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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH lfi. 18!)7,
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CITY FRONT NOTES
TWO MJU.Ul M'.SNKLS IIAUi: I'Olt
Another Luiiiti.'r Crnlt Arrlrcd-lTiirlc
Bam'a Tin Aohnrp Tor Drill
The barkoutiuo S G AVildor bus
The SSWG Hall leaves at 5
tonight for portB ou the Garden
Tho Iwnlani will leuvo at 10 a m.
Thursday for Lahaiua and Hatna
kun. Tho Kaala is on tho ways for n
slight overhauling. She io to sail
on n circuit of Oahu tomorrow
Sailors and marines from tho U
S S Alert landed for drill this
morning, marching through town
Tomorrow, high tide largo 2:46
ft m; high tide small 3:15 p m; low
tido largo 0:13 a m; low tide small
9:0 p in.
The schooner Jessie Minor is
recuiuun a full cuigo of sweet
stuff. She will soon spread her
white wings for a voyage to tho
Tho schooner Robert Lowers
took 21,220 bags sugar, valued at
$75,G1G,25, for San Francisco yes
terday. Tho cargo was shipped
II Haokfold & Co.
Thoro boiuc four vessels ahead
of him loading sugar for New
York, Captain Graham of tho AV
F Babcock h? having tho yards, '
masts and rigping of his vessel '
The schooner Transit's cargo
for Han Francisco is made up us
follows: 10,990 bags sugar ship
pod by TH Davies & Co,GG5li bags
sugar by C Brewer & Co. Total
value of cargo: 53,902.50.
Espoitn to San Francisco por
barkontino S N Castle today wero
tho iollowing: 12,100 bags sugar!
shipped by Win G Irwin fc Co. '
1100 bag rico by Hymr.n Bros, GG0
bags rico by M S Grinbaum &
This morning tho barkentino
Klikitat, Cutler master, arrived
from Port Gamble, which port sho
sailed from 20 days ago. Sho
brought a cargo of lumber, made
up as follows: 490,007 feet rough,
83,270 feot dressed, 3750 pickets,
10,200 laths, 50,000 shingles.
Tho barkontino S N Costlo,
Hubbard master, and the schooner
Trausit, Jorgenson master, left
port at 11 this afternoon, bound
for San Fiancipco. Tliis is n fine
chance for a race, and the fact
that the schooner Robert Lewors
Bailed jestorday evuniug, also
bound for 'Frisco, will make it
still more interesting. It iB tho
general opinion on the city front
that the Castle will tuko the
The new schooner Honolulu is
not it success in light wiuds and
calms. Four of hor crew, who
came up on tho brig Lurline, say
that in anything like a lu,cct die
is a splendid sea boat, but in a
calm sho rolls gunwales under.
Sho has a groat spread of canvas,
nnd tho sails flapping against the
masts and yaids broke three gaffs
during tho trip. The men say
alio is a corafortablo boat and a
Bailer in hoavy weather, hut in I
Jiu in HiiniH una ciniiis tiiuy uou
eider her a fai ure. Call.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr
Ki mil, ilar 10 olcano: Miss
E Tnvlor. Miss Owlus. If R fllmr..
ning, Dr "W F Channing, Mr andJ
luiDi jl;iu, j j.l ortirH nnu wire.
AVuy ports: Miss Cahill, Mrs
Friomann, Mrs E ff Ward, Mrs
Hitchcock, Mihs Muy Hitchcock,
Mrs His3on, Miss II Hitchcock, R
- D Bronson.iaSDosky.MissWight,
MwPiifoliiinl.MiM V H John
son, 0 B Reynolds, 0 J Fishel,
Judge E G Hitohcook, A Young,
J LBaikor, Miss A Young, Miss
B Youncr, H Elderts, V M Fulch
or, A Potcnkin, T Lebodotf, Dr N
Russol, 0 Notley, J R Wilson,
W A Willi, Miss J R Hoppin, Mrs
J R Wilson.MrsT 0 Tlirmn.Mra W
Wright, Miss E Mullingor, Miss
J Barnard, 0 H Fairer, G H An
gus, Miss Lishman, F Kaae, and
U7 deck passengers.
For Kanai. pr stmr Kauai,
Mar 15 Mrs Bl.ck, Mrd J H
Thomas and Mr Omstcd.
For Han I'rnm-iicn, rwr bktn
H 2J tVHi , Mm 1(5 Mrs J li.vcell
and child, Miss May Lycott, Ohas
lioonard and wife, F Graco.
