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llKLClIC IN AND OCT.
Jwo Cartoon fur Honolulu The Onlns
borough I.auurlieil Today Alone
Tlio teamcr tlanoll will depart on Wcdncs
day l 4 p m fur l'muilmu, Ookftla, Kukilau
Tomorrow, liluli tide largo 7 :''.!! n m; high
tide pmiill s It p in; low lido large a in;
low tide small 3.-K) n in.
Tim S S lltlclc, J II Hinder, Lieut It N It.
Commander, Rrrhcd In from San Krnncltco
earlytfaturday afternoon. She left for Japan
and Olilua nt iiboiil II n in Ji'ulcrda
Tho atvatntr Umitllln wis got off tlic
roitkS ami taken to l'ort Tonend. it hero
1J10 liml to 0o ImmcdlaU'l) limclu d on ac
count of many liul At latest advice tlic
f trnils to get tier oil tlic sand liad proicd In
effectual. Tlio Ilrltleh fililp Klllir.Miiioii, recently
recked tit nr I'lift bound on tlic Kainu
I olnt n tin Itnatllli, lui" been fliutcd and
ftold to San rrnnclrco shipping men. After
being rtpalud and rtlltlid In -an l'Vantlsco
fin li to i'n n laie to be put tinder tuo Ha
Tlic dalusborouuli was liiuuclicd from tlic
Marino lEallMay till mornliig III r hold was
as dri iw a bone ! Is tied up at .'ori'iisou'a
wlinifanil il In ilid up for tliu trip in
tlio Coast under tlic suptrvlslon of Captain
Ward of tlie barkeutlnu Amelia. The Amelia
illrd for I'linct Sound with the Ilrst mato In
command on Saturday.
During thelslt of the members of Par
liament to Portsmouth a naval olllecr told
an annilng Mr of Inst gear's naal maneu
vers. While the war ships were stationed in
Lough Kojle there was an alarm of a torprdo
at night Instantly the gnus opened fire and
l)lar"d awnj at th torptdo boat llio next
morning t lie Ai'tnlrul ntpiesttd null Cup
tain to ten I In u report of the number of
torpedo b tats be had seen and tho quantity
of ammunition he had expended. The re
volts were Intenstliig. Some of the nfllcrrs
bid seen six toipcdo-boats, somefou', others
three and oilier two Onlyono Captain de
clared that In had seen no toipulo boat and
liad fired ro bot Tin others, Iioalvit, l.nd
used mi enormous iiBhtlt) of ammunition.
It turned out that there hid not been a tor
K'di.boat lt hi ii thirty miles of tho lough,
and tho toriird. -In nl rem (loin tin. hl.lpd
wcio in truth a single coal (urge
SATUltliAY, (Kt 21.
etmr Kaur.l, Drulin, from l.ahalua ports.
B S Uelgic, lender, Irom San Krantluo.
Sdniiay, Oet 2V
S'mr Claudlne, Camuon, irom Maui ports.
Stmr HitiMitl, Weir, from lUunll.
Htmr MiKaltVn, llagluud, from ports on
Gtmr Jumes Mnkee, IMei son, from Kauul
Monday, Oct. 20.
8 8 Australia, Itomllctte, from San Fran
cisco. DKPAKTl ItKS.
Am cclir Aloha, Dabil, for San Fran
cisco Am bktno Amelia, Wilier, for Tort Town
send. Suniuy. Oct 25.
OitOSti Bclglc, Hinder, for Chlua and
Monday, Oct 20.
St nil Mokolll, HUo, for I.ahulua, Molokal
Stmr J A Cummins, Scarle, for Oahu
Stmr I.ehun, Nyi, for OIdhmIu, Ilonohlna,
Flakalau, Ilnnomu, ami I'okuiniiuu.
Stmr Kauln 1 liomp-on, for Walanao, Wat
alua and Kuliuku.
Stmr James M.ikee, Vulirsou, for Knpua
r Stmr Kaunl, llruhn, for Makawill, and
Schr Ka Mol, lor P.iaullo
From San Kran -Wco, per 0 & O 8 8 Uclglc,
rtlnder, Oet 24-Mr and Mrs Wm McMillan
From Knpai, per stmr James Makeu, Oct
35-Mr and Mrs J I) Uiymit and 2 children,
Mrs T II Smith mid 7 on d..U.
