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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 2C, 1897.
NEWS OF THE DOCKS
MANY lNllitl:$IIMl Non.N 1CUEI
Nlrarnuunn llarkoiillue Wrcntlvr from
Mewcnlle JIlkiilmlnArrlicd The
Ncliouiier Norma Railed.
Maun a Loa 20 miles oast at 2:20
Tho S N Castle is unloading at
Ocean io dock.
A diver examined the bottom of
tho bark J 0 Glade.
Tho big ship May Flint is load
ing Ewa product at the liailroad
It ib said tho Germau bark Cul
lao may go to Ililo to load for
Now York. '
Seventy-nino bops of dnmnged
sugar was put up for auction at
Oceanic clock today.
Tomorrow, high tide large 1:18
a in; high tide small 2:20 p m; low
tide large C:10 p m; low tido small
8:10 a m.
A survey has been held on the
bark Rosalie, She wa.9 condemn
ed, which will necessitate her be
ing laid up for lopaiis beforo sail
This morning the schooner Nor
ma, Capt Itosohill, sailed for the
Fanning and Phwnix Iulauds. Bo
sides tho skipper, a mate and four
sailors, all white, wero aboard.
As tho Noeau was leaving at
noon today, a sailor who had a
few quaits of bugjuico aboard fell
into tho bay. Mate Nicholson
jumped in a boat alongside, and
with one powerful yank had him
SliipiiiHiilH of domestic produce
by tho S S Miowera yesterday
wero valued at S79G.98, and cou
. sisted of tho following: 45 kegs
molasses, 8 ciatcs pines, 10 crates
bananas, 1 case curio-, 1 box pines,
SO bunches banauas,2u' bngscotTee.
II Johnson, secoud officer of
tho Miknhala, was taken to tho
hospital as soon as the steamer ar
rived today .While a twelve- ton mill
roller was being landed at Hana
maulu, Kauai, Johnson had his
lea crushed under tho big thing.
Tho broken bones voro set by Dr.
"Walters beforo tho steamer left
"While the bark Routenbeck
was discharging at Ifrewer's wharf,
a dozen iron buckets and a clinin
sling wero lost overboard. Yes
terday a number of natives wero
diving and fishing for tho lost ort
icles without success. This morn
ing an export native diver, nnmed
Kiua, brought the bucket up from
tho muddy bottom of the haibor.
ThoSF Chronicle of Feb 12
says: Tho new steamer Ileleue,
belonging to tho Wilder Steum
Bhip Company of Honolulu, will
mnkn n trial trip tomorrow. Sho
will leaver Mibion street whaif at
10 a. in., aim Captaiu George C
Beekloy, her commander, has in
vited a large number of guests to
purtako of his hospitality.
After many days of bad wenth
or, calms and head winds, the
barkentino Wiestler caught the N
E trades which can ied her along
to this port. The vessel denied
from Newcastle on Dec 14, 1800,
and loft port two days later. Tho
"Wrestler is flying the flug of Nica
ragua, blue, whito and blue. She
brought 850 tons of coal for Ciistlt
fe Cooke. Captain Neilson has
bis wife and son with him.
As a note of intorest to ship
masters bound round Cape Horn
it is to be noted that tho lantern
in tho now lighthouse recently
completed by tho Chilian govern
ment on tho Evangelist gioup was
lighted during the latter part of
November last. Tho light is of
tho Fresnol type of tho first order
and is visible within a radius of
twenty miles. It marks tho Paci
Co Ocean entrance to tho Straits
Yesterday afternoon, u bag of
mail from the U S S Alort for tho
Miowora was left in tho office on
the wharf. After tho white liner
had loft, it wiib found that tho
mail had beou forgotton. Clar
ence Crabbe jumped into a boat
with native a crow and chased tho
steamship out the channel, but
without gaiuing on her. Tho
steamer J A Cummins happened
to be steaming out ut tho time, so
sho took the small boat in tow.
' After blowing hor noisy fog wins
tie wildly, tho Cummius attracted
tho attention of thoso aboard the
Miowora, and the mail was safoly
ForVancnuver and Victoria, per
CASS Miowera, Fob 25-Mr
and Mrs J It Mott, Frank It Clif
ton, Mr Black, Mr Courtney and
Fnitm, Feb. 20.
