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BAHIC 11. V. HITIIKT AJCD HAHULN
TINK SKAGIT AHIV.
laud Straiuer IaciiKr Arrived
and Icpnrl(Hl"Other Item
Tlic Mariposa nlU at 3 this afternoon.
Tliejaclit Helena It ou tuu Mlp Tor rlinii
InR kuu icpulutlng'.
Tlic rtenmcr Klnmi for Mnul and Hawaii,
satin tomorrow at 10,
Tlio steamer Kauai from the Oardi-n Isle Is
expectid to arrive tomorrow.
Tho steamer Jatnta Makcc, which arrived
yesterday lrom Kapua, sailed again at 5
Tim barkcntlnu Skagit, Hobcrtson master,
arrhed this morning with a cargo of lumber
from Tort (iambic, '.'Odnys out
Tomoiiiiow. Krldav HIl'Ii tide Inree,
8.55 pin; high tide small, T.UO am; low tide
Uri-f, i. i . injlow Hue small, ti.bl am
The H 1' ltlthet, Opt Morrlseti, ll days
from S.ui Francisco, arrlLd this monilng
'aftcra pknsutit oyae;e. Tlio captain has his
wife and fumlly with him.
The steamer Kciutinu, which arrived this
uiornlii'.' from Katul, dhxharged tier uirgo of
suisar Into the Mariposa ul l'uellic Mull
wharf tho returns to Kllauin this evening
for more sweet stall".
The K M S Mariposa, which arrived last
nlulit, reports as lollows- Sallul from
Syduui Mar 10 at 4 pm, from Auckland Mar
21 at ii pm; from Apia Mar 25 at 4 pm; arriv
ed at Honolulu at 11 pm April 1. Lxpcrknc
cd strom: N K trades last two dajs.
Wr.iiNEsiiAY, April 1.
I! M S Mariposa, Hajward, from the Colo
ales, TnunsiuY, Aprils.
Btmr Kcauhou, Thompson, irom Wnliaca,
llktn SKnglt, Hobcrtson, from Port (iambic.
Hark IE 1' lllthct, Morrlsen, from San Fran
Wkiinesiui, April 1.
Stmr .Tames Makee, Peterson, forKapia.
TuuiitUAT, April 2.
Stmr K1.1 ni, f'nlway, for Wa!alu.i, Mokulc
U, Kwvuml nnd Puuikl.
fltmr Iwulanl, Snltle, for Lntulna, Ku
kulhaclc and Honokaa.
XI M 8 Marlpo&a, iiS'ywflrd, for San Frau-
VESSELS LEAVINQ TOMOrtKOW.
Stmr KIrau, Clarke, for Hawaii and Maul,
From the Colonics, per S 8 Mariposa, April
2 Mr and Mr du Cruz, Mrs Abcrcroinblc, J
K Cllne, II 11 Fell, K II JVarlner, Mrs Valpy,
Doul.i Archibald, A II Fell, and J J Paster.
In transit M through cabin and 47 through
From Kami, per stmr Kcauliou, April 2
Mr (irtcn, and 5 deck.
From San Francisco, per bk It P Illthct,
April 2 I, 0 Kelly, wife and child, Mrs
Morse, Mr Morriscn and family, Miss 11
Morse, unit Mrs K Mcgga.
For lluuill nnd Maul, per stmr W (1 Hall,
April 1 Mis W K Foster, II llolstoln. J K
Kahookunn, Mr Wilson, (1 P Knmauolia,
Enocli Johnson, J M Moii'iirrnt, P I) Killet,
Mm FredenbiTjr Queen Dowager Kapiolanl.
OARQOE8 FllOM ISLAND POUTS,
Fa stmr Kcauliou 40GO bags sugar, 12
Ex stmr Mariposa It) cs bier, 1 c cigar,
ITS cs toil Ueli, 0 ts plants, J-l es milsc, 27i) cs
onions, G cs butter, SCO locoauutB, 42 cs
glass bottles, 1115 cs potatoes, yu cs limes, 10
cs oranges, Coiislgntes are us follows:
K lloirtclilaegcr & Co, C W Macfarlanc.
