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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, December 09, 1896, Page 10, Image 10',
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Ilnrliriilinc II. 1. !l''np Irom lrmrt-
lire IIhj I'DXTiiiicru Arrived mid
Hcpnrf ril - Some Mlirr Kolrn.
Tlic rclmnnrra Knulkcaoult mid l.avlnla tiro
on (lie marine railway.
Tlie ship Tlllle E Sturbuck arrived nt New
York from thl port Nov 10.
Wilder' utenmi-r Klnnu will leave nt It a."
in. on Saturday lor lllly and way ports.
Thclirnhtii did not sail jenterilay, being
lielil back toatvalt tliu arrival of tbo Kcau
hou, Tlic Mi-oinrr t luullne arrived In jnlerday
Afternoon from Hawaii and Ma ill. She brought
The barkcntlttc Archer arrived at 9nn l'ran
cUco on tlio 17th of last month, cloven dajs
out from Honolulu,
Tomorrow, bluli tldo Inrcc 7:3' n in; IiIrIi
t!do small 'J Xt n in; low tide Inline b.5 11 in;
low tide small 0:35 a m.
The Miuinci Walalealc was launched from
tins marine rnllv.ny jeslerd.iy. She ocr! to
Kauai luila i it Ii eoal.
A new olllee l being put upon Inter-Island
m half, o short d I Mil nee Irom the old one on
the Wulklki side. The old onu will bu torn
The U 8 S Alcit arrived In this forenoon
from 8an FnineWeo. Clio left that port on
Nov IS, bhc Is here to relieve tho U S S
The hrln t.urllnc was hauled on the marine
railway jesterday afternoon. A survev of
lier Injury w ns mude 'I he vessel was launch
ed acnln today to wait aih lees Irom the u n-
ers in aan rrnncuco in tier recent expcrl
eneOttt Kuhtiliil, the brlif had liei keel b.-ullv
torn and a few dents made In her hull hy
slum roeks. Her null wiib also chafed Shu
lost both anchors when thceiiuall struck litr.
Tho Ainerleiiii haik II 1 Cheney, Cuiitalu
M llnskil., ck. red on Nov 5 ui d sailed the
nextday from I)i i nrture Hay, llrltish Colum
bia 8lic was sluhted otf Koko Head l.itu
yejttciday ufU'riioon, and arrived In port
1'iirly IliN inornliii! 'he has -nil tons coal
for tho Inter Ishmd Sleain Xavluation Com
pany. The tirst few days out roiiuh u cither
M.-uhtul, but nlh r tlmt lllit winds bikI lair
weather to the Islands. Thu skipper Is ac
compariled b; lil wife
Wiiiincsiuv, Dee. 0.
Am bk U P ( licncy, Haskell, from lirltlsh
U ri 3 Alert, llanlbrd. from San Francisco.
Stmr KinuliiMi, (ireory, from porta
Wciinlbiiay. Dee. 0.
Stmr Wnlalcale, 1'arker, for Makasell and
VESSELS LEAVINO TOMOMtOW.
Stmr IwiUanl, smyllie. for I.uliuln.i. KuUul
lmele and lloiiol.nu at 10 n m.
From Maul and (linvnll, per stmrClaudlne,
Die S W V Inn. U Sorciison, W von (ir.ivu
r.iever. Mrs 12 F Cameron. Mrs. I Sutherland.
Mrs V Motsoii, Ml-s I, Mntsnn. Miss M 0
Ilowurd, Mls M Fiellas, I. M Vellesen, Mrs
K Morn, I A 1) in. I Wltkowskl. ft Seguwa,
Mis K llnpnl Mr-. .1 lajlor, .1 llarry, VV II
ltlce. .IN (.ire. (,oo Mm uiid wife, Til
llulitn uikI i.iii, MIis E Muy, Mrs Aloiia Alii,
Mrs K Uotidhiie.MUs Ciishliii.-li.im. .IE Miller.
Mrs Akxn.i, Mis I. A Andrews, Miss A I.
Andrew. V 11mm lik-n and Si deck patten
i' ssen'okp.s depautkd.
