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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 15, 1897.
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ANOTHER BIG SHIP TODAY
LEWERS & GQOKE
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
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MAiti.K xotkn :.viiii:ttt:i this
WIN II V DAY.
....DUALKKS IN ....
I'lnnlrr 'Willi Coal Arrived Nnlur
' tla.-UiilNll Slll Sninaiillin
Atony; tho Walerfrnnl.
Tlio steamers Claudine and
Mokolii of tho Wilder liuo will
leavo tomorrow at 5.
On account of tho calo blowiug
today, tho steamer Kaala did not
go out this momiug.
Tho Mikahtiln was on tho boards
to sail at 5 p m today for Muka
weli, Wuimoa aud Kekaha.
The steainor Nooau is posted to
depart at 3 tomorrow, the "Wai
alealo at -1 and tho W G Hall at 5.
Tomorrow, high title largo 2:31
a ui;high tide small 2:30 p m; low
tido largo 7:55 p m; low tido small
This is a breezy day. Au old
sea-dog was observed standing on
a corner today, whistling "The
wind blew through his whiskers."
Jolly Captain Thompson of tho
Hawaiian bark R P Rithet ex
pects to set sail for tho Goldon
Gate on "Wednesday. This will
bo his first trip in that vessel.
Tho Bulletin wishes him a
It is suid tho strong breeze pre
vailing today is caused by tho in
ability of an old blubbor-hunter's
shipmates up north, to swallow a
yarn of his, but as soon as a little
salt is procured they will got it
down. Ho is tolling how ho kill
ed two harpoons with ono whalo
This forenoon, tho British
four-masted ship Samnntlm, 2211
touB, Captain Crowe, arrived oil"
the harbor. She was 15 days out
from San Francisco, in ballast,
and is to load sugar hare for New
York. The big vessel was an
chored near tho mouth of the har
bor until the afternoon, when she
was towed in.
Further progress? was made in
tho shipping trnllic of Hamburg
during the year 1890. Tho num
ber of arrivals was 10,177, tho
total measurement being 0,115,000
register tons net, against 9113
ships and 0,251,000 tons in tho
year 1895. A largo proportion of
tho traffic was, as in former years,
douo with British ports.
The big four-masted schooner
Aloha lias cleared for tho Hawai
ian isles with tho moat valuablo
cargo ever takou out of this port
by a vessel of her rig. It con
sists of all classes of merchandise,
aud is valued at $52,710, or a lit
tle more thau thevaluntion placed
upon tho cargo of the last China
stoamer. Among tho big schoon
er's cargo will be a largo consign
ment of mules, which aro intend
ed for work on the plantations.
S F pnper.
Saturday afternoon tho Ameri
can barkeutino Planter, Dow mas
ter, was towed into port by tho
tug Eleu. Sho was 51 days mil
from NewcaBtlo, Australia, from
which port she cleared on Dec 20.
Tho Plauter passed the barkeu
tino Wrestler olt New Zealand on
Jan 1. Bough weather was had
during tho long trip, aud on Feb
11 tho vessel was blown past
Ouhu. Captaiu Dow, who has
his wife aud two children with
him, has been a way from Hono
lulu for about a year. Tho
Planter brought 857 tous of coal
for Cnstle fc Cooko. Sho is tiod
up at tho Uailroad wharf.
From Kauai,per stmr Keauhou,
Feb 13-James Blakio, It C L
Perkins and 2 on deck.
From Kauai, por Waialeale,
Fob 11 Mr Gardener and 0 deck.
From Kauai, por fctnir "W G
Hall, Fob 11 Mr and Mrs W H
Eice, Miss May Girvin, Hon H
"Watorhouse, Master H Christian.
O' W Spitz, Miss Emma Tai
Fook, Ah Kana, Ah Poo, Ah
Muk and 10 on dock.
