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S 8 GHITTAGOKG INWARD
KTKAMt'.lt KIXAtt lt t'AIITIMt
SUM AND HAWAII.
Bnrk J CUInitf- l.nad nt Kulntlltl-
lurlc Nkliprrti Un ririitrluir
Aluiit; 1ti Uiicki.
Tho British bark Northbrook is
to snil for Puget Sound tomorrow.
S 8 Cbittngong in expected to
sail nt noon tomorrow for Japan
Tho winding Imrk Andrew Hicks
continued lior voyngo to tho Ok
hotsk Sen yestordny.
Every trnus-Atlnntic trip of the
larger of the or-oau liucrs coats
from $15,000 to 820,000.
The Archer moved to rnilrond
whnrf to lond Ewn sugar. She
will bo rendy for eon iu n dny or
Thobnik Cnllno hns inovpil to
Fort street whnrf from tho Btrcnni
to unload hor cargo of NowcaBtle
Tho Wilder steamer Kiunu got
off on tiino this morning. She
had quite a list of volcano pas
sengers. Tomorrow, high tide lnrgo 11:14
pmjhigh tide smnll 9:10 am; low
tido largo 2:0 p m; low lido smnll
5:5 a m.
Tho schooner Robert Lowors is
oxpected to begin loading sugnr
for Snn Frnncisco for H Hnokfold
& Co next week.
Snila were bent on tho Geruian
bnrk J C Glade today. She will
go to Kahnluf to liuiqh loading
for Now York. Slio hns nbout
1,000 tons of sugar ubonrd now.
The steamer Kauni will go on
the ways for n cleaning nud pniut
ing this afternoon or tomorrow.
Tho bnik.-mtiiifi G.o. V. Perkins
and tho schooner Transit may bo
hauled before loaving this port.
Captains of foreign vessels in
poit lire lmviug n picnic at Waiki
l;i today. Somo of the skippeis
are accompanied by their wivej
and fiirailies with bnskots full )f
good thing to tat. Quite a jolly
A Snn Francisco compnny pur
phased tho whnlingschoouer Jane
Gray and will boii;', hor to Alaska
on an ottr hunting expedition.
Captain N. Ilogdson will take hor
to either Sand Point or Sitka and
there ship an Indian crow, after
which a cruise ns far north as
Copper Island will bo iu order.
Bert Peterson and another
young man enme near taking an
involuntary trip to tho other inl
ands. Tho twain hnd gone
nbonrd the bteamer Kinau to voa
somo friouds, but forgot to go
ushovo again until the gang plank
vtB down. Thoy wauaged to
roach Jorra Jirma, though it wus a
u arrow escnpo.
At an early hour this morning
tho S S Chittagoag was frighted
oft port. She tied up later at
Pacific Hail drck. Captain Cur
field is commander of tho Hliip,
and Mr Murphy, formerly mute
Qf Uie iiriiisn bnrk Velocity, is
chief officer. The run from Vic
toria was mode in about 1!J days
Tho first part of tho voyage W S
W and N W winds with heavy
sens wero had till tho N E trndes
were struck, which contiuued to
port. There wero no passengers;
but about GOO tons of freight wero
brought for Houolulu, and a
largo amount iu transit. Tho
Chitmgoug had n lit to port,
some of the freight having shift
ed during bad weather.
IV SSENOEIta DEPAIITEI).
For Hawaii, por stmr Iwalnui,
Feb 22 Mr Himo and R Cnttou.
For Maui nnd Hawaii, por stmr
Kinau, Feb 23-Volcano: G R
Thome, A E Kaoser, W Robbins,
Miss Thome, Miss Dounelloy, T
B Worrin, G S Worrin, Professor
nnd Mrs Wiobor, Mr Maxwell,
George T Mayors nnd wife, MiBS
Goldstoin. Hilo nnd way ports:
Mrs Liko, Mrs Nawahi, J" F
Brown, W D Lowell, Miss Onhill,
O Knisor, C Von Hnmm, Mr Sio
bort, W G Reed, 0 S "Weight, J
AV Mason, E E Potter, DrSung
Tuo Yung, G P Lord nnd wife,
Mrs Cleveland nud dniightor, O D
Pringlo nnd wife, E N Hitchcock,
Capt Ross, O L Wight.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
nnd Nuuunn streets, lodging by
day, week oi month. Torino: 26
nnd ou conts por night, sh, anrl
81.25 por week.
