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THE FACiKlU COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, MAY 26, ooa.
8 Canadian-Australian Royal Mail -Steamship Company t!tnra of t ftVv line runnings In connection wltk the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY IT between Vancouver. B. C. and Sydney. . . W- and ealMnf at Victoria. B. . Honolulu, and Brisbane. Q.. are er aaxut the dt Vriow stated. Tlx.: Fr-exa Sydney sad Brteen. fir Tic- From Victoria and Vancouver. B. C. tori and Vaacavver. B. C: for Brisbane and Sydney: AORANGI CM 4 MK.WBRA JUNE 7 MOAN A JULY t AOBANit JLLY M1UWRA JULY W MOAN A ALO. J THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser Kn'tred at the Poto(Bcs at Honolulu, H. T., Becond-ciajs Matter. sued Beery Moraine Except Sunday by the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY. Von Holt Block No. ft South Kins; St. V. W. Ufa WON Butne Vituttr SUiMJORIPTION RATES: ""or the United States (Including Hawaii Territory): t mouths o oo months 4 os 1 year OS CHILDREN'S EXERCISES HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE- Honolulu. May 24. IMS. name of sto k Mkrcantiix Capital iVal -tr ' C Brewer A Co N. 6. Sachs Dry Goods! CO.. Ltd I ! L. B. Kerr Co., Ltd... .; 1.000.000 60.000 J-JO.0U0 Bid Eugab All trending passengers per R. M S Aorangi. due to sail for Vancouver sss Jun- I t-r It M. 8 M low era. due to ull for the colonies on Jun7tn Met report at the office of T. H. Da v Irs Co. Ltd. not later than Tuesday. rth Imm M . . - Mi.mors now rail at Ruva, inn. oa o-.-n up saws ssswsi TTfee winter ervWre le now running dally BETWEEN VAsewUVKR the run witnout cnange. ine nnm ! INL MQNTRF.AU la th Through For fright Theo. H, from Honolulu to Canada, United States and Eu and all general Information, apply to Davies & Cornpaay, Ltd. OKNKRAL AOKN TS. RAILWAY & LAND CO. TIME TABLE, From and after Jun. 1, 1901. OUTWARD. Dally Dally Dally Dally Dally Stations. ex. ex. Sun. Sun. a.m. p.m. p Children's day at Central Union church drew to that edifice yesterday a I congregation which filled it to the ut- Ewa. ...... ........ s.ooo.000 j Haw. Agricultural ro. i.ooo.OOO most, and the service was one whien . klmw Com. A Sug. Co 32.o was full of beauty and brightness ll.i. -ugarCo .. Honomu . Flowers contributed to the decorative Houokaa effects of the church Itself and were r.kJL""' used liberally In the adornment of the S;0-Co" L'd; little ones who took part in the pro- EU Ai'Vi. I McBryde Sug Co. L'd pram of the service. Oahu Sugar Co Roses, carnations and foliage were ff11 used In the setting- of the picture which olaa sugar Co. As.. . . .... . , . Olaa raid Cp. S'SS rurn;snea oy. me inienur 01 me o.owalu 2.000,000 70,000 2.000.000 100 i. 100 50 20 100 100 jo 2eS 2 UU ZT0 Halstead&Co.,Ud. STOCK AND BOND BROKERS Money Advanced on Sugar Securities. 