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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 27, 1897.
S S WAKRIMOO ARRIVED
TIIK AnRIllC'AN II UK ItlAltrilA
DAVIS OVIWAHD DOI1ND.
Ship S. P. IIHcliri.rll Will Null Tomor-
row llllii Nbliipliiir Nr la-
therrd Alone the Itock.
A Btiff south - woflterly brcczo
was blowing this morning.
Customs gunrri Kumnuu loft
tho force a night or two ago.
Tho Imrkontine W II Dimond
ie loading at It nil road wharf to
Tho BchoonorNokomi" has anil
od from Hilo with n full cargo of
sugar for Sau Francisco.
Tho Cauadinu-AuHtrnlinn etcnm
ship Warrimoo will leave at 10 to
night for British Columbia.
The bark Mohican received hor
first instalment of nugar from tho
Btcamcr JnniDs Makee today.
Tho steamer Hawaii is engaged
collecting BUgnr on tho Hawaii
coast for foreign vessels loading
Tomorrow, high tide largo 0:GO
am; high tide small 0:25 p in; low
tide largo 5:22 p m; low tido small
7:50 a m.
Tho steamer James Makeo
brought sugar today for C Brower
& Co, and ttie Keauhon for Win
Q Irwin & Co.
Tho James Maken leaves at 4 p
m today for Kapao, and tho Wai
ftloalo thu same time for Kilauoa,
Kalihiwai and Hanalei.
Tho big American ship S P
Hitchcock will finish loading this
afternoon and will depart for Now
York tomorrow afternoon.
The Norwegiau ship Audvako
has about iliiishod (Uncharging
coal, and will probably luavo with
in a week for I'uget sound.
Tho Hilo I'ribuno says: Tho
Henry Villard, Indiana and Cal
lao, three deep water voasols "will
bo heio soou to load sugar for tho
Besides a few hundred tons of
coal for horsolf, tho Wairimoo
leaves 1U4 tons of freight tit this
port. Tim wliito liuor is well
laden this trip.
People on tho watorfrout wero
trpated to somo enjoyable music
last night, which was dispensed
by a small baud aboard tho Bri
iish gunboat Icarus.
Tho Intor-Islaud steamer Mau
na Loa arrived shortly after 5
o'olock last night. Captain Sim
erson says tho weathor was a little
rough along Hawaii, tho wind
blowing from all points of tho
Tho Matsou lino Hawaiian bark
Roderick Dim, ltocko master, ar
rived iu port luol Wcdncbday
afternoon, fouitoen days from Sau
Francisco. A fiuo and plea&ant
trip was experienced down. The
RodoiiekDhu brought down 720
tons of caigo for touu and district
people Mr. Pluykott was tho
only passenger. Hilo Tribuno.
After a long stay in port, the
bark Martha Davis, Captain Soule,
sot sail this morning for Sau
Francisco. If the wind now blow
ing kepps him company a few
days, Captain Soule should make
a good run to tho Golden Gate.
The bark's cargo was mado up as
follows: G247 lnK- ujtir shipped
by C Brewer fe Co, 10,923 bags
BUgnr by F A Schaofer & Co, d572
bags sugar by 'I heo H Davies fc
Co, 13t.O bags sugar by Castle &
Cooke, and 50 empty wino barrels
by A Foruandes. Tho sugar was
valued at S72.0GS. 88.
Tho biggest pnilingvespnl in tho
world is tho Uermon ship Potosi.
She has also tho distinction of bo
ing thootily five masted, nquare
riggod sniliu;' vessel nfloat. Thnro
are eovoral five-masted and some
six-masted fore and aft-rigged
schooners sailing undor tho Amer
ican flng, onn or moio being fami
liar objoots iu San Francisco bay.
Tho Potosi is srjuaro-riggod on
four masts, tho fifth being bark
rigged. Hor dimensions aro hugo.