From Maul ports, per stmr Claudlne, Oct
25-R It Berg. Ml-s Man Lyman, 0 II Ilor
gaardand wile, Mrs W H Wilkinson, Mrs K
Uortomauot, Mrs Alua, A llorba, 1. M Bald
win, J M Sims, Father Malhias, Mrs M da
pal, Mrs Meurs.A linos and wife, Ah ('hong,
laslilmnto, Mrs Uiun' Kong and a children
mid 38 on deck.
From Kuiial ports, per stmr Mikahala.Oct
21-W II ltiec. Jm Uowuii, J It Mjers, J
Leonard, J A Bukley, J A VUtor. Mrs 0 M
Cooke, Mrs 11 Ionics, 11 MoirUoii, A V
l'etcrs, 0 0 I'rlugle, tn M Keola and child -run,
Chan Cli in nnd -S on ilick.
VESSELS LEAVING TOMORROW.
Sltnr W (i Hall, hiuurtm, for Maul and
Stmr Iwalanl, Smytlie, for Lahalna, Ho
Bokmi and Knknllm li
' 8:mr C'luiullnc, t'lirn ir .n, for Maul.
CARGOES FROM I8LAND l'ORT3.
Fr .Inir (.laiidinol.'tl bags potatoes 119
bais orn. 8 1 tug t iro, 12 hogs, 51 hides, I
rol cr, A mii.'hi i Dolus, I hoi eu mid !)T pKj;
Ex stun Jnuiis Mal.ee dl btgs rice, 45
Ex etmr MIkiliala 8H0 hags hiigar, 250
bogs ri i, '. ba.'s bian, II bdls liides, I
lioiscs, 4 cows, I euUet, 2 mules, 1 mtrry-go.
rout d, nnd ft'i U; suudrles
VKS3KI.J IN POUT.
U 9 8 Adams, Watson, San Francisco.
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
Ger bk 11 Unci. f Id, Barher, lojsan feld.
Am bk Molileau, Saunders, S F.
J)r bk (Jalnsborough, Diamond Head.
Gcrbk8plco. Fran! Krusn, Bremen.
Am bktn J M (irllllth, Arey. Pt Townsend.
Am bktn Pkaglt, Holiiuson, Pt Townsend.
IlawHclir Noriun, Itosthlll, Flench Frlguto
Am sch Aloha, Dahrl, 8 F.
Am bktn Amelia, Ward, Pt ToMiiscnd.
Am bl: Colusa, Kulb, New castle.
RuRf r mimmmmimammmmmamuaM
,mk.itnMvmnivvmMLm9iMamium9wuMmmn&m.hmv i truwyotMm
Foutnn.s vkspi. Expr.cTEn.
Viesels Where from Duo
Gaelic Yokohama Nov (5
ABt-1ln a V
Jap SS Klnslilu Marti.. ..Yokohama.. Oct 30
aionowai bl woria
Uk Samoa Newcastle Nov 30
Bk Ardtro wan, ...... Newcastle Nov SO
Miowera Vancouver. Nov 10
Warrlmoo Sydney Nov 21
Alameda Sydney Nov i
Ger bk J 0 Glade, Liverpool,. ..November 30
Am bk Edward May New York. ..Aug 80
Warrlmoo Vancouver. Dec 16
tn bk Seminole Newcastle Due
trabpEIwcll Newcastle. .. Duo
Bk Slludon Newcastle. Duo
Am schr John D Tallant..l't Gamble. .Oct 1J
Am bk Colusa.... Newcastle Oct 30
Amble Alden Bessc, 8F Due
Am bktn Archer 8 F Due
Am bk Amy Turner New York.,,. Jan 20
Nor bk White Rose Newcastle.. .Nov 30
Am bk Irmgard S F Oct 30
Am bkSC Allen 8F Oct30
KOI.OMOKU 'n this city, Oct 25, to
wile of II Kolomokit, a son.
COOKE In Oakland, Cal., October 10, liar
rht Ethel Cooke, youngest daughter
of Harriet K. Cooke, aged IS years
About One Hundred Men Unifsgrd on
A reporter o tbis papor visiled
tho Nuunnu strewn this morning
for tho purpose of gaining Bomo
information as to tho progress of
tho work now going on. Ho was
shown about by Foroman Fogarty
and was getting Bomo idea of tho
oxlont and purpose of tho work
being dono when Superintendent
Rowell came along and took the
foroman away. For reasons host
known to himsolf Mr. Rowell was
totally oblivious to the reporter's
preaonco aud was oven discourto
ous enough not to reply to the
roportpr's salutation of "Good
morniug, Mr. Rowell."
