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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 22, 1897.
SEA AND HARBOR NEWS
many iNTi:iu:NriNj m:vs iri:.iis
icleSnni'H Wlillc Ciin-hont lfarll
Ship Semnutlin for New York
AIoul Oilier Vcanclii.
Tho old clnm eholl dredgo is be
ing put iu ordor for sorvico ugaiu.
At 7 n. m. today tho U S S
Alort steamed out of the harbor
for tho Coast.
Tho big ship Semnuthn sailed
this forenoon for Now York with
90,035 bags sugar.
Sugar from tho Clnudiuo is bo
ing loaded into the Bouj F Pack
ard at Nunnnu street wharf.
All tho Holeuo's swoet cargo is
boing stowed in tho ship E 13 Sut
ton. Tho Sutton is about ready
Tomorrow, high tid" largo 8:21
p m; high tide small G:50 a m; low
tido large 0:10 p m; low tido small
2:10 a in.
Saturday ovouing, tho S S Shin-shu-Maru
departed for Japan, tak
ing over four huudred rejected ini
migrants Sailed from Kahului Mar 20:
Sohr H C "Wright for San Fran
cisco; Mar 17, I3k J C Glado for
The bark Diamond Head is
nbout 20 days out from Port
Blakely with lumber for Allen &
Tho schooners Ka Moi and
Moiwahino havo arrived with No.
2 sugar from Paauilo. Tho Kau
ikenouli brought iu No 1.
Tho steamer Noeau loaves at 3
today f-.r K; , -, !i Junjc
Makeo at i for Kapaa, and tho Ko
uuhou at 1 for Makaweli.
Tho steamor Kilauea Hou will
sail tomorrow with 200 tons of
coal foi Kahului. From Kahului
bIio will go to Kipahulu to load
The Fred E Sander took for
San Francisco 11,010 bags sugar,
valued at fcMl,9G2.-ll. Tho Bweet
stuff was shipped by H llnckfeld
Arrived at Kahului Mar 17:
Schr Allen A., 23 days from New
Whatcom. Mar 18: Schr Helen
N Kimball, 13 days from San
Captain Smytho of tho Iutor
Island Company is again laid up
with sickness. Mr. Wilson, mate
of tho Kaala has taken command
of tho steamer Kaena.
Exports por achoonor Jossio
Minor, Mar 20, worn 3930 bags
sugar shipped by W G Irwin &
Co and 2010 bags by II A Wido
mann. Total value of cargo: 824,
911. Tho brigantiuo W G Irwin has
cleared for San Francisco with
tho following cargo: 0009 bat's
sugar shipped by V G Irwin it
Co, 13S1 bags by Henry Water
house, 1080 bags rico by M S
Grinbaum fc Co. Total vulue
Tho threo masted American
schoouor Esthor Uuhno. Ander
son master, is in port. Her skip
per lcpuitH a pluujiuit parage of
18 days from Eureka, California.
The first eight days out variablo
winds wero hod; thonco to arrival
tho N E trades with tiuo weather
was experienced. Tho schooner
lias a cargo of redwood lumber
On Saturday afternoon, the Am
erican threo masted uchooneiB
Fred E Sandor and Jennie Minor
were towed to sea together by tho
lug Eleu. Both hud lull cargoes
of sugar for San Franci.ico. Tho
two smart little vessols set all sail
as soon as tho blue briny was
reached, looking vory pretty. It
is a first rate match, and the re
sult of tho race to tho Golden
Goto will bo looked for with inter
est. Tho Frod E Sandor brought
n cargo of sulphur from Hakodate
to this port in tho fiuo passage
" of 28 days, and tho JeBsio Minor
coino from tho Coast with a load
of lumber, making a pretty fair
On Sunday morning tho Jap
anese steamship Sakura maru
wont alongside Pacifio Mail wharf.
