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EVENING BULLETIN, MAllOII III, 1897.
SEA AND HARBOR KEYSi
h, ,inovt.it, i:nokntmii:i
VM'T. PLATTMIY KTOKM.
A Intiibrr Schoouer Arrlvul-Tlif Mr-
Ilia 1tntl-Vnrltii Ollirr rcM
Tho Klikitnt is miloatliug nt
Fort street whnrf.
Tho S S Miowera for tlio Colo
nies is booked to leuvo nt f p in.
The bnrk Highland hight will
uulond coal nt Tncific Mail whnrf.
About '2o Japanese leave for
their nntivo lnml iu the SS Mount
This forenoon tho bnrk Mar
thn Davis, 15 days from San Fran
eisco. wan sighted oil port.
Au extra supply of eonl wns put
into tho U S S Alert todny. She
will snil tomorrow or Sunday for
Tomorrow, high tide lnrge 3:20
p m; high tide small 4:1) a m;iow
tido largo 10:'22 nm;lowtido smnll
There is one moro Jnpnnoso nt
Quuruutiuo Island today than
tlieiowus yesterday, a juung chap
having arrived Inst night.
Tho Knnln is on tho bonids nt
I ) in todny for 1'uuiki, nud tho
Miknlmln nt H p m tomorrow for
Nnwiliwili nnd Haunmaulu.
Tho steward of tho bark Amy
Turner skipped out tho other
night. Ho wan returned to tho
vessel by tho pohco yesterday.
Tho Jnpiine?o steamer Sakura
Jlaru arrived, and anchored olT
port this afternoon. Sho has
bet ei al hundred Japaneso iinuii
grnuta aboard for here.
Tho four -masted schooner John
D Tallaut, llolllantl master, ar
rived from Puget Sound with
lumber for Alien V Robins-ou.
She had a pleabnnt voyage of 20
Tin- N. s .lllmxni.
At S:'M o'clock last night, the
Canadian Australian liner Mio
wora tied up at Pacific Mail dock.
Theie were a number of passen
gers for Honolulu. A very un
pleasant timo was had during the
first pnrt of tho voyage, tho steam
uliip encountorinr n ppnuino Cape
Flattery storm. Being a good sea
boat tho white liner did not bus
taiu serious damage.
Tho genial purser of tho ship
repoits as follows: The 11 M S
Miowera, YV liny commander, ar
rived nt 7 p in from Vancouver
nnd Victoria. Left Victorin nt
12::i0 p in Wednesday, March 10,
and experienced the full force of
a gale troni W X W with blinding
squalls of snow and hail.
Cape Flattery was passed at 7
p m snme date. The wind gradu
ally fieshened into a violent gale
from N V. with a vory high sea
running, which breaking on board
did various dainngo to deck lit
tings. Tho ship was novo to for
2-1 liouiv, nnd oil vim usod with
maiked efiVcl on tho high bear-.
Gloomy weather was mot with un
til the 11th, when lino weather
camo on, lasting to ariival. The
X E tra'l weie- )ickcd up in
LfltSTN and Long 1 11 W.
The Miowora loaded the largest
general cargo that evor left Van
couver, 200 tons of which aro foi
From Vancouver and Victoria,
per C A S S Miowera, Mar IS
Mr nnd "Mrs McCamHepn and '.
children, Mr and Mm W lliiann
Mis Goodrich, Mrs Kollor and
child. Miss Lewis, Mrs Untiring,
Met.r8 Irving, Uurgoss, blowell,
Diivih, lodlw.r, (tolirinpr, Moijui
ham, AValdion anil 11 through.
Fiom Kauai, per stmr Mika-
hala, Mar 19 Mrs liryant, W L
htanloy and b deck passengers.
Anchored is what Iho man snid
when ho dropped into tho Anchor
Saloon. AVhy? said his friend.
liocauso you can always get a
cool rolro8iiing ctrniK sorvea by
gontlemauly attendants, and if
you happen to diop in during
lunch hour you will bo regaled
with solids as woll as liquids, lu
fact the lunch at tho Anchor is
Kaid by many to bo tho best in
town. The colobrated Seattlo
beer is on tap. It is sparkling
nnd ice cold. The finest of wines
nnd liquors in town aro to bo hnd
at thib popular louort.
TumiMiAr. .Mnr. Is.
CASS Mluncru, liny, (nun Vucouver
Stmr .1 A Cummin. H(lle, from 0Uu
Stmr Kal. Mother, from Oatiu port.
I'miiit, Mir. IB.
