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EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST 11, 189G.
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THE WATERFROMT SUGAR ADVANCES A LITTLE
J. I. WATERHOUi
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
KTEAMNIIII" AUSTUILIA AltlllVBD
Poor Qunlltjr ol foul llrtard the
Liner Speed The Ilnrk HitrvcuWr
'With t'oal From Aiifttrnlln.
The Australia will return to tlis Coast on
Saturday, Aug 15.
The tcliooncr Aloha received No I sugar
from the Maleale today.
The steamer Kuala Is on the Marine
ay for denning ami rcpilis.
The bark Velocity sails this evening with a
n timber of C'lilncte pascngcr for tho Orient.
The steamer W 0 Hall was "raised"
twenty miles cast by the lookout early this
About twenty Japanese took passage In tho
Mount Lebanon yesterday for their tut he
The schooner John D Tallnnt bns been
chartered to load lumber at Tort Gamble for i
Tomorrow, blgli tldo largo 0.1J p m; high
tide small ft III p in; low tide largu .... am;
low tide small 0.10 pm.
Tho schooner Mol Wahlno nrrlrcd this
morning with n cargo of No ' sugar, which
wus put Into the bark Iolnnl.
The barkcntlne W It Dlmoml for Honolulu
and the brlir J I) Sprockets for Mahukoua
railed from San Francisco on July 80. The
barkcntlne Irmgard sailed the llrst ol August
ior this port.
The American bark Harvester, 0 Blieck
master, 5t days out from New tastle, Austra
lia, arrived In the harbor ctcrday after
noon Light winds are reported for the oy
ago. Shu brought UlUU tons of coal, con
signed to order.
The following vcsuls have arrived at Pan
KrancUi'o from Hawaiian ports on the datts
named: Juh SO--S S Monowal, 0 dau, 10
hours from Honolulu July i 3 . Itelglc.
lidas, 10 hours and IS minutes from Hono
lulu. Aug 2 llktn 8 Wilder, 'MVt dajs
from Honofulu; schr John I) Tallant, i dajs
The 8 S Australia, the popular liner or tho
(lcmnlc Compiny, slgiitid b the alert
lookout tit Diamond llc.id at dnUlght this
morning, and nt a ipiartcr after six she wjs
tied up at the dock. Owing to tho poor
lualltvofeoal. the Anatiiilln could not have
arrlud until midnight, so the engines were
slowed down to bring her In at daj-briak.
Following Is the obliging puroir's report
Left San Francisco August 1 at HI a m, with
-tOcahtitHud 2') steerngo pnssengcis. and iJ
bags of mall. Kxpcrlcmttl the hrst 48 lionrs
moderate N W wind; thence to port N F, S
uud 3 E wind. On Aug 8, cmounterid a
heay rain storm 'llm of ojngo 1 days,
V.I hours. Aug 0, at II. "ill p m, h Miiiiikt
tuppottd to be the 3 8 l'eru was sighted.
MoNiur. Aug 10.
Am bk Hancstcr, Heck, from Nuwcatlc.
TuhSDAY, Aug 11.
OS8 Australia, Houdlctte, from Sau Fran
Stmr Walaliale, Oregorj, from Hawaii.
8ehr Mol Wahlne, from I'naullo.
8tmrW 0 Hall, Slmerson, from Hawaii
Tuesday, Aug 11.
8tmr Clandlne, Cameron, for Maul
Stmr Kauai, Smjthe.for Lahalna, Honokaa
8tmr Kcauhou, Thompson, for Hanamaulu.
Stmr Iwelanl, llruhn, for N'awillwlll,
Koloa, Eleclc, Mnkawi.ll, Wahnca, Ktkaha.
llr bk Velocity. Martin, for Hongkong.
