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THE DAILY BULLETIN, APRIL C, 1895.
a cold mm PAINT
For INSIDE Work on . .
Factories and Public Buildings
It la a dry powder which can be
prepared for imo by simply stirring
in COLD WATER and enn bo up
plied by nnyono and will nlways pro
duco good work.
It is VERY WHITE, extremely ro
llcctivo and hardens on a wall like
etono and will tuko any tint.
It will lust -far ycure, and ia un
affected by gases.
Ono cout covers bettor limn two
71 Van lin I Vp 1 nil niiv . Irf iVn i...1 I
It can bo used on nn surface ami I
for all classes of work, even for tho
liucsl decorating. I
Tt iinll tirl tMil. cnuln nt irnnl nnn
ifiu iuw m rviuv j viiivi umi
will it K)ftoii with ago or diecolor.
II will not set in the mixing vessel,
in fact it improves by standing a few
It can bo ucd to gobd advantngo
over old whitewash without scraping.
IT DRIES OUT WHITE AFTER
It is cheaper than whitewash, dura-
Is is supplied in barrels from 300
to 100 lbs., also in boxes of 100. CO
and -U pounds. '
This i for OUTSIDE Work
Such n Fences, Outbuildings aud
Laborer's Quarters. It is 11 thick
postn to he diluted with cold water;'
stands rain and exposure as well as
oil paint, and costs but a fraction as
much. It is ilre-resisling bb it con
tains no oil, and has no equal us a
light reflector in dark basements, '
damp collars aud similar places. It
is supplied in colors. '
. FOK SALE MY ....
AfientH for the Hawaiian Island
HENRY ii WILLIAMH AND KD
srd A. Williams have this day dls
solved the-partnership heicUifore exhtlnc
between tlifin undur tho linn name of
l'loneer Furnlturn Company as well as of
WllllauiH Brothers In tho Furniture and
Undertaking Bnilncss in Honolulu, in the
Island ot Ouhu
Henry H. Williams retires from s-Id
llrm and bushiest Mid Kdnaid A. Wil
Hams remains in mild business, having
formed a partnership therein with his
father, C. K. Williams.
The new llrm cons'sts of C E. Williams
and E. A. Williams, and henceforth will
carry 011 suld Furniture and Undertaking
Busfness in said Honolulu, undur the llrm
name of J. j; Williams &. Bon.
The new llrm will collect all accounts
owing to the old firm and pay all liabilities .
Dated March 30th. A. D lh05. 1
II. H. WILLIAMS, I
KD. A. WILLIAMS,
1303-2W O. E. WILLIAMS. '
JUST UFCEIYEI) A LAIKIE ASSOHT
incut of Fruit Trees and Plants (which
ariruji vlow and for tale at my Salesrooms),
comprising In part ns follows: Satsumn
and Kuiiuiiiot Oranges, Olant Loipiot,
Kumnuot. Walnut l'luin Perslmuioii nnd
Chestnut Trees Magnolia, Hhododendrou,
Azallas, I)e(;oiilco3, Ho-cs, Ilex, etc., eta
Liwwls J. Levey,
1305 3t AUCTIONEER.
G. E. SMITHIES,
AccoDDtODt, Collector and Copyist,
Oflice with CD. Chase, Safo Deposit I?ul!d
lug, 4(XJ Fort Btroet. Telephone 184.
IMS- The Collection of Government Hills
a specialty. . 1273-tf
Valuable House Lots
3F03: Sale I
WE OFFEli BOME VKUY CHOICE
1-ots on tliB premises formerly
owtud by J. A. Hasslnger, Esq., located
betwoin Fensaola nnt 1'likol streets.
These Lots are of uniform a zn, 60x170,
which Is 08 lorg as most lorsons llko to
hTO the enro f The.soll Is very rich and
there are many well grown Krnlt and Or
namental Trees on all of tho Lots.
If yo j want a homo In a good, quiet, res
pectable and healthy neighborhood, take
one or morn of thse Lots, which wo ofTor
otrcasjnablo prices an! upon easy terms
as to pyinbnt.
lta. For particulars apply to
The Haw-Han Safe Deposit aoo loyest
4kOS Fort Streot-l?00-tf
Wilder's Steamship Go.
0. I WIGHT, Prts. H. HOSE, Sec.
c u j A KiNG VKttl St,pi.
