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15VKN1N0 BULLETIN, AUGUST 11, 1897,
ONLY FOUND ON THE
Removal Notice I .
The City Furniture Store
Havo removed from tho Old Stand, corner Fort and Bere
tania Street, to tbo
Hove Building, Fort Street.
E3T Tho UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT is
K, fully equipped with all the Latest Facilities in its line.
II II. WILLIAMS, Manager,
Undertaker and Embalmer.
jL'i ' Residence; King street, nenr Rich I
L arils. Telephone No. 849.
From !New York:
Hinges, Lawn Mowers,
Paper Bags, Axle Grease,
P Aud many other articles
for, and which wo offer to you
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Corner Fort and King Streets.
'," t, CiUoxJSO.
B. W. LEDERElt,
C9A- Sold Cheap
1 teST liighesl Uasli I'nce
1:, at tbo I X L, corner King und
Office: Love Building. Telephone
that wo have a steady demand
at very low prices.
Corner Kinr; nnd Nan
for Gash "fefl
paid lor dccowMianu Jr urmture
OUR' LINER COMES
Till: CHINA HAKKH A HMAHT PAN.
NAK TO rOHT.
Hnrktntliic B.U. Wilder lr-CapUln
nrew TakM Tuvntlon-t'ammlus
In-Porclsn Shipping ltmi.
Tbo U 8 8 Bonniugton arrived
tit San Diego Aug 1.
H IJ iM Hiyoi loft for Yoko
hatna at sevou o'clock this morn
Tho Adam W Spioa cleared
from Now York July 20 for this
Tbo Bchoouor Aloha sailed from
San FrauoiBco for this port Aug
Tbo Bcboonor II 0 Wright Hail
ed from Snu Francisco for Knhn
lui Aug 3.
The schooner 0 A Thayer
thence from tliis port arrived at
Eureka July 25.
The bark Ceylon with 902 tone
of Irwin & Go's sugar valued at
.?f7,232 loft yesterday.
The 0 8 SBelgic, C days and 11
hours from tbis port arrived iu
San Francisco Aug 3.
The schooner Robert Lowers
paBHod Tatoosli July 31, Port
Gam bio for Honolulu.
Captain Field of H B M S
Feuguiu is now the ranking rep
resentative of Great Britain at this
Tho bark 0 D Bryant will dia
cburgo her 1400 tons of Laystin
Island guano at tbo Railway
Tomorrow, high tide largo 3:58
p m;higb tide small 3:45 a m; low
tido large 8:50 a m; low tide small
10:50 p m.
The ship Commodore is loading
sugar at the O II & L Co's dock
today and will move over to
Oceanic wharf tomorrow.
The eteamor Eilauoa Hou took
100 tons of coal to Paauhau plan
tution toduy aud some passengers
for tlifi Leper settlement.
Tho latest charters in San Fran
cisco ate tbo Bchoouor John G
North to Honoipo and the bark
tine Archer to Houolulu.
The barkentine W H Dimond
oarried 9317 bags sugar aud rice
and 185 barrels of whiskey away
yestorday to San Francisco valued
Tho bnrkontine 8 Q Wilder
sailed this afternoon for Snu
Francisco with 10,352 bags sugar
shipped by tho, Combination
Agencies valued at 805,124.
Captain Drew of the bark An
drew Welch will tako a trip East
on bis return to San Francisco
and tho first officer of bark R P
Ritbet will tako command during
Purser Thoma3 Smith, who was
nine years in the Mariposa, hav
ing returned from a visit to his
parents iu Ireland, has been as
signed to act as purser in the
E B Sutton, Bhip from Hono
lulu for Philadelphia, at Dela
ware Break wator July 7 encount
ered a severe hurricane on May 9
while rounding Capo Horn and
had cabin flooded and a quautity
of stores destroyed, one. seaman
was washed overboard and drown
ed. Com News.
Tbo Hawaiian liner China,
commander Seabury, 5 days and
20 hours from San Francisco,
docked at the Mail wharf at 10
o'clock tbis morniiif. Tier courte
ous purser Mr. Briokwedel reports
a most pleasant voyage, lots of
notabilities on board and a gouor
id good time. Tho China leaves
for Yokohama tomorrow ufternoon
after getting her permanent
From San Francisco, per bark
Martha Davis, Aug 190 A Gra
ham, E P Sullivan, Mr Sbutt and
Miss E Friis.
