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COAST THIS IUORNINU.
TlteH.H. Altmore in PortToday-Tlie
Itlu Otitunrit for the Orient
Other Marine Nolrn.
Tlic Hto satis nt 4 tills afternoon for the
Tlio bark Ceylon called from Fort Gamble
for tills fort Aui;!J3.
On Aug 3, tbc Mexican man-of war Zara
goza nrilvcl at Yokohama.
Tlio schooner Lavltila landed another load
of coal from the Gainsborough this morning
Tomorrow, lilli tide lame 0.38 n in; high
tide mull (l.'.'ll p i; low tide large n in;
low tide small 1i20 p m.
Thu American ship Konnoko arrWed safely
at Now York with Dcr Mi; cargo of sugar
from Honolulu on August HO,
Auk HI, Ihobnrfc Kosciusko from Honolu
lu arrived at Tort AiiclIcs Tlio Mlll.e -Mnru
an hid at scuttle the same dny.
The harkfiitlnc 8 () Wilder for Houolulu
sailed Aug bottom San Francisco, mid the
schooner Muriel for Houot)U left Ihu nevt
The 8 8 Gaelic which had been ashore on
the Japiu cout waiut In the dry Oock In
NngninM. dome til her platen ucie louud to
be broken and bent.
A fortlmi steamer, supposed to be (he
Aztec from Nnimltno with co.il for the Pacific
Mall Steamship Company, was 6lghted off
port nt U;sy today,
Captuln Mcl'luill and family and some of
the apprentice bos and sailors of the wreck
ed bark (alniborough were passengers for
the Coast In the Australia ctcrday.
The Pilot Chart of the North I'uclllc Ocean
lorbeptembcr. published Aug 24, has been
reciheilat the Dullcllti ofllco Too position
of the l.cil of a eil with long Iron spikes
on Jul) 4 U rliuun near these Ulands.
A wll known Honolulu man was found
stowed nwny In the ctinl bunkeis oftlieSS
Australia jestenlay nlteruooti befoie the
steamship sailed for Sau FinucNco. He a
ferreted out hj tlio horbor polUc, and sent
Although the band was missing at the de
parture ol the Australia jesterday, there was
a lame crowd down on Oceanic duck to see
the liner oil. Many of the passengers wcro
com red with llowers us usual, and altogether
It was a gay time.
Following Is Purser O K Freeman's report
of the Itlo uhjehnrrhed early this morning;
The l'MSS City of Itlo ilc Janeiro, Captain
Win Ward from shin FnncUco c))t H at 1.U7
V in, arrived ut Honolulu Sept 1(1 at 4.14 a in.
Passage, 0 days 14 hours and 31 minutes.
Had line weatberllie whole trip.
Tho tramp steamship Altinorc, Watson
master, arrived in this morning with a heavy
cargo of general merchandise, K5U tons of
which Is for this pint, flic Is from Astoria,
Portland and Vletorla, being shout II days
from the latter port. The steamer Is dis
charging at Oieaitlc wharf, and will likely
git away tor Japan come! line tomorrow.
WciiNEsmr, Fcpt. 9.
Stmr Kaala, Thompson, from Oahu
Stmr J A Cummins, Scaile, from Oahu
TiiL'itsiiAY, Sept. 111.
8 8 City of Itlo de Janeiro, Win Ward, from
8 S Altmore, Watson, from Astoria, Port
land anil Victoria.
Stmr tValalialc, Peterson, from Kauai.
TnuitsiUT. Sept, 10.
Stmr Iwahinl, Smythe, for I.aliatim, Hono
kna and Kukutliaele.
Stmr Kaala, Thomp'on, for Oahu ports.
Rtmr WiiluKale, Peterson, for Kapaa and
Schr Kiulkeaoull, for Paaullo.
8 8 Cltj of Wo de Janeiro, Win Ward, for
Japan and China.
VESSEL8 LEAYINQ TOMOltKOW.
S S Altmore. Watson, for Yokohama.
