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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., MAY 2, 18U9.
Oceanic Steamship Company.
Thm.?i Ptt8B0ngr Steamore of This Lino Will Arrive at rd
Loavo Thia Tort as Heroundor.
Prom San Franoisco:
AUSTRALIA May to
MOANA .. May 24
AUSTRALIA June 7
ALAMEDA June 21
In connoctionwltb Iho sailing of tho abovo steamors, tho Agonta
aro prepared to issuo, to intending passongore, ooupon through
tickotB by any railroad from San Francisco, to all pointB in tbo
Unitod States, and from Now York by any steamship lino to all
For fnrthor particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited,
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. j$ Tojo Kisen Kaisba
.. Steameraol the Above coripni will call at Honolulu and leave this pott on or about the
d.tci below mentioned it
For Japan and China:
COPTIC ! May 5
AMERICA MARU May j
CITY OH PEKING May
CAfl.lC May it
HONKONQ MARU June 8
CHINA June 16
DORIC June 14
NIPPON MARU July 4
RIO ln JANERIO July 1
COPTIC July i
For general Information apply to
H. Hackfeld &
Ganadian - Australian Royal ill Stailip Company.
WSteamera 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. B. C, Honolulu, Suva (Fill),
and Brisbane are BUI! AT HONOLULU on or about the dates below Hated, vli:
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C.
lor Suva, urlsfane and Sydney!
Aorangl May it
Mlowera June 9
Warrlmoo July 7
Aorangl August 4
Mlowera. ...Sentember s
Warrlmoo. September to
Aorangl October a?
Mlowera. ..November 14
Warrlmoo.. December si
IPTbrouch tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and Europe.
fassage and all general information, apply to
Theo. H. Davles &
Lines of Travel.
P DIRECT TO THE
The BritisMmericanS.S. Line
THE S. S.
" GARONNE "
Will sail from Honolulu
A limit Mow EiU IQQQ
huuui may uiu, iuuu,
For ST. MICHAELS. ALASKA, via
TACOMA and SEATTLE, with stop to
enable nrosDectors to outfit at either port.
The Company operates its own vessels
on tne TUKon Kiver, anu us 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 season
For further information apply to
r. HENRY WATERHODSE & CO.,
0. R. & L. Co,
From nnd After January 1, 1800.
peail City ..
P. 0. Smith, Gon'l Pass. fe Tickot
0. P. Dbnisow, Suporlntondont.
HENRY BRYANT, Prop.
Tli n Dnn tfm ironnnlin TTnoln.. Will.
ni- T)..t.n 1... Tnli ITnliiiirii niiMWnv
r-UU, JL, UI1U1UU. JJIU '' 11 j
Joints, will leavo Postofflco, Bethel
ed), calling for passengers and pack
ages nt Lovejoy it Co'u, No.lONuunnu
teJ3tageg will mnko tho return trip
from Knkuku (InHy.
For San Franoisco:
AUSTRALIA May 16
ALAMEDA May 16
AUSTRALIA June u
MARIPOSA June 23
For San Francisco :
OAF.LIC May 6
HONKONG MARU Maa 16
DORIC. June i
NIPPON MARU June 10
RIO I)E JANAKIO June i
COPTIC June .7
AMERICA MARU July 4
CITY OF PEKING July t4
Co., Ltd., Agents.
FROM SYDNEY. BRISBANE AND SUVA,
t-or victoria ana Vancouver (u. t.):
Mlowera May 10
Mlowera August 1
Warrlmoo.. .August 30
Aorangl. ..September ar
Mlowera.... October 15
Aorangl. ...December so
warrlmoo June 7
Aorangl July 5
For Freight and
Co., Ltd., Gen'l Agents.
Lines of. Travel.
Wilders Steamship Co's
Will leave Honolulu ovory Tuosday nt
12 o'clock, in., touching at Lahalnii,
Mnnlitrm liny and Mnkona tho samo
day; Mahukonn, Kawnlfaao nnd Lau
pnlioohon the following day, arriving
ut llllo Wodnosduy ovonlng.
Ttotiirulng will Bail from llllo ovory
Friday at (J o'clock p. in., touching at
Laupahoehoo, Mahukoua, Kawalhno,
Makona, Maalaoa Hay and Lahaina,
arriving at ITonoliilu Saturday night.
