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THE EVENING BULLETIN; HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY. AUGUST tG, 1900.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The Fine Passenger Steamers of This Line Will Arrive at anc
tieare This Fort as Hereunder.
From San Franolsco: For San Jn-auisoo.
AUSTRALIA An r I MARIPOSA Aug it
AUSTRALIA , S.pt. 4
In connection with the tailing of the above ateamera, the Agents
are prepared to issno, to intending passengers, eonpon throne!)
tiokets by any railroad from Ban Francisco, to all points in tno
United States, and from New York by any steamship line to all
For further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
General Agents Oceanic S. 3. Co.1' 1 1 1
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Stetmsbip Co. Tojo Risen Kalsna
Staaa.t. ol tba ..or. coapaaia. will cttl t Hoaolul. ul lar. vtbl. port en or ...nl &. ......
.. data, blownastloedi.... a '
For Japan and China:
Hongkong Mini Sept $
Cnlna 1 Sept l
Doric Srpl. ti
Nippon Marti Stpl. 9
Fcr tan.ral Inrorraalon apply 10
H. Hackfeld &
JWSUiBtri of tb abovt lint, maniac la coobkIIoq with tnt CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
HtVMn Vioceuvtr, B C. n & Sj-dtny, N. S. W and calling it Victoria. D. C, Honolulu aa4 Brlibant
m 0VK AT HONOLIXII on or about tha dttubtfow ttUl vln
tROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, B C,
Fat Rrliar.s) And Svdntvt
i Aounci ... sepi. i
warn moo ...... sept 19
viiowr ..... Oct. r
Aoiangl Nov 14
Warrlmoo , .Dec ta
ftsTTbrouf b tlcktti tnuii from Honolulu lo Canada, Unhid StiUi tod Europa. For Frtlffat aod
atuc and all central Information, apply to
Theo. H.Davlc8&Co..Ltd., Gen! Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK, SAN FRANCISCO AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
S. S "AMERICAN" will leave New York direct for Honolulu on or about
Septembe- 15th. due hereabout November soth, to be followed byS. S. "HAWAIIAN"
about two months later
Freight received at Company's new wharf, 42J Street, South Brooklyn, at all
times by lighters r In cars. For general Information, apply to
H. HACkFELD & CO., LTD.,
Wilier Steaisliio Co,, Ltd,
6. 6. Klnau,
MOLOKAI, MAUI, HAWAII.
Will sail from Honolulu on
Tucsdajs at 12 noon, for Kau
oakakal, Lahalna, Maalaca Day, Kthel,
Itakena, Kawalbac, Mubukona, Lau
yanoehoe and Hilo.
Returning will sail from IIIlo on
Frlda)s at 10 a. m., for aboo named
ports, arriving In Honolulu on Satur
days. Passengers and freight will bo taken
(or Makena, Mahukona, Kawalhao, Hi
lo, Hakalau, Honomu, Papal kou and
Passengers and PACKAGES ONLY
will be taken for Kaunakakal, Lnbalna,
Maalacs, Day, Klbet and Laupaboehoe
S. S. Claudlne.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at 6 p. m. touching at Lahalna, Ka
aulul, Nahlku, liana, Hamoa and Kl
sahulu, Maul. Returning, touches at
above named ports, arriving In Hono
lulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu. Kaupo, once each
S. S. Lehua,
MOLOKAI, MAUI, LANAI.
Balls every Monday for Kaunakakal,
Kamalo, Maunalol, Kalaupapa, Lahal
a, Honolua, Olowalu. Returning ar
rives at Honolulu Saturday mornings.
This company reserves the right to
make changes in tno time of departure
and arrival of its steamers WITHOUT
NOTICE, and it will not be responsible
for any consequences arising there
from. Consignees must be at the landing
to receive their freight This com
pany will not hold itself responsible
tor freight after it has been landed.
