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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 11, 1897.
MtWS OF WHARF AND WAVE
Till It K ftTKAHKH DIMtlON Ml I.I,
RBMRVR THE AI.KRT.
Homo Xutr ChiicIiI III tlio Miulllo
Hctlbu'n t TliN llnj--Oii the
Tho W G Irwin arrived today,
10 days from Suu Francisco.
Thobarkontino J M Griffith has
nrrived on tho Sound from Ilono
Julu. The Ivcauliou will go on tho
Mnrino llnilway buforo sailing
The schooner Allen A sailed
from Now Whatcom for this port
On Feb 24 tho barkontiuo
Klikitat sailed from Prot Gamblo
for this port.
On Feb 23 tho schooner Wil
liam Bowdcn sailed from New
castle for Honolulu.
Tho Mauna Loa will leave at 10
u ni tomorrow, and tho Nooau
about tho same time.
Tho schooner John D Tallant
left Port Gamble on the 2Gth of
last mouih for this city.
The bark Highland Light sail
ed from Departure Bay for Hono
lulu with coal on Fob 21.
Tho Knala sails today nt ! for
Knhuku,' nud the James Mnkeo
tho Binrfe hour for Kapaa.
All freight for Lnhaiua tomor
row will be taken by tho steamer
Nooau, leaving at 10 a m.
The Hawaiihn iron bark Dia-
mond Head sailed from Port
lilakely for Honolulu on Mar 3.
Tomorrow, birth Md" large 11 :J5 '
) in; high tide small 11:10 am; low1
tiilo largo 13:15 p m; low tido small
'' Tho barkontiuo S N Castlo is
receiving sugar. It will not bo
long e'ro she setH her whito wings,
.bound for the Golden Gate.
Tho S S China loft for tho,
Orient at 2 p m today. Thero was '
n gay time at tho wharf, fair,
yoiiui! Indies throwiug flowers,
etc. Tho bund played alsof
Tho U S S Marion is ilow
bound for Hub port to relieve tho
U S S Alort, having loft San'
Diego, Fob 27. It is somo yenrs
Bin o tlio luarion was ut tins
Sailed from Snn Frouoisco
Feb 23: Bgtn Win G Irwin for
Honolulu. Feb 21: Hour Albert
Meyer for Kahului. Feb27: Brg
Consuelo, for Mahukona. Mar 2:
Ship Goni&ta for Hilo. Mar 3:
Schr Helen N Kimbull for Knhu
lui. A very large number of Hono-
i i ;.- ' .. r .. i-i
luiuut'o wuiu ill vuunuiu uuuh yea
tunliiy afternoon to witness tho
departuro of tho good old liner
Auntralia. Many of the pas
Bonders wero covered with loin,'
find tho band played tho usual i
Arrived at San Francisco Feb !
25: IJk Mohican, 19 days from
Honolulu; Sch Anna, 20 days
from Maliukona. Feb 2(5: Brg
Jjurliuc, 22 days from Kahului.
' Fell 27: Bk Ceylon, 2lclavh from
Honolulu; Uktu W II Dimoud,
G5 days from Honolulu.
Tho unluoky steamer Kahului,
which has had vaiied experiences
under tho names of Sirius, Seuu
dinavia, Columbia aud Santa
Clara, has been ronamed thu
Cleveland. She will bo given an
Ai.ii rienn n Htc:r .mil v 111 plj iu
tlio Conit trade, says the S F
Coptniu Dickinson, who brought
tho ship Bouj F Pnukard hero
from Jopau a eouple of days ago,
loft for San Franoisco with his
family yesterday in tho S S Aus
tralia. Captain Allen, who ar
rived in tho Australia from tho
Coast last week, has taken com
mnnd of tho ship.
A Snn Franoisco newspaper
Bays: More freight is being
offered to tho Martha Davis than
thut alup cwj tukipt for ln-r tup
to Honolulu. Captaiu Soulo may
never bo seen horo again, as ho
will, ou his arrival at Honolulu,
marry a lady of that placo nnd
-settle down in life.
Tho S F Chronicle says: Tho
ship Iroquois, which arrived from
Now i'ork last night, had a ro
marknble trip, nccording to tho
captain's log. A notable fact was
the finding of a frog struck to tho
mizzon topmast backstay lanyard.
