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Wt THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 15. 1901.
fflH l 1 "! li- - r .S??7? -St'-W X w t"l , ST'Aei.?U ' ni. kj f v v via mj u tsa i u. JMI AlCM! & WM Vts HB Klnaa wharf tu takm by r atora yesterday afternoon. The attaching form coaaiated f nothlag wore or leas than aboat three hjndred ateeep. The animate were iB the Wilder Hner Ktnaa'a axKo of live freight brought roa ilififl. The rener shortly 1-fore ( o'clock yesterday afternoon M greeted by the usnal Urge crowd "f people. Th fun conusenoed a few minutes after the Teasel touched the Klnau harf. Hardly had the gang plank for the )Uiiiin been adjusted before there was a general skirmish on the wharf which was participated In lv a peaceful public that bad gathered oat of curiosity or to welcome n turning friends. There they come." shouted a man f'..m the deck of the Kinan. "Make way for the band wagon. plalated a man In charge of the 'iock. The cause of the tumult was soou ruanifested. The sheep brought on d.-ck were being transferred from the Ktnau to a specially prepared across the Esplanade. Down the gangplank lending from the forward batch deliberately stalked a. meek aad somewhat low spirted with a jingling bell about its t rk, and led with a string, by a man t whom the mutton was consigned. riose at the heels of the "bell came the untamed aralanrh "T rams, ewes and lambs. The horde soon overtook the leader and his tinkling cymbal. With a might rush came the wooley beasts. 'opts who a moment before were in the midst of fervent felicitations be- auae of a safe return from a very inrap community, broke off abruptly and made way for the animals. Then f 1 1 lowed a grand rush for cover by the Mnilors on the Wilder wharf. hours or more at sea had evident-In instilled Into the four-footed pa-it tigers some very frisky sentiments, consequently when the chance to their hind legs presented Itself Uf sheep made the most of the unity. The real hilarity of the occasion ' ,1 not manifest Itself until the on-i ishlng sheet lit Into a group of who were blocking the entrance to the wharf. brown fellow, struggling l.ndcr the weight of about two pounds of baggage, which had l. it crowded into a telescopic grip. as larg s himself, was hit vquarely amidships by a welt-seasoned ram. The Asiatic was knocked to the ground aad sheep aad Japanese were mingled win the dnst of the in picturesque confusion. The Knp and contents formed a suitable luxkade for several succeeding and after the third contact with I aUlng sheep a variegated array of ilaneae neressiUes and luxuries was I tought to light To gather up the assortment of Oriental belongings iis out of the question while the rush was on. The Jap I thankful that h got out of the c ime with a whole hide. Tbe circus didn't last aver fire min-ii. a. After the last "critter" had hounded on the wharf in forceful six-foot jumps, calm was restored. Hllo nv.i Honolulu again resorted to embraces. Overladen Asiatics once more took ap their burdens and tramped th.lr way up town. The sheep corralled across the Bsplaaade were artfully guarded against a fresh .-it break, while the ofllclals from the Klnau and the Wilder wharf held a reunion behind a friendly ice water lank and attempted to explain how it all happened. Kona Brings About Much Shifting. A small sled Kona has been in progress oh the water front for the past two days which has caused the waters of Che harbor to become very dirty as well as rough. The greatest trouble originating from the south vind. seentfi to have fallen among the email salting craft moored at the boat bouses. Several of the local white-King have been rhlfted from their moorings. The yacht Marion dragged her anchors vestcrdar aad came 1 a contact with the marine railway. Sh- suffered some slight damage to hold. The Pirate was also shift-' and enate bvoadstde upon the. wars. She sustained tome damage to hT on. Yacht men were busy yesterday in strengthening the farteulugs of their