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THE PACIFIC C0MMEBC1AL ADVERT! &EB : HONOLULU, DECEMBER &, UrfW,
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THE PACIFIC .
; Commercial Advertiser
. Catered at the Fostofflce at Honolulu,
H. T.t Second-class Matter.
Issued Every Morning Except
Sunday, by the
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY.
Von Holt Block, Kin Street.
A. W. PEARSON,
.. Business Manager.
H 0
TIME TABLE.
1:221101
IFrca and attrr Jan. 1. 1900
OUTWARD.
Daily Dally Dally Dally Dally
dUtloa. ex. ex.
Sun. Bun.
a. to. a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m.
Hmtliilu.. 7:10 116 S:15
Pwrl City 8:03 :4S 11:40
WW MUl.. 133 10:08 12:00
Wataaae. . . 100
Walataa... . 116
Kaaoku 12:82
8:47
4:06
4:45
5:40
:15
8:10
6:30
COS
VITAL STATISTICS.
Health of Honolulu as Disclosed by
the Figures.
: The following are the vital statistics
for the month ending November 3, as
reported by the Board of Health:
Deaths in. Honolulu for .November
were S3. JI tnese si, or neariy, ui-
fourth, were of children under live
years of age. From 50 to over .0 there
died 23. By nationalities the moriamj
was; llawaiians, 45; Chinese, 8; Por
tuguese, 8; Japanese, 20; British. 3.; U.
S. A., 1, and others, 1.
The monthly death rate per thousand
was: . Mawauans, mi; xnuiese, .w,
Japanese, 2.C6; Portuguese, 1.4d; aii
others, 1. These are on an estimaieu
census of 44,500.
Eleven non-residents died here. Post
mortem examinations were 8; deaths
investigated, 11; inquests, 7; still
reported were 29, and
INWARD.
Dally Dally Dally Dally
Stations.
ex.
Sun.
a.m.
Kakoku . ......
Wetahui .
Walaaae .
Eva Mill .
Pearl City
BaMlolu
O. T. DENISON,
, Superintendent-
e
80
:15
840
ex.
Sun.
am. p.m. p.m.
6:35 .... 2:08
8:10 .... 2:M
7:10 .... 8:65
7:45 1:06 432
8:08 1:30 4 2
835 2:06 IM
P. C. SMITH. .
G. P. & T. A.
" METEOROLOGICAL RECORD
Of the Government Surveys, Published
Every Monday.
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BkroBtUr corrected to 82 F. and
Irvd, and for standard gravity of LaU 45.
Tats eorreouon is .to xor xienviuju.
births, 5.
Marriages
births, 35.
Causes of death are thus summar
izod: Febrile. 9: diarrhoeal, 6; venereal,
1: sntie. 1: dietetic. 7; constitutional,
0: developmental, ; nervous, i. nreu
latory. 10; respiratory, 8; digestive, J;
urinary. 6; accident and violence,
The city sanitary inspector approved
34 building permits, made recommenda
tions on Chinatown lots, located is
cesspools, made 235 Inspections and no
court prosecutions.
The sanitary inspector reported 1,045
nuisances and abated 682 thereof, filed
10 complaints and made 1,60 lnspec
tlons.
The city physician visited 191 . pa
tients, treated 1,205 at office, Bent 6
hospital and filled 595 prescriptions.
The food commissioner tested 65
samples of milk and 5 of food, made 2
prosecutions and 7 chemical analyses,
detecting 2 adulterations,
The bacteriologist made 144 micro
cornea! examinations and 22 cultures.
The plumbing Inspector filed 8 plans,
made 224 inspections, issued 78 permits
and 89 final certificates,
The trarbaee department pumped 1"3
cesspools, removed 578 loads of gar
bage, sent 114 scowloads to sea ana re
moved 4 dead animals.
The meat and fish inspectors exam
ined 2,702 animals, condemned 2 car
casses, destroyed 2 tubercular cattle,
detected fluke In 163 livers, examln.ia
192,958 fish and condemned 5,346 of them
TIDES, SUN AND MOON.
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6.50l 3 0l 6 .15' It . li'
1 81 J !l m.
1.18 6 26 5 '8
1 v7 la1
7.:
8 5"
' Pull moon on the 6th at 0:3 a. Q.
