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EVENING BULLETIN, MAHOII 12, 1897.
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NEWS OF WHARF AND WAVE
floinc Loral and Foreign iriitrlueXewa
-An Accident O. S. 8. AUnir
III In Tort.
Tlio S G Wilder finished dis
Tho big British ship Soninntlm
is finishing loudiug for Now York
in tho strcntn.
The S S Alntneda wnB on tho
boards to dopnrt for Samoa and
tho Colonies at 4 p in today.
Tho Rodorisk Dim from llilo
arrived at Sau Francisco Mar 1,
after a passnga of 18 days.
Tho schoouor Oceania Yanco is
roported to havo sailed from New
castle, N S W, for Honolulu on
Tomorrow, high tide largo
a in; high tide small 0:30 p m; low
tido largo 7:10 a m; lowtido small
0:51 p m.
Ou Jan 27, in Lat 5 S and Long
IJ7 W, tho German bark Paul
lsenberg from Liverpool for Ho
nolulu was spokon.
Tho bark Annio Johnson for
llilo and tho bark Martha Davis
for Honolulu, both sailed Mar 4.
from San Francisco.
About sixteen horses and three
mules for tho Bristol horso show
wero lauded at niuo o'clock this
morning from tho Alameda.
Tho steamer J A Cummins came
in last night with hor third cargo
from windward Onhu for tho week.
Sho leaves today, and will return
tomorrow with another load.
Exports of sugar to Sau Fran
cioco, per bark S C Allen, Mar
10, wero as follows: 7381 bags by
C Brewer & Co, 4,000 bags by T
11 Davies & Co, 7852 bogaliy F A
Schnefer & Co.
The new steamship Holouo of
the Wilder fief t brought in her
first cargo of sugar this morning.
Sho brought Ki,48(i bags, and it is
said sho hod room for 1000 more.
Tho load of sweet stuff made hor
pretty low in the water.
On Mar 3 the American ship
Cyrus Wakefield arrived at New
York, ninety-one days fiom San
Francisco. This is said to bo the
best record between tho two ports
for over twenty fivo years. The
Young America probably holds
tho record, having made tho pas
eago from Sun Frnnuico to New
York nearly thirty years ngo in
'Iho following report of-tho S S
Alameda uas obtained from
Pursor Sutlon: The S S Alameda
e&iled from San Fraucifcco Mar 5
nt 4 p m, and arrived at Honolu
lu Mar 12 ut 5 a m. Timo of m-
f-age: G dos nud 13 hours, limit
fiuo weather. Slowed down Mar
11 so as to make Honolulu at day
light. On Mar 'J, Thomas M.
Cauua, a steerage passouger, died
of old ago and debility, and was
buried at sea.
Tho San Francisco Chronicle of
Mar 5 fays: Captain Calhoun ut
the Americau bark Coy Ion show I
ed the greatest ciithusinam over
tho inauguration of McKinley of
any of the American captains in
the bay. Th captain is 72 years
of ago and has nevor voted ony
ticket but tho llopublicau since
that paity was organized, lib
purchased a new AniPiicnu ling
and Hew it at his gaff as woll as
flci'tinillDL' his vcshul ntliHrwiiin.
While superintending tho ship
ping of u liihiui! boat to Hawaii'
in tho steamer Mutitiu l.oa this
forenoon, a Jauaneho lout his,
balance, and Ml down the fore. '
hold of tho vessel. Ho was not1
seriously hurt beyond n few
bruises nnd a severe shaking up.
The unfoi lunate follow whh token
homo in a wagon. In falling, the
Utile man from the Orient upset'
tho chief oilicer, who was standing
near tho hatchway, both landing I
on tho froight below. Tho officer
was not hurt. I
Exports for Sau Francisco, perl
S S Australia, Mar 10, wero tho
following: 15,192 bags sugar by
Wm G Irwin & Co, 500 bags rice
by Hyman Bros, 800 bags rice by
Sing Chong & Co, and tho follow
ing sundries by various eliippors;
CS1 bills hides, 5 bdla goat skins,
34 bdla kips, 1 bag hair, 23 bags
horns, 25 bags bonos, 3 bills xleer
skins, 20 bills sheep hkins, 51-19
bnehs bonanos, CO hags coffee, 2
bx betel leaf, 1 bx koa wood, and
CH bx bananas. Foieign produce
valued at $1905 was niuo shipped.
