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EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 1G, 1896.
OUR MARINE NEWS
THE 8. S. AUSTRALIA LEAVES FOK
S. 8. H. Conrord"The Ship Dlrlgo In
Port Schooner Enthcr Iluhno
Arrived from EnrkM.
S 3 Austral! mIU tody t 4 p m for Sn
Tho W 0 Hall Irom Maul and Hawaii l
The burkentlne Addenda It receiving a frcth
coM of red paint.
The bark Uollltwood Is loadlne ur from
Wjc etcamer Llkcllkc at Klnau wBari.
Tlic U 8 8 Concord, Crali; commander, ar
rived tliU mornlnc, 17 da) a from Yokohama.
The bmk Frwno. I14H tons, lias been chart
rrcd to load lumber at Tort Gamble for Ho
nolulu. Afttr the Australia's departure, the flilp
Koanoke will resume loading at Oceaulc
Tminnnmr. Friday Hlcrh tide larire.
7:15 ptn; ulcli lido small, 5:45 am; low tide
larc, ll:2S am; low tide small, 1:51 pin.
The American four-masted steel ship Dlrliro
arrived late yesterday afternoon, 14 days from
fUn Kranclsco. Blie will load sugar lor New
Tork or Philadelphia
They arc blocked with supar on Kauai, and
the steamer Keaubou, which went out last
night, Is expected to arrive tomorrow and
sail the came day.
Tho barkentlne B (J Wilder U discharging
$X Uruw.'s wharf. Tlic bar!: Foiglovl
also at llrrwcr's wharf, discharging her cargo
ol phorphalc by hand power.
The garbage scows wtnt adrift this morn
ing, and the worthy navigator ol thnso
fine vcs-els had much difficulty In bringing
them back to their berth above Pacific Mall
Tin; tlirru-inastcd schooner Esther fluhuc.
O Anderson master, arrived from Eureka this
morning with ft cargo ot luraucr. one ex
tu'rli'tin'tl n iilnnHHht vovairc of 17 dnrs. with
strong N K trades until yesterday, when Bhe
-ae uecaimcu on port.
Wkwnesdat, April 15.
Ship Dlrlgo, fioodwln. from San Francisco.
Slmr Llkcllkc, Wclsbartli, froiiiHanull.
TncnsDAV, April 10.
U S 8 Concord. Uralg, from Yokolmma.
8tmr Knala, Thompson, Irom Onhn ports.
Stmr.TA Cummins, Ncllson, from Oahu
Stmr Kaena, Calway, from Oahu ports.
Schr KMbcr linlmc, Anderson, from
4 Thursday, April 10.
0 8 8 Australia, Iloudlette, for 8-ui Finn
cUco. Stmr Kaena, Calway, for Kahuku.
Stmr Kaala, Thompson, for Kllauea,
8tmr Watalcalc, Varkcr, for llouuapo and
Stmr J A Cummins, Kellson, for Oahu
From Eureka, Cal, per schr Esther lluhnc,
April 10 u A Dauphlny, Miss E Dauphlny,
OAIMJOES FROM ISLAND TOUTS.
Ex flmr Kaala 171'J bags sugar, 30 bugs
rice, U7 pkgs sundries.
Ex stmr Kaena-500 bags sugar.
Ex tmr J A Cummins 000 bags sugar, 201
Ex schr Esther Huliiie U7.847 ft rough
redwood lumber, 10I.M7 ft icdwond lumbut,
300 M sliluglex. Consigned to Loners it
it o.iu i) oi' i m:i.tii.
Stimiitnry of Ilimiiiax lit tho Weekly
Thoro was a full attendance of
tho Board of Health yesterday
afternoon, including O. A. Brown,
tho new moinbor.
President W. O. Smith gave in
formation of all tho precautions
taken- to prevent tho spread of
small-pox from tho case among
tho 900 ChiiiOBO and Japanese im
migrants landed at quarantine
from the S. S. Gaelic. Thoro aro
14. Ohinoso and 498 Japanese
thoro requiring vaccination. Dr.
