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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., MAY 5, 1899.
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Oceanic Steamship Company.
The Fine Passenger Stonmora of This Lino "Will Arrive nt anr
Loavo This Port as Hcronndor.
Prom San Francisco:
AUSTRALIA May io
MOANA May 24
AUSTRALIA June 7
ALAMEDA June 21
In connection with tho sailing of the above stonmora, tho Agonts
aro preparod to isauo, to intending passengers, coupon through
tiokots by any railroad from San Francisco, (o all points in tho
Unitod States, and from Now York by any steamship line to all
for fnrthor particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. fs Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of t!i above comp nin lll rail at Honolulu and leave this port on or about the .
. diles below mentioned),...
For Japan and China:
AMERICA MARU May i)
CITY OP PLKING May
OAELIC May 31
HONKONG MARU June 8
CHIN June 16
DORIC June 34
NIPPON MARU July 4
RIO M3 JANERIO July ij
COPTIC July i
Tor central Information arr'y to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents.
Canadian - Australian Royal Mail Stamsliip Company.
3-Steamers of the above line, running In connection with the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.,
between Vancouver. D.C., and Sydney. N. S. W., and calllne at Victoria, U. C, Honolulu, Suva (Fiji),
andDrlsbane are IIU1! AT 1IONOI.IJI.IJ on or about the dates below staled, vli:
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, B. C.
For Suva. Brisbane and SvdneV!
Aoranirl May ti
.. . . - 1 . ..
Aorangi august 4
Mlowera June 9
Warrlmoo July 7
Mlowera. ., .September 1
Mlowera. ..November 4
ri-Throueh tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and Europe, For Freight and
Passage and all general Information, apply to
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd., Gen'l Agents.
Lines of Travel.
DIRECT TO THE
The Britisli-AmericaaS.S. Line
THE S. S.
" GARONNE "
Will sail from Honolulu
About May 6th, 1899,
For ST. MICHAELS. ALASKA, via
TACOMA and SEATTLE, with stop to
Minhle nrrKMctnrs to outfit at either port.
The Company operates Its own vessels
on the Yukon Klver, anu its agents are
prepared to sell through tickets from
Honolulu direct to the Gold Fields, with
onlv one change of steamers.
The above sailing will open the season
For further Information apply to
HENRY WATERHODSE & CO.,
Queen Street General Agents.
O. R. & L. Co.
From and Alter Jnnunry 1, 1800.
rT.wnuc rtit. n.ttv
(Outward) ex. Sun. Dally ex. Sun.
A.M. A.M. A.M.
Honolulu 7:10 9:1$ i:i
Pearl City.... 80 0:48 11:40
EwaMIII 8:31 10:08 11.00
Walanae 10:50 ....
Walalua 11:55 ....
tl.llu Dillv Dallv
A.M. P.M. P.M.
P. O. Smith. Qon'l Tass. A Tickot
G. P. Denisqn, Superintendent.
HENRY BRYANT, Prop.
Tho stage for Knneoho, Hcoln, Wnl
kaiio, PuiiiUuw.IjuIo, Kahuku and way
points, will leave rontofllco, Buthol
street side, nt I) 11. in. (Sundays except
ed), calling for passengers and pack
ages at Lovejoy A Co's, No.lONuuanu
8 l3i-Stages will make the roturn trip
from Kahuku dally.
Tor San Francisco:
AUSTRALIA May 16
ALAMEDA May 16
AUSTRALIA June 13
MARIPOSA June 23
& Co., Limited
Oceanic S. S. Co.
For San Francisco :
CiAnLlC May 11
HONKONG MARU " Maa 16
CHINA May i)
DORIC June 1
NIPPON MARU June 10
RIO Dis JANARIO June 17
COPTIC June T
AMERICA MARU July 4
CITY OF PLKING July 14
FROM SYDNEY. URISDANE AND SUVA,
t-or victoria and Vancouver U. (..j:
Mlonera May to
Warrlmoo June 7
Aorangl July 5
Warrlmoo , August jo
Warrlmoo.. November as
Aorangl.,.. December so
Lines of Travel.
