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I3VEN1N0 HULLETIN, JANUARY 2(1, 181)7.
MOVEMENTS OF SHIPS
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
vtitiiMiN i runs oi' iMi:ur.sr M
Tiit.itcit n.v rut: uoiiot
Steamers of tho nbovo Lino running in connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
llotweon Vancouver, 1). 0., and Sydney, N. S". W., nnd callinff nt Victoria, B. O.
Honolulu nnd Hum (1'iji),
On or about tho dntca below stated, viz.:
From Sydney unit Siit, for Victoria am j From Victoria and Vancouver, II. C to
VnnroiiTsr. II. C.I Sma and Sydneri
A llrillili .linn or-iinrlii l'orl- VriMl.
Iimnril hiiiI Oiuuiird Hound
ship mitl StiKnr.
Now LhiiiIIiik fmtn Untk
"II. V Olirlil'J." . .
Tho bnrk S C Allen hns moved
into tho etroftiu.
The etciuuer Kauai leaves nt 1
today for Wniinon nud Kokiiha.
'I'lio trim lit t lo British gun-boat
loam arrivpd this morning, 17
days' from Esquimalt.
A crowd of ilnwaiinns on the
waterfront took quite an intorest
in tlio arrival oi tlio IcariiB.
The Mikahala for Kauai leaves
at 2 p m today, and the W G Uall
for the sumo island at 5 p m.
Tho S S AtiPtralia will be duo
from San Francisco with mails
and passengers on Tuesday, Feb
The brigantino Lurlino has fin
ished repairs, and will be towed to
Eahului by the stoamer Glaudiuo
The steamer Glnudino leaves at
5pm today for Maui and Hawaii.
She takes mail ami passengers on
ly for Hilo.
Tomorrow, high tide large ;
kigh tide small 10:10 a. m.;
low tido largo -1:15 p. m.; low tide
mull 0:15 a. in.
The Amric&u four - masted
schooner Alice Cooke sailed in
bailout yesteidny nfteruoou, bound
for Fort Towusetid.
Tlio dredge is again working
night and day where tho new
steamship dock nto to bo. She
is getting along first rate.
'Tho British bnrk Xorthbrook
will load uiinr for Now York.
This is the vpsppI which arrived
in diitress tho day before Christ
Tho steamor J A Cummins,
which loft port at 7 a in yesterday,
returnod from windward Qohu
last uight with car,o of sugar,
poffeo Aud hides.
Tho bark Martha Davis will
leavo sometime tomorrow for the
Golden Gate with a full cargo.
Captain Souln says tho hour of
sailing will depend on tho wind.
Tlio schooner Kauikeaouli ar
rived yesterday from Faauilo with
1182 bogs No 2 sugar for tho ship
S P Hitchcock. Thoschoouer will
return to Faauilo with a load of
At noon today tho ship S F
Hitchcock lmd 54,1)80 bags of
sugar in hor hold, and needed
4000 more to complete hor cargo.
She will probably get away in a
day or two tor New York.
Tho schooner Honolulu has
moved to Nuuauu street wharf,
having finished discharging ut tho
Itailrood wharf a fow days ago.
She has boon chartered to load
sugar for San Fruucisco by Wm
G Irwin & Co.
A deserter from tho schooner
Alico Cooke, which loft port yes
terday, was capturod today. Cap
tain Evans found him stowed
away on Merchant streot, and had
quito a tussle Deforo landing him
in the "calaboose." Tho fellow
will bo shipped on ono of the
ahips bound for New York.
For Kapaa, per stmr James Ma
kie, Jan 25 J T Bioko aud threo
For Kahuku. per stmr Kaalo,
Jan 25-Mr Uowell.
VKS.-fKM IN VOltT.
VPS Alert, Hartford, San Francisco.
(Coasters not lnrtiuled In this list.)
Am chr Hubert Letters, (ioouman, New
castle. Am ship S 1' llltrlicock, dates, H F.
Am bk Martha I)1I, Sonic, 8 K.
Am Ijk t.'ejlon, C'allioun, Eureka.
Am l)k 8 C Allen. Johnfon, B V.
