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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 22, 1897.
NEWS OF THE DOCKS
KOTE.S Ol' INTEIIEST Nt.lTI'.n THIS
AW tinier OIT Iort-Ncli"oncr llrlns
Load o I Niililiur-8ome Other
Tho Noenu will leave tomorrow
at 10 n. m. for Luhaina.
Tho Waialoalo leaves at 4 today
for Kilauoa, Kalihiuai mid Haua
lei. H B M S lent its hoisted her
mud hooks and left port on Sat
Tho W G Hall is scheduled to
loave at 5 p. m. tomorrow on tho
regular Kauai route.
Tomorrow, high tido largo 0:55
p nijliigh tide small 7:40 a in; low
tido large 1:20 p m; low tido small
' y-.40 am.
Tho Kiunu is to lenvo on her
regular routo at 10 a. m. tomo rrou .
Mail and passengers only will be
taken for Laupahoelioe.
Tho U S S Alert is displaying
bunting today in honor of tho
birth day of tho iirst U S Presi
dent. Mauy of tho merchant fleet
are also flying flags.
Tho steamer Lohua came in yes
towluywitha loud of sweet stuff
and cattle. Slio leaves at 5 tonight
for Laupahoohoo, Ilakalatt, Hono
mu aud Pohakumanu.
Fellow son tho waterfront should
tako notice that this is George
Washington's birthday. IIo sot a
good example for tutjin. Ho nev
er told a lio nor attempted to "stuff"
The "palace" steamship Mokolii
nrrivod tit midnight Saturday. Be
sides a load of Olounlii sugar aud
sundries, she brought sovorul
litst-class passengers. l'uibor
Uioeu says a legular gttlo was
blowing dining tho trip.
Wo congratulate Captain Drew.
Tho Hawaiian hark Andrew
"Welch, of winch he i& tho good
master, made a splendid passage
of 1!3 days fiom San Francisco,
m riving late on Saturday. A full
general cat go aud 201 hogs aud 5
horses wero brought.
London, Feb 0 It is reported
that Armstrong fe Co. are about
, to tell to Spain, with the permis
Biou of tho Cliiloau Government,
tho two irou-clud warbliips now
under construction in Anubtioug's
yards upon tho order of Chile, and
which ate neatly completed.
A Jnpaueso woman was found
hung in tho hold of tho old schoon
er Kulurauuu near Sorousoi's
wharl this morning. A crowd of
se ei nl hundred pi-oplo, moil, wo
mm and childion, nearly all na
tives, Japanese and Chinese, soon
collected at tho icenoof tho trage
dy. Tho body was mnioved by
the police about 0 o'clock.
Loudon, Feb 5- The Chinese
Government recently requested
tho British Govornmout for a
Biitishtimal ollicer to assist in
tho reorganization of tho Chinese
navy, which was practically wiped
out of oxistonco by tho Japanese
duting tho recent war. Gieat
Britain has acceded to the request,
aud has selected for tho position
Commaudor Charles U. Duudas,
who is nt present attached to tho
This morning tho whaling bark
Andrew Hicks, Captain Shoroy,
arrived off port, 17 days out from
San Francisco. She called hero
for mail, being on her way to.tlio
Okhotsk Sea. No whales have
been caught so far. Captain
Shoroy is tho skipper who had
tho whaler Gayhend when an at
torn pf wbb mado to destroy her by
lire at this pott a fow years ago.
Tho boat crew that brought tho
captain ashore this morning was
n good looking" set of follows.
Thoy indulged in a drink of root
beor while waiting on tho "old
Tho three-masted Amorican
' eohoonor Fred E Sandor, A V
Carlson master, arrived from Ha
kodate, Japan, this morning, aftor
a Hinart passage of 28 days. Sho
brought 720 tons of sulphur for II
Ilnckfold tfc Co, which will bo dis
charged at Railroad wharf. Tho
first 15 days out very rough weath
er was had, but during tho last
part of tho vdyage strong trades
wafted the vessol along at a lively
rate Captaiu Carlson, who was
formerly mastHr of tho big four
masted schooner Governor Amos,
is accompanied by his wifo and
From San Francisco, per bk
Andrew Wnlcli, Fob 20 Edward
A Dalton, E W Balton, A Hay
ward, wifo and 2 children, A G
Hino, J F Gomss and E L Vie
rock and wife.
