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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, JULY 14, tooo..
Lines of Iraiel.
Oceanic Steamship Company
Tho Fine Passenger H to amors of This Line Will Arrive at nuc
Leave This Fort e Heroundor.
From San Pranoisco:
For San rnuoiBCO.
July it I ALAMEDA ,
in oonuootlon with tho sailing of the n'bovo steamers, the Agents
re nroDBroa to lssne. to lntonuino nsjisnncftra. nnnnnn throncrh
tioketfl by any railroad from Ban Francisco, tainll points in the
United States, and from New York by an? iteamahip lino to all
For farther particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
Additional, andthi Unit Shipping Nioi. will ba
found on lh tlghth nigi.
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
Pacific Mail Steamshio Go,
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co, & Tojo Klsen Kalsba
!tw. BIaMrt.rlii abova cospaoiM will call at Honolulu and laava tola port oa or aboal rba .
For JapatOand China:
Hit-non Kui July it
l?o da Jintlta . , .JulyaA
Oiptl:. .. .An
Arrilil feint Aug to
Paklne .... Aug il
GltllCi ..... AuglS
tlnnckorc Mini Slot 5
CMf.l Slot. II
Oitir ... . Sept. ai
MlfpiB JVaru .... Spt. tu
For San Francisco:
Coptic July to
Amttlca Mini July if
Gatllc Aug a
Hongkong Mini Aug it
Nippon Maru Sept. f
Coptic Stpt at
rot tiairai intorvjatfon apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents.
aVSiaaatti m aaa Una. runtae la coutctloo with tho CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO,
Mtwotn Vaocouvtr. B. C, and Srdiwy. N. S. W and calling at Victoria, B. C Hoiotul. ld Brlaoaaa
m BUK AT nuniri.ui.iJ on or noou! too aatai otiow itatia ti i
WOM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, B. C. I FROM.. SYDNEY
FM Brltoni! at sjanayi
Mloweta Aug, a
Atringl ... .bept, l
Wartlmot hpt to
ttlowira Oct. if
Aonngl Nov, fi
Watrlano .. .Dec. n
For Victoria and Vancourir (B. C):
I Aoringl Aug
Wirrlmoo Aug. to
Mlowiri Spl, to
Anrangl ... Oct at
Wanlmoo,... Nov, it
Mlowtra Dec. l
aWTkrouth ilckatt lituid Iron Honolulu to Cauda, Ualttd Stitii ill Europ. l-or 1-riigM oi
Yung aad all gtmral InlonaaUoo. apply to
Thco. H. Dav.C8&Co.,Ltd., Gen'lAfients.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Fltst steamer ta be dispatched from New York to Honolulu via San Francisco:
6. 8. "AMERICAN" oner about September 1st to be followed by a steamer
'relght received at Company's wharf, South Brooklyn, at all times by lighters
or In cars. For general Information, apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
and TIIBO. H. DAV1E6 & CO., LTD.,
Wilder Steamshio Co,, Ltd.
THREE TRAINS DAiLY
Fron San Francisco.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
From Portland . . .
Leave San Francisco: 8:co A. M., lo:oo
A. M.,0:ool ,M.
Leave Portland: 9:15 A. M., 0:00 P. M,
Through without Change.
Only 1 HREE DAYS to Chicago.
Onlv FOUR DAYS to New York.
:- Pullman Palace Sleepers Buffet,
Smoking and Library Cars with
Barber Shop and Pleasant Reading
6. 6. Kinau,
r FREEMAN, Maater.
M0I.0KAI. MAUI. HAWAII.
Will sail from Honolulu on
Tuesdays at 12 noon, for Kau
nakakal, Lahalna, Moalaea Bay, Klhel,
Uakeoa, Kawalhao. Mahukona, Lau
saaoehoo and Hllo.
Ueturntng will tall from Hllo on
Fridays at 10 a. m., for nbovo named
orts, arriving In Honolulu on Satur-
Paesengcre and freight will be taken
Cor llakcna, Mabukona, Kawainao. in
to, Hakalau, Honomu, Papalkou and
Passengers and PACKAGES ONLY
will bo taken for Kaunakakal, Lahalna,
Uaalaea Bay, Klhel and Laupahochoe
6. 6. Claudlne.
Will leave Houolulu every Tuesday Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
At 6 p. m. touching at LAnaiua, na
bulul, Nahlku, Hana, Hamoa and Kl
fjaliulu, Maul. Returning, touches at
abavo named porta, arriving In Hono
lulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu. Kaupo, once each
6. 6. Lehuu,
MOLOKAI. MAUI. LANAI.