She is 3G2 foot in longth ovor all,
49 feet 9 inches breadth of bourn,
aild her tonnage is about G000
One of tho groatost things ovor
done for those who go down to tho
sea in ships was tho establish
ment of thn Hignal codo of flags,
for it mattorB not whattonguomon
may speak, if thoy can read thoir
own, they nre nblo to communicato
with ar.uthtr vcsjcI. A vc.od on
Hie high Bens a few days ago
from some far-off port, with an
nnpronounceablo uamo and a na
tivo crew was starving rapidly.
It hung out flags to that effect, I
which, being seen by a passing
Bteamor, woro at ouco responded
to with a boatload of piovisious.
The signal codo establishes a uni
versal languago, within certain
Following is the report of the
Warrimoo: Tho RMS Warri
moo, WE White, R N R, com
mander, left Sydney on Jan 13 at
4 p in, and experienced light to
raoderato windB to Mount Wash
ington, which was passed on tho
19th at 2 a m, and arrived at Suva
same day at 7:45 a m. Left aguin
entuo afternoon at 2 p m, and had
light S E winds through Fiji
group, which was cleared at 4 a
m tho following day. Passed Alofa
Island tame aftornoou at 5 pm,
and experienced moderato S E
trades to 8 S Lat; thonco to 2
N Lat had strong winds and squal
ly weathor with heavy rains.
Crossed Equator on 22d inst at 5 '
p m, ana sigiucu xv iu a juiowora, i
bound south, on 23d at 1 p m. ;
Thence to arrival at Houolulu had j
light winds uud calms with fiuo !
From Hawaii and Maui, per
stmr Mauna Loa, Jan 2G J F
J Cooper, J H Fottos, R S Moler,
0 B Reynolds, W Muller, Dr AR
Rowat, J A Rodanot, W J Gal
laghor, J Keanu, W H Johnson,
Mis Robinson, Mrs Harrison, G G
Swiug and 51 on deck.
Fiom Colonies, per S S Warri
moo, Jan 27-G C Ellis.
From Kanoi, per stmr James
Makee, Jan 27 E Paris, E Todd
and 3 deck passengers.
From Kauai, per stmr Keauhou,
Jon 27 U R Harrison and 1 deck
r ssn.Nar.ns dkpauted
For Maui and Hawiii, por stmr
Claudiue, Jan 2G Lahuiua: Miss
R Ay i rb, Mrs T ll)tm and Mrs H
Ayors. Kahului: Mr Sullivan, O
E Moore, Joe Pa, U Range, G B
Greig, Mis E Koliiuoi and A
Toogood. Hnuti: Mih Router nnd
A Dunn. Hilo: Mr Hammond,
Mrs Faust and child, and Miss
For Kauai, per stmr W G Hall,
Jan 2G -G N Wilcox, Miss Every,
Lady Herron, Mr Hamilton, Eu
nice K Ahuai, Miss Emma Kaipu,
Mrs Mary Ailau, MissOtelia Hart,
F Waldion, Dr Averdom, A Mo
Bride, Lau King and 23 on deck.
VKSHhl.J IN IMlllT.
II II M S Icarus, Fleet, Esquimau.
U f 8 Alert, llniifoi (1, Sau FraucliJCo.
(Coasters not Included In tills list.)
Am eilir Kobcrt I.encrs, Gnodmau, New
castle. Am ship S P Hitchcock, nates, 8 F.
Am bit l.'ejlon, Calhoun, Eureka.
Am hU 8 C Mt ii, Jnuimo,,, S V.
Am bktn J M Grllllth. Arev, I'lict Sound.
Am lil.tn Amelia, Wilier, 'ugil Sound.
Am sclir W V Jeuett, Jnluipoi,, PurcI sound.
Am ship II 11 lljilc, Scrlhner, d K.
Am schr Transit, Jorucusou, 3 r.
Am hk Alden lce, I'otter, 3 F.
Am bk Mohican, Miuixlers, S F,
Am bktn W II Dimond, Nllson, S F.
