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EVENING BULLETIN, MAR0I1 9; 1897.
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HEWS OF WHARF AND Y AVE
FltO.1I WIII.Ili: SALT
IlrnJ. I'. rnrknrd ArrUcd from Japan
to I.uad Tor Men Turk The
Tho Mnunn Loa was tolophoued
20 miles oast ut noou.
Tho Btonmor Likeliko leaves at
1 p in totltiy fur Kukninu.
Tho steamer Kenuhou sails to
ilny at 3 p iu for Mnkawoli.
Tomorrow, high tide laryo 9:-l-l
p m; high tide small 8:0 n m; low
tido large 1:0 p m; low tido small
4:5 a m.
On the arrival of tho rem yes
terday tho wharf was cleared of
people, even reporters being
"fired out," by order of tho port
Tho S S Peru left at 1 p m for
Snu Francisco. Tho band en
livened things a bit with a it um
ber of tunes.
Tho May Flint will take 7D.G93
bags sugar, weighing 48oG tons,
to Now York. The sweet stull"
was shipped by "Win G Irwin &
Co to J D Spreckols & Bros Co.
At one o'clock this afternoon
the Hawaiian steel schooner Ho
uolulu sailed out of tho harbor
with hor first cargo of suyar,
bound for San Fiaucisco. Tho
sugar was shipped as follows:
18,uul bags by AVm G Irwin fc
Co, oOiiS bogs by II A Widomann,
5175 bags by M S Grinbauin .v
About 1 p in yestorday tho S S
Peru tied up at Pacific Mail dock.
She was a day behind fcehi'du!n.
Besides head winds during tho
passage, tho steamship did not
hso hor full steaming powor, the
propeller being in a temporary
stale of repiar. On tho last trip
to tho Orient, two blades of the
propeller wero lost. For Hono
lulu the Pom biought i:)l Chi
liese and 3U(J tons of freight. This
morning she took in 200 tons of
Tho American ship May Flint
will uotpnil until tomorrow morn
ing. Eight Japaneso liavo been
(shipped in place of deserters.
Several old "Gca dogs" wore criti
cising tho big vessel as che lay in
the stream yesterday. Ono said
ho didn't blume the sailors for
l unning away from such a vessel,
deckling that tho safest place for
tbi lookout would be on tho top
Sail yard, going round Cape
Tho American ship Benj F
Packard, JJickiusou mnstoi, ar
lived yestoiday afternoon from
Kobe, Jnpan, in ballaet. She is
to load sugar hero for Nr-w York.
Tho pasBno was made in 27 days,
five of which wero spent in sight
of tbeeo islands. Light and lmt
fling wiuds were hail during the
vovngo. Tho skipper was nccom
panied by his wife ond boy. Tho
latter is a smait littlo lad. He
Hhouls and sing like lhis r-uihm
Ho l:now& all tho different rnp.
of the rigging, and when oidered
by his papa to haul on the star
board main brae he goes ri.'lil to
it and works liko au old nuilor
that has been going to sen for a
lifetime. When told to "belay"
tho young salt otoys promptly.
From China and Japan, per
sttnr S 3 Peru, March 8 F f I
Fostor, J Jtalhton, C C E F bior
and Commander Count lLubedeff,
From Maui and Hawaii, per
stmr Milium Loa, Mar 9 Com
missioner A G S Hawos, O V
Dickey, B T Phillips, L P Lin
coln, Johu Harrison, E P Mc
Gnonoy, Miss Dora Todd, 0 Akau
and C2 deck passengers.
rSHENQ KUS DEPARTED.
For San Francisco, per S S
Peru, Mar !) W H Slovons, Miss
Alico Sweeno, E O Poltor, It C
L Perkins, Mr aud Mrs Lord,
Mrs Olovoland and daughter, P A
Falkonburgh, Mrs W V Dimond,
Mr ond Mrs Geo F Myors, Dr.
Ilaboror, Rov Gottwalss.
February G, an engineer of long
exporionco writes tho Puoifio
Hardwaro Co., as follows: " I
received your circulars concern
ing Vacuum Oil and as I have
used them since, having tho powor
of selecting my .own oil, I can
only echo tho Tacts which they ex
Monday, Mar. 8.
