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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 1?, 1897.
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HEWS OF THE DOCKS
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OajiacSian-Australiaii Steamship Line
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A Lumber Schooner from C'nllloruln
Three Miunr-lMilm lliirk ti IUrc
In I lie llnltlcii lialr.
Tho Kauai jjoes to Koloa anil
Wiklora' Btoitiuor Hawaii is on
tho ways for cleaning and repairs.
Tho 0 ASS Warrimoo leaves
at 5 p m this day for tho Colonics,
via Fiji .
Yostorday afternoon tho suhoou
or Robert Lowers was launched
from tho Marino Railway.
The "Warrimoo 1ms a heavy
cargo this trip, though only 80
tons wore brought for this port.
Tomorrow, high tide large i:2'l
a m;higli tide small l:il p m; low
tido large 10:31 p m; low tido small
11: 0 am.
Exports por bark Albert aro
19,209 bags sugar, valued at 8G9,
70:5.83. II Hackfold & Co wore
Tho bark Northbrook is re
ceiving a coat of black paint.
Sinco arriving hero she has had a
snowy white color.
Tho mammoth Bhip May Flint
is at Ocoanicdock to receive sugar.
She is expected to tako about
1100 tons or 78,100 bags.
A Board of llealth official iu
spected the makai end of Oceanic
wharf yesterday. The odor in
that vicinity has beon rather
Tho three - mastpd schooner
.Tyssio Minor arrived this morn
ing aftur a passage of 20 days
from Eureka, Cal. Slio brought
lumber for Lowers .V Cooke.
The American schooner Queon
arrived at Mahukoiia, Kohula, on
Feb 10, twenty-sis days from La
Liboriau, 0 A, i" ballast and will
load sugar for San Francisco.
Tho Hawaiian bark It V Rithet
sailed this morning for San Fran
cisco, and American baiks Aldeu
Uesse and Albert leave this after
noon. A merry race is oxpected.
Tho Albert is the favorite.
Tho steamships of tho Canadian
Australian lino navo been making
bettor time lately than formerly.
Whon tho now stoauior Aorangi
is put on, theso boats will have a
clmnco to comoup to tho schedule.
The aieamor Mauna Loa tied up
allier berth a few minutes before
3 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
She brought a light cargo, and
but few cabin pns&engor. She
report rough weather all round
this trip. .
Shipments to San Francisco por
bark Aldou 13fs-o aro H,037 ivigs
sugar by W O Irwin & Co, oOO'l
bugs by M S
(.trinbamn V Uo.
8 10 bags by II
b.igs nco au I
32 bugs colfee by
I he enr-o is
valued at 63,027.00.
The bark R P ltithut sailed thi
morniug with a full cargo of
sugar. The sweet stuff was valued
at 8103,817.03, and was shippod as
follows: 13,703 bags bv C Brouor
Sc Co, 3290 bags by T H Davies fc
Co, 0020 bags by F A Sulmofor .t
Co, 0201 bags by Cnstlo & Cooke.
Tho British sealing schooner
Mermaid, J W Anderson master,
arrived at Hilo Feb 7, twonty
threo days from Victoria, B O.
Tho vessel mado catches of 151
seals on tho way out. Tho Mer
maid was built in 1853 for the
revonuo service of tho English
government. She was bought by
privato parties in 1891 and has
sinco been used iu sealing and
probably other bnsinoss. She
carries six boats and h maune 1
by a crew of twenty two sailors
Tho Morraaid loft port for tho
Japanese coast on Friday last.
Following is tho report of tho
"Warrimoo which entered tho har
bor shortly before 7 this morning:
Tho R M S Warrimoo, W E
"White commander, left Vanconvor
ou Fob 9 at 8 a in, and Victoria at
5 p to, tho same day; passed IV
toosh Island at 9:30 p in samo
night. Experienced modorato
winds and fine weather to 13 N
Lat and 131 c "W Long, whoro on
Fob 11 a woaterly gale was eu
countorod, lasting for 1(5 hours;
thence to arrival light to modor
ato winds and smooth sea.
