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THE 8 8 PEIW ARRIVED
8. S. ZtAI.AMlIA lCItAYi:n
I.Bloat JInrliioNcn. rrotn llic I'on.t
.Nairn ul Iutcret Alone Hie
Tho B. P. Oheuoy may sail for
1'ugot Sound this uflomoon.
Tho bnrkontiuo Archor fitiishcd
discharging her enryo yustordny.
Tho U S S Adams went to tho
Maro Island navy yard on Jan. 1.
Thellawaiian bark Fooling Suoy
has arrived at Culluo from llong
Tho Samoa will sail for Now
York tomorrow if hor cargo is
Tho steamer Knala loft Puualuu
early this moruiug, but had not
arrived hero at noon.
Tho S F Esaminor of Jan..'
says: Thore are sixty veiwola now
in port waiting for cargoes.
Tho American stool ship May
Flint is to como to Honolulu soon
to load sugar for Now York.
There were uo islnnd steamers
in poit this forenoon, except tho
tug Eleu and the now Nounu
Tho Hawaiian bark lolanior
rivod at Now Yoik with a cargo of
sugar from Honolulu on Jan. 1.
The bark C D Bryant, Cnpt.
Jack Lea, may sail for tin GoIiln
Gato on Monday next with a full
Tho Peru is oxpectod to leave
for Japan and China at 10 to
night. Sho is receiving a supply
Tomorrow, high tide largo 2:1
a. in.; high tide mnnll 1:15 p. m.;
low tido largo 0:IiO p. m.; low tide
small 9:0 a. in.
A couple of bteam plows foa Li
lmo I'lantation will bo shipped to
Kauai next trip of the .steamer
Kauai. They at rived in tho J. U.
Captain McNeill said this
inouung that tho Imikenriuo S. G.
Vildor neeil.Ca '2100 sacks moro oi
sugar to complete hor cargo for
Tho schooner Alieo Cooko will
go on tho Marino lliilway tiEtnr
tho brigantino Lurliuo, and after
tho former tho schooner Honolu
lu may go on for a cleaning.
Tho German bark H llackfeld
arrived at San Francisco on Dec.
'M. Captniu Barbor reported that
ho was within 120 miles of Hono
lulu the lit st fourteen days out.
The llackfeld mailo tho voyago
from Honolulu in 111 da) j.
Sailed fiumSanFranoiaro, Deo.
Ill: Schooner Transit, bark S C
Allen for Honolulu. Jan. 1st:
B.irk Alden Besdio for Honolulu,
brig Consuolo for Mahukona.
Jan. 2ud: Ship Houry B Hydo
for Honolulu, schooner Viking for
Tho American four- masted
"schooner llobort Lewors, Good
man master, anchored in the
stream shortly boforo noon. She
was 53 dayB out from Newcastle,
N S W, with 1238 tons of coa..
The shipper is accompuuied by
his wife and threo children.
A Portnguoso driver, named
"Joe," for T. II. Davies and Co.,
had a pilo of Hour fnll on him
while loading his dray this morn
ing at Pacific Mail wharf. Dr.
Herbert was called, and tho man
was lomoved lntor to the hoipilal.
Though ho was hurt and badly
Bhakon up, on bones wro broken.
The J n G'ado will goto Kail
road ttl'i-if mi .-(n. iih a bi'ith is
peciiii'il ro Jifnaiiic 4'&lo liags of
nmmoniA for the K.litii Fertilize
Vor!:n. Ii f i.lort the ammonia,
she has 7110 tons of coal, 10,100 firo
bricks, fiOU bundlos of corrugated
iron, !10t) hales of hai nd sundry
otlmr p.tcki'gi'b remain iug iu her
The Au-tralitvn miils for dis
lintch by I lie tfauiship Z"alandia
nrrivod iu N.w l'urk by the steam
ship Aumnia Monday morning
and left New Yoik by tho fast
mail train tliunameday, duo to ar
rivo in Sun Fniuainco Friday at
8:45 p. in. Tho saili'ig of tho
BieamliipZ.aluiiiliii.si t for Thurs
day at 2 p. iu., Iiih been postponed
tn Friday tho 8th, at 10 p. in S
ThoS F (All of Jiiik 3 -nays:
The owiiern of tho Anuulonu ship
Henry B llydi aio disgusted with
tho outlook hero ami havo oidor
cd tho WHrtl home. She will tro
in baliasl from lime lo Honolulu
and willt'ioio I oiJ suuut for Now
ork. i'or several months the
HiU has been tied up at Miion
Itock, mid both tho captain and
ollicorp are glad to got a chance to
onco moro faco tho Horn.
