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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1000.
i Oceanic Steamship Company
The Fine Passenger Steamers o This Line Will Arrive at anc
Leave This Port ao Ileronnder.
From San Francisco:
. June 6
,. JtllV 4
In connection with the sailing of the abovo steamers, tho Agents
re prepared to isBUO, to intending passengers, coupon through
tickets by any railroad from San Jb'rnnoiacn. to all points in the
United States, and from Now York by an btearaship lino to all
For further partioulais apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
Oonornl Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co,
Occidental anil Oriental Steamship Co. s Toyo Risen Kaisna
Sliamtri ol the above conpmi. will cell at Honolulu and leave tht poll on or about iht
... date btluw mentioned i....
For Japan and China:
Rio o Janeiro....
... Mav io
. ...Mjv 18
... May e6
for eeneral Information apply to
H. Hackfeld &
Canadian -Ansli'itliaii Royal Mai Sleanship Company.
M-Steasien of the above line, runnlnft In connection with the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
anraw Vancouvtr, B?C.. and byiney. N. S. W.. and calllnu at Victoria. E. C. Honolulu and Brliban,
hTiiI;!: AT IIOMll.III.II on or about the datei below ttatcd. vlt :
IROM VANCOUVLM AM VICTORIA. B. C,
ror urisrine a& j;.".t i
STTbroueh ticket Kucd from Honolulu to Canada, United States and Europe, t-or height and
Patiagt and all general Information, apply to
Theo. H. Da vies & Co., Ltd., Gen'I Agents.
Lines of Travel.
Wilder Staliio l'e., Ltd.
6. S. Kinau,
I MOLOKAI, MAUI, HAWAII,
Change In Sailing
On and after Tuesday, Nov. 0, the
iteamer KINAU will aall iiotn Hono
lulu on Tuesdays at 12 uoon, for Kau
nakaltal, Lahalna, Maalaca Bay, Klliel,
MaUcna, Kawalhao, Mahukona, Lau
janoehoo and Hllo.
Returning 1111 sail from Hllo on
Fridays at 2 p. m.. for above named
ports, arriving In Honolulu on Satur-
Pa'ssongers and freight will bo taken
for Makona, Mahukona, Kawalhao, Hl
lo, Hakalau, Honomu, Pnpalkou and
PpftMCCngcrs and TACKAOES ONLY
will bo taken for Kaunakakal, Lahalna,
Maalaea Day, Klhel and Laupahoehoe
6. S. Claudine.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at 6 P. m. touching at Lahalna, Ka
hulul, Nahlku, Hnna. Hamoa and Kl-
pahulu. Maul, licturmng, loutHuu ui
abovo named ports, arriving In Hono-
i.ti.i QnnHav mnrnlncs.
Will call at Nuu. Kaupo, onca each
S. S. Lehua,
MOLOKAI. MAUI, LANAI.
Balls every Monday for Kaunakakal,
Kamalo, Maunalel, Kalaupapa. Lahal
na. Honolua, Olowalu. Returning ar
rives at Honolulu Saturday mornings.
This company reserves tho right to
make changes In tho tlmo oiMcpartura
and arrival of Its steamers WirHOUl
NOTICE, and It will not bo responsible
for any consequences arising there-
n..imoiiii must bo at the landing
. .oinn their freight. This com-
nany will not hold Itsolf responsible
for freight after It has been landed.
Live BtOCK rccuiveu uui; i ""
rr-hu romoany will not bo responsible
for money or valuables of passengers
unless placed: In the caro of the pur-
Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. Those fall
ing to do so will be subject to an d
fllUonal charge of twenty-five per cent.
The company will not be llnble for
loss of, nor Injury to. nor delay In,
the delivery of bagiwge or pnrsonul
affects of the pasHnniter beyond the
ntnune nf linn .OH. uulpss the value Ot
mm . . . . - . s ...-'
the same De aeciarea, ni or u-ium moi
turnip of tho ticket, and freight paid
For San i tmoisco.
