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Hditii: ,ii a in. m: mmi:s ri:ut:i t'l
AliirrUiiii llurlt Jlnrlliu ltl In I'orl
Mrnmrr Kliinit Ltnrrn M Nnon
Tlio U 8 8 Adatnn and Alert are taking In
The Klnmi will lcac at noon tomorrow on
her rrtfultir icmtu.
Tocoillla Silled, November 13, Ilwaltin
v.-limintr Honolulu, for lUuiolnlii.
The steamer Claudlne It lying at Borcnuon'g
wliAri. Her uolloiii are liclug overhauled.
Tlie choonor Mary Dodec arrived at San
Francleo on Novunbcr if. Ifi'i tlaj s from
Tlio Maunn l.oa U tlUctiArglii!; general
freight (or T .1 King and the Inter-lidiuid 8 N
Coat Hrewcr'a wharf.
Tomorrow, high tUIe luruo U;i:iam; high
tide umall 1 1 37 p in; low tide larc 4.1$ p in;
low tide small :i:ll) a m
The bark Mai t ha Davit from San L'runcNro
arrlud tblt inu'iiliu, Ill dnjs out. Light
wind and vmUblu uathcr were experienced.
A full eaigo of general uicrcliaudleu uaa
brought iiu-lmluii; iimehlni'ry for Kwn phinta
ti Tt appear from (lie returns compiled by
Lloyd n KeuiMcr of Mdpplug that, excluding
war Miipt. tii lewi r man ;. vecein, oi u,
(lll toil' urox, re under construction oil
Peplember :!n lost. Tina, howeer, fi7,(H).l
tona less than at the corresponding date last i
The llrltlsli ship Hlalimoui that eapl.ed In
the bay eeral tnonlht ago and drowned ft of
her crew, lncil t Oakland creek today
and put fat on a mud Dank, there shcuill
niiialn until the cilUVreuccahctueeiiJIier own
er" unit 'In' In-iuin c '.iimpiulesnreuiljusted.
S K Evnminer.
Vidlijo. No SU.-Work on Mure Island It
bouuiliiK In nil di pariment!. 'I he I'etrU h.is
been thorough!) ovc-t li.itil. il. She Is u i rally
iuiiioid miiU ill be a model of her vun
when she jiilii Hi'1 A-latic squadron. 8lie
will go Into commission win u the Adums re
turns from Honolulu, nt Ine crew of the hit
tir utrel l to be tiniuterrcd to 'he l'eticl.
8 K Examiner.
The lliiilsli xlilp California, the last of the
ailing II. el of the lute -Mar Steamship Co,
watsold by eiietl.m ui Liverpool jesterdiy
for X;lT,.V)ii. A fi ear ngn the White Slar
utt lied Jiid innn.i d p Idg lleet of s.illlll.: ves
sels, but hen eainslilps came Into ilemaud
the White Mnr Compi'iy began building
hteameis and disponing of their sailing vt
si l. I he CjiIIhiciI.i, the most modern of
their fleet, was the bit lo go, and she una
o1d at a price client '." per cent less than
what it cost to hiitid her n few jcais ago.
Tlies e.Miier C'itv 'f 1'el.Ing arrived from
Hongkniii; Imlnj nfler calling at Ainoy,
Shanghai, Nagii'iinl, Kobe, YoUoiiania and
Honolulu. Sin- lirnii.ht only a few passengers
in her ealilns and .i nuM! toad of freight, iler
oIMccih sa that llu- ( h uese hae displayed
considerable uitiMI) in llu ir liav) ill the lust
tnu or tliiei' iiionili and that measures ale
being taken to grtatly iueiease the naval
stiength of tin cnti'ilry. A few (lns before
theCIt ot Peking Utt Hongkong, the Chin
cic naval ollleials had signed a contract with
the Armstrong Uilphulldlng Company of his
nleh, Engluiiil, tin the construction of two
auuorcd and liigli-elas eiubera. While the
steamer was nt Yokohama CaptHtn r.ldiler
bjdke, win- slaitid from that port nb. nit
three months before to sail to Ban Kranelseo
by uny if Hie A culi.iu Mauds, n turned, hav
ing ghen up the voagc Me got only as far at
Hakodate, In tin- nonln in end of thej.ipancse
kingdom. uft r an exciting oyage, and was
all out wickul seviial timet. lucre lie
n.iiled bi eiul hli 1, jr lulr Heather to con
Untie the trip, but tlie storms continued, and
In dcspali lie iiturnid.-s F Kxauiiiier
Tiii'K8ii.y, Dee. 10.
