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EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 10, 1890.
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ITEMS l'K'KEI) 111 ONTI1K WATKIt
Tito Ilnrkt iillnn IrniRnrd OutHnrU
Wlutlliiir Itnrk Unlirnd from
the Arctic-Other flfolcii.
The Irrogarrt left foi Sao Frnclco today
villi a very l'utcrj;o.
The Klnnn arrived In yesterday at noon.
Slit! will Icnv i- ucftln on Friday.
Tlio I.lKolIke Is on ttio ways, liarlnc; her
biltom clemicd. Slio w III also receive 11 now
Toino"- w. Iilirli tlilolnruc 2:12 a m; lilph
113 small 1:33 p m; low tide large T.27 p in;
low tide nmull 150 a in
Tlic MlkuhiilA drought In a good cargo of
(inrden lalo produce, Including 5,'J.')l bag
sngur, on Sunday mornlnc
The old Gainsborough, now the Diamond
lead, Is uiglnnlni; to look more tlilpMupif.
Tlic lit-f 'l 'inM heen patched tip and her
masts and yards rigged.
The uii .line lfc (invlicnrt of Ban Francis
co, Ktili.v tiu-lcr, arrived thin morning rrom
the Arctic flic I on two years crufoe, and
Is on her way to tlic south.
The tnln'Murc jaclit Melcor, which was
left here h Cuptnin McNeil or the 8 ( Wild
er, wa rnlllfd off thin morning, mid was won
by rurscr Mntthcwa of the W G flail.
A lire enu lie has heen pumping aca water
OU to the big eoal pile near l'cillc .Mall dock
luce ga'uriliiy morning, and the tire lias
bvcudrowni-d Tc?in wcrt' put to work
jMcrdin, hIk! (lie coal Is belli;: rcrcoTf1 to
another place om the esplanade.
Thl j In Inc the lato King Ka akaua's blrth
dnr, tin-nniiiinl mlclalure jnclil nice wan
,yllU(" the silver cup, Qir a dozen Idle
VtiigcJ tunall ciaft started off about ten
o'cloik ihl forenoon. Tho course was from
the Pacific Mall wharf, around the Hell lluny
mid hack. At U HO nono of them had llnlili
r1, but n lew were heating up the channel.
Tho wind was very light.
Sunday, Nov 15.
Stmr .Tnmci Makce, Peterson, from Knual
fltiur Kinan, Clarke, from Hawaii and Maul
Btmr Clandlnc, Cameron, from Maul ports.
Stmr Mlkalia'a, IlHgluml, from ports on
Monday, Nov 10.
Am wills bk Gnjhcad, Kolty, fioni Arctic
Momiav. Nov. lfi.
Btmr Kanla, Thompson, for Oalui pint.
Stnir J A C'unim'iis, ticarle, for OaIiii
atrar Mokolll, llilo, for MoIoUI. Maul,
an I Lnnil
8tmr Kcaulimi, Thompson, forKllaiiea, Ku
li'jlnul uml M.inulel. Kauai.
Blinr James Maker, I'cterson, for N'awl
llwlll, Ilaimnuulu and Kapaj, Kauai
Blinr Kllnnca on, Kucmau, for Kulau
ppa, Kukil.iu and Ookala.
Mosiiav, Nov, 1G.
Am bktn Iruigaid, Schmidt, for San Fian
elseo. YESSIXS LEAVINC1 TOMOltltOW.
Btmr V G Hall, Slincisoii, for Muul and
ytmr IuhIruI, Smvtlic, for I.ahalna, IIo
nol;aa nml K'lnulliHi'le
Btmr Clandlnc, Uumeioii, for Maul.
SI in r Mlkiiliula, Hnuluiid, for Nawlllwlli,
Ivotiia, EU'vli', llauninaulu, Wnlmca and Kc
kalm. r.KDi:VGEltrt AltltlVKIl,
From Ktii.nl port, per i-tinr Mlkuhiln, Nov
150 N ilu. A I lopp and wife. Oil
'llthhon nml wife. (lUKwuit, .1 (iuudull, J
(Inndall Jr, Miss K Cmudnll and aorvai.t, .1 K
Farley, l)r If .1 Kroivn, 1 Wollf, W Sclirh'ber
and wife, C I) l'rliile. Falli, Mailmlu, L.M
veticscu, L lluiio, il U tLruaiulez ana 'Ju on
From Maul, per stmr Clandlnc, Nov 15
IIP Uuldwlu. W H Cornwo'l, F W Carter,
wife and child, Thus Campbell and wlfo, F
Waldron, l)r I'oehln, () 1) Adams W Vlda,
Cnpt L Alilborn, Mrs Kalama and d-itinhtcr,
O Kaiser, 3 E Kalelkau, W K Hutchison
Itvv 11 Klharii, b Fukuda, Ah Suii. F J
Cook, Mrs Iliichand thrco children, Mrs Ku
ala, C U Ulckey, A llancbcrt; and 5'J on deck.