From San Francisco, per1 P M
S Ohinn. Ant? Ht Tjinnt P An
drows, UBN; Hon 8 M Damon,
S AKramer, Lieut T S llodgers,
i n r; iur u. i Alien, iur uco ii
Faw, Col G W Mnoforlano, Hoar
A.h. .i! Millar, r a v. m it
Oooko, Miss J J en u lugs, Mr J L
For Kauai, nor stinr Mikuhnlu,
Aug 10 .Mrs Robinson. A Robin-
eon, U Gay, Minn Guy, F Guy, Mr
ivusbie auu Anna liualou.
For Hawaii, i r nlinr Kllaucu
1 loti, Aug ll--Fntlipr l'uiiiphilr,
Fullior Tlioman, Father Muthian.
Ohas Wilcox. O B Reynolds nnd
Boino lopors for Kalnupnpn.
For Knuni, nor elmr W G Hall,
Aug 10 Mra II Isenbors, A Mo
Brydo, W P Whitley, Miss Lay
ean, E Ilutohinson, Z MoKoaguo
aud wife, Miss Lahapa Kaloinia
kali, 8 M Ballou, M Braech, Miss
Smith, W L Stanloy, Miss Foun
tain, Mrs Sohlemmor aud child
ron, MiBS Minna Bourke, G R
Harrison, O M Cooko, B L Marx,
Father Sylvoator aud 30 on deck.
Wed.nksdat, Auk U
A S Clilna. Seabury, from Snn Frnnclf co.
Stmr J A Cummins, Senile, from Oaliu
Wcdnksiut, Aug II.
Pltnr Kllmica linn, WVIr, for Olownlu slid
Stmr Itclcnc. Freeman, for Mahukon,Liiii.
puhiielmu, llonulilim, llnknlnu, llouomu, Oo
kaln, l'oliakuiunmi uinl I'vckno.
II IJ M 8 llljcl, Wyemura NaRayorkl, for
llkln S Q Wilder, McNeill, for San Fran
cisco. VES8ELS LEAVINQ TOMORUOW.
Strar Nocau, I'eterton, for Lahalna, Ho
nokan, anil Kukiilliacle, at II a m
S S Clilnn, Seabury, for Clilna and Japan
at 4 p in.
Per bktn Wilder 10,853 baR 8UBar.(!,035,.
601 Miuud-) vmIiw $Vi,u. enlpped ly F A
elicferA- C", T II Dnvlea it Co Ud. C
Brewer t Co Lid and Caallc & Cooko Ltd.
Per bktn Dimond "017 bags suijar SltO
bam rice and 185 barrels wblslcuy alilppecl by
II A Wldtinaiin, Irwin iV Co Ltd. liyman
Ilnif, (Irlubdum it Co and II M von Holt.
Per bk Ceylon-14.J 15 bays BU(;ar, (1,805,
075 pounds) value f 57,2:12.
IIAWF.8 At llllo, Hawaii, on Friday the 0h
Auituit. ISU7, Allvrl Sidney Hawo, F K
(I. d , ller liiltuiiulc .Majesty's Couimls
tloiier and Consul General. ai;cd M years.
VKS"' IN vniT
U S 8 Marlon. Book, Sail DIcro, March 13.
USA Philadelphia, Cotton, San Dlcgo, April
II 1 J M 3 Nanlwa Kan, Kurooka, Japan,
II U M 8 Penguin, Field, FIJI.
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
Haw bk Andrew Welch. Drew, 8 F.
Am bktn Janu L Stanford, Johnson, New
castle. Ilr ship Urcnhllda, Baxter, Liverpool.
(ier ship II F Ulade, liaesloop, Bremen.
Am bktn 8 O Wilder, McNeil, San Fran
cisco. Am ship Commodore, Davidson, San Fran
cisco Br bk Woollahra, Ilarnesnn, Newcastle.
Am bk Martha Davis. Krlls, San Francisco
Am bk O D Bryant. Colley. Laysnn Island.
FOKEIGN VFSSELS EXPECTED,
Vessels Where trom Due
Am bktn Echo....Pueet Sonnd July
Am si'lir Esther Buhno. ...Eureka.. ..July
Am bktn Kllkltut Pt (lamble ...July
Am schr Louisiana, ...Puijet Sound. .July
Am schr Itobcrt 8earles.Pui;et Sound. July
Am schr Aloha 8F July
Am schr Aloha 8 F Auic
Am bk Adam, W 8ples,....N T... .October
One of ll Dlractlne Officer a Son
nl Admiral Nurca.
On the rpcent cablo surveying
cruise of H. B. M. 8. Penguin,
Lieutenant O. Hrpwis took no
Ipss tliau 4500 soundings in
Palmyra Island lagoon, S. lat
fi:52:18; W. lonC. 102:05:00.
At Fanning Island Ihroou Lieui
enaut Nares took -1000 soundings.