Am bktn J M (Irlllllh, Arey, lor 1'uget
From S-on Francisco, per O 8 8 Australia,
Aug 11 W O Atwjter, wife and child, Mrs h
Archer, Thos A Dalley and wife. Miss M Bar
rctt, W I Cleat e and wife, Prof F 11 Drcsslar,
Oco De l Vergne, Mis (J (irecn, Ml s Jessie
M Oiarhnrdt, fJio F (liant, Jas Ounii and
wlfo, N Ilalsuuil. A O Hitchcock and wife, J
L Howard. J A Kennedy. Mrs K V Little and
child, Mlas It A Miller. A O Niepcr. Geo II
Hoblrismi, Mrs Dr Luke Hohlnson, John L
Itlchards, ulkand son, Master ltithatds, it
fechagllir. It Shaliiwald, WS Terrv. MMC
Walker, Miss M J Walker, Mis- II tight, C
W Tryne, John Oillesplc.
OAIIGOUS ntOM ISLAND l'OnT8.
Ex schr Slot Wahlne SOtiO bag's sugar.
Ex. stmr Wnlalca'e HBO bags sugar.
(JILIiEIlT On tho 8th Inst, nt his home In
Ntiiianti Vullcj. IVrey fclu.irt tst Jolui
(illuert, In his SJrd 3 tar.
Yi:ittu:s ui'o.v st'Mti..
lUir.O'-UiMi to llnwnllitii AJini'xutluii
Il Itiniii lt'- I'lold'o Itoi'y.
Says the San Jj'ruuoUco Chioni
clo editorially : Tho burly of Kato
Field still lies in a recnivwu vault
at Honolulu fin thine bomtiH to be
no otio in tho Tnited StnteB who
is willing to bear tiu expense of
its removal to tho spot in the Adi
rondack wooili-, where Alius Kate
Fiold wished to bo buried. Unless
tho Hawaiian annexationists, in
whoso behalf the journalist risked
her health and lost hor life, tako
it upon tlieniHi'lven to send the ro
mains to Hub couutry, it i& likely
that they will ntay where they aro.
Conhitlning tvlio Kato Pihl ns
nd what ithn did lor pwiplo rm.l
for eiiusQfi in her UKeful life, tho
fact lhn.1 hor Inst witfiim cannot bo
oaiuV-d out foi wunt of n beggarly
1000 voijt'is very oar)y upon
I.ATKST SEWS OF THE STATE OP
TUB SUGAlt MARKET.
KxtractN lroni Cimtlc A I'onke'N Sueur
Circular limned Tliln Morning; Ar-
rlviiln nnd leprlurcorVccl.
From circular lottor No. 192 is
Bued by Cnstlo & Cooko to their
isltiud correspondents this morn
ing tho following items concern
ing tho sugar mnrkot aro glonncd.
By tho arrival oi! tho steamship
"Australia" wo havo received in
tolligouco as follows:
Tho market has dovoloped a
little more strongth than at tho
sailing of tho "China."
Centrifugals: Thero has beon
but ono salo of theso, viz.: 2000
bags of Java to arrive, noar by, at
3 3-8c. for 90 degrees; wo hope
this may be but tho beginning of
a larger improvement in prices.
Granulated: Tho price in Now
York is 4.56; Sau Francisco 4 5-8.
Beets At last adviceB theso
woro 93 4Jd. Tho next day they
advanced to 9s Gd and tho day
following to 9s 8Jd. Since then
thoro has beon no quotation.
Sugar Stock Prices havo drop
ped off again from 8105 3-8 on
July 31st to $103 5-8 on Auguet
3d for common and from $97: to
S97 for proforred-
Arrivals S. G. Wilder, Hono
lulu, August 2nd. John D. Tal
lant, Hilo, August 2nd.
Sailings Irmgard, Honolulu,
Vessels Discharging S. G.
Vessels Waiting to Discharge
John D. Tallant.
Vessels on tho Berth Albert,
to sail August Sth. S. C. Allen,
to sail August (5th. Transit, S. N.
LATEST FOKEIO.N .NKWN.
