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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 28, 1897.
SCHOONER VIKING ARRIVES
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From New York:
x Nails, Handles,
x Ax, Pick,
Shovels, Axes, ' Hoe, Etc.,
Hinges, Lawn Mowers,
Paper Bags, Axle Grease,
And many other articles that we have a steady demand
for, and which wo offer to you at very low prices.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Corner Fort and King Streets.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
The undorBJgnfid will soil Through Tickets from HONOLULU
to NEW YORK and INTERMEDIATE POINTS at specially
reduced rates per " AUSTRALIA " leaving thig port JULY 28TII
ONLY, and arriving at San Francisco August 4th. THESE
THROUGH TICKETS GOOD ONLY TO LEAVE SAN FRAN
CISCO FOR EASTERN POTNTS ON AUGUST BTH AND
CEICAGO, First Class, $100.00
NEW YORK, " 116.00
ST. LOUIS, " 98.00
KANSAS CITY, " 97.50
ST. PAUL, " 101.75
ftST For further information ns to rates, etc, apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO.,
General, Agents Oceanic Steamship Co.
P. Ot Box ISO.
8. W. LEDEJtUR,
r-Sold Olioap for Cash "a
$" 1 richest Cash Prico paid for Second-hand Funiituru
at tho 1 X Jj, corner King and Nuuunu HtrcotH.
Corner King and Nun
Hlllf H. F. GLADE IN FBOM BltE
Arrlvnl mt the Bnudny Fleet -Mnrlme
Dieaater-Other Marin Heme Uth
ered Alonirehore Today.
Liner Mauna Loa to Kona to
Tho U 8 S Philadelphia is tak
ing ou six hundred tons of coal.
Tho steamers Iwalani and Lo
hua aro iu the Bono Yard.
The barkontine Katio FHckincor
is discharging coal at Kahului.
Tho foundation is boing laid
for the now warehouso on tho site
of tho old Fishmarkot.
Tho stoamers Claudino from
Maui aud W G Hall from Kauai
brought sugar and passengers in
Tomorrow, high tidn largo 3:02
pm;high tidesmall 2:00 a m; low
tide large 7:05 a m; low tide small
10:10 p m.
Tho stoamer Noeau having boon
cleaned on the Marine Railway,
leaves for Kukuihaelo tomorrow
with a load of fertilizer.
Tho Gorman ship H F Glado
with a general cargo consigned to
Hackfeld & Company arrives late
this afternoon from Bremen via
The brigLurline, McLeod mast
or, fourteen days from San Fran
cisco arrived at Kahului on the
18th with general merchandize
nuil five passengers. Siie returned
to tho Coast with a cargo of sugar
Tho American schooner Viking,
140 tons burthen, Joseph Peterson
mastor, 18 days from Washington
Island with 245 tons of guano, 3
bags of arrowroot and 3 bogs of
cocoanut shells, consigned by
Groig & Bicknell to J S Walker,
arrived in port about 7 o'clook
A press dispatch from New
York, dated July 5th, says: Mato
William Cox, Second Mate Harris
and fifteen seamen of tho Americ
an clipper ship Belle of Bath,
burned at sea June 18th arrived
today at tho Barbadoes. Tho
Belle of Bath sailed henco for
Hongkong with a cargo of oil on
Juno 2d. She was leaking then,
and as she proceeded the leak bo
camo bo bad that all bands were
kept busy pumping for eleven
days. Both watches were called to
man the two pumps on June 18,
wjjen firo broke out. Captain
Curtis know it would bo useless
to attompt to put out a firo on an
oil-laden ship and decided to
abandon hor. Half an hour aftor
tho crew left tho ship she blew up.
They sailed 150 milos to land.
From Kauai ports, per stmr W
G Hall, July 25 - S W Wilcox
aud wife, W H Rico and wife, A
Rice, Jub Cowan, wife aud 5 chil
dren, O H Bishop aud wife. MiBB
13 Bishop, GKEwart, Jr, Dr Der
by and wife, D W James, K Ka
wamoto, F H K Murphy, J W
Girvin, Miss L Lindsay, Miss E
Wilcox, Miss M Wilcox, Mis H
Hopkins, Miss R H Green, Miss
Hardwiok, Mrs G R Ewart, Mrs
Archer, Mrs H N Wilcox, Mrs E
Silva, Mrs Kanehiwa, Miss M
Muller, Miss M Camaoho aud 02
From Maui ports, nor stmr G!au
diue, July 25 WHOomwpll,MiBs
A Smith, Mibs Ritehie, Miss E
Akoua, Mrs J H Nisbwitz and
uhild, Mrs Mi'r), A Louis&on, J K
Sounders, J K Kalatua, E Parker,
J no Puole, Miss E K Nawnhi.Mrs
O Gonaalves and son, Mrs .1 W
Kalua, Mies Agues Kalua, Liwai
JoRopli, Jas Kenupdy, A B Ken
nedy, Mrs J O Wilder aud child,
Mrs W K Hutchinson, 4 children
and HPrvaut, and 41 deck.
