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IS THE GREAT ...i1
STRENGTH - BUILDER.
nnil breaks up
cures skin criip
, tloiu, restores
1 exhausted lt.il
llty, mul drltes
font every ele
ment of disease.
er al debility, or
ntiy other ail
ment Arising from Impure blood, should tako
Aycr's Sarsaparilla. It elves strength to
tho weak, and builds up the, system gener
Ally, lly Its uso food Is made nourishing,
sleep refreshing, mid life en Jo) able.
HIGHEST AWARDS AT THE
World's Great Expositions.
Udo tor '" J.CAjrcr A Co, Lowcll,Miit.,U.S.A.
EJP"Hewr of clietp Imitation!. Tlio nm
Axer'it NnrsnimrllU It prnmlnenl mi the
wr.ij'ixT, nnil It Clown la the Klanol racli u
Hollister Drug Co., L'd.,
Sole Agents for tlio Republic of Hawaii.
Real Estate and Loans
Tho enlargement of tho LOAN Market
so as to cover the wants und necessities of
the large number of honorable people who
are not owners of unincumbered Ileal
Estate was one of the most necessary Inno
vations of recent years. To many it bus
meant relief from pressing claims nt tho
very time when most essential. When
properly and honorably conducted this
business is of equally great Importance
nnd value to tho community as Building
and iian Associations have proved them
selvos to be.
Toe Hawaiian Iavestment Co.loS0lath.x'nu,K,u,,o,Ui,woo,,dWp
Makes a specialty of Negotiating and Pro
curing Jiuans for Borrowers who uru un
able to discount their Notes ut the Banks
und who do not care to obligate, them
selves to some friend or acquaintance by
asking bis endorsements to their Note.
This Company will make Loans upon
Household Furniture, Pianos. Organs.
Horses, Mules, Wagons, Carriages ami
Personal Property without removing the
Property from the Borrower's osseksIon,
and all business will be conducted on a
BTKIUTLY CONFIDENTIAL BAelS.
The Hawaiian Iayebtment Co.,
Oenebal Heal Estate Aoexts,
13 and 15 Kaahumaim Streets,
(Ntar PontUiCce )
Notary Public. Mutual Telephone 639.
HULL LINB 01'
Japanese v Goods I
Silk aod Cottoo Dross Goods,
Ru. ittu. ito.. Ku-,
Silk, Liueu aoU Grape Shirts
OK (JOMPLETK bTOOK -
Made by Yamatoya of Yokohnnin.
Of When yon are In need of any line
of Japanese Uoods, give us first rail mud
savB going all around town.
SOS Fort St., ntai Cvustosa IXoum
Bell Tel. 881. AIutdal Tel. !07.
P. O. BOX 321.
128 ,fe ISO FOHT STIIKET.
Blacksmitliing IN ffiKB.
Orders from the other Islands In
Building, Tilmmini, Fainting, Etc., Etc.,
Promptly Attended to.
"W. W. WRIGHT, Phop.
(Buocebsor to 0. West.)
Wilder's Steamship Go.
O. L WIGHT, Vres. H. B K08K, Sec.
Cnpt. J. A. KINO, Port Supt.
i Stmr. KENAU
Will leave Honolulu at 2 r. u., loaoniiu at
Lahhlna, Maalaea Bay aud Makena the
same day; MahukuiiH, Kawnihaeand Laa
i pahi'choo the following day K.rriltii nt
Hllo t)io same evening
J.KAVKS IIOSOI.UIW J AHRIVE IIOKOLt'LU i
1 Tuesday .
Friday . .
I Tuesday .
i Tuesday .
Frloay . .
, TueMlny ..
' Friday . .
. Feb HI
. Afar. 14
. Msr. 22
,. May 3
,. May 21
Juno I J
. .Miir. (J
. Auk. Ill
Fr day .
