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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 8, 1897.
NEWS OF OUR PORT
"IVILIIKK STEAmNIIIl KINAl! I'ltO.U
TUB tllU ISLAND.
StrmiK-r IIpIciip In Null Tomorrow
Iarii)crrH Arrltrd Hiid Irtnrt
fit Wnlcrlrniit Joltlnca.
A whaling bnrk was cruising off
The barkentino S N Castle has.
inovod into tlio stream.
Tbo bnrk Santiago wns the only
vessel at Ililo when tbo Kinau
Tbo Bteamer Kinau will leave at
10 a in Friday ou tbo regular
Tlio schooner Fred E Sunder
lias finished discharging, and in
lying in the stream.
Dickey Davis, freight clerk of
the steamer Kinau, lias been trans
form! to tbo Helouo.
Tbo new steamer Ilcleno will
leavo at 5pm tomorrow for OIo
walu and Laupnboeboo.
Tbo barkentiuc Georgo C Per
kins has arrived at Muhukona to
lorul sugar for tlio Const.
Captain Fitzgerald, formerly of
the Hawaii, will be commander of
the new Wilder steamship Heleno.
The James Makeo for Kapna,
Noeau for Kilauea and Keaulmu
for Hauainoulu, all leave nt 1 to
day. Tbo bark Fantasi is discharging
coal at the Railroad wburf and the
bcboouer Honolulu is loading
Tbo Gerniau bark J C Glado
arrived safely at Knbulni in tow
of the steamer Likoliko yosterday
Tomorrow, high tide largo -1: 8
a m; high tide small 4:50 a m; low
tide large 10:30 a m; low tido small
10:40 p m.
Captain Tullett of the James
Mnkoo reports good weather nt
Kauai. Tboio is much sugar on
the Garden Tslo to bo Bhippud if
not "to burn."
Tlio Wilder lino steamship Ki
nnu ciimo in this morning. Cap
tain Clarke reports improved
went her at the "Big Island." The
Kinau brought a full cargo of isl
and produce and a largo passeng
Japanese interpreter Chester
Doyle and Port Surveyor Goo C
Stiatemoyer wont to tbo Quaran
tine Island today. They will re
main tbero uutil the trouble con
cerning the last batch of Japanese
iminigiauts is investigated.
Lieutenant A C Baker, of the U
S S Aleit, reports that the Hawai
itui Government has established a
light on Niuini point, north side
of Xawiliwili bay, Kauai island.
The light is fixed white, elovated
75 feet abovo tbo sea unci visible
12 inilohin cleai weatbor. Approx.
position: Lat, 21 57' U5" N;
Long. 159 3 20' 20'' W.-P O Ma
Mauukona, March 1.
The John G Noitli arrived at
Honoipu on Thursday from Ililo,
wlnre sho discharged a cargo of
lumber eoiiBiY'iied to CE Iticlwrd
soii. Shu takes sugar and is bound
for San Francisco.
The brigantino J D Sprockets
loft Mnbukoiiu on the 18lh with a
full load of sugar and ?i!J bngs
coffee bonud for San FinucUco.
The J D Spreckels made tbo round
trip from Muhiikonn to 'Fiinco
an I ictiiin iu 28 duy on her Ittbt
"W Hookuauui, storekeeper at
Kawaihoe, nl wopk launched bis
Bchoonor which bus been building
for several mouths. Ho will trado
between ports on Hawaii. Bill
bus tlio best wishes of all, as ho is
cortainly dosoiving of success.
