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LKAVK8 HONOLULU. I AUSIVM HONOLULU.
Tuesday , .
Aug. 10 Kriday Aug. 23
A nc. 27 TuoKday. ..Bcpt. 3
.Bent. 0 Kriday Hept. 13
8tl)t. 17 Tnosday. . Bcpt. 21
Be lit. 27 Kriday Oe
...Oct. 8 Tutscfay Oct. 15
.. OcMO Friday Oct. 25
(VU2S1 Tw-eday ....Not. 5
.Nov. 8 Friday Not. 15
. . Nov. 1U I Tuesday .... Nov. 20
..Nov. 2U ) Friday Pec. 0
Dec, 10 I Tuesday . . . .Dec. 17
Dec. 2(1 1 Friday. . . . .Dec. 27
u.tn.Ld will i.him Mlln at 1 nVlook
r. x., teochinc at Lanpaboahoc. Mahn
Kqn and. KawalhM aamaday; Makena,
Maalaca Say and Lahalna the following
day; arriving at Honolulu the afternoons
orTaeidayi and Fildayi.
g$W No Freight will be received alter
It noon on day of tailing.
Will leave Honolola Tneidayi at 6 r. u..
teaching at Eahalal. Uana, Hamoa and
KipahaTa, Maul. Returning arrivei at
Bcnolnln Sunday mornings.
Will call at Man, Kaapo, on lecond trip
. ot each month.
CaT No Freight will be received after
4 r. k. on day ot sailing.
This Company will reserves the right to
jnake changes in the ttmoof departure and
arrival of its steamers without notice and
It will not be responsible for any conse
Oenoes arising therefrom.
Consignees must be at the Landings to
receive their Freight: this Company will
sot hold itself responsible for freight after
It has been landed.
Live Stock only at owner's risk.
This Company will not be responsible for
Money or valuables of passengers; nnlesa
placed In the care ot Pursers.
Passengers are requested to purchase
Uaketa before embarking. Those falling to
to so will be subject to an additional
charge of twenty-five per cent.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arrivo Honolulu Leave Honolulu
from S. F. for S. F.
Sopt. 2 Sept.7
Sept 80 Oct.2
Oct 21 Oct. 27
Nov. 15 Nov.20
From San Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydnoy. San Francisco.
Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Mariposa. .Aug. 29 I Monowai. ..Aug. 22
Monowai. .Sept. 20 Alnmeila. ..Sept. 19
Alameda. ...Oct. 21 1 Mnriposa. . .Oct. 17
S. S. Altmore,
Sailing from Portland, O., Septomber 1st,
-will bo duo on or about
SEPTEMBER 9th, 1895,
And will have immediato dispatch for above
porta. Apply to
Thco. H.Davies& Co., Ltd.
75-tf A. events.
A New Abstract Office
As a rosult of 15 yoars experience
in the Abstract BiiBiuess, I nm
proparod to mnko Abstracts of
Titlo in n most thorough, ncour
nto, nnd complete manner and on
F. W Makinney.
In W. O. Smith's Offico, 318
Fort Street. myl3.
ASK YOUR GllOCEll
Fon Patent Excellent Flodix.
Highest grailo Flour on tho mnrkot.
Cost tho samo as all othor first-class
Oceanic Steamsuig Co.
YokoliiiiM a mm
NEWS ON THE WATERFRONT
movi:.iii:.vi tit' tiii: iii.amii
hi cam tit i'i,i:rr.
Tlip llnrUpiiiliir ilelrletrritiiit llitrke
M. JnlUli Mid ('. II. Ilrraiitlli 1'olU
Tlie 8 V Allen Miptcli to salt for Ban Kran
cImhi next Thursday llieUW Intl.
Tim strsmcr Mikaliula Includes Nllhau In
tin ports of rail on the Kausl route tomorrow
The tNnmvr J A Cummins arrlicd on Sat
urdsy from Wnlmanalo, and Iclt tlicmc at
Tlie steamer Kcauliou li unloading Klcclo
and Walalua sugar Into the bark 8 C Allen at
Klimu wharf today.
The strnmcr I.IU-llkc l unloading her car
go of Maul sugar Into tlie bark S N Cattle at
Oceanic wharf thli anernoon.
The German bark Taul Isenhcrg from San
V'rancttco for I.twrpool, was reported July
30th, In lat 50 N, long l:i W.
The American bark C 1) Uryant, Jacohscn
matter, arrlxd In port late last evening, H
days from San Frauclsco with a general eargo.
