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EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 25, 1890.
8TKAMKK W. 41. 1IAI.L. r.l'AHTi;i
FUll MAUI AND HAWAII.
The WnUlenlr The UImu oii the
Mnrlne llnllnny Iolnn
AloniC the Ilnck.
The dredce lias returned to the mouth of
ttie Nuuunu river.
Tbo P M S S Ar.tec will not get away until
nomcllmc next week.
The Kllkltnt lian hauled up to Fort street
wharf to inilond lumlier,
Tlio elilp Troop Is discharging ballast and
loading sugar at Oi entile dock.
Tlio Yamaguelil Maru did not sail ycMcr
day. She leave for Seattle this evci lug.
The steamer KIiimi Is on tlio Marine Hall
May to have her bottom cleaned and re
painted. The UBS Adams nturnrd front a crulfe
this afternoon. Bhe has been out siveral
Tomorrow, high tldclarno 5: 8 am; high
tide small i pin; low tide laigu lu:IX li in;
low tide small ll.HO a m.
The steamer WnlaUalo will sail at 4 p m
tomorrow tor Kitnuiu, Knllblnnl, llnnulel
and oilier ports on Kauai.
Tlio S U Wilder went ovei to the ltallroad
wharf yesterday to (Uncharge some heavy
machinery and oilier inerehani!su.
Tho band was down on Klnnu wharf at tho
departure of the S S Warrlinoo yesterday.
Iieforc pl.iylug, the band bojs were trealid
to refreshments by tl e steward of the nhit
Tho schooler Lavlnla lauded another lou..
of coal fiom tho birk (lalnsliorough today.
A quantity f the coal taken from the wreck
wan put Into the Alaiiiida jeslerda), to be
tried in the liner's furiincitt.
llefore the depnrtuiu of the Warrlmoo
yesterday atteruoon, a stowaway who was
ioiind lu ihu enul bunkers ot the steamer was
brought ashore t.j Cnptaln Kvans Ho had
forgotten to pay a bill lor hW board up
USB Adams, WatMHi, from a cruise.
Btmr iVulalcale, Peterson, from Kauai.
FitiDAT, Sept 23.
Jnp stmr Yamiiguehl Maru, Allen, lor
Stmr W O Hall. Slmerson, for Maul and
From Kauai, lier stmr Walalcale, Sept 25
fl 11 ('.rant. Ah lloug nniiat dick passengers.
From Hawaii and .Maul ports, per rtnir
Khali. -lept'Jl Volennn: h A Mott-Smlth
and wife, Harold i.illurd, J W Anderson, O
NCurtaXHiid wire. 11 1 Kukln, Ur 'ollut, E
A Mitchell, A Chamberlain, W 0 Pe.ieoeU
and wife. Wuy ports. Mrs J Finney. Mrs
I. T (Srant.-S IleeUr, J C Serpiner, O J Mc
Candless, I. C Ablet, Mr 1. T Smith, 1' A
Was, T W Rvim-lu. AdJ M uonson, M Chi
niuia, H Walt. W Watt. E Mutton, W A
Wall, Mls A 11 Clapperd mi, Mrs Aklna, I.
Aseu, II F Sehoen, (ho F Renloti and wife, V
Somerleld, Aou Aklua, Cnpt A hi born and Si
For the Colonies, per stmr Alameda Sept
24 Milton J Flood and Mls E Lamar.
For Vancouver and Victoria, per stmr
Warrlmoo, Sept 21" W (1 Slnglehnrst, .1
Armstrong, .J li Henton. MIm Wlirht, Charles
F Schcrmerlioru, W A (ileason and Mrs C J
Markle, daughter and on.
Fur Maul and Hawaii, per stmr W G Hall,
Sept 25 W O Smith and daughter, Mrs
Ounn, Lizzie Perkins. l)r Weddlek. Mrs
Wnlau. Mis l.ttey Dudolt.Capt Ahlborn, Mrs
Humphreys. C I) Miller, .1 Cunningham. Mrs
I) Kalawula, Mrs Mejer, Miss Daldson,
Mist Mllhr, Mbs Clurk, and 44 deck pus
tengers. VES8EL8 LEAVING TOMORROW.
Stmr Walnleale, Peterson, for Kauai
OAROOES FROM ISLAND TORTS.
Ex stmr Walalealc 2JU b.igs rice.
Fxstmr Klnaii -120 bngt sugar, ai3 hags
epudi, M bac crrn, 25 head cattle, 19 hogs,
3J bills hides, 128 pkgs sundrli's.
