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An fflnilD UU.
TUESDAY, JUNK 80,
:?chr Wnllclo from Mollko
.Schr ICninnl from LntipniHtdim'
ritinr Wahnniinlo from Walmuualo
.'jchr Mlllc Monls from Lanni
Bk Calbarlrn for S V
Ik Orlcnto for S V
Ilk Hope for Port Tow iimmiiI
Stnir Kinnu for Windward Ports
Stmr 0 R Bishop for Knunl vlu Wnlanac
Schr Emma for Olowalu
Schr Rainbow for Koolau
Schr Ehukal for Wnlalua
Sehr Kulainami for Hawaii
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
S S Alameda for S V
Stnir W G Hnll for Windward Ports
Stmr twalani for Hnmnknn
Stnir Planter for Knunl
Schr Knmol for Lrtupnhoeboe
Sehr Wullelc for Mnllko
Schr Knulkeaoull for Kohnln
VESSELS IN PORT.
Barkcntluc Ella, Howe
S S Alameda. Morse
Brit Bk Binnah, Jcncss
Bk Julia Ford. Burgemun
Fr Bk Louis IX, Labour
For Windward Ports, per Kinnu, June
U0 Mi?s Hare. Miss Dowsctt, Mr Dow
sett, Mis Lvmnn, Miss Chamberlain,
Miss Fltzsliumons. Mrs J Wight. Mis?
K Wight, O W Miles and wife. G E
Illehardson, W H Cornwell. MlssClnp
laln, Miss Hall, Miss 11 Hitchcock, Miss
E Hitchcock, E G Hitchcock, E N
Hitchcock, J Cooper, A Fornandcr, G
Kenton, W Chaplin and wife, Mrs Hind,
Mrs Hyde, Mrs Covington. W Y Hor
ner, Jr and wife, Misses Hinds (2), Miss
Khoads, Mrs C 1C Stillmnu, E P Lowe,
Mrs Smithies ami 2 children. Miss Bai
ley, Miss Spooncr, Miss L Wctmorc,
Miss 11 Severance, P Woods. Mr Bald
win, F M Hatch, JRcuton,Mlss ARen
ton, Miss E Benton, J F McKenzie. A
To lenvo by the Alameda to-morrow,
Jnly 1 Miss II E Carpenter, Wallace
Alexander, S T Alexander, Miss Jultn
Alexnndcr, Mls Annie Alexntidcr, Mr
an'd Mrs C II Turner, Dr J It Hatch
and wife, Miss C C Giles, Mrs J E Han
ford, Mrs R S Smith and child, II W
Hythan and son. Fred T Bouse, S C
Reynolds aud wife, T R Young and
wife, II C Warren, L J Boardmau, M S
Grinbaum, Miss Small, Mrs T Kruse, C
Booth, Mrs Swain, Rev W C Mcrritt,
33 C Sanford, Miss J Knowlton, Miss
Fannie Mai tin, Miss Beckley, M Schull,
II T Woods, J) A McKinlcy, Mrs J M
Cooke, M. Piko. J Piko and son, Miss E
Clark, G N Wilcox, Mrs Mnttim, Capt
C A Lorcnze, D Gcldmacher.
For Port Townend, per Hope, Juno
30 A M Young. A O Forbes and Ed
The hailing of the stmr Planter hns
been' postponed until to-morrow at 5
Tlie French balk Louls.ES, Capt La
born, -arrived yesterday r si, GO days
from. Newcastle Svith 595 tons of coal to
Wilder & Co. She.isin the stream.
The schr Malolo sails to-day heavily
laden. Shu has a. deck load of nbout 2."
tons of machinery.
Schr Wailelq brought 1,222 bags of.
sugar from Maliko. .
Schr Knraoi brought 2,310 bags of
The bark Orientc sailed this i m for
San Francisco with 17.324 bags sugar
valued at 901,0.")1.37.
Th'e'Hope and Calbarieu will sail this
evening for their respective ports.
Iu Honolulu, June 20th, to the wife of
Thomas O'Brien, a daughter.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A good fairy article will be found
on our fourth page to-day.
