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- THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., MAY 21, loW. ' 7 1tf
Oceanic Steamship Company.
Tho Fine Passenger Steamers of This Line Will Arrivo at au
Leave This Fort as Hereunder.
From San Pranoisoo:
AUSTRALIA June 7
ALAMEDA June 21
In connectionwitb tho sailing of tho above Btenmors, tho Agents
are prepared to issuo, to intending passengers, coupon through
tickets by any railroad from Ban Francisco, to all points in the
Unitod Statos, and from Now York by any Btaamship line to all
For further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited,
Gonoral Agents Ooennio S. S. Co.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. 0 Tojo Kiscn Kaisha
...... Steamers ot the above compini.i will cell at Honolulu and leave this port on or about the
dtes below mentioned!. ...
For Japan and China:
GAELIC May Jt
HONKONO MARU June 8
CHINA June t6
DORIC June 14
NIPPON MARU July 4
RIO OB JANERIO July n
For general Information apply to
H. Hackfeld &
-. . ... ....... II.. -...!.- In rnnn -
between Vancouver, t C. and Sydney. NS. W..
andBrlsbane are UUK AT HONOLULU
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C.
hor buva. unsoane ana .lyamri
Aorangl August 4
Mlnwera... .September 1
Warrlmoo July 1
Mlowera. ..November 14
-WThroueh tickets lsied from Honolulu to Canada. United States and Europe. For Freight and
Passage and all general Information, apply to
Theo. H. Da vies & Co., Ltd., Gen'l Agents.
Lines of Travel.
The British-American S.S. Line
Freight contracted through from any
point In the United States to the Hawai
ian Islands In connection with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific or Canadian
Pacific Railways. Monthly sen-Ice from
Seattle and Tacoma with our New A-I,
6000 ton steamer, the
with latest improvemei ts for a large
freight carrying capacity. Strong traffic
arrangements with the three Northern
Trans-Continental lines which enable us
to give the consignees the benefit of rock
bottom rates on their Eastern shipments.
For further Information, apply to
HEHRY WATERHOUSE & CO.,
Queen Street. General Agents.
O. R. & L. Co.
From and After January 1, 1800.
STATIONS. Dally Dally
(Outward) ...Sun. Dally ex. Sun.
Pearl City.... 80
(Inward) ex bun,
Kahuku. ..... ....
Dallv Dallv Daily
A.M. PJVl. P.M
F. O. Smith, Qon'l Pass. & Tlckot
O. P. Dknibon, Superintendent.
HENRY BRYANT, Prop.
The stage for Kiwenlie, Heela, "Wal
kane, Puimluii, Lule, Kiilitiku anil way
points, will leave Pnstnniee, Bethel
street Hide, at l a. in. (HiiiiiluyH except
ed), calling for paHsengers anil pack
ages at Lovejoy & Go's, No.lONuuunu
tf3)uStRe will make the return trip
from Kahuku daily .
iiiBtt Iem 13
For San Franoisoo:
AUSTRALIA June n
MARIPOSA June 23
For San Francisco:
DORIC June 9
NIPPON MARU June 10
RIO DE JANARIO June i
COPTIC June a?
AMERICA MARU July 4
CITY OF PEKING July 14
GAELIC July si
Co., Ltd., Agents.
tlnn with the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO..
and calling at Victoria B. C. Honolulu. Suva (Fiji).
on or about the dates below stated, vii:
FROM SYDNEY. BRISBANE AND
For victoria and Vancouver (U. -.):
Warrlmoo.. August it
Aorangl... September 8
Mlowera. ... October 6
Anrangl... .December 11
Lines of Travel.
Will lonyo Honolulu every Tuesday at
12 o'clock in., toui'hlnu; at Lahalna,
Muul.ttn Day nnd Ukoua tho name
day; Mahuknna, Kawalt ao and Lau
palioohoo 1I10 (ullowlntc. day, arriving
at llllo Wednesday evonlng,
Uotuniln,? will mII from llllo every
Friday at it o'clock p. in., touching at
I.iuipiilxmlioo. Mikluikotia, Kawalhae,
Miikuuu, Mitaliirn Hay and Lahalna,
arriving at Honolulu Situnlay night
Will call at Poholkl, Puni, on the
second trip of etch month, arriving
there on tho morning of the day of
sailing from llUo to Honolulu.