. Mar. 10
.. July 2
.. July VI
. .Bcpt 3
. .Hepr, 13
.. Dec. 17
.fcepi. 0 l
.. Sept. 17
. Nov. 1U
. . .Nov. '.".I
. Dec, 10
Keturntiig, will leave Hllo at 1 o'clock
koiia and Kawalhne same day; Makena,
Maalaea Bay an) l.ahalna the following '
dnr: arriving at Honolulu tho afternoons
, of Tut'sdajs and Fridays
CtT" No Freight will lie received nftor '
IS noon on day nf railing.
Stmr. CLATJDINE, I
OAKERON, Commander, j
Will leave Honolulu Tuesdnjs at A f. .., '
! touching nt Kahului Htm, Hamon and J
I Kipahulu, Maul. Hemming rrrlves t
Hiitiulnlri btindav njornincs
!V No Freight will or rcculTKd alter
i 4 r. m. on nay of sailing.
This Company will reserves the right to
make changes m tho tlmeof dcpartuie and
arrival of its steamers without notice and
it will not be responsible for any conse
quences arising therefrom.
Consignees must be at the landings to
receive their Freight; th's Company will
not hold Itself responsible for freight after
it nas bcon landed.
Live Stock only nt owner's risk.
This Company will not be responsible for
Money or Valuables of passengers unless
placed in the cure of Pursers.
Passengers nr requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. Those failing to
do so will be subject to an additional
charge of twcnty.flvo per cent.
JL Commander, will lewva Honolulu as
follows: Tuesday, Jan. 22d, Friday, Feb.
1st, Tuesday, Feb. 12th, at 2 r. M. for La
halna, Uahnkona, Laupnhoeboe. Hono
hlna, Hnknlau, Honnmu, Pohakumana
aud Hllo ltcturnlng leaves Hllo at U r. m.
Monday, Jan. 23th, Thursday, Feb. 7th,
Monday, Feb. 18th, vailing at Lanpahoo
hoe same day. Leaves Mahukonant7 a.m.
Tuesday, Jan. 20th, Friday, Feb. 8th, Tues
day, Feb. lWtli, calling at l.ahalna same
day, arriving at. Honolulu tamo night.
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO., L'd.
1 2 10- tu
HU ST ACE &C.
aii iuti in auy ijuauiHy inMii
Kruiii one ban to any quantity
In 4-tU lengths and Sawed or Split
from a bag to auy quantity; alo
WHITE & BLACK SAND
California Fruit Market
Corner King and Alnkea Sts.
By Every 8tfamer from 8n
Fresh Fruit, Oysters,
Balmon, Poultry, Etc., Etc.
AT THE ANCHOR
Oyator Cocktails I
Bauor Brunnen 1
Fredericksburg Boor I
Straight and Mixed Drinks
Of All Kinds and Best Quality.
Southwest Corner King k Rntuua Sts.
WILTi ZIMMERMAN OOMEP
Talk of a Visit from America's
It has boon rumored about town
among local wheolmon that Zim
uiormau, tho champion bicycty ridor
of America, would mako a visit to
Honolulu tythn near future. Thoro
port ia not areditod by the local bicy
cle authorUiep, as at last roports Zim
merman intended to open a bicycle
factory at his home in Now Jersey
in conjunction with his brothor-in-law.
Zimmerman had mado a little
fortuno during his recent visit to
Franco and ho contemplated sot-
ll.M ttnioi. IT,, .nn- l.nnnliir I m veil
fQr j, cljaUR0 Qf clilliatO.
wr J. jr. I it e; rr ir, w 3
Bati'rpay. Feb. 2.
OASS Wnrrlmoo, Bird, from the Colo- I
nles via Fiji
Bttnr l.cbun from Maul, Ijiiml and Molo ;
Stmr Walalealo from Kukulhaclc, Hono-
kaa and Lahaina
oinir J n. 011II1IUU13 iruui rvuuiuii
Stmr l'clo from Kauai
Stmr Iwnlanl from Kauai
Stmr Mikahala from Kauai
Stmr Kaala from Kaliuku
Saiuruav. F-b. 2.