U 8 S Adams, Watson, San Fiauclsco.
(Coasters uot ltteluded In this list.)
Am bktn-Kllkltat, Cutler, Port Townscnd.
Itr ship Troop, Fritz, Portland.
Haw stmr Aztec, llrowtt, Nunaimo.
Haw selir Norma, Uosehlll, Fieneh Frigate
Hrlt bk Lailas. Dixon I.lverno d.
Am brig W (i Irwin. Williams, V.
Am bktu S i Wilder, McNeil. S F.
Am bk Mtild.i. .Mi-Keiile. Miillle.
Am bk Ceyl.ui, Calhoiin, Poll I'own-end.
FOUKION KS.-i:t.8 EXI'Kl'TKI).
Am hi: Martha Dails i F Duo
Am sclih Offender, Eureka Due
(ierbk II I'madcLaysnti Island. .. .Si pt Ho
tier lil; J C t.lud.'. Liu rpool,...No ember HO
Am bk Kriwitid Mnj New Voil(..Aeg:.H.
'm bk JimiiIiioU Nev.cai.tle l)u
UrslipKUull Nuwcustlc. .. Due
(ler hi; rtplcii Ilnneu Aug o
III: blluihrn Nittciidle Due
D. Iluwutd ICitchcock 1ms ro
turiipd fioni his vacation on Uu
waii and has rpopnned his classes
in Drawing and Painting. Private
pupils givon instruction in special
lines. Glues Days: Tuesdays and
Thursdays. Studio, 115 Ilotol
A. J. Derby, D.D.S., Dontol
oflioe CnltHm) No. 100, Alaicua
street, Klfplmno v o. (i,5 Oflico
hours t) A m. to i r it.
How to Mnlio n Ilalinl Illiiilmrli I'mlillug.
Five sitickrt of rhubutb, oniMiuurtrr
pound of pounded sugar, ouo-iHiitrtvr
pound of butter, roiiio stnlo bread. Lino
n plo dish witli Hlicua of bread nnd but
tcr, cover with cut up rhubarb strewed
with sugar and thin slices of brend and
butter,, and so ou alternately until tho
dish is full, having tho rhubarb and
sugar on tho top; cover with iv pluto
and bako otic-half hour. Servo hot.
How to Make Watermelon nd I'rach Ices.
Watermelon lee. Select very ripo mid
n very red watermelon. Savo nil tlio
water nnd scrnpo all tho red pulp fine.
Allow a pound of sugar to a gallon of
this liquid nnd freeze. When tlio ico is
half frozen, add tho well bcatou whites
of 8 eggs nnd stir tho mnss frequently
from tho bottom with u wooden spatula.
Tho flavor of this ico naturally depends
largely upon tho quality of tho melon.
Pcnrit Ico. Select n dozen nice ripo
peaches 3 lemons nnd II pints of elnri
lied sugar. Paro tho peaches and press
tho pulp through a sieve; then add
tho clarified sugar and lemon juice, and
freeze. When nicely frozen, mix thor
oughly with tho ico a nieringno mndo of
tho whites of 2 eggs nnd 4 tablespoons
of sugar. Set awuy for an hour before
How to Tltnho a Dalntj riithllnn
This delicious pudding is mado from
half a cupful of rice, 3 eggs, 3 cupfuli
of milk, half a cupful of sugar and a
pint of whipped cream. Boil tho rico
until tender, putting it ou to cook in a
pint of cold water; add a pinch of salt,
and when cooked nearly dry put tho rico
in your doublo boiler with 3 cupfuls of
milk. Cook until all tlio milk is ab
sorbed and then put through a siovo.
Kcturn tho rico to tho boiler; ndd tho 3
eggs, beaten until light, and tho sugar.
When cold, flavor, mix thoroughly with
the whipped cream, beating it into rice,
How to Slake Halted Flam I'mldlne;.
Eight crackers rolled flno, 4 eggs well
beaten, a qnart of milk, thrco-fourths
cup of sugar, 3 tablcspoonfuls butter,
one-fourth tcaspoouful salt, one-fourth
nutmeg, one-half tcaspoouful cinnamon,
a pound raisins, seeded. Mix all but
eggs, then add them, beaten very light,
Baku in n modcruto oven about an hour
and a half.
A I'ruilont Maid.
"Jack writes he has been playing
poker with papa, and papa writes he
can't possibly sond mo n check for a
"What on earth nro you coiug tortof"
"Sond for Jack." Life."
1'hI1 In Its Niime.
