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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 2, 1897.
BV4PKMa W ' iJT WOC ' J 1TITK-
THE NEW STEAMER HELENE
oi:anic i,im:u aisiuamv i'iki
Miiiy l'trrl(jn nnd I.cical Mnrlno
Items ol Intrrol-AloiiK the
The Noeau mny go to Kauai to
morrow. A bnrk was telephoned 20 mileB
east at 11 rum.
Tho big American ship Mny
Flint will sail for New "York on
A detachment o blue-jnckets
from the USS Alert wore nshoie
l'oi drill today.
Tho Hawniian bark lolaui
cleared from Now 1'ork on Feb.
18 for Honolulu.
Tho departure of tho steamer
Iwalani hns been postponed until
10 a m tomorrow.
The British ship Tioop, with
sugar fiom Honolulu, arrived at
New York, Feb. 14.
The American ship Reaper
arrived at Nowcastlo on Feb. 12
to load coal for this port.
The Waialeolo came in this
morning with ft load of sweet
stuff. She leaves at 4 p m for Ka
pan. The Holeno brought COO tons of
general freight nud JJ7 horses and
mules. Tho latter are for W. H.
Tomorrow, high tide large 3:10
n m; high tide small 4:20 a in; low
tido large 10:8 a m; low tido small
9:5 p m.
Tho ptpamor Mauua Loa for
Maui and Hawaii was held nu
hour over her scheduled time of
sailing this morning for tho for
Sailed from San Frauci6co for
Honolulu Feb 1G: Am bktu S Q
Wilder. Fob 17: Ship C B Sut
ton. Fob 20: SSUolcue. Feb
21: bhip W F Babcock.
"Whon about 200 miles from
San Francisco on her last trip,
the bark Annie Johnson shipped
a heavy eca, which smashed the
wheel and almost washed the
"While a horso was being hoisted
abouul tho James Makee yester
day, a nativo 6nilor recoived
a kick from the animal, which
toppled him into the water. Ho
won rescued, and fouud'to be but
Arrived at San Fraucisco Feb
l'J: S S Doric, 5 days 2U hours
from Honolulu. Feb 17: S S
Anstialia, G davs 18 hours from
Honolulu. Feb 20: Brig Con
bupIo, 18 days from Muhukoua.
Feb 22: Bark Annie Johnson, 20
days from Hilo.
Following is tho S S Australians
report, furnished by tho obliging
pursor: Left San Francisco Feb
21 ut 2 p in with 42 cabin and 54
feteerage passengers, and 50 bag
mail. Experienced light N W it mi
N winds until Feb 2G; thence to
port light trades and fine weathor.
Arrived at Honolulu Mar 2. Time
of passage: Gdajs 18 hours.
In conspicuous places ahoaul
tho steamer Heloue, notices wero
posted up warning all persons
about earrying opium aboard the
steamer. Tho notices stated that
any person found with opium
would bo turned over to the au
thorities. Tlioy wero dated, San
Francisco, Feb. 18, and signed by
Goo. G. Bcckloy, Commander.
On tho night of Feb 12, tho
littlo bchooucr Gen McFherson
' from Honolulu arrived at San
Diego. She reports running into
a heavy gale when 800 miles off
tho coast, which cairied away tho
rudder and did other damage.
Captain Carter rigged a jury
rudder out of shifting boards, and
succeeded in Btoering his craft
safely to port.
Thero 5b a report that tho yacht
Eleanor was to be sold in Now
York. She was at Honolulu a
couple of years ago on a cruise
round the world. Tho Eleanor
is a vessel of 1136 tons and was
built at Bath, Me, in 1804, and
tost hor owner $320,000. Mr
Slater took speoial pride in tho
fact that sho was outiioly an Arao
rican production, two anchors and
a compass being tho only part of
her framo or complement import
ed. Her owner's failing health is
tho leason for selling tho yacht.
Mr Slater is at present seriously
ill at onq of tho spa3 in Gor
111? s. s. ITcIrnc.
