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AHEUIOAN BCIIOONEK UF.l.KS X.
The Kltinn ArrleI-"tV..Ill SMIed
at Noon-A HlK Minn Tomorron
ou rnclflo tlfll nock.
Tlio liarkentlnc Amelia sailed from Eureka
for Honolulu, on JunoKo.
Tlio etcmier Kvnubou wa launched from
tlicMailuc Hallway this mornlnir.
Tlio 8 O Wilder hauled over to Railroad
wliarr yesterday afternoon to load Ewa
Touounow High tldo large, 0.5 p mj
bleli tide small, 10:1(1 1 m; low tide large, 4;1U
a m; low tldo small, 7: 0 p m.
Tlic eliln W F Uabcock arrived at New
York from Honolulu, on Juno l'J, and tho
ships Iroquois nnd Indiana on Juno 2
Thu 0 8 8 Alameda sailed from San Fran
cisco at 4:3o li in, June S3, and arrived oir
Honolulu at 1 p in, July -, having oxperl
cuccd Due weather thu entire trip, llmo ol
voj age: 0 dajs, So hour, and Ho minutes.
Island steamers, now In port, will not sail
The steamer W 0 Hall, which sailed short
ly afternoon today, had a large passenger Hat
and a fair amount of height,
reparations Tor a grand luoii on Pacific
Mini Joel., to be given l the dock lauorcia
and boatmen tomorron, the Fourth of July,
are being made today. Tim captain and crew
of tho tug-boat, and the plloln hao been In
vited. '1 ho American schooner Helen N Kimball,
Hclllngscn master, armed this morning,
about I8)i days from San Francisco, with a
cargo of merchandise and lumber consigned
to Theo II Davles & to and Wilder Si Co.
Fair weather with llclit, uilinulu winds was
experienced during tho vojage.
Following are the urrlvuls at Han Francisco
from Hawaiian ports, latelv: Juno 2o--S S
City of lllo du Jniielio.S dajs, io minutes
from Honolulu; June i-'-bk Mohican, as
dy from Honolulu; June lill 3 8 Kaliuliil, 1 1
ill strum Kahululj sclir Muriel. S!0 dys from
Ilonoliur, June 24--br!g Consuelo, 'Jo dys
The bark Edwatd May, 1'iom New York for
Honolulu, was spoken on June lath, In lit -to
4'j N ton 63 'J W, by the stmr Urbns, of ll.il
tlrnore, lljliur signals of Unking; when asked
it assistance was needed, replied by dipping
eusliiii, Indicating that communication was
ended; whs steering souili, wind light from
west, with heavy wester!) swell.
The tilth Hawaiian cargo for 1S9G was
cleared at the Custom IIoiisp ji-Mcrelav. lhls
was the schooner 11 C Wright, 270 tons,
Captain J 1. Oleson, which was loaded liy
McKay Si Co Tor Clias Nelson, and sailed yes
tcnlr.v afiernooii. Tile Wilght U bound Tor
Honolulu wllh 2u7.5MI feet rough merehunta-bli-,loo,'.M5
surfaced tlear,12,o'.'o feet Taiid 0,
217 feet rough clear, 4oc5 pickets and 1W4.
Sjo shingles, In nil '.101.473 feet Kcdoort,
valued at ?4,17,'i.l)i), inaMnj; the total to the
Manda for tho )cur so tar, 1 7o4,12l feet,
valued at l,253.04. Humboldt '1 imes, Juno
Tittinsiu v.July 2.
Stmr Kllauca Hon. Vretmnn, fiom Ha-
"a" .. . , o
Fiuuev, July 3.
Stmr Klnau, Clarke, from Maul and Ha-
'Stiur L'kcllUc. Weir, from Il-vvnll.
Stmr Koala, Thoinpson, Iroin Oaliu
ports. . , . .
8tmr Kacna, Parker, from Oahu ports.