NIc lik t ii Wiotlcr, Nell. on, from New
castle. Stmr Mlkalm'H, Thompson, from ports on
StmrMauua Lon, Slmcrton, from llnunll
Bttur l.ll.ellke, Nje, from Hawaii.
Tlll'iivuiT, Feb. 83.
fctmr J A Cummin, Scnrle, for Oahu
Fiiliur, Feb. 20.
Stmr James MaUc, Tnllctt, for Kopaa.
Stmr NoMii, Peterson, for Lalmlnn, Ilono
l;aa mid KiiWilltiflulC
Scbr Lukn lor I'anullo.
Stmr Walalealc, Parker, for Hannmaulu.
gaiigoes moil island forts.
Y.x stmr Mlkaliala 1280 lagt lunar.
Ei stmr Llkellke lejol beg sugar, 25 bag
VKSSM.4 IN POUT.
U 8 8 Alert, Ilnnford, San Francisco.
(Coaster not lucludtd In this list.)
Am scbr Kobert Lencre, Goodman, Ncw-
Am bkln George C Perkins, Maa,NcwcastIe,
Am scbr Jcslc Minor, Whitney, Eureka,
Br bk Koutenbcik, Routers, Liverpool,
Am scbr Fred E 9mler, Cnrl-on, Haknd ite,
BreulpSnnmntln, Ciowe. S F, Feb IS.
Nor bk l';nl.iil, Audii'en. Newcastle. Fib 21.
Haw bk ltn.illc, N'lsscn.CbuiitilmiiJ. KcbSI.
Am liktu l'lanter, Dour, Newcastle, FcblU.
Am bk .S (J Allui, Jobnuoii, 3 F.
Am Mbr Ir.ui'it, Jurt!nsoii,8 K.
Am bktn Iruignril. scumldt, 8 F.
tier bhip Marie II nkfild, Kruse, Bremen.
(!er bk J O Made, Liverpool.
Haw febr Honolulu, Thoniscl, Tocopllla.
Am stilp C F Sareut, Morse.NewcatlleFib 1
Am ship May Flint, Nlekils, S F Feb 12.
Am scbr Aloba, Dabcl, 6 F, Feb ID.
Hk t'alluo, ICuster. Newcastle, Feb 18.
Haw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, 8 F, Feb 20.
Am bktn 3 N Castle, Hubbard, S F. Feb 21.
Ni.- bktn Wrestler, Ncilsou, Newcastle,
FOREIGN VP93EI.S EXI'ECTED.
Ambk Matilda, I't Blakely
Sibr Allen A, New Whatcom,..'.
Am bk 'Ubland Light, Departure Hay,
S 8 Australia 8F March 2
8 8ealaudlu Sydney, March 4
3 8 Pern, .. Yokohama, March 7
88 China oF Match 11
SS Atumuln SF March 11
3 8 MUwira, ,Vaucoucr, March IG
S 8 Holi-le 3F March SU
8 3 City of Itlode Janeiro, Yokohama. Mar 21
8 8 Warrimoo,. ...Sidney, , .....March 21
Bk '"tmluole, Newecasllc ..Feu 33
Ambk Amj lunicr,..Niw York Duo
Nlc bk Dominion, ...Nowcastle Due
Ger bk Paul ltenberi!.... Liverpool Due
Scbr Louis NewiaMle
lik Newsboy.. . Neniasllc
bchr NoMlty NiMcastlu
ilk Fortuna Nemaitle
ridir Golden Mioro. ..Neweaitlc
SdirW II Talhot, ..Ncwciitle
Selir Wm llowdeu.. ..Newcastle
Scbr Echo Newcastle
These aro days of considerable
anxiety and perplexity to all who
have possessions or other interests
in the Republic of Hawaii, and it
is timo thut out' citizens camo to a
mutual undortitunding on several
important issues. Tho prospects
for .Annexation appear at present
vague ami indistinct, and our
destiny canuot be foretold with
certainty. There are those, also,
who still fondly cling to the hope
of a return to tho old ordor of
things, and who canuot bo per
Buaded othorwiso, yet this out
look appears fur more hazy than
that of Annexation ovon to the
most hopoful disciples of the
Monarchy. But, fortunately, in
tho midst of all this uncertainty
thero is solaco in tho fact that
Buffalo Boor has cumo to stay and
that patioue of all sorts and
opinions may equally sharo the
beuetits of its invigorating and
sustaining properties. "Wo are
moreover assured that this favorite
brow will coutinuo to bo dispens
ed as heretofore at tho lloyal,
Pacific and Cosmopolitan Sa
loons. m m m
Of tho Secretary Dtso Plow ono
of tho most successful plantation
mnungorfl "writes tho Pacific Hard
ware Co.: "I havo ddayed writing
you about the woik ot tho Seoro
taiy Disc Plow, until I satisfied
myself in regard to its proper
working I am busy
plowing a field with it now, and it
is doing fine work, and I hope for
good results fintn tho thorough
plowing it is receiving,"
That picture in King Bros',
window which has attracted so
much attention is not tho portrait
of anyone hero.
