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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, APRIL 4, 1896. 1 Pucilic Cowciiii Mvertisef Iwmed Every Morning. Except Sunday, by the HAW. MIAN GAZETTE COMPANY Von Hol1 Block, King Street. Subscription Rates. Th Daily Pacific Commercial Adver tis r, Eight Pages. - m m - Ppi- month 9 Per 3 months, if paid In advance. 2 CO Pr vnar in wdvanee 1 00 ppr year, postpaid to the United State of America. Canada or Mexico 11 W Per 1 year, postpaid other foreign. 14 00 Hawaiian Gazette, Semi-Weekly, Eight Pages, Tueadaya and Fridays, Per year. 104 numbers $5 00 Per year, foreign countries 6 00 PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Advertisements, unaccompanied by specific instructions, inserted 'ill or dered out. Advertisements discontinued before expiration of specified period will be charged as if continued for a full term. Liberal allowance on yearly anl half yearly contracts. All persons desiring their advertise ments discontinued must send a written order to that 'fleet. Where cuts are inserted they must Ijc ALL METAL, not mounted on wood, otherwise we assume no risk of theii preservation. C. G. V A .LENTYNE, Business Manager. TRAINS 3 32 73 J. a. x a PuO - M mm " 2 5 m A.M. a a s P.M. 1:46 2:V& J: 49 X V. A.M. "Leave Honolulu. . 6:4 P.M. 1:46 2:28 2:49 :i:24 P.M. 5:10 5:53 6:14 6:49 :15 Leave Pearl City.. 7 :4t 9:58 Leave Ewa Mill.. 8:10 lt:19 fcrrtve Walanae If :54 I v 1 3 00 a M A.M. X et C- i 5 m X V - X P.M A.M. 44 .7:19 .7:50 P.M. P.M. 4:16 4:51 5:22 " :"" Leave Waianae Leave Ewa Mill Leave Pearl City Arrive Honolulu .... 1:32 9:18 2:07 b:4S 2:38 3 51 4 : 22 4 : V .8:23 10:80 3:11 Freight trains will carry Passenger accommodations. O. P. DKNISON, Superintendent. Gen F. C. SMITH, Pass. A Tkt. AfiTt. FOREIGN MAIL SERVICE. Steamships will leave for and arrive from San Francisco on the following dates, till the close of 1896: Arrive at Honolulu Leave Honolulu for from S. Francisco San Francisco or or Vancouver. Vancouver: 1896. 1896. Oa or About On or About Warrimoo . . Apr. ? Mariposa . Alameda ...Apr. 9 Gaelic ... Australia . ..Apr. 13 Australia . Rio Janeiro. Apr. 23 Miowera . Australia ...May 4 Monowai . Mariposa . . .May 7 China Miowera ...May 8 Australia Doric May 19 Warrimoo . Apr. 2 . Apr. 10 ..Apr. 15 . Apr. 15 Apr. 30 May 6 .May 9 ..May 16 ..May 28 Australia .. May 29 Alameda Monowai ..June 4 Coptic June 2 Warrimoo .June 7 Australia ..June 3 Peru June 13 Miowera ...June 15 Australia . .June 22 Mariposa ..June 25 Alameda ...July 2 Peking, ....June 28 Miowera ...July 8 Australia ..June 29 Gaelic July 9 Warrimoo ..July 16 Australia . .July 17 Australia ..July 20 Mariposa Warrimoo China ... Australia Monowai . July 30 Monowai ...July 23 ..Aug. 7,Belgic July 24 . . Ang. 8 Australia . . Aug. 15 .Aug. 10 Miowera ...Aug. 15 .Aug. 27 Rio Janeiro.Aug. 19 Coptic Sept. 2 Alameda ...Aug. 20 Australia ..Sept. 4 Australia ..Sept. 9 Miowera ...Sept. Doric Sept. 15 Alameda . ..Sept. 24 Warrimoo .Sept. 15 Peking .... Sept. 24 Mariposa Australia . .Sept. 28 Australia Warrimoo . .Oct. 8 Peru .... Mariposa .. .Oct. 22 Monowai Blgic Oct. 24 Miowera Australia .. .Oct. 26 Australia .Sept. 17 ..Oct. 3 . Oct. 12 . .Oct. 1". . .Oct. 1 . ..Oct. 28 Miowera .Nov. 7 Gaelic Nov. 6 Australia . .Nov. 16 Alameda ...Nov. 12 Monowai . ..Nov. 19 Warrimoo Rio Janeiro. Nov. 19 Australia Warrimoo . . Dec. 8 China Australia . .Dec. 11 Mariposa Doric Dec. 16 Australia Alameda .. .Dec. 17 Miowera . 1897. Coptic . . . Miowera Jan. 7 .Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Dec. 2 .Dec. 10 .Dec. 16 . Dec. 16 .Dc. 28 CHAS. BREWER & CO.'S D T rine hark Edward May, .'. A. John--n mister, will sail from New York for Hanoi ula on or about May 1st, LSM;. For particnl.