Stmr Ia-Iiiih, Njc. f'" Hawaii and
Am schr Helen N Kimball, llellingsun,
from Sun Franclseoi ,
rmiiAY, July 3.
0 33 Alameda, Van Olcrciulorp, for the
Stmr :W O nail, lalmcrsmi, for Hawaii
From Maul and Hawaii, per stmr Klnau.
July : Volcano: .Jn N 3ii)dam, Clia 11
Pnvdaui, Ml- M K Itortice, C F Eekart, D K
llurlree Wnv ports: Mr W It Etl.urt,
Miss E OEekaii, K I. Under, J
Berlhner, Ml Dojo, M'si Kellcy.
Mro Henry, l!ro Ignatius, Uio Charles,
Father 011er, Miss IHiray, Miss J Oray, Mis
M Atkins, Mr W II Piiticrn and 2 eblldreu,
J N Hell, wlfo and child, .V V l'eurc, l'ost
Master General 1 M O.it. 71 n"k paitengers.
For Maul and Hawaii, pcmtinr W (5 Hall
July :s Mrs J F Moreiin. Dr .McWityiiu. W
Wallers, Misses (Jay (three, Jleury E White,
MrsCroler, MlsA E.liiild, II iucl.c,G E
Acasdz, (Ji-o AplKl, W Coinwell, Mrs ttnd
llng, W Wright. Geo An, W Shaw, K Han
sheet, Makakoa, Miss J llui.t, Mr E KrmcUr,
Ml is Lino,- Kiialmoku. Ml lwaluul Jaeger.
Senator llocklnu', Matrr t.av, Cecil Ilro u,
Miss Crosier, Mls 8 B Judd," Samuel Parker.
Mrs Noble, John Llao, Engeno Todd, I.
Willis. John Campbell, MI53 Feimell, C
Cockett, and 6.) deck passengers.
OAItdOES FllOM ISLAND V01ITU.
E stmr I.clum 22oo hags eutrar, Co bbls
Ev stmr Kllauca Hon .'Slno hags sui;ar.
Er stmr KnuUT.'oo bags paddy. !75 hajs
rite, 28 bags bran, ami 1 pl.gs Bninlrle.
Ex stmr J.lkillta Toon bag,. hiigar,4o head
Ex stmr Klimu-tTOl bigs sugar, 200 phsrs
tuiidrlcs, 2S0 bags spuds III bags corn, JSu
sheep, SI lie l.oa bonds, (11 bi'n bones, 1(1
Ms wool, 81 hides. ,lo pig. IJiiubU
j:xschr Helen N Klmhpll Caigo of gcu
i.nil nierehniitlUe and liimlicr. :.,(tfe eon
fclgntdtoT 11 l)ale.sUn' lumber consigned
to Wilder Jo.
Ev Minr AhVncslHOeniibl meicliandlso,
consigned tot, l.ewW'A. Co, Sing I.eu .t Co,
V ( Cinnarlnos, W (i lrwln & Co, 0 W .Mae
TerS fl Aiistiiilln I..ii!3 baits sugir, SO
hags coiree, 4:U bdl hide. 20 bdls kips, l'J
bdl; sheep skins, ft bdls goat sl.lns, OS p l.oa
lumhLi-.l bi: liclr.l.'fi e-ratcH iiue-s,20 bvs man
goes, 8 )iy fruit. (1,101 bnchs baunuas, a'ued
at 5(il,til5-7(l. and lnrelcn produce valued at
1201,55. Shippers W (1 Irwin fc Co, 0 Drew
er Si Co, Huwulinn Haidwnru Co. U F Ehlers,
K J Wlchter. II F Wltlunan, ManTt Shoo
Co, J J Williams, Macfarlano & Co, W
C Peacock ie Co. E 0 J.ovcjoy, Jamia
Dodd, Fred Whltm-y, Chas 11 Kose,
G J Wnller, F F Porter. Hyman Bios,
Lnwers A Cooke, E A Jacobson, K L Mar
shall, Cum (bell Si Co, T II Davles A Co,
Ws.hlugton Feed Co, P Feck, Chas Wilcox,
Geo Andrews, Wo Sing & Co, Chang Tin,
Kay Keo. Sing J.ec, Y Eupi fclng Co, Chang
Chan, E Giles. Tropic Fiult and Fibre Co,
Gonealves Si Co. Jonalludi Shaw, Wing Tal,
Eun-r. John K'dwill. Pearl City Fruit Co,
M W McClicsim y 8,'iu, Quoug Wall JOu
IN THE HIGHER COURTS.
