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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUAKY 20, 1897.
trnt M !!
ON THE OCEAN WAVE
No tun I'artciiv fir Ilii" (Inlilcii Unto
Vecl rI lilt j null ItlalHiltiMin
Tho btirk C D Bryant wns tow
ed to sea nt noon todny.
Tho Miknlinln is booked to
lt'ftvo for Ilnnnmnulu nt 5pm to
day. The bark Aldon Besse is dis
charguig freight nt Oceanic
Tho Hawaiian bark It P Kithnt
is unloading coal at Fort street
Being delayed with freight, the
steamer Kauai did not leave until
early this morning.
Two fine bouts and a lot of oars
weiobrounht by tho Alden Besse
tor the Wilder S S Co.
Tho steamer Lohua will sail
tomorrow at 5 p m, for Honohiua,
Hoiiomu, llakuluit und Pohaku
nianu. The J A Cummins arrived at 1
p in today with 1G00 bogs Heeia
sugar, some of which wont into
the W G Irwin.
Tomorrow, high tide large 5:1(5
a. in.; high tide small (5: ft p. m.;
low tide largo 0:17 p. m.; low tide
small 11:40 p. m.
Tho brigantino Lurlino will
probably b launched from the
Marino ltnil'. ay this afternoon or
The bark C D Bryant has
cleared for Shu Francisco. Her
fdio is Oflol! bng-. sugar, valued
nt f!l. 109. 11 Ilni'kfcld fc C nie
"'lie Kiol canal is lighted over
ils i?ix(y two inili3 by electricity
and is tho lor.ost distance in the
voil.l lighted continuously in tlu.t
way. There ore oOOO poles.
800 bugs of sugar for Win G
Irwin A Co from tho Gaidi'U Isle
this morning. The briantino W
G 1 r win received IMOO bags of A
and the rihip S P Hitchcock 1800
bags of B.
Two or three pigs got loose and
jumped overboard from tho steam
er lu'iiuhuu yesterday evening.
The 5.M u nters proved to ho lively
suiinine'n, loading their pursuers
in boats an exciting chaso before
Tho steamer Kiuau arrived
about !5 p in, yesterday from Hilo
uud nay ports. Cuptaiu Clarko
repjrtb the bark Annie Johnson
discharging at Hilo. The bark
Santiago sailed last Thuisday for
San Francisco with a full cargo.
The s"lioi)uer Nokomis was load
ing nt Hilo, and tho brig Consu
e!o had arrived at Muhukona.
The barkentine S N Castle
sailed at '3 p in yostorday for San
Kriuciseo. Her enrgo was as fol-low-i:
(ii)l2 bags sugar shipped
by Wm G Irwin fc Co, 720 bags
rice and dl bacs coiToo by Al
Phillip A- Co, 2300 bags rice by
M S Grinbaum & Co, 1900 bags
rice and 42 bogs coffoo by Hymau
Bros. Total vnluo: 810,331.
Fiitdjof Nousou, tho Arctic ex
pl nvr, h it man of extraordinary
physical strength. At Tromso
the other day when at the feaBt of
uehome ho was proposing the
huu I tli of Captain Svordrup ho
suddenly lifted his shipmate up
and held him aloft with one arm,
so that everybody in tho crowded
hall could L'et a si'dit of his com
rade. Ie will not wear his groat
cro-s of i he Order of St. Olaf bo
canse his crow received only a
paltry silver medal apioco. "It
might at least have boon gold,"
The Hilo Tribune of Jan 1G
says: Tho bark Santiago, P
Johnson tnnster, sailed for Sin
Francisco from this port last
Thursday morning with the first
cargo of I ho 1897 6ugar orop from
Hilo. The cargo was as "follows:
Hilo Sugar ', 4071 bags, valued
at $14,000,115; Waiakea Mill Co,
7330 bags, valued at $27,589.35;
Hnkalau Plantation Co, 7003
bugs, vilu?il at 820,011.80; Popce
'kc6 Sugar Co, 8300 bags, valued
'nt 820,120.95 Total, 27,327 bags
weighing 3.238,147 pounds and
valu-.l at ?:.",410.95. Tho pas
sengers were: Mra A MoGowau,
Capt II A Williams and J V Bay.