Will call at Foholkl, Puns, on tho
ftocond trip of each month, arriving
thore on tho morning of tho day of
Bailing from llllo to Honolulu.
1 ho popular routo to tho Volcano Is
via llllo. A good carriago road tho on
S, S, CLAUDINE
Will leavo Honolulu Tuesday, at 6
o'clock p. in., touching at Kahulul,
liana, Ilamoa and Kipalmlu, Maul. Re
turning, arrlvos at Honolulu Sunday
Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, onco oach
Tills company rosorves tho right to
mako changos in tho timo of doparturo
and arrival of its steamors WITHOUT
NOTICE, and it will not bo rosponsiblo
for any consequoncos arising tlioro
from. Consignees must bo at tho landing
to rocoivo tholr freight. Tids company
will not hold itself responsible for
frolght aftor it lias boon landod.
Live stock rocelvod only at ownor'a
This company will not bo responsi
ble for monoy or valuables of passon
gors unless placed in tho caro of purs
era. Passongore aro roquostod to purchase
tickets before ombarklng, TIioho fail
lngtodo bo will bo subjoct to an addi
tional cliargo of twonty-llvo por ,cont.
Tho company will not bo llubio for
loss of , nor injury to, nor dolayin, tho
dellvory of baggago or personal oflbcts
of tho passongor beyond tho amount of
8100 00, unloss tbo valuo of tho samo
bo declared, at or boforo tbo Issue of
tho ticket, and freight is paid thoroon.
All employees of tho Company aro
forbiddon to recoiro freight without de
livering a shipping receipt therefor in
the form proscribed by tho Company
and which may bo Boon byshlppors
upon application to tho pursors of tho
Shippers aro notified that if frolght is
shlppod without such rocolpt, it will bo
sololy at the risk of tho shipper.
0. L. WIGHT, Prosldont.
S. li. ROSE, Socrotary.
OAPT. J. A. KINO, Port Sunt,
Beer and Wine' Dealers.
) pounds for 2J cents.
60-pound casks, $4 per cask.
Hop Boor Dopot, No. 11 Konla (formorly
LOVEJOY & CO.
iMPOnTKHS, AND WlIOLKSALK
fine am Lipor Seta.
Agents for tne Bottled Rainier Deer of Seattle.
No. 10 Nuuanu STiiKirr
Foster Block, HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
P.O. Pox iff. Mutual Telephone to8.
Acloso rosoinblanco to Boor,
From KentlMi Hops. NON-ALCOHOLIC.
" An admirablo Imitation." London
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS.
GONSALVES & CO., Ltd
WHOLESALE GROCERS AK1
225 Queen atreot, Honololu, H, J,
ioniolilateil Soda Water Co., L'(
:orner Allen & Fort Stt., Honolulu
HOLL18TER A CO.,
Chinese and Japaneso Firms,
Office at the HaallanChlneseNew Co.'s
tt No. 8 King street, Honolulu, II. I.
Cooks, Waiters, Yardmen, Plantation La
borers, and all kinds of employees furnish
ed promptly on short notice.
This Agencv fully examines all appli
cants for employment as to their compe
tency before sending them to its patrons.
r- w P.O. Boa 044
Dry Goods Store
S12 Nuunnu Street,
lint ntvnpd wlf ll nn nf lr n... einrlr tyf rM.
Goods, Mattings, Camphor Trunks, all
kinds of Japanese and Chinese Silks, Silk
Handkerchiefs, Men's and Ladles' Shoes,
Alen's and Children's Hats.
SING LUNG & CO.
CmosoSam. Mgr. (1106-im) P. O. Boxiqii
W. W. AHANA'
323 Nuuanu St.
tTtno Suitings in English, Scotch and
Amorlcau Goods mado to order.
-Postofllce box 088.
I havo Just rocelvod a bltr importation
of tboso goods.
Hotol St., near Fort.
400 Nuuanu Street.
Chairs of all kinds, Matting,
Cigars, Silk and Chinese Teas
CHAIItS Of Rll ldlllla. ATntllnr,
Chinese Grass Llnon in any color,
Fancy China Silk Handkerclilofs.
IlWUiNU 1IIKU UUUQ CO., ,
jNuoanu auovo King ut.
