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rAcirio in mi, s. s. rr.itu ah
mvKD rjtoni Yokohama.
JBXolilrnn From Nun l'rnnclaco
ITIntlliln Ommird on Nmictny
Arrlr Altnnrd the Troop.
The Jamcj Makee goes to Kapta tills even
ing. I'MS 3 l'cru will tall nt 5 p m for San
The Imrk Matilda Bulled. Sunday
for Pugct Sound.
The Porn brought 212 Clilncso
ancse for ttits poit.
The Kllnuea iloil will anil at 4
' morrow tor iluwnll.
p m to-
Tlio lurk Martini UavU received her flrt
Instalment of su:;ar today.
Tomorrow. Iilli tldularuo 0:','lnm; Jilgli
ttdo small ln:83 p in, low tide laigu 1 i()a m
low ttdo small 0:iM p in.
Tlio .Inpnuc'c Memnxlilp Klnililu Mnru la
advcrtlAud In l lie Jup.uiuscpapi togall from
Yoknlnmu for pontile ln Honolulu on
.Pallors from tuc U88 Adams, wuo were
rf-cpor'Hl P" deserter laat week, have return
S to "..e slilp. I r.t-y C only oiron an ex
tended "good time" uptown.
The Atncrlenn bark Molilcan, SAUIItlcrl
master, arrived In jcolerday, 14 dnja from
tun Krauclsco. blic brought a full central
cargo and a deck loud of horses and uiules.
The 1 M S S Peru, from Hongkong Sept
B2, and Ynkoliami Oct S, arrived In this
morning and tied up nt I'acllic Mnll wharf at
tialf-past eight. After taking In u supply of
coal ip 1H proceed on her voyage to8an
,!iThe rhlp Troop, Captain K J Fritz, takes o'
'cargo of 41,102 bin: sugar, valued at $I5i',50I
mid one stoiiK valued at Mil. The sugar was
etilpprd by W 0 Irwin it Co, and tlio stone,
which wefh- over 0 tons, was shipped by VV
E Rowcll. Tin, blj; stone Is for n monument
to Ihu uie (ieiieial Armstrong, to tic ended
at Hampton, Virginia.
Thecicw'of tlio Hrltlsli ship Troop was
put aboard the csnel In Irons uu Saturday,
l'ho t-h p was towed out of the harbor and
anchortd olMVulklkl. where she laid all day
Sunday. 'I his innintni;, it was decided to
pa oil Hie vecoiid mate, who In Bald to Iihto
caused all the trouble, and the ship will sail
tills atltriioon for Nev Yoik.
Satuhiiav, Oct. 10.
Stmr Kilauoa Hon, Freeman, Hum Ha
waii. Btmr J A Cummins, Seaile, from Oahu
Btmr Kaalu, Thompson, from Oaliu
Sunday. Oct 11.
Btmr Claudluc, Cameron, from Muul and
Btmr Mlkahu'n, Ilit!und, from ports on
Btmr Iwalaul, Sinjthe, from Lahalua and
Btmr Kauai, Uruhn, from Kauat ports.
Btmr ICuauhou, Thompson, from ports
Btmr lYalaleale, Peterson, from Walmca.
Am bi Jlohlcan, Saunders, from Sau
Monday. Oct. 12.
I M S S Peru, Frlelc, from China and
Sunday, Oct 11.
Am Ik Matilda, McKenzle, for Puet
Monday, Oct 13.
lir ship Troop, Fritz, for New Toik.
Btmr Mokolll, Uilo, (or Molokai, Maul and
Btmr Koala, Thompson, for Oahu ports.
Btmr James Makce, Peterson, for Kauai.
1 M S 3 Peru, Frlele, for San Francisco.
Btmr J A Cummins, Searle, for Oahu
rrom llnnnl). per stmr Klljuea IIou, Oct
10 Mrs Wicks uml daughter.
l'rom Waliuea. per stmr Kauai, Oct II
V Knudsen, W Dnnl'ord, and o on deck.