For Mavl, per-Uiir Ukcllkc, Die 8 Miss
Alkeu, MIm" liliCi', V A Vellesen, Father
J.eonor s l llilinii and wlte, Ajount', HA
Mutt Hinith, J A Uakaw, J W Itecuid, T F
gjnlioni, and I' win llauiui.
For Kami, per stmr '.V (J Hall, Dec 8 C
II lllshop, wife ind three chlldien, Mis Hen
rietta Nein, K Mrohz. Otto Isi-nlii-rg. Dr .1 K
Smith, TTanaka, Mr ( jodwullz, Mrs S D (I
Wallets. Miss Ni'iiberg, 11 C bchtnldt, Mlu
Sul and U. on deck.
For Kauai, per stmr Kauai, Dec 8 Judge
Hart, Maria de Corta, D Coivlllo and Mr
GAHOOE3 F110M ISLAND TOUTS.
Ex stmrClaudlne SITU baps spuds, USU bags
Com, 00 In i8, 1b bdls hides, 8 horses, 3 mules,
S'J7 pkgs sund., HI pki;s coin D18.!.40.
Ex stmr Ke.uihoi ''50'.) bags sugar, 23
head cuttle, 5 lmf; cufTee, !l pk);s suud.
FOHEION VESSELS EXPECTED.
Vessels V hero Irom
Almiicd.i B F
MioH era Sj dnev
JapS HTenshln Maru,..Vokoli9ina
Am schr Aluiiu. UF...
(ier bk J (' dloile Liverpool,. ..Nov
Ain iii Atny iiirnur, .....ew torK.
l(r lik lto fiihick I.lurpool..,
Am lilt () Imi I'uiuUa.. . .
VEhSKI.i IN I'OUT.
U88 Adams, V.'alsoli, Sun FrancUeo.
UfS Aleit, llaufoid, San Fiauelsco.
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
Ship V (.In ney, Haskell. Depart lira Hay,
Nor bk Whlti Koe, Aaruc, NiiHCftstlu
Ilk Ardu'ouan. llieu, N'eucuhtlu.
SO Wilder, McNeill, Han rraneiico.
Ilrlc l.urllns, Denny, Kahulul.
llr bk Suowdou, liowlund, Newcastle.
Haw bk Andiew Welch, Drew, 8 F.
Ilk Samoa, Frctwurst, Newcastle.
Br bk Oakbauk, Newcastle.
Am lik O D 'IrjMit. I.ec, New South Wales.
Am bktu S N Castle, Hubbard, S V.
llr lib Woolluhra, Hnrncson, Newciistlo.
IIUTTON -At I.tiiipahoehne, Hawaii, on Dec
em her I), I till), Edward Mutton, In thu 71st
carol hi.' r.iro (Acstinlluu and li.t
leh papers pleasu copy.)
Light and Serviceable.
Oastle 4 Cooke
Trusting that you may bo in
terested in cycling, wo tako tho
liberty of statiun to you a few
facts about our wheels:
Wo need not troublo yon with
needles" drription of tho "World
Fnmoil "J -.AMBLER" Bicycle,
I hich by its easy running, ap
j pearance, streugtli and lasting
qualities has won for tho makors
j a name world renowned.
1 Tho "It AMBLERS" aro equi
ped with tho great G.ifcJ. Dotach
jabloTiro, which Binco its intro
duction to Honolulu has proved,
by tho numbers in use, tho most
successful and necessary adjust
ment to a bicycle.
"Wo tako great ploasuro in re
comnnding to our friouds tho
"RAMBLER" and trust that in
futuishiugono to any person thoy
will never have occasion to regret.
Our terms aro Buch that a bicy
cle is no longor a luxury but a
necessity in actual saving of tima
and money. Wo would ask you
to but call and got our figures.
As is customary nearing tho
close of each year, tho makors in
order to got ready for tho ouBiiing
year, offer tho present 1890
wlieols it reduced prices. Wo aro
now prepared to give our cus
tomers tho benefit of those reduc
tions as long as our stock holds
out. l'or thoso wishing an up to
dato wheel of tho highest gvade,
ono which wo can guarautee to
tho fullest extent, wo would offer
tho "RAMBLER." As to im
provements for tho coming season
wo would say wo anticipate none.
