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Stmr 0 K Bishop from Koolau
Schr Emma from Olowalu
behr Katitkcaoull from Kohala
Stmr Klnmi from Wlndwatd Porte
tttmr'W Q Hall from Windward Ports
Stmr Planter from Knual
Stmr Iwalanl from Ilamakua
Stmr 0 It Bl'hop from Koolau
.eY Bk Louis IX from Newcastle
Schr Rainbow from Koolau
Schr Ehukal from Walalua
S'mr Lchua for Kahulul
-'ohr Mniiunknwat for Koolau
Schr lltilcakala for Pcpeckco
Schr Mulolo for P.ipiilkou
Stmr J I Dowsclt for Molokal
Schr Waioll for Hllo
Schr Walehu for Knunl
Schr Rob Roy for Koolau
Bktne Ella for S F
Stmr .las Makeo for Knpaa
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bk Calbarlcu for S V
BkOi lento for SF
Bk Hope for l'oit Townscnd
Stmr Kin.iti for Windward Ports
Stmr Planter for Kauai
Stmr 0 K Bishop for Kauai via Walanae
Schr Emma fot Ulownlu
Schr Rainbow for Koolau
Schr Ehukal for Walalua
Schr Kauikcaoull for Kohala
Schr Kulamami for Hawaii
VESSELS IN PORT.
British bk Oilcntc, Hughes
Bk Hope, Penhallow
Barkentlne Ella, Howe
S S Alameda. Morse
Brit Dk Birinah, Jen ess
Bk Julia Ford, Burgcmun
From Windward Ports, per Kltiau,
June 28 Hon S G Wilder, L J Broad
wood, E Powell, II 0 Warren, Miss 51
A.Clark, Mr McQuade, Miss Knowlton,
Capt R A Frazier, J McGuire and wife,
Mr Cameron and wife. J F Lo Clerk,
Mrs J Tavcmler. Wray Taylor, Mr Val
lentlnc, Miss Tiuckler, E W Barnard
and wife. Miss M A Hillebrand. Miss
Emma Clark, Miss Martin, D D Bald
win, G XV Miles, C Along, J 0 Carter.
Miss Kapukinl, J Coerper, Mrs Able
and I! children, J Kenton, Geo Ronton,
Bishop Willis, J Bobbins, Geo E Rich
ardson, Col C P laukea, W II Cornwall,
E C Thompson, and 103 dock.
From Walmca, Nawiliwili, Koloa and
Kckalui, Kauai, per Planter, June 28
H F Glade, G N Wilcox. A S Wilcox.
F Gay, M G Correa, P Richmond and
wife, two Chinese, and G2 deck.
From Ilamakua, per Iwalaui, June
2S XV II Purvis, Chas Augcn and 20
From Kona, Kau and Maalaca, per
XV G Hall, June 28 Hon G W Pilipo,
J F Tcley, J F McKcnzte. XV II Smith,
Misses Hartwcll and muse, and 70 deck.
For S F, per Ella, June 20 Geo Rob
inson, XV A Jones.
From Waian.tc, per C R Bishop, June
27 II A Widemanu, J A McCandles.
Kahulul, June 27 Bktne XV II Dl
moud, Capt lloudlett, ariived on Tues
day last, 12 days fi om San Francisco,
with a cargo of general merchandise.
Sailed yetciday with cargo as follows:
P.Ua, 1,019 bags, 117,012 sis, 83,477.28;
II C & S Co. S177 bags, 1,130,179 sks,
87,725 sks, 84,970.01!. Total bags, 9,921.
Total valuation, $04,810.83.
The stmr Kltiau brought 2,37G bags of
Migar, 7 bale-, of wool, 300 goat skins,
230 pkgs of sundries.
The htnir XV G Hall biotiglit 4,21G
bags of sugar, 0(5 bags awa, 10 bags
beans, 30 bags coffee, 27 pkgs hides and
123 pkgs suudilcs.
