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CITY FRONT ROTES
TIIK Ntl.MHY 1'LEfcT IlItl.NUN I.OT.M
A l.umbrr Hcliimuer Arrived llie l'rr
CJ- Kiluiiriln olV I'urt About
Tho AV G Irwin has finished dis
charging. Tho ship E 13 Sutton received
sugnr nt Oceanic dock today.
The bark llosalio will have nil
hor lumbor out by tomorrow.
Tho schooner Fred E Sander
has boguti loading for the Coast.
Tho barkontine Wrestlor sails
for l'uget Sound in ballast today
Tho British ship Snmitntha will
sail about Thursday for New
Tho schooner Eobort Lowers
snils this nftornoon for Sau Fran
cisco with n full loud of sugar.
The four-masted schooner Pros
per came in this morning with a
cargo of lumber from the Sound.
Tomorrow, high tide largo 2:10
a in; high tide small 2:40 p m; low
tido largo 8:49 a m; low tido small
8:10 p in.
Tho barken tino S N Castlo and
schoonor Transit will sail tomor
row for San Fraucisco with full
oargocs of sugar.
'Tho ship Uonj F Packard be
gins throwing out hor ballast at
Soreuson's wharf today before
loading Htigar "round the Horn."
Tho brig Percy Edwards, with
a party of colonists for Luvukn,
Fiji Islands, arrived off port thhv
morning, bhe is from ban JL'ran
cioco. Tho lings to bo hoisted at ono
time in signalling at sea never ex
ceed four. It is an interesting
arithmetical fact that, with eight
een various colored ting", nnd
never more than four at a time, no
fewor than 78,6-12 signals can bo
Tho sleamors leaving today are
the Wainlealo at 4 for Kilauea,
Kalihiwai and Hnunlei, Keauiiou
at 2 for Lahaina, James Makeo nt
4. for Knpna, Kauai nt 4 for Mukn
weli, Mikahatn at 5 for Nnwiliwili
(nd Hnnamnulu, Mokolii at 5 for
Molokai, Maui and Lanai.
Tho Belgian government has at
last decided to expend closo on
X1,000,000 in increasing tho Ant
worn dock accommodation. Tho
quays nro to bo extended 3000 foet
, il. .,!. o.,l n 1, .,.,,! Oiin
to the SOUth, and a chauuel 200
ioet WKIO antl Z4 ICOt ClOOI) IS lO UO
constructed. Tho work iB to bo
carried out by contract, the speci
fications defining a minimum wngo
for the men,. and stipulating that
they shall bo insured and proper
ly protected against injury. Sur
veys have nlso been made with n
view to a still greater extension of
tho pott in the near future.
nni.atrnnroil Tim work in in lin
From Mnui, por stmr Glaudiuo,
Mar 14 Mrs Dr Dorl)y, Bishop
of Pauopolis, Mrs G W Lincoln,
Miss N Lincoln, A Tibbs, L M
eckor, C lauaka and Wife, 1' I
Mt'ver, wife imd 8 chililren, C
Hedemanu, M MoCnnu, Miss Es
pindn, Mrs Kuai and 57 deck pas
sengers. From Knnni. per stmr V G
-. -. .
Hiil . iInr 14 Paul iMeumann. A !
(i M 'Rnliorljnii 1 Af T.vilimtn T i eclir Allen A, Now Whatcom Duo
uV , ,, rWlJi ', Aral111 Mlghland Light, Departure llaj.Due
Q OOCl, MruJJr WnltB-rt, L Illlt I Ambk Martha Davis SF Due
cliuou, S D. ckei, ,1 E Biibh, Mrs A ' KHKjt. i'rt (iiimMc . ,...u.n
r -vr m' mi i i 11 I Am sehr John D lnllant,..l'rt UamblcDuo
Jj laiilO, Mlrt Jl JjOkl'OIO, Akau UMSMailnn,, tail Dlcgo Duo
YuOU nnd 02 deck paSSPIIgors. "w hl Diamond Head...Prt lllakely, Mar IS
. Z btlir Wm llondcn.. ..Newcaslle. . .Anrl4
A Xotublu Voyusc.
