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8 EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 23, 1896.
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JAl'ANKNK YAttlAUUCMI IUAUU All.
rived last Niaur.
Xncneeri Arrived mid lleimrtcil
UnrU NnutlBco Arrived Hi llllo
Other Marine Note.
Tomorrow, htirli tide large 5: 8 am; high
ttdo tmnll 4.43 pin; low tide large 10.45 p m;
low tide tmnll 11.35 a m.
Tlie steamer W G Hall unloaded lier etigar
at (Jccnnlo whan.
The Ktluuen Hnu put a quaintly ol tugar
Into the ship Troop today.
Tho steamer Lclitia cmne In latu lst nlglit.
She brought no cargo ttiU trip.
The stcaintilM Ati'trnlln and City of
reKing will nolli oj duo on Moutiay next
from tlio Coast.
Tho 0 A 8 S arrituon f ro.n tho Coloules
and the O S S Alameda from Sail Francisco
should both bolti touioirow.
The pontooue and pipes being stretch d
acres tliu Lnibur, the work tit the ilrvdgo l
frciiutntly Interrupted by vessels pausing In
The Japaucso Yamncuchl Mnru arrived
yrstirdny wining, huvlng cleared from Yo
kolinmn on -iil U She bioiuht lur Hono
lulu oor .lupnmee fiee lain rcrs and 'M
lhc buiKeulliiu Auk 111, Ward muster,
arrived this nllcrtiooii frmn l'ort Townsend
with 5u0,(k)u fret of lumber for Allen it Ho
blii'ou. A pleasant oyagv of III d.iys Is re
ported. W Uuihaliiiti una the only pas
senger. The clipper Santiago, Capt 1 Johnson,
arrived In purt Ironi -"an Krimelseo lnt
Thursday afternoon, '.'OdnjB from that poit
llie u her iwis line the wliolc wuy .huiigh
n little cnlm. I.iiKt Moiidn) a monstrous
shark was hooked and brought aboard. On
Wednesday altcrnuou the bilg I'almyra wai
sighted oil' the Tuna roast on her way to
Siberia. Following were the assengi-rs: T
W Mason, wife ai d lour ihlldten, Mrs It E
ltyrne mid three cbildieu, II rt Kendall, J K
Tomeroy, V It Heinelu und Miss Subby Thcro
wero dm tons cargo lor the pluptatlons and
city merchants auj the following livestock:
Onoinea tigur Co, III mulei, (I horses, W
Nichols 0 horses, llutehliisnii I'lnntatlon Co,
1!( mules, llnkkhiu Sugar Co, li mules, E N
Holmes, 6 mnlesai'.d I h rse -llllo Tribune.
Tuesday, Sept. 2.
Stmr Lctitia, Nvc, from Hawaii and
Jap Yatnnguehl Mnru, Allen, from Yoko
hama. Wr.DNCHliAV, Sept 23.
Schr Mol Wnhlne, from 1'aaullo.
Stmr Kttauea Hon, Freeman, from Ha
waii. Am bktn Amelia, Ward, from l'ort Town-send.
Wbdscmiay, Pcpt. 2'J.
Btmr Knunl, Rruhn, for Maknwcll.
Stmr lua'anl, SmtUe, for Luhalnn, Ho
nokaa and Kukulliaele.
VESSELS MiAVIXO TOJtOltllOW.
Jap S S Yntnaguclil .Mnru, Allen, for
Slnir Leliui. Nye, f'r llonomu, Houohiiia,
Ilnkalau, I'oliiikuin.inu unil Oluwnlu.
From Ilnnnll unci Maul, p'-r stmr W fi
Hall. Sept iiDr It l' Mjcis, C KnWer, C
Thoel, .Mrs Capt dlmirsoii, K IlucliliolU, T
J lllgirlns, J .Marlines mid wife, A Medelros,
MrsMaxnell. V I Kurodj, Akou and 52 on
iv ssn.NOT.ns dei'aisted.
For Kaunl, per stmr Walalealc, 8ept 22
F,or Knual ports, per stmr Mlkahnla, Pept
22-A Cropp, Miss Mil' Her. Heo Sea, Lena
Fellgs. Mr Umlli-y. J K. Farley, V 11 Wright,
Mrs II F ilosswcll, Mrs Hrlgrnun, Miss
llosnwtll, CAIiYal, W Uerluwllz, and !1 on
For Maul ports, per stmr riaudlnc. Sept
2.1-Mrs F 1 Frlel mid 2 children, TIuo
Weill!-. CVE Doe, II U Austin, 1) Center,
Mis V K Monsman nnd2 iliughters. Miss
Clara Itoleekl, Mrs dj llrctti-vllle and
daiiL'htcr, C on Ha mil, K 11 Iladey, C 11
OARQOE8 FEOII ISLAND PORTS.