O A 8 8 Warrlmoo, Bird, for Vanconver,
H (J, at noon
Bk Helper, Sodergren for Han l'rancljco
Vossols Loavinj; Monday.
Stmr I.clmn for Molokal at 5 p in
Himr Kcauhou for Hauamatilu at 4 p in
Stmr Kaala for Kaliuku and Funaluu at 0
Cargoes from lalnnd Porta.
Stmr ICcuubou 3091 bags sugar.
Stmr Jas Mnkoe 2SJ0 bags su.var.
Stmr Iwnlanl 5190 bags sugaj.
Stmr Mikahala 5014 bags sugar.
Stmr Kaala 2025 bags sugar, 35 bdls green
hides, 5 likes sundries.
S:mr W O Hali-W-'O b.-ws sugar, 00) bags
coilee, H bags awn, 27 bead cattle and
From the Colonies, per S S Wnrrlmoo,
Feb 2 Mr nnd Mrs Clementcon und 3 in
From Makawell, per stmr Keauhou, Feb
1 Knoch Johnson and 1 deck.
From Kapaa. per stmr Jas Makee, Feb 1
-0 Tholl. 0 11 Makee, A P Brown, W I
Wartiner and 0 deck.
From Hawaii and Maul, per stmr W 0
Hall, Feb l-Volcano: J F O'Noll and
wife Way ports: Master J Kelllkoa and
40 deck, Inc udingl4of the crew wrecked
steamer Klhalanl, formerly the Daisy Kim
From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Feb 2
W H IUee, W Bcrlowltz and 10 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr IwalanI, Feb 2
Mrs J A Palmor, Mrs A F Fur tier, C B
Hofganrd aud 3 deck.
For Victoria and Vancouver, per CASS
Warrlmoo. Feb2-H H West, Ueorge Ford,
Wm Ovlngton and son, James W loiter,
W Lyon, A J Chambers, T Matthews, Geo
Folsom, J Ulbbard, Henry Il'lines, Geo
Fink and wl'e, J Abrunam, H Cllnios J B
Johnson, J Crun;t'n, A Mailer and II J
The scboonr Allen A, Schsgo mnstir,
arrived at Mabukona Sunday. Jan. 27, from
Kahulul in ballast, loaded with sugar and
sailed on the 20th for San Franci-co.
The schooner John U North, Ctrl'eu
master, urrivxl at Honnlpo Sunday, Jun.
27. from Honolulu in ballast, will nave a
full load of sugar nnd probably sail for San
Francisco about Feb. 3.
Tne S S. Warrlmoo, Bird master, took
to-day for Victoria and Vancouver on box
curios shipped by W. (I. Irwin tt Co., and
(XX) bags r.co by M. S. Orlnbaum it Co. Do
mestic value, $2015.75
The bark Hesper, Sodergrenmniiter, sail
ed tn-day for Ban 1-rancisco with 20,5!i0
bags sugar, valued nt $77,700, and shipped
by W. O Irwin it Co., 0. O Berger and J.
T Waterhomo. W. 0. Irwin Co. shipped
STEAMER TIME TABLE FOB 1895.
DUE AT HONOLULU.
Mariposa, " Colonies Feb 7
A'amcdn, " San Francisco Feb. 14
Gaelic, ' China and Japan Feb 10
Australia, ' Ban Francisco Feb. 18
Oceanic, " Ban FranMsco Feb. 18
Warrlmoo, " Vancouver Feb. 10
Mlowera, " Colonies ....Mar. 24
Arawa, " Colonics Mar 7
Marlpo'a, '' Ban Francisco .Mar. 14
Australia " Han Francisco ....Mar. 18
Mlowera, " Vancouver Mar. 24
Peru, " Chliiaancl Japan. .Mnr. 20
Warrlmoo, " Colonies Apr. 1
China, " Ban Francisco . ..Apr. 2
Alameda, " Colonies Apr. 4
Australia, ' ban JTancIsco Ar. 8
! Arawa, " San Francisco., Apr. 11
(Warrlmoo, " Vancouver Apr. 24
1 Gaelic. " China and Janan Anr. 2S
I Coptic, " Sau FrneIsco Apr 30 i
DEPAltT FHOM HONOLULU.
