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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 25, 1896.
OFF FOR THE ORIENT
THE AMr.HICAN YACHT COHONKT
HAILS rOR JTArAK.
Waterfront Hein"IUd Steamer"
rnneuRMHna Cargoes from the
The schooner Norma ha hauled out In the
It Is likely tho hark Mohican will sail with.
In a day or two.
Riullcy. tho boatman, alitppcd on tho yacht
Coronet which wiled for Japan today.
lu honor of Queen Vlctorla'a birthday, ves
sels in tho harbor madu a display of flags and
A number of vcsels are lying In the
stream, awaiting berths where tUcy can dis
charge their cargoes.
Captain Smytliu has resumed command of
the steamer Iuml, lie haTiug been III for a
loug while. Captain Gregory has gono back
to tho Walaleale.
Tho S 8 China Is due from the Coast on
Sednedn tin1 lOnnii'di from the Colonies
on 11iurii., ud the Australia from the
Coast on Friday.
The Miiinui Klruu sails for Maul and Ha
waii tomorrow at M n m. The Claudluu for
polls on Mai.'.. ..ml il.t Mlkalmla for ports on
Kauai, leave at S p in.
The ship .Tohn McDonald received sugar
from the Kllauen lion today, the Aldcn Heec
from the J A Cuminitis and Ltkcllke, and the
Archer from the Wiiialealc and Mul Wahlne.
Tlie jaclit Citoih t with Curtis Jomcsand
pirty aboard sailed for the laud of tho cry
skiithcmtim today, nCtcrhaIng had a pleasant
sty of several weeks In the Paradise of tho
1'acltlc. lltloro d parting tho pretty llttlo
vessel hauled up to L'nctllc Mall w hurt, w here
a I.irgo crowd gathered 10 aduilio her due np-
pcer.iuce nil the forenoon.
t SvrunmY, May 23.
Stmr Kaala, Thompson, Irom Oaliu
Stmr Iwnlrnl, I'arkor, from Knlaupapa,
Slmr J A Cummins, Xellson, from Oahn
tflmr Kllauca Hon, Freeman, fiom Ha
waii Stmr Mokolll, Hllo, fiom Molokal, Maul,
Sunday, May '-'4.
Stmr Claudlnc, Cameton, from Maul ports.
Stmr Mlkahala, Ilnulund, from Kauai
Stmr Kcauhou, Thonipson, from ports
Stmr UUcllke. Wclr. from Hawaii.
Stmr Jiuiics Makcc, Peterson, from Kapaa,
Mompxy, May So.
btmr Knen.i, Calwny, forOahu ports.
Stmr Mokolll, Hllo, for Molokal, Maui
and Lunal, at u p m.
Stmr Lchua, Nje, for Hawaii.
Stmr Kauai, Ilrulin, for Widmca, Kckahi
Stmr .lames Makte, Peterson, for Kapaa,
Yacht Coronet, James, for Japan.
YES9ELH LEAVING TOMOltllOW.
Stmr Ckiutllne, Cameron, for Maul, at
Stmr Kluau, Clarke, for Maul and Ha
waii, at Kin m.
Stmr Iwulanl, Smytlic, for Liihalua, KuUtil
huele, and llcinikiiii, at ') a m
Stmr Knnla, Thompson, for Punaluu and
Kahuku, at 10 a in.
Stmr Mlkalmla, Ilaglund, fur Knual ports,
at 5 p m.
From Maul and Hawaii, per stmr Claudlnc,
M-iySl 11 P Baldwin, V II Cornwcll.
Mrs J K lostpa and child, Mrs Jotepa and
child, E lliirtiimmi, Chock. Tnin:, G Glllms
and daughter. G II Aujiue, II Kenton, Jr,
Tang Slnir Y S Sun, M N Kepolkal, I A llcen,
Clias Dmlil, W Y Homer, 8 Parker, Capt
J no IIoks, Cip Hasluup, M I) .Monsairat,
Mrs Espinda, J M OH, 11 llaneberg and ot
From Kauul, prr stmr Kcauhou, May 21
A Iloblutou and wire, D T Uallcy.
