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r Oceanic Steamship Company
TIME TABLE
The Fine PaBBongor Stoamora of This Lino Will Arrive ami Lav
This Port as Hereundor
FROM SAN FRANCISCO
AUSTRALIA APRIL 12
MARIPOSA APRIL 2G
AUSTRALIA MAY 10
MOANA MAY 21
AUSTRALIA JUNE 7
ALAMEDA JUNE 21
AUSTRALIA JULY 5
MARIPOSA JULY 19
AUSTRALIA AUG 2
MOANA AUG 16
AUSTRALIA AUG 30
ALAMEDA SEPT 13
AUSTRALIA SEPT 27
MARIPOSA OCT 11
AUSTRALIA OCT 25
In connection with tho sailing of the above steamers the Agents are
prepared to issue to intending passengers coupon through tickets by any
railroad from San Francisco to all points in the United Statos and from
New York by any steamship lintfto all European ports
For further particulars apply to
w
Picture Framing a Specialty
We are prepared to Estimate on Scales
from Eight Pounds lip to Sixty Tons
MAIN OFFICE FORT AND MERCHANT STS
Messrs Castle Cooke retain an interest in the business and solicit for it
a continuance of the patronage so kindly extended them in the past
Theo H Davies
HONOLULU H I WTOISDAY APEIL 12 1899
FOR SAN FRANC SCO
AUSTRALIA APRIL 20
MOANA APRIL 28
AUSTRALIA MAY 16
ALAMEDA MAY 26
AUSTRALIA JUNE 13
MARIPOSA JUNE 23
AUSTRALIA JULY 11
MOANA JULY 21
AUSTRALIA AUG 8
ALAMEDA AUG 18
AUSTRALIA SEPT 5
MARIPOSA SEPT IB
AUSTRALIA OOT 3
MOANA OOT 13
AUSTRALIA OOT 31
Irwin Co
LIMITED
General Agents Oceanic S S Company
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO LTD
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS
KING AND BETHEL STREETS
The combined stocks of Castle Cooke and the Pacific
Hardware Company give us the most complete and best
assorted line of goods in Honolulu We shall at present
continue business at the old stand of Castle Cooke and
shall carry a stock or
General Merchandise
Hardware and Household Supplies
Art Goods and Artistic Supplies
Co L il
SUGAR FACTORS
IMPORTERS OF
General Merchandise
HO Alt
AND
oonJiissioisr ME3ROE3AxrT
Agents for Lloyds
Canadian Australian Steamship Lino
British Foreign Marine Insurance Co
Northern Assurance Co Fire and Life
Canadian Pacific xfcailway Co
Pioneer Line of Packets from Liverpool
Coyne Mehrten Furniture Co
LIMITED
J A MEHRTEN Manager
I Furniture and Upholstering
T
REPAIRING- IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
f elopoboo 028
PROGRESS BLOCK Cor Fort Beretania 51s
SPEAKS FOR
FOR ATjX
FREEDOM
Burning Words from tho Voteran
Bopubllcan Loader That Will
Make tho Expansloista Wince
Boston March SO A letter hear
ing the date of February 4 and
signed by 100 or more of tho moat
prominent men in and around this
city headed by Ex Govornor George
S Bnitwell eomineudfbg tho alti
tude in Congross of Senator Hoar
and inviting hitn to nddiecs tliuui at
a future date was made public to
day
Vccompanying it is the letter of
acknowledgment from DonatorHoar
bearing date of yesterday in which
he says
I do not think thord is any roa
bou personal to me for holding such
a public meeting Undoubtedly
there should Lo and there will be
many public meetings the country
over to protest agnimt trampling
under foot the rights of a brave
people struggling for their liberties
the violations of the principles of
our own constitutidn and of iho
Declaration of Independence and
of the continuance by the American
people in the costly and ruinous
path which has brought othor re
publics to ruin and shame which
will dishonor labor place intoler
able burdens upon agriculture aud
fasten upon the republic the shame
of what President McKiuloy has so
lately and so truthfully declared lo
be criminal aggression But I think
it will be wiser to have meetings of
that character a little later rather
than just now Wo do not yet know
whether the present war for the
subjugation of the people of tho
Philippines is to coutiuuo indefinite
ly or whether there is to be a speedy
submission to the overwhelming
power of the United States
If the war shall shortly be ended
we shall then be able to discuss the
question of our national duty free
from the disturbing influences which