Wife's Steamship Co's
Will lenvo Honolulu ovory Tuosday nt
12 o'clock in., touching at Lalmlna,
Manlurm Bay and Makona tho same
duy; Muhukona, Kawalbao and Lau
ruilioohoo tho following day, arriving
nt llllo Wmlnowlay ovenlng.
llcturnliiri will nail from llllo ovory
Friday nt 0 o'clock p. m., touching nt
jAiipalioelioo, Mnhukoua, Kawalliao,
Makona, Maalnon nay and Lalialna,
arriving at Honolulu Saturday night.
Will call nt Poliolkl. Funs, on tho
socotid trip of oacli month, arriving
thoro 011 tho morning of. tho day of
sailing from Hllo to Honolulu.
The popular route to the Volcano Is
via llllo. A good carrlngo road tuo on
S, S. CLAUDINE
Will loavo Honolulu Tuosday, at 6
o'clock p. in., touching nt Knlmlul,
liana, Ilamoa and Ktnalmlu, Maul. He
turning, nrrivos at Honolulu Sunday
Will call at Nun, Kaupo, ouco each
This company reserves tho right to
mako changos in tho 1 1 1110 of departure
and arrival of its steamers WITHOUT
NOTICK, and it will not bo rosnonslblo
for any conaoquoncos arising thoro-
Consignees must bo at tho landing
to rocolvo their freight. This company
will not hold itsolf responsible for
freight aftor it has boon lnndod.
Live stock roccivod only at owner's
This company will not bo rosponsl-
blo for monoy or valuables of p.isson
gors unlosa placed in tho care of purs
ore. 'Passongorsaro roquostod to purchase
tiokots beforo ombarklug. Those fall
ing to do so will bo subjoct to an addi
tional charge of twenty-llvo por cent.
Tho company will not bo llablo for
loss of, nor Injury to, nor dolay in, tho
delivery of baggage or personal oitocts
of tho passongor beyond tho amount of
$100 00, unless tho value of tho sumo
bo doclarod, at or beforo tho issue of
the tickot, nnd frolght is paid thoreon.
All oinployoos of tho Company nro
forbtddon to recolvo freight without do
llvorlng a shipping receipt thorofor in
the form proscribed by tho Company
nnd which may be soon by shlppors
upon application to tho pursers of tho
Shlppors aro notlllod that If freight Is
shlppod without such rocolpt, it will bn
solely nt tho risk of tho shipper.
O. L. WIGHT, President.
S. H. HOSE, Socrotnry,
OAFT. J. A. KING, Fort Supt.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
3 pounds for 2$ cents.
60-pound cask?, $4 per cask.
Hop UoorDopot, No. 11 Kouln (formorly
iMPOHTKnS, AND WHOLESALE
Wine anil Lipr Scalers.
Agents for the Bottled Rainier Deer of Seattle,
No. HI Nuuanu Stiikct
Foster Block. Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
P.O. Box 137. Mutual Telephone
Acloso resomblnnco to Boor,
FrotnKonttoh Hops. NON-ALCOHOLIC.
" An ndmlrablo Imitation." London
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS.
GONSALVES & CO., Ltd
WHOLESALE GROCERS ANI
225 Queen stroot, Honolulu, H, ,
.onsoMateu Soda Water Co., IO
:orncr Alton & Fort Stt., Honolulu
HOLLI8TER & CO.,
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Office at the Hawaiian Chinese News Co.'t
tt No. H King street. Honolulu, H.I.
Cooks, Walters, Yardmen, Plantation La
borers, and all kinds of employees furnish
ed promptly on short notice.
This Agency fully examines all appli
ants for employment as to their compe
tency before sending them to Its patrons.
Tel. 7S P.O. Box Q46
Dry Goods Store
212 Nuuanu Street,
has opened with an entire new stock of Dry
Goods, Mattings, Camphor Trunks, all
kinds of Japanese and Chinese Silks, Sills
Handkerchiefs, Men's and Ladies' Shoes,
Men's and Children's Hats.
SING LUNG & CO.
Chqso Sam. Mgr. (m6-im) P. O. Box ion
W. W. BHftNAl
323 Nuuanu St.
ft no Suitings in English, Scotch and
American Goods made to order.
folophono 008. Postofllce box 088.
