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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1901,
Oceanic Steamship Company.
ffk ttetmeri of thti Una will arrive and. Uay thli port u hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA Mar 25
SONOMA ...7.' .'.' June i
'In oonnectlon with the tailing of the abore iteamen the aienta ire pre
faced to liaue, to Intending pawengert , coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In the United State, and from New
Fork by any steamship line to all European porta.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLT TO "'.,
Wm. Q. Irwin
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Staamert of tha atova cotnpanlaa
leava mis port on or aroui
For Itpan and China:
COPTIC MAY 28
AMERICA MARU JUNE 5
PEKING JUNE 13
GAELIC JUNE 21
HONGKONG MARU JUNE 29
CHINA JULY G
DORIC JULY 1C
NIPPON MARU JULY'24
PERU AUG. 1
For general Information apply to P. M. S. S. Co.
H. HACKFIBLO & CO, LTD AGENTS.
aWStaaaara atuaabarallaa.raaalac la coaaactloa will Ike CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
MtamM Vaacaarar. B. C. aaJ SMr, N. S. W aatcalllatat Vktof la. B. C. Haaalalaaat Bilibati
' DVB AT ItONOI.I.'I.V 1 la lakoail lilataakalaw etata4 Tla 1 1
FROM VNCOUVBR AND l
Aoiantl ,,...Mr 1
Moana .., I ina
'Tttoath Icktta InoaJ ticai Hoaalala la C.
aaf al laf oraatloa. apply la
Thco. H. Pavlce &
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK AND' HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
N S OREGONIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about May 25.
S S AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about June is.
S. S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail
Freight received at company's wharf. 42J Street, South Brooklln, at all times.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Lines of Travel
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago, x
v FOUR DAYS to New York.
1 man Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
tnz and Library Cars, wltn Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Tree Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
1)5 Third street. Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. it T. A.,
1472 ' Omaha. Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Go.
1 rom and
Pull City .
ai. Sua. tsallr
So j tal
. i.11 "al
F. C. Surra, Qeu'l Fan. it Ticket
Q. V. DajMiBO. Rnperlntandact
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS
(arcatal Mannjei ot
Tin- Baailabla Ufa AuurAnci 8ooU
0' th rintttd Utf.ea lor tha HwUB
Orrun Ma-ohMil strati. Hi
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA.. May 29
VENTURA June 4
& Co., Limited
OCEANIC a I. 00.
will call at Honolulu ani
ina uaita oeiow manttoatj,
For San Francisco:
PEKING MAY 21
GAELIC MAY 28
HONGKONG MARU JUNE 7
CHINA JUNE 15
DORIC JUNE 22
NIPPON MARU JULY 2
PERU JULY 9
COPTIC JULY 19
AMERICA MARU JULY 20
PEKING AUG. 3
GAELIC AUG. 13
fROM STDNIT .AND BRISBANE
For Victoria aal Vaacoavar (B. C.li
... August tS
as latopa. For Ftalatt aal
Co., Ltd., Gcn'l AfientH. 1
" r !
Lines of Travel.
YOU CAN DO IT NOW
THE - INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group e.cept Kauai,
MINIMUM RATE IS $2.
Honolulu Office, Magoon Block.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for your message
Street Railway Time Table.
KING STREET LINO.
On leave Walklkl for town t $ 4 J. 6.1 j, 6 4 A.M.
ani v.rv it ml nut thrftifttr ll I 10. 11. ll!t( an J
n:M'M.lrum W klkl vu lu trw Tunahnu StaMH.1
Car IraittK Kanee or raw a a twitch lor town at
).5i.M. nJ every 11 minute tht reader till u.otp.n,
Car leav Tort ani Kinc ttretts corner for Pit ma
at 6:10 a.m. ani every is minute after ttll 11:15
Cart la t for Palama only at an4 : jo A M
uart leavt ra'ama ror vikki j'41 a m, ana every
M mlnuttt till o 4 I'.H . tht-n at to:i) anj 10 43 I'.M.
Thii:iil.M from Palama if I'unahuu only goes
to Walklkl on SaturJays.
Can leat fort ani Klnc treet corner foi Klfle
Range ALy.nt ani o A.M.
Cars fVuvt 1 ort aoi Kin;; tweeis corner for Walklkl
at6as-M an4eery 13 minute tlliiootp.M then at
10. i anc .1.05 r.n. nttt ii.u 1 n goe t mjiihiki
I1ERETANIA STREET AND NUIMNU VALLEV.
