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B; 8 EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 9, 1896.
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L SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. --'-' !Z"--
Wk: Continued from 1st Pane.
K' iiik o. s. a AUNiRtuA iioc.ND , . , ,, sola aro allowed to encago in trad- &MM-
USA, was too strong tor me, ana at iz
MBt- w-.. o'c ookiTftB on board the vobboI."
TaMMigern Departed for hCot nntt
(he Other Ilanila Dolnira
The bark Forest Queen is unloading lum
ber at rort-street wnsrr.
inspector David Doweett Is discharging the
bark Ladas, hU rtrst vessel.
Tlio 8 S Australia sails at four o'clock
UJs afternoon for San Francisco.
The Kcauhou came In from Kauai this
mominR. she brought no sugar,
.iZ0nrg.Mw1?m,?i.?iVi:s ., !!
lido small 5.45 p m; low tluc large Una p in; '
jow uao small u:iu p m.
The American bark Coins, the Nlcaraguau1
bark Dominion unci tho Urltltb Lark tiuuwdon
aro loailliiK coal at Newcastle, S W, lor '
Cantaln Calwav was In town from the
wreck today, 'flare Has not muih coal
taken out jcatcrday, but the work Is steadily
Tlio two Liverpool wharf rats, who were
ntowRR In Urn bark Latins, arc linked up.
Tlic.t will returutd to Die vessel Hlaiii-leh
ready to sail,
The steamer Iwalanl arrived lMtnlcht from!
Lahatna with sugar for thu bark Albert. The
Albert will be soil for the Bay City about
Tueilyof next neek.
Between fne and tlx o'clock la tho even
ings, race boats from the boat clubs may be
sceu darting In mid out of the harbor. They
are practicing for the coming regatta.
Tuesday, 8ept. 8.
8tmr Iwalanl, Smythc, from Lahatna.
Btmr Keauhou, Thompson, from ports
Tuesday, Sept. 8.
8ehr Ka Mol, for Faauilo.
Wednesday, Pcpt. 9.
Stmr Kcsulioii, Thompson, for Koloa and
8 8 Australia, Houdlctte, for San Fran
cisco. VE8SELS LEAVING TOMORROW.
Stinr Iwalanl, 8m) the, for Lalialua, Hono
Ua mid KnKulbnele,
From Lahalna, per stmr Iwalanl,
E Kopko and 1 deck passenger.
From Kauai, per stmr Kcauhou,
Alias F N Doyerand M Kawchc.
For Maul. Tier stmr Claudlnc. Sent 8 Mrs
J O Yoiiiil'. Miss M Akana. Miss J
Mm Ka eland child. W A HaUUln. F 11 Hay ,
acldcn. wire, child aud daughter, JO Garnctt or Island, bOSldeS a copy on a
andwIfe,8WKaal.JKIsep;. JDKcnne.1, , in ink of ft lone in-
lv .1 K Knvmnnd. M D. E K L'aschton, U U
Ovendcn, Ku Tong, Clara Polcckl.
For Kauai, per stmr Mlknhnla, Sept 3 W
G Smith. Misses Hharpc, Miss Etwill. O von
Hamm, Mr Macklntosli, Father Matthias,
N Wilcox, Ako, Mrs George tea. C P Ilonsall,
F Walilron. 8 Kubey, 11 C Ilalwersen, Jas
Couun, Mrs Dr Walters, Mrs 8 Bcrtclmaun,
Mrs Crownlnberg, J Asfergelt, B Mars. II
Armttuge, and 59 uudeck.
For San Francisco, per 8 8 Australia, 8ept
V-a W Maeturlane, wife and child, F Weber,
Miss M L Kllner, Miss Martha Ueckwllh,
Cant D'Albertis, 8 II I)als, W F McMillan,
B F McOulloth, E C Winston, W G Ogg and
wife, W P Elcbbaum, A B Wood, J T M C
Greed, Wilder Wight, Mrs G L Wight. MlssL
Wight, AFAlvarcr, Edgar Lewis, MrsTE
Itouron, MlssKatuGruy, W Whitney. M V
Andrews, Miss A It Whitney, Miss E lilee,
ltobtrt Cation, 11 F Wlchinun, John Ijiubert,
A Horner, I) W It ( otbrune and wife. Capt
Cluuey, Mrs Uenjes aud daughter, A Young,
Mlis Bolton, Dr lltrbett, wife and children.
