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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 4, 18J7.
FROifl THE SOUTH
Tiir. o. a. h. Alburn mihivkd
NorCKlin Slilp AuiIthIic Departed
lion About llnrlirl-'n I'ulnlT
ItvuiH lliiulti-il ItpTmliiy.
Tho ship Autlvnko sailed for
Pilyot Sound loilny.
Tho stoiuuor Noonu lciivcs at 3
p in today for Kukuiliaelo.
The Wninlealo arrivod this
morning with sweot stuff for Win
G Irwin fc Co.
Tho Miknbala arrived parly this
morninc with Garden Isle sugar
for II Huckfold & Co.
Tho Kuala brought a cargo of
sugar aud paddy last night. The
sugar is from Kahuku.
Tho schooner 1'iospor has been
chartored to load lumber on
l'ugct Sound for this port.
Tomorrow, high tide largo 5:12
am; high tido wnmll 7: 0 pin; low
tido largo 0:15 pin; low tido small
0:1S a in.
Tho Bchoouor Aloha was to have
begun loading for Honolulu the
day the Australia left Sau Fran
cisco, Jan '20.
Tho Iwalani will sail at 10 a m
tomorrow for Lnlmiiia and Hono
kaa. Only pasaougord will bo
taken for Lnhaiua.
Tho S S Alameda leaves ut
3 p in today for Sau Frauuinco.
She takes a tiuautity of sugar and
bananas from this port.
The American ship OF Sargent
has taken tho berth vacated by tho
Norwegian snip Andvake at Paci
fic Mail whaif, where alio will un
It is stated that Lieutenant
Bsr-ier of the French navy has
invented a compass which Hteors
tho vessel automatically in a
course sot by the navigator.
By the S S Alameda today tho
Bulletin received a haudsonio
supplement of tho Daily Commer
cial News and Shipping List of
Sydney, Now South Wales, also
copies of tho valuable journal it
self. Besides much useful infor
mation about impoits and exports,
aud marine mattern, the supple
mont contains lino illustrations of
industrial ncenes in Now South
Wale?, viows of Sydney and New
castle, prominent public buildiugs
in both ciiies, places of interest,
and shipping. This journal was
established in 131)1), aud it is a
credit to tho "Laud of tho South
At 3:15 this morning tho S S
Alameda was sighted 10 miles
south, but she did not outer tho
harbor until about 7, tho atmos
phere being miuty. Purser Sut
ton ropnrts as follows: Sailed
from Syduoy Jan 18 at 5 p m; ar
rived ai Auokluud Jan 22 at 10 a
m; sailed from Auckland Jan 211
at 2 p in; arrived at Apia Jan 28
at 10 a in; sailed from Apia Jan
28 at '1 p m; arrived at Honolulu
Fob l at 7 a in. Timo of voyage:
17 days 11 hours. Strong N V
windh' and rough sea were had
during tho passage. Oi Jan 20
at 12:30 p in, Lat 17 59' Sand
Long 173 W, tho wife of Claudo
Fall Wright gave birth to a son.
At tho Uuiou Iron Works the
Bteamers Queen, Umatilla aud
Barracouta have been thoroughly
overhauled or rebuilt, the sailing
vessel Conway Castle has been
raptured ami yeBterday tho steel
Btotimer lloloue, built for tho
Wilder Steamship Company of
Honolulu, waB launched. Mate
rial is also being prepared for the
battle Bhip Wisconsin, which will
bo of 12,000 tons, or 1000 tons
greator than tho Oregon. Tho
Jnpauoso cruiser of 5000 tons
is under way, and the Imperial
inspectors aro now at tho yards.
In addition a torpedo boat of
thirty-knots speed, and a water
boat and a bullion launch for Pa
nama harbor aro boiug built. S
F Cora News.
The S F Chroniclo says: Tho
historical old steamer Kahului
has been granted an American
registry aud, under the Starsaud
Stripes, is again to enter actively
into trade. For several months
past tho famous tramp has boon
lying idle in Oaklaud oreok. While
under tho Hawaiian ilag she could
riot engage in coasting trado, and
' hor last vonturo in the sugar trado
to Kahului having proved a
failure, she becumo only a source
of expense to her owner, Charles
Nelson. By oxpeuding a sum of
mouoy in repairs equal to two-
WKrZCS?2r$CrKZi''i' yh AND THECAN5AR6
Tr&f 1 JWfS' SPECIAt-UV FOR BRAMDb M
thirds of her value, Captain Nel
sou tuccoeded in securing for her
an American registry. It is pro
bablo that ho will place her in the
coast lumber aud coal business.