AUSTRALIA May is
MAKII'OSA May is
MOANA June ti
AU-TlAIIA -i io
For San Francisco:
, May ii
i May ao
Co., Ltd., Agents,
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE,
For Victoria and Vancouver (U. C.l:
Lines of Travel.
All employes of the company are tor
bidden to receive freight without de
livering a shipment rtcilpt therefor In
the form prescribed by the Company,
and which may be Been by utiiiieii
upon application to the pursers of the
Shippers are notified that if freight
is shipped without such reccplt it will
be solely at the risk of tho shipper.
C. L. WIGHT. President
S. B. ROSE, Secretary.
CAPT. T. K. CLARKE, Port Supt.
"The Overland Ronte"
Is Thirteen Hours Quicker Tban via
Any Oibcr Ronte.
'The Overland Limited"
Runs Everyday In the ' Ytar Buffet,
Smoking and Library Cars with
B rber Shop and Pleasant Reading
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Drawing Room Palace Sleepers el:.
No Change o! Cars.
D. VV. HITCHCOCK, Genral Agait,
i Montgomery St., San Francisco.
J. H. LOTHROP, Gmeral Agent,
35 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
L. LOMAX. G.
P. & T. A.,
0. R. & L. Co.
From anj After January I, I8,
(Outward) . Sua. Dall;
IT r Runm rijintl V...
. -.-..-i .
G. P. Dkmison, Superintendent.
QUAY IS BARRED OUT
Washington, April 21. Hon. Mat
thew 9. Quay was otndy tcfuscd a sent
In the United biatcs Senate on the ap
pointment of the Uovcrnor of Pennsyl
vania hy a vote of 33 to Si The cntlro
time of tho Senato today was devoted
to debate upon Hie question, many of
the greatest lawyeis and orators In the
uuu, i.iii.uiUh icun. ao mi,
RfsnifiTi win n mi linn inn iniiii' nil- inn '
final vote approached the gallcrlc3
filled until they wcro thronged with
multitudes, while other mulUludoa
wcto unable to i;alu admission.
As tho big clock opposite the Presi
dent pro tern. Indicated 4 o'clock, there
was a hush In tho chamber. Fryc, In
tho chair, announced that tho hour for
the final veto had arrived, and that tho
question wan tho pcndlnrc motion of
Chandler to Htrlko out the resolution
declining Quay not to bo entitled to u
scat the word "not." Senators through
out tho chamber eagerly followed the
roll call, for all knew tho voto was
close. Tho first sensation was cnus-d
hy the fnlluro cf 1'cttlgrcw of South
Dakota to answer to Iilrt name, nl
though he wns In his sent.
When Vest's namo wnB called ho
voted "no" In a clrnr voice, thus dasV
tnj; the last horo cf the frleuns of (Juay.
who had expected confidently that the
t. stlnguishrd MlKsoiiriun would voto
for his Icng time pcrsonui friend, in
petfect sllencu It was announced tint
tho Senate had denied to (Jauy tho Beat
which ho has sought for some months
PLAGUE IN MANILA.
.Manila, April 21. Tho sudden deaths
of Killplnrs and Chinamen in Qut.tpo
market liavo led to nn Investigation,
showlnir that fifteen cases of ulacue.
, fourteen cf which wen; fatal, have oc
curred within a week. Tho market 'n
located In the center of tho city.
