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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, May 20, 1895, Page 8, Image 8',
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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 20, 1895.
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ALL OTHERS ARE IMITATIONS.
Wilder's Steamship Co.
0. L. WIGHT, Pres. B. B. HOSE, Beo.
Capt. J. A. KING, Port Bupl.
Stmr. KIN AU,
WU1 leave Honolula at 2 r. a., touching at
La&alna, Maalaea Bay unci Makena the
same day; Mahukona, Kawnlhae and Lau
pahoehoe the following, day arriving at
Hlln the imf vpnltir
LXAVXB HONOLULU. ARBIVE8 HONOLULU.
Tuesday Way 14 I Tuesday. ...May 21
rnuav aiay j. jtiubv mny oi
Tuesday June 4
Frldav June 14
luejuay . .june u
Friday . .. Juno 21
Tuesday... July 2
Tuesday... .June 25
Friday July 6
Tuesday July 1G
Friday July 26
Tuesday Auk. 6
Friday. Aug. 10
Tuesday Aug. 27
Friday Sept. C
Friday .. Aug. 2
Tuesday ...Aug. 13
Friday Aug. 23
Tuesday.... Sept. 3
Friday Pept. 13
Tuesday. ..Sept. 24
Friday Oct. 4
Tutsday Oct. 15
Friday Oct. 25
Tuesday ....Not. 5
Friday Nov. 15
Tuesday .. Nov. 2d
Friday Dec. 6
Tuesday Sept. 17
Friday Sept. 27
Friday Oct. 10
Tuesday Oct. 29
Friday Nov. 8
Tuesday Nov. 19
Friday....... Nov. 29
Tuesday Dec, 10
Friday....... .Dec. 20
Tuesday ....Dtc. 17
Fridav Dec. 27
Keturuing, will ,t alio at louoxk
r. m., touching hi Lupaboeboe, Mauu
kon and Kawntlia Saturday; Makena,
Mauiaea Bay ani Lakaina the following
day; arriving at Hnnolnlu the afternoons
of Tuesdays ana naayi
aesdays and Fridays
V No Freight mil t
' Ho Freight mil be received alter
12 noon on day of sailing.
' Will leave Honolulu Tuesdays at 0 p. M..
j. touching at Kahului. Hana, Hamoa and
f, XipahaJu, Mial. Ketumlng arrivei at
V Honolulu Sunday mornings
Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, on second trip
of each month.
gW No Freight will be received after
4 p. x. on day of sailing.
This Company will reserves the right to
make changes in the tiweol departuie and
arrival of its steamers itithoui notice and
it will not be responsible for any conse
quenoes arising thprefioni.
Consignees mutt be nt the Landings to
receive tbelr Freight; this Company will
not hold itself responsible for freight after
It bas been landed.
Live Stock only at owners risk,
This Company will not be responsible for
Money or vaiuaoies oi passengers unless
placed in the care of Pursers,
Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets bfore embarking Those failing to
do so will be subject to an additional
charge of twenty-five per cent.
foul una or
Sill &Qd Cotton Dn& Goods,
to.. Mlo. Btq., Bu,.
Sill, Linen awl Crape Shirts
OF OOMPLKTa HTOUK -
Made by Yamatoya of Yokohama.
." When you are In need ot any una
ol Japanese Goods, give ui first call and
save eolng all around town.
flOO 3Tort St, nuuCuBtnm ir--HOMESTEAD
A COTTAGE AMD LOT
for sale. Inquire at
the Arlington Barber Shop
Hotel Street. 133MW
H. I. riHAW H-.i.rir..
Cor. King and Nuimiui Hiri h
Choice Liquors anrt Fine B-
DELL TKLr.ll. M. t'l.
4ITOWAJV. h '
tog. 1 . . YMvk..nluiuJ
Mad Racing kiih
1st RUNNING RACE. '
1 4 mile dash for Maui bred
Ponies, 14 hands and under.
2d RUNNING RACE.
1 mile dash, free for all.
3rd -TROTTING and PACING
3 minute class, 1 mile heats
best 2 in 3.
4th RUNNING RACE.
(Maiden race), i mile dash.
for all Maui bred. Weight for
5th RUNNING RACE.
(Corinthian race.) 1 mile
dash. Members of tho Asso
ciation to ride. Welter weights.
6th RUNNING RACE.
mile and repeat for Hawai
ian bred hordes.
7th RUNNING RACE.
Purse: $100. 1
: mile dash, free for all.
The above is subject to change.
A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Secretary Maui Racing
Valuable House Lots
ox Sale I
WE OFKEK SOME VERY CHOICE
Lots on the premises formerly
owned by J. A. Hasslnger, Esq., located
between Peneacola and Pilkol streets.
These Lots are of uniform Blze, 80x170,
whioh is as largo &s most persons like to
have the care of. The soil Is very rich mid
there are many well grown Fruit and Or.
namrntal Trees on all ot the Lota.
