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5,17C packages of sugar enmo to band since yesterday morning. Oceanic Steamship Comp'y. ".Tr. H THIS DAY! I' TELEPHONIC. Dimond Head, Junu 20, 0:30 a.m. Light N:E. wind. Weatlicr thick and raining in the Channel. Sell Catarina 12 miles to leeward. Arrivals. Juno 25 Stm Likclikc, from Ililo Sell Waioli, from Faauhau Sch Kaala, from Wainnao 2G Sch Malolo, from Hakalau Departures. Juno 24 Schr Manuokawai for Nawiliwili. Bktnc Malay for Victoria, B C Vessels Leaving this day. Schr Marion for Funaluu. Stm C R Bishop for Kauai Stm Lehua for Molokai and Maui Stm Kilauea Hou for Kalmlui Stm Mokolii for Koolau. Schr Pohoiki for Pohoiki Schr Kauikcaouli for Honokaa Schr Lcahi for Koholalclo Schr Mana for Paauhau Schr Gen Seigel for "Waialua Schr Waiehu for Onomea Schr Jennie Walker for Laupahoo . Passengers. For Kauai, , per stmr Jas Makee, June 23 J. C. Merrill wife and chldren, Mrs Barker, Rev A. Sim mcrson and wife, and about 80 deck. From Maui and Molokai, per stmr Lehua, Juno 23 R. Gunner, Rev Father Dameon, Wong Leon, Wong Peck, and about 25 deck. From Windward Ports, per Like like, June 25 C Spretkels, M B Horne, S L Austin -and wife, S W Wiley and wife, Mrs J Stupplcbcer, J R Mills, G Hardy, J MusdookPG Tremble, G H Luce jr, Miss S Comly, Mrs F P Hastings, Mrs C N Makee, P N Makec, W H Cummiugs, A II Smith, E Kruse, G- W Smith, Dr L E Meeker, Miss Hines, G Stratmcyer, Miss B Ihiihi. Vessels in Port Gcr hk Stella, Somraer Haw brig Ninlto, Cameron Am bk Forest Queen, Winding Am bark Edward May, Johnson Urit bk Lady Lampson, Murston Bk Anna Precht, Holler Am bk Camden, Vessels Expected. nig Nome " From Duo Bk Paradox, fm Newcastlc-on-Tync, Jy Gr bkAdolph,fmNewcastle-on-Tync Jn Haw bk Kale, fm Bremen Sept Haw bk Iolani, from Bremen, Oct Bk Josefa, fm Cardiff, Aug uk uocron, im Liverpool, Aug t Br bk Glengaber, fin Liverpool, Am tern Eva from Humboldt, June Am bk Martha Davis, from Boston Sp Brit ship British Ambassador, NC.NSW Am bk Adclia carlcton fm Nc, NSW Sp Nic bk Remljio, from Nc, NSW due Am tern Hera from Nc, NSW Am bktne Grace Robcrts.fm Nc,NSW Jn Am bktnc Discovery, S F, June Am bk W II Aliny, San Fran June Am bk EL Pettingill.Dcparturc Bay, for Kalmlui RMSS Zealandia, from Sydney, July 3 Stmr City of New Yoik from S F, July 9 Am bktne Amelia fm Pt Blakeley, Jlv Bk FS Thompson,fm Nanalmo fr ICah'ui Am schr Anua, fm Eureka, for Kalmlui Am term Emma clmi (Una fm SF fr Kalu Am &chr Ida Schnauer from Eureka, for inio Am bgtno Hazard fm S F, for Kahulul Brit stm Sue, fm S F, July 14 Am bk Emerald f m Vt Gamble, July Haw bk Uhiclago fm Nowcasclc, ' July j r P no T U N E D IN THE MOST J A N 0 s ARTISTIC MANNER BY Isidor Eosencrantz. Communications to be Left at J. W. Robertson &. co's TJOR SALE, a two-seated wagon jl witn pole anu malts, ana a double harness, nearly new, price $ 150. May be seen iti rear of No. 520 School st. IV. G. Needlmm. 72 TPOK SALE, one new Scow, J- holding 10 tons, built by i capable of G. Emmes, and now In good order. For further par tlciilurh apply to Thko. II DAViEb &. Co. Dil HONOLULU IRON ) Works Co. Steam engines, sugar mills, boilers, coolers, iron, brass and lead castings; machinery oi oery description miulu to order. Particular attention paid to ship' bhckiunitliing. Job woik executed on bhort notice. I THE A 1 4 Iron Steamer Suez, DODD, . COMMANDER Will lcavo Honolulu FOR SAN FRANCISCO on July 22nd, For freight or passage, having superior accomodations, apply to 124 Wm. Q. Irwin & Co., Agents FOR SAN FRANCISCO The clipper bark Forest Queen, Winding, - - - - master, Will have quick dispatch for the above port. For freight or passage apply to Thko. II. Daviks & Co., Agents. FOR SAN FRANCISCO. The cPP" Baric Lady Lampson, Marston, Master. Will have quick dispatch for the above port. For freight or passage apply to C. Brewer & Co., Agents. T. R. FOSTER & Co.'s Line of Steamers The Iwalani, Baths, ---- Commander Runs regularly to Kona and Kau, as per following Timo Table: Leaves Honolulu at 4 p.m. on Monday, May Thursda, May Monday, May Thurday, Juno 1 Monday, June 12 Thursday,-June 22 Akeiyes at Honolulu: Tuesday, May 9 Friday, May 10 Tuesday, May 30 Friday, Tuesday, Friday, June June Juno The O. R. Bishop, Berry, ----- Commander Leaves Honolulu kvbky Monday, at 5 p.m., for Nawiliwili, Koloa, Eleele, and Waimca, Kauai. Retukning leaves Nawiliwili every Friday evening. The James Makee, McDonald, .... Commander Leaves Honolulu every Thursday, at 5 p.m., for Kapaa and Kilauea, Kauai. Retuiwing Leaves Kapaa every Tuesday ovening. ' 75 Steamer Likelike, King, - Master. Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at 4 p.m., touching at Lahnina, Man laea Bay, Makenn, Mahukona, K awaihae, Laupahoehoe and Hilo. Returning, will toil oh at all the alove ports, arriving at Honolulu each Sunday a.m. 1 PACIFIC MAIL Steam ship Company. FOR SAN FRANCISCO, The spleudid steamsklD Zealandia, 'Webber, Commander, Will leave Honolulu for San Francisco on or about July 3. FOR SYDNEY via AUCKLAND The splendid steamship City of New York, Cobb, commander, , On or about July 9th, For freight and ) assage apply to II. Hackfeld & Co., Agentu. L i- i r ? ? T?OR SALE, a stylish Carriage Horse, JL tirives double or Mngie, periectly sound : also Harness und Top Buggy. 6'J Apply to (J. O. UEKOl'.K. GREAT Bargain For Sale The premises lately occupied by G. C. Beckloy, on Lifiha street; also the adjoining property with dwcl ing hoube on same. Those places are favorably situated and but a short distanco from town. For fur ther particulars apply to George C. Beckley. 78 Shirts and Hosiery, Fancy and Blue Flannel Shirts, Wliito Shirts in great variety, Imported oxpresjsly for thh market. 78 lw A. S. Cleghorn & Co. THE Hawaiian Journal, " Ko Ha waii Pak Ai.va," owned and odited by Kawainui Bios.; has a weekly udition of Jl,20l) copies, and is the best advertising medium. Of fice, No. (3 Merchant st. 1 w h CD CD $5 K V3" ' H (TlfH 0 GRAND OPENING -GFr PARISIAN HATS, MILLINERY FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS -AT- GHAS. J. 124 DILLING-HAM & CO. Importers and Dealers In Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods, Points, Oils, Yarnishos, &c. Have made large additions to their stock of goods To which they Invito the attontlon of buyers. Simple and oheap devices for holding Tubular Lanterns underneath the body of a carnage, for the purpose of lUmnlaating the roadway. The "Warner" Tubular Lantern Holder. mmvi AH stylos of Tubular Lanterns. New styles of Plows, Harrows, Cultivators, fec, &o. A full lino of Tlnwaro, tnd many No cities, neivRo this market, too numeronso mention. Call and examine ur atdek. DILLINGHAM & CO., Fort Street. 125 PHIL STEIN, Carriage Maker, Nos. 28 and 30 Fort streot, (abovo Hotel.) New Carriages of all kinds on hand aiid built to order. Repairing, Painting and Trimming 75 promptly executed. PILSENER BEER! Just Received per Bark Edward May, A small lot of tho celebrated PILSENER BEERi Whico wo offer, in quantities, to suil purchasers. Also Wines and Liquors! IN Warranted good Qualities. 120 aw Ed. Hoffsohlaeger & Co. THE OLD CORNER Establishes, 18S3. Hart Bkos., : : Proprietors. MEALS Served up In llrst-class style at all hoars Open from 2 u, m. to 10 p. nv Ahvays on hand Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes &c., &c, Also, Iced Triiil! Pencil Holders. Something New, 15 wuth ich, for sale by J. W. Robertson & Co. J V FISHEL'S POPULAR STORE. Tn" Coulter.'. H. HACKFELD & CO. Have just received Ex " Forest Queen," 25 bblo G. G. E. F. Flour, 100 bids Limo, 50 cases niodium bread, 10 coses coeoanut taffy, 25 eases canned corn, 10 bbjs coeoanut oil, 1200 keg sliooks, 20 cases light twist tobacco, 10 cases dark P. P. tobacco, 6 cases sewing machines, '; 20 casos boots, 5 oases American prints, 50 cases blue mottled soap, 20 cases wash blue, 50 aasea sardines, , 50 caseolii! oil, . &c, &c, &c. , i For sale by II. HACKFELD &.Co. Juiim 12. . 113 1MM SA1II, , AJlpi 10 lU'J a M U Li: O.vItT. t li. H.icKfold & Co.