A MltrtOW I.SflAJ'L
Unu llio Mnrlno Itoportor l'odlrd lln
While a small crowd of report
ers, customs officers, and others
wore waiting for an incoming
mail steamer, down on the wharf
the other night, some of tho fel
lows began yarning. Most, of
them had either a cigar, a cigar
rotto, or a pipo, and woro pulling
away liko small tugboats. Ono of
the fellows was a veteran of tho
Hawaiian war, and an invetorato
tobacco chowor. Ho could spit
inside i of a oirolo six inches wide,
at a distance of ten foot, and do it
nino times out of ten. Soon one
of tlm irrepressibles began tho
"Ono day, whon I was hustling
news in the States, as marine
scribbler for tl;o Daily Growler, I
Lad a very narrow escape. It
seemed I had offended n steamboat
officer tho provious day. So,
while striding along docks, with
my usual confidence and self
importance, jotting down a note
hero and another thero, I sudden
ly spied something that
mado tho hair of my pato stand up
straight, as if pointing to a newly
discovered comet or an eclipso of
the moon, while tho cold prespira
tion flowed from my pores liko
wator from a fireman's nozzle,
Tho oflicor I was Bpeaking of was
a real giant, about six and one
half feet tall, and broad in pro
portion. "What was it that made
mo shiver and my hair stand up?
Woll, you should liavo been in my
shoes to fully appreciate tho situ
ation. It wus nothing more nor
loss than a crooked bar of iron,
about a yard long, grasped iu tho
horny hund of tho giizzled old
Halt, who stood ready to uso it on
the poor, innocent, ineudlcss pou
cil pusher without mercy.
"'Say!' he bawled at me, 'do
you report for the Daily Growl
er?' 'No, sir,' I replied iu a some
what shaky voice. 'Woll, it's d d
lucky fer you. I thought you was
tho follor what gimme tho
dirty deal in tho paper
lotit night. I was goin' to polish
you up with this er little switch.'
"I glanced at tho deadly weap
on, as he handled it in a very
businessliko manner. 'Say, Cap
tain,' Bays I, 'that is a pretty
tough looking switch you've got
there.' 'Yaas,' ho drawled, 'its
built for bisnis.' 'Tho follow
you're after,' I ventured, my cou
iidonco returning, 'just went down
that way.' I pointed down tho
dock. 'He'll bo back this way
again. You just lay for him. I'll
stand round the corner to watch
the circus. After you finish, we'll
go up and have a drink. What
do you say ? Is it a go 'i Shako.'
"Say, boys, I o,ften wonder if
that fellow is waiting yet, for I
skipped out on tho next train for
"Oh, that can't beat an ex
perience of mine," another fellow
began. But jitRt then tho boat
hauled ulongi lo, and everyone
made a bieuk, to atteud to busi
ness or greet old friends.
liilnniifUloii lor TourlNls.
A passenger by tho last Colonial
Bteamor was mot on tho dock by
a Milesiau American frioud, who
resides in Honolulu. Ab tho pair
waited to havo tho newcomer's
gripsaok scrawled over with slmlk
marks by the Customs Inspector
at tho gate thoi stranger remarked
to his friend "Do you 'ave much
rain 'oro ? " Rainier mo boy,
gallons of it, jiut coiuo up to tho
Anchor Saloon where thoy keep
it always, clear and cool. We'll
just bo in time for lunoh too and
tbnt'e tho only place in town
where thoy servo it up in proper
style with a glass of Rainier
Beer to equilibrializo tho solids
A C-roomod cottage, stables
and servant's quarters, situate on
Wilder avenue. Largo grounds
well laid out aud planted wilh
fruit and ornamental trees; ono
full set of furuituro and cooking
stove can remain in tho house if
wanted. Apply to A. V. Gear,
210 King street.
m. M. WATsr ( niscnAitGED.
