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Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, October 03, 1896, Image 8

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SHIPPING MOVEMENTS
THE O. H. 8. AISTIUMA OllTWAllI
HOUND TODAY.
Auierlcnn .Schooner Defender from
Kurrltn itllli Lumber 1'iMicn.
Iter Arrltnl mid Departed.
Tlie W 0 Irvtln will nll about Tuesday
next week for the Coast with a full cargo of
UKftr.
Tlio Mokolilnrrhcillii lat niclit. Having
good went Iicr, lic Hindu good time on tlie
trip down.
Excepting SIooo brick and 25 tons of
moulding fand, tlio burk Mnrtlia Datls lias
discharged tier cargo.
Tomorrow, lildi tide targe 'J:fl pin; high
tide smtill 1:.V nm; low tide large 5.13 pin;
low tide small T V a in.
The steamer Kiiali left Mnkawell nt
past 5 last night nnd nrrlvul In port
morning at tninty Ihe minutes to U.
ball
till
She
taKCft a cargo ot co.il to Kiiiiiikii today.
Vancouvi.h, II. C , Sept l. A cablegram
from London sn)s Hint u company lias hieii
fiirmcd with a capital ol $'mio,oiio to litilld n
inarlno railway and carry on a ship building
yard In Vuiicmmr
The Ameririn Cmir-mastcd veliooner Do
fender, J S lling-i-ii tnai-ler, twenty diu
from Eureka, Cal . nrrlxctl lu this morning
Mltli limit., r 1. 1 r AH. ii tV: Hutilm-on and
,""wer it Cooke, sln- Is a new i"rrl, having
been liiui'''lnd not ln.h ago nt KurcKn, nud
this Is ln.r tnaklen vojagu.
New Yohk, 'cptcmbcr lit A dispatch to
the llcruld from Mndi id says; The commis
sion charged with tlie camlntlon of tenders
from KnglUli firms fur the construction ot
men-of-war for the Spanish Oowrnmcnt lias
reported In favor cf the Armstrongs, both on
account of the time required for construc
tion and difciuhe power. 'Ihe said firm un
dertakes to build u linttlc-shlpof 1 1. Wiltons
In lour I ecu mouth ami a crnWr of ftTuKI tuns
in tweHc inonllis with a speed of Si knots,
'with nn aitiiammtup tu twenty four centi
meters, Thu pi lec for the baitle-shlp Is
JL'tfOU.OOO and for the ciuUer 1C00.W0.
ARIUVALS.
Fkiiiay, Oct. 2.
Stinr Mokolll, llllo, from Molokal. Maul
and Luual.
Satciiiiiy, Oct. 3.
Stmr Kaala, Thompson, from Maka
well. 8tmr Kcaiihou, Thompson, from ports
on Hawaii.
Am sclir Defender, Ilclllngseu, from Eu
reka, DRrAK'lTitKH.
I'iiidai, Oct. 2.
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, for Eureka.
Satuiuiat, Oct. 3.
Stmr Kaala, Thompson, for Kaliuku.
Stmr Liliun. Nye, for Ilnnomu, Honoblua,
llnkalau, l'ohakum.iiiu.
Stmr Klhiuca on, Freeman, for Olowa
lu, Kukalau, Ookala and Lnupahoehoo.
8 8 Australia, Iloud'ette, for San Fran
cisco. I'ASBENOnitS AttltlVED.
From T.iual and Molokal, per stmr Molto
III, Oct !- T. Peck, C MtCorrlston, It Drop
per, and 111 deck passengers.
From Eurekn, Cal., per sclir Defender, Oct.
3-C V Teal.
From Hawaii, per stmr Kcatihou. Oct 3
Alex Cockbum, V S Yates.
PaSSENOEUS DEPARTED.
For Sail PraiicUco, per steamship Austra
lia, Octn-ltev 11 :t hatter, Mrs N Andersou,
Mrs V M I.ainpton. Mr and Mrs A T Wells,
A F Along, Mrs F T tm tb, 8 W Wilcox. F
M Itemi-le, Pr.uik 11 Ilnrcy,Mr Wray Tailor
and child. V J follas. ,1 F Ornnt. W II Hall.
8 N J.edman and son, Kill Mills, Mrs 0 Iv
Wilder, ML YnllerMon, J A Uodrlmiez, C M
Jlelntz, Mrs i: ijedtiiiand 2 children,
drew Urcinn unit wile, S Kolh.
