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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 23, 1890.
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Coniliilttoc ol Amorlcnu HI col luff
Abnudoit Joint Program.
At a Bpcoinl mooting of tbo gen
eral committoo on the Fourth of
July, celebration, ihold at the
Arlington last night, tho resigna
tions of Dr. McGrow and A. V.
Gear wore road and accopted.
Both declined to aot on account
of tho decision of tho committee
to mako tho American day moroly
"an adjunct to a Hawaiian cele
bration." Later tho decision protested
against by tho resigned mombors
was reconsidered, ond after a
sharp discussion it was decided to
. rovcrso tho action. Accordingly
tho following program wns adopt
ed for tho American colobration:
Ball Friday evening, July Ikl,
at Iudepoudenco Park.
Salutes, morning and ovening
of July Fourth.
Literary exorcises aud basket
picnic at Independence) Park.
This leaves the sports and tho
fireworks to bo looked after by tho
committee of Hawaiian citizens
arranging tho dotaihi of tho Ha
In tho meantime tho ball com
mitteo resigned because it had not
been voted enough money. This
was harmoniously settled by an
additional vote of SUoO, making
tho amount for tho bull ooOO.
Appropriations wero recast, div
iding tho S1I575 among tho various
JOHN I KlMtj:'Ki:i,S.
Will jp Hip National ('oiiiHiKK-finiiu
Immediately after the arrival
of the California delegation at St.
Louis on Juno 15th n caucus wns
held at which the following ap
pointments wore made:
National committeeman, John
D. Spreckols: member of commit
tee on platform and resolutions,
A. B. Lommon of Santa Hosa;
member of committeo on ordor of
business, O. A. Halo of San Jose:
member of committeo on rules
and permanent organization,
Frank 11. Short of Fresno; ltiujn
bor of committee to reprebont Ca
lifornia in notifying the president
of his nomination, Frank Miller
of lliversido; vice president of tho
convention for California, U. S.
Grant of San Diego.
fe m 9 i
Rev. Bon Dillon delivered a lec
turo on "Phrenology aud Physio
logy " before a goodly audiouco at
tho Christian church last night.
Ho gave an interesting resume of
tho science of head aud faco read
ing, with anecdotes illustrating
its value in directing young peo-.
pie's carcors in life. Mr. Dillon
stroncly assorted his boliof that
there- was mora good than evil in
human naturo, and denied tho
doctnno that men wore born
this, that aud tho other
tiling, good and bad. This
evening ho will lecture on tho
"Animality of Man," following
tomorrow evening with tho ''Div
inity of Man." Mr. Dillou is an
attractive platform speaker, whoso
eormou Sunday evening and lec
ture yesterday ovouing wero great
ly enjoyed by all who heard them.
After the lecture ho road the
heads of a lndy and a gontlomun
from tho audience.
Tho'ProBidont Bent tho follow
ing nominations to the Senate:
Navy Captain Goorgo Dewey, to
bo Commodore; Fraud's A.' Cook
to bo Captain; LimitpnantCom
mandor Charles 'J', ilutchins, to
New Building, Esplanade,
Opposite Sailors' Ilumc.
A WEEK'S PERFORMANCE
Commencing June 25th.
ADMISSION: Mo and .2-jl for
adults. 25o and .10c for child
ren. IfSu Gate opqiiB at 0 p. m',
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A.lir.RICA.V SI! II' TO LOAD NUUAIl
roit HEW YORK.
Hark Jeawle Oaborue and Ilitrkeutlne
Irmg-iinl Suit Todny V. 8. 8.
Chnrlentoii Other Nen.
Tlia S S CiiiUnKoiiB arrived' at Yokohama
ou Juno 0.
Tho Kinau will be due fiom Hawaii aud
Sailors from the U 8 8 Adams landed for
shore drill this morning.
The British hark Jete Osborno galled in
ballast for Hojal Hoads today.
The bark Santiago arrived nt San Francisco,
18 days from Hilo, on June 10.
TIlO OA A MflrlntlBfl l ilnn (mm tlm Pnln
nlcs en route to San Francisco on Thursday
The harkcntlnc Iimgnrd with n carso of
numir suncu louay, pouna tor tlio Uoluen
On the nrrlval of tho Australia yesterday,
the ship Commodore had to haul out In the
ToMoiutow IHsli tide large, 3:40 n m;
nltsh tide small, 2:25 p m; low tide large, 7.50
am; low tide small, 11:10 n ni.
