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wo tHEHOKOLULdlEPUBLKSAif, SATURDAY, OCTOBER fc igar. -a V 4SSli5"Ov. Aft , 3& EB: v - -?? whh iut.t, u?hilr irtrili straorer. ar- nnl in the pktarwqae garb of J a gtebe trottor, coastrtiBg ot a light colored twwd WcjWe suit, a brow feriBS ad alpisw hat, was the caw of jwTroteefi different kinds ol nmaMiM at tkf Paci&c Mail wharf yes- terdar afternooa a few miaates after the j rrnihm Nippon Mare left the dock en i to tk OrioBt. My name I 1L Craw-mean. and 1 betoog to that boat." excitedly exclaimed the rtraiu;r, rwfaiBg up to a bunch of iBspectors who remained on the ck watcMac the departure of the Nippon. Cmranman was a throacb passenger for Hongkong. lie bad daOied too ions with the aHwreateata -of aptown attraction. He failed to hear the warning wbiwtW of the stetunekip as she tooted her farvwelle atoost about 2 o'clock. The lines mrt cast off. The gangway wan lowered. Tfc Nippon moved away from the wharf aad M eotu& aboat a hundred feet in the mzeam when Crawwiann made his entree. He ant roxhed up to rajaadao. the "father of downtown tropical garden. "Ah. ay dear colonel, aad arc you also left upon thee hot ami hospitable aborea. esHtedly aked the belated trawler of CaoMriBes. who had his weataar eye iMtwcd apoa a trio of maio who were en route to Shanghai. "Jajr. yaa mistake my calling," was the modeae reply of the fruiterer. "My fommbxtfon m colonel in the Salvation Amy has expired U these many moons. Floobhdu toots too good to me to cause me to tear myaett away trom my nappy home." Crafaaiann'g antic on the dock finally resulted in a preconcerted movement towards securing a boat by which the man who was left behind might rejoin the ahtp'a company. A satire boatman bore In Crjuusatann was soon aboard. and was spcedinr toward the Nippon. A hery of younjr ladies tea&ad over the ship' rail and added words of encouragement until CrawnMBn was safely hoisted over the aide. An the Nippon passed through the channel the last seen of Crasemnnn was his rehameot warlnc of a hued bandana aa a parting aloha to a group of conraBwl companion who were really for his delay. Deserted the Mohican. The United States training ship Mohican arrived at San Francisco from a prolonged cruise, on September 23, says the CalL She left there ceveral months ago with about 400 landsmen aboard, who were to be taurht the art of manninc 1 tsUncle Sam's modern cruisers. Alwut noi pi tbia got Ured ol the job bciore tut teAet xvk out a month, and dsertwh f Thv are now liable to arrest at anv timt 'mud. and a two years tcrmrff t wit at Mare Nearly all of the landsmen who went out in the Mohican came from the Interior, a large contingent leing from Kan-Ra. and many of them had never seen a wnr ship in their lives before. U" at Mar Island, on the receiving shin it was bad enough, thev thought, but when the realities of a life at sea were thrust upon thera nil the glamor was gne. A few of them slipped away before the training ship stopped at Mazatlan. while a score took to their heels at Honolulu. A few more got away at Hilo and other ports, and when the Columbia river was reached on the way to Puget Sound, the number of desertions is said to have reached ftO. From Portland the sloop of war went to Puget Sound ports and a few mow of the men deserted.' Those who are left on board will, it is