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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 30, 1897.
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WHARF ARD WAVE
THi: STKAOTEH KINAir AltKIVT.I)
Hotrt ol Inlerv.t from llilo -Some
Keu flntliernl on thaCltjr
The steuinor Kauai reports Ko
loa mill griuding.
The S S City of Poking wns nn
Lour lato in sailing yesterday.
The ship Henry 13 Hydo is
loading sugar at Oceanic douk.
Tlio Htoumor .James linked will
loavo for Kapaa at -1 p m Mon
day. The Kinau reports no vessels at
Mahukona, tlio Consuolo having
sailed for San Francisco.
Tlio Kuala did not bring any
sugar from Kahuku this trip, it
being too rough to load there.
The Likfliko was at llilo on
Monday. She discharged hor up
freight, aud took in a littlo sugar.
Tho fechuoner Norma which left
Honolulu a few weeks ago with
tho Montague-Faust Circus is at
Tho Lohua was at Houomu
whon tho Kinau passed that way.
She had discharged all hor
The steamer Kaala will leavo at
10 a ni Monday for Waialua,
l'uuiki, Mokulcia, Kahuku and
Toniortow, high tide largo 3: 0
a m; high tide small H:'i0 p in; low
tido large ti:lo p m; low tido small
10:10 a m.
1'urHor Tuft of tho Iwalani says
his boat boat thu Nooau Ihroo
miles on tho last trip between this
city and Lahaiua.
When tho Kinau left Hilo, tho
bark Annie .Johnson was loading
sugar, and tho ship Roderick Dim
Tho bark It J? Itithet will bo
through discharging coal today.
Tho schooner Robert Lowers will
haul in from tho stream to tho
Rithet's berth on Monday.
Seventy seven sucks of sugar
wore damaged with sea water on
tho last trip of tho James Makco
from Kauai. Tho steamer's decks
woro under water tho whole trip.
Soveral large bundles of leathor
arrived in the YVarrimoo tho other
day. It is said that tho leather
will bo turned into modals for
meinhets of tho "Waterfront Ex
ActoiHCluK" Tho crane at Paaullo was wash
ed away on Thursday. The
schooners Ka Moi and Moi Vu
hiuo weie anchored there. Tho
crauo may havo been recovered.
It is a common thing for it to get
Mr II S Pratt and Mr Otto
Rose aro contemplating building
a small yacht. The now boat will
bo about '21 feet over all and 18
feot on tho wator line. (Hilo)
Wilder's steamer Kinau arrived
yesterday eveniug with a light
cargo. Captain Clarko repoitd
rough weather during tho round
trip. The steamor did not anchor
at Mahukona, but a boat in chargo
of freight clerks Dickey Davis
and Willie Ueckloy, with a picked
crow, went ashoro for mail ami
Tho schooner Nokomis, Roos
master, denied for San Francisco
from Hilo, on Friday afternoon,
Jan. 2:2, with a cargo of sugar
consisting of 11.(511 bnga, weigh
ing l.b'oOJT.") pounds aud valued
at Sr2,G03.3l. Tho shippers are
as follows: Wainkea Mill Co.,
4900 bags, valued at $17,070 W;
Hilo Sugar Co., 4711 bags, valued
at 817,401.9(5; Hakalau Plantation
Co., 5000 bags, valued at $18,
128.80. Tho Hawaii Horald says: It
would bo a groat addition to tho
fleet of tho Hilo Yaoht Club if
Bomo of our outliusiasts hare who
own yaohts abroad would bring
thorn to Hilo. Mr. 0. E. Cawloy
has a 38-footor, tho Xora, at
Seattle, Wash., and Mr. II. S.
