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nVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., WEDNESDAY. JAN. 9, 1901.
Lints ol traiel.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers ot this lino will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FIIOM SAN FnANCI8CO. FOll SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda Jan. S Zcalandla Jan. 2G
Zealandla Jan. 2:1 Sierra Jan. 29
Sonoma Jan. 29 Mariposa , Feb 13
Mariposa Feb. 9 Alameda Feb. 18
Sierra Fob. 19 Zcalandla Mch. C
Zcalandla Mch. 2 Sonoma Mch. 12
Ventura Mch 12
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In connection with the sailing ot the above steamers the agents ire pre
pared to Issue, tn Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In .the United States, and from New
York by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. o Tojo Kisen Kaisba
.... 5'MBtrief lh abort eoapioit will call at Honolulu afld Itara till port 01 aboat (fct
..dataa tatow toll 00 1 4 (
For Japan and China:
City ol PeVlne Jaiuiry is
Honrkciifc Maru J-uiuiry jt
China Wtruiry 8
tJofk t - February 16
Nippon Mni February 16
Per centra I Information ipy f
H. Hackfeld &
For (antral lofomatlon ipy
4a9utntri of the abort lint, running lo connection with ttaa CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
tttwtn Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N. S. W and call In 1 al Victoria. C. C, Honolulu and Brlibaot
nTK AT IIONO.LULI; on or about tba dalta ttfow italad via 1
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C
aanrTbroarh ttcktta lnutd from Honolulu to Cauda. Ualtad Stataa and Europe.
raaaata aaa an ctntrai mrorraauon. apply to
Thco. H, Davlce &
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST
S. S. Hawaiian will be dispatched from New York on or before
January 15 for San Francisco, en route to Honolulu.
To be followed by 8. S. Oregonlan. March loading.
Freight received at company's wharf, 43d Street, South Brooklyn,
at all times. For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
BOARDING AND L1VERI
Bigs sent to any part of the
HACKS -AT -ALL -HOURS
'Walklkl Road, Walklk .
TEL. BLACK 141.
BIND UP THE. ...
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
118 FORT BTREJH
BUhle 'Phone, 477
Hack. Stand 'Phone., 319 and 7lt.
0. H. BELUHA.
FOR BALLAST !!
( White and Black Sand
In Quantities to Suit....
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
IST Dump Carts furnished by the chj
on Hour's Notice.
H. R HITCHCOCK
Merchant St., In M. D. Monsarrat's ohlie.
Drays for Freight
Our representative meets all Incoming
steamers from the Coast nd we check
baggage on all outgoing steamer.
Willie aod Black Sand For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin 210 King
street. 1 ei, 60,
W. LARSEN, Vft.
Wilder's Steamship Company
TOR ISLAND PORTS.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
For San Francisco:
I lone Iconic Maru
Dftrlc .. . .
Rio it Jantlro ..
, January 16
Co., Ltd., Agents.
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria and Vancouver (B. C.)i
Aoranel ...... Jan. 16
Warrlmoo , Feb. i)
Mlowtra ...Mar, 13
Aoranel.... April i
Wairlmos .',.... May I
Miowtra . Junt 5
For Fralfbt aod
Co., Ltd., Gcn'l Aftcnts.
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
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, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
147 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Go.
From and After January 1, 1899.
TATIONS. D.lty Dili,
(Oltvarl) u. Sua. bally at. Su. Dally Dally
A.M. A.M. A M. PM. P.M.
Hoeolol. t:io e:i n:o i:it 1:10
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JaailCltf 6ij 1.0, j, 4.
oeelele t.u l.jj to, (1t
F. C. Smith, Qen'l Pass, A Tloket
Q. P. Dhhihoh. HnprlntAn.tnt.
Violin - Studio
ROOM 4, LOVE BUILDING.
Mrs, Annis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, " JYllgnon
720 Beretanla street; Tel. 1114. ifa7-tf
B. K. KAAI,
Toacher of ' itar, Mandolin, Zltbar
Ukulsle and Taro Patch.