Stmr Mlkahn'n, Thompson, from porta on
Stmr Maunn l.oa, Simmon, from Hawaii
Am nchr J D Tallant, lliitllaml, from Port
Am lik Marlba l)al, Smile. Irom San
lap S S SaLiirn .Mnru, from .Japan.
'Illl'UMiAl. Mar. IS.
Stmr Ki'iiulioti, Tliompnoii, Tor porta tin
titmr .laiiitK Maker, Tullett, for Kitpaa.
Kuiimy, Mar. 19.
Stmr J A Cummin, Scarlo, for Claim
CASS Mluuern, Ha), fin Sura ami
VES8LLS LOVING TOMOHKOW.
V S S AU rt, Hanfonl, for San Krani'Uco.
Stmr Mlkaliata, Thompson, for Nan lllw III,
Hanamaulu atul Koloa.
OAKOOES FKOM IHLAND POUTS.
Kx stmr .1 A Cnmmlni 1350 bags sugar.
Kv Ktmr Kiitn -"an twtrt 'ligir,
Kx stmr Mlkulmls-53'.M bags nii;ar.
VKSSKI.S I.N POUT.
L'oS Alert, Hanfortl, from a crulc. Mar 8.
US! Marlon, (Irccuc, San Dkfo. March IS.
(Coattvrs not Incltulctl In this list.)
Am -hr Pnipvr, .lutinnneaaen, l'ort (iam
bic. March 15.
Am ftbr .kislo Minor, Whltncj, HuuKa,
I)r bk Uoutcnbcck, Iloilcrs, I.lciponl,
Am sclir Knil E Samlcr, C'urUcin, IlukoJ.ite,
Am ilitp N 1- llabcock, (Iraliam, S F,
Am bkiu KUkltat, Culler, l'rt (iambic, Mar
Am bk 'Ilulilanil I.li;ht, Lewis, Departure
Hav. March 17.
Am mir John I) lnllant, l'rt Gamble, Man li
Jan S S SliiiKhlu Mnru. Kobe. Feb 'J7.
I!r ship Somantlia, Crowe, S F, Feb 15.
Nor bk Fantasl, Aiiilirten.Ncnrnstli:. I'ebi!4.
llllW Ilk Kosillu, Nl3!-L'll,(.Ul.lll.tllll ll!-. 1LU'JI.
m wlir Aloha. Dabi-1. S F. Feb 111.
Ilk Cullao, Kii-Ui, Ncnciutlc, Feb IS.
Ilnw bk Aniliew Welch, Uicw, S F, Fell SO.
Am ship K II sutton. Carter, a F, Mnr 0.
m bktn S O Wilder. McNeil. S I . ifai 0.
Am bk Amy Turner, Wollcn, N V, Mr 7.
Am ship HcnJ F Packaril, Allen, Kobe, Mar 8
Am bktn W 0 Irwin, Williams, & F, Mar 11
FOHKION VFSSELS EXPECTED.
Vessels here lrom l)uu
Am ship IroauoU S F
Am schr Esther. Iluhni'.... Eureka Due
,mbk Matilda, I't Blaktly
SS Hehric SF March 20
S S City of Iilo tie Janeiro, Yokohama, Mar 23
S S Wiirrimoo, ...Sjilncj Murch24
III. Bemlnolc Atiwcasiit! Hue
NIC bk Dominion Newcastle Due
(iff bk Paul 1 sen beri: Liverpool Duo
Schr Louis Newcatlu
lJk Nt usboy New rustic
Schr Novelty Newcastle
Am ship Heaper... New cntle
Ilk Kortuna .. ewcmic Apr li
Schr (iolileu Shore. .Newcastle
Schr W II Talbot,... Newcastle x
Schr Echo Newtatle
I law bk Iolanl New lurk Mu ;I
yrfir CJltfa Newiaslle Mai .jl
AtnKhr AllieCook . 1'injct sound....
