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3IAIL CLOSES TODATFOB OTHER I?IjAXDS.
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IIS PROM Si FRANCISCO
I For Steamer. Man closes. Str. sails
Oriental ports City of Peking. 4:COp.m- 5p.m.
ix Australia ......... Aorangi 4:C0p.ra. 5p.m.
SScaia arid Laupahoehce Maul l:15"p-ra- 2p.m
Subject to change. '
KALIHL
COAST A2sT FOREIGN TEASELS O" PORT.
Arrived Tesstf .
Three Days Later News From Outside World I
is on a V
CM
Orficer
Ranford
0. Buebnao is on a Vacation-Has B
Tendered tie Position of Marine Superintendent at Cramps'
y Passengers tor Tlis Port.
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31
Jan.
Shipyard
Ian
T Tadfic Mall steamer City of
Ptffctag, captain J. TreawiHe Smith.
arrived from Saa Fraadaco early yes
Mriaw Morulas. As ta freighter
iHy4e Is at the Pacific Mail dock.
tike Pekisg vu docked at the Naval
station wharf.
Tka Peklag left Saa Francisco on
Saianlay. January 11. at o'clock in
jfee afternoon and bad a smooth and
pleasant Toyage to this port.
Th8 City of Peking brought three
if R. D. Ranford will ever resume his Mrs. J. Mallon and son, Mrs. J. Mon-j
post on the Peking. He has ben of-sarrat Miss E. G. O'Connell. Miss L.J
. fared the position of marine super- C. O'Connell, W. B. Standeford. H.j
I imanrfnni rt p.i-nmn' shinvard at M. Von Holt. Mrs. H. M. Yon Holt.
Philadelphia and will probably ac- Miss M. E. Von Holt, Master H. V.
nont w hue iwpn nn the Pekinsr for Von Holt. J. M. Yaple. Mrs. J. M.t
two years, and is one of the Mall Yaple, J. Weissbein, Mrs. J. Wels
Company's most highly estemed offi- sbein, E. O. White Mrs. E. O. White.
.- . . Yl.t.. TAr.inM tT.ff '
cors. aiasier ausuh vvujic, .muici ". i
List cf Passengers. White. j
The City of Peking brought the fol- List of Officers.
lowing passengers for Honolulu: Dr. The Peking will sail for the Ori-j
C. A. Allcnberger, Wallace Anderson, ent at daylight this morning. She is j
in charge of the following officers:
J. Tremaine Smith, commander; H. t
Captain. Wharf. I Destination.
Dec 20fGeo. C Tober .Gov i Irmgard ISaa Francisco.
21 1 S. D. Carleton. ship I Amesbarr ; Railway . . . Tacoma,
Irmgard. bkt ..."Schmidt (Stream San Francisco
Ceylon, bk. Wilier jOId Fishmrkt'Hilo
Honoipn, schr. Ol&en Allen IPuget Sound .
Alden Bessie, bk...J Mackie Railway -Saa Francisco.
Robert Lewers, scfcil Underwood J Allen. Puget Sound . .
C. D. "Bryant, bk.. . . J Colley j Sorensons . . ! San Francisco.
Joseph Russ Petersen -Navy Whf l. Paget Sound.
JHesper. bk. jFriis Hallway In distress.
1 1 Florence, ship Spfcer 'Railway (PngetSound.
Amelia, bkt. I Wilier J -Alien Paget Sound.
Geo. C- Perkins, bkt 4 Jensen f Navy No. 2. . Pngc Sound.
Andrew Welch .... Drew .Brewers San Francisco.
Prince Louis, sh... (Ellefsen (Stream Paget Sound.
Helene. schr. Christiansen.... (Sorenson's... J San Francisco.
Star of Bengal, bk.JUTlers IStream (Paget Sound.
Alta. bkt ,Taronaglc JStrearn Puget Sound.
Newsboy, bkt ; Chipperfield ...I Alien i Puget Sound.
Golden Shore, schr. ' Rasmussen : Railway f Puget Sound.
Tiliie Starbuck, shut Curtis f Brewers J San Francisco.
Agnes, ship JHemke Irmgard jSan Francisco
Hawaiian, str. l Ban field (Railroad INew York.
Hyades. str. jGarlick Pacific Mail KahuIui.
Inca, schr. : Rasmussen j Stream Puget Sound.
! i As a Residential Suburb
Is attracting lots of attention since the
Rapid Transit Co., built their extension. &
if
Sea iha Hitlrnt- Tmnt I
:
Before buying bnildir g lots elsewhere,
a beautiful locality "healthy, every
facility, electric cars, wate- laid, etc.
