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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 10, 1897.
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WHAT IS DO INC N TI1K CltY
owe Xotcs IMckcd Up Toay-8. H
AMxIrnlln I,rive Today The
KImdu Iiiwurtl Yesterday.
S S Australia lenvosnt -1pm to
duy for. tho Golden Qato.
A new foieninst was put into
tho stenuior James Mnkoo today.
Tho Gorman ship Mario Hack
fold is lying at Fort street wharf.
Tho schoonor Aloha was to haro
sailed from San l'miicitseo on Feb
Tho steamer Likehko departs
for tho "Big Island" this nttor
noon. "Max," tho well known purser
of tho steamer W G Hall, is quite
sick at the hospital.
Tho ship Roderick Dim is ex
pected to sail from Hilo for San
Francisco on tho 15th iust.
Tho schooner ltobcrt Lowors
will go on tho Marino Railway,
after tho steamer J A Cummins
Tomorrow, high tide largo a m;
high tide small 10:5 a m; low
tide largo 3:38 p m; low tido small
7:20 a m.
Tho steamer Kauai leaves at 4
p m for Hanamoulu, and tho
Mikahala tho same time for Maka
woli, Waimea and Kokaha.
Tho littlo steamboat with tho
loud noiao arrived from windward
Ouhu this morning with a heavy
cargo of sugar, rice and sundries.
The mail from Now York to
Great Britain which reached
Southampton December 21 was
tho heaviest ocean mail ever
known. It consisted of 1500 largo
sacks, containing 200,000 letters,
250,000 newspapers and other
Men from HBMiJ Icarus had
practice with boat guns beyond
tho lighthouse this morning. It
woulu bo rather uncomfortable
for an enemy to come within
rango of these guns. The shoot
ing was watched with iutorost by
Hawaiiaus on tho waterfront.
The yacht Idler, from which J
O Wilson Jr was knocked over
board by tho boom and drowned
near Autioch last summer, is be
ing refitted. After that fatality
the owner sold her to the Naval
Battalion, and her namo was
changed to Natalie. Mishap after
mishap occurred, and at last tho
naval boys laid up tho yacht in
Oakland creek. Some now owners
have fitted her up and will try to
sell her. Sho will be given a now
name, and will probably be suilcd
to Honolulu to bo 6old thero. S
The S F Chroniclo says: Tho
sailors on the ship W F Babcock,
which arrived in port last Thurs
day from New York, allege cniol
and inhuman trcutmout on the
part of the office) s of tho ship.
Yesterday morning a warrant was
sworn out in the United States
District Court by William Porci
val, ono of tho crew, for tho arrest
of first niato Heed on tho charge
of cruelty on tho high seas. Tho
alleged offense consisfed in the
boating of Poroivol with a belay
ing pin. Jack will prosecute
second mate Lean for cruelty.
The men also complain that tho
food furnished them was bad.
Philadelphia, Jan 21 Tho
United States cruisor Brooklyn,
the latest prido of the navy, calcu
lated to withstaud tho fiercest on
slaughts of Bliot and shell, today
lies almost utterly helpless bo
cause of a a narrow ledgo of sunk
eu rook in tha Delaware river,
above Marcus Hook, Pa., on
which she struck heavily yester
day afternoon. Hor lower double
compartments forward woro oloso
ly stove, and it was only by the
merest good fortune that tho big
vessel did not sink. This would
undoubtedly havo been tho result
had not her innor compartments
succosstully withstood tho shock.
As it was sho was pulled clear of
tho rocks, and is now tied to tho
big stono icebreakers at Marcus
Hook, protected from tho heavy
ice gorges in midriver.
Tho MntBou liner Annie John
son, Matson master, left port for
Sin Frunohco lastTuesday mor
ning with a big cargo of sugar,
consigned by tho following: Ha
kalau Plantation Co , 8,001 bogs,
1,092,49G lbs., value $29,180.20;
Hilo Sugar Co., 4,833 bugs, 604,
125 lbs., vuluo $17,521.1(5; Popeo
keo Sugar Co., 11,000 bags, 1,221-
3RlS?aCt:V.riM-rn till ANO THECflNSflRC
W jSrrgSg V:SELErATvV PACKED IH VERY I AB&E and
K,M,M rftHpfift X2iy fclTIMo CONTAIN MORE 1
L- W I X&ffiM 1H0SEOFOTHLR J
Trf i WRjlvi SPECIAUL.Y FOR DRAHDb.
r? lible ? ' R YnriTM i. i p
OneTriM will proe their
000 lbs., value $31,970.14, and
Wainkpa Mill Co., 4,850 bags,
035 350 lb., valuo UG.G70 30.