Tho work of transferring her pas
sengers to Quarontino Island and
(ho discharging aud fumigating of
tho froight was begun. Tho im
jnigrauts numbered 310. Thoro
wero two cabin passengers, ouo of
whom was for tho Jupanono lega
tion. Tho Pacific Mail wharf is
quarantined, nud a yollow Hog ilies
in tho fororigging of tho ship. It
is said that moro troublo like that
had with tho last lot of immigrants
is looming up, and many of thorn
will be rejected. This lot is all
A Rleam-Vf linler.
Early yesterday afternoon, tho
steam whalor Jeaunotte, 1-1 days
from San FrauciBco, anchored out
sido near tho mouth of tho harbor.
Sho is brigontine-riggod. The
Jeaunotto is bound for tho Arctic.
She called hero for alcohol and
tobacco to trade with tho natives
of Alaska. About 45 half barrels
wore token out to tho vessel today
aud a largo quantity of tobacco.
No whales wero caught on tho
way from tho Coast.
From Kauai, perstmr Koauhou,
March 21-C H Tutt.
From Hawaii, por stnir Iwolani,
March 21 Mrs VH Kickard and
20 on deck.
From Kauai, por stmr James
Makee, March 20 Chung Kim
and sovon deck passongers.
From Kauai, por stmr W G
Holl. March 21 W H Itico and
child, a 15 Lindsay and wife, Dr
Waltors, T Hoffman, A llosa, 0
Hay, Dr Goorgo II Huddy, J W
Girvin, JK iarloy and -10 dock
From Maui, per stmr Claudino,
March 21 0 L Wight, Mrs
Robert Lowers, Mrs A N Roberts,
Miss L H Hoborts, Miss K Corn
won, W 11 Cornwall, Georgo For
syth, Edgar Morton, Ah Ming,
Young Young, Pedro do Coitos,
wifo and son aud -43 deck passoug-ors.
SATUiiKAr, Mar. 20.
Stmr J A Cuiuuiliie, Seaile, from O.1I111
Suniui, Mar. 21.
Stmr Claudlne, Cnmuiou, lroin ports on
Stmr lli-lenc, ritrscrald. from Hawaii ami
Stmr Iwalaul, Gregory, from ports on Ha
waii. Stmr W G Hall, llagluml, from ports on
Stmr Keaiiuuu, Thompson, from Kauai.
Am steam-whaler Jcuuiiettc. Newtli. from
Cm 1 runt-lien.
Mommy, Mar. 2a.
Schr Ka Mot, from I'aaullo.
Schr Mol Waliinc. from I'aaullo, Hawaii.
Bclir KniilKcnoull, from I'aaullo.
Am selir Esther Buune, Andersen, from
Satiiiiuy, Mar 20.
8 S Slilnliu Maru, for Japan.
Am st-lir Jcsulo Minor, Whitney, for San
Am st-lir Fred E Sander, Carlson, for San
Monday, Mar. 23.
l!r ship Scmanthn. Crowe, for New York
Stmr Knt-nj, WiUuii, for Wnlalua.
Stmr Kaala, Mosticr, for Oahu ports.
Stmr J A 'Cummins, tjenrle, for Oahu
U 3 8 Alert, Hanfonl, for San Francisco.
VESSELS I.UAVINQ TOMOItltOW.
Stmr Kllaut-a Hou, Dennett, for Kahului.
stmr Manna Lua, Siiuersou, for Maul and
1 Stmr Clatullne, Cameron, for Maul.
I Schi Kiiulkvnoull, for I'aaullo.
OAltGOES FIIOM ISLAND POUTS.
Ex stmr Ka.il.i U2i bags sugar.
Ex stmr Clnuillnc 10,7.17 baijs tuir.ir, 259
b.igi potatoes, 101 bans corn, 50 head tattle,
5.1 Iiokb aud 70 pkga sillld.
Ex stmr W 1 llall-0423 bags sus;ar, 50
lings rice, 12 bill hldiv, H Imrhcs and 1 mules,
05 pkg sund.
Ex stmr Iwalaul -5050 lugs sni;ar.
Et stmr Ktauhou-il'.'OJ bogi sugar.
