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THE HONOLULU XEFUBUCAlf, ERIDAY, OCTOBER i 1901.
TO S 'a t vSWJawrt g A swat AL . ! CCLINAKY artist of Ethepian extraction, who has ba aukiaff kk mkirnrr ia Usaolahi for aral Moatlu past, has aboat arrired at l ta cnadasioa taat a aa a large oa ki aaasa a hoodoo, wfak be claims has been petaMMeatir ptayin tag wiUi Ms fatart ataapwrtty. to aoea extent that raiaatfoa almost stares him ia the fao. The gentleman vf ovior baits from the sonar tJopea of the Cumberland of Teaacaat. Smoe the days of his early joeta he has followed the vocation of cook. That be powaancs a fall and complete nsderxtandior of the or am aaarawnr has bees proper! attested by those who have come into eoatact with his proaact and skill. The last Job held down by the cook was aboard a ailiac waI vrfaien reach-ad thia port dorlne the latter part ot Way. Since that time the eoncoctor of Xbip ew aad bniidVr of atom doff has maaiaed ia a state of "inoevoos at a well kaown saltwater eheriabinc the hope that a ship woqk oome alons whkk would are the nereaaity of harinr a man aboard who could produce a bill of faro fluH woold make the raffled spirits a aOora ta sabaide and cwat a delislitftii oilm of contentment to perradc everywhere, from the bowsprit tip to the Mra's post. The cook has proven a nichtmare to all the ahipaiac masters, crimps and Marero of the variomt sailor on the waterfront. He ha ade life a burden and a delirium to the men who endeavor to furnish help af either aaton or non-union persuasion to vamaU ia port The man from Tenneaaef has only onp beaettinic sin. He has a "Rift of tlto rab" which weald cause the speller of a side show to tarn green with rnry. He a voice which has the propenaibes of a ten ton derrick. From a Ions distance standpoint the conversation of that cook is spoken of as marvelous in its grandeur and density. When he comes aboard a vessel staM and sedate skipper take to the fo'cas'le in order to avert the uproar. Tempmtnous and boisterous mates are silenced aul take the very back row. The fussy and pometimea uproarious donkey ensine. rives a few disgruntled little paj3 and knorks off for the rest of the day. blasts which have rtood the strain of ferre sales shiver and wobble about in their steepinaa. while the crew co up town and snek conraiation in viewing schooners which require hut little effort In dischargfnc In the past week, the Ethopinn cook has been presented to the skitters of at least half a down vessels. His has been extolled iu relolent word painting. The galley engineer was prevaAVd upon to remain silent through the introductory period. This over and at the first eruption of that far reaching voice, dark clouds of trouble Immeulatelr put in an appearance. The Tennsotean being wound ut never halting for breath until he luiri told the sad. sweet storv of "The Blasted Pros necta at Ersstus Jobnmn. or How I Burned tb Beans." At the end of the first hour I?ratn invariaMv stood utKn the freshly crulded deck alone bolowing family historr by tlie yard. His reputation for rapid fire talk has unread from Railway wharf to the Pilot ho nee. There is now mmdc talk aniom. the cooks' agents of emoloriuc some face bleach, a copper riveted bridle cspeeialh designed for a ball bearing tonsiav with the hope of palming off the scullion superintendent as a deaf mule who has put In four years as nchr In youns ladies cooking school n the meantime MJaetus tlare not take hie Hot bee and go because they are mortgaged. Kick Against the Searchlight A complaint has been filed hy pilots and snipping men acainst the practice of these operating the big search licht on Pacific Heights and throwing the stream of illumination on jncoming shins to this port. The plea is made that the light is mot Minding. anV greatly endangers the vessel in reaching the inside of the harbor in saftt.x. Tt i reported that the Pacific Mail steamei (Sty of