'I ho popular ront lo tho Volcano iR
via llllo. A. goixl oirriago road tho en
S, S, CLAUDINE
Will lcmvo Ilouoluhi Tuonday, at 6
o'clock p m , touching at Kahului,
liana, Ilnnioii and Klpahuhi, Maul Ko
turning, arrives at Honolulu Sunday
Will call at Nun, Knupo, onco oacii
This company rewirves tho right to
make ouanges in tno time or flniutrtiiro
and arrival of its ftcamors WITHOUT
NOTICE, and It will not bo renpoimllilH
for any consequences arising there
from. Consignees must bo at the landing
to receive their freight. This company
will not hold itself responsible for
freight aftor it has Imon lauded.
Live stock rocelvod only at ownor's
This company will not lie responsi
ble for monoy or valuables of passon
gors unless placed in tho care of purs
ore. Passengers aro rofjuostod to purchase
tickets before embarking. Thono fall.
Ingtodo so will bo subject to an add!
tlonal chariro (if twenty II vo nor cout.
Tho c in p; ny will not be llablo for
loss of, nor injury to, nor dolayln.tho
dolivory of baggage or porwinul ollects
of tho imsheiiger bayond tht amount of
JUKI tin, unless 1110 VHlue or tlio samo
o declared, at or lwifore tho issun of
the tlckot, and freight Is p.tld thoreon,
All employutts of tho UoiuiMiiy are
forblddon to receive freight without de
livering a shipping receipt I hern for in
the form proscriled by tho Company
and which may 1h soen hyshlppors
uion appllrutinn to the purport of the
Shlppars are iiotillcd that if froight Is
shlied without such receipt, it will I mi
bulely at tho risk of tho xlilpHir.
O. r.. WIOHT, Prnildont.
8. II ROSK, Knumiary,
OAPT. J. A. KINO, Port Sujit,
wilder s Stapip
Beer and Vine Dealers.
iMPOKTBllfl, AND WHOI.I3HAI.H
Wine ani Lipor Sealers.
Agents lor the Bottled kalnler Deer of Seattle,
No. 11) Nuuanu Stiiket
Foster Block, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands,
P.O. Box ut. Mutual Telephone 108.
GONSALVES & CO., Ltd
WHOLESALE GROCERS AN1
225 Queen stroot, Honolnlu, H, I,
lonsoiiuateil Soda Water Co., U
:orncr Allen & Fort SU., Honolulu
HOLLI8TER & CO.,
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Office at the Hawaiian ChlneseNews Co 's
It No. 8!i KingstrMt.llonolulu.il I
Cooks, Walters, Yardmen, Plantation La
borers, and all kinds of employees furnish
id promptly on short notice.
This Agencv fully examines all appll
ants for employment as to their compe
tency before sending them to its patrons.
r'. ?s 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 Ladies' Shoes,
Men's and Children's Hats.
SING LUNG & CO.
CliONO Sam. Mgr. (no6-im) P.O. Demon
W. W. AHANA'
323 Nuuanu St.
fine Suitings in English, Scotch and
American Goods mado to ordor.
telephone 608. Postofilcobox 988.
And HOUSE PAINTERS.
115M Nuuanu street, Honolulu, H. I.
CHIN SING 00,
106 Wost King Street
Contractors aitl Bmlte
Jobbing promptly attonded to; also all
kinds of Furniture on hand. 1210-Otn
400 Nuuanu Street.
Chairs of all kinds, Matting,
Cigars, Silk and Chinese Teas.
CHAIRS of all kinds, Matting,
Chinese Grass Linen in nny color,
Fancy China Silk Handkerchiefs.
KWONQ III NO OIIONC1 CO.,
Nuuanu nbovo King st.
SIS K3G RESrAUBAHT
Alakea, bolweeu Mercliant aud King
A First Class Meal at All Hoars,
StB. Luncheon Rooms for Ladles
ami dents. Glvo ut u trial.
First-Class Resort In Every Respect.
Best 25-Ccnts Meal In Town.
LOOK HQP & CO.,
Beretanla and l-'ort Streets
joj Nuuanu St., next Exchange Saloon,
Cloihlns, etc., made to order.