W UMitlvr tin- Misses Carroll. Hon II P
Baldwin, A Moore, Ilev 8 8 Palmer, Mrs E
Graham aud children.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
E. stmr Iwalanl 3195 bags sugar.
At Tracy's Hall,
Saturday, Sept. 12th,
At 7:30 o'clock p. m.
Ticker, - 81.50.
fKSr" Obtainable from Memlorn of tho
Club, tho Elite Ite Cream Parlnw, or the
Golden ltulo Uniuir. -101 lw
French Claret !
Hus received a lurgy consigumont of
French v Claret V Wine
figr T.x SHowera."
Best Wino in the
The Bereta-nia Street
WIH ho opentd by
WEDXI SDAY, Fcpt Dili, 1800. 401 3t
W' Ak&JOit mmMlh' 'iw.'l $Jt?JfjLt Jwt, S
At the Marquesas he found
much to interest him, including
idols o most grotesque conception.
Leprosy is devastating tho popula
tion. "One generation more, no
Marquesas," was his BententiouB
judgmont. Ho watched tho pearl
divorB nt work thorp and brought
away a flue collection of pictures
of tho performances. Buskets are
lowerod with lines, into which tho
divers loud tho penrl shells as
they Bnatch them from tho hot-
torn. Ho had been told that tho
tlivors descended to a depth of
i u 1 i j
iuuij mmuiun, uui uaum kmui.-ii
as tho truth that they did not
n ilnuM, mnra 4lmn nirrlif
nine fathoms. Also,
& . .1'
while they wore reputed to Btny
under water for three minutes, ou
timing them ho proved that two
minutes wbb tho maximum time
and oven that rarely achiovpd.
t The divnr springs from the bout
feet first and, after
ti im Itrstr lit-
nbotlt O11C0 Or twiCO
, ., , . P i '
grnceiuny ciescnues a parauoia
iheud foiemost as ho propels him
self to the bottom. Captain D'
Albertis tells the interesting fact
that tho device of a pane of glass
fixed in tho bottom of n box is
used to Burvey the depths from
above. Tho box is submerged and
objects beneath can be descried
through the glass without being
obscured by refraction. It is an
especially interesting fact to bo
related of tho Marquesas Islands,
whon it is only lately that Amer
ican papers have mentioned a
similar dovico attributed to tho
invention of an investigator in
Newfoundland waters, who fixes
tho glass in the bottom of his boat
and through it makes notes of my
riads of fish far boneath tho Bur-
Otlptaiu D'Albertis takes a great
interest in Easter Island, t "with its
romainB of ancient civilization.
Ho would have visited tho island
on this occasion, but his "oppor
tunity" did not come to the scratch.
Tho captain has in his possession,
however, photographs of tho fig
ures of deities and, maybe, human
cuieis. and of tlio inscriptions on
., ' , i i r -n-. a
IUO UiOnuineillB UUU IOCKS OL uubl
largo scale in
scriptiou. i peculiarity 01 tuu
Easter Island writing is that it
alternates between right to loft
and left to right. There aro an
cient monutnouts at Ponapo in
tho Carolino Islands aud in tho
Friendly Islands, but no writings
anywhoro iu the Pacific islands
except in Easter Island. Captain
D'Albertis sees in these remains
evidences of communication be
tween the Americans and tho Poly
nesians. Hundreds of photographs and
sketches aro among tho trophies
being carried homo by Captain
D'Albertis from the South Pacific.
Ho has pictures of tho royal
family of Tahiti, showing remark
ably intelligent and comely faces,
and of the chiefs of other groups
inchulinc King Malietoa of Sa
moa; also of Robert LouiB Stovon
son and his interesting household
at Vailima, and of scenory tho
most picturesque imaginable in
various groups. Ono curiosity
noted by him, of which ho has
drawings, consists of tho bamboo
navigating charts of the islands,
shells fasteued to tho junctions of
the sticks showing the landing
places. Sumples of theso charts
are in the Bishop Museum here.