Peking, entering the harbor Ttteewav night, was in great danger of tdHng no the reef in of the light being thrown on the vessel continuously while outsWe the harbor. The matter has been presented to the managers of the Heights, with the reqnet that it be given the earliest attention. Useless to Demure at Exclusion. AVith each arrival of steamships from Oriental ports, the local force of inspectors and guards are repeatedly aanored by the persistent demand of Chinese and Japanese to board the vasseJs while they are docked at Honolulu wharves. From time to time many prominent business men of Asiatic birth have been refused permission to go upon the docks at sixvified periods with the result that there has always been muck muttering and discontent upon tho part of the persons who were kied privileges usually accorded to CsUaafaUaaaallMt There ia no race discriminations as far as the- wen connected with the customs son-Ire are canceraed. They are placed an the docks for the express punxxe of aftfistiacitt the enforcement of the United States laws and reculations iaunicration. and the 'collection of duties levied on goods from foreign parts. It ts said many protests have been Sled by uroauaeat Chinese aad ia oftctal capacity because they have' been excluded from the wharves during such time as an Oriental steam-ship wa doeklac aad discharging aad cargo. CVdierror Stackable states that his authority for keeping the Orientals from the docks is absolute. MOur instructions from Washington ia retard to this matter are awst emphatic " said the Collector. They go even further, and the cu!os iatctors are instructed to keep nay pa from the wharves whom tt.ey have reafrfta to swspect are there for the purpose af defeating the ends for which the ut4on service k intended. As it K there are already too many loopholes through which the Failed States way be disregarded, hence I& veeved necessary in allowing oersons on the dock, at which vessels 1 from Asiatic pom are moored, until Jess severity Is incorporated la ta iasrs botweea this couatrv and the Orient, the same decree of vigilence will be repaired from the guards, aad aad Japanese will bf rehired to abide by the regulations which are at the head of the customs at Wafthinytoa." The cases of Chinese interpreter "Willie Crawford and several others of more recent date were cited by the colector as sfcowia? how the repaMtmns were enforced. Coast Survey a Huge Joke. The trials and tribulations of a coast surrey officer are set forth in amusinc fashion In a communication to the tory of the Army and Navy Rerister bv Arahur H. Datton, late first watch of- ncer. u. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey. Among other things touched upon, the writer says: Difficulty in restraining my sense of hctnor compels me arain to ask the iHiamy 01 your columns as a safety-valve for my pent-up mirth in re the United States Coast aad Geodetic Survey. The jelly sea dogs who now" almost exclusively officer the ships of this entertaining servke are among the bravest men I ever saw. The aboslntelv fearU way in which they undertake to juggle hub nauucai nomenclature commands admiration. With rare exteptions. the assistants and aids in the Coast Survev (these two grades forming the aristocracy pf the service) scorn to lower themselves i frankly seeeking information, and having things explained to them. Thev prefer the attitude of inborn omniscience. The results are funny. In ft heedless moment. I once asked one of m "captains" for permission to "heave short." From what happened later, he immediately inferred that to "heave short" meant to get underway, awl such orders as "heave short and proceed to so-and-so." etc.. were a jov for him to issue for some time after, until I broke him of the habit bv reporting, one day. that I had "hove hhort." and then awaiting for furUmr orders. He tumbled after a few moments of intense agonizing silence. They still