Vim KBE BESTAUBANT
Alnkoa, botweon Morchant and King
A First Class Meal at All Hours,
I$u Luncheon Rooms for Ladies
and Gents. Glvo us a trial.
J05 Nuuanu St., next Exchange Saloon,
Cloihlne, etc., made to orJer.
All Suits cuaranteeJ to Fit. anJ In the. Latest Style.
No. 6 Nuuanu St.. below Merchant, Honolulu.
MERCHANT : TAILOR.
j-Sults guaranteed to fit and tn latest st
CothlnB-raado to order) Uniforms a sped
Clothes cleaned and repaired at reasonable rates.
And HOUSE PAINTERS.
uS'i Nuuanu street, Honolulu, H. I.
Additional, and the latest Shlpplne News, will be
found on the eighth pace.
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
Steamers due and salllngtodayand for the next six
days are as follows,
Steamers I'rom Due
W O Hall Kona and Kau May 5
Coptic San Francisco , May
Gaelic Yokohama May i
Kinau Maul and Hawaii ..May 6
uauaine maul May 7
Mlkahala Kauai May 7
Steamers For Due
Klnau Hawaii and Maul May 1
Claudlni Maul M.i ,
Mlkahala Kauai May
Coptic China and Japan May
Gaelic Sai Francisco May 6
,W. G. Hall Kona and Kau M,y 0
AltVAN HAILOIIS IlUl'tfii: Dl'TV.
Shortlv after tlioliur.r.r.Tij nmnl
to prpee yoBtordny nfteruoon, tho
pntrol wngon arrived nt tbo Police
..... .! .. ..
oinuon wiiu sixteen BiulorB from
the eliin Arvnu who hntl finnti nr.
rented od the complaint of tho
captain wuo ouarges tuem wilh
Tho eaHorn do not dony that
thoy refused duty last Saturday
but they soy that they did this for
pond nod sufficient reasons. They
claim with one voico that they
have boen treated shamefully by
Iho mato of tho ship and that on
tho trip from Norfolk to this port
they havo had nothing but curson
and havo been supplied with food
insufficient for a sailor. The men
decided to stick together, takiDg
whatever they had to bear from
tho mate until nrrival in port.
Thoy would thon refuso duty and
get off tho ship.
It did not take long after tbo arriv
al of tho mon nt tho Police Station
to. find placps for throe of thera.
Ono of these signed on tho Do
fiance and tho other on tho Albort.
This leaves thirteen at tho Polico
Stntion and all these will prob
ably get work on tho other vessels
in tho near future.
The sixtoen men arrested com
prises nearly tho whole crow of
the Aryan. WJien they left the
ship there wore remaining nboard
only tho captain, tho mates nnd a
Russian sailor who was so ill that
ho could not be with the othor mon.
Tho sailorB say they have no
complaint whatever against tho
captain of tho ship. The moto
is tho only ono thoy mako com
News comeii from flin nthm cMn
of the island that a Jnpnnoso wns
urownea wuuo on nis way from
ixuuuKu to wniraea a lew dayB
ago. Ho startod out in n ennnn
with threo natives and took tho
tho steerincr nnddlo nn bin nnailinn
Tho natives saw that ho was steer
ing the canoo too far in bo thoy
warned him. The Japaneso took
no beud. savim? thnt ho wnn f.
fectly familiar with tho plnco.
In n short time, n big broaker
came along nnd tho boat wnB cap
sized. The Japaneso hold on to
ino outrigger. 'JVlie oatives told
him to lot do nnd nvim lint lm
said ho wns perfectly safo. Ho
nuuiu uo ouvcu wuuo tuo natives
WOUld drown. In n. liltln wliiln
tho natives turned nround in tho
Water to Beo if tlln .Tnnnnoan ma
in Blfjht. Nollllntr nnnhl lm onnn
of him . Ho wus evidently drown
ed. JNotuing has boen heard of
tho follow since that time.
Could Not Got a Start.
Tho brier W Q Irwin nnd
schooners A J West, S 0 Allon
and Aznlon all sailed for Const
ports Buturdnv. In tho nfternnnn
thoy wero nil linod un from
Diamond Head to town and quite
closo in shoro. With n glass it
could bo scon that tho vessels woro
all having a very hard timo got
ting out. What littlo wind thero
wns, was of such a nnturo ns to
give thom no opportunity to get
more than a couple of miles awny
from Bhoro and tho Bails woro
flapping hopelessly. Towards
ovoning tho wind veered a bit nnd
freshened. Thon tho vessels suc
ceeded in gettine; n fnir stnrt.