BSiSc5reTVil will piWdheir nAenrj
Tcesdat, Feb. 23.
8 8 ClitUauniij;, Oorficld. from 1'ortUnd,
AHorla nnd Vluorli.
Mondat, Feb. 22.
Am itIiIc bk Andrew lllck, Sliorey, for
Stmr Wulalcnle, 1'nrkcr, for Kltauea, Ka
llblual and Ilauilcl.
Stmr Mokolll, N'cllson, (or Moloknl, Maul,
Stmr ilebua, Everett, for Hawaii.
Stmr Kinau, Cluike, for Maul and Ha
waii. Stmr Nocau, fcteKon, for Labalna.
VESSELS LEAVINQ TOMOMtOW.
S S ChltlniOiiL', Corfleld, for Janan and
Br bk Northbrook. Fletcbcr, for 1'iiKCt
VKSBKI.J IN POUT.
U S S Alerl, Hnnfoid, Son Fraiulsco.
(Coaatcrt not Included hi this Hit.)
Am aclir Hobcrt Letters, Goodman, New
castle. Am bktn (ieorgc C l'crklns, Maas.Ncwcattle,
Am schr .Tculo Minor, Whitney, Eureka.
Ur bk Itouteiibeek, Rodirers, Liverpool,
Feb 7. '
Am febr Fred E Sander, Carlson, Hakodate,
llr ahijj Samantlia, Crowe, S F, Feb II.
Am bktu Planter, Dow, Newcastle. Feb 13.
Am bk S C Allen, JulitHon, S F.
Am stbr Trault, Jowliisoii, S F.
Am bkln Irmgurd. tfclimiat, 3 F.
Am bktn ArJher, Calhoun. S F.
llr bk Kortbbiook, I.audnti, HomjKoiii?.
tier stilp Marie Hackfeld, Krusc, firemen.
Cler bl. J C (ilade, Llvcipool.
Haw eclir Honolulu, Tuosagcl. 'rocopllls.
Am nlilp C F Sal-sent, Mowe.NcwcastleFeb 1
Am ship Miy Flint, NlekeK S F Feb la.
Am selir Aloba, Dibcl, S F, Feb l'J.
It!. Callao, Koster, N'ewcastlc, Feb 18.
Haw bk Andrew Wclcb, Drew, 8 F, Feb 20.
FOllEIQN VP9SKI.S EXPECTED.
Ambk Matilda, l't lllakely,
bobr Allen A. New Wliatcoui
Am bktn a X Castle, S F
Ambk Mltflilaml L,l!it, Departure llaj,
SSAmtulh bl' Mareli 3
S8 .cal.mdi.i Sydney Marc.li 4
SSlVru, . Vokobama, Mareli 7
SSClilna 8F Maieb II
3S Alaminli SF ..Morili 11
hS Mliwrra, .Vaucumrr .March Id J
-ui-iKie hi- .March an
S S Ulj vf Id" de Janeiro, Yokohama, Mar 23
S3 Vurr!uioo,....5ydmy, March 21
Mlowera Colonies " 21
Belgie Yokohama " 20
Ilk 'emlnole,... N'onocaitle . ..Feb','8
Am bk Amj 'rmner,,.New York Due
Xlc bk Dominion, .... Newcastle Due
llktn Wiif tier Ncwcjntlii Due
Oer bk Paul ltenberi;... .Liverpool Due
Ilk Fontasl Newcatlu Duo
Schr Louis XuwiaAtlo
H'i Xe iboy Xeweatle
Schr No wit) owcisIIh
Ilk I'oriunn Nuvwastle
Sehr fiolden Mioru. ,.N'eueatla
SehrW'll rallt.it,, ..Xertrc.i.tlo
Scbr Win llowdcu.. ..XeHcaslle
Schr Echo New eautle
nUEDE, JU-In Ibis elty, February 19, lb'J7
to the lie of Win Urede, Jr. a son.