Am bktn J M Uiittltli, Arcy, I'uut Sound.
Am bktn Amelia, Wilier, I'uijet Sound.
Am sclir VV K Jeuett, Jolmsou, 1'ucct Sound.
Am ship II II Hyde, Scrlbner, B V.
Am eclir Transit, Joraenhon, 8 V.
Am tik Aldcn Heme Potter, 8 F,
Am bk Mulilcan, "uumlurii, 8 F.
Am liktn V II Dlmotid, NiUou, S F.
Am bktn Irmi;rd. Schmidt, H F.
Am IjMii At her, Cullioim. 8 F.
Hr bk Nortlibinok, l.uwdon, Uongkuiu;.
llfftn l.nrllne, Hrown, Kiiliulul.
(icr slil Marie llackfild, Kmse, Urimc.ii.
Ger bk J C (Hade, Liverpool.
Haw telir Honolulu, Tliouaprl, Tocopllla.
ilaw bk It I Illlliet, Turtle, Newcastle
Nor ship Anvake, Corncllnton, Newcastle.
A. J. Derby, D.D.S., Doqtal
ofiicu Cottngo No. 100, Alakoa
etroot, tolophono No. 015. Office
hours 9 A.m. to 4 P.M.
Mo-uav, J.ui, 25.
Schr Kaulkcuoull, from I'anullo.
Stmr J A Cummins, Senile, from Oalm
Tcesoat, Jan. 20.
J! Jl M S lrarus, Fleet, from Esqulmult.
Am sclir Oen Mcl'herson, Carter, for Sau
Monday, Jan. 25.
Am selir Alice Cooke, Pcnliallow, Fort
Stmr Kaala, Mother, for Oaliu ports.
Stmr James Makcc, Tullett, for Kapna.
Stmr Mnkolll, Nellson, forMolokal, Maul,
Stmr Kcaubou, Tliompson, for MakaHcI!.
TuEsnAT, Jan. 60.
Stmr J A Cummins, Scarlc, for Ouliu
VF.SSnL9 LEAVINO TOMOKItOW.
Am bk Martha Davis, Soulc, for San Fran
cisco. OAltOOFS FItOM ISLAND TOUTS.
E 'ehr rCiulkenoull-IlSJ ba' sugar.
Kv htmr J A Cummins (Jan 2J) IH2 bags
suuar, 45) b.'un rice.
I'.TMinr.) Oiimmlin- 0SI1 hat's sugar, S9
b.li; rcdli i. ID b(ll hides.
"I I' '' VKSSKI.E ErrECTKI).
VuiwU!. Where trom
Hrbk Ho.i enbeek Liverpool
Stbr l.lr-zle Vnnee, Sydney
Ilk CulLm. Vee.l6tle
Am U Ann I uruer,..Ncv York .
Am rliip Muy (lint.
Am iik livit
NlC bl. M(M-llllOII, ,(
Cit nt I'lJlur .... ,
lik Ci C I'eii-liin
111. In Vrcll r
itll lllIU I lltllLCI,, ...C. VUOilu.
(ler bk Paul l-enberi!... .Liverpool,
Am liktu I'lnliter
.tO(lKi: I i r.-uuluu. Ilanail, Jan 21. IS'J7,
to the uffe of Andrew Moore, a son.
IiOTI) -In Honolulu, Januarys."., ISU7, the
d milliter of Mr and Mrs William Boyd,
Hpi! ? nmntlis,
ANCKLIN'K Kl'lltAC-lleloved mother of
L.iurence Sheldon, at hvllel, at 8:30 this
tnorulni;. Ave (IT year
A 'ti'locoplc CeiiterlniHril
A craft has just been patented
whoio inventor promises that it
shall outpail anything of its size
that carries canvas. It bus got
the strangest centorboard of which
any one ever heard, that goes down
iuto tho water an unheard of
depth. Its sails aro 60 rigged that
they can be made to catch every
capful of wind that comes along.
The boat will fuirly fly undor the
gentlest of breezes.
