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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 4, 1897.
WW' I lll"W"MitllIHHmwwllIWHIIiitlWlllplinw
wharf m wave1 "AJaM5Kl::! J S Walker
, initio her voynuc. I " V ff GiJ .&.C1 1
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
1TKT1S 01' INTKIILST CAI'Tltlll'.ll
Sealliii: Srliociiier lit IlUtrcnv nrk
culliie Iriugaril Outunrd llouiid
AlouK the 'lti I'rnlK.
Tlio British ship Scinnntha is
londingEwasuijar at tho lluilroml
Tbo Knnla leaves nt ! p in for
Ealiukn nnd the AVninlciilo tho
sumo hour for Lahnina.
Tomorrow, hih tide large -1:30
n iu; high tide sinull u;30 a in; low
tide large 10:50 n m; low tide small
Mr Crowlcy,oriucrly chief mnto
ou tho rnissionnry vpsm1 Morning
Star, came from the Const m the
Mr Morton of tho Appraiser's
department is nctiug ns Port Sur
veyor whilo Mr Geo Strnteineyor
is nt Qnnrnutiuo Islnud.
Tho American bnrk S 0 Allen
bogiiu loading sugar for Sun
Francisco today. She has been
lying iu this port for many weeks.
Captiiu Luuij EvltcII has re
turned to tho Kiuau as first oliiccr,
Mr McDonald, formorly mnto of
the Hawaii, taking command of
A largo nmount of sugar nnd
bananas awnits the IS S Zenlandia
nt tho Pacific Mnil whnif. Tho
liner is now duo from tho Colonies
on her way to the Couot.
Tho whnling vessel reported
jnetotdny was tho John Winthtop.
The skipper was ashore to get
mail brought by the S S Austra
lia utjil tu lrj to sull outo oil.
This forenoon, tho bnrkentino
Irmgard departed for San Fran
cisco. Her cargo wns ns follows:
Do'JG bags sugar shipped by F A
Schaofer & Co, 5100 bags by T U
Davies fc Co, 5721 bngs by C
Brewor & Co, and 1200 bags by
Caetlo & Cqoke. Totnl vnluo of
There hns been more or less
trouble aboard tho American ship
May Fliut since her arrival at this
port, between tho officers and sail
ors. Ye3torday several seamen
assaulted the first mate, using him
ratherly roughly to Hay Mm least
One of tho fellows was arrested
and landed in jail. Last night two
men deserted, swimming up to
Oceanic dock. They wore- "pulled
in" by tho polico uptown this
morning. For about a week past,
soveral polico have boon stationed
aboard tho big vessel to keep the
ciew straight, and there will hko
ly bo need of reinforcements bo
foro tho (.hip is ready to sail, as
tho "tars" aro surely bent on mak
ing us much tioublo as they can.
Though it is porsiblo the officers
aro paitly to blaino for the row, it
is well known thnt most seamen
liavo an aversion for a trip round
Schooner Allien Xncilutinltl
Yesterday afternoon the British
sealing schooner Agnes Mncdo
nald, hailing from Victoria, B. 0.,
arrived at our port. Her gonial
skipper, Cuptiiiu Culler, reports
some hnd luck. Ho was 41 days
from Victoria on arrival here.
About GOO miles oil' the Amorionn
const a groat many seals wero boon,
but the weather was so vory bad
that tho boats wero not lowered.
Fourteen days ago, tho schoouor
sailed by these islaudn, bound for
the Japan seuliug wntors. In Lat
21 N nnd Loug 170 W tho
inddor carried away nnd other
damuge m dono dnriug stormy
weather. With the brokou rudder
a jury rudder was rigged, tho an
clior chains beiug used to opeiato
it with. Tho Macdonald's noso
was then headed for Honolulu.
While the vossol lay alongside
tho schoouor Jessio Minor at
Brewer's wharf this morning, a
small army of customs officers
inado a thorough searoh for "dope,"
but got nary a smell.