exist always when the country is at
war If on the other hand the war
shall long and indefinitely oontinuo
the people will begin to feel the
burden of an increased debt and in
creased taxation the loss of life and
health of our youth and Iho derange
ment of trade aud peaceful indus
try
Senator Hoar says further
The blood of tho slaughtered
Filipinos the blood and tho wasted
heallh and life of our own soldiers
is upon the heads of those who have
undertaken to buy a people in the
maiket like sheep or to treat them
as lawful prize and booty of war
to impose a government on them
without their consent and to tram
ple under foot not only tho people
of the Philippine Islands but the
principles upon which tho American
republic itsolf rests
The law of righteousness aud jus
tice on which the great and free
American people should act nud in
the end I am sure will act depends
not upon parallels of latitude and
meridians of longitude or points of
the compass It is the same yester
day to day and forever It is as
true now as when our fathers de
clared it in 1776 It is aB bind
ing upon William McKinloy to day
as it was upon George Washington
or Abraham uincoin tub oniy
powers of government tho American
peoplo can recognize are just powers
aud those powers rest upon tho con
sent of the governed
No man during this whole disuuB
Bion has successfully challenged and
no man will successfully challenge
First The affirmation that under
tho constitution of the United States
the acquisition of territory as of
other property is not a constitu
tional end but only a means to a
constitutional end and that whilo
the making of now States and pro-
Continued to 4th page
FaBsonger Travol
AnniVALS
ENT
From tho Orient par S S Coptic
April 11 Keary
DEPAJITUBES
For Hijo and Way Ports per stmr
Kinau April 11 R Ryoroft Mrs A
Blumahin A W Carter R Brown
J T Stacker Mrs W W Hall and boh
Harry Eastman Thoodoro Wolff I
Kidu N F Burgess W F Wilson L
M Whitohouse Miss Rowen Mrs A
E Nichols nurso and two children
T It Wilson aud wife A P Taylor B
BergorsouRov H Kapn G R Carter
H A Strong Mrs Askew and son
Miss McTigho
For Maui ports per stmr Clau
dino April 11 Mrs Kittredge the
Misses ISJltrudKO W J Lowrie A
Hocking Mrs H A Baldwin Maj A I
H Nickerson H R Hanna J W Ka
lua Mrs C Hayselden R E Maj nard
J McLellan Miss Lottie Baldwin
For Japau and China per S S
Doric April 11 Mr aud Mrs Mitch
ell the Misses Mitchell and maid J
M Haynns E N Bee Mrss S L Be
Mr and Mrs McLean Mr and Mrs
Fedoroff
For San Francisco per S S Coptic
April 11 Capt L Abloom wife ana
four children H Glade Mrs Fooke
child and nurse Dr Davison Miss
Mary O Alexander Col George de la
Vergne Mra Meyer Mrs W H Bailey
Miss M H Bailey C Hedemann and
wife H Well Mr Fenney Mr and
Mrs Clement S Field Miss Alice
Beard Mr and Mrs J F Fanaher
Miss E C Smith A T Smith Miss E
Blake T Livingston J J McDonald
J B OSullivan M Frank E D Ten 1
ney
For Kauai per stmr W G Hall
April 11 Capt Chapman Miss
Porter H Isenberg Rev O P Emer
son Miss E Houghlailing Jules
Titcomb and wife Rev A V Soares
Mrs C B Smith S Mohelaia Dr
Hutchinson A S Wilcox S K Kaeo
Hop Sing J H Kawelo
For Hanaloi per stmr Waialeale
April 11 D Donaldson Bishop
Willis
For Kapaa per stmt James Makee
April 11 Miss Kindt
A Busy Day in Shipping
Sunday was a busy day around
the waterfront with the following
foreign vessels arriving
Am steamer Elihu Thompson
Whitney 15 days from Seattle via
Hilo April 8 525 tons merchandise
to H Waterhouse Co
Am bk Ceylon Wilier 19 days
from San Francisco merchandise
to H Hackfold Co
Am bk Martha Davis Friia 15
days from San Francisco 1800 tons
merchandise lo G Brewer Co
Am bktnS G Wilder Jackson
15 days from San Francisco 810
tons merchandise to F A Schaefer
Co
Am sohr Wm Ronton Jansen
24 days from Port Towneend with
lumber
Am sohr Carrier Dove Brandt
61 days from Newcastle 11G0 tons
coal to order
TUAT MAN IB KHUCfAL AND
CONTENT INDEED WHO FINDS
FOOD SOLACE PLEABUHE IN A
WEED
Nolo tho following POPULAIt BltANDS
of our imported
