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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., APBIL 27, 1899.
J8W " T
Oceanic Steamship Company.
Tho Fine Passenger Stcamors of This Lino Will Arrive at nnr
Leave This Port ns Heroundor.
From San Franoisco:
AUSTRALIA May ro
MOAN A May 24
AUSTRALIA June 7
ALAMEDA June 21
In connection wltb tho sailing of tho above steamers, the Agents
are prepared to issue, to intending passengers, conpon tlirougb
tickets by any railroad from Ban Francisco, to all points in tbo
TJnitod States, and from Now York by any steamship lino to all
For furthor particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Onemal Steamship Co. Toyo Risen Kaislia
. Steamer, ot the above ctMnpini.i will call at
. dtcs below
For Japan and China:
rio nr janerig- Arm a?
COPTIC May $
AMrKICA .MARU May ij
I.ITY OP PEKING May )
GAELIC May 31
HONKONG MARU June 8
CMIN.... June 16
DO If I C 1 June 94
NIPPON MAHU July 4
RIO l)E JANERIO July ij
COPTIC July ai
.Tor general Information apply to
1 H. Hackfeld &
WSteamers of the above line, running In connection with the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO ,
between Vancouver. D. C, and Sydney. N. S. W., and calling at Victoria. U. C, Honolulu, Suva (I Ijl),
and Brisbane are UUli AT HONOLULU on or about the dates belowstated, vlit
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, D. C,
For Suva. Brisbane and Svdnevi
Aorancl .......... Mav 19
- . ..- -.- .
Warrlmoo ,...July 7
Aorangi August 4
Mlowera. ...Sentember I
Warrlmoo. September 9
Aorangl October it
Mlowera. ..November 94
Warrlmoo. .December aa
TThroueh tickets Issued from Honolulu to
passage and all general iniormation, apply to
Theo. H. Davles &
Lines of Travel.
DIRECT TO THE
The BritisMmericaiiS.S. Line
THE S. S.
Will sail from Honolulu
About May 6th, 1899,
For ST. MICHAELS. ALASKA, via
TACOMA and SEATTLE, with stop to
enable prospectors to outfit at either port.
The Company operates Its own essels
on the Yukon River, and Its agents are
prepared to sell through tickets from
Honolulu direct to the Gold Fields, with
only one change of steamers.
The above sailing will open the reason
or i 899.
For further information apply to
HENRY WATERHOUSE & CO.,
f Queen Street
From and After January 1, 1800
1 1 jof
(Outward) ex. Sun. Dally
I oj 4 3
liio 4 5J
a 05 5 ao
Peal I City
F. O. Smith, Qon'l Tass,
HENRY BRYANT, Prop.
Tho stage tor Kaneoho, Tlcela, Wol
kano, Punuluu,Lulo, Kahuku midway
points, will lonvo Postolllco, Uothol
BtreutHldo, at 0 u. in. (Sundays except
ed), calling for passengers anil pack
agea at Lovcjoy &, Co's, No. 19 Nuuanu
..Stages will make the return trip
from Kahuku dally.
O. R. & L. Co.
For San Francisco:
MOANA April 28
AUSTRALIA May 16
ALAMEDA ....May 16
AUSTRALIA ...June 13
MARIPOSA June 23
& Co., Limited
Oceanic S. S. Co.
Honolulu and leave thlt port on or about the
mentioned I.. ..
For San Francisco:
CITY OF PEKING
RIO DP. JANARIO
AMERICA MARU ,
CITY OP I'LKING
, April to
Co., Ltd., Agents.
fROM SYDNEY. DRISDANn AND
Mlowera May 10
Aorangl July 5
tot victoria and Vancouver (U. C)
Warrlmoo.. . August Jo
Warrlmoo. .November as
Aorangl. ...December to
Canada. United States and Europe.
For Freight and
Co., Ltd., Gen'l Agents.
Lines of Travel.
Wilders Steamship Co's
Will loavo Honolulu ovory Tuosday at
12 o'clock m., touching at Lnhalna,
Maaldon liay and Makonn tho same
day; Mahukona, Kawalbao and Lau
pulioohoo tho following day, arriving
at llilo Wodnosday ovoning.
Iloturnlng will sail from Illlo ovory
Vrltlay at (J o'clock p. in., toucblnir at
Laupahoehoo, Mahukona, Kawalhao,
niKoua, .tiaaiaoa JHiy ana uinalua,
arriving at Honolulu Saturday night.
