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THE EVENTNG BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER 18, 1899.
Oceanic Steamship Company,
The Fine Paaaeuuor Btoamora of Tbie Liuo Will Arrive at iv
Leave This Port na Hcroundor. -
Prom San Francisco:
. NOVEMBER ai
MARIPOSA.. ., JANUARY )
AUSTRALIA JA .IIARY ij
MOnNA ,1.. JTIUAKI 1
AUSTRALIA IbDRUARY t4
ALAMEDA , FEBRUARY .8
In counectioiiwlt'n lha sailing of the above stoamura, the Agenta
aro prepared to issue, to intending pasaengere, coupon tbrongh
tiokcta by any railroitit from Han Francisco, to nil points in the
United Btatoe, and from Now York by any etjamubip line to all
For farther partionlsra apply to
Wm. 0. Irwin & Co., Limited,
Gonornl Agents Ooeanic S. H. Co.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Onemal Steamship Co, 0 Tojo Risen Kalstaa
. Steamer of Uie abort comani wilt call tt Honolulu and leae this port on or about the
....datei below mentioned 1....
For Japan and China:
, January a,
For general Information apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents.
Canadian - Australian Hojal Hail Steamship Company.
JWrSteamera of the above tine, running In connection with the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.,
bttoeen Vancouver, D. C, and Sydney, N. S. W., and calling at Victoria, D. C, Honolulu and Brisbane
art DUIS AT HONOl.Ul.il on or about the datet below stated, via :
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, B. C.
For Brlsbana and Sydney!
I Mtowera... November as
. April u
1 , 1 I warrlmoo.... Mayo
-Throuch ticket! Uwed from Honolulu to Canada, United Stale, and Europe. For freight and
raisage ana an general information, appiy 10
Theo. H.Davles&Co., Ltd., Gcn'l Agents.
Lines of Travel.
CHANGE IN SAILING STMR "KINAU."
On and after November 7th, next, the
steamer KINAU will sail trom Honolulu
on Tuesdays at is o'clock noon, Instead
of at 1 o'clock p. in., for Kaunakakal,
Lahalna, Maalaea Bay, Klhel, Makena,
Kawalhae, Maluikona, Lnupahoehoe, and
Returning, will sail from Hllo on Fri
days at 2 p. m. for above named ports,
arriving at Honolulu on Saturdays.
Passengers and freight will be taken for
Makena, Mahukona, Kawalhae, Hllo, Ha
kalau, Honomu, Papalkou, and Pepeekeo.
Passengers and PACKAGES ONLY
will be taken for Kaunakakal, Lahlna,
Maalaea Bay, Klhel, and Laupahoehoe.
WILOER'8 STEAMSHIP CO., LTD.
Honolulu, Oct. 6th, 1899. 1545
S. S. Mauna Loa.
Commencing this trip, tha steamer
"Mauna Loa" on tho return trip, will
leave .Punaluu, Hawaii. ou Sundity,
November 19th, at 6 o'cldclt p. in. and
hereafter lior sailing tlmo from that
port shall bo at C o'clm p .n: on tho
Intor-lBlantl Steam NnvlBUlmi Co.,
N .E. GEDG13 Secretary
Honolulu, Nov. 13th, lSfO.
Club Stables, Ltd
618 FORT 8T11EF.T.
Livery, Boarding & Sale Stable
Stable Telephone 477.
HACK STAND Telephones 319
O. H. BELLINA.
The Hercaii Frilling Go.
119 King St.
0"IIROi AND SOCIETY WORK.
A birdseye view of the region
about Manila. It is given In On To
For San Franoiano
AUSTRALIA NOVEMBER .3
MARIPOSA , DECEMIIfcR 8
AUSTRALIA DECLMBER ,6
MOANA . JANUARY j
ALAMEDA FEBRUARY a
MARIPOSA MARCH a
For San Francisco:
Coptic . .... November s
America Mini Decembers
Alcoa (cargo) . December 11
Gaelic i December i
Hongkong Mam , December 30
China . January 6
Doric Januar) i)
Nippon Maru ......... January,
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE,
For Victoria and Vancouver (B.C.):
Warrlmoo. .November 11
Aorangl... .December ao
Mlovera.... January 11
Warrlmoo . February t.