Now York, Jan 20 A special
to tho Ilorald from Cadiz says:
Spain's fastest and strongest
ironclad, tho Carlos Quiuto,
which was constructed hero at a
private yard out of entirely
national muterial, and launched
I BMh' nfflF?! ft.Cn MO? CONTAIN MORE "
I T5 IJM11IH3 SPECIALLV POR 'H0QlHCb1
I 5 iMiri''"nrTrnl willpro7e their nenFt"Vf-
two months ago, has beon com
ploted, and left yostorday for
Cartagena to bo docked for the
finishing touches. Sho will re
turn hero next mouth to mount
her guus nnd, have hor official
steam trials. Thou sho will bo
commissioned. Tho vessel is
powerful in appoaranco, and is of
' On tho arrival of tho Mauna
Loa yesterday, Captain Simeraou
was besioged by an nrmy of re
porters. 1'hoy woro aftor "news,"
which tho gonial mariner, who
commands the largest stenmor of
tho Inter-Island fleet, always
furnishos with pleasure, when ho
has auv. Yesterday "much
weather" was all tho nows to bo
had, but when the skipper was
asked for a "shark story" ho sud
denly remembered ono. It was
too "fishy," howover, to bo swal
lowed without poi, so tho pencil
pushers decidod to keep it until
tho Captain found a "poi story."
From Hawaii and Maui, per
phnr Mauna Loa, Feb 10 David
Rice and wife, J Watorliouse, M
F Scott, A Cockbum, Robort
S.-rimgeour, II Hickoy, J Rice, J
Winter, J R Iligby, Lot Lane, J
Kr-anu, II R Hitchcock, David
Nahale, John Stephen, Masters
Searlo, Mrs Maxwell, Miss Mary
Wright, 1?. Wright, Makainai,
Mrs Makakoa, Chow Yuen, Kau
poan, William Hose and 80 deck.
From Vancouver and Victoiia,
per S S Warrimoo, Feb 17 Mr
and Mrs W Murray, G L Couit
noy, 1) Noouan, S A Moore, F J
Swadliug, (t P Edwards, Mrs FA
Smith and family, J M Boyd,
For Maui, por stmr Claudine,
Feb (J Kahului: Miss Turner,
E Dowsett, G P Wilder, MrR
Mary S Rose, M P Waiwaiolo, W
P Bojd and wife, M W Aluli, P
T Pliillips. liana: Hev J K
Iosopa, Mrs Kaiwi and child,
Goirgo Contoumauos, wifo and
child, llamoa: Mrs Van Val
kenburi an I child. Koanae: B
For Kauai,pi'retmr WG IIall,Fob
10-W Schiebor and wifo, Mi-ss II
Schiobor, A Droier, Mr liennie,
Miss Benuii, R Xagao, Aohong,
Miis L'zzie flood win, MiRS Annie
Kealoha, L M Votlsen, Dr Eiger,
Mrs Kahoolawo and 15 dock.
For Maui and Hawaii, per btmr
Nooau, Feb 10 -C F Lovatad and
wife, W G Grocher, Miss Lovstad
and M D Mousarrat.
For San FrnucUco, per bk Al
bert, Feb 17--J S Mnirhead.
For San FiunciRco, per bk R
P Rithet, Fob 17 W E Morton.
WnnscsDiY, Feb. 17.
Am sclir Jeilis Minor, Whitney, fioin
a 8 Warrimoo, AVblte. from Vancouver and
Wed.nkhday. Feu. 17.
Am bk Albert, (irllUtlu, lor San Francisco,
Am bk Allien Ileaiu, Hotter, (or San Fratl
diiOO Haw bk It P Ultliet, Thompson, for Siu
OAltdOES FROM ISLAND POHT8.
Ex stmr Mauna Loa 260J lmi;'sut;ar, L'Ul
baj;a colfee, 73 bags auu, Si belli bides, 'J!