Tcbsiut, Mar. IS.
Am bktn Klikitat, Cutler, from Tort Gam
Mondit, Mar. 15.
Stmr Waltlealc, l'arkcr, for Kalllilwal and
Stmr Mlkaliala, Thompson, for Nn III will,
Ilauaraaulit and Koloa.
Stmr Jamo Makue, Ttillelt, for Kapaa.
Btmr Kauai, IJrutin, for Makanclt, Walmea
Nle bktn Wrestler, Nullfon, for Pugct
Stmr Kcauliou, Thompson, for Lahalnn,
Honokaa aud Kukullmclc.
Stmr Mokollt, Ncllsun, for.Molokal, Maul,
Am brig Percy Edward, l'elcrson, for
Am tckr ltnbert Leu ere, (loodman, San
Tuesuat, Mar. 10.
Stmr Klnau, Cluil.e, for Mnul aud Ha
waii. Stmr Ilclcnc, Fitzgerald, for l'aauliau.
Am bktn 3 N Cattle, Hubbard, for Ban
Am cbr Transit, Jorgenian, for San Fran
cisco. fcSsc.l.d lh I'OKT.
U 5 3 Alert, llanford, from a cruise, Mar 8.
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
Am schr Prosper. Jolmnneseen, Port Gam
ble. Marcli 10.
Am sclir Jessie Minor, Whitney, Eureka,
Br bk ltoulcnbcck, ltoilgcn, Liverpool,
Am Bdir Fred E Sander, Carlson, Hakod.ilc,
Am ship W F Babcock, Otnliam, 8 F,
Am bktn Klikitat, Cutler. Prt Gamble, Mar
Jap ft S Mu"-Mu Vnru, Kill- ri''.'7.
Br ship Scrnantha, Crowe, 8 F, Feb 15.
Nor bk Fautasl, Andi-isen.Ncwcastlo. Ftb2t.
Haw bk Itosalle, N'lsseu.Cheiualmue, Feb St.
Am schr Aloha, Duliel, 3 F, Feb ID.
Uk fallao, Koster, Nencasilc, Feb IS. I
Haw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, 8 F, Feb 20.
Am ulilp B B button, Cartur, 8 F, Mar 5.
Am bktn 8 G Wilder, MeN'cll, d F, Mar 0.
Am bk Amy Turner. Wallen. N Y. Mr 7.
Am ship Hen) F Packard, Mien. Kobe, Mar 8
Am bktu W G lrln, Williams, 8 F, Mar 11
KOltEIQN VFSSEI.S EXPECTED.
Am slilp Ironuols S F
Am schr Ettlier, llubne... .Eureka Due
Am lik Matilda. Pt Ulakely,
S S Mliwera, .Vancouver, March 10
HS Heinle, 8F March 20
B 8 City of Itlo de Janeiro, Yokohama, Mar 2.1
88 Warrlmoo, ...Sjilney, .....March 21
Ilk '-cmlnole Newcastle ....Due
NIc bk Doulnlon Newcastle Due
Her bk Paul Ueubert;... .Liverpool Due
Schr Louis Newcastle
Bk Newsboy Newcastle
Schr Novelty Newcastle
Am sblpKeapcr... Newcastle
Bk Fortuua Newcastle Apr 0
Schr Golden Shore. ..Newcastle
Sehr W II Talbot,... New cattle
Schr Echo Newcastle
Haw bk Iolaul New York .... May 31
Schr Ohja Newcastle Mar SI
Am sihr Alice Cook., l'ugct Sound....
Am bktn Charles F Crocker,.. Newcastle
Ilk Nuu-inu N'ew Yoik
Hchr Alli-n A. New Whatcom Duo
Am bk Mhrblaud Light, Departure Bay, Due
Am bk Martha Davis 8F .. Duo
Am schr JohnD lullat...l'rt Gamble. .Due
US 8 Marlon, ;an Diego Due
lluw lik Dlam.Mid Head.. .Prt Blakely, Mor IS
Schr Wm Uowden ..Newcasllo. . .April
Am chr Oceania Vance,. .Newiastle, Apr SU
Am bit Mohican 3 F,
Am bktn W II l)lmond,..8 F,
Lady (ciiRnRiiis a now eorvaut) I
hopo you don't mind ohildrcn.
fjervnnt Oil, no. I nlwnys leavo tbe
missus to loch after thorn.
