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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 25, 189G.
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4. 8. 8. MAniPUSA ARniVED LANT
Tlio Morulnt Stnr Mntlldn Arrlrcil
Willi Lnmber-il, H. flarlpoiu
nnil Ilnrk Frcno Otitnnnl.
The bark Fresno allcU Tor Tort Towuicnd
8 8 Mariposa sailed for tho Coast at 2:45
The Klnau will sail on her regular route to
mot row at 10 nm.
Tlio little schooner Ada, which kit llllo on
Tuesday, arrived this afternoon.
The Bhlp Commodore will sail for New
York the early part of next week.
lllll Williams told fairy stories to a small
audience on tho waterfront this morning.
Sugar Irom the Ktmta was tint Into the II F
Glade, and tho Transit received n part of the
Ivtalanl's cargo today.
TheSC Allen went to the Hnllroad wharf
this morning, the Commoaoro having hauled
over to Oceanic dock.
ToMonnott High tide large, 4:50 n tfl;
hlsh ttdosmatl, 4:15 p m; low tide hirgc, 0.17
a m; low tide small, .... i in.
The .1 A Cummins arrived In 31'stcrda)
with 12(H) hags Wulmanalo MU'ar. She leaves
agdiu today with 50 tons of coal.
'Ihe hark Mutllda with a cargo of lumber
from Port blakcly for Allen it ;lloblnson
arrived off port last night, and entered the
harbor this morning.
Mr. Harry Svvlnlon, who Is well ncriualnt-
ed with the Islands of the South Seas, goes as
mate on the Morning Star, which resumts
her voj age today, In place of tho sick man
The S 3 Mariposa arrived In the harbor last
night about 10 o'clock, being ahead ofschc
ilitlu time. Following Is the puiser'a rettoit:
S.illed fiotn Sjilney June 8, at 4 pin; sailed
from Auckland June HI at - ptn; sailed from
Apia Juno 17 at 4 pm. Had tine weather
throughout me vojage.
WKiiNnsKAY, June 24.
Stmr J A Cummins, NUIpoii, from O.1I111
O S S Mariposa, Haywurd, from the Colo
HI; Matilda, Swcnson, from l'ort lllakcly.
TiiuitsiUY, June 25.
jjtuir Iualanl, Smthe, fiom Hawaii.
8tmr Kacnn, Calway, from Claim ports.
Stmr Kaala, Thompcon, lrom CmIiu
Sebr Adi, from Hllo.
Wkdnksuav, Juno 24.
Stmr James Makce, Peterson, forKapao,
Schr Mol Wahlue, for Koholnklc.
Stmr Walaleale, fliegory, lor lluuiiapo and
Stmr Iwalanl, Smythe, for Honokaa and
Stmr Kaala, Tlimnpson, for Koloa.
StinrKocua, Calway, for Ouhu poits.
OSS Mariposa, llavvvard, for San Fran
Stmr J A Cuinmlus, Ntllsou, for Oahu
Uk Fresno, Underwood, for Fort Town
Am Mis steam packet Mottling Star, Gar
laud, for South Seas.
From Koolau, per stmr Kaala, June 23
From II.Hvai!, per stmr Iwalanl, June 25
r A ociiaeter, AKaha, anu 1 oick paseiigers,
T. .1... r........ - .1..... nhlnnen
r rUIll HIU VsUIUIUlTB, I'Vl Olllll ..luiniuou,
June 21 Colonel Santu Maria and wile, VV J
Heel;, Mr Agassis, Kdwlu Harrow, und 44
For San Francisco, per 8 S Mariposa, June
25 Miss Patch, Miss I'uuabl Judd, Mr MS
Grlubaum. W II Jones and wife, C II Brown,
Mrs E Mills, thu Misses Kenmdv, Mrs TG
Thrum and daughter, J K Jlcjnolds. Mr
Smith, II C Bates, Mrs Wumer, Mls Came
ron, Miss J Jeffers, S W Wilcox, KL Wllcov,
A B Ingalls, S Wltronskl, It It Illud and wife.
