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KVlOMNU JlOIiLlSTIN. AUOUBT C, 1801.
WATSON AND ItlTIIET ODT.
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Willi mini: siiiaii.
Tlir NlrHliirr Muliiilll l.rnteia fnr lir
Muni Oliiti'iui'Ml oft ..Nii) Vc
al-llriiit (liilhcrrtl 't.iuiliurr.
Tlie toliomii-r Mnrjr Dndfe left Kulmliil
Wednrilj,Jul SI, (or latitititt li1mnl
Tlicslrsincr WaUtetle ukM tlio lUiimKun
route t noun tomorrow
Tlic tcmrr lunlnnl It titiilcnrnlnp rcjili
t 1'acllic Mall ul.nrf.
Tlie Knlla lurnl ltrnrr Mikrv took tome
n-liol mxrinf to Knpa llil aftcriinon.
1 lie Mrnmcr MiMiIiMa tnki-n her iltiinl .'n
wlllwlll route tomorrow afternoon.
Tlio ill.ongujcil tonnngc At Snn rrinckro
on Jut; "iJtli t 13, 1'.'O, njtnlnst T8,TiW In
TUe schooner ( V Watson left for l'u;ej
Bound jcMenlny morning In ballast tn loml
Tlio liark It 1' Httlict tailed for Snn Frniiei.
co ycatcrday wltli a cargo of sngnr unit llu
Krclglit rates nrr reduced bolueen 8an Fran
cisco and I'ortlnntl to ?1 per ton owing to op
position. Tlic steamer Kllmica llou went on tlie
marine railway tlilt inorulni; for n general
Tlie steamer MoKolU brought thirteen leper
miepccU from Maul on Saturday for the re
ceiving station at Knllhl.
Tlie steamer Kuanhou Is loading I.llnie
machinery nt UceRiilc dock nnd will probably
leare tor that plantation tomorrow morning.
Tlie steamer I.lhcllUc from Maul nnd Paau
hau came In yesterday morning early with a
cargo oCsut;ur and live stoek and 3S cabin
The steamer Knunl took about 300 tons of
coal to Makautll plantation this afternoon
with tho good old Sahatlonlst, Captain
Smythe, In command.
The American bark Aldcn Bcssc, formerly
a regular visitor at litis port, has been charter
ed by the Alaska Improvement Company to
tale cannery supplies to Karluk.
Tho latest movements of U 3 Navy vessels
best known In Honolulu are as follows: The
Yorktown, Comdr Kolijcr, left Nagasaki July
10 for Shanghai, tho San Francisco, Captain
8hepard,li'ft Croustadt July 11 for Stockholm!
the Philadelphia, Capt Cotton, Is at San Fran
cisco; tho Mohican, Comdr Mullan, left Ever
ett, Fuget Sound, for Seattle July 10, fiora
thence to go to San Francisco, and the Cher
leston, Capt Co HI n, Is at Nagasaki, Japan.
SUNDAY, Aug 4.
Stmr Llkellke, Welnbarth, from Maul and
Stmr Mikahala, Freeman, from Kauai.
Slmr Wolalenli', Gregory, from Ilamakua.
8l7.NDAr, Aug 4.
Haw bk It I nithct, Moulson, for San
AmtcinG W Watson, Frldburg, for I'ort
Monday, Aug 5.
Stmr Kaala, Dronn, for circuit of Oahu.
Stmr Kauai, Smythe, for Muknuell, Kauai.
8tmr Mokolll, McGregor, for Molokal and
Am schr Mary Dodge, from Kahulul for
Fanning'! Island, July 31.
8tmr Kaala, Brown, for a circuit of Oahu,
Monday, Aug 5, at '.) a in.
Stmr Kauai, Smythe.for MakaweU.Monday,
Aug 5, at 4 p m
Stmr Mokolii, for Molokal nnd I.anal, Mon
day, Aug 5, nt 5 pin.
Am bk Forest Queen, Dyreborg, for San
Francisco from Kahulul, Wednesday, Aug 7.
Stmr Mikahala, Freeman, for Kauai, Tues
day, AngG, at 5 p. m.
Stmr Wulalcale, Gregory, for l.almltia,
Kukulhaele and llonokaa, TucBday, Aug 0,
at 4 pm.
From Honttkna, Hawaii, por Walalcale
R Catton, W II Paul nnd 13 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Aug 4
J A Palmer nnd wife, (1 L l'okrauz, wife and
child, Iter II lsenborg.Mlsscs ltlcharcU, Green,
Durslnhor, Lurupmn, II A Isenberg, O Uol
tc, F l.olir, Mrs l.uwul and 51 deck.