Stmr Kuala, Thompson, from porta on
cichr Moi Wnhlne, from Hawaii.
Kiuiitr, Dec. 11.
Stmr James Makte, 1'eteisoii, from Knunl
Am bk Martha Davis, Souk, from San
S 8 Australia, Ilotullettc, from Sail Prau
KltHUV, Dec. 11.
Stmr James Makee, l'otcraon, for Kapaa,
Ktmr Kcnuhou, Gregory, for Kilauea nnd
Stmr J A Ciiiuinlus, Scarle, for Oahu
VESSELS LEAYINQ TOMOltllOW.
Stmr Kiuaii, Clmke, for M.ml and Ha
waii. 0A11OOES ntOJI ISLAND rOUTS.
Ex i,tmr Kuala I JOll hairs sugar. OJO l',.igi
pnlilj. It' liaus ihe, O'l bagt lit .ill, CM bags
tarn and II bugs hones.
Ex stmr Jutnin Mukeu- Hi'.' I hags paddy, 10
h)gi!ce i. lid ill pkgs uml
KOHKION VKSSKLP EXI'EOTEI).
Vefselt v here troin Duo
l!'gle YiiKi.lnitna Dee Ift
M'nrrlmuo Victoria Dec 111
Almuuli S F Dec 17
Doric tt F Dec 17
Mlowera Sjdnuy Dec 5
Oliluu s V Dec an
Jap 8 S '1 -11-11111 V.i 'il,.. Yokohama. ..Dec So
Am Bchr Alolm. . ,...bF Due
Oer bk .1 I' I. lade l.itcrpnol,...X'iuinl-i'i HI)
Am bl; Alii) Tur.iei New Yoil....Jnn 20
)r bk I'ou enbeek Llverpuol
AmblcC'ili Kuiekii Due
Am liktn Kllkitat, I't (iambic Duu
Ambktn Mii'lbla, I't lllakely, Due
Ilrslilp SwunhlUla, Newcastle, Jan It)
Bchr Llzie Vnnco, Sjduey, Dec HO
Jlaw schr llonoltiltil Tocopllla, Due
Two editors of Arnbio co'mic
papers in Cuiio have boou bou
toucetl to oigbteen montlis' impri
fionmeut and ti lino for libeling
Queen Yiotoim and publishing
qiossly induccut caricnturos of
l rtiiIimfHfTiWllwii imlmmm
M;VI!MV Jffl.MO.V IIOM.AItH.
Il'i liretl Inert'iiae In I lie llrllltli
Tho oftioiul Bonnl oi Tnulo re
turns for tbo aiao months ot tho
present your undine Soptombor
show tho enormous ndvnnco over
last year's ligures for tho samo
poriod of, in round figuros, Xll,
000,000 storliug. Theso figures,
which in themsolvos nro boiiio
thing to bo proud of, arorondored
all tho more striking when it is
romoinbered that tho yoar with
which tlu-y are couipurod had bo
guu to sliow improveniont upon
tho immediately preceding years
of 189-i and 1803. They are, per
haps, tho vory best contradiction
to the oft-repeated assertion that
British trade abroad is giving
way to outsido competition.
It would not bo surprising, ns a
matter of fact, if it wore. Wo do
uot expect to consume tho wholo
lunrk.'ts of the world, or to bo in
vincible to the growing press of
competition from tho four corners
of tho earth, which marks modem
comnioice. Germany, we aro told
and aro-quito ready to believe
is making enormous btridi b in her
foreign trudo; but sho is unablo to
show an advance in one year ap
proaching 1-1,000,000. If wo
lacked Gorman competition our
manufacturers would also lack en
terprise. Competition is tho best
stimulus to exertion, and this re
markable lecord shows that tho
exertions made by this country to
bo up to date in its commercial
markets have been appreciated by
foreign and colonial buyers.
Competition has also come,
especially in textile trades,
from Japan. Wo do not grudgo
Japan her progress. She Iiiih
bcon a good customer, and to tho
limit of hor requirements is so
still, and there is no doubt wo
shall conduct our counter-intor-ests
on a footing. But in spite of
this increasing competition, and
of South African, American and
Continental scares, the victorious
advance of our foreign trade has
not been interfered with. It is
not booming now as in tho first
few months of the year,-but tho
progress is steady. Not one of
tho least satisfactory features is
that the transshipment trado is
decreasing, and thut homo-manufactured
goods aro being exported
instead. It would appear that
tho markots that deal with us aro
still believers in tho quality of
our wares and tho general honesty
of our commercial practices.
Bnlidh Tnulo Review.
Jliirrli of llu- Amcrlenii Itllio.