Olimnto of ovory varioty exerts
a diiTerent iniluenco on tlio do
Biros of iuaukiud for a stimulant.
In colder zones boveragos of great
alcoholic strength are used to a
very much larger degroo than in
the tropics. Beer is best suited
to our climate and nono found in
tho market is bettor than that
bpariug tho brand of "Pabst,
Milwaukee." It is browed from
the best of malt and hops and is
a great thirst quenchor and invi
gorator and stimulates tho nerves
and muscles. At tho Eoyal, Cos
mopolitan and Pacific saloons it
may be found, cold and pure. In
terchangeable cheekB aro issued
which may be used at any of tho
M. A. P ixoto, proprietor of tho
Union barber shop, noxt to the
Art Gallery, guarantees to givo a
shavo that will mako your hair
curl with joy.
Mechanics' Pi'ino, corner Hotel
and Nun mil Htrwtn, lodging by
day, woiik or tnnth. Terms: 25
aid o() emit, inn f'r.t. $1, and
SI . "r -4
llnvrTo Ganlou IIopa has estab
lished a lasting reputation for
superiority. The .'3 ply granite
brand will last longer than heavier
4 ply hoao mado of inferior
materials. The Pacific Ilanhvaro
Co., LM. v
Kroogor Pianos, sweetest in tone,
Jas.W. lJorgstrom, .solo agent, cash
or installments.- Warerooms at
G. WphI'h, Masonic Temple. Of
fice tit Thrum V IlookStoro. Tun
ing and repairing. 8&? Tele
Singers lead tho world. Over
13,000,000 made and sold. High
est awards at tho "World's Colum
bian Exposition for excellonco of
construction, regularity of motion,
ease of motiou, ureat speed, ad
justability, durability, ease of
learning and convenience of ar
rangement. II. 13oigerscn, agent,
Kii Bothel etrceUi.
8 Two Stores on Nuuinu street.
4 Lot on Magazine Hill, 120x2"! fert,
commanding an excellent view of the city
5 hot on Hackfeld street, 80x100.
0 A Choice Hesldcneo on I.unalllo street,
halng nil modern Improvements.
7 A Desirable ltcsldcnce at Maklkl.
Grounds well laid nut. Easy terms.
8 Four Houses and Lots on Punchbowl
street, all rented at a monthly rental of 1 11)5.
This property Is 240 feet ou Punchbowl stree,
with a depth of 832 feet running to the drill
grounds or armory, with a fronlago on same
for 4 or B more cottages. Tho central loca
tion oft ho nroncrtv makes It most available.
0 House and Lot on Kluau street. Lot
70x10" It. This property will bo sold at cost
and Is an excellent bargain for a home seeker,
Tho houso Is elegantly llnlshed and of the
best workmanship and materials. There i n
carriage house and bum on the premises aud
tho yard Is well luld out w 1th fruit and orna
10 A Flno llcsldcnec centrally located,
containing i5 rooms. Lot 12(1x200 ft. Two
small cottages ou the lot bringing In good
1130 Acres ofLaiul In Kallhl valley, (Wal
klki side). i stream of water Hows along
this land. A bargain.
1 1 A OotrmodlousHesldcnee on Hasslnger
street, fitted with ull modern conveniences. Or
will trade lor suburban property.
PI llounoand Lot on llcrctanla street.
Houso contains II rooms, nnd all modern con
veniences, Lot KiixUii. i
17. Fine Residence on llcrctanla street.
For further particulars Inquire at my olllcc,
IS. A House and Lot on Young street.
10 House and Lot comer Victoria and
Ucretaula streets, opposite Thomas square.
house contains 0 rooms. Size of lot lU0x2U0.
21 Houso and Lot on Yonug street near
the residence ot tho Itev. Mr. Hyde. Lot
UOirTill lt.iiii.fi omitnllia ,ttrlit. rilOlllfl.
22 Small House and Lot on Kcaumoku
street. Lot f.UxlUO.
23 Pearl City Property.
21 Desirable Tract of Coffee Land on Ha
waii. 25 Two Stoics on Nuimnu st, opposite Ku
kul lane, also three lodging houses In the
rear of said stores containing 2u rooms In all.
Tho above pays 10 per cent, and Is leased to
responsible p.ntles lor o terms of years.
20 A most Ooslrablo Homo on Thurston
avenue. Large grounds nnd beautiful Uow
er guidoni houso furnished throughout in
hnrd wood with nil latest improvements.
Excellent view of tho city nnd ocean, and
one which cannot bo cut off.