, 1 Aorangl Mtrcn 14
Mkmera. .April n
Lines of Travel.
0. R. & L. Co.
From and After January 1, 1600.
STATIONS. Dally Dally
.'Outward) . Sun. Dally ea. Sun. Dally Dalit
A.M. A 41. A.M,
Honolulu T.to g.ij
Pearl City..,. 8.03 9-48
EwaMIII 8. J 10 oS
11.0s j:ij s:o
11:40 '7 vso
(Inward) ex Sun. Dally Dally Daily
AM. AM. H.M. P.M
Kahuku :jj .... oS
Walalua 6.10 .... a so
Walanaa 7:10 .... j:ji
EwaMIII 5.50 7.4s 1:05 4!i
PtailClty 6.15 to) i:jo 4I5
Honolulu 6.50 8:)j a 0 j'jo
F. 0. Smith, Gon'l Pass. fc Tlckot
q. P. Dknison, Superintendent.
HENRY BRYANT, Prop.
Tbo stage for Kaneohe, Heeia, Wal
kane, Kualoa and way points, will
leave Post Office, Bethel street side,
at 0 a. m., Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays, calling for iiaasengora and
packages at Lovejoy it Co'a, No. 10
A GOOD THING
4 U -S2--0
Ohia, Algeroba and Pine Firenci
Oat and Split (read; for the Btove).
STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COA
WHITE AND BLACK BAND
it Lowest Prices, delivered to any pur
HUSTACE. & CO,,
M Oneea Rtrt,
L E. PINKHAM,
Office with tha Paciflo llardwaro Co.,
Honolulu, II, I,
Estimates gl von and contracts mndo
for wells on any of the Islands. 8IX
NEW PLANTS for heavy work operated
by the most skillful highest class drillers.
W. H. Barth,
II. W. Bartii,
Honolulu Sheet Metal Works,
Galvanlred Iron Skylights and Ventilators,
Oinrtnrtnr Pin nnrl ("Suiter Wnrlr
Rlcharda Street, bet. Queen and Merchant. ILniluhj.
ajuownj promsny anevaea i.r3
General Lie Gives His
Views On Cubans
New York, Nov. 8. "The Fnltiie of
Cuba," 1b a paper by Major Ocncial
Fltzhugh Lee, which will appear In tha
Independent tomorrow, as followii.
When will tho United Slalfc'i ovarii
ate Cuba? That la a question t am fre
quently nBltcd, nnd I suppoao It Ih na
tural for peoplo to suppose that, from
my peculiar facilities for obtrivatlon
In the Island, I might have aonio know
ledge, or nt least some opinion ntiuttt
Nevertheless, I have no such know
ledgo and no such opinion. Willi tho
very best of Will on tho part of our
Government, a deslro to keep Its
pledges and lcavo-Hho Inhtbltnnts of
Cuba to enjoy their Indcpsmlenci' In
their own way, thero tiro many dllll
cutics In the way of wthdrawal, and
whothcr or not wo havo In thu lant
six months mado progress lownrd tho
end I am unahlo to say.
Yet I can Say that during tho last
six months crime has decreased nnd
pcaco and prosperity aro Bprcndlng or
rovlvlng In a great measure. This,
howovcr, seems attributable to tho
presence of tho United Stales troops,
whom the property holders ami chief
men Insist must stay. Tha Ctitunn
themselves (seem to bo very much di
vided In opinion iib to what ought to
bo done. Fomo want an Independent
republic immediately. Ollicri Intdst
that Cuba shall ho annexe! to tho
United StuteB, nnd great number of
others seem to havo no posltlvo nplu
lona concerning tho path their coun
try should pursue. Thero is, of comma.
on tho part of n majority, a lack of
understanding of tho dlfflcnltlca of self
government, At present tho census Is being taken
In Cuba, and for tho first tlmo wo shall
havo tin accurate and reliable enumera
tion. When that has been finished the
experiment of frco government for
Cuba for Cubans will, I belle w. bn
tried. Precisely In what locality or In
what form I do not know.
