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NOTICE TO VENDERS
Of Qoode, Waros find Merchandise
Notice is hereby given tlmt nil applica
tions for Licenses to Vend Goods, Wares
and Merchandise of Foreign Importation
must hercuftcr bo made in writing and
sworn to before some ollleer authorized by
law to administer oaths.
The form of application under the Act
approved Dec. 19, 18'JJ, must be substan
tially in the following form, to wit:
To His Excellency
Tho Minister of the Interior,
Tho undersigned respectfully makes
hereby an Application for a
Merchandise) License which expires
Ib9.., and on his Oath deposes
and snyB that tho total amount of sales of
Merchandise for the year ending the date
of oxpi ration of last license, as shown by
Books amounted to
(? ), being an average of
I per month, and that
place of business . . . v is at
Island of , and that
deals in , and that
domiciled in this King
dom and not Commercial Tra
veller nor Agent of any
Foreign House, as such temporarily in
tlfts Kingdom for tho purpose of soliciting
Sworn to beforo me this. . . .day of
"When application is made for a License
in the name of a Firm or Corporation, the
signature must bo tho name of the Firm or
Company and that of the ollleer or mem
ber of such Firm or Company duly autho
rized to sign tho Firm or Company name.
G. N. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Jan. 3, 1893.
In accordance with Section 1 of Chapter
XXVI. of the Laws of lS8d, all persons
holding Water Privileges or those paying
Water Kates, are hereby notilied that the
Water Hates for the term ending June 30,
1893, will be due and payable at the Olhee
of the Honolulu Water Works on the 1st
day of January, lt93.
All such rates remaining unpaid for
fifteen days after they are due will be sub
ject to an additional lu percent.
Hates are payable at the UtUce of tin
Water Works in the Kupuaiwa liuilding.
JOHN U. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, H. I.. Dec. 2i, isU-'.
Burf.au of l U.MUM-. ',
Honolulu, j:iii. t, ib-.o. )
CAPT. A. N.TIUPP has this day beei
appointed Port (Surveyor for the Port am
Collection District of Honolulu, Oahu, vii
0. L. Crabbe, resigned.
A. ti. CLKGHOHN,
P. C. Jones,
Minister of Finance.
Holders of Water Privileges, or thosi
paying Water Kates, are hereby notiiieu
that the Hours for using water for Irriga
don purposes are from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
ind 4 to 0 o'clock p. m., until further notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
G. N. Wilcox,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. 6, 18U3.
NOTICE TO OWNEKS OF BRANDS.
All Brands must, by law, be re-registered
prior to July 1, 1893, or fliey will be
for foiled, and can thereafter be appro
priated by any one.
Registration on Oahu shall be made at
the Interior Ofllcc.
On the other Islands It shall be done at
the Offices of the several Sheriffs.
G. N. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Dec. 2, 1892. 589-tf
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
Taxpayers are hereby notified that on
and after the fifteenth day of this month,
January, ten per cent will be added to all
T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Assessor and Collector, Honolulu,
P. 0, Jo.nkh,
Minister of Finance.
The publio are cordially invited to be
present at the Prorogation of the Legisla
tive Assembly by Her Majesty the Queen,
at 12 o'clock noon,-on SATURDAY, the
14th day of Junuar.v, 1SU3. Ushers will be
In attendance to receive visitors.
G, N. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllco, January 12, 1893.
B. N. K. KAKINA, Ko., has tills day
been appointed Notary Public for the
Fifth Judiulul Circuit.
Q. N. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior,
Interior Olllco. Jan. 10, IHU.J.
THE BAM BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
lint Established for the lienefil of All.
THURSDAY, JAN. 12, 189:5.
Tito Holomun in its English pago
comes to tho dofonso of Mr. Potor
son and tho lottory fraud in a sneak
ing sort of way. It says tho Buli.tin
has no influonco and is tongno-tied
and pou-tiod. Yot tho conductors
of tho Holotnua's English pago are
uot tnon ouougli to own thoir own
productions, but throw mud at every
object of thoir impotent spite from
bonoath thoir dummy editor's coat
tails. Tho requirement of thoir
signatures to thoir scurrilitios would
bo a speedy settlor for such swash
bucklers. Mr. Bush by his turning of coat
on tho lottery question has oiFoctod
the supremo solf-st unification of his
mottled career. Many peoplo have
beou striving to ovorcomo thoir old
prejudices for cause against him as
a man and a politician, in vioxv of
tho violence of his recent professions
of high moral principles. Those
people will now have to wait patient
ly for his noxt frosh repentance, but,
according to many fatal precedents,
thoro is a molancholy probability
that his latest descent from virtuo
will prove irretrievable.
