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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 10, 1897.
NEWS OF WHARF AND WAVE
THE hTKAIMNHIl CHINA I'BOJl
Hlilp V. V. lUhc.irk-Tlio May Flint
Other lutrrentliic Marine Note
I'lrUcil l'p Tndnjr.
Tho Boboouor Moi Wnhino is on
tho Marino Railway.
Tho Gorman burk Cnllao lms
beguu londinrj for Now York.
Tho S 0 Allou sailod for tho
Golden Onto this morning witli n
full cargo of sugar.
Tomorrow, high lido large 10:45
p m; high tide small S):30 a in; low
tido largo 2:10 p m; low tido snuill
Yesterday oveniug tho Rhip "V
F ltnbcock arrived from San
Francisco. She mndo tho tiij) in
17 days. She ill load for Now
Tho British sealing schoouor
Agnes Macdouald sailed for the
sealing waters thia morniug.
Wliilo in this port sho was on tho
Marino Railway receiving a now
Tho ship May Flint started to
tako up her mud books at 1 p m
today. Six desertors, who do not
like tho idea of a trip round Capo
Horn to Now York, were taken
aboard by police ollicers.
Tho English mails to bo dis
patched to Australia by tho
stefimcr Alameda did notarrivo in
Now York until Sunday night,
and, iu consequence, nro not duo
in ban Flamenco until Friday.
Tho stuonior Alameda, which was
adwrt'fied to sail Thursday at 2 p
ro '!l nr.t lfrvi tho f ,rp, nnf'1
Friday at 2 p m. S F Chronicle.
The 0 A: O S S China from Snu
Francisco arrived off port this
forenoon after a ra'tling trip of 5
days, 23 hours and 38 minutes.
Sho left San Francisco Mar -1 at
1:-15 p m, and arrived hero ot
11.10 a m today. Defoie tho
steamer was brought in, a thorough
iubpention of all tho passengers
was made by tho port physician.
Captuin Seabury did not bring
tho big liner this trip, Mr.
Sauudors, chief officer, being in
command. Captain Seabury has
gone to Yew York to sottlo mat
ters pertaining to tho estato of
his lato father. Tho China will
sail at 2 p m tomorrow for Japan
From Kauai, nor stmr "Waialo
ale, Mar 10 R C Spalding, Rev
U U Welles ami 12 deck pas
V mm Sau
Mr and Mrs
and Mis C
Francisco, per S S
10 For Honolulu:
H A Isenberg, Mr
L Goodhue, Miss
Gomlh uo, Mr and Mrs Ponsouby
Ogle, Mr and Mrs F S Nowell,
Mrs OS Newell, Miss M Nowell,
MLs E Nowoll, Rev M 0 Harris,
Rev Jas H Smith, Geo L Carter,
Mrs Allan Herbert, Mrs II Suy
dam, H Snydam, Master Su
dam. For Yokohama: Mr aud
M's L Cunningham, Mr and Mis
P A Small, Miss M J Shea, Mrs
J U SaUROl', MlS Y II Orfboru,
iuihs iJ-Uiciiiiicmii, ,uin ii. jjiutuiuu,
Misn H H Eckstein, Miss J O
Eckbtoiu, Mrs C Stiekuey, Mis N
S Hatton, Mrs J E Farnum, Mins
E Farnum, Miss M H Lay, Mrs J
H Hobson, B Guggenhein, Y
AVbovouo, J O Bernor, H V lien
son T T iP ', J E Fari.u n, G
L Farnum, Dr A D Smith, A
' - .... .. .
livuuz, G W Middlotou, W Al
Treglown, AV it Browu. For
Hongkong: Snunl;in,.7ay Charm,
Mrs E Hullidav, Mis M Alex
ander, Miss A K Wfllmnn, Miss
E R Wollman, Mihs E Moore, A
Giillo, M Gray, R J Wood, MisB
For Hamakua, per Btmr Iwala
ui, Mar 90 Notloy.
For Kuuai, per Btmr Mikalmla,
Mar 9 A H Turner and Mr Phil
For Maui, por stmr Claudinn,
Mar 9 It R Berg, Mrs R T Wil
ber, Rt Rov Bishop of Panopolis,
O A Snreckole.MrLono, A Tibbs,
Mrs Asiu, Asiu, William Chung
Hood, R A Drummonu and long
For Kauai ports, por stmr W G
Hall, Mar 9 -Mrs L Kahlbaum
and child, W n Rice, Mra Droier,
Theo Wolff, Mrs Mooblura, Lau
King, Mr and Mrs A B Lindsay, E
Hutchinson, O von Hamni, A S
Wilcox, G N Willcox, Mr aud Mrs
Ah Gun, I) J Laird, A C Pestana,
Mr Day and seven on deck.