The Agnes Macdonald was built
nt Suolburno, N S, from a model
of Burgess, the well known do
signer. She has tho lines of a first
class yacht, and looks like "u
flyer." Hor skipper says she cnu
reel off fifteen knots in favorable
weather. Tho usual soaling outfit,
including six boats, is carried.
The crow numbers 25 men all told.
Some of tho best hunters in the
Pacilia uro among tho vessel's
Captain Cutler is a "bluo noso"
or Nova Scotian, ami h-is found a
number of old acquaintances in
this city. Tho schooner will be
From Kauai, per Btmr Waialo
ale, March i Judge A "W Carter,
Judgo J A Mngoon.
Weiinfsuay. Mar. 3.
Sltnr KnaU, Moslicr, (rum Oiliu norts.
lir tail tclir Agti.s Macdonald, Cullcr,finm
Am tv lils til. John Wlntliron, from n cruise.
Tui;iisiAl, Mari 4.
Btmr l.uliua, Maidntmld, from Hawaii.
Stmr tNninUnle, Parker, I'ioiq Kauai.
VnrnnAY, Mar. 3.
Sttnr Jntni MnUe, Tiillctt, for Karma.
Stmr Keaulum, Thompson, fortlanamaulu.
Btmr Xorau, Peterson, for Kihiuca.
Am ttlilk' blyJoUn Wlnllirop, for a cruUe.
Tiiuhsday, Mar. 4.
Am bktn Iringml, Schmidt, for San Fran
cisco. VESSELS LEAVING TOMOIUtOW.
Stmr Kinati, Clarke, for Muni and Ha
waii. oAnaoEs ntoM island ronTs.
Kx sttnr Walilculc 3200 bags sugar.
Kx stmr Kaala 'JU25 bas augar, 'U bags
Ex stmr Lcliua 8414 nags euj;r, 23 bead
cattlv, IS call eg, S tike; sundries.
VESSKI.d IN TOUT.
UPS Alert, Hiuifoid, Sau Fianclsco.
(Coasters not Included In tlilUM.l
Am sclir Robert I.ewtrs, (luudiunii, Ktw-'
Am o!ir Jiestc Minor, Wbltney, EurcKa,
fir Ilk HuulcnbCLk, ltodjjera, I.hcrpool,
Am blIu Fud E saiuler, Cailson, llukoduti,
Nle liktn vWrcstlcr, Nellson, Newcastle,
llr xciil sdir Allies Macdonald, Cutler, Vle-
toilu, Manli 3.
SS AUotralln, IloudUttc, Ban Frantl'to.
Jap 8 S tflilnslilu Mam, Kobe, Feb 7.
Ilr sblpSeniaiitlia, Crime, S F, Feb IS.
Nor bk Fantasl, Andirftn.Ncn castle. Fib24.
Haw tiK Koalle, MHti.Cbimalmua, Feb 21.
Aro bk S C Allm, Jolmsoii, 8 F.
Am iclir Transit, .Iorscnson,tJ K
(lir alilp Marie lljckfetd, Kruse, Bremen
Haw eclir Honolulu, 'lhiiiiacl, roiopllU.
Am skip Mi) Hint. Mckila, S F Feb 12.
Am sclir Aloba, Dubil, S F, Fib l'J.
Ilk C'ulltio, Kostir, Ncntastlc, Feb IS.
Haw lik Aiidnw Welch, Dicw, 8 F, Feb 20.
Am bktn 8 N Castle, Hubbard, 8 F, Ftb 25.
FOltEION V'FSSKI.S EXfECTEI).
