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EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 2, 189G.
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T1IK OCIIAN OllCYIIOUNn COPTIC
AIIHIVED I.ART NIUIIT.
Fn.xniccrH iron tlie fount and Oilier
IilniuU-dtlicr Hchk 1'rom llio
There In itn unusual scarcity of snltore nt
The Iramn trnmflilp Asloun arrived at
Hongkong on Aug. 20.
Iliu sluuiucr Iwolnnl will depart for I.aha
Inn and Ilamnkua tomorrow.
The steamer Iwnlnnl wn bunched from
the luaruic railway yesterday attcrnoon.
The leal In the V. 11. Utraond hah been
stojiped, and she will probably tall tomorrow
The schooner MM JVahlno arrived jcMcr-1
au.ld K S irau""
The 8. N. Castle received sugar from the
WO Irwin at Inter-Island wharf. This Is
her fltst Instalment. I
Tomorrow, hli;h tide larc 1:10 p in; high '
tide small 0:40 n in; low tide large 4:45 a m;
low tuie small Hi'.'u pm.
New Yoiik. Auir. al. American ship Wllllo '
Hoacnfi'ld, from New York to fan Kraneljco,
foundered 100 inllcs'off the Santa Cathartua
hlands. Fourteen men missing. '
Tlie W O Hall came Into port laic jester
day afternoon from Hawaii and .Maul. 4o
brought a large pateugcr Hat, besides a good
load orsitgar, collee, awa and cattle. I
The UrltUh tramp steamct SI ritliirrry will
take the largest caruo of barley away thut
has left Snn Francisco In one bottom. She
lit load over 7OU0 tons for Liverpool. )
CaptalnDownlng ofthi" steamslilp St. Paul,
recently lost oil Point Cypress, lias been de
prived of lib license as master and pilot by
tho Supervising Inspector of Hulls and Boll
tis at ban FnineUco.
Captain Thompson camo to town overland
from the wreck thb mornlin;, Salli, spars,
rlgclng and other things were put into the
schooner Luka jcstciday, but no coal was
removed from the hark.
The life buoy from n Jananeeman-of-war,
which was plclCAd up In tho Hawaii channel
not loni; npo by the Meamt-r Kllauen Hou,
wns shipped lo the Japanese Foreign OUlcu
In Toklo bv the s'eamshlp Coptic today
Tho Pacific Mall Company's Axlec has sail
ed for Comiix, H.C.. to load coal for llonolu
lulu. All the compmy'g steamera from
llopskoui: are to touch at that point and It Is
necessary to have a full supply there. The
Ar.lcc will take (low n over SIKH) tons.
The following; vcxsels have arrived at San
Francisco: An 21 llktn Martha I)avis.S5
davs and brig V 0 Irwin, 24 days from Ho
nolulu; schr II O Wilht, 3'.' day from Ka
hnlul Aug 'J3 Sli-ninshlp Australia, 0 days
and 2IJf hours from Honolulu AugStHrl
Lurllne. 2:3 days from Kahulul. Aug 2d
Drl" Consuelo, 2'i dajs from Mahukona.
hen the Martha Hals reaches San Fran
cisco she will be laid up or sold. Portland
has cut Into the Sun Francisco trade with
Hawaii to such nn extent that half of the
sugar bonta leave hen iMiipt.i The outs, hay
and produce that uel to uo from San Fran
cisco are shipped from Portland, and In con
scuueiivc ves( N llk( the Martha Davis will
hate to go out of commission. 8. F. Call.
Tho O A OS 9 Coptic. 2714 tons, Inman
8calhy. K.N.H., commands, left San Fran
cisco August 20, at 4 p. m., thence to 23tu
Inst, had strong Westerly winds and high
seas; thence to port moderate Northerly to
variable winds and moderate sens, arriving
September 1st at 0:10 p. tn. Pnssugo 0 days,
4 hours and S4 minutes. The Coptic had l1
tons fi eight for thli port and iji)20 tons mer
chandise ami S121,00il treasure In transit.
Tuesdat, Sept. I.
