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m- 8 EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 24, 1890.
W Miinniim innirrnnriiTA Tin' uffjAi itiinfT'T. -..
1, onimnu wiuvtrntnis zi IPT IriillilS
TUB CHINA, AI.AUKDA AM) AVAIIHI
MOO IN niRT TODAY
IJarUciilliie KllklUt with Lumber
from Hie Noiiud-Yftiiingiirlil lUnrti
Tomorrow, bluh tide larco S: 8 am; high
tide email 4 42 ptn; low tide large 1U:45 p m;
low tide email 11. 85 a m.
The l'rk Mnrtlia O.ivls called Irom the
(loWlfii Gale for till porton Sept II.
The stmr Australia arrived tit Sun Francis
w Sept 10, 0 ilaji in hour from Honolulu.
Tlie steamer Kltmu will bo on the Marine
Railway nfter her arrUal from the other lsl
HDda. The atmr Alameda arrived In this morning,
having left San Krniicltco on Sept IT, making
the Nojngo in 0 ilnj 10 hours and bU min
utes. Tlio U A S S Wnrrlmoo, which left Sydney
Sept 10, arrived this morning and docked nt
Wilder' wharves. Shu sails agalu today for
After n pleaant voyngn of I!)i days from
l'uget Sound, the liarkuitlne Kllkltnt arrived
In this mnrulng. She hrought 7dJ,UuO feet
of In nticr foi Wilder ,t Co.
The stint Uni-rlmim suits nt 3 :5l this after
noon for Urltlsh Columhia, the Alameda
sails nt nthls evening for the Colonies, nud
the China leavis nt lu.'M p m for the Coast.
Capt Holland was knocked overboard and
drovvni d from the schooner Ivy shortly after
loving y an Froiieicco for the ound. Mate
McDonald retunud with the vessel to fun
Francisco to report me loss of the captain.
The stmr China from China and Japan, ar
rived early this morning, making n recoid
trip of U uujb Hi hour and II minutes from
Yokohama. She hrought over liOO Chineso
and Japaiusuaiid about 1SU tons of freight
or (Ins port.
TltOIISDAY. Sept. 21.
8 S Wnrrlmoo, Bird, from the Colonies.
Stmr Klnnn. Clarke, from Hawaii nnd Maul"
Stmr Kaala, Thompson, from Oaliu
S S China, Scabury. from China nnd
Stmr Keauhoti, Thom)son, from ports
Am tiktu Kllkitat, Cutler, from Port
8 S Alumedn, Von Otercudorp, from
Tiiukshav, Sept. 24.
8 S China, Seabury, for San Franelsco.
Stmr Kaala, Thompson, for Oahu ports.
8tmr Kcauhou, Thompson, for Lahalnu
S S Wurilmoo, Ulrd, for Vancouver and
8 8 Alameda. Van Otercndorp, for the
Colonies via samou.
Stmr Kllaucn Hou, Freeman, forKukalau,
Ookaln and l.aupuhoehoe.
Stmr Lehua, Nje, for Uonomu, Honohlu.i,
Ilakalau, I'ohakumanu and Olowalu.
From Seattle, Wush, per bktn Amelia,
Sept Zi W Ilmluniin.
From China and Japan, per stmr Chlua,
Sept 24 -U icliull, N l'roctisted.
From San Francisco, per stmr Alameda.
Bept 81 It D Walbridge, wife and child,
Jlra VollcrUon, Miss I'arke, AJI.udwigscn
and son, II LiiUlsson, I'rof V T llrighnin,
Miss H llardiiu, 1 U Uerd and wire, Miss
Alice Hake, t; M llelnly. Miss L Itovslon, IV
1 Whitley. Mrs 1 M Dodge, Dr W V Hall
and wile. Dr A 11 llivunl and wife, Miss
llrjart, Karl Ileiinann, C L (lallcln. Miss
l.oulso Kminn. Mr W M Lampton. A T
Wells and wife, and 5 sticrage passengers.
IV 8SUN0EUS DEPARTED.
For San FrantUeo, per stmr China, Sept
2411 ltmjes, C A Spreekels. Mr nud Mrs
A T Hill and 3 children, V. Klrstln.
VESSELS LEAVING TOMOIUIOW.
Jap stmr Yamoguclil Maru, Allen, for
Stmr W 0 Hall, Blmcrson, from Maul and
CARGOES FROM IBLAND POUTS.
Ek stmr Kllauea Hou 14C0 bags sugar, 40
Ex stmr Kaala 075 bags sugar, 450 bags
tIcc, 45 bags bran, 2.'! pkgs sundries.