From Maul and Hawaii, per stmr Llkellke,
Aug 4 G 1 Wilder nnd wife, Miss Kimball,
C J Falk, Misses Judd (2), J J Drummond,
Jas llakuolo, I) Kahoonal and wife. Miss Ka
boopal, J K Iobcpn nnd w Ife, Mrs Ka'nooknno
and child, C Aim, M 0 Corren nnd who, Mrs
Vf A McKay, llov I) P Illinle, C U Wells.Ilros
James, Phillip and F.duard, Miss 11 1'oiiiucll,
Miss K Cornv "11, 11 Zclgermeler, Mhi Esther
l'lhi, D II Kahaulello, .Miss Zclgler, Miss
Smith, Miss Leonard, E II Pleper, Sam Now
lein, W A Baldwin, II 7. Austin and wlle.MIss
Sadie Carter, II C Caiter, Miss Kosewurno
and Bl deck.
For Kauai, per stmr Kauai Miss Sorensou,
For Kauai, per stmr James Makec Mlts
Leonard, MUs Smith, MI Zelglcr.
For San Fruticltco, per hark It P Rlthct,
Aug4 Itev II Hownid, wife and child, Mrs
W T Woods and child.
Ex Walalcale 1233 hags sugar.
Ex Mikahala l!lil7 bagb sugnr, 0 bdls hides
and 48 pkgs sundries.
Ex Llkellke 3352 bags sugar, 211 bags po
tatoes, .Y ba;;s corn, 00 head cattle, 3 head
horses, 17 head hogs, 140 bdls hides, 75 pkgs
THE KAMEIIAMEIIAS WIN,
sv'ttninAvi ham. nnr, wstt
rlir Ileal llmiio tl Hip Nraanu VIIHrtt
nt by a hnmll Alldlonre-Holts
ol llm (laiiift
Six lo four in fnvor of Iho Kn
uiolntiiiolma wna tlie roHtilt of Sut
iirtluy's (j.tmo, whioh wna tlio boal
of tlio HOiics. Tho Knmo wns
tnitrkod by tlio nbsenco of honvy
bitttiiiR anil ?coil fielding. Not u
tlirro bnso hit wns struok in tho
g.imo mill only ft few doubles. Fol
lowing in tho record of tho gnmo
Ktuns 1st Pahnu went out at
firBt on n drivo to first. Crowoll
flow out to shortstop. Koki got
to first by ft scratch, Smith finw
out to right Hold.
Unknowns 1st Willis was put
out nt first; Duncan nlso. Geo.
Woods went out on a high ily to
Knins 2d Lemon got to first o"
a muff to third, Kuanoi got first
nnd Lemon third on a drivo to
right fiold. Bridges got his first
nnd Lotnon scored.
Ahia got in a two-bnggor nnd
Kniiuoi scored, Ennewnnui got to
first. Pahau struck a fly to cen
ter whioh was missed und Ahia
and Kanewanui oame in. Crowoll
got his first but Ahia went out at
tho home plato. Koki wns put
out at first.
Unkuowns 2d Pryco hit a drito
I lo third and came homo on an
overthrow to first. Aiwohi flew
out to socond. W. Woods flew
out to right fiold, Olarko mado his
first on a snfo hit to center fipld,
Espiuda took bis base on a strtiok
ball whioh catcher missed and
Clark came in. Espinda scored
on another passed ball and
Thompson went out on a fly to
Kams 3d Kaanoi went out at
first on a erouudor to pitohor,
Bridges did tho same, Ahia was
put out at first.
Unknowns 3d Willis got first
on a safe drivo to left field and
wont out in trying to get second.
Duncan got his first on a fly to
right field, Georgo Woods was
put out at first and Duncan c&rno
in on a passed ball. Pryco was
put out at firBt on a groundor to
Kams 4th Kanewanui was
struck out, Pahau went out on a
ily to W. Woods, Crowell got to
first ,Koki got second and Orowell
scored. Smith flew out to left
Unknowns 4th Aiwohi failed
to reach first, W. Woods couldn't
got there either, Clarko hit a
grounder to shortstop and tho
bull got to firBt ahead of him.
Kams Gth Lemon wont out on
a foul tip to catchor, Kaunoi flew
out at right field, Bridges took
his baso uftor beiug struck on the
head by the ball and was put out
trying to stonl socoud.
'Unknowns 5th Espinda funned
out, Thompson failed to reuoh
first, Willis hit a foul fly to third
which was muffed and then went
out nt first.
Kams Gth Ahia was put out
at first, Kanewanui flew out to
third. Pahau failed to raoh
Unknowns Cth Duncan, Goo.
Woods and Pryce were put out ut
first in ono, two, three order.
Kams 7th Crowoll was put out
at first. Koki got a two bagger
to right fiold, Smith flow out to
shoit stop, Lomon was put out at
second but Koki soored first.