Will leaTe Honolulu at 2 r. untouching at
Lahalna, Maalaca Bay and Makena the
same day; Mahuknna, Kawalhaeand l.au
paboeboe tho follow In? day srrlvlnir at
Hllo the saTO evening
1 Tcetdiiy ,
,. Jlay 3
, May It
Tuesta . .
Tucsduy . ,
. April 0
. .May 10
.. July 12
. July 23
. Aug. 2
. Juno 14
. Juno 25
Be pi. G
. Bt pU 17
.. Nov. 10
.. Dec, 10
.. D-o. SO
, .Oct, 21
N'n v. 2o
Frblay , .
Friday . .
Returning, w'll leave Hllo at 1 o'clock
r. m., touching at Laupahoehoe. Mahu- ,
kona and Kawalhse same day; Makena,
Maalaea Bay and Lahalna the following
day: arriving at Honolulu the ftftemoons
of TuosJnj s nnd Fridays
AW No Frelgut trill be reoeWeii after
12 noon on iiav m saiunir.
Will leave Honolulu Tuesdajs at 6 r. M.j
touching at Kahillnl Hana, Hamna and
Klpahulu, Maul. Returning rrives at
Hiiniimlii Hunday ninrullif.B
WHIcslI at Nnu Kup", on iwond t'lp
of earh month.
gW No Freight will be received after
4 r. m. on say of sailing.
This Company will reserves tho right to
make chanuts in tho time ot depart mu and
arrival of Its sUamcrs wlthmu notice and
It wit! not be responsible for uny 0 -me-qttences
Consignees must bo t the landings to
receive their Freight; th's Company will
not hold Itself responsible fur freight after
It Las bcon landed.
Llro Slock only at owner's risk.
This Company will not be responsible for
Money or Valuables of patsengers unless
placed In tho Tare of Fun-en.
l'ussengers are requested to purchase
tickets butore embarking. Those falling to
110 so win ue subject to an auuitiouni
charge of twenty-live per cent.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the Stockholders of tho Kaplolanl
l'ark Association, held on the 1st day of
April, A. D . lbltt, tho following gentlemen
ttoro elected torserve as olllcers for tho
ensuing year, viz s
...A. 6. Cleghorn,
W 0 Irwin,
110 IRD OK Dim.CTOBS:
A. S. U'ephorn,
W M. G.irurd,
T. S Douglas,
E. S. Cnnlin,
W. O Irwin,
T. It. Wa'k r,
C. B. Wilson.
W. M. OIFFAHD,
Secretory ICaplolanl l'ark Association.
HonoLlu, II. 1 , pril 1, lb'U. 1303-1 w
1. premises sltU" to on the
mstsl'loof the old Mk kl
iilavcround. foimerlv 01 on-
tiled bv A. Gunenlierc. Ksn 'Die bu Id.
tugs are modem and commodious and the
spacious grounds urn lld out In fruit and
ornamental trees, Kasy terms to n dt slr
bio tenant. For furiher particulars please
apply to J1UUCE OAUTWIHQH 1'.
FOR THE LEPER BAND.
Btereoptlcon Lectures by Captain
Cochrano, U. 8. K. O.
On Saturday ovoning next Captain
I Cochrano, commanding tho marino
1 corps of tho Philadelphia, will do
liver a locturo illustrated with Ian
i tern slides, for the purpose of rais
ing money to buy now instruments
for the Kalaupapa band. C. Hodo
mann will manipulate the atereopti
con. Admiral Biardslca has kindly
granted the services of tho Philadel
phia's band, and it is likely thero
will be musical contributions from
Professor Berger with s detachment
of tho Government band. Views in
foreign lands as well as in those isl
ands will bo displayed. Anothor
lecture of a similar kind and for tho
same object will be giveu by Captain
Cochrano on the Saturday ovuuiug
following. Tboro is not the least
doubt that thero will be large audi
ences on both occasions.
Wreck of a Buggy.
Chief Justice Judd and wife wero
calling on Judge Hartwell yester
day afternoon, and loft their horse
and buggy unsecured. The horso
started off slowly and brought tho
buggy into collision with a Chinese
wagon, thou. bolting to the side of
the road smashed a wheel against a
telephono polo. The horse camo to
i a standstill on encountering a tram-
! Tho Government band will givo a
I public concert at Emma Squnro this
afternoon commencing at -1:30. Fol
lowing is tho program:
Overture Frn DIavolo.
Dance Habeniera ,
Wattz-Lovo's Old Bwert Song
Mdley Pleasant Memories .
. . . Bej er
Saturdvy, April 0.