100 1 ft 13 to 500 0t 100 5"'.a 2.500.000 church, and upon the platform and in Oceanic Steamship Co i Honolulu Pearl City Ewa Mill Walanae Walalua . Kahuku . MattM the choir loft there were used an paatfle atundance of the blossoms in the sym-' ri faaubau Sugar Plan tation i o 7:V ff'JS 8.-4 8:48 ttO 10:08 .... 10:50 .... 11 M .... UM UM 8 18 U 40 I 46 11:00 4 06 lit 6 c40 :li S-Mibollsm of the parts taken and by the pf,"0.;; 53 :10 INWARD. DaUy Dally Dally Dally s a. stsaxaars of this Has will arrive and leave this port as aarswadsr: FOR SAM FRAM CISCO: may rr ALAMEDA JINK II OMOMA J;.N" " ALAMBDA JULY I BMTUBA -JHM J J LAMBDA JULY XX ALAMEDA AUO. IS BOMOMA AUO. It FROM SAM FaAN'rCO P .p. Kahuku Walalua Walanae Ewa Mill Pearl City Honolulu . . . .. . P. DEN I SON. F. C. SMITH. 8uperlnt.nd. nt O. P. T. A. 5:50 8:18 6 JO Sun. IS c io 7:10 7. 48 8:08 p.m. p.m. .... 2 .08 .... 280 .... .SCi 1:88 iJO i-ss asi tM IM iners. The service was almost entirely Whialua Ajrr. Co. .. musical, there being an augmented r- chestra. to the regular one there being wiSea10' MEAMSHIP CO'S 180.000 i 100 j.. 300.000 ' 100 . 20 ; au j wi! ... 921 Fort Street Tel. Main 188. THE ONLY DIRECT UK T J ).vw ju j ).000 9 s.ooo ' SS: S .ooo ' ao i in if 2.500.000 S.fiOO. 00 ! 100 l.ooo.ooo ; jo 50i' HUN 20" 150 000 IW . i 5.OOO.OOO; 80 AO '.000 I 100 . 750.000 : 100 . 7A".(XO 100 . Olfl 100 4.500.000 j 1"0 82S' 67 170 75 METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. VENTURA MAY 38 ALAMEDA JUNE SIERRA JUNE 18 Io- ha Oorrrnmfnt Survfv PnMl.Ki fT k 77 I . added six violins, which made the num bers teo with an added swing. The choruses were sung by a company off wilder s. s. Co :phty students from the junior depart ment of the Bible school. Another fea ture was the presentation of thr.e in fants for baptism, and the s.-.vie was Haw'u Electric Co made one of beauty by reason of the ' JJon. R. J A L Co J .1 I . ... III. aeruraiicuis uikui inc , ; i The exercises were inaugurated by the singing of the processional "Hark to the Sound of Voices" by the Bible Haw Qovi Sp.c srnooi. iitnoweu oy ine nymn tmwara, Hilo k. k. Co. 6 p c, f'hrlntian Soldiers." and after r.raver hv Hon R. T A L Co. 700.000 100 M&jflOD 100 125.000 . IM Iuter-Island S. S. Co..- MlscKLLaMBors O. R. A L Co. Bonds . v. i - u ...mi i ... . ci iiu. . i. v. .i ji" 'iici . u Kira Urn fin r I.......... ALAMEDA JUNE 17 BOMOMA JULY ALAMEDA JULY 18 VKNT'TRA JULY ALAMEDA AUG. 8 Every Monday. J with the aa.hr. a- of t h- above steamers. Vbs Agents srs PTS- Ss Maws, to rntendtng passengers. Coupon Through Tickets by any ft pan Baa Francisco to all points in irio tnuea mate, ana irum Totm by aay stoasnsaop una to all European porta. S s M T ar T r rasaa . - - 3 5 17 SO 10 S9.0S Mgaosssou en itaomM & VMM tm 73' 31 89 OS 80 OS 77 83 80 0s X4 . OS 73 a w.iu so os ti LJ I L u a 04 70 1 00 I nm i 9173 8 CO 7 1 S 04 62 I 3 a. i MS SB r 3 s-o s-i 8 4 4 Barometer corrected to 83 F. and asa level, and for standard xravlty of LaL a. This correction Is .06 for Honolulu. TIDES. SUM AMD MOON. FOB FURTHER PARTICULARS. APPLY TO WM. G. IRWIN & CO. LIMITED. Gbirl Aokbts ()c4Xio 8. 