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EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST 22, 1P95.
FROM ALONG THE WHARVES
DECLARED TO BE CHOLERA.
Till: fcTKAMEIt KAAI.V llltlMJN
1'AIUIY 1MIU.1I VAIAI,UA.
UNANI.1IOIIH lli:OINIOTI OP l'HV
9IVIANN TO Tilt: IIOAltl).
filer's Steamsiiip Co.
Will Imt Honolala t 2 r. v., toaohtn t
mm dari Mbukon. JUwiht and U
MhoehM tb following day, arilTlng M
Uiio it wims otuiuj.
I.XAVK8 HONOLULU. ARRIVES HONOLULU.
Tuesday Aug. 27
Friday . . .8ept. 0 I
Tuesday . . Bept. 17
Frldav Bept. 27
Tuesday Oct. 8
Friday Oct. 10
Tuesday Oct, 29
Friday Nov. 8
Tuesdav Not. 19
Frldny Aug. 23
Tuesday.... Popt. 3
Friday PepU 13
Tuesday.... Bept. 21
Friday Oor. 4
Tutsday Oct. 15
Friday Oct. 25
Friday Nov. 15
Friday Dec. G
Tuenfay ... Dec. 17
Friday Dec. 27
Friday Nov. 29
Tuniday . Dec, 10
Friday Dec. 20
Itotaralaa, will leave Hllo at 1 o'clock
r. ., Machine at Laapahoehc. Mahn
ko&a and Kawaibae nmi day; Makena,
Maalaea Bay and Lahaina the following
day; arriving at Honolulu the afternoons
Of Tuesdays and Fridays.
mf Ho Freif ht will be noclrtd after
11 noon on day of salBnjt.
Will Uv Honolulu Tuesdays at 6 t. u..
teaching at Kahului. Hana, Hamoa and
Klpahola, Haul. Returning arrival at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will oall at rtuu, Kaupo, on second trip
of each month.
' No Freieht will be received after
i r. m. on day of sailing.
This Company will reserves the right to
make changes in the time of departmo and
arrival of Its steamers without notice and
it will not be responsible for any conse
quences arising therefrom.
Consignees must be at the Landings to
receive their Freight: this Company will
sot hold itanlt responsible for freight after
It has been landed.
Live Btock only at owner's risk.
This Company will not be responsible for
Money or Valuables of passengers unless
placed in the care of Pursers.
Faaaengers are requested to purchase
Uokele Wore embarking. Those falling to
aV so will be subject to an additional
charge of tweuty.five per cent.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arrive Honolulu Lenvo 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 Sydnoy for
for Sydnoy. San Francisco.
.irrt'M Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Mariposa. .Auk. 29 I Monowai. ..Aug. 22
Monowai. .Sopt, 2G 1 Alameda. ..Sept. 19
Alameda. .. Oct. 21 1 Mariposa... Oct. 17
Yokohama & Hod
"S. S. .Altmore,"
Sailing from Portland, O., September 1st,
will be duo on or about
SEPTEMBER 9th, 1895,
And will hnvo immediato dispatch for above
ports. Apply to
Theo. H.Davies& Co., Ltd.
A Now Abstract Office
As n result of 15 yours experience
in tho Abstract HuhUichs, I am
nroparod to miiko Abstracts of
Titlo in n most thorough, nccur
it to, and oomploto manner mid on
V. W Makinnix
Jn W. O. Smllli'ri OJlico, H18
Fort Htrcut. myl.'l.
ahk you n anomm
Foil J'athnt Jxow.i.knt 1'i.odii,
Jllgliiwt grudo Flour on llio market,
Cojt Uiu wiino uh all oilier (Imt'tilaaii
V. II. Ilrynilt To (Jo To I.njdnn
Ilnnd"lfiirthr NctvuFroni the
The bsrkcutlne 8 N Csstle expects to anil
for Saii Kranclico by the end of next week.
Ilnnsnns are piled up on Oceanic wharf for
The steamer Kauai leaves for MnUawell
Tlie bark C D Bryant has been chartered for
s trip to I.njsiui Island. She will leave next
The steamer Kaala arrived this morning
with a small lot of paddy froTn Walatua. She
leaves tomorrow morning for l.ahnlim.