Am bklu i'liarhs I' ( im ki-i, . .VwuiMle
ilk Nuiiaiiu New York
i.,.1.1 All.'D A, New VV1I..CO.U Dm
Am hk Martha I)nU S Due
II. in hk Dliimoml Head.. .l'rt lllakel, Mar IS
Schr Wm lloMileu.. ..Newcastle April
Am Schr Oceania mice,. .Newiaslle, Apr SO
m Id, Mohlii S F
Am likin W 11 l)imoud,..S F
At 11 .llE-ln HiIk titv. March 13. 1"'J7, lu
u. m , to this wile id Thomas K. McTlj;he,
MAM'F.L-At Kamikrla, Oahii, March 1,
I'I7, to the wife of Salal Manuel, u
Theso are days of considerable
ai'i'iel) ,iud peipUxity b ill who
have possessions or other interests
in tho llepublic of Hawaii, and it
is time that our cuii'im eame to a
mutual uudortitauding on several
important issues. Tho prospects
for Annexation appear at present
vague and indistinct, and our
dehtiny cannot bo foretold with
certainty. Thoro aro thoso, nlso,
who still fondly cling to tho hope
of n return to tho old order of
things, and who cannot be per
suaded otherwise, yet this out
look appoars far moro hazy than
that of Annexation even to the
most hopeful disciples ot tho
Monarchy. Hut, fortuuatoly, in
tho midst of nil this uncertainty
thero is solace in tho fact that
Buffalo Poor has camo to stay aud
that patrons of all sorts and
opinions may equally sharo tho
beuelits of its invigorating and
sustaining properties. Wo aro
moreover assured that this favorito
brow will continue to bo dispens
ed as heretofore at tho ljoyal,
Pncifiu nud Cosmopolitan Sn
loons. Even'ma llullcti" 75c f.er month.
ill i: sol n. i tiii it.
Il'lllllll llluilll lllllalllu I'llll I'll t.ftlr-t
"I liert llif.
London, March 8.---Nuwh from
tho Soudnn shows that groat ex
citomont provails thoro. The
dorviBhea nro now mnkiiig great
proparntiona in viow of tho nd
vnuco of tho Anglo-Egyptian
oxpodition on Berber. The Kha
lafa is relying on Osmau Digna to
ropel tho advanco of the Auglo
Egyptian forces up tho Nile ami
has ap)ointed him govornor of
Berber, with tho title of Emir of
Emirs. Osmau Dignn has taken
up quarters nt Berber and called
out upward of 25,000 der
vishes, many of whom nro
woll armed with rifles pur
chased from the Abyssini
ana. Advices from the Egyp
tian spies, however, iudicalo that
tho masses of dervishes aro reluc
tant to fight, and that Osman
Digna has boon compelled to dis
patch a force of 13000 men to
traverse the country calling upon
the Arabs to join his standard
under penalty of death. Tho first
news in ton months has also bcon
rocoivod from tho European
prisoners nt Omdurant, tho mili
tary camp of tho Khamina. Tlioy
aro iu a state of tremendous anxie
ty, nnd fear that they will bo raas
sacrod directly tho Khamina finds
he is unable to resist tho advance of
tho Anglo-Egyptian army.
.mts. m:r'iii:it iikmi.
Tho oIhII( t'liiinillnn I'nlillc Men
Hon. Albert Norton Bichards,
Q. C, ex Lieutenant Governor of
British Columbia, the oldest and
one of tho leading lawyers of tho
piuiuce,died a tow days ago. llo
was a native of Brockville, Onta
rio, and over 71 years of age.
Win. Smith, who was doputy
minister of marine and fisheries
in Canada ftoin Confederation un
til last year, is dead.
Mrs. Henry Ward Beechor, wid
ow of tho great orator of pulpit
and platform, died at Stamford,
Connecticut, March 8, the tenth
aunivorsary of tho doath of her
husband. Sho was born at Sutton,
Mass., August 18, 1812, nnd wns
consequently in the 85th year of
her ago. Her fnthor vns Dr. Bul
lnrd, n farmer nnd physicinu. Mrs.
Beechor was a noblo woman and
had good literary nbility.
WII.MAM I. :i:.TKNAIlY.
Will llo CVIciirnlrd liy (inriniiii Keil
denlN ,11 on tiny i:i'iilui;.
Monday next will bo tho ono
hundredth nnuiversnry of the birth
of tho Into Emperor William 1. ,
tho first ruler of the Empiio of
Germany. Tho event will bo
colcbrntod by tho leading Gorman
residents of Honolulu at a dinner
at Iho Hawaiian Hotel in tho
evening. Mr. J. F. llackfeld,
German CoubuI, will prosido over
the festivities. In all probability
tho Government band will play on
tho occasion. Tho day will bo
celebrated iu all tho largo cities of
the United States, and indeed
throughout tho world, as well as
in tho Fatherland.
Dr. C. B. High, dontist, grn
dunto Philadelphia Dental Col
lego, 1892. Masonic Temple.
Election of Officers.