Tlio schooner Kiulkcaoutl arrived In from
llamakun this morning, nnd the schooner Ka
Mol from Kohnla yesterday, both with sugar
The steamer Kllauvn llou Is awaiting the
release of the quarantined Chinese on the reef,
and expects to sail In a day or two (or Olo
walu, Kukalau and Ookaln.
A telegram from Loudon, dated Aug 3 says:
Norwegian ship Ambassador with fertilizers
from Florida for A F Cooke of Honolulu has
put into Falkland Islands In a damaged con
dition. The American bark Retriever, James Bogau
master, doektd at new Fort street wharf this
morning, twenty-two days from1 Po'rt Gam
ble with 017,000 feet of lumber, 200,000
shingles, and a quantity of laths and pickets
for Lcwers As Cooke.
The yacht Hawaii left on Saturday after
noon for a fishing trip to Wnlmanalo. On
hoard were L A Thnrstou, Tm Hobron and
Oscar White. Saturday night they moored
to tlio ipler at Sans Bond, and taking J B
Castle on hoard next morning, continued
their voyage. They returned yesterday af
ternoon. The hark St Jullen, Captain Beieldgc, ar
rived at Kahulul, Aug 10th, with a big cargo
of coal from Newcastle for the Kahulul rail
way. The St Jullen will be some time in Ka
hulul harbor. Captain Bcverldge and his
wife, who accompanied him on .the voyage,
came over on the steamer Llkellke yesterday
to spend a few days In the city.
Stmr J A Cummins, Ncllson, from Koolau.
Bark C D Bryant, Jacohscn,from San Fran
cisco. Stmr Llkellke, Welsharth, from Maul and
Stmr Mlkahala, Freeman, from Kauai.
Sclir Ka Mol, Sam, from Knbala.
Am bktu Iletrlcver, Bogan, from Port
Ilr hk St Jullen, BcverIdge,from Newcastle,
Stmr Hawaii, Fltrgerald, for Hawaii.
Btmr James Makce, Peterson, for Kapau.
Stmr Mokolll, McGregor, for Molokal and
Stmr J A Cummins, Ncllson, for Walma
nalo. Schr Kaulkcaoull, for Hamakua.
Stmr Valaleale, Gregory, for Lahalns,
KuKtiihaclc and llonokaa, Tuesday, Aug SO,
Stmr Kllauca llou, Weir, for Ookala and
Kukalau and Olowalu.
Am bk S O Allen, Thompson, for San Fran
cisco, Thursday, Aug '--', at noon.
Btmr Mlkahala, Freeman, for Kauai and
Nllhau, Tuesday, Aug SO, at 5 p. m.
Stmr Kcauliou, for Kahuku aud Punaluu,
Tuesday, Aug SO, at 9 a m.
Stmr Llkellke, Wclsharth, for .Maui, Tues
day, Aug Su, at 5 p m.
Stmr Kaala, Brown, for Waiauae, Moknlcla
and Walalua, Wednesday, Aug 21, at 8 a m.
From Sau Francisco, per bk O D Bryaut
W (1 Ncedham.
From Kauai, per steamer Mlkahala, Aug
18 A S Hartwell, Miss E Hartwcll, Sister
Albertluo, MUscs Cumphell, Leigh, Smith,
Lenhard, Kluwa, Felix, James Howell, V
Knudsen, Dr J K Smith, I Van Camp, C M
Cooke, Jr, C II Cooke, Mrs V Knudsen, Mrs
Kitchen, Missus Kltchtn (S), C Macfarlanc,
Copt Hatlield, B Brlghtwcll, Sam Pedro, D
Kunewauui, aud 80 on deck.
From Maul aud Hawaii, per stmr Llkellke,
Aug 18 Attorney-General Smith, J F Mor
gan, 8herlff Andrews, C W Grey, Miss Soren
son, Fred Maby, Ah 8am, Chung Hoy, wife
aud children, Master Ah Chan?, Brothers
Joseph, Robert and Felix, Louis R Madelros,
A M Sproull, Capt Beverldgo and wife, T B
Lyons, wife and child, II W M Mist, Y Kato,
C Bosse, Pierre Jones and son, and 03 on
Ex Mlkahala 2503 hags sugar, 40 hags rice,
150 sheep, 73 hills hides, CS pkgs sundries.
Ex Llkellke 2370 bags sugar, 537 hags po
tatoes, CO hags corn, 15,015 ft lumber, 2$ pics,
0 bdls hides, US pkgs sundries.
VMWlll.lt IM ltHT.
t' H ItpHhlHKtmi, MimaM. Mare Iikml.