Llvo stock received only at owner's
This company will not be responsible
(or money or valuables of passengers
anless placed In the care of the pur
ser. Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets before' MnbarklBg. Those fall
ing to do so will be subject to an ad
lltlonal charge of twenty-five per cent
The company will not bo liable for
loss of, nor Injury to, nor delay In de
livery of bnggago or personal effects of
passengers, or frlght of shippers, bo
yon (I the amount uf 1100, unions the
value of the same bo declared when io
cleil by (ho Company, and an extra
churge be 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,
and which may be seen by shippers
upon application to the pursers of the
Shippers are notified that If freight
Is shipped without such recenlt It will
be solely nt lbs risk nf the snipper.
0, L. WinilT, President.
H, II. 1IOH15. Hecretary. ,
OAI'T T If. ULAHKK. Port Hupt,
Siil'sniturs to tlv WJL
UiTIN nol nwtvins Hisir ),?
ptrs pnmipllf will tanfa
iitvir ly iioltfvfnt! v 'lliisi
ih'srCtfc, Tt'h'plitw ijri,
For San Franclito:
Nippon Maru sepi 7
Rlod.Jan.lro..... J.....Y. Sfpr.ts
Coptic 1 .... Sept a.
Co., Ltd., Agents.
SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria and Vancouvtr (B.C.):
Warrlmoo.. .... Auk. ?
Mlowera ...Sept. 6
Aoranel ... . . Oct t
Wanlmoo Nov. 11
M lower a Dec. 19
THREE TRAINS DAiLY
From San Francisco.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
From Portland . . .
Leave San Francisco: 8.00 A. M., 10:00
A.M., 6:00 1 A.
Leave Portland: 9:1s A. M., 9:00 P. M.
Through w Ithout Change.
Only I HREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
: Pullman Palace Sleepers Buffet,
Smoking and Library Cars with
Btrber Shop and Pleasant Reading
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
US Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, Genral Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Co.
From and After January 1, 1840.
STATIONS. D.llr Dally
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AM. AM. All PM P.M.
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F. C. Smith, Qen'l Pass, 4 Ticket
O, P. DuNinoN, Superintendent.
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Last quarter of the Moon on the l'tli
at 1:1G a. m. .
MOyEMESTS OF STEAMERS.
Steamers due and sailing for the re
mainder of this and the wholo ot next
month ara as follows:
Steamers From Duo
City of Peking S. F Aug. 18
Gaelic S. F. Aug. ZS
Australia S. F. Aug. 29
Steamers For Due
Mariposa S. F. Aug. 17
China S. F. Aug. 21
Doric S. F. Aug. 28
Warrlmoo Victoria Aug. 29
VESSELS IN PORT.
ARMY AND NAVY.
U. S. S. Iroquois, Pond, Midway Island,
(This list ilocs not Include coasters.)
Albert, Am. bk., (Jrlffltlia, San Fran
cisco, Aug. 10. It. Hnckfeld &.Co.
Aloha, Am. schr., Frjc, Han Francisco
Aug. 11. II. Hackfeld & Co.
Amelia, Am. bkt.. Wilier, Port IJlnk.'
ley, Aug. 14. Allen & Robinson.
Andrew Welch, Am. bk Drew, San
Francisco, Aug. 11, C. llrewer &
Dig Ilonanza, Am. bk. Dcrgman, New
castle, June 3.
Clty of HanKow, Dr. sp Thompson.
Newcastle, July 27. W. G. Irwin it
Co. Diinreggan, Dr. bk., Dixon, London
Aug. 9. Haw, Fert. Co.
Dechmont, Rr. sp., Alston, Ncwcnstl",
Aug. 10. Coal to order.
Empire, Am. bk,, Knackc, Newcastle,
Emily I Whitney, Am. sp., Pendleton,
San Francisco, Aug. 7. W. O. Irwin &
Geo. Curtis, Am. sp., Geo. S. Calhoun,
San Francisco, Juno 5.
