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OUR MARINE NEWS.
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
AHOTHRK COAI. VKKHEIi ARHIVRU
Steamer Kmhk Vault at later-InUnd
Wharf-raniencera anil Carsoea
Tlic S S Hlo Jc Janeiro te due from San
Francisco on Thursday.
The tcnmer V 0 Halt for Maul and Ha
il all, sails tomorrow at 10 a m.
The bark Cc) Ion, 80 days from Nanalmo,
arrived yesterday with a cargo of coal.
Sujrnr from the steamer Claudlnc Is being
stored on l'aelttc Mall wharr for the ship
Tho Iwrkctitlnc Irmcard received sucar
from the steamers Iwnlutil and Lehua In tho
Tovioiir.ow, Tuesday High tide lirge.
llii'i pm; high tide small, Ir&lntn; low tide
large, 4:oo pm; low tide small, 5.4 jam
Early Sunday mornlnir, tlio night watch
man loitud the little steamer Kaena hud
sunk Hlongiddu the wharf. It Is thought the
accident was caused by a alve couuected
with the eoiidcnscr bcliuc left open. The
Kactm was formerly known as tho Walma
nalo, and u us recently purchased by tho In-tcr-Islond
Steamship Company from Captain
Calnay, who Is still In command. The work
ff rallng her was begun tlds morning, under
tlic superintendence of Capt. Campbell.
Strong liulrting tackle was attactied to tho
masts of tho ship 0 V 8argent, ljlng along
side, by means of which she Is being raised.
' At noon she had been lifted several feet.
Ron DAT, April 19.
Bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from Nanilmo.
Stmr Claudlnc, Cameron, from Maul.
Stmr WnMcttlc, l'arkcr, from Hawaii.
Stmr I.eliuu, Nye, from Hawaii.
8tmr .Inmes Makce, I'cterson, from Knual.
Stmr Iwalanl, (Jrcgorv, from Hawaii.
SATrmiAV, Apr 18.
Ilk Albert. Orlllllhs, for San FranclKCo.
Schr Transit, Jorgtnson.forSan Francisco.
Sclir KniilKcnoult. lor Koholatclc.
Stmr Knunl, llruhn, for Kauai.
Stmr Mlkaha'a, Hagluud, for Kauai.
Stmr J A Cummins, Ncllcon, for Oahu
Stmr Mokolil, Hllo, for Moloknl, Maul
Stmr .Tames Makce, Peterson, for Kapaa,
VKSSKL3 LKAVINO TOMORROW.
Stmr W O Hall, Slmersnn, for .Maul and
Wf.ur.Na KltS ARRIVED
Per tir Claudlnc, April 10 R SnrcrkeM,
Mrs 11 Kolotnoku nml A children, Miit I'Ua
Wight, V A Vetiescn. C Tueh, S Fukuda,
Kcv S Takahashl, 8 Aliml, Wong Jug Sung,
It A Druinmond, N K Snltlln, D Kahaulello,
J 8 MeCandless, and 75 deck.
From ICniial, per stmr lvrauliou, April IS
Dr C C Suriiiniiii, J M Litigate, and 7 deck.
mins oi' Tin; tir.votii;i'io..
Continued from 1st Page.
"Amorica," "Libortns ot Fntriti ''
(dedicated to tho Society), nud tho
hymn o two nntious composed
for tho Arbitration Lenguo o tho
United .States, whieh was sung at
its convntion and lately rpro- i
duced in full in tho BuM.rriN.
Mra. Clia. Turner (".Miss Ainu's
Montttgiio") also sang a , solo.
Psalm til was road responsively. '
Itov. Mr. Birnio took for 'his
text Exodus .iii., !: "And it
shall be, when thy son askoth
thoo in timo to coino, saying,
Vlmt is this? that thou slmlt say
unto him, By strength of hand
tho Lord brought us out from
Egypt, from tho house of bond
age." Ho touched on tho events
comimMiuirnted nud urged fathers
to teach thca important matters
of history to thoir chiHrPii, not
impressing them with tho fact
that tho Ainoricnnu defeated tho
British but with the principles for
which their fathers fought. Tho
fight" was not expected but it had
to coino. It was foreordained in
tho evolution of liboitj. '1 ho
preacher quoted Franklin, Aduius
and other ominout men of those
times as disclaiming, only a fow
months before the outbreak, any
idea of bepr.rulion. in conolunion
tho .protieiiuv made tin eloquent
pica for the cettloment of disputes
between nations especially Chris
tian nutiins by pptiwiul arbitra
tion. The truft ioroigti iniiMiou
ilrj work of today wan to put into
operation holwemi nations tlumi
pi'll'i iplfa of civil liberty that now
exist between man and man.