craft In shaping circles It w believed that the Koaa will prove of benoat to th overdue coal fleet now oat tho way from Newenstlo to Hone lain. Naval Increase and Expenditures. The annthor of batUMfcine and armored entfoers that should be In- ludM U the next authorised program cannot be lees thaa that proposed by the Board of CowKrveUoa. says the York Herald. The suggested additions really reproeeat only the minimus thai auet he provided annually until IMC. if the safety of the home coasts aad the carrylag lato f. fct of oer deeiardd foreign poMcy aro to be aeaared. There I aa ahoraative. If tho be WBWJIHag to create the necessary fleet by such regalar incroaso duilag th period, ratetivoiy brief. !t mast abandon the Monroe doctrine. give up all hope of coatrolUaj aa In-J . -J AMI I teroceanlc canal, and leave unprotected our trade and oar commercial vantage grounds in the F"ar Kaat. The phm employed by Congress of aotbortaiiig constructions spasmodically, or of postponing any increase la the interest of partisan politics, is perilous. Germany is the special maritime power that confessedly must not surpass us in fighting strength afloat, aBrf yet Germany, through a definite and logical program based en annual additions aad commensurate expenditure, is leering us in the great race. We may well take a leaf out of her book. Three, at times four, years of uninterrupted labor are required to finish armored vessels, and our of appropriating the total amount for each ship In the authorizing act is an unnecessary and a deterring financial expedient Only a moiety ran be usefully expended in the ear Her months, and annual, not gross,! amounts should be provided. This! will lighten the burden and reveal tho actual yearly cost of this national In surance. Britain's Tonnage Increasing. In a computation of the exports of all the principle countries in the world, it Is found, fays Engineering. that the value of all the exports from the contributing countries In 1SS6 increased In value by over 200.000,000 sterling by the time thev became Imports at their destination; and while some part of this Increase may be due to profits, insurance, etc a large proportion Is to be accounted for by transport charges. In 1SSS the cor responding advance a rough measure of the Avorld's transport trade was :S.0O0.tKH) sterling. The Increase here Is at a much loss percentage than the addlt'on to the volume of trade, indicating much cheaper transport It becomes of Interest to ascertain whether or not Britain's share of this great transport trade Is a relatively increasing or a decreasing quantity. The onlv method cf arriving at such a result is to take as a basis the tonnage of merchant sh'as entering Into, and clearing from, the harbors of different countries. In the case of the United States, the British proportion has in twenty years increased from 5.1, per cent to 57 per cent of the total the British tonnage frequenting American ports having gene up from 15.000 000 to 25.000.-000. The German tonnage has in creased from 24 millions to 4.01-1,000 way and Sweden, the other increases tons: but with the exception of barelv proportionate to the total. As regards the shipping in French ports, our proport'oi In twentv years has Increased from 40 to 47 per cent while the home tonnage has decreased by several points. In the case of Germany, we (Engineering) find that a very considerable Increase has been made In the total, and that the home tonnage bas more than kent pace with th's Increase, the proportion having gone no from 39 to over 41 n?r cent, while Britain's pronortfon hns decreased from 37 to 32 per cent As regards Russ'a. our position, continues vr contemuoran. has Improved but Italv bas cantuml th 1st proportion of the augmented tonnage frequrtlnc: her own ports, the ratio of Ita'icu tonnage having increased frcm 34 to 44 po cent, while ours hs decreased to 2C ner In the Belgian tonnage th? fore'gner has made greater progress than ourselves, due to German ships: while in Swsdn and