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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. 1., OCTOBER 1, 1UU8.
Oceanic Steamship Company.
Tho Fino FaBseugor Steamers
Loavo This Port as Iloroundor.
From San Francisco:
MAKIl'GSA August 17
MOANA September 1 1
ALAMEDA October 12
In connection with the sailing of tbo abovo steamers, tbo Agenti
aro prepared to issuo, to intending passengers, coupon tbrongl
tickots by any railroad from San Francisco, to all points in tb'
Unitod States, and from Now York by any steamship lino to all
For further particulars apply to
Wm. (J. Irwin & Co., Limited
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
Lines of Travel.
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l- C. Smith, C.oti'l Vus.
O. I. Ijknimon, Superintendent
The following are some of tbo Mews:
Oniclnl Uuitllug of Troops.
l'resontlng Ke land's llosolutlon to
Kx-l'iosldent Dole r2 llc-Mlnlstur
Lowering of ono l'l.tg and tbo liaising
of tbo other.
List Nbot of tbo 21 Minting tho Flag,
All Incidents eonnoctod with tbo cere
At the old stand In Fort street.
18:i XUUAXU ST.
F. Anton Severin, Prop'r.
Colorlnir anJIarce work a specialty. Hno ISLAND
VIbWS tor sale. The finest workmanship t tlio
I onest rrlces. Amateur anJ kuJak work solicited,
FlatiEM Pictures are PermanenL
Pliolosrapliic Co., Ltd,
Announces the opening of her
INTERPRETATION . . .
And tho I Uglier llraiiohen of Vocal A rt
Appointments made by mall, box
30S, or by telephone, 110. 10'0
O. E, & L. Co.
o This Liuo "Will Arrivo at ant
For San Francisco:
IMOANA August 17
ALAMEDA September 14
MARIPOSA October 12
Lines of Travel.
Wife's Steamship Co's
WIGHT, l'rc. 8. U. HOSE, Boo.
Japt. J. A. JUNU, rortbupt.
Will ltmvo Ilouolala every Tu "lay at 10
o'clock a. m., touching 11 1 Lnhnitm, Man
Inoa liny find Mnkonn tbe sumo day;
Mnhukonn, Knwnthiio nnd Lanpnhoclioo
tbo following Any, arriving at IIllo on
Upturning, will sail from IIHo ovory
Friday ut 8 o'clock p. m., touching at
Lnnpaboohoc, Mnhubonn and Knwnlbno
Hauio dny; Makeup, Manlnea Hay ntul
Labnina tbo following day; nrrivmR at
Honolulu Sunday a. M.
" Will call nt I'obolki, I'nnn, on tbo
second trip of encb month, arriving
there on the innniliiu of the tiny of
HailliiR from IIllo to Honolulu.
The popular route to the Volcano Is
via IIllo. A good carriage wail tho
Will lonvo Honolulu Tuesday at 6 p. m.j
touching at Knhulni, liana, Uanionand
Kipnbalu, Haul. iloturning arrives at
Honolulu Sunday morning
Will mil nt Nou, Knupo, on Heconil trip
of oncb montb.
M7No Freight will bo rocoivod after
p m o'i rtny of "Mline.
Tbia Cimpnny rosorvos tbo rigbt to
I mako chnngoH in tbo time of departure nnd
arrival ol its steamers wituont notice nud
it will not bo rosponsiblo for any const
qnoncos arising therefrom.
ConsigneoH must bo at tbo Landings to
rccolvo tbeir Freight; this Company will
not bold itself responsible for froigbt aftoi
It lias noon landed.
Live Stook only nt owner's risk.
Tbis Company will not bo responsiblt
for Money or Valuables of pnssongort
nnloss placed in tbe care of Pursers.
Packages containing personal elfects,
whether shipped as baggage or freight,
If the contents thereof exceed $100.00 in
value, must hnvo tbo value tberoof
pi. il nly stated and marked, and tho
Company will not bold itself liable for
any loss or d.tinago In excess of this
sum except tbe goods bo shipped under
a special contract.
All employees of tbo Coiuiany nro
forbidden to receive freight without de
llerlng a shipping receipt tbeiefor In
tbo form proscribed by the Company
and which may bo seen by shippers
upon application to tho pursors of the
Sblpjiers aro notified that If freight is
shipped without such receipt, It will bo
solely at tbo risk of tbo shipper.
l'ussoncorn aro remiestoct to purchase
tickets beforo ombnrkiugi Those millDg to
do so will bo subject to on additional
obargo of twonty-livo per centi
T. B. CLAPHAM,
OlUce : Hotel Stables. Calls, day or
night, promptly answeied. .Specialties:
Obstetrics and l-anionoss. 1005
GraJuate ut Midil) 1'nlvcrsity, Montreal
His haJ ten eir praitu i experience In the treat
mint ol Horses. Cattk ani Domeitl. I'et In the
Orders left at Club or Pantheon Stables will U;
received anJ protnptl atdnJeJ tu.