Can leave Punahou Stable lor Ton ati-toani
for Town anJ Valley at j 40 5 39 6.10 6 to 6 40 7 an J
7 ao A.M.
Cars leave Oatu College for town ani Valley at
6:jo 6.50 ani 7:10 A.M ani ever) 10 minute till 10 10
r,i. except uie even nourarunan, nour cars v.nicn
run from the static,
Car leave Nuuanu Valley at 6'to 6:10 6 o A.M ani
every to minute thereafter tilt io.juI'.m
ar leave ron ana yueen kirvti iur runinou
College at 6 05 6.ij 645AM ani every 10 mirute
after till 0 4 P.M. Alter that the car run t.i the
Stable up to 1 1:50P.M. which I the last car from Town,
reaching th Stable at nip.' v.
ON CALL ALL NIGHT.
AUTOMOBILE CO., LTD.
Coupon Books Sold. Special Rates
made for "Automobile Parties."
NOTE Drivers are not allowej to make
any rates except tho furnished by the
company. Ask driver to see rate slieet.
In case of dispute as to fare, pay driver
amount claimed, take rebate slip and call
at office. We will gladly adjust iny dif
ference. Office on Klne St., near Judiciary Bid.
LOUIS T GRANT, Manager.
II la a nrc, f and quick remedy,
Tlnte'a ONLY ON
Two alaaa, 33c. ami 80c.
Additional, ana tna lattil Sblpplni Nawa, will ba
f ennS oa tha alrhth paga.
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMER3.
Steamers due and to sail for the next
thirty days are as follows:
Steamers. From. Due.
City of Peking Yokohama .. May 2t
Mariposa S. F. May 23
Gaelic Yokohama May 28
Coptic S. F. May 28
Sonoma S. F. Juno 4
Ventura Colonies June 4
America .Maru S. F. Juno 5
Mlowera Colonies Juno 5
Hongkong Maru Yokohama June 7
Moana Victoria Juno 8
City of Peking S. F. June 13
Marlpoea S. F. June 15
China Yokohama Juno 15
Gaelic S. r. Juno 21
Doric Yokohama Juno 22
Ventura S. r. Juno 25
Sierra Colonies Juno 25
Hongkong Maru S. F. -June 23
Steamers. For. Due1.
City of Peklrg S. F. May 21
Oatllc S. F.
;,,',,, e ,
1 JlarlpoM S. F. ..
Ventura S. F.
' America Maru oYkohama
Mlowera Victoria ,
! Hongkong MtruS. F. ....
Moann Colonies ,
1 City of Peking Yokohama
China S. F
MariPoa-s. f. ..
forlc S. F. f. Juno 22
Ventura Colonies June 25
Flerrn S. F .' Juno M
Hongkong Maru Yokohama Juno 20
N. B. A United States Army trans
port may Ifl erected from San Fran
clcu on the Sth and 24th of each
month, en routo to Manila.
OFFICERS AT KAALAWil
Deputy Hluh Sheriff ChlllltiBWortli
and Speiinl Clllcers Lon Agncw, Mc
Klnnon and Ilamcy Joy hail an expert
tnce early Sucday morning that they
will cave occasion to temembcr for
r.mny a locg day. After raiding several
places la town, the quartet of guar
dlenis of th paso walked out beyond
Plamoml Head to Kaalawal, after a dls
tiler of oholtkno.
Tbe off.tb had a very hard tlmo
oi It cllmblr.c up the ..lountalns. Har
ney Joy fell In'o a hole but did not hurt
hlmsdf. It wau illlforent with tbe
Deputy Sheiiff. In leaping across from
cne Moae to another, he roll into a
great hole ni.J cut his left knee to the
The oHlcerj were not' very familiar
with the lo ality and had It not been
for Japanese, they would ory prob
ably rome bade empty handed. As It
we, they wtro directed to tho place of
Wolff, the ury roan they were looking
McKlnncn and Agnew went first to
Wolff's pltcp to secure some liquor but
the wily German evidently suspected
tomethlng for ho would not "cough
up." Later en. Chllllnsworth appeared
on the eccne. Wolff recognized him and
Marttd on a run for his house. The
officers gave chaso and caught up In
time to lee the (lermun throwing liquor
out of tl.e window.
