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Oceanic Steamship Company,
The Fine Faeaongor Steamers of This Liue Will Arrive at anc
Leave This Port as Hereunder.
From San Francisco:
AUSTRALIA Much u 1 AUSTRALIA March to
MARIPOSA Mitch .8 MU4NA March to
AUSTRALIA April u I Al SUM' IA Arrl it
MOANA Arriljj ALAMI.IM April it
AUSTRALIA Mayo.MJSlKALIA May J
ALAMbPA May ai 'MAKII'OsA May i$
AU5TNAUA juneo i
AUSTRALIA July 4 I
lu connection with the suiting of the above- ntcMiniurn, the Agents
are prepurcd to issno, to intending pasBenvjers, coupon through
tickets by any railroad from Han Francisco, to nil points in the
United States, and from New York by an binamship lino to all
For further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
Genern.1 Agents Oceanic S. S. Co,
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. gs Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the abort companies will call atHonolulu and leave thlt port on or about the ...
.... dates below mentioned s....
For Japan and China:
Amrlca Maru March u
Peking March aa
Gaelic March jo
Hongfconr Maru April i
China April 4
Doric April 94
For general Information apply to
H. Hackfeld &
aWSteemere of the above line, running In connection with the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
Mtween Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N. S. W., and calling at Victoria, C. C, Honolulu and Brisbane
era DUE AT HONOLULU on or about the datea below stated, via :
fROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, B. C.
Bit, Url.V.nji and flvdn.vl
warrimoo.... marcn it
, April 14
aVThrough tlcketa Issued Iron Honolulu to Canada. United States and Europe.
Filiate and all general miormauon, appiy 10
Theo. H. Davies &
Lines of Travel.
Wilder Stcamshio Co., Ltd.
S. 8. Klnau,
MOLOKAI, MAUI, HAWAII.
Change In Sailing off
On and after Tuesday, Nov. G, the
teamcr KINAU will sail from Hono
lulu on Tuesdays nt 12 noon, for Kau
Ukakal, Labalna, Maalaea Day, Klhel,
Itakcna, Kawalhae, Mahukona, Lau
thoehoe and Hllo.
Returning, will sail from Hllo on
Fridays at 2 p. m. tor above named
torts, arriving In Honolulu on Satur
lays. Passengers and frelgbt will be taken
tor Makena, Mahukona, Kawalhae, Hl
lo, Hakalau, Honomu, Papalkou, and
Passengers and PACKAOES ONLY
will be taken for Kaunakakal, Lahal
aa, Hoalaea Bay, Klhel and Laupahoe-
8. S. Claudlne.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
At i P. M., touching at Labalna, Ka
mulul, Nablku, Hana, Hamoa and Kl
tahulu, Maul. Returning, touches
it above named ports, arriving In Ho
tolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, once each
S. S. Lehua,
MOLAKAI,, MAUI, LANAI.
tuilM nverv Monday for ICaunakakal,
Cimalo, Maunalel, Kalaupapa, Laha-
Ina, Honolua, Olowalu. Returning nr
rives at Honolulu Saturday mornings.
This company reserves the right to
snake changes In the time of departure
ind arrival .; Us steamers WITHOUT
NOTICE, and It will not be responsi
ble for any consequences or'"3 there
Consignees must t .-.! rto -sdlngiri J?
in nwnivfi their frel.it. Tlr" -i
any will not hold itself Uerpouazale'
for ireigm aiier 11 hub ueeu iuuuuu.
Live stock received only at owner's
This company will not be responsi
ble for money or valuables of passen
gers unless placed In the care of the
AJsengers ore requested to pur
chase tickets before embarking. Those
falling to do so wll be subject to an
additional charge of twenty-five per
The company will not be liable for
loss of. nor Injury to, nor delay In,
Ue delivery of baggage or personal
ifecti o! the passenger beyond ttt
mount ot J100-W), unless the valr- -;
a same be f rS2L at or betot -ne
-43 ot t" ($ ftd freight paid
THE EVENING BULLETIN; HONOLULU, H. I, BATUHDAY. MAROE 10, 1000. 7 5
Lines or travel. I SHIPPING NtUK Last Davs of the ifieneial Rnllfir's Prosnp.ds Plambers, Etc. M
For San r-icmjisco.
ftuai kalih june
AUiTKALIA Jny 10
For San Francisco:
Honckonr; Maru March 16
China Ma'Ch 14
Dntlc March 11
MrponMiru April in
Rlnde Janeiro April 11
Co., Ltd., Agents.