said, become good sailors, and they are now fairlv contented with their lot. The captain of the training ship would not take any chances, however, sui aaiored his vessel well over toward Goat Island, and shore boats were not allowed alongside. After a few days in the stream the Mohican will go to Mare Island, and from there her men will be transferred to the various vessels of the regular fieot as "onlinarv seamen." Aftw a few more cruises nnd with good conduct thev will be advanced to, "A. R. s" and may finally become petty officers. Touching Farewell. The Nipooa Maru. Captain Greene. Kot away for Japan and China promntlv ah. 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The steamship took two layover passengers from this port for Japan. She also had a large compliment of Chinese and Japanese in the steerage, who are returning from Honolulu to their homes in the Orient The departure of the vessel was by a good-sued crowd of tors. It proved quite a harvest for the W women, who reaped many shining from a large and anient contingent of mascalittc admirers of a coterie of youag mutes who were included among the through Passengers and were bound for China, whore they are to attend a faakloflaMe hoarding sehool at Shanghai. Daring the Nippon's tarry in this port the young wentea cansed a groat flutter amoae; the yanth and chivalry of Troly the farewell to the Nippon waa extreaioly touching. Sailor Seeks Damages. The 9k of Ileary Lanman acainst the Stramshin Company for Sr99 dasTO was concludod on 25h. ia Justice of the Peace Putin's court at San FraBrisco. The 4evelpeil that Lanman was triced up a the Oregeuiau when tlie chip lay of MoKtfcko. Taaaiau testified that he had broken o rule, ami he was la this by another sailor namrd KistML The defense offered no testimony In refcoM&t. as the ship is at sea. 'ihe owMrt will deduV whether the own-n of the vessel are HaWe for the arts of their eB4oyps. Chief Sea Port cf the Orent Ym NahaMna. chief enrineer of Tokio. Japan. a4 professor of emrfneerttu; ad MeduuMcs in the Uuiversitr of Tokio. recently arrired ia New lork eiry for tho purpose of ituoyins its wharf and traMyorttiUoB facilhlM. NakaJUaa experts to vWt eertala other American sea-ports b4 th make & careful study "of tike harbors of Loadon, Liverpool, Mar- IkJ. fteilfes nd otter European dries. lie says that Japan has suHeredVgreatly from a lack of harbor facilities. At the present time Li? ocean liners raust anchor tome distance off shore at Yokohama, and discharge their cargoes into email boats. They cannot corae within .twenty miles of lotio vchmt w at the head of a land- locked bay and near the months of three this bay. ranch as Xew York harbor has been dredged, the government of Japan hopes to make Tokio the chief seaport of net only the Japanese empire, hat also of the Orient. Oiler M tchell Injured. The steamer HanaleL which was to have sailed from her wharf at 5 o'clock yesterday, was delayed almost an noar oy tne serious accident to one of her crew. W. MitcbeU. an oiier, was busily engaged with the machinery as the vessel was leaving port. Through some miscalculation Mitchell's thumb was caught in the revolving engines. The right thumb was taken off below the first joint The nanalei had by this time reached the entrance to the channel. Learning of the accidenU Captain Pederson ordered the vessel put