Captain Errat of tho schooner
Volant has takon command of the
schoenor Anna, vico Capt Mc
Donald, who loft for Honolulu on
tho Australia to tako chargo of a
steam schooner. By this change
tho Volant will be loft without a
mastor, and tho chances aro that
Capt. Austin, tho populnr chief
ollicor of the Aldon Bossio mid
ouo of tho oldest officers iu tho
employ of tho Spreckol's, will get
tho position.- S F Call.
Admiral Beardsleo, in tho Hog
ship Philadelphia, after spending
a wiok nt Callao, Peru, has arriv
ed at alpanuso, Uliile, the lirst
visit of nu American Admiral at
that port since tho nttack on tho
Baltimore's men, which canio so
near leading to war. Tho bad feel
ing which grew out of that inci
dent has been wholly dissipated,
ami it is cxpcoteil that Admiral
Beaidsleo will receive distinguish
ed courtesies from tho Chilean au
thorities. Captain Borgman, on his vossul
Big Bouunsia, reached San Fran
cisco Dec. 29th with a cargo of
coal from Nuuuinio. Tho Big Bo
nanza is tho vessel that early in
tho year, whilo on a voyngo to
Sydney, boenmo becnlmed off (ho
St. John islands in tho South
Pacific ocean. The island, ao
cording to the stories told by tho
crow, aro populated principally
by women, a number of whom put
oiu iu cuiioua and climbing uboawl
tho vessel endeavored to induce
tho Captain and his ciow to be
come their husbands and locato on
About 1 o'clock this morning,
C-iptuin Whitnev saw tho licht of
n steamer from tho Pacific Moil
wharf twinkling off tho harbor.
Whistles for a foreign steamer off
poll wore blown at d:ii0 a. in., and
an hour or two later people on the
wl rfi out know for sure it wan
tho P M SS Pom by several
blasts from tho whistlo. Between
(5 and 7 o'clock tho linor entered
tho harbor. Tho Peru left San
x. iiincioco on Jan. 7 at 2:19 p. in.
with mail and passengers for this
port and tho Orient. Moderate
northerly winds with heavy N. W.
swell was experienced throughout
tho voyage. The passogo was (!
ilnjb, 10 liours and 2G minutes.
From San Francisco, per P M
S S Peiu, Jan. 7.- For this port:
Mr and Mrs N L Smith, Mr ami
Mrj David Itice, G S Hammond,
1) Knii'jd. rs, Y Nak'imichi. For
Yokohama: Rev V D Lnchour.
Foi K'li. : A J McGlow. For
Shanghai: Miss EvnBruunor.
Till'usiuv, Jnn. 14.
Am At.hr Itoliert Letters, Goodman, Irom
I" M 8 S 1'cru, Erlelc, from San Francisco
ItOllill )!' rlUHlATIOV.
I'rorpi tlliiSM hi tlio .llo'tln;; Iluld
At the meeting of tho Board of
Edncution yesterday it was do
cided to allow tho number of
pupils at tho Practiso bcIiooI to
be increared to 80.
In the matter of tho proposed
now sito for tho Kaunakakai
fcchonl, Molokii, il was voted to
make tlin projioscd change and
eell tiin prohi-nl teacher's cottago
for !?')0, Mr Mcyeru lo soloot tho
new site and attend to tho ro
Deputy Iuppoctor Gonoral Scott
ma le a report aud reeommenda
tion on tho over crowded condi
tion of the Chineso school and he
was instructed to miiko tho rofoi ms
Mrs. KiiuhauH was trnnsfcried
to tho Komaoa school at the im.tie
Hiiluiy und Mrs. 0. F. Truo ap
pointed lo tho position previously
held by hor ut Waiohimi.
Inspector- General Townsend
rrp-irted that Mis. Furneaux de
clined Mm school at Ohm; also
that Miss Elvira llichnrdsou
could not tako tho position in the
Hilo select school on account of
ill health. His action in asking
Mr. Sturgeon to nun. tin at tho
hitler place until further orders
Minister Cooper having to
ran', th" t.vichPiB1 coininitlee
went into feehion.