Gen. Falrchlld, Am. bk Goe, Newcas
tle, Aug. 4. Coal to order.
Halcyon, Am. schr., Chaa. Mcllln, Eu
reka, May 31.
Helene, Am, schr. Christiansen, San
Francisco, July 11. W. G. Irwin &
Halcwood, Dr. bk., Jackson, Newcastle.
Castle & Cooke.
Holllsnood, Am. bk., Knight, New
castle, Aug. 4. Coal to order.
Henry Wilson, Am. schr., Johnsin,
Gras Harbor, Aug. IS. Lowers &
James II. Druce, Am.Schr., Peterson,
Aberdeen, May 20.'
J, D. Drown. Am. sp., Knight, New
castle, Aug. 14. Coal to order.
Kllmory, Rr. sp., Corrnnce, Liverpool.
Aug. 7. II. Hackfeld & Co.. Ltd.
Mohican, Am. bk. Kelly, San Franclm o,
July C. Castlo & Cooke.
Mawecma, Amll schr., Smith, What
com, Aug. 1. Lewcrs & Cooke.
Newsboy, Am. bkt., Mollestad, Port
Townscnd, July 25.
Philadelphia, Ger. sp Wuchtcr, Gles-
termunde, Germany, Aug 4. H.
Hackfeld & Co., td.
Republic, Dr. sp., Davles, Newcastle,
Aug. 4. Coal to order.
Sebastian Bach, Dr. bk Nagasaki, Feb
St. Kathcrlne, Am. bk., Saunders, San
Francisco, July 12. C. llrewer & Co.
S. N. Castle, Am. bkt., Hiibliaid, San
Francisco, July 17. W. a. Irwin &
S O .Wilder, Am. bkt. Jackson, San
Francisco, Aug. G. F. A. Schacter
W. II. Talbot, Am, schr., Ilcnneilic,
Newcastle, July 31. Co.il to order.
Woollahra, Ilr. bk., Williamson, New
castle, Aug. 2. Coal to order,
Wm. Dow ilen, Am, schr., Fjercln, Naw-
castle, Aug. 4. Coal to order.
Mary WInkleman, Am. bkt.
Helen Brewer, Haw. sp New York
Challenger, Am. sp New York
Henry Falling, Am. sp New York
A. J. Fuller, Am, sp Nagasaki
llaydcn Brown, Am. bk Newcastle
John C. Potter, Am, sp Newcastle
Euterpe, Haw. sp Newcastle
Star of Russia, Haw. sp Newcastbi
Wachiisctt, Am. sp Newcastle
Emlpite, Am, bk Ncwiasilo
Porsoernnio, Ilr, sp Nowrastlc
Ahby Palmer, Am. bk Newcastle
King Cyrus, Am, schr New emtio
Yosemlti), Am. B NnwcAJtle
Columbia, Am, schr Newia.tl.i
I'rlmo Albert, Nor. S Newe.i.llo
Prliicn Victor. Nor, s Nnvuiitla
Clan Maiphersnn, Ilr. sp, . Newcastle
Anri'tils, Ilr. i ,.,,. Newcastle
I'atitnsl, Nor, bk , ,,, Ncwrartb)
linlnc Ihle. Am s Newcastle
Hijiirn, Nor. bk Nrtwrnith
Wi fuller, Am bkt NnHi-aslln
UriiiiibiiiiiMi, Ilr, up. , Nuwcutl't
1'irsiio, Am. bli ... Nn'Viusilii
Alex Mi'Nill, Am. Ii) NmwnMle
llnlilin Hlioie, Ain, ? Niwnislln
Dominion, Mr bk NwB,imi
.liiini'. NinihIIIi, Am. sp, . . Niwraitlo
Miirlim Lluhtbi'ily, Ilr. up, Nnwi.nlld,
llllKt . r
Onlilitlip! Aim, bli, , T':nun
(juriiMliI MMwellyn, Ilr. sp, .illisitiliurri
VMiiuni, Ilr. Aniiii
Villi), Mr. ) i. IrHlltllill
Americans Take Up
the British Bonds
London, Aug. 8. The allotment of
5,000,000 of the 10,000,000 war loin
to the United States Is reeehed In
the financial world as a good thing for
London In the present position of tho
English banks. The brokers and small
Investors severely, almost passionately
criticise tho Chancellor of the Ex
chequer, Sir Michael Illckg-Ilcach for
privately arranging for half of the so
called public loan nnd ultowlng the In
vestment "plum" to go out of tb
country. The Hank of England ad
vised Sir Michael to accept the Ameri
can offer which was made early lajt
week through J. P. Morgan & Co , ar. 1
the Barings the joint takers, pointing
out that this was an easy nnd natiir.il
way to bring In gold nnd hnvtr die ex
ports to the United wtates In October.