Continued from 1st Page.
there. By this course ho
thinks tho Democrats could best
ensure effective opposition in
Congress to McKinloy's adminis
tration. Gold Democrats in Connecticut,
Vermont and Iowa will send
delegates to tho Indianapolis con
ference. President Kruegor says the
British Government has yet to
decide who were tho ringleaders
in tho Jameson raid.
Director Schroedor of tho East
Africau Plantation Company, has
beon sentenced to fifteen years'
penal servitude for brutality to
native mpn aud women.
Tho nativcB are holding their
own againBt tho whito forces in
Rhodesia, South Africa.
A tidal wave in tho Yellow
Sea, China, on July 20, destroyed
many villages and drowned four
In Honolulu' IntcreNt.
Tho Chronicle nftor mentioning
Mr. Noumanu's arrival in San
Francisco and illness, mentioned
in a report from the Call on
auother page, says:
Paul Neumann will go from
horo to Guatemala as soon as his
health will permit him to under
take tho journey. Ho says that
ho has not conio hero solely for
his health. Ho has been advised
that a steamer lino may bo stinted
to run between Guatemala and
I tho Oriout, and he intends visit-
ing Guatemala to induce tho pro
j moters of the enteri'iino to run
' their otounier.s into Honolulu. In
this, it is fciiitl, ho is backed by
cettain large busiuess interests in
Hound lor flilun.
Se,ouleou Chiuese contract lr.
borerp, whoso timo has oxpired
and who refuse to enter into a now
coutract havo boon brought up
from Ewa plantation and lodged
in the police station preparatory
to beinn: Rent back to China on tho
Senttlo is fast becoming a groat
oity. Ono thing which makes it
famous in Seattle boor, which you
find at tho Criterion. A good
thing always makes its mark.
Tliii is ono of tho best things on
Whatever may be tho result
of the Election in tho United
States there will bo land in Ha
waii and people to cultivate it.
Thero will still bo beautiful
homes and lawns for Chinese
and Japanese yard men to look
after and keep beautiful.
It is a question if thero aro
many places whero gcater at
tention is paid to beautifying
the lawns and it is probable
tho appearance of the best of
them is in a measure duo to
us, for we provide tho garden
tools of the town.
Our stock of Hoes, Rakes,
Weeding Forks, Bush Hooks,
is as completo in numbers and
quality as will be found any
where. Garden and Hedge
Shears are better when of
English make and wo havo
paid particular attention in tho
selection of these tools.
Wc have other articles for
tho garden which must re
commend themselves to you if
you aro judge of qualities.
Trowels Oo's and Bush
Hooks aro useful; so are Hand
Axes when trimming algcroba
We do not havo exclusive
sale of these articles: every
body sells them, but they
don't all sell as good quality as
wo. When you buy from us
our name over tho door is a
guarantee of tho quality and
J. T. WATERHOUSE
LEWERS & COOKE
A GREAT INVENTION
Jloten itself nbout your Lawn. Travels
in a Rtraiglit lino or n tirclo Stops mi loin
oticdlly. Set lor aiiy length of hoso.
C7" No such Sprinkler lws otor becu
placed on tho market befoie.
Come and See it!
LEWERS & C00KE,
Fori Stree t,
- Telephouo 20.
Take an Outing
Trains will leave at 9:15 a. h.
nnl 1:45 r. M., arriving in Hono
lulu nt 3:11 and 5:Gu p. M.
ROUND TRIP, TICKETS:
1st Clues Si Class
Pearl City $ 75 if 60
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Wainnao 1 50 1 25
(Physician -.- and -:- Surgeon
llosidonco next toll. W. Schmidt,
Vx,, Jierotania street
Specialty: Diseases or Eye, Ear, Nose aid Throat
. . ENOUGH FOR . .
The 145th Man
gets left. . .
F5T l'our only chance; come and sec 'cm.
I. LEVINGSTON, - - - Manager,
Waverloy Block, Ilotol Streot.
Shirts Made to Order.
At WMtsale Prices !
