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JANUAEY 7, 18.)7.
ii.iiiiiimmi i us ii'i ,wtfy w.iw.af.j.?'iytfwj;
OH THE BR1HY DEEP
ITIi.iiowrI irom Coluultn-Salima Mnrn
lu Port AiskIii-WII""" l"'1
Monowal leave at 8 tonlRlit, for Jan Fran
cisco.' Tho V It Wniomt liroutslit about flJfl torn)
of fteluht from tlic Const jeatcrday.
'Ilic learner Mauna I.oa x-v 111 leave at Ii)
tomorrow loienoon for Maul and Hawaii.
The Kaila leaves tomorrow at '.. Miunu
I.o.i nt M. Vt iilulealo ami Jamoi Malc t 4
Tin. AimIh a rt'nlc i las llllimcu lnmiin
smjar, nu I in i) set away for. tli Cit
Tho James Mukto lias been latinetiul from
tlie Murine II-.L Miy. SUo will leave !) to
morrow for Kapia.
Tomnr ' ''lirli tble laro 0:51 a m, IiIl'H
t'de sm ill U 0 p in; low tide large i . i mi
low lido suiill 0 Wain
One "I the biiU'l ami most i;ood mluml
men on the waterfiflnt thOfO d.i) 1 fort
Survejor sn.ii -iiie)ir.
The (icrinnn iTiilscr Irene, which l now at
llimskoiu, has bien ordered to proceed to
MatilU. the capital of lliu Philippine Manila
There re luenty-nliic vessels In porl
not lncludl. it Island craft) today. Two col
lier are In the stream, awaltliij; berths to dis
charge. A plce iffat towBUO Is icported by the
Knj;llli tuM.iulla, fmm London to has I'al
tna, lllli) mile. In ten da)s with n llj
teamer hi lo She towed a dUibled ship
back to London
The l.iw-pnol Journal of Conmiereo of
l)ocll.v, Til'' Selodon, l'oiiiull', Mnrnv
Chief, I.ulirl Aeiatne and Meteor appear to bo
no lum;cr Insurable, and It Is lean d that
lUese the vcsnd are all lost.
At the t jlimtii j of July, this jear. llirco
were lucuiiiseof ciiw ruction fur the mer
clinnl eilee the following ships or oxer lilt
tons reglnler: In I'.nisliiuil. 7l,i0 tutal tun
iiiL'i'i In i.ermuiy, IlityWO total tuiningo.
i:iKht-one ilHiiitiind tons of thou belli'?
built fn En.'Und were (lermun orders.
The S s l imwoi, Capt M Care from
8ldnev !i Aii.klainl and Apia, nrrtrnl In
port today. Hlio left Sjdnei on Die 21 at
4:.lo p m and arrlud at Auckland on Dec J5
at In p in Lett acMn nt 2:1.1 p in nir diy,
riMfliliiL, A pit at 4.io p m Dee So. A stay of
In hour was made at Apia, and lluiiululu
was rciielied as abote.
SlilpuulMiiu; l nnkllis rapid liro'res9 III
Japan At the Mltau ItUchl jard. Nnasakl,
which a (,'reatlj en!ari;ed a short Uihl
baek, thri lare steamers are now o I the
utooU. the carrying Lapnclty of which .
film. Inns S-.UU Hum mid 150toli rrspertltel).
1 he ,110 1 tn boat Is the 1 irj;'t ever built in
Japan up to tin' pri'i-tut time.
The shli Charmer atlU-it from M w York
fordnu t'ranelscii on Dec I It l bcll-tcil
she will Oe at Honolulu aaln btfii.e ie urn
In to the Atliutle. 1'rUato adlei' to the
foregoing enVct do not state whether the
veteran master of the Cturm-r, Cad Holmes,
cullies In the ship this trip or not !' miir
rhj;o Is announced In this paper.