William King of New Orleans
is tho inventor of this craft, and
thote aro all sorts of technical
phrases only known to sailor men
that are utilized to tell the wonders
of this skimmer of the seas. The
objcot of this vessel is to carry a
very much enlarged sail area and
get Bullicicnt bottom therefor from
the improved contorboard.
In almost every particular the
vessel differs from tho ordinary
croft. So for as tho hull is con
cerned, however, thero is no
chauge, but there aro two parallel
keels, which are merged iuto oach
other at their fore and aft onds.
Just between the keols, and capa
ble of vortical movement thoroin,
is tho main couterboard. It will
be obsorvod that this centorboard
and its auxiliaries put to defiance
all criticism that has boon so free
ly indulged in as to the non-utility
of tho contorboard.
Tho main contorboard is com
posed of eight principal sections
and four end sections that aro ar
ranged two at each end. Each of
those end sections has a tongue
and sideboards or panels, one of
tho latter being secured to each
side of tho touguo. Tho craft has
many equally peculiar featnros
about hor rig and the appliances
for manipulating sails and spars.
AVator colore and Oil colors in
sots suitable .for Xnias presents.
King Bros., Ifotol street.
NEWS OF FOREIGN NAVIES
WOltIC OP IlltfllSIl NIIirVAItDN
ron la nt ti:ah.
('Iiftiiura III tlio I'crlnd nf Nortlcn fur
Ilrltlxli CHiIeK I'lnn Itrcortl nr
During tho year just closed Bri
tish shipyards havo built fifty
niuo ships for tho British and for
oign navies, aggregating 155,849
tons, 377,980 horsepower, and over
853,000,000 in value.
A fine record was mado at tho
Portsmouth dockyard last month,
when from Monday morning to
Saturday noon thirty-ono armor
plates, averaging fifteen tons each,
wore put in place of the hull on
tho battle-ship Ciesar.
During the steam trials of tho
Fowerful tho temperature in tho
stokeholds ranged from 75 to 90
degrees. In other vessels fitted
with tho ordinary Scotch or tank
boilor, tho heat is never below 90,
and has gono as high as 140 de
grees. The Turbiana, a torpedo-boat
built at Wallsontl-on-Tyue to do
monstrato tho efficiency of steam
turbine engines, had a trial Do
ceinbor 18 and made tho romorka
ble speed of 29.(5 knots. Tho boat
is only 100 feet long, 9 feet beam,
and displaces 42 tons.
Tho Entro Rio, torpedo boat
destroyer, built in England for
tho Argentine Government, has
arrived at Buouos Ayres, having
made tho run from St. Vincent, a
distance of 3700 miles, without
calling at any port for coal. This
is tho longest run mado by any
Bad luck soems to follow recent
Fronch uaval construction. Tho
battlo-ship Caruot barely escaped
a serious accident through tho
timely discovery of deraugomont
of tho steering gear. Ilor boilers
woro also found to bo damaged
and tho ship was towed into
Toulon for repairs. Almost at
the same time the Charles Marteal,
battlo-ship, whilo undergoing
trials at sea, 6truck a floating spar
aud damaged one of hor propellers,
necessitating return to port.
.Tho entry of naval cadots in
tho British navy is to bo changed
aud goes into etl'ect at once. The
object is to gradually raise the
ago of outry uud to shorten to
somo extent the period of training
on the Britannia. Canots will
hereafter bo eutored threo times a
year instead of twice, as hithorto,
aud the appointments will bo
dated from January 15, May 15
and September 15, at which dates
the limits of ages for 1897 will bo:
January 15 aud May 15, 13J to
15 years; September 15, 13 to
15J. For tho entry on January
15, 1898, tho limits will be 14 to
15. There are to bo threo terms
of about thirtoen weeks oach year,
aud the period of trainiug on the
Britanuia will extend over four
tonus. The period of service as
naval cadet afloat is to bo eight
months, making tho timo from
entry to eligibility for promotion
iivo years, against six years in
'Cliuime" ou Ntrcetrnra.
