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Oceanic Steamship Company.
The Fino Pnaaongor Steamer. of This Liuo Will Arrive at uno
Loavo This Port as Hcroundor.
Prom San Franoisco:
AUSTRALIA June 7
ALAMEDA June 21
In connection with the sailing of tlio abovo steamers, the Agents
are proparcd to isauo, to lntanding passongors, coupon through
liokots by any railroad from Sau JFrauciaco, to all points in tlio
Unitod Statos, and from Now York by any stsamship lino to all
For furthor particulars apply to
Wm. & Irwin & Oo., Limited,
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co, 0 Tojo Risen Kaislia
Steamers of the above cocip4ui- ulll fall at Honolulu ani leave this port on or about the
d.tes below meiHlonr.il....
For Japan and China: For San Francisco:
CHINA June 16 NIPPON MARU June 10
DORIC June 4 RIO I)E JANARIO June it
NIPPON MARU July 4 COPTIC Junes?
RIO l)E JANLUIO July 11 AMrRICA MARU July 4
COPTIC July 11 CITY OF PEKING July 14
GAELIC July si
Tor general Information apply to
H. Hackfeld &
WSteamers ol the above line, runnlns In connection with the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO..
between Vancouver. B. C. and Sydney. tS. W.. and calllne at Victoria. II. C, Honolulu. Suva (Fiji).
Mi Brisbane ari "klUK AT HONOLULU on or about the dates below stated, via:
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C.
Vnr Qiiv. Hrl.K.n,. ani vdnevi
Mlowera June 9
Warrlmoo July 7
w. w-.-t .-- . .- - , . .
Aorangi aukusi 4
Mlowera... .September t
Warrlmoo. September 10
Mlowera ..November 14
Warrlmoo.. December si
" trr-TVroueh'tlclcVtsVsiuVdVrom Honolulu to Canada. United States and Europe. For Freight ani
Pasta and all general Information, apply to
Theo. H. Da vies & Co., Ltd., GenM 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 service from
Seattle and Tacoma with our New A-1,
Cooo ton steamer, the
with latest Improvements for a larcc
freight carrying capacity. Strong traffic
arrangements with the three Northern
Trans-Continental llr.es which enable us
to give the consignee- the benefit of rock
bottom rates on their Eastern shipments.
For further information, apply to
HEHRY WATERHOUSE & CO.,
Queen Street. General Agents.
M O. R. & L. Oo.
wv,j rjt-w? I if
From and Attcr January 1, 1890.
(Outward) .Sun. Dally
ex. Sun. Dally Da I v
A.M. P.M. P.M.
p. n. Smith. Gon'l Tass. fe Ticket
O. P. Dknison, Superintendent.
HENRY BRYANT, Prop.
Tho Btnce for Kiuu-oho, Uf!u, Wnl
fcane, Puimlini, Lulo, Kaunku and way
polnte, will leave Postoljlre, Bethel
street sldo, lit I) a. m. (Sumlays except
et), calling for passensorH niiil pack
IVrm at Lovejoy A Co'h, No.lONuimnu
8 MUSlages will make tho rtitrn trip
from Kahuku dally
For San Franoiaco:
AUSTRALIA June 13
MARIPOSA June 23
Co., Ltd., Agents.
FROM SYDNEY. BRISBANE AND SUVA.
I or victoria and Vancouver u. 1.1:
Mlowera August J
Warrlmoo. . August Jt
Aorangi. ..September S
Mlowera.... October 16
Warrlmoo. .November sj
Aorangi. ...December 11
. Lines of Travel.
Wife's Steamship Co's
Will loavo Honolulu every Tuowlay at
12 o'clock in., touching at Lahaltin,
Muitliipn liny und Makonn tho sixmo
diiy; Malitlkonn, Kawallao and Lau
ji.ilioolioo the following day, arriving
t llllo Wodnnnrlny ovpnint:.
lit tun '11 will k:iII from llllo ovory
Krlilny nt 11 o'clock p. in., tottolilnc; at
Lniii'itlKKilinOf Mnlmluitm, Knwalhao,
MuKoim, Mnnlnrn J'. iv anil Uxhnlna,
nrriviii.' nt Uoimliiln S-nU'lay night.
Will (Mil at I'oliolkl. fain, on tho
bocoiiiI trip of CHfh 11 omli, arriving
tlicro mi the iiionuoi! of the day of
sailltti; from Hltii to lioiiuliiln.