8. Co. p. c a Fi n rt reading led to the baptism, when Mr. t O. R A L. Co... and Mrs. Philip Savary. Mr. and Mrs. SJhaJ?.1' 6 P- F. C. Allen and Mr. and Mrs. George waiAlua Ax. Co 6 p.' c B. McClellan presented their babes for ' the administration of the sacrament, la accord with the ceremonial the choir; and congregation sang1 to a soft ac companiment. "When He Cometh to! Make Up His Jewels." and Miss Alice Woods rendered as the offertory Schu-! man's "Slumber Song." on the violin, i Misses Hazel Halstead. Haxel Gear, j Helen Peterson. Eleanor Castle, Olive! Day. Juliette Atwater and Helen Strington. each representing a letter of the word "Welcome." made the con gregation feel at home, and Immediate ly following the song "The Children's' Friend" was sung. Fiowers and Stars" was recited bv iuu - son non - ion 106 500.000' .00 ! ... i 250,000 1 100 . .... 95 250.000 i 100 : S9.000 10 3.000,000 100 '. K... Ciassifica Advertisements. WANTED. FIRST class skirt and waist hands; also improvers. 550 Beretania street, 6171 FOR RENT. A FURNISHED bungalow sa Tanta lus by the month. Sanitary plumb ing, ideal location. P. O. Box 344. 6170 TO DENVER, KANSAS CITY, ST. LOUIS, OMAHA, ST. PAUL, CHICAGO, AND Alt Principal Eastern Points Three Trains Daily from SAN FRANCISCO, Two Trains Daily from PORTLAND. THE QUICKEST TTMX BY MAJKB HOURS. UNION PACIFIC TRAINS ARB PALACES ON New and Modern Equipment. Double Drawing Room Pa last era. l Lv Jidsr-'-J-i-L: Mo Pacific Mai! Steamship Co. Occidental & Oriental S. S. Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha. I. 1 7 8 30 I OS II I 5.1b 8 86 10 (M Ml Yass v ! 7 n 1.8. 7 a. l n . . . 5 i bj 10 mk mm 1 s.ss 111 hi 7 l-.Ji mm. '-J I I II til Thur. Ktl 1 8 10 . 8 28 a ft JB a m PrUL.80, 18. Itl V 4 M II AjfStS 0.11 a. in 1 p.nt Sst... St II 50 1.8 8 4 58 8 BJf 1? fi SS 0 50 i in u, I I I2.S1 18 . I S S4 7 OS 8 17 S 1 ti a m i house at Haiku. Maui, for rent fur nished. for summer: 7 bedrooms, I Ordinary Sleeping Cars. roomy Ianai; abundant water, fruit Dining Cars, Meals a la earta. and shade trees, etc. Apply to C. H Dickey. 6169 D. W. HITCHCOCK, O L. 1 Montgomery BL, San Francises. OB BOsaiini of the above companies will call at Honolulu and leave os or about th dates b- low me ntluned: this FOR CHINA AND JAPAN: niu FOR SAN FRANCISCO: 0 M -.0 i 7 6 5 2 I i Last quarter of the moon. 1:30 Friday morning. Tmiea of the tide are taken from the United 8:ihi Coast and Geodetic Sur vey tables. The tides st Kahulul and HUo occur about one hour earlier than at Honolulu. Hawaiian standard time Is 10 hours SO minute slower than Oreenwlcb time, be ing that of the meridian of 157 degrees SO minutes. The time whistle blows at 140 p. m., wnicn Is the same as Greenwich. 