AVayson had vaccinated 23 at the
quarantine station, including
guards and police. No now enso.
A discussiou on tho quostion
of removing tho fumigating plant
to tho quiunntiuo station resulted
in no decision.
Tho usual tuports were tiled,
containing nothing of great inter
est. It was reported that tho nowly
planted seedlings nt tho Lopor
Sottl imi'iit veie doing well.
After discission it wns'decided
not to relax tho restriction- tin
iisliin within tho harbor limits.
Tho secretary was instructed lo
writo to MiniFtrr Hatch at Wash
ington for a copy of tho report of
tho Inspector of Columbia, which,
as tho president informed tho
Board from advance" shoots, show
ed what diseases wore communic
nblo from milk.
Tho return umtuli between Hat
police and Company G lias boon
arraiignd Tor, but will not como
,olV until Saturday, Juno (Jth,
U. S. H CONOOIID.
Arrive From Yokohama Alter n
Fairly Smooth Voyage.
Tho U.S. S. Concord, Captain
J. E. Craig, commander, arrived
in port this morning, about 17
dttj'B from Yokohama, having left
that port on March 80. Sho had
a pleasant trip, experiencing but
two or throo rough days during
tho voyage. Tho Concord is a
sister ship to tho Bennington and
Yorktown, both of which aro well
known nt this port. Thoro aro
about HO tons of coal loft in her
bunkers, but boforo continuing
hor voyogo to San Francisco sho
will take in about 200 tons more.
Sho is flying a homeward-bound
pennant from tho mainmast.
Following is a list of hor ofli
cors: Commander, Capt. J. E.
Craig; executive offieor, E. S.
Prime; navigator, Lieut. G. A.
iuerriaui; cinei engineer, ur. w.
Stivers; surgeon, W. A. McOlurg;
ensign, H. I. McFarlane; Lieuten
ants, W. S. Hogg, E. Simpson,
and "W. A. Gill; pay-maBtor, E. B.
"Webster; pay clerk, W. A. Shute.
Kilt. HO.IIW'N VAKUWELL.
linn Ilullt Up tho Clirlatlnu Church
During Ills Stny.
Evangelist Romig,who has con
ducted a successful revival season
in tho Christian church in con
nection with Bov. T. D. Garvin
lately, sails on tho steamer Aus
tralia this afternoon for tho Coast.
Ho bus won tho respect and
esteem of a largo and varied circle
of acquaintances byhis earnest
and fearless presentation of gospel
truth, as well as by a warm and
genial bearing toward all classes
with whom ho has coma in con
tact. It is announced that ho will
probably pass through hero on
routo to Australia .during tho
present year, and his many
friends will look forward with
pleasure to scoing him again soon.
His visit hero has been tho means
of placing tho congregation with
which ho has boon laboring on a
now basis both as regards num
bers and spiritual zeal, and will
undoubtedly provo to have been
a sowing time of seed which will
bear much fruit in tho future.
Wllllt II MlMIIU?
If you do, call on Wall, Nichols
Co. or notify them and thoy will
call oil you. Their rubber stamp
outfit is new and modorn in every
particular and thoy can make you
a stamp just as you want it
while you wait, llubbor stamps
aro a great labor-saver and no of
fice is complete without a sot.
Lot us quote you prices.
What with riots among peo
ple of one nationality and leg
islative action on the evils en
suing from tho immorality of
tho females of another race
and the sinfulness of people
who persist in shooting at tar
gets within the three mile
limit, moral Honolulu has been
thrown into such a pretty ket
tle of fish that is a question
if even an extra session of the
Legislature can pull us out of
Who would have thought
that this Paradise of the Paci
fic could have been so sudtlun
y turned into u modern Sodom
nnd Gomorrah ? If this keeps
up tho peoplo will full short of
the time nocessury to look at
the bargains wo offer in Table
Wo carry six distinct stock
patterns of engraved and cut
glasses from which single
glasses or do.otis may bo' had
at any time. . The sets rango
from tho-.potito liqmr glass to
a finger bowl, and tho price
varies from fifty conts a dozen
up to that which most pleases
the economical wpiunu. ,
Ours is tho tumbler store.
