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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 29, 1897.
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:bs & COOKE
ON THE 'FRONT ' TODAY
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
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TIILKED rillH DAY.
The CII) or IV U Ins irniii tlio Orient
Haulm I,im for IImiiI null (he
"lilt; Win nil "
Tlio departure of tho Noeau has
been postponed until tomorrow nt
8 a in.
The S S City of Poking was
booked to leave for Sau Francisco
at J p ui today.
Ohiupso brought by tho City of
Peking wo io tiansferrod to Quui
autiuo Island this morning.
Tho steamer Iwalaui will go on
tho Marino Railway after tho S C
Allon, her rudder being out of
Tomorrow, high tide large 2:27
am; high tide 6mall 2:115 pm; low
tide largo 7:22 p in; low tide small
9:liU a in.
The steamer JIauna Loa cleared
tho harbor about 10:!iOa in today.
She has a moderate freight and
passenger list this trip.
Tho steamer J A Cummins camo
in about 5 o'clock yesterday oven
ing with a full load of rico and
sugar. Tho latter was from Heoia.
Tho bark Mohican hauled in to
Kiuuu wharf yesterday attomoon.
Hor skipper gazes longingly out
to sea and sighs for sugar, for ho
has boon m poit a long tinio.
The barkoutino W 11 Dimond
will loavo for San Fraucisco somo
timo next woek. Sho needs a few
thousand moio sacks of sugar to
complete) her cargo. Capt Nilson
is whistling for sugar. By-and-by
ho will whistle for wind.
Tho ship S P Hitchcock was
towed out yesterday at 3 p m.
Pilot Macaulay said sho would
run awny to thf noith of the isl
ands before making a slant to tho
south. Tho Eleu had hard work
towing tho largo vessel against tho
Tho American steamship City
of Peking from China and Japan
tied up at Pacific Mail dock yos
terdny evening about 5:30, Sho
brought 188 Chinese immigrants
and C03 tons of Oriental merchan
dise for this port. There woro two
Japanese stowaways aboard.
Luft night the wind was blow
ing squarely from tho south, which
made tho weather warmer thau it
has been. This morning a breezo
from tho south-west and west was
blowing, accompanied by showers
of rain, wnich interfered with the
loading and discharging of vessels.
Tho little schooner Sarah and
Eliza went on tho rocks at Waia
nao a few days ago during tho
Btroug south -westerly wind. Mr
"Bill" Williams, her owner, says
sho is a total loss, and is probably
boiug used by tho natives as kind
ling wood. Tho craft was used in
running botween other ports on
this island aud Honolulu, carry
ing geuoral merchandise and
lumber fiom the city, and return
ing with rico, paddy, otc.
A marine item dated Jau 12 in
tlio S F Examiner of Jan 13 says:
By cablegram tho Merchants' Ex
change received information today
to the effect that the Occidental
aud Oriental steamer Gaelic left
Yokohama Sunday last for this
port. This is tho Gaelic's first
voyage sinco the disabter of six
mouths ago, when she went ashoro
on tho 'Japanese coast, and reports
have reached horn that thc is now
a swifter and better boat in all
respects than she over was boforo
as tho result of tlio complete
overhauling sho received. Captain
Pearno, who commanded the Uao
lie for many years, died wheu tho
vessel was undergoing repairs at
Nagasaki and she is now in charge
of a now mastor. Tho lattei's
identity is not known horo;
From Yokohama, por S S City
of Poking, Jan 2d For Honolulu:
Mrs A F Dixon, Otto Voolbohr,
Chang San, and 188 Chineso
Bteorago. For Sau Fraucisco, ca
bin: Mrs S W B Diehl, Jas El
linger and wifo, Judge. Garoutto
and wifo, Miss G Garoutte, A V
Bacon, USN, Louis Imbert, Y
AVadayaki, Miss Uuryea, E "W
Brown and wife, Miss Garuutte,
AV J Corwin, U S N, Rov Jas
Horny, K Aoki. Eup Steerage:
Ohas A Ilarpor, L Loroy, Robt
Schumacher, H Papillaud, 15 Jap
anese and 55 Chineso.
