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W,' J BOUND TOKAY.
m? I .
HEJr , l!nnllmi Hark AmlroH Welch Sailed
V, ' lur llio (lolilen Mnle-Alert Hill
BT i I.fiiTC on Monitav.
Tho scboouor Aloha is loading
BUgnr for tho Const.
Tho Knoim brouglit iu a load of
"Waiulua Biigor this morning.
Tho bark llosulio bus boon strip
ped of her sails and some of tho
Tho Molokai packet Mnkolii
brought iu a load of wool from
Kahoolawo this morning.
Tho British ship Semunthu is
nil loaded for Now York. Sho will
probably fail on Monday.
Tomorrow, high tide largo 0:10
) m; high tide small fi:5 a iu; low
tido largo 10:51 a m; low tido small
12:0 p in.
Tho steamor Kauai arrived from
Kauai this morniug with a full
load of sugar. Sugar ou Kauai is
well cleaned out.
Tho schooner Jossio Minor is
to sail this afternoon with (533
bags sugar for San Francisco. The
schooner 1 red h bander will like
ly sail also.
Tho James Makeo will sail on
Monday at 4 p. in. for Kapan, tho
Nooau at 3 p. in. for Kilauen, and
tho Kaena at 10 a. in. for Wain
lun, l'uuiki and Mokuloia.
Tho Martha Davis, which arriv
ed yest"idny, tied up at B rower's
wharf this morning. Sho brought
a full general cargo, including 10
kegs and 22 cases powder.
Sailors aboard tho warships
Aleitand Minion worn having a
guy timo aboard InBt night, pass
ing tho timo with singing nud
music. Tho Alert will not loave
This morning tho Hawaiian
bark Andrew "Welch, Captain
Drew, was towed to sea. Sho has
a full cargo of sugar, valued nt
fe'.KJ.-tOl .-i'2, made up as follows:
20 IS bags shipped by F A Schno
for ,fc Co, 0101 bags by T HDavieq
.v. Co, 15,(i58 bags for Castlo &
Tho Japaneso S S Sakura-maru
is to enter the harbor this aftor
noou. Tho throo hundred odd im
migrants will be landed at Quar
antine Island, nftor which tho
steamer will begin dischorging
100 tons of freight at Paciiic Mail
wharf. Tho wharf and ship will
bo quarantined for two or three
days, the ship having been at sea
15 days already. Customs officers
and others woikiug on tho wharf
and about tho ship will tako extra
clothiug with them, and will be
allowed to come and go in tho
morning and ovening. They will
bo fumigated and given a bath,
though, boforo going homo.
From Maui and Hawaii ports,
per stmr Muiinii Lon, March 10
C Fribiger, C B Koynolds, James
Cunningham, Joseph Xupapa, Mrs
A do Hrottovillo and child, Mrs G
D Schrader, Mrs Eunice Puui,
Mrs E Kanuha, Mrs J L Kiiulu
kou. Ah Nee, Ah Sam and wife
and 30 ou dock.
From Kauai, per stmr Knuni,
Mar 20 Chas Gay, Miss Gay,
Miss L Kala and 12 deck passon
ger. From Kauai, per stmr Wainle
ale, March 20 C Von Hamm and
1 dock passenger.
From San Francisco, pur bk
Martha Davis, March 10 Mr
From Molokai, Maui and Lnnai,
par stmr Mokolii, March 20- -Mrs
Ailau, Mrs J Dudoit and 5 deck
at ,tiAiti:i: ISLAM)
i'rouriuii "I Miixlu lor the SmimIii)' Al
Frofoisor Uorger has arranged
selections for tho band concert at
Makeo Island on Sunday uftor
noon, at 3 o'clock, as bolow:
The Old Hundred.
Overture The Klnu's Lieutenant Tltl
Fantasia Emperor's Cornflowers .... Thlele
limliiUeenee of Weber (lodlicy
Cornet Solo-Old 'Folks at Home ...lleinaid
' Mr. Charles Kicutcr.
