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home ith us v intkkkst ricrci:n
S.N. Atittrnlln t,cuc Tomorrow Th
Gntimbiirnilull I.thIi Ntniiel
Improvement are IicIcr raado by tho gov
eminent at iho (ilJ Hall market wlmf.
Tlio ilrciljje Is at work opposite Sorcnson's
wlitiit, near the luuuthof Niiuanu river.
The baihcntlnes J M UrlllHti uml Skagit
will null on dalurilii) fur riifjct Sound.
The bark MoIiIchu Is awaiting the arrival of
tlu Arclur, when slit will net sail for the
Tin) American kelio mcr John I) Tullant,
with lumber, for tut port, Is Si dnjs out
from Port Humble today.
The yacht Cor.il CJuccti 1ms liecn piloted
bluo, wlileh to "old btrnailes" I a sign of
Tomonow, lilsrh tlilc larno 8:"!9a m; high
tHo mnnll !':ft p n, low tide lareje 0.43 a in;
low tide small 4:23 am.
The kak under Hie bow of the (lalusbor
oufth has been stoppul. The balance of the
C01 111 the chh1 i- heliu dUcharged tojnj".
It Is mild Hint Kill Ml.lains, thcliKhtlioilxv
keeper, received four gross of McKlnley enm
fUtn hut nn ! 'ho a 3 Auslialhi, which he
wishes to dispose of.
Thuriiwri tt Is building a torpedo-boat de
stroyer, "named the Albjtross, which is to
develop a peed .f !)'.' Knot. 1 ho vessel is to
.6coinplticJ next nutuinu.
The Australia has discharged tier large
cargo of general m-rcliaiidlse.and Is receiving
a heavy thlpm- nt of Island produce, Sine
w ill Itave for the I'unst tomorrow.
The utemncr Hawaii of the Wilder line is
the only bout ou the board to leave today.
6li0 lakes i henxj enrco of coal, lumber,
machinery and central inercuaudlo lor ports
ou "the big Irhiml."
The torptdo-boat destroyer Dcspeiat. rc
eently built by Ibornjcroft for the Hrltlsb
iiavv, had a lliial trial September lit, extend
ing bur time hour, nt which she developed
a niciin fp'ed of MMSknotit The boat hud
Mi IkipmI extra weights to thu amount of
IhuliMi) Morsi Is to take a load of sal
mon to Sidney. '1 he di niand Is great Just
now, mid as Hie sleatiieinof the Oceanic line
hnve mii'e fn-lirlit ulleiluita than they can
carry, eallinu v.je a have to bo put on thu
inn. 'Hie .Murie ill ne u valuable ship
when nil tlc salmon uuw on the dock is
aboard -The Call.
The linn in i-etllie pf tlio AihcrtUer 1
wondering wlijt tolor Juh llilhus will paint
the lui! Kleii net. Cap ililbus wishes the
llUl.l.KTIN locate tlut li" wo. ill paint her nil
lribh'greeu ui:li mi orange slilpe. lie did
think of h ivmi -'i i iin-i kn on ihu now, hut
tt nil the Irlxln h u in In in lito become
"Anieileuns." lie ti.tn.giit the imblein ut the
rtncinltl 1-le ...l.l u.it b.' appro Inted
The buil. .IikIkm W, Mi will tul.o a pecu
liar cargo to Honolulu, says I'hiLall. Yes
terday hhe I nol. iibiuiil a eoimiderable q inn
tity of nitrate tri'iu t lit ship lirltlsh Princess,
mil tod.iy flie wl.l go to section of the sea
wall ami" till up nliti th'Ur and tallmad ties.
Kcry mcli of spare on her Is engaged, and.
eiery vlfbi'1 up and loading for IIuauII U iu
tliesaine position. It looks as though busi
ness was jiickiug up In t'.ie lulmid lepub tc.
