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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 8, 1896.
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STKAHIKIl KINAI' AHItlVES 1'llOM
tin: volcano ism:..
The Iwalanl Bring the Honokaa
Sneir-Nteamtr Kcanhon to !.
haluaOther Ncxra Alone
shore To -day.
Tito bark Santiago Mill at Hllo.
Fine weather on the Hatnaktia const.
Tlic Italian crultcr Clirltforo Colombo It
I.lner Mariposa enroute to tlie eoant from
tlie Colonies U duo tomorrow morning.
Tlio Mi'iuntlilp Ktnati brought In a large
Hit of passenger and a small freight from
Hawaii jeMcrilaj afternoon.
Tomorrow, Thursday lilch tide largo at
0 mm lihrji tide Final! at J0.JI5 p m; low tide
law 4:5!! p in; low tide email 0:48 ft m.
Walplo gulch linn changed Ub name to Sal
vation liarbor. Purser Oruliu U the bead ic
vlvaiist of the army now located at that
The popular barkcntinc S N Cattle, captain
Ilubbaid, b' ivm fur Sun Francisco tomorrow
morning W 0 Ii win it Company arc the
The Iwnlnnl with 2000 sacks of Labnlna
sugar for the Hackfeld Company nnd!:GC7
sacks of llomakua sugar lor Scuaeicr t Com
pany came In last CTcnlug.
The snpnr season has opened with ft rush.
Both the Intcr-lsland and Wlldir Steamship
Comimnies are well equipped and will bu able
to handle the crop with all the expedition
needful. The new steamer for the lnter-Isl-and
Company which is building on the Sound
wfll be l ere In time for ucxt season's sugar.
The ocean w barf at l'ort Los Angeles Is
dlttnnt from jiantn .Monica about livo miles.
It h about -17 Hi feet In length, and for IiXiO
feet at tuc outer end It Is 1!U feet wide. It
F olnts southwest by west, in latitude til deg,
mln, 20 sec north, and longitude 117 dog :w
niln, 20 see west, Santa Monica Hay. Tlie
depth of water along the outer luuufrctof
the wharf at high tide Is about 40 feet, with a
rise and fall of tide from live to eight feet.
There is being prepared at the Brooklyn
Navy Yard an electrical device lor signaling
at sea which piesents novel features. It Is n
frame 3f feet smiare, with lights so arranged
as to show all the. letter, of the alphabet as
they arc Illuminated one after the other by
electric connection with a circuit for each.
It Is claimed that the letters will bo Islble
at a dlstan; ,, t(,n miles, mid a sea trial will
he ,vcn as soon as the apparatus Is com
pleted. The New York agent of ono of the big
steamship lines snts It costs nt least $25,0oi)
n year to kwp one of the larger passenger
boats painted and cleaned. Every time one
of the liner comes Into port the uhlp'n paint
er sets a force of sUty or seventy men ut
viork. Tlie chip's side and funnels am blacked
again and the masts and white work of the
deck lepalnted. For a vessel the size of the
St I.ouis the cost or this repainting Is between
ViOO and tlifli) a trip. The purpose Is la part
topnserve tliematcrl.il, but chiefly to aid
the looks of the craft. The alt wattr (ImUIuc
acnltist the ship rapidly scales oft" the paint,
when a vessel gets in on Saturday morning
the painters arc kept busy uutll Monday night
putting her In trial,
Stmr KIumi, Clarke, from Maut and Ha
waii. 8tmr Iwalanl, Bmrthc, from l.ahalna,
Stmr Kaala, Thompson, for Oaliu ports.
Stmr Kcauuou,, Thompson, for I.abalna,
Stmr I.lkellkc, Wclsbarth, for Olowaln,
1'aauhau and Ookala.
Stmr KUanca Hou, Everett, for Kukalau
Stnu Lehua, Njc, for Tlakalau, Tohaku
raanu, Ilououiu and l'cpeekeo,
From Honokaa, per stmr Iwalanl, January
7 Mrs (irate aud children.
From Hawaii and Maui, per stmr Klnam
Januiry 7 E F Iilshop, Judge 11 E Cooper,
J W Jones, O P Wilder, N'lgel Jackson, Mrs
Oco Weight, 3 children and two servants,
Miss A llorden, It I.lshman, Y Kawuguchl,
MIssCN I.cel.oy. Mrs J 0 Lorenscn, Mrs
W O Walker, Miss McKinley, E Horner,
Miss A Aklna. Master E Aklna, Mrs K H
(' Wallace and child, Mrs J D Holt and child,
E Donsett, W F I'ogue, II I' Baldwin. S T
Alexander, Gto V. Smithies and wife, Miss M
Bcarluuml.'2 on deck.
