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WEDNKSDAY, .Jt'LY 1, IbHfi.
Pchr Nettle Merrill from Lahaln.i
6 B Alameda fur S I'
Stmr Planter for Knunt
.Jchr Kntnol for Lmipnlioclioe
Schr Wallcle for Mnllko
Sohr Kaulkeaotili for Kntinln
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr W O Hall lor Windward Ports
Stmr Iwalunl foi" Ilamnkita
VESSELS IN PORT.
Jtatkciillna Ella, Howe
Brit Ilk Hlrmnh. .lenc.s
Bk.lulln Koid. Burgciutin
FrBk Louis IX, Labour
for San Francisco, per Alameda,
.Tulv 1 JI1.59 IT K Camcntcr. "Wallace
Alexander, S 'J' Alexander. Ml9 Julia
Alexander. Miss Aunlo Alexander, Mr
and Mrs 0 II Turner, Dr .1 11 Hatch
and wife, Mls C C Grlc, Mrs J E Han
ford, Mrs R S Smith and child, II W
Ilyman and sou. Fred T Rouse, S 0
Ilcrnolds and wife. T K Young and
wife. II 0 Warren, L ,1 Boardninn, M S
Orlnbauni, MUs Small, MrsT Kruse, 0
Booth, Mrs swain, kcv u jicmtr,
"E O Sanford, Miss .1 Knowlloii. MUs
Fannie Mai (in, Mis Bceklcy. M Schtill,
II T Woods. 1) A McKinley, Mrs J M
Cooke, M Plko, .T Plko and son, Miss E
Clark, G X 'Wilcox. Mrs Mattim, Capt
C A Louw.c, D Geldmacher. Hurry
Sillier, C 11 Judd, .7 Silva, ,1 Corbctt, A
Fernandez, .7 S Lewis, A Baposa, A
Cascmlro, wife and U children, V Pedro,
Mrs .7 Julia and son, Sirs M A Heine, .1
da Camara, wife and 15 children, A
Vierra, wife and child, A Francisco, L
do Paloa, "W Culler, .7 de S Pareira,
wife and 7 children, A doz Santo, wife
and 5 children, A T Bandard, wife and
child, II Antonson. E Paratta, L Kob
Inson, F E Rice, W E Shaw, .7 Gomez,
J Durkig, wife and child, S W Godieke,
wife and 2 children, Miss Osborn, W A
Movie, G Trimble, Sirs L Parke, Geo
Clarke, W Ebcltng, A Matthews, It E
Turnball, J Santos, Frank Lake, II
Lakewant, and 4 Chinese.
For San Francisco, per Calbarien.
June 30 S- E Mann. Mrs More and F
The S S Alameda sailed at noon this
day for San Francisco with 31,852 bags
of sugar, 15,u3.' from Irwin & Co, 1,10S
from Widemaun. 3,203 from Castle. &
Cooke, C.434 from Brewer & Co, 324
from Phillips & Co, 3.222 from Schaefer
& Co, and 1,030 from Grinbaum & Co.
She also took 3,234 bas of rice, 1 ,727
bunches of bananas, 47 ea'-cs of pine
apples, 2."iG bundles of green hides, 03
dry hides, 10 bundles of goat skin. 9
bundles, of sheep skins, 250 bundles of
sugar-cane, 11 boxes of leaves, 7 boxes
of fruits and 1 bag of gold and silver
coin (82,020.00). Total value domestic
A telephonic message, came from
Waialua last evening stating that the
stmr C E Bishop was on the reef at that
place. The Capt of the Bishop reports
18 feet of water" on one side of the
gtcauier and S feet on tho other, and
that the vessel is -fast midships. The
steamer Iwalani was despatched at 10.30
o'clock this lnorniug to render all tho
The American Girl will be lowered
from the Marine Hallway to-morrow.
The bark Louis IX is ilockcd near the
foot of Fort street.
Tho Julia Ford and Burniah have
almost finished discharging.
The sailing of tho stmr W G Hall
has been postponed until to-morrow
r m, iu order to take iu some machi
nery for Ililea mill.