Each oflicor has made a chart
with all those souudiugs marked
on it in plain figures. So it will
bo accn that there is no child's
play about the duties of a survey
Lieutenant Nares is a son of
Admiral Nares, retired, now di
rector of the Manchester Ship
Canal. That oflicor of the British
Navy won fame as an Arctic ex
plorer, ascending to a higher lati
tudo than anyone up to Nanson.
Ho only rofrainod from going
farther to avoid tbo almost certain
catastrophe of tho loss of. tho
whole expedition. Tho record is
"Sledges reached 83:20:2G,.12th
May, 1870. Passage to tho Polo
duclured to bo impracticable No
signs of open Polar Sea. Ships
wintered tttJ:8V. bun uuoont lti
days. No ERnuimaux beyond
O. S. Nares rotired with the
ruuk of Bear Admiral thirtoou
years ugo. His son iu the Pon
guin, Lioiitonaut Nares, givoH
ovury pioiiiiso of bdiug "ti chip of
tho old block."
IIA1 HAWAIIAN ltllmiltt
Hie ftlPMH'lilli t'hliin la II J I lie Hie
II a nl HaMnll.
Tho 1'aciOo Mail Btoamship
Company's steamship China will
sail out of tho port of San Fran
cisco today flying tho Hawaiian
flag, says the Ban Francisco
Chroniclo of August 5. It was
decided yesterday by the officora
of the company to place tho big
vessel, whiok is the craok ship of
tho Pacific Mail fleet, under tho
Hawaiian flag without loss of
time, and it is nniil iu maritime
circles that this action on tho part
of tho company indicates a belief
among tho officers of the company
that tho'aunoxation of the islands
is likely to bo accomplished in
tho very near, feature.
As was announced in the prpps
dispatches a few weeks ago, tbo
steamship China secured a Hawai
ian register just on the eve of
tho suspension by tho Hawaiian
Government of the issuance of
registers to foreign vessels. It
was known that for somo months
the company contemplated regis
tering the China under the Ha
waiian flag, and wbon tbo big
steamship was granted her Hawai
ian register tho interesting ques
tion was as to when she would
mku her first trip under tho flag
of Hawaii. This matter was de
cided upon yesterday aud last
evening an entire new ciew was
shipped for her trip to tho Orient,
on which sho departs" today. The
register shows that George Mao
farlane is tbo now owner of tbo
shio. It i required hv the laws
of Hawaii that no vessel can so
il uro a Hawaiian juibter unless
she bo owned by a citizen of the
islands or a Hawaiian corporation.
To meet this requirement tho ves
sel was transferred to the posses
sion of Colonel Maofarlane by tho
China Steamship Company, its
former owners of record.
Various reasons have been as
signed for placing the China un
der tho Hawaiian flag, but it is
known that the prospect of tho
annexation of the Hawaiian isl
ands i the cause of it all. It may
not be a well knowu fact, but the
maritime regulations of tbo Unit
ed States will not permit a foreign
vessel to do a coastwise trade. A
foreign vessel can have but one
port of entry in this country,
which in the case of tho PnniOo
Mail ships is San Francisco
Should tbo Hawaiian islands bo
annexed to tho United States, Ho
nolulu would become an Ameri
can port and tho steamer China,
being a British vessel, would be
prevented trom touching at tbo
islands. Tbis difficulty will now
be obviated by placing the China
under tbo Huwaiian flag, for when
the islands aro annexed the steam
ship China will fly tho American
AT THE OI'KKl HOUSE.
Auollicr Siiccewaful Production by (be
Kalle Putnnin Company.
What tho audienco at tho Opera
House lacked in numbers last
night it certainly made up in en
thusiasm. The play was "Lovo
Finds a Way" and in tho dual rolo
of Gay Howard, n young heiress,
and Tommy Watkins, an up to
date young man, Katie Putnam
added another to the long list of
her nuv-cussffl. She vs6 nl-'y aup -ported
by H. B. Emery, an old
toper who afterwards reforms,
and Messrs. Scott and Jefferson.
The fun of the nipen was furnish
ed by J.D. O'Hara and Mollie
Stockmeyer and the audience was
kept laughing when thoy were on
Miss Putnam's song in the sec
cond act, "Honey, Does You Love
Your Man?" was doubly encored,
as were the topical rhymes of
O'Hara. Miss Putnam's company
is a good one and deserves better
support than it is now receiving.
The play for tomorrow night is
"Dud's Girl." On Suturday night
"Tho Old Curiosity Shop" with
Miss Putnam in tho characters of
Little Noll and tho Marchioness,
will bo produced.