The now craft will bo named the
The bark Santiago and the
schooner Bartlelt left San Fran
cisco on Fob 9 at an interval of
two hours, and they both arrived
iu Hilo on Feb 19 two hours
apart, 10 days from 'Frisco, never
having seen each other on the en
tiro trip. Both vessels aro takiug
sugar at Hilo for Sau Francisco,
From Kauai, porBtrarKeauhou,
March 3 0 Olmsted and 10 deck
From Hawaii nnd Maui, per
etmr Kinau, March 3 Miss Gold
etoin, N l(obiiis, Miss Thome,
Miss Donnelly, Mrs Clevoland
nnd daughter, G P Lord and wife,
A E Kneser, G It Thome, G F
Meyer nnd wife, Mrs Webber, Mrs
MiieKUell, Prof Webber, MiH L
Wilholin, Mim E Lyons, W G
Reed, E E Potter, Mrs Nawabi,
Mtb L A Like, N Satoyama, Ed
Scoville, J Crane and wife, Mrs
W A Hardy, Miss Johnston, W W
Goodalo, H Wilder, P Pock, W W
Brunor, J Joinor, S Pnrkor, MJbs
Barnard, Miss Mulliuger, Obas
Notloy, M D Monsarrat, Mrs
Buchanan, T R Keywortb, IJ P
Walton,J W Bargstrom, Count do
Korgolay, Miss Williams, A Shep
pard and wife, MiBS Sheppard, C
Von Hamm-, R Gardener, A G
Himo, Ed Schott, Capt J Ross,
J F Brown, Mrs Ward, J Ronton,
LAOParisb, O B Dwigbt, OH
Fairer, M Decker, B Peterson, Col
G S Moore, and 75 deck passeng
ers. PASSEKOntS DEPARTED.
For Kauai, per stmr Mikahala,
March 2--A Q M Robortson,Judgo
Carter, Antono Rosa, Lylo A
Dickey, J A Magoon, G A Davis,
O R Dement, Geo Fairobild, J W
Jones, Dr Huddy and Robert Nol
sou. For Maui, por stmr Olaudino,
March 2 OB Sumner, Miss Corn
well, J 11 Goodhue, Dr W F Mo
Conkoy, Akanaliilii, Awana, J L
Carter, J R Higby, Mary Zim
merff, Miss V Monioe, Mrs A Mo
uaso and Dr Derby and wifo.
Weummiut, Mar. 3.
Stmr Klnnti, Clarke, from Iluuatl ami Matit.
Stmr Kvuuliou, Thompson, from Knual.
SlmrJ111111.it MuKte, Tullett, Hum Kauul
Tuesuay, .Mar. S.
stun Wul.ilculv, PatKir, foi Ivapaa.
8tmr Mlkalial.i, 1 hampson, forXawlllnlll,
Ilmiamaiilu mid Kolo.i
Stmr W (i Ilnll, ilnuluml, for Hleele, liana
pepe, MakanUI, Vulmcn nml Kekalin.
dlmr CUikUuc, Cameron, for Muul.
Wedneiiiay, Mar. S.
Stmr Iunlnul, fliegory, fur Lnlialtu, Bono
Wis anil KuUulliui'lu.
Scar Mol Wnliinc, for l'aaullo.
VKHHEI.8 LEAVING TOMOMtOW.
Stmr Ilfkiic, Fltgerald, for Olowalu and
Am bktn Irmgnnl, Scliraldt, for San Fran
lUco. OAltOOES FltOM ISLAND POUTS.
Tt Mmr Kcnulioii 4017 bajjasuar, 4 pack
ages sundries and I dux.
Ex stmr Jumia Makie 2ll9 bags sugar,
SSI) bug rke, 4J udlt hides, and sundry pock-
Ex stmr Kinau 11,7.13 tiac u:ar, 02 bam
codec, Hi bills hides, 113 bugs fpuds, 03 bgs
corn, 51 liojrs, and bU pkgs sundries.
THOMPSON In Honolulu, MarchH, ISD7, to
tin- wire of Captain V F Thompson, a
l'UnCHAItD-AtS'ipt.lo, licnln, AVest t
ilea, on lYbruurj 1', while lu m-lion,
l.lcuteiiant-CoiiiinnnkrCliin K I'rltchnrd,
H N, enmuiaiiiliii II M A Alecto,
.iioki I'.Mtv siAYi:jfi:xr.
iliiUfJ I'.illlimr ir in llm .tlnrtullly
According to Agent Rey
nolds' mortuary lepoit the death
rate iu this city foi lubt month is
tho lowest in livo years and less
tlnin half of that of tho correspon
ding month of last year. Tho
total deaths in this city last
month woro 38, of whom 2 wore
nou-residents. There wero 7
deaths from heart discasojconvul
Mons canned 5; consumption and
fever H oach; bronchitis, exhaus
tion, old age and suicide 2 each.
