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SOMK IM'KIIESTING MAKING ITI.MS
1'ICICEI) UP TOIA
1. HI. S. N. Clilnn lor the Orlcnt-llurk
KutcliiNko Omwnrd lloiiuit
James iUnltco ArriW'tl.
Tbo S S China lias 78,0'JS pakagcs In tran
Tuo schooner 0 W Waton sailed
Port lllukely lor tins port on July 25.
Tlic bark AnJrcw Welch sailed from 9n
Francisco for Honolulu on July v:t.
The lurk U UacMeld tins inocd to the
Knllroad wharf to Uncharge her cargo ot
Tomorrow, hlh tldo large .1 0 p in; high
tide- email a.'Jj u in; low tide large 7:45 p m;
low tide email 10.U3 a in.
The James Mnkce nrrhed from tho Garden
Isle this mornlni: with p.uldy and rice. She
goe to l.alialna t lilt oenlni;.
Tho barkcntlnu W II Dlniond for Honolulu
and the brig J I) SpreckeU for Mnhukona,
cleared from San Francisco, July 2U.
Uellast, July 27. Harlaml & Wolf and
Workman & Clark, ehlpbulUIIng simps, liae
been almost wiped out by lire. The jards
nlonc were damaged Sl.WW.UOJ.
All tho cargo of the echooncr Aloha has
been discharged, except pieces of machinery
and a leu rollers for llanamnulii, which will
be taken by the Kcauhou next trip.
The schooner Ka Mo! arrived In with a
brisk wind yesterday afternoon. She brought
n full cargo of sugar Tor Tlieo It Davics ,fe
Co, which was stowed In the barkentlno
The l'aellle Mall Steamship China tied up
ot the wharf jestcrday evening, about six
dajt from dan Francisco. Kroin .10 N strong
N E trades were experienced. She departs for
the Orient at 4 p m today.
Th American Shipbuilder says: Should
the dlllerentlal duties' hill In favor of Amer
ican ships pass Congress, four or more iiuUO
n lour maste'd steal sailing ships will he
built -very year by Arthur Bewail & Co, nt
The Sin Froi.,'iC" Examiner says; A 700
ton eteiimer for the' Wilder steamship Com
pany of llouolulu Is Ih--,uJ.' ,,uiu, nt tho Union
IiPU Works, under tnes',uV"110" r NN A
Johnson. Tho steamer Is 1 Ioni? nud
3u feet wide, and will bo chlei., Ul as nil
luter-lslaud freight boat.
l.alc arrhals from the Unwallm Isia"lat
San Krnneito are the following: July "it -Brig
John I) dpieekels, 'St d.ijs from Mil lit"
koua. Juh rjil Ilk Albert, 'Jfi da from Ho
nolulu. July S7 Ilk ri C Allen. :ldajH from
Honolulu, .iiuj is o usir.iua, unys
and IA hours fiom Honolulu July '" llktn
S N Castle, '.".Idajs fiom Honolulu, and Selir
Translt.Jtl dajstiom llouolulu.
The bark Albeit from Honolulu arrived at
San FriuieUco on Juh Si, twent-slx days
out, beat lug tliu liurkentim- s N Callo and
the llei uiiin ship II K til.ule. All tlneo left
port tho sumudiy On July 2.M, In liit lis X
Ion 114 BO W, fill In with the seln .Sartlia W
Tuft, 4S dajs out friitn Tree .Marias far S F,
short ol provisions; furnished ner with nliotlt
elSht days protMnn, ',nlehws thought
sulllelent, us she was 0II.. ci)0 mile from
Wni).T.nvv, Aug 5.
Btmr Kacna, Parker, from Oahu ports.
Tnunsiur, Aug fi.
StmrJnmcs Mnkeo, lVt'ron, from Kauai
THURSDAY, Aug 0.
Stmr Wnlaleale, Gregory, for Honuapo.
Stmr Kaeni, I'nrkor, for Oahu ports.