All Suits guaranteed to Tit. and In the Latest Style.
No. 6 Nuuanu St. below Merchant, Honolulu.
MERCHANT : TAILOR.
MTSuIti guaranteed to fit and In latest styles
Clothing made to order; Uniforms a specialty,
Clullwrs cleaned and repaired at reasonable rales
Anyone found trespassing on my Plan
tation at H.tnnlel, Kauai, after 8 o'clock
p. in. will be prosecuted according to law.
bKH IAI WAI.
n87-2m Hanalel, Kauai.
A tlltnal. arM ih lallxtl htnntnr Ww uttt K
found on the eighth page.
MOVKMKNTS OF" STEAMERS.
Steamers due and sailing today and for the next six
days are as follows:
Steamers From Due
W O Hall Knna and Kau My 6
Mlkahala Kauai May it
Alameda Colonies May aft
Klaau Maul and Hawaii May it
Claudlne Maul May 8
Mlkahala Kau.il May t8
Steamers For Due
Mlkahala Kauai Mays,
Alameda S.in Francisco May ti
From San Francisco, per 8 S
Moana, Mny 2-1 E H Adams and
wi'o, Dr U V Andi'tBon, wifu, two
cbiklrpn and nurse, G R Aubur
lisp. Jus INrlico, li Hock, J A
UeckBr, Walter H Buck, W 0
Cocbrau, C M Cooke, wifo, two
children and Liure, Mra H E
Cooko nnd m Hid, G M Hancock,
wifo and two cliildieu, A Hooper,
Mrs V Koebclo aud boii, D Q Lit
tle, F N McCandlosB, R L McRao,
Leo Myer, Mi'sh H Mm ton, AO
Paulseuier, B Reims nnd wife, U
0 Robertson nnd wife, A Rejoio
and wife, V J Sjbwiat, T SiukI
ley. Mis Soult-, child tttid mnid, E
SouUiRrd, Paul Slicker, Mth ,1
S Walker. W T Wheallny. wifo
aud two children, Mi b 0 DWripht
aud daULjbtor, Dr Robineon aud
78 in tbo steernire.
For Kekabu, por stmr Noeau,
May 23 Jim Cooke and Captain
For Nawiliwili, per etmr Kilo
bBna, May 2'5 H Eruger and Q
For Maui ports, per etmr Clan
dluc, May 23-H P Raldwin.Obris
tiau Courndt, Miss Auua Wido
raann, Mrs Christian Conradt,Mts
J R Mills, J T McCrosson, S 0
Mills, Miss M Kuliopailaui, Mrs
M K Mobeula, O P Gritnwood and
wifo, Mra Weitkunat, Rev J Koki
pi, Rev John Akiuo, J S McCaud
less, Mrs T E Ayers and cbild.
For China and Japau, per P M
S S City of Peking, May 24 Mr
and Mrs Sherman Clark, Geo E
Boardman, Mies Janet Waldorf,
Mra Ada Dow Currier, Miss Vir
ginia, ACrat.na, N iMcGregor, J
H Love, Dr Uobida and wifo, T
Matauoka and 73 Japanese and 49
CbiubBo steerage passengers.
Tho brig Lutlino sailed from
Shu Ftoncitco for Kahului May
The Emma Claudina laden with
lumber, saiUd from Eureka for
this purt May lb.
Tho S S Moana, Caroy com
mander, arrived in port this morn
ing, having Bailed ftom San Fran
cisco at 11:55 p m on tho 17th inst.
Tho first part of the trip was
rough but tho latter very good.