I'or IK ut.
A 0-roomod cottage, stables
and servant's quarters, situate on
Wilder avenue. Largo grounds
well laid out and planted wilh
fruit and ornamontal trees; ono
full set of furnituio and cooking
stove can remain in tho houso if
wanted. Apply , to A. V. Gear,
210 King btreotr;
Portraits enlarged from small
photos uud iiruulriomoly framed
forSlOai King lirob.
Tho I'u til re or Mailing Nlilp.
Sailing-ship ownon hold on
most persovoringly, and though
thoro is so much on ovory hand
to discourage and evi to daunt
tliotn, thoy stand firm, and the
tnoio ,anguino of thun have net
hesitated lately to go in for new
t'limage. It has long beon an ar
ticle in thoir faith that as raihv iys
did not, and apparently never
will, ontiroly Hiiporscdo tmnsport
by bus, wagon, and camil boat,
an opouing will always remain
for stiling-ahips in competition
with steamors. Several yearnngo,
whon steamors soomed to bo cany
iiig nil beforo thotn, and sailors
woro boing driven right and
left out of ono trjdo after auothor,
a dovolopmont occurred which
gave "sail" a now lease of life.
"Wo will abandon the near ami
oompaiativoly short trades," bail
ing ship ownors said, "and croati
a largo and spocially economi
cal typo of vessel for tho long
voyage trades." Th.s wm citr
riod out, and tho four- master, or
fuur-postor as sho came to bo
called, mado hor nppivuv.nco.
Equipped with tho most modoin
appliances, thoso vessels wou
walked with such groat economy
that the berit-m.tnnged of tlium
tnuilo handsome roturns, nml this
give an impotus to "sail," which
it still iu some nioasurc retains.
Cnloutta and somo othor Indian
polls, S:tn Francisco (and tho
ports north of it), tiio West
Const of Smth America, and the
Colonies weie nt that time tho
sailing-ship strongholds, but gra
dually these woio red'iced till
San Francisco and its neighboring
ports became the solo locality iu
which "sail" hold undisputed
swny. List year, howovor, no
less than twenty largo onrgo
stoatnors mailu their appoaranco
in San Francisco to load for Eu
rope. Somo consider t'uvi this van
a mere Hash iu the pan, result
ing from quite oxception.il circum
stances. A your or two will clear
up this moot point. Elsewhere
.in the ptesont numbor a review
appears of the sailing-ship trade
in 1890; it i n prod'ic d from the
"Gi'-onnc't Ti leginph'and isfrwn
tho pen of un owner well qualifi d
to wrilo on tho subject. It will bo
'0 n that this writer almost goos
tho length of declaring that "sail"
has no future only a past. It
is to be hoped tluit he will bo
warranted in wrilicg rnthor more
ohoorf.illy next January. Fair
I'liy. Vl'HSEIid IN POUT.
H II M S Icarus. I'leU, Eaqulraalt.
U f 8 Alert, ilunford, San Kiauelco.
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
Am ecbr Hubert Letters, (iooduiau, New
castle. Am bktn George O PeiMiu, .Maaa.Newcastle,
Am iclir Jessie Minor, Wbltney, Eureka,
Hr bk Koutcubcck,' Koders, Liverpool,
lit lil Samantba, Crone, S V, Tcb l
Am b! Hi l'lunttr, Dow, Ne castle, Feb IX
Am bk 3 C Allen, Johnson, S F.
Am lilp K B lljdc, Scrlbiu-r, 3 F.
Am acbr Transit, JorKenson, 8 V.
Am bktn Inncurd. Schmidt, a F.
Am bktn Archer, Calhoun. B F.
llr bk Northbrook, Lawdon, llonirkom;.
(ier ship Marie llackfeld, Krusc, llrimeii.
Oer bk J C Ulade, Llvurpool.
Haw schr Honolulu, Thonae;el, Toconllla.