Specialties THIS WEEK
I tnko pleasure iu nnuoune
inc to you tlmt I have remov
ed to rav now quartors nt NO. i
Ki t;rw'i' tt'iuji.'M.vn n.i , i
UU X'VyXbX UJ.XIJUJJX uuvt U1U
propnrcd to esecuto all orders
pertaining to my buBiness.
Jewelry .Repairing, Watch
Repairing, 1'iuo Engraving,
etc., etc. I have a handsome
stock o Watches and Jewel
ry to show you including a
largo variety o valuable Isl
and OurioH. Your patronngoj
is respectfully solicited.
Gr. II-A-JU1 1JJS Jtij JRi.
320 Foit Btreot, near Merchant.
Custom House Broker aud statistician
General Business Agent.
Fort St. Opp. Pnuthcon Stables.
Our Scissors aro sharp; our
Razors uro bright; wo Shavo
equally well by day or by
FRANK PAOHECO, Propr.
During Mr. Bourduiau's absence, Mr.
Ewing will lmvo charge of my books and
attend to nil rollrctiinm. IIo can bo found
either tit Mr. llunrrimun's ofhco at Ognni &
Co.'h or nt uiy offito.
335-tf DK. IIERnEKT.
A H0LS1T.IN COW, FINE MILKEH,
kiiul and gcutlo. hccoihI calf, lmru fed.
Guiirmitccd a good coY. Apply nt
37Mv UUL1.ETIN Ol'FIOK.
Steamers ot tho above Lino running in connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Batwoen Vancouver, B. O., nnd Sydney, N. 8. W., nnd cnlling at Victoria, B. O.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
ufii.ISE HDTJTES j&JJ? HOSTOnLiXTXjXr
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.)
Prom Sydney nnil Huva, for Vlctorln unit I from Vlctorln nmt Vnnriitiier, II. O,, to
Vancouver. II. O.I I Sum nml Hjitneyi
Stmr "MIOWERA" August 21 ' Sttnr " WA1UIIUOO" August 10
Btuir "WAIUUMOO" September 24 Mmr "MIOWEKA" September 10
Stmr "MIOWEIU" October 24 I Stmr "WATUUMOO" .October 10
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" November 24 Stmr "MIOWEltA" Kovembcr 10
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to Cnnmln,
United Stntcs and Europe.
FKEtOUT AND rASSENOIHl AOKNTKI
D. MoNicoil, Montreal, Cnnadu.
KoDKnT Kcitn, Winnipeg, Canada.
M. M. Stern, Sau Francisco, Cal.
Q. MoL. Biiown, Vancouver, B. 0.
Australian Mail Serrice.
For San Francisco:
Tho New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic 8toatnhip Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from Sydney and
Auckland on or nlxmt
Ai. 20, 180G.
And will leae for tho alioro port with
Mails aud Passengers on or about that
For Sydney am! Auckland:
The Now and Fine Al Slco Steamship
" Monowai "
Of the Ocenuio StpamRhip Company will
be due at Honolulu from Snu Frnnciaco
ou or about
.A.ng. 27, H 89G.
And will have prompt dcapr.toh with
Mails and l'titseeiigers for tho above ports.
Tho nndarsigncd nre now prepared
Through Tickets to AH Points
in Hit) Untied Stntcs.
i tS?"For further pnrticulara regarding
j Freight or Paatmgo apply to
i WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
'Oceanic Mi Co.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. V.
Aug. 10, 1890.
Sept. 4, IS'Jti..
for S. F.
,.Ang 15, 1S00
.Sept. 0, 1S9G
tfrom Sau Francisco From Sydnoy for
Alamodn, Kept 24,'DO
A LIFE SIZE
Ons Djscp. Pholc2 ci the Siitsi
tbo LATEST 01'FElt wo huve
Portrait and Landscapo
J ames L. 1-Iolt,
Genkkal Business Agent, Ac
countant and Coixi:oToit.
