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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH 2, 1895.
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Wholesale j Retail.
rm. i. i.tNH "f
Sill and Gottoo Drets Goods,
Silk, Lidkb :iwl Crape. Stairls
- OK COMPLETE BTOI'K -Made
by Yatuatoya ot Ynkobniii
When yoa nre In need ol uy line
of Japanese Goods, giro us Qrsl rail and
are soing an arouna town
SOS Fort Ot-, xlz Cutm IIsuk
It Has Fallen.
That leaning cocoanut tree on
Waikiki road, which was much raved
at in the- press, for its threatening to
fall and break tho "cocoanut" of
some hapless passongor, did fall
about two weeks ago, and this is tho
first newspaper mention of the oc
currence. It carried away a few
telephono wires and obstructed part
of the road, but tho protruding head
ot the trco was cut off and it is now
as dead for mischief as tho Nowloiu
Bound for Vancouver.
Tho S. S. Miowora will bo duo
from the Colonies via Fiji on Mon
day noxt, en route to Vancouver, B.
G. The following havo takon out
passports at the Custom Uou30 to
loavo ou her for British Columbia:
It. Buckloy, W.Stauloy. C. L. Ross,
T. Stevenson, Dr. Brodlo, Hosa An
drado aud Miss M. A. Carroll.
Wilder's Steamship Co.
D1DNT KNOW BIS LOSS.
IUf. ' 0. 1,. WIGHT, Pres. 8 H. HOSK, eeo.
, (.'apt. J. A KINO, 1'ort Bnpt.
Real Estate and Loans!
Tlio enlargement ot the LOAN Market
so as to cover the wants and necessities of
the lare number of honorable people who
nre not owners of unincumbered Itcal
Kstate was one of tho most necessary Inno
vations of recent yean. To many it has
meant relief from pressing clnlms nt tho
very time when most essential. When
properly and honorably conducted this
business is of equally great Importance
and value to tho community as iiulldliiB
and I-onn Associations havo proved them
tielvcs to be.
The Hawaiian Investmeat Co,
Makes a tpcclalty of Negotiating and Pro
curing 1inns for llorrowcrs who nro un
able to discount their Notes at the llnnks
and who do not care to obligate them
selves to some friend or acuuaintanoo by
asking his endorsements to their Note.
This Company will make Ixans upon
Household Furnlturo, Pianos. Organs.
Hor&cs, Mules, Wagons, Carriages ami
Personal Property without removing tho
Property from the Borrower's possctslon,
and all business will b conducted on a
STUIOTLY CONFIDENTIAL BASIS.
The Hawaiian Uvefttment Co.,
General Real Estate Agents,
13 and IS Kaahumana Btrtets,
(N.ar Post Office )
Notary Public. Mutual Telrphone 639.
A New Business!
Real Estate 1
I am now prepared to
transact business that may
be entrusted to my care
with promptness mid dis
patch. Collections made,
Buildings Insured against
loss from fire. Real Estate
properly cored for.
' CLARKE, Commander.
' Will leave Honolulu at 2 r. ., touching at
I Lahalna, Maalaea Bay and Makena the
same day; Mahukona, Kawaihae and Lau-
pahoehoe the following day arriving? at
Ullo the sanio evening
One of Captain Lai sen's Latest Cases
A very peculiar case came to
light tho ottaor day. Detective Lar
Bjn asKed oflicer Patterson to jump
into his rig and tako a ride. The
officer consented and tho two drove
to Punchbowl. Larson stopped at
a houso and wont in and askeil if
any monoy had been stolen from
that place recently. The owuor an
swered that they had mUsed no
money. Lumen wont out and pass
ed on to a third houie, ignoring the
second building. Natives occupied
this house. They said they had lost
nono. The detective returned to
tho second house, which was found
to bo owned by a florist named
Silva, a Portuguese. Silva was ask
ed if he missed any money aud ho
avo tho same reply as the othors.
Larson walked out aud was about to
leavo when Silva ran out crying,
"Yes, yes, I Iofo moneel" The do
tectivo relumed aud asked him how
much ho had lost. Silva answered
about $40 iu gold. Larfun asked
him if ho had lost any silver, and
Silva answered no. After awhile,
howovor, Silva said, ''Wait, I go see."
lie roturned in n moment with an
old earthen teapot. He had made a
second discovery. A lot of silver
dollars and small pieces which ho
had put iu the pot had boon taken.
Tho detective had strong suspi
cions and protty clear ovideuce as to
who had robbed tho Portuguese,
but next day he was discharged from
RUSSIAN WAR QO)NQ.
