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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, fUNE 30, 1904.
30
Canadian-Australian Royai Mail Line
RtMmon rannlne in connection wi
J2a t Honolulu on or about the following' datea:
TOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA.
1904
MANUKA JULY 2
AORANGI JULY SO
3IIOWERA AUGUST 27
Through tickets Issued to all points
THEO.
GENERAL
Pacific Mail S. S. Co.,
S. S.
Steamers of the above companies win call at Honolulu and leare this port
mr about the dates below mentioned:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO. '
JCOPTTC JUNE 29
SOREA JULY 9
OAELIC ..... JULY 21
MONGOLIA AUGUST 2
CHINA ..AUGUST 13
9Tr further information apply to v
H. HACKFELD & COMPANY, LTD., AGENTS.
ooanSo .Stoamohlp Co.
Tae fine passenger steamers of th
ea hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
I4LAMEDA .. JULY 1
SIERRA JULY 13
ALAMEDA JULY 22
SONOMA AUGUST 3
In connection with the sailing of t he above steamers, the agents are pre
pared to issue, to intending passengers. Coupon Through Tickets by any
Railroad, from San Francisco to all p ointa in the United States, and from
Sffew York by any steamship line to a 11 European porta.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS, APPLY TO
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LTD.
American-Hawaiian Steamship Company.
5irect Monthly Service Between New York and Honolulu via
y . Pacific Coast.
THE SPLENDID NEW STEEL ST EAMERS
FROM NEW YORK.
B. S. Texan, to sail about June 25
Freight received at all times at the
Company's wharf, 41st street, South
Brooklyn.
niOM SAN FRANCISCO TO HONO
LULU. '
B. S. Nevadan, to sail.... June 29
H. HACKFELD & COMPANY, LTD., AGENTS.
C P. MORSE, General Freight Agent.
era
aciYic u ransver
if
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE.
IWe pack, haul and ship your goods and save you money.
Dealers in stove wood, coal and kindlings.
Storage in Brick Warehouse, 126 King' Street. Phone Mrfn 58.
br$ran. President; C J. Camp
x F. Cl.:rk, Treasurer; N. E.
i
This is the
"-tSLce-eclr Co.. X-itd.-
SlOVllieSll
CAMERA
DEALERS
tovo
have
one.
No. I Brownie Camera,
pictures 21-4x2 1-4. $1.00.
. No. 2 Brownie Camera,
pictures 2 1-4 x 3 1-4, $2.00.
:n
FILMS, PAPER,
MOUNTS.
also the
BROWNIE DEVELOPING
CHINE.
MA-
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
FORT STREET.
ORSE SHOEING !
W. Wright Co., Ltd
have opened a horse-shoeing
department in connec-
tion with their carriage
shop, etc. Having secur
ed the services of. a first
class shoer, they are pre
pared to do all work in
trusted to them in a first
class manner.
GENUINE
Panoma Hots
FOR $6.73.
GLOBE CLOTHING COMPANY
Fine new line of gent's clothing and
furtishing goods.
Hotel St., near BetheL
New Restaurant
6B
JUST OPENED. j
Everything New and First Class.
THE KAIULANI
1135 Fort St., oppo. Club Stables.
. REMOVALJSaCVai-
-2R-S:36 a. m., 5:3i
The TOWNSE'
CO. and HOXOJa from Eua Mill and
1AL. ASSN. hig.jo m 7146 a. nx,
the more comnrIO:3s a. m., 2:OS p. m.,
ly occupied by p. m., 7'-40 p. in.
ply Co. . Roonr
nicely and cpExcepted.
Only.
7 "1SON, F. C SMITH,
1117
PASHTppERS' NOTICE.
l,Ars Klnau, Claudine and Like
Dresses ireach sail one day late at their
hours Fourth of July week,
re; WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
: 6S30
tk te Canadian-Fifle Railway Co.
FOR VANCOUVER.
1904
AORANGI JUNE 29
MIOWERA JULY 27
MOANA AUGUST 24
in Canada, United States and Europe,
H. DA VIES & CO., LTD.
AGENTS.
