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L2VEN1NG UUIiLKTlN, FEDRUAKY C, 1M7.
IMMMNWIIW' M-J wrtM4lWliri)l
Till: MUYKMI.MS Ol' l'OIU'.MIN
AND 18LMHU OltAPf.
Kxpnrl or Prtrmllie of (he Purine
Proilnce per H H AlmnrUa
ttoine NvifH uflMtrai.
Tho snip II 13 Hydo is anchored
in the stream.
Tli a Jiuuod Makoo goes to Ku
paa again tonight.
Sailors of tho U S S Alert had
boat drill in tbo harbor thif foio
Hunting is fluttering in the
breuzo over tho Myrtlo Uoat House
On Wednesday, Fob 10, the O
8 S Australia will depart for San
Tho bark Semiuolo sailed from
Newcastle for Houolulu on Jan 17
with 1900 tons of coal.
Tho now cruiser Brooklyn has
boen manned by n crew of 401
men, of whom only 13 are aliens.
Sugar was put into tho bark It
P ltithct today from tho James
Makee. This is tho first lot for
Tomorrow, high tide largo 5:32
a m; 'nub fid" mall 8:0 pm; low
iido largo 0:35 pm; low tido small
1:30 a ai.
The Mikahala leaves at 3 p m
for Makaueli. Sho will call at
Kolnn on tho way to land n paB
eongor and some maohinory.
Tho steamers Iwalaui and Kao
na wcro taken off tho Marine
Railway yeuterday. Tho latter
boat is being put in first class
Tlio Ucculental and Unontal
liner Doric should bo in port from
Japan and China on her wny to
Tho Occidental and Oriontal
While the Mauua Loa was
Bwiugiug in to her berth this after
noon, she struck the bowsprit of
the Mikahala, smashing her rail
ing in sevoral places.
Yallojo, d!, Jan 19-Tho Unit
cd ututes ship Adums camo out of
drydock yesterday afternoon ami
will soon bo ready to go to San
Fraueiwco with a draft of appren
tices for drill purposes.
Adelaide, January 21. M
Borthgrovink, who was connected
with the last Antarctic Expedi
tion, has pono to Hobart to lay
before the Premiers' Conforenco a
schemo to send an expedition to
the South Pole next year.
On Feb i tho whaler John
Wiuthiop, Captain McCorabor,
arrived at Kealukokua Bay. Sho
left San Frnucisco on Jnn 9. Au
oflicer of the steamer Mauna j".
says tho v.haling veseol called
theio for water and ballast.
A Sun Francisco exchango
Bays: Tho steamer Monowai is
taking in 300 tons of coal from
the liritish shii Forfurshire. Sho
had to lake so much cargo in atSyd
ney that coal hud to bo left behind.
In cunsequeuce enought fuel has
to 1 ''k n hi hero to carry tho
Tossel baok homo.
Mr tlt-iuiijckson, second oQlcor
of tho uohooiier Robert Lowers,
was badly hurt today. A block
of tho hoistiug gear fell from
' aloft, striking him on the back.
Sovero bruines woro made on the
back and one ankle. CaptaiuGood
man had Dr McEibbin attend to
tho man's injuries, which wore
prououueud not serious by tho
Tho Daily Telegraph of Sydnoy
has tho following about tho Kos
ciusko, which was here last year
with coal: Tho bark Kosciusko,
which for somo years past has
Bailed out of this port, Iiub been
sold for conversion into a hulk.
Tho vessel iB now duo nt Fro-
mantle, W A. Aftor discharging a
cargo of timber, she will go thence
in ballast to Newcastle, whoro sho
will load for n Now Zealand port.
Tho old vessel is to bo dismantled
and used as' a hulk atWostport, N
Exports toSan Francisco yostor
day per S S Alamoda woro as
follows: 6991 bags sugar by Wm
G lrwiu & Co, 2025 bags sugar by
M S Grinbaum & Go, 11 crates
pines by Honolulu Dairy Co, 73
crates pines by John Kidwell, 200
bunuhes bananas by E L Mar
shall, 596 bunches and 1-13 boxes
bauunas by Campbell & Co, 172
buuohos by Sing Warn fe Co, 20
' bunches bauauas and 2 boxes
pines by N W Cayrlo, and foreign
prod uoo valued at $100. Tho
domestio produce was valued a'f
X3I . a r L.