At tin- Annual Meetlw; of Stock
hoMcra of tliu Inter iNlnnil Steam
Navigation C'uinpauv, LM, hold this
day, tlio following Olllc is aud Dlieu
lors were elected for tiio eimitng jear:
V. It. Godfrey President
J. Kuu Vice-l'rt Mileut
N. K Geduo Hccretury
J. Ij MoLiiui Treasurer
T- V. lloliron Auditor
W. U. Godfrey, J. Knn, G. N. "Wil
cox, A. 8. Wilcox, W. O. Smith,
F. A. Scliuefer, K. Buhr.
N. E. GKDGK,
Secretary I. I. 8 N. Co., L'd.
Honolulu, H.I. March 9, 1S97.
John Commancho having leased
from D. MoKenzIo the promises,
known as tlio NEW MAUKET RES
TAUUANT, next Mills' Grocery
Store, on Merchant Street, will take
charge and open out with a full sup
ply of eatables.
iW Ordinary board, 21 tickets for
gj0 Game anil Poultry at translont
rates, Call and hue me.
Valuablo Business Property on
Nuuanu streot, bringing a good
Sevoral Lois near Punchbowl
nnd nt Mnkiki, tho Choicest Iiosi
deuce Proporty in tho city. A
poifect view from Diamond Hoad
to Ewn, Honolulu und Harbor.
Four Houses and Lots on Punch
bowl streot, only fivo minutes
walk from tho Post Oflico.
We also have Comfortable
Houses for sale on easy terms si
tuated on tho following streets;
Lunalilo, Kinnu, Kukui, Has
singer, Berolnnin, Young, Vic
toria, Green, Thurston Avenue,
Punahou, Liliha and Xuuanu.
Building lots in all parts of tho
city on the instalment plan.
Several woll established Lodg
Cofl'oo Lands on Hawaii and a
Pineapple Hunch with limo aud
other fruit trees near Honolulu.
210 King Streot and 207 Mer
L C Allies k Co, A.V. Qear& Co.
OIUccSOT Merchant St. Ollk-e210 King St.
.... ANU ....
Qeneral Business Agents
Loans Kcgotiated and Collections
Stocks Botight and Sold.
Uoeks Audited and Accounts Adjusted,
Hills Bought and Nates
DlscDuntBd. ' i
Fire Hnd Life Ingui'&nce Ageqfc
Steamers of tho Above Lino rnnning in connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Uotwccn Vancouver, B. O., nnd Sydney, N. 8. V., nnd cnllinir ot Viotorlo. B. O.
Honolulu nrnl Suva (Fiji), ' '
u.ieE idxjb uk.'r 3:o3soxJTTIJc
On or about tho dates below Btnted, viz.:
From Sydney and Sum, for Victoria nnd From Victorin and Vnncmirer, It. 0 to
VBiiomiTor. II. C.I Sum nnd Hyilimyi
Stmr "WA1UIIMOO" Mftrch 24 ' Stmr "WAIUUMOO" Anrll 18
Stmr "MIOWEHA" April 24 Stmt "MIOWEUA" Mnv IB
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" May 24 I Stmr "WAIUUMOO" Juno 18
Stmr "MIOWtfiA" Jnno 24 Stinr"MIOWEltA" July 16
Tliroti;li TlokctH Issued from Honolulu to Cuiiurtn,
United States and Kuroiie.
FnnionT and rASSENann aoents
D. MoNicoltj. Montreal. Cnmulii.
ItoiiEiiT Keiiii, Winulppjj, Cnnmln.
M. M. Htkiin. San Francisco. CJnl.
. JloL. HiiowN, Vancouver, H. O. '
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
Tho New nnd Fino Al Steel Steamship
" Moana "
Of tho Oceanic Stenmship Compnuy will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Sydney aud
Auckland on or nbout
.A.pril 1, 3 807.
And will leave for tho nbovo port with
Mails aud FnsseDKcrs on or nbout that
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho New nnd Fino Al Steo StcnmBhip
" Mariposa "
Of the Ocennie StenniBhip Compnny will
be due at Honolulu from San Frnuciscu
on or nbout
.A.pril 8, 1807.
Aud will have prompt despntoh with
Miiila nud I'nssenK'orH for tho above ports.
The undersigned nro now prepared
Thi'oiiKh Tickets to All Points
in tho United States.
tST"For fnrlhrr pnrticnlnrs regarding
Freight or Pnsimgo apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. 1
for S. F.
Mnrch HO, 1807 April 7, 1807
April 27. 1897 May fl, 1307
From Snn Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. Sou Frnucisco.
ilrriw Honolulu. Leaie Ifonululu.
