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EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST 10, 1807.
Removal Notice I
The City Furniture Store
Have removed from tho Old Stand, corner Fort and Bere
tania Street, to tho
Love Building, lorfc Stroot.
E2r The UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT is
fully equipped with nil tho Latest Facilities in its lino.
XI IT. WILLIAMS, Manager,
Undertaker and Embalmcr.
Residence: King street, near Rich- I Office: Love Building. Telephone
arils. Telephone No. 849. No. 840.
From 2STew York:
Shovels, Axes, Hoe, Etc.,
Hinges, Lawn Mowers,
Paper Bags, Axle Grease,
And many other articles that wo have a steady demand
.. for, and which wo offer to you at
r'E. O. Hall
P t n in 4.
Corner Fort and
WHITE LUPINE BEANS
When planted for soiling purposes cause tho
ground to absorb and hold moisture and act as
a most efficient .....
y- Enri cliing.
No Better Fertilizer is known for CANE LANDS.
HKP" For salo in quantities to suit by
The California Feed Co.,
ti P. OilSox-lSO.
8. W. LEDEIIEB, T "V"
Prop.' J X
l-nA TflnmUi OCA.U
nu Sold Cheap
Jtsv Highest CnHh Price
at tho I X h, ooruor King and
very low prices.
& Son, Ltd.
.i tr: chi.
T Corner King and Nun-
I i uunHU.
for OiinIi "ton
paid for Sucond-lmiul Furnituro
THE t'OI.MKK UKORUti V MAN
HON IW men NKWCASTI.K.
lilnrr Mnrlpota Prom the Colonic
Hawaii : Urine C'oeoanuU Hhlp
Star or Kuaala'i PlllUln.
Liner Bio from Jnpau next
Tho schooner Knulilua with a
1 ond of firewood came in this
Tomorrow, high tido largo 10:47
a m;hich tide small 9:15 p m: low
tido largo 1:25 a m; low tide small
.... p m.
Tho bark Androw "Welch ex
pects to complete her cargo this
afternoon and sail for Sau Fran
cisco tomorrow moruiug.
The Mariposa had a rouuh trio
between Sydney and Auckland
and many of tho passengers woro
Beared and a good deal of crookory
Advices by tho Mariposa con
firm the news that the O & A S S
Aorangi from tho Colonies via
Wellington will certainly not
arrive until Aug 27.
The Bteamor Hawaii from Hilo
way ports with a general cargo
arrived in port this morning aud
leaves for Houotnu way ports
next Saturday afternoon.
The American bark Georgo F
Manson, P Crack master, ii days
from Newcastle with 1920 tons of
coal for Castle & Cooko Ltd, ar
rived in port this morning and
anchored in naval row.
The steamer Makee arrived this
morning bringing the following
memoranda of freight left on
Garden isle awaiting shipment:
Hanamaulu 279G bags sugar; Li
hue 2779 bags tugar; Koloa 100
bags sugar; Eokaha 1500 bags
sugar; Hanaloi 1000 bags paddy;
Waimha 590 bags paddy. The
steamer Mikahala was discharg
ing Kolna freight and tho steamer
Koauhou was at Waimea discharg
ing coal. Fine weather on Kauai
coaBt, no rain and light wind.
The ORM8S Mariposa, com
mander Hayward, docked at
Oceanic wharf last night at eight
o'clock with the following voyage
memoranda furnished by Purser
Walton: Left Sydney, Aug 2,
at 4 p m; arrived Auokland, Aug
6, at 3 p m; left Auckland, Aug 7,
at 2 p m; arrived Apia, Aug 11, at
2 p m; left Apia, Aug 11, at G p in;
arrived Honolulu, Aug 18, at 7:30
p m. The Mariposa brought a
small lot of 978 packages of mer
chandise, 13G cases of mullot and
82 boieB of fruit for this market
including some crates of Samoau
oronges which will bo quickly dis
posed of as the market is in need
of them. The Mariposa loft at
noon today with G500 bags of
sugar and 1000 bunches of
bananas for tho coast.
The British ship Star of Bus
sia that arrived in Sun Francisco
a few weeks ago from Antwerp
had a terrible experience in u
storm beforo she got fairly clour
of tho English channel. She left
Antwerp February 20 and on
March 1 was twenty milot? south
west of Start Point. A heavy
gale began to blow from the west
ward and a tremeudoub sea utosu.