Yon Holt .Building.
Steamen ot the aboTo Line running in connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, B. O., nnd Sydney, N. 8. W and calling fit Victoria, B. O.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
-A-IRE ttTJTEi uft-T 23XD2XOXjTTXSUr
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
From Sydney anil SiiTm, for Victoria nnd
Vancouver. 11. C.i
Bttnr"MIOWEHA" April 15
Btmr "WARMMOO" May 15
Stmr "MIOWERA" June 15
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to Gniuuln,
United States and Europe.
FliF.ianT AND rABSENOr.lt AQBNTfl:
D. MoNicowc, Montreal, Canada.
Robert Knitn, Winnipeg, Canada.
M. M. Stern, San Francisco, Cal.
O. MoL. Brown, Vancouver, B. 0.
l'robutc niHttcr--Order to Soil tho
S. M. Damon has rendered his
first and final account as executor
of tho will of Koala Makaahiki,
showing recoiptB $475, payments
$135.50; balance $339.50.
In tljo ejectment caso of Peter
Nunes ot al. vs. Yim Quon, the
defendant by his attorney, G. A.
Davis, has filed an answer of
Judgo Perry lias Bigned an
ordor to sell tho British schooner
Henrietta, condemned for smug
N. O. Harlan, with Castle ife
Cooke, leaves on tho Australia
today. His friends expect that
ho will bring a bride with him on
lov Sal. .
1 Three Flnu KciOdenco Sited at MaMM,
commanding a magnllicunt view of tlie city
J Klvo Cottnj;e on Queen street, with lot
room for 3 more cottage. A cood paying In
U'atliicnt. Will pay out 1'- per cent.
S Two Stores on Nuuanu street.
4 Four Lots on Magazine Hill, 75x120.
From tibO to $500 each.
't One- Lot on lluckfcld street, (0x100.
0 A Choice Residences on Lnnalllo street,
having all modern Improvements.
7 A Desirable Residence at MaklKl
Grounds well laid out. Kaey terms.
S Four Houses ami Lots on Punchbowl
Mrcct, nil rented nt n monthly rental of 105.
This property Is iilOfceton Punchbowl stree,
with n depth of 'Hi feet running to the drill
grounds or armory, with a frontage on same
for 4 or ft moro cottages. The central loca
tion of the property makes It most available.
9 llouso nnd Lot on Klnnn street. Lot
70x10" ft. This property will he sold ut cost
and Is an excellent bargain for n home seeker,
The house is elegantly Mulshed and of the
best workmanship and materials Tucro I n
carriage house and barn on tho premises nnd
tho nulls well laid out with fruit and orna
10 A Fine Residence centrally located,
containing i5 rooms. Lot lSUx'JOO ft. Two
small cottages on the lot bringing In good
1130 ncies of Land In Knlilil valley, (Wal
klki side). . stream of water Hows along
tills laud. A bargain l'rlcu $750,
13 BU Acres of Rest Coffee Land In Punn.
Hawaii, sex en miles irom Rep. Rye roll's
Large Colfeo Plantation. The above land
Is held lit fee simple. Also, 30 years lease on
150 acres adjoining above with n privilege of
15 years more. Prlco $'i, 000.
13 An Elegant Residence on Lnnalllo
street, containing 13 roomt., -.vltli electric
light iixturesuud all modem toilet convenien
ces. There are servants' rooms, stables, etc,
etc, on tliu premises. Lot containing 100,01)0
square tcct nicely laid out nnd planted with
fruit and shadu trees.
14 A Corcmodious Residence on Tlnsslnger,
street, lltted with all modern conveniences. Or
will trade lor suburban property.
lor Stile oi Lease.
