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Illdert Steamship Go.
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
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Kilo tkt tarn evenln.
Friday . . . .
. .Aitjr. 13
. .Pept. 13
. Sept. 21
. . .Not. 15
. Ic. 17
. Doe. 27
. . AUK. -'
. .Sept. 27
.. No7. 8
.. Nov. 10
Friday. . . .
Tuesday . .
. . .Nov. 20
, . Dec. ?0
KetonODK, will ivv n.lo at 1 o'clock
r. ., toQcninff at .Laapahoehoe, Malta
fcona and Kawaibao eatueday; Makena,
Maalaea Bay and Lahalna the following
Aay; arriving at Honolulu the alternoom
OfTuesdaya and Frldaya.
gar No Freight will ba received alter
M noon on day of tailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tnesdaji at S r. k..
teaching at Kahalnl, Hau, Homos and
Xipahala, Haul. Returning arrive! at
Kanolnla Banday taornlnge.
Will call at Nun, Kaupo, on tecond trip
ol each month.
tm- No Freight will be received after
4 r. x. on aay of eaUlng.
This Company will reserves the right to
Bake changes in the time of depurtute and
arrival of its eteatuors without notice and
it will not bo responsible for any onse
foences arising therefrom.
Consignees must be at tho Landings to
receive their Freight; tils Company will
ot hold itatlf responsible for freight after
it baa been landod.
Live Stock ouly at owner's risk.
This Company rill not be responsible for
Money or Valuables of passengers nnless
placed in the care of Parsers.
Passenger are requested to purchase
tkkets bxfore embarking. Those failing to
io so will bo subjoct to an additional
charge of twenty-five per cent.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arrive Ilonoluln Lenvo Honolulu
from 8. F. for 8. F.
Sept. 2 Sept.7
Sept. 30 Oct.2
Oct. 21 Oct. 27
Nov. 15 Nov. 20
From San Frnur-isco From Rydnoy for
for Syduoy. Sun Francisco.
Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Mariposa. .Aug. 29 I Monowni. ..Aug. 22
Monowni. .Sept. 20 Almnodn. ..Sept. 19
Alamcdn. ...Out. 21 1 Mnriposn. . .Oct. 17
PORTLAND TO JAPAN,
On about AUGUST 8th., tlio Al
" ASLOUN "
Will leave Honolulu for Vokohama. For
passage unci freight ratos apply to
Theo. H.Davies, & Co. Ltd.
ASK YOUR GROCER
Fon Patent Excellent Flodh.
Highest grodo Flour on the market
Coat the same- as all other first-class
The well-known Itostaurant on Hotel St.
No. 00, (opposite tho Pantheon Stnhles),
serves mealu in every style, at ull hours of
the day. Everything served is first doss.
7.w YEE OHONG CO.
For Rent or Lease.
A two story building on Nnuonu street
opposite Love's Haltcry.
A. V. GEAR.
Tho Englo Houbo mi Nuunriu
avo., pnrtly furnished, also tho
Kaponft Cottao adjoining tho
Eaglo Houto with grounds sur
rounding. Apply t0 T. E. KHOUBE.
Arlington flotol, King St. 43-tf.
Oceanic SteamsniD Go
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(The SUmmhip "Aitloun" now t'?l Port.)
THE ASLOUN ARRIVES.
PltOSI'KOTN IMUt HOT OOMPnri
TION IN OKir.NTAIi TRAFFIC
Departure of the reUlnE--TlieuinUv
irioct-The Selmiuier O. III. Kellogc
for the Sound.
The Mourner Mlkalialu Includes N'llliau In its
voyage this week.
TIietcamerV(l Hull leaves lorleewnrd
Hawaii tomorrow morning.
The schooner O M Kellogg left In ballast
forOraj's Harbor yesterday morning.
The bnrkcntlno Forest Queen sailed from
Kahulul for San Francisco last Wednesday,
The steamship Australia will complete
discharging this afternoon and will sail Wed
nesday afternoon at four o'clock.
The steamship City of Peking Icbtcs at six
o'clock this evening for Yokohama, having
replaced her broken propeller blade In good
In spite ol a banged-up countenance genial
Archie of the Mall wharf Is on deck today. It
happened yesterday at the park where he and
a friend were thrown out oi a buggy.