Tiiosn Little Dude cigars that
Chas. McCarthy has arc the "utter
most verge of the utter."
The Honolulu Rifles meet for their
usual weekly drill this evening at
their armory at 7:30 o'clock.
, . .
Tun Y. 3M. C. A. singing class
meets this evening at 7:30 o'clock,
when all members are requested to
This noon Lyons & Levey sold
the fine Hawaiian stallion Young
Cator, to Col. AV. V. Allen for $300.
A pair of black fillies were put up
but not sold.
Tun concert by the Ifoyal Ha
waiian Band at the Hotel last even
ing in honor of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Hoffnung was a very pleasant affair
and quite largely attended.
At a meeting of the stockholders
of the "Waianae Company held yes
terday Mr. II. F. Glado was elected
a director in plnco ot Mr. J. L.
Tun second game of polo takes
place this evening at the Yosemito
skating rink between the Myrtles
and Dudes. A close and exciting
gamo may be looked for.
Mu. Jules Tavcrnier, who went up
to the Volcano on the 23rd, is still
there and principally at work on a
picture of the new lako, which at the
present time is very active.
The July term of tho Supremo
Court opens on Monday morning
next at 10 o'clock, when Hawaiian
jurors will be required. The calen
dar contains ilfty-three cases.
Evr.iiy berth on tho Kinau is taken
for this afternoon's trip, windward,
and about twenty pauengeri will
hnvo to fllrcp on deck, A Inrgo
amount of freight is nteo being taken
Kkucmdck tlio mail by the Ala
meda closes at 10 o'clock to-morrow
morning. Have your letters properly
stamped and in thu ollleo in-foro Hint
time. There if nothlmvllkc punc
' m -
The back roller shaft at the Wai
nlim mill broke Inst Friday morning
lust nbout breakfast time. It was at
once brought to the Honolulu Iron
AVorks, and repairs will be completed
Evr.n since the gold law came into
forco the Justices of the Supreme
Court have been paid their salaries
regularly in gold, until this month,
when, oh presenting their vouchers,
silver was offered but not accepted.
The fancy skating contest an
nounced for this evening nt the
Central Park skating rink lias been
postponed until Friday evening, July
'hi. There will be no music this
evening, the band being engaged else
where. Tins evening by order of II. R. II.
Princess Liliuokalani the Royal Ha
waiian Band will give a farewell con
ceit in honor of Miss. Annis Monta
gue and Mr. Chas. Turner, nt the
residence of C. M. Cooke, Esq.,
where a farewell reception will be
Tnu ladies would do well to notice
that at the Louvres of Brussels,
King street, they can get a silk
dress for S5, and other goods at
lift' percent reduction. The stock
compiises embroidery, curtains,
hats and caps, linen and black
Brussels laces, and other goods too
numerous to mention.
Thy some of Charlie McCarthy's
C. J. McCarthy has just received
per Alameda a lot of California Fa
vorite Cigars, Con Amorr and Little
Dudes. Try .them. 55 lw
Cali, aud see our new stock of oil
paintings, engravings, chromos, etc.,
etc. King Bros.' Art Store, Hotel
Street. 54 3t
If you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
10 Nuuanu street. 980. tf.
Baseball. The undersigned, on
behalf of the Barbers' Baseball
Nine, hereby challenge the Printers'
Nine to a game of baseball at his
shop, 8i King street. Marquis of
2t F. M. SciiiixcK, Captain.
FOURTH OF JULY.
The committee of arrangements
and others interested in the celebra
tion of the coming Fourth, held a
meeting last evening at the Hawaiian
Hotel, Dr. J. S. McGrew presiding.