back and the injured man was conveyed to the Queen's Hospital, assisted by Chief Engineer Plate. In the interim another man was found to take Mitchell's place. At 0 o'clock the steamer proceeded on her way to Eleele and Hanapepe. Protection Against Extortion. A decision from the Treasury Department, received at San Francisco recently, intorpreta the law relating to advances and allotments of seamen's wages as to seamen shipped at American oorts on foreign as well asr American vessels, if treaties do not conflict. This brings the application of the law to British seamen at American ports, and is intended to protect them against possible extortion of keepers of sailors' boarding bouses. r ARRIVALS. f Friday, Oct. 4. Str. Mauna Loa. Simerson, from Hawaii and Maui ports. DEPARTURES. 3 Friday, October 4. Str. Hanalei. Pederson, for and Ahukini and mail and passengers only for Nawiliwili, at 5 p. m. Nippon Maru. Greene, for the Orient, at 2 p. m. Am. bk. Ceylon. Wilier, for the Sound. PASSENGERS ARRIVED. i Per. str. Mauna Loe, October 4, from, Lahaina. Maalnea. Koua and Kau W. M. Johnson. P. Schneider. Mr. Aki, W. K. Watamau. Mrs. TV. Foster, Miss F. Scott 1). Kauplko, Hattie Pohina. Miss II. Ke. Mrs. E. Hart, and three children. Miss I. Ferry. D. P. Dubose. K. R. G. llanderson, Dr. J. n. Wong King. Kwing Sing. F. H. nayselden. J. Kalaina, Charles Cockett Mrs. Charles Cockett and 5G on deck. fPASSENGERS DEPARTED.? 0 Per Nippon Maru, October 4, for the Orient II. J. Roscncrante, J. J. R. Okubo. For Koloa. per str. Iwalani, October 3 J. H. Boll. G. W Tatton, R. Carton, Mrs. John Bryant. A. DUE TODAY. I Str. Lehue. from Molokni ports, due in afternoon. Str. Kinau. for Hilo. due in afternoon. Str. Ke Au IIou. from Ffonokaa. Str. Noeau, from VTnimea. SAILING TODAY. t Saturday October 5. Am. schr. WTm. H. Smith. E. Smith, for the Sound, probably in the afternoon. SHIPPING NOTES. The Mauna Loa broucht the following freisht for this port: 350S sacks No. 1 suar and lr20 sacks No. U suRar for C. Rrewer & Co.; 1677 sacks A sugar and r41 sacks R sugar for W. G. Irvine & Co.: also 170 hsjs coffee, 100 Kirs taro. i bags ami. 2T pks tea. 77 bdles bananas, 40 tubs butter, 1 horse 'and 225. ukES sundries. Word was received la the city announcluR the raarriate of Lieut. G. L. P. Stone and Miss Catharine Linne at Trinltv Church. San Jose. September . Lleut. Stoue was well known here, havmr been connected with th Irnnnls I about a year apo. There will be the usual amount of sv tivity alonp the front today in consequence of the arrival of various island steamers. The Mikahala and Niihan. from Kauai, and the Ke Au Hou. from Hamakua. are all due this rooming. The hark Ceylon has finally departecL The Cevlon was delaved the rast fwr days owins to the desertion of a portion of her crew. Captain WiUer succeeded in gettinc away early yesterday morniajr for the Sound. The transport DIr was to leave Sa Francisco September ISth for Seattte. from which port she will take a cargo of forape to Manila.' The- schooner S, TL Alexander. Captain Jacobsen. left for San.. , Francisco last Tuesday evening-in, tow of the Leslie DlMNMW HMMf TV p H4" desdy. Wfed lisht; serth. BaMwia. Sai aiw ahost 120CO fes of aazr Eras Kahrisl. A gasoline Iaasd) was also shipped to San by fccr. as the lanscJi could aot h sate xtm si m. SJaoalci harbor. Ou Jfonday est the