Talk about yachting, thoro
"somo sensn of satisfaction in n
schoonor yacht that can go on a
cruise around the world and come
homo via Capo Horn with forty
on hor log, and
tho craft still in
never having lost a spar or sail
That is tho record of the Ainoii
enn keel schoonor yacht Coronet,
which returned hero Inst Saturday,
from a trip to Japan and Sun
Francisco, She rounded tho Horn
twice, by tho way, gojutr morn
than half around tho globe aud
back tho sameway, iustead of all
tho way round. On hor westward
voyngo sho made the . distance
from Now York to Sau Francisco
in HT days, and returned in 114,
but would have done the lattor in
considerably less had it not been
for heavy gains og Hattorns. The
Coronet is only 100 tons, and waf
builli by 0 ami It Poillou, Brook
lyn, in 1885, Murine Journal.
whiffing intcllmeme. ,
Hitlkdat, Mar. 13.
8lmr Kal. Moslicr, from Oaliu port.
Suniut, Mar. 14.
8tmr Claiidlnc, Cameion, from porta oil
Llkellkc, Nye, from Hawaii and
8tmr J A
Uunimtua, Senile, from Oalia
Stmr V (3 Hall, llnKluiKl, from
Stmr Kilauea llou, Freeman, from
Stmr Leliuu, Mncdonald, from Hawaii and
MoMiiT, Mar. 15.
Am achr I'rotpcr, Jolianncsaen, Iroiu 1'ort
Am brls Percy Edward, I'ctcraon, from
Monday, Mar. 15.
J A Cummins, Scarle, for Oaliu
Stmr Kcauliou, Thompson,
Honokaa and Kukulbaclc.
VESSELS LEAVING TOMOnitOW.
Stmr Clnudlnc, Cameion, for Maul.
Stmr Klnau, Cluikc, for Maul and Ha
waii. Stmr llclcnc, Fitzgerald, for I'aaubau.
StmrLcbua, Macdnnald. for Olowalu, Ho
nomu, Hakalau and l'ubaKumanu,
Am tiktn S N Cattle, Hubbard, for Sau
Am ecur Transit, Jorensan, for San Fran
cisco. OAItdOES FltOM ISLAND TOUTS.
Ex stmr Lcbua-2310 baj;s sugar, 101)
Ex stmr Kilauea Hon 3000 bags sugar.
E stmr J A Cummins I35U bags sugar.
Ex stmr Kaala 2023 bags sugar
Ex stmr Ukeltke U.H14 bags sugar, 103
bags collvo aud SO bdls bides.
Ex stmr V O Hall Sll-fl bags sugar, 200
sbt-cp, lit bdls hides, 6S pkgs sundries.
Ex stmr ClaudlueT'J.'il bags fcugar, ISO
bugs potatoes, 121 bags corn, lilt bags ginger,
jy nogs, 14 mars aim to ikl'k aunnries.
VKSSKI.J IN POUT.
U 8 S Alert, Hanford, from a cruise, Mar 8.
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
Atn ecbr Prosper, Jolianncssen, Port (lam-
bl. .Murcli 15.
Am sebr Itobert Lowers,
Am schr Jessie Minor, Whitney,
i Br 'k Koulcnbcck, UodgerB, Liverpool,
Am schr Fred E Sander, Carlson, Hukodate,
Nlc bktn Wrestler, Ncllson, Newcastle,
Am ship W F Babcock, Graham, S F,
Jap S 8 Shlnshlu Maru, Kobe, Feb 27.
UrshipSciuantba, Crowe, S F, Feb 15.
Nor bk FautaBl, Andcrsen.Ncwcostle. Feb 24.
Haw bk Rosalie, NIsseii.Chemalmus, Feb 21.
Am schr Transit, Jorgcnson, 8 f.
Am schr Aloha, Dubcl, 3 F, Feb 13.
Bk toiio, hosier, Newcaslle, rcb is.
Haw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, SE, Feb 20.
Am bktn 8 N Castle, llublurd.S F.Feb as.
Am ship K B Sutton, Carter, s r .Mar o
Am bktn S O Uder, MeN
Nell. 3 F. Mar 0.
Am bk Amy Turner, Wulleu, is V. Mr 7.
Am ship Hcnl F Packard, Allen, Kobe, Mar 8
Am bktu W O Irwin, Williams, 8 F. Mar 11
Am ship Iroquois........ S I
. Am bchr Esther, Iluhno... .Eureka Due
Ambk .Matilda. I'tlllakily
I 8 j Ml iwcra, Vancouver March IG
SSHelgle SF March 20
j 8 8 City ol HlodeJunelro, Yokohama, Mar 21
ISs Warrlmoo, ...Sjdney, .....Marelr21
III; '-imhiole. .Ncwcntlu ....Due
Nio bk Doiiilnloi Newcaitle Due
(iir bk Paul li-cuberi:.... Liverpool Due
Schr Louis Newcastle
Bk Newsboy Newcastle
Am shlpllcaper... Newcastle
'. l'9.r,".n" .v. N-a,iU Apr r.