EIAVuAlSrA
Direct from the Factories
Napoleon tho First Caballoros Bize 100 in
a box
Napoleon tho First Camolias size 100 in a
box
Africano Conchas Selcotas 60 in a box
Jookey Club 100 In a box
11 Dolmonlcos25ina box
Delmontos Jo m a nox
Adelina latti Esplendidos 85 In a box
1roiidentos 2T in a box
Oasnndra ltegalla Qloriosa 50 in a box
Li Traviata ltegalla Non lariel 100 in a
box
Henry Clay Camellas 50 in a box
1nritanos Finos 50 in a box
Book Co 50 in a box
H Upniann Cosmopolitanos 50 in a box
Altxamlor Humbolt Paciflcos 60 in a box
m Bcmiblicanos 60 in
a box
l Fulton Conohas Especiales 60 In a box
Kecuerdos 25 in a box
La Intimldad do Antonlno Caruncho 60
in a box
La Espanola Elegantes 25 in a box
All of which wo oiler In quantities to
suit SPECIAL PKIOES TO THE
TltADE Respectfully
LEWIS CO
111 FORT STREET TELEPHONE 240
No 1173
lilders Steamship Go
TIME TABLE
O L WIGHT Prcs 8 B ROBK 8er
Capt J A KING PortBupt
Stmr KI1MATJ
ULARKEr Oommnnder
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday at 12
oclock noon touching nt Lahaina Maa
Iaca Bay and Makena the same day Ma
hukona Kawalhao nna I aupaboehon the
following day arriving nt Hilo Wednes
day evening
nemming un sail from Hilo every Fri
day at G oclook p m touching at Lnupa
npehoe Mahnkona Kawaihae Makena
llaalaea Bay and Lahaina arriving at
Honolulu Saturday night
Will call at Pohoiki lunn on tho
second trip of each month arriving there
on the morning of the day of Bailing from
Hilo to Honolulu
Tho popular roat to tho Volcano is via
Hilo A good carriage road tho entire
distance
Stmr OLAUDINE
CAMERON Commander
Will leave Honolulu Tuesdays at 5 r it
fouching at Kahului Hana Hamoa and
Kipahuln Maul Returning arrives a
Honolulu Sunday mornings
Will call at Nun Kaupo once eao
month
This Company will reserve the rignt ol
niakfcchangcam tho time of deparluieand
rrivul of its Steamers without notice and
t will not be responsible or any conse
quences arising therefiom
Consignees muBt be at the Landings to
receive their freight this Company wil
not hold itself responsible for freight aftei
it has been landed
V 1
Live btock received only at owners rlsK
lllis Company willnotbe reRnnnnihlRfni
Monoy or Valuables of passengers unless
piuueu iu uib care oi r ursers
are requested to p
chase Tickets before emharkinc Tfii
ar
ose
failing to do so will be subject to an addi
tional charge of twenty five per cent
ine uo jpany will not be liable for loss
of nor injury to nor delay in the delivery
of baggage or personal eifectsof the paasen
rcrboyondthe amount of 10000 unless
tho valno of t e same bo declared at or
before the issue of the ticket and freight
is paid thereon
Alt employees of tho Company are for
bidden to receive freight without deliver
ing a bhipping receipt therefor In the form
prescribed by the Company and which
may bo seen by shippers upon application
e pursers oi the Companys Steamers
iu iuu
nippers are nounea tl
linned without such rec
tnat it lreigbt lb
receipt it will be
solely at the risk of the shipper
CLADS SFBEOEEU WM Q inWIN
Clans Spi fickels Co
San
BJSTK1EJKS
HONOLULU
Francisco Agents THE NEVAD
BANK OP SAN FRANOIBOO
DBAW KXCnAMQE OK
BAN FRANOISCO Tho Nevada Bank o
Ban Francisco
LONDON Tho Union Bank of London
Ltd
NEW YORK American Exchange Hft
tlonal Bank
CHICAGO Merchants National Bank
PARIS Comptolr National dEscompte do
Paris
BERLIN DrcsdnerBank
HONG KONG AND YOKOHAMA Hong
Kong Shanghai BanklngOorporation
NEW ZEALAND AND
Bank of New Zealand
VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER Bank
ol BritlBh North America
Transact a General Banking and Exohafs
Business
Deposits Received Loans made on Av
proved Security Commercial and Travel
ers Credit Issued Bills of Exching
bought and sold
Collections Promptly Acoountnd Vol
MORRIS K KEOHOKALOLE
LOUIS R McGREW
OFFICE NO 15 KAAHUMANU
Street Honolulu formerly A Rpsaa
United Btates Custom House
Btllco Accountants Searchers ot
Titles anil Gflnernl Business A cents

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