J Henton and wile, JIUs Wilght, Edwin W
Fuller, St O E Lasher, U S N, W T Terry, G
W Brown, Mrs A O Crandall,
VESSELS LEAVING TOM01IUOW.
8tmr Klnau, Clarke, for Maul and Ha
waii. 0AUG0E3 FHOM ISLAND POUTS.
Y.x stmr J A Cummins l'jna bags bugar. S
Kx stmr Kuena 700 bags paddy.
Exslmr Knala IS.VJ bugs sugar, 1U pkgs
llx stnu Iwalanl 45W bugs sugar.
Ex stmr Mariposa 511 diunis castor oil, S2
pkgs rmlee, 'J pkgs glas, lU'J es brandy, :i es
plants, 60 i-ks potatoes, 4(1 trateH unions. 2!'
cs limes. Contdgnue: W G lrln iV; Co, J
MaiMlfii, E W JOrd.m. V A Schuifcr & Co, E
HoirscblairiT it Co, J Lourh', CUrenie Mac
fjilano. HM.V-Co, llnng ClLing,''!' G Cu
marlnos. VI'.HHh.l.4 IN POUT.
Bk Malllila, Swcnson, Port illakily.
A New Abstract Office.
As a result of 15 yoar'e experi
ence in tho Abstract Business, I
am prepared to mako Abstracts of
Title in a most thorough, ucourate
and complete manner, and on
P. W. Makinney.
In V. O. Smith's Oilicc, JJ18
Fort Street. 215-lf
TUB niAUH'OSA SAILS.
Heavy CuiialKiiiueiitH of Itnmiiinii Do
In)' Hor llcpnrturo.
It was nearly 3 o'clock boforo
tho Mariposa got away this after
noon. At 2 o'clock tbo vosseLand
wharf woro crowded with friends
of outgoing passengers and Bight
soors, but there was still sovoral
hundred bunches of bananas to bo
stowed away on tho hurricane
decks. Professor Borgor and his
band boys onlivoncd tho scono
and tho flower girls did a
Chief Steward Hannigan, who
is deservedly popular with his
passencors, Bays ho has seldom
trovolocl with a jollier Bet of pas
sengers than those now on board,
and tho vessel h:ts had a gay and
foslivo appearance over biuco she
A committee of seven on gen
eral amusements was appointed at
tho beginning of tho voyngo, to
gether with special committees of
throo on musical and literary 011
tortaiumcuts. Among the iimuso
mouts provided by tho com
mittee have boon cock fight
iug, tug of war, peg and
deck quoits, wide jump, potato
race, chalking tho donkey's tail,
turtle pull, bowliuo Stretch, mili
tary toumamout, whist, euchre
and picquot tournaments, bar
pull, obstaclo races, wheelbarrow
rnco, threading tho needle, ogg
spoon raco and shulllo board. It is
even whispered that tho American
national game found many vo
AVith tho abovo amusements,
courteous, obliging and attentive
ollicers, tho best of good things to
eat and drink and exceptionally
fine weathor it is no wonder tlio
passengers avo enjoying tho voy
1'ui.irn roMir items.
Au OIil Oiroinfrr iol-j Ten ?Ion(li Tor
Id tho District Court this morn
ing Ah Hoo pleaded guilty of rid
ing a bicycle at night without a
lamp attached, and was lined $2
James Paatihau has a weakness
for appropriating to his own use
tho property of another, but ho
will not have a chance to let his
bad habits get tho best of him for
tho next ten months, which was
tho length of time Judge do la
Vorguo sent him over tho reof for
this morning. Paauhau's latest
olfonso was hiring a S19 bioyclo
from Thomas V. King and neg
lecting to return tho samo. Ho
pleaded guilty and after confess
ing that lie had sorved six months
on a previo is conviction for lar
cony and another six months for
vagrancy, wont into his former
quartors on the reof for another
Thomas Nott and Fred Naylor,
who were present at the time Mr.
U irlalloran was assaulted by Wil
liam Spoonor, were tried for aid
ing an affray and found guilty.
