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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 23, 1897.
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0 & 0 S S COPTIC IH PORT
tiiki, tir.sr maiiim: m:vm rito.ii
Yrrli to Itilim OiihI from N'i-mckMIc
S. S. Uonnn to Upiilncn M.S. Mo-
nounl Other Aolci.
Tho SS Monowai arrived at Sau
Pruucisco Jau 1-1.
The bnrk Albort sailed for Ho
nolulu on Jnn 11.
Tho 9 S Coptic will leave for
Jnpan and China nt-i pm.
Tho bnrk S C Allen unloaded
bricks nt Browir'a wharf today.
The BtoaniorKcauhou will bring
a full load of sugar from Kaliuku.
Tho S S Wairinioo luft Sydney
on Jau ltf for Vancouver via Ho
nolulu. Tho ship Georgo Stetson nailed
from the Golden Gato for Kalmlui
on Jan 10.
The Hawaiian bnrk Uosalio from
Honolulu arrived at Itoyal Eoadn
on Jan 2.
Tho steamer Kaala will leavo
en her regular Oahu route at 9 a
m on Monday.
Tho schooner Goldou Shoro ar
rived at Newcastle on Jau 8 to
load coal for Kahului.
The steamer Kilauea Hou and
schooner Ka Moi put sugar into
the bark Martha Davis today.
Tho German bark Ardgowau
and the Norwegian bark White
Hose left for l'ugot Sound today.
The British gunboat Pheasant,
well known at this port, arrived at
Sun Francisco from Esquimalt on
The Alice Cooko hns been
launched from tho Marino Bail
way. Sho is now taking in stono
The Kaala put an instalment of
sweet Knlinku product into tho W
H Dinmnd today for M S Grin
baum & Co.
Tomorrow, high tide largo 7:21
a. m.; high tide small ihiJO p. in.;
low tido largo 1:12 p. in.; low tide
small 2:10 a. in.
Tho Norwegian bark Fautasi
has sailed from Newcastle for Ho
nolulu, and the schooner Metha
Nelson for Kahului.
Tho schooner Anna sailed from
Sun Francisco for Mahukona on
Jan 12, and tho schoonor Muriel
cleared the siano day for Ilouoipu.
Tho following have boon char
tered at Newcastle, N S W, to load
coal for Honolulu: Sohr Louis,
bktu Newsboy, schr Novelty, ship
Tho pa'uro steamer Mokolii ar
rived this morning. Pursor Green
roports no saloon passougors. 'I he
usual mibpollaueous cargo was
The British sIii't,Somanthn, 2211
tons, uUg upou ehartorod to load
sugar at this port for New York.
Sho will come hero in ballast from
The baik .1 C fJih is nt Nuu
auu street wharf. She is through
discharging merchandise, but has
soveral hundred tons of coal to
Tho now steamer Holono for the
Wilder Co was to havo been
launched on Jan 18. She is built
hi steel, and is 170 ft long, 30 ft
beam and has 1C ft depth of hold,
according to tho Examiner.
Ministers King and Smith and
Mr P C Joues wont as far as tho
mouth of the channel in tho tug
Eleu yesterday eveuing when tho
Coptic was coming in, rotnrning
to the P M S S whurf before the
liner tied up.
Steamboat pooplo complain of
cold weuthor thoso duys. Ptirbor
Tuft of tho Iwalaui says it is quito
cool at Lahaina and on the Ha
niakua coast. Seeing him with a
haudkorchief tied around his nock,
ono might think ho had been hit
with a "back caBt" snow-ball.
Tho 0 & 0 S S Ooptio, Inman
Soalby, Lieut It N B, commander,
tied up at PaciCc Mail wharf late
yesterday afternoon aftor a voyage
of a littlo ovor G days from San
Francisco. Sho brought a largo
numbor of passougors for Hono
lulu, and has quito a list for tho
Purser C. Lacy Goodrich of tho
S S Coptic roports: Loft San
Francisco Jan 10 at 1:57 p m;
thence to 19th hud light variublo
winds and smooth seas; thence to
port had southerly to northerly
modaruto winds and moderate
seas. Arrived Jan 22 at 1:27 pm.
Passage: G days, 1 hours and 02
The Coptic, liko tho two Orient
al liners that preceded her, is tak
ing an onornioii8 cargo of cotton
for tho mills in China. Every
foot of spare room in her hold
will bo jammed full of cotton. Sho
is also taking a big lot of flour,
which "mut go," or spaco could
not bo found for it. It is stated
that thoro is enough more cotton
ooming to fill several steamers.