Tbero is a maikod falling oil' of
deaths from infantile cholera and
dyseutory. Tbero was one death
from diowuiug nnd one from in
juries sustained by accident.
Of the 158 who died 12, or near
ly U3 per cout, diod without any
medical attention whatever, a fact
which would seem to call for the
intervention of tho Coronor or the
"Board of Health.
Anchoied is what tbo man said
wbon he dropped into tho Anchor
Saloon. Why? said Iub friend.
Because you can always get a
cool refreshing drink served by
gentlemanly attendants, and if
you happen to drop in during
lunch hour you will bo regaled
with solids us well as liquids. In
fact tho lunch nt the Anchor is
said by many to bo tlio best in
towu. Tho celebrated Seattlo
beer is ou tap. It is sparkling
and ice cold. Tbo liut-st of winos
nnd lin Horn in town nrl'i t'o bo had
i at this pupulur lo&ort.
tbo Bicycling fovor, catches
you (or you catch it) wo would
liko a cbanco to proscribo for you,
not that we oxpoot to effect a euro,
only to soil you a wondor in
This is what ono of tbo Hawaii
an College boys writos to bis fath
or rogardiug the beat wheel to buy
for bis sister: "I bold tho Ramb
ler second to none in the country
(the U. 8.), and if anyone can
show a wheol which has travolod
as many miles as miuo lias with
as little exponse as miuo I would
vory muoh liko to boo it. Be
sides changing tho gear from G4
to 70 and tho saddle to ono of later
pattorn my entire oxpenso for tho
wheel has boon fifty conts. That
I think is n protty good record,
don't you? lam vory much afraid
that my tires, tho samo onos I got
ou tbo machine, will not last me
through tho next season. They
aro almost worn through all over.
It will cost mo from S12loSlG
to got now tiros put on, but it is
legitimate wear. I never know a j
pair of tires to wear as long" and '
as well aB these have, considering!
tlio amount or travol. When you
consider that they havo traveled
aa fur as from Clovoland, O., to
Honolulu, ovor all sorts of roads
and paths, you will seo that they
must needs woar some."
Tho abovo opinion you will ,
find to bo tbo opinion of about
every rider of a Ramblor in this '
city, and tbero aro a lot of Ramb-i
lor ridors hero. Our trouble has'
been to got enough wheels, tho
makors not realizing that wo want
'!)7 stock beforo tlio snow has
melted in their country. By the'
Australia this wook wo received 7(
ladi-.' v, heels, nnd &ix f Hium wo!
havo sold. By tbo Miowora mail '
wo ordered 20 Ramblors nnd by
this wook's mail wo aro ordering 5
more, and wo havo ordors in for 2
Racers, so by roturn Australia wo
will havo 27 Ramblers, and in fut I
tiro wo do not propose to lose tho '
sale of any wheols by not haviug
them on hand. Romomber that
tho Rambler is fitted with the only
tiro that has proved entirely satis
factory iu this country, tho great
"G. & J." Thoro aro imitations to
this tiro to bo found bore, but if
you don't find it out when you buy
them, you will after you havo used
them a while, to your sorrow. Tho
genuine "G. it J." tiro is to bo had
only at tho Rambler Agency, and
thoro you cau got the right article,
"When uThe Fevex'"
tho bicycling fever
Buy a RAMBLER.
E. 0. Hall & Son
The tcliool youngster Is
happiest when the care of
his clothes (locsnt bother him.
Putting together wear
resiBtlug fabric iu u weur
reaUthig manner is our
contribution to tho youngster's
happiness. The prlolng adds
to papa's lmpplnefa.
9 Hotel Street : : WayerlGy BlOGlC
We Mako Shirts to Order.
Stop Thai Pain !