Th" domestic produce was milled
Toronto, Fob 17 T Shiota of
Japan arrived in tho city last
ovoniug. Tho Jnpaneso Mail
Stoamsliip Company are having
constructed twelvo fiuo ocouu
steamers to ply botweon Jupan
and Europoan ports via tho Straits
ol Malacca and the Buez Canal.
Ten of these vessols aro boing
constructed nt British dockyards
nnd tho othor two aro to bo built
at tho Misu Biski dockyards, nnd
Mr Shiota, as chief ongiueor, is
on his way to Glasgow to study
the work that is going on nt tho
Scotland yards. Tho building of
thoso two boats in n Jnpaueso port
will constituto a great departure,
for never yet has a big steamboat
beon built by an Eastorn nation.
From Sau Francisco, per brig
Wm G Irwin, Mar 11 M iss Jessie
It Hopkins, Mrs Georgo Dou
nisou, Master U Deuuison nnd
Miss Bertha Denuisou.
From San Fraucisco, por S S
Alameda, Mar 12 For Honolulu:
Jnmos L Barker, Prof D M Bristol,
Miss Charlotto L Collins, 11 A
Craig, T T French nnd wife, A J
Houriques, Mrs E G Hitchcock,
Miss II O Hitchcock, Miss M
Hitchcock, Miss Holmes, Ohas
D Jacob, Donald II Jacob, Miss B
Landers, Avery McCarthy, wifo
and child, Miss Harriett Newell,
V G Ogg, Miss S Owles, H O
Ovondeu, Miss Ida Bello Palmer,
Mrs Do ltichotto Queilotto, J H
Sears nud wifo, Mrs J P Sisson,
Miss E Taylor, O M Whito, HO
Witt and 17 steerago. For Auck
land: Titos J Stuart and 1 steer
age. For Sydney: Mrs E M
Board, J Cran, Harold Field, L P
Goldstonc, A 13 M Gow, A B Mao
kintosh, C II Palmer, Jerome J
Pariueleo, A S Pattorson, wife and
two children, J llobinson, H
Stansfii'ld nnd wife, Mrs D E
White, II A Williams, wifo, threo
children and nurso, F O Rock
nnd 12 steerage. Join at Honolu
lu for Sydney: Miss Alice Dom
ing, T A Kennedy and wife, S E
Lnidley, E Burley.
P SSKNOEItS DEI'AKTED.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr
Manna Loa, Mar 12 J Bachelor,
Mrs Amalu, Miss Kalolo, Miss
Every, Mrs Hose, 0 Hedemann,
O Fribiger, W Smithies, O U
Oilhus and 45 deck passengers.
For China nnd Japan, per S S
China, Mar 11 Miss Helen Wil
dor, Mrs It 0 Spalding, Otis B
Spalding, Mr nud Mrs F F Mur
phy, Mrs T E Oliamporonne, Airs
Johnson, Mrs Hitchcock, Captain
Ditholpseu, Mrs Z W Walker. Mr
Georgo It Thorno nud wife, MiBs
Thome, Mr Knesor and Mr Hob
bins. A hluull Itlnxr.
dnWIl to lllr-t UHllIll
hnuut ou the
city front this morning nttempted
ii,.i!giii a cigir in n iia.il a gaio
of wind. AftiT Using up near n '
whole box of matches, he succeed
ed in gottiug a llnine from one of
the wax sticks, lu his hnsto to
tiro his ciuur, ho set his whiskers
nbla.o. He immediately becamo
so excited that ho shouted, "All
hands on deck I Pirn in the rig
ging I Livelj everybody 1" Juot
then n hnckmnu with a pail of
water for his horse appeared. Tho
jnhuseoiiig the mariner afire, u,i-j
about to throw tho pail of water
over him, but a sudden gust of
wind whittled through the whis
kors with such force that tho lilazo
was extinguished. Tho navigator
then "Uokad ' for tho docks, and
related the story ot ins misuap to
ft crowd ot aynipatliotio listouers.
