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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 12, 1897.
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J..IHra To.lay. TJ 5 ISfcMll SPECIALS FOR GRAHDS
S S Mouowni loaves for tlio
Colonies nt 8 p m.
Tlio Iwnluni lenves nt 1 today
for Lnhninn and Hnmnkun.
The Bchooner Aloha bound from
Snn Frnncieco for Honolulu hns
300 hogs aboard.
Captain Scribner of tlio II B
Hyde expects to Rot eail tor New
York on Tuesday next.
Tlio brif; J D Sprockols sailed
for Muhnkona on Feb 2, aud tlio
Bchooner Aloba for Honolulu on
Tomorrow, higb tide large 1:10
p mjhigh tido small 0:10 p id; low
tide largo G:oo p m; low tido small
8:27 a m.
Purser B B Bondall of the
Monowai is the same jolly chap.
Ho and tlio othor oificors have
gotten ovor their bad colds caught
The Kinau departed, at half
pnst 10 this forenoon. Many of
lior passengers wore undoubtedly
seasick beforo Diamond Head was
reached, thoro being a nice gale of
wind to make things lively.
Arrived at San Francisco- Fob
2: SchrR W Bartlett, 17J from
Kahului. Fob 3: Bk O D Bry
ant, 11 days, bktn S N Castle, 15
days, and bgtn W G Irwin, 11
days from Honolulu. Fob 4: Schr
Nokomis, 12 days from Hilo.
The Hawaiiausteatuor Zealandia,
Captain Hayward, from San
Francisco for Honolulu and Aus
tralian ports, arrived at Auckjand
on the 3rd iust. Tlio vessel was
several days overdue, and some
anxiety was felt for her safety.
The now passenger steamer
Heleno, which was launched from
the Union Iron Works last week,
is rapidly noaring completion.
She will bo far enough advanced
for hor trial trip by tlio middle of
the present mouth. S F Chroni
cle. The R M S Monowai, 213G tons,
Capt M Carey, loft San Fraucisco
at 2:10 p m on Fob G; discharged
tho pilot at 3:40 p m. Arrived at
Honolulu at 11 a m. Feb 12. On
Sunday, tho 7th inst, at 10:20 a m,
Bpoko tho bark Martha Davis in
Lat 31 deg 5 min N aud Long 131
dog 17 min AV; wished to bo re
ported all well.
People having business on
Bnnvor'b whaif aie kicking ut its
condition. Rainy days and
sunshiny days, it is always thu
miiiie: clouds ot dust flying from
ouo end to tho other. Them
should be a wooden iloor laid, in
stead of tho earth ns nt present.
Freight clerks, customs ofiiccrri
and laborers got their lungs full
of a beautiful mixturo of bono
meal, lime, Hour manure and
This afternoou, the big ship
May Flint, Captain Niokols, ar
rived from Snn Frnncisco after an
uneventful voyngo of about 18
days. The first 13 days out sho
had strong S W to S winds, after
which she caught tho N E trndos,
which continued to arrival. Tho
May Flint is 3310 tons, and was
formerly tho steamship Persian
Montirah, luuningou the Atlantic.
She is the same vessel that carried
"Jumbo," tho big elephant, to
America. Tho Flint is lying at
Sorensou's wharf. Sho will load
augur for Now York.
TIip burk C. D. Bryant arrived
at Sun Francisco Fob. 3 from
Honolulu, with two mon in irons,
'William Conroy and Gustavo
Lundquist, dosortors from tho ship
Homy B Ilydn, now in Honolulu
loading sugar for Now York.