8 S Coptic, Sealhy, from -an Francisco.
Schr .Mol Wahlne, from 1'aaullo.
WciiNtsiuT, 8ept 2.
Stmr Kcuuhim, Thompson, from ports
Wi:Ni:siiAY, rcpt. 2.
Stmr Kauai, Ilrulin, for Kllauea. Kauai.
S S Coptic, Sealhy, for Japan and China.
Btmr Iwnlanl, Piny the,
TOM on now.
for r.alialna and
From Kitual, per stmr Kiauhuu, Sept. 2
Mrs Tucker and 2 children, and 2 deck pas
censer. trom Snn Franebeo, perstmrCoptlc, Sept.
1-Dr.ISll Pratt, MUs Helen btubbs, Miss
Theodora 31 uhbs, Miss Field, 1 tteeragoand
34 cabin, rl steerage, 1C Japancso and tA Chi
nese In transit.
From Maul and Hawaii, per stmr WO Hall,
Sept 1 J F Morgan, wile ii'id children. F
lluchholtz, A (i Correa, Clias Hay, T l Har
ris, A L llohte'r, H I Hose. Father Andrew,
J W Price. David Dayton, Miss Ella Dayton,
Miss Eva Dayton, J Jgergensen, wife and 2
children, J AI Vivas, wife and children, JN
KeoU and wife, Mrs Adlcr and son. Miss
Mossmun, Mrs Helen Alexander, AHssII Alex
ander, Win Kamaka and wife, AHss Hattle
Kainska, Mih Foley and SI children, Mrs Dr
Uiettevllle and .1 ehlldien, MUi Maud Homer,
Airs Esplnda and sou, .Mrs J Todd and 2
children, Mrs Capl St Claheand 2 ehlldien,
Mia Fanny Ldeo, Mrs F Wllburton, Mrs
Luther Wilcox and party, Airs lit II, Miss
Bell, Mrs Aldilch, Mrs Lily Auld, AIra Kcoho
kalole. Wm Alaknkoa, Mlm L Ackerman and
81 on deck.
For Alaul, per stmr Claudlnc, Sept I W (1
Walker and lfe, Ms 1 Nape, Mist Itodgers,
UK KalwhH'iijwllcaud child, Mist U K Crook,
All-s Mas Wvlgnt,(t(orgo rJehroeder, 8 W
Kaal, wlfi aint? v.Urtitn, M Hoouanl, 8 N .Me
hcula, Mr Aluty Ami l'i, Mist A Crook, Mips
Alice Winter, lr W It Sims mid 2 children,
David Aland wife, Jolnf A Mome 'ilid child.
Awaua, Win Kiilua'iiul, I) N Napihaa anil
wltc, J K Kiiliimu, .1 K Miuiidcrs Ktntx Vlti
. cent, NK Naln, .Tnitiiln Vincent, Lottie
Tuvlor, li-btcin I'.iiiul, Lucy Lnl, Airs
llccky Wilkinson a'nl child, Mrs K HoNli-iii,
NHUecis, WL llanlv, L McUeliot,
Yerfts. Ed Dim-etl, Mrnnil Mrs Dlekey.Mlss
es Dlel.cv (), Mrs Alcvamh r. Miss SoVento ,
I-or Kauai, per stmr Mlkohuln. Sept 1 i
N Wllco, AtisKiUej, Mies Smith, W O
Pinltli, W II Nill, MUs Lamp nan, .Miss L
fioodln. Mr Asku'i and wlfu, A 8 Wllcov,
Airs O U Smith Dr Walters. .Miss II It Neal.
AlUri Lucy Aukai, Miss Alahlum, II 8 HaL'u-
rup, K II I oilier, Aunln Chtistlan, Airs Chas
Uluko, AlrsT II OlliMin and servant, Geo A
Dals, J A Magioii, .f II AlixaudiT, 'MUs A
Thomas, If lleiir. Miss Carrln firulie. Air
Alaiy Knlln. Mai-ter f!hnn. Mr Stanley aud
wile, Li Clinic riid77 on d-ek,
CARGOES FltOAf ISLAND rORTS.
Ex scllr .Mol Wahlne 1810 hags sugar.