27 V Large Lot and Commodious Dwel
ling on Green Street, commanding an un
obstructed viow of tho city nnd harbor. No
choicer residenco is to bo had in tho city
oven by the most fnstldicux.
28 A New House ot seven rooms with
electric lights throughout, both, patent W
C, scrvantsquartersnnd stables. One block
from car Hue at Punuhou.
20- Only 4 or those Lots lelt near kameha
HO I wo Houses and Lots on Llllba street.
81 An IS Aero Tract of Land ut Kallhl
suitable for dividing up Into building lots.
tt A House and Lot on Alnkea street.
33 A Deautiful Uutldlng Lot at Kallhl,
100x200, cleared, fenced and water laid on.
31 A Gently Sloping Lot on Thurston
avenue, 210x125, Imlng a frontaue on Green
street of 105 feet, and commanding a bird's
eyo view ol the tltv and harbor.
35 A Lot on Alexander street, adjoining
residence oi'Clau Sprockets.
SO Elegant Ucacu Property at Walklkl.
33-The only CHOICE LOT left nt Maklkl.
It ndlrlns the resldeucu of J A Gllmun and
I the residence sites of V L Hopper, 11 Luws,
anu ur woou.
42 Lot 75150 New housu of 8 rooma,
elegant y llnlshed; 6crants quarters, carriage,
house, stables, uic, at the corner of Alapal
and Quarry hticcts. Good view of the oi ean.
4H Three houses of 0 rooms each, all rent
ed to good tenants. Lot II I) feet on Here
Inula strict by a depth of 20U feet through to
Kluau street, and a frontage on tlio latter
street of loo feet. Good opportunity for lu
chtmeut. 4 Lot on Maklkl street, 7-Vllo Cheap.
45 House uml lot on Peterson Lane, Pa
luma. House contains II rooms. Lot 75x110.
4U Duelling HotifeofO rooms, lilted with
all modern conveniences. Lot 125x110.
Situated at Palatini.
47 Vacant Lot on WnlUkl Koad, 100x110.
48lloii8e and Lot on Nuuaiiii stieet.
House contains eluht furnished looms.
Very conveniently located near the business
center of the city.
411 Elegant Residence at l'uiiahou. Houso
of 7 rooms with ull modern conveniences.
Lot loor.'oo, nicely pUuted with fruit and
Notice: I can Negotiate Loans on any of
the above property lor purchasers desiring
samo at from 50 to 75 per cent of the value.
1 Worelioiue on Esilauade.
!i A Storu on Foit Mreet next to Cluh
,l A Furnished Cottage In n good locution
for two or three month.
1 House nnd Lot, 100x2.10, on Lnno off
So'ool street, udjniuiuK Knuluvelar.chool
houto. l'urlor, .1 lieh')iuur, diuiuK-room,
kiteluin, jmntiy, hutlihousc, ciirriii;o hotiBe,
sti.hlo un 1 ii.'.lmildiii(.;. Jteiit ?-'A per
5- A lU-ant Iful siiiuiner l!raidcnce nt the
I'enluaum, I'e.nl ( 'tv, smnjiletely fiunlshed;
live rooms ami nil's iiiirteii. Will lent
clienp to h divln.lili lenuiil Tho lot soer
an acre lu rlr.c mil uc!l laid out, mid com
miiudti lieaullttil moh ot tlie hnrbor,
15 Store Koum, (VixIS, ?J."i per month,
driveway Into It. Ucretunln etreu, ieur of
CIl Feed Store.
7 I'ieee ground ."II feet front, on lieretn
nla street, nest to Cltj Feed Store. Will
erect good tor,- on ground mid lease S jeuis
at 0 II pel' iiiontli.
W A Furnl-lied Hi nldenco on Klnx street
In a di't-luiiile locullty.
0 A I'uitlj FuniWlied Ilenldenco at Wnlkl
Id, iievt to tin- resldi'iieo of J M MeCliesuey.
Will lent by the inonMi or will leasu to a
dislrnbleiuty. l'lue eu bathing.
10 KuinUhrd Cottage (oreouple nt Wal
Kikl, i-enantp' quurters, stables, itc. C-3 per
month, long lent.u.
ll--I..irgu Hull on F.uimn street, ground
Hour. Anv society wlthlng u itilet locution
will do well to see this.
A.- V. GEAR,
274-tf U10 King street.
For Sale or Lease
"House and Xjot!
On tho corner of Victoria and Oreen
11' Apply to
3VJ tf AKTUUR IIAimiSON.