From Kauai, per stmr Wulaleale, 8cpt 10
.Mr I)als, Mr Hagerup, and IS dctk passeng
ers. From 8an Fronelsco, per City of Klo da Ja
neho. Sept Id-For Honolulu: John Wight
man Jr. Miss M Truett, Oeiar Ctittnz, Dr J A
Itlce, .1 A Hoinr, Raiid rilmnks, Mrs Oscar
Curtaz, and W lteas. For Yokohama; Mrs
It E Carn-v and Infant, Hcv II (1 O Hollock,
Coindr M It ft Mackenzie, IT 8 N. I. 9 Tie
maim, 8 Uchlda, T It Terrv and wife, ltov and
Jlrt llnrrU Hiokaw, Win I.ulu Kibble, Miss
A S Howe, E U Moroe and I. II (ilrard. For
Hong Koiil'S Mr" F Fuller, 8 II Halenn, Mrs
Edward llulley, It 8 Hubble, and Caul Yin.
rorLihnIuannilHatniil.ua, per slmrlwa
lanl, Sept Id .Miss Horntr, I) Forbes, Mr
Grcaux, and n dctk passengers.
0ARG0E3 ntOJI I8LAND POUTS.
Ev stmr J A Ciinunliix 1.WJ hairs sugar.
Ev tmr Wnlalcule 170 bugs rite.
Esftmr Ivnalu tflKII 'ngs piddi, 2K) bags
rlco. 13 bdls bags. 10 yk;M tumble.
VI HSU i I.N POUT
U S 8 Adams, WntMui, ban Francisco.
(Contteri not Included In this list.)
Am bk Foils! Queen, Iialey,l'ort lownsend.
Haw schr Nortuu, llouelilll, Fieuch Filgute
Am 1M 11 S N Castle, llubbird, SanFianclsco.
Am hk A'bcrt lirltllths. S F
Am sehr Transit Jolgenseii, 8 F,
Hrlt bk I.adus, Dhon Liverpool.
FOHEION VFSHEhfl EXPECTED,
Vessels bt-ru troiu
AmhktnSO Wilder. .. 1'.
(in-lil: II K (ilude.. I.nsnn Island
Ger bk J C Uluilc. l.tw-rool,...Nri
Am ok Kuwaiti .un,v,.....'ew ioik,
TO bk Seinlnolo Newrinllc...
Hr slip Illwell New cuMle
Ger bn Splca llremcn
Am IjiIk W (i lnii 8 F
Ilk Slludon Newcastle, .
EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 10, 189G. . "4
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IIAU OS' i:illH'ATIOX.
lrucciMlliii; ut tlio Meeting Ycttcrdny
At tbo weekly mooting of tho
Board of Education yestorday
Inspector-General Townsend re
ported that ho had temporarily
placed Mrs. McKay in chargo of
tho Waikapu school.
A jotter from Professor Brown
relative to tho appointment of an
assistant in tho Normal School
was received and action deforred.
Tho mutter of extension of tho
louse of premises at present occu
pied by tho Department at Waio
iiinu was referred to tho Minister
Peter Pascal was transferred
from Wuiulun, Molokai, to Hala
wa, same isluud, at his own ro
quest and Mr. Callow was ap
pointed as his successor.
The resigualiou of P. E. Green
fieldof Kaitohithu, Hamnkua, was
received and accepted.
A communication was roceived
from A. Ahrons resiguinp his
position oE bcliool agiiiit at Waia
uito. lie will bo requested to
reconsider his action.
JLn tlio matter of tho Hanapepo
school, the Attorney Genoial
furnished tho Board with informa
tion that CD. Priugle, tho proaont
principal, had boon convicted in
tho district court of cruelty to one
of his pupils, and in view of com
plaints to tho board from
residonts of Waiinea, tho Board
decided to dcclaro Mr. Priuglo's
place vacant, and on motion O. E.
King of Waiahole was offered tho
principalship of Hauapopo school
and J. 0. Scribuer that of Olaa in
Mr. Kiug's old place.
It was also voted to transfer S.
O. Biddell from Hacnn, Kauai, to
Kauohuhu, Hamnkuti, in the placo
of F, E. Greenfield, resigned.
Mr. Towusond and Principal
Need bam reported on affairs at
the Hoform school.
jiouiu or ucAirii.
ItcL'iilo'inni I'rulilbltlui; PUlilnc In
tho Harbor Itvaclndcd.
At tho regular session of tho
Board of Health yestorday, tho
usual reports of tho fish inspec
tion, votorinary surgeon, etc., for
tho past two weeks wore roceived
The examining board of physi
cians reported favorably on tho
application of Dr. Brown for a
license to practice medicine.
W. J. Feury aud J. Puni wore
selected to run tho two coffee
houses at the leper settlement.