Pratt a 50-footor, tlio Idol, at San
Francisco. Tho addition of two
such boats would make quite a
rospoctablo iloot, aud a sorios of
matches might be arranged be
tween this city and soma of the
From Maui and Hawaii, por
stmr Kinau, Jan 29 Hon W G
Irwin, Sam'l Parker, Miss Whool
er, Jas Lyeett, P A Dias, A Lid-
11 mill linn " "
gatn, Mrs Lidgate, L K McGrow,
A II JJaeholdor, G K Wilder, S M
Oodco, UIipo Wolir, TF Lansing,
David Oxley, Win J Smith, J Ki
la, Priiico Alex Salmor, G E
Ward, J Paakaula, Mastor J
Wiuter, Dr Stowo, E Hitchcock,
Ah Yee, C B King, J Campbell,
J Butehi'lor, Miss Clay and 43
v sscxorits Dni'.vnTnn.
For Snn Francisco, por City of
Poking, Jan 29 H A Isonborg,
Henry Smith aud wife, C F Fish
er, George R Stewart, Mrs D Ron
nor, Judgo Garrouto and wife,
Misses Amy and Grace Garrouto,
Miss Hall, Fred Yates and wife.
8lrar Knnla, Member, from port on Oahu.
Satchday, Jan. 30.
Stmr Knitnl, Rnilin, from Kuiinl ports.
Stmr Keiuilmu, Thompnn. from Kmml.
Sati'mut, Jan. 20.
Stmr Nnenu, Vctirson, for Ltbalna, Ilono.
Kna nml Kukulliaele.
OAltaOUS FltOM ISLAND TOUTS.
Ex etmr Kiniihou 3100 bni; f injur.
Ex stmr Kami TMi bags ouar.
Ex stmr Kaala QIO bK rice. 69 bags rice
Ex stmr Kliiau 4T.' bags suear, 101 hides.
25 cattl"-, l.U bj(ft rpuds, 77 bap. corn, V5
Vi:sKI.J IN l'OHT.
It H M S learns. Tied, Esquimau.
UfS Alert, llanfoid, San Francisco.
(CoMtcru not Included In this list.)
Am sebr Hobcrt Leucre, (ioodman, New
castle. Am bk Ccjlnn. Cnllmuii, Eureka.
Am bk S C Allm, .lolinsou, S K.
Am bktn J M (iilllltli. Arey, I'uget Sound.
Am bktn Amrlla, Wilier, l'uijet dound.
Am bktn W II Dlinond, Nllson, S F.
Am ship II U Hyde, scrlbncr, 3 F.
Am schr 'linn.-lt, Joicenson.S K.
Am l)k Aldcn lesse, I'otter, 3 i
Am bk Mohican, launders, 6 F.
Am bktn Iruig.inl. Sehmlilt, S F.
Am bktn Aivhi-r, Calhoun. S F.
llr bk Nurthbrook, I.nwilmi, Hongkong.
(itTshlp Maiie ll.icktt.ld, Knue, llrcmcn.
(u r bk J C (Hade, Liverpool.
Haw schr Honolulu, Tlmuagul, Tocopllla.
Hun bk It I' llillii't. Turtle, Newcastle
Nor ship Auake, fjnriiillnsou, Newcastle.
FOItEION VF9SKI.S EXPECTED.
Vessels here trom Duo
Australia 8F Feb 2
Alameda Colonies " 4
Doric Yokohama " 7
(iuillc 8 F " 0
Mououal S F II
Warrlmoo Victoria " ID
City ot Peking 8 F " 20
Miowcra Colouits " 21
llrli;lc Yokohama " 20
llr bk ltouienbeck I.U erpool Due
Schr Mzzlc Value, Sidney Due
Ilk Callao, Newcastle t Duu
Am bk Amy Tinner,.. New York Jan 20
Am ship May Flint SF
Ambit Albeit 8F Jan 25
Nle bk Dominion, ....Noweusllo
Ilk (i ' I'erkins Newcastle.. . .Jan SI
IIMii Wiiftl-r NcH'eustlu....JanI
Am bktn Planter Newcastle. Jan 111
(iu bk Paul ln'tibem ...Uu-rpool Apr 20
VATT-PORTER--In Hilo, on Snuil.y, Jan.