They put tho man under arrest and
then tfcfie appeared on the scene an
other rr.au with n loaded revolt or. This
was soon extracted from tho fellow's
It was at about 9:30 o'clock Sunday
morning that M Klnnon, tired out from
the nlght't, work, spKl what he b
lleved tn be n small house, some dis
tance up amcug tho tiees. When ho
and Chllllne'Aorth upproached tho ob
Ject. thy 'found It to le a barrel full
of okolehno. This was piled aboard tho
wagon of a Japanese and sent to town.
McKlnnon bad tho piensuro of driv
ing to town In Wolff's rarrlago with
Wolff hlmtelf as driver. Tho caso of ,
the Girraan will cume up la tho Tollco
Court tomorrow forenoon.
THE GHRATEST WEALTH
Many a rich man suffering and sick
would give nil hla wealth for the? re
turn of good health. Rich and poor
can keep healthy If they pay atten
tion to nature's warnings of approach
Inc disease. If vour liver la slueelBh.
If you feel dull .drowsy or Inactive; if j
your heart doesn't pump right, palpi
tates, thumps, sometimes vlgorous'y,
and sometimes fnintly; If your bowols
nro Inactive, or overactive; It your
stomach falls you; If your kidneys fall
to net naturally; your hoalth Is threat
ened; but theio 13 still help for you if
you will tako Ktckapoo Indian Sagwa.
You must act qulckely. Disease Is pro
gressive; you must stop It at once.
KIckapoo Indian Sagwa will do It.
llobron Drug Co., agents for KIckapoo
Instruments filed for record May 21,1001.
First Party Second Patty Class
E J Berlamln D
Luke A sen
See Tal Wau Co
Goo Kim D
C Spreckles & Co M
KelllDJlna Ner Sun?
H C JuJd et al LW Sayres
TDean C W Booth
CW Booth CSprecklcs
A V Callaghan A J Campbell
E O Hall&Son.Ltd J W Austin
Queen's Hospital B Pycroft
E Rycroft L Boiler
N J ile Cinha Farm Cornn
Farm Cornn SW Wilcox
Instruments filed for record May 22, 1001.
J F Woods
A W Carter
J F Woods
W G Irwin
J F Woods
In Whirl of Luaus
On Island of Maui
Walluku. May 20. There will bo
luaus galore in Walluku this week,
t-ast Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs.
Lankan Mahl gave a birthday luau at
their home near the sandhills on the
Walhee side of Ino stream. Tho affair
was very pleasant and was largely at
Stindny, a farewell luau was tendered
tho Misses Holt and Robertson at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. T. 1). Lyons.
Walluku. A largo number of the
young friends of the visitors turned
out for the occasion. They will re
turn to Honolulu about the latter part
of this month.
Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Du
tro will give n luau In honor of the first
anniversary of the birth .of their child
and already many Invitations hae been
Issued. Another luau Is premised next
Saturday evening by Miss Decky
Smytho, of Kahulul and no doubt It
Mil bo largely attended.
CIRCUIT COURT VE8TERDAY.
In Judge Kdlngs' court yesterday tho
caso of Schweitzer & Co. vs. Chas. J.
Flahcl was heard by thp Court without
n Jury, After arsunu-nt tho ease was
taken under advisement. F. W. Han
key represented the plaintiff; Magoon
& Thompson the defendant.
The suit of I.um Sin? ct al vs. M. M.
Lulling, was tnken up by Judge Kdlngs,
and n Jury drawn for trial. Tha action
was to recover the sum of $357.50 as a
hslanrc on n building eontiact. On
motion of Frederick W. Ilnnkoy. coun
sel for defendant, the jury was directed
to find for defendant because the con
tract was signed by only one of thu
Tho Hrst account f J. K. Prender
gast, administrator of the estate ot
Kahalcwal Pearson baB been filed
showing a balance of $139.75 on hand.
Petition for allowance and his dis
charge acompanled the report.
Answer to the libel for dlvorco of
Llbina de Nobrcga has been filed by
tho libelee. Srlvano dc Nobrcga.
It Requires Nerve to stand the strain
of nervous neuralgia, plans In tho face,
head or any portion ot the body. Thesn
pains are quickly stopped by tho uso
of rnnRY davis1 pain-killer.