From i" au Francisco, per bk Mohican, Oct
ll-Drnnd Mm U W Moore, I. U Pemental
aud 11 11 Koi tc.
From Kauai, per stmr Mlkatiaia, Oct 11
I, M Baldwin, H Mitt, M Urnsh. 1) Conway.
A HBiiiicherir. f Day, I)r J K Smith, I)r
(loodluiu, lf'J and child. Mrs C Woltcrn,
child and nurse, Mrs llclscnbcrj;, 'Mrs
Thomas, Mrs Iirl'inau, Miss U Felix, and S3
Pi cm Maul, per t,tmr Claudlne, Oct
11 11 A Wilder, J S Walker aid wife,
Mlu Frlberj;. Miss Brcknltb, V O Aiken and
wife, Mr Von (irnvcmijer, J D McWIkIi, L
Dlliumtnn, F Wnterlmusr, 8 F ClillllnK
worlh, C Conradt, 1) Ha, P I.UIunau, K I)
BerLTr, I) McNIchol, L Wllllt, M K Keoln).
J.aloli. C ll"lt, 1' Prycc, 3 P Woods 8
Alunl. Ah Pant;, 8 MuliHoua, L Hart, Win
"Wilder, J (KJurtiT Jr, It P Hose, MIssM
Iloc, W P. Unwell, Prof lioebilr, J Cuimlng
tiam, and (i deck.
From China and Japan, per P M 8 S Peru,
Oct l fur Hniiolulii; P K ltyan For
Pud Francisco lieu It Ivistrloto cander
btli, (Jen I1' Vim IVikau, A Knulauoll M
Bleinp. 1. S Vic, (1 kv. Mr and Mr. K Von
liulou', a clilldicn timi;ovcrnuhs.M ti Fenton,
Mia Fuiitnn. Mi A Kenton, II i Kendrlck,
llev II I'Cudnum, Mri Co inuui. Count An
mokosl, K Hxilp;u' ti, Mn l.tiwience C L
Martin, Wilhfm lluUlu, .Junius Sleuart, II
liordcu, J D.ilh el,
VESSF.LS LEAVING TOMOllUOW.
Btmr Kllaucu "ou. Freeman, for Kukal
au, Oukaia and Lanpulioliou.
rttinr Clmiiliiii', Cniiicion, for Mini I.
Htiur Iuiii.tul, Smyihe, for l.uhalua, ilo
Btinr.Mlkahala, llii'luiid, for Kaunt ports.
Btmr Kcaiiliiiu, Thiuiipson, for Kauai.
OARdOKS TltOM ISLAND TOUTS.
Ex stmr Claudlno fi.1 hogs. 50 sks taro, 50
. ska bones, lot sks corn, I5U bka potatoes, IHJ
hide, 8'J pkers sundries
Ex stmr Mlkubata ll'j hairs rlc, 10 bas
pla, CI lulls i- hides, I horto and Ul pk;8
Kx stmr IwnUul 3174 bays suf.'ar.
Ex itinr Kauai 141.S bats btiejur.
lis btmr Kaula--17IH) ba'S Uigur, 430 bins
rice, SO hiifr brun, 10 lines chicken feed, U
bdls hides, it pku euiidrlcs.
Ex stmr Kenilliou llll Iibim paddy, 1(11
ba;:n rice, 3 pke;s iiindrles, :t bdls hldis
Ex strnr J A C,umniln--S85 baj; rl.'e
Once llciirouc ulcd a nil Iiitcriiiitionul
Some few moutliB ngo tlio for
eign diBpatohos had it that thoro
was liability of a Borious disputo
between Groat Britain and Buesia
over a bit of forcshoro at Ohefoo.
It appears that the matter has
petored out into a nioro privato
controversy, which, according to
tho following from the North
China Daily Nows, haB been sat
Sir Robert Ilart, ou bohalf of
the Tsungli Yiniion, has fully ad
mitted Messrs. Forgusson & Co.'s
right to tho foreshore at Chofoo
appropriated by the Chinese nud
sold to a Bussinn firm, thus fully i
acknowledging tho justico of Sir
Claude MauDonuld's demand for
compensation. Sir Robert litis
offered Messrs. Forgusson fc Co.