find givat difficulty ia the habitual "upstairs" and "downstairs," for "on deck" and "below." They have gradually acquired familaritv with sneh names ns "top-mast." "yard." "helin." "hnlrArrls" , 'ut progress beyond that has een verv iow. i)n the square-rigged Pathfinder ind Patterson their troubles are awful. They have made some acquaintances with the gear of a fore-and-aft sail, hut a N hopeless. Except when one if the few remaining sea-faring officers has the deck, the Itoatswain or one of his nates always makes and takes in sail. The boatswain on a Coast Survey ship the nrsent dav is indeed an object of itv. He has his hands full and his responsibilities are enormous. lie would Ke cheap at $200 a month. The people at headquarters in are ven worse than those on the hips. Their ignorance, extremely dense, lacks even the opportunities for remed afforded by life on shipboard. They are uniformly amusing, though. T usually ried to make niv official reports in simile 1nst!( bnt could not always do so ind I noticed that everv item in which I was compelled to 1h techincal was ignored. Thus, when T had occasion to refer to the "vertical clins on the second lntrcostal longitudinal." I . heard no more from them. I hazarded the in of some compass reports once. I wish I could reproduce the ment It was sent, though, to mv com manding omcer. to whom I had to return it. Hank relative and positive is a knot to these people. Efficiency fers much from the chaotic state duced by the indefinite arrangement of the various officials, among whom are assistants, aids, watch officers, deck officers, clerks, nautical experts, recorders drafts men, surgeons, engineers, etc. A circular was issued some time ago. attemntanc to establish rules of "precedence" on "occa sions of ceremony": but it did not make adequate provision for the numerous cases of n "t" that are bound to occur when wrsonw of the same relative rank eet to-Tether. There was a striking and esse of this in Seattle n few months ngo. when a steam launch from the Patterson, containing, besides coxswain and crew, three Coast Survev officers, with f steamer. The three officers were an a"d a nautical expert and a pilot. The question as to which ranked and hould take barge was a nkotty one but the aid and the nautical expert promptly solved it b lumping overboard and swim-mine to safety, leaving the pilot who was nn old. experienced sea-faring man. to work ot the rest of the problem, which he did. and launch and crew were saved - The nautical expert, by the way, had icver been to sea until he got his In the survey a couple of years aco. He loned un for his examination and knocked it. The character of the examination was a mystery I have never cleared ud. The present Coast Survey fleet is a huge joke. But I am truly thankful for my comical experiences in it, for were it not for the relief for mental strain offered bv the ludicrous side of tlie situation. I should long ago have been driven, raving, into a padded cell. And a if the pest were not funnv wouch. there has been an aftermath in the attitude of some Coast Survey officers toward rae nersonallv since your publication of niv previous letters. The thereiu have evidentlv jolted thee gentlemen, for thev now either cut me or else cast at me the deadly cay of a lasUisk. f I wonder though, if any Coast Survev Intellect knows a basilisk from a basilica r ARTHUR IT. DITTPX. Lite First Watch Officer. TJ S. Coast and Geodetic Survey. Nagasaki Files a Protest. In future co discharged soldier or civilian emplove. receiving transportation t ericfv bv wv of Javrtn, -will-be permitted to so ashore iu Nagasaki. The order to this effect' was iued from division headquatiers at Manila some time aro, in accordance wUh instructions received from the War Department. In -the pat. especially during the time that the voluntrr regiments were lome. soldiers were permitted to land at the Japanese ports, and