Mr. Potorson's pretext that ho
supported tho lottory fraud simply
at the request of members of his
party will not go down. There was
no lottory hoard of when ho stood
for election, and beyond what ho
promised on tho hustings ho was
bound to nothing but tho welfare of
tho country at largo. If tho lottor
was not in his opinion calculated to
bo a good thing for tho country, ho
should not have supported it if oven
''many hundreds wished it." Mr.
Petorson's plea is only that of the
bab3T act. Ho remains tho only white
member of tho Legislature who
stuck to tho disreputable measure
from the first mention of it to tho
disgraceful final voto. Let him wear
the distinction like a man, and not
make his case worse by ilhnsy ox-
All sorts of false reports on the
Hawaiian situation are again com
ing through tho United States press.
The regular periodical visit of Mr.
Ihoo. H. Davies, to look into his ex
tensive business affairs and see his
iriends, is construed as tho umvont-
d apparition of an emissary of "por
idious Albion," to steal tho heart?
f tho nation, so as to counteract
ny possible flirtations with Uncle
am. Another hoary lie sot bowling
noiig onco more is that British sub
lets hero would prefer commercia
nations with Canada instead of the
. nited States. Tho only time an
jieuiugof negotiations with Canada
'tis over mooted here was when
here was an uncortaint' about the
enewal of tho treaty by the United
states. Then tho suggestion came
primarily from Amoricau planters,
vho used the proverbial expression
hat half a loaf was better than no
On tho 20th of December, when
tho steamer Waimaualo was reported
as lying stationary in tho ofling, this
paper in a local report said it was a
suspicious circumstance that the
stoatnor Waimanalo should bo absent
when the hark Coloma from Oregon
for China was cruising off tho islands.
Noxt day tho seizure of -10 tins of
opium on tho steamer was roported,
with tho rumor added that hor sub
stitute captain had given tho in
formation that led to tho seizure. It
afterward transpired that tho Wai
manalo was delayed in the channel
by a breakdown in hor machinery,
also that tho opium was seized
amongst tho freight for a Chinese
merchant on tho wharf. An enquiry
of a Customs oilicial, as to whether
thoro was any ground of suspicion
against tho stoamor, was only an
swered by a knowing wink. Since
then nothing has beou learned to con
firm any suspicion that tho circum
stances mentioned might have awak
ened. As tho different roports, as
well as erroneous statements mndo
in tho Legislature, aro liable to in
jure tho business of tho steamer, we
take this opportunity of correcting
tho damaging impression created by
tho publications in question.
Another Interesting Bankruptcy.
Proof of claims against George
K. Norton, voluntary petitioner in
bankruptcy, will bo hoard to-morrow.
Some interesting developments
aro possible beforo tho caso is (lis,
posed of. It is reported that some
of tho creditors may try to institute
an enquiry into an alleged transfer
of valuable real estate, for tho no
minal consideration of one dollar, to
petitioner's wife before marriage mid
nut a short lime before borrowing
a considerable sum of money. It is
rumored that the tranbfer was made
at tho instance of a relative by mar
riage who at that time held a high
'PJIK WKKKLV lMILLCTl.N-W COL
X uiuiiH of Interesting heading Matter
Inlands. 14; mailed to foreign countries. 5.
FOR A MILLION.
Contest Between Corporations
Oyer the Waikapu
Conclusion of the Readings and Plead
ings In tho Supremo Court.
Wednesday, Jan. 11, 1893.
Mr. Hatch closed for the plaintiff.
Referring to tho failure of tho Wai
kapu Co. to demand possession of
that part of tho col.jiou used by
tho Hawaiian Commercial Co., ho
claimed that such demand was
necessary. In all tho arguments of
counsel thoro was an attempt to
misrepresent tho position of his
client, or put him in a position which
ho had not taken. To state that his
client claimed exclusive title to tho
part occupied by it was a gross per
version of tho record. His client's
bill merely asked that a partition bo
made on tho basis of tho existing
record, so far as that might equita
bly bo done. It did not claim actual
titlo to tho part occupied by it. Tho
bill was for a partition, and asked
for an accounting incidentally.
