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THE EYENINQ BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, MAY 10, J000.
Linos of Travel.
Wilder taliio Co,, Lid.
6. S. Klnau,
MOLOKAI, MAUI, HAWAII.
Change In Sailing of
On and after Tuesday, Nov. ti, the
teamcr KINAU will sail Hum Hono
lulu on Tuesdays at 12 noon, (or Kau
nakakal, Labalna, Mnalaca Day, Klhel.
Makena, Kawalhao, Mahukona, Lau
janoehoo and Hllo.
Returning will salt from IIIlo on
Fridays ot 2 p. m.. for above named
ports, arriving In Honolulu on Satur
days. Passengers and freight will bo taken
for Makena, Mahukona, Kawalhao. Hl
lo, Hakalau, Honomu, 1'apalkou and
Passcncers and 1'ACKAOKS ONLY
frill be taken for Kaunakakal. Lnhulnu.
Maalaca Day, Kihei nnd Laupatiochoc
S. S. Cluudlne.
Will lcavo Honolulu ovory Tuesday
at 6 p. m. touching at Lahalna, Ka
hulul, Nahlku, liana, Hamoa uud Kl
pahulu, Maul, Returning, touchco at
above named ports, arriving In Hono
lulu Sunday mornings.
Will call nt Nuu. Knupo, onca each
S. S. Lehua,
MOLOKAI, MAUI, LANA1.
Balls every Monday lor Kuuuukakat,
Kamalo, Maunalel. Kalaupapa. Labai
na, Honolua, Olowalu. lteturntnis ar
rives at Honolulu Saturday mornings.
This company reserves tho right tu
make changes In the time of departure
and arrival of its steamers WITHOU'l
NOTICE, and it will not bo rcspuuslblt
for any consequences arising thonj-
Consignees must bo at the landing
to receive their freight. This com
pany will not bold iiNulf ri'siMiiiHitjIt
for freight after it baa been lauded.
Live stock received only nt owner's
This company will not be responsible
for money or valuables of iuhbciikmi.
unless placed In tho taro ot tho pur
Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. TbuHe tail
tng to do so will be miujcct to an ad
iltlonal charge ot twunty-bvo pur rem
Tho company will nut be liable tor
Ion of, nor injury tu, nor delay In,
the delivery ot baggage or personal
Sects ot the passenger beyond tbt
amount ot SIOO.OU. unless tho value oi
the same be declared, at or ofore tht
Issue of the ticket, and freight paid
All employes of the company are for
bidden to receive freight without de
Uverlng a shipment rctlpt therefor It
the form prescribed by the Company
and which may be seen by shlppnrr
upon application to tho pursers of thi
Shippers are notified that If freight
Is shipped without such roceplt It will
be solely at the risk ot the shipper.
C. L. WIGHT. President
8. B. ROSE. Secretary.
CAPT. T. K. CLARKE. Port Supt
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WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
Lines of Travel.
"The Overland Route"
Is Thirteen Hours Quicker Than Yia
Any Other Rome.
The Overland Limit ed,0.
Runs Everyday In the 'Year Buffet,
Smoking anJ Library Cars wi'h
B rber blmp and Pleasant Readlig
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Drawing Room Palace Sleepers etc.
No Change o? Cars.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, Genral Agent,
i Montgomery St., San Francisco.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
35 Third stieet, Portland, Oregon.
E. L. LOMAX, G."p7& T. A.,
1 172 Omaha. Nebraska.
0. R. & L. Co.
From and After JunuHrr I, IS)9.
Outwttd) . Sun. -ally
w .tanaa ,, ,,. 7:10
B .Mill J so 7 4!
P HlLlty t S So,
II Diulu 6.$o 8:1a
F. C. (smith, Quu'l Puw,. A Ticket
O P. IIPNtanN. Hnerl.it,ilo. ,
.nd other Kings, Watches, Brace
lets, pins, and an extensive variety
f J velrv.
i X.JLa v- . 1 -4-V.a l J. .
I Manufacturing Jeweller,
MAUNALEI SUGAR CO., LI P.
NOTICE IS HEKEDY 01VEN THAT
tho fifth assessment ot flvo (5 per cent
(5 per share) levied on tho assessable
stock of tho Maunalel Sugar Co., Ltd.,
Is due on May 1st, 1900, and payable at
'he ofTtco ot Gear, Ianslng & Co., Judd
building. A. V. GEAR.