St ur James Makco, I'etcrson, for Lnlia
lna, I'M S SChiim, Scabuiy, for Chlnn and
15r bk Kocluiki', Hodd, for I'ugct Sound.
VESSELS LEAVINO TOMOltltOW.
Stmr Klnau, Clarke, for Maul and Ha
waii. Schr AI, l'urt, for Hll'o.
Am bk Mohican. Saunders, for Snn Fran
cisco. rAsaENdEltS AltlUVED.
From San 1'rauclico, por S S China, Aug 5
For Honolulu: Hon Albert Willis. Mrs A
Willis. A Willis, Mr and Mrs J A Munroe,
T n Wendell, ,M M Shoemaker, Clarence.
England, UN, (i H do la Vergne, Mr and
.Mi II II Ilori-cy, Miss Dulancy, Mr and Mrs
John Stemiiie, Mro E J Welthinan, A 1'
Stokes, F E Stockwell, T Ilraudt, Miss Elsie
Adair, MissTlllle Jurdlnc, W II Vnuderllp,
Hugh Eminett, It C l.ydetker, M E Gedgc,
and W I Elehliauin.
For Yokohama: Hon Edwin M Dun. Miss
Helen Dun, Mrs J M Juh-olm, (i II Rollison,
JWCopnian, h S J Hunt, II Murnta, Mr
and Mr McMillan, Mlpollowe, Mro.hu Flood
and lnf.nt, Mnder Cyril Wyman, T U McKay,
iIIH Agnes Muinii," A Innkutz, tonulrG C
Heller. U .- N, Ediu II J)c Long. V S N, W
l'fcutt, U . N, Wlhriim, W It Matteson,
For Shanghai- Consul Chang nud fmnllv,
MrObiiu, .MirO II lllltiiiiiuitl daughter, .Mr
and Mrs Iilcburdson, Mlbb Maud Hart, and Q
For Hongkong: D Mull and famllv, Mr 0
B Uojip, .11 B llouno), and IUs M Ylllars.
OAItOOEH rilOM IUI.AND 1'OltTH.
F.x stmr Kama 5'J5 bags rice, oud sundiy
Es stmr James Maker 1 118 bags paddy, '.'0
bai-B rice, 8 pkgs sinidrlis.
Et, sehr Ka MniU) 1 1 bags HUgar.
At IJiiiiilih llllill')'..
Tho govpntmout bnnd will piny
nt Thomns squnro fliis ovoniug nt
7:30, with tlte following progrnm:
, J'AHT 1.
O vcM ill 1 Zampa Herold
Hallad Tho llvcr I'utli (new) llevun
Selection -H Trovatnru Verdi
Poll 'mncliami, ba l.llto 110 a I.Ik e, Main 1
FnulaMu-Tbo Lllltintlansi Kot latin
Oavot(i-liitrnejo (new) .....Hall
I-'iilsi.ln-Vlil In the Korwt, .,,.,.. Ellenberg
Waltz-lliB Tyrolean. .'.,.' Z.-lUr
llltll.I.IAXr ItEOErTlON AT THE
tlrnnil Illiiiulnnltoii ol tlm Uroiimls
.Tlniiy Ifnndanmo l'rcsouts Nome
of tlic Oursts,
Mr. Robert Moro nncl Miss
Jnuo Lislmmu wore married in
I)resetico o tho briilo's family nt
tho rosidonco of lior pnronts,
Mr. nud Mrs. llobort Lish
iiiiin, Keonumoku strcot, yes
tordny ovoniug. llev. S. S.
Pnltnor of Oaklntul, Cnl., who is
filling Pastor liiruio's plnco in
Centrnl Union church during
vnuation, was tho oflicinnt. Miss
Maggio Lislmmu, sibtor of tho
bride, was tho bridesmaid, unci
Mr. Yv Chnuncoy Wilder tho best
A reception wns hold nt the
houso from eight to ten o'clock,
and thoro wns n very numerous
response to tho invitations, Thoro
wns a resplendont illuminntion of
the lawn and front of tho houso
with colored lanterns. Not only
were tho driveway and walks lined
with tho variegated lights, but tho
trees and shrubbery wore profuse
ly hung therewith. Tho interior
of tho houso was adorned in great
taste with greenery and ilowers in
endless variety. Mrs. G. E.