In South Africa tho captain
visited tho battle field of Doorn
korp, where Jamesou's forces wero
bo disastrously routed by tho
Boors. His visit was a few days
after tho fight. Krugersdorf, that
at first gave its name to tho buttle,
is tho noarept railway station.
pipturea of tlio
Hcoiics on thu
tun miles from
grnvoB nud other
spot, tho captain
saw an hiiuiuiibh
cloud o s;nol;o
rise iiino inilfca away, whilo tlio
earth trembled with a mighty
reverberation. Thib wnn tho
tcrriblo dynamite explosion at
ono of tho diggings which was
recorded in tho uows of that
time. In two hours the cap
tain was at the spot, whore
ho secured photographs of tho
hugo chasm made by tho ex
plosion. Other souvonirs of his
visit to South Africa include views
of paintings on tlio rocks by
Bushmen, njse a picture of tho
landing"" of p;isBoi)gors from an
oo' an steamer at Port Natal. Th(y
aro lowored from tho deck in
Captain D'Albertis told of a
curious international mixture on
tho schooner in which ho ombark
od at Tahiti. Only French ves
sola aro nllowod to ongago in trad
ing thoro, and, whilothis ono boro
the French flag, tho captain was
German, the mata "English; the
cook Japancso and tho test of tho
orew describablo only, as often
convenient in Hawaiian poreoual
statistics, by tho term "all others."
His visit to Honolulu had addod
zest to tho captain from tho fact
that his cousin, Luiza Maria D'Al
bortis, tho famous explorer of Now
Guinoa, vtaa hero in 1874, whon
ho mot King Ealakaua. Ho iB
now living in rotiromont in Sardi
nia, but Bomo of his works aro in
tho Bishop Museum nt Honolulu.
Captain D'Albertis Bomo years ago
bought an anoiont estatoat Gonon,
whereon ho has raised a statoly
castlo. Its outor walls wero found
ed in tho sixteenth century, but its
inner walls in tho thirteenth. They
formed part of tho defenses of the
tight little a Republic of Gouoa.
The castlo iB strictly "bachelor's
hall," as tho owner has nev
or capitulated to any Biego of
Cupid. Thoro is a gallery for
walking or other exorcise in wot
weather, and an apartment fitted
up to ropresont tho master's cab
in of a ship. Into tho front of
ono of tho towers is fitted coral
blocks Bent from Polynesia. In
stead of a visitors' book guests
are taken to tho highest room in
tho chief tower of tho castle, where
they aro invited to leave their au
tographs upon tho white walls in
spaces marked off for the purpose.
ArtiBts may draw miniature
skotchos and those addicted to
verso present a sentiment in tune
Captain D'Albertis takes his de
parture from Honolulu by tho
steamer Australia today. Ho ex
presses unfeigned dolight with the
climato and scenory of those isl
ands. Tho captain is a well-preserv-od,
sturdy man probably turned fif
ty,with thick grizzled hair and hea
vy beard, and strong mustache of
typical Italian triin. Ho is not
ably abstemious, being chary of
Btrong wines. During his stay in
Honolulu his invariable "night
cap" has been a dish of icecream
or sherbet at tho Elito parlors.
He has impressed all whom ho
has met hero aB a Bitavo gentle
man, witu wuom intercourse is
no less entertaining than instruc
tive. Any mention ho may make
of Hawaii, in tho reports of his
travels, will certainly bo of bene
fit to tho islands.
King Bros, latest consignment
of picturo frames has taken tho
town by storm. The desigus aro
elegant, up to-dato and of tho
Beautiful, artistic, accurate,
charming island views at King
Bros. Every prominent point on
tho islands is photographed by us
and painted by tho host of our
Theio is a handsomo piece of
property, 70x100 feet, on tho cor
ner prospect aud Hackfeld streets.
It is all fenced ready for building
and water pipeB aro laid on. En
quire of II. M. Dow.
Seattle is fast becoming a great
city. Ono thing which makes it
famous is Seattlo beer, which you
find at tho Criterion. A good
thing always mokes its mark.
This is ono of tho best things on
F. H. REDWARD,
Contractor and Builder.
Oilk'cs mid Stores fitted up and
Kitlmnte glcu on
ALL KINDS OF WOKK.
FT Olllco mid lii-p No 0111 Fort ttn.U,
adlolnln;,' W. V. Wrlslit'i C irrlngu Shop.
Y.M.CA, Evening School
Sept. 21st, and will continuo
for Two Terms of
13 Weeks Each.
Classes will bo organized In linok-kccnlng,
Eltraunlary und Adanced Shorthand, 'type
writing, Vocal and Instrumental Music, tlio
Haivnlmn Language, Heading, Writing, etc.