Aftor oight years of litigation
the Now York Court of Appeals
has decided that a streetcar con
ductor cannot be required to
change a $5 bill, aud that a 82
bill is tho limit. Tho decision is
based upon tho reasonablo theory
that to compol tho conductor to
change large bills would oblige
him to carry a largo amount of
money and virtually to engngein
tho business of banking, which
would distract his attontion from
a proper oversight of his cars and
Best South Yorkshire
Hard Steam Coal
Etf Sultnblo for till 8teHtn pur
poses. This Coul In altrn a fuvorlto for
3NTe vvcastle Coal
1 1 u ii r 1 1 te- to Btlit.
2240 lbs. to the Ton!
tJtT" Ku" VWIutii guaranteed. De
livered lite in :ny part of the city.
Steam Navigation Comp'y
20 Percent Discount
NEXT THIRTY DAYS
Wo will moko tho above
discount . . .
For Cash Only
On all orders received for
Fort and Hotel Street.
Invika to Select from the
Fronch Silks and Satins,
Jnpntiepo Silk Handkerchiefs,
Silk Ribbons, Volvos,
Dress Gonds of every description,
Flttunels in nil colors,
Skirting, Sergos, Lining, Cot
Blnnkots, Quilts, Shooting,
Curtains, Towels, otc.,
Clothing. Shoes, Fancy and
Sweaters, Socks, Collurs, Cuffs,
Umbrellas, Hnndkoichiefs, etc.
At Ridiculous Low Prices
By virtue of a Writ of Execution issued
out of the District Court, on tho ISth day
of January, A. O. 1897, ngalustChow Sing,
defendant, in favor of In Sing, plaintiff, for
the sum of 219.2.1, I have levied upon
and shall oxpnso for sale at the Station
House, in tho District of Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, at 12 o'clock of Saturday, tho
20th day of F. bruary, A U. 1897, to tho
highest bidder, all tho right, title and in
terest of tho said Chow Sing, defendant,
iu and to the following property, unless
snld judgment, Interest, costs and my ex
penses bo previously paid.
Liit of property for sale:
Consisting of tho ono-tenth interest iu
the lcasohold rights and assets of tho Arm
of Sun Wong Wo Company, a Banana
plantation, bliuatod on tho mauka Bide of
tho Waikiki road at Waikikl.
Honolulu. Oahu, January, 10, A. D. 1897.
H. K. HITCHCOCK,
Deputy Marshal Itepublio of Hawaii.
Hospital Flower Society
FRIDAY, Fob. 12, 1897,
At 8 o'clock P. M.
Proceeds to be used in Aid of n Freo Bed
at tho Hospital.
Tiokets, - $2.50,.
Admitting Gentleman aud Ladles nud In
fjtr Tickets on sulo at the Leading
Uruggists. uia ot
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" Jnntmrj 20
Stmr "MIOWUltA" Fobmnry 24
Stmr "WA1UUMOO" March 24
Stmr "MIOWEUA" April 24
Through Tickets issued
ritEIQHT AKD rABSENOEIt AdENTS
D. MoNiooll, Montreal, Cnnndu.
Robert Keiik, Winnipeg, Canada.
M. M. STEnjJ, Sim Francisco, Cat.
G. JIoL. BitowH, Vnucottver, B. C.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Australian Mail Service,
For San Francisco:
Tbe Now nnd Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of tho Occnnio Stenmship Comrmny will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Sydney nnd
Auckland on or n!xut
InVb. 4-., 1897.
And will lenve for tho nbove port with
Mnilii nnd PnuHeuRers on or nbout thnt
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho Now nud Fino Al Steo Steamship
" Monowai "
Of tho Occnnio StenmHhip Compnny will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Snu Francisco
on or nbout
Feb. 11, 1897.
And will hnve prompt dimpntch with
alnils nnu l'nsBcnRerfl for tlio nlKive ports.
The undersigned nro now prepared
Through Tickets to All Points
in tlio United States.
t3JFor further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
for S. F.
Fob.2, 1897 Fob. 11, 1897
March 2, 1897 March 11, 1897
From Snn Frnncisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. San Frnncisco.
Arriie Honolulu. Ltaie Honolulu.