Maripoha. April 8, '97 I Moumi, April 1, '97
Moana. May C, '07 AUrueda, Ap 20, '97
FQ1( 0EiTTLE( WHIWlT0W
The Nippon Yuson Iviislni's Steamer
Will suil for the above port ou
MARCH 18, 1897.
iff For freight or p.isago apply to
Wm, G-. Irwin & Co., Ld.,
Real Estate Transactions.
Subscribers nre furnished with from five
to six lists per week, giving an accurate
record of nil deeds, mortgages, leases, re
leases, powors of attorney, eto,, etc., which
are placed on record. Also a list of all
district court judgments.
Subscription 1'iico, 52.00 per Month.
A V. GEAK,
210 King St, llonolnlr
Jljft (Wi'i A ..t'J-J.:i-Wi-'fi..'..',,0-'.
Oceanic mm Go.
EST For Freight nnd PnssnRo nnd all
Qenern) Information, npply to
JHE0. H. DAVIES & Hf) I 'it
-". n. uwito a bu., LQ
Aconts for tlio llnwniinnTslnniln.
s Slcamsliii) fin's
Will leave Ilonoluln at 10 a. m., tonohlnc al
Lnhnina, Maalaea Bay and Makcua the
same (lay; Mahukona. Knwolhao and Lan.
pahoolioo tho following day, arriving at
llilo tho bamo ovoning. B
LKAVKB UQWQtni.P. AHniVKB HOMOLPtP.
JfMny. Mar. 20 TucKiUyT.Mar. 23
Inewlny. . . April C ' Friday April 2
Srl3n' April 1 Tnesilny. . . Apiil 13
Tuesday... .April 27 Friday.. .. April 23
Keturnlng, will lcavo Hilo at 1 o'clock
p. m., toncUing at Laupahoehoo, Mahn
kcmij and Kawailmo sumo day; Mnkonn.
MhhIwii L'ay uml Lolmiui, the fwliowiud
day; arriving nt nonolnln tho aftomoons
of iuesday nnd Fridays.
Will call nt Fohoiki, Pnna.
. JW"No Froight will bo rcceied aftoi
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will fonvn TTnTinlnlM 'is.nai.. i r. .. .
tonching at Knhului, Uana, Ilamoa and
Kipahulu, Mnni. ltctnruiug arrives at
Ilonoluln Snnduv niornings.
Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, on socond trip
of enoh month.
iWN Freight will bo received after
r. m. on day of sailing.
I Thig Company will reserves tho right to
, mu6 tUiaiiw in tin. tiuio of departure nnd
I ?"""! ot s'cauiem without notico nnd
ii win noi uo rcsponsiblo for any consc
qnences arising therefrom.
Consignfies must lie ut tho Landings to
rcceivo their Freight; this Company will
not hold itself responsible for freight after
it has been landed.
Llvo Stock only nt owner's risk.
This Company will not ho responsible
for Money or Valuables of paa3engors
unless placed in tho caro of Pursers.
l'nsbengers aio reqnested to purchase
tickets before embarking. Those failiDg to
do so will bo subject to nn additional
ohargo of twenty-live per cont.
Real Estate Broker.
209 Merchant Street.
House und Lot, 75x155 ft., on Xo. 71
Young street; putter, 3 bedrooms, kitchen
Lot on Wilder avonne 100x300 ft., fenced.
Lots ou Klnan atd .T':'k..i bticuu.
Fniniahed Itooms within fivo miuntes
wulk fiom tho Post Office. Also other
lloaso on Iloret.iuia stieot, near Piikoi
street; 4 rooms, dining loom, kitclicn, bath
room und an empty lot to keop a horse.
IloUHo on School street; parlor, beveral
bedrooms, kitchen, pautry, outhouses nnd
stable formerly occupied by Hon W. II.
Notico is lioroliy (,'ivou to Depo
sitors in tlio Savings Departmonl
of Olnus Sprpckels it Co.'s Bank,
that on and nftor April 1, 18J7,
all interest on thoir doposits will
Savings UopositorB may with
draw thoir accounts without giv
ing previous nolicu, or they a,uy
loavo anino in our 13ank on call.
CLAUS Sl'JIlX'KIJLS ifc Co.
Ilonolulu, Fob. 17, 1897.
Paper Hanger and Decorator
Islund Orderu attended to with dispatch.
All work eurefully and promptly ex
ecuted. ntTOhfici:: Smith stieet, with Smnnel
Ktiholoohalunl l'na. Jtosidenqoi Falaiim