TIs. 1,000 per mowt with fifteen
por cout. cotnpnnsntion for dis-j
tui banco, and as tho latter cousid
or this au inadequato price, it has
been agreed to refer tho question '
of the amount to bo paid to the'
decision of two arbitrators, Mr.
George Jamieson, British Consul,'
for tlio British claimants, and M.'
L. Rochor, Commissioner of Cub-
toms,for the Chinese. This is a very
satisfactory solution, and -wo con-1
gratulate all those who havo been
instrumental in arriving at it. It
completely confirms tho view wo
have always taken as to tho right
of tho riparian owner to all accro-,
tions; it settles a quostion which
really threatened ut ouo time to be
come soriousj and it gives a wol
como indication that tho Tsungli
Yamon still realises tho value of
Sir Robert Hart's advico, and is
still willing to make use of his
common suube nud practical im
partiality. Under tho circuu
stancos it is, wo can conceive, for
tunato that the Commissioner of
Customs for the tim being should
happen to bo a French citizon,
while being au oflicial in whom
all nationalities have implicit con
fidence. Altogether, tlio Bettlo
meut is ouo to bo thoroughly
commended; and great praise for
it is due to the British Miuister
aud the Consul General and Con
sul at Sbanghai, the China Asso
ciation and the Inspector-General
of Custom s.
"l'nt itio on At iiuir.iio."
Tho titlo of this wellknown
song as well as tho song itself
emanated from the brain of an
employe of tho Buffalo Browing
Company. That enterprising firm,
believing that a man who could
compose so catchy an air must
havo a largo and well balanced
brain, straightway raised his sala
ry. This has proven to be a good
move on thoir part as is testified
by the excellent qualities of thoir
boor, which is dispensed over tho
bars of tho Cosmopolitan, Pacific
and Royal saloons at tho rato of
two glasses for 25c. It is always
fresh and cold and life-sustaining.
Or you can get one glass of Buf
falo and one of Fabst beor, tho
fine product of tho Milwaukee
browory. Exchangeable checks
oood at all tho above-mentioned
resorts are given in change if you
only want ono drink. "UoBt beer
over in Honolulu," is the verdict
of many of our prominont citi
zens. The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
Al'F.UBAUII-Atmldnl!:ut (Saturday, to the
wife of F B Auurbach, a daughter.
LYIiE-In Honolulu, at midnight ot Satur
day, October huh, Dehor th N, youngest
daughter of Mr and Mrs James Lylu.
ngid 33 jcir, i monlln. 10 d'y
Funerul lod'ii, .Monday, ut 8,30 p iu,
from thu ruehlrncu on apencer street,
KileniU and acquaintance nru respectful
ly requested to intend.
vi:ssi:i.j in pour.
U 3 S Adams, V.'uUou, Shu Fiancbco,
(Coasters not included In this list.)
Am bk Mohican, auiider-, S F.
Itr bk (ialnshoiough. Dluinutid (Tend,
Am schr Defender, Helllugsin, Eureka, Cal.
Oer IA .Siilca. Fran. Krue. Bremen.
Am bk Martha Davis, Soule, S F.
Am bktu .irsclh, v'ard, l't Towntend.
Haw schr Norma, ltosehlll, French Frigate
FOREIGN VFS8EI.8 EXPECTED.
Vessels Where trom Due
Jap 3d Klushlu Marti.. ..Yokohama.. Oct 80
(lerhk J CUItnle, Liverpool,... N'o cm her 80
Am bk Ednnid May,, ...New York...Ai'g80
'B bk Scmlnolo Neucastlo Due
itr slip F.lwell Newcastle Duo
Ilk Slludon Newcastle. ......Due
Am schr John I) Tnllant..Pt (iambic. Oct 12
Am bk ruliiMi.,., Newcintlo Oct ;jo
Am teli Akiha.. ., S F l)Ue
8 Two Stores on Nuuanu street.
4 Lot on MHirozlne Hill, 12Ux2Ul feet,
commanding an excellent view of the city
5 Lot on Hackfetd street, 80x100.
i) A Choice Kcsideuca on Lunalilo street,
having nil modern Improvements.
