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I, WATERFRONT ITEMS shipping intelligence. do you use
p IB Thumday. July 82. " 51 BlIlaflllSVHKffl
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B& IIHlUljiil kM la-OaMHrins IMrt- on Kaosl.
Df! -, JHP flV othtr Itami. Btmr Mlkaha'a, Thompson, from Wlme,
Hgr , yBlbo S, K,nK If " whjr ot hTa BE8T?
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HmmM. t.MmWi. m The bark Iolaui loft for Hone . .... UTTr!
mnm$ 'immb .rm konK this afternoon. ' w.dmdat.u. Airri
kBS . I MirrwBMMBT SAmWT IttWH a lltA alAamAM UTn.alnnln luff frtr
Bb , ' IHtr .(Will. I Hanaloi wav norts this afternoon.
m HI MP I The bark Hespor sailed in bal- Ba , Vb0 otcrendorp, for
HrF 1 IB IaII" II .Al im( ror ron xowDioaa iou morn- 8tmrWllele. Gregory, for Kllue, K- LU II U
mmmatt in i ojmr ini- zmm. ino.
H, jH 1 JeA fi llaaaH uo collier Colorado loaves for
H " aB VrA V 'laaH Eoyftl Koads about Saturday
It IH' 4tW itH
Mw'v 1 i II IP fN l The steamer Maun a Loa from
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OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO;
The under8iBued will sell Through Tickets from HONOLULU
to NEW YORK and INTERMEDIATE TOINTS at specially
reduced rates per " AUSTRALIA " leaving this port JULY 28TH
ONLY, and arriving at San Francisco August 4th. THESE
THROUGH TICKETS GOOD ONLY TO LEAVE SAN FRAN
CISCO FOR EASTERN POINTS ON AUGUST 5TH AND
BG7 For further information
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO.,
General Agents Oceanic Steamship Co.
sMF. , Box 48-
8. W. LEDERER,
tm Sold Cheap for Cash -8
Highest Cash Pvico paid for Second-hand Furniture
at the I X L, corner Kinjj nnd Nuuauu streets
E . ApPTlrit .Toffnocn R- Pn..
-, 'Kin;; Street, mat Ala!.tu.
"Wlll OiteU Uli SATURDAY.
OfJi.ly 'M, innler the muungtiueut of
P BYUM.Y BiCil).
Ltrucio ulul Cuulcrt Dlninir
j . Boiu In ili- city. 0(.t'U ovunlngn.
tiFAMILY LUNCH 1101)11,
H Womati'H Ksthnne Old Stand,1
pirst Glass JVIeals, - -'25c.
New Cools and Now Wititots,
Now Furnituro nnd iJishes.
A. W. SEABURY,
Rooms To Lot.
Hullnlilo for iuo miiiiII funillltiw, In
diiuiuIh liiillilliiL'i (mill iititlullv ur-
IiiImIr'iI If itititi"i. Iniiiilni of
It 1UU Miller ulruut.
as to rates, etc., apply to
Corner King and Nun
Most anything will po dawn
our throntH, pxcopting tho story
about the exclusive lmttor's
h'vo-dollar lint being better
than ours at two fifty,
because his nniuo is inside.
If we could put old heads on young
shoulders, there'd be but one store
in town selling clothes for littlo
fellows. It takes an old head to
know what's best in clothes.
Today's olToriugs are a study
9 Hotel Street
: faverlcy Block
ARPiitB for Dr. Dt-imel's Linen-Mesh
Underweur. Send for Catalogue.
vWe Make Shirts to Order.
Cortur King mill Aln!ra8trtutH,
Honolulu, II. I,
Mrs. A, Schuiedcu Proprietress,
(toouiH Ciirfiillu mid KIiikIii, wlih
lloiird, from H Wl ir week, iir-mirdlng
to riiiilirint)iitH rf tint uiii'hIh,
Tliu only Jtmif IVoiiiciihiIh f)nrduii
Tulfjilioiiu 0.11, t I 1 Muufri
Tho steamer Eilauea Hou goes
to Hononiu and way landings to
Tomorrow, high tide largo 0:24
pmjhightide small 9:45 pm; low
tide large 3:25 a m; low tida small
7:15 p m.
