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Australian Mill Seivice!
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The New nnd Fine Al 81ml Sicamslilp
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu fiom Sydney
and Auckland on or about
Juiy 28, 1392,
Aud will leave for the above port with
malls and passengers on oi
about that (lute.
For Sydney and Auckland !
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
July 29, 1892,
And will havo prompt dispatch with
mails aud passungers for
thu above ports.
I" The undcislgned atO now pre
pared to issuu Tluough Ticket fiom
this city to all points in thu United
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Fi eight or Passage, apply to
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War's lamsliii Go.'s
Will leae Honolulu at 2 o'clock p.m.,
touching at Lahainu, Maalaea Bay
and Makena the same day; Muhu
konu, Kawaihae and Liuip.ihoelioo the
following day, arriving at Hilo at
Friday,. . .
Returning leaves Hilo, touching ut
Laupahouhoo oiunu day; Kawailiao
A. m.; Mahukona 10 a. m.; Makena
4 p. ji, ; Maalaea Buy G p. m.; Laha
inu 8 p. m. the following day; arriv
ing at Honolulu (5 a. m. Wednesdays
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Wednesday, July Gth
Satuiday " Kith
Wednesday " 27th
Saturday Aug, (itli
Wednesday " 17th
Satuiday, " 27th
gjV No Freight will bo recoived
after 12 noon of day of sailing.
STMR. 'CLAUDINE '
Will leave Honolulu ovcry Tuesday
at 5 o'clock p. M,, touching at Knliu
lui, Hitelo, liana, Hamoa and Kip.i
lailii, Maui, and l'aatihau, Hawaii,
Returning will urrive at Honolulu
ovory Sunday morning.
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handling live stock, we decline to as
sume any responsibility in case of the
loss of same, and will not be responsible
for mutiny or jewelry unless placed in
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S. fl. ROSK, Secretary.
CAPT. J. A. KING, Port Supt.
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t&. l'iiitleular ultention paid to all
kinds of lepalis, 1-01
Island Shells and Curios 1
IIOLKSAI.i: and letail. iheap for
' casli, at 101 Port sheet, between
Killers' iliy goods itoio and Frank
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Special Rales For Families and
The Volcano llitut-u mice fiom mill
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U -3tiiil Trip, up and return by
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way of Hilo, 11 day ifTO
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w.iy Kau, 14 days $S0
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lioin-o, if I per day.
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staying uvei, and any one staying
over live days, $'.l a day for all o.ees
ovur live days.
To families or pailies of four and
upwaids, holding tickets and staying
over, oi staying after live days, .."iO
Cliildiuu uniler live, with parents,
ve and len, half
ICILAUEA VOLCANO HOUSE CO
June 24, 1892.
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Pacific Mail SteansMi Go.
Occidental & OriGuiai S. S. Co.
For Yokohama & Hongkong.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the
aboo pons on or about the following
Stmr. "Oceanic" Aug. 23, 1892
SImr. 'China" Oct. 3, J 892
Slmr. "Oceanic" Nov. 1, 18E2
Stmr. "China" Dae. 12, 1892
S'mr. "Oceanic" Jan. 11, 1853
Slmr. ' .hina" Feb 20,1893
Slmr. "Gaelic" April It, 1B93
Tor San Francisco.
Steameis of thu abou Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way fiom
Hongkong and Yokohama to thu above
port on or about thu following dates:
.July 26. 1892
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ami return, SO.
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Sept ( Sept 13
Oct 4 Oct 11
Nov 1 Nov 8
Fi oin San Francisco From Sydney for
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Mariposa. Aug 2(i
Monowai Sept 2U
Alameda . Oct 21
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I On and after May 1st,
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of the iimlcrli:iicd, on
Tliiiislon Avenue, containing Laige l'ar
lor. Dining Boom, Coitservatoiy, Two
lU'diooins, Diessing Room with Station
aiy Wiii-Itaud and Cedar Waidtobu,
linthiooiu with latent Olp-ct mul Hot
ni)d Cold Water iittucluneiit, Pantries,
Ciliia Closet aud Kitchen with New
Range, Hot Water Boiler and all attach
Laige and convenient .Stable on the
picnics containing Unlaigo box-stalls,
cairlage., haiuess and feed looms, aud
set villus' (piaiiets.