Schr Mol Walilne, from Faaullo, Hawaii.
Am thlp Dent P Packard, Dickinson, from
Tuuhsday, Mar. U.
Stmr Mauua Loa, Slmcrson, from Hawaii
Monday, Mar. 8.
Stmr Wuliilcalc, Parker, (or Knpaa.
Stmr Koala, Mother, for Onlm ports.
Stmr Mnkolll, NclUon, (or Molokal, Maul,
Stmr Kauai, Ilrulin, for Makanull. Walmea
Stmr Kllauca llou. Freeman, for Kukal.ui
atmr Noonu, lYlcrton, for Kllnuia, Kall
UIh aland ilamlcl.
Tuuiisiuv, Mar. 0.
8 S Peru, Frlelc, for Son Fraiielsco.
Haw tclir Honolulu, Tlniiiatrel, for Pan
Stmr lvvnlanl, (Jrogory, for L.ilialna, Hono
Wan and Kuhulliailc.
VESSELS LEAVINO TOMOltltOtf.
8 S Australia, lloudletle, lor San Fran
(Uco. Am ship May Flint, Nickels, for New
OAnaOES FIIOM ISLAND I-OUTS.
Ex schooner Mol Wahlnc -iM, baps sugar.
Ex stmr Manna Loa 5175 bass sugar, B81
bags coirce, 5S baRsavva, S8S bdls, hides, UU
head cattle, I! horses.
FOIIEION VF6Si:i.8 EXPECTED.
Vessels Wherctrom Due
Amhk Matilda, Pt lllakcly,
fclir Allen A, New Whatcom,
Am bk nhlntnl Llsht, Departure Uay,
St, China i F Mattli 11
S S Alameda 8 F Mnrch 11
8 S Ml )Wfia, .Vancouver. March pi
SbUelttlc 8F March JO
8 8 Lit ol Klodc Junclio, Yokohama, Mat 2.1
88 Wnrrlnioo, ...Sydney, ....March 21
Ilk iinimile Newcastle Due
Nic bk Dominion Newcastle Due
(hi bit 1'uui lrcuberu....i.li.iioul Due.
Schr Louis Newcastle
Hk NcHsboy Xcvvcutlle
Sclir Novelty Nen castle
Am siilp ltcaper. . . New castle
lil Koituua NencaMle Apr 0
8chr (ioUlen sliorc. ..NewcaMlo
Shr V It Talbot,... Nc castle
Sclir Wm Utmik'ii.. ..Newcastle ,.
Schr Echo Newcastle
Am ship IV I llducock ...8 t Duo
llaiv bk Inlanl New York .... May 31
Am bk Martin DivN SF
Schr Oljiu Newcastle MarHI
Am M'lir Alice Cook.. l'uiii't Sound....
Sclir Prosper Prt (tumble Due
am in. in uuaues i trochrr,...eivcasiie
Ilk Niiuanu N'ew York
VESSIILi IN ronr.
U 6 S Alert, llanford, from a cruise. Mar 8.
(Coasters not Included in this list.)
Am schr ltobert Lowers, (ioodraan, New
castle. Am schr Juste Minor, Whitney, Euiekn,
Ur bk lloulcnbcck, ltmliters, Liverpool,
Am schr Fred E Sander, Carlson, Hakodate,
XI: bkln Wresthr, Xctltou, Newcastle,
Ur cal fehr At;nei Macdonald, Cutler, Vic
toria, Muich :i.
Jap S S Sulii-hlu Mum, Kobe, Feb 27.
Hi thlp ticinantha, CioWc, S 1", Feb 11.
Nor lilt l'autnal, Andi'icu,NeHcatle. Fih24,
linn bk ltosulle, NUcu,(,'hi.Mualinus, Feb 31.
Am bk S C Aln, Johnson, a F.
Am Bebr Trau-ll, .forjeumin, rt f.
Am sehr Aloha. IUbel, S F, Feb 1U.
UU l alluo, Rosier, Neitcastle, Feb IS.
ilu bk Andiew Uihli, Di'ew, 8 F, Feb 2).