Will call at Poholkl, Puns, on tho
second trip of each month, arriving
there on tho morning of tho day of
sailing from Illlo to Honolulu.
7 ho popular route to the Volcano Is
via Illlo. A good carriage road the en
S, S. CLAUDINE
Will loavo Honolulu Tuesday, at 6
o'clock p. in., touching at Kahulul,
liana, Ilamoa and Klpahulu, Maul. Re
turning, arrlvos at Honolulu Sunday
Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, onco each
Tills company rosorves tho right to
mako changos In tho tlmo of doparturo
and tirrlvnl of Its steamers WITHOUT
NOTICE, and It will not bo rosponslbto
for any consoquonces arising there
from. Conslgncos must bo at tho landing
to recolve tholr freight. This company
will not hold itself responsible for
freight after It has boon Inndod.
I.tvo stock rocclvod only at owner's
This company will not be rosponsl
Uo for monoy or valuablos of passon
gers unloss placed In tho care of purs
ers. Passongors aro roquostod to purchase
iicKeis ueioro omuarKing. tiioho rail
lngtodo so will bo subjoct to an addt
tlonal chargo of twenty-llvo por cent
Tho company will not bo liablo for
loss of, nor Injury to, nor dolay in, tho
dollvory of baggago or personal oflofts
of tho passongor. beyond tho amount of
$100 00, unless tho value of the same
bo doclarod, at or boforo tho issue of
tho ticket, and freight Is paid thoreon.
All employoos of the Comnanvarn
forbidden to rocolvo frolght without do
Uvorlng a shipping receipt therofor In
the form proscribed by the Company
and which may bo soon by shippers
upon application to tho pursors of tho
Shippors aro notified that if frolght Is
shipped without such rocelpt, It will bo
sololy at tho risk of tho shippor.
0. L. WianT, Prosldont.
S. II. ROSE, Secretary,
OAPT. J. A. KINO, Port Supt,
Beer and Wine Dealers.
3 pounds for 2J cents.
60-pound casks, $4 per cask.
Hop Hoor Depot, No. 11 Konla (formorly
iMrOHTKItH, AND WHOLESALE
Win m Linr Dealers.
Agents (or the Dottled Rainier Deer of Seattle.
NO. Ill NUUANU STIIKKT
Foiter Block, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
P. O. Dqxiit. Mutual Telephone )o3.
Acloso rcHoinblanco to IJoor,
FromKcntlih Hops. NON-AI.COHOI.TC.
" An ndmlrablo Imitation." Loudon
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS.
GONSALVES & CO., Ltd
WHOLESALE GROCERS ANI
225 Queen atreot, Honolulu, H, ,
Chinese- and Japanese Firms.
Dry Goods Store
SI2 Nuunnu Street,
has opened with an entire new stock of Dry
Goods, Mattings, Camphor Trunks, all
kinds of Japanese and Chinese Silks. Silk
Handkerchiefs, Men's arid Ladles' Shoes,
Men's and Children's Hats. l
SING LUNG & CO.
CliovoSAM.Mgr. (tio6-im) p. O. Box oai
W. W. AHANA
323 Nuuanu St.
Pine Suitings In English, Scotch and
Amorlcan Goods made to order.
felephono 063. Postoluce box 880.
I have Just received a big Importation
of thoso goods.
notol St., noar Fort.
. Silvor "Waro
WING WO TAI & 00.
214 Nuuanu stroot
400 Nuuanu Streot.
Chairs of all kinds, Matting,
Cigars, Silk and Chlnose Teas.
CHAIRS of all kinds, Malting,
Chlneso Grass I.lnen in any color,
Fancy China Silk Handkerchiefs.
KWONG niNQ OHONQ CO.,
Nuuanu abovo King at,
H1N KES BESTAURAUT
Alakoa, bo two on Morchant and King
A Pirnt Clasa Meal at All 'Hours,
15 0ENT3. '
Iffi- Luncheon Itotiius for Ladles
and Gents. Give us n trial.
30 Nuuanu St. next Exchange Saloon,
Clothlne, etc., maJe to order.
All Suit, cuarantcel to Hi. ani In the Latest Style.
No. 6 Nuuanu St, below Merchant, Honolulu.
MERCHANT : TAILOR.
aW-Sulli tuaranteeJ to fit anj In latest styles.
clothing made to order; Uniforms a specialty.