" A sailor of tho bark C D Bryant
got loft behind this morning, and
his elot'UM weio sent back in tho
pilot boat. lie said ho camo liMo
in the Norwegian burk White
ltoso from Newcastle, and since
then hud been alternately in jnil
and uboaul other vessels. He had
shipped in tho bark C D Bryant,
and this morning wont to tho
Sailors' Home to write a letter to
his family in tho "old country."
On returning to Pacific Mail dock,
ho saw his vessel outside tho har
bor. This did not troublo Jack
Tar, however, for ho soon found a
chance to go to the Sound in tho
German bark Ardgowau, which
leaves tomorrow. His only sor
row was that a Sunday suit and
somo hard-earned coin wore car
ried off in tho other vessel.
From Hawaii and Maui, per
Btmr Kinou, Jan 19 Mis llall,
P Peck, E P Pole, V M Fulchor,
J W Mason, U Louissou, Koki,
Eliza Koki, Mrs Estep, Miss S
Jarrett, Miss H Paiko, Mrs H T
Walker. Mrs Hukni, Ed Dowsett,
J A Wilder, Bishop Willis,
Father Libeit, and 00 deck pus
seugers. From Kouai, per stmr Mika
halu, Jau 2011 W Hamilton,
and 4 deck pas&ongors.
For Maui, per stmr Claudino,
Jnu 19 Mrs II P Baldwin, Mrs J
P Cooke, G J Boss, Mr Wnko
field, D Center and wife, Miss
Aunio Under, Mrs W H Lamnert,
J M Alexander, Mrs C II Dickey,
11 P Baldwin and J P Cooke, Mrs
Hutchinson and three children.
I'or Kauai, per stmr W G Hall,
Jan 19 Paul Ispnberg Sr, Mrs
Crowningberg, .Miss Evry, F
Deiuilz, Min Nam, E II Paris,
Mrs Guild, Mrs J Brandt, Mr
Todd and l)r Kiuishimn.
For Shu Francisco, per barken
tine S N Castle, .Tun 19 F A
Potter, H F Lilli-.v, J H Craw
ford end Mr Stevens.
For the Colonies, per CASS
Miowern, Jan 19 Wm Cochrane
and three Chinese.
For Hawaii, per stmr Likelike,
Jau 19 Mrs Delanux and J
Biley and wife.
For Kapna, per stmr James
Mnkee. Jan 19 -V Kinney.
TunstUT, Jan. l'J.
Clr.rKo. finm Hawaii and Maul
'eum;si)vv, Jan. -0.
Tlimupxiu, from iiortson
Stmr J A Cmninliis, Scaile, Irom O.ibn
Di.I'A It'll .IKS.
Tur.smr, Jan. 19.
Sum Jhido MaKiT, Tullett, for Knpaa.
Am iikln 5 N Castle, Hiil.baiJ, for Pan
Wednlsiivy. Jan. 2(1.
Stmr Knnla, Mojblcr,
Am uk t' 1) Jrjant, Lee,
for Oalin iorts
OAUGOE3 FltOM ISLAND I'OltTa.
r. stmr Klnau-20(i skn snitar, 27S sks
F)ii(l, bl tks com, li likk'S, 1 born', 'l'J Iiob,
'Jl' plK fundrleK.
E Minr J A Cuininlns ICOf) liacs sni;ar.
K ttinr lllknliala -.VI1KI lioi; sicar.
FonnlON VFSSKLS EXPECTED.