Occidental & Oriental
Co.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MONGOLIA JULY 8
CHINA JULY 19
DORIC JULY SI
SIBERIA AUGUST 12
COPTIC ...AUGUST 23
KOREA SEPTEMBER 3
la lime will arrive and leave this port
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA ....JULY 6
SONOMA JULY 12
ALAMEDA JULY 27
VENTURA .....AUGUST 2
And eac month thereafter.
Freight received at Company's wharf.
Greenwich street.
FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRAN
CISCO VIA KAHULUI.
S. S. Nevadan, to sail (via Kahului...
July 8
FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA.
S. S. American, to sail about July 1
FROM PORTLAND. OREGON.
S. S. Nebraskan, to sail about.. June z
. m
bell, Vice-President; J. L. McLean, Sec-
Gedge, Auditor; Fr.uk Hustace, Man-
63 QUEEN STREET
TS
Qnd
toes
l'ack Sand. Telephone Main 295.
Branch of
Hustace,
Ltd.
Peck Co.,
Street.
i;.th the following steamship lines:
Wine Mail Steamship Co.
yo Kaisen Kaisha Steamship Co.
homes, saving you the trouble
R
lephone MAIN 86".
fa. . , .
VtETEOROLOGICAI RECORD.
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Full moon June 27th at 9:52 a. m.
Times of the tide are taken from th
United States Coast and G-eodetia Sur
vey, tables.
The tides at Kahului and Hilo occur
about on hour earner than at Hono
lulu. Hawaiian standard time 1 i$ hours
SO minutes slower than Greenwlcs
time, being that of the meridian of 157
degrees -thirty minutee. The time
whistle lows at 1:S0 p. m.. which Is
the ame as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 min
utes. Sun and moon ire for local time
for the whoTa rroun.
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PEARL HARBOR
CHANNEL MARKS
Office of the Assistant to the Inspector
of the Twelfth Light-House Dis-
trict, 35 Alexander Young Build
ing. Honolulu, T. H., 29 June, 1904.
NOTICE TO MARINERS PEARL.
HARBOR, ISLAND OF OAHU,
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
Notice is hereby given that the mid
channel entrance buoy, nun, black and
white perpendicular stripes, marking
the entrance to Pearl Harbor, Island
of Oahu, adrift 15 February, 1904, was
replaced 22 June, 1904, in 33 feet of
water, on the range N.N.W. i W. for
the 30-foot dredged channel leading in
to Pearl Harbor, upon the following
magnetic hearings:
Ahua Point, N.E. by E. E.
Right Tangent Diamond Head Point,
E. V- S.
Windmill, N.W. Vz N.
Right Tangent Queen Emma House,
N. by W.
This buoy is on the range at the
mouth of the channel through the reef.
It should be passed close to on either
side as the channel is only 200 feet
wide.
Notice is also given that the range
beacons used for passing through the
30-foot dredged channel, through the
reef, leading into Pearl Harbor, Island
of Oahu, reported missing 6 May, 1904,
were replaced 22 June, 1904. The front
range mark is a beacon in the form
of a diamond of 6 feet square and the
rear range mark a beacon in the form
of a windmill (2 12-foot boards cross
ed), both beacons being whitewashed.
They are on the range N.N.W. i W.
which is the mid-channel course
through the dredged portion of the reef.
The apex of the diamond shows just
under the cross boards of the rear range
mark. These range marks are erected
on the submerged coral.reef near the
Queen Emma House.
By order of the Light-House Board.
A. P. NIB LACK,
, Lieutenant-Commander, TJ. S. N.,
Assistant to the Inspector of the 12th
Light-House District.
Aorangrl Had Many Passengers.
The Aorangi sailed for Victoria and
Vancouver yesterday afternoon. On
board she had over two hundred people
in transit from Australia to Canada.
Many of these are St. Louis Fair tour
ists. There were a couple of families
on board who are bound for DoWie's
settlement at Zion City. -
' Plenty of Boom on Mongolia.
The Pacific Mail steamship Mongolia
has left Yokohama for this port. She
has 1,700 tons of freight for Honolulu
and will have accommodations for from
125 to 130 cabin passengers from this
port.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
WEATHER BUREAU.