The British steamer Altmnre, of the Oregon
Hallway and Navigation line, will be duo at
this port from Portland about the 10th of
September. It Is not known as to the future
movemsuts of theso stcimers, but It is sup
posed that they will stop here regularly from
Portland on their way to the Orient.
The regular Sunday fleet camo la yesterday
without auy especial items on board the
steamer Mlkahala brought a small passenger
list and 1000 bags rlco and paddy from the
Osrden Isle and reports pleasant weather
the steamer Llkcllke brought a light cargo
from Kahulul and the little James Makce
came empty from Kealla.
The Nautical Magazine says of the White
Stsrllne steamer Oceanic, which has been run
ning for fifteen years across the Pacific under
the charter of the O and O Steamship Com
pany, that for all that time she has never
damaged a ton of coal, lost a boat or injured
herself In any manner. She Is now at the
yard of her builders, Ilartland & Wolfe, Bel
fast, receiving new boilers and a general
A violent hurricane recently swept the
Coast of Japan during which many vessels
were wrecked and their crews drowned. The
Information of the loss of life was meager.
The German steamship Helen Rlckmcrs and
the Norwegian steamships I.ldcrhorn and
Herman Wedcl, Jailstrug, the British stearc
ship Ilentala and the shlpManuel tiuchet from
Pblludclphla, were all blown ashoro and all
are bcltevcd to liavo been totally wrecked ex
cept the Ilentala. The loxs of life on shore Is
reported to be large. The ship Manuel Su
cliet sailed from San Francisco four mouths
ago for Hlogo, Japan, with a cargo of case
oil, tuken on board at Point Urcere. She was
a flr6t-class Iron vessel, worked by a crew of
twenty-seven men. She had discharged her
cargo and was getting under way for San
Francisco when the hurricane struck her.
Tho British Steamship Asloun, 2S2S touH,
docked at Nuuanu stieut ulmif id four
o'clcok this morning, about nine days from
Portland. Comin mder Jamas Murray is in
charge, tho other officers being ns follows'
James G. llcod, tint oflicor; II. Wraith,
second oflicor; S Gtinii, third officer; John
Chi is tie, chief engineer; and J. 11, Gmos,
pursor. Commander Murray has been iu
tho sorvice of Adams & Co., of Aberdeen,
owners of the Asloun, for fifteen yours. Al
though not coming up to tho slumlord as
far as passenger accommodations nru con
cerned with that of other trans paciflo
liners that touch hero, the Asloun has a
very cosy cabin and good staterooms. On
ly two first-class passeugers are onboard,
Mr. and Mrs. Rchenimcxhorn of l'ortluud
who ore enroute to Japan. The Asloun
took a big cargo of toi and other morchai
dire tj l'ortluud and has a full cargo on
board now of flour and feod for this port
snd the Orient. She leaves this qfU'ruoou
Stmr Mlkahala, Freeman, from Kauai.
Stmr Llkcllke, Weisburth, from Maul and
Stmr 'Jus Makec, Peterson, from Kapaa,
Oll&N S 8 Asloun, Murray, from Port
Am schr O M Kellogg, Iverson, for Gray's
Stmr Mokolll, McGregor, for Molokal and
Stmr Walmanalo, Calway, lor Wolalua,
8tmr Walaleale, Gregory, for Hanainaulu,
Kllauea, Kallhlwal and Itanalcl.
8tmr Kcauhou, Thompson, for Elrelennd
Stmr Kaals, Brown, for Walanae, Walslua,
Mokulela, Kahiiku and Piinsluu.
O U A N S 8 Asloun, Murray, for Yoko
hama. Am bktu Forest Queen, Dyreborg, from
Kahulul for 8n Francisco, August 7th.
8tmr W. O. Hall, Slmcrsou, for Hawaii
aud Maul, Tuesday, Aug 13, at 10 a m.
Stmr Llkcllke, Wclsbarth, for Maui, Tues
day, Aug IS, at 5 pin.
0 8 8 Australia, Houdlettfc, for San Fran
cisco, Wednesday, Aug 14, at 4 p m.
Stmr Mlkahala, Freeman, for Kauai, Tues
day, Aug 13, at 5 p. m.
