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THfi M1LY btJLLfefiN, APRIL 25, 1895.
A COLD WATER PAINT
For INSIDE Work on . .
Factories and Public Buildings
It is a dry powder which can be
prepared for uso by simply stirring
In COLD WATER and can bo ny
alicd by anyone and will always pro
luce good work.
It is VERY WHITE, extremely ro
dectivo and hardens on a wall like
Uono nnd will tako any tint.
It will last for years, and is un
tflecled by gases.
One coat covers better than two
joats of oil paint or whitewash.
It can be used on any surface and
(or all classes of work, oven for the
It will not rub, scalo or crack, nor
vill it soften with ago or discolor.
It will not set in the mixing vessel,
In fact it improves by Btanding a few
It can bo used to good advantage
aver old whitewash without scraping.
IT DRIES OUT WHITE AFTER
It is cheaper than whitewash, dura
Is is supplied in barrels from 300
'o 400 lbs., also in boxes of 100, CO
tnd 25 pounds.
This is for OUTSIDE Work
Such as Fences, Outbuildings and
Laborer's Quarters. It is a thick
pasto to bo diluted with cold water;
ttands rain and exposure as well as
oil paint, and costs but a fraction as
much. It is lire-resisting as it con
tains no oil, and has no equal as a
light reflector in dark basements,
damp cellars and similar places. It
Is supplied in colors.
FOR SALE BY
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
ENItY H WILLIAMS AND KD-
ward A. William have this day dig-
. . .. .. r . .
wiveu me partnership naretniore exiting
Between them under the tlrm name of
Pioneer Furniture Company an well us of
Williams Urothers In the Furniture and
Undertaking Business In Honolulu, in the
(stand of Onliu.
Henry H. Williams retires from sll
drm and business and Kdward A. WIN
liams remains in said badness, having
formed a partnership therein with his
father, O. K. Williams.
The new tlrm consists of O K. Williams
nd E. A. Williams, and henceforth will
carry on said Furniture, and Undertaking
Business In said Honolulu, under the firm
name of O. K. Williams fc Son.
The new firm will collect all accounts
owing to the old firm and pay all liabilities
Dated March 30th. A. D 1895.
H. H. WILLIAMS,
ED. A. WILLIAMS,
1303-2W O. E. WILLIAMS.
Fort, near Hotel Sts.
Oiias. J, McCarthy, - Manager.
Popular Brands of Straight Goods
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Try the Great Appetizer Tna Bkownik
Cocktail a specialty with this resort.
depot or THK
Famous Wleland Lager Beer
G. E. SMITHIES,
Accountant, Collector and Copjist.
Office with CD. Chase, Safe Deposit Build
ing, -100 Fort Street. Telephone 184.
tw The Colleotlou of Government Bills
a specialty. 1276-tI
Wilder's Steamship Co.
0. L. WIGHT, Pres. B. B. KOBE, Bee.
Capt, J. A. KING, Port Bnpt.
Will leave Honolulu at 2 r. at., touching at
Lahalna, Maalaea Bar and Makena the
tame day; Mohukona. Kawalhaeand Lan
pahoehoe the following day arrlvlnv t
Hllo the same evening
Tuesday ....April 21 1
rrmay aiay a
Tuesday.... May 14
Tnesday June 4
Friday Juno 14
Tuesday June 25
riday July 6
Tuesday July 10
Tuesday auk. 0
Friday Aug. 10
Tuesday.... Auk. 27
Frlnay Sept. 0 I
Tuesday.... Sept. 17
Friday Sept. 27
Tuesday Oct. H
Friday Oct. 10
Tuesday Oct. 1ft)
Friday Nov. 8
Tuesday Nov. Ill
Friday Nov at
Tnfday Dec, 10
Friday Dn V0
Tuesday.... April SO
KruUv Mav in
Tuesday May 21
hriday May HI
Tuesday ....June II
Friday June 21
Tue-day July 2
Friday July 12
Tnesday July 23
Friday Aug. 2
Tuesday ....Aug. 13
Friday Aug. 2
Tuesday.... Pept. 3
Friday hent. 13
Tnesday.... Sept. 24
Friday va .