I. Iiri-Iim, nil able seamin, was washed
overboard from the bark gnutlnco and clrow n
ed, on June 10, In lat 87.-37 N aud long 121 V.
A large silk flat; and n Ionic homeward
bound pennant floated lit the breeze lrom the
mlzzen-mait ol tho U 8 S Charleston, which
leaves lor San Francisco today.
Yesterday afternoon, the O S 8 Australia,
11 C lioudletto commander, arrived, having
left San Francisco Juno 10 at 10 a m Shu
brought 31 cablu and IK stccrago pasengers,
M bags or mall, and a general cargo. the
hrt V4 hours out. llsrht to mniti-r.ite n w
I HrSMC? wcru cxiicrleiiccd, thenco to port
Hunt XL winds, and Hue weather. Time of
voyage 0 days 3 hours.
Tho American ship Tllllo E Starbuck, 1031
tons burden. Captain E Curtis, 14 days from
l'orlhind, Oregon, arrived today, having
I cleared the Columbia ou June It. dminlly
weilhernnd variable winds were experienced
, during tlu first part "of tho vojage, but near-
, 111. the Inlands the trade winds wiirn rminlit
.i iuv i-argci, consisting mostly of feed stuir
ami bos .hooks, wus brought. Tho Starbuck
LVL-ntly mode n record trip from Niv York
to l lie Columbia, In loS days, the best pre
vlous record being llo days. Captain Curti
Is accompanied by his lamlly and one pas
wwer. After discharging, tho ship will lo.id
sugar Tor .New Tork.
Tuesdat, Juno 23.
Am ship Tllllo E Starbuck, Curtis, from
Tdesdav, Juno 23.
Stmr V O Hall, Slmcrson, for Maul and
Stmr LIUlike, UMr, forOlowalu, Mahuko
ua, l'uaiiliau, Koholalele, Kokalauand Ooka
la, at 4 pin.
Stmr Kcauhou, Thompson, for Kllauca
Kulihinai mid Han del.
Stmr Mlkaha'a, Haglund, for Kauai ports.
Stmr Claudlne, Cameron, for Maul, ports.
Kk Jissle Osborne, l'agc, for Koyal.ltoads.
ltktn Irmgnrd, Schmidt, for San Fianclsco.
U 8 S Charlestou, Collin, for San Fran
cisco. I'ASfJKNGEltS AltltlVED.
From San FrancUeo, per stmr Australia,
Juno aj V Andrews, Miss M E Borlite, D E
Uortrie. C It Cuitls, Dr Win It ochrano and
wife. Hou S M fJamon, Miss M E Denis. Miss
G Ensign, Mhs I. (Joldstclu, (Jul FLGuen
ther. USA, Miss Guenther. A Gartcnberg.
wife uud sou. T M Starkey, K A Jacobs, M U
JolniMin, I. Kahlbaum, Kuv J 1' l.ytton, Mrs
Capt II U Houillette. A L Loulnjon, Geo I.y.
cuigus, J T .MeGrew, .Mrs Mackcm-Ic, Col
U in Iuedonald, 7. K I'.uighorii and wile, Jus
11 J'ratl uud wife. .Mrs Hasimi8cn and child,
F 11 ltoiuo and wile, II O Schmidt, E F
Schmidt, Miss It Schmidt, AdJ 1. M Simon
eon, wjfoand2chlldreu, Jiiuils N 'Suydam,
Chas 1 Sujdam, James Wakefield and wife,
S Wal.cllUd, Geo S Waierhoust-, V L Whit
uey, Mm Dr Wood and child, Lieut F A
Wiluer, U & X, t Witkowskl, 1'hlllp Wil
liams and wife
For Maul and Hawaii, per 6trar V G Hall,
June S3 Geo II Itohertson, J N Keola and
wlte, GeoFoisjth. K W AtMnson, Mrs G J
Cuiupiivll mid rhildri-n, Mil (; Grcentvell,
Miisli-1-Grctiinell, It W Mejer uud wife, Miss
VMuitr, Mauler W Mejcr, A Ho 'king, Col
Xonls C It Wells, E Dow-sett. TCForsjtli,
Mrs I'Cocki'tt, EH l'arls, W E Itowcll A
llanuli, tg, J JC Nnhnle, Vivian KichanUon,
Nut Mlnu-u, Ikeky Ihlhl, J MUha, S MatBU
iiinia, b lluga, unrt 'J deck pa-ssengers,
OAitaoca ntoM island roivra.
