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CITY FRONT P3QTES
Tin: 8. S. MOUNT I.KIlNON VItO.1I
Mnrlne Xc UMIirrcd AIoiik the
Dock Till Diij--l,nencer
Arrlveil Hiid neiinrteit.
Tho Kaeun will sail tomorrow
morning for Wainlun ports.
Tho schooner Trospor is tin-
loading lumber at Fort street
AVhon tho bark RoBalio was at
Esquimau, ouo of hor Hawaiian
boys ran away.
Tho value of tho British ships
and cargoes lost evory year at sea
is about X20,000,000.
Tomorrow, high title largo 3:21
a m; high tide small 3:55 p m; low
tide largo 0:31 a m; low tido small
9:50 p m.
Mr. West, formorly of the cen
sus bureau, goes out in tho steam
or Likeliko today to assist Purser
Smith and learn tho work.
A hark was sighted 10 miles N
E at 11 a m today. It was said
later to bo tho bark Highland
Light from Dopurturo Bay with
Customs officors aud froight
clorks are still complaining about
tho dusty condition of Browor's
wharf. This matter should bo
The condomned bark Rosalia
was moved ovor to Sorenson'sl
whnrf this morning. Her lumber
cargo is all out. The Rosnlio will
bo sold at auction on Saturday. ,
The Bteumor Kr.ena, the "Infer-'
Island baby," will bo put iutoser-'
vico again tomorrow, haviug beon
thoroughly overhauled, and hav
ing a now boiler and othor im
provements. Knuhano, the whielliug charac
ter of tho waterfront, was tlecor
nted in honor of St. Patrick's day. ,
A band of greon around his hat
and a green sash ovor his old
Hawaiian military uniform gave
bim a gay appearance. Early in
the morning ho was soon with n
gunny sack in his huud, in which
Co probably carried gifts received
from Irish friends.
At an early hour this morning
the S S Mount Lebanon, McLean
commander, was sighted off Koko
Head. She tied up at Pacific
Mail dock a couple of hours later.
She steamship had a terrible list
to starboard, about 20 degrees.
Nearly everyone ashoro thought
the vessel had beau in a groat
storm and been damaged badly.
A couple of reporters woro thiuk
ing of three or four olninnsof
"alnfT" they would write on tho
steamer's narrow escape in the
territio hurricane or the big hole
in her side.
Tho scribes woro rathor disap
pointed when Captain McLean
Baid he was about 11 days from
Portland and hud fair woatlier all
Tho steamer brought a full
cargo of freight, of which 270 ton
of general merchandise and 527
bales of baps are for this port, and
tho rest for Jupan and China, in ,
eluding a docklo.nl ot lumber
The Hst to ntarboard was made
soon after leaving Poitluud, and
was caused by the Hour m the
covgo shifting. When Hie coal
bunkers aie filled and tho IJouo .
lulu freight dwliniged, ih vem-ol
will right herm-lf. A su o.v of
tho hold wns made Ii) ('iipioin
Fuller. Tlfe (.trainer will cou
tinuo her voyage to Japan and
From Portland, per S S Mount
Lebanon, Mar 17 Mr Ada.ns nnd
2 in transit.
P SSENOKUS DUI'AIITI'D
For Maui, per stmr Claud i no,
Mar 1G Rev Al 0 Harri-, Mrs
Emma, Mrs Anna Ainu, John
AVintor, H 0 Ovendeu, M Do.-kor,
H McCanu, It von Tempsky, J H
Vodohouse, T Matsouka, Miss
Alcana, Dr Oliver, 0 Niikumi and
It S Tokada.
For Kauai, pov stmr W G Hall,
Mar lGrMr and Mrs W II Rice,
Miss Rico, Theo Hoffmann, Cap
tuin McDonald, Mrs Litigate, J M
LidKato, T J King, Mrs Duntie
lmuser and five children, Mrs
Schumann and Dr Wall.
Tuksuat, Mar. 10.
Btrar J A Cummins, Senile, from Oahu
Wkdneidit, Mr. 17.