At 1'miiiii Xjuuro.
Tho usual band concert will be
given at Emma squaro this ovou
mg at 7:3U, with the followiug
Ovorture Morn, Noon and Nliiht....8unpo
Clarlouv: Solo Auluiun Leave Oarl
Mr. I). Nuone.
Beh-ptlon IIcio of Pn.lllle Haifa
Mulhal Walpuua, I.llco I'm I.ohua, Maul no
Bolo hy Mr D Moo,
Cornet Holo Klrt Love Neumann
Mr. Charlxt Kruutur.
Ke lection-Itoso of Bhlraa Kllenhnrg
March lU.liu on 1'nrnlo Mill
WolU-Jwtl) (llrla Vollkiueill
Bun uat, July 23.
8tmr J A Cummins, Senile, from 0hu
BtmrWuliucale, OreRory, from Kul ports.
Stmr Ciaudlnc, Cameron, from porta on
Stmr W O llall, Uagland, from porta on
Stmr Helcnc, Freeman, from Hawaii porta.
Moniiat, July 20.
Am schr Vlklnjf, rctcrson, from Washing
Gcr ship II F Glade, from Liverpool.
Sum dat, July 25.
Am bk Colorado. Morlnc, for ltoyal Uoads,
Am l)kMatllda,McKcti7.le, for I'ort Blakely.
Monday, July 20.
Stmr Kaala, Moshcr, for Kahuku and
Stmr Janice Makrc, Tullett, for Knpaa.
Stmr Kacna, Parker, for Wolalua, Oaliu.
Stmr Kcauhou, Thompson, for Uanamaulu,
Stmr J A Cummins, flunrlc, for Oahu
VESSELS LEAVINO TOMOMIOW.
Stmr Mauna Lou, Slmcrson, for Maul and
Stmr Noeau, Peterson, for Lalialna, ilo
nokua, and Kukuihaelo.
Stmr Walalealc, Gregory, for Lahatna.
StmrMokolll, Dennett, for Molokal, Maul
Stmr Claudlue, Cameron, for ports on
Maul, at 5 p in.
Miss stmr Morning Star, Bray, for South
Ex stmr Clamllne 8951 bags sugar, 270
bags potatoes, 5'J hogs, 0.1 hides and 75 pkgs
Ex stmr W G llall -3Jl.ri8 bags sugar, 0 bdls
green hides, 9 hill goat skins, ISO sheep.
Ex stmr Walalealc 5111 bigs paddy.
Ex stmr Helene II.UUU bags sugar.
Ex schr VlUng 245 tons guano, 8 bags
arrow rout and .'I luga coenauut shells from
Grclg .fc Hlcknell to J S Walker.
VKSHKI.d IN POUT.
UBS Marlon. Book, Ban Diego, March 13.
UBS Philadelphia, Cotton, Ban Ulcgo, April
II 1 J M S Kanliva Kan, Kurooka, Japan,
II B M B Penguin, Field, FIJI.
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
Am schr Louis, Hatch, Newcastle.
Am bk Albert, Grllllths, S F.
Am bk Ohas B Kenny, Anderson, New
castle. Haw bk nimnond Head, Ward, Port Blakely.
Haw bk Iolanl, McUlure, New York.
Am bktn (J C Funk, Challeston, Newcastle.
Am ship Mary L Gushing, Pendleton, Hong
Am ship Itoanokc, Hamilton, Yokohama.
Am bktn Irmgard, Schmidt, S F
Br ship Brenhllda, Baxter, Liverpool.
Am bilgt W (i Irwin, Williams, Han Fran
cisco. OSS Australia, Houdtette, San Francisco.
Haw bk It P Rllhet, Thompson, 8 F.
FOIIKIUN VKSSKI.S EXPECTED.
Am bk Ceylon.., Seattle July
Am bktn Echo....Puget tionnd July
Am schr Esther ll'iline... .Eureka.. ..July
Am bktn Kllkltat Pt Gamble ...July
Am schr Louisiana. ...Pugct Bound. .July
Am schr Hobert Beurles Puget Sound. July
Am bk Annie Johnson (Hllo).. B F...July
Am bktn S O Wilder S F Jaly
Am schr Aloha BF July
Am bktn W II Ulmond ....S F July
llnw bk Ai.drcw Welch ....S F July
Am bk Frt'BUo.... Pugit tfouud Aug
Am bktn Jane L Stanford. NewcastlcAug
Br bk Woolvhra... .Newcastle Aug
Am schr Aloha S F Aug
The Japanese reporter makes
about as much money as tho Japa
nese policeman that is, $G a
mouth. In Tokio some of them
makn more, aud iu the smaller
towns they raaku as little as fez a
mouth, but 80 is a fair averago.
They aro uot sent out on regular
assignments, as a rule, but are
giveu a roving commission, lue
oditor tolls them to get news and
thoy nnvor return empty-handed.