400 Nuuanu Stroot.
Chairs of all kinds, Matting,
Cigars, Silk and Chlnose Teas,
CHAIRS of all kinds, Matting,
Chlncso Grans Linen in any color,
Fancy China Silk Handkerchlofs.
KWONQ HINO OHONQ CO.,
Nuuanu nbovo King nt.
lim KSS RESTAUMHT
Alakoa, botwoon Morclunt and King
A First Glaus Meal at All Eourc,
U Lunolieon Rooms for Ladles
and Gents. Give us a trial.
30; Nuuanu St.. next Cxchance Saloon,
Clothing, etc., made to order.
All Suits guaranteed to Tit. and In the latest Style.
No. 6 Nuuanu St., below Merchant, Honolulu,
MERCHANT : TAILOR.
WSults (ruaranteed to fit and In latest styles
Clothing made to order; Uniforms a specialty.
Clothes cleaned and .repaired at reasonable ratejj
BANKO H. KOBAYASH1,
Fort and Beretanla Sts.
And HOUSE PAINTERS.
1 15M Nuuanu street, Honolulu, H. I.
Additional, and the latest Shlpcln? News, will be
found on the eighth pace.
MOVEMKNTS OK STEAMEItS.
Steamers due and salllne today and for the neat li
days are as follows:
Steamers from Due
W O Hall Kona nnd Kau Miy 5
Lehua .Molokalnnd Laml May 6
Kinau Maul and Hawaii At.iv (,
Claudlne Maul May 7
Mlkahala Kauai May 7
Australia San TranclKii . May to
Mlowir a Colonies May 10
Aorangl Vancoucr May ii
Steamers Tor Due
Coptic China and Japan May 6
Lehui Molubal and Lanal May 8
Mlkahata-Kaual May 9
W. O. Hall Kona and Kau May 9
Ctaudlnt Maul May 9
Klnau Hawaii and Maul May 9
Mlowera Vancomet . May 10
Aorangl Cn'onles Miy is
Gaelic San I'ranclsco May i)
From Sun Francisco, por 0fcO
SS Coptic, Mny C For Honolulu.
Mrnmt Mib Shorrann Clarke, Linn
Hnvrf Purlor. Rfls M Tj Hnwvor. Mr
and Mrs H M Mnrtiu, Mr and Mrs
J IT flnntis. E V Chrislif. "Mr imrl
MrsGF Uichvoll.ON Weaver Misb
Stella Jerome, Mr nnd Mr8 J O
Andcreou, M L Mny, Mr and
Mrs A Wilhoit, Alex Mitchell,
Geo S Evtine, Dr Iga Mori, Mm
Mori, ror lokohnuia: V Uditi,
Odin, Hon 0 Morla Vicuna and
Afrn Vinnnn. Misn Vnv. A'tmitm.
Miss Carmen Vicunn, Miss H Vi
otma, Master Carlos Vicuna,
Miss Manfrcdn, Mies Francisco,
Rev and Mrs 0 K Cum
mings and child, Mr and
Mrs B 0 Howord, Mies Howard,
Miss Gladys Howard. For Kobe:
F U Alienhnini. For Hlmnnlini.
T Fairlmrat, Miss Ella E Glover,
Itev J W L.ove, xMrs J W Love,
Mr and Mrs L Roeentbal and
infant, Dr and Mrs John
Fryer. For Hongkong: Mrs L
It Tuttlo, Uom S M Ackley,
W E Cumbach, O M Gehleeu.
ftonio rotiflc I'aaaenKera
Among tho passongorH for this
port in tho Coptio last night were
Mr. Linn JJoyd Porter (Albert
Ross) author of "Thou Shall Not"
and others, who will spend, a
short timo in tho Islands.
Goo. F. Bidwell, General Agont
for tho Chicago and Northweetorn
Dr. and Mrd. Iga Mori who have
been in tho States for several
months and who aro uow roturn
inif for good.
Among tho through passengers
aro tho following:
Hon. O. Morla Vicuna, wife and
family who are now on their way
to Yokohama. Mr. Vicuna is the
Chilean Emlmsiador to Japan.
He was formerly in that capacity
B. 0. Howard, agont for tho 0.
Sc 0. S. S. in Japau with head
quarters iu Yokohama.
Will Sail for l'auo Po.