Such changes which may bo made
will, as has been tho past two
years, bo changes immaterial to
tho improvement of tho wheel in
Kindly givo this some thought
or call your friouds'attentiou to it
E. 0. Hall & 8
AT ItlK IIOI'KI,.
I'nreuell Coneort In Honor of llio
Pratt try Ooinpnny.
Managor Lucas of tho Hawaiian
hotol, in conjunction with Pro
fessor Bergor, has arranged for a
farewell band concort to bo given
by tho govornmont band at tho
hotel this ovouing in honor of tho
Frawloy Company and tho ex
pected arrival of tho Mariposa
from tho colonies. Tho concort
will commonco at 8:30 and among
tho numborB to bo rondorod fs a
solo and chorus, "As I Havo Oho-b-mi
Yon," composed by Harry
Corson Clirko. After tho coacert
tuoro will bo dancing on tho
Tho following is tho program
of tho concert:
Overture Victor Emanuel Kllni;
March Torchlight Procession. . . . Mi ycrbcci
Selection Marltana Wallace
Solo and Chorus As I Have Chosen
You, (new) Harry Corson Clarke
Dancoof the !oblln, (new) Lotalnc
Waltz Vicuna Stood Struuss
m m m
If you want to find out what a
dollar will purchaso in tho way of
groceries for Christmas, just bring
ono along to tho Palama Grocery,
and yon will bo surprised at its
purchasing power. ColestialB aro
usually close buyers, and fho lact
that wo sorvo a good number of
them spanks volumes for our
priceB. H. Cannou, Palama Gro
cery, opposite Railway Depot,
King street. Tolephouo 755 every
This is to inform tho Planters
that I havo imulo connections
JAPAN" EMIGRATION CO.
and that before bocomiug identified
with it, I had tho opportunity nf
investigating the status of several
other concerns. My choice foil
on the one 1 now ropres-nt, be
cnuso 'f their standing in tho bu
siness community md their telia
bility. 1 am now in n pnsit'nn to sup
ply LABORERS MONTHLY,
if desirod, on tho following con
ditions: 1. Pissngo money f"r mules,
.fC0, and femults $:J0, nud nil ex
penses of quarantine and hospitil
2 Wipes. S12 50 for males;
i-7.50 for females per month.
3. Contracts to bo for thiuo
4. Wj lofund a pro-rata sum
of money for any period of tho
contract which may remain after
the desertion of tho laborer.
Wo havo connections with tho
JAPAN MAIL STEAMSHIP
CO., Citlliig haio monthly, tho
TOYO and NAN YO MARU.
and another line abmt to bo
Follow ii g nro the persons who
composo thu company :
GOZO TATEKO, ox Minister
KA, owner of TOYO nud NAN 1T0
owner of TOYO and NAN YO
SillNICHI K AG AW A, Presi
dent of tho T.vonty-st'cond, Na
KATINO SLDZUKI, Manager
of Okavama Bunk.
YOSHKJ KHIMANOHI, Mer
chitnt. of Osaka and Newohang'.
Manager Ytul.u Hank of Osaka.
Wo solicit ) our putmnigc. Wo
guarnutoo to givo all untiio satis
faction, as wo havo the most ex
JiHi'ionced recniits of luborois in
"jpuii in our emplny.
G. E. Boardman,
Foreign Agent for thu Japan Emi
All tenants and othors indobted
to Liliuokalani will please tako
notico that tho undersigned has
beou appointed Agent of her
Estato, under full Power of Attor
ney. Prompt payment of indebt
edness is requested.
J. O. CARTER,
208 Merchant street,
j Honolulu, Dec. 4th, 1890. 4751m
DECEMBER 0, 1890.
WO TPtffc ! !
tlnlshtnir touch to
man's attire Is his scarf
and how they do
Daresay you havo
a draer tilled nt home
This makes us u under
what hceomes of all the ties
that arc sold-nnd yet
we're sclllnif. When
you sec these latest
creations 70 u won't
wonder nt the selling.
