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EVENING BULLETIN, APEIL 28, 1896.
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ALONG THE WATERFRONT
DANIEL LOGAN'S LETTERS.
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
HIE AMELIA A It It IVES WITH A
caruu of iimntn.
liland Stcnmprn Depart-VcmcU LenT-
luc Tomorrow Notci Plcknd lip
Alone tlie Porkn.
The Aattraltn U due from the Coast on
The bark Uoon Is discharging her cargo it
urcwer w nan.
Ilio Mcamalilp Monownl Is due from tliu
Colonics on lliunulAy.
Tlio OF Sargent lias finished discharging,
nd Is taking In ballast.
The barkcntlne Amelia arrlTcd from the
Pound with a cargo of lumber for Allen A
The three-masted schooner Esther Iliihnc
will sail tomorrow for San Francisco with a
cargo of sugar.
ToMomiow High tide large 5:53 p m; high
tide small, 4:M a in; low tide large, 1U:4 a in;
low tide small, a in.
Tlio 0 I) Ilrjant Is hlii' at Sorcnon's
liarf, and the Martha Darin Is In the stream.
Both aru watting for sugar.
The ship ltoanokc was towed out yesterday
afternoon. Many peoplo went downlostu
the departure of the big Teasel.
Tuesday, April 28.
Stmr W 0 Halt, Slmcrson, from Hawaii
Bktn Amelia, Ward, from Port BlaKely.
Monday April 27.
Ship Kuanokc, Hamttton, for New York.
TtiESDAr, April 23.
Stmr Koitihou, Thompson, forllanamiulu,
Kuual, at 4 p m.
Stmr James Makec, Peterson, forKapaa,
Kauai, 4 p m.
Stmr Mtkaha'a, Haglund, for Naw 111 will,
Kolon, I'lecle. Hannpepo and Mlliau.
Stmr Claudlnc, Cumeron, for Maul, at
Stmr I.ehua, Jfjc, for Ilonomu and Pohu-
VESSELS LEAVING TOMOIUIOW.
Schr Esther Buline, Anderson, forSan Fran
cisco, Stmr Hawaii, Fltrgcrald, for Honohlnu,
llakalau and Pepcokio.
Stmr Iwnlant, Gregory, for Kukitlhaclo
PASflENGEKB AltlUVED. ,
Tur.xntl, April 23.
Per bi.tn Amelia -A J Wiishboiirnc.
Ex bktn Amelia 479,090 It lumber. 100 M
shingles. Consigned to Allen & Kobltisou.
rnuniQN vpbsels expected.
Vessels Wbcrotrom Due
Am l)L Edward May.... Boston Duu
Am l'k Siraliiole Xuucntlo One
Am bk Sonoma Now castle.... Due
Hr slilp KUell Newcastle. ..Duu
Am cehr Bangor Seattle Due
Schr ltobert I.ewcrs Pt Gamble. ...Duo
S S Chlttugon VokolicniA Due
Bktn Jane I. Stanford. Newiastle, April lid
Ilk Si a King Newcastle, April 30
'.in ship (kUdeutal....N Y
Haw bk l.cuhl Nuwcabtle
riiuiu H'ai!atm: i:mi:u.
Helen e orAII lli CJn'llc, l'mnciicri-'
Lbiioiitk Mil: r-ei.A!,J-At
noon icduy ' tho uino
hundred and o.1d passengers
quarantined on account ot the
case of small pox on tho Gaolic
were rclensed from quarantine.
All tho contract laborers
will bo slapped direct to tho plan
tations this afternoon by tho va
rious island steamers.
Tho Japanese contract laborers
wero apportioned as follows:
cial Sugar Co.. 100
Kinaliulu '. . !t0
"Waiakea 23 r
O.L.Wight 2 2
Kokaha 20 1
Tho Chiuoso laborers wont to
tho following places: JTawniion
Sugar Go. (10, Rohala 17, I'tmu
han 1U, JJonokaii 15, Koloa 32,
Ilumnltna Mill lfi, Sam Sing 52,
Lan Ohong 41, Kukninn 8.
(,i IIIIOI.' . IHMI PtlfM.
