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THE EVENING BULLETIN; HONOLULU, U. I., SEPTEMBER C, 1899.
'Oceanic Steamship Company,
The l?ino PaBsongor Steamers o Tim Lino Will Arrive nt nm
Leave Tliis Port as Ueroandor.
Prom San Franoisco:
ALAMEDA SEPTEMBER M
AUSTRALIA SEITTMHER 17
MAKIPOSA OCTOBER 11
AUSTRALIA OCTOllEK j
MOANA NOVEMBER 8
ALAMEDA DECfcMllER 6
In oonuootion wltb tho sailing of the above steamers, the A'gonts
are prepared to issuo, to intending passengers, coupon through
tickets by any railroad from San Franoisco, to all points in tho
Unitod Htutes, and from Now York by any steamship line to all
Cor farthor partioalars apply to
'Win. G. Irwin & Co., Limited,
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go,
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. 0 Toyo Kisen Kaisba
, Steamers ol the above comp.mtt will call at Honolulu and leave this pott on or about the .
dates below mentioned i...
.For Japan and China:
DORIC SEPT. 9
NIPPON MARU SEPT. 10
RIO DO JANEIRO SFPT. 6
COPTIC OCT. 6
AMERICA MARU OCT. i)
CITY OF PEKING i OCT. n
GAELIC OCT. 31
HONGKONG MARU NOV. S
For general (nlormatlon apply to
H. Hackfeld &
JWSte.mers of the above line, running In connection with the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.,
between Vancouver. B C, and Sydney. N.S. W., and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu, Suva (Fiji),
and Brisbane are IMJ1S AT HONOLULU on or about the dates below stated vli:
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C.
Pnr Suva. Brisbane and Svdnevi
1 Aorangi ... uciooeraT
Miuwera. .rtovemrer S4
Warrlmoo.. December si
aTThrouch tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and Europe. For Freight and
Passage and all general Information, apply to
IJ04 Theo. H. Da vies & Co., Ltd., Gen'l Agents.
Lines ol Travel.
Wife's Sleuijkip Co, Ltd.
Kl.NAU, CLAUMKK, IlKLKNE, MAUI,
Hawaii, I.kiiua, Mokolii,
Change In Sailing of Steamer "Klnau."
Commencing on or about September
.t- . 4l.A CtrttnAr Iclnnil" ulll
low HCAi. lilt ,,,,",,",, ,""",, .""
sail for Kaunakakai, Lahnlna, Maaluea
Bay. KHiel, ftiaKena, MWdiiidc, maim
kona, Laup.ihoehoe and Hllo, as follows,
leaving Honolulu at i P. M. on Mondays,
Fridays and Wednesdays; arriving at Hllo
the following afternoons.
Leaving Hllo at 2 P. M.on Wednesdays,
Mondays and Fridays, arriving In Hono
lulu the following evening.
Freight will be received at Honolulu,
at the "Klnau" wharf, on the day previ
ous to sailing, and on sailing days up to
12 M., for Makena, Kawalhae, Hllo, Pa
palko Pepeekeo and Honomu.
Freights for Lahalha. Klhel, and Mahu
kona, and from Kawalhae and Makena,
... Y- 1-t..... 1... ,Iia cl.,mr llKllfiiiAi
Will De I.IKCII vy li.. .".'"" ,, ", "
Hou" sailing from Honolulu on Mondays
il- dm KTi. "Klnnti" will not take
freight for Ports other than those indicated
Will leavo Honolulu ovory Tuoxday, at 5
o'clock p. tn . touching at Lahaln&,
Kahnlul Nahlku, Haim, llatnoa and
Klpahulu, Maul. Ko turning, touches
at liana Kulmlui and Lnhlna, arriving
at Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu, Knupo, onco eacn
MOLOKAl, MAUI, I.ANAI
Balls evory Monday for Kaunakakai,
Kmalo, Maunaioi.Kalaupapa, Lalmlna,
Horiolua, Olnwuiii. Hi-turning arrlvoa
at'HonoluIu Raturday mornings.