From Maui, por stmr Claudine,
Fob 11 D Center, wife and 5
Children, Miss Godfrey, Mrs W
H Charlock,Count von Schwoinitz,
E H Uailey, Miss Koliinoi, Master
J P Yates, Master F Dunn, P N
Kahokuoluua, J K losopa, Young
Kui aud Sou, N AV Aluli, Master
Aluli, Mastor J Pa, M P Waiwai
olo, J W Davidson Jr, Master
AVm Campbell, Mastor Wm Pu
nolio, S Deoker, Mrs E P Hoso
and child, Mastor J Hoso, S M
Ballou, A Kidd, AV J Sheldon and
" wife, J S McOandless, and 11
lfHVSiU5ICTW PACKED I M VERVUnoEANB
" HrttfriS ' XJ? ,vtTIMn contain none 1
W? Cflll! SPECIAUUV POR QRANDb M
loneTmlwill pro?e Iheir
Sattkiut, Feb. 13.
Am bUtu Planter, Dow, from Newcastle.
Si'niiat, Feb. 14.
Stmr ClnudliK-, Camcion, from ports on
8tmr W 0 Hull, Halum, from ports on
Stmr tVuliiUalc. I'arker, from Kaunl.
Slmr KaaU. Mother, from Oaliu ports.
Stmr Mokolll, Nellsou, from Molokal.Maul,
Monday, Feb- 15.
8tmr Nocau, Peterson, from Hamakua,
Br ship Sainantlin, Crowe, from San Fran
cisco. VESSELS LEAVINO TOMOIlllOW.
8tmr WaUlcalc, Parker, for Kllauea, Ka
liblwai anil Ilatiakl.
Stmr Knnla, Moshcr, for Kabuku and l'u
naluu. Stmr W O Hall, HokIuuJ, for Uanamauln
Stmr Nocau, Peterson, forLabnina, Ilono
kaa and Kukulliaclc.
Stmr Claudine, Cameron, for Maul.
Stmr Mokolii, Nellsou, (orMoloknl, Mnul,
OA1IQOES FROM ISLAND 1'OllTS.
Ex stmr Claudine .1141 sks suear, 139 sks
potatoes, 25 sks com, 50 bead cattle, 40 bogs,
5 horses, I surrey.IUd pkgs sundjtcs.
Kv stmr Kcauliou -,liB0 bags sugar, !J cases
macblucry, 2 pk?s sundries.
Kx stmr V O Kail -5?0 unj;a Mitfar, In
bdls bides, oU bngi rice, 45 pkga sundries.
Ex stmr Walalcalc S530 bags sugar, 7C7
bags paddy, 50 bags rice.
Ex slmr Kaala--20J5 bai;s sui;ar.
Ex stmr Nociu 3901 baj; sugar.
VESSKI.J IN POUT.
II 11 M S Icarus, Fleet, I'.sijulmnlt.
U t S Alert, llauford, San Francisco.
(Coasters not Included lu tbls list.)
Dr ship Samantha, Crowe. S F, Feb 15.
Am bktn I'lautcr, Dow, Newcustle, Feb 13.
Am sclir Kobcrt Leweis, (loodman, New
castle. Ilr bk lioutenbeck, Uodgcrs, Liverpool,
Am bk S C Allen, Johnson, S F.
Am ship II 11 Hyde, Scilbucr, S F.
Am schr Transit, Jorgenson, S K.
Am bk Alden Hesse, 1'otter, 8 F.
Am bktn Irmgnrd. Schmidt, S F.
Am bktn Artier, Calhoun. S F.
Ilr bk Northbrook, Law don, Honjtkoii!;.
tier ship Marie Hackfehl, Krusc, llrtmcu.
Gcr bk J C Glade, Liverpool.
Haw sehr Honolulu, Tbonaj;ul, Tocopllla.
Haw bk II 1' ltllhct. Tborapion, Nuwcastlc.
Am bk Albeit, (lilllllbs. S F, Kibti.
Am ship O F Sargent. Morie,Ncwca8tleFcb 1
Am ship May Flint, Xlekelt, S F F.b I'J.
FOltKKlN VKS8KL8 EXPECTED.