Norway we fail tn hold our position; In respect to Holland our ha barely kept pace with the total tonnage. Facte About Flatfish. Flatfish keep their whito and blind side on the muddy or sandy bottom, and pretend that the upper and speckled side is a part of that bot tom. .This they do to avoid observa tion. says tho Marine Journal, for la spite of their awkward shapes they are swallowed at ight by pertlnt clous enemies, to the manifest discomfort of both. A grtwdy cormorant curling up and attempting to swallow a plnice, which trios to be as disobliging as possible, affords an object lesson not si on forgotten oa the way not to behave at meal times. But tho bird usually succeeds in its object, j Kauai ports yesterday nrrnlag re-and the datura, in spite of persistant ported fine wcathr prevailing on eaoit to retain its natural flatness, at the Garden Isle. The trin across the wsi disappears down tne round, tic tnroat ot tne cormorant With a view to avoid unpleasantness of this kind, soles are wont to hide them-selves in the sand, keeping only their eyos above the surface to act as unets. In reality, the dark surface of a sole, plaice or turbot is Its side and , aoi lis oacK. u is true that both' eyes aro visible, which Is not the case when a mackerel or a conger U laid oa its side, bet this Is simplv owing to the fact that one eve of a flatfish has. sine? the creature's birth, passed across what we may call the bridge of 'ts nose to keep company with the other eye. The wandering eve begins Its n at a verv earlv age so early, indeed, that It is a little difficult to detect it oa Its journey. A plaice a fifth of aa inch la length tad five days eld carries oae eve on each slda of Its oose; when three-fifths of an ich teag and aboat tiro coaths old the left eye has crossed over to the right side. Lecon soles, whea ose lack loa or to months old. have the left eye on the edge cf the fcad. hut wbea double that size aad six aoaths oid both eyes are found 02 the right st&e. A sole assumes its lopsided aspect by the time it hzs been hatched two months. When & turbot is half as inch la length tas right eye jest begins to' peep over the water arch of the bridge; at three-quarters of as lack ft is halfway across, aad at' an laeh the passage is compete, aad the two eyes !o fc oat from the left side of the head. "Daily Fake" Makes Trouble. A ftke story, and proaoeeced by customs authorities as being without the slightest foundations of truth. wheh appeared in the columns cf a saffron sensation monger a week ago. resulted in Weigher R. M. having words with Garret Grey, the local sgent for Alexander & Brown, the Newcastle coal firm yesterday. It seems that Grey was imposed upon by the raorniag paper, and made to say a. number of foolish things which greatly reflected upon the honesty aad integrity of the Federal officials, especially in the references to coal stealing along the waterfront. j Grey and Macauley met on the deck , r the Erlston yesterday morning. Grey was taken to task by the weigh er, and. requested to explain himself, and the statements reputed as coming from him. He refused. Then Macaulay told Grey what he thought of him. Several Vessels Overdue. Some little anxiety Is being manifested over the long delay of several vpssols flmrnrred in tho ronl rnrrvintr trade between Newcastle and Hono- lulu. The American schooner Churchill bound for Eleele, Is now 76 days out The Norwegian ship Prince Louis is now out 72 days from Newcastle as is the American schooner Novelty, both due at this port. While the vessels are not much overdue, nevertheless recent arrivals from the Australian port have made the voyage in much shorter time. The ship Carle-ton, now 41 days from Tacoma, is causing some speculation in shipping circles owing to her extended voyage. Rumors of Shipwreck. Rumors of shipwreck drifted about the waterfront with aggravating persistency yesterday. The report seemed to gain currency that the Norwegian ship Prince Lewis, now 72 days out of Newcastle, was