corrugated,, iron roof axsd plank Sconce at tfee ap?raisra warehouse -will be aold at auction." A new roof and cement fioor wSl fee arsons the improvements made to the ifsSdis?. The schooaer Mary E. Foster has about comoleted discsarzins mercsasdise' at Inaganl wttart. ate wut sail tor t&e Sound ia ballast when th work is completed. The steamer Ke An Hon was cargo at Hoztokoa T&nrsday. She was expected to leare on ner retura trip yesterday afternoon. ITackfeM & Co. wQl receive per bark Albert, now due. 2200 bags Hoar, and other food stuffs. Purser Ferjjuson of the Mikahala has been transferred to the HanaleL He ac companied that TessetTSj Dede and other ports yesteruay. The schooner Spokane was tied up at Allen and Robinson's wharf yesterday where she will discharge her cargo of lumber. The steamer Tfanalei -took a quantity of "freight and 500 tons of coal for island ports when she left yesterday evening. Fine weather was reported along tie Hamakua coast at the time of the departure of the Mauna. Loa. The Mauna Loa reported 2300 bags sugar left at Honokoa and 2,100 bags at huKutcaeie. " MOVEMENT OF STEAMERS. To Arrive; Dair. yamc. Front " f SIERRA.. San Fran - 10 PERU San Fran u lf ALAMEDA' San Fran " 22 COPTIC San Fran K 2fi AORAXOI Victoria, B- a " 30 AMERICA 3IARU.. San Fran " SO SOXOiLV San Fran Nov. 7 CITT Or PEKING. San Fran " ft ALAMEDA San Fran " 14 GAELIC San Fran " 20 VENTURA San Fran " 23 HONGKONG M San Fran " Victor5. R C. " 30 ALAMEDA... San Fran " 30 CHINA San Fran Dec.10 DORIC San Fran " 11 SIERRA San Fran a IS NirrON MARU...San Fran " 21 MIOWERA... Victoria, B. C. " 21ALAMEDA San Fran " 2G PERU San Fran To Depart. Date. Xame. For " S AMERICA MARU.. San Fran " S SONOj.A San Fran " PEKING. San Fran " 22 GAELIC San Fran " 23 ALAMEDA San Fran " 23 MOANA Victoria, B. C. 'Jit VENTURA San Fran Nov. 1 HONGKONG M San Fran ft CHINA San Fran 13 ALAMEDA San Fran lft SIERRA SanFran lft DORIC SanFran 20 MIOWERA . . .Victoria. B. C. 20 NIPPON MARU. ... San Fran Dec, 3 PERU SanFran 4 ALAMEDA San Fran 10 SONOMA San Fran 10 COPTIC SanFran IS AORxVNGI Victoria. B. C. 20 AMERICA MARU. 25 ALAMEDA SanFran 27 CITY OF PEKING. San Fran 31 VENTURA San Fran Honolulu Stock & Bond Exchanne, Friday, October 4. 1901 STOCIC MERCANTILE. Bid. Asked C Brewer & Co $.... $425 N. S. Sachs' D. G. Co, 100 I B. Kerr & Co., Ltd. 40 SUGAR. Ewa Plan. Co 25 25 Haw'n Agricul. Co.... 260 295 Haw'n Sugar Co 26 Honomu.. Sugar Co.... 130 Haiku Sugar Co 215 Kahuku Plan. Co 23 26 Kihei Plan. Co., Ltd... Ktpahulu Sugar Co... iio Koloa Sugar Co 170 McBryde Sugar Co 9 Oahu Sugar Co.! 128 Onomea Sugar Co 23 Ookala Sugar Co 9 10 Olaa Sugar Co., as.... 2 Olaa Sugar Co., pd... 12 14 Olowalu, Company 140 Pacific Sugar Mill 215 Paia Plan. Co "250 Pepeekeo Sugar Co.... 170 Pioneer Mill Co 95 Pioneer Mill Co.. as. . . . 25 Walalua AgricuL Co... 57 67 Wailuku Sugar Co.... 350 Walmanalo Sugar Co.. io6" Waimea Mill. Co 100 MISCELLANEOUS.. Wilder S. S. Co 90 100 I. L S. N. Co 90 tt n. t & t, r.n 100 rMutual Telephone Co.. 8 Oahu Rail & Land Co. 97 BANKS. First National Bank... 110 F. A. S. B. &. T. Co... 101 BONDS. Haw. Gov., 5 per cent. 9S H. iR. R Co. Con. 6 p. c. 100 H. R. T. & L. Co.... 100 Ewa. Plan.. 6 p. c. 102 O. B. & L. Co.. 6 p. c. 105 Walalua Ag Co., 6 p. c. 102U A Typical South African Store. O. R. Larson, of Bay Tilla, Sundays River, Cape