From Kauai, per stmr "W G
Hall, Feb 21 AugiiBtDreier, Miss
O Every, Mrs J H Conoy and 2
children, Mrs Kahlbaum, J Frias,
Doputy Sheriff J H Conoy, Pat
Cullou and 52 on deck. '
Fnmi Molokai, Maui and Lin ai,
Mnr nti.ii. MLr.).'! TV.!. Oft TU-
A aid aud wifo, Master William tiou aml Mr-Blnok of tUo Uol'
Moyer, Master Rudolph Moyor lulu Iron Works.
ana z deck passengors.
From Maui, per stmr Claudino,
Fob 21-Mrs W It Sims and fami
ly, Mrs Mary Roso, O E Mooro,
Tlioo Wolff, Cnpt Johnson, K
Niolsou, Filomiua Jesus, Hai Sun,
E Wilhelm aud 2 children, Mrs
W E Maikai, O B Reynolds and
SI dock passengors.
For China and Japan, per P M
S S City of Poking, Fob 20-Jos
A Wilder, S E Laidloy and -T A
SATL'Ktur, Feb. 20.
Haw l)k Andrew Wilcli, Drew, from Sun
Stmr Knual, llrulin, from Kauai iort.
Stmr KanU, Moslicr, from Oaliu ports.
Stinr.Mokolll, NeiNon, fiomMolokal,Maul,
Stmr J A Cummin, Senile, from OiIiii
St Mm. Fell. 31.
Stmr Lelnn, KM.ri.lt, from Hawaii.
Stmr Claiulliic. Cameion, from ports mi
Stmr W (1 Hull, lla'huiil, from ports on
MoNiur, Fcti. 'ii.
Am sclir Tred K Saiukr, Carlson, from Ha
kodate. Am wlilc bk Amlriw Hlcl.s, Shore), from
Satwiiiiy, Feb, 20.
1 S S Cltj of IVMnc, bmltb, for Japan anil
II II .MS Iiartis Fleet, for South America.
Stmr Mlknli ila, Thompson, for N'awlllnlll.
Stmr Keauhou, Tboinpron, for Onhu ports.
Stmr lualaul, Oratory, for Lahaltu, Hono
kaa mid Knkulliaile.
Stmr J A Cummin, Senrlc, for Oahu
VESSELS TiEAVINO TOMORIIOW.
Stmr Klnau, Clutke, for Maul and Hn
wull Stmr Clnudlnc. Cuinirnn, for Maul.
Sliir (. Hull. Ilaulimd. for NaulUwIll,
HiiimnaKlii. Kolon. Eleele, Haimpepe, Makn
ell, Wulmeu and Ktkalu.
Stmr Nouiu, I'ctircon, for Eaualni.
OAIIOOES FUOM INLAND POUTS.
E i.tmr Cliudlie "flO'l bax siiK'ir. S.'S
ba-t p itatoe. "In Ii in i-oni Wi Iliad lalth', 1
hone, il lio. (in pk); tiind.
Ex lmr LUiua Kill tiifft sugar, 83 In. id
t ittle, II pk;,
Ev stmr J A Cummins K(W hum suar.
'. sluir Ioknlllj() ini su,jar, !! bend
i ittle, 7 uillLsnud siind pkgs
i'.x stmr KuiiU III 15 bigs ui;nr.
Kx stmr W (1 llall-fill'J biu's uRr. -10 bs
rltu, IS km logs, Io bills blilci, -10 N' siind,
Ex stmr Kauai Oil)") bis siinr.
VKSSFI.o IN pour.
U S 3 Alert, Hanford, San Francisco.
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
Am eclir Hubert Luucrs, Uoodmau, New
castle. Am bktn (leorgo O Perkins, Maas.Nen castle,
Am sehr Jessie Mluor, Whitney, Eurika,
Dr bk Itoutenbcck, Kodtrs, Uurpool,
llrkhlpSainantha, Crone, S F, Feb IS.
Am bktn Planter, Dow, Neweastle-, Feb Vi.
Aratilc S C Allen, Johnson, S F.
Am selir Transit, Joruensou, S K.
Am bktn IruiKiird. Schmidt, S F.
Am bktn Archer, Calhoun, S F.
llr bk Koithbronk, l.uwdon, HonEkom;.
Ucrshlp Marie Hackfuld, Kruse, llrcmtn.
Uer bk .1 O Ulade, Liverpool.
Haw schr Honolulu, llioiiael, Tocopllla.
Am ship C F Snreut, Morse,NcucastleFeb 1
Am ship May Flint. NIekels, S F Feb 1!J.