Tho S F Coiumorcial News
says: A cablegram received from
Liverpool early in this month
stated that the British steamer
Wonniugtou Hull, henco Novem
ber 15, wheat laden for St Vhi
cent,' had put into Montovideo
January 4 with tho British stoanior
Luugton Grange in tow. Mail
advices rocoived yostorday stato
that tho Wonniugtou Hall picked
hor tow up 100 miloa west of Cape
Horn and towed her 1500 miles,
doing it in leu days. No agree
mont was made, but no doubt she
will collect a big salvago bill, and
with hor freight rato of XI 0s 3d,
make a haudsonio profit on the
trip. Tho Luugton Graugo had
lost thioo propeller blades, and
had her coals on fire during tho
voyage two weeks.
A waterfront ollicial said yester
day that a telephone at Barber's
Point, with a good lookout to use
it, is one improvement that
the government should mako.
Thoro is a signal station
nt Diamond Head, wliich is gen
erally known, and an nflicieut man
thoro to watch for vessols ap
proaching tho port of Honolulu,
but Charley Petorson cannot see
round Barber's Poiut and sight
all vessels coming from tho wost
aud those from tho north-west, of
which thoro nre a gi oat many. Tho
Bulletin indorses tho opinion of
tho waterfront person. Tho faith
ful man at Diamond Head keeps
a sharp watch, but ho has to rest
sometimes liko the rest of us, and
very of ton steamships from Aus
tralia and the Orient aro not
bighted until quite olosoN in. It
frequently happons that a steamer
from tho south or west is first
hcoh from tho Pilots' Oflico at
Pacific Mail wharf. If a signal
station were established at Bar
ber's Poiut, and a man thoro with
a strong telescope to look after
things, the arrivals of vessels from
that direction could be known in
town much sooner than at present.
From Syduoy via Auckland and
Samoa per S S Alameda, Feb !:
For Honolulu: E J McCul
loch, Mr 0 O Merriman, Harry
Wober. For San Francisco: Rev
W Williams, Mr and Mrs Bragg,
Mr aud Mrs J Cowell, Mr and
Mis A J Jones, Mr aud Mrs C F
Wright, Mib Cloathor, Mrs Ting
ley, Miss M A Milmau, E J P
Brooks, THaigrovo, John Heurt
sou, E S Johnson, Jas Mactear,
Mr Marshall, J A Moloneaux,
Harry Musgrovo, H F Patterson,
F M Pierce, E A Sandford,
Master P Warburton, E Mans
field and 20 steerage.
From Kauai, por strar Mikaha
la, Feb 4- J II McCaudless.
From Kahuku, por stmr Kaala,
Feb 3 E R Rowoll aud three on
For Kupaa, por stmr James
Makeo, Fob 3 II P Baldwin, Mrs
R C Spalding and Miss Anna
For San Francisco, por S S
Alameda, Feb 4 R II Collier, J
E Miller and wife, J M Alexander,
G II Umbson, B V Hoover, 0 B
Gray, Mrs Thoo Hoffmunn, L A
Thurston and wifo, Mrs G H
Paris and infant, Mrs J McLoan,
Capt Nelson, II 0 Ovondon, Mr
Holmes, E Wiolnnau, Mrs J M
Mowran and infant.
MOl'iQAX In till city. Kilirunry 3, 1897, to
the wllu of James F Morgan, n daughter.
EKFINGEll-In thl city, February 8, to
the wllu of John Ellliuter. r. daughter.
WHIOIIT-On Waid 0 8 8 Alameda, nt tea,
Jau M, Lut 17 '.VJ' smith (lint Long I7.i
wu't, to tlic wife of Claude F Wright, of
New York, a eon.
Si brorib" f r th- Evi:niho Bdl
r.Etm 75 cents pjr month.
Weuxksday, Feb. 3.
Btmr Kaala, Moslier, from portB on Oahu.
TntmsUAr, Feb. 4.
Stmr IValnliale, Parker, from Kauai.