13anrdman, whoso reputation is
unsurpassed ns a decorator, was
tho artist who directed tho work.
Tho popular couple received tho
greetings of tho guerts in tho pnr
lor, ntteuded by tho bridesmaid
nucl groomsmnn, with Mi and
Mrs. Lishman and Mrs. Wil
son. After their congra
tulations tho guests disposed
thomsolves in socinl groups about
the hospitable abode, whilo ice
cream and enko woro circulated in
continual round by fair bauds.
Open houso features woro also
sustained at ample and woll-lndon
lublcs in the liunii. A great
variety of presents, rich iu mate
rial and mostly of household
utility, formed an attraction to
Among those present were Jus
tice and Mrs W F Frenr, Senator
and Mrs J N Wright, Mr nud Mrs
Georgo Smithies, Mrs J O Carter,
Senhor A do Sousn Cntinvarro, T
Pv Walker, Mr and Mrs W Lish
mau, Mr nud Mrs Angus, Mrs
Geo E Bonrdmnn, Mrs Giles, Mr
and Mrs J Gilman, Mr and Mrs
W Harris, Mr and Mrs Hough,
Mr and Mrs W J Coon,
Mr and Mrs T M V Forstor, Mi
ami Mrs Geo McLood, Mr and
Mrs Frank Krugor, Mr and Mrs
"Wagner, Mr and Mrs Charles
Lucas, Mr and Mrs John Lucas,
Mr and Mrs Thomas It Lucas,
Mrs Cuuha, Mr and Mrs J P
liowler, Mrs Postor, Misses Har
riot Lowers, Pycroft, Duncnu,
Pose, Young 2, Wnlker, West,
Martin, King 2, Angus 2, Messrs
T May, Alex Young, Harry
Whitney, Pred Oat, Representa
tive JR ltycroft, H E Mclntyre, T
Wall, E It Hendry, Charles Hydo,
T P Lansing, L M Vetlesnn, An
drew Brown, Claronce M White,
Cunho, James Mclnorny, Georgo
Angus, Pred Angus, Emil Borger
T V King, Henry Giles, Harry
Wilder, E B Uiffard Charles
C ratio and Prank Grace.
After the reception nu adjourn
ment of the young folks in espe
cial wns had to tho homo of Mr.
and Mrs. Lishman, adjacent,
whore thoro was dancing to tho
music of tho Quintotto Club until
The bridegropm enjoys nu
enviable popularity in Honolu
lu, of which he was for many
years a resident beforo going to tho
Miami of Hawaii. Active iu
mnuy useful spheres and a
n gotiinl membor of social circles
nnuo of tho young mon of this
city woro moro generally respect
ed and highly esteemed . His choice
of a life partner is tho subject of
tho most henity congratulations.
Added to natural amiability of
tompornment tho bride numbers
among many accomplishments
that of being a rocoguiml nrtist.
Her contributions of paintings to
tho exhibitions of tho Kilobaud
Art Lengue have uever failed to
win tho admiration of good judges.
Mr. and Mrs. Moro will spend
tTO weeks at Alma cottngo, Wai
kiki, and leave for thoir future
homo at Pepeekoo-by tho steamer
Kinau on tho 18th inst. Tho
happy couple have tho heartiest
good wishes of tho Bulletin for
a long and happy wedded life.
EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST G, 1896.
iipii 1 1 iiii.wihm i mminv
. I. WATERHOUSI
For general business there
is not a store in Honolulu
which occupies tho samo floor
space that our houso does,
and wo need it And we
come as near to having a de
partment store as any in tho
islands; as nearly to that goal
as the trado of tho islands will
You know what a depart
ment storo means low prices
for good articles. Goods arc
bought in large quantities for
cash, thoy'ro cheaper that way
and that is tho way wo buy.
