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.EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 24, 1807.
SHE WAS LEAKING BU1LY'
T1IK IIAUU HOttAMK 1'IIT IMO
Partial! Arrived Aner a Lone
other Neway Note..
Tho Kilauea Hou is on tho
boards to leave tomorrow nt -1 p in
for Kukaiim nnd Ooknln.
On account of tho rough weather,
much of tho sugar brought by isl
ands steamers is wet these days.
Tomorrow, high tide large ....
a ro; high tide small 11:0 a m; low
tido largo 2:53 p m; low tido small
0:10 a in.
Tho S S Chiltagong was de
layed over an hour on account of
tho J C Glada going ashoro in
the channel this afternoon.
Tho British bark Bouteubeck
has fiuished discharging. She
was unloaded this timo in 11 days,
against 42 days last trip.
The white cruiser Kuala of the
Inter-Island fleet is laid up for a
general overhauling. Slio will
not loavo port beforo noxt week.
Tho big mud-hooks of tho bark
Northbrook, which have been
tphinted in tho bottom of tho bay
einco Dec 21, were pulled up
Vui8 ftitrrnoou. Tho vessel is
bound for l'ugot Sound.
Tho big four-masted British
ship Somautha has begun throw
ing out ballust in earnest, dis
charging at a lively roto from two
hatches. She received her first
instalment of sweot stuff for New
York from the Kilauea Hou
Tho barkontino Archer has
cleared for San Fiancisco. Her
cargo is in ado up as follows: 5791
bags sugar shipped by C Browor
& Co; G593 bags by F A Schaofer
fc Co, 9803 bags by Castle fc
Cooke. Total vulue cargo: 75,
805.80. Captain Manoha of tho customs
guards found four lichee nuts
containing opium whilo taking a
sboit cut through Alien & Kobiu
Bon'd lumber yard yesterdoy. A
Chinese was seen in that vicinity
shortly previous, and it is sup
posed ho dropped the stuff,
thinking ho was boing followed.
Captain Eosehill is making
preparation for another long
voyage to tho South Sous. The
schooner Norma has boen charter
ed by T H Davies & Co, agents
for Arundel fe Co, to go to Fan
ning Island and tho Plia'uix
Group with stores. Tho captain
said ho would sail as soon as tho
vessel was loaded and reody for
sea, about tho end of this wot k
probably. A cargo of some kind
may bo brought on tho return
trip, but it is possible the schoon
er will sail back in ballast.
Waterfront people were sur
prised this morning to see the
Hawaiian bark Kosnlie outer tho
harb09.it boing known that alio was
on her way to Australia with lum
ber from British Columbia. She
sailed from Chomaimus, B C, on
Jan 30 for Geraldton, W A. Up
north the vessel ran into some
sovero weatht'r, after which it
was discovered that tho bark was
leaking budly, so Captain Nissen
decided to make for this poit. He
could not toll how long ho would
havo to remain here when seen
by a reporter this forenoon.
After a vory long passage of 78
days from Newcastle, N S W, the
Norwegian bark Fantosi, C And
ersen mastor, anchored in our
snug little harbor this morning.
The Fantasi cleared at Newcastle
on Dec 5, 1890, and sot sail for
this port ou Deo 8. Extremely
rough weather and contrary winds
caused tho longthy voyage. Liko
other vessols arriving within the
lust few days, tho bark caught tho
N E trades on uearing tho islands,
which are always welcomed by
mariners navigating in these
waters. Tho Fantasi brought 1789
tons of coal consigned to oidor,
which will likely bo taken by ouo
of the local steamship companies.
Tho skipper has his wife with
For Maui, par stmr Claudine,
Fob 23 Thomas Caitor, SM Bal
lou, G H Bailey, Ching Heo, wifo
and two childien, .Chong Ohoug
and 0 H Fairer.
For Sau Fraucisco, por -bktn
Archor, Fob 24 Henry W Gil
man, Miss Alexandria Gortz, Miss
For Japan ami China, per S S
Chittugong, Feb2t -0 Bamberg
or, Mi'sb Lizzie Cook, Wakasima,
nnd K. Shiiaisha.
Wmunssdat. Feb, 'U.
81m r KiUutA Hou, Freeman, from Ha
waii. Nor bk Fanla.l, Ander.cn, from New
Haw bk ltossllc, Nliicn, from Charaal
mua, I) U.
TuesiiAY. Feb. 23.
Stmr Cliiuillne, Cameron, for Maul.
Stmr W 0 Hall, llauliiml, for Nawlll-lll,
Hanamaulu, Koloa, Klcclc, Hanapepa, Maka
well, Wnlmet ami Kckatia.