Being thus left to himsolf to get
what information ho could tho re
porter nsked ohm of tho most in
telligent looking ultite hi on at
work what progress was being
niudo and what werotho prospects
of getting through before tho
rainy season. Tho answer ho got
wmb: "I don't know nor does any
ono olso. There is a lot of work
being dono btit no ono seems to
know what it is being dono for.
1 dou't believe oithor Rowell or
Fogarty know what thoy tiro
There al'o about 100 mon now
at work at different parts ot tho
stream. Foreman Fogarty suys
that the Pauoa stream gives a
good deal of trouble, and a big
steam pump is kept ut work to
keop tho water from bnckiug up.
Mon aro working at this point up
to their waittta in water. Rolow
where tho Pauoa stream will ou
ter tho now chanuol workmen aro
oxcavatiug tho main channol aud
filling in tho now sixty foot road
way on tho Waikiki sido with the
dirt taken out. Trenches havo
been partly dug for tho masonry
of tho retaining walls at this point
but they are full of wator. On
the other sido of tho channol aud
below Bt. Louis college a large
liolo was being filled up by tho
dredger. Rolow tho Engine
Hoii60 on Maunakea street a
number of carpenters woro en
gaged in raising houses, prepara
tory to filling in underneath them.
Tho wholo work presented a
scene of chaos and confusion.
There seemed to bo no system in
the work being done, and even
the men employed seemod to bo
working in a half hearted don't-
caro sort of way. Tho opinion
was freoly expressed that a good
freshet would swoop away tho
wholo of tho work dono and cut
out a new channel for itself with
out tho least difficulty.
UTi.sT voiii.iun xi:ws.
Continued from Jst Page.
TEirpOR RY RE1JEL VICTORY.
Madrid, Oct. 15.-General Rlan
co, Captain General of the Philip
pine Islands, reports tho ropulse
by iuBiirgonls ot 100 Spaniards
who hud been sent to tibsiat an
outpost at Talisay. The tioops
lost eighteen killed and twenty
three wounded. Tho battalions
afterward rescued the outpost.
Tho rebels occupying Talisay
compolled General Blanco to alter
tho routo of his advanco, moving
towards Lipa Cataugas, to stop the
advanco of tho insurgents.
DEVILIHII PLOT FOILED BY A
York, Nebraska, October 1G.
A plot to wreck tho Burlington
night ilyer from the EaBt in order
to bring about tho death of A.
Btseell, a pasBougor, was divulged
EVENING BULLETIN, OCTOBER 20, 1896.
by Frank Mi "play, ouo of tho
conspirator, just in tune to stivo
hundred of lives last night. W.
L. Lee, a promiuout photographor
of York, has boon arrested on the
chargo of boing the ohiof conspi
rator. Tho hopo of securing S10,
000 accident insuranco, carried in
Rissoll's name, was tho motive
which promptod tho formation of
CONCESSIONS BY THE T0RTE.
Washington, Octobor 1G. Sec
retary Olney is in rocoipt of "n
dispatch from tho United StatoB
Minister at Constantinople to tho
effect that ho has at last obtained
orders from tho Turkish Govern
ment to permit tho departure for
tlio united States, with safo con
duct to tho seaports, of all native
Armenian women and children
whoso husbands and fathers are in
tho United States. The subject is
one that has beon before tho Porto
for some timo, and for this grati
fying result credit must bo givou
Mr. Terrell, who has pushed tho
matter with conspicuous tact as
well as indefatigable zeal.
SETTLEMENT OF VENEZUELA
The Now York Horald'H Wash
ington special says: Prosidont
Olovoland, in his next annual
message to Congress, will bo ablo
to stato definitely that an under
standing has beon roached with
Great Rritain for an amicable
sottlemout of tho long, pending
Venezuelan boundary dispute.
There aro dotails yet to bo per
fected, but uouo of thorn aro of
such a nature as to in tho "oast on
danger the prospects for a final
disposition of tho caso and a res
toration of tho relations between
Great Rritain and Vonezuola dur
ing tho term of Cleveland. Tho
dispatch further oxplains that tho
arrangomont was agreed on be
tween Secretaries Chamberlain
and Olney when tho former was
visiting America lately.
CRISIS IN CUBAN A1TAIRS.
The Now York Korald's Wash
ington special says: If Spain
does not end tho war in Cuba
within less than threo months the
insurgeuts will recoive a Christ
mas present from tho United
Slates in tho form of a virtual
recognition of thoir iudopendouco.
It can be further stated that tho
President does not oxpect that
Spain will ond tho war by tho
tactics employed during tho pres
ent y&ar, and ho iB fully convinced
that tho grave duty will devolve
upon him of taking a vigorous
stand in this matter.