An-
OAnaOE8 FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Ex stmr Keauhou --S477 bags sugar.'J bead
cattle, I bdl hides.
VE8SFI.3 IN 1'OUT.
U S S Adams, Watson, Sun FraucUco.
MEKCIIAKTMEN.
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
An sclir Defender, llelllngscn. Eureka, Cal
Am bk Martha Davis, Smile, S F.
Am bktn Amelia, Wurd, 1't ronnsend.
Am bktn Klikllat, Cutler, Port Townsiud.
lirslilp 'lroop, Frit a Portland.
Haw sclir Norma, ttoeehlll, Ficneli Frigate
Hhiialh.
Hrlt bk Latin Dixon Lhcrnntl.
Am brlitt W (I Irwin, Willlums, S F.
Am bktn 8 fl Wilder. Mi N'lil. S F
Am bk Miitlliln, M Kin.le, Seattle.
FOKKION VFSSKI.H EXPECTED.
Vessels Where train Uuo
Am sehh Defender,... Eureka Due
tier bk II I' (lluili..l.asaii Ibluud tf.pt Ho
tier lil. J C liliiiUi. l,lrvrpiiol,,,.Nni-tnbvr!iU
Am bk KilwDid .Mii),....J.i.w YiiiU..Ai'g:'i)
'.31 bk -tminiile Kuucatlt Due
iir Blip Elwill Newcistlu. .. I)uu
UeruKXpltn II' i mm Aug o
tk bllJilnti Nun cattle Due
M. A, Pi'isoto, propriotor of the
TJniou Imrbor BLop, nest to the
Art Gulh'ry, mwnntecs to givo a
ehnvo tlnit iv-ill muko your Imir
curl with joy. ,
Mechanics' Hmcoo, corner Hotel
and Nutiiinu Htwts, lodging by
duy, wook or month. Terms: 26
aud 60 conta pr night. $1, and
S1.2fi nor wi''k.
When yon nro tlown on your
luck anil feel no if the world was
cold, hard nnd dreary, just stop
into the Criterion saloon and put a
roHO-colored Uiit on everything by
imbibing a iln8 of tSenttle
bear.
cntmcii si:tivici:s.
Wlioro Honolulu People nay AVor
Nlilp Tomorrow.
Central Union Church. Cor
ner Berotania and Richards street,
Douglas P. Birnio, minister. Sorvi
cos Sunday, Oct. 4th: At 9:55,u.
m. Sunday school and fiiblo class;
11 a. m., public worship and
sermon; 3:30 p. m., Junior En
doavor; 0:30 p. m., Y. P. S. C. 15.
prayor nieoliug; 7:30 p. m., pub
lic worship and sermon. Paltima
Chapol Sunday school at 9:45
a. m., Gospol sorvico at 7:30
p. m., Sunday schools Japan
eso in Lyceum at 10 a. m.,
Portuguese on Millor stroot and
Hotel stri'ot mission at '2:30 p. in.
Prayor meeting'' at tho chinch
Wodtioaday, 7.30 p. m., at Pultun a
Chapel Friday, 7:30 p. m., A cor
dial wolcoaio for all at evory
eorvicit.
First Methodist Ei'iscoi'Aii
Church. Corner of Rorotnnia nnd
Miller gtreots. Rev. 11. W. Peck,
pastor. Sunday, Oct. 4th. 10 a.
m., Suiidiy school nnd pustot's
Uiblo clash; 11 n. in , sermon to
childicti; 11:10 o, in., sermon by
tho pastor; G:30 p. m . Sonior
Epworth League; 7:30 p m ,
"Patontal R-sponsibibty.'' Wod
needa', 7:30 p. in., prayer service.
Fridny 2:30 p. in., Junior Ep
worth League. All coats free.
All welcomed. Sunday school at
Pearl Citv at 2:15 p. m., sermon
nt Pourl City 3:30 p. m., sor
vico at Ewn plantation at 7:30
p. in.
Christian Church. Alukoa
streot near King J. M Monroo,
minixlor. Prouching nt 11 tt. m.
and 7:30 p. tn. b tho pastor.