McClnsmy ,fc 8ons, P 0 Camarinos, Jas F
Morgan, lheo II Davles & Co, Win 0 Irwin
v Co, Henry May te Co, uud Mclntj ru &
KIOKTIIAKY It K POUT.
.SjnopMs il Otllecr llcj-iiuhl' Ilcporl
) Tho total deaths in Honolulu for
tho month ending Mnrch 31st wore
(55, o which 10 wero from whoop
ing cough; pneumonia, fover nnd
consumption 5 onch, paralysis nnd
inanition and old ago 2 each.
Tweulj-ono deaths woro from
other causes than tho above, one
being from suicide.
Compared with previous years
tho mortality is high, thorn being
18 deaths in March, 1S92; 51 in
1893, -15 in 1894 and -15 in 1895.
Of tho dcatliK for March 38 woro
Hawaiians, 7 Chinese, 10 Portu
guese, 5 Japanr-o, 2 British, 2
Amoricanb and 1 unknown.
Piflt'on died ' without medical
aUonriuui'c, and tlic annual death
rato por 10C0 figures up 27.85.
VI 'C Csoiiiiin Mjiiuio
The government band will play
at Thomas square this afternoon
at 4:30, weather permitting. Piof
ossor Borgor has arranged tho
following program for tho occa
sion: March Triumph ofTlmo (new) Sousa
Overture Tauci cdl No-tdlnl
Daut o 1 lie Cliorolista Scot t
llillnd IheUnst Watch Plnsiiti
Mazurka Murgiirct I.iuchw It.
Song Tho Palms Faure
Duct II I'mtatoro Verdi
WalU Vleimu Olrl Zlclirer
It is during such wcatkor ns
wo aro now having that tho
memories of tho oldest inhabit
ants fail. Between the time
of tho last cquinoxial storm
and tho present so many things
havo occurred that bad weather
records aro lost sight of.
But it is cold weather just
tho same, colder than is desira
ble by people who boast of a
climate whero sun forms tho
chief ingredient. This climato
is changing just ns it is in
other places, just also, as tho
peoples' opinion change about
For years there has been a
prevailing opinion that but one
kind of stove was worth tak
ing into the house. The
opinion was sound so long as
thcro was no other stovo
against it, but with our Em
pire Jewel range, with largo
squure ovens, ventilated and
quick bakers, reservoir for
hot water, towel bar and tea
cup shelves and a hundred
other conveniences the people
are willing to admit they havo
made a mistake nnd concede
everything to the Jewel.
Von Holt Building.
TWO GREAT WORKS
TUB FOIIMER ACCEPTED AS TDK
By the leading Colleges and most noted States
men and Writers
Of the World.
The lattor as tho
History of America
COT- READ A FEW OPINIONS:
l'ruf. Sluiler of llnrvnrd says:
"It will remain an otidunug monument
to tho lubpr of its editors."
l'rof. Snycaof Oxfonl Vnlvorslty snya :
"It will desorvo all of the oncomia passod
1'rnf. Wheeler ofYuIeiiuyg
"Clear, couciso, accurate, comprehen
sive." The Historical Novels.
By Professor Jolin R. Ivfuslolc
Win. MclClmey, Ooternnr of Ohio, snyai
"Ouo of tho aiost beautiful productions
of tho American pr-iH I lmve over seen."
ilinmus tlouiiimi, Jl.l)., IiIj.I lllsli
o nl ilio T. I ,4'liurcli, ItllHHoiirl. snyHi
"I hnvo read 'The Columbian Historical
NovoIh' with uiout pleasure. Anyone, I
think, can rend theso bookn with plcasuro
It. I,. Wliititinn, 1.I)., M,.l) l'rel.
dent I 4'iiIIm I'ulverkllv. .lliilim. nh.vn!
" 'Tho Coluiiibiun Himorieal NoeI'
hnvo ii wolcomo place in my homo. Thoy
huo (iiiiukouud interest in tho Btudy ot our
national life. I know of no moro valuable
helps to bo placed in tho homo."