StmrMIkalia'a, Thoinpton, from uoitson
8 8 Alameda, Van Otercndorp from
Wednesday, Feb. 3.
8tmr Kcauhon, Thompson, I'or Kauai.
Stmr James Malice, Tullctt, for Kaima.
Stmr Mokolll, Nelluou, for Molokal, .Maul,
TiilJitsoAV, Feb. 4.
Stmr Kaala, Mother, for Oahu ports.
Nor chip Andvake, Curnelnieoii. for I'ort
H 8 Alameda, Van Otcrcndorp, for San
OAItGOEB FROM ISLAND POUTS.
Ex (tnir Mlkahala--52M) bng suear.
Kx atmr Kaala 2U3j b'ag suinr. M0 baga
Ex etmr Walaleale '1210 bai;t (ugur, 0 pkfjs
VK3SKI.S IN roitT.
II 1) M 8 Icanu, Fleet, Esquimau.
U f 8 Alert, Hanfoid, Sau FraueUco.
(Coater not Included In Hit Hat.)
OSS Australia, Holidlelte, 8 F, Feb S.
Am xclir Hobeit Leu ere, Ooodmnu, Ncw-
Am hk 3 C Allen, .Tn!inou, S F.
Am hktn Amelia, Wilier, l'ugct Sound.
Am ehlp II II lljde, Setlbner, 8 F.
Am sclir Traiult, Joruennou, 8 V.
Am hk Alden Jesse, Potter, 8 F.
Am bk Mohican, Saunders, S V.
Am bktn IrniK'ird. Schmidt, 8 F.
Am bktn Archer, Calhoun. 8 F.
II r bk Northbrook, Law don, ItouKkonc;.
(Ut ehlp Muile lluckfeld, Kriisc, lircmcu.
Oer bk J 0 (Hade, Liverpool.
Haw sehr Honolulu, Thouajjel, Tocopllla.
Haw bk It P Itlthet. Thomiioii, Newcastle.
Am bk Albert. tirillllM. 8 F, Feb S.
Am ship C F Sargent, JIorse.NcHeaslleFeb 1
Fop.ina.N vfssim.s expected.
Vessels V hero trom
Gaelic 8 F
. " 0
8 S L'hlttiiRons Portland,
.Monnwnl 1 !'
CilyolPeklns S F
Mluw era Colonies
Br bk liou'enbeck Liverpool.. .
Sclir Lizzie Vance, Sjdney,
Ilk Calhin, Newcastle
Am bk Amy Turner,.. New York...,
Am ship May Flint 8F....
NIc bk Dominion, ....Newcastle...,
Ilk G O Perkins Newcastle.,
liktu Wiestler Newcastle. ,
Am bktn Planter Newcastle.,
(icr bk Paul lieubcri:.. ..Liverpool,
Am scbr Aloha S F
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Now York I'orry-llonls,
Eight milliou dollars is said by
the New York Press to have been
invosted in that city in ferry-boats,
and they givo omployuiont to
2000 men. The finpst ferry-boats
aro on tho Jorsoy City aud nobo
ken ferries. Thoro are thirtoon
forry companies engaged in the
carrying of passengers to and
from tho metropolis and its
suburbs, aud 500,000 persons
cross on these ferries daily. Tho
Union Forry Company carried
laat year 80,000,000 passengers on
its ninoleon boats. Tho ferry
boats of tho various companies
cost from 00,000 to 200,000 each.
All tho now boats of the Jersoy
City aud Hnbokou ferries have
four propellers two ou each end
all four in operation at tho same
timo, two pulling aud two pushing.
Two weeks ago the Pennsylvania
added two new boats to its forry
ileot the St. Louis and Pittsburg,
Both aro double deckers, and both
aro cxpooted to mako fast timo.
At present it takes au avorngo of
eleven minutes for the company's
boats to cross tho river, a di ta :o
of about one mile.
ONE ON LEAP YEAR.
This Is tho lulest on leap year: A
well known young gentleman decllncil
to call upon a very charming young
lady living In Queen Anno town When
pressed for a reason he sniil: "She Is
too much like Unnle. Beer. She's
bright, n;iaillliig nnd pure, and "so
ful of life I urn afraid she will 'pop. "
On tap or In bottles at tho Criterion.
J. T. WATERIiOUSE
Wo arc expecting ft largo
invoice of Chitin from the fac
tories in Franco and England
Tho goods will be of the same
fino quality thot we havo al
ways carried in stock.