The ship was thrown on her beam
ends and tho cargo shifted. Tt
looked as if she would founder,
but Captain Roberts jettisoned
300 barrels of cement and righted
the vessel again. The wind con
tinued in a fury and the lower
foretopsuil aud the loieiupuiast
staysail woro carried away. The
heavy sea kept beating over tho
decks and damaged tho bulwarks
ana deckhouse. Tho orono of tho
upper maiutopsail yard was car
ried away,. and as it was hold by a
patent arrangement, tho maintop
sail was under a roef tho remain
der of tho voyage, it being impos
sible to get the yard moro than
half way up.
From tho Colonies,
Mariposa, August 18-
negie, C L Carnegie aud J M
Dnvia. Through: Mr aod Mia
Km ting, child and nurse, Airs
Pvscott, MIor Hayward, M. Ct-u
Hay ward, Mr and Mrs II J Hart,
11 SymoiiH, W T Harding, A
Gallin, Mrs F W Hart, J M
Smart, Jluv M Tar pay, A Geo, A
O Geo, W IJ Aliunde, 0 Newman,
O Fischer, A 8 (Inliha, J I) Wood,
II Handing, Or mid Mr Mickln
DrA Holsslor, H H Klugshury, A
rion Jr, and 1'2 stoorayo.
From Kauai, par stmr James
Mukee, August 1!) Mr Hutohin
eon, Mr Kawano and 0 dock.
For San Fronoisco, per OSS
Mariposa, August 19 H W
Earle, Jno S Ellis, T G
Thrum, Frederick Van Buren,
Mrs Campbell, Miss Bowe, H B
Emory and wife, J D O'Hara and
wife, Miss Stockmeier, Miss Wat
son, W H Tooker, Howard Scott,
Bobort Jefferson, J H Burns, W
Fairbanks, C J Wall, A E
Murphy, Mrs J G Bothwell and
12 children, Ueorge W Jtliud, it
Bond, Henry Beckloy, A W
Smith, Mrs Smith, Miss 0 D
Mosher, Miss M Boberte, O T
Sewnll, H W Peck, H O Carter,
Miss S M Carter, W P Whitley,
W Louisson, L Marks, T H
Green baum, M Hymau, Mr and
Mrs A C Bulufsen, Jos B John
sou, Dr O Bare!;, Mr Cfvelln, Mr
aud Mrs G Haubaoh, Airs G O
Perkins, F G Pm-kitu, Mrs J F
Haslaoker aud daughter, and 25
For Kauai, por stmr Noeau,
Aug 19 Mr and Mrs Estep, Mr
Wednesday, Aug 18.
8tmr J A Cummins, Scarlc, from Oitbu
0 8 9 Mariposa, Hayward, from the
TilUHSDir. Auk 19.
Stmr Hawaii, Wclr, from Hawaii.
Stmr WnlaWlc, Gregory, from Lalialna.
Stmr Ksnla, Mosher, from Oahu ports.
Stmr James Makec, Tullctt, from ports on
Sclir Kaulllua, from windward.
Am bk (ieorgo F Manson, Crack, from
Tiiuhsdvt, Auk 10.
Stmr Nocnu, Peterson, for Lahalna, Ho.
nokua, and Knkulliaele, Thursday, Aug 11),
at II) n m
Stmr Walalcale, (Ircgory, for KlUiica,
Kallhlwat and llanalei.
Stmr Kaala, Mosher, for Kahuku.
Stmr Kacna, Parker, for Walalua, Puulkl
and Mokulcla, at 1U a m.
OSS Mariposa, Hayward, for Sau Fran
elsco. Stmr James Makcc, Tullett, for Kapaa,
Stmr Kintui, Clat'te, for Maul and Ha
waii. Friday, Aug KU, at It) a m.
Haw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, for San
Francisco, Friday, Aug !2l), at noon.
Stmr Hawaii, McDonald, for Olowalu,
Kukalau, Oukata, Laupuhuchoe, Honohina,
Hakalau, Hotuimu, Pohakumanu, Saturday,
Aug SI, at 2p m,
Am elitn Commodore, Davidson, for Now
York, Friday, Auk -0, at noon.
Ex stmr Ka.ila-800 ax rice.