A G-roomod cottage, stables
and servant's quarters, situate on
Wilder nveutio. Largo grounds
well laid out and plauted with
fruit and ornamental troes; one
full Bet of furniture nnd oooking
stove can remain in tho house if
wanted. Apply to A. V. Gear,
210 King street.
nwirjN The Iteichnanzcigcr ofll
cinlly onnounccs that President Diaz,
of Mexico, lias been decorated by Km
pcror William with the grand cross of
"Ilnlnlcr." President Diaz Issued an
edict to the effect that no beer except
the sparkling "Rainier" bo served In
public places, or on state occasions.
On tap or hi bottles at tho Criterion.
Sim $ k
THE MERCANTILE AGENCY
'o.iimi:uciai. itni'onr i'ou mi:
1'IHST HALF Or MAItClI.
No llniikmiilclcii or I'orcclonre
Ilnlldlnir Verr Aotlre-Movrmeiila
lit Hcitl Ealale, tic.
Tho following itemB aro gleaned
from tho semi-monthly circular
of tho Hawaiian Mercantile
Agoncy, issued yesterday:
Sinco the first of March, trade
has been considerably less brisk
thau during Fobruary and snlos
in nearly overy houso in town aro
smaller in volume.
During tho next fortnight tho
Bpriug trado will open and stocks
in tho rotail houses aro boiug
added to more houvily than last
year. Good rains throughout tho
Islands havo been of material
boneiit to tho growing enno, es
pecially in Kau, Hnmakua and
Kobaln, Hawaii. Sugar is a frao
tiou higher and moderately firm;
cofToo is no lowor. Reports from
ino coiioo growing districts in
dicate a fine showing this year.
Kona, Puna, Olaa and Hamukua
plantations are blossoming pro
fusely with every likolihood of a
considerable crop. Machinory is
being moved in and tho larger
houses bore, notably Hackfeld &
Co., are making preparations to
grade and clenn tho nroduct.
No bankruptcies or foreclosures
sinco tho first of the mouth.
Tho outcome of tho preBont
question as to tho right of Jap
anese to land here with but SoO.OO
of borrowed monoy in thoir
possession is boiug awnited by
the mercantile community with
Following aro the arrivals and
departures at tho port of Hono
lulu sinco February 15:
White 177 112
Chinese OGti 8G
Japaueto ltJl 108
.Exports for Fobruary were
In real estate tho market is
fully qs dull in town property as
at any time during the past yenr,
although there iB a very aotivo
and increasing demand for gov
ernment laud throughout the
wholo Island group.
Building is considerably more
active, there having been thiity
aix building permits, threo stores
nnd thirty threo dwellings, issued
since Fobruary 28. Value of
buildings to bo erected 827 900.
Following nro the movements
in ical estate for tho fust half of
March: 857,000 was loaned on
real estate. The mortgage in
debteduess has increased S33,
209 50 Thote weie record, d:
DeoilH 77, Mortgages 37, Lciii-es
19, Reloahes 28
Money is a trifle tighter. There
is nu ample supply for all uetds
but a slightly better security is
asked. Stocks remain vry dull
although the changes noted in
quotations nil show a hiulier
pticH, Very little sugar and
practically no other good Btooks
m o on the uiaiket. Silver u a
Following are tho pi ices miked,
bid mid the selling rate for the
more active slocks of lbland cor
porations: Stock. Asked. Sold.
Co $177 50 S175 CO
Haiku S. Co. 137 50 137 CO
Uaw'n Ag'l " 137 50 137 50
" Sugar " 80 00 85 00
Ilononni 8. " 155 00
Plant Co.. 85 00 80 00
Plant Co... 1200 00
Oahu Sugar '
Co 100 00 100 00
Sugar Co. 85 00 82 00
Co 155 00 150 00
Plant Co. 137 50 132 50
Sugar Co.. 130 00 130 00
Co 170 00 1G5 00
&Co.. .. 250 00
Hawaiian . .
Co 155 00 15100
Wildor S. S.
Expanding Sen Power.
Tho war BbipB which England
is building this year would mako
a rcspoctahlo navy for any powor
not ambitious to obtain tho mas
tory of tho soa, says tho San Fran
cisco Chronicle. Compared with
tho naval strength of tho United
States this addition to the British
war marino is in tho ratio of 103
to 80, with the diflbronco that the
British vessels will bo modorn
while many of those on tho Ame
rican naval lists, including tho
monitor Hoot, aro out of date.
