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EVENING BULLETIN, JAN U All Y 10, 1897.
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SOME NEWS FOR MARINERS
Tin: win ik i,ixi:it mo.ti tiii:
I,AM ' UAMIU'KS.
Inler-Wlitnil NlfRiii I'leM l.fH
Tmlnj "''" "r lilt'"' "'
ctcil till Hio I'niiit.
The burkontiuo lrmgnrd moved
' into tlio strcnin yoHtcrduy.
Tlio Bchooner Transit is un
loading at Brewers' wlinrf.
Tho slenincr Knnln will lenvo on
ft circuit of Oiilm tomorrow.
Tlic S S Coptic will bo duo
from Hnn rruucibco on Suturrtny,
Tho Knaln caino in this iiioin
iuu with h cart-ci of paddy for J A
Tho Gorman bark Anlgownn
will sail for Port TowuhcuhI on
1'ridiiy in lmllnst.
Tho S S Miowern is on tho
boards to lonvo at 5 p m for the
Colouios, via Fiji.
Tho Bchoonor General McPlier
son moved over to fcsoreusou's
wharf this morning.
Tho burkentino S N Castle
loaves this afternoon with a full
cargo of pugar and rice for San
Tomorrow, high tide lurge 1:15
a. m.; high tide Htnall G:20 p. in.;
low tide largo 10:'.i0 p. m.; low tido
Bimill 11 :"") a. in.
The general freight brought by
tho Miowora will bo delivered to
morrow, lee hmio goods are
being delivered today.
Owiug to the laie amount of
f i eight offered, the time of nailing
and the destinations of W'lni of
the Inter Mtuul Htenmers woio
The CASS Mioera brought
U70 tons of froight for this port,
and tho tmlnue of her cargo
hjao is filled with Hour and
genetnl inereluindifo for the
Colonies. She tunic in n (jiiiuitity
of Imaged eoiil today, which was
left heie on the up tup.
Captain Gates of tho S P
Ilitchcock is not likely to have
trouble with hi" crew, which is
invnriably had by tho musters of
other deep water ships. While
Stowing Mignr in the hold of tho
big vessel, the jolly Jack Tars
hi is refreshed two or three times a
dit Willi cold bottled beer.
Port Tnwiisond. Jan 8 Tho
British steamship Agapunthns,
ohurtered It) the tireat Noitheru
ltailroad Coiupun., has arrived
here, 1 mr daj? lutr, from Yoko
hiniMi, with her deek- and port
side badly sprung Injury to the
ship and the delay was caused by
fearfully stormy weather, which
lasted during the entiio vojago.
Tho cargo consists of thirteen
hundred tons, principally of tea
There is at present, in Franco,
a tendency to work very large
sailing vessels: a shipping lit in,
which alread owns a cosidura
bio number, has givou an order
for nnothor group, and it is said
that other firms intend to fol
low their example. Theso vessels
puy well foi many reasons, main
ly because, as soon as thoy are
launched from French dockyards,
tho shipping bounty is enough to
doTray tho grualoi part of their
Mesbrs Welch, Rithet it Co, of
Sun L'V ncisco have purchased tho
four-masted clippor ship Fort
George. Sho has been registered
at the port of Victoria through 11
P Rithot & Co. The Fort aeorgo
will be used in tho sugar trade
and will probably ply betweon
San Fi.tucinco and Honolulu.
Sho is an iron ship of 17nti tons
register and was built iu 1884 by
Workman, Clttik v en, ot iJUnst.
Until purchased by Welch,
Rithot it Co, tho Foil Georgo was
registered 1'iom tho ijort of Gins
gow. Victoiia Times.
The R M S Miowora, Chas W
Hay commander, nmvnl otf port
nbout i) o'clock last night, and on
torod the harbor nbout 10:J10. She
loft Vancouver on Jan 9 at 10:30
n ni. and hud to go io Cumui io
coal, tho coal lightors being uu
ablo to get to Vaucouvor on ac
count of tho bad weather. Vic
toria was left ul fi.uO a ru, ou Jau
11. A cloar run was had down
thd Straits of Juuu de I'licaliioli
wore cleared at 10:20 a m, tho
same day. Fino weather wns tho
rule during the voyage, tho N li
trades being piokocl up lit noon
on tho 17th.