in most vHMIMv niMf Iw ctar. Wisi orthaii cases tier ict f wiirr so sadd at theii laarty obtuse Iwerry that, to csa af slasac expresaieB. tier proceeded to pot the on lie fcnn," Xot icfrsgseatly soldi'ra tad dlachargfd saidiers failing ta return oa board the tr4Bspsrts. were fef t ia Nagasaki, to be -supported by it Japanese JEOTernaiect cstfl tie armal of asothcr transport. The Japanese rreraiaent Easily protested at this and Indented, rather that it would be just as well satisfied if in future tie American sol dser refrained froai Tisidns its bloossing short. Hence use order nsenbocM, and ia future the American can only P at th shores of Jaoaa with Jontiar. and guess at the joys of th Na gasald tea houses. Speculating Upon Alameda's Arrival. When the Alameda, arrives at this port from San Francisco her new en gines will be in charge of a crew from the Risdoa Iron Works of the latter citr. There was some disposition along the water front yesterday to believe that the Alameda will make her appearaace today. It is also contended, however, there is really no necessity for the Oceanic boat to attempt a record breaking trip to the Islaadk. and that she will reach Honolulu early Saturday mornin? as previously scheduled. The- vessel is expected to bring: a large number of passnsers and a quantity of freight. Trans-Pacific Rivalry. In view of the fact that the Pacific Mail Steamship Company is aliout to put a steamer of more than 10.000 tons on the service the Toyo Kisen Kaisha. of Japan, do not wish to see a larger steamer than their own on the line, have resolved to build a steamer of more than 10,000 tons. The Japanese company hope to obtain the necessary funds without resorting to the assistance of an assessment on stockholders. Steamer Service From Coast to Hilo. The report comes from San Francisco that the steamer Enterprise, which has been covering the Panama run from that port for some time past, will be given a general overhauling and then will be placed on a run between the coast port and Hilo. The Enterprise will burn oil as fuel, and will have enlarged passenger accommodations. The new line is expected to be in operation by the first of the year. The inauguration will be hailed with delight by business men of the Rainy City. Hawaiian Line to Burn Oil. The American-Hawaiian Steamship Company are considering the practicability of fitting the new steamships and Nebraskan for burning crude oil as fuel. It is contended that the adoption of this kind of fuel will greatly lessen tlie cost of navigation. The salaries of some thirty coal passers will he dispensed with while compara tively few men will be required to attend to the oil burners A great saving in tKe cost of fuel is also predicted. I SHIPPING NOTES. A The American schooner Henry llson took on an amount of ballast yesterday, md sailed for the Sound in the afternoon. Tlie barkentine W. II. Dimond, Cap tain Hansen, expects to get away for San Francisco before the close of the week. Ballast is being taken on by the ship Florence, now stationed at Railway wharf. She is expected to get away for Tacoma today. The Wilder steamer Maui leaving for Hawaii yesterday evening carrier about 17o tons of milling machinery for the Olaa plantation. The schooner Wailua was cheduled to sail for Kauai ports last evening itli a general cargo, consisting of some I imber and merchandise. The bark Albert will take a quantity of sugar in her return trip to the Coast. Captain Griffiths expects to leave this lort along about next Wednesday. The schoouer Concord brought a goodly amount of sugar from Hawaii ports yesterday. The cargo was put aboard the California now at Railway wharf. Captain Aas of the briz Geneva, has completed the work of discharging his vessel. Tlie Geneva will probablv leave for San Francisco in ballast Saturday. The German ship Sirene has been at Railway wharf, where she is discharging a quantity of saltpeter and