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE,
For Victoria and Vancouver (B.C.):
I warrimoo Marcn 14
Mlowera April 11
Warrimoo May 9
For Freight and
Co., Ltd., Gen'I Agents.
lines of Travel.
All employes of the company are (or
bidden to receive freight without de
livering a shipment receipt therefor in
the form prescribed by the Company,
and which may be seen by shippers
upon application to the pursers of the
Shippers are notified that if freight
Is shipped without such receplt it will
be solely at the risk of the shipper.
C. L. WIGHT, President
S. B. ROSE, Secretary.
CAPT. T. K. CLARKE, Port Supt.
"The Overland Route"
Is Thirteen Hours Quicker Than via
Any Olber Route.
'The Overland Limited"
Runs Everyday In the Year Buffet,
Smoking and Library Cars with
Btrber Shop and Pleasant Reading
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Drawing Room Palace Sleepers etc.
No Change ol Care.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, Genral Agent,
'1 Montgomery St., San Francisco,
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
35 Third street, Portland, Oregon,
L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A..
& L. Co.
From and After January 1, lRio.
ei. Sun. Dally
EwaMlll , u
Pearl City 6:15
F. C. Smith, Gen'I Pass. A Tlcke
G, P. DBNUOtf, Superintendent.
Additional, and the latest Shipping: News, will re
found on the eighth page.
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Fiist quarter of tlio moon 011 the 7th
nt 7:01 p. m.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
nbout an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu. Hawaiian Standard Tlmo Is lOli, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of tlio mcr .Ian ot 157 30. The
tlmo whistle V .ws nt 1:30 p. in.,
which Is the -mo aa Greenwich Oh.
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
Steamers duo and Balling for tlio re
mainder of this and tlio wholo ot next
month are as follows:
Steamers From Duo
Australia S. F. March 11
America Maru S. V March 11
Warrimoo Sydney March II
Aorangl Victoria March 17
Peking S. F March 22
China Yokohama March 24
Mariposa S. K March 28
Gaelic S. F. March 30
Moana Sydney March 30
Steamers For Due
America Maru Yokohama . . March 14
Warrimoo Victoria March 14
Gaelic S. F March 10
Aorangl Sydney March 17
Peking Yokohama March 22
China S. F. March 21
Australia S. F March 2C
Mariposa Sydney March 28
Gaelic Yokohama I.March 30
Moana S. F. March 30
VESSELS IN PORT.
Army and Navy.
U. S. Tug Iroquois, Pond, cruise.
Ger. bk. H. F. Glade, Haesloop, Bre
men, Dec. 23.
Haw. bk. R. P. RIthet, McPhall, San
Francisco, Dec. 29.
Am. Bchr. Mary E. Foster, Thomp
son, San Francisco Jan. 8.
Br. bk. Conway Castlo, Evans, Liv
erpool Jan. 8.
Br. sp. Inverness-shire, Pcttle, New
castle Jan. 12. (Anchored off port)
Am. bk. Pactolus, Watts, Nanalmo
Am. sp. Luclle, Anderson, Tacoma
Haw. bk. Mauna Ala, Smith, San
Francisco Jan. 20.
Haw. bk. Santiago, Engalls, San
Francisco Jan. 31.
Am. bk. Ceylon, Wilier, Tacoma Jan.
Am. bktno. Jano L. Stanford, John
eon, Newcastle Jan, 25.
Ilr. bk. Forthbank, Nowcastlo Jan.
Am. bkt. Archer, Calhoun, San
lrnnclsco Jan. 20.
Br. sp. Lancing, Chapman, Sydney
Am. schr. Aloha, Fry, San Francisco
Br. sp. Drummulr, Armstrong, Now
castlo Jan. 30.
Am. schr. R. W. Bartlett, Nielsen,
Gray's Harbor Feb. 1.
Am. sp. Cyrus Wakefield, Macloon,
San Francisco Fcj. 2.
Am. bkt. S. N. Castle, Lanfeldt, San
Francisco Feb. 2.
Nor. bk. Solvelg, TJustolsen, Now
castlo Feb. 2.
Am. bk. Clias. B. Kenney, Andersen,
Chomaluus Fob. 4.
Am. bp. George Curtis, Calhoun, San
Francisco Feb. 7.
Am. schr. Annlo M. Campbell, Frld
bcrg, Tacoma 1j. 8.
