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EVENING BULLETIN JANUARY 25, 1897.
SOME WAT:rFnuI4T ITEMS
KIIU.III1 CUtitIM AM. AI.O.MI Till:
A NntrtherlriXrrrrr Jluki-n Truiihle
W. ti. IriOn Millcil Willi I'lill
Ciiri;i mi Naliirn 'lf.
The ship Mnrio Hnckfeld is ly
ing in tho stroam.
Thi etpftiner lv.il.iucm llou is ou
the Marino lli.ilwny.
Thn RphmnT K- Tui will snil
touionow for Pnauilo.
TIip Kunlii is to leave nt 3 today
for Kiibuku nud Puuiiluu.
Tlio Cluutlino unloaded hor
sugar at Oceanic dock today.
For Nawiliwili, tlio Mikhala will
talco pafcgongers tmuoirow, but uo
Over thirty thousand bags of
sugar worn dipjhmgrd from island
A dcBir'or from tho bark White
Rose whs captured by the water
front police ou Saturday.
Tho Waialealo and James Ma
fcoe put sugar into the Murtha
Davis in the stream today.
Tho bark J G Glade lias moved
to Fort stroot wharf to discharge a
few baud red toim of eoul
The steamer Kauai discharged
II HnckfV Kl it CoV Migiir nt Sor
eueon's for tho ship 11 13 Hyde.
Tho S S Wnrriinoo should bo in
port Wednesday from the Colonies
on her way to British Columbia.
Tho JmncH Makeo leaves at -1
this afternoon for Kapan, and the
Keauhou the same time for Maka
weli. The Keauhou put No I Kahuku
sugar into tho barkentino W H
Diuiond toduj for M S Giiubnum
Tomorrow, high tide largo 11:51
p. in.; high tide smnll 9:25 a. m.;
low tide largo 3:15 p. m.; low tide
small 5:'25 a. in.
The can buoy which was dragged
out of position on Saturday by
tho Coptio was returuod to its
right place today.
Tho steamer Mikalmla brought
Kauai sugar yesterday for W G
Irwin & Co nud II llaokfold fe
Co. The bark Ceylon went along
side this morning to recoivo an
Qu Saturday tho brigautine W
G Irwin sailed for San Francisco
with 8743 bngs sugar, shipped by
Win G Irwin fc Co nud 11 Hack
fold & Co The c.irgo was valued
Tho S F Exnminer of Jnu 1(5
says: The n-w steel r.tenmer thnt
for tho piibl three months has been
Ujulor roiistiuctiou nt the Union
ifon Works for the V ilder Stoam
shij) Company of Ilouolulu will
be launched ou Monday at 10 a in.
The steamer is inteudod for tho
interisland tiade and whou com
pleted bho will be the handsomest
one of tho ileot of eight veseols in
txi eomnnnv'ri snrviee. Sim in 175
feet long, 'M fc-oL 'uouiii and 15 ieC! '
dopth of hold. SI r will hno a
displacomont of 700 tons nd hor j
engines nro rnia'cl to dovelop
"'..orBe power. She will bo
"known as tho Ileleno.
A stioug soatl.eily biocze
sprnnt' i,n ii Rntnrrl .y nftoniom),
which gnvo the S S Coptic con
sideiablo diflb-ulty in leaving port.
At 4 p m tho big liner uturted to
haul hor bow out by a line tied to
thu can buoy off tho light-house,
but inst 'd of tin- .ffnnthhip inov
iug out, the buoy and its anchor
were dropped half wiy acioss tho
lnubiii'. Tl'. lino amis again run
out and tn-teued uionud tho foun
dation of the dwelling houso of
tho light-house keeper, nud with
tho assislanco of tho tug Eleu tho
Coptic was swung out from tho
wharf. Before sho was altogether
clear, though, tho otorn struck the
wharf, carrying nwny two or threo
piles, ono of whioh cuiightbotweon
tho blades of the propollor. Tho
big pioce of timber Boon float
ed clear, however, nnd tho liner
From Kauai, per stmr W G
Hull, Jan 21. Paul Isouborg, Sr,
nnd wife, Miss P Jsenborg, Miss
0 Isenberg, Mrs II Itionberg, Miss
11 lsenbeig, G N WileoK, Mrs C II
Kluegel, II P Walton and 32
From Maui ports, per stmr
Claudino, Jnn 21. N Omsted,
Mrs L E Atwater, Mrs Faust and
daughter, Miss Fernandez, I) Con
way, S L Hcjrnor, 0 Thool, Mrs
Lwiiwi ne T n pro Ciii fu ii i m
Moilou niul ? childien, Mrs A
Manase, Thos Brown, A Euos and
rife and 2'J deck.
i Hsnxanim dei'Ahted.