Friday . .
Fri.iay . .,
. Mar. 1
. Mr. 22
. May 3
. June 23
, .Nov. 28
Friday"! Mar. 8
TiiKKday ....Mar. 10
Friday Mar. 2
Tuosday. ..April 0
Friday A pill 10
Tuerdny. ... April 10
Friday May 10
Tuesday May 21
hriday May 81
Tuosday ....June II
Friday June 21
Tuo day.... July 2
Friday..... July 12
Tuesday July 23
Friday Aug. 2
Tuesday ....Aug. 13
Friday Aug. Zi
Tuesday.... Fcpt 3
Friday Kept. 13
Friday Oc . 4
Tntsdsy Oct, 10
Friday. Oct. 21
Tuesday ....Nor. 6
Frio ay Nov. 15
Friday Deo. 0
Tuesday .... Vt c. 17
Friday Dec. 27
Bei.l Tku 881. .JcTOiL Tul, 607.
P. O. BOX 321.
Ueturnlug, will leave Hllo at 1 o'clock
r. m., touching at Lau pahoehoe, Mahu
kona and Kawaihae same da v: Makena.
Maalaea Bay anl Lahalna the following
i day: arriving at Honolulu the afternoons
of Tuesdajs and Fridaya
mW No Freight will be received lwr
j 12 noon on day of sailing
I Stmr. CLAUDINE,
I Will leave Honolulu Ttiesdaj b at ft r. if.,
touching at Kahnlul. Hnnn, Uamoa and
1 Klpahulu, Maul. Iteturning rrlvs at
I Honolulu Hnnday mornings
i Will oll at Nuu. Kmp, on leeond tilp
I ot oai-h month.
1 gtf No Freight will be reonWful after
r. . tin aay ot sailing.
This Company will reserves tho right to
make changes in the time of dcpartuie and
arrival of Its steamers without notice and
it will not be responsible for any o use
quences arising therefrom.
Consignees must bo nt tho Landings to
receive their Freight; Hi's Company will
not hold itself responsible for freight after
it has bcon landed.
Live Stock only at owner's risk.
This Company will not be responsible for
Money or Valuables of passengers unless
placed in the care of Pursers.
Passengers arn requested to purchase
tickets bjforo embarking. Those failing to
do so will be subject to an additional
chargo ot twenty-live per com.
IBS ft ISO FORT BTREKT.
IN ALL 1T8
Orders from the other Islands in
Bnlldlng, Trimming, Painting, Etc., Etc.,
Promptly Attended to.
"W V. WTHGIIT, Puor.
IHurcesMir to O, WestO
BACK AOA'N TO WORE.
1ST. F, BTTDELGKESS
Is again prepared to repvr GnHn Hose,
Bp'fnklfrs, Wafer Tap. pf. Kaw Fllitiif
and all kind" "f To-Is slnrpned, Inoliv
ine (Irving Knives Hnn BrWors; Lawn
Mo er h i ecl ti : alo B't'lng Glaus; in
foetal kinds of j hblng. Work called for
and Miipfd Itme np 1.13 Mutual Tela
phtme any tin e befor 0 a.m. 1170tf
Wm. U. lrwiu
W. M. dlflard,
Thao. O. Portat
PmslrtBiil ana Manager
BeoreUry and Treasaror
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OF BAN FHANOIBOO. OAL.
HO YEN KEB & CO..
41 Nunauu HtrKoi
Tinsmiths, Plum hi dq, etc.
I'UMPKWKY and ni.ARRWA ItK
EDISON'S KINliTOSOOPE !
FOIt TEN ( 0) ' KNIS YOU OAN SEE
ihe Urentnt Marvel of Seizure.
TO-I)AY-"Tho Boxing Cats."
Subject cliMigcd dally at Unit
it OmpHuy'8, llolel street. Kxhlbltlon
hours; Da. m. toOru. 12A2-tt
Saturday, March 2.
Am bk Albert, Orllliths, for San Franclico
Bohr Allen Cooke, Fenhallow, for San
Vessels Loavlni; To-morrow
Br tchr Mascot, Lornnz, for a cruise
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, for ban Frar.cUco
Vowels Leaving Monday.
Stmr Kaala for Walnnao, Walalua aud Mo-
Stmr Iwalanl for Kauai otlnni
dtmi Mokolli for Molokal ana Lanal
OarKOOi from Island Ports.
81 mr Kaala 1715 hags sugar.
Stmr Kcauhou 10 ) bags sugar.