Tlif frog wis disnoverei) when the
nh in was 1501) miles off tho coast
On tlio voyago to San Fronds
co last mouth tlio Imrks Mohican
niul Cuylon niut tlio brukoutiiiu
W 11 Dimoiul iMicouutercd n ter
rifle storm about 200 miles from
tbo Const. All of thorn wero bad
ly damaged, loaiug Bails, spare,
boats, etc. The Dimond's rudder
was carried away, necessitating a
jury rudder being rigged. Othor
voBuels wero also caught iu the
licrco galo, and wore more or loss
Captain Matsou of tlio bark
Anuio Johnson will go to Hilo as
a pnssQngor on the British ship
Goniflta. The Genista is tho first
British vessel to go to llilo, and
as the const is not wall known
Captaiu Mntson will net as pilot
for tho enptnin of tho ship. He
will take bur into llilo, superin
tend the loiuliug of lieu- and pilot
her out again. Ho will then ro
turn to this city to take chargo of
tho Annio Johnson, which is to
undorgo some repairs for tho
dnmago received in tho recont
storm. S F Chronicle.
A Japanese photographer off
tho JS S China took n shot at a
group of natives on Pacific Mail
wharf this morning with his
camera. Somo of tbo "old bar
nacles" who nro auchored iu that
vicinity most of their loisuro timo
wero invited to "got thoir picturs
took," but declined. Thoy did not
wish tho hollos of tho "Land of
tho llising Sun" to gazo on their
handsome "mugs" for fear a ship
load of the almond-eyed ladies of
the Mikado's realm would come to
our islaud paradise to captivato
thorn with thoir winning ways.
...... ,..... ...,
' SHIPPING 1NTELLIGER0E.
- -. - ;
Wno.NKSlUT. Mar. 10.
SUnr KujU, Muihcr, from Uaho ports.
Tiiuksdat, Mar. 11.
Stnir Noenu, I'ctcroon, Irora Kuual
Stuir James Makee, Tullctt, from Kuanl
Stmr Kt.mliuu, Tlioraioii, from Kuual.
Am hrtn W (! Jr In, Williams, from San
Wkiinemiat, Mr. 10.
Stmr WnUlcnlf, I'arkir, for Ilnnumaulu.
S 3 Australia, Iloudlcltc, for tiaii Fran
cisco. Am elilp May Flint, NIcUls, for New
Satuuiut, Mar. II.
S S China, Saunders, for China and
VESSELS IiEAVINO TOMOItltOW.
Stmr Mauna Loa, Simcrsot), for Maul and
Stmr Kctuliuu, Thompson, for Lalialna,
llouonaa and Kukulliaelc.
OAItaOES FUOM ISLAND TOUTS.
Exstmr Kcauliou 1000 baua sugar.
Ex fttnr Kuula-l!(.iS buu Uar and 20
""J; rlCL'- , , ,. ,
Ex stmr Jumos Makce !2Wli tin
Ex stmr Nimmu 4Jt liu:; siitfar, !W u.ij;j
rice, S bdls hides, uud miihIi) pt.i;.
Miltl.IO.N VtSSKl.h Eri:(TEl
H lieru troui
I'l llUUtly, ,
Sihr Allen A. New WhitLiim
Am lk 'lltililund Llhl, Depurturu Hay,
s t Al.iincda S V March 11
S Ml iwura, .Vancouicr March III
SaUelKle F March an
8 S City of lilo de Janeiro, Yokohama, Mur 2 i
S3 Wuirlmoo, ...Sjdmj, ....Marelit
Ilk -1'inliiole, N'uucastli' ....Duo
Nlc bli Domlniuii Newcastle Dae
(ier bk I'nnl Irviiliert; i.lcrptil..,...l)uc
Sclir l.otils Newcanttu
ilk NeiVhboy Neucustle
Selir Nnveliy .NvwlukIIu
1K Knrlun.i Newcastle Apr 0
I Schr (iolileii Shore. ..Newcastle
iPihr W II rallmt,... Newcastle
, Selir Wm ltodcu.. ..Newpasllo
Selir Echo NuwcaKtle
! Haw bk Inlaul i..Ncw York ....May 31
I Am bk Maltha Davis St'
, CM.nr Ul.i Ncmabtlii .Mur hi
Am schr Allie Cook.. IMit "nuiul....
