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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SEPTEMBER 5, 1898.
Oceanic Steamship Company.
Tho Fino Passenger Btoamere
Lonvo This Fort as Horoundor.
From San Francisco:
MARIPOSA August 17
MOANA September 14
ALAMEDA t October 12
In connection with tho sailing of tho abovo steamers, tho Agcnti
aro prepared to issuo, to intending paBpongers, coupon throng)
tickets by any railroad from San Francisco, to all points in to
Unitod States, and from Now York by any BtoamBhip lino to al
For furthor particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co, Limited
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
Lines of Travel.
O. R. & L. Co.
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F. C. Smith, Oon'l Pass. Js Tiukot
G. 1'. Dnsisos, Siiporlntoiuloiit.
in Pictures !
Tho following nro soino of tho iows
Offlt inl Landing of Troops.
Frosontlng Now land's Resolution to
r.x.Vrnslllnnt Dolo llV Kx-MllllhtOr
Loworlng of ono Hag and tho Raising
of tho othor.
Last shot of tho 21 saluting tho Flag.
All Incldonts tonnoUod with tho eoro-
At tho old stand In Fort street.
Just tho thing to solid to tho States.
DaKj Photographic Co,, Ltd,
F. ANTON Severin, Profr.
Coloring and large work a specialty. FinISL.AN,D
VIEWS lor sale. The finet workmanship at the
lowest prices Amateur and KQ-iaK worn soiichcj
i doj. Cabinets, $1
opp Queen Lmma lull
1 Vork Neatly CxecuteJ
Tho promlsos belonging to Mrs. O. O.
Borgor, sltmto on tho comor of Iloro
tanla and Fuunhou stroots. Tho honso
which Is largo and commodious, has
Just boon put In through repilr, and tho
grounds consisting of two aeros, aro
plintod with fruit and ortiamontal troes.
For furthor p irtlctilars apply to
070-tf F. W. MACKARLANK.
T X TTTt
of This Liiio Will Arrive at anc
For San Franoisco;
MOANA August 17
ALAMEDA Scptoniber V
MARIPOSA October It
Lines of Travel.
. L. WIGHT, .. B. B. ROSE.Beo.
Will leave Honolulu at 10 a. m .. touohlng al
Lahaina, Maalaea Day and Makena the1
samo day Mahukona, Kawalhae and Lan
pahoehoe the following day, arriving i
llilo the same evening.
LIA.VX8 HONOLULU, j ABBIVXa I1ON0LUI.C.
Friday Sopt 2
Tiiosilny Sept 13
Friday Sopt 23
Tuesday ......Oct 4
Friday Oct 11
Tuesday Oct 25
Friday Nov 4
Tuosday Aug 30
Friday Sopt U
Tuosday Sopt 20
Friday Sept 30
Tuesday Oct 11
Frltlay Oct 21
Tuesday. ...Nov 1
Iletnrnlng, will leave Hilo at 1 o'olook
p. m., touohlng at liaupahoehoe, Mann
kona and Kawalhae same day; Makena,
Maalaea liay and Lahaina the following
day; arriving at Honolulu tho afternoon
of Inosday and Fridays.
- win call at i'ouolkl, 1'nna.
CTNo Freight will be received aftci
9 a. m. on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday at 6 r. m.i
touching at Kahulul, liana, Ifamoaand
Kipahulu, Maul. Ueturning arrives al
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call ntNuu.Kaupo. on seooud trli
of each month.
CJ3fSo Freight will bo received aftei
4 r. m. oi day of sailing.
This 0 impauy will reserves tho right U
make cha agoa in the time of departure and
arrival of its steamers without notloe ano
it will not to responsible for any conse
quences arising thurefromi
Consignees must bo at tho Landings to
receive their Froight) this Company will
not hold itself responsible for freight after
it has been landed.
Live Stook only at owner's risk.
This Company will not bo responBibli
for Uoney or Valuables of passengen
unions placed in the cure of Parsers.
Fackagos containing porsonal effects,
whothor shipped ns biggiigo or freight,
if tho contonts thoroof oxcoed $100.00 in
Miluo, must Imo tho Miluo thoroof
plainly statod and markod. nnd tho
Company will not hold Itsolf llablo for
nnv loss or dumairo In oxcossofthls
sum oxcopt tho goods bo Bhlppod undor
a spoclnl contract.
All omployoos or tno company aro
forblddou to rocoho froight without do-
lKorltiK a shipping rccolpt therofor In
tho form proscribed by tho Company
and which may bo soon by shippors
upon application to tho pursers of tho
Shippers aro notlllod that If froight Is
shipped without such rocolpt, it will bo
solely nt tho risk of tho shipper,
Fassoncers are requestei
,ea to pi
UoketJ before embarklnEt 1
Those falling tc
do so will le subjoot to an additional
oharge of twenty-live per oont.
