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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 10,. 189G.
;' 1 lldor'B steamship Co.
W1U JtT Honolaln t 3 . m., tooohlcK t
Lafcte, MultM BT ndMkB.Ui
mm dTj Mthaions, lUwtibM ud Ua
ukeibM Um following day, arriving at
Hlio Ua iro evsnlnc
LXAVK8 HONOLULU. I ABB1TKA HONOLULU.
Friday . . .
, .Aug. 27
. .July 2
. July 12
. .Auk. 2H
. .Pept. 13
... Oct. 25
. .Not. 15
.. Deo. 6
.. Dec. Hi
'fUtarnlnff, will leve Hilo at 1 o'clock
r.' x., tooenine at Lmnpahoeho. Mahu-
tenia and Kowaihae same day; Makcoa,
- Maalaea Bay and Lahatnm the following
day; arriving at Honolulu the afternoons
of Tuesdays and Fridays.
Btp- No Freight will be recelTad alter
tt noon on day of sailing.
Will 1my Honolulu Tuesdays at 0 r. jc.
tanohlBg at Kahulul. Hana, Hamoa and
Xlpahttla, Maui. Betornlng arrives at
Bonolnln Bonday mornings.
Will call at Una, Kaupo, on second trip
of each month.
gar No Freight will be received attar
4 r. k. on day of sailing.
This Company will reserves the right to
make changes in the timeo! departure and
arrival of its steamers without notice and
it will not bo responsible for any oonso
qoences arising therefrom.
Consignees must bo at the Landings to
receive their Freight; this Oomtiany will
not hold itself responsible for freight alter
it has been landed.
Live Btock only at owner's risk.
This Company will not be responsible for
Honey or valuables of passengers unless
placed In the cars of Pursers.
. Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets bfore embarking. Those falling to
do so will be subject to an additional
charge of twenty.five per cent.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
'Arrive Honolulu Leavo Honolulu
July 15 I.July 20
Aug. 9 Aug. 14
Sept 2 Sopt.7
Sopt. 80 Oot.2
Oct. 21 Oot.27
Nov. 15 Nov.20
: THROUGH IIXE
From San Francisco From Sydnoy for
for Sydney. San Francisco.
Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Monowai. . .July 4 I Alameda. . .June 27
Alameda. ...Aug. 1 1 Moriposn., July 25
Mariposa. .Aug. 20 j Monowai. ..Aug. 22
Monowai. .Sept. 20 Alameda... Sept. 19
Alameda. ...Oct. 2-1 1 JUnnpoBa.. uct. 17
The well-known Itostaurant on Hotel St.
No. CO, (opposite the Pantheon Btables),
sorves meals in every ntyle, at nil hours of
the day. everything scrvod is first class.
YEE CHONQ CO.
June 0, 1895. 47-tf
Fort Street, old Mnsonio Building, next to
L. J. Levey's auction room.
Fine Good and a Goods Fit
J0T Cleaning und Repairing dune in
first class style. ' 47-tf
ASK YOUR GROCER
For PAtent Excellent Flock.
Highest grade Flour on tho rnarkot
Cost tho same as all other first-class
Tho famous JU. & W. (Earl &
Wilson) Collars and Uutla in lat
est shape: at Tracy's.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
Anv. week or month. Terms: 25
and 60 cents per night; $1, and
Oceanic mm Go.
$1 25 por week.
THE AUSTRALIA ARRIVES.
'ri'KailAY'N l'f,KI.T Ol' , INLAND
HTI'AniHIS MO Ol'T
llritin Alonlircni(t Iniiurr
Mala Tim Large! flailing Veneel
I.Kuiirhed Oilier Itrnia Today.
Duty day on Oceanic dock.
A murky sticky day alongshore
Lets were In demand this afternoon.
The Oriental liner Peking Is duo tomorrow
The lightning Kapaa express T)ilcli goes
to Keslta this afternoon Is being losded at the
3 tThe Kcaubou Is tsking one hundred and
twenty-rue tons ot coal to Walmca and hlceic
The steamer Iwalaiilfls still on the marine
railway alio will resume her rfaual route
the end o'f tho week.
The steamer jKlnau took a big passenger
list to Hawaii, and the Llkcllko was equally
well loaded for .Maul points.
Tim steamer Mlkahala sailed for Kauai
ports with her usual cargo of freight and n
full list of passengers every room taken and
cots don 11 besides.