The Japanese steamship Sakuia Mam,
Caplaln Ilrdy, 11 diys fiom Scat Ie, Wnali
Iii!oii, nrriKiliii port this inornliij;. She
left Sotlle on Dee J.I. Alter taklnc lu yon
ton ol vuil, hIiu will lciite for Japan, pro
bably tomorn.w. No freight was brought
lor heie. but a large amount of Hour and wire
nails for Japan Is In her hold. Her pjaeen
cerr fur tin' 'Lnmlof Mm UlsltisSun" am JJ
Japanese, II" Iilnice and U Europe-iiu
A uew gambling game has appeared oc the
waterfront. I'ne banker has a small bnird
with numbers on it, 1, 2. :l, 4, fl, anuft, which
sorrerpinid to luu numbers on the dive. A
platci puts a lit u or ten cent nlrcu. or nny
amounts be likes, on a number. Tin. banker
then snukes the dice In a little box. If the
sl-sp.il side of a dice turns up the banker
-roters the amount placed by a p'ajer on
number 0 on the board, and if two sK spot
turn up tbo banker rIvcj tho idsyi r double
the amount, ami ao on. Should n plajer put
bl coin on J a biird nuinher, anil a corres
ponding number on any ot the dice fall to
turn up, tho banker pjekets the colli. A
small crowd of natives and Portuguese wore
iiiiltihiiDi; lu thouamoon onuortho wharves
Wednesday, Jan (I.
Stmr Ktiu.il, Ilrulin, from Kauai ports.
Tuuiistuv, Jau 7.
Stmr Kuala, Thompson, from porta on
Btmr tValulcale, flresory, fiom Kauai.
Jap 3 3 dakur Ma'ra, Urady, from Seat
tle. 0 6 8 Monowal, Carey, fiom the Colo
Wednesday, Jan. C.
J A Cummins, Scarle, for Oahu
Tiiunsiur, Jan. 7.
3 Tcnshlu Maru, Andersen, for
8 8 Monowal, Caroy,
lor tho 8an Fran-
VK33CL8 LKWING T0M0K110W.
" Stmr Mauna I.oi, Slmcrson, for Maul and
8tinr James Makic. 1'elerson, for Nawlll
will, ilanainauliiaud Kap.ia,
Stmr Kaala, Thompson, for Oahu
Stmr WuUlunlc, Oreu-iry, for Kllauoa, Ka
llhlwal and llauaU-t
Jap H 3 .'iikii'a Maru, Hnuly, for Japan.
PA8aENaER8 ' AllRIVED.
From Kauai inula, per stmr Walaleale, Jau
7-Mi Louis TiitilM.uit and 2 deck passeii
Tcra. From Kauai jxitts, per atrar Kauai, Jan H
Mrs It 3 lloblnwin, Mlf K (lay, Chillies
(jay, MU Annln tsiaikstcad, Mls Amelia
Illackstead, Mr John Rapozo, 1) I'rlu'le.Mrs
J Brandt, J J Neuromh and Irt on deck.
From tli"il!il'nU!. per 8 3 Monowal, Jau
7 Ft Honolulu: Mrs It A Jordan and 4
children. J M Aandr, Ml KliiL"lcy. Mica
B Elllntl, 11 Ciia Ulon. . las Kriu, l)r Daniel
Mcleu.ian, wife ind U Id, MriJ KSumuer,
Mr J Keller, Th a till llnif. For San Fran
Cisco: Mrs H M lfXomlor,,Capt Cha Ne -ton,
Mr Julian MlUhell. Mr and Mr A
Paclu, ,MriilMr J ALlbhe, Mr and Mts
li awe Mr and Mrs Fd Cl ivton, Harry Conur,
. Mls.s Doiu Mllclirl., I, lll'ook, 0 II lMmer,
(I W vlulUliru. Jun MuiCHhy, Mr mid Mrs
Uy Varlej.Earl II Dacett. Totnalln, U A
Urluham, V Vert, M llanlwltx, WalllcTrcb
Mil. Md'lle Vaudour, Mrs I'll rcc, Mrs Moe,
Mr English, lr lloodwiu, Hlack, Sinclair. M
(llnnltv, Miss Nellie Duller, Miss "'"IJInc
McCann, Mlsa Israel, t'astor VV bite. 1J
Holmes, B O Ulalkwoll. wife and Infant, D A
Williamson, Mra K Franklyn, and 5 children,
Miss 1 M Cool, Chaa Bradbury, Uobt Cross
land, T W Martlu, Mr and Mra 1 Vlck and 2
children, Mist BlnRlctou, Mrs E Backman
and 3 children, Miss Cassidr. A Jones, O
Barrus, A Atkinson, Louisa Giles, a Uul;
chines, Jno Bearle, J Dlcksoo, M Miller, Mrs
K A Matthews, Larscn, Mrs and Miss Isccley.