Easy terras of payment apply
MRS. S. X. GULICK.
F. O. BOX -15.
10
14
15
15
15
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Oceanic Steamship Co.
TIME TABLE.
f
U. S. S. Iroquois Rodman.
"WEATHER REPORT.
drs later mall and papers, and a
large matter of through passengers. , L. Andrews, R. E. Callahan, Mrs. J.
Chief Officer Ranford D. Buckman. H. Coney and infant, H. Drumm, Dr.
Is not on board tho Peking this voy- j J. H. East, J. K. Hale. W. Philip Hall,
ac a be baa ten granted leave of MrB. Dr. W. Hoffman. Mrs. C. M.
jtbwncf. Ilia position i being filled ( Hyde. Mrs. V. Knudsen, John Lath
now by H. L. Jones. It is doubtful ) rpo, Miss P. G. Luster, J. Mallon.
L. Jones, chief officer; Win. McCIure.
chief engineer; O. K. Freeman, purs
er; C. A. Lutz, surgeon; G. J. Engle
hardt. freight clerk.
BUSY DAY ALONG THE
CITY'S WATERFRONT
AORANGI IS IN FROM VICTORIA.
i llcan reporter, Mr. Nottingham ex
pressed himself satisfied with the
support his line has receiveu nere,
and he gives assurances of the con-
' tinuance of the steamers between
here and the Coast. The steamers
i of the Globe Steamship Company
will hereafter run a regular schedule
Kinau, James Makee and Niihau in ' time, and from the business they
from Other Islands Kinau and ! have already acquired, .Mr. Notting-
i ham is very pleased with the pros
; nocts for tho new comnanv. Mr.
gers Sugar on Kauai. Nottingham expects to remain here
' about one month.
Captain Sewall Surprised.
Aorangi Brought Many Passen-
Mean Temperature 73.
Minimum Temperatuxe 70.
Maximum Temperature 77.
Barometer 30.0S; steady.
Rainfall 0.00.
Mean Dew Point 62.
Mean Relative Humidity 69.
Wind.
North-east, 3.
Weather.
Weather clear.
Forecast for Today.
Moderate trades and fair weather.
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereucdei :
FROM 8AN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN F UNCtSCO.
190L 190L
VENTURA Wed.. Jan. 32 SIERRA Tnes., Jan. 21
ALAMEDA Sat, Feb. 1 ALAMEDA Wed Feb. 5
SIERRA Wed., Feb. 12 SONOMA TnesT Feb 11
ALAMEDA Sat, Feb. 22 ALAMEDA Wed,' Nor! 26
SONOMA Wed Mar. 5 VENTURA Tae Mar 4
SUS. MOO;. AST) SEA V ar-1? $&"rDA We Mar-
ii.iiunn ntu, M.ai. -o OICJUW . . XUeS Jtfar. 15
ALAMEDA Sat. April 5 ALAMEDA WeL, April 9
SIERRA Wed., April 16 SONOMA Taes April 15
ALAMEDA Sat, April 26 ALAMEDA Wed- Anril IS
J Naval row . . Stationary.
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ThurllS 10.07' !. S.2ai 3.00 2.32 6.40
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Frl.. K 11.14 1.6 9 . 3.53) 4.33 6.10
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j sat... 1 a-m.
Se.
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5.33 11 19
S.to.n m.
DIAMOND HEAD
men to run in all directions, but they:
returned afterwards and resumed,
their games.
i
There is much grumbling among the , vp
day inspectors at the Customs House. ,
According to the civil service rules j Diamond Head, 10 p. m. Weather
and regulations it is unlawful to work clear. Wind fresh, onrth east
a government employe over eight -
hours a day, but the inspectors claim , Mrs v Knudsen. J. Lathrop. Miss P.
that they work ten hours a day while t G. Luster. J. Mallon, Mrs. J. Mallon
the office men work only seven hours. and sou Mrs j Monsarrat. Miss E.
10.44 4.50 6.12 6.40 3.41 1.12
I I is
1 Sun .(19 0.16 1.S11.M 5.43 7.53,6 40 3.42,2.13
, l 'PJa. : 1 I !
j Mo- 20 l.tn: 2 0 1.031 6 401 s.l 6 40!3 411 3.13
In connection with the 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 th United Statex.
ai01Jand from New York by any .steamship Hue to all European ports.
tUli UE.Nfc.KAL. ln tuu.MATION APPLY TO
TO ARRIVE.
