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-ifry V? "pl r 1 THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SEPTEMBER 1, 1898. h ' ; 'm k. 7 Lines of Oceanic Steamship Company. TIME TABLE. . Tho Fine Passenger Steamers o This Lino Will Arrive at unr Loavo This Port a8 Horeuudor. From San Franoisco: MARIPOSA...! August 17 MOANA September 14 ALAMEDA October 12 In connection wltl tho sailing of tho above stoamors, tho Ageuti aro proparod to iasuo, to intouding passongers, coupon throuo tiokots by any railroad from San Francisno, to all points in tL Unitod States, and from Now York by any steamship lino to al European ports. For furthor particulars apply to Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited General Agent3 Oceanic S. S. Co. Lines of Travel. O. R. & A Co. aj. B 3 STATIONS. (Outward). g. i A. M. 7 : io 8 SOT 8:7 :a Honolulu .. Petti City. Ewa Mill.. Walinae. . WiUlua . . oil 9M8 10:08 10 i si n : 00 31 10 3 : 41 4:03 4I4J $:io 51 50 6 : 10 o St STATIONS. (Inward). PS (A w -3 3 A A. M. A. M I M. P.M Walalua .. Walanae.. Ewa Mill.. Pearl City. Honolulu . 6-.I1 T : it S 47 8 :o7 a: 19 IMS 4 ! J 5 : 96 to : 09 10! 50 II! )4 la: 15 ra:4S 1 : to I 14! 6 t is 6 sol Y. C. Smith, Gon'l Puss, ,fc Ticket Agont. Q. P. DKNifcox, Superintendent. Photographers. TRAILS. r -Annexation of the Islands ! The Official in Pictures ! 11 Id Tlio following aro sonio of thoviown: Ofllolnl Landing of Troops. Prosontlng Nowland's Ilosolutlon to Ex-Prosldont Dolo by Kx-MlnUtcr Sownll. Loworlng of 0110 Flag and tho nnlsltife of tho othor. Last Hhot of tho 21 Fainting tho Flag. All lncldonts eonnoctod with tho eoro monios. At tho old stand in Fort street. mailestudio, m NUUANU ST. F. ANTON SEVERIN, PROP'R. Colorlne and laree work a specialty. "ln,Sl.,AND VIEWS Tor sale. The fint workmanship t the lowest prlce. Amateur and kodak work solicited, M1K.AUU PhotographGallery .doaneVk&'cuted. Daw's Platinum PictnM are Penmenl PhotGOTliic Co , Ltd. Announces the opening of her classes In VOICE BUILDING, 1 INTERPRETATION . . . 1 Vntl UioIIIgherBranchesofVocal Art Appointments nuule by mall, box 308, or by tclcphoiio, 14(1 . 10.0 I.I Has 1 horn WSV HiiKH Travel. For San Franoisco: MOANA August 17 ALAMEDA September H MABIPOSA October 11 Lines of Travel. ilders Steamship Co's TIME TABLE. 0. L. WIGHT, Trei. 8. B. ROSE.Beo. Capt. J. A. KINO, PortSupt. Stmr. "KINAU, CLARKE, Commander, Will loove Honolulu every Tuesday at 10 o'clock A. M., touohltig ut Lahalnaj Maa laoa Bay and Mnkona the same day Mahnkona, Kawnlhao and Laapohoehoe tho following day, arriving at IIllo on Wednesday. Returning, will sail from nilo every Friday ut 8 o'clock p. m., touching at Lanpahoehoo, Mahukona and Kawaihao H'liuo dayi Hakenn, iloaluea Bay and Lahaina tho following day; arriving at Honolulu Sunday a. M. Will call at PohoiUI, Pnna, on the second trip of each mouth, urrivlug there on tho morntm: of tho day of milling from Hllo to Honolulu. The popular route to the Volcano le via Hllo. A good carrlngo road the entlie illi-tance. Stmr. CLMJD'INE, CAMERON, Commander. Will leave Honolulu Tuesday at 6 p. m.i touching at Kahalul, liana, Uamoaand Kipahuln, Maul, ilotnrning arrives al tlonoluln Sunday mornings. Will call at Nun, Eanpo, on second trij of each month. X?"No Freight will bo rocoived aftei 4 p. m. 01 day of nulling. Tliln (1 imnnnv rpaArvA. th tnl.4 .. I make changed in tho time of departure and arrival 01 its steameru wituout uotlco anf it will not be responsible for any conse quences arising therefrom. Consignees must be at tho Landings tc receive their Freight; this Company will not holditsolf responsible for freight of tei it has boon landed. Live 8 took only at owner's risk. This Compauy will not bo responsibh for Money or Valnablos of passengers nnloss placed in the care of Parsers. Packagos containing porsonal oiTocts, whothor shipped an baggngo or frolght, if tho coutontx thoroof oxcood $100.00 In valuo, must havo tho vnluo thoroof plainly htutod and inarkod, and tho Company will not hold itsolf llablo for any loss or damago In oxeoss of this sum oxcopt tho goods bo shlppod undor a special contract. All employees of tho Company aro forblddon to rocolvo freight without do llvorlug n shipping recolpt thorefor In tho form prescribed by tho Company and which may bo soon by shlppors upon application to tho pursers of tho Company's Stoamors. Shlppors aro notlflod that if frolght Is shlppod without such rocolpt, It will bo sololy at tho risk of tho shlppor. Passengers are requested to purchase ticket j before embarking. Those falling to do so will be subject to an additional obarge of twenty-live per cent. Veterinarians. T. B. CLAPHAM. Olllco : Hotol Stablos. Calls, day or night, promptly answorod. Spoclaltlos: Obstetrics and Ijuiioiiohh. 