Am. sp. Chas. E. Moody, Anderson,
Tacoma Feb. 9.
Am. schr. F. S. Redfleld, Jorgensen,
Tncoina Feb. 10.
Am. schr. O. W. Watson, Patterson,
Port Townscnd Feb. 10.
Ilr. sp. Glcncsslln, Prltchard, Now
castlo Feb. 12.
Br. sp. Asplcc, Brcmncr, Nowcastlo
Am. bk. Albert, Griffiths, San Fran
cisco Feb. 15.
Am. be. Harriot G.. Wayland. San
Francisco Feb.' 16.
Am. schr. Louis, Gcnbcrg, Marquesas
Islands Feb. 17.
Am. bk. Seminole, Taylor, Nowcastlo
Ger. bk. Sebastian Bach, Wooloy,
Nagasaki Feb. 17.
Am. bkt. Amelia, Wilier, Port Blako
loy Feb. 17.
Br. bk. Berwickshire, Blanco, Now
castlo Fob. 17.
Br. bk. East African, Decent, Now
castlo Feb. 18.
N. B. bk. Highlands, Smith, Now
castlo Feb. 23.
Am. schr. Jesslo Minor, Whitney,
Euroka Feb. 23.
Am. schr. Fred E. Sander, Swensou,
Port Townsend Feb. 23.
Ger. bk. Arnold, Pcelten, Bremen
Am. schr. Prosper, Johancsson, Now
castlo Feb. 2G.
Am. sp. Tllllo E. Starbuck, Curtis,
San Francisco Feb. 26.
Haw. bk. Star of Bengal, Honderson,
Nowcastlo Fob. 26.
Last Dajs of the
Panrdcborg, Monday, Feb. 2G (de
layed in transmission.) On thla, tlio
eighth tiny of General Cronjc's lcsls
tnnce, General Smllh-Doirlcn lms
worked up tlio river lied to within 200
yards of tlio Doer laager, squeezing the
enemy into n more and more conllni'd
The stay of the British here I' us not
been In any way duo to General Croti
Je, but In order to got supplies anil reir
tlio troops, which had becomo absolu
tely necossaiy. Now tliero nro tlally at
ilvnls of largo convoys, allowlns full
rations to the men, which bail at heat
been Intermittent dm nig tho last three
nays, a ncnvy rnm 11ns cttiiscu great
tliscomfoit to tlio Ilrltlsli, but greater
to tlio Doers nnd cold winds have
killed many slcl: animals. Last night
tho river roso and brought down n
great number of dead Doer horses.
When tho lilstoiy of Roberts' move
ment Ib written It will bo found that
tho marching power nnd magnificent
endurance of the Drltish soldier Is np
Rieat as ever. Tlio mnrch Itself ns fccn
on tno map would bo notliln; vurj
marvelous, but It must bo remembered
that tho wholo original plan of marcn
was changed when General Cronje
mndo his magnlllctut night trek on the
15th. Tho wholo nimy swung to th
left In hot pursuit. Somo of tho regi
ments marched twenty-seven miles In
twenty-four liouta, outstripping the
trnnspoit supplies and living for day
on almost quarter rations. Yet the
fiitigtic and Incessant hardship way
ucrno with wonderful cheerfulness.
Thcro has been n drenching rain foi
tho last three days, tho men lying fully
exposed to the rain and tho subsequent
cold winds, nil of which proved the nd
mlrablo pluck and endurance of the
Every day, owing to tho enormous
extent of tho Drltish lines news Is
brought of some little nction which
has passed unnoticed In tho excitement
of General Cronjo's Investment. List
Monday night a nrllllitnt piece of work
was performed by tho GloucestciE.
During tho nftcrnoon they approached
a kopjo containing n body ot Doom.
They waited till nightfall, when 120
men charged the kopje with tho bay
onet nnd drovo tho enemy with los.t,
bayoneting several of them. Tho posi
tions taken, nowever, were evacuated
during the night.
Last night tho rattlo of musketry
showed that tno Doers had discovered
our nightly rush forwnrd In the liver
bed, which they have been unable to
Yesterday they wcro Bhcllcd mloi
mlttently. The Boers possess two VIckers-Max-Im
guns, two 15-poundcrs, nnd nro
supposed to possess n big gun,, all ot
which appear tao bo sedulously hid
den. Tho war balloon Is doing good work.