Tursday Oct. 15
Friday. Oct. 25
Tursday ....Nov. 6
Friday nov. 10
Friday Deo. fl
Tucufay ... Die. 17
Friday Dec. 27
Returning, will leave Hllo at 1 o'clock
r. M., touching at Laupahoeboe, Mahu
kona and Kawalhae same day; Makena,
Maalaea Bay and Lahnlna the following
day: arriving at Honolulu the afternoons
ol rusdajsaud Fridays
MT No Freight will he wntvMi fir
12 noon i.n iIav nf sailing
Will leave Honolulu rieMls nt ft r. .,
touching at Kabulul Hana, Uainoa and
Klpahulu, Maui. Itutnrnlng xrrtves a:
Honolulu Btuiday tnnrnlnRS
Will call at Nnu. KMip, on tecon.l trip
of each mouth.
Much of the Product Goes to France
for Blending Purposes.
Tko Russian vino-harvest during
tho last season gavo a total yield of
100,000,000 gallons of winoof various
qunlities, all of which was produced
in Europcau Russia, with tho excep
tion of 76,000 gallons from Turke
stan. The chief wine-growing
regions are tho Caucasus and Bes
sarabia. The Caucasian vinoyards
cover a total area of 230,000 acres,
and those of Bessarabia 154,000 acres.
The other principal wine-growing
districts aro the Crimea and the
Governments of Khron, Fodolia.
Yekaterinoslar, the Don country, and
Astrakhan; but for home consump
tion and local sale wine is raised in
nearly tho whole of tho southern
and tout law ostorn Oovernments. In
European Russia there are alto
gether about half a million acres
uudor wiutvoulturo. During recent
years Franco has become tho largest
foreign importer of Russian wines,
which she uses chiefly for blending
purposes.-tendon Daily News.
HIS MILK WAB BAPTIZED.
No Frelicht will br received after
4 r. k. on day of sailing.
This Company will reserves tho right to
make cbangts in tho tlmeof departuie and
arrival of Its steamers without notice and
It will not be responsible for any conse
quences arising therefrom.
Consignees must bo at tho Landings to
receive their Freight; this Company will
not hold Itself responsible for freight after
it has been landod.
Llvo Stock only at owner's risk.
This Company wilt not be responsible for
Money or valuables of passengers unless
placed In the care of Pursers.
Passengers art requested to purchase
tickets b-fore embarking. Those falling to
do so will be subject to an additional
chargo of twenty-live per com.
WH. 6. IRWIN 4 GO.
- OFFEK FOIt BALE -
A London Inspector Otvea tho Vender
A good story is related of a Lou
don milk vender, who had displayed
ou his cart a tin pinto sotting forth
that all the milk sold from "this es
tablishment" was guatanteed pure
as delivered nt tho dairy farm. An
inspector purchnod a pint for
analysis and informed the milkmau
of its destination. "All right," said
he, "thero'M its certificate of birth,"
and he tapped tho tiu plate compla
cently. "Perhaps may bo able to
send you its certificate of baptism
soon, answered tho inspector; aud
sure enough he did, in the shape of
a summons, which was subsequently
transformed into a $2." Hue for add
ing 15 percent of water. It is most
astonishing how naturally cow's
milk always takes to water in orory
civilized fount ry. That estimable
V. C. T. U. ought to feel very happy
, when it thinks of this see mi ugly uu
j happy condition of the matutinal
milkcan. Boston Herald,
ALEX. CB06S & BONB'
Cnisoreieo HLgn Grace cans Hanaro
We are also prepared to take orders for
Hmmmrm. . Ota.lca.ncll Oo
Insuring prompt delivery.
Tt.1.. Ik - ............ Uiiln. ikil .......
mw au.s m .uviiwt . .ill. viii uvir
sumlng leas pigment than Linseed Oil, aud
giving a lasting brllllanoy to colors,
used with drier It gives splaiirtifl floor
Ke fined Sugars, Salmon,
Pair bjut tumlng Co.'i Corned Bool
PAKAFFINE PAINT OO.'B
Compounds, Roofing & Payers,
tiid'i Piunt steam Pip Coitrint
JarboM' Diamond, Enauiol A Ever
Especially designed for Vacuum Pans.
Jose Do Espirito Santo,
Taro Patch & Ukulele Gnitars
Made of Hawaiian Wood.
180 Fort Stnet. Opposite Club Stables.
m: .A. J51. 1 1ST :ffi NEW S3
Thursday, April 25.
Ship Troop, Frltx, 71 days from Newcisllo,
10 days from
Hklnn Iiraganl, McNeill,
Stmr Llkeliko from Hawaii
Stmr James Makee from Kapaa
Btnir Kaala from Walanae
TiibnsnAY, April 23.
