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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH B, 1895.
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Silk and Cotton Dress Goods,
Silk, Limiii and Crape Shirts
- OK COMPLETE HTOl'K -Made
by Yaruatoya of.Yokiihaiim
' When vou are In need nf an ltif
ot Japanese Goods, give us nrt eat and
save going all around town.
SOS SToxt Btm, nai Cuatsm ZIoum
Real Estate aod Loans
Tlio enlargement of tlio LOAN Market
bo as to cover the want and necessities o(
the large number of honorable people who
are not owner of unincumbered ltcnl
Estate was one of the most necessary Inno
vations of recent years. To many It ling
meant relief from pressing claims at tlio
very time when most essential. When
properly and honorably conducted tills
business Is of equally great Importance
and raluo to tlio community as Building
and Loan Associations have proved them
selves to be.
m Hawaiian Iovestmeut Co,
Makes a specialty of Negotiating and Pro
curing Ijans for Borrowers who aro tin
nblo to dlKcount their Notes at the Banks
and who do not care to oblluato them
selves to some friend or acuualnUnco by
asking bis endorsements to tuelr Note.
This Company will make Loans upon
Household Furniture, i'ianos. Organs.
Horses, Mules, Wagons, Carriages and
Personal Property without removing the
Property from the Borrower's possession,
and all business will be conducted on a
UTBICTLY CONFIDENTIAL BABIS.
Tie Hawaiian laveilment Co.,
General Heal Estate Agents,
13 and 15 Kaahutranu Bluets,
(Nar Post Office)
Notary Public. Mutual Telephone 639.
Belt. Tel. 881. Mctoal Tkl. 07.
P. O. BOX 321.
128 A 130 FOKT 8TBEET '
IN ALL 1T8
Orders from the other Islands In
Bolldlna, Trimming, Painting, Etc., Etc.,
Promptly Attended to
W. W. WRIGHT, Prop.'
IBncresaor to O. Went.
IN THE CIHCUIT COUUT OF THE
First Circuit, Hawaiian Islands, In
Probate at (. hnmbers. In tho matter of
thn estate of Ah Hoy, minor. Order to
show caiifo on nppllcntlon of guardian to
sell wurd's rul estate. On reading and
tiling tho petition of Charles Lucas, the
guardian of tho property of said Ah Hoy,
minor praying for an order of i-alo of cer
tain real extote belonging to said ward, ho
lug ono undivided half of tlio pleeu of land
situate In Kalltil containing 28 HID sqnare
feet, and convoved to him and his mother,
Lulka, by deed recorded In tho Jteglstor
Olllce, In Liber 102, p 337, tho same being
a portion of land described In Itoyal Patent
2501), and netting forth certain legal reasons
wliy such reul estate should heboid., to wit:
for the jmrnoo of furnishing mpport for
thetald Ah Hoy. It Is bun by ordered,
that the next of kin of the suid ward and
nil persons Interested Iu tho bild estate,
appear before thU Court on FuIDAY, tho
loth dav of .March, A. D. JMVS, ot 10 n'clnuk
a. m , at tho Couit room of Ibis Court, iu
Honolulu, Oahu, then and tin re to show
catuo wii.v nn order should not bo granud
for the snlo of such mtatc.
Dated Honolulu, II I., Feb. 13, 103
By the Court:
BACK AQA?N TO WORK.
N". P1. BURGESS
Is again irepnrcl in rept r G'rdn Hino,
BprlnkletH, Watfl' Tap. et raw Filing
and all klint" of Th'i'h th-rp-ned, Irnhiil.
ln! !rIng Krlves nun bW-ors; Iwn
Moer M'erla t' : io 'l in Oih; in
fttftal kdiils i-f J iib'ti. wir cu ! '..r
and r-tur-ed lime m Wi MutiilTI-.
jihnne any tin r lefn- m llTUtf
BBa..r .'I .. XT
Wilder's Steamship Go.
0. U WIGHT, Frts. 8. B. KOBE, 8co.
CapLJ. A KINO, FurtSupt.
CLARKE, Commands t.
Will lore Honolulu at 2 r. n.. touching at
Lahalna, Maalaea Bay ami Makeua ib
ssnieday; Mahukonn. Eawalhaennd Lan
nihoehoe the .nllna-lni .lay arrWtnp al
lllln tko eaTO evening
LFAVIS HONOIUtU I AWUVE8 HONOLULU.