t'sBSHNOI Its UEPAItTtD
For Maul, per stmr Claudlnc, January 7
Miss II F. Eastman, J AKoderlgnez, Mr'Verts,
DCnlvllle, ii K Ovcrend, C von Hurnm, C
DWrlls, J A Mo. re, S Heaiiy, E Yueng,
Mrs I' l.ang bee nud two children aud Mrs
For Kupa.i, per stmr James Makee, Jan 7
ForKoolau, per 'inr Kaala, Jan 7 Mrs
Am bkln 9 N Castle, Hubbard, for San
FrainlM'u, Thursday, Jan It, at 11) am.
Stmr IuaUul, fmyllie, for I.ahulna, Kukul
haeleaiid llonokiiuwTliuiUay. Jauuary P, at
Stmr Rlnau, Clurke, for Lnhalna, Msalaea
Mukenn, Mulmkiinn Kanaihae, l.aunuhoe
hoe. l'epeeku), Onomca, TapaUou and Hllo,
Friday, dun ", " " m.
FerKlnau 15? sheep, 8 bales woo, 55
hldrs, S bids tallow, 1 mule, 237 bags pota
toes, I6C corn, 170 pkgs sundries.
Per Iwalanl IC07 sks sugar, 5t bills hides
and 8 pkgs tundrles.
VEB3KI.I IN I'OHT.
H B M 8 Wild Swan, Napier, Esquimau.
UUP Bennington. I'iirmau.Marelslaud.
U 8 8 Baltimore, Day.
It rmler Chrlstoloro Colombo, licrtsllnl,
(Coasters not lueluded In this list.)
Am bk Albert, (Jrltllth, 8 F.
Am bkt S N Castle, Hubbard, 8 F.
Am bk Andrew Welch, Drew, 8. I .
Am bktn Willie 11 Hnmo.Bridginan.Ncwcastle
Br bk Tain ()' hunter, Seabody.Newcastlo
AmbkMurthal)ilB, Sun Francisco.
Ger bk II Hackfeld, Barber, N Y,
1 0 UlUH
O. L. WIGHT, 1'rcs. S. B. 1103E, Seo.
Capt. J. A. KINO, l'ort Supt.
Will leavo Honolulu at 2 p. m., touching at
Lahainn, Mnnlnca Day ami Mukcua tlio
samo day: Mnhnkonn, Knwnihaonnd Lau
pnhoehoo tlio following day, arriving tit
IHIo the samo eveuiug.
LKAVKS 1IONOI.Q1D. ARRIVES H0N0MJLTJ.
a unit, wu iu rriiiiiv uuii 1
Tuesday Jan 21 Tuesday Jnu 28
Fridny Jaw 31 J Friday Feb 7
Tuesday Feb 11 I Tuesday Feb 18
Friday Jan 10
Friday Jan ,
Friday leli 21 Friday 'Feb 23
Iloturning, will leavo Hilo ut 1 o'clock
P. M., touching nt Laupaliocuoo, Malm
kona and Kawailiao Bamo dayj Mnkenn,
Maalaen Hay nud T.almlnn tlio following
day; arriving nt Honolulu tlio nfternooua
of 'rmwdny nud FridayH.
f&So Freight will ho received after
12 noon on day of Railing.
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday at 5r.it.,
touching at Kahului, Ilaun, Hamoa nud
Kipuhulu, Maui. Itcturniug atTivcs at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, on second trip
of each mouth.
SPNo Freight willjbo received nfter
r. m. ou day of sailing.
This Company will reserves tho right to
make changes in tlio time of departure and
arrival of its steamers without notico aud
it will not be responsible for nny conse
quences nrisiug thcrofroni.
Consignees must bo tit tho Landings to
receive their Freight? this Company will
not hold itself responsible for freight nfter
It has boon lnudod.
Live. Stock ouly nt owner's risk.
This Company will not bo responsible
for Money or Vnlunbles of passongers
unless placed in tho enre of Pursers.
Pnxsengcrs nro requested to purchase
tickets beforo embarking. Thoo failing to
do so will bo subject to nu additional
charge of twenly-livo per cent.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
Jan. 27, 1890
Feb. 21, 1800....
for S. F.