After considerable discussion the
following resolution was adopted:
"That the Executive Committee be
empowered to arrange the pro
gramme of exercises on the Fourtli
of Jul' to come off at Kapiolani
Park. And that a certain proportion
of the amount contributed to defray
the expenses of the day be placed at
the disposal of the Ball Committee,
for a ball to be given at the Music
Hall on the evening of the 3rd of
The exercises will commence at 10
o'clock, with the following pro
Fourth of July March Royal Band
Opening Prayer Rev. J. A. Cruztm
Patriotic Song America
His Ex. Geo. W. Merrill
Patriotic Song Glory Hallelujah
Reading of the Declaration of Inde
pendence Mr. W. A. Kinney
Overtuie America Royal Band
Speech by Young America
Marching through Georgia
Several Impromptu addresses
Patriotic Song. .Tramp, Tramp, Tramp
Oration Mr. II. X. Castle
Patriotic i-'ong....Star Spangled Banner
Mtdlcy of Patilotlc Songs... Royal Band
ANOTHER BIC OPIUM SEIZURE.
This morning the Custom House
authorities made another very im
portant seizure of opium. It was
found among n consignment of
Chinese goods and provisions mark
ed K. Y. S. which came by the Ger
man bark Centaur from Hongkong.
The exact quantity has not been as
certained as we go to press, but it is
supposed to amount to not lc93 than
2,000 tins. The consignment num
bered in nil 108 packages. Warrants
of arrest have been issued for the
The Alameda carries away with
her to-morrow, Miss Annis Monta
gue and Mr. Chas. Turner. Their
departure will cause quite a gap in
our musical circles, as, during their
stay here, they have given us a most
delightful series of concerts. It is
their intention to go almost directly
to England, to be there in time for
the opening of the season. The
Bulletin' joins iu wishing them a
very pleasant voyngo and much suc
cess in every undertaking of life.
NEW VOLCANO ROUTE.
A Siccnssm. Opening. Oni.t Four
teen Miles to Hum ovr.it
SrLENiiti) Hoad. Excellent
Accommodations. Full Pahti-
OULARS Or THE TlUl
There is without doubt on this and
the other islands of the group a
lnrgo number of persons who have
never yet visited the wonderful
active crater of Kilauea, not because
of the expense but on account of the
journeb being too hard. To have to
ride thirty miles after u journey by
steamer is too much to undertake,
though to see one of tho wonders of
the world, it would almost appear as
if any dilllcultles might be overcome.
And then again tho time it occupied,
from seven to ten days, was another
barrier in the way. Tourists whoso
time was limited have cotlie and
gone, being unable to sec tho vol
cano, because they could not remain
over another steamer. However,
there is no excuse now, for thanks to
the enterprise of Hon. S. G. "Wilder,
President of the Wilder Steamship
Co., the trip can be made there and
back in four days fourteen hours, giv
ing twenty-four hours nt the crater.
Not only that, but the circuit of tho
largest island of the group is made,
and a trip on tho cars for twenty
miles through rich cane country with
lino scenery is included. Whatever
enterprise Mr. Wilder undertakes he
. carries through successfully, and all
we have to tlo to prove sucu an
assertion is simply to mention the
existence of tho Marine Railway and
the Mnhukona Railway, both great
boons to the country and giving em
ployment to many.
On the 20th of this month tho
Volcano House and the land adjoin
ing, including the landing of Kenu
hou came into the possession of tho
Wilder Steamship Company. A gang
of Chinamen, section hands from
Mnhukona, were at once put to work
on the road, the first four miles of
which is up a pali, the remaining len
miles being a beautiful ride through
the woods, almost level. The road
up the pali is very easy for travel,
and in the short "space of time the
men have worked wonders. It is so
carefully laid out that a child could
find the way very easily. The
scenery through the woods, is beauti
ful all the way, and the distance
from the landing to tho Volcano
House has been made in two hours
and thirty minutes, while from .the
House to the landing only two hours
and ten minutes have been con
sumed. The Volcano House is being
improved, a new dining ball is to be
built, new rooms added and tho
whole place fitted up as a first-class
hotel where parties can go aud stay
as long as they want to. Mr. J. II.
Aluby has been placed there as man
ager and intends doing all in his
power for the comfort of his gnosis.
In a few weeks his wife will join
him, thus making it much more
pleasant for lady visitors to have
someone to attend specially to them.
Hereafter the S. S. Kinau will leave
on the Tuesday after the 8th and
22nd of each month, on which dates
the steamers Alameda and Mariposa
arrive, and make the Volcano route.