Colony, conducts a store typical of South Africa, at which can be purchased anvthiu? from the proverbial ""needle to an anchor." This store is situated in a valley nine miles from the nearest railway station and about twenty-five miles from the nearest town. Mr. Larson saysr "I am Tavored with the custom of farmers within a radius of thirty miles, to many of whom 1 have supplied Chamberlain's remedies. All testify to their value in a household where a doctor's advice is almost out of the question. Within one mile of my store Jhe population is perhaps sixty. Of these, within the past twelve months, no less than fourteen have been absolutely cured by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. This must surely be a ecod.,, For sale by all drurrists and dealers. Ben-sort, Smith & Co, agents for HawaiL i Refrigerator Arrived hy the steamer aad containel a iae lot of the seaeaa's delicacies. Gut ot all kinds, fruits aad oysters. To get the best the E&xket affords, leave orders at his Hag street depot. Sahftcribers tof The HepuhUcan. not receiving Jheir papers promptly will coaler a faVor Ty aotifylng the Business" oMce. Telephone Main 218. '"Vfe" THE HAWAIIAN geiltiirilatiiritgiQ. SZXEtAi AGXXTS.TOS lei Heissklre Fire wm Go. of iautier, 1 1 $3,387,028.27. Sit! Esiitf Dttkrs. Lms wk m afpmrtiseesiritif. Inns 3 ai 4, Mclityrt liilding TTPRT'ATg.g Corner of Fort and King Streets. riDES? STTJT AND XOOH. - aJH xS I 2! ;' - DAT Pi ' 1 Sal 2? 5 al l cl 2 T ?? a.m. n. rtm.pja.Uura.j rlj Xonj33i 5.1U 1.6; 5 12.11.0J II S3 5.Sr5..! 8JE6 I ! j Tues. 16.06 i.i 3.56 U.e;l2.S7 5 .51 5.iS 9.61 I I TTed. 7.03 L8j.6.sri: a.za: 2.1S S.53K 9.5T Thur 8.C0 1.9 8.2S 0.52! 3.T 5.5 . 10.56 J Trf..U 9.03 1 8, 9.00 1.34 5.00 5.533.11 U.M I 8ar...,,K10.2S! 1.511 JW 2 52t 5.58,5.52 S.U'am. I p.ra. a.m. I f Sun 11.21 l.S.a.m. ojii 4.a.Ki,a.t3i u.mj ln.m. i Tiliao! 1 4) 0.30 5.i7( 7.08 5.53 5.' l.M Xast Quarter ot Uio Moon on the llh at 923 &.ta. HONOLULU Rapid Transit and Land Co. SCnOoLCniLDREN'S TICrlETS. Half-fare school children's tickets may be purchased from the Conductors on the cars, or at the Company's office on street. These will be pood for the transportation of school children up to 17 years of age in going. to and coming from school, between the hours of 7:30 and 9:30 a. m.t and 1 and 2:30 p. m. regular school days. C. G. BALLENTYNE, Manager, H. R. T. & L. Co. OAHU RAILWAY 1ND LAND GO TIME TABLE From and After January 1, 1901 OUTWABD Dally Dally Dally Dally Stations. ex ex Sun , Sun am am am pm Hocclultt 9U0 9:15 11:05 3:15 PearlCltr 83 9:18 11:10 3:7 Ewa Hill 103 12rfX 15 Walanae 10:50 1:13 Walalua 11:55 5:10 Kahuku ..... 13i32 6:15 pm 5 -JO 6-J I5WAB.D Dally Dallj Dally Dally Dally Stations, ex ex Sun Sou am am am am Kahuku 5:35 28 Walalua 6:10 2:50 Walanae 7:10 3:55 EwnMlll 6:50 7:15 lt05 1:32 Pearl City 6:15 8:03 1:30 i6 Honolulu 5:50 8:35 2 .-05 5:22 G. P. DENISON, F. C. SMITH, Superintendent P.