Am schr Aloha, Dubel, S F, Feb l'J.
Ilk Callao, Koster. Newcastle, Feb 18.
Haw bk Andrew Weleh, Drew, S F, Feb SO.
Am schr Fred R Sander, Carlson, Hakodate,
F01li:iON VFBSKI.S EXPECTED.
Vessels Where trora Uuo
3S (JlilttiiKonir,. ..Portland, Feb 10
Mlimera Colonies..., ' 81
Hcljjle Yokohama r-." !0
Ilk riimlnnle ..Newneantlu ,,1'vb S1)
Am hk Amy lnrm.r,..Ni; ork Due-
NIc bk Domlulou, ....Noweustle Due
Itktn Wreatler ..,.,, .Newcastle Due
(Icr bk Paul Iscnbirc: ..hivupool Dim
in. rauiasi .eneauu
Sehr Louis ... . .'Nentasllo
Hk Newsboy. . Neucustle
Schr Novell) Ncwiastlu
Am shlpltcaper. ..Nuyi;iitlo
Ilk Fortuna .Neneastlij
Hehr Golden Hliorv. ...Sencastlo...
chr W II I'lillmt, . Nimtistle ..
Sely Wm llowden.. . Nevtonstlu,
Schr Echo Newcastle,.,.
rjtUDDINP 1WTDI f TAMMF
oiiiijriiiu in ALiiitjJiuiJiiUJj
iia(ji:y ci.tiit Mi:iirAi.m:M-.
Aiimlicr Siicrm.fnl I'rournni 1 111
clciillj- 1'nrrlrtl Out.
Tho musical and elocutionary
entertainment given by tho mem
bers of tho Hngoy sooial club, at
the Institute parlors on Saturday
evening laBt, was vory successful
in every way. Ovor 120 people
wero present, prominent among
visitors boiug Hon. Alex. Young,
Hon. J. A. Magoon, Mr. Goo.
Woight, manager of Kahuku plau-
The meeting was called to order
by president Geo. Harrison, vico-
I presidont Mehrton assisting. Mr.
Harrison mado a fow remarks re
lativo to tho dbndition of tho or
ganization and wolcamed tho visi
tors and membors.
Prof. YarndloyaJulMostor AVm.
Hall rendered a violin duet in a
vory excellent manner. Mr. John
eon gave a performance on tho
ban jo,Frank Wilburlou sang a solo
and Prof. Yarudloy played a beau
.tiful solo on tho violin. Tho Profes
sor's abilities are too well-known to
need comment. Remarks wore
mado by Horaco Wright, Geo.
Harrison, R. S. Scrimgcour, Prof.
EdwardB,Frauk Motcalf aud John
Sholdou; and by Messrs. Young,
Magoon and Wiight. Mr. Young
said that ho was agreeably
surprised at tho excollout condi
tion of tho, social club's affairs,
the appearance and enthusiasm of
its members, and that ho believed
moie firmly than ever that lurger
and more commodious ejuartcrs
were needed, no behoved that tho
Instituto should have a building
of its owu aud that the sarao
would bo secured in tho uear
future Ho gavo a very apt illus
tration of the boueli8 of the
Htigey treatment in tho foim of
an anecdote; a laborer was re
turning fiom work in tho hay
Held, bearing in his hand a pitch
fork, when ho was attacked by u
vicious dog. Ho defended him
self by ramming tho tines of the
implement through tho animal
immediately placing it iiors du
combat. Tho owner of the beost
appeared and began to expostulate
sayiug that ho believed tho man
should havo used tho other end
of tho pitchfork and thus havo
driven the dog away without kill
ing it. "Ah," said the man, "so 1
would havo done if he had como
at mo in that manner, but as it
was his sharp end which I was
forced to fight I concluded it 10
quired a sharp weapon."
Tho comparison was obvious.
Many psoplo are continually tally
ing of lidding themselves of the
(iuor habit by simply quitting,
but they uevor do so. Tho will
power which they proposed exert
ing may ward off tho evil effects
for tho tiino but it is not sufficient.
Tho llttgoy tteatiuont is the sharp
weapon which effectually winds
up tho career of tho whiskey dog.
Mr. Young concluded his lemaiks
by sayiug that tho members might
be iiBStired of a building, a
statement which was received with
much applause by tho members
and their friends. Mr. Cowan
then roso aud stated that that was
tho bebt news ho had received
since ho had boon in Honolulu.