For San Francisco, per bgtu W
G Jrwin, Jan '23. AI Lazarus and
A K ( 'ions.
For Japan nnd Chiun, per S S
Coptio, Jan 23. E F Sweeny, B
T Miller,! A Wattie, Sung Chuck
Joining Shli y riiime
Tho kito has bocome a means to
the transmission of tho human
voice from one warship to another
while tho licet is in nctivo service.
It is tho strangest adjunct tho tele
phone bus yet enjoyed, but it is
none tho less valuable. Just what
chu be doLe line been demonstrat
ed by Commander 11. G. O. Tup
por of the royal navy at Ports
mouth, Englnnd, according to lato
nowspaper reports from that conn
try. TIih kite used by Commander
Tuppor in tho experiments he
made was of tho logulation Hort,
except that it was minus n tail. It
was six feet long and thrco feet
wide at tho broadest point. In
place of tho tail the kilo carried
two lin9, one of which wne ve
tainoU on board tlio .Daring, tho
instructional torpedo boat destroy
er, fiom which tho experiments
were conducted. With the aid of
the wind and theHe two lines, it
wns found that the kite was so
easily mnnuged thnt it was no
trick at all to drop letters or ovou
ft liawsor into another ship, nud iu
this way establish communication.
Foil iwing this oxperimoutcamo
ono with n wire. Tho end of tho
wire whioh tho kito bore nwny
from tho ship wns dropped upon
tho deck of 11. M. S. .Dauntless,
whero it was secured by tho elec
trician of tno ship and attatohed
to a telephone apparatus in wait
ing. Tho other end, which had
remained aboard the Dnring, wns
also attached to a telephone, nnd
as soon as this task was completed
tho twoships woro in perfect com
munivution. Tho kito romainod
suspended, secured by tho two
Hues, for more tlinn four hours,
during which time communica
turn between tho Daring and the
Dauntless was uninterrupted.
When tho kito was pulled in it
was not becniipo thoro was any
necessity for it, but for tho reason
thut it was desired to disconnect
the instruments and take iu tho
This achiovemont is what olec
tricians of tho navy of both Eng
land and tho United Stntos have
long held to bo possible. Thoy
hnve declared that there wan no
reason why communication of
tli -'' -houM not bo establish
d between nhips when nt pen nnd
only a low hundred foot apart if
the weather were at all pleasant.
Of course, in a galo anything of
this sort would bo impracticable
Tho ixpoiiniont made also
showed that it is possible to ur
raugo for a now system of signals
from one s'ni) to another that
would be gron.tly superior to any
ilag system which could bo con
ceired. If tho telephone wire
can bo arranged in this manner
there is uo reason why telographio
communication cannot bo mado
in n similar fashion. In this case
an operator aboard tho flagship
could carry on a conversation
with his follow operator aboard
ono of tho float without difficulty.
The admiral's orders could be
easily transmitted from time to
time, nud often avoid, what is
now considered necessary, boat
Alfred 0. Harrasworth is called
tho young Napoleon of English
journalism. Ho is only 30 and
has boon in business but eight
years. He is the proprietor of
oighteon ionninip, four of thorn
dailies, two of which aro Loudon
dailies and tho rest weeklies. His
fortune, which he mado himself,
is estimated at a number of mil
lions of dollars.
8tttr Wnlnk'.ilc, Parker, 'from I'uulkl.
Sin u ir, Jan.UI.
Stmr Clnmllm.-, Cnmcion, fiom ports on
Stmr V.' O Hall, IIhrIiiiiiI, from ports on
Stmr MILnlin'n, Thompson, fiom portion
Stmr Ksusl, Hrulin, from Knnnl ports.
Stmr Jnm MaW, Tullt'tt.lrom Knttnt.
Stmr KuauUuu, Tliompsun, from Kaliuku.
Satukdat, J iin. 23.
Am btn W (J Irwin, Williams, for San
Monday, Jau. '25.
Stmr J A Cummins, Scarlc, for Oauu
VESSELS LEAVING TOMORROW.
Stmr (jlaudlnc, Cameron, for ports on
Stmr W 0 Hall, Haulund, for Kotoa. Ilnna
pepe, EK'i'Ii', Mnkaucll, Walmea, Kokalia
Stmr Mlknliala, Ihnmpson, for llanamau-
III, .Miuiiuuii ami AiaiKlnl.