Am 'iklu o -i u-llo, iiubUiid,& F, Feb 25.
Am f hip E II Sulton, Carter, 3 F, .Mar S.
Am bktn s O Wilder, MeNi.ll, 8 F, MarO.
Am lik Amy Turner, Wullen. N Y, Mr 7.
vni iil) Uiiij F I'uekuid, Dii'klosou, Kobe.
KKAUY roil WAN.
The r.entiiiu'iit In favor of the Cuban
inxtirgtiiitH hecO'R ) ho frrovvlng every
day. In Washington the cause of tho
inHiirgcutA Is vviinnly cspoiibeil. Yes
tLitluy tlie Cnmcron resolution, which
the morning dispatches reported
would proliably be introduced Into the
Kenule Monday, vvua tbu cause of
much comment. According to Secre
tary of State Olney, thin resolution
pnictlenlly !iioann war with Spain.
There Is no danger or probability that
war with Spain will In the least affect
the quality of ltnluicr Iteer. No mat
ter what happens Italnlcr Ucer will
nlvvwys be the best. On tap or In bot
tle at the Criterion Saloon.
Anchored is what tho man said
when he dropped into tho Anchor
Saloon. Why? said his friend.
Uocauso you can always got a
cool refreshing drink sorved bv
gontlemanly attendants, and if
you happen to drop in duriug
lunch hour you will bo regaled
with solids as well as liquids. In
fact tho lunch at tho Anchor is
said by many to bo tho best in
town. Tho celebrated Seattlo
boor is on tap. It is sparkling
nnd ice cold. The finest of wines
and liquors in town nro to bo had
at this popular resort.
Tho old lime bobtniled mulo
cars, now disused in most oitios,
were about ton feet in length; tho
eleetrio cars of the latest building
aro from forty to forty-six.
Theso aro days of considerable
anxiety aud perplexity to all who
havo possessions or othor intorcsts
in tho Republic of Hawaii, and it
is timo that our citizons camo to a
mutual understanding on sovoral
important issuos. Tho prospects
for Annexation appear at prosont
vaguo and indistinct, and our
destiny cannot bo foretold with
certainty. Thoro aro those, also,
who still fondly cling to tho hopo
of a return to tho old order of
things, and who cannot bo per
suaded otherwise, yot this out
look appears far moro hazy than
that of Annexation oven to the
most hopoful disciples of the
Monarchy. Put, fortunately, in
tho midst of all this uncertainty
thoro is solaco in the fact that
BuiTuloPeor has camo to stay and
that patrons of all sorts and
opinions may equally share tho
benefits of its invigorating and
sustaining properties. 'o aro
moreover nssured that this favorite
brow will continue to bo dispens
ed ns horctoforo nt tho Koynl,
Pacific nnd Cosmopolitan Sa
loons. Hotel Arrival.
Hawaiian A R Colborn aud
wife, Indiana; II Spaulding aud
wife, Oakland, Cal; D II Murdoch,
Ewa; C A Spreckols, R R Berg,
Kohului; Mrs R 0 Spalding, O P
Spalding, Knpnn; E E Wiieman,
London; J Ralston, Kobe, Japan;
0 C E Fibiger, Denmark; S A
Uay, New ork; Q H Schusler
and wife, Cleveland; Mrs E J
Boll, San Francisco; Arthur A
O'Neill; Miss Gibson and maid,
Eugland; Mrs R Crawford, Yoko
haina; A G "White, London, James
Sollar, Singapore; Wm Davidson,
Loudon, England; W AJohuston,
Honolulu; Dr. Haberer, Germany;
A B Lindsay and wife, Houokau;
A uow monthly has mado its
appearanco in San Fraucisco
which will bo devoted to tho in
ternet of tho Japanuso element.
Tho magazine is uninod tho Japa
neso American Voice, and is well
printed and illustrated.
Lamp novelties nre now to
Honolulu now to the United
States until a sinnrt French
man employed at tho factory
conceived the idea of building
f r oil what others had done
Look at the illustrations in
tho accounts of swell dinners
and you will find beautifully
designed candelabra a 3'car
ago they wero for candles
now for lamps. You will find
tho same thing in our Ewa
window and no other shop has
them no other dealer handles
them as wo do, because our
buying methods are modern.