There was no estoppel on the face of
tho bill which could prevent the
Court from taking all tho facts into
consideration bearing on tho liability
to account. Tho defendant's an
swer alleges that there was a refusal
after demand to be lot into posses
sion. Was there any evidence to
support that? Tho Court on a well
known equitable principle having
taken tho caso under its jurisdiction
for any purpose, considers every
thing necessary to an equitable dis
posal of it. Tho Hawaiian Commer
cial Co., in asking for tho laud ad
joining its own, relied mainly on tho
fact that thoro was an equitable rea
son for giving each owner tho land
which joins his own. That was all.
Tho counsel for tho defense had at
tempted to make out that there was
a different rule of law for small
pieces of land and for largo. Tho
Court could not establish any such
sliding scale; tho rule was tho same
for all co-tenants, whothor largo
owners or small. Tho cultivation of
this laud was a matter of more pub
lio interest than any lawsuit between
tho parties. Even if it were only
planted in guavas for guava jolly it
was a matter of public interest. So
far as tho triangle fenced in was con
cerned, it was not proved that it was
not farmed by Glaus Spreckols for
his private benefit. It might have
oeen for all counsel know to tho
contrary. No definite demand was
over made upon tho plaintiff, and
nis possession was not adverse. Ver
uout was a State much relied on by
lefondant, and yot a Vermont caso
.aid that, there wore undoubtedly
cases where one co-tenant need not
iccouut to the other for use, as in
cho caso of pasture land where thoro
was pasture enough for both, or for
arable hind, where ono party only
cultivated his portion. That was
exactly this case.
Ho was very sorry that tho caso
could not have been conducted with
out a reference to tho supposed
wealth of tho parties. Those whom
ho represented had been freely
abused. Ho did uot think tho law
would bo affected bv an abuse of
Mr. Macfarlano, ev. were ho dis
posed to indulge in that stylo of ora
tory. As a mattor of fact, the cor
poration ho represented was nearly
bankrupt. Tho damages could not
possibly amount to a million dollars,
fifty thousand would bo the most
the defendant could claim, and tho
perpetual parading of tho million in
tho newspapers, and elsewhere, ap
peared as though it wore intended
to influence. The Court could not
bo influenced b' anything of tho
Mr. Hart well objected to tho ex
pression as a reflection on counsel.
Mr. Hatch disclaimed any imputa
tion on counsel.
After some further discussion, tho
Court rose at 11:22 a. in.
Boston is to got gas for cooking,
heating and power purposes for $1
por thousand foot, while that for il
luminating purposes is to havo a
candle power of at least twenty-live,
instead of sixteen as now.
I. 0. 0. F.
rplIK MKMJJKU8 OF KXCKLSIOH
X Lodge No. 1 uml Harmony Lodge
No. It ami Visiting HrothorN and their
Families, are respectfully invited to ut
tunil the Installation of Oillcors of l'liclllo
Itcbekah Lodge No. 1, I. O. 0. I, at F.x
eulslor Hull, on Fill DAY, Jim. 13th, at
7:30 o'clock p. M.
A .Small Lot of tlio Noted
Niu Lea or Dwarf Cocoanut
Just Received from Hinnoa, iiIho
a lot of
ASSORTED VARIETIES OF COCOANUTS.