L.u.d .ii, Nov 1-1 Tho Daily
Mail is pub'islnng a series of
iitliel s- p.. nitiiig out the serious
ehvits i i II. competition of Amo
l'iciitl inniii) biovnles with Hid
Enylinh undo in tho popular i
"win els." Must, of tho English
firms me expressing whnt tho
Mail terms "silly indiHoronco"
nt tno situation, iippurontly cin
sidoiing Aiiiii'ican "bikes" to be
bouoath contempt. Thoio may
be an awakening among tho Eng
lish mui ufacturorH, however, fur
tod-iy J. K. St.nloy, onooftho
foremost men iu tho cyclo trado,
nnd inventor of a well known type
of ''safety," in an inlorviow is
quoted in snying:
"In automatic machinery Ame
rica is immeasurably nhoad of us.
Ail tho host English milkers niv
now buving American machinery.
Our English tool makers and
machinists ought to bo iishumed
of thomselves vVhtlo wo hnvo
been niiily try ing to get addi
tional labor to meot tho ononnotis
demnud, tno Amoiicuns hnvo been
111 the purity and general ox
culleueo tf SJuAiiLE Dr.El; growi.
stronger every day. Evorytiody
endorses it because it is Pi'HE. If
you want a dolicious bevorage or
a wholesome tonic drink it. It's
nourishing, strengthening, health
fill, becnusB it's mado of tlio tlju-st
hops and malt and is aboolutoly
pure. On ttp or in bottles at the
The Pacific) Hard warn Co. will
ooon rcai.'o a splendid lot of holi
day goods in tho lino of etchings,
carbon prints and Prang's studies
for nrt and china paiutiug. Hold
your Christmas ordors for thorn.
If you don't expect to recoive
any Xma3 presents this year, buy
a picture of King Bros,, .address
it to yourself as coming from
your best friend, and havo it sent
homo as a surprise. Nochnigo
tor ud nco.
The timo for selecting
edibles for the Christmas sea
son is at hand and, without
enumerating especially, we
wish to say that our stock
comprises most of tho deli
cacies for tho table nt this or
any other timo. Our importa
tions nro from France and the
United States, the goods are
absolutely puro and fresh and
are not surpassed in character
and assortment by nny firm in
We receive goods by every
steamer and they include game,
fish and other articles not ob
tainable by consumers here
except in San Francisco. Our
agent in Sun Francisco seeks
the best goods in the best mar
kets, buying only from the
uintuifuctim rs, ngents and thus
saving one profit. Your ex
perience in buying from us
has taught you that tho
character of. our goods cannot
bo questioned and that our
prices aro satisfactory.
Our stock of Christmas
goods now i,s larger and better
than we have ov r shown be
fore. If you des'ro any spe
cial delicacies which may nr
rive on the steamer due before
Christmas you will be hot
served by leaving your orders
now everyone is anticipating
a rush perhaps you are.
Ifavo you handed in your
order for a Christmas tree for
the bttlo ones?
Lewis & Co.,
Fort Street, - - Honolulu
Trusting that you may be in
terested in cycling, wo take the
liberty of statinj; to you a few
facts about our wheels:
AVo nei'd not trouble you with
needless description of tho World
Famed "RAMBLER" Bicycle,
which by its easy running, ap
penrnncc1, strength and lasting
qualities has won for tho makers
a name world renowned.
Tho "RAMBLERS" aro equi
ped with tho great G.ifcJ. Detach
able Tire, which .since its intro
duction to Honolulu has proved,
by tho numbers iu use, tho most
successful and necessary adjust
ment to u bicjcle.
We take great pleasuro iu re
comnnding to our frieud the
"RAMBLE It" and trust that iu
furnishing one to any person they
will never havo occasion to regret.
Our terms aro such that a bicy
clo is uo longer a luxury but a
necessity in actual saving of timo
and money. We would ask you
to but call and get our figuros.
As h customary noaring tho
close of eai !i year, the makers in
order to get lvady for the ensuing
year, offer tho present 180U
u iiculs at ri'Uticiit prills. o are
now piepuied to give our cus
tomers tho benefit of theso reduc
tions as long as our stock holds
out. For those wishing an up to
dato wheol of the highest grade,
ono which wo can guaranteo to
tho fullest extent, we would offer
the "RAMBLER." As to im
provements for tho comiug season
wo would say wo anticipate none.
Such changes which may be nitido
will, as has been tho past two
years, bo changes immaterial to
tho improvement of tho wheel in
Kindly givo this somo thought
or call your frioiids'attention to it
E. 0. Hal! & Son
J -i Mil ED.