Order, to be left care of Wall, Nlchoit
Oo ' V'vtrpm Mnato Oo.' ISM
1MP -MaaaMllllJa" MlMrjBPaf.lSar- Siqfa-JJlj J
"Oh! This Henrlnrlip
and company at 2.
take Gesler's Magic Headache
AT ALL DRUGGISTS. PRICE 10 25. THE25SIZE HOLDS FOUR TIMES aSMANV ASTHEI0.
The schooner Stanley In command of
Captain Schmaltz sailed from Sun
Francisco for Kahulul on December 31.
The American brlu W. 0. Irwin l
among the latest freights nnil charters
from San Francisco for Honolulu with
passengers nnd merchandise.
The United States training ship
Adams In command of CnmmanJer
Wnltei (loodwln left Naval row todav
for San Diego. She nrrlvcd here on De
cember 21, from Illlo nnd Lnhalna and
takes up her Itinerary by leaving for
Southern aCllfomla ports. Sho will
make the following crulso which wl.l
be of Interest to relatives and friends
of Uncle Sam's sons. I.io Honolulu
Jan. 9. nrrlve nt SanDlego Feb. 8, leave
Feb. 22; arrive Santa Barbara March A,
leaco March 9; arrive Monterey March
11, leave March 14; arrive San Fran
cisco March 15.
During the year past passed n de
cided Impetus was given to ship build
ing on the Pacific coast nnd when all
tho ship building yards shall have been
heard from the result will be found tn
bo the most Important for n number of
years. The following is an aggregate
statement of all the Vessels built on the
Coast In 1900 and which wero docu
mented at tho port of San Francisco.
Steamers 33, gross tonnage, 19,632 net
tonnage, 14..0S9; schooners, 1G, gross
tonnage, 8,748, net tonnage. 7.957; bar
kentlnes 1, gross tonnage. 735; net ton
nage, CC2, Total vessels, 50; gross tou
nngo, 29.135; net tonnage, 22.70S. TI13
largest steamer Is the Callfornlan, built
by tho Union Iron Works for the American-Hawaiian
of New York. Her tonnage Is 5879 tons
gross nnd 4597 net. The largest schoo
ner on tho list Is tho Kosamon built nt
Ilenecta by Matthew Turner. With il.e
territory recently acquired by the Unit
ed States In the Pacific tho shlp-bulld-Ing
Industry has been greatly stimulat
ed. Lost SOO llofin.
Tho American barkenttno S. O. Wil
der arrived yesterday afternoon In cori
mand of Captain C. Jackson IS daya
from San Francisco, with 11 general
cargo consigned to Schaefer & Co. She
Is docked at Sorenson'u wharf and will
commence discharging her deck load
today. Fair weather nnd light winds
prevailed during the entire trip. The
only event of Interest was the loss of
some 200 hogs out of a total shlQment
of 473 with cholera. Tho captain states
that the animals were carcfuly looked
after, and In his opinion tho cholera
germs were In tho pens at San Fran
cisco whero the hogs nro kept prepara
tory to being loaded on the vessel.
Every precaution was taken on board
the Wilder to Insure their sate arrival.
There was plenty of corn, potntoes. etc.
but tho hogs would not eat. Tho Wil
der left San Francisco at 10 o'clock on
the morning ot December 21 with tli'j
American schooner Helene In charge ot
Captain Christiansen directly behind
her. For a long time a friendly rivalry
has existed between the captains mak
ing this port as to the sailing qualities
of tho vessels under their commnnl.
The latest unsettled question was the
raco between tho S. 0. Wilder and tho
Martha Dnvls on their last run to tho
Coast. Captain Jackson of the S. 0.
Wilder nnd Captain McAlmnn of the
Martha Davis mado a wnger of a new
hat, but as there has risen Hevernl nau
tical technicalities tho settlement of
tho wager Is still In abcyanco .
Slaughter ol Mules.
