Till? HAWAIIAN STAR, DHCKMBBR
S. S, KIN AU,
leave Honolulu at 10 o'clock a. in.,
touching at Lnlinin:i, Miiulauii Day ami
fttakena tlio same day; Mahukona, Ka
wlhne nml Latipnhoohoe the follow
lr day, arriving in llllo the same
T- LEAVE HONOLULU.
Friday Aug. SOiTucsday Nov. 2
Tuesday... Aug. ill Friday. . . .Nov. 12
Tuesday.... Nov. 23
Tuesday Sep. 21
Friday Uet. 1
Tuesday... Oct. 12
Friday Out. 22
l- iiuay Dec. u
"Tuesday. . .Dec. 14
Thursday... Die. 2i)
Will call at Poholki, Tuna, on trips
Returning, will leave llllo at
t o'clock a. m., touching at Laupa
koehoe, Mahukona and Kawaihac
tune day; Makena, Maalaca Bay and
Lahalna the following day, arriving
t Honolulu the alternoous of Tucs
tays and Fridays.
Friday. . .
.Aug. 27 Tuesday Nov. 0
. . .Sep. 7, Friday Nov. lil
..Sep. 17 'Tuesday.... Nov. SO
. .Sen. aairriuny Dec. iv
. . .Oct. S Tuesday .
..Oct. 10 rnday...
'"t Friday Oct. 20!
' .Will call at Pohoiki, Puna, on the
' econd trip of each niontu, arriving
there on the morning of the day of
sailing from Hilo to Honolulu.
The popular route to the volcano is
fia Hilo. A good carriage road the
Bound trip tickets, covering all ex
v S. S. HELENE,
Will leave Honolulu Tuesdays, at 6
o'clock p. m., touching at Kahulul,
Hana, Hamoa and Kipahulu, Maul.
Returning, arrives at Honolulu Sun
Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, once each
No freight will be received after 4
p. m. on day of sailing.
This company reserves the right to
Hiake changes In the time of de
parture and arrival of its steamers
WITHOUT NOTICE, and it will not
be responsible for any consequences
Consignees must be at the landings
to receive their freight. This com
pany will not hold itself responsible
lor freight after it has been landed.
Live stock received only at owner's
This company will not be respon
sible for money or valuables of pas
sengers unless placed in the care of
Passengers are requested to pur
chase tickets before embarking. Those
failing to do so will be subject to an
additional charge of twenty-five per
C. L. WIGHT, President.
S. B. ROSE, Secretary.
CAPT. J. A. KING, Port Supt.
JAS. R MORGAN.
No. 45 Queen Street,
Auctioneer and Stock Broker
Special attention given to the
Real Estate' Stocks, Bonds.
f . G. ISfIN & ,C0., Lti.
Wm. G. Irwin - President and Manager
Claus Sprockets, - - - Vice President
V. M. Giffard, Secretary and Treasurer
Theo. C. Porter. Auditor
AOENTS OF TnE
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OF SAN FRANCISCO. UAL.
Oceanic Steamship Company.
The Fine Passenger Steamers of
Port as hereunder. '
AUSTRALIA DEC. 7
MARIPOSA, DEC. 16
AUSTRALIA ; JAN. 4
MO ANA JAN. 13
AUSTRALIA FEB. 1
In connection with the sailing of the abovo steamers, the Agents are pre
pared to issue, to intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any railroad
from 8an Francieco to all pUnts in the United States, and from New York by
any steamship line to all European ports.
For further particulars apply
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.,
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
Pacific Mail Steamsbip Company
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co,,
For Yokolintnn, Hongkong Kobe,
Nagasaki, and Shanghai.
Steamers of tho abovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the
iibjvu ports on or about the tollowitig
Coptic , November 25
Itlo do Janeiro December 4
City of Peking December 25
Doric, January 4
Belgio January 22
Peru February 1
City of Rio de Janeiro,.. February 19
Gaelic March 1
Doric March 10
China March 30
Peru April 1!)