I Two Stores on Nuunnii st, opposite Kit
kill street, also three lodging houses In tho
rear ol'ild stores containing IG looms In all.
I Furnished Room on Kmmn sipjnre.'
Cottago on Queen street.
P Store on Nuuanu s:reet.
4 Store on King street near Fort street,
5 OIHco Room on King street near Fort
0 Warehouse on Rsplnuade.
7 A Coltngo ou Young street, containing
5 rooms, p.uitry and bath. Rent 15 per
8 A Residence on Kliiiiu "trcct. House in
good repair (itltnoit now) and having nil mo
dorn Impioveinciits. A b.irn and earilage
lioiibu ou tho prumUes
1 To rent n Hoiie centrally located, hav
ing three or four In dronni.
3 To rent n Small Cottngc of three rooms,
centrally located, suitable for olllcc.
3 To purchaMi a Residence convenient to
ear lines in vicinity of Thomas Sqtiaio or
Lnnalllo st. Must contain nlije or lea rocyns.
4 To liny ft Lot In tho vleiultj of Maklkl,
125 by L'(K) feet or mom.
5--To buy n Lot centrally located, 75 by
135 feet o more.
(I To buy 10 or 15 acre of Coll'eo Lnud
planted with two year old Collee tlees In
A, V. GEAR,
fi"9 King tn-ut,
From Victoria and Vancouver, 11. C, to
Suva and Sydney!
Stuvr "MIOWEHA" May 8
Stmr "WAtUUMOO" June 7
SUnr "MIOWEHA" July 8
ZSf For Freight nnd Pnesngo and nil
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
II !H1U1 w
Occiflental & Oriental Steamship Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG
Steamers of tho nbovo Companies will
call nt Honolulu on their way to the
nbovo ports on or nbout tho following
StmrDorio Mny 10, 1800.
For SAN FSANC1SC0:
Stonmers of tho nliovu Compnnies will
cnll nt Honolulu ou their wny from
Hongkong nnd Yokolinmu to tho nbovo
port on or nbout the following dates:
Btmr Hio do Jnueho ...April 23, 1890
(tales of Passage are as follows:
TO YOKO- TO HONU
Onbiu S1G0.00 8175.00
Cnbin, round trip, 4
months 226.00 2C2.D0
Cnbin, round trip, 12
months 2G2.50 810.25
EuropeiuStecrngo.... 85.00 100.00
CErl'nsflcugtirs pnying full fnro will bo
allowed 10 percent off return fnro if re
turning within twolvo months.
tSTFor Freight nnd Fnssngo apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
m i i J
liners Minsiiii) los
0. L. WIGHT, Vk7. S. B. HOSE, Soo.
Capt. J. A. KINO, Poit Supt.
Will louvo Honolulu at 16 a. m., touching nt
Lnbnina, Mnalaoa liny nnd Mukcna the
sumo day; Mohukonu, Knwalhae nnd Lnu
pahoelioe tho following day, arriving nt
llilo tho sumo evening.
LIAVK8 IIONOI.UI D.
Friday, April 2?
Tuesday, Mny 5
Friday May 15
Tuesday,.... Mny 20
Tuesday,... April 21
Friday May 1
Tuesday May 12
Friday May 22
Itcturning, will lenve Hilo ut 1 o'clock
P. M., touching nt Laupuhoehoo, Maliu
kouit nnd Kawnilmo miwi day; Mukeua,
Maalacn Day nud Lnhuiua tho following
day; arriving at Honolulu tho afternoons
of 'J uesdny and Fridays.
jyfs'o Fieight will bo rcecivod after
12 noon ou day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday ttt 5r.it,,
touching at Kahului, iinna, Hainoa and
Kipahulu, Muni, jtetuintug arrives nt
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will cnll nt Nuu, Knupo, on second trip
of t'uoh month.
ia?No Froight will he recoived nftor
r. si. ou day of sailing.
This Company will tobcrves the right to
mako change in tho timo of departure nnd
arrival of its bteamers without notice and
it will not bo ruHponsihlo for nny conse
quences arising therefrom.