(CoaMers not Ineludtd In this Hit )
Am hk H Allen, 1liniHion, H
Ilr l.atk Vtlorltv, Martin, lliiintkiiiig
tier bk Maltha (loeklishn, Melneke.l.lvrrpnnl
AmbktneArrher, Callionn, V
Am bktn H N Callc, Hubbard, 8 Y
Ilr bk M Jullen, Newcastle, (at Kahulul).
Am bk O I llryanl. .lacob.en. Br
Am hk Uelrleci, llogan, Port tlamble.
POItKKIN VK8HK1.B EXl'KOTKI).
Vcsnets Where from Duo
Am bk Kdward May....lloston Due
Am sehr Anna 8 V (Kahulul.... Duo
Am bk Annie Juhnon..8 F (llllo) Aug Mi
Am ach Transit rgt8ound(llllo)Angl
U 8 8 Olympla 8 F Aug S3
Am bk .Martha Davis. . . .8 K Aug !M
Am hkt 8 (1 Wilder 8 F ... . . . . . . Aug '-'0
Am sch Anna 8 F(Knhulul).8cpl 1
Ilr h John McLcod. . . . Newcastle Bepl 1
8 8 Altmnrc Portland Sept 1(1
Am sch Ksthrr Bulmo.. Eureka Sept 15
Am hk Amy Turner. ...New York.... Sept 15
Ilr bk Onyx Newcastle. . . .Bcpt 80
Ilr bk City of Adelaide. Newcastle.. ...Bcpt 30
(lerbk J C l'llcuger Bremen Oct 1
llrbk Aldvrgrovii Liverpool Oct 1
Ocrshlp Mario Hackfeld.Llverpool Oct a
Am shr Klcg Cjrus. .. .Newcastle Oct 13
(ler sh II Haekfcld NY Oct 15
llrbk Coryphttie....New Castle Oct 15
Am sch Hubert Scarlcs..Ncw Castle.. .Oct 15
Am bk Seminole New Castle Oct 51
For rowing or cycling an olog
nnt lino of swoatora "ohoup" us
sortod colore. Mclnorny.
TTJIO TJIDrD Is kept on file at E. C.
llilD iAlWl DAKE'S Advertising
Agency, Ot and (15 Merchants Exchange, San
Francisco, California, whero contracts tor ad
vertising can bo made for It.
removes wrinkles and all traces of ago. I
ioeds through tho pores and builds up tlio
fatty membranes and wasted tissues,
nourishes the shrivelled and shrunken
skin, tones and invigorates tho nerves and
muscles, enriches tho impoverished blood
vessels, and supplies youth and elasticity to
the action of tho skin. It's porfect.
Yalo's Skin Food, prico Sl.C0nndS3,
ut all drugstores. MME. M. YALE,
Health and Boauty Specialist, 140 Stato St.,
Chicagi. Beauty Guide mailed free.
HOBRON DB.OG CO.,
H ft BUILDING BUBNED BECENTLY
" in Milwaukeo, without Insurance,
because a clerk FORGOT to ronow certain
policies promptly as instructed.
"Ho was discharged.
"A few days later, the owner died without
insurance on his life, leaving a widow aud
three young children in poverty, becauso
he had NEGLECTED to insure. As procrast
ination is more culpahlo than forgotfulncss
perhaps tho ownor is having his punish
"MORAL I Consultation and office treat
ment free. Special attention given to pro
crastinators." INS0KKYOUK LIFE I.N
The Equitable Life Assuranco Society
of the United States.
General Manager for the Hawaiian Islands:
LIN SING KEE,
PLUMBER AND TIN SMITH.
403 Hotel stroot, Honolulu.
A. V. GEAR.
ACCOUNTANT AND GENERAL
C3-tf COO King St.
GONSALVES & CO,
WHOLESALE GROCERS AND
225 Quoon streot, Honolulu, H. I.
Tho popular Seasido Resort for
ladieH and children . Good ac
commodation. W. S. BARTLETT.
Hlonmcru (it the nlxivo Lino running In connection with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC HAIL WAY
llctwccn Vancouver, 1). O., nnd Hytlney, N. 8. V. and cnlllnjr nl Vlotorln. J). Q.
Honolulu mill Huvn (FIJI),
.B 3DXTE1 AJ2? HOaOXjTJXiXT
On or about tho ilntca below atntcil, viz.:
l'rnm Hyilnpjr unit Hutn, for Victoria mill Krnin Vlrlnrln nml Vmirmitfr, II. V It,
Vnncotiier. II. C'.i
Stmr "Mlowera," August !)t
Btmr "Wnrrimoo" October 2
Through Tlckotn IssucmI from Honolulu to Ouiuuln,
United StutcH juhI Utiropc.