lit tl ropoiidivo Bible reading
of llm boiiH of tho BuvoIiUioh'm
Hfli'vhie, tho printed onlor niade
tho iitinplo say, "This is tho uin
oration' of thmn that Mink him,
thill Hj,Ui,V fall O ilauob." Homo
of the (joiiKniyalioii worn olnuivi
to tuka 'tliiiHiU" tin If it wo I II (hi!
rlKhl llilntf. Ah 'Mnuob" In tint
imwHtf hTiiihU for tlio Alnmn,
lb muiiriiil Hlvp UjM rpiwiiB
iilii torn, 'I'lia hwdlinji Ad
yrtir, ll l mamt rpmklh
1 Three Fine Reldenco Sites at Maklkl,
commandiug a magnificent view of the city
' Five Cottages on Qneen street, with lot
room for 8 more cottages. A good paying In
vestment. Will pay ocr 1? percent.
3 Two Stores on Nuuanu street.
4 Four Lots on Magazine Hill, 75x120.
FromtUW to $500 each.
S Ouo Lot ou Huckfeld street, 0x100.
C A Choice Residence on Lunalllo street,
having id I modem Improvements.
7 A Deslruhlo Residence at Makiki.
Grounds well laid out. Easy terms.
8 Four Houses and Lots on Punchbowl
street, all reuttd at a monthly rental of $103.
This property is 240 feet on Punchbowl strcc,
with a uepiu oi .--' icei running 10 uie urui
ground" or armory, w HU a frontage on same
for 1 orS more cottages. Tho central loca
tion or die property mokes it raoU available.
0 House and Lot on Klnau street. Lot
70x11! it This property lll be sold at cost
and 1 an excellent bargain for a home seeker,
The house Is elegantly finished and of the
best workmanship and materials. Thcro l a
carrlnge house and b.im on the premises and
the yard Is well laid out with fruit and orna
10 A Fine Residence centrally located,
containing i." rooms. Lot l3(ix!MU ft. Two
small cottages on tho lot bringing In good
113!) acies ofl.and In Kallhl valley, (Wal
klki side). A nt lenm of water Hows along
this land. A bargain Price J750,
Hi SO Acres of llest Cofleo Land In Puna.
Hawaii, B"vcn miles Irom Rep. Rycroll's
Largo Colleo PlunUtlon. Tho above land
Is held In fee simple. Also, B0 years lease on
J.W acres atHpinlng above with a privilege of
15 years more. Price f .',000.
18 An Elegant Residence on Lunalllo
street, containing 13 rooms, with electric
light tixluresatul all modem toilet convenien
ces. There are servants' rooms, stables, etc,
etc, on tho premises. Lot containing 100,000
square teet nicely laid Out and planted with
fruit and shade trees.
14 A Coicmodlous Residence on Hasslngcr
street, llttcd with ail modern conveniences. Or
will trade lor suburban property.
15 House and Lot, on Wilder avenue.
House contains t bedroom, parlor, dining
room, pantry, kitchen, bath-room, servants'
room, and stables for tw o horses. Lot US by
It House and Lot on lleretunla street.
House contains 0 rooms, and all modern con
veniences. Lot 85x115.
17. Fine Residence on licretanla street.
For further partlculars-lnqulrc at my olllce.
18 A House and Lot on Young street.
Notice: I can Negotiate Loans on any of
the aboe property lor purchasers desiring
same at from .0 to 75 per cent of tho Value.
XPov .Sale or Leayc-
I Two Stores ou Nun inn st, opposite Ku
kill lane, alo three lodging houses in the
rear of sal J stores containing 10 rooms In all.
I rutnlshed Room on Kmmn square.
2 CoJtagiMinCluecn. street.
8 Store on Nuuauu street.
4 Store on King street near Fort street.
5 Olllce. Room on King street near Fort
(1 Warehouse ou Ksplanadc.
7 A Cottage on Vouug street, containing
r rooms, puulry and bath. Rent f 15 per
8 A Residence ou Kin mi street. House In
good repair falmost now) and having alt mo
dern Improvements. A burn and carriage
iiouee on tho premises.
1 To rent a Home centrally located, hav
ing three oi dun buhoimis.
2 To rent a Smalt Cottage of three rooms,
centrally loejted, sultublo for olllce.
!l To purchase a Residence convenient to
car Hues in viclti'ly of Thomas Square or
Lunalllo st. Must contain nine or ten rooms.
