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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 10, 1897.
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2KL G- SICVA,
CITY FRONT NEWS
JlilHE VESSELS ARRIVED FROM
The Hark H. I. Rllltet off Port
Mnnjr liilereatltiK Marine
Item of Today.
Ono closortor from tbo Susque
hanna is reported.
Tbo Miknlinln will sail for tlio
Garden Islo on Wednosday.
The schoonor W H Tnlbot will
go on tlio Murine Railway this
The brigiintino W G Irwin nr
rived,yesterday, 15A duys from tbo
A battalion from tbo U8S war
vessels will lund tomorrow morn
ing fur drill.
Tbo schooner Wm Bowdeu is
rendy for sen. Sho will likoly
sail for the Coast tomorrow.
Tlio schooner Olga and barkon
tino Mary Winkolman have sailed
from Kahului for Ban Francisco.
Tbo bark It P Ritbot was sight
ed this morning, but bad not
rounded Diamond Head at 2
Tomorrow, high tide largell:50
pm; high tide small 0:34 a m; low
tide largo 5:54 a m; lowtidesmall
6:00 p m.
Tbo schooner Mary Dodgo from
Sau Francisco aud tbo schooner
Ottilic Fjord from Ilouduras have
arrived at Kahului.
Tlio rnarino who assaulted an
other in the ranks last week was
being tried aboard tbo U S S
Philadelphia by court martial to
day. Dick Mossmau, tbo "whisporor,"
is again at work on the water
front, having been laid up a
couple of weeks with rheuma
tism. The barkontinoIrnifar4 arrived
this forenoon, 15 days from Shu
Francisco. Sho brought about
700 tons of freight. F A Schaefor
fc Co aro the agents. A small
steamboat for Obas Gay was
brought down on deck. The
steamboat is fitted with a gas en
gine, and is said to havo a speed
of ten or twelve knots. Sho will
bo run between Niihau and Wai
Tile Vessel Foundered.
Mention was made in this pa
per a few days ago of the ship
Samaria being overdue at Sau
Francisco from Seattle. By the
S S City of Peking, Mr Piltss, a
purser in the Inter-Island S S
(Jo, received a note from Sau
Francisco saying that the vessel
had foundered off Capo Flattery
in a heavy gale, and that his
brothor, who was an officer, was
ono of the saved. Previous to the
arrival at Astoria of the survivors
of the wreck, wreckage bearing
the namo Samaria hnd been pick
ed up by vessols off the Coast.
Captain McRae aud wife, and per
haps children, wore lost. The
note received by Mr Piltz was
very brief aud evidently writton
in a hurry. Tho latest San Fran
cisco pnpors recoived hero con
tain nothing about tho landing of
mu BuiTivuru, bo ii is iiKoiy me
news was wired just beforo the
steamer for Honolulu sailed.
Captain McRae aud wife had
friends in Honolulu, who are
griuved at their loss.
The administration of the Bu
reau Voritas has just published
the List of Maritime Disasters,
roported during the mouth of
February, 1897, concerning all
ilags. lu this publication tbo fol
lowing sailing vessels aro roport
ed lost: 9 American, 8 British, 4
Danish, 0 French, 2 Gorman, 1
Nicaroguau, 10 Norwegian, 1
Swedish. Total, 41. In thiB num
ber are included G vessels roport
ed missing. Steamers reported lost:
11 British, 1 Danish, 1 Fronch, 2
1 SwedishTotal, 20. In this num
ber aro included !i stoaraorB re
ported missing, Causes of losses.
Sailing vessels: Stranding 18,
collision 2, lire 1, foundered 1,
abandoned G, condemned G, mis
sing G. Total, 41, Stoamors:
Stranding 13, collision 1, founder
ed 1, condemned 2, missing 3.
Total 20. S F Com Nows.
From San Francisco, nnr lirint.
I Wm G Irwn, May 9 R Darin.
From Kauai, per stmr W G
Hall, May 0 Tim Sing and 50
From Maui, por stmr Olaudino,
May 9 Thomas Brown and wife,
Miss Brown, jMi'sb Robinson, G
Wilbur, R T Wilbur, Jr, Mrs A
F Andorson and throo children,
W H Lambert, Captain Fitzgerald,
W Starbird, S Starbird, W L
Stanloy, F H Wheelan, J B Ka
namu, wife and two children, Mrs
Kahalo and child, Mi'bb M Kulio
pailani, Y Amoy, W H Coruwell,
A Salmon, W E Rowell, Mrs
Larson, J A McCandlcBS aud G5
SATi'nmv, May 8.