-irs. call or add res CHAS. BREWER & CO., 27 Kilby street. Boston, or i. Brewer a- Co., Ld.. Agents, Hon :ulu. . 4246-m The Daily Advertiser 75 cents a month. Delivered by carrier. n m TIDES, SUN AND MOON. ; H pj g ''-is H? gS gS a I 8 Uav. I 2 m- l. 5 ? 9 3 - - - r r t! S -- " 1 1 f i l m m tn. a.m. pro Hon .. 90 5 10. 1 ll.M 5.54 6.14 S. Tue. 31 f i0 10 4 a m 5.53 0.15 y.27 Wed. 1 6 45 30 11.21 0.40 b.rl 6.15 M-g Ihur-. 7 46 . 10 1 1 .58, 2 1 5.51 0 M; Frii -hX.. riu . I 4 1 6 1 7 6 12.45 3.37 .51 6 101 6 9.18 1. J 5.11 5.50 0.16! 0 32 1.21 9 10.55 3 28, G.10, 5.4y C 16 La-t smarter ot the moon on the 4th at lh. 54m p m. . The tides and moon pha-o are Riven In Stand ard Time. The time of -an and moon rising Hnd setting heinx eiven for all ports in the group are in Local Time, to which the respec tive corrections to Standard Time applicable to each different port should be made. The Standard Time whistle sounds at 12b utn. 0s. i midt.ijrht) Greenwich Time, which i lh. 30m. p.m. of Hawaiian Standard Time. MIFFING INTELLIGENCE. VESSELS IN PORT. NAVAL. U S S Adams, Watson, San Francisco. MERCHANTMEN. (This list does not include coasters.) Bk P. Isenberg. Wuhrmann, Liverpool. Bk Margrethe. Waaler, Newcastle. Schr Wm. Bowden. Fjerem, Newcastle. Bk Holliswood, Knight, New York. Stmr Morning Star. Garland, Ruk. Bk Albert, Griffiths. San Francisco. Bk K. Davenport, Reynolds, Dep'e Bay. Bk Andrew Welch. Drew, S. Francisco. Bk Matilda, Swenson, Port Blakely. Bktne Skagit. Robertson, Pt Townsend. Haw. bk R. P. Rithet, Morrison. S. F. Sshr Transit, Jorgensen, San Francisco Brg W. G. Irwin, Williams, San Fran. Bk Fort una, Mikkelsen, Newcastle. Bktne Addenda, Perry. Coleta Buena Chili. VESSELS EXPECTED. Vessels from Due. Bk Foxglove, Port Stanley Due Ship Roanoke, S. F Due Bk Melrose, Newcastle Due Bk Fortuna, Newcastle Due Ship C. F. Sargeant, Newcastle. . .Due Bktne W H Dimond, S. F Apr. 6 Bktne S G Wilder. S. F Apr. t Brig W G Irwin, S. F Apr. 8 R M S S Alameda, S. F Apr. 9 ARRIVALS. Friday, April 3. Schr Transit, Jorgensen. from San Francisco. Brig W. G. Irwin. Williams, from San Francisco. Bktne Addenda. Perry, from Coleta Buena, Chili. Bk Fortuna. Mikkelsen. from New castle. Stmr Likelike. Weir, from Hawaii ports. Stmr Kilauea Hou. Everett, from Ha waii ports. Stmr James Makee, Peterson, from Kauai ports. Smr Kaala, Thompson, from Oahu ports. Stmr J A Cummins, Neilson. from Oahu ports. Stmr Mokalii. McGregor, from Molokai. DEPARTURES. Friday, Stmr Kinau. Clarke, for April 3. Maui and Hawaii ports. Stmr James Makee. Peterson, for Kauai ports. Stmr J A Cummins. Neilson. for Wai manalo. VESSELS LEAVING TODAY. Stmr Likelike. Weir, for Hawaii ports, at 2 p. m. (Mahukona mail and passengers only). Stmr Kilauea Hou. Everett, for Ha waii ports, at 2 p. m. IN SHIPPING CIRCLES. Several Vessels Arrive From Foreign Ports. Kenll wort In Tj Ke. La lire C urixo ot u- irar for New York Imports and Kxport for the Week. As will be seen from consultation of the imports for the week ending April 3. as found below, the number of bags of sugar falls a little short of last week's record, the reason being the rough weather on the other islands. Judging from the reports, however, the island boats did good work in getting what sugar they brought to Honolulu. The weather has moderated, and next week will undoubtedly see a large increase in the importation of sugar. Following is the complete list of imports and ex ports collected from the records of the Custom House and steamship offices: IMPORTS. From Kauai, per steamer Mikaha'.a Alarm 'vtn 44n nags sugar ana pkgs sundries. From Oahu iorts. per si?a!.i'i Kaala. March 29th 2025 bags sugar and seven jd-.gs sundries. From Maui, per tmr Claudino March 3 ! T4o bags sugar. 494 do potatoes. 