Total, 23.G97 bns. 3,552,971 lbs ,
valued at 95 ,312.30. A. S. Wall
of Shiptnan's Meat Mnrkot ox
ported 231 hidos and skins,
vnluod sit .1-403.28. tho total ox
wort valuo being -$1)5,742.04. Mas
tor Eddio It. Sparrow and Mr
W. W. Kirkland wero tho only
pnsjougors. HiloTribuno, Fob. 0.
From Hawaii and Maui, por
atmr Einau, Feb 6 Wit Farring
ton and wife, Mrs McCombe, G S
Hammond, Geo A Martin, Miss
M Hitchcock, W Woltors, A Has
hagen, J M Vivas, K Kumabara,
T Wilson, L Rich, Wm Vanatta,
O B Priugle, Sam Nowlein, Mrs
Faust and child, Mrs Zesbris Hi
and daughter, Mrs Machado, A W
Dunn, O T Day, Mrs T May, Loo
Joo, A Kalawaio, Tom Ulukou,
Jus Borry, J Cunningham, 1J
Hilarion, Father Mathias, L Asou,
H W Mist, P T Phillips, U U
Ronton, Mrs S W Ostrom, Mrs II
L Carter, O L Rosecrans, Mrs
Abbott, T G Ruding and wife,
Tom Gay, Miss Keiki, A W Ko
poikai, and 73 dock passongers.
For Kauai, por Btmr W G Hall,
Fob 9 Mrs H Isenborg, Otto
Isouborg, Mrs O B Wells, F
Doinort, wifo and childron, Misses
H aud Emma Doinort, A V
Peters, J Freas, H Wilgoroth, W
H Johnson, Mr Brash, J H Co
noy, S Komatsu, W Zpllor and 3G
For Mahukona, por stmr Kila
uea Hou, Feb 9 James Wight.
For China and Japan, per O fc
OSS Gaelic, Feb 9 Mr and Mrs
E S Gibbons, Mrs Solfridgo, Mrs
Scott and Mr Johnson.
For Maui, por stmr Claudino,
Fob 9 Mrs H Bailey, Mrs Ro
bort Lowers, Mrs AV R Sims, Mrs
W II Charlock, Mrs Dr R P
Myers, i'ouug Nup, F Wittrock,
J Grunwald, Mrs Akaiia, Julia
Akunii and Emma Alcana.
For San Francisco, por S S
Australia, Fob 10 A J Mooro, L
A Elliott aud wife, E R Adams,
Mrb O B Fabriskie. Mrs H Dana,
Mrs L 1 Lainc. Miss G Riuhards,
S M Dodge, Mr and Mrs Hopkins,
Mrs W Eassio, Mr and Mrs W O
Smith, F Manly, 1 M Samplinor,
E P Sullivan, Mrs J A
Hassingor, Miss J Hassingor,
Miss Mary Hitchcock, D B
Smith, Mrs Carter, W O
Peacock, Mibs M L Dole, Mrs F
Mauror, U Bannislor, M Green,
uliss Rodan, Mrs Gillig, Mrs
Frederick, Mrs B S Haston, J
Hoover, C J McCullooh, Harry
Webor, Mrs Marquardt, A H
Bachelor, Miss L R Wheeler.
Tuesdat, Feb. U.
Stmr Klnau, Clarke, from Hawaii and Maul
Wednesday, Pel). 10.
Stmr J A Cummins, Scaile, from Oaliu
Tuesdat, Feb, U.
Btmr Ulaudlne, Cameron, for Maul and Ha
waii. Stmr Kllaueu Hou, Freeman, for ports on
dtmr W (1 Hall, Haulund, for Kauai porta.
8 8 Uaellc, Flncli, tor San Frunelneo,
VESSELS LEAVING TOMOHltOW.
S S Australia, Houdlette, for San Frau
clco. oAnaoEs moM island poktb.