After the Bryant waB clear of
Honolulu threo stowaways ruro
found. All wore ordered to work
their passage. One man obeyed,
but the other two worn placed in
irons during tho voyage bocaubo
they would not work, Tho two
fellows iu irons git a file and
freed thomselves on arriving in
Sin Francisco, each escaping with
an iron on ono wrist. They got
into a bout lying astern and
rowed nRhore. Ono of thorn went
to tho Harbor police station and
complained that Captain Leo had
treated them with cruelty. Tho
Captain donicd tho story, und
said that if tho mon returned to
tho bark, ho would roinovo tho
. BBorcTrial wdl pro?e their ne r trTT.j
From San Francisco, per S
S Monowai, Fob 12 For Hono
lulu: Capt I Hray, A R Colburn
and wifi, H E Coleman, E "V
Eckles, Miss A Emmolulh, C H
Fairer. Miss A Goldstein, S G
Lane, J W Liming and wifo, Chas
Piatt nud wife, Win R Portor, S
Rinaldo, H Spalding and wife,
Rov C B Sumuor,Mis8 H Sumner,
Geo Werle and Miss Herbert
Wiuslow. For Auckland: Mrs
E S Merritt, Loo Myers and wifo.
For Sydnoy: Wm Aitcheson and
wife, A Fiold, Mrs E F Green,
Budd Maudell, H O Piper,
wifo and child, Mrs Chas J Ro
binson, Mrs Jared G Smith, W H
It Stitt and wife, Molvillo Stojtz,
For Hawaii and Maui, per
Kinau, Fob 12 Volcano: Dr,
Haberor, U Baird, Mr Dougherty
and wifo. Cliasde Wolf Browuoll,
J S Werrin, W S Weiriu, Miss A
Pcarce, M C Prater and wife, II A
Greene, S E Lardley, Mrs C
Fairchild, Miss D Beasloy. Way
ports: Mrs Abbott, Mrs E ff
Ward, H P Walton, W J Smith,
Tlios Carter, Chas E Rosecraus,
Captain Ella Peterson, Lieuten
ant Coxp, J S MoCanoless, H A
Wildor, O S Desky, F C Clarke, 0
Koelliug, S M Ballon, L Aseu, E
A Wilson, W Altmann, Miss E
Bond, Miss Ostrom, Messrs Clif
ton and Black, J W Borgstrom,
H H Ronton, J Ciauo and wife,
Mr Waldron, J A Wildor, C J
Falk, AV Vidn and CO deck pas
sengers. For Sydney, per S S Monowai,
Fob 12 -H J Hart and wife, S E
Laidloy, Mrs H F Lewis, child
nud nurse, H Sibbald, E B Wolff.
Fhiuit, Feb. 12.
Am ship May Flint, Nickels, from Snn
O a S Monouat, Care), from Sun Frun
Tlli'liHDtY, Feb. 11.
Stmr Knala, Mo!kt, l.ir O.1I111 porU.
Slmr Jamei Mnl.i-c, 1 illicit, or Kiipm.
Stmr Keauliou, Tlmmpsim, for Kapaa.
FkidvY, Feb. 13.
Stmr Iunlanl, (iionry, (or I.ulialiKi, Ilono
Knit mill Knktilliuile.
Stmr Kinau, Cl.uke, tor .Maul and Ha
waii. S U Monowai, Care, lor tuu Colonies, Tla
Stmr J A Cummins, Seaile, from Oaliu
vi:shi:i.s in pout.
II 11 M S lcarm, Fliet, Kbiilmalt.
U t S Alert, Hanford, Man Frutielacn.
(Coasters not Included In tliU list.)
Am eelir Hubert l.cwers, Uoodman, New-
Dr bl; Itouteiibuck, Hodcrs, Liverpool,
Am bk 3 C Allen, Joliuion, S F.
Am ship II II Hyde, Serlbner, b F.
Am ecbr Tianult, JorKcnsou, S K.
Am bk Allien Uesse, 1'ottcr, 8 F.
Am bktn Iimu'iird. Sclimldt, H F.
Am bktn Archer, Calboun. 8 F,
11 r bk N'ortbbrook, Lawdon, Honi;koiii;.
(!cr stitp Marie lliickfeld, Kruse, Uremen.
(icr bk J O (Hade, Liverpool.
Haw Bdir Honolulu, Tbonaul, Tocopllla.
Haw bk It I' Ultbct. Tbompon, Newcastle.
Am bk Albert. UrIIUIliD, 8 F, Feb 'J.
Am stdi C F Sargent, Slorse.NewcaiitleFub 1
Am tblp May Flint, Nickel, S F Feb I a.
