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THE EVENING BULLETIN; HONOLULU, H. 1., MAY 20, 1699.
Oceanic Steamship Company.
Tho Fino Passenger Stenmera of Thia Liuo "Will Arrive at am
Loavo Thia Port as Herenndor.
From San. Francisco:
AUSTRALIA June i
ALAMEDA. June 21
In connection wltb tho sailinc
10 pronared to iseuo, to lutoudinc pasaongore, coupon through I
fiorxoiB uy any rniiroati irorn oan x'rnnoisco, to nil points in tuo
Unit od BtatoB, and from Now York by any etaamahip line to all
For farther particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited,
General Agont3 Oceanic S. S. Co.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Go. 0 Toyo Risen Kaisba
Steamers of Hie above coicp iiii will call at
.. J.tes below
For Japan and China:
CAfLIC May )i
CHINA June 16
DORIC June 4
NIPPON MARU July 4
RIO DC JAKEKIO July ij
Tor general Information aprly to
H. Hackfeld &
iTStemeri ol the above line, running In connection with the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO .
between Vancouver, B C . anJ. Sydney. N. S. W.. anJ calling at Victoria. U. C, Honolulu, Suva (Fiji),
ad Urlsbans are IIU1C AT HONOLULU on or about the dales below stated, vix:
fROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C.
Fnt uv.. llrUbane anj Svdnevl
. ... , ;-.-' -1 . . .
Aoranci. .... ukui
Mlowera. ...September 1
Warrlmoo. September g
Mlowera. ..November 14
Warrlmoo. .December ti
WThroueh 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.
The Britisli-AiiiericanS.S, Line
Freight contracted through from any
point In the United States to the Hawai
ian IshnJs In connection with the Great
Northern, Northern P.iclfic or Canadian
Pacific Railways. Monthly service from
Seattle and Tacoma with our New A-1,
6000 ton steamer, the
with litest Improxemeits for a large
freight carrying c.tpaclty. Strong traffic
arrangements with the three Northern
Trans-Continental lines which emble us
to give the consignees the benefit of rock
bottom rates on their Eastern shipments.
For further information, apply to
HENRY WATERHOUSK & CO.,
Queen Street. General Agents.
f O. R, & L. Co.
Prom and After January 1, 1800.
(Outward) ;SiJn. Dally
AM. A M.
, 7 10
h ..in . . c la
cw. nin ' -
PeailClty J '5
p. C. Smith, deii'l l'ass. & Ticket
G. P. Dbnikon, Snporlntondont.
HENRY BRYANT, Prop.
The Btago for Knneohe, ITeela, Wal
kane, Punaluu, Lale, Kahuku anil way
TOliitk will leavo PohUiIIIco, Iiethol
Street wide, at I) a. in, (Sumlayn except
ed), calling for passengers and pack
ugea at Lovejoy A Co'u, No. 10 Nuuanu
iWufitages will make the return trip
from Kahuku dally .
For San Francisco:
AUSTRALIA- June 13
MARIPOSA June 23
of tho abovo ateamora. tho Aconla
Honolulu anJ lese tlili port on or about
For San Francisco :
RIO 1)1: JANARIO
CITY OI PEKING
Co,, Ltd., Agents.
FROM SYDNEY. BRISBANE AND SUVA,
I or victoria ana Vancouver (U. i..:
warrlmoo.. August 31
Aorangl.. .September 18
Mlowera.... October 16
Warrlmoo. .November a
Aorangl.... December at
Lines of Travel.
Wife's Steamship Co's
Will lonvo Honolulu ovory Tuosday at
12 o'clock in., touching at Lnbalnn,
Munlitoii Bay and Makona tho name
day; Mahukona, Kau all no and Lan
pahoohoo the following day, arriving
nt llllo Wednesday ovnnlng,
Hutu nlng will Mill from llllo every
l'rlilny ul (l o'clock p. in., touching at
Ijittipuhnelino, Malmknua, Kawalhao,
Muhona, Maalarn Itiv and Lahalna,
urri liiii: at Ilimoltilii S.turilay night.
Will call at I'oholki, ('una, on tho
second tilp of eneli n nnth, arriving
thttru mi tli nun nl njf of tho day of
Killing from llllo to Honolulu.