Ihe scliooucr Volant sailed from San Fran,
clsco Juno 211th for IMS, the schooner Mar
Dodge for Kahulul and Fanulng's Island July
14th, and the schooner Robert Lowers for
this port July 0th.
The steamer Asloun will leave Tortlnnd,
Oregon, on or about August 1st for Yoko.
liama, vla-Ilonoluln. Tlieo HDavles&Ce are
the agents, to whom application should bo
made for freight and passage rates.
The steamship Australia was signaled at
three o'clock yesterday afternoon off Walma
nalo and docked at Oceanic wharf about halt
past Ave. 8I10 brings 34 cabin and 18 steer
age passengers and an average cargo. '
On Juno 8th there was launched at Gees
tcmunde, Germany, a steel five-masted sailing
vessel for Messrs F Lalcsz's (Hamburg) fleet.
She was christened the Potosl. Her carrying
capacity Is 0000 tons and she Is tbo largest
sailing vessel at present afloatHtlio French'
rive-masier, r- ranee, being of smaller dimen
sions. Complaints were numerous from inter-Island
voyagers today on account of tiie vast
clouds of dust from the csplanado which
made travelling to and from tho wharves ex
ceedingly disagreeable. It Is thought by
many that a sprinkler could bo s$nt along the
esplanade at leaBt once a week say Tuesday
to alleviate this nuisance.
The echo over Anna arrived In San Fran,
clsco, 27 dnjs from Kallulul on Juno S7tb,the
steamer Alameda from this port July 3rd, tho
brig J. 13. Sprockets 10 days from Kaiiului
July 3rd, the schooner Transit 10. days from
this port July 5th, and the bark Alden Dcssc,
24 days from this port July 0th. The ship
Charmer arrived In New York July 5th from
this port lu the quick trip of 09 days.
Monday, July 15.
8tmr Wa'maualo, Calnay, for Walalua.
Tuesdat, July 10.
8tmrKaala, Urown, for circuit of Oahu.
Stmr Kinau, Clarke, for Maul and Hawaii.
Stmr Keauhou, Thompson, for Kauai.
Stmr James Makce, Tcterson, for Kapaa.
Stmr Mlkahala, Haglund, for Kauai.
Stmr Llkcllkc, Wclsbarth, for Hawaii and
Bk Andrew Vclcb,Drcw, for San Francisco,
PASSENGERS ARRIVED. m
From San Francisco, per bktue Irmgard,
July 15--Mrs Lang, Miss Lang, Mrs Ira Low
ell, Miss Lowell, Mrs liutcrbougu, Mlssllutcr
bough, Mrs Nlssea and 2 children, O A
From San Francisco, per S S Australia, July
15 Miss M G Reckwlth. T H Benton, W E
Brown, C II Clapp, Miss M Cahlll, Miss M
Gallagher, Everett Griggs and lAfc, James
Horsburg, Jr, M nyman, T V King, W B
Henderson, Mrs W N Hannlgan, O L Emlay,
Miss Mary Lyman, J P Lytton, A Loulsson,
P Lisbman, Miss M McCrea, Geo II Pfltls,
Capt Gei '.V PIgman, U 8 N, I II Pierce and
wife, Miss Pierce, J C Ray, Mrs J A Saucedo,
Antolne Vlzzavona, E M Walsh, wife and 2
children, J J Williams, Mrs II L Shaw, A C
For Maul and Hawaii, per stmr Kluau
Volcano A C Holder, WR Henderson, Mrs
8 E Stlllman, Miss Tucker, J P Lytton Way
Ports F S Lyman and wile, Miss Turner,Mrs
8 Parker, Misses Ladd, Miss Bmlthlcs, Mrs
Rrlckwood, Chas Brlckwood, Harold Glllard,
Walter UliTard, M Grossman, J E Grossman,'
Geo Irvine, A Alnsleo, C Btoeckle, Miss Amy
Alo, Miss Peters, Miss 8 P Brown, J B Cas'tlo
and son, Miss J M Pope, Miss K Pope, Mrs
Rlckni'd, Miss Albright, Miss Glllam, Mary
Pllkol, Mrs Sam'l Nowlcln, Master Nowleln,
Miss Cooke, Lisa Hutchinson, Miss Aklna, E
Weight, T E Wall, W P Boyd, Mrs Brown,
Mis Bmlthlcs, Sam Smithies, Miss Bcckloy,
Miss Davidson, Bro Henry, Bro Ignatius, Bro
Charles, Miss O Low, Miss Rumbel, Master
Hughes, Mrs Rycrott and cbildrcn,Mrs Smith,
Mrs Necdham, Miss Needham, 8 Woods, J W
Mason, S 8 Peck, 8 Parker, R Bickncll, Miss
Terres, Miss Haps!, Mrs Geo Becklcy and
children, Bishop Willis, Bro Albert, Brp
Michael, W Whlto and daughter, Misses Leo,
Master Lee,' Misses Ens, Misses Dowsett, A
For Maul and Hawaii, per stmr Likcllke
Mrs C M V Foster, Miss King, F L Btdltz and
ir... ll.f.lniU. fro! Alexsmlcr Mrs Alex-
auder, (.' II Allierlnn. John Beabtiry, Ilro
Per tlatiillm Ilro Edward, Ilro Felix, Mrt
Acliumr, II t Austin, Miss Moore, Mary ila
Itiitl. nl. Mis C P Green, 11 V Baldwin,.! K
Handera and child, BroThoinss.Bro Matthias
V Koelllng and family, Isaac Ilakuolc, J M
Don sett and family, Miss Morris, W A Wil
der, MlM tlcckwltb.