llulldlns oiul I.ohii 1'nlluro In .Sim
The slockholdeis of the Enter
prise Mutual Building nnd Loan
Association of Sau Frnucihco has
held a meeting and decided to go
into liquidation. Tho association
wim incorpnrati d Feltrnary 28,
1891. It has come to grief from
an absconding director and in
judicious loaning. The nssocia
tion has isflUfd three sorios, of
which 1350 share-i have boon sub
sm ihed for. lt assets consist of
S42.000, loaned on real estate
mortgages. The directors express
tlie nope tuat at loast me capital
in by the stockholders will bo ro-
paid, but tho interest and tho oarn
lugs aro a total loss.
February 0, nn eugineor of long
oxperienco writes tho ' Pacific
Hardware Co., ns follows: "I
received your circulars coneern
ing Vacuum Oil and ns I havo
used them sinco, having tho power
of delecting my own oil, 1 can
only echo the facia which thoy ex
onus. " i
TmmsDAT, Mar. 11.
Btmr J A Cummins, Beaile, from Oahu
Fhidit. Mar. 13.
Btmr Kauai, Hrulin, from Kauai.
Strar IValuleatc, Parker, from Kauai.
Btmr Hclenc, Fitzgerald, from Hawaii anil
S 8 Alameda, Van Olcrcudorp, from San
Tnutisiur, Mar. 11.
Stmr Kuala, Mojlicr, for Oaliu port.
Stmr James Makcc, Tullctt, for Kapaa.
Fiiidat, Mar. 13.
Stmr J A Cummins, Scarlo, for Oaliu
ytmr Mauna Loa, Slmcrsoo. for Maul and
Stmr Noenu, 1'Ucrton, for I.alinlnn, ilo
nokaa and Kukulliuvlv.
S S Alamcdn. Van Otcicudorp, for Ida
Colonies via damoa.
OAliaOES FllOM ISLAND POUTS.
Ex stmr llelcno 13,450 uags susar.
Ex elmr Wolaleale 8S55 lags sugar.
Ex stmr J A Cummins 1333 bajjs tKr.
Exslinr Knnnl -JI10 Las siiKar, HO bnin
rice, IS bills bides.
McCANNA At sea, on board 8, 8. Alameda,
Mar. U, TUomus MvCamm, of eld sua and
TIIK JAI'AM-SH JtlKKIINU
.11 r. Miliimmi Toll r tlio fioml
Advice (llvrll Hint.
As far as carrying out tho pur
poses for which tho mass meeting
of Jnpaneso was called last ovon
iug, tho assemblage nt tho hull
over Luce's auction rooms was n
complete failure. Thero wero be
tween two and three hundred Jap
anese prouont, niuo few whites.
' In calling the meeting to order,
Mr. Shinzawn stated that although
tho meeting was called for tho
purpose of expressing their opini
on of the fiction of tho Govern
mont in tho matter of the Shin
shu-Maru's Immigrants, he had
been requested by tho attorneys
for the Jnpaneso to await the de
cision of the Court before ex
pressing any opinion or further
agitating the matter. Ho had
been ndvised thnt it wns their duty
to nbido by the decision of the
Court and sny nothing until it
wns rendered. Ho thoroupon nd
journed tho meeting, but said nny
oiio in tho audience would be
given n hearing who wished to
Row Mr. Takiuo took ndvnutngo
of tho offer. Ho said ho was on a
of the Shiushu Maru's passengers
who had been allowed to laud.
After telling how well he had
boon treated at tho quarantine
station, ho advised the meeting to
follow tho good advice of tho at
torneys, Two or threo others addressed
tho audience but what thoy said
was of no public iutoiest.
iiii: ro.MiMi ki.ioiion.
l'rolilcut Dolii , p 1. 1 ii t h Xch llimrdM
Ill coinpliiiiico with the Klection
law Provident Dob' bus appointed
the ftilh'Wiig B''hh1b nf I'ogjstru
tion for tlio Islands:
Island of Onhu Henry Duvis,
Chiiirniau; Josoph M. Canmra
Robert Moupili Baker
Hilo, Puna and Hamnkua, Isl
and .! tin wan ISidmnn D. Bald
win, Chairman; Hurry Ityoroft.