Why look bo dejected and
Oh your head aches does
it? "Well, then wo are pleased
to know that we can assist
We don't ask you to rer
strict yourself from eating
things that you feel you need
and must havo. Nor do we
say that you must take ab
solute rest and abandon seeing
your friends and indulging in
Al! 1; n we advise is that
you t li' i n u box of the new
remedy t..r Jeadncho. Itsnamo
is HEADINE, a perfectly
harmless i uparation put up
in powtlris not unpleasant to
- It has cured others and will
It is not a catch penny pre
paration, but on tho contrary
reliable and safa.
Drop into our store and ob
tain FREE" OF CHARGE a
sample of lleidine. A trial
will convince 'ou.
3Bf Miro thBt you do not
confound tho name with that
of other preparations with
Wo arc Solo Agents.
Holllster Drug Go,
A feature of aluminum waro
is the oasf with which it is
cleaned. No mutter how dark
it may "got over the firo, a pinch
of soda in the water in which
the utensil is washed will clean
it as bright as polished silver.
The impression has gone forth
that aluminum will not stand
hard knocks. This is a mis
take, because when it sustains
such injuries as usually happen
tin pans, etc., just push it back
in place and it is as good as
Mauufacturers have so add
ed to the list of articles that
thoro aro few things used in
tho kitchen that aro not inado
of it. We havo a largo stock
of this ware, nnd a large as
sortment, a partial list of which
is here given:
Saucepans, Fry Pans, Pre
serving Kettles," Tea Kettles,
Coffee Pots, Tea Pots, Tea
Steepors; Gallon, Quart and
Pint Measures; Collapsible
Cups, Cocktail and Lemon
ade Shakers, Funnels, Dip
pers, uako .fans, lJenection
Cako Pans, Lemonado Sal
vors, Muffin Tins, Corn Cako
Pans, Bread Tins, Rico Boil
ers, Drip Pans, Cako Plates,
Dish Pans, Perfection Cake
Plates, Broad Mixers, Chafing
Dishes, Lemon Squeezers and
210 King Htreet.
Difficult Collections a Specialty
Evening Bullcli" 76c per months
oieHmcrB oi iue bdoyo uino running in oonnoouon Willi tne A t '
CANADIAN PACIFIC HAILWA ,v
Botwecn Vancouver, B. O., and Sydney, N. 8. W., nnd calling at Viotorio, TJ. O.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
On or nbout tho dates
From Sjttnej nnd Bnm. for Victoria and
Vancouver. II. C.t
Stmr"WAKRIMOO" March 24
Btur "MIOWUtA" April 24
Stmr "WAUIUMOO" Mny24
Stmr "MIOWLIU" June 24
Through TicketH Issued from Honolulu to Can ad a,
United States nnd Europe.
FltBIOIIT AND rABSENQEll AOBNTS!
D. MoNiooLL, Montreal, Canada.
ltoiiBUT Kriui, Winnipeg, Canada.
JJ. 31. Stkiin, Sim Fmncieco, Cal.
G. McIj. Biiow;:, Vancouver, B. O.
- Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
The New nnd Fiue Al Steel Steamship
" Zealandia "
Of the Oecnnio Steamship Compnnr will
ho dn? nt Honolulu from Sydney and
Auckland on or about
March 4, 1897.
And will leave for the above port with
Mnil3 nnd Pasfengers on or nlxjut that
For Sydney and Auckland:
The tfev.' und Fine Al Steo Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due nt Honolulu from San Francisco
ou or about
Mavoli 11, 1897. -
And will Iinvo prompt despatch with
Mails and l'tisseiiKcrs for tho nlovo ports.
The untlersiguiHl arc now propared
ThronRh Tickets to All Points
in tlio Tnitfid Slates.
G3"For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arrive Honolulu Lenvi Honolulu
from H. F. for S. F.
March 2. 1807 March 10, 1897
Mnrch SO, 1807 Aptil 7, 18U7
From San Francisco
From Sydney for
Alameda, Mc 11. '07 Zertlundh, M"4, '07
Alnriposn, April 8, '07 j Mo.iua, April 1, '07
Savings : Bank
Notice Jb lioroby given to Depo
sitors in tho Suviuys Department
of Glaus Spreckels & Co.'s Bank,
that on nml after April 1, 1897,
all interest on their iloposits will
Savings Depositors may with
draw their accounts without giv
ing previous notice, or thoy may
leave samo in our Bank on call.
