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Oceanic Steamship Company.
The Fine Passenger Steamers of This Lino Will Arrive at iuir
Leave This Fort as Hereunder.
Prom San Pranoisco:
MOANA May 24
AUSTRALIA June 7
ALAMEDA June 21
In connection wltb tho Bailing of tbo above Btoamers, tbo Agents
aro prepared to isauo, to lntonniinj passongors, coupon through
tickets by any railroad from San Francisco, to all points in the
United Statos, and from Now York by any staamahip lino to all
For further particulars apply to
Win. G. Irwin & Co., Limited,
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co, 0 Toyo Klscn Kaisba
Steamers of the above companies wilt call at Honolulu an4 leave this pott on or about the
... dates below mentioned ti...
For Japan and China:
GAELIC May i
IIONKONG MARU June 8
CHINA June 16
DORIC June 14
NIPPON MARU July 4
RIO DE JANERIO July n
COPTIC July 91
For general Information apply to
H. Hackfeld &
WSteamers of the above line, running In connection with the CANADIAN PACiriC RAILWAY CO.,
between Vancouver, II. C, and Sydney. N. S. W.. and calling at Victoria, D. C. Honolulu, Suva (Fiji),
tuid Orlsbane are IIUIS AT iiiiwlui,u 01
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, B. C.
For Suva. Brisbane and Svdnev!
Mlowera June 9
Warrlmoo ...July 1
Aorangl August 4
Mlowera. ...September t
Warrlmoo. September so
Aorangl October t
Mlowera. ..November 94
Warrlmoo,. December ti
WThroueh tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and Europe. For Freight and
Passage and all general Information, apply to
,J04 Theo. H. Davles & Co., Ltd., Gen'I Agents.
Lines of Travel,
The British-American S,S, Line
Freight contracted through from any
point In the United States to the Hawai
ian IshnJs In connection with the Great
Northern. Northern Pacific or Canadian
Pacific Railways. Monthly service from
Seattle and Tacoma with our New A-I,
6000 ton steamer, the
with latest Improvemerts for a large
freight carrying capacity. Strong traffic
arrangements with the three Northern
Transcontinental lines which enable us
to give the consignees the benefit of rock
bottom rates on their Eastern snipmenis.
For further information, apply to
HENRI WATERHOOSB & CO.,
Queen Street. General Agents.
O. R. & L. Co.
From nnd After January 1, 1800.
. bun. Dally ex. Sun. Dally Dally
A.m. r". ;'
v. a. Surra. Gon'l Pass. A Tlokot
G, P. Denihon, Superintendent.
HENRY BRYANT, Prop.
The stage for Knnenhe, Heela, Wnl
kano, Punaluu, Lulo, Kahuku ntiH way
points, will leave Postnlllco, Betliel
Street Bide, nt I) a. m. (Sundays pxct-pt-ed),
calling for passengers and paek
ages at Lovejoy A Co'n, No.IONuimuu
jgLstnges will make the return trip
from Kahuku dally.
iiiHTT rm 14
"'r JIPJ "rwr-
1 II 1111" '1HVU
For San Francisco:
AUSTRALIA June n
MARIPOSA June 23
For San Francisco :
NIPPON MARU June 10
RIO DE JANARIO June t
AMERICA MARU July 4
CITY OF PEKING July 14
Co., Ltd., Agents.
or about the dates below stated, vlt:
FROM SYDNEY. BRISBANE AND SUVA,
r-or victoria ana Vancouver iu. :
Mlowera August j
Aorangl July 6
warnmoo.. . August 11
Aorangl. ..September f8
Mlowera.... October t6
Warrlmoo. .November a
Aorangl. ..December ti
Lines of Travel.
Wen Steamship Go's
Will leave Honolulu overy Tuesday at
12 o'clock tn ton-thing at Lnhalna,
Miial.u'ii Itiy und Miil.ona tho samo
day; Malillkoim, Kmvut.no and Lau
pithoehnn 1 ho following day, arriving
at IIIlo Wednesday evening.