tW Those Nuii aro carefully selected
fur planting ami mi lust beginning to
I Hjimut. A photogriinlinf tin' Ihvarf Uocou-
I nut may bo seen at the ntmc of
H. E. MoINTYKE & BRO.
Doubtful If Financial Assistanco Will
bo Extondod Boyond tho First
Tho London correspondent of tho
Auckland Herald; writing on Novem
ber 18th, has tho following roforonco
to tho Pacific cnblo:
Although Sir John Ponder sooms
somowhat sceptical as to tho oxis
tonco of any French company likely
to unuortauo tuo construction of a
Pacific cablo, it has transpired dur
ing tho last fow da-s that tho So
cioto Fratujniso des Tolegraphos
Sous-Mariu of Paris aro fully dotor
minod to comploto tho first section
of the main Pacitio cablo from Bun
dnborg lo Vancouver within tho noxt
18 mouths, nud to proceed with tho
remaining section with nil expedi
tion. Tho directors of tho company
seem full of enthusiasm and con
fidence. Thoy .had a mooting on
Saturday, at which thoy dotorminod
to press on with tho undertaking,
oven if tho Chambor of Deputies do
clined to ratify tho engagements
which tho Qqvornmont of Franco
havo entered into with Captain Aud
loy Cooto for tho payment of 8000
a year for 80 yoars. But no doubt is
entertained that tho subsidy will bo
voted willingly, and that other assis
tance not specified will bo tendered
at any rate, so far as tho construc
tion of tho Queonsland-Now Calo
donia cablo is coucornod. Tho en
gagements of tho Government com
mit thorn no further than this sec
tion, and it is thought to bo doubt
ful whether financial assistanco will
be extondod in regard to tho remain
der of tho Pacific cablo.
Judge Ingraham of Now York se
verely condemns tho growing prac
tice of lawyers taking damage cases
on shares with tho plaintiffs.
" We are six in fam
A Farmer at ily. We live in n
-.. too place where we are
Edom'Texas' subject to violent
Says: Colds and Lung
Troubles. I have
used German Syrup for six years
successfully for Sore Throat, Cough,
Cold, Hoarseness, Pains in the
Chest and Lungs, and spitting-up
of Blood. I have tried many differ
ent kinds of cough Syrups in my
time, but let me say to anyone want
ing such a medicine German Syrup
is the best. That has been my ex
perience. If you use it once, you
will go back to it whenever you
need it. It gives total relief and is
a quick cure. My advice to every
one suffering with Lung Troublesis
Try it. You will soon be con
vinced. In all the families Hdiere
your German Syrup
is used we have no John
trouble with the
Lungs at all. It is
the medicine for this
G. . GUI: EN. Sole Mun'fr.Woodbury.NJ.
TUESDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 10, A
Curd Caso (Pocket Hook), containing
Money and Papers; the Under will bo liber
allv rewarded by leaving at the Hum.ktin
UNITED CHINESE SOCIETY.
AT THE REGULAR" MEETING OK
the United Chine-c Society, held on
tho 3d Inst., the follow ing were declared
duly elected as Officers of the corporation
for tho ensuing year, viz.:
President Goo Kim,
Vice-President Wong Kwai,
Secretary Clung On,
Assistant Secretary Lait Chock King,
Treasurer : Wai Biting,
Assistant Treasurer Lum Sing.
Honolulu, January 3, 1803.
Information Concerning Coffee
THE 11UREAU OF INFORMATION
having received many inciuiries us to
areas and location of laud available for
Ooll'ee Culture, hereby requestH that all
persons holding land imjt lu forsOoU'eo
Culture which they lire destVous of selling,
leasing or working on shares, will send in
formation concerning the tame to the
Glvo 1 Island and Disttiet.
3 If for sale, lowest price.
I If for lease, term, rent and any spe
5 If on shares, condition.
This information will be compiled and
furnished free to nnv one desiring it.
HAW. llUUKAU INFORMATION.
L. A. TiiuitbTON, Sec'y. U15-lw
"BT. OLA.F lilt AND"
Superior to Any Other !
TIiIh Milk is prepared in Norwav from
tho Pure Unskimmed Milk of Norwegian
Cows, fed on mountain grass. Theio is
nothing added except tho Finest Sugar,
and nothing token away from It but water,
it therefore posesso.i all tho original pro
perties mid aroma peculiar to Norwegian
For Salo la Quantities to Suit by
II. "W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
lly A. M, IIETTENCOUHI',
Yclinliiary Surgeon ami Dealer lu Iloises,
corner llerctania and I'iiiicIiIikwI xtc
1ST- Mutual .Mclnpliomi:i77. ft'Mf
The Daily llulkttn in delivered by
currten fur CO cmUyer month,
Hawaiian Harflware Co., 14
Saturday, Jan. 7, JS0,'i.