AiMiiHii, sur.iiui.iT nr.it..
Itisl.oiii: Ilentril llc(nclu-J 1 10111 Ho
nolulu lor Aiiiii-xnllon Nj nunllilei.
Washington, January 1. Roar
Admiral Joseph S. Skorrott, U. S.
N., rotirod, diod at his rcsidoncc
iu this city at midnight last night.
Admiral Skorrott retired volun
tarily July i), 1891, whilo iu com
mand ot tho Asiatic station. Ho
was for a number of years iu
chargo of tho Naval Homo in
Philadelphia, and sinco his ru
tiremont has residod iu Washing
ton. Admiral Skorrott had n long
and honorable career in tho ser
vico of his country. Ho was a
nativo of Ohio. Ho entered tho
n my n-- midshipman in October,
.-18, passed through the various
grades, became, a lieutenant in
1855, a lioutonant commander in
1802 and was stationed nt the
Washington Navy yard the fol
lowing year, after which ho served
creditably during tho civil war on
the ibheiitindcoh and tho gunboat
Ho commnudod tho gunboat
Aroostook fiom 1801 to 18(55 nnd
was actively ongogod with tho
Confederato fortifications at tho
mouth of tho lirnzos rivor, Texas,
in Juno, 1803. Subsequently ho
spont threo years survoying iu tho
Pacific ocenn, had command of nu
expedition to Panama nnd another
to Apia, Sunoa, to sottlo local
tronblos villi tho United States
Consul. Ho was Governor for
two years of tho Naval Asylum ot
Philadelphia; later, he was in
command of tho naval foices on
the Pacific station and was in Ho
nolulu during tho exciting limes
following tho involution.
It is said that because of his
suspected sympathy with tho an
nexation parly ho was suinniaiilv
detached from tho command of
the station and transferred to the
Asiatic station, whero ho tendered
valuublo services iu connection
with tho troubles in Corea, lead
in.; up to the Chineso Japaneso
war. Whilo on the Asiatic station
ho reached tho retiring ago aud
of tho caruo
of tho J. C. Glado was for us
and the vessol should havo been
hero before Christmas. Wo ex
pected tho floods for tho holi
days and tliey tudcd to arrive.
What's tho result? A big lot
ot noous wmen stiouici nave
been sold. Wo lose tho profit
rather than enrry them over
WHITE SEMI -PORCE
LAIN WARE, in new shapes.
DINNER WARE, in sets
CUPS and SAUCERS,
Go to you at a third off
what you would pay if the sale
was regular. Tho head winds
which kept tho vessol from
reaching Honolulu weeks be
fore sho did, wero ill winds to
us and Uivoraulo ones to you.
TUM SLEHS and G I ,AUS
WARE. Aro yours for tho asking
and a minimum of coin to bind
tho bargain. This is not a
olearanco sale but one to en
iiblu us to mako room for tho
goods yet to arrive.
C. B. DWIGHT
Tftlics contractu for a IcIikIh of STONE
WOHK, mumiiDout woik, cement uud
stone Eiilownllia nnd curbing. I have on
baud the best Hawaiian Btone, Chinese
ci.mite, cto. Fino ntouo for munnnicntnl
lvork. EstimatoH Kiven aud lowest juices
assured. Telephone S33.
Families will find it to their
interest to buy canned goods
or bottled delicacies by the
case. They keep ns well in tho
pantry ns on our shelves and
tho purchaser gets tho benefit
of tho wholesale rate. Tho
saving is coiihiderjiblo and our
prices aro as low, if not lower
than any place in Honolulu.
There's no question about tho
quality. Think it over nnd let
this be ono of your 1897
Among tho ninny relishes
for uso 011 the table every da'
and for hot or cold meats Chut
ney ranks first. It is essentially
East Indian and the flavor of
the ' . gives zest to tho
nppct" i-j.nnc of tho brands
aro fi t' rnmlas evolved in
tho brmt id' English
fi I'm if
11 have campaigned
in Indie. I'ho aptitude of the
English to ct.ttou on to good
thingb fur the table is prover
bial and the "designing" of
Chutney has not weakened
their reputation in this respect.