Trcas. Mninmlcl Sugar Co., Ltd.
The Greatest Reference Library in the English Language.
Standard EncyclopaiJia for over a century. The highest
- - - A Limited
Number J .
of s -ts will te sold at the spedal prices and terms
Cloth, i 10.00 down and $5 per month thereafter
Hill Morocco, S 1 5.00 down and f 7 50 p-r month thereat ler
Sheep, f?-.oodown and gio.oo per month thereaftei
nt rep" fHt a library
ll twn tuil-pace rn-
AUCIIINCUY FOlI HAWAII.
Tncomn, April 29. Tho Illocmfontcln
wan nt tho Ocean dock yesterday nfter
nnnn taking on freight. Hundreds of
tons of machinery for uso on the su
gar plantations wcic put on board, and
on account of the weight and size of
tho pieces the work of loading was
necessarily Blow. Tho hoisting appa
ratus on the Ktcnmcr Is first clns4,
otherwise the benvy wclghtu could not
bo handled at nil, an several of tho
pieces weigh closo to twenty tons each.
Tho adoption of tho proposed law ,
governing trade with tho Hawaiian Isl- i
amis would shut stcamcrx ltlco tin
Illoemfontcln out entirely. She flics the
British flag and could not bo trans
ferred to the American Hag without n '
special permit. If tho law goes Into
effect Hawaii will come under tho sanv I
category aa tho domestic portu, and
only American ships can work In th'i ,
trade. Whllo tbcro nro not many for-
cign snii s now running between tn?
Sound and tho Islands, with tho present
Hcarclty of tonnago there would not Jio
American shl8 enough to handle tin
trade, nnd commerce between tho tw.i
points would bo seriously crlpptni fii
n time nt least.
Kitrikn, Am, schr. 232 tons (at Grays
Harbor) -lumber thenco to Knhulwl,
by Clins. Nelson.
Hmlly Heed, Am. up. HGiJ tons (nt
Tncomn) coal thence to Knhulul, by
Alexander & llahlwln.
Jisslc Minor, Am. suhr. 219 tons (nt
Hurckn) icdwood thence to Honolulu,
by J. It. Hanlfy & Co.
Katl'J Kllcklngur, Am. bUt. 425 tons,
(nt Tncomn) lumber thenro to Hono
lulu, by Clins. Nelson.
Qutrt;ntcp, Am. blstn. .179 tons (at
Tncoma) lumber thenco to Honolulu,
by Clins. Nelson.
V. P. Wltrcmann, Am. Hu..r. 407 tons
lumber from drays Harbor to Hono
lulu, by Wilson Ilros. & Co.
Another Klondike Rin'i
Senttle, May 2. Two hundred Klou
iliKo miners arc stampeding up Wlilto
river, Ahiska, to the scene of the lat
est gold dlscovriy. The find wns'mndi
lust winter on a nnmclcss trlhutniy ot
tho river named which empties Into
tho Yukon twelve miles above the
mouth of Stewart liver.
According to reports uvclvod icccn
ly, tho diggings yield from JIO to Sin
per day to the man, but little Is l.nowu
as to their extent. On discovery claim
bed rork was reached nt a depth of
twelve feet, with n pay btieak two fe-t
tlilok and of unknown width. Tho goM
Ik coarse and p.iti'j give from ten to
Ciillfornl'i Beet Suni1.
I'ctaluma, April 2S. Luther Bur
bink, the noted Soiiomu eounty hoitl
rultiirlst, Is Just now directing his rr
forts In tho experimental lino to lh"
production of a better sugar cano. A
few days ago ho received a consign
ment of seeds of the varieties of blue
and yellow sugar cano Horn Con tin!
Amcilcn, which will be planted on his
farm, and the advantages of tho dif
ferent grades combined to produce one
Mr. llrubnuk Is iiImj experimenting
with Hawaiian sugar cane and with
Hand eoffro with good results. Ho has
a largo plot planted In each.
WoIch Horse VVun.
London, May 2. Tho 2,000 Oulneas
stako run at Newmarket today was
won by tho 1'rlnco of Wales' Diamond
nicely furnished rooms at the Pop
ular House, 154 Fort street, froin $1.00
per week up.