President Smith read a letter
ho had received from O.A. Brown,
a member of the Board, recom
mending tho Norwood filtration
process as tho best suited to Ho
nolulu. Agent Reynolds was
directed to send certain datu re
quired by Mr. Brown aud a speci
men of tho Nuuauu resorvoir
After Bomo discussion on fish
ing in tho harbor a motion to
rescind tho regulation prohibiting
fishing in tho harbor was carried
by a unanimous vote.
Dr. McWayne was appointed
Government physician for North
Koua and Dr. Lindley for South
Kona, tho appointments to date
from Sept. 1.
Dr. Monsarrat and Mr. Kolii
pio woro appointed u committoo
to investigate tho condition of
fish brought from French Frigate
shoals on the Norma before the
Btimo is exposed for sale.
Nicely furnished rooms at tho
Popular House, 151 Fort street,
from 81.00 per week up.
Sterling, tho paintor, is pro
pared to quota prices on roof
painting. He uses n composition of
coal tar and couicnt. Cheapest
and host roof preparation in Ho
uolulu. Seattle iR fast becoming a groat
city. One thing which makes it
famous is Seatllo beer, which you
find nt tho Criterion. A good
thing nlways makes its mark.
This is ono of tho best things on
Kroegor Pianos, sweetest in tone,
JasAV. Borgstrom, solo agent, cash
or installments. "Warorooms at
G. West's, Masonic Templo. Of
fice at Thrum's Book Storo. Tim
ing and repairing. c Tele
Tho Criterion Saloon is a
pleasant placo to go to and its
greatest attraction Jb tho pure,
cold Seattle, beor on draught
there. It makos one's mustache
curly and puts new lifo into the
I , . '
J. T. WATERHOUSE
What with canaigre, coffee
and sugar plantations and rico
as an issuo tho demand for
plantation tools is growing
apace. The clearing of coffee
land requires inoro tools, or as
many, at least as preparing
land for cano. Every first
class store should carry a
stock of them but not all of
them do. Ours is as complete
in these lines as others, and
there is nothing in the lino of
Plantation Tools as everything
else you know what that
Then there's the price. Our
method of buying means low
price in selling. We hove a
small profit that satisfies us
and rou. For Hoes, of overy
description, Cano Knives,
Axes, Picks and Handles
ours is tho place. Wo. arc
prepared to fill any order from
a single article to a hundred
J. T. WATERHOO:
At Tracy's Hall,
Saturday, Sept. 12th,
At 7:30 o'clook p. m.
Ticket, - S1.50.
ffyff ' Obtainable- from Memborn of tlio
Club, tho Elite Ice Cream 1'arlorn, or tho
Goldon Ilule Duzaar. 401-lw
F. H REDWABD,
Contractor and Builder.
Offices and Stores lilted up and
Estimates gh en on
ALL KINDS OF WOTtK.
K5T" Ollleo and Shop: No. 010 Vort street,
adjoining W. W. Wright's Carrliiijo Shop.
Y.M.CA, Evening School
Sept. 21st, au'l will continue
for Two Terms of
13 Weeks Each.
Classes will bo orcanUid In Dook-lteenlni;,
EUmentni) und Advanced tfliottlmnd, 'Ijpu
wrltlne;, Vocal and Instrumental Music, tlio
Hawaiian 1,;hiiioi;u, Heading, Writing, etc.
All Clasi-c are tree to members; to others a
fie ol SJ will lie charged.
'." for Anther Information, read our
paiuphli't or rlni; up -U7. S'JT-lm
Notice is hereby gven thnt I. tlio under
Bignert, Uaa this day given n full powor of
attorney to Mr. Au Con Cheo, of Kapaa,
Island of Kauai, who will act for wo
during my nbbomo from tho Inlands.
Dated ntHanulei, Kauai, Aur 3 Int. 1896.
390-lm TAM SEE 8EE WO.
, I, Notice.
Hit. Frank WniimvroN will have full
charge of,itho Bullitik Circulation De
partment from this dsto.
11. L. FINNEY,
Honolulu, Sept. 1, 1800. . -100-lw
Stoamors ot the nbovo Lino running in connection with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, Ik 0., nnd Sydnoy, N. B. W., and culling at Victoria, B. O.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
from Sydney nnd Suva, for Victoria anil I From Victoria and Vancouver, It. O,, to
Vaueouvor. II. O.i 8 in a and Sydney)
Stmr "WAKIUMO0" Septembers!