'I lie (Kipular ruuto to tho Volcano Is
via llllo. A good currlxgu road tho on
S. S, CLAUDINE
Will IohVo llo'iotitlii 'I uu'sday, at 5
o'clock p in , touching at Kahulul,
liana, lliiino.i ui.il KI111I111I11, Maul. Ho
turning, arrio. t Honolulu Sunday
Will call at rvuu, Kmipo, onco oncn
This coinpinr rnsorves tho right to
mako clmnges in tho tlmo of ilniurturu
and nrtlMil of Uh Ht'iimom WITII11UI'
NOTICi:, and It will not bo responsible
for any conaoquoucos arising there
from. Consignees must bo nt tho landing
to rocolvo their freight. This company
will not hold Itself responsible for
freight aftor It ban boon landod.
Live stock rocclvod only atownor's
This company will not bo rosponsl
blo for monoy or valuables of passon
gore unlos.'i placed In tho caro of purs
ers. Passengers aro roqnestod to purchase
tlckots beforo embarking. Thoso fall
ing todo so will bo subject to an addi
tional charge of twenty-tiro per cent.
Tho company will not be llablo for
loss of, nor Injury to, nor dolay In, the
delivery of liaggago or porsonal oUotts
of tho passuugor beyond tho amount of
9100 00, unless the value of tho mine
be doelnrod, at or Ixiforo the Issue of
tho ticket, and freight la paid thereon.
All employees of tho Company are
forbidden to rocolvo frolght without do
Uvorlng a shipping receipt tlierofor In
the form proKcrlliod by the Company
and which may bo seen by shippers
upon application to the pursers of tho
Shipperx are notified that If freight is
shippod without such roioipt, it will be
sololy at tho risk of tho shlpimr,
0. h. WIOIIT, Presidont.
8. H. HOSK, Socrotary.
OA1T. J. A, KINO, Port Hunt.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
iMFOItrKIIH, AND WlIOLKHAI.K
lie mill Lipor Heirs.
Agents for the Uottled Kalnler Deer of Seattle,
NO. Ill NUUANU SlKKKT
Foster Dlock, HoNoLutu, Hawaiian Islands,
P.O. Box 1)7, Mutual Telephone 308.
QONSALVES 61 CO.. Ltd
WHOLESALE GROCERS ANL
'226 Queen Btroot, Honolulu, H, I,
Jonsolidated Sotla Water Co., LI
Corner Allen & Fort Sti.. Honolulu
HOLLISTER A CO.,
Chlneso and Japanese Firms.
Office at the Hawaiian Chinese N'ens Co '9
It No.8HKingstrrct.llonolulu.il I
Cooks, Walters, Yardmen, Plantation La
oorerb, and all kinds of employees furnish
ed promptly on short notice.
This Agency fully examines nil appli
cants for employment as to their compe
tency before sending them to Its patrons.
CHARGES REASONABI f
-P O Box 0,46
Dry Goods Store
U12 Nuunnu Street,
has opened with an entire new stock of Dry
Goods, MnttlnRS, Camphor Trunks, all
kinds of Japanese and Chinese Silks, Slllc
Handkerchiefs, Men's and Ladles' Shoes,
Men's and Children's Hats.
SING LUNG & CO.
ChonoSam, Algr. (fio6-tn0 P. O. Box io
W. W. AHANA1
323 Nuuanu St.
duo Suitings in Kngllsh, Scotch and
Amoricau Goods made to ordor.
felepbono fi03. I'oatolllco box 1)80.
And HOUSE PAINTERS,
n 5 Nuuanu street, Honolulu. H. 1.
0H1N SING CO,
100 Wost King Stroot
Contractors aM Bnilders
Jobbing promptly attonded toj nlso nil
kinds of Furniture on hand. 1210-Oiu
40(1 Nuuanu Stroot.
Chairs of all kinds, Matting,
Cigars, Silk nnd Chinese Teas.
CHAirtS of nil kinds, Matting,
Chlneso Grass 1,1 non in any color,
Fancy China Silk Handkerchief.
KWONU IIINO CIIONO CO.,
. Nuuanu aliovo King at.
lm KSS BESTAUHAHT
Alakea, botweon Merchant and King
A First Class Msal at All Hours,
. Luncheon Iluomi for Ladles
and aoiibt. Give us u trial.