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.
LIMITED
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
j At Honolulu from San Francisco o
Victoria.
Ventura January 2
Gaelic January 2S
Alameda February
Hongkong Mam ........ .February
Pacific Mail S. S. Co.
,': Occidental and Oriental S. S. Go. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
It istus a busy day along the water
front yesterday. The two big steam
frs!xhtrs were discharging at the
Pacific Mall and Railroad wharf re-
Ciori TTir I
China .7.7.7 '.'.'.". .'.'.'.'.'. February 14. Steamers of the above Companies will call at Honolulu and leave his
M. v . . i . n . a.. .. ,.. . - -. .. '. - - nnrr nn nr nnnnr rnn rtnras ha ntt' mnnt a.Ji
ine uceanic aieamsnip company u. u uonneii, -Miss l.. v. u uonnen, iioana February 15 r - .-w -.o MV..w., u.iUI,ura.
has issued notice to intending w. B. Standeford. H. M. von Holt, Miss 1 Doric February 22 for CHINA AND JAPAN.
passengers by the S. S. Sierra, that M. E. von Holt. Master H. V. von ! !amedAf February 22 GAELIC .. JAN. 2S
' . ... . . ... ,. T ,, , T . . , . -r iNippon'Maru ...March 4 HONGKONG MARU FEB. 6
this steamer will be given quickest Holt. J. M. aple. J. Weissbein, MrsJcnrnm, atok c hhtva wn ti
1 fcj -- iui,U J - - & uut -. a
Captain A. M. Sewall. the owner , possible dispatch and will not remain J J. Weissbein. E. O. White, Mrs. E. O. Peru March 12 DORIC FEB. 22
and former captain of the ship Ben- j at this port more than six hours, day,1 White, Master Austin White. Master I Alameda March 15 .P 3IARU MAR. 4
i t c 11 ....i-t. -.?.. .. : 1 tu. tu r. Ill f tt it'i.!. , Vjupuu .UUrcn i. -"vv. .uuv--i
jamiii ij-. i.t-ki t,i.j 'ui- . w. .I..-IU.. .w V.W...J.....J ..--.
not; Harry White.
iwctiveiy. the City of Peking was at here and sailed again, after making j guarantee to arrange transportation; From Hilo, per steamer Kinau. Jan-
the Naval wharf No. 1, and the; repairs, was agreeably surprised , after January 20th
Aorangi at tho United States Qnar-i when he arrived yesterday morning
amine wharf. The Kinau,
uary IS Col. W. H. Cornwell. L. B.
i This will be the last trip of Cap-, Beebe, R. Rycroft, H. T. Marsh. F. J.
James , to find that his vessel had been able , tain Smith as master of the City of Testa. C. Baddaky, H. T. James. J. W.
. remain here a couple of weeks before managers of the Pacific Mail Company: Kanoho, L. M. W
returning to the Sound. j that he will be sent East on his re-J Kenrick, C. P. B
Make and Niihau arrived from the to sail for her destination. He will Peking. He has been notified by the Cathcart. F. T. P. Waterh,ouse. Miss! Hongkong Mara
Otfcor islands and the Aorangi depart'
etl for the CoIouIps.
T James Makeo arrived at 6:45: About 2 o'clock yesterday after-.turn to San Francisco, to attend to'ronzini. L. Land, W.J. Drunimond. Y..
lu tho morning with four passongers, j noon the derrick head rope which j the completion and trial of the Siberia Van Hing. Ho En Fo and wife, F. On-;
2.M0 bags A sugar and 100 sacks of 1 which was used to discharge the the other fast liner of the company, odara. Mrs. P. Koki. J. D. Koki. C. Not-'
Ventura March 26! COPTIC
America Marn Mnroh 2S AMERICA MARU
Alameda April 5
Peking April 5
Gaelic ; April 15
Sierra ADrii 16
MAR. 20
PEKING APRIL 5
GAELIC APRIL 15
HONGKONG MARU APRIL 22
orr,...F0R SAN FRANCISCO.
t'HINA JAN", -a
DORIC JAx 31
1.?N MARU .7.7.7feb: 8
PERU FEa "J
COPTIC 7 MAIL 4
ERICA MARU !!MAR. 11
PEKING MAR. IS
GAyC MAR. 29
HONGKONG MARU APRIL 5
CHINA APRIL II
Anril
hitehouse. Mrs. John;AIameda April 26'
Benton, G. Arioli. Par- w"" rt'wl ov
" 1
TO DEPART
!
rkt
came in contact with the water, the
barrels exploded, and for several
minutes the water around the wharf.
looked as if on a boiling process. j
The Aorangi sailed for the Colonies !
at 3:30 yesterdav afternoon. 1
Inter-Island Trade.