Monowai, Fob II, '07 I Alameda, Feb 4, '07
Alameda, Mo 11, '97 Mariposa, Mo 4, '97
Dr. W. L. Moore
Special attention given to diseases of the
eye and car.
nm- ,...... J 0 to Id am.
Waianuonuo Ave. uear Court Ho'abe. jC3-ti
DR. C. A. PETERSON
.... BEHOVED TO ....
No. 28 Emma Street,
Offlco Hours: 8 to 10 a. m., 2 to 4 and
7 to 8 p. m. Telephone 762. 407-2m
DR. BERT. P. BDRGESS,
Physician and Surgeon
Hours: S:30 to 10 a. m., 1:30 to
4 p. m aud 7 to 8 p. in, . . .
440 Punchbowl street or 14!) Miller street,
Honolulu, Oaliu. 460-tf
A. C. WALL, D. D. S.,
Now Lovo's Building, Fort Stroot.
8tmr "WAUIUMOO" Februnry 16
Btmr "MIOWEUA" Mnrch 16
Stmr" WAUIUMOO" April 10
Stmr "MIOWEUA" May 16.
from Honolulu to Canada,
t3T For Freight nud PnssnRo nnd nil
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Acents for tbo Hnwniinn IslnndB.
n mm 10 s
O. L. WIGHT, Pre. 8. II. HOSE, Soo.
Capt. J. A. KINO, 1'ortSupt.
Will lenvo Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching at
Lalminn, Manlaea Hay and Makcna tho
samo day; Mahukonn. Kawaihao and Lau.
pnlioouoe tho following day, arriving at
Hilo tho same evening.
LKAVKS UOaOLni.Q. ARRIVES HONOLULU.
Tuesday Feb. 2 I Friday. .
rriimy reo. IB
Tllcsuuv Pnli. 0.1
Tuesday Ft-b. 9
Friday Veb. 10
Friday Mur. fi Tuesday." .".'.'Mar. 2
Returning, will leave Hilo at 1 o'clock
p. m., touching at Laupahoehoc, Malm
kona nnd Kawalhno sine dayj JInkenn,
Maaliiea Uuy imd Luhaiuu tho following
day; arriving at Honolulu tho nftomoona
of I nosdny and Fridays.
Will call at 1'ohoiki, Fnua.
WNo Freight will bo received after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will k-uva Honolulu luesday at 5i.m.
touching at Kuhulul, liana, Hatnoa and
miuuuiu, .uaui. neiurniug arnvos at
Honoluln Sunday mornings.
lonomiu Hundoy mornings.
Will call at Nun, Kanpo, on second trip
of each month.
aPNo Freight will be recoived after
p. m. on day of sailing.
This Company will reserves tho right to
make ohunges in tho time of departure and
arrival of its steamers without notice and
it will not be responsible) for any conse
quences arising therefrom.
Consignees must bo at tho Landings to
1 receive their Freight; this Company will
j not hold itself rcspontiblo for freight after
it has been laudod.
Live Stock only at owner's risk.
This Compuuy will not bo responsible
for Money or Valuables of pussengers
unless placed in tho care of Pursers.
Passengers aie requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. ThOto idling to
do so will be subject to an additional
charge of twenty-live per cent.
In Blocks to suit pur
chasers. Will deliver
after January 2, 1897.
E" Inquire of
The Hawaiian Safe Deposit &
408 rort Htrt
Situatod on a Beautiful Hillsido Overlook
ing tho Ocean, and 1300 feet
abevo Sea Level.
Only 24 hours' sail from Honolulu.
Climate mild, cleitr dry atmosphere, free
from fogs and malaria, especial provision
for quiet aud rest as well as for amuse
ment aud outdoor life. Bates $2 per day
or $10 per week. Medical attendunce extra,
DK. H. A. LINDLEY, Prop.,
325 tf Kona, Hawaii.
Gold nnd Silvorwnro,
Crockery unci lvorywuro,
"White Grass Cloth, Mattings,
Wiokor nnd Stoamer Chairs,
Cigars, Etc., Etc.,
WING WO TAI & CO.
214 Nuuauu Street, Honolulu.
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