B. R. FOSS,
Da. Aildrcss P. O. liox .'107, Honolulu,
or cull at tho X. X. h. Btojo, cornor King
nnd Nunuuii sticctx
50c. per Week,
EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 2, 18fl6
" ""' """' .iiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniMili,,i.luM,1M,Jl,IMI,M
Steamers ot the above Line running in conuectiou with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, 13. 0., and Sydney, N. S. W.. ond calling at Victoria, L. O.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
ARE HDTJTE j&JI? KCOnSTOZjTTIjXr
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
l'roni Sydney ami Suvn, for Victoria nnd
Vnncotivor. II. O.t
Stmr "MIOWERA" April 15
Stmr "WAKHIMOO" May 15
Stmr "MIOWEKA" Juno 15
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Cniuuln,
United States and Kurope.
FIIEIOHT ANU rASSENOEll AOENTH:
D. SIoNicolii, Montreal, Cnnada.
ItonEitT Keuk, Winuipej?, Canada.
M. 31. Steiin, Sau Fraucisco, Ual.
G. Mali. Knowx, Vancouver, B. O.
A Naturally, Boiled
Water, pronounced by
people who know, to bo
the best on tho market.
This water received the
very highest award at
the . .
As a Tablo Beverage
is a favorite and easily
leads all other Mineral
Waters. . . . .
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Wholesale nnd Eotnil Agents for
tho Hawaiian Islnnds.
Id prepared to furnish
4000 Tons -:-
-.- Cane Fertilizer
to order lor 1800.
ALL GOODS SOLD TO A OUABANTEED
rOKMULA OB ANALYSIS.
Soluljlo nnd Available Vliospuoric Acid,
Suliliuto of Ammonia,
NItrnto of Soda,
Sulphate of l'olaah,
Coral Lima Stone,
l'liosplmto and Fleli Guano.
In Quantities to Suit.
Orders solicited for a future do.
A. F. COOKE,
l'row Vlcturln nnd nncouvi'r, 11. l' to
Sutn nnd Syilnei i
StnrWAHMMOO April 7
Stmr "MIOWEHA" May 8
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" Juno 7
tW For FroiRht and Passat nud all
General Information, apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for tlio Hawaiian Islnnds.
Occlflental & Oriental Steamsbip Col
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG-
Bteomers of tho above Companies will
cnll at Honolulu on their way to the
abovo ports on or about tho following
StrarDoiio May 10, 189C.
or SAN FUAKC1SC0:
Btenmurs of tho aljovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong nnd Yokohnma to tho abovo
port 011 or alKiut tho following dates:
Stmr Gaelic April '0, 189G
Hates of Passage are as follows:
TO TOKO- TO IlbNU
Cabin S1D0.00 8175.00
Cabin, round trip, A
months 225.00 202.60
Cabin, round trip, 12
months 202.50 816.25
r.uropennStoerago.... 85.00 100.00
t-l'ahHengurs paying full fnro will bo
allowed 10 percent oft" return faro if re
turning within twclvo mouths.
t5T"For Freight aud Passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO,,
j rti 1 n )
liners MBiii) tos
O. L. WIGHT, Prc7 6. B. BOSE, Soc.
dipt. J. A. KrNG, Port SupU
Will leavo Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching at
Lalmma, Jlanlaen Day nnd M ikeun the
Buuio day: Mahukona, Knwnihae and Lnu
pahoohoo tho following day, arriving at
Hilo tho gnmo ovening.
LEAVES HONOLULU. ABIUVES HONOLULU.
Friday April .1 I Friday, April 10
Tuesday April 14 I TuoHiluy,.., April 21
rriday , pril 2 1 Friday, May I
Tuesday, Mny 5 Tuesilay, . . . .May 12
Boturniug, will leavo Hilo at 1 o'clock
p. M., toucliiu at Laupuhoelioo, Mahu
koua aud Kitwaihno biiuo day; Makena,
Maalneit U.iy aud Luhaina tlio following
day; arriving nt Honolulu tho afternoons
of 1 uesduy and Fridays.