Dr. W. I., Williamson who wns veter
inarian in charge of tho horse trans
port Lcelnnnw on her recent voyage to
the Philippines was n passenger on the
transport Grant that arrived In San
Frnnclsco on December 31st. Ho toIJ
n graphic story of how every nnlmal
on board tho steamer was lost In the
typhoon that wrecked tho Yosemlto nt
fiimm and destroyed n million dollars
worth of property In Hongkong h.ir
bor. "Kvrrythlng went well until we
wcio within n few days of Manila, but
on tho night of November 10th tho
barometer began sinking rapidly and
tho steamer was caught In the sweep
of tho storm center. Olgantlc seis
washed continually over us and tho
mules wero dashed with terrific- force
against their stalls which soon gnvo
way under tho strain. Iiy midnight
half of tho 250 mules wero killed out
right and tho rest wero so frightfully
mangled that It was necessary to shoot
them, It was two days hcfoio tho hur
ricane subsided enough to permit
throwing tho bodies overboard."
TO ClinE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
AH druggists refund tho money If It
falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
Is on each box. 25 cento.
aVl(al . 41 VilP d ft fWW fa a . aVtl-w aa l
IniiaKe aiicssiers i vveni vvant tnati un, 1111 50 giaa o
Mogic Headache Wafcrjl a Miracle." see you?
ck. fAOs art ar$ln 2,- OO
I WOMAN'S BOARD OP MISSIONS
I The regular monthly meeting of the
Woman's Hoard of Missions was held
(In Central Union church jesterday af
ternoon. After the rending of n chapter
from the lllblc nnd a few remarkB by
Mrs. Hyde, the chairman, tho singing
of n few hymns and prayer, the reports
of tho various committees, were read
and ndopted. Miss Malonc reported on
tho Hawaiian department at Wnlluku
anting that the cottage settlement at
thnt ploco was fairly under way. In
addition to the regular church nil I
Sunday school accommodations, there
Is tn bo a kindergarten, club rooms, a
reading room nnd library nnd an indus
Miss Weaver retail n report on "Lit-
eraiure 01 me cnurcn, ami nnoiner 911
the work among the Portuguese. Miss
Ackerman, one of the around-thc-worH
missionaries now in the city, was then
Introduced by Mrs. Hyde. This lndy
spoke on experiences met with by her
during her trip around flic world. The
subject of temperance was touched
upon. In closing. Miss Ackerman said:
"I firmly believe that If liquor In nil
Its forms could be done away with. In
twenty-five years we should find the
whole world clothed In Its right mind,
glorified and at tho foot of tho cross."
MIbs Sumpter spoke on tho work
among the Chinese. A letter was re
ceived from Miss Myra Green telling of
the work among tho Hnwalans. Miss
Stryker of Japan addressed the meet
ing briefly, endorsing the remarks of
A collection amounting to $60.90 was
The whale catch for tho year 19P0
with tho returns therefor nt the port
of San Francisco do not show as satis
factory results as the. year 1899 ns the
following comparative tables will
show: Total 1S99-OI1 0.433 barrels;
bono 303.899 pounds; Ivory, 0,473
pounds. Total 1900 Oil, 5,910 barrels;
bone 1S1.R00 pounds; lvoiy 890 pounds.
At the present tlmo thcro arc twenl
two government vessels In the port of
San Francisco. This Includes nine ves
sels nt the Mare Island Navy Yard.
The American schooner C. F. Sar
gent will clear shortly from Tncoma
with a cargo of coal for Honolulu.
The gasoline schooner Eclipse Is duo
today from I.ahalna and way ports.
Heroic Work ot o Girl In Saving
Her Brother Frm Drunkenness.
Put a Remedy In II Ih Coffee and
Without HIh Knowledge of the
Secret Was Completely
The terrible evil of drunkenness has
at last found a conqueror. Miss Mary
Itoberts, of 1033 Golden Gate Ave., San
Francisco, Cnl will gladly tell any
lady who will write her how she saved
her brother from ruin and her words
burn with n new hope to every woman
who would rescue a son, brother or
husband from tho scourgo of drunken
ness. MISS MARY ROBEUTS.