21, 1VJ7, at 7.30 p, in., at the resilience
of the bride's pirents.Mr. Geo. Watt and
Miss Giace Porter, daughter of Mr. and
.Mr Henry Pinter
Iu palutiug photographs iu water col
ors a littlo guru wutor and ox gall nra
generally used, says Tho Art Inter
cliuiiRo. Somo colorists add a littlo car
bnuato of hodn to tho water, but this
Inn a teiidonoyto affect tho colors. Kub
bing tho surfnoe with India rnbber la
also resortod to, and, again, many paint
ers, after Imviug dampoued tho print in
water, simply liok tlio surface of tho
photograph with tho tongue and apply
tlio color whllo tho surfuco is wet. Still
another mothod is to coat tho surfaoo
of tho photograph with n woak solution
of isinglass containing a few drops of
alcohol. In nny cuso the surfaoo should
bo damp from being soaked in wator
beforo applying colors. A solution of
gum nrnbio is iifiod; also a solution of 4
ounces of Hussinu glno, with the same
quantity of whito soap dissolved In 8
pint of hot water, to which is udded 3
ounces of powdered alum and nn ounce
of ox gall.
Chafing dishes aro now made wlta
double blazers, making it possible to
cook two dishes at one time
Evening IJulletiv 76c per month.
. t '" 1
lippirr IK)y'iJfegME)B 1 ML
'I lie Snlllrsl i'riiUcr.
Tho San Francisco Chrouiclo
sayu: Tlio resullB of tho trial trip
of tho new British cruiser Terri
ble aro such as to put tho naval
shipbuilders of all important
maritime countries on their mot
tie. Tho Terrible, on her oflicial
run over a twenty-throoniile
course, showed an average of
22J knots por hour. When it is
considoied that the cruder has
14,200 tons' displacement, tho
showing becomes remarkable, and
serves to push thin new creation
of the British dockyards iu ad
vanco of any rival which has so
far appeared upon the soa.
The only armored cruisers pos
sessed by this country aro tho
Now York and Brooklyn, tho
Columbia, which developed a
speed of 22.8 knots per hour be
ing cloBbed ns a piotected cruiser
Brassey's Annual gives the speed
of tho armored ships at 21 knots,
which loaves the Terrible to tho
good by H knots. While it is
probable that, in actual nea work,
the disparity of speeds would not
bo quite equal to this, still it must
bo generally admitted that tho
Terrible is now tho quuen of her
As tho case stands, tho naval
spirit of tho country will bo in
dined to resent the present roar
rank position of our aunored
cruisers and would doubtless up
provo of au appropriation for a
ship of tho Terriblo typo which
would exceed hor in both speed
and delivery of metal. As a
nation which puts its main reli
ance upon its ability to destroy
tho commerce of its only probablo
foe, tho United Slates cannot
afford to let that foe outsteam its
cruising fleet. In vessels of war
wo cannot have tho most, but
thoro is no good reiibon hy wo
should not have tho best.
It is not unlikely, speaking of
future changes in status, that tho
application of tho turbino principle
to tho motive power of ships will
work a revolution by which tho
preseut maximum speed of cruis
ors will bo gieutly exceeded. Tho
first experiment with it developed,
in a torpodo-boiit, a Hpoed of
about thirty-six knots. Tho pos
sibilities'ot such a forco aro end
less, aud in their development
and improvement tho United States
will stand as good a chauco of
attaining superiority as tho Bri
LI'S ACKNOWIiEDClKM ENT.
The following letter has been re
cuhed from tlio secretaries accom
panying Li Hung Oang on Ills recent
tour through tho United States:
"IAmbassado Impcrialc, De China.
"27th September, 1800.
"Wo aro authorised by his excel
lency, tho Yiceioy Karl Li, to express
our entire satisfaction with the treat
ment wo received from your manager
during our tour of Inspection through
your brewery. We have had tho sam
ple gheu us tested and find that
It.MNinit Is made from tho purest
hops nml malt. It shall be sened ex
clusbuly at his excellency's table.