Ii.1.. V......li U..nrt....tl..
Ni'iir .nninn mi nrn -i u'CfiBi in .
fc-hr W HTnlbot,...NeHeasllu
gehr Echo Newcaslle
Iluw lik Iolanl New York .... May ,11
Schr Olgu Ni-wcastlii MarSI
Am schr Alice Cook., l'uget Sound....
Am bktn Charles h Crocker,. .Newcubtlo
likNuuanu NVw York
j Am tfclir Oceania Vance,. .Newcastle, Apr iiti
Am bk Molilcuii,
Am bktu V II Dlmoud,.
At rniiiin hiimtre.
Tho government band plays nt
Emma squaro this oveniug at tho
usual hour. Tho following selec
tions have boon nrrrunged by
Oyurturo Light Cavalry Snpne
liilonnctio Itutbluo (by reiiucst)....Fruiike
Fiiiule-Victor 1'Uanl Perl
Ueiulnlscenccs of Ulleiiuacu .... ....Conradl
Cornet Solo The Surf (new) . . . ,8telnbauser
Mr. Charles Krcuter.
(Iraud March Honolulu Killea (by re-
Walu-Jolly Fellows Vollstaedt
Medley Musician's llcvcrie., ,, Beyer
King Bros, have just received n
now lot of tissue paper, window
polee, sash rods, artists' materials,
picture fvamos, otd.
JZJL&,,?', ' t'i
EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH lfi, 1807.
(lly Annk IIahik 1'iiMcorr.)
Now what is tho timo of tiny
with this charming country of
Hnwnii this shattored continont
of a fow habitablo, most habitablo
fragments loft on tho faco of tho
Middlo Pacific, with n olimato so
soothing, so comforting, bo restful
as to bo n priino componBation for
all tho ills of lifo what is the fret,
wo ask ?
Is it that one class of folk hero
aro greeting sore for "Auuoxatiou"
and anothor for "Restoration,"
ond ono as precisely hopoless as
tho other tho first a mad dream
and tho second a fallacy ?
That is it. That is tho ennkor
of cantnnkorous people today
ono sot speeding for Washington
nnd tho other loitering nbout the
"Pulaco" and longing for n mou
nrch mnn or womnn, young or
What a pity to bo losing timo
chasing phantoms! And this
thingin hand n solid rcnlity this
what is today yours, n ronl trea
sure. This mngnificont country.
Why, if I, n woman only, owned
but half of it I would sharpen up
overy ax, 'and would mako this
country ring and boom itsolf, with
tho music aud tho whirr and the
buzz. I would bo rich, ay, I
would bo as indopondont as a
Fourth of July I. Scorn would
I to bo spending money and men
and timo asking favors at tho
door of that White Houso that
Executivo Mansion. I would
turn over aud turn over my stock
in hand, soil overy foot of laud,
robuy it in timo- spll it again
build my railroads trado on my
country until I made it rich,
made it pay I Never was there a
better outlook for a Republic than
tins innu ap it stnutls, with wise
heads at its head and not mad
schemers. Who can tell what tho
United States of America will bo
in fifty years from this, politically
or what Hawaii will be! Tho
complexion may chango mauy
times with timo given. What is
needed right now is good legisla
tion, honest industry, lovo to our
neighbor of whatever race or conn
try, and lovo to God iu school
house und courthouse, iu church
nnd homo; nnd thon Hnwaii noi
will sing its own song of freedom.
"Hawaii nei," ay, forever and
Tilt ijc.ni:nt stoii.ii.
Nome I'ruci'ONIIcntlonn About 111
Ooniliii; Kqnhioxliil Period.
At Frank Brown's placo on Sat
urday the rain gauge measured
.35 of an inch; on Sunday .10 nnd
this morning .10, mnking n total of
.01. The rainfall was heavier in
town but tho full force of the storm
struck Waialua, where it was ao
compnuied by heavy thunder. Tho
storm passed over that end of the
island out into tho Kauai channel.
At tho pali several inches of rain
loll in n very short time, the water
coming down iu great sheets and
quickly ovoi flowing tho reservoirs.