Ex schr Moi Wslilne 20IK) bags sugar.
Ex Mmr W 0 Hall 512:) lm,'s sugar, 72
lings coffee, 41 bngs n'vn. 11 bdls hides, 24
licad cattle, 2 bulls, $ horMs.
.Snlvuiloii Army Tru.
IsiroiiTANT: There aio very few
things more hurtful than common
tea. An eminent English doctor
onco said: "If tho public l'uvo up
drinking common tea, tho occupa- j
tion ot one imii. ot our proiessiou
would bo gone." Good tea, how
over, is refreshing and stimulat
ing, and in inlioduoing this arti
clo to the publia,the ollica-rs of the
Snlvatiou Army have taken ureat
pains to secure a tfn, .hioh can
"with tho gronlest confidnncn he re
commended as being of the very
highest Htundiutl of excellence,
and liavo decided to sell it at a
prico within tho reach of every
body, und although it will leave
us a very small margin of profit
indeed, wo aro hatitdied, knowing
that what wo sell is sure to give
satisfaction. Sold in -Jib packets.
Memorial Mixture.English Break
fast, Young Hyson.Japan, Oolong,
'.Gunpowder, Hue; Auxiliary, .".o.
Telephone 755. II. Cannon, Pa
laraa Grocery, opposite Railway
Depot, solo agent for the Hawaiian
,,. . i
Tho two liquor cases againfe't
Georgo Iloughtailing wont over
until tho'SSth. ''
..yiLilii.) H I lllli ii i ii i in ' in i iwiw HI lliMiniiKii TT-nwrrj TTiwviywiw'-i-iwwn'fnriTtffn
J. I'. Ilnuler 4ippitta IIcim-Iiikh III
F. Daneou Kollott petitions to
bo tippointod guardian of tho four
minor children o Yiui Yon, de
ceased, of Hooia, ho boinp thoir
J. F. Bowler by his nttornoys,
Neumann and Robertson, has
given notice of an appeal from tho
decree in admiralty of Judgo
Carter, dismissing his libel against
L. Ahlo iu tho matter of tho
Judge Carter refused to grant
a now trial of Mary lloso vs. S.
M. Kaaukai, and defendant noted
an exception to tho ruling.
Robertson for plaintiiT; Rosa and
Kaulia for defendant.
Akacoki Kekua petitions for
letters of administration to Sol.
K. Oili on the eslato of Kalahiku
of llonouliuli valued at $300.
Petitioner is grand daughter and
only heir of deceased.
Judgo Perry has approved tho
third annual account of D. Day
ton, trustee of estate of Joliu Mo
Colgan, on report of a muster.
Receipts wero 82811.20, and bal
Siuco our last report tho Sup
remo Court has had the following
cases argued and submitted:
R. N. Boyd vs. J. W. Kuikaiua
hnolo. Motion for a continnanco.
Kane for plaintiiT; Kaulukou for
C. B. Poor vb. H.Smith, admin
istrator. Rosa for plaintiff; Castlo
Republic of Hawaii vs.M. Car
valho et. al. Dole and Dickoy for
prosecution; Oreighton & Corroa
for defendants. This is tho fam
ous Portuguese riot case.
a iuksix; co.sTicsr.
What In to tin ttic Nil mo or the Xoiv
Ulldor StcmiiKlilp ?
President Wight has conceived
a novel and interesting idea rela
tive to tho selection of a name for
the latest addition to tho Wildor's
Hoot. Sealed in an envelope and
looked in tho safe of tho Union
Iron Works is tho name under
which tho clipper will Bail and
steam in Hawaiian waters; this is
known only to two persons and
will be held inviolable. Compe
tition will be opened by tho inser
tion of an advertisement in tho
Sunday Examiner, giving all who
desire an opportunity of guessing
it; island peoplo are particularly
requested to take part. Tho propo
sition will remain open three
months prior to December loth,
closing on that date. Paper re
ceptacles containing the guosses
must be marked on tho outsido in
Wildcr's S. H. Co.
Hcouio Hon to to the Volcano of
Kilnuea nml iJirect Line to Coffee
Lauds on Hawaii.
GuegR for New Steamer Name.