ashore in the vicinity of Koko Head. The wild story was siftsd down and proved ground less. Many points along tbe wiud ward side of the Island were communicated with, but nothing unusual was brought to light. Gironde May Be Saved. It is reported that the schooner La Gironde. which recently went ashore on San Nicholas Island, may be saved with comparatively little difficulty. The vessel is lyiug in an easy position on a sandy beach, and was not seriously damaged by going nshore. Lugan is Promoted. M. P. Lugan who has been connected with the office force of the Inter-Island Steam Navigation company has been promoted to a much better position. He has been appointed purser of the James Makee, and crmplcted his first round trip with that vessel -yesterday. O- ! SHIPPING NOTES. ! o- A crew from the Makee placed a buoy at Kapaa on her last trip to Kauai. Tho bark Kaiu'anI now lying at Railway wharf will sail for the coast wiin sugar this week. The next mail from the mainland is due Wednesday, Dec. ISth. It will be brought by the Nippon Maru. The Ke Au Hou was reported discharging a cargo of rails at when the Makee left that port Tha T. K. K. steamship America Maru scheduled to leave this port Dec. 20th, will carry the next mail from Honolulu to San Francisco. Included in the freight brought by the James Mtkee was 22S5 bags of A. and 350 B sugar, 13& cases of kerosene oil. 30 bags rice and 19 packages of sundries. The Wilder steamer Maul is due to crrive in port today. The Maui has over 5000 sacks of sugar, and SO head of cattle from Hawaii ranches consigned to Iccal provision dealers. Purser Lugan of the James Makee reported ".?. following sugar left at K. S. M. U- 1300' McBrlde ilil. and P 1315 Purser Beckley of the Wilder liner Klnau. arriving from Hilo yesterday, brought the following freight: 29G sheep. 122 sks corn, 30 cords wood, 7S hogs and 275 pkss sundries. The James Make arriving from channel was without Incident o .rt ..I i - f PASSENGERS ARRIVED. From Kama. nr emr r. ke. December U. Dr. Wauzhun R. Richards and wife. From H Ho and war norls. n?r sieamer tvmau, cerember 14 Dr. Averd!m. Hon. H. Waterhouse. A Waterhouse, Mls F. Washburn J." Dillon. M. M. Stem, A. L. Howard. J. G. Smith, John Mann. Rev. S. L. Deha. Geo. Dearon. Kawamoto. Mrs. U Naluna, Hon. H S. Hanhes. James B. AgaTlz and wife. B Van E. J. Walker H. F. Wehselan. W. Rockev. A. Sladtlander. Mrs. EL and W L. Green, wii; and daughter. C. T Dav. R. h. Lons. a H. Fowler. N. a Wilfonc E. P. Low. J. O. Yo-in?. Ur. H. Vlda and three cbildrea,. Miss Vredenberg, Mn?. Diamond Head, 10 p. clear. Wind light, west. G. L. Desha. U E. icott. Miss Bill! Vlda. J. Micaae. Chang Gins; a A. Doyle. F. S. Rkh2Jr.Ts. E. a Boyd and sob. A. wife. W. H. Crawford. Vr. O. Aikan aid 130 deck pessengsrs. ARRIVALS. I Saturday Dec. 14. Stxar. Kinau. Freeman, from Hilo and wcy ports, 3:45 p. in. Strar. Lehsa. Napala, from Maul aad Molokal ports. Star. James Makee. Tallett. from Kapaa. O DEPARTU..S. O Pr. ship Euphrater Davie?, fo Sosnd. O : I DUE TODAY. O : 1 Stmr. W. G. Hall, S. Thompson, frcm Kauai ports, due In morning. Stmr. Claudine. Parker, from Maul ports, due morning. MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS. TO ARRIVE At Honolulu from San Francisco or Victoria. NIPPON MARU December 18 MIOWERA December 21 ALAMEDA December 21 PERU December 2G SONOMA January 1 COPTIC January 4 AMERICA MARU January 11 ALAMEDA January 11 AORANGl January IS PEKING January IS VENTURA January 22 GAELIC January 23 ALAMEDA February 1 HONGKONG MARU February 6 SIERRA . ..