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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 28, 1897.
Cssiadian-Ausiralian Steamship Line
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;, ' 'I1'.10 kurk S C Allou is on tho good, UJLrJr:JJ fl"j7lluw " g 'ITrfTjf.fj
II rri t " gjreTrial will prWe their neril. Pv.sL- j
Tho bark S C Allou is on tho
Tho steinnor Mnnun Lon is ou
tho boards to lenvo at 10 n m to
morrow. Tho stenraor Nocnu will lenvo nt
3 p tu tomorrow for Lnuniim and
Tho stonmor Kilnnen Hon wits
launched from tho Mtirino ltnil
wny yodtordny nftcrnoou.
Tho S S City of Peking will be
duo from YoUolmmiv tomorrow,
but nmy got in tonight.
Tho stonmor Kenuhou lenves nt
3 p in today for llniiiitmuilu, niul
tho Knnla at 1 for l'uualuu.
Tomorrow, high tide largo 1:10
a m; high tide small 1:15 p m; low
tide largo 0:25 p m; low tido smnll
8:15 a in.
About 2 p in yesterday tho
schooner V F Jewett sailed for
Knhului, where sho will load for
Kahukuugnr for MS Grinbaum
it Co was put into tho barkoutino
W II Dimoiul from the Kanln to
dny. The barkoutino is about
ready for sea.
Tho Wilder stonmor Kilauea
IIou loaves nt 4 this afternoon for
Kukainu. There aro a fow thou
sand bngq of RURar nwnitiug ship
ment to Honolulu.
The Not-au In ought in a cargo
of sugar for F A Soliuefer fc Co.
The bark Mohican received 20S!)
bags No 1 aud tin ship Henry U
Hyde ioo iiagu Xv 2.
Exports to Now York por ship
S P Hitchcock nr. 57,130 bags
sugar, tti'iguin7,lH-l97 lbs. Tho
cargo was shipocd by Wiu G Ir
win it Co to J I) Snreckols & Bros
The schooner Lukn arrived this
morning from Kawaihnpai, near
Wniulmi, with n light enrgo of pad
dy" f',r u'lie;e' Sho experienced
some rather rough wenthor on that
side of tho islaud, and lost one of
Tho schooner Knuikoaouli wns
all loaded tor J'aauilo yesterday
morning, but not having favorable
wind, sin- did not sail. There be
ing hardly any wind this foro
noon, sho was still tied up at tho
wharf at noon.
The hchoouer U bort Lowers is
still 1 ing in tlic- stream with a
enrgo of Now'a.tlo coal. Captain
Goodmnii expects to haul in to
Fort street wharf at tho end of tho
week, after the It P ltithet has
Tho American ship S P Hitch
cock leaves this afternoon for Now
York. Some of her sailors do not
fancy Cape Horn wo.ither, so they
dosortod. Captain Evans put two
of them aboard this morning, and
two othors, being toughor, go
aboard later. Captain Evans and
a fow olhfi' police officers will
stny aboard tue ship until blue
water is leached, returning in tho
Tho fc'!rir"'"' V'vng, '."h'"h ar
rived re.:eutl i.t Knhului from
tho Const, will go to Fanning aud
Washington Islands. Mr George
Greig, who r'l.uterwl tho vessel,
wont to Kahului to join her in tho
steamor Clauiline last Tuesday.
Tho presout gang of lnborors,
called "manihikiu," who collect
tho guano ou the islands, will bo
roturued to their homes ou other
South Sea ml. unit; mid now gangs
taken back. Tho Viking will thon
como to Honolulu with a cargo of
guano. James Greig nmy bo a
pnssongoron the up trip.
For Victoria, por CASS War
rimoo, Jan 27 John Wilson aud
The Chilean Army nud X.ivy.
Now York, Jan. 8. A special
to tho Herald fioni Valparaiso
says: Congress has pnssod nn
not regulating tho strength of tho
lnnd nnd sea forces of tho Govern
ment. I'nnor tho provisions of
tho net tho ctr.n-ii.g army will
probably not exceed 9000 men.
Tho navy is to consist of fourteen
warships, sovonleon torpedo-boats
nnd three transports, manuod by
-1G16 nu'ii and i 'Hirers.
Wedkesiht, Jan. 27.
8lmr Kaata, Molicr, from jiorta on Oahn.
Stmr Nocau, I'ctcrsnn, from Hawaii.
TnuutiiAV, Jan. 23.
Sclir l.ukn fiom Knwnllinpnl.
