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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 27, 189G.
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HTKAMEllH MIOWEItA AND COPTIC
Ilf AXB OUT.
M. C.Allen MHd Tranalt Onttrard-Ia
cutters ArrlTtdnnd Deunrtetl
Other Shipping Xcm.
Tlie a S Australia sails on Monday for the
The atctmeri Mlowcra aud Coptic tailed
cany luia anernoon.
Tlio bark Harvester sailed from Newcastle
for Honolulu on June 16.
At 1'ort Townsend, Juno 10, tlie schooner
liemc .Minor arrival irom Honolulu.
Tlie schooner Helen N Kimball sailed for
Honolulu on thu lUtu, from tlie Coast.
The bark 8 C Allen tailed for the Coast to-
tiny Willi n full cargo of muur i.ml u number
Tbero Is in transit S320.000 wortli of trca
mire nbnnrd tlio 8 8 Coiili'. and J7X)tonsof
Flairs were it lii1f.mn.st today. In respect
for tlie late Ucn. Dlmoml, on tin1 bark Albert
and uarkentinu S 0 Wilder.
Tomohhow lllijli tide large, IV 0 a, m:
hlsb tide small, 0- (I p mj low tide l.ire. 10.47
a m: low tldi- omnll, u.M a tn.
On June IS, tlie bark Mutlin Davfi for Ho
nnliilit, and tbo scbooncr Mnry D-idgo for
Kaliulul, sailed from S.in Francisco.
Tlio Coptic brought ono whole passenger
for Honolulu, aud lias jfi cabin, 1 Japaneso
anil 7J Cblncsu pub4cnj;cra In transit.
Tlio It SI S Sllowcra, Clias K ilird It N It
Commander, nrilved last night nt 8 lira, bav
ins left Sydnoy at 8 urn tin .lima 10. She was
Uclslnctl at Hit1 Heads by n iIi-iih tog, which
eie jpassid at 8 am on the Mill. Arrived at
Sua Ji pm.011 17tb, leaving uum at 7 am on
the 18th. Passed Alof.i 1st mil at 10 urn on
the 18th, crosstnc the K(iiaiiu- at H pin on
tlio iilat. In lonir 171 V. Sliicc lMiTlnt' AA.
ncy. tboHcamslilp has had to contend with
tieah to Strom; headwind throughout the
Following Is purser's report ofS S Coptic:
l.fl Snii Francisco, Juno smb. nt ii-S7 pm,
thence to 2.M lust had etrcmir to deiato
westerly winds and lilisli eean, tlieiiee tu port
moderate variable mints and moiU rate seas,
arriving SOtli nt 7:!H am. Time: 0 chyn, fi
Hours unu oi inlnuli's On 1 bun-day, JStli
lint at 8 am In lat Bll '7 N long 15(1 S-i Y met
U S S ClmrlCBtou bound for San Francisco.
On Frlrtuj.ycthinstat Hum in lat i.Ss N
Lonir 1W.0U V, met S 3 .Mariposa bound for
Till DAT, J U 11 U 2(1.
O A O S S Coptic, tiealby, from San Fran
cisco, C A SSSIlow era, Bird, from Sum and Sid
ney. 8ATimnv, June 27.
Stmr Keauhoii, Thompson, from porta
Stmr Kaena, Calway, fiom Oahupoits.
Stmr Mokolll. Hllo. fiom Mnlnl.nl. Mm, I
Stmr Kaala, Thompiiiii, irom Koloa.
Hatuudav, June 27.
Am schr Transit, .Torjri,ucn, Sun Francisco.
Am bk S C Allen, Thompson, for San Fran
cisco. CASS Mlowcra, Ulrd, for A'lctorla and
Oct OSS Coptic, Sealby, for Jarau and
Stmr Lchua, Nye, fnrl.aupalioehoc, Halia
luu, Ilouolilini, Honomu, and l'obokumanu.
Schr Ka Mol. for Hawaii.
From San Francisco, per 8 S Coptic, June
3-Mr E Emerlec,
From the Colonics, per 3 S Mlowcra, June
'M Slim (iearon, .Mr Ueruette
From Slolokal, Mnui and l.anal. per stmr
Mokolll, June 27 .Mr Krwl lluji-cldeu, and 5
From Kauai, per stmr Kcuuliou, June 27
J Tltcomb, J K Huruett, C B Ilajnes, T II
Gibson, wife, nurse and 3 cblldicn, 1 police
man, S lepers, and 8 deck passengers.