Tho carreer of tho Aimricaii liner l'aris
glis ground for tl.e Mipcrstttlon tliat
mine shipi, like mui mill, uie born for bad
luck. 1 hniig'i a comparatively new craft,
the I'nrl- lu-r twice Mie-uinlicd to n broken
shaft, bus Inen .il'ihiiihI. Inu had a general
snikuh-up nl Iili .-iilui , hint run down and I
sunk n iiu-iri. iin in ui nidi battereii oy
gjlei, a id hat sulitreil &IiiO,i;(jUilauidi:e by fire.
Thu owuuis liiae changed the shin's olltcers
inure, than i ucy, but the hoodoo still pursue
hir. As an In-iiinn-e risk the larishJ- now
become extra-hazardous. h K Chronicle.
a siiNinos AIIJIV CHEW.
The II'IUmi ihip Audrua iuw moored at
llowHid htreit whurl, bin u erew composed
almost tn'liilj of mcmliursol the dalvatlon
Army, 'llmee wlm have not actually joined
the army ure slmnglv In sympathy with it,
i and they ruiue in i mlv fiuiu the captain to
the cook. Mcuiiun In uhli'li the drum, trl
anglo nnil enruet take piomtneut parts aie
held almost dally in Hi- Tinsel, whether at
lea or in put, and Hie nnny ll.tg l'lequently
In lino u rather Is set Hying at her mnAthend.
Most of tin. iin.li of m r erew were shipped Iu
Sweden, und umu"' them was Benjamin
Beouler lie was a nnmUr ol theaimy, and
during the dug nutehes he spent his time
leading his eoMpaiiloiiSfrom the sailors' ways
to thu narrow path. By the time the ship
ended her voyage In this port the captain
jolued the nieiiln their religious meetings.
li K Kxamlner.
Tucsdat, Oct. 37.
Strar Wniulenle, I'eterson, for Kapaa, Ka
uai. WEDNEgllAY, Oct 2S.
Slmr ITawnll, Yelr, for I'jauhau, Ookala,
Kukuliti and (.nupnlinehoe.
. YESRULS LEAVINO TOJfOUItOW.
3 8 Aiwtmlls, Iloudlottu, fnr San Fran
cisco. I SSENU UltS JJKI'AUTKD.
Kor Knual, per stinr Mlkiihala, Oct 27
SIUj M K. Alexander. 11 lorrlim J Cowan,
1, (vruas, tl Mkiieiibeu, C 1) I'r ngle mid ;S7
l'or VUui ports, per st mr C'laii'llne, dct 27
'-Hon II 1 Uald win and iehllilieii. I" A 11,
'MroAtii', M.' Coutoiiin ums and sister, Mrs
Kcid nni 2 ehildren, C .11 aulls mid dau'.'h
ter, C It Curilhs, A M ure, II l( llerg, A Kuos
iiul wife ii ml Akong.
For Hawaii poit oir stinr Iwaianl. Oct 27
Uvn Konton, l)r I).i, J F Drown, J Watt
and 4 ui) deck.
mestArm - .m mwmwm
41EViT!' In Honolulu, Oc'tobe' 27, Edllh
Augusta, eldest. daugliti.r of A. M. uud
l'uullnu Hewitt, aged IU years nod 2
Singers lead tho world. Ovor
13,000,000 lnutlo and sold. High
est awards at ilia "World's Colnm
biiin Expositiou for excellence of
fioustructionrogulririty of motion,
eHBo of motion, event apood, nd
jtistability, durability, onso of
lonrniny nncl convenience of ar
rangement. B. Borgersen, ngont,
1GJ Bethel btreqta.
0iiion olnii OoUlnntl t'ronclier on
In the discuesion of a proposed
Sunday ordinance, tho Rev. James
Small of tho First Christian
Church of Oakland, Cal., said:
" Thero aro no holy days now.
Persons aro holy and not days. I
havo no objection to a Sunday
picnic, becauso 1 havo that oppor
tunity myself during tho week.