Otherwise the bank rate might have lo
be raised to five or six per cent and
extraordinary measures would have to
bo taken to increase the gold rcserv".
The Barings Informed the Associated
Press that though the loan was morn
than subscribed In New York before
the agreement was closed with Sir
Michael Hicks-Beach, It was not twice
covered, as It was pxpected It would bo
by the negotiators bore. The Morgans
said the Insurance companies were
large subscribers nnd both the Mor
gans and Barings said a largo portlin
ot the millions would come In gold.
Two million pounds, It Is understood
Is already engaged.
The critics of the chancellor of the
exchequer point out thnt the loa.i
was worth 3 9-10 per cent, that It was
so excellent n thing that every pound
should have been kept here; that ovm
If the American otter was acrepted, It
should havo been dona differently and
that to ask for subscriptions to ten
millions when five millions were al
ready allotted, was rather tricky.
Generally, however, there Is a feed
ing of satisfaction In financial circles
over the easier money prospect.
The Pall Mall Gazette s.ivs:
"The loan shows America will oc
cupy a now role In tho future that f.f
lender. .Ere long American operatois
and Investors will Interest themnelvcs
In the International group uud be a fac
tor to be reckoned with."
The Westminster Gazette, under th,c
heading "The Treasury's insult to the
Clti ; America Financiering Our Wur,"
"There was little use In opening the
lists at all, seeing that the chancellor
had arranged to burrow most "of the
money in America In any case tho
fuct might have been made clear In
the prospectus, which was u misleading
document. When an Issue Is already
halt subscribed, even liy pushful Amer
ican insurance companies. It Is usual
to state the fuct. The stock excliunpe
committee may recall this when tho
quotation comes to be considered."
Tho Financial News refers to tin
United States as the "World'B ne.v
GETTING AROUND DE WfcT
London, Aug. 5. A special despatch
from Pretoria, dated Saturdav, sas
"General Clulstlan Dc Wet Is complete
1 surrounded near Rcltsburg and It Is
Impossible for his forces to escape
through the strong British cordon
"The Boers sa they will mnko n
stand at Machndodorp. They are short
of ammunition and food. Oncial
Hamilton, by tho rapidity of Ms move
ments, prevents reinforcements reacn
Ing General. Botha,
"It appears that after the train car
rying United Stales Consul Stnwe and
(!lng tho Stars and Stripes, was de
railed at Hnnlngspiult, south of
Ktoonstudt, concealed Doers, tired upon
It, killing fort) men.
"Jinny citizens of Pretoria havo been
sent Into exile for having behaved
cruelly to lliltlsh subjects befoie und
during tho war Tho terms of exile
vary, somo teaching twenty-five jenrs."
Tho Lourenzo Marqeiis eorrespon 1
ent of tho Dally Express sns: "The
Transvaal advices declare that Genernl
B.idcu-Ponell was wounded during a
recent engagement at Rustenbiirrf,
when tho Boers, according to their .ac
count, took some prisoners and cap
tured 321 wagons'
TRANSPORTS AT SEATTLE
Seattle, Wash., Aug, 8. The stcaniers
Oregon, Charles Nelson nnd San 1'eilr.i
from Nome am all l Ing In the stream.