Carti Sunday Examiner,
The first two correct guesses
will entitle tho persons to a free
trip on the now vessel from Sun
Francisco to Honolulu and on to
tho Volcano and return to Hono
lulu, thonco to tho Coast by tho
Oconnic lino. Hawaii Herald.
UOEl-VS ISOM'ITAI. TIUJ.N I IXS.
Adopt Aiiieniliiii'iitH to Tliolr Charier
nml 11) -I, ii un.
At tho Bpecial mooting of tho
Trurtoea of the Quean's Hospital
tliia morning, tho proposed amend
ments to tho chartor aiuPby-laws,
making thorn conform to tho ox
isting systom of goverumout, wore
The application of Dr. II. C.
Sloggott to bo placed on tho list
of honorary visiting physiciaiio of
the hospital was granted.
A proposition to widen Wilier
street ton feet on each Eido was
laid baforo the trustees and re
fused to tho Executive Commit
tee with instructions to. report at
tho next regular meeting1 in Oc
D. Howard Hitchcock has re
turned from his vocation on Ha
waii aud has reopened his classes
in Drawing and Paiuting. Privato
pupils given instruction in special
lines. Chss Days: Tuesdays and
Thursdays. ytudio, 115 Hotel
Crockery is somothing which
must constantly bo replaced
and there is no insurance on it.
Manufacturers find so many
objections from persons who
do not wish to pay high prices
for such ware that they have
been forced to produce deli
cately decorated crockery at
about half what they havo
been getting. Wo havo some
of these goods.
England conies in for this
sort of business revolutions;
goods aro cheap thcro at any
time, but evon there the
demand for a reduction was
felt to an extent which enables
us to sell first class Toilet Sets
at such prices as will open
Wire Door Mats, excellent
wearing quality and our goods
equal in any respect to thoso
sold in Honolulu and in many
instances better. Ours are
We are having a run on
Cocoanut Fiber Mats which
wo sell at one half of what
they sold at before. Como
and sei for yourself.
Gluss Tumblers, tho best
over shown in Honolulu at
double the money, are sold
today at prices that were
never dreamed of. Water
Jugs either white or colored.
Decorated Sets of Pitchers,
genuine Persian styles, each
set having three different
size pitchers, aro sold at the
samo margin of profit.
J. T. WATERHOO
Sunday Schools for Girls
Convent of the Sacred Hearts.
All Catholic- Farents nro kindly reqnestod
to send their Children overy Sunduy for
KcligiouH Instruction nt tlio following
1 l'or Foroign Childron only at 0 o'clock
H For l'ortugvifBO mid Natives at 11:30
o'clock A m. 408 lv
Dissolution of Copartner
ship Tlio partnerrtbip lierotoforo existing be
tween Fung Chun, Climig Loo, Cluing Meo
How aud Leoug Nuin, under tho firm nmno
of Hay Homo ileHtuuniiit, i thia day dis
solved by nintunl consent. Tlio under
signod hhve bought out tho business of tho
Lite firm nml will noutiuuo it lit tho old
stand on Hotel street uudar the same name,
collect all outstanding nceouuts mill uy
all bills due by tho lute iirm. They will
aUo issue no at meul tickets in exchange for
the old ones from ditto until Saturday utxt,
ClUNG MEE HOW,
Honolulu, Sent. 21, IH'M, 413-2w
IN THE CIKOUIC CO OUT OK T'iE
First Ciionit, Iliuvniiui Islands. In tho
JIatter of tin !..itiktiittcy of Walter A.
Wright of Wnipjuti, Kiutiii. Oredltots or
tho said Bankrupt aro hornby notified to
como in mill pio i thru- debts bnforo llio
Cleilc of tlio Oin'itit O mrt of tho First Cir
unit, at tlio Co..vt coi.'ho iu Honolulu, on
MONDAY, tho 28th day of September,
li!)3, between tho hours of teu o'clock in
tho foronoou und noou of tho said day, und
elect on Assigui e, or Assigmts, of tlio suid
I5y the Court.
1 D. KELL13TT, Jr.,
4t:i 5t Clerk.
Ttj'or Sale or Lease
1-i'ouse and Jjot!
On the corner of Victoria and Gteen
I3T Apply to
3S2-tf AltTHim HAKIUSON.
A Postal Swings Hank Deposit Hoot:
(No. 135,-i) in favor of Jhs, Lucy Stevens.
Fiudor please return to Bullktin Oflico,
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
I'.' M IB fl
fa m e
No. 10, Fort Street.