0 Dr. C. B. Cooper on Alakea. contain ing 7 rooms, kitchen, bath and ianai. All modern conveniences. Apply on premises. ci"9 COTTAGE In Pa lama, near Rapid Transit Line. Apply to C. F. Peter son. 15 Kaahumanu street. 6155 FOR SALE! fJOFTir JI NK 3 I'KKIXO UMBRR'A M A Rt JINK II GAELIC PEKING JI NK 1 llnNHKONO MARU MAY 24 AMERICA MARU MAY 201 hours 0 minutes. Sun and moon are for r" es cloi8ed w,t singing:. Miss Ki-hards. after which the chll- DURINQ summer The Beckwith Buffet Smoking and Library Cars. mi - . n ah aa a o r a-i a iii pus a t w abb An i w I h-vx-la -t xx tn'no i 'naiai a 'at wm Oren or the nrim rv rion:irfmDnt Bono . " . luam, mi """"6 "Fly. Little Birds." "Thoughts From the Flowers" was renderetl by Misses Dora Atwater. Edna Henry. Carrie Mc-I.-an. Fanny Honw, Ethel Ludwiirsen. Florem Gurrey. JeiBgls Kennedy ami THE desirable downtown residence of Hilda Davey. a song. "Swell the Song With Gladness." by the school, and a responsive reading led to the recita tion. "Hos.'s and Lilies." by Misses Vera Damon and Justine McClanahan. .ind Misses Irma Ballentyne and Agnes i Smith. The young ladies were deco-1 rated to represent the flowers for which th'-y spoke. Logan Scroggy, Leister Alarx. Ralph Walker. Victor Jacob-y-n. G.-orjre Keister. Albert Lucas. Archie Sinclair, William Lowrey and Frederick vFJchzoaa gave an exercise, "Gofl Is Love." and Miss Loula Schwltar-r recited "Three Roses." The Rev. W. M. Kincaid spoke to the theme, "The Garden of Life.' giving to the te k hers some good advice and showing them how their work was to lead the young to the better life which omes with true development. The ex- OA ELI' HONGKONG MARC CHINA DORIC NIPPON MAUL' FKRC ACQ JUNK 28 ' ' IIINA JUNE 21 ..MAY 281 local time for the whole xroup. .JUNK 7 .JUNK 13 irtr AiiU WAVt. . COTTAGES, furnished or unfurnished. For particulars apply to E. C. Smith, Peninsula, or H. Waterhouse, Hono lulu. 6134 0PPICES F0K RENT. IN BREWER building. Queen street on reasonable terms. Apply to C. Brewer & Co., Ltd. FOR SALE. GASOLINE engine, 44 horse-power. In excellent condition. Apply to ML L. Smith. Telephone White 2321. Or I Castle & Lansdale, Main 70, Stangen wald building. 6177 ....JULY & i iKii: ....JULY li N I I't't N MARU JULY 23 PERU . .... 10 .- mm i . . . JUNK 28 JULY 8 1'IAJK'ND HKA1 SIGNAL ST A JULY l r !. M iy 2... 10 p. m. Weather JULY 25li'Ud. wind frsh northeast. Al BusIdcss Property i Warehouse 40x90 ) 80x90 Empty lot adjoiu- 80x90 ( ing, 40x90 ) Within esy reach of wharves and down town business houses. $5,000 may remain on mortgage. COPTIC AIM H AMERICA MARU AUO. 22 AMERICA MARU AUG. 2 FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE on Waikiki Road. All modern improvements. Rapid Transit will pass door. Apply to c. H. Dickey. 