Morning thomo, "Under Shop
herds; ovening subject, "C'n
version.'' Sunday bolmol at 9:45
a tn. jLoung l'ooplo s mooting
. .., ..0
Prayer meeting on ,
cvoninc Ladies' .
at 0:JU p. in.
wcunusuuv cvoninc
prayer mot-ting Friday at 3 p. m.
Seats free. All nro cor.iially in
vited to attain! tho sorvioes. "I
was glitd when they said unto mo, J
I mi us go unto the nouso of the
Lord."
St. Andrew's Cathedral Ser
vices Kund.iy, Oct. 4th; G:30 a.
m. Hoi' Communion; 11 a. m.
Matins with sermon, 3:30 p. m.
Hawaiian evensong; 7:30 p. m ,
ovonsong with sermon.
Tho services of tho Socond Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Ontho
dr.il tomorrow Snudiiy will bo
as IoIIowh: At 9:45 a. m., mor
ning prayer with sormou;
G:30p. m ovonsong with sjrmon.
Roman Catholic Cathedral
Services will bo as follows: 0 and
7 a in, Low Mass with Holy Com
munion; 9am, Muss with English
instruction; 10:30 a m, High Muss
with native sermon; 2 p tn, Rot-nry ,
and nntivo instruction; 4:30 p m,
liutivo instruction and Benedic
tion: Veokdnys, Luw Muss at 6
and 7 a m.
Latter - Day Saints Reorga
nized Church of Jcus Christ of
' Lnttor-Day Saints; Mililani Hall,
roar of Upora House. Services
will be held on Sunday as follows;
10 a. m., Biblo diss; 11:15 u. m.
and G:30 p. m., prouching.
Salvation Army. Hotel stroot
Adj. and Mrs. Simonson will
load tho meetings at tho Salvation
Army Hall on Saturday, Sunday,
Monday, Tuesday and Wodnoaduy
evenings. Everybody invited.
Y. M. 0. A. Sunday, 11 a. m ,
service nt Oahn jail; 3 p. m., boys'
meeting in Association Hull;
pr.tiFO sorvice in Y. M. C. A.
Hall atG-30p. m.
Kawaiahao Sunday school as
usual at 10 a. m.; morning topic,
"Loyal to Christ."
Itcuiitiriil Mglilri til lliti Author.
Anyono vuturing tho Anchor
saloon during business hour?, or
in tho evening, is immediately
charmed by tho handsome array
of game birds teal duck, mallard,
quail, grouse, etc., which decor
ates the bar. They aro ail stuffed
as. you will bo, with rich, nourish
ing boor, cold and clear, and with
tho palatable viands of the lunch
counter. Tho Seattle beer, lino
wines and liquors aro of the best
quality and always fresh. Every
Australia brings a largo consign
ment and Mr. Cunningham uses
every idoa which his massivo brain
suggests, to pleaso his patrous.
Tho Anchor is now tho most popu
lar saloon in town. 1 and 3 King
street.
ITygiqnio Refrigerators aro all
tha,t thd name implies. Call mid
pxn'mino samples at Iho ''Pafifio
Hardware Co. ''' ,
BYEN1NQ
wnwnMimftt AMtt vtvrw- wn
Real Estate
Ioi' Sale.
l Sold.
a sold.
a Two Stores on Nunann street.
4 Lot on Magazine Hill, 120x2111 feet,
commanding an excellent view of tlio city
and liarbor.
5 Lot on Hackfctd street, 80100.
0 A Choice Rcldcncc on Ltinalllo street,
having all modern Improvements,
7 A Desirable Rcsldcnco at Maklkl.
Grounds well laid out. Easy terms.
8 Four Houses nnd Lots on Punchbowl
street, all rented at a monthly rental ot $105.
This property Is 240 feet on Punchbowl strec,
uitli n depth of 222 feet running to the drill
grounds or armory, with a frontage on same
tor 4 or 5 inoro cottages. The central loca
tion of the property makes It most available.
0 House and Lot on Klnau street. Lot
70xt(!" ft. Tlil property will be sold at cost
aim is an excellent uaigain ior aiuiincsecKer,
Iho Iioiiho Is elegantly llnlslnd and of the
best workmanship und mutcrials. There Is n
cnrrliigc house and barn on the premises and
thu yard Is well luld out with fruit aud orna
mental trees.
10 A Kino Residence centrally located,
containing i.l rooms. Lot 12U'Ji)0 ft. Two
small cottages on the lot bringing in good
rental.