8 8 M ouiit Lebanon, McLean, tram Fort-
Tuesday, Mar. 16.
8tmr Kllauca Hou, Freeman, for Ha
Stmr Claudiue, Cameron, for Maul.
Btmr LcIiiia, Macdomld. for OIomrIu, llo-
notuu, nnkniuit mm rotiaKumami.
Stmr W ('. Hall, llaulunil, for Eleclc, liana
pepe, Makawcll, and Mlliati.
Wednesday, Mar. IT.
Stmr J A Cummins, Scarle, for Oaliu
Stmr Mkdlke, Nvc, for Maul ant! Ha
waii. Stmr Kaala, Molicr, Tor Oahu ports.
VESSELS LEAVING TOMOMtOW.
Stmr Iwalanl, (irecory, for Labalna, Hono
kaa and Kiikullmclc. .
S S Mount Lebanon, McLean, for Japan
Stmr Kncna, Smytho, for Walalua,
OAItQOES FIIOM ISLAND FORTS.
Ex stmr J A Cummins -1250 bags sugar.
VKSSKLd IN rOHT.
U 3 S Alert, Hanfonl, from a cruise, Mar 8,
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
Am sclir Prosper, Johanncssen, Fort Gam
ble, March 10.
Am sclir Jessie Mlitbr, Whitney, Eureka,
Br Ik ltouteobcck, llodgers, Liverpool,
Aui fcdir Fred E guilder, Carlson, Hakodate,
Am ship W F Iiaucock, Graham, 8 F,
Am lil. In Kllkltat, Cutler, l'rt Gamble, Mnr
Jop S S Stilnshiu Maru, Kobe, Feb 27.
Br ship Si'inaiitba, Ciowv, S F, Feb 15.
Nor Iik F.mIm1, Aiidtren, Newcastle. Feb 21.
Haw bk Kosalle, Nlssen.Chemalmus, FebUI.
Am Fdir Aloha, Ualiel, 6 F, Feb IU.
l)k I'alUo, Knitter. Newcastle, Feb IS.
IIw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, S F. Feb 20.
Am ship E II Sutton, Carter, 8 F, Mar 3.
Am bktn S G Wilder, McNeil, 3 F, Mar 0.
Am bk Amy Turner, Wullcn. N Y, Mr 7
Am ship KenJ F Packard, Mien, Kobe, Mar 8
Am bktn W U Irln, Williams, 8 F, Mar 11
Kor.uiax VFSsni.s expected.
Am ship Iroquois S F
Am cbr Either, Ilulino.... Eureka Due
Ambk Matilda, Ft lilakely
8 8 Ml iwcra, .Vancouver March 10
SSIlclRle 8F MarcuiiJ
S 8 City of Klo de Janeiro, Yokohama, Mar 3.)
S 8 Wurriiuoo, . . .Sydney, .... March 24
Bk "ciiiloole, Newcastle ....Due
NIc bk Dominion,... Newc.iftle Due
Her bk I'ml l.-enber.... Liverpool Due
Sclir Louis Newcastle
Bk Nensboy Newcastle
Sclir Novelty Newcustlu
Bk Fortuna Nowctnlle Apr G
Schr Golden Chore. . . Newcastle
Cihr W II Talbtit,... Newcastle
Sclir Kcho Newcastle
Haw bk Iolanl New York .... May 31
Schr Olgn Newcastle Mar Si
Am schr Alice Cook., l'liyct Sound....
Am III. In Oniric F Cioekvr,.. Newcastle
Bk Nuuauu New York
bclir Allen A, New Whatcom, Due
Am bk 'Holland Light, Departure Bay.Duu
Am bk Martha Davln 8 F Due
Am sclir John I) i'iillant...Prt Gamble. .Duo
U 8 8 Marlon, ?a 1)1 -j; Duu
Haw lk Diamond Head ..l'rt Blukety, Mar IS
8Uirvm Biiwden Neweanlle. . .April
Am 4cnr OceanU Vance, .Newmstle, AprSli
Am bk Mohican, ..8 F,
Am liktu W II Dlinond, .8 F
ELnUUUAIlCK-Al llonolpu. Kan, Hawaii,
to Hit wllo of William Klberharck, a
Ncaley Tree. IlllrnPd.