Jno limes, Jas Haikcsa.
For San Francisco, per 8 8 Monowal, Jan
7 J C Flandirs, Jas Burt, A Haas, II F
Kendall, V W llartly.
CARGOES ritOM ISLAND TORTS.
Vr stmr Walaleale--!! lo3 bags sugar, 43
bills hides, is iiKgs sundries.
Fa Hnr Kauai ILV.ID bags ansr.tr. 70 baga
rhu. 17 lulls hlilis. .!( pKgs auiiililes.
Ex stmr Kaala S1ID bags aiigar, 1.3 pakgs
Al'VATKU- In this cltj Jaimarj r.th, Ib'J",
to tho wife of W. O. Atwuter, ft son.
South Africa inauioutu- liwe
bceu cms hod by tho liutioh.
i'ho U. B wftrships JJonaiagton
nnil Mnrion are Htirvoying on th
Ccii i ml Aiuericnu count.
Paul Dimmer, formorly iMm
iBtei l Finance of France, is tho
utiw governor of Indo Cliina.
Umlaut nudSarcouf,two Frenclri
noronautB, are the latest to pro
ject a tiip to tho North Toiis iu u
Fifteon Texas sharpqhooters
v"o killed to n innn in Culm
wltilo poppiug at a suporior lorce
General John Meredith Head, a
noted diplomatist, died at Phila
delphia on Dec. 27, in the 70th
year of his ri(-o.
A Calcutta dispatch to the
Tiiw3 nays tho lonylost birth
place of XJuddha has bceu dis
envou'd in Nepai-Terui.
The men who a ere caught on
tho bfhooner Three Friends in
Cuba c.ie being dealt with as
pim'cs instead of filibusters.
Ex - Queen Liliuokuluni una
treated to a sleigh ride iu Uostou
by Mrs. Goorgo AV. Armstiong
on Sunday before New Year's.
Dr. Ilizal, who organized the
robellion iu tho Philippine Isl
anils, was ordored shot by a court
martial, llebol victories continue
to be reported.
Uuited Confederate Votorans
are talking up n memorial edifice.
Comrade Charles 11. Rouss of
New York pledges 810,000 as soon
as the association raises an equal
NuuNeii'n Ciirlmii Iilscotrry.
Tho return of Nauson from tho
Arctic and- his great achieve
ments aro still the wonder of tho
sciontifio world. Nansen's theory
of tho movement of the ico paok
and tho experience of tho 1 ram
havo been a rovolation to tho
Arctio experts. "When the ex
pedition started out it was con
sidered a foolhardy venture, but
it now seems Nansen was right.
Amoug tho many thingB found to
confirm his theory of tho move
ment toward tho polo was a
wooden box, which was picked up
uoar tho farthest point reached.
This box was oponed and to tho
dolight of tho entire expedition
was found to contain two dozen
bottlps of Rainier Beer. It was
found to be cool, sparkling and
refreshing. It is likely Nansen's
testimonial to the superior quali
ties and tasto of Rainier Boor
may bo added to the many al
ready given by prominent meu of
the Northwest. On tap or in
hollies nt tho Criterion. ?
Try tho Vacuum Oils? They
wear better than any lubricants
yet lntroducd into this market.
Pacific Hardware Co., agents.
Real Estate Broker.
SOB Morollant Street. ,
FOR SALE and TO LET.
Doub on School street; parlor, several
bedroom, kitchen, pintry, outhouses mid
HtaliJe formerly occupied uy nou. w.lt
Ilousa on HoImjIIo lane, I'.i'uma. 3 toil
roomi. dining roniu, kitchen, Imihrooin,
cuiTlae bourn) nl Btubiu, lire yitiil.
Ilouiio on YwuriK s'rtetj (mrlor, 2 bed
ruuius, kitchen, pnutry, patent closet, eto.
Lot opposito Luniililu Home) henltliy and
V urnlshfcd ltojm; Property iu all parts
oi tne my.