Honolulu, Alexander Street,
June 29, 10 p. in.
Mean Temperature 76.0.
Minimum Temperature 74.
Maximum Temperature 82.
Barometer at 9 p. m. 30.02; steady.
Rainfall, 24 hours up to 9 a. m. .00.
Mean Absolute Moisture 6.4 grs. per
cub. ft.
Mean Relative Humidity 69.
Winds N.E. ; force, 2.
Weather Fair.
Forecast for June 30 Light trades,
fair weather.
R. C. LYDECKER,
Territorial Meteorologist.
ARRIVED AT HONOLULU. .
Wednesday, June 29.
Stmr. Likelike, Naopala, from Maui
and Molokai ports, at 1 a. m.
Stmr. Mikahala, Gregory, from Ka
uai ports, at 5:05 a. m., with 55 bags
bran, 240 bags rice, 16 bundles skins,
164 bales wool, 3 bulls, 2 horses and
116 pkgs. sundries.
Stmr. Ke Au Hou, Tullett, from Ki
lauea, Anahola and Koloa, at 3:15 a.
m., with 1 box fish, 4 boxes merchan
dise and 3 trunks.
Stmr. Maui, F. Bennett, from Kawai
hae, at 6 a. m., with 11,540 bags sugar
and 75 head cattle.
S. S. Argyll, Gilboy, with oil, from
San Francisco, at 7 p. m.
DEPARTED FROM HONOLULU.
Wednesday, June 29.
S. S. Aorangi, Phillips, for Victoria
and Vancouver.
S. S. Coptic, Armstrong, for the Ori
ent, at noon.
Stmr. Likelike, Naopala, for Maui
and Molokai ports and Kawaihae, at 5
p. m.
MAKAWELI.
Departing. June 29 Am. bk. Edward
May, Hanson, for San Francisco.
HILO.
D?parting, June 26 Am. bk. St. Kath
erine. Saunders, for San Francisco.
PASSENGERS.
Arriving.
P.; - s mr. Maui, June 29, from Ka-
-' . J. E. Higgins.
. t oii.ir. Mikahala, June 29, from
Kauai port Paul Isenberg, Mr!. W
P.ier5c.i, Miss J. Johnson, E. K. Bull,
G. HajTnan, Miss 2I. ilossman, Miss
Mahlum, J. H. Coney.' Yt-e Phong, Miss
C. Rose, R. M. McCauley, George Allen,
R. Fukumoto, D. Rowen. F. L. Hosmer,
R. S. Hosmer, Father Adalbert and 55
deck.
From the Colonies, per S. S. Aorangi,
June 29. For Honolulu: S. C. Thorni
croft, Mr. Miller, A. Brown, C. L.
Stokes, J. Didniksen, H. R. Winsof, C.
Grudeau. -;
From Maul and Molokal ports, per
stmr. Likelike, June 29 Puna Kahuli,
C. E. King, Miss Lucy Fountain, Mrs.
Fountain, Miss Fanny Trask.
Booked to Arrive.
Per S. S. Alameda, July 1, from San
Francisco Miss L. B. Randell. H. T.
Hayselden, Mrs.' H. N. Hoffman, C. F.
Hunt, Mrs. Hunt, Miss Alice F. Fitz
patrick. Miss Dorothy Efnnger, Mr. and
Mrs. Smith, Miss E. Murray, W. B.
Craig, E. Towson, Mr. Dove, Mr. and
Mrs. Brown, B. F. Schirmer, James
Wakefield, Captain I. Chapman, H. L.
Ross, Mrs. E. J. Culbert.
Departing.
Per S. S. Coptic, June 29, for the Ori
ent J. J. Savage, Mrs. E. J. Cleveland,
I. Aogagi and 100 in Asiatic steerage.
Per S. S. Aorangi, Jums 29, for Van
couver Mr. and Mrs. Noel Patc-a,Mr.
and Mrs. Hans Isenberg, Miss Grau,
Miss Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Shanks,
Mr. and Mrs. Schafer.
VESSELS IN PORT.
ARMY AND NAV3.'.