203 do corn, 1 k' rse. 2f hog and 1 pkgs sundries. From Port Blakely. per bk Matilda. March .u: 506,739 ft. X. W.. 1S0.2S0 ft. T A G., 5,000 ties. 200.000 shingles. 5.OU0 pickets and 30.000 laths. From Oahu ports, per stmr J. A. Cum mins. March 31: 1.200 bags sugar. From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau. April 1 100S bags sugar. 171 sheep. 372 bags potatoes. 22 bags corn. S:: pig. 1 horse. 2U pkgs hides. 135 pkgs sundries. From Kauai, per stmr Kauai. April 2 7230 bags sugar. From Kauai, per stmr James Makee, April 3 2685 bags sugar. From Hawaii, per stmr Likelike. April 38600 bags sugar. From Oahu ports, per stmr James Makee. April 3 500 bags sugar. 250 bags salt, 700 bags rice. From Oahu ports, per stmr Kaala. April 31312 bags sugar, and 17 pkgs sundries. From Hawaii, per stmr Kilauea Hou. April 3 4353 bags sugar and 49 head cattle. From Kauai, per stmr Ke Au Hou, April 2: 4,060 bags sugar. From Hamakua, per stmr Iwalani, April 1: 4,201 bags sugar and 7 bags coffee. From Kauai, per stmr James Makee. April 1: 2.520 bags sugar. Importers. From San Francisco, per bk Andrew Welch. March 3U: Cargp of general merchandise consigned to King Bros. Castle & Cooke, Ed Hoffschlaegr & Co.. O. S. Swain. C. R. McVeigh, Union Feed Co., Allen & Robinson, Lewers & Cooke, Wm. Norton and C. Brewer & Co. From San Francisco, per O. & O. S. S. Bplgic. March 28: Cargo of general merchandise consign d to H. Hacfcfeld & Co.. H. H. Williams. Wall. Nichols Co., Hawaiian News Co., Thomas G. Thrum and W. F. Reynolds. From the Colonies, per O. S. S. Mari posa: 10 cs beer. 1 cs cigars, 175 lbs fish. 5 cs plants, 31 cs mdse, 276 cr onions, 6cs butter, 360 cocoanuts, 42 cr glass bottles. 135 cr potatoes, 30 cr limes, 10 cr oranges. Consigned to E. Hoffschlager & Co., C. W. Macfariane & Co.. McChesnoy & Sons. P. G. Camari nos. Jas. F. Morgan .Theo .H. Da vies & Co., Wm. G. Irwin & Co.. Henry May & Co., Mclntyre & Bros. From Port Blakely, per bktr.o Skagit, April 2507.872 ft. rough N. V. 76.413 it. dressed N. W. 100,000 shingles consigned to Alkn& Robinson. From Coleta Buena, Chili, per bktne Addenda, April 3: 700 tons nitrate, con signed to H. Hackfeld & Co. From Newcastde, per bk Fortuna April 3: 2.100 tons coal, consigned to the I. L S. N. Co. EXPORTS. For San Francisco, per stmr Maripo sa, April 2 5260 bags sugar, shipped by Wm G Irwin & Co. to John D Spreckels & Bros. Co 22 bags coffee. 16 boxes tomatoes, and 1292 bunches bananas. For New York, per ship Kenilworth. March 3062,572 bags sugar, weighing 7. 725, 811 pounds, valued at $275,000 and shipped by Wm G Irwin & Co. to American Sugar Refinery Co. PASSENGERS. Arrivals. From Kauai, per stmr Kauai, April 2 Mrs F W Glade, child and servant, Miss Greene, J K Farley and three on deck. For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Ki nau. April 3 Volcano: Mrs Bartol. Dr Greene. Mrs Greene, J R Clive. W I War riner. B H Fell, J J Foster and Dr Bowker. Way Ports: J Bower. Miss Lyman. T Wolf. Mr Brown. J W Berg strom, H P Baldwin. H Salzmann, Dr Friedland, W W Apana. Mrs Ahrens and family. W Y Horner. Mrs H Mc Corriston and Mrs Lucas. From Hawaii, ger stmr Likelike.! April 3 Mr McKelvv Mr Estep. and 2 .wu- The Norwegian l;irk Fortuna, .Mikkelsen master, arrived at 7:."'n last evening, -V. days from New castle .X. S. . laden with coal for the . I. s. N. . Following is the captain's report: Sailed Feb. 4: experienced easterly winds dead ahead for 21 days; passed New Zealand Feb. 24. and then struck variable winds; on March , in Int. 335, Ion. H52 w., struck until passing Tahiti 'March t2: thence very light trades; crossed the line in Ion. 152. 4U w.; thence the S.E. trades which continued strong X.K. trades to the islands; sighted land Thursday. The bargentine Addenda, Perry, mas ter, arrrived at 5 p. m. yesterday. 