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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 23, 1897. J;'.''
SEA AND HARBOR HEWS
AIIUIIT IXIIMJS ALONOTHK 1ICHH
. (1. Irulii Outward Milium I.on lor
tlir"llttt I.lmiU" The Diamond
lend lii I'ore.
Tho ship "V F Babcock moved
to Sorenson's wharf yesterday af
ternoon to dischargo ballast.
Tomorrow, high tide lnrgo 9:41
p m; high tide small 8:0 a in; low
tide largo 1:6 pm; low tide small
4:5 a in.
Tho American clipper bark
Amy Turner is taking in ballast.
She will sail within a day or two
Tho steamer Mauna Loa loft for
tho other islands at half past ten
o'clock this morning. Sho had a
good amount of froight and a fair
Tho amount of the Semontha's
cargo as stated in this column yes
terJiy was incorrect. She curried
nearer GG.000 bags of sugaf ill
the number stated.
Tho W G Irwin set sail for tho
Golden Onto this nmruin. TJ
Irwin being noted for her good
Bailing, sho is expected to make n
speedy paesago this trip.
Tho Wilder Bteamor Holonc is
on tho boards to leave at noon to
morrow for Paauhau, Kukaiau,
Laupahoohoo and Mahukoua. I' or
tho latter port mail and passeng
ers only will be taken.
Tho lwalani for Lahoiua and
Ilamakua, tho Waialeale for Ivi
luuen, Kalihiwai and Hanaloi, tho
Kauai for Makawoli, "Wnimon and
Kokaha, all leave at 4 p. m. The
AV G Hall for Kauai porteyaud tho
Claudiue for Maui ports leave at
Waterfront spots are anxious to
lioar of tho result of the Corbett
Fitzsitnraons fight. Somo of tho
boys havo a little "dough" staked
on tho scrap. Fitzs seems to bo
tho favorito. Tho first news of
the battle will bo received by the S
S Australia, duo at the end of the
Ono hundred tons of stouo bal
last was put iuto the after hold of
tho S S Sakura rnaru. Tho Saku
ra will Bail for Soattlo as soon
aa tho authorities havo settled
matters concerning tho Jnpaueno
immigrants. The Sakura may
tako most of tho littlo brown men
' whom she brought here away with
Tin- Illniiinml llenil.
"Speak of tho devil and ho's
euro to appear," is a common say
ing. An ilom in this column yes
terday about tllO Diamond Head
m. ln.vft ilriinrii tho vpsflnl in nnrr
may naonrawn me vesaoi io Prt
lor buo was leporteti soon auer ino
linos woro scratched.
Tho baik Diamoud Head left
Port Blakely on March 3 with
over 70U.00O feet of lumber for
Alleu & llobinson. On account
of unfavorable weather sho put
into Port Angeles, remaining
there threo days. Tho first part
of tho voynga strong variable
winds woro experienced, after
which the trades were picked up
which continued to nrrivuliD
Tho Diamond Head was former
ly the British bark Gaiusborough.
While on her way from Now Zea
land to ban l'ranoisco, sue ran
ngrouud at Diamond Mend, (.apt
McPhail was thou her mastor.
Tho vessel was sold at auction
with her cargo of coal. S C Allen
purchased the wreck. After weeks
of work under tho Mipoiiulnml
onco oE Captains Calway and
. Ward, tho Gainsborough was
brought into port in a sinking
condition. After receiving temp
orary repairs at this port, the ves
eol wos sailed to San Francisco by
Capt Ward, where she was put in
lirst class condition. TIub is her
firat trip to Honolulu since she
was wrecked at Diamond Head.
Ever sinco tho port of Honolu
lu first posseBSod a tug-boat, tho
captain and crow havo boou both
ored by people going out with
them for pleafiuro and who gener
ally were in tho way. Somo of
them would persist in talking to
the deck bauds nnd tho ongineor,
which drow tho mon's njteution
from their work. A now rule has
beon mado prohibiting anyone
from taking a trip in tho tug Elon
without permission from tho Min
ister of tho Interior, Capt King.
Somo persons who wore in tho
habit of boaiding the tug evoiy
chauco thoy got for a voyage after
a vosal off port, not only mudo a
uuiuiiee of tlioniHflvofl but had
not ho n Be otiough to koop out of
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr
Mauna Loa, Mar 23 Ah Mai,
Geo Forsyth, Mr Willcock, A For
nandos, A G Corrca, L F Lincoln,
J E Gomes, Mrs J A llodanot,
Mrs Dr MoWayno, Miss Board,
OAkau.and wife, HP Baldwin,
Goo H ltobortson, D Kaapa and
wife, A L Perry arid G3 dock paB
sougors. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
Mondvt. Mar. 22.