FIIEIOIIT AND rABSENQItlt AOENTS!
D. MoNicoll, Montrcnl, Onnoiln.
ItonniiT Kehii, Winuipe, Onnodn.
M. M. Htkhn, Bnn Francisco, Onl.
Q. MoL. BnowN, Vancouver, H. O.
Oceanic Steamsliip Co.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
Tho Now and Fino Al Steol Steamship
Of the Oceanio Steamship Company will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Syduoy nnd
Auckland on or nbout
And will leave for tho nbovo port with
Mails nnd Possongera on or ulxmt that
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tlio Now and Fino Al Steol Steamship
Of tho Oceanio Steamship Company will
be duo nt Honolulu from Snn Kninniam
on or about
And will havo prompt despatoh with
Mails and Passengers for tho nbovo ports.
Tho undersigned aro now prepared
Through Tickets to All Points
in tho United States.
ESPFor further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
l-tf Qoneral Agonts.
k " ' " Jit I
J H 7 ' -
Office of tlio ....
Feerless Preserving Paint Co.,
303 Merchant Bt.
Tho undersigned having purchased tho exclusive right, titlo and interest for tho
Manufacture and uie of the PEERLESS PRESERVING PAINT in nnd for
tho IJuwuiian Islands, desiro to call tho attention of owners of Buildings to tho
superiority of this Paint for the purposo of rreitrving Shinglet, Metah, Iron, Steel.
Bridges, Post, etc., againit ruil, corrosion, decay and leakage. OnHgcnerous coat of
.ho ivorlraft PivMjrvitiij l'nlnt has been found equal if not superior to thrco coats of
any other Paint, and we guarantee is mill nol scale, crack, or run, it being possess
ed of a body when applied in which thero is no OIL SPIRITS OREVAPORA"
tive Substance, in using this ruint upon shingio roof its Fire
Proof qualities nreonoof thochiff advantages, as it renders tho rooMmper
viouB to sparks wh'ch may fall upon it in tho dryeat seaBOU without tho slightest
injurious effects. Tho main features which tho PEERLESS PRESERVING
PAINT oircrs for its use upon roofs aro its thorough resiitanco to any action of
heat or cold, and its wonderful PRESERVING qualities which fully prevent
any action from either RUST OR DECAY.
wo aro prepared to executo nnd carry out special contracts for tho application
pf tho Peerless Preserving Paint on any of tho islands, ah con
tracts undertaken by us will bo fully GUARANTEED Our prices for this class
of work nro extremely modornto, and roofs to which Paint is applied by us aro
guaranteed against leaks, cracks, scales or runs for a period of years, estimated up
on tho ago of tho roof when tlio work is porformed.
Examinations mado nnd estimates given in all work freo of charge, and refer
ences given by application at our oflice .
H. P. WALTON, Manager.
Hu mill Hyilnpyi
Stmr " Wnrrlmoo" August 2 1
Stmr "Mioworn" Hept. 21
tST For Freight and Fnasago and aM
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agouts for tho Hnwailan Islands.
Occidental & Oriental Steamship Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG.
Steamers of tho nbovo Companios will
call at Honolulu ou their way to tho
abovo ports on or nbout tho following
StmrCoptio Sopt. 19, 1895
StmrOhinn Oct. 29, 1895
Stmr Coptic Nov. 28, 1895
Stmr City ot Peking Dec. 28, 1895
For BAN FEAN0ISC0:
Steamers of tho abovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong nnd Yokohnmn to tbo nbovo
port on or nbout tho following dates:
Stmr City of Rio do Janeiro
Sept. 6, 1895
Bimr uuinn uctober u, lb'JS
StmrCoptio Nov. C, 1895
Stmr City ot Peking. . . .Dec. 0, 1895
Stmr Coptio Jan. 15, 1896
Stmr China Feb. 24, 189G
Rates of Passage are as follows:
TO TOKO- to noKa
Cabin 8150.00 6175.00
Cabin, round trip, 4
months 225.00 262.50
Cabin, round trip, 12
months 262.50 810.25
European Steerago.... 85.00 100.00
tSTPassengers paying full faro will bo
allowed 10 porcent off return faro if re
turning within twelvo months.
Jt"For Freight and Passogo apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
CoDsolilatel Soia Water Co., L'd
Corner Allen & Fort Sts., Honolulu.
HOLLSSTER & CO.,
L. O. ABLES,
H. P. WALTON.
Pacific Mail Steamship k