You get the advantage of any
discounts wo receive.
Ono of our departments con
tains hardwaro and articles
used every day in the prepara
tion of food. A Queen Pud
ding Bowl is newer than any
thing you have seen here and
a bit better because it is con
venient. It's cheap, too.
We've all sorts of things in
agate ware and in first quality
Meat Choppers, Fry Pans,
Bread Boards, Dust Pans and
W. P. Fuller's Ready Mixed
Paints for household use are
always iu demand about the
homo. A read3r mixed paint
that may bo depended upon is
not always to bo had. Fuller's
is the acknowledged superior
to all others.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Mortageo's Notico of Intention to Fore
close and of Saio.
In accordance with the provisions of that
certain mnrtcauu made by O. II. IX AM A (k),
and KKALAL UNA, his wife, to JOHN FU
I.AA (k), dated Maj 23, 18SS, recorded In tho
Hetrlstrur Olllce, Oiiliu, In Liber llo, pp. 32!
and H3D, nollc-e is hereby Riven that said
morti:at;cc Intends to foreclose the samo for
condition broken, to w It, the non taj ment of
both pilndpal and Interest when due.
Notice Is llkeulso iilven that after Mioex
plrutlou of thtLO weeks from this dato tho
propertv coered by said mortipiio will bo
advcrtlvd lor sale and will be sold at public
auction at tho auction rooms ol James F.
Morgan, Honolulu, on Wednesday, August
li. lDrt. at 12 o'clock noon of tint day.
For further particulars apply to J. A.
Macoon, attorney lor John Pulaa, mortgagee,
Honolulu Hale, Merchant street.
Dated Honolulu. July 20, IS'Jd.
The property to bo sold Is as follows:
All that plcco or parcel of land situated at
Kapaakca and OpuUanla, Waiklki, Oahu,
described in ltoyal l'atent No. 250-, Kuleann
1510, to Kaneauhll, containing an area of four
and .SO-too acres. &VJ-td
Take an Outing
Trains will leave at 9:15 a. m,
nuclide p. M., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 p. m.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class 2d Class
Pearl Ottv '75 $ 50
EwaPlatitution... 1 00 75
Wimmie 1 CO 1 25
NOTICE IS IIBUKHY GIVEN TO ALL
persons lmvinc claims against the Estute of
Kali 011 Virginm Trilman, luto of IIoiioluli,
(leoenfoil, to present tliu tmmo to tho under
signed within six montlw from tho dnto of
tho publication of this notice, or tliey will
ho forever barred; nnd those iudohted to
mid Estate lire requosteil to make iininudinto
payment. Claims may bo presented nt the
oflico of P. Nouninnu, En.
ELIZAllirni K. PRATT,
Executrix Will of Knliou Virgtuin Tillman,
Honolulu, July 13, IS00. :i51-5t
. . ENOUGH FOR .
Tho 145th Man
gets loft. . .
57 Voiir only chance; come and seo 'em.
I. LEVINGSTON, - - - Manager,
Wavcrlcy Block, Hotel Street.
l" Shirts Mado to Order.
Retail Their . . .
At Wholesale Prices!
Specialties THIS WEEK
I tnlco pleasure in anuomic
iug to you that I lmvo remov
ed to my new quarters nt NO.
513 FORT STREET nud am
propnred to uxecuto nil orders
portfiiuiup to my business.
Jowolry Repairing, "Wntch
Repairing, Fine Eugrnving,
etc., etc. I lmvo n hundsomu
stock o "Wntclies and Jowol
ry to show you including n
largo variety o vnlunblo Isl
and Curios. Your patroungo
is respectfully solicited.
320 Foit strcot, near Merchnnt.
Custom eonse Broker anil Statistician
General Business Agent.
iSTJSW STQ.RJE I
Sana Wo Clian
Nuinnu strcot, near Knkni
NOW OI'JBIN" : ,
liunmiM nnd V gntnb cs nlwnyH on hand.