VcaaelB licre Irom
Am bk Matilda, I't Ulakily,
Si lir Allen A. Ne Whatcom
Am bk 'Holland Llfht, Dejiartmu Hay;
88 valandla Sidney, Marcli 4
88 1'tru, . Yokohama March 7
MSUilnu SF Iaiih 11
88 AhineiU 8F Marth 11
8 s Ml iwi-ra, Vauiomer March IU
SSUlIkIc SF March 20
8 8 tit) of Illodu Janeiro, Yokohama. Mar2t
SS Ytuirlinoo, ..8dnc), ...,March21
Hk -imluolc Ncwscastlu ,.Feb2j
Ma bk Amy l'uruer,..Ne York Duo
Nic bk Dominion Newcastle Due
Oir lik l'uul lrinbcrc . .Uurpool l)uu
Schr I.ouls Newcastle
Ilk Nenabo) Newcastle
clir Nullity . ...New untie
Ilk Forluna Ncmattle
Bi'lir (iiiMni -Iioic ,.Nicastle
M'br II Iiilliul, . Nuuustle
bihr H'm liinsiltn.. ..N'tuiaslle
Schr Echo Ncutastle
An bktn 8(1 Wilder & F Duo
MilpKll Sutton 8 F Due
Am ship W rilibioik ...S F Dim
Haw bk Iolinl N'it York .... May 31
Am bk M-irllu Dala.....'. b F
8chr 01i;u Nuucaetle Mar SI
Am achr AlkeCnok.. I'liit Sound....
Schr Prosper l'rt (iuinblc. Duu
Hawaiian R. A. Oardnor,!!. O.
A. Peterson, 0. vou Hatnm, Maui;
Edgar Haletead, Waialua; J. W.
Buclor and wife, Ohicago; A. P.
Clarke, Eugene Jeinhoimer, J. N.
Murdouk, Mis. G. H. Holdou,
Now York; Mrs. O. Schumacher,
E. A. Preuss, Lots Angeles; Mm.
John 0. Kirkputrick, Miss Now
lauds, Mise iloll'iimn, Miss II. Y,
Sidney Smith, S. II. Uoardmau,
Southaul Hoffman Jr., San Pran
cihco: Thos. Blyth aud wife,
Charlie lilyth, Evanston, Wyo
ming; Mr. Kaesor and tourist
party returned from Volcano.
Arlington B. F. McOul'lough,
J. P. Gioom, Miss Alice Doming,
A. W. Kennedy, Sau PranoiBco;
J. B. Madden, Omaha, Nob.; Jou
nio Scott Wilson, J. II. Kirk
patrick, San Antonio, Texas;
Harold S. Ohanuing, Dr. Win. P.
Chauning, Pasadena, Cal.; Z.
Allqn, G5o. D. Mooro; Prof. T. A.
Kennedy, Mrs. T. A. Kennedy,
Loudon, Eng.; Wm. Travis, Lob
Angolos; W. W. Brunor, Laupa
hoehoe. In an interview in tho Call, Col
onel McLean is quoted as saying:
"Thoro is1 littln immediato need
now for the Hawaiian soldiery,
as tho old ho9tilo feeling among
tho natives has abated and annex
ation to tho Uuited States is gOn
oi ally tho modt hoped-for and
Ilns for Salo and Lenxe on
I. Largo Lot, MaklU sheet, fenced, 2SS
Q. Tini nn TTtnnn cfrnf I.Atttrlnn A1n..nt
and Knpioluul streets 140 feet froutago.
.J. Jbot on Luualilo streot between Alapai
and Ilaekfclil struets,
4. 3 largo LoIb on Prospect street.
C. Ilottso anil Lot on Green street be
tween Kapiolnnl anil Victoria.
H. 'rhATtlltMtnrv trnnnrn ndTlinmno'lUnal.
2 storiei anil embracing 5 (rented) stores
VU 1GUBVII (ruuiiii.
7. Lot corner of Klnun and Piikoi stroetn.
S. Itice Land at Walkane, Koolan.
9. Lot on coruer of Huulu and Kea
Ttdtiuonli rublflmina nf W A Ttnitrntt
anO lot of V. M. OifTinl huvliif;
irouiagu on ileum mrccl -uu loot.)