In black, tottcn wooden buildings th
Keepeis of tho stalls llvo with their
families, humiicd together In grcnt
filth. Some of tho victims wcro strlck
en and died within nn hour. There
have been sivcral deaths In other sor
tloim of tho city recently which have
been traced to infection from the mar
The total number of bubonic deaths
aro 113 Chinamen nnd AG Filipinos. The
plnguo elsewhere has been suppirssed
Colonel Hardin and Major Case, wit'i
n hnttullrn cf tho 29th Infantry, hav
sailed for tho Islands of Mnrludunuc
nnd Mnhbelo. It Is reported tho In
surgcntu havu 250 rllleH nnd 7,000
l omnia cf ammunition. Dr. Hnrcoa.
n prominent native of Marlnduquo nnd
a supporter of tho Americans, accom
panied tho expedition to try and con
vince tho Inhabitants of tho wisdom of
HYDRAULIC PROBLEM 80LVISD,
Editor Evening Bulletin: If your corre
sp.ndtnt of Satuidav's lsue will advue
his Iriend to carry his upper pipe down
Into die Iron tank as per above, to the
point lie desires the water to rle in bottom
of tank, we think he can accomplish his
Nippon' Nov Purrtci'.
Geo, T. Keys Is tho new purser
aboard tho Nippon Maru. Ho was for
merly connected with tho l'nclllc Coast
Shipping Co. and previous to that,
sailed In tho steamers of tho Pacific
Mall to. IIu passed through hero as an
olllccr iiii tho City of Peking about
nlno urn ago hut did not get off tho
steamer as sho was anchored outside.
Mr. Kei- Is one of tho most courteous
and accommodating pursers that come
to this poit and his being given tho
purscrshlp of tho Nippon will bo hailed
with plcasuro by nil those who have
business with that olllccr.
Certificated for Burial. .
Lalclc, Hawaiian fcmnlc, 50, maras
Daccnt do Sllva, Portuguese, male, C3,
chronic diarrhoea, lusnno Asylum.
Angclo Snntnna, Porttigueso male, S
months, heart dlscaso, Kinau street.
Infant of Jack Nalunnlnu, Hawaiian
female, 4 months, dysenteiy, near Koko
'Bun to the Meeting.
A special 'bus will leavo Smlth'r
stnbles In Kallhl at 7 o'clock this even
ing for tho accommodation of thoso
people of tho district who wish to at
tend tho meeting ot Republicans in tho
The ever popular Ualnlrr brrr M h.
coming a household word nnd "will
you have a ulass of flenttle," Is more
often heard than anything elee. The
Crltprlnn 8aloon has the beer on tap or
REDUCE DETniSTION CAMP.
At the Hireling of tho Hoard of
Heal tli this afternoon sevcial ery Im
portant mattcm arc to he considered
cither In open or executive ses3lon.
Dr. Wood has been especially requested
to be prchcnt and It Is understood that
tho question of the future of tho de
tention camps, which wn.n considered
by tho Cabinet this morning, will bn
nll0,ictlli llt tIl0 rif,tnt 0f Minister
y(ltgi iiuoic mo noaru tins niter
'i ho matter of tho bacterlologh nl
o.xnmlnathn of tho soils of Chinatown
will also be discussed, as will bo till'
question cf the feasibility of opening
up the bunicd district for use.
Dr. Garvin will Introduce n propo
sition for placing tuhblsh cans nlong
tho streets cf the elty, similar to the
San Krnnrlsco system. Ho will also
mnko nn amended teport upon lively
Another impoitant matter will h?
lntioduced Into tho executive se3jon
which tho nfik'cis of the Honid re faro
to give out before consld"!atlon.
SIIi:U, 7:0 TONIOHT.
For K.itinl, per s.inr. Mlkubnia. May
1 Mia. Zahiiskl, W. A. Kinney. V. '.
Swnnzy, 1". llynn, L. W. TlumiMim,
Lady Ileinn, C. L. Wight, Mr. .lo'iu
bl.ii. Mis. Pleison. Geo. Smith, .1. Ouob
fcldcr. Miss A. Danfoul.
For Kniuil, per stmr. W. 0. Mall, May
1 (!. N. Wilcox, G. II. Hobsitson, Mrs.
.1. II. CiimmlngH and '2 ehtldien, Men.