At nn early hour this morning
tho now Wilder eteamsliip Heloue,
Geo. O. Beckloy cojuuundor, ar
rived from San Fraucisco after a
pleasant voyage of 9 J days. Sho
did not fly tho great ting, of which
so muoh talk has boon heard, but
tho officers all woie new suits
with brass buttons and gold braid.
After tho vossel was tied up at
Wildors' wharf, a largo number
of peonlo went aboard to inspect
her and give their opinion. Many
pcoplo say bIio is the finest boat
ever brought horo for tho inter
Tho Holeno is not as large as
the Kinnu, but is a handsome
looking craft. Her house and
upper deck, with cabin and ongino
room below, aro situated amid
ships. Besides ollicers, quarters,
there aro accommodations for
eighteen saloou passengers. Tho
"Holeue wns built by the Union
Iron Works iu San Frauoisco.
Sho is a Bteel vessel. Following
aro tho chief dimensions: Lougth,
175 feet; beam, 30 feet; depth, 14
foot 10J inches. During tho triul
trip, tho engines mado from 140 to
145 revolutions a minute, giving a
speed of nearly twolvo knots.
Tho now steamship haB two
masts. For handling freight sho
is certainly the superior of any
boat in the islands as far as con
veuienco is concerned. There
nro two hatches, one forward and
one aft, each having au up-to-date
doukoy eugino near it. From
the davits four boats aro suspend
ed. PASBKNOKUH AltHIVKD.
From San Francisco, per S S
Australia, Marcli 2 Capt C Allen,
Eugene Bernlmimer, Thos Blytli
and wife. Chas Blyth, S H Board
man, J "W Butler and wifo, A J
Cartwright. Dr W F hni.ning, H
S Channing, A F Clarke, Mrs
Frank Dave v and three children.
Miss Alice Doming, J P Groom,
Mrs G H Holdeu, A W Kounody,
T A Kennedy and wife, J H Kirk
Patrick, Mrs J 0 Kirkputrick, R I
Lillie, J B Madden, Dr W F Mc
Con key, Mips Lucy McGuiro, J N
Munloek, Miss F E Neumann.
Miss Newlands, Mis A Preuss, II
B Roid, Mrs Schmaoher, "Win
Waterliouse, P L Weaver, Jr, Miss
J S Wilson, S Hoffman, Miss M
Hoffman, Miss H S Smith, J H
Goodhue, E A Hubor, William
Travis, ancU54 iu steerago.
From Hawaii, per stmr Noeau,
Mar 2 F A Schaefer and 2 deck
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr
MnuuaLoa, Mnich2 JMakaiuni,
Geo Rodiok, Mrs Thos Ayors,
Miss Forry, Thos Leo, Geo Mo
Dougall, John Ilanison, JHS
Martin, Mrs E Kanuha, Mrs Pu
ui, and 54 deck passengers.
Tltsiut, Mur. 2.
S S Auttralia, Ilomllute, from San Fran
cisco. Stmr Iklene, IleiLle), from San Frauclsio.
btmr Noeau, Pelurftnn, from Hawaii
Stmr IValaliale, l',iikur, Irom Knuul.
Momiay. Mnr 1.
Stmr Jsinua MnKiu. Tallin, for Kapai.
tit mr Mol.olll, Nttliou, (01 Molokal, Maul,
SImr Ukelll.e, Jfjc, for .Maul ana Ha
waii. Stmr Kuauliou, Thompson, for Kauai
Stmr Knala, MoMior, for Oahu ports.
Cicr bk J C Glade, ctlc, far Knbulul.
Tuesdat, Mar. 3.
Stmr Malum Loa, Slmcrsou, for Mini I uml
Stmr J A Cummins, Scaile, for Oaliu
VE8REI.8 LE.WINO TOMORROW.
Btmr Iwnlanl, Gregory, for Lalialua, Mono
kaa and Kukullmele,
CARGOES FIIOM ISLAND POUTS.