Vessels S bere trom Due
llrbk UoulLiibeck Liverpool Due
Helir LUlo Vance, 6j ilncy, Due
Ilk Callan, Nmveiistlu Duu
Am bk Amv Turucr...Nuw York Jan 20
Coptic 8F JanSI
Am sblii Mav Flint SF
Ambk Albert SF .'Jan US
Nle bk Dominion Newcastle
City nf l'tkliii; Yokohama Jan 'l'J
Ilk (i C Perkins Newcastle Jan ill
llktn Wrestler Newcastle. . . . Jan 31
Am bktn VV I'lautcr.... New castle... Jan SI
der bk Paul Isenberu.... Liverpool.. ..Apr !fll
VKSSKI.J IN l'OUT.
UCS Alert, Hanfoid, San FrancUco.
(Coasters not Included lu this list.)
Am eelir Alice Cooke, Ponliallow, l'ort Tow n
semi. Am Kilir Hobert I.ewera, (iooilman, New
castle. Am chip S 1' Ultclicoek, Kates, S F.
Am bk Martha I)al, tioiilc, a F.
Am bk C'eylnu, Calhoun, Eureka.
Am bk & O Allen, Johnson, H F.
Am bktn J M (iilllltli, Arev, l'uet Sound.
Am bktn Amelia, Wilier, 1'unU bound.
Am echr W F Jeuett, Johnson, 1'uettiound.
Am sehr Ren Mcl'hersou.Carter, Muxlco.
Am ship II U Hyde, Scrlbner, S F.
Am sclir Transit, Jorccnsou, 8 F,
Am bk Aktcu ileSBe, Potter, 3 F.
Am bk Mohlean, Haundeis, S F.
Am hrh,' W (1 Irwin, Williams. S F.
Am bk Matilda, MeKeule, Ft lllakely.
Am bktn VV 11 Dlmoml, NlUou, S F.
Am bktn IrniKiird. Sehmldt, S F.
Am lilvtn Arelur, Calhoun. S F.
Mr bk Northbrouk, I.audon, llonnkoni;.
Ilk AnUrowan, Ureu, Noeatle.
litn I.urllnc, lirown, Kaliulul.
Ilk Samoa. Fietwumt, Ncuvastlo.
(ler ship .Murle Iluilifeid, liruse, llrcmcn.
(ler bk J C (iUild, Liverpool.
Haw fcChr Uuniilulu, Tlninael, Toeopllla.
Haw bk It P Ititliet, Turin.-, Newcastle.
Norbk While Kose, Anrne, Newcastle -
Nor ship Am like, C'ornellnsou, Newcastle.
Seal selir Caseo, be IJIaue, Vlctoila.
bulletin, 75 cents
'i hi: lild ISLAND.
I'i'iiiI1uIId hln("( It lot In IliiiniiUim
Doing nt llllii.
All the plantations in Hilo dis
trict are grinding.
T. F. Lansing of Honolulu re
mained over a steamer.
W. W. Kirkland of California
ib visiting Mr. Kenuedy at Waia
kea. Hilo Scots will celebrate Hums'
anniversary with a smoking con
cort, 0. C. Kennedy to preside.
The corner stone of the new
Foreign church nt Hilo was laid
with appropriate ceremonies on
Sundny, January 10, Pastor Hill
delivering tho oration.
A Chinese mob tried to make a
jail delivery of some contract
labor countrymen, in for refusing
duty nt Paauhau, Hamakua, but
were beaten back by tho police.
Bullets wero in tho air. Al
together 123 lioters wero arrested.
Somo have been tried and sen
tenced to threo months' imprison
ment at hftrd labor. Other were
to bo tried at the Herald's latest
ItlJ'lli or tile .llmilrioi lilct.
Much has been said and writ
ton during tho past few mouths
about tho mauless isles of St.