ItllSUANAOKMENT ALLEGED OF AN
KUTATK IN PKOUATK.
(Irrnt Inrrcniio In Value of I.nnil nt
Maklkl la Four Yvars-
H. Haokfold et Co. liavo brought
n complaint ngainst tho ntlminis
tratorsof tho ostato of Akana, that
thoy havo kept tho business run
ning nnd incurred now and heavy
liabilities, mortgaging portions of
tho proporty to Theo. H. Davics
& Co. Complainants pray that
tho administrators bo ordered to
make an accounting, and thntsomo
suitnblo i)orsou bo appointed in
In tlio enso of Tarn Wing ot al.
vs. AVong "Wnh, tho defendant by
his nttornoys, Thurston & Stan
loy, appeals from Judgo Perry's
decision adjudging him guilty of
contempt of court and fining him
ono dollar and costs.
Tho snmo defendant, Wong
Wah, moves that tho preliminary
injunction restraining him from
giving his professional services as
an actor to tho Fung Wong Ming
Co. bo dissolved.
Jennie Ashford, having boon
nppoiutcd guardian of her threo
minor children, Stanley, Huron
nnd Marguerito, potitions for leave
to sell real estate hold by hor for
them as trustee. It is a piece of
land nt Makiki, bought for $975 nt
Government snlo in March, 1892,
for which S5000 is now offered
petitioner, who intends leaving
for California with her family.
Uobortson for petitioner.
The Kipahulu Sugar Co. has
brought n bill to forecloso a mort
gngo ngainst J. IX Kahaleanu k.
and Kalua w., John Nakila and
About thirty enses on tho Su
premo Court calendar havo been
heard. This morning Eopublic
of Hawaii vs. Knm Leo, npponl
from District Court on points of
law, was argued and submitted.
Dickey for prosecution; Edings
for defendant, who is accused of
violntiiig the wash-house law of
a. W. Macfarlano vs.W. G.
Irwin and John A. Cummins, bill
for specific performance, in on
this nftornoon. Thurston it
Stnnloy for plain tiiT; Kinney &
Uallou for Irwin; Croighton for
Cummins. Tho porfonnnuco
sought is tho sale of Wainmnalo
.Sugar Co. stock.
Minister Cooper called on Ad
miral Angel O. Mouastcrio on
board the Mexican warship Zarn
go.a this morning.
Captain Conrad Spiellor of tho
Austrian warship tSnidn and his
staff, called on Minister Cooper at
tho Foreign Oilice. Tho guard
Admiral Monnsterio calls on
President Dole at tho Executive
building at U o'clock Hub after
noon. Honolulu's wnrm climate is
conducive of thirst to a greator
degree than that of n colder zono.
The average business man loses
also, to a degree, tho ninount of
energy and nervous force common
enough in tho bracing air of
American cities. These two phases
of our ' eliniato make it inoro
necessary than olsowhoro to slim
nlnto the oystom with an invigor
ftnt. No more healthful or purer
stimulus, or ono more delightful
to the pnlat', can bo found, than
Pnbst Milwaukeo boor. It is n
delicious drink nnd ib constantly
on draught at tho Cosmopolitan,
Pacific and the Royal.