Haw bk Diamond Hrail, Ward, from Tort
Tuesday, Mar. 23.
Btmr Lebua, Nye, from Hawaii.
8 a City of Klu tie .Tnnelro, Ward, from
China ami Jni'un.
.Mondat, .Mar. 23.
Stmr JnnnK Maker, Tullctt, for Knpaa.
Stmr .Mokolll, Nellson, for Jlolokai. Maul,
Stmr Keaubou, Thompson, for ports on
Stmr Noenu, Poterion, for Kauai.
Am frara-tN'mler Ji,amiiitcN'tli, for the.
Tuesday, Mar. 23.
Stmr Mauna Loa, SIracrsou, for Muul and
Am bfitn W 0 lrwln, Williams, for San
CARGOES FltOM ISLAND PORTS.
Ex Btmr Lcliua-2JQ0 bags sugar, 30 head
VKBHKI.3 IN rOUT.
U 8 S .Mai Ion, Greene, San Diego, .March 13.
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
Am schr Prosper, Johanncsscn, l'ort (iam
bic, March K.
Mr bk lioutcnbeck, Koilgcrs, Liverpool,
Am ship W F Habcotk, Graham, S F,
I Am bktn KUkltat, Culler, l'rt Gamble, Mar
Am bk Highland Light, Lewis, Departure
Haj, March 17.
Am M'lirJolm I) 'lollant, l'rt Gamble, March
Nor ll Fnntasl, Andcrscu, Newcastle. Feb 21.
Haw bk Rosalie. Nlsseu.Chcmalmus, Feb 21.
Am schr Aloha, Dabel, 3 F, Feb lit.
Uk Calluo, Koster, Newcastle, Feb 18.
Am ship K II Sutton, Carter, S F, Mar 5.
Am bktn S G Wilder, McNeil, S F, MarO.
Am bk Amy Turner, Wallen. N Y, Mr 7.
Am ship Uinj F I'ackard, Allen. Kobe, Mar 8
Am bk Martba Dals, Soule, t) F, Mar 1U
Jup d S Sttkura-iimru, lirady, Japan, Mar 10
Am tehr Kther 11 u line, Andersen, Eureka,
Haw bk Diamond Head, Ward, l't Blakely,
FOREIGN VFSSELS EXPECTED.
Vessels Wherulrom Duo
Am ship Iroquois 8 F
Ambk Matilda, l't Blakely,
RSUeUjlc HF March 20
S S Ulty of RIode Janeiro, Yokohama, Mar 21
SS Wurrlmoo. ...Sidmy. ...,Marcli24
'Ilk Hemlnole, Newcastle ....Due
NIc bk Dominion, ....Newcastle Due
Ger bk'I'aul Ifeiibcrir... .Liverpool Due
Scir Ij0Ul, Newcastle
. iik Newsboy
Sclir Novelty Newcastle
Am khip Reaper.. .N'eueustla ....
IU Fortuna N'eucatH:
Sehr (JoMui ifhnic. ,.NeucatIo..
Sihr HTallmt.... Newcastle...
Sclir Echo Newcastle...
Haw bk Iolunl ..New York ,
Schr Oliru Newcastle....
Am schr Alke Ool;..: I'liirot Sound
Ami bktn Charle F CroclT, .Newcastle
Ilk Nuiianu Sew Ymk,
Schr Wm ISondeu.. ..Newcastle Apr 14
Am tfchr Oceania Vance,. .Newiastle, AprSU
Am bk Mnlilun 8 K,
Am bktn W U l)lmoiid,..8 F
"Do you think," ho Haiti with nmcb
I (.inUinii-'sinimt, "that or that la tc
fc.iy, it' vo woro muriicu, you'ro fathci
would bo willing to tursibt us in any
"Ho might," whs tho thoughtful re
ply. "Ho is KPttinpt to ho over ho sno
ccsjful now in divorce ciujOH. "-r-Wufch-ingtou
A (initio Jteuitnilrr.
Jtistrc1; That was a vfry nico lcttci
of Patrick's offering you marriago,
Mary- What nhull I say in reply foi
SInry Tell liim, mum, if yon plazc,
tlmt when 1 get iny wuges ruihed next
mouth, mum, I'll hegm to huvo for the
wedding things. Tit-UitK.