Weiinmdat, Feb. 24.
S S Chlttai-onc, Corllehl, for Japan and
Hr bU Northbrook. Fletcher, for l'tijjct
(Icr bk J C (llutli-, Strge, for Kahulul.
VESSELS LEAVINO TOMOltllOW.
Stmr Kllnura tlou, Kricman, forKukalau
OAliaOES FllOM ISLAND TOIITS.
Ex ttmr Kltauea Hou 345S bags sugar.
FOHKIO.N VPSSELS EXPECTED.
Am bk Matilda, l't Hlakely,
Sclir Allen A, New Whatcom,
Am bktn SN Castle, 8 F
Am bk Highland Light, Departure Hay,
SS AuHralla, S K March 3
88 Zcalandia,.... Sydney, March 4
SSl'ctu, ...Yokohama March 7
8 S China 8F Match 11
8 8 Alameda SF March 11
3 8 Mlowcrn, .Vancouver March 10
SSBclclc. 8F MbnliSO
8 8 City of ltlo dc Janeiro, Yokohama, Mar 23
8 8 Warrlmoo Sidney, March 24
Mlowcra Colunlca " 24
Iiclglc Yokohama " an
Ilk Seminole, Newtcattlo Feb 28
Am bk Amy Turner,. .New York Due
NIc bk Dominion, ....Newcastle Due
Uktu Wiesllcr Newcastle line
(icr bk Paul Itenbcrg ..Mrcrpoal .. ..Due
Schr Loula Newcastle
Bk NVwuboy.... Ncn rattle
Sclir Novelty Newcastle,.
Am sldpliinpir . Newcastle
ilk Fortunn Xcu cattle
Schr (ioMeii Shore. ..Newcastle
Ftlir W II Tiilbot,... New castle
Schr Wm llowden.. ..Newcastle
Schr Echo New cantle
VKb&ELd IN rOKT.
U 8 S Alert, Hanford, San Francisco.
(Coasters not Included In th's list.)
Am schr ltobcrt Lewcrs, (ioodmaii, New
castle. Am bktn George C Perkins, Maas, Newcastle,
Am Kchr Jessie Minor, 'Whitney, Eureka,
Br bk Itoutenbeck, 1'oclgers, Liverpool,
Am schr Fred E Sander, Carlson, Hakodate,
Br ship Samnntha, Crowe, 8 F, Feb 15.
Nor bk Fantasi, Andereen.Ncwcastle. Feb24.
Haw bk UoalIe, Nlssen.Cheinalmus, Feb 21.
Am bktn Planter, Dow, Newcastle, Feb 13.
Am bk S O Allen, Johnson, 8 F.
Am schr Transit, Jorgcnsou, 8 K.
Am bktn Iriugnrd. Schmidt, 8 F.
Am bktn Arelivr, Calhoun. S F.
Ucr ship Mnile llackfeld, Kruse, Bremen.
ficr bk J C (Hade, Liverpool.
Haw schr Honolulu, Thunagil, Tocopllla.
Am ship C V Sargent, Jlore,NcwcnstleI'tb 1
Am ship May Flint, Nickels, S F Feb 12.
Am schr Aloha, Dabcl, & F, Feb l'J.
Bk Ciillao, Kostcr, Newcastle, Feb 18.
Haw bk Audrew Welch, Diew. S I', Feb 20.
How to Meml Papier 3!urh.
First fsocnro bouio putty and put this
over tlio holo and fmootli it down caro
fully until it in about tho sumo thick
ness ns tho papier nmcho itself. Allow
this to dry, nnd after it is dried put a
strip of stcrat muflliu over tho putty,
sticking it ou with thick paint, nnd put
another coat of paint over tho inuud. A
coat of paint uddod fioni timo to timo
will uiuLu tho part us fitiong us tho rcbt
of tho article. It takes hut a moment to
dip tho brush into tho ready proparcd
paint and put a stroke or two of tho
bruHh over the cloth.
Paper pails may bo men do d in tho
samowayj bo may tho water pitchers,
slop jars, eta In case of au article need
ed for such uso it might bo woll to
paint it nil over, nnd then it might be
decorated if desired. I linvo seen this
paper waro decorated with nasturtiums,
and it roally looked very pretty.
An occasional coat of paint would do
a good deal toward making Buch uten
now to Sweeten Hotter.
If you have butter that is not entire
ly sweet, put it in a porcelain dish with
a littlu stilt nnd a tiny pioco of soda,
pluco over the flro nnd bring to a boiL
Turn it into a stouo Jar and set it in a
cool place Tho butter will bo found
perfectly sweot and not too salt for cook
ing. Tho impuritioB will scttlo to the
bottom of tho jar.