Boforo giving your ordor for a
portrait, boo what King Bros,
havo to show in crayou'oulargo
rnenla and judgo for ynursolf
whothor thoy can givo you tho
Lent vi.'ao f"i iour money r.r
When you havo u portrait on
larged boo that you got your
monoy'a worth. King Bros, havo
reduced pricos to 85.00, SG.50,
S'l.m and $10.00 for work that
limy guaiaiiluo to bo Outclass.
Thoy invito comparison,
Mortgagoo'o Nctlco cf Intontlon to
Forcclcco and ef Calo.
Notice li hereby Klven that by vlr
tuo of a power of tale couulnoil In
certain mortgage dated the 22 June.
1894, made by l A, Williams of Hono-
U,,UiJ0,,hul V & WIIIUbm recorded
In the Keglster Office, Oaliu, In Lli.er
147 on pages 346, 847, 348 anil duly a.
Jgiied by the said ti. K. William, to
Bishop A Co. by asalgnment dated the
23rd iIbv of June 1804, recorded In
the Reiilater Office OMiu In Liber 147
pn.K. ?S! am! i1.'1' "lK"ed by the
eld llUhop & Co. to J. Alfred Ma
gonn, Trustee, by assignment dated
tlie 27tn day of AiikuhI, 1805 and iluly
a-HiBueil by tba m.1,1 J. Alfred Ma
goou, rruHtw, tn Inula Miukn 1 as-
!l0o!r"U.e.Ut ''V1 rU,b '' 'lay of August
1897, tho tald Louis Minks Intend,, to
Itireolore said mortgage for a breach
iifilio conditions itisald mortgage con
taliiwl, to wit: the non.paiueiit of
tlie principal ami Interest when due.
Notice In ulso given that all und
uliigulur tin, pr.iperty dencribed In
aid mortguge will he void atpuiilla
auction ui tiieHUollon room of W. S.
Luce, on Qut-eii street In -nlil Houo
lulu, .. I'M UJtSDAV the lUlli Hay of
August, 1897, at 10 o'clock a.m. ol ald
Tiio property In suld mortgage is
thus derisrlliHi: The Kuniliure nd
Undertaking business aud property
miIiI and tratiHierreil bv salJ n i
Williams jo H H Wl 1 11 and E a!
Williams this ,iuy, and nil the goods
chattels, eiTeotH and nierohaudlsH be
oiiRlng to tho fcul.l bului-s and the
imok iiehU mid choses In uoilou there
of and all alter acquired stock.
VB Terms Uiih.
n. itt ,'",,i!,Snee ol mortgage.
Dated Honolulu, August 9. 1897?
Every move In this game
of clothe huilillugls
made for your gain. i
I'-rre's therhiunii-st possibility,
nd not a penny too muah lo pay.
Another scarf maker trlppo.1 up.
Your gat ii
Allgolngnowat twenty-five cents.
9 Hotel Street : : WaYCrlBy BlOCk
Agents for Dr. Delmel'a Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Semi for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
Florida Peach Trees
can secure them by
leaving orders with
E. W. JORDAN,
Till Seiitflmhnr. Ttnllvorv .lur
ing DeCfmher. 677 Im
Notice to Creditors.
The undersigned has been appointed
by the Honorable Alfred W. Carter.
Circuit Judge or the Flrxt Circuit, Re
public of Hawaii, in be Administrator
inr the tistnte of John Kennedy, de
ceased, Intestate, at Honolulu, Ixland
ofOxhu, on the 19th day of Jul, A.
D 1897. Thereto. notice Is hereby,
riven to those ho have nny claims
against the estate of the tald John
KMiiiedy, topnscnt tho same Mt the
Office of Paul Neumann, 211 Merchant
Street, Honolulu, within six months
from this ditto or they will forever be
C01 4t GEORGE ANDREWS.
House and Lot For Sale.
On Young street, town aide of
Thomas Square, New House of six
room-, Inelii ling parlor, three bed
loom, dining-room mid kjtoheii, bath
and servant's room, shells and out
houses. Lot 83 leet Irout by 161 feet
lieep, garden aud fruit bearing trees.
Title guaranteed perfect. Apply on
premises, or lo
at M. S. Griubauui & Co. 'a.
Notice to Contractors.
Tenders for the erection of the Pro
gress Block, corner Beretania and
fort ftreets, will he opened at tho
Offiroof Rlpiey & Dickey, archliecta,
at 12 noon on 1'HUIHDAY, Air- 12.
Die owner, Mr. C. H. Deiky, ro
servtstho rlK'it lo njcut any or nil
""" 670- It
SAMUEL J. MACDONALD,
Couusollov at Law.
201 Murclinut Stnot (me door from
lort Htroul), JIouolulu,
XrtLA t.u frMm'M-.