..Fob. 1, 1800
.Feb. 20, 1890
From San Frnucieco From Sydney for
for Sydney. San Francisco.
Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Alameda, Jan. 10, '00 I Mariposa, Jnn.0,'00
Mariposa, Feb. 13, '00 Monowai, Feb.0, '00
ConuMi Soda Water Co., L'i
Corner Allen & Fort Sts., Honolulu.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Cash . Grocery
Fort Street, Opposite Club
Stables. Tel. 355.
A. V. GEAR.
Telephone M0, : : : : No. 009, King St!
next to Lucas' Mill
Drays, Carts and
For PULLING UP Treea
Oceanic SteamsIiiD Co.
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
Steamora of the above Lino running in connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, 13. O., and Sydney, N. S. W.. and calling at Victoria, I). O.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
-AE 3DTJ-B -A.T KCOnsrOLTJIjTT
On or about tho dates below etnted, viz.:
I'rom Sj-ilney ntnl Suvn, for Victoria nml ! rrom Vlctnrln nml VnncniMrr, It. C to
Vnncouver, It. C.I
" "MIOWEHA" February 3
M "WAlUtlMOO" March 1
Through TlckotH IhsucmI from Jloitolulu to Cmirulti,
United States and JSuropu.
FnnionT and rASsr.xoEit AOKSTa: J3HT For Freight and Fasflngo and all
. ..., ! General Information, apply to
D. MoNicoLii, Montreal, Canada.
HonEKT Kwm, Winnipeg, uanaaa.
AT 7VT UfiTit Uni
G. IoIj. Bkown, Vnncouver, B. O,
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
Tho New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Compauy -will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Sydney nud
Auckland on or about
January 9, 1896,
And -will lenvo for the abovo port with
Mails and Passengers on or about that
For Sydney and Mlard:
Tho Now and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo duo nt Honolulu from San Francisco
on or nbout
And will hnvo prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for tho nlwvo ports.
Tho undersigned aro now prepared
Through Tickets to All Points
in tho United States.
CSF'For further particulara regarding
n reigut or I'assago apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
l-tf General Agents.
C. BREWER & COMPANY, LIMITED,
Queen street, Honolulu, II. I.
Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Onomca Sucar
Company, llonomii Sugar Company, Wailiilcu
Sugar Company, Wailice Su:r Company, Makee
Sugar Company, Halcakata Ranch Company, Ka
fapala Ranch. - Planters' Line San l'ranclsco
ackcts, Chas. Ilrcwcr & Co.'s Line of Itoston
rackets. Agents Ronton Hoard of Undent ritcu.
Agents I'hllauclplila Hoard ol underwriters.
LIST OF OFFICERS !
F C Jones, PreKidcnt; George II Ilobortson,
Mnnnger; K V Bishop, Treasuror anil Soo
retary; Col. W i'Allon, Auditor; Oil Cooke,
II WaterhouBO, A W Cnrter, Direotors.
Good Coffee Lands
1st 827 acres in Ilonukua, S. Kona, Ha
waii, near T K It Amalu's Collco Plantation
2nd SC2 acres In Kauivoll, near Ilonaunaii,
S Kona, Hawaii; tlicru aro two good houses
ou tlio land; about 5 acres of old cofleu,
bearing fruit now; und about 10 acres uew
coifec in uood condition.
t3f For further particulars apply to
W. C. ACHI.
Honolulu, Dec. 10, 1803.
W. 0. T. U. LUNCH ROOM
For I.adlcs and Gentlemen,
At 111 King street.
C57Luncii Fitost 11:30 a m to 1:30 v. m
Our attractions are liume-mado food, a
cool ncnt room and satlsfuc'ory attendance.
Tuliloa In eartu HW-tt
Change oF Hours
DR. H. V. MURRAY will lmvo
oflico hours from January 1, 189G,
from 9 to 10 A. m., 1 to 3 and 7 to
8 p. M. Sundays, 9 to 10 A. M.,
and 7 to 8 p. m. Oflico Fort and
Boretania streets. 190-5t
Dr. C. B. Cooper
lias removed his ofllcct and resi
dence to liruceCartwrigbt's pre
mises, corner of Alakcaand He
re tanlu streets.
Oceanic Steamsliip Co
9mn anil S(lnev!
' "WAlUtlMOO" Jnnnary24
" "MIOWEHA" February 24
" ' 'WARKIMOO" March 24
THFU. H. nAV FS A V.li. 'ri
Amenta for tbollimiiinn Islands.