7 A Dcslrublo Residence at Maklkl.
Grounds well laid out. Easy terms.
8 Four Houses and Lots on Punchbowl
street, all rented at a moutbly rental of (105.
This property Is ' lit feet on Punchbowl stree,
with a depth nt 333 feet running to the drill
grounds or armory, with a frontage on same
lor 4 or fi more cottages. The central loca
tion of tlio property makes It most available.
0 House and Lot on Klnau street. Lot
70xl0o ft. ThM property will be sold nt cost
and Is an excellent bargain for a home seeker,
Tha house Is elegantly finished and of the
best workmanship and materials. There Is a
carriage house and barn on the premises aud
thu jnrdls well laid out with fruit nud orna
1(1 A Flue. Residence ccntrnlly located,
containing ,5 rooms. Lot 13Ux300 ft. Two
small cottages on tho lot bringing In good
11 yJ ctes orLand In Kolllil valley, (Wal
klki side), A. stream of water Hows along
this laud. A baigald
14 A CorcmodlousRcsldenco on Hasslngcr
street, fitted with all modern conveniences. Or
will trade tor suburban property.
10 House and Lot on Iicrctanla street.
Housu contains II rooms, and all modern con
17. Fine Residence on Reretanla street.
For further particulars luuulre at my office,
18. A House ano Lot on Young street.
1U Houbu and Lot corner Victoria and
Reretanla streets, opposite Thomas square,
house contains 0 rooms. Size of lot 10Ux3uO.
21 House aud Lot on Young street near
the residence t the Rev. Mr. Hyde. Lot
110x140. House contains eight rooms
23 Small House aud Lot on Kcaumoku
street. Lot 5uxlOO.
'Si Pearl city Property.
21 Desirable Tract of Coffco Land on Ha
waii. 25 Two Stores on Nuuanust, opposite Ku
kul lane, also three lodging houses In the
rear of said stores containing 2d rooms III all.
The above pajs 10 per cent, and 1b leased to
responsible parties for u term of years.
20 A most Desir.ible Home on Thurston
nvonue. Large grounds uml beautiful flow
orgaidcu; house furnished throughout iu
hard wood with nil Intent iniprovouieiitn.
Excellent view of tho city ntul ocean, aud
ono which cannot bo cut off.
27 V Large L"t und Commodious Dwol
llngou Green Street, commanding mi un
obstructed viow (if tho city nud harbor. No
choicer residence, is to uh had iu the city
oven by thu most fastidious.
28 A New House ot seven rooms with
electric lights throughout, bath, patent W
C, servunts' quarters and stables. One block
from car line at I'uuuhiiu.
2'J- Only 4 of those Lots left near Kameba
80 Two Houses and Lots on I.tllha street.
SI An 18 Acre 1'rnct of Land at Kullhl
suitable for dividing up into building lots.
83 A House and Lot on Alakea street.
83 A Beautiful Building Lot at Kullhl,
1'JuxSOO, cleared, leneed and water laid on.
84 A Gently bloplng Lot on Thurston
avenue, 240x135, buying u frontage on Green
street of M)5 feet, and commanding a bird's
eye view of the citv and harbor.
85 A Lot on Alexander street, adjoining
residence ofClau? Spreckels.
h0 Elegant Ueach Property at Walklkl.
8S-The only CHOICE LOT left at Maklkl.
It adjclns thu residence of J A Oilman and
the residence eltci of W L Hopper, U Laws,
aud Dr Wood.
42 Lot 75x150 New house of 8 rooms,
elegant, y finished; servants quarters, carriage
house, stables, oic, at thu corner of Ala pal
and Quarry ti eets. Oood view of thu oi cull.