Instrument -:- .Maker,
Uioyelo repairing and nioltol plating a
Gold, Silver ami Bronze Elcctronlatini,
ISOFcltTBT. i : : TEL. C07.
BRASS SIGNS MADE TO ORDER.
DAVID K. BAKER,
Kuuuuu Valley, nbovo tho Mauboleum.
All orders given prompt and faithful at-
! tcntion. No oxtru chmge for dellvonug
' FlowerH to nny part of tho oily. Lcia,
llountrtin Grcous nnd Cuniatlons a pa-
, oialty. 205-tf
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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 3, 1890.
4th. OF JULY
Best docoratod bicyclo. . . .$ 15.00
Best combination of two or
more bicycles 15.00
Second best decorated bi
Third best decorated bi
Fourth boat decorated bi
Fifth best decorntod bicyclo 2.50
Sixth best docoratod bicyclo 2.50
Seventh best decorated bi
Spocinl Corumittoo Chas.
Crane, D. Crozior.
Best decorated float S 50.00
Most original float 50.00
Not less than two entreiB in
Special Committoo on Flonls
T. B. Murray.
HACKS On LIVEllY VEHICLES AND
Bodt decorated $ 20.00
Socond best docoratod 10.00
No less thnn five entries.
Special Committee W. H.
BUSINESS AND DELIVE11Y WAGONS
Best decorated rir .ft 90 fin
Second best decorated rig . . 15.00
Third best docoratod rig. . 10.00
Fourth best decorated rig. . 5.00 1
Special Committeo W. H.'
4th of July, 1896 '
Prizes for Sports.
AQUATIC, G A. M.
Six-oar sliding seat boat race,
Whale boat race, 650.00.
BICYCLE, 7 A. M.
Belay race, team making best
FIELD SPORTS, 2 P. M.
100 yards dash, first and second
Boot and shoo race, first $3.00,
Running high jump, first and
Threo-leggt'd raco, $3.00 and
Polo vault, first nnd second
Whcolbarrow race, $3.00 nnd
120 yards hurdlo raco, first and
Climbing greased polo, $5.00.
BA8E BALL, 4. P. M.
Honolulu vs. Kamohameha.
Entries for tho abovo events to
bo mado at tho Hawniinu News
Co.'s, to close July 3, at 1 p. m.
Aquatio sports undor tho aus
pices of tho Rowing Association
and Field Sports undor auspices
of H. A. A. C. 343-4t
Notice is horoby given that tho
undersigned have on tho 25th dny
of Juno, A. D. 18915, purchased
from Messrs. Wong Ohong nnd
Ng Gang, Assignees of tlio estate
of Ting Sing Wni Co , a bank
rupt! of Wailuu, Islnud of Kauai,
H. I., all loapoH, buildings horsoB,
oxoii, pigs, f.wls, tools, juiplo
monts and everything connected
with tho abovo named Ting dang
Wai Co. Rico Plantation,
Dated at Honolulu, Juno 21th,
OHEONG HUNG WAI CO.
G R. Harrison,
Practical Piano Maker and Tuner,
fTz;j jFttmisi tho Best
Officp, Fort street, oppodto Cntholio School,
'Xelcphono 231, 412 nnd 100.
32ST" Orders promptly attended to,
0 Two Btorei on Nuusnu street.
4 Four Lotk on Mgaxlrie Hill, 75120.
From $250 to $300 each.
t Lot on Hkckfcldfitreet, EutlOO.. .
G A Choice Retldeneei on Lunalllo "ttrcet,
bavin;; nil modern Improvements.
7 A Deelrublo llcdldciicu at Maklkl.
Grounds well laid out. Ens; terms,
8 Four Holmes and Lots on Punchbowl
street, All rented at a monthly rental of 1 105.
This property Is 240 feet on Punchbowl stree.
with a depth of 'Hi feet running to the drill
f; ron ml or nrmory. with a frontage on tamo
Jor 4 or 5 moro cottages. Tho central loca
tion of tho property makes It most aiallnulc.