Sclir Mot Walilne, from Haiiiakuu.
Btinr Leliun, Nye, from Hauullund Maul.
8tror J A Cummins, Senile, lrum 0-ihu
Sunday, May U.
Sclir Luka, from Pnnullo.
Schr Kntilkcnoull, from l'naiillo.
Stmr Kaala, Moslicr, from Oaliu porta.
Stmr Mlkaha'a, Thompson, from Kou.it.
Stmr V U Hall, Haglund, from ports on
Stmr Claudlnc, Cameron, from porta on
Am brlgt V O Irwin, Williams, fiom Pan
Moniiat, May 10.
Am 1)1; tn Irmgard, Sclimldt.from San Fran
Mondat, May lu.
Btrar Nocau, Peterson, for Knloa.
Stmr James Makcc, Tulletl, for KapAa.
Stmr J A Cummins, Searle, for Oubu
Stmr Kacna, Wilson, for Watalua ports.
VESSELS LEAVINQ TOMOIIUOW.
Stmr Ctnuillnc, Cameron, for Mnul.
Stmr W (1 Hall, Haglund, for Kauat ports.
Stmr Kaala, Moilicr, for Kahuku and
Stmr Mokollt, Bennett, forMolokal, Maul
Stmr Walalcalc, I'arkcr, for Kllauca, Ka
CARGOES FllOM ISLAND FORTS.
Ex stmr Mlkuhala 5G00 bags sugar.
Ex stmr J A Cummins 1350 bona sugar.
Ex stmr Kuala 1351) bags sugar, 40 bags
Ex stmr W O Hall Sol? bags sugar, 8 bdls
bides, Ii cows, 0 calves, 1 borsu, 1 mule, G8
Ex stmr Claudlnc 7525 lings sugar, P07
bags potatoes, 5u bags com, -0 bogs, 4
borscs, 73 pkgs sundries, 16 bides.
FOllEION VF8SELS EXPECTED.
Vessels Where trom Duo
Sclir Louis Newcastle
Sclir Novelty Newcastle
Am sblplteapcr... Newcastle
Sclir (iolden ahoiu. ..Newcastle
Sclir Ecbo Ne wcast le
Haw bk IolanI New York .... Muy 31
Hk Nuuanu New York
Am bktu Amelia, I'ugct Sound,....
S S Amarupoora,....l'ucet Sound
Am bkCelon, Puisct Sound
Am bk Fresno, 1'ugct Sound
Unship 11 FUlade llrelne July SI
8 S Miuwera Vancouver May It!
S3 Doric 8 F May 18
8 8 1'eru Yokohama May 2.i
8 8 Wurrlmoo Sydney May 24
S 8 Australia 3F May 25
8 8 Mariposa Colonies May 27
Ilk Colorado Newcastle
Ilk Mauua Al.i Neweubtle
ItuwbkK I' ltltbet....8F Due
Hkt ii Eiir-eneda New ca t le Due
Ilk Helen Denny ... Newcastle
Ship Louolaiia Newcistlo
Ilk Clias 11 Kciiuv...Ncwcuilu
KILOIIANA Altr I.mOVK.
I.urtffl Aiidletirn at tlin ,1lniuicrlit
ltrcltnl oTIlio Kliialciil lirclv.
The rooms of tbo Kilohana Art
League were taxed to their utmost
on Saturday evening by tbo largo
audience wbioh gathered to hear
tho first manuscript recital of tho
Musical Circle of the League. Tho
hall and stugo were nicely decor
ated for the occasion.
The program rendered has al
ready appeared in these columns,
and it is sufficient to say that tho
compositions presented by tbo
amatour musicians of tho Musical
Oirclo wore highly appreciated by
the audience, judging from tho
enthusiastic applause and numer
ous floral tributes tondered tho
Tho decorations under direction
of Mrs. W. M. Graham wore in
fine artistic tuste of design and
Devotion lor Leper.