Ttetimilnx will Kill from llllo overy
Krl'lity at tl o'cloul. p. in., touching at
L'iiii1kihIioo, Miiliukona, Kawathae,
Mitkcim, Miml.ua Iliy and Lnhulua,
nrrlvltiitnt Honolulu Snlurday night
Will c.ill at I-oholkl, I'uni, on tbo
second trip of inch month, arriving
there on tliu morning of tbo day of
sailing from llilu iu Honolulu.
'I he popul.ir rontn tit the Volcano is
via IIIlo. A good carriage road tho on
S. S. CLAUDINE
Will loavo Honolulu Tuesday, at 6
o'clook p nt , touching at Kahulul,
liana, Haum.i ami Kliuluilu, Maui Ro
turning, arrives at Honolulu Sunday
Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, onco oacn
Tills company roiorves the right to
make changes In the tlmo o( departure
and arrival of Its Hoamors WITJIOUT
NOTICE, and It will not bo respoiiNlliln
for any conaoquoucos arising there
from. Consignees must bo at tho landing
to receive tholr freight. This company
will not hold Itself responsible for
frolght affor It has boon landed.
IjIvo stock recelvod only at ownor's
This company will not bo responsi
ble for money or valuables of pawou
gors unions placod In tho caro of purs
era. Passongors aro roquostod to purchase
tickets buforo embarking. Tho-10 fall
ing to do so will bo siibjoct to an addi
tlonal chargn of twenty Uvo por cent,
Tho company will not bo llablo for
loss of, nor Injury to, nor dolay In, tho
dollvory of baggage or personal etlucts
of tho pabtiuugor beyond the amount of
IJlOOOil, unless tho value of tho same
be declarod, at or bofnro the ixsue of
the tlckot, and freight is paid thereon.
All employees of tho Company are
forblddon to rocelvo freight without de
livering a shipping receipt therefor In
the form proscribed by the Company
and which may be seen byshlpers
upon application to tho purhora of the
Shippers aro notified that If freight Is
shlppod without such rocelpt, It will be
bolely at tho risk of the shlpiKir.
C. L. WICUIT, President,
S. II ROSE, Kccretury,
OAPT. J. A. KINO, Port Su-.t,
EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., MAY 23,
Beer and Wine Dealers.
LOVEJOY & CO.
iMroniuim, and Wholksalh
fine el Lipr Dealers,
Agents for the Bottled kalnler Beer of Seattle.
No. 19 NUUANU STHKKT
Foster Block, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
P.O. Bonn,, Mutual Telephone o8.
GONSALVES & CO., Ltd
WHOLESALE GROCERS ANI'
225 Qucon atroot, Honolulu, H, I,
Jonsoliilateu Soda Water Co., LI
Corner Alton & Fort Stt., Honolulu
HOLLI8TER & CO.,
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Office at the Hawaiian Chinese Nes Co 's
U No. 1 King street, Honolulu, II I
Cooks, Walters, Yardmen, Plantation La
borers, and all kinds of employees furnish
ed promptly on short notice.
This Acencv fullv examines all annll-
ants for employment as to their compe-
:ency oeiore senuing mem 10 us patrons,
fl. 7S P. O. Box 046
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, Silk
Handkerchiefs, Men's and Ladles' Shoes,
men's anu v-nnuren's nats.
SING LUNG & CO.
Chono Sam. Mgr. (iio6-im) P.O. Box 1031
W. W. AHANA1
323 Nuuanu St.
eino Suitings In English, Scotch and
Amorlcan Goods made to order.
-PostoiTicO box 988.
And HOUSE PAINTERS.
ii5 Nuuanu street, Honolulu. H. I.
OHIK SING 00,
100 Wost King Stroot
Contractors ail Bnilta
Jobbing promptly attondod to; also all
kinds of Furnlturo on hand. 1210-rtm
400 Nuuanu Street.
Chairs of all kinds, Matting,
Cigars, Silk and Chinese Teas.
CHAIRS of all kinds, Matting,
Chinese Grass Linen in any color,
Fancy China Silk Handkerchiefs.
KWONQ IJINO CIIONO CO.,
Nuuanu abovo King st.