9 House nnd Lot on Kluau street. Lot
70x10 ft. This property will be sold at cost
and is an excellent barualn for n homo seeker,
The hoimu Is elegantly llnlshed nnd of tho
best workmanship and materials. There U u
carriage house and burn on the premises and
thu yard Is well laid out with fiult and orna
10 V Fine Besldcuco cunt rally located,
containing i5 rooms. Lot ISOx'JUti It. Two
small cottages on thu lot bringing In good
11 yn Acres of Lnnd In Knllhl valley, (Wal
klki side). V Btrcitm of water lions along
this lnnd. A barualn
li ftU Acres of Best Colleo Land In Puna.
Hnwall, seven miles fiom Hep. l'.yci oil's
Largo Colleo Plantation. Tho nbovo land
is held In feu Bluiplo. Alo, !10 years lease on
151) acres adjoining above with a prlvlltgo of
15 years more. Price JJ.COJ.
ID An Elecaut Ketldcnco on Luualllo
stiect, containing IS) loom-, wllh electric
light ti. it ii res and all modern toilet convenien
ces. There are sen ants' rooms, stables, etc,
etc, on Uio premises Lot containing 100,000
square tect nicely laid out mid planted with
fruit and shade trees.
11 A Commodious Residence on Hasslngcr
street, tilted with till modern conveniences. Or
will trade lor suburban property.
Id House nnd Lot on Dcrctanln Btrcct.
House contains U rooms, ami nil modern con
veniences. Lot hixltS.
17. Kino ltcsldcuce on Bcrctnnla street.
For further particulars Inquire ot my olllce,
IS. A Houbo ami Lot on Voting street.
l'J IIouso mid Lot corner Victoria nnd
Ileretania streets, opposite Thomas square,
house contains 0 rooms. Size of lot 100x300.
til House nnd Lot on Young street near
tho residence) l tho Hev. Mr. Hyde. Lot
110x1)0. House contains eight rooms.
UJ Stnill House and Lot on Keaumoku
street. Lot .'.0x100.
23 Pearl City Property.
31 Desirable Tract of 'Colleo Land on Ha
waii. 33 Two Stores on Nunanust, opposite Ku
kul lane, also threo lodging houses In the
re-ar of said stores containing 30 rooms In nil.
Tho abovo pays 10 per cent, and Is leaned to
responsible parties for a term of jours.
30 A most Desirnblo Homo ou Thurston
avenue, Large grounds nnd beautiful ilow
crgt'deu; house furnished throughout iu
hard wood with nil latest improvements.
Kxccllcut view of tho city nud ocean, and
ono which cannot bo cut off.
27 A Largo Iot nnd Commodious Dwel
ling on Green Street, commanding nn un
obstructed view of tho city nud harbor. No
choicer residenco la to bo hml in tho city
oven by tho most fustidictiR.
8i A New Houso ot seven rooms with
electric lights throughout, bath, patent W
C, tervnits' quarters and stables. Unu black
from enr line nt 1'unahou.
20- Onlj. twelvo of those Lots left near
Kamehaincbn school, from $25o to (Ooo eneh.
U0 Two Houses nud Lots on Llllha street.
Ill An 18 Aero Tract of Land at Knllhl
suitable for dividing up Into building lots.
Z A Houso nnd Lot ou AlaUci street.
S'iA lleautiful Ilulldlng Lot at Kalllil,
l'.i.ix200, cleared, leneed amr water laid on.
UJ A Gently Sloping Lot on Thurston
avenue, 2(0x123, having a frontage on (Ireen
street of loo reel, nnd commanding n bird's
eje view of the city and harbor.
US A Lot on Alexander stieet, adjoining
resldeueo ofClaus SireckeU.
HI Elegant Beach Properly at Walklki.