Ex Btmr Noeau 43)! hug (sugar, S l)j;s
codec, ami gutidiy packages.
Ex stmr Walaliafe 'i'li'i bags fiigar.
I'olU-K Court Mnttert.
Four Jopanose drunks received
tho usual fine.
Loo Choy was fined 825 for
chefa gambling. Two other Chi
nese wero fined $10 each for
Mrs. Dickson was on trial this
morning on the chaigo of mali
ciously and without warrant of
law poiffoning threo Irish setter
pups, the property of. it. J.
Oitveimugh, of the combined valuo
of 90. After the tofttimony was
all iu tho Court roseived its do
uision until tomorrow.
OUTLINE OF THE TREATY
SUHNrAXTIAI,I,Y THE iiamhihon
Cntln Tor the l'nyment of o I, irco
Animal Income to the Ex-
New York, February 18.
William O. Smith, Attorney-General
of Hawaii, is on his way to
Washington with a treaty which
will be submitted to tho now Ad
ministration in tho namo of tho
Hawaiian republic. I ho treaty
is said to bo almost identical in
its provisions with that negotiated
by ox-President Harrison, of
which tho following wero tho
Article I Tho Government of
tho Hawaiian islands hereby i
cedes from tlio ante or tlie ex
ohaugo of ratifications of this
treaty, absolutely and without re
sorvo to tho United States,forever,
all rights of sovereignty of what
soever kind in and ovor tho Ha
waiian islands and their do
pondcnoioSj renouncing iu favor
of tho United States ovory sov
oroign right of which as an inde
pendent nation it is now possess
ed; and henceforth said Hawaiian
islands nud ovory island and key
thereunto appertaining, and each
and ovory portion thereof, Bhall
become nn integral part of tho
Articlo 2 The Government of
the Hnwaiian islands also cedes
and transfers to the United States
absolute feo and ownership of all
public Government or Crown
lands, public buildings or edifices,
ports, harbors, foitifiuations, mili
tary or naval equipments nnd all
other publio property of every
kind and description bolouging to
tho Government of tho Hnwaiian
islands, together with every right
nud appuitonanco thereto apper
taining". Existing laws of tho
United States relative to public
hauls shall not apply to such
lands iu tho Hawaiian islands, but
tho United Slates shall onact
special laws for their management
and disposition; provided, that all
rovouuo from tho proceeds of tho
samo, oxcopt as regards such part
thereof as may be used or occu
pied for civil, militnry or naval
purposes by tho Uuitod Stntos. or
may bo assigned to tho use of tho
local Govorumout shall be nsed
solely for tho benefit of tho inhab
itants of tho Hawaiian islands for
educational nud other publio pur
Artiolo 3 Theoxisting Govern
ment and laws of tho Hawaiiun
islands are hereby continued, sub
ject to tho paramount authority
of tho United States until Con
gress shall othorwiso provido. Tho
President, by aud with tho advice
and coupout of tho Senate, Bhall
appoint a commissioner to reside
iu said islands, who shall have
powor to veto any act of said Gov
ernment, aud tho act disapproved
by him shall thereupon be void
aud of no effect unless approved
by the President. Congress shall
within ono year from tho exchange
of intificatiouBof this treaty, onact
necessary legislation to extond to
tho Hawaiian islands tho laws of
the Uuitod States respecting du
ties upon imports, tho internal
rovonue, commorco and naviga
tion; but until Congress shall oth
orwiso provido, existing commer
cial telations of tho Hawaiiau isl
ands, both with the United Stntos
and foreign couutries, shall con
tinuo. Articlo 4 Further immigration
of Ohiuoso laborers into the Ha
wniian islands is horoby prohi
bited until Congress shall othor
Articlo 5 Tho publio dobt of
tho Hawaiiau islands, lawfully
existing at tho dato of tho ex
chungo of ratifications of this
treaty, including tho nmount duo
to depositors in tho Hawaiian
Postal Savings Bank, is heroby
assumed by thoGovorumontof tho
Artiolo (J Tho Government of
tho United Slates agrees to pay
Liliuokalani, tho late Queon, with
in ono year from tho date of ox
ohaugoof ratifications ofithis trea
ty, tho sura of 20,000 and annual
ly thereafter a like sum of $20,000
during the torm of hor natural
luo, provided sho in good faith
submits to tho authority of tho
Govornmont of tho United States
and tho local govornmont of tho
islands, nnd the Government of
tho United States ftuthor ngieosto
pay to Princess Kaiulani, within
ono year from tho date of exchange
of ratifications of this treaty, the
gross Bum o( $150,000, provided
sho in good faith submits to tho
authority of tho United States.