Unknowns 7th Aiwohi wont
out on a drive to first, V Woods
flow out to left fifld, Clarke saved
his first by a mufi, Espinda was
Kams 8th Kaanoi was put out
at first. Bridges made first on a
drive to right field, Ahia flew out
to left field nnd Kaunoi was put
out at socond.
Unknowus 8th Thompson
mado a drivo to Bhort stop and
went out nt first, Willis hit to
pitcher nnd wub put out at first,
Dunoan cot his first by n scratch
nnd stole second, Georgo Woods
flow out to first.
KamB 9th Kanewanui was
struck by pitober and took first
and stolo second on tho first ball,
Pahau was put out at first, Cro
woll Hew mil lo Thompson, Koki
flew nitl ti) Thompson.
Unknown Dili -1'ryoowonl out
on n high Ily lo nmlor flflil. Ai
wohi flew mil lo loft fiold, W
Woods wan cmighl out on n foul
Score - KiwnohnniehnB 0, Un
i'itori:cT voitii iiuimhnui.
I'rerleaa Preset vIiib INilnl a )ur
I'revrnllrr or llrcnr
Els-whoro in thin paper tho
Porlo.B Preserving Paint Co.
prcsont sotno important fncts
about tho nrtiolo designated in
their nitmo It in doubtful if nny
now article ever ostublished itB
litto to all that is olnimod for it
so rapidly ns tho Poerlcss Pro
Borving Paint has dono since its
introduction horo. Tho company
havo a long list of roforoncos, in
cluding many of tho most pro
niiuont rosidonts. Lntoly Mr.
Wnl ton tlminnnniror sunerintondoti
tho painting of the oxtensivo
millllingH IW1U piguutm nmuiko-
stneks of the Wnianue plantation.
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tlO also nppuuu uiu ircnui vuiivii
to ton milos of tho stool rails of
the Wuianao extension of tho
Oahu railway to protect tho motal
from the oorrosivo notion of tho
ocenu's atmosphere. Tho writer
lntoly witnessed a romarkable
test of tho paint in tho company's
office. A sheet of tin covered
with the paint was bent in Mr.
Wnlton'B hands forward and
backward dozons of timos, but not
until tho motal itself gavo way
was there a craok or even a wrinkle
in the paint. During tho period,
long or short, that tho company
guarantee a particular roof, ns
stated in their ndvortisemont.thoy
maintain ft regular inspec
tion. Boforo applying thoir
paint thoy clean the roof
with steel brusbts, and if
a shingle is found loose it is
marked for fastening down before
painting. Owners of buildings
will offeet a big stroke of 'econo
my by employing this certain and
durable preservative. Thoso who
bave already dono so are more
than satisfied. It must prove a
groat boon to plantations whose
buildings aro exposed to salt
water breezes. Mr. Walton is
going to mane a tour of the otbor
islands, beginning with Maui this
wtrtk. Thero is little doubt that
he will do a thriving business.
Tho pnint is manufactured by tho
company in Honolulu, the recipe
and all rights hnving been bought
by Messrs. Abies and Walton.
Tho now "Soiontifio Suspend
ors."to wear thorn is to liko them.
Got a pair from Molnemy.
Tho well-known llcstnurnnt on Hotel St.
No. GO, (opposite tho l'untucou Stables),
KcrvcH luealu in every style, nt all hours of
the day. Everything served is first class.
7-tf YEE CIIONG CO.
IN tho Circuit Court of tho First Circuit.
I J'nwniian IslniuK In Bankruptcy. In
tho matter ofthe Bankruptcy of II. Zerbeor
Honolulu Creditors ofthe said Hankrupty
are hcieby uotltlcd to come in and prvo their
debts before tho Circuit Court of tho First
Circuit at riismbers, at Honolulu on Mon
day the fith day of August, 1895, between the
hours of ten o'clock In the forenoon and noon
of the said day, and elect an Assignee or
Assignee' of the 6ld Bankrupt's Estate.
Ity tho Court.
0 M t s r'rk.
"H. G. B1ART.
FINK WATCH REPAIRING.
Island Jewelry mado to order,
Souvenir Spoons, Gold wire
I3V Island ordors solicited.
P. O. B. x8G5;ntO. Gertz's store.
Fort Streot. 62-tf
PORTLAND TO JAPAN,
On o about AUGUST 8th., tho Al
Will leave Honolulu for i'okouama. For
passage and froight rated apply to
Theo. H.Davies,& Co. Ltd.