Editor Bulletin: Xu your is-sue-of
today you raako some state
ments ou tho above, which to say
tho least aro not truet Many of
tho roaidonts, including myself,
woro particular in oxamining tho
ditch at its critical .points during
tho hoaviost downpours, and thoy,
without exception, will tell you
that tho capacity of tho ditch wus
never taxed, and will moreovor
positively assort that it nowhere
overflowed, there boiug not more
than eight or nino inches in it
(little more than tho rain which
fell in it) during tho height of tho
storm. As regards tho utility of
the ditchjto uso your words: "Wero
it not forthoexistencoof tho ditch
thero would have been some grie
vous washing out of tho oarth
with which property owners had
on acquiring their lots at much
expense filled up the ancient
gulches," I think any-sane mau
will admit that if this is tho case,
similar guiolics would bo made ou
the mauka sido of the ditch as it
now slauds before tho water could
into it. Now the ditch is
, undid on the uvmka Ride by a
public road (or what is intended
for ouo) tho road has a natural
stone foundation, consequently it
is not gouged into gulches, and
tho water does not go into tho
ditch but tho concentrated wash
ing from tho upper slopes flow
down the middlo of tho road until
it finds a convenient crowning and
with fiondish delight forms tho
gulches eulogized so much by
you. This is not sat ire, Mr. Editor,
mid it has the recommendation of
being true. Though in no way
connected with tho noighborly
friction nlluded to, I have the
ujwat cautio for o ituplaiut, tho
storm having served mo tho worst
owing to tho abovo causo.
Ouo important thing tho storm
did, was to provo that, if tho sur
face drain which commonces at Ma
gazine street and crosses into tho
ditch (covered by the plank cross
ing, a criticism of which formed
tho pith of my previous letter)
were continued along tho mauka
side of Prospect street to ne.irKa
pi.iluui street ami tunnt'o to tho
ii '-, neither lLo u i w.l nor
private lots below would be dam
aged by tho heaviest rainB. Hop
ing you will find space for this.
Yours for right,
P. S. My remarks have refor
uuvc to t Li lit portion of tint ditch
immediately bounded by Prospect
strootj as nlso any provious re
marks by mo. G. S.
At WAIKIK1 od enr line and on PA-
LAMA KOA1) near Fertilizing
These Lots aro Very Cheap and Sold
on Easy Terms.
Desirable Acre Tracts near the city and
other Properties for sole.
BUUOE, WAKING & CO.,
Dealers in Lots and Lands,
312 Fort Stroot, near Kind.
TmiEPnoNE 607. P. O. Box 821.
W. C . ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
I3T Wo will Buy or Sell Kenl Ealnto iu
nil pnrtu of tbo group.
fitT Wo will Bell I'lorieitlen on Iteason
OFFICE, 10 West King Street
1 Houso nu K iinu streit.
1 Houro on Mmnu street.
1-2 Story Oottigo on K. it street
2 Pottoges on Fort street.
1 Fuiuislred IloUhO, Kiumu
G. E BOARDMAN.
4.77-tf . Agent.
For Sale or To Let.
Three Houses near l'unahou Coll-pe,
oontaiuluR from reven to nino rooms, bath
room, hulls, cloBc(8, eto. Now, modern
and convenient, flood view, healthy loca
lity. Apply to
J. A. BUTTEHFIELD,
J. A. BUTTERFIELD,
Contractor & Builder
Eatlmatoa Riven. Itopnirs and altera
tions mado. Work (riven prompt attention.
EtT Telephone 831. 434-3m
Lewks '$i Co
Families will find it to their
interest to buy canned goods
or bottled delicacies by tho
case. Thoy keep a8 well in tho
pantry as on our fibclves and
tho purchaser gets tho bonefit
of tho wholcEulo rato. The
saving is considerable and our
prices aro as low, if not lower
than any place in Honolulu.
There's no question about tho
quality. Think it over and let
this be ono of your 1897
Among tlio many relishes
for uso on the tnblo evory day
and for hot or culd incuts Chut
nev ranks first. It is essentially
East Indian and tho iluvor of
tho 8 i' f 'jives z(.st to tho
appctitr S Miie of tho brands
aro fm n f viiulus evolved in
tho brains nf Englisli army
officers li have campaigned
in India. The aptitude of tho
English t ii tton on to good
things fur the table is prover
bial and the ''designing" of
Chutney bus not weakened
their reputation in this respect.
