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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 1, 1897.
THE S 8 WAKANOURA MhRU
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
A PII.K OF BIAIHSB ITKMHIIAKFII
M. S. Autrnllu from Trlnco Tomorrow
The llnrknilltir W. II. Illnionil
About the Steniiicr..
A ship vas sighted off port
early this morning.
Tho schooner Honolulu is lying
nt SoronBon't) wharf.
Tho R P Rithet 1ms moved to
Nuuonu btreot vhnr.
Tho Wilder steamer Kinau will
depart nt 10 a m tomorrow.
Tho steamer Iwnlani may leavo
ou Wednesday for Lahaiua aud
Tho eclioouor Vikiug sailed
from Kahului for Fanning Island
on Jan 20.
Tho bark Coylon received some
Garden Iulo product from tho W
G Hall today.
Tho Btoamora Wainloalo aud
Lchua put sweet stuff into tho
Tho S S Chittagong from Port
land nud Astoria may bo expected
about tho 10th inst.
Tho KinaU sails at 10 tomor
row, the Lehua at !, tho Likelike,
Clnudinc and W G Hall at 5.
Tho bark S 0 Allen was launch
ed from tho Marino Railway this
morning, and is now lying m tho
Tomorrow, high tide largo -1:18
am; high tide small 4:18 p m; low
tide laigol):10 p m; low tide small
Tho schooner Robert Lewors
movfd up to Fort street whaif
this morning to dischargo New
Tho steamnr Likeliko brought
2250 bugs sugar for Win G Irwin
& Co aud 2S00 bags for H Hack
fold & Co.
Tho y S Australia is expected
to arrive tomorrow morning with
passengers, mail and freight from
tho Day City.
A deserter from tho ship S P
Hitchcock, which sailed last week,
was captured on Saturday. Harry
Evans will Bhip him in tho
Honry Peters is now a full
Hedged customs inspector. Ho
appeared this morning in a brand
now bluo suit, and sported a shin
ing badge of offlco on his breast.
No fears aro felt at tho oflico of
tho Wililor S S Co. for tho safety
of tho btoamor Mokolii. Tho Mo
kolii should have arrived ou
Saturday morning, but hud not
arrived early this aftomoou.
Vessels leaving this afternoon
aro tho Waialeale at i for Kilauea,
Kalihiwai and Hmmloi, tho Kauai
at 3 for Waimea aud Kokaha, tho
James Mukee at 4 for Kapaa, and
tho Mikahula at 5 for Elcelo aud
Tho J A Cummins put hor car
go of No 1 Waimaualo sugar into
tho barkontino W II Dimond this
morning. Tho Dimond finished
loading this nftornnon with an in
stalment from the steamer Like
like, and Cptain Nilson says ho
will leavo sometimo tomorrow for
Captain Allen of the Wakanou
ra Maru says tho fears in Jupan
for the Sakura Maru, supposed to
have been overdue, were caused
by ignorancn of tho fact that the
stoamer had called hero for
coal. Ho says a cublo was re
ceived before he sailed saying the.
supposed overdue steamer had
culled ut Honolulu.
Tho Japaneso S S Wakanoura
Maru arrived this morning. Ill
days from Yokohama. Shu
brought 100 Japaneso immigrants
nnd 293 tons of froight for Hono
lulu. W G Irwin fe Co aro tho
agents. Slio will continue her
voyage to Seattle tomorrow. The
"Wakanoura Muru was loaded for
London, but for some reason was
unloaded, and was then loaded
for Seattle aud this port. The
captain aud chief ollicors aro
haoles, but tho onginoors and tho
rest of tho crow nro Japs. Captain
Allen has boon this way boforo in
AVhilo loading his truck with
sugar ou-Oceanic dock this morn
ing, a native laboror was struck
by a sling of sugar from tho
steamer Likelike. Carolpss as tho
rest of them, he was working with
his back to tho Bteanfer, right
in the way. He was hit in his
roar by a sling which throw him
against the truck, cutting tho side
of his face and knocking him in-
v-' yyi iTiMoft
OaeTriil will prov'ejheir
sousible for fivo minutes. Watei
was thrown in his face, aud when
lie revived ho lay on tho wharf
for a half hour, whou ho walked
to Dr MoKibbin's oQico to huvo
his wouud dressed.
From Hawaii, per stmr Lohua,
Jau 31 W A Hardy.
