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Pidders to submit n sample of page nnd
to statu the weight of paper proposed to be
UMd, and to addles- tenders to the Cleik
of the Jmlii iary Department on or before
the 12th instant, at tU n'elnek noon.
As the work progresses proof sbeets are
to be sent currently to the proof-render of
the Supreme Court for eorrcjtion.
The Court does not hind itself to accept
the lowest or any bid.
Uy order of the Court.
Aliiolaui Hale, January I!, lsi'll.
NOTICE TO VENDERS
Of Goods, Wares and. Merchandise.
Xotiee is heieby given that all applica
tions for ,iien-es to Vend Goods, Wares
and Merchandise of Foreign Importation
ninst hereafter be made in writing and
sworn to befoie s-onie ollieer authorized In
law to administer oaths.
Thu form of application under the Aet
approved Dee. 1!), ls'.U, nm-t be Mibstan
tinlly in tne following form, to wit:
. . . .lb'J
To His Excellency
The Minister of the Interior,
The undersigned repei tfully makes
hereby an Application foi a
Merchandise License which expires .
Is") , and on his Oath deposes
and says tint the total amount of sales of
Merchandise for the year ending the date
of expiration of List liicnse, as shown by
. . Rooks amounted to ...
($ . ), being an avrage of
f per month, and that
place of business j, at
, and that .
, unit thai
domieilidiu this, King
dom and not Commercial Tra
veller nor . Agent of tun
Foreign Huus(, as iu h temporarily m
this Kingdom for thu purpose of soliciting
sworn to before me this
, A. I) If)
When application is in ule for a License
in the name of a I'lrni 01 ( uipniJlimi, tin
sign.uiue must be the name of tin- 1'irni or
Compiii) andthat of the ollii ei or nieiii
her of sin h I'lini 01 ( otup.ui) duly .uitlu
rucd to sign the l'uiti or t'ompun naiiii.
li. X. WIl.UiX,
Minister of the lutciioi
Interior Ollice, Jan. 3, Is')!,
In accordance with .section 1 of Clinptcr
XXVI. of the Laws of lsjd, all persons
holding Water 1'iivilegis or those paying
Water Kates, aie lieicby untitled that the
Water Hates for the teim ending June JO,
lb'Ji, will be due and ptyjblc.it the Olbce
of the Honolulu Water Woiks on tho 1st
day of January , lt-fti.
All such rates reiiriining unpaid for
iifteeu days after they are duo will be sub
ject to an additional 10 percent.
Kates are payable at the Olllce of the
Water Works in the Kupuaiwi ISuilding.
JOHX C. ', .ilTH,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, II. L. I)tc. 21, 1MU.
SALE OF THE
Government Land Known as Laula,
in Holualoa 2, N. Kona, Hawaii.
On TVKSDAY, January 10, 18!)j, at V2
o'clock noon, at the fiont entrain e of Alii
olaui Hale will be sold at Public Auction
the Government Laud known as Laula, in
Holualoa '2, Xortli Kona, Hawaii, continu
ing an area of 3s 2-10 acres a little more or
Upset price 'plOO.
O. X. WILCOX.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllce, Dee. Hi, lMi.
NOTICE 0 OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All Rrands iniibt, hy law, he re-rcgic
tered prior to Jul) 1, Ib'il, or the) will he
forfeited, nml can thereafter ho appro
priated hj any one.
Registration on U.1I111 shall he niiiile at
thn Interior Ollieo.
(Jn the other Ihliinds it shall 1o done at
tho Olllees of tho miwuiiI blinrltl.
fi. X. WILCOX,
Minister or the Intoiior.
Interior Otliee, Di e. J. IK).'. fitli-tf
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
'raxpiiju are herehj nodded thai on
anil after the llftienth da) of thiMiionth,
January, ten )n runt will he added to all
T. A. l.l.O VI),
Deputy .WcMi-or anil Collectoi, Honolulu,
P. 0. Jn.M-H,
.MlliUlur of rilialin
The Chinaman iiorsirttonlly re
fused to believe (lint his room is
beliur than liiri Six (jouijiauias,
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Kates, are hereby not i lied
that the Hours for using water for Irrlgn
.Ion purposes are from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
tml I to (I o'clock p.m., until further notice.
