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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., SEPTEMBER G, 1898.
Oceanic Steamship Company.
Tho Fino Passongor Btcamors
Loavo This Fort as floroundor.
From San Franoisco:
MARIPOSA August 17
MOANA September 14
ALAMEDA October 12
In connection with the soiling of tbo abovo eteainorB, tbo Ageuti
aro prepared to isBuo, to intending pnsaongors, coupon througr
tickots by any railroad from Ban Francisco, to all points in tb
Unitod Statos, and from Now York by any steamship lino to al
For furtbor particulars apply to
Win. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
Lines of Travel.
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1 C. Smith, Gon'l
G. 1'. Dhsison, Suporlnlomlont.
J, J, Williams Iks Tin
Tbo following aro soiiio of tbo views:
OfUrial Landing of Troops.
Presenting Nowlaml's Resolution to
Ex-Proslilent Dole by .. Kx-Mlnlster
lowering of 0110 Flag and tho Raising
of tbo other.
Last shot of tho 21 saluting tho Flag.
All lueldonts connected with tho coro-
At the old stand tit Fort street.
Just tho thing to sond to tho Statos.
Davey Photographic Co., Ltd,
F. ANTON SEVERIN, PROFR.
Coloring anJIargework a specialty. Fine ISLAND
VIEWS (or tale. The finest workmanship at the
lowest prlcea. Amateur and kodak work tollclleJ,
opp. Queen fcmma tian.
-1 -Work Neatly Executed,
l Joi. CaHnets, $).
Tho promlsos belonging to Mrs. C. O.
Rorgor, sltuato on tho corner of Roro
timln and Fuliahou stroots. Tho house
dlilcli Is largo and commodious, has
llist boon put in through repair, and tho
grounds consisting of two aeros, aro
jilantod with fruit and ornamontnl troos.
For further particulars apply to
070-tf F. W. MACFARI-ANK.
O. R. & L. Co.
of This Liuo "Will Arrive at ar
For San Franoisco:
MOANA August 17
ALAMEDA Beptomber U
MARIPOSA October 11
Lines of Travel.
0. L. WIGHT, Pret. S. 13. ROSE, Beo.
Uapt. J. A. KINU, rortsupt.
Will leave Honolulu at 10 A. M., tonching at
Labalnn, Maalaea Ray and Makena the
same day; MnUukonn, Kawalhaoand Lau
paboehoe tbo following day, arriving al
llilo tbo same evening.
LIA.VXS UOROLULU. ABBIVI8 HONOLDLU.
Friday Sopt 2
Tuesday Sept 13
Friday Sopt 23
Tuesday Out 4
Friday Oct 14
Tuesday Oct 25
Friday Nov 4
- Aug 30
.. Oct 21
Returning, will loavo Uilo at 1 o'clock
p. M., toucblug at Lanpaboeboo, Mahu
kona and Kawnibao name day; Makena,
Maalaoa Day and Labsina tbo following
day; arriving at Honolulu tbo afternoon)
of Tuesday and Fridays.
Will call at Poboikl, Panoj
JmTNo Freight will be received after
9 a . m. on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday at 6 p. m,
touching at Kabulni, liana, Uamoaand
Kipahulu, Maul. Returning arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nan, Kaupo, on second trlf
of each month.
gJ&Ko Freight will be received aftei
4 p. M. 01 day of sailing.
This O impany will roBerves tho right to
make ohaages in the timo of departure and
arrival of its steamers without notloe and
it will not ba responsible for any conse
quoncoB arising thorofrom.
Consignees must be at the Landings to
receive their Freight; this Company will
not hold itself responsible for freight alter
it has been landed.
Live Stook only at owner's risk.
This Company will not be responsible
for Money or Valuables of passengers
unioss placed in tue care 01 rursers.
Packagos containing orwonal oluicts,
wbothor shlpiHid as baggage or freight,
if tho contonts thereof exceed $100.00 In
value, must h.ivo tho valuo thoroof
plainly stated and inarkod, and tho
Company will not hold itsolf liablo for
any loss or damago In oxeoss of this
sum oxcopt tho goods bo shipped undor
a special contract.
All omployoos of tho Company aro
forhlddou to rccolvo freight without do-
llvorlng a shipping receipt thorefor In
tho form proscrluod by tlio Company
and which may bo soon by shippers
upon application to the pursers of tho
Shlppors aro notified that If froight Is
shipped without such rocolpt, It will bo
sololy at tho risk of tho shlmwr.
Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. Those failing to
do so will be subject to an additional
chargo of twenty-live par cent.