Varaphrate Hen Holt (by reiuesO....Uroile
Fantasia Melody In F Itubiusteln
Finale Century Hlrthdav Ka)pey
.. jK4 J5dPlGL j.t
Satukdat. Mar. 20.
Stmr Mokolll. Ncllnou. from iloloknl. Haul.
Stmr James Mukcu, Tutlctt, from Kauat.
Stmr WnKihale. 1'arkvr, from Kauai.
Stmr Kauai, Itrulm, from Kauai.
Stmr Kacna, Svmtlio, from Oahu ports.
Km day, Mar. 19.
S 8 Mount Lebanon, McLean, for Japan
Sati'iidvy, Mar. 20.
Stmr Mlknhaln, Thompson, forXnnlllnlli,
Haw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, for San
OArtoons fiiom inland pouts.
Kx stmr .Imium Makeo 2500 bn); iliRar,
3.10 ba rice,
K stmr Manna Lo.i-S37I Imps suit.ir, 21fi
bai;s c lfce, VJ b.ips n a, '.'0 head cattle .1 bills
K stmr Kama ."5 bacs sujar.
E tmr Wat.ileale 'J'XiI bays sui;ir, SI
F.v stmr Kaunl TuII Imi; siipir.
l'. stmr Mokolll"S? ball's wool, 'J horses
and pkmt smul.
vj:sski.s in pout.
I! S 8 Alert, Ilanford, from a cruise. Mar S.
U S S Marlon, Greene, San Diego, March 13.
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
Am sehr Prosper, .lohannessen, Port (iatn-
b'e, M.mli 10.
Am sehr Jessie Minor, Whitney, Eureka,
Or bk ltoutcnbeck, Kodgcrs, Liverpool,
Am sehr Fred E Sander, Carlson, Hakodate,
Am ship W F Habcoek, Graham, S F,
Am likln Kllkltat, Cutler, Pit (iamble, Mar
Am bk Highland Light, Lewis, Departure
Hay, March 17.
Am sehr Jniinl) lallant, Prl (iamble, March
.lap rt S .lilnlilu Maru, Kobe, Feb ''7.
Ilr -hip Si mantha, Crowe, S F, Feb I...
Nor ih Fa i lasi Anili'iccn, Newcastle Fell 21.
Haw bk Kofalie, Nl9en,Chea'almus, Fel)-1.
Am sehr Aloha, Dabel, S F, Feb 111.
Ilk Callno, Kotter, Newcastle. Feb U.
Am ililp E n Sutton, Carter, 8 F, Mar 5.
Am bktu S (, Wilder, McNVII. S F, M.irO.
Am ok Ami Tiimtr, alien, N Y, Mr 7
Ai ship litiij F Packard, Allen, Kobe, MarS
Am bktn V (1 Iiwln, Williams, 8 F, Mar 11
FOHKION VFS.SI.I.S EXPECTED.
Vessels Wbcielrom Due
Am ship Ironuols S F
Am -elir Extlier, Iluliuu Eureka Due
Ambk Matilda, Pt Ulakely
H6 lielKlc 8 F March 20
8 8 City ol ISIode Janeiro, Yokohama, Mar 23
88 Wurrlmoo, ...Sydney March 21
Ilk Si ml nolo, Newcastle Due
NIc bk Dominion, ....Newcastle Due
tier bk Paul Ucuuere.... Liverpool Due
Sehr Louis Newcastle
Ilk Newsboy Newcastle
Sehr Not city Newe.itlu
Am ship Kcapcr. . . Newcastle
Ilk Forluna New castle April
8 hr liolden Shore. ..NewcisJc
tihr W II Talbot, ...Newiastle
Sehr Echo Newcastle
Haw bk Iolanl New York .... May ."II
Sehr Ol-a Newcastle MurBI
Am sehr Alice Cook... I'uiet Sound....