From Hawaii and Maul, per Btmr Kiiiau,
Wov 15 Volcano: E Sulir uud wife. A Can ie,
J Watorhouoe. F W Thrum, K White, J F
Urowii and I Wltkowski. Way Forte: J A
Bcott, Ceo Uoss, J Kenton, J Hind, J Watt.
T d Koy, C Notley, V 11 Campliell. W F
4'oue, It C Austin. F. Madden, A C 1'aUrey,
T It Keyworth, 11 F Scliocn, It A Lvmun Jr,
K Wllhi'lm, C Ilium. A Lindsay, "1. Turner
and wife, T lluja, Puul Jarp'll, KDoueett,
CT Day. Hev Knuda, Mlsa A Aklna.
"illnderbtrL'er, Father Andruw, O Amiiu, E A
Fiaser, vi 1 1 . audihlld, Mrs J It MeKenzU
and foil, Mirs MullliiLjcr mid MS deck pas
seuuors. OAItaOEB FUOM IBLAND 1'OllTH.
Kx st nn Claudliiu 4S head cattlx, I horr,
CT hoj;s 'M tiiu: potatoes, 'ii bai;s coin .mil
ltO pks suiulrles.
Ex stmr Kh au V(I4 plncp, HU bales wool,
31H baits npuds iUS lias coin mid I.1J j,r
Ex ninr Jllknliala .W54 biif; suaiir, an
1" r'ce. 1 In re, In hdls hldea, iii iik'49 sun
VfHHhLJ IN PlIItT.
0 8 8 Adams, Walsou, Snn Fraticloeo.
iTdB AlbutniKS. Mosir.
(Coasters uot Included lu this list.)
flirt W 11 Dlinoud, Nllhcn, B F.
Wi Samoa, Fretwnrst, Ncwcistle.
Am selir II C Wrlu'hl, Olscn, Eureka.
Haw ok o-ulle, msscii, Newcastle.
( Am bk Iiiucard, Bchmldt, 8 F.
Am hk 3 C Allen, Thomtison, B F.
Am bk AI1K11 Hesse, Ban FraueUco.
(ler bk II Hackfeld. llarber, l.aysan (rid.
1irbk (ialn-borouuh, Diamond Head.
Jlaw scln Noima, lto-elilll, Fieueh Frigate
Am bk Albert, Orlllltbs, B F.
Ur bk Oakbank, Newcastle.
Pive-hundrod tonB of ballast for
buIo. Apply to A. V. Gear.
RTWS IHtXJJ.r l'HOJI 1111,11.
Continued from 1st luje.
A. Garvio rogiBtorcd at tho Hilo
hotel this wook. Ho loaves for
Scotland by tho Kinnu.
Ales. Cockburu was in town on
G. ltodiok, o H. Hnckfold
& Co., loaves today for Hatnakua
Tho IJilos boat tho IIolomuaB in
0110 of tho bost games of tho son
Bon on Saturday last. This puts
tho Ililos ouo game ahead for tho
Tho Eoderick Dhu is now 1G
days out and is looked for at any
time. It is said slio has a largo
passongor list, also matorial for
tho olectric light and cold storngo
Tho Santiago will bo horc noxt
mouth with iumbor, etc., for tho
now church which is to be erected
on tho corner of Church and
Tho Hilo band soronadod C C.
KcHuedy at his homo at "Waiakea
last night. Those presout wore
treatoJ with now music, which ,
was well rendered.
(From the Hilo Tribune.)
Gcorgo Boss of Ilakalau lias
gouo into coiTeo in South Hilo.
lie is haviug quito a largo tract
prepared for planting this profita
Tho Paauhau Plantation haB
completed a magnificent soason's
output amounting to 10,050 tons
of sugar, nearly three-quarters of
a million dollars.