Our position as a religious body
is that it the workingmau cannot
keep this day sacred he does not
break any law or authority of tho
Now Testament. If such amuao
monts as baseball and football
would not keep men entirely away
from tho honso of Ood I would bo
in favor of them attending them
on Sunday. If such games aro
wrong on Sunday they aro wrong
on overy othor day of tho week. I
am a crank on adapting Christian
ity to this nge. There is an olaB
tic olomont in tho word of God
that forever adapts it to tho great
onward march of humanity and to
tho chauL'iuL' conditions of men
and times. We work harder,
think faster, burn out tho caudle
quicker at both ends these tele
phonic days than over before and
men need th.so Sundays of rec
reation. There is no command
for tho siuuor to go to church.
Tho church must enter into com
petition with all these amusemonts
and she rnuBt hold her own and
adapt herself to meet those con
ditions." ikkiun to ix mora china.
Counterfeit Ciilliiillilll Hull IlnlliirH 111
Clreiilutlim In Vancouver.
Vancouver, B. C, Oct. 19.
Bogus Canadian half dollars
made iu China, as pure as tho ori
ginal and an almost porfect imita
tion, are in abundant circulation
hero. Tho banks have discovered
the fraud and aro warning tlio
public. About $2000 worth of
thodo coins were shipped from
China and thero is no telling how
many moro aro to come. Tho
Chineso manipulators will no
doubt send them cast and south
from here. They bear tho date
1SSM. Thoy aro whiter than tho
original and larger and heavier.
Miss Younger of Perry O. T.
Bays that if Bryau is elected sho
will marry T. J. Stanton. If Me
Kinloy is elected she will not. If
Mr. Stnnlcm rpnllv ilnRiroR in inf.
married ho might ns well bo look
ing up nuother girl. Now York
The Undersigned beg to an
nounce that from aud after
Thursday Nih1,0ct. 1,1896
ST. LOUSS BEER
Will bo bervod ON DRAUGHT
To moot tho times and competi
tion, it will bo furnished at
cfs, Per glass
"Wo quote from letter of tho
Anheuser-Busch Browing Asso
ciation, dated August 8th:
"Your honorable llrm having represented
u for so many years we hi lleie it usele-s to
call jour attention to the meiils of our arti
cle but we shniild like to repent again and
call lour attention to thu fuel tlmt ours is
TilE ONI.V I'll UK IIAIJJXV MAU' IIKK11
MANLTACi L'lil'.I), uud coin eeiealinu mid
other adulterants as well as acids, for the
proervation of beer, tie unknown Iu our es
tablishment. With the above you may go
bclum the publl.- In our name."
No encomium of ours can add to
the high reputation of Auhcuficr
Beer. tj introduction in any
and every market makes it an
immodiato favorite. It stands
without a peer, without a rival,
without evon a competitor. It
received tho highest awards at tho
Columbian Exposition. Tho re
duction of tho druught Beer to
tho provailing prico of
12 Cents Per Glass,
places it within tho reach of all,
and ho is a wise man who gets
tho best quality for tho least
iLwrea: a uu..
Light and Serviceable.
Gastle & Cooke
A GREAT INVENTION
Lawsi Sprinkler I
Moves itself nbout your Lawn Travels
iu u stiuiglit lino or a circle, tjtops autom
atically. Sot for any longth of hose. ,
(fjSf No Euch Sprinkler hns ever been
placoil ou tho market before.
Come and See It.
LEWERS & COOKE,
47.1 Fort Street, -
How Are You
tn sa- o
Wo koap tho Latest Nov
elties in tho above. No
shopworn goods on hand.
I, LEYIHQSTOH, Manapr,
Wnvorley Block, 0 Hole!' street
B Shirts Hado to Order.
320 Foit street, ucar Morchiuit.
Custom House Brier and Statistician
General Business Agent.
TUS" PI fiRS"
OCTOBER 28, 181IB
.wnfcfcsyirtw,mW,itj..'"i'Mwi'i - fciraay.watrtiyE
a Two Stores on Nuunnu street.