Sclir Kn Mol, lor I'.iaullo
OAROOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
E"c stmr Kauai 5114 ban sugar.
Ex sclir Ka MoI--2ld' bajjs tuy;r.
Et ktmr Kituliou -3150 h.ij sntar.
Ex stmr Mikalmla o&llj bays suar.
Ex stmr Kllauia llou 85l)C biL's sucar.
Ex stmr James Makce SCO'i bns suar.
Ex stmr W (J Hull lllfU bit's suyar, B0
bags rlie. In lidl hides, 4 pki:s sunilrks.
Kxstmr Walaleale -'J.r.ll b.ic mu'ir, l95
bans paddy, I crls UilcUii", lu bills bas, t!
Ex stmr Claudlnc 1IM24 bat; susar, IT.-t
bags potatoes, 2M Days corn, 4II head cattle,
I horse, 51 bides, l'J lios and M iiKs sun
dries. VhSSKI.J 1. run l.
UPS Alert, Ilanfurd, San Francisco.
(Coasters not Included lu this list.;
Am sclir Alice Cooke, Peuliallow, Port Town
send Am sclir Robert Lcuers, Goodman, New
castle. Am ship S P Hitchcock, Gates, S K.
Am bk Martha Dull, Sonic, S F
Am bk Cejliiii, Cnlliouii, Eureka.
Am bk S C Mien, .Iidnion, S F.
Am bktn J M (Irltlllli, Arev, Puet 8ound.
Am bktn Amelia, Wilier, Pimtt Sound.
Am sclir W F Jewctt, Johnson, Pimet Sound.
Am sclir Oen McPherson.Cartcr. Mexico.
Am ship II I) lljde, Scilbncr, S F.
Am scbr Transit, JorKensou, S r.
Am bk Alden Hesse, Potter, 8 P.
Am bk Mohican, Saumlcis, S F.
Am bktn W 11 Dime. nil, Nllsou. S F.
Am bktn Irmuard. Schmidt, 3 F.
Am bktn Archer, Calhoun. 8 F.
Ur bk Northbrook, Law don, llongkom;.
Illltn Lurllnc, IJrowii, Kahulul.
(er ship Marie Hackfekl, Krusc, llrcmen.
Her bk J C tllsde, Liverpool.
Haw schr Honolulu, Thonael, Tvcopllla,
Haw bk 11 P Rllhcl, Turne. Newcastle
Nor ship AoVk, Cornellnsou, Newcastle.
FOUKIGN VKSSEL9 EXPECTED.
Vessels Whero trom Duo
Brbk ItoulcnbecU Liverpool Duo
Schr Lizzie Vance, Sjduey, Due
UkCallao, Newcastle Duo
Am bk Amy Turner,.. Now York Jan 20
Am ship May Flint SF
Am bk Albert t V Jan iS
Nil. bk Dotillnlo'i Newcastle
Cll y of Piklni: Yokohama Jau 2U
JJI, (J C Perklus .N(.weaitlo,.,,J(iuyi
Bkt n Wrestler Newcastle ... .Jan al
Am bktn Planter Newcastle... Jan 111
Gcr bk Paul lsenberi;.. ..Liverpool ...Apr 20
A fow dnys ngo two "mnlihinis"
mot another of their kind on tho
corner of Fort and Uerotauia
streets. Tho louo ono accosted
tho oilier Iwo in Ilawniiau or
what was intended for Ilnwaunn.
Tho two were immediately soized
with a dosiro to make a break for
some rofugo, thinking they had
como upon a oouui ooa ibiiuiu
cannibal or a homicidal maniac
Tho fact was thoir worthy friond
tried to surprise them by spook
ing in the native tonguOj but only
succeeded in frightening them
near to death by the mangled Ha
waiian phrases he throw at them.
Tho atteudanco at tho Makeo
Island band coucort yestordav
aftornoon was larger than usual,
aud if anything tho music was
better. Tho four solos rendered
woro much oujoyed.
Andrew Percy Bqnnett, who has
been appointed British Consul at
Now York, is ouly2G years of ago.
Ho is tho youngest paid Consul in
tho British sorvico.
In Franco when a roil way train
is more than ton minutes Into tho
company is fined.
Now Lmiilliiir fiom liatk
"B. 1. Cliuie." . .
