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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 2, 1897.
ON THE WATERFRONT
I take ploasuroin nnnounc
inc to vou that I havo romoV'
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
im)iucii:n vkvh'.m inwaiui ami
, A Small lUpnntlie Alilrn lle-T
Sucr ('nrenm-Mlht-r mn
NiiIch of 'today.
The WnknuonrnMuru coutimios
Lor voyage to Soiittlo Uub utter
noon. Tho borkeutine J M Griffith
Bailed yesterday afternoon for
Tho steamer Kinau loft shortly
nftor 10 a in today. Tliero was a
slim paBBengor list.
Tho W G llall will leavo nt 5
this ovoniuR for Nawiliwili, Ha
namaulu and Koloa.
Tho Iwalaui and tho Knena
wero hauled on the Marino Rail
way yesterday for repairs.
Tho ship Henry B Hydo and
the bark Mohican have moved to
Railroad wharf to load Ewa
Tomorrow, high tide large -1:4.4.
a m; high tide smnll G:30 p in; low
tide large 10:30 pm; low tido small
11:35 a m.
Tho schooner Honolulu was
measured for a Hawaiian register
a few clave aco by Sorenson &
Lylo. Her not tonnage is 938.18,
and gross tonnage 982.75.
The bark Ceylon cleared for
San Francisco today. Her cargo
is made up of 15,055 bags sugar,
valued at S5G.738.75. Win G
Irwin it Co were the shippers.
After a voyago of 58 days from
Newcastle, . S W, tho American
ship 0 F Sargent arrived hint
night with a cargo of coal. Sho
is anchorod in the stream. Tho
Sargent was here last year.
Mr Morton, lately a customs in
spector, lias accepted a position in
the appraiser's department. He
bad taken a place in W W Di
mond'B storo, but resigned to take
the position in tho Custom House.
Tho barkentino W H Uiraoud
Bailed for San Francisco this,
afternoon with a cargo of sugar,
valued" at $40,733. Tho sugar was
shipped as follows: W G Irwin
& Co, 240G bags; M S Grinbauin
& Co, G030 bags; H A'Yidemanu,
About 1 o'clock today a fire
alarm was tooted. A drum of tar
wob boing boiled over tho galley
firo aboard the bark Alden Besso.
Tho tar boiled over and was soon
ablazo, but a few buckets of water
Boon put tho firo out. The paint
work in tho g.dley was scorched
and blackened, and tho lloor was
covored with a mess of tar, water
and groaso. An on"iuo and hoso
cart hurried to Nuuanu street
wharf where the vossol is lying,
but their services wero not need
ed. Tho American bark Albort,
Griffiths master, arrived this
morning, 19 days out from San
Francisco. Light winds were had
during part of tho voyago, but
during tho latter pari strong
south-west und southerly winds
wero experienced. Tho vessol
was in sight of tbir. island yester
day, but could not mako port. A
full general morohaudiso cargo
was brought in tiro vessel's hold,
and thoro was a regular menagerie
on deck. A fiuo lot of horses,
cattle, and mules, in good condi
tion, aud a few chickons, a dog,
"and somo pigeonB comprised the
happy family. Tho live-stock is
for various parties, Tlio cattle
aro beautiful thoroughbrod
animals, and thoro wore moro of
thorn aboard tho bark when sho
arrivod at Honblulu than when
she left tho Bay City, sevoral
calves being bom during the long
Tho North Gorman Lloyd twin
soi'ow mail steamer Freidrich der
Grosse, which loft Southampton
upon hor maiden voyago on 23rd
Nov, is romurkablo as being tho
largest mail steamer yot sent to
Australia. Sho has been con
structed by tho Vulcan Company,
of Bredow-on-tho-Odor, and her
chief dimensions are: Length be
tween perpendiculars, 525ft; beam,
60ft; insido depth, 31ft; and reg
istered tonnage, 10,500. Sho has
accommodation for 100 first-class
passengers und seven ty-six second-class.