Oeoaetlc Surrey tables:
The tides at Kanuiui and Hilo occur
abovt one hour earlier than at Honolulu.
Hawaiian standard time is 10 hours 20
sateutes slower than Greenwich time, be
tas last of the meridian of 157 degrees 30
selaatee. The time whistle blows at 1:30
v. au. which Is the same as Greenwich,
ttows minutes. 8un and moon are for
fecal time for the whole group.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Honolulu, December
SAME OF STOCK.
, Brewer A Co.....:.
SD8AB.
Ewft
Hamoa ... . . -
iUw Aencuuuial Co
daw. Com. A But;. Co.
H iwdtiiin Sugar Co.
Honomu
Honokaa ...
Haiku.
Eahaku
tCmo lo dag. vo. Lt.a
raia ud
Klhel Plan. CvLt. a
" raid up
Elpabulu.
K. ..oa
Kona Sugar Oo.
Capital
Maunalel 8. Co., Am
" Paidip
McBryde 8. Co.Lt. A 4
Paid up i
Nahiku Hogar Co. A j
" Paid up
Oatau Sugar Co.
Onomct.
Ookala.
Olaa 8ngar Co. LtAs j
" Paid up
oinwalu.
Paauhau Sag. Plan. Co
faciao .,
Pal
Pepeefceo.
Pioneer
witia Agr. Co.
VTalanae
Wailuku . .
tVaimanalo
wainiea
1,060,000
,000,000
170,000
1,000,000
2,812,7J
2,000,(MXI
75X000
2,0110,000
. 500,000
600,000
225)00
,250,000
1,050,000
1,500,000
160.000
800,000
500,000
406.000
100,000
832,500
1,650,000
8,600,000
1,000,000
600,000
812,500
2,600,000
150,000
6,800,000
800,000
750,000
750,000
2,000,000
4,500,000
800,000
700,000
252,000
126,000
STXAlCSRir COS.
Wilder 8. 8. Co
Inter-Island & & Co
MiacsLLAiraoce
Hawaiian Elect. ic uo.
Haw. Electric Aisesa
Hon. Bp. Tr. A Ld. Co.
Hon. eieam taunary.
Mutual Telephone Co.
Makeha CofCo.Pdup
O.K.AU (JO
People's Ice A Bef . Co
Borae '
Haw. Govt. 6 per cent
Haw. Govt. 6 oer cent
Haw. Govt. Postal Sa
ri nr 4U per cent..
Hilo K. R. Co. 6 per ct.
swa rianiauon e p c,
O.K.AU Co ,
Oahn Plant, 6 p.
OlaaPUnt. p. e....,
600,000
600,000
250,000
12,600
25Q;000
25,000
189,000
40,000
2,000,000
160.000
r Ikffiair-finmllShijfiGl:
Val Bidjed . : l - ' .- '
too .... IF YOU WISH YOUR .
hoot i I . K .., f
look..-..!-. ' : -
1 OO . Ann 8V
: :: . I III I
, ,Q- 12K - - w .
L52 i.- .J :
t.... At ft fair market price, list it with usu
We can sell it for you if it Is saleable
"g"jo an4 reasonably priced. ,
18 14
20 !K"!
109 Ml 166
' 1
20 .... ISU
4 M'CLELULN, PONI 6 CO..
io8 is6
60 Telephone Main 69. Judd Building.
100 1 . 1.
ii I Business men
'i 'Z can save
i many hours
:z;;;;; )IP r
100 ...:.!.. riHIS! U II
loiui 102 . r
J.-....J 1011
Oceanic Steamship Co
TIME TABLE:
The fine Passenger Steamers of thin line will arrive
MM
r v
and iv.
hereunder:
i-rom 5an prancisco. cor c-n Cm
..... ..... ...... Ill , r . Ji 1 . A M lT t
DEC 1 ALAMEDA
190L
...AN. 2 ZEALANDIA
.....JJVXM. 9
thu
MARIPOSA
ncisco.
e e e
ZEALAN1MA
SONOMA ....
ALAMEDA
SIERRA ..
ALAMEDA
VENTURA
ALAMEDA
SONOMA
A1I 19
'....JAN. 2
.. FEB. 9
19
..MARCH 2
..MARCH 12
eee
SIERRA
ALAMEDA
MARIPOSA
ALAMEDA
SONOMA ..
ALAMEDA ,
SIERRA ...
