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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SEI'TEMDElt 11, 1898.
Lines of Travel.
Oceanic Steamship Company.
Tho Fine Passenger Stoamors of This Liuo "Will Arrive at ant
Leave This Port as Horoundor.
Prom San Franolsco:
MARIPOSA August 17
MOANA 8etombur U
ALAMEDA Oclflbcr 12
For San BVanoisco:
MOANA. August 17
ALAMEDA September U
MARIPOSA October 11
In connection with tho Bailing of tho above steamers, tho Agent,
aro proparod to iBsuo, to intending passengers, coupon throngi
tiokots by any railroad from San Francisco, to all points in tb
United States, and from Now York by any steamship lino to al
For further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
AJJIHunil, and the laitat Shipping Nfw, lll
lounJ nn Hit eighth page
p. III. m. 111.
Lin of Travel.
O. R. & L. . Co.
TRAINS. '" TV
Lines of Travel.
Wafer. Steamship Co's
6 t ol 8 : 40
7 I !
io : 59
II 1 1
I I 10
F. C. Smith, Gen'l Puss. & Ticket
Q. P. Dn.NisoN, Superintendent.
Told in Pictures !
iams Has Thei
Tho following aro boiiio of tho viows :
Olflolal Landing of Troops.
Frosontlng Rowland's Resolution to
Ex-Prosldont Dolo by t Ex-Minister
Lowering of ono Flag and tho Raising
of tho othor.
Last shot of tho 21 saluting the Flag.
All lncldonts oonnoctod with the coro
At the old stand In Fort Btreet.
0. L. WIGHT, Fret. B. D. BOSE.Beo.
Oapt. J. A. KINO, FortBupt.
Will leTe Honolulu every Tuesday at 10
o'clock a. x., tonohtng at Lahaina, Maa
lata Bay and Makena the aame day
Makakooa, Eawalhae and Lanpaboehoe
the following day, arching at Hilo on
lletuming, will gall from Hilo every
Friday ut 8 o'clock p. it., touching at
Lanpahoehoe, Mauukona and Kawalhao
same day: Makenr, Maalaea bay and
Lahalna the following day; arriving at
uouoium ounuHV A ju.
- mil eon at l'onoiki, rnna, on the
second trip ol each niouih, arriving
tlicru on the moriilnir of Hie day of
sailing from Hllo to Honolulu.
The popular rouiu tn ttie Volcano Is
via Hllo. A good carriage road the
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday at Sp.m.i
touching at Kahulni, liana, Ilamoaand
Kipahnln, Maui, iteturning arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call nt Nun, Eaupo, on Bcoond tri)
of eaeh month.
HNo Freight will be received aftei
4 r. h. on day of sailing.
This 0 impany will reserves the right to
make chances in tho time of departure and
arrival of its steamers without notloe anJ
it will not bs responsible for anybonsc
quoncoa arising therefrom.
Consignees must be at the Landings to
receive their Freight; this Company will
not hold Itself responsible for freight after
it has been landed.
Live Stoek only at owner's risk.
This Company will not be responsibU
for Money or Valuables of passenger
unless placed in the care of Pursers.
Packagos containing personal ofibcts,
whothor shipped as baggage or freight,
if tho contents thereof ozcoed $100.00 n
yaluo, must havo tho value thoreof
plainly stated and marked, and tho
Company will not hold Iteolf Hablo for
any loss or daniago In oxcoss of this
Bum oxcopt tho goods bo shlppod under
a special contract.
All omployoos of tho Company aro
forbidden to rocoho freight without de
livering a shipping receipt thorofor In
tho form proscribed by liio Company
and which may bo soon by shippers
upon application to tho pursors of tho
Shippers aro not Mod that If frolght is
shlppod without such rocolpt, It will bo
Bololy at tho risk of tho shipper.
Passengers are requested to purohaM
tloketa before embarking. Those failing to
do so will be snbjeot to an additional
charge of twenty-live per cent.
The Standard time whistle Bounds at
12h. Om. Os. (midnight), Greenwich
time, which Is Hi. 30m. p. ni. of Ha
waiian Standard time.
MOVEMENTS OF 8TEAMEP.8.
Steamers duo and to sail tomorrow
and for tho next six days are as fol
8tbambrs. From. Dub.
Mnana San Francisco Sept 14
Al lnicda Brilnpv Sept 14
MaunaLoa Maul andHawall.Sept 18
lunnu Maul ana Hawaii.. ....nept it
Lehua Molokal and Lanal Sept 17
W G Hall Kauai Sent 18
Claudlno Maul." ...Sept 18
Upolu Koliala ami Kona Jdepi xo
Btbambrs. For. Bails.