To make mnin for the new
and get rid of the old wo offer
at less than cost odd pieces in
Frenr'i m d English China.
These c uprise Teas, Coffees,
Breakinn, t.r Dinner Plates,
Vegetable J)ishes and every
thing dso in China used on
tho table. They aro not in
full sets but in odd pieces.
This is the first odd pieco sale
wo have hold and you get a
great benefit if you take ad
vantage of the opportunity
presented. Tliore aro not many
pieces, and the first customer
gets a bargain.
J. T, f MEBIOSE
Now landing from Bsik
"B. 1'. Cheney." . .
Best South Yorkshire
Hard Steam Coal
gjST Rultablo for all Bteam pur
iof a. TIiIh Coal is also a fuvoilte for
In quantities to suit.
2240 Lbs. to the Ton!
gjET" Full Weight guaranteed. De
livered free to any part of the city.
Sioam Navigation Comp'y
" Marshal's Sale.
By yittno of a Writ of Excoution ipsued
out of the District Court, on tho 15th tiny
of January, A. D. 1607j ncaiustOhow Slug,
defendant, in favor of lu Sing, plaiutln", for
tho sum of $210,23, I havo levied upon
and shall expose for sale at the Station
Ilouse, in the District of Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, at 12 o'clock of Saturday, tho
20th day of Fibruory, A. D. 1897, to tho
ighest bidder, all the right, titlu and iu
torest of the said Chow Sing, defendant,
in and to the following property, unless
sum juugmeut, interest; costs auu my ex
penses bo previously paid.
List of nronertv for sale:
Consisting of tho one-tenth interest in
tho leasehold riahts and asnots of tho llrut
of Sun Wong Nvo Company, a ltauaua
plantation, situated on tho mauka tido of
the WaiklUi road nt Waikiki.
Honolulu, Oahu. January, 10, A. D. 1897.
II. It. IUTOIICO0K,
Dopniy Marsha! llcpuhlio of Hawaii.
Canadian-Australian Steamship Lino
Steamers of the above Lino running in oonnootion with the
CANADIAN PAQIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, B. 0., nnd Sydney, N. 8. W., and calling nt Viotoria, B, O..
Honolulu and Suva (l'iji),
On or about tho dntcs
From Hyilney mill Suva, far Victoria nntl
Vntioniiver. II. O.I
Stmr "MIOWnilA" February 24
Stmr "WAIUIIMOO" March 24
Stmr "MIOWr.ltA" April 24
TliroiiKli TicUcls IhshciI from Honolulu to Cnniulu,
United States und I'liropc.
FIiniOIIT AND PABSENOKIC AOENTS!
D. MoNicotL, Jlontrenl, Cannda.
KoisEitT Keiih, Winnipeg, Canndn.
111. M. SlciiN, San Frniiuifico, Cnl.
O. JIoL. BnowN, Vaticonver, B. O.
For San Francisco:
The New nnd Fine AT Steel Stenmship
" Mariposa "
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due ut Honolulu from Sydney and
Auckland ou or nbont
March 4, 1897.
And will loavo for tho nbovo port with
Mails nuu rnsflciiL'era on or about that
For Sydney anil Auckland:
The New and Fino Al Stee Steamship
" Monowai "
t"t tlirt lilfltiin U riin iviolii t Pitvinnntf vrnll
vi. iuu vv--iijiw vijniiinfii wvutiij tviiA
do tiuo nt uouoiuiu iroru onu x-rancieco
on or about
Fob. Xi , 1807.
ud will have prompt despatch with
Mails nnd 1'nKMMiKors for tho nbovo ports.
Tho undersigned uro now propnrod
rMi,...ilirl. 11I.I-.. D In All Dntnlo
J Jl t Vtlll JL ljnUlil U Jill M. ISIIIIC)
ill tho United States.
PSFor furibcr nnrtienlars regarding
Freight or I'nssngo apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
Oceanic Steanra Co.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arrive ITonolnlu Leavo Honolulu
from S. F. for S. F.
reb.2, 1897 Feb. 10. 1897
March 2, 1897 March 10, 1897
From San Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. Ban Frnuci3co.
trrit'e JTonoMu. Leave Honolulu.