Ex stmr Klnau I0,4'.H) baj;s suear.139 baj;s
corn, SI tilths apuile, 118 glieep,,'J7 bdls bidet,
23 bogs, 174 plitf sundries '
Ex stmr .1 A Curnmlns 1000 bas sugar,
350 tings rice, 22 b&t wool.
City Carriago Co., J. S. And.
rado, manager. If you want a
hook with good horso and caro
(ul drivor'ring up TolophonollS,
corner of 'fiort and Merohnnt
streelf. fc Ilfiok'ut all hours.- '
lion a Money Lenders In Paris.
From a Frenchman's joint of view,
everybody who live well nml clrcsscf
tetter than a bank clerk is put clown its
a spy In tho employ of Dlcmnrck, unless
ho is known to havo nuy other occupa
tion. But among these busy people with
ont distinct profession thero nro those
who lend their names nml imposing up
penrauco to enterprises which could ex
ist only in tho country where tho "gogo"
is always on tho lookout for a rapid road
to fortune. For example, tho money
lending agencies. Notwithstanding ar
tiolo upon article whioh has been writ
ten in tho rcspcctablo portion of tho
French press warning people against
them, they still go on and prosper. One
has only to consult any day tho smallest
French paper which pretends to the
largest circulation to sco half a dozen
persons or societies advertising to lend
money on simple signatures. Thoeim
plolon replies to tho advertisement,
states his requirements, is informed that
tho director will bo ablo to obtain what
ho desires, that ho must agrco to pay so
much per cent commission (generally
very low) and deposit 22) francs for
Bundry preliminary cirwnsoa This lie
does und hears no moro of tho matter.
Or, if ho becomes anxious and worries
tho "society," ho gets a polito letter to
say that tho "board of directors," hav
ing taken tho matter into their serious
consideration, regret that tho securities
offered arc not such as to justify them
in making tho advance His 22 francs
havo been oxpriided for tho postago on
ono letter and tho inquiries, which have
probably never been made. Lippin
cott's. A Stickler For Grammar.
"Dread, madam, is all I, ask, " hum
bly entreated tho footsoro tramp as ho
halted patiently by tho back stoop and
removed what thero was left of his
"If you saw that pilo of wood, " said
tho woman of tho house, "I will give
you some food gladly. "
"Then fetch forth your victuals,"
loudly cried tho tramp, and then, right
diligently ho waded through tho repast
set before him, and it was so that as ho
got him up to go for that ho was full
and comfortablo ; then spako tho lady of
tho liouso aud said:
"Now for tho wood pilo. "
"Madam," tho tramp replied, "Ire
call your words precisely. Truly I saw
that pilo of wood as I camo in at the
gate, and, according to your word, you
havo filled mo utterly. Wo nro there
fore quits. As I now go my way, re
freshed and merry, bear in mind that
even a gentleman of tho road knows
grammar when ho sees it."
With which ho walked through the
g.,to and stalled for homo, which was
in Boston. New York Kccordcr.
Wayworn Watson Could you help a
poor man that is htarviu?
Tho Sharp Nosed Iiidy I might I'll
xnuko you an offer.
' 'If you will split enough wood to
cook threo meals, I'll get you n cup of
good, hot coif co. " -
' 'IIol I was afeard it was nn offer oi
matrimony. ' ' Cincinnati Enquirer.
A French Joke.
Tho Bois do Boulogne, 8 n. in.
Stout Duelist (to thin ono) You have
a great advantage over mo, sir. I can
scarcely seo you, whllo you could hardly
firo onywhero without hitting mo somo
where. Thin Duelist Mark two linos on your
body corresponding to my breadth, and
shots which hit outsidd thoso linos
needn't couut Now York Recorder.
Neighborly Attentions. '
"I didn't sleep n wink last" night
That Tugby baby cried all tho night be
fore" "How did thut keep you awake last
"You seo, I waited until tho Tugbys
got to bod, aud then I played on my
cornet until duylight" Chicago Rec
ord. Dnrlnr the MoYlng. ,
"Why do you weep?" ho thundered.
"Do you imagiiio your weak, womanish
tears will movo anybody?"
With a bitter laugh ho loft his wife,
bearing in his hands tho birdcugo and
six flatlrons which could uot bo got in
to tho four horso van. Detroit Tribune.
Ilia Professional Hlshap.
"Has Dr. Doubs learned to ride a
."No. Hq started to learn and oarriea
his surgical caso with hiin for fear of
accidents, and then foil off on it and
broko tjvo ribs." Chicago Record.