Am ship C F Sarsjcnt. Morse.Newcastlel'eb 1
Am ship .May Flint, Nickels, 8 F Feb IB.
FOUEION VFSSELS EXPECTED.
Vessels Whcrotrom Duo
8 8 Chlttaifoni: Portland, Feb 10
City ot Peking H F " !0
Mloweia Colonics 24
Belslc Yokohama " 2H
Ilk Seminole, Ncwbcastle Feb US
IlkCallao, Ncwcastlo Duo
Am bk Amy Turner,. .Nuw York .. . .Duo
NIc bk Dominion Newcastle Due
llktu Wrestler Newcastle Due
(Jer bk Paul Uenberi;... .Liverpool Duo
Am schr Aloha 8 F Duo
Ha bk Andrew Welch 8 F Duo
Ilk Faiitasl Newcastle Due
Schr Louis Newcastle
Ilk Newsboy Newcastle
8ehr Novelty .. ..Newcastle
Am ship Iteaper.,, Newcastle
lik Fortuua . . .Newcastle
Schr Uoldcn Shorn. ..Newcastle
Schr W H Talbot,. ..Newcastle
ScbrWm Hmwlcn., .. Newcastle
SclirEcho Newcastle :
Kvenimj Jlulletin 75c per month.
Tho Pennsylvania stato onpitol
at Harrisburg was dostroyed by
firo on tho 2nd inct. Tho legis
lative hallo are in ruins and a new
structure mtmt rut" from tho ashes
of the building that 1ms sorved as
a meoting place of tho slnto legis
lature sinco J822. The flumes,
within tho stiort space of ono
hour, ate .up ono million and a
half dollars' noith of property.
Tho iiioflicioticy of the Harris
burg volunteer fito dopaittneilt is
w m. .
1UO 110113ft was 111 BOSSinn and
the eenato was about to convonol
aftor a ft w tninntes' lec'PS. It
was about 1 o'clock when iho
llamea woie d.!coveicd. Smoke
could bo seen in small volumes
pouring out into the capitol
(jronn-u from Bovoral windows.
1"' ibnrs woro not mindful
of i1 '1 moat volutnos rolled I
by lie m lous. Instantly Mioroj
wns ii . i. it on to adjourn and all
w.is con-, inatioii. In the sonatol
the in miiors woro lolling about!
ii. .... , i
in r;i it v hh. xno puce upgaii
to Bun I' of rtinoke and uoon deep
cloinls of ninolco came down the
roar elevator shaft. Senator Grady,
oi x-iiuauiipiiia, quickly warned
tho sonators and there whh a
bustlo to remove efibcts. Firo
alurins weie sont in nnd thosenitto
became a mass of bowline men.
Dosks woio boinc iorked lonso
and carried out. The same work
was goiii;,' ou in the house chain-
hor. Out in the grounds gront
crowds quickly gnthorcd. Tho
ilamos uoro then shouting out of
tin rnnt nvnr tlin hi.nliiniinf m.
... .... . ., Bw,
uinnr s ciiamlier, wliero tbo fire
originated The fire dopirtmont
was a ow to arrive and thoso won
nhi'iit the capitol wore doing
their utmost to check the blaze.
It wis tisth'ss The fiie licked
up Hi ti littlo slioams of uator.
