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H B KVWNlNrt IIUfiLETlM. AUOUtJT 10 lHOfi.
I f ilder's Steamship Co. piracy in the harbor.
-u TO: ir. king, lift $gL b
WW T Honoltila t 2 r. .. toaehlnir at
liJVroa, UmIwi Bar tod Mnktm the
MM d7! Mahnkoiui, Kwalhe and Lao
akohoe tbe following day, arriving at
KUo Ut tarn evenlnc .
LCAVIS HONOLULU. ARRIVKS HONOLULU.
Friday . .
Tuesday . . .
. Aug. 23
. .Pent. 13
. Sept. 21
. .Not. 15
.. Dec. 17
. .Dec. 27
Friday. . .
. NOV. IS'
. .Dec. 2l
JUtunuoK, will leave LUo at 1 o'clock
r. x.. teaching At Loupahcehce, Mabu
kona and KiwlhM same day; Makans,
Maalaea Bay and 1-ahaina the following
day: arriving at Hooololo tbe alternoons
of Tuesdays and Fridays.
If No Freight will b rocdrad after
M Dn on day of lalliag.
Will Imt HonolnlaTnesdajsat 6 r. it.,
teaching at Kahnlui. Hana, Hamoa and
XlpahaTu, Maul. Beturning arrival at
onoldln Sunday mornings.
Will call at Hun, Kaupo, on second trip
of each month.
tW No Freight will ba received attar
4 1. x. on day of sailing.
This Company will reserrcs tho right to
make changes in the time of departuie and
arrival of its steamers without notice and
it will not be retionalble for any annuo
qaencea arising therefrom.
Consignees must be at the Landings to
receive their Freight, this Company will
oot hold itwll rsponstblo for flight after
it baa been landed.
Lite Stock only at owner's risk.
This Company will not be responsible for
Mmmt or valuables of passengers unless
placed In the care of Pursers.
Fatsengera are requested to porcbasa
Mtketa before embarking. Those falling to
Aa so will bfl subject to an additional
charge of twenty-five per cent.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arrivo Ilonolulu Leovo Honolulu
from S. F. for S. F.
Sopt. 2 Sopt. 7
Sept. 30 Oct.2
Oct. 21 Oct.27
Nov. 15 Nov. 20
From San Fraueisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. San Francisco.
Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Mariposa. Aug. 20 Monowni. ..Aug. 22
Monowni. Sept 2G I Alameda. ..Sept. 19
Alameda . Oct. 2-1 1 Mariposa. . Oct. 17
Glow Night Lamp !
It is au flst.iblislicil fact that thoro has
never been a night lamp on tho market that
W) odorless, aud most of th. night lamps
that aro sold tn-1iy alwolutflv pilfioii tho
air in a close room. I u placing tho Glow
Lamp upon tho murkct wn claim to havo
the night lump tbit positively emits no
odor when in opcratiou, aud 13 tlie only
night lamp lhat hIiouIiI over bo used when
it ib noccst-iiry to burn u light ull night, as
for instance in tho nursery or Rick-room,
It is a miuiaturo gutdiouKe, gasometer or
gas-burner combined, automatically mak
ing and consuming its Otfupns which, in
tho ordinary ululit lamp, i-pcap'd without
being consumed, filling tho room with n
poisonous vapor, which, to put it mildly, is
Tho Glow Lamp is constructed on
(scientific priucin'-s, ud ii without nuestion
tbe Himplcst, cleaucHt, neatest, and cheap
est night lamp in tho market, and combiu
odjwith its liycicnio finalities, nhquld.com-
mend itself to popular fuvor ut onco. One
pint of kerosoue, at n cost of aliout ouo
cent, will givo a pure, lieiltliy, clean light
ior two iiunuroii or moio Hours; l. o.,
twenty tcu-hour nights.
It will givo tho piuutortt satisfaction in
tho sick-rooiu, iiurhcrv, ld-room, durk
coruors of cL.,a0, u.'. U un.auieutal us
well as useful.
The I-IuAvrviiiin. IVeVH
Tho wcll-kiiowii ltostuurant on Hotel Hi.
No, (JO, (opjxjtfilo tho l'mitlioon HtableH),
nerves meals in evtry stylo, at nil hours of
tho day. 12 very thing sen fit is flrst class,
7tf Y1X OUONG CO.
ASK YQUJl (1 HOC Jilt
Foil I'ATHNT IJXOKW.HNT FfcODIt.
Iligliost KNido I'lrmr on lliumarkot.
Cunt tlio sumo til) other Urst-cIiiM
Oceanic SteamsMp Go.
iioi.n attihiit 10 kti:ai, tisi:
The Nrlioonor niolunlilno In Ironi
l'nuulla-itlnvrmciiU of Vccl"
'Hie Olnutlliio I.envc.