Vessels hero trom Due
8 S ClilltOKOiis l'ortliml, Feb 10
Warrlmoo Victoria " 10
City ut Peking S F " UD
Mliiwcra Colnnles " iil
Hel-k' Voliuhsmn " "JG
Uk iviulnolc, Nowiicastlu .. ..FebS
UkCallao, Nucsstle Due
Am bk Amy Tinner,. .New York Due
Nlc bk Dominion, ....Newcastle Due
Ilk (i C Perkins Newcastle Due
Ilklu Wrestler Newcastle Due
(Jer bk Paul Imiberj;.. ..Liverpool Due
Am scbr Aloha S F Duu
MOjSMAK-On Suiiday. February 14, 18'j7.
to the wlfu of lltcbard Mosiman, a
Nicely furnished rooms nt the
Popular House, 151 Fort street,
from S1.00 per week up.
That picture in King Bros,
window which has attracted so
much attention is not tho portrait
o anyone here.
Sterling, tho painter, is pre
pared to quota prices on roof
painting. He uses a composition of
coal tar and cement. Cheapest
and beat' roof preparation in Ho
nolulu. Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Ntiunnti streets, lodging by
day, woek or month. Tonne: 25
and 50 cents por night. $1, and
S1.25 ror week.
City (Jurringe O0..J. S, And.
rndo, manager. If you want a
hnok with good horso and care
ful drivor ring up felophono 118,
corner of Fort and Merchant
treo.t" Hack n I n)I hours.
f5ul)"ortl)H for tho TCvenino Box
'.BTIN 76 cents por ramth.
One Hear Too MAiiy.
When tho woman nt whoso cnbin I
took dlnucr on tho crust of tho Cumber
land mountains told mo Unit sho was a
widow, I folt it a sort of duty to Inquire
if her husband had died by sickucss or
"Neither one," sho replied. "Hodied
of too much Hotucss. "
"How was that?"
"Ho'd lioked ono b'ar in a fair tout,
and ho thought ho could lick two. Ho
was sot to do it, and 0110 day ho run
across tho b'ars and sailed in."
"And thcro wcro too many bears for
"Thar was. When tho font ended iio
had killed ono b'ar, but t'other critter
and mo wus widdcrs nud hov bin so over
eence." St, Louis Republic.
Medical Ad r Joe.
Doctor Yon aro far from woll. A
sedentary occupation does not agrco
Patient What must I do?
Doctor Well, Mr. Brulsor, yon must
giro up pugilism and go into eomo lino
In which you will have sufllcicnt exor
cise. New York Sunday World. '
No Dlrerilon to II Im.
"That spiritual medium played Pid
ger a moan trick last night."
"What was it?"
"He asked to linvo somo gifted con
versntioiiulist materialized, uud they
called up his mother-in-law." Chicago
"It's nwful to see n man with such
an iusutiublo thirst for nowrpnper noto
riety." "How so?"
"Why, ho drinks barrels of patent
medicines. "Detroit News.
A Victim of Science.
"Gombsy's in a dreadful plight."
"Why, his surgeon put a rabbit's oyo
in in pluco of tho 0110 ho lost, and his
nose twitches liko mad tho wholo time. "
Now York Herald.
Where They Are.
Tho summer girl wo sco no more
Nor uvea bear about bur.
Tho banimock bung In ugly folds.
Its charm U gono without her.
Tho dainty frocks sho used to wear
No louger grucd tho uocnory,
To udd brltiht bits of coloring
To sunimur'H wuutou greenery.
No paper novels deck the lawn
Or long hotel verandas.
Let fall In hato when Charlies cam
To suo thulr fair Amandas.
Tho Idlu Hkld is crcwless now,
The tennis around deserted.
Tha snmmiT Iioiihu Is tcnuutleu
Wberu generations dlrtcd.
Tho bathing Ifach Itself U bare
Of all that inado It charming.
In fact, tho countryside displays
Some symptoms qulto alarming.
Yot Is thn Bpeclcs not extinct,
As you may learn by stunllng
A clancn adowu the boulevard.
Whore all tho world Is wheeling.
A 1'alr UDistlon.