The relief Is Immediate nnd lasting. Do
not suffer a moment longer but use tho
Paln-Klller as directed. Avoid substi
tutes, there Is but one Paln-Klller, Per
ry Davis". Price 23c. and 30c.
For San Francisco, per P.
XL S. S.
Co.'s City of 1'cklng. May 22. Mrs.
A. IxenberK. child and maid, Mrs,
I'fotcnhaucr, 2 children and maid. Dr.
nnd Mrs.Waltor Hoffman, 2 Ilolto boys,
11. I'. OJcrdruin, E. O. Dulscnhergg.
John Knn, wlf and two servants, Cap
tain and Mrs. I.. Ahlborn, Mrs. Cecil
Flrown, V. A. IMckson, Miss F. nom
ine nnd maid, Mrs, J. Ouderklrk and
child. Mrs. E. Vanucrllp, C. M. 8r-l;
ors. Mrs, P. Ashton nnd child, B. O.
White, wlfo and 2 boys, Mrs. E. S.
Cunha, Miss M. Ilnwcs, Walter Hy
man. Mrs. A. P. Hotallng, Mrs. K.
n. Davis. P. C. Hotallng, Miss A.
McCully, H. C. Kollooif, wlfo and 4
chlldien, Miss Jenny Danke, W. W.
Ludlow, Louis T. Grant. U. M. Whit
ney, T. P. Davidson, W. F. Dolo, A.
For Son Francisco, per O. S. 8. Co.'s
Sonoma, May 23. Dr. Hoffman, wlfu
and 2 llolte boys. Miss llawes,. Miss
Anna Wldemnnn, Mrs. W. I'fotcn
hauer, 2 children. P. C. Hotallng,
Mrs. A. C. Hotallng. C. R. Ilemen
way, Oustav Hacnol, Dr. A. llnenel
and wife, William A. Robinson, J. S.
N'owmarr. C. Welnshank, R. 8. Willi
nniB, V. Wnldron. T. J. Norton. Miss
S. Norton. Miss Knapp. Mrs. L. R.
Itogprs nnd child, MrH. Ormo nnd son,
W. C. Hnre. J. P. Hasklns, R. G.
Henderson, Mrs. Dr. Cooper, Mrs.
.1. II. Johnson, Mrs. J. Cassldy unri 'J
children, Mrs. A. N. Wnchs, J. J,
Sullivan, R. Hanxhurst, Jr., P. J.
Po)fcy, C. N. Spiers, Mrs. R. T. Her
brt and child, Miss E. Rovnolds-,
Mrs 0. P. Reynolds, H. O. Hudson,
Mrs. Hotchklss, George C. Ronrdman,
wlfo. child and maid, C. P. Michaels,
R. E. Starr and wlfo. Mrs. J. 8. Col
lins and daughterMrs. Poster, Mrs.
Parnswortli, Emii A. uernut, Mrs.
C. J. Hutchlns and daughter, Guy
Owens. Miss F. Demlng, Miss M. Tvc
noy, Mrs. T. K. Jrtmes, Mr. and Mrs.
John Ena. E. R. Swain. Mrs. O. J.
Wnllor and fi children, II. J. Nolto,
I Miss R. Nolto. Miss A. Schultie. E.
O. Whlto, wlfo and 2 sons, Mrs
! Gregg. Miss E P
B. Halo and wlfo.
Tho Bulletin, "3 cents per month.
Pmla Alto, Omllfornlm
Has the most ideal school environ
ment in all America-a university
city the most superb climate in the
world and ever social nnd physical
advantage. Tlie equipment of the
school itself U thoroughly modern.
Prepares more students for Leland
Stanford than any other boy's
school on the Pacific coast.
hitk vnn i iut.l u-ira to
FRANK CRAMER, A.M.. Principal
Realty and Maturity Go.
We buy, sell and deal In all kinds of
Real Estate, Leasts, Mortgages, Bonds.
Etc. Loans negotiated, and all kinds of
Lezal Documents dnwnat short notice by
SKinea persons, notary uotK solicited.
Our esneclal feature Is the Issuance of a
2co Investment Certificate, which bears
Interest from the date Issued, this of Itself
Is sufficient, when welt undetstood to
guarantee that our conpany Is, and will
m popular, t-all tor particulars and in
OFFICE, ji KING ST.
PHONE, MAIN I4t.
P. O. BOX, 261
Notice of Removal.