A Chicago Iumbor morchaut
hurt been 111 llilo for tiio past
week, investigating our hardwood
foreHt, to introduce tho lumber in
to lino fiuishing work in tho
Thn new triplo effect for tho
Portuguese mill at Kukunu is be
ing put in. Grinding begins ear
ly in January and Hunting of firo
wood from Piihouua lias already
On board the Roderick Dim,
now almost diu at llilo, is a gou
tliMiinn named W.W. Kirkland, of
tho firm of Kirkliuul k Co., tho
wholesale druggists of tho Slates,
who is coining to llilo to start a
tlrug store, wholesale and retail.
A new building on Bridge street
will bo otpoti'd for this special
uso. Mr. Kirkland is a closo rela
tion of C. C. Kounedy. It will bo
a drug utoro on modern lines.
C. It. Collins of Honolulu is
starting a branch saddlery and
harness store at Hilo.
While W. W. Bruner is absent
at Honolulu, superintending tho
Pali roim construction, Uharles
Hitchcock will attend to his Hilo
John T. Wuterhouso is starting
a brauch store at Pohoiki, Puna.
John Goudio of Pahoa has
given a contract for clearing
twenty-six ncres of new luud for
Dr. Day of Honolulu is going
i jto coffee in Hamakua.
It. T. Rickard of Hamakua is
onuiiged at present in making a
cnlfeo machine which, ho assures
the Tribune, will have no equal in
Tho Hornor Coffee Plantation
of Kukaiau yielded over 30 tons
of coffee this season. It is claim
ed that tiio plantation is already
ou a paying basis.
Charles Olson sold his home
stead of twenty acros in Hama
kua to M. dos Santos of Hilo for
$13f)0. A few years ago theso
twenty acres wero uot worth as
Dr. Atchorly aud wife loft for
Kina last Sunday. Tho Doctor
will invest in coll'eo lands. Dr.
and Mrs. Atchorly will locato in
Honolulu, whi'io tho Doctor will
Tho now Catholic Church at
Kamouali was dedicated on Sun
day, Oct. 25. Dishop Gulstan.
Fathers Pan), Bonaventnra and
Oliver and over COO people assist
ed at the dedication.
Coffeo evorywhero in Hamakua
is doing wonderfully. At Hono
kaa tho picking season haB just
started. There nro about 800
acres plautod to coffeo in the Ho
Charles Moltono tho barber is
now with Mr. Poixoto at tho Cen
tral barber shop. Mr. Moltono is
an excellent wieldor of tho razor
and shears and carries his trado
with him. Poixoto has refurnish
ed his shop in handsomo style bo
that it is now ono of tho most at
tractive in town.
Mortgage'; Notioo cf Intention
Torccloso and of
In accordanco with tho provi
sions of that cortain mortgago
mado by Josoph Polo and Keamo,
his wifo, to H. Dimond, dated
Soptombor 2Gth, 1884, and duly
assigned by II. and J.Watorhouso,
oxocutors under tho will of H.
Dimond, by assignment recorded
in said ollico in Libor 1G3, page
27fi, Ac, recorded in tho llegistor
ollico, Oahu, in Libor 83, pago
3G8-9, notico ishoroby given thnt
said mortgagco intends to forccloso
tho samo for condition broken, to
wit.: tho non payment of both
principal and interest whon duo.
Notico is likowiso givon that
after tho expiration of threo weeks
from this dato tho property cov
ered by said mortgago will bo
advertised for salo and will bo
Bold at public auction at tho auc
Hon rooms of Jns. P. Morgan,
Honolulu, on Monday, tho JJOth
day of November, 189G, at 12
o'clock noon of that day.
II. WATER HO OSE, Jr.,
Assignee of Mortgago.
Por further particulars, apply
to J. Alfred Mngoou, Attorney
for H. "Wntorhouso, Jr.
Dated Honolulu, Nov.4th,189G.