John, in tho South seas, and
Captain Bergman of the American
bark big Bonanza has bofii quot
ed in picturesque descriptions of
the beautiful women there and tho
life of luxury that awaits tho
man who is bold enough to make
one of them his bride, bays tho
San Francisco Chronicle. Tho
Big Bonanza dropped an.-hor in
tho harbor yesterday forenoon,
and it required but a brief inter
view with those who accompanied
Captain Bergman on his visit to
tho islands to demonstrate that
tho ontite story is a myth. Cap
tain Adolph Llergman, who was in
tho bark a jour ago when she
sailed past tho St. John islands,
and who is accredited with having
lirt given the story publicity in a
Sydney paper, is no longer in
command of tho vessel. His
brother, Captain Alex Bergman,
formerly ot tho Majestic, occupies
There aio only two members of
his crow who accompanied Cap
tain Adolph on the voyage that is
now famous. Both are boys, aud
only one speaks English. When
tlio English-speaking youngster
was tumbled out of his bunk' last
night and plied with questions ho
soon exploded the oft repeated
yarn, lie suid that tho Big Bo
nanza did not stoi at the St.
John islands at all. Sho merelv
passed close by. A crowd of na
tivesall men put off in boats
and boarded " the bark, begging,
stealing and trading, as tho op
portunity offered. No women
came, nor did Captain Bergman
or any of hib men go ashore. The
sailor boy said that tho natives
might have rolated to tho captain
the story ho is said to have after
ward reported, but thero was no
evidence that there was any truth
in tho yam.
A I'Miile I'rutciilpd.
What tho consequences might
have boon if tho Falama Grocery
had not received another large iu
voico of the justly celebrated
Salvation Army Tea, is snmothing
awful to contemplnto. When wo
first advertised it, wo expected quite
a run on u, out tno (leinaud lately
has far excoeded our expecta
tions. Howover, in time to prevent
a panic wo nro in receipt ot nnotlier
larjo invoice. II. Cannon, sole
nftont for tho Islands. Falama
Giocery, Tel. 755.
.ph SkNrniii'r Tor Hrontlnn).
Georgo Crookor, tho California
millionaire, has bought u stretch
of property on Broadway, Now
York, containing old four and five
story buildingB, for about $1,000,
000. The property contains about
7000 squuro feet, whioh equals
about 822,857 a square foot the
third highest price for realty in
New York City. The buyor will
erect a twenty-story office build
ing. Chief ot Police Crowley of San
Francisco received the first
cablegram asking him to look out
for tho Australian murderer,
Butlor, ns early as Decembor 8,
and sent word to Marshal Brown
on the first steamer.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nunnnu streets, lodging by
day, week or month. Terms: 25
and 50 cents por night. $1, and
S1.25 por week.
N'iw Ij.ixHmh from Hark
"11. P IHuiicy." . .
Best South Yorkshire
Hard Steam Coal
fffiT" Siill'itil- fur nil SiPMii pur
poses. Thlr. Owl Is "Iro u fuvolltv for
I., jtinutltle to en J t.
2240 Lbs. to the Ton!
gT Full Volght guarantcei!. Do
liven it irte to any part of the city.
Stcain Navigation Comp'y
In rites to
Stlrrt from the
Fiench Silks and Sitins.
Jipnnc-o S'lk llaudkerchicfs,
S'U Ilihbons. Vohtts,
Dri hsGo als of ovi-ry description,
Flu Duels in nil colors,
Stirling, Sugos, Lining, Cut
Bliinkotri, Q'lilts, Bhoctii'g,
Curtail)'', Towels, etc.,
C'othing, Shoes. Fancy and
Whilo Ovoi shirts,
Sweaters, Socks, Collars, C
Umbrellas, Hundkoichitfs, etc.
At Ridiculous Low Prices
Hnviiit! .-.(-cured tbe si'ivlrc of G.
ilfp'iituii'ii', wn are prepared to exe
unit. iimIcih fur l'latio Timing -Mid lie
pulling of 1'iitt.iiM un.1 0iihii. Mr.
Hun lulu's I'XivriciiPe and hIi'Ii'v r u
llrnt clii-s artist In bin Hi u of urk
too wt-II known to t ed Inr lie com
ment; mi Hire- lotny that we fully ijiinr
Hiit.eull work lntni'cd tn ui Ordera
left nt our oIHcb will receive prompt
WALL, KIOHOLS CO.,
The Kopubllo : : King Street.