Am bktn Iruitfurd. tfclimlilt, S F.
Am bkln Ar'her, Calhoun. 8 F.
Hr bk Xortlibiook, l.mwlon, Hongkong.
(Icrshlp Marie Ilackfcid, Kruse, lliimin,
Oer bk J C Oladu, Liverpool.
Ilawkclir Honolulu, lliouagel, Tocopltla.
Haw bk II P ItlthLt, Turne, Newcastle
Nor ship Auakc, Corucllnson, Newcastle.
ntroKMINU THE OAI.KMlAH.
I'ropimllloii to fllvliln tlio Yenr Into
It is suggested that on January
1,1900, a new division of tho years
into thirteon mouths be instituted.
It is claimed that this is not so
proposterous as most people would
bo likely to consider it at tho first
thought. If such a division wore
imule fh fi'ntt wolve monthb would
havo just twenty-eight days, or
four weol;s ench, and tho new
month twenty nine, to make 3G5,
aud thitty in leap years. After a
fow days there would bo no need
to rofor to calendars, as tho same
day of tho week would havo tho
same date through tho year.
If January 1 wore, say Monday,
ovory Monday would bo the 1st,
8th, 15th and 22d; evory Tuosday
the 2d, 9th, lGth and 23d, and bo
on through the year. Tho changes
of tho moon would be on about
tho sr.mo dates through the year,
aud many calculations like inter
est, dates of maturing notes, East
er Sunday and many other impor
tant dates would be simplified.
Although tho present goneration
would have to figure new dates
for birthdays and all legal holi
days oxcopt Now Year's would bo
on different dates, yot tho gain
would bo more than the Iobb, as
that would bo pernianont and the
objections trifling. Scientific
TOKsnAT, Jan. 20.
Stmr Miuna Loa, Blmenon, from Hawaii
Widkksdat. Jai. 37.
Stmr Keauhou, Thompson, from Kauai.
Stmr James MnWcc, Tullctt, from Kauai,
S S Warrimoo, Wlilte, from tUo Colonies.
Tuesday, Jan. 20.
Stmr Kauai, Bruhn, (or Walmea and Ke
kaha. Stmr Mlkahala, Thompson, (or Hanamau
lu, Nanlllwllland Ahuklnl.
Stmr W G Hall, Haxluud, for Koloo, liana
pepe, Elcelc, Makawell, Walmcn, Kckalia
Stmr Claudlne, Cameron, (or Maul and Ha
waii, Am butn I.urllnc, Drown, (or Kahului. (In
tow of Claudluc.)
Schr Ka Mol, lor I'aaullo
Wednesday, Jan. 27.
Am bk Martha Davis, Soule, for Sau Fran
VESSELS LEAYINQ TOJIOltROW.
Am ship 3 P Hitchcock. Gates, (or New
OAliaOES FHOM ISLAND TOIITS.
Et stmr Mauna I.oa 7SW baps auirnr. 4fll
' baj;s codec, 61 bags nwn, 25 head cattle, 3
i horses and sundrj packages.
Ei stmr James Makee SS78 bates suear,
30) hairs rice, 18 bags leaf mould, and 4 pkgs
Ex stmr Keauhou K500 bags sugar, 3 pkgs
UIPA-At Matcrnltr Home, Honolulu, Tues
day, January 2(1, 187, to the wife of Na
horn Hlpa, a son.
Castle & Cooke
Sole Agents for
f ? m.. axfe?as rf
fi Ban Francleco ORlce, y3
tlll3 California Stroot. M
K ."-. .. ..?L1
n it 1 hj
Now Ltndlng from Balk
"B. P. Cbetiey." . .
Best South Yorkshire
Hard Steam Goal
fj& Pultabln fnr nil Stentn pur
poseH. Tills C'cihI Ia nUo u (uvnrlto (or
tn ijUnntitlofl tobult.
