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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 05, 1897, Page 8, Image 8',
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EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL fi. 1897.
AT SEA AND IN POHT , SHIPPING mmUGfiHOE.
Grand Opening and
Closing Out Sale
'i hi: ovkiidiii: ntiiit m.mii.mm.i:
The Kaolin mi n !rulie-S. N. Oaello
Nailed oil Hnndny Sonic Glly
Temple of Fashion.
All Goods Remarked. A Genuine Reduction of
From 50 to 75 per cent
Come and inspect,
' Bffl. . SIKVA,
T AT THE
OIST TEDE A.OTTJAX. COST
"Will Positively be Given
and FANCY 6
cheaper than you ever bought
Is C3rv:o. for -tlxo
SOIL H2 purpose
of Olojsixxgr Out
FROM BUSINESS PERMANENTLY.
and you will surely buy before
MARKED in PLAIN FIGUR
before in Honolulu.
leaving the store.
Tlio bark Highland Light is
Tbo Mohican is unloading hor
freight at Brewer's wharf.
Tho 8 S Qaolio dopartod at day
break on Sunday morning.
Tho reported arrival of tho Ki
lauoa ilou n couplo of days ago
was an orror.
Tomorrow, high tide largo 0:48
p m; high tide small 5:20 am; low
tido largo 11:01 a m; low tido small
1:50 a in.
The Gorman bark Callno finish
,ed lonilitig sugar for Now York
this aftoruoon. She will sail on
or about Thursday.
Tho Amorican throo - masted
schooner Esther Buhno sailed on
Saturday for San Francisco. Hor
cargo consisted of (5911 bags
Tho 88 CiiL.nv immigrants, who
arrived in tho Gaelic, will likely
bo roleaBodattho ondof this weok.
Tho quarantine will bo up on
Tho bark Seminole, which ar
rivod this morning, was in a hurri
cane off Now Zealand on Jan 29.
Tho Sominolo brought 1900 tons
of coal, to order.
Tlierb is morn "kicking" about
tho bad odors from tho lower oud
of Oceunic dock and garbngo
dumping whatf uear Pacific Mail
dock. The health officials Rhnnlil
uttoud to those placos.
Captuiu Benuott is now com
minute r of tho Mokolii. ' Captain
Weisbarth is ou the Kilauea Hou
lor ouo trip, after which he will
return to tho Claudiuo as first
officer. Captain Weir will probab
ly luko the Kilanea Hou on hor
Mlioro Jlld Nho GT
Between five and six o'clock ou
Suturday evoniug, tho littlo stoatu
or Kaouu, loaded with coal and
provisions, quietly loft port. Cap
tain Macaulay tho pilot was in
command Ho took with him a
night glass and other navigating
instruments. No ouo on tho water
front seoms to know whoro tho
Kueiia has gouo, but it is known
lhat an opium vessel is about duo
from the Const, and tho steumor
is very likely after her.
After leaving tho harbor, tho
Kactin was seen to head in tho di
rection of Kauai.
It was rumored that a number
of armed men wore ahoaul tho
steamer when she. left tho wharf,
and that a boat with a squad of
policy, arniod from head to heel,
put out after it had become durk
to join thr stoaiuoroff port. Thoro
is no truth in tho stery about tho
police boat, but it is quite likely
that a few officers wero aboard tho
The Kiiena was sent out by tho
Customs authorities, but knowledge-
of where bhe went is being
kept a seen t.
Smiiliiolo In I'orl.
Early this morning, the Amer
ican bark Seminole, for which' a
little anvinty was felt, owing to
the length of timo since she had
Hailed from Newcastle, arrived
r.lio' Sominolo is 79 days from
NeweaHllo with a. full cargo of
coal, consigned to order. The
long pnasngo is accounted for by
the sevorn storms and hoad winds
which the bark encountered dur
inu tho first half of tho voyogo.
The vodsel is now anohoi'od in the
stream, and appears to bo in good
From Kauai ports, por stmr W
G Hall, ApuU SNukamura aud
six on deck.