Occiaeutal & Oriental Steamship Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG
Steamers of tho above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the
nbovo ports on or about tho following
Stmr Coptic Hb. 4, 1600
For SAN FHANC1SC0:
Stenmers of the abovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on their wny from
Hongkong and Yokohama to tho alove
port on or nbout tho following dates:
Stmr Coptio .Tnn. 15, 1890
Stmr China Feb. 21, 1896
Rates of Passage are as follows:
TO TOKO- TO IIONU
Cabin 8150.00 $175.00
Cabin, round trip, -1
months 225.00 202.50
Cabin, round trip, 12
months 2C2.50 S1G.25
European Steerage.... 85.00 100.00
BSTTawscngora paying full fare will be
nllowed 10 percent off return fnro if re
turning within twelvo months.
t3T"For Freight and Fassago apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Miss D. Lamt.
LAWYERS' CLERK AND
Offlco : With J. A. Mngoou. 145-tf
A. S. Humphreys.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office : Kanhumanu street.
ATLAS -:-ASSURANCE-:- COMPANY
Assets, - - - $10,000,000.
H. W. Schmidt & Sons,
Agents for tho Ilawoiiun Islands.
Is prepared to furnish
4000 Tons -:-
-:- Cane Fertilizer
to order for 1800.
ALL GOODS SOLD TO A OUAHANTEED
FOltMULA Oil ANALYSIS.
Soluble and Available Vliospborlc'Acid,
Sulphate of Ammonia,
' Nitrate of Soda,
Sulphate of Potash,
Coral Lime Stone,
Phosphate and Fish Gnano,
In Quantities to Suit.
gtKT Orders f olicited for a future' do.
Pacific Mail k:sm Co.
A F. COOKE,
BST This space is reserved for tho mention of
now goods that arrived by tho Inst Australia, -tt
ED." A. WILLIAMS,
Oil, King Street,.
Importers direct from tho Factories in
AMERICA, MANILA, MEXICO, and HAVANA
Of Tobacco and Cigars. Pipes and
Smokers' Sundries. ......
BST Just received a choice lot
TO ALL "WHO
The underslaned. L
L. O. Abies andH.P. Walton, purchased from Charles J. Wagner,
Icm Preserving I'nlnt, theeiclnsive right to nmnnfactnro, use
l'KESKnvi.vo Paint in the Ilawoiian Islands.
the inventor of PecrlCRS
and ecu the Peeiiless
Patent for Peerleas Prosorving Paint.
On tho 20th day of September, 1605, tho Itcpubllo of Hawaii granted to L. C. Abloa
and II. P. Walton, a patent No. 110, granting them tho exclusive right to make, use and
vend PEKLLb.s Pkeskrviko Paint throughout tho Hawaiian Islands.
Trado Mark for Peerlees Preserving Paint.
Tho Itepublio of Ilawaii lias also granted to L. 0. Abies and II. P. Walton the exclu
sive ubo of the words Peekllss Pi(l.seuvino Paint as a trado mark throughout tho Ite
publio of Hu wuli for the term of 20 years.
Certain parties In Son Francisco havo recently been sending to Honolulu under tho
namo of 1'ebkliss Piiksekvino Paikt a spurious article not only inferior to tho genuine
paint, but one which is positively injurious to any metal to which it may be npphed.
Deware of Fraud.
Wo hereby warn all persons flgninst being defrauded into using any but the'genuine
Febhlksh Piiksekvino Paint, which can bo obtained only of Abies and Walton.'
Warning Agnlnt Inrringoment.
Wo also hereby warn all persons ngainst buying, selling or using any article under
the name of I'ccrlcss Preserving Paint, except that sold by us, as sucii buying, selling
or using will bo a direct infringement of our patent and trado mark, aud a violation of
our rights, subjecting the peroons buying, selling or using such paint to a claim for
damages by us in accordance with the Hawaiian Law.
Honolulu, Oct. 10, 1803.
BUY YOUR SHOES OF
HOLLISTER & CO
Cor. Fort nml Merchant Mm.
of Smokors' articles suitable for
L. C. ABLES,
H. P. WALTON.
THE DUKE OF
Was 40 years old whonjho fought tho
battlo of Watorloo aud only thieo aud
a half months older when tlio great
Nil'OLEON was made captive;
No matter what your
IF YOU ARE VERY PARTICULAR, AND
Shoe .- Store.