Jiut tlio 1'Ihcu 1'or Thcui.
First Sport I seo it slated that tho
air is ho ulrnr in tho arctic leigons that
conversation can ho carried on easily by
persons two miles apart.
Second Sport iiy don't soirio ono
toll Corbutt and Fitzsiinmons about
that? Yonkers Stutcmmm.
Ilunluens Bclteme. t
"We will never bell theso cloaks at
(IB," said tho clerk.
"Wo don't ozpfct to," said tho man
gger. "Thoy aro marked if 1 5 now that
they may ho marked down to 8. GO nexl
week." Cincinnati Kncmhor. i
MeahanioH' Homo, oornor Hotel
and Numinu streets, lodging by
day, wok ormnnlli. Terms: 25
and GO contti nor night, "ifl, uiul
igl.2fi uor wifhk.
Thoso are days of considerable
auxioty and perplexity to all who
havo possessions or other iutoresls
in tho ltepublio of Hawaii, and it
is timo that our citizens camo to a
mutual understanding on sovoral
important issues. Tho prospects
for Annexation appear at prosont
vaguo and indistinct, and our
destiny cannot bo foretold with
certainty. Thoro nro thoBO, also,
who etill fondly cling to tho hopo
of a return to tho old ordor of
things, and who cannot bo per
suaded otherwise, yet this out
look appears far moro hazy than
that of Annexation ovon to tho
most hopeful discipleB of tho
Monarchy. But, fortunately, in
tho midst of all this uncertainty
thoro is solace in tho fact that
Buffalo Boor has camo to stay and
that patrons of all sorts and
opinions may oqually share tho
benefits of its invigorating and
sustaining properties. Wo aro
moreover assured that this favorite
brow will coutiuuo to bo dispens
ed as beroloforo nt tho Itoynl,
Pacific and Cosmopolitan Sa
VIio It Wos.
"Now who is said to snnport
"And who supported Atlas?"
"Ploaso, miss, my book don't Er"i
but I 'spoo' it was his wlfo."
Structf by Ills Own lieauty.
Ancbored is what tho man eaid
whon ho dropped into the Anohor
Saloou. hyV said his friend.
Bocaueo you can always got a
cool rofreshing drink Borved bj'
goutlomanly attendants, and if
you happen to drop in duriug
much hour yon will bo regaled
with solids us woll as liquids. In
fuct tho lunch at tho Anchor js
Hnil hi ii" any to 1h the bi-ut in
town. The colobrated Seattlo
beer' is on tap. It is sparkling
and ice rold. Tbo linest of wines
and liquors in town nro to bo had
at this popular rosort.
rnnsiDKXT diaz decokated.
BEltUN The Hclchsanzclger olll
eially niiiiouiices that President Dlnz,
of Mexico, has been decorated by Em
peror William Vlth the grand cross of
"Hninler." I'rcshlpnt Diaz issued an
edict to the effect that no beer except
the sparkling "Italnler" bo served in
pnbllo places, or on state occasions.
Ua tup or In bottles at the Criterion.
By tho Bteamor Mioworo, tho
Criterion Saloon received a largo
consipnmontof thocolebrated book
beor, brewed by tho Seattlo Brow
ing and Malting Go, This is tho
first bock to mako its appoaranoo,
and is a euro indication of bottor
Torchon and Valenciennes laces
aro" etill in great demand. L. B.
Korr has a choice lot, which ho is
soiling at lowest possiblo rateB.
HALF anil HALF
(4 AND i)
Mixed with tho famots
IN EQUAL PORTIONS
Will mako a
For tho woary and thirsty that will bring
Joy to their SouK
TO HE HAD AT THE
Nuninu and King Streets.
Mortgagee's Notice cf Intention to
Foreclose and of Sale.
Notice la hereby given that by vir
tue of a power of tale contained in a
certain niorttftfro dated the 16th day
of October, 1889, made by MatiocI
Gouvela of North Kona, Hawaii, to
John Mugoon of Honolulu, recorded
In the Reglftcr OtUce, Oabu, in Liber
117, pages 463 aiid 404, the eald Johu
Mugoon, mortgagee, intends to fore
(.loso mild mortgage for a breach ot
tbo conditions In said mortgage con
tained, to wit.: tho non-payment of
tho principal and Interest when dde.