The steamer Mikahala came in
this morning with 5129 bags of
sugar for Sohaefer & Go, Irwin &
Co and Hackfeld & Go, from lee
ward Kauai plantatiou.
The Oceanic liner Alameda got
away about ten o'clock this mom
ing with a good sized passenger
list for the coast. The Alameda
broke the record between Auck
land and this port on her trip up
but hardly expects to do it from
here to the Golden Gate.
The steamer James Makee ar
rives this morning with a load of
sugar whLh with one moro load
will clean up Kealia's output for
this season. 9133 tons is the total
amount of sugar made at this
plantation this year. Tho Makoe
leaves thence this aftornoon.
The Seattle Post Intelligencer
reports that on the ways at
Charles Hennegar's shipyard at
Ballard, Wash., tho frame work of
a twin propeller freight boat is
about finished. Tho new boat is
for Captain John Collins, of La
Connor, und will bo ready for
commission by September. The
dimensions are: Length, 100 ft:
beam, 24 ft; hold, 7 ft It will
cost when completed about $5000.
It is not yet decided whether the
machinery will be wholly or part
ly new, but it will be first-class,
and will be made in Seattle. All
the machinery will be placed in
position while the boat is on the
stocks at Ballard. Captain Col
lins intends to use the boat for
freighting on the Sound.
From Kapaa, per strar James
Malfoe, July 22 Mrs H P Hugus,
and G deck.
From Kauni, per strar Mika
hala, July 20 Captain Bruhu,
Mrs Hendrickson aud 13 deck.
P SSENQEnS DEPARTED.
For San Francisco, per S S
Alameda, July 22 Miss Gold
shiith.CD Chase, H A Baldwin
and wife, W E Brown and wife,
F Loehn, Miss F Mauson, Prof
Wasson, Miss M M Alexander, O
St J Gilbert, Miss A O'Brien,
Miss C L Collins, Captain Soule
and wife, Wm EnRsio, E H Caut,
J A Johiibon, G Scliuman, Its
E Lindemann, Master Seidell,
Mis Amtell, R A Cooke, G F
(Jookp, Wm Jjorentzeti, I (J
Smith, Mies G Dinkey, D L Eie;or,
M N Sanders, W H Puiu, 0 M V
Forster, Mrs S B Sharpp, J Giace,
F L Wnldron, Ellis Mills and
wife, H Kellner, G Copeland, G
W Ueed, F F Fernandez and wife,
L Lederer, P H Foster, wife and
two childrou, Mrs E Pattuu and
child, J Grady, B Vierra, wife
aud child, M Sonther,"J Martin"
Mechanics' Home, oorniir Hotel
and Niiuunu streets, lodging by
day, week or month. Tortus: 26
and 50 contn per night. $ 1, and
81 25 uer wonk.
If you aro interested in tho sub
joct of enlarged portraits, it would
bo worth your while to see the
samples nt King Ijuih. at prions
ranging from !?5 00 to S1000
f ruinus and nil. They can't bo boat.
SingorB lead tho world. Over
13,00U,000 iuiuIo and sold. High
est awards at tho "World's Colum
bian. Exposition for excellence of
construction, regularity of motion,
eiihO of motion, givar speed, ud
jushbilily, durability, caoo of
learning ami convoutouno ot ar
raugoiiiout, 13. l'orgurfvcu, nout,
1U uotliol HtrooU.
inijjiriiiiliiiiirii i mr Fraii iiffpJfHtfilttffrf11'
Wednesday, Jul; 21.
Stmr Kcn, Parker, for Oahn porta.
Thurbdat. July 22.
0 8 8 Alameda, Van Otcrendorp, for
StmrWaUlealc, Gregory, for'Kllauea, Ka
llulwal and Uanalcl.