Pan Frano'-co .. .Feb. 7
Colonies .. .Feb. 11
fean Francisco Feb. 10
Ban Francisco Feb, 23
China and Jpann. .Feb, 10
Colonies Feb. 21
Vancouver Mar. 4
Ban Francisco. .Mar. 7
Colonic Mar. 14
San Francl.-eo Mar. 20
Colonic Mar. 21
Ban Frnnchco Mar. 20
Vancouver Apr. 1
Japan and China ..Apr. 2
San Francisco Apr, 4
Ban Francltco Apr. 13
Colonies Apr. 11
Colonies Apr. 2 1
Ban Francisco. ...Apr. 2S
China und Jupan. .Apr, SO
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
- ii in imv l.in running tn oiuuretiun wnu mi
OAWAD1AJN PACIFIC RAILWAY
H-inrro VH'iciniver. K tj., and Sydney, N. B. W.. ami milium at Vliiturln. 11. C,
Honolulu nnd Bava Fljl,
AJR.E! DUE J&.T ttOJ&Olu TJX..TJ
Hi or ttlKjiif tin IiitH below t.t-d v-
Kroni aydny sua Suvtt, tor Victoria
nnd Vaorouvor, B. C:
Stmr "M 10 WEB A" ..
''unmet) Tickets HwisJ from Honolulu
'UI1B1 Od eKSKMKSB AHfMl
U. McNICOLL, Montreal, Chuada.
UOUKBT KEllil, Wlnriltiert, Canudi.
M. M. BTEKN, San Francisco, Cal. '
0. McIj. BKOWN, Vancouver. B. 0. I
Oceanic Steamship Go.
usualiao Mail Serviu.
For San FranclAco .
' -" and Flue Al Steel Sttuimn:i
' MARIPOSA "
nt liiei Oceanic Btoamsblp Compauy mil
)e due ut Honolulu from Sydney nnd Auck
land on or about
Aud will loave tor the above port Mtn
Mhilnand Pastnngersonorabout ibntdntii.
For Sydney and Auckland :
I iih Uvw und Fin Al Steel Su-aninhii.
4 ALAMEDA "
oi toe Oceania Bteamship Company will
be due at Honolulu. from 8uu Krnnelero,
m or about
A.uu iu have prompt desiwuiu witn
Mnllh and Passengers for the above portb.
Tiim (nderslKued are now prepared to Issue
THROUGH TICKETS 10 ALL POINTS
IN THE DN1TED STATES.
Knr fnrttiMP rka4tf-i Im- ....!....
Krght or Passage apply to
WM. Q. IRWIN A CO., Ltd.,
Oceanic Steamship Go.
S. S. ADSTUAUA.
Ainvf llutmlcilu irf-nve lloaoiuiu
from S. F. fur b. F.
Feb. 18 Feb. 23
Marohl8 March 20
Aprl' 8 April! 3
May 3 May 8
May.' jane 3
June 21 Juno '.'4
July 15 July 20
Aug. 0 Aug. 14
Sept 2 Bept 7
Sept. 30 Oct. 2
Oct. 21 Oct. 27
Nov. 15 Nov. 20
From Ban Francisco From Sydney fui
for Sydney. Bnn Francisco.
Arrive Honolulu Uaie Honolulu.
ALAMEDA.Feb. 14 I MAHIP03A..Feb. 7
MAKlPOSA.Mnr.14l Alt AW A ....Mar. 7
AKAWA....Apr. 11 ALAMEDA Apr. 4
ALAMEDA. .May 0 MAltlPOSA .May 2
MAiUPO8A..June0j AItAWA....Ma 80
AHAWA July 4 I ALAMEDA June 27
ALAMEDA. .Aug. 1 MAUIFOSA.July25
MAKlFOSA.Aug.20 I AKAWA....Aug.22
Alt A WA . . . .Bept. 20 I ALAM ED A.SpU 19
ALAMKDA..Oct.24 MAIUPOBA .Oet.17
General Business Agent
Writer, Collector and Copyist.