Tho property to bo sold is tis
All that pieco or parcel of land
situated ut Kow lo, P-iuoa, Islund
of Oahu, described in Rnynl
Putont No 1G2G. Kuleum 10,270.
to Mahinn ns Apauu 2. Taro und i
Kuia land, nmro purtioulurly de
scribed ns follows: '
''E hooninka m i ko kihi Hoina
o k loi knolo i) J. 1'iikoi ko kihi
Hikiim niiiiika o Ice in aiim, a o
hole Akmi 49 5 Kom KiG Kipu.ti
inn kuaunii in iu:iti o kf k olo a
hiki i ku 1'uliuku i Pen in X pili
nim mo ko Kilnwnm nlnilu Houm
i)G s Kom f2 Kaptiii, lain o
Kitliiwitiu, a Akuii CO - Kom. 38
Kipniii iiualiuu a Aktin 4 1 Kom.
140 K'tpuai ma ko Kalitw.iiu in
lnau ikuio it 1 i k i i ko Kukuwowo,
nlnilu Hi'iiin 4G z K in. 72 K tm u
mn ko Kokawowu u hiki t 1m Kii
liiwniu, ula In mn in iiiini Boma
43 llikiua 284 Kapimi a lulu i
ka poli ku it mi ko aia lit In, o pili
ami tin- !; mokunii o Ki-wulo n mo
Amvaioliniu, nlnilu, Poh-lci i nktt.
E tnli nun mo ka ninii o ku kuln a
hiki i kuhi i homnuku ni o ku Hi
72 100 ekn." 451-td
Mortgagco'o Kctioa of Intonticn to
Foreclose and of Sale.
In accordance with tho pio-vif-inns
of tint cortun mort(iig'
mudo by Annio Hniiios und
Chmlos llainos, her Imsbiud, to
AV. A. Kinney, d-itod Aut,'. 4th,
1887, fcord d in tho Hug stt-r
Oftice, Oihu, in LibiT HI, pugos
40!- ot seij , which moitgiigo wns
duly nBsigni'd to J. A. Mngonn by
iissigutiiont, notico is horoby giv
on Hint thi' assign" of suid
inoitg go i-itunds to foreclose tho
saint- ior onidiiion broken, to wit:
tho u.in-i).iyiiiont of hoth pnnoi- 5 !' "n a " J1"" 'V""; r'. ," "'' ic
. i ' . . i of lifteen years more, situated at l'uua, Ha-
pill Ulld interest whon due. Uall, mar (ioudico' cotree phutallon. No
Notico Is likowiso givon tlmt , ll,'.co"v? ,B"tJ ,0 V? ,,ntl- t
,, i ' 5ii -A Lodging House on Fort street cou
lifter tho CXpiratlnn of threo slstlngof twenty furnished romiiK, all oecu
weoks from ttlis d.ito tho proper- pled by lodgers. A bargain for the right
ty COVOred by fVlld iniirttfngo uill .'"ji"' Houseand Lot on Bcietnnla street be
bo ndvortiBed f"l' Snl Olid will bo 'tween I'unehbowlnudRlebaidsstri'cts. Ilouto
i i ..I ' contain si'Ven rooms, heildu bathrouui and
..a .. . nx.Min n.,..r... ... .....
auction roums of W. S. Luco,
Honolulu, nil Monday, Doo. 7th,
18UG, nt 12 o'clock noun of that
For further particulars apply
to J. A. Magoon.
D.itod Honolulu, Nov. 7, 189G.
Tho property "to bo sold is as
All that piece or pureol of lnd
situuto at Piiiinin, Honolulu,
more p.irt cl n-lv d"fcorihod in
Hoval Patent J401 ., Kuloaim
1070 to fiiknulii. 453-t.l
Y. M.C. A. Gymnasium
Again Open to Its Mcmbors.
.M'ludny Uvf niiiy, Nov. I), ut 7 4fl, ClubBCB
for Vouug Vicn.
ihnnsilay I'.vming, Nov. 12, nt 7it5,
(iM'bou for Voung Mtu.
Tliurbday Afternoon, nt 3.30, Chs. for
S.ESn Under tho instruction of (Jnmpe
tent Local TeuehuvH. 4S:I'2a
Notice to Intonding Purohasors.
As As'ignro of tho Estate of II.
P. Poor, a bankrupt, I um opon
for negotiations for the side of his
real estite, situate ut Kapahulu
Kiipioluni Purk, Vaikiki. Mnp
of tho samo enn bo aeon and par
ticulars loitruod by calling on mo
nt my oflico on Kauhnmanu Street.
JOHN F. COL.BURN.
Honolulu, Nov. 0, 1800. 453-tf
ft Two Stores on Nnuanu street.
4 Lot on Magazine Hill, UuriUl feet,
commanding an excellent view of the city
S Lot on Hackfeld street, 80x100.