2240 Lbs. to the Ton!
ay Kill) Weight guaranteed. Do
llvtrnl Ireo to uny part of tho city.
20 Percent Discourit
NEXT THIRTY DAYS
Wo will make tho above
discount . . .
For Cash Only
On all orders received for
Tort and Hotel Streets.
Invites to Select from the
French Silks and S.itins,
Jupano-o Silk Hnntlkeroliiefs,
Silk Ribbons, Volvtts,
Un 88 Go ids of every description,
Flannels in all colors,
Skirting, Serges, Lining, Cot
Blankotd, Quilts, Shot-ting,
Ourtuins, Towels, otc,
Clothing, Shoos, Fancy and
Sweaters, Sooks, Collars, Cuffs,
Umbrellas, Handkerchiefs, etc.
At Ridiculous Low Prices
Election of Officers.
The Portugue-e Mutual Benefit So
ciety of Hawaii, at IU regular meet
1 11 (2 held at Honolulu on the 10th day
of J'liiiiHrv, A. D. 1697, oltcto'l the fol
lowing O lllcurs for tho year 1897:
J. M Vivas President
J. P. Rndrlgues Vice President
C. Farla Secretary
A. G. Sllvu, Jr Treasurer
110 AUD OK DIltEOroilS.
J. Fernuu'ieg, J. II Moulz, L F
Menezes, J. G. Farla and J, R. Santos,
J. M. Gomes, A. H. R Vlelra, O. F.
Rodrlgues, D. L. Vlelra ami F. It.
Trauquada. O. FARIA,
Honolulu, January 23, 1897. 516 3t
Eleotion of Officers.
,At a meeting of tho Stockholders of
the People's Ice and Refrigerating
Company, L'd,, held this day, the fol
lowing olllccrs woro duly elected:
J A. McCumlloHs Preddejit,
J. A. Magoou,!,,,. Vice President,
K. A. Joueti Seoiotiuy,
-D. W. Corhett Treasurer,
T. V. Hobrou Auditor.
The uuove numed ollloers constitute
the Board of Directors,
E. A. JONES,
Honolulu, January 21, 1897.
Evening Bulletin 75c per month.
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
Steamers ot the above Lino running in connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC KAIL WAY
Botweon Vancouver, B. O., and Sydney, N. S. W and calling at Vlotorla, B. O.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
AEB 3DT7T3 JJ? I3C03SrOIjTJ"Xj"Cr
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
From Sydney itnd But, for Victoria Mid
Vnnooursr. It. O.I
Stmr "MIOWEBA" February 24
Stmr "WAKRIMOO" March. 24
Stmr "MIOWElt A" April 24
Btrar "WARMMOO" May 24
Through Tickets IsRiicd from Ilonolulti to Cnnndii,
United States and Ktirope.
FltEIOItT AMD PAS3ENOEU AOKNTS:
D. MoNicoll, Montreal, Onnnda.
RoncnT Keiiii, Winnipeg, Canada.
M. M. Steun, Snn rrnnciaco, Cal.
O. M0L1. Bhown, Vunrouver, B. 0.
Australian Mail Service.
Por San Francisco:
Tho Now and Fino Al Steel Steamship
Ot the Oceonio Steamship Company will
be duo at Honolulu from Sydney and
Auoklaud on or about
.Feb. 4, 1897.
And will lonvo for tho above port .with
Mails and Pnssongers on or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho Now and Fino Al Stco Steamship
Of tho Oceauio Steamship Company will
be duo at Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
Feb. 11, 1897.
And will havo prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for tho above ports.
The undersigned aro now prepared
to issue .
Through Tickets to All Points
in tho United States.
tSPFor further particulars regarding
Freight or Passuge apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
for S. F.
Fob. 2, 1697 Feb. 11, 1897
March 2, 1897 March 11, 1897
From San Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. San Francisco.
rn're Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Monowai, Feb 11, '97 I Alameda, Feb 4, '97
Alameda, Mc 11, '97 Mariposa, Mo 4, '97
Dr. W. L. Moore
Special attention given to diseases of the
9 to 13 am.