If the 8th or 22nd falls on n Tuesday
the Kinau will leave on that day for
the Volcano route. All other trips
to Hilo and return as heretofore.
The fare for the round trip is $50,
which includes everything steamer,
hotel, horses and guide.
THE INITIAL THir.
The first trip by the new route
was made during the past week, the
following being of tho party : Hon.
S. G. Wilder, L. J. Broadwood, E.
Powell, H. C. AVarren, Mr. Came
ron and wife, Misses Tinckler, Clark
and Knowlton, Capt. Frazier, Prof.
Kellogg, Mr. Jules Taveruicr and
wife, J. F. LeClcrc, W. J. Lowrie,
W. McQuadc, Capt. J. A. King, M.
Perry and representatives of the
Dailt Bulletin and Saturdny Prcw,
in all 20. The fine S. S. Kinau, of
the Company's lino, left her dock at
ten minutes past four o'clock on
Tuesday afternoon. Lahaina wns
reached at 10.37, Manlaca Bay at
12.25 Wednesday morning, Makena
at 2.12 and Mahukona at live minutes
past seven o'clock. Nothing un
usual occurred beyond the landing
and taking in of freight and passen
gers, but it will not be out of place
at this point to say a little as to
what kind of n steamer you travel
on. The Kinau is n beautiful model
and fitted up in the most elegant and
convenient manner. Capt. J. A.
King, her commander, knows every
inch of the coast of the group. On
tho bridge he is nil duty, in tho
cabin a jovial companion. Purser
George C. Beckley is a very faithful
and valued officer, always ready to
contribute to tho comfort of thoso
entrusted to his care. If you do
not inspect tho machinery of tho
Kinau you miss n treat. Rarely aro
engines found in sueii neat una clean
order, and Chief Engineer Tucker
may well bo proud of them. The
steward and his assistants are all
attention. Tho fare is first-class
and there is plenty of it, and
altogether life passes nway very
pleasantly on board the Kinau. At
Mahukona wo find Mr. C. L. Wight,
the General Superintendent, ready
to meet tho vessel. Having a little
tlmo to wnlt wo go nshoro nftor
breakfast and see many evidences
of enterprise. Tlicro Is every facility
for tho loading and unloading of
freight. Tho warehouse is a model
of neatness, and a littlo way from
tho landing is tho Mahukona store,
which Is now managed by Mr. John
S. Smithies. On tho opposite side
of the landing is the residence of
tho Superintendent, from which flies
the Stars and Stripes, Mr. Wight
being U. S. Consular Agent. We
drop in and nro made very welcome
by Mrs. Wight, and soon fool quite
at home. At two minutes past ten
o'clock, wo left Mnhukona and
arrived at Knwaihnc at 10 :50. This
place was left at 11:47, tho steamer
again passing Mahukonn and going
along the Kohaln and Hamakua
coast until Laupahochoe was reach
ed, at ten minutes past five o'clock.
Tho scenery passed was extremely
grand. Wo could see the sugar
mills of Kukuibacle, Honokaa, Pa
auhau, Notlcy's, Kukuiau and Oo
kala. There appeared to bo con
siderable rain falling. The water
falls as seen from the steamer made
a very pretty sight. Laupahochoe
was left behind at 7:25, and Ililo
reached at 0:20. At 10:57, the
steamer left the latter place and
reached Kcauhou, the now landing,
at five minutes past four o'clock,
Thursday morning. Bcfoic reach
ing the landing, the steamer's
whistle blew twenty times, this being
a signal to the men in charge of the
landing that the party for the vol
cano consisted of twenty, and horses
for that number were to be in readi
ness. Shortly before five o'clock,
breakfast was partaken of, and the
party went ashore. The landing
was everything that could bo desired.
Before' half-past live o'clock the
whole of the party were mounted on
good horses and away. The journey
was a much easier one than expect
ed. As soon as the top was reached
about four miles distant, the road
led into the woods, and the ride to
the Volcano House, ten miles, was
one that gave great pleasure. On
either side arc the most beautiful
specimens of ferns, some of them of
enormous size. The ohelo is also
found in large quantities, birds arc
twittering, and the whole scene is
so inviting, that the distance passes
for almost nothing.