S F Chrouiclo.
Tho S F Chrouiclo of tho lGth
says: Tho ship Hawaiian Isles,
Captain Kustel, arrived from Now
castlo yesterday with a cargo of
coal, after a remarkably quick run
of fifty-nino days. Tho only in
cidont of tho voyago was tho death
of II A Cummings, a forecastle
hand, on December 2. Cum
mings had been sent aloft, but had
only mounted about twonty feet
in tho fororigging whon ho foil
back on tho deck, striking on his
head and breaking his nock. He
was buried at sea the saino day.
Soveral vessels damaged in the
recent heavy storms are undergo
ing repairs at tho Merchants' dry
lock and in that vicinity. Tho
bark Fresno, recently towed into
port in distress, on uccouut of a
broken rudder, is alongside at
Main street. Tho jury ruddor,
rigged in niidocean, proved to bo
a curious affair. Tho spaukor
boom had been thrust through a
storupost and a fan, mado of two
iuch planking, rigged ovor its
jaws. With this the bark was
steered half across the Pacific S
The SF Chronicle of Jan 1-1
says: It was officially given out
yosterday that tho steamship Mo
nowai, duo to arrivo from Austra
lian ports today, will bo retired in
favor of the Moana, a faster and
more commodious vessel, recontly
purchased in England by tho
Union Steamship Company. Tho
Monowai will bo placed in the in
tercolonial trade. Sho will mako
I ho outbound trip on her schedule
time, but tho Moana will arrivo in
lior 6toad in March. Tho Moana
is of 1500 tons registar, 1000 tons
larger than tho Monowai, aud on
her trial trip attained a speed of
bisteon and one-half knots, Avith
an average of fifteen knots. She is
especially desigued with a viow to
passenger accommodations, with
elegant promonado decks aud
cabins, staterooms 8 by 10 feet,
lighted with iucaudescent lamps
aud ventilated with electric fans,
and a very commodious social hall,
eiVgnntly furnished and fitted out
wilii a stna for theatrical enter
tainmouts, It is expected that tho
Moana will lesson tho time be
tween this city and Sydney by
From San Francisco, por S S
Coptic, Jau 22 For Honolulu:
Paul Neumann, Mrs Paul Neu
mann, Mrs John Gillig, Mrs Mar
qnardt, A Hamilton, J A Hart,
Donald do V Graham, II M Gil
lig, C A Spreokels, G M Booto,
Mrs W W Dimond, W O Wilder,
Mrs W C Wilder, Mrs Fredericks,
Miss Isabella Winslow, Miss
Mario Winslow, J M Hill, Mrs W
A Hardy, Count Korgorlay, H J
Hart, Mrs H J Hart, P A Falken
borc, Mr and Mrs E S Gibbons,
Mrs J W Scott, MrsLFSolfridge,
O T Johnson, A J Mooro, G O
Gallagher, O Dauiol. For Yoko
hama: T Uyeuo, Justus Briggs, S
Tsukiyama, Foster Milliken, Miss
11 C Browno, Mrs J B McCroary,
A J S Lefroy, E T Osborn, Goo
W Wurzler. For Kobe: Mr Al
bort Graff. For Shanghai : Bev T
G Britton, Mrs T C Britton and
child, Bev F II Cbulfunt, Mrs F
H Chalfaut aud 2 children, Miss
C E Hawes, Miss Mary A Po&ey,
Miss Lulu F Hacker. For Hong
kong: Geo P Mossorry, F S liar
doubrook, aud Geo B Swayne.
I'.x stmr Konln -'iWi ting sugar,
taro, nun sundry pachugrs.
Ex atmr Mokolll 31 bug" taio, J5 calves, 5
Jacks, 4(1 pgn, tic.
Fiiiiur, Jnn. 2.'.
S 8 Coptic, 8cnlby, from Stin Francisco.
8tmr Kla, Mosler, from ports on Oalm.
Satciidav, Jnn. 93.
8tmr J A Cummins, Senile, from O.iliu
Stmr Mokolll, NclIon, from Moloknl.Maul,
n J Lanal.
Stmr Kllnuca Hou, Frecmnn, from Hn-
Fkidat, Jan. 12.
Am bk Matllila, McKcnrie, for 1'ugot
Stmr Mlknlmla, Thompson, for Makaucll.