HATCH & SILLIMAN have removed
their offices to the Stangewald Building,
third floor, opposite elevator. i84j-tw
McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd.
Notice Is hereby given that the eleventh
aseisment of ten (10) percent (f 2.00 per
share), levied on the assessable stock of
the McBryde Sugar Co.. Ltd., Is due on
June 1st.. 1001. and will be delinauent
0.1 June 15th, loot.
siocKnoiaets win please maKe prompt
payment at the office of Messrs Theo. H.
Uavfes & Co., Ltd.
r-. x. swANir,
Treasurer, McBryde Sugar Co., Lrd
Honolulu, May nil, 1001. i8o-ot
We hereby bee to notify our customers.
and the nubile generally, that hereafter we
shall Insist on regular monthly settlements
of all accounts owing us.
Any account rtma nlnz unpaid alter the
las day of the month following Its con
traction, will be closed, and stops taken
for Its Immediate collection
METROPOLITAN MEAT Co , LTD
G. J. WALLER. Mansrer.
HONOLULU MARK-T CO., LTD.
Hntf D. H.DAVIS, Manager.
NOTICE OP DISSOLUTION OF PART
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the partnership heretofore existing between
jolin uu'eruitK, rred Harrison and w. J.
England, doing buslurss In Honolulu under
the firm name and style of W J. England
& io., nas tnis ujy oeen dissolved Dy
mutual consent. The W. J. England
Plumbing Co.: Ltd., a corporation, has
succeeded to the business heretofore car
ried on under said partnership name.
uated Apill 20, lost.
1840-iw W. J. ENGLAND.
NOTICE OP ELECTION OP OFFICERS.
At at special meeting of the OREGON
BUILDING CO., LTD., held on the 26th
dat of April, toot, at room 306, Judd
building, Honolulu, the fallowing were
elected the ufficers of the corporation for
the ensuing year :
A. V. Gear President
J. Lando, Vice-President
Victor Hoffman Treasurer
L. A. Postln, Secretary
John F.Riley, Auditor
Dated Honolulu, April 26, 1001.
L. A. ROSTIN,
NOTICE OF ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At a special meeting of the W. J. ENG
LAND PLUMUING CO., LTD , held on the
23rd day of April, 1001, at room ic5, Ju'd
BullolnR. Honolulu, the following were
elected the officers of the corporation for
the ensuing year :
John Ouderklrk President
V. J. England,. ..Vice-President
Fred Ha-rlfon .Treasurer
. F. J. Wllhelm Secret. ry
J. Finney Auditor
Dated Honolulu, April 2), 1001.
1840 tw . Secretary.
Tenders forjtaiai or Hard Poi.
OFFICE OF TIIEJiOARD OF HEALTH.
Honolulu, May 20, 1901.
Sealed tenders for supplying the Leper
Settlement with Palal or Hard Pol, will
be received at this office, until 12 o'clock
noon, Friday, May Jist loot.
The Palal to be freshly made and secure
ly packed In' flour bags and delivered In
good condition at the Kalaupapa landing
In quantities ordered by the Superinten
dent, averaging 400 bundles per week.
The bundles of Palal to be of two sizes
one to weigh 21 pounds net and the other
size to weigh 15 pounds net. Bids lor
supplying for respective terms of two (2)
yeirsj four (4) years; six (6 years, and
eight (8) years are specially Invited;- Sup
ply to begin with thirty days after signing
of the contract.
The ccntractor must file a bord with
approved sureties In the sum of not less
than one thousand dollars (fiooo.) condi
tioned for the faithful performance of the
The Bids shoulJ be endorsed "TenJer
for Palal". The Board of Health does not
bind Itself to accept the lowest or any bid.
-By order of the Board of Health.
, SAVE YOUR PHOTOS.
The prcess of bindine pic
tures under glass is' made so
simple by the introduction of
the Gummed Binding Paper
mat anoe can do it
It v II afT nd a pleasant even
ing s occupation and save your
photos from itiin, to get what
you require at KINU BKU5
and do the work yourself.
Full stock in any shade.
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The Pioneer Japanese Printing office,
The Publlsherof "HAWAII ?HIMPO,',
tha tnly Jally Japancsa paper publlthal
In tha rirtltoryol Hawaii
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tST Editorial and Printing Office, neat
King bridge King street. P O Box 137.
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