So's our selling methods. You
can got a banquet candelabra
lamp at our store for about
what you pay for a single burn
er in somo places. That's the
difference in the methods.
You aro interested in those
lamps oven if you burn electri
city tho tablo can be decorated
with flowers aud lamps dish
es coino under tho head of
Half tho pleasure of night
wheeling is in having a good
lamp. Policemen uro alert to
find u man taking a datk rido
sometimes tho light jolts out
and tho rider finds himself
without a match. No such
trouble with tho Banner bicy
cle lamp it is mado to burn
aud stand hard knocks.
Von Holt Block.
Thoroughly Tested by
5Yo Suffering TDuring Treat
ment. &(o Injurious sifter Effects.
&p Loss of Time from ''Busi
ness. Improved physical condition,
absolute freedom from any
desire for Alcoholic stimu
lants. Length of timo ..required for
treatment Three weeks.
Feos charged $100. for Alco
holism. $4-0 for Tobacco.
NO CURE ! NO PAY !
Instituto located in Arling
ton Cottage, Hotel Street,
All communications or in
terviews strictly confidential.
For further particulars, ad
dress, Secretary Hagey Institute,
Slcamors of the above Line running in oonneotion with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, B. O., and Sydney, N. 8. W nnd calling at Viotorin, B. O.
Honolulu nnd Suva (Fiji),
-A-IESE 3D-CHE3 jJJ? SaZOZrsrOIIliTTLTT
On or about the dates below stated, viz.:
From Sjiliiey nuil Sura, for Victoria and From Victoria anil Vancouver, 1J. C to
Vancouver. It. C.I Hnvu nnd Sjrdueri
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" March 24
Sttttr"MIOVEltA t Aiwil 24
. ..Juno 21
Tlirotifrh TlcJtets issued from Honolulu to Ciiniulu,
United States uud JUuroiic.
FJlliianT AND PABSGKnUII AOKNTSt
D. McXiooll, Montreal, Onnr.du.
Ronr.tiT Kuiut, WinnipoR, Cnanda.
M. M. Sikhs, 8:iu Kniueico, Cnl.
O. JfrL. Bkown, Vinr-ouver, B. 0.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
" Moana "
Of tho Oeennie Steamship Compnuy will
be dno nt Honolulu from Sydney nud
Auckland on or nbout
.April H, 1807.
And will leno for tho nbovo port with.
Mnun nnd Fnbeengcra on or nbout that
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho New nnd Fiuo Al Steo Steamship
Of tho Ocenuio Steamship Company will
bo dnc nt Honolulu from Snn Francisco
on or nbout ,
starch 11, 1897.
And will have prompt deflpatch with
Mailf and Pftssentfors for tho alxvo ports.
Tho undorbicned nro now prepared
Through Tickots to All Points
in tlio United Stntcs.
CpTFor further particulars regarding
Freight or Fabsugo npply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO;, L'd,
Oceauic - Steamsiiip Go.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
for S. F.
March 2. 1897 Mnrch 10, 181)7 .
Muich 50, 1897 April 7, lb'J7
.From Snn Fraucisoti From Syduwy for
for Sydney. San Francisco.
Arrive Honolulu. Leave Ilonululu.
Alameda, Mo 11, '07 I Moana. April 1, '1)7
Mariposa, April 8, "J7 I VkuiPih, Ap29, '07
Savings : Bank
Notice 18 horoby given to Dopo
eilors iu tbe Saviuga Depnrtuient
of OlrniB Sproukela & Co.'s Dunk,
that ou nud uftor April 1, 1897,
nil iuturcat ou their doposits will
Snvings DopositOrB rany with
drnw thoir necounts without giv
iuj provioiiB notice, or thoy rany
leavo enmo in our linnk on call.
OtAUH Sl'ltEOKELS fe Co.
Honolulu, Fob. 17, 1897.
Paper Hanger and Decorator
Island Orders attended to with dispatch.
All work carefully and promptly ex.
RT OrriCK: Smith street, with Samuel
Kaholookalani 1'na. Heaidence: l'alama.
Office To Let,
At 207 Merchant Street.
