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The Independent. (Honolulu, H.I.) 1895-1905, July 18, 1899, Image 1

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Oceanic Steamship Company
TIME TABLE
Tho Pino Passenger Stoamors of This Line Will Arrive and Leave
This Portias Horoundor
FROM SAN FRANCISCO
FOR SAN FRANCISqO
MARIPOSA JULY 19 MOANA JULY 21
AUSTRALIA AUG 2 AUSTRALIA AUG 8
MOANA AUG 16 ALAMEDA AUG 18
AUSTRALIA AUG 80 AUSTRALIA SEPT 5
ALAMEDA SEPT 18 MARIPOSA SEPT 15
AUSTRALIA SEPT 27 AUSTRALIA OCT 3
MARIPOSA OOT 11 MOANA OOT 18
AUSTRALIA OOT 25 AUSTRALIA OOT 31
In connection with tho sailing of the abovo steamers tho Agents aro
prepared to issue to intending passengers coupon through tickets by any
railroad from San Francisco to nil points in tho United States and from
New York by auy steamship lino tonll European ports
For futther particulars apply to
Wm G Irwin Co
LIMITED
General Agents Ocoanio S S Company
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO LTD
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS
KING AND BETIIEL 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 Wo shall at present
continue business at tho old stand of Castle Cooke and
shall carry a stook or
s General Merchandise
Hardware and Household Supplies
Art
Goods and Artistic Supplies
Picture Framing a Specialty
We are prepared to Estimate on Scales
from Eight Pounds up to Sixty Tons
MAIN OFFICE FORT AND MBECHANT STS
Messrs Castle Cooke retain an interest in the business and solicit for it
a continuance of the patrouage so kindly extended them in the past
Theo H
Davies Co Id
SUGAR FACTORS
IMPORTERS OP
General Merchandise
AND
OOMJISSIOltf MHlIjOHfL2SrT3
Igonts for Lloyds
Canadian Australian Steamship Line
British Foreign Marino Insurance Co
Northern Assurance Co Fire and Lifo
Canadian Pacific itailway Co
Pioneer Lino of Packets from Liverpool
35 Different Styles 1
GOLD OAK BEDROOM SETS
CHEVAU AND DUCHESSE
In Elegant and Varios Designs
Extension Dining Tables Parlor and Dining Chairs
JUST TO UAND PKIt P 0 ALLEN
GOYNE MEHRTEN FURNITURE COMPANY
J A MEHRTEN Manager
Vnintinlinfi 928 PI10RRRS8 BLOCK Cor Bnrt BerofaniaSts
ALOHA LAHUI STORE
I
Hayo on exhibition and for salo
Hawaiian Panoy Work Mailings Fans
flat Bnlds Calabuslias Etc
U73 Bobpol Blrest max Llllha lv
THOS LINDSAY
Call and Inspoot tho cantltui and nsetul
display pf coos lor pooents or for per
ianal use and adornment
TovK BnildluB Vaxt Street
MAY BUCKLEY
i
HONOLULU H I TUESDAY JULY 18 1899
Tho Charming Actress Wods Woalth
ily and Happy Hours it Away
in Honolulu
May Buokloy is a happy blushing
brido On the 6th day of June in
Ogden sho joined hands with W
H Garliok tho Shasta millionaire
and promisod to love him nnd let
him protect her Thero was no fuss
about the wedding There was no
orange blossoms no wedding cake
in boxes no wedding guests no
congratulations An obdurate
olauso in a theatrical edntraot made
socrooy a necessity and the contract
ing parties decided they would take
no ohances
Oharlos Frohman under whoso
direotign Miss Buokloy wooed for
tuno and won famo in Now York
and London has a contract with tho
little lady which reads You shall
not wed However when the
Shasta oil man knooked loud and
long at the tender trusting Buck
ley heart the fetching actress con
sulted her contract and found
nought agaiust secret marriages and
so the wedding in all secrecy was
celebrated
From Ogden Mr and Mrs Gar
lick went to Tallac Lake Taboo
and in strictest secrecy enjoyed a
two weeks honeymoon arriving in
this city yesterday niorrihig
Miss Buckleys name adorns tho
Palaco register Mr Garlioks sig
nature ornaments tho books of tho
Grand
On Thursday tho happy couple
sail for Honolulu and will in all
probability run to China and Japan
returning here in due time to per
mit the bride to get to London on
September 7 to open with Edwards
Gaiety Company in a now CllineM
operetta
The man thai even an iron bound
theatrical contraot could not sepa
rate from tho lady of his choice is a
Shasta oil and electrical man and