The Iwalani sails to-morrow.
The Caibaricn sailed last evening
with 10.780 bags of sugar valued at
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mu, Robello has a large cottage to
-i I, .. . i
Mits. II. Macmillan advertises for
a good seamstress.
Quaiitkrly bills are quite fashion
able around town.
The full programme for the glo
rious Fourth will be found in to-day's
The usual weekly service at St.
Andrew's Cathedral this evening at
The attention of the members of
Hook & Ladder Co. is called to a
notice about their taxes.
" The Friend for the month of July
lias been laid on our table and will
y receive due notice hereafter.
Tin: man, W. Ebllng, who
centlv shot himself left on
the Alameda to-day for the Coast.
Those who wish to take part in the
procession of tho Antiques and Hor
ribles will find a notice in another
The Post Ofilco despatched by the
Alameda 5,152 letters weighing 119
lbs. 5 oz., and 1,203 papers weighing
.. i m m -
A iuviukki) of S3 per share is now
payable to stockholders of tho Ha
waiian Agricultural Co. at Brewer &
Cot.. C. 11. Judd, His Majesty's
Chamberlain, left by the Alameda
to-day, He will probably return by
the samo steamer.
Tun stockholders of C. Brewer &
Co. ure notified that a dividend of
82 per share will now be paid at the
company's olllcc, Queen street.
L.III.IIWIUU1IIMMIHII ! HIJIiqiHI.HIILHI
1 II. n. II. tho Princess Lllluokn.
lnnl will hold her monthly reception
, to-moirow afternoon from !1 to fi
o'clock at her rcMdonco, Palntim.
Tiiu Custom House authorities
found iu all, yesterday, 2,200 tins of
opium. Lcong Pang was arrested
and is chnrged with importing it into
mi mill in .
It has pleased His Majesty the
King to appoint Mr. David A. Mc
Kinley Consul General for the Pacific
Stales, California, Oregon and Ne
vada, and Washington Territory.
Lrvni:n writers will have another
clmnt'c to forward correspondence to
the Coast, ns the P. M. S. S. Aus
tralia, is duo on Sunday from the
Colonics, i')i route for San Francisco.
Pr.itsoxs wishing for extra copies
of any number of the Bullutik can
always secure them by sending in
their orders at any time up to half
past one o'clock of the day of publi
cation. Noi.ti: has just received a large
consignment, of superior Manila
Cigars, which smokers would do well
to try. If asked to give them a
name, one should at onco say, "Hard
The steamer C. K. Bishop was
telephoned ashore at Waialua last
evening. The Iwalani went down
to her assistance, but up to the hour
of our going, to press, had not ar
Last evening E. C. Bruns and
Dick Davis were running 100 yards
foot races on Hotel street for 31.00 a
side. After .running twice and com
ing in tic both times the race was
put off until another time.
Tnu partnership heretofore exist
ing between Messrs. Broglie &
Spear, jewellers, has been dissolved
by mutual consent. The business
will be carried on in the future by
Messrs. Spear & Pfeiffer.
Tin: usual monthly concert will be
held at the vestry of the Fort Street
Church this evening. Subject,
Mexico. Papers will be read by
Mrs. Cruzan, Mrs. W. W. Hall and
Messrs. P. C. Jones and W. AV.
At the Bethel Union Church vestry
this evening at 7:30 o'clock there
will be a preparatory lecture for
communion on Sunday. The admis
sion of new members will take place
at 7. After the lecture a business
meeting of the Bethel Social Union
will be held.
The following were the largest
shippers of sugar by the S. S. Ala
meda: W. (i. lrwi'n & Co., 15,535
bags ; C. Brewer & Co., G,434 bags ;
Castle & Cooke, 3,293 bags; F. A.
Schaefer & Co., 3,222 bags; Grin
baum & Co., 1,03Q. bags; II. A.
By instructions received from G.