Nott was fined S10 and Naylor
S15, with S1.25 ndd,ed in each case
Juck Kuahuwahi pleaded guilty
of using profane language on tho
public streots. Sentence sus
pended. Joe Senbury's trial for using
threatening languago against an
other will coma oil' next Tues
day. Rev. Bon Dillon's lecture on
tlio "Divinity of Man" at tho
Chri&tiau church last night was
in some respects tho able&t ad
drens yet delivered by him. His
proofs of innato religion in tho
tinman race and exposuro of tho
tricks of infidolity advocates woro
forcible. Pungent humor per
meated tlio whole address. There
will bo no lecture this ovouing.
Tho charge of profanity which
has been hanging over tho head
of Mistress Ilickoy will remain
buspoudeil there until tho prose
cution makes a niovo to take it
down. In other words if tho lady
behaves horsolf in tho meantime
the charge will not bo pressed.
A Penny Saved
Pennv Earned !
IDo "STctjl 7"
Your HnoltH WiittcnUp, Your Hills Mule
' ut, Your Iliihiness Lottcra VYiitton, Your
Bad Dobtn Collceteil, n'l lor the hiiuII sum
ut $.1 pcrwrth. Work pel funuo-i regular
ly, fnitUfully iiud HitiHfiictorlly. Engae
nienta m ido by the day, wtek or month.
VW' AddrehH it poitnl to "Coiuiesi o.v.
intST," Uonolnlu l'oft UUlce, or rluK up
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
FOR THE ABOVE POUT ON
Monday, .Tunc SiHli,
AT 4 O'CLOCK p.m.
Tho undorsicnoil are now prepared to
issno Through Tiokcts from this City to all
points in tho United Stntos.
JtTFor further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage, apply to
War. G.IRWIN & Co., L'd,
330-7t Genoral Agents.
Having engaged n First-cla's
Fainter, from the Coast wo
proposo to ruiilie
a specialty nnd to gnnrnntco
Hawaiian Carriage M'fg
No. 70 Quoou Street. 33G 12t
. . . .and Tin:
A RECORD OF BARBARISM
DARKER THAN DARKEST
AFRICA. . . .
(By Hcv. Edwin 11. Bliss.)
JfS Fiospectus and subscription lists
The Hawaiian Nmvs Co., L'd
rvleroliunt Stroot, I-Ionolulu.
In ono vol. cloth, 5 2 00
In one vol. cloth gilt, 2 50
In one vol. Ilalf-liussiau gilt, 3 CO
Complete Flans and Specincatlons anl Fall
Designs of Now Model nnd Artistic
Dwellings. From a $500 Artistio Cottage
to a $25,000 Dwelling, at Boventy.flvo per
cent less than preuont price charged in Uo
nolulu. Tho owners and contractors will incur
no extra expense on account of faulty
specifications or not furnishing complote
working drawings to tho contractor for his
A. V. GEAH,
331-tf 009 King Street.
(At tho U.vios.)
Has just opened his shop at T: B. Murray's
Carriago Factory nnd will
Shoe Your Horse
At Bottom Figures,
is a fine art. Costly jowclry when
damaged needs careful nttcution, ex
perience nnd caro. To gut this, heud
your work to
A. 11. R, Vieira,
AT ir.tOW.V rt. KCllET'li.
Unique Designs in Jewelry.
Tixr.moM-: 7!).", 331-tf
G13 Kort Stroot,
OFKEU3 TO T1IK LADir.8 A PINK AS
sortment of Fitiali KIU Uutton Iloole. best
quality. In tlei 1 to S, vlutli8 EI) to i:EK.
Will be eold one-tlilril below cost price.
PARTIES REQUIRING PURE
Italian Bees or Queens
3&. Apply to
E. W. JORDAN,
l''urt utieot. .
It litis been tho wonder of
dealers hero what becomes of
all of tho stoves imported to
Honolulu. Every vessel arriv
ing" brings from ono "to eighty
(ours is tho eighty lot), and
very few of the stove men
have old Btock.
By our inttoduction of tho
Jewel" Stoves and Ranges
the importation of stoves will
diminish, at tho end of two
yeai's. "Wo say two years, be
cause by that time all other
makes of stoves will have
burnt or rusted out and
their places will bo taken by
. wmml OcBanic Steamsb
1 "-' . r,- t -w.lcj.--o
We believe our $12 Jewel
Stove is better than any on
the market, as it has the
Lnrgo Witlo Ovoiib, Quick
lintulsomo Carved Ormimouln
tiou iu Idlest design.