Stmr lwalunl 50U0 bags sugar uud 60 pkgs
Stmr Mlkahala 5070 bags sugar, 1 horse
and 22 pkgs sundries
From Kauai, per stmr Iwalanl, March 2
It Cntton, F Dotiso, Frank C Bertehnann
and 4 deck.
From Kauai, pr stmr Mlkahala, March
2-UrHnivey, MrsUr Harvey, W II Itlce,
J F Hackfcld, H A l'armelee, MrsToms, A
Knudten find 13 deck.
For San Franclsro, per bk Albert, March
2-0 K Ooodli, Mrs W Q Morrison, Mr
and Mrs J Pope Uowatt aud 3n, Fred
Harrison, wife aud 6 children,
The birk Ceyl n, Calhoun master, will
sail to-moriow for San Francisco. She
had ou bom d this furenoon 10,171 bags
The bark Albert, Grilllths matter, sailed
to-iixy for San Francisco with 10,27 bags
nf sugir, shipped as follow; 13,b02 bags,
II lluekfHld A- Co ; 3S25 tugs. M. 8 Grfii
liiuini k Co. Domestic value, $71,708 12.
The British schooner Muscot, Captain
V. 1 1 fM l.orenz, will leuve fur ft hunting
and lUhlug crit'se In the Nur'h 1'itclllo
Ocean io-iuotow lle"-ld-s hor biillHst,
hu tlngnndll hlng otltlU, she will have
on Ixxrd 1 l'ae whiikuy and 2 cities I'alm
The cchooner Allen Cooko, Captain Ten.
hiillovv, n.llid this fiiiuuniiu for San Frnn
cin'o vlth u full turno of sugtr. Mis. It.
lowers. Mm Suhmldt, Mrs. Ood'rey, the
Mioses Sontiiton went ut the whurf n ex
change goodbyes with the p pttlur skip.
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
Steamers of the nbovo Lino, running In connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Hptwcen Vntirnnvrr, B. (!., and Bydney, N. 8. W.. and railing at Virions. 11 '.,
Honoluln and Bnva FII,
A.REC DXJHJ A.T HONOLULU
On or nlunt Ihe dates below stated, viz :
From Bydney ttnd Suva, for Victoria
and Vancouver, B. C:
Btmr"MIOWEItA" March 3
Btmr "WARklMOO" April!
Btmr"MIOWEitA,, May 1
Natlvoa nro Playing tho Oama With
Within tho past few days small
knots of natives havo boon soon
around tho city front at different
, placos. Tlioro are about four or five
in each crowd. They Foomed to bo
intent on playing somo kind of
gntno. Yesterday, after a ood deal
of trouble, tho polico was informed
, that tho natives were engaged in a
gambling game known as tho "Rus
sian War." It was almost impossi
ble to play tho game uptown aud
they decided to go to the wharf and
' move about tho city front. Yestor
day tho game was played near tho
Fishmarket, aud to day it was run-
1 niug in full blast among the lumber
puus uear tnu uceauiu wusn, xuo
police have been unable to get near
enough to seize the gamesters, as
the natives nave spies stationed, who
?' ;ivo the alarm if a stranger or po
BATunoAY. March 2.
Stmr Mlkahala from Kauai
Htmr Iwalanl from Kauai
Stmr Keanhou from Makawcl!
Stmr Kauln from Kahuku
From Victoria and Vautouv,i, H O.,
for Suva and Sydney!
Btmr'IOWERA", March 24
Btmr' WAMUMOtf" April 24
Tnrongta Tickets uuraed trom HonolnU lo Cauda, Onlted States od P.nrope.
'ISlUnt AHO rAHAIKOER AUCHTSt
U. MoNIOOLL, Montreal, Canada.
BOBEHT KERR, Winnipeg, Canada
M. M. BTERN, Ban Franchico, Csl.
O. McL. BROWN, Vancouver, B. 0.
For Freight and Passage and all
Ueneral Information, apply to
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd,
Jgenltor the Hawaiian htandt.
Oceanic Steamship Go.
Australian Mail Seme.
KfiF fnrihalli T4lnlam. .....
Krright or Passage apply to
WM. Q. IRWIN A CO., Ltd.,
i-wi Oeneral AgeaU.
Oceanic Steamship Go.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arrive Honolulu iare Uononui,
from 8. F. for B. F.
March 18 March 20
Apr! 8 April 13
May 3 Mat 8
May 27 Junes
June 21 June n
July IS July 2(1
Sept 2 Sept 7
Sept. 80 Oct. 2
Oot.21 Oct. 27
Nov. 15 Nov. 2U
from San Francisco From Bydney lot
for Bydney. Ban Francisco
Arrive Honolulu Leave Honolulu.