Notice: I can Negotiate Loans on nny of
the abovo proper! lor purchasers desiring
same nt from 50 to 75 per cent of the value.
4 Sloro on IClug street ntnr Port btrcct.
5 Olllco Itoom on King street near Pott
0 Warehouse on Keplanudc.
7 A Coltiige on i'oung stieet, containing
5 rooms, pantry nud bath. Kent tl.1 per
lo A Store on Fort 6trcct next to Club
12 A Modern Dwelling on Thurtou aven
ue, commanding an exce'ptloiul view of the
18 A Klvo Knom Cotlngo on Uoretantn
street In n desirable location, or will lease to
a good tenant.
II A Furnished Cottago In a good location
for two or three months.
1 Four or Flvo Houses for good tenants.
2 To rent a Houso centrally located, hav
ing threo or four bedrooms.
SI To purchasu n Kcsldencc convenient to
car lines In vicinity of Thomas Squnto or
Luualllo St. Must Contain nlno or ten rooms.
4 To buy a Lot In tho vlelnltj of Muklkl,
12.1 by 200 feet or moi e.
5--To buy a Lot centrally located, 75 by
125 feet or more.
(1 To buy 10 or 15 acres ol CoireoLand
planted with two year old Coll'eo trees In
7 To trudo n good pajlng business for a
Houso and Lot valued nt about $.2300,
A. V. G-EAR,
27I-tf COO King street.
Having boen informed by reli
able parties that Mr. Husted or
his employes nro circulating tho
roport . that I am simply in tho
Directory business to compel him
to buy mo off, I wish it to go on
rocord that I, will not soil my data
or work to Mr. Husted or any
B. L. FINNEY.
Honolulu, Juno C, 180G.
Sfoamera ot the abore Line running in connection with the
Botween Vancouver, B. O., and Sydney, N. B. W nnd calling at Victoria, B. O.
Honolulu and Sura (Fiji),
On or nbout tho dotes below stated, viz.:
From Sjelnry nnd Suvo, for Victoria and
VancouTer, It. O.t
Stmr "WA1UUMOO" July 21
Btior "M.IOWEHA" August 21
Btnir "WAIUUMOO" September 21
Stmr "MIO WlillA" October 24
Through Tickets Issued front Honolulu to Caiiatlu,
United Stales and Europe.
Fnciani and rASSENOEit agents:
D. MoNicoltj, Montreal, CauadB.
HoncnT KBttn, "Winnipeg, Cnnndn.
n. JU. Htern, aau l rancisco, tjau
Htern, Sau i rancisco, CuL j
G. MoL. BnowN, Vancouver, B. O.
Oceanic Steamshio Co.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
The Now nnd Fine Al Steel Steamship
" Monowai "
Of tho Occnnic Steamship Compiuiy will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Sydney and
Auckland on or nbout
July 23, 1896.
And will lenvo for tho abovo port with
Mnilb nnd Passengers on or about thnt
For Sydney and Auckland:
The Now and Fine Al Stco Stcnmship
" Mariposa "
Of tho Oceauio Steamship Company will
bo duo nt Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
July 30, 189G.
And will havo prompt despatch with
iMaua anil rustengors tor tno nbovo porta.
The undersigned are now prepared
Tlironh'li Tickets to All Points
in tlio United States.
C37For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN &CQ., L'd,
L 3. AUSTRALIA.
Arrivo Hiinolulu Leave Honolulu
, from S. F. for S. F.
July 17, 1800 July CO, 1S06
Auij. 10, 180U Aug 15, 1S00
From Sau Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. San Francisco.
Arriie Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Mariposa, July.10,'00 I 5Ionowal,July23,00
Monowni, Aug27,00 Alnniccla,Aug20'06
A LIFE SIZE
One Dosca Phclas of the Slltet
LsTIs tho LATEST OFFER wo have
Portiait and Landscape
(At tlio Union.)
lias just opoued his shop at T. I). Murray's
Carriage Factory and will
Shoe Your Horse
At Bottom Figures,
Oceanic Steanisii Go.