Gonna ny will also be crowded
far to tho roar when the now ships
are put in commission, and
Franoo and Russia oombinod will
find thomsolves, ns naval powors,
This enormous expansion of
British sea powor will notcon
duco to tho succoos of tho Kaiser's
offorts to porsuado tho Reichstag
to odopt a compotitivo building
programmo. The task of equal
ing the British nuvy as it wus
proved too much for a country
which had, like Franco, a long
start toward such an nchiovotnent.
With Gormany thoro was no
chance of success oxcopt at an
enormous suorifico, when tho
Kaiser first broachod his plan.
Sinco then the British Govern
ment h oddod 25 per omit to it
naval armamont, to say nothing
of what it is now doing, a policy
which the German trousury, con
sidering tho fixed military charges
against it, has no means to rival
or combat. The English lead is
too great to bo caught up with
unless some extraordinnry inno
vation, like that mado by steam
and armor pinto, should compol
all muritimo nations to provido
themsolvos with an entirely new
type. of ships.
A Nan 1'rnuclNro ntillotln's Editorial
on the bnlijccl.
A contemporary attributes the
neglect of the beot-sugar industry
in this Stato to approhonsion
that the product of Hawaiian oano
sugar will be so great that there
will be little profit in tho culti
bition of the beet. Tho nppre
voiisinn is founded on loruotepio
hiibilitios. Tho "United Stutos im
ports in round numbers $100,
OOO.OOO of eugur a year, of which
about oiio-twentieth comes from
Hawaii, The larger part comds
from beet-sugar countries, some of
which pay a bounty on exports
of sugar. If Hawaii should bo
aiiinx'd it would doubtless in
crease its Migar output. Hawaiian
sugar will havo an immouse ad
vautiigo over tho product of other
countries in our market. But
witu a nexation Haw.iii will bo
required to accept tho restrictions
tht United States imposes upon
iiuragration. Thoro would be few
ndvoo.itos of annexation with the
condition that Hawaii be allowed
to maintain nn exceptional labor
stauduul. Undor any pnssiblo air
cuiiitiUiict a many years will clapue
before the United Stales will grow
all its own sugar. If n duty
of a cent aud u half on tho for
eign product is mnintniuod rnean
tiiio, the culture of the beet shuuld
bo at least as profitable as any
other briuoh of agriculture.
A VOICE FltOM THU BLKAOIIEIIS.
Local Interest In the cricket games
as reflected from tho "bleachers" is In
ci casing. During Saturday's games
the""bleacheis" were particularly vo
elforops and kept the players under a
running tiro of good naturcd banter.
One small boy brought down the
crowd by advising the batsman to "go
buy a cai.e of llainler Beer nnd get
some llfo In you." Tho crowd applaud
ed the remark, knowing that llainler
Beer is celebrated for Ita Invigorating
and strength-giving propensities.
On tap or In bottles at the criterion.
Printed ducks aro just as good,
if not belter than anything else
for boys' shirt waists. "They wash
and wear well, two very important
ennKideraHoiiB. Kerr has them in
a large variety of. patterns at eight
yardB for ouo dollar.
Ganaefiaji-Australian Steamship tins
Steamers ot the obovo Lino running In connection with, tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between VouoonVbr, B. O., and Sydney, N. S. W., and calling at Vlotorln B Q
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
-AJEBEJ ID-CHE uA-l1 KCOaSTOXjTJXjTT
On or Bbout tho dates below stated, viz.:
Ifrom Sydney nd 8ut, for Victoria and
Vxncourer. It. C.l
8ttnr "WAItMIMOO" March 24
Stnlr"MIOVl:;ltA,, April 24
Strar "WAKRIMOO" May 24
Stinr "MIOWLltA" Juno 24
Through Tickets Issued
ranianT amd fab3ekoeii aoentb:
D. MoNiooLL, Montrenl, Canada.
RonKRT Kbiir, Winnipeg, Canada.
M. M. Stern, San Francisco, UaL
O. Moli. Brown, Vancouver, B. O.
Oceanic SteamsMp Co.
Australian Mail Service.
Far San Francisco:
Tho New and Fino Al Steel Steamship
" Moana "
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company will
be duo at Honolulu from Sydney and
Auckland on or about
A.pril 1, 1807.
And will leavo for tho abovo port with
Mails nnd Passengers on or about that
Fnr Sydney and dinklsrirJ:
Tho Now and Fino Al Steo Steamship
" Mariposa "
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company will
be duo at Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
A.pril 8, 1897.
And will havo prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for the above ports.
The undersigned aro now propared
Through Tiekots to All Points
In tho United States.
t3JFor further particulars regarding
Freijht or PassBge apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. x AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
for S. F.