Tho tmrkentliie S N Cnitle has moved from
Oceanic wharf to the foot of Allen street.
The steamer Kanla came off the marine
railway, and w 111 leave on Monday for wind
ward Oahu port.
The steamer Hawaii Is loadlog fertilizer
aud maehlucry for Walnaku plantation at
The steamer Kauai U tnklnc 2S0 tout of
coal to Makawell this afternoon and a few
passengers to N'awlltwlll.
The schooner Molwalilne brought In 2100
bags of Paaullo sugar hint night, which as
loaded on the bark 8 C Allen today.
The bark Allen expects to leave In about
ten days for the Coust. lUr cargo will bo
completed when alio rtcelvci 1000 tons.
Tho Iron bnrkcntlnc Archer will flnlMi dis
charging at Nuuami street wharf an Monday,
and will then commence loading sugar for
The bark C D Bryant from San Francisco
with a general cargo, and the bark Ambas
sader from Jacksonville, Florida, with phos
phates for A F Cooke, arc expected any day.
The steamer Walalcaic came In from wind
ward Kauai this morning with 713 bags paddy
for J A Hopper, 408 bags paddy for 11 man
Brothers, and 102U bags paddy for Sing I.oy,
besides three passengers Including John Hush,
principal of the KUauea schools. Tbe cargo
was unloaded this afternoon on Oceanic
An (honest If abortUe) attempt was made
to steal the little sloop Kalulanl from Its
moorings at the Flshtnarket wharf last night.
The Kalulanl arrived In from Walau on l'earl
Harbor yesterday at noon, and discharged her
cargo of rice far Wing Wo Tal during the af
ternoon. There were no people on board
when the vefscl was boarded by three men,
who holstid sail and steered out towards the
channel. They attempted to go on the Ewa
side of the bark Sumatra and stuck on the
mud flats closo to the railway wharf. An
alarm had been given to tbe police, and as
the men who had by this time waded ashore
were going up Nuuanu street, one of thom,
who gave his name as Landcrof t,at the station
house, was caught by special officer Osmer.
This man Is held for Investigation, and efforts
arc being made to locate the rest of the gang.
It Is supposed on the waterfront that these
men are the ones who have been engaged late
ly In petty pllfcrlugs on the wharves and on
board of vessels hauled up on llottcn How.
The sloop was hauled off ths mud flats this
morning aud Is now at her old berth.
Sclir Molwalilne, Kuanonl, from Paaullo,
Stmr Walalealc, Gregory, from Hanalel,
Stmr Claudlnc, Cameron, for Maul and
Stmr Kauai, Smvthe, for Makawell, Kauai.
Bark Mauna Ala, Saturday, Aug 17, atrioon.
Stmr Hawi.ll, for Pohakumona, Honohlna,
Ilakalau, Honomu and Illlo, Monday,Aug 10,
at 2 p m.
From Hanalel, Kauai, per Walalcale J
Bush, Mrs J King, J Kahea.
For Maul and Hawuli, per stmr Olaiidinc
W C Wilder aud family, Mies Eva Parker,
Miss Brodsrick, the Misses Corn well, Rev
Kawada, S Kelllnol, Yf W Bruncr, W A Har
dy and wife, W O Smith, Bro Rush, Ed Dow
sett, David Dowsett, F Northrup, F Maby, G
II Paris and wile. W Y Horner, T J Illgglns,
Mr Abercroinblc, J O Carter, jr, Geo Weatfall
and wife, Capt and Mrs T K Clarke, MUs
Blcknell, MUs Ostroiu. MUs Barnard, W W
Goodale and wife, C Notley, F S Lyman, E
E Bond, Rev A Mackintosh, U Hycroft, and
E O Reiiui and wife.
Ex Walalcale 1150 sx paddy, 40 ax rice.
Ex Molwalilne 2100 bags sugar, acct Pa
VESSELS IN PORT.
U 8 8 Bennington, Pieman, Mare Island.
(Coasters not Included in this list.)
Am bk 8 O Allen, Thompson, 8 F
Haw bk Mauna Ala, Smith. Now castle.
Br bark Velocity, Martin. Hongkong
(ior bk Martha flockhahn, Melncke.Llvcrpool
Am bUne Archer, Ciillioun, 8 F
Am bktu 8 N Castle, Hubbard, S K
KOKEION VhSHELH EXPECTED.