The stmr Iwalanl brought 0,030 bags
of sugar and 30 pkgs sunuilcs from Ila
makua. Repoits work is progressing
rapidly on the new landing at Kukul
haelc. The stmr Planter brought 4,281 bags
of sugar. 40 bags rice, 17 bags fish, 155
bides, 3 lioi.-es. 100 sheep and 50 pkg-
sundiles from Kauai.
All the lnter-lsland stcameis except
the Kilauca Hon w ere in port this morn
ing. The Kinau tails to-morrow at 4
o'clock, the Planter at 5 and the G R
Bishop at 8 a m. The XV G Hall and
Iwalanl sail on Wednesday at 4 o'clock.
The schr W II Reed will sail for the
S S Islands shortly after the Fomth of
July, in place of the Maiia.
T'he schr Am Girl was hauled up on
the Marino Railway Saturday p in, stern
foremost. Sho will have, a whole new
shoo and a now fotcfoot, some of her
planks wero chafed. She will bo lowered
on Thursday next.
Schr Knulkeaouli hi ought 1,887 bags
of sugar from Kohala.
Schr Ehukal brought 310 baSs of
Stmr C R Bishop brought 7 17 bags of
rice, 202 bags of sugar and 100 bags of
Stmr Llkellkc lirought l.'JOO hags of
sugar. Sho will Jay up for about two
months to put in u new holler, weigh
ing about 30 tons. The Lehua will bail
this p m at 4 o'clock on the Llkellkc
Schr Waioll brought 1,0S3 bags of
sugar from Hoiiomu.
The Hope will sail for Poit Towns
Tho Calhai ien will sail for S F on
Stmr Jas Makeo biought 1,377 bags of
Schr Mary Foster brought 1.003 bags
of sugar and 0 rollers from Walmca,
Tho bk Centaur brought about -100
toiiB of Chinese goods and 25 Chinese
passengers, Sho U consigned to Ilack
feld and Co,
Tho schr Walehu made a cry quick
trip this week, probably tho host on ie
cord hero, Sho left this pott lust
Wednesday at noon for Ma lko, and
theio having iccclved 7u2 b.igs of sugar,
she balled lor llouolulu, nulvlng hero
early Balm day morning, Time i days
and about 10 hums.
Ouit repoiter's account of the
initial trip to the volcano by the hew
route will appear to-morrow.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A srxoxn-HAND organ is advertised
A. A. Montano offers good pas
ture for horses.
LoDfii: Lo Frogros do I'Oceanlo
mccts this evening.
A youno man advertises for a
clerkship in n store or plantation.
The . JI. C. A. bookkeeping
classes meet at G.80 and 7.80 o'clock
O.v the fourth page will bo found
an essay. "Hawaiian Antiquities,"
by Miss Maria 11. Forbes.
A dividend of tin eo dollars per
sliaie is payable- to-morrow to share
holders of Wilder's Steamship Co.
At tho Yoscmitc skating rink to
monow the Myrtle ami Dudes'
teams will piny a match game nt
Special attention is directed to
the advertisement of the Committee
on Antiques and Horribles for tho
ATr.siuuns of Engine Co. No. 1 in
arrears aru notified that they must
pay up their dues or else have to
i . . .
To-day is St. Peter's day. Special
services were held in St. Andrew's
and the Roman Catholic Cathedrals
The entries for the Fourth of
July races close on Wednesday at
two o'clock, p. ru., at Secretary
Tiiekb is time to order articles
from the Coast by the Alameda, tor
the skating masquerade, July 31st,
at the Yosemite riuk.
The confectioner's trade has at
tained to fine art, as a look in
Messrs. Meller & Ilalbe's window on
King street will attest.
Tin: Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a complimentary concert this
evening nt the Hotel in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. A. Iloffnung.
Tin: S. S. Kinau made a quick
passage from Lalmina to Honolulu
yesterday tnornintr, doing the dis
tance in S hours, 5G minutes.
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The Zealandia, according to Hack
fold & Co.'s bulletin board, is to
leare for Sydney on June 13th. The
blackboard cloik is evidently away
on a vacation.