First-Class Resort In Every Respect.
Best 25-Ccntts Mcnl In Town.
LOOK HOP & CO.,
Deretanla and lull Streets
305 Nuuanu St , next Exchange Saloon,
Clothing, etc., roaJe to orJcr.
All Suits guarantccl to Til, anj In tho Latest Style.
No. 6 Nuuanu St , below Merchant, Honolulu.
MERCHANT : TAILOR.
eTSults guaranteed to tit and In latest stylet
Clothing made to orders Uniforms a specialty.
Clothes cleaneJ and repaired at reasonable rates
Anyone found trespassing on my Plan
tation at Hanalel, Kauai, alter 8 o'clock
p. m. will be prosecuted according to law
sEli IAI WAI.
liS7-2m Hanalel, Kauai,
Additional, and the latest Shipping News, will be
found on the eighth page
li? r H ii
5 t a
I 'p. in lit, in
Monday 2J 7.2.1 7.10
Tuesday :t() 8.101 8.:i(l
Wedne-day.. ..Ill 0.13 O.oO
Tlitimdny I 1 10 !.) HMO
Friday 2 11.3(1 ll",i) .1.(111 u.2'i
Satunlay ,3 12:15 ,i.:) 7.12
Bunilay 1 1.11 (i.Kl (1.1U R45
Lut iniarlor oftlio moon on the 31st
at 12.2 p.m.
The .Standard time whistle Hounds nt
12Il flm. lis. (inlilulglitl, Gn-uuwich
time, wlileh Is Hi. 30m. p. in. of Ha
waiian Standard time,
MOVKMKNT3 OF HTKAMnitS.
Stumers due and sailing today and for the next six
liiellc San Pranciico . . . ,
Doric Chlni and Japan . .. .
Lehua Molokal and l.anal ,
Klnau Maul and Hawaii ..
Claudlne Maul .
W( Mall Kona and Kau
Australia San I rancKco
Mlowera Vancouer . ..
Nippon vtaru Yokohama
Steamers I or
thua Mnlokiland Lanal
Klnau Hawaii and Maul
W. (1. Hall Koni and Kau
Gaelic Chins and Japan
Upolu Knhsla . . .
Doric San I ranclsco
Nippon Maru San Trinclsco
. June a
. June 8
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
Tho fitpamiT .Tamos Makco is
still weather bonnd nt Hnunma
ulu, accotdtnu to laet reports.
Tho stoamnr Mikabala, from
Knuai ports May 28th, brings re
noitnof rouLh wnnllirfr nn Mm uinrl
ward flidp of Kauai. There was a
fresh N E wind and a rough sea
crossinc the channel. The fol
lowing is a memorandum of the
Mikabala cargo: Sugar left on
JlntiRi: h. a M, YUUU; V K.aaoO;
M A K, 7800, G & R, 100; E h P,
00 I: K 1 i:i55: L V. 1072: H M.
0000; MS Co, 22,000; K S Co,
YUUU. Total, 03 lY bags.
A Iteeoril PHa.nir.
The Am bk Sautinco, Cii)lain
II Engalls, which arrived in Hilo
on the -oth boasts a record pas
sice; she was eleven days from
San Francisco. The round voyngo
was made in thirty-two days, as
she sailed from Ililo on her last
voyage to tho Coast on April '23rd.
The sbortost round trip, pre
vious to the Santiago's, was made
by tbo Annie Johnson in thirty
Wailuku, May 27. The big
American ship J B Thomns Bailed
Inst Wednesday for New York via
Capo Horn with 47,000 bays of
sngar, SJl'.OuU bags of which
were from Honolulu ' and
the balanco from Knhului,
There wore no foreign arrivals
at Knhului thiu week. Tho bktue
Wrestler and brptne Lurlino are
expected from the coast next
Tho foreign vessels in Knhului
bnrbor at piosent firo the follow
ing: Suhrs Mildred, Alcalde,
Uliia, and Wm JJowden. The
Mildred will likely leavo for the
ConBt early next weok.