Orpheurn sonts can bo booked
by ringing up Tolophono No. C40.
L. F. Fnrloy conducts a large
mercantilo bnainnsn nt T.ilmrtv
Hill, Qn. Ho saya: "Ono appli
cation ot Ohrimborlian's Pnin
Palm roliovod mo of a sovero pnin
in mv back. I think it O. K "
For Inrao bnok, rheumntism, nou-
rnlgm, swollings, sprains, bruises,
burns nnd senilis no othor lini
mout enn annronoh Ohambnrlinn'n
Pain Balm. It is intnndnrl noun.
cinlly for theeo diseases and is
fatuous for its cures. For nnln liv
nil donlors. Ilenson, Smith Sz Co.,
uenerni Agents. "
SUPREME COURT DECISIONS
A unanimous opiuion of ho Su
promo Court has been filed in iho
caso of Mary 0. Aldrich and
others vs. Priscilla E. Haseingor
aridothers. It is written by ll.D.
Sillimnn of tho Bar, who sat with
Chief Justice Judd and Justice
Whiting. Tho application for re
argument of tho decision repotted
in 11 Haw. 082 is donied. Doug
las K. Brown, ono of tho original
plaintiffs, is found to havo claims
odvereo to tho others and having
como of ngo since tho suit wos in
stituted is declared to be entitled
to havo "his day in court." Kin
ney, Ballon v jWcfJInnaban for
tho motion j J . J Bolt, against.
A uoanimouB upiuion of tho
Supreme Court written by Juatico
Frear, sitting with Ohiof Justico
Judd and Ju9tico Whiting, has
boen rendored in tho matter of tho
application of Lincoln D. Spencer
for 0 writ of mandamus ngninst F.
li. McStookfr, Collector Qenernl
of .Customs, to compel respondent
to grnut Hawaiian registry to the
ship Star of France. Tho Circuit
Court had, aftor vnrious proceed
ings, allowed n motion for diacou
tinuarjeo nnd denied n motion by
roapondrut to discuss the writ.
The Supremo Court decides that
tho motion for discontinuance
should havo boon disallowed and
a tiaal decree made dismissing tho
petition. Tho caso is remittod to
tho Circuit Court for tho proper
proceedings. Kinney, Ballon &
McOlauahau for the potitionor; H.
. Cooper for tho respondent.
Tho appeal of plaintiffs from
the Fifth Circuit Court, in the
cane of Kauukamaikai et nl. vs.
Pnhulio et nl., io dismissed by a
unanimous decision of tbo Su
preme Court. This is by Ohiof
JuBtico Judd, sitting with Justices
Frenr nud Whiting. "In pnrti
tiou," tho lnw is stated, "if ono
cotenant has laid out necessary
and roasonablo espouses for taxes,
purobaB3 of the common estate
nnd litigntion in its behalf, repay
ment may bo directed." Tho res
pondents have therefore to pay
the plaintiffs $149.83, costs of tbo
court bolow to bo divided equally,
ni decreed by tho Circuit Judge.
O. A. Davis for plaintiffs; J. S.
Willard for defendants.
Judge Stanley has rendorod a
decision in tho caso of J. Todd vs.
Jamos Hooper Davis, and Wil
liam Hooper, administrator of the
estate of Charles Hooper, deceas
ed, as carniBhoo. Judcmont is
given for plaintiff for S112.20,
whoro S125 was claimed, against
defendant, but tho garnishoo is
discharged. Humphreys & Gear
tor plain till; Aoln & Johnson for
Judgo Stanley has appointed J.
Rubinstein as administrator, un
der $500 bond, of tho estnto of
Low, How, docenBed. Cooil Brown
Judgo Utanloy has appointed
Kaili Kakoi ns administratrix,
under S2000 bond, of tbo estato of
Aoeln Kakoi. w, deceased. Ro
bertson fe Wilder for petitioner.
D. G. Camarinos received nor
Mariposa a largo consignment of
Oherrios, Rhubarb,- Cauliflower.