Fx stmr James Makee S01 bags rice, 33
Ex O 8 S MarIposa-978 pligs mdse, 180
In mullet, 8J bxa fruit, consigned to Lewis
ii Co, 11 M 8 1'iMiL'uin, Theo 11 Mavlt-8 fc Co,
E V Jordan, WO lrwln & Co, E Hofl
Kchlaeser & Co, Ueo Andrews and I) G
Ex Georuo F Manson -1920 tens of coal for
Castle & Cooke Ltd.
l'.x btuir Hawaii SU heud cattle for Metro
politan Meet Company, 'ii sx cocoanuts, ono
etiara roller, 8 bacs awa.
VKSSKLJ IN 1'OKT.
II 3 8 Marlon, (look, San DIcko, March IS.
'J S -' riill-dclplila, Cottou, Can l).-Ku, Apiil
II 1 J M 3 Nuulwa Kau, Kurooka, Japan,
(Cuastera not Included In this list.)
ilaw bK Andrew VVclch. Drew, S F.
Ger ship II F Ulade, lluesloop, Urcincu.
Am ship Commodore, Davidson, Ban Fran-
UrbK Wunlhlirn, Barncsnn, Ncwcnjlte.
Am bk Martha Davis. Frlls, 8an Francisco
Am lik O D llrjant, Colluy, Lajsau Islnud.
Am bk Ltzzlu Vance, Hardvvick, Noucastlo,
Am bk (k'orKe F Mansou, Crack, Newcastle.
FOltEIQN VP8SKI.8 EXPECfEI).
Vessels Where trora Due
Am sehr Aloha S F Auk
Am bkGeo F.Mason, . .Newcastle,. ..Bept
llrbk Knscliuki Newcastle. ...Sept
Am sh Tllllo E 3tuibuek..NewcatIo,.Heiit
U 88 Baltimore BF Oct
II 8 8 llennlnguon Ban Dltco ....Auk
USHOreeoii 8 F Sent
Amfblp W FlIttbeock....Ilaltlmore..Nov
Am bktu hcho,...Pui;et Bound Due
Am nebr Esther lluhne.. ..Eureka Duo
Am bktn KHMtat Pt (iainblu ....Duo
Am sehr Loiillami.,.,Pui;et Bound.., Due
Am chr Hubirt Searlw.l'uuct Bouud..Diio
Am hk Archer 8 F ...Due
Am ach Itoburt l.ttM.rs,,.,Pt Sound. .Due
Aiji lili Mnlilriii BF .Duo
Haw bk Fooling Bui'v,,.. New York, .Feb
The Oliver Typowntor is pro
nouncod by oxperts, the best ma
chine iu the world. It lmn many
valiiahlu fonturoH, whioh havo to
ho seen in ordor to lionpprouinlod,
Tlio Ollror can ho suon at the
nilioii of A, V, Gear, No, 210
TCtlMr ltl Itllalnraa.
Jinks For goodness' Balcc, mnn, nro
Ullnks Littlo Fclioruo of mine, old
follow. You boo, I promised to call for
my wifo over nt tho church fnir.
Clothier and FnrniBhcr.
Natural to Infer.
Dimpletou Look lure, tlint animal
yon sold mo is too liwly.
Horso Dealer Aren't you n married
Dimpletou Yen. W'lmt lias that to
do with it?
Dealer I supposed, of course, you
wanted a horso your wifo couldn't drive.
Now York Herald.
Why pooplo come long distances
to buy at tho Palama Grocory.
Boasou No. 1 Because ono cus
tomer tells anothor how much
they saved by dealing at this live
and let live establishment. Bea
sou Nu. 2 Becaiibo tho saviug
from thoir grocory bill helps them
to pay their house rent. If you
don't believo what our customers
say, just give us a call and bo con
vince Harry Cannon,
Palama Grocery, Opposite Bail
Tel. 755, every time. Goods de
livered. Nicely furnished rooms at the
Popular HotibO, 151 Fort Blroot,
from 81.00 por week up.
Wanted A position as house
keeper by a Spanish lady. Ad
dress or call at tho Bulletin Office.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
aud Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, wook or month. Terms: 25
aud 50 contH por night. Jl, and
S1.25 ner week.
If you aro interested iu tho sub
ject of onlarged portraits, it would
bo worth your while to soo the
samples at King Bros, at prices
ranging from $5.00 to $10.00
frames and all. They can't be beat
City Uarnuge Co.. J. 8. And.
rado, manager. If you want a
hack with good horso and care
ful driver ring up Telephnno 113,
coiner of Fort and Mcrohnnt
jtrpnt? Hack at all hours.