From Vancouver and Victoria,
per G A S S Miowora, Jau 18
Air McCartor, wife and child,
Bishop Burton, wifo and child,
Mrs Chamberlain and sou, Messrs
Kolsoy, Armstrong, Pearson,
Rowoll, 'Wnddoiips, Bush and
For Moui nnd Hawaii, per slmr
Mauua Loa, Jnn 190 Moiuocko,
llov J Wniomau aud wife, Mrs
Edlor, Geo Apiki, Mrs Houuing,
Mrs Carrio ltabitison, Jns F
Morgan, Mr Gottwaltz, O Kaiser,
Mrs Barker, Mr Doverill nnd 08
Monday, Jan, IS.
S 3 Mlowcra, Hay, Irom Vancouver and
Tuesday, Jan. III.
Stmr Knaln. Thompson, from ports on
Tuesday, Jan. IV.
S8 Mlottcra, Hay, for the Colonics, via
Slmr lualanl, (Ircory, for Lalmlna. Ilono
Slmr Manna Loa, Slmcrsou, tor Maul and
Slmr Kuauhou, Tliompsou, Tor Kolna nnd
fftmr Knual, Urulin, for Hanamaulu nnd
Mmr W (! Hall, Thompson, for Makn
well, Walme.i, Kckntiaand Kanlllwill. (I'nes.
only Intlei port.)
stnir (Ji.uidlne. Cimcron, for porta on
Slmr l.lkcllKe. Nye, forOlnnnlu, OoKutn,
I'aauliati, Kukaina and Laupalioi'tioe.
VESSELS LEAVINQ TOMOIIIIUW.
Knala, Tliompsou, for Onliti
cUHOOKH FJlOM ISLAND 1'OIITH.
l) rlmr Kaala-ITuU lias paddy, and
in Mil III' JOHN illcDONALII.
1.11 ul MiIjk 'oinIriirl('l 1.v (It1
Piiiiiiiiis . Hiilldir.
The Sun Francisco Commercial
N of Jan. 7 has tho following:
.lolin 'H omdd, ft shipbuilder,
wiuise repntittion for good work
nevei wns queBtioncil, a man who
built some of tho best wooden
ships ever constructed and never
hitilt any but tho host, died at his
home in Hath, Mo., yesterday, ut
the advanced ago of 71 years. Hi
was n native of Pictou, N. S., aud
born among shipbuilding folk.
He worked with Donald McKay
and assisted in turning out many
of the fine clippers built 1 that
famous constiuctor. In 1852 ho
stiirted n shipyard of his own in
Thomaston, Mo., which in 18(iS he
removed to Until. Tho list of
vo-sels built by John McDounld
and thoir not tonnage is annexed,
and contains tho nnino of matiy a
favorito vessel now, or in tho past,
employed in tho California tiodo:
Ships Oracle, 1190 tons; I. F.
Chapman, 1801; St. James, 117-1;
Fiank Flint, 1195; St. Mark, M-18;
-econd Oraclo, 1133; Pactolus,
121)1; St. Charles, 110(5; St. Lu.-ie,
1318; St. Nicholas, 1798; St. John,
188J; schooner C. B. Flint, 255;
ships W. R. Grace, 1993; St.
Paul, 1891; M. P. Gruce, 1928; St.
Stephen, 1390; M. Liaguno, 17H3;
Santa Clara, 1035; St. David 1535:
A. J. Fuller, 1782; St. Frances.
1810; John McDonald, 2172; bark
St. Jamo-i, 1-187; ship Henry B.
Hyde, 2102; bark W. B. Flint,
793; schoouor Alice McDounld,
023; schooner Kato S. Flint, 555;
buibs St. Kathorino, 1193; second
Iiilormntlnu for Tonrlils.
A passenger by tho last Colonial
stoamor was mot on tho dock bv
a Milesian American friend, who
resides in Ilouolulu. As tho pair
waited to havo tho uewconier'o
pripsack scrawled over with chalk
marks by tho Customs Inspector
nt tJio gato tho stranger remarked
to his friend "Do you 'ave much
rain 'cro ? " Rainieu me boy,
gallons of it, just como up to tho
Anchor Saloon whoro they keep
it always, clear and cool. "We'll
just bo in time for lunch too and
that's tho only placo in town
whero thoy Borve it up in propor
ctyle with a glass of 1(ai::iuu
ur.r.it to e(iulibrializo tho solids
They wont I
niiiHt llo .rirllc.
To tho person suggesting tho
mod appropriate name for tho
lake no-vin coursoof construction
at Kownlo, Messrs. Bruce W firing
tfe Co. will give a "cloud in fee'sirii
ple. Send in your guess to thoir
I.ATIsr lOllfMIN NI1U1,
Coiifiiiiird from Jut 1'ayc.
day that tho name of the inter
rupter was Greenwood and that ho
is not u clergyman.