Bark Andrew Welch, Drew, for Ban Fran-
Stmr Jas Makee for Kapna at 4 p m
Stmr Kllauea Hon for ports on Hawaii at
10 a m
VobsoIh Lou vine To-morrow
Stmr Koala for Walanae at 8 a m
Cargoes from Inland Port
Stmr Knaln 250 hags rice.
Btmr Llkeliko H1I0 bags sugar.
Stmr Jas Makee 'J til bags sugar and SO
From Hnwall, per stmr Llkollke, April
From Kanal, per stmr .Tss Makee, April
1W Miss Stella Kcnako, J B Tregluan and
Tlin barkentlue Irmgsrd, McNeill uiastor,
arrived to-day in days from Junln, Chile,
with 4)74 bags nitrate for the Faolilo Pli s
pliate A Fertiliser Co., H. Uaukfeld .t Co.,
The HrltNli ship Troop, Frltr mastor, ar
rived to-day, 71 days from Newuust e, with
2270 tons Duckenlleld coal fur W. 0. Irwin
.V Co. Blie also brought 10 bag patent
manure for Tuco H. Davies it Co.
The Hawaiian bark And row Welch,
Drew muster, sailed to-doy for Ban Fran
cisco with a cargo of sugar shipped as fol
lows: .1177 bags, F. A. Schuefer t Co ; 1411
bugs, C. Urewer & Co ; 0301 huus, Thio. II.
Davies .t Co ; 13 851 bags, Cust'e it Cooke.
Domes lo vulue, Iso.'jy-iw.
Tho captain ( f the steamship Merrlman,
arrived at Havre from New Orleans ou
April 11, reports that ou the 4tb Inst, ho
put Ills chief olllcer and ten mm aboard
the British ship Arno, which had boon
abandoned at sea They will tako the
vesst 1 lo Liverpool, he says. The Arno's
rruw wure taken oil In a storm by the Ger
man steamship Normaniila
LAHAINA-In this city, April 25, at 7:30
a. in,, Mrs. Lahulua, of pneumonia,
need 40 years,
FuneVal will take nlarn from Ma.
iciKi resilience at o o ciouk to-morrow (Fri
DUItlNH MY AHSIJN'i: FKOM THK
Hawaiian Iland, Mr Waiter M.
Glll'unl will altond to and jiorfonn ilio
duties uf President and Maungor of the
tlrm of W. Q. Irwin it Co , L d.
WM (). I It WIN,
President nnd Manager Win. a. Irwin A
Honolulu, April 4, 1B03. 1300-2w
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
Steamers of. the above Line, running In connection with ik-
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
tttwri VKiienur. B. 0., aud Sydney, N. 8. W.. and oiilliiiir l Viouirm ih
Honohtln and Kuva lFIJt
A.tB3 DUHJ A.T KCOlSTOlUXwO
On or abmt the dates below stated, viz.t
From fsydnvy and ttuvn, for Vlctorm
and Vanconvnr, B. O.t
Rtmr"MIOWKIlA" May 2
8tmr"WAUHIM00" June 1
Btmr "MIOWEHA" July 1
From Victoria aud Vancouv,t,,M o
for fluvn nd flydney
8lmr"M10WBKA" May 24
rmr"WARKIMOO" Jnne ?4
Btmr "MIOWEKA" July 4
Thrnogh Tickets tnauird Iron Hnnolnto lo Canada, llnltad atatss and Bnropa
Sl(tHT AHII fAStncNOKB AUSKTK
I). McNICOLL, Montreal, Canada
For Freight and Passage mm nil
Orneral tnformatinn, apply to
S?.b1F,SP,1j w'SiKft -??.1?h i Theo. H. Davies & Co.. L'd.
G, MrL. liUOWN. Vancouver, B. i I Agent for the Hawaiian Itlandh
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Australian Mai! Servic
fti Saq FraneJixjo
I,,., shw nnd Fine At Btwl Hw-i,.i, ,
." MARIPOSA "
t)t Hit- Unuiilc Htesmslilp ('oiitin) will
bo iluh at Honolulu frnrn Hydnet inl Aurk
nd nn fir about
And will leave for the above port witn
Malls and Passengers on or aboiil tbaedate.
Por Sydnoy and AnciJaad .
The Hew and Fine Al Buel Bteamohip
Of t Oceanic Steamship Coiunnnj will
be due at Honolulu, from Ban Kranolaro,
on or alout
May 9 th.