From Kauai, per stmr Mlkalmla, May 24
Mrs A Cropp, A Guild and 15 deck passcn
ge OAItGOES FllOM ISIjAKD POUTS.
E" Claudlnc fiWO bags suirar. Hid bags no-
titoes, 2UD bag corn, .'15 head cattle, BO hoijs,
2 horses aud l'.'O pkgs sundries.
Ex stmr Walaleale 320 J bags sugar.
Ex- stmr Kuala 2C0O hags sugar. It bdls
h des, It pkgs sundries.
Ex stmr James Mukue S(i48 bags sugar, CO
bags rice, 2 pkg sundries.
Ex strar Kcauho t 40 4 bags sugar, 2 pkgs
Kx stmr Mlkahala- 5"0) bags sugar, 19 bills
gr lildc-'j, 1'J pkgs Hiiudiks.
Ex J A Cummins 1230 bags sugar.
Ex stmr Llkellke 8U0 bags mg-ir, 40 head
YEHSELJ IN POUT.
U 8 8 Adams, Watson, San Francisco.
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
Bktn Juno I, Stanford, Juliiison, Newcastle.
Sehr Itnbert I.ewers, (loodninn, Port Gamble
Ilk Aldcn ftiiw, I'otUr, !aii FuancUeo,
Ilk Celou, Cahouii. Nun i mo,
Mis stmr Moinlug htm onrlaud, South Seas.
GerShlp II Fiiludt, lluielunp, l.hcrpool.
Am ship Joseph IS ThoniasI.erinoud,Norfolk
Ship Corona, t umer, Ni n cuttle.
JJk Molilean, Saunders, 3 m Francisco,
Am yacht Coronet, James. 8, l
Ilk Jessie Oiborne, P.igc, Newcastle.
Ship John McDonald, Stmer, 8 F.
Schr Aloha, Dahel, 8. V
Hktn Archer, Calhoun, 8 V.
Schr Dcille Minor, llaen, Eureka,
Hk Sonoma, I.andgrecn, Nowcastle.
Ilk Sea King, Pierce, Newcastle.
Ilk Andrew Wilcli. Diew, S F.
Schr Norma, llonelilll, Kusalc.
Ilk II llackfeld, Uarher, I.ajsan Island.
Tissue paper ilowor materials.
Oropo paper for lamp shades, etc.,
;,at King Bros., Hotel street.
Ol'll NATION AI 011 MTV.
Continued from 1st Page.
by tho inmntes undor tho super
vision of thoso in charge.
It is now timo for us to lcavo
nnd thoro tiro hundreds to boo ub
off with many an "aloha." As
our boat is rot undor way, tho
band strikes up "Tho Star
Spangled Banner" followed by
"God Savo tho Queon" and "Ha
waii Ponoi," to which we respond
with cheers, and our visit is over.
In thinking ovor tho ovontsof j
tno uay, ono cannot out realize
that theso unfortunate peoplo arc,
undor tho circumstances, aa hap
pily and comfortably situated as
it is possible for thorn to bo, and
tho only thing that appears o mo
to bo a necessity is the porsonal
administration and management
of a capable, businesslike super
intendent who shall rcsido at tho
Settlement, if such can bo found
willing to undcrtako tho responsi
bility. Of tho Sottlomont in gen
oral, tho Government and peoplo
of these Islauds may bo congra
tulated, in that it is apparent that
all that can bo dono to alleviate
tho condition, and lesson tho suf
ferings of tho afllietod colony is,
and will bo dono.
tVILM .?! ,1fcUllN iii:ai.