From Kauai, per stmr W G
Hall, Jan 31 A S Wilcox, F W
Glado, A Dreinr, F Deinort, Mrs
L Clark, Dr J K Smith, Miss J
Smith, J J Nowcomb, H Brack
and wife, and 37 on deck.
From Maui, por stmr Claudine,
Jan 31 C A Sprockols, O Bolt,
F M Swanzy, O B Wells, H P
Baldwin, J M Alexander, H C
Ovoudeu, A T Tavaros, F L Zollor,
J S Muirhoad, Cupt. Charles Nel
son, Adjt L M Siraonson, G 15
Schroedor, Miss O L Turner, W
Kaluakini, A Haneborg, Paul Is
onberg, Sr, Otto Isonberg, Akaua
liilii, 1'ong How, Awaun, and 18
From Japau, per S S AVaka
noura Maru, Fob 1 Mr Mat6U
mura and 100 immigrants.
Sunday, Jan. SI.
Stmr Mkrllke, Nte, from Hawaii.
Stmr Wiiliilialc, Varker, from Kauai.
Stmr Lehua, Everett, from Hawaii.
Stmr Clamlliic, Camcion, from ports on
Stmr W G Hall, Ilnglund, from ports on
Stmr J A Cummins, Senile, from Oalm
Monday, Feb. I.
Jap S S Wakanoura Mam, Allen, from
Monday, Feb, I.
Stmr Kaala, .Mo.lier, for Oalm ports.
Stmr J A Cummins, Scarle, for Oalm
VESSELS LEAVING" TOMORROW.
Stmr W (1 Hall, llaslund, for Kauai ports.
Stmr Claudine, Cameron, for Mnut and Ha
Stmr Klnau, Cluikc, for Maul and Ha
waii. Am bktn J M (irltlltli, Arey, for l't Town
send. Jap 8 8 TVnknnoura Maru, Allen, for
Stmr Llktllkc, Nye, for Olowalu and
Am liktu V II Dimond, Nlhon, for San
Stmr Lchua, Kierctt, for Lnnpahoshoe, Ho
uuhiiia, Hakalau, Honomu aud Pohakumaiiu.
CARGOES ntOM ISLAND PORTS.
Ex stmr J A Cummins 1541 bags sugar.
F.t stmr Mkellkc SU5U bags sugar. ?0 pkgs
Ex stmr Walalcile 1650 bags sugar, 3 pkgs
Ex stmr Lehua 3233 bags sugar, 25 bead
cattle, 55 pkgs -iundrles.
Ex stmr W G Hall 5205 bags sucar.31
bacs pla, 200 sheep. 5 bdls hides, 50 pkgs
Ex stmr Claudine 402J bags sugar, -10
bags potatoos, U0 bags corn, 57 hides, 75
BENT-At Maternity Home, Honolulu,
January 20, 1897, to the ulfoofDaWd
Bent, a sou.
NIl.ON-Iti thli city, January 30, ISU7, at
7:S0 and Va p m, respectively, to the
wife of H Nilson, twins, boy and girl.
SMITH Edward Nathan,- aged S months,
sou of Mr. and Mrs A. T. Smith, lu Ho
nolulu, Saturday, January 30, lb'J7.
Tho funeral was held at 10 a. in. yes
terday from the family residence on
1'iinchbunl slreel, uud was attended by
imltu a number of the relative und
ft mul or the parents. Rev. Mr. Mon
roe, pastor of the Christian Church, con
ducted the services.
Tliu baby boy was a sweet, bright llttlo
ono. Death ramu verr suddenly, of con-
ublona The Illness was ol not more
than half an hour's duration,
OKI! OK LEAP YEAR.
Tills is the latest on leap year: A
well luiown young gentleman declined
to call upon a Mjry dunning young
lady lUIng In Queen Anne town When
prcb&cd for a reason ho said: "She Is
too much like Ranle. Reer. She's
bright, sparhllng nnd pure, and t,o
full of life I nm afraid sho will 'pop. "
On tap or hi bottles nt tho Criterion.
carefully V, j Tn.
i I H J Aun 1 rueMkit
k rLLti llf i J
m jig "U inLLHllj
THE CANS ARe
m pAcKED IN
THOSE OF 0THW
rw b a . 4
IN MY LADY'S CHAMBER.
Wtw anil Artlstlo Itcitspremls Snmmer
Illnnkats mid atattruss I'atls.