U. S tug Iroquois, Niblack, (station
vessel).
U. S. R. C. Thetis, Hamlet, Midway
and Lisian.sk! Islands, June 23.
U. S. S. Wheeling, Fox, Pao Pago,
June 23.
MERCHANT VESSELS.
Argyll, Am. stmr., Gilboy, San Fran
cisco, June 29.
Annie Johnson, Am. bk., Johnson, June
18.
Arizonan, S. S. Lyons, Seattle, Juna 25.
Archer, Am. bktn., Lancaster, San
Francisco, June 9.
Charlotte, Ger. bk., Grube, Bremen,
June 28.
Curzon, Ch. sp., Jchansen, Nitrate
ports, June 7.
Irmgard, Am. bknt., Sctjnidt, San
Francisco, June 21.
Irene, Am. schr., Portland, June 18.
Jabez Howes, Am. sp., Clapp, New
castle, June 4.
Lavinia, Am. schr., Weisbarth, French
Frigate Shoals, June 25.
Mohican, Am. bk., Kelly, San Fran
cisco, June 19.
Marie Hackfeld, Ger. sp., Tulfs, Bre
men, June 19.
Olympic, Am. bk., Evans, San Fran
cisco, June 28.
Rosamond, Am. schr., Fernald, from
San Francisco, May 23.
Solano, Am. schr., Rosich, Newcastle,
June 22.
Classified AflvcrasHBCfflis.
WANTED.
MEN for few days work on the new
Directory at No. 9, Elite building.
6S32
SITUATIONS WANTED.
BY Japanese couple; man first class
cook,wife to do house work. Address
J. Y., P. O. Box 910. 6S32
AN expert bookkeeper and accountant
wishes to keep several sets of books.
Reliable and confidential and best
recommendations. Address H. S., this
office. '
BY a good reliable manager of planta
tion store; best of references. Open
for situation by July 1st. Address
"Z," office.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
GOOD table board can be had at 1141
Adams Lane. Mrs. "Winter. 6819
AT HELEN'S COURT, Adams lane,
$28.00 and $30.00 per month; also fur
nished rooms without board, from
$8.00 up. 6808
3INGLE or en suite at 1490 Nuuanu
street, above Vineyard street. 6782
AT WAHIAWA, ten dollars per week,
two dollars per day. Stage meets
3:15 p. m. train from Honolulu at
Pearl City, on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Addr'ess Mrs. Caroline Rhodes, at
Pearl City. PLcne King B7.
FOR RENT.
NICE front rooms, suitable for light
housekeeping. Apply 746 Beretania
street. 6S30
TWO-STORY modern cottage of seven
rooms; mosquito-proof. Rent reason
able. Apply 736 Lunalilo street. 6824
UNFURNISHED, the residence of A.
F. Clark, on King street and Aloha !
lane. Apply Hustace & -Co.
COTTAGES from $15.00 and up. In
quire 1317 Beretania street. 6794
COTTAGES; Christley lane, off Fort St.
Rent reasonable. Apply Won Kwai.
STORE TO LET.
THE 2-story storehouse adjoining the '
undersigned, Queen street. Will be
sub-let at a low annual rental for
term of years. Also warehouse room.
M. W. McCHESNEY & SONS, LTD.
6S28
OFFICES FOR RENT.
"THE STANGENWALD." only fire
proof office building In city.
FOR SALE.
FIXTURES of cigar store, cheap. Ap
ply Golden West Cigar Store, 924 Fort
street. 6S32
A FIRST class dairy at Piihonua, near
Hilo. good location and the stock in
excellent condition; good investment. '
For terms and other particulars ap
- ply personally or by letter to John
'Tosh, Piihonua, Hilo, Hawaii. 6S32
A BUGGY, rubber tires; almost new.'
Inquire 1518 Beretania 'avenue. 6S26
. SPECIAL NOTICES.
TO gentlemen of ability an exceptional
opportunity is offered to engage In
an extremely profitable business; no
capital required. References must be
furnished. Address "X," in care of
the Advertiser Office. 6S30
LOST. j
A BROOCHwith pearls and amethysts.