DECEMBER 11, 1800.
!?!" " " "'"" VT?!S!'JS.'" "Wy
Unlading Kitieli to
mail's nttlre U til a Rrarf
nml liowr they do
Duresuy you have
a drawer filled nt liotne
Tills makes us Homier
wlint liceoines of nil tlie ties
Hint arc sold and yet
we're sclllnir. When
you sec these lalest
creations you won't
wonder nt tlm selllnj;.
VieMni; was never easier.
I, LEYINGSTON, - - Manager.
Arbiters of Fashion.
9 Hotel Street : ; WJTCrlcy BlOCk
Most respectfully beg leave
to notify tho ladies and house
keepers of Honolulu that they
uo.av havo their stock of
Ready for inspection, nnd
to draw their attention to tho
extremely low prices. Goods
in every lino and of tho latest
Btvles will bo sold regardless
of cost, at tho
Von Holt Block;, Iing $ml
II. W. SCHMIDT & SONS,
You Holt Wool;, King Streit
No. 10 Store
Iugsl Rugs I Rugs!
Sofa Rugs ! Floor Rugs I
Tapestry and Carpets,
Crumb Cloths end Druggets.
Cy All Just Received at
12o FORT STREET,
next to Lucas' Mill
Drays, Carls and
Fnr PULLING UP Trcea
1 llouso on Kinati street.
1 House on Kinitu street.'
1-2 Story Oottngo on Fort street.
2 Cott.iges on Fort street. (
1 Furnished llouso, Emma
r.'7-lf ; Agent.
Skisraeni of tho nbovo Lino rutiuiiiir in connection with tlio
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Dotwcon Vancouver, 11. C, nml Sydney, N. ti. W., nnd calling at Victoria, I. O.
Honolulu nnd Snvn (Fiji),
iLEE xdtj-dej .A.T laronsroniiTTij'ur
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
From Syilncy H1 Sum, for Ylctorln nml I'rinn Vlctorln unit Vntiroiupr, II. O,, to
VRiH'iiiiiit. II. O.t Siiii hiiiI Siilnuyi
Stmr "MIOWEltA" December 20 ' Bttnr "WAltlUMOO" Df cf uibcr 16
Stmr "WAIUIIMOO" J.muarj 24 Stmr "MIOWEl.A" January 10
Stmr "MIO WtiKA" February 24 I Stmr "WAHKIMOO" February 10
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" March 2-1 1 Stmr "MIOWERA" Maroh 10
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada,
United States and Europe.
FUEIOnT AND rASSENQKH AOCNTH:
D. MoNiooll, Montrenl, Cnnndn.
KonEiiT Kcmi, Wiiiniia'K, Cnnndn.
M. M. 8TKnN, Hnn Frnucisco, C'nl.
O. MoL. Httow.N, Vwiconver, Ji. C.
kinm Mail M&
For San FraMfeoo:
The Now nnd Tiuo A Hfeel StcnniHliip
" Monowai "
Of tho Oceanic Htenmfliip Compiiny vill
ho duo nt Honolulu from 8yduoy and
Auckland on or nlout
And v.ill lenvo for tho nlwvo port with
AlnilH and PnssoncorH on or about thnt
For Sydney nnd Mick! and:
Tho Now aud Fino Al Stco Steamship
Of tho Oceanio StenmBUip Uompnny will
ho duo at Honolulu from Snn Francisco
ou or about
Dec. 17, 1896.
And will hnvo prompt despatch with
Mnila nnd 1'nsseiiKern for tho above ports.
Tho undersigned nro now prepared
Through Tickets to All L'oints
iu tho United States.
CSTFor further pnrticnlnrs regarding
Freight or Fnssngo npply to
Wlti. G. IRWI?J & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
for S. F.
,.Dec. 10, 1890
..Jim. 11, 1897
From San Francisco From Sydnoy for
for Sydney. . Ban Francisco.
Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Alamedn, Deo 17, '00 I Monowai, Jan 7, '07
Mariposa, Jmi 14, '07 Alameda, Feb 4, '97
Pioneer Building and
Assets July, 1S96, $ JOG, 646 .16
Money Lonued on Ajiprovcd Security,
A Savings ll.mk for .Monthly Deposits.
Housea Jiuilt ou tho Monthly IiiHtallmeut
Thirteenth Serios of Stock now ojer..
For fuithev purticiil.ii- apply lo
A. Y. GEAR, Seorotary.
ChnmlK'r of Commerce Kooiiih.