Cliioltons unci Uiiokti alivo or dross
oil, trohh I'gps (IcHvmihI
to nil pal tu of tho city.
ISLAND FRUIT 0? ALL KINDS.
jWo plow our own biuiitnni
BAM WO CHAJT.
Duriufj Mr. llourdiiinu'H absonco, Jlr.
Uwing will ilmve ohurj,'o of my bookn uml
utteinl to nfl collectioiiH. Ilo can bo found
t'ithcrnt Mr. Uonrduin'n's oflico nt Ugura i:
Co.'s or at my office.
:i.15-tf DK. nURHKUT.
A nOLSTEIN OOW, FINE MILKF.Tt,
kind and gontlo, hcconil calf, bain fed.
Quurnutceil a good cow. Apply nt
371-lw UUIiLIlTIN OFFICE.
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
Steamers ot tho abovo Lino running in connection with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, B. O., nnd Sydney, N. S. W., nnd cnlUng nt Vietorin, B. O.
llouolulu nnd Suvn (Fiji),
.A-jRE 3DTJTE J1? HODSTOIjTjrLTjr
On or nbottt tho dntoa below stated, viz.:
rrumSjilnejr ntnl Suvn, for Victoria ami I Vmin Vlctiirln nnd Vnncomcr, II. C to
Vmicouvur. It. C.I . R11( HilnHv.
Stmr "MIOWEIIA" AnCnst 21
Stmr "WA1UUMOO" September 24
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" Moeiuber 21 Stmr MIOWEilA'. .V.V.". .VNovember 10
Tliroiili TIclcctM IhniiccI from llouolulu to Caiimla,
Unitotl States ami IStiruiic.
riiKioiJTANDrASWNaEitAOENTfl: I C-For FrciRht nud PnBsnRo nnd nil
D. MdNicoLii, Montreni. Gimmlu. I Gnerftl lDforffintion. npply to
ItoonisT Keiiii, Winuipex, Cnnridii. THFf) U nAUICQ JL Pn iu
M. M. Htxiin. Sim Fmncisco, CJnl. ,"tU. H. UAVIhb & 00,, LfJ
O. MoL. BnowN, Vnucouvor, B. O. I AwentB for the Hnwniinn Inlands.
Oceanic Steamsliip Co.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
Tlio Now nud Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of tho Oeennio Steninsliip Cotnpntiy will
no uuo 111 iimioiiuu irom oyuuey nna
Aueklnud on or nliout
Auff. 20, .1S96.
Aud will leave for tho nbovo port with
Mails nud FusBeiiKors on or nlxiut that
For Sydney and Mickisiid:
Tho Now mid Fine Al Sfeo Steamship
" Monovai "
Of tho Oeennio Steamship Company will
bo dUO nt Honolulu from Hfltl Frnncinrvi
ou or about
Aug. 27, HS9G.
Allll Will bnvrt TirnlflTif ilnannfli tttiII,
Mnilc and FnnheiiKors for tho abovo ports.
Tho nridorefciicd tire now prepared
Tl!ruii;li Tickvts to All L'oints
tu tho I'lilted States.
CSTFor further particulars regarding
Freight or Fnasngo npply to
' WM. G. IRWIN CS., L'd,
Oceanic Steamship Co.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
Aug. 10, 1H90.
Sept. 4, 1800.. .
for S. F.
Aug 15, 1800
Sept. 0, 1800
From San Fraucisco From Syduoy for
for Sydney. San Francisco.
Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Mouowai, Ang27,'90 Alnuiedn, Aug20'9rt
Alameda, Bept24,'0O I Mnripotm,Septl7,00
A LIFE SIZE
WITH . i
One Dozen Pliolca of the Sittsr
JSTIs tho LATEST OFFER we have
Portrait and Landscape
J aiir).os L. 1-Iolt,
General Business Aqent, Ac
countant and Collector.
Office: No. 11 Knahumanu Street. Tolo
phone No. 030. Prompt nltontlon
gunrantoed, 217 tf
A. V. GEAR.
Nu. Oua, Klnt; at.