OF7I0K; No. 11 Knnbtimauu Stroet. Tele
phono No. 039. l'rouipt attention
guaranteed. 217 tf
A. V. GEAR.
Telephone 830, is:; No. CUV, King St.
I 13" For Freight aud Pnsengo and all
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Ageiitg for tbollawailiinlalnnds.
m Ml SWi
Occiflental & OriBntal SteamsMp Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG I
Steamers of tho abovo Companies will
call at Honoluln on their way to tho
above ports ou or about tho following
Stmr Be'gic Aug. lfi, 1890
Stmr Coptic Htpt. '-'. 1890
lllo do Janeiro Sept. 10, 1890,
For SAN FEANCISCO:
Steiuuora of tho nlwvo Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong nnd Yokohama to tho above
port on or nlxmt tho following dates:
Stmr Itio do Janeiro. ...Aug. 10, 1800
Hut Oneliu Vug, 28, "S00
5 Stmr Doric, Stpt. 15, 1800,
Rstes of Passage are as follows:
TO TOKO- TO llONCt
Cabin S1C0.00 C175.00
Cabin, round trip, 1
Cabin, round trip, 12
European Steerago .... 85.00
grPahf-engere rayiug full faro will bo
allowed 10 peicent off return fare if re
turning within twelve months.
CSTFor Freight nnd Paasago apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.
IVildcn Steamship Go's
O. Ij. WIGHT, Prc. S. IJ. KOSi:. See.
Cnpt. J. A. KING, 1'ortSnpU
Will leave Honolulu nt 10 a. m., touching at
L'thiunn, Muuluen liny nnd M keim the
saiau (by; Mnliulioua, Knwnihue nud Luu
pnboeboe tho following day, nmviug at
Hilo the same evening.
Tneibiy, . .Ang IS
Tritli.y, . ..Aug 28
Tiicmluy St'i t. 8
TrUlny Sept. 18
Trilby, . . .
Vndnj ," . ,
, Aug. 14
, .Hipt. -i
Eeturcing, will h'Ke Hilo nt 1 o'clock
P. M., touching nt Lnupnbwlioe, Miihu
konn nnd Knwiiihuo i"in,e dnyj Mnkenn,
Manlnea Euy nnd Lahniiui the following
day; arriving at Honolulu thb nftornoons
of Luesdny aud Friiiuya.
Will ohIi at Toboilii, Pnnn.
SNo Freight will be received after
12 noon on dny of bailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday at 5 r. x.t
touching at Knunlui, Ilium, Ilnmoanud
Kipnhulu, Moni. ltcturniug anives at
Honolulu Unuilny mornings.
Will call nt Nun, Kaupu, on bi coud trip
of each mouth.
tOS'So Freight will ho mehednfler
I', si, on any of siuling.
This Company will reserves tho right to
make changes in tho timo of depurturo nnd
uvrlval of its Hlenmets without notico and
it will not be responsible for uny cjiisc
quonces ni isiug therefrom.
Couaigueeh muBt bo ut tho Liindings to
recoho their Frt'iglit; this Cowpiuiy will
not hold itsolf robponaihlo for frtiht after
it hits been liiiuled.
Live Stook only nt owutr's risk.
This Company will not bo leapmibiblo
for Monoy or Valuables of pabsengera
uuless placed ip the care of Pursers.
l'aiKeiigers nie itquested to purchase
tickets before embarking. Thoo fulling to
do bo will bo subject to an udditional
charge of twenty-lit e per tent.
To Let or Lease.
THE -IES1DFNOE OF MHS. A LONG, .
one mile from postofllce. Luryo honso with
furniture. Four bed romus, parlor, largo
dining room, pantry, kitchen, bath rooms,
hot and cold water, with patent closets,
servant houses, tttulilea, horse pndilotk,
gnrdeu ond trets. A iliauuing lufittion,
Apply to J ALl'Jtl.l) MMIdON.
tf Merchant st uext 1 outoUlio i
jftlS, i. -j,