Aud will have prompt desiiawb with
Malls and Passengers for the above port.
The dnderilgned are now prepared to tssae
THROUGH TICKBl'S 10 ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES
For farther uartloulan nuiitriinu
r reigni or rasaago apply to
WM. G. IRWIN CO., Ltd.,
1-91 Ocnaral Agent
Oceanic Steamship Go.
S. S. AUSTRALIA
Axrive Honolniti invh Houoiikj
from 8. K for B. F
April 8 April 13
May 3 Mav 8
May 7 Juno3
Jane at Jane Hi
July 15 July 2U
Aug.O Aug. 14
Sept 2 8ept 7
HepUSO Oct. 2
Oct. 21 Oct.2
Nov. IS Nuv.20
From Ban Franclsm. Krorn Bydney loi
for Sydney. Ban Francisco.
JtriM Honolulu Uave JTonolulu
ALAMKDA..May 0 MAKIPOBA, May 2
MAniPO8A..Juno0i AltAWA....Ma l
AHAWA July 4 I ALAMEDA.JuneU7
ALAMEDA. .Aug. 1 MAKIPOSA.July25
MAKIP08A.Ang.2-J AKAWA ...Allg.22
4-i'f WA;v85ut'20 ' ALAMEDA.8npt. 19
ALAMEDA.. Oct. 24 MAHIPOBA .Out. 17
General Business Agent
F. O. Box 4 1 X .
AT THE ANCHOR
O pater Cocktails I
Sauer Bruunen I
Straight and Mixed Drinks
Of All Kinds and Hflst Quality.
SonUiweit rinrasr King fe Knnauu It.
Pacific Mail S.S. Co.
i' r !
OccKtaiittf m Orieota) S. S Co,
fur ro&OOAKA aod HONOKUNQ
Bleauiprs of tlie above Uompauiru wlL
all at Honolulu on their way to tbo 8bi
ports on or about the following dates'
Stmr "COPTIC" April 80. lj
6tmr"0ITY UF PUKING' .......'...
Btmr "CITY OF PF-KING"........;.
t,."..V...A... Auiiust 10, 18
SJn,r KVT,10', September 19 lhyt
Stmr R,,J.,jSa."' 'ct..oer2! m ,
Btmr "COPTIC November 28 189f
Btmr "CITY OF PEKINU".. .......
December 2x, JHtx
tot SAN FRANCISCO.
BUawera of thi abovi- Comianje wlli
oali at Honolnlu on their way from Hong,
kong and Yokohama to the abovo port on .
or about the following dates :
2tn,r I'SAyjlT." Anrll 28. iwe
Btmr 'CHIN A" May 20. 1890
Btmr "COPTIC... . ....June 17 uw
Btmr "OPn OF PK KING"..,. .....
Stmr'-'BLGicy.'.ilAugust": 1809 '
Btmr "UITY OF KIO nc JajNKIHO"
c. "";.;;,'; ::,".:: September o, leoa
Stmr "CHINA" October 6 1806
Btmr ".OPTIC" Nc.veu.ber0 896
Btmr "CITY OF PEKING".....'...
u ".-A"m.v.. Decembers, 1800
Stmr'TOHTIO" January 16. lBou ..
Btmr "CHINA".. ....February $, 1890 S -
IITIS OF PASSAGE ABE AS FOLLOWS:
ro TOKO- TO Boas-
H'?u v "WW 1178 OC v
Cabin, round trip 4
months tu ot Ma as
Cabin, round trip IK
months. . msti H8 M .
Kuropean Steerage . us no too Ot
, j1; raoMKorii paying fall fae wiU b.
allowed 10 percent 08 return fr tf etnrn.
Ing within twelve month
W- For Freight and Paaaaicr. apply m
fi. HACKFELD k C0.f
At Walklki on car line and on Palami,
Iload near Fertllltlng Plant. These Lot'
are Very Cheap and Bold on easy terms.
Desirable Acre Tracts near the city and
other Properties for Sale.
IUtUOE WAKING & CO.,
Dealors ,n L01 "! Lands.
mt-tf 603 Fort Btreet. near King.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.,
Wholesale aud Retail Batchers
G. J. Wallfr. t Ifanaiwr.
California Fruit Market.
Corner King and Alskea Bib,
Dy Every Reamer from Ban
Fresh Fruit, Oysters'
Bslmon, Poultry, Etc., Kto.
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