6173 I'KKIXO AUO. U t . I 1 0 A XJ 20 I H i.NliKOXO MAIM AUG. H For STrcral Information apply to P. M. S. 8. Co. li. llarkfrld & Co., Llil WEATHER BUREAU. Honolulu. Alexander St., May 25. Mean temperature 74.3. Minimum temperature 70. Maximum temperature 78. Barometer at 9 p. m. 30.08. steady. Rainfall. 24 hours up to 9 a. m. .04. Mean dew point for the day 64. Mean relative humftlty 71. Winds NE.. force 2. weather, cloudy and slight valley xhiiH'in. Forecast for toda. light winds and ct'ntiHey ahead of time. Rough Passag". .-AN FRANCISCO, .May 15 Two vessels arriving yesterday made unusu- ally long passages from the Hawaiian islands. The ship A. J. Fuller was 27 days from Honolulu, bringing 47.350 n.tKs OS sugar, and a barkentlne. with la cargo of 13.427 bags of sugar, was 31 nays in tne trip from Kahulul. Shipping; Notes. The cunbont Manila will sail for Run r ranclsco this afternoon. The steamer Lehua will not sail nn ner AlPlokuI run until tomorrow. The st amer Klnau arrivoal from Tliln : ! ports at 10:45 a. m. Saturday, NE 14-inch condenser. 10 Inches in T CASTLE & mm Real Estate, Insurance, T i. x A FRESH Durham milch cow Cnn veM-ujeuiB. ConSttrlingAir S "gacS TdePhSe 70 506 and 7 Road. 6167 ONE 1500-lb. (fifteen hundred pound) ice-malting machine, in good order; Stangenwald Bldg. 4 aiso one turbine water wheel. For T txi ak Riihwi'i? a- rvtNa further nartlculnrs pnnl. T.iK t I "f LflAl5 WlfcaSWlBB JK C8. j wt ! t . . -a- a- vac i . - Co., Lihue, Kauai. 6130 I NEW YORK LINE i AGENTS. American-Hawaiian Steamship Purser Beckley of the steamer Kinau reports the followlne sutrar on Hawaii- Olaa. 16.28; Walakea. 4000; Hawai Mill. 3000; Wainaku. none: Onomea. aj.wju; r-t-peekeo. .iJOO; Honomu. 3000: llaKalau. none: I.aun.i'i. n-h. . r nurt- oaiurua. uy noKaia. JSU"i; Kukaiau. l .": 1'aauhau u. I'lllabury. from S.ii Kran- s"': Monokaa. 2000; Kukulhaele. IOjO; t-unaiuu. iuv; Honuapo. 42. variable weather CURTIS J. LYON TerrltjriaJ Meteorologist ARRIVED. aawnn, ana iron rrame ror same, can be seen at this office. 6109 Bark Fooling Suey Sailing from NEW YORK to HONOLULU About July 1st 8. 8. p clsco at 8 a. m. Stmr. NH-au. Pedersn. fmm Hamakui ports at 7:10 a. m., with 3M0 bags sugar 11 pkga u i'li ra. I'ASSENGERS ARRIVED. Per S. S. Teru. May 24. from San Fran : FOLMER & SCHWING 8x10 lone I I i f.wMie i 1 kU a a . . cxijiiitj tttiiiera.: oo-mrn Aarn. ZJ?VEJS& d"i,,e:5 t For flight rates apply to front; top and side made to open for It CHAS. BREWER ft CO. use as a snort rocus camera; level finder, one plate-holder and tripod; also, a Bausch & Lamb teloscopic lens for use with above camera. Can be seen at Advertiser office. 6105 27 Kilby St., Boston. T ob Cm BREWER ft CO LIMITED, HONOLULU, A. TftttttttttMM iostoh. J DIRECT MONTHLY vSKKVICE BETWEEN New York to Honolulu via Pacific Coast THE SPLENDID NEW STEEL STEAMERS a haw.wt I v. to sail about Mr I" a. b. UHKGoNlAN, t sail sbout July 8 Fr-iaht received at Company's wharf. Forty-second street. South Brook lya, at all times. .