Stmr Kcnuliou, Thompson, for Knbuku.
8atuiuiat, Jan. 23.
8 8 Coptic, Scalby, for Yokohama.
Nor uk White Hose, Anroc, for l'ujcct
Uk Ariljownn, Breu, rnet Sound.
8tmr Iwnlnul, Gregory, for Lntalna.
8lmr Xocnu, t'eterson, for llonokau and
Wlioro Honolulu I'copla II.iy Wnr
Central Union Chuhcii. Cor
ner licietatiia nnd Itiahmds sheet,
DhurImh P Birmo, iiniiiHtfi- Porvi-
cos bunday, Jan. J4th: At l):ou, it.
tn. Sunday School aud Bihlo
olnss; 11a. m., public worship nml
sermon; 3:30 p, m., Junior En
do.tvor; G:30 p. n- . Y. P S. C. K.
prnyor mooting; 7:30 p. in., piaisu
sorvicp with special music. Pnlunn
Chapol Hov J. M Lewis, p'stor.
9:-15 'i. in., Sunday school; 7:15 .
in. Gospel sorvico Sunday schools
Japanese in Lyceum ut 10 a. m.,
Portuguese on Punchbowl street
and Hotel street mission at 2:30 p.
m. Prayer meotingi at tho cliiiroh
Wednesday, 7.30 p. m., at Paluniu
Chapel Friday. 7:15 p. m. A cor
dial wolcomo for all at evory
FntsT Methodist Episcopal
Chuhcii. Cornor of Boiotaniaund
Millor stroots. Bov. H. W Peck,
pastor. Sunday, Jan. 21th: 10 a.
m., Sundtiy school and pustoi'a
Biblo class; 11 n. m , sermon by
pastor "Lovo with Duty;" G:30
p. m. Senior Epworth Longuo;
7:30 p m., Sixth Illnstr-dod
Bblo Talk. Pearl City, 2:15 p.
in., Sunday school; 3:30 p. in.,
sormon by pafetor. Ewa Plouta
lion, 7:30 p. m., sormon and song
service. Wednesday, 2:30 p. in.,
Junior Epworth League and pus
tor's class. Wodnesdny, 7:30 p. in.
prayer sorvice. A cordial wolcomo
to all sorvici'3. Sonts frco.
CmtisTiAN Cnuncii. Alakoa
htreot near King. J. M Monroo,
pastor. Services for Lord's Day,
Jan. 24th: Proitehing at 11 a. in.
aud 7:30 p. m. by tho pastor; mor
niugthemo, The Gospel Ministry:
Who Constitute?" ovoniugBubjoot,
"An Afilicted Nobleman, and
How He was Rostored." Tho or
(linnnoo of baptism will bo ad
ministorod after tho sormon at
the evening sorvico. Sunduy school
at 9:15 a. in.; communion at 12 m.;
Smith Street Mission School at 3 p.
m. Young People's pruyor meeting
at6:!() p. in Cliildtcr.'s mo'ting at
2:30 p. in. Monday; prayer moot
ing, Wednesday evening; Ladies
prayor inoetinc Friday at 3 p. m.
All aro cordially invitod to attend
Roman Catholic Cathedral
Sorvicos will bo as follows: G and
7 a in, Low Mass with Holy Com
munion; 0am, Mass with English
instruction; 10:30 a m, High Mass
with nntivo sormon; 2 p m, Rosary
aim nutivo instruction; 1:UU p m,
nativo instruction and Bonodio
tion; Weokdnys, Low Mass at 0
and 7 u m.
Latter -Day Saints Reorga
nized Chnroh of Jesus Christ of
Latter-Day Saints; Mililoni Hall,
rour of Opora Houso. Sorvicos
will be held on Sunday as follows;
10 a. in., Biblo diss; 11:15 a.m.
and G:30 p. m., preaching.
Y. M. C. A. Sunday, 11 n. m..
sorvice at Oahu jail; 3 p. m., boys
mooting in Assooiution Hall;
praise sorvico in Y. M. C. A. Hull
at 0:30 p. in.
Now Lanillnc from llark
"II. P. CllelJi'J." .
Best South Yorkshire
Hard Steam Coal
fir-SultubIe fur nil Sle-ini pur
poees. Till Con I Is atro h (nvotlto for
In ijimiitltleK to cult.
2240 Lbs. to tho Ton!
tW Kull Weight guaranteed. De
livered fit i- to imy pnrt of the city.