Clothes cleaned and repaired at reasonable rates.
And HOUSE PAINTERS.
H5?a.Nuuanu street, Honolulu, H. I.
Four most desirable and central
BUILDING L'OTS, on Alakea St.,
Including corner of Beretania St.
Apply to J. T. McGREVV.
AJJltlon!, ni the latest Shlppinc News, will be
found on the eighth page
MOVEMENTS OK STEAMERS.
Steamers due and salllnctoday and for the next six
day, are as follows.
Steamers Trom Due
Moana Colonies ... . . April a3
City of Peking Clilni and Japan . . .April 99
Lchua Molokal and Lanal April 99
Klnau Maul and Hawaii April aa
Claudlne Maul April id
Mlkahala Kauai ... April jo
Steamers Fur Due
Rio de Janeiro Yokohama April a3
Moana ban I randsoo. April aS
Cltyof Peking ban I ranclwn April 94
W. G.Hall Koni md Kau April ao
1 cima tiuiuKui dim Landi .... ,, , May
Klnau Hawaii and Maul May 9
Claudlni Maul May 9
Mlkahala Kauai May 9
For the Colonies, piM OSS
MaripiMi, April 2G -Mrs E F
Ward, Mrs von Teuipeky and W
ITEMS FROMHARBOR FRONT
The Edward Mny sailed for lli
lo yoBtordny nflomoon, thero to
tnlto on tho mnalndor of licr car
go of eucar.
Tho Aldou Bosbo that sailed for
ban Frnncisco yesterday after
noon, took n cargo of '1,577 liBfja
of HtiRar vulurd nt S100,1'J5.
The Moann is duo from the
Colonies tho first thine in. the
morning. She will bring the
latest news of tbo situation at
Following are tho lutest charters
at Pacific Const ports for porta on
those Islands: 0 D Bryant
(bark), 823 tons, returns to Hono
lulu in the Hawaiian Lino; Undo
John (bktnq), 273 tons, lumber
from Eureka lo Hilo-chartered by
J R Hanify & Co; Star of Russia
(Haw sp), 1892 tons, cool from
Departure Bay to Honolulu-chartered
prior to arrival by Welch &
Co; Mary E Foster (schr), 823
tons, roturns to Honolulu in the
Hawaiian Line; John G North
(schr), 820 tons, roturns to Hono-ipu-chartorod
by Hind Rolph it
Co; Planter (bktne), 408 tons, ro
turna to Honolulu in tho Hawai
ian Line; W H Dimond (bktne),
37G tons, returns to Honolulu in
the Oceanic Lino; J D Tallant
(schr) -170 tons, lumber from
Gamblo to Houolulu-chnrtorod by
Popo & Talbot; Mohican (bk). 781
tons, returns to Honolulu in tho
Planters Line; Aloha (schr), 742
toDs, roturns to Honolulu in tho
Merchandise for llfMvall.
Tbo schooner Robert LowerB
clearod frornSnnFriiticieco for this
port, April 12. Among lior prin
cipal suipmoutB woro tho follow
ing: oU bbls Hour, lid nkes gro
ceries and provisions, 400 lbs and
20 C3 manufactured tobacco, 2o5
gals wine, 10 cs paints and oils,
4010 redwood posts, 10 coils rope,
10 bales paper, 205 cs canned
goods, G pkgs machinery, 292 lbs
tea, 1 cs soap, ulUU lbs lard, 25 cs
and 5 bbls salmon, 280 kegs white
lead, 8 ca dry goods, 420 lbs
Tbo bark Olga clearod from
San Francisco for Hana, via Ka
hului, April 14. Among hor prin
cipal shipments wero the follow
ing: 798 bbls flour, 1000 lbs oleo
margarine, G77 otls barley, 2070
sks bran, 128 cs cannod goods, 180
eks middlings, 1700 lbs codfish,
20 tins matohoe, 207,000 shingles,
6000 lbB salt, 278 pkgs maobinory,
G910 lbs coal, 48 pkgs paints and
oils, 4 crates' onions, 80 cs and 33
bbls salmon, 420 lbs meals, 193
gals wine, 3300 lbs sugar, 500 cs
coal oil, 120 kegs whito lead, 100
lbs butter, GO cs soap, 200 bbls
lime, 01 bdls wire, 7 pkgs oloc
trioal goods, 3943 lbs bread, 4740
lbs lard, 2G otls wheat, 121 bale4
bay, 9 cs hardware, 8 bales dry
goods 107 lbs beans, 299 poets, 40
horses, 13 coUb ropo, 170 lbs dried
fruits, 830 lbs hams and bacon,
2200 railroad ties, 12sheop,20ctls
oats, 2032 lbs rolled oats.