48 Three houses of 0 rooms each, all rent
ed to good tenants. Lot 1L0 feet on Ilero
taula street by a depth of 200 feet through to
Klnau street, and n frontage ou the Litter
street oi loo led. Good opportunity fur In
vestment. 44 Lot on Maklkl street, 7fxIlo Cheap.
45 Housu and lot on Fctcreon Lane, Pa
lamu. House contains ti room. Lot 75x110.
40 Dwelling llouhe of U roomr, fitted with
all modern conveniences. Lot USxllO
Situated at Paluma.
47 Vacant Lot on Waiklkl Uoad, 100x110.
48 lliiuso and Lot on Nuuutm street.
House contains eight furnished rooms.
Very conveniently located near the business
center oi uie city.
40 Elegant Residence at Punahou. House
of 7 rooms with all modern conveniences.
Lot Ioox-'oo, nicely planted with fruit and
CO 12 Suits of Furniture coinpleto and
the rental of the most desirable nud cen
trally located Lodging House in th city.
Cl Piiioapplo Hunch 25,(100 fruiting
plants, 600 lime trees, SO Avocado peur
tre.H, peach tiees mid AHullii crop. Two
Dwelling, bum, etc Au Al investment.
Notice: I can Negotiate Loans on any of
tho obovu property Jor purchasers desiring
same at fiom 50 to 75 per cent of the vulue.
1 Warehoie ou I'plaimde.
8 A Furnished Collude luagood location
for two or tluee uioiilli.-.
4 Houso uml Lol, I('(lx2.'10, on Luiio off
Soliool street, iiiljoliilng Kuuluwelu hchoul
liouuo. 1'urlor, ,'i liodriiume, dining-room,
hitchuu, piuitiy, liuthhoubo, carriage houw,
stablo and outbuilding. Rent 26 pur
.'- A Bcantlful Summer Ilesldenco at the
IVulnsnia, Pcirl City, completely furnished;
II vo rooms and servant's quarters. Will rent
cheap to u desirable tenant The lot Is over
uu acre lu plzu and well laid out, and com
mands n beautiful view of the harbor,
ft Stum hooiu, OUxltf, f25 per month,
driveway Into It. Ueretaula street, rear of
City Feed Btore.
7 PIc(0 ground 80 feet front, ou Bcrcta
nla street, next to City Feed Store. Will
erect good store on ground aud lease 5 years
at 330 per'monlh.
8 A Furnished Itesldence on King street
In a desirable locality.
10 Furnished Cottago for couple at Wal
MM, servants' quurterB, stables, etc. (25 per
month, long leat,e.
11 I.aigu Hall on Emma street, ground
tloor. Any society wishing u quiet location
will do well to see this.
A. V. G-EAK,
210 King street.
Evening Dulleti" 7Seper month.
OCTOBER 12, 189G.
Pioneer Building and
Assets July, 180G, $10G,5tfM
Money Loaned on Appro ved Security.
A Savings Hank for Monthly Deposits.
Houses iluilt on tho Monthly Installment
Thirteenth Series of Stock now open.
For further .particulars apply lo
A. V. GEAR, Secreliiry.
Chamber of Commerce Kooms.
Offlcohonrs, 12:30 1;30 I'.M. 373-tf
General Manager of
The Equitable Lifo Assurance Society
Of the United States for the Havruiian
Orv'rrt Merchant street, Honolulu.
ATLAS -:-ASSURANCE-:- COMPANY
Assets, - - - $10,000,000.
H. W. SCHMIDT & 80N3,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
C. B. DWIGHT
Tfikes contracts for all kinds of STONF
WORK, monument work, cement and
stone hidowalks and curbing. I havo on
hand tho best Hawaiian stone, Chinese
grnnito, etc. Fino stono for monumental
work. Estimates given aud lowest prices
assured. Telephone 833.