4 To buv a Lot In the vicinity of Maklkl,
125 by U00 feet or moiv.
5 To buy a Lot centrally located, 75 by
125 feet or more.
(1 To buy 111 or 15 acres or Coffee Land
planted with two year old Coffee trees In
A. V. GEAR,
C09 King street.
Ispropiicd to furnish
to ottler for 1S0U.
rtLL OOODij SOI.t) TO A (JUAltANTID
roJUMULA Oil ANALYSIS.
Soluble nml dTftllnlilo riimpliiirlo Aclili
gttlplmtu ot AmmoiiLi,
Enljilinlu of 1'oiosli, '
Uorol Ltiiiu filnnu,
L'IiBiitelopni I'Uli flUBiin.
In Quan'titioK to Suit,
V "JftTigsllgIt8tl (or fulH 1
Stoamors ot tho nbovo Lino running in connection with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Botween Vancouver, B. O., and Bydnoy, N. S. "Wy and colling at Victoria, B. O.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
AEE 3DTJ-E j&rp KCOnSTOHiTJ-IjTr
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
From Sydney and Suva, for Victoria and
Vancouver. II. C.t
Stmr "MIOWEItA," April 15
Stmr "WAltKIMOO" May 1G
Stmr"MIOWEltA' Juno 15
Thrnugli Tickets iHsnctl from Honolulu to Cnnndn,
United States nnd Utiropc.
FHEICIHT ANU rABSENOEIl AGENTS!
D. MoNicoiiL, Montreal, Canada.
IlonniiT KEitn, Winnipeg, Cnnadn,
M. M. 8ten, Snu Francisco, Col.
Q. Mali. Biiown, Vancouver, B. O,
A Naturally Boiled
Water, pronounced by
people who know, to bo
tho best on tho market.
This water received the
very highest award at
the . .
As a Table Beverage
is a favorite and easily
l'ealls all other Mineral
Waters. . . .
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Wholesale nnd Botnil Agonts for
tin H.'ivviiip lulnndq,
DIVISION, ETC, ETC,
At the World's Co
tho Comj'To.mkti;ii rc
eaivud tho higlu-st
nward on adding and
jj'Ciill nruund nnd
son thin tjmo-Piiviug
A, V. GEAR,
Atfuiit fr tli II'iwhIIhii U.
From Victoria anil Vancouver, it. C, to
Suva anil Syilnevi
Stmr "MIOWEH A" May 8
Stmr "WAMUMOO" Juno 7
Stmr "MIOWEItA" 3nyS
tST For Freight and Pnssngo and all
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for tho Ilnwaiian Islands.
Occiflental & Oriental Steamsliip Co.
'J fa Vi
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG:
Steamers ot tho above. Companies rill
coll at Honolulu on their way to tho
above iorts on or about tho followinR
Stmr Doric May 10, 1890.
For HAN FRANCISCO:
Steamers of tho nbovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from
HoukUuuk and Yokohnma to tho above
port on or about tho following dates:
Stmr Hio do Jauoiro ...April 23, 1890
Rates"! Passage are as tolfows:
TO TOKO- TO HONG
Cabin .....S1DO.0O 8175.00
Cabin, round trip, 4
mouths 225.00 202.50
Cabin, round trip, 12
months 262.50 010.25
Europe Sleerugo.... 85.00 100.00
tiT"PabseuKers paying full faro will bo
ollowed 10 percent off return faro if re
turning within twelve mouths.
CSjTor Freight and Tassogo apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Wildcr's Steamship Go's
C. L. WIGIIT, Pres. S. 11. KOSE, Sco.
I Cupt. J. A. KING, PortSupt.
Will leave Ilonolnln at 10 a. m., touching nt
Liiktunu, Jlnnlaon liny nud MnVeun tho
hhiqo day; Mnhukouii, Knwnihno nml Luu
pnlioohoo tho following tiny, arriving nt
llllo tho Biimo ovcuiug.
lkaviib nosoi.nirj. AnRlVUH HONOLULU.
Friday Apiil 24 Tuesdny,.,
Tnt'rtdny liny "
y. . . .
Tucsiiny, . ,
Friday My 22
Returning, will lenvo Ililo nt 1 o'clock
r. m., tonulitug at Laupahoehoo, Mnhu
kouii nud Kiiwuilmc uuu.o dny; llnkona,
MuiiliU'a K,iy nud Lnliniun tho following
day; nrnvitjg nt Honolulu tho oftcrnoouu
,of luoridny nud Fridays.
fiSJJiii Freight will bo received nftcr
12 nortn ou day of sailing.