ROODA1.R In thl city. Feb Si, Warren
(ooil tie, a native of )larlboioue;h, Maj,
Superior breakfast sausage is a
specialty nt the Coutral Mnrkot.
Ring up 101.
Dr. O. B. High, dentist, grn
dunto Philadelphia Dontnl Col
lege, 1892. Mnsonio Temple.
King Bros, lmvo just filled nn
order for 200 colored Hnwniian
photos for a party in America.
Kroegor Pianos,sweoto8t in tone,
Jas.W. Bergstrom, solo agent, cash
or installments. Warorooms at
G. "West's, Masonic Temple. Of
fice at Thrum's Book Storo.
iug'nnd repairing. jfcS
Singers load- tho world. Ovor
13,000,000 mnd. nnd sold. High
est nwnrds nt tho World's Colum
bian Exposition for oxcollonco of
construction, regularity of motion,
ease of niotton, great speed, ad
justability, durability, enso of
learning and convenience of ar-
rrangomnnt. B. Borgorecn, agent,
10i Uotitol etreols, "
teddy ham: -fi:ati:i.
1'nmoim t'JTllt Lnnri. by TmiiI.v
I'ret In a lOO-ltllto llncc.
Clovoland, Ohio, Fob. 0. Louis
Gitnm, the Clovoland long dis
tance b'cyclo racer, defeated Toddy
Halo, thu Iiifli champion, in a
100 mile raco at Contial Armory
to-night. For ninoty-oight miles
the riders jockeyed" lo lire oich
other and tnon lot loose. Gimm
took tho load, and although Halo
managed to get abraast several
timos, ho was onoh time forced to
give wuy. In tho last two lnps
Ginim incrennod his lend n little,
finishing twenty feet or bo nhead
The oflioial timo was i hours
nnd CG seconds. Tho last ciiio
wbb nindo in 2:L9. Tin's was con
sidered n romnrkablo feat, consi
dering the traok boing fifteon laps
to tho milo. The race w.m undr
L. A. W. aupnicoH for $250 u sido
and n percentage of tho gato re
ceipts. Surinifsed Mivnl .Speed IIi'Corit.
Wasiiinqtox, D. C, Feb. 10.
Torpedo-boat Xo. G surpassed all
speed records in tho American
navy today on her official trial
near Mayport. Commodore Dewey,
chninnan of the trial board, telo
graphed tho Nnvy Department ns
lollowu: "Made voty satisfactory
speed trial. Five runs ovor
twolvo mile course gnvo npproxi
mntc speed 2SJ knots."
Ilrltisti Conquest In Atrlcu.
London, Eng., Feb. 10. In
formation hns been received hero
that tho British Nigor expedition
hns enptured tho town of Bidn,
tho capital of tho Foulah tribo.
HOW TO CURE SEASICKNESS.
rill Unploaant Frature of an Ocvau Voj.
BCo Obviated by llrotttldo.
Tlio new American remedy is oallnt
"broniicUzation." This is u condition,
not a tlicory. Bromiilization must lw
begun MJTcriil days bolero bailing, con
tinued rcvci nl days after, nud toiuotimoa
through tho voyage. Iu this caso it do
lies both wind nnd weatlicr.
15 ion lido of sodium is preferred for
tlio liuriMipcj to bromide of potitssluui,
becnuM of tho sodium being milder nud
more ticcrptnblo to tho stomach. A icli
ablo physician, who has used tho bro
mides extensively in his practico for
yenw, averts that tho quantity nccos
faiy to want ell uu attack of seasickness
is not in tho least hiumftil.
Fow adults will experience tlio sHrdit
tst incouvenienco from u HO grain doso
cf tho bromido of sodium three times u
Tlio yinptoms of broinidization, when
talaut in sufllcient quantities to picvent
sCusickucts, mo a slight drowsinefs uud
a heaviucss of tlio limbs. Tho drowsy
fceliug quickly wears oft when tho mind
becomes interested, aud tlio languor of
tho limbs is moroly a slight sensution of
stiffness if tho patient should tiso ab
ruptly fiom a sitting to a standing posi
tion. It is pleasant to know also that
this bromidization docs not interfere
with tho subject's iclish for food.