PRICE 5 Hl Morocco.... 75.00
I Sheep OO.UO
Book rack and guide, ' jljt'Ujp
LAND DEALS BY Mil. BISHOP. I
Sun Francisco, Apill 20. Charles H j
Illshop, tho Hiiwnllan sugar planter
nnd San Finnrlsco banker, In the ren '
tinl llguro In two Important local real-'
ty transactions. In one or tiicm lie is
the seller and In the other ho Is the
prospective bujer The piopcrtles In
volved are- nearly contiguous, That en
tho northwest roincr cf Tuik nnd Tay
lor streets bns been sold by Illshop for
$105,000. Ho bought It mst spring from
the MacDonoughs for $145,000, and h is
thereby mado a neat turn on his In
vestment, Isidore I.owenbei'g, tho
wholesale dealer In furnishing goods,
Is the purchaser. Tho property fronts
81.2 on Turk street nnd 112.0 on Taylor,
nnd Is cocifd by a fair rlnss of build
ings. Banker Bishop's prospective pur
chase is the llfty-vnrii lot on the south
west corner of IMdy nnd Taylor
streets, Bcpcrntid by only twenty-live
feet from tho corner which ho had Jiut
sold. It belongs to Mrs. I'mlllo .
Chavnnnc, nnd the offer of nbout $1S0.
000 made for the lcnlly will have to In
approved by tho bupcilor Court of No
varta eounty befoii title can pass to
Illshop, Tho lniprowmcnts on tho lot
consist of old biill'Mngs, wlilrh hnv
A'ulin About One.
Tho schooner Aloha Is nbout dii
from Pan Francisco. She sailed from
that port April 20 and has thereto: a
bem two weeks on the tilp. Anions
the piluclpal shipments nic tho follow
ing: r.711 bbls Hour, S7I0 lbs tobacco,
15 cs cups, 1 1 C3 cigarettes, 400 sks mid
dlings, D2 pkgs groeeilcs nnd piovl
slons. 049 cs powder, 03,290 lbs rolled
bat ley, 47" ctls barley, 3 "ctls wheat,
210 lbs hops, 30 cs fuse, 1250 lbs lard.
1700 bales liny. 200.SOOO lbs lice, 100
pkgs beer, S310 lbs cracked coin, 87 ctls
coin, 10 cs meal, 157 pkgs paints nnd
oils, 93 bills paper. 1190 Bks bran, 100
cs II bbls nnd 15 hf-bbls salmon, 375
lbs butter, 378 ctls oats, 130,000 brielw
1 loll leather, 12 pkgs Agricultural
Implements, 1200 Ihi chocolate, 230')
lbs diled peas, 32C0 lbs glucose, 40 cs
hardwaie, 13 pkgs mlllwoik, !)1 pkgi
machinery, 102 cs canned goodj, 14,
1S8 lbs beans, S91S Ib3 bread.
Ainci'lcnn I.OKNctt In the Writ.
Washington, A pi II 30. In compari
son with tho rasiialtlrs suffered ftv tin
HrltlBh troopu In South Africa, those
sustained by tho Ameilean forces In
the Philippines s-em vciy small. A
statement Just compiled by the Wn
Dcpnttmcut shows that from July 1.
1VJ8, wlu-n American tionps rencli'vl
Aianllsi, until Apill 27. 1909. tliei'
deaths bnc occtincd: Killed and died
of wounds, 13 oHlceis, 525 men; died of
disease. 20 olllrors, 1035 men; total, 09
olllccrs, 2U.7 met!; grand total, 2250.
Several thousand men huvo been
wounded, but only a small percentage
hao died of wounds, nnd most of them
hao returned to duty.
The War Department has Just ibsiu'd
a complete Inblo of tho casualties In
tho Fifth Aimy Corps In tho operation
agnliisl Santhigo. from Juno 22 until
July 17, 1S9S. Tho losses aro given:
Killed, 21 olllccrs, 22 enlisted men
wounded, 101 oillceis, 13H enlisted
men; total, 1088 olllccrs nnd enlisted
Cfi'. - Contribution.
Now York. May 2. Andrew Carne
gie, who refused to contrlbuto to the
Dewey arch fund, has given $1,000 to
tho fund for tho widow of Sergeant
Douglas, who was killed at Croton
Dam dining the recent strike. In send
ing tho check Mr. Carnegie wrote:
"Sergeant Douglas fought not for
foielgn coii(iicst but for peace nnd or
der at home."