IIAKKISON-In San Frinciseo, Cal., Sept.
7th. ISIKI, to the wife of Fred Harrison,
MA It III ED.
BTUAHD-BAKE'- In this eltj, on Sep
tember 'Si, KM, at tin nsldenec of the
liridu's arriits, School strict, by the
lUv IntinT Valei line, Herbert (i (iarts
to Nellie (I Slurml, both of Honolulu
I.I Null I'lOlll VitiH'iiutfr.
Yancouveu, B. C, Sept. 14.
Li IIudlj Chnu;;, who is lpnviug
thia contiut'iit today for China,
shows remnrktible vigor for n
iiinn of Lip yours. Ho uroso etivly
(his iiiorniiitr, hnvint; nppointed 8
o'clock ns tho hour to bogin ro
cciviiiK (lopiiliilioiiH, nnd until
noon ho wits occupied in Riving
nudiencos to tho Board of Trade,
tho City Council, tho foreign
CqiibuIb resident in Vnncouver
nud tlio Lieutenant-Governor of
tho province. Ilq sailed on tho
Empress of China,fit,2$0 "o'clock.
Bosidoa n largo mimbor from
way port, tho steamer Kinan
brouglit twolvo pnssengers from
I'liietiiiitlona In die l'lleo of NiiKiir
NtocliH Arrival unit Dopnrliircn.
From Castlo & Cooko's sugar
circular isBUod today tho follow
ing in extracted:
The S. S. Alameda arrived this
morning bringing ub tho following
latest sugar advices dated up to
tho 17th iuat.
Centrifugals Thoro has beou
but ono sale of this reported, viz.,
800 bags spot on tho 8th inet. at
3Jc. There is some uncertainty,
hovover,iu regard to this basis, us
a salo of Java sugars was made ou
tho 11th iust. on privato torms and
it is not known whether this will
ulTecl the basis of settlement in
Granulated Thp price in Now
York is -l.otJc. while in San Fran
cisco it is l'j'c.
Beets have Jluctuatod but little
closing nt 8s 10JJ per cwt.
Sugar stock advanced rapidly
until tho 9th iust., when it began
to show weakness and gradually
receded sincp that time,closiug on
tho lGth at 109 for common and
98:,1 for proforred.
Arrivals have been as follows :
Sept. 9th, John G. North from
Honoipu, basis 3 c; Mohicnu
from Honolulu, basis 3 a; 10th,
Archer from Honolulu, basis
Sailings havo boon as follows :
Sopt. 10th, Lurlino for Kaltultii;
11th, Martha Davis for Hono
lulu. VessolB on tho berth arc tho
Mohicau nud Arch-r, no Bailing
Siiprpmo nint Clrrult Court Dcclnlnnn
A Iienls Argued.
Judgment record has been en
tered in tho caso of Hymnn Bros,
vs. Akina for $195.51, tho execu
tion haviug been returned uusutis
fied for want of property to levy
Tho Supremo Court by Justice
Frear has rendered a unanimous
opinion inThos. It. Mossman vs.
tho Hawaiian Government, eject
ment, finding that tho domurror
and plens nro insufficient, and
romaudiug tho caso to tho Circuit
Court for such further proceed
ings as may bo proper. Circuit
Judgo Carter sat with Justices
"Whiting nnd Froar in place of
Chief Justico Judd, disqualified.
Kinney it Ballou and W.K. Castlo
for plain tiif; A. S. Hnrtwell nnd
Thurston it Stnnloy fordefondnnt.
Judge Forry has rendered n de
cision in C. K. Knpaealii, trustee
for Knuloa, vs. Nukuin, ejectment,
jury wnivod. Judgment is or
dered for plnintitr for restitution
of the property claimed, ono dol
lnr dnmngeB nnd costs. Castlo for
plaintiff; Poopoe for defendant.
Before the Supremo Court at
term tho following cases woro
Goo Kim vs. B. AVm. Holt.
"Writ of error. Wood and Bobert
son for plaintiff; Rosa for do
fondant. Eliz. K. Booth et al. vs. V. A.
Baker ot al. Eosorved questions,
Magoou & Edings for plaintiffs;
Kinney & Ballou for defendants.