From Hawaii and Mani, per
stmr Mauna Lou, Fob 5 Vol: O
F Johuion. Way ports: 0 Kai
ser, J D Paris, J Maguire, Alox
Cockburn, J J Newcomb, H Mar
tin, J F Bickcrton, Max Eckart,
Mrs J Richardson, Mrs Rodan,
Mhs Rodnn, J F AIIpii, Mrs
Ahlborn, Mrs 0 B Wood, D Cont
or, VH Cornwoll.
Tiiuhiiut, Feb. 4.
Stmr KlUnea Hon, Freeman, from Ha
wall. Friday, Feb. 5.
Bt'nr Jnmcs Makcc, Tullett, from Kauai.
Stmr Mauna Loa, 8lmmon, from Hawaii
TnuiisuiY, Feb. 4.
Stmr Norau, Peterson, (or Laualna, Mono
lean anil Kukulliaelc.
FntDAT. Feb. .1.
Stmr Iwalanl, Gregory, for Labatna and
stmr U'nlalcalc, Parker, for Labalna.
OAltaOES FKOM ISLAND FORTS.
Ex tmr Kllauca Hou-SSinbafra mgr.
Ex 81 ni r James Makco !!4uU baga sugar,
SO I'xtf ili-e. ID mules
Ex stmr Mauna Loa-3tiMba: sugar, 'ilrt
bam coir c, 'it bdts tildes, 'J8 bead cattle, 1
pi-Hid in pout.
II U M S Icariu, Fleet, Esquimau.
U f 8 Alert, llanford, Sou Francisco,
(Coasters not Included in tills list.)
0 3 8 AuMralla, Hondlette, S F, Feb?.
Am scbr Hubert Lencrs, Goodman, Ncw-
Am bk d'e Xllen. Jolinson, 3 F.
Am bktu Amelia, Wilier, Pua Souud.
Am skip II B Hyde, Bcrlbncr, tJ F.
Am sclir Transit, JorKcnson, B r .
Am bk Aldcii Jesse, Potter, 8 V.
Am bk Mnlilcan, Saumleis, 8 F.
Am bktu Irmu'iird. Schmidt, S F.
Am bktu Ar-hi-r, Ualboun. 8 F.
Ur bk Sortbbrook, Landon, Hongkong.
Ocr slil Marie Uuckftld, Knife, llrcmm.
Hit bk J C (Hade, Liverpool.
Haw i.ebr lliiuolulu, 'llionugel, Tocnnllla.
llaw bk It r Itltbct. Tliomp'on, Neweastlo
Am bk Albert Orlllllbs, 8 F, Feb 2.
Am ship C F Snryciit, Morse.NcucastkFeb 1
FOKKION VP9Sni,S EXI'ECTEI).
Vessels Where troio Due
I)rlc Yokobama Feb 7
(Inellc 8 F ' U
8al blttugonc l'oitland, Feb III
Mmiiiwal SF " II
Warrlnmo Victoria " HI
Clt ot Peking 8 V " !'
Mlnwcra Colonics " 'it
Belgle Yokobama " -'
Uk ciiiImiiIc, Nuuscastle ..Feb'JS
Brbk ltoi enbcik Liverpool Dti"
Sebr Lltzle Vance, 8) dney, Duo
llkC'alluo, Nun castle Duu
Am bk Amy Turner,.. New York Duu
Am ship May Flint 8F Due
N'lc bk Dominion, ....Neweastlo Due
Ilk Q (J Perkins Newcastle Duu
llMu WrtMkT Ncucustle Due
Am bktn Planter Newcastle Duo
(ler bk Paul Wenberg....I.hcrpnol Duu
Am stbr Aluba, 8 F ,
HOUail-In tbls City. February 4, 18U7, to
the wife of L W llougb, a daugliter.
An Appropriate Emblem.