Ex stmr Keauhuu iO bags rleii and 2 pkgs
Ex ftmr WO Hall-S2i)l hugs sugar, 7.1
hags entree. M bags uwa, S:S luud cattle, I
horse, 1 now.
TREATMENT FOR SUNBURN.
Atl About tho "Veal Cure' SnTcrnt Other
Wo nono of us, oven tho most fastidi
ous, mind n slight tlngo of olivo of a
becoming sliado to our cheeks, but when
this color deepens Into mahogany, why,
we feel we must take ftotive measures to
rid oursol veo of this unweloorno visitant
Ouo of tho most successful things to
try is tho venl euro. Whon wo como in
from a longdrivoor journoy in tho heat
nnd sun, when our faces smart with sun
bum, if wo at onco apply this euro soon
nil tho discomfort will ccaao. You must
provido yourself with ouo or two veal
cutlets nnd then havo theso cut into thin
slices. Theso raw slices must then bo
carefully laid all over tho faco nnd
lightly kept in place You must retire
into n perfectly darkened room and Ho
on a sofa or bed on your back for half
nn hour or longer. Whon tho veal scorns
hot, it should bo turned on to tho other
Bi(lo mul nppiiC(i ttgan
When tho faco
has ceased to burn, tho veal may Lo ro-
moved and tho f.tco gently washed with
elder flower water, audit must not bo
exposed to tho son ngain that day. Bo
careful to uso no soap on it for a day or
two. This is, however, a euro that can
not always bo ready at hand. In this
caso you must try tho magnesia cure,
which is very easy and very successful.
It is specially haudy after yachting and
Tako very finely pounded calcined
magnesia and mix it with milk to n
moist, pasto; then paint it over tho fnco
with n camel's hair brush, or apply
with n sponge. Let it dry on and ro
main for flvo minutes or so. Then very
gently brush off tho powder with n soft
flannel and wash tho faco in warm
milk nnd water till it is qnito clean.
At night rub a littlo cocoa oil into tho
skin, or smear it with very thin cold
cream, and wlpo off with n soft towel.
Besides thoso cures, however, thcro aro
many most useful and valuablo washes
that will bo found of uso. Somo skins
will not bo affected by remedies that
euro others, and in this caso wo must
try first ono thing nnd then tho other
till wo finally hit on tho ono that suits
our own particular caso.
Fresh cucumbers may bo cut up into
tho very smallest slices and soaked in
milk for ninny hours ; this must thou bo
applied as water would bo to tho face
Buttermilk is often useful when tho
Eunbnrn is very slight, but if tansy
roots aro boiled with it, it will bo found
to bo of very much moro vnluo.
Women who livo in grapo bearing
countries havo an infalliblo remedy for
sunburn. They gather tho grapes when
green, and after first sprinkling with a
littlo nluni, they cook them in nn open
dish in tho oven. "When fender, they
squeezo tho juico out by straining tho
grapes through n coarso picco of muslin.
Then four times n day tho faco is washed
Another remedy is to beat up tho
whito of an egg and apply; let it dry on
tho faco and remain for n quarter of an
hour, nnd then wash off nnd powder
woll with fluo rico powder and let this
remain on for n few .minutes longer.
Water in which parsley has been boiled
will nlso bo found of nso. Plain lemon
juico and rosowater will also suit homo
pkins very woll indeed. It should bo
borno in mind that if any of theso rem-
J cdics aro applied at onco after tho face
nas been cuugnt uy tno sun, tnero is
moro chance of successful remedy than
if tho sunburn is left severely nlono for
A Hint l'or tho Laundry.
Nover lot tho laundress, in her com
mcudablo desiro to give a gloss to tablo
linen, starch it. To produce it high, sat
iny polish on damask it should first bo
thoroughly dampened aud then ironed
with a heavy flatirou until it is abso
lutely dry. Tablecloths and napkins
should never lenvo tho ironing board in
a limp condition. If they aro at all
moist, they will not only look dull and
lusterlcss in tho beginning, but they
will soon loose tho shapo and trimncss
without which they aro untidy and
slovenly looking, euys nn exchange
now to Keep Ice Water.