HIK KES BSSTAURAUT
Alakea, botweou Merchant and King
A First Class Meal at All Hours,
rfiu Luncheon Rooms for Ladles
anil dents. Qlvouni trial.
First-Class Resort In Every Respect.
Best 2G-Ccnts Meal In Town.
LOOK HOP & CO.,
Bcretanla and Fort Streets
J05 Nuuanu St., next Exchange Saloon,
Clothing, etc., made to order.
All Suits guaranteed to Fit, and In the Latest Style.
No. 6 Nuuanu St., below Merchant, Honolulu,
MERCHANT : TAILOR.
WSults guaranteed to fit and In latest styles.
Clothing made to order: Uniforms a specialty,
Clothes cleaned and repaired at reasonable rates
Anyone found trespassing on my Plan
tation at Hanalel, Kauai, after 8 o'clock
p. m. will be prosecuted according to law.
1 187-201 Hanalel, Kauai.
Additional, and the latest Shipping Nevis, will be
found on the eighth page.
MOVEMENTS OV RTEAMKItS.
Steamers due and salllne todav and tor the n.tt lx
days are as follows:
t.fnre I film n,ia
Moana San Tranctsco May 94
Wtl Hall Knna anj Kau May 36
Mtkahala Kauai May
Alameda Colonies May 26
Ktnau Maul and Hawaii M.v .
Ctaudlne Maul . ,,., Mav 8
Mlkahala Kauai, .May a8
Steamers For Due
Klnau Hawaii and Maul May aj
Claudlnt Maul May aj
Ufolu Kohala May 3)
Mlkahala Kauai May i,
Alameda San Francisco , May 6
The bnrkentino Wrestler
sailed from San Fraucieeo for Ka
hului, May 1(5, with the follow iog
imporlaut cargo: 410 pkus ma
chinery, 105 pes pipe, '201 steel
roils, 0803 railroad lien aud 40
Tbo China did not get away for
San Fraocipco until a liitlo Hfter
11:30 o'clock Inst uifjlit. She waa
dolayed until about 10:15 for tbo
liauauiiB ou the wbnrf. Tin ro
inainder of tho wait was for tho
papers fromlhoofficoof thnngentH.
Hilo Sailed, Mny 20, Am nli'p
A J Fuller, for New York, with
33,372 hflga of sugar valued at
1.5,874 55, Am scbr Pioneer, for
South 13eud; May 14, Am echr An
nie Johnnou, for Ban Francisco,
with 27,8G0 bogs of sugar valued
at 8142,190 aud 01 bugo of coffee
valued at 8034 12. Arrived, May
18, Am bktn Archer, Calhoun, 11
days from San Francisco. May
'20, Haw bk Eoderick Dhu, John
son, 11 days from San Francisco.
From Snn Francisco, per P M 8
S City of Peking, May 23 For
Honolulu: Mite Agues Craiy.Mrs
S Tuck. Uom T F Merrv. (JUVrn-
cent, T H Beher, Oliver Shipmnn,
U Jl Ualy, Wm luaertenb and eon,
A V Harlan and family, D T Cole
man, A B Dauman, Mrs W M
Miuton, Mrs E B Derby, WT
Johnson, James Lennon, James
Buchanan, P It Suea6ev, S V
Sueasoy, T W Kennedy, T E Els-
more, F G Ulman, H M Mercer
aud K Takata. For Yokohama:
Rear Admiral T B Watson, TJ SN,
Lieutenant Frank Maible, U SN,
Geo Maroh, Mr and Mrs W O
Dodd, A D Smith, O H Jobnsen,
W M Flock, Miss Blanche Allen,
Mrs O II Percy nnd infant, Mies
Freeman, O N Millikn, M Dr
fooillo, H D Smith, T T Aburtn,
A Simon, Geo I Burnah, O B
Peck, O A Fitzgerald, Miss Flor
ence Allen, Mr nnd Airs Harlan.