Consignees must bo at tho landing
to receive tbolr frolRht. This company
wiU not hold Itself responsible for
freight after It has been landed.,
Llvo stock, fragile artlclos, plants and
liquids received only at ownor's risk.
This coinpany will not be responsi
ble for money or valuablos of passen
gers unless placed In tho care of purs-
PaBSongers are re,quettod to purchase
tickets before ombarklnfr. Those fall,
tag to do so will bo subject to an addl.
tlonal charge of twenty-flvo per cent.
The company will not be liable for
loss of, nor Injury to, nor delay In, tho
dellvory of baggage or personal ollecta
of tho passongor Iieyond tho amount of
100 00, unions tho value of tho samo
be declared, at or lofore tho Issuo of
the tlckot, and freight Is pa' thoroon.
For San FranaiRoo
.. OCTOBLR t)
AUSTRALIA DECLMUER 26
For San Francisco:
AMLKIIA MAHU SEPT. 19
CITY OF PEKING SEPT. J
MAt-LIU ..Ull. 7
HONGKONG MARU OCT. 14
CHINA OCT. 94
DORIC OCT. it
NIPPON MARU NOV. 10
RIO DE JANEIRO NOV. 17
Co., Ltd., Agents.
FROM SYDNEY, BRISBANE AND SUVA,
For Victoria and Vancouver (B. C.:
Aorangi... September as
Mlowera.... October 16
Warrlmoo. .November )
Aorangl. .. .December ai
Lines of Travel.
All omployees of tho Company are
'orlilddon to recolvo freight without do
Iverlng a shipping receipt therefor In
.do form proscribed by the Coinpany
tnd which may bo seen by shippers
upon application to tho pursors of tho
Shippers arc notified that If freight Is
imppeu wituotii sucn receipt, it win bo
solely at tho risk of the shlpier.
Tills company rosorves tho right to
mako changos In tho tl mo of departure
and arrival of Its steamors WITHOUT
NOTICE, and It will not bo responsible
for any consoquoncos arising thoro
from. 0. L. WIGHT, President.
S. B. ROSE, Hocretary.
OAPT. T. K. CLAHKE, Port Supt.
0. R. & L. Go.
Prom and After January 1, 1880.
iuutwam) ex. aun,
Pearl City.... 80
aonoiuiu . ...,.,,,,, o.ji
V. U. Smith, Gon'l Pass. Jc. Tlckot
Q. P. Dknihon, Superintendent.
HENRY BRYANT, Prop.
The stage for Kuiieoho, Heela, Wal
kaue, Kualoa and way points, will
leave Post Otlice, Be the) street sldo,
at U a. in., Mondays, Wednesdays, and
Fridays, calling for passengers and
packages at Lovojoy A Co's, No. 10
EDMUND H. HART,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Conveyancer and Searcher of Records.
BS"Offlco No. 15 Kaahumanu street.
iSTTf lophone No. 870.
NOTARY PUBLIC an TYPEWR1TEB
Office so8 Merchant street Campbe bock rear
O. Carter 1 office P, O Box 104
Chlneso and Japanese Firms.
Has Changed Iliincls
..Will be thoroughly renovated..
Meals at all hours, 25c.
Just above Orpheum Theater.
CITY MILL CO.Xlt),
Queen and Kckaulike Sts.,
(Ewa ilJe of Oil Fish Market.)
P. O. Box 951 Telephone 101
Bee to announce that they are now pre
pared to undertake all branches of the
Work undertaken by the day or by con
tract; estimates furnished. 1204
W. W. AHANA
323 Nuuanu St.
ifine Suitings In English, Scotch and
Amorlcan Goods mado to order.
fclephono 008. Postofflce box 988.
TAKAKI & CO..
And HOUSE PAINTERS.
H5 Nuuanu street, Honolulu. H. I.
JAPANESE SIGN PAINTER
And Paper Hanger.
133 Nuuanu Avonue, Honolulu, H. I.
Watchmaker and Jeweller.