A pitcher of ico water laid in n nows
paper, with tho ends of tlio paper twisted
togother to excludo tho nir, will roinaiu
all night in nny summer room with
Ecnrccly any perceptiblo molting of tho
To Make NIca Ilutterinllk IMscalts.
A quart of flour, a teaspoonful of
lard, a teaspoonfnl of soda aud ono of
salt ; thick milk for a soft dough. Koll
half nn inch thick, cut out and bako in
a quick oven.
Itloycle ItaRS nnd IlaslioU.
Conveniences for the e,rlist aro be
ing introduced on overy side. Theso in
cludo a variety of bags nnd baskets
whipli aro fashioned in such a manner
as to bo fitted tn tho framo of any mil-
LAUV'S 1U0 AND LUNCHEON BASKETS.
chiuo without inconvouienco to tho
ridor. Very popular aro tho luncheon
baskets and tho ladies' bioyclo bags.
Tho former in somo cases aro furnished
for two persons, in others for ono. Tho
ladies' bicyolo bag as n rulo contains
purso, enrdcase, scent bottle, with watch
aud mirror on tho outside.
i Nicely furnisliotl rooniB nt tho
Popular ITonao, 151 Fort stroot,
from $1.00 per week up.
8 Two Stores on Nunanu street.
4 Four Lots on Alagazlne Hill, 75x120.
From UM to 500 each.
5 Lot on Ilacklcld street, 60x100.
0 A Choice Residence on Lunalllo street,
bttvlugall modem improvements.
7 A Deslrahlu Resldcnco at Alaklkl.
Grounds well laid out. Easy terms.
8 Four Houses and Lots on Punchbowl
street, all rented at monthly rental of $105.
This property la 240 feet on Punchbowl strce,
with a depth of 223 feet running to the drill
grounds or armory, with n frontage on same
for 4 or 6 more cottages. The central loca
tion of tho property makes It most available.
0 House and Lot on Klnau street. Lot
70xt0i ft. This property will be sold at cost
and Is an excellent bargain for a homo seeker,
The house Is elegantly finished and of the
best workmanship and materials. There Is a
carriage house and barn on the premises and
the yard Is well laid out with fruit aud orna
10 A Fluo Resldcnco centrally located,
containing IS rooms. Lot 120x200 ft. Two
small cottages on tho lot bringing In good
U 00 A.cres of Land in Kallhl valley, (Wal
klkl side). A. stream of water flows along
this land. A bargain
12 SO Acres of Best Coffco Land In Puna.
Hawaii, seven miles from Rep. Kycroa's
Largo Collee Plantation. The above land
1a held In fee simple. Also, Kil years lease on
150 acres adjoining uhovo with a privilege of
15 years moro. Pi lee J.'.OOO.
14 A Commodious Residence on Hasslngcr
street, titled with all modern conveniences. Or
will trade lor suburban property.
10 House and Lot on Uerctanla street.
House contains 0 rooms, and all modern con
veniences. Lot 85x145.
17. Fluo Residence on Berctanla street.
For further particulars Inqnlro at my ofllce,
18. A House and Lot on Young titrei t.
19 House and Lot corner Victoria and
Bcretanla streets, opposite Thomas square,
house contains 0 rooms. Size of lot 100x200.
21 House and Lot on Young street near
tho residence ol tho Rev. Air. Hyde. Lot
110x140. House contains eight rooms.
22 Small House and Lot on Kcaumoku
street. Lot 50x100.
23 Pearl City Property-
21 Desirable Tract of Coffee Land on Ha
waii. 25 Two Stores on Nuuanu st.opnoslto Ku-
kill lane, also three lodglug houses In the
rear ot said stores containing 2u rooms In all.
The abovo pays 10 per cent, and Is leased to
responsible parties for a terms of years.
20 A luost Dcsirablo Homo on Thurston
avonno, Large grounds nnd beautiful flow
er garden; house furnished throughout in
hard wood with all latest improvements.
Excellent view of tho city nnd ocean, and
ono which cannot bo cut off.