AT THE VOLCANO HOUSE.
Mr. Maby, the manager, arrived
at the Volcano House in two hours
and thirty minutes from the landing,
followed by Mr. Lowrie in two
hours, foiiy-scven minutes, then
came a party of four young English
men, who accomplished tho distance
eight minutes later. Tho writer,
who had the company of Capt. King,
made the journey in three hours,
twenty minutes, just bcatinji tl.c
Captain on the home stretch by a
length. The Captain, though he
has not ridden for nearly twenty
years, seemed quite at home in the
pigskin. By eleven o'clock the
whole of the party were at the House
enjoying a rest. A good breakfast
was served, to which all did the
most ample justice. A slight
drizzling rain fell for a short time,
but after breakfast it cleared up
and a fine view was had of the crater,
which appeared to be in great activi
ty. Most of the party wandered
round the grounds, the sulphur beds
attracting much attention. We found
growing up there strawberries, pea
ches, bananas, and other fruits. At
three o'clock, dinner was ready and
it was not long before it disappeared.
The guide made his appearance and
at four o'clock the whole of tho
party started for the crater.
The walk of three miles n cross
the lava was made in good time and
the new lako was reached. It had
every indication of being active, but
as it was still light tho journey was
resumed. Tho Little Beggar was at
home in all its glowing glory. On
ward wo went over the hot lava until
Halcmaumau was reached. By this
time it was growing dark, and then
We realized fully the grandeur of the
scene. It is impossible to describe
it in words. At one time wo noticed
in no less than nine places the blood
red liquid boing tossed up with u
hissing sound, and hero and there it
would shoot out iu long cracks. Six
of tho party, including the writer,
descended right down to tho floor of
the crater and wero near enough to
poko a stick into tho rcdhot liquid.
No picture can express the marvels
of such a sight, for there is a con
tinual chance of action. Tho new
lake was again visited, and here ono
of tho grandest sights imaginable
met tho eye, for at onu time the
whole of the surface of the lake was
covered with tho liquid fire. It
would start at one corner and run
along until met by another stream,
the two coining together with awful
effect. We were paiticularly fortu
nate in our visit, as to activity, and
what was seen will leave an im
pression never to bo erased from tho
memory. It wns with tho greatest
reluctanco our steps wero retraced to
the Volcano House. As we walked
along, the hot 'air from tho cracks
and a sight of rcdhot lava, only, at
times, a few inches below us, sent
a thrill of misgiving through one,
but a careful guide was with us and
the fear was lessened. Arriving at
the Volcano House before 11 o'clock
vro partook of supper end then rr .
tired to rest. It was not long before
the wholu of tho patty wet u safe in
llie nrms of Morpheus. Friday
morning, after liaxing breakfast, tho
horses wero saddled and tho journey
home resumed. Mr. Maby, tho new
manager, was very assiduous iu his
duties to attend to tho wauls of all.
rllL 11ETLIIN THIP.
When tho party arrived nt the
landing they found the Kinnu all
ready and prettily dressed with flags.