Tlio first object of Importance) In n
bedroom is tho bed. If this is comforta
ble, properly inado and prettily druped,
tho rest of tho room is easily mnungrd.
With, a view to being helpful in this
mutter, n writer in tho New York Itpf
nld offers theso Btigscstiona: If you can
drapo your bed irreprotive ot cost, then
is nothing handsomer than rcjinlraaticn
laco on bmsKcls net, If your soul yearns
for embroidery, thero nro hftivy linen
'hand embroidered nnd Jicm ditched
spreads, with drawn work insertion,
richly embroidered in raised satin htitch,
in cotton, wliito or colors.
Tho old Aiursoillea quilt, which has
held undisputed sway, lias now a rival
in tho patent sateen embroidered spreads.
Thcbo show a sateen finished face, with
heavily raised Iwrdcr and sprays in
flornl effects closely resembling hand
embroidery, in heavy raised satin stitch.
You may pay for them anything from
f 2. CO all tho way up to $25. But when
you have reached $10, they aro embroid
ered by hand. Tho sateen hprcads uro
also' shown with u deep border in ft
raised design, then a floral border in
colors, dogwood or wild roses in dainti
est shades, uud more of tho raised ef
fect, with tho center covered with
sprays in tho design of tho border. This
printing is hand stamped and in abso
lutely fust colors. Tho beauty of any of
theso spreads is greatly enhanced by a
deep full of lace, which is sowed on by
hand. This may bo of heavy torchon,
nntiquo or renaissance, according to tho
quality of tho spread.
For summer use, nud moro especially
for ono's cottage in tho country, tho
arid spreads of light, figured dimity
aro to bo recommended. For trimming
theso comes u pretty cotton vaudyko
fringe, Tho wholo thing is suggestive
of sweetness and country scents aud
Summer blankets of a lightness as to
weight that would scarco embarrass a
fairy aro shown in colors to suit tho fur
nishings of any room, uud instead of Do
ing left donblo, to tho dismay of the
unwary sleeper, for whoso discomfort
they aro always put on wrong end up,
they nro cut in two and handsomely
bound with satin ribbon in white or col
ors. Mattress pads in nil sizes aro shown.
They uro light and easily washed and n
great improvement ou tho muslin cases
with which neat housewives havo hcro
toforo enveloped thelr'mattrcsscs.
How l'ractlouul Currency Cumo Jnto Use.
In 1803 small silver chnugo was very
scarco, and pcoplo could not find n me
dium of oxebaugo for small transactions.
Change had to be takou in groceries,
veu&tablos, etc. General Splnnur, treas
urer of tho United States, was appealed
to for change. Thero was no law under
which he could produce small currency,
so ho ordered a largo quantity of post
ago stamps, pasting them on different
sized pieces of papor to represent differ
ent amounts. This was dubbed "postal
currency. " From this General Spinner
got his idea of fractional currency aud
applied to eongiess for tho right to
muko it. Tho facsimilo of postngo
stamps yrns put on each piece of cur
rency, aud for n long time it was known
as "pobtul currency.'
How to Curo Hcaldi.
Toko a cumol's hair brush; wash the
wound carefully with lukowuriu water
ovory day. Wipo brush dry, then dip
iu liusued oil. Cover tho wouud with
oil. Scrape whiting on ujme. fiundago
cnrctully. This bus cured tho worst of
scalds without lcuvlng any mark.
How Yvcctable Ivory Is Produced.
Vogutublo ivory is tho seed (corozo
nut) of thePhytolophasmacrocarpa, oue
of tho most beautiful of thnmauy. palms
which grow in South America. In tho
heart of its tall and graoeful plumo of
light green loaves nro found 0 or 8
heads of fruit, cullod by tho natives
"negro heads," each of winch weighs
from 20 to 25 pounds uud holds many
triangular nuts. Theso seeds or nuts
contain at first a milky fluid which
gradually becomes so hard us to make it
a valuable subhtunco for ivory iu the
manufacture of knobs, buttons, eta
Hoir to Slake Anchovy Jiutter.
Clean and bone G nuchovles uud beat
them well iu a mortar ; ndd 2 ouncos of
butter, mix well and pass through a wire
sievo. Serve on pieces of buttcrod toast.
City Cnrringo Co.. J. S. And.
ratio, nmnnger. If you wont a
back with good horso and care
ful driver ring up Telephone 113,
oorner of Fort and Merchant
(treats. Haok at all hours.