Office .rilOFoi-t SI. Telephone 7S,r
Office and Infirmary, 863 King St.
tQF Modorn and Humane Treatment.
AJJIlinn.il anJ the latest Shipping New will be
fntinJ on the eighth riff"
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a. 111. 'p. m. a.m.
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28 2.11 2.10
a. 111. 11.111
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30, 3.5(1 3.51
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The Standard time whistle sounds at
12h. (Iin. (K (midnight), Greenwich
time, which is lh. 30m. p. in. of Ha
waiian Standard time.
MOVEMENTS OF 8TEAMEK9.
Steamers due nnd to sail tomorrow
and for tho next six days are as fol
Steam Ens. Fhom. Due.
Australia San Francisco Oct 1
Aztec Yokohama Oct 1
Lehua Molokal and Luiuil Oct 1
Kinati Hawaii and Maui Oct 1
WO Hall Kauai Oct 2
Claudlne Maul Oct 2
Mikahaia Maul and Hawaii ....Oct 7
City of Peking
Aztec San Francisco
Lehua Molokal and Lanal...
Upolu Kohala and Komi...
Australia San Francisco
Kliiuit Mntit and Hawaii Oct 4
Claudlne Maul Oct I
W tl Hall Kauai Oct 4
City of Peking Yokohama Oct 8
Doric San FrancNco Oct 11
Mauna Lou Kona Oct 11
The band will play the follow
ing music at tho last concert be
foro tho vocation, on Miikcoislaud
at the usual hour tomorrow aftor
noon: I'AKT I.
The Old Hundred.
Overture Military Kllng
Largo Xerxes Handel
Paraphrase Hen Holt Ilrodc
(inind Selection Marl tana Wallace
Cornet Solo Th.it Low, Soft lie-
.Mr. Charles Kretlter.
Introduction Lohengrin A uglier
lnterme.o Cavalleria Itiistlcaua
The Stai i'tKingk-,1 Iianuer.
American MesHongor service.
MiiHonic TemplolVlephouo 111.
BEST OF MEATS.
Families desiring tender roasts,
Juicy steaks and chops should
call on the
Central Meat Market
We umbo a specialty of family trado
and sell the best at reasouablo
H. E. GARES, Proprietor.
211 Xuiiauu St. Telephone 101.
JOSEPH TINKER, Propr
Family and Siiii'PiMi Hi"icin:n.
f 1'otlHry mid tbe choicest ;
Vegetables fresh every u
(.All orders ipilckly delle
of meats kept.
10S KING STHEET.
G. J. AValleh, : : Manaqek
AVholesolo ntul llotnil
Naw Goaitr actors.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Mefoopoliten as do.
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
The Kinnu is duo from Muni
nnd llhwuii ports tonight.
Tlio brip; (JotiHtiolo sailed from
Sun Francisco fui IMiihukoia Hep i
The Hrilish stfamcr Coudor sail
oil from San Francisco for Mauilu
on the lStti hint.
Tho Wurrimoo did not pet away
for Vancouver and Victoria until 1
o'clock yesterday morning.
The Keauhou will return to IJa
makua at 12 m Monday ami the
James Makoe to Knpau at 4 p ui
on the eamn day.
Tho schooner John G North
sailed from San Francisco for Ho
noiptt with a caro of general mer
chandise, September IS.
Tho bark Helen Denny sailed
from Newcastle, N S W, for tbis
port August 11. She should be
hero itisido of a fortnight.
Tho China brings word of the
Zcalandia. Her injuries, received
in a typhoon, wero quite serious,
and it will bo some time before
she is ready to continue her voy
age. S F Chronicle.
Tho Santiago and C D Bryant
for Iiilo aud tho lrmgard ami An
drew Welch for Honolulu, have
been chartered to load, aud tho 11
F lo'thot and Mauna Ala woro to
hnvo sailed for this port on tho
Tho followinc vessels hnvo boon
chartored in Newcastle, N S W, to
load conl for this uort: BktusCity
of Adelaide, Echo nnd Kato Flick-
ingor; bks Dominion and MclSenr;
schrsMuriol and Definnco; sps le
public and Hawaiian Islos.
Tho bark 0 D Bryant, which ar
rived on Saturday night from Ho
nolulu, brought up two soldiers
who had stowed away in Hinolu
hi. They wont down in the Peru,
but neglected to remain on bon'd
when that steamer loft jlnmli'lii
lor .Manila, where there wits c-n I
sidorablo prospect of lighting. Th
captain of tho 15ryt it jmt them
ashore hero soon nftur hi3 ariival.
S F Chroniclo.
