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In aceoulunco with .Section 1, of
Chapter XXVI, of the Laws of 18S0:
All persons holding water privi
leges, or thoe paying water sates,
are heiohy notilTed that the water
rates for the term, ending December
31, 1888, will be due and payable at
the office of the Honolulu Water
Works on the 1st of July, 1888.
All such rates loninining unpaid
Jor fifteen days, after they are due,
will bo subject to an additional 10
Parties paying latcs will pleaso
present their last'rccoipt.
Hates aro payable at the ollice of
the Water Workb, in the Kapuaiwa
The statute allowing no discretion,
strict enforcement of this clause will
C1IAS. B. WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Water AVorks.
Honolulu, II. I., Juno 15, 1888.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on tho
Bnulc oi CtiUl'oriiiii, . IT".
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Mcssts. N. M. Rothschild & Boa, London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co.. of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurcli, and "Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking iliomesF.
LLGISLATURE OF 1888. The Daily
and Weekly Bulletin" contains the
on'y correct and reliable reports of tho
proceedings of the present Legislature.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, JUNE 1C, 1888.
DISCOURAGEMENT TO PUBLIC
To persons accustomed to and
fond of public amusements Hono
lulu is an extremely dull place, pub
lic amusements being so few and
rare here. Sometimes we have
nothing under this head for months
on a stretch, excepting Berger's
band concerts. These arc good,
certainly, very good, and without
them we should be forlorn. But one
kind of food all the time, no matter
how nice it may be, is not satisfying.
One would suppose that the natural
effect of the usual dearth would be
to make people more eager to avail
themselves of opportunities of amuse
ment when they occur, and also to
render them less critical of the
quality. Perhaps such is the case
with the majority of the community.
This one effect is certainly produced,
that any amusement v,liick is any
way suited to the public taste is
liberally patronized when offered.
But it must be said that our state
laws or regulations relating to such
matters are so narrow and illiberal
as to discourage those who may be
disposed to cater for the public in
this line. Thus, a professional en
tertainer or a company of profes
sional entertainers from abroad, or
a local amateur company, cannot
give a public exhibition or cntortain
ment of any kind, for the amuse
ment or edification of tho public, in
our only theatre, yclept the Hawai
ian Opera House which, by the
way, is a credit to the town with
out first procuring tho permission of
Government, and paying therefor
tho sum of six dollars, each indivi
, dual show costing tho same amount.
This is a positive discouragement to
public amusements, and stands as
one of the many monuments of a
condition of narrowness and illibcr
ality which our advancement and
enlightenment should be capable of
Tho amount of the fee claimed by
the state is a matter of 'insignifi
cance, but tho principal involved is
of weighty importance. The very
idea that a company of respectable
citizens, ladies and gentlemen, can
not exert their generous endeavors
to Bupply in a measuro tho felt lack
of public amusement, by playing a
laughable farce, or a light comedy,
or a terrible tragedy, without a
liconco from Government House, is
repulsive, and brings up shadows of
despotism which cnuso a colli shiver
to inn down the bnck of a. frco
man. Wo look to our enlightened
legislators to shawo our laws more in
the direction of modern notions of
popular rights and proper freedom.
A TIMELY CHECK.
Our Police Magistrate, Judge
Dayton, has a full share of good
horso-seusc, and sometimes exer
cises it to the annoyance of persons
a long way his inferiors in this re
gard. Occasionally he deals sum
marily w ilh trivial cases brought be
fore him, and sends the parties
home about their business. It
would be well if he did a little more
of this short-hand work.
But the Judge is a remarkably
patient man, -and listens by the
hour with all the attention and com
posure imaginable to the lilipulian
quibblings of amateur lawyers and
the contradictory testimony of per
jured witnesses. Such patience
would astonish a London Police Ma
gistrate, who is in the habit of cut
ting short all time-wasting of this
character, and heavily fining for con
tempt of court those who obstiuc
Judge Dayton had before him yes
torday six or seven Celestials, charg
ed with disturbing the quiet of the
night. His sense was equal to the
occasion and he discharged them.
The policeman or policemen who ar
rested them deserved the same treat
ment. These Chinamen, we understand,
were amusing themselves by play
ing on those execrable instruments
vliicli the white man denominates
"Chinese fiddles," at a compara
tively early hour of the evening,
somewhere in or near the classical
quartors known as Cape Horn, when
tho "baton and star" gentlemen
seized and dragged them off to the
Station House, because they wcic
"disturbing the quiet of tho night."