Hard times begets crime;
crime creates desire for pro
tection and protection sug
gests night lamps. Those
opened last week were of such
unique patterns that we have
had a run on them. It's well
to have a light in the room but
there's no reason now for
having a bright light. These
little lamps have shades to
match the font and the bright
glare does not penetrate, just
a subdued glimmer, enough to
enable you to see the time by
the clock. They are cheaper
than tapers and more orna
mental. Just a word to the managers
of plantations and workers in
machinery. The subject of
oils has given these people as
much anxiety as anything else.
After a great deal of trouble
we managed, a year ago, to
secure for our trade a lubri
cating oil of a very superior
grade. Engineers who use it
say it is the best; one of them
goes so far as to say that
"journals that always ran hot
before using oils bought of the
Hawaiian Hardware Co. now
And when it comes to planT
tation supplies we think we
have as good a stock as any
body. We don't say anything
about prices; what is said
about values in everyday house
goods applies as well to goods
used on plantations. Not a
firm in the Kingdom has been
able to touch us on plows
either in quality or price. The
Hendry Breaker has wedged
its way through a hall dozen
alleged "standards" until it
has cut a furrow clear through
them and now stands a line
ahead of the front rank. We
have never sold one to a man
but what he tells us it is the
best plow he ever saw. Our
rice plows give just as good
satisfaction in their work and
durability as the large plows.
We have other articles in dail)
use on the plantations, all you
have to do is to ask for them
and we will supply you with
anything except a diffusion
Has it ever occurred to you
that it pays better to get a
good stove in the beginning
than to buy one whose onl)
reputation is its cheapness
both in quality and price.
Everyone who ever used a
Fischer steel range will tell
you that as a fuel saver it will
pay for itself in a year.
Everyone who has ever used
one of them will tell you that
it is the quickest and best
baker on the market. We've
sold them ever since we have
been in business and have
found that they give general
What the Fischer range is
in steel stoves the Pansy is in
the iron stove line. Among
the cheaper stoves the Pansy
is the best we have ever seen.
They last longer and burn less
fuel than any iron stove in the
A late importation of glass
stand lamps in cheap quality
will enable us to supply all
the small stores in the coun
try. They were selected as
being just what is wanted by
the people on the Islands.
We will sell you one or a bar
rel; five barrels if you want
Glassware comes and goes
and it takes close guessing to
keep pace with the demand.
This last lot commends itself
to anyone wanting really good
and artistic: glassware at low
prices. Hawaiian Italwavo Co., Lil
Opposite BjircckuU1, Jllook,
For Boys :
A Full Line of
Etc., Etc., Etc.
-: FORT STREET.
Bruco & A. J. Cartwright.
ro Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
rpiIAT PLEASANT SUR
JL urban Cottage on Nuti
auu street, adjoining the
residence of Mr. Thomas
SorciiMiu. nicely aniiointedand with agree
aide surroundings, suited to a xnmll family
and within an easy remove from tho iieat
of the City. Terms $18 per mouth.
-MI AT VERY DESI li
able Residence at me-
kin. I in. nit, iKi.l hi' Ilium.. Xvi . . .T-v
-. ... UII..J....U .... .......to JMl'JA'UCliL.
Love as a homestead, Mtu- ".i&iSsiiS
ale on King street opposite the residence
of Dr. G. 1. Andrews. House contains
Large 1'itrlnr, Dining-room, ."! Large Bed
rooms, Kitchen, etc. Roomy Stables and
Servant's ljuurtcrs in rear; only 10 min
utes' walk to the I'ost Olllcc. For-scssion
given in March, l-:i 5. &!W-lf
'OTE Before seeking or closing bar
gains elsewhere, it will pay you to scan our
column, and to at once consult the under
signed at their olllce.
iff-We keep pioperty in lirst-class con
dition. Our terms are moderate jind as
landlords wo will ahvajs be found reason
able in our dealings.
& Ajiply in each cae to
BRUCE or A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
"Cartwright Building," Merchant street.
By Lewis J. Jiovey.