Tin Lined Heat liot:i!ning Oven
Largo Broad Ovou Shell und
Top Shelf. !
Niokolod Oven Door Panola
and Towel llud.
Lnigo End Wood Feed Boor.
Lour Continuous Firo Box for
Ikond ijmooth Hearth Plate.
Heavy Covers nnd Centers.
Out Long Ceuter that will not
Rods protected from contact
Out Top Plate that will not
Kickors for opening Oven Door
Has every essential feature for
a serviceable stovo.
Von Holt Building.
Telile ' Ware
Silver Buxter Knives.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Brown & Kubey,
Arlington Rlocl:, Hold Sticot.
BISSELLTHOMAS. HUGH P. KING.
320 MERCHANT STREET
Old Bulletin Building.
Collections Promptly At
Money Delivered the D2y of Collection.
J timea Jj. .Trlolt,
Gknkkal Business Aoknt, Ac
countant AND Coi.LKOTOU.
Officri No. 11 Knohniiiiinn Street. Tolo-
pbouu No. O.'i'J. l'rouipt uttoutioii ,
gnurantced. 217 tf
Steamers of tbo nbovo Lino running in connection with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, B. O., nnd Sydney, N. S. Wy and oalling at Victoria, B. a
Honolulu and Suvn (Fiji),
-A.:r:E3 3DTTE AT HOInTOXjTTILjTT
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
From Sydney anil Suvn, for Victoria and
Vancouver. II. C.I
8tmr "MIOWEIU" Juno 24
Stmr " WARRIMOO" July 24
Stuir "JIIOWERA" AugtiBt 24
Stmr "WARRIMOO" September 24
ThrouKli Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canadtv,
United States and Europe.
rnniatiT and pABacNann AacNrn:
D. MoNiooiij, Montreal, Crmndiu
IlonF.nT Knttn, AVinuipeg, Cnnndn.
M. M. Stehn, Snn Francisco, Cnl.
G. Moti. BnovvN, Vancouver, U. O.
Australian Ml Service.
For San Francisco:
Tbo Now r.nd Fino Al Steel Steamship
" Monowai "
Of tlio Oeennio Stenmsbip Compnny will
bo tluo nt Honolulu from Syduoy and
Auckland 011 or nbout
July 23, 189G.
And will leavo for tbo nbovo port with
Mnils nnd PasseiiRcrs on or nixmt Unit
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tbo "Now nud Fino Al Stco Steamship
Of tho Occnuio Steamship Company will
bo due nt Honolulu from San Francisco
on or nbout
July 2, 1896.
And will hnvo prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for tho nbovo porta.
Tho undersigned aro now prepared
Through Tickets to All Points
in tho United States.
C27"For further particulars regarding
Freight or Fassago apply to
YM. G. IRWIN &C0.f L'd,
Oceanic Stensli Co.
S. $. AUSTRALIA.
Arrive Honolulu Leavo Honolulu
from a. F. for S. F.
Juno 22, 1800 Jnno 20, 1SD0
July 17, 1890 .July 20, 1800
From Snn Frnncisco
Alnmeda, July 2, '00
From Syduoy for
Alameda, Aug 20'01
Clearance Sale !
Commencing Wed&esday, July 1st,
ffiLfcn . 2 WEEKS. ONLY
To make room for New Goods, all of my
btoclc of Jlcrcuanillsu UEI.OW COST.
GENTLEMEN'S Suits, Blilrts, HatP, Slioe,
Nei'MIcs, Uuilcrvicar, etc., nt bargains,
LAD1E3' Murilii, I.lncn, Gioss Cloth, Bilk,
Hats, 8hoc8, UnJunvear, etc., In (treat
variety at pi Ices tliat will astonish you.
CIIILDKENd' Corapletc Suits, etc., almost
J37" Como early and get your choice.
107-0 Kins St., near Castle it CooUe.
k k k i i
IS MX SPECIALTY.
