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Schr Jcnnjo Walker ran into the
Knnlft last'nftfhoff fWco -lichn.11
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rum xvtiiiiu iunk iiigiib'uu vui,u ...
The Knnlft Mink In three quarters of nn
hour. , AHlindsfwc!cvo1. .
Dimotul Head, May 11, 0:80 a.m.
li'it'itli .ship off, port. ,
lL I. R. M. S. Nayezdnik fm Kolinla
Stmr C. R. Bishop from Ktutui
Schr Knuikenouli from Honokna
Schr Wnininltt from Onoinca
Schr Wniclm from Wulohit
Schr Jennie Walker from Hilo
Schr Kninol from Lntipnhoulioo
Schr Waoli from Pnniihait
Schr Knnln for Hceia
Schr M E Foster for Kona & Knii
Schr Malolo for Hakalau
Stmr C R Bishop for Kauai
VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY
Stmr Ehrcnfcls far Hongkong
Schr Mccfoo for Wainnuo
Schr Llhollho for Ookala
From Kauai, perC R Bishop, May
10 W Bredc, II A Luscomb, L
Kohlhautn, J Mcnkc, Mrs Bindt, 3
Chinese and 43 deck.
For Kauai per C R Bishop, May 10
J W Alabui and' 65 deck
Good. llargain for a Mechanic
FURNITURE FOR SALE, consisting
""ifr'2' bedrooms and kitchen oho
room; pays half of rent. Good chance
for paction wishing to secure a house
furnished complete- No reasonable oll'cr
refused. Apply 133 Nutinnu'st.. 8!)5'lw
Proposals for Library Building
SEALED PROPOSALS for the erec
tion of the building designed for
the LilJrary and Reading'Room Asocia.
tion will bSxreccived up. to and includ
ing Saturday, -May ,19th. .
Estimates may he made forthe whole
or any part of said.work. 1
'Parlies making estimates -will give
their figures for the masonry including
slate roof, carpenter work, plastering,
'painting,' 'and-plurablnir and gas fitting
Plans and specifications can bo seen
and estimates handed in' at the office of
A. J. Car wright, Chairman of the Build
irig Committer 887
Wliere do you Bay your
O JL, O T HITST & ?
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IN ASKING, THE APQVEjj Question
wov simply desife you to examine
closely three main points:, '.,' ;
1st, qnallty "Ilatf rlaU , J '. - '
8nd, Style F.It nnil IVorlc.
, 3rd, l'rlcc-Slze of Bill.
And when you nresatisfledi with conclu
sions, pay us a visit, and we guarantee
Quality. of Material,,
s-yio of I'itand'VVbrlc
Saving of 2Q,jperpnt,i
In your order. If theso are sufficient
consideration's please call at tie ..
Great American Slothing House
8B8:iy .".''..C'prneriof M'arlnc:
Salmon ! Salmon ,!
"E. C. McOANDIiESS
' ,ve OFFERS FOR'SALB
Bbls C. B. Salmon, extra,
BblB Skoena River Salmon '
Bbls Frazor EiyerSalmon, -K
Hlf bbls Salmon, clioice,
Bbls'& Hlf bbls Plant Salmon
Kits Salmon Bellies. v
Stalls, Nos, ,2 and 3
Not as yet generally known.
THE Public throughout Honolulu may
not know that 4 he premises "recently
occupied by W. E. Herrick, nt No. 110
Fort Street, opposite tho Pantheon Stu
bles, is now known as tho
"City Shoeing Shop."
This new Establishment,- will bo' a
source of gratification to our community,
inasmuch as cruel and torturous shoeing
has heretofore been to largely practiced
on man's noblest animal by so called
Edward Doyle, tho well known ox
perlenced and skilful Ilorso Shocr, is
manager of this shop, wlilcluis.a recom
mendation in itself, and with the practi.
cal assUtanco. oL And row Brown, tho
floorman', our itizensimay fully rely on
their merits as master mechanics.
It would well repay our citizens to
visit and examine, Soaking Stalls and
FootTubj nrranircd and built expressly
for operating on wounded and disabled
horses, which no other shop n this
Kinguom wis uaoptea.
b , S. I. sumv,
Proprietor " City Shooing Shop."
898 tf: 116 Fort Street.
!Jrfl'AtilFlJ MAIL Steam-
l U It SAN FRAN 01 SCO,
The Splendid Steamship
"Webber, - .. Commander,
Will leave Honolulu for S:m Francisco
on or nbout June 8.
The Splendid Steamship
Carglll, . Commander,
On or nbout Mny li).