Schr Prosper t.l'rt (iiunblc. Duo
Am OKin cnariLS r uroci.er,.. fiewcasiie
Bk Niluanti N'ew Yolk
U d S Alert, llnnfoiil, from a cruise, Mar S.
(Coasters not included In thU list.)
Ala schr Ilobert I.ewcrs, (Soodmau, New
castle. Am kdir Jesslo Minor, Whitney, Eureka,
Ilr lk Itoukubeck, Itoditers, Liverpool,
Am schr Fred B Sander, Carlson, Hakodate,
Ni- likln Wiestler, Ncll-ou, Newcastle,
Am ship W V Unblock, Graham, S F,
Jap S S Shlnshlu Maru, Kobe, Feb 27.
Ur ehlliScmantlia, Crowe, S F, Feb 15.
Nor hk Fautusl, Andersen.Ncwcastlo. Feb 24,
llaw bk Rosalie, Nlsscn.Clicmalmus, FebUI.
Am sghr Transit, Jorneuson, S h.
Am chr Aloha, Dabel, S F, FlIi 10.
Iik Callao, Kostcr. Newcastle, Feb 18.
llaw bk Andrew Welch, nruw, S F, Feb 30.
Am hk tn S N Castlo, llibtilrd, S F, Feb U5.
Am ship Kit Sutton, Cnrtur.S F, Mar 5,
Am bktu 3 O Wilder, McNeil, S F, Mar 0
Am bk Amy Turner. Wiillen, N Y. Mr 7.
Am ship IKuJ F Packard, Dickinson, Kobe.
Superior breakfast sausage is a
snecialty at tho Contrnl Market.
King up 101.
I'OII IM'Iti: IIMMI.
.Until l'iiircinliiii Imlliiili'il lit Sun
Tho Health Dopartmout of San
Franoisco a pursuing morohants
in good earnest for soiling impuro
and dishonest food and drink. A
few dayB ago Inspector Dockery
! sworo to tuirtoon complaints
against well-known merchants,
who are charged with having sold
food supplies that wore adultorat
od in violation of tho puro food
law of tho Stato.
Tho law under which tho ac
cused dealers aro to bo prosecut
ed provides a penalty of a lino of
not Iosb than 825 or moro than
S100, imprisonment for not loss
than 100 days, oi by both such
lino aud imprisoumont.
Inspector Dockery is especially
pleased that the arrangements for
driving out tho impuro food have
boon completed and in discussing
the matter ho said:
"Now that we havo had nn un
derstanding with thrP prosecuting
ollicers aud tho courts, it will bo
much eusier to conduct a success
ful warfaro against adulterated
foods. I havo secured a largo
number of samples of jellies sold
by various dealers and, under tho
ruling of tho District Attorney,
thoy can bo qniokly passed upon
by the chomist. If tho goods
havo been adulterated it means
tho arrest aud prosecution of at
least fifty dealers.
"Wo will keop tho courts busy
until the merchants awakon to the
fact that they must purchase, only
pure goods; then, of courso, thoy
will avoid trouble. It will not
tako long for tho matter to regit
lato itself to a largo extent, lie
tail dealers are not going to buy
goods from a houso that has do
coived them as to the purity of
the articles, nnd in timo adulterat
ed goods will not bo shipped to
Inspector Dockery has boon
quietly gathoriug samples of milk
from milk depots, restaurants and
other placcsj and it is understood
Unit many of the samples fhow
adultorution. Arrests and prose
cutions will no doubt follow in
theso cabes at an early date.
These aro days of considerable
anxiety aud perplexity to all who
havo possessions or other interests
in tho Republic of Hnwuii, and it
is time that our citizens came to a
mutual understanding on several
important ibsues. The prospects
fur Annexation nppenr at present
vague aud indistinct, aud our
destiny cnmiot be foretold with
ceitaiuty. There aro those, also,
who still fondly cling to the hopo
of a return to the old ordor of
things, aud who caiiunt bo per
suaded otherwise, jet this out
look appears fur more hnzy than
that of Annexation even to the
most hopeful disciples of tho
Mouaichy. Bin, tur'iiuati ly, in
the uiiilht of u I tins uni-eitniuty
there is Holaee in the fact that
Buffalo Uoer lias eauin to'stay aud
that pations of all sorts aud
opinions may equally diaio the
henelits of its invigorating aud-hu-taiuing
piopetties. We aro
moreover assured that tliis favorite
blow will continue lo be dipens-i-d
as heretofoiH at. the Uoyal,
Pacific and Cosmopolitan Sa
Anchored is what the itnin said
when lie dropped into the Anchor
Saloon. Why? said his friend.