Vessels Where from Due
Am bk Edward Muy.. . ,lloton Dur
Am kcltr Amm H K (KhIiiiIiiI.... )ug
Am bk Annie Jolinaon..H F(Hllo) ..Aug Ifi
Am I'ktn Retriever I't (umlili-.. . . Auir U.t
Am srli Transit l'gtSouiul(llllo)AugU
UHHOIymjila HF AugW
Am bk Mkrlha Hail HK Aug M
Am bl.t HO Wilder HF AujW
Am bk C I) Jlrywit HF iii
Am .ih Annu HF(Klmlul).HtiU
llr sh Jolin Ul.wil,,,..NeHiuiillc Sept I
O It it N 8 fl Almore.rortland 8rpt in
Aniacli Kstlier1lllliiie..Kureka... . .Hi'pt Ift
Am bk Amv Turner . .New York. . .pt 15
Mr likHt Jnlleil.. . Newcastle.. ..Hcpl !ift
llr bk Onyx Newcastle ...BeplitO
llr bk City of Adelaide. Newcastle Sent 30
(ler bk .1 C mciigcr . .Ilrcmcn.. Oct 1
llr bk Aldrrgrotu . I.hcrpnol Oct 1
(Icrshlp Marin I larkfetd. Liverpool.. ..Oct 2
Am shr Klig Cyrus .. Newcastle Ort 19
(ler sh II llarklehl ...NY.... Oct 15
llr bk Coryphene. . . .New Castle.... . .Oct 15
Am sch Kobcrt 8earles..New Castlo. ..Oct 15
Am bk BemlnoU New Castle Oct 15
What bettor invostmont tlmn a
light ofllco cont, thoso sweltering
hot tlnya. Oool. comfortable- and
1 MH. JHr nX&
is Mme. Yale's infallible euro of Freckles,
Tan and Snnburn. It is the only romedy
ever compounded that will remove freckles
completely and surely.
The fairer and more delicato the skin,
the moro likoly it is to freckle and the
worso it will look nftcr it is freokled.
Thousands of womon, othorwiso beautiful,
ore disfigured by these unsightly, brown
blotches. Nothing will Lido th'om. Thoy
are a source of misery, but they can bo rared.
La Freckla is the death-warrant to freckles.
The preparation of La Frookla Is one of
JIme. Yale's greatest achiovomentH.
Thero are many imitations, somo of thom
very dangerous and hurtful to the skin;
none of thom really effective For safoty
aud cortainty, insist always on getting the
genuine and original La Freckla.
Trice $1 at drugstores, or by mail,
MME. M. YALE. Health and Beauty
Specialist, 140 Stato St., Chicago. Beauty
Guide, mailed free.
IIOBHON DRUG CO.,
Yokohama k Hongkong.
S. S. Altmore,"
Sailing from Portland, O., September 1st,
will be due on or about
SEPTEMBER 9th, 1895,
Aud will hare immediato dispatch for abovo
ports. Apply to
Theo. H.Davies& Co., Ltd.
Aloha Bath House.
Noxt to Marino ftulway. Bath
ing suits on hand. Patrons
brought froo from tug-boat wharf
on telephoning No. 585. Furn
ished rooms to lot on tho premises.
Mrs. J. H. Eeist.
mv 15-1 to
A New Abstract Office
As a result of 15 years oxporienco
in tho Abstract Business, I am
propurod to mnko Abstracts of
Title in n most thorough, ncour
ate, nnd coraploto manner and on
P. W Makinney.
In W. O. Smith's Oflico, 818
Fort Street. my!3.
tiii: n. it
To savo plantH. dowers, treou, etc, fiom
tlio destruction of (nweU, you will do well
to couiinuuicato with tho undurulipod as lie
manufacture a l'uro Vegetublo Compound
ireu of any poUonuuii Btil)Htaucei therefore,
it doei not kill tlio iutcctH. but kiepM tho
huuio oir tho liluuU, mid will not injure tho
planU or fruiU. m11obo," "Oraiie," etc,
will not HiiflVr auy louuur bill Kow hunltliy
uml pretty by the into of tho Compound uud
to couvlme tho public of it Miccum, I ulinll
lurform n Irlul orilcr or iipplicuiiou without
14 llltMlroui. ri'ur BjIhW,
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
Htcnmoro of tho nlnivo Lino munitig in connection with tlio
OANADIAK PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, B. 0., nSydney, N. S.nnd calling at Viotorin, B. O.,
On or nbout tbo dntcs below stated, viz.:
From Sydney mill Suva, for Victoria nn1
Vancouver, II. C.i
Stmr "Wnrrimoo" T. October 2
Througl. Tickets InbiioiI from Ilonolulu to Cn.uuln,
United States and Eurone.
iriiBIOUT AND rAS8ENOElt AGENTS:
D. MoNiooli., jrontreal, Canada.
Tr Tvr 50BnRT K E". Winnipeg, Canada.