The J.lishionnry Cileanors hold
h mooting in tho parlors of tho
Centuil Union Church yeslorday
iiflornoon and, nnioiig olhor busi
ness transacted, docidod to givo a
lawn purtv at Iloalaloa lawn on
Saturday,' May Kith. Itofresh
iiiouta will bo solved and thoro
will bo a salo of fancy artiolos.
A. J. P)by, D.J3.B., Dontnl
oflico CnltfKo Ts'o. 100, Alakon
Htifwl. t"ll' 'no N). fllfi. Olllcc
IioihhO am Jo 4 p.m.
Continued from 1st rage.
figures on Hilo at 4. o'clock tomor
row evening. Thero is n lot of
work to do tnoro. Captain Clarko
expects to get 10,000 bags of sugar
Representative Richards has n
' pudding in his pouch from head
quarters torojoico not only tho
peoplo of his own district; Hilo,
hut tlinp of the big island m gou
oral. It is a schedule of expen
diture for that island undor tho
now Loan Act. Ono item is $40,
000 for a wharf at Hilo. Another
is SoOOO for ox tension of tho Hilo
Tho anchor's weighed and
there's "one moro ribbor to cross"
that is, another rough channol
and thereforo it is advisable to
keep those notes ahead, for it may
bo hard to poisotho pencil when
tho ship in dancing tho Highland
iling. Then it is desirable to
have somo loisuro to contemplato
that glare. Gardner Wildor haB
a glare in his eye, too, as if ho
would scoop us on tho Maunn Loa
manifestation in an extra of tho
Thero aro a number of big
planters on boardj going homo
from the metropolis, as you will
have soon by tho passenger list.
Thoy discuss irrigation and flum
ing but keep mum on tho doings
of tho political bigwigs. Thoy
tako some interest in tho volcano,
but tho glare in their porspoctivo
is fivo cents a pound.
Mr. Loobenstcin has a gleam of
triumph in his eyes, over his con
test with "tho beasts of Ephesus."
10:20. Gardner has just called
mo forward to seo it. To tho loft
of tho JMakena light tho actual
focus of flro on Mauna Loa is
visible, with its bright reflection
clearly imparted to tho suporin
cumbont clouds. Goutlemeu, thoro
remains not a vestige of doubt.
Another prodigious event is added
to tho volcanic history of Hawaii.
Tho "Eruption of 1890" goos up
on tho ('nloiular.
Now tho wind pipes up and, for
the consul vation of energy against
later vicils foi ward, I must seek
tho soclusiou which tho cabin
S. S. Kiau, otr Kawaihae,
April 25, 3 a. in.
I aroso exactly at tho moment
I had intended, being moved to do
so by a distinct smoothoning of
tho wotpr, that indicated wo wero
under tho iniluonco of tho coast.
Purser Hecklny mot mo at tho foot
of tho stairs and in Bolemu tones
thus spoke, while making a gesture
toward tho deck:
"Dan. Logan, you want to go
up now. You can get a fine view
of it now."
Arriving on deck and looking
ahead a littlo on the starboard
quarter I saw tho Volcano of
Mauna Loa in action as represented
iu tho accompanying sketches.
Although I make them myself,
who nlways has hud to put a lo
gend like "This is a cow" bouoath
py drawings to indicate their
subjects, yet with tho private di
rections to your artiBt which I
givo I am suro ho can givo our
readors a very fair view of tho
scono. Mr. Beckloy is not cortain
as to whether tho eruption is on
tho summit proppr or not; it may
bo beyond that on tho Kau side.
Tho summit is a plateau of a mile
and three-quarters wide, and an
eruption beyond that showing so
brilliantly as this must bo indeed
of sublime magnitude
Must close tiiis to send ashore
with Beckloy at Kawaihae, as tho
bell has rung for boats to lower.
"Will continue it at Muhukona,
next port. Send this ushoro in
case tho Iwaluni may bo going
ahead of Hall. "Will duplicate
description so there will bo no
slip up. J. no Auvpi'tibcr scientist
is not on deck yot, and cannot
givo yon the spoiip. It is grand.
Looks Hiie pictures of Vesuvius.