For Sau Francisco, per S S
Australia, Mar 10 Count Kurgor
lay, Rev O B Sumner, S D Sut
ton, Otto Vollbohr, Mrs Lovejoy,
Mrs Brouig,Masrk Ezorad, Mrs M
I Brown, Miss H Sumner, Capt
Dickinson, wifo and child, A R
Colburn and wife, D N Loose and
wifo, H Spalding and wife, Goo
Andrews, J P Groom, Miss Gold
stein, T W Hobrou and wife,
Thos Carter, E A Habur, E Born
heinor, Olios Piatt and wifo, Mrs
Jouniugs, J T Bowors, A T Hart
well, II A Green, G M Knight,
Miss P Malvinuoy, Mr Hamilton,
H Leo and valet, Mrs O
Schmucker, Mrs E A Prouss, Mrs
Seoloy, .1 L Dougherty and wifo,
A J Campbell, R C Burt, Miss M
T Gilmau, W R Porter, H Ecclos,
Mr Hart, Mr Giuham, F Ungor,
TimisuAT, Mar. tf.
Stmr J A Cuuuulut, Stailc, from OaUu
Am lilp W V Babcock, Graham, From San
Wednesday. Mar. 10.
Sclir Luka, from l'naullo.
Stnir Wulakalc, l'nrkcr, from Kauai.
S S Clilna, SantKlcre, from San Fran
Stmr Claudlnc, Cameron, for Maul.
Stmr James Makic, Tullctt, for Knpaa.
Stmr Mlkiiliala. Tliompeou, forN'nwIllnlll,
llanamaula and Koloa
Stmr W ( Hall, tlajlund, for Eleck, IUua
ptl e, Mal.anell, and Mlliau
Wednksdit, Mar. 10.
gtlii Kijlkooull, for l'naullo.
Stmr J A Cummins, dearie, for Oaliu
Am IA fc C Allen, Jutiusou, for Sju Fiau
clsuo. Ilr real rctir Apict Mncdouald, Cutler, for
OAKdOES FHOJI ISLAND PORTS.
Kxxclir Lnla 1SU1. bug sugar.
Ex Et in r Wnlaliale aiuo bugs snar, 3
Ex annr J A Cummins -1500 bays sugar, 7
fOIIIJION VFSSKLB EXPECTEU.
Ambk Matilda, Pt MaUly,
Sclir Allen A, New Whatcom
Am bk 'lllilanil Light, Departure Hay,
ttti China 8 F Maicb 11
8 8 Aluneda 3F March 11
8 b Mlitrera, .Vancouver March IU
8 S Delate 8K March 20
8 8 City of Mode Janeiro, Yokohama. Mar at
88 Wnrrlmoo, ...tfjiliuy, .....March 24
Ilk -imlnulc, Newcastle ....Duo
Klc bk Dominion Newcastle Due
(!er bk l'anl lrcuberu....LtvLrpool Duo
Sclir Louis Newcastle
Ilk Newsboy Newcastle
Sclir Novelty Newcastle
Am eliinltinner... Newcastle
I Ilk Kortnna Newcastle Apr 0
sciir (loidcn siioru
Schr W II ralhut,... New castle
Sthr Wm llowdtii.. ..Newcastle
Sclir Echo Newcastle
Haw bk Iolanl New York .... May 31
Am bk Martha I)ali 8 F
Bchr OlKi Newcastle MirM
Amtclir Alice Cook.. Fugit Sound....
Sclir Prosper Prt Gamble.. Duo
Am bktn Charles F Crocker... Newcastle
Ilk Nuuann New York
VIIS1I i.i IN POUT.
L S S Alert, Ilauford, from a cruise, Mar 8.
(Coasters not lucliuhd In this list.)
Am sclir ltobert Leu or, Onodman, New
castle. Am sihr JcfsIo Mli.or, Whitney, Huieka,
r ell 17,
"r fcb liouteiibuck.MloilKere, Liverpool,
Am sclir Krid R binder, Carlson, Hakodate,
HI: bkln Wrmtlcr, Nclbon, Newcastle,
I Tcli .0
' Am rhlu V F Babtock, tlraham, 8 F,
1 Mar .
Jap 8 clilnrtitu JIaru, Kobe, Feb 27
llr ship Scmaiilba, Crowe, 8 V, Feb 15.
Not bit Fuutasl, Andersen. Norjtle. Fib24.
1 linn bk Itnealle, NUeu,Chimalmus, Feb 31.