Parser M. P. Llngan reports the
atwmer Mikahala loading sugar on
Ahukinl side with 2,500 sacks on
board when the Makee left. The Iw
alani was at Waimea and the Ke Au
Hou at Eleel- discharging freight
Th schooner Churchill left Eleole,
last Thursday without sugar. The
schooner Robert Searles Is at Eleole j
ttlwharging coai. Fino weather was. Shipping NeWS and Notes
experienced throughout the trip. j
Tho Niihau arrived shortly after j The schooner" ChurchIn has saIled
tho James Makee and docked at the, from thc C(jast in
lnter-Islnnd wharf. She brought butl
, ,, ,.,, , cnn The bark Santiago Is to be put
omi paasanger for Honolulu, 4.500
, , i., r hack on the San Francisco-Hilo line,
bags of sugar and 3 packages of,
sundries. Tho ' -' transPrt Alexander is
Purser J. Kaao reports the follow.) nw 47 days out from Norfolk, Virgin-
cargo broke, and twelve barrels of 1 The Siberia will be several months
lime, which were being transferred j later than the Korea going into com-
from the vessel to the wharf, went 1 mission
down into the bay. When the lime
Arrivals at Honolulu.
Saturday, January IS.
Str. Kinau, Freeman, from Hilo
and way ports.
C.-A. S. S. Aorangi, Phillips, from C. Cable. Mrs. C. Cable. H
Vancouver. C Fertig. Miss Irene P.
P. M. S. S. City of Peking, Smith, servant, C. E
from San Francisco.
From Honolulu fop San Francisco nrT
ley, Mrs. Danford, Dr. E. Garrison and Victoria.
wife. Tong Song. Miss N. M. Single-' china January 20
ton, S. iMllingham, Rev. W. Timoteo l-Sierra January 21
and wife. Eddie Kimokeo. Ahi. A. v.!D?ric January 31
Peters and 70 deck jassengers. j i rV February 5 j
1 Nippon- Maru February 8
'Sonoma February 11
PocODrro WU Co,Morf ' !.
1U001H5LU "uu UOU6U i vujuk fceDruary 20
I For Japan, per steamer City 0fiA,aineda February 26
' Peking. January lS-For Yokohama: $ MarU ""
1 . ' . . entura March 4
R. Case, H. Peking March 12
Mann. and'Alameda March 19i
Palmer. Rev. D. Scud-' .aeuc March 22
1 Morro
der, Mrs. D. Scudder, T. H. Towell.HnnsknnV'M;
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Agents.
Canadian Australian
Royal Mail Line.
Steamers of tho ahovo lino rnnnlnr In rnnnrMnn with tho PAmtniAu
Sierra March 2ol PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver. B. C. and Sydney
Honckonir Mnrit.. ATal. ia vsw o,i noiiim. f irtnnto n n -.i tt t..t.. . ,.
Str. Lehua, Napala. from Maui. j Mrs. T. H. Towell. For Nagasaki: ; China 7. 7. April 1 ' rZ . , 1 "Z- T." ", Zl" "' ,, . , '
Str. James Makee. Tullett. from E.A.Elliott. For Kobe: Mrs. Camer-' Alameda April 9 I UC. A I P-ItjrNJtJI LJJVJ
on Johnson. For Shanghai: R. S. An-i ; From Vancouver and Victoria for From Sydney and Brisbane for
1 t 1 r- ir . r. . . ! Briibane and Sydney Victoria and Vancouver
derson. Edgar Kussner. M. A. Sere- An Attack of Pneumonia Warded Off. MOANA ..FEB. 15 MOANA .... JAN 11
uit;iiii. rui iiuuiuu&. rv. x.. rvii-
Kauai.
Str. Kaluiani, Bennett, from Hilo.
Str. Niihau. Thompson, from Ma
kaweli.
Str. James Makee. from Kauai.
"Some time aeo mv danrhter mupVi
derson. W. R. Baumann. D. G. Beebe, i a severe cold. She complained of pains ,
Miss M. A. Beeson, Miss T. H. Camp-j in fler chest and had a bad cough. I '
hell. A. Cloarec, Mrs. L. H. Collins.; fve her Chamberlain's Cough Rem-;
.., UW.tU --. .'. WU..AA A .. uuu
c...-, tn u-ani. 4 5 m 1 soft? ia. tor Honolulu.