said to be worth at least a million
He owns the electrical power plant
in Shasta is a heavy stockholder in
the GalumoT Pottery Company
Ohio one of the largest pottery con
cerns in the world aud is also a
stockholder in the Calumet and
Heola copper mine
Garliok met Miss Buckley during
her season with Tho First Born
at the Alcozar Theatre and it was a
oaso of love at first sight He fol
lowed the lady when sho went EaBt
emphasizing his attentions with
numorous valuable girts finally
the Shasta mans perseveraSco con
quered and in spite of his fifty years
and gray hairs tho young aotross
linked her fate with his
Tho aotress stipulated for one
condition She was to be allowed
to continue her theatrical career
This is MIbb Buckleys second ma
trimonial venture A little moro
than a year ago she was divorced
from Frank Olaylon who was then
liko tho lady a member of tho Alca
zar Stock Company Miss Buokley
oonlinuod her career of triumph on
tho local stage and Clayton wont
with a road stock company as lead
ing man
When Belasco took The First
Born in New York and then sont it
raoing to London Miss Buokloy
wont along to play the role of tho
Chinese slave girl Frohman reoogn
izod in tho California girl unusual
talent and gavo hor opportupitios
with Annie Russell and John Drew
Hor success with thoso starswas in
stantaneous and so startling that
the Napoleon of managers resolved
to scqre with llor in Loudon It was
then that the deal at tho Gaiety was
consummated and tho iron bound
contraot permitting no exchange of
marriage vows was sigqed and seal
ed
But love laughs at managers and
at oontraots and May Buokloy writes
her name May Garliok S F Ex
ohange
iAJi - WAlli
A CABLE KOUTE TO AUSTRALA
SIA
British Egoria at Work
Surveying It
Tho British survoy Btoamer Egoria
arrived at San Francisco from Es
quimau B 0 on tho 7th Tho
English and Canadian Govern
ments are to establish a cablo be
tween British Columbia and Austra
lia which will touch at Samoa and
Hawaii The Egoria in now engaged
in tho work of surveying tho routo
She will go to Honolulu taking
soundings on the way and aftor
coaling there will proceed to Apia
From Apia the soundings will bo
taken to tho noarest point on the
Australian continent
The Egoria put in for coal Sho
will remain about a week and will
thon proceed nbout her business
Her coal capacity is very small and
this fact is going to give Captain
Smyth a groat deal of trouble She
left Capo Flattory about a week ago
and tho sounding were begun at
once When her blinkers aro filled
again tho Egoria will go the point
where sho left off aud continue tho
work of locating a bed for the cable
until her coal gives out She will
probably put into San Diego for a
fresh supply
The officers of tho Egoria aro tho
most expert surveyors in the British
navy and thoyarn taking great caro
in making tho soundings for the
proposed cable The undertaking
will probably occupy two months
before the survey boat reaches Bris
bane
The officers of the Egeria are
Commander Morris H Smyth Lieu
tenants H G J Sommerville Fred
G Learmonth G S C Simson and
Horace C Wutsbb Paymaster Ki F
0 Ames Surgeon Joseph Bradley
Chief Engineor E J Campbell aud
Boatswain James McGeaohy She
carries a picked drew qf sixty five
mon
The Egeria is a composite sloop-of-war
built at Sheerness in 1878
Sho is 910 tods displacement 1G0
foot long 81 foot 8 inahos broad and
13 feet 3 inches deep Her arma
ment is not very heavy and her coal
capaoity is only 100 tons S F Call
THE WAVEBLEY CLUB
A Xargo Attendance Requested for
Ita Quarterly Heating on Thurs
day
Tho managing committee of tho
Waverloy Club havo issued tho fol
lowing oiroular to members and sin
cerely hope that there will be a cor
dial response to it on Thursday
evening
TUE WAVEKLET CLUB
Honolulu July 17th 1899
Dear Sir Can you bo far oblige
the direotorate of the Waverloy
Club as to make it a point to bo
present at the quartorly mooting of
the Club on Thursday next tho
20th inst at a ooiooK p mT
Thero are aomo very important
matters to be considered in reference