Don't bo poi'uundod to acoopl
what iB not really good in en
larged portraits, just beoauso you
have given an ordor for ono.
King liros. will give you some
thing infinitely hotter and cheap
er than you can got anywhore else
Our .oiL is uettor and our
prices are lower for onlarged
portrait work than anyone olso's.
Wo are not making much at it,
but don't lot that worry yon. If
you havo anything in this lino to
bo dono boo our Baraples first,
aud you won't regret it. King
Bros., 110 Hotel stroot.
Wo don't expoct you to givo us
tho proforenco if what wo havo to
sell is iuforior or our prices high
er than our rivals, but whon wo
oiTor a superior article for less
monoy, you do yourself a wrong
by not looking into tho matter.
Call and boo our samples of
portrait work. King Uros., 110
Singers lead tho world, Ovor
iB.uuu.OOO inado aud sold. High
est awards at tho World's Oolum
biau Exposition for ozcollonco of
toiiBtruction, regularity of moiion,
oaBO of motion, groat speed, ad
juatubilily, durability, ormo of
learning and convouionpo of nr
ranuouiont. B. Berifuruon. minnl.
1 KJi Bothol Htroota, '
Mortgagoo's Motlco of Intention to
Forocleso and of Sale,
Notice In hereby nlvon that by vir
tue of a power of nalo contained In a
certain mortgage dated the 22 June,
1894, made by B. A. Williams of Hono
lulu, Oahu. to O. E. Williams recorded
In the Register Office, Oahu, In Liber
147. on pages 846, 347, 348 and duly aa.
gjed ?y the ' O. E. Williams to
Bishop & Co. by assignment dated the
23rd day of June 1804, recorded In
the Rewlster OHloe Oahu iu I Iber 147
pae 348, and duly aligned by the
-""""i' y" w J. Aiireu Ma-gP0DA-.'u!tee'
by Mlgment dated
the 27th day of August 1895 and duly
awlgued by the said J. Alfred Ma
goou, Trustee, to Louis Maikshy as
BlKiiraeut datfd the 0th day of AugUBt
1897, the Bald Louis Marks IhIbikIh to
roreolote said mortgage for a breach
of the conditions In said mortgage eon-
JhLn"A.toi W.lt: l!,e non-payment of
the principal aud Interim when due.
singular thH property defcrlhed In
taU mortgage will bo -olil at nubile
Muctlon at the auction room of W. 8
Luce, on Queen street In Mild Hono
lulu, on TH0R8DAY th, lOfh (hiy of
August, 1897, at 10 o'clocka.m. of ald
Tne property In suld motlgiige is
Ihuy dearlbe.i: The Kumltuio and
UnderlakH.K business aud property
W amstp II H. Wllllumsaiid E A
Williams till. ,1,1V, and ..II the Kod8,
chat els, eireu und niMehai.dlse be-
JJ2Sr,n,Ki ! ,h, lM bu8lut n'"'
iiook itebtx und chocfs In uoilon there
of and all after acquired stoek.
w Terms Cash.
n, ... Awlgne of ranr!i;igo.
Dattd Honolulu, August 0, 1807.
Straws ' -7
Two Dollars here.
where the Iobr
The maker and
care for that.
Meaoure your proflt
by what you
Two Dollars here.
9 Hotel Street : : WaYCrlGy BlOCt
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen-Mesh
Uuderwtar. Send for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
A. V, GEAR & CO,,
OHlce: .210 Kins Street.
. . . AMD ....
Gfcnei?dl Business agents
Loans Negotiated nnd Collections
Stooks Bought and Sold.
Hooka Audited and Accounts Adjuhled.
Bills Bought andNotas
Fine and Life Ingininnce Ageqtjl
W. C. ACHI.& CO,,
Brokers & Dealers
, l" We will IJuy or Sell Meal Estate in
Ml parts of tbe group.
JOT We will Boll Properties on Iteason
OFFICE, 10 West Kino Street
Uvery and Boardlny Stablos
Comer Mtiu'lmut ami ltlil.nli Bit,
tVEHY ANO nOAHDINa BTABLE8,
5r CMilifreJ, Brry ml Huel ( til
bour, Vkukmionjc m,