Mrs. Sarah J. Hutchinson, who
two yoars ago offered hor services
to uurso lepers ou Molokaf, has
Sotitioned tho San Francisco
oard of Health for leave to take
care of tho leperi in tlje pest
house of that city. Sinco hor
visit to these islands sho has been
at tbo Marquesas Islauds. Mrs,
Hutchinson is u member of tbo
Holiness church of Los Angeles
and offers her Borviooa to tho suf
ferers without pay.
CHINESE DOES KNIFING
NT.IUS TWO MEN WHO THIRD TU
STOP A PICWT.
Limn to Titliitlau I'rliieo-Soelnl. l'o-
llco and tUilpplug Ilema
Lim Cheong, a Chinaman, ia
under arrest for assault with a
deadly weapon on two follow
countrymon nt Kaououlu, Kula.
On Thursday last, while Lim
Ohooug and auothor Chiuaman,
Loo Kau, woro figbting in a pit
under an old shed, foug Kuug
and Sam Yau heard the quarrol
aud went to separate the two
combatants. While they wuro
attempting to do so, Lim Cheong
drow a knife and stabbed Toug
Kung on tho left shoulder bhido,
and inflicted a .similur wound on
Sam Yau. Tho former is. thought
bo in a precarious condition, while
tho latter is not seriously hurt.
Lim Cheong is detained in Maka
wao jail pending tho condition of
tho injured men. Tho last roports
aro that their injuries aro not so
serious as was at first supposed.
On Friday last W. H. Coruwoll
gave a big luau in tho famous
Iao valley in honor of tboTahitian
prince who is visiting Maui. A
great number of Wailuku and
Waikapu people wero invited aud
spent a very pleasant afternoon.
Victor's morry go-round and
phonograph combination is now
in Wailuku and will show thioo
nights each week, being tbo first
steam merry-go rouud that has
visited Maui. Mr. Victor expects
Dog catching is now in full
swing on Muui, large numbers uro
being destroyed by tho officers in
Makawao and Wailuku, and a
number of luaus to evudo dog
taxos have taken place.
Tbo new Government carringe
road between Lahaina and Mania
ea Bay is progressing, rapidly,
and tho supervisor, Uoinuiodoto
Quill, is in hopes of getting it
through by the 4th of July to en
able Lahaina sports to drive to
tho races at Kahului, which will
bo a great luxury, as heretofore it
has been a matter of.fivo boms'
scorching sun across an ugly
Attorney Stanley is in Wailuku
on business aud has been taking
in the principal points of iutorest
during his spare time Mr.
Stanley is tho guest of judge Ka
lua. Tho port of Kahului is quito
liyely at present. Tho big ship
Dalcairnie, Mary Winkelman,
Mary Dodgo aud schooner Ottilio
Fjord, are all loading and dis
charging at the same time. Tbo
Olaudino looks like a steam
launch alongside the Dalcairnie.
G. Silva, a colored Portuguese,
deserted from the Dalcairnie on
Mouday last and was caught by
officers in Wailuku tbo same day.
Uncertainties and n Cerliil.itT.
Tbo attention of the public is
now fully occupied ami diverted
in tho consideration and discus
sion of several important current
aud prospective happenings. An
nexation, as yet unsecure, Re
ciprocity threatened; tbo opining
of the Nnniwa, and her mission
after arrival; tho outcome of tlio
war between Groeco and Turkoy
and, whether or no, nil Europo
will eventually becomo involved;
tbo sottlomeut of the quarantine
squabble aro all themes of much
coujecturo and uncertainty, mid
whilo opinions aro freely offered,
none can accurately foretell tho
outcome of any of these matters.
Nevertheless, it is becoming more
apparent, as each day passes, that
Buffalo and Hoffbrau aro tho
favorito brows, and it is gratify
ing that assurance is givou Unit
rogular shipments of these wholo
somo and strengthening bovor
ages can bo doponded upon, and
that tli ay will, as heretofore, bo
dispensed at tho Royal, Pacific
and Cosmopolitan Saloons, and
that tho iutorohaugoablo check
system is an established fact.
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Boforo giving your order for a
Eortrait, seo what King Bros,
avo to show in crayon enlarge
ments and judge for yourself
whether they can givo you tho
best value for your money or
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