Tho casu of M. M. Watson, who was
charged with stealing a keg of beer
from the Seattle Brewing and Molting
Company, was dismissed by Judge
'Olnsgmv yesterday afternoon. The
judge held that If the prisoner was
bright enough to discriminate In favor
of pure Jlnlnir lleer ho deserved re
lease. On tap or In bottles at the
J. S, Walker,
1 - Estate - Broker
Hub for Salo and Lease on
l I'beBil Terms.
1. Lnrgn -Lot, Muklkl stieet, fenoed, 228
feet fiont g,
2. Lut . it Kinau ttreet betweon Alapal
and Knptoliiui streets 140 feet froutage.
3. Lot on Lmmlilo street batwecn Alapal
ami ILickfeld streets.
4. 3 laryo Lots on Prospect Btrcot.
6. House and Lot on Qroen streot be
tween Kapiolanl and Victoria.
0. Tho Building known asThomas'Block,
2 stories aud embracing G (rented) stores
on leased ground,
7. Lot corner of Kinau and Piikol streets.
8. Itlce Land ot Waikano, Koolau.
0. Lot on corner of Heulu and Kea
(lint ween rnMdpnre of W. A. Bowon
Biirt lot of W. M. GlfRird having
frontage on Heulu street 2C0 feet.)
1. 3 Cottage on Qaeon street-near Punch
9 T r ,f f..l nt O'd WalUki.
3. Storn and Dwelling, corner Wyllie
and Nuuunn, ready lor occupancy.
4. Lot comer Merchant and Richards
Properties Managed, Oollec
tior. of Kents, Loans Nego
tiated and Advances made on
JOHN S. WALKER,
Spreckela Block, Honolulu.
P. O. Box. 339. Tel. 331.
Have Just Received per S. S.
jtaw pashiori Qoods
Very Pietty Design".
D,resses . . .,
Dress Goods In Evening Shades!
Wholesale and Retail.
L. C. Abies & Co. A.V. Gear& Co.
Ofllce 207 .Merchant 8t. Ofllce 'JIO King St,
general Business Agents
Loans Negotiated and Collections
Stooks Bought and Sold.
Cooks Audited and Accounts Adjusted.
Bills BDUflht and Notes
niscnuntBd, ' i
Fife Bnd Life InnnanoB Ageqftf
LYLE A. DICKEY,
Attorney at Law
14 Kaahumanu Streot.
Telephone No, GS2. 403-Gtn
Steamers of the above Line running in connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, B. O., and Sydney, N. 8. W.. and calling at Victoria, B. (V
Honolulu and Snva (Fiji),
jZuttlZ 3DTJE AT KCODSrOJjTTXjTD"
On or about the dates below stated, viz.:
From Sydney mill Burn, (or Victoria and
Vancouver. It. C.t
Btmr "WAItHIMOO" March 24
Stuir"MIOVEKA" April 24
Btmr "WARRIMOO" Slay 24
Btmr "MIOWEItA" June 24
TJtrouffb Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada,
United States and Europe.
FxiEianr axd rASSKNaKh agents:
D. MoNiooll, Montreal, Canada.
Bobeht Eriti!, Winnipeg, Canada,
M. M. Steiin, San Francisco, Cnl.
Q. MoL. Blown, Vnueouver, B. O.
Australian Mall Service,
For San Francisco:
The New and Fino Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo due ut Honolnln from 8dney and
Anoeianu on or nnont
March d-s 1897.
And will leae for tho above port with
Mails and Passengers on or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:
The New and Fine Al Stee Steamship
Of tho Oceanic Stonmship Company will
be dno ut Ilonolala from San FrnnciAoo
on or about
March 11, 1897.
And will havo prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for the above poris.
The undersigned are now prepared
Through Ticlicts to All I'oints
in tho United States.
t2T"For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. 5. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
for S. F.