Krlday Mar. 8
Ttinoay ....Mar. 10
Friday... .Mar. 2m
Tuesday.... April i)
... Mir. 2-2
. Amit 12
.. May 3
. May 14
... Juno 4
, .. Juno 14
, June 25
,. ..mi. 0
... Aug. i0
. A tit!. 27
iriaay pm iu
Tuesday . .AttriliO
Krulnv.. . .Mnv ID
Tuesday. ...May 21
rriduy May 31
Tuesday ....June li
Friday ...Juno 21
Tuo-day.... July 2
Frldy July 12
Tuesday... July 23
Friday Aug. 2
Tuesday ....Auk. 13
Friday Aug. 2.;
Kiidav tent. 13
.. Sep.. 0
... Kept. 17
, ..Sept. 27
. ...Oct. ft
... Nov. ID
... Pic, JO
Tuesday.. .Sept. 24
Frblay Oc . 4
Tu.sdsy Oct. IS
Friday. Oct. 21
Tmsduy ....No. 6
Friday No. 10
Tuetday . , . .Nov. 2
Friday Dec. l
Tuesday ....Dtc. 17
Friday Dec. 27
Returning, will leave lillo at 1 o'clock
r. m., touching at Laupahoehoe. Mnbu
kona and Kawnihae same day; Makena,
Maalaea Bay on I l.abaina the following
day; arriving at Honolulu the afternoons
of TuosilajH and Fridays
r- No Freight will bi renal ved after
12 noon on dv of alllnir
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday a at i t. u..
' touching ot Kabiilnl Haua. liamoa and
tviiniiuiu, mnui. iciurning rriyrr ni
PaF No Freight will re rnlv ll-r
4 r. m. on any of sailing.
This Company will reserves tho right to
make cbanues in the time of departure and
arrival of Its nUomer wlthrui notloa and
It will not bo rcsoniblo lor any ensc-
1 quences arising therefrom.
Consignees must bo at the Landings to
I recclvo their Freight; this Company will
i not hold Itself responsible for freight after
It has been landed.
LIvo Btock only at owner's risk.
This Company will not be responsible for
1 Money or Valuables of passengers unless
placed In the care of Pursers.
Passengers art requested to purchase
tickets brfore embarking. Those fulling to
do so will be subject to an additional
charge of twenty-live per cent.
Win. 6. Irwin i A Co"
Wm. U. Irwin
i Clans BpreuktU
W. M. Gilford,
i Theo C. Porte
Prt-sMoul ana Munaxrr
Sicretury mid Treasurer
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Company',
OF BAN FUANU1BCO. UAL.
Fort, near Hotel Sts.
Ciiah. J, MoOahtiiv, Manager.
, Popnlar Brands of Straight Goods
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Try th Great Appetlter Tin Brownie
Cocktail a specialty with this retort.
pkpot or tiik
Famous "Wieland Lager Beer
8. I. 81IAW, Proprietor.
Cor. King and Nuuanu Street, Honolulu.
Choice Liquors and Fine Beer
BULL TELEPHONE 401.
HO YEN KER & CO..
41 Minunu Btri
Tinsmiths, Plumbinrj, F.tn.
"HOOKWUV 'i. n AKUWMIK
EDISON'S KINETOSCOPE 1
FOB 'I EN ( 0) UN 1 8 YOU OAN SEE
the (Irrotust Marvel of 8ci-tie,
TO-I)AY-"Tlie Boxing Cats."
r Subjects changed dally at Hatt
it Conn any's, Holol s'reet. Exhlb'tlon
hours: 0 a, m. to 0 r v. lWtf
Three Eatatca in Probate and Equity
Antonio Ferry, as now trustee of
the estate of John H. Wood, de
ceased, has filed a bond of $15,000
with Ceoil Brown as surety. He
succeeds A. S. Hartwell, resigned, as
co-trustee with Henry Waterhouso.
Bishop Willis has rendered his ac
count as guardian of tho Bolster
minora, showing receipts of $018 87 J
and expenditures of $GC9 50, leaving
a balauco duo the guardian of $20.
021. John T. Watorhouse, Henry
Watrhouo and William Water
house bring a bill in equity for in
structions, nominally against Mary
Rice, William Watorhouse Ditnond
and Henry Dimond, co-dovisees with
plaintiff under the will of the late
John Thomas Watorhouse. Thoro
is a great deal of property not de
vised by tho will and the plaintiffs
as executors want to know what
they shall do about rnid property.
They file an iuvoutory of mercan
tile stock and store fixtures at a
valuation of 5131,803 48.
Anthony Seabury, a Bulletin col
lector, cauuht a mongoose iu a Imp
i on Liliha, near Judd street, yester
day evening. It is young but as
fiorce as its kind grows, dartiug its
teeth savagely against the wire net
' ting of tho trap when anybody ap
, proaches. The animal is to bo kept
I at St. Louis College as one of the
live curiosities of tho institution.
Monday, March 4.
O A 8 R Minn oiii, Stott, from the Colonics
Tukhiiay, March S.
Stmr W Q Hall from Hawall'and Maul
Tuesday, Ma'ch fl.