A GOOD THING
4 XJ S--C
Ohia, Algeroba and Pine Firewood
Cut and Split (ready for the Stove).
STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COAL
WHITE AND DLA0K SAND
At Lowest Trices, dollverod to any part ol
WKtEPHONB 1 I I 414
HUSTAOE & CO.,
31 Queen Street.
Book and Job Printer
Morobant Street, Honolulu, H. I,
Over Hawaiian Nows Company's
I3ook Rtorn. my 18,
AJJItlonal, anJ the tttcst ShlpflnR News, will be
found on the eighth page
4q I mV
S a -. rs
Tho Standard time whistle sounds at
12h. 0m. 0s. (midnight), Greenwich
time, which Is lit. 30m. p. 111. of Ha
waiian Standard time.
MOVEMENTS OF 8TEAME118.
Steamers duo and to sail tomorrow
and for tho next six days aro as fol
Steamers. Fiiom. Due.
MnunaLoa Maul undIIavall...Scpt 0
Upolu Kolmla and Kona Sept 0
Klnau Maul and Hawaii BeptO
Australia San Francisco Sept 0
Relglo Sail Franoisco Sept 10
Lchua Molokal and Lnnal Sept lo
Mlkahala IC111111I Sept 11
Claudlno Maul Sept 11
Monna San Francisco Sept 14
Steamers. Fon. Sails.
Claudlne Mnui Sept 0
Mlkahala Kauai SeptO
Iwa Makena Sept 0
MaunaLoa Maul and HawalUSeptO
Relgic China and Japan Sept 10
Upolu Kohaht and Kona Sept 13
Klnau Maul and Hawaii Sept 13
Australia San Francisco Sept 13
Moana Colonies Sept 14
Chronlo Dlnrrliora Curetl.
Tbis is to certify that I bavo
bad chronic dinrrboea over since
tbo war. I cot so weak I could
bardly walk or do anytbing, One
bottlo of Chamberlains Colic,
Cbolora and Diarrhoea Remedy
cured mo sound aud woll.
J. It. Gibbs, Fiucastle, Va.
I bad chronic diarrboea for
twolvo years. Throe bottles of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cbolcra and
Diarrboea Boraedy cured mo.
8. L. Shaver, Fincnstlo, Va.
Both Mr. Gibbs and Mr. Shaver
aro prominent fnrmors and reside
nenr Fincastlo, Va. They pro
cured tbo remedy from Mr. W. E.
Cnsper, a druggist of tbat pbico,
who is woll acquainted with thorn
and will vouch for tlio truth of
tboir statements. For salo by all
dealers, Benson, Smith ifc Co.,
BEST OF MEATS.
Famlllos desiring tender roasts,
Juicy steaks and chops should
call 011 tho
Central Meat Market
Wo mako a socially of family trado
and sell the lost at reasonable
H E. GARES, Proprietor.
21 1 Nuiianu St.
IOSEPH TINKER, Propr.
Family and Siiii'I'ino Rutoiieh.
Poultry and the choicostof meats kept.
Vegotablos frosh ovory morning.
ll oruors quIcKIy tlollverou.
METBOPOLITAH MAT CO.
108 KING STltEET.
G. J. WALiiEit, : : Manaqeii
Wholosiilo and llotnil
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Mefoopoliu&ii IjBuu (Jo.
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H ? E -E
6 7.U2 U.25
Oj 8.22 7.30
7' 0.29 0.55
8 10.3!) 11.68
10 12.20 12.50
11 1.02 1.42
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
There is one stawaway
Tbero aro at prosont 10 Bailing
vesela, 3 transports and 1 raan-of
war in port.
Tbo American bark Sea King
sailed for Nnuaitno, B O, in bal
Tbo atiuospboro wns so clear
this foronoon that tbo Mauna Loa
was sighted of Molokai, this at
0 :'20 o'clock.
Second Sloward Thomas of tbo
Scaudin, is well known in Hono
lulu. Ho used to bo night man
on the Australia.
Tboro aro no voasuls at tbo rail
rond wharf now. Tbis is tbo first
timo in a long wbilo tbat sucb a
tbing has happened.
As was stated in tlio Bulletin
yesterday, tho Arizona will not
sail until tomorrow or next day,
statements to tbo contrary not
withstanding. Sbo will haul
Tho schooner Eliza Miller will
sail for Washington nnd Fan
ning s jblauds at -1pm today.
ueo uroigana tamily will bo pas
songors Tho Eliza Miller will
mako Tannings' in about a weok.