At last tho local coiuiun!os stu't
cd streams on the s-mito wing
roof, now a sheet of Hume Tho
water had hatdly foiow enough to
ronch the blaze. "
Superintendent of Public Build
ings Di-laney, who estimates the
lobs to bo W,500,000, siid: "I
will fight for the rebuilding on
tho colonial stylo. Wo will havo
n mooting of the building ooni
tnittoo as soon as. the houso and
sun ilo eommittoes can bo appoint
ed I don'i think it is possible
t t tko tho session away from
TIarrt-,1) irg, which city is n mud
iu the C'ltist'tntiuii as the pl..ce of
Tiieio is not much over $100,
000 ..iniirauco on the building and
contenlM, according to tho siate
ment of the treasury officials. Tho
lAirnod capitol wia bmlt c.irly in
the centuiv, but was ii.-vcMlbehns
leg.'irdod as omw of llio hund
FOinost piecOH of Ionic tirohittc
turo in tho country. Tho build
ing was- of red briok, with white
trimmings. It was surrounded
by u pmk of ion acres, and btood
on an ctninonco almost in the
centro of tho city. The main
structure was two and ono-half
stories high, surmuuntod by a
largo domo from which n fino
view of tho sun ounding country
could bo had. Tho onpitol's
dimensions were: Length 180 feet;
width 80 feet. The enrnor Rtone
was laid nn Majr ."1,1819, by Gov
Fitull.iy Tho building was iiuish
rd in 1821 and was tiiat ocoupied
by tiio genoral assembly ou Jdn.
Iiiloriniidoii lor TourlNlN.
A passenger by tho last Colonial
steamor was mot on tho dock by
a Milesiau American friend, who
resides in Honolulu. As tho pair
waited to havo tho newcomer's
gripsack scrawled over with chalk
marks by tho Customs Inspector
nt the gato tho stranger remarked
to his friend "Do you 'aye much
rnin 'ere?" Raikieh mo boy,
gallons of it, just come up to tho
Auchor Saloon whoro thoy keep
it always, clear and cool. We'll
just bo in time for lunch too nnd
that's tho only jilaco in town
where thoy servo it up in propor
stylo with n class of Rainieii
13i:nii to oquilibrinlizo the Bolids
Singers lead tho world. Over
13,000,000 mado and sold, nk'h-
est awards at tho World's Colum
bian Exposition for excellence of
construction, regularity ot motion,
ease of motion, croat speed, ad
justability, durability, ease of
learning ami convenience oi ar
rangomont. IJ. JJergersen, ngont,
1U& Uotiiol streots.
Steamers of tbn nbove Lino rnnning in connection with tho
GANADIA1ST PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, 13. O., and Sydney, N. S. W., and calling at Victoria, B. O.
Honolulu nnd Suva (Fiji),
-A-jRIE 3DTTE jJ3? KCOnSTOLTTT-iTT
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
From Bydnoy nml Sum, for Vlctnrln nml
VnnrotiTor. II. O.I
Rtmr I'MmWRltA" Pnl,.ol
u.. Vi-iniiTiVnnn vu...u.v
S : . ,i ISSSZZY.Y -'. ".""S i
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Bt.ur "WAIUUMOO" May 24stmrMIOV'EIIA '".' linv IB
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"'"" iiuiinim- rtiirn a
xjiroiin I'lcnuiH iHNiicii iroin iionoltiiti to Canada,
United States uud Europe.
FJIEIOIIT AND PAS3KN0KU AOENTSt
D. MoNiooll, Montreal. C-nnda.
Konr.RT K kbi:, Winnipeg, Canada.
M. M. Btkiim, Him Vtnneineo, Ual.
O. AIoIj. Ilnnws, Vnuronver, B. O.
ic SteamsbiD Co.
j& f joa
Australian Mail Ssrvice,
For San Francisco:
The Now and Fino Al Steel Steamship
" Zealandia "
0f "'o Oceanic Steamchip Company will
AUkd on oTaW Byil"ey nnd
.. . . ,
JMarcli 4-., 1897.
'And will loavo for tho abovo port with
Mails and 1'ngsengcrs on or about that
For Sydney and L ucklainl:
Tiio Now nml Pine Al Steo Steamship
Of tho Occnuio Steamship Company will
bf duo nt llouolulu from Snn Frnncicco
on or alxnit
March HI, 1807.
A ud will hnvo prompt deppntch with
.Muilti nnd Pat&engciB for tho nlxive ports.
Tho unilcreifnicd nro now prepared
Through Tlokots lo ,1I VointH
ill tllO United Stlltcs.
CSFor further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IJ1WIN & CO., L'd,
Oceanic StBamship Co.
LOG Al. X.INE
from 8. P.