& T. A. Tramways Time -Table, KING STREET LINE. Caru leave Walklki for Town at 5:45, 6:15, 6:45 a. m., and every 15 minutes thereafter till 10:45, 1115 and 11:45 p. m. from WaikikI go to the Punahou Stables. Cers leav Rifle Range or Pawaa switch for Town at 5:58 a. m. and every 15 minutes therafter till 11:08 p. m. Cars '?ave Fort and King streets corner for Palama at 6:10 a. every 15 minutes. after..tiH 11:25 p. m. Cars leave tor Palama only at 5 and 5:30 a. m. Cars leave Palama for Walkiki at 5:45 a. m. and every 15 minutes till 9:45 p. m., then at 10:15 and 10:45 p. m " The lltl5 p. m. from Palama forPunahon only goes to WaBdkl on Saturdays. Cars leave Fort and King streets corner for Rifle Range at "5:20 "and 5:50 a. m. Cars leave Fort aid King streets corner for WalMkl at 6:05 a. m. and every 15 minutes tfH.10:05 p. nu, then at 10:35 and 11:05 p. m. The 11:35 p. m. goes to on Saturdays oaly. BERETANIA STREET AND ANU VALLEY. Cars leave Punakos Stable for Town at 5:30 and for To.wn and Valley at 5:40, 5:50, 8:19. 6:29, 6:40, 7 aad 7:20 a. m. Cars leave C&ha College for Town and Valley at"t:3, 6:5S aad 7:10 a. ia. and every 18 wiaatee till 10:10 p. m. except the even boar aad half hoar cars which ran from the Stable. Cars leare Nanaaa Valley at. 6:10, 6:30, 6:50 a. aa., aad. every 10 siaates thereafter tlH lf;S9 p. m. Cars lave Fort aad Qeeea streets for PaBshoa Coiiege ar 6:85, 6:25, 6:45 a. m aad every lft mlHHtes after till 9:45 p. m. After that the cars ma to the 9taWe aa to 11:05 vt. hl. which ia .the hut ear from Towa. reacalag th StaMa at 11:M . . - ,& T V '. .. .A. The New England Bakery empToys two of the meat skillful and experienced vrhite bakers In the city to superintend their cake and bread department, Everything clean, wholesome and sanitary. Only the very best material and flour ud for making Gluten, Rye, French, and all other styles cf Bread. Thirty Leaves of Bread for One Dollar Doughnuts, Snails, Buns, etc out at 5 a. m. Cup Cakes and Lady Fingers out at 7 a. m. Jelly Rolls and Layers, Fruit Cake, etc, oat at S a. m. Custard, Squash and Pumpkin Pies out at 9 a. m. Lemon, Mince, Cranberry and Fruit Pies cut at 10 a. m. Chocolate Eclairs and Cream Puffs out at 11 a. m. Cookies and Macaroons cut at 12 .m. Artistic Wedding Cakes any Price. J. OSWAIiD IiTJTTED, MAMAGER. THE Honolulu Creamery UMITET). .KING ST., NEAR SOUTH, Are now prepared to deliver to any part of the city, absolutely pare. FRESH CREAM IS ANY QUAHTITY at the following prices; terms, net cash.: In quart bottles, 75c. In pint bottles, 40c In half pint bottles, 20c A charge of 5 cents will be made for each bottle in addition to the price of the cream, which will be refunded on return of the bottle. Special rates to dealers and Ice cream parlors. FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS, GENERALLY. TELEPHONE MAIN 216. letroBolltan MeatCo., Lid WS KING STREET. G. J. WALLER, Wholesale nnd Retail BUTCHERS and WAVY doiMTRAGTORS "wing lung. Fresh Fruits and Groceries K0N& BUTTER P. 0. BOX IsoiKkOHI COFFEE 924. GU4YA JELLY Goods Delivered to All Parts of the City. FRUITS BY EVERY STEAMER. Corner King and Alakea Sts. Fred Hanion Contractor and Builder. Jobbing Promptly Attendei to Germania Saloon Proprietors A. BECKER, 604 Queen Street, cor. South. EADQVARTEnS for Honolulu Prima Beer In botups and on drought. Alwsys Ice Cold. We can you the best class ot beer In town SSA&XE9 Importer of Japaftsi Provisisiis and W?3,Qlessil tlCQgli Oor. Smith aad Klig Sts. Tel Miii m. Honolulu, TL T. P. O. Box 912. T.HAMASAKI 53Z Beretanla Street. Oppcs.te Queen's Hospital. DYEING, CLEANING and REPAIR ING. v Sklllfal Workmanship .Best la Town. Looh Ho the Nama and Trr "HIn. E. W. QUINN PLUMBER Estimates furnished oa Modern PJumhlag. The Patronage of Owners, Architects and Builders Solicited. P. O. Box 162. 