Tho City of Columbia will Bail
for Hongkong on or about the
luth of Juno. Should there bo suf
ficient inducement she will call
Tho Moana brought as froight
for this port, 25 bales paper. 41 cs
bicjclos, 100 rolls roofing, 14 cs
nuoto goods, 4b cs beer, lb pes
machinery, 82 csks beer, 88 cs
fanoy goods, 1J cs boots aud
shoes, 02 trunks boots and shoes,
G3 ch drugs, 10 kegs drugs, 18 pkgs
dry goods, UU bxs fruit, M cs to
becco, 184 ?ks flour, 80 eks coffcp,
10 cs carbon, 40 cb potatoes, 10 csks
Gab, 29 bxs dried fruit; consigned
to tho following: N E Bnkory Co,
Claus Spreckels & Co, Miss flil-
liean, Hon Drug Co, Haw News
Co, A Harrison, Gonsalvcs & Co,
Kwong Toug Lai, 13 Sbiegmnn,
Allen it Robinson, Wilder & Co,
W T Wheatley, People Mofg Co,
Han Bioycle Co, Haw Trad Co,
Willi, Nichols & Co, Cnmara feCo,
T H Davies & Co. Col Mills. T G
Thrum, Pao Hdw Co, Hint & Co,
Dimoud & Co, Li Pinkbiim, H
Wnrthington. L M Johnson, Hob
rou, Peacock & Co, Am 0 F Co, 0
A West, Mib Wright, Haokfeld &
Co, Alexander & Baldwin, CF
Wann, Hon bUoo House, Ulty
Furniture Bloro, A H Harecber,
Abrnm Brede & Co, Hall & Son,
Bymnu lSms, Hollisler Drug Co,
L B Key, M Mcliiorny, J It Uath,
Benson, Smith & On, Lowers &
Cooke, bohwfitzer x Co, u Carl
ton, McCoy, Phillips & Co, G An
(I rows, Quartnrinauter Dopt and
Pac Import Co.
Not the least beautiful of
wonders nature has lavished
upon Hawaii is the variety of
fishes in the surrounding
waters. Some of them gro
tesque in form and others
most marvelously colored.
KING BROS., hove a fine
collection of water colors.
Following aro tho latest char
ters at Pa:itic! Coast ports for porls
011 these i-lands:
Diamond Head, Haw bk, 020
tonB Pas and indso Sin Fran
cisco to Honolulu, in Hawaiian
Line, by Williams, Dimond & Co.
Alice Cooke, Am schr, 722 tons
Lumbor from Puget Sound to
Honolulu, by Higgine & Collins,
and not as previously reported.
Cousaelo, Am brig, 207 Ions
Pass nnd mdeo San FranoiBo U
Mahukoua, by J D Spreckels &.
Fall,, of Hyde, Haw ship. 1740
tonB Pi - Hid mdse Han Fran
cisco to Hilo, by J D Spreckels &
Haydn Brown, Am bk, 821 tons
Pass and mdso Sin Francisco to
Kahului, by Alexander & Bald
win. Santiago, Haw bk. 902 tons-
Pass and mdse San Francisco to
Hilo, J D Spreckels & Bros Co.
Ilrnrtt .Much About It.
"1 was all broken out witlj
limnles. I tried several remedies
in vtin, and having heard bo much
about Hood's Sarbtipnrilla I began
tnkiug it. After Inking two bot
tles my bkiu was cleared of pim
ples ana I am now bettor than
for years" Jcanno Cocagnp, 257
Grand Ave., Pasadena, Cnlifor
Hood'a Pilla euro niumnn. n!nk
heitdacbe, biliousness, indiges
Th Last Car.
Tho last cars of tho Einti
1110 last cars ot tno nine st
line going to wniKiKi ana i'alama
pass tho Anchor Saloon. The
clevorost mixologists in tbo city
are there always to put yon up
anything your may deeiro. Drop
in and tako a drop boforo you take
the ear. The celebrated Seattle
beer is to be had here on draught.
A full lino of liquors including the
faniouB A. A. Je6se Moore Wbicky
etc., always on hand. Received
per Warrimoo, Rainier Bock Beer
on draught. Tho Anchor Saloon
is hero to pleaso ita patrons. "
This over popular Rainier beer
is becoming a household word
and "will you havo a glass of
Seattle" is more often beard tbau
anything else. Tho Otiterion
Saloon have the boor on tap or in
American Mossenger Sorvioe
Masonic Temple. Tolephone
Honolulu Messenger Sorvico do
livers messages and packages.
Nicely furnished xoomB at the
Popular House, 154 Fort streot,
from $1.00 per week np.
Mechanic's Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, week or month. Terms: 25
and 50 cents por night. $1 and
$1.25 por week.
Fred Harrison is prepared to
furnish headstonesand monuments
in Hawaiian stono and marble.