It It be found that tho Cttbuua can
organizo and maintain a government In
their Island that will protect Ufo and
property, undoubtedly wo shall with
draw and allow them to go their own
way along tho path of independence,
accompanied by uothlng 111010 embar
rassing than our very bent wishes. Lint
at present all lit tentative; all attempt')
at government aro merely experimen
tal and, not being a prophet, I am un
able to say what tho futuro holds for
tho Pearl of tho Antilles. I slnccroly
hopo thnt It 1b happiness and protper-
Ity In their greatest abundance mid
In highest form.
WolBelcy TiillmOn tho Vp.
London, Nov. 7. General Lord Wol
seley. tho Comraandor-lii-Chlcf, who
was tho gucbt of tho Authors' Club last
oveulng, said that tho ehort-servlcn
system In the British army had at last
been acknowledged no tho right imo
even by Its iilrcnuoua opponents.
Discussing tho tiltuntlon In Bonth
Africa, the Field Marshal remaiketl
"In my varlouu commands I have
learned much of tho Hoer character
and I can cay truthfully that tho Doers,
as a people, aro tho most Ignorant with
which I havo ever been brought into
contact. Their aspiration lo to rule tho
whole of South Africa. This Is a point
tho English peoplo must keep before
them. Thero aro ups ami downs In
warfaro, nnd tho disappointment wo
havo suffered W having tho good effect
of bringing tho English peoplo closer
Those, fiamoon datum.
Washington, Nov, 7. King Oscar of
Sweden win havo extraordinary pow
ers for tho award of damages to thu
Saraoan claimants growing out of tho
bombardment of. Apia and other Sa
raoan towns by the American cruiser
Philadelphia and the British cruiser
(loyalist and Porpoise in March last
The claims aggregate something like
$2,000,000. Tho convention was signed
today at the FJUto Department by Sec
retary Hay, Mr. Tower and Mr. Mumm
CAPTAIN QAItDINED DEAD.
Berkeley, Nov. 7. Captain Fredorio
A. Gardiner, well known as a steam
ship officer and an old resident of Ber
keley, died this morning at his resi
dence on yino street after a long Ill
ness contracted on a -voyage to Manila.
Captain Gardiner waB In the servlco of
tho Occidental and Oriental Steamship
Company for fourteen years. Ho serv
ed for cloven years on tho Gaelic ami
during tho Iaat. three years was first
otllcer pn, tho Doric. lie retired from
active service three years ago, and
slnco then hla only voyago was made
to Manila as second ofllccr 011 the
transnort Scandla. On that trip ho
contracted dysentery which ultimately
caused hie death. ,
Ride a Cleveland; they lead till
Caraarlnos has Just landed ex Aus
tralia, a full lino of Grapes, Plums,
Peaches. 'Apples. Bartlett Poars, Or
anges, Lomons, Celery, Cabbage, Caull-
flowor, UuruanK rotatoes, unions,
Dates, Dried Figs, Assorted Nuts, Sal
mon, Flounders, Halibut, Crabs, East
ern and California Oysters (In tin and
shell), Turkeys, Chickens, Ducks, etc.,
Additional, and tha latest Shipping New,, will t
ound on the eighth page.
1 11. in iii.iii.'p.in. a. 111
Vttil.ilay IM H.ll.l2.i!o 0 31 7.0
.11 1.81, 1.14
to 2.10 2 (In! 7.12 0.0!
1 I '
10 no 211 h 11)10.01
Friday 117 3.11. : L'J SV UUtt
natiiniay is 4 1 nil ii.u.. 11.1
I , I v 111
Smulny ID 6.01) 1.1 1' ,.G: 12.ili
Full moon on tho 16th at 11:48 p. m.
The Standard time whlstlo sounds at
12h. Om. Os. (mldnlglit), Greenwich
time, which Is lb, 30m p. m. of Ha
waiian Standard time.
MOVEMENTS OF BTEAMBR8.