Gobi und Silverwaro,
Ciockory and Ivory ware,
Whito Grass Cloth, Mattings,
Wicker and Steamer Chairs,
Cigiirs, lite, Ktc,
WING WO TAI & CO.,
214 Nvmanu Street, Honolnln.
Office To Let,
At 207 Merchant Street.
Peerless Preserving Paint Company,
C. 33. DWIGHT
Takes contracts for nil kinds of STONE
WOHK, monument work, ceniont and
stone sidewalks and curbing. I havo on
hnnd tho best Hawaiian stone, Chinese
granite, etc. Fine stone for monumental
work. Estimates, given and lowest prices
assured. Telopbone 833.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1032 King Street.
A Quiet, Homelike Place, where Trained
Nnrses, Massage, "Swedish Movomout,"
Haths, Electricity and l'liyslcal Traiuing
may bo obtained.
T. B. KELLOGG, M. D.,
Ttlephono 039. Suptrlnteudont.
liiL LJ-tJfck. U
rjtedmers ot the nbovo Lino running in connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vaucouvcr, B. 0., and Sydney, N. H. W.. and calling at Victoria, li. C
Honolulu and Suva (I'iji),
JEBB ID-CTE3 jJX aZOSTOXjTTIjTJ"
On or about tbo dates below Btnted, viz.:
From Hjilney nml Burn, for Victoria ml I From Victoria anil Vancouver, It. C, to
Vancouver. II. O.I Suva anil Sjriluevl
Strur "WAHIUMOO" Jnnunry SO ' Stmr "WA1U51MOO" relirunry 1(5
Btmr "MIOWCHA" February 21 ! 8tmr"M10WLItA" March 15
Stmr "WAlUtlJNfOO" Mnrch24 Stuir "WAWUMOO" Abril 1C
Stnir"MIOWElU April 24 Stmr "MIOWEKA" liny 16
Tliroiifcli Tleliots Issued from Honolulu to Ciinmln,
United States mid Ktiropo.
ntKioitT and rABrfuwanii aobnto:
D. MoNicoll, jroutrc.il, Cnnndu.
ItonEnT Keiui, WhiEiper:, Canada.
M. M. Stmh, San Francinco, C'al.
O. tali. Ekown, Vnaconve", B. O.
Anstraliau Hail ServicB.
For San Francisco:
The Now r.nd Fino Al Steel Steamship
Of tl'ie Orennio Stearalnp Company will
be Am at Honolulu fiom Sydney and
Auckland on or about
.Feb. -1:, 1807.
And will loavo for tbo above port with
Mulls and I'ansengcrs on or nbout tbnt
For Sydney ami Auckland:
Tlio New nud Fine Al Steo Steamship
" Monowai "
Ot tho Occnnio Steamship Compnny will
lie due at Honolulu from San Fraucifco
on vr about
Feb. 3 1 , 1807.
And will have prompt despatch with
MuD'j mid l'aacn;era lor tho abovo ports.
The undersifrned are now prepared
Throush Tickets tn All Toints
in f.ho United States.
tS'For further particulars recording
Freicht or Paaaco cpidy to
WM. G. I.IWIN & CO., L'd,
from 8. F.
for S. F.
Teb.2, 1807 Feb. 11, 1897
March 2. 1897 March 11, 1S07
From San Frnncisoo From Sydney for
for Sydney. San Francisco.
Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Mouowai, Feb 11, !7 I Alamoda, Feb I, '97
Alameda, Mo 11, '07 Mariposn, M 4, '97
Dr. W. L. Moore
Special attention given to diseases of tbe
cyo aud ear. '
... , ufOto Mam.
Walanuenno Avo. near Court Ho'use. i03-ti
DR. C. A. PETERSON
.... REMOVED TO ....