ammonia. The Sirene will probably take ballast for Portland. The ship Antiope. which arrived at Kahului on October flth, with a large quantity of coal from Ladysmith, after 7 days vovage. has not yet completed the discharge of her cargo at that port. The Inter-Island steamer James Makee. now on the Marine railway, is to be xiven a thorough overhauling. A new-stern will probably be placed in the Makee before she leaves the hands of the repairers. Tlie garbage scows are being towed to sea by Young Brothers launches owing to the territorial tug Eleu being laid ui for repairs. Tne Eleu will have a new crank shaft placed in her before fche resumes her towing business. O O ARRIVALS. O O Thursday, October 17. Schr. Blanche and Ella, from Kauai at 0 a. m. Wednesdav. October 1(5. Schr. Concord, from Paauilo at G:30 p. tn. DEPARTURES. O : O Thursday, October 17. Str. Mlkahala, Gregory, for Eleele. Makaweli. Waimea and Kekaha and passengers and mail only for Koioa at 5 p. m. Str. Maui. Bennett, for Hamakua ports and Hilo. at 5 p. m. Am. bkt. Planter, Chase, for the Sound in the P. to. Sch. Moi Wahine for Paauilo in p. m. Schr. Waialna. for Kauai ports in the p. ni. Sch. Henrv Wilson, Johnson, for the Sound iu ballast. O- -O I SAILING TODAY. ! Friday, October IS. Str. Manna Loa. Simerson. for Maalaea. Kona and JKan at nooa. Sch. Blanche & Ella for Haaalei. ia the p. tn i Happy Is. the san irho can't borrow trouble. rr$flt4aIia WCft fc W Tasrsdcy, Oct IT, 15. stock: MntCAXTIIJL BL As4 Brewer 4 Co...--. $..-. W25 SUGAJL Ea Plaataifoa Co.- 23 Haw'n Sugar Co...-.- 25 Hoaoaia Sugar Co.- 139 Honokaa. Sugar Co..- 10 Haiku Sugar Co ..... 210 Kainku. Plantation. Co. . 23Js 24 KThei Plan. Co 9 Kipahdn Sugar Co ioi" McBryde Sugar Co. Oahu Sugar Co........ ..... 125 Osomea Sugar Co..... 23 Ookala Sugar Plan. Co. ..... "ion Olaa- Sugar Co. as.-.. 1? Pacific Sugar Mill 210 Pala Plantation. Co 230 Pepeekeo Sugar Co.... 15 walalua AgricuL Co... os 62& Waimacalo Sugar Co.. 150 MISCELLAXEOTJS. Wilder Steamship Co.. SO Inter-Island S. N. Co 20 H. R. T. & L. Co..... 100 Mutual Telephone Co.. 8 Oahu Rail. Land Co 9S BANKS. First" National Bank; 110 First A. S. B. & T. Co 102 BONDS. Haw. Govt. 5 per cent 9S H. R. R. Co. Con. 6 p. c. 100 H. R. T. & L. Co.... 100 Oahu R. & L. Co. 6 p. a 104i Walalua Agrlcul., S p. c 162 MOVEMENT OF STEAMERS. To Arrive. Dale. Xante. From " 10 ALAMEDA San Fraa " 22 COPTIC San Fran " 20 AORANGI Victoria. B. a " 30 AMERICA MARTJ..San Fran " 30 SONOMA San Fran Nov. 7 CITY Or PEKING. San Fran " 0 ALAMEDA San Fran " 14 GAELIC San Fran " 20 VENTURA San Fran " 23 HONGKONG M San Fran " 23 M0.4VA Victor. R " 30 ALAMEDA ". San Fran " 30 CHINA San Fraa Dec. 10 DORIC San Fraa " 11 SIERRA Saa Fran " 18 NIPPON MARC.San Fran " 21 MIOWERA. . .Victoria. B. a " 21 ALAMEDA San Fran " 2G PERU San Fran To Depart. Date. Xante. For 22 GAELIC San Fran 23 ALAMEDA San Fran 23 MOANA Victoria, B. C. 20 VENTURA San Fran Nov. 1 HONGKONG M ....San Fran 9 CHINA .....San Fran 13 ALAMEDA . San Fran 10 SIERRA ... San Fran 10 DORIC San Fran on AnnwETii Victoria, B. C. 20 NIPPON MARU San Fran Dec 3 PERU ..San Fran 4 ALAMEDA San Fran 10 SONOMA SanFran 10 COPTIC SanFran IS AORANGI Victoria. B. O. 20 AMERICA MARU.. San Fran 27y ALAMEDA San Fran 27 CITY OF PEKING. San Fran 31 VENTURA San Fran Gay Jenkins. John C. Jenkins has issued invitations to the marriage of his daughter Marie Jane to Llewellyn Napela Gay, at St. Andrew's Cathedral, Saturday evening. October 26, at 8 o'clock. The bride is a young lady of many friends. The grorm is in the customs service. Fourteen Qualify. Fathers Boarman and Magevney, at present at work at tho Catholic Cathedral, are qualifying a class of adults for taking the first communion. There are fourteen members of the class as at this time constituted. Military Election. An election -will be held In Com pany B. N. G. H., on the evening of November 4 for a captain, first and second lieutenants to succeed thi present line officers -whose commissions have expired. i a a ' DIED. BALDWIN At Hamakuapoko, Maui, October 16. 