.. I ". .. . Wn. r r t I t.u .. ,,u.. ,,. ... ,- bell. A. Cloarec Mrs. L. H. Collins.: e ier Chamberlain's Cough Rem-' On or about the dates atated above.
v. u., tuu; .mok. i..ov. v,. . ., uvvu, ,v.u. .tt oau rrou-, , ' eay accoraing to directions and in two THROUGH TICKETS Issued from Honolulu to Canada. United States
sw: MCH, .5: k. fn ia.u; -l"b. . nui??y Ior "BB,,B ana; Departures from Honolulu.! mi., a. . r.oodP .r s. Hlrt, ; S TVt LT n" DIi L.f. t0 ! and SM ... -
M.. 152: M. S. to.. 3.3H. LOiai. uuam via iionoiuiu. 1 - ' '1 r " Uic t"a icuieuy in 1 rw rrei:
..... , I .. . . 3 ,j ' ! H. C. Hudtwalcker. Rev. R. A. Jaffray,: m lamtiy for the past seven years!
45,S3o bags. The four-masted schooner Golden! . T ,r T ,. ; and have never knnwn it fn fnii : i
4 . iii ri -t 1 -j 1 1 iit v ii-k; .- Minnr -. v ,. j, m v fev . kjuvkI
baturaay. Jan. 18. '"'" "" ' - " 'ijames PrpnWi, mi,ot ,
C.. S 5 Anmniri TViiUnn fr.,. ,' A.
i Colonies at 3:30 p. m. I H
I Str. Maui. Bennett, for Mahukona. E- R- Spencer. Rev. Henry Zehr.
Railroad !
Mrs.
Passengers to Arrive
Shortly after 3 o'clock yesterday , Shore was taken to the
afternoon the Wilder stoamor Kinau ; wharf yesterday afternoon.
docked at the WiUer's wharf with a Cnlef Stcwar Johnson of the citv
largo numbor of passengers on board, i . ,., . , .. ,,cf ,,,.
Parser Geo. Buckley reports a fairly hunUng qM acquaintances. j Paauhau. Kukaiau. Ookala. Laupahoe-
jod voyage with amooth and pleas- ,,.,.. . 0 J noe at 2 p. m.
aat weather. Tho Kinau brought si ,,Iw.Wd Ca ha:'e ..rec.e'v..adi Schr. Waialua. Gardner, for KabV
horsos. 2 mule. 126 sacks of corn, Ices " e w "" " , lul. at 3 p. m. ,
7 hoc, tt sacks notatoes. 24 crates Krea W,H be here durinff the raonth ' For Honolulu, per O. S. S
of vegetables. 20 cords of wood and , 0f March- Vessels SailinP" Tnria V ' frm San Francisco- Ja"aO-16. to ar-
19S packages of sundries. L. E. Bec-( The schooners- O. M. Kellogg. W.; oocia ooiuug iuua.y. , r,ve here Jaauary 21j G Rothwell!
be. local agent of the Globe Navlga-,F- Witiemann and Otillie Fjord have, , and wife. N. B. Brown and wife, Mrs.1
Uon Ca. Attorney General J. WJbecn chartered by the Hilo Mercan-j s- S. City of Pekinjr. Smith, for the, Andrew, W. A. Scripps and wife, J.
Cathcart F J Testa and J DU-! tile Company for lumber cargoes at' Orient at daylight W. Ferris. II. Moore, Mrs. F. J. Nott
W Retti- Mrs W Rett!" Miss "f5 pnde,rsast, merchant, Annot-j
v. neui, .-vir. a. w .ueuin, .nss to Bay, Jamaica. West India Islands.
ti. Kiinrrora. k. k. spencer
The pains in the chest indicated an
approaching attack of " pneumonia, '
which in this instance was undoubted
ly warded off by Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. It counteracts any tendency
of a cold toward pneumonia. Sold by i
an aeaiexs and druggists. Benson,
Ventura, tSmith & Co" aents for Hawaii.
Freight and Passage, and all general Information, apply to
THEO. H. DAVTES & CO.,
Limited.
GENERAL AGENTS.
MngbRtn were among the passengers.
Aorangi Comes nd Goes.
the Sound.