The men were allowed their liberty
on the payment of ten dollars apiece
bail, for their appearance next day.
When they came before the Judge
he felt it his dut' to discharge
them, because the circumstances
did not verify the chavge.
Let anyone who knows the neigh
borhood where the arrests were
mado. fanp.v anv liumlwr nf niiinnst
1 fiddles "disturbing the quiet of the
night" between the hours of eight
and ten in the evening! Why, Chi-
nesc fiddles, taro-patek fiddles, and
all other inentiouafolc and unmen
tionable harmless diseoids consti
tute the normal condition of that
neighborhood, every evening, be
tween the hours named, and no one
living there could possibly be dis
turbed or annoyed by such causes,
unless resolved to be so from sheer
maliciousness. The same tiling, of
course, in any decent neighborhood
would be a vastly different matter.
To construe the rasping of a half
dozen antc-deluvian instruments, in
a neighborhood where every car has
been trained from infancy to regard
it as enchanting music, and at an
hour when nobody ever dreams of
sleep, into a disturbance of the
quiet of the night, requires a strain
on the imagination of which we sup
posed the Honolulu police were ut
Judge Dayton deserves the thanks
of parliament and the public for
having put a check on the propen
sities of the police. These l,star"
gentlemen are very necessary and
useful, and wo entertain for them
the utmost respect and considera
tion ; but without some wholesome
check, it looks very possible that
they might become a terrible nuis
ance, destiuctivo of harmony and
good-will between themselves and
the respectable, law-abiding public.
Left to follow their own powerful
will they might ere long arrest and
incarcerate John F. Smith for writ
ing poetry, two-thirds of the talking
portion of the Legislature for wast
ing their eloquence on the contamin
ated air of Aliiolnni Hale, tho Uui.
u:tik for murdering tho Queen's
English, and tho "Advertiser" for
giving "too much mush." Either
of these possibilities would amount
to a public misfortune and all of
them together a national calamity.
Let us thank the common-sense
Judge for interposing a timely
check,and at least warding off for tho
present a contingency or contingen
cies, which, according to the present
tendency, may ultimately come
HAVING pui chased tho entire Ship
Chandlery Stock of A. W. Poirco
& Co., wo pfler tho same for salo at very
low pi ices.
INTER-ISLAND STB AM N. CO.
Honolulu, Juno 14, 1686. " 09 2w
At the hearing yesterday of tho
Habeas Corpus case returnablo be
fore Judge Preston, in the matter
of Olcson, Foster and Peterson,
seamen from the French barkCccilc
tho Marshal's return stated that ho
arrested and held the petitioners in
custody on tho written request of
Mons. L. Bollamio, Chancellor of
tho Ft ench Legation. Tho request,
which was appended, stated that the
men "rofuscd to do duty," as a
cause for their arrest. Neumann
and Whiting appeared for the peti
tioners, Hartwell appeared for the
French Commissioner, and said that
he had been retained only that
morning, and was instructed to
state the facts which ho would re
duce to writing if there should' bo
anv reason to do so. lie said he
was instructed that the petitioners
were shipped according to French
law on a voyage from Newcastle to
the home port in France, that they
claimed that their contract was for
a oyagc to Honolulu only and
therefore refused duty, in conse
quence of which the master of the
. bark complained to the French Con
sul of the refusal of the seamen to
do duty, and thereupon the Consul
authorized the Chancellor to request
their arrest for that cause, which
was done. Counsel urged that this
was mutinous conduct by the men,
and therefore good cause for their
arrest. The Judge said that no
cause was shown on the rcturn,which
according to the decision in former
cases he held to be insufficient.
Mr. Hartwell said that he would if
allowed, amend tho return within
an hour, so as to state the facts he
had mentioned, if they would avail
anything ; but the Court declined to
allow the amendment, whereupon
the men were discharged.
There is no appeal in such mat
ters, and therefore the question
whether under the statute any other
person than the Marshal who makes
the return can be heard to state
causes for the arrest, can only be
determined by further legislation.