Steamers duo and sailing today and
for the next rlx days arc as follows:
Klnnu Maul and Hawaii
W. O. Hall Kauai
Mauna Loa Konu
Australia San Francisco ...
Mlowcrn Victoria, I). C. ...
Doric San FranclBco
Klnnu Maul and Hawaii ...
Nippon Mai u Ban Francisco
, Nov. 20
.. Dec. 2
.. Dec. 3
Klnnu Mnul ami Hawaii...
Amciican Maru Yokohama .
Sleumcra From Duo
Klnnu Maul nnd Hawaii Nov. 21
Clautllnc Maui Nov. 2
W. O. Hall Kauai Nov. 21
Warrlmoo Victoria, . B.... Nov. 23
Mlowcra Colonies Nov. 21
Doric Yokohama Nov. 24
Coptic San Francisco Nov. 25
Australia Satt IrancIsco .... Nov. 2S
Klnau Maul and Hawaii .... Nov. 2S
Claudlno Maul Nov. 2S
W. 0. Hall Kauai Nov. 28
Nippon Maru Yokohama Dec. 2
American Mnru San Francisco Dec. C
Klnau Maul and Hawaii Dec. 5
Cldiidlne Maul Dec. C
W. (I. Hall Kauai Dec. C
At tho annual meeting of tho Hcalaul
Boat Club Inst night tho following ofll-
ccrs were chosen: Gcorgo It. Carter,
president: Walter E. Wall, vice presi
dent; James W. Lloyd, secretary; Chas.
B. Gray, treasurer; Klrlt Porter, audi
tor. Tho foregoing oulcors with F. B.
Damon, A. L. 0. Atkinson, auy Oero
and F. J. Church constitutes the full
board of directors.
Tho treasurer's report was very gra
tifying. Tho Indebtedness of $3000 has
been nettled nnd thero Is qttlto a good
sill plus In the treasury.
Before tho election each member of
tho winning bnrgo crow wns presented
by tho club with a largo picture of tho
crow. Fred .1. Church and tho Lo Mun
yon Photo Supply Co. presented the
club with two lurgo pictures of tho
barge race, ono of tho winning crow
and the other of tho different positions
of tho boats In tho great race.
A committee of five was appointed to
draft amendments to the bye-laws
which will hiiggcst committees to at
tend to tho various Interests of tho
club. Tho committees will havo charge
lespectlvcly of tho rowing, yachts ami
the house. A mooting will be held nt
tho olllco of Geo. R. Carter on Wed
nesday at 4 p. ra. The committee con
sists of Geo. It. Carter, W. 13. Wall.
Frctl J, Church, A. C. L. Atkinson and
The band will play fie following se
lections nt a concert In Emnit Square
March "Illinois Battleship".... Wi'o
Overture "La Dame Ul.inchu"....
Gavotte "Dawn of Lmo". ...Boudlx
Selection "I Martlrl" ... Donizetti
Waltz "A Tol" Waldtoufel
Oalop "Through tho Air" Faust
"The Star 8 pan r ltd Banner."
Tho following selections will be
played at the concert on MaKeo Island
" "The Old Hundred."
Overture "Tho Armorer"
Ballad "Tho Palms" Fauro
Orund Seloctlon "Lucia"
Fantasia "My Old Kentucky Homy"
Duct "Excelsior" Balfo
Overture "Lodolska" . . . Kreutzer
Gavotte "Arena" Fllego
"The Star Spangled Uanuer.
Cricket This Afternoon,
Cricket this afternoon between teams
from tbo ship Errol nnd II. C, C. Tho
teams playing aro as follows:
Errol Captain Henderson. Messrs.
C. Bchrend, J. W. Gibson, W. Linton,
A. Falrchlld, Gow and F. Stolrs, assist
ed by C. Pllanala, J, Harvey, Harrison,
J, W. WInton nnd A. Dunn.
Honolulu Cricket Cluu Messrs. Jor
dan, Sinclair. Penny, Hatfield, Moss, D.