Pioneer Building and
Assets July, JS9G, $106,646.15
Monoy Loaned on Approved Sccnritv.
A BnvingH Hank for Monthly Deposits.
Houses llullt on the Monthly Installment
Thitteeuth Series of Stook now open.
For farther particulars apply to
A. V. GEAR, Secrotary.
Clinmlxr ot Commerce- ltoorus.
Ofllco hours, 12:.10 1;301'.M. 373-tt
Qcnoral Manager of
Tho Equitable Lifo Assurance Society
Of the United States for tho Hawaiian
Orvor: Merchant street, Honolulu.
ATLAS -:- ASSURANCE-:- COMPANY
Assets, - - - $10,000,000.
H. W. 8CHM1OT Ik DON9,
Agouti for tlio Hawaiian Islands.
O. B. DWIGHT
Takes contracts for nil kinds of STONE
WOKK, monument work, cunout nnd
stone nldownlks nnd curbing, I havo on
hand the best Hawaiian stone, Chineso
granito, oto. l'ino Btono for monumental
work. Estimates given nud lowest prices
assured. Telephone 8.3.1.
GoDSsoliiateil Sole Water . Co., Ki
Corner Allen & Fort Sts., Honolulu.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Hotol St., nenr Fort. Tel. 802,
Ja3. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEEK AND STOCK BltOKEB
No. 45 Queen Street.
Expert Apprnisemoiit of Benl
Estate and Furniture.
GRINDING AND SHARPENINO OF ALL KINDS.
Merchant and llichnrds Streets.
J5gT Sharpens Tools and Cutting Knives,
Grinds Surgical Instruments to Order, Kile
Saws, etc., etc. -KH-tf
Hawaiian and Foreign Birds and Animate
mounted lu the hest manner, Ufclntr the latest
methods only. Hotel St near I)r MeGruw.
DAVID K. BAKER,
Nuuauu Vnlloy, above the ilausoloum.
All orders rdven prompt and faithful at
tention. No oxtrn charge for delivering
Flowers to nuy part of tho city. Leis,
Mountain Grccus and Carnations a spe
GONSALVES & CO,
WHOLESALE GROOEES AND
225 Queen street, Honolulu, H. I.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Denlors in Lumber nnd Coal
and Building Materials of all
Quoen Stioot, Honolulu.
Book and Job Printer
Morckunt Street, Honolulu, H. I.
Over Un wniintt News Company's
Bookstore. my 13,
M.' S GEINBAUM & CO.,
Queen stieet, Honolulu, and 215 Front
btrcct, San Frnueisco, Oil.
General Hcrclisndiso end . .
. . Commission Merchants.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS,
0or. Fort nud Queen Streets, Honolulu.
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Wholesale Importers nnd Jobbers of
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Qucon Streqts.
Btoamors of tho nbovo Lino running in connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Botwocn Vancouver, B. O., nnd Sydney, N. B. W nnd calling at Victoria, B. O.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
uSi.I5B IDTXIB -ift-a? ZSOSSTOXjTTIjXr
On or about tho dates below fitntcd, viz.:
From Sydney nnd Sura, for Victoria nnd
Vnncouter, It. C.i
Stmr "3IIOWE1U" October 24
Btmr "WAIUtlMOO" November 2-1
Btmr 'MIOWEKA" December 21
Stmr "WAIUtlMOO" January 24
Through Tickets IhhuciI from Honolulu to Civniulu,
United StntcH mid Uuroitc.
FItniOUT AND rASSKNOKll aoknth:
D. MoNicoLii, Montrcnl, Onundu.
llonnnT Kbkii, Winnipeg, Cnuadn.
M. M. Stkiin, Snn Frnncisco, Onl.
Q. MoL. BitowN, Vnnronor, B. 0.
Oceanic Steamsliin Co;
Australian Mail Service,
For San Francisco:
Tho Now nud Fine Al Steel Sleamohip
" Monowai "
Of tho Ocenuio Stentwhip Compnuy will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Syduoy and
Auckland on or about
Oct. 15, 1896.
And will leave for tho nbovo port with
Mails and Passengers on or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:
The Now and Fiuo Al Stee Steamship
" Mariposa "
Of tho Ocennio Steamship Company will
bo duo nt Ilonplulu from San Francisco
on or about
Oct. 22, 1896.
And will havo prompt despatch with
iUnile and Passengers for tho above ports.
Tho undersigned nro now propnred
Through Tickots to All Points
in tho Unite! Stutes.