Amchr AWa, D.hci.sr. Kei.ui,
Ill I .ill .f. t.riuI..H Villi IIIIDl II Lull
Mil suit Iran j11 JoruciiBiiii, .1
Ilk l all io, Koster, New ensile, Feb 18
lluw bk Andrew Welch. Diew, 8 F, Feb 2).
Am bl.tn 8 N Castle, llubbiid, 8 F, Feb 25.
Am ship i: It ulton, Curler, 8 F. Mar 5.
Am bktn 8 (1 Wilder, McNill. 3 F, Mar 0.
Am bk Amy Tinner. Wullen, N Y, Mr 7
Am ship Hen K Packard, Dickinson, Kobe,
SHAiaC-At Illlca, Kail, Hawaii, February
Pi, IVJ7, to the wile o( John C scurle, a
A (i-roomed cottage, stables
and servant's quarters, situate on
Wilder avenue. Largo grounds
well laid out and planted with
fruit and ornamental trees; ono
full set of furniture and cooking
stove can remain in tho houso if
wanted. Apply to A. V. Gear,
210 King streut.
Kroegor Piauos,sweetest in tono,
Jas.W. Borgstrom, solo agent, cush
or installments. Waterooms at
G. Wost's, Manonio Teraplo. Of
lico at Thrum's Book Storo. Tun-
... (...v. ,bJlll,iU. nrwA Aim'"
Evenina IhUlcth 75c per month.
Lamp novelties aro now to
Honolulu now to tho United
States until a smart French
man employed at tho factory
concoived tho idea of building
for oil what others had dono
Look at the illustrations in
tho accounts of swell dinners
and you will find beautifully
designed candelabra a year
ago they wore for cnndles
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 aro modern,
So3 our soiling methods. You
can get a banquet candelabra
lamp at our store for about
what you pay for a single burn
er in somo places. That's tho
diiFcrcnce in tho methods.
You nro interested in those
lamps even if you burn electri
city the table can bedeeorated
with flowers and lamps dish
es come under the head of
Half the pleasure of night
wheeling is in having a good
lamp. Policemen rtro alert to
find a man taking a dark rido
sometimes tho light jolts out
and the rider finds himself
without a mutch. No such
trouble with tho Banner bicy
cle lnmp it is made to burn
and stand hard knocks.
Von Holt Block.
are said to bo superior to any
other, though not higher in
?gP" Orders are now re
IrX . W.
SCHMIDT & SONS,
AGENTS Or THE
White Sewing Machine Co
J. M. "WEBB-
Has just recti ved n lnrge con
signment of tho
Latest :, Popular :. Music
Both Voo.l mill In-triiniHntal, Also,
Blank Books and
Which for quality and price
ctnnot ho excelled.
No. 316 Fort Street.
Thoroughly Tested by
Uo Suffering "During Treat
went. U(o Injurious After Effects.
50 Loss of Time from busi
ness. Improved physical condition,
absoluto freedom from any
desiro for-Alcoholic stimu
lants. Length of timo required for
treatment Three weeks.
i Fees charged $100 for Alco
$40 foi Tobacco.
m CURE ! NO PAY !
Institute located in Arling
ton Cottage, Hotel Streot,
All communications or in
terviews strictly confidential.
For furthor particulars, ad
dress, Secretary Hagey Institute,
Stcnmors ot tho nbovo Lino running in connection with the
CANADIAN PACIEIO KAIL WAY
Dotwoon Vancouver, B. O., and Sydney, N. 8. W find calling at Victoria, B. (X.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
On or about tho dates
From fl-iln.y anil Suva, for Victoria anil
YniioniiTor. II. C.t
Stmr "WAIUtlMOO" MnrcliSi
Bliur'-MIOWUIA" April 21
Stmr "WA1UUMOO" May 24
Btmr "MM WXBA" Jnue 24
TliroiiKli Tlchcts issued from Honolulu to Cumula,
United States ami ISuropc.
FnniOUT AND l'ASSKNOr.U aochts:
D. MoNiooll, Montreal, Onnnda.
Roncitr Kf.iiii, WiimiiTK. Canada.
M. M. Hteiin, Bin I'Vanoiso, Cal.
O. JIoL. Bitows, Vr.uconvrr, B. O.
Australian Mail Service.
For Snu Francisco:
Tho Now and Fino Al Btocl Steamship
" Moana "
Of tlio Oceania Btcnmship Company will
bo due nt Honolulu from Sydney and
Auckland on or about
.A.pvil 1, 1897.
And will Icavo for tho abovo port with
Mails nnd PiiHseDgors on or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:
Ibo how uiiu i'iixa Al Otco Steamship
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
Maroh 11, 1897.