It also is evident that the statute
authorizing arrests of seamen for
mutinous conduct requires amend
ment to allow arrests to be made
for leaving the ship without permis
sion, refusing duty, and other like
acts of insubordination which ac
cording to the practice which has
prevailed have been deemed bj' the
Marshal and consuls cause enough
for arresting' seamen.
OPINIONS OF A FIREMAN.
'KniTott Rnr.i.rrix : As a select I
committee of the Legislature lias
been appointed to investigate the
laws relating to the Fire Department
and as recent events have brought
that organization prominently before
the public, a few remarks relating
thereto would not be out of place.
The Honolulu Fire Department is
under the command of a Chief En
gineer, who is ciectcti annually, lie
handles the money appropriated for
the maintenance of the Department,
presides at the meetings of the
board of representatives and has
sole and absolute control of all ap
paratus belonging to the Depart
ment. If the Chief Engineer was res
ponsible to one of the Cabinet Min
ters there would be little cause for
complaint, but a? the law is at
present he has all this power and is
responsible to no one, lie can be as
aibitrary as lie pleases, as domineer
ing as he likes, as independent and
ofliciouH a, lie chooses, but once
elected ho cannot be removed, when
be takes bis seat it is for one year
"When the Chief happens to bo an
honest, liberal and impartial man,
everything runs smoothlj', but if he
happens to be just the opposite,
there will be nothing but continual
wranglings, disputes and disagree
ments, which more than anything
else tend to make the Department
As it is a volunteor organization
its clllcicncy depends a great deal on
its popularity. If it becomes un
popular fiom any cause, there will
bo no firemen j if there aro no fire
men who will put out the fires, tho
member from Koolauloa? Tho ulti
mate icsult in -any caso will "bo a
paid Department and if steps aro
not taken, by the present Legisla
ture, to make tho volunteer organ
ization more popular by removing
the causes of complaint, of which
thero are several, a paid Department
will bo necessary long before the
next Legislature meets. It is possi
ble however to removo the abiibes
which are ut present causing dissa
tisfaction, and thereby prolong the
life of the volunteer Dcpaitment.
SHIPPERS of Freight by
the steamer " f. G.
rcSKesaiEl au are nurcuy uuvuieu,
that no freight will ho received after 8
o'clock A. m., on the day of sailing.
Per order, J. UNA,
Honolulu, June 8, 888 01 lm
First appearance in this oily of
Tho Wonder of the 19th Century.
THE ONLY GREEK
Prestidigitator & Necromancer
IN THE WORLD.
Who has performed in tho piluclpal
cities of tho world, bcfoiethe
Royalty of England, Ger
many, Fmucc, Russia,
and cities of the
Who has received many handsome
Gold Mcdab. Will appear
On Saturday Even'g, June 16th,
At tho Opera House in Honolulu.
Door Open at 7:30. Commoncos al 8.
Box plnn will open nt tho olllcc of
J. E. Brown &, Co., nt 0 o'clock A. sr.
on THURSDAY, tho 14th Inst. G7 til
Ladies' Aid Society,
Of St. Andrew'H Cntlieilrnl.
At St. Andrew's, Priory,
On SATURDAY p. m., from
leo Cream, Cake and a Tuhle of Fancy
and Useful Aitioles.
from Emma Square
mission, 10 Cents.
FOR SALE CHEAP !
THEO. H. DAYIES & CO.'S.
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB.
NOTICE is licicby given that the final
eutiics for the Hawaiian Dei by,
y mile dash for 2-year olds, native
bicd, to be run under tho auspices of
the Hawaiian Jockey Club on the 11th
of June, 188U, will be closed on tho 30th
of June, 1888.
Also, that nominations for the follow
ing races must be handed to the Sccre
taiy, accompanied with entrance fee,
on or before the 30th of Juno, 1888.
"Hawaiian Dcibv," IS'JO foals of
iu Sweepstakes of $.10 added. To
,l, ilii'Mo.l .,u U.o Oli.b i.ihj Ul.k.v.t.
iiillo da-li for 2-year olds, native bred,
Sid 10 bo paid on nomination, nnd $15
ni or befoie the 30lh of Juno, 1881), for
feit unices filled by payment of thcic
mainiug S25 on or bcloic June 1, 1S90.
'Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup," for
ISS'.i Sweepstakes of $25 added. 1 mile
dash for 3-ycar olds, native bred, 10
to be paid on nomination, foifcit unless
filled by payment of icmaining 15 on
or before June 1, 1880.
"Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup." for
1890 Sweepstakes of SoO added. To
be divided as the Club may dhcet. 1
mile dash for 3-year olds, native bicd,
foals of 1SS", $10 to be paid on nomina
tion, and 815 on or befoie the 30th of
June, 18S9, foi felt unless filled by pay
ment of the remaining 25 on or befoie
"Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup," for
1891 Sweepstakes of 100 added. To
be divided as the Club may dliect. 1
mile dash for 3-year olds, native bicd,
foals of 1888, 10 to bo paid on nomina
tion, 15 on or before Juno 30, 1SS9, and
25 on or befoie Juno 30, 1S90, foifeit
unless filled by payment of the icmain
ing 50 011 or before June 1, 1891.
C3?"EntiIes made after above dates
must pay double.
O. O. BERGER,
Secretary, Hawaliau Jockey Club.
(Successors to Sandeis' Kxpicss &
SANDERS & F. I. CUTTER, Prop'trs.
Olllcc, HI Kins Street.
By tho consolidation of tho abovo
mentioned business increased facilities
aio obtained to satisfy tho vianls of tho
public in the conducting of a
General Drayago & Express Business. I
Wagoii3of tho Company nro present
at arrival 6t each Foreign nnd Islands
steamer. Full charge taken of all bag.
gages and paicels ot travelers, nnd tho
eamo checked through, when uccesEnry,
to all points. Special attention given to
the removal of pianos nnd furniture to
and from nil poluts in tho city and
Btibuibs. Reasonable rates for genuial
draying ami all business promptly at.
Tclcphono No. 8G "aiSr Glvo Us a Call.
N. U, The collecting of Rubbish,
formerly can led on by Air. N. F. Uur.
gess, will be curried on as usual and
oiders may be' loft as above. 00 2m
Q WHALE BOATSj 1 Decked
0 Whalo Boat, 30 feet long, 3 feet
deep; 8 feet wide; 222 feet Surt Boats;
1 18 feet Burf Boat; 2 Decked Plunger,
10 feet long, 0 feet 0 inches wide, 2 feet
0 inches deep, with mast and sails all
complete; 1 33 feet Sailingcow, with
mast and sails all complete. Apply to.
Boat Builder and Geueral Jobber. 51 tf
-PHE WEEKLY BULLETIN
X Inland subscription, 9 1 por annum.
Auction Sales by James F.Morgan.
Auction Sale of Share!
I am authorized to sell al Public Auc
lion, at my Salesroom, Queen street,
On MONDAY, June 18th, '88,
AT 12 O'CLOCK XOOX,
30 SHARES !
Of tho Reciprocity Sugar Co. Stock.
I'ar value of $100 each. Will he
sold in lots to suit purchasers.
JAS. A. MORGAN,
Landlord's Kotico of Salo of Goods
Taken Under Distress.
WHEREAS, Kconl (k)i of Honolulu,
has mado dofault in tho pnynieut
of rent of certain premises slluiiud on
Smith street, in s.ild Honolulu, and has
allowed the same to hecomo in nrrcuis,
and, whereas the undersigned has din
trained tho goods and chattels of tald
Kconi (U) to satisfy such nrreais: Notice
is heiehy given Unit fahl good and
chattels, lo wit: 1 ciniagi, -vill bo told
at public auction nt the Saleroom ol
J. F. Morgan, auctioneer, en Queen
street, in said Honolulu,
On Saturday, Juno 23, '88,
AT 12 O'CLOCK XOOX,
Dated Honolulu, June 0, 1888. f,2 lot
Sale of Leases
By oidci of the Trustees of
His Majesty's Estate
I will tell at Public Auction, at my
Salcsitoni, Queen street,
On WEDNESDAY, June 27tli,
AT IS O'CLOCK SOOS,
The Leasos of the following
Pieces or Parcels of Lands,
Term of 15 Yearss
1 Houso Lot at Kawainhao, King
tlreot;L. C. A. 824 IS, containing 60fi
square fathoms. Upset price, $300 per
a Lot 35 nt ICnpahulii, Waikiki,
apuna B2. L. C. A. 8509 B, 'My, acres.