U-39 Veres of Land In Kalllit valley, (Wai
MM side). A stream of water Hows along
this land. A bargain.
l'.'-Sold.
IS 3old.
14 A Commodious Residence on Hanslngcr
street, ttttcd with all model u conveniences, .Or
will trade lor suburban properly,
15 Sold.
Ill House and Lot on Ueretanla street.
House contains U rooms, and all modern con
veniences. Lot K5X145.
17. Kino Residence on Dcrttanla street.
For further particulars Inquire at my olllce,
18. A House unit Lot on Young streit.
PJ House and Lot corner Victoria and
Dcrctanla streets, opposite Thomas square,
house contains U rooms Size of lot 100x200.
2i)-8old.
yt Itouso and Lot on Young street near
ttie residence it tho Rev. Mr. Hyde. Lot
11 Ox HO. House contains, eight rooms.
22 Small House aud Lot on Kcaumoku
street. Lot fiUxlUO.
S3 Pearl City Property.
mDcslrablu Tract of Cotreo Land on Ha
waii. Q.", Tom Altin.a nn Nuiinnn nt. nnnnnltn Ktl.
kul lane, also three lodging houses in tho j
rc.tr ol said stores containing -n rooms in an.
The Abovo pays 10 per cent, and Is leased to
responsible parties for a term of years.
20 A most Dcnirublo Homo on Thuintou
nvonuo, Large grounds and beautiful llow
or garden; house furnished throughout iu
hard wood with all latest improvements.
Excellent view of tho city and ocean, aud
ono which can not bo cut off.
27 V Liirgo Lot and Commodious Dwel
llmrou Green Street. connnaiuliiiL on un
obstructed viow of tho city nud harbor. No I
choicer residence is to bn bad in tho city
oven by thu moxt fnHtidioiiR.
'JS A New House ot seven rooms with
electric lights throughout, bath, p.itctit V
C, servants quarters and stables. One block
from car line at 1'iniuhou. i
ay- Only 4 of those Lots left near Katuchn
mclia school.
8(1 Two Houses and Lots on Lillha street. '
31 An 18 Acre Tract of Land nt Kalllil
suitable for dividing up Into building lots.
:S2 A House and Lot on Alakeu street. I
33 A Beautiful Uulldlug Lot at Kalllil, I
11)0x200, cleared, leneed aud water laid on.
34 A Gently Sloping Lot on Thurston
avenue, 210x125, having a frontaao on Green
street of 105 feet, And commanding a bird's
cje view of the citv and liarbor. i
35 A Lot on Alexander street, adjoining '
residence of CIau Sprcekels, . i
b( Elegant Reach Property at Wolklkl.
37-SoId. '
" 38-The only C1IOICK LOT left at Maklkl. I
It adjclns thu lesldeucu of J A (lllman and ,
tlie residence sltei of W i. Hopper, 11 i.uws,
nnd Dr Wood.
3U Sold.
4(i Sold.
41 Sold.
4H Lot 75x150 New house of 8 rooms,
cleganliy finished; servants quarters, carrlige
house, stables, eic, nt the corner of Alapal
and Quarry t nets. (!ood view of thu orean.
4.t Three houses of 11 rooms each, all rail
ed to good tenants. Lot ll 0 feet on Uere
tanla street by a depth of 200 feet through to
Klnau Bttcet, nnd a frontage on thu latter
street of loo feet. Good opportunity fur In
vestment. 44 Lot on Maklkl street, 7"ixIIo Cheap.
45 House and lot on Peterson Lane, Pa
latini. House contains l rooms. Lot 7."ix10.
40 I)w elllng House of 0 room? , fitted ltd
all modem conveniences. Lot 125x110
Situated nt Palamu
47 Vaeant Lot on Vv"alUM Road, 100x110.
48 House and Lot on Niiuanu street.
House contains eltfht furnished looms.
Very convenhntlj located nuir the business
center of the city.
4'J Klegunt RcGldeuceat Piinaliou. House
of 7 rooms with all modern conveniences.
Lot loox'Joo, nicely planted with fruit and
ornamental trees.
Notice: I can Negotiate Loans on any of
tho above property lor purchasers desiring
same at Irum 60 to 75 per cent of thu value.
In'or Intent.
1 Warehouse on Esplanade.
!J llonte.1.
if A l'Utnlsbed Cottage inn j;ood location
for tuo or tluce mmitlis.