Balls every Monday for Kaunakakal,
Kamalo, Maunalel, Kalaupapa, Lahal-
laa, Honolua, Olowalu. Returning ar-
rrfves at Honolulu Saturday mornings.
This company reserves the right to
rhinrra in the time of departure
and arrival of Its steamers WITHOUT
(NOTICE, and It will not do reopuustuia
(for any consequences arising there-
Conalgnoes must bo at the landing
. rnntiTn their frelEht. This com-
ntany will not hold Itself responsible
anr rtvliht after It has been landed.
Live stock received only at owner's
This eamnanv will not be responsible
dor money or valuables of passengers
anlesa placed in tno care 01 u pur'
Free Redln ne Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, Genial Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
VESSELS IN PORT.
(This list docs not lnclutlo coasters.)
Agcnor, Am, sp, Colby, Newcastle, May
A. J. Ropes, Am. sp Chapman, San
Francisco, April IS.
Australia, Dr. sp., Jcuss, Newcastle,
Aldcn Hesse, Am. bk. Potter, S.in
I'ranclsco, July C. V. a. Irwin &
Dig Bonanza, Am. bk. Borgnmn, New
castle, June 3.
IlalnbrlilKC, Am. xchr., Ilaumnn, Port
Tounsend, July 11. Allen & Robin
son, Chaa. E. Moody, Am. sp., Anderson,
Tacoma, Juno 8.
C. K. Sargent, Am. sp!, Qammon, Ta
coma, June 10.
Ceylon, Am. bk. Wilier, I.aysin Island,
July 7. II. Hackfeld & Co.
Dlrlgo, Am. sp., Goodwin, Hongkong,
Diamond Head, Am. bk., l'cteroon, San
I'ranclsco, July S. 11. Hackfeld &
Ersklnc M. Phelps, Am. sp., Graham,
Manila, Juno 14.
Eliza, It. sp., Maresca, Newcastle, July
3. Coal to order.
Geo. Curtis, Am. sp., Geo. S. Calhoun,
San Kranclsco, June S.
Geo, C. Perkins, Am. bk. Mans, Eureka,
July 0. Lowers & Ccoko.
II. D. Bcndlxcn, Am. schr. Peterson,
Eurekn, July E. O. U & II. A.
Halcyon, Am. schr., Chas. Mellln, Eu
reka, May 31.
Helcne, Am. schr. Christiansen, San
Francisco. July 11. W. 0. Irwin &
Irmgard, Am. bkt. Smith, Snn Fran
cisco, July 5, P. A. Schacfcr & Cc.
Ivy, Am. sp. Hnlstcad, Newcastle, July
G. Coal to order.
Incn, Am. schr., Rasmusscn, Newcas
tle, June 18.
I. P. Chapman, Am. sp.', Carter, San
Frnncslco, April 28.
James H. Ilrticc, Am. schr., Peterson,
Aberdeen. May 20.
James Rolph, Dodrlch, Newcastle, Juno
Kllkltat, Am. bkt Cutler, Eureka, July
8. Wilder & Co.
Louisiana, Am. bk, Halcrow, Newcas
tle, Juno 22 .
Luzon, Am. schr.., Anderson, Grays
Harbor, July 12. Lewers & Cooke.
Marin E. Smith, Am. tern, Port Town
send, July 2. Lewers & Cooko.
Matina Ala, Haw. bk., Smith, San Fran
cisco. Marlon Chllcott, Am. bk., Wecdin,
Newcastle, Juno 21 To order.
Mohican, Am. bk. Kelly, San Franclci 11,
July 6. Cpstlo & Cooke.
Mary E. Foster, Am. schr... Thompson,
San Francisco, July 11. II. Hackfeld
& Co., Ltd.
Oregon, Am. bk., Parker, from New
castle, Juno 15.
Olympic, Am. bk., Glbbs, San Francis
co, June 18.
Rosamond, Am. schr. Ward, 3an Fran
cisco, July 7. T. H. Davlcs A Co.
Stratbgylc. Dr. S. S., Yokotiamo, Juno
Sebastian Dach, Dr. bk., Nagasaki, Feb
Star of Italy, Haw. sp.. Wester, New
castle, June 1.
Sollde, Ger, bk Schumacnr, from
Hamburg, Juno 25. H. Hackfeld &
Serena Thayer, Am. srhr. McVlcar, Eu
reka, July 9. lowers & Cooke.
St. Kathcrlnc, Am. bk., Saunders, San
Prnnclsco, July 12. C. Brewer & Co.
W, B. Flint, Am. bk., Panoni, New
York, Juno 21.