Mr. Brown Bays that this is
only n commencement. The moon
will bo full on Thursday next at
11 o'clock in tho forenoon. Wlien
this occurs in conjunction with the
Equinox it iB always accompanied
by heavy rains for at least n week
after. Mr. Brown has raado a
study of theso signs of the moon,
etc., ond is fully confideut that he
will bo found to bo correct in his
Theso arolays of considerable
anxiety and perplexity to all who
have posbessions or oilier iuluiegls
iu the Republic of Hawaii, and it
is timo that our citizens came to a
mutual understanding on sovornl
important issues. Tho prospects
for Aunoxation appear at present
vaguo and iudistinct, and our
destiny cnunot bo foretold with
certainty. Thoro aro those, also,
who still foudly cling to the hopo
of a return to tho old order of
things, and who cannot be per
suaded otherwise, yot this out
look appears fur moro hazy than
that of Auuexation ovon to tho
most hopeful disciples of tho
Monarohy. But, fortunately, in
tho midst of nil this uncertainty
thoro is solnco in tho fnot that
Buffalo Beer has camo to stay and
thnt patrons of nil 'sorts nnd
op'iuions may equally share tho
benefits of its invigorating nnd
sustniuing properties. "Wo nro
moreavor nssured that this fnvorito
brow will continue to bo dispens
ed ns horotoforo nt tho Royal,
Pneifiu and Cosmopolitan Sa
loons. 1 1 '
Valuublo Business Properly on
Nuuanu street, bringing n good
Sevornl Lots near Punchbowl
nnd nt Mukiki, tho Choicest Resi
dence Property in tho city. A
perfect view from Dinmond Hand
to Ei"n, Honolulu add Harbor.
Four HoiiS'-s and Lots on Punch
bowl Btruot, only fivo minutes
walk from tho Post Office
We also have Coinfortablo
Houses for sale on easy torms si
tuated on tho following streots;
Lunalilo, Kinnu, Kuktii, Has
singer, Berotnnia, Young, Vic
toria, Grufii, Thurston Avenue,
Punuhou, Ldiha und Nuuuuu.
Building Lots in all parts of tho
city on tho instalment plan.
Sovoral woll ostablishod Lodg
CoiToo Lauds on Hawaii and a
Piuonpplo Ranch with limo and
othi-r fruit trees noar Honolulu.
210 King Street nnd 207 Mer
A.Vc-Gear & Co.
Office 810 King St.
Qeneral Business Agents
' Loans Negotiated nud Collections
Stooks Bought and Sold.
Books Andltcd and Accounts Adjusted.
Bills H aught
FiPe and Life Insurance Ageijt
Real Estate and Commission Agent.
Stock Broker. Firo and Lifo In
surance, Campbell Block, 200 Merchant Street.
Bulletin, 75 cents
&&t&Mj&hx '$$exkA dl.. .frtotfSLt 'isMiM 'iii '.
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
Steamers of the above Line running in connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, B. O., and Sydney, N. 8. W., nnd calling Bt Viotoria. B. a.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji), '
On or nbout the dotes below stated, viz.:
From Sydney and Sura, for Victoria and
Vancouver. II. C.t
Btmr "WAnRlMOO" March 24
Btmr "MIOWKllA" April 24
Stmr "MIOWKllA" April 24
Stmr "WARKIMOO" May 24
3tmr "MIOWKllA" June 24
Through Tlclieta Issued from Honolulu to Caiuulu,
United States nnd Europe.
FilCiam AND PASflEKClEU AOEJ.T8:
D. McNicoll, Jlontrenl, Cnnndu.
Robust Keiiii, Winnipeg, Cnnadn.
M. M. Stern, Situ Francisco, Cel.
O. MoIi. BnowN, Vrniconvf r, B. O.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
Tho New and Fino Al 8teel Steamship
" Moana "
Of the Oceanic Stenmship Company will
bo due at Houoluln from Sydney and
Auckland on or nbout
A.pvil 1, 1897.
And will leavo for tho nbovo port with
Mails nnd Passengers on or about that
ForSydney and Auckland:
Tho Now nnd Fino Al Steo Steamship
" Mariposa "
Of the Oceanio Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from Snn Francisco
on or about
A.pril 8, 1897.
And will linve prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for the nbovo ports.
The undersigned aro now prepared
ThrouRh Tickets to All Points
in the United States.
HjrFor furthor particulars regarding
Freight or Passago apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. x AUSTRIA.
trom S. F.
for S. F.
March .'10, 1897 April 7. 1897
April 27. 1897 May C, 1897
From Sau Francisco
From Sydney for
Irrt're Honolulu. Itfavr Honolulu.