PA8BE.NO MIS DEPARTED.
For San Francisco, bk 8 0 Mien, June 37
SV G II Arnt-muiiti, Mis Aincmaini and child,
Miss M Angus, J I.liihtlnot.
OAItGOES FltOJl ISLAND 1'OltTB.
Ex stmr Kucha 710 Imga paddy.
Ex stmr Mokolll 1 liorso, 10 cattle, SO
calu', and various pki sundries.
Kx (tmr Kcauhou 2iOI liagD ftii','ar, 18
Kv stmr Kaala 2iiHl tajs nurar.
Ex 3 8 Coptic ton geiicral jndso.
Ex S S .Mloweia-licntral tnihe, to tarlotis
IVr bk 3 0 Allen 18,7(0 bjgs snsar, uilued
at $10,65:1. Shipped ns fdlou-s' C llrewcr it
Co 7601 bags: T II Davlos it Co, 0050 bags:
CoftU fi CooUc, 5IHS bas.
LOO AN At I'letou, X. 8 , June (I. snddenlv,
of hvrt dUense, Noimau l.ogau. u Ills
liMli )cur, for some time u uoldent and
citizen of Iliiuull.
It M'lll be Jtcn nl .11 nil no Ivlmiil an
Following ih tlio ljiognim nr
rnuged by Pioft'8.-or Borgor for
tomorrow's ooncort nt SJiikpo Isl
and whicll'corrilnoncc'3 at '6 p. ra.i
Overture Semlraralde Itosslnl
liallail Last Watch l'lnsutl
Aduglo 8onata I'lithLtlqiie iliethoven
Selection Murtlin .I'lutow
Chorus Tannhauser Wagner
Fnntajla EinpcrorV Corn Flower, .,'lhlel"
Hallad-Oood Night Mil
Finale I.ueln D.inUettl
Haw all l'onol.
r.xu or 'i UK Tiutn.
Iiitercntliig I'lolui; Ixi-rcUcs In 1'iib
llr Scliooli or the City.
Intorcsting closing exorcises
woro hold at tho Govommont
schools in tbo city yesterday. In
spector Genoral H. S. Townsend
nttonded ns f many exhibitions in
different buildings as wero with
in thocompass o ono man to soo
anything on svhich to bnso a judg
ment. The Inspector-Genoral ox
presses himsolf as highly pleased
with tho condition o all tho
schools visited and of which ho
has received verbal roports from
othor visiting educationists.
At tho High School, in tho lato
Princess Ruth's palnco, thoro -wore
graduating exorcises. Tho follow
ing named pupils graduated : Mary
Girviu, Leila Lemon, Lulu Came
ron, Mabel Gilbert, Lola Bush
and Robert Mist. Tho exercises
by tliopupils consisted of Binging,
recitations and essays as follows:
"Agriculture in Hawaii" by Robt.
Mist; "Ancient Hawaiian Schools"
by Lola Bush, and "Arohicology"
by Mary Girviu. Professor Alex
ander delivered nn address to the
graduating cIobs. Principal M.
M. Scott and Vico Principal J.
Lightfoot showed by results that
they have worthily improved tho
onhanced opportunities afforded
thorn as educators in being placed
at tho hoad of tho first distinct
public! acadomy started in this
city, housed withal in a building
that is a credit to tho educational
equipment of tho country.
Thoro was a combination of
forces by tho grammar grado
classes of Mrs. Dumas and Miss
Brewer, tho oxercisos consisting
of music, compositions, recita
tion", model letter, etc. All woro
Miss Needham's class had ex
orcises to itself. Thoy consisted
of class reading, compositions and
songs, and weio much enjoyed.
Thoro Mas a largo attendance
of visitors at tho various depart
ments. ItOYAL B1IC0L.
Thoro was tho usual groat crowd
of parents and f riouds at the Royal
School. Tho exorcises woro pure
ly exhibitioual reciting, singing,
etc., and as usual woro highly
ontertaining. Principal Mack
intosh and his staff nlways render
a good account of themselves.
Mr. Townsend spent a good
deal of timo at tho Fort-street
soloct school, where the four de
partments made it very ploasaut
display in the primary room,
whoro Miss Coursou givos tho
youngest pupils a long push
ahoad on tho path of knowledge.