The steamer Cummins took over a cargo
of paddy for Kaluiku this morning and a
small lot of cosl and water pipes lor Walma
nalo. The lumber cargo of the barkcntlno Re
triever will be discharged by next Tuesday
and she will leave for Fort Townscnd for or
ders, in ballast, on the following Saturday.
The dredger finished her work In naval row
Tcsterllay, and is now turned around and will
work across the harbor lit a line between
Brewers' wharf and the ilcnnlngtnn anchor
age. There are stories afloat among our contem
poraries to the effect that the British ship
atidale.which recently arrived at Tncotna
from the Orient, had CO00 tons of tea on board.
The registered tonnasc of the vessel Is 2108,
and only half her cargo was tea, the rest he
ing silk and Oriental products.
Stmr Kaala, Brown, from circuit of Oahu.
Stmr J A Cummins, N'clUon, for Wahna
nalo. MOJECTED DEPAnTUHES.
Stmr V. O. Hall, Slmcrson, for Hawaii
and Maul, Friday, Aug 31, at 10 a m.
Am bk 8 C Allen, Thompson, for San Fran
cisco, Thursday, Aug 22, at noon.
Am bk C D Bryant, Jacobscn, for Laysan
Island, Monday, Sept 2 at noon.
Am bktn Castle, Hubbard, for San Francis
co, Thursday, Aug 29, at noon.
Am bk Retriever, Bogon, for Port Town
send, Saturday, Aug 31, at noon.
Stmr Kaala, Brown, for Lahaina, Aug 23, at
Stmr Kauai, Smythc, for Makawcll, Friday,
Aug 23, at 4 pm.
Ex Kaala 500 bags paddy from Walalua.
cincuiT cociirs teiiji.
mind ITIau Sclinrf NoiiNUlted Pea
cock Wins the Sake Case.
Charles Soharf against the Ha
wniian Government, Attorney
General Smith moved for o non
suit. Judgo Whiting ordored tho
plaintiff called, which being done
and ho failing to answer, the
Court granted tho motion and or
dered u nonsuit and discontin
uance ontorod. Thurston for
plaintiff. Mr. Sclmrf is the blind
man who used to keep tho book
store on Hotel street. Ho fell
into a hatchway lett open on tho
I stdowulk, injuring himself badly,
and forthwith sued tho Govern
ment for $10,000 dnmagos.
Judge Whiting, in tho jury
waivod enso of A. M. Boattio vs.
J. P. Morgan, overruled a motion
for continuance without prejudico
and allowed tho issuanoe of a
commission. Neumann for plain
tiff; Thurston for dofoudaut.
J. E. Gomes vs. Hawaiian Ga
zetto Co., new trial ordered for
libol, is continued by ro
quost of counsel and con
sent of Court. P. Noumani.
for plaiutifT; Thurston for defend
ant. Jamos Kuliifi vs. Honouiu Sugar
Co., umuimpsit, was on homing
before Judgo Whiting this after
noon. Miigoon for plaintiff: Car-
tor it Kinnoy for defondnnt.
Thomos McIMiorson vs. Mau
Ohong, ussumpsil.is discontinued.
Davis for pluint'ff; Stanley for do-fendant-appollant.
Tho foroign jury gavo u verdict
for plaintiff, on documentary ovi
donco, in tho debt claim of V. C,
I'oacock nguinst Kituzazo on ac
count of 300 tubs of tho Japanono
ftrong water known iih sako with
un accent on the "ko,"
m m '
What bettor InvoHtmont than u
light ofllco coal, llioso sweltering
hot duyH. Coo), coinfoitublu ihkI
NtrliiRent Precaution TnkcnXVImlo
Town Plot to bo Districted Under
Phyalelann and Police Xelnll.
Thrrj w.s another meeting of
tho Board of Honlth at noon to
day. Dr.- D.iy submittod tho ro
siilts of his oulturo of tho baoil.la.
Tho physicians present unani
mously doolarod thoin to bo tho
real cholor.i gormB.
It was dooidod to divide tho
town into districts, oach to bo
undor tho supervision of a physi
oian: Marshal Brown is to place
at tho disposal of each district
physician n polico captain and
three men to sco that overy dis
triot is put in a thoroughly sani
12 o'clock today, and tho ussom- I
bled physicians beliovou that,
with tho precautions determined
upon, tho sproud of t'to disenso
will be arrostod.