The transport Pak Ling which start
ed cstcritny for China with cargo nnd
animals Is hnck this morning. Tho
Pak Ling Is top heavy nnd her captain
doe not dnra attempt tho trip with the
veHsel In her turnout condition Whim
aim pullfd out of tho hiitbor jisterday
the swell of the Garonne mused her to
loll dniigirousl) Tho lop of her p.'o
pellor was visible above water
Ijilor Tim Pak Ling 1 nine baik nf
ter 11 (Humiliation over llm wires from
Putt TovviisiihI, bet Willi her captain
mid (Jimili'rmii.ler lloblusoii of Heattle,
Him wats govirnmeiii orders
The ('hurle Ntlsou has landed he"
luisktiigns mid lln On gnu mid rtun
I'i'diii h,ve Inch (iiileri'd buck to Poll
Tuvv 11. mt fin Incpeitlim Ho fin a
know 11 llii'ie U 1111 klik. 1111 mi) nf llm
(Iniimhis, iliuionisilir, iiui'iuni'i
ni'iir Al'iwi . hIvIiik ftwnv n lOnju
"rnyiiii I'liilinlt vvlili (1 wur Hi of phr
RETURN OP REFUGEES.
Transport Logan Has Many Passen
gers From China.
San Franclkco. August 8. Forty-
two refugees from Tlcn-tsln were land
I cd )osterday from the transport Logan,
I which nrrlvcd nt midnight on Sunday
from Tnku nnd Nagasaki. The passen
I gers were some of the women nnd ehll
dren nnd a few male non-combatants
who were compelled to leave the be
sieged city for their own; safety. They
tell graphic stories o( the slego and
recite pathetic Incidents. Nearly nil
left behind relatives who arc still wag
ing war ngnlnst the Chinese. The mi n
compelled their women nnd children
to leave, fearing the awful fato tint
awaited them should they fall Into the
hands of the Boxers or Imperial troops.
Mrs. Edward I). Drew of Boston,
whose husband is Commissioner of
Customs nt Tlen-tsln, gives n vivid pic
ture of the siege and adds a startling
tale of the atrocities practiced by Rus
sian troops on Innocent Chinese. Dr
Dlffendnrfcr, who participated to some
extent In the fighting, shnrply criticised
the missionaries, whbm bo blames for
all the trouble. Dainty Efllc Ragsdat',
the thirteen-) ear-old daughter of the
American Consul nt Tlen-tsln, and her
brother Earl tell in a quaint manner
the thrltlng story of the Blegc, and
Mrs. Montellc of this city adds a num
ber of Incidents of Interest. Miss Laura
Jones, n oung missionary, bad a re
markable escape from tho Boxers In
their own country, nnd the story of
Mrs. Lowry, with her three tiny chil
dren, Is full of pathos. Every passen
ger has something of Interest to tell.
The Logan took the Ninth Infantry
to Tnku from Manila the soldiers who
made the gallnnt stand In the open ho
fore tho walled city. They were with
out protection from the fire of the forts
and the leaden hall of Mauser bullets,
nnd Colonel I.tscum was one ot tho
first to fall. Slxt)-one ot the regiment
were brought back sick without having
had n chance to light. There were be
sides, sixteen marines and four pris
oners. By order of Admiral Rctncy tbu
transport took on board nt Taku all
refugees, Irrespective of nationality,
and gained for the United States tho
applause of the world.
TO CELEBRATE LABOR DAY.
At a meeting ot the labor men In the
Plumbers' Hull last evening. It was (te
dded to celebrate1 Labor Day on tho
first Monday in September. Win. C.