Stmr "MIOWKKA" October 21
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" Novcmbor 24
Stwr "MIOWEllA" December 21
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Cunr.rin,
United States anil JtSuropc.
ntEIOUT AND PABSUNOEU AOEST!)'.
D. MoNiooijT, Montreal. Oanndu.
ltoEr.T Knnii, WinnipeK, Cuundn.
M. jI. Kteuk, Bun Francisco, Cnl.
G. MoL. Biiown, Vancouver, B. O.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
Tho Now nnd Fino Al Stool Steamship
" Mariposa "
Of tlio Ocennio Steamship Company will
bo dno at Houolulu from Sydney and
Auckland on or nbout
Sept. 17, 1806.
And will lonvo for tho above port with
Mnils and Passengers on or about thut
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho Now nnd Fino Al Steo Steamship
Of tho Oceonio Steamship Company will
be duo nt Honolulu from Sun Francisco
on or about
Sept. 24, 1896.
And will have prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for tho nbovo ports.
Tho undersigned arc now proparod
Through Tickots to All Points
In tho United States.
"For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passago apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
HOC AX, LINE
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arrive Honolulu Lonvo Honolulu
from S. F. for 8. F.
Bept. 28, 1890 Oct. 3,1800
Oot. 26, 1890 Oct. 18, 1890
From San Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. San Francisco.
Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Alnmcda, Sept 24,'0O I MoiipoBn.Septn.OO
Mnriposn, Oct 22, '06 Monowai.Oot 16'00
A LIFE SIZE
Ono Pq?qr FkolQS of Ihs SlUs:
CX-Ia the LATEST OFI'UK wo have
Portrait aud Landscape
320 Fort street, near Merchant.
Castcm House BroKcr and Statistician
General Business Agent.
; Oceanic SteamstiiD Go.
Stmr "MIOWflHA" September 10
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" October 10
Stmr "MIOWEHA" November 10
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" December 10
tST For Freight and PnssnKO nud all
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for tho Hnwauan Islands.
lil faiiif k
Occlfleuf al & Oriental Steamslilp Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG
Steamers of tho aliovo Companies will
cnll at Honolulu 'on thoir way to tho
abovo ports on or about tho following
Stmr City of Pelciuof Sent. 29. 1807
HtmrDorlo Oot. 7, lH'.KJ
, BtmrlJelgio Oct. 24, 1890
For SAN FKANCISC0:
Stonmora of tho abovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong nnd. Yokohama to tho nbovo
port on or nbout tho foliownii; dates:
Stmr Doric Sept. IB, 1800
Stmr China Sept. 25, 18M0
Btmrl'cru Oct. 12, 1890
Hates cf Passage are as follows:
TO YOKO- TO HONO
Cabin 8150.00 3175.00
Cnbiu, round trip, 4
months 225.00 202.50
"ibin, round trip, 12
raonthn 269.50 810.25
I ' nropcmSteernsp 85.00 100.00
tiJJ-piiboejjrerB paying full faro will bo
i lowed 10 peicent oil' return fnro it ro
iMuing within twelve mouths.
spFor Freight nnd Pwjsuko apply to
H. HACKFELD d CO
Mm Steiusiii) Go's
O. L. WIGHT, Pres. B. 11. HOSE, Seo.
Cunt. J. A. KING, Port Sunt.
Will lonve llonolnln at 10 a. m., touching nt
Lahainu, Maalaca Bay nud Mikenn tho
sumo day; llnluikomi, Kuwnihao and Lau-
Salioehoo tho following day, arriving at
ilo tho same evening.
LIAVKS HOMOLUI.n. AttttlVKS 1I0K0LDLU.
Friday Sept. 18 1
"Tuesday ...Sept. 29
Friday Oct. 0
TuoBilay Oot. 20
Tuesday ...Sept. 15
Friday Sept. 25
Tut'hclay ict. 0
Friday Oct. 10
Iteturniug, will leave Ililo at 1 o'clock
P. M., touching at Laupahoohoe, Mahu
hona and Knwalhao uiiuo day; Makenn,
Maalaca liny and Lahaiua the following
day; arriving at Honolulu the afternoons
of 'luesday and Fridays.
Will call at Pohoiki, Puna.