Stmr Iwalanl from Kanal
Btmr Mokotll from Molokal and I.anal
, ' BATUitnw, April .
1 Stmr LlkolIU for Hawaii at 12 m
Vessola Loavinp; Monday.
1 Am shlti T F Oaken. Iteod, for No v York
Stmr Kaala for Widanao, Mokulela, Ka
I liuku and I'unsluu at II a 111
Btmr Jui Mttkeo for Kapaa at 4 p 111
Stmr Iwalaul for Kauai at S p 111
Btmr Walmanalo for ports on this island
Btmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Cargoes from Island Forta.
Stmr lwaUnl S330 bags sugar, 173 bides, :
a iiuin iuuuw, iu iiuga ricu uuu -1 pKgs
From Kauai per stmr Iwalaul, Atirll (I
, A 0 McCartney and 5 deck.
Tho bitrkcntlnt Wrestler Is now under
, the Nlcaraguau Hag.
Tho John Kna is blading lumber at l'ort
Gamble, for l'ort 1'irle. (lood dispatch, at
' th-lumber mills there, is the rule. Tho
Etia Is g-ttlng extra good disiatch, how
, ever, (is the following tally for tbreo days
shows. 'J he amount, stowed ach day was:
l"il, lMlatid 223 M feet, respcodvely
STEAMER TIME TABLE FOR 1805.
DUE AT HONOLULU.
Australia, ' Han Franulsco Apr. 8
Araua, " San Franelsoi Apr. 11
Warrimoo, " Viincouver Apr. 21
Oaellc, " China nnd Japan. .Apr. 23
Cop'lo, " Han Francisco Apr 30
PEl'AItT FItOM HONOLULU.
Anstra la, " SnFrsnclhco Apr. 13
Aruwii, Coloulc Apr. 11
Warrimoo, " Colonle Apr. 21
Quelle, " Ban Frauclico, ...Apr. 26
Coptic, '' Chluaniid Japan. ..Apr. 30
EW CO'iTAQK ON
iurgo 1 01 nieeiy 10m out.
For Hale, some, Ferns, and
Haniiliig lluckets. Alsj Carriage linro.
12U1-IW It. 1. LILL'E.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
ROOMS AND UOAHD
for u few persons can be
had at llanlwal, 011 tho Wal
1 W. B. UAHTLWrT,
I 1175-tf Proprietor.
; IIO TEN KEE & CO.,
tl Nll'tr.l.ri (MllV
rinsmithft, ClmtibiiQQ. Ktc.
I'KOPKKItV and OI.ASHW A UK
JOB PRINTING VJoTS.Wfi
llui i.KfiN 1'uiu.isiubu Co . 1. 11. First-class
Coiuiuercial Work n Specialty. Esilmutos
given. Ordeis promptly executed.
. AtTVtaL lv
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
Steamers of the above Line, running In connection with the t
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, It. 0., and Sydney, N. B. W., and ralllmc at Victoria, B C,
Honolulu and Suva F(JI .
A.R.E3 DUB A.T HONOLULU
On or abut the dates below stated, viz t
Prom Sydney aud Suva, for Victoria
and Vancouvor. B. 0.:
Btmr"MIOWERA" May 2
Btmr"MIOWEUA" July 1
Tkrnagb Tickets Unas' from Honntala
'1(1(1 UT AND rAHSSHOBk AUINIft
m. MoNlOOLL, Montreal, Canada.
HOBBRT KRKR. Winnipeg, Canada
M. M. 8TKKN, Ban Francisco, Cal.
G. McL. BROWN, Vancouver, B. C.
Oceanic Steamship Go.
Australian Mail Servicr
For San Francisco .
t'tir New and Finn Al Bteel Bloainariii
" MARIPOSA "
01 the Uceanlo dtennishtp Jjiiimii) wilt
be dun at Honoluln from Rydnerand Anpl
'nnd (in or about
And will leave lor the above imri mill
Malls and I'assonKersonorabonl that date.
Por Sydney and Auckland :
ril Saw nnd Fill' A I btaal rllaHllikhll
Ul me uault' Bleauisntp Cumpauy will
be Une at Honolulu, from Hull pnnieiM'n
on 11' iImmii
And will nave prompt despuu'tj ariui
Malls and Passengers for the shove ports
The undersigned are now prvpnred to issue
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES
Knr flirthnp nArtlnnlar .aa.ltfiu
r raiKui or ransage apply xo
WM. Q. IRWIN A CO., Ltd..
i-uj Seaeral Aautii
Oceanic Steamship Go.