GOLD AND SILVER PLATING.
2l3KKlng stroot. 1277
OHIN SING 00,
100 West King Street
Contractors aifl Emirs
Jobbing promptly attondod to; also all
kinds of Furniture on hand. 1210-Oui
400 Nuuanu Stroot.
Chairs of all kinds, Matting,
Cigars, Silk and Chinese Teas.
CHAIRS of all kinds, Matting,
Chlneso Grass Linen In any color,
Fancy China Silk Handkerchiefs.
KWONG HING CIIONG CO.,
Nuuanu above King st.
H1K KBS RESTAURANT
Alakea, between Merchant and King
A Firct Ofoes Moal at All Hours.
iu Luncheon Rooms for Ladies
anil GentH. Olvo us a trial.
fSllcc'GRHor to f). T.I111IV
lESes t iu.x an.t .
Nuuanu and Hotol fctrcots
Lato of Hotel stroot, opK)slto Panthoon
Hotel. First-class meal S5c. 1270
Y. MAN SING-
Has Removed From Fort Street to 311
is... INuuanu Street, opp. Goo Kim's.
Dresses Made To Order.
Dealer in Dry Goods, Grocer
Ikots and Shnos, etc.
Al quality L. A. Rice for salo.
No 400 Nuuanu stroot, cor. Chaplain st.
P. O. Box 1014. I27i
From 314 Nuuanu stroot to largor prom
ises, No. 310, on the oppoclto sldo of tho
303 Nuuanu St., next Exchange Saloon,
Clothlnc, etc., made to order.
All Suits guaranteed to Tit, and In the Latest Style.
No. 6 Nuuanu St., below Merchant, Honolulu,
MERCHANT : TAILOR.
ci KMti4tiit; iv in ii li in laicii tiyics.
Clotttli cltancd and r paired at rtatooabla rates.
Additional, and the latest Shipping News, will be
found on the eighth page.
? d. &fl
.pin a. 111.
4 3.10, 3.'J1
p.m. it. in.
Sunday 101, 7.20
New moon on the 4th nt 5 03 p. in.
Tho Standard time wlilstlo sounds at
121l. Dill. 04. f'llllillllirlitl nrnn..i..l..l,
time, which Is lh. 30m. p. ni. of Ha-
vriwuvii oiuilliani imio.
MOVEMENTS OK STEAMERS.
Steamers due and salllngtodayand for the nest six
days are as follows:
Mauna Los Maul and Hawaii...
uoric san i rancisco..
Lehua MololcalandUnVr.'.'..'.".'!!!.'!!!" '.Strt a
W. G. Ilall-Kona and Kau.
Coptic China and Japan....
. Sept io
Alameda San l-ranclsco S.pti8
Mariposa Colonies Sert it
Nippon Maru San Tranclsco Sert io
America Maru-Chlna and Japan Sept to
Klo de Janeltiv-Sao Lranclsco Sept 6
AustrallaSan Tranclsco Septsj
Australia San Francisco Stpt
Doric China and Japan Sept 6
Mauna Loa Kona Sept ti
Coptic San 1'r.inclsco Sepln
Alameda Colonies Septit
Mariposa San Tranclsco Sert 1 5
America Maru San Francisco Sert ig
Nippon Vlaru Yokohama Sert 10
Rio Je Janeiro Yokohama Sept a6
FOR ISLAND SURYEY SHIP
WaBliiui.'toi), Aug. 27. It is io
tnuded by tho Nnvy Department
to use the big sen-going tug Iro
qnuis, now being used aa a dispatch-boat
between San Francisco
and Honolulu, as a surveying vpb
sel to prefect surveys of tho Ha
On nccouut of the necossitv of
oinploying all vessels of tho At
lautio BquauMn to aid the army in
suppressing Ibe insurrection in
tho Philipuiues. survey work con-
totnplaUd thorn has been post-
pun en uimi penceiui conuitious
ltlftrclmnill"e fur Ilunolulu.