Vf. Macfarlanc & Co., Lyons &
Levey will sell to-morrow morning at
10 o'clock at their salesroom, on a
liberal credit, a lot of new consign
ments just received direct from the
manufacturers, a complete list of
which will be found in another
The regular monthly social of the
Bethel Social Union will be held to
morrow evening. A debate will take
place on the following subject:
"That the privilege of the ballot
should bo accorded to woman."
Mrs. II. M. Whitney takes the
affirmative and Mr. Jay Greene the
negative. Other interesting exer
cises will take place.
Mb. Lycan has handed in to this
office two pineapples, from his estate
at Kalihi. One was the result of
cultivation, the other was simply
allowed to grow, Topsy-like. The
difference in favor of cultivation was
as between 5$ lbs. and 2k lbs.
weight. This is a btrong settler to
the heresy that pineapples thrive as
well without as with cultivation.
The Honolulu Rifles arc to appear
at their armory next Tuesday even
ing in full dress uniform for the pur
pose of electing a second lieutenant
in plnce of Mr. Gunn resigned. The
exhibition drill followed by a hop
will take place on Thursday evening,
July 23rd, at the Central Paik skat
ing rink. The company arc to have
an extra drill every Saturday even
ing until after the 23rd Inst.
The following arc tho entries for
the races on the Fourth of July,
which closed at two o'clock this
afternoon, with Secretary C. O.
No. 1. American Cup, half mile
dash Col. Gift; Belle of Kauai;
Hancock j Garfield.
No. 2. itnplolaui Purse, mile
dash Lady Hooker; O. II. ; Stran
ger. No. 3. Amateur Cup, trotting or
pacing Lucy ; Dick ; Unknown.
No. 4. Fourth of July Cup, mile
dash May D. ; Kositu ; Lady Hook
No. .0. Kalnkaua Purse, two mile
dash Idle Girl Langford, Jr. ;
8EREHADE AND TESTIMONIAL.
This morning the Royal llmvallnn
Hand gave a farewell serenade to
Consul Davld.A. McKinloy, playing
the following programme-!
Overture Festival Bach
Marching thro' Georgia
Tramp, Tramp, Tramp
Walt! Witltimnnln Merger
Ballad Aloha Oct Ltlluokalnul
Glory, Glory Hallelujah,
Yankee Doodle, Star Spangled Banner,
At ten o'clock the following
gentlemen waited on Mr. McKinloy
at Ids olllcc : A. J. Cartwriglit, T.
II. Davics, F. A. Schaefer, John II.
Paty, P. C. Jones, Jr., and J. G.
Spencer. His Ex. tho American
Minister was also present. Mr.
Cnrtwright, on behalf of tho signers,
read tho following testimonial letter
and at the same timo presented Mr.
McKinloy witli a very handsome
cocoanut walking cane, with a solid
gold ueau and suitably engraved :
Honolulu, July 1st, 1SS3.
I). A. McKinley, Esq..
Consul for tho United States
1)i:ais Sin: Wo, the undersigned re
sidents of Honolulu, desire to express to
you our sincere regret at the termina
tion, by your departure, of the relations
which have existed between us, during
the past years of your olllcial life in our
midst. The close Intercourse between
the United States and the Hawaiian
Kingdom, renders the part of United
States Consul at this port one of pecu
liar impoitance, and brings the incum
bent into constant communication with
every business house and business man.
The harmony of these relations depends
very largely on the personal, as well as
official, bearing of the Consul, and it Is
our especial desire to express our sense
of the courteous and oblitrlnir manner
in which youvhavu transacted all the
olllcial business that wc have had to
bring before you.
We need uot occupy your time by
many words on this subject, and the
most we can say is mat cacn oi us lccis
that he is bidding good-bye to a friend,
and to one who never purchased friend
ship by the sacrifice of duty.
Wc beg you will carry with you the
accompanying walking-stick only to
remind you at times of the sturd
friends you have left behind, and who
will miss your genial smiles and hearty
Wo remain, dear sir,
Yours very faithfully,
Win. (J. Irwin & Co. II. A. Wldcmnnn
Ulnus Spreckels A Co. M. Philips Co.