Dr. O. B. High, dentist, gra
duate Philadelphia Dental Col
lego, 1892, MaBonio Templo.
Trusting that you may bo in
terested iu cycling, we tako tho
liberty of stating to you a fow
facts about our whools:
"Wo need not troublo you with
needless description of tho World
Famed "KAM13LER" Bioyclo,
which by its eaBy running, ap
pcarnnce, strength and lasting
qualities has won for tho makors
a namo world renowned.
Tho "RAMBLERS" nro equi
pod with tho grpat G.&J. Detach
able Tiro, which sinco its intro
duction to Honolulu has proved,
by tho numbors iu uso, tho most
successful nnd necessary adjust
ment to a bicyclo.
Wo tako great ploasuro in re
coraonding to our friends the
"ItAMBLEB" and trust that in
furnishing ono to any person they
will npver havo occasion to regret.
Om tiTins nro such that a bicy
cle is no longer a luxury but a
necessity in actual saving of time
and muiiii) . Wo would nsk you
to but cull and got our figures.
As is customary nearing the
closo of each year, tho makors in
order to got ready for tho ensuing
year, oiler tho presout 189G
wheels at reduced pricos. Wo aro
now propaied to give our cus
tomors tho benefit of these reduc
tions as long ns our stock holds
out. For thoso wishing an up to
dato wheel of tho highesbgrado,
ono which wo can guarantee to
tho fullest extent, wo would offer
tho "RAMBLER." As to im
provements for tho coming senson
wo would say wo anticipate none.
Such changes which may bo mado
will, as has boen the past two
years, bo changes immaterial to
the improvement of tho wheel in
Kindly givo this somo thought
or call your frionds'attentiou to it
E. 0. Hall & Son
. , . , For Everybody:
The only complote line of
MUSIC GOODS I
In tho Inlands. A few of
our specialties ....
Kingsbury Pianos I
The perfection of art In
CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGANS, Un
equaled In tone, beauty and con
struction. UEGINA MUSIO BOXES, the King
of all, playa over ono thousand
AUTOHAUPS, everybody's instru
ment, a child can play it.
GUITARS, we carry the celebrated
Henry F. Mason, Harwood and
other make, from $4 up.
BANJOS, Stewart, Fairbanks &
Cole and other wellkuonu
ACCOKDEONS, tho eolobrated "Un
perial" and other gopd Hues.
BST And a thousand and one other
smuller Instruments too numerous to
Our celebrated Wall, Niohols Co.
"Stak" Brand of
GUITAR, VIOLIN ana
Are the beat made. Uso no other.
For all Instruments.
Our stock Is tho most varied to be
found this side of 'Frisco, and the
prices the same an you pay In the
All Instruments sold on oasy month
WALL, NIOHOLS CO.,
The money savers for you.
Steamers of the above Line running in connection with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, B. O., and Sydney, N. S. W nnd calling at Vlotoria, B. a.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
.A.:Ee:E3 xdtxe uJT nonsroLTTXixr
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
From Sydney unit Sum, for Victoria nnil
Vnnrouror. II. cl
Stmr "MIOWEIU" Fobrnnry 24
Btmr "WARIUMOO" March 24
8tnl"MIOWEHA,' April 24
Strar "WAIUUMOO" May 24
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to Cnmulit,
United States nnd Europe.
FUEtOUV AND rABSENOElt AOENTSi
D. MoNiooll, Montreal. Oauniln.
ItoiiEitT Keiiii, Wiunipog, Canada.
M. M, Stkun, Son Franrisco, Cal.
G. MoIj. Bnowit, Vnnfonver, B. O.
Australian Mail Senrice.
For San Francisco:
Tho Now and Fino Al Steel Steamship
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from Sydney and
Aucklaud on or about
Fob. 4-., 3.897.
Aud will leavo for the nbovo port withJ
Mails and Pnuscngcrs on or about that
For Sydnuy and Auckland:
Tho Now nud Fino Al Steo Steamship
" Monowai "
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Compnny will
bo duo at Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
Feb. 11, 1897.
And will havo prompt despatch with
Mails aud Passcugeis for tho nbovo ports.
Tho undersigned are now prepared
Through Tickets to All Points
in tho United States.
CSfFor further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to '
WM. G. IFfiviN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. P.