Best South Yorkshire
Hard Steam Coal
gJB Suilalilt' for all 8tpum pur
poau.ii. This Cinil 1-4 nli-o u fuvoiito fur
DOMESTIC USE I
In 'j'luntltiea to Gillt.
2240 Lbs. to the Ton!
to7 Full Weight guaranteed. De
livered tit ? to any part of the city.
Steam Navigation Comp'y
20 Percent Discount
NEXT THIRTY DAYS
Wo will make the ubovo
discount . . .
For Gash Only
On nil orders received for
Fort and Hotel Strcots.
Invites to Select from the
Fioncli Silks nntl Sitinx.
Jipauoso S'lk Miindkurchiofs,
Silk Ribbons, Volvt-ts,
Un-ss Go.ids of ovuiy desoriptiou,
FlannoiB in till culurs,
Skirtitig, Strges, Lining, Cot
Blunkotfl, Quilts, Shot-ting,
Curtains, Tuwela, otc. ,
Clothing, Shoos. Fancy and
Sweaters, Sooks, Collars, Cuffs,
Umbrellas, llnndkeichiefs, etc
At Ridiculous Low Prices
By virtuo of u Writ of Exeoutiou issuod
out of tlio District Court, on tho 15th day
of Jnaunry, A. D. 1807, iifitiiuBtChow Slug,
defendant, in fnvor of In SliiR, plaiutill', for
tho hum of 5'.''0 23, J have levied upon
ami hIuiII oxpnho for sale at tho Station
Iloutio, in tho District ot Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, at 12 o'clock of Saturday, tho
20th day (if F liruary, A II. 1807, to tho
MHiiesl uuiuer, an mo ii(!iu, iiuu nuu ui-
l.inf nf tlin Mfllll PIlHW Klnt llf.fHtlllnn t .
l.t u,.l tr. Ilm fnlltwitirt i.rnfinrtv. lllllftriR
siild jndgmtnt, interest, costs and my ox
peusoa bo previously paid.
List of property for sales
Consisting of the one-tenth interest in
the leasehold rights and assets of tho tirm
of Sun Wong Wo Company, a Banana
plantation, situated on tho mnulta Bide of
the WaiUikl road at WaiUiki.
Honolulu, Oahu, January, 10, A. D. 1807.
II. It. UITOHCOOK,
Doputy Marshal ltepublio of Hawaii
Hospital Flower Society
FRIDAY, Fob. 12, 1897,
At 8 o'clookr. ti.
1'iocecds to bo iibcd In id of n Freo Bod
at tho Hospital.
Tiokets, - $2.50.
Admitting Gentleman and Ladies nud in
JMr Tickots ou sale at tho Leadiug
HruBUists. 513 Ot
Gsnadiaii-Aiisiraliaii Steamship Line
Steamers ot tho above Lino running in connection with thu
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vnuoouvor, B. O., nnd Sydney, N. H. W., nnd culling nt Victoria, B. O.
Honolulu nnd Suva (l'iji),
-A.I3E 1DTTJ3 j&ji? laionsronijTTiwTr
On or nbout tho dntea bolow stated, viz.:
From Sydney mid Burn, for Victoria unit j From Vlclorln nnd Vnnrnuvrr, It. o to
Vnncoiivor, II. C.I Sinn nml .Sjdiwvi
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" Jnnunry 20 8tmr "WAllItlMOO" Febmnrv IB
Stmr "MIOWLllA" robrunry 24 . Stuir " JIIOWKltA" JlrcL 1R
. . mi. itilitmnii l I. n. If. . nut. i.i..m.n. ". .vA iu
oimr vfliiiiuuu mnrcu i-i
Stmr "MIOWEltA" April 24
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to Cniiadn,
United States and Kurojiu.
FltEIOHT AKD rABSKNOEll AOKNTfl:
D. MoNicoMi, Montreal, Canndti.
KoiiEitT Keiiii, Winnipeg, Cnnndn.
M. M. Htxiik, Snn Frnucisco, Cnl.
G. MoL. Biiowk, Vnneouver, B. O.
Anstralian Mail Senrlce.
For San Francisco:
The Now nnd Fino Al Stcol Steamship
Of tins Ocennio Steamship Company will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Sydney and
Auckland on or about
Hb. J-, 1807.
And will leavo for the above port with
Mails and Passengers on or about tbnt
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho Now nnd Fino Al Stco Steamship
" Monowai "
Of tbo Ocennio Stenmship Company will
be duo nt Honolulu from San Francisco
on or nbout .