The Community l.o-e nu Intelligent
William McGurn, printer, died
at his homo in Palama this fore
noon, in the thirty-third year of
his age. Ho loaves a wife and
two young children, besides an
only brother, Albort McGurn of
tho police force. Tho two brothers
were left orphans at a tender ago
and wore given a homo and a
good education by tho lato "Walter
Hill. "William learned tho trado
of a printer and was once fore
man of the Bulletin news com
posing room In the past two or
threo years he was for a timo a
dork in tho Honolulu Tax Office
and later- did clerical work in
Antonc liosa's law office Ho
had excellent mental powers and
aspiiatioim, being n heavy reader
of standard literature and capable
of easy conversation on serious
problems of life as well as histor
ical matters. "While working as a
type-setter it was almost unneces
sary to read his proofs, bo re
markably accurato was ho in put
ting all kinds of copy into
typo. As a in an ho was
genial, unassuming and soci
able. His fatal illness was
consumption. Tho funeral will
tako place Trom tho house in Pa
lama at H o'clock tomorrow.
ix tik: nisTKior cnuitr,
Ulliior 'luires IliMjioanl of Ir
Jililgo ilo In Verciie.
There wero ninoteon cases on
Judge do la Vorgno's calendar
whon tho .District Court opened
for tho day.
Ah Chnn and Yok Chun wero
fined S50 each for having opium
Chow Yee, charged with opium
in possession and attempted
bribory, got his case put off until
O. Ballraan and H. Espinda,
charged with perjury in tho sec
ond degree, will be tried on tho
Five Chincso wero fined S2 and
costs each for keopiug thoir shops
open on Sunday.
Leong lint and Hum Hoon
paid S10 oach and costs for past
trunsnolions in chofa tickets.
Theso is a syndicate in process
of formation which has for its
object tho purcbaso of all the old
issues of stamps which will bo
destroyed it' not sold boforo De
cember '1st. Tho syndicate pro
poses to shut out foreign specula
tors and make whatovor money
thoro is in tho deal for themselves.
Tjje Yokohama ppecie BanJ
Subscribed Capital Yen 12,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yon 4,500,000
IteborvB rnnil Yen 4,130,000
HEAD OPFICE. YOKOHAMA.
UKANCUES AND AGENCIES.
Kobe, London, Lyons, New York,
San Fnuicisco, SbniixUni,
Bombay, Hong Kong.
Transacts a Ounawl Hanking ami Kx
Agonoy Yukohnmi Speiio Ilauk
New Republic Bollns, HodoIdX H. L
Steamers ot tho nbovo Line running in connection with tho 6
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, B. 0., nnd Sydney, N. S. W and calling at Victoria, B. O.
Honolulu nnd Suvn (Fiji),
uft-:R:E ID-CHE .A.T !E3:o:JSro:LiT7XjTX
On or about the dates below stated, viz.:
From Sydney unci Ruth, for Vlctorln anil
VnncouTer. II. C.I
Stmr "MIOWERA" June 15
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" July 15 , Stmr MIOWEKA" July 8
Stmr "MIOWEHA" August IB Stmr "WAIUUMOO" August 7
Btmr "WAIUUMOO" September 15 1 Stmr "MIOWEUA" September?
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada,
"United States nnd Europe.
FBKianT AND rAHaENOEU agents:
D. MoNicoli, Montrenl, Cnnndii.
KonEUT Keiih, Winnipeg, Canada.
M. M. Stekn, San Francisco, Onl.
G. MoL. Biiown, Vnnconvor, B. O.
Australian Hail Service.
For San Francisco:
Tho Now nnd Fine Al Steol Steamship
Of tho Oceanic HtrnnHiip Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from Sydney and
Auckland on or about
May 28, 1S96.
And will lenvo for tho abovo port with
Moils and Passengers on or nbout that
For Sydney and tickland:
Tho Now nnd Fino Al Stool Steamship
" Monowai "
Of tho Ocennic Steamship Compnny will
bo duo at Honolulu from Snn Francisco
on or about
Juno 4-., 3 80G.A !
And will huvo .prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for tho nbovo ports. ;
Tho undersigned nro now prepnred
ThrouRli Tickets to All Points
in tho l.'niled States.
E37"For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arriro Honolulu Leavo Honolulu
from S. F. for S. F.
