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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 11, 1897.
SOME MARINE NOTES
Till! N. . AI)SritAI,IA"S CAKI1U
FOB T1IK COAST.
KrltUh Nation 1VP Shore DrlllJ-
InaLul JllttnUmi for Foreln
The steamer Kaala loaves today
t -1 for Kahuku.
The bark Allien Beese moved
to Custom 1Iou8o wharf today.
The stenmor J A Cummins was
on tho Marino Railway today.
The steamer James Makoo goes
to Kapnn tonight, leaving hero at
1 p m.
Steamer Kiuau for Maui and
Hawaii will leavo at 10 a m to
morrow. Tho BtearaorKeauhou will leave
this evening for Makaweli to get
n load of sugar.
The schooner Ka Moi loaded a
locomotivo and machinery at
Oceauio wharf today for Hama
kua. Tomorrow, high tide large 0:34:
p m;high tide small 11:28 a m; low
tide largo 1:50 p m; low tide small
7:55 a m.
Early this morning tolophone
bolls rang and whistles wore
blown for a foreign steamer off
Diamond Head. It turned out to
bo tho Inter-Island steamer Iwa
lani. A company of British tars from
H B M S Icarus landed this
morning for drill. The men
moved lively when an order was
given, ami they made a good
A rumor comes from Glasgow
that tho Admiralty intends to in
troduce a now class o torpedo
destroyer, with a minimum speed
of 33 knots, and that twonty of
theso vessels will bo ordered with
very little delay. Reports of this
naturo have, says tho Morning
Post, been for some time in circu
lation, and they avo now becoming
a littlo more definite. Dublin
The first of the three Cunard
steamships intended for that com
pany's Mediterranean servico will
bo launched in February. Tho
threo vessels, which aro betweou
4000 and 5000 tons, are boing built
by Messrs Workman and Clarke,
of Belfast, and will be tho luigest
boats yet built for tho Mediter
ranean trado. All throe ships aro
expected to tako thoir placo at tho
station before tho middle of tho
year. Dublin Weekly Freomau.
Shipments of domestic produco
per S S Australia to San Fran
cisco yesterday were valued at
872,010.91, ami foreign produco at
$1201. Dome&tic produce was
shipped as follows: 11,170 bans
sugar by Win G Irwin & Co, 2025
bags sugar by M S Griubaum it
Co, 150 bags rice by L 0 Abies,
fe'QO bngs rice by Sing Cliong it
Co, 570 bags rice uuil 09 bags
colleo by M Phillips fc Co, 133
bags colToo by L 1$ Kerr, 1 lm
colTeo by Lewis & Co, 7 bnn
coll'uo by M W McChesnoy A
Sons, '121 bills hides and kips and
19 bdls sheep hkius by G J
Waller, 205 bdls hides and 2 bales
goat skins by F F Porter, 1725
bunches bulimias and 529 bx
bananas by Campbell .fc Co, 410
bunches bananas by E L Marshall,
450 buuehos bananas by Olms
Wilcox, 1213 bunches bananas by
Y Lum Sing Co. 25Q bunches
bananas by Yeo Hop Sing, 911
bunches bananas by Sing Warn
Co, 721 bunches , bananas by
Kwong Tni Loy, N71 bunchoB
bananas by Chang Chan, 209
bunches and 10 bx bananas and 7
bx pines by Geo LycurguB, 05 bx
pines by John Kidwell, 5 bx pinos
by E W Jordan, 11 bx pines by
Pearl City Fruit Co, 50 bx pinos
by D McLean, 127 sks piuo plants
and 1 bx pines by Wing Tai
Lung, 3 bx betel leaf by SingKee,
3 bx betel by Quong Wah On Co.
VKSSKI.d IN rOUT.
II H M S Icarus, Fleet, Esqulmnlt.
UH8 Alert, Hanlord, San Francisco,
(Coaatcrs not Included lu Ibis list.)
Am tclir Itobcrt Lewura, (Joodman, New
castle. II r tk Koutenbcclc, ltudgera, Liverpool,
Am bk S C Allen, Jnhiiton, 8 F.
Am ship II B Hyde, Brrlbncr, 8 K.
Am scbr Transit, Jorccneou, 8 F,
Am bk Allien Hesse, I'otter, S F.