From Kauai, per stmr James
Makoe,Jauv29-J F Blnko.
ri&h fjf MiE jSjij
From Kauai, por stmr Mikaha
Jan 29 Hans Iseuborg and
From Kauai, por stmr Mikahala,
Hans Iseuborg and 1
v v w Yf "'wl n '
For Maui and Hawaii, por stmr
Mauna Loa, Jan 29 Lot Lane,
Mrs J Clark, J Keanu, Miss M
Forroira, Mrs Hugo Kawelo, Mr
Davios, 0 F Johnson, Miss Her
tolmann, Mrs V V Fonnoll, Miss
Benul, Mr Ueard, H Uickey, Mi'bb
D Hauia, Miss Annie Kawelo, Mr
Hedemauu, N OmBtnad, Miss H
Bortelmanu, Luka, G G Seong, R
TuuiisnAY, Jan. SS.
Stmr J A Cnminlnt, Senile, from Onhu
Pkiiut, Jnn. "').
Stmr James Mnkce, Tullctt, from Kauai.
Stmr Mlknlia'n, Thompson, from potts on
Stmr Iurlnnl, (Irecory, from I.alinlim.
htinr Klnaii, Clarke, Irom Hum nil ami Mnul
Tiiriisuii, Jan 2S.
Stmr Kllaue.1 tlou. Freeman, for KukuUu.
Stmr Kaala, Mother, for Oalni ports.
Stmr Ktaulioii, Thompson, for llannmaulu.
Am sliloS V Illtehcoek, Gates, for New
FiilDAY, Jan. 29.
Stmr Manna Loa, SUncrsou, for Maul and
Stmr J A Cummin, Senrle, for Oaliu
8 S City of l'eklrjff, Smltli, for San Fran
cisco. VESSELS LEAVING TOMOIlltOW.
Stmr N'ocaii, Peterson, for Lalialna, Hono.
kaa and Kukulliaele.
OAitaoLS ritoar ISLAND POUTS.
Ex stmr Iwalanl-IU'IT tarj uf;ar.''
Ex etmr Mlkaliala-5150 bans sujrar.
Ex stmr J A Cummins OtO baa rice, COO
Ex stmr James Iakce-2IVS4 bags sinjar, 0
bags leal mould, 11 pkgs sundries.
KOISIHON VPS3BI.8 EXPECTED.
here trom line
Alameda Colonics ' 4
Dork' Yukohuna " 7
(ladle S F " U
Moiioal S V " II
Wnrrlmoo Vlctnrt.i " ID
City ot Peking S F " 20
Mlimcra Colonies " 84
Heinle Yokohama " 20
Mr bk ltou'enbeek LIerpool Dux
Sehr l.lzzle Vance, Sjduey, Due
UK. Calluo, Newcastle Due
Am bk Amy Turner,.. New York Jan 2D
Ainohl)) May Flint SF
Am bk Albert SF Jau 25
Nle bk Dominion, ....Newcastle
Ilk (i C Perkins Newcastle.... Jan 31
llktn Wrestler New castle. . . .Jan SI
Am liktn Planter Nocu6tlo... Jau HI
Ger bk Paul lnenbera ...Liverpool.... Apr So
STACKER.- In this city, January 2S. 1SU7, to
tho wife ot J T Stacker, a 12-pouud
'I III! Illlltllllllll SllOOt.
A communication has boon for
warded today by Major MoLood
accepting the challongo of Major
Jones for a battalion shoot of thir
ty men on a side. Othor details
will bo arranged as soon as tho
captains aro selected by tho two
teams. Captain Oscar "White has
beon asked to look after Major
McLood's loam, but has not yet
cousonted, his business demand
ing his whole timo and attoution.
Iu caso ho cannot accopt Sam
Johnson will bo askod to act.
llnunilaii ('miaul Die.
Attorney Genoral W. O. Smith,
as president of the Board of Health,
has received advices by the City
of Poking that small-pox is not at
all abating at Kobe,Japau, and that
C. P. Hall, Hawaiian Vice-Consul
there, had died of couiluont small
pox on January 18. Mr. Hall was
an esteemed business man of
Out of 188 OhincRO who arrived
in tho City of Peking, 101 aro con
tract'laborers imported by tho Pa,
oifiu Immigration Coinpauy.