Artiolo 7 merely provides for
tho ratification of tho treaty.
Stop That Pain !
Why look so dejected and
Oh your heud nches does
it? Well, then wo arc pleased
to know thnt wo can assist
Wo don't ask you to re
strict yourself from eating
things !i .t you feel you need
and it u-1 have. Nor do wo
say tlim you must take ab
solute ntt nnd abandon seeing
your friviids and indulging in
All that we advise is that
you obtain a box of tho now
remedy for Ifcadncho. Itsname
is HEADINE, a perfectly
harmless preparation put up
in powders not unpleasant to
It lws cured others and will
It is not a catch ponny pre
paration, but 'Mi the coutrar'
reliable and sofe.
Drop into our store nnd ob
tain FK1SE OF CIIARGE a
samplo of Headino. A trial
will convince you.
Bo sure that you do not
confound the name with that
of othur preparations with
Wo are Solo Agents.
Hoilister Drug Co.
SCHMIDT & SONS'
The school youngster Is
happiest wlieu the care of
his clothes doesn't bother him.
Putting together wear
rtsiatlng fabric In a wear
resisting manner Is our
contribution to the youngster's
happlneBg. The pricing adds
to pupa's happiness.
9 Hotel Street : : WaYGrlGy BlOClC
Stwimers of the obove Line romriug in connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Botween Vancouver, B. 0., nnd Sydney, N. B. v, nnd calling at Victoria. B. O.
Honolulu nnd Suva (Fiji),
he :dt3 a? --o-OLxrXiXr
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
From 8jrilny nl Sum, for Victoria and I From Vlcthrla and Vancnurer, B. O. to
VaneoitTor. II. C.I Sinn and Sy(ln.T1 '
Stuir "WAIUUMOO" March 24 Btmr "MIOWEItA" n.iy, ,
Btnir"MIOWEHA" April 24 Btmr "WAIUUMOO".. . Ai.ril 1
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" May 24 Stmr "MIOWEltA". jV"' ,2
Stmr "MIO WEKA" Juno 24 Stmr "WAIUUMOO'' . . . . .'.'." .'.'.'.Juno 16
Through TlckctH issued from Honolulu to Ctinadn,
United States nnd Europe.
FBEtoni AND l'ASflEKailU AOENTS!
D. MoNicoll, Montreal, Ciinadu.
RonEitT Keiui, Winnipeg, Canada.
M. M. Stbiin, Snn 1'ranckcn, Unl.
G. JIoL. Bmowm, Vf,npouvor, B. O.
Anstralian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
Tho New nnd Fine Al Steel Steamship
" Zealandla "
Of tho Owanio Steamship Company will
Iw dno at Honolulu from Sydney and
Aucklaud on or about
And will leave for the above port with
Mails and I'nesengerg on or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:
luo ,Tew nud Fine Al Stce Steamship
Of the Oconnic Steamship Company will
bo due at Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
And will have prompt despatch with
Mails and-l'assengors for tho above ports.
The undersigned are now prepared
TIiroiiRh Tickets to AU L'oints
in tho United Slates.
CFor fnrthcr particulars regarding
Freight or Passage npply to
WM. G. IHWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTR
from S. P.
for 8. P.