ScnhickucBS docs not como primarily
'from tho stninucb. Tho nausea and
vomiting aro dependent npon a fnno
tio'.ml dihtur bunco of tho central nervous
system, nnd upon this theory id based
tho uso of tho bromides. Any method
that will servo to obtuud tho scnsorlum.
render it anu'.sthetio and unsusceptible
to slight molecular changes, is a rational
mothod for preventing seasickness. If
tho bromido of sodium is taken regularly,
iu timo and in proper proportions, in
nearly overy instanco tho voyager will
bo exempt fiom sickness, but tho pros
pective voyager should by all means
consult a physician as to the proportion!
to bo token iu his or her individual case.
"Here," said tho person who was fa
miliar with teud6nciei, "I would mako
a suggestion. You havo your character
fall into a brown study. Brown is such
a common color and so trying for tho
oidiuary complexion, don't you know. "
"You havo been living too high,"
said tlio physlciun. "You'll havo to
"I reali'.o that," was tho roply.
"That's why I sent for you. Now I
won't Ito ablo to alfoid it." Washing
FEBRUARY 23, 1897.
Valuable Business Property ou
Nuuauu street, bringing n good
Sovornl Lota near Punchbowl
nud nt Mnkiki, tho Choicest Resi
dence Property iu tho city. A
i iifiet view from Diamond Head
to i; i., Honolulu and Harbor.
Four Houses and Lots ou Punch
bowl street, only fivo minutes
walk from tho Post Office.
We also have Cotnfortublo
Houses for sale on easy torms si
tuated on tho following streets;
Lunalilo, Kinau, Kukui, Has
singer, Ilnrotaniiv, Young, Vic
toria, Greet, Thurston Avonue,
I'unahou, Liliha and Nuuanu.
Building Lots in all pails of tho
city on tho instalment plan.
Sovornl well established Lodg
Coft'ob Lands on Hawaii nnd a
Piuunpplo Ranch with limo and
iither-fruit trees no ir Honolulu.
210 King Street and 207 Mer
L. C. AWES k CO.
A.V. Gear & Co.
general Business Agents
Loans Negotiated aud Collections
Stooks Bought and Sold.
Books Audited and Accounts Adjusted.
Bills Baught and Notes
Fife and Life Insurance Ageqt
rITor Salo !
Small Bonahe Cocoanuta ready
for truiiHiihintliig. Apply to
0-lm W. E. KOWELTi.
Steamers of the above Lino running in connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, B. O., nnd Sydney, N. H. W.. nnd calling at Viotorin, B. a
Honolulu and Buvu (Fiji),
AEE 3DTJE -JI" nonsroijTTijxr
On or about tho dntea below stated, viz.:
From Sydney nnd Burn, for Victoria and
Vanrniivor. It, C.I
Stmr "MIOWEItA" February 24
Stmr "WA1U1IMOO" Mnrch24
Btmr "MIOWEItA' April 24
Btmr "WAlMIltOO" May 24
Through Tickets issued from Ilonolulu to Ciuuuln,
United Stiitos mul Kurojte.
ritEIOlIT AMD rASSKNOEll AOE.VT8:
D. MoNicoll, Montreni, Canada.
RomutT Knuit, Winuipeg, Canndo.
M. M. Stkiin, Sun Francisco, Cal.
O. WoIj. Biiovtn, Vancouver, B. O.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
The New nnd Fino Al Steel Steamship
" Zealandia "
Of the Oceauio Steamship Compnny will
be due nt Honolulu from Sydney and
Auckland on or nbout
March -A, 1897.
And will leave for tho above port with
Miiils and Passengers on or nbout that
For Sydney and Auckland:
The New nnd Fino Al Steo Steamship
Of the Ocennio Stennishin Comnanv will
be due at Ilonolulu from San Francisco i
on or about
March 11, 1897,
despatch" with '
tho abovo ports. 1
And will havo nromnt
Moils and Passengers for tho
The undersigned are now prepared
'fill TlclfCtS to All I'oilltS
,. ,, ., , .,, ,
I tllO L III tC(l States.
C3For further pnrtienlnts regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
March 2, 1897 Moicli 10, 1307
Jlaich 30, 1807 April 7, 1897
From Ban Francisco
From Sydney for
Alameda, Ho 11, '07 I Zealandia, Mc4, '97
Mnriposa, April 8, '97 Monua, April 1, '07
Book and Job Printer
Merchant Street, Honolulu, H. I.