II. Ilackfcld & Co. A. W. l'eirco
. W. Macf arlano & Co.IIolllstcr & Co.
Ilvtnnn IU-os II. Slav & Co.
Wilder ft Co. 11. F. fillers & Co.
J. A. Hopper II. I!. Mclntyrr & llro.
Lyons & Levey DillliiRlinm & Co.
tM. iiaii8ciiiueKCrai;o.M!wero uooko
T. II. Duvies & Co.
K. O. Hall & Sou
J. T. Waterliouso
S. J. Levey & Co.
Clmlim & Co.
W. F. Allen
Allen & ltolilnson
Custlo & Cooke
Ficeth & Peacock
Ilenson, Smith & Co.
C. O. Bcrger
M. S. Grinbaum Co.
F. A. Selmcfcr if- Co.
J. II. Oat, Jr., if-Co.
Wing Wo Chan .t Co.
Sin;; Choni; Co.
Mr. McKinley replied as follows :
Your valuable token is truly a surprise
and from my whole heart I can only say
at this time, that I return my sincere
thanks not only for the elegant gift but
for the many kindly expressions you
have tendered. It shall be my pride
through life to carry with me this walk
ing stick, and as the years come and go
I shall be pleased to lean on this staff
and feel that it is emblematical of that
linn, true and abiding friendship which
smoothes the path of life and supports
tottering age to the brink of the grave.
Again 1 thank vou each and all, and you
have my sincere hope that your lives
may continue beyond the allotted time
and always abounding in peace and joy.
A BRILLIANT RECEPTION.
Honolulu society was all astir last
evening, the occasion being a fare
well reception to Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Turner at the residence of
Mr. Charles M. Cooke, Beritania
street. The house and grounds
were beautifully decorated, and the
effect ns seen from the road was
very fine. The spacious front
verandah was one mass of colored
lanterns, and large numbers were
distributed around the grounds.
The Royal Hawaiian Band was sta
tioned immediately in front of the
house, and during the evening play
ed a choice programme of music by
order of II. R. II. Piincess Liliuoka
lani. The interior of the palatial
residence presented a gay appear
ance, being crowded throughout the
evening by large numbers of our
best society people, whose variegated
costumes lent an additional charm
to the Bcene. Amongst those pre
sent were: His Majesty the King,
ll. R. II. Princess Liliuokalani, His
Ex. Gov. J. O. Dominis, His Ex.
the Minister of the Interior and
Mrs. Gulick, the American Minister
Resident, Hon. George W. Merrill,
and Mrs. Merrill, II. B. M.'s Com
missioner Major J. II. Wodehouseand
Mrs. Wodchotise. The invited guests
were received at the entrance by
Mr. Cooke and at once conducted to
the largo parlors and presented to
Mr. and Mrs. Turner, by Mrs.
Cooke und Mr. J. B. Atherton.
During tho evening, ice cream and
cake were handed round, and the
event is one that will not soon bo
forgotten. Mr. and Mrs. Turner
left on the Alameda to-day for
Tinned and caned.
On Memorial Day last, Miss Annis
Montague and Mr. Chas. Turner
were invited by n commltteo of Geo.
W. DcLong Post, No. 45, G.A.R.,
to assist thctn in their exercises at
Music Hall, which invitation they
kindly accepted, and to their artistio
efforts may bo attributed tho success
of the entertainment. None who
were there will oyer forget their
rendition of patriotic nlrs, It wa9
resolved at a subsequent meeting of
tho Post, "that a committee bo ap
pointed to obtain sitllttblo gifts to be
presented to Miss Montague and Mr.
Turner," and Comrades Hartwcll,
Laino and Eldredgo were selected.