41 days from Coleta Buena. Chili. Follow ing is the captain's report: Sailed Feb ruary 22d; 31 days to the equator, and thence to port, 10 days. After crossing the equator, experienced stronger wind: fine trip throughout; no incidents of note: passed no vessels on the trip The Addenda brought a cargo of nitrate for H. Hackfeld & Co. She was built at Coos Bay. Ore., and was launched October 6th. 1895. starting out immedi at; ly for Kokimbo, Chili, and thence to Coleta Buena. which port she sailed from for Honolulu. Three years ago Captain Perry of the barkentine Addenda, which arrived last evening, passed by this port in th" barkentine Argp. bound to Siberia. She met one of the island steamers off port hove to and gave her some San Francis co mail, to be sent from Honolulu. During the winter of 1893. F. M. Mar tin of Long Reach. West Va.. contracted a sever cold which lft him with a cough. In speaking of how he cured it he says: I used several kinds of cough syrup, but found no relief until I bought a bottle of Chamberlain r Cough R- medy. which relieved nie al most instantly, and in a short timo brought about a complete cure." When troubled with a cough or cold use this remedy and you will not find it neces sary to try several kinds oetore von eel relief. It has been in the mai ket :'oi over twentv years, ana constantly grown in favor and popularity. For sale at 25 and 50 cents per bottle by all druggists and dealers. Benson. Smith & Co.. agents for Hawaiian Isl ands. WHARF AND WAVE. REPORT OF WEATHER BUREAU, April 3. 9 p. m. Temperature 72 deg. ; dew point. 59 deg.; barometer, S0.lt Prospects: Cooler, with rain to follow. AT DIAMOND HEAD SIGNAL ST A TION. April 3, 10 p. m. Weather clean wind fresh, north. The schooner Sarah and Eliza Bailed for oahn porcn yesterday. The schooner Win. Bowden is at the Oceanic wharf taking 'i su The bark Margenthe did not i away yesterday. sh- will leave in a day r so. The steamers Xilauoa Mu and Lik-lik' arrived from Hawaii ports with sngar yesterday. The sloop Kainlani sailed t'r oahu ports with a cargo of gener al merchandise yesterday morn inr. The steamer James M;ik' came in yesterday morning and depart- parlor two bedrooms, dining . , . 1 ; room, kitchen, pantrv. bathroom, ami d again for Kauai ports 111 t he ; one-room cottage in "the yard, on Punch afternOOn bowl street, near the residence of J. Hop- ! ner. Thoroughly repaired and painted. The Adam's boats were out ma- ; $20 per mouth to responsible party ouly. I Annlv at th oftict of aenvering m tne ciiannei vester - day morning. Tin (team launch was along. The James Makee discharged sugar into the Paul Esenberg at the Xunanu street wharf yester day morning. The steamer J. A. Cummins came in yesterday afternoon and sailed again a few hoars later for Waimanalo only. The schooner Kauikeaouli ar rived front Elamakun with 2000 Itajis of sngar yesterday A pleas ant trip was experienced. The schooner Muriel, Carlson master, arrived in Honeipu April 1st, 2- days from La Libertad, San Salvador. She will load sugar for San Francisco. The schooner John 1. North. Rasmussen master, arrived in H noipu March 31st, 17 days from San Francisco, with a cargo of general merchandise. She will load sugar for San Francisco. The schooner Transit, Jorgen sen master, arrived in port yester day morning. 