From Maui ports, per stmr
Claudine, May 28 A Hocking, C
II Collins, J T Van Vnlkenlmrg,
A V Van Valkenburg and wifo, A
K Stender, J Muir, D Mncrae, Dr
T hataunuma, J u Anderson, 1(
J PuUiHin, Mrs M liroad nnd
three children, Young Tong, Jack
Loi, Kev Tone Ah Lin, Rev S K
Knnilua, Mrs Emus Kalua, W C
Crook, J W Kalua, T 1 Liuusing,
A P liollor, L L Lapierre and
From Hawaii and Maui, ppr
slmr Kinau, Mny '11 Volcano:
Gen O P Euan. O N Weaver. A
VV Carter, H S Iiuku and uife, O
S Hicks, Mibs J A Hicks. Way
ports: Mrs L A Like and two
childron, Mrs Mihnnn Ai, Geo II
Augur, llov A V Soares, O II
brown and wifo, Rov David Ai
aud wifo, J S Canairo, C K Col
litis. L M Whitehonse and wife, C
8 Shanklin, D K Rent, W W
Spiekuiaii, Miss K Purdy, Miss I
A Parry, J Suhilmoistor, Rfv
Kwnnp, Mr It A C ParriBh and
children, T Copclnnd, MisLde
h Ward, Mr J Kamaiaiwoole,
Wm Chung Hoon aud wife, Rev
V Ault, W T C IlrtbBon, H Mor
tenbou, F Seymour, W H Ship-
man aud fifty-seven deck pas
1'rotn iNawilinili, per Mmr Mi-
kalinln, May 23-Mrs W H Hico,
ivlrrt A b Knudson, Mrs b Lvi-
mest, Miss M Folix, Mi's E
Llouuhtatlinc, Mrs F Weber and
daughter, A Rompke nod wif-
Mrs M Make, J A Makakia, Ut
Campbell, wife and childron, Rev
fc' W Uamon. U P Waltoo. W L
Haveloy, A Mirolees, G D Mn-
bono, (i U Axtell nnd wife, 0
Wood a ml lmy-mue deck,
Per S S Alameda, for San Fran
cisco, Mny 27 Professor A Mar
ques, B R Rilner, G L P Stone,
Mrs Titus and three children, Mrs
M Mnguif", Miss A Maguim, Miss
d Hin 1 Aliq IS (J Smith,
MiBs E Rl,.k. , J K Farley aud
wife, James r Giles, Charles
Prohnzka nod wife. G.M Whitney.
W W Umeed, wifo and son, T H
Reuton, Henry Francin,
I'INVI.S IN IinUltLKs TOIIAV.
The fiuals in doubles in tbo
tenuis tournament will bo played
off loilay ou tho courts of tho
Pacific i'eunis Club nnd nil those
interested in the game nio cor
dially imiled to attend. The
match of this afternoon will be
hi twecu E. R. Adams nod A.
Brock of the P. T C. aud ChaB.
EUtou and Dounld Robs of tho B.
T. O. Hoth teams havo played
well through tho whole tourna
ment so that a fine match may be
looked for this nfternoon. The
P. T. O.'s haVe won the doubles
thrco years in succession and will
try their beat to win again this
year but tuoy will uavo.a harder
time fhnn ever before. The B. T
O. men are playing a game that is
uitlicnlt to beat.
In Saturday's Eomi-fiaalH fol
lowing were the results: E. It.
Adams aud A. Brock won from C.
H Conke and Frauk Athertoo,
G 2 ti 1: nnd Donald Rob and
Ghns. Elstou won from D. H.
Hitchcock and S. G. Wilder,
llijirla an Increase.
"I was suffering from indiges
tion nnd my weight was reduced
to one hundred and fifteen or
twonty pounds. I havo been tak
ing Hood's Saraaparilla and
Hood's Pills and my health has
been better thnn for venrs. Mv
weight is now nbout lu5 p-iunds."
Mrs. Emily E. Burbnuk, Pino
Hood's Pills aro non-irritating
ami 1110 ouiy caiunriic 10 IQKO Willi
Hood b Saraaparilla.
KKAWEI'OOLIS In Honolulu, Mny
z.1, ihiiu, .mish.ihiiii iveawepoole,
daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Iipaua
Keawepoole, iikcii ll years. A
pupil of Knmelmmelia Girls'
Funeral services will bo held at the
Catholic church nt 3 o'clock p. in. to
day. jieiativeH ami mends arc corn-
laliy Invited to attend.