Stmr James Makcc, Tullctt, for Kapaa.
Am bk llespcr, 8odcrt;rcn, for Port Town
send, Stmr J A Cummins, Scarlc, for Oahu
VESSELS LEAVING) TOMORROW.
Stmr KHauca ltou. Wctr. for Olowalu.
I.nupnhoclioe, llnunhlim, lUkaluu, Ilonomu, I
I'ouaKUinauu, rtpttKC i. ui p in.
Ex stmr Jomes Mal.cc IS"8 bags (M 8 Co)
suicar. and 886 bir (A S) suear lor Brewer A
Co, 100 Iks rice for J T Waterhousa.
VFSRI.I.i IN PORT.
U 8 S Marlon. Book, San DIcro, March 19.
UBS Philadelphia, Cotton, an Dlcgo, April
n 1 J M 8 Nanlwa Kan, Kurooka, Japan,
n B M S Penguin, Field, Fiji.
(CoastcrB not Included In this list.)
Am schr Louis, Hatch, Newcastle.
Am bk Albert, (Irlllltbs 8 F.
Am bk Ctias 11 Kenny, Andirson, Mew
castle. Am bk I'nlinjra, Keller, Port (laiublv
lliiw Dk uiHiuumi in nil, word, I'orl Jlinkciy.
Am bk Colorado. Molmc, Nccatlc.
Iluw bk Iiilani, McUlurc, New York.
Am bktn C 0 Punk, t halluMun Newcastle.
Am h1p Mary L Cushlu, PnullUon, Hong
Am bk Matilda, McKcnrlc, Port Blakcly.
Am eblp Kpnnokc, Hamilton, Yokohama.
Am bktn Irmisard, Schmidt, 8 F
Br shin Bruihllda. Baxter. I.hurnuol.
Ara brlgt W O Irwin, Williams, Han Fran-
Miss simr MoruluK Star, Dray, San Fran
cisco. OSS Australia, tloudlette, San Francisco.
FOltKION VPBBKI.8 EXPECTED.
Vessels Wherotrom Due
Am bk Ceylon Seattle July
Am Uktn bctio....runu oonnd July
Am fclir Emhtr D'lhne ,.Eunka..,.July
Am bktuKUMtal Pi Uamble ...July
Am sihr LouUIana,...Pui;ct Sound. .July
Am Kclir Kobtrt Starlis Pui;et Sound July
Am bk Annie Jotjinon(llllo).. 8 F...July
Am bktn 8 O Wilder i F laly
Am schr Aloha SF July
Ara bktn W HDlniond ....SF July
Haw bk R P Rlttie' 8 IT July
Haw bk ALdrcw Welch ....8 F July
Am bk Fresno ... Pugrt Sound ....Auk
Am bktn Jane Lt)Uifrd. Newcastle. Auk
Br bk Woolvhra... .Newcastle Aug
Am schr Aloha 8 F Am;
YOUNO In Ulasicow, Scotland, on June SO,
Ib'JT. Robert Youiik. brother of Alexan
der Youni; of this city, at tmiaeeofCS.
MOORE -ULLIVAN At the Christian
church, Honolulu, by tho Rev J M Mon
roe, on Jul) '-ill. Mr Charles E Moore and
Miss Mary Sullivan.
At Iba Hotel.
The Government band will give
a concert this evening at the Ha
waiian hotel with the following
March Iron King St Clair
Oscrln re lulirl Flotow
Selection IITrnOata Verdi
Hawaiian sulu by D Moe
Coma Tolo d.l'.t.r V-'llu SUIuhauscr
Mr. Clmrks Kruitcr.
InteniHzo Caallerli Rustlcuna..Mascac;nl
Mauli- tiPntiis on Paruilo (new) ....Mills
Miuity Piim1.- AIra Kappej
Phaetons and Buggies
It you arc in need of a vohiole
of any description, inspect tho
stock of G Scliuman at tho Club
Slubleu. He keeps on hand a full
line of phaetons, surreys, buggies,
road wagons, and Frazier road
BY POLICi: A.T CALLAO.