Steam Navigation Comp'y
Sale of Valuable Real Es
tate. In purnuance of an order of thp Cir
cuit C"Uit of the Kir t Cltcult of (lie
Hawnlliin NlniidH, tho un 'crlneil
will hell at ptibliit Miioilnn, nt I hf xuu
Hon rimiiir. of W. S Iiiice, Honolulu,
Tliurwiluy, Jiumary 21i, 1897, at 12
o'clock nonii, hII of ill, following ileti
crlheil Kent IC-iUte
Arm 1 E li 'Oiii'ik i ana nm ko
klhl IIh. e pill aim me k- klhi Akuu
o ka hi (i Kuku uiurtuena o ke kowa
o na poliukti mil luu o ku I'a Hale
pule, a p liolo Hem "So Kom, 252
pituku ma k Kuku, nlulla liolo Akuu
25e Kom lot pHiiku ovi ko I.lin'i,
ulullu liolo Akaii 73t Mil: 203 nuilui
ma ke Allium, nlulla liolo Ileni.2l3 I
nu:, iwu iuuhii inn kn I'm-Hid. 'nio a
hlki I kiilil I hooniHkn ul Mu kela
upuna mIiiu pnhule he 3:1-1(10 Ek i The
fume itiK Aiiiiiu 1 of Ko.iul I'utmt
1701 Kuleuna 000 to I, lie rltuiUt'il ut
Auwulolimu, Puiioh, Ouiiu.
V0 On tlil- Land there Is a lurgo
dwelling hou-H. in iih jumI and
Krouiidn there uru nunit-roils fruit trees
lu beurlnn, oruumeiitul tieeti, llow.ra
Belug situate at the eutruuee of
Puuoa Valle., tin climate Is delight
fully enol mill healthy.
tJbf' 'IV i in, Cush, United States
2jr Coiiveyuiice at xpeiine of Pui-chuM-r
A'lnuiil.-tnitf Is of tlicEstuluof Win.
H. Parker, (leceuHed, 50S-5t
20 Percent Discount
NEXT THIRTY DAYS
Wo will make tho abovo
discount . . .
For Gash. Only
On all orders received for
Fort and Hotel Streets.
Invites to Select from the
Fronob Bilks and SatinB,
Japauoso Silk Handkerchiefs,
Silk Ribbons, Velvets,
Dress Goods of ovory desoriptlon,
Flannels in all colors,
Skirting, Serges, Lining, Cot
Blankots, Quilts, Sheeting,
Curtains, Towels, etc.,
Clothinc. Shoos. Fanov find
Swontors, Socks, Collurs, Cufls,
Umbrellas, Haiidkoiohiefs, cto.
I At Ridiculous Low Prices
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
Btonmors of Uio above Lino running in oonnootion with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Botwocn Vancouver, V. O., nnd Sydney, N. 8. W., and calling at Viotoria, B. O.
Honolulu and Suva (liji),
-A.I3E 3DXTB -rr DEaroasronLiTTLTT
On or about the dates below stated, viz.:
Frmu 9jclnjr nnd Suta. for Victoria nml I From Vlcturln nnd Ynnrnnrrr, II. 0 to
VnncoiMer. II. O.I Hun nnd Sji!ncyi
Stmr "WAUHIMOO" January 20 Stmr "WAUIUMOO" Febrnkry 18
Stmr "MIOWTHA" February 21 Btinr"MIOWEltA" March 16
Stmr "WAIHIIMOO" March 24 Stmr "WAUHIMOO" AlHI 16
Bttur"MIOWlHlA' April 24 I Stmr "MIOWEKA" May 16
ThroiiKli Tickets IhshciI from Honolulu to Canada,
United States and Kui-opo.
FIlF.iaitT AMD rASSENOIUI AOENTSl
D. MoNicoll, Srontrenl, Cnnndu.
RoiiEiiT Kr.mi, Winnipeg, Cnnada.
M. M. Stpun, Snn Francisco, Cnl.
O. JIoL. IIiiowk, Vnncouror, II. O.
Oceanic ShamsUp Co.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
Tho Now and Fino AI Steel Steamship
Of the Oceonio Steamship Compnny will
be duo nt Honolulu from Sydney and
Auckland oil or about
JFeb. 4, 1897.
And will leavo for the abovo port with
Mails and Passengers on or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:
The Now and Fino Al Stce Steamship
" Monowai "
Of tho Oceanic Stonmnliip Compauy will
bo duo at Honolulu from Sau Francisco
on or nbout
Fob. 11, 1897.