Tliero are two pro
mouado docks amidships, one im
mediately above tho other, tho
lower one being for tho uso of
second-class passengers, and the
upper ono for first-class. They
nre 25Gtt in length. Tho chief fea
ture of tho ship is that both tho
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J HTSrSLAT'PACKED,N VERYlAnOEANBev
' Pnf!! SPECIALLi' POO DRANK). M
VgPTeTrial will prove theirjcnrj.'l2..
first and Becond-class cabins aro
on deck, as well as tho diuiug,
smoking, and ladies' salooim for
both classes. This arraugoraont js
a groat advautagoiu a tropical cli
mate. Tho safety of tho ship has
been ably thought out. Besides
a double bottom running from
eud to ond, she is built with twolvo
watertight bulkheads extending to
tho upper deck, dividing thr
space into thirteen watertight
compartments, so that two adjoin
ing compartments could bo filled
without ondangoring her safety.
Ovor twenty lifeboats aro carried
on tho awning deck, whence they
can bo very quickly lowered. Each
ongiuo is of the quadruple expan
sion typo, with four cyclinders.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr
Kinau, Feb 2 G A Martin, J M
Macy, W Mullor, II Louisson, W
A Hardy aud wife, A Lidgato, C
F Hart, Miss l'urke, Mrs Smldlor,
Miss Wilholm.AV Bawling, Father
Matthew, Diyrid Wco and wife.
Monday, Kcb. I.
C F Sargent, Morse, Irotn N'cw-
Ti'ESDAT, Feb. 3.
J A Cuminlus, Seaile, from Oalm
Am bk Albert, Grinillis,
from San Fr.in-
MOSDAT, Feb. I.
Stmr Kcauhou, Thompson, for Knunl.
Btmr James Makcc, Tnllctt, for Knpaa.
Stmr Kauai, llrulin, for Walraca and Ke
kaha. Am liktn J M Grltlltli, Aroy, for l't Town
cnd. Stmr Mlkaliala, Thompson, for Elcclc and
Stmr Waialeale, l'arkcr, for Kllauca, Kali
utwal and Iljiialci.
Tuesday, Feb. 2.
Stmr W G Hall, tlnglund, for Kuual ports.
Stmr Claucllne, Cameron, for iluul and 11a
wall. Stmr Kluau, Claike, for Manl and Ila
wnll. Jnp S S Wakanoura Mam, Allen, for
Stmr Llkellke, Nye, for Olowalu and
Am bktn V II Dlmond, Nllson, for San
Stmr I.ehua, Everett, for Lnupabolioe, Ho
nohlna, llakalau, llouomii and I'ohakurannu.
OAl'.aOES FllOM ISLAND TOUTS.
Ex stmr J A Cummins 13i'5 bae;s(Hecla)
An Apiiroiirlnto I'nililciii.
The Amoricau buffalo exempli
fies to the fullest extent tho ele
ments of hearty rugged strength
in animal life, nnd tho Buffalo
Brewery Co. have made a peculiar
ly appropriate selection of a trade
mark in choosing this animal to
reprosont its productions, in that
the tonio nnd refreshing proper
ties of tho Buffalo Boor promote
ln'ftlth and invigorate tho systora,
producing a similar condition of
hardy strength in tho human
framo. Tho Royal, Cosmopolitan
and Pacific saloons are the media
of distribution for this famous
brow to an nppreeiativo public,
and tho interchanaoablo chock is
tho passport at any of theso
favorite resorts. Drink "Buffalo"
There is butter and there is
butter but thoro is no butter that
arrives in Honolulu so sweot and
fresh as tho Mikilua and Waiauae
Butter Its rapid transit by rail
direct from tho dairy to tho Pala
ma Grocery's large ico box so
conveniently situated opposite tho
railway depot enables us to
handlo it to tho best advantage.
No wonder wo are doing euoIj a
largo butter business, whon wo
aro soiling thiB fine butter at 3Co.
per lb. Palama Grocery, oppo
site Railway Depot, King Btreot.
Telephone 755. .
Nicely furnished rooms at tho
Popular House, 151 Fort
from $1.00 per week up.
JUST A LOCK OF HAIR.
Tho Old Mm Hail Lout It, but Was Not
"Iloro stop this kyiirl" slioutod nn old
mnn In n Urondwny car lull of pn(Oiigors,
whloli Imil Just pnssoil Suvontcontli street,
tho otlior tiny.