Intervention by Prosidont
Cleveland will como in tho form
of a memorandum to tho Spanish
Government, which will certainly
not bo delayed longer than tho
first of tho year, iu which tho
President will take a stand oven
more vigorous than that taken by
Prosidont Grant iu his celebrated
note which led to tho closo of the
ton years' war by concessions by
Spain to tho Cubans. Tho Prosi
dont is satisfied that no furthor
promises of homo rulo or other
project short of completo inde
pendence will aatisfy those who
aro struggling for freedom, and
that tho Cuban question can nevor
bo definitely bottled until tho
Spanish yoko is completely re
moved and a stablo government is
established in tho island which
will havo tho moral support of tho
Ouo ot tho public schools of
Germany, tho Nau Ruppin Gym
nasium, has made it obligatory on
all its pupils to learn to rido tho
Closing Out This Week
a line or
Ladies' and Gents'
pine Boots ghoes
STRAW and FELT
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Ladies' Bress Boods
Of tho Latest Styles and at
tho Lowest Pricos
Light and Serviceable.
Gastle & Cooke
EWERS & COOKE
A GREAT INVENTION
Moes Itself nbout yot.i Liiwn Travels
in a straight lino or a circlo Stops autom
atically. Set foi any lou;th ot tobc.
pjBF No Huoh Sprinkler has over been
placed ou tho market before.
Come and See It.
LEWERS & COOKE,
47.1 Fort Stroot, ... - Telephone 20.
'How Are You
We heap tho Latest Nov
elties in tho above. No
shopworn poods on hand.
I. LEVIMSTON, - - Mauapr,
Wnvorloy Block, 9 Hotel street
H Shirts Made to Order.
320 Fort streot, near Merchant.
Custom House Broker and Statistician
General Business Agent.
'TU8l! PS IfMlli? "
Steamers ot tho above Lino running in connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, B. O., and Sydnoy, N. S. W., and balling at Viotorin, B. O.
Honolulu and Suvo (Fiji),
.A-IRE 3DTTE3 -A.T ZESOIISrOLTJ'XjTT
On or about tho datos below Btnted, viz.:
Fiom H jitney mid 8nn, for Victoria mid
YaiMoiuor. JS. O.i
Stmr "MIOWC1U" October 2S
Stmr " WAIUUMOO" November 24
Stuir ' 'MIOWERA" December 21
Stmr "WA11HIMOO" January 24
Through Tickets l.ssuutl
FltElOIlT AND rASSF.NQKlt AOHNTn:
D. JIoNiooiL, Montreal, Oanadu.
ItonERT Kkuii, Winnipeg, Canada.
M. M. Htkrn, Son Francisco, Cal.
O. Mob. BnowN, Vancouver, B. O.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
The Now and Fino Al Steel Steamship
Of Urn Occouio Steamship Company will
bo duo ot Honolulu from Sydnoy and
Anskland on or about
3STov. 12, 1896.
And vi ill leavo for tho above port with
Mails und Pusscngurs on or about that
For Sydney end - uckf and:
Tho Now and Fino Al Steo Steamship
" Monowai "
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo duo ut Uonolulu from San Francisco
on or about
Nov. 19, 1896.
And will have prompt despatch with
Mini aud FnnsenRcrH for tho above ports.
Hie nudersigned aro now prepared
Through Tickets to All Points
in tho 1'iiittMl States.
t3T"For furthor particulars regarding
Freight or Passago apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
One teisii Go.
S. L AUSTRALIA.
Arrivo Honolulu Leavo Honolulu
from S. F. for S. F.
Oot.26, 18DG Oct. 28, 1896
Nov. 16, 1896 Nov. 21, 1SQ0
From San Francisco From Sydnoy for
for Sydnoy. Son Francisco.
Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Mouowai. Nov 19, '00 I Alnmedn.Nov 12 '96
AlftuioilH, Deo 17, '96 JIiuipom.Dto 10,'96
COS Nuuanu Stkeet.
Harry Klemmo, - - Prop.
Tho Host in
the "Wovd -
Best of Liquors Wines.
3. Our Siloou is thoroughly renovated
mid refurnished nnd wo trust that our
stock will plcuRO evory tnsto.
COME AND SAMPLE IT,
W. C . ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
S3T Wo will Bay or Soil Ileal Estato in
all parts of the group.
VST Wo will Soil Pioportlon on Reason
Oceanic Steamstus Co.