ONE ON LEAP YEAR.
This is the lutcst on leap year: A
well known young gcntluuun declined
to call upon a very charming young
ludy living in Queen Anne town When
pressed for a reason ho said: "SheMs
too much like Hanle. Deer. Sbe'B
bright, sparkling ami pure, and so
full of life T am afrnld sits will 'pop. "
On tap or in bottles at the Criterion.
Tho Vacuum oils aro sold in
tho Hawaiian Islands by'tho Paci
fic Hard waro CoLtd.,of Honolulu,
and aro dolivorod to tlio purohas.
or in original packages as shipped
from our works. Vacuum Oil
Co., Edward l'rissor, Secrotary.
Jmt Keeping Game,
Stories of noted gamblers wero in or
der, when tho following was told of the
late Clmrloy Perkins: Obnrlcy was play
ing seven tip witli a fiiend who know
him very well, and Chnrley was not
playing the pquiucst game iu tlio world.
His friend remonstrated with him some
thing as follows:
"Look here, Chnrley, you know you
oau beat mo playing this gamo 'shoe
to plates,' and I don't mind your win
ning my money on the square, but you
can win it fast enough .without cheat
ing." "I couldn't cheat you. I don't know
how. I wouldn't if I could, and I
couldn't If I would."
Spades were trumps, nud Pcrkini
was the dealer, when his frieud, reach
ing across tho table suddenly, grabbed
his right hand aud, turning it over, ex
posed tho nco and douce of spades,
wbloh ho was holding out iu his capa
"Therel What do you call that ii
you're not cheating, Chnrleyf"
"Did you thiuk I was trying to cheat
"It looks Hko you were, doehu't it?"
"Well, now I begin to boliovo that
you don't know uiuoh about tills game.
I thought you knew (.oven up pretty
well, but now you don't mociu to know
enough to pound sand."
"Well, I know wlion I seo a muu
holding out, any wny."
"I wasn't holding out, you darnod
fool. I was keeping game. Don't you
sco? You're two, and I'm ouo." Now
"I never saw any one moro skillful
at driving a horso slnglo hauded than
Willy Nilly," suid thu auburn haired
"Single handed and alone," said the
brown eyed girl, who lms a mild lunula
for stock phrases.
"Of course not, idiot. Why should ho
want to drive single bunded when he
was alono?" Cincinnati L'uquiror.
Wares Mixed Up.
"Great sensation iu that big depart
"An elephant fell out of tlio zoo de
partment through seven skylights and
ruined the ico in tha basement skating
rink department. "Chicago ltccord.
Tlio I'rmlulnu View.
Nell Did you enjoy tho purforinauoo
Bolle No, it was stupid. Noarly cv
ery woman in tho houso took her hat olT,
and there wus nothing to look at but the
play. Philadelphia Kccoid.
Tlio NuwM Variety of irnM Widower.
Prynmu Did 1 understand you to say
that Dumley was a wldowor?
Wyiuim A grass widower. His
wife's got a bicycle. ltiohmond Dis
patch. A Cord of .Music.
' 'Tommy, do you know what a string
"Yessuiu. A hand organ with a mon
key tied to it." Hoxbury Gazette.
Inebriated Yachtsman (in tho bath
tub) Wh hid Lend a hand, ev'body,
an hie help mo bale her out. Shu's
hio sinkiugl Now York Eveuiug
The,inqulsitlvo passenger had hinted
around until his pationoo hod worn out,
so ho asked the digulfled passonger,
"What is your business?"
The digninod ono answered him, " I
am a lung specialist."
Tho inquisitivo mau was quiet for
awhile ; then ho broko out again :
"Say, I just happened to think. " he
said. "Did you mean you aro a doctor
or n prizefighter?" OinoinutUl En.
Tue Money Question,
"Mamie," said Maud, "huvo you
studied the financial question any?"
"I'vo read the headlines in the news
papeis." "What kind of money do you want,
silver or gold?"
"I want gold," was tho prompt ro
ply. "Gold dollars tnuko such lovely
baugle.s, and inuybo they'll come iu
stylo agaiu." Washington Star.