Ho (bitterly) Pshaw 1 AU women
Sho Then why In tho world do you
spend so much time trying to find tho
one you wont to marry? Boston Globe.
"Tako yo photograph altogothor?"
t Mot m Trilby.
Paints, Oils and Glass
Wail Paper, Mattings,
Etc., Etc , Etc.
LE.WERS & C00KE,
473 F r street, ... - Telepbono 20i
Wm. 8. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O Irwin, - President ond Manager
Olnus Bpreckelfl, ... Vice-President
W. M. Qiirnrd, Secretary and Treasurer
Theo. 0. Porter, - - - Auditor
AQENT8 OF THE
OOEANIO STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OF SAN FUANOI8CO. OAL.
0. BREWER & COMPANY, LIMITED,
Queen etrcct, llonolula, 11. 1.
Hawaiian Aerlcultiir.il Company, Onomra Suear
Company, llonomu Sugar Company, Walluku
Sugar Company, Wallicc Sugar Company, Malice
Sugar Company, Ilaleakala Ranch Company, Ka
napala Ranch. Homers' Line San Franclico
Packets, Chas. Brewer & Co.'s Line of Boston
PacketsAgents Boston Board of Underwriters.
Agents Philadelphia Hoird nt Underwriters.
mst or oiticers :
P O Jones, President! Gdorge H Kobertson,
Mansgerj E F Itishop, Tronwrer nud See
retaryi Col. V FAlleu, Auditor; OM Cooke,
II WnterhouHe, A V Cftrler, Directors.
H. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Coffee
AT ALL HOOnS.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS OK IIAKD.
Eagle -:- House
CARL KLEMME, FropriBtnr,
New mnungement. Commoilions rooms.
Table Hoard tho finest, including many
l'alutnblo German Dishes.
Board and Room, per week $6.50 to $7.50
Table Board, per week
A FAMILY ilOTEL.
V. ICX013J30. - Fxo&
Per Day 8 2.00
Per Week 12.00
Cpclal 2Jloiitlily ZZaitaal
The Best of Attendance, the Best Situa
tion and the Finest Meals in this City
SINGER'S -:- BAKERY
King St. nonr Thomas Square
Cakes : and : Pies
BBorvod Frosh Evory Day.
H. P. SINGER,
TolopboDO 872. Solo Prop'r.
The Elito Ice Cream Parlors
:q .A-:ec :e :eb -sr i
Hotel street, near Fort.
BREAD, PJES and CAKES
The Finest Imported and Home.
Steamers of the nbovo Lino running in conueotiou with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Botweon Vancouver, B. O., nnd Sydney, N. 8. W nnd calling nt Viotorio, B. O..
Honolulu nnd Suvn (Fiji),
jsjzztt jdtjtb urr ico3srbXj"uri-iTJ'
On or about the dates below stated, viz.!
From Bilnoy ami Sura, for Victoria and
Vancouver. It. C.t
Stmr "MIOWERA" February 24
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" March 24
Slnir'-MIOWEllA" At.rH 24
Stmr ' 'WARM MOO' May 24
Tliroiifrli Tickets 1hhiic1 from Honolulu to Cunntln,
United States ami Europe.
VRKIUIIT AND PA8SENOEH AOENTH!
D. MoNicoli, Montreal. Cannda.
Roner.T Kr.it it, Winnipeg, Canada.
M. M. Steiin, Bun Finnoisco, Cal. .
G. MoL. Buowh, Vancouver, B. O.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
Tho New and Fino Al Steel Steamship
Of the Ocennio Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from Sydney nnd
Auckland on or about
March 4, 1897.
And will leavo for the nbove port with
Mails and Passengers on or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:
The New nnd Fine Al Stee .Steamship
Of the Ocennio Steamship Company willj
be duo nt Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
March 11, 1897.
Aud will hnve prompt despatch with
Mails and russengers for the above ports.
Tho nndorsigned nre now prepared
ThroiiBh Tickets to All Points
in tho United States.
tarFor further particulars regarding
Freight or Pnssngo apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arrive Honolulu Leav Honolulu
from 8. F. for S. F.