Ex stmr Huh in U7u(l baK sugui.
Ex nhr Ka Mul B5'J0 bags suar,
Ex schr Moluulilue 1U20 bags saKar.
Fj. nchr KiiulkiMuiill -197 bans suar.
Kxttinr.l A Cummins 1250 bags sug.ir,
HU0 un nee.
VESSELS IN TOItT.
U 8 S Mai Ion, Greene, San Dlcgo, March IS.
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
1 Am sihr l'nisper, .Iiihannossen, l'ort (lam
I blu, Marth 1 1.
iir iik itouienuecK, iioii(,'er8, Liverpool,
Am ship V F liabcock, Graham, 8 F,
Mai 6. ...
Am bktn Kllkltat, Cutler, 1'rt Gamble, Mar
Am bk Hl'lilaml LMit, Lewis, Departure
Bay, March 17.
Am schr John I) Tallaut, Prt Gamble, March
Nor bk Fautasl, Andersen, Newcastle, Feb 21.
Haw bk Hosulle, Miseii.Chuinalmus, Feb 21.
Am schr Aloha, Dabel, 3 F, Feb 10.
Ilk Callao, Koster. Netastlc, Feb 19.
Am ship E It Sutton, Carter, 8 F, Marti.
Am bktn S (J Wilder, McNeil, 8 F, Mar 0.
Am bk Amy Turner. Wullen, N V. Mr 7
Am ship Hi n. F l'at-kard, Allen. Kobe. Mar 8
Ain dm 11 v u n-wiu, u illume, B r, .Murll
Am bk Manila DaU, Smile, a F, Mar IU
Jup 8 8 Sakura-iuaru, Urady, Jupau, Mar 10
FOUI.IUN Vi'SSKLS EXFEt TEI).
Am ship Iroquois 8 F
Am Iik Matilda, l'l Illakely
HSIielKtc. 8F March 20
8 8 City of Hlode Janeiro, Yokohama, Mar 23
88 Warrlmoo Sydney, March 21
Uk Seminole, Newcastle Due
NIc bk Dominion, ....Newcastle Due
Gcr bk Pul lscnberi:.... Liverpool Due
Schr Louis Newcastle
Ilk Newsboy Newcastle
Am ship ltcapcr... Newcastle
Ilk Fortuna .. Newcastle Apr 0
Schr Golden Shore. ..Newcastle
Schr V II Talbot,... Newcastle
Schr Echo Newcastle
Haw bk Iolanl New York .... May 31
Schr Olga Newcastle MiirUI
Am schr Alice Cook... I'ugct Sound....
Am bktn Charles F Crocker,.. Newcastle
Ilk Nliuanii, PCcw York
Schr Allen A, New Whatcom Duo
Am bk Martha Davis 8F , Dile
Haw bk Diamond Hcad,..l'rt Ulakcly, Mar IS
Schr Wm llowdcn.. ..Newcastle Apr 14
Am Schr Oceania Vance,. .Newcastle, Apr 30
Am bk Moldcan, ....S F,
Am bktn W II DImond,..S F
SMITH-At Kealla, Kauai, March ll, 1807, to
the wife of F B Smith, a daughter.
These aro days of considerable
nuxioty und porploxity to nil who
have possessions or other intorcsts
in tho Republic of Hawaii, and it
is timo that our citizens came to a
mutual understanding on sovoral
important issues. The prospects
for Annexation appear at present
vaguu and iudistiuct, and our
destiny cannot bo foretold with
certninty. Thoro nre those, also,
who still fondly cling to tho hopo
of a rotum to tho old ordor of
things, nnd who cannot bo por
suaded otherwise, yet this out
look appears far moro hazy than
that of Annexation evou to tho
most hopeful disciples of tho
Monarchy. Rut, fortunntoly, in
tho midst of all this uncertainty
thoro is Boluco iu tho fact that
RuffaloBoor has camo to stay and
H"it p.-ttmns of ft" finrln nnd
opinions may equally share tho
benefits of its invigorating nnd
sustaining properties. Wo nro
moreover assured that this favorite
brow will continue to bo dispens
ed as horotoforo at tho Royal,
Pacifio and Cosmopolitan Sa
loons. IniliriMviiieiit ol tlio'llitmcs.