Australia San Francisco Sept 12
UikjIu Koliala and Kona Sept 13
Klnau Maul and Hawaii Sept 13
Claudlne Maul. ,f. Sept 13
W G Hall Kauai Sept 13
Alameda San Francisco Sept 14
Moana Colonies Sept 14
MaunaLoa Maul and Hawail.Scpt20
Chromfte Diarrhoea Cured.
This is to certify that I havo
had chronic diarrhoea ever since
tho war. I got so weak I could
hardly 'walk or do anything, Ono
bottle of Cha'mberlain's Colic,
Oholora and Diarrhoea Remedy
cured mo sound and well.
J. It. Uibbs, Fincastlo, V.
I had chronic diarrhoea for
twelvo years. Throo bottles of
Obamberlnin's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Rotnedy cured mo.
S. L. Shaver, Fincastlo. Va.
Both Mr. Gibbs and Mr. Shaver
aro prominont farmers nnd reside
near Fincastlo, Va. They pro
cured tho remedy from Mr. W. E.
Casper, a druggist of that plnco,
who is well acquainted with them
nnd will voucli for tho truth, of
their statements. For sale by all
dealers, Benson, Smith & Co.,
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
Tho U 8 T 8 Tacoma sailrd for
8mii Francisco yeslordiiy after
noon. Tho Oily of Columbia may got
awiiy this nftoruoon.
Tho iiiiwiiii euilitis; this aflor
noon, will tako passengers nud
mail for Hilo.
The Alutnodii brouuht no
pnsseiicers fiom tho Colonioa.
Slip will take a largo number of
Honolulu people to San Fran
cisco. Capt Hubbard of tho S N Castle
docs not not expect to get away
until tho 20tb iust.
The schooner Pioneer nrrivoti
in Kailua, Kona, from Gray's
Harbor on September 7.
Tho Scaudia, after many delays,
sails this afternoon for Manila.
The British ship Otterpool nr
rived in Astoiia from this port,
Neah Bay Pased, September
2, British ship Grenada, from Na
nairao tor Honolulu.
Port Townsend Passed, Sep
tember 2, sohr AnrjieM Campbell,
from i'ort Ludlow for Honolulu.
The ship Iroquois arrived in
New York from this port Soptem
Tho schooner Ottillio Fjord
sailed from San Francisco for
Kahulni Septombor 4
For Kauai ports, per Btrar W G
Hall, Sept 13 Miss Alio Ewart,
Mrs 0 H Spaulding, A V Peters,
J Vincent, R Nagao, 0 B Makeo,
A Dreier,V Hancock, W Y Afong,
Geo Abboy Ako, II bkiama and
For Maui ports, per stmr Clan
dine, Sept 13 Nahiku: A Hock
ing. Kahului: J W Kalun, H P
Baldwin, L von Tempsky, J "V
Smith, 0 Sang. Haua: B K Ka
waiiion, wife and child.
For Kohnla and Konn, per stmr
Upolu, ot'pt IJ John Uind, Mil
and Mrs Stilmer.
For Sau Francisco, per 0 8 d
Alameda, Sopt 14 Miss E L
Ladd, GeoH Mead,wifo and child,
Miss Camp, Mr and Mrs John
Usborne, Gordon Usboruo, Cur
zou Usborno, John Dyer, Mrs
Brobnnt and child, Alex Allen,
Mrs J F Clay, E T Sedenholm
and wife, Mr nud Mrs Fogg, E M
O'Briou.Mnj'or Ciccot, Goo M Bab
cock, Mrs F S Pratt MisB Eva
Pratt, Mif-H Kitchen, Mine Allico
Kitchen, Mies Curtis, Miss Anna
Case, J M Miller, L E Pinkham,
OEccles, Lillian M Lemmor, Ida
C Collistor, A S le Baron Gurnoy
and wife, L H Dunham, K
Agents for following
The Juvenile Elf ill
Also Bioyole Sundries, sioli as
Tires, Rims, Spokes, Lamps, Etc.
If ypu don't know what you want, our bicycle man,
R. C. Geer, will help you out.
433 NUUANU ST.
F. ANTON SEVERIN, PROP'R.
Th. fint workman&hlD at Hie
Amateur ani koiak work solicited.
Coloring and larte work a ipeclalty,
VIEWS lor tale.
Nuuanu STBEtT, opp, Ouefij Emma Man.
r. Cabinets. Sj. -Work Neally Lxecuted,
Tim Dalrvinon's Association is AL
WAYS proparod to supply PUKH MILK
and OH1SAM In any quantities, doll vorod
to nn v nart of tho cltV.
FHiail ISLAND IJUTTEU alwayH on
ON KASY TSIWIS, LADY'S WOULD
THOYCLH, '07 MODKL, HUT LITTLK
USED. Prlco J50. For all particulars
rogardlng this bargain call at
,012 THE IHJLLCTIN OFKIOE
Powei of Atorney.
From onil after this date James
White Is nulhorl.ed to collect all ac
counts duo the Club Stttblcs, Ltd.