1901, Leslie Alexander Baldwin, son of H. A. Baldwin. Age, 3 years and 5 months. Stricken With Paralysis. Henderson Grimett. of this place, was stricken with partial paralysis and com pletely lost the use of one arm and side. After" being treated by an eminent physician for quite a while without relief, my wife recommended Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and after using two bottles of it he is almost entirely cured. Geo. R. McDonald, Man. Logan Co., W. Va., U-S. A. Several other very remarkable cure of partial paralysis have been effected by the use of this liniment. It is most widely known, however, as a cure for rhepmatism, sprains and bruises. Sold by all druggists and dealers. Benson, Smith & Co., agents for Hawaii. A girl's Idea of a flatterer is a mas who is always saying nice things ta other girls. Just Received PER S. a. WILDER A Large Shipment OR-3 SPECIAL AND EXTRA SPECIAL FINE OLD BOURBON AND SOURMASH WHISKEY. This -will be disposed of to the trade in quantities to suit. mrOKTEfc 5? CCIULLT FOR FrtniLT USE. &01ES & McTliHE 15 KINS ST. rllMEMlIKitf. St - THE HAWAIIAN ,Rgslt aniMitiritg & gUrXXKAT. ASXXTS TO Ntw MM Fire mm Go. fl Isitt, 1 1 ASSETS, $3,867,0267. Sttl Esiiii 1w wok n sraswritj. Ptoffs 3 ui 4, itliiyre EiMig "UPSTAIRS Comer of Fort and King Streets. XLDS, STJN AKTJ MOOJT. ! - -2 DAT 2' 31 3 ! E-ii 5j 2, "nj c; X r 1 - roll e H SI ss? I la.mJ Ft. r.m.pun. seta Mon- 2.1 4 Sl.10.ISlU.St 56, 3.36 7 B Tues.! 15, 3.21 3.2 5.00,10.M 13.20, .56 S.36 T.55 I , I Wed. ICJ 6.03 2.1 S.jU.lSj 1.U 5 .56 S.3S 8.(2 I TiiurllT 6.43 2.1 6ju.ss 2.16a .5? 3.34 9.30 Trl..,lS 7.37 2.0 U 3.2t .37 5.33 10.20 I Sat... 19 S3 l.S90M,l .5$ .33 U.12 I Suu 20, 9.33 l.T 11.03 2.16 3.10-S 53 S atfa m. I i M 21 VJJSS 1 S.a.m. 3 S3 1 3 iSji. SSlS.Sl ocs First Quarter of the Moon on the 20Ui at 7 :30 a.m. OAHU RAILWAY IND Ui 00 SZ2SC'&: , 2 &m SSaWliiaKl "tz -y TssBassBvv i - 3aSSMaFg. saaaaTli f ' " CLpWaTTjBlJaWBt TIME TABLE From and After January 1, 1901 OUTWARD Dally Dally Dally' Dallr Dally StaUcns. ex ex Sun Sun " am am am pm pni Honclulu 9U0 9:15 11 -OS 3:15 5 JO Pearl City -8:03 9:48 11:40 3:47 5 JO EwaMlll 83 lOrfS 12 .-00 4K 6:1 Walanae ..... 10:30 1:43 .... Walalua '11:55 5:40 .... Kahuku 12:32 G:1S .... ISWARD Dallr Dallj Dally Dally Dallr Stations. ex ex Sun Sun am am am am am Kahuku 5:35 2:08 Walalua 6:10 3:50 Walanae 7:10 3:55 EwaMlll ..... 5:50 7:15 1-05 4:32 Pearl City 6 US 8:03 1:30 4:36 Honolulu .. .. 50 85 2J 5:23 G. P. DENISON, P. C. SMITH, Superintendent. P. & T. A. Tramways Time Table. KING STREET LINE. Cara leave "Walkiki 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 "Waiklkl go to the Punahou Stables: Cers leave Rifle Range or Pawaa switch for Town at 5:53 a. m. and every 15 minutes tnerafter till 11:08 p. m. Cars ,oave Fort and King streets corner for Palama at 6:10 a. m. and every 15 minutes after till 11:25 p. m. Cars leave for 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 11:15 p. m. from Palama for Funahou only goe3 to "Walkiki on Saturdays. Cars leave Fort and King streets corner for Rifle Range at 5:20 and 5:50 a. m. Cars leave Fort ad King streets corner for "Walkiki at 6:05 a, m. and every 15 minutes till 10:05 p. m., then at 10:35 and 11:05 p. m. The 11:35 p. m. goes to "Walkiki on Saturdays only. BERETANIA STREET AND NUU-ANU VALLEY. Cars leave Punahou Stable for Town at 5:30 and for Town and Valley at 5:40, 5:50. 6:10, 6:20, 6:40, 7 and 7:20 a. m. Cars leave Oahu College for Town and Valley at 6:30, 6:50 and 7:10 a. m. and every 10 minutes till 10:10 p. m. except the even hour and half horn cars which run from the Stable. Cars leave Nuuanu Valley at 6:10, 6:30, 6:50 a. m., and every 10 minutes thereafter till 10:50 p. m. Cars leave Fort and Queen streets for Punahou College at 6:05, 6:25. 