Tlio cqmluctor rang tlio boll, nnd thoonr
enmo to n stop, but ltiAtcid of Retting off
tlio mnn bpgnn fumbling In his pockets
"All of you look nroun' nnd liolp mo,
Qnd It. I'vo lost suntliln In n papor."
"What's tlio mntterf" nskud tlio con
ductor as ho btnrtod tho enr nnd camn u
Mo. "I'vo cither bin robbed or lost sunthln."
"No. 1 lind a lock of hnlr dono up In n
plpco of pnper, nnd I'vo lost It out o' my
pockot. Lomnio look nround n lectio."
All tlio passengers nenr lilm roso up to
let him search, but tlio pnrcol was not to
"Just n lock of hair, wns itf" queried
ono when It beennio certain tho parcel
could not bo found.
"Yes, jest a lock o' linlr, but I'vo enr
rtcd It fur nigh upon ten y'nrs. It's queer
bow I loitlt. Must n foil out In thostrout."
"A sort of momento, ohf"
" Yes, It wns n lock of tny wlfo's hnlr,
nnd sho's dead. I'vo carried thnt fur y'nrs
nnd y'nrs mid never lost It nforo. Tlint was
awful keurless o' mo."
Tliero was it strong touch of sentiment
In tho Incident, and half a dozen pas.-en-Rors
roso up ngaln and helped In tho search,
but tho parcel liucl not been lost In tho car.
Moro tli. in ono sympathetic glnnco was bo
stoned upon tho old man, who zoomed
much put out nt his loss, but presontly ho
knocked things In tho head by sitting
down nnd crossing his legs nnd saying:
"Wnll, If film's lost, sho's lost, mid wo'll
let It go. I'm goln' to bo married ng'ln
uoxt week anyhow, and I s'poo I'd hov
had to hldo It away In tho cornhouso or
had a row "Now York World.
Hurglar No nolso or I will firo I
Mnrrlod Man (desperately) .Tnvo, I bo-
Uovo that's tho only thing that will quiet
It I Truth.
How to Preparo Palled Bread.
Take n loaf of freshly linked brca
wliilo it is still warm anil rnthcr under
done, mid pnll tho insido ont of it in
irregular shaped pieces about tho ftizo
of au egg. Put theso in a good oven nnd
balro a dolicato brown. They aro crisp
and full of flavor and mako n' delight
ful combination with clieeso and tender
'stalks of colcry, or tho wliito inner
leaves of lcttuco, in which caso tho
bread may bo served with tho salad.
The Darner Glorified.
Tbo dnrncr is ono of manyprosaio ar
ticles which liavo becomo luxurious at
tho silversmith's hands. Tho up to date
daruor consists of n lino china egg with
a long silver handle
Fashion Vaila nnd Fanc!t.
Several colors in ono castuiao nppcar
to bo tho rule
Well drrosscd women aro wearing
moro jowclry than thoy havo in many
A special fenturo of tlio summer fab
rics is tho transparent ofTect
Tho holt buckles and clasps enameled
in dull reds, blues and greens defy do
ncription. Leather bolts aro cmbroidorod with
gold and Bilvor bonds, and whlto kid
bolts, sot witlt bluo enamel traced with
gold, nre tho latest fancy.
Tullo and chiffon, witlt a satin edgo,
aro bold by tho liuudrod yards for neck
ruches and frlllings on capes, parasols
Rococo enameled hairpins, set with
jowols, assiat in modem liairdrcssing.
Vandyko collars of coru und whito
batiste, trimmod with loco and lusor
tiou, aro mado to wear over thin sum
Bolt buckles and cuff buttons, for
shirt waists, simulato in their enamel
decorations tho coats of arms or flags of
the different nations or tho insignia of
tho anny or navy.
Chntclaino bags of monkey skin, with
roso gilding clasps, havo unmerouji ad
Tho Artograph is a valuable
nid to anyone wishing to learn to
skotch from nnturo without nu in
structor. Price !?8,Q0, King Bros,
havo them for. salo.
od to my now quartors at NO.