Wo havo seven different
brands of Cocoa: Gheradolli's;
Phillips Digestible; Van Iiou
tens; Eops Homeopathic; Wal
ter Bakers Breakfast; Cracked
in bulk and G coa Shell in bulk.
Pcraoi.s finding Chocolate too
heavy for thorn experience only
pleasant results from tho uso
of cocoa. We aro certain of tho
quality of the goods and do not
hesitate to recommend them.
We beliovo wo cirry the lar
gest stock of groceries in Ho
nolulu and our facilities for
supplying customers is unsur
passed. Lewjs & Co.,
, , . , For Everybody:
Tho only cmuploto Hue of
Iu the Ilai.dd.
A few of
Kingsbury Pianos !
of urt tu
CHICAGO COTTAGE OUaAMS, Un
equalcil iu toue, beauty iiuil con
siruciloiif. KEGINA MUSIC nOXES.tli Klnjr
of all, pluya over out) tiiouauml
AUTOHAItIM, everybody's Inotru.
tiiunt, u uhlld nu u pluy It.
GUITAKS, we curry the celebrated
lliir F. Mttbou, Hu'uood at.d
other mabc'', irotn $ up.
BANJOS, Stewarr, Fairbanks &
Cole ami oilier wullknovwi
ACCOltDEONS, the i-elebrated "lm
puriul" and otber good lines.
tST Ami a IliouBauil and one other
smaller Instrument!- too numeroua to
Our c lobrfttr-'l Wall, NIoIioIh Co.
"61 ak" llmud of
GUITAR, VIOLIN and
Are the beHt raa'lo. Te no other.
For all instruments.
a'oclt Is tlia most varied to bo
this utile of 'Frisco, ant the
the same as you puy lu the
All Instruments sold on easy mouth
WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
The money eavem fot i ou
Bteamers of the abovo Lino running In connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY r
Botoeen Vouconver, B. O., nnd Sydney, N. S. W and calling at Victoria, B. a .
Honolulu and Suva (1'iji),
uA-KES pXJB .T HOaSTOXiTTXjTT
On or about the dates below stated, viz.: "
From 8s dnejr nrt Sllrn, for Victoria and
Vancouver. It. O.I
8tiur "WABMMOO" January 2t 1
Btmr "MIOWliltA" Februar
Stmr "WABKIMOO" March 24
Sttur "MIOWEKA" April 24
TlirotiRli TCiclccts IhhuciI from Honolulu to Canada,
UtiiU-d StutcH niul Hurupo.
FHEiaitT AND rABSESQElt AOfitlTS:
D. MaNicoiiii, Montreal, Caundu,
ltouEHT Kr.iiu, Winuipes, Cuouda.
M. M. SinnBnn Fruuciico, Cal.
G. Mo1j.''1i!own, Vniiconvor, 15. O.
Oceanic SteaisliiD k
Aiistfaliaii Mail Service.
For S?.n Francisco:
Tho New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of tho Oceanic Htcnru?hip Company will
bo duo nt Honolnlu from Sydney nnd
Auckland ou or ubout
Fob. 4-., 1807.
And will leavo for the above port with
Mails and Passengcra on or about that
For Sydney f;iitl nickiaiul:
The New nnd Fine Al Btee Steamship
" Mariposa "
Of tho Oeoanio Steamship Company will
bo duo tit Honolulu from Son Francisco
on or about
Jan. d-, 1897.
And will have prompt despatch with
MnilH and 1'oBsennerH for tho abovo porta.
The underfiiirnod nro now propared
Throiisjh TlcUots to All L'oints
iu tho Vnitod Stutcs.
jyFor further particulars regarding
Freight or Possoko apply to
Wfil. G. 1SWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. P.
Jan. 6, 1897...
Fob. 2, 1897..
for S. F.
..Jan. 14, 181)7
.Feb. 11, 1S97
From San Francisco
Mariposa, Jau 14, '07
Monowni, Fob 11, '07
From Sydney for
Alamoda, Feb 4, '07
Mripos.i, Mj4, '07
Dr. W. L. Moore
Special attention given to diseases of the
eye and car.