Coptic April 2S
Gaelic May 17
City of Peking May 20
China June 15
Belgic June 25
For SAN FRANCISCO:
Steamers of the above Companies
will cal lat Honolulu on their way
from Hongkong and Yokohama to the
above port on or about the following
Gaelic November 10
Doric December 10
China December 10
Coptic January IS
Gaelic February 0
City-of Peking February 15
China March G
Belgic . March 15
Coptic April 2
City of Rio de Janeiro April 12
City of Peking April 30
Doric May 10
Belgio May 31
Peru June 10
City of'Rio de Janeiro June 28
Gaelic July 8
Rates of Passago are as
HAMA. Cabin $150.00
Cnbin, round trip, 4
Cabin, round trip, 12
European Steerage 85.00
"Passengers paying full fare will bo
allowed 10 per cent, off return fare if
returning within twelve months
t5F"For Freight and Passage apply to
H. Hackfeld & Go.,
W. G..IRIIN &C0
Western Sugar Refining Co. of
San Francisco, Cal,
Baldwin Locomotive Works of
Philadelphia, Penn., U.S.A.
Newel) Universal MillJCo.,
'(National Cane Shredder)
New York, U.S.A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s
Alex. Cross & Son's High Grade
Fertilizers for Cane and Coffee,
Reeds Steam Pipe Cars.
Also Offer for Sale
Paraflne Paint Co.'s
P. & B. Paints and Papers,
Lucol and Linseed OilB '
Raw and Boiled,
Indurine (a cold water paint) in
-White and Colors,
Filter Press Cloths, Cement,
Limes and Bricks,
This Line will Arrive at and Leave This
MOANA DEC. 9
AUSTRALIA, DEC. 15
ALAMEDA JAN. C
AUSTRALIA JAN. 12
MARIPOSA FEB. 3
S i. that wli it Im dill' tloiiulil to ilio
palate, whethur food or incdli Inc. u
Of !!" litilo b'l t'llt to tin- system.
Till'. prt);ili y, ntvoiiii's, nt loa 'ft
some dt'trr i. fur the fulliiiocl' cod
liver oil to lie of hm la m many cum.
Hitherto Its ttaitHf ,tw, tlliustinfr
tt- has hi't'ii fun .si )Mip.inii In
Hupcr.tiilc objection. This olntaclo
is now wholly overcome in
which contains the llo h-lniildlitgauil
medicinal power of thu oil. extracted
by in' from Fresh Cod Livers. The
tttstmmd even the xmcllarc thoroughly
l minimi. In addition to tho recon
strutted oil, tho prep .ration has tho
rare puratlvo virtues of tho Syrup of
Ilypophosphitos, Extracts of Malt
and W1W Cherry Hat k, Taken b.'foro
meals It aids digestion, enriches tho
blood, repairs waste, renews strength
ami vigor and prevents and cures
Rheumatism, Bowel Complaint, Gen
eral Debility, Lung troubles, and all
diseases duo to Impurity of tho blood.
Palatable as honey. Sold by chemists.
llKAl.TII DEPARTMENT, lll'FFALO, N. Y.
TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN' :
I take itivnt pleasure In savlnfr a few
wrd9 rcCTnlliiK tlie merits of Wam folk's
VnnrAiUTio.N. Krom a lonu experience tn
the usnot Coil Liver Oil, 1 have im Hesitation
hi saying that I regard this ns tho rt pro
mraMoH of Coil Mver Oil on tho market. It
Is pleasant to the taste, ran lp tolerated by
Hio most ilelleato stomach nndlapiwluctlvo
of tho most marvelous results In nil cases
where It Is Indicated,
It can lio given to persons who have a
strong antipathy to otli of all kinds, with
out their knowing what thev nro taking. I
predict for this article a Held of usefulness
and an extensive demand.
EfiWAKD Clark, 3I.U., City Hall Physician.
alter to fit.
Thcro's money in
suspenders if they're
tho right kind.
Have a pair for each
pair of your pants,
nnd you'd savo money.
9 Hotel Street, - Waverlcy Block
Agents for Dr. Deimel's Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
SHIRTS HADE TO ORDER.
FOUNDED - ' " X'.
The Largest" and Oldest Purely
Fire Insurance Company in the
Capital, . . . $12,000,000
Surplus. . . . 8,000,000
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Furniture Deal er
King Street, Honolulu, Near Alakea.