THE DIAMOND JUBILEE.
Loudon, Jan. 9. It soeniB to
be Bottled that tho longest reign
colebratioii will bo known us the
diumoud jubiroe, for tho Princo of
Wales has sat the Bcal of royal
approval upon U by tho uso of
this description iu a speech. Pre
parations will soon begin and tho
celebration is rapidly assuming a
magnitude unforeseen when it
was first broached. Tho Prince
of Wales, Duke of Counaught and
tho Duko of York will havo to
bear tho brunt of tho labor of tho
entertaining in order to savo tho
Queen as much fatigue as possi
ble. It is reported that represen
tatives of Hor Majesty aro nego
tiatiug to secure a lingo now hotel
for tlio accommodation of tho
many members of tho royal family
who are expected. Tho Chronicle
saya Emperor William attaches
great linportauco to his visit to
Hmglnud upon this occasion aud
ho hopes to meet the Czar under
his grandmother's roof aud im
prove tho occasion to dissipate the
misunderstanding botweou Russia
uud Great Britain.
THE OltAND OLD MAN.
For a person "politically dead"
Mr. Gladstone is still attracting
the greatest attention of Euiope.
His Aimeuiau memorial speech
at llawariloti ou January 0 upon
the occasion of tho celebration of
tho birthday of Mrs. Gladstone,
has been cabled verbatim to the
Sultan by the Turkish embassador
Upon that occasion Mr. Gladstone
said among other things: "While
up to the present tinio tho career
of the Sultan, who is tho greatest
assassin in tho world, has been
triumphant, all those triumphs of
wickedness and iniquity nriuloom
ill. 1 have a strong idea, how
ever, that tho iniquities have not
yet reached a close. Neverthe
less a better day is in prosp it for
the Armenians, as tho weight of
disgrace now upon the shoul lers
of the six powers is to great
as to force them to action." On
the other hand, the romiti liable
evidence of Mr. Gladstone's men
tal activity is shown by General
booth's account of Iho bitter's re
cent mterviow. Booth s account
(ills columns of tho newspapers
auil gives a pleasant picture of
the "Grand Old Man's" home,
nnd pays n tribute to his oxtraor
dinury veracity for information
on every subject. Mr. Gladstone
is much interested in Gen. liooth s
arrangement for a successor as tho
head ot tho bulvation Army, who
has boon nominated by General
liooth by secret deeds in the
hands of his solicitors, Mr. Glad
slono declaring that it was neces
bury to got back to the sixteenth
contury order to find an example
of a system of porsonnl nomination
of n successor by tho existing
head ot a religious order. In
conclusion Mr. Gladstono remark
od that he thought the people in
stead of condemning righteous
ness in any form, should oncour
ago its cultivation.
An Appropriate i:iiililiu.
Tho American buffulo exempli
fies to tho fullest extont tho ele
ments of hearty rugged strength
in animal life, and tho Buffalo
lirowory Co, havo mndo a peculiar
ly appropriate selection of a trade
mark in choosing this animal to
represent its productions, in that
the tonio ami refreshing proper
ties of tho BniTalo Ueor promote
health and invigorate tho oystom,
producing a similar condition of
hardy strength in tho human
frame. Tho lloynl, Cosmopolitan
and Pacific saloons aro tho media
of distribution for this famous
brow -to an npprcciativo public,
and tho interchangeable ohock is
tho passport at any of theso
favorito roBorts. Drink "BulTalo"
A I'milo I'revcnU'd.
"What tho consequences might
havo been if tho Pnlaina Grocery
had not received auothor largo iu
voico of tho jiiBtly celebrated
Salvation Armv Toa. is somothincr
awful to contemplate When wo
fiist advortised it, wo expeoted quite
a run on it, but tho demand latoly
has far oxcooded our oxpocta
tions. However, in tinio toprovout
a panic wo aro iu receipt of nuother
largo invoico. II. Cannon, solo
agent for tho Islauds. Palauin
Giocery, Tel. 755.
' THE CELEBRATED
Now L-uitllllK from Huilc
"Jl. 1'. Cheney." . .
Best South Yorkshire
Hard Steim Coal
Suitable for nil Steam pur
posts. This CohI Is also a fuvorlte for
III Ijllllll'l l(- III Rllit.
2240 Lbs. to the Ton!
JV Full Weight Kiinrnutceil. De
livered free to uny pnrt of the city.