HOUSES - AND - ROOMS
Leased and Rented.
A Thorough Knowledge of Town, Country
FEOMIBES SATISFACTION TO I'ATItONS.
UaW Office with A, P. Peterson, Kaahu
manu street. 1207-lni
q m 7 if
t-rom Victoria niirt Vauvuuvor. h 0.,
tor Suva und Sydnoyr
Stmr "WAUK1MOO" February 24
fctmr"MIOWKlU" March 21
Stmr' WAlthlMOO" April 24
to Cnida., Ctiltci Steles and Enrops.
Car fc" Freight and Pnssago itiut all
itenrroi InforinaMitii. apply to
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd,
Agenltvr tt.e HnuiniUm Irlauili.
; Pacific Mail S.S. Co.
r i r 1 1
Ofitiiaentai and Urieuial S. S Go,
Vox tUKUBAMA and UUNUK.UNG.
Bttamers of the above Compamts ill
rnll at Honolulu on their way to the above
ports ou oi about the following dates:
Stmr "OCEANIC ..February 19, ISffi
Mtinr(1Hl, .... Aprils, tsm
Stmr "COPTIC" April 30, U05
June i, le05
Stmr "COPTIC" July 10, 1803
Btmr'ClTY OF PEKING". ........
Auiitist 10, IbOS
Stmr "t OPTIC .... September 10, lh!5
Btmr "CHINA Uctuher 2JMb'(5
Stmr "COPTIC" November 2d, 1803
Btmr "CITY OF PEK1NH" !.
for 8AN FRANCI8CI)
ateameru of the above Oompani will
call at Honolulu on their way from Hong
kong and Yokohama to the above port on
or about the following date:
Btmr "GAELIC" February 10, 1895
Btmr"PEKU' Marcfi 29 1893
Btmr "GAELIC" April 28. 1W.
Stmr 'CHINA" May 20, 1893
Btmr 'COPTIC" Juno 17 1803
Btmr"OIT OF PEKING"
Stmr "BKLG1C" August 1805
btmr "CITY OF KIO de JaNEIKO"
September tl, 189S
6tnir"CHINA" October 0, 1806
Stmr "COPTIC" November 0, J895
Btmr "CITY OF PEKING"
December 0, 1893
Simr "COPTIC" January 15,1890
Btmr ' CHINA" February 21, 1800
RATES OP PASSAGE ABE AS FOLLOWS:
0 TOCO TO HOMO-
Cabin lco a 1175 ijU
Oatiil, round trip 4
mouths . ti tf.i tit
Cabin, round trip 11'
months ttu Mi lib va
European Steerage... W m l()ti 00
W Pnssengcra paying full fart will be
allowed 10 percent off return (sr- If return
ing within IwiMvA month.
IV tut hTtlghtund Pusi-uK apply to
H. 3ACKFELD & CO.,
At Walkiki on car line and on Palauia
Itoad near Fertilizing Plant. Theto Lots
are Very Cheap and Bold on easy terms.
Desirable Acre Tracts near the city aid
other Properties for Bale.
BUUCE WAKING & CO.,
Dealers in Lots and Lands.
1211-tf 603 Fort Street, near King.
METROPOLITAN MEAT GO,,
fpy 81 KING SI.
Wholesale aod Retail Butchers
- AND -
G, J. Wallkh. ! ? Manasrer.
Practical Gun Maker.
Will do any kind of Kopulrlng to Fire
arms, also Browning and Blueing. Satis
faction guaranteed. Union street, nearly
opposite No. 2 F.re Engine Station,
AT A nTTVNT Manufacturer of Fancy
. JAUUIiil, Wrought Iron Fences
for Burial Lots, Residences, Gardens, Bal
conies, eto. Union itreet, nearly opposite
Bell Tower. 1175-tf