Monowai, Feb 11, '07 I Mniposa, Mo 4, '97
Alameda, Mo 11, '97 Moann, April 1, '97
Dr. W. L. Moore
Special attention given to diseases of the
eye and car.
ID to 13 am.
lUto 4 pm.
Walanuenuo Ave. near Court ITo-aso. i63-tf
DR. C. A. PETERSON
.... REMOVED TO ,
No. 28 Emma Street,
Office Iloursi 8 to 10 a. m., 2 to 4 and
7 to 8 p. m. Telephone 7fi2. 407-2m "
DR. BERT. P. BDR'QESS,
.Physician and Surgeon.
Hours: 8:30 to 10 a. m., 1:30 to
4 p. in., and 7 to 8 p. m. . . .
44(1 Punchbowl street or 143 Miller street,
Ilouolulu, Ouliu, iOfi-lt
A. O. WALL, D. D. S
Now Love's Building, Fort Btroot.
below staled, viz.:
From Vlctorln mill Vancouver, 11.
Sut A nntl 8ilneyi
-nmjuijuuvy itunmry 10
Btmr "WAIUIIMOO" AijrfllO
1ST For Freight nnd 1'nssogo ond all
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAViES & CO., L'd
Atrcnts for tho nnwniinn Islands.
0 UltttUIA I I
, WIGHT, l'rc,. 8. 1). HOSE. Sco.
Uapt. J. A. KIAU, J'ortSupt.
Will lcavo Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching at
Lahaina, Maalaoa Bay and Mukonn the
siiuio (by; Mahukona, Knwaihao and Lau
pahoehoo the following d-iy, arriving at
lino the ganio oTcning.
LIAVIBUOMQIPTtJ. I AKMVEH 1I0N0LUI.0.
Frlilay Fob. 12 I Tuesday Feb. 0-
rucMiuy Feb. 23 Friday Id,. 19
rlfiay Mar. fi TncBdny, . ..-Mar. 2
T"e3lay Mar. 10 Friday.. . ..Mar. 12
Eotuming, will leave Ililo at 1 o'clock
r. M., touchiug nt Laupahoehoe, Mahu
kona and Kawaihiio satno diiyj Mnlrenn,
Jlaalnea Bay aud Lahaiua thu following
day; arriving at Ilouolulu tho afternoons
of 'luegday nnd Fridays.
Will cull at 1'ohoilti, Fnna.
jgTNo Freight will be received after
12 noon on day of Balling.
Will leavo Ilouolulu Tuesday at 5 r. m.i
touching at Kahului, Hana, Hamoaand
hipahulu, Maui, iteturuing arrivos at
Ilouolulu Sunday tuorningH.
Will call ntNuu.Kanpo, on second trip
ol each month.
tffNo Freight will bo received aftoi
p. si, ou u:ay of sailing.
This Company will reserves tho right to
mako changes in the time of departure and
arrival of its steamers without notice und
it will not bo responsible for any conse
quences arisiug therefrom.
Consignees must bo nt the Landings to
receivo their Freight; this Company will
not hold itself responUbla for freight af tor
it has been lauded.
Live Stock ouiy at ownor'a risk.
This Company will not bo icspousible
for Money or Valuables of passengers
unless placed in the enro of 1'ursf rs.
IWeuj;erM nre requested lo purchase
tickets bufoie embarking. Thoxo (wiling to
do so will be subject to an additional
charge of twenty-live per cent.
St O Clicsaasss.
In Blocka to suit pur
chnsora. Will deliver
nftel January 2, 1897.
K" Inquire of
Tho Hawaiian Safe Deposit &
408 Fort Htrnet
BItuatod on a Beautiful UHlaido Overlook-
ingtheOcoan, and 1300 feot
abevo Sen Lovol.
Only 24 hourV sail from Honolulu.
Climate mild, clcr dry atmosiiheio, free
from fogs and malaria, osnecial provision
for quiet and rost as well as for amuse,
ment and outdoor life. Hates $2 por day
or $10 per week. Medical attondanoo extra.
, .. D1- U-A- MNDLEY, Prop.,
A"'" Kona, riawail.
Gold nntl Silverwnr.o,
CrocUory nnd lvoiywaro,
Wliito Ornss Oloth, Mattings,
Wiokor and Stoamer OhnirB,
Oigtirs, Etc., Etc.,
WING WO TAI & CO.,
214 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu,
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