'Jin popular rniitH to 1I1.1 Volcano Is
vln llllo. A giMitl carrLigi road tho on
S, S. CLAUDINE
Will loavo Honolulu Tuosrtay, at 6
o'clock p m , iViurliliiir it Kaliulut,
Hanu, Uatiina anil 1,1, ulinlu, Muut. Ito
turning, arrlvo at Honolulu Sunday
Will call ut mi, Ivaupo, once oacli
TI1I8 company rosorves the right to
makn changoH In tho tl 1110 of departure
and nrrlvul of Its Ktcamors WITHOUT
NOTICE, and It will not bo rosponNiblo
for any uousoriuoiicoH arising tlioro
from. CoiisIkiicos imiiit lie at tlio landing
to rocolve tholr freight. This company
will not hold Itself reKionsllilo for
freight aftor It has lioen lauded.
Live stock rocelvod only at ownor'i
This company will not bo responsi
ble for monoy or valuablos of passon
gorti unlosn placod In tho care of purs
ore. Passongors aro roqnostod to purchtiMe
tickets beforo embarking. Thoo fall
ing to do so will bo subject to an addi
tional charge of twunty-llvo per cent.
Tho company will not be llublo for
loss of, nor injury to, nor delay In, tho
delivery of luggage or personal nll'potH
of tho passongor beyond tho amount of
$100 00, unloss tho value of tho ruimo
bo declared, at or boforo tlio Issue of
the ticket, and freight la paid thereon.
All employees of the Company are
forblddou to roeelvo freight without do
llvnring a shipping receipt therefor In
the form proscrlbod by tho Compar
and which may bo scon byshlppors
upon application to tho pursers of tho
Shlpitors aro notified that If freight Is
shlppod without such receipt, It will be
sololy at the risk of tho shipper.
0. L. WIGHT, I'residont.
H. It. ItOSR, Secretary,
OAPT. J. A. KINO, Port Supt.
EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., JUNE 2,
Beer and Wine Dealers.
iMPORTHnH, AND WlIOLKS ALU
Wine ml Liior Healers.
Agents for the Bottled Rainier Beer of Seattle.
No. 10 Nuuamit Snii'.irr
Foster Block, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
P. O. Boa nt. Mutual Telethon. 308.
GONSAL-VES & 00 , Ltd
WHOLESALE GROOEItS ANI.
225 Queen street, Honolulu, H, 1,
lonsoliiated ISoiia Water Co., L'u
Corner Allen & Fort St:., Honolulu
HOi.USTR A CO.,
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Office at the Hawaiian Chinese News Co.'s
tt No. 8JJ King street. Honolulu. 11 I
Cooks, Walters, Yardmen, Plantation La
borers, and all kinds of employees furnish
sd promptly on short notice.
This Agencv fully examines .ill appll
ants for employment as to their compe
tency before sending them to Its patrons.
CHARGES RliASONAM tf.
M. si P O Box 0.6
Dry Goods Store
212 Nuuanu Street,
has opened with an entire new stock of Dry
Goods, Mnttlngs, Camphor Trunks, all
kinds of Japanese and Chinese Silks, Silk
Handkerchiefs, Men's and Ladles' Shoes,
Men's and Children's Hats.
SING LUNG & CO.
CilONO SAM. Mgr. (tioS-im) P.O. Bos ion
W. W. AHANfli
323 Nuuanu St.
fioo Suitings In English, Scotch and
Amorlcan Goods mado to ordor.
Telephone C68. Postofllee box 086.
And HOUSE PAINTERS.
1 1 s',4 Nuuanu street, Honolulu, H. I.
OHIX SING 00,
100 "West King Stroot
MA iltll Hllllflijis
Jobbing promptly attondod to; also all
kinds of Furulturo on hand. 1210-flm
400 Nuuanu Stroot.
Chairs of all kinds, Matting,
Cigars, Stlk and Chlnoso Teas.
CHAIRS of all kinds, Matting,
Chinese Grass I.lnon In any color,
Fancy China Silk Handkerchiefs.
KW0NC3 IIINQ ClIONd CO.,
Nuuanu above King wt.
NIK KSB BESrAUBAHT
Alakoa, botwoon Merchant and King
A First Class K'il at All Hours,
tflX. Lunclienu Jlooins for Ladles
and Oents. Glvo us a trial.