W. H. nimond, Am. bkt.. Nllson. San
Francisco, July 8. W. G. Irwin & Co.
W. H. .Smith, Am. .schr., Smith, Port
Blakclcy, July 12. O. L. & B. A. .
British Mule Sbips
Are Not Pleasure Boats
New York, June 29. Twenty-threw mules on board.. On the 15th Wo ran
young men from St Louis, who lind
longing to see the world, arrived her' Pratt told of the efforts to sne the
on fhe steamer Prlnz William V. from ship nnd continued-
I'oit Au Prince. Hnytl. with nothing; "When they gnvo us up they hid
left but tho ragged clothes they wuin listed us our to 45 degrees., Nobody 1
nnd an Intense earning to get back could walk on deck except with life pnnfet
to their lintUc city nnd stay there.
They had shipped as cattlemen on tlo
British transport Carlnthn, which left
Now Orleans on .May 11th, with a load
of mules for the British nnny in South
Africa, and went ashore and was
wrecked four days later on Point Gra
"When a lino military looking m:m
caina to St. Louis," said Charles W.
Pratt, one of the returned wanderers
"nnd said he was an ngent of the Brit
ish nnny looking for oung men who
lines nnd the mules were tumbled tloun
In heaps.. Wo bad to sleep out on tliU
Blnntlng deck utter tlng ourselves so
wo could not slip down Into tho scup
pers. Tho mules were dying by
dozens and tho stench was something
awful. Tho sailors refused to work and
1 tho cattlemen had to go among tho
terrified animals and haul out tho dead
ones. In two days wo threw over
board 200 dead mules..
1 "The warship returned on tho 27th,
but her captain refused to take us off,
75 and 79 King Street
TELEPHONE NO 31
NOW is tho 1 1 mo to get lewka Mi
broskagos roen to, and yxxxr
Put in Ode
By competent woittTTW V
For the Plumbing
On that new bouse that yon ait
abont to bnild or tho Alteration
yon are intending tot make oa
yonr proporty. Call and teems
and get an estimate.
JAS. NOTT, Jr.
Fraotioal Tinsmith and Flnmber,
1 Hliop: Uerelanls street, 4 ateors oatat
of Punchbowl. Phono 844,
would llko to take n tine sea oyngo to as ho thought tho horrible stench might Hour 7 a. m. to & p. m.
Capo Town nnd return, nnd get paid
for it to boot, the boys In my section
fairly fell over each other to get the
place. There were 1G5 applications
ahead of me, but 1 was picked out with
sixty-four others who were chosen,
Tho military man pictured tho trip as a
sort of excursion. All wo would have
to do, he said, would be to feed a few
mules twlco a day on the way over.. He
wpuld pay us $15 for the trip, and then
ho told of the beautiful sea voyngc with
sea birds allying nnd porpoises ajump
Ing and all that sort of thing.
"We went to New Orleans nnd ship
ped on board the Carlntha, where wo
found a contract which said nothing
about a return trip.. The captain hint
ed, however, 'that that would be nit
right.' He would see to it that we got
back. On May lltli, the Carlntha,
Captain Campbell, sailed with 1450
hnve bred yellow fever germs.. We
finally got natives to eomo nut in boats
and we begun throwing tho live stock
overboard, which they would guide to
the shore. Wc Mulshed the Job on
the 29th, nfter having lost 500 mutes by
drowning., Wc cnttlemcn wero then
sent ashore, hut our filthy condition '
from handling dead mules made the
authorities herd us out In nn open
space surrounded by soldiers for u
time, ns It was thought we must sure-
ly breed yellow fever.. On tho 31st i
the slxty-llvc of us wero put Into threu
small sloops nnd sent to An Cajes-
Then wo were herded In n vacant house ,
nnd slept on the Imro floor, which was
covered with vermin," I
Tho men complain that the BrltUh
nnd American Consuls neglected them,
but finally tho latter got them steerage
passngo to the, United States .
Jobbing promptly attended to.
W.H.Baith h w.Bm.
Honolulu Sheet Metal Works,
Galvanized Iron Skylights and VsotlUtors,
Conductor Pipe and Guttsr Work.
Rlcblf la SttMt, tat. Cum ud Morckrat tlniNSs
SVJobblBg promptly attaoiad t.a
Tel". White 41. P. O. Box 870.
King street, ne. Railroad Darpot,
Plumber and Tinsmith
All work prompt) nd oauvfaXly
Nj m fa m M Pa r-a fa r f-a ft fa ici r Pu ra ra Pa r Pa P- Pa pa p-a pa P
THE FAMILY FRIEND.
iixth Cavalry Will
Be Worthy Representatives
LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
R. & L. Go.
From and After January 1, 1819.