From Maui, per stmr Claudiue,
April 4 .Mrs A E Dickey, GO
Lake, Mrs E Syl'va, James Morso,
wife and two children, J W Man
niug, wifo and two children, A F
Tavarea, D Kamahoa, Julia Wala
nika Loo .loo, Ah Hung, Ah Nou,
Ah Kiau.OW Dick.-y,W Schultze,
Mrs H Dickenson, A Hanneborg,
H A Heen, and 113 on deck.
For "San Francisco, por O & O
S S Gaelic, April 4 - - E A Jones.
J wifo utid children.
Satuiiiht, Apr '. 3.
Btmr Kaena, WII1011, from Walatua.
Humuat. April. 4.
Btmr Claudlne, Cameron, from ports on
Stmr W O Hall, IUkIuikI, from ports on
Monday, April. 5.
Am hk Seminole, Weedon, from Xow-
BATCnMAT, April J.
Btitlr Kaena, Macaulny, for a cruise.
Am ichr Ettlicr Uuhnc, Andersen, for San
8UNDAT, April. 4.
Am achr John D Tallant, Hoflland, for l'u
II r bk Itoutcnlcck, Kodfccrs, for Chill.
8 8 Gaelic, Finch, for 8au Francico.
Monday, April. 5.
Nor bk Fantasl, Andersen, for l'uijot
Stmr Kaala, Mother, fur Onlut port.
Stmr Unmet. Mokcc, Tullelt, for Iii)iaa
Stmr Kauai, llruhu, for .ttakautll, Walir n
Stmr.Mlkahala, Thompson, forl.nlialiia.
Stmr Mokolii, Dennett, for Molokal, Matil
Stmr Wnlalcale, Tarkcr, for Kllauca, Kall
lilwil and Ilinalcl
VESSELS LEAVING TOMOItltOW.
Stmr W 0 Hall. Hai;lund, for Nawlllnill,
Ha .i..i,. r-lnn KtiflHnnd llnunp.'p"
Stmr Claudlne, Cameron, for Maul.
Btmr Kluau, Clutkc, for Maul and Ha
waii. OAItaOES FROM I8UA.ND TOHTS.
Ex etmr Kaena S6d bga unr.
Kx Btmr J A Ciimmlm UiK) b.ig uc;ar.
Ex stmr Juiucs Makec-!it uae;8 lunar, 1
Kxalmr WOIIall-0.74 bajjs Bimar, 40
lmj brau, 10 bR rice 33 bdl hldif, 1 cow,
51 pkRg sundries.
Kx atmrOlaudinc I0.CS0 lnir funr, 16H
bn polatiH-it.Td lup; corn, '.i homfi., 0. Iioirn.
lsu pktiB sundilea
VKSHU.j is l-OKl
Wild Swnu, Napier, Victoria,
II 11 M S
I tJ 8 S Marlon, Orccno, San Dlven, March l j
iCuuAtera nut included In tulr list. j
Am ship W F Babcotk, Oraham, 3 F,
Am lk Highland I.lL'lit, I.ewln, Diiurluro
I Haw bk nuinond Head, Ward, I'l llUUly,
Am bk Matilda, McKenzlc, 1'ort Ulaktly,
Mai eh 20.
Am rolts Btmr Mornlup; Star, Uarland, liuk.
Am thlp Oco Curtis, 8proul, NaRasakl,
S 8 Australia, lloudlctte, S F, Mar 30
Am bhlp Luzon, Park, Shanghai, Mar 83.
Haw bk Kosallc, Nisscn.Chemalmus, Feb 31.
Bk Cullao, Kostcr, New castle, Feb 18.
Am bk Mohican, Saunders, A F, April 3.
Am bk Hemlnnle, Wci-don, Newcastle, Apr 5.
FOllEtON VFSSELS EXPECTED.