Am lil.tn Charles F Crocker,. .Newcastle
Ilk Nniianu S'ew York
Sihr Allen A, New Whatcom, Due
Am bU Martha Davis SF Duo
Haw bk Diamond llciid...l'rt Blake!) , Mar IS
SehrVi'm lluwden.. ..Newcastle April
Am Sehr Onunii Yauci,. .Newcastle, AprSU
Am bk Mohican 8 F
Am bktn W 11 Dlinond,..S F
DEC KEl!-ln this . il, at U a m, Mnrili 2o
the daimliler of s Dcekei, sijeil 0 months.
nil itru m:uvicis.
Where Itonoliilii I'cople ?laj- Wiir
ItOMAN Catholic Cathedii.l
Services Will be .i follows: 0 and
7 a m, Low Mas-i with Holy Coin-
iinuiiion, On in, Muss with English
instruction; 10. 60 a in, High Mufes
i with n.iiivt) .M'nniiu;2 p in, llosarv
and uuiivu iustrnctiun; 1:00 p in,
nutivo instruction nnd liouedic
tiou: Weekdays, Low Mass at (5
and 7 a m.
J.atteh Day Saint-" Heorgn
n'.ed Church rf iImus Christ of
l.attor-Day Saints; Mililnni Hull,
rwtr of O)ora IJouso, Sorvicos
will be hi'Iil on Sunday us fallows;
10 a. m., Hib'O class; 11:13 u. m.
arid 0:0 p. in., prouching.
Y. M. C. A. Sunday, 11 a. m.,
sorvioiMit Oahu jail;.') p. m., boys'
meotiug iu Association II. ill;
praise sorvico in Y. M.C. A. Hull
at G-.'jO p. m.
At llniimi Sii'ire.
Following is tho program for
tho concert at Emma Square by
the government band this after
noon, commonclng at -1:30:
March Count Moltke Prcuss
Overture Star at the North Meyerbeer
Selection Herman Mclorlles Thlele
Cornet Solo Everlasting Day Hevan
Mr. Charles Kreutcr.
Maich Hen Hur Chariot I'aco (new) .. Panll
Wulti!" Fautasle Cooto
Dr. O. B. High, dentist, gra
duate Philadelphia Dental Col
lego, 1892. Masonic Teinplo.
inM)i.t i.t iiioi:sa ?ia;a.ini:.
Ill.lloii tllll. DcelnrcH III I'lmm He
lore l.cuiliie; lur i:nulniitl.
Tho Honolulu Diocesan Maga
zino, organ of tho Anglican Bishop
of Honolulu, has boon issued for
tho current quarter. It is packed
with local church iutolligenco and
homilotio mattor, and haB an arti
clo on "That Vonomous Attack on
tho l?ov. J. P. Lytton," tho
"attack" in question having been
roprinted by tho P. C. Advertiser
from thoSau Fraucisco Post.
Thoro is a supplement contain
ing a "Lottor to tho Clergy and
Laity of tho Diocese," roforriug to
tho Uishop's departuro by tho
Mariposa on April 8 to attond tho
Lambeth Conforauco in July. Ho
makes tho following statement of
"As tho Cathedral Bhould bo tho
centre of Church lifo iu tho Dio
cobo, so tho organization of a Cath
edral body should bo tho founda
tion of Diocesan development.
From tho conimeucomout of ray
Episcopate I havo looked forward
to tho timo whim it 'would bo pos
siblo to lay tho foundation of a
Cathedral Chapter on ancient
lines, so that not as scparato units
but as 'tho Council of their oldor
brother tlm Bishop,' tho Cathedral
Clorgy should labor as ouo body
for tho Glory of God, and tho re
ligion of tho whole diocese.
"At last tho timo has arrived
when it sconiB that this founda
tion may bo laid. To givo a real
existonco to Canonical stalls in a
Cathedral all that is required is a
small endowment in perpetuity.
Out of tho bequest of Hor lato
Highness Poomaikolaui one stall
will bo oudowed, and 1 havo my
self undortakeu to provide a small
endowment for a second. To theso
two stalls 1 propeso to induct the
Row John Usborne and tho llov.