Tho S O Allon is at tho old
fisbmarkot wharf waiting pationt
ly for more sngnr. She already
has 8000 bags aboard. Tbo Aus
trnlin bus somowhat knocked cal
culations in tbo bead ne sbo will
take sugar tbat was meant for tbo
For Kilaues, por stmr Keaubou,
Sopt 50 von Hamin, J O Davis.
For Kapan, por stmr James
Makee, Sept 5 Col It O Spalding,
E 1' Dole, S X Hundley and wifo,
Miss M A Parker, Miss U litiidt.
Iuaiieiii;i.r Trm W. I
Tho following passengers aroi
booked to leave for San Francisco
on tho Alameda, Septomber 11:
Miss E It Ladd, G II Mead,
wifo and child, Mrs I nnd
family, Miss K Camp. Miss Alico
Joues, C M Cooke, Jr, A D Bald
win, 1' 1' Baldwin, llov aud MrB
Usborne, Gordon Usborne, Cru
zan Usbomo, Mr and Mrs F A
Scbaofcr, Miss Irmgard Scbaefor,
Mrs L D Snyder and child, John
Dyer, Paul F Do La VerL'uo, MiBS
Sarah Itobortson, Mrs Brabant
and child, Alex Allen, Mies E M
Wallace, Mrs S Both and 2 cbil
dren, Miss ltoso Both, Miss L
Both, Mr nnd Mrs Geo MuLood,
Mis HorrickjMrs S M Ballou, Mrs
Alleyne Jones, Mrs J F CIay,B B
Banning, E T Sedenholm, Mr and
Mrs Fogg, Mrs F E "Wells and
daughter, P K Hickoy,H Xappon-
liack, li T DulTy, wire aud child,E
M O'Brien, Francis Brooks, Mrs
Sarah Savidge, Mrs Herbert Gar
stin, nurso aud 2 children, Miss
Ethol Gay, Mrs Alico Bix, Master
Itix, U J Mortou aud wifo, Major
Cicott,Geo M Babcouk.ll Sobultz,
HBGohr, S Ehrlicb. MrsFS
Pratt, Miss Eva Pratt.J It Jleyerd,
Miss Helen W Kimball, Miss
Daisy O. Kimball, Mita Annie
Boss, Miss Xollio Kitchen, Miss
Alico Kitchen, Miss Curtis, A Z
Meivort, Senator Morgan, Miss
Anna Case, JM Miller, Miss Cor
Tho Australia bookings aro as
Mrs TE Wells, Miss EM
Wallace, Mrs Ivors, Mies Fuller,
Mrs Irwin and daughter, O A
Arnholt, Mr Baas, Geo Hogg,Miss
Lewis, Mies Hogg, Gou'l Merriam
and sou, A Machillof, J L Torbin,
J F Jackj It F Laugo, Mrs A
Barnes, Lieut Graves; Lieut Bou-
This ovor popular Itauier beor
is becoming a household word
and "will you bavo a glass of
Seattle" is moro ofton hoard than
anything olso. Tho Ctitcrion
Saloon bavo tbo boor on tap or iu
Meobauicu' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, woek or month, 'forma: 26
and CO conts por night. $1, and
1.26 nor wenk.
Beware of "cheap" ball
ing powders. Alum makes
good medicine but bad food.
Ask your doctor.
Agents for following
The Juvenile Elfjne
Also Bicycle Sundries, sxxoli as
Tires, Rims, Spokes, Lamps. Etc.
If you don't know what you want, our bicycle man,
R. C. Geer, will help you out.
The City Furniture Store
Artistic Reed Chairs,
Just 'ccelvei! at tho CITY FURNITURE STORE, Love HuIIding, 634
and 536 Fort Street.
gjtT Call and Inspect them before It Is loo late.
II. II. WILLIAMS,
OFFIOK840 1 : TELEPHONES
WE AKE SOLE
TBBITOA v WATOR I
A NATURAL MEDICAL SPRING- WATER
for Indigestion, Liver Complaint, Diseases of tbo Kidney
and Bluddor, Skin Eruptions, Etc., Etc
Benson, Smith. & Co.,
Corner Fort and Hotol Streets.
Celebrate the Raising of the Flag!
IN DOING SO ItEMEAUJEIl THE IMPORT
ANCE OF THE EVENT, AND DRINK
ONLY THE VE11Y BEST.
" Pommery Sec " Champagne
MEETS THE CONDITIONS FULLY.
For Salo oy
W. C. PEACOCK & CO.,Lta
lot of those
Rockers, Tables, Etc.
: : Residknoe Mb