Kx ftmi Claiullue --47M bags sugar, IS.!'
bu putuiiiis. "VJ bags corn, lo h beans,
ol buu'i. binius, 5.1 li'ldei, 1 lmri-o, -! head cat
tle, IT. uvt and 171 pl.gs biiudries.
Ex stmr Hawaii: ViM hags sugir.
Ex stmr J A Cummins; 4'll bags sugar.
Ex stmr Ive.tulioa: 10J0 lj:igs ugar, 1 plge
E stmr .Mlkahla: C05J hags sugar, Wi
bag. i-lea, 8 bdls hUles, llo pks iuudrles,
Vj atrni ICn.ilj. I'Bt b.ig oiiar. .
Ex tmr Australia Geueiul merehandlo to
various eo usances.
Ks chip Tllllo E Starbuek1000 sks bailuv,
J50'J sks bran, 4'J.,ibI;b (uls, Ul2sl;s middlings,
-'31 bales huj, i)2 cmds wood, 'M va mdre,
20a ll's shlnglus, f50 bdls laths, 387 bills
Dox sliral.s. 'lo nrlous couslgncis.
I'm-hi; Ceylon. 1I.70J bags sugar, alued
at71,57l. Shipped as follow-: W (1 Irwin
ittCo, 15.077 bugs; MSGilnbaum A. Co,
I'er bktu Irmgard 1S.5S0 bags sugar,
valued at i-7r,04U ), and forekn prodiicu
vniutii ai jij. Hugiii-shipped us follows:
.muni iil f.u, nuiir siiiii-ii iisiuiiuwb: r
A helucfi r .t Co, fii"i b.-is; T 11 DiViLS it
Co, 5U2 bagi; 0 llruwer it Co, 43IIJ bjgs;
C'uatli it Cooke 3S70 Iinus.
a nciuut r .v co,
luui i: t,MJie libiU .taiin,
"Can yon ;ive mo oi ango foi
$ut'' iuquiri-d liiu unnully iinioou
nious fiiQiul.."Corluiiily," wan tho
iingmrdod-tisrti'r. '''l-'rion lwiul nm
thtco." WnhiuRton SLir
In accordance with Section 1, of Chapter
XtfVI of the Laws of 1880: . .
1 ' All persons. .holding, water privileges or
those paying water rates, arc hereby notified
that the water rates for the term ending Dec.
31, 1800, will be duo and payablo at thu olllce
ot the Honolulu Water Works, on the 1st day
of July, 1800.
All rates remaining unpaid for fifteen days
after they nro duo will bo subject to nn addl-
tlonal 10 percent.
Hates are payable nt the ofllco of tho Water
Works In tho Knpualwn Ilulldlng.
Supt. Honolulu Watci Works.
Honolulu, II. I., Juno IS, 1600. 330 14 1
It hns been tho wonder of
dealers hero what becomes of
all of the stoves imported to
Honolulu. Every vessel arriv
ing brings from one to eighty
(ours is tho eighty lot), nnd
vory few of tho stovo men
have old stock.
By our introduction of tho
'Jewel" Stoves and Ranges
the importation of stoves will
dimin:sh, at tho end of two
years. Wo say two years, be
cause by that time all other
mnkes of stoves will have
burnt or rusted out and
their places will bo taken by
URGEST5T0VE PLANflN THEWOrT
We buliovo our $1U Jewel
Stove is better than any on
tho market, as it has tho
Lurco Wide Ovens. OuiiA-
Handsome Carved Ornninonta
tion in Intost design.
Tin Lined Hoat Retaining Ovon
L.irgo Broad Ovon Sholf and
Nicltolod Oven Door Panola
and Towol Hod.
Largo End Wood -Peod Door.
Lour Continuous Fire Box for
Broad Smooth Hoarth Plate.
Heavy Covers and Contors.
Out Long Center that will not
Eoda proteotod from contuot
Out Top Plato that will not
Kickers for opening Ovon Door
Has .ovory essential feature for
a serviceable stove.
. Von Holt Building.
Clearance Sale !
Commencing Wednesday, July hi,
ffit . 2 WEEKS ONLY
To make loom for Now Ooods, all of my
titock of Merchandise HELOW COST.
GENTLEMEN'S Suits, Shirts, Hats, Shoes,
NecMIcs, Undent car, etc , nt h.ugalus.
LADIE.V Mnt-lln. Linen, ttiais CloHi, SUk,
Mats, Shoes, Umlenu-ar, etc , in (jreat
variety at pi Ices tliat will iutouUliou.