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All Americans are especially re
quested to be at the Celebration
Committee's meeting to-night at the
Hawaiian Hoti-I, as very import. ml
business is on the docket.
The O. S. S. Alameda will leave
on Wednesday, July 1st, for San
Francisco at 12 o'clock noon. The
Post-ofllcc mail closes at 10 o'clock,
a lato letter baj; at 1 1 o'clock.
The S. S. Kinau will arrive in
port at eight o'clock next Saturday,
July 4th, in order to give her pas
sengers, officers and crew the full
enjoyment of the day's exercises.
The three smallpox patients at
the quarantine hospital are doing
well. One is able to go out fishing,
and the other two have got to the
favorable turn. No fresh cases as
we go to press.
Consul David A. McKinley leaves
Iry the Alameda on Wednesday.
Vicp-Consul Frank P. Hastings will
tako charge of the office until the
new Consul arrives, Mr. A. W.
Richardson acting as clerk.
Don't forget the fancy skating
contest by gentlemen to-morrow
evening, at the Central Park rink.
First-class attractions will be given
from time to time. Look to the
advertisement in the Bulletin.
Lyons & Levey have two sales to
morrow. The first, at 10 o'clock,
will bo the bankrupt stock of G. D.
Schracdcr, butcher, on tho premises,
Hotel street. At 12 o'clock noon
they will offer the fine Hawaiian bay
stallion Young Cator.
Capt. Howe of tho Ella is much
better to-day, being able to move
about. His vessel puts to sea to
day, and the captain feels safe in
going with her, although Messrs.
Brewer & Co. offered to provide a
substitute for this trip.
Theiie is borne tnlk of the exer
cises and ball on the Fourth of July
being held out at Knpiolani Paik.
Tho u-e of tho Ptuk for that purpose
has been cheerfully tendered by tho
Knpiolani P.trk Association through
tho Secretary, Mr. II. R. Macfar
luno. Some sneak thief has entered a
room in ono of the Hotel coltagos,
occupied by Mr. Wood, u gue9t,
and stolen n veiy valuable set of
jewelry consisting of studs and
sleeve'buttons, the property of that
gentleman. There is not tho slight
est tiace to tho guilty party.
A new soda water fountain lias
been placed in the Elite ico cream
parlors, It is called the Crescent
draft stand, is silver plated, and
ornamented and chased in a most
beautiful manner. At the top is a
statue of a female enclosed in glass,
In which water iscontinually moving.
Mn. D. D. Baldwin, Iuspector
Gonoral of Schools, arrived home by
tliu Kinau yesterday morning. He
lias visited and inspected till the
schools in the districts on Hawaii
with tho exception of the Puna dis
trict. He leaves again to-morrow to
attend the examination at Lahaina
THE FAREWELL CONCERT.
A house never excelled for res
pectability in this city was given
the two eminent musical artists,
about leaving us, at their farewell
conceit on Saturday evening. Their
Majesties tho King and Queen, the
Princess Liliuokalani, Ills Ex. Gov.
Dominis, the Ministers of state, and
the first people of the city and music
loving population generally, were
present. The performance was in
no whit behind that of any previous
ono of the series. In tho first part
Miss Montague sang, with all sweet
ness nnd purit', n cavatina from
"Pro aux Clercs," but tho orches
tra, otherwise about perfection, was
rather loud for those who desired to
get the most from the enntatrico.
Mr. Charles Turner's number was
the "Death of Nelson," a great
favorite of Biitish patriots, and an
irrepressible encore attested the
powerful effect produced. In re
sponse to the compliment ho gave
the ballad, "Naney Lee," in unex
ceptionable style. Mr. Michicls, in
a fantasio on the cornet, never got
more music out of that instrument,
and that is high praise indeed. Mrs.