II1 hi J. U mini.
Kiilnla, Kona and Kau, Island
nt luiwiiii Homy II. Benton,
Clii'irman; J. K. Nnluilu, William
Man, Mulokfti, Lanai and Ka
hooiawo F. W. Haidy, Chair
innr; A. N; Keooikui, Henry A.
B. hint n.
K.iiuii and Nihau Goirgo 3.
Faircluld Chairman ;HHiiryPetoiB
and Willi. in H. ltico, Jr.
ItKAUV: i-'Olt WAlt.
The suntlmeiit In favor of tho Cuban
hiRurgcnls secniK to bu riuuIdr uvu.-y
day. In Wnshlnton the cause of tho
insurgents is warmly cspousi-d. Yes-,
tcrtlny tho Cnmuron resolution, which
tho morning diRpatches reported
would probably be introduced into tho
Senate Monday, was tho cause of
much comment. According to Secre
tary ot Statu Olney, this resolution
practically means war with Spain,
There is no danger or probability that
war with Spain will in the least affect
tho quality of Itnlnler Beer. No mat
ter what happens Itainicr Beer will
always be tho beBt. On tnp or In bot
tles at the Crltorlou Saloon,
Lamp novelties are new to
Honolulu new to tho United
States until a smart French
man employed at tho factory
concoived the idea of building
for oil what others had dono
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
tho same thing in our Ewa
window and no other shop has
them no other dealer handles
them .f. wo do, because our
buying methods aro modern.
So's our bulling methods. You
can tret, n banauot candelabra
lam j) nt our store for about
what you pay for a single burn
er in some places. That's tho
difl'urcucu in the methods.
You ore interested in thoso
lamps even if you burn electri
city the table can bedecorated
with flowers nnd lamps dish
es come under the head of
Half tho pleasure of night
wheeling is in having a good
lump. Policemen are alert; to
find a man taking a dark ride
sometimes tho light jolts out
and the ridur finds himself
without a match. No such
trouble with the Banner bicy
clo lamp it is made to burn
and stutid hard knocks.
Von Holt Block.
are said to bo suporior to any
othbr. though not higher in
Orders are now re
SCHMIDT & SONS,
AGENTS Or TnR
White Sewing Maohine Co
J. M. WEBB
Has just received a largo con
signment of the
Latest :. Popular :. Music
Both Vocal anil Instrumental. Also,
Blank Books and
Which 'for quality nnd price
cannot bo excellod.
No. 316 Fort Street.
Steamers of the abore Line running in connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC BAILWA.Y
Betwoon Vancouver, B. O., nnd Sydney, N. S. W and oalllng nt Viotoria, B. a
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
-A.EE X3TJTB AJJ? laionsroij-crijTJ'
On or nbout tho dates below stated, viz.:
From Bjilnry anil Suva, for Victoria and
VancouTor. II. C
Stmr,,WAItniMOO" March 24
Slnir"MIOWElU" April 24
Stmr "WARMMOO" May 24
Stmr "MIOWE1U" Jnno 24
Tltroiifrh Tloltcts Issued from Honolulu to Cmindu,
United States and Kurope.
rnEianT and rAnsENfinn aoen-is:
D. MoNicoll, Montreal, Canada.
Koeeiit Keiiii, Winnipeg, Canada.
M. M. Hteiin, San FranciFoo, Cal.
G. MoIj. Baoiv:, Vhuoouver, B. O.
Oceanic Steamsliip Co.
Australian Mail Service,
For San Francisco:
Tlio New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
" Moana "
Of tlio Oceanic Steamship Company will
be dno at Honolulu from Sydney and
Auckland on or about
.April 1, 1897.
And will leave for tho above port with
Mails and Passengers on or alxmt that
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho Now and Fino Al Steo Stcamehip
" Mariposa "
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo dno at Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
A.pi-il 8, 1807.
And will havo prompt despatch with
Mails nnd Passengers for tho alxwo ports.
Tho nmlorsigued are now prepared
Through TiekutH to All I'oints
in the I'nlttMl Statos. '
E3F"For further particnlars regarding
Freight or Pafisago apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. a. AUSTRA'Jft.
from 8. F.
for 8. F.