"LE CIIIXG FONG,
"Councillor for tho Embassy,
"Chili Chen Lofengluh,
"First Secretary of the Embnssy."
On tap or in bottles nt the Criterion.
Thoro is butter and thero is
butter but thoro is no butter that
arrives in Honolulu bo sweot and
fresh as tho Mikilua and Waianao
Buttor. Its rapid transit by rail
diroct from tho dairy to the Pala
ma Grocory's large ico box so
conveniently situated opposito tho
railway dopot enables us to
handle it to tho boBt advantage.
No woudor wo aro doing tuou a
largo buttor business, when wo
aro soiling this iiuo buttor at Boo.
por lb. Palama Grocery, oppo
sits Railway Depot, King street.
Wator colors and Oil colors in
sets suitable for Xnias prosents.
King Bros., liotol stroot.
. V Vaakt ..
Wlioro Honolulu 1'copln ?I.iy Wor
lil '' in arrow.
OnNTiiAi, Union Ciiunon. Cor
ner Berotauia andlliohurdsBtrcet,
DouglaB P. Birnio, minister. Servi
ces Sunday, Jan. 31st: At 9:55, u,
m. Sunday School and Biblo
class: lla.in , liublic worship and
Bormon: 3:30 p. m., Junior En-
doavor; G.-O p. m. , Y. P. S. C. 113.
prayor mooting; 7:30 p. m., publio
woiship and sermon. Palotna
Chapol Itov J. M Lewis, pastor.
9:15 n. m., Sunday school; 7:15 p.
m.. Gospol service Sunday schools
Japanese in Lyceum ut 10 a. m.,
Portuguese on Punchbowl street
and Hotel street mission at 2:30 p.
m. A cordial wolcomo for all ut
FtitsT Mktiioihbt Episcopal
Ciiuiioh. Corner of Berotauia and
Miller Btroots. Itov. II. W. Peck,
piiBlor. Sunday, Jan, 31st: 10 a.
m. Sn"d.iy school and pasloi's
Bil.l- clis-.; 11 a. m, sermon to
childit" ; 11:10 a. m., aermon by
purtm "If yo love mo keep my
commtiiidinouts;" 0:30 p. iu. Se
nior 15, 'worth Loaguo; 7:30 p m.,
sarmi'ii by pastor Tiiomo, "How
tho GiiMii-l of Christ was first
preached in Europe." Pearl City,
2:15 p. m., Sunday school; 3:30
p. in., sermon by pastor. Ewn
Plantation, 7:30 p. m., sornion
and song service Woduosduy,
2:30 p. in., Junior Kpworth League
and pastor's clusrt.; 7 p. in., cl.iss
mooting; Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.,
prayersorvice. Acoidial wolcomo
to all sorvici'H. Sonts froo.
ClIIIISTIAN ClIUnCH. Alll 1(0.1
strcot near King. J. M Monroo,
pastor. Services 1'or Lord's D.iy,
Jan. 31st: l'icaohiug at 11 n. in.
and 7:30 p. m. by tho pastor; mor
ning thtino: "How to Build
Jy a Ohuroh;" ovt-ninp; subject:
"is the Power of the I'ulpit
Wuuing?" Sunday school at 9:15
a m.; communion ut 12 m,; Smith
Street Mission School at 3 p. in.
Young People's prayor meeting
t (5:30 p.m. Childten's mo ting at
2:30 p. m. , Monday.; pruj or meet
ing, Wednesday evening; L idles
prayer meeting Friday at 3 p. m.
All aro cordially invited to ntteud
Tho services of tho Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathe
dral tomorrow (Sunday) will bo
aa follows: 9:15 a. m., mor
ning prayer with sermon, To Denm,
Wood ward in T), hymns 255. 280
and 304. Anthom, "Seek Yo the
L .id " (J:30 p. in., evening piuyor
with Kormon. Hymns 279, '78
Roman Catholic Catiicihial
Services will bo as follows: G and
7 n in, Low MtiH-i with M"ly Com
munion; 9a in, Muss with English
instruction; 10:30 a m, High Mass
with uativo sermon; 2 p in, ltos-ar'
and nativo instruction; .1:00 p in,
uativo itiBtruction aud Benedic
tion; Weokduys, Low Mass tit G
unci 7 am.