27 A Largo Lot nnd Commodious Dwel
lingon Green Street, commanding an un
obstructed view of the city and harbor. No
choicer residence is to bo had in the city
even by tho most fastidious.
28 A New House ot seven rooms with
electric lights throughout, bath, patent W
C, servants' quarters and stables. One block
from car lino at 1'unahou.
20- Only ten of those Lots left near
Kamehameha school, from ?25o to ?0oo each.
30 Two Houses and Lots on LUlha street.
31 Au 18 Acre Tract of Land at Kallhl
suitable for dividing up Into building lots.
!12 A House and Lot on Alakca street.
33 A Beautiful Building Lot at Kallhl,
100x200, cleared, fenced and water laid on.
HI A Gently Sloping Lot on Thurston
avenue, 240x125, having a frontage on Orecu
street of 105 feet, and commanding a bird's
eye view of the citvuud harbor.
35 A Lot on Alexander street, adjoining
residence of Clam Spreckels.
30 Elegant Beach Property at Walklki.
38-Tho only CHOICE LOT left at Alaklkl.
It adjclns the residence of J A Ullman and
the residence sites of W L Hopper, II Laws,
nnu ur woou.
40 A Lease of a Hotel centrally located
and completely famished. A good paying
42 Lot 75x150 New houso of 8 rooms,
elegantly finished; servants quarters, carriage
house, stables, etc, ot the corner of Alapal
and Quarry xticcts. Good view of tbu ocean.
:i Three house.t ol'li rnoinx each, all rent
ed to good tenants. Lot It 0 feet on Bcre
tanla sticet by a depth of 200 feet through to
Klnau street, and u froutago on the latter
street of loo feet. Good opportunity for In
vestment. 44 Lot on Maktkl street, 7VIlo Cheap.
45 Houso and lot on Peterson Lane, I'u
lama. House contains (i rooms. Lot 75x110.
40 Dwelling House of 0 roomr, fitted with
all modern conveniences. Lot 125x110.
Situated at Palama.
47 Vacant Lot on Walklki Road, 100x110.
48 lluuau and Lot on Nuuanu street.
House contains elht furnished rooms.
Very conveniently located near the business
center of the city.
Notice; I can Negotlato Loans on any of
the abovo prnpert) lor purchasers desiring
same at from 50 to 75 per cent of tho value.
1 Warehouse on Esplanade.
2 A Storo on Fort street next to Club
3 A Furnished Cottage In a good location
for two or three months.
4-Houso uud Not, 100x230, on Laue off
Sobool street, ndjoiiiiug Kauluwcla school
house. Parlor, .'I 1h Iroonis, diuing-room,
kitchen, pantry, bathhouse, carriapo houso,
stable nnd outlmildiux. Rent 30 per
5- A Beautiful Summer Residence at the
Peninsula, Pe.irl City, completely furuUlied;
flvo rooms and servant's quarters. Will rent
cheap to u desirable tenant. The lot Is over
an nem In fl.e and well laid out, and com
mands a beautiful view vf the harbor,
0 Stoio llooiu, IM.nIS, $25 per month,
dilvcuay Into It. Uerctanla street, rear of
City Feed Store.
7 1'leco giound SO feet front, on Bcreta
nla Btreet, next to Cltj Feed Store. Will
en el good store on ground and lease 5 yeuis
at $.10 per mouth.
b A Furnished Resldcnco on King street
In a desli able locality.
0 A Partly Furnished Residence at Walkl
ki, next to the residence of J AI McChcsney.
Will rent by the mouth or will lease to a
dcsliablo puity. Flnu seabathing.
210 King street.
On and after Tueday, Beptcmber 1st,
Dr. Wayson will bu at Dr. Herbert's ofllce,
Alikeft street, until Dr. Herbert's return.
Olllco hours IromO to 11 a. m., 1 to 3 and 7
to 8 p. m. Telephone 121. Night telephone 340.
Steamers ot tho atmvo Lino running in connection with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, B. O., nnd Sydney, N. S. W nnd calling nt Victoria, B. O.