Per Asloun, en route to Japan Mr and
Mrs Schcmmcrhorn and 10 steerage.
From Hawal and Maul, per steamer Like
like, Aug 11 Miss Greenfield, Mies Fanny
Oreenfiel:!, W B Starkcy, Mrs Becky Kaal
and child, Mrs JUS Kalco, A M Sproull, J
K Saunders aud son, G D Frccth, J E Ander
son aud wife, Mrs Forsythe, E A Bailey, Miss
Turner, Miss Malonc, Miss Hammond, Miss
Knapp, Miss Bollcs, Miss Lily Faty, Mrs W
G Ogg, A B Shearer, A Selbcrt and wife, D
W Naplhaa, Master David Desha, and 63 deck
' From 8an Francisco, per 8 S City of
Peking, Aug 10 Honolulu: F A 8chaefer,
wife and daughter, Mrs F A Bacon and S
From Kapaa, per stmr James Makce,
Ang 118 N Hundley, wife and daughter,
George Falrchlld, W Easslc, J G Yostman,
J M Scott and 10 deck.
From Kauai, per steamer Mlkahala, Aug
11 Miss M Hartwell, Master Hartwell, A W
Judd, A F Judd, J It Judd, E Damon, II
Twombly, F B Auerbach, M Dodge, J II
Goncy, Mrs Goodhui and child.
For San Francisco, O it OSS Belglc, Aug
10 Ensign JCelgermclr,
Per steamer AbIouii Harry Smith and
about 50 steerage.
Per City of Peking Mr and Mrs GP Wil
der, Mr and Mrs A P Happcr, Mr Marciisc,
Mrs W II Clark.MIss Layton.Mrs IIP Meyers,
Mrs M E Field, Mrs McCully Hlgglns, Miss
Ei Llkellke 3880 bags sugar, 3G0 bags
spuds, 244 baps com, 7 hogs, 4 horses, 40
bells hides, 11 bags beans, 10S pkgs sundries.
Ex James Makec 309 bags paddy.
Ex Mlkahala 350 bags paddy.
Ladies and Okntlemen: It affords me
great pressure to call the attention of the pub
lic to my Yule's Hair Tonic, which Is the first
and only remedy known to chemistry nhlcli
positively turns gray hair back to Its original
color without dye. I personally Indorse its
action and glo the public my solemn guaran
tee that It has been tested In every conceiv
able way, and has proved Itself the only Hair
SpecIOc. It stops hulr-falllng Immediately
and creates a luxurious growth. Contains no
injurious Ingredient. It Is not sticky orgreasy;
on the coutrary, It raukes the hair soft, youth
ful, tlully, keeps it in curl and removes dand
ruff. For gentlemen and ladles with hair a
.little gray, streaked .gray, entirely gray and
with BALD HEADS, It. Is specially recom
mended. All druggists Prico lj also Yale's Skin
Food, 1.50; Yale's Compcxlon Cream, fl
Yule's Face Powder, 5Uc; Yale's Beauty
L'Sc. Mine. Yale, Health and Complexion
Speclallst.Templo of Beauty, 140 State st,
Chicago, Guide to Beauty moiled free.
JIOBIION DltUO CO..
J Wliolcsalo Agents.
Dclwccn Vancouver,!). 0., nnd Hydncy,
On or nbout tho ilntca
I'rmii Nydnry nml Hun, fur Victoria mid
Vancouver, II. C.i
Stmr "Mlowera," August 31
Blmr "Warrimoo" Octobor2
Through Tickets iHHUctl from Honolulu to Gniuula,
Unltcrt StutcH mid Europe
ritniOIIT AND rAHSKNQElt AtlKNTH;
1). MoNicoltj, jrontrcnl, Cnnndn,
,r 1jonEnT KB". Winnipcjf, Onnndn.
M. M. HTEnf, Snn Frnncisco, Cnl.
U' niQLi- xjrtowN, Vancouver, B. O.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
The New and Fine Al Stool Steamship
Of tho Oceanic Stenmship .Company will
bo due at Honolulu from Syduoy and
Auokland on or about
And will loavo for the nbovo port with
Mails and Passengers on or about' that
For Sydney and Auckland:
The Now and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of tbo Ocennio Steamship Company will
be duo at Honolulu from Snn Francisco
on or nbout
And will havo prompt despatch, with
Mails and Passengers for tho abovo ports.