8 S City or l'cklnj;, Smith, from Yoko
hama. DKI'Alli' ithtl,
WEiivrstuv, .Tun. 27.
'Stmr Jntncs Maki'c, Tullett, for Kapaa,
Stmr Wuhlcalc. Parker, for Kllauca, Kail
lilwal and Ildiialii.
Am sclir WFJcuctt, Johnson, for Knhu
lui S 8 Warrlmoo, White, for Victoria am)
VI'SSKLS LEAVINO TOMW'unw.
Stmr Mauna I.oa, Slmcreou, for Muul ami
Stmr Nocau, Peterson, for Lahalna, Mono,
kaa niul Kiikiilhaelt'.
OAftGOES FUOM ISLAND POltTH.
Et etnir K"1n "0i b.iijs sugar, 7S 1).ik
Ks tmr NocautHOI bag siiRar.
Kx chr I.uka Light caro ol pathly.
VKKSI.I.i IN I'ollT
It M M 3 Icarus, Fleet, Eaqulmalt.
U .- 8 Alert, llanford, San Francisco.
(Coasters not IneluileJ In this list.)
Am schr Hob'crt Lowers, Goodman, Ncw-
Am chip 8 P llllchcock, Gates, 8 F.
Am hk Ci'l(iii. Calhoun, Eureka.
Am hk 8 C Mien, .lohmon, 3 F.
Am bkln J I (irltllth, A rev, I'uet Sound.
Am hktn Amelia, Wilier, Piigit .'ound.
Am ship fl II Hyde. Scrllmer, 8 F.
Am schr Transit, Jorncnson, 8 f.
Am hk Aldcn ilessc. Potter, 3 F.
Am hk Mohican, 8nunders, S F.
Am liktn W II Dlmond, NlUon, 3 F.
Am bktn Jrmnnril, tfUimlJt, 3 F.
Am hktn Arilier, Calhoun. S F.
Hr bk Northbrook, Lawdon, llonckonc;.
Ocr ship Marie llackfeld, Kruse, lircmtn.
Ocr bk .1 C Glade, Liverpool.
Haw Kchr Honolulu, Thouacl, Tocopllla.
(law bk It PUIIhet, Turne, Newcastle,.
Nor ship Auakc, Corncllmou, Newcastle.
rOKKION VFSSKLS EXPECTED.
Vessels herefrom Due
Ur bk Hou'enbcik Liverpool Du
Schr Lizzie Vance, Sjdney, Duo
111; I'nll.io, Ncucastle Duo
Ani bk Amy Turner,.. New York Jan SO
Am ship May Flint 3F
Am i.l. lbert " F Jun M
Nli! bk Dominion, ....Newcastle
Dk C Perkins Neweatlo.....Ian ai
IP tn Wii'stltT Newe.istlo Inn Hi
Am liktn Planter Newcastle... Jan ill
tier bk lau I lrenbera....LHerpo il... Apr 20
II. )l S. Terrible.
London, January 10. II M S
Terrible, tho new first-class
cruioor, had her trial over a twonty-threo-mile
courso otf thn Cornifh
coast on Saturdny. Tho speed
developed showed an avorngo of
22 kuots an hour. Tho Terrible
wa3 launched nt Glasgow in 1895,
and she is equipped with forty
eight boilers of the Bellville water
tube type. This great ship is built
.il niir.uhed nlenl, nnd m of 14,200
tons displacement. Her length is
500 feet and her beam 71 feet, while
tho maximum draft is 27 feet. She
hus twiu sorow propellers, aud is
provided with nn indicated horso
power of 25,000. Sho is rntod ns
n protected cruiser, tho nrmored
deck extending over tho whole
loturth of tho ship. In its thickest
p.irt it is four iuches nnd tapers
to threo iuches at tho oud. Hor
coal capacity is 3000 tons, the
armored deck being asRooiated
with minutely sub-dividijd coal
bunkers, lho complement of oflio
era and mon provided ia 810. The
twiu scrows aro oach threo bladed,
nineteen feet six inches in dia
meter. Both scrows rotato inward,
which is tho rovorso of the
ordinary practico. The engines
aro vortical, three stngo compound
type, with four cranks, there be
ing two low-proHsure cylinders.
Tho stroke is fourfoet. Hor nrma
inent consists of two 9 2-10-inoh,
twelve (5-inch quick-firing guns,
sixteen 12 pounders, twelvo !1
fioundors, nine mnchino guns, two
ight guns for a boat and forty
ono torpedo lubes.