GiouiuU 200V200, beautifully laid out
mid teiraeed. Tho vluw Is uiisuipasbuil
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i Complete plans and sneollIuaUnns for
I Wry doseilptlon of bulldiiig, t'pntiuutu
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I aud examine ulaiis, upr 20 ly
I.. WEDNESDAY EVENING. JULY 0, 1SH2.
T.h' Cup iimI I i i mini O.ni-liMl (lll'lij
till' III. ll.l Eilllll C.
J The tiou.il iiileiest in the yaclit
I niee-", winch litne Incoine n fe.iutiu
In the eeiiU emiui eted wiilt tin-
celebraliou of the "Uionotis ImiiiiiIi,"
was greatly enhanced on this past
occasion by the introduction of a
new competitor into the lield of
' white-winged racers," viz., an im
portation from "Auld Scolia," a
finished model from thu hands of
acknowledged master builders of
winning yachts. The new comer,
Hotinie Dundee (previously ilesoiibed
in the IJui.ki.iin), was entered as well
as the old fiuoriles Hawaii, IIclcuc,
Uealani, a quartette which represent
ed the products of three" great
yacht building counliics, viz., Amer
ica, .Scotland ami little Hawaii.
The event of Monday, in this par
ticular line, brought together n larger
croiul than has been seen al the stmt
of a yacht race for years past. The
judges were Hon. C B. Wilson, Capt.
Fuller, Capt. King anil Capt. Grtf
lilli. Messrs. Wilson and Fuller
acted as starters and timekeepers
and Capt. King and his assistant fol
lowed the yachls in the tug ICIeu, the
flagship of the Hawaiian yachting
Association, and with Mr. W. M.
Giffard as the club representative.
The preliminary warnings having
been given the starting bomb was
died by stnrter Wilson at 10:30
sharp and at a time when the yachts,
owing to an almost calm, were in a
very bail position and thu piospeets
looked very much like the Ilelene
and Bonnie Dundee being shut out
on account of not being able to cruis
the line within the time prescribed
by the rules. The neaier yachts,
Hc.'iluui, Cant. Flunk Hatch, and the
Hawaii, Capt. Lorrih Thurston, al
though less than two bundled yatds
away from the line, were over six
minutes in reaching and crossing the
starling point. This illustrates the
feeblu force of the wind. The wind
in the channel wa.s an occasional
zephyr from the noi Hi and north-east,
with at times a puff fiom a point
west of north, in fact too ballling for
any skipper to run up light sails at
the start. The Healani crossed the
line first lo leeward at 10:oTi-18, the
Jluwuti iccoud at three minutes later.
The "Bonnie Dundee,'' Capt. W.
L. Wilcox, crawled slowly down to
the lighthouse and passed the hue a
minute after the Hawaii. The
Ilelene, Capt. McCulloch, broubt
up the rear of the proi ession by 11 ml
ingslowly across the line at 10 :44 : 18,
fourteen minutes after the stalling
gun had been fired and exactlj' eight
minutes behind the leading boat. On
the inn out the Hawaii threw up her
spinnaker aud balloon jib and the
Ilelene also spread the same sails.
The spar buoy was rounded by the
Healuni, Hawaii, Hounie Dundee and
Ilelene in the order named, and the
boats all received the benefit, of a
belter breeze. On to the bell buoy
the boats all carried their balloon
jibs and presented a pretty sight as
the course, to lecwaid of the buoy,
compelled them to "follow my lead
er." In this run, short as it was,,
the Healuni showed a slight train on
the Hawaii, and the Hawaii a gam
on the Bonnie Dundee. The Ilelene,
however, was the nio-t noticeable of
the lot in the manner in which she
was making up the difference in tune
of start, she rapidly dwindling the
distance between her and her nearest
competitor, the .Scotch yacht. To
the bell buoy all was well then with
our old local favorites and the fresh
breeze promised well. Passing ihu
bell buoy it became necessary to
take a pull in the main sheet to lay
closer and as a consequence tho bal
loon jibs weie doused on the three
leading yachls, Cupl. Thurston being
the (it st to take his in. This reduc
tion ot fiuil was a great benefit to the
Bonnie Dundee, Capt. Wilcox shov
iiig'lhu nose of his bout about three
points closer to the wind and on her
best bailing point.