It had boon intimated by a fow
that as soon as tho piomotors had
obtained all tho mo'uoy which
thoy could draw from the people
hero thoy would leave tho Islands
with it; that that was their only
object. Ho desired to state that
ho and Mr. Kirkpatiick woro
willing aud anxious to place every
dollar which thoy had received
hero into tho Honolulu Institute
and that he now made the offer to
lot Honolulu peoplo purohaso a
controlling interest in tho busi
ness, the money recoivod from
tho sale of said iuterost to bo
plaoed in tho bank here to bo
used in tho orection of a Hagey
Instituto buildiug, tho building to
bo of brick or stone and to cost at
least double tho amount of
Messrs. Cowart and Kirk
patriok's contribution. If it cost
more than twice tho sum then tho
controlling interest in tho build
ing also would bo in tho hauda of
J. A. Magoon endorsed Mr.
Young's and Mr. Cowuut's state
ments and expressed his emphatic
iutorcst iu the proposition.
Mr. Geo. "Woioht said that ho
was oxttomoly well pleased with
whut ho had seon, that ho believed
tho Hagey troatmont to bo a grand
thing aud wished the Instituto
and club the utmost success in
every way. Mr. islaok made
fow remarks in tho sam6 tenor.
Tho Presidont appointed a
committeo of thiee, Frank Wil
burton, Allan Scrimgeour and
J. T. Stewart, to arrango a pro
gram for noxt Saturday night.
WANTS A WIFK.
Mnil III l'ottlnml I.iiiiIci Fur to Sa for
Tho following lettor wos receiv
ed in tho Peking's mail Saturday
by a prominent man of Honolulu.
It oxplaine itself bettor unodited
than otherwise. Tho Bulletin's
matrimonial editor, howovor, offers
tl)e comment, that, if wives are so
scarce iu America, it is about timo
that Hawaii wbb united to tho
greatest republic on earth. This
is tho distressed swain's epistle:
Deaii Sin, you will no doubt
bo surprised to hear from me and
also tho delicato subject I am
plunging into novertholoss hero
goes I .Iu wifo and only mado
up nij ii n.l since I saw you at
Mr. lriln -mi's that night where
you miiV ttio remark the noxt
mom that ,f I wauted a woman
to lot yoa know I never thaught
of it tuiiil! recently, in the 1st
place 1 en ii give a wootnan a good
homo cm furnish Refferences
First Class so if you know of a
woman under 30 years old that
cau cook and keep house ,and
would be satisfied with a good
living iu this country let mo
know she must havo good char
acter bo fairly educated and
nmerican Born-bofoie comeiug
down my self I would exchange
photographs I do not want a largo
women say not less than 1201b.
nor moro than 110 wauld profer
dark complected Financially she
need not have a penny bo fur as I
am concerned so she has a good
Reputation and is not to high
tempered now amongst your
aquaintences and iu tho business
you aro iu look mo up one and I
will inks u good policy and 'Gimd
you a dozen spring chickens and a
case of eggs do uot under any cir
cuniBtauccB give my inline to tho
public as 1 am well known in
hoping but not expecting to
hear from you I 'am yours tiuly.
a- -Jis v-a wi v A
Frj i '(1n
Robinson Block, Hotel Street,
Look at Our Bargain List
Fine Straw Hats, 25c. up.
Crope Pajamas, 1 a suit.
Colored Bosom Shirts, G5c.
Ladies Kimonos, $L up.
Gents Sox, pairs for 25c.
Paper Napkins, 30c. a 100.
Ladies Leather Purses, 25c.
Silk Embroidered Pillow
Covers, 75c. a piece.
HolihiHon Block, Hotel Street.
Book and Job Printer
Morcriant Street, Honolulu, H. I.
Over Hawaiian News Company's
r-.i 'iia m
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Steamers of tho above Lino running in connection with tho
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Between Vancouver, B. O., and Sydney, N. B. W., and calling at Victoria, B. 0
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Oh or about the dates below Btated, viz.:
From Sydney ami Burn, for Victoria anil
Vancouver. It. O.t
8ttur ' 'SHOWER A" February 24
Stmr "WAIUtlMOO" March 24
Stnir"MIOWEKA" April 24
Btrar "WAKMSIOO" May 24
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to .Cniuula,
Unite! States mid Ihirope.
FHKiailT AMD rABSF.NdKlt AOENTS!
D. MoNicon, Montrenl, Cnnndu.
ItonnnT Kriiii, Winnipeg, Canada.