Notice of Sale of Shares Held as
rpHE UNDERSIGNED GIVES NOTICE
JL that in pursuance of a now or of sale
contained in a collateral note given by
George W. Macfarlane to li.hop iV. Co.,
dated .March 2(ith, lfcHO, said note being lor
the Mini of One Hundred and Twenty
three Thousand Three Hundred and I'ortv
I'our 7-UH) Dollars (li'i.HH.OT) p.tyablo to
the order of Bishop it Co. on or befoie De
cemherlil, loin l, and of the rights of the
undersigned as holder of sud note and of
tho shales of stock pledged as security for
tho payment of the same, and in con-e-ipnm
."' of the lailure of said G. W. Macfar
lane lo pav- said note when due, ho will
sell at Public Auction at the Salesrooms of
Lewis.. Luvox, Auctioneer, in Honolulu,
on SATURDAY, the 14th dav of Jiinuarv,
A. I). 18!).!, at I "J o'clock noon, nil of those
Ono Thousand One Hundred iiml Ninety
(11!K)) Shares of tho t apltiil Stock of the
Waikapu Migar Compaliy, nil Haxvaiian
corpoiation, being the samo cox'ered by
Ceitillcates Nos. j, .Viand do in the namu
of G. W. Macfarlane, being the same
Shares pledged by .said George W. Mactar
lane to said llislioj) iX: Co. as security for
the p.ivment of i-aid note. Far Value One
Ilundied Dollars i.'fioii) per Share.
CLAUS Sl'R ECKELS,
Honolulu, Dee. :il, If.)', Iil3-td
The following choice bit of x-oid painting
occurs in Haxvthorne's Maible Faun:
" Women bo they of hat eaithlv rank
thoy may, lioxvuvor gil'ttd with intellect or
genius, or endowed withawful beauty, havo
always -ome little handiwork lcady'to till
the tiny gap of every vacant moment. A
needle is lainiliar to the lingers of them all.
A queen, no doubt, plies it on occasion; tho
woman poet can use it as adroitly as her
pen; the woman's e.xe, that has discovered
a new star, turns from it.s glory to send the
polished little instrument gleaming along
the liein of her keiehief, ortodarna casual
fray in lier dress. And they havo greatly
tho advantage of us in this respect. The
Iender tlnead of sill; or cotton keeps them
nulled witb I be small, familiar, gentle in
terests of life, tho continually operating in
llueuces of which do so much torthe health
of tho character, ami carry oil' xvhal xwmld
otherwise be a dangerous 'accumulation of
morbiil sensibility. A vast deal ol human
.sympathy runs 'along this electric line,
stieiching fiom tho throne to the wicker
chair of the humblest seamstress, ml(
keeping bigh and low in a species of com
munion with their kindred beings."
Housewix'cs, while you ply the needle,
hax'c you ever relit eted on the vicissitudes
of life? See to it that your husbands pio
vlde for the future xxellaro of their families
by at once applving for a I'olicv in tho
KQUITA1SLF, LIFE ASSURANCE SO
CIETY of tho United States. No more
suitable gift could be ollcrcd to you.
BRUCE & A. J. CARTWRiailT,
General Agents for the Hawaiian Islands,
Equitable Life Assurance Society of tho
pY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EXECU
Xi tion icMii-il out of the Supioino Court,
on the lull day of December, A. D. WM,
against A, F. GousiU'cs, defendant, in
favor of . I. C. (juliital. pliiintilV, for the sum
of .f:i !0.;J.o, I Imxc levied upon and shall e-no-e
for sale at the I'olice Station, ill the
District of Honolulu, l.-lund of Oahu, at U
o'clock of WEDNESDAY, the iVitli dav or
.laiiuaiy, A. 1). IMt'l, to the highest bidder,
all the light, title anil iutenot of the said
A. I". Gon-alves, defendant, in audio the
following piopcrly, itn!cs said jiidgiiient,
inleie-l, costs and my o.pcnscs be pie
List ol proper! x for sale:
All ol ihe rlglii, mle and Interest of A.
F. GoiimiIvus in certain houso-lol logither
xvilh the liuildlllgn thereon, sliualK on the
west side of I'uiiehbowl stiict, ill Hono
lulu, adjoining ilm Royal School piemli-es,
being premises covered by Apana.'lof II,
I I'. HU.', I.. C. A. r.'Ki, lo IxllllUllllillo KlIIIIO-
I hal, and duly convoyed to said A. F. Gon
salves, excepting therefrom it lot contain
ing .0" of an acre on the northerly corner
I heietofoie duly cniiw.xcd, lo Manuel Cor
I I'ehl, Htibjecl III linirlgilgu of lfl.il) I In Ihe
IWlllUiici-c lleiievolclll hni'li l.x , ibliid
laicli r, Is, I.', leciuded ill Libel l.il, p.ir.-
UHAS, II, Wl I.HON,
Honolulu, Duo. 1!7, Ib'Ji U10.lt
WMer's Steamship Co.