Honolulu nnd Snvn (Fiji),
.A-IESE ODTTB A.T HOasrOLTTXjTT
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
From Sydney and Burn, for Victoria nnd
Vancouver. 11. O.i
Btmr "WARRIMOO" Soptember 24
Stmr "MIOW ERA" October 24
Stmr "WA1UUMOO" November 2-1
Stmr "MIOWEllA" December 24
Through Tickets lH.sucrt from Honolulu to Canada,
TJnltcl States niul Europe.
rnEianT and i'assenoeu aoknts:
D. JIoNicoll, Montreal, Cnnadu.
Rouekt Kmtn, Winnipeg, Canada,
M. M. Steiin, Shu Francisco, UaL
G. MoL. BnowN, Vancouver, B. O.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
The Now nnd Fino AI Steel Steamship
" Mariposa "
Of tho Oceanio Stenmship Company will
bo due nt Honolulu from Sydney and
Auoltlnnd on or about
Sept. 17, 1896.
And will leave for tho aliovo port with
Mails and Passengers on or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho Now and Fino AI Stco Stenmship
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Snn Francisco
on or about
Sept. 24, 1896.
And will havo prompt despatch with
Mails and Passcngora for tho abovo ports.
Tho undersigned are now prepared
Through Tickets to All L'oinlt
in tho L'nitotl States.
t3?For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
Sept. 4, 1890.. .
for S. F.
..Sept. 0, 1896
...Oct. 3, 1S90
From San Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. Son Francisco.
ilrrite ifonoM?u. Leave Honolulu.
Alameda, Sept24,00 I Mariposa,Septl7,00
Mariposa, Oct 22, '90 Monowai.Oct 16'98
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JTCmT ST RJC ET.
320 Fort street, near Merchant.
Custom House Broicr aud Statistician
General Business Agent.
Oceanic SleamsMD Co.
Oceanic StBisft Co.1 Co's
-ss. I TIME TABLE.
From Victoria nnd VnnoniMor, It. C,, to
Hiif n nnd Sydney!
Stmr "MIOWEUA" Scptembor 16
Stmr "WA1I1UMOO" October 10
Stmr "MIO WEHA" November 10
Stmr " WA1UUMOO" Deccmbor 10
X3T For Freight nnd Passage and nil
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG:
Ht earners of tho above Companies will
call nt Honolulu on their wny to the
abovo ports on or nliout tho following
Btmr lllo de Jnnriio Sept. 10, IS00
Stmr City of Pokingf. . . .Stpt. 2S, 1897
Stmr Dorio Oct. 7, 18
For SAN FRANCISCO:
Steamers of the above Companies will
oall at Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong nnd Yokohama to the abovo
port on or about tho following dates:
Stun- Doric Sept. 15, 1800
Stmr China Sept. 23, 18')0
Btmr Pom Oct. 12, 1890
Rates of Passage are as follows:
TO YOKO- TO HONO
Cabin 5J1C0.00 175.00
Cabin, round trip, 4
months 225.00 262.50
Cabin, round trip, 12
ruontbu 2G2.C0 31G.25
European Steerage .... 85.00 100.00
C3yPassengers paying full faro will bo
allowed 10 neicent 'off return fare if re
turning within twclvo months.
tSJTFor Freight nnd Passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
O. L. WIGHT, Pres. S. D. ROSE, Soo.
Copt. J. A. KING, Poit Supt.
Will leave Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching nt
Lahaiua, Mniilaea 13ay and Mukeua the
same djy; Mnhukonii, Kawaihaeaud Lau
Sahoehoe tho following day, arriving at
ilo tho same oveniug.
LIAVES HONOLULU. ABBIVES HONOLULU.
Tuesday Sopt. 8
Friday Sept. 18
Friday Oct. 0
Friday Sept. 4
Tncbilny .. .Sept. 15
Friday Sop t. 25
Tuesday Uct. 0
Returning, will lenvo nilo at 1 o'clock
P. M., touching at Laupahuehoe, Mahu
kona and Kawaihao S'.iino day; Mitkeun,
Maalaca Hay and Lahaina the following
day; arriving at Honolulu tho afternoons
of Tuesday and Fridays.