Ross. C. Willis, J. II. Walker, A. Cock
burn, E. Parish and Judgo Stanley.
klkl Inn, formerly Wright's
pleasant rooms with board, ln
c sea bathing, $12 per week.
i speclnlty, with, wine,
fflE0.H. DAVES &C0.,Ltd,
Merchants and Commission Agents.
Carry n Complete Line of Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, &c. Psfnfi
Oils and White Lead.
GENERAL PLANTATION SUPPLIES,
gents for Clariphos & Dick's Balata Belting;
This Belting Is acknowledged by several of the most cxrett engineers on th
stands to be the best, most durable, and least expensive.
Also Ap,ents for Kelchefer Bros.' GRAY AGATE WARM.cf which a full Ik 1
A good selection of IRON BEDSTEADS, MATTING, LINOLEUM, LAWf
VtOVVERS, GARDEN HOSE AND FITTINGS.
a Lime, Cement, Fire Clay and Fire Bricks.
Unnnlnin Tnhsonn (In I imitorl
nuiiu.uiu iuuuuuu uu.j b,imiuu
HAVANA AND MANILA CIGARS, "
. Pino Gir.tlcs of Smoking Tobacco.
For a . . .
What could be nicer than a
What Nicer Than
FOltr STREET, NE VII OltPHhUM
LOOK AHElD !
Don't delay givinjiyour orders for
till you get crowded out, but order
Visitors are cordially invited to
call and inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, trom Knmelnmehn
I. to date.
At tbo Old Stand
On Fort Strpot ::
In Action on
Mauna Loa !
DAVEY PHOTOGRAPHIC Co
Cor. Fort and Hotel 8ts.
TtJeahettts 10M Ik ij. P.O. Boat
0. H. BERREY, : Manager.
DiPcilt Collections a Specialty.
Is the foretaste of Ihe whole day. Spoil
that end we probably spoil all."
Be su-e the coffee Is Rood, and that It
LEWIS & CO.,
Telephone 840. m Fort St.
Notice of Assessment.
Notice Is hereby Riven that the fifth
assessment of ten fio) per cent on the
capital stock of the HONOLULU RAPID
TRANSIT Si LAND CO. will be due and
payable to J. H. Fisher, at Bishop & Co. 's
Bank, Honolulu, on the 1st day of Novem
ber, proximo. The shares upon which
any assessment may remain unpaid after
thirty days from said date will be declared
Honolulu, Nov. 1, 1890.
CHAS. H. ATHERTON.
1 368 Secretary H. R. T. & L. Co.
and Merchant Streets, Honolulu.
G. S. SOMMA,
O K P 11 E U M I! L O 0 K.
Havlnc lelurneJ and embll.Kj jiy.,11 a, 1.
European Shav'ng Parlcr, Merrhant urtet, utta'U
luJi Building. I wuh to call the attention ot ir
tiitomcnard re tries who otuhto favor Be "l
formerly of the. Union hu, atcy
rosenl) Tvnnji(iz Fror
For cloHiiKlng tha ualp, lltnulHlifjis
tbo Bkln of tliti lioad, roliovlnc hoattac
BUfcetl hy overwork hihI mentnl worn
nidlcntliig ilalid.-ifir, nnd goiiom..,
nuking you feci Hko a now man o
woman, thero In nothing eipul lo
paclioco's Daiulruir Kilk-r
For nalo by nil ilrtiguMi, and at thi.
Union ILkrbor Shop,
75 and 79 King Strew
TELEPHONE NO, 81.
10W is the time to get leak
breakages aesn to, and jrtw
Roofs Put In Order
By competent worlcmn-.
Guitar, Mandolin, Zitlior,
tffl-During my absence at'Omr Ha
Vtr. Ames, of Wall, Nichols Co.,
tvill have charge of my pupils.
A.N'.MS MONTAGUE TURNER
Vocal Studio, "Mlgnon," 720 Boretaula
stieet. Tel. lilt. 137c
B. K. KA.AT,
Teacher of Guitar, Mandolin, Zither
Ukulele and Taro Patch. .
Ordern to bpjoft care of Wall, Nlnholh