Asparagus, Celery, Oranges, etc,
American Mossengor Service
Masouio Temple. Tolophono
a Honolulu McsBongorSorvico de
livers messages and packages.
Nicoly furnished rooms at the
Popular House, 154 Fort street,
trora si.uu por week up. "
If you want n nico rubber tiro
hack with a careful driver ring up
Club Stnblo Haok Stand Tol. 819,
nnd wo gunrnntoo you will bo
Moohanio's Homo, corner Hotol
and Nuuanu stroets, lodging by
day, week or month. TormB: 25
nnd CO cents por night. S1 and
$1.25 por week.
Do you liko to drink puro whis
ky? Thon if you do call for
"A. A." Jobbo Mooro at any of tho
saloons. Lovojoy & Co., distribu
tors for tho Hawaiian Islands,
Tho uso of tho Singer in mil
lions of homes shows 'tho unpro
cedontod success of those ideal
sowing machines. It is convinc
ing proof that tho Singor oxcols
in nil kinds of family sowing nnd
nrt neettlo work:. All our sowing
machines nro of tho l,ost construo
thu, boautifully dooorntod. and
nrj mounted on selected woods in
finely finished cnbinots of nrtistio
dosignB. B. Borgerson, agent, 16
P. O. Box 44s
The Milwaukee Punc-ture-Prooi
AS RESILIENT AS ANY TlKUj.MADE.
Bailey's Honolulu Cyclcry.
Sole agents AioJel 15 Bcebe Rlcycles.it
$ 30. Repairs that are repairs at the .old
reliable 2? 1 King street.
The Club Stables
0. BELiiTNA, : TVInnncoi.
Livery, Boarding & Sale Stables
Prompt Service. Stylish Turnouts.
Wo are orn?clnlly ''equipped to cntor to
your trntlo. Knlr dunlin); and gootl Her
vlco is wlint wo dopond upon to got it.
Wo havo for salo Eiiinlly Carrlngo and
Driving Horses, hinglo or doublo toauis
Thoy aro In good condition and will bo
gold on favorable tonus.
Dr. Kownt Is always in attoudnnceat
dub Stables Hackstand
Cor. Union A Hotel SLs
(Old Hall ToworJ. J
OAREFULL AND WELL INFORMED
DRIVERS. FIRST CLASS CARRIAGES.
HACKS AT ALL HOURS.
Orders forSurrej-H, Wngonettoa, Slnglo
or Doublo Teams at a niotnont's notlob.
Hack No. 125, 183, 100, 70, 77.
Your Roof and
Should be put in thorough repair
before you are washed out during '
the heavy rains.
I stand ready to do any necessary
75-79 KING. ST. ,
Tolophono No. 31.
A GOOD THING
4--X7 8 O
Ohia, Algeroba and Fine Firewootv
Oat and Bplit (ready for the Stove).
STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COAt
WHITE AMD BLAOK BAND
At Lowest Prices, delivered to any part
HUSTACE & CO.,
XI Qniwn Htreat.
' TARO TATCH FIDDLES.
Workmanship and Material Guaranteed. Repalrluc
a Specialty. '
1130 :: No. "lOWKINQHTL
Comer King and Alakea Sts., Honolulu.
GJ-uitai's, : XJlcnloles,
Workmanship and material euaranteed. Rtpalrlnt '
. a epeclally.
Election o? OYliccrs.
The following named persons have ben
elected to the Directory of the Hawnli.in
Fruit and Plant Co., Ltd., vl,t :
T. J. King,
L. G. Keffogg,
. W. B. Thomas,
To fill vacancies from resignations of S. J.
Murdock, G. A. Murdock, L. H. MeslcU.
Edgar Wood has been elected Secretary,
vice L. H. Meslck. The following now
constitute the Officers and Directory of the
Byron O. Clark, PreslJr.it.
T. J. King.
L. G. Kellogg.
W. B. Thomas, 'I re.isurer.
C. H. V. Nortim, Auditor.
1200-iw EBGAR WOOD, Secretary,
Digging or taking sand from makal side
of Ala Moana RoaJ(wch Road) Is strictly
" -"fiy - -f-"
proniDiteu.any person or (icrsons caught
In the act, will be prosecited to th; full
extent of the Law.
W. II. CUMMINGS,
Ro.ul Supervisor, Honolulu.
. ;v , . Kii-juakb., ',