4 tot on Magazine Hill, U!i)r2Ul feet,
commanding nn excellent view of the city
5 Lot on Uackfeld street, 60x100.
ft A Choice Kcsldenco on Lunalllo street,
having nil modern Improvements.
7 A Ueslrnhle Hesldcneo at Mnklkl.
Grounds well laid nut. Eusy terms.
8 Four llousi's and Lots ou I'liuehbowl
street, nil rented at ft monthly rental of IH5.
This property Is '.'4 U feet ou Punchbowl sttcc,
with a depth of 'iti feet running to the drill
grounds or armory, witli a ironisgu on same
lor 4 or. r more cottages. The central loca
tion of thu property mnkes It most available,
0 House and Lot on fvlnuti strei't. Lot
70xlfW It, Thh property lll he sold nt cost
and Is mi excellent, bargain for a home seeker,
Tho house Is elegantly llnlslnil and of the
best uorktnatishtp and tnuterlals I'heiu l- u
carriage house and h.irn on the prem't-es and
the yard Is well laid out with fruit uud orna
10 A Fiuu Itesldeneu ccntrnlly located,
cotituluiug .5 rooms. Lot i'.'Ux'.'ilo It. Two
small collages ou tlio lot bringing In good
11 :i Actes of Lund in Kalllil valley, ( Wal
klki side). X stream of wnter Units along
this laud. A bargain
14 A Uorctnodious Residence on HaMlngcr
street, tilted with all modern conveniences. Or
will traio lor suhutbun properly.
Itl lluusa nnd Lot on licretanla street.
Ilouso contains U rooms, nnd nil modern con
17. Kino Kesldenee on licretanla street.
For further particulars lutulre at my olllcc.
13. A House am' Lot on Young street.
lit Ilouso and Lot corner Victoria and
Derctanln streets, opposite Thomas square,
house contains 0 rooms. Size of lot 100x200.
21 House ond Lot on Young street ucar
the residenco ut tho Rev. Mr. Hyde. Lot
110x140. House contains eight rooms.
22 dmnll Houte and Lot on Kcnumuku
street. Lot JiOxlntl.
2.5 Pearl City I'ropertv.
21 Desirable Trael of "Collee Lai.d on Ha
waii. 25 Two Stores on Nutuinu st, opposite Ku
kul lane, also three lodging houses in the
rear of said stores eoutalnlng 2u rooms In all.
The above pays 10 per cent, and is Icasul to
responsible parties for a term of years.
2(1 A most Desir.ililo Home ou Thurston
nvmuic, Large grounds und beautiful flow
er ij.uilen; house fnruished tlnoughout iu
linril wood with nil haunt improvements.
Excellent viow of tho city uud uceau, nud
one which cannot bo cut off.
27 v Largo Ij..t uud Commodious Dwel
ling ou Green Stn-et, commanding nn un
obstructed viow of tho city nud harbor. No
choicer resilience is to lin hud iu tho city
even by thu most fastidious.
28 A New House ol even rooms with
electric lights tlnoughout, bath, patent W
', tcrvuntB' quarters and stables. One block
from car line at I'liuahou.
2U- Only 4 of those Lots left near Kameha
;,() -Two Houses und Lois on 1,1111m street.'
31 An 18 Acre Tract of Laud at Kulihl
suitable for dividing up Into building lots.
!2 A House uml Lot on Alnkea street.
J.V-A Beautiful llulld.iig Lot at Kalihi,
l'.l.'xilH), cleared, fenced and uulcr luld on.
4 A Gently lopillg Lot on ThurMoii
avenue, 2411x125, having u Irontagc on Gieen
street of Ui& feet, and commanding a bird's
eye view of the elt und harbor.
y.1 A Lot on Alexander street, adjoining
residence of Clau Spreckels.
Mi Elegant Ueaeh Property at Walklkl.