Bwrrtbrrnils a la Newburg.
Hero la a Good Housekeeping rooipo:
Pnrboil and pick nptirt n Rwcctbrcml.
Put in n chafing dUh ii tnblcnpoonful ot
butter nnd 4 tnblcspoonftils of oroitm.
When hot, add tlioswcotbrcnd, seasouod
with pepper, salt nnd tintmcK, or mnce,
and n tablospoonfnl of fihorry. When
bolHnp, ndd tho beaten yolks of 2 ckrs
nnu ouuk till tlilck, tttirring constantly.
Out RlnsH pitchcri of tunkard shnpo
como in a variety of sires.
A llttlo fspenn oil or Rnm nrnbio add
ed to boiled bturch w ill bo found to
offect a Rreat improvement when
starched pieces como to bo ironed. A
little, salt should always bo put into the
Never put a silk dress or cloak nway
with dust in tho folds or plaits. Slmkc
thorn well and rub with a pieco of llnu
nol or brush with a soft whisk broom.
Bonbon dishes of cut glnst nro fin
ished with silver rims and handles.
An essential nrticlo that should be
found in every kitchen is n vegetable
brnih. Lettuce, spiunch, celery aud
many other vegetables may bo cleaned
much moro roadily with ouo than with
If a littlo flour is rubbod over a loaf
of cako boforo icing, it will prevent tho
frosting from spreading aud ruuuiug off
Iu pleasing contrast with tho all nil
ver nfinirs nro butter dibhes of cut glu's
enriched with silver bauds.
Novoltios in German delft hnvo ap
peared in tho popular bluo decoration
nnd inoludo ico dishes, biscuit jars,
boudoir sets and tho like.
"And what, may 1 nek, do yon finu
tho most diDlcult duty iu your new
Tho othor advanced woman knit lin
"Well," Bho replied after a mo
mcut's thonglit, "I guoss tho hardest
thing I luno to do is to pretend to bi
afrnid of my husband when I route
homo loaded lato at iii,ht." Detioit
Wayworn Wutfon Tlioso hero now'S'
paper writers is too high for mo. What
is tho dilTcienco between liviu and ox
istin, I want to know?
Perry Patettic Heaps miles, oceans.
A mail can exist on bread and meat,
but ho has to have Ijocuo to really livo.
Tliu CuUectluc Craze.
"Mrs. Von Twitter is such an origi
"What lias sho been doing lately?"
"Collecting bouvenir hufebuuds. In
side of six mouths sho has iiud one
from St. Louis, ono from Dnnver aud
ono from Sau Francisco. " Chicago
"I liko tho looks of tlio high standing
collar," said Cliolly. "Tho only objec
tion I'vo got against it is that when
you chow gum you havo to hold your
jaw still nnd move tho wholo top of
your head, you know." Chicago Trib
une. A Reminder.
Bluff I frequently havo something
flash upon my memory that I had for
gotten for years.
Bragg Did ouo of your flushes over
hnppen to recall that ten you borrowed
of mo in 1880? Detroit Frco Press.
The Dher'a Joke.
"Why do you wear that very uncouth
looking suit?" said themormuid, porcli
d on tbo bowsprit of tho sunken vessel.
"Oh, for divers roakous," replied tlio
humorist in tho diving bell. Youkcu
Ono View of Ileaveu.
"I doon' liko or man," said Unolo
Kben, "dat toeiiis ter git iiis chief re
ligious comfort by ugyahdiu heaven cz
er place dat 'is enemios is gwintor
wuntor git inter an can't." Washing
Cnller (looliing at pictures) Does
your mamma pniut?'
Littlo Son Yen, but slio's finished
that an la puttin on the powder now.
Sba'll bo down in a minuto. -Tit-Bits.
Tho Artogrnph is n vnluablo
aid to nnyono wishing to lenrn to
akotuh from nature without nn in
Btrnctor. Prico S8.00. King Bros,
havo thorn for salo.
Storling, tho painter, is pro
pared to quote prices on roof
painting. Ho uses a composition of
coal tar and cement. Choapest
and best roof pVoparatiou in IIo-
Paints.5,0ils and Glass
Etc., Etc., Etc.