J. E. Wiseman, in the concluding
number of this part, sang the cava
tina, "O Mio Fernando" (favorita)
by Donizetti. Sho evinced more than
ordinary musical skill and power of
expression, and was heartily ap
plauded. The second part consisted
of selections from Gounod's master
piece, ''Fnust," by Miss Montague
and Mr. Turner, assisted by a special
orchestra composed as follows: Vio
lins, Messrs. Mnrqucs and Kraft;
fluto, Mr. Morse; clarionet, Mr.
Jones, cornet, Mr. Michicls; Mr.
Berger being conductor, and Miss
Castle organist ami accompanist for
the evening. The singorsjfully sus
tained their eminent reputation, in
even the most difficult parts having
full command of their subjects.
Miss Montague's notes and senti
ment in the garden scene, especially
in the Jewel Song, were transport
ing, and in the duets the voices
blended to perfection. In the more
passionate passages the artists pro
duced a pcifect storm of harmonies,
which carried the audience away.
Their costumes and acting were
admirable, and worthy of much
superior stage setting, which, how
ever, is not to be criticized for a
temporary arrangement. The in
strumentalists did their parts super
bly, and Honolulu has reason to be
proud of its amateur, as well as pro
fessional musical talent.
A PRISON MANIFESTO.
The following paper has been pre
pared on behalf, and with the ap
proval, of a large number of the
piisoners in Oahu Jail :
" We have a fair specimen of the
favor shown to the convicts on the
reef, in the case of tho prisoner
Fisher, who i3 a lima on the dump
at the present lime. In the first
place this man was pardoned for a
crime two years and a half ago,
then ho was sentenced to three
years for another crime. While in
tho prison serving his sentence he
stole a pair of shoes and got six
months added to the three years,
and shoitiy after robbed tho sisters
and iiad six months more put on.
Nevertheless this man, who has
proved himself a thief of the worst
kind, is put over other prisoners and
is allowed to put on frills, as the
saying is, over his fellow-convicts,
as was shown the other day when he
raised an iron bar to strike one for
attempting to catch a crab. This
man is a Mexican sneak thief with
out even the honor that is shown
among thieves, for ho carries every
thing that is said or done, and a
great deal more, to Capt. Tripp. In
fact, lie is n stool-pigeon."
HE FELL 0YERB0ARD.
Last Thursday morning, after tho
Kinau landed her volcano passen
gers at Keauhou, she proceeded
back to llilo in charge of Purser
George C. Beckley. She arrived at
llilo at 11:30 o'clock. An hour
later they commenced discharging
iter freight, which was all finished
by 3 o'clock, and then the deck was
washed. One of the deck-hands,
Kaacanae, was assisting the first
mate by holding the hose, when,
about fifteen minutes past 3 o'clock,
he dropped tho hose and fell over
born d, presumably in a fit, and no
moio was seen of him. Purser
Bi'ikloy at once gtivo orders for
some of the crew to divo and tho
grappling irons wero quickly got out ;
but it was of no avail. Tho ship's
flag was hoisted at half-mnst and
Sheriff J, L. Kaulukou at onco noti
fied. A few minutes later ho ar
rived on board with his deputy.
Inquiries wore made, and ho was
uutisllud that the tuuu fell ovuboatd
on tlie starboard side. The deceased
was about 10 years of age, a native
of llilo, and a brother to the late
Mrs. Governor S. Kipi.
Tho match game of baseball on
Saturday afternoon nt the Maktkl
grounds, between the Oucnnics and
Pacifies, drew out n largo attendance
of spectators. The Royal Hawaiian
Baud, by permission ot His Ex. the
Governor, was present and played
an excellent selection of music. Tho
game was a good one until the fifth
innings, when a decision of the um
pire (.Mr. F. Bishop) caused dis
satisfaction among the Pacifies, and,
their captain refusing to accodo to
the decision, the game stopped, tho
score standing Uccanics 14, Paci
The junior clubs of tho Fort street
and Royal schools played a game
last Saturday morning, which ended
in favor of the foimer alter a very
HOW THE CANE LOOKS.
The cane all through tho island of
Hawaii is looking exceedingly well,
and largo crops should bo the order
of next season. All through the
Kohala and Kau districts there have
been heavy rains, and it was pouring
down along the Ilamakua coast last
Wednesday afternoon aud evening.