WaMaKKIt At Puuco. Hllo. on Mny
sa, lhuu, to tne wnu or s. u. walk
er, surveyor, a son.
Nicely furnished rooms at the
ropuiar nouse, 101 rort street
from $1.00 per weok up. "
Mechanic's Homo, corner Hotol
and Nuuanu stroots, lodging by
day, week or month. Terms: 25
aud 50 cents per night. SI and
4l.i2o per week.
The uao of tbo Singer in mil
lions of homes shows tho mupro
cedonted buccobb of thoso ideal
sewing machines. It is convinc
ing proof that the Singer oxcols
111 all kinds 01 iamily4 sewing am
art ncedlo work. All our sowini
machines are of tLu estcoubtrua
tiin, beautifully decorated, and
av mounted on solocted woods in
findly finished cnbinots of artistic
designs, il. uergorsen,ngout, lbj
iJJiol street. w
Mr. John Petorson, of Patout
ville, La., was very agreoably sur
prised not long ago. 1'or eighteon
months ho had been troubled with
dysentery aud bad tried three of
tbo best doctors in iNew Urlenns,
besides half a dozen or more pat
nut medicines, but received very
littlo rolief, Cbnmborliau's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhooa Remedy,
having beon recommended to him,
hn gave it a trial and to his great
8urpriso,thmodoBOBof that remedy
effected a permanent euro. Mr.
Wm. McNnmara, a well known
merchant of tho same place, is well
ncquniuted with Mr. Peterson and
attests to tho truth of thin slnto-
moiit. This remedy is for sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith S: Co,,
P. O. Doz a
The Milwaukee Punc
AS Rl.Sll.ILNT AS A'W TlRG. MADt.
Bailey's Honolulu Cyclery,
Sole aeents AloJei 1 s Re-eb Hlcwli-t m
I30. Repairs tint ire repair-, at the oW
reliable 231 Klnp street.
The Club Stables
O. Belmna, : IMunacoi.
Livery, Boardings Sale Stable.
Prompt Service. Stylish Turnout.
Wo aro ospoclally equipped to cater u
your trado. Fair tlealiug and (jtkhI 90
vice Is what wo depend upon to got It.
Wohao fortune Kinully C'nrrlnRoaod
UrUlug ItorxoH, slnglu or double- teams
Thoy aro in good condition and will be
sold on favorable terms.
Dr. How at luahuiy.H In attoudanee'a
Cor. Un!o-. c- Hotol Sta
(Old Hell Toner).
OAKKFULIa AND WELL IXFOKMEX
FI1WT CLASS CAHRIAdES.
HACKS AT ALL HOUltS.
Orders forSurroys, WagonotleH, Slnp.
or Doublo Toams at a inonient'N notiw-
Hack Non. i, i j.i, 1u0, V0, 77.
C. HKLLINA. Mjr
75 and 79 King Street
THLUl'IlONIl NO. 31.
NOW, is tho tlmo to get loaks and
breakages soon to, and your
Roofs Put In Order
Ily rompotent workmon.
(VlnGUAM, hhould Mufllclont In
On or about the 10th of June,
City of Columbia.
For frolght or pati&igo apply to n. K.
WALKi:it, Agent, Lincoln Mock, King
titrcet. J 229
i pounds for 25 cents.
60-pound casks, $- per cask.
Hop KoorDopot, No. 11 Konla (formerly
A. GOOD THING
Ohia. Algeroba and Pine Firewoa
Oat and Split (ready (ortbebtiive)
STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COAi
WUITE AND BLACh SAND
At lowest Prices, riplimtrt to any pan
11 O- Utrrrt
TAltO PATCH KI HULKS.
Woikaiichlp ani Material GuiranteeJ. Rcpairim
No. 2I0H KINO .
Corner Kins nl Alakei cli , Honolulu.
GuitarH, : UUixIoIck,
TAUO PATCH I IDDLES.
Wuiknunsliip anl mateilal cuaran'eeJ Hcfalllnj
adaBair '--- aOtDl&t
Jose ilc flinty Santos,
.-.'.., i, y