Picking was never easier.
I. LEVINGSTON, - - - Manager,
Arbiters of Fashion.
9 Hotel Street : : W3YCrley BlOClC-
Most respectfully beg leave
to notify the ladies ond house
keepers of Honolulu that they
now havo their stock of
Ready for inspection, and
to draw their attention to tho
extremely low prices. Goods
in every line and of tho latest
styles will bo sold regardless
of cost, at the
tfon Holt Block;, Ipiig Stoeeli
K. W. SCHMIDT & SONS,
You Holt Block, King Strei t
No. 10 Store
lugsl lugsl Rugs I
Sofa Rugs I Floor Rugs I
Tapestry and Carpets,
Crumb Cloths and Druggets.
BssT All Just Received at
Can Got Their
Stamping . . .
Neatly and expeditiously
dona at the . .
Jt&iy" Ordors received in tlto
morning between tho hours of 9:ii0
and 12 o'clock. Call and boo tho
Now and Dainty Designs.
IN'TIir, CIKCUIT COUUT, FWBT CIK
cult of the lluwuilun Ii-luuds. In tho mat
ter of the Bankruptcy of A. I). Krlcuiann of
Order on petition of llankrupt for discharge.
Upon rciidlnf,' and lillnc the peiltlnn of
A. I). Frleniann of Honolulu, Ouhu, allcf,'luc
that more than six months huro elapsed
since bIio was adludlcated a bankrupt, and
prnylnK lor u discharge from all her dehls.
It Is ordered that MONDAY, the SSth day
of December, A. D. iBUO, In Alllolunl llule,
Honolulu, at 10 a in. of that day, at Cham
bers, he, and the same Is hen by appointed
for the hearing of snld petition, nt which
time and place all crcdltois ulio have pi o veil
their claims aKnlr.st said bankrupt may ap
pear nml show ciiuse, II' any they have, why
the prayer of said ilanWiiipt should not he
(IEO. LUCAS, Clerk.
Dated Dec. 7lh, lb'JO. 477-St
Btcmnors of tho nbovo Lino runninK iu oonnootion with the
CANADIAK PACIFIC BAIL WAY
Botwiccn Vancouver, D. 0., and Sydney, N. 8. Wm and calling at Victoria, B. O.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
j&JXVEl X5TT33 uA-O? XvLG2:TOXJTjrylT3'
On or about tho dates bolow stated, viz.:
From Sydney nml Surn, for Vlctorlit nml
Vancotiver. II. C.i
Stmr "MIOWERA" December 24
Btrar "WA1UIIMOO" Jnnuary 24
Stmr "MIO WtJRA" Fclirunrv 24
rjimr"fluuvt.iiA" i'ctirunry 24
Stmr WA11R1MOO" Slarou 24
Through Tlclcets issued from Ilonoltilu to Caiuulii,
United Stntcs nml Europe.
FnniauT and rABSBNonit Aan.Nxa:
D. MoNicolii, Montreal, Canada.
Ronp.nT Kitnn, AVinnipcR, Onnnda.
M. M. Stern, Ban Francisco, Cnl.
G. MoL. IlttowN, Vnuconvcr, B. C.
Australian Mail Service. .
For San Francisco:
Tho New nnd Fine Al Slcel Steamship
" Mariposa "
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Compnuy will
be due tit Honolulu from Sydney and
Auckland on or about
Dec. 10, 1896.
And -will leavo for tho nbovo port with
Mails ii nil FnsHougers on or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho Now and Fino Al Stco Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be duo nt Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
Dec. 17, 1896.
And will havo prompt despntch with
Mnils nnd Passengers for tho nbovo ports.
Tho undersigned are now prepnred
Through Tickets to Al! t'oints
in tho United States.
CBTFor further pnrticulnra regarding
Freight or I'assiigo npply to
WM. G. IRWIN &C0., L'd,
Ooeanic Steaii Go.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
Jnu. 5. 1607...
for S. F.
.Deo. 10, 1800
.Juu. 1J, 1807
From San Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. San Francisco.
Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Alameda, Deo 17, '00 I Mariposa.Deo 1000
Mariposa, Jun 14, '07 Monowai, Jan 7, '97
Pioneer Building and
Assets July, 1896, $106,645.15
Money Loaned on Approved Security.
A Savings Bank for Monthly Deposits.
Houses liuilt on tho Mouthly Iustallmeut
Thirteenth Sorios of Stook now opon.
For further particulars apply to
A. V. GEAR, Secrottiry.
Olinuiber of Commerce ltoonis.
Office horns, 12:30 1:80 P.M. WS-tf
Genoral Maunger of
The Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of the United States for tho Hawaiian
Off'O": Merchant street, Honolulu.
ATLAS -:-ASSURANCE-:- COMPANY
Assets, - - - $10,000,000.
H. W. BCHMlOT & BONO,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Subscribe for tho Evening Bdl
i.etin, 76 conts per month.
Oceanic SteaMiu Co.
From Victor! nml VnncouTer, 11. 0 to
Siivn nml Sjrilnevt
Stmr "WARMMOO" December 16
httnr "MIOWEliA" January 10
Btmr "WA1IKIMOO" Fcbmarv in
Stmr "MIOWERA" .Mnrch 10
tST For Freight and Tasaago nnd nil
Qonerol Information, npply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for the Hawaiian Inlands.
Wife's Steamship Go's
O. L. WIGHT, l-re.7" 8. 11. ROSE, See.
dipt. J. A. KING, 1'ortSupt.
Will loavo Honolulu nt 10 a. m., tonohing at
Lahniiin, Mniilncn Hay and M .kena tho
same day; Mahukona, Kawalhaoaml Lau
pahoelioe tho following day, arriving at
Hilo tho samo evening. K
LKAVKB IlOMOI.pi.u. ABIltVKS I10K0LDLU.
Friday Deo. 11
Tuesday Deo 22
Friday Deo. 18
Tuesday Deo. 29
Returning, will leavo nilo nt 1 o'clock
. m., touching nt Laupahoehoo, Mahu
kona and Kawaihao siu.o day; Jlakenn,
Maalnea lay anil Lahainn tho following
day; arriving nt Honolulu tho aftornoona
of I uesday and Fridays.
Will Call at Pohoiki, Fnna.
. EWNo Freight will bo rcceivod after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will lcavo Honolulu Tuesday at 0 p. m.i
touching at Kahulul, Hana, Uauioannd
KIpahulu, Maui, lie-turning arrives at
Honolulu Sunday uioniingn.
Will call nt Nuu, Kaupo, on second trip
of each month. r
fi2?"No Freight will bo received afler
P. M. on clay of sailing.
This Company will reserves the right to
xnako clninRcs in thu time of departure nnd
arrival of its Htcamem without notico and
it will not bo responsible for nuy conse
quences nrisiug therofrom.
Coustgnpes must bo at tho LnndingB to
not hold itself reupousiblo for freight nftor
I it linn liAAki I.....1m 1
l . UUQ UWJil iUIlUUll.
Live Stock only nt ownrrV risk.
This Couipuuy will not bo iOMtKnsiblo
for Money or Valuable's of passongers
unless placed in the oaio of I'nraira.
IWcngera aie requested to purchaso
tickets before embarking. Thoso failing to
do so will bo subject to an additiona
oharge of twenty-livo per cent.
For Family Use!
Just Received, ox "O. O. Funk," a cargo of
Welliugtoi), DepHrtune BaJ, doal
Which is offered in quantities to suit.
2240 lbs. to the Ton.
WILDER & CO., L'D.
301 k 303 Fort street.
A Good Thing
l 17 2. o
Ohia, Algoroba and Pine Firewood
Cut nnd Split (ready for tho Stove).
STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COAL
WHITE AND BLAOK SAND
At Lowest l'rii en, delivered to nny pari of
TttLBPI-ION B t i : 414
31 Queen Street.
Is prcrarod to furnish
4000 Tons Cane Fertilizer
To ordor for 1600.
In Quantities to Suit:
U W aa Lj tfBasiE3iSZak.
Ordors Bollctted for n fnturo do.
A. F. COOKE, iianugor.
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