CHILDnENS' Complete Suits, etc., almost
XSf Come eaily and get your choice.
IG SING LOY,
inT-0 Kins St., near Custle & Cooke.
A Penny Saved
ZDo STc-u. "Want'
YoiirTlookH Writlen Vp, Your 1H1U JIailo
ut, yonrHn)'ie.. letters Written, Your
Hud DehlH Ojllteteir, nil for tho Miull sum
'f S5 per wol:, Worlr perforraod roguhir
ly, fiiithfnlly iinl 8-itisfiietorily. UiiKur-o-iiientHiujilu
by tho ilny, tvok or mouth.
JV Addiess n jiohtnl to "Conisi-.sros.
jikm," flonoluhi Poet ODlco, or ring up
Tun'iliono 92. 122lm
3 Two Btores on Nuuonu etreet.
4 Four Lots on Magazine Hill, 75x120.
From i2M lo $500 each.
5 Lot on Hackreld street, 80x100.
0 A Choice Residence on Lunalllo street,
having nil modern Improvements.
7 A Dcslrahlo Kesldcnco at Makikl.
Grounds well laid out. Easy terms.
8 Four Houses and Lots on Punchbowl
street, all rented nt a monthly rental of (105.
This property Is 24(1 feet on Punchbowl atree,
with u depth of 'Hi feet ruunlni; lo tho drill
ground or armory, with a frontage on same
for 4 or ft more cottages. The central loca
tion of tho property makes It moit available,
0 House nnd Lot on Klnau street. Lot
TOxllio ft. This property will he sold at cost
nnd Is an excellent Imrirnlu for a home Seeker,
Tho house Is elegantly llnlshed aud of tho
best ttorkmanshlp nnd materials. There Is it
carrlago house and barn on the premises and
the jnnl Is well laid out with, fruit and orna
10 .V FIno ltesldeuco centrally located,
containing : rooms. Lot ISOxliUO II. Ttto
email cottages ou tho lot bringing In good
113(1 Acres of Land In Kallhl valley, (Wal
klki sldo). A stream of water llotvsnlong
this laud. A bargain
13 SU Acres of Hest CofTeo Land In Tuna.
Hawaii, seten miles from Hep, ltycioa's
Largo Collco l'lantiMlon. The above land
'is held In fco simple. Also, ail Jears leaso on
150 aeies adjoining above wltun prhllego o(
15 years more, l'rlco 52,000.
13 An Elegant ltesldeuco on Lunalllo
street, containing 111 rooms, ttlth electric
light fixtures and all uiodern toilet coin cnien
ccs. Thero arc servants' rooms, stnblcs, etc,
etc, on the premises. Lot containing KW.OCO
square teet nicely laid out nnd planted with
fruit aud shade trees.
14 A Commodious Residence on Hnsslngcr
street.tltted with nil modern conveniences. Or
will trade lor suburban pioncrty.
M House and Lot on Ileretauln street.
House contains 1) rooms, and all modern con
veniences. Lot H.-)iH5.
17. Flno Hcsldenec on Ueretnula street.
For further purllenluis Inquire nt my olllce,
IS. A House aud Lot on Young street.
l'J Ilouso nnd Lot corner Victoria and
Ileretanla streets, opposite Thomas square,
house coutelns 0 rooms. Size of lot lOorJUO.
!il House and Lot on Young street near
the residence ol the Kev. Mr. Hyde. Lot
110x140. Houcu contains eight rgoms.
S3 Small House and Lot on Keaumuku
street. Lol CUxlOU.
S3 1'carl City Property.
S4--Deslrable Tract of Coffeo Land on Ha
v.all. 25 Two Stores on Nuuanust,oppostto Kb
kul lane, also three lodging houses In the
rear of said stores containing o rooms In all.
The nhot o pays 10 per cent, and Is Ieasid to
responsible parties torn terms of years.
20 A most Desirablo Homo on Thurston
nvomie, Large ground) nnd beautiful llow
cr garden; house furnished tbronghont in
hard wood with all latost improvouieutsi
Ecelleut viow of tho city and ocean, nnd
ouo which OjUinot bo cut off.
27 i Largo Lot mid Commodious Dwel
ling on Green Street, commanding nn un
obstructed view of tbo city nud liarboY. No
choicer rcsidenco in to be bad iu tho city
oven by tho most fastidious.
28 A New House ot sotcn rooms with
electric lights throughout, bath, patent V
O, servants' quarters and stables. Ono block
from car line at Punnliou.