The cano scon through the Kohala
district looks in fine condition.
Judge Hart, whose mill we went
over on Saturday, expects to finish
grinding in live weeks aud the
amount of tho crop will be about
2,000 tons. Mr. J. O. Carter, who
visited three plantations in the Hilo
district, gives most excellent reports.
A large number of acres of new
land, in all three plantations, is now
being broken to add to the crop for
1887. From Maui we have also
very encouraging news as to tho
appearance of the cane.
About 11 o'clock Saturday even
ing, a young man named Blackburn,
driving an express, stopped in front
of Meller & Ilalbe's ico cream par
lors, and hitched his horse to a post
by the bridle, right between two
teams. The horse got scared and
the bridle came off, and things wvrc
lively for a time, a lady and a child
in the rear team having quite a nar
row escape. The horse finally dash
ed off, tried to turn the corner of
King on to Fort street, but the car
riage coming" in contact with the
sidewalk prevented it. The animal
was finally stopped on Nuuanu
street. The result is that the driver
will be hauled up for breaking the
express rules by not securely fasten
ing his horse. It ought to have been
fastened by the neck.
BURCLARY AT HILO.
The store of A. S. Cleghorn & Co.
at llilo, Hawaii, was entered last
Tuesday evening by a burglatf or
burglars. Tho back part of the
store is built of tongue and groove
boarding. A large number of holes
had been bored with an juigcr
through one of the boards, aud then
it was pushed inside and entrance
so effected. It was after it was
closed at night that this work was
done. When the manager arrived
in the morning he discovered it, and
examining the goods, found that six
watches were missing. No clue bad
been found when the steamer left.
A NUISANCE STOPPED.
A Chinaman living a little this
side of the King street bridge
bought a quantity of the old lumber
when tho Advertiser building was
pulled down. Ho put it outside of
liis house on tho road, and it lias
been a nuisance over since. lie had
been told to remove it several times,
as it was dangerous to pedestrians
and also frightened horses. Failing
to comply he was arrested for being
a common nuisance and fined S5 and
$3 costs this morning. This should
bo a warning to others.
, A ROYAL BREAKFAST.
This morning His Majesty tho
King entertained at breakfast His
Ex. the Amciican Minister Resident
and Mrs. Merrill. Those present
on this occasion, in addition to the
royal host and his guests, were:
Her Majesty Queen Kapiolnni, II.
R. II. Princess Liliuokalani, His Ex.
Governor Dominis, Colonel C. II.
Judd and Mrs. Judd. The Royal
Hawaiian Band was in attendance.
This evening the Royal Hawaiian
Band will give a concert, complimen
tary to Mr. and Mis. Hoffnung, at
the Hawaiian Hotel, at 7.30. Fol
lowing is tho programme:
llaroh Tannliauser Wagner
Overture Italian In Algier Rossini
Gavotte Stephanie- Ctibulka
Selection Pinaforu Sullivan
Selection Bellsai lo Donitclti
Waltz Remembrance Waldteufcl
Cavatina Queen of Golcouda.Jor"
Uod Save tho Queen. i Hawaii Pouol.
Tnr some of Charlie McCarthy'9
"Liitlo Dudes". 5i hv
C. J. McCarthy has just recoived
per Alameda a lot of California Fa
vorite Cigars, Con Atnorr nnd Little
Dudes. Try them. 55 lw
Call aud sec our new stock of oil
paintings, engravings, chromes, etc.,
etc. King Bros." Art Store, Hotel
Street. 54 St
Ir you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or nny kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu street. 080. tf.
Baseball. Tho undersigned, on
behalf of the Barbers' Baseball
Nine, hereby challenge tho Printers'
Nine to a game of baseball at his
shop, 81 King street. Marquis of
2t F. M. Soiienck, Captain.