"May every mother, sister or daugh
ter lenrn from my experience, Is my
devout hope, nnd In thus making pub
lic the story of our private misfortune
and subsequent blessings It Is my earn
est dcblro thut every woman read In my
words tho wny to happiness not only
for herself but for tho man who Is
struggling with tho curto of liquor
upon him. Dr. Haines who discover!
Golden Specific Is deserving of woman's
honiugo nod I am glad to know that ho
will fund n freo trial package of tho
remedy to every woman who writes
"Send your nnme and address to Dr.
J. W. Ilnlnes, 3G40 Glenn Ilulldlns.
Cincinnati, Ohio, U. S. A., and ho will
mall the remedy to you In a plain,
sealed package and thus you can begin
the euro at once, Tho remedy Is odo;--.
less und tasteless and you need have no
1 fear of discovery,"
Mineral concoctions nre dangerous.'
Nature never designed them for heal
ing man. From tlmo Immemorial,
man's healer was purely vegetable;
and from that tlmo to this, nature's
unfailing remedy for rheumatism, nnd
kindred diseases, wns the same as
that found In Klcapoo Indian Oil. It
Is nature's remedy, nnd nets ns kind
ly ns nature. It drives away pain,
kills tho dread rheumatism nnd re
stores tho wenkned tissue. It Is mado
tho same as the Indians made It cen
turies ago, out ot roots, barks, herbs,
gums, leaves, gathered from nature's
unerring laboratory. Its record for
curcs Is unparalleled. Beforo civil
ized man had heard ot It, It kept tho
natives In perfect health. And since
civilized roan has known It, tho cate
gory of cures has become voluminous.
No other medlclno has mndo such
cures, because. Klcknpoo Indian Oil
Is nature's remedy, nndna turo stands
back of It Your druggist has It, or
can get It. Insist on getting tho gen
uine Klcknpoo Indian Oil. Hobron
Drug Co., Agents for the Klcknpoo
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice l heftby e' en t all creditor ha vine clilm
gilnt thf.ttt of J. J Stewart, dtceatei titrt
writ ttit sam duly authenticated ani with froprr
voucher, at the offlct of the almmlttrator, I- fc.
Thompton. In the Magoon b ilUlntr, H nolulu. Oatm
Territory of Hawaii, within lx (6) months from the
4att hereof, or they will bt forever bat re J
FRANK E THO.MPSOS,
AJmlnlttratnrof thteitjttof J. J Stewart deccaieJ.
Date! at Moncjtulf, Oihu, this ml 4ay nf January.
toe i. mi'Jan i,,i.T.o 11,14. .t.tt.8
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
States for tht Territory of Hawaii In ban.rupky.
In the matter of J. A. tlutttrhdJ, tMikrutt. Toh
cnrJttorsof J A. .uMeitl J, of Itrnolu ,, Ulan J of
Oahu, ani district aforesalJ, j rjrkrir-t
Notki l hereby Clxn 'hat on th fgthJayol Te
cemt-er. AD ityt the sali J. A, BtttrttieiJ was duly
aJJuJIcat d bankrupt and that t"e rtrst rrtetinc ot
h s creditor wl'l be held at my ofm. In the azoon
tmltdlnr on tlw Ortitr nf Merchant and AlaVea
street). In said Honolulu, r n he aist 4y of January
A I)., loot, at too clock In the fortrnxn of said dv.
al whlth time the said celllo s may attend rrv
their claim arru'M a truitee , examine the bankrupt,
and transit tuJi otter buslress as may paprly
come before iaIJ rrtetinp
FR.NK E. THOMPSON.
Referee In bankruptcy
H nolulu. January end. tci. mTJan ,$ '
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Chocolates and Confections,
Ice Cream and Ices Water.
HAWAII SHIMPO SHA
The Pioneer Japanese Printing office,
The Publisher of "HAWAII SHIMPO,',
tha only dally Japanaaa paptr publlihea1
In tba f trrltory ol Hawaii -
Y. SOGA, Editor.
C. SHIOZAWA, Proprietor
mr Editorial and Printing Office, near
King bridge, King street. P O. Box Q07.