6:45 a. m., and every 10 minutes after till 9:45 p. m. After that the cars run to the Stable up to 11:05 p. m., which Is tho last car from Town, reaching the Stable at 11:30 p. m. To Men Who Keep flora There are quantities of business men in town who have to keep a horse to take them to -work and fetch them home again, who cannot afford to build a stable or don't care to To these we would like to mention the fact that our stable Is fire-proof, sanitary and up-to-date. Horses are well fed. Trell loolced after and treated right Our term3 are moderate. The Hotel Stables JAMES BROWN, Masager sat Prea'r. 23 Hate street. Tet. 1S1. lte. "b Thf liior Carriage mi iaohini Co, WOULD CALL YOUR ATTENT.ON OXX THE TACT THAT THET ftAPAIR and RENOVATE ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY mxiCATi. xassxtx ox acnrrjxE. ICaaafectursSTJCIXirOMS:, StXS, XODELS, Etc. Aa kT a HOSPITAL for SICSL "WHSST5,. nm sheet, tm mtel phoie blue 721. J. W. SCHOENING, - - - Manager Oceanic Steamship Co. TIME TABLE. , The steamers of this line ttIII arrive and leave this poet as haraaaJar; FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO. 190L . 190 ALAMEDA Sat, Oct. 19 ALAMEDA "Wed.. W SOXOilA WeL, Oct. 30 VENTURA Taes, Oct ra ALAMEDA ...Sat. Nov. 9 ALAMEDA.... "Wed, Nov I. VENTURA Sat, Nov. 20 SIERRA Taes, Not a ALAMEDA Sat, Nor. 29 ALAMEDA "Wed- De SONOMA Toes., Dec In connection with the sailing o! tne aoove steata&rs tae agaats are pared to Issue, to intending passengers COUPON THROUGH TICKETS any railroad from San Francisco to all points in the Uaitad Stales, and ft u New Yors. by any sieimship tine to all European ports. FOR FURTHER PA. UULARS APPLY TO WM. G. mWIN" & GO. LIMHED GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S, S. CO. Pacific Mail S. S. Co. Occidental and Oriental S. S. Go. and Toyo Kisen Kafefa Steamers of the above Companies will call at Honolulu aad Iave ic t on r abovt the dates below mentioned: FOR CHINA AND JAPAN. FOR SAN FRANCISCO. COPTIC- October 22 GAELIC OctoW ?: AMERICA MARU October 10 HONGKONG MARU ....Noverar PEKING November 7 CHINA GAELIC ...November II DORIC HONGKONG MARU November IS NIPPON MARU November : CHINA November 30 PERU Decerns ? DORIC December 10 COPTIC Decembr .' NIPPON MARU December IS FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TU H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd. Agents. Canadian Australian-Royal Mail Line. titeamers of the aboe Hr.o running in connection with tbo CANADA PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between B. C, and Sydnf. 3. W. and calling at Virtorta. B C and Honolulu, and Brisbane, Q sr DUE AT HONOLULU From Vancouver and Victoria for Brisbane and Sydney AORANGI October 26 MOANA November 23 a On or about the dates stated above. THROUGH TICKETS issued from Honolulu tc C&nada, United Si and Europe. For Frefgat and Passage, and all general information, apply to THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Limited. GENERAL jxVGENTS, American-Hawaiian NEW YORK TO HONOLULU VIA. PACIFIC COAST. THE SPLEM111 HEW STEEL STEAMERS S. S. California', 5000 tons, sailed from Now 1 June 16, will load on Puget Sound about September 1 Hawaiian Ports, S. S. American, 6000 tons, sailed August 3. S. S. Hawaiian, 6000 tons, to sail October 20. Frtight received at Company's wharf. Forty-second Street, & 'Brooklyn, at all tiaea. For Farther Particulars Apply to H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd. C P. MORSE. General Freight Agent , Jis. F. SfosoAX, Pres. Cecil Bbcx, Vice-Pres. F. Hcstace, ! . Cras. H. Athektos, Auditor. W. H. HooosTreas. and Mgr. HUSTACE & CO ltd. Mm ii FIIE100 J; STOIE, STEIN md BLACKSMITH'S f' I "WOLXSAXZ JiSD BXTAIL Special Attenton Given to TVbite and Black Sand. Telehone Main 295 From Sydney and Brisbane fee Victoria and Vancouver MOANA Octobt MIOWERA Novemb. Imsim H.L AGENTS. HONOLT QUEEN STREL xl -4 'at if L t. (:; vsp?;