Wo havo seven different
brands of Cicuu: Giior.tdelli's;
Phillips Digestible; Van Hou
tens; Epps Homeopathic; Wal
ter Bakers Brenkfist; Cradled
in bulk nud C'-coa Shell in bulk.
Persoi s finding Chrcolulc too
heavy for them experience only
pleasant results from the use
of cocoa. We ure certain of tho
quality of tho goods and do not
hesitate to recommend thorn.
We believe wo carry the lar
gest stock of groceries in Ho
nolulu and our facilities for
supplying customers is unsur
passed. Lewis &
. , . , For Everybody:
TI10 only complete Hue of
In the I-lamls,
A fow of
Kingsbury Pianos !
The perfeotlnu of art hi
CHICAGO COTTAGE OnQANS, Un
equaled lntuue, beauty and con
structions. ItEGINA MUSIC BOXES, the King
of all, plays over one tliuusauu
AUTOHAHPS, eveo biMty's Instru-
meiit, a child can piny It.
GUIVAU3, we earry the celebrated
H ury F. Miiton, Harwood uud
other make?, from $1 up.
BANJOS, Stewart, Fulrbunks &
Cole and other wellktiown
ACCOHDEONrs, the celelimled "lin
puilul" nnd other good lines.
triT And a llum-un I uri'l 0110 other
Hini-lloi in-triiiiibMiN ton iiiimcioiis 10
Our oclohrutcd Wall, Xlotiols Co.
"riTAH" Braud of
GUITAR, VIOLIN and
"Aro the bt-Ht mado. Use no other.
For all liifttruniuiila.
Our B'ock Is tho moHt varied to he
found thiM fide of 'Frlflin, 1111.1 tho
nrlce.i tho name 11a you nay iu tho
All Instrunu'tits bold 011 eny tnontli
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
The money havers for you.
Canadian-Australian Steamship Llsie
Steamers ot the nbovo Iiino ruucinR in connection with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, B. O., and Sydney, N. S. W.. nnd cnlliug nt Viotorin, B. O..
Honolulu nud Suva (l'iji),
uft-ISB 2DTJTB J&SD I3:03SrOIjTJXiTJ
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
From Bjdney ami BiiTit. for Vlctorln nnil
Vanoouvor. It. C.I
Slrar "WAItniMOO" January 20 '
Htuir "itiiu w tiiA" it
Stwr "MIOWEHA" April 21
Tliroii;!i TicUottt issued from Honolulu to Cnnsuln,
United States nml JEnroiiu.
FnniaiiT and rAssr-soEii a(ibsth:
D. MoNtcoiiii, Montreal, Onutula.
BoiiEiiT lCrini, Wiunipci:, Canmla.
M. M. Sthun, Hnn Francifco, l';d.
G. MoIj. Biiown, Vnncou fi-, B. O.
For San Francisco:
Tho Now and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of tho Oceanic Htenmship Company will
be duo nt Honolulu front Sydney and
Auckland oiror about
leb. -1-, 1897.
And will kno for tho abovo port with
Mnils imd l'nsscucorH on or about that
For Sydney and fnckland:
Tho New oud Fine Al Steo Steamship
" Mariposa " !
Of tho Occnnio Htenroahip Company will
be duo nt Honolulu from Sun Francisco
on or ubout i
Jan. 14, 1897. I
And will have )rompt despntch with
.Mails and riiapeiij,Tra for the alxivo ports.
Tho umloir.icned nro uow prepared
ThrouIi Tickets to All I'oints
in tiio United States.
t3?"For further particulars regarding
Freight or l'nflBiijje apply to
WW. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
Oceanic Steamiu k
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from 8. F.
for 8. F.
reb.2, 1897 Feb. 11, 1807
Mnrch 2, 1897 March 11, 1897
From Son Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. San Francisco.
Arriie Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Mariposa, Jan 14, '97 I Alameda, Feb 4, '07
Monowai, Feb 11, '07 I Mariposa, M..4, '97
Dr. W. L. Moore
Special uttentlon nlvcii to dlscasco of tl 6
eye and e.ir.
I 9 to I
i 3 urn.
I U to 4 pm.