0 A Choice Residence on Lunalllo street,
bavluc nil modern Improvements.
B Four Houses and Lots on Vuncbbowl
street, all rented at u monthly rental of 1 105.
This property Is 24llfeet on I'unchbuw I stree,
with a depth of 'Hi feet running to tlic drill
Kiounds or nrmorr, with a frontage on same
for 4 or 6 more cottages. Tho central loca
tion of the property makes It most available.
U House and Lot on Klnau street. Lot
TOxtOu ft. Thh property will be sold at cost
mid Is nn excellent bargain for a homo seeker,
The house Is clcpintl) llntslud and of the
best workmanship and materials There I n
carriage house and barn on the picmlscs aud
tho yard Is well laid out with fruit and ornn.
10 A Flno Residence centiallj located,
contnluini; ifl rooms. Lot 1'JUxL'ou ft. Two
small cottages ou the lot bringing In good
U-JtO Acres of Land In Kalllil Milky, (Wnl
klki side). A stream of water Hums along
this land. A bargain
14 A Coicmodlous Residence on Hnssluger
street, tilted with nil modern conveniences. Or
will trade lor suburban property.
Ill House and Lot on lleretanln street.
House euiitnlns V rooms, and all modern con
veniences. Lot 1xl4.').
IT. Flno Residence on llcrctaula street.
For further particulars Itiqulie nl myolllce,
18. A House ana Lot ou Young street.
ID Homo and Lot corner Victoria and
lleretanln streets, opposite Thomas suuare.
house contains 0 rooms. Size of lot lLMxUUU.
21 House and Lot on Young street near
the residence ot the Rev. Mr. Hyde. Lot
110x140. lloiio contains eight rooms.
3li l'enrl Cltv 1'ropertv.
St DeslrableTraet of Coffee Land on Ha
wull. 25 A most Dcsirablo Homo on Thnrston
nvonne. Large grounds and beautiful llow
cr gulden; lionsu furnlsuod throughout lu
hard wood with all luteal improvoineutrt.
Excellent view ot tho city nud ocean, nud
one wiiicli cuunot be cut off.
2(1 Large Lot und Commodious Dwel
ling ou Green titnet, comminuting mi uu
idistrucUd view .if the tity nml harbor. No
choicer ichiclenco is to t liiul m tho city
even by the most fuhtiilictiB.
'J7 A New House ot even rooms with
electric lights throughout, batli, patent W
C. servants' quarters and slables. One block
from car line at I'unahou.
'ii- Only 4 of those Lots left near Kameha
;'.i - I'wo Houses aud Lots on Llllhn street.
HO An 13 Acru Tract of Land ul KullUl
suitable for dividing up Into building lots.
Ml A Hi. use nml l.ut on Al.n;ea street.
ii A Ucnutlful Uulldlng Lot at Kalllil,
1'.' X-1W, cleared, leiieed and water laid on.
!).! A (Itntl.v sloping Lot on Thurston
avenue, LMOxli'i, having a frontaue on (Irccu
sttei't of ()') feet, and commanding a bird's
eve view of the city and haibor.
M Kl.gaut Ikaeh 1'ropcrty ot Walklkl.
JIT Tlie only CIIOICK LOT left nt Mnklkl.
It ndjilns tliu residence of J A Oilman mid
the residence sites of L Hopper, 11 Luws,
and Dr Wood.
I UH Sold.
I 41' Sold.
II Lot on MiiMkt street, 7fixIlo Cheap.
ri House and Lot on 1'ttcrson Lane, Pa
latini. House contains li room. LotTAxltO,
41 Dwelling lloui.eof U rooms lilted with
all modern conveniences. Lot U&xllU
Situated at 1'alamu.
H Vacant Lot on Wall.lkl Road, 100x110.
1.1 House and Lot on Nuuami street.
House contains eleht fiirnUlied rooms.
Very coiiveubiitly located near the business
center of the city.
HI Fb'giitil Rvsldi'iiii hi l'liiithou. Houo
of 7 looms with nil iikkIitii (ouvenlences.