Steam Navigation Comp'y
ftjR. J. W. YARJDLEY
Will lier-Hfl.'!- niHko IiIh I113AD
Iews Company's Sjoie
H will re-mii.- U-huIiIiik Ik liie nnc
eln I hrjiiuhoa ' hi t mft -I n ' IO
i,in h... i tin. ruinvvnotf f . h
VOIt'H on MONDAY, .1 ii II. ls'J7
A ,i coiiimiiiil urn. ii ni t- nl ..
IllulVd Ulcllllllll.il "'III 'I III IV. . iw
p oiui'i itl tout I M . Yxr ille - .
iil-O 'nke i-liUIKi nl xl I'. uu. I nun k
fur lluwuiliu X-v C!iiiiui v'h iir-,
where he will li pk-H-eil In rei el vh unlet-
for all i-uuh wn'k. Teleiiiionu No.
The KING BIlOt'H UK.-i -Hi hIhii
tei-el.e nnlers hi tn-lr An .Sinrx, No.
110 Hotel St. T. le h ne 007.
Hitvim: tfeciin-il the -urvk-ci of Q.
ilt-mttmenl, we a r iri-iur-i In exo
cutH mdeiH forl'iaiio l'iiiint; ml He
pulling of I'iuudp aiM O'Ukiih. Mr.
Hurili-iin's experience lllll 11 1 1 1 1 ks it
llr.-it cU-h uitlat Iu 1 1 i .- lieu o' niirk Is
too Wi-ll known to n.eil fur her com
nieiil; Hiillli-e to nay (hut wt- fully i;iiur
nnti o all work lutru-tcil to u, Orclem
left ut our oIIIum will receive irompt
WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
The Republic : : King Street.
Gold uud Silvorwuro,
Crockory and Ivorywaro,
Wliito Gruss Cloth, Mattings,
"Wicker and Steamer Chairs,
Cigars, Etc., Etc.,
WING WO TAI & CO.,
214 Nuuiuiu Streot, Honolulu.
Office To Let,
At 207 Merchaut Street.
Peerless Prescrvius Faint Company,
C. B. DWIGHT
Takes contracts for nil kinds ot STONE
Vv'OHK, monument work, cement nnd
stone BidewnlkH nnd enrbing. I Iuito on
band tlio best Hawaiian stono, Ghincso
grnnito, cto. Fino stono tor monumental
work. Estimates given nud lowest prices
assured. Telephone 833.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1082 King Street.
A Quiet, Homelike Place, whero Trained
Nurses, Massace,- "Swedish Movement,"
Baths. Elfictricitv and Physical Training
mny bo obtained.
V. 8. KELLOGG, II. D
Telophono 639, Superintendent.
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
Btcnmcru ot tho abovo Lino running in connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC KAIL WAY
Between Vancouver, B. O., nnd Sydney, N. 8. W.. nnd calling nt Viotorin, B. O
Honolulu nnd Suva (1'ijiJ,
A.RE I3TTE -A-T HOIKTOXjTTXjTT
On or nbout the dates bolow stated, viz.:
From flyilney mill Suva, for Victoria nnd
VAticourer. II. C.t
Strar "WAIUUMOO" January 20
Stmr "MIO WElt A" February 24 I Stmr "MIOWE11A" March 18
Stuir "WAIUUMOO" MarcL 24 Stmlr "WAIUUMOO" AirillO
8tmr"MIOWEKA" April 24 Stmr "MIOWE1IA" May JO.
Through TIcKots Issued from Honolulu to Cnnniln,
United Stntcs nnd Europe.
FlUSIOUT AND rABSKJjaElt AOBNTSI
D. McNicoll, Jloutrcal, Cnnnda.
Houeut Knnn, Winnipeg, Cnnndn.
M. M. Htehn, Snu Frnucisco, Onl.
O. Mali. Uiiown, Vnuconver, B. 0.
Oceanic SteamsMp Co.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
The New nnd Fino Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic HtennHiip Company will
bo duo nt Honolulu from S)iluey nnd
Auckland ou or nbout
PVb. 4-, 1807.
And will leave for tho iiliovc port with
Mails nud Fnsseugors on or nlxjut tlrnt
For Sydney and fuckland:
Tho Now nnd Finn Al Stee Steamship
" Monowai "
Of tho Oconuio Htt'iiiimliip tympany will
bo duo nt tlnnnlnln from Hnu Vrnncisco
on or nlxmt ,
-Keb. 11,1807. I
And will Iiiivo prompt ilt'spntoh with
Mnils nnd l'iisnenersforllipnl)OTe)orts.
Tho undersigned tire now prepared
to issue I
Tluouirli Tickets to All Points
In tho Initcil Stnti'N.
