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Daily Bulletin. Issued every evening (except Sundays). Daniel

Logan, Editor and Manager. Office, Merchant street. Hawaiian Gazette (Weekly). Issued on Tuesdays. H. M. Whit

ney, Manager. Office on Merchant street. The Friend. Issued on the first of each month. Rev. S. E. Bishop,

Editor. Office, Press Club Publishing Company, Bethel street. Planters' Monthly. Issued on the 15th of each month. H. M.

Whitney, Editor. Office, Merchant street. Honolulu Diocesan Magazine. Published under direction of the

Bishop of Honolulu. Anglican Church Chronicle. Issued the first Saturday of every

month. Rev. A. Mackintosh, Editor. Paradise of the Pacific. Issued the middle of every month. Frank

Godfrey, Editor. Office, King street. The Hawaiian Almanac and Annual. T. G. Thrum, Publisher,

Office, Fort street, near Hotel street.
Kuokoa (native). Issued every Saturday morning.
Ka Leo (Hawaiian-daily). John E. Bush, Editor and Proprietor.

Office, Printers Lane.
O Luso Hawaiiano (Portuguese). Issued weekly.
Hawaiian-Chinese News. Issued weekly.

PLACES OF WORSHIP.
Central Union Church (Congregational), corner of Beretania and

Richard streets, Rev. E. G. Beckwith, D. D., Pastor. Service every Sunday at 11 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. Sunday-School meets one hour before morning service. Prayer meeting, Wednes

day evenings at 7:30. Notre Dame du Paix (Roman Catholic) Cathedral. Fort street,

near Beretania. Reys. Leonor and Clement. Services Sunday at 5 and 10 A. M. and 4:30 P. M. Low Mass every day at 6 and 7

A. M. High Mass Sundays and Saints' days at 10 A. M. St. Andrew's (Episcopal) Cathedral. Entrances on Emma street,

Beretania street (opposite Hawaiian Hotel) and Emma Square. Clergy , Rt. Rev. Bishop Willis, Revs. Alexander Mackintosh, Vincent H. Kitcat. Services on Sunday-First congregation: Holy Communion at 6:30 A.M.; Morning prayer, with sermon, at 9:30 A .M.; Hawaiian Evensong, 3:30 P. M; Evening prayer, with sermon, 6 P. M.; Holy Communion at 9:30 A. M. the last Sunday in each month; Sunday-school at 11 A.M.; Daily prayer at 7 A.M. and 5 P.M. Second Congregation Services on Sunday: Morning prayer with sermon, 11:15 A.M.; Evening prayer with sermon, 7:30 P.M.; Holy Communion first Sunday in month at 11:15 A.M.; Sunday-school at 10 A.M.; Evening prayer, with address, every Wednesday at 7:30 P.M. Chinese Congregation,

in charge; Services on Sunday at 11:15 A.M. and 7:30 P.M.; Evening prayer every Wednesday at 7:30 P.M. Christian Chinese Church, Fort street.

-, Acting Pastor. Services every Sunday at 10:30 A.M. and 7:30 P.M.

Hawaiian (Native) Churches. Kawaiahao Church (Congregational), corner King and Punchbowl

streets, Rev. H. H. Parker, Pastor. Services in Hawaiian every Sunday at 11 A.M., and at 7:30 on Sunday evening, alternating with Kaumakapili. Sunday-school at 10 A. M. Prayer

meeting Wednesday at 7:30 P.M. Kaumakapili Church (Congregational), Beretania street, near Mau

nakea. Rev. J. Waiamau, Pastor. Services in Hawaiian every Sunday at 10:30 A.M., and 7:30 P.M., alternating with Kawaiahao. Sunday-school at 9:30 A.M. Prayer-meeting every Wednesday at 7:30 P.M.

FOREIGN PASSAGE RATES. Cabin passage per steamer, Honolulu and San Francisco, $75;

round trip tickets, good for 3 months, $125. Steerage passage per steamer, Honolulu and San Francisco, $25. Cabin passage per steamer, Honolulu to Hongkong or Japan, $250. Steerage passage per steamer, Honolulu to Japan, $35. Cabin passage per sail, Honolulu to Hongkong, $60. Steamers to and from San Francisco are two every four weeks

one direct and return, the other en route to or from Australia

and New Zealand. All through passengers are given a stop-over privilege on applica

tion to the Steamship Company, and as the direct Island steamer sails 10 days before the through steamer, it gives a

tourist plenty of time to see considerable of Hawaii. Steamers from San Francisco to Japan and China, or vice versa, occasionally touch off port en route.

INTER-ISLAND PASSAGE RATES.

Cabin Passage per Steamer, from Honolulu to Lahaina, Maui...........

.............$ 5 00 Kahului, Maui.........

.............. 6 00

600

... 10 00

10 00

12 00

Maalaea, Maui........... .....
Makena, Maui.
Hana, Maui ................

6 00 Mahukona, Hawaii ........

.. 10 00 Kawaihae, Hawaii .

... 10 00 Kukuihaele, Honokaa, or Paauhau, Hawaii............. Laupahoehoe, Hawaii............

12 50 Hilo, Hawaii ........

.. 12 50 Kailua, Hawaii ................

..... 10 00 Kealakekua, Hawaii Honuapo, Hawaii .....

..... 12 00 Punaluu, Hawaii .............. Koloa, Kauai .................