King Bros, have just received a
now lot of tissue papor, window
polos, sash rpds, nrtists' materials,
pioturo frames, oto.
Have Just Received per 8. 8.
pleW fashion Qoods
Very Pu-lty Designs.
Dresses . . .
Dress Goods In Evening Shades!
Wholesale and Retail.
Straw Hat Chat
FOR ONE WEEK.
Wonderful, the style
and comfort tacked together
Borne men arejust stubborn
enough to look into their
five-dollar derby for the
label anil then think of a
Minw lint. If the label leads
you no nearer the hatter than
a thought, you are a couple
dollars Id, provided our
thought leads you here.
All the hatters' styles and
some of our own.
Price, all our own
For the Week Only
9 Hotel Street
Hy virtue of a Writ of Execution ipsuort
ont of the District Court, on tho ICth day
of January, A. D. 1897, against Chow Slug,
defendant, in favor of In hing, plaintiff, for
uio nam oi 9-iu..'3, i naTe lovicil npou
und shall expose for sale at the Station
noiihe, in tlie District of Honolulu, Island
of Oabu, at 12 o'clock of Saturday, tho
20th day of Ttbruury, A. D. 1897, to the
highest bidder, nil tho right, title and in
terest of the said Chow Sing, defendant,
in and to the following property, unions
suid judgment, interest, costs and my ex
penses bo previously paid.
List of property for sale:
Consisting of tho one-tenth intortst in
the leasehold rights aud assets of the lira
of Sun Wong Wo Company, a Banann
plantation, shunted on tho mnuka side of
the Waiklki road nt Wniklki.
Honolulu, Ouhu, January, 19, A.D. 1897.
R. R. HITCHCOCK,
Deputy Marshal Itepublic of Hawaii.
Notice is hereby given that ono
White Mare brauuuil "A" on the left
neck, black spot on knees of the fore
legs ami hiud legs; also one Bay Colt
without brand, white spot on the fore
head, two fore-legs black, one lei t hi nd
leg white and the left hind-leg black,
havo been Impounded in tho Govern
ment Pound nt aluklki, Honolulu,
and if said estrayn are not claimed and
all pound charges satisfied on or be
fore Snturday, February 20, 1807, at 12
o'clock noon tho same will be sold on
that date and hour to the highest
bidder. K. KEKUENE,
Honolulu, February 8, 1897. 528 3t
Notice is hereby given that one
Cream Colored Horse branded on the
left hip and on the left side, two hind
legs blaok and white, left fore-leg
black, and right fore-leg white aud
black, shod on left fore and hind hoofs,
has been Impounded in the Govern
ment Pound atMaklkl, Honolulu, und
If said estray is not claimed aud all
Pound charges satisfied on or before
Saturday, February 20, 1897, at 12
o'clock noon, the same will be sold on
that date aud hour to the highest
bidder. K. KEKUENE,
Honolulu, February 5, 1897. 520 St
Paper Hanging & Decoration
Neatly done. All work promptly aud care
fully attendod to. Telephone 816. Itesl
denoej Kuakini street. 828-lin
The Evening Bulletin, 7B aenlt
Steamers ot tho abovo Line running in connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, B. O., and Sydney, N. S. v, and calling at Viotorla, B. Q..
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji), ,
-A.X3E ID-CHE T HZOSrOIjTTIjTT
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.: '
From Sydney anil Sura, for Victoria and
Vnncourer. 1!. O.i
Stmr"MIOWERA".... , February 24
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" (.March 24
8tnir"MIOWERA" April 24
Stmr "WARHIMOO" May 24
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Cimmln,
United States nnd Europe.
FREIGHT AMD rABSENQElt AOENTS!
D. MoNiooll, Montreal, Canada.
Robert Kkuii. Wiuuhieir. Canada.
M. M. Steun, San Francisco, OaL
O. MoLi. Ur.owN, Vancouver, U. O.
Oceanic Stasliip Co.
-Australian Hall Senice.
For San Francisco:
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company will
be duo nt Honolulu from Sydney and
Auckland on or about
March 4, 1897.
And will leave for tho abovo port with
Mails and Passengers on or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:
The New and Fine Al Steo Steamship
" Monowai "
Of tho Oceanio Steamship Company will
bo duo nt Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
F-eb. 11, 1897.