For Kauai, per stmr Mlkahala Miss Green,
Miss Gandal, tho Misses Chrlstlan,Mlss Foun
tain, Miss Hart, A F Judd, Jr, Ed Knudscn,
Mrs Knudscn, A Robinson, Miss Wlihard,
Miss Llshman, Slstcf Beatrice, Miss Kanoa,
James R Judd, Allen WMmld, Sophy Beer
man, F (lay, E E Damon, Mr Twombly, Miss
Mossman, MIssCoekctt.MlssKual, M Brasch,
Miss Joseph, Mr Ulukou, Mrs Bryant, Miss
Klnaa, Dr Walters, Miss Mltamura.
For Kauai, per stmr Keauhou Jss Cowan,
Per Kattallanl 000 bags rice, etc.
Per Kllauea Hou 2570 bags sugar, 55 head
cattle, 25 pkgs hides.
(fVom V. S. Journal ifltd(Me.)
Prof. W.n.Pcke,who mskes a specialty of Epilepsy,
bus n Ithont doubt treated and cured more cases than
any IWlna Physician ; his success lsastonlihlng. Wo
He publlshcsavalnablework on this dliesso which bo
sonds with a Urge bottls of his absolote can, free to
any sufferer who msy send their P.O. and Express ad
dress. We advlso anyone wiihlnga cure to addruii,
Prof. W. H. PEEKK, F. D i Cedar SU, New Vorlc
The SINGER Received
54 First Awards for Sewing Ma
chines and Embroidery Work
at tho World'B Fair, Chicago, 111.,
being tho largest number of award,
obtained by any Exhibitor, nnd
more than double tho nambor
given to all other 'Sewing Ma
chines " B. Berqebson,
ray3l tf Bothel'st., Honolulu.
Horizontal Slldo Valve En
gine rnado by Honolulu Iron
Works Co. in 1885. Bore of
Cylinder 13": Lenth of Stroke
40": Crank Shaft on loft of
Cylinder:' Hand Reversing Gear.
Dinmotor of Fly-wheel 14ft.: Sizo
of Engine Bed.3 feet wide x 20ft.
For further particulars apply to
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
J. J. Sullivan,
Honolulu, H. I.
Sullivan & Buckley, Mon'g'rs.
FINEST EQUIPPED CARRIAGES
in the City, with Competent and Care
ESTTourists nnd others desirous of view
ing the most desirable points of inter
est in and about the City will do
woll to secure ono ot our
GENTLE SADDLE nORSES,
For Ladies or Gentlemen, always on
Stand at the Pantheon Stables,
Corner of Fort and Hotel Strcots.
Hnw'n Hotel Stables, 82.
Pantheon Stables, 84.
i-tt Fashion Stables, 148.
SELL A BICYCLE
ARE TWO DIFFERENT TIIINGB.
Olovoland Bicycles soil ono prico
to everybody, no reduction.
If you want ono on tbo instal
ment plan , you can get it by pay
ing a little mora.
Olovoland's simply lend.
H. E. WALKER,
Merchant Stroot. 32-1'm
Btcamora of tho nbovo Lino runtiing in connccttou with tho
CANADIAN PACIITIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, B. O., nnd Sydney, N. S. W., nnd calling nt Victoria, llj O...