FOR THIS WEEK THE SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS
Etageres, Inlaid Desks,
Hand Carved Ivory,
Tortoise Shell Combs
KNICK KNACKS 1
KNIOK KNACKS I
Ixi Infinite Variety!
A new largo consignment of
Contractor and Builder.
Ofllccs and Stores fitted up aud
Estimates given on
ALL KINDS OF WOttK.
ZST Olllco nnd Shop: No. Oil) Fort street,
adjoining W. W. Wright's Carriage Shop.
Y.M.C.A. Evening School
Sept. 21st, and will continue
for Two Terms o
13 Weeks Ench.
Classes will ho oriranlrcd In llook-kecplng,
Klcmeulary and Advanced Shorthand, Type
writing, Ynr.il and Instrumental Music, tlio
Hawaiian Language, Heading, Writing, etc.
All Clnsse-. lire Iree to ineinoers; to others a
fee ot f i lie charged.
3?" Tor further Information, read our
paiujililut or ling up l'J7. UUT-liu
We wish to givo notice (hat 0. D. Chaso
no lougor iictH for tho Gemmniit Life
Insurance C'linpany ol Now York. Wo
Uko plfiisiui) in minounciiig that Sir.
1). It. Cuitis-', n pi'tfectly rellablo anil
gcntlciuunly man, will tomniii iu llonolnhi
lor the pvohont to attend to tho ufi'alis of
THE G lilt MAN I A I. IFF. INSURANCE
O. -Ml'ANY Of NEW YultK.
By its Attoinoy,
J. AWKEIJ M.VGOON;
Dated Honolulu, HopKuibor 17. 180(1.
Notioo is horby given that I, the under
signed, has this day given a full power of
iittorney to Mr. An Con UIito,o( Knpaa,
Island of Kauai, who will act for mo
during my nbsome from tho Islands.
Dated nt llanalei, Kouni, Aug Hist. 1S00.
330-lra TAM rJEE rJLE WO.
During Mr Boardtnnn'a absence, Mr.
Ewiug will have ohargo of my books nncl
attend to nil collections. He can bo found
either at Mr. lloardmnn's oflico tit Ugnru ic
Co.'n or at my ofDce,
333-tf Dlt. llEltllEIlT;
Steamers ot tho nbovo Lino running in connootion with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, B. 0., and Sydnoy, N. 8. W., nnd calling at Viotoria, B. O-
Honolulu and Suva (1'iji),
On or about tho dates bolow stated, viz.:
rrnm Sydney nnd Suvn, fur Victoria nnd I From Vlctorln nnd Vnncouvxr, 11. O., to
Vanrouvor, 11. C.t I Suva nnd Sydney!
Stmr "WARRIMOO" September 21 '
Stmr "MIOWKKA" Octobor21
Stmr'WAllUIMOO" November 24
Stmr "MIOWEltA" December 21
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to Ciuinda,
United States und Europe.
FREiani AND PAESKNaKIt aokstb:
D. MoNicoli., Montrcnl, Canitdu.
Bobbrt Keiiii, WinnipeR, Canndn.
M. M. Htehn, Hnu Frnnoipco, Cnl.
Q. BIoL. BnowN, Vmicone' B. 0.
For San Francisco:
Tho Now and Fine Al Steol Steamship
" Monowai "
Of tho Oceanto Steamship Company will
bo due nt Honolulu from Sydney and
Auckland on or about
Oct. 15, 1806.
And will leavo for tho nbovo port with
Mails and Pusscngora on or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho Now nnd Fine Al Stco Stenmship
Ot tho Ocennio Steamship CJompony will
be due nt Honolulu from Snn Francisco
on or about
Sept. 24, 1896.
And will have prompt despatch with
Muils tmd Paphenifors for tho alxivo ports.
Tho undersigned are now prepared
ThrouKli Thiltuts (o All L'otnts
in tho L'ni it'd States.
t37For fnrthor particulars regarding
Freight or Pnssngo apply to
WM. G. IKWIN & CO., L'd,
Gonernl A cents.
Oceanic lmW Co.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arrive Honolulu Leavo Honolulu
from S. F. for S. F.
8ept. 28, 1890 Oct. .1,1800
Oct. 20, 1880 .Oct. 28, 1890
From San Francisco From Sydnoy for
for Sydnoy. San Francisco.
Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Alnraodn, Sept 2400 I Monowni.Oot lfi'DI
MnripoBn, Oct 22, '00 Aliimedn.Nov 12,00
A LIFE SIZE
Qas Dossa Photas of the SlUez
frjTIs tho LATUST On-'EIt wo huvo
Portrait and Lanclscapo
320 Fort street, near Slercliant.
Custom House Broicr and Statistician
General Businoss Agont.
Oceanic SteamsliiB Co.
Australian Mail Service.
Steamship Line J
Stmr "WAItltlMOO" October JC
Stmr "MIOWEltA" November 16
Stmr "WAItltlMOO" D.c mber IB
Stmr "MIOWIillA" January 10
Eff" For Freight aud Pnesngo and nil
General Information, apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for tho Ilnwaiinn Ifllnnds.
A Mail $La! r
mmi i'.i'm umtmim uu
Occiflenral & Oriental Steamship Ca
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG i
Stenmors of the abovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on tlinir wnv in Mm
abovo ports on or about tho following
Stmr City of Peking Stpt 28, 1890
i StmrDorio Oct. 7, 1K90
1 StmrlJolgic Oct. 24, 1800,
For SAN FEANC1SC0:
Stennicro of the nbovn Cntmmiiiun w",11
call at Honolulu on tboir wnv tmm
HonRltonfr and Yokohama to tho abovo
port on or about tho following dutes:
btinr China Sept. 23, 1810
fc'tmrleru Oct. 12, 800
StmrCoptlo Oct. 20, 180O
Rates of Passage are as follows:
TO TOKO- TO HOMO
Cabin 31C0.00 8175.00
Cabin, round trip, 1
mouths 22i3D0 2G2JK)
Cubin, round trip, 12
mouths 2(52.50 010.25,
Europonn StecraRo . . . . 85.00 1 00.0
tSTPRMougcrs pajinR full faro will b&
allowed 10 percent off return faro if ro
turniuff within twelve months.
CSTFor Freight nud PossriRo npply to
K. ACKFELD & CO.,
Wilders Stemsliip Go's
O. L. WlQnT, I'rcs. S. T.. ROSE, Seo.
Copt. J. A. KING, PortSnpt.
Will leave Honolulu nt 10 a. m., touching at
Lahaiufi, Mmilaea Bny nnd M.kena tho
same day; Slalmkonn, Kawnihaoaud Luu
pithooboe tho following day, arriving at
llilo tho samo evening.
lbavks noNoi.ni.n. abriveh hohoi,ui.u.
'Tuesday ...Sept 29
Friday tict. 0
Tuesdiiy Oct. 20
frid.iy Oct. 30
Thursday. .Sept. 24.
Tnesdny ct. O
Friday Oct. 10
Tuesday . . . .Oct. 2C
I'oturnlug, will leavo llilo nt 1 o'cltirlc
P. Jl., touebing at Lanpnhoehoe, MntST
kona nud Kawaihao sano day; Makorm,
llaalncaltay and Labaiua tho following
day; arriving nt Honolulu the afternoons
of 'luosdav and Fridays.
Will call at l'ohoiid, Puna.
SF"No Freight will bo received after
12 noou on day of sailing.
Stmr. - CLAUDINE,
Will lenvo Honolulu Tuesday nt IS p.m.),
touching at Knliulul, Hnn.i, Hainonand
iCipuliulii, Maui, iicturniiig arrives at
Honolulu Snnduv moruiugs.
Will tall at Nun, Kaupo, on second trip
of each month.
X?No Freight will bo received after
p. 3t. on day of gulling.
This Company will reaorves the right to
maUo ohunges In the timo of departure and
arrivul of its steaiuois withont notioo nnd
it will not bo riwpousiblo for any conkc
quenees arising then-from.
CounignneH must bo nt tho Landings to
receive thoir Freight; this Coinunuy will
not hold itself lesponhible for freight after
it has bcon lauded.
Livo Stoelt only nt owner's risk.
This Couipnuy will not ho responsible
for Monoy or Valuables of pw,.sougero
unless placed in tho caro of Pursers.
Paiseugors aio requested to purohnso
tickets beforo ouibarking. Tlioso failing to
do 'so will bo subject to un additional
charga of twouty-livo per cent. . ,
To Let or Lease.
THE 1ES1DFNCE OF MRS. At LON,
one mile from postofllee. Largo houso wjiw
furnituro. Four bed looms, parlor, large
dining room, pantry, kitchen, buth rooms,
hot and cold water, with patont closots,
servant houses, stnhles, hoihe paddosk,
garden aud trees. A charming location.
Apply to J ALFHEDMAGOQN.
If MvrcUunt bt next Postouicor