And will hnve prompt despatch with
Mails and Fossengera for tbo above ports.
The undersigned aro now prepared I
Through Tickets to All Points
in tho United States.
C3?For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. 5. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
for S. F.
Fob. 2, 1897 Feb. 11, 1897
March!!, 1897 March 11, 1897
From Son Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. Son Francisco.
Arriie Honolulu. Leau Honolulu.
Monowai, Feb 11, '97 Alameda, Feb 4, '97
Alameda. Mo 11, "97 I M.uiposa, Mi-4, '97
DR. C. fl. PETERSON
, REMOVED TO ,
No. 28 Emma Street,
Offlco Hours: 8 to 10 a. m., 2 to 4 nnd
7 to 8 p. m. Telephone 752. 467-2in
DR. BERT. F. BURGESS,
Physician and Surgeon
Hours: 8:30 to 10 a. m., 1:30 to
4 p. m and 7 to 8 p. m. . . .
410 l'uuclibowl street or 11U Miller street,
Honolulu, O.Uiu. JOG-lf
A. C. WALL, D. D. S.,
Now Love's Building, Fort Stroot.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1082 King Street.
A Quiet, Homollko Placo, whero Trained
Nurses, Massage, "Swedish Movemeut,"
Baths, Electricitv and Physical Training
may bo obtained.
P. 8. KELLOGG, M. D
Telephone 639. Supeiiutcndent.
Subfioribe for the Evening Bol
lE'HN, 76 cents por month.
Oceanic Steamslim Go.
Oceanic mm Co
nimr "haiiiumuu Airll lfl
btmr "MIOWU1.A" Mv in
t3T For FreiRht and PaBsngo and all
General Information, npply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Acents for tlio Hawaiian Islands.
unci's mm nx
iii ! ...
O. L. WIUH1 , rrcs. S. B. HOSE, Soo.
Capt. J. A. KINO, I'ortSupt.
Will leavo Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching at
Lahaina, Maalacu Bay aud Mikena the
samodny; Mahukona, Kawaihaoaud Lau
pahoehoo tho following day arriving at
Hilo tho same orcuing.
LKAVKg UQMOI.PT V. ABnlVES HONOLDLU,
"Tuesday Feb. 2 I Friuny. .
Friday I'd). 12 Tuesday
Tuesday Feb. 2.1 Friday...
"Friday Mar, fi Tuesilay.
llotuming, will leavo Hilo at I o'clock
p. m., touchiug at Laupahoehoo, Mahu
kona and Kawaihao sun o day) Makena,
llinlnea Day and Lahaiua tho following
day; arriving at Honolulu the afternoons
of 1 uosday and Friilays.
Will cull at Tohoiki, Puna.
fJ"No Freight will Lo reccivod after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday at 0 p. m.j
touching at Kahului, Hima, Humoaand
Kipahnlu, Maui, llotuming arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, on second trip
of each month.
SP"No Freight will bo received of ter
p. m. on day of sailing.
This Company will reserves tho right fo
make changes instho time of departure and
arrival of its steamers without notice and
it will not bo responsible for any conse
quences arising thorefrom.
Consignees must bo at tho L&ndincg to
recelvo thoir Freight; this Company will
not hold itself responsible for freight after
it has been landed.
Live Stools only nt ownor's risk.
This Company will not bo responsible
for Money or Valuables of passengers
unions placed in tho caro of Pursers.
Passengers are requested to purchase
tiokets before embarking. Thoso failing to
do so will bo subject to an additional
charge of twonty-livo per cent
In Blocks to suit pur
chasers. Will deliver
after January 2, 1807.
JOT Inquire of
Tho Hawaiian Safo Doposit &
408 Fort Httnt llonolnla
Situatod on a Beautiful HillBido Overlook
ing tho Ocean, and 1300 feet
abovo Sea Lovel,
Only 24 houm' sail from Honolulu.
Climato mild, clear dry atmosphere, five
from fogs and malaria, especial provision
for quiet and rost as well as for amuse
rnont aud outdoor life. Bates S2 por day
or $10 per week. Medical attendance extra,
DR. H. A. LINDLEY, Prop.,
325-tf Kona, Hawaii.
Gokl and Silvorwaro,
Crockory und Ivory waro,
Whito Grnsn Cloth, Mattings,
Wicker nnd Steamer OhnirB,
Oig.u'3, Etc., Etc.,
WING WO TAI & CO.,
214 Nuunuu Street, Honolulu.
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