because you can nlwi got a
cuol leiietOiing drink wived by
gentlemanly attendants, and if
ymi happen to drop in iluring
lunch hour you will Im legated
with solids as will as liqiiiiln. In
fact the lunch at the Anchor is
said by many to be the best iu
town. The celebrated Seattle
ber is on tap It U sparkling
nud ice cold. The fluent of wines
and liquors in town nro to be had
at this popular resort.
A G-iMoiiied cottage, stables
and servant's quarters, situate on
Wilder avenui Lnrjo grounds
well laid out .mil planted with
fruit and ornamental trees; due
full Bet of furniture nnd cooking
stove can roinaiu in tho house if
wanted. Apply to A. V. Gear,
210 King street.
Btorling, tho pnintor, is pro
pared to quote prices on roof
painting. Ho usos a com position of
ioal tar nnd eomont. Cheapest
md host roof pieparation in Ho
Lamp novelties nro now to
Honolulu now to tho United
States until a smart French
man employed nt the factory
conceived the idea of building
for oil what others had done"
Look at the illustrations in
the accounts of swell dinners
and you will find beautifully
designed candelabra a year
ago they wore for candles
now for lamps. " You will find
the same tiling in our Ewa
window and no other shop has
them no other dealer handles
them .-. "C do, because our
buying r t'lods ore modern.
So's our sJling methods. You
can got, it banquet candelabra
lamp at nur store for about
what you jwy for u single burn
er in some places. That's tho
difi'erence in the methods.
You are interested in those
lamps cveh if you burn olectri
city tho table can hedecorated
with flowers and lamps dish
es come under tho head of
Half the pleasure of night
wheeling is in having a gpod
lamp. Policemen are alert to
find n. man taking a dark ride
sometimes the light jolts out
and the rider finds himsolf
without a match. No such
trouble with tho Banner bicy
cle lump it is made to burn
and stand hard knocks.
Von Holt Block.
said to be superior to anv
mlit r though not
2" Orders are now re
K . W.
SCHMIDT & SONS,
Aor.NTs op Tm:
Whive Sewing Machine Co
J. M. "WjiTBJB
Has just received a lnrgo con
signment of tho
mm , , music
Iloili Vool mill Iu'truraental. Also,
Blank Books and , - .
Which for qimlit'y nnd
cannot ho excelled.
iNo. 3i6 Fort Street.
Steamers of tbo above Line running in oonnootlon with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Uctwecn Vancouver, B. a, and Sydney, N. S. 'VV., and calling at Viotoria, B. CU
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
AEB 3DTJB .1' HOasrOLTTXjTa
On or about tbo dates below stated, viz.:
From Byrtney Mill Butb. for Victoria nnd I l'rom Victoria anil Vancouver, II. O., to
Vancouver. II. O.I Suva anil Sjilneyi
Btmr "WAIUUMOO" March 24
Stnir "MIOWEltA" April 24
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" May 24
Btmr "MIOWEltA" Juno 24
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Cuiiniln,
United States mid Europe.
FltKIClHT AHI rASSBNOEll AOESTS:
D. MoNioolIi, Montreal, Cnindu.
ItoimitT Kkiiii. Winnipeg, Canada.
M. M. Stehh, Snn Frnncco, C'nl.
Q. MoIi. Bnows, Vancouver, B. O.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
The New aud Fine Al Steel Steamship
" Moana "
Of thu Occnnio 8teniu-ihii Company will
bo dai; nt Honolulu from Sydney nnd
Auckland on or about -
.April 1, 1897.
Arid will lenvo for tho ubovo port with
MnilB and I'lusaeueors ou or about thnt
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho New and Fiuo Al Sleo Stoamslup
Of tho Oceania Stonmshin Comnnnv will
bo due at Honolulu from Snn Franoisco
on or atxmt
And will havo prompt despatch with
Mails nnd I'nsscuKora for tho above ports.
Tho undorsigned nro now prepared
ThroiiRh Tickets to All feints
in tlio United States.
t3JFor farther particulars regnrding
Freight or Pnssngo apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., "L'd,
from 8. F.
for S. F.