to tho Clubs future and it is abso
lutely necessary that as many mem
bora as possiblo should bo present
at thoir consideration
Wo do not think wo are asking too
much of you to give ub a few min
utes of vour time to assist us in
making tho Club useful and bono
fioinl tp our rapidly growing com
munity and pleasant for its mem
bers Yours faithfully
A V Geak Frosident
Jas T Jopeland
Secretary
A B SaniMOEOun
Financial Secretary
H J Gallagher
Troasuror
Wm Hobaob Weight
Chairman Hall and Entertainment
Committee
Kentuckys famous Jessso Moore
Whiskoy unequalled for its purity
and excpllenoo On sale at auy of
the saloons and at Lovojoy Co
llatvllint Inrf jtrrnnta fnr n hfltxuAAn
I Islands
i f try TifFfmWi ifnpir
THE INDEPENDENT
Vol IX
No 1251
J
Wilders Steamship Go
IjIMitejd
STirEayEHIRe
KINAU CLAUDINE HELENS MAUI
H AAV All LEHUA KILAUEAH0U
M0K0L1I
TIME TABLE
Stmr KXNATJ
FREEMAN Commander
MOLOKAI MAUI HAWAII
Will leave Honolulu ovory Tuosdoy
at
t i tvaunoKtucai iana
jna Maalnea Hay Klhol Makcna Ma
hukona Kawathao nnd Laupahoehoe
arriving nt Hllo Wednodnv oveuing
Returning will sail from Hllo every Fri
day at 0 oclock p in touching nt above
named ports arriving nt Honolulu Satur
day nights
Will call nt IohoikI Puna once each
montn
Stmr CLAUDINE
CAMERON Commander
MAUI
Will leavo Honolnla evory Tuesdays at D
p m touching at Lahninn Knhului No
hlku Hann Hnmoa and Kipshuln MatrL
ltHturnlng touches at Hana Knhululand
Iabnina arriving at Honolulu Sunday
mornings
Will call at NUu Kaupo onco each
month
The popular ronto to tho Volcaio
Is via Hilo S40 for tho vouHd
trip including all oxpeMW
Stmr LEHTJA
BENNETT Commender
MOLOKAI MAUI LANA1
Sails every Monday for Eaunakaknt Ka
malo Mannalel Kalaupapa Lahaina
Honolua Olowalu Returning arrives at
Honolulu Saturday mornings
Consignees must be nt the Landings to
receive their freight this Company wil
not held Itself responsible for freight after
It has been landed
Live fragile nrtloles plants and
liquids received only nt owners risk
lnis Uompanv will not be resnonsible I ot
Money or valuables of passengers unless
placed In the care of Pursers
tW 1assengers are requested to par
chase Tickets before embarking Thosli
falling to do so will be subject to an add-
tiorml charge of twenty five per cent
The Company will not bo liable for loss
of nor injury to nor delay in tho delivery
of baggage or personal eflectsof tho passen
per beyond the amount of 10000 unless
tho valno of t e aamo bo declared at or
before the Issue of tho ticket and freight
is paid thereon
All employees of tho Company are for
bidden to receive freight without deliver
ing a shipping recoipt therefor in tho form
prescribed by the Company and which
may be seen by shippers upon application
to the pursers of the Companys fcfteamers
Shippers are notified that if freight is
shipped without such receipt it will be
ooibly at the risk of tho shipper
This Company reserves the right to
mako changes in the time of departure and
arrival of its Steamers without notice and
it will not be responsible lor any consa
quences arising therefrom
0 L WIGHT President
BBROBKBeretary
OAPT T K CLARKE Port Bupt
QLAUS SPBE0KKL3 WMQIBWIK
Glaus Spreckeis Co
BAJSTICH3HS
HONOLULU
Ban Francisco Aaei
NATIONAL BANK OF BAN FXANCIBQO
DBAW KXCUAHOB ON
BAN PKANOISCO The Nevada National
Bank of Ban Francisco
LONDON The Union Bank of London
Ltd
NEW YORK American Exchange Na
ttonal Bank
CHICAGO Merchants National Bauk
PARIS Oredlt Lyonnala
BERLIN Dresdner Bank
HONG KONG AND YOKOHAMA Honf
Kong Shanghai BanklngOorporatloB
NEW ZEALAND AND
Ilank of New Zealand
VICTORIA AND VANOOUVER Bana
of Ilrltiah North America
Transact a General Bankinp and flxchar
Btuineu
Deposits Received Loans made on Av
proved Becaritv Commercial andTravel
ers Credit issued Bills of Etchangc
bought nnd sold
aiilotlnn Promptly Accounted IM
MORRIS I KEOHOKALOLE
OFFICE NO in KAAHUMANIT
Street Honolulu formerly A Rosas
nfllco Uulted States Custom House
lirokerB Accountants Bearofceru ot
TUIm mxy QpT BUSltiyt ASUtt
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