V. II. Kitcat, as Honorary Canons
of the Cathedral, tho duties of
Vice-Dean being assigned to Mr.
Usborno, and that of Precentor to
In tho hands of tho Cathedral
Chapter thus formed tho Bishop
proposes to leave the Diocesan
Fund, and ho makes au appeal
for liberality thereto ou the pnrt
of churchmen. Ho announces his
intoutiou of appointing tho Bov.
John Usborno commissary during
his absonco from thedioceso.
"Illnrk DIuimoikN" I'nr Outstrip (iiilil
In Value-ol Production.
Tho Geological Survey of Cana
da issued its annual summary to
tho press uudor date of February
13. It shows that in 18 Canada's
mineral output was 823,027,305.
Thid wag $1,027,305 moro than tho
provious year, and almost double
tho output of ton years ago.
Of tho increase in 1800, nearly
a million wus iu silvor, namely,
b08S,950, almost as much more in
gold, S800,300; $278,850 in coal
and $71,010 in copper.
But there was a decrease of
$205,001 in nickel, $1-10,701 in na
tural gas, principally in the Wol
laud ileitis, and $53,757 in iron.
As regards tho respective values
of tho output of Canodian mines,
coal leads the list. Gold is nul u
circumstance to it. Tho output of
coal last year was $8,000,305.
Next camo gold, 82,810,200. The
dozen products over a million
were as follows:
Theio waB $721,3S1 of lead, but
no other metal or mineral showed
over half a million. Of bricks,
however, $1,000,000 wero niado,
$1,000,000 of building stono was
quorried, aud $050,000 of limo
I'JtKSIDKNT DIAZ. DI'.C()ltATEH.
UKULIX The Holelisaiuulger oill
clally announces that President Diaz,
oT Mexico, lias Heca ilci-urutcil by Em
Tiuror William with the grand crosa of
"Italnler." President Diaz Issued an
edict to the effect Hint no beer except
tho sparkling "Jtalnler" bo served In
public plnces, or on state occasions.
On tap or in bottles at the Crlterlo'i.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, wock or month. Terms: 25
and CO cents por night. $1, und
$1.25 nor week.
Nicely furnished rooms at tho
Popular House, 151 Fort street,
t from $1.00 por week up.
MABOH 20, 1897.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
A rare good bargain was tho
buying of a hundred dozen
shirt waists. And you share
tho benefits. Shirt waists of
newest patterns in colorings
and cut go to you at iv dollar.
The lot is almost gone, sorao of
tho prettiest will not last the
A now stock of ladies and
mens hose and half hose at
half price. Cricketers flannel,
just what is wanted by men
who try with the wickets, at
low prices. Outing llauncls for
Indies, in beautiful shades.
Such linen duck bargains
were never heard of in Hono
lulu. It's tho result of stock
taking inaybo over-buying i
has something to do with it
whichever it is you are the
winner Summer dress goods,
new importations, were never
prettier tl.an now. Tno weaver
scorns to know as much as tho
designer these days, and he
puts them togother so they
wear. This applies to Dimities,
Organdies and Muslins. These
are in fancies; the plains are as
A wholo department of Cor
sets gives you the chance
you've waited for. Prima
Donna, P. D.. R & G. and
ventilated. Tho price is light.
Navy Blue and Black rain
proof cloth is serviceable for
wraps at this season.
Stock taking affects Turkish
Towel prices the same as every
thing else. This is customers'
week in profit sharing.
J. T. WATERHOU!
Nollco la hereby given that the fol
lowing eatruys have lieen lnipottiHled
iu the Government Pound at Maklki,
1 Black Mure, brand "JP.1" ou the
right bind hip, white spot on the fore
head, and the two hind feet while.
1 Black Mare, brand not clear on
loft t-lile, white spot on the forehead.
1 Bay Horce, brand "X"' on the left
foreleg aud white npot on the forehead.
1 Cream-colored Horse, brand "Jit '
on the right hind hip. aud alo ' HI'
ou tbenei'k, Iour- wiiito Dtrip running
from forelnnd to the nose, white spot
under the chin, while spots on the
back, white strips under tho stomach,
all (our leet white uiiil a soro back.