Two well developed treen, which
woro intended as fine specimens
of a particularly good brand of
i i i ..i
UllJltlit."U JJt.vtUIH-M HUM IHIIIIIM,f
were shoved into tho furnaces of
the steamer China todav. Ac
cording to the Horticultural
Quarantine Officer, they wero in
f.M'ted with it Hcnlo known as
Dmpis Amvcdnli. It wan Hip first
tiino that Hie pmt Iml threatened
the ot'clmrds of (Jilifoi niit. The
tree wero conHuncd to Alexander
Conier, the aueut of tho Pacific
Mail titcamxiiip Coinputij, and
tlioy weie sent to lie planted in
hirt garden. The scale, according
to the Plant Iimp.'otor, is a most
dilliuult ouo to eradicate. If it
once gets a hold in an orchard,
the only thing to bo done is to
burn evory tree that shows the
least signs of infection. The
scale waa first noticed in Australia
about six jears ago, aud since
then it Iiiih spread ovor Iudia,
China aud Japnu. Examiner.
An Oxl NIiI(.
Tho bark Truo Lovo, built in
Philadelphia in 1701, has been
found upon search to bo yet afloat,
iu tho capacity of coal hulk on tho
rivor Thames at London, engaged
in active trado at tho ago of 133
years. llus discovery was made
through it "Uhti ilty recorded iu tho
B!M'JW"W iwrniww m ii ii an u ii 1 1 111 Minn i if iin i
Thcso aro days of considerable
anxiety and porplexity to all who
havo possessions or other interests
in tho Republio of Hawaii, and it
is timo that our citizonB camo to a
mutual understanding on sovoral
important issues. Tho prospects
for Auuoxution appear at prosont
vaguo and indistinct, and our
dostiny cannot bo foretold with
cortainty. Thoro aro those, also,
who still fondly cling to tho hopo
of a return to tho old ordor of
things, and who cannot bo por
suaded othorwiso, yot this out
look appears farraoro hazy than
that of Annexation oven to tho
most hopeful disciples of tho
Monarchy. But, fortunately, in
th'o midst of all this uncertainty
thoro is solaco in tho fact that
Buffalo Boor has came to stay aud
that patrons of all sorts aud
opinions may equally sharo tho
benefits of its invigorating and
sustaining properties. Wo are
moroovor assured that this favorite
brow will continue to bo dispens
ed as horotoforo at tho Royal,
Pacific and Cosmopolitan Sa
loons. Oettinfr Into Form,
WilHo Evorwork Gitnt day, Weary.
Wonry N. Worno Dnu'l Fay n wold.
Dat'tt only ltagplcs. IIo's Koin to Ftriko
dcui Ant'lvrniitiiinoq up on do hill, m
Iio'h p:iiiii hissolf oil for Knj'lisli. New
Vork Kvrni: 2 -TsaL
Visitor aiy, how yonr littlo boy
Mrs. Commonwealth Yes. Wo In
tend to pat lih'n In spectacles next week.
Now York Sunday Journal.
Impersonating n Follceman.
j . 1 ." . '
"Mrs. Golliihtly hnd her linsbnud ar
rested tho other duy."
"On what chnrgo?"
"IinporsonntiuR a policeman,
kissed tho cook. "Truth.
Why Ho Watu't Particular.
Bollboy Don't blow out tho gns.
Former Heyrnek That's nil rinht,
boy. I got 11 had cold nud can't smell
nuwthiii. New York Monday World.
A G-rnofnotl cottage, stables
and servant's quarters, situate on
Wilder avenue. Large grounds
well laid out and planted, with
fruit and ornamental trees; ono
full set of fnrnittire and cooking
stove oan remain in tho houso if
wnntd. Apply to A. V. Gear,
210 King street.
- - i n rf 11 M
Dr. 0. B. Hiprh, dontist, gra
duate Philadelphia Dental Col-
lege, 1892. Masonic Templo.
m WLL raw .