Mwmern of tlio itlxivo Lino rtninliitf lu nuiiiecllon with tlio
CANADIAN PACIFIC HAIL WAY
llclwi'cu Vancouver, II. O., nmt Hyilucy, N. H. W., ntnl calllnu; nl Victoria. 1! (1
Honolulu atid Huva (Fiji), ' ' u"
On or about tbo ilaloa bolow stated, vl&:
Frnm Byilnpy anil Huvn, for Vlrtnrln nmt
Vnlirourr. II. V.I "'
Htmr "Miowora" " 31
Hiiur "Warrimoo" Octolio 2
Tliroti(rh Tickets IhhiiciI from Honolulu to Caniuln,
United States nml Kuropc.
FlIRinilT AND rABSENOKH AOENTMi
D. MoNicoli,, Montreal, Canada.
ltoiiEitT Keiiii, WinnipcR, Canada.
M. M. Htkiin, San FranciRCO, Cal.
Q. MoL. UnowK, Vancouver, 13. C.
For San Francisco:
Tlie New aud Fine Al Steel Steamsliip
Of tho Oceanic Steamsliip Company will
bo due at Honolulu from Sydney and
Auckland on or about
And will leavo for the above port with
Moils and Faasongors on or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho Now and Fino Al Steol Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
And will have prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for tho above ports.
Tho undersigned aro now prepared
Through Tickets to All Points
in tho United States.
C5?For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passngo apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
ltf General Agents.
r S 3
M KINO SP
Australian Mail Service.
Oilice of tlie ....
Peerless Preserving Paint Co.
308 Merchant Bt.
The umlerplgned having purchased tho exclusive right, title and interest for tho
Manufacture and use of thePEERLESS PRESERVING PAINT i" and for
the Hawaiian Islands, desiro to call tho attention of owners of Huildings to tho
superiority of th's Paint for the purpose of Prtieninn Shingltn, Melnh, Iron, Steel,
liridaes, Poftn, etc., agaiiml rust, corrosion, decay and leakage. Onrgeuerous coat of
ho Peerless Preserving Taint has been found equal if not superior to three coats of
any other Paint, and u e guarantee it will not scale, crack, or run. It being possess
ed of a body when applied in which thero is no OIL SPIRITS OR EVAPORA
TIVE Substance, in using this Paint upon a shingio roof its fire
proof qualities are ono of the chi f advantages, aa it renders tho roof imper
vious to sparks wh'ch may fall upon it in tho dryest season without tho slightest
injurious effects. The main features which tho PEERLESS PRESERVING
PAINT offers for its use upon roofs aro its thorough resistance to any action of
heat or cold, ,and its wonderful PRESERVING qualities which fully prevent
any action from either RUST OR DECAY.
Wo aro piop.uud to execute and carry out special contracts for tho application
of tho Peerless Preserving Paint on any of tho islands, ah con
tracts undertaken by us will be fully GUARANTEED Our prices for this class
of work are extremely moderate, and roofs to which Paint is applied by us aro
guaranteed against leaks, cracks, scales or runt for a ported of years, estimated up
on the ago of tho roof when tho work is performed.
Examinations mado and estimates given in all work froo of charge, and refer
ences given by application at our office .
H. P. WALTON, Manncor. L. O. ABLES,
C6-tf. H. P. WALTON.
I rom Vlrtnrln nml Vnnriinrrr, II. t' lo
Hutn nml Hyilnryi
SI"11" !I iy,nrri,"0.," A"K8t U
Stmr "Miowora" Ucul. !H
C5T For FrciKht and I'ansnso and all
Qonoral Information, npply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for tlio Hawalinn Inlands.
Occiflental & Oriental Steamsliip Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG.
Steamers of tho abovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way lo tho
abovo ports on or about tho following
Stmr City of Peking. . .Aug. 10, 1805
Stmr Coptio Sept 10, 1895
Stmr China Oot.20,1805
Stmr Coptio Nov. 28, 1895
Strar City of Poking Dec. 28, 1895
For SAN FRANCISCO:
Steamers of tho abovo Companies will
call at Honolulu ou their way from
Hongkong and Yokohama to tho abovo
port on or about tho following dates;
Stmr Bolgio Aug. 9, 1895
Stmr City of Bio do Janeiro
Stmr China October 0, 1895
Stmr Coptio Nov. G, 1895
Stmr City of Poking. . . Dec. G, 1895
Stmr Coptio Jnn.l5,180G
Stmr China Feb. 2i, 1890
Rates of Passage are as follows:
TO YOKO- TO IIONO
Cabin 8150.00 8175.00'
Cabin, round trip, &
months 225.00 2G2.CO
Cabin, round trip, 12
months 262.50 31G.25
European Steorago . . . . 85.00 100.00
ESTPassengors pnylng full faro will bo
allowed 10 percent off return faro if re
turning within twelve months.
CSTFor Freight and Passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO,,
Consofflatei SoJa Water Co., LI
Corner Allen & Fort Sts., Honolulu.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Pacific Mail Steaili
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