And will havo prompt despatch with
Mails nnd Passengers for tho abovo ports.
Tho undersigned aro now prepared
ThroiiRli Tickets to All Points
in tlin I'ni tod States.
tST"For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passogo apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from 8. F.
for S. F.
Feb.2, 1837 Feb. 11, 1897
March 2, 1897 March 11, 1897
From San Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. Snn Francisco.
.ii-rive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Monowai, Feb 11, '97 I Alameda, Feb 4, 97
Alameda, Mo 11, '97 Mariposa, Me 4, '97
DR. C. A. PETERSON
.... REMOVED TO ....
No. 28 Emma Street,
Office Hours: 8 to 10 a. m., 2 to 4 nnd
7 to 8 p. m. Tolephone 752. 467-2m
DR. BERT. F. BDRGESS,
.Physician and Surgeon
Hours: 8:30 to 10 a. m., 1:30 to
4 p. m aud 7 to 8 p. rn. . . .
4US Punchbowl street or 143 Miller street,
Honolulu, OuUu. 4C0-U
A. O. WALL, D. D. S.,
Now Love's Building, Fort Street.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1032 King Street.
A Quiet, Homelike Place, where Trained
Nurses, MnHsnge, "Swedish Movement,"
Baths, Electrlcitv nnd Physical Training
may bo obtained.
P. S. KELLOGG, M. D
Telephono 639. Superintendent.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
Oceanic McaniD Co
5T For FrciRht and Pnssngo and all
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for tlio Hawaiian Islnnds.
Hen Steamship Go's
O. L. WianT, Prcs. S. . HOSE, Seo.
Oapt. J. A. KING, PortSupt.
Will leave Honolaln at 10 a. m., touching at
Lahaina, JIaalaea Day nnd Mukena tho
samoilay; Mahukona, Kawaibaonnd Lau
pnhoclioo the following day, arriving at
Into the same evening.
LEAVES UOHOtPT.P. AHRIVES nOBOtCLU.
"TnoHilny Feb. 2
Friday Feb. 12
Tuesday Feb. 2,1
Friday. Jn 29
Tuesday Feb. 0
"" Mar. C Tuesday. ....Mar. 2
rnuay Kelt. ID
llcturning, will leavo Hilo nt 1 o'clock
r. M., touching nt Laupahoehoe, Maun
konn nnd Knwolhae b-uuo day; Mnkenn,
llaalaea Hay nnd Lahaina tho following
day; arriving at Honolulu the afternoons
of 'lucHday aud Fridays.
Will call at Pohoiki, Pnna.
t&"&o Freight will be received nftoi
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday nt 6 r. m.
touching nt Kahului, Hana, Homoannd
Klpnhnlu, Mnul. Bcturning arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call ntNuu,Kaupo, on second trip
of each month.
iM No F-e!ght will bo recolved nftoi
p. m. on any of sailing.
This Company will reserves tho right to
make ohangos in tho time of departure nnd
arrival of its Bteamers without notice and
it will not be responsible for any conse
quences arising therefrom.
Consignees must be nt the Landings to
receive their Freight; this Compnny will
not hold Itself responsible for freight after
It hns been lauded.
Live Stock only nt owner's risk.
This Company wilt not be responsible
for Money or Valuables of pnbsengers
unless placed in tho care of Pursers.
Passeugera nre requested to pnrrhasa
tiokets before ombarking. Those failing to
do ro will be subjoct to an additional
ohargo of twenty-live por oent.
In Blocks to suit pur
chasers. Will deliver
aftor January 2, 1897.
g Inquire of
Tho Hawaiian Safo Doposit &
408 Fort Street
Situated on a Beautiful Hillside Overlook
ing the Ocean, and 1300 feet
above Sea Level.
Only 24 houra' sail from Honolulu.
Climato mild, clear dry ntniosphoro, free
from fogs nnd malaria, especial provision
for qniet nnd rpst ns well as for amuse
ment nnd outdoor life. Bates $2 per day
or 810 por week. Medical attendance extra,
DR. H. A. LINDLEY, Prop.,
325 tf Konn, Hawaii.
Gold mid Silvorwaro,
Crookory nml lvorywaro,
Wliito Grass Oloth, Mattings,
Wiokor and Stoamor Chairs,
Cigars, Etc., Etc.,
WING WO TAI & CO.,
214 Nuunnu Street, Honolulu,