Glaus Spheokelb & Co.
Honolulu, Fob. 17, 1897.
Office To Let,
At 207 Merchant Street.
Peerless Prcsciriiig Paint Company.
L. E. Tracy will on Monday remove
from Ills presPlit quitters Fort and
Hotel to 403 Fort Mrt'ct, In thn hullil
lug formerly occupied by Henry Davis
tho grocer. - 539 lw
Oceanic Steamsmii Co.
bcloir Btated, viz.:
From Victoria and Vancouver, 11. C, (a
Hurs and Bjdnert
8tinr"MIOWEHA March 16
btmr "WA1UUUOO" April!
Stmr "MIOWEltA" May ifl
Stmr ''WAHimrnn wl
Stmr "WAIUtlMOO" ...Juno 16
GT For FrciRht and rnssogo and nil
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for tboHnwaiionlfilunds.
Hen Stcwliip Co's
Will leave Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching at
Lnbniun, Maalacn Uay and Mwkena the
samo day; Mohnkonn. Kawoihae and Lau
tmhoelioe tho following dny, orrivlng at
Hilo tuo samo evening.
J.XK7KB HOBQLPt.u. ARRIVES UOKOtUtU.
"Friday Mar. 5
Tuesday Mar. 10
lutaday., .Mar. 23
nuay lar. 20
laesday April 0 Tnemluy... April 13
Beturning, will l.ave Hilo at 1 o'clock
I". m., touching at Laupnhcehoo, Mahu
kona and Kawnilino nann iHy Jtnkptm
Maalaea Hay aud Labaina tho ollowinu
day; arrivinK ot Honolulu the uftcruoona
of lucsday and Fridays.
" Will call at Pohoikl, Puna.
WTKo Treight will bo roccivod after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leavo Ilonolulu Tuesday nt Sr.iti s'
touchlnc at Kahulnl, Hnna, Uamoaand
Kipahulu, Maui. Iloturulng arrives at
Ilonoluln Sunday morning
Will call at Nnu, Kanpo, on second trip Cn
of each month.
ILVKo Freight will be received after
P. M. on ctiy of sailing.
This Company will rcccrvoi tho rfulit to
make changes in tho time of doparture nnd
arrival of its Hteatuors without notico and
it will not he responeiblo for anvcouse
qnenceg arising therefrom.
Consignties must bo at tho Landings to
recelve their Freight; this Company will
not hold itself responsible for freight after
it has been lauded.
Live Stock only at owner's risk.
This Company will not be responsible
for Monoy or Valuables of passengers
unless placed iu tho caro of Pursers.
PaihenKers are requested to purchase
tickets beforo embarking. Those fulling to
do so will bo subject to an additional
charge of twenty-live per cent.
Gold nnd Silvorwaro,
Crockon and Ivory wu re,
White Grahs Cloth, Muttinpa,
"N'iukfr iniil bteiitncr Oliniro.
Cignrd, lite, Etc.,
WING WO TAI & CO.,
214 Nunanu Sticet, Honolulu,
N. F: BURGESS
Lawn Mowers, Garden Hose,
In fact all kinds of Tpols, and doej nearly
all kinds of work tlmt anyone icquires.
EV. Woik callod for and returned by
ringing up" '
LAWN MOWEItS TO LET.
J0 Itemember wo do work cheap this
Book and Job Printer
Morohant Stroot, Honolulu, H. I,
Ovor Hawaiian News Company's
Book Storo. mv 18,
Hawaiian Quintette Clnb.
Will provide First-class Musio for Ite
coptions, Pionloi,Luaus, Grand Halls, etc,
etc. All orders given prompt attention.
W Leave orders with "Ka uloOiw,
W. W. Dimond, or to. Cain D, Wlllokai.
Ill ltichards street. - 615-ltn
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