.1. 1). Cuolily. Mis. Lindsay nnd child,
Talbot Wine. Lieut. Untie Elliott, W.
Smith, Many Chaiuinn, C. lllnlie. Con
Chucl: nnd -I t.n deck.
From Pan Kiauclsco, per T. K. K.
Nippon Shun. May 1 Mis. L. M. Ucs
lrr and time eliildren, T. HowUeu, M.
Crnii3, Mm. ('. Dieler, 13. de Lacey, L.
K. Kcnlw. II. Dr. II. V. .M tinny, F. 0.
I'rcscoU, !' ' I'lillmiin, A. Sehierholz.
Mis. T. .1. Siintn and tun and W. C.
tliegg. Tlnmigli T. lluiuda, N. Ho
ztinil, Tins. lni;l!s, Ncsblt, .1. .1. Ilrcn
nrinaii, W. T. Aldrldi, Francis Gtey,
Mis. .1. W. Heard nnd llvo eliildren,
Mis. Ifxhiit M. MeWade, Mrs. W. C. S.
Smith, T. Millsawn, V. Tnuuuni, Mr.
Smith. W. O. Rowe, M. J. Strut ford,
Miss I3mlllo Townsend, John Wcb3ter,
Uobt. M. A! Wnde.
KING In this city. May 1, 1PU0, Rob
ert llrm o King, ileal ly hilutd hus
band of Agnes King, and father of
John and Nelllo King, u mitlvo of
Uhtsgow, Scotland, aged S!H yotu-j nnd
The funeral vvll tuho plae ut St.
Andicw's Cathedral this afternoon,
.iny 2d, at '2 o'clock.
Fi kudu and acd.iinlutniii-e aro re
spectfully requested to attend.
Glasgow papers plcaso copy.
The use ot tho dinger in mMllons oi
homes shows tho unprecedented sue
cess of Uicbo Ideal sewing m Mncs
It is convincing proof that tbi ingci
txcelo in all kinds of family )Vnx
and art needle work. All our 1 lnp
midlines are of tho best construoJQn
ocautlfully decorated, nnd uro mounted
jii slcected woods In finely Qnlshod
cnblucts ot artistic defalgus. D. Dor
er8en. ngent. 1CV4 Dethel street. "
Dissolution of Partnership
The business heretofore enrried In by
II. A. l'armclcc and P. A. i'armcleo un
der the firm name of Holliotir tc Com
pany, has been dissolved by mutual
agreement of tho partners.
All persons having any claim ngilnftt
tno said llolllstcr & Company nic hem
by requested to Immediately present
tho same to the said 11. A. l'armclcc,
and nil persons owing Hie 3nld nrm wo
hereby requested to mako Immedlnio
rayment to tho said II. A. Parmeleo.
Notice Is hereby further given that
the business ot said Hoillutcr & Com
pany nnd this dissolution havo no con
nection with tho llolllstcr Ding Com
pany, Limited, tho said llolllstcr Dm.?
Company, Limited, being nn Indepen
(Signed.) H. A. PARM13LKF3.
(Signed.) P. A. PAltMALER.
Honolulu, April 20, ldOO.
ANNUAL LAWN PARTY.
The Missionary Gleaners will hold their
Annual I awn Party SAT URDAY AFT ER
NOON (May 5th) from 3 until C o'clock
at the residence of Mr. THEO. RICH
ARDS, cor. of Klnau and Kaplolanl sts.
Among the attraction there will be a
Maypole Dance, also Hawaiian curias.
Refreshments, Admls-Ion 25 cents.
Fa cv work shi uld b handed in lo
cither Mr. H. H. Wllllatrs orMrs.Tt
Depot Olllco. Blici'Maii street, ner
Iihiipm tlciico Parle.
Town Olllet', Fort t-treet, opposite
'IKL. NO. ODii.
Delivered twue uany to any part 01
hnna dufiuc Co.