Tob. 2, 1897 Fob. 11, 1897
March 2, 1897.....jMarch 11, 1897
From San Frnncisoo From Sydney for
for Sydney. Sun Francisco.
Arrive Honolulu, Leave Honolulu.
Monowai, Feb 11, '97 I Alameda, Feb 4, '97
Alamoda, Mo 11, '1)7 Mmiposm, Mu4, '97
Dr. W. L. Moore
Special attention given to diseases of the
eye and ear. j
1 9 to IS am.
(3 to 4 pm.
Waianucnue Avo. near Court Ho'ase. i03-ti
DR. C. A. PETERSON
.... JtKiiovrn to ....
No. 28 Emma Street,
Offlco Ilourss 8 to 10 n. m., 2 to 4 nnd
7 to 8 p. in. Telephone 752. 407-2m
t DR. BERT. P. BDRGESS,
.Physician, and Surgeon
Hours: 8:30 to 10 a. m., 1:30 to
4 p. m and 7 to 8 p. m, . . .
44fll,unclibol street or 14U Miller street,
Honolulu, Ouuu. 400-tf
A. C. WALL, D. D. S.,
Now Lovo'h Building, Fort Street.
Oceanic Stmig Co.
mm SteamsniD Go.
From Victoria nnd Vnnconrer, Ilk O,, to
Sutn nl Sydney!
Stmr "WAHMMOO" February 16
Bttnr"MIOVEltA" March 16
Stmr "WAItRIMOO" Ainl 16
Stmr "MIOWE1IA" May 16
EST For Freight nud Passage nnd all
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for tho Hnwaiinn Islands.
jrs HMD 10 s
O. L. WIGHT, Tres. S. B. KOSE, Seo,
dipt. J. A. KING, I'ortSupt.
Will leavo Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching at
Lahalna, Maalaea Bay and Mukenu the
samo day; MahttkonR, Kawaihao and Lau-
Enhoehoo tho following day, arriving at
ilo tho samo evening,
LIAVXB HOWOI.Ut.P. ABRIVE8 HONOLULU.
"Tuesday Feb. 2
Friday Fob. 12
Tuesday Ftb. 9
Fridnv Pel, in
Tuesday Feb. 2.'1
Tuesday... .-Mar 2
Mar. 6 j Friday... ..Mar 12
Keturuing, will leave Hilo at 1 o'clock
P. M., touching at Laupuhoehoe, Muhu
kona and Knwaihno sairo day; Makena,
Maalaea Bay nnd Luhaiua the following
day arriving nt Honolulu the afternoons
of luesday nnd Fridays.
' Will call at Pohoiki, Buna.
fWNo Freight will bo received after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leavo Honolulu Tuesday nt 5 P. M.i
touching at Knhului, liana, Itamonand
Kipahula, Maui, itetnmiug arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, on second trip
of each month.
D"No FrolRht will bo received after
P. M. on day of sailing.
This Company will reserves the right to
mnke changos iu tho timo of departure and
arrival ot its steamers without notice and
it will not be responsible for any conse
quences arising therefrom.
consignees must be nt the Landing'? to
receive their Freight; this Company will
not hold itself responsible for freight after
it has been lauded.
Live Stock only at owner's risk.
This Company will not bo responsible
for Money or Valuables of passengers
unless placed iu the caro of Pursers.
BasKongers nro requested to purchase
tickets boforo embarking. Those failing to
do no will be Bubject to an additional
charge of twenty-live per oent.
In Blocks to suit pur
chasers. Will deliver
after January 2, 1897.
K5?" Inquiro of
The Hawaiian Safo DopoBit &
08 Fort Street
Situated on a Beautiful Hlllsldo Overlook.
ing the Ocean, nnd 1300 feet
above Sea Level.
Only 24 hour' sail from Honolulu.
Climate mild, clenr dry ntmosnhero, free
from fogs and malaria, especial provision
for quiet and rst as well as for nmuso-
mont nnd outdoor life. Rates $2 per day
or S10 per week. Medical attendonco extro,
M'tt Ko'na, Hawaii.
Just ' Received
Gold nnd Silvorworo,
Crockery und Ivorywaro,
Wbito Grass Oloth, Mattings,
Wicker and Stoatnor Chairs,
Cigars, Etc., Etc.,
WING WO TAI & CO.,
214 Nunonu Stieet, Honolulu.
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