And if hitch estrays are not claimed
and all pound cliargt-H satisfied on or
before SATURDAY, Mutch 27, 1897,
at 12 o'clook noon, they will bo sold
on that (lute aud hour to the highest
bidder. 1C. KEICUENE,
Honolulu, H. I., March 17, 1807.
Election of Officers.
At tho Annual Meeting of Stock
holders of llio Iuter-Island Steam
Navigation Company, L'd, held tills
day, the following Olllcera and Direc
tor were elected fur tlio ensuing year:
W. B. Godfrey President
J. Eon Vice-President
N. E GKlge Hecretary
J. L. MoLphu Treasurer
i1- V. Huuitiu Audllor
W. B. Godfrey, J. Ena, G. N. Wll
iox, A. tJ. Wilcox, W. O. Smith,
K. A. Sclmefer, E. Suhr.
K. E. GEDGE,
Secretary I. I. S N. Co., L'd.
Honolulu, H. I. March 0, 1S97.
John Commauchn having leased
from D. MuKenziu the promises,
known as the NEW MARKET RES
TAURANT, next Mills' Grocery
Store, on Miioimnc bueol, wi.l inu
oiiargo aud opeu out with a full sup
ply of eatables.
tW Ordinary board, 21 tickets for
SP Game and Poultry attrauslont
rates. Call and see mo.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1082 King Street.
A Quiet, Homelike Plnco, whore Trained
Ntirbos, Massage, "SwodisU Movoment,"
Hatha, Electricity nud Physical Training
may bo obtnined.
P. S. KELLOaa, M. V.,
Telcpliono 639, Superintendent.
hi Jiii , ,
Steamers ot the above Lino running in connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC BAIL WAY
Cotwcen Vancouver, B. O., and Sydney, N. 8. W.. and calling at Victoria B a
Honolulu andT3uvn (Fiji), ' '
-A.:E3:EJ 3DTJTE j&J3? H03STOIjTJIjTT
On or about tho dntcs below stated, viz.:
From Sydney nud Sura, for Victoria and
Vane-outer. It. O.t
Stmr "WAIUIIMOO" Mnrch 24
Stmr "MIOWEHA" April 24
Htmr "WAIUUMOO" Mny21
Stmr "MIOWEHA" Jnuo 21
Through Tlcluits Issued from Honolulu to CuiiuUn
United States and Europe.
raniaiiT and fassenoimi agents:
D. MoNicotii, Montrcnl, Canada.
ItoiiKiiT Kr.im, Wiuu'poK, Canada.
M. M. Stkiin, Snu Francisco, Oil.
O. Mcl.1. Bhown, Vancouver, B. O.
Oceanic StBissUii Co.
Apstralian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
Tho New and Fine Al Steel StcaniBhip
" Moana "
Of tbo Oceanic Steamsliip Compnuy will
be duo nt Honolulu from Sydney and
Auckland on or ubout
A.pvil 1 , 1807.
And will leavo for tbo nbovo port with
Mails aud Passengers on or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:
The New and 1'ino Al Stco Steamship
" Mariposa "
Of iho Oceanic Stoamship Company will
bo due at Honolulu from Sau Francisco
on or about
.A.pril 8, 1807.
And will have prompt despatch with
Mails aud Pabscngers for the above ports.
The undersigned aro now prepared
Through Tickets to All Points
in tho United States.
C3f For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage npply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
March 30, 1897.
April 27. 1897..
for 8. F.
.April 7, 1897
.. May r, 1397
From San Fraucisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. San Francisco.
drrire Honolulu. Leaie Honolulu.
Mniiposa, April 8, '07 I Moana, April 1, '97
Moana, May 0, '07 Alameda, Ap 29, '97
FOU ErTTLE, WHIWgTON
Tho Nippon Yusou Kaislin's Steamor
Will sail for the above port on
MARCH 18, 1897.