The result was n beautiful pin re
presenting tho maile vine on a trellis,
with a flower made of a kukui nut In
tho centre, for Miss Montague, and
a very fine uandal-wood cane with
an ivory head for Mr. Turner. The
whole matter was kept secret, until
Comrade Laino invited Miss Monta
gue and Mr. Turner in to the back
parlor, at tho reception at the resi
dence of Mr. C. M. Cooke last even
ing, when Comrade Hartwcll pre
sented tho souvenirs of the Post, to
tho bewildered recipients, in a very
neat speech, assuring them of the
"aloha nui loa" of tho Comrades,
and wishing thorn long life, prospe
ritj' and happiness. This was re
sponded to in a feeling manner bj
the fair "nightingale" and Mr. Tur
ner, and so ended the very pleasant
THE ALAMEDA'S DEPARTURE.
The scene on the wharf to-day at
the departure of the Alameda was
unusualry gay. A large number of
passengers left by her, and the
greater portion of them were almost
buried in leis and fiovers. His
Majesty the King and II. II. II.
Princess Liliuokalani were present
to bid good bye to several friends.
The Royal Hawaiian Band seemed
to play better than ever, and finish
ed up with "Good-bye Charlie,"
tho "Star Spangled Banner" and
"Hawaii Ponoi." Tho vessel
at noon sharp.
A PRESENTATION BAT.
In the window of Messrs. J. M.
Oat, Jr., & Co.'s store may bo seen a
very handsome baseball bat, about
two feet six inches in length. It is
made of the different island woods,
and polished in a beautiful manner.
The end of the handle is of ivory,
below which is a silver band
for an inscription. It is presented
by Mr. J. M. Oat to the club win
ning most games during the series.
The bat was turned and polished by
Mr. W. E. Herrick and is highly
creditable to him.
MYRTLES VS. DUDES.
The second game of polo ever
played in this city took place last
evening at the Yosemitc Skating
Rink between the above two clubs
of the Yosemitc league. The first
goal was obtained by the Dudes,
but tbey did not get a chance to
score afterwards, the Myrtles win
ning the next three goals and the
game. Dr. McAllister, Frank Gertz,
C. Eckel and W. Richards officiated
as umpires. The game lasted just
twenty-five minutes, and was very
exciting. A good audience was
Kamakau, Kaiepelu, Keinc and
"Wailua (w) eacii forfeited bail of
SG for drunkenness. Andrew, Ka
welo, Heia and Kealaau were lined
$0 each for tho same offense, while
Mauleha, being an old offender, was
sent over on the reef for 10 days.
Mokuhau and Holuluaika (w) for
feited bail of 810 each for disturb
ing quiet of night. Kow Chang, for
being a common nuisance, was fined
85 and 83 costs. Cliem Lock and
Tai Lung were charged with having
opium in possession. Chem Lock
was found guilty and fined 850 and
imprisoned at hard labor for one
month. Tai Lung was discharged.
Kanahcleaumoku was charged with
selling intoxicating drinks, contrary
to Sections 32 and ttti of laws of
1882. He pleaded guilty, nnd was
fined 850 and sentenced to imprison
ment at hard labor for 15 days.
Joe Brown and Bila forfeited bail
for drunkenness. F. Blackburn, for
violating express rules No. G, was
remanded until the 1st. Kahalekou
was fined 810 and costs for assault
and battery on Hong Kec.
Fred Blackburn, for violating ex
press rille No. G, by leaving his
horse not securely fastened, was
fined 83 and 84.50 costs. Ah
Chuck and Ah Nog were charged
with having opium in possession.
Tho case was discontinued against
Ah Chuck, and Ah Nog was fined
850, and sentenced to imprisonment
at hard labor for ono month. Lcong
Pang, on a charge of importing
opium, was remanded until the 3rd.
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
Ik you want n nice shoo,, boot,
slipper, or, any kind of children
shoes, L. Adlcr is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu street. 080. tf.
IT'ox fcsjxie Olieap,
A GOOD SADDLE HORSE. Apply
to E. B. MILES,
01 3t Cor. Punchbowl & Queen Sts.
In gojd order. Call at
GOXdALVLS k CO.,
fill lw Hotel street.
jn. CHAS. HOYT'3 Shoeing Shop
Ik now rc-onenrd.
horso n specially.