- February 12 CHINA February 14. MOANA February 15; DORIC February 22 ALAMEDA February 22, NIPPON MARU March 41 SONOMA March 5 PERU March 12 ALAMEDA March 15 COPTIC . March 22 VENTURA March 2G AMERICA MARU March 2S ALAMEDA April 5 PEKING April 5 GAELIC ,. April 15 SIERRA April 16 HONGKONG MARU April 22 ALAMEDA April 26 CHINA April SO TO DEPART From Honolulu for San Francisco or Victoria. I AORANGl ...December 18 AMERICA MARU .. ...December 20 ALAMEDA ...December 25 peking . :....: ...December 27 VENTURA ' . . . .1 . . ...December 31 GAELIC . . January 3 HONGKONG MARU January 11 ALAMEDA January 15 CHINA January 20 SIERRA . ,..... January 21 DORIC January 31 ALAMEDA ...February 5 NIPPON MARU February 8 SONOMA February 11 PERU February 15 COPTIC .February 25 ALAMEDA February 2G AMERICA MARU March 4 VENTURA March 4 PEKING March 12 ALAMEDA March 19 GAELIC March 22 SIERRA March 25 HONGKONG MARU March 20 CHINA April 8 ALAMEDA April 9 DORIC April 15 SONOMA April 15 Sampla o? Irish Nerve. From tho Kansas City Star. An exquisite piece of nerve is the election to Parliament from Galway of Colonel Arthur Lvnch who commanded the Second Irish brigade in the Boer army. As a British subject Colonel Lynch was technically sulltv of treason and, of course. Is ineligible to sit in Parliamenet It is doubtful, however, if the British government wou'd arrest and try him for treascn were fee to set foot in Ireland as a private citizen, for it would not like to be forced to try a man for his life with the reasonable possibility thct the sympathy of the entire world would be showered upon the interesting prisoner. England does not want another Robert Emmet on its conscience. Choice Manila cigars manufactured by Lee Toma & Co., King street Advice Is Cheap But gocd tips are scarce. Take this cne it's gratis. On Christmas Day You'll -want something good to put on the table, and the chances arc ycu will wait until the 24th before ordering YOUR WINES. Do ycur ordering NOW. Our Phone Is MAIN 140. GOMES & McTIGHE WINE A LIQUOR MERCHANTS KING STREET. TIDES. SUN AND MOON. DAT t j i;i t ja.se !H ! j BI Men- Taea. S.5l 2.r 2 f SJS M I 1.1 !5.. Wed. Ul t JBi ZM 3 5 9 iru 2i!i.!s.J ai Thur m! 1 at 4 set sjss. : T.ST I j f ja. 1 I Trl .. a. 5 JJ 5j! 1 .52 fS2 2SJ3jS.2 IK Sit.. It, if ill l.1i a: .ja I t 1 i . I I 8aa . -.- .2 .- I i J I I M- "16 T.T w 'e1r ITcoo ob lis I0e& Mt-Sr.-a. 01HV R&1LWAY m LAND CO: m 1 " JrtrWf jjk&EE5E& TIME TABLE Prom and After January 1, 1901 OPTWAED Dally Dally Is!lj Dally Dally SmUoqs. er ex Sua Sua an a m am pm pm Honclcla 9tie 11 i:18 Pearl CJljr 9:1 11 : 3i7 5:50 EwaUtU S23 Walacno I81SO 1:13 W&l&loa Ut55 5:h) -" 1 13 tM 6:15 IX WARD Dolly Dallj Dally Dally Dalty Station;. ?x es Sun San am am am a m am KafcUkU . 5:95 2:03 Wal.ilua 6:10 2:50 Walacae T:18 3:55 EwhMIII 5:50 7:15 1-05 4:33 Pearl Cisy 6 -.IS S:8S 1:80 ta Honolulu 5:50 2:03 5:22 G. P. DENISON, F. C. SMITH. Superintendent P. & T. A. Tramways Time Table. KING-STREET LINE. Cars leave Waikiki for Town at 5.45, 6:15. 6:45 a. m., and every 15 minutes thereafter till 10:45, 11:15 and 11:45 p. m. from- Waikiki go to the Punahou Stables. Cars leave Rifle Range or Pawaa switch for Town at 5:5S a. in. and everj' 15 minutes thereafter till 11:0S p. m. Cars leave Fort aud 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 fcr Waikiki at 5:45 a. m. and every 15 minutes till 9:15 p. m.. then at 10:15 and 10:45 p. m. The 11:15 p. m. from. Palama for Punahou only goes to Waikiki on Saturdays. Cars leave Fort and King streets corner for Rifle Range at 5:20 and 5:50 a. m I Cars leave Fort and King streets corner for Waikiki 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 Waikiki on Saturdays only. BERETANIA STREET AND NUU-ANU VALLEY. Cars leave Punahou Stable fcr 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 Oahti 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-hour 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 9:15 p. m. After that the cirs run to the Stable up to 11:05 p. m., which is the last car from Town, reaching the Stable at 11:30 p m. ENCORE SALOON Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigar-RYAN & DEMENT. Northwest corner Hotel and Nuuanu Streets. DEPOT SALOON Honolulu Brewing and Malting y Draught and Bottled Beer. King street, opp. O. R. & L. Co. Depot RYAN & DEMENT, Prep. JUST OPENED. FOR SAN FRANCISCO, 1SIL 1 ALAMEDA Wed.. Dc 25 VENTURA Tues Dec 21 ALAMEDA Wed.. Jan. It 1 - SIERRA .. .....,... 