Notice is hKo hereby given that all
and singular the property in said niort
giigp contained and described will be
raid at public auction at the auction
room of Jauiex F. Morgau, on Queen
street, lu sid Houolulu, on Weilues
0y, tho 24th day of Maroh,'18'J7, at
12 o'clock noon of said day. Tim pro
perty lu said mortgage is thus des
cribed: Six shtircs in the Hul of Holualoa.
of N Kona, conveyed to Manoel
Gouvela and Sum Ikutku, M. S. Sime
ona and Alo, and I. F lilohu and
Sera aCta by dceda recorded respective
ly lu Liber 118. ). p. 13U, 117, p. 422.
US, p. 42.2, and aputiu 1 In Koyai.
Putent 4412, L. C. A. 10770, Issueif In
the name ol l'uuoiio conveyed to said
Gouvela by deed of Keoni r. Kau
haihaoaud Kahaka, recorded lu Liber
110. page 465.
Terms caeu U. 8. Goldtotu. Deeds
at tho expense of purchaser.
For further particulars apply to
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
Attorney for Mortgagee.
Dated Honolulu, Fob. 28, 1807.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention to
Foreclose and of Sale,
Notice Is hereby given that by vir
tue of n power of ttale contained in a
cer'ain nio.igagad.iUd the-3rd d. of
August, lb95, made by Antoiie Fer
natiUtz and Mnklliatia Fernandez, Ills
wife, of Honolulu, Ouhu, to Alfred
W. Carter, trustee, of eaid Honolulu,
and recorded lu tho Register Olllce.
Onhu, in Lllier 157, page 63, Til and
55, and by the eaid Alfred W. Caller,
trustee, duly assigned' to J. Alfred
Magoou, the Bald J. Alfrtd Mtigoon
Intends to foreclose said mortgage for
a breaoh ol tho conditions in said
mortgago contained, to wit. : the uou
paymeut of the principal and interest
when due. Notice is also hereby given
that all aud singular the lauds, tene
gage contained aud described will bo
sold at "public auction at tho auction
room of W, S Luco,ou Queen street,
iu faid Houolulu. on Thursday, tho
25th day of March, 1897, at 12 o'clock
noon oi saiu uay. 'l no property covered
by said mortgago is thus described:
AH of tho following described piece
and tract of land situate at Auaukal,
Walklkl, Island of Oaliu, being same
premies described lu Royal Patent
No. 2833, L. C. A. No. 6070, contain
ing three (3) apanas of an area of threo
hundred aud nluety-ono (391) square
fathoms, and being tliosama'premlseH
conveyed to the mortgagor by Opuuul
et. al., by deed recorded In the Ileitis
tcr Ofll.ce, Oahu, iu liber 79, page HI.
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
Assignee of Mortgage.
Deed at expanse of purchaser. Terms
cash U.S. Gold coin.
Dated Fob. 28, 1897. 54(Md
Stcumoni of tho nbovo Lino running in oonnootion with the
CANADIAN PACIEIO BAIL WAT
stwoon Vancouver, B. 0., and Sydney, N. 8. W., and collino at Vlotorla. B
Uouolalu and Suva (Fiji), '
On or about tho dates
From Sydney mill Sura, for Vlotorla ami
Vaucuurer, II. O.I
Stmr "WAKIUJIOO" .March 24
Stair "MIOWEltA" April 24
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" Mny24
Stmr "MIOWJJtA" Jnno 24
Throiirli TlckctK Issued from Honolulu to Canada,
United States nnd Kuropc.
FnnionT and rAsuusaEM AnnNTs:
D. MoNtcoLL, Montreal, Canada.
RoDEnr Kr.ita, Winuipeff, Cnnnda.
M. M. Steihc, Ban Franciico, Ual.
O. MoL. Hr.ow:f, Yonconvor, B. O.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
The New and Fino Al Steel Steamship
" Moana "
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from Sydney and
Auckland ou or about
A.pvil 1, 1807.
And will loavo for tho abovo port with
Mails and Passengers ou or about that
For Sydney and Auskland:
Tho New and Fine Al Stee Steamship
" Mariposa "
Of the Occanio SteatnBhip Company will
be duo at Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
.A.pril 8, 1897.
And will havo prompt despatch with
Mails and FassengcrB for tho above ports.
The undersigned aro now prepared
TIiroiiRh Ticitots to All Points
in tho United States.
C3yFor further particulars regarding
Freight or Fassago apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & GO., L'd,
. LOCAL LINE
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from 8. F.