Tho OSS Australia, Iloiullotto
coinniniidar, arrived in port this
mnruiug as predictetl in the Bul
letin. Her pnssongcr and freight
accommodations wero both tuxctl
to tho vttmunt. l'tiroor McCombp
kindly furnished tho following ro
port: Left San Frnncirco. Sent
til, 189S, at 2pm with r.2 cabin
anil 1 1 siecrago passengers; isu
oS bngs mail. li)erienced moder
nto to strong S E winds until Sept
20. Thenco to port, inotlerato to
strong trado winds, equally aud
rainy. Arrived in Honolulu, Oct 1,
1S'.)3. Timo (5 days, l(i hours and
Tho bark Alclon Besse, which
arrived yesterday, twenty-two days
from Honolulu, had a mot-t un
usual exiiorience off this conbt.
Sho was for over five days within
200 milos of tho Golden Gato.
There was no wind, and by tho
timo tho wind did como Captain
Potter had almost given up hope
of ever reaching San Francisco.
On September Kith, at 8 pm, when
about 180 milos west of tho Fnrnl
loues, tho Alden Besse encount
ered a heavy oleetrio storm. Thund
er roared and lightning turned tho
night into day. Hitivy showors of
rain fell at rrcquout intervals, but
absolutely no wind accompanied
tho storm. Tho storm continued
until 10 a m of the 17th, and Cap
tain Pottorsuys thatthooceiirrenco
was tho strangest ho had evor ex
perienced. S F Chronicle.
From San Franci-co, por OSS
Australia, Oetl John Alger, D L
Austin, A O Banning and wife, F
T Bennett, Bobt Birnio.DE Bum n,
Miss T U llrowu, Miss ( Brown,
DrD A Oarmichnol, U S M II S;
C M Cooke, Mibs M Egnu,
Miss M C Farrell, C M Curtis,
Mis 0 J Fishel, E W Fuller,
T tJosliner, A Haneborg, A lienor,
E E Henry, Phil Hirsch, Vrn C C
Hoffinnn, J D Holt, G A Howard,
Jr. Dr E L Hutchinson, Allen
Hyde, MiesFHjdo. Fred A Ja
cobs, S B Konfiold, J It Kiiclmr, P
Lowie, A A Long, J H MeDo
noagh, A McPbotiiilgo.JiiH ()Con
noil, Mrs F M Ostrom, Jas Push,
C .) do Boo and wife, Mrs J G
Hrthwoll, YV Schneider, S AV
Schwab, Miss F Sherman, 11 C
Smith, wifo and '3 children, G YV
Spencer, S Strozynski. Command
er Z L Tanner, U S N; Harry L
Waste, C J Webster and B Le
mon. From Molnl.ai, per slmr Lehua,
)et ) C B Iteyuolils, E Pook.Mrs
ulfeniloii, Mr Smith, Dr Mou
It., Miss Eva McConiston and
Agents for following
Also Bicycle Siaridries, sucItl a.s
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 WATER
for Indigestion, Livor Complaint, Disoascs of tho Kidney
and Bladdor, Skin Eruptions, Etc., Etc.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Comer Fort nnd Hotel Streets.
Hirano! Hiraiip! Hirano!
. minimi i53iS5ggz5aicggs:
A Natural and Ellbrvcsci'iit ILinural Water.
Hot I led in its natural .state at Hirano Springs.
Highest Award World's Fair in 1893, Medal andJDiploma.
"An Alkaline AVater, woll-furbonated iiiitl woll-bottled,
)orniauent in (piality, I'lcar and sparkling, a good tablo
water." So said the oiliciaN tit tin- Fair.
For Sale "oy
W. C. PEACOCK & CO.,Ltu
The Germania Life Insurance Co;
0 1 xS I2A V YOUK.
ASShTS .23,72 .677-13
Legal Kcm.tw to Policy 1 loblcrs 20,S6C,CK38.c
Surplus to Polii v 1 loklers 2, 571 ,595 .95
Paid to Policy I lokkrssiiKL- iSto 38,331.242.67
Claims hy death p.iiJ to Bciulki.iry Poluy Hn..lcrs 20,846,623.8
Matured l-inlowmt'iits i WAi.y ll.IJcrs. 5,524,720.07
Lite Annuities to Policy Hokk-r-. 3-7.474-70
Dividends and Surrenders to Policy Holders 11,632,424.06
Tho (ii'i'iiiiuibi ikisiu'B ull thu liituKt mill niml IH.-ial forum of Life, Iutnl
inont, Ini-iiinii Invhloml. Itiiilnwini'iit r Itonil I'oIIi-U'k.
illCAIt, l.ANSlXli A Co., lii'iiiM'nl AkiiiiU (ortbo lluwuiiaii UIuiuIm.
l:M.Nl:TT MAY, Manager,
io9 210 King street, Honolulu.
v WJJf BR I