IIS Tho only CIIOICK LOT left at l.aklkl.
It ndjcjns the residence of J A Oilman ami
the resilience sltej of V L Hopper, H Laws,
nnd Dr Wood.
l'J Lot 75xl5n New hoii'c of 8 rooms,
elegant y llulsheilj servants ipurters, carriage
house, stables, cc, at the coiner of Alapal
and Quarry Kteits. (loot! view of the o eun.
4H Three huusci, ol i iiionnt each, all rent
ea to good tenant)., i.oi u u leel on nerc
tanla stnet by a depth ol'2.l' feet through to
Klnau street, and a frontage on the hitter
utii'it of loo feet. Good opportunity for in
vestment. 44 Lot on Mnkilil street, 7-'xilo Cheap.
45 House and lot on I'eterson Lane, Pa
lamu. House contains li room. Lot 75x110.
40 Dwelling lloutc of tl rooinf, titled with
nil modern conveniences. Lot lvSvlll)
Situated at Palaroa.
47 Vacant Lot on Walklkl Road, 100x110.
4S House und Lot on Niiuanu strvet.
House contains eluht furnished rooms.
Vety convKiiliiitly iocuted nc.tr tho business
center of the city.
40 Elegant Residence nt Punnhou. House
of 7 rooms with all modern conveniences.
Lot luox.'oo, nicely planted with fruit and
CO 12 Suits of Fiuniluro completo nud
tlio rontul of thu most dcsirublo uud ecu
tntl'y located Lodging Hoiibo i- ik- city.
CI I'lnenpplo Ranch '25,000 fruiting
plants, COD liuie ttees, CO Avocado pear
tro s, p I'll tiees aud Al'ulfu crop. Two
Dwelling. I'nrn, tie. An A 1 investment.
52 -5 ' .ifn-r CiilIiM laud In feu simple, nnd
I5U acii-. mi i .i yell's leise with a privilege
of liflefii j....s 'mire, situated ut Puna, Un
wail, near (iouillen' colfcu plantation. No
line coU'ee laud In be had.
M-A Lotl mg House on Fort street con
sUllug o: teuty lurnlslied roiiiiin, nil occu
pied by luilir-. A bargain for thu right
54 A Hi use mid Lot on Ueretania street
between Alnl.cn and Rlclmuis strivls. Iloiifo
loutnlns ci-vfii looms, tctldu bathroom and
kitchen. Lot 7.')Iln, ami ucll laid out with
griiFs uud or ainu utiil tri es.
Notice: 1 urn Ncgothilo Loans on any of
the above propeity lor jiurchnsers desiring
fame at from 5U to 75 per cent of the value.
1 Wiiithiiuoo un Esplauudu.
".I A FuriiMied Coltngo lun good locution
for two or three mniitlis.
t- House and Lot, 100x230, on Lane off
Sobool btro.'t, uiljoining Kauluwela school
liuiirio. I'.ulor, 3 Im.lrooint-, dining-room,
kitchen, pantry, bathliouse, caniago house,
strtli'o nun iiiiiliuiKliug. Kent 23 per
5- A Uiautlfnl Summer Resldeucu.nt the
Peninsula, Pe.irl City, completely furnished
live Moms and servant's tiuui ters. Will rent
cheap to a desirable tenant. The lot Is over
an acre In size and well laid out, and com
mands n beautiful view of tho harbor,
0 Store Room, t!0xl8, S25 per month,
dilveway Into It. Ueretania btreet, rear of
Cltv Peed Store.
7 Piece giouud SO feet front, on licreta
nla street, next to City Feed Store. Will
erect good store on ground and lease 5 years
at $10 pur month.
8 A Furnished Residence on King street
In a lUnliable locality.
10 Furnished Cottage for couple nt Wal
klkl, servants' quarters, stables, etc. $'i5 per
mouth, long lease,
11 Large Hull on Emma street, ground
Hour. Any society nlshlng a quiet locution
will do well to see this.