A Good Pasture for Horses,
"VTEAK TOWN, at $2 CO per month.
i.1 Pasture securely fenced, and no
sick horses accepted. Applv to A. A.
MOXTANO, nt Jianoa Valley, or orders
enn bo loll at Jlclntyre A Itrother's
grocery More, corner ot Fori and King
street". 5!) ilni
IN KAl'IOLAXI PARK,
COTTAGES TO LET,
"tvTlTU OH WITHOUT BOAWD.
V Delightful sea bathing. Dodd's
'busses i tm to the place when two or
more passengers oiler. Applv to
C2T Telephone 02. 58 1m
HAVING obtained tho services of a
first-class Piano Tuner, wc wish
to inform the public that we arc able to
Tune and Itcpair Pianos nt short notice.
All orders left with us will be promptly
attended to, and all work warranted.
1032 ly WEST, DOW & UP.
Mr. H. H. Babcock,
WITH West, Dow & Co., wishes to
inform the ladies and gentlemen
of Honolulu, that he will take a few
pupils on the uuitar. Anyone wishing
to leain will please applv nt the store.
13 lm '
MKM15EKS of Honolulu Engine
Company, No. 1 The members of
the above Company are requested to
call on the Treasurer, Mr. John A.
Spear, at Uroglic, Spear it Co.'s, Fort
street, and pay up their dues by tho 12th
of July, or tlioso owing over $3 will not
be exempt from taxes, as the Secretary
will have to make returns to the As
sessor by the 15th of J til v. By order of
tho Foreman. P. O'SULMVAN,
59 lw Secretary.
HONOLULU DECORATIVE ART
CHAPLAIN STREET. Les.
sons civen lu Marine. Landscape.
Mock Kensington, Photograph and
Crayon Painting in Oil and AVnter
Colors. FlowetB in Wax, Wool, Plush,
Fel Silk. Leather, Hair, Crystal, f ea
ther nnd Fishscalc. All kinds of Em.
broidery and Designing taught with
Skeleton Bead, Lace, Comb, Glass, Shell
and Bullion work. For terms, etc, np.
ply to A. M. BURKE,
at) 3m Temple of Fashion.
Oraip mil Linm Trees.
THESE THEE 3 are of the very best
kinds. ONE DOLLAR EACH.
For sale bv
J. KI DWELL,
Best slzc3 and quality.
FlooringTiles for Garden Walks;
Pipes Suitable for Drains.
Square & Arched Tire Bricks;
CoiTugated Iron Roofing;
Velvet & Tapestry Centre
ISug-s e Mats.
Apply to THEO. II. DAVIES & CO.
to iik uni.n at
Under the Auspices of the
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB !
Kaces commence nt2 o'clock p.m. sharp.
iiAci: .Vo. i.
AMERICAN ClJP-7.r, addul. Half
mllodash; free for all; weight for age.
iiaui: So, a.
KAPIOLANI PUHSE-$100. Mile
dash j for Hawaiian hied horses; weight
it.vci: Xo. a.
AMATEUR CUP Trotllnp or pacing;
lost two In three; for members of the
Jockey Club only.
it.;r, .o. i.
FOURTH Of JULY CUP Mllodash;
a sweepstake of $t0 added for named
hon-cit; weight for age,
ItACi: Xo. 5.
KALAKAUA PURSE $150. Two
mlludash; Ireu for all; weight for age.
Entries close on Wednesday, July 1st,
at 2 o'clock p.m., at tho olllcc of the
Secretary, with tho cjkccpllnn of racu
No. 1. O. O BERGER. Scc'y.
52 2 w
THE two.ttory cotal building occu
pied by Chilian (Jo. as n Hlco
Mill, posscstloii given lininedlatclv. Ap.
ply to CUULAN&'CO.
HOUSE TO LET
AND Furniture for Sale, at
No. ft I
COTTAGE TO LET.
.A nice 4 roum cottaec within
icasy reach of U nolulu, situ.