ConsoUateil Soda Water Co., L'J
lsp 1 ana de,
Corner Allen & Fori Sts., Honolulu
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Hotel St.. n.-nr Fort. Tel. 802
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONKElt AND 8TOCK BROKER
No. 45 Queen Street.
Expert Appruisemont of Real
Estate and Furniture.
GRINDING AND SHARPENING OF ALL KINDS.
Merchant and Richards Streets.
t3f Sharpens Tools and Cutting Knives,
Orlnds Surgical Instruments to Order, Flics
Saws, etc., etc. 401-tf
Hawaiian and Foreign Birds and Animals
mounted lu tho hest manner, using thu latest
methods only. Hotel St near Dr McGrew.
DAVID K. BAKER,
IT oris t j
Nuuuuu Volley, abovo the Mausoleum.
All orders given prompt and faithful at
tention. No extra charge for delivering
Flowers to any part of the city. Lois,
Mountain Greens and Carnations a spe
GONSALVES & CO,
WHOLESALE GROOERS AND
225 Quoon street, Honolulu, FT, I,
ALLIvNT & ROBINSON.
Douluib iu Lumber and Goal
and Building Materials of all
Queen Stroot, Honolulu,
Book and Job Printer
Merchant Street, Houolulu, n. I.
Ovor Qawniinn Now Company'
Bonk Storo. mv 18.
M. S GRINEAUM & CO.,
Queon street, Honolulu, and 215 Front
street, San Francisco, Cal.
General Merchandise and . .
. . Commission Merchants,
H. HACKFELD & CO.
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS,
Oor. Fort and Queon Streets, Honolulu.
M. PHILLIPS & CO,,
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers of
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen Streets.
Stenmors ot tho abovo Line running in connection with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Uotweon Vancouver, B. O., and Sydney, N. S. W., nnd calling at Victoria, B. O.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
from Hydiioy and Sunt, fur Vtcturln nud
Ynnrnuvor. II. O.i
Stmr "MIOWIiltA" Cctobor 24
Stmr "VVARHIMOO" November 2-1
Stmr "MIOWliHA" December 21
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" January 21
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to Cunnd.i,
United StutcH mid Europe.
rnnianT anu rABaiuaKit aobnth:
D. MoNicolIj, Montrcnl, Canada.
RoncnT Kr.itn, Winnipeg, Onnadn.
M. M. Stekn, Snn Francisco, Cnl.
O. MoL. Biiown, Vancouver, B. O.
Australian Mail Service. -
For San Francisco:
The Now and Fino Al Steel Steamship
" Mono-wai "
Of tho Oceanic Stenmship Company will
bo duo ut Honolulu from Sydney and
Auoldand on or about
Oct. -15, 1896.
And will lonvo for tho abovo port with
Mails and FitBsongers on or about that
For Sydney and tuckland:
Tho Now and Fine Al Stco Steamship
" Mariposa "
Of tho Occauio Steamship Company will
be duo nt Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
Oct. 22, 1896.
And will havo prompt despntch with
Wails nud FnHbeiigers for tho abovo ports.
The undersigned uro now prepared
ThroiiRli Tickets to All Points
in tho United States.
ESTFor fnrthor particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN &CQ., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
Oct. 20, 1896.. ,
Nov. 10, 1806..
for S. F.
..Oct. 28, 1806
.Nov. 21, 1390
From San Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. San Francisco.
Arrive JJonulultu lxve Honolulu.
Mariposs, Oct 22, '00 I Mouowai.Oct 15'0B
Monowui, Nov 1000 AIumeda.Nov 12,00
LEWEBS & COPE
fi GREAT INVENTION
Jlovea Us. It about your Lawn Travels
in a straight liiio ov a circle Stops autom
atically. Sot for any length of hoso.
gJCT" No such Sprinkler has ever been
placed on tho market before.
Come and See It.
LEWERS & C00KE,
47.1 Fore Street, ... - Telephone 20.
320 Fort street, near Merchant.
Custom House Broker and Statistician
General Business Agent.