Flrst-Class Resort In Every Respect.
Best 25-Ccnts Meal In Town.
LOOK HOP & CO.,
Deretanla ana Port Strrrls.
oj Nuuanu St., next exchange Saloon,
Clothing, etc, maje to order.
All Suits guaranteci to Tit, anj In the Latest Style.
No. 6 Nuuanu St., below Merchant, Honolulu.
.MERCHANT : TAILOR.
WSuIti guaranteed to fit nj In latest styles
Clothing made to orderi 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.
SEE IAI WAI.
n87-2in Hanalel, Kauai.
AJJItfw.nl, inJ the latest Ship pine; News, will te
founJ on the eighth pace.
Steamers due and sailing to J
days are as follows:
Lehua Molokal and Lanal ...
Klnau Maul and Hawaii ....
WU Hall-Kona and Kau....
Australia San Tranlsco ....
Nippon Maru Yokolumi ...
Doric San I ranclscn
Lehua Molokal and Lanal....
Klnau Maui and Ifiwall.. .
Warrlmoo Vancouver.. .
Mlow. ta Colonies
Nippon AUru San I'ranclsco
ay and tor the next six
. ... June
.. .. June 1
.. June a
. .. . June 6
.. lune 8
... . June lo
I.nie.1 Xu. fMm Wirel,;!! Porta,
SyiluL'y SsilfC.1, Mny 23, istuir
Wnrrinn", for Honolulu.
Nnt-ftscki SniloJ, Mny 22, U S
A T lVuLHvIvntiiit. fnr Hnn Frrtii-
cisco; etnir St l'mil for Huu Frnn-
Mnniln Arrived, Mny 21, U S
A T Nrwpnrt, from II uolulu.
San ITr 'ncmt'O Ariivj.il. ifnv
23, etnir" Australia, G days 11 hrs
21 ruin fiom IIouolulu; Mny 2o
hk Amy Turner, 22 tlnys from
Uilo: 111; Allien linwun. 'JiIuvr
from Honolulu; lik Albert, 17
ilnys from Honolulu; hk S N
UHBtle, W days from Honolulu;
ui-tii 0 u wilUer, ai tlnyB froui
Alhnrl. Am hk. f!24 inns Vna
and miiHn San Frnnoitco to Uotio
lulu, 111 Hawaiian Line, by Wil
liams. Dimnnrl .t On: Alilnn Ttxa-
ee, Am bk, 812 tons Paea and
muse bin l rnticmco to rJonolulu,
bv J D Hureckeln At Urna Ca:
Amy Turner, Am kk, 900 tonb
rasa huu muse &an v rancisco to
Hilo, H I, in Plautors' Lino, by
Welch fe 0. John linn. Haw
ubip, 2713 tons Lumber from
root oounu to ueincoa liny, 0,
Ptior to arrival; S Q wilder, Am
bkln. C57 tons Pass find tniln
San Francieco to Honolulu, in
Hawaiian Lice, bv Williams,
Diaiond fc Co; S N Onstle, Am
bktn, '1G1 tons Pass and unleo
San Fruucisco to Honolulu, in
Spreekplu Line, by J D Spree
kels & BroB Co.
I.atrn IniiirnvriiiPnia uu llio Shormrtn
Tbopu who visit tho docks Mid
gaze with admiring eye on the
towering outlines of tho hugo U S
A Trent) port Sherman may be in
tore6tod to kuowBomethiu,' of the
life aboard so stupendous a struc
ture, upon which hundreds epoud
many days of tLoir livos.
Whon tho American-Spanish
war Mr6t commenced, soldierB who
wont to the front in some of the
chartored transports undoubtedly
sutTerod many hardships. Since
thou, howorer, Undo Sam has
learned much, and at tho present
tirao tho transport scrvico of tho
American army is everything that
oould be desired. Everything
that can add to tho comfort, aud
BPBuro tho good hoaltb of the
soldiers is thought of and pro
Tho Sherman is fitted out with
electric funs and Ice machines, to
say nothing of a liberal supply of
salt water showers and a large
canvas plunge bath. All these
things help to mako life aboard
hoaltuful and pleasant.
Tho soldiers when afloat sloen
in standees, and with this bunk
arrangement each man has a se
parate place in which to attire his
personal effects. Whilo in the
tropics on ship board, the majori
ty of the men sleep on dock, so
tlioro is always plenty of breath
ing space botwoan decks.