Lattlu Day Saints Eforga
nized Church of Jesus Christ of
Lattor-Day Saints; Mililuni Hall,
roar of Opera Honso. Services
will bo held on Sunday as follows;
10 a. m., Biblo class; 11:15 a.m.
and G:30 p. in., preaching.
Y. M. O. A. Sunday, 11 a. in.,
8erviceat Oahu jail; 3 p. m., boys'
mooting in Association Hall;
praise soivico in Y. M. C. A. Hall
at G-30 p. m.
l'lillccmcn' IHrclrlc I.niilrriia.
Paris policomen have been sup
plied with oleotric dark lanterns,
by means of which they can boo
150 feet away. They were employ
ed successfully in a recent raid in
the Bois do Boulogno on the
homeless persons who Bleop thoro
ItltiNt Ho Appropriate.
To tlio person suggesting tho
most appropriate numo for the
lake now in coursoof construction
at Kowalo, Messrs. Bruce Waring
& Co. will givo a deed in feo Bim
plo. Sond in your guoss to their
Storling, tho painter, is pro
pared to quoto prices on roof
painting. Ho uses a composition of
coal tar and cement. Cheapest
and best roof preparation in Ho
nolulu. Tho Vacuum oils aro sold in
tho Hawaiian Islands by tho Paci
fic Hardware Co.,Ltd.,of Honolulu,
and aro delivered to tho purchas
er in original packages as shipped
from our works. Vacuum Oil
Co., Edward Prizor, Secretary.
Subsoribo for the Evk.ni.no Bdl-
i.etin 75 cents pur month.
.it A '-. Vsrtef- J;.-v..t5 ?;??J:a&f L-..:r V .tASmt.iMJfc
Siiifii; JMlliaiw ti 'feflTmirlOwHtrT i iiViiffiHiiillmBi n. vmw&cmwmmi-
Steamers of tho abovo Lino running in oonneotion with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC BAIL WAT
Between Vancouver, B. O., and Sydney, N. S. W., and calling at Vlotoria, B. O.
Honolulu and Suva (1'iji),
KE 3DXTE jZJJ, nonsrOLTTXiTT
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
From Sy iltioy anil Sura, for Victoria anil
Vancouver, II. O.t
Btmr "MIOW KRA" February 24
Btmr "WAIUUMOO" March 21
Btmr ' 'MIOWKltA" April 24
Btmr "WAIUUMOO" May 24
Tlirouirh TleliotH Issucrt from iroiiolulii to Canndn,
United States nnd Europe.
I'nKIOIIT AND PASSKNOril aoents:
D. MoNrooLii, Montreal, Oannda.
ItoncitT Kl'.an, WiuniiicK, Canada.
M. M. Stkiin, San Fratiei eo, Oal.
G. jMoli. Brown, Vnticnuvor, B. O.
For San Francisco:
The Now and Fino Al Steel Steamship
Ot the Oceonio Steamship Company will
ho duo at Ilonolnln trom Syuuoy and
Auckland on or about
Fob. 4, 1807.
And will leavo for tlio olxive port with
Mails and I'aHKougera on or alxiut that
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho New and Fine Al Stee StcamBhip
" Monowai "
Ot tho Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo due at Honolulu from Son Francisco
on or about
Feb. 11, 1897.
And will have prompt despatch with
Mails and PaabenKera for tho above ports.
Tho undersigned aro now prepared
ThroiiRh Tickets to All Points
in tho I'liiletl States.
tFor further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
for 8. F.
Feb. 2, 1897 Feb. 11, 1697
March 2. 1897 Murch 11, 1807
From San Francisco
From Sydney for
Monowai, Fob 11, 07 I Alameda, Feb 4, '97
Alameda, Mo 11, '97 J Maiiposa, Mo 4, '97
Dr. W. L. Moore
Special attcutlon given to diseases of the
oyo and car.