C. H. BELLINA,
Honolulu, Sept. lii, 18i8.' 1014-3t
Notice to Creditors,
The uudondKliod havlnir lxjon duly
appointod oxocntorof tho last will and
tostament of Aswan, dot-oaged, lato of
Honolulu, notlco Ih horoby given to all
persons having claiiiM against aaid os
tate, to prosont tholrcLilnm duly authen
ticated with proper vouchorx, If any
oxltrt, oven if tho claim Is secured by
mortgage upon real estato or othorwlHo,
at tho olllco of tho underslgnod on Nuu
anu Htroot being tho olllco formory oc
cuplod by xald Aswan, withl six
months from tho dato horoof orn tlioy
will bo forovcr barred. And all po rsons
indebted to Mid ostato aro horoby re
qiiostod to inako Itnmodlato payinont
thoroof to tho uudortilKiiod at his fuld
olllco. HOW TING,
Exocutor of tho last Will of Aswan.
Dated Honolulu, Aug. 21, 1603.
an 24, 3t-s7-U
BEST OF MEATcS.
Families desiring tender
Juicy steaks and chops
call on tho
Central Meat Market
Wo inako a Rpoclalty of family trade
and soil tho best nt reasonable
GARKS In this city, September
10, 1898, to tho wife of H. K.
Garea, u hoii.
GHAIIAM In this city, Septembor
14, 1803, to tho wlfo of W. M.
Graham, a son
. a a m iawwi i i i a
WE ARE SOLE AQ-ENTS FOR
TBROM10A v WATOB !
H. E. GARES, Proprietor:
214 Nuuanu St. Tolephono 104.
JOSEPH TINKER, Propr.
Family and Siiii'I'ino Uutchek.
Poultry and tho cholcostof meats kopt,
Vegetables fresh evory morning.
AU ordors quickly dollvorod.
A GOOD THING
Ohia. Aleeroba and Pine Firewood
Cnt and Split (roady for the Stove),
STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COAL
WHITE AND BLACK BAND
At Lowest Prices, delivered to any part ot
VSIkSPHONIS I I I i
HUSTACE & CO.,
31 Queen Street.
METROPOLITAN HUT CO.
108 KING STEEET.
J. Walleii, : : MANAar.it
"Wholesnlo and Rotnil
U'kvM Yau Ar Tried.
Without extra exertion, dull and
listless, your blood is failing to
supply to your muscles and othor
organs tho vitalizing and strength
giving propel ties .they require.
Hood's Snrni parilla cures that
tired foeling by enriohing nnd
purifying the blood. It will givo
you energy and vigor.
Hood's Pills aro easy to tako,
easy to oporato. Curo indigestion,
A NATURAL MEDICAL SPRING- WATER
for Indigestion, Liver Complaint, Disoasos of tho Kidney
and Bladder, Skin Eruptions, Etc, Etc
Benson, Smith & Co.v
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets.
GI1AHAM In this cltv, September
13, 1898, infant ion of Mr and Mrx
W M Graham
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Mefropolitiuii IVJBufi (Jo;
Oood Knouirk to Take.
The finest quality of loaf sugar
is used in tho manufacture of
ChamborUin's Cough Remedy
and tho roots used in its prepara
tion givo it a flavor similar to that
of maplo syrup, making it very
pleasant to tako, As a medicino
for tho curo of coughs, colds, la
grippe, croup and whooping cough
it is unequaled by any othor. It
always cures, and cures quickly.
For salo by all dealers, Benson,
Smith & Co., General Agonts.
AUCTION SALE OF
On THURSD AY,Sopt. 15,!98
Uy order of. I. M. Dowsott, administra
tor of tho ostato of J.I. Dowsot, I will
soil at public auction,
3 Largo Hawaiian Oanoos.
For furthor particulars Inquiro of
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Celebrate the Raising of the Flag!
BUT IN DOING SO REMECBER THE IMPORT
ANCE OF THE EVENT, AND DRINK '
ONLY THE VERY BEST.
" Pommery Sec " Champagne
MEETS THE CONDITIONS FULLY.
C. PEACOCK & CO.,Lta
COUNElt FX)UT ANI) HOTEL STS.,
TKLKi'iioNKflt Oftlco, fllOj Itosldonco,
780. Houiuc 0 a. in. to 4 p. in.
Hew Love's Hollaing, Fort Btreeti
DR. F. E. CLARK,
13-14 Progress lllock, cornor Itorotanla.
and Fort Streets, Honolulu,
Dautlriiirwlll not euro ltplf. To
Ihj fioo of Ityou must treat your
hair nnd scalp with soino remedy
Our Dandruff Killer
proparod and sold only by'us Is
Warranted to Oiiro!
Paoheco & Fernandes,
Arlington Block, ITntot S'r"t,
The Evcnimj Hull tin ",,m ALL
the news for 75 cents a month.