Anybody requiring the same will
pi race, place their order at once.
Memorial Day ia faet approaching.
King, near Alakea streets.
New England Bakery & Candy
Co., Hotel street manufacture a
fine lino ot bread, pastry, wed'
ding cakes, ice creams, sherbets
and candies tinest in tbo city
and prices very low. Telephone
74. J. Ohwald Lotted, Mana
ger. Tho uho of the Singer in mil
lions of homos shows tho unpre
cedented succoes of thoeo ideal
Bewjng machines. It is convinc
ing proof that tho Singer excels
in nil kinds of family sewing and
art needle work. All onr sowing
machines aro of the st construc
tion, beautifully decorated, and
av mounted on solocted woods in
fiudly finished cabinets of artistic
designs. B. Bergerson, agent, 16J
Mr. John Peterson, of Patont-
ville, La., was very agreoably sur
prised not long ago. For eighteen
months ho had been troubled with
dvspntery and had tried throe of
tbo host doctors in New Orleans,
besides half a dozon or morn pat
ent medicines, but reocived very
little relief. Oharaborlian's Colic,
Oholora and Diarrhoea Remedy,
having bion recommended to him,
he gave it a trial and to his great
snrprise.tbrpo doses of that remedy
effected a permanent euro. Mr.
Wm. McNtiuiara, a well know 11
merchant of Ihesame place, ib well
acquainted with Mr. Pet rsou and
attests to the truth ot this state
ment. This remedy i for Balo by
all dealers. BenBou, Smith & Co,,
IV V P.O. Pnx
The Milwaukee Punc-ture-Proof
AS KESILIiiNT AS ANY riRU .MADb
Bailey's Honolulu Cyclery,
Sole norntc Mnilet , e nh nit.lAc .,
f jo. Repairs that are repairs at the oW
reliable 231 King street.
The Club Stables
O. Belltna, : Maiiagoi.
Livery, Boarding & Sale Stables
Prompt Service. Stylish Turnout.
Wo aro especially equipped to cator H
your trado. Knlr tlculing and pxxl nor
vico in what wo ilopuml uixm to Ret It.
Wo havo for nalo Family CnniKO and
Driving Horeo4, slnlo or double team,
Thoy aro in good condition aud will b
sold on favorablo tonus.
Dr. Rowat Ih always in attoudanee'al
Cor. Union ITotol SU
(Old Hell Tower).
OAKKFULI a AND WELL IXFOIIMEI
EIRST CL.ES CATtTtTAGES.
HACKS AT ALL HOURS.
Orders forSurreyn, Wngnnotttn, Singla
or Double Teams nt n nioment'H uotiou
Hack Nos. 1'25, 183, 100, 70, 77.
C. HELL1NA. Mpr
75 and 79 King Street
TELEPHONE NO. 31.
NOW, is tho Uino to get leaks and
broakages Boon to, and your
Roofs Put In Order
By competent workmen.
J pounds for 2$ cents.
60-pound casks, $4 per cask.
Hop Beor Depot, No. 11 Konia (formerl
A GOOD THING
Ohia, Algeroba and Pine- Fircvwi
Out and BpUt (ready (or tbo Btoro)
STOTE, STEAH & BLACKSMITH COlU
WHITE AND niMDK BMW
it Lowest Prkca, dblivnu! U uuy imji
HUSTAOE 4 CO.,
1 Qntwn Utrfft
FRED J. CROSS,
CousulliiiK and Sii,.i'rIiilotidlnir
Klectro-IIytlnui'le I'oiwir Trtntnilstloa
ItKl'Olf'X NI lTIMATLS
VURNI ill'.D. . . .
With Culton-Ncll Co , Queen htroct.
Ollleo iit'M to l'osloilltv. liUl
TAItO PATCH KIDDLES.
Workmanship ani .Material OuaranleiJ. KepatrroK
Joss tin Espiri Santos,
Corner Klnc nJ A1i'ci Stt Honolulu.
Griiitn-i's, : TTlciileleRj
TARO PATCH rinDlES.
Workmanship and rnatctlal cuaiintrtJ. Rrpabrttj
v-.-i3fI,lfcis- 'm .ke Ntf' u.-C?1"