Some superb results woro ex
hibited of tho teaching of that
lady and of tho teachers in tho
grades above, taught in regular
upward gradation by MisBOS
Atkinson, Mooro and Walker, re
spectively. KULAOKAHUA SCHOOL.
Actual school work formed tho
closing exhibition of the Kulaoka
hua, or Boretauiti street Bchool.
Many parents and friends woro
presont. The work was vory sat
isfactory. Both tlio excellent
condition of the grounds and tho
appearance of the children are
otlicially mentioned with appro
bation. Miss Maronie tho teacher
is doing good work thoro. Thoro
Is a spirit in tlu school which tolls
much in her favor. It is mani
fest in an evidently friondly fool
ing between teacher and pupils.
At tho Pohukaina girls' school
on Punchbowl and Likeliko street
there was tho accustomed con
course of appreciative paronts and
friends. Tlio singing especially
was delightful, and tho ovidonces
of careful training in studies woro
all-pervading. Miss Laura Dun
can, tho efficient principal, is well
supported by Missos May Atkin
son, Zoo Atkinson and Julia
It goes without saying that Kti
uluwela school on School street
gavo a showing greatly enjoyed
by all who attended the closing.
Armstrong Smith, . principal, is
well-known as an ablo manager
of.,hoys, and; has efliciont aidsin
tho ot)or teuchors- Mrs. Frasher,
Miss Lofquist, Mrs. Wood, Miss
Bertha Smithies and Miss Greon.
Ah Sam was convicled of being
a common nuisance of the first
class in Judgo de la Vergno's
court this morning and lined
$500. His oftoiibo consisted of
indecent exposure in tho presence
of young children. Ho will work
out his lino on tho roads.
Silver Butter Knives.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Brown & Kubey,
Arlington Block, Hotel Streot.
A Penny Saved
Penny Earned !
Do "STcu. TFTs.-n.t
Your Books Written Up, Your Bills Mnde
Out, Your BtthiuoM Letters Written, Your
Bad Debts Collected, nil for the biiuII sum
of ?o per week. Work performed regular
ly, fmtufnlly and sutisfoctorily. Entice
ments made by tho tiny, weok or month.
13?" Address n postal to "CoiuiF-si'ON'-dent,"
Honolulu Tost Ofllco, or ring up
Telcphono 92. 322-lni
42 Moroliunt Stroot.
Lands For Sale situated
at Kaneohe, Oaliu.
Lot near Lunalilo Home
Lots at Pearl City.
Furnished, Rooms To Lot.
42 Merchant street.
R. C. A. PETERSON,
Custom House Broker,
3SJ"otarv -:- 3?ublic,
General Business Agent.
Collections' carefully nttended to.
tP"Offlco with H. E. Walkor, Cum
mins Block, Merchant street. 238-tf
W. H. EICKARD,
General Business Agent
Will attend to Conveyancing in
all its Branches, Collecting
and all Business Matters
All Business entrusted to him
will recoivo Prompt and Careful
Hcnokaa, Hamakua, Hawaii.
BISSELL THOMAS. HUGH P. KING.
320 MERCHANT STREET
Old Bulletin nulldine.
Collections Fromptly At
Money Delivered the Day of Collection.
A New Abstract Office.
Ab b. result of 15 year's oxpori
onco in tho Abstract Business, I
am prepared to rnako Abstracts of
Titlo in a most thorough, accurate
and oomploto manner, and on
F. W. Makinney.
In W. O. Smith's Oilico, 818
Fort Streot. 21G-lf
Jamas L. I-Iolt,
Geni:.vl BiLsiNiiBS Aoknt, Ac
countant and Collector..
Office: No. 11 Kntiliiimnnu Stieet. Tele
phone No. ODD. t'rompt attention
(junnmteed. 217 tf
Btoomora of tho above Line running in ooaneotion with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vanoonvor, B. O., nnd Sydney, N. 8. W and calling at Victoria, B. C.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
-A.:r:E3 Z3TTE jJ2? E3C03STOIjTJ"ILiTr
On or about the dates below stated, viz.:
From Sydnnj nnd Suva, for Vlctorln and
Vancouver. II. O.t
Stmr "WAlUtlMOO" , . . . .July 24
Stmr "MIOWEUA" August 24
Stmr "WARRIMOO" September 24
Stmr"MI0VUU" Octobor 24
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada,
United States nntl Europe.