March 2. 1897 March 10, 1807
Murch 30, 1897 A pril 7, 1897
THROUGH LINE ,
From San Frnucisco
From Sydney for
Alameda. Mo 11, 97 I Zealandia, Mo 4, '97
Mariposa, April 8, '97 I Moana, April 1, "97
AT JORDAN'S i
No. 10 Store
Jugsl lugsl Iugsl
' " Dnghestau,
Sofa Rugs I Floor Rugs I
Tapestry nnd Carpets,
Crumb Cloths and Druggets.
XST All Just Received at
QMD1M AND SHARPENING OF ALL HNDS,
Merchant and Richards Streets.
$r 8hnrnens Tools and Cutting Knives,
(Irlnclsilurnicnl Inetruments to Order, Flics
Saws, etc., etc. 4H-tf
Oceanic uteanu Go.
From Victoria ami Vanrnuver, Hi O,, to
Sum ami Sjilneyl
8tmr "WAIUUMOO" '..February 16
Stmr "MIOWERA" ; Match 16
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" April 16
Stmr "MIOWEltA" May 16;
EST For Freight nud J'nssngo nnd nil
General Information, apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for tho Hawaiian Inlands.
Wife's Steamship Co's
0. h. WIGnT, Tres. S. R. ROSE. See.
Oapt. J. A. KINO, I'ortSupt,
Will leave Honolulu at 10 a. m., touohing at
Lahnina, Maalaoa Bay and Makena the
samodays Mahukona. Eawaihaoand Lau
pahoehoo the following day, arriving at
llllo the same evening.
LtAVXB nOWOLPtU. ABBIVX8 nOKOlDtU.
Tuosday Feb. 23
"Friday Mar. 6
Tuesday Mnr. 1(1
Friday Feb. 10
Tuesday... ..Mar. 2
Friday... ..Mar. 12
Tuesday.. .Mar. 23
Friday Mar. 20
Returning, will leave Hilo at 1 o'clock
r. m., touchiog at Laupuhoehoe, Mnhu
kona and Kawalhae mtuo day; Makena,
Maalacalloy and Laliaiun "the following
day; arriviue at Honolulu the nftrnonna
I of Tuesday and Fridays.
Will .., ...n-l.-ll.l n
aOSNo Freight will lie received after
..... van iu iuuuiki, rniuii
12 noon on day uf Bailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday at 6r.it.)
touching at Kahulul, Huna, Ilnmounnd
Eipahulu, Maui. Returning arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, on second trip
of each month.
No Freight will be received after
p- "' on any of sailing.
This Company will reserves the right to
make changes in tho time of departure and
arrival of its steauieis 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 responsible for freight after
it has been lauded.
Live Stook only at owner's risk.
This Company will not bo responsible
for Money or Valuables of passengers
unless placed in the care of Pursers.
PasKcngors aro requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. Those fulling to
rtf, CA .1.111 llA fll.llt.,., in nH nJ.tlllnB.l
,v m ... uo DUUJPI.. IU HU UUUIUUUIM
' flhorrrn of twcntr.Hvft wf ronf
L. C. Allies k Co. A.V. Gear & CD.
OUIce!J07.McrcImntat. Office 210 King St.
.... AND ....
general Business Agents
Loaus Negotiated and Collections
Stooks Bought and Sold.
Books Audited and .Accounts Adjuxtcd.
BUls Bought and NotBS
niscnuntBd, ' ,
Fife and Life InguflancB flgeijtg
Just , Received
Gold und Silverware;
Crockory and Ivorywoio,
Wliito GraBS Olofli, Mattingd,
"Wicker aud Steamer Chairs,
Cigars, Etc., Etc.,
WING WO TAI & CO.,
214 Nnuanu Street, Honolulu,
W. H. KICKARD,
General Business Agent
Will attend to Conveyancing in
all its Branchos, Collecting
and all Business Matters
All Business entrusted to him
will receive Prompt and Careful
Hcnokaa, Hamakua, Hawaii,
telA r Wv.iv:5-