Pearl City.... Sol
tValanaa .' ....
1 1 140
Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. Thca fall
ing to do to will be subject to an ad
amtnn&l charge of twenty-five per cent.
The company will not bo llablo for
loss of, nor Injury to, nor delay In de
livery of baggngo or personal effects of
passengers, or freight of shippers, be
:yond tho amount of $100, unless tho
-value of tho same bo declared when io
celved by tho Company, nnd nn extra
charge l made therefor.
All employes of the company are for
"bidden to receive freight without de
livering a shipment receipt therefor In
the form prescribed by the Company,
uind which may be seen by shippers
upon application to the pursers of ths
Shippers are notified that If freight
Is shipped without such receplt It will
be solely at the risk of tho shipper.
C. L. WIGHT. President
S. B. ROSE, Secretary.
CAPT. T. K. CLARKE. Port Bupt
ill City ....
F. C. Smith, Gen
a P. T)wini. Rnporlntondent
Pass,, tfc Ticket
Subscribers to tbe BUL
LETIN not receiving the" Pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor bv notifying tber Urn
Under tho United States law on and
after June 14th, 1900, all shipping re
ceipts must bear a 1-cent Documentary
War Tax Stamp on tho original, dupli
cate and triplicate.
Shippers are requested to affix the
stamps according to law as freight
cannot bo received otherwise.
Bhipplng receipts must contain a
statement ct the contents of packages.
INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAVIGA
TION CO., Ltd.
Jas. L. McLean, Vlco President.
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
C. L. Wight, President
STEAMER J. A. CUMMINS.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
Beginning with Monday, Juno 18, nnd
every Monday thereafter, the nbovo
Steamer will leave Honolulu at 10 a. m.
calling at Wnlmanalo, Hclla, Kamoke,
Knnlnca, Wnlaholo (and I'unalou,
. W, G. IRWIN & CO,. LTD.,
' ' Agents.
Mary Wlnklcmnn, Am. bkt.
Kllmory. Br. sp Liverpool
Helen Brewer, Hnw. sp New York
Challenger, Am. sp New Vork
Henry Falling, Am. sp New Ynilc
A. J, inner, Am. sp .-Nagasnai
Hayden Brown, Am. bk Newcastle
John C. Potter, Am. sp Newcastle
General Falrchlld, Am. bk. ..Newcastle
Euterpe. Haw. sp Newcastle
Star of Russia, Haw. sp Newcastle
Wachusett, Am, sp Ncwcnstle
Dcchmunt, Mr, si Newcastle
City of Hnnknw, Br. sp. ... Newcistlo
Emlpde, Am. bk Newcastle
Remihllc. Ilr bk f'jwcastlc
Sea King, Am. bk Newcastle
Perseverance, Br, sp Newcastle
Abby Palmer, Am. bk Newcastle
King Cyrus, Am. schr Newcastle
J. II. Brown, Am. sp Nowcastli
Yosemlte, Am. sp Newcastle
Woollohara, Br. sp Nnwcastlo
William Bowden, Am. schr. Newcastle
W. II, Talbot, Am. schr. ....Nowcaitlo
Columbia, Am. schr. Newcastle
Ilenlcla, Am. bkt Newcastle
Prince Albert, Nor. bp Neweutle
Prince Victor, Nor. sp Nevci.Ulo
Clan Macphcrson, Br. sp Newcastle
AncenlB, Ilr, sp Ncwrnstle
Fantasl, Nor. bk. ., Newcastle
Invincible, Am. sp Newcastle
Stjorn, Nor. bk N-wtnstl,i
Wrestler, Am. bkt Newcastle
Drumburton. Br. sp Newcastle
Fresno, Am. bk Newcastle
Alex. McNeil, Am. bk Notvcastle
Golden Shore. Am, sp Newcastle
Dominion. Ilr. bk .Newcastle
Jnmcs Nesmlth, Am, sp Nswcnstle
Marlon Mghtbody, Ilr. sp. Nowcsrtle,
Quickstep, Am. bk Tacoma
Philadelphia, Or. sp Hamburg
Carnedd Llowellyn, Br. sp. ..Hnmuiirn
Ventura, Ilr. sp Antweip
Yola, Br. si London
Hnlelwa, or tho "Beautiful House,"
tho new Walalua hotel, caunot bo sur
passed as a quiet resting place and Is
a beautiful spot that should not bo
missed by tourists on any considera
San I'ranclsco, June 30. If tho Sixth
Cnvnlry goes to China they will bo
plated In Juxtaposition to and In com
parison with the armies of the Euro
pean powers, but no fear Is flit tint
they will not be able to stand the fat,
tho United States troops, In rapidity,
case of movement and readiness for
nny emergency, either on the lli.e of
march or In the field, being superior
to many of the European troops, who
hno not had so much eApcrlctr.o In
new and untried countries and over
vast stretches of land. It goct without
saying that tno authorities neio nre
sparing no pains to equip the Sixth
thoroughly so that there cannot bo li
even tho slightest detail n Maw tor
criticism.. The troopen nre all l-rge,
stalwart fellows, whose appeal nncj Is
sure to do credit to their nation.. They
are In perfect health, and taper for
whatever hard service may be before,
them, but, as one of their 0 Ulcers suid
today, not In any measure excited, ex
citement being an unnillltar nnd en
disciplined frame of mind.