Public notice Is hereby given that tho un
dersigned Knpiolaut has distrained nnd levied
upon the following goods and eha'tcls, the
prop-rly of C llavvklu, for rent due by tho
said C. Hawkins to tlio said Kanlolanl, and
In nirenr to tho amount of four hundred nnd
seventy-llvo dollars vtf47j.tx)J, ior rent of cer
tain premises situate ou King street, Hono
lulu, Oahu, to wit:
Household g iods, consisting of rcfrigern
tors, gasollnu oil nnd wood stoves, book
cni.es. btalned bedutends, pine, Iron, walnut
and koa bedstead-, tables, writing desks,
olllce disk-, nuking clinliH, Japanese cabi
net, w.iter coidcis, koa sideboard, wash
stands, carpets, wire spilngt, wnhh bowls,
cushions, i-iiaw miiltrosts, limit's, Hiring
Rinttrussi', straw, wool nud feather pillows,
linlr m.ittrcM'es, ponies, hat r.icl:s, chairs,
mirrors, buieius. Also, earpeuteis' tool
consisting of Kjunics, wienclies, hammer,
nipper, ihlsels, mivvk, augers, adet. Also,
blacksmiths, coopers and furriers' tools.
Also, lot of Jeweliy coti-Utlng of docks,
watches, ecu I pins, chains, earrings, cull
buttons, coins sllvir eiceps, AKo.
lot of musical b hirumciits, conflating
of banjos, drums, violins, bows, et's also lot
of clothing, shoes, bl ml.ets, etc; nlso n lot of
miscellaneous nitleles consisting of pol
pounders, wire ilus frniues.carrlagH springs,
Itti saws, shovels, honks, piano stools, qim
di.vit, parlor, rllle, revolvers, eunes,' siuldleB,
charts, bows and arrows, tin tubs, photo
graphs, shot pouches uud powder flasks,
buckets, curios, curtutn polcs.baby carriage,
coral, hilr, duinbbells, Iudiun clubs, bllngs,
bird cnires, glussvvnrL, envlng uii.ililn', tho
whole constituting the cutliu stock of tie
ond hand goods lately In the store oftlin said
Hawkins at the corner of King and Alukeii
streets. And notice 1 further given that said
goods and chattels will bu told at public
auction at tlio miction loom of Jus F Mor
gan. on Queen stieet, Honolulu, II I, on
THUHSDAV, October 1st, Ihlli). ut 1(1 o'clock
,n m, to satisfy the rent due uud Inatrear as
ufousiild-'on tho nbovo described. ,
I!y her nttoi uois, J Alfied iliigoou tV WS
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Crockery is something 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 thoy havo
been getting. Wo have some
of theso goods.
England comes in for this
sort of business revolutions;
goods are cheap there at any
time, but ovnn there the
demand for a reduction wns
felt to an extent which enables
us to sell first class Toilet Sots
at such prices as will open
Wire Door Mats, excellent
wearing quality and our goods
equal in any respect to those
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. Come
and set, for yourself.
Glass Tumblers, tho best
ever shown in Honolulu at
double tho money, are sold
today at prices that wore
never dreamed of. Water
Jugs either white or colored.
Decorated Sets of Pitchers,
genuine Persian styles, each
set having three different
size pitchers, are sold at the
same margin of profit.
J. T. WATERHOU
Quo on Street.
Sunday Schools for Girls
.... AT TUB ....
Convent of the Sacred Hearts.
All Catholic rnrents nro kindly requested
to Bond their Children every Sunday for
Religious Instruction nt tho following
1 For Foreign Children only at 9 o'clock
2 For Portuguese nud Natives nt 11:30
o'clock A st. 403 lw
Dissolution of Copartner
ship The partnership herotoforo existing be
tween Pang Chun, OhangLt'O, Chnng filco
How nnd Leoug Nam, under tho firm nnmo
of liny Horso ilostiiurnnt, is this day dis
solved by mutual consent. Tho under
signed havo bought out tho business of tho
l.tto firm nnd will couliuue it nt tho old
stand on Hotel street under tho snmounmc,
collect all outstanding nccouuts nnd pay
nil hills duo by tho Into firm. Thoy will
nlso issito now meal tickets in exchange for
tho old ones from ditto until Saturday uext,
.CHANG MEE IIOW,
LEON Q NAM.
Honolulu, Sept. 21, 1811(1. 4l.1-2vv
IN THE Cllirnir COUNT OK THE
Fiist Circuit, tin - iiii Islands. In tho
Mutter of the lti'.i.niptoy of Walter A.
Wright of Wniiimi, Knu.ii. Creditors of
tho said Bankrupt mo horrby notified to
come in nud niovo their debts heforo tlio
Cleik of the Cncuit Unuit of tho First Cir
cuit, nt tho Court House in Honolulu, ou
MONDAY, tho 2fith day of Seplembur,
l$W), bctvoon tho hours of ten o'clock in
tho forenoon and noon of the wild day, nud
elect uu Assigiue, or Abbigurcs, of the said
Hy the Uomt.
For Sale or Loase
House and T-.ot!