ALAMEDA
VENTURA
dec.
01
Jan? i
i
JAN. H
JAx.a
-MARcS1;
-March
W'Ra. j
.
In connecUon with the sailing of the above Bteamr
Pared to issue, to intending passengers. Coupon ThrS t w
road, nrem Ban Francisco, to all Doints in
York by any steamship line to all European Tports. W"' &n4
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLT TO
Vv M. U. 1KW1N & Co
' limited
General Agents Oceanic S. S Co
tt AMnxrr ttpin smviT. rta-
TION. Dc. 4. 10 n m Weather, clear: I to
wind. calm. .
Filth. From the Orpheum.
People living in the vicinity of the
Orpheum alley are complaining of Ks
condition. They say that the barre1
from the saloon, and rubbish cf every
description have been piled in the alley
until it is next to impossible to pasa in
or out. And they do not say pleasant
things about the odors. The hottl peo
ple tell a different story and intimate
that pedestrians trespass there and
hint that they had better keep out and
mind their own business. The matter
may Be taken to the courts for relief.
. .
SHIPPING NOTES.
The American ship Kennebec moved
into the stream yesterday, where she
now lies at anchor awaiting a crew.
The tramp steamship Aztec, on the
way to Manila with supplies, is now
due to arrive here, t
The schooner Jennie WjyiV whlcli ar
rived from Eureka yesterday," was 34
days on the trip. The trip of the bark
entine Amelia from . the Sound to
Eleele occupied 45 days. The Amelia
arrived at Eleele on Monday.'
A ship was reported off Koko Head
at 12:50 yesterday afternoon. It was
supposed at first to be the .Iroquois
from Seattle. The Fearless went out
the vessel and found she was the
British ship Ivy, Captain HaUsted, on
her way to China from ' Seattle. The
Ivy has called here for water. Her
main tank burst several days ago and
if the vessel had kept on her Journey
I nhe would hav been in sore straits for
Session Sales Morning Session
Twenty-five Oahu, 8165; 25 Ewa. 828.
Afternoon Session Sixty-five Waialua,
8117.50; 10 Ewa, S28.
Between Boards Fifty-six Walluku,
2370; 150 Pioneer $150.
Accross the Continent
From
SAN FRANCISCO-PORTLAND
THREE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO
TWO TRAINS DAILY
From. Portland.- . .
Classified Advertisements.'
WANTED.
FIRST-CLASS carpenters. -Apply at
once at Hackfeld bldg. Fred Harri
son, Contractor. ... 6720
Of li Dais io cmcoao
ton lo
(u
YOUNO man, European, well educated.
good position; 8100 a month, age 26,
good looking, wishes to make ac
quaintance with refined young lady
between 18 and 28 years of age; photo
desired in first letter; will be ex-
. . V. r. .1 All MAnltn AlMAnn
to No.5318 R. 'at Hawan GazeUe lLA
Company, Honolulu. 6720
Pullman Palace Sleepers.
Buffet Smoking and Library Cars, with
Barber shops and Pleasant Read
ing Rooms.
Dining Cars, Meals a la Carte.
Free Reclining Chair Cars.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
LADY stenographer, with some knowl
edge of bookkeeping; work light. Ad
dress P. O. box 856 or call at room .
BreweK bldg.", Queen St. " 5719
135 Third St., Portland, Cre,
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent.
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco,
" " . ; Cal.,
Or E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
Omaha, Nebraska.
CANVASSERS for a eood sellm'g ar
ticle good money made. Apply Art
Store In Territorial Stable building.
671 ".'
3QuHie fAajt Steamship Company.
Occidental & Oriental S. S. Co,
and Toyo Kisen Kaisha.
For San Franciwo.
COPTIC
AMERICA MAF.U
PEKING
GAELIC .:
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honaini nanA i .v.
on or about the dates below mentioned: '
For Japan and China.
- ... - "'. ;
DORIC DEC I
NIPPON MARU DEC. 11
RIO DE JANEIRO DEC 21
COPTIC ..........DEC. 29
AMERICA MARU .. ..... .....JAN. I
PEKING- ..JAN. 15
GAELIC...;... ; ....JAN. 23
HONGKONG MARU JAN. 21
CHDNA ..... .i.. .......FEB. 8
DORIC ..;.t... .........FEB. 11
NIPPON MARU ....... FEB. 26
RIO DE JANEIRO ...MARCH 6
JTC.