O A S 8 Miowera, Stott, for Vancouver, at
11 a m
Hlilp Konllworth for New York at noon
Am schr Oceania Vano, Anderson, for
PortTownso d Wash
Htmr Claudlne for ports on Maul at fi p m
Btmr Pcle for Hanumanln at 12 in
From the Colonies per 6 S MIowera, Mar
4 Mr and Mrs Qovttt, Mr and Mrs Fish
lock, 1) Pattenon and 20 u transit.
For Victoria and Vancouver per 8 8 MIo
wera, March 6 M lis Nora L Brivgs, MIts
MA Carroll, 8 0 Wilder, Dr Jno brodio,
Mrs Bos Andiade, 8 Btovenson, J Han
sen, K F Btoddart. II E Uuflin, K Buck'ey,
O L Boss. W Stanley, O J Willis, F J Pain-
I ion, j a ii AicAipinc, !' lYirstein, K l' iler
non. E A Hegjr, O T Cnnlln, A F Hlda, 1)
A McDougali, W B Ellloit, K Prltchard
and M 0 Bailey.
For Kauai per stmr Mlkahala, Mar 1 A
I N Carter, Geo Da I-i Vergue. M Bellly,
I Minlam Calho, W 1, Wilcox, J L Kaultt!
kou, Mrs James Mclju-en, i Boyle, Judge
A (I M Hobcrtson, V L Stolz, A U Brodie.
f H Fain r, A lt-sa, Paul Neuunnn, and 45
For Kanal por stmr Keauhou, Mar I
, Franz llertelmann.
For Now York per shlii
i Ken lworth, Mur
Tho tteuiuer Pele lu't at noon to-day for
Tho scaling scho'iier Mascot got away
this forenoon for tho orih l'uclllu
The tern Oceania Vance, Anderson,
master, sailed to-day for Port Townsend,
Wash,, w lib 05 tons of ba last.
IhoburkC. D. Drjant brought a light
cargo this tr p from Ban Frunclsco. It
consisted mainly of hay and grain.
The whaling btrk Gayh-ad will leave for
the Arctic ocean some time to-morrow. In
the meantime sover.il ol tho crew have
been glvtii chore liberty.
The American four-masled Blilp Kcnll
worth, J O Baker master, was towed out
to-day b and for New York with 03,(112
bags of Bugar, weighing 7,0!7,52. pounds
(U"8 70 -1000 tons and valued ut flOJ.UM,
shipped by W. Q Irwin & Co. The cargo
is consigned to the Western 8ugar Henn
steamer timet able for 1805.
DUE AT HONOLULU.
Mlonera, " Colo'drs Mar. 4
A raw a, " Col nlo Mar 7
Marlpo'a, ' Han Frnnelsco .. Mar. 14
Australia Han rranclsui .. Mur. 18
MIoxera, " Vancouver. . Mar.2l
Peru. " Chl'aandJapsn .Mar. 29
WarrliiH'O, " Colonies Apr. 1
China " ShiiFmiicUcu . ..Apr. 2
Alaii'cdn, " Colon es Apr. 4
Australia, ' Han Francisco Apr. 8
Arawa, " San Francisco.... Apr. 11
Warrlmoo, " Vancouver Apr. 24
Gaelic, " China and Japan .Apr. 28
CopMc, " 8nn Francisco Apr 30
11KPAUT FBOM HONOLULU.
MIowera, " Vancouver Mar. 4
Arawn, ' Han Frarjci-co . ..Mr 7
Mn'losn, Colon n Mor.11
list alia, " hi Friniclsco ... .Mar. 20
M Ion era, ' Co oides t... Mur.21
Peru, ' r!ui Fr,t nl co.... Mur. v'J
Wnrilmoo, " Vanconvcr pr. 1
Oiilna J pan an I'lilim Apr. 2
Alumedi, " Sin Frinclcn Apr. 4
Australa, " 8 tn Francisco Apr. 13
Aruwn, Colonies Apr. 11
Wnrrliuon, " Coluiiits Apr 21
Gaijlic, " Ban Franclco. ...Air2i
Coptic, ' China and Japan... Apr. !J0
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
Steamers of the above Line, running In connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Itotween Vancouver. It O., and Sydney, N. 8. W.. anil rallltii! al Wtnrta. II t!
Honoluln and 8nvs FI)l.
.R.H3 DTJE3 A.T H03STOL XJ"L,tJ
On or abmt the dates below stated, viz :
trom dyuy aud Suva, for Victoria
and Vancouver, B. O.i
.. ..April 1
Tarongb Tickets lamtd from Honotntn
finoBT .nn rASHKHitsn audits t
D. McNICOLL, Montreal, Canada.
KOBRKT KERB, Winnipeg, Canada
at in OaMiiuii oau raaiiKiavxtt v-cti.
Q. MoL. BKOWN, Vancouver, B. 0.
M. M. hxkkm. ban Francisco, uai
Oceanic Steamship Go.