Office hour. jjjftfjS;
Waianuenuo Ave. near Court Ho-jho. i03-ti
DR. C. A. PETERSON
, . REMOVED TO
No. 28 Emma Street,
Offlco Hours: 8 to 10 a. m., 2 to 4 aud
7 to 8 p. m. Telephone 7S2. 407-2ui
DR. BERT. F. BURGESS,
.Physician and Surgeon
Hours: 8:30 to 10 a. m., 1:30 to
4 p. m anil 7 to 8 p. m. . . ,
41(1 Punchbowl street or U3 Miller street,
Honolulu, Oahu. 400-tf
A. C. WALL, D. D. S.,
New Lovo's Huildiug, Fort Stroot. i
TELEPHONE 431, '
Oceanic Steamslup. Co.
Australian Mail Service.
Oceanic Steamsnip Co.
From Victoria nnil VnnrntiTrr, 11. O., to
Suva anil Sjitncvl
Btmr "WAIUUMOO" Februnry 16
Btmr "MIOWUllA" March 16
Stuir "WAIUUMOO" Aiiril 16
Stmr "MIOWE1IA" May 16
C3T For Freight and Passage and all
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for tlio Hawaiian Islands.
Wilder's Steamship Go's
O. L. WIGHT, Pres. V. B. HOSE, Boo.
Cnpt. J. A. KINO, PortSupt.
Will leavo Honolaln at 10 a. m., touching at
Liihniua, Mnnlnen Bay and Mnkena tho
Hamo djy; Mahnkonn, Kawaihao ond Lau
imhochoo tho following day, arriving at
llilo tho saino ovoniug.
LKAVK8 HOWOLPI.U. AHBIVES HONOLULU.
"Prlc.iiy. .. ,
j Fritl ay. . .
Koturning, will leavo llilo at 1 o'clock
r. m., touching at Luupiihuchoo, Alahn.
kouij and Kawaihao samo dnyj Makena,
Ilaalnea Hay and I.ahaiua thu following
day; arriving at Ilonolnln the afternoons
of 'iuosday and Fridays.
Will cull at Pohoiki, Puna.
0No Freight will bo received after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leavo Honolulu Tuesday at fi p. m.i
touching at Kahului, liana, Homoaand
Kipahulu, Maui. Ittturnlng arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call ot Nuu, Kaupo, on second trip
of each month.
"No Freight will bo recoived after
r. m. on aay of sailing.
This Company will reserves the right to
make ohuuges in tl(0 time of departuru and
arrival of its steuuiers without notice and
it will not bo responsible for any oonsc
quences arising therefrom.
Oousigupos must bo at tho Landings to
recoivo their Freight; this Company will
not hold itsolf responsible for freight aftor
it has been lauded.
Live Stock only at owner's risk.
This Company will not ho responsible
for Money or Valuables of passengers
unless placed in tho caro of Pnrsers.
PasbeiiRers aio requested to purchaso
tickets beforo embarking. Thoso falling to
do so will bo subject to an additional
ohargo of twenty-live per cent.
In Block3 to suit pur
chasers. Will deliver
after January 2, 1897.
3r" Inquire of
Tho Hawaiian Safo Dopooit &
408 Fort Street
Situated on a Beautiful Tlillsido Overlook.
ing tho Ocean, ond 1300 feet
above Sea Level,
Only 24 hours' sail from nonolnln.
Climate mild, cle.ir djy atmosphere, froo
from fogs and malaria, OBpecial provision
for quiet and rest as well as for omuso.
ment and outdoor life. Hates $2 per day
or $10 per week. Medical attendance extra,
DH. H. A. LINDLEY, Prop.,
325'" Kona, Hawaii.
Gold niid Silverware,
Crookory and lvorywnro,
"Whito Grass Oloth, Mattings,
Wicker aud Stoamor Chairs,
Cigars, Etc., Etc,
WING WO TAT & CO.,
211 Xnuiuu Sliect, Honolulu.