Inquiry hero confirms the s4ory com
itifr from Limn to tho effect that the
State a Department hns lodged a de
muud with the Uultcd SUtes charge
of li-R-ntton nt Lima for the relonao of
the mute of the Anieilcan baric "Unele
Juhn.' Ho vts ntliore on Decemhcr
10 lut nt Calliio, und was arreHted be
ciuirc of hid conRtnnt detnnnd for "Rnl
nltr lli'er." On t-aji or In bottles at the
Cityt OjjrriiiKO Co.. J, S, And.
uiilo iiiHnii;i), If yuu mint a
hnoU v. Itli food horso and cro
f nl thlvor ring up Tulopliono 118,
wt'Tner 'of Fmt and Merclmnt
Uroutu Ilitok ut ull hours,
ifin A -r--'"1 .ifc...tj&ttti -aj-..
HAS NO SUPERIOR.
Should your requirements uull
for a first-class, but less expensive
wlue, we have a full supply of
tB" Every bottle of any of above
brands Is guaranteed In perfect order
at time of delivery.
W. C. PEACOCK & GO.
Holders of water prlviltges, or tboae
paying water rates, ar hereby uotl
fled that the hour for Irrigation pur
poses are from 6 to 8 o'clock a.'m aud
from 4 to 6 o'clock p. M.
II. Holder of water privileges on
the slopes of Punchbowl above Qrt-eu
street, aud lu Nuuauu Valley nbove
Sobool street, are hereby notiuYd that
they will not be restricted to the irri
gation hours of 0 to 8 h. m. and 4 to 8
p. m., but will be allowed to Irrigate
whenever sufficient water Is available,
provided that they do not u-o the wa
ter for Irrigation purpose for more
than four hour In every twenty-four.
Supt. Honolulu Wuter Wo ilea.
Approved: J. A. Kino, Minister of
Honolulu, H. I., June 17, 1807.
i fi77-tf "
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
FINEST EQUIPPED CARRIAGES
in the City, with Competent and Cnro
Gentle Saddle Horses for Ladles and Qenllemen
'aIwbji on hand,
Stand at 'the Pantheon Stables,
Corner ot Fort mid JTotcl Streeto
Toli.I'iionk: lluw'n Hotel Htitbloa IV2.
Piinlheon Htnbles .14.
HubRorlbo for the Kybwno Jjrjlr
lktim 76 oouts por month.
MANUFACTURED BY THE
These, through good service
and 'effective work on SUGAR
and RICE PLA NTATIONS,
nnd elsewhere, have mode for
themselves a good reputation.
Reports from our customors
show perfect satisfaction given
in scouring, light draft and in
Wa now prosent to the pub
lic a full line, as follows:
Sizes: 5 to 10 Inches.
Mado for light cultivation
and all ordinary use and by a
systematic system of bracing
these plows aro both light and
Sizes: C, 8 and 10 Inches. For
Sizes: 12 and 14 Inches. For
brenking and heavy plowing.
tzr-stf jiaacu iu -MJWytA '-ri
Theo. C. Porter and E. D. Tenney,
Executors of the will of M Goldberg,
deceased, having (lied their fluul ac
count lu the Probate Court and re
ceived their dlxuhurge, have assigned
all the uccouuto, notes, am-ntauces
aud property of the mild M, Goldberg,
deceased, to Mrs, Ida Lundsberg, of
Cleveland, Ohio, sole devisee under
the will of the bitld M. Ouldberg. tie
ceased, and tho said Ida Lundsberir
has given the undersigned a full
power o( attorney to oolleot all dobts
due said esUte, therefore payment Is
hereby .iluiiijjLiiilud from all oihoiih
owing said i flute,
ISy her Atiornev ln-luid.
:; DAVID DAVTON,
"BOOJ Msrulmulnlii'tit.. b.
July IS, 1807. 047-tt
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