Australian Mai) Srvn;t.
Por San Pranclscn
rhr New aud Fine Al Bteel HtcHin-mi
Uf lUe Oceanic Bteamshlp Compaii) th
be due at Honolulu from Bvdney and Auck
land on or about
And will leave for the above pod with
Mails and Passengersonorabout thatriaut
For Sydney and Auckland :
Hie New and Fine Al 8tel Bteamsbit
Ut tii Oceanic HteamaUi i.uiujmi irtlJ
' on or About
' March 14 ih
And will have prompt aespmcii with
Malls and Passengers for the above porta.
The undersigned are now prepared to Ihuh
fHBOUGB TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN TUB DNITED STATES
tW For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. 0. IRWIN k CO., Ltd.,
i-M General Agtnu.
Oceanic Steamship Go.
S. S. AUSTRALIA
from B. V,
for H. F.
March 18 March 20
AprP 8 April 13
May 3 May 8
May 27 June 3
Juiio2l Juno 24
July 15 , Juiy2u
Aug. II Aug. 14
Sept 2 Bept 7
bept.30 Oct. 2
Oct. 21 Oct. 27
Nov. 15 Nov. 20
From Ban Franrlson
From Sydney to.
.June 0 I
.July 4 I
.Aug, 1 1
llCt. 24 I
General Business Agent
Writer, Colltctor and Copyist,
HOUSES - ANJ - HOOMS
Leasd and Bented,
A Thorough Know'wlpe of Town, Country
and V' pie,
rnoMISES SATISFACTION TO PATItONS.
VaV Oflico with A. P. Pet'rson. Kasha
ma nu street. 1207-lm
From Victoria and Vancutivt. h O.,
for Suva aud 8yduy
Btmr"MIOWKBA" March 24
Htmr1 WAKhtMOO" April 24
Bttnr"MIOWEKA" May 21
to Canada, Onited States tod Europe.
For Frelsbt and ParsaKf and all
General Information, apply to
Theo. H. Davies &c Co., L'd,
Agtnttfor the Jlauaiian Island.
Pacific Mail S.S. Go.
OocidKntai ant) Urieoiai S S Co.
For T0I0HAHA and B0N0K0N0.
Bteameri of the above Ooiuanlck will
call at Honolulu on their way to the above
ports on or about the following dates:
Btmr "CHINA" April 2. 1MW
8tmr "COPTIC" April 30, ISM
June t, ltltt
Btmr'MOPriC" July 10, 1803
Stmr' CITY OF PKKINQ"..........
Stmr "lOPTIO '....September 10, 1895
Stmr "CHINA" OcU-ber 21), 18i
8 mr "COPTIC" November 28, 1803
Bimr "CITY OF PEKING"
for SAN FRANCISCO
duamars of the above Companies will
tull at Honolulu on their way from Hong
ton and Yokohama to the above port on
or about the following dates!
Btmr"PEBU" March 29, If 95
Btmr'AEIJi"' April 28 1M
Sinir CHINA" May 20, 1898
Btmr COPTIC" June 17, 1805
Btnir"0m OF PEKING"
July 17, 1803
Btmr-BKLOIC" August f 1895
Btmr "CITY OF BIO UK JANKIBO"
September 0, 1695
Btmr "CHINA" .OctoberO 1896
Btmr "COPTIC" November 0,1895
Btmr "CITY OF PKKINO"
December fi, 1893
Stnir'-COHTIC" January 15 IB'W
Stn,r ' CHINA" February 24, 1898
IATIS or PASSAGE ARE AS FOLLOWS:
BAMA. 'u uona
(ono. (175 00
Cabin, round trip i
Cabin, round trip IS
Passeneera navliiir fnll lar alll ba
allowed 10 percent on return far if ratnrn
Ing within twelve months
For Freight and Pmsnsko appiy tu
H. HACKFELD CO.,
At Walklki on car line aud on Palama
Boad near FertillziiiR Plant. Tliete Lots
aro Very Cheap and Sold on easy terms.
Doslrablo Acre Tracts near the city and
other Properties for Sale,
BKUOE WABING & CO.,
Dealers In Lots and Lauds,
I21t-tf 603 Fort Street, near King.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.,
flff i. 33
Wholesale aod Retail Botchers
G. .7. Walmsr.
Phaotioal Gun Makkh.
Will do anv kind of Bopiirlng to Flro
arms, n!so Browning mid Blueing. Satis
faction guaranteed. Union site t, nearly
opposite Nn. 2 F re K glne Station.
A.T 4flTTF fV Msnufaotnrer of Fancy
. ,IAUUIin, Wronght Iron Fences
for Burial Lot, BesldenceB, Gardens, Bal
roniea etc. Union ttreet, nearly npioslte
Bell Tower. 1175-tf