A. .1. Derby, D.D.8., Dontal
oflhio Cottngo No. 100, Alakon
qtiott, tcpphnno v o. G15. Office
tijurn 0 A..;. to 4 P.M.
llirw to Jtcml China.
Tnko n very thick solutlou of guru
anibio nuit water auil stir into it plaster
of paris until tho mixturo becomes a
viscous pnsto. Ajiply it with u brush to
tlio fractured edges nnd stick them to
gether. In threo day tho nrticlo cannot
bo broken at tho samo place. Thowliitu
ncssof this cement renders it doubly
How to Mnke Svrrct Tmnnto Pickle.
A pock of grccu tonintoe.s, 10 small
onions, whole spices, pepper, bay lcuvui,
2 tubletpooufula of sugar, viuegur
aud salt IVel tomatoes llko nn ap
ple, Icnviug them wliole, aud sprinklo
with two-thirds of n cupful of Bait. Aft-
or staudiiig 0 hours hang them in n
bag to drain all night. Break up cinnu
mon and cloves aud put into a thin
muslin bag. Pcol and chop tho onions,
sprinkling them with salt When toma
toes and onions aro well drained, puck
in layers in a jar, putting bits of bay
leuf nnd small peppers on each layor.
Cover with good viuegur, put in tho
rpico bag unit let stand 0 dnytt, hav
ing them well covered and presa'd down
by a cloth, pinto and weight. When tho
timo has passed, boil the mixture as it
is, adding tho sugar. Seal in glius j.irs
after laying Iiorso radish slices and
bluck mustard seed on top of the picklu.
How to bet Color.
To set tho color in colored cotton
dresses that aro to be washed, ilissolvo
!) gills of salt in 4 quarts of hot water,
put the material in whilo tho wutor
is hot and let it remain until cold.
In this way tho colors aro rcudeicd per
manent and will not fado in washing.
How to 3ItiIto 1 lib hi-nll'ip.
Konmius of any wliito fish mako a
delicious scallop with tho addition of
cheese, ond, by tho way, it is satisfac
tory to know that good American choose,
if not too fresh, is pronounced by tho
proper authorities as excellent for cook
ing purposes. Mash tho flli witli broad
crumbs, grated olietso and audio; y
snuco or any catchup liked.1 fluke in
nholls with a layer of bread crumbs,
grated cheebo and wee "dabs" of butter
How to MtOVu Mrrlnnuc.
In making meringues add a pinch of
salt to tho whites of the eggs. They
will stiffen quickly.
Uow to I'ulllnutii Itiillrimit Sprort.
Tho speed of a railway ti-aiu in miles
per hour can, it is claimed, bo found by
lounting tho nur.iberof rails ova-which
a car wheel pus in 20.3 f-ccomls bo
cause 20. a secpudH bears tho snmo ratio
to an hour Hint SO feet, tho length of a
rail, bears to a mile, Tho ilsh plates or
tho thumps may bo counted. Thus, sup
posing that U9 thumps are niado by a
whcol in 20.8 seconds, tho train is then
running nt tho rate of 3D miles an hour.
How Wlnca Should He Sorrril.
In serving wines with a course dlu
nor, sherry should bo served with soup.
With tho fish chablis or snutcrno is
nearly nlways served, and with entrees
bavo claret. Champagne, hock or mo
sollo comes with tho roust. Port wine
is usually served with tho cheese, course,
nnd burgundy with tho dessert. Servo
red wines at tho samo temperature as
tho room. White wines should bo slight
ly chilled, but never put ico into wins.
Do not fill a glass to tho top. Servo tho
least celebrated wlnca at tho commence
ment of a dinner, reserving for tho last
tho choicest vintages.
Hon to Make l'lurlila Water.
Take 2 drams each of oil of laven
der, lemon and bergnmot, a drum
rach of tincture of turpeutino and oil of
ucroli, 30 drops of oil of balm and 10
Urops or oil of roso. Mix tho abovo thor
oughly with a quart of deodorized al
cohol. How to Keep Fruit.
Tho rotting of fruit is mainly brought
about by two kinds of pnrusitio fungi,
which occur particularly uumcious in
stagnant air. bpots or bruises ou tho
outer bkiu of fruit are particularly liablo
to bo covered with theso germs, and tho
roeringof fruit which is to bo kopt
for some timo with cotton or tissuo pa
per is an ozcellcnt mouns of proteotion,
shico both keep off tho germs of tho
How to Make Paper Comforter!.