And will havo prompt despatch with
Mails and I'aRaonRors for tho abovo ports.
Tho uudorsigned aro now prepared
ThrouRh Tickets to AH Points
in tho United States.
t3yFor furthor particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
YVIVi. G. IRWiN & CO., L'd,
S. 6. AUSTRALIA.
from S. V.
March 2. 1897 March 10, 1807
Maich 30,1807 April 7, 1897
From San Frnuoiuco From Syduej for
for Sydney. Sau FranciEOo.
Arrive Honolulu. Leave Jlotwlulu.
Alamoda, Mo II, '07 I Moana, April 1, '07
Mnrirofn April 8, '07 M-mieda, Ap20, '07
H argil In
Tho price 1b
damage I to
9 Hotel Street : : f aYdley BlOOt
We Make Shirts to Order.
Eagle -:- House
Mrs, Harry KlemniB, - Prop
TABLE BOARD THE FINEST
.... INCLUDING MANY ....
Palatable German Dishes.
Oceanic Stewiiip Co,
below stated, viz.:
From Victoria ami Vancouver, II,
Hum ami Sydiicvt
Stmr "MMWEHA" March 16
Stmr "WAKRIMOO" April 10
Stnir "MICWBll A" liny 16 "
Blmr "WAIUtlMOO" June 16
C3T For Freight and Pnssoge nnd all
General Information, apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Aceuts for tho ITnwaiinn Islands.
Wilder's Steamship Co's
Will leavo Honoluln at 10 a. m., tonohlng at
Lnnainn, Jlaalaca Bay and Makena the
Banioilay: Mahukonn, Kawaihaaand Lau.
paliochoa the following day, arriving at
tlilo the samo ove'uing.
LgAvra liowoLnt.u. Aaaivzs uohomjlu.
Tuesday Mar. 10
Friday Mur, 20
Friday... ..Mar 12
'luosduy.. .Mur. 23
Prirfnv ' ,.Vm 7.:. "V "I'. f
lilebUay April 0
v 1"" ' I -uKbuay. . .Apill 13
Returning will leavo Hilo at 1 o'clock
r. M., touching at Laupahoehoe, Mahu
kona and Kawaihao aairo dayj Mnkuna,
-Ia-J.ica.liay uud Luhaina Iho lollowlno
nay; arriving nt Honolulu the ofteruooni
of J uewlay ond Friilays.
" WilicHllatrohoikl, Fnna.
TNo Freight will bo received after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu Inesday nt 5 p. m i
touching at Kahului, Hna, Hamoaaud
Kipnhulu, Muni. Itetnrning arrives at
Honolulu Buuduy mornings.
i. in cau ai anu, itanpo, on socoud trip
of each month. r
WNo Freight wiUbe received after
p. M. on day of sailing.
This Company will roserves the right to
raako chauRoo in tlio tlmo of ilopartaiu and
arrival of its steamers without notice and
it will not bo responsible for any conoe
quencea arising thorofrom.
uuiuugnnos must oe at toe Landings to
rocoive their Freight; this Company will
not hold itself rouponbible for freight after
it has boon landed.
Live Stock only at owner's risk.
This Company will not bo renponsible
for Money or Valuables of passengers
unless placed in the care of Pursers.
Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. Those failing to
do so will be subject to nn additional
charge of twenty-live por cent
Savings : Bank
Notioo ia horeby given to Dopo
sitors in the SitvingB Dopnrtuient
of Clous Spreckela & Co.'s Biiuk,
tlmt on aud after April 1, 1897,
nil interest on their deposits will
Savings Depositors may with
draw their accounts without giv
ing previous notice, or thoy may
leave samo in our Bank on cull.
Glaus Spiieckels & Co.
Honolulu, Fob. 17, 18J7.
Real Estate Broker.
200 Merchant Street.
House nnd Lot, 76x163 ft., on No, 71
Youiih streot; parlor, 3 bodroome, kitchen
Lot on Wilder avonuo 100x300 ft., fouced.
Lots on Kiuau and 1'iikoi streets.
Furnished Itooms within fivo minutes
walk from the 1'ost Office, Also other
llotiso on Ileiotnnln street, near Pilkol
street; i Amirm, dining room, kltohen, bath
room and an ompty lot to keep a horse.
House on Soliool strtet; parlor, soveral
Iwdrooms, kltohen, pantry, outhouses and
stable formerly occupied by lion. Y. II.
Paper Hanger and Decorator
Island Orders attended to with dispatch.
All work carefully and promptly ox
eouted. IT OrrifKi Smith street, with Samuel
Kaholookaluul Pua. Hesideucoi Palania.
& , Jt X1 w.0. .U. ..
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