Reward if--left at this office. 6S32
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Honolulu, June 29, 1904.
NAME OF STOCK Capital.
Val
Bid.
Alk
800
20
MKBCANTILK.
!
C. Brewer A Co. ...... $1,000,000
100
SCOAR.
Ewa . .....
Haw. Agricultural....
Haw. Coai.&SugarCo.
Hawaiian Sugar Co-..
Honomu
Honokaa
Haiku
Kahuku .-
Kihei Plan. Co., Ltd..
Kipahulu
Koloa
Mc Bryde Sug Co., Ltd.
Oahu Sugar Co. ...
Onoinea
Ookala
Olaa Sugar Co., Ltd...
Olowalu
Paaahau SugPlanCo.
Pacific...
Paia
Pepeekeo
Pioneer...
Waialua Agri. Co
Wailuku
Waimanalo
5,000,000
1.200,100
2,812.750
2 000,000
750,000
2,000.000
600,000
500,000
2,500,000
180,000
600,000
8,500,00C
3,600000
1,000 000
500.000
6,000,000
150,000
5,000,000
500,000
750,000
750,000
2,750,000
4,500.000
700,000
22,000
20
'00
100
100
20
10O
20
50
100
100
20
100
2Q
20
20
100
50
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
19X
48
23
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"l7
5
"12b
3 ..
P5 SO
24 .
. -- 10
4
- - - . - -
- - -
"ih
75
40
"iso
117X
100
"ioo
w... 75
8
90
104?i .....
Steamship Cob.
Wilder 8 8. Co.. ...
Inter-Island 8. 8. Co..
MI8CELLAMKOCB.
Haw. Electric CP ......
H.R.T.ALCO., jpd.
H. R.T. AL. CO., C ..
Mutual! el. Co
O.K. A L. Co
Hilo K. K.Co
Bonds.
Haw. Gov't., 5p.c...
Haw. Ter., 4 p. c. (Fire
Claima)
Hilo K. R. Co., 6 p. C
Hon. R. T. & JU- Co.,
6 p. C.
Ewa Plant., 6 p. c
O. R. A L. Co., 6 p. c . .
Oahu Sugar Co., 0 p. c.
Olaa Sugar Co., 6 p. c.
Waialua Ag. Co.,6.p.C.
Kahuku 6 p. c
Pioneer Mill Co. 6 p.c.
Paia 6 p. c
Haiku6 p c
Hawaiian Sugar 6 p. c.
500,000
600,000
100
100
500,000
i'oooVobo
150,000
4.000,000
1,000,000
100
ioo"
10
100
20
100
100
100
100
100
100
SALES BETWEEN BOARDS.
Forty-two Olaa $3.50.
The JMaila
Mails are due from the following
points as follows:
San Francisco Per Alameda, July 1.
Yokohama Per Mongolia, July 8.
Sydney, Auckland and Pago Pago
Per Sonoma, July 12.
"Victoria Per Manuka, July 2.
Mail3 will depart as follows:
San Francisco Per Alameda, July 6,
Yokohama Per Coptic, June 29.
Victoria Per Miowera, July 27.
Sydney Per Manuka, July 2.
BORN.
HJORTH At Hanarnaulu, Kauaf, Sun-
day, June 26, 1904, to the wife of J. L.
Hjorth, a son.
Professional Gards
AGENTS. '
ALEXANDER COCKBURN 840 Ka
ahumanu St. Valuator, Business
Agent and Notary Public
ARCHITECTS.
W. MATLOCK CAMPBELL Office 1124
YouBg street.
ATTORNEYS.
THOMAS FITCH Lawyer, Honolulu,
T. H. Office, No. 19 Campbell block.
Correspondents in San Francisco,
New York and Washington, D. C.
HENRY E. HIGHTON Attorney-at-Law.
Southwest cor. Fort and King.
ENGINEERS.
ARTHUR C. ALEXANDER. Survey
or and Engineer. 406 Judd Bldg.; P.
O. box 732.
J. S. EMERSON, Surveyor to the Court
of Land Registration, solicits private
work. P. O. address 802, Spencer
street. 6737
INSURANCE.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
CO. OF NEW YORK.