Tho American buffalo exempli
fies to tho fullest oxtont tho olo
monts of hoarty rugged strength
iu nuimal life, and tho Buffalo
Brewery Co. havomado a peculiar
ly appropriate selection of a trado
mark in choosing this animal to
represent its productions, in that
tho tonio ana refreshing proper
ties of tho Buffalo Beer promote
health and invigorato tho system,
producing a similar condition of
hardy strength in tho human
frame. Tho Royal, Cosmopolitan
and Pacifio saloons aro tho media
of distribution for this famous
brow to nn appreciative publip,
and tho interchangeable chock is
tho passport at any of theso
favonto reBorts. Drink "Buffalo"
Tho Artograph is a valuable
aid to anyono wishing to learn to
sketch from nature without onjn
structor. Price $8.00, King Bros,
have them for sulo.
Sterling, tho painter, is pro
parod to quoto prices on roof
painting. Houbos a com position of
coal tar and cement. Cheapost
and best roof preparation in Ho
fj J3I . OTL. .. Tim H 7 iii Fh UAIfity -"?&,
Mjnal wilpjy?e their ncrifTy" I
Unclei Sam'" Latest Gmibont.
Tho Annapolis is the lntcst ac
quisition to Undo Seam's fleet of
gunboats. She was launched Inst
month. Sho was dnsig' od by
Naval Constructor in Chief Hich
brn and built by LowisNixon at
Elizibothport, N. J. She belongs
to tho new group' of composite
armed and sheathed warships,
with sail powor, designed for rou
lino Btatiuu servico and oruisiDg.
The typo is an economical ono,
not calling for a highor guarnn
tood spood than twoho knots.
The principal featuros of tho
Annapolis are: Length of load
water-line, 1G8 foot; beam, ox
tromo. at load wntor-liiio. 36 feet;
draught, normal, at bottom of
koi-1, 12 foot, displacement, nor
innl, about lllOO tons; indicntod
horse- powor, estimated, 800; speed.
12 kimta; emil Hitpiny, t ml bun-
kor capacity ,238 tuns The frames
aro of stool, with nn outstdo stol
piitting extending from tho bertti
deck line, four font b low the
w tor lino, to the top of tho side."
or hummock berthing. Fr.un t o
keel to tho b rth deck line tho
bottom and bilges aro covered
with heavy p'no plunking, whioh
laps the motiil plating to it ho ght
of tuoiity odd inches nbuvo the
water line The iiimiimer.t is com
posed of u main bittery of six
four-inoh rapid-fire r fl s, ami a
Bocoidiiy buttery of lour six
pounder mid two (ine-pou'ider
lupid fire gin.s. Tlie engine is of
tin- three oylindered, vetticai
triple-oxpunsion Hurt, having oy
li dors of 15, L'5J mid 36 indiei-diam-ter,
with a common stroke
if thirty inohop. Tin t-o engines
a ro calculatuil to make 150 tevo
! tions a minute, developing 8 10
indicated horse-puwer and driving
tho craft at the speed oftuulvo
knots. When under sail the en
gines w II bu-uncoupled, allowing
tho Bhufting and hi-ioh to revolve
freely. Too AotiapoliB will have
boilers 8ttpp yn g htMin at a work
ing nressiire ol 225 pounds to the
ltonitlnu- Old inoiiltiirH.
Tho refitting of tho old monitors
as harbor defense vossels is sug
gested. There aro thirteen of
theso singlo-turretcd monitors on
tho navv list, built iu 1862 and
rating from 1875 to 2100 tons' dis
placement. They have single
screws operated by grasshopper
engines of 310 indicated horse
power, and have a speed of only
five or seven kuots per hour They
aro now armed with two fifteen
inch old-fashioned smooth-boro
guns on each vessel, with no
t-econdary battery, and they are
proteoted by fivoinch side armor
and ton to oloven inch armor on
tho turrets. Eight of these moni
tors aro at League island, and the
rest aro scattered along the East
ern coast for tho uso of tho naval
militia,except the Caraanohe,which
is now moored off tho city in San
Francisco bay in chargo of tho
Naval Reserve It is now suggest
od that these vessols could bo
mado very serviceable for harbor
dofonso by removing the turrets
and fitting them each with two
oight-inch modern guns mounted
on disappearing carriages oporat
ed by compressed air. Their vory
low freeboard would afford but a
small mark to the onemy, and
their light draft, 11 to 13 feet,
would make them especially uso
ful in shallow waters, where tho
heavier ships could not reach
thorn. Tho Bix double-turroted
monitors are now all, fitted with
modorn guns, of from ton to
twolvo-inch caliber. Exohange.