Note Mr. Logan's set'oud lot
tor was veuivod bv the Hall this
nflofnoon, too Info io allow of t
cut being mado froii his drawing.
Tho Singor recoived 51 first
nwnrdrj for Sowing Machines and
embroidery work at tho Worlds'
Fair, Chicago, 111., boing tho
largest nmiibor of awards obtained
by miy exhibitor, and morn than
double tlio number givtm io all
othor Sowing Machines. JJ. Bun
nmiKON, Afjont. Jl&tlinl Htroot,
Steamers ot tho above Lino running in connection with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Botwoen Vancouver, B. O., and Sydney, N. S. W.. and calling at Victoria, B. O.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
.A-IRIE 3DXJB -A-l1 TXOJXTOXJTTXjTT
On or about tbo dates below stated, viz.:
l'roin Sydney and 8uyb. for Victoria and
Vnncotitor. II. C.t
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" May 15
Stmr "MIOWERA" June 15
Stmr "WARRIMOO" July 15
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Cuiuuln,
United States mid JHm-opo.
FitEianr and pabsenqeh aokntb:
D. MoNicoi.Ii, Montreal, Oannda.
ItonsRT Keiiu, Winnipeg, Canada.
M. M. SinitN, San Francisco, Cal.
O. MoL. Brown, Vancouver, B. O.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Notico ishoroby given that the
firm of Quong Wah On fc Co. will
hcruaftt'r do business undor tho
firm name of Quong Wah on Clmng
Koo. tho only ohango boing tho ml
illusion of a nuw part nor, Air, Chin
Mon Oar, who will assume tin
niitnngomont in about time wcoUb.
Tho individual uicinborsol'lliolliiu
will boCIihi Mn Our, inanngor,
Nl. (1 nirr Un Ohaob iinil
1 i.uong Cliong. Iib7-lw
From Victoria nml Vnncouver, It. C., to
Bun nml Silncl
Stmr "MIOWEHA" May 12
Stmr "WARRIMOO" Jnue 7
Bluir "MIOWERA" July 8
G2T For Freight and Passage and nil
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for tbo Hawaiian Islnnds.
hik Mail fasliif Go.
OGciilenf al & Oriental Steamship Col
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG :
Steamers ot tbo above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the
abovo ports on or about tbo f olio win p
Stmr Doric May ID, 189G
Shnrl'rtii June 13, 1S9G
For SAN FRANCISCO:
8 1 '.inner r ot tbo iilwvo Ckmpames will
call at Honolulu on tbeir way from
Hongkong and Yokohama to tho ulx)VO
port on or about thu following tlntou:
PtmrChiuA Mny 0, 1800
Stmr Coptic Juno '-', 1890
Rates cf Passage are as follows:
TO TOKO- TO IIONO
Cnbiil S1C0.00 S17G.00
Cabin, round trip, 1
monUiB 225.00 2G2.50
Cobin, round trip, 12
months 2C2.D0 810.25
European Steerage.... 85.00 100.00
t2rPas3eiiKcrn paying full fare will b
allowed 10 percent off retain fnro if. 10
luniiiiK within twelve months.
C33For Freight and Posoago apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO,,
1 ij UlUll
0. L. WIGnT, Prcs. 8. 1). ROSE, Sec.
Capt. J. A. KING, PoitSupt.
Will leave Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching at
Lahaimx, Mnalaoii Buy and Mnkenn tho
Buuio day; Mnhukonu, Kawaihuo and Lau
piihoohou tho following day, arriving ut
llilo tho samo evening.
leaves iionoi-di n.
Tuesday May 5 Friday, May 1
Friday JMuy 15 Tuesday,.... May 12
Tuesday,... Mny 2d Friday, Mity 22
Friday June C Tuosiluy,. . . .Juno 2
Roturnlug, will loavo Hilo at 1 o'clocic
l. M., touuhiug at Lauvmh'.ckoo, Mahu
kouit aud Kawaihao Bwa day; Makona,
Maalaea liny and Lahaina tho following
day; urming at Honolulu tho afternoons
of LuoHflny imd Fridays.