Hobl nsDii Hlo.'k, Hotel Street.
Look at Our Bargain List
Fine Straw lints, 25c. up.
Crepe Pnjumus, $1 a suit.
Colored Bosom Shirts, 65c.
Ladies Kimonos, $1 up.
Gents Sox, 4 pairs for 25c.
Paper Napkins, 30o. a 100.
Ladies Leather Purses, 25c.
Silk Embroidered Pillow
Covers, 75c. a piece.
Robinson Block, Hotel Street.
L & Allies & Co. A.V.Gear&co.
.... AND ....
general Business Agents
Loans Negotiated nod Collections
Stocks Bought and Sold.
Hooks Audited nud Accounts Adjusted.
Bills Bought and NatBS
UlECDUntBQ, ' ,
Fire and Life IngitfancB Ageqfcg
HAVING ESTABLISHED A MODERN
plant for hulling, polishing nnd assorting
onii o, wo are prepnreu to uuy and . lenu
coffee in tho parchment.
MODERATE CHARGE MADE FOR CLEA1II11G
gjB Apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.
N.. F. BURGESS
Lawn Mowers, Garden Hcse,
In fact nil kinds of Tools, nnd docs nearly
utl kimls of work tbut anyone lcquircs.
Q. Work called for nud returned by
LAWN MOWERS TO LET.
3J3 Rotneuiber wo do work chenp this
your. S10 tf
320 Fort street, near Merchant.
Cnsloin House Broker anil Statistician
General Business Agent.
W. H. KICKARD,
General Business Agent
Will nttond to Couvoynnoing in
all its Branches, Gollectiug
and all Business Matters
All Business entrusted to lain
will receive Prompt and Careful
Hcnokaa, Hamakua, Hawaii,
A New Abstract Office.
As a result o 15 year's experi
enco in the Abstract Business, I
am preparod to make Abstracts of
Title in a most thorough, accurate
and complete manner, and on
F. "W. Makinney.
In W. O. Smith's Office, 318
Fort Street. 215-tf
Consolidated Soda Water Co., L'd
Corner Allen & Fort Sts., Honolulu.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
A. V. G-EAR.
No. 210 King St.
Hteiuuers ot tho above Lino running in connection with thu
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, li. O., Bnd Sydney, N. S. L and calling at Violorla, 13. O. .
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
-2SS HDTTE jJ3? HOnsrOLTTLTJ"
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
From Hjrtney nml Sura, for Victoria nml
Vnncouveri II. O.i
Stmr "MIOWEItA" February 24
Stmr "WAimiMOO" March 24
Stmr "MIOWEItA" April 24
Btrur "WAIUtlMOO" May 24
Through TicUotH Issued fr
FiiEiaitT amd rABSKNarm aoents:
D. MoNicoltj, Montreal, Canada.
Koheiit Keiiii, WinnipeK, Canada.
M. M. Hteun, Sau Friincj co, Oal.
O. Moli. UttowN, Vancouver, 1$. O.
Qceanic Steamship Co.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
" Zealandia "
Ot the Occanio Steamship Company will
bo due at 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:
Tho Now and Fiuo Al Stco Steamship
Of tho Oceauio Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
March 11, 1897.
And will havo prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for tho abovo ports.
Tho undersigned aro now prepared
Tliroutfli Tickets to All Points
iu tho United States.
t3JFor further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN &C0., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
for S. P.
March 2, 1807 March 10, 1S07
March 20, 1897 April 7, 1897
From Ban Francisco
Alameda, Mo 11, '97
Mariposa, April 8, '07
From Sydnoy for
Moana, April 1, '97
Notice is hereby giveu that one
White Mare branded "A" on the left
neck, black spot ou knees of the fore
legs and hind legs; also ono Bay Colt
without brand, white spot on the fore
bead, two fore legs black, ono left hlud
leg white and the left hiutl-Ieg black,
have been Impounded lu tlio Govern
meut Pound at Maklkl, Honolulu,
ami If said estrays are uot claimed am)
all pound charges satisfied on or bo
fore Saturday, February 20, 1897, at 13
o'clock noon the same will be sold on
that date aud hour to the highest
bidder. K. KEKUENE,
Honolulu, February 8, 1S97. 528 3t
Notico Is hereby giveu that one
Cream Colored Horse btanded on the
left hip and ou the left aide, two hind
legs black and white, left fore-leg
black, and right foro-leg whlto and
black, shod on left fore aud hind hoofs,
has beeu impounded iu the Govern
ment Pound at Maklkl, Honolulu, and
If eald Hstray is not claimed aud all
Pound charges satisfied on or beforo
Saturday, February 20, 1897, at 12
o'clock noon, the same will be sold on
that date and hour to tho highest
bidder. K KEKUENE,
Honolulu, February 5, 1897. 520 3t
GRINDING AND SHARPENING OF ALL KINDS.