Am bktn IrniKnrd. Schmidt, S F,
Am bktn Archer, Calhoun, 8 F,
llr bk Norlhbrook, I.uwdon, Uom;kom;.
(iershli) Marie lluekfeld, Kruso, firemen.
(ler bk J U Olade, Liverpool.
Haw scbr Honolulu, Tliousgel, Tocopilla.
Jlaw lik It V Hltliet. Thompson, Newcastle.
Am bk Albert. (Irlllllhs. A F, FebB.
Am ship (J F Sargent, Mnrse,NecustleFeU 1
-keressTOlBj? x ' 31
BrDtui c a r.
nefrialwill prove their
, Weiinesoat, Feb. 10.
Stmr Keauliou, Tbornpon, from ports on
Stmr Kaalo, Mosber, from Oahu ports.
Thuiisday, Feb. II.
Stmr Iwalanl, Orcory, from porta on Ha
Wziinbsiiat, Feb. 10?
S 8 Australia, Houdlette, for 8an Fran
Stmr Mlkahala, Thompson, for Eletle and
Stmr Kauai, Driilin, (or llanamaulu.
Stmr Ukcllkc, N)C, for Ulowalu aud
VESSELS LEAVING TOMOllltOW.
Stmr Iwalanl, Orcijory, for Lahalna, Hono
kaa and Kukulhaelc.
Stmr Klnau, Clarke, for Maul and Ha
waii. CARGOES FItOM ISLAND TORTS.
Ex stmr Kaaln ISOU bags sugar.
Ex stmr Iwalanl 13I'J b.iijs stiur.
Er stmr Keauhou li'WS bags paddy, Vll
FOREIO.N VPSSKL8 EXPECTED.
Ywsels Where trom liuc
8 S CblttaL'ODir, Portland Feb 10
Monowal F " II
Warrlmoo Victoria " 10
Cltyot Peking S F " 20
Mlowcra Colonics..,,..,,,... " 84
Belfilc Yokohama 20
Ilk dcmlunlc Ncwscastlu Feb '1$
Scbr Lizzie Vance, Sydney, Due
lll Call.io, Newcastle Due
Am bk Amy Turner,.. Now York Due
Am ship May Flint SF Due
NIc bk Dominion, ....Newcastle Due
lik (i (J Perkins Newcastle Due
llktu Wrestler Newcastle Due
Am bktn Planter Nowcastlo Due
Ger bk Paul lseuberi;... .Liverpool Due
Am scbr Aloha 8 F Duo
lir ship Semantba SF Due
To I'orllfy ii Sow York Mioal.
Ilomor shoals in tho lower bay
at the eutranco to New York har
bor, long have boon viowod by
Army engineers as fields for forti
fication. The placing of a btsel
turret, inclosing heavy guns, on
tho dry Rotnor, about wliore tho
light is now, has been a part of tho
scheme for tho fortification of
Now York harbor. Tho need of
fortifications at other points has
been so urgent, however, that tho
Homer shoul schemo was tempor
Now comes Air. Fisohor of
Brooklyn with a bill in Congress
to provide for the immediate re
vival of the old plan mid its en
largemout to cver the building of
threo turrets instead of one.
Three turrets, armed with sixtoon
inch guns, would bo formidable
alTairs on Homer shoals, says tho
Now York Tress, especially if
they were revolving turrets, so
that thoy could concentrato thoir
fire in any direction.
Homer shoals extend in a north
west and southeast direction, bo
tweou Sandy Hook and Coney
island. Guns mounted there could
deliver a cross firo with tho Sandy
Hook batteries, the Plumb islaud
batteries and the forts at tho Nar
rows. Tho construction of theso
turrots would bo a work of muoh
timo and groat exponso.
It receutly was announced that
tho War Department intondod to
concentrate- all its energies and
uvailablo appropriations for the
defense of New York upon Fort
Wadsworth. so that the Nnrinn
mi'"ht have at least ono great
modern fort. Mr. Fischer's bill
only seeks to hurry up what is
bound eventually to como tho
fortification of Homer shoals.
A I' I no Nnrrcy.
Gus Schuinan has roceivod
from tho Coast one of tho finest
surreys over imported ,to this
country. It was manufactured
by thefcelobrated Columbus Ilug
gy Company and is a b&auty.