Tbe Old Fort at Mnfektnar.
Mnfi-Ulm: N a Diitltdi town about
SUU miles noi Hi of Capo Town which
has been the Fieni' of repented battles
between I lie Doers under General
Cronje nnd Hie lliitlsh under Colouel
It. S. Dudeli'l'iiwell.
Buffalo, N. Y Feb. 28. Montagu
Whlto of Pretoria, former Consul Gen
eral of tho South African Republic nt
London, In reply to a query said tho
surrender ot General Cronjo marked
tho clo80 ot tho offcnslvo operations of
tho war. Tho enormous overwhelming
British forco has compelled tho aban
donment ot offcnslvo tactics nnd tho
beginning of defensivo tnctics.
"How long will tho Boers bo nblo to
defend their country?"
"That Is Impossible to say, I nm not
a military man. I am Informed, how
ever, by men who nro competent stra
tegists that Pretoria Is Impregnable.
Tho remainder of tho wnr botween
England and tho South African Repub
lic will bo less dramatic and will bo of
To AHHlHt Col. Plumcr
Capo Town, Feb. 28. Tho Governor
of Cnpo Colony, Sir Alfred Mlincr, h.13
further prorogued tho Capo Parlia
ment to April 6. Ho has also Issued a
pioclamntlon announcing that tho mili
tary authorities aro authorized to Im
press wagons, oxen, provisions nud
other necessities In Rhodesln, tho nrtl
clcs tans taken to bo paid for at .1 fair
value. This Is tanon to mean that Col.
Plumcr's column udvnnclng to tho re
lief of Mnfoklng will bo enabled to
Geneial Boiler's Prospects
Are Not Bright
New Yoik, Feb. 28. A dispatch to
tlio Tribune from London says:
Tlio effect of this victory upon Sir
Redvcrs I! til lor 'a campaign In Natal
was discussed by veterans last night
with Intense interest. It was generally
conceded Hint whllo General JotiliorL's
troops would bo disheartened and Gen
oral Butler's soldleis would bo In
splicd to uniiiluto tlio example of their
more fortunate comiailcs In tlio west,
there would be mora desperate lighting
in consequence or Lord lloucrts sue
i'i. lioner.'il .mntirrt now Iinx tin nv
I ilvit fnr tin Ittmipilltitn rottpnt ulnp.t 11
h, too ato to eifect General Cronjcb
,ie ivcinnco. Ho was behind Sh
(icorgo whites nrmy, wiiuii Is neni
ly starved out nnd helpless fiom Im)-
of ammunition. If ho can repel Gcu
ial lltillcr'B assault upon his stroiu
defensive positions ami drive bin
back to tho Tugt'la ho can compel Gcu
.ml White to sui render and In a wio
offrict Lord Roberts' victory, beside
1 hanging tho balance In tho compaia
tlvo lists of prisoners. Tho opInloD
In oirtclal circlc3 last night was thai
Lord Roberts bad rendered General
Unllcr's campaign more dllllcitlt by his
Thcro was no official news from Gen
eral Duller when the War Office closod
at midnight and tho press despatches
wcro fragmentary and Inconclusive.
It was clear that thcro had been 11
week's heavy lighting, with serious
losses on tho Drltish side. The Boors
were nppaiently rccnforccd on Friday
nnd mndo 11 determined effort to drive
back tho Drltish btlgadcs. General
Unllcr's men only held their ground
after desperate lighting nnd they wcro
exposed to n heavy fire from the Doer
guns. Military writers nro beginning
to criticise General Unllcr's tnctics in
putting forwnrd his lines nnd not
massing his troops for an attack but
theso strictures arc unjust when the
reports of his operations nrc In the
WRECKI.I) IN A IlLIZZARD.
Kansas City, Feb. 28. Tlio blizzard
prevailing throughout Western Mis
souri was the direct cause of n train
wreck last night on tho main lino of
tho Missouri Pacific Railroad, In which
at least two persons nnd, possibly,
othcis, were killed, and several others
were badly butt.