JrJ. a. BIABT:
From Victoria and Vancouver, 11. C to
Suva and Sydney!
Stinr"M10WERA" July 1C
Stmr "WARRIMOO" August 16
Stmr "MIOWEltA" Soptcmbcr 10
Btmr "WARRIMOO" October 10
EST For Froight nuil PnBBngo nnd nil
Gcnornl Information, npply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & GO., L'd
Accents for tliollnwniinnlslnnils.
Occileiiio! i Oriental Sleamship Co.
For Y0K0BAKA nnd H0NGK0NOJ
Stcnmorfl of tbo above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to tho
nbovo ports on or nliout tho following
Btmr Coptin Juno 22, 1S00
Stmr Gaolio July 0, 18!G
Stmr Oily of Peking July 18, 16GC
Tor SAN FRANCISCO:
Steamers of tho above Companies will
call nt Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong nnd Yokohama to tho abovo
port on or about tho following dates:
Btmr City of Poking Juno 28, 1S00
BtmrDorio JulyO, 1S90
Stmr Ilelgio July 24, 1800
Ratss of Passage are as follows:
TO TOKO- TO nONU
Cabin S1G0.00 8175.00
Cabin, round trip, d
months 225.00 2G2.50
Cabin, round trip, 12
months 2C2.50 81G.25
European Stccrngo. . . . 85.00 100.00
C&'TnHseugere paying full fnro will bo
allowed 10 percent off return faro if re
turning within twelve months.
C3For Froight nnd Passago apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
0. 1,. WIGHT, Pres. S. D. HOSE, Seo.
Capt. J. A. KING, PortSupt.
Will loavo nouolnln at 10 a. m., touching at
Lahaina, Mnulnea Bay and Mulcenu tbo
samo day; Mnhukonn, Knwnlhao nnd Lau-
IKvlioehoo tho following day, arriving at
lilo tho s&mo ovoning.
LEAVES HONOLULU. ABBIVES HONOLULU.
"Friday.... June 20
Tuesday, July 7
Friday July 17
Friday, July 3
Tuesday July 14
Friday July 24
Tutsdny Aug. 4
Ilctuming, will leave Hilo at 1 o'clock
p. M., touching at Lnupahoelioo, Malm
kona aud ICawaihao same day; JJnkenn,
Maalaon liny and Luliniim tlio following,
day; arriving nt Honolulu tho nftoruoons
of 'lucsday nnd Fridays.
Will call nt Pohoiki, Punn.
pcyNo Freight will bo ictcived after
12 noon on day of Bailing.
Will loavo Honolulu Tuesday tit 5im.
touching nt Kuhulul, Ilnna, Hnmou nud
Kipnhulu, JIaui. lioturniiig arrives nt
Uonolnlu Sunday mornings.
Will call nt Nun, Kaupo, on second trip
of each month.
T"No Freight will bo received nflor
r. m. on clay of Bailing.
This Company will reserves tlio right to
mako ehaugos in tho time of departuie and
nrrivnl of iti steainors without notice nnd
it will not bo luspoiibiblo for nuy conuc
quencos aiisiug therefrom.
Consignees uuiBt bo at tho Landings to
recelvo thoir Freight; this Company will
not hold itself responsible for freight after
it hns boon landed.
Live btouk only nt owner's risk.
This Compnny will not be responsible
for Monoy or Valuables of passengers
unless placed in'tbo caro of Parsers.
Pftssongors mo requested to purchase
tickets bcfoio embnrkiug. Thoaa falling to
do so will bo subject to nn ndditional
charge of twenty-llvo por cent.
To Lot or- Lease.
1m M mmiii k
'inE nESlDENOE OF MIIS. A, LONG,
ono milo from pobtofllco. Lurge houso with
fnruituro. Four bod rooms, parlor, largo
dining room, panlry. kitchen, bith rooms,
hot und cold water, with patent elosots,
Borvant houses, Btnbles, horse paddock,
garden nnd trci's. A chariiiing location,
pply t-i J ALFltLU SIAGUON.
tf Meicliunt st., next Postoulcei
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