SFNo Freight will bo received aftoi
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tucnday at 5 p. m.,
touching at Kahnlui, Iluna, Uanioaand
Kipnlmlu, Maui. Iteturniug arrives at
Honolulu Suudtty lnoruingH.
Will call at Niiu, Kaupo, on second trip
of each month.
3"No Freight will bo received after
r. m. on itay of bailiug.
Thiu Company will reerves the right to
innko changoa iu tho time of departing and
arrival of its steamers without notice aud
it will not be rosponhiblo for any conte
qneuces aribiug thorofrom.
Consignees must bo nt tho Lundiugs to
roceivo thoir Freight; this Company will
not hold itself responsible for freight after
it has been landed.
Live Stook only nt owner's risk.
This Company will not bo responsible
for Money or Valuables of passengers
unless placed iu tho care of Parsers.
Pasbongers are requested to pnrohaso
tlokets beforo emburkiug, Those fulling to
do so will bo subject to nn additional
chargo'of twenty-iivo per cent
To Let or Lease.
THE ESIDENOE OF MRS. A, LONG,
one mile from postofflco. Largo house with
furniture. Four bod rooms, parlor, large
dining room, pantry, kitchen, bath rooms,
hot and cold water, with patent closets,
servant houses, stables, horso paddock,
garden and trees. A charming location.
Apply to J ALFRED MAOOON.
tf Morchsnt st next I'Oblofllcei
Pioneer Building and
Assets July, 189G, $100,55.15'
Money Loaned on Approvod Security.
A Bavincs Bank for Monthly DenotuV
Thirtconth Scries of Stock now opon.
For fnrthor particulars apply to
A. V. GEAR, Seorotury.
Chamber of Commerce Rooms.
Ofllco hours, 12:30 1:30 P.M. 373-tf
'. BRUCE OARTWEIGHT,
General Managor of
The Equitable Lifo Assurance Society
Of tho United States for tho Hawaiian
Onrcn: Merchant stroot, Honolulu
ATLAS -:-ASSURANCE-:- COMPANY
Assets, - - - $10,000,000.
H. W. Schmidt & Sons,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Instrument -:- Maker,
Ricyclo luj.aiiiiig aud nioKel plating n
Gold, Silver auu Bronze Electroplating.
130 FORT Br. : i TlvL. 007.
BRASS SIGNS MADE TO ORDER.
C. B. DWIGHT
.Tn,:,c,s con,racts for all kinds of STONE
WORK, monument work, anient and
Btone sidowalks nnd curbing. 1 bavo on
hand tho best Hawaiian stone, CliinebO
granite, etc. Fiuo stono for monumental
work. Estimates given nud Ioust prices
assured. Telephone 833.
ConsoMateu Soda Water Co., Vi
Corner Allen & Fort Sts., Honolulu.
HOLLISTER & CO., ,
Hotwl St.. )n-Hr Fort. Tt)'l. 802
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEER AND 8TOCK. BROKER
No. 45 Qncen Street.
Expert Apprnisomont of Ileal
Estato and Fttrnituro.
Hawaiian and Foreign Hlrds aud Animals
moimtid In tLe heat munr.or, ualm: thu latest
methods only. Hotel Bt mar I)r Mifirew.
DAVID K BAEER,
Nnuauu Valley, above tho HaiiBoloum.
All orders given prompt und faithful aU
tontion. No extra charge for delivering
Flowers to any purt of tho oily. Leis,
Mountain Greens oud Carnations a spe
GONSLVES & CO,
225 Queen aheet, Honolulu, U. I,
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Dealors in Lnmbor and Coal
and Building Muloiiiije of all
Quoon Rtroot, Honolulu.
Book and Job Printer
MoroUuu: Mrcet, Honolulu, ii. I.
Ovfr Huwuiinn NnwpCoinj)niij''a
Book Storo. my 18.
M. S GRINBAUM ie CO.',
Queen stitet, Honolulu, nnd 215 Front
street, Sun Fiuticihco, Cal.
General Merchandise and . .
. . Commission Merchant?.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Hom lltill an th MobiWSt
GENER&L COMMISSION AGENTS, ' , ;, .
Oor. Fort nnd Qneen Btreota, Honolulu. " ' ,
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Vholosalo Importers and Jobbers of . i'f'" J
European and 'American Dry -Goods. '
Fott oud Quoon Streets,