March 2. 1897 March 10, 1807
Much CO, 1807 April 7, 1807
From San Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. San Prancisco.
lrrne Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Alauieda, Mo 11, '07 I Z.alundh, M t, '07
Mariposa. April 8, '07 Moana, April 1, '97
Notico Ib horoby given to Depo
sitors in tho Snviugs Department
of Clans Spreckcls & Co.'s Bnnk,
Hint on nnd nftor April 1, 1897,
all interest on tlioir doposits will
Savings Depositors mny with
draw thoir accounts without giv
ing previous notice or thoy mny
loavo snmo in our Bank on call.
Olaub Srnr.CKKL8 & Co.
Honolulu, ITob. 17, 1897.
Office To Let,
At 207 Merchant Street.
Peerless Preserving Paint Company,
Tj. E, Trney will nn Monday remove
front- hla piesent qiuitern Fort nnd
Hotel to 408 Fort street, In the "mild
inu formerly occupied by Hpnry PttvlH
tho grocer. s 630 lW
Oceanic Siewliip Co.
EST for Freight nud Pasango and all
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for tho Hawaiian Inlands.
Hers Steamship Co's
Will leave Honolulu at 10 A. m., touching at
Lnhaiua, Maiilaea Bay and Mkena the
name days Mohukona. Knwaihae nnd Lnn.
pahoehoo the following diiy, arriving at
Hilo the same evening.
HATIg nOBOLPHr. ABRIVKS ttOBOLOLU.
'Friday Mar. 6
Tuesday Mar. 16
Friday Mar. 2(1
Friday... ..Mar 12
Tuesday.. .Mar. 23
Friday April 2
Tuesday... April 13
Tneilny April 0
Itcturning. will leave nilo at 1 o'clock
p. m., touching at Lanpahochoe, Mahn
Itonn and Kawalliao bouc day; Makuiin.
Maaliiea Hay und Lnhaiua th" following
day; arriving at ilonoluln the afternoons
of Inesday and Fridaya.
Will cil) at rohoiki, I'nna.
WrIo Freight will bo received uftei
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tnesday nt 6 p. m.i
tonchiug at Kahului, Hana, Hamoaand
Kipahulu, Maul. Itetnrniug arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nun, Eaupo, on second trip
of each month.
fiSSNo Freight will be received after
r. m. on day of sailing.
, This Company will rosorves the right to
mako changes in thtf tinio of departure and
arrival of its steamers without notico and" '
ii win uoi ue rcspousinie lor any conse
quences arising therefrom.
Consignees must he at the Landings to
receive their Freight; this Company will
not hold Itself responsible for freight after
it has been lauded.
Livo Stock only at owner's risk.
This Company will not bo responsible
for Money or Valuables of passengers
unless placed in the care of Pursers.
Passengers ore requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. ThOhO failing to
do bo will bo subject to nn additional
eharge of twenty-live per cent.
Just Received -
Gold und Silvorwuro,
Crockery nnd Ivnrywnio,
White Grass Cloth, Mattings, t
AVicker und Btouiner Chairs.
Cigni-d, Etc., Etc.,
WING WO TAT & CO..
214 Nnnauu Btrcot, Honolulu.
N. F. BURGESS
Lawn Mowers, Garden Hose,
In fact all kinds of Toola, aud doe4 nearly
all kiuda of work t ti fit anyone leimirus.
3i. Work called for and returned by
LAWN MOWERS TO LET.
iy Remember we do work cheap this
Hawaiian Quintette Club.
Will provido Firat-claBs Musio for Re
ceptions. rici.ioi.LuauR, Grand Dalln, etc.,
etc. All orders given prompt attention.
gJ9" Leave orders with ,fKa UaloOiwi"
W. W. Ulmond, or to Cain D. Wiliokai,
111 Richards street. flC-lra
Book and Job Printer
Morohnnt Streot, Honolulu, H. I,
jvoi ixiMvuuuu nnwsuompany 8 j
my IB.- v
The Evening Ilulletin, 7G cents'
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