The British ship Cardigan Cas
tle cloared yesterday for Fago
Pago, and will call today with
part of tho material for tho con
struction of the now Government
ooaling station in tho South seas.
Tho mechanics who will put to
gether tho f ram os and moldings
shipped on the Cardigan Castlo
will leave on tho next Australian
steamer. S. F., April 27.
Itangor lor Manila.
A day or so beforo tho Coptio
left San Francisco, tho U. S. S.
Rangor had her dock trial at Maro
Island. Sho will soon bo ready
to go into commission, a new ship
to all intents and purposes. Shu
will bo sent to Manila as soon as
sho is roady. On account of her
light draught sho will bo a valu
able addition to Admiral Dewey's
Henitor 11 nil Ohio Iavf.
Tho Sonator and Ohio sailod for
Manila via this port from Ban
Francisco on tho ovenlng of Ap
ril 27. They havo aboard tho
Thirteenth United Statoa Infantry
and a number of onlisted men and
recruits. The auBonteos wero
gathered in quickly by a corporal's
guard and whon tho steamers sail
ed away nearly everybody was
audio Will lie fix ye Lnte.
Nows carao by tho Coptic last
night llint the Gaelic would bo six
days Into in arriving at this port.
Sho was quarantined tit Nagasaki.
Pantographs are largely
used as a source of amuse
ment by young ancfbld while
they guide the unskilled hand
in making enlarged drawings
from smaller pictures by a
mechanical process. KING
BROS., have them for sale.
110 Hotel street.
Will llnve Nuii-Unlim Men.
Tho Transport Ohio sailed from
San Francisco with a crow of non
union moti nboaid. On tho voy
age homo from Matiilu, tliroo
white firo-men deserted at Naga
saki and JnpancAo wore taken on
iu tboir plnces, theeo wero refused
a landing at San Francisco nud
forced to romaiu aboard ship. As
they did thoir work well Captain
Hoggs decided to allow them to
remain aboard as long as thoy
cared to. On April 2G tho Fire
man's Union demanded the dis
chargo the Japauese, tho uuion
firomeu having refused to work
with thom. Tho domaud was re
fused and tho utiiou mon walked
HShore. They wero paid oil and
a sufficient number of non-union
Professor John Fryer, head of
the department of Oriental latgu
nges and literature in the Univer
sity of California arrrived in tho
Coptic. Ho is on a threo mouths'
trip to China. Professor Fryer
goes in tbe interoet of tho Chineso
Imperial Government to consult
ou pevpral educational matters, tho
chief of which is tho establish
ment of tho Cliiueso univorsity at
Nanking. Before Professor Fryer's
appointment to the Auassiz chair
of Orieutal luniriinges ho epont
mauy jvnrs in (Jlnua in tho im
perial sorvico translating educa
tional works into Chineso nnd mi
principal of tho English school nt i
aiianuntu. Mrs. lryer accompa
nies uer nusDiiod.
Uailcrr Plnynl Off.
Capt. Bergor "played tho offi
cials of the Badgor on" this morn
ing. Tho band received orders to
play tho bamoan Commissioners
off this morning. When Capt.
oergcr got to tuo water front he
found tho ship wonld not go out
for several hours so he stirred up
tlin tug and gavo an hour's sore
uado to tbe Badgor pasnongers.
rin. Anitralln IX'l.jnl.
Owing to tho delay of Inst trip
from carrying troops, bosides hav
ing a rough passage up, the stoam
or Australia was not going to sail
from San Francisco until yester
day . Sho will thereforo not bo
due Lore until next Thursday.
Diiueti'er of lliv l.tti Mr, Campbell.
Mrs. J. G. Audereon, daughter
of tho Mr. Campbell who died
some timo ago from injurios ro
ceived in one of the sugar mills
on the Islaud of Kauai, was a
passongcr iu tho Coptic last
The Hujrar Market.
Now York, April V6. Sogar
Raw firm; fair refining 4 B-1G;
centrifugal, 96 teat, 1 5 8c; Mo
lasses augar, 4 1-1G. RoGuod
Crushed 5&c; powdered, CJc; gran
Honolulu Messonger Sorvico de
livers messages and packages.