Honolnlu nnd Suva (Fiji),
-A-IRE DUE -A-O? HOnSTOIj'CrijTJ"
On or about tbo dates below stated, viz.:
From Sydney nnd Huva, for Victoria nml
Vnnoouvcr, II. C.i
Stmr "Warrimoo" August 1
Stmr "Miowora" ' 31
Stmr "Wnrrimoo" Octobo 2
Through Ticket 1hhiic1 from Honolulu to Canada,
United States mid Europe.
FltEICIHT AKD PASSENOEn AOENTS:
D.-JroNicor.ii, Montreal, Cnnnda.
ItoDEitT Kehr, Winnipeg, Oanada.
M. M. Steiin, San Francisco, Oal.
O. MoL. BnowN, Vancouvor, B. O.
Australian Mail Service.
Por' San Francisco:
Tbo New and Fino Al Steel Steamship
Of tbo Oceanio Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from Sydney and
Auokland on or about
And will leavo for tlio above
Mails and Passengers on or
For Sydney and Auckland:
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of tho Oceanio Steamship Company will
bo due at Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
And will bav prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for tho above ports.
Tho undersigned are now prepared
Through Tickets to All Points
in tho United States.
CSfFor further particulars regarding
Froight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
l'tf General Agents.
Regan Vapor & Pacific Gas
& Laiuidies !
THE BEST IN THE MAEKET.
They cannot bo surpassed for motive
-SEND FOR CATALOGUER
Solo Agent, Nuuanu Street.
To 8r.QCAU, Sir: 1 feci It my duty to
use 01 your uemciucs, Duquau'8 uure auu im.
Binco iwk du ince 10a,. j. nave speui an 1
I came to you In April nnablo to walk without
fearful; I was treated by j ou In presence of
Oceanic mm Go.
tluucd the use of your remedies using ouly four bottles of OU and two of the Cure, and now
not only am I cured of the Rheumatism, but my limbs have become stronger, It Is now near
ly three months slnco receiving your treatment, and I feel allrlght. I was unable to work for
$ year (18 months) before comhig to you, and I have now been at work for overlive weeks
past. I cannot find words to suUlclcntly thank you for tho good your visit hero has done
me. I am jours gratefulyl, L. BEIOKE, Blacksmith.
HOBRON DRUG COMPANY,
Exclusive and Sole Agents.
From Victoria nnd Vancouver, II. O., to
Suva and Hydneyi
Stmr "Miowora" July at
Stmr "Wnrrimoo" August 24
Stmr "Miowora" Sept. at
t3T For Freight nnd Possngo nnd all
Qcneral Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'&
Atronts for the Hawaiian Islands.
Occiflental & Oriental Steamship Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG:
Steamers of the nbovo Companies will
call at Honolulu ou their way to tho
above ports on of1 about the following
dates: Stmr Coptic :. . . . July 10, 1895
Stmr City of Peking. . . Aug. 10, 1895
Stmr Coptio Sopt. 19, 1895
Stmr China Oct. 29, 1895
Stmr Coptio Nov. 28, 1895
Stmr City of Peking Dec. 28, 1895
For SAN FBAN0ISC0:
Steamers of tho above Companies will,
call at Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong nnd Yokohama to tho above
port on or nbout tho following dates:
Stmr Coptio Juno 17, 1895
Stmr City of Peking. . . July 17, 1895
Stmr Bolgio Aug. 9, 1895'
Stmr City of Rio de Janeiro
Stmr China. October 6, 1895
Stmr Coptio Nov. 0, 1895
Stmr City of Peking. . . . Deo. 6, 1895
Stmr Coptio Jan. 15, 189G
Stmr China Feb. 24, 1890
Rates of Passage are as follows:
TO TOKO- TO nONO
Cabin 8150.00 $175.00
Cabin, round trip, 4
months 225.00 262.50
Cabin, round trip, 12
months 2G2.50 816.25
European Steerage .... 85.00 100.00
J5F-Pa8sengers paying full faro will be
nllowed 10 percent off return faro if re
turning within twelve months.
C5?For Freight and Passngo apply to
.H. HACKFELD & CO.,
l-tf . Agents.
CoBsoliiatei Sofia Water Co,, LI
Corner Allen & Fort Sts., Honolulu.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Inform you of tho benefit 1 bad derived from the
1 nave uccn iroumeu wuu .iiucumausm ever
could earn in trying to
lire mveclf but tailed.
t tlio aid nl sticks Tlio rmlna m mv Iriri
the aid of sticks
he pains In my legs being-
several witnesses and received great llef. I coa
Pacific Mail Stsaili; Co..
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