1 . 3 Cottages on Queen street near Punch
2. 3 Cltiiges ut Old W.,lltlkl.
3. Store nnd Dwelling, corner AVvllie
and Nuuuiiu, ready for occupancy.
4. Lot corner Merchant and HicliariN
Properties Managed, Collec
tior. of Rents, Loans Nego
tiated and Advances made on
JOHN S. WALKEK,
Sprcckela Block, Honolulu.
P. O. Box. 330. Tel. 331.
SCHliDT & SONS
Tito t-chool younRflter Is
ItHpiileat when the cure of
Ills clothes doesn't bollior 111 in.
I'tUtlng together wuar
rtnlltif; fuhrlo in a we'ir
resUtlnp; muntiur is our
contribution to tho youngsteY's
happiness. The pricing uiJdn
to pupa's lmpplnefcH.
9 Hotel Street : : f ayerlcy BlOCi
We Make Shirts to Order.
C. B. DWICrHT
Takes contracts for all kinds of STONE
WORK, monument work, cement and
stouo Hidownlks nnd curbing, I liars on
band tbo best Hawaiian Btone, Chinese
granite, eto. Fine stone for monumental
woik. Estimates givou aud lowest prices
UBuuroti. Tctcpuoue oj.s.
Thoroughly Tested by
3(o Suffering . 'During Treat
ment. &p Injurious After Effects.
$ip Loss of Time from busi
Improved physical condition,
absolute freedom from any
desire for Alcoholic stimu
lants. Length of time required for
treatment Three weeks.
Fees charged $100 for Alco
$40 for Tobacco.
NO CURE ! NO PAY !
Institute located in Arling
ton Cottage, Hotel Street,
All communications or in
terviews strictly confidential.
For further' particulars, ad
dress, Secretary Hagoy Institute,
Steamers of tbn above Line running in oonnootlon with the
CANADIAN PACIFIO RAILWAY .
Between Vancouver, B. O., and Sydney, N. S. W, nnd calling at Victoria, B, O..
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
.ISE X3TTB A.T 23r03SrOIjXJXjTr
On or about tbe dates below stated, viz.:
From Sydni'jr and Sura, for Victoria and
Vancouver. II. C.t
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" Marcb24
Stmr "MIOWEIIA" April 24
Strar "WAIUUMOO" May 24
Stmr "MIOWLltA" Jnuo 24
Through Ticket Issued from Honolulu to Cuiiiulu,
United States nnd Eiiropc.
rnnwriT asd rAESBxanit aobntb:
D. MoNiooll, Jlontrcnl, Cnnadu.
KonEnT Kfiiii, Winnipeg, Canada.
M. M. Stejin-
, Snn Frnncisco, Cal.
O. Jfclj. llnon s, Vancouver, 15. O.
Australian Mail Service,
,For San Francisco:
Tbe Now aud Fino Al Steel Steamship
" Zealandia "
Of tbo Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from Sydney and
Auckland on or about
March 4, lftJ)7.
Aud will leme for tho nbovo port with
Mails aud Passengers on or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tbo New and Fine Al Steo Steamship
" A lrtvirlrt "
Of the Oceania Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from Sim Francisco
on or nbaut
March 11, 1897.
Aud will hnvo prompt despatch with
Mails aud Pnsnouger for tho above ports.
The undersigned aro now prepared
ThrutiRh Tickets to All Points
in tho United States. t
E2?"For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passogo apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. 2?.
for S. F.
Murch2, 1807 March 10, 1S97
Muich.10, 1897 April 7, 1807
From San Francisco
From Sydney for
Alameda, a 11, "17 I Zealanilia, Mc-1, '97
Mariposa, April 8, '07 Moana, April 1, '97
Savings : Bank
Notice IB lioroby given to Depo
sitors in tho Savings Department
of Glaus Spreckols &, Co.'s Bank,
that on nud nftor April 1, 1897,
all intorest on their deposits will
Savings Depositors may with-
draw their accounts without giv
ing previous notice, or thoy may
leave samo in our Bonk o'n call.