Fasten two layers of soft paper or
newspaper between two Bhects of cheap
Dalico or ehecseclotli. This will mako a
warm and very light coverlet for winter
AVntor colors and Oil colors in
sets suitnblo for Xmnn presents.
King Bros., Hotol street.
Tho Artograph is a valuablo
aid to nuyono wishing to learn to
skotoh from nnfiiro without nn in
structor. Price $8.00. King Broa.
hnvo them for salo.
,, F'or Salo.
3 Two Stores on Niuninn street.
4 Lot on Mag-.ir.lne Hill, H!ux2U4 feet,
commanding an excellent view oftlio city
5 Lot on Ilackfclil ulrect, 80x100.
0 A Cliolco Kcslilcnce on Lunalilo street,
having nil modern luiprowmcnts.
8 Four Houses and Lots on Punchbowl
street, all rented nt n monthly rental of JIU5.
This property Is 2HlfeUon Punchbowl strte,
with a depth of 22J feet running to the drill
grounds or armory, with a frontage on same
for 4 or fl more cottages. The central loca
tion oftlio properly raaKcs It most available.
U House and Lot on Ktnau street. Lot
70x101 ft. Till property will be sold at cost
and Is nn excellent bargain for n homo seeker,
Tho house Is elegant! finished and of the
best workmanship nod materials. Tlieru Is a
carriage house and b.irn on the premises and
the jnnlls Moll lnld out with fruit nnd orna.
10 A Flno ltesldeucc centrally located,
containing i5 rooms. Lot 12Ux'.'0U ft. Two
small cottages on tho lot bringing In good
11 ;,'. Vctcs of Lnnd In Kallhl valley, (Wal
klki ' stream of water Hows along
this lr. it A Imrgaln.
11- 5- )l 1
H A (Ion iiiodlousltcsldcnco on tlasslngci
Bireci,nueu wnii an iiiouorn conveniences. W
will trn.'e loi suburban property,
Ill House and Lot on llcrctanla street
House euulalns '.I rooms, and all modern con
ventolin. Lot Wxl45.
17. Fine ltesldenee on llcrctanla street.
For further parlleulnrs Inquire at my olllcc,
18. A House anil Lot on Young streit.
Ml limine nnd Lot corner Victoria and
Ueretaula streets, opposite Tliomns square,
bouse contains I) rooms. Size of lot lU0x20U.
21 Houso nnd Lot on Young street Hear
the residence ot tho Hcv. Sir. Hyde. Lot
1KKI40. House contains eight rooms.
23 Pearl Cltv Property.
21 Desirable Tract of "Colleo Land on Ha
waii. 23 A most Desirable Homo on Thurston
avenue, Large giouuilH nud bountiful How
er giudou; house furu!nhed throughout in
nnni ivoou wuu nil latest improvements.
Excellent view of tho city niul ocenn, nud
one which cannot bo cut off.
20 Large L t and Commodious Dwel
ling on Ore6n Slnet, commanding an un
Intruded view of tho city and harbor. No
choicer lesidcnco is to b hnd iu the city
uvea ty tho most fastidious.
27 A NVw House ol seven rooms with
electric lights throughout, bath, patent W
U, servants' quarters nnd stnbles Ono block
from enr line nt i'unulioii.
2S- Only 4 of those Lots left near Kamcba
-"J Two Houses and Lulu ou Llllhn street.
SO An 18 Acre Tract of Land nt Kallhl
suitable for dividing up Into building lots.
:il A II niu and Lot on Alnkea street.
:W A lleaullful Uiilldhn; Lot nt Knllhl,
l'.Mx'JOO, cleared. Icm-ed and water laid ou.
SI A (iently loplllg Lot on Thurston
avenue, 240x125, having a frontaue on Orenn
street of 105 fict, and commanding a bird's
ee view of the city uud liar hor.
)i5 Ehgant Beach Property nt Wnlklkl.
a7-The only C1I010K LOT left nt Maklkl.
Itndjclnstbo residence of J A Oilman and
Hip resldenco sites of W L Hopper, II Laws,
and Dr Wood.
41 Lot ou Maklkl street, 75xIlo Cheap.
h2 llouf" and Lot on Peterson Lane, I'a
lama. IInusi contalim (i room. Lot 75x110.
41 Duelling House of V rofim, fitted with
all uiodiru conveniences Lot USxllU
bltunted nt l'uliim.i.
44 Vacant Lot on WalklKl Itoad, lUOzllO
45 llousu and Lot on Nuuauu Btrect.
House contains cluht furnished rooms.
Vcrj coiuinlentlj located near tho bublness
center of the city.