Mhrch B0, 1897 April 7, 1897
April 27, 1897 May 5, 1897
b'rotn San Frnuossco From Sydmiy for
for Sydney. Ban Fruncisco.
Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Alameda, Mo 11, '97 I
Miiripowv Aifrl) 8, '97 (
Moima, April 1, '97
A1.iii-U.Aji 13. '97
The price is
: Waverlcy Block
9 Hotol Street
We Make Shirts to Order.
Eagle -:- House
Mrs. Harry KlBmmH, - - Prop
TABLE BOAflD THE FINEST
, . . . IKCI.UII1SO MAN v....
Palatable German Dishes.
Oceanic StsMliip Co.
Oceanic lmm Co.
!8tmr"M10WEltA Mftwli lfi
Stmr "MIOWEIIA". ... .'. ?J ?
Btmr "WABiuMoo".... ;;:;;;ijJ2
t For Freight nud Pn8HnBo nnd nil
Gonernl Information, npply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for tho Hawaiian Inlands.
crs wis mi
Cnpt. J. A. KING, Port Sunt.
Will leave Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching at
Lrthaino, Manlaea Bay and M,.kena ths
rmlioelioo the following day, arriving nt
Hilo tho somo eveninn.
LKAVM BQKQLPt.p. ABMVIB U0M0LCI.U.
Tuesday.... Mnr. 0 priday... ..Mar 12
J")',- Mr. 20 Tnt,Iay.. Mar. 23
I''oy April 0 Friday...... ,t,rifo
Fricav April 10 TncHaay. . . Ami! l.t
Returning will leave Hilo at 1 o'clock
kona and Kawnl me aaiue ilayi Mnkenn,
dayj arnving at Honolulu the afternoons
of .uoaday und Friilaya.
" Will onll at Pohoikl. Pnn.
tf"No Freight will be received after
12 noon on day of Huilinc.
Will leave Honolulu 'lueticlay al 8 p. m.i
touching nt Kahului, Hnua, Uauioaand i
Kipuhn n, Maui, lleturnlug arrives at
Uouoluln Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nun, Kaupo, on Becoud trip ,
of each month. f
grNo Freight will be received nf ter
P. u. on day of sailing.
This Company will resorvos the right to
make changes in the time of departure and
arrival of its steauiors without notice and
it will not be responsible for any conse
quences arising therefrom.
uonsigunos must be at tho Landings to
receive their Fn-ight; this Company will
not hold itself responsible for freight after
it has been lauded.
Live Stook only at ownor's risk.
This Compnuy will not bo lesponslble
for Money or Valuables of passengers
unless placed in tho care of Pursers.
PuMeugers aie requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. Those failing to
do so will bo subject to an additional
oburgo of twenty-live per cent
Savings : Bank
Notico ie hereby given to Dopo-
Rltrird 111 iC Snviltrva !Ynntrinnnf
(uwktf i . M( iun Aywjiw uiiuub
of OlauB Spreckols & Co.'s Bank,
that on nml aftor April 1, 1897,
all iiitoroat on thoir tlnposits will
Savings Depositors may with
draw thojr accounts without giv
ing proviouB notico, or thoy may
leave same in our Barik on call.,k,k,
CLAUH Sl'ltliOKKLS fe CO.
Honolulu, Feb. 17, 1897.
Real Estate Broker.
209 Merchant Street.
FOU 8 VLB.
Upnso and Lot, 7SxlC5 ft., on No. 71
Yoiidr otreetj purlor, 3 bedrooms, kltchoii
lot on Wilder nveimo 100x300 ft., foueed.
Lots on Kiunu nud l'iikoi utrt'eta.
rurnlslied Iicfcraa within flvo minntos
walk from tho Tout Ofllce. AlbO other
IIoubo on Uoretani.t street, nenr Piikoi
Btrivt; 1 rnniiiH.il'nliiariKiiii, kitchen, buth
room nud an empty lot to keep n howo.
Houbo ou 80I100I street) parlor, several
bedrooms, kitchen, puntry, outhouses and
Btablo formerly occupied by Ilou. W. II.
Paper Hanger and Decorator'
Island Orders atteudod to with dispatch.
All work carefully aud promptly ex.
CiT Oiyick: Smith street, with Bamuel
Kaholookulaui I'ua. Itebideucoi I'aluma.
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