March 2, 1897 March 10, 1897
Mmch SO, lb97 April 7, 1897
From San Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. San Francisco.
Irri'ie Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Alameda, Mo 11, '07 I Zealandia, Mo 4, '87
Mariposa. April 8, '97 I Moana, April 1, '97
Savings : Bank
Notice is hereby given to Depo
sitors in the Savings Department
of Claus Spreckels & Co.'s Bnnk,
that on and after April .1, 1897,
all interest on their deposits will
Savings Depositors may with
draw their accounts without giv
ing provious notice, or they may
loavo samo in our Bank on call.
Olads Spreckels & Co.
Honolulu, Fob. 17, 1897.
HAVING ESTABLISHED A MODERN
plant for hulling, polishing and assorting
coffeo, we are prepared to buy aud clean
oofl'eo in the parchment.
MODERATE CHARGE MADE FOR CLEAH1NQ
j& Apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Oceanic Staamsnip Co.
From Victoria ami Vancouver, II. 0 to
Suva mill Sf dtier!
Stinr'MIOWEHA' March 10'
Stmr "WARRIMOO" April 16
Stmr "MIOWEHA" Slay lfr
Stmr "WARRIMOO" June 16
tar For Freight and Passage and til
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for tho Hnwaiiau Islands.
C. L. WIGHT, Pros. 8. B. ROSE, See.
Cnpt. J. A. KING, 1'ortSupt.
Will leave Ilonolala at 10 A. m., touching at
Lahaina, Maalaea Ray and Makena the
Bumoday; Mahnkona, Kawaihaeand Lan.
Ealioehos the following day. arriving: at
lilo the same evening.
LKAVK8 nOBOtPT.P. ABBtVM HONOLULU.
"Friday Mar. B
Tuesday Mnr. 10
Friday Mnr. 2G
"Ineaday... .April 0
Tuesday... ..Mar. 2
Friday... . Mar 12
I Friday pril 2
Returning, will leave Ililo at 1 o'clock
r. m., touching at Laupahochoe, Mahn
kona and Eawnlhac sjilo dtiys Mnkeim,
Maalaea Buy and Lahaina tho following
day; arriving at Honolulu tho aftomoouB
'I ucsday and Fridays.
Will call nt I'ohoiki, Pnna.
, BlVNo Freight will bo recehed after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday at 6 r. m.i
touching at Kahulul, Hnna, Hamoa and
Kipahuln, Maui. Iteturning arrives at
Honolnln Snnday mornings.
Will call at Xuu, Kaupo. on socond trip
ot each month.
, S9No FriJght win bo received after
. p. m. on day of sailing.
This Company will reserves the right o
make ohauges in tho timo of departure and
arrival of Its stcaiucis without notice and
iv wiu uui no responsible lor urn conse
qnences arising therefrom.
Consignees must be at the Landings to
receive their Freight; this Company wiU
not hold.itself responsible for freight after
it has been landed.
Live Stock only nt ownorV risk.
This Company will not be responsible
for Mouey or Valuables of passengers
unleHH placed in tho caie of Pursers.
Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. Thoso f jiling to
do ho will bo subject to an additional
oharge of twenty-five per cent.
Gold and Silverwnro,
Crockery and Ivorywiuo,
White Grass Cloth, Mnttihgs,
Wicker mid Stcmumr Chnirb, .
Cigurs, Etc., Etc.,
WING WO TAI & CO.,
214 Nuuanu Streot, Honolulu.
N. F. BURGESS
Lawn Mowers, Garden Hose,
In fact all kinds nf Tools, and doos nearly
ull kinds of work that anyone requires.
E3V. Work called for and returned by
LAWN MOWERS TO LET.
EST" Remember we do work cheap this
Hawaiian Quintette Club.
Will provide First-class Muslo for Re
ceptions. Pia.lo,Luans, Grand Halls, cto.,
etc. All oiders given prompt attention,
COT" Leaeorden with "Ka HaleOiwi"
W. W. Diniond, or to Cain D. Wiliokal,
111 Richards street. 515.1ia
Book and Job Printer
Morckunt Streot, Honolulu, H. I.
Over Hawaiian News Company's
Book Storo. niy 18,
The Evenhig bulletin, 75 cents