STOCKHOLDERS WILL TAKE NO-tin-
that the eighth atuetirfuicnt Is uuw
due. DcliiiQUt nt April :inth.
V. W. McCIIESNEY.
DAIR. IK'S ASSOCIATION
Catton, Neill & Co., Ltd
Boilermakers : : and : : Electricians.
The - General - Electric - Company
R1SD0N lliOiN WOJiK
ENGINEERS AND GUILDERS.
Tlifth Duty Pumping Machinery,
Heine Hollers, Plain Tubu a' H.uli rs, Cntll Engines. Csnc Cuj.
Vacuum Pans, and all mailumry fur (lie lompletr cqt.lpiticm ol Sugjr .Mills.
Office: Progress lilocU,
PORT AND ULRUTANIA tiTRCLTS,
Fulton Engineering imd
FULTON IKON WORKS,
UNOINFERS AND BUILOhRS OP
High Dut y Puniping Engines.
Corliss Marine and Mill !:njsl"'S. .Marine an,i St.it i. tif v H"l'trs,
Estimates fum shed tor all class-esol m.-iililnerv, and for the equipment of complt'e
ECsLT37- Q-. GrirLaca-,
Repre e tative in tne Hawaiian Islands.
OFFICE: Fort street, hehveen Merchant and Klnc -feels. r
Carr r Complete Line of Hardware. Crockery, Saddlery, &c. Pilau
Oils and White Lead.
GENERAL PLANTATION SUPPLIES.
Agents for Cloriphos & Dick's lialata Hcltlna
This RelthiR Is acknowledged hv several f Mie most e.xiert er.inttrj ox t
Islands to be thr best, most durable, and least r.,ciislve
AlsoARents lor Keliliefer Btos.'GRAY AGATE WARE, of which a 'fell
A Rood 'election ol IRON BEDSTEADS, MATTING, LINOLEUM, UYlt,
MOWERS, GARDEN HOSE AND FITTINGS.
Lime. Cement, Fire CI ly nnd-Fire RrlcVcr.
Painting, Blauksiuitiiiiig, Triiuining.
Phaetons, Uuggics and llacks Mnimfauturcd.
Ik of Loaf,
Sltoe tliln, Stre cold, KxcolleutlforSHandwiches mid Luuehenii. Kor arte ij
Guitar, Mandolin, Zilhor.
s?"During my absence atOmr'u'
r. Ames, of Wall, Nichols Co..
will have charge of my pupils.
a in. 1 E g x -y9
16 Beretanla Street,
- Vlll receive a limited number of pupils.
Orchestra furnished for parties and balls.
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER
Vocnl Studio. "MlRiion," 720 BeretanU
street. Tel. 1114. 1171
E. K. JCAAI,
Teacher of ' u i.tar, Mandolin, Zithor '
Ukulele and Taro Patch.
Orders to bo loft caro of Wall, Nleholtt
Co.,hiidat -lergbtroui Munia Co.' VAbv
HONOLULU. M. B.
212 Klnc Mrnnt, nxt tn trt Arllnn'-i.
75 and 79 King Street
TKLKI'HONE NO. 31.
NOW is the tlmo to get leaks
breakagox neon to. and yor
Roofs Put in Orto:
By oompetnnt wnrl"w. t
For the Plumbing
On that uew Iioubo tlint ytin are
uliout to bnilil or Ibo altoratiocr
you nro inteuding to mnko ol
jour properly. Call and seen
and got nu estimntc.
JAS. NOTT, Jr.
Practical Tinsruith nud Ilnmrxw
Hhop: Borntanla ntroet, 4 doot ert
of l'unchlmwl. I'.'iono 844.
Hour 7 h. 111, to 5 p. m.
Joolung promptly attendixl fa.
KliiRKireot, inn- HniiroRil Iepoi,
Plmiitier nnd Tmanriv
AU work pnmiptN and carttfuilv-
ttiided to, UJC