Disinfooting is going on now
throughout the town, undor su
pervision of the Board.
Don't forgot bet aroatoloaranco
salo at Temple of Fashion Sep
Lnn Yuen has pleaded cuiltv of
opium in possession and boen fined
$75 and costs.
Tax Collector Shaw and his
deputies wero sizing up tho com
positors in this office yesterday to
soo how they would p.tn out in
tuo shape oi taxes
Rev Mr. Whoelor of Now
Brunswick, who ridos a whool on
Sundays when he foels like it,
hos declared in his last sermon:
"I sea no more harm in a soin on
one of our streets on a Sunday
afternoon thou I do in a walk on
Lawes and Gentlemen : It affords me
irrflat TiIt'AfillfA T nnll Ilia Atlnllnn (!. ....!.
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lc to my i ale's Hair Tonic, which 1 the llrst
-..u Muif lumcuy hiiown io cnemisiry wiucu
poslthcly turna gray hnlr hack to Its original
color without dye. I personally Indorse Us
action and gie the public mysulumn guaran
tee that It has been tested In cveiy conceiv
able way, and has proved Itself the only Hair
Specltlc. It stops halr-fnlllng Immediately
and creates a luxurious growth. Contains no
Injurious Ingredient. It ft not sticky orgrejsjj
on the contrary, It makes tho hair soft, youth
ful, fluffy, keeps It In curl and remove dand
ruff. For gentlemen and ladles with liulra
little gray, streaked gray, entirely grayaud
with llAXD IIKAUS, It Is specially recom
meuded. All drugclsts Trlcoflialso Yale's Skin
Food, 1.50j Vale's Compexlon Cream, tl
lule's Face Ton dur, 50c; Yule's lkauty
ffiic. Mine. Yale, Health and Complexion
SpcclalMt.Tvmiilo of lkauty, HO Htutu st,
Chicago. Ouldu to Hiauly mailed free.
iioimoN Ditua co.,
KUSTACE & CO-
WOOD AND COAL
Also Whito nud Blnck Sand
at tljo vary lowowt mnrkot
miss, 'J'fljpjiono No, 414,
Wllssssm -'" iSsssssssssKv
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
Stenmors of tho i.lx)vo Lino running iu connccUon with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC KAILWTAY
Between Vnncouver, B. 0., nml Sydney, N. S. W., and collitig at Viotorio. B. O .
Honolulu nud Suva (Fiji), ' '
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
From Sydney nml Suva, for Vletorln anil
Vnnoouver. II. O.I
8tmr "Mlowcra," August 31
Stmr "Wnrrlinoo" Octobor 2
Through TlckotH IkmiiccI from Ilonoltiltt to Cniuula,
United States nml Europe.
niEIGHT AND PABSKNOElt AOENT8:
D. MoNicoLL, Montreal, Canada.
HonEHT Kniin, Winnipoff, Canada.
M. M. Hteiin, San Francisco, Cnl.
G. MoL. BnowN, Vnncouver, B. C.
Oceanic Steamsliip Co.
For San Francisco:
The Now ond Fine Al Stoel Steamship
Of tho Ocennio Stcntosbip Company will
bo llllO fit Honolulu (mm RrHnnv nml
Auckland on or nbout
And will lonvo for the nbovo port with
Mails and Pnasanircrfl nn or nlu-mf fl.nf
For Sydney and Auckland:
The Now and Fino Al Steel Stoamsbip
Of tbo Oceanio Stearnsbip Company will
bo dUO at Honolulu from Ann Frnnnionn
on or about
And will bavo prompt despateb witb
Mails and Passengers for tbo alxvo ports.
Tbo undersigned ore now prepared
Through Tickets to All Points
In tho United States.
C3T"For further particulars regarding
Froight or Passngo apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & C0.f L'd,
l-tf General Agonts.
E. B. THOMAS,
CONTH ACTOR AND BUILDER
f8F"Estimatcs givou on nil
kinds of Stoi.o, JBrick and Wood
work. King street. 47-tf
Australian Mail Service.
Ofllce of tlio ....