May 29, 1800 June 3, 1806
Juno 22, 1800 Juuo 29, 1800
From Son Francisco From Sydney for
for Syduoy. Snn Francisco.
Irriw Honolulu. Leait Honolulu.
Monowai, Juno 4, '00 I A!aineda,May28.'00
Alameda, July 2, 00 Mariposa,June25'06
A LIFE SIZE
One Dqsbh Photos of the SlWer
ISris.tho LATEST Ol'FElt ,o have
Portrait and Landscape
Fort St. Opp. Pnntlioon Stnbloa.
Our Scissors nro sharp; our
Razors nro bright; wo Shnvo
equnlly well by dny or by
TKANK PAOIIECO, Propr.
Oceanic SteamsliiD Go.
Oceanic mm Go.
From Victoria and Vancouvnr, II. C,, to
Suvn and Hydnert
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" June 7
E3P For Freight and Pnssago nnd nil
Qcnernl Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agcntn for tbo Hawaiian Islands.
Occidental & Oriental Steamship Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG i
Stenmors of tho nlxivo Compnnies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the
nbovo ports on or nbout tho following
Stmr Pom Juno 13, 1800
Stmr Gaoiio Jul) 0, 1B90
For SAN FKANC1SC0:
Steamers of tho nlwvo Companies will
coll at Honolulu on their nay from
Hongkong aud Yokohama to tho nbovo
port ou or about tho following dates:
Stmr Coptio Juno 2, 1800
Stmr City of Peking Juuo 28, 1800
Hates of Passage are as follows:
TO YOKO- TO nONU
Cnbiu.... S1G0.00 8175.00
Cabin, round trip, -1
montbs U'.zd.uu xw.ou
Cabin, round trip, 12
months 202 CO 31G.2C
European Steerogo .... 85.00 100.00
SSyPofcRcngers paying full faro will be
allowed 10 percent oil" return faro if re
turning within twelve months.
CSTFor Freight and Pnssago apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Wilder s Steamship Go's
O. L. WIGHT, l'rcs. S. B. HOSE, Sec.
Cnpt. J. A. KING, Port Sunt.
Will leavo Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching at
Lahaina, Maalaea Pay and Mukenn tho
samo loy; Mohukouiij Knwaihae and Lou
pahoehoo the following day, orriving at
Ililo tho samo evoning.
LIAVES UONOLUI.D. ABRIVES HONOLULU.
Friday Juuo C
Tuehdiiy,. ..June 1(1
Friday.... Juno 20
Tnesdiiy Juno 2
Tuesday,.. .Juno 23
Friday, July 3
Bcturning, will lenvo Ililo nt 1 o'clook
p. M,, touching at Laupahoohoo, Mnhu
kona and Kawaihae same dayj Makona,
Slaakea Buy and Lahaina tho following
day; nrriving nt Honolulu the afternoons
of Tuesday and Fridays.
Will call at Pohoiki, Puna.
fF"No Freight will bo received after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tuosday at 5 p. M.
touching at Kahului, 11 una, Uamoa and
Kipahulu, Maui, iteturning arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, on socoud trip
of oach month.
SPNo Froight will be received after
p. m. on aay of sailing.
This Company will reserves the right to
make chanROS in tho time of departure and
nrrivnl of its steninors without notico nnd
it will not bo responsiblo for any conse
nuonces arising therefrom.
CousigiU'es must bo ot the JLnndlngs to
rccoivo thoir Freight; this Company will
not hold itsolf responsible for freight after
it has boon lauded.
Live Stock only at owner's risk.
This Compauy will not bo responsible
for Money or Valuables of passengers
unless plaoed in the caro of Pursors.
Pufebongers are requested to purchaso
tiokots beforo embarking. Thoso failing to
do so will bo subjeot to an additional
charge of twenty-live per oom
Piano Eor Sale.
A WOODWARD & BKOWN PIANO.
Has an excellent tone nnd is in lino condi
tion. Will be sold cheap for cash.