,ate nt Kapnlnma. Term 8S0
per month. Apply to
MKS. MAMA KINO,
on the Krounils, or to A. J. Cartwilcht,
at his olllcc. -lOtf
THE STORE lately occupied by
Samuel Nott, In Campbell's Block,
on Fort Street. Applv to
L. A. THURSTON,
or II. F. Dillingham.
Honolulu, April 1, 1885. 985 tf
For Rent or Sale.
The premises on Nuuanu Steot,
loppuauc tne .iiuusojeum, own.
led and lately occupied bv
Samuel Nott. Apply to
L. A. THURSTON,
US Merchant St.
Honolulu, Juno 4th, 1835. 033 tf
AVERY COMFORTABLE and con.
vcnlcnl house on K.inau street, be
tween 1'cnsacola and Piikoi streets, con.
tabling three bedrooms, parlor, dining,
room, kitchen, pantry, batli.ruoin,
staulcs, etc. Large garden. Rent, 40
per month Possession given about
August lfith. For further paitlculars
Inquire of LYONS & LEVEY,
5(3 tf Auctioneers.
A BEAUTH'TTL SEASIDE HOUSE
rpiIAT FINE RESIDENCE nt Wai
JL kiki, along the sea beach, owned
by Mr. (3. West, is for sale. Deep lot,
line sea bathiu bottom, and everything
pleasant to make it a home of comfort.
No incumbrance on the property. Price
$3,150 cash. Applv to
J. E. WISEMAN,
50 tw General Business Agent.
THAT very dcsirnhle and convenient
Faisily Residence on Berctnnla
Street, until lately occupied by F. S.
Pratt, Esq., complete with out-houses,
stables, gardens and pasture. Alto, the
premises oci upied at present a a Lsw
Office by John Russell, Esq., centrally,
located near tho corner of Fort and
Merchant Streets. For particulars, ap.
ply cither by letter or otherwise to
DR. STANGNWALD, Merchant St.
A FINE lot or Rico Straw suitable
bedding for horses is offered for
sale in quantities to suit buyer, at a
reasonable pi ice. Enquire of
WONG LEONG & CO.,
1007 3m No. 10 Nuuanu bt., Honolulu.
FOR KOLOA & WAIMEA,
The Clipper Schooner
F. Kibbling, .... Master,
Will run regularly to the ports of
KOLOA, HANAPEPE & WAIMEA,
KAUAI. For freight or passage apply
to the Captain on board, or to the
Pacific Navioatiox Co.,
890 3m Cor. Nuuanu & Queen sis.
THE FAST SAILIKO
will run regularly
TO WAIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to tho
Captain on board, or to
Pacific Navigation Co.,
The Fine American Bark
A. AV. NEWELL Master
Duo at tills port on the
lOtli July Next,
Will have immediate despatch for Hong
For freight or pascngo apply to
48flw C. BREWER & Co., Queen St.
f Mer's SIihsMd Co.
Route to the Volcano !
rpiIE Steamer KINAU, King Uom
X mander, will leave Honolulu on
Tuesday, June 23rd, for Keauhou, tho
New Volcano Landing, nnd thereafter
upon the first Tuesday after the arrival
ot tho Alameda and Mariposa, duo here
the 8th and 22nd of each month.
Wo oiler passcngersTiiitotioiiTiOKETB
for the sum of fifty dom.ahs all
citAitaiCH l'Ain; allowing prs-engers
twcnty.four hours' time at the Volcano
Ifoutc, and returning to Honolulu on
Only fouiitkkn siii.es kiiom tiik
srEAMEit to tiu: Voi cano, over a good
road less than half the distance of any
On nil trips except Volcano trips, the
KINAU will run her regular time table,
going to Hilo and rcturnliie; to 11 ono.
lulu at 10 a.m. Saturdiys. On Volcano
.trips, patscngcrs (rum Laupahochoe
must tako tho steamer on up trips. Pas
sengers can remain on board or stop over
at Hllo mull Friday at 0 a.m., as thoy
All further particulars given at the
WISjDUU'S STEAMSHIP CO.
Honolulu, Juno 12, 1685. 45 tf