-imr. iviimii. r re. man. irom lino ana c laeo. For Honolulu- r a ,hnn, et way ports at 10:45 a. m.. with 29) sheep, H. Khn.n vi r v. r.,n...rt n.J v' 20 hogs. 10 nacks corn. 117 pkgs sundries llnntina-ton. n i,., ' o. i -i - ...... . i - , i - - V M arujKirk. F. J. Fisher. A. C. PajiKborn. John Molokal porta at 5:25 a. m Sunday. May St. Stmr. Claudi ne. Parker, from Ma a! I jM.rta. AN 8x10 rectilinear lens: no nnmo- n.l.U r 1 A w ... . " im DtttiH-n oc Lamn iris diaphragro shutter. For particulars and price. i .ill tx L i;us unice. w rlxnt. aalara Anthony. D. L Bushnell. MISS II. G. H-aik.r. Mrs. L. A. Mrt',.1- ONE 5vR Rhuoh t .1 C a . w . I : m.mm u. uU imiu. ..in., o. o. ttriKKa. J. l. UllgKina, .Mrit. t.'. Jam-en. l. M. Laneh.rlv. John Stmr. W. G. Hall. 8. Thomnson. from Marks. For Yokohama Miss K. Ken Nawlltwlll. I daO, Miss Malel McClean. For Hong- Stmr. James Maker. Tullett. from Kau.-I ,ton': Capt. John Boanlman. I. Kgiui . ports. I- iraKi..ti. Samuel Dalts. A. Luigo, Jac- Stmr Nllhau. Thompson, from Anahoia "b Brk r mb RaDld TTnl versal len-. with iris diaphragm. Can oe seen at tnis omce. Am. lachr. Columbia, Spraaje, 22 da, a fri m Ral'ard. IV r Stmr. Klnau. May 24. fmm HUo and way ports Col. W h. Cornw. 11. J H. f mm Ban Franclaco. .C13CO . MYADES. to sail Freight received at Company's wha rf. Stewart at rest. Pier 20. May 17 KAHTJ KON A A rrl ved : May 21. Am. K VVW,B, wbcl chr. H. C. Wright. Nellson. 27 days i v- Nawn1' MrB- 8. FROM SEATTLE AND TACOSIA 8JL R PA T.I F' HNI AN. to sail ... J. B AMERICAN, ts sail Am. bktn. Irmxard. Schmidt. 15 dava "d. Miss Mary Miner. 11. S Godfrev iiu wiir. ii. ll. wnue. Alls M. I.wis. UWXJlil, Kobert Stephenson. Mrs. K. Alllll and Sun -. ixatxi r. J. h. Itob. snn. Mrs J w Kanotwal and child. H. B. (1. hr. E r- .Mtillor. Mrs. Mary Allaj. R.lN-rt Slaueh. ter. J. Lennox. J. Hind. A. W. Carter, H. iivaani M I ciii4.ii.n...n t n. FOUND. A fc 2 Old Htif -TVi.-nA. have by callinit at 1035 Kewalo tt near Wilder avenue, proving property .'I Till n ivl.r. nll ' J . i-)iuB m.ii i'j.jt;n.,iM. 6178 from San Francisco, with general m-r- bandise for Hawaii Railway Co. DEPARTED. Saturday. May 24. April IS June IS PunaluuW.r,3a,;a "m HnU,P n''- " II- 8u 1 1. M rs J. 1 1 Raymond PSSrUU,wa,.nP, ?r XW-. . J L"d k pass, nK. rs. ir'.ZL " . " I r,,r arrivaia per ai.'amtr :iaudine and For farther particulars apply to lcJ & C C. P. MORS P. 4,Vnpral Frpight Agent r. -s namaulu and Koloa at 3 p m 8. 8. Peru. Plllsbury. for the Orient at 5 p. m. 8. 8. America Maru, Going, for 8an Francisco at noon. P 1- i.w. mjv :r. Am. bark Kauilanl. GrilBth for San ana daughter. B. F. Dillingham and wife i a mm m . THE MELROSE. 1444-14SZ KING 8T. Pleasant Rooms, with exceHent Tahu ana -service. Moderate Prices. Tel 8081 Rln ww. is. ti hi i see page 10. BOOKED TO DEPART. NDTIPF iir o. oierra. May Z7. r,.r s.m Frnn- r ivriu. T r 4 Z..