A good news - gatherer is rare
amonfj them, but the "faker" i&
plentiful enough aud really clever.
Inturviowing hardly can bo
said to be popular. The peoplo
do not understand it and do not
like it. Japan is csoteriu aud
doesn't toll what it knows if it can
help itself. Still, there aro inter
viows inj Japanese papers. Politi
cians have tlionisolveB interviewed
occasionally, and distinguished
"globe trottors" usually submit.
New York Post.
Meohanics1 Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuunu streets, lodging by
day, woek or month, 'forms: 25
and 50 conts per night. $1, and
81.25 por week.
Our work is bottor and our
pricoo nro lower for enlarged
portrait work than anyouo else's.
Wo nro uot making much at it,
but dou't lot that worry you. It
you havo anything iu this lino to
bo dono see our sainploB first,
nnd you won't rogrot it. King
Bros., 110 Uotol street.
JMUtin, 76 cents
Now located at Fort ant) Beretaula
Streets, Wurlng Btook.
Now prepared to do
In the Latest Styles.
Cabinets, $1.50 Per Half Dozen
CRAYON AND WATERCOLORS
Neatly framed from $5.00 upward.
ET A complete lino of Friimo
Mouldings at reasonable prices.
ClUilr, (U fl.,L
Aro given FREE.
X5T One neat Mantel Frame given
awuy with each dozen Cabinets.
Block, Fort and Beiptnnla
Most anything will go down
our throats, excepting the
about the exclusive batter's
fivo-dollar hat being better
than ours at two fifty,
because his namo iB inside.
If we could put old heads on young
shoulders, there'd bo but one Btore
in town scllinc clothes for little
fellows. It takes an old head to
know what's best in clothes.
Today's offerings are a study
: Wayerley Block
9 Hotel Street
Agents for Br. Drlmel's Linen-Mesh
Underwear. 8etnl for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
I will Nell at tHihllo Bale on SEP
TEM1IER 29, 1897, It not ooner dU-
Sosed of at private sle, all of the
Itilldlng known as "Independence
Park Pavilion." If bo le-irel by In
tending purchasers the large Dlulug'
room tuav bt sold separately liom tbe
Main Building. Alao, at the same
time and place 12 doz Folding Chairs,
Tables, WasiiHlun s, Water Pipes,
etc. Trm: $100 or under, cash;
over S100, ca-h or 00 days with kiioiI
approv. it notes drawing 8 percent" In
terest Tbe above buildings anil ma
teiiaifl to bo removed within 30 day
from date of tale. The premises will
at all times be open for lu-pentlon.
657 lm J. N. WRIGHT.
Woman's Exchange Old Stand.
pirst Glass Ieals, - - 25c
New Cooks and New Waiters,
New Furniture and Dishes.
A. W. SEA.BURY,
City Feed Store
L. H. DEE & CO.,
ISoretatiln k PuuohUowl Streets.
Al Hay, Grain and Feed
Ot all Kind.
Fine New Zealand Potatoes
Always on Hand.
Borclnim Booil, Alfalfa Seed,
Book BMt, Eto , Eto
Corner King anil Alakeu Streets,
Honolulu, IT. I.
Mrs. A, Stineftcn Proprietress,
Floon Knxiilto ami Rlnclo, with
ll'iiinl, from fft r0 per week, arteonliiifr
to NXllllrHIH'llU o( tho ItllUHtB.
Tim only Hnof l'ronuMiinle flanlen
In Mi., itllv. 1112 J. OAVUNAU11.
Toleiihouo 031. I J MnuagM.
MANUFAOTUKKD 11Y THK
Oliver Bros.' Plow Work
These, through good service
nnd effective work on SUGAR
and RICE PLANTATIONS,
nnd elsewhere, have made for
themselves a good reputation.
Reports from our customers
show perfect satisfactioirgiven
in scouHng, light draft and in
We now prosent to tho pub
lic a full line, as follows:
Sizes: 5 to 10 Inches.
Made for light cultivation
nnd all ordinary use and by a
systematic system of bracing
these plows are both light and
Sizes: G, 8 nnd 10 Inches. For
Sizes: 12 and 14 Inches. For
breaking and heavy plowing.
' .. A ic' Ht
Theo. O. Porter and E. D. Tenney,
Exeoutnra of the will of M Qnldlierg,
decuised, liuvlny: II led tliflr UuhI ac
count In the Probate Court anil re
ceived their dlt-clinr(,'e, have assigned
all the uccoimtfl, notes, uecepUncea
anil property of the Bald M. Qoldberg,
ili'ceaspd, to Mr. Iila Land-borg, of
Cleveland, Ohio, hoIo devli-ee uudor
the will of the pnld M Goldberg, de
ceased, and tho mild Ida IiuudHuerK
has given the undersigned a full
power of attorney to colleut all debts
duo aald ostate, therefore payment Is
hereby demanded ftom all jiemoun
owliiR nald fH title.
lly her Attornev licfaot,
UO'Ji Merulmiil htieel.
July IS, lb07, O-'il'U
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