A GOOD THING
Ohia. Alfferoba and Pine Firewooo
Cut and Split (ready for the Btove).
STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COAL
WHITE AND BLACK SAND
At Lowest FriceB, delivered to any part ol
ITO1.BPHONB i i i 414
31 Qnoen Street.
Book and Job Printet
Merchant Stroot, Honolulu, H. I,
Over Hawaiian News Company's
Hook Store, my 18,
Additional, and tin latest Shipping News, will be
found on the eighth page
M0VEMEMT8 OP BTUAMUItS.
Steamers duo and to sail tomorrow
and for the next six days aro as fol
HTKAMKItS. Fhiim. Due.
Mlkahala Kiiual Sept 4
MaunaLoa Maui until luwall... Sept 0
Upolu Kohala and Kina Sept 0
Kinau Maul ami Hawaii... ...Sept 9
Australia Son Francisco Sept 0
Uoiglc San Francisco Sept 10
Mlkahala Kuuiil Kept 11
(Mainline Maul Sept 11
Lelnia Molokal ami Lanal Sept 11
Mimua San Francisco Sept 14
Steamers. Fon. Hails.
Lehua Molokal and LatiaL Sept 5
Claudlne Maul SeptO
Mlkahala Kauai .SeptO
Iwa Makena ...Sept 0
MaunaLoa Maui and Hawaii JSeptO
Relgic China and Japan Sept 10
Upolu Koliala and Kona Sept 13
Kinau Maul and Hawaii Sept 81
Australia San Francisco Sept 13
Nyuiuniua oui i-i
Eollowing aro tho Coast char
ters for po'.ia on thoeo Islands:
Oliaa. E. Folk sobr, 284 tons,
rodwood from Euroka to Honolu
lu chartered by J. K. Hanify
Roderick Dhuf Haw bk, 1397
tons, returns to Jdllo in Sprockels'
A. M. Baxter sobr, 459 tons,
now at San Foilro, lumber from
Seattle to Honolulu chartered by
J. H. Baxter.
Maweema scht, 393 tonB, mer
chandise from Srattlo to Honolulu
chartered by Hind, Bolpli & Co.
Aloha schr, 742 tons, returns
to Honolulu in the Hawaiian Lino.
Aroherf bk, 815 tons, returns
to Honolulu in the Planters'
Hepry Villard rspl, 1175 tons,
coal from Nunaimo to Honolulu.
Spokane (schr), 570 tons, lum
bor from Port Gamble to Hilo
chartered by Popo & Talbot.
Oootl I'natitfli to Tnkf,
The finest quality of loaf sugar
ib used in the manufacture of
Chamberlain's Cough Bemedy
and tho roots used in its prepara
tion give it a flavor similar to that
of tnnplo syrup, making it very
pleasant to take. As a medicine
for tho euro of coughs, colds, la
grippe, croup and whooping cough
it is unoqnaled by any othor It
always cures, and cures quickly.
For sale by all dealers, Itouson,
Smith it Co , General Agents.
BEST OF MEATS.
FiimllloH doslrlng tender
Juicy steaks and chops
cull on tho
Central Meat Market
Wo nmko n specialty of family tnido
mid sell tho liest at reasonable
H E. GARES, Proprietor.
214 Niuiaiui .St. Tolophouo 101.
JOSEPH TINKER, Propr.
Family and Shu'I'ino Uuii'iikr.
Poultry and thu cholcostof moats kept,
Vogotublos fresh oory morning.
Ml orders quickly dollNorou.
108 KING STItEET.
J. "Walleh, : : JlANAar.it
Wholesnlo and Butnil
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Mefoopolifan UJeai Co.
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
Tho Lohua will not sail until
lumuriuw imuruuou. u '
The W G Hall rosuuif s her old I
run tomorrow afternoon.
Tho schooner Moi Wnliioo sails
for Hntnakua this nftt'ruoou.
The Ainu tin Loa is duo from
Maui and Hawaii ports early to
Tho Glonfarg has sailod direct
from San Francisco to Japanese
ports and will not call here. Tho
GloDgylo will follow Buit.
Tho following sugar h awaiting
shipment on Kauai: Kealia,
3200 bays; Gay & Bobiuson, 51
bigs; Keknlia, 1500 bags) Eloelo,
1100 bags; Hauamanlu, 2000 bags.
Tho Mohican was td havo loft
Ron Francisco for this port on
August 27 and the Albert on Sop
torn bor 1st. Tho Aloha. W G Ir
win nnd Archer were up and load
inc for turn port whon tho ocuu-
dia loft San Franoisco, August
Konilworth, boforo reported at
Valparaiso in distress. Captain
James Murphy of tho ship Sliou-
anuoau has been sent to Valparai
so to tako command of the Keuil
worth, Vice Captain Bakor, who
was killed, as beforo stated, whon
endeavoring to get his Bhip into
port. What tho damage to cargo
is cannot bo at present learned,
but about 275,000 insurance on it
was written by companies nud
asoncies in this city. Captain
Murphy is due at Valparaiso in a
few dayB. S. F. Marino Bocord.