Roe was chairman and G, It. Stoll sec
retary Most of tho time wns given
to the discussion of the method of cele
bration. The following general com
mittee was chosen, the stili-commlttcs
to be chosen from the Bamc Its'
Plumtiers, Dan Welch; brlcklajT",
Tom Harvey: painters, Jamca Shnv;
carpenters, M. Thomas; liollermnker?,
George Camp; machinists, L. Jameson;
seamen J. P. Rasmusscn; barbers,
J. Saunders; marine engineers, W.
Donnelly; pattern makers, II. A. Brnn
son. Another committee was appointed to
wait on Governor Dolo to request him
to announce Iaibnr Day as a general
holiday throughout tho Islands, as
well as to consult him on tho matter nt
turning out the National Guard, tho
police, fire department nnd the ban 1.
Following Is the committee Painters,
Jack Lund, plumbers, J. II. Connom:
bollermnkeis, J. J llrjnn; hrlckluvcrs,
Jos. Koslck; pattern makers, II O.
Reed, seamen, J. P. Rasmusscn, bar
bers, J. Saunders, carpenters W M.
Velllnsworth; marine engineers, Dan
Curran; machinists, E. May, harness
makers, P. Holies, and blacksmiths,
This same committee wns appointed
to take chargo of finances. Another
meeting will bo held Wednesday even
ing. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Tuko Laxutlvo Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tho money If It
falls to cure. E. W. Grovo'B signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
Honolulu - Tobacco - Co.,
Con. Four aiu Merchant Srsitti,
HAS RECEIVED PER "AUSTRALIA" FROM
To. World R.nown.d Brand ol Clou
-tjUliCMOL :-: JFL-ULSSell-
This elegant CIGAR can be purchased for FIVE CENTS only.
Catton, NeiK & Co., Ltd.
S3 3ST C3-1 3JT B El 15 S
Boilermakers t t and : i Electricians.
The - General - Electric - Company
w. "w. Vsnsia-E-ii'
I'iilllllllK, lllili'liHiiilllihiij, TriiiimiiiLi,
i'Iim'I.iiii., HiikkIim mill llimlfH Afuiiifiituruil
jr MM4 ll.l 'I,
7;5 and 79 King Street
TELEPHONE NO 81.
NOW 1) tho time to get leaks act
breakages seen to, and joor
Rpofs Put in Or da
By competent workiweiiV
For the Plumbing
On that now bouso that yon ara
about to bnild or tho alteration!
you aro iutondlng to make on
yonr proporty. Call and see mi
and got an estimate
JAS. NOTT, Jr
Practical Tinsmith and Plumber,
8hr)p: DereUnla street, 4 doors east
of Punchbowl. Phone 844,
Hours 7 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
W. H. BmM, h W. Baits,
HodoIqIq Sbeet Metal Works
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Vsatllat.ra,
Conductor Pip. and Guttir Work.
Rlcbard. Strati, t.Qun aod Mncb.t, BhiIsi
es-JoHlnr proapllr .ttrad.d to.'VS
Tel. White 41. p. O. Box 870.
BOARDING AND LIVERY
Rigs sent to any part of tlto
HACKS -AT -ALL -HOURS
Walklkl Road, - - Walklkl.
TEL. BLACK 141.
RINO UP THE
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
il8 FOBT STREKT,
Stable 'Phone, 477
Hacv Stand 'Phones, 319 and 7T,.
O. H. BELLCTA.
A QOOD THING
4-- u e c
Ohia, Algeroba and Pine Firewood
Oat sod Split (ready tor th.Btov),
STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COAL
WHITE AND BLACK SAND
Lowest Prices, delivered to any pari
HUSTACE A CO.,
'1 Onmn UtroM
Pacific Transfer Co,
til Klnz St , not to Ilalltr'i Cycltry,
Express Wagons, Drays,
Lumber Wagons and
Dump Carts : : : : :
Always on Hand.
Trunk.. Tumllm. .fid Salt. Car.fullr HanJId.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per