If you want a home in a good, iiulet, res
peotable and healthy neighborhood, take
one or morn of these Lots, which we offer
at reasonable prices and. upon easy term
as to payment.
"9k- .For particulars apply to
The HawHllau Safe Dtpobit aoiTtaWkl'
408 Fort Street.
I Moni at, Mny 20.
PMSS China, Scnbury, from Cliinn
1 11ml Jnpnn
! Monday, Mny 20.
j P M S S Cliinn, Scnbury, for Snn Frnn-
1 Stmr Mokolii, McGregor, for Molokni
1 I and Lnnni, lit 5 m
I Stmr J A Cummins, JJeiieon, for Wnimn-
1 Stmr Keauhou, Thompson, for Knuni
I Stmr Knnln, Brown, for Circuit ot Onhu
I Shipping Iiit!lIlKt-'e.
1 Tlio American Fchooncr S. M.
Weathcrwax, Captain A. S. Smith,
sailed from Honoipo on the 17th
for San FranciEco with a cargo of
BUgar consisting of 11,800 bags or
1,480,800 lbs, valued at $34,946.80,
shipped by Theo. II. Davies & Co.
The American schooner Mary
Dodge arrived at Mahukona on the
14tli witli a cargo of lumber, laths
and shingles for S. G. "Wilder fe Co.
The American schooner Lille
bonne was at Mahukona on the
13th and sailed on the 14th for San
Francisco with 3278 bags of sugar
for Castle & Cooke and 2822 for
Theo. II. Davies itdo., a total of
770,880 lbs., value'd'at .$20,103.79.
Sliokols Did Xol Pour Into Its
Monday is usually a good day
for fines in the Police Court, and is
generally good for $20 in the shape
of fines from thoEO who partook too
freely of the flowing bowl on tho
day preceding. But the Court was
hampered with a small docket, one
which only one poor solitary drunk
appeared. He was promptly as
sessed $3, and His Honor cried
Ah Choy, for violating Chapter
28, Laws of 1792, responded cheer
fully but not in person. Rather
than face the stern majesty of the
Court on a Monday morning Ah
Choy betook himself to parts un
known, thereby forfeiting $10 bail
which he had put. up as a deposit.
Judge Wilcox had that pul into
tho court's coffers in short order,
but that was tho bent he could do.
Not another cent could be raised,
and the department of justice lost
money on the day's procedings.
W. Fernandez is an unfortunate
individual who is in trouble over a
little sum of f3. Now Frank Ge
rard claims to be the owner of those
particular three dollars and tho de
fendant insisting that ho did not
fraudulently convert tho same to
his own uso and benefit, the Court
set next Friday to hear the matter,
the magnitude of the case probably
demanding that Queen Victoria's
birthday should add solemnity to
Four Chinese, charged with hav
ing "paka pio" tickets in their pos
session 'will have their trial on the
Ichikawa, for running a hotel
without a license, pleaded guilty,
but if he interviews the license de
partment before May 23d and
squares matters with them, Judge
Wilcox will havo nothing more to
do with the case hereafter.
Ah On was accused of vagrancy.
Tho prosecution ' showed that ho
was in the habit of giving informa
tion to tho police regarding various
offenses committed in tho Chinese
quarter, but that, said information
was always false, and that when
Ah On took them on a chaso after
a wild gooso the bird was not on
tho nest. In Ids behalf Ah On said
it waB not his fault,,but His Honor
thought differently and concluded
that thirty days on tho reof woui d
bo about the proper punishment
.or deceiving Detectives Hammer
and Kanac. Tho costs in this caso
amounted to $1.30, but it being
doubtful if Ah On pays them they
are not included in tho day's re
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
Steamers of the above Line, running In connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAT
Between Vancouver, B.
O., and Sydney,
i?a.R.HJ DXJHJ JUT
On or about the dates
Prom Sydney and But, or Victoria
and VancouTer. B. O.:
Rtmr "MIOWKRA" July 1
8iwr"WAKKIMOO" August I
Taroagb Tickets Inroad Iron Booolala
mueuT ahd rAsnuicm aokbtsi
O. MoMlOOLL, Montreal, Canada.
BOBKHT KERR, Winnipeg, Canada.
M M. BTRRN, Ban Francisco, Oal.
O MpI. RUHWN Vneonvr B. O.
mm SUditibfiip 10.
AnstraliaD Mail 'Servlct.
Poj San Franclsto:
rtit Men and Flo A1 Bteel ttieamiMp
-if th Oceanic bteaniohlp Company wlllJ
- aue i nonoiuin rroni ayaney ana o,no
nrt on or about
and wlil leave lor the above port with
Malls and Passengers on or about iht.it.
Por Sydney art Aackluul:
The Mew and Fine Al Steel Bteamshii
" MARIPOSA "
Ol the Ooeanlo Btaamahlp Company wlJi
oe due at Honolulu,' from Ban Franolaeo,
on or about
June 6 th,
vnd will have
prompt despatch with
Malls and Passengers for the
a Dove ports.