S. B. ROSE, Agent : : : Honolulu.
PHYSICIANS.
DR. T. MIT AMUR A. Office, 68 Kukui
Lane.' 9 to 12 m.; 6:30 to 7:30 p. m.
TYPEWRITERS.
BOUGHT, sold, rented and repaired at
Remington Typewriter office. Hotel St.
OHAS. BREWER & CO.S
XTEW YORK LINE
Bark Foohng Suey sailing from
New York to Honolulu on or
about Aug. 15. FREIGHT TAK
EN AT LOWEST RATES.
For freight rates apply to
CHAS. BREWER & CO.
27 Kilby 8t , Boston, or
I C. BREWER & CO., LTD.
I HONOIitTLU.
UrilM iH-llTmll 1t , 1.... V
MINTON TRACT.
(Waialae, adjoining Kaimukl.)
This property being on the ridge,
a magnificent ocean view is ob
tained of Koko Head, Lanai, Molo
kai and Maui.
These lots are but COO feet from
the Rapid Transit line.
Lots 75x150 ft., 11,250 sq. ft. each,
CLEANED AND CURBED, ready
for building. $500.00 per lot. $50.00
cash, $10.00 monthly installment
until paid.
NO INTEREST.
Cash and all Installments are
paid into the First American Sav
ings and Trust Co. of Hawaii,
Ltd., as security for prompt de
livery of deed.
For blue prints and particulars
apply to W. M. MINTON,
IS Kaahumanu Street.
Holsteed & Go.f L J
1
STOCK AND
BOND
rnivu HT3nr,rrr iron !
Memters Ronolula Stock e :
Bond Exchange. '
Henry
WaterhousB
Trust Co., ..
B fQ) IC E
1
AT THE PENINSULA.
Spacious grounds fronting on trie ":
ocean, house and cottage com .
pletely furnished. Rent reason
able. 4 '.
ALOHA LANE. V?
(Cottage ....$20.0 ?;
G AND ALL LANE. ;i
Cottage $ij.or
EMMA STREET. v C
House $25.0
YOUNG STREET.
House..., $27.$'' 1
Cor. Me;-char:t and Fort Sis.
Tel. Main 313.
7-McINIYRE BUILDING
Furnished Cottage at Wahiawp
rent by week or month; 2 Terra $f.f
Lots Palolo, view unexcelled; for bb k
a $5,000 Mortgage on business proper i
Houses rented; Real Estate Audit!) , ' j
W. L. HOWARI .;
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F. T. P. Waterhouse A. Waterht 'tf
The WatertoBse
Commission Merchci j
Rental Age
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Agents for the Waterhouse Invesbr
Co., Ltd.
Office, 832 Fort street.
Tie Hawaiian Realty and Maturity
Limited.
Real Estate, Mortgage Loans an
Investment Securities.
Homes built on the installment p'-
Home Office: Mcln tvrt TO Act TTn,
lulu, T. II. L. K. KENTWELL.
General Marxa
FOR SALE.
BARGAIN A six-room mnddm
tage, located in urod
$300 to $500 cash. Price. $2S50.
WANTED A list of bargains. I
Apply to J. H. CUMMINGS, I
79 Merchant Strc
Unequalled Short Trirjr
FOR iij
Traveller
Tourists who wish to see the wli )
ward side of Molokai, with its wond
ful cliffs, deep gulches and fertile v. .
leys, with the most unique and beau
ful prospects on every hand, should t
the trips on the new steamer Llkel: '
Around Molokai In daylight with I, "
run to Lahaina, the ancient capital. '
Sailings Monday at 5 p. m., reta v
ing Tuesday night.
Wednesday at 5 p. m., returning I '
day night.
New steamer, all deck stateroa '
airy and commodious.
Full particulars at Wilder 8te
ship Company office.
To Volcano
and Back
$45
Return Jul 1 . t
Sail July 1st Sth i' '
S. S. "Mauna Loa" !S. S. "Kina
Full particulars from
RICHARD H. TRENT, j
General Age jf
938 Fort Street. l
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