No. 28 Emma Street,
Office noursi 8 to 10 n. m., 2 to 4 and
7 to 8 p. in. Telephone 752. 407-2m
DR. BERT. P. BDRGESS,
.Physician and Surgeon
Hours: 8:30 to 10 a. m., 1:30 to
4 p. m., ami 7 to 8 p.m. . . .
440 Punchbowl street or H3 Miller strret,
Honolulu, O.1I111. iCil-lf
I - 1. 1 1 . 1. 1 .1, 1 ii, .- , . 1
A. O. WALL, D. D. S.,
Now Ixive's llnilding, Fort Straet.
Oceanic Steams Co.
l". jf..A ', UK, J A't-t-'i Milvs1 Jt&i4J&'iLJ&Kf''':- A. j, Jw.'.tu. ..'.k JtUija&&&K'
t3T For Freight and Parage and all
General Information, apply to
TIIE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for the Hawaiian Inlands.
S WIIIISIIH) Cos
O. L. W1WHT, I'n. 8. U. ItOSE, Soo;
dipt. J. A. KINO, PortSupt.
Will Icavo Honolnln t 10a. m., tonchinrr at
Lnliniim, Jlnnlaea Hay nud Mnkenn tho
Btiuio d.iyj Stahultonn, Kiiwnlhno nml Lau-
Eitliuclioe tho following day arriving at
no tbo samu ovoniug.
HAVBS UONOI.CI.C. AERtVEK 1IONOLOLO.
friny Jan. 2'J I FriJaT-77r..fH'n20
Tuesday Feb 2 Tumauy lb. 0
,1,Uffiy Feb. 12 Friday Veb. 10
lnestlaj- Feb. 2.1 1 Tuesday. ....Mar. 2
Rctnrulug, will leavo Hilo at 1 o'clock
r. -v., toucbiug nt Laupahi.cboo, Mnbu
ltonij nml Knwaibao sii, o day; Mnkenn,
Jlanlnen liny and Lnhninu the (ullowiup
day; nrriviuK at IJonolulu tbo uftonioono
of 'ltieilay and Friiiays.
" Will cdt at 1'oboiUi, Ptma.
, iC"No Freight will be roccivod iiftes
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu 'luoMiav at 5 p. m.i
touching at Kabuhii, tlima, Hauio-i and
Kipaliulu, Muni. Itetnrniug arrives uti
! Honolnlu Sunday mornings.
! Will call nt Nuu, Kaupo, on socoud trip
of each month.
! 8J"No Freight will be received nfter
r. M. on clay of sailing.
This Company will reserves tho rigid to
make changes in tbo tiiuo of dejiartuie and
arrival of its steamers without notice and
it will not bo responsible for any conas
qnonces arising therefrom.
receivo their Ft eights this Company will
not hold itsolf responsible for freight after
it has been lnti.Iui.
Live Stock only at ownei's risk.
This Company will not be lesriousiblo
for Slouoy or Vidnables of passougera
unless placed iu tbe cnio of I'nibers.
PahfOnpsers nio rtipiested lo pnrchnno
tickets lajforo embarking. TIiOko tailing to
do so will be subject to an additional
charge of twenty-live per cent.
In Blocks to suit pur
chasers. Will deliver
nfter January 2, 1S97.
K" Inquire of
The Hawaiian Snfo Doposit &
OB rort Street
:. Dole :. Mi
HAVING ESTABLISHED A MODERN"
plant for hulling, polishing and assorting;
coffee, we are prepared to buy aud clean,
coffee in the parchment.
MODERATE CHARGE MADE FOR CLEAHINQ
tfP" Apply to
H, HACKFELD & CO.
Situated on a Beautiful TJillsido Overlook
ing the Ocean, and 1300 feet
nbevo Sea Lovel,
Only 24 hours' sail trom Honolulu.
Climato mild, clear dry atmosphere, frco
from fogs and malaria, especial provision
for quiet and rust aa well as for amnso
mont and outdoor life. Bates $2 por day
or $10 per week. Medical attendance extra,
325tf Kona, Hawaii.