From Victoria and Vancouver, 11. O., (o
Suva find Bydnorl
Stmr "MIOWERA" July 10
Stmr "WAltniMOO" August 10
Stmr "MIOWEII A" September 10
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" October 10
C" For Freight and Pnssngo and all
General Information, apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for the IlnwaiinnlBlnuds,
OcclMal & Onralal Sleaiusliip.Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONQKOKOi
Steamors of the abovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to tho
abovo ports on or nlxnit tho following
Stmr Gnolio July 0, 1890
Stmr Oily of Peking July 18. 18!)R
Stmr Chiuu Aug. 0, 1SU0
For BAN FRANCISCO:
Steamors of the abovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong and Yokohama to tho abovo
port on or about tho following dates:
StmrDorio July 0, 1890
Htmr IJeIsio July 2 J, 1S00
Stmr Pent Aug. 1, 1800
Hates of Passage are as follows:
TO YOKO- TO nONO
Cabin 8150.00 $175.00
Cabin, round trip, 1
months 225.00 202.50
Cabin, round trip, 12
months 2G2.50 310.25
European Steerago.... 85.00 100.00
t5Pahhougeira l'aymg full fato will bo
allowed 10 porcent ou" return faro if re
turning witlun twelve months.
CSTFor Freight and Passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
O. L. WIGHT, Pros. S. I). HOSE, Boo.
Cpt. J. A. KING, PortSnpt.
Will leave Houolum nt 10 a. m., touching at
Lnlinina, Manlacn Bay nud M.ikcnti the
samo day; Mahukonn, Kavvnikae and Lau
pnlioehoe tho following day, arriving at
Hi!o the Bnmo evening.
LtAVW HONOLULU. ARRIVES HONOLULU.
Wilder s Sieainship
Tuwday, July 7 Tuesday July 14
Friday July 17 Friday July 21
"Tuesday,. ..July 28 Tucsiiay,.. ..Aug. 4
l'll-lny Aug. 7 Ftiday,.... Aug. 14
'Heturning, -vill leave Hilo ot I o'clook
r. it., toucliiug at LaupaUoohoo, MoliU'.
kona and Kawullmo saiuo day; Mnknna,
Maalnea Day and Lnhaiu.i (ho following
dny; arriving at Honolulu tho uftonioona
of Luebduy and Frldujs.
Will call at Pohoiki, Pnnn.
CNo Freight will be received after
12 noon on dny of Hailing.
Will leavo Honolulu Tuesday nt 5 i m.
touching at Kahulul, liana, Hauipa anil
Kipahulu, Jlnui. Itoturnlng arrives at
Honolulu Sunday morningn.
Will call at Kuu, Kaupo, on second trip
of each month.
EtS"Ko Treight will bo rccoived nfler
p. m. on day of sailing.
This Company will reserves the right to
make changes iu tho timo ot dopartnre and I
arrival of its stcamctn without notice uud
it will not bo responsible for any conic
queuccB arising theiofrom. . .
CousinnceB must ho ot the Laiiditigii lo
receive their Freight; this Company will
not hold itself responsible for freight alter .
it has been landod.
Live Stook only at ownor's risk.
This Company will not be lesponsiblo
for Honey or Valuables of passengers
unless placed In tho core of Parson.
Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. Thoso failing to
do so will be subject to on additional
charge of twenty-live por cent.
To Let or Lease.
THE nESlDFNGE OF MRS, A. LONG,
one mile from postofOco. Largo house with
furniture. Four bed rooms, parlor, large
dining room, pantry, kitchon, bath rooms,
hot and cold water, with patent closots,
servant houses, stnliles, horse paddock,
garden and trons. A charming location.
Apply to J ALI'ltED MAGUON.
tf Merchant at., uext Postofflcoi
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