The schooner Mildred cleared
from San Francisco for Kabul ui,
April 14. Among her principal
shipmonts were the' following:
240 cs powder, 20,000 firo bricks.
2 cs fueo, G cs electrical goods, .33
bdls wire, GU21 railroad ties, 031
pkgs machinery, 2 cs dry goods,
30 mules, 2 cs bnrdwaro, 1000 lbs
Tho bark Manna Ala, one of
tho fastest vessels that runs be
tween Honolulu and Coast ports,
arrived in port last evening, after
a fiuo trip of 11 days. She una
among the principal shipments in
hor cargo tho following: Flour,
25 bbls: G000 lbs and 2 cs manu
factured tobacco, 200 bbls limo, 85
cs wino, 1830 lbs dried fruits, 181
gals and 100 cs whisky, 27 pkgs
paints and oils, 2 coils rope, 10 cs
caps, 139G lbs chocolate, 374ctls
barley, 207 lbs too, 11,030 lbs
powder, 10 bills skinB, 2722 pkgs
railroad material, 2500 lbs butter
ine, 828 cs canned goods, 0250 lbs
oleomargarine, 1 cs arms and nm
munition, 30 cs coal oil, 4G7 pkgs
machinery, 27 pkgs groceries and
provisions, 1083 lbs nut?, 3 ca
drugs, 1 cs acid, i221 cs hardware,
12 rolls leather, 20 cs fuBC, 370 cs
G2 bbls and 40 bf-bbls salmon, G70
sks bran, 8 ctls wheat, 37 ctls
corn, 80S2 lbs broad, G810 lbs
rosin. 32SG lbs rrlnmnn. IinCI!) Ilia
beans, 18,919 lbs tallow, 201 pkgs
huooks, ou bales hoy, 0U sks mid
dlings, 1800 lbs Lard.
Pilliiluo AVmit to Confer.
Manila, Af'' '7. Goneral La
gordo todoy n,i 1 mt o committoo
hod been appoints ny Aguinaldo
to confer with tho American Com
mission and endeavor to obtain as
Iargo autonomous rights for tho
Filipinos as possible, to restore
ponce, to insist that only Ameri
cans and Filipinos shall hold the
Washington, April 17. Tho
authorities believe tho abovo re
port true mid tljnt tbo sottlomout
of the Filipino stnfo is ijcar.
Itlrliurit llnrillni; OinU to Marry.
New York, April 18. Riohord
Harding Davis and Miss Cooil
Clark will be married threo wteks
from tomorrow m Marion, Mass.
They will spend tho summer in
Europe and lator ranko their homo
in Now York. The real missiou
of Thomiw Joggers, the London
messouger boy sent across tho
ocean to Chicago, was of no loss
importance than tho delivory of
me diamond ongagomout ring
Professor Borgor has tendered n
complimentary concert to Janet
Waldorf and her clever company.
to tnko place on tho grounds of
tuo linn unit n hotel Friday ovon
ing. The number that will mako
up tbo program wen nearly all
selected by Mis Waldorf and the
members of the company.
"rn Wmilil Dlililit Huiuoa.
Washington. April 10. Senator
John. T. Morgan eays that a
division of the Samoan islands
among the threo powers con
corned offers tho only solution oE
tho difficulty thero. He strongly
favors an Amoricau naval baso at
Pago Pogo and a Pacific coblo to
touch nt the islands.
Newark fr Paelflo Hlatlon.
Washington, April 1G. Tho
Newark will sail from tho Bermu
das probably tomorrow for tbo Pa
ciGc station in pursuance of tho
orders issupd some weeks ago de
taching her from Admiral Samp
D. G. Camarinos received por
Mariposa a largo consignment of
Oherrios, Rhubarb, Cauliflower.
Asparagus, Celery, Oranges, oto.,
American Mossengor Sorvice
Masonic Tomplo. Tolephono
Honolulu Messongor Service do-
livers messagos and nackaces.