Mrs E A Ball, D E Spooner, O R
riimball, Mrs M M Cox, A llueg",
Misa E Bashford, F Soverign, 0
Soto, F S Brannan and F P
For Eauai ports, por stmr Mi
kahala, May 22 Mrs O H Bishop,
Chas Gay, F O Parker, Mr MoNi
col, Rev F W Damon, W L Har
dy, R W T Purvis, O Woltors and
The barkenlino Irmgnrd was
supposed to have sailed from San
Francisco Mny 10, but nho did not
get away until the 14th. Among
er principal shipments for this
port are the following: 505 bbls
Hour, G cs hats nnd caps, 4i5 pkgs
machinery, 1399 cs canned goods,
GO or and 5 bbls falmon, 81 cs
hardware, 189 pkgs groceries aud
provisions, 2250 lbs meal, 75 cs
paint and oils, 500 sks bran, 100
sks shorts, 225 kegs white lend,
110 pkqa car material, 1000 bxs
snap, 18 mules, 2G2 tons fertilizer,
1350 lbs dried fruits, 100 bbls
lime, 1 cs dry goods, 410 ctls bar
ley, 500 cb coal oil, 9384 lbs beans,
11,30!) lbs lard, 80 lbs tea, 11
horflp, 2100 manufactured tohno
co, 19,913 lba bread, 89.550 bricks,
295,000 lbB.sugnr, 450 ska mid
dlings, 190 ctls corn, 37 bxs rnis
ins, 900 lbs seed, 250 bales hay,
4272 gals and 70 ca wine and 4
Pollen Court Noloe.
In the Police Court yesterday
the following oaoa wore dinposnd
of: Kealolm Kilia, malicio.uB in
jury, sentence suspended for
three months; Yeo Snng, opium in
possession, 800 and eoste; Ah
Ngee, opium in posaepsiou, 850
and coats; Ah Po, violating car
ririgo regulations, SO and costs;
James Ilewsou, furious nnd heed
Ipbb driving, nolle, prori; James
Hewson, RSsiault and battery on a
police oilicur, $10 and costs; Ah
Pui, larceny in the second degreo
(rtciliui chickens), SI nnd costs.
HUGHES In Honolulu, II. I May
2i, ISO!), at ll:3il p. in., Jerome
O'Xell Hughes, tho youngest miii
of Mr. it nil Mrs. J. A. Hughes, ugud
The funeral will bo held this afternoon
from the residence onSdiool street.
It Never Disappoints,
Pooplo who nro tioubled nnv
dineiipo mused or prnmot'd by
impure uioou or a tow Biatu n lue
f-ystem may take Hood's Sarsa
ptrilla with the utmost conGdonce
that its faithful use will effect n
cure. M.llioiib (nkoit as n spring
medicine, because they know by
experience it is just what tho sys
Hood's Pills are tho best family
catbnrtionnd liver tonic. Gentle,
The Last Car.
Tho la-;' pri of tho King stroet
linegoiuj. Wnikiki and l'ulnmn
pass tho Anchor Saloon. The
cleverest mixologists iu tho city
aro thero always to put you up
anything you may desire. Drop
iu nnd tnko a drop betoro you take
tho car. Tho celebrated Seattle
beer is to bo had here on draught.
A full lino of liquors including tho
famous A. A. Jesse Moore Whiky
etc., always on hand. Received
per Warriraoo, Ratnior Bock Beer
on draught. Tho Anchor Saloon
is hero to please its patrons.
This ewer popular Rainier beer
is bocoming a honsohold word
nud "will you have a glass of
Seattle" is moro often hoard than
anything cIbo. Tho Criterion
Saloon have tho beer on tap or in
Amorican Mossengor Sonrico
MnHouio Temple. Telophono
Honolulu Messenger Service do
livers messages nnd packages.
Nicely furnished rooms at the
Popular Houso, 154 Fort stroot,
from 31.00 por wpok up.
Mechanic's Homo, corner Hotol
and Nuuanu etreeta, lodging by
day, week or month. Terms: 25
and 50 cents por night. $1 nnd
$1.25 per week.