On the coiner of Vlctoila nnd Green
FtT Apply to
332-tf AHTHUH HARRISON.
A Pobtnl Savings llnnk Deposit Hook'
(No. 1353) iufnvorof Mm. Lucy Stevens.
Finder plcnso icturn to Hui.ums Offlco.
No. 10, Fort Btrcct.
FOR THIS WEEK THE SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS
Etageres, Inlaid Desks,
Hand Carved Ivory,
Tortoise Shell Combs
. KNICK KNACKS I
KNIOK KNACKS I -
In Infinite Variety!
A now hirgo consignment of
French . Claret !
Fort St root,
Uns received a Inrge consignment of
French v Claret Wine
0- Ex "Miowern." Post Wino in the
Y.M.C.A, Evening School
Sopt. 21st, and will continno
for Two Torms of
13 Wooks Eacli.
Classes will be orunnlzed In Hook-keeping,
Klemenliiry nnd Advanced dhortliand, 'Iype
vvrltiiig. Vocal mid Intrutiientiil Music, tlio
Ilnvvnlhiu I.mi!unc;o, Heading, Wrltlnir, etc.
All Clnie nre tree to uiembers; to others u
fee ol 'J will be charged.
J For Outlier Information, rend our
pmuphk't or ring up IJ7.
Wo wish to give uotice that 0. D. Chnso
no longer nets for the Oenniuiin Life
Iusnriiuco Compiiny of Now York. Wo
Inlo jil-iiMivo iu nnnouncing that Mi.
U. Jt. Cititih!., n perfectly reliiiblo mid
gentli-uinuly lunn, will reojuiu iu Honolulu
lor the pieseut to utteud to tho nfl'aiis of
THE GKU.MANIA EIl'lv INSURANCE
C iMVANY OK NEW YuRK.
Dy its Attornoy,
J. ALFRKD MAQOONt '
Dated Honolulu, Septcinlnir 17, 1800.
Notioo is horeby given thnt I, tho under
signed, lms this day given n full power of
nttorney to Mr. Au Con Cheo, of Knpan,
'Island of Kauai, who will net for nio
during my nbsenco from tho Islands.
DatodntHnunlei, Kuuni.AitR 31st, 1800.
399-lm TA.M SEE SEE WO.
During Mr. Donrdmau's nhsouce, Mr.
Ewing will hnvo charge of my books nnd
utloiul to nil collections. Ho enn bo found
oithernt Mr. Donrdmnu's oflico ut Uguru k.
Co.'b or nt my oflico.
,333-tf Pit. 1IERBEIIT.
Stoninors ot Uio above Ldno running in oonnoolion with tlio
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, B. 0., nnd Sydnoy, N. 8. W nnd calling nt Victoria, B. O.
Honolulu nnd Suva (Fiji),
On or nbout tho dates below Btnted, viz.:
From Ojritncy mid 8n, fop Victoria nnd
Vnnciouvor. 11, C.i
Stmr "MIOWEKA" Oetohor 21
Btinr "WA1U11MOO" Novombor 21
Stmr MIOWEHA" December 24
Btrar "WARRIMOO" Jnmiftry 24
Throuli Tickets Issued
FllEIOUT AND I'ASSENOEIl iftENTfli
D. MoNicoiii, Montrenl. Cnnndu.
ItonEnT Kisnn, Winnipeg, Ciuindn
M. M. Stkiin, Snu Frnncisco, Onl.
Q. MoL. Buown, Viuipouvor, B. O
Oceanic Steamstiip Go.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
The Now nnd Fino Al Steel Steamship
" Monowai "
Of tho Oeennio Stenmsliip Comrmny will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Sydnoy nnd
Aucklnud on or nbout
Oct. 15, 1896.
And will leave for tho nbovo port with
Mails mid Fnosongers on or nbout thnt
For Sydney 01111 Auckland:
Tho Now nnd Fino Al Steo Steamship
" Mariposa "
Of tho Occnnic Steamship Oompnuy will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Snn Francisco
on or about
Oct- 22, 1896.
And will hnvo prompt despatch with
Mails nnd l'.'.Etengers for tho above ports.
Tho undersigned are now prepared
ThrouRh Tickuts to All L'oints
in tlio L'nittul States.
C"For furthor particulars regarding
Freight or Pnssngo npply to
WM. G. IRWiN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arrive Honolulu Lonvo Honolulu
from 8. F. for S. F.
Sept. 28, 1890 Oct. 3,181)0
Oct. 20, 1890 .Oct. 28, 1890
From Snn Frnucisco From Sydnoy for
for Sydney. Snn Francisco.