Nicely furnished rooms at the
Popular House, 154 Fort atreet,
from $1.00 per week up. "
If you want n mco rubber tiro
hack with a caroful driver ring np
Club Stablo Hack 8tnd Tol. 819,
and wo guarantee yoa will bo
Meohanio'e Homo, corner Hotol
and Nuuanu' streets, lodging by
day, week or month. Terms: 25
and 00 cents ptr night. SI nnd
81.25 por week. .
Tho nso of tho Singor in mil
lions of homes shows tho unpro
codonted succoea of thoso ideal
sowing machines. It is convinc
ing proof' that tho Singer oxcols
in till kinds of family sewing and
art needlo work. All our sowing
machines are of the l,oet constrno
thn, boautifully decorated, Wl
av mounted on solocted woods in
finely finished cabinots of artistio
designs. 15. liergorson, agent, 1GJ
Tho two-yoar-old eon of W. L.
Furgasou, of Bolton, Miss., had
whooping cough. "Aftor several
physicians had prescribed for him,
without giviug reuet," writes Mr.
Furgnson, "I porBuadcd my wifo
to try a bottlo of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. Tho first doso
hnd tho desired effect, and in
forty-eight hours ho was entirely
freo from all cough. I considor
your roinedy tho best in tho mark
et, especially for childron and ro
coramond it at all times." 00 cent
sizes for solo by all dealois. Bon
snn, Smith fc Co, Gonoral
P. O IJ.. ,n
The Milwaukee Pisnc-ture-Proo-
RrSILILNT AS AN TllJU MADL
Bailey's Honolulu Cyclepy,
Sole agents .MoJel 15 Ueebc Blculesdl
t jo. Repairs that are repairs at the olsi
reliable 231 King street. .
The Club Stables
O. IiKLiaiNA, : Alan.iL'ur.
Teld phono 477
, Boarding fi Sale Stable
Prompt Service. Stylish Turnouts.
Wo aro ONNodnlly ecttl ircil to "tttor i
your trado. Fair doalliiu n tit 1 udinl wr
vlco Ih what wo (looti(l tiniti In it it, (
Wo lmvo or sale Tamlly I'lirriao nnl
Driving Horso, MiirIii nr'tlnulifo ttmrrn.
Tlioyaro In gootlcuiHlltlun and will lir
sold on favorablo torin.v.
Dr. How at Isalwayx lit atlundanco a
Gmb Stables Hack Stantl
Cor. Union .t Ilntol HtH
OAKEKULLAND WKI.L, INKOUMKS
FIIIST CLASS CAItHIAtnX
HACKS AT ALL HOUitS.
Ordorn forSurrey-", WagniiHtPN, Slnj.-t.
or DouMo Teams at a inniiif iiI'h notice
Hack Nos. 1'25, 1S3, UK). Til, 77.
Your Roof and
Should be put in ttiorough rep.ik
before you are washed out durinj
the heavy rains.
I stand ready to do any necessary
75-79 KING SI?.
Tolopliono No. 31.
A GOOD THING
4 U J C
Ohiv Algeroba and Pine FirewoJ
Oat and Hplit (ready for thrBtove),
STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COB,
WHITE AND BLAOH BAND
At Lowest I'rlceu, dciherod to any ve.it
HUSTACE & CO.,
V Qneon Prnwl
California & Oriental
' $. $. Belgian ig"
Will leave this Port for
via San Francisco,
On op fibout April SStli.
For Freight, apply to
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN. Ach-"84-td
taiio tatcii rinni.ns.
Worknacslilp ani Material Guarantee J Rfpilrlrar
a Specialty, 1
1130 :: No. 2III.S K1V(1 ?t
Comer Kins an Alakea Sts , Hono ulu,
Guitars, : "ITltnlolcj5,
TARO PATCH FH'IULS
WorUmamMp ana materfal fu ti.tciJ. Rrnalrlrar
CHARLES C RAMER,
m fort st.,
'CI J! i3?k!aK i
Josh ii Esjirito Ssitsx, ' - I
a srtcianv 'faiH
T- Near corner ol Chaplain lane ',.'JB
Gleaning anJ Rtpal'lng at Short Nolke. , "a
anJ In the brit pntslble rnainer '1'3
C.W.Kinney J.K.Nahaku !M
TURNERS AND POUIlim"; ol all ilrJsolNi'l WoU
Woodt. CALAIlASIILSInstn k anJ to orJtr, fSSl
Repairs Eflec'eJ. iiXSm
KING STREET. . . NEAR AlAPAI. f fflaffl
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