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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., SEPTEMBER 28, 1898.
Oceanic Steamship Company.
Tho Fine Passenger Stoamors of This Liuo Will Arrive at am'
Loavo ThiB Port as Horoundor.
From San Franoisco:
MAIUl'OSA August 17
MOAXA Beptombcr 14
ALAMEDA October 12
In connection with Iho sailing o tho abovo steamers, tho Agenti
aro prepared to issuo, to intending passengers, coupon througl
tickots by any railroad from Son Francisco, to oil points in tb
Unitod Statos, and from Now York by any steamship lino to al
For further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
Goncral Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
Lines ot Travel.
O. R. & L. Oo.
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F. C. Smith, Gon'l Pass. ,fc Tickot
0. 1. Dnxisox, Snporlntondont.
in Pictures !
Tlio following aro koiiio of tho viows :
Ofllclnl Landing of Troops.
Prosontlng Nowlaiul's Hosohitlon to
Ex-Prosldont l)olo byj; Kx-Mlnlstor
Loworlng of 0110 Flag ami tlio liaising
of tho otlior.
List Bliot of tho 21 Habiting tho Flag.
All Incldonts connoctod with tho eoro-
. At tlio old stand in Fort street.
433 XUUAXU ST.
F. ANTON SEVERIN, PROP'R.
Colorlne anJ lame ork a irfclalty. Fine ISLAND
VltWS Tor sale. The finert orkmanhlp t the
I awest prices, Amateur ani koJak wulk tolldteJ,
PUllnDi Pictures are Permanent.
Fbotoerapliic Co,, Ltt.
AimouiicuM the opening of ber
INTERPRETATION . . .
And the Higher llritnclit's of Vocal Art
Appointments inuilo 1J' lllniI 1,)X
303, or by telephone, 1 10 . 1010
lt.VTT HI Ifl
For San Francisco:
MOAXA August 17
ALAMEDA Scptomber 14
MARIPOSA October 12
Lines of Travel.
Mite Steamship Co's
0. L. WIGHT, Pre j. H. I). BOSK, Boo.
Oapt. J. A. KINO, PortSupt.
Will leavo Honolulu every Tuesday at 10
o'clock a. m., tonohlng ut Lahalna, Maa
laoa Bay and Makona the samo day;
Mahnkona, Eawathao and Lanpahoohoo
mo lonowing uay, arriving el Ullo on
Itoturnlnc. will sail from Hllo ovorv
Friday at 8 o'clock p. m., touching at
Laupahoohoe, 'Mahnkona and Kawoihno
HAino day; Makonr, Maalaoa Buy and
Lahaina tho following day; arriving at
iionoium ounnuy A. M.
" Will call at Pohoikl. Pnna. on tho
second trip of each mouth, arriving
theru on the morning of the day of
Huiiing irom ruio 10 Honolulu.
The popular route to tlio Volcano is
via Hllo. A good carriage road the
Will loavo Honolulu Tuesday at 5r.M.
toncklna At Knlmlnl. Ilnnn llmni.
Kipahuln, Maui. Itoturning arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nun, Kaupo, on second trip
of each month.
VNo Freight will he received aftoi
4 p. m. 01 day of sailing.
This 0mpany reserves tho right to
I make chaages in tho tlmo of departure and
arrival of its steamers without notice and
it will not ho responsible for anyoonse
quoncos arising thorofronii
Consignees must he at too Landings to
recolve thoir Freight; this Company will
not hold Itself responsible for freight after
It has been landed.
Live Stock only at owner's risk.
This Company will not be responsible
for Money or Valuables of passenger
unless placed in the oare of Pursers.
Packagos containing porsonal ollbcts,
whothor slilppod as baggago or freight,
If tlio contents thoroof oxcood $100.00 In
valuo, must liavo tho valuo thereof
plainly statue! and innrkod, nnd tho
Company will not hold ltsolf llablo for
any loss or damago In oxcess of thlH
sum oxcopt tho goods bo tdilppod uudor
a special contract.
All omployoos of tho Company aro
forbidden to rocolvo freight without do
llvorlng a shipping reeolpt thorofor In
tho form prescribed by tho Company
and which may bo noon by shippers
upon application to tho pursors of tho
Shippers 11 ro notlllod that If freight Is
shipped without such rocolpt, It will bo
solely at tho risk of tho slilnjior.
Passongors aro requested to purchase
tiokotn before embarking. Those falling to
do ho will bo Bubjoot to an additional
ohargo of twonty-llvo por cont.
T. B. CLAPHAM,
Olllco : Hotol Stablos. Calls, day or
night, promptly answorod. Spoclaltlos:
ObstctrU'H and Uiiuouoss. 1005
GraJuate ol AUGIII University, Montreal.