20- Only twelve of those Lots left near
Kamehainclia school, fi ora $35o to f floo each.
B0 Two Houses nnd Lots on Llliha street.
31 An 18 Aero Tract of Land at Kallhl
suitable for dividing up Into building lots.
33 A House nnd Lot on Alakca street.
83 A Beautiful Ilulldlng Lot at Kallhl,
lOoxSOO, cleared, fenced and water laid on.
34 A Gently Sloping .Lot on Thurston
avenue, 240x123, having u frontage on Green
street of 105 feet, and commanding a bird's
eye view of the city and harbor.
35 A Lot on Alexander street, adjoining
residence ofClaus Spreckols.
80 Elegant Ueach Property at Wnlklkl.
Notice: I cap Negotiate Loans on any of
tho above property lor purchasers desiring
same at from 50 to 75 per cent of tho value.
4 Storo on King street near Fort street.
5 Oillce Iloom on King street near Fort
0Varehouso on Esplanade
7 A Cottage on Young street, containing
5 rooms, pantry and hath. Itcnt ?15 per
10 A Storo on Fort sticct next to Club
11 Cotlao of a rooms, btnblcs, etc, on
Klnau street, with right of way through to
car Hue on Beretanla.
1 Four or Flvo Houses for good tenants.
2 To rent a House centrally located, hav
ing three or four bedrooms
3 To purchase n Residence convenient to
car lines In vicinity of Thomas Square or
Lunalllo st. Must contain nlno or ten rooms.
4 To buy a Lot In tho vlelultt of Makikl,
125 by 200 feet or more.
5--To buy a Lot centrally located, 75 by
125 feet or more.
. (J To buy II) or 15 acres ol Collco Land
planted with two jcar old Collco trees In
7 To trade a good paying business for a
House uud Lot tallied at about $2500.
A. V. G-EAR,
274-tf 000 King street.
THE UNOKR-nONED DOING BUSI
ncsH at Pineapple planters In Mnuoa, ilono.
lulu, Island of Oaliu, under the name of
Bun Hop Mug Company hat o this lSlh day
of June, fS'.itl, sold their Inteiest In their
Pineapple Plantation to Tone Ynn, who
assumes all debts and ' Hab!lltle; and nil
debts owing to 6ald Sun Hop Sing Co. will
bo.collectcd by said Tout Ynn
Houoluiu, Juno 18, 1690. 333-lw
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Steamers of thd abovo Lino running in connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, B. O., nnd Sydney, N. S. W nnd calling at Victoria, B. O.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
From 9;lnejr and Suv, for VIctorli. nnd
Vancouver. II. C.t
Stmr "MIOWEItA" Juno 24
Stmr "WAltniMOO" July 24
Stmr "MIOWEItA" August 21
Stmr "WARRIMOO" September 21
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Gmindn,
United States and Ktirone.
OTiEIdllT AUD rASSKNOEtt AOBNTM:
D. MoNicoiib, Montreal, Canadu.
lloiiEitT Kititn, 'Winnipeg, Cnnndn.
M. JL 8TKnN, Son Frnnciaco, Oal.
Q. MoL. BnowK, Vnncouvcr, K. O.
Australian Mail Service,
For San Francisco:
Tho Now nud Fino Al Steel Stenmnhip
" Mariposa "
Of the Ocemiio Htcnmsliip Compnny will
ho duo at Honolulu from Sydney nnd
Auckland on or nbout
Juno 25, 1896.
And will lenvo for tho r.bovo port with
Muils and rnssengers on or nbout thnt
For Sydney anil Auckland:
Tho Now nnd Fine Al Sleo Steamship
Of tho Ocennio Stcntnahip Company will
ho duo nt Honolulu from San Frnncinco
on or nbout
July 2, 1896.
And will hnvo prompt despatch with
iMuils and Passengers for tho above ports.
Tho undersigned nro "now prepared
TJiroiiKh Tickets to All Points
in tho L'nitcil Mtiitcs.
C35For further pnrticnlnrs regarding
Freight or PasEngo apply to
WM.-G. 1HWIN &C0., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
rrivo Honolulu Lenve Honolulu
from S. F. for S. F.
Juno 22, 181)0 Juno 20, 180G
July 17,1890 July 20, 1890
From Ban Frnnoiaco From Sydney for
for Sydney. San Franoiaco.
Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Alameda, July 2. '(10 I Mariposa,June25'90
Mariposa, July30,'00 Mouowai,Jnly23,98
A LIFE SIZE
Qno Qasca Philas of tho Sitter
riTIs tho LATEST OFFEll we have
Portrait and Landscape '
Fort St. Opp. Pantheon Stables,
Our Scissors aro sharp; our
Razors ftro bright; wo Shave
equally well by day or by
FRANK PAOIIECO, Propr.
Oceanic SteaisMD Co
From Victoria and Vancouver, II. C to
Suva and Syrinevl
StuirMIOWEIU' July 10
Sttur"WAMUMOO"..,: Augnst 10
Stmr "MIOWEHA" September 10
Stmr " WAHIUMOO" October 10
EST" For Freight and Fnssngo nnd nil
Genoral Information, apply to
THF.0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Atronts for tho Hawaiian Islands.
mk 111 Skanif k
OcciileiKal & Omnia! SteamsMp Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG J
Stenmorn of tho nlioYo (companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the
nhovo ports ou or about tho following
Stmr Coptii June 22, 1890
8tmr Gaelic July 0, lb!0
Stmr Uity of Toking July 18, 1S9G
For SAN FRANCISCO:
Steamers of tho nhovo Companies will
call nt Houoluiu on . their way from
Hongkong and Yokohama to tho nhovo
port ou or nhout tho following elates:
Stmr City of Toklng Juno 28, 1890
StrurPorlo July 0, 1800
Ktmr Bclgio July 21, 1890
Rates of .Passage are as follows:
TO TOKO- TO ItONa
Cnhin 81G0.00 8175.00
Onhin, round trip, -1
months 225.00 2G2.50
Cabin, round trip, 12
months..., 262.50 810.25
European Stecrnf-o. . . . 85.00 109.00
ESTPas-Pcugere paving full fare will bo
nllowcd 10 nercent off return faro if re
turning within twclvo months.
C3JFor Froight nud Passage apply to
K. HACKFELD & CO.,
VViiders Steamship Go's
O. L. WIGIIT, PreT 8. B. ROSE, Sco.
Capt. J. A. KING, Port Supt.
Will loavo Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching at
Lahulnn, Maalaen Bay and M.ikcnn tho
Bume by; Jlnlmltonn. Knwniliao and Lau
pnboeuoa ho following day, arriving at
Hilo tho Bamo ovening.
L2AVIS IIONOtCt.U. ABBIVES UONOLULC.
"Friday..., Juno 20
Tnesdiiy, July 7
Piiday. July 17
Tuesday, . . .Juno 23
Friday,...:. .July 3
Tuesday,.. ..July 14
Friday, July 21
Returning, will leave Hilo at 1 o'clock
l. St., touching at Luupnhoehoo, Mahu
kona and Kawalhno gaiue dayj Mnkenn,
Maalnca Bay and Lalminn the following
day; arriving at Honolulu tho afternoons
of 'luesdny and FridoyB.
" Will call at Pohoiki, Pnnn.
lKo Freight will bo received after
12 uoou on day of snlllug.
Will lenvo Honolulu '1'uei.doy nt 0 v. m.
touching at Kahului, iliuiu, Hnuioiinud
Kipaliulu, Maui. Jtetumiug anives nt
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call nt Nuu, Kaupo, on second trip
of each month.
SrNo Froight will ho rccoivort nfler
r. ii. on day of sailing.
This Company will roscrves the right to
make changes in tho tiuio of depnrtum nnd
nrrivnl of its stenuieis without notice mid
it will not bo responsible for any conse
quences arising therefrom.
' Consignros must bo ut tho Landings to
roccivo their Freight; this Conipniiy will
not bold Itself responsible for ficigbt nfter
it hns been lauded.
ivo Stock only nt owner's risk.
This Company will not bo renponsiblo
for Money or Vnlunblcs of passengers
uuloss placed in tho cam ofPuisuis.
Passengers nro requested to purchase
tickets bofore embarking. Thote ailing to
do ho will bo subject to nn additional
charge of twenty.flvo per cent.
To Let or Lease. ,
THE -JESlDr-NOE OF MIW. A, LOKG,
ono nrllo from pottoulcev L irgo houso with
(uruituro. Four bed rooms, purlor, lingo
dining room, pantry, kitchen, bath rooms,
hot aud cold wuter, with patent closeta,
sorvnnt houses, stables, lioihe paddock,
gurdon ond ttws. A cliarming liHitliun.
Apply to J AM'UfcD JIaOOOK.
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