3 to 4 pm.
Woianuenuo Avo. near Court House, iG3-tt
DR. C. A. PETERSON
.... KEMOVKD TO ..
No. 28 Emma Street,
Offlco Iloui-ai 8 to 10 a. m,, 2 to 4 and
7 to 8 p. m. Telephone 752. 407-2m
DR. BERT. P. BDRQESS,
JPhysician and Surgeon
Hours: 8:30 to 10 a. m., 1:30 to
4 ). in., and 7 to 8 p. m, . . .
410 I'uuehtmwl street or 14S Miller street,
Houolulu, Ouliu, 464-tf
A. O. WALL, D.' D. S.,
New Lovo's Building, Fort Stroot.
Oceanic Steams! Co.
Oceanic wmm Co.
From Victoria and Vanconrer, B. O., (o
Snva and Sydnerl
Stmr "WAMUMOO" February 16
Sttnr'MIOWEnA'' March 16
Stmr "WAKRIMOO" April 10
Stmr "MIOWEHA" May 10.
C5F" For Freight and Pnssogo and 'all
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
O. h. WIGHT, Pres. S. 11. HOSE, See.
Capt. J. A. KINO, TortSupt.
Will Ioave Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching at
Lahuiuaf Maalacu Bay anil M .keuu the
same day; Mahukona, Kawaihaeand Lau
pahoehoo tho following day, arriving at
Hilo tho sumo evening.
LIAVI8 nOWOLDXP. ARB1VKS HONOLULU.
Tuesday eh. 2 I I'mmy Ju 29
Friday Feb. 12 Tuesday Fib.
J ucsdny Feb 2.1 Friday I ob. 19
Friday Mar, ft Tue8ilay.....Mar. 2
Koturnlug, will leave Hilo at 1 o'clock
p. m., touching nt Laupahochoo, Vahu
kona aud Knwalhao Bin o day; Makena,
Slaalaea Bay nnd Lahaiua tho following
day; arriving at Honolulu tho afternoons
of 'I ucaday and Fridays.
Will c,dl at Pohoiki, Puna.
, CNo Freioht will ho rpcrived after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tuenday at 6 f. m.i
touching at Kahului, Harm, Hamoa and
Kipahulu, Maul. Iteturning arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, on second trip
of each month.
WHo Freight .will bo received after
P. M. on day of sailing.
This Company will reserves the right to
make changes in the timo of departure and
arrival of its steauiors without notice and
it will not bo responsible for any conse
quences arising therefrom.
Consignees must bo at tho Landings to
receive their Freight; this Company will
not hold itsolf responsible, for freight after
it has boon landed.
Live Stock only at owner's risk.
This Company will not be responsible
for Money or Valuables of passengers
unless placed in the caro of I'lirsors.
Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. TbObO failing to
do bo will bo subject to an additional
charge of twculy-llvo per oeuL
In Blocks to suit pur
chasers. Will deliver
after January 2, 1897.
Ee? Inquire of
The Hawaiian Safo Deposit &
408 Vort Rtrnot
Situated on a Beautiful Uillsido Overlook,
ing the Ocean, and 1300 feet
above Sea Level.
Only 24 houn,' sail from Honolulu.
Climato mild, clear dry atmosphere, free
from fogs and malaria, especial pro islon
for quiet and rest as well as for amuse
ment and outdoor life. Rates $2 por day
or $10 per woek. Medical attendance extra,
Dlt. H. A. LINDLF.Y, Prop.,
325 tf Kona, Hawaii.
Gold nnd Silverware,
Crockery it ml lvorywnro,
.Whito Grnss Oloth, Mattings,
Wioker nnd Stoamor Chairs,
Cigars, Etc., Etc.,
WING WO TAI k CO.,
2U Nuuanu Street, Honolulu,
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