All Clnssc are tree to members; to others a
fee of f J will be charged.
tST For further Iniormatlon, read our
pamphlet or ring up 4J7. 307-lin
Mn. Fkank WiuiunTON will havo full
thargo Qthe Ucixetik Circulation De
partment from thin date.
i. L. FINNEY,
u -'" Business Manager.
Honolulu, Sept. 1, 1890. 400-lw
Steamers of tho above Line running in connection with the
CANADIAN PACIEIO RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, li. 0., and Sydney, N. ti. W., and calling at Victoria, B. 0.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
-A.ISE jdtjei ajt nonsroxj-criiij-cr
On or about tho dates below stated, vii.:
From Sydney and Suva, fur Victoria and
Vancouver. B. C.t
Btmr "WARRIMOO" September 21
Btmr "MIOWEHA" October 24
Btmr "WABHIMOO" November 24
Bttui" MIO WEIIA1 ' December 24
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada,
Unlft'd States and Europe.
rnKionr and fabsemoeii aoehts:
D. MoNiooll, Montreal, Canada.
KoncitT KEitn, Winnipeg, Canada.
M. M. 8ten, Stiu Francisco, Col.
Q. McL. BnowN, Vancouver, B. O,
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
The New and Fino Al Stool Steamship
" Mariposa "
Of tlio Ocoanio Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from Sydney and
Auokland on or about
Sept. 17, 1896.
And will leave for tho abovo port with
Mails and Pau&ongers on or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho New and Fino Al Stce Steamship
Of tho Oceanio Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
Sept. 24, 1896.
And will havo prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for tho abovo ports.
Tho undorsigned nro now prepared
Through Tickets to All Point h
iu tho United States.
t3yFor further particulars regarding
Freight or Passago apply to
WM. G.IRWIN &C0., L'd,
I. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
Sept. 4, 1890.. .
for S. F.
..Sept. 0. 1896"
..Oct. 3, 1890
From San Francisco
From Sydney for
Alameda, Scpt24,'0G I Mariposu,Septl7,00
Mariposa, Oct 22, '90 Monowai.Oct 15'08
A LIFE SIZE
Qao Eosea Fbalaa of the
LATKST OFFKlt no havo
Portrait and Landscape
WO KT ST BEET.
320 Fort streot, near Merohant.
Custom House Broker anil Statistician
General Business Agent.
Oceanic SteamsliiD Co.
Oceanic SteamsMp Calenders Stariip Co's
.Sto. I TIME TABLE'
From Victoria and Vanoonyer, II. C to
Suva and Sydney!
Stmr "MIOWEHA" September 10
Btmr " WAMUMOO" October 10
Btmr "MIOWEHA" November 10
Btmr "WAimiUOO' December IB
VST For Freight aud Passage and all
General Information, apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for tbo Hawaiian Islands.
ik Mail Hi; k
Occidental & Qriental SteamsLip Co
For YOKOHAMA and H0NGK0NO:
Steamers of tho abovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to tho
abovo ports on or about tho following
Stmr Itio tie Janeiro Sept. 10, 1890
Btmr City of Peklugf . . . .Bent. 28, 18!)7
Stmr Doric Oct. 7, 1890
For BAN FRANCISCO:
Steamers of tho abovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong nud Yokohama to tho above
port on or about tho following dates:
Stmr Doric Sept. 15, 1890
Stmr China Sept. 25, 1890
Stmr Peru Oct. 12, 1890
Rates of Passage are as follows:
TO YOKO- TO HONO
II All A. KONO.
Cabin 8150.00 8175.00
Cabin, round trip, 4
months 225.00 2G2.50
Cabin, round trip, 12
mouths 262.50 810.25
European Steerage.... 85.00 100.00
ESTTabHemrers ravine full faro will bo
allowed 10 poiccnt off return faro it re
turning within twelve months.
gyFor Freight and Passago apply to
H. KACKFELD & CO.,
WIGHV, Fres. S. 1). HOSE, Seo.
dipt. J. A. KING, l'ort Bnpt.
Will lenve Honolulu at 10 A. M., touching nt
Lahamn, Miviluen Buy and Mnkena the
Eiinie (by; Mnhukonii, Kawaihaoand Lau
pahoehoe tho following day, arriving at
Illlo the bftmo evening.