Walanucnue Ave. near Court nouse. i63-tt
DR. C. fi. PETERSON
, RKMOVLU TO
No. 28 Emma Street,
Office IIouisi 8 to 10 a. m., 2 to 4 nud
7 to 8 p. m. Telephone 752. 407-2m
DR. BERT. P. BURGESS,
J?h.ysici an and Surgeon
Hour.: 8:30 to 10 n. m., 1.30 to
4 p. m Riid 7 to 8 p. m, . . .
44(1 Punchbowl Btrtct or 143 Miller strfet,
Honolulu, Oahu. 400-tf
A. O. WALL, D. D. S
Now Love's nuildiug, Fort Straet,
Australian Mail Service.
Fruin Victoria nml Vnncoiirpr, II. C.t (o
Hum nml Sjilmiyi
' Stmr "MIOWBHA" Jnnttnrv 16
, Stmr " WAltltlMOO" l'cbrmirv 1G
Stuir "MIOWEltA'' Mnrch IS
PfT For Freifiht mid PnssiiRo nnd nil
Gonornl Information, npply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
AKents for thellan-aiinnlslnnds.
Miller's Mil) I'o's
O. L. WIBTT '. Pre.
d-i't j. a. i;r:
S. It. DOSE, Boo.
Will leavo Honolulu nt 10 a. m., touchhiR nt
lhninn, Mnnlnca Day nud M ,kenu the
Baiuo iljy; Mahukonii, Knwnllmo nud Lou.
rmliocliui the following (h,y nrrihiB at
llilo tho i-finie eveninr;.
J,f,1(V- J-iu. 22 Tue(lny. . . .Jnn 10
"-'';(Iny IV b. 2 Friday J.m 20
nf81 nJ' 1 eb. 12 TuisiLy IVb. 9
fncs'lny 1'cli. 2:t riiilay ptl,t lo
Roturniuc, will le.ivo llilo at 1 o'clock
P. M., toiicliiiiK nt Lnnpahi choe, Muhu
konn nud Kawnihno saiuo dry, Mnkon.i.
Jlnnlueu Uuy nnd Lnuniuu tho tollowiuo
day; nrriiii.,. nt Honolulu lliu nfteiuooua
of J ueadny und Trirtnys.
Wil. cull nt Pohoiki, Pnnn.
e?No Fieiglit will he received nflor
12 noon on day of Bail inn.
Will leave Honolulu Tticsdny nt Cr.M.i
touclilun nt Knhnlui, IIhiib, Hnmou nnd
hipahnlu, Maul, iletniniug arrives at
Honolulu Sundiiy moruhiga.
I Will call nt Nun, Knupo, on sccoud trip
, of each month.
CNo FioiRht v.-ill bo reccicd after
. v. m. on ctny of sailing.
This Company will reserves tho right to
ruuke changes in the tiuie of departure nnd
arrival of its steamers without notice nnd
it will not be resiKjimiblo for any consc-fjuciK-cs
..-" ........ u,j ... .Mu l.iwjuiiil:b iu
nceiie their Fjeight; this Con. piny will
not hold itself responsible for height after
it has been lnudod.
Livo Stuck only M ov.ner's lisk.
This Couipni.y will not bo u sponsible
for Money or Vnlmihlea of puasengera
unless placed In the i-nio of I'uii-trs.
l'asseugers aio requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. Thoso tuiliug to
do so will bo subject to un additional
charge of twenty-live per cent.
In Blocks to suit pur
cliasors. Will deliver
after January 2, 1897.
KP" Inquire of v
The Hawaiian Safo Deposit &
iim Fort sli-i'M Hxrolnln
I0IDIH ;. liOlk'l) .'. i
II l in
I1AVINO K8TABI.I8UED A M'lDKRN
plant for hulling, iiollshiug and assorting
coffee, wo aro prepxred to buy und tlean
eufl'eo iu tho parohruout.
MODERATE CHARGE MADE FOR CLEANING
H. HiCKFELD & CO.
Situated on u Beautiful Uillsldo Overlook
ing the Ocean, and 1100 feet
alicvo Boa Leiel.
Only 24 honn' tnll flora Honolulu.
Climnto mild, e'er ihy fltniosphero, freo
from fogs and malaria, especial provision
for quiet aud rest as well as for ainuso.
went and outdoor life. Hates 82 per day
or 310 per weeli. Medical attend ince extra,
3'-3 tf ' Konn, Hawaii.
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