For freight or passage apply to the
We aro now prepared to issuo tickets
to Sad Francisco and return for $125,
the Round Trip.
II. Hackfki.d & Co.
fe-For Hongkong Direct,
A. Fischer, . . . Commander,
Will sail for the above port
On or nbout May 10th,
.For freight or pnssago apply-to
II. IlActtaKM) & Co., Accents.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The A 1 German
Bark, C. B. Bisbop,
H. "Woltors, . . . . iNfaHor,
Will nave quick dispatch for the above,
port. For freight or passage hpply to
II. IlACKFKLD.&.Co., AgUlltS.
0., BREWER & Co's
LINE OP PACKETS. ,
The Bark Martha Davis
Will sail from Boston on or about the
1st of June. Orders filled promptly,
and freight taken nt the lowest rates. "
Apply to C. BREWER &Co.
310 Queen st., Honolulu.
THE PAST 8AIMNO
wdl run regularly
TO WAIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to the
Captain on board, or to
181' AiF. Cookk, Agent.
A. FRANK COOKE,
Office, corner Nuuanunnd Queen streets,
' Honolulu, II. Is,
Agent for the following PacLets:.
Wullelc, jjtK. Waioll,
AVaichu, JJasiMY Waimolu.
Malolo,' -4jiimty) Kaluna,
Mann, 3Sz Julia,
KaMoi, and Ehukai.
Red Flag, with. White Ball.
WING to. the scarcity of water, the
Jiour3ifor irrigation will uc
Lihnited to 4 hours per day
from 0 to 8 a. m. ond from, 4 to 0 p.m.
until further notice.
CHAS. B. WILSON,
Approved: Sup't Water Works.
Jno. E. Bcsir, Minister of Interior.
M4v5th. 1883. . ' ' 394
JVTERCIIANTS who desire to have
ItJ. their-fidvcr.i-'einonts in theNew
Telephone Curd will address or apply
immediately to the undersigned. Only
d few'.spaces left.
392lw General Buslncjs Agent.
B. M. CARTER.
S. F. ORAUAM.
, S.,M. GARTER & 00.
'8 Ulnar Street,' - Ilonolnln. H. I.
' " " Reta'il Dealers in
, iQoal und Feed.
XTTE would notify tho public, and
'T V' ' House keopors in particular, that
we keep pn Jianil and for. tale, in nuan.
titiesloBUit'purchaser's'nnd nt LOWEST
KATES, fuel, as follows :
Hard and Soft Woods,
- - - - Cut any lengths;
Charcoal, N.S.W. Newcastle Coals,
fiinnli rVvila nnrlitllA
m M 'Celebrated Wellington Mine
Departure Buy Coals;
Also, Blacksmith's Coal.
The above can be ordered by telephone
or otherwise, and immediate- delivery
GIVE US A. CALL t
Telephone, No. 805. .
WE ALSO KEEPIN STOCK
Hay and Oats,
California and New Zealand;
Barley, Whole nnd'Ground;
Wheat, Corn Whole and Cracked;
Bran, Middling), and other Feed.
t2T0rder the above through
' Telephone No. 305,
and we warrant quick delivery, and full
weight. Ordors from tho other
to all parts of (ho city,
llemember, 82 King, street,
888 aTAnd Telephone No. IM)5.
"VK m zl.
Oceanic Steamship Oomp'y.
THE A 1
Iron Steamer Suez,
1)01)1), - - COMMAHDEM
Will leave. Honolulu
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
For freight or passage, having superior
accomodations, apply to
124 Wm. O. liiwtN & Co., Agents.
Oceanic Steamship Co
For lloucUoiiff, China,
The British Steamer " Suez,"
Will leavo forthe above port on or about
JUNE 15th. Freight or )):iS!.age may b(
secured in advance by application to
Wt. G. lnwi &. Co., Agents.
Steam Navigation Company's
LINK OF STEAMERS.
dates, .... Commander,
Huns regularly to Kona and Kau, i s
per following timo tublo:
Leaves Honolulit at 4 p.m. on
Tuc-ilay, April 3
Friday, " la
Tuesday, " 24
Friday, May 4
Tuesday, May 1
Friday, " IG
Tuesdaj', June C
Fridiy, " 1
Arrives at Honolulu:
Wednesday, Ap U
Saturday, " a I
Vediic4day, My 2
Saturday, " Vi
. Wednesday, My 2'
Wednesday, " 1
Saturday, " 2
The C. R. Bishop,
cameuon,- ' ' Commnndc!,
Leaves Honolulu every Monday
at 5 p.m., for Nawiliwili, Koloa, Elceli
and Waimca, Kaiiai. Returning, leave.