Tho fast St. Louis day express, duo
to arrive In Kansas City nt 5: 15 last
evening, wiib delayed by u freight train
which stuck in a snow drift two miles
soutli of Independence, Mo., about
twelve miles out of Kansas City. Tlio
St. Louis local passenger train, run
ning forty minutes behind tho fast ex
press, camo on through tho blinding
snowstorm and crashed Into tho ex
press ahead, tho engineer having fail
ed In the driving snow to see tho dan
ger signal which the first train had
Such was the forco of tho collision
that tho parlor car, which was In tho
rear of tho first train, was literally
cut In two. When Engineer Frank
Raymond and his firemen escaped from
tho wreck they crawled out through
tho windows of tho parlor car. Flro
added to tho horrors of tho wreck,
coals from the furnaco of tho shatter
ed engine having fallen among tho de
bris of tho splintered coach and soon
tho wholo wreck was ablaze. Two or
more persons, It Is believed, wcro burn
ed. Burled Their Cannon.
London, Fob. 28. The military critic
of the Times suggests thnt Gcncrnl
Cronjo probably burled somo of his
big guns. With regard to tho largn
number ot pilsoncrs, tho disposing of
whom presents somo dlfllcttlty, this
writer suggests that they bo sent to St.
"General Cronjo, according to a great
precedent, might bo accompanied with
tho largo retinue he desires at Long
Curzon ToiitttH Robci'lH.
Calcutta, Feb. 28. Lord Ctirzon, tho
Viceroy, nt n dinner given this evening
at Government 1 louse, said:
"I propose, on this great occasion, to
break tho ordinary rule. I nsk you
to drink tho health of that bravo sol
dier and former Indian commander-in-chief,
wno, on tho anniversary of Mn
Juba, has wiped out that stain and
gained a notable yes, a glorious, vic
tory." Buy your cnrrlago material from tlio
Pacific Vchlclo and Supply Co.
Horses nnd rigs may bo kopt now nt
Walklkl now In tho stables at Long
Merchants and Commission Agents.
Carrj 1 Complete Line of Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, &c. Palnli
Oils and White Lead.
' GENERAL PLANTATION SUPPLIES.
Agents for Clarlphos & Dick's Balata Belting;
This Belting Is acknowledged by several he most expert engineers on ti
Islands to be the best, most durable, and least expensive.
Also Agents for Kelcliefer Bros.' GRAY AGATE WARE, of which a full
A good selection of IRON BEDSTEADS, MATTING, LINOLEUM, LAW
MOWERS, GARDEN HOSE AND FITTINGS. ' n
Lime, Cement, Fire Clay and Fire Bricks.
75 and 79 King Street
TELEPHONE NO. 31.J
NOW Is tlio tlmo to get leak MJ
brokHg- Men. Ui, autt yunr
Roofs Put In Order
Hy ciuuytfltt wort rvn
H. T. SHA.W & CO.
Hie ill Tin
Old Flro Tower, Union Stroet.
We lluMiro m nothing but tho'bu..
f v rk mid imuotliil, tut-Ung all work,
Iiiih liitirli)g you ttguluslull sower g&n,
Kstlmt Ion carefully given.
Jnldiltm promptly Mttoiulod to.
Fori the Plumbing
On Hint uimv linufK) thnt yon aro
ibout lo liuild nr the nlterilioua
you mo iutt'U(lii)fr to multe on
i our property. Onll nud seel me
and get nu estimate.
JAS. HOTT, Jr,
Practical Tinsmith nud Plumber.
Shop: IlorelRiiIrt fctroet, 4 doom oaaf
of Punchbowl. P.'iono 841.
Hour 7 n. in. to 5 p. in,
Johtiinn promptly attended to.
w. H. UARTH.
Honolulu Sbeet Metal Works,
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilators.
Conductor Pipe andtGutter Work.
Rlcharde Street, bet. Queen and Merchant. Honolu' I
-JobMnr promptly atttnded ln.1
King stroet, not-. Railroad Depot,
Plumber and Tmsni'th
All work prompt!; and caiefnlly
attended to. '877
Domestic Servants, Sailors and General
Office Hours: 9 a. m. to j p. m.
P. O. Box 862.
Room 1, Spreokels Block
iDone in Crayon or Oil.
Mctures Framed In aiy style.
Framed Pictures for sale.
King and Alapai streets,
Near Honolulu Stock Yards.
Hop Wo & Co.
Remr from Klnj; St. nr. Union Square to
Aloha Block, Fort St.
Ready made and made-to-order White
Duck, Crash and Khaki Suits, at lowest
prices. Satisfaction guaranteed. 1468
If. F. BERTELMAiVS
To rear of old stand. Entrance on King
street. OrJei left at either shop, or office,
at John Nott's itore, Klnir. street, will re
ceive promp' attention. I45ftf
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