1 1 ..
M WK17AU ta. m 1
MARCH 17, 1897.
Vnluublo Businosa Properly on
Nuuaiui streot, bringing a good
Several Lots near Punchbowl
and at Mukiki, tho Choicest Rosi-
dcuco Property in tho city. A
porfect view from Diamond Hond
to Ewa, Honolulu nnd Harbor.
Four Houses and Lots on Punch
bowl streot, only fivo minutes
walk from tho Post Oflico.
We nlso have Comfortable
Houses for sale on eaBy torms si
tuated on tho following streets;
Lunalilo, Kinnu, Knkui, Hns
singer, Berotunia, Young, Vic
toria, Green, Thurston Avenue,
Punnhou, Lilihu nnd Nuunnu.
Building Ltq in nil parts of tho
city on the instalment plan.
Sovoral well established Lodg
CofToo Lands on Hawaii and a
Pinonpplo Ranch with limo and
ether fruit trees noar honolulu.
210 King Street and 207 Mer
L. C. Abies & Co. A.Y. Qear& Co.
Olllco 207 Merchant 8t Office S10 King Bt.
general Business Agents
Loans Negotiated and Oollections
Stocks Bought and Sold.
Books Audited and Accounts Adjusted,
Bills Bought and Nates
DlsnDuntBti, ' ,
J Fine and Life InurancB Agenjtf
mw, ujiigy-aamrarm iwoi wtwwiw wamwi
Stonmora of tho above Lino running in connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, B. 0., nnd Sydney, N. B. Wy nnd calling at Viotorio, B. a -Honolulu
nnd Suva (Fiji),
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
From fiyilney and Suva, tor Victoria and
Vancouver. II. O.t
Btmr "WAIUUMOO" Marcli21
Stmr"MIOWEKA" April 24
Btrar "WAIUUMOO" May 24
Btmr "MIOWERA" Juno 24
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada,
United Stntes nud Europe.
PUEianT AND FASSEKOEK AOCNTai
D. MoNicoll, Montrenl, Onnndii.
llonnni Kr.iin, Winuipa, Cnnndn.
M. M. 8Tnny, Snn FrnneiRco, Cal.
Q. Mali. Buown, Vnriconvcr, B. O.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
Tbo Now and Fino Al Steel Steamsbip
" Moana "
Of the Ocennio Btenmsbip Company will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Sydney nnd
Auckland on or nlwut
.April 1, 1897.
And will lcnvo for tho nbovo port with
Mails and I'nsseuK'cro on or about tbat
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho Now nnd Fiuo Al Stco Steamsbip
" Mariposa "
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Snn Francisco
on or nliont
A.p.il 8, 1807.
And will bnve prompt despatch with
Mnils nnd I'nsseneore for tbo nbovo ports.
Tbo undersigned are now prepared
ThcuiiKli TickntH to All Points
in tho 1' n i toil Mint os.
t3T"For further pnrticulnrs regarding
Freight or Pnssnce npply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
from 8. F.
Lcnvo Honolulu j
for 8. F.
March 30, 1897 April 7. 1897
April 27. 1897 May 0, 1897
From San Frnnoisco
From Sydney for
Mariposa. April 8, '07 I Atouim, April 1, '97
Monun, Muy 0, '1)7 I Alameda, Ai29. '97
Has Romoved to
520J FORT STREET,
Club Stable Building.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1082 King Street.
A Quiet, nomelike flaw, where Trained
Nurses, Massage, "Swedish Movement,"
Baths. Electricity and Physical Training
may be obtained.
P. B. KELLOaa, M. D.,
Telophono 039. Superintendent.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cente
From Victoria itnit Vancouver, 11. C to
Suva anil Hiilnovs
Sttnr"MIOWEnA Morch 18-
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" Atril 10
siuir -onunr.il a" Mav 16 .