Addross L- T.
I05-tf Bulletin Ofuoo.
Paoifis Mail mmm k
ED. A. WILLIAMS,
(Successor to C. E. WilliamB, H. H. "Williams k Co.
and Williams Bros.
Pioneer Furniture Warerooms,
Pianos for Sale, Hire and Moved. Chairs for Bent
Undertaker and Emklmer,
Tombstones and jVXontimonts.
llesldenco nnd Night Tel. 815. 611 KING STREET, Tel. 179.
Queen Srcot, Honolulu:
ESTIMATES AND DESIGNS
FurnMicd for Building All CIiimcs ol
Machinery llepalr Work, and,
Hcconstrui'tlon or Hcmodel-
In'' Old Plants.
Iron, Brest, rhosphorJlronze, Ziuc, Alu
minum, nml Lead Cnbtiugs. Oruameutal
and plain C.iBt Iron and Steel Columns,
Iran nud Steel Girders nnd Trusioij,
Qi-stingg, Doors and Shutters, nnd a gener
al lino of Iron nud Brass Work for buildings
of all classes. Ships' Blacksmith Work done
with neatnest nnd dispatch. All workman,
ship guaranteed iirst class, nud at prices
that huo been hitherto unknown on tho
Inl ud Orders will receivo prompt atten
tion. C. R. MCVEiGH,
Manager nud Propriotor,
P. o. Box 457. '
Telephone: Office, 578; Works. 013.
Simple, Safe, No Smoke, No
A vory handsome stovo, profusely
nicklod, beautifully Japannod nnd orua
mentod nud strongly built. Baking, Cook,
ing nud. (f nocoEsary, washing can bo dono
nt tho samo time.
show whether the burnors aro closed.
This not only ensures simplicity, but
is nlbo an
because tho burnors cannot bo open
ed further than necessary.
The oven flame is stronger than
eithor top flame, therefore baking
can bo douo to perfection in a short
Castle & Cooke,
H. UACK1 L.1 &. i.O.
Oejjeiiai, CoiiMisaioN Aoknts.
Cor. Fort nnd Queen (Streets, Honolulu.
LBWEliS & COOKE,
Imtohtehs and eai,ei:s IN Lumdric
AND ALL Kl )S Ol' BniLDINO
Fort atrebl, - - Honolulu.
GONSALVES & CO,
WHOLESALE GIlOOERb Atf D
225 Queen stroot, Honolulu, H. I.
Book and Job Printer
Morohnnt Street, Honolulu. H. I.
Over Hawaiian Nowb Company's
Book Storo. my 13.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Dealers in Luinbor nnd Coal
nnd Building Materials of nil
Quoon Streot, Honolulu.
Hotel St., nmr Fort. Tol. 302.
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEEK AND STOCK BliOKEK
No. 45 Queen Street.
Expert Appruiseuiout of Real
Estate and Furniture.
M. S GRINBAUM & CO.,
Queen street, Ilonolulu, nnd 21C Front
street, San Francisco, Cnl.
General Merchandise and . .
. . Commission Merchants,
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers of
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Quoon Stroets.
King st., bet. Fort nnd Alaken.
Contractor : and : Builder.
MONUMENTS AND TOMD&TONE8,
C?r Finest Grndo BLUE STONE from
Funuhou Qunrrios. 278 -tf
DAVID K. BAKER,
IP oris fc,
Nuuanu Valloy, abovo tho Mausoleum.
All orders given prompt and faithful at
tention. No extra charge for delivering
Flowers to any part of tho city. Lois,
Mountain Greens and Carnations a spe
Consoliflatefl Sola f ater Co,, L'i
Corner Allen & Fort Sts., Honolulu.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
C. B. DWIGHT,
Does nil kinds of Work in
Cement & Stono Sidewalks & Curbing
Ilo has on hand n largo supply ot
Chinese Grunite Curb and always koops
Ilawniian Curbing Stone. Estimates
given and lowos4, prices assured. Tele