Tbo undersigned are now prepared
to issue .
Through Tickets to All Points
in tho United 'States.
E3F"For furtber particulars regarding
Freight or Possngo apply to
WM. G.IRWIN &C0., L'd,
W Goneral Agents.
OGBanic SteamsMp Co. I Pacific Mail SteamshipCri.
Ofllce oi tlio . . . ' .
Peerless Preserving Paint Co.,
003 Merchant St.
The undersigned having purchased tho
Aianuiucttiro and uso ol the PEERLESS PRESERVING PAINT ' and for
tlio Hawaiian Islands, deiro to cull the nttentlon of owners of lluildings to tho
superiority of this Paint for the purpose of Preserving Shingles, Melals, Iron, Steel,
JlriJaes. l'ostt. etc.. aaaitiMt rut. cnrrnian. ilrrau nml iml-nnr. Onuironprnnn print nf
'ho l'eerlesi Preserving Paint has beon found cipial if not superior to threo coats of
any other l'alnt, and tee guarantee is will not scale, crack, or run, It boaig possuss-
ihioi a oociy wnen appueu in which mero is no JJIL oPIRITS OR hi VAPOR A
TIVE SUBSTANCE. In using this Paint upon a shinclo roof its FIRE
PROOF Qualities are one of tlio chief advantneeB. na it renders tho roof i inner
vious to sparks wh'ch may full u)on it in the dryest Benson without tho slightest
injurious effects. Tho main features which tho PEERLESS PRESERVING
PAINT offers for its use upon roofs are its thorough resistance to any action of
heat-vr cold, and its wonderful PRESERVING qualitips which fully prevent
nny action from either RUST OR DECAY.
Wo aro prepared to execute and carry out special contracts for tho application
of tho peerless Preserving Paint on nny of the islands, ah con
tracts undertaken by us will bo fully GUARANTEED. Our prices for this class
of work aro extremely moderate, and roofs to which Paint is applied by us are
guaranteed against leaks, cracks, scales or runs for a poriod of years, estimated up
on the ago of tho roof when tho work is performed.
Examinations mado and estimates given in all work free of charge, nnd refer
ences given by application at our office
H. P. WALTON, Maungor.
N. H , W . nti.t cnllln t Victoria, Jl. a.
below Btntcd, viz.:
From Victor In nml Vaneoutrr, It, t, te
Nui at ami Hyilneyt
Slmr "Mlowcrn" tfCj,t. 2,i
W For Freight nnd Pnssngo and all
Genornl Information, apply lo
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for tlio Hawaiian Ielnnds.
Occiiental & Oriental Steamship Co
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG .
Steamers of tho nbovo Companies will
call nt Honolulu on tlinir wnv in i,
nbovo ports on or nbout tho following;
Stmr Coptlo Sept. 10, 1895
Stmr China Oct. 29, 1895
Stmr Ooptio Nov. 28, 1895
Stmr City of Peking Dec. 28, 1895
For SAN FEANCISCO:
Stoamors of tho nbovo Compnnics will
call nt Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong nnd Yokohama to the nbovo
port on or nbout tho following datos:
Stmr City of Rio do Janeiro
Stmr China. October 6, 1895
StmrCoptio Nov. 0, 1895
Stmr City of Peking. . . . Deo. 6, 1895
Stmr Coptio Jan. 15, 1896
Stmr China Feb. 21, 1896
Rates of Passage are as follows:
TO TOKO- TO IIONO
Cabin $150.00 8175.00
Cabin, round trip, 4
monthB 225.00 2G2.GO
Cabin, round trip, 12
months 2C2.50 816.25-
Europoan Steerage.... 85.00 100.00-
ISyPossongors paying full faro will bo
allowed 10 percent off return faro if re
turning within twelvo months.
E5?For Freight nnd Passngo apply to-
H. HACKFELD & G0.f
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Consolilatel Sola Water Co., L'i
Corner Allen & Fort Sts., Honolulu-
HOLLISTER & CO.,
exclusive right, titlo and interest for tho-
L. O. ABLES,
H. P. WALTON.
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