How to Detect Smallpox.
Smallpox is mora to bo dreaded than
any other oruptivo disease, intouse
hcadncho, backuoho and high foyer first,
with thirst and frequently delirium and
then tho eruption. Smallpox pustules
are ulwnys square, and thoy aro gener
ally iu dusters of throe to five close, to
gether, but in very bad cases thoy cover
tho whole surface. They nro at first a
sort of salmon pink on a rod background,
changing to yellow and later to brown
All eruptions show first near the
email of tho buck uud on tho stomach.
In caso of uuy of the symptoms named
above n physician should bo sent for at
once and tho child'1 isolated and kept iu
bed until tho doctor sees it nt least
The Evening JiuUetin, 76 rents
Have Juit Received per 8. H.
pletf Fashion Qoods
Very Protty Designs.
Dresses . . .
Dress Goods In Evening Shades !
Wholesale and Reinll.
Art -:- Fotos
The Most Complete
and Artistic Series
of Island Views Ever
The Latost Applicnncr s for Fine
Work portnining to Photography.
In Blocks to suit pur
chasers. Will deliver
after January 2, 1897.
B2T Inquire of
Tho Hawaiian Snfo Deposit &
408 Fnrt Btreet
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
VST We will Buy or Sell Real Estate In
all parts of the group.
XTtT We will Sell Properties on Reason
OFFICE, 10 West King Street
Building 7 Lot
Situated on the South corner of
Reretnnla and, River streets, 100 feet
on each street; it will be one of the
best locations for business within a
WILL BE SOLD CHEAP.
CT" For further particulars, ap
ply to W. O. AOHI&CO.
Office To Let,
At 207 Merchant Street.
Peerless Preserving Paint Company,
Real Estate and Commission Agent.
Stock Hooker. Tiro nnd Llfo In
surance, Campbell Mock, 200 Merchant Struct.
Vtiluablo Biisinoss Pronorty on
Nuunnu streot, bringing n good
Sovornl Lots near Punchbowl
and at Mnkiki, tho Choicest Resi
lience Proporly in tho city. A
luifi-.t view from Diamond Hond
to Y., Honolulu and Ilatbor.
Four Houses and Lots on Punch
bowl stroot, only fivo minutes
walk from tho Post Office
We also hnve Cornfortablo
Houses for stile on easy torms si
tuated on tho following stroots;
Lunalilo, Kinau, Kukui, Has
singer, Berotnnia, Yonug, Vic
toria, Green, Thurston Avonuo,
Puunhou, Liliha and Nuunnu.
Building Lots iivall parts of tho
city on the instalment plan.
Sovornl woll established Lodg
Cofl'oo Lands on Hawaii und a
Pineapple Italic li with limo and
other fruit; trees near Honolulu.
210 King Streot and 207 Mer
L. C. AWes k Co. A.V. Oear&Co.
Qeneral Business Agents
Loans Negotiated and Collections
Stooks Bought and Sold.'
Books Audited nud Accounts Adjusted.
Bills Bought and Notes
niBDountsd, ' ,
Fife and Life Insurance Agerjfig
Wov Sale !
Bmull Iionnbe Cocoanuts ready
for trttUHplaiitlng. Apply, to
622-lui W. E. ROWEDL.
BUsamors of the above Lino running in connection with tbo
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, B. O., nnd Bydncy, N. S. W.. nnit calling nt Vlotorin B 0.
Honolulu nnd Bnva (Fiji), ' '
On or about tbo dittos below stated, viz.:
From Bflney unit Bnva, (or Victoria ami
Vancouver, U. O.I
Btmr "MIOWEIIA" February 24
Stmr "WAIUtlMOO" ..March 24
Btnir"MIOWKA" April 24
Stmr "WAIUtlMOO" May 24
TJirouli TicltotH IsKUcd from Honolulu to Cnntidii
t United States mid ISuropc.
FltEIOni AND rABOENQEH AOENTBI
D. MoKiooLti, Montrcnl, Cnnndu.
ItonmiT Keiui, WiunipoK, Canada,
jyt. M. Steiin, Hnti Frnucisco, Cal.
Q. MoL. IinowN, Vancouver, B. O.
Oceanic Steamsliip Co.
Australian Mail Service.
Por San Francisco:
Tbo New and Fine Al Steel Stcamsbip
Of the Ooennio Btcnrusbip Company will
bo due at Honolulu from Sydney and
Atiokland on or about
Marcli 4-., 1897.
And will leavo for tbo abovo port witb
Ifnils nnd Fassongcrs on or nlxiut tbat
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tbe Now npd Fino i Steo Stcamsbip
Of tbo Oiieanlo Stonnisbip Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from Ban Francisco
on or about
March 11, 1897.