-.rf.-m W" - - - - m J H.i'rg.ss. Dr. and Mrs r B. Wood ?1?TIC..TSJHEREBT GIVEN THAT GLOBE NAVIGATIOI-l COMPANY, LTD. PUGET SODND-HON'OLTJLU ROUTE Caaeastlna dlreet. without transfer, with the O. N. Ry.. N. P. R. R.. and C ".-. R R. Lowest rates of freight from all Eastern points: shortest noih tlx. F. 8. E'irka. fmm Seattle and Tacoma. on or about April 10. 9. S. Tampico. from Seattle snd Tacoma. on or about May 10. Far further Information address K. BREB8, Brewer Pu Idlrg Honolulu. AGENT HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Rob Nsvigattnn Company. Ltd.. Seattl. Wssh.: P W. Rochester. 808 f-t St.. San Francisco, and agent of above railroads, will furnish Infor- Robert Lew Underwr o ! for the Sound. SAIL TOD AT. t P S. Manila, for San Fraqclsco. In the afternoon. DUE TODAY. S. 8 Hyades. Garl.ck. from Fan Francls- o. , DUE TOMORROW. S. S Tampico. from S'attte. 8. 8. Sierra, from the Colonlea. NFXT MAIL FROM COAST. May 2S-S. S. Ventura from San Fran cisco. NFXT MAIL TO COAST. May 27 -S S Sierra for Ban Francisco. A Barnes. Mrs. A. C. Pferdnee .nj eniio. inos. is. wall. Miss M. M. Bicker J. B. Kenny. Mrs. A. L. Annelman. Mr C. H. Allen. John McGregor. George Mc- ..-iwKTiun. it. anirray. w. McHoy. J. Daly A. J. Lyon and wife. C. P. St. John. J Ml rryfle!d. W. If. Balott. M-s I rw Ueng. Mrs. F. E. Owena. Miss Owens. Roy H . . a r-. .?. -1-1, ... , . .WHNa arue ana Uomp.inv. IIILO. . -yr.r.7Mv i-Am bk An'e John- mmmm, ooiinis. aavs rr m S.-n RYa general merchandise t-, t-e Matsn Nnvlcatlon Co .May zi-Am bk R. P Rithrt. MrPhai! dan from San Francisco. In ballast to k afl Pann'ko-i arj Honomu sntrar Mav 21-Sch Chae. L. Woodhurv. Har ris. 4 days from Honolulu, with "general cargo. Olsson hnta Qcanmaii - ---w u .-uicr'i tlll- mand of the tug -Fearless." and that from and after this date all busires in connection with th. -V'' ! tug will be performed by him -m. j IKWiN A CO.. LTD., n- conslgn- WILDER'S 8TB4H8HIP CO. NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. BTJLPHTJ ehamleal acids wi i o. "". transportation bv . , "cuI0r on and after HHi ihT. ...r.i. tro mi luriner ao- Honolulu, May Uth. 1902. X-V a mm, m. ' President. DR. ALI EN'S NERVE BUILDER. A guaranteed cure for all Nerves Complaints, Loss of Memory, Prostra tion, etc, IPxice ... S1.00 -per Box FOR SALE BT OKOLVLU DRUG C0MPANT To whom all orders should be addressed. ELITE STYLES The latest styles of millinery always to be found at parlors of Miss N, F. Hawley. BOSTON BLOCK. 184 N. Hotel and 163 S. King St Bicycles Exchanged, Repaired, Bonght and Sold, Prices Reasonable. If In Bad Humor DROP INTO THE HONC BOWLING PARLORS and chuck a few Him lirvt vffUfl HaJIh sat Qll U1U VJ -- - jour tenpins. 0hu TailoriritT o. rchant Tailors Snits made to Order, cleaning, Rr painnsr and preasinc; corner Bere tama & Emma ets., Honolulo, T. H.