41G FORT STREET and am
prepared to executo all orders
pertaining to my business.
Jewelry Repairing, Watch
Repairing, Fiuo Engraving,
etc., otc. I have a handsome
stock of Watches and Jowol
ry to bIiow you including a
largo variety of valuablo Isl
and Curios. Your palronago
is rospccuuuy soucitcu.
To My Patrons:
It gives ino muoh plensuro
to announce that MR. M. R.
COI'N'FiU, ono of tho most
Hhul d iviitchimikors ovor in
,thea. ttl.indu, ia now managing
tny u,iairii:g departmont. No
wntcl' s ho complex in its
mechanism but wo can givo per
fect putisfuotion in correcting
tho ovils. to which watches are
hoir. Wutchos nro delicato
things to haudlo. Wo guarantee
thut they will rocoivo no injury
at our hands nnd will lenvo
our storo in perfect repair.
E. A. JACOBSON,
507 Fort Street.
BC. 3c. BIART.
404 Fort Street.
O na Puna filakana
Kn Hiwahiwa oi loa nku o
ku Nnni Makamne.
E Hiki ke Hoomaemae
Eu in na Wati poino a mo ka
nki o ke A-u.
Alanui Papu, kokoke nlnnui Moi.
G08 Nuuanu Street.
Harry Zlemme, - - Prop.
The Best in
tlie World - - -
Best of Liquors cf Wines.
CJ. Our S-iloon Is thorouglily renovated
ami 'refurnished and wo trust that our
stock will please every tasto.
COME AND SAMPLE IT,
A general stock of Liquors, Ales and
FRESH KEEK ALWAYS ON DHAUGHT.
OUR PORT AND SHERRY,
Are of tho finest nnd come to u
direct from Europe. .
OUR MCBRAYER WHISKEY
Imported straight from Louis-
JAMES OLDS, Prop.
KINO AND NtJCANO STnEETS.
Tbo eolebrated Enterprise
Beer on Draught and in
' GONSALVES & CO,
WHOLESALE GROOERS AND
225 Queen stroot, Honolulu, H, I,
F. H REDWARD,
Contractor and Builder.
Offices and Stores fitted up and
Estimates given ou
ALL KINDS OF WORK,
HT1 ODlce and 8tiop: No. CJ0 Fort street,
adjoining W. W. Wright's Carriage Shop.'
Architect and Superintendent
EBb Oflico: 305 Fort street,
Sprockets' Block, Room 5.
Residence: Hawaiian Ilotol.
Steamers of tho above Lino rtuining in connection with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC BAIL WAY
Between Vancouver, B. O., nnd Sydney, N. S. W and calling at Viotorio, B. O..
Honolulu and Snva (Fiji),
On or about tho dates
From Sydney mill Suto, for Victoria nnd
VnncouTer. 1). O.I
Stmr "MIOWEKA" February 24
Stmr "WA1UUMOO" March 24
Stmr "MIOWEIIA" April 24
Strar "WA1UIIMOO" May 24
Through Tickets iHHiicd from Honolulu to Canada,
United StntcH nnd Europe.
FltEIQUT AMD I'ASSENOF.ll AnCNTS'.
D. MoNicoLii, Montrcnl, Onuadu.
HoiiKitT Ki'.nu, WinnipoR, Canada.
M. M. Stehn, Snn Francisco, Onl.
G. MoLi. Knows, Vnncouver, B. O.
Australian Hail Service,
For San Francisco:
Tho Now ond Fino Al Steel Steamship
Ot tho Oceania Steamship Company will
bo duo nt Honolulu from, Sydnoy and
Auckland on orbout
Feb. 4, 1897.
And will lenvo for tho above port with
Mails and Passengera on or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:
The Now and Fino Al Steo Steamship
" Monowai "
Of tho Oceauio Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
Feb. 11, 1807.
And will havo prompt despatch with
Mails and l'assengers for tho above ports.
Tho undersigned arc now prepared
Through Tickets to- All Points
in tho United States.
CJTFor further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
Feb. 2, 1897 Fob. 11, 1897
March 2. 1897 March 11, 1897
From San Francisco From Sydnoy for
for Sydney. San Francisco.
Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Monowai, Pob 11, '97 I Alameda, Fob 4, '97
Alamodn, Mo 11, '97 Mtriposa, Mo 4, '97
Dr. W. L. Moore
Special attention given to diseases of the
eye and ear.
1 0 to 13 am.
1 3 to 4 pm.
Waianuonuo Ave. near Court Ho'ubo. iG3-U
DR. C. A. PETERSON
.... lU'.MOVEU TO ....
No. 28 Emma Street,
Offlco nourat 8 to 10 n. m., 2 to 4 and
7 to 8 p. m. Tolephono 702. 407-2m
DR. BERT. F, BDRQESS,
.Physician and Surgeon
TELEPHONE 853. s
lloura: 8:30 to 10 a. m., 1:30 t
4 p. in,, and 7 to 8 p. m. . . .
410 Punchbowl street or H3 Miller street,
Honolulu, Ouliu. 400-tf
A. C. WALL, D. D. S.,
Now Lovo's Building, Fort Stroet.
Oceanic Steamsliip Go
Cue Steafflsnip Co.
below stated, viz.:
From Victoria anil Vnncnurer, II. O,, to
Suva aud Si'dnnyl
Stmr "WAimiMOO" Febmnry 18
Sttnr"MIOWEltA' March 16
Btmr "WAltltlMOO" April 16
btmr "MIOWEltA" May lfl.
tST For Freight and Pnssngo and nil
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Asents for thoUawaiian Inlands.
O. L. WIGHT, Pre.. S. H. ItOSE, Boo.
Capt. J. A. KINO, PortSupt.
Will leave Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching at
LaUainn, Mnnlaea Bay and Mokena tho
same day; Mnlmkonn, Knwnihuo and Lan-
EfUioohoo tho following day, arriving at
iilo tho samo ovening.
LKAVK8 nOWQtUT.P. ABBlVJg HONOLULU.
"Tuesday Feb. 2
Friday Fob. 12
Tuesday Feb. 23
Tuesday Feb. 9
Friday Feb. 10
.-,., -.-." "" I -Mvnu... U.llt.
Jtjy ilar.5 Friday... ..Mar 12
Iloturning. will leave Ililo at 1 o'clock
p. m., touching at Loupahoehoe, Mahn
kona and Kawaihao saire dnyj JIakena,
Jlaaloea Bay and Lahaina the followlna
day; orriving at Honolulu tho afternoons
of luesday aud Frldoys.
" Will call at I'ohoiki, I'nna.
WNo Freight will bo received after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday at 6 p. m.i
touching at Kahului, llona, Hamoa and
Kipahulu, Maui, lleturniug arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, on second trip
of each month.
0f No Freight will bo received after
P. M. on day of sailing.
This Company will reserves the right to
make ohanges in the time of departure and
arrival of its steamors without notice and
it will not be responsible for any conse
quences arising therefrom.
receive their Freight; this Company will
uut uoui useu responsimo :or lreigut oitor
it haB been landed.
Live Stoek only at owner's risk.
This Company will not bo responsible
for Money or Valuables of passongers I
unless placed in tho care of Pursers.
Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. Those failing to
do so will be subject to an additional
charge of twenty-five per cent.
In Blocks to suit pur
chasers. Will deliver
after January 2, 1897.
KsF Inquire of
Tho Hawaiian Safe Doposit &
408 Fort Street
Situated on a Beautiful Hillside- Overlook
ing tho Ocean, and 1300 eat'
above Sea Level.
Only 24 hours' sail from nonolnln.
Climato mild, clear dry ntmospheio, free
from foga and malaria, especial provision
for quiet and rest as well as for amuse-
ment ond outdoor life. Hates $2 per day
or S10,per weolc. Medical attendance extra,
DB. U. A. LINDI.EY, Prop.,
325tf Kona, Hawaii.
Gold nnd Silvorwaro,
Crookory and Ivorywaro,
White Grass Oloth, Mattings,
Wicker and Stonmer Chairs,'
Cigars, Etc., Etc.,
WING WO TAI & CO.,
214 KtHianu Street, Honolulu,
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