An ulabornto system of drainage
as well as vcrtilation provnils
aboard tho Shermau. The culin
ary departmont in a wonder in it
self, it is no easy mattor cooking
for 2000 hungry men.
Now ono of tho Gncst troop
ships in tho world, the Sherman
was formerly tho Mobile, of the
Atlantic line, plyiug botween Now
York and London. Converted
into an army transport at Ci amp's
yards, shu first took troips for the
Philippines from New York i-t
the. Suez Canitl. She is 11 feet
feet long; -IS) f-et beam; with a
dopth of hold of 31 font; register
ing CG80 tono gross. Fittod with
triplo expansion engines, hoi four
boilers can produco steam equal
to 3G0O horso power. Tho Shor
mnn hnB twin screws, n spoed of
12 I;ih ts and a cap.scity of 1828
troops, 118 officers and 3800 tons
of curgo. Hor full titlo is tho
United States Quartermaster's
Department Array transport twin
clew httiimship Sherman.
Cyclono Cameras aro tho best
IPIII1IWW.WWIIIIWIWIMI . I ..li.ii
t'KCUMAII HTOCK COI.VCHMiNCi:.
The flats t ion of tho MuDryde
Sugar Co , Ltd., devulopod a curi
ous incideut in one ollice of thn
city that knocks palicy systems
into a co.-keu hat. Uroker A. pro
mised A $1.25 premium on all the
share he could gel. X ugain of
fered A ?1 70 premium for what
additional shares ho could obtain.
A got CO shares on th" first pro
position and 25 on tho second
netting SITG.25 on the deal.
Broker X approaohod B in the
samo office and offered 75 conls
premium on what shares ho could
get, thou $1 aud again $1.75 prom
ium. B got CO shares on tho Grst
basis, 25 on tho second and 25 on
the third nedinc, S10G.22.
Broker Z " l 0 85 cimi'p
premium on t.. m shuK.i bi
got. C put up sulliciont money to
tsecuro 125 shares and netted
$100.25 Brokor X had made each
of hi propositions at difforout
times, ou orders to buy at Btut 1
premiums, and noue knew on
what proportion the allotment of
stock would bo modo with tho
curious result that A, H and 0
each flib3cnbiug for differout
amounts aud receiving different
premiums eaoh netietl S10G.25.
The lJist rnr.
The last cars of tho King street
line going to ivaiKiKi antl I'ainma
pa'-B the Anchor Saloon. The
clcverc.t tnisologists in tho city
aro thoro always to put vou un
anything you may dosiro. Drop
in un (J tauo a drop lioforoyou tako
tho ear. Tho celebrated Soattlo
boor is to bo had here on draught.
A full line of liquors including tho
fumous A. A. Jeeso Moore Whisky
etc, always on hand. Itecoived
per Warrimoo, Bainior Bock Beer
on draught. Tho Anohor Saloon
is het to please its rntrona.
1'iimnu Arilit HI.
Fontaiuobleau, France, May 25.
Francois A Bonhenr, the fnmous
auimal p. .inter, is bcriously ill
with congestion of the lungs.
It is said that there is one
great fault with our collection
of Island Views, and that is
that we have so large an assort
ment of beautiful subjects that
it becomes bewildering to the
buyer. We are thankful that
everyone does not look upon
this fault with disfavor.
110 Hotel street.
American Messenger Sorrico
open all night. Telephono 444.
Orpheura seats can bo booked
by ringing up Telopuono No. 510.
Nicely urniohod roomn at the
Popular HonbO, 154 Fort strcot,
from $1.00 per wook up.
If yon want a nico rubber tiro
hack with a caroful driver ring up
Clnb Stable Hack Stand Tel. 3PJ,
and wo guaranteo you will bo
Mechanic's Homo, cornor Hotol
and Nuuann streets, lodging by
day, week or month. Torois: 25
and 50 cents par night. SI and
SI .25 per week.
Thn use of the tiingor in mil
lions of homeB shows tho unpre
cedented success of thoso ideal
sowing machines. It is convinc
ing proof that tho Singer oxcols
in all kinds of family sewing and
art needlo work. All onr sowing
mHohines are of tLf lost construo
tiin, beautifully decorated, and
a, mounted on solocted woods in
finely finished cabinets of artistio
designs. B. Borgerson, ogont, 16J
The JiuUelin, 75 cents per month.