:j Lot at aianoa. R. P. 130. 5 3C100
'1 Lot nt Majion. L. C. A. 1850. R.
P. 2593. 73 100 acres.
5 Land at Monnnlua, apanu 2 and 3.
R. P. 420. L C. A. 1754. 82-100 acres.
it Land at Kailtia, Oaliu, apanu 2.
G rant 2C0C. G 75.1 00 acres.
V Land at Kuiilioku, Kona, Hawaii.
1?. P. 2020. 373 acres.
q itLUm s, ax. ivoua, Hawaii. Part
of H. P. 3148 ap.ui.1 1.
S) Ahupuaa of Kauhiula, Hilo, Ha
wnii, award 1C. 11. P. 5711. Contain
ing 754 acres.
lO The Fish Pond of Pahaunui,
Mokauea. Part of L. C. A. C4C0. 10
11 Fish Pond of Anauoholki, Mo
kauea. Pait of L. C. A. 0450. 18 2.10
12 Fish Pond of Ananolio, Mo
kauea L. C. A. 0150.
1!J Seailshory of Mokauea. Part of
L. C. A. 0150. 20G acres.
14 Also the leate for 10 years of lot
at Punahou. Section 2 of apana 2. 11.
P. 5004. L. C. A 8241. 30 21-100 acres.
15 Lot 18 at Kapiolaui Park for the
unexpired term of lease from tho unex
pired term of lease from the Kapiolani
Parties purchasing the leases of the
Fish Fond?, will be required to furnish
a bond of 500. for tho faithful perfoim
aucc of coutiact.
payable Semi-annually In
BSTFor further particulars apply 'to
the Trustees or to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
CO td Auctioneer.
Just received a line of
Eastern Fireworks !
The abovo aio of thUyear's manufacture
and from the leading factories
of tho Eist.
. W. MACFARLANE.
i..-. i . .
TO the Ci editors of the Estate of Lam
Chock (Ch), of Honolulu, a bank,
nipt, take notice:
That the undersigned, Assignees of tho
Estate of Lam Chock, n bankrupt, havo
preparatory to their final account and
dividend submitted their account as
such Assignees and filed tho Eamo be
fore Hon. E. Preston, Justlco of tho
Supremo Court, nt his Chambers, to
whom ho will apply nt 10 o'clock a. m.,
on TUESDAY, the 10th Inst., for settle,
m cut of said accounts nnd for a dis
charge from all liability as biich As.
signecs, aud for an order to moko a
And that any person interested may
then and thero uppear and contest tho
same. O. PARKE,
Assignees Estate of Lam Chock.
Houolulu, June 1JI, 1888," 07 8t
nPHE DAILY BULLETIN has the
-. largcbi circulation or anv naner
printed in this Kingdom,
50 cents per
TffjjJW (jOODS I
Tho undersigned calls tho attention of
tho public to
New Lines of G-Qods
. Just received c late arrivals,
Uavjaliau, American & English Flags,
Ilnno Jtnll UooitH, Novels,
Bound Story Books
Plirase Book & Dictionary.
A complcto line of
Plain and Fancy Stationery 1
Together with ovcrylhlnc to bo found in
n Vicll-appolntcd stationery tunc.
-INSPECTION IS INVITED-a
A. M. lEWETT,
03 Merchant Street. L3m
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The well-known and fnvorito Al Ilaik
1IJ rfV Tl,.4
Cousin, : : Masteh.
Will leave for the above port
On or about the 19th instant.
E-For freight or passage having
Summon Cahin and Streuaob Accom,1
modations, apply at the ofllce of
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
At Less than Auction Prices 1
Privato Salo ol Household Goods.
PROF. Van Slykc, of Oaliu College,
Punahou, offcis for salo (on ac
count of departure), at very low prices
a few choice ni tides of furniture, in
eluding two large handsome Easels, a
B. "V. Secretary and Booltcase, com
bined; a 1$. W. velvet-upholstered Easy
Chair, a beautiful bunging lamp, several
10-fcet Cornice Poles with fixtures, a
Davis Sewing Machine (very littlo
used), a Bed, fapi ing and Hair Mattress, a
very nice nnd handy B. W. Music Rack,
several small Fancy Tnblcs, Shelves,
Bracket, Rugs, &c. Also, a young ilrst
clais Horse, broken to both harness and
saddle; a Brake (nearly as good as new),
and a Single Harness, 1 Ladies' Saddle
and 1 Gent's Saddle. Those articles can
be examined nnd purchased at anv time
beforo Juno 27th. 03 2
IN LARGE VARIETY !