Btmr "WAKBlMOn" T..i in
Btmr "WAIUUMOO" June 16
EST For Freight nnd Piissngo nnd nil
General Information, npply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Accnts for tbnllnwnunnTBlnnds.
Wiltlcr's Steamship Co's
O. L. WIQIIT, Prcs. s. B. HOSE, Seo.
Capt. J. A. KINO, X'ortSapt.
Will lcnvo Honolulu at 10a. m., touching at .
Lahnina, Maalaoa Bay and Makena the
Bamoday; Mahukonu. Kawaihaeand Lau
pnuoehoe tho following day, arriving nt
Hilo tho samo ovoniug.
LIAVI8 nOMOLCin. AlUtlVKS HOBOLDLD. '
Friday. .... .Mar. 20 I Tuesday. . .Mar. 23
rncHdny . . . . April fl ) Friday April 2
r"'ny April 10 Tuesday. . .April 13
Tuesday... .April 27 Friday.. .. April 23
Returning, will leave Hilo at 1 o'clock
r. m., touching at Laupahoehoe, Mahu
konu and Kawnlhno Mie dayj Jtnkcnn,
Mualacn liay nud Lahuina tho following
day; arrhiug at Honolulu tho ufternoong
of I uosdar nud Fridays.
Will cull nt Pohoikl, Puna.
, EWNo Freight will ho rcecivod aftoi
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will lenvu Honolulu 'ltiosduy nt 6 r. M.i
touchiiiK nt Knhulul, llnnn, Hnmoannd
Kipahulu, Maui. Iteturuiug arrives at
Honolulu Sunday morning.
Will call at Nnu, Kanpo, on second trip V
of each month.
SNo rroiKUl will bo received aftei
P. M. on nay of bailing.
This Company will.reservos the right to
""J6 changes in the ilo of departure and
i jii Bu-uuierB wuuoui nouco anu
ii win noi o iiiepouslble for any oonsc
quoncos arising therefrom.
Consigufion must bo ut tho Lnndings to
receive their Freight; this Compnny will
not hold itself responsible for freight nfter
it biiH been landed.
Lio Stock ouly nt owner's risk.
This Company will not be responsible
for Monoy or Vnlunblcs of passoncors
unless plaoed in the cure of Pnrstrs.
PaHsengors are requested to purchase
tickets Imforo embarking. Those failing to
do so will be subject to an ndditional
ohiirgu of twenty-live por oeut
; David Dayton,
Real Estate Broker.
20il Morchnnt Stroot.
Houso mid Lot, 75x163 ft., on No. 71
Younu strfCl; pmlor ,'J he iroum , kitol.eu
Lot on W.ldor i.vouue 100x300 ft , foucod.
Lois mi Kiuun nul P'lkui stit-uts.
Furnished llooms wiihiu five minutes
walk fiom the Fust (.fllc. AUo other i
loiio ou Bcretiiniii street, nenr Piikoi
street; 4 mums, timing rooni.kilol eii.lnth
ro (in nnd an empty lot to keep a Lou
Hout.li on School sueet; parlor, several
bedrooms, kitchen, pimtry, outuoiihes and
stnble formerly (iccujiieel by Hon W. II.
Savings : Bank
Notico is hirol)y yivou to Dopo
Bitors in tho SnvitiyH Dppnrimint
of Clnus Spreckels & Co.'b Kimlc,
that ou nnd after April 1, 18!)7,
all iutereat on thoir dnposits will
Savings Depositors may with
draw their accounts without giv
ing provious notice, or they may
leave biiiiiu in our Hank on call.
0LAU8 SP1IC0KEL8 & Co.
Honolulu, Foh. 17, 18i)7.
' WILLIAM KAMALI,
.Ph inter, '
Paper Hanger and Decorator
Island Orders nttcndod to with dispatch. 1
All work cmcfully nnd promptly ex
ecuted. ' '
vHir, 0,rv1"'K' h'nith sireet, with Samuel
Kuholookiiluui Pun. Itosidoucei X'nlauin.
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