MutchSt), 1807 April 7. 1897
Apiil 27. 1897 Muy 5, 1897
Krom San Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. 8nn Francisco
rnvt Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Mariposa. April 8, '07 I Moana, April 1, '97
Moaua, Muy C, '07 Alameda, Ap29. '97
I.. G. Abies & Co.
Otllco'JOT. Merchant St.
A.V. Gear& Co.
OMce U101tlng St.
Qeneral Business Agents
Loans Negotintwl aud Collections
Stooks Bought and Sold.
Books Audited and Accounts Adjusted,
Bills Bought andNoiBB
niBCQuntBd, ' ,
Fire and Life Ingaance Ageing
210 King street.
Difficult Collections a Specialty
Oceanic Stewlip Co.
From VlctorU nl VancotiTer, B. O., to
Sum ml Bxluerl
StmrMIOWEItA Mnrch 18
Stmr "WAIUtlUOO" ...... AmU IB
Stmr HMTDWP.lt Alt .V i.
Stmr "WAHItIMOO'V.'..'.'.".:::.V.'.Jnno 16
from Honolulu to Cnnnda,
C" For Freight nnd Posaago and all
General Information, apply to
TKE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
aider's Steamship Co's
ffin?8 S00,010101 10 A- M- Aching at
Lahaina, Monlaca Bay and Mkena the
same day, Mahukona Kawuihaoand Lan.
pahoehoe the following day, arriving at
Ililo tho same ovonlng. B
I.KAVI8 IX00t.ur.Ot ABBIVUS 110WOtPi,rjt
J'f?',ny- Mar. 20 I Tuesday. . .Mar. 23
"ic8day April 0 Friday .V.... April 2
y April IB Tue JnV. . Amil 13
TMBdayApril 27 Friday.. ..April 23
Ketnrnlng . wfll Ioavo Bilo at 1 o'ebek
t. it., touchitiR at Lanpahoohoe, Mahu
kona and Kawalhao g.lu'o day, ilakenn
MlaM 1 ay and Lahaiuu tliV MXa
?y,''"?vinK 1at"oaoMu tho n'teruooni
of 1 uesday and Friitaya.
WM' cab at FoholU, Pnna.
Will leave Uonoluln 'Inesdny at 6 p. u.i
touching at Kahulni, liana, Uamoa and
Kipahnu, Maul, ltetnming arrives at
Iluuolulu Buuduv mornings.
of Yach month. ""' KaUP' n 8eCOud triP
, f-10 Flel will be received after
p. m. on any of sailing.
This Company will resorves the rioht to
.. . . lluio u, departure ana
arrival of Its steamers without notice and
It will not bo responsible for any oouse-
I quences arising therefrom.
uonsignneB-must be at the Landings to
receive their Freight? this Company will
not hold itself responsible for freight af tor
it has been Inndod.
Live Stook only at owner's risk.
Tliis Company will not bo responsible
for Money or Valuables of passengers
unless placed in tho care of Pursers.
Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. Those failing to
do so will be siibjoct to an additional
cbargo of twenty-live per cent
Real Estate Broker.
209J4 Merchant Street,,
FO SVLr.. "
Houso nnd Lot, 75x155 ft., on No. 71
Young street; parlor, 3 bedioomr , kitchen
Lot on Wilder avonue 100i3i0 ft., fenced.
Lots ou Kiuau .d Piikul stitets.
Furnished Itooms within live minutes
walk fiom Iho Post Office. AUo other
House on lioretanfa slreot, near Piikol
streetj 4 rooms, dlnliiR-ioom, kitchen, bath
room and an empty lot to keep a horse.
Houso on fiohool street! pnrlor, sevornl
bsdroouis, kitchen, puutry, outhouses und
stable fonnnrly nocnploil by Hon W, H.
Savings : Bank
Notico is lieroby given to Dopo
eitors in tho Savings Department
ot Olnus Sprcckels & Co.'a Bank,
tlmt on nnd after April 1. 1897,
nil interest on thoir doposits will
Savings Depositors may with
draw their accounts without giv
ing previous notice, or iliej may
leavo same in our Bnnk on call.
OLAUS SrilEOKKLB & Co.
Honolulu, Fob. 17, 1897.
Paper Hanger and Decorator
Inland Orders attendod to with dispntch.
All work carefully and promptly cx
CJT" Oiticki 8inith street, with Bamnel
Kuholookalaui Pun. liesidotico: Palania.
.i;.. n&y a hi... faV&tote&)j;ui-
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