LEWERS & COOKE,
473 I'm ! t, ... - 'Tclcphono 20,
Wm. 3. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin, - President and Manager
ClnusSprcckels, ... Vice-President
W. M. GilVnrd, - Secretary and Treasurer
Theo. 0. Porter, ... Auditor
AOEKTS OF TUB
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OF SAN FHANOISGO. OAL.
C. BREWER & COMPANY, LIMITED,
Queen street, Honolulu, II.I.
Hawaii Agricultural Company, Onomca Sucar
Compan, llnnomu buar Company, Walluku
Sugar Company, Walluc Suear Coimiany, Maltce
Sucar Company, llalcakala Ranch Company, Ka.
papala Kanch. riantfrs' Line San Francisco
Packets, Chas Brewer & Co.'s Line of Boston
Packets --AKenti Boston Boinl of Underwriters.
Acculs riilladilphia Board of Underwriters.
LIST OF OFFICERS I
P 0 Jones. Presidents Georgo II Robertson,
Manager; K F Illshop, Treasurer nnd Sec
retary; Col. W F Allon, Auditor; 0 M Cooke,
II Waterhouse, A W Carter. Directors.
H. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
AT ALL 1I0DI1S.
TUE FINEST BRANDS QF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWATS ON UAKD.
Easrle -:- House
CiLRL KLEMME, Proprietor,
New management. Commodious rooms.
Tablo Hoard tho luiewt, iucluding many
Palatublo German Dishes.
Board and Room, per ml $6.50 to $7.50
Mle Board, per week $5.00
A FAMILY IIOT13L.
Por Day 8 2.00
i'or week ivr.uu
OpaclaJ. ltontliiy ZSataa t
Tho Best of Attonduuce, tho Best Situa
tion and tho Finest Menls in this Oity
SINGER'S -:- BAKERY
King St. nour Thomns Square
Cakes : and : Pies
BSrSorved Frosh Evory Day.
H. F. SINGER,
Tolophone 872. Bole Prop'r.
J aAa ZEa JCU 0 JU I
Hotel streot, near Fort.
BREAD, PIES and CAKES
Of all kinds,
f)C Tho Fiuost Imported aud Homei
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors
Worn 0am to 11 1. M you can kU a Cup
of Ileal Koiia Colleu nl llif "KUte" UoCre.im
8tcnmors ot tho above Lino muuing in connection with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC BAIL WAY
Botwoen Vancouver, B. 0., nnd Sydney, N. S. W., nnd calling nt Victoria, B. a
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
On or nbout tho dates below stated, viz.:
From Sydney nnil Surn, for Victoria mitl I From Vlclorln nnd VnnroiiTer, II. 0 to
Vnnciillior. II. O.I Htl Kml Hyillmyl
Stmr "MlftWUKA" Fobrnnry 24 Star "WAIIKIMOO" February 16
Star "WAlUtlJIOO" March 24 I Stair MIOWEltA" March 16
"M10WEKA" April Whtwr-WAumwuo" At.ril 16
"WA1UIIMOO" May 24 Star "MIOWEltA" May 18
Through TIcUoIh ls.Hiicd from IIoiiolulii to Cumula,
United States nnd Kurope.
FltEIOlIT AND rASSKNOnil AOENTS: '
D. MoNiooll, Montreal, CnDiida.
ItoinntT Kkiiii, Winuipec, Cnnndn.
M. M. STnttN, Snti Fraucisco, Unl.
G. MoU llttowN, Vauenuver, B. 0.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
The Now nnd Fino Al Steel Steamship
Ot tho Ocennio Stenmship Company will
bo due nt Honolulu from Sydney nnd
Auckland ou or nbout
Fob. 4-, 1897. ;
And will loavo for tho nbovo port with
Mnils and Pussenncrs on or nbout that
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho Now nnd Fino Al Steo Steamship
" Monowai "
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from Situ Francisco
on or nbout
Fob. 11, 1897.
And will havo prompt despntch with
Mails nnd PabseuKcrs for tho nbovo ports.
Tho undorsiffued nro now prepared
to issue "
Through Tickets to All Points
in tho United States.