From Maui, per stmr Maui,
Sopt 3 Mrs Groigbton nud,
daughter, Miss Maggie Lishmau,1
rilrfl M I'nrmn nnrl nlillrl Mit.,4
Alice Lishuinn, Cant MiioDouiililfl
(JhaileH t3tillujiin,P(umor Woods
From Kapaa, per stmr Jam
Makoo, Sopt 4 Miss Davison. S i
W Moheala, Ah Chaw. I
From Kauai ports, porstmr Ml
kahala, Sept 4 F W Glade, Miss
Nawahi, Miss A Akamu, Miss M '
Millor, Miss M Biehmond, Missi
Knlainakain, Miss V Beckloy,
Miss O Mussmiui. E P Hatfield, G
M Kellett, A D Wishard, Miss
Stausbury, Miss Davis, Mrs Woo
ley, Miss M Lovell, Mids Mars,
Miss M Sitkuran, A Goodall, Mast
er Cockett, D Conway, KLot-iki,
V Markbam, J Sahuma, D Neal,
L Marx, Lukn.
From Mnui ports, per stmr
Claudine, Sept 4 Mrs Widdifiold,
Miss Widdifiold, Mis Ogg, Miss
Herrick, Miss O B Albright, Mis
Borcliroviuk and child, W H
Babbitt, O F Aloxaudor, Miss E
Kolnnoi, Miss M Davidson, W
Biugor, Miss Malulu, J Tnylor, B
Von Tempsky, Bev O H Gulick,
II F Damon, S A do la Nux, wife
and 4 childron, Akuna and 3
children, Masters Campbell 2,
Master 1$ Kamokau, J Pa, Miis J
Kawaiaoo, Misu h Toomoy.
S Knwaiaon, Miss H Iaoa, Mrs 1
D laea, Miss Julia Koliiaa, Wong
Wn, Ah Saug, Sun Ha, Master H
Clark, Awai S Alnni, Poo Ti.uy,
Miss 11 Shaw, D Knuuha, wife
and child, Master Chouey, Mas er
Wallace, Mttstors Morton 3, B C
Searlo and 3 sons, Mrs Murium
and 2 children, Miss Palmer,
Paul O Bredo, Nollio Forrest,
Mary Kaolulo, Masters Bobinsun
3, H P Bobmson, Mrs O ChristotT
sen, Master ChristofTsen, Misses
Lima 2, Miss Bail, Mrs S L Hor
ner nnd child, Mrs Goldstoin mid
child, Madei Goldstein, Mm
Shnrpe, Miss Lynch, Miss Lyons,
F II Hnvsoldeu. O Buchanan and
daughter, E Omsted, Dr B 1
JUooro, U 11 wnito and az hock.
From Mnui ports, p.)r stmr
Claudine, Sept 4279 bags p ita
toes, 31 bags com, J 3 pkus hides,
50 head cattle, 05 hogs, 2 buncH,
220 pkgs sundries.
When You Are Trltol.
Without extra exertion, dull nnd
listless, vour blood )s failing to
supply to your muscles and other t
organs tho vitalizing anu strougtu
giving propotties they require
Hood's Sarnaparilla cures that
tirod fooling by enriching nnd
purifying tho blood. It will givo
you energy nud vigor.
Hood's Pills nro easy to take,
easy to operate. Cure indigestion,
Mechanics' Homo, oorner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, woek or month. Terms: 26
and 50 cents per night. $1, and
tsl.25 nerwHt. "
Nicolj luruishod rooms at the
Popular House, 154 Fort stroot,
from $1.00 por weok up.
-rrra i m iiT ii in rr -
Agents for following
The Juvenile ElfiflC
Also Bicyole Sundries, svlgIi as
Tires, Rims, Spokes, Lamps, Etc
If you don't know what you want, our bicycle man,
R. C. Geer, will help you out.
i-r vzi ii wyaw n it.amm
The City Furniture Store
T.it rccolved at the CITY FURNITI'RE STORE, Love Bulldlrr;. 53
anu ui.6 Fort Street.
Cull a..d Inspect tuem before
Office 840 i
WE ARE SOLE
A. NATURAL MEDICAL SPRING- WATER
for Indigestion, Liver Complaint, Diseases of tho Kidney
and Bladder, Skin Eruptions, Etc., Etc.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets.
Celebrate the Raising of the Flag!
BUT IN DOING SO HEMEIM HER THE IMPORT
ANCE OE THE EVENT, AND DRINK
ONLY TIIE VERY BEST.
" Pommery Sec" Champagne
MEETS TIIE CONDITIONS EULLY.
For Sale oy
W. C.PEACOOK &. CO.,Lta
lot of thoso
Rockers, Tables, Etc.
It Is too late.
: : Rkbidenck &19.