Will leuvo llonululu Tuesday nt C v. si ,
tuiichiug nt Kalmlni, Iluiin, Hniuon uud
lupiiliutu, .Maul, l-eturniug nnivt'H ut
Ifuiiululu Sinidny iiioriiingH.
Will cull nt Nuu, Knupu, on second trip
of ench mouth.
jCVNci I'lelglit ill be received nf lor
v. m. on itrty of bulling.
This Company will rturvm tho right to
mnko chnngei in tho tiino of dupnrture nnd
in rival of its stenmu.H without notice uud
it will not bo rcHpoiiHiblu for any connc
(jiU'iiot'H niiHiug thoiefroiu.
ConMuunuh must bu lit tho I.nndlncH to
receive Ihoir Fifigliti thin Coinpnuy will I
not lioMlt'wif HMpomiioie for ftolght ufttr
it him been lauded.
Lio Stock only nt owner's risk.
This Company will not bo UMpnuxihlti
for Minify or Valuables of pahxungors
uiiIkhm plaoctl in tlm ciiio of Parwin.
l'at.(iiiHcm a hi riiuoiteil to litiruhnxa
tliiketx lKfiii (nibarklii. TIiomi faillnu to
do ho will bo mibject to nil additional
clinigo of twinty-llvu pur wnit.
o. :b. dwjght,
Dot's nil ldmln of Work In
Unmont tt Stono SMIownlko & Giirlilnrj
lln ihj mi IiiujiI ii Inruo Hiiiiiiiv or
I lllllllllil lUIMI. III II II I UMU'B UIUIUU
I WliJI"T yiiiMjji'ii ni"i !""!-
)w iiriMg fwl
Pacific Mail Skani; Do
ED. A. WILLIAMS,
(Successor to C. E. Williams, H. H. Williams & Co.
and Williams Bros.
Pioneer Furniture Warerooms,,
Pianos for Sale, Hire and Moved. Chairs for Rent.
Undertaker and Embalmer,
Tombstones and iiNXoniiments.
itcsidenco nnd Night Tci. sic. 611 KING- STBEET, Tel. 179. .
Wk'kk What "Wk Auveutisk
and Just as Beprkskntkd.'
Wo arc Pacemakers on
For Sn Francisco:
Tho New' nnd Fiuo Al Steel Steamship
" Monowai "
Of tho Oeennio Steamship Uompimy will
bo duo nt Iluuolnlu from Sydney nnd
Auoklnnd on or nbout
April 30, 1896.
And will linvo for tho nbovo jiort with
MnilB mid PnsoeugorB on or nbout that
fur Sydnty and Mickiapd:
Tho Now nnd Fiuo Al Steel Stenmsliip
" Mariposa " .
Of tho Ocenilio Stenmsliip Company will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Snu Frnncisco
on or nlxmt
May 7, 1890.
And will hno prompt despatch with
Mails und l'nssengers for tho nbovo ports.
Tho undersigned nro now prepared
Through TIekots to All Toints
in tho United States.
SVFor further particulars regarding
Fi eight or Passago apply to
WM. G. IRWIN &C0., L'd,
Arrive Honolulu Lenvo-IIonolulu
from S. F. for B. F.
Mnyl. 180(1 May l, 1390
May 21), 1890 Jui.0 :i, 1890
From Han Friinoisco
From Sydnuy for
Mwripoitn, Mny 7, '00 I Moiwwnl.Apr.no.'OO
lijimt tin I )iimg!iL slid in
JJoiiiiMi. . . i
Oceanic Steisi Co.
Australia! Mail Sat.
Oceanic Steamsmi) Co.
Wo mnko a fcapecialty of Shoes.
It's our business.
Wo propose to give nioro
Value, Stylo and Comfort
Than anybody else enn or will.
Mctaus blioc ..
405 Fort Street.
A LIFE SIZE
One Doaen. Photos, of tho Bitter
Only lo.OO '
BT Is tho LATEST CTFER wo hnvo
Portrait and Landscape
H. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in.Town
-jl'gzi &xiuL Coffee
AT ALIj HODItH.
THE FINEST MtANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Eagle -:- House
(Jno. McLuan, Prop.)
Nuuauu Ab., bttwi'cn licretanla and School
Por Dny, . . .
Por Wook . .
. . S1.C0
. . 9.00
llooius to lut without bouril if pnfunod;
7V 1uiiu!iik ovory Sutiiulay with Kn
wiUliuu Ciloo Club iu attunduueo.
A. I'AMIIA' IIOTIih,
T. ICroviH. ... 2Tro.
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