Consignees must bo nt tho Landings to
receivo thoir Freight; this Company will
not hold itself icbpoiisiblo for freight after
it has been lauded.
Live Stock only nt ownor's risk.
This Company will not bo responsible
for Money or Viiliinliles of passongoru
unless placed in the care of Punters.
lVhcngers nro requested lo tmrchnso
tickets before embarking. Thn-,0 fuiliug to
do so will bo subject to au additional
charge of twenty-livo per cent.
W. H. WINCHESTER,
HAHNESS MAK15K AND 8ADDLKH.
SoIIb Ilnwuiiiui IrooHtuulro-covorB
Our Motto U i)
"Tako Pairui and Koop Custcmors,"
linilothulBt., liotwetin Klrnj nnd Hotel,
l'clophoue 1)30, i
k in m ii hi iin
ED. A. WILLIAMS,
(SuccoBsor to C. E. WilliamB, H. H. Williama & Co.
and Williams Bros. .
Pioneer Furniture Warerooms,,
Pianos for Sale, Hire and Moved. Chairs for Bent.
Undertaker and Emklmer,
Tombstones and Monuments.
Kosideneo nnd Night Tel. 815. 611 KING- STREET, Tel. 179, )'
Wk'kb What We Advemtise
and Just as Refkesented.
Wo are Pacemakers on
ic Steams! Co.
Australian Mail Srtce.
Ffjr San Francisco:
The Now mul Fine Al Steel Steamship
" Monowai ''
Of tho Ocennio Stenmphip Company will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Sydney nnd
Auoklunil on or nbout
April SO, 189(5.
And will lenve for tho nbovo port with
MnilH nnd I'tureugors on of about that
For Syilney arid tucklard:
Tho Now nnd Fine Al Steel Steamship
" Mariposa "
Of the Ocennio Steamship Company will
bo duo nt Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
May 7, 189G.
And will have prompt despatoh with
Mnils and Passeu'ors for tho nbove ports.
Tho undoraigned nro now prepared
Through Tickets to All Tolnts
In tho L'nltod States.
CWFor furtlier pnrticnlnre regarding
Frflipht or Fassugo apply o
WM. G.IRWIN AGO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
for S. F.
from S. F.
Anril 13. 1800 Anril 10. 1800
My4, IbOO .Mnyl), 181)0
From Sou Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. Htm Francisco.
drrti'e Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Jlnriposn, Mny 7, '0G Monowni.Apr.BO.'OO
O. B. DWIGHT,
Docs nil kinds of 'Work in
Comont &Stono Sidewalks & Curbing
lie has on hand n largo supply of
Olilnoeo Ormilto Curb and nhvnvs kenpH
Hawaiian Oiirblug Htouo, '.ntiiniitca
given mul lowoa priotm nwureil, 'lolo
Oceanic StBamsnip Co.
Wo make a Specialty of Shoes.
It's our business.
Wo propose to give more
Value, Stylo and Comfort
Than anybody else can or will.
Mclncniy's hlioc Store,
405 Port Street.
A LIFE SIZE
One Dozen,' pfeotos of the SiUec
RT Is tho LATEST OFFEU wo have
Portrait arid Landscape
H. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Coffee
at all iionns.
, TUE FINEST IJHANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND.
e -:- House
(.Tno. jMoLkan, Prop.)
Nuuanu Ave., between Beretnnla and Schoo 1
ROOM AND BOARD:
PorDny, . . . .,. Si.50
Per Week . . . .1 . 9.G0
llooius to let without hoard if preferred;
ffl DnnchiK ovory Snturdoy with Ka
wallmn Glee Club in nttemlnnce.
A FAMILY IIOTJ3I,,
P. I-Cro-viso, - - - X'rcop,
For Day.,.., 8 2.00
For Woolc nun)
Qpoclal IXsnttU acaaal
The lltwt of Attwidanco. tlio I)ot Hltun.
tiou anil lliu ym Mmiln jit this City