Oceanic SteamsMD Co.
Ocuuflic mm Co.
From Victoria ami Vancouver, II. O., to
Suva nnd Syclnov:
Stmr "WAnniMOO" October 10
8tuir"M10WEHA" November 10
Stmr " WARHIMOO'' Do mber 10
Stmr "MIOWEK A" January 10
C3T For Frcislit aud Pnssngo nnd all
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Aftcnts for tho Hnwaiinn Islands.
hik IM faii C
Occlflental & Orlsiital Steamship Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG f
Steamers of tho abovo CompauicB will
call at Honolulu on their way to tha
nbovo ports on or about tho following
Slmrllolgio Oct. 21, 1890
StmrPeru Nov. 2, 1890
Stmr Rio de Janeiro . . . .Nov. 10, 1890
For SAN FHANCISCO:
Stenmera of thn nlmvn rViTrmntiiim nill
call nt Honolulu on their way from
linnfftnnc ntul Vnlrnlinmo In !. nlm..
port on or about tho following dates:
StmrCoptio Oct. 20, 1890
StmrGnclio Nov. 0, 18i0
Btmr Oily of Peking Nov. 10, 1890
Hates of Passage are as follows:
TO TOKO- TO IIONQ
Cabin 8150.00 8175.00
Cabin, round trip, 4
months 225.00 202.50
Cabin, round trip, 12
mouths 262.50 010.25
European Steerage 85.00 100.00
ISTPobeongerB poying full fnro will bo
allowed 10 percent off return fnro it re
turning within twelvo months.
E2TFor Froight nnd Passago apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Wiiders Steamship Go's
0. L. WIGHT, Pres! 8. B. ROSE, Boo.
Copt. J. A. KING, PortSupt.
Will lcavo Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching nt
Lahaiua, Maalaca Iiay and M.ikena the
same day; Muhukoua, Kuwaihae und Lau-
Eahoehoo the following day, arriving at
ilo tho samo evening.
tCAVEO JI0K0I.U1.U. ARfclVKa iiOKOLULU.
Tuesday Oct. 20
Fildny Oct. 30
Tuesday Nov. 10
Friday Nov. 20
Fridoy Oct. 10
Tuesday . . . .Oct. 20
Friday Nov. 0
Kuturning, will leave Hilo at 1 o'olock
P. M., touchiug at Laupahoehoe, Mobil
kona and Kuwaihae san.e day; Makenn,
ilaalaea Pay and Luhaiua the following
day; arriving at Honolulu the afternoons
of 'luesday and Fridays.
Will call at Pohoiki, Puna.
iJJCyNo Freight will bo roccivod aftor
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu 'lnosday at 5 p. it.
touching at Kalmlui, Hsna, Htimoaand
KIpahulu, Maui. Jletnining axrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nun, Kuupo, on bocoud (rip
of each month.
ff,3r"No 1'roight will bo received after
r, m. on auy of sailing.
This Company will rescn-es tho riglt to
muko changes in tho tinio of departurt and
arrival of its uteuiiieis without uotiw nnd
it will not bo responsible for any mnse
quences arising therefrom.
Consignees must bo at the Lnndiigs to
receive thoir Frright; this Company will
not hold itself responsible for freight after
it has been lauded.
Live Stock only at owner's risk.
This Compsny will not bo nwrwisiblo
for Money or Valuables of pihiengors
unless' placed in tho care of Pursers,
Fuhsengors aro requested to pirchase
tiokets before embarking. Those idling to
do so will bo subjeot to an adlltiona
oharge of twenty-ilve per oent
To Let or Leas.
THE "tESlDPNCr, OF MRS. Jj. LONG,
one mile from postofflce. Largo Ikubo with
furniture. Four bod roomB, palor, laroe
dining room, pantry, kitchen, bah rooms,
hot and cold wator, with pateit closets,
servant housos, stables, horse paddock,
gardon and treoa. A chorming.ocation.
Apply to J ALFHED MA300N.
tf Merchant st next ostofllcei