Anyoub desiriug it nicQtdoublo
turnout will do well to inspoot
this vehicle It is largo and
roomy, jtiBt tho thing for .family
Kvei'tnij liulleli" 75c per month.
THE CANS ARE
HOW TO DRINK WATER.
Disease Canned by. the Too Sparine Use
Physicians sny that too littlo flnid ia
taken, rather than too much, and tho
great boucflt derived from treatment at
mineral springs is often quite ns much
duo to tho amount as to tho kind of
Mnny diseases nro directly duo to too
great concentration of tho fluids of tho
body and aro to bo counteracted by tho
imbibition of larger quantities, for a
timo at least. To havo trafflrient water
present is tho rntionalo of water curcf ,
especially that form which prescribes
tho drinking of a cupful of hot or cold
water half an hour before meals. This
not only washes out tho stomach; it
furnishes tho medium for tho active so
cretions, ptyalin, gastrio jnico, etc, in
quantity. Oil tho other hand, excess lies
in tho path of this as well as other
things, and what is a ruloforouo is not
a rulo for another. However, if ono
finds that tho taking of a pint of water
will relievo thatscuso of oppression and
indigestion which sometimes occurs an
hour or two after a meal, and that only
favorablo effects follow, tho inferenco is
that too littlo was taken with tho food.
Thcro is not much danger of taking too
much clear water.
Tho ti'iupornturo of tho water to bo
drunk is often a vexed question. This
may bo left, to tho individual, for tho
quantity taken (ono-half to ono pint) at
any ono timo can havo but littlo influ
ence upon tho tempcraturo of tho H
pints of blood circulating rapidly about
tho 70 or more pounds of water in tho
tissues, which aro maintained at n tem
perature of nearly 100 degrees.
For experiment two tumblers of ico
water havo been slowly swallowed and
promptly siphoned out and found to
havo attained a tempcraturo of 05 do
green in fivo minutes. It is truo. that it
is possible to swallow ico water so rap
idly and in such quantities that tho
stomach receives a momentary c,hill and
disturbance sots in, but this is no reason
why all ico water should bo forbidden.
How Cloth la Made Waterproof.
Tho process, now in uso among tho
Yorkshire clothmnkcrs for waterproof
ing cloth is ono that may bo under
taken by privato persons in their own
honies and is as follows: Dissolvo ono
ouuco of isinglass in ono pound of soft
water, ono ouuco of alum in two pounds
of water and a quarter of an ounce, of
soap in ono pound of water, all sepa
rately. Strain, tho solutions, mix thcai
nnd let them simmer for somo time.
Brush tho preparation whilo hot over
tho cloth, and when dry brush it well
and lay on another coat, till on tho
wrong side. Tho cloth will bo flt for uso
in two or tluco daya
How tu Maltp ii StHlntd ainsa Window.
If tho artMio aud thrifty housowifo
will savo tho colored ghin bottles that
And thoir way into her house aud put
them to uso in. tho following manner,
sho will havo something that will bo a
delight. Ureal: tho bottles into coinpar
atively small pieces, and then, if a cer
tain regularity is desired, cut tho pieces
into -shupo with a diamond pointed glass
Arraugo theso ou a pauo of pla'u
whito glass tho desired size, using a lit
tlo transparent cement to hold them in
placo, and n mixture of whito cement
and putty to imltato tho lead that is
used in cxpeimlvo staiucd glasswork.
Tho dull, rich olivo of tho olurct bottle,
tho docp amber of tho sherry, tho doli
oions sea water green which "is used for
ginger alo, and tho various shades of red
and bluo that ono gets from 'tho apothe
cary and tho wino merchant aro revela
tions when cleansed of thoir contents
and held in singlo thickness against the
When tho cement is dry, tho window
can bo pu( in placo, and as tho Bunlight
strikes it sho whoso fingers havo douo
tho work will feel that it was well
worth tho trouble.
fall Stumbllnc Illock.
"What brought you to this sad condi
tion?" "P'raps you won't beliovo it, mum.
! but it wus tho fatal gift of boauty. "
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iH. W. Sepidi & Song
Have Just Received per 8. S.
pfew Fashion Qoods
Very 1'ielty Designs.
Dresses . . .
Dress Goods In Evening Shades!
-A. 11 HXTo-w
Wholesale and Retail.
Straw Hat Chat
FOR ONE WEEK.