A. V. GEAR.
1.H0 King stieet.
Stanmors ot tlio above Lino running iu connection with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC HAIL WAY
Botocon Vancouver, 1). O., nnd Sydney, N. B. W., nnd calling nt Viotorin, B. O.
Honolulu nnd Suvn (Fiji),
On or nbout tlio dntca below Btntcd, viz.:
from Hyilucy nnd Suva, for Victoria nnd From Victoria nl Vancouver, It. C, to
Vancouver. II. O.i Suvn nml Kjvilnvi
Slmr "MIOWEKA" October 28 ' Slmr "JIIOWERA" November 10
Stuir "WAKRIMOO" November 24 , Stinr "WA11RIMOO" D.ombcr 10
Slmr "JIIUWERA" December 24 Stmr "MIOWEi A" Jnunnry 10
Stmr "WA1UUMOO" Jannary 21 1 Stmr "WAMUMOO" February 10
7!ironKi Tickets IrhiiccI from Hotioltilu to Canada,
United Stiitos nml Kuropc.
FitwaitT and PAS3tiNar.it aoenth:
D. MoNicotTj. nfonlrnnl. flnnndn.
IvoDKitTKEittt, Winnipec, Cnnndn.
M. M. Htkiin, Snn Frnueisco, Cnl.
G. MoIj. Bkown, Vnticouver, B. C.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
Tho Now nnd Fine Al Steel Steninsbip
Of tho Ocemiio Htcnmship Oompuny will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Sydney nnd
Auckland on or nliont
ISTov. 1 2, 1896.
And will lenvo for tho nbovo port with
Mnils und FnsBougcro on or nlxntt thnt
For Sydney and Auckland:
The Now nnd Fiuo Al Stee Stcnmship
" Monowai "
Of tho Ocenuio StuuniHliip Compnny will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Sun Frnncidco
on or about
."Nov. 10, 189G.
And will huvo prompt tlcBpntclt with
M(iil nud Pnhseu(iJ' for tho abovo ports.
The underfiif.;uotl nrt- now prepared
TiiroiiKh TIckctR lt All L'oints
In tho United Htutes.
I35For further pnrticnlnre regarding
Freight or Fnssngo npply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
from S. F.
Oct. 20, 1890.. ,
Nov. 10, 18(10..
for S. F.
..Oct. 29, 1S90
.Nov. 21, 1890
From Snn Frnncisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. Snn Frnncisco.
drrfve Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Monowai, Nov 19, '96 I Alnmcda.Nov 12,'Ofl
Alamoda, Deo 17, '90 Mnnpobn,Dea 1006
Pioneer Building and
Assets July, 1S9G, $100,545.15
Money Loaned on Approved Security.
A Saviiiga Bank fur Monthly Deposits,
llouhes Built ou tho Monthly Installment
Thirteenth Series of Stack now open.
For further particulars apply to
A. V. GEAR, Sooretury.
Chamber of Commerce Rooms.
Ofllco bourn, 12:30 1.30 P.SI. ,'173-tf
General Mmmger of
Tho Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of tho Uuited Statct- for thu Iluwaiit.n
OvrcPi Murehaut street, Ilonolnlu.
ATLAS -:-ASSURANCE-:- COMPANY
Assets, - - - $10,000,000.
H. W. Schmidt & Bons,
Agents for the Hawaiian Inlands.