CSfFor further particulars regarding
Freight or Passages npply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. 'AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
for S. F.
Teb. 2, 1897 Fob. 11, 1897
March 2. 1897 March 11, 1S97
From Son Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. San Francisco.
Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Monowai, Feb 11, '07 I Alameda, Feb 4, '97
Alameda, Mo 11, '07 Mariposa, Mo 4, '07
Dr. W. L. Moore
Special attention given to diseases of the
eye and ear. .
Waianuenne Ave. near Court Ho'.ise, i63-ti
DR. C. ft. PETERSON
.... KEM0VI.0 TO ....
No. 28 Emma Street,
Office riours: 8 to 10 o. m., 2 to 4 and
7 to 8 p. m. Telephone 752. 4G7-2m
DR. BERT. F. BURGESS,
JPliysician and Surgeon
Iluum: 8:30 to 10 a. m., 1:80 to
4p in., and 7 to 8 p.m. . . .
410 1uncuuottl Btrcct or 143 .Miller Ktrect,
Honolulu, OjUu. 4C0-tf
A. O. WALL, D. D. S.,
New Love's HtiildinR, Fort Stroet.
IcBiic Steamsnip go.
t3T For Frciiiht nnd Pnssaijo nnd nil
General Information, npply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for tho Howniinn Islands.
liter's ,Stasliip Go's
0. L. WIGHT, Prcs. S. H. HOSE, Sec
Cnpt J. A.KING, PortSupL
Will leave Honolulu at 10 A. m., touching at
Lnhuinn, Maalaea llay and Mukona tho
snnieday; Mahukonn, Kauaihnoand Lau-
Eithoehoo tho following day, arriving t
lilo tho same ovoning.
LEAVES IIOMQI.m.U. AnniVBS HONOLULU.
Tuesday Feb. 2
Friday Feb. 12
Tncwlny Feb. 23
Friday. Jnn 20
Tuesday Feb. 0
'Friday Mar. 6 Tuesday.' .'.'.'.Mur 2
rriuny bob. 10
Itolurning, will leavo Hilo nt 1 o'clock
P. M., toucbiug nt Liiupnhoelioo, Mahu
koun aud Kawaihne shho dnyj Makcns,
Slaalaea llay aud Lnhnina tho following
day; arriving at Honolulu tho afternoons
of 'iucsday and Fridays.
Will call at l'ohoiki, Pnna.
i6"No Freight will bo rcccivod after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leavo Honolulu Tuesday at 5 r. m.j
touching nt Kahului, liana, Uamoaand
Kipahulu, Maui, iteturniug arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, on second trip
of each month.
S9No freight will ho received after
r. Ji. on day of sailing.
This Company will resorves tho right to
mako oluiUKei In tlio Uuir rtf dwrmrtnrfe and
arrival of its steamers without uotlco aud
it will not be responsible for any conse
quences arising therefrom.
consignees must no at tne Landings to
receive their Freight; this Company will
not hold itsolf rebpousiblu for freight after
it has boon lauded.
Live Stock only at owner's risk.
This Company will not bo responsible
for Money or Valuables of p.ibsengors
unless placed in the care of Pursers.
Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets bvforo embarking. Tlioso falling to
do so will bo subject to an additional
charge of twenty-livo per oent.
In Blocks to suit pur
chasers. Will deliver
after January 2, 1897.
E2j Inquire of
The Hawaiian Snfo Doposit &
408 Port Street
Bituated on a Beautiful Hillside Overlook
ing tho Ocean, and KiOO feet
above Sea Level.
Only 24 bourn' sail from IToiioluln.
Climnto mild, cloar dry iitmosphoto, freo
fiom fogs aud malaria, especial provision
for quiet and rest as well as for amuse
mont and outdoor life. Hates $2 per day
or $10 por week. Medical attendance extra,
Dlt. H. A. LINDLEY, Prop.,
323tf Kona, Hawaii.
Gold nnd Silvorwaro,
Crockory mill lvorywaro,
"White Gross Cloth, Mattings,
"Wicker aiu Stoamor Chairs,
Cigars, Etc., Etc.,
WING WO TAI & CO.,
211 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu,
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