M. M. STr.iiN, Snu Francisco, (Jnl.
G. JIoIj. Br.owx, Vancouver, B. O.
For San Francisco:
The Now and Fiuo Al Steel Stcamnhip
" Zealandla y
Of the Occonio Stenrasliip Company will
bo duo r.t Honolulu from Sydney and
Atioklaud 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 Fino Al Steo Stearaahip
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo due at Honolulu from Snu Francisco
on or about
March. 1 a, 3897.
And will havo prompt despatch with
Mnils and Passengers for the above ports.
Tho undorsigned are now prepared
ThroiiKli Tickets to All Points
In tho United States.
CSTFor further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN &C0., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. T.
for 8. F.
Mnrou.2. 1897 Match 10, 1807
March 20, 1897 April 7, 1697
From Snn Fnmoisco tom Sydney for
for Sydney. Snu Francisco.
Arrive Honolulu. Ltate Honolulu.
Alatnodn, Mo 11, "97 I Zealnudia, Mo 4, '97
Mariposa, April 8, '97 Monnn, April 1, '97
The fnsjilonuble hatters
Imagine that tho .
label Iu the crowu
does the talking.
Our experionee proves
that it talks Two Dollars. '
If you are buylng.liats
and not labels, we have 1
all the swell fotms'froin
M ) i
Two Dollars and upwards
rn v J
9 Hotel Street
CHAS. HUSTACE, Jn.,
Real Estate and Commission Agent.
Stock Broker. Tire and Lifo In
Campbell Block, 20 Merchant Sheet.
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i Oceanic Steamlg Co.
From Victoria and VancntiTfr, It. 0 to
Sum ami Sxlneyi
Stmr "WAltniMOO" Febmnry 16
Stmr "MIOWEHA" March 16
Stmr "MIOWEHA" May 16
EST For FreiRht nud PnEsngo and all
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agonts for the Hawaiian Islands.
o. l. wianr, rrcs. s. n. hose, Boo.
Cnpt. J. A. KINO, PortSupU
Will leave nonolnlu at 10 a. m., tonohing at
Ltibiiina, Muulueu Hay and Makcnu tho
sftino day; Mnhnkonn. Kawaihao and Lan
nalioelioo tho following duy, arriving at
Hilo the same evening,
LAVK8 UOKOLOtU. ABRIVKS-UONOLCLn.
Tuosday l'ob. 23 I TuosciayTTr-Mar. 2
Fridny Mnr. 6 Frldny.. . . .Mar 12
Tuesday Mnr. 10 Tuesday. . .Mar. 23
Friday Mar. 20 Friday. ....'. April 2
llctnrulng, will leave Hilo at 1 o'clock
l". M., touching at Lnupnhochoe, Mahu
kona aud Kawaihao same day; Makena,
day: arriving nt Honolulu the afternoons
of lucsday aud Fridns.
Will call nt Poholki, Puna.
2syo Tjeiht will bo rocciod aitor
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will lcavo Honolulu Tuesday nt 5 p. m.)
touching nt Knlmlui, liana, llauioannd
Klpnhulu, Jlnui. Itctuming arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call nt Nuu, Kaupo, on second trip
of each month.
SF"No Freight will be received after
r. m. on (lay of sailing.
Tlita rV.mr.A.1. tll .Ajaa.. II. .. -I..1.1 1-
. make changes iu the time of departure and
iiinvui ui iih BiuuuiurH wiiuoui notice ana
it will not bo lcspoubiblo for any conse
quences arising therofrom.
Consignees must be nt the Landings to
receive their Tn-iuhtj this Company will
not hold Ileelf responsible frtr freight niter
it has boon landod. '
Live Stock only nt owner's riBk.
This Compnny will not be te,ponsible
for Money or" Vnlnables of passengers
unless placed in the enro of Pursers.
Passengers nre requested to purchase
tickets before emlmrking. Those Uiling to
do so will bo subject to an additional
charge of twenty-live kt cent.
Golil and Silverware,
Crocltory and lvorywuie,
Wliito Gruss Olotli, Matting?,
Wicker anil Stoamer Olinira,
Cigars, Etc., Etc.,
214 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu.
A. V. GEAR.
Telephone 258, : t : : No. 210 Klnc Bt.
The . . .
Cor. Alakoa & Hnlekauwila Sts.
Has-a largo assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hand.
Estimates given for hou.Bo.wir
Ing and Electrical plants. "'
Marino Wiring a specialty.
Jivenimj Bulletin 76c -per month.
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