And will lmvo prompt despatch with
Mails and I'asaongers for tbo abovo ports.
Tbo undersigned aro now prepared
TIiroiiRh Tickets to All Points
in tbo United States.
C3P"For further particulars regarding
Freight or Fassago apply to
WM. G.IRWIN &C0., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from B. F.
for 8. F.
March 2. 1697 March 10, 18!)7
March 30, 1897 April 7, 1897
THROUGH LINE '
From Son Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. Sou Francisco.
.irrue Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Alamcdn, Mo 11, '07 I Kunlamlln, Mo 4, '97
Mariposa, April 8, '97 Moann, April 1, '97
Savings : . Bank
Notice is horoby given to Depo
sitors in tuo Savings Department
of Glaus Sprcckels & Co.'e Bunk,
that on and after April 1, 1897,
all intorost on tboir deposits will
Snvings Depositors may with
draw their accounts without giv
ing provious notice, or thoy may
leavo same in our Bank on call.
Claus SninoKELS & Co.
Honolulu, Fob. 17, 1897.
HAVJNO ESTABLISHED A MODERN
plant for hulling, polishing and assorting
coffee, we are prepared to buy and clean
cofl'oo in tho parchment.
MODERATE CHARGE MADE FOR CLEANING
per Apply to
H. HACKFELD 'i CO,
Oceanic Steamsnip Go.
From Victoria and Vancouver, B. C to
Sinn anil HjiltioTl
oiuir -nAiuuuuu" "..Febraarv 1R
Btinr "MIOWEIIA" .... ........ .jKSS 16
Stmr ' WAKIUMOO" . . ' ' ' .i
6- For Freight and Passage and nil
Ucnernl Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agnt8 'or tbo Hawaiian Islands.
Wife's Stansliip Co's
Will leave Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching at
Lahainu, Maalaoa Bay and Mukiuu the
Baraeday; Mahukona, Kawaihaeand Lnn
iMihoehoa tho following day, arriving at
Hilo the samo evening.
lavk8 nowoLpi.n. xnmvKs itoHonrLr.
Tuesday... ,-Mnr. 2
Friday... ..Mar. 12
Tuesday.. .Mar. 83
Tuesday Mar. 10
'Tuesday April 6
.utwiv.... . .Mar. i
Returning, will leavo Hilo at 1 o'clock
p. m., touching nt Lanpahoehoo, Mahu
kona and Kawalhao suuo ,ly; Makena,
aav: arririn7 nt Hnnnlnin n,.
of 'luosday nnd Fridays.
"in can at I'onotkl, runn.
T"Nc. lVci8ht will be reeenod alto
12 noon ob day of soiling.
Will leavo Honolulu Tnr,ln n c - .. . V
touching nt Kahulni, Hnna, Hanioa'on'd
Kipahulu, Maui. Returning arrives at
Will call at Nuu, Knupo, on second trn
of enoh month.
W"No Freight will'be recoived attoi
p. m. on day of sailing.
This Comnnnv will rAAAf-van 41m x.,vi 4.
make changes in tho timo of departure nnd
"""" u 4i mi'iiuiurH wiiiioni notice r.na
it Mill not ho rospousihlo for any coubc
quences arising therefrom.
Consignees must be nt tho Landings to
recolvo thoir Freight; this Company win
not hold Itself responsible for freight afier
it hag boen landed.
Live Stock ouly at owner's risk.
This Company will not bo responsible
for Money or Valuables of passengers
unless placed iu the caro of l'ursors.
PashenRors are requested to purchase
tickets beforo embarking. TbOfO faillDg to
do so will be sitbjeot to un additional
charge of twenty-live per cent.
The fashionable huttors
Imagine that the
label in the crown
docs the talking.
Our experience proves
that It talks Two Dollnie.
If you are buying- bnts
ami liot labels, we lmvo '
nil tbe swell forms from
Two Dollars and upwards
9 Hotol Streot
Gold and Silvorwaro,
Crook'jry and Ivorywaro,
Whito Grass Cloth, Mattings,
Wioker and Stoatner Chairs,
Cigars, Etc., Etc.,
WING WO TAI & CO.,
214 Nuuanu Streot, IlonoUilu,
Hawaiian Quintette Club.
Will provide First-class Musio for Ro-
ccptions, ricUo-, Luaus, Grand Balls, etc.,
etc. All ordors given prompt attention.
fJ9 fcao orders with "Ka llaloOIwi
JV, W,' Diu0I(1. to ol D. Wiliokai,
111 Richards street. flC-lm
. . M