We should have stated earlier that
after lauding us at Kcauhou the
Kinnu went back to Ililo in charge
of Purser Beckley, and after taking
on freight and passengers came tho
next day for the party. At 3.15
Friday afternoon we left Kcauhou,
and came round the south point, up
the Kona coast, reaching Kawaihac
Saturday morning at 2 o'clock. At
five minutes past four o'clock wc
were once more at Mnhukona. After
breakfast the whole of the part',
with the exception of four, went on
tho 7 o'clock train, tiding twenty
miles to Niulii. This journey on
the cars will cost the totnist S2.50
extra, including lunch, but it amply
repays anyone for so slight an ex
pense, us it is a beautiful ride
through fine cane fields, and at tho
end of the ride a sugar mill can be
inspected. Numerous gulches arc
crossed by means of large trestle
biidgcs perfectly secure, and you
ate in sight of the sen most of the
time. At ten minutes to four o'clock
Saturday afternoon we hid good bye
with our friends at Mahukona and
the steamer leaves for home. Wc
stopped at Makena, Maalaca Bay
and lastly Lahaina, leaving the latter
place at 12 o'clock midnight. It
was a beautiful moonlight night and
nearly everyone was on deck. Wo
arrived in Honolulu a few minutes
bcfoic six o'clock Sunday morning,
after a quick passage across tho
channel, having made the trip to the
Volcano and return in just less than
four days and fourteen hours. It
was a most delightful tiip from be
ginning to cud, not a single hitch
occurring, and the whole of the
patty were more than satisfied with
the arrangements provided for their
comfort. To the Hon. S. G. Wilder
the greatest praise is due for his
care and attention the whole of the
trip. He left nothing undone to
make it pleasant. Whatever he un
dertakes, as everyone knows, is
hound to be a success. The ladies
of the party wc know feel specially
indebted to him. This new route is
bound to be greatly taken advantage
of, on account' of its simplicity and
reasonable expense. By the first of
January, 188G, the Company will
put on carriages for ten miles of the
road, which will leave only the jour
ney on horseback up the pali. The
Kinau will leave on the 14th of July
for the next trip, and intending pas
sengers should make early applica
tion for tickets.
A FAREWELL BREAKFAST.
This morning, His Ex. the Minis
ter of the Interior and Mrs. Guliek
gave a breakfast at their residence,
King street, in honor of Miss Annis
Montague and Mr. Charles Turner.
Besides the host and hostess and
their guests, there were present II.
R. II. Princess Liliuokalani, His
Ex. Gov. J. O. Dominis and Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Atherton. The
Royal Hawaiian Band was stationed
on the lawn in front of the house
and played a beautiful programme
A SECOXD-IIAND ORGAN, in good
Cjl order. Call at
GOX3.VLVES & CO.,
.VJ lw Hotel ttrcct.
fei. M. CABTER,
AdKKT TO TAKK
Acknowledgments lo Labor Contracts.
Oflicu with Mr. Fislibourne.
A FINE lot of Rice Straw suitable
bedding for hor.son isoflVrcd for
sale iu quantities to suit buyers, nt n
rcHHOiiablu pi Ire. Enquire nf
WONG LEOXa & CO.,
1007 Hm No. Hi Nuiwnu ft., Honolulu.
ALL debts due Samuel Nott, which
are not paid on or before July 1st
next, will be enforced by suit. Bills "re
payable with L. A. Thurston, !18 Mcr.
clii.ni St. L. A. THURSTUN,
01 lw Attorney for S. Nolt.
AVI NO obtained the cervices of a
lht.ca-i4 Piano Tuner, wo w Inn
to inform thu nubile that we aro able to
Tune and Repair Pianos at fliort notice.
All oiderjt left wiih us will bo promptly
attended to, and all work warrantid,
IQiii ly EST, DOW ,fc CO.
Mr. H. H. Babcock,
WITH Wfbt. Dow it Co , wishes to
inform thu ladled nnd gentlemen
of Honolulu, that he will tako a few
pupils on the Guitar. Anyone wUhing
lo learn will please apply at the store.
TUB FAST SAILtNd
KSb. Schooner EHUKAI
will run regularly
TO WAIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weuthcr
For f reiglit or passage apply to tho
Captain on bo'ird, or to
Pacikio Navigation Co.,
linncs n specially.
'"PHE two story coral building recu
JL pled by Chilian ifc Co. as a Rice
Mill, possession given Immediately. Ap
ply I" OHULAN&CO.
HOUSE TO LET
ND Furniture for Sale.
, Nicely furnished rooms with
ior wituoui uotttu in a prlvato
family. Conveniently lecntcd.
Apply to AVERY & PA LMEB,
81 lw Real Estnto Agents, 65 Fort tit.
1710UH plcaant rooms suitable for
. ofliccH, second lloor of the Brewer
Block, on Fort Street, over tho store of
N. S. Snch. Applv to
AVE It Y & PALMER,
Real Estate Agents, No. GO Fort Sireet.
COTTAGE TO LET.