Lot looxJoo, nicely pLiutid with fruit and
47-12 SuitH of I'uiiii urocomploto ncd
the rontnl of tho most desirable mid evn
tiul y loeuteil Lodging tloui-o i th city,
i -IS i'liii'uimlo lluneh Vla.OOO fniiting
plniitrt, fiOD hmo trees, fiO Av cailo pear
tio-F, ieitch tiees and Aliulfn crop. Two
Delliii(;s liuni, etc An Al investment.
vj -on Acres uouee laud in no simple, aim
-.. ... .. ..... , --
kitchen. Lot 75x110. and well laid out with
grass and ornamental trees.
Notice- I can Negotiate Loans on any of
the ubovc propel ly tor purchasers desiring
same at ft. in ' to 7.1 per cent of the value.
1 Waicluiuoe on nsplauade.
3 A Furnished Cottage In a good location
for two or time month.
4- A lUaiitlful Summer Residence at the
Peninsula, IV.irl City, completely furnished:
live rooms nml terrain's iuurters. Will rent
cheap to a desirable tenant 'I he lot Is over
an acre In slue and well laid nut, and com
mands a beautiful view of the harbor,
ft Store Room, liOxl", f.'.'i per month,
drlwwiiy Into It. ileietanla street, tear ot
City Feed Store.
0 l'leeo gioiind SO feet front, on Bercta
nla street, next to City Feed Storo. Will
erect good store ou ground and lease S years
at $ ll per mouth.
7 A FimiMie'd Residence ou King street
In a dislrable locality.
B--riiinUlk'il Cottauo for couple ut Wal
klkl, servants' ipiurtcts, stubles, etc. $20 per
month, long lease.
10 Laigo Hall on Kinlilii sttect, gioiind
lloir Auroo.lt'ty wishing a ipilet locatlou
will do well to JCe'thls,
V!10 King stfeet.
For Sale or To Let.
Tlireu Iloubos near l'mmliou Colli go,
containing from poreu to uiuo rooms, buth
room, liallH, closets, etc. New, modern
nml convenient. Good view, lioiiltliy loca
lity. Apply to
J. A. BUTTEHFIELD,
J. A. BUTTERFIELD,
Controcfcor Ss Builder
Eslimnles given. Repairs and altera
tions mmlo. Work given prompt nttontiou,
3T Tolepbouo 831. 11-:Jhi
Steamers ot tho nbovo Lino numlng in oonnoction with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Botwoon Vnncouvcr, B. O., and Sydney, N. S. V., and calling at Viotoria, li, O.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
-A.KE :Dcr:E3 .rn laionsroij-u'XjTJ-
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
From Sydney and Slim, for Victoria und
Vancouver. It. O.I
8tmr "WAHHIMOO" November 21
Slur "MIOWEHA" December 24
Stmr "WA11RIMOO" Januory 21
Stmr "MIO WEKA" Fobruary 24
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Cuiiuda,
United States nml Kiiropc.
fllEIOHT AMD l'ABSKNaEU AOK-VTO:
D. MoNiooi.Ii, Montrenl, Cacnda.
HonnnT KF.nn, Winnipeg, Cnnndn.
M. M. Steiin, Snti Frnnweco, Unl.
Q. 'Mali. BnowN, Vnnconvor, B. O.
Australian Mail Service,
For San Francisco:
Tho Now nnd Fino Al Steel Steamship
" Mariposa "
Of tho Ocennlo Steninliip Compmiy will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Sydnoy nnd
Auckland on or about
Dec. 10, 1896.
And will lenvo for tho nbovo port with
Mails and Pnssengcre on or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho New nnd Fino Al Steo Steamship
" Monowai "
Of tho Oeoanio Steamship Company will
up due at Honolulu irom ban iTnucisco
ou or about
Nov. 3 0, 1800.
And will linvo prompt despatch with
.Jail and Passengers for tho alxvo porta.
Tho undersigned are now prepared
Through. Tickets tO All LOilltS
.. T. ,. , ... .
III LllO I HI It'll iitlllCM.
tSTFor further nnrticnlnm recardiug
Froight or Passage npily to
WM. G. IRWIN &C0., L'd,
LOG Al. LINE
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
for S. F.
Nov. 10, 1800 Nov. 21, 181)0
Doo. 11, 1890 Dee. 10, 1890
From Snn Francisco
From Sydnoy for
Arrive Honolulu. Ltave Honolulu.
Monowui, Nov ID, '90 I Mnriposn.Deo 10,'9n
Alameda, Doo 17, '00 Mouowi, Jnn 7, '07
Pioneer Building and
Assets July, 1S96, $106,545.15
Monoy Loaned on Approved Security.