E"For furthur pnrticulnni regurding
Freight or I'ntmiige apply to
WM. 6. IRWIN & fJ, L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
for S. F.
Feb. 2. 1897 Feb. 11, 1897
March 2. 1897 March 11, 1897
From Snn Francisco From Sydney for"
for Sydney. Son Francisco.
Arrive Honolulu. Lravt Honolulu.
Monowni, Feb 11, 97 I Alameda, Fell 4, '97
Alameda, Mo 11, '1)7 I Mariposa, M..4, '97
Special attention given to diseases of the
eye and ear.
0 to 13 am.
!) to 4 pin.
Walanuenno Ave, uoar Court Ilo'ase. iG3-ti
DR. C. A. PETERSON
, REMOVED IO
No. 28 Emma Street,
Offlco Iloursi 8 to 10 n. m., 2 to'4 and
7 to 8 p. m. Telephone 7(52. 407-2m
DR. BERT. F. BDRGESS,
.Physician and Surgeon
Hours: 8:30 to 10 a. m., 1:30 to
4 p. in., and 7 to 8 p. m. . . .
440 Punchbowl street or 143 Miller street,
Honolulu, Oaliu. 460-tf
A. O. WALL. D. D. S.,
New Love's Building, Fort Stroot.
Vrom VIctorlA antl VnnconTrr, II. O., to
Diiiii iid Syilnoyl
' Bttnr "WAIUUMOO" February 16
JST For Freight nud Tnssngo nnd nil
Qenernl Information, npply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for tho Ilnwniinn Islands.
ililcr's Stamsliip Co's
0. L. WIGHT, Pros. 8. U. HOSE, Seo.
Cnpt. J. A. KINO, 1'ortSupt.
Will leave Donolnln ut 10 A. m., touching nt.
Lahama, MiniUeu IJay and M kenn tho
same day; Mahukom., Knwaihaonud Lau
piilioohoa tho following day, arriving nt
II llo tho same oveulng,
LEAVH8 HONOI.Qt n I ABHIVES IIONOinLuT
Ef,,iny,- Jlin- 22 Tuesday. . . .Jan 10
J "M'lny Keb 2 i Friday J,m 29
Tumliiy lVb 12 Tuesday. . .IVb. 0
'ruesday Kcb 2.1 Friday Icb. 19
ltoturning, will leave IIllo nt I o'clock
r m., touching at Laupahoehoe, uhn
kona au.l Kawaihue hi e dayj Jtiikeua.
Mialaea Hay and LmIiiuiib the (ollowing
day; arrivit.n at Honolulu tho.nrteiuoonB
ui i iicnimy alio rn ajh.
Wil o..liatl'olioikl, Puna.
I ,N" Fuight will be received Mfter
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu l ueaday hi 8 i ! m i
touching at Kahnlui, llnna, Uuiuou and
Kipaliulu, Maui. t-turuiug irrives ut
Honolulu Sunday iimriiiugs.
Will call at Nun. KaujH), on scco d trip
of each mouth.
No l-rciglit will be received after
r. M. on day of sailing.
This Company w II n-xcrvos the right to
mako chaugoa iu the time of departure and
arrival of its steaine.H without notice and
it will uot be responsible for any conse
quences arisiug therefrom.
CnlifiionnpH tllllUt lu tit tlm 1 n. .!...... .
rocoive their Fnightj this Company will
not hold itself respouHililo for freight after
it has been tainted.
Live Stock only tit ownerfe risk.
This Company will not bo responsible
for Monoy or Valuables of paw,cugora
unless placed iu tho care of Pursei.
l'asheugers aie requested to purchase
tickets beforo embarking. Thoso failing to
do so will lio subject to nn additional
Qharge of twenty-live por cent.
In Blocks to suit pur
chasers. Will deliver S
after January 2, 1897.
BS5 Inquiro of
The Hawaiian Safo Deposit &
408 lTnrt Street
HAVING ESTAHLI8nED A MODKIHT
plant for hulling, polishing and assoitlng
coffeo, wo oio propaad to buy aud clean
coffeo in the parchment.
MODERATE CHARGE MADE FOR CLEANING
VT Apply to "
H. HAOKFELD & CO.
Bituatod on a Beautiful Ilillside Overlook
lug the Ocean, and 1300 feet
above Sea Level,
Only 24 hours' sail from Ilonoluln.
Cliniato mild, clear dry atmosphere, freo
from fogs and malaria, espooial provision
for quiet and rest as well as for amuse
ment aud outdoor lifo. Hates $2 per day
or 310 por weokr. Medical 'attendance eitra,
325lf Kona, Hawaii
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