Vessels Where trora Ouo
Am ship Iroquois rt V
NIc bk Dominion, ....Newcastle Due
Oer bk I'aul henberi;... .Liverpool l)ui
Bchr Louis Newcastle
Bk Newsboy Newcastle
Hchr Nnvclly Newcastle
Ilk Fortuna Newiatle Apr 0
Schr Golden Ahore. .. Newcastle
ficlir heho NencnMle
Haw bk Iolanl New York .... May ,11
ik'lir Olpi Nuwcastle Mural
Uk Nuuanu Nw York
Schr H'm Bonden.. ..Newcftjlle. ..April
Am rfclir Oceania Vance,.. Newcastle, Apr
Am bktn W It I)lmond,..8 F
fehr W II ralbiit... Newcastle Apr ;W
Ani chr Alice Cook... l'ujjet Sound. ...duo
Am bk Albert a F
Am bk Allien Besse rt F
Am bktn Mary.. ..Wlnkclmau.... Newcastle
SS Coptic SK Apr 8
8 8 Mariposa tf F Apr 8
dSWammoo Victoria. Apr 111
S 8 ltto Janeiro 8 F Apr 17
SoAuslralia SK Apr 37
HA Doric Yokol'iunn At UH
Ai Min'TWA 6dney ....Air'wM
rtArxmili .. ..Sydney Ap't )
FULCilKH-At Olaa, Volcano ltoad, on
Monday, March 3D, lb'jr, to the wife or
V. M. Fulcher, u kon
KAMAIv V At Kunawul, Honolulu, April ,
8j7, to the wife ot John Kamakuokuhnl,
BKYANr-Inthlsrlty, April 3, 1807, to the
wlfiof E .1 (J Ilrniit ofKlhuca.Kiiuil,
1 iou '
I'l Alluullc Koiiti.
Montreal, March 21. AV. Peter
son of England, who is connected
with largo English shipping in
terests, has signed a provisional
contract with tho Canadian Gov
ernment for a fast traus-atlantio
steamship sorvico of four' boats of
10,000 tons each, to bo ready in
two years and to steam over twen
ty kuots por hour. The subsidy
to bo paid by Canada is uaid to bo
S500.000 per year and tho British
Oovernment, it i- iiiidtMctowl, i
ready to contributo S2CO,000 por
year in addition.
Berlin, March 22. It is report
ed that a syndicate with a capital
of 100,000,000 marks has uudor
tukeu to employ Horr Krupp, too
groat guntnakor, to build tho war
ships which tho lloiohstag re
fuses, aud that they will bo placed
at tho disposal of the Govornmont
when tho Reichstag, from timo to
lime, votes tho money for thorn in
Vnlnablo Businoas Properly on
Nuuanu streot, bringing a good
Several Lots near .Punchbowl
and at Makiki, tho Choicest Eosi
denco Proporty in tho city. A
perfect view from Diumond Hoad
to Ewa, Honolulu and Harbor.
Four Houses and Lots on Punch
bowl streot, only fivo minutes
walk from tho Post Office.
We also havo Comfortable
Housos for Balo on oasy torms si
tuated on tho following streots;
Lunalilo, Kinuu, Kukui, Has
singer, Berotitnia, Young, Vic
toria, Green, Thurston Avenue,
Punuhnu, Lilihu and Nuuanu. .
Building Lt in all parts tof tho
city on the instalment plan.
Sovoral woll'ostublishod Lodg
Coffoo Lands on Hawaii and a
Pinenpplo Bunch with limo and
other fruit trees near Honolulu.
210 King Street nnd 207 Mer
L. C. AWes 4 Co. A.V. Gear&Co.
Olllce 207 .Merchant 8 1. Ottlce 311) King St.
general Business Agents
Loans Negotiated and Cdllcctloiia
Stocks Bought and Sold.
Books Audited and Accounts Adjueted,
BIIIb Baught andNotas
niscountBd, ' ,
1 Fife and Life Insurance Ageqt
L.tKttIV,t., i .