' Stmr " WAERIMOO" Aucnst 10
I Stmr -MIOWBHA" Senlcmher 10
Pais Miil hstik k
Occifienial & Or.eirtal StsarasLip Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG i
Steamers of tho nlwvo Companies will
call nt llouolulu cm thoir wny to tho
nbovo ports on or nlwut tho following
Stmr llolgio Aug. 15, 1800
Stmr Coptic Sept. 2. 18JK5
RIodo Juutlro b'ept. 10, 1S0C,
For SAN FEANCISCO:
Steamers of tho nbovo Companies will
call nt llouolulu on their wny from
Ilougkoug nnd Yokohama to tho nbovo
port on or nbout tho following dntcs:
Stmr Rio do Janeiro Aug. 19, 1800
Stmr Gnelio tiR, js, 1800
StmrDorio Sept. 15, 1890,
Rales of Passage are as follows:
TO XOKO- TO HONO
Cabin 3150.00 8175.00
Cabin, round trip, 4
months 225.00 2G2.50
Cabin, round trip, 12
moutha 2G2.50 010.25
European Steerage.... 85.00 100.00
ESTPnheengers payiug full fnro will be
allowed 10 percent ou" return fare if ro
turning within twelve months.
KiTFor Freight nud Pnssago npply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Wife's Steamship Go's
C. L. WIGHT, r-rcs. S. B. ROSE, Seo.
Cupt. J. A. ICING, PortSupl.
Will leave Honolnln at 10 a. si., touching at
Lahnina, Mimlaen Buy nnd M .keim the
snmodjy; llabukonn, Kawidhnoiiucl Lau
naboelioo tho following day, arriving at
llilo tho bumo oenii)(,'.
LZAVKS HONOLULU. ARRIVES IIOKOlUtU.
Friday Aug. 7
Tuesday,.. .Aug 18
Friday Aug 23
Tuesday, ....Sopt. 8
Friday, .... Aug. 14
Fridny Sept. 4
Tncbiliiy ...Sept. 15
Rctnrning, will ,'cavo llilo at 1 o'clock
r. M., touehiug at Laupahoehoc, Mnhu
konn and Kawuihne i"inio dayj Maliena,
Hanlnca Hay and Lahaiua the following
day; arriving at Honolulu tho afternoons
of 'luesday and Fridajs.
Will oall at I'ohoiUi, 1'nna.
fi5TN'o Freight will bd leceived after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will lenvo Honolulu Tuesday at fir.ii.i
touching nt Kahului, llnua, Huinouaucl
Kipalmln, Maui. Returning arrives at
Ilunolnlii Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nun, Kaupo, on second trip
of each mouth.
S3?No Freight will bo received nftor
p. m. on clay of Bailing.
This Conipuuy will ressrveu tho right to
malto changes in tho timo of departure and.
arrival of its sti-iuneiH without notico nnd
it will not bo reupoiibible for auy couse
cptencfs aiising tlmrcfraui.
Consignees niiiHt bo at tho I.iiudlngs to
rccoivo thpir Freight; this Company will
not hold itself rtspoubiblo for freight altar
it has bocu landed,
Livu Stock only at owner's risk.
This Company will not bo it'hponsiblo
for Money or Valuables of paongers
unless placed in tho cmo of I'uiseiH.
Pasbengors aie reipiehtod to pnrchaso
.tickets befoi-ombarkiug. ThObO fulling to
do so will bo subject to an additional
charge of twenty-live per cent.
To Let or Lease.
THE ES11)FNCE OF MRS. A LONG,
one mile fiom postofflce. Lurgo houuo with
(nrnitiiro. Four bed rooms, parlor, largo
dining room, pantry, kitchen bath rooms,
hot and cold wator, with patent closets,
servant houses, btalilcs, hoi to paddock,
gardcu nnd tiecs. A charming location.
Apply to J ALFltrn MAGOON.
tf Merchant st., ntxt j OiUifTn ei
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