ESf'ifo Freight will bo rtieived after
12 noon on day of Hailing.
i CAPJ1ER0N, Commandsr,
Will leavo Honolulu Tuesday at Cp.m.,
touching at Kahulul, liana, Hainoa aud
Kipahulu, Maui, iteturiiing anircs at
Ilonohilu Sunday inoiuingti.
i Will call at Nun, Kaupo, ou aocond trip
of each month.
WNo Fibight will be luelvtdaflcr
r. m. on (lay of Hailing.
This Company will letcrvcn the right to
maku ch.miH in tho tituo of departure and
arrival of its Ktcnuiuia without notico and
it will not bo roHpousiblo fur any consc
ijuences aiiuing theiufrom.
Consinnos inust bo ot tho I -Hidings to
rcceivo their Flight; tins Company will
not hold it 'til f inopuuhiljlo for faiyht utter
it him boon landed.
Lio btuik iwdv at owiifi's risk.
This Cuuimuy will not bo lusiionsiblo
for Money or Valuabks of pahbougerH
uuloss placed in tlio caio of I'niKtrs.
PiiRbCiigaM aro reiuiuiitud Io jiurcbaho
tiokits before ouilmrking. TliOso failing to
do ho will bo Kiibject to nil additional
charge of Iwcnty-llvo pur cent.
C. B. DWIGPIT,
Docs nil kinds of Work in
Commit A Stone Sidewalks A Curbing
Ho has on hnnil a largo wipply of
CliincHo Oranlto Uarb and always koupa
Ilawulinn Uiirblug Htoni'.V Jtlmiitiw
given mid Ioihhi' priuiM iihiiiix1. 'I'olo
liifi fiiiiii iiiiiii '
ED. A. WILLIAMS,
(Succossor to C. E. WilliamB, H. H. WilliamB & Co.
and Williams Bros.
Pioneer Furniture Warerooms,
Pianos for Sale, Hire and Moved. Chairs for Rent.
Undertaker and Embalmer,.
Tombstones and Monuments.
llcsldcnco and Night Tol. 81G.
Wk'iie What Wk Advkutihi:
and Just as Repiiksentkd.
Wo arc Pacemakors on
Australian Mail Serrice,
?:n Srrn Francisco:
Tho Now find T'ino Al Stcol Stcaniabip
" Monowai ''
Of tbo Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Sydney and
Auckland on or about
April 30, 1896.
And will )eoo for tbo nbovo port with
Mails and Passengers on or about that
F,rr ( yfliiey ami Auckland:
Tho New and Finu Al Steel Steamship
" Mariposa "
Of tbo Ocenuio Steamship Company will
bo duo nt Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
May 7, 1896.
And will hnvo prompt despatch with
Moils and Passengers for tbo above ports.
Tbo undersigned aro now prepared
Through Tickets to All Points
in tlio United States. .
tSiyFor furtbor particulars regarding
Freight or Passago apply to
WM. G.IRWIN &C0., L'd,
. General Agents.
S. 3. AUSTRALIA.
Arrivo Honolulu Leavo Honolulu
from S. 1'. for S. 1
May 4, 1800 MayO, 1800
May 'JO, 1800 Juno a, 1800
From San Frnnoi3co Trom Sydnoy for
for Sytluey. San Friiuoisoo.
itrn'w Honolulu. I.enxe Honolulu.
Jlorlixmn, May 7, "00 MoiiowaApr.tlO.'im
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Tor Day TT777I 8 '2.00
l'or Wrok 12.00
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tion mill thu fliiont .MiuiIh in thin City
0c StesMiji Co.
Oceanic steanp Co.
KING STREET, Tel. 179..
Wo uiake a Specialty of Shoes.
It's our business.
Wo propose to givo more
Value, Style and Comfort
Than anybody else can or will.
Mclneruy's &hoe 'c;
405 Fort Street.
A LIFE SIZE
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, THE FINEST HltANDS OF
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Eagle -:- House
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Nuuanu Ao., liutecn Ilrrutniila ami Bcboo
ROOM AND BOARD:
Rooms to lot without boaid if prcfoned;
tj.lT Dnneliip ovcry Saturday villi Ka
wiiihaii GIlo Club iu atteiulmico.
King nt,, but. I'urt ami Alalcca.
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