CIIAS. OUST ACE
HAS JUST HKCEVEI) per "Ala
meda" an invoice of tho Cutting
Tacking Company's Standard Goods,
Pic VruiH, Jam, Jellies, Jlinco Jlcal,
Sauago Stoat, Koat Ucof. Roast
Duck, Silinon, Pickles, Chow
Chow. Queen Olives, Walnut Cat.
sup. Orange Blossom Honey, Apple
Butter, Pear Butter, Pencil Butter,
Asparcgus, Extra t, etc., etc.
Also on hand, a gcncial assortment of
GROCERIES AND FEED.
Which will bo sold as low as the lowest.
C2?" Telephone 110. R0 2w
1776 JULY FOURTH. 1885
" Rally round the ring, ljoyd,
Hatty onco ngniu,"
THE PLACE TO BALLY IS AT
J. M. OAT, JK., & CO.'S,
Where you can get a Flag from the
s-lzc of a saucer to well, as largo as
jou like. Also,
Fourth of July Ball !
That is BascbaIN, to play u Fomth of
July match game, with
BATS TO MATCH.
Price of ndmis'ion, according tosize.
J. M. OAT, JR., & CO.,
CO td 25 Merchant Street.
Ex. "Orientc" and "Blrmah,"
Cases B.&N. "Key" Brand Gin
In Green Cases.
Cases " Straw-Berrij " Gin,
15 Bottles in a Case.
Cases "Wertineau" Brandy,
These Goods, and a full nbsortmeut of
Aro offered for sale nt veiy low rates by
LOATSJOY & CO.,
50 !2w 15 Nuuanu St., Honolulu, II. I.
HONOLULU DECORATIVE ART
NO. 7 CHAPLAIN STREET. Lcs.
sons given In Marine, Landscape,
Mock Ki'in-ington, Photograph fml
Oiayon Tainting in Oil and Wnter
Ciilun. Floweis in Wax, Wool, Plush,
hell, bilk. Leather, llnlr, Cr.vstal, fea
ther and Flxhsrnlo. All kinds of Em.
broldeiy nnd Deigning taught with
Skeleton Bua 1, Lace, Cniub, Glass, Shell
and Bullion woik, For terms, etc, ap.
ply to A. M. BURKE,
;j9 Um Temple of Fashion.
HAVING ol tained tho services of a
HM-class Piano Tuner, wo i1b!i
to inform tho public that wo are able to
Tu no and Rep.ilr Pianos at i-liort notice.
All orders left uiih us will bo promptly
attended to, and nil iork wanaund.
lJWMy WEST, IKMV &, CO,
Mr. H. H. Babcock,
WITH West. Dow & Co , wWios to
inform the ladies m d gentlemen
of Honolulu, that ho will tako a few
pupils on tho Guitar. Anyone wishing
to loam will pleaso apply at tho More.
T1IK KAHT HAII.1NCI
will rim regularly
TO WAIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to tho
Captain on board, or to
Pacific Navigation Co.,
fjZffifSZ?' "niiiSnf 1
Tfin twoMory coral building occu
tiled br Cmihm it Ui. as a Rico
.Mill, possession given Immediately. Ap
ply to OUULAN4.CO.
I10USE TO LET
KD Furnlturo for Bale, at No. SI
lioroiania sirecl. 12 it
Nicely furniihed rooms with
ior without board in a private
iiamliy. Convenient v located.
Apply to AVERY & PA LMER,
01 lw Real Estate Agentp, Gl Fort St.
FOUR pleasant rooms suitable for
ofhees, Bccond floor of tho Brewer
Block, on Fort Street, oxer tho store of
N. S. Sachs. Apnlv to
AVERY & TALMER,
Real Estate Agents, No. 60 Fort Street.
COTTAGE TO LET.
A nice '1 room cottage within
leasy reach of H nolulu, situ
late at Kapalama. Terms ?20
per month. Apply to
MIW. MARIA KINO,
on tho grounds, or to A. J. Cartwiiglit,
at his olUcc. 40if
TlIE STORE lately occupied by
Samuel Xott, in Campbell s Block,
on Fort Street. Anplv to
L. A. THURSTON,
or B. F Dim.inouam.