A. Harrison Mill Co.
CSTIWATtS FUDMSH1D 01 All klVDS OP
Brick and Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
Frames, Blinds, Moulding, Brackets, and
All KlnJs of Wood Work, Finish Turning
KAWAIAHAO ST., KEWALO,
Tel. White 1221 P. O. Box 552.
REAL ESTATE TRANS ACTIONS
Subtcribera are furnished with froa
live to six lists per week, giving an ac
curate record ot deeds, mortgage,
leases, releases, powers of attorn
etc., etc., which are placed on record.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 12.00 P
A. V. GBAR,
lutM Building. Honolalfc
liberal Manager ol
Tbi HquHible Life Assuitnct 8oci'
Ol tho United blues lot th. Hiw.ll.-
Omrwt M.wih.nl atraat. Ho
M. PHILLIPS & CO..
Wholesale Importers end Jobbers
!-ropeu and American D7 iv
go t end Queen Streets.
H. HAOKFELD k 00.,Lt"
IENEBAL COMMISSION AOEFr
Ooc.Vort and Queen Streets flooolt
y4a vi-c& c
FRANK J. DILLON Is no lonKer In
our employ, and we w III not be responsible
for anv dehts or contracts made by him.
THE WASHINGTON MERCANTILE
CO.. I TO. 1 7W
Notice Is hereby Riven that THE EN
TERPRISE MILL CO., LTD., of Hono
lulu, has moved it's office to the Mickbi
Building, room u. All rersor.s owing ac
counts to said company will kindly settle
the same promptly. 7i4-irc
THE PACIFIC MAIL COMPANY
has succeeded to the planing mill business
of the Entemrlse Mill Co.. Ltd.. Ahkr.
and Richards streets, and tespectfully soli
cits the patronage of all former customers
of the latter mill company.
I7i6tf W. H.-G.ARNEMANN.
The firm of CAMPBELL & MINTON
having dissolved by mutual consent, notice
Is hereby given that all outstanding debts,
as also all accounts due the above lirra.are
now assumed bv W. M. Camnbell. ooer-
atlng and continuing the business under
nis own name.
W. M. CAMPBELL,
W. M. MINTON.
January t, not. 1710-iw
Stockholders are hereby notified that tho
Foufth Assessment of 5 per cent or two and
one-half dollars per snare on the Capital
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payable
July 1st, at the office of the undersigned,
111 Fort street. J.H.FISHER.
Actg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Ce
Honolulu. June t. 1000. c,o
All privilege holders of lots at the
Catholic Cemetery on King street ate re
quested to p.iv acontilbutlon of live (iy.ooj
dollars at the office of the Catholic Mis
sion during this month of JANUARY,
1901. Anyone falling to pay the amount
shall loose all rights and privileges. The
Catholic Mission will take care of all
Rraves. By order,
72Q-6t FJj. VALENTINE.
Election of Officers.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
See Yup Benevolent Society, held the 2td
day of December, 1900, the following per
sons were elected as officers of the Society,
to serve for the ensuing year:
President. LEE DOT SON.
Vice president, CHEW GEM.
Secretary, Y. M. WEE.
Chinese Sec'y. MAN CHON SANG.
Treasurer, LEE LICK.
Auditor, KEE KAN. 1729-1
Election of Officers.
AT A MEETING OF THE STOOC
holJers of the Pacific Mill Co., Ltd., heM
this day, the following officers were elect
ed for the ensuing year:
President, EMMETT MAY.
Vice President, R.C. GEAR.
Treasurer, W. H. G. ARNEMANH
Secretary, W. P. BARRY.
Auditors, L. M. McKEAGUE and J.
The above officers constitute the Beard
W. P. BARRY, Secretary.
January 2, iqqi. J7rn
R. W. ATKINSON
Houses, Rooms, Offices,
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Room 11, Magoon Bid.,
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