FOR SALE BY
CASTLE & COOKE.
ES"Prices lists fmnished on applica
tion. G4 lm
Carriage Wraps, Kid Gloves,
Ladies' and Childrens'
BlacMiamoi Bye Hosiery
And a full lino of
Sateens, All Colors,
"OIt SAl.K AT
57 No. 10 Store. 2w
HOUSE TO JLET
AT tho corner of Fort and
Kukui strcctR. Ennuiro
I of S. ROTH,
Cor. Fort & Merchant Sts.
A COTTAGE, at Creigsldo,
xjl. JNimnuu vaney, con
taining six rooms, with out
buildings, stables nnd every conveni.
enco. Address, "COTTAGE," nwj.KTiN
offlco. (13 lw
Cash Buyer for Cottage.
WANTED to purchase n
Cottage of about four
room', with a small lot, situ.
ittiiu 4ii iiv&n it uiu iiuipiiirui nuuui
a dcfciinblo neighborhood, con.
venientto the city. U 'stonier vlll pay
all cash, if property suits and is oU'ercd
nt a fair price. Apply at
HAWAIIAN MJblNESS AGENCY,
00 lit Corner of Fort & Sleichant Sts.
rpo LET (ou account of
1rn-flTtllf 1 l rflcUlnnnn
E&Hsifi with six rooms, closets, pantry!
kitchen, stables, etc, on a nlco lot, near
Punahou, Honolulu. 3Iost inoderato
rental, to a ycuily tenant. AVator in.
eluded. Apply to
O. T. GULIOK,
01 lv Merchant street.
7 ACRES of land fenced.
Good for gardon, rice or
cattle feed abundantly sup.
Elled with water, next Puna,
ou, Honolulu. Apply to
O. T. GULIOK,
SUGAR PLANT I
Tho Emtio Plant of thu
Star 111 Cohibw, Mala,
Is ollorod For S.1I0. Tho Mnoliliiery
is in perfect working order
nnd oonsltt or
One 26x48 Mill with Engine,
Trash-cnrrlor, Etc., complcto,
1 Pair ol Boilers Gx20.
1 Doublo Effect 0 end 7 feet Pans,
1 Vacuum Pan G led with Blake Pump,
3 Weston Centrifugals and Engine
Together with the usual assortment of
Mariners, Clean'g Pans, Coolers
And other Machinery usuallv found
in a well uppoinled mill.
Also, a number of
California Island Mite,
Cane Carts & Gen'l Plantation
Delivery will be given after next crop
ha9 been hnrvested, sny about July 1.
Cgf'For further particulars apply to
Manager Star Mill, Kohala, Hawaii.
WMte Bros.' Port. Gum
Coal Tar, Slocloln Tar,
F. W. Staples,
Filter Presses, Sugar Coolers,
F. P. Cloth,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
tfon satj: by
H. Hackfeld & Co.
The Agents of the
Oceanic S. S, Com'y
Havo arranged for an Excursion
of Teachers wishing to visit
tho Convention of the
Held in San Francisco,
Jxily 1 "yin to Otli.
Round trip tickets from Honolulu to
San Francisco and return :
Which includes the initiation or raem.
bershlp fee nnd all the privileges
KjFFor further particulars apply to
G. IRWIN & CO.,
Agents, O. 8. S. Co.
Australian Mail Service.
FOIt SAN FKANOISCO,
Tho now and flno Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, wil
bo duo at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
July I, 1888.
And will leave for thu above port with
malls and passengers on or about that
Kor fioighl or passage, having SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agenta
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho new and lino Al steel Bteamship
Of tho Oceanlo Stenmshlp Company, will
bo duo at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
July 4, 1888,
And will havo prompt difpatok with
malls and passengers for thenbovo ports.
For freight or pasbat'O, having SU.
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
'il WM. G. IRWIN & CO.. Agenta
NEATLY DONE und with despatch
at the HAWAIIAN HOTEL BTA
BLES. Hand Clippers. Silt