40 L'lcrniit Hesldeneo at Puuahou. IIoue
of 7 rooms with all modern conveniences
Lot loox2oo, ulcily plautid with fruit and
47 -12 BtiilH of Furnituro complete nnd
tho lentnl of tho most desirable nnd ecu
truhy located Lodging IIouso in thi- city.
48 Pineapple Hunch 25,000 fruiting
plants, COO liino trees, 50 Avocado pear
trois, peach trees and Alfalfa crop. Two
Duelling-, barn, tto An Al investment.
4'J -51) Acres Codec land In fie simple, and
150 acres, ou a !0 jears lease with a privilege
of fifteen years more, situated at Puna, Ha
wall, near Uoudles' colfeu plantation. No
tine colleo land to bo had.
5U A Lodging lloue on Fort street con
slstlng of twenty furiiMic-d rooms, all occu
pied by lodgers. A bargain for tho right
51 A Houso and Lot on Dcretanla street be
tween I'unchbow I and lllchards streets. Houso
eoiitnlus seven rooms, beside bathroom and
kitchen. Lot 75x110, and well laid out with
grass nnd ornamental trees.
Notice: 1 can Negotiate Loans on nnv ol
the uboo property lor purchasers deslrinic
same at from 50 to 75 per cent of tho value.
1 Warehouse on Esplanade.
3 A Furnished Cottage Inn good locatlo
for two or three months.
4- A Beautiful Summer Residence at the
Peninsula, Pearl City, completely furnished;
five rooms and servaut's quarters. Will rent
cheap to a dcslrablo tenant. The lot Is over
an acre In slzo and well laid nut, and com
mands a beautiful view of the harbor,
5 Store Boom, 60x48, $25 per month,
driveway Into It. Bcrctnnla street, rear of
City Feed Store.
0 I'leco giound 30 feet front, on llcrcta
nla street, next to City Feed 8tore. Will
erect good store ou ground und lease S jours
at &0 per mouth.
U Furnished Cottage for couple at Wai
kikl, servants' quarters, stables, etc. f25 per
month, long lease.
Hawaiian Business Agency,
210 King street and 207 Merchant street.
Real Estate Transactions.
Subscribers aro fnrnishod with from Ave
to six lists per wool;, giving an accurate.
record ol nil deeds, morlgagos, leases, re
leases, lwvers of nttorney, etc., cto which
Are placed on record, AlbO n list of all
district couit judgments.
Subscription Price, Sl'.OO per Month,
A. V. GEAR,
210 King St, Honolulu.
Steamers of tho nbovo Lino running in connection with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, B. O., nnd Bydnoy, N. 8. W., nnd cnlling nt Viotorio, B. O.
Honolulu nnd Buvn (Fiji),
On or nbout tho dntcs below stated, viz.:
From Byilney anil Sura, for Victoria anil
Vancouver. II. O.t
Btuir "MIOWCRA" Fobrnary 24
Stmr "WA1UUMOO" March 24
Stnir'MIOWERA" April 24
Stmr "WARIUMOO" May 24
Through TIckotH IhsuciI from Honolulu to Cunmla,
United StntoH nnd Kuropc.
FIlEiaUT AMD rASSEKOEll AOBNTS:
D. MoNicoll, Alontrcnl, Cnumln.
KoriEitT Kr.nu, Winnipeg, Cnnndn.
M. M. Sthhsj, 8nu rrnnoisco, Unl.
O. Moli. Brown, Vancouver, B. O.
Australian Mail Service,
For San Francisco:
Tho Now nnd Fino Al Steel Stenmship
Ot the Ocennio Stenmship Compnny'-will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Sydnoy nnd
Auckland on or nbout
.Feb. 4, 1897.
And will lenvo for tho nbove port with
Mails nnd Pnsseugera on or nbout thnt
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho Now nnd Fino Al Stco Stenmship
" Monowai "
Of tho Ocennio Steamship Compnny will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Snn Francisco
on or nbout
Feb. 11, 1897.
And will hnvo prompt drspntck with
AInils nud Passengers for tho abovo ports.
Tho undersigned tire now prepared
Through Tickets to All L'olnts
in tho United States.
C3T"For further pnrticulnrs regarding
Freight or Passage npply to
WM. G. IRWIN &G0., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from 8. F.
for S. F.