If tho plans now under way aro
carried out as anticipated, the
great work of widening and deep
ening tho river Thnmes will bo
foro long bo an accomplished fact,
and tho commercial importance of
tnat river tnoreby greatly incroas
ed. It boing clear to tho author
ities, on extended examination and
consultation with ongineoring ox
ports, that 11 twenty-six foot chan
nel was requirod for at least nine
tenths of tho shipping, it was de
cided that tho work should bo pros
ecuted, to be douo solely by dredg
ing. According tothisplau, thoro
will bo from Gravesend up tho
river as far as Grayford Ness, op
posite Harfloet, a channel width
of 1000 feet nnd a minimum depth
of twenty four feet nt low wator,
spring tido, while from Grayford
Ness to tho Albortdocks tho width
is to bo 500 foot nnd tho depth 22,
and from tho lattor to tho Mill
wall docks there will bo n chaunol
at least 300 feet wido and 18 feet
mnSIDEXT DIAZ DECOKATED.
HEltLIN Tho IteleiiBunzclger offl
clnlly nniioiinecs that 1'icsldent Diaz,
of Mexico, has been decorated by Em
peror William with thu jnmil cross or
"Itninicr." President Diaz issued tin
edict to the effect that no beer excent
tho sparkling "Jtninier" be served in
public plnces, or on stale occasions.
On tap or in bottles at the Criterio'i.
. 1., .1 1. wq, M.. ii ill i.i iMmm Ml.
LEFT UNSOLD AT HllF PRICE.
Now Bedroom sots, S17.50 and $15.
New W.ro Muttress $.C0.
New Wool Mattress, $4.00.
New llmr Muttresu, linliprico.
Gray nnd Illaok Hair, Host Silk Tlolc,
only -lOo. per pound.
Also lurn-j Iron Sufo, 4 Door Combina
tion, .'10x30, nt jess thnn half price.
Hand Cult, Miitablo for laundry. Any
City Feed Store,
609 Borotanla st. near Punchbowl st,
Alt accounts of THREE months or
longer standing, will bu placed In tho
liftndH of our attorney for collection
tmli'H-j Immediate settlement Is made.
652 15t J. J. EGAN.
tie Wm TlioiiRTitfiiir
Jtrs. Denis It's mining, Jfolke,
Mr. Denis It's nicsili knows it,
Mrs. Denis And why don't yez enm
Mr. Denis Oi'm waiting fnr it to
sthop, so I won't bo bringing thcr wet
into tho house, Bridget. Truth.
Iff TTml li-on Tlirro Illinfioir.
Mrs. Jason Don't swear liko thnt,
Kay, jutt beenuso tho boys hit you with
a snowball. Don't lon your temper.
Mr. tion I.oo temper? Nothing!
I'm just swearing to plonsc tho boys.
That's what they wnnt. Now York
That picturo iu King Bros',
window which has attracted ho
much attention is not tho portrait,
of anyone hero.
Notice Is hereby given that the fol
lowing estraye have been impounded
In the Governniont round ut Muklkl,
Honolulu, viz :
1 Black Mure, brand "JP3" on the
right hind hip, whlto upot on tho fore
head, and the two liiud feot white.
1 Black Mare, brand not clear on
left Mde, white spot on tho forehead.
1 Bay Ilorcc, brand "S" on tho left
foreleg and white snot on the forehead.
1 Cream colored Horse, brand "Jit"
on the right hind hip. and nlso "HL"
on theneek, long white strip runnlug
from forehead to tho nose, whltuspot
under the chin, while spots on tho
hack, white strips under tho stomach,
all four feet white und a fore back.