March 2. 1897...
March 30, 181)7..
for S. F.
..March 10, 1S07
.. .April", 1897
From San Frnncitco
Alameda, Mo 11, '97
Mariposa, April 8, '97
From Sydney for
Zenlandlo. Mo 4, '97
Moana, April 1, '97
In Blocks to suit pur
chasers. Will deliver
after January 2, 1897.
E3? Inquire of
The Hawaiian Safo Doposit &
408 Fort Street
Situated on the South earner of
BereUuia and River street, 100 feet
ou eauh street; It will bo one of the
best locutions for busInenH wltbiu a
WILL BK SOLD CHEAP.
Cr" For further particulars, an.
ply to W. O. ACHI & CO.
5 ' "?" w" Mawh 16
Ktm. WAin?ITJrm)l .-.....
CSrForFrciKlitatutPiiBsnso and all
UCncrm i"'0''n. M'y to
THE0 H DAUIF9 A Pfl ! rl
,ncu' n" ulta Ct UU., Ld
I Ajrcnts for thoirnwoiiniriBlimds.
Mil's Steamship Co's
O. L. WIGHT, Pi;.. S. B. KOBE. Sec.
Will loavo nonolnln at 10 a. m., touching al
Lnhniua, llniilima Bay nnd Mhkenn the
miiuortay; Jlnhukonu, Knwftihaoand Lan
pnhoelioe tho following day, arriviuo at
Hilo tho somo ovcuing.
LIATK8 nOWOtOl.0. ABRIVX8 IIONOLDLU.
Tuesday Feb. 2.1
Titcsilnv Mar. 10
V Fob. ID
Friday... ..Mar 12
Friday Mar. 20
Ilotnrning, will leavo Hilo at 1 o'clock
r. m., touching nt Laupah 'ehoo, Mnhu
kona and Kawallma iw.i o day; Makena,
Mnalnen llay and Lnhuluu tht following
day; nrriviug nt Honolulu Iho afternoons
of 'Juemlny aud Frldaa.
" Will call nt Fohoiki, I'uun.
. Kif?"Nij Freight will bo rccciv
12 noon on day of railiug.
, Will leave noiioluln Tueday nt C r. m.
iiiuuiiiii; in milium i, nana, llamoa una
Kipuhnlu, Maui, ilctnrniug arrives at
, W'S ,
of eaoh month.
, on second trip
S3No l'jolglit Ubo rtierTTuttfter
r. M. on rtr.y of sailing.
This Company will reserves the right to
make ohangos in tho time of dopartnro nnd
anival of its steamors without notice nnd
it will not be rebioiiiblo for any conse
quences arising therefrom.
ivonsignpes must bo at tho Landings to
receho thtir Frtight; thib Comiuny will
not hold itself responsible for freight after
it has been landed.
Livo Stock only at owner's risk.
This Company will iii bo sponsible
for ilouoy or Vnhinbles of passengers
unless placed in the enre of I'mscrs.
I'.isReiigers are leqneitcd lo purchase
tickets before embarking. Tiioo failing to
do so will bo subject to au additional
ch.irgn of twenty-live r cent.
L. C. Abies k CD.
Olllce 210 King 8t,
general Business Agents
Loans Negotiated and Collections
Stocks Bought and Sold.
Hooks Audited nnd Accounts Adjusted.
Bills Bought and Nates
Fife and Life Inguifrnct; flgeqtg
Gold nnd Silvorwaro,
Crockory and lvorywuro,
Whito Grass Oloth, Mattings,
Wioknr and Steamer Chairs,
Cigars, Etc., Etc.,
WING WO TAI & CO.,
214 Nuuann Street, Honolulu.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
From Victoria nnil Vnncnuvnr, II. O.,
Sitn nml Hyilni
Dealers in Lumber nnd Coal
and Building Materials of nil
Queon Stroet, Honolulu,
A. V. GEAR.
Telephone S50, : i : : No. 810 King St.
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