Peerless Preserving Paint Co.,
308 Merchant St.
TO OWNERS OF BUILDINGS.
Tlio underHiRiied having purcluued tho cxcluiivo right, title and intcretit for tho
Manufacture and uho of the PEERLESS PRESERVING PAINT '" ud for
tho Hawaiian Mumln, dexiro to call tho attention of owm.ri Tnf linlhlln-.M In ihn
hupcnori y ui mis mini lor ine puriKo ol l'reiervhia Mmigltt, Metals, Iron, Steel,
Jlrultiet, I'oiU, etc., wjntmt rmt, common, decay ami leakage. Onu generoiiH coat of
tho lVerk'sj Preserving Taint liu been found equal if not mperlor to three couti of
any other Paint, and we uuurautet it will not tcnle, crack, or run, It being ikibsi'BS
i'd of a IxMly wlmn apiilied In which there Is no Dtr. Spiritsi-id rviunnA-
VE SUBSTANCE III UHIlir this Paint iinon ilil.w.L. .,l lt tfmr-.
riwur iiinnueB are onu iii ino cnu i eiivaiiniges, uh it renders the t(M linper
vIoum to kpurkM wh'ch may fall upon Jt hi the (Iryc'ut tieacou wlll.out tlio sllKhtest
iiiurloun cllectM. I lie main fcaturcH which tho PFERLESS PRESERVING
PAINT oilers for iU uw upon hmfH are IIh thoreugl. rtRuiiico to any action ol
heat urcohl.unA tit womluifiil PRESERVING iualltlfu which fully prevent
any acl Ion from ether HURT nn rrr-a v '
nnn -.TT.n.i: ----- ..."... . - .. "" "j. ut.
Vo ore prepared to nxcciito and carry out ipeclul coi
f i mi peerless Preseuvjno Paint om:
iruri iiunuriuKou ny iih win u iiiiiv nil
of work are uxtrtmiuly inoiluiuto, mid roofn to wlHcli 'alnt In applied by tin are
guaranteed nuuliut leukt, rrnelt, icale or runt for it uvrloil uururt, oitlinuted up
on ho o of ll.o roof wl mi llio work In performed, ,
""" " '" ' iiininii'ii gnun in an vmiik iio oi enarge, una ruler
ccn glvun by uppllcuil' n ut our vtWio.
H, P. WAi TOW, Mamtw?
Prom Victoria and Vancouver, II. C t
Suva and Sydney:
IZKiW AW3? -
a ua u.aw nvil ,
EST For Froight and Pnssago and all
General Information, apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Occiflental & Oriental Steamship Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG
Steamers of tbo nbovo Companies will
call at Ilonolulu on their way to tho
nbovo ports on or nbout tbo following
Stmr Coptio Sept. 19, 1895
Stmr China Oct. 29, 1895
Stmr Coptio Nov. 28, 1895
Stmr City of Peking Dec. 28, 1895
For BAN FRANCISCO:
Steamers of tho above Companies will
call at Honolulu on thoir way from
Hongkong and Yokohamn to the above
port on or nbout tho following dates:
Stmr City of Bio do Janeiro
Stmr Oliino October 0, 1895
Stmr Coptio Nov. C, 1895
Stmr City of Poking. . . .Deo. 0, 1895
Stmr Coptio Jon. 15, 1898
Stmr China Feb. 2-1, 1890
Rates of Passage are as follows:
TO TOKO- TO HONO
Cabin S1D0.00 8175.00
Cabin, round trip, 4
months 225.00 262.50
Cabin, round trip, 12
months 2G2.50 816.25
European Steerage.... 85.00 100.00
ISTPnasongers paying full faro will bo
allowed 10 percent off return faro it re
turning within twelve months.
SSfFor Freight and Passngo apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Gonsoliflatea Sofia Water Co., L'i
Corner Allen & Fort Sts., Honolulu.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Pacific Trading Co.
WHOLESALE AND EETAIL
Japanese Goods I
EOS Fort Street.
coiitructR for tlio application
miy of iho IhIiiikIh, All con-
Kin'I!l''P fliiK tklit fur Milu liiu
Pacific Mail Steamship Co. -
h. 0. A1IUCB,
H, 1, WAI10N,