In the Encyclopaedia Brlt.innlc.i K i book of .160
pases. It outlines slMysIx di.stinct cnil'ses of
rcidlnc and enhances llie value of the Hrltaimlca
If you are Interested In tills preat offer
send us your lunie and nldress on
Postjl curd and our representative will
c ill on you with simples and full In
Sole Agents for the
Hawaiian Islands. .
Catton, Neill & Co., Ltd.
E3 nsr o-1 nsr 3 ej :ess
Boilermakers : : and : : Electricians.
i Agents for.
The - General - Electric - Company
R1SD0N IROiV WOBKS,
ENGINEERS AND SU1LDERS.
lii&h Duty Pumping Machinery,
Heine Hollers, I'ljln Tubu'ar Boilers. Corliss Engines. Can Cart
Vacuum Pans, and all machinery fur the iuni Icte equipment of Sugar Mills.
Office: Progress Block,
PORT AND BURETAMA STREETS, - - HONOLULU, It. H.
aw a . . .,. ! -n.n'i mi ... ii am
Fulton Engineering nnd Shipbuilding Works
SUCCESSORS TO -
FULTON IKON WOBKS,
ENGINEERS AND BUILDERS OF
High Duty Pumping Engines.
Corliss Marine and Mill Endues, Marine anp Stationery Boilers.
Estimates fum shed lor all clasps ol niaililnerv, and for the equipment of complrt
Repre'Cut.itive In the Hawaiian Islands.
OFFICE : Fort street, between Merchant and Klnc streets. r"
Merchants and Commission Agents- '
Carr i Complete Line of Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, &c. Paint
Oils and White Lead.
GEHERAL PLAKTATION SUPPLIES.
Agents for Cloriphos G-Dick's Balata Belting,
' This Belting acknowledged by seral e' he most expert enjlntsrs om I
lbnds to be the test, most durable, an least ev.eiis!ve.
Also Agents lor Keknefer Bros.' CRAY AGATE WARE, of which a Ml
A giod sele Hon of IRON BEDSTEADS. MATTING, LINOLEUM, LAfflfc
V.OWbRS, GARDEN HOSE AND FITTINGS.
Lime, Cement, Fire Clay and Fire Brickw.
9feH S-Pia'ItM atK5S?jTGT'Ja;i -
Paiiiting, Blaoksniitliiiig, Trimming.
rliaetoiip, 15uLfies and
i TIlTT.nr.lfiS "WaTk T.T" .
. M. . JkA-A .
For Sandwiches and Luncheon.
jllco thin Horve'cold. KxcollentlforSau J Ichen nnd Lunoheon. For wis by
f ..Uwhnnn tin. 212 Klne otrnnt, nnxt to thn AlUnnSn.
Guitar, Miuidolin, Zithor.
liirDuring my absence atOmr1"
Wr. Ames, of Wall, Nichols Co.,
will hae charge of my pupils,
16 Beretanla Street,
- Will relve a.llmlted number of pupils.
Orchestra furnished for parties and balls.
ANNI8 MONTAOUB TUJlNEtt
Vocal Studio, "Mlgnon," 720 BeretanU
street Tel. 1114. 1171
E. K. KAAI,
Teacher of ' aitar, Mandolin, Zither
Ukulele and Taro Patch,
Ordem Ui be loft care (f Wall, Nlobola
Oo.,nd at Sergatrora Muaio Oo.'.j 1UW
,aav, T V .w
75 and 79 King. Street
TKLKl'HONE NO. 31
NOW is the tlmo to get leaks M
broRkaKOs neon to, and yaar
Roofs Put in Order
Hv oompntont wnW-..l
For the Pluniblnfi?
On that now houeo that yon on
ibout to build or llio altoratiom
yon Kro intending to k. ,in
your properly. Call and boo mt
ami get an oatiranto.
JAS. NOTT, Jr.
Prantical TiiiPtnith aud Plumber.
Khop: IlorotanU Rtreet, i doorawaat
of Punchbowl, l"ii)iin H14.
llnur 7 a. in. to 5 p. ni.
Jobbing promptly attondod to.
King street, nt. Railroad Depot,
TMumbor - suiii Tniem'tliJ
All work prouipUv and oanfuir
attended to. 1HT