M..rch 30, 1897 April 7. 1897
April 27. I8U7 May fi, 1397
From San Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. San Francisco
jlrrtre Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Mariposa. April 8, '97 I Moana, April 1, '97
Moana, May 0, '97 Ahmed i, Ap29. '97
The price is
9 Hotel Street : : WaTGrlBT BlOCt
We Make Shirts to Order.
Eagle :- House
Mrs, Harry KlBmmQ, - - Prnp
Now Mnnagemont. .,,
TABLE BOARD TUB FINEST
INCLUUiya MANY ....
Palatable German Dishes.
' Steamship Line
From Victoria and VancouTor, B. 0., to
Snva and Sjdneri
StmrMIOWEItA' March 18
Stmr "WA1UUUOO" Anril 18
Stmr "MIOWKHA" ...ll", 0
Stmr "WAIUtlMOO" .Juno 18
ST For Freight nud Tansojo and nil
Goncrnl Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for tbonawniiau Islands.
Lahnma, Mnalaoa Bay and Mukenn the
sumo day; Mahukona, Kawalhueand Lau.
pahoehoo tho following day, arriving- at
Hilo tho same oveniug. b
LrAVta uoHot.pt.n. AnBivM liOMOLntn.
Tnesday Mor. 10
Friday Mar. 28
FrldBy... ..Mur 12
Ti'esilay., .Mar. 3
Friday April 2
FrW-ay April 10 ' TuaJ.'.'.AJitU 13
-luesdny April 0
Roturulng, will leave Hilo at 1 o'clock
p. m., toucliinB nt Laupahoohoe, Malm
kona and I KnwalW sa.. o day, Makena,
Mialneu 1 ay aud L.,halua tlie follow Inn
day; arriving at JIouolulu tho afloraoons
" Will call at I'ohoiU, I'nna.
CWNo Freight will be received after
19 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tuosday nt 6im,i
touching nt Knhulul, Haun, Uamoaand
Kipahu u, Mnui. Itoturuiug arrives al
nonolnlu Sunday mornings.
Will call at uu, Kaupo, on Becond trip
of ench month. r
SsSTKo Freight will be received after
p. m. on day of sailing.
i This Company will reserves the right to
make charges in tho timo of dopartnro and
u ; ot itH s,euu,era,l"aoatnotioettnd
it will not be repoiislble for any const
quences arising therefrom.
uonBignnos must be at tbe LnndlaRS to
receive their Freight; this Compiny will
not hold itself rosponaililo for freight after
it has been lauded.
Live Stock only at owner's risk.
This CompauJ- will not bo responsible
for Money or Valuables of passengers
unless placed in the care of rursors.
Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets beforo embarking. Those failing to
do so will bo subject to un additional
charge of twenty.iivo per cent
Savings : Bank
Notice is liprohy given to Depo-
, sitors in tho Savings Department
of Glaus Spreekele & Co.'b Bank,
I that on anil nftor April 1, 1897,
nil interest on tlinir dnpoMts will
Savings Depositors inny with
draw their accounts without giv
ing provious notice, or thoy may a
leave same in our Bank on call. '
Clauh Spkeckkw A Co.
Honolulu, Foh. 17, 18D7.
Real ' Estate Broker.
200 Merchant Stieet.
. House and Lot, "OxlSfl ft., on No. 71
YoaiiK fitrtel; parlor .1 bediooiut, kitolien
Lok on Wilder avenue 100x3(10 ft , fenced.
Lois on Kiuan and 1'iikoi streets,
Furnished Rooms within live minutes
walk from tho fust Oflloe. Also other
IIouso ou Beretauta street, near Pilkoi
streetj 4 rooms, diuiiiR room, kitcl.eu, bath
rojiu and an empty lot to keep u horso.
House on tioliool sirtet; iarlnr, several
badrooms, kitchen, pantry, outhouses and
stable formerly occuplod by llou W. U.
Paper Hanger and Decorator
Island Orders uttendod to with dispatch. g
All work carefully and promptly ex-
L'T OrricKi Smith sireet, with Bamnel
Kuholookuluui l'ua. ltesideuce: i'alama,
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