And if cuoli etrays are not claimed
and all pound charge vutfolled on or
before SATURDAY, Muroh 27, 1697,
at 12 o'clock noon, they will be sold
on ibtitdute and hour to the highest
bidder. K. KKKUKNE,
Honolulu, H. I., March 17, 1S97.
Tho undersigned having been ap
pointed Administrator of thu Et.ito
of Chang King, late of Walulim, Onhtl,
deceased, by order of the Honorable
A. Berry, Second Judge of tho Circuit
Court, First Judicial Circuit, Repub
lic of Hawaii, hereby notilles ull per
sons having claims ngtiu-t su'd es
tutu to present Iherauie tvlth vouchors
duly authenticated, even though the
camo be seen roil by mortgage upon
real estate, to him at Wululua, Oatui,
vvlihlii nix (G) mnntlin from date
hereof, or ettch claims will ho foiover
burred. All perfou indebted to mild
estate aro also uolltled und directed to
pay such debts to the Administrator
only. PAUL MAIIAUMJ,
Administrator of the EsUte of Chang
Dated Wululua, O.ihu, March 8,
J8TJ7. 558 4t
Election of Officers.
At the Annual Meeting of Stock
holders of tho Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Company, IVd, held this
day, the following Olllcers and Dliec
tors were elected fin the cunning year:
W. B. Godfrey .-.President
J. Ena Vice Prtsldont
N. K Gi-dge Htcrotury
J. L MolA-au Treasurer
T- W. Hobron Auditor
W. H. Godfrey, J. Kna, G. N. Wil
cox, A. 8. Wilcox, W. O. Smith,
F. A. Suhaefer, E. Suhr.
N. E. GEDGE,
8"crotary I. I B N. Co., L'd.
Honolulu, II. I. Muroh 0, 1897.
John Commancho having leased
from D. MoKenzle the premises,
known as tho NEW MARKET RES
TAURANT, next Mills' Grocery
Store, on Merchunt Street, will take
charge and open out with a full Bup
ply of eatables.
gjST Ordinary board, 21 tickets for
&JXT Game and Poultry at transient
rates. CaM and see mo.
Cai.adian-Aisslraiian SleasusSsip Line
Steamers ot the nbovo Lino running in connection with tho
CAKADIAK PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, B. O., and Sydney, N. S. Wm and colling nt Victoria, B. O.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
-a.ee idttie jijr ZEsoasronLuriLiTJ-
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
From Sydney nnd Sum, fnr Victoria nnd
VftncoUTor II. C.t
Stmr "MIOWEHA" April 24 1
Stmr "WARRIMOO" May 24
Stmr'IIOWEKA'' Juno 24
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to Ciiniuln,
United States nnd Europe.
FItKIOHT AND rAB3EKaClt AOKNTSt
D. MoNiooii, Montrenl, Cnnndu.
Rouert Kbiiii, Winnipeg, Cnnadn.
M. M. Stkiik, Sau Frnncitco, Oal.
G. AIoTi. Ilnowy, Vancouver, B. C.
Australian Mall Service.
For San Francisco:
Tho Now and Fino Al Steel Steamship
" Moana "
Of tho Ocennio Steamship Company will
bo dno at Honolulu from Sydnoy and
Auckland on or about
.April 1 , 1807.
And will leavo for the abovo port with
.Mails and Passengers on or about that
For Sydney and fiiictfnnil:
The Now nnd Fino Al Steo Steamship
" Mariposa "
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
.April 8, 1897.
And will havo prompt despatch with
Mails und Passengers for the abovo port3.
Tho undersigned are now prepared
Through Tickots to All Points
in tho United States.
C?T"For fnrther pnrtioiihu-a regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
from S. F.
March 30, 1897.
April 27. 1897...
for S. F.
.April 7. 1897
From San Francisco
From Sydney for
Mariposa, April 8, '97 I Moana, April 1, '97
Moann, Mny G, '97 Alameda, Ap 29, '07
The Nippon Yiihon KuUlm's Sleanier
Will sail for tho above port on
MARCH 18, 1897.
gjlgr For freight or passage apply to
Wm. G-. Irwin & Co., Ld.,
CM) td Agents.