Nawiliwili every Friday evening.
The James Makee,
mcdoxalu, ... Commander,
every Thursday, at 5 p.m. for Kapaa and
Kllauen. Returning leaves Kapui
every Tuesday evening.
Leaves Honolulu, each Tuesday a(
1 p.m., touching at Iihaiua, Maa
laea Buy, Makena, Muluiknim, K
uwailme, f.aupnlioelipe and HUo.
Rt'ttirning, vllf touch at all the
ul ov' ports, arriving at Honolulu
ennh Pundiiy n.m. " I
Gocoanuts ! Cocoanuts !
Ex Schr Mann, -
From Ollbcrt and Marshi.il Islands.
For sale in quantities to tuit.
Ct Apply to A. F. COOKE
AT anieetlng of tbe.Bard of Dlrcofor
of tho Kopiolttnl Park Assoda' ion
held on Friday, May 4th, it was decidod
that tho usiiul
11th of June Baoes,
would take place, under tho dlrcstlon of
tlm Pnrlr Anannlfitlnn.
Aprogrummoof tkoduy's sport.
shortly bo presented to the "" ,, -w
i? Sec. K. ' A.
A Good Chance.
ANYONE that ha use
DRAY can get one cheap
by applying to
' G, 11. ROBERTSON,
8811m Queen street,
a .GO a
W - g s
I CD fc a
a m f i
Ladles' and Gent's
Gold nnd Silver Watchcf
Just to hand.
Every Watch warranted ns
f IBk l
uxuiViBtotstTK tnAottnt y
Fuc-siuiiiu ui oiiver Cases.
A. W. RICHARDSON & CO.
Have ULeniovedl to
No. 68 FORT STREET,
Nearly opposite their former place
Splendid New Stock of Solid
Elegant Gold and
Sllver.Platcd Ware, &c, &c.
LYCAN & JOHNSON,
Importer nnd Dealers in
Pianos, Organs, Harmoniums, Concertinas,
Banjos, VioUus, Flutes, Drums, Brass Baud
Instruments, and Strings for all ' " ' ' H'
string instruments. .,-.. '
Hiving purchased tho entire interest of Mr. Geo. F. Wells, in this'Kingdom,
we shall continue to keep constantly on hand a full assortmentof everything that
ho did; and ns we shall bo adding to our stock by every arrival from the United
8tates and Europe, you can always see somothingi newind beautiful in tho Fancy
Goods and Furntturo Departments.
Just Received fVora Jnpuu, 4
3000 Fans & other beautiful Japanese Goods
2000 Chairs, just received por Amy Turner, of the latest styles,
from $0 to $80 per dozen.
W. E. HERRICK
HAS UUMOVKD HIS
From 110 Fo t street,
TO BETHEL TREIS"-
onposite the Bethel, n-;tdoorlo
So F CU""- Miop and Brim's Fur-
':!.r0 '.,ory, where ho will ennt nuo
-.inply his customer with all kinds of
Wood and Ivory Turning.
Thankful for past favors, he hopes for
a continuance of tho tamo, J00 dj
DURING my absence from this King
dnm my hou, Ehwauu A. McIsbu
Y, will tranMict all business for me
under my full power .toSNyi
Honolulu, May 0,1883- 2UU lw
Agent for this Kingdom
N. B. Bowaro o imita
tions, ns I have discovered
several silver watches hear
ing the. immo of " Walthntn
Watches," which aro of Swiss
Manufacture, and are sold as
genuine Wultham watches.
MEMait6crttfg' that Ui ocronrasTtyincr
VIS n.UNITKD STAlXaillNTAS8A
Kac-simliu of Gold Cases
Watchmaker and Manufactur
Nos. 113 and 115 Fort Street, ; : Honolulu.
Gold and Plated Jewelry,
TJAS KBSIOVJJD his OUlcoand RCsl.
XX denco to tho
Cor. of lUe,ardll and iieretaBla Ht.
," eu liouus 8;to 10ii.ni.; 1 to 8
p in.- :uu lu :.hi p.m, um
INSTRUOriONS In Gymnastics will
bo given to Ladies and Children
Every Saturday Morning
From 0 to 11 o'clock, in addition to tho
Evening Classes. S. 11. DOLE;'
U80 President Athletic Association
frk NEITHER thu Captnin nor the
Stro AficntH of tlio British Bark
Mfc "MORAVIAN "
will be rcspoiuibly lor any debts con
traded by the crew of said vessel with
out their written order. S
un Wu n i.i.-.v t- rn a .