San FrnuoiRco, Aug. 27. Tho
bark Aldon Bobbo sailed yester
day for Honolulu with an assort
ed merchandise cargo. Among
tho principal shipments were tho
following: 312 bbls flour, 75 pkgs
bepr, 4G7 balt-a hay, C ca honey,
371 oils oat, 230 cs canned goods,
1G00 sks brtn, G bales dry goods,
101 tous fortilizor, G57 pkgs mill
work, 31 bbls asphaltum, IG cs
liquors, 5 cs agricultural imple
ments, 1(12 pkga paints i.nd oils,
CO c-ks rniildliugs, 2 cs arms and
ammunition, 3 rolls paper, 1819
lbs soda, -4,280 llis 2 cs manu
factured tobacco, 200 cs 35 bbls
Shimon, 5240 gals 110 cs wine, 210
kegH white lend, 310 cs hardware,
51 pkgs tank maturial, 296 pkgs
rubber goods, i5 rolls leather, 438
cs gin, 20 pkgH groceries and pro
visions, 3i07 lb beaus, GG oiIb
corn, 398(3 lbs bresd, 11 coils
rope, 500 lbs bonis, 500 lbs dried
fruits, 59,197 lbs rollod barloy.
Mur H, H. Line.
Seattle, Wash., Aug. 18. A new
steamship lino to bn operated from
Seattlo to Alaska, Honolulu and
San Francisco will soon be estab
lished by the Seattlo and San
Francisco ltailway and Naviga
The vessols u ro to bo new, and
they will bo ub modern and com
plete in every drttil as tho best
builders in the country can tniko
thorn, rrosident W. IS. (Juoriu
of the company, who has just to
turned from tho Esst, will lt-ave
again for the Atlantic States in a
few days for tho purpose of lot
ting the contract for tub building
of the ships. They are to bo of
40UU, 'lfiOU atid U0UU tous oupsoity,
respectively, and will probably bo
finished and rady for delivery
within ton months.
For Kapaa, per stmr James
Makee, Sept 4 ltev Alex Mack
For MMokai, per etrar Lehua,
Sept 1 Win Auld and wife, G M
Haacock, J B Castle, Mr Minton,
Merchants and Commission Agents. "
Carry a Complete Line of Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery. &c. Paint:
Oils and White Lead.
GENERAL PLANTATION SUPPLIES
Agents for Clariphos & Dick's Balata Belting.
i.i Hhl.s '.i"15,18 "knovyledRed .by several of the most expert engineers on tht
Islands to be tht- best, most durable, and least expensive.
Is carried AKentS Kelcllefer Bros-' GRAY AGATE WARE, of which a full Hat
..AJJ0,0 seltlon of IRON BEDSTEADS, MATTING. LINOLEUA1 LAWN
MOWERS, GARDEN HOSE AND FITTING ucum' UA wfi
Lime, Cement, Fire
Incrtiaril Vlnr4 Production
Washington, August 22. Tho
offlolal report of tho mineral pro
duotiou of tho United States for
tho calondar year 1893 was made
public to-dity. Since 180 tho to
tal valuo of tho mineral production
of the United Statos has increased
from 3G9,319,000 to 8G97,8b0,0d2
iu 1898, nearly 90 por cent. The
normal increaHodeduoed frorr this
record of nineteen years is at the
rato of S18.000.000 annually, but
during tho five years sinco 1893
tho rato of increase has been nenr
ly $25,(100,000 annually, Tho 1898
total product waa tho largest iu
hhtory, exceeding that of 1892,
which hold the record prior to
1898 by noarly $ 0,000,000. The
valuo of all metallic products in
1898 was $314, 9G.130,a8 compared
wihS302. 98,5j2 in 1897, a gain
of 841,8.17,023. All of tho metale
pzcopt nickol made large gains
copper, leads, zinc, aluminum and
autimony reaching their maxi
mum iu both protiuction and val
uebut while thoiam'ijunt of pig
iron produced in 1898 wa greatet
than in any other onr. th value
of this pioauot ivns considerably
less than in 1890 or 1892.