1 ..Tuea., Jan. 21 ALAMEDA ....i Wed.. Feb. 5 i ovj.iiujia ............"ues. Feb. 11 5 ALAMEDA .". Wed.,' Nor. 3S VtATUKA . Tub.. Mar i iuA.ut;u.v Wed., Mar. 19 5 ei.tuu Tuea., Mar. 3S ALAMEDA .. -Wed.. April 9 SONOMA ... .Tuea.. April IS ALAMEDA Wed April 3 VENTURA Tuoa.. May S the above steamers th agents are COUPON THROUGH TICKETS to all points in the Ualted States, line to all European ports. INFORMATION APPLY TO IRWIN & CO. LLMirED OCEANIC S. S. CO. S. S. Co. S. Co. and Toyo Kisen Kai8te will call at Honolulu and leave thla ' mentioned: FOR SAN FRANCISCO. AMERICA MARU DEC. "a PEKING DEa27 GAELIC JAN. 3 HONGKONG MARU JAN. 11 CHINA JN 9 DORIC JAN.'il NIPPON MARU FEB. 3 PERU , FEB 22 COPTIC MAR." 4 A.MERICA MARU MAI? 11 PEKING ....MAR. 13 GAELIC . . ....MAR. 27 HONGKONG MARU ...APRIL 5 CHINA . .. ...APRIL 15 INFORMATION APPL1 TO & Co., Ltd. Agents. Australian Mail Line. in connection with tho CANADIAN between Vancouver. B. C. and Sydney and Honolulu, and Brisbane, G. are HOrJOLULU From Sydney and Brisbane for . Victoria and Vancouver AUltAiAlUl TiVlC It UUAMA .... ' .JAN, 15 dates stated above. Honolulu to Canada, United States general Information, apply to DAVTES & CO., Limited. AGENTS, TO HONOLULU COAST. - fVff Canadian Royal Steamers of the above line running PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY N.SW., aud calling at Victoria. B.C., DUE AT From Vancouver and Victoria for fIrc.oISbane a"d Svdney ...v i.iiiwi . UCUil ji.rt.i.i.iL JAiN. 15 MOANA . ...v FEB. 15 On or about the THROUGH TICKETS issued from and Europe. For Freight and Passage, and all THEO. H. GENERAL F GROCERY Complete Steele TEAS, COFFEES, cf tho Best Good STJGAB, PLOTXB, In Town Etc. GIVE TJS A CA1.L BERETANIA STREET Near Alakea. OUR WORK Is well done. It is the repairing of . . WHEELS, WAGONS, MACHINES, CASH REGISTERS, And the making of . STEEL DIES, MOTOR CARRIAGES and FINE STEEL WORK. THE MOTOR GiRRUGE AMD MAGRIHE GO. UNION STREET. , KALIHL As a Residential Suburb , Is attracting lots ot attenCibn'sincc tho Rapid Transit Oo., built tlieirextension. See the Gulick Tract Before buying building lots elsewhere, n beautiful locality healthy, every facility, electric cars, water laid, etc. Easy terms of payment apply TCRS. S. K. GULICK, F- O. BOX 'Oceanic Steamship Co. TIME TABLE. The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as aeraesJor: FROM SAN FRANCISCO. 190L SONOMA Wed.. Jan. ALAMEDA Sat. Jan. 11 VENTURA Wed., Jan. 22 ALAMEDA ..t Sat. Feb. so .. . -- - . sjikkiia, wed., Feb. 12 oiiu, xcu. SONOMA Wed., Mar. AU.VJiir.UA aau. .liar, lii vtAiUKA ved iiar. rt ALAMEDA Sat, April SIERRA Wed., April 16 ALAMEDA Sat, April 26 In connection with the sailing of proparcd to Issue to intending passeagers by any railroad from San Francisco and from Now York by any steamship FOR GENERAL WM. G. GENERAL AGENTS Pacific Mail Occidental and Oriental S. Steamers of the aboe Companies port on or about the dates below FOR CHINA AND JAPAN. DORIC DEC. 10 NIPPON MARU DEC. IS PERU DEC. 26 AMERICA MARU JAN-. 11 PEKING JAN. IS GAELIC JAN. 2S HONGKONG MARU FEB. 6 CHLVA FEB. 14 DORR; FEB. 22 NIPPON MARU MAR. 4 PERU MAR. 12 COPTIC MAR. 20 AMERICA MARU MAR. 2S PEKING APRn.. 5 GAELIC APRIL 15 HONGKONG MARU APRIL 22 FOR GENERAL H. Hackfeld NEW YORK VIA PACIFIC THE SPLEKD1D NEW STEEL STEAHEaS S. S. Obegoxiax, 6000 tons, to sail about Dec. 20. S. S. California, 6000 tons, to sail about Jauiiarv 20, 1902. S. S. Americas, 6000 tons, to sail about . Freight received at Company's wharf. Street. Knuth Brooklyn, at aU tiaiea. For Further Particulars Apply to H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd. C. P. MORSE. General Freight Agent AGENTS. HONOLULU: JasF. Mobgan, Pres. Cecil Bnowy, Vice-Pres. F. Hcrtack, &, Chas. H. Atherto, Auditor. W. H. Hoooa, Treas. and Mf& HUSTACE.& CO ltd. Dealers in FIREWOOD, STOKE, STEAM and BUCKSMITl'S COIL WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Special AUenUon Given to Draying. White and Bltci Sand- elephone Main 295 -QUEEN STREET ;? r ? i tk t r i I