And will have prompt-despatch with
Mails and Passengers for the abovo ports.
Tho undereigncd nro now prepared
Through Tlckots to All Points
in tho United. 'States.
HfFor further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
for S. F.
Feb. 2, 1897 .....Feb. 10, 1897
March 2. 1897 March 10, 1897
From San Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. San Francisco.
itmre Ubnofuiu. Ltave Ilonululxx.
Monowai, Feb 11, '97 I Zealandia, Mo 4, "07
Alameda, Mo 11, '97 Moana, April 1, '97
Dr. "W. L. Moore
Bpcclal attention given to diseases of the
eye and ear.
Waianucnue Ave. near Court Hoaso. 163-ti
DR. C. A. PETERSON
, REMOVKO TO
No. 28 Emma Street,
Offlco Houvsi 8 to 10 a, m., 2 to 4 and
7 to 8 p. m. Telephone 762. 467-2in
DR. BERT. F. BDRGESS,
.Physician and Surgeon
Hours: 8:30 to 10 a. m., 1:30 to
4 . m aad 7 to 8 p. m. . . .
440 I'unchbowl Btrcet or 148 Miller street,
Honolulu, Oabu. 46fJ-tf
A. O. WALL, D. D. S.,
New Love's Building, Fort Street.
Oceanic whip Co.
From Victoria and Vancnnyer, B. C,, to
Suva and Sjilneyl
Stmr "WAHIUMOO" February 16
Stmr "MIOWE11A" March 16
Btmr "WAimiMOO" April 16
Stmr "MIOWEltA" ......May II
KB"" For Freight and Pnssago and all
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Wife's Steamship Go's
O. L. WianT, Ir. S. B. HOSE, See.
Copt. J. A. KINO, PoitSupt.
Will leave Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching at
Lahalna, Maalaea Bay and Makona the
same dayj Mahukona. Kawolhae'ftnd Laa
pahoehoo the following day, arriving at
Hilo the same evening.
tKAVIS nOWQtPT.TJ. ARRIVES HONOLULU.
Friday Feb. 12 Friday Fob. 19
Tuesdny Feb. 23 Tuesday.. ...Mar. 2
"Friday Mar. 6 Friday... ..Mar 12
Tuesday Mar. 16 Tuesday.. .Mar. 23
Returning, will leave Hilo at 1 o'clock
P. m., touching at Laupuhochoo, Mahu
kona and Kawaihaa siti'O day; Makena,
Maalaea Bay and Lahalna the following
day; arriving at Honolulu the afternoons
of Tuesday and Fridays.
Will call at Pohoiki, Puna.
f&"&o Freight will bo received" after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leavo Honolulu Tuesday at 5 r. m.j
touching at Eahulul, liana, Hatnoa and "
Kipahulu, Maui, iteturning arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at huu, Kaupo, on second trip
ui eacu luouiu.
No Frelolit will bo received af Uor
f. m. on day oi sailing.
This Company will reserves the right to
make chances in the time of departure and
arrival of its steamers without notice and
it will not be responsible for any conse
quences arising therefrom.
Consignees must bo at the Landings to
receive their Freight; this Company will
not hold itself responsible for freight after
it has been landed.
Live Stock only at owner's risk.
This Company will not be responsible
for Money or Valuables of passengers
unless placed in the care of Pursers.
Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. Those failing to
do so will ho subject to an additional
charge of twenty-live por cenU
In Blocks to suit pur
chasers. Will deliver
after January 2j 1897A
Tho Hawaiian Safo Deposit &
08 Fort Street
Hituated on a Beautiful Hillside- Overlook
ing tho Ocean, and 1300 feet
above Sea Level.
Only 24 hours' sail from Honolulu.
Olimato mild, cler dry atmosphere, free
from fogs and malaria, especial provision
for quiet and rest as well as for amuse.
ment and outdoor life. Hates $2 per day
or $10 per week. Medical attendance extra,
Dlt. H. A.LINDLEY, Prop
325tf - Kona, iTawaii.
Just Received '
Gold and Silvorwaro,
Crookory nnd Ivorywaro,
White Grass Cloth, Mattings,
Wicker and Stoamor Chairs,-
(Jignrs, Etc., Etc.,
WIgG WO TAI & CO.,
'214 Nuuann Street, Honolulu,