OlBeohourrt, 12:30 1.::0 I'.M. :t73-tf
BRUCE CART WRIGHT,
Geuoinl Mauagor of
The Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of Iho United Staton for the Hawaiian
Otrcsn Merchant street, Honolulu.
ATLAS -:-ASSURANCE-:- COMPANY
Assets, - - - $10,000,000.
H. W. Schmidt & Oons,
Aouts for tho Hawaiian Islnndn.
Subfnribo for tbo Evening Bul
letin, 75 conts pur iu nth.
jjjyyE Sww mtSff
C3T For Freight and Fubsiibo nnd nil
Genernl Information, npply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., I'd
Agents for the Hawaiian IfllniulB.
Wildei's Steamship Co's
C. h. WlOIi'i , I-iLs. S. 11. HOSE, Soo.
Oupt. J. A. KING, 1'ortSuiiU
Will leuvo Honolulu at 10 a. m., touclilng nt
Lahaiim, Jlaulnua Uny nnd M .Lena tho
satnoiljy; Mnhtikomi, Kawnihnoand Lau
pahoehoo tho following day, arriviug nt
Hilo the samo oveuing.
LEATKHHQWOI.Qin. ARBtVFa nONOLUtU.
Satunlny Dec. 12 I Friday ?Dco. 18
IneBday Dec. 22 TueBday Dec. 20
KetnruinB, will lenvo Hilo at 1 o'clock
r. m., touchinj' at Ltinpaluiehoo, Mnhn
kouij and Knwailmo s'iilo day; Miikono.
Manlnen Uny ami Lnhniua tho followinc
day; nrriviut: nt Honolulu tho iifteraoona
of I uesdny ami Fnilays.
Will call nt Fohoiki, 1'nna.
, fflSNo Freight will bo received nftor
12 noon on day of Bailiur;.
Will leavo Honolulu Tuesday at 5 p. m.j
touching nt Kahulul, Hi.na, Ilumonnnd
Kipahulu, Mnui. Ketmuing arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call nt Nuu, Kuupo, on second trip
of each month.
fiCr-No Freight will bo leeched nftor
P. m. on day of sailing.
This Company will resorves the right to
make changes in tho time of departure and
arrival of its steamers without notice aud
it will not bo responsible for nny conse
quences arising thorofrom.
Consignees must be at tho Landings to
recolvo their Freight; this Company will
not hold itself responsible for freight nftor
it has been landed.
Livo Stock only at owner's risk.
This Company will rot I responsible
for Money or Valuables oi ..iboOgors
unless placed iu the owe of Pursers.
Pnhengers ore requested to purchase
tlokets Indole embarking. Thoso foiling to
do so will bo subject to na ndditiona
charge of twonty-livo per cent.
For Sale f
For the nort lit) ilan I will oiTur for solo
my Cofleo Ehih-u iu Olaa, llawnii. This
Piopcrty consists of 200 Acr4s. nil suitnblo
to the raising of Coffee.
107 Acres are elcaied and plautcd.
105 Act cs to cofl'oe containing 83,000 trees.
frl Acn-s of which bting plautcd neaily a
r.' Acrts of which ia more recently planted.
2 Acres is planted to iawn, gordon nnd
Tho lluildings, I Dwelling House, Japa
nese Houso, Chicken limit. Com House,
Cow Stable and Pig Pens.
gj& Tho Property is sitnatod at 18
miles on Voloiuo road. A good road load
ing to tho place, title giod mid terms to unit.
100 Im Olaa, Hawaii.
IiQts If ear Eapi:Iaixi
Tlioio r.ie over looo lots for sale, .lo.vloo
feet, iiinuKu ol K:iiolanl P.uk, iidjolniiu; the
residence ol' Mc4is C llioun, II. J. Nolle,
Tliouias llolllii'ur uiul others.
Tlieiio Lots will he Mild cheaper than any
placo In Honolulu tlnce tbo reign of Kiiineha
Wati-r will lie laid on' as soon as buyers aio
ready to build.
I'lleen are langlii',' from JIoo.oo per Lot to
'Mils Is the best oppoituulty lo get a home.
Tor fuitlier particulars ai'j to '
W. O. .cflU:eO.,
Ileal Kutalu llr.Kcr..
Iloniilnlii, Nov. 35, l-j'.'O. 47.'-lm
Three Lota with Comfortable
nud Tasty Cottages tlioroon situ
ate on Mnkiki street, near Borota
nia, Honolulu. Tho yards aro
planted with Shrubs ond Orna
mental Trees. "Will bo sold to
gether or separately. Apply to
J. ALL'JJEl) MAOOOX. '
is i & ixe i ma.