Wonderful, tho stylo
and comfort tacked together
Bomo men are just stubborn
enough to look into their
live-dollar derby for tho
label and then tbluk of a
Htruw hat. If the label leadu
you no nearer th batter thau
a thought, you are a couple
ilollatM in, provided your
thought leads you here.
All the hatters' styles and
some of our own.
Price, all our own
For the Week Only
9 Hotel Street : ; WaTCrlBY BlOCt
Uy virtno of a Writ of Execution issued
mil nt tlilDIutf-Inf Pmirt .... II. ir.il. !..
of Jaminry, A. D. 1807, npniustChow Sing,
uriciiiiiiiu, m mvor oi in Bing, pialntltl, lor
tho sum of $210.23, I havo leivduou
and shall oxpono for sale at tho Station
Hoiirtc, iu tbo District of Honolulu, Island
of Oauu, at 12 o'clock of Saturday, tho
20th day of February, A 1). 1897, to the
Uifihest bidder, all tbo right, titlo uud iu
tcreht of tho suid Chow Sing, defendant,
in aud to tho following propel ty, unless
said judgment, Interest, costs and my ex
penses bo previously paid,
i-i-t of property lor salei
Consisting of tho one-tenth Interest in
the leasehold rights and nsnctnof tho ilrm
of Sun Wong Wo Company, a llannna
plantation, situated on tho mauka sido of
the Waikiki road at Walkiki.
Honolulu, Oahu. January, 10, A.D. 1897.
U. It. niTOHCOOK,
Deputy Marshal Hepublio of Hawaii.
Notice is hereby given that one
White Mure braudeil "A" ou the left
neck, blank spot on knees of the lore
It gs and hind leg1,' also one Uay Colt
without brand, white spot on the foro
head, two foro legs black, one lefthind
leg white and the left hlud-leg black,
have, been Impounded lo tho Govern
incut Pound at Maklki, Honolulu,
and if said est ray h are not claimed and
all pouod charges satUflpd on or be
fore Saturday, February 20, 1897, at 12
o'clock noon the same will be sold on
lhat date and hour to Din highest
bidder. K. KEKUENE,
Honolulu, February 8, 1897. 528 3t
Notice is hereby givon that one
Cream Colored Horse hranded--on the
left hip aud on the left side, two hind
legs black and white, left fore-leg
black, and right fore-leg white and
black, shod on left fore and hind hoofs,
has been impounded in the Govern
ment Pound at Maklkl, Honolulu, and
If said estray Is not claimed aud all
Pound churees satisfied ou or beforo
Saturday, February 20, 1897, at 12
o'uiock uoou, win Banie win ue som on
that date and hour to the highest
bidder. K. KEKUENE,
Honolulu, February 5, 1897. 520 3t
Paper Hanging & Decoration
Neatly done. All work promptly and care
fully attended to. Tolophone 810. Resi
dence, Kuakinl streot. 528-lni
The Evening Jtullelin, 75 cents
Steamers of tho abovo Lino running in connection with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, B. O., and Sydney, N. H. W., and calling at Victoria, B. Cv.
Honolulu and Suva (1'iji),
ZEeI 3DTJB -A.T Z3I03TOITTZL,Tr
On or about tho dates bolow stated, viz.:
From Sydney anil Burn, for Victoria anil
Vancouver. II. C.t
Stmr "MIOWEHA" February 24
Btmr "WAKKIMOO" March 21
Stair "MIOWEHA" April 24
Strar "WAKIUMOO" May 24
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada,
United States mid Europe.
FJIEIOUT AUD PASSEKOEM AOENTH:
. MoNiooll, Montreal, Canada.
Kodeiit Kr.itn, Winnipeg, Canada.
M. M. Stekm, Sim Francisco, Cal.
G. JIcii.BuowN, Vancouver, B. C.
ic SteamsMu Go.
Australian Mall Service.
For San Francisco:
The New and Fino Al Steel Steamship
Of tho Oceanio Steamship Company will
be duo at Honolulu from Sydney and
Auckland on or about
March 49 1897.
And will leavo for tho abovo port with
Mails and Passengers on or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:
The New and Fino Al Stoo Steamship
" TWT iV frm i M
Of tho Oceauio Steamship Company will
he duo at Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
Feb. 11, 1897.
And will have prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for the above ports.
The undersigned aro now prepared
Through Tickets to All Points
in tho United States.