I be undersigned aro now prepared to Issue
TBE0D6H TICKETS 10 ALL POIRIS
IN THE DRITED STATES.
For farther nartloalars rarardlna
freight or Passage apply to
WM. Q. IRWIN A CO., Ltd.,
1-91' aeneral AflenU
Oceanic Steamship Go.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arrive Honolulu beave Honoimu
from S. F. tor 8. F.
May 3 , Ma? 8
May 'XI JuneS
June 21 June 21
July 15 Juiy 20
Ang.B Aug. H
Eepi.2 Sept. 7
Hept.30 . Oct.2
Oct. 21 Oct. 27
Nov. 15 Nov. 20
From San Francisco From Sydney fu
for Sydney. Ban Francisco
Atrivt Honolulu. Lean Honolulu.
ALAMEDA.. May 0 I MARIPOSA May 2
MAKIPOSA..June8( AKAWA. ,.Ma W)
ABAWA July 4 I ALAMEDA Juri27
ALrVMKDA,.AUt 1 MARIPOSA J 111 v 25
MAKlP08A.Aug.2U AKAWA ,. .Ang.2V
AKAWA....Bept.2l I ALAMEDA.8rpi. lh
I.AMKDA. Ont24 MAKIPOMA Otu.17
General Business Agent
F. O. Box 411.
(Prom U, S. Journal QMedMne.)
Prof.W.H.rceke.who makes a specialty of EpDcpey,
lias without doubt treated and cured moro cases thau
any living riiylcinn;hl8Buccc8s!aastonlelilng. Wo
Ho pulllelicsa valuablework on this (llecase w liicli bo
sends with a large bottle ot bis absolute cure, free to
any suffererwUomayeendthelrP.O.andUxprees ad
dress. We advleoanyoaowlshlngacuretoaddrtFe,
I'rof. W. U. PJSEKi:, F.Vi Cidar fat., New York.
N. B W.. and calling at Victoria, U
below stated, vix.i
From Victoria and Vancouver, B O
for 8nva and Sydney: .
8tmr "MIOWER A May fc
Btmr"WAUHIMOO" . Jntu- l
Htmr"MIOWKKa" July 1
to Canada, Onltei iwu and Bnrop
For Freieht nd 1'asbaife no i
General Inlormation, apply to
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd
Agmti for tht Ilmimxinn tttnruU
Pacific Mail S.S. Go.
OccldeDU! and Oriental S. S. Go.
For T0B.UHABA and QUNQKONQ
Ou..oior ol in, Oot (OoujwiiUM su
call at Honolula on their way to the'ailovi
ports on or about tli follnwlnd date :
6trur "CITY OF TRUING'
Strnr-'rorVrVfj;, ; L
Btu.r'CITT UF PKK1NG' "...... "
Aiuust 111. 18IX
btmr 'tOl'TIO ...fcVoieiuW 19 ISO.
gtuir'-OHlNA'... . tct ir2M,18K
gimi "Ctll'TlO . . .November 28 18ft'
Htuir -CITY OK PKKIN'."
FOf 8AN P&AMUlCO
etaamen ol tne ouvt UuujmuiM u
wU at Hi.tioinln on their way from Hon
oiiaand Vnaiiiiama to the above port o
i about th fallowing dates t
Simr CHINA" Mav20. 1
jiui Kjjriiu- June 17. IS
July 17, 18KC
Btinr "BKLGIO" AuKust, ItiOt
Btmr "CITY OF BIO na J aN KIKt I"
. BepUrnber 6. 1896
Stmr "CHINA" October 6 1896
Stmr "COPTIC" November 6 J896
Stmr "CITY OF PEKING"
December 6, 1896
Btmr "COPTIC" January 18, 18t
Btmr "CHINA" February 24, 1806
IATI8 01 PA33AQB ARE- AS FOLLOW
fc, tOTOXO- TOHOB.
months... tea eo tu at
European Bteerage . us 00 100 OC
", Passengers paying full tar will b
wed 10 percent offretSrn Tfar Tlfratar?
In within Vwelv months "
a- For FrHUbt ami Passage applyu
H. HACKFELD A CO.,
At Walklkl on car line and on PaJanis
Koad near FertUUtni; Plant. These Lots
.f.very Cheap and Bold on easy terms
L3lrable Acre Tracts near the city and
o.uer Properties for Sale.
mtOCa WAKING fc CO.,
i , .. :"c!ePin Lots nd Lands,
11-tf 503 Fort Street, near King.
METROPOLITAN HEAT CO,,,
SI KIHG SI
Wholesale and Retail Batciiars
- AND -
G. J, VfxtLKB, ! ttanaarer.
California Fruit Market
Corner King and Alakea Sts.
By Every Stamer from San
Fresh Fruit, Oysters,
Balroon, Poultrj, Etc., Etc.
JL .im.itikM&itL.- A'
,'i , u:h .