CLAUB Sl'llEOKELH & Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 17, 1897.
Office To Let,
At 207 Merchant Street,
Peerless Preserving Paint Company,
210 King streot.
Difficult Collections a Specialty
Oceanic Stewi Co
Vrmn Victoria nnd Vnuronrffr. It. C,, to.
Him and Sydney)
Stmr"MIOWEA" Mareb 16
Stmr "WAlUtlMOO" AtirH IB
Stmr "MIOWEIIA" sW IB
Stmr "WAimlMOO" June 16
t3T For Freight nnd Pnssngo and nil
Qenerol Information, apply to
THE0. H. (lAVIPQ A rn iu
. uw., g. u
Agents for UioIInwniinnlHlnndR.
Witt Steamship Co's
O. L. Wicmr, Ptt. 8. B. HOSE, Boo.
Cnpt. J. A. KING, PortSupU
Will leave Honolulu at 10 a. M.,ouchlng at
Labaina, Manlaen Bay and Mok'euu the
same day; Jlnbukonn, Kawnihae nnil Lan-
Kihoclioo tho following day, arriving at
ilo tho samo evening.
LBAVIta nOWQLUt.U. j ARBIVXR H0W01UM7.
Triday Mar. fi I Trlilny. Mar. 12
Tuesday. ...Mnr. 10 Titesihy.. .Mar. 23
Friday Mar. 20 Friday April 2
"Tuesday April 0 Tuesday... April 13
Boturning, will loavo Eilo at 1 o'clock
P. M., toncliiog at Lnupahoeboe, Mnhu
kona and Kawailiau sninfl iHyj Makena,
Moulueu Pay and I.uh.iiLu thi .'oUuwiijg
day; arriving at Honolulu tbo afternoons
of luesdny and FriclajH.
Will call nt Pohoiki, Puna.
FNo Freight will bo received after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday at Cr. m.
touching at Kahului, IUna, Hamoaaud
jupiimu, lunui. xitiunuug arncs at
Houolula Sunday morning
u mi can at a
fun, Kaupo, on second trip
of eaoh nionlli
S?No freight will be received after
p. M. on day of Enillng.
I This Company will rosorves the right to
I make olmugbi iu the time of d 'pnrture nnd
i artiral of its steamers uithout intino and
u Mill not no roaponsilile for any conse
quences' arising thorofrom.
ConHifjiiBC? must bo at tho I nudiugs to
receive their Fright; this Company will
not hold itttlt itsponbililf for freight after
it hns been lauded.
Live Stock only at owner's risk.
Tliis Compuuy will not bo responsible '
for Money or Valuables of pahheugera
unless placed in tho care of Pursers.
Passengers nre requested to purchase
tickets before ouibarkmg. Thooo failing to
do so will lio subject to nn additional
charge of fweuty-tlvo por cent.
PEIl S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
H. J. ITolte, Proprietor.
Gold nnd Silvorwaro,
Orockory and Ivorj'waro,
Whito Grass Oloth, Mattings,
"Wicker nnd Stoamer Chairs,
Oigara, Etc., Etc.,
WING WO TAI & CO.,
214 Nunauu Street, Honolulu.
Tho undersigned Alexander Chls
liolm uuil John J Coutriilin, both of
Honoliilu, Iu the Rupublio of Huwail,
hereby give notice that they have en
tered Into partnership to carry ou the
buslnr8s...of "Siiildlera and Harness
Mukera'Mu Honolulu aforesaid under
the Hrm name of "Manufacturing
Harness Compiuiv" as from February
8,1807. ALEX. OHIHHOLU,
JOHN J. COUQHLIN.
Dated February 27, 1807. G47-3t
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