4- lloiisii uud Lot, lOOi'.'.'iO, on Lano off
Soiiool stie t, adjoining Kuuluwcla hchool
hoiiKO, I'uilor 't bo Ironing, diniiitt-riiom,
kitchen, pantry. ' liiiliouso, enrrino hoiu.u,
Htublo nud outbuilding. Rent $'2i per
month.
5- A llenntlfiil Miniiner Itisldeneo nt the
l'euliiBiiln, I'eiilClix. jomplttelj fii'iilshcd:
fic rooms nud servant's ipiirters. Will rent
ehenp to u desirable tenant Tliu tut Is nvir
nn acre lu sUe and mcII laid out, and com
mands a biautlful view of thu harbor,
B Storo Room, CDH, fSi per month,
driveway into It. Ueretanla street, lear of
City Feed Store.
7 I'U'cu ground SO feet front, on Ilereln
nla strict, next to City Tied Store. Will
neet kcii.i! tlmt on ground uud lease 5 years
ut ? U pill IIIOlllll.
B A KitrnlslH'd Residence on Klni; street
In n di'slinble locality.
0-Rentid.
HI Furnished Cottage for couple nt Wal
MM, sernnt' ijuurters, btables, etc. $i.'i per
mouth, Ioiik lenie,
11 Lai-c Unll on Emma stuet, giound
tloor. Anv society w lulling a quiet locution
will do weil to see this.
A. V. GEAR,
UlOKImrsticct.
274-tf
Notice.
During Mr. Hourdmau's nbsonco, Mr.
Ewinc will havo clinrge of my books nnd
nllenil to nil collections. Ho cnu bo found
oithernt Mr. Bonrdinnn'b ollico nt Ogura A:
Co.'sor nt my office.
335 -tf DR. HERBERT.
BULLETIN, OCTOBER 3, 18.
WWWWUMIMlJMiH
iYWJiitflinwMiijniMiiaui
Pioneer Building and
Lean Association.
Assets July, 1S9G, $10GM6-16
Money Loaned on Approved Security.
A Savings Dauk for Monthly Deposits.
Hoases linllt on th Monthly Installment
l'lan.
Thirteenth Scries of Stock now open.
For further particulars apply lo
A. V. GKAR, Secretary.
Chalubor ot Commerce Itooms.
Ollico hours, 12:30 I.30V.M. 373-tf
BRUCE CAKTWRIGHT,
General Manager of
The Equitable Lifo Assurance Society
Of the United Ktntos for thu Hawaiian
Islands.
Cvr'Of't Merchant street, Honolulu,
ATLAS -:-ASSURANCE-:- COMPANY
OF LONDON.
Assets, - - - $10,000,000.
H. W. Schmidt & Eoto,
Agents fur tho Hawaiian Inland.
C. B. DWIGHT
Tnkcs contrncls for nil kinds of STONF
WORK, monument work, anient nnd
stone tddewalks nud curbiug. 1 h.ivo on
hand tho best Hawaiian stone, ChiuChC
grniiite, etc. Fino stono for monumental
vtork, Estimnlcs given nud lowest prices
assured. Telephone 833.
CoBSOliiatei Soia Water Co., LI
lUsplanacle,
Cornor Allen & Fort Sts., Honolulu
MOLLISTER & CO.,
(fOll to.
JOHN PHILLIPS,
PX.UMBI2K,
I Hotel St.. uonr Fort. Tol. 802.
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEER AND STOCK UROKER
No. 45 Queen Street.
Export Appruigetnont of Real
Estnto and Furniture.
O. HAE3LOP,
BBIHD1NQ AND SHARPENING OF ALL KINDS.
Merchant nnd Richards Streets.
5" Sharpens Tools and Ciittlnc: Knives,
Grinds Surgical Instruments to Order, KHch
Haws, etc., etc. 401-tf
JOHN SBABURY,
TTa.2cidernaist
Hawaiian and Foici);n tltrds nnd Animals
mounted In tlie best roanrcr, uslm; thu latest
methods only. Hotel St near Dr MiUrew.
DAVID K. BAKER,
F1 ovist,
Nuuanu Valley, nbovo tho Mausoleum.