Arrive Ilonvlulu. Leave Honolulu.
Mariposn, Oct 22, '90 I Monowni.Oct 15'9B
Monowui, Nov 1!),'90 Alameda.Nov 12,90
A. IjIFS SIZE
ITr ame d Comple to
Ono Dosen Photos of (ho SiUcr
VxTl tho LATEST OPFElt we havo
Portrait ancl Landscape
320 Foit btreot, near Jlercliant.
Cnslom House Broker and Statistician
General Business Agent.
Oceanic mmm Go.
Steamship Line ,,,
From Victoria anil Vancourer, II. O,, to
Suva nnd Sydney!
Blmr "WATiniMOO" October 15
Stmr "MIOWEHA" November 16
Stmr " WAIUilUOO" Df cf mber 10
&tmr "fluuwiiltA" January 10
from Ilonolulit to Cnnutln,
C3T For Freight nud Tnssngo nnd nil
Geuernl Informntion, npply to
TKE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Aponta for thoIInwniinnlBlnnds.
U 111 &ii Co
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG i
Steamers of tho nbovo Companies will
call nt Honolulu on their way to the
nbovo ports on or nbout tho following
Stmr City of Poking Sept. 28, 1890
Stmr Dorio Oct. 7, 1890
StmrUolgio Oct. 2, 1890
For BAN FKANCISCO:
Steamers nt tlin nfmvn rv,Y,t,n,t..., win
coll nt Honolulu on their way from
HongkoiiK nnd Yokohama to tho nbovo
port on or nbout tho following dates:
gtmrl'eru Oct. 12, 1890
Stmr Coptic Oct. 20, 1890
Stmr Gaelic Nov. 0, 18S0
Rates of Passage are as follows:
TO TOKO- TO noNU
Cabin J51E0.00 8175.00
Cabin, round trip, 1
months 225.00 262.50
Cabin, round trip, 12
months 202.50 810.25
European Steerage... 85.00 100.00
tSu'Tnf-Beugors paying full faro will bo
nllowed 10 poicent oir return fare if ro-
turning within twclvo months. T
CSFor Froight nnd Pnssngo apply to
H. HAGKFELD & CO
Men Steamship Co's
0. L. WIGHT, PreT S. H. HOSE, Seo.
dipt. J. A. KING, Port Sunt.
Will Ioavo Honolulu at 10 A. m., touching nt
Lnhninn, Jlnalnca Uay nnd M.ikcna tho
samo day; Mahukonn. Kawaihao and Lau
pahoehoe tho following day, arriving at
llilo the samo evening.
LSAVE8 HONOLULU. AKBIVKS HONOLULU.
Friday Oct. 0
Tuesday Oct. 20
Friday Oct. 30
Tuesday Oot. 0
Friday Oct. 10
Tuesday . . . .Oct. 20
Fliday Nov. 0
Iteturuing, will leave llilo nt 1 o'clock
r. ji., touching at Laupahoehoo, Mnhtt'
kona nud Kawaihuo aaii.o day; Miikonnk.
Maalnea Hay aud Lahaina tho following
day; arriving at Honolulu the afternoons
of luosday and Friiliiys.
Will call at Pohoiki, Puna.
flf"No Freight will be received nfter
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday nt 5 p. si.)
touching ct Kahnlni, liana, Ilamoa and
Kipuhulu, JIaui. lieturning arrivoH at
Honolulu Sunday morning.
Will call at Iiuu, Kaupo, on second trip
of each mouth.
g&Tifo Freight will bo received nftf
p. ji. on nay of gulling.
Thij .Company will itborvcs tho right to
mako chaDges ill the time of dopartnro and
arrival of its hteamois without uotlco and
it will not ho iouponnil)lo for auy conie
quences arising tberbfroni.
Consignrcj must l'o at tho Landingu to
receive their Freight; this Company will
not hold itbelf reupoiibiblo for freight attor
it has been landed.
Live Stock only at owner's tWU.
This Company will not bo responsible
for Mouoy or Valuables of piifbonfjeis
unless placed in tho caio of Pursors.
Passengers nio requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. Those failing to
do so will be subject to nn additional
chargo of twenty-livo por cent.
To Lot or Lease.
THE ".ES1DFNCE OF MRS. A. I.ONO,
one mile from postoflloe. Largo 1ioue.o with
(urnituro, Four bod rooms, parlor, largi
dining room, pautry, kitchen, bath rooms,'
hot and cold water, with patent closots,
servant houses, stables, horso paddock,
garden and trees. A charming locatiou.
Apply to J ALFRKD I.tAGOON.
U iloiehaut St., uost 1'OatoffleCi