Will call at Pohoiki, Pnna.
jCWNo Freight will be received after
12 noon on day ot sailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday at 5 r. M.i
touching at Kahului, liana, liamoa and
Kipahulu, Maui. Returning arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, on second trip
of each month.
XyffTNo Freight will bo received after
r. m. on day of sailing.
This Company, will reserves the right to
mnko changes in tho time of dejiartiue and
arrival of its steauiois without notice and
it will not bo losponslblo for any conse
quences arising therefrom.
Consignees must bo at the Landings to
receive thoir Freight; this Company will
not hold itself respousiblo for freight after
it has been lauded.
Livo Stook only at ownor's risk.
This Company will not bo responsible
for Monoy or Valuables of passengers
unless placed in the care of Pursers.
Passongors aro requested to pnrchaso
tiokots before enibnrkiug. Thoo failing to
do so will be subject to an additional
charge of twenty.iivo per cent.
To Let or Lease.
THE nESlDENCE OF MR8. A. LONG,
one mile from postofflce. Large house with
(nrniture. Four bed rooms, parlor, large
dining room, pantry, kitchen, bath rooms,
hot and cold water, with patent closets,
servant houses, stables, horse paddock,
garden and trees, A charming location.
Apply to J ALFRED MAGOON.
tf Merchunt St., next rontoulcei
Pacific Mail Imm k
Occiftental & Oriental Steamsliip Co.
Pioneer Building and
Assets July, 1S9G, $106,646.16
Money Loaned on Approved So'curity.
A Savings Bank for Monthly Deposits,
Houses Unlit on the Monthly Installment
Thirteenth Series of Stock now open.
For further particulars apply to
A. V. GEAB, Sccrotary.
Oharuber of Commerce Rooms.
OfUeo hours, 12:30 1:30 P.M. 373-tf
BRUCE CART WRIGHT,
General Manager of
The Equitable Life Assuranco Society
Of tho United States for the Hawaiian
Orr'tvt Merchant Btreet, Honolulu.
ATLAS -:-ASSURANCE-:- COMPANY
Assets, - - - $10,000,000.
H. W. Schmidt & Sons,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
JOHN T. LUND,
Instrument -:- PIaker,
Bicycle lepairing and nickel plating a
Gold, Site and Bronze Electroplating..
130 FORT ST. s : s TEL. 007.
BRASS SIGNS MADE TO ORDER.
C. B. DW1GHT
Takes contracts for all kinds of STONE
WORK, momimout work, etinent and
stons sidewalks and curbing. I havo on
hand tho best Hawaiian stone, Chines,
graiiito, etc Fine stqno for monumental
work. Estimates given and lowtst prices
assured. Telephone 833.
CoHsoMateu Soda Water Co;, L'fl
Corner Allen & Fort Sts., Honolulu.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
DAVID K BAKER,
Nuuaun Valley, abovo tho Mausoleum.
All orders given prompt and faithfnl at
tention. No extra charge for delivering
Flowers to any part of tho citys Lois,
Mountain Greens and Carnations a spo
Hawaiian and Foreign Hll niul Animals
mo u n I id In the best maimer, uslnir tliu latest
methods only. Hotel St near Dr McGrew.
Hntol St.. nonr Fort. Tel. 302.
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEER AND STOCK BROKER
No. 45 Queen Street.
Export Appraisement of Heal
E3tnto and Purniturw.
GONSALVES & CO,
WHOLESALE GROCEES AND
WINE MEEOHANTS. '
225 Queen street, Honolulu, H. I.
M. S GRINBAUM & CO.,
Queen street, Honolulu, and !215 Front
street, San Francisco, Cal.
General Merchandise and . ,
. . Commifsion Merchants.
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers of
European and American Dry Goods,
Tort and Queen Streets.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal
and Building Miiteriuls of all
Queen Rtreot, Honolulu,
Book and Job Printer
Merchant Street, Honolulu, H. I,
Over Hawaiian News Company's
Book Storo. my 18.
A. V. GEAR.
No. 210 King St.