JB For freight or passago apply to
Wm. G-. Irwin & Co., Ld.,
Real Estate Transactions.
Subscribers aro furnishod with from five
to six lists per week, giving an accurate
record of nil doods, mortgages, leases, ro
leases, powers of attorney, etc, etc., which
aro placod on record. Also n list of all
district court judgments.
Subscription Price, $!!.J0 per Month.
A V. GEAR,
210 King St, Honoluln
x'ttufir W.Vh'afaiW .Ajfaj...
Oceanic Steamsoip Co
Steamship Line ' 1
From Vleturln mid Vancouver, M. o to
Sui nud Sjdnoy:
Stmr "WAimiMOO" iji
Stmr "MIOWEHA" .. jiiv IB
Stmr "WAIUUMOO". ... i. li i
niFTFreiBi'-t nml tyMORO and all
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agonta for tho Hawaiian Islnnds.
Will leavo nonolaln at 10 a. m tonclilnc ot
Lahama, Maa aca Bay and Makcna the
same day; Mahukona, Kawaibaoand Lan
pahoehoo tbo following day, arriving al
llllo the samo evening.
LKAVKS UOWOLPtU." AniUVEB ItOMOLPLn.
S?,,lly Mnr. 20 7fnosday7. .Mor723
1 uesday . . . . April (i Friday. . .... April 2
it:aJ- AP 10 Tuescfny. .April 13
Tncsday . . . .April 27 Friday. . . ..April -23
ltoturniuR, will lcaVe Hiio at 1 o'clock
p. m., touchitig nt Laupahoohoc, Mabn.
Icona and Kawaihae saieo day; Makenn,
MttalaeA liny and Labaiun the followinc
day; arriving at Honolulu the afternoons
of 'luesday and Fridays.
Will call at Polioiki, Pnna.
lL)&Xo Freight will bo reccivod nftoi
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honoluln Tuesday at 5 r, m i
touching at Kalrahii, Haua, Hamonand
Kipahulu, Maui. Iteturning arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call nt lum, Knupo, on second trirN
of each month.
No Freight will be received after
p. m. on nay of sniling.
This Company will reserves tho right to
make cnniiL'ftf in thn time nt .!..... - j
I arrival of its steamers without uotlco nud
ii win noi ue responsiblo lor nny conse
quences arising tberofrom.
Consignees must be at tho Landings to
receive their Freight; this Company will
not hold itself responsible for freight aftor
it has boon landed.
Live Stock only at owner's risk.
This Compnny will not bo responsible
for Money or VnluaMes of passeugors
unless placed iu the caro of Pursers.
Passengers nro requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. Those failing to
do so will be subject to an additional
charge of twenty-live por oent.
Real Estate Broker.
209 Merchant Street.
Uouso nud Lot, 73x165 ft., ou No. 71
Young street; pallor, .1 bedroome, kitchen
Lot ou Wilder avenue 100x300ft., feucod.
Lots on Kinau and Piikoi streets.
rnmislied P.ooms within ilvo minutes
walk from the Post Office. Also other
HortRO on Uoiet.mia street, near Tiikoi
street; -1 rooms, diniu-room, kitchen, bath
room and nu ompty lot to keep a horse. ,
House on School street; parlor, several'
bedrooms, kitchen, pantry, outhonsca and '
stable formerly occupied by Hon. W. II.
Savings : B
Notico is lioroby givou to Depo
sitors iu tho Savings Department
of Claus Spreckols & Co.'s lianlc,
that ou and after April 1, 1897,
all interest on thoir deposits will
Savings Depositors may with
draw their accounts without giv
ing provious notico, or they may
loavo samo in our Bank on call.
OLAUH Sl'ltECKELS fe Co.
Honolulu, Fob. 17, 18D7.
Paper Hanger and Decorator
Island Ordors attended to with dispatch.
All work carefully and promptly ex
ecuted. J3T Omc-K: Smith street, with Samuel t
Kaholookalaul Pun. Itesideuce: Pnlamn.
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