CSTFor further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
Bopt. 28, 1800.
Oct. 20, 1800...
for 8. F.
...Oct. 3, 181)0
...Oct. 28, 1890
From San Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. San Francisco.
Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Mariposa, Oct 22, '90 I Mouowni.Oot 15'91
Monowui, Nov 11), '06 Alumedu.Nov 12,00
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KOBT STI ? TC ET.
320 Fort htrcot, near Merchant.
Custom House Broker and Statistician
General Business Agent.
He lmm Co.
l'rom Victoria nnd Vnncnnver, It. O., to
Sum. nnd Hj'iliiey!
Btmr "WAIUtlMOO" Octohtr 10
Stmr "MIOWE11A" November 10
Stmr " WAltnitlOO" Di c- mber 16
Btmr "MIOWEKA" Jonunry 10
C57 For Freight nud Pnssngo nnd all
Goneral Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for tho IlawniinnlnlnndH.
tm ill fkm Go
OcGiaeutal & Oriental Sleaniship Co:
For YOKOHAMA nnd HONGKONG i
Steamers of tho above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to tho
nbovo ports on or about tho following
titmr City of Peking Sept 28, 1890
Stmr Doric Oct. 7, lKOfl
StmrUelgio Oct. 24, 1S90
For SAN FRANCISCO:
Stenmors of tho nbovo CnmtmiitVn will
coll at Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong nnd Yokohama to tho above
port on or about tho following dates:
tft'r I em Oct. 12, 890
StmrCoptio Oct, 20, 1890
StmrGneiio Nov. 0, 18U0
Rates of Passage are as follows:
TO TOKO- TO IIONd
Cabin 81C0.00 S175.00
Cabin, round trip, 4
months 225.00 262.50
Cabin, round trip, 12
mouths 2G2.B0 810.25
European Steerage.... 85.00 100.00
JSTPassengers paying full faro will bo
allowed 10 percent off return foro if ro ,
LuiuujK wnuiii iwcivo mourns.
GTFor Freight nnd Passago apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO,,
Wife's Steamship Co's
O. L. WIGHT, I'rcs. S. B. ROSE, Soo.
Capt. J. A. KING, PortSupt.
Will lonvo Honolnlu at 10 a. m., tonching at
Lahainn, Maulaca Bay and M kena tho
sumo (by; Mahukomi, Knwnihuo nnd Lnu
pahoohoo the following day, arriving at
Ililo the samo ovening.
LKAVE8 HONOLnt.U. ABRIVrS HONOLULU.
Friday Uct. 9
Tncsdny Oct. 20
"Friday Oct. 30
Tuesday Oct. G
Friday Oct. 10
Tuesday . . . .Oct. 20
Friday Nov. 0
Returning, will leavo Ililo at 1 o'clock.
P. M., touching at Laupahochoo, MahnA
kona and Knwniliuo hiii o dayj Mukonn JL
Maaluoa Bay and Luhaina tho following
day; arriving at Honolulu tho afternoons
of '1 noHday and Fridays.
Will odi at rohoiki, Puna.
flJSPNo Fieight will be received after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leavo Honolulu Tnesdiiy nt 5 r. m.i
touching at Kahnlni, IJnna, Unnioannd
Kipuhuln, Mnui. Iieturiiiug nrrives at
Honolulu tjiiiidny moniingK.
Will call at Nun, Katipo, ou second trip
of each month.
KTNo Freight will ho rocoived aftor
p. u. on day of Hiiiling.
This Couiiuny will ruKerves the right to
mako chtiugHs in the tiino of departure and
arrival of Its hteuuiurs without untico und
it will uot ho renpoiihililo for any conse
quences arising therefrom.
Conftignres juust ho nt the Landings to
rocoivo their Frrieht; this Company will
not hold itself respoiiBilile for freight aftor
it him buuu landed.
Live Stook only nt owner's risk.
This Compnuy will not be responsible
for Money or Valuables of passengers
unless placed in thn caio of Pursers.
Pahseugoi-s aro tequested to purchase
tickets before embarking. TIioho fniliug to
do so will bo subject to an additional
charge of twenty-live per cent.
To Let or Lease.
TnE nESlDFNOE OF MRS. A. LONG,
one ruilo from postofHco. Largo house with
turuituro. Four bed rooms, parlor, largo I
dining room, pantry, kitchen, biith rooms,
hot and cold water, with patent closots,
servant houses, stables, horso paddock,
garden and trees. A charming locntiou.
Apply to J ALIM1F.D JIAGOON.
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