Has had ten ears practical experience In the treat
ment ot Horses, Cattle and Domestic Pets In the
Orders left at Club or Pantheon Stables will be
received and promptly attended tu.
Office f,10 Fori St. Telephone 785
Office anil Infirmary, - 863 King St.
taST Modern and Humane Treatment,
" 1 u lnt.ll
Adiltlonal, nJ the latest Shirring News, will be
founJ on tlie eighth pnge
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The Standard time whistle Bounds tit
12h. Om. Os. (midnight), Greenwich
time, which Is Hi. 30m. p. m. of Ha
waiian Standard time.
MOVEMENTS OF BTEAMEU8.
Steamers duo mid to sail tomorrow
and for the next six days are as fol
Bteameiis. From. Due.
Wnrrlmoo Sytlney Sept 28
Australia San Francisco Sept 30
Miowera Victoria Hept 30
Upolu Kohala nnd Komi Sept 30
Aztec Yokohama Oct 1
Lchua Molokui nnd Lauai Oct 1
Klnnu Maul anil Hawaii Oct 1
W OJ Hall Kauai Oct 2
Clautllne Maul Oct 2
Mlknhala Mnul and Hawaii Oct 7
Steam Ens. Foit. Sails.
U S T Valencia Sept 28
Warrl moo Victoria Sept 28
iMiowera sytiney. sept 30
Mlkahala Hnwiili and Maul. ..Sept 30
Aztec San Francisco Oct 1
Lehtia Moloktii tinil Initial Oct 3
Upolu Kohalti mid Koirn Oct 4
Australia San Francisco Oct 4
Klnau Maul and Hawaii Oct 4
Clautllne Maul Oct 4
W O Hnll Kauai Oct 4
Chronic llliirrlioeu Curtil,
This is to certify that 1 have
hnd chronic diarrhoea ovor since
tho war. I pot so weak I could
hardly ;valk or do anything, Ono
bottlo of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Komedy
cured mo sound and woll.
J. It. Gibbs, Fincaetlc, Yn.
I had chronic diarrhoea for
twelve- years. Three bottles of
Cliamborlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Romedy cured mo.
S. L. Shaver, i'incastlo, Ya.
Both Mr. Qibbs and Mr. Shavor
aro prominent farmers and reside
near JVincaetlo, Ya. They pro
cured tho romedy from Mr. W. E.
Casper, a druggist of that placo,
who is woll acquainted with them
nnd will vouch for tho truth of
thoir Btntomonts. For enlo by all
doalors, Benson, Smith & Co.,
BEST OF MEATS.
Families desiring tendor ro,ists,
Juicy steaks and chops should
call on the
Central Meat Market
Wo nuiko a sjM'claUy of family trado
anil sell tho lnsst at rcasonablo
H. E. GARES, Proprietor.
JOSEPH TINKER, Propr.
Family and Shipping Uutchkh.
f Poultry and tho choinestof meats kept,
j Vogotablos fresh ovory morning.
L All orders quickly dollverod.
1007 TELEPHONE 289
110P0LM MAT CO.
108 KING STHBET.
G. J. "Walleii, : : Manaoeu
AVholosalo and Botail
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
ffletnopolitan Weafc Jo,
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT'
The Mikalmlti is expected back
from Kauai ports tomorrow morn
ing. Sho will sail on Friday
morning, tnkiug the Mauna Loa's
routo as tho latter will have to go
on tho marine railway for a clean
ing. Tho schooner Waialua, while
making hor way out of tho chan
nel yeslorday afternoon, wont
ashore raakai of tho lighthouBO
but was got oft" in a short timo
with tho help ot tho tugboat Elou.
For Kauai, per stmr W G Flail,
Sept 27-L Knhllmum, II Water
houBo, W II Tell and wife, Mrs O
F Hart, Mailo Heave, Mrs F W
Moior, II W Schmidt, S W Wil
cox, Miss E Hart, Miss E Tai
Towl, W Bludorn, Mill Toll, O
Whitney, D Maccni.
For Lahnina, per stmr Kauni,
Sopt 27-J S McCaudless.
For Maui ports, por Btmr Clau
dine, Sept 27 Kahului: Miss
Aloxajulor, L von Tompsky, A N
Jones, Father James, Mrs FGr
roira, Mrs Wagner. liana: (Joo
Cooper, Miss Thomns, J P Ua
kuofo. with tiii: soldi i:hs.
IiK'liliiita nml Hcnea In the New York"
Thero wore many peoplo out to
sou tho dress parado of tho Now
York Bcgimont on tho Kapiolani
Park onclosuro yostorday aftor
noon. Tho appoaranco mado by
the men wasoxcollont. Tho band
led by bandmaster von der Moh
don, playod soma excellent selec
tions. Col. Harbor was in Ins
usual place. Upon returning to
camp n very large sized yell was
started. Somoono had spread tlio
roport that tho boys wore to bu
It is a fact that tho Now Yorkers
havo not reeoived 0110 cont of
money sinco thoir arriva1 in Ho
nolulu aud tho majority of tho
soldiers aro beginning to mutter.