Peerless Presenilis Paint Company,
Oceanic Steailiiji Co.
Stmr" MIOWERA" Mareli IB
Btmr WAKBIMOO" .....AwillS
stmr "MIOWEItA" ivW in
E5T For Frelffht nnd rnEsngo nnd nil
Genornl Informntfon, npnly to
TI1E0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Atrenls for thollawniinnlslnnds.
Wife's Stamsliij) Co's
0. L. WIGHT, Prcs. " S. B. HOSE, Seo.
Cnpt. J. A. KINO, 1'ortSupt.
Will leave Honolulu at 10 a. m., touohlng at
Lulialnn, Maalaon Bay and Mukcna the
miuioday; Mahukonn. Knvvaihaoand Lou
pnlioohoc tho following di.y, arnviun at
IIllo tho same evening.
LltATKB nOWOLDtp. J ABE1VK8 HOMOLPL,
aiifuday Mnv. 10 j Friany... ..Mur. 12
t.'"'"' XI"r- 20 I TuwJay.. .JIar. 23
luesilay , . . . April 0 Friday April 2
rrit!ny April 10 TiiMKlay:. .April 13
llcturniug, will lcavo Ililo at 1 o'clock
p. m., touchiug at Lnupahoohoe, Wahu
tama and Kuwalhao suuie duyj ilakona,
.MonlAoi. U,iy uud Ivnlminu tuo iollowiuD
day; arriving at Honolulu the afternoons
of luesdny and Friilaya.
Will cidl at I'ohoild, rnna.
K'No Freight will be received nftei
12 noon on day of Hailing.
CAMERON, Commander, .
AVill leavo Honolulu Tntsday nt fip.u.i
touching nt Kuhului, liana, Hamoaand
Kipnhulu, Maul, ituturniug arrives at
Honolulu Sunday uioniingM.
Will call at uu, Kaupo. on second trip
01 each month. ,
&WNo Freight will ho received after K V
p. it. on nay of nailing.
Thia Company will reoerve? the right to
Uhilio ohiiuges in tho timo of departure and
arrival of its utenimini without notice aud
it will not be responsible for any conse
quences arising therefrom.
vonsignwu must Uo ut tlio Lnudiugs to
receive their Frrightj this Company wiU
j.u .u..i iinou rebiouHiui ior ueigltt alter
It has been landod.
Live Stock only nt owner's risk.
This Company will not be resjionslble
for Money or Vidn allies of pawugere
unless placed in the enro of 1'uiscrs.
rabeuRors aro renueatcd to purchase
tlokets before eu.barkiug. Tlioso fulling to
do so will be subject to an additional
charge of twenty-live per cent.
Real Estate Broker.
209J Morchant Street.
Houmi nnd Lot, 7Cxlfi5 ft., on No. 71
Young street; parlor, 3 bediooiuf, kitchen
Lot on Wilder avenue lOOx.ICO ft , fenced.
Lots un Kiium and l'nkui btitou.
Furnished Itooms within five minntoi;
walk fiom the l'ost CAlco. A!mj other
Houso on Ilcretaula ctrret, near l'iilmi ' ''
street; 4 rooms, dlnimj room, IdtoLen, bat),
rootn and an empty lot to keep u horsd.
House on School street; pailor, serenl
bedrooms, kitchon, pantry, outhonsesnnd
stnblo fonuprly ocoupied by Hon. V. H.
Eag-le -:- House
Mrc Harry KlammBi - - Pi-.ip
TABLE BOARD THE FINEST
..,.I.NCl.U0l.NO MANY ....
Palatable German Dishes.
Notico U hereby given that ons Biy
Filly, no brand, white spot ou tho
(ore he hi I, also ou the nose, two fore
feet liluck and (lie two hlmlfcet bite,
U Iniiounileil In the Government
Pound nt Muklkl, Honolulu; and If
such etray Is not claimed nud all
pound olmrgef satlslled on or before
SAI'URDAY, Maroli 20, 1697, ut 12
o'clock noon, the same will be nolii on
that date nud hour to the lilebcst bid
der. K. KEKUENB,
Honolulu, H. I., raroh G. IbOT.