Feb. 2, 1897 Feb. 11, 1897
Mnrch2. 1897 March 11, 1897
From Snn Francisco
From Sydnoy for
Monowsi, Feb 11, '97 I Alameda, Feb 4, '97
Alameda, Mo 11, '97 I Mariposa, Mo 4, '97
Dr. W. L. Moore
Special attention given to diseases of the
eye and car.
9 to 12 am.
S to 4 pm.
Waiamienue Avo. near Court Ho-ase, i63-ti
DR. C. A. PETERSON
.... RKMOVED TO ....
No. 28 Emma Street,
Offlco nours: 8 to 10 n. m., 2 to 4 nnd
7 to 8 p. m. Telephone 7fi2. 407-2m
DR. BERT. P. BDRQESS,
.Physician and Surgeon
Hours: 8:30 to 10 a. m., 1:30 to
4 p. ui anil 7 to 8 p. in, . . .
l-mi'unclitio-rtl street or 148 Miller Btrect,
Honolulu, Oauu. - 400-tf
A. O. WALL, D. D. S.,
Now Love's Building, Fort Straot.
Oceanic Steamsliip CD.
From Victoria nnd VnnrniiTPr, II. 0 to
Suva niul Bjilnnyi
Stmr "WATUUMOO" February 16
Siror"MIOWKHA' March 16
Stmr "WAHHIMOO" Airil 16
Stmr "MIOWEliA" Jlny 16
t5T For Freight nud Pnssngo nnd nil
Genernl Informntton, npply to
TKt0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for thollnwuiinnlslnnds.
Wilder s Miip IVs
O.L. WIOIIT, Pres. a. B. HOSE, Boo.
Capt. J. A. KINO, PortSupt.
Will leave Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching nt
Lnhiuna, JIanlacn Hay nnd Mukena tho
sainoday; Mahnkonn, Kawnlhaonnd Lnu
nnhochoe tho following day, nrrivlng nt
Hilo the same evening.
I.XAVE8 HQMOtTJT.O. ABntVKS HONOLULU.
"Tuesday lb. 2
Friday Feb. 12
Tuesday Feb. 2.1
Fridny Mar. 5
Frhlny Jau 20
Tuisday Ftb. 9
Friday eb. 10
Tuesday... ,-Mnr. 2
lloturuing, will lenvo Hilo nt 1 o'clock
P. si., tonchiug at Laupnhoehoo, Mahu
konn and Kawnlhao sine day; Makena,
aUalnen Hay and Lahaina tho followinp
day; arriving at Honolulu tho nftemoong
vi i uvsuuy ana rrioays.
. Will call nt Pohoiki, Puna.
, ftNo Freight will bo received utter
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tnosday nt 5 p. M.t
tonching at Knhnlui, Hann, Hnmoannd
Kipahulu, Maul. Hetnrnlng arrivos at
Honolulu Sunday morulngs.
Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, on second trip
of each month.
JTJF"No Freight will bo received after
p.m. on (lay of sailing.
This Compnny will reserves tho right to
make changes iu tho time of departure and
arrival of its steamers without notico nnd
it will not bo responsible for any conse
quences misiug therefrom.
f!mi&triA.ia .iiitat l.n nl H.a T n..11.... 1
-vvu.bu..bl. U...D. uj m. .uu I.UUUIIIUI UJ
receive their Freight; this Company will
not hold itself responsible for freight after
it has beeu laudod.
Livo Stook only nt ownor's risk.
This Company will not bo responBiblo
for Money or Valuables of passengors
unless placed iu tho care of Pursers.
Pnsseugera nro requested to purchase
tiokcts before embarking. ThOhO failing to
do so will bo subject to an additional
charge of twenty-live por oent.
In Blocks to suit pur
chasers. Will deliver
after January 2, 1897.
&3F Inquire of
Tho Hawaiian Safe Deposit &
ton Fort Htrit
Situated on a CcnutifnLHlllside Overlook.
iug tho Ocean, and 1.100 feet
nbevo Sen Level.
Only 24 hour' sail from Honolulu.
Climate mild, clo.ir dry ntmosphoie, free
from fogs nnd malnria, esnecini provision
for quiet nnd rnst ns well as for amuse.
ment and outdoor life. Hates $2 per day
or $10 per wcolt. Medical nttendanco extra,
DK. H. A. LINDLEY, Prop.,
325 tf Konn, Hawaii.
Gold nnd Silvorwnro,
Crockory und Ivorywaro,
Wliito Grnf3 Olotli, Mattings,
Wioker untl Stonmor Ohnirs,
Cigura, Etc., Etc., "
WING WO TAI & CO.,
211 Knnnuu Streot, Honolulu,
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