NEAT AND HANDSOME MADE TO
Repairing, Ilenovnting, Etc.
SING WO & GO.
Nuuanu Street, between
and a large assortment of
Specialty Malting at very Low
SODA WATER WOUKS
(Esplanade, corns- Allen and Fort itreets.
, HOLLISTER A CO.. Agents.
IIAII.UOlTA AND AISTKAUA
Form or Hero for Her lleglstry New
Steamer .Maul lianuehed The Latest
Shipping News flosslp.
Tho .Manna Loa's sugar is for Irwin
& Co., and will go Into the Australia.
The Hr.viint has moved down to thu
llrewer wharf. She still lacks Jialf a
The liarkenllne .lohn Smith sailed
from Newcastle on the 2(ltli tilt., for
The Lehua sails this afternoon with
a cargo of piling and timber for the.
new Hilo wharf.
The S. P. Moana sailed from Auck
land on the 27th ult. Eighty passen
gers are booked for her from this
The schooner .T. M. Coleman, 441
tons, has been chartered at San Fran
cisco by .1. 1). Sprockets & Co., to go
to Hilo In ballast to take sugar to
Nine, sailing vessels are due, some
of them from the Atlantic seaboard,
some from California and some from
tlie sound, and two from Europe. Tf
they should arrive In a bunch, tho
harbor would be very much crowded.
Tlie Mauna Loa arrived in before
breakfast this morning, bringing the
l'resident and his party home. Sim
had pleasant weather all the way. Tho
freight, shipment, by the Manna Loa
was 5SfiO bags of sugar, S00 bags of
coffee, 1H3 bags awa, 30 hides, 2.1 heart
of cattle and 125 packages of sun
Quito a Record was made by the
German bark J. C. l'iluger, which ar
rived at Astoria, November .1th, from
Honolulu says the San Francisco Com
mercial News. She made Iho trip in
IS days, which the captain said -would
have been reduced to thirteen days
had he been able to see the sun every
day for observations.
Tlie S. S. Australia arrived alongside
the dock nt 7:30 this morning, after
a fine trip of fi days and 17 hours.
Slimmer weather was experienced nil
tlie way, witli moderate northwest
and westerly winds until the :trd, and
thence to port light southeast to south
erly winds, fhe brought 'a fair ear
go, 8.'t passengers and thirty bags of
mail. Chief Steward Seeley is the
biggest man aboard on account of that
Sixty days ago the keel of the Tnter
Island steamer Maui, built to the or
der of tlie Wilder Steamship Company
of Honolulu, was stretched at the big
Union Iron Works, and promptly at
12:4,"i p. in, Saturday, the vessei was
launched, says tho San Francisco
Commercial News ' of tho 20th Inst.
Thirty minutes later she was along
the wharf nnd one of her big boilers
landed in her hold. The. vessel is 100
feet in length. .10 feet beam and 14.10
feet depth of hold, with n register if
I 000 tons. She has been built of steel.
limy up to the rules of IJurenu Veritas
under the special survey of Captain T.
E. Thayer, Inspector. No one visiting
.ino union iron uorus will endeavor
1 to croak about dull times: Tlie worKs
I are crowded with orders.
The Pacific Mail steamship liaracou-
to, Captain Irwin, arrived from Nnn-
anno tins morning, after a hard trip
of 12 days. She experienced a succes
sion of southwest, to easterly gales
for nine days, with very high cross
seas, that washed over the decks and
threatened at times to swamp tlie ves
sel. There were time's, Captain Ir
win says, when he never expected to
see port. The llaracouta brings 101)0
tons of coal, which she will discharge
at the coal wharf. The llaracouta is
now sailing under a provisional Ha
waiian registry, but will have a per
manent registry when she lenves, as
tne necessary arrangements were all
made by Colonel Mncfarlane before he.
ien nere. Aftjer discharging her coal
the Haraeouta will sail for Panama.
calling at. several ports on the Central
American coast. The Tlaracouta un
derwent extensive repairs in San
Francisco, on her way up the coast1.
Tuesday, December 7.
, S. S. Australia, Haudlette, C days 17
hours from San Francisco.
1. 3L S. S. iWaeouto, Irwin, 12
days 4 hours from Nanaimo.