Honolulu, April 1, 183.1. 985 tf
For Hunt or Sale.
The premises on Nuuanu Steet,
lopposite the Mausoleum, own.
led and lately occupied bv
Samuel Nott. Anplv lo
L. A." THURSTON,
3S Mcrclmul St.
Honolulu, Juno 4th, 1SS5. Osil tf
AVERY COMFORTABLE and con
venient houon Kinau street, be
tweeu Pcnsacolaaud Piikol street con.
mining three bedrooms parlor, dining
room, kitchen, pautrv, bnlh-rooni,
stables, etc. Largo garden. Rent, $40
per month Possession given about
ugust 15th. For further paitieulars
inquire of LYONS & LEVEY,
GO tf Auclioncirs.
A BEAUTIFUL SEASIDE HOUSE
THAT FINE RESIDENCE afiVai
kiKi, along tho sea beach, owned
by Mr. G. West, is for sale. Deep lot,
line ea bathing bottom, and ever) thing
i loasant to make it a home of comfort.
No incumbrance on the property. Prico
MilSO cash. Anplv to
, J. E. WISEMAN,
GC T.w General Business Agent.
THAT very desirable and convenient
F.inrily Residence on Beioiania
Street, until lately occupied by F. S.
Pratt, E-q., complete with out.houses,
stables, gardens and pasture. AIfo, tho
premises oc upied mpriscnt a-aL.w
Olilco by John Russell. Esq., centrally
located "near the corner of Fort and
.Merchant Streets. For paitieulars, ap.
ply either by letter or otlurwite to
DR. STANGNWALD, Merchant St.
ONTO MY PREMISES, at the Half.
Way House, Nuuanu Valley, on
Juno llth, ono mouse-colored horse.
The owner can have the same by paying
expenses and applying to
1 . WEREY,
07 ill Half. V ay House.
A FINE lot of Rico Straw suitable
bedding for horses is offered for
sale in quantities to suit buyers, at a
reasonable pi ice. Enquire of
WONG LEONG & CO.,
1037 Urn No. lfi Nuuanu bt., Honolulu.
ALL debts due Samuel Nott, which
arc not paid on or before July 1st
next, will bo enforced by suit. Bills nre
payable with L. A. Thurston, 38 Mer.
cIihii St. L. A THURSTON,
CI lw Attorney for S. Nott.
NEITHER the Captain nor
Agent ot thoBiiiibh bark " llirmah "
will be responsible for any debts con
tacted by the ortlcers and crow of said
etsel while in port.
F. A. SOHAEFER fs CO., Agents.
Honolulu, Juno ill, l6S'i. 54 lw
fieri; Sliiisliip Go.
New Route to the Volcano I
rpilE Steamer KINAU, King Com
JL inaudcr, will lcavo Honolulu on
Tuesday, June 23rd. for Keauhou, tho
Now Volcano Landing, and thereafter
upon the first Tucsdiiv after tin' arrlial
of tho Alamula and Miriposa, duo here
tho Bill and iind of c.icli month.
o oll'ur p ibbeugtrs'riiuouaii tiokktm
for tho sunt of kiktv doi.mus am.
ciiMtor.B I-AID; allowing pas ongers
tweuty.four 1 ours' time ui the Volcano
HoiiM', and returning to Honolulu on
Only vonnTKKx mii.kh kkoji the
STBAMim to 'run Voi cano, over a good
mad less limn half the distance ot any
On nil trips except Volcano trip?, the
KINAU will run her regular timo table,
going to Hllo and retiinduir lo Hono.
lulu at 10 am. Saturdays. On Volcano
Hips, pasengers from Ln.pahoehoe
must tako il.u steamer on up trips. Pas.
singer can leinaln on boaid or stop over
at Hllo until Frlduy at t a.m., as thoy
All further pirtlculars given at the
VIM)EU'M STEAMSHIP CO.
Honolulu, Juno 12, 18. 45 tf