Wahmuenuo Ave. noar Court Houto. i63-tf
DR. C. K PETERSON
.... riKMOVKD TO
OQloo Honrsi 8 to 10 a. in.
7 to 8 p. m. Telephone 7.12.
i - to 4 uud
DR. BERT. F. BURGESS,
JPhysioi an and Surgeon
Houn: 8:30 to 10 a. in., 1:30 to
4 p.m.. and 7 to 8 p.m. . . .
446 Punchbowl etreet or 143 Miller street,
Honolulu, Oauu. 400-tf
A. C. WALL, D. D. S
Hotel Street. Arlington OottuRO.
Oceanic Stewiip Co.
From Victoria anil Vancnnvrr, It. C, to
Hum and SjiIiihvi
Stmr "MIOWEHA" .....January 10?
Btmr "WA11IUMOO" February 10
8tmr"M10WEltA March 16 .
Btmr"WAltKIMOO'' Atnl 16'
iSr For Freight mid Pnssojro nad all "
General Information, apply to
THF:0. H. DAV1ES & CO,. L'd
Atronts for thollmwiiiimTnlnrid-
o. L. wiarrr, Trr.
Capt. J. A. K.S
H. n nosi
Will leave Honolulu at 10 a. m., tonching at
Lahainn, Mnalarii Hay and Mnkena the
sumo (by; Mahukuim. Knwnihaunnd Lan-
Eahoehoc tho following day, arriving at
ilo tho sarao oveuing.
LEAVim notioi ci.n. I
Tumday Jau. 12 (.Friday Jim. 8
Trlday Jim. 22 'J ue(ifly....jHU. 10
Tuesday Feb 2 Friday. .Tun 21)
Tuemlay Fob. 12 Tuesday Ffb. 9
Iteturning, will leave Hilo nt 1 o'clock
p. M., touching nt Iifiipahoehof, hu
konn and Kawalhno , c ditji .Makenn,
Moalncn Hay and Lnhwliiu the following
days nrrhiiif; at Honolulu tho afternoons
of lucbdny mid Ftinayi..
Wilt cull at Fohoiltl, Pnun.
No Freight rill be received after
12 noon on day of Miilni)j.
' "" ?'"" ""n?,u u, ueouoy nt Oi-.m.,.
tonching at Knhului, llima, Ilamonand
Aipnmuu, Maul. I'rtnruing arriws ut
Ilnnoluhi Ouuday morriHigs.
Will call at luu, Kulipo, on second trip
of each month.
P"No Freight will bo received after -r.
i. on day of sailing.
Thin Company will reserves the right to -make
changes iu tho time of departure and
arrival of its stoauio)o without notice and
it will not be runponiblo for any conse
quences arising therefrom.
ConaignHes must be at tho Landings to
receive their Freight; this Company will
not hold itsolf respontiMo for freight after
it has been lauded.
Live Stock only at owner's rink.
This Conipnuy will uol bo itbpousible
for Money or Valuables of passengers
unless placed in tho caro of Puiseitu
Passengers uie rcipicbted to purchase
tickets lx-foru embarking. ThO'e fulling to
do so will bo subject to an additional -charge
of twenty live per cent.
In Blockb to sujt pur
cliuscra. Will dolivor
after January 2, 1897.
Ka9" Inquire of
The Hawaiian Safo Doposit &
OH Kurt Btrret . . Ilonolola
IIAVINO USTADUailEI) A MODERN
plant for hulling, p)inliliig ami ansoitlug
cofffe, we aro jireprd to buy and . lean
coffee iu the paichtueut.
MODERATE CHARGE MADE FOR CLEANING
tJSf Apply to
H. HACKFELD & CI.
Situated on Beautiful Hillside Overlook
ing tho Ocean, and 1300 feet
abovo Sea Level.
Only 24 houn.' Bail from Honolulu.
Climate mild, dour dry atmoaphere, free
from foga and malaria, especial provision
for quiet and rst ns well ba for amuse
ment and outdoor life. Itatea 92 per day
or $ 10 per week. Medical attend mce extra,
DIl. H. 4. UNDLEY, Prop.,
Wfi" 'jK2T.akkjkiE &irk.ta. .A&