Stmr. -Mauna Loa, Simerson, from
Hawaii and Maui ports.
Tuesday, December 7.
Stmr. W. G. Hall, Hnglund, for Na
wiljwili (passengers only), Koloa,
Eleele, Hanapepe, Makaweli, Waimen
and Kkaha, at 5 p. ni.
Stmr. Claudine, Cameron, for Ln
liaina, iKnhalui, Keanae, Hana, Hnm
oa and Kipahulu, at 5 p. m.
Rktn. S. N. Castle, Hubbard, for
San Francisco, at 12 m.
Stmr. Lehua, Andrews, for Hono
hinn, Hakalau, Honomu, PoViuma
lui, Pepeekeo and Panuhau, at 1 p. m.
Stmr. Kuala, Mosher, for Pfiauhau
and Kahiiku, at 3 p, ni.
Per stmr. Mauna Loa, from Hnwoii
and Maui ports President Dole and
wife, Mrs. E. P. Low, two children and
servant, Mr. J. 11. Hopkins and wife,
Miss Juliette Smith, Rev. O. II. Gu
lick and wife, It. W. Itainbridge Hell.
H. Griffith. J. Camnrn, Sam Monsarrat,
George MeDougall, H. T. Hayselden,
A. Cockburn, A. V. Callaghan, Marshal
"A. M. Drown, David Kaapa, Rev. II.
Kiliaia, Miss E. Mnssman, Chnrles E.
Eagan, C. Kaiser. P. Joy, Fow Kee, J.
W. Waiau, E. Vail and 78 deck.
After hearing some friends contin
ually praising Chnmherlnin's Colic,
Cholera and' Diarrhoea Remedy, Cur
tis Fleck, of Anaheim, California,
purchased a bottle of it for his own
use and is now as enthusiastic over
its wonderful work as anyone can be.
For sale by all druggists and dealers.;
Benson, Smith & Co., wholesale ag
ents for the Hawaiian Islands.
If you. are a smoker
try the FAVORITE
For sale at every Retail Store, or at
Exclusive Ageuts for the Hawaiian Islands.'
Fresh from the Orient.
A DAZZLING DISPLAY OF
Fine Art Screens, Portierres, Silks, and 'Silk Goods,
Porcelain Ware, Lacquer Ware, '
Dolls, " Toys, Novelties, Curios,
Handsome Kimonos, Pajamas, Rugs, 'etc.
ALL, KINDS OF SHIRTS.
And Everything Your Heart Could Desire.
Don't buy until you have seen our stock. The goods and
prices will suit you.
3KLXJRLXX & CO.,
Hotel Street, corner of Nuuanu Street.
Branch Hat Store on Nuuanu Street.
Telephone 938. P. O. Box 20G.
Dry Goods and Provisions for
Plantations at Low Prices.
"SO. 9 HOTEL STREET, HONOLULU.
Tel. 574. P. O. Box 255.
No. 34 BEItETANIA STREET.
Tele. 5C2. P. O. Box 229.
538 Fort Street, Opposite Catholic
Ladies'- and Children's Dresses and
Underwear Made to Order. Satisfac
tion Guaranteed, both in fit and style.
Beautiful Silk Goods,
AS WELL AS
Japanese Fancy Goods,
Famous Yunioto Wooden Ware,
ffaverlei Dloct, Hotel St.
THE BEST OF ANY LONG CUT
EVER IMPORTED HERE.
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS,
, FANCY GOODS, ni
Yamaloya Silk and Cotton
Shirts, Shawls, Neakties,
Ladies' and Gent's
Sashes, Blankets, etc.
ASADA & CO.
Wholesale Provision Dealers.
ROBINSON BLOCK. HOTEL ST.
C. AKIMA, TAILOR.
The reputation of my Tailor shop is
well known. A large assortment of
Cloth constantly on hand. Prices low.
Dyeing,- Cleaning and Repairing
NUUANU STREET, NEAR HOTEL.
For want of room
we have secured the
store formerly occu
ed by Ehlers & Co.,
on Bethel street, and
invite your inspec
tion of our large im
ports of Fancy Goods
Hotel St. ' Robinson Block
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