Ovor Hawaiian Nows Company's
HAVING ESTABLISHED A MODUItN
plant for hulling, polishing and assorting
coffeo, we aro prepared to buy and .clean
coffee in the parchment.
MODERATE CHARGE MADE TOR CLEANING
H, HACKFELD & CO,
Situated on a Beautiful Uiltside Overlook
tug tho Ocean, and 1300 feet
above Baa Level,
Only 24 hours' sail from lTonolulu,
Climate mild, clour dry atmosphere, free
from foes and malaria, especial provision
for quiet and rrst as veil as for amuse
ment and outdoor life. Hates $2 per day
or $10 por week. Medical attendauco extra,
Dlt. II. A. LINDLUY, Prop.,
325tf Kona, Hawaii.
Oceanic Steamsliip Co
. From Victoria and Vancouver, II. C., to
Hua nnd Kvdncyi
Btmr "WAUIUMOO" February 10
Btmr "1UOWEKA" Mnrch 16
aiuir "tVAluiMiiuu Aljrll Ifi
Stmr "MIOWKll A . V" i-
C3T for Freight nnd Passngo and all
Ucneral Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for tho Hnwniian Islands.
l m ii"
Will Ioavo Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching at S
Lahuiua, Mau aeu Bay and Mukeiw the
same clay, Mahukona, Kawaihae and Lan-
nahoclioe the following day, arriving at
llllo tho somo ovening, I
L1ATIB nOBOLPl.P. ABEtVES nOKOMJLC.
1' ..Mar. 6 I TnTHda.TAfarTa
Tuesday.... Mar. iG Friday... ..Mar 12
Ff ,,ny,- Mar. 20 Tuesday. . .Mar. 33 ,
'"s.lay April 0 Friday ...... ApHJ fa .
lloturuing, will loavo Hilo at 1 o'clock
p. m., tonchitig at Laupahrehoe, Mahu
kona ind Kawaihae si,, e day, llakena. '
Maalaea 1 ay and Lahaiua tho following
day, arriving ot Honolulu tho afternoon
of '1 ucday oud Fridays.
Wli call at l'oholki, Puna.
rSo Freight will be received after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Stmr. CL AUDINE.
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday at 5 r. u
Kfe )'. "na, Hamoa'an
jJiipaUulu, Maul. IletUi-uinn arrives at
I Houolulu Sundoy taorniuKs.
illl coll nt Nnu. Kauco. on secoml M
' c'lc'1 muuin,
0Xo Kreiclit will bo tppbWpA nfi.v
p. m.ou day of sailing.
Tbls Company will reserves tho right U
moke changes in the time of departure nnd
arrival of its steamers without notico and
it will not bo veHponsible for any conse
quences arising therefrom.
Conhlnnees must be at the Landings to
receive their Freight! this Compnny will
not holdlUelf responsible for freight after
it has been lnnded.
Live Stock only at owner's risk.
This Company will not be responsible
for Money or Valuables of passengers
unless placed iu tho caie of I'm new.
Tiinengers aro itqueited to purchaso
tickets bufow embarking. Tlioe fulling to
do so will be subject to an udditional
chargfl of twenty-live per cent.
A New Abstract Office.
As a result of 15 year'B experi
ence iu tho Abstract .Business, I
am prepared to mako Abstracts of
Titlo in a most thorough, accurate
and complete nmnuer, nnd on
short notice. '
F. W. Makikkey.
In W. O. Smith's Office, 818
Fort Street. 215-tf
CoHsoliuatefl Soda Water Co., LI
Corner Allen & Fort Stz., Honolulu.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Robiuson Block, Hotel Street.
Look at Our Bargain List
Fino Straw Hats, 25c. up.
Crepe Pajamas, 1 a suit.
Colored Bosom Shirts, G5c,
Ladies Kimonos, 1 up.
Gents Sox, 4 pairs for 25c.
Paper Napkins, 30c. a 100.
Ladies, Leather Purees, 25c.
Silk Embroidered Pillow
Covers, 75c. a piece.
Robinson Block, Hotel Street. "