FREIGHT AND rASSEKOBll AClENTB:
D. MoNicotii, Montreal, Cnniidu.
BonniiT Kutn, Winnipeg, Onnadn.
M. M. Stkiin, Snu Francisco, Ool.
O. Mob. Buown, Vancouver, B. O.
Oceanic Steamsliip Co.
Australian Mail Service,
For San Francisco:
The New and Fino Al Steel Steamship
" Monowai "
Of tho Oceonio Steamflbip Company will
be dno at Honolulu from Sydney anil
Auckland on or about
July 23, 1890.
And will lono for tlio ubovo port with
Moils and l'assengcrs on or about that
For Sydney s:i(i Mlend:
Tho New and Fine Al Steo Steamship
Of tho Oceanio Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from San Francisco
on or nlxnit
July 2, 189G.
And will bavo prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for tho above ports.
Tho undersigned are now prepared
Tlipmin.il Winiroici tn All Pniiif.i
ill the I'lillcd States.
CSyFor furthor particnlars regarding
Freight or Passago apply to
WM. G. IRWIN &C0., L'd,
Oceanic SteamsMp Go.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arrive Honolulu Leavo Honolulu
from S. F. for S. F.
Juno 22, 1890 Juno 20, 1300
July 17, 1800 July 20, 1800
From San Francisco From Sydnoy for
for Sydney. San Fruncisco.
Arrhe Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Alameda, July 2, '00 I Monownl,July23,00
MnripoBa, July30,'00 Alameclii,Aug20'06
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
FOlt TUB ABOVE TOUT ON
Monday, .Tcinu 2!4h,
AT 4 O'CLOCK v. M.
Tho iindorHlgued are now picpared to
issuo Through Tickets from this City to all
points in tho United States.
"For further paitioulars regarding
Fieight or Pasb'igo, apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & Co., L'd,
(At tho Union.)
Has just opened his shop lit T. 1). Muway's
Carriage Fuctory aud will
Shoe Your Horse
At Bottom Figures,
Prom Victoria and Vnncuurcr, U. 0., to
Sura nnd Sydney!
8Unr"MI0WERA" July 10
Stmr "WA1UUMOO" AugUBt 16
Stmr "MIOWEuA" September 10
Stmr " WAB1UM00" October 10
C3F" For Freight and Possogo and nil
General Information, apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for the Hawaiian IbIoiuIb.
Fadfie Mail Hi S
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG i
Stcnmera of tho nbovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on their wny to tho
nbovo ports on or nlxmt the following
8tmr Gaolio July 0, 18P0
Stmr Uity of Poking July 18, 1890
Btinr Chiun Aug. 0, 1800
For BAN FBAN0ISC0:
Steamers of the obovo Companies will
call, at Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong aud Yokohama to tlW abovo
port on or nliont the following dates:
Stmr City of Peking Juno 28, 1800
KtmrDorio July 0, 1890
Ktmr Belgio July 24, 1800
Rates of Passage are as fallows:
TO TOKO- TO IIOKQ
Cabin S1CO.0O C17C.00
Cabin, round trip, 4
mouths 225.00 202.50
Cabin, round trip, 12
months 2G2.50 310.25
European Steerogo .... 85.00 100.00
STFaHsongora paying full faro will bo
allowed 10 percent oil return fnro if re
turning within twclvo ruonths.
CSTFor Froight nnd Passago apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Wilder's Steamship Co's
0. Ii. WIGHT, Pres. S. B. ROSE, Seo.
Cupt. J. A. KING, PortSupt.
Will leivo Honolulu at 10 a. m., touohing at
Lahaiua, Mnalnen Bay aud Mukena tho
sauio djyj aiahukoua, Kawaihao nnd Lau-
Eahoehoe the following clay, arriving at
ilo tho same oYoniug.
LXAVKS HONOI.UTU. ABWVE8 nOKOLCtU.
Tuosdny July 7 I Friday, July 3
Friday July 17 Tuesday,... .July 14
"Tuesday,. . .July 23 Friday July 21
Friday Aug. 7 Tuesday Aug. 4
lloturniug, will leavo Hilo ut 1 o'clock
p. m., touching at Laupahochoo, Mnhu
kona and Kawaihao same day; Makenn,
Jloalaea Bay and Lahaiua tho following
day; arriving at Honolulu tbo afternoons
of 'lucsday and Fridays.