The French cruiser "Le Protet"
expected to leave San Francisco
and twQ daughters. Moore Party. J. R.
is Passengers Who Arrivpri Galt and wife A X- Campbell.H. A.
rdssengers wno Arnvea. Schm5dt and wife G w slacJc n
Packwitr. and wife. A. EL Augur, P.;
T Cf K fHNMrrt Tllm.il ... 1 l?W iiTal ? J . w . n
ntfre' l ;'. jvuiouj,!, jmiua. v ia. iiuui ocnneiaer, a', ti. Ya?ner, a. j. nen-i
victoria . a. Bailey, a. m. Sewell.'dy. E. J. Rogers". F. Palmer, E. a;
J- S. Dovey. T. W. Nottingham. G. Mil-: Wilson. C. H. Smith. R. B. Hoguej
lar. H. T. Hamblev K Thnrstnn A P I. P TVo., vice t i ni-i.- i
Thrt l?rtv"il fflll claxametw irtni
r.... unu i i . tt 1 Vho beginning of this week for Hono-j
Captain Phillips, arrived at Honolulu. . , "... . , . .
..-,,. . . , . i mm juu a.vuiu. one win
at o clock yesterday morning:, after . .. ....
. . i I.. i c . J aoout tne ena ot ice month.
a quick run from Victoria. She left!
ih. nns.Hftn Twr- at 10-so n rv, !' n's has been received of the
-- - -,--- ..... r"-v - 'w f v
uarj-
htiad
thonce
t tftWI rt UnnAfitlii n.l VtnVlnw Vac-
rt.ut,. tcu iae aiua iU .- p. w. - " j rom Mawiveli. per str. Niihau." Mls K. M. Severson. Dr. A. B. Clark
January 16th. The Aorangi brought, a beard her at San Francisco Januaty is,ame3 Morse. " and wife. S. M. UUie. C F. Lehmann. !
1S tons of general freight for this j The leaks in the bark Hesper have Kauat 'ports, per str. James and wife, B. Clark. W. a Greg? Thos.!
port and a few passengers. Amouseen stopped and the vessel will ?o Makee, Januarv is R. F. Spalding. Gregc Irving Fish G H Whitney f
tho latter wer T. W. Nottingham ' to sea some time xext week. She will . T. T. Rapoza E. R. King. Y. Yamane. Geo. D. Ciagett. H. E. Hoffman G. W.'f
and A. M. Sewall. The former is tho! egia on Monday to take on her deck From San Francisco, per P. M. S. S. Frank. T. S. Prescott, O. M Dunbar
general agent of the Globe Naviga-, load, which had to be taken off in or- Cos Citr of PeMnr. Jan. IS Dr. Gl'j Mlrh.iPic nj wif t vmn, ,t,h'
Uon Company and comes to Houolu- er to lighten the boat ; A. Allenberger. Wallace Anderson. LJwife. D. I-awrence B. J. Kan, and?
T
v l:h. and experienced strong , f,"1 " Cndr' and tfre . Jardlne, E. R.!Carpenter, A. Deil. C Mrs. M. Christ. -W. R. Castle. Jr. G."
J winds and sea until the 15th. , UCn J!ni ttj" ".i0, vh"v. Leonard. Mr. Samuelson. W. Stick-! A. Dow. L. Schweitzer and wife F.
Gomes
and
to look into the furtherance of
The usual Saturday crap games
Ju
A.-. . . .
Mhe business of his JSrm between this were running in full blast yesterday
dtySeaiUe and Saa Francisco. j along the waterfront The appearance
Andrews. R. E. Callahan, Mrs. J. H.
Coney and Infant H. Drumm, Dr. J. H.
East. J. K. Hale, W. Philip Hall. Mrs.
When seen yesterday by a Repub-of Captain Harry Flint caused over 60 1 Dr. W. Hoffman, Mrs. C. M. Hyde.J
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Father Taylor,
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ISLAND TRADE A SPECIALTY.
American-Hawaiian 5. S. Go
NEW YORK TO HONOLULU
VIA PACIFIC COAST.
THE SPLE1DID NEW STEEL STEAMEBS
S. S. Oregonian, 6000 tons, to sail about Doc. 20.
'6. S. Califorxian, 6000 tons, to sail about January
20, 1902.
S. S. American, 6000 tons, to sail about February.
i From San Francisco for Honolulu, S. S. Hyades
!3000 tons, sail January 4th, 1902.
Freight received at Company's wharf, Forty-second Street, Soutai
Brooklyn, at all times.
For Further Particulars Apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent AGENTS. HONOLULU.
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