A Bnvings Hank for Monthly Deposits.
Houses Uuilt on tho Monthly Installment
Thirteenth Serios of Stock now open.
Tor further piuticulais apply to
A. V. GEAE, Secretary.
Chamber of Commoico Itooms.
Office hours, 12:30 1 -.30 P.M. 373-tf
General Munngor of
The Equitablo Life Assurance Society
Of the United States for the Hawaiian
0nrv: Merchant Btreet, Honoluln.
ATLAS -:-ASSURANCE-:- COMPANY
Assets, - - - $10,000,000.
H. W. Schmidt & Sons,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Subscribe for thnEvKNiNU Boj
i r.ETlN, 7C cents per m- nth.
Oceanic SteaisliB Co.
From Victoria, nml Ynncouver, It. C,, to
Hutn nml Sydney!
atmr"MIOWERA" November 10
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" DectmbcrlO
Stmr "MIOWEHA" Jannary 10
Stmr "WAHR1MOO" February 10
t3T For Freight nud Pnasngo nnd all
General Information, apply to
TH.E0. II. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for tho Ilnvvniinn Inlands.
Win's Steamship Go's
O. L-. WIGHT, 1'ies. 8. 15. ROSE, Seo.
Capt. J. A. JUNO, I'ortSupt.
Will loavo Honolulu at 10 a. m., toaohing nt
Lahoiun, Maiilaea Hay nud M .kenu the
samo by; Mahukouu. Kuwaihaoand Lau
pnboelioe tho following day, arriving at
llilo tbo samo evening.
LICAVKB IIOMQI.CIU. ARH1VKH 1I0K0UJLU.
Fridny Nov72671Ve(lncs(lay rNovTsS
Tnesday.. . Dec. 1 Tuesday I)eo. 8
Friday Deo. 11 I Friday Dec. 18
TneBeiay.....Dco 22JJnesdayilL. Deo. 2!)
Heturniug, will leavo Hilo at 1 o'clock
P. M., touchiug nt Laupuhocboo, .Mahu
kona nnd Kuwailmo urni o day; Makcua,
Mqnlaen Hay nnd Lnbniun tho following
day; nrriviug nt Honolulu tho afternoons
of luchdny nnd Friiinyb.
" Will cull nt Pohoiki, Pnnn.
No Freight will bo received nftor
12 noon on day of sniliug.
I CAMERON, Commander,
Will leave Honolulu 'luosrtny nt Sr.u.i
'touching nt Knhnlui, llaun, Ilnuion nucl
Kipnhulu, Miuii. Ketnrning arrives at
Honolulu Siiinliiy mornings.
Will call nt Nuu, Kanpo, on secoud trip
Ut UHbll 11IIII11U.
gjETNo Freight will bo received after
r. m. on dny of sailing.
s Company will 1 reserves the right to
iuiiwi iimuKCT m um nine oi eiepariure ana
, arrival of its stenmers withont notice and
it will not bo rcBponsiblo for any oonsc-
I ivoublguees must bo nt tho Landings to
recoivo thoir Freight; this Company will
uoi uoki iisea responsiuio lor Irciglit nfler
it has been landed.
Live Slock only nt owncr'b risk.
This Company will noi lo lesponsible
for Monoy or Vnlunliletr uf us.iongers
unless placed in tho euro of Puisors.
Passengers mo requested to purchaso
tickets beforo embarking. Thane lulling to
do so will bo subject lo an ndditioua
charge of twenty-livo per cent.
a &33 laji&jrs&i&z&si
For Family Use I
Just It coivod, ox "0. O. Funk," cargo of
tf ellington, Departure Baj, doal
Which is offered in (pinntities to suit.
2240 lbs. to the Ton.
WILDER I CO., L'D.
SOI ii 303 Fort street.
A Good Tiring-
Ohia, Algcroba and Pine Firowood
Cut uud Split (ready for tho Stovo).
STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COAL
WHITE AND HLACK 8AND
At Iovvest 1'iii es, delivered lo any part of
TlCl,EPHONI3 i i 414
31 Queen Street.
Is prepared to furnish
4000 Tons Cane Fertilizer
To order for 1800. '
In Quantities to Suit:
d n w nj -
SJgT Oi dors solicited for a. futuro dct
A. ?. COOKE, Manager.