LOCAL . LINE
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arrive Honolulu .A-mro Honolulu
from 8. F for 8. F.s
April 8 April 13
May 3 Mav H
May 27 Jane 3
June 21 , J una 21
Jaly 15 Juiy 2d
Aug. 0 Aug. H
Bept 2 Bept 7
Hoot. 30 Oct. 2
Oct. 21 Ont. 27
Nov. 15 Nov. 2U
Froui Ban Frnncln'c From 8ydne lui
for Bydney. Ban Francisco
Arrive Honolulu Leave Honolulu
AHAWA....Apr. U I ALAMEDA. .Apr. 4
ALAMEDA.. May 0 MAKII'OSA. May 2
MAItIPOBA..JnneO I AltAWA....Mai l
AKAWA July 4 I ALAMEDA.Juut-27
ALAMKDA..Auy 1 MAUI POSA.July 25
MAItlPOSA.Aug.2a I AUAWA.. .Aug.22
AKAWA. ...Bopt.VO I ALAMEDA.8ept. 19
ALAMKDA..Oct 24 I MAUIPOHA .Ocr.17
General Business Agent
.F. O. Box 4 11.
yVT THE ANCHOR
Oyator Cocktails I
Bauer Brunneu I
Frodnrickaburg Bear I
Straight and Mixed Drinks
Of All Kinds and Best Quality.
Southwest tinnier King & Hnoano St.
From Victoria and Vancouver. A O.,
for Suva and Sydnoy:
8fmr' WAKtUMOO" April 24
8tmr"WARUlMOO" June 24
to Canada, flailed States sad Europe.
JM For Freight and Passage and all
lieneral Information, apply to
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd,
Agent for the Hawaiian hlandt.
Pacific Mail S.S. Co.
1 1 UI
Occidental and OrleDUlS.S. Co,
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG.
Bleaiueri of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the above
ports on or about the following dates
Stmr "COPTIC1' April 30, 1605
Btmr'TOITlO" July 10 18'JJ
Btiur "CITY OF PEKING",.........
. AusnstlO, 1895
Stmr Ol'TIO '....S.pltmber II), Ibtti
Sttur "CHINA' ..Kctoher SI 18.15
Sunr "COPTIC November 28 1895
Biinr "CITY OF PEKING"
December 2a, 1810
fui HAN FRANCISCO
Ulvatuern ol m above Comtiauies will
tall at Honolulu on their way from Hong
kong and Yokohama to the above port on
or about the following dates :
Bnir"GAKLW' April 28, 1KW
Simr CHINA" May 20, 1KB
Btmr COPTIC" June 17 1805.
Btnt'"0m OF PEKING"
July 17, 18
Btmr"HEl.GlC" August 0,1805
Btmr "uITY OF KIO dk JaNKIKO"
September 0, 1895
Stmr "CHINA" .October 0 1803
Stmr'-i OPTIC" November 0J895
Btmr "OlTY OF PEKING"
December 0, 1805
Simr-rOr-TlC" January 1ft I8i
Stmr' CHINA" February 24, 1800
BATES OF PASSAGE IBE IS FOLLOWS:
TAMA tlDO is
C0MO. 1175 00
Cabin, round trip t
months . .
Cabin, round trip IS
Passenaera oavlnii full ( vlll ha
allowed 10 percent offretnrn fare if return.
In within twelve moiitlis
tW Kur FrslKhl aud Passage appl) lu
H. HACKFELD k CO.,
At Walklki on car line and on I'alama
Itoad near Fertlllttng Plaut. These Lots
ero Very Cheap and Sold on easy terms.
Desirable Aero Tracts near tho city and
other Properties for Sale.
BHUCE WAKING & CO.,
Dealers In Lots and Lands,
1211-tf 603 Fort Street, near King.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,,
Wholesale aod Retail Botchers
G. J. WaLi.KR. Manntrer.
The Old Rel'able!
210 Montgomery Rt., Extending from
Pino 10 liu-li Sti , Hun Fran
RUSINES8 OKNrUF. OF THE CITY,
opvenlftnt to all Dank.. Insurance
t 111 's ond Plares of Aiiusnnunt Con
talnliK; 300 It'ioms. J. S. Younu Proprie
tor. TBHMH 1160, f.'OO. and $U0 per
day. Fiee Coach to and from noti'
2.0 lui'12 4t