Albert Christian is now pursor
of Ibe Iwalani awl Louis Hey
noldB of the Jamec Makco.
G- S. SOMMA,
O IIP II BUM BLOCK.
Having rtturnti anJ cstatllshai oiysalfat the
Europaan ShaVIng Parlor, Merchant stmt, oppoll
JuJl Building, I wish to call the attention of my old
customers and new ones who wish to favor us with
M A. PIXOTO,
Formerly of IheUnlon Darter Shop.
Arlington Block, - Hotol Stroot.
Joseph Fernandez, Prop'r
Tbat disagreeable stato of mind, fro
quenl Ionm of toinpsr and consequent
mental worry Htipxrluduced by tho nn
noyanto of PlilCKLY HEAT, Is quickly
(1Iho1I(h1 by otio or two nppllrailons of
DANDRUFF K1LLKH. Wlillo its
oilociH iii tlio eradication and llnul euro
of 'Danilruir aro roinarkablo, tho oaso
with which it stops Prickly Hoat Is
none tbo less so.
For sale by all druggists, and at tbo
Union Barber Shop.
Tol. 096. Solo Proprietor.
LEFAIVRE BROS., Fort street, leave
by the Australia for San Francisco, on
business, returning next month. IJ14
MllS. A. B. TUOKEK,
HIGH SCHOOL GROUNDS,
I Honolulu TobaccoGo., LimitedJ
MM HAVANA AND MANILA CIGARS, kfi
H SMOKEKS' AIIT1CL1CS, ij
LTino Grades of Smoking Tohacco. njj
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets, Honolulu. SI
,aw UL I I -aty.ayTjLMf 1 OT . W rsHB
Clay and Fire Bricks.
The Club Stables
0. Belmna, : Manager
Livery, Boarding & Sale Stable
Prompt Service. Stylish Turnout.
Wa Aro nAnnrlftltv nnulnnwl tn tnr
your trado. Fair donllng and good tt
rico is what we doponu ujion to Rot It.
Wo havo for Balo Family CnrriaKo aid
I1 Driving Homos, slnglo er dotiblo toarw.
Thoy aro In good condition and will bs
o(l on favorable torms.
Dr. Kowat Is always In attnndanoe u
I Gmb Stables Hackstand
I Cor. Union & aloud Sts
(Old Boll Towor).
i FIRST CLASS OARRIAUES.
I HACKS AT ALL HOURS.
Onlors forSurroys, Wagonettes, Singe
I or Double Teams at a moment's notlo..
Hack Nos. 125, 183, 100, 70, 77.
O. BKLLINA. Mgr
75 and 79 King Street
TELKPHONE NO. 81.
NOW Is tbo tlmo to get leaks aai
broakages soon to, and your
Roofs Put in Order
By compotont workmen. '
FINKE & CO., FLORISTS,
Supply every variety of Cut Flowers an
Growlnj; Plants. Sprays, Bouquets anJ
Floral Designs on short notice.
Orders taken by
Telephone No. 51G. ia
I K)M.J5 M A.DE
J pounds for 25 cents.
60-pound casks, 4 per cask.
1ST. BEEH A. M'S
Hop Boer Depot, No. 11 Konla (formerly
A GOOD Thing
4 it a c
Ohi&, Algeroba and Fine Firewoo
Oat and Bpllt (ready for the Stove)
STOVE, STEAM & BLACRSMITttCOil
WHITE AND DLAOH HAND
Ki Lowest Prioes, delivered to any pari
HUSTACB & CO..
11 Qneon Rtroet.
Real Estate Transaction.
Babsoribeis are larnisned with from Utv
'0 six lists per week, giving an aooarak
eoord of a'l deeds, mortpapoa, leases, t
eases, powoia of attorney, etc, etc, which
ireplaoprl on reoord.
Subscription Price, 98.00 per aomUii
A. V. GEAR,
Jtidd Building, Uouolaha,