DAVID K. BAKER,
Nuuanu Valley, nbovo the Mausoleum,
All orders pveu prompt and faithful at
tention. No oxtra charge for delivering
Flowers to any pait of tho city; Leis,
Mountain Greous und Carnations n spe
Oceanic Steaii Co.
tS7" For Freight nud Fussnso nnd nil
Gonernl Iuformntion, npply to
iTtjpn H nAUIFS A Pfl I 'rl
ll-U. H. UAVIt Ot LU., Lfl
' Acents for tlio HnwniiiutlnlnndH.
f fttll km
OGciflBiital & Oneutal Steamship Col
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG i
Steamers of tho nliovo Compnuies will
cull ut Honolulu on thoir wny to tho
nbovo porta on or nbout tho following
S'mrPern Nov. 2, 1890
btmr Kio do Janeiro . . . .Nov. 19, 1890
Sttnr Gaelic Nov. 28, 1890
For SAN FBANCISC0:
Stenmera of tlm nluivn rTnmnn..n :n
cnll nt Honolulu on thoir way from
HonskonR nnd Yokohnmn to tho nbovo
port on or nbout the following dntcs:
btmr Gaolic Nov. 0, 18P0
Stmr Ciiy of loking Nov. 10, '890
Stmr China Doc. 2, 1890
Rates of Passage are as follows:
TO YOKO- TO 1IONO
Cnbiu 150.00 S175.00
Cnbin, round trip, 4
moutho 225.00 2G2.G0
Cabin, round trip, 12
months 202.50 010.25
European SteernKo.... 80.00 100.00
"l'.ihtfetiKerH pnyinff full fnro will bo
nllowed 10 porcont off return fnro if re
turning within twelve months.
ESTFor Freight nnd Pnssngo npply to
K. KACKFELD & CO.,
filer's Steamship LVs
C L. WIGHT, I'.'el 8. U. ROHB, Seo.
Capt. J. A. KING, l'ort Supt.
Will leave Ilonolnln nt 10 a. m., touching at
Lnhaina, Manlaen Hay and M .kenu tho
tuuiGibiy; Mnhukonn, Kawnihaeunil Lau
pahoehoo tlio following dny arriving at
Hilo tho same evening.
LEATCO IIQWOLUT.U. I ABMVM UOHOLULU.
Oct. .10 I Friday.
,. Nov. 0
TuoRiluy Nov 10 Tuo-iiliiy
Friduy Nov. 20 j Katuiduy.
liiesday.. ..Dee. 1 I Tuesday..
IJeturniug, will leave Hilo ut 1 o'clock
r. m., touching at Lanpuhoehoe, Mnhu
,l0Ua and Kawnihao bhiuo day; Mnkona,
Msalneii Day and Lalmina tho following
day; arriving nt Honolulu tho nftoruoons
of tuewlay and Friilnys.
Wih call at l'ohoiki, Poua.
, ST"No Freight will be received nfter
12 noon ou day of nailing.
Will leave Honolulu 'I'ne-nlay at 5 , m j
touching ut Kalml.ii, j.m, Hamoannd
Ivipahuln, Minn. 1'cturniuu nriives at
Honolulu Huuiliiv mornings.
Will call at Niiu, Kaupo, ou becoud trip
of each month.
2&J7"No Kieiglit will be received nflcr
V. M. ou ttay of bailing.
This Company wdl reserves tho right to
mako chuuges iu the time of departure and
arrival of Its ntcauiors without cotico nnd
it will uot ho responsible for any cousc
queuces nrismg therefioin.
Cousigncos must bo ut tho Landings to
rccoiyo thoir Knight; this Company will
not hold itself rehponsiblo for fnight after
it has been landed.
Live Stock ouly at ownor'u rtslt.
This Company will not be responsible
for Monoy or Valuables of passengers
unless placed in tho cr.ro of I'uiwrs.
Passengers aro requeued to purchase
tiokets beforo embarking. Thoe failing to
do so will be subject lo uu ndditiona
charge of twenty-iivo per cent.
To Let or Lease.
TnE "1ES1DFNCK OK MltS. A. LONG,
one mile from postofQco. Largo house with
fnrnituro. Four bed rooms, parlor, large
(lining room, pantry, kitchen, both rooms,
hot nud cold water, with patent closets,
sorvaut houses, stables, horse paddock
garden nnd tiees. A charming location '
Apply to J ALFRLD MAGOON.
If Merchant St., next I'ostoulcei
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