Singers load the world. Over
18,000,000 mado and sold. High
est awards at tho World's Colum
bian Exposition for excellence of
construction, regularity of motion,
easo of motion, great spood, ad
justability, durability, ease of
learning and convonionco of ar
rangement. B. Borgorseu, agont,
10J Bethel streets.
J. T. WATEBHOUSE
Wo nro expecting a largo
invoice of China from the fac
tories in France und England.
The goods will be of tho same
fine quality thot we have al
ways carried in stock.
To make room for the tiew
and get rid of the old wo offer
at less than cost odd pieces in
French . d English China,
These c"ii.rso Teas, Coffees,
Brcnkfusi ur .Dinner Plates,
J nshes and every
in China used on
'J hey are not in
full sets but in odd pieces.
This is the first odd picco salo
we have held and you get a
great benefit if you take ad
vantage of the opportunity
presented. There ore not many
pieces, and the first customer
gets a bargain.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Now Luiillnc from B.nk
"B. P. Curney.' . .
Best South Yorkshire
Hard Steam Coal
Jb9 Snltiiblu for nil Steam pur-po-t-B
This Coal Is alno a favorito for
In quantities to suit.
2240 Lbs. to the Ton!
gjT Full Weight guarautced. De
livered freo to uuy part of the city.
Steam Navigation Comp'y
By virtno of a Writ of Excontlon issued
out of the District Court, on tho 15th day
of Jaauary, A. D. 1897, agaiuatChow 8ing,
defendant, in favor ot In tiing, plaintiff, for
the sum of $219.23, I havo levied upon
and shall expose for sale at the Station
Hope, in tho District of Honolulu, Island
cfOahn, at 12 o'clock of Baturday, the
20th day of Ftbruaiy, A. D. 1897, to the,
ighest bidder, all the right, title and in
terest of tbo said Chow Sing, defendant,
in and to the following property, unless
said judgment, interest, costs and my ex
penses be previously paid.
List of property for salo:
Consisting of tho one-tenth interest In
the leasohold richts and assets of the'tirra
ot Suu Wong Wo Company, n Bauaua
plantation, BUuatod on tho maukasidoof
the Waiklki road at wantm,
Honolulu ,Oahu, January, 19, A D. 1897
H. It. HITCHCOCK,
Deputy Marshal ltepublio of Hawaii.
GBKad.a.i-Ausifa.ian bteamsiup Liny
Stooniors ot tho above Lino nuniing in oomioction with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, 13. O., nnd Sydney, N. B. W., nnd colling at Victoria, B. O,
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
JE3B ID-CnE uSl.11
On or about tho dates
From Bydnej nnd Suva, for Victoria and
Vanronrer. II. O.I '
Stmr "MIOWERA" February 24
Stmr "WAKMMOO" March 24
8tnir"MIOWEIA" April 24
Btrar "WAIUtlMOO" My 24
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada,
Uuttcd States mid Europe.
FRBIOHT AMI) PASSENOEII AOEKTSi
D. McNicotjIj, Montreal, Onnndu.
Rodkbt Kkiir, WinnipeR, Ciinnda.
M. M. Stern, San Francisco, UnL
O. MoTj. Brown, Vnncouvrr, B. O.
Oceanic Stewlim Go.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
The New and Fino Al Steel Steamship
Of tho Oceanio Steamship Company will
be duo at Honolulu from Sydney and
Anokland on or about
March 4, 1897.
And will loavo for tho above port with
Mails and Passengers on or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:
The New and Fine Al Stoe Steamship
" Monowai "
Of thft Onpnnln Ktnnmnliln Pnmnnnv wtll
bo due at Honolulu from San Franoisoo
on or about
.Feb. 11, 1897.
And will havo prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for tho above ports.
The undersigned aro now prepared
TiroiiRh Tickets to AU Points
in tbo United States.
CJTFor further particulars regarding
Freight or Passuge apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
Feb. 2, 1897...
March 2. 1897.