CWFor farther particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arrivo Honolulu Leavi Honolulu
from H, '. ror a. a:
March 2. 1897 March 10, 1807
March 30, 1897 April 7, 1897
From San Francisco
From Sydney for
Monowni, Feb 11, '07 I Zealandin, Mo 4, '97
Alameda, Mo 11, '97 .Moana, April 1, '97
Dr. W. L. Moore
'illlo, nwali". ' -
8pccldl attention given to diseases of the'
eye and car.
1 9 to 13 am.
2 to 4 pm.
Walanucnue Ave. near Court House. i63-tl
DR. C. A. PETERSON
.... REMOVK.1) TO ....
No. 28 Emma Street,
Office Hours: 8 to 10 a. m., 2 to 4 aud
7 to 8 p. m. Telephone 752. 467-2m
DR. BERT. . BURGESS,
JPhysician. and Surgeon.
Houri: 8:30 to 10 a. m., 1:30 to
4 p. m., and 7 to 8 p. m. . , .
44tsrunclibowl ttroet or 148 Miller street,
Honolulu, Oahu. 480-tf
A. O. WALL, D. D. S.,
New Love's Building, Fort 8traet.
Oceanic Steamsnip Go
From Victoria anil Vancouver, II. 0 to
Suva anil Hytlnert
Stmr "WArtltlMOO" February 16
Stmr "MIOWEHA" MBrch 16
Stmr "WAKIUMOO" ..Awil 10
Stmr "MIOWEitA" .Uy J.
ST For Freight and Passage and all
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
lUer's Steamship Co'r.
o. l. wiprrr, rr. s. n. rose, sec.
Capt. J. A. KING, PortSupt.
Will leave Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching at
Lahainaj MaAlaoa Bay and Mskena the
same day; Mahukonn. Kawaihaa and Lau
pahoehoo tho following dcy, arriving at
llilo tho same evening,
lats nowoLPi-p. absivxs noKOLuxtr.
Friday Feb. 12
Tuesday Feb. 23
"Friday Mur. 6
Tuesday Mar. 10
Friday Feb. 19
Tuesday..... Mor. 2
Friday... ..Mar. 12
Tuesday.. .Mar. 23
Returning, will leavo Hilo at 1 o'clock
r, m., touching at Laupahoehoe, Mnhu
kona and Kawaihne situe day; Makena,
Mialaeu Lay aud Lahaiua the following
dayj arriving at Honolulu the afternoons
oi 'JLuesday and Fridays.
Will call at Fohoikl, Puna.
UBP'No Freight will bo received after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leavo Honolulu Tuesday at 5 p. m.j
touching at Kahulul, Huns, Hamoa and
Kipahulu, Maui. Returning arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu, Kaupo. on second trip
of each month.
T"No Freight will be received after
p. m. on day of sailing.
This Company will reserves the right to
mako changes in the timo of departure and
arrival of its steamers without notice and
it will not be responsible for any conse
quences arising therefrom.
uonsignees must oo at tue Landings to
recoive their Freight; this Company will
not hold itself responsible for freight after
it has been landed.
Live Stock only at owner's risk.
This Compauy will not be responsible
for Money or Valuables of passengers
unless placed in the caro of Pursers.
Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets beforo embarking. Those failiDg to
do m will be bubjqpt to au additional
charge of twenty-live per cent.
In Blocks to suit pur-,
chasers. "Will deliver
after January 2, 1897.
BSF" Inquire of
The Hawaiian Safe, Deposit &
OS Fort Strnat ... Itonolnlo
BHuatod on a Beautiful Hillside Overlook,
ing tho Ocean, and 1300 feet
above Sea Level.
Only 24 hours' sail from Honolulu."
Climate mild, clenr dry atmospheie, iree
from fofra nnrl mnlnrln AanA.1.1 M.n..I.fMM
Mor quiet and rest as well as for amuse.
meut nuu ouiuoor me. nates 5J per day
Qr $10 per week. Medical attendance extra,
325-tf Kona, llawaii.
Gold and Silverwaro,
, .Crockory and Ivorywaro,
Whito Grass Oloth, Mattings,
Wicker nnd Steamer Ohnirs,
OignrB, Etc., Etc.,
WING WO TAI & CO.,
214 Nmianu Street, Honolulu,
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