Real Estate Transactions.
Subscribers are furnished with from live
to six lists por week, giving an accurate
record of all deeds, mortgages, loasos, re
leases, powers of attorney, oto., etc., which
are placed on record. AUo a list of all
district court judgments.
Subscription Price, $2,00 per Month,
A V. GEAR,
DceaniG Sieamsp Co.
Onic uteaBio Co.
From Victoria nnd VancouTr, II. O., to
Suva and Sydney!
Stmr. "WAIUUMOO" April 10
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" June 16
Stmr "MIOWEltA" July 16
t3 For Freight and Passngo and all
General Information, apply to 4
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for tko Hawaiian iRlnuds.
Wiir's Steamship Co's
0. l. wiairr, vrc3. "B. n. kose, seo.
Cupt. J. A. KING, l'ort Supt.
Will leavo Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching nt
Lahniun, Manlaoa Bay and Miikeua the
samoelayj Mahukona, Kawalhaennd Lau.
pahoehoo tho following day, arriving at
Ililo tho samo ovouing.
HAVES HOHQLPT.U. ABBIVM HONOLULU.
Efldny Mar. 20 I Tuesday.. .Mar. 23
Inesdny. ....April C 1 Friday Aptil 2
kg? Alj JO I Tuestiay. . .April 13
Tuesday... .April 27 Frulay.. ...April 23
Beturning, will leavo Ililo at 1 o'clock
r. m., touching at Laupahoehoe, Mahu
kona and Kawoihao bhi-.p day; Makcnn,
day; arriving at Honolulu tho afternoons
of 'iuosdity and Fridays.
" Will cull at Pohoiki, Puna.
WNo Freight will be received aftot
12 noon on day of sidling.
CAMERON, Commander, n
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday nt C p. M.t
touching at Kahului, Hnua, Hamoo and
Kipahu u, Maui. Iteturnlug arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, on second trip
of each month. s
JGTNo Freight will be received after
r. m. on day of sailing.
This Company will reserves tho right to
nia.0 cLunc iu the time of departure, and
arrival of its stoamors without notico and
It will not bo rosponsiblo for auv conse
quences arising thorefrom.
Consignfios must be ot tho Landings to
receive thoir Freight; this Company will
not hold itself responsible for freight uftor
it has boon landed.
Live Stock only at owner's risk.
This Company will not be responsible
for Money or Vohmbles of passengers
unless placed in the care of I'tiroem.
Pushengers are requested to purchase
tiokets before embarking. ThOho failing to
do so will ho subject to on additional
charge of twenty-live por cent.
Real Estate Broker.
209 Merchant Street.
House and Lot, 75x155 ft., on No. 71
loung street; parlor, 3 boilrooms, kitchen
Lot on Wilder avenue lOOt.lfJO ft., foncod.
Lots oil Kiniei rud Piikoi streets.
Furnished Itooms within five ininntcs." 1
walk from tho Post Office. Also other )
Honso on ltcrotania street, nenr Piikoi
street; 4 rooms, diiiing-ioom, kitchen, bath
room and un ompty lot to keep a borne.
Honso on Scliool street; parlor, several
bedrooms, kitchen, pantry, outhouses and
stable formerly occupied by Hon. W. H.
Savings : Bank
Notico is horohy given to Depo
sitors in tho Savings Department
of Clans Spieokels & Co.'s Bank,
thnt on nnd after April 1, 1897,
nil interest on their tloposits will
Savings Depositors may with
draw thoir ncicounts without giv
ing provious notico, or they may
leave same in our Bank on call.
Glaus Si'heckels ,fe Co.
Ilonolulu, Fob. 17, 1897.
Paper Hanger and Decorator $
Island Orders attended to with dispatch, t
All work piirofniw nA .,. r, "
ecuted. " ' " i""I'jr ex-
1ST Oinent Smith street, with Samnel
Kaholookidani Pua. Itohideueei Palaum.