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..Oct. Ill, lb!W
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.. Fob. 0, 1N.II
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.April 1(1, lt'Jl
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Stmr 'OAKLIC" Mavil, lf'j::
Stmr "U1TY OF PKICINU"...'
. Stmr "CHINA" lime 111, INC.
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Aug. lit, IrtKi
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Stmr "0(!KANIO" Deo. 1, IV.N
Stmr "OITY OF I'j:iClN(i"
Ian. -2, lt.!)l
Stmr "OCKANIC" Fob. 12. I!-!) 1
Stmr "CHINA" Alaroh i, IblM
Stmr "OAKLIC" JIkvII, Ib',11
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Til VIlKO- rci Itll.NIS-
Cabin $1.10 00 $175(10
Cabin, ronnd trip I
mouths L'2." 00 .'.0
Cabin, loitud trip 12
months 2112 ."jO .'illi 2."i
Kuropean Stceiagc... ." Oo 100 (X)
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allowed 10 percent oil return fans if return
ing within twelve months.
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207 tf Agents.
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Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
foi: mi: oi:i.i:m;'ii;n
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Aro now prepared lo give Kstlnmles mid
receive urdurs for ibeo Kiiglnus,
of any si.o mid style.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
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KTYLK OF I.UCU.MUTIVK
Adapted for Plantation Purposes
A number of which have recently beun
received at Uiumi Itihiuds, ami wo will have
pleasure in furnishing plantation ugtmu
ami inatiagcm with paiilotihirs of miiiiu.
The Hipttriiirily of tin so Locoiuotle
over all other umbos U known not oulv
hem but i iirl.uou leogiul (lirmiglioiii the
WEI. G. IRVIN & CO., Lttl,
Solo AputB for tlio UawalUn Islauila.
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.jfiih fur Hit llnuniinn fslntuh.
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Will leave Honolulu at -J : m., touching at
Luhalna, Maahiva Bay and Alakona the
-ame il.iy; Maliukonn. Kawuihao and Ijui-
lialmi'lioi ttio following dav, arriving at
Uilo at uiidniulit.
liohiining leaves Hilo, touching at Luu
i p.ihoehoo miiiii' day; Kawaihae a. m.; Ma
nukoiia 10 a. m.; .Makeua t !. m.; Maalaoa
I5.iy (i v. m.; LnhniiM S i m. the following
da, ; ai living at Honolulu n a. m. Woilncs
da.xs and fcalurdas.
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1 iioiim on dav of Kiilhi''
be received after
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i M., toiiohing at Kahului, Huelo, Hana,
Hamtia and Ivipaliuhi.
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t v. m. on ilay of sailing.
( on-igncos niut be at the landing to
receive their Freight, we will not hold
oiir-ehe-t responsible aitor such Freight
has been lauded.
While the Companv will w-u due dili
gence in handling Live Stock, e decline
lu !isiiiue any ic.-poiisibilit j in case of the
lo of same.
The Company will not be responsible for
-Money or.le.wc!rj unless placed in the care
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Australian Mail Service,
For San Francisco :
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Uoinpanv will
he duo at Honolulu hum Sydney ami 'Auck
land on or about
And will leave for the above port with
ilailsaml Passengers on or about that date.
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
May 4 th,
I And will hae prompt despatch with
.Minis, ami rassengers lor the above ports.
The undersigned are now prepared to issue
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
fty For further particulars regarding
Fieiglit or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Oceanic Steamship Co.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F,
for S. F.
April IU April L'O
May 17 May 'JI
.llllio 11 June ill
July U Inly 111
Aug. U , Aug. 10
Sept. IJ boot. Ill
Our. I Oct. II
Nuv. 1 Nov. H
From San I'laucisco
From Sydney for
MAItll'ilhA. Mil) I MONOWA1, .May 4
Mw.MiWAl, June 1 ALAMKDA, June 1
A I.AM LI) A, J ami Jii MAltll'OSA.Junoai
M(J.Su Al. Aug. -i A LAMBDA Aug -JI
ALAJIKliA.lwiit.ill I .MAKIPlldA.Sepl -Jl
M J.llli'0A, Uot. 10) A1UNOWAI, Oct. Ill
MU.NUWAI, Nuv, 10 ALAMUDA Nov. IU
AnBWor to Bluator.