Man
.....DBC.1
... Jiv
MONGKONG MARU JAN jj
ESmc. :::::::: gig
NIPPON MARU m
RIO DE JANEIRO nan
Coptic
AMERICA MARU MARCH 1
ICS
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FOR GENERAL DEFORMATION, APPLY TO
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
CONSTANT
this office.
nurse girl.
Apply S. Nl,
. 5718
ARRIVED AT HONOLULU.
Tuesday, December .
Stmr. W. G. Hall,' Thompson, from
T.Mh!na TtTnn a anil Toil
Schr. Jennie Wand, Christiansen, ' fresh water. The Ivy lies outside the
from Eureka, October 31, with lumber.
Stmr. Kauai; Bruhn,from Eleele.
SAILED
FROM HONOLULU.
Tuesday, December 4.
Stmr, KlnaU, Parker, for Hilo and
Way ports.
Suar. ClaUdine, for Kahului and .way
purls.
Stmr.' Lhua, Bennett, f.ir Molokal
ports and Lahaina.
Stmr. Mlkahala. Pedersen, for Ja
wiliwili. Hanamaulu, EletleV Koloa,
Ahuklnl,' Hanapepe,- Makaweirj arid
Watmea. , - i -. , v ...
Uas. schr.' Surprise, .Nystrom, for Ka
uai prints.
, :v ' r-
i ' DUE TODAY. '
O. 4e O. 8. S.' Doric, from San Fra'n-.
Usco, November 28.
ELEELE.
December 3,
Arrived. December 3. bkt. Amelia.
Wilier, from Tacoma, October 19, with
lunMtqr,
TABLE' board wanted by two gentle
men; good plain . cooking; location
within reasonable distance of busi
ness centeiu Address "D. S" this
office. . 5714
A SALESLADY; one who is competent
to handle underwear and - fancy
goods. Address P. O. Box 87, City.
. 5714
WM.R. CASILE,gJR.i
Real Estate
Agent
MERCHANT STREET, OPPOSITE
POSTOFFICE. , . . ,
A NATIVE boy to learn dry Roods
trade. Apply to B. F. Ehlers '& Co.
- 6717
harbor and . will receive , a supply of
water this morning.
Captain Lewis of the ship Kennebec
is having a hard time in securing a
crew. The Union men are demanding
$50 for the trip to the Sound.
As soon as . the necessarv authoritv
has been received from Washington 11 Y a JaPanese yard boy; can give good grounds.
me new iumigating plant for the
POSITION WANTED.
FOR SALE.
-- 1 ...
AT PUNAHOU Two fine lots, 60 x
200, fronting on rapid transit, one block
from tramways, opposite Oahu College
Canadian-Australian Royal A
Steamship Company.
Steamers of the above line, runninst In 'connection with the CANADIA
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, B. O, and Sidney,
8. W., and calling at Victoria, B. C. Honolulu, and Brisbane, an
3Z)-ue at SLor-clvLlvL.
" On or about the dates below stated, vis.:
FROM VANCOUYKK AND VICTORIA B.C., . FROM SYDNEY, BR18BA9I(b4
For Brisbane. Q., and Sydney: ; For Victoria and Vancouver, B. Cj
WARRIMOO ..... DEC. 22 MIOWERA Vf
MTflWKRA JAN. 19 I inn A MOT JAN.
AORANGI ...FEB. 16 WARRIMOO
WARRIMOO MARCH 16.JIOWERA MARCH 11
MIOWERA APRIL IS A.ORANGI tf.
LAI 1
eral Quarantine station here will be In
stalled on the Channel wEarf.
J. J. Harvey Is circulating a Subscrip
tion list among shipping men for the
urnrai oi j. j. jriouiaer,- who was so
badly hurt the other day at Kauna-
kakal. ' ' . .
; The Doric, due "from San Francisco
this morning, will bring six days' later
news ana man.
references; speaks English.
Yard Boy, this office.
Addres3
5719
AUUAnui ;.. bai ii wakkiuuu - :
WARRIMOO JUNE 8 MIOWERA '
PASSENGERS. - " - j
. Arrived. .
From Lahaina, Kona and Xau, per
stmr. W. tl. Hall, December 4. Mrs. N.
laukea, -George . Campbell.. Mr. . Berlo
wlts,Mr. Ontal, L. C. Akona, W. A.