OFFICE, 10 West King street
vm wwwm im iwNwin vi ! imviimm
From Victoria nnd Vancouver, II. O,, to
Sinn nnd Sidimyl
Stmr "MIOWEHA" November 16
Stmr "WAltltlMOO" D.c tuber 18
htmr "MIOWEt A" Jnnunry 16
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" February 16
from Honolulu to Cumuln,
es mid .Europe.
VW For Freight and Passago and all
Qonernl Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
AtrcntH for tho Ilawaiian Inlnndn:
wk M lisailiji Go.
-Aim tiir .
Occiflental & Oriental Steamsliip Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG
Stcamoro of tho abovo Companies will
oall at Honolulu ou their way to tho
abovo port on or about tho following
Stmr Pern Mov. 2, 1898
Htmr llio do Janeiro . . .Nov. 19. 1H96
StmrQrtilio Nov. 28, 1396
i'or SAN FHAN0ISCO:
Htpntnnrn it Uin nluu.A rn; :n
..... . ...,, vswuiiwilies will
call at Honolulu on thoir way from
uuijKnuiiK Him lOKounma to tho abovo
port on or nlout tho followinirdaleo:
Simr ,aoUo Nov. II, 1896
ytn.r City t,f Peking Nov. 1C, 1896
Stmr China Doc 2, 1896
fietes of Passage arc as follows:
TO YOKO- TO nONO
Cabin 3150.00 8175.00
uamn, round trip, 4
mouths 225.00 2G2.50
Cabin, round trip, 12
months 262.C0 810.25
liuropoanSteorogo.... 85.00 100.00
P27"PnsknllfrirR linvinrr ft.lt .Tll 1.-
r ' t'..jn ...& MI1V Will UU
allowed 10 peiccnt off return faro if ro-
turning wutun tweio months.
CSTFor Freight and Passago apply to
II. HACKFELD & CO.,
Wilder's Steamsliip Co's
C. L. WIGHT, Prcs. 8. 11. KObE, face.
Cipt. J. A. KINO, PoitSupt.
Will leavo Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching at
Lnhiiiwi, llimlnea Hay und Mkeun tho
snmodjy; Slnhukonn, Knwaihaouud Lau
piihoohot) tho following day, arriving at
Hilo tho samo evoning.
I.IAVKB HONOLnr O. AKBlVEB HONOLULU.
"fridny u. :iu i TiicHdny . Oct. 27
lneHtlity... .Vov I0rridny Nov. 0
Fndiiy. . ..Nov 2o Tnusilay . Nov. 17
f uourtny . ... lit o 1 I huturdny Nov. 28
lioturuing, will leave nilo at 1 o'clock
r. M.t touchint; nt Laupnhvouoe, Mahu
koua ond Kawnihno saujo dnv; Mnkena,
Maalftca Huy nnd Lnhnnia tlio following
day; arriving at Honolulu tho nftsinoons
of 1 uebduy nnd FrldnyH.
Wilt cli at Pohoiki, Puna.
BJSyHo Freight will bo received after
12 uoou on day of suiliug.
Will leavo Honolulu Tucrilny at fl p. m.j
touching at Kuhului, llnim, Htniiouand
Kipnlitilu, Muni. Itctumiug airhes at
Honolulu Suudiiy luorniugs.
Will call ut Nuu, Knupo, on second trip
of each mouth.
C?""No rreight ill bo received after
r. m. on (luy of hailing.
This Company will reserves tho right to
inako cbnn;es iu the timo of dopartnio and
arrivul of its btmincrs without nutico and
it will not bo renponsib!o for any conse
quences arising therofroni.
Consigupcs must be nt tho Landings to
receive their Freight; this Company will
not hold ilhclf rchpounible for ficight after
it has boun htudod.
Live Stook only nt owner's rwk.
This Company will not be responsible
for Monoy or Valuables of pujugers
unloss plucod in the enro of Pursers.
PtthbeUKers aio requested to purchase
tiokets beforo ombarklng. Those failing to
do bo will bo subject to nu addltiona
charge of twentydive per cent
To Let or Lease.
THE 1ES1DFN0E OF MRS. A. LONG,
one milo from postofflce. Largo house with
furniture. Pour bed rooms, parlor, largo
dining room, pantry, kltchon. bath rooms,
hot and cold wator, with patent closets,
sorvaut hniiROR, ntnbles, horbe paddock,
garden aud ttces. A charming location.
Apply to .T ATiniED MAGOON.
tf Men hunt bl next PoBtoClcei
pi M? Mi .
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