21S IMM-at SAY, BOYS I 3AT Uttff Ciniigi and Machine 6o's ram foh ei heels Rims put on from 1.50 up. Wheels jrespoked. $1.50. Any and every part of a wheel repaired as good s uerr fior low prkSs. 'FIIOIIE BLUE 721. Oceanic Steamship Go. TLME TABLE. The steamers ot this lice will arrive and leave tate port aa hrea4r: FROM SAM FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO. 190L 1SL SIERRA Wed. OeL 9 ALAMEDA ...,.We Oct. 1 ALAMEDA Sat, Oct 13 SONOMA Tae&, Oct S SONOMA WecL. Oct 39 ALAMEDA Wei. 0t 2J ALAMEDA Sat. Nfov. 9 VENTURA Tues, Oct 29 VENTURA Sat. Nov. 20 ALAMBDA ...."WL. Nov. IS ALAMEDA Sat, Nov. 29 SIERRA .Taes Nov. 19 ..." ...4...". ALAMKDA .....Wed; Doc 4 SONOMA TsDec lft y. In connection, with, the sallies ut tne above steamers me ageats arc prepared to Issue to intending passengera COUPON THROUGH TICKETS ny any railroad from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and fracx New York by any steamship line to ail European ports. FOR FURTHER PAiv.HULARS APPLY TO wm. g. rawiBr & CO. LLMHED GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO. Pacific Mail S. S. Oo. Occidental and Oriental S. S. Go. and Toyo Kisen lM& Steamers of the above Companies will call at Honolulu and taaTe thlt. port ca or abort the dates below mentioned; FOR CHINA AND JAPAN. ND?PON MARU October 4 PERU October 12 COPTIC October 22 AMERICA MARU October 30 PEKING, November 7 GAELIC November 14 HONGKONG MARU ....November 28 CHINA November 30 DORIC December 10 NIPPON MARU December 18 FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLJ TO H.-Hackfeld & Co;, E,ta. Agents. Canadian Australian Royal Mail Line. Steamers of the above line, running In connection with the CANADINA. PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, B. C., and Sydney, N. S. W- and calling at Victoria, B. a, and Honolulu, and Brisbane, Q aro DUE AT From Vancouver and Victoria for Brisbane and Sydney MIOWjdRA .: September 2S AORANGI October 26 MOANA November 23 On or about the dates stated above. THROUGH TICKETS issued from Honolulu to C&nada, United States and Europe. For Freight and Passage, and all general Information, apply to THEO. H. DAVIES & .0., Limited. GENERAL AGENTS, NEW YORK TO HONOLULU VIA PACIFIC COAST. TIE SPLEMDID HEW STEEL STBMEBS k S. S. OaliforniAn, 5000 tons, sailed from New York June 16, will load on Puget Sound about September lOfor Hawaiian Forts. . " T -.. S. S. American, 6000 tons, sailed.Augusfc 3. S. S. Hawaiian, 6000 tone, to sail October 20. Freight received at Company's wharf, Forty-second Street, Brooklyn, at all time. For Further Particulars Apply to H. Hackfeld & Go., Ltd. C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent. Jas. F. Moboas, Pres, Cecil Browk, F. HowtAOE, Sec, Cms. H. Auditor. W. H. HooosTreas. and ttgr. HUSTACE & CO ltd. Sdltfi ii nXEIifil; SIQTE, STEM and BUGXSIirS GML WKOWESALE A38D BETAIL Special Attenton triTen to Draying. "White and Black Sand. JTelebone Main 295 HEa?S ' CHJLKCS. THE tlomTAL: 2ESS FOR SAN FRANCISCO. AMERICA MARU October 8 PEKING CKtoherl5 GAELIC October 22 HONGKONG MARU ....November 1 CHINA ....November 9 DORIC . November 13 NIPPON MARU Novwnbor 28 PERU Dacamber 3 COPTIC Dscomher 10 From Sydney and Brisbane, for . Victoria and Vancouver MOANA, October 23 MIOWERA November 20 M QUEEN STRE Souta. AGENTS. HONOLULU.