The Club Stables
Bbli-iTNA, : Manrtjroi
von r STREET,
Livery, Boarding & Sale Stablei
Prompt Service. Stylish Turnout).
Vo are oHpoelally equlpiwd to cator v
your trado. Milr tlunll iir and Rood soi
vlco Ih what wo tlopond uiion to got It.
We have for Halo family Carrlngo an'
Pilvlng Homos, hIiikIo or double toamt
They aro In Hood condition and will t
tiold on favornlilo torms.
l)r. Ilowat lnahvuyH In attondanco.u
Gmb Stables Hackstand
Cor. Union A Hotol SLi
(Old Roll Towor).
OAnKKUM AND WELL INTORMKl
KIK&T orAKS OAniUAdl-S.
HACKS AT ALL HOURS.
Onlorn forSurioys, WogotKittnp, King
or Dottblo Tuiuna ut a monuititV notice
Hank No. 125, 183, 100, 70, 77.
O. HEI.T.INA, M?r
I5TII ANNUA!. MEETING
Hawaiian i Club,
JUNE lO-Ef 1890.
Uaces begin at 2 p. m. iromptly am
Saturday, the 10th, and at to a. m. on
Monday, the 12th.
Races June IOth, 189.
i.-BICYCLK RACU. -
One Mile Handicap. 12. O. Hall & Son
One-half Mi'e Dash. $1 00 purse.
Flve-elglits Mue Dashj Hawaiian tVn!.
4.-KAPIOL NI PARK PURSE.
Three Minute, two in three; Harness. 2c.
5.-OCEANIC S. S. CO.'S CUP.
Three-fourths Mile D.ishj Hawaiian breX
J 1 50 added.
6.-ROSITA CHALLENGE CUP.
One Mile Dash; free for all. $200 xt'A
i$o added If Angle A.'s record (1:43:3)
One Miie Dash; Harness. Owners kj
Races June !2th,!S99,
Two Mile Handicap. Pacific Cycle k
Mfg. Co.'s trophy.
2.-UNION PEED CO.
One-half .Mile Dash; free for all.
added. To be won twice.
One Mile Dash; Hawaiian bred.
added. To be won twlc.
Trotting and Pacing; free for all; two
three; harness. Jjoo purse.
Three-fourths Mile Dash; free for j
$150 added to beat record.
Trotting and Pacing; 2:24 class; two In
three; harness, jiroaddad.
Five-eighths Mile Dash; free for al.
Si 50 added.
Ono and one-fourth Mile Dash; free fir
all. if2oo added. To be won twlrc
One Mile Dash; owners to drive. Cn?.
All entries are to re made with tie
Secretary before 2 o'clock Wednesday.
June 7, 1899. Entrance fees to be
percent of pur, unless otherwise spe
cified. All races to be am or trottcJ under tie
rules of the Ciliforul.-i Jockey Club ;irJ
the National l rotting Association.
All riders and drivers to appear ta
At least 3 to enter and 2 to start.
All hores are expected to start unless
withdrawn b 9 o'ctoclt a. m. on June
General admission, 50 cents.
Grand stand (extra) 50 cents and 5r.
Carriages (Inside course), J2.50 eack
Quarter stretch badges, J5.
Per order committee.
J. S. WALKER,
Secretary Hawaiian Jockey Club.
75 and 79 King Street
TELEPHONE NO. 31.
NOWils tho tlmo to ct leaks a;
broakages soon to, and your
Roofs Put in Order
Ily competent workme u .
i pounds for 2$ cents.
60-pound casks, $4 per cask.
Hop Iloor Depot, No. 11 Konla (former?
A GOOD THING
Ohio, Algeroba and Pine Fircwoi
Out and Split (ready for tlcri'ove),
STOVE, STn&H & BL&CRrV TTB C0i3
WHITE AND IlLArr ,HD
U lowest l'riiCB, dulhnu: u iny par
HUSTAT1 ,t CO.,
31 r 'rr't
G u 1 1 a r s, U k u I e I e &.
Ta RO VATC II l'I D t)l .ES.
Workmtn.hlp and Mattilal OmrintttJ. K'tpAVl
-No. 2IU5-' kino at
Coiqtr Klnj; enj Alilcca Sit., Honolulu.
Griit:L'K, : ITIciiIcleis
TARO PATCH nnnLFS.
Wjikmaiiklilp .'ij material uiurji.UiJ. Reatrkv
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