M. M. Stekn, San Frnncisco, Oal.
O. IMoL. Bnoww, Vancouver, B. O.
Australian Mail gervice.
For San Francisco:
Tbe Now and Fine Al Steel Steamsbip
Of tbo Oceanio Steamsbip Company will
bo duo nt Hnnnlnlti mm a, ..!,. n.i
i.m..j .. r:c"i u'uu' uuu
ttuuiuuuu ou ur uooui
. August 22nd,
And will loavo for tbo abovo port witb
Mails and Pnssengors on or nbout tbat
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tbo Now and Fino Al Steol Steamsbip
Of tbo Oceanio Steamship Company will
bo duo at Ilonolulu from Saii Francisco
on or about
And will bnvo prompt despatch witb
Mails and Passengers for tbo abovo ports.
Tbo undoreigned aro now prepared
Through Tickots to All Points
In tho United States.
CSTFor further particulars regarding
1 reigbt or Passago apply to
WM. G. IRWIN &C0., L'd,
l-M General Agonts.
OlTlco oi tlie ....
Teerless Preserving- Paint Co.,
3W Merchant St. w
Tho undersigned having purchased tho exclusive right, title and interest for tho
Manufacture and use of the PEERLESS PRESERVING PAINT in nml for
tho Hawaiinn Islands, desire to call tho attention of owners of lluifdlugs to tho
superiority of this l'uint for the purpose of l'retervinp Shinglei, Metalt, Iron, Steel,
liridaes, I'osls, etc., against ruit, corrosion, decay and leakage. One generous coat of
tho Peerless Preserving Taint has licen found equal if not superior to thrco coats of
any other Paint, and we guarantee is will not scale, crack, or run, It being possess
ed oi a uouy wmin appueu in which niero ib no UIL, oPIRITS OR JbVAPORA'
TIVE SUBSTANCE. f UB this Paint upon u shlnglo roof its fire
Ppdot? nualities aro one of tlio chief advuntaues. as it rendum tho rnnf Imnor
vlous to sparks wh'ch may full upon it in tlio dryest eeasou without tho slightest
injurious clIuctB. Tho main features which tho PEERLESS PRESERVING
PAINT oilers for its use upon roofs aro its thorough reslHtanco to uny action of
heal or cold, and its wonderful PRESERVING oualitles which fully prevent
any action from either RUST OR DECAY
Vi'o aro propurcd to uxecuto and carry out special contracts for tho application
of tho peerless PreseHvjng Paint on uny of tho islands, au con-
tracli iiniiurtuKuii by us will bo fully GUARANTEED. Our prices for this class
of work aro itxtreuiuly jiioderutii, and roofs to which Taint Is upplled by us aro
guaruiitecd aguliul leaks, cracks, scales or rum for a jiurlod of years, estlmutod u li
on tho ago of tho roof wlion tho work is porforinod,
Kxuiiiiiintloiis inailo and ostlmatcH given lit ull work freo of charge, and refer
ciues given by upiillcutloii at our ofllco,
II. WAIION, Mu jp-or,
Prom Victoria and Vanrnnvrr, II. c to
Suva and Sydney!
Stmr "Wnrrimoo" Auoiiar 91
Stmr "Miowora" .'. . . ! . . . 'gt! 24
IfW Ii"or TiVniM. nn,l n . ..
General IrtoZSMtgltf0 "UU n11
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for tbo Hawaiian Islands.
Occiflental & Oriental Steamship Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG .
Stcamors of the abovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to tho
date" PrtS n r nbut tLo followine
StmrCoptio Sopt. 19, 1895
Stmr Olunn Oct. 29, 1895
5. mr ).pt,0. , Nov- 2s. !895
Stmr City of Peking Dec. 28, 1895
For SAN FBANCI8C0:
Steamers of tho abovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on tboir woy from
Hongkong and Yokohama to tho abovo
port on or about tho following dates:
Stmr City of Itio de Janeiro
,: 8opt.O, 1895
Stmr China. October 0, 1895
S mr Coptic ... Nov. 0, 1895
Stmr City of Poking. . . .Deo. G, 1895
StmrCoptio Jan. 15,1890
Stmr China Fob. 2i, 1890
Rates of Passage are as follows:
TO TOKO- TO nONQ
Cabin 8150.00 8175.00
Cabin, round trip, 4
months 225XX) 2C2.50
Cabin, round trip, 12
months 2G2.50 816.25
European Stoerago 85.00 100.00
CSTPassengers paying full faro will bo
allowed 10 percent off return faro if re
turning within twelve months.
JSpTor Freight and Possogo apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Gonsol flatefl Soia Water Co., L'i
Corner Allen & Fort Sts., Honolulu.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
h, 0. AHMSB,
II, T, WAIfONr