March 30, 1897 April 7, 1897
April 27, 1897 May 0, 1897
From San Frnucisco
Mnriposa. April 8, '97
Moana, May 0, '97
From Sydney for
Moana, April 1, '97
Alameda, Ap29, '97
FOR; gEiTTLE, WHIHpON
The Nippon Yusou Kuiulm'a Steamer
Will bail for tho above port on
MARCH 18, 1897.
0JF For froight or passage apply to
Wm. G-. Irwin & Co,, Ld.,
G&9 td , Agents.
Heal Estate Transactions.
Subscribers are tarnished with from five
to six lists per week, giving an accurate
record of all deeds, mortgages, leases, re
leases, powers of attorney, etc., eta, which
are placed on record. Also a list of al)
district court judgments.
Subscription Price, $2,00 per Month.
A V. GEAK,
210 King St, Honolulu
Oceanic SteamsuiB Co
DCK StfflSillll Co.
below stated, viz.:
From Victoria and Vanconrer, 1J. C to-
Sui and Sidney!
Stmr "WAimiMOO" Ar.ril 16
Stmr "MIOWEltA" Mav 16
DWUi HAlUUillUU null JUnO IG
Htmr"MIOWP.lIA ' ti i
C2T For Freisht and Pussngo and all
lHATnl T fri . 1 1 - 1.1
THEO. H. DAVIES &'C0..
At'enls for thoHawaunnlslands.
Hen Steamship Co's
Will leave Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching at.
Lahoina, Manlnea Hay and Mukona the
sanio day; Mahukona. Kawalhno ond Lan
rmhoohoo tho following day, orriving at
Hilo tho samo ovoningt
HAV8 noMQtULP. ABB1TI8 nOHOLDMJ.
.Mar. 20 I Friday ipril 2
;A1m".S Tuewluy. . .April 13
.April 10 Friday April 23
.April 27 Tueaduy Muy 4
Betuming, will loavo Hilo nt 1 o'clock
P. M., touching at LaupnhuoUoe, Mnhu
konn nnd Knwaihne bulo dayj JMukomi.
Maalaca l!,.y aud Imhina ths Joliowinn
day; nrrivhig at Honolulu the aftornoons
of 'J uesday and Fridays.
Will call at Fohoiki, Pima.
CCTNo Freight will be leceived after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday at 5 p.m.;
wukuiuig m nuuuiui, niuin, unmoaand
Kipahulu, Maui. Beturniug arrive at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nun, Kanpo, on second trip
of each month.
CittNo Freight will bo recohed after
P. M. on day of sailing.
This Compnny wlll'roservos tho right to
uiu-u cuaufi mo uujo oi departure and
i arrival of its steamers wilhont hotico and
lit will not bo responBiblo for any conse
I qnences arising therefrom.
vousignnes must be at the Landings to
recoivo thoir Freight; this Company will
not hold itself responsible for freight after
it has been lunged.
Live Stock only at owner's risk.
This Company will not bo responsible
for' Money or Valuables of passengers
unless placed lu tho care of Pursers.
FaKseugers aro requested to purchase
tickets before oiubarkiug. Those failing to
do so will be subject to an additional
ehargo of twenty-live per cent.
Real Estatq Broker.
209 Merchant Street.
House nnd Lot, 75x1 o7 ft., on No. 71
Young street; parlor, 3 bedrooms, kitchen
Lot on Wilder avenue 100x300 ft,, fenced.
Lots ou Kiuan and 1'iikol btrtela.
Furnished Rooms within five minutes,'
walk from the Post Office. . Ao other
Rooms. ' '
Houbo on Reretania street, near Pilkoi
street j 4 rooms, dininq loom, kitchen, bath
room and an empty lot to keep a horse.
House on Scnool street; parlor, several
bedrooms, kitchen, puutvy, outhouses and
stable formerly occupied by Ron. W. U.
Savings : Bank
Notice is boroby givon to Dopo
Bitors iu tbo Savings Department
of Glaus Spreckels it Co.'s Bank,
Unit on nnd lifter April, 1, 1897,
all interest on tboir deposits will
Savings Depositors mny witb
druw tbeir.accounts without giv
ing proviouB notice, or they may
loavo same in our Bank on call.
Glaus SritEOKELB & Co.
Honolulu, Fob. 17, 1897.
- I I III I f I t
Paper Hanger and Decorator
Island Orders attonded to with dispatch'.
All work carefully and promptly ex
ecuted. nrOKFlcKi Smith sticet,wilhSamuel
Kuholo'okalaui Pua. Itesldoncet Pulama.
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