22 days from San Francisco. A pleasant voyage was experienced. The Transit brought a cargo of general mer chandise. The steamer Likelike was char tered yesterday to go out after the ship Roanoke, reported oft' the port early in the day. She left at 1 o'clock this morning with Port Surveyor Sanders. Pilot Macauley and others aboard. J. Thompson, a deserter from the Kate Davenport, now in port, and not J. Thompson, assistant clerk of the Supreme Court, was arrested by Captain EEilbus at the merry-go-round yesterday after- noon He has been away from his ship since March 31st. Thompson is a native Australian. The bark Holliswood hauled over to W'ilder's wharf yesterday morning. She will lake a cargo of sugar t San Francisco, return t this porf with a cargo' of general merchandise. uid then sail for New York with another cargo of sugar. The brig Win. t. Irwin, Wil liams master, arrived in port late yesterday, after ;i trip of 14 days from San Francisco. She brought a full cargo of general merchan dise. The Irwin w ill discharge her cargo and suil Wednesday to load sugar tor San rrancisco at Ma hukona. Knuhane. the aged wharf whis tler and all round noise-maker had a narow escape from drown ing Thursday morning. He slatt ed our on the schooner Kl Roy, bound for Oahu ports, and when about three miles out f 11 over board. rho schooner was going along at a very rapid rate and was unable to stop. A shore boat with several young men out for a sw im happened to be in the vicin ity of Kauhane. When taken into the boat the old fellow was pretty well fa'gged out, but not so much so as to be unable to whistle any of his old t unes. SEALED TENDERS. SEALED tenders will be received by the Hawaiian Gazette Company, up to 12 o'clock, noon, on Tuesday, the 12th. inst.. for cejnenting the floor of the basement of the building occupied by the company. The specifications can be seen at the office of the company. The lowest or any bid not necessarily accepted. THE HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.. Ltd. 4268-3t FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET. T WO nicely furnished rooms in a pri ate family, suitable for two gentle men. Beretania street, near Punch bowl street. Inquire at this office. 4268-tf 20,000 ACRES Coffee LAND SALE. Apl lv Ul S. Norris, Kab'ikn Ranch, Kau. Bnwaii, 4244-lf House To Let or Lease. LARGE PARLOR. DINING ROOM, five bedrooms", bath and patent closet, pan try, kitchen, woodhouse onthou.-e, thor oughly repaired, and large yard: $25 a month to responsible party only. Situated near Nuuanu street, next to residence of Pierre Jones-. Apply at the office of J. ALFRED MAGOON. 423-tf House To Let or Lease. 1 11 - j Aj j.- RED MA GOON. 4253-tf DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP. The co-partnership heretofore exist ing between Albert S. Hartwell, Lorrin A. Thurston and W. L. Stanley is dis solved as of the 31st day of March, by mutual consent, Mr. Hartwell continu ing, in th-Y office over Bishop's Bank. Mr. Thifrston and Mr. Stanley have re moved to the office heretofore occupied by Mr. Hatch, on Kaahumanu street, and will continue under the firm name of Thurston & Stanley. 1745-4t 4264-lw NOTICE PURSUANT TO AN ORDER OF the Board of Directors, made in an open meeting, of the Board upon the 2d of April, A. D. 1896, notice is hereby given that a special meeting of the stockholders of the Kapiolani Park Association has been callpd by the Board of Directors, to be held upon the 7th day of April, A. D. 1896, at 10 a. m., at the offices of Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd., Fort street, Honolulu, to consider and act upon the following proposition, to-wit, to release and convey to the Ha waiian Government for a public park the leaseholds and other property be longing to the Association, forming part of or connected with the property and estate known as Kapiolani Park, and to transact such other business as may be brought before said meeting. W. M. GIFFARD. Secretary Kapiolani Park Association. Honolulu. H. L, April 2d, 1896. 4267-4t Quarterly Meeting C. BREWER & COMPANY, LIMITED. THE REGULAR QUARTERLY meeting of the shareholders of the C. BREWER & CO., Ltd.. will be held at the office of the company in Honolulu on Friday. April 10, 1896, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. E. F. BISHOP, Secretary. Dated Honolulu, April 2, 1S96 4267-lw Administrator's Notice. THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BERN appointed administrator of the estate of William Dean, late of Honolulu. Oahn. de ceased, by order of the Honorable A. Per ry, Circuit Judge of the First Circuit, hereby m itifies ail persons having claims against said estate, to present the snme with the vouchers, duly authenticated , to him, at his office, on Merchant street, Ho nolulu, within six months from the date hereof, or such claims will be forever barred. Ail persons indebted to the said estate are also notified and directed to pay such debt to the administrator onlv Dated Honolulu, March 10,1896. WILLIAM R. CASTLE. Administrator of the Estate of William Dean 4246 1740-4w NOTICE THE UNDERSIGNED give notice that they have special partnership under HEREBY formed a the firm name of the Kamehameha Cider and Vinegar Works, located on Miller street, in Honolulu, island of Oahu, for the purpose of manufacturing and sell ing cider and vinegar, with Mr. Her man Sittenfield as general partner and Mr. G. L. Samson as special partner. Dated Honolulu. April 1, 1896. 4267-4t NOTICE. DURING THE TEMPORAKY AB sence of Mr. C. VVinam, Mr. Hee Cho is hereby authorized to act as Manager of our firm and to sign our firm name YUEN K EE & CO. Honolulu. March 28th, l9j. 4263-lw Election of Officers. At the annual meeting of the stock holders of the Hawaiian Baseball Asso ciation, hld this day, the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: W. F. Allen President M. K. Keohokaole Vice-President J. H. Fisher. . .Secretary and Treasurer J W. Winter Auditor DIRECTORS: FINE FOR H. M. Whitney, Jr.. W. C. Wilder, Jr.,! Anton Perry. J. H. Wodehous. Jr. : J. H. FISHER. Secretary. ( Honolulu, March 31st. 4266-3t! M Steamship Line. Steamers of the above line, rurnUt m connectkM with the Canadian Pacihc Railway Company between Wmctmmt B. C, and Sydney, N. S. W., and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Suva ' (Fiji . Are Due at Honolulu On or about the dates below stated, vft! from Sydney om She for Viclofis oiid KoiKMer. 6. C: S. S. Miowera April 15 , S. S. Warrimoo May 15 S. S. Miowera ...June 15 FrMVMtffMer. il.li s. s. s. s. s. s. Warrimoo . Miowera. . . Warrimoo. . .April 7 . .May 8 . .June 7 Through tickets issued from Honokihi to Canada, United States and Europe. For Freight and Passage and all general information apply to Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd., GEKERAL AGENTS. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. For San Francisco: The New and Fine At Steel Steamshrp "MONOWAI" Of the Oceanic Steamship Company wfW be due at Honolulu from Sydney and Auck land on or about APRIL 30th, And will leave for the above port with Mails and Passengers on or about that date. For Sydney and Auckland: The New and Fine Ai Steel Steamship "ALAMEDA" Of the Oceanic Steamship Company wtfl be due at Honolulu from San Francisco ea or about APRIL 9th, And will have prompt dispatch with Mail and Passengers for the above ports. The UadersUaed Are Now to Isaue spared Through Tickets to All Points IN THE UNITED STATES. For further particulars regarding Freight or Passage appfy to General Agents. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. TIME TABLE. LOCAL LINE. S.S.AUSTRALIA From 8. F. For S. F. Mar. 16, f9S Mar. ?lf 9H' April 13, '96 April 15, '96 THROUGH LINE From S. F. fmr Fvmb Sydney far Sydy. S. F. ' mwrvm Monotuhi. I eav HaejcAfe. Monowai Mar 12'96j Alameda Mar 5' 96 Alameda Apr 9 r96 Mariposa Apr 2 '96 Mariposa May 7 '96 Monowai Apr 30 '96 CLUB HACK STAND. Corner King and Bethel Streets. TELEPHONE. No. 176. 4JoO .-,, Sydney ill 10 we. I. G. II I CO., conso ilea Soda Wats works LIMITED, Fsnlmadp A) KsPIanade' 0Qraer ? and Fort Street,. HOLU8TEK rn Agents.