...Fob. 10, 1897
.March 10, 1897
From Son Francisco
Monowai, Feb 11, '97
Alameda, Mo 11, '7
From Sydney for
I MiripOBa, Mo 4, '97
I Moaua, April 1, '97
Dr. W. L. Moore
Special attention given to diseases of the
eye and ear.
Waianuenue Ave. near Court House. 163-ti
DR. C. A. PETERSON
, REMOVED TO ,
No. 28 Emma Street,
Office noursi 8 to 10 a. m,, 2 to 4 and
7 to 8 p. m. Telephone 752. 407-2m
DR. BERT. P. BDRGESS,
.Physician and Surgeon
Hours: 8:S0 to, JO a. m,, 1:30 to
A p. m and 7 to 8 p. m, . . .
41(1 Punchbowl street or 143 Miller street,
Honolulu, Oahu. 4S0-U
A. O. WALL, D. D. S.,
Now Love's Building, Fort Stroot.
below stated, viz.:
From Victoria nnd Vnnconrer, It.
Snvn Ami Sydneyl
Btinr"MIOWEllA" Mhnh 18
Stmr "WAItRIMOO" r..ALrillB
Stmr "MIOWEltA" May 10
tST For Freight nud Passngo and all
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agonts for tho Hnwniian Inlands.
liter's Stamsliip I'o's
0. L. WIGHT, Pres. 8. B. HOSE, Bco.
Copt. J. A. KINO, 1'ortSnpt.
Will leuve Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching at
Lahaina, Maalaca Bay and-Mukena u
same day: Mahukona, Kawalbaeand Lau-
Bnlioeboe the following day, arriviug at
lilo the samo otouIdrj
LEATIBnOHOIDTD AKJtITZS UOHOLULU.
Friday Feb. 12 I Tuesday Feb. 9
Tuesday Feb. 23 Friday Feb. 19
"Frir'.ay Mar. ft j Tuesday.., ..MnrJa
Tuesday Mar. 10 Frulay... ..Mar 12
Returning, will loave nilo at 1 o'clock
r. m., touoblug at Laupnhoohoe, Mahu
kona and Kawalhao satuo day? srnkena,
Maaluea Bay and Luhalna tho following
day; arriving at Honolulu the afternoons
of 'iuesday and Fridays.
Will call at Pohoiki. Pnna.
12 noon on day ' sailing.
no i;reigut will be received after
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday at 6im.i.
touching at Kabului, Hhub, Hamoaand
Eipahulu, Maul, itetnming arrives at
uuuuiuiu Duuuuy mornings.
win can atJMUi
ivm, Kttupo, on secoud.trip
of each month.
wi No Freight will be received after
r. m. on day of sailing. ' '
This Company will reserves the right to
make changos in tbo time of departure and
arrival of its steauiois without notice and
it will not be responsible for any conse
quences arising therefrom.
Consignees must be at the Landings to
receive their Freight; this Company will
not hold Itself responbiblo for freight after
it has been landed.
Live Stook only at owner's risk.
This Compauy will not bo responsible
for Money or Valuables of passengers
unless placed in the care of Pursers.
Passengers are requested to purchase
tlokets boforo embarking. Those- failing to
do so will be subject to an additional
charge of twenty-live per cent.
In Blocks to suit pur
chasers. Will deliver
uftor January 2, 1897.
The Hawaiian Safe Deposit &
Investment Company, '
08 Tort Btrent ... Honolulu
Situated on a Beautiful Hillside Overlook
ing tho Ocean, and 1300 foot
abevo Sea Lcvol.
Only 24 hour' sail from Honolulu.
Glimato mild, clear dry atmosphere, free
from fogs and malaria, esnocial provision
for quiet and rxst as veil as for amuse,
ment and outdoor life. Hates $2 per day
or $10 per wee. Medical attendance extra,
DH. H. A. LINDLEY, Prop.,
325-tf Kona, Hawaii.
Gold and Silvorware,
Orookory and Ivorywaro,
"White Grass Cloth, Mattings, -"Wioker
und Btoamer Chairs,
Cigars, Etc., Etc.,
WING WO TAI & CO.,
214 Kuuanu Street, Honolulu,
."je ' ,w tijwi