A nice 4 room cottnge within
iun3y rench of II nolulu, situ,
late at Kapalama. Terms $0
per month. Apply to
MRS. MARIA KING,
on tho grounds, or to A. J. Cartwilght,
at his office. 40 tf
THE STORE lately occupied by
Samuel Null, In Campbell's Block,
on Fort Street. Applv to
L. A. THURSTON,
or B. P. Dillixoham.
Honolulu, April 1, 1883. 08.". tf
For Kent or Ssilc.
The premises on Nuuanu Stcet,
opposite tnc .Mausoleum, own.
icu aud lately occunicd liv
Samuel Xott. Apply to
L. A. TIIURSTOX,
:!S Mciolmnt St.
Honolulu, .Tune 4th, IHio. Hell tf
AVERY COMFORTABLE and con.
venient house on Kinnu street, be
tween Pensacolaand Pilkoi street", con
taining three bedrooms, parlor, dining
room, kitchen, pantry, bnih-room,
Btablos, etc. 'Large garden. Bent, $40
per month. Possession given about
August lflth. For further patticulars
inquire of LYONS & LEVEY,
Oil tf Auctioneirs.
A BEAUTIFUL SEASIDE HOUSE
rpiIAT FINE RESIDENCE at W'ni
X kikl, along the sea beach, owned
by Mr. G. West, Is for sale. Deep lot,
tine tea bathing bottom, and everything
pleasant to make it a home of comfort.
No incumbrance on the property. Price
$:i,-!")0 cash. Applv to
.1. E. WISEMAN,
5ti xw General BusincbS Agent.
desirable and convenient
Residence on Beretnnia
Street, until lately occupied by F. H.
Pratt, E-q., completu with out-houscs,
stables, gardens and pasture. Abo. the
premises oc- upied ni present a n IviW
OlDcc by John Rus'cll, Esq., centrally
located near the coiner of Fo:t and
Merchant Streets. For patticulars, ap
ply cither by letter or oilarwisc to
DR. STANGNWALD, Merchant Jit.
FOR KOLOA & WAIMEA,
The Clipper Schooner
V. Kibbling, ... - Master,
Will run regularly to the ports of
KOf.OA, IIANAPEPE & WAIMEA,
KAUAI. For freight or passage apply
to the Captain on board, or to the
Pacific Navigation Co.,
890 Urn Cor. Nuuanu & Queen sis.
HONOLULU DECORATIVE ART
NO. 7 CHAPLAIN STREET. Lcs
sons given In Marine, Landscape.
Mock Kensington, Photograph i.nd
Crayon Painting in Oil und Water
Colon. Flowcia in.Wiix, Wool, Plush,
Felt, Silk. Leather, Hair, Crstul, Fea.
ther and Flhliscnle. All kinds of Em
broidery nnd Designing taught with
Skeleton Bcal, Lace, Comb, Glass, Shell
and Bullion work. For terms, etc, a p.
ply to A. I. mJHKB,
0 Urn Temple of Fashion.
f lifter's StmsMg Co.
Route to the Volcano
rpHE Steamer KINAU, King Com
JL mander, will lenvo Honolulu on
Tuesday, June 23rd, for Kcauhou, the
New Volcano Landing, and theicafter
upon tho first Tuesday after the arrival
ot tho Alamida and Mariposa, due here
tho 8ih nnd i!3nd of each month.
Wo offer p.iwngersTiuiouaii tiukutb
for the sum of kiitv iollaks all
ciiaiiqeh l'Ain; nllowln(j pflH-ongcrs
tweniy.four l'ours' tlmo m the Volcano
House, nnd reluming to Honolulu ou
Only i'ouutken miles kiiom the
rtkamrii to Tim Voi cano, over a good
road less than half tho distance ot any
On nil trips except Volcano trips, tho
KINAU will run her regular time table,
going to Ililo and returning to Bono
lulu at 10 a.m. BaturdVB. On Volcano
trips, pasficngers from Ltupahoehoe
must tako tho steamer on up trips. Pas
Bengers can remain on board or stop over
at Ililo until Friday at 0 a.m., as tlioy
All further particulars given nt the
ollleo of ,
WINDER'S HTEA91H1IIP CO.
Honolulu, June 12, 18S5, 45 tf