Friday Sopt. 18
Tuesday . . .Sept.
"Tuesday ...sopt "J'J
Friday Oct. 0
Tuesday Oct. 0
Friday Oct. 10
Returning, will leavo Hilo at 1 o'clock
p. m., touching nt Laupahoehoe, Mahu
kona and Kawaihao saiLO day; Mnkena,
Maalaea Buy nud Lahnlna tho following
day; arriving at Honolulu the afternoons
of Tuesday aud Fridays.
Will call at rohoikl, Puna.
j(g-No Freight will be received after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday at 6 r. m.j
touching at Kahului, liana, Uamoaand
Kipahulu, Maui, iteturniug arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call nt Nuu, Kaupo, on second trip
of each month.
JJST'No rrcifjht will be receied lifter
p. m. on day of sailing.
This Company will reserves the right to
mako ohauges in the time of departure and
arrival of its steamors without notice and
it will not bo responsible for any couee
quences arising thorefrom.
Conalcnecs must be ut the Landings to
receive thoir Freight; this Company will
not hold UboU responsible for freight after
it has been landed.
Live Stook only at owner's risk.
This Coinpauy will not bo lehponsible
for Money or Valuables of passengers
unless plaoed in tho care of Pursers.
Passengers are requested to purchaso
tickots before embarking. Those failing to
do so will bo subject to an additional
charge of twenty-live per cont.
To Let or Lease.
THE nESlDENOE-OF MRS. A. LONG,
ono mile from postofllcc. Largo house with
furniture. Four bed rooms, parlor, large
dining room, pantry, kitchen, bath rooms,
hot and cold water, with patent closots,
servant houses, stables, horso paddook,
garden and trees. A charming location.
Apply to J ALFRED MAGOON.
tf Merchant st next rostotutej
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" "W WWWIHMMWIJLPJIIIH
Pioneer Building and
Assets July, 189Gr $106,645.15
Money Loaned on Approved Security.
A Savings Bank for Monthly Deposits.
ZXeiUM Built on th MostUr LuUUweat:
Thirteenth Sorios of Stock now open.
For further particulars apply to
A. V. GEAR, Secretary.
Chamber of Commerce Itooms.
Offlco hours, 12:30 1:301' .M. 373-tf
General Manager of
The Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of tho United States for the Hawaiian
Onrorj Merohant street, Honolulu.
ATLAS -:- ASSURANCE-:- COMPANY
Assets, - - - $10,000,000.
H. W. Schmidt & sons,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Inlands.
and nickel plating n
Gold, SilTir and Bronze Electroplating.
130FOHTSr. : i j TLL.007.
BRASS SMS MADE TO ORDER.
C. B. DWIGHT
Takes contracts for all kinds of STONE
WOIIK, monument work, cement and
Btono sidownlks and curbing. I havo on
hand the best Hawallnn stone, Chincno
grnnito, etc. Fine stono for monumental
work. Estimates given aud lowest pricou
BBsurod. Telephone 833.
Consoliflated Sofla Water Co., LI
Corner Allen & Fort Sts., Honolulu.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
HrM fit., np.ir Fort. Tol. 802.
Jas. F. Morgan.
ATJOTIONEEK AND STOCK BROKER
No. 45 Queen Street.
Expert Appraisement of Real
Eatnto and Furniture.
Hawaiian and Foreign Ilirds and Animals
mounted In the best mumicr, using the latest
methods only. Holt) St mar l)r MtOruw.
DAVID K. BAKER,
in oris t,
Nuuauu Valley, abovo the Mausoleum.
All orders given prompt and faithful at
tention. No extra charge for delivering
Flowers to any purt of tho city. Lois,
Mountain Greens aud Carnations a spe
GONSALVES & CO,
-WHOLESALE GROCERS AND
225 Queen streot, Honolulu, H. I.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Doalors in Lumbor and Coal
and Building Mateiials of nil
Quoon Ptroot, Honolulu.
Book and Job Printer
MeioJmnt Street, Honolulu, H. I.
Over Hawaiian News Company's
Book Store. mv 13.
M. S GRINBAUM & CO.,
Queen street, Honolulu, and 215 Front
street, San Francisco, Cal.
IMPOIITFUS op .
General Merchandise and . ,
. . Commission Merchants.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Oor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Wholesalo Importers and Jobbers of
European and American Dry
Tort aud Qneeu Streots,