Slowly but surely the Siot ji yacht
crept to windward und ahead of her
leaders, the Hawaii and Ilenlani, mid
til 1 1 o'clock, a little over twenty
minutes from crossing the lino, thu
Ilonnie D. had made up tlio minute
btart gained by the Hawaii and pass
ed her quite a distance to windward
Fifteen minutes later Captain Wilcov
shook hands with the lending boat
and led thu race. A pretty run was
now noticeable between the Healuni
and Hawaii, for thu captain of the
llealaui by loom steering had gotten
the leowurd position und lie discov
ered lo his dibiouitoi t that his fi tend,
Capt. Tliiir.ston, was intending to
blanket him. This the Hawaii did
to lite llealaui at 11 :21 nnd Captain
Hatch was relegated fiom first to a
third position, within tin en-quartos
of an hour fiom the start. In the
meantime the Ilelene, which had been
doing good work and fast gaining
giotind fiom the Spur buoy, was now
noticeably losing ground again and
falling to leeward, The cause was
easily noticeable, a novice even be
ing aware of tho foolishness of carry.;
ing a balloon jjb on a wiudwatd run.
And so tho captuiu of thu Ilelene
discovered after lie had lost consider
able of thu ground which he had pie
lite Waikiki takeboil w a-, round
ed by tbe lluiiiitu Dundee first, at
11:25; the Hawaii, two minutes
l l.itir; Ihu llealaui, one niiimte . bo-
hind the Uiw.iii, and the liulcnc n
i minute Dtid twenty spi-mids behind
the Ibalini. Spacu will not permit,
not is there much to inentioi, thu
ik'liiis of the inn trout W.iikiki to .he
lieu in d sij,f iintiioff ot (.jo itaiiliiu ;
-ulllce ll to sa that Ihu lle.il-iul was
m)oii placed in the rear, aud the Ile
lene on bur best sailing point was
running after the leading boats. On
this i un to leeward dipt. Thurston,
with good judgment, hugged the lee
ward iccf, but Capt. Wilcox in the
Scotchman did the same, and a gos
samer spinnakoi, which he spread,
was easier ballooned with the light
airs than the heavier canvas of the
Iluwuil. The usual season of puffs
and calms was encounluied, luck lie
ing in favor of the Bonnie Dundee.
At 12:35 Capt. Wilcox lounded
the Quarantine slakc-boat and start
ed on the first leg of his homeward
tacks. The Hawaii tinned at 12::i0
and a feu seconds later the Ilelene
rounded and Capt. McCulloch made
an aboilive attempt to reach lo wind
ward of the Hawaii. Capt. Thurs
ton had foi child for the attempted
movement and took necessary pre
cautions. The biee.e freshening the
run home was interesting lor the first
four or fivu tucks, then the bruu.e
fell away and the hopes entertained
of an exciting race, and one Unit
would test Hie merits of the boats,
wute doomed to disappointment.
lime ntul again one boal would oro-,s
thu bow of another, notably thu Ha
waii and Ilelene exchanging those
compliments, a favorable inoinenttiiy
puff aiding one or the other. The
Ileal, un, which, on her inshore tack
off the Quarantine ground, was re
garded as out of the race, having but
little attention paid to her, by lite
good judgment of Capt. Hatch in
taking long inshore tacks was found
all of a sudden up amongst the lead
ers, a little in thu rear of thu Hawaii
but wull to wiiidwaid. Thiid place
seutned assured for the llealaui at
this time with hopes of a pull for
second. Judgment suggested an
other reach in shore for another pull
lo wiiidwaid, and Captain Hatch
again rati in bill this time struck a
calm streak and lost all the advantage
Captain Wilcox rounded the Bell
buoy at 1 : ."( :.;." and rounded the
Spar buoy on ihu reach in Ihu chan
nel al ihu same Line thai the Hawaii
rounded the Bell, viz., 2:01, the dis
tance then being a little over half-a-
mil'! apart, and leading by about six
minutes. The Ilelene rounded thu
Bell buoy a minutes, and a bull after
the Hawaii and made a strong effort
to icaeli her ably sailed competitor.
Here again the intentions of the IIu
lune's captain were foiustallud, Capt.
Thurston running in the wind for a
distance until lie found he could use
his balloon jib and then dying away
for the. Spar. The Hawaii rounded
tho Spar buoy about thu time the
white sail of the Bonnie DjiuIcu
could be seen lo disappear behind
the lighthouse in the inner harbor,
viz., 2.07. Thu Ilelene turned thu
Spar buoy at 2:08:10; a minute later
the unfortunate llealaui was turning
the Bull buoy, over half a inilu be
hind. Thu drifting in itch which en
sued from the lighthouse to the
starling ponit ended in favor
of the Hawaii, her captain "on deck"
as usual, iiiaueuveiing his boat in, a
fathom or so ahead of Ihu Ilelene ;
ihu Bonnie Dundee an ariival some
fifteen minutes before
Whether the sail over the course
will be declared an nlllcral race or not
belongs to the judges to decidu.
Herewith is the ollicial tune:
1. Bonnie Dundee: Start, 10b.
10m. lis.; return, 2h. Ihu. 5Gs. ;
actual lime, ,')h. 20in. 29s.
2. Hawaii: Slarl, 10b. tlDin. 2s.;
return, 2h. 22m. 10s. ; actual time,
lib. U7ni. lis.
,1. Ilelene: Start, 10b. Mm 18s. ;
reluiti, 2h. 22m 20s.; actual lime,
li, :i8in. 2s.
-1. llealaui: Start, lOli. ilOin. 18s.;
return, 2h. IlOin. ill's. ; actual tune,
!)i. 17m. 2s.
Mr. J. 1'. Illaize, n extensive real
estate dealer in Des Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped one ot the severest
attacks of pneumonia while in the
northern pat t of that statu during a
recent blizsard, bays tho SututiUiy
Ileoiew. Mr. Blai.e hud occasion lo
duvu several miles during thu htorui
aud was so thoroughly chilled that
he was unable to get wtiiiu, aud in
side of an hour alter his return he
was threatened with a seven) case of
pneiimoiiia or lung level. Mr. Blnize
sent to the ucarcsl ding stotu and
gol a bottlu of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, of which he had ollen
heaid, and took a number of huge
doses. He says the effect was won
derful and that in a short limn he
was breathing quite easily. He kepi
on taking the medicine and the net
day was able to coinu lo Des Moines,
Mr. Blai.e icguids his cine as simply
wondeiful. K1II3 cent botlle for
sale by all dealer.-,. Benson, Smith
.MAX who iuiileitiiiiils farming
and 1 tMiu: cam oftink; inti-t tiu
holiei ami tlioiiaiglilj pu.-u.l In Ills woriv
iiiul hiiNe good leleieiiien. untie tail a
iiiiiipituiit 111:111 iiii'd appl) AiMic-.i
"P. O. box L," lioiiululu. llJiiu
uiet-u mijn&itiMHit'mL jfa.
i'Ui).-li, Irwin A Ikiviiv.
OlWElt I Oi(
PAIIAPFIUE I'AtNT CO.'!!
COMPOUNDS and ROOM,
REED S PATENT
Fbit Steam Pipe Covering, dll uzts.
BUCK & OIlIiAKDT'B
High Grado Chemical Cane rianaro.
GitASS SEEBS :
Fairbank Cniininrj Co.'o Cure
Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tins. '
SALMON IN BAKRELS.
Harlford Firo Insurance Co.,
Londj.i A Lancashire Fire Itu. Co,
Assois, S4.3 17,052.
Thames & Mersey Marino Ins. Co ,
Assets, SG, 124,057.
New York Life Insurance Co.,
Assets. SI 25,947,290.8 I
Oi noral Agent for Hawaiian island-.
fl. G. Iff If k CO.,
Win. O. fin in. .
V. 11. i.uiaid....
Piesldeiit x, Manager
stcietai) it Tie.is.tuci
AUIJNT.S OK TIIK
OcBdnic iiiislip Ciifflu'1,
(it Nun PruuckHi'ii, t'al.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Lite, Fuo & tVtariue
insurance &gersts I
New BnglKud Stomal Life Ins. Co.,
tna Tire Ins. Co. of Harifv l
OI' S N KltANOISCO.
C. BREWER &. CO..
LIST OK OKKIChUS:
J. O. Caitei President A Man.igei
O. II. Kuliftlt-oii , Ti cat-lite.
E. I''. l!Ulio ...Si'etelan
W. F. Alien Auillto'i
lion. C. R. bishop, s. C. Allen,
11. Watci hoiii-o,
Vuv AioiiIdiuyM, Ki'iiiiuts,
PuMH.s, Ai'ti'ljiics, lMioto-ravurt'-t
mi'i') Uiinjjr in ( Imi lino of
picluri'M, J4 lo King Uron.,
ujmaji. ,n iltJ ij
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NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Dining tlieproeii-.sof deepening 'I o
olinniK'l at the inliaiiee to Honolulu
hiirbur the Drcdgei will bo in opt ra
tion night urn. 'Iii.v. At night tin io
will be a diingui signal placed mi tjie
forward derrick of Diedger ubmi .0
fuel above sea level, which can bi t-ctii
by all vc-.-clt. :i piuachiug ihehaihnr.
The rignul euiioi.-ts Red Rid
of tlilt'e red hujiu
and ii whito light
ar in the diagram,
the rod lights being
about : fee i iipau
with the white light
Mi the ceuter.
All htciwners crossing the bai will
htnp ut u t-.ifo distance from the Drcd
? r .ii. d ,ive one blast of their whittle
Wliub will be answered "by a mhIo
lji.is imn ilio Dredger, to In fd
. wtd by three bluMs fiom the D l
it wbeii the pai-sage is clear and ilu-y
TJio Tug will be on band win n nut
i tb .rwi8ceiiu,au;d Iou.kmm caihu.; raft
in passing the Diedger whin lie. et,
n.irv. O.K. Sl'ENCEU,
Minister of the Intenor.
Interior Ofllce, Maioh 9, IS9.
The Minister of Financo aj i
of the tolluwing bit of person
as Deputy AOMurs aud Cul.i
for the year JS92:
Ewa and Wiii.inae.
Koolaupoko No. I. .
Kool.uipolco Mo. 2.
.T. A. Lloyd
.S. lloi.k ,iio
P. M ih.ulu
. .Asa K itiba
.E. P. Aikuo
Koolaulua L. .1. A) li It
Lahainu David Taylor
Wailuku Win. T. Robinson
Mak.twuo David Mutton
liana J. P. mjIv.i
Molokai and Lanai 'J. Xakalek.i
Hilo and N. llik A. C. Wtllli.iig
Ilaniakiia Chas Williams
South Kohaliu . . Wibnot Vredonbi.,g
Xoi ih Kohal.i Ebon P. Low
Xoith IConii I. Ivaulemakulu
SjuHi ICona Thus. H. Wright
Kau O. T. Shipuiaii
Puna I. E. Ehhrla
Wainieti and Xiiliiiu Tb I'randt
IColo.i A. Iv. Miku
Lilipii. J. B. llauaiku
ICawi-ilmu S. Keui
liana lei W. E. Deu-rill
H. A. Wl DEM ANN,
Mini.-tcr of Finanec.
I'maiicu Depailiiieut, J line 22, 1892.
Hu.sui.ui.il, June 21, lS'J.
lu aceuiilaiicu with See. 1 of, Chap
tuiXXVll.uf thu LiWaof lbbtl.
All pert-oils holding water privileges
or tho.-o paying water rates, are heie
by nutified that thu water rales for
tho tenn ending Deeumboi ill, lb'JJ,
will be iluo and payable at the ollico
of the Honolulu Watei Wuiks, on tho
liiet day of July, 1692,
All such rates leuuini.ig uni.u.l
foi lifttuii days after they are due,
will 1m subject to an additional 10 per
Hates aio payable ut the oflinu of
the water Works 111 tho K.ipuaiw.i
JOHN O. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Sale of Leiso of thu Government
Lands tying balwoun Hanaka-
plai end KuUlau, Kauai,
OuTHL'ltSDAY, July 7, 1B92, at
12 o'clock noon, at the front uniraucu
of Aliiolaui Halo will bo told at Pub
be Auction th,' Leau ot all that
muged Napali Uigion, Kauui, lying
bet men Hanaktipiai and Kalalau,
contuiniug hero and theio a few aeios
lit fui cultivation 01 pant 11 rage.
Tennis l.wue fur 25 yeuu.
Uoi )uiu fSO pr ituiijun, payi
able Mini-annuully in udx.Jtieo,
C. N, aPENCEK,
Miuitieitof the Intenor.
iikteitot the intenor.
n, J lie 1:1,1892.