Notice to Stockholders of
the Honokaa Sugar
Stockholders in the above company are
requested forthwith to deliver their Certi
ficates of Stock to the Secretary for the
purpose of having same re-issued In shares
of the denomination of $20 each. The Sec
retary will Issue receipts for Certificates
delivered him which can be held by the
owner (or other party at Interest), until
such time ns the $20 shares are delivered.
No Certificates for 20 shares Will be Is
sued until all Certificates for f 100 shares
Secretary Honokaa Sugar Company,
Dated Honolulu, May 4, 1899. .
The StocUbook of the Honokaa Sugar
Company, will be closed to transfers from
May 4 to May 15 Inclusive.
Secretary Honokaa Sugar Company
Dated Honolulu, Alay 4t 899.
A Special Meeting of the shareholders of
the rioneer mm 1-0 , uiu., win oe neiu at
the office of II. HacKleM uo., uu., on
Saturday, May 6th, at 10 o'clock a. tn.,
for the mirnose of considering a proposition
to Increase the capital stock of said Com
pany, or sucn otner misiness as may come
before the meeting.
Secretary Pioneer Mill Co., Ltd.
Saturday Sketch Class
0. Howard Hitchcock.
STUDIO, MODEL BLOCK.
,..lw l-ofiaiuf Cltvaliu. IViigtess DIkU.
P. O. Dox 44s
The Milvvaukc. Punc-ture-ProoV
AS RESILIENT A,S ANi I'IRMUDE.
Bailey's Honolulu Cyclery,
Sole asents Model 15 Beebe Bicycles at
I30. Repairs that are repairs at the old
reliable 2,r King street,
The Glob Stables
0. Belmka, : Miinagut.
Livery, Boarding & Sale Stables
Prompt Service. Stylish Turnouts.
Wo nro osnoclally o(Ulpiod to cator tc
j'onr tnulo. J;'alr rivaling nml good not
vico 1h what wo ilopontl upon to got It,
wo nnvo rornaio nitnlly U:rrlRgHHrv3
Urivlni; Ilorno!i. Mnulo er doublo toanu
Thoy aro In Rood condition nnd will 1
soul on favorublo tornift.
Dr. Howat Ualnnys in nttotidance.'M
Ciub Stables Hackstand
Cor. Union A Hotel Stn,
(Old Itoll Towor).
OAUEFULL AND WEI.L INFORMED
FIIIST CIASS CAItRIAGE3.
HACKS AT ALL HOURS.
Ordors forSurrovH. AVauonettos, Slne)
or Doublo Teams nt n momont's notlob.
Hack Nos. 125, 183, 100, 70, 77.
O. nELlitNA. Mtrr
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.
Telephono No. 31.
A GOOD THING
Ohia, Algeroba and Pine Firewood
Cat and Bplit (ready lor the Btoie).
STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COil
WHITE AND BLACK BA.KD
M LoweBt Prices, delivered to any part
HI Qnean Rtreet.
TAItO TATCII FIDDLKH.
Workmanship and Material Guaranteed. Repatrhkf
1180 :: No. 210J4 KINO OT.
Jose ie isiito Santos,
Corner King and Alakea Sis., Honolulu,
Guitars, : TJlculoIew,
TARO PATCH TlDDLnS.
Workmanship and material Ruaranteed, Repalr1a
Election o! Officers.
The following named persons have been
elected to the Directory of tho Hawaiian
Fruit and Plant Co., Ltd., viz :
T. J. KIhk,
L. G. KelloRR.
W. B. Thomas,
To fill vacancies from resignations of S. J.
Murdock, G. A. Murdoch, L. II. Meslck.
Edgar Wood has been elected Secretary
vice L. H. Meslck. The following Ww
constitute the Officers and Directory of tho
Byron O. Clark, Pre.l .'cut.
T. J. King.
L. G. Kellogg.
V. B. Thomas Trtns irtr.
C. H. W. Noi-, Auditor.
noq-iw ED' iAR WOOD, Secretary.
Digging or taking sand from makal slJe
of Ala Ao.ina RoadBcach Road) Is strictly
prohibited, any person or persons caught
In the act, will be prosecuted to ths full
e,tent of the Law.
W. H. CUNNINGS,
Road Suervlsor, Honolulu.
1 105-2 w '
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