All orders Riven prompt and faithful at
tention. No extra charge for delivering
Flowers to nny part of tho city. Lois,
Mountain Orceus and Carnations a spe
cialty. 265-tf
GONSALVES & CO,
WHOLESALE GROCERS AND
WINE MERCHANTS.
225 Quoen stroot, Honolulu, H. I,
A.LLTCN & ROBINSON.
DoitloiN in Lumbar and Con
.tad Building Materials of all
kinds.
Quooti Ktreot, Houolulu.
ROBERT GRIEVE.
Book and Job Printer
Moraknnt Street, Honolulu, H. I.
Ovor Hn wniinu News Company'e
Cook Storo. tny 18.
M. S GRINBAUM & CO.,
LlMll'Kll
Queon stieet, Honolulu, nud 215 Front
street, San Fraucibco, Cut.
IMrOUTKKS of .
General Merchandise and , .
. . Commissicn Merchants.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
GEHER&L COMMISSION AGENTS,
Cor. Tort nud Queen Stroota, Honolulu.
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Wholosnlo Importers nnd Jobbers of
European and Amorican Dry Goods.
Fort nud Quoon Stroots.
Canadian-Australian
Stoamors of tho nbovo Lbo running in oonnootion with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vnnoouvor, B. O., nnd Sydnoy, N. S. W nnd cnlUng nt Victoria, B. O.
Honolulu nnd Suva (Fiji),
On or nbout tho dates below stnted, viz.:
From Bjdney nnd Sutn, for Victoria anil 1 From Vlctorln nnd VnncoiiTer, It. O., to
V.inconvur. It. C.i 8ui nml Sydneyi
Sttnr"MIOWWtA" Ootobor 2t Sttnr "WAT1K1MOO" Octol.er in
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" Novowbor 24
Sttur "MIOWEHA" Dccouiber 21
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" Jnnunry 24
Through Tlolcuts isstictl from Honolulu to Caniulit,
UiiHctl Stntcs nnd Etiroiic.
rnEioiiT and r-AssnitaEit aossntb:
D. AlaNiooLii. Montreal. Cnnndu,
Konr.nTKr.nit, Winnipeg, Cnuadn.
M. M. STKnN, Sun Frnuciseo, Col.
G. MoIj. Buown, Vnneonvor, B. O.
zsM,
Australian Mail Senrice.
For San Francisco:
Tliu Now and Fino Al Htcol Stenmhip
" Monowai "
Of tho Ocptitito Stenmnliip Company will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Sydnoy nnd
Auckland on or nlxmt
Oct. 15, 1896.
And will lenvo for tho nbovo port with
Mails nud Fnsseugcrs on or about that
date.
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho Now nnd Fine Al Stco Steamship
" Mariposa "
Of the Oceonio Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from Sim Francisco
on or nbout
Oct. 22, 1896.
And will luivo prompt despntoh with
AloiJc und 1'nr.KPnKoro for tho above porta.
Thu uudurni'nucd tu"o now prepared
to ibstto
Through TickotK to All L'oints
hi tlio I'tiitcil Slates.
C?7"For further particulars regarding
Freight or Pohboko apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
Goneral Aecnts.
Oceanic Sis
Tlmo TBtolo
LOCAL LINS
S. AUSTRALIA.
U. 'S
Anivo Honolulu
from S. F.
Bept. 28, 1800.
Oct. 20, 1890.. .
Leave Honolulu
for S. F.
Oct. 3, 1S9G
....Oct. 23, 1890
THROUGH LINE
From Snn Francisco From Sydnoy for
for Sydney. Sun Francisco.
Arriu Honolulu. Leave- Honululu.
MnripoBB, Oct 22, '90 I Monowni.Oet 15'91
Mouowai, Nov 1003 Alnmocui.Nov 12,90
A LIFE SIZE
Crayon
Portrait
Framed Complete
WITH
Qoq Sqzcix Photos of the Sltte;
0H .
Onlv SBlo.OO
Kfls the LATEST OFFEll wa have
to mnhe.
J.J.WILLIAMS
Portrait and Landscape
Fotograplier.
TTORT STREET.
Heiiry Davis,
320 Fort btreet, nenr Morchant.
Meroliaadlsa Broker,
Commission Aqknt,
Custom House Broker aufl Statistician
EXPERT ACCOUNTANT
General Business Agent.
(nic Steamship Co.
Aw
aisiUD Co.
&?$
n
H9nrunuHmMnn
Steamship Line &
Btmr "MIOWEHA" November 1G
Btmr " WAItHIMOO" Bt c mhnr 1
atmr "MIOWKHA" Jnnunry 16
W For FrciRht nud Pussngo nnd nil
Gcnernl Information, apply to
TUFfl M DAUIF's A Pf ! M
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Ajtonta for tho Hawaiian Islnmls.
AVP TUJf
decimal & Oriental Steamship Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG l
Stcnmors of tho nbovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to tho
iiuuvo ports on or nooui tlio loIIowtDK
dntes:
Stmr Dorio Oct. 7, 1890
I Stmrllelgio Oct. 24, 1800
' StiiirPorit Mov. 2,18110
For 8AN FEANC1SC0:
Stenniors of tho abovo Companies will
cull at Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong and Yokohama to tho abovo
port on or nbout tho following dates:
Btnirl'ern Oct. 12, 1890
Stmr Coptic Oct. 20, 1890
btuirGnelio Nov. 0, 180
Rates cf Passage are as follows:
TO VOKO- TO IIONO
HAMA. KONO.
Cabin 551DO.OO 8176.00
Cabin, round trip, 4
months 225.00 2C2.50
Cnbht, round trip, 12
montho 262.50 81G.25
European Steerage.... 85.00 100.00
rSrVl'ilssonirni-K tmvmrr full hn mill I,
allowed 10 petcent off return fnto if ro-
inrning witum twelve montlis.
tSFor Freight nnd 1'assago apply to
K. HACKFELD & CO
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Agouts.
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TIME TABLE.
O. h. WIGnT, Tres. S. B. ROSK, Soo.
Cnpt. J. A. KING, PortSupt.
Stmr. KINAU,
CLARKE, Commander,
Will lenvo Honolulu at 10 A. m., touching nt
Lahninn, Mnnlnen Bny nnd M ,kenn tho
same djy; Mahukonn, Kawnihao nml Lnu
pahoohoo tho following day, arriving at
llilo tho name ovening.
LEAVK8 UOHOI.DT.V. ABIUVEB HONOLULU.
Fridny Oct. 0
Tuesday Oct. 20
"I'Tirliiy Oct. . 'Hi
Tueadiiy Nov. 10
Tuesday Oct. 0
Fridny Oct. 10
Titt'Biiny . , , .Oct. 20
Friday Nov. 0
Returning, will lenvo llilo nt 1 o'clock
P. m., toucliiu); at Lmtpahcelioo, Mnhn
Jtoun and Kawuilmo uiino dnyj Mnkcnn,
Manlaea Hay nnd Luhainn tho following
day; arriving nt rionolulu tho afternoons
of luesdny nnd Friilnys.
" Will call nt PohoiU, Pnnn.
fiSSTNo Freight will be received after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Stmr. CLAUDIKE,
CAMERON, Commander,
Will lenva Honolulu Tuesday nt 5 r, st.j
toncUniR ut Kidiului, Hnnu, Hanion and
Kipnhnlu, Mjui. Jtctnruing airiveu at
Honolulu Buinlny mornings.
Will ontl nt Nim, Kaupo, on second trip
of onch mouth.
C7-No Freight will he received nflcr
l. a. on day of Milling.
This Company will rescrvos tho right to
mnko changes in tho timo of departure and
arrival of it HteiiinerH wttliout notice nud
it will not bo responsible for any conne
quences ntising therefrom.
Coimieiieos must bo at tho Landings to
receive their Freight; this Company will
not hold itself rchponeiblo for freight after
it has been landed.
Live fatock only at owner'o rink.
This Company will not ho responsible
for Monoy or Valuables of passengers
unless placed in the care of Pursere.
Pahsougera aro retiiiobted to purchase
tiokots before embarking. Thobo fuiliug to
do so will be subject to an additional
charge of twenty-live per cent.
To Let or Lease.
a weniiu ilpn:i y bSfiiiiifiiisy UUu
Sleailiii
THE nESlDENOEOFMRS.A.LONO,
one mile from postofllce. Large houso with
furnitnro. Four bed rooms, parlor, largo
dining room, pantry, kitchon. bath rooms,
hot and cold water, with patent closets,
servant houses, stables, hoise paddook,
gardeu and tiers. A charming location.
Apply tn J ALFRED MAGOON.
tf Morch.itit at., next Poolouicei
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