They cannot seo any excuso for
holding back thoir money.
In ono of tho Biughamtou com
pany tents yosterday was found a
corporal vory ill with fover. Ho
stated that ho hud been in a bad
way for two or throo days but
that ho was novortholoss mado to
answer to roll call regularly.
Tho corporal mado tho follow
ing romark that shows what free
dom tlio boys fool about going to
Col. Barber direct with any griev
ances they may havo: "If I am
not sout to tho hospital tomorrow,
1 shall go right to tho Colouol.
Ho will see that I am taken caro
Farther up tho company street
was a privato Bitting by his -tent
door with vory much of a woo
begone look on his face. Asked a
sergeant of him, "what's tho mat
ter old man ?" With 11 tone of
disgust tho privato answered:
"Oh, hang it all, ray bones aeho."
It is no ond of fun to watch tho
mou of tho various companies as
thoy file fast with their plates and
baud them out for whatever might
happen to bo thore.
As ono fellow wont to tho soup
tiu, a big raw-boned follow poured
a ladol tilled with tho steaming
food into his cup. Thoro was too
much for the man and ho started
to pour soino back when tho raw
boned mau shouted, "Don't be
pouring that dnrnod stuff back in
horo of you don't want it."
Whothor this romark was prompt
od by laziness on somo other fool
ing, is hard to toll.
However, thoro aro likuwiso
somo pathetic incidonts in con
nection with this passing by of
soldiors at meal tirnos. One was
noticed yostorday. A poor follow,
with ovory appearance of home
sicknoss, walked past tho man
with tho tiu of sugar and asked:
"Ploaso may 1 havo my Btigar
on my rico instead of in my tea ?"
"No," camo tho gruff aiiHwor.
"You will take it in your tea or
not at all." Tho poor fellow saiil
nothing but walked ou with
tho samo measured step and sad
look to tho rough tablo, whom ho
sat down and ato thorico in silonco.
Why ho could not havo had his
sugar on his rico, a thing that
might have talpod to choor him
up just a littlo, is ono of tho httlo
inconsistencies that tako placo in
camp ovory day.
Tho TUlryiiioii'N Association Is AL
WAYS proparod to mipply 1'L'HK MILK
and (.'lir.A.M In any quantities, dolivorod
to tiny ptrt of tho city.
1'Itr.SIl ISLAND 1IUTTKK always on
The Jhtlletin, 76c per month.
Agents for following
The Juvenile ElflflC
Also Bicycle Sundries, svicli els
Tires, Rims, Spokes, Lamps, Etc.
If you don't know what you want, our bicycle man,
R. C. Geer, will help you out.
WE ARE SOLE
A NATURAL MEDICAL SPRING WATEE
for Indigostion, Livor Complaint, Disoascs of tho Kiduoy
and Bladdor, Skin Eruptions, Etc., Etc.
Benson, Smith & Co.j
Corner Fort and Hotol Streets.
Hirano! Hirano! Hirano!
A Natural and EIFurvesceut Alinoral "Water.
Bottled in its natural state at Hirano Springs.
Highest Award World's Fair in 1893, Medal andDiploma.
"An Alkaline "Water, woll-cnrboimtcd and well-bottled,
pornianont in quality, clear and sparkling, a Jgood kiblo
water." So said tlio officials at tlio Fair.
For Sale "toy
W. C. PEACOCK & CO.,Ltu
Dandriill'wIIl not euro UkoU. To
ho freo of Ityou must treat your
hair and walp with Homo remedy
Our Dandruff Killer
propared and sold only hy 11s Is
Warranted to Curo !
Paoheco & Fernandes,
ArlliiBton Hlook, Hotel Stroot.
The Hullutin is a newspaper; it pub
lishes the news.
Holders of water privileges, or tliowo
paying water rates, are ln-reby 110U
lled that the hours for irrigation pur
poses aro from ti to s oYlui-k a. 111. tuitl
from I to 0 11'eloeK in.
II. Holders of ,ur privileges on
the slopes of I'uin imwl above Oreen
utreet, and In Nittiauti Valley iihovo
.School Htreet are hereby not I lied that
they will not ! restrleted to tho irrl
C'ttioii hours of 0 to 8 a. 111. and I to
ti p. 111., nut will bo allowed to Irrigate
wheiieverniillleleiit water iHiivallalilo,
provided that they do not two tho
watei for in luuttoii purposes for more
than four hour In every twenty-four.
hunt. Honolulu Waterworks.
Approved: J. A. ICING,
Minlstor of Interior.
Honolulu, II. 1., Sopt. 7, 1898