Merchant aud ltiohards Sticots.
Kf Sharpens Tools anil Outline Knives.
Grinds Surgical Instruments to Order, Files
8aw6, etc., etc. 40t-tf
Oceanic Steamsitip Co
From Victoria anil Vntiroiirnr, II. Of, to
Suva ami Syilimyt
Stmr "WABIUMOO" Febniary 16
8tinr"MIOWEltA'' March 16
Btmr "WARIUUOO" Atiril 16
Stmr "MIOWEItA" May 16
ont ironolulii to Canadn,
t3T For Fret'sht nnd Passago aud all
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Auents for tho Ilawaiian Islands.
Wife's Steamship Co's
O. L. WIGnT, Trcj. S. B. HOSE, Sec.
Capt. J. A. KINO, Port Supt.
Will leave Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching at
Lahaina, Maalaoa Bay and Mnkena the
snnieday; Mahukona. Knwnihao and Lau
pnhoohoe the following day, arriving at
Hilo tho same evening.
LKAVI3 nONOLOt.P. ABRIVIS HOKOLDLU.
Tuesday Feh. 23 I Friday Feb. 19
"Friday Mnr. 6 TneBclny. . ...Mar. 2
Tuesday Mnr. 10 Friday... ..Mar. 12
Friday Mar. 20 Tuesday. . .Mar. 23
Returning, will loavo Hilo nt 1 o'clock
p. m., touching at Laupnhoehoe, Mnhn
koua and Kawnihne same dnjj Mnkcnn,
Msnlnoa Bay nud Lahniuu tho following
day; nrriving at Honolulu the nfternoocs
of Jllesdnv nnd Fridnra.
Will call at Pohoiki, 1'una.
I CNo Freight will be received after
i 12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday at B r. M.
touching at Kahnlul, liana, Hnmoaand
Kirmhnlu, Maui. Hctnrning arrives at
Honolulu Sundny mornings.
Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, on second trip
of each month.
"No Freight will bo received aftex
p. m. on day of sailing.
This Company will reserves the right to
make changes iu tho time of departure and
niTlPnl nt ifa ulaiininru iidilinitt ..nil... .. .
it will not be responsible for nuy cou&c
qutuccH arising therefrom
I fVitiulnnnda mimt l.a nf .Via T .oJtHMn 1
receivo their freight; this Company will
uui uuiu ineii rubiouhiuiu xor ireigut aiier
it has been lauded.
Live Stock only at owner's risk.
This Company will not be responsible
for Money or Valuables of passengers
nnleas placed in the care of Pursers.
PasoeiiKers nie requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. ThOie fulling to
do so will bo subject to an additional
charge of twonty-livn per cent.
In Blocks to suit pur
chasers. Will deliver
after January 2, 1897.
S" Inquire of
The Hawaiian Safo Deposit &
OH Fort Rtrat
Situated on a Beautiful Uil'slde Overlook
ing the Ocean, and 1300 feet
abovo Sea Level,
Only 21 hourV sail from ITonolnln.
Climate mild, cloar dry atmospheie, 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. II. A. LINDLEY, Prop.,
323 'tf Kona. Hawaii.
Gold and Silvorwnro,
Crockory and Ivorywaro,
Whito Grass Olothj Mattings,
Cigars, Etc., Etc.,
WING WO TAI & CO.,
214 Nuuaiiu Street, Honolulu,