Mariposa. April 8, '97 I Moana, April 1, '97 '
moana, JUny o, 'U Aiuuiedn, Ap'JU, '97
A GOOD THING
4 n a c
Ohia, Algeroba and Pine Firewooe
Cut and Split (ready for tlu Stove).
STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COAL
WHITE ANDV BLACK HAND
At Lowest Prii w, delivered to any purt o)
TELEPHONE i i t -414
HUSTAOR & CO.,
31 Queen Street.
Is prepared to furnish
4000 Tons Cane Fertilizer
To order for 1896.
In Quantities to Suit.
Orders solicited for a future At
A. F. COOKE, Manager.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
A Quiet, Homolike Place, whero Trained
Nui-boh, Massage, "Swedish Movement,"
Baths, Electricity and Physical Training
may bo obtained.
P. 8. KELLOGG, M. D.,
Telephone 039. Superintendent.
Oceanic SteamsliiD Co.
liCSiiillC StfiKlllp Co.
From Victoria ana VancoiiTer, 11. O., to
Hutu and Hyilncr!
Stinr"MIOWEKA March 16
Btmr "WARRIMOO" Anril IB
Stmr "MIOWEHA". sH S
Stmr "WAMUMOO". . . ..'.'. Juno 16
t& For JYeiKht nnd Pnssngo nnd nil
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Acents for the Ilnwniinn Inlands.
O. L. WIGHT, Pre. S. 11. HOSE, See.
Cnpt. J. A. KING, PortSupU
Will leave Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching at
Lahama, Maalaea Bay and Mukena the
sanie day; Mahukona, Kawaihae and Lau
paliochoe the following day, arriving at
Hilo tho samo evening. '
tKATits noMoi.ni.rj. Anntvrs iiokolvlu.
5u.e,S(3ay Inr. 10 I Pridnv... ..Mar 12
Jnilny Mur. 20 Tuesday. . . JIar. 23
luemlay.... April 6 Friday April 2
Fri':"V April 10 Tuesday. . .April 13
Roturning, will leave Hilo at 1 o'clock
p. m., toucliiug at Laupahoehoe, Mahn
Bona and Knwaihao saiuo duyj Makena.
Ma.dnea llay aud Lahaina tho following
day; arriving at Honolulu the afternoons
of luesduy and Fridays.
Win call at Tohoiki, Puna.
?No 'Freight will be received after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday at 6 r. m.i
touching at Knlmliil. Ilmm unr.,n. nj
Kipahulu, Maui, lieturning arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, on second trio
of each month.
fWNo Freight will be received after
p. m. on day of sailing.
This Company will reserves the right to
make changes in the time of departure and
j ' i' steauieis without notice and
it will not bo responsible for anyconse
quences arising therefrom.
Consignees must be at the Landings to
receive their Freight; thiH Company will
not hold itself responsible for freight after
it lias been landed.
Live Stock only at owner's risk.
This Company will not be responsible '
for Money or Valuables of passengors
unless placed in the care of Pursers. '
Passengers' are requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. Those failing to
do so will be subject to an additional
charge of twenty-rlve por qent
Real Estate Broker.
209 Merchant Street.
, FOU SALE.
llouso and Lot, 75xirri ft., on No. 71
Young street; parlor. 3 bedroom;, kitchon
Lot on Wilder avemio 100x300 ft , fenced.
Lots on Kinan ni d Piikoi htictts.
, TO LET.
Furnished IJooms within five minutes
walk fiom tho Post Ofllcu. Also other
House on Berotnnia stieet, near Piikoi
street; 4 rooms, dining-room, kital'en, bath
roiiui and an ompty lot to keep 11 horns.
House on Scliool street; parlor, several
bodroonis, kitoheu, pantry, nuthouscH and
stable formerly occupied by Hon. W. II.
Notice is borehy givon to Depo
sitors iu tho Savings Department
of Glaus SpreukelB & Oo.'s Bnnlc,
that ou nud after April 1, 1897,
all interest on their tloposits will
Savings Depositors may with
draw their accounts without giv
ing previous notico, or they may
leave samo in our Bank on call.
Glaus Spiieokels & Co.
Honolulu, Fob. 17, 1897. ,
Paper Hanger and Decorator
Island Orders attonded to with' dispatch.
AH work carefully and promptly ex.
tocuted. , l
W Officki Smith street, ith Samuel
Kaholooknlaul Pua. ltesidoucoi l'alaiua.
i a- -i-.iy