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6.00 Nawiliwili, Kauai........... Hanalei, Kauai Kilauea, Kauai ..............

6 00 Kapaa, Kauai ............... ..........

............................... 6 00 The Mikahala, in her Kauai route, takes in Niihau once a month.

Round trip tickets may be obtained at a fair reduction, with privilege of getting off at any port along the route.

CARRIAGE FARE. Carriage fare from steamer to hotel, each passenger.............. $ 25 Carriage fare per hour, one passenger ..................................... 1 50 Carriage fare per hour, two passengers ...........

2 00 For each additional hour, 50 cents for each passenger; when

more than one............ Specially for the Pali, one passenger each way ...................... 3 00

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The above rates are for between the hours of 5 A. M. to 11 P. M. All other hours the rates of fare are doubled. No driver is compelled to take a single fare for the Park or Pali, except by special bargain. When two or more offer, the regular rates must be accepted.

Good saddle horses may be had by the hour or day.

HAWAIIAN SUGAR PLANTATIONS. The reciprocity treaty between the United States and Hawaii, which took effect in 1876, gave a great impetus to the sugar industry, as was expected. The capital which was invested in the business naturally came chiefly from America, and statistics which have been published show that three-fifths of the capital is owned by Americans resident here or in the United States. As the subject is one of great interest, in which tourists will naturally seek for the facts, some statistics, originally prepared for and published in the Planters' Monthly, will be read with satisfaction.

The tables here given will be found as complete and accurate as it is possible to make such statements. Four sugar estates incorporated in California

—the Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar Company, Hana Sugar Company, Hutchinson Sugar Company, and Hakalau Sugar Company–have capitals out of proportion to the remaining sugar plantations and to the corporate values of this country, and may be rated too high, while a large number of the remaining estates are valued too low. Taken altogether, thirty-three millions may fairly represent the money value of the sugar interests of the country.

Regarding nationality, it ought to be stated that the present owners are classed as their fathers were, whether American, British, German, etc., and this seems to be the only rule which can equitably be adopted. The treaty was made to benefit American

and Hawaiian interests alike; and calling these the same, the joint interest of the two nationalities amounts to more than three-fourths of the whole.

HAWAIIAN SUGAR CORPORATIONS.

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Haw.Com. & Sugar Co. $10,000,000 100,000 $10,000,000
Hakalau Plantat'n Co. 1,000,000 10,000 1,000,000
Hutchinson Plan. Co. 1,000,000 10,000 750,000 $250,000
Hilo Sugar Co....

500,000 5,000 350,000 150,000 Hilea Sugar Co........

300,000 600 178,000 122,000 Kilauoa Sugar Co..... 300,000

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300,000 Waikapu Planta'n Co.! 250,000! 2,500 123,100 126,900 Ookala Sugar Co..... 200,000 2,000 42,500

157,500 Olowalu Sugar Co..... 150,000 1,500 72,500 24,100 $42,000

, *$5,000

(1 6,400 Reciprocity Sugar Co. 100,000 1,000 32,700 13,000 5,000 $48,300 * 1,000 Paia Plantation Co... 750.000 7,500 717,800 20,000 12,200 Haiku Sugar Co...

500,000 5,000 499,000 1,000 Kohala Sugar Co....

480.000 960 426,000 48,000 6,000 Honokaa Sugar Co.... 200,000 2,00)

95,000 84,000 1,000 200,000 2,000 71,100 62,100 66,800. Hana Plantation Co.. 3,000,000 30,000 3,000,000 Heeia Sugar Co....., 150,000 1,500 112,500 Laupahoehoe Sug. Co. 500,000 5,000

500,000 Waiakea Mill Co..... 300,000 3,000

300,000 Hamakua Mill Co.... 240,000 2,400

240,000 Union Mill Co......... 160,000

155,000

5,000 Koloa Sugar Co. .... 200,000 200 12.000

188,000 Kukaiau Planta'n Co. 120,000

120,000 Kipahulu Sugar Co... 80,000 ...... Waimea Sugar Mill Co. 70,000 ......

70,000 Waimanalo Sugar Co. 180,000 1,800 48,300 7,000 16,200 108,100 Waianae Sugar Co... 255,000 2,550 71,000 18,800 102,100 63,100 Princeville Plan. Co.. 240,000 2,400 193,600 16,400 30,000 Wailuku Sugar Co... 265,000 2,650 235,500 29,500

12,000 Haw. Agricultural Co. 436,000 4,360 Makee Sugar Co....

500,000 5,000

500,000 Honomu Sugar Co.... 200,000 2,000 161,100 23,900 15,000 Waihee Sugar Co.

250,000 2,500

250,000 Onomea Sugar Co..... 500.000 5.000 Paukaa Sugar Co..... 84,990 8,499 37.5101 46.630

850 Makaweli Sugar Co... 2,000,000 20,000 1,415,000 569,500 15,500... Ewa Plantation Co....

500,000 5,000 '458,600 14,400 25,500 500 + 1,000 Kahuku Plantat'n Co. 500,000 5,000 253,500 150,000 38,500 27,500 *30,500

Totals........... $26,460, 990 ....... $22,033,610 $3,494,730 $796,800 $254,350 $81,800

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NOTE.-* Indicates Chinese owners; † Portuguese ; 1 Chilean.

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