Wall, N, F. Akana, Mr. Overend, Judge
Wilder; A. Neeley, Ah Pa and wife, W.
C. Achl, R. Dallet, E. C. Winston, J.
ucGulre, Dr. Atcherley, Mrs. Dorward
and n, C. B. Wells, George Thirlen,
Miss Harselden. Miss Northcn, C. B;
Olscn. Itev. Ault. Rev. O. N. Kolopa
pele. 58 deck passengers.
Frbm Eleele, per stmr. Kauai, De
cember 4. W. A. Kinney, wife and
child; Mr. Kay, J. F. Johnson, E. R.
Hart, Mrs. Nichols, 66 deck passengers.
Departed. -
For Hilo and 'way ports, per stmr.
NOTICE FOR CHALLENGE CUP.
WILL THE PERSON OR PERSONS I
who hold the Rosita Challenge Cup turn
ii over io the secretary of the Hawaii
an jockey Club. P. R. ISENBERG,
540 Secretary.
NOTICE.
TO ALL WIIOM.IT MAY CONCERN
aiy wife having left my home without
my consent, I hereby warn all persons
I will not be responsible for any debts
he may contract.1 . .
5720 GEORGE HARRISON.
LADY desires position as housekeeper,
or to take charge of lodsrine and
- hoarding house. Address "Al this
office, - . . . 5714
- FOR SALE.
NICE line of household and kitchen fur
niture; must be sold before Decem
ber 15, Call or address Mrs. A.
Toogood, Miller St., Honolulu. 5719
A GOOD bicycle, for $20. Call at Wash
ington Light Co., Masonic Bldg, 5719
NICE home on Maklki street., well
planted with bearing fruit trees. Size
of lot, 117 x 150, with cottage, stable,
etc. Price reasonable; easy terms.
See J. H. CummUags on premises, 403
Maklki street. 5717
BICYCLE for sale cheap; ' new tires
and in good condition. Address "J.
' P. H.,w Advertiser. 5717
Price only 21,800. Part cash and the
rest in installments.
FOR RENT
?-. . . . . . . - 1 .
Five-room cottage; same location.
Only $30 per month. r , ;
CHAS. BREWER 6 CO.'S
New York
Line
FOR LEASE.
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS A
Ii.se for a term of years of that very
dsirable parcel of land situate on the
Corner of Hotel and TtirYiaria utrant
Klnau. December 4. Arthur Aklna, Li f recently, occupied by the Fashion Sta
Cheung. John Cullen. W. II. Cornw il, bles Company. Possession may be glv
Mlss Mary Jamleaon, M. D. Hodgf; J.'en on the first day of January next.
M. Kaneahua, M. Pfotenhauer, '. For further particulars, apply to
llauck, J. W. Kalua, E. da Sllva. .. JO partfh
K. Hutchinson, x . Ahtna, Ahiai, Attorney-in-Fact for Mrs. Marv
FINE palms, ferns and violets. At
1104 King street, above Victoria. 6715
Bark NUUANU wili sail from NEW
YORK for HONOLULU, on or about
December 10, r 1900.
For freight ratea-japply to '
CtfAS. BREWER & CO
n fcilby BU Boston,
OR
C, BREWER &: CO., LTD.
Honolulu.
UKST-CLASS saddle horses. Capt. A.
a. -ox. - 57io
FOR RENT.
NEW cottage, cheap to right tenant;
six rooms, mosquito proof; - all mod
ern conveniences. Enquire at Tri
angle Store, opposite Castle Kinder
garten; Tel. 3091 White. ' 6720
OFFICES TO LET,
eU,
Brown.
I.
5719
r.'o Kee, Miss Helen Kama, ansa
K. Brown. A. J. Watt and' wife.
Tilaek and wife. W. H. C. Campbel
T, S. Kay, Chang Klne, xl. cannon.
C. L. Hopkins. H. Cowen, W. E. Rea-
vis. A. L. Young. A. Weill, s. rua
and wife. H. R. Meyer and wife, E. A. I HUNTING. SHOOTING, OR THE
Fraser and wife. J. M. Oat, H. J. Ly- carrying of firearms on any of thelands
NOTICE.
man. K. N. KonKoisay, .m. vmn,
Frank Wood and wife. W. A. Robln
aon. W. Averdam, C. A. Graham, Cap
tain Soule. J. W. Cathcart, C. A.