MAIUPOSA.Mar.il J ARAWA ....Mar. 7
ARAWA....Air.ll I ALAMEDA.. Apr. 4
ALAMEDA.. May 0 MARIPOSA.. May 2
Ma.UlPOSA..JuneO ARAWA, ...May 80
ARAWA ...July 4 I ALAMEDA,June27
ALAMKl)A..An(j. 1 ( MARIPOSA. July 25
MARU08A.Aur.20 ARAWA. fl.AUK,22
ARAWA. ...Bept. 201 ALAMHDA.Bpt. 19
ALAMKDA. Oct 24 1 MARIPOSA .Ooul7
General Business Agent
Writer, ColUctor and Copyist.
1IOUSKS - AND - 1IOOJIS
leased ami Itented.
A Thorottish Knowledge of Town, Conntry
PR0HI8E6 SATIhFACTIOM TO PATI10KS,
C4a Ofllce wltli A. P. Pet'rson, Kanhn
irnuu streot. 1207-lm
For 8an Franciscu .
I'hr New and Fine Al Steel HU-mtirmi
Ut the Oceanio Steamship Company win
be due at Honolulu from Sydntiv iint Auck
land on or about
And will leave for the above purl with
Malls aud Passengers on or about thnldat.
For Sydney and Auckland :
CUf New and Fine Al Steel Stnamith'i
Ol the Oceanio Bteamtmi i.'i'unmtij will ,
be due at Honoluln. fro;i rtnu FraimlM-o
on or about
March 14 ih
And will have prompt desiiatcn with
Malls and Passengers (or the sbove ports.
The audersigned are now prepared to Istua
rUBOUOH TICKETS 10 ALL POINTS
IH TBI DHIIID STATES
Pacific Mail S.S. Go.
Ominentai and Unenial S. S Co,
For TOIOHAMA ani H0NQI0N0.
Steamers of the above Companies will
caU at Honoluln on their way to the above
porta on or about the following dates:
Stmr "CITY OF
Stmr "CITY OF
Stmr "CITY OF
April 2. IKM
April SO, 1805
, Juno 1,1805
July 10, 1895
....September 11), ibii.5
October , 1S'J5
November 2D, ISM
December 2p, W
tor SAN FUANCiSCU
bteamen of the abuve Ooupanies will
all at Honoinln on their way from Hong
itonn and Yokohama to the above port on
or sbont the following dates:
6tmr"PKRU" March 29, 1895
ntror"OAKUr" April 28, , 1JW
Stmr 'CHINA" May 20, 1885
Btmr COPTIC" June 17 1805
July 17, 1805
Btmr "BKLG1C" August 1805
Stmr "CITY OF KIO mc JANE1KO"
September 0, 1805
Stmr "CHINA" October 0, 1805
Stmr "COPTIC" November 6, 1805
Stmr "CITY OF PEKING" ..
December 0, 1803
Btmr "COPTIC" January 16, 1WW
Btmr ' CHINA" February 24, 1800
imS or PASSAGE IBB AS FOLLOWS:
ra toko- ro doso.
Oabiu 1150 Ot (175 00
Cabin, round trip 1
months . 0" ia H2 50
Cabin, round trip IS
months MIX 116 25
European 8Urag Wi (Xi 100 00
Passengers nevlns Inll Ihih will h
allowed 10 percent otrreturn far If return
Ins within twnlre months
tW Koi Freight and PaknitKe apply tu
H. UACKFELD & CO.,
At Waikiki on car line aud on Palama
Itoad near Fertilising Plant. These Lota
are Very Cheap and Sold on easy tortus.
Desirable Acre Tracts near the city and
other Properties for Sale.
DKUOH WARING & CO.,
Dealers in Lots and Lands,
1211-tf 5fi3 Fort Street, near King.
METROPOLITAN MEAT GO,,
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
6. J. Wali.br.
PjucTroAL Gun Makeu.
Will tin any kind of Itepslrlng to Fire
arms, n'sn Drowning and Illuelng. Satis
faction guaranteed. Union streft, nearly
oppos te No. 2 F re Knplne Station.
i - hi .i,i.. , ., a
A.TAilfTFN Manufacturer of Fancy
. UAUUCiil, Wroucht Iron Fences
for llnrlal Lots, Residences, Gardens, Dal
routes, eto. Union ttreet, nearly opposite
Hell Tower. 1175-tf