Editor Bi'lmjtix: -
Aftor rojuiing tho tyrannical edi
torial in this morning's Advortisor,
tho following thoughts suggostod
IhutnsolvGs: "wlint is this Uovorn
mniitt" "How imiiio it in powort"
"What is its object in taking control
of nffnirs?" It is a revolutionary
government, placed in power through
tho connivauco df tho U. S. Minister,
with tho nssistnnco of tho U. S.
forces at his command, for tho uur
noso of securing annexation, against
tho wishes of the people What aro
they doing? Tho- aro governing
with tho iron hand and rule of "mili
tary despotism." Is that popular
government? No. Would tho pres
ent government and its supportors
have nindo the move thoy did, on the
10th of January, to overthrow tho
then existing form of government,
had it not been for the support as
sured to them by the U. S. Minister?
No. They were perfectly nwaro of
tho fact, that llor Majesty's govern
ment was in a position anil hail the
means to quell any disturbance that
might have arisen at that time.
If the Queen had not quiotPy
yielded her throne, which she did
"under protest, what would have been
the result? A light and bloodshed.
Would the present government have
been in existence? No. Now, Mr.
Editor, what have tho party who aro
"dictators" at the present time, aud
its supporters, been doing for tho
last six year? They have been in
triguing for the overthrow of tho
Mounrch3. Thoy organized politic
al societies with treasonable objects.
Thoy held secret meetings at private
houses. Tiny denounced tho mo
narchical form of government, and
have been tho prime movers of revo
lutions. Yet they onjojx'd perfect
impunity and made a perfectly im
pudent use of it. Now the' aro dis
playing openly tho badgo of its An
nexation Club, and slinking the
American Hag in ovo'one's face.
All these treasonable acts aro now
laid at tho door of tho Queen aud
tho royalists. This may be called
an Interregnum, during which time
the United States Government is
Arbitrator, lu this instance the
Sovereign is not dead, but tho plain
tiff. What are the royalists doing?
Quietly and peaceably presenting
their statements and memorials, as
witnesses, to the U.S. Commissioner
who is hero for that purpose. Is
that intriguing for tho return of
their Queen to ollico and tho over
throw of a government which is only
a temporary one? Tho less tho Ad
vertiser says about intriguing and
treason t lie better. Monarchy.
April 15, 18i)3.
Those Terrible Royalists.
Isn't it pretty good? Tho false
alarm which seared the members of
Company A half out of their senses
last Thursday evening, was occasion
ed by a rumor started "by some en
thusiastic royalist," so "says last
evening's ''Twinkle, Twinkle. Theso
fellows, "Royalists," must bo tough
character.-. Thoy evidently aro not
satisfied with walking off with 200
odd tins of opium aud a jewelled
crown and poisoning the army, but
are starting in to frighten tlio sol
dier bovs out of thoir wits. What in
the deuce will thoy do nest?
April 15, 181).'!.
Tlio incendiary language used by
tlio Advertiser-Star combination to
ward tho Queen and tho nation is no
doubt assumed for the ptirposo of
inciting the natives to insurrection
and thereby injuring their cause in
tlio eyes of Commissioner Blount.
But tho natives won't take tho bait.
Thoy aro perfectly well satisfied and
wining 10 leave mo wnoio business
in tho hands of the world-wide
generosity of Unelo Sam, feeling
confident that ho will do thorn jus
April 15, l.S'.Kl.
Booms to let with board at Ilani
Boot Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
Aftor shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith it Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at ouco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith A: Co.,
A comfortable cottage, well fur
nished, is wanted on tlio plains. Ad
dress "F.,". Bulletin ollico.
Dr. McLennan, l.'H Fort streot,
above Hotel. Chronic aud Sugieal
eases. Alutiial .telephone boz.
I'rof. F. Lombard, A. B., will con
tinue giving instruction in private
and in classes; French, Spanish,
and Latin. Residence, Alakea street,
near Y. M. C. A.
My wife was confined to her bod
for over two months .with a vorv se
veio attack of rheumatism. " Wo
could got nothing that would afford
hor any relief, and as a last resort
gnvo Chamberlain's Pain Balm a
trial. To our great Biirpriso she bo
gau to iinunno aftor tho first atuili-
I'lition, and by using it regularly alio
wns soon able to got up and nttoud
to house work. K. II. Johnson, of
O. ,1. Kuutsoii iV: Co., Kensington,
Minn. 50 cent bottles for sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
tiulitoribf for the Daily llulUtin, SO
cent i per month.