W. 0. Wti.i.nn, Fres. S. II. Rom:, Sec.
O.xi-t. J. A. Kino, Fort Supt.
Will leax-e Honolulu at 2 r. i., touching at
Lahaiua, Maalaca Bay and Makeua the
same day; Mahukoua.'Kitwallnte and L'ut
pahoehoo the following day, arriving at
llllo at midnight.
Friday .Ian. 13
Tuesday .Ian. 21
Friday.' Feb. .'1
Tues.fav Feb. II
Friday Feb. "21
Tuesday Mar. 7
Friday Mar. 17
Returning lcax'es Hilo, touching at Lint
liahoehoe same dav; Knwniliau .x. m.j Ma
liukona 10.x. .xt.; Mukona Ir. m.j Maalaea
Bay (I r. m.j I.ahaina K v. m. the following
day; arriving at Honolulu I) A. m. Wednes
days and Saturdays.
ARRIVES AT HONOLULU!
Saturday Jan. 2t
Wednesday Vol). 1
Sat unlay Vol). 1 1
Wednesday Feb. 22
Saturday Mar. 4
Wednesday Mar. 15
t3F No Freight will bo received uftor
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu cx-erv Tuesday at 5
i'. m., touching at Kaliulul, Huelo, liana,
Hamoa and Kipahulu.
Returning will an i-o at Honolulu every
ffi$ No Fi eight will be received after
I l'. M. on (lev of sailing.
Consignees must be at the landings to
reeeix'e their Freight, as we xvill not hold
ourselves responsible after such Freight
has been landed.
While the Company -xvill use due dili
gence in handling Live Stock, we decline
to assume any responsibility in ease of the
loss of same.
The Company xvill not be responsible for
Money or Jewelry unless placed in the care
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco :
The New and Vino Al Steel Steamship1
Of tlit Oceanic Steamship Company xvill
be ducat Honolulu from Sydney and 'Auck
land on or about
And will leax'o for tho rtbove port xvith
Mail.sand 1'assenger.s on orabout thatdate.
For Sydney and Auckland :
The New and Vino Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu, fiom San Francisco,
on or about
And xvill have prompt despatch xvitli
Mails and 1'assengers for the above poits.
The undersigned are now prepared to issue
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
fX& For further particulars regarding
Fieight or l'assage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
i-'.il General Agents..
Pacific Mail S.S. Co.
Occidental and Oriental S. S. Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG.
.Steamers of the uboxe Companies xvill
cull in Honolulu on their way to tho above
pons on or about the following dates:
Stmr. "China" Feb. 20, l&'JIi
Stmr. "(iaelic" Vpril 11, 1MI3
For SAN FRANCISCO.
Steamers of the iihox'c Companies xvill
call at Honolulu on their way from Hong
kong anil Yokohama to the above port on
or about the following dates:
Stmr. "llelgie" Feb. 8, lb!i:l
falnir. "Citvof Feking".. March 111. lMJIi
Stmr. "Oceanic" May 7, lMtf
Round Trip Tickets
TO YOKOHAMA AND RETURN $350.
&& For Fieight and l'assage apply to
E HACKFELD & CO.,
air tf Agents.
j Oceanic Steamship Co.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from ti, F.
for H. 1
Fiom Hun I'limelsco From Sydney for
for .Sydney. Kan Francisco.
Affile lluiiiilutii. I,i nve lltuuitulii.
.VI.AMKDA, .Ian. l:t MAIIII'OSA, Jan 11
MOXOWAI. Feb. II
.Xlll.MJXX .1, .Mar. 1U
AI.AMF.DA, April 7
Al.AMF.DA, Mar. I)
MAItll'OSA, April II
MAItll'OSA, May .r 1 MONOWAl, May 1
A rill II'M FAT OF
Fisltand Oil Clothing
I'll! .-l.l. I.Y
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO,