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evening Bulletin, February 3, 1897.
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S 8 USTRALIA IH PORT
rAssENCEus vuwin tiii: may
CITY AM) Till: INLAND.
The Meuiiior IttokollI Arrlcd-My
l'l I lit IIuiiihI I'or IliU l'ort-
Odicr ."Murine JCc.
The Kcnuhnn brought sugai for
"Wni Q Irwin .fc Co today.
Tho Mokolii loaves on hor
regular louto sit 5 p in today.
The S S Tonshin Maru arrived
nt Seattle fioui Honolulu on Jim
Tho British bnrk Woollahra
arrived nt Eureka from this port,
Tho schooner Jessie Minor sail
ed for Honolulu from Euieka on
Tho S S Gaelic arrived nt San
Francisco from China and Japnu
on Jan 2'3.
Purser McCombo of tho Austra
lia is looking as healthy and
pleasant as usual.
Tho bark Ceylon, Calhoun
master, doparted for tho Golden
Gato this murning.
Tho stenmers James Mukeo and
Kcauhou leave nt 4 p m today for
Kapaa and Iulaucu respectively.
Tho schooner Fred E Sanders
sailed from Yokohama for Hnko-'
dnto on Jan 5, to load for Hono
lulu. Tomoirow, high tide large 5: 0
am; high tide small (5:1'2 pm; low
tide largo 0: 0 pm; low ticlo smnll
Tho ship May Flint sailed fiom
San Fruncisco for Honolulu on
Jan 24, ami tho nuhooner Jt-unio
Ward for Kahului Jan 25.
Government woikmen nro
repairing Jho l'JISS wharf. The
ropnirs uio much needed, somo of
tho piles being eaten away by
Tho German bnik J C Glndo
begun loading suar for Now
York today, leceiving nu instal
ment of C Ihower & Co's bweot
Btuif from tho Jnmcs Makco.
Tln litllo Htenmor Mokolii,
which should havo arrived last
Saturdaj, citiuu in at 12:-15 this
morning. She reports bad weather
at Molokni which prevantt.il hor
from lauding freight in timo to
roturn on schedule.
Arrived ut San Francisco Jan
18: S S City of Rio do Janeiro,
7 days 7 hours from Honolulu.
Jan 20: S S Australiu, (i days
14J hours from Honolulu. Jnn
21: Sohr Aloha, 18A days from
Honolulu. Jnn 24: Bk Andrew
Welch, 15 days trom Honolulu.
0 A Griscom, Jr, manager of
the Americau Lino, which owns
tho steamships St Paul nud St
Louis, wub n pnbsongor nniviug
from Sau Francisco in the Aus
tralia yostordny. Mr Griscom
stood on tho bridge with Capt
Houdletto while tho steauior was
enteriug tho harbor.
Tho S S Australia an ivud late
yesterday afternoon. She left
Sun Francifcco at 2 p in Jan 20
with 55 cabin and .'Si stoernge
pasougors, and G5 bags mail.
Moderate south and south-west
gnlos with honvy etjualls nud
'rough sen wero experienced until
Jnn 31; thence to port light east
and south-east winds and smooth
sea. Time of voyage 7 days, 2
hours and 30 minutes.
Some people think that tho
govormont should have n mail
wagon of its own, instend of using
tho vehicles of private express
companies. Tho wagon should bo
strong onough to carry all tho
mail arriving in an ocean liner
without breaking down. Yester
day oveuiug on tho arrival of tho
S S Australia from tho States, the
wagon employed must havo been
loaded with very weighty corres
pondence, for oiio of tho axles
snapped off on one siue, so that
many procious minutoB wore lost
in transferring tho mail bags to
another cart. '
From Ssn Francisco, per S S
Australia, Fob 2 A Adams, Mrs
J B Athorton, Herbert Austin,
"Walter Austin, Miss S Beesloy,
"Wm E Black, D G CamarinoH,
Thos Carter, Frank R Clifton, J
L Dougherty and wifo, Miss H J
Dickson, Miss M S Dolo, OE
Enkin, Mark Ezekiol, Mrs C Fair
child, E T French, H A Greeuo,
C A Griscom, Jr, W H Hall, F
Travis, Edgar Henrinuos, AV M
Hopkins and wife, J Hoover, Mrs
WMrc55&Ui0WGJii k ift " AND THECAN5ARE
'tf HST?;:W;-GCLErAT'W PACKEDIN VtRYlADbEANO
J? PAiTmI PECIALLV POR BRANDS M
mmmMt0onzTriiw piy7ejheirncrijl j' -
B L Huston, "Mrs J D Jennings,
S E Laidloy, Mrs H Lnmson and
two children, Dr D N Looso nud
wife, W A Mnckay, Frod Manty,
Mrs E A Miller, Miss A Pence,
M O Prntor nud wife, J W Sam
pliner, Mrs J Seeley, Hugh Sib
bald, Mrs Henry Stockbridgo, O
II Walker, Mrs W A Wall, Dr G
N Webber and wifo, J S Worrin,
W S Werrin, O L Wight nud
wife, Miss Wight, R I Wilcox, E
B Wollf, J J Ynogor.
From Kauai, per stmr Keau
hou, Fob 3 Wm Kiunoy and 2
From Maui, Molokai and Lnuai,
por stmr Mokolii, Feb 3- L Lauo,
Mrs Niho and 5 deck passengers
From Kauai, por stmr James
Mnkee, Feb 3 Mrs Birkmyre,
Mrs O B Mnkee nud 8 dock pas
sengers. From Hnwnii, per stmr Noenu,
Fob 3 W Grottiors, O Loustnd
and wife, Dr S Asnno, M V
Holmes, Miss Brodorick, Mis
Sexton, nud 3 dock passengers.
For Kauai, per AV G Hall, Feb
2 W H Rico and wifo, Miss
Mary Girviu, II AVatorhouso, A S
"Wilcox, Miss L R AVhoolor, AVoug
Xool;, 1-' Mauu, It H llnrt, J A
McCandloss, Rev H Isenberg,'F
W Glndo nnd 19 deck.
For Maui, por Clnudino, Fob 2
C E Rosocrans, Osmor Abott, A
Hanoborg, O A Spreckols, O B
ATolls, Lo Cointc do Kergorlay,
Father Libert, Mrs L A Andrews
and child, Miss N Lincoln, Mrs
W Sdott, Young Kwai nnd boy, A
Enos nnd wifo, Mrs Johnson, G
Cooper, Frod Zollor, Miss Pun
Paunhi, T Akanaliilii, Tong Ho
and Q G Qailngher.
Tdksuat, Feb. 2.
SSAuMrallu.IIoiullette, frora San Francisco.
Wbiinesiut, Feb. 3.
Stmr MohoIU, Ncllson, fiom.Molokal.Maul,
Stmr J nines Makcc, Tullett, from Kauai,
btmr Keaulttiu, Thompson, from Kauai.
Sttur Nocau, Peterson, Irom Hawaii.
Wednesday, Feb. 3.
Am bk ('. Ion, Calhoun, for Sau Francisco.
A Cummlus, Scarlc, for Oaliu
cargoes fkoji island torts.
Ex stmr Mnkolll 100 hides, 50 bags taro,
aud sundry packages.
Kt stmr James Makcc ?050 bai;s Bujjar,
11 ).k!;s sundries,
E stmr Kcauhou 4UU3 bugs sugar. 2 sun
dries Ex stmr Nocau 4189 bags sugar. 4 sks
sweet potatoes, etc.
VESSEM IN POUT.
II B M S learns, Iel, Esquimau.
V i 8 Alert, Hauford, San Frauelsco.
(Coaster') not Included In this list.)
Am sclir Robert Lowers, Goodman, New
castle. Am bl 8 C Allen, Johnson, S F.
Am blvtn Amelia, wilier, 1'uget Sound.
Am Bhlp It U lljde, Serlbncr, 8 V.
Am nelir Transit, Jorgcnsou, S F,
Am bk Ahleu ilessc, totter, 8 K.
Am bk Mohican, eauuders, 8 F.
Am bktn Irmgard. 8chmldt8 F.
Am bktn Archer. Calhoun. S F.
Ur bk Northbiook, I.awdon, Hongkong.
Uer hIjIi Mario llackfeld, Krusc, llremcn.
Her bk J O (llade, Liverpool.
Han ehr Honolulu, Thouagel, TocopUIa,
Haw bk K I Kltbet, Turne, Newcastle.
Nor ship Anvake, CornellnbOn, Newcastle.
Am bk Albert. Grlllllhs, S F, Feb 2.
Am ship C F Sargent, More,Newca8tlcFcb 1
FOUEION VH8SEI.8 EXPECTED.
Vessels V hero Irom Due
Alameda Colonies. ,, " 4
Dorlo Yokohama " 7
Gaelic 8 F " U
Monowal S F " II
Warrlmoo Victoila ' ill
City ot Felting 8 F " 20
MIoHCia Colonies.,, " 24
Ilclgle ..Vokubama " 20
llr bk Routenbcek Liverpool, . . . , . , ,I)no
Scbr Lizzie Vance, Sjduey, ...Due
Ilk Calhio, Newcantlo , Due
Am bk Amy Turner... New York Jan 20
Am thlp May Flint ST
NIc bk Dominion Newcastle......
Ilk O C X'crklns Newcastle, . . ..Tan 81
Ilktn Wi cutler Newcastle. . . . Jan 31
Am likm I'lonti r Newcastlo... JauSl
(iei bk I'uuL Ituibtig.,,. Liverpool. ,,, Apr 20
Tin: Ai:riN iir.ins.
Tttcnly.roiir Yvarx Ami)
Among tho arrivnls on Iho Aus
tralia yestorday woro two geutlo
men who have been away from
this city just twonty-four years.
Thoy are Herbert and unlter
Austin, tho hoirs of the James AV.
Austin Estate Tho oldest of the
two, Herbert, is nearly 89 years of
ago. Ho has a very viviu recol
lection of Honolulu as it was when
ho left it nt the ago of 15. His
brother Wnltor, however, who loft
when ho was n little uudor
eight years of age, remem
bers very little of tho appcaruaco
of tho city. Thoy nro now stop
ping with tho fumily of Hon. P.
C. Jones, whoso guests they will
bo for n month. They lenvo ngnin
for tho Stntos on tho Zenlaudia,
duo hero March 4.
Tho object of their visit at this
timo is to make necessary arrange
ments for tho construction of a
nifignificout block of stone and
brick buildings vcxteuding on
King street from Chisholm's linr
ness shop to the Metropolitan
Moat Market, on land owned by
tho Austin estate. Among other
valuable propoity owned by this
estate may bo mentioned tho
proporty extending from tho Paci
fic Hardware Company's building
to nnd including the corner occu
pied by E. O. Hall & Sous.
PI'XCIIAI. OF J. H. l'AI'V.
I'lnul ArriiUKriiicnts fr tin- Olixiqulcs
'I III Afltrnooli,
Tho fuuonil sorvicos ovor tho
roniains of tho lato J. II. 1'aty
commence with religious services
at tho family residence on Nuu
anu nvonuo at 4 o'clook this after
noon. The' will bo conducted
by tho Eov. D. P. Birnio.
The oflicern of Hawaiian Lodge
No. 21, F. and A. M. will after
wards tako chaigo of tho lcmains
and escort them to their fiual
resting place in tho family vault
at Nuuann comotery. The im
pressive burial service of the
Masonic fraternity will bo road at
Tho following will act as pall
bearers: Cnjit. Fuller, P. 0.
Jones, 13. F. Dillingham, Edw.
Marshal, Eov. H. H. Parker, G.
"W. Smith, J. O. Carter and J. 13.
An Appropriate i:iiil)lriu. ,.
The Amoricnn buffalo exoinpli
Ges to the fullest extent tho ele
ments of hearty rugged strength
in nnimal life, nnu tho liuffnlo
Hrowory Co. havo madon peculiar
ly appropriate selection of n trade
mark in choosiiiK this animal to
represent its productions, in thnt,
the tome nud refreshing proper
ties of tho Buffalo Ueer promote
health and invigorate tho system,
producing a similar condition of
hardy strongth in tho human
frame. Tho Itoyal, Cosmopolitan
and Paciiio saloons nro the media
of distribution for this famous
brow to an appreciative publio,
and the interchnugonblo check is
tho passport at any of these
favorito resorts. Drink "Buffalo"
Thero is butter and thoro is
butter but thoro is no butter that
arrives in Honolulu so sweet and
fresh ns tho Mikilun nnd Wainnno
Butter. Its rapid transit by rail
direct from tho dairy to tho Pala
mn Grocery's large ico box so
co'nvonieutly situated opposite tho
railway depot enables us to
handle it to tho best advantage.
No wonder wo are doing euch a
largo buttor business, when we
aro soiling this fine butter at 35o.
por lb. Palamn Grocery, oppo
site Railway Depot, King street.
Nicoly furnished rooms at the
Popular House, 151 Fort street,
from S1.U0 por weok up.
J. T. WATERHQUSE
We aro expecting a largo
invoice of China from the fac
tories in Franco and England
Tho goods will bo of tho saiuo
fine quality that we havo al
ways carried in stock.
To tnalce room for the now
and cot rid of the old we offer
at less than cost odd pieces in
Frc:.',!i niid English China.
These ft mii prise Teas, Coffees,
Breakfiiho ur Dinner Plates,
Vegetable Dishes and every
thing cite in China used on
tho table. They aro not in
full sets but in odd pieces.
This is the first odd piece sale
we havo held and you got a
great benefit if you take ad
vantage of the opportunity
presented. Th'ero are not many
pieces, and the first customer
gets a bargain.
Now Lutullni? fiom Bark
"B. P. Cheney." . .
Best South Yorkshire
Hard Steam Coal
V& Suitable for nil Steam pur
ports. This Coal is nldo u favorite for
In (lunntlttea to suit.
2240 Lbs. to the Ton!
CW Full Weight guaranteed. De
livered free to uny part of tho city.
Steam Navigation Comp'y
By virtue of a Writ of Execution issued
out of tho District Court, ou the 15th day
of January, A. D. 1897, apaiugtChow Sing,
defendant, in favor of In sing, plaintiff, for
tho tram ot $210.23, I have levied upon
and uhall expose for Hale at tho Station
House, in the District of Honolulu. Island
of Oaliu, nt 12 o'clock of Suturany, tho
20th day of Fchrunry, A. D. 1897, to the
highost Milder, all the right, title and in
terest of tho buid Chow Slug, defoudant,
in and to tho following property, unless
said judgment, interest, costs auu niyoi'
pensos ho previously paid.
List of nronertv for sales
Consisting of tho ono-tonth interest in
the leasehold riehU nnd assets of tho firm
of Sun Wing Wo Company, a Banana
plantation, situatod ou tho in au lift sido of
the Wnikikl road nt Wnikiki.
Honolulu, Oahu, January, 19, A.D. 1897.
II. II. HITCHCOCK,
Deputy SInrslml licpuhlio of Hawaii.
Steamers of tho abovo Lino running in connection with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Botweon Vancouver, B. O., and Sydney, N. S. W., nnd calling at Victoria, B. O.
Honolulu nnd Suva (Fiji),
u&JKE IDTTE .A.T HOnSTOXjXTnLjTJ"
Ou or about tho dates below (dated, viz.:
Frtun Sydney and Suia, ftir Victoria nnd
Vancouver. 11. C:
Btmr "MIOWCItA" February 24
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" March 24
Stmr "MIOWEUA" April 24
Slrar "WAIUUMOO" '. . . .May 24
Tltroufrli Tickets IhsuccI i'roin Honolulu to Caiuuln,
United States (iml Europe.
FrtEIQHT AND rASSKNOCIl AGENTS!
D. MoNtootL, Itlontrrnl, Cnnndu.
ItonmiT Kfiim, WinuiTKig, Cnnodn,
31. M. Steiik, 8nn Frunoico. Unl.
O. MoIj. Bnown, Vnncon7cr, B. O.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
Tho Now nud Fino Al Stool Steamship
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company will
be duo nt Honolulu from Sydney nnd
Auckland on or about
Fob. 4-., 1897.
And will loavo for tho nbovo port with
Moils nnd Passengers on or nbout that
For Sydney nnd Auckland:
The Now nnd Fino Al Stio Stenmship
" Monowai "
Of tho Ocennic Stenmship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from Snn Francisco
on or nbout
Fob. 11, 1897.
And will havo prompt despnlch with
Mnils and Passengers for tho nbovo ports.
Tho undersigned nro now propared
, to issue
TliroiiRh Tickets to All Points
iu tho United States.
EiFFor further pnrticulnrs regarding
Freight or Pnssngo npply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
trom S. P.
for S. F.
Fob.2,1897 Feb. II, 1897
March 2. 1897 Mnrch 11, 1397
From Snn Francisco
From Sydney for
Alameda, Feb 4, "97
Maiiposa, Mo 4, '97
Monowal, Teh 11,
Alameda, Mo 11,
Dr. YT. L. Moore
Special attention given to diseases of the
eye and car.
( 9 to 12
12 to 4
Waianuenno Ave. near Court House. iG3-ti
DR. C. A. PETERSON
.... REMOVED TO
No. 28' Emma Street,
Offlco Ilonrsi 8 to 10 n. m., 2 to 4 and
7 to 8 p. m. Telephone 702. 467-2m
DR. BERT. P. BDRQESS,
JPliysioia-n and Surpjoon
Hours: 8:30 to 10 a. m., 1:30 to
4 p. m and 7 to 8 p. m. . . .
44(1 Punchbowl street or 143 Miller street,
Honolulu, Oahu. 4C0-tf
A. C. WALL, D. D. S.,
New Love's Building, Fort Btrcet,
Oceanic Steafflslnu Go.
Oceanic mm Go
From Vlctnrln nm! Vnncotiver, 11. 0 to
Huva Km Sydney!
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" February 16
Btmr"MIOWEltA" March 10
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" April 10
Stmr "MIOWEUA" May 16
C3T For Freight nnd Pnssngo nnd nil
General Information, npply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for thoHiiwniinnlRlnnds.
O. L. WIQH T, I'res. S. B. HOSE, Beo.
Cnpt. J. A. KING, I'ortSupt.
Will leave nonoluln at 10 a. m., touchlnn nt
Lahama, Maalaea Bay nnd Mukcna the
same day; Mahnkona. Knwaihaoand Lau
rmhoehoo tho following day, Arriving at
Hilo tho samo ovoniug.
LSAVZ8 H0NOI.nT.TJ. I AHIUVEO IIOKOLnLU.
Friday Feb. 12
Tuesday Feb. 23
"Friday Mar. B
Tuesday Mar. 16
Tuesday Feb, 9
Friday Fob. 19
Tuesday. . ..-Mar, 2
Friday... ..Mar. 12
ltelurning, will leave Hilo at 1 o'clock
r. St., touching at Laupahfiehoo, Mnhn
kona and Kawnilmo sauio day; Makena,
Mualuen Hay and Lulminn the following
dayj arriving at Honolulu tho afternoons
of 'lucsday and Fridays.
" Will call nt I'ohoiki, Pnnn. ,
ffiNo Freight will be rcceivod after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leavo Honolulu Tuesday at 5 r. m.j
touching at Kahului, llann, Hamoaand
Kipalmlu, Maui, iteturning arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu, Knupo, on second trip
of each month.
flPNo Freight will bo received after
p. M. on day of sailing.
This Company will reserves the right to
make changes in the timo of doparturo nnd
arrival of its steamers without notice and
itill not bo responsible for any conse
quences arising therefrom.
Consignees must bo at tho Landings to
receive thoir Freight; this Company will
not hold itself responsible for freight after
it has been landed. ..
Livo Stock only at owner's risk.
This Company will not bo responsible
for Money tr Valuables of passengers
unless placed in the care of Pursers.
I'asheugers are requosted to purchase
tickets beforo embarking. Thoso falling to
do so will ha subject to nn additional
charge of twonty.fivo por cent.
In Blocks to suit pur
chasers. Will deliver .
after Juniuiry 2, 1897.
2?" Inquire of
Tho Hawaiian Safe Deposit &
408 Fort Street ... Honolulu
Situated on a Beautiful Hillsldo Overlook
ing the Ocean, nud 1300 feut
abovo Sea Lo el.
Only 24 hour' sail from Honolulu.
Climate mild, clear dry atmospbero, free
from fogs nnd malaria, especial provision
for qulfct and reBt as well as for amuse
ment and outdoor Iifo. Bates $2 por day
or $10 per week. Medical attendance extra.
13T Address '
DR. H. A.LINDLEY, Frop.,
325 tf Kona, Hawaii.
Gold and Silvorwaro,
Grockory aud lvoryworo,
White Grass Cloth, Mattings,
Wioker and Stoamer Chairs,
Cigars; Etc., Etc.,
WING WO TAI & CO.,
214 Nuuanu Street; IIouolulu,
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