Will call at Pohoiki, Pnua.
2yNo Freight will ho received after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leavo nonoluln Tuesday at 6 r, n.
touching nt Knlmlul, liann, Hnnionand
Kipnhulu, Mnui. Returning arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, on second trip
of onch month.
JQ7No Froight will be received nftcr
p. m. on day of sailing.
This Company will reserves tho right to
mako changes in the timo of departure and
arrival of its stenmors without notice aud
it ill not ho responbiblo for uny conse
quences arising therefrom.
Consignees must bo at the Landings to
recoivo thoir freight; this Company will
not hold itsolf responsible for freight aftor
it has boon landed.
Live Stook only nt owner's risk.
This Company will not bo responsible
for Money or Valuables of pnsseugers
unloss pluced in the enre of Pursers.
PiiDhengers aio requested to purchnso
tickets before ombarking. Those failiug to
do so will bo subject to an additional
chnrgo of twenty-live per oent.
To Let or Lease.
THE ".ESIDPNCE OF MBS. A. LONG,
one mile from postofflce. Large hoiibo with
furniture Pour bed looms, parlor, largo
dining room, pnntry, kitchen. b.ith rooms,
hot and cold water, iith patent closets,
servant houses, btables, horne paddock,
garden and trees. A dimming locution.
Apply to J ALritKI) MAGOON.
tf Merchant St., next Postofllcei
OccitlGutal & Oriental Steamship Co.
n. HACKFELD & CO.
Qkhciiaji Commission Aqents.
Cor. Fort and Qucon Strcota, Honolnln
LEWERS & COOKE,
ImPOBIEUS AND . lEALEHS IN LuiIBBK
AMD ALL Xti OS 01 BuiLDINS
Fort Btrool, - - Honolnln.
Book and Job Printer
Merchant Streot, Honolulu, H. I.
Over Hawaiian Nows Company's
Book Storo. my 13,
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Doalore in Lumber and Coal
and Building Materials of all
Queen Htroot. Honolulu.
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers of
European aud American Dry Goods.
Fort mid Queon Streets.
M. S GR1NBAUM & CO.,
Queon sticvt, Honolulu, and 21C Front
street, San l-'raucisco, (,'nl.
General Merchandise and . .
. . Commission Merchants.
King st., bet. Fort and Alaken.
Contractor : and : Builder.
MONUMENTS AND T0MBST0VJ8.
K?T Finest Otado BLUE STONE from
I'umihou Quarries. 278-tf
DAVID K. BAKER,
Nuuanu Valley, abovo tho Mausoleum.
All orders givon prompt and faithful at
tention. No extra charge for dehverina
J lowers to any part of tho city. Leis,
Mountain Oreons ond Carnations a sno
GOISTSALVES fe CO,
WHOLESALE GllOOERS AND
225 Queen street, Honolulu, II. I.
Hawaiian nnd Foreign Birds nnd Animate
mounted In tlie host manner, ualui; llio latest
methods only. Hotel St near Dr MiOruw.
JOHN PHILLIPS, r
Hotel Sr . nwir Fort. Tol. S02..
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEEU AND 8TOCK BROKER:
No. i5 Qncen Street.
Expert Appraisement of Real
Estate and Furniture,
CansoLflateJ Soda Water Co., L'd
Corner Allen & Fort Sts., Honolulu.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
C. B. DWIGHT,
Does nil kinds of Work in
Cement & Slone Sidcv.alks & Curbing
Ho has ou band a lor'o supply of
Chinese Granite Curb and always heaps
Hawaiian Curbinf; Stone. Estimntca
civon ond lowes4 prices assured. 'I'elo
Instrument -:- Maker,
Ilioyolo rcpahing nnd nioKcl platinc
Gold, Silver and Bronze Electroplating.
130 FORT ST. : , 'ILL. C07.
BRASS SIGNS MADE TO ORDER.
Fort St. Opp. Pantheon Stables.
Our Scissors aro sharp; our
Razors are bright; wo Shave
equally well by day or by
FKANK PAOHECO, Propr.
fl'ii Al 'ji" iiiijjuI.ii.i ' '.
jut.!., .t. j.-ils'5s i' if. . . -.