.iohn c. wiirrn,
Supt. Honolulu iTater Works.
(1. X. Win ox,
Minister of the Interior.
! tunlut'i, II. I., Jan. .'1, lb!M.
1 he following gentlemen have been this
day appointed a Hoard of llental F.nini
ncrs fur the Hawaiian Kingdom, umli r he
Act approved mi the 111th da of Dect inlier,
. P. I It.':
Dl!. .1. M. WIMTN'I'-Y for the 3 Ycai
GROltOi: 1. AXIMIRWS, M. ., for the
2 Year Term.
I)H. It. W. AXDKRSON for tlie 1 Year
0. X. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Otliee, .Ian. fi, 1SU3.
A. P. KAKIIT, r.sQ., has this day been
appointed Commissioner of lVnces for the
District of X. Kohaln, Island of Hawaii.
Tliu ISoard now consists as follows:
ROUT. HIX1), Jit.,
H. L. HOLSTRIN,
A. S. KARHU,
G. X WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllce, Jan. 1, ISiO.
.1. H. RARF.XARA, Rio.., has this day
been appointed Commissioner of Fences
for KoolaupoKo, Island of Oahu.
The Hoard now consists as follows;
WM. II. LOWr.LL,
J. H. RARKNARA.
0. X. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior,
Interior Olllce. Dec. 30, tb'U. 013-3t
January '2'), lb03, being the Second Anni
versary of Her Majesty Queen I.iliuoka
lani's Aitession to the Throne, falling on
Sunday, MOXDAY, January 30, MM, will
be observed as a Public Holiday, and all
Government Ofllces throughout the King
dom will be closed oil that day.
(1. X. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllce, January (i, lslM.
M'thjeil to neither Sicl nor Parly,
Hut Estubliihed for the Benefit of All.
FRIDAY, JAN. (5, 18.
The Registration Act passed third
reading this afternoon. Get 3-011 r
The "Washington deputation pro
posal has been changed to one for a
royal commission and missed.
Under the Dentistry Act of this
session the Minister of the Interior
lin5- appointed Drs. J. M. Whitney
(dentist), G. P. Andrews (doctor of
medicine), and R. W. Anderson (den
list) as tlio Board of Dental Ex
aminer. Hon. Win. White will have
to get a diploma now before ho can
indulge iu any more pulling exercise
at tlio incisors and molar.s of his
The Road Board ought to pay
some attention to tho foot of Punch
bowl street. It is in an almost im
passable condition for wheels. There
is a good deal of trailic on that road,
which leads to two Goerninont
establishments tho immigration do
pot and tho marine railway. Yet
not a pick or shovel has touched it
for several yoars. Come, now, and
shed a little of tho now appropria
tion on this neglected thoroughfare.
Tho Legislature seems to bo in no
hurry to move out, although thoro is
little more of either usof til or injuri
ous work remaining to bo done. A
whole day has now been wasted on a
proposition to send a commission on
a wildgooso chaso to Washington. If
the now administration in tho United
States will not give us all tho free
trade wo require, without tho buzz
ing of a trio of our Legislature's
bumble-bees in its ears, then it will
not grant tho desired boon anyway.
Tho American Congress, which
will have tho final say in the matter,
is tho hardest bod' in tho world to
move 011 any new schomo. About
all tho commission will do if it goes
to Washington will bo to ejaculate,
in tho recent siting phraseology,
"Whoro are we at?" and then stand
around on tho Capitol or hotel stops
to await invitations to pure demo
JOE DAKE FOUND.
Tho Old Racer Stuck in the Mud of
a Rice Patch.
Cnpiain! Cltiuey lost tho famous
old racer Joe Dako tho other day
along with several other horses.
Yesterday tho horses returned to
the captain'-, premises at Lolco, but
.loo did not show up. Thinking that
the old favorite, being aged, had
mot with some minimi) .Mr. Cluney
started out in seaich of him.
After persistent searching .loo was
found 1111 to his thighs in mud in the
rice field at J'filnma, Tho sight was
so pitiful that the captain hail a good
mind to shoot tho animal and end
Ids miior. Shovels were procured
from tho rice planters, however, and
tho old timer was dug out. After
caieful tubbing (louii and nursing
thn animal was himself again, anil
to-day in in well as ever. Captain
(Jluuoy valium the animal for tho
feaku of "auld lang syne."
BLOWN TO PIECES.
Frightful Result of Fishing with
An Old Native Killed and Two Juniors
A shocking accident from tlio un
lawful use of explosives in fishing
happened at Waihee, Maui, in tlio
afternoon of Saturday, Dec. Hist.
Kapela, an aged Hawaiian, accom
panied by his son. Kajiola Opio, and
another young Hawaiian named Ma
liikapu wont fishing in a small
canoe. While engaged in the woik
the old man eareli 'v placed the
burning rag, used to .ght the giant
powder fuse, in a tin containing pie
pared giant powder.
Tho'boys saw the sputtering of
tho lighted fuse and jumped oor
board just as the powder exploded.
Tho canoe was utterly demolished
and tho old man, who was sitting by
the can containing tho powder, was
probably blown to pieces, as nothing
of hun has since been seen.
The son of the man killed escaped
with trilling injury, he having jump
ed clear tjuioker than tho otltor fel
low. Maliikapu, however, was caught
on the back as he jumped oxer
board. His whole back and legs
from neck to heols were peppered
with grains of powder, and in some
places severely lacerated with pieces
of the tin can that hold the explo
sive. Dr. Herbert, who accompanied
Deputy Sheriff Chillingworth to tho
scene of the accident, carefully
dressed tho injured parts and ex
pected that tho boy would bo all
right in a few days, tho wounds be
ing moro painful than dangerous.
Tho injured boy confossal to tho
Deputy Sheriir that tho powder had
been stolen from where the Hawai
ian Commercial S: Sugar Co. are
digging a tunnel at their water ditch
"In buying a cough medicine for
children," says H. A. Walker, a pro
minent diuggist of Ogden, Utah,
'novor bo afraid to buy Chamber
lain's Cough Uemedy. There is no
danger from it and rolief isalwajs
sure to follow. 1 particulaily le
coinmend Chamberlain's because I
have found it to be safe and reliable.
It is intended especially for colds,
croup and whooping cough. U
cent bottles for sale by all dealeis.
Benson, Smith A: Co.. Agents for the
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
IhiRine Co. No. .", held Wednesday
iik, Jan. -nil, tne loiiowme; uineeis
1st Assistant Koiemai'
2d Assistant Torcnnm
I. inn tsine;.
UNITED CHINESE SOCIETY.
At thi: uncFLAi: mkltixo or
the United Chinese ,Soeiet , hold on
the 3d mst., the following were diel.ired
dul) elected as Olheers ol the corporation
for the ensuing ) tar, vi. :
Y11 e-I'iesident . .Wone; Kw.ii,
Seeietaiy Cliinjr On,
Assistant Secretary Lau Chock bing,
Tie.isurcr . Wai .Slung,
Assistant Tieiisiirci I.iuu Sing.
' iIIXO OX,
Honolulu, Jiuiiiarv .1, Ib'tS.
ALL l'lHifeOXfcHAVlXii ACCOIIXTS
against the Legislative Asscmhl) are
requested to present the same to the under
Mgned on 01 before JAXUAUY .", lstil.
0. J. MlOAKTHY,
Legislative Hall, Dee III, lS'U. t.l,i-5t
Lawx iiowims to li:t hy tiii:
day, week 01 month; Hepiiiing,
Cleaning and Sharpening done; Duplicate
Pieces furnished heni(iiiiied. JIai hlne'
e-alled toi and retained, ANo, Hepairing
Garden Hose in fact, can do an) thing
neeessar) around the houso or htahle.
King ui) Mutual Telephone 1S2.
5SI-tr X. F. DUltGLSS.
It can bu proved
Of any paper
Si idle a
There is a gentle
Dyspepsia, nmu at Malden-ou-
the-Hitdson, N. Y.,
named Captain A. G. Pareis, who
litis written us a letter in which it
is tvident that he has made up his
mind concerning some things, and
this is what lie says:
"I have used your preparation
called August Flower in my family
for seven or eight years. It is con
stantly in my house, and we consider
it the best remedy for Indigestion,
and Constipation we
Indigestion, have ever used or
known. My wife is
troubled with Dyspepsia, and at
times suffers very much after eating.
The August Flower, however, re
lieves the difficulty. My wife fre
quently says to me when I am going
to town, 'We are out
Constipation of August Flower,
and I think you had
better get another bottle. I am also
troubled with Indigestion, and when
ever I am, I take one or two tea
spoonfuls before eating, for a day or
two, and all trouble is removed."
By Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
On SATURDAY, Jan. 7,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. -M.,
At my Silesrooin, I will sell at l'uhlie
Auction, Household Furniture,
Black Walnut Bedroom Set!
Bureaus, Washstauds !
MAGAZINES AND BOORS!
3 NEW COOK STOVES.
A Centrally Located
On SATURDAY, Jan.
AT V2 O'CLOCK XOOX,
At in) Salesroom! Queen .Street, 1 will tell
at Public Auction that
OX I1JI1IA fcTKF.F.T,
Opposite Ihnni.i Square and immediately
below the Ilcsldenee n! A. M.
The Lot has a frontage of ftl feet on
Emmn stieet and is V2S feet deep. There
is a Cottage with Parloi, ISedrooiiis, Din-liig-iooin,
etc., on the Lot.
The Lot is of a i oinenient sio for a Xiee
City ltcsidencoand in pleasantly situated
but a few hteps from lleretani.i street.
IJB For further piiticulars apply to
Jas. If. Morgan,
By Lewis J. Lovoy.
Notice of Salo of Shares Held as
rpni: uxi)i:itsic.xi:i) on'ns xotici:
A. that in jiuisiiauee of a power of sale
lontaiiud in a eollatiral note given by
flcoige W. Macfarlane to llishon A Co..
dated Maicli Udtii, lM'KJ, said note being lor
the Mini or One Hundred and Twent)
tlnie Thousand Three Hundred and Foit)
rour 7-11KJ J)ollars (11M,'U1.07) p.i)ablo to
the order of Bishop ,V Co. on or befoie He
i ember III, 1MJ0, and of the rights of tlie
iindciigii(d an holder or said note and or
the slmies of Mock pledged as security foi
the p't.uncnt of tlio same, and in coiise
(iieni e of tlio failure of said 0. W. Macfar
lane to pay Mild note when due, he will
sell at Public Auction at the Salesiooms of
Lewis.), Leev, Am tioueer, in Honolulu,
on hATl'KDA'Y, tho llth day ol January,
A.I). lb!)i, at 11! o'clock noon, all or those
One 'IhtiiMind One Hundred and Ninety
(lllM).Shun-Hif the ( apltal btoek ol the
Waikapu bugar Compahy, nn Hawaiian
corporation, heing tlie same coven d hy
Ceitilicates Xos. M, .Viand (it) in tlio name
of (1. W. Muiifurluiie, being tlio hanio
bhares pledged by said George V. Macf.ir
l.ino to said llisliop it Co. as security for
the ii)iiieut of Mild note. J'ar Value One
Hundiid Dollars ($100) per Share.
Honolulu, Dec. :il, lti'L'. (11,1-td
A YOl'XO MAISHIFI) MAX. A
an Clerk or Hook Kienei. can
give lirst-ilass reconiineiidalioiis; Milary
not h iiiueli an object iik employment.
Addicts J. o. Itox r.'." Honolulu.'
A LL Pi:i!hOXS HAVIXU LIIFI1
XV Watches with mo foi rep.ilis that are
remaining on my hands are hereby notified
io come nun get mem lielore tbollrM iluv
of Aiiil imt, and If the Watches aie no't
calhd forthe w ill lie Mild at public auction
on nciouut ofdupaitiirc.
C. (1. PAItSOXK.
Xo, mi, Nuiuinu St,, Honolulu. (!ll-lw
rpilF. INTKHK-sr IX TIIK FIlt.M OF M.
I 1'hllllps A Co. of Mr. Ferdinand behles.
Inner and Ml. bolomoii U's.-or leases
thin day h) lliiillatlou. The luii'lueM, will
ho foiilliuieil as iieretofoic In Mi, Marltn
Hrccn and Mis. buiah Phillips, who now
ioiihtliiiin the said llrm Theodore F.
I.aiinlui' and Miiuuie l'liilllpi are each
liuthorled to nlgnoiir llrm uiiuiebv special
power ol attuiiic), Mr. Uuislng acting a
Manager. M. PHll.l.lPh A CO.
Jloiioliihi, II 1., Dec. .11, 1 Mi.'. lllll-'.'w
Tim J)t,ily Itullctin i tklii'cml by
carder fur 60 tent jar month.
Hawaiiau Harflware Co., L'fl
Saturday, Dec. SI, 1S0'J.
The season of gaiety is
over, Christmas trees have
been relegated to the brush
heap and you begin to think
of the big washing that must
be done Monday. In every
lamily certain articles are
washed at home, some for
sanitary reasons and others
because you are in a hurry
for them. If your Japanese or
Portuguese wash lady happens
to "no feel pretty good" you
must wait until your hurry is
over; sue will not rub tne
pieces over the board any
faster than she pleases or as
rapidly as your needs require.
In the United States the
trouble is avoided in many
families by the use of'a wash
ing machine and the demand
for them is growing daily.
Havino- been invented bv a
man whose wife was a mem
ber of the Sorosis it is easily
understood why the contriv
ance is so simple and the
result so satisfactory. ' There
is absolutely no labor attached
to it; you can sit down to
your work, wash your clothes
with one hand and rock the
cradle with the other.
Speaking of cradles: the
washing machine is especially
adapted for families where
young children predominate.
the cost ol the maenme is
about what you would pay for
a months washing; the satis
faction at having your clothes
thoroughly and quickly washed
cannot be reckoned in dollars.
Havinr finished our remarks
on tlie means ol
clean clotnes let us dwell a
moment on the subject of
clean bodies and the method
of acquit ing them. The drug
gists supply Pears soap and
we sell Colgate's. It is entirely
a matter of opinion as to the
superiority of either; ladies,
some of them, prefer Colgates
on account of the delicious
perfumes and the lack of
alkalai used in the manufacture.
The city, sometimes, supplies
the water but who supplies the
best and handsomest con
tainers? The echo sends back
the same answer that it has to
the thousand- queries of a
similar character as to where
good things may be procured
Tun Hawaiian HakdwaruCo.!
Among "modern improve
ments" the bath tub plays
just as important a part as
does the washing machine or
the morurajre. No
is considered complete
out them. Notwithstanding
the depressed condition of
trade in the islands there has
been more or less boom
among the builder;. But the
question which interests us
particularly is: Has due re
gard been paid to the charac
ter of the bath tubs and sinks?
If an ordinary zinc arrange
ment has been put in the loss
will be the owner's If, on the
other hand, the builder has
his customers interest at
heart and put in a Porcelain
lined bath tub the loss is ours
because we did not have them
in stock. Today there's no
reason for loss to either of us.
The "W. H. Dimond" brought
us a supply and we have our
crockery eye on several pro
jected building operations
where these tubs, sinks and
wash stands will be placed
because the persons who will
live in the houses, the owners,
are tired of rusty bath tubs.
We can also show you for
use at home the largest
assortment of moderate priced
glass ware that has ever been
displayed in the Kingdom.
Cheap tumblers Sauce dishes,
Oil and Vinegar bottles with
cut glass stoppers, direct
imitation of genuine cut glass,
Claret pitchers, water pitchers,
Cream jugs etc. They are
all new in design and better
than we have ever shown
It would take page of this
paper to tell of half the goods
that came on the Australia
and Dimond Come and see
Hawaiian Hardwaro Co., LM
Oppo, bpici kiU' Ulock,
1.1 xi; OF
A Full Line o('
Krc, r.T., r.T
:m:. s. TjErvir
73 l'OKT bTlti:r,T.
Bruce & A. J. Cartwrifjlit.
2i or ymm
At Prices to Suit tlie Times.
rpiIAT PI.r.ASAXT SU1J
X in ban Cottage on X mi
nim Micct, adjoining the
residenee of Mi. Thomas
bore'iison, nicely appointed and with agiee-
anie suiiouiiiiingd, iimi'ii to a sui.in iiiniu
and within an eas iciiiove fioin the he.it
of the City. Tenos.'fls pel mouth.
rpiIAT VF.ltV DI'.Sli:
JL able Itesidence at pio-
i SV,1 - V
sent occupied by .lames isi: iviiya.
Love as a homestead, situ- iKyii-"sS
ate on King strict opposite tlie residenee
of Dr. U. P. Andiews. House contains
Largo Pallor, Dining-iooin, ,5 lugo llcd
ronniM, Kitchen, etc. Roomy btables and
Pel Willi's Quarters in u-.u; only 10 min
utes' walk to the Post Ollice. Possession
given in Maich, ls'li. GUS-tf
XOTK llefore ticking oi closing bar
gains elsewheie, it will p.i) )ou to scan our
column, and to nt once' consult the under
signed at their ollice.
jfSfWe kiep piopeit) in lirst-el.iss con
dition. Our terms mo" inoilciate nnd as
landlords wo will .tlwa)s. be lound reason
able in our dealings.
t& Appl) in c.tili ease to
BRUCE or A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
"Cartwiight Uuilding," Men bant street.
I'll A !,!.
. . - s.
To Let or IJoaso.
2x. ed House near town,
lhiqiiire at llt'i.i l.i i.n Olllce.
rpVO xioi:ly FUR
X nislied Rooms, cen
tially located. Imuiiro at
13tiM,ETi. Olllee. 3"J-tf
Housi: ox icixAP",
near Pciis.ieol.i stnet.
Imiuiro of ?J5iifci:
j;. 1:. jii;mi:i ,
bO"-tf Hawaii in llaulw.ue Co.' stoic.
i:w liousn of fivi;
looms, on Mairame
stieet, with H.ithioom, 11.1t
ent . 0 etc. Coiiiiiiands
R- ,' 'S,
onool tlio Illicit viewsin Honolulu. Appl)
to lln-ll) .1. Al. vi v.vs.
A .Mil, lllll-Vlil. l. ,.-,
Hercliinia stiei l. near ?".'." ii?
Pnkol stiLet, (ontaining fin Ki,"il.
Parlor. 2 ISeilrooms. Rath- d-irJS
room, Diuingiooiu, I'antr) and Kitchen,
Servant's loom. Can iaire House, Stable, etc.
Tramcais pass even ai minutes. Appl) at
olllce of this paper.
TO LKT OX
V King Street, Intel) oc-
cupied liy Mrs. I'leming,
eontuiiiIuu Two Rediooiiis,
Pallor, Diniugioom, Kitchen
room: also btables. Caniai'e
Servants' Qu.irtera: reasonable rent. Ap
ply to .1. F. DOWLKlt.
Information Concerning Coffee
rplli: IIUUF.AU OF 1XF0RMATI0X
J h.niug lcceUcd man) iiniuiiiinas to
amis and location or laud available for
Colleo Ciiltme, hciebv iciiiests that all
liersous holding laud Millahlo for Collee
Cultuic which tliey aio desiious of selling,
basing or woikiug on share, will Mnd in
munition eoneciniug thu Mimu to tlio
(live I Island and Distiiil.
Il ir rori-ale, lowest pi ice.
I If for lease, teuu, rent and any spe
6 If on shines, condition.
This information will ho compiled and
furnished fiee to any one ib'simm it,
HAW. IIUIIR.UJ INFORMATION'.
L. A. Till iiiiii.N, Sen'). DITi-lw
II) A. M. llinTRN'l 0U1IP,
Veteiiuan burgeon and Dealer in lloii-cs,
corner Jleietaiiia and Punchbowl ntn.
gtr- Mutual Mi lophono 1177.
FlllhT-CLAKS FAMILY IIATHINO
RcMirt at Wnlkll.l iramcairi pasa
gate. Hixclal iiriaiiueiuuutx iau bo
iiiiidt) for FiiiiiII) Pieiilis and Keiilug
naming rarucn.. o-ti
'itiii: vi;i:ki,v jnu.i,i:nx-( coi,.
X lllilllblif InleiivMiliL ltiadiuc Mutler.
lulitiulii, $l; luallid to (orclKU couutrioaO.
(Si " e ij
Wilder's Steamship Co,
W. C. Wimh n, Pre. S. I. Hosf, Sec
OAi'i. .1. A. Kimi, Port Supt.
A V ill le.tvo Honolulu at 'J P. m., touching at
l.aliaiua, Maalaea Hay and MuKctia tho
sainoday; MaliuUonaKiuwithiiu mid Ijitt
pihoohoo thu lollouiug day, arriving at
lllo nt niidiilu'ht.
.. Mar. 7
Returning leaves llllo, touching nt l.nu
pahoehoe same day; Knwaihao a. m.; Ma
luikona 10 . M.i Makeiia 1 r. .; Mnalaea
Hay (I i'. M.i Lahainn h r. m. the following
day; nniviiigat Honolulu U A. M. Wedlies
da's and Satiiulavs.
AltltlVLS AT HOXOLUI.U:
Wednesday .. .Ian.lt
batnulay ... .Ian. Ill
Wednesday . . Feb. 1
Sntuidav Feb. 11
Wednesdii) . . Feb. '22
S.ititrda) . . Mar. 1
Wednesday Mar. 15
Satuida.. . Mar. l!)
ftir- Xo Fieight will bo lecelvid after
I'J noon on da) of sailing.
eiue Honolulu even Tiiesdm nt 5
touching at kahitlui, Hllclo, liana,
lteturnina will in live at Honolulu every
buiiilax mom nir.
Xy Xo Fi eight will
I ! m. on Uii) ot sailing.
be letohed after
Consignees must bo at the
reieive their Fieiuht. ns o
I'll t, ns ro will not hold
ourselves responsible utter such
lias nieii lauileil.
While the Conipiny will use due dili
gent o in handliii I.ie Stock, wc decline
to assume any losponsibilit) inca-eor tlie
loss or same.
'the Comp.inv will not be lcsponsihlo for
Mono) or.lewelY) iinle-s placed in the cue
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco :
Tlie Xew and Fine At fetiel Steamship
or tlie Oceanic Steamship Company will
bedueat Honolulu from S)dney nnd Auck
hind on or nbout
And will leave for tho nbove jiort witli
Mails.ind Passcngci son or about that date.
For Syilnoy and Auckland :
The Xew and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oieanio Steamsbip Company will
be due at Honolulu, from San Fi.iiieiteo,
on or about
And will have pionipt despatch h
Mails and Passcngeis foi the above ports.
The iindci signed aie now prepared to issue
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
ZSF Foi fuitlier pnrtii ulnrs lcgarding
Freight 01 Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
i-')i General Agents.
Occidental and Oriental S.S, Co,
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG.
Steamers ol tlie above Companies will
call at Honolulu on theii way to tlio above
ports on 01 about the following dates:
htmr. "Oieanie" ... Jim. 11, 1)1
tiur. "i limn-- . . I'd), mi, ik:i
.Am II 11, 1MU
For SAN FRANCISCO.
Sti.iint'is of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way tiom Hong
kong anil Yokohama to tlie above poiton
or about the tollowing dates:
jstmr. "Relgic" Feb. , lH'H
Mnu."C!t or Peking" .Maich .11. Im'i 1
Knir. "Oieanii" .. . May 7, lfc'JJ
Round Trip Tickets
TO YOKOHAMA AND RETURN $360.
f Foi Fi eight and Passage appl) to
II. HACKFELD & CO.,
Oceanic Steamship Co.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Airhc Honolulu Leave Honolulu
from b, F. for b. F.
.Inn. l!'i ,. Feb. X
Feb. '22 Mar. 1
Mar. 22 .. . . .Mm, li'l
Api. Ill . ... Apr. a)
From ban Frnncheo From b)dnc) for
for b) due) , b'nn Francisco.
AriUt lluniilntii. I.intr Honolulu.
AI.VMIIDA, .lun, l'l
MARIPOSA, leb. 1U
ALAJIRDA, Apiil 7
MARIPOsA, May f.
MARIPOSA, Jan 12
MONOWAI, Feb, 1)
AI.AMRDA, Mnr. II
(MONOWAI, May 1
CHAS. T. G-ULICK,
Notary Public for the Islaud ol Oahu.
Agent to take At
now lodgements to I.a-
Agent to giant Mariingo
Agent foi the Hawaiian Islands of Pitt
biotl'H Fieight and Paieel i:prcM..
Agent tor tlio lliirllliglou Route.
i:i;.l RbTATi; iiiiokrk
imi URN KRAI. AdRN'T.
TF.UIpllON'i: -Mimi.M, Kill
1'. U. Jlox Uu
y.i Merchant nt, Honolulu, 11, 1,