Tho uso of tho Singor in mil
lions of hnmcB shows tho unpre
cedented success of tboso ideal
sowing machines. It is convinc
ing proof Mint the Singer excels
in all kinds of family sewing and
art noedlu work. All our sowing
machines are of tLe st construo
tnn, beautifully decorated, and
an mounted on selected woods in
finely finished cabinets of artistic
designs. B. Bergorson, agent, 16
Mr. John Peterson, of Patout
ville, La., was very agreeably sur
prised not long ago. For eighteen
mouths ho had been tioubled with
dysentery and bad tried three of
tbo boat doctors in New Orleans,
besides half a dozen or moro pat
ent medicines, but received very
little rolief. Ghamborlian's Colio,
Oholora and Diarrhoea Remedy,
having beon recommended to him,
he gave it a trial and to his great
6urprise,throodoaosof that remedy
effected a permanent euro. Mr.
Wm. McNnmnra, n woll known
merchant of the samo place, is well
acquainted with Mr. 1'eUrson and
attestn to the truth of this r.tnte
moot. This remedy is for salo by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co,,
Souvenir Rhoto. Jewelry
was first introduced here by
King Bros, who represent the
manufacturer of the very best
of this class of work. A view
of their samples is invited.
Color work a specialty. Leave
your orders at KING BROS.,
110 Hotel street.
I, Tarm at llamaltua $ 6.e
6. A 4o-room Lodging House, is-year lease. 5.00c
I. itj acres coffee land, Kona j.oo
10. Lot H acre near town 1.50
I,. House and Lot, Punahou 1,00
14. Large Lot and good Paying Business.,,, ts.cu
15. Large Lot. Palama, nearly l acre 4.cxx
16. Lot 5oxiao,llhdelllnghouse.OuatrySt t.j
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Post Office Lane, - Honolulu,
KB P-o.no, e.
The Milwaukee Puncture-Proof
AS RESILIENT AS ANV TlRU. MADE.
Bailey's Honolulu Cyclery,
Sole agents MoJel 15 Rwbe Btcyclesal
f '?.. repairs that are repairs at the alt
reliable 231 King street.
The Club Stables
O. BeltjIna, : TMnnnpxjr.
Livery, Boarding & Sale Stables
Prompt Service. Stylish Turnout.
Wo aro ospoclally oqnlppod to cntor K
your trado. Fair dealing nml good 9ew
vlco Is what wo dopond upon to get It.
Wo havo for salo Family Carriage and
Driving Horses, slnglo or double team.
Tboy aro In good condition nud will b
old on favorablo torinn.
Dr. Hownt la always In atlendanoo'ssl
Cinb Stables Hackstand
Cor. Union A Hotol Sta
(Old lloll Towor).
CAIIEFULI, AND WELL INFOKMED
FIIlbT CLAt.5 O.wwiirtUES.
IIACKS AT ALL HOUItS.
Ordors forSurreys, Wugoni'tloM, Single
or Doublo Teams t a motnont'M notlou
Hack Nos. 125, 183, 100, 70, 77.
C. ItKLLINA. Mgr
75 and 79 King Street
TELEPHONE NO. 31.
NOW. Is tho tlmo to get leak and
breakages soon to, and your
Roofs Put in Order
By compotont workmon.
J pounds for 2$ cents.
60-pound casks, $4 per cask,
Hop Beer Dopot, No. 11 Konla (formerly
A GOOD T.-..NQ
Ohia, llgeroba and Pine, FirewoM
Oat and BpUt (ready for the Stove).
STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COil
WHITE AND BLACK BAND
it Lowest 1'rL'ca, ddlvoiid to ary pari
HUSTAOB & CO.,
HI Onwn Htrtvl
FRED J. CROSS,
ContmUlug and Sitj-i iliituudini;
Electro-IIi'drnnllc Towor TranmIsloa
HKI'OH'IN AND ESTIMATES
FUHNI-llKD. . . .
With Cation-Nell Co., Queen fctieot.
Ofllco noM to lostonic. 122J
TAItO PATCH FIDDLES.
Workmanship and Material Guaranteed. Rcrabi
-No. 2101; KING (Tt.
Joss ii EsDirito Santos
Comer King an1 Alsl.:a Sis., Honolulu.
Gria.itn.rH, : Ulmlelefi,
TARO PATCH FIDDLES.
Workmanship and material guaranttrd. Repair's!
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