Doyle,. Miss Helen Gardner.
'.
Th prompt nse of the famous old
.7eese Moor AA Whiskey with qui
'tdn at bed-time will almost lnvar
.fablj break up the severest cold. Love
Joy 6 Co., Honolulu, sell It
.
owned or leased by the Dowsett Com
pany, Ltd., is absolutely forbidden.
Tresspassers will be prosecuted to the
full extent of the law.
B. F. DILLINGHAM.
6709 Manager.
NOTICE.
T.AU YIN AND LAU TONG give no-tl'-?
that they have been legally ap-p-
inted attorneys io fact for Lau Lam
of Hongkong, heir of the late Lau
Chong, and that they have a full power
Issued at
xrr rrwM. an aired Hawaiian worn
n wno wk iiciu ' "-, - r,r .tnrnv thi rrt
police station, was seni o "1V",D" ViokonV
Asylum yesterday afternoon she had Hongkong.
.... i ft-nm the lnstltu-1 luAU
DTCO UUl VII CT. n X ATT
YIN.
TONG.
FURNISHED and unfurnished 1 cot
tages and rooms; three minutes walk
from Tram at old Walklki, on beach;
sea bathing. Enquire Robert Col
lins. 28 North King St. 5719
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN.
FOX terrier dog,-from Maklki district;
name or undersigned on collar. ' Re
ward will be paid and no questions
asked If information leading to the
recovery of the dog is left at resi
dence, cor. Keeaumoku and Domlnls
Sts. W. M. Giffard. 6720
THE TRUSTEES UNDER THE
will of the late James Campbell invite
the attention of persons desiring office
accommodation to the plans for twenty
offices now being arranged in the
'Campbell block, having an entrance on
both Fort and Merchant streets.
These offices will be light, well ven
tilated, and will be ready for occupa
tlon on or about February 1st next,
Terms moderate.
For further particulars, please apply
to
CECIL BROWN, or
- J. O. CARTER. ' Trustees,
Honolulu, November 8. 1900. 6698
THE MELROSE, King Street
""a,,j a-uu rooms;, au modern com-,
forts: electric lights; mosquito proof;
a quiet, refined home. King street cars
pass me aoor. .trices mode -ate. Tele
phone 3081 Bide.
- NOTICE V
THE ONLY PERSONS HAVING
authority to make collections for the
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd., are
those wearing- the Hawaiian Electric
Co.. Ltd., badge, marked collectors
Nos. 8, 9 and 10.
THE HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO
LTD. 5719
Book and Job work In ta highest art
executed at short notice, at the GA
ZETTE office.
NOTICE.
DR. J. H. RAYMOND HAS RESUM
ed practice at the residence now occu
pied by Dr. W. J. Galbralth. Office
hours. 19 to 12 only. Office telephone,
Z04; residence telephone, Blue 394.
The magnificent new service, the "Imperial Limited." is now runntaf fl&
BETWEEN VANCOUVER and MONTREAL.
Making the run in 100 hours without change. . The finest railway terr
the world. , .
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada. United Statet m
rope. . .-.v ' . .
- For Freight and Passage and all general Information, apply to
Theo. B. WesTCo", Ltd, Gen'l Agtt
ih
Direct Service Between New York,
Pacific Coast and Hawaiian Islands
via San
Fnuieli
S. 3. AMERICAN has left New York for this port
Tacoma, Seattle and Nanalmo,on October 30th. n nr befor lKSr
T . . . ... j. . TConr York OH Or l1"' lull
. SS. HAWAJ1A Will IW Ulpw;ucu mute to tww
ber 30th for San Francisco, Puget Sound and Nanalmo, en rouv
irroio-ht rivp nt Onmnanv's wharf. Forty-second sireew o
lyn, at all times.
For further particulars, apply to
H HACKFELD & CO.,
LTD.
A6ENTS. HONOLTjm
ASK YOUR DEALER FOB
AxleCreasel
For Sale.
Twenty lots In Kallhl. from $760 to
$1,000 each.
A four-inch water main runs along
the street facing these lota.
For particulars and pbins, see
' JESSE P. MAKADMAI,
1760 At W. C Achi & Co's Office tc, solicited.
III Ullll
OF SAN FBAKCISCO.
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