Tho two squadrons of the Sixth, 800
men nntl twenty officers, under com
mand of Lieutenant Colore) Thcodoic
J. Wlnt, will leavo the t'lisidto iiefcro
8 o'clock tomorrow morning nntl mn-ch
to their transport In IlgV. ninrchim; or
der. Their baggage was placed on
The time of embarking may ho a lit
tle later, because of the wait for Gen
eral Chaffee.. Ho will not bo In until
5 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, nntl mny
desire to complete some plans hero,
nnd thus keep the Grant fiom sailing
until Slondny morning.
Lieutenant Wallace II. Scales, Sixth
Cavalry, who has been rv'ng with
Troop O In Sequoia I'urk, on his own
application lias been assigned to the ac
tive squadrons. Lieutenant Scales Is u
huge man nnd 11 noted football rlycr.
Theso attributes. Combined with his
thirst for war, should make au ex
cellent soldier of him.
No remedy has as good a right to
that tltlo as Klckapoo Indian Oil. It
is good for internal and external uso;
It Is pain's most powerful panacea. No
0110 can say "I won t" have neuralgia,
rheumatism, caracho or any other
ncuto pain, but everyono who has a
bottlo of Klckapoo Indian Oil In the
Iioubo enn say with confidence "I
won't" havo neuralgia or any other,
pain long. Tho power of this oil over 1
pain Is marvelous. Toothache ear
ache, headacho, neuralgia and rheuma
tic pains, dysentery, dlrrahoca, cholera
morbus, co'le, cramps, and all acuta
pains yield Instantly to It You aro al
ways proof against pain wlth.n bottle
In tho houso. Hobron Drug Co.,
agents for Klckapoo Indian Remedies.
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superintending;
Klrtrtro-ilydraullc Power Tnktumlsmlon
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . .
With Cattou-Nell Co., Queen street.
Ofllce next to Pot .Ctlce. I22S
J A MES T. TAYLOR,
M. As. Soc C. B.
806 Judd Block. 11. Ml.
Honolulu Iron Works Co
Improved and modern SUOAR MA
CHINERY of .every capacity and de
scription mado to ordei. Boiler work
nnd RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
Honolulu - Tobacco - Co.,
Cos. Fort and Miochant Stnrrrs,
HAS RECEIVED PER "AUSTRALIA" FROM
TM World Renowned Brind ol Clgin
T n 1 lisctxx :-
This elegant CIGAR can be purchased for FIVE CENTS only.
TRY THEM. NONE BETTER.
ARE YOU DEAF??
Kferr kln4 nt 4fnr)t. and dlfflrult br
Injr ran bf rurrtt Iiy our new InTentloni not?
.bote bs.Tlfttf ben born t1ca( ro Incurable. IoUa
In iliprnrreaitaitt unrr, hnri pinion Ian a boot
your cftft. Ctmiultntlon nnd adrlca fr, Bfcrr
fno ran curs binuelf at bis uwn borne at Ytrf
little etpeme. i
DIR. DALTON'S AUttAL CLINIC, I
CM Laaalle Avenue, CHICAGO, U.L., U. H. JL
Catton, Neill & Co., Ltd.
Boilermakers : : and : : Blectrlclanc
The - General - Electric - Company
"s7 "w Trieia-E-xa:
Fainting, Blacksinithing, Trimming.
Phaetons, Buggies and Hacks Manufactured.
HIOII-OL. ,4SS WORK.
City Furniture Store
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager.
Pull lira. of ::
Reed and Rattan Chairs,
Rockers, Divans, Couches,
LARGE VARIETY OF BEDROOM SETS
Parlor Rockers, Baby Carriages, etc.
Office, 534 536 Fort St., Love Building.
TELEPHONE 840. NIGHT BELL ON DOOR.
Residence 777 Fort St., near Vineyard St. Telephone and Night Call. 849.
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