ZF"No Freight will bo received after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leavo Honolulu Tuesday at 5 p.m.,
touching at Knhului, liana, Hnmon nnd
Kimhulu, Maui, ltoturnuig univos nt
Honolulu Suudiiy moriilugn.
Will call at Nun, Kuupo, on socoud trip
of each mouth.
ftHJ-No Freight will bo received after
l', m. on day of sailing.
This Company will reterves tho right to
mako changes in. tho time of departure nnd
arrival of its stcnmeis without notice uud
it will not bo reupoimiblo for nuy conse
quences arising therefrom.
Consignees must bo at tho Landings to
receive their Prriglit; this Company will
not hold itself rrspoubible for freight nfttr
it hits licon landed.
Live block only nt owner's risk.
This Company will not bo responsible
for Money or Valuable1! of pnbsengors
unless placed in tho caio of Pursers.
Passengers nro rerjuostod to purchase
tiokots before embarking. Thoso failing to
do ao will bo subject to au additional
charge of twenty-llvo per cent.
"W. H. WINCHESTER,
HABNESS MAKEB AND 8ADDLEB.
Sells nnwaiinn troes nnd ro-covors
Our Motto is :,
"Tako Paine and Keop CuGtoracrs."
115 Bethel St., b'etweon King and Hotel,
n IR II II Nl I I H
mm 1111 Hi
ED. A. WILLIAMS,
(Successor to C. E. Williams, H. H. Williams & Co.
and Williams Bros.
Pioneer Furniture Warerooms,
Pianos for Sale, Hire and Moved. Chairs for Kent
Undertaker and EmMnier,
Tombstones and Monuments.
Bcsldenco and Night Tel. 815. 611 ZING STREET,. Tel. 170,
Wk'kk What Wi: Adveutise
and Just as Repuesented.
Wo aro Pacemakers on
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
Tho Now anil Fine Al Btcol Steamship
" Monowai "
Of tho Ocemiio Steamship Company will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Sydney nnd
Auckland on or about
A.pril 30, 1 89G.
And will loavo for tho nbovo port with
Mails and Passengers on or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho New and Fino Al Stool Steamship
Of tho Ocenuio Steamship Company will
be duo at Honolulu from Snn Francisco
on or about
April 0, H896.
And will havo prompt despatoli with
Mails und Passengers for tho abovo ports.
Tho undersigned aro now prepared
Through Tickets to All Points
in tho United States.
E3?For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passago apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arrive Honolulu Leavo Honolulu
from S. F. for S. F.
April 13, 1890 April 15, ISfW
May 4, 180U May 0, 1S9U
From Sau Francisco From Syduoy for
for Sydney. Sau Francisco.
Irriw Honolulu. Leaie Honolulu.
Alamoda, Apr. 0, '90 Monowai,Apr.TO,'90
FRANK PAOIIECO, Propr.
Port St. Opp. Piratlioon Stnblos.
Oceanic SteamshiD Go
Oceanic Steamslim Co.
n .mi.nir.ini. in,. 11 1 in i.w.i. ..,
Wo mako a Specialty of Shoes.
It's our business.
We propose to give more
Value, Style and Comfort
Than anybody elso can or will.
Mckroy's bhoc Store,
405 Fort Street.
A LIFE SIZE
Qna Dozen Photos of the StUw
Only & lo.OO
EtT Is tho LATEST OrFEIt wo have
Portrait and Landscape
H. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea and GtofFee
at all nonrti.
THE FINEST BltANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON IMND.
Eagle -:- House
(Jno. MoLkan, Prop.)
Nuuanu Ai,v,, between Berctaula anil School
ROOM AND BOARD:
Por Day, Sl.fiO
Por Wook 9.50
Eooins to lot without board if preferred.
E'Daucing ewy Snturday with Ka
wnihau Gloo Club in atteiulanco.
A TAMELY HOTEL.
I1. Krovioo, - - OProp.
Por Day g 2.00
Por Week 12.00
Special IMoatlily Xlo.taal
Tho Best of Attendance, tho Best Situa
tion nnd tho Finest Meals in this City
t foJ& sL
kt&. i ik.ii &jS'U$'&i)rt i :.