1005 A.R.ROWAT.D.V.S. Graduate o( McGIII University, Montreal. Has had ten years practical experience In the treat ment ol Horses, Cattle and Domestic 'Pets In the Hawaiian Islands. Orders lett at Club or Pantheon Stables will be received and promptly attended to. Office 610 Fori St. Telephone 785 J.R.Shaw,D.V.S. Oifico and Infirmary, - 863 King St. TKLKPIIONE 700. t3F Modorn and Uumano Troatmont. L-rxT-ggg j HI? l SHIPPING NbWS. Additional, and the latest Shipping News, will be found on Hie eighth page. TIDES. 1 W K r-ib. kjcT hi' s s. SP FSI "3 J-. u - r "J z?.i '11. m. 'p.m. In. 111. I) 111. 0. o.r.o. 6JJ.li. 111 12.47 Mondny, 'fucstlay I 20 0.51 0.20,11.67 2.09 3.5.'. WetlncMthiy.. ..21 7.511 7.2.n.m . . ... .. iiiurstiiiy zz H.ui u.au Friday 23 10.12 11.20 0.42, C.22 1.64 0.18 p.m. 11.111. Rntlirdnv "d f 1.I9 .,,. U.OU .l.d'J I 11.111.' ! Suntlay 25 12.22 0.32 7.27 5.22 The Standard time whistle wound ut 12h. Om. 0s. fmltinlght), Orcciiwlch time, which Is Hi. 30m. p. in. of Ha waiian Standard time. MOVEMENTS OF 8TEAMEHB. Steamers tluo and to sail tomorrow ami for tho next six days aro as fol lows: AnniVE. Steamers. From. Doe. Gaelic China and Japan .Sept 3 Coptic San Francisco Sept 23 Leiiua Molokal and Lanal Sept 24 Klnau Maul and Hawaii Sept2o AV O Hall-Kauai Sept 23 Clautllne Mnul Sept 25 Warrlmoo Sydney Sept 28 Mlowera Victoria Sept 30 MaunaLoa Maul autlHawall...Sept3o Upolu Kohala anil Kona Sept 30 DEPAUT. 8teamers. For. Ujiolu Kohala and Kona.. Bails Sept 23 .Sept 20 Sent 21 uaeiic Han Francisco., Coptic China and Japan MaunaLoa Maul anil Hawaii .Sept25 Leiiua Molokal and Lanal. Klnau Maul and Hawaii Clautllne Maul W G Hall-Kauai Warrlmoo Victoria Mlowera Sydney Sent 20 Sept 27 Sept-27 Sept 27 ,Sept 28 ,Sept 30 Clironlc Dlnrrliora Curril. This is to certify that I havo bad chronic diarrhoea pver siucp tho war. I pot so weak I could hnrdly Avalk or do anything, Ono hottlo of Chnmherlain'e Colic, Cuolora and Diarrhoea Eeinedj cured mo eon ml and well. J. It. GibbB, Eincatt'o, Yn. I had chronic diarrhoea for twolvo years. Tliren hollies of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Hoinedy curod mo. S. L. Shavor, Fiucasllo. Va. Both Mr. Giblis nud Mr. Shaver aro prominent farmers and reside near Fiucat-tle, Va. They pro cured tho remedy from Mr. W. E. Cnspcr, n druggist of that jiIhco, who is well acquainted with them and will vouch for the truth of thoir statements. For salo by all dealers, Benson, Smith & Co., Qo.ioral Agents. Markets. BEST OF MEATd. Fumlllos doslrlng toudor roasts, juicy steaks and chops should call on tho Central Meat Market Wo niako a specialty of family trado and soil tho best at rcasonablo flguros. H. E. GARES, Proprietor. 214 NtttuinuSt. Tolophono 101. CityMeatMarket JOSEPH TINKER, Propr. Family and Shippino Butciirk. ("Poultry and tho choicest of moats kopt, J Vegotablos frosh ovory inoriitng, I All ordors quickly doliverod. NUUANU STREET 1007 TELEPHONE 289 108 KING STBBET. G. J. Walleii, : : Manager "NVholosalo aud Bolail Butchers AND Navv (DiiDaitractoTSi Refrigerated Poultry -AND Fresh Salmon CONSTANTLY ON BAND. n i . SJtX i . flefoopoliton Rjeat do. Telephone 45. ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT! Tho Miknh-.lu will lib ly sa I tomorrow for Ilrim.ikua autl Kau. 'ihe eclnoiiprH.Lndy aud Ada both cailod for Koolau yebterday. After qiiitn an absence from thispurt Win Ki1huh llou return d last evet.iu j. Sh- hrouiiht tun- rollers fi 0111 Kukaiau for repairs. It Will bo lmuussiblo for tho Colusa to got aay indayastho has not bono afilo as vot to lako on a sulli uont amount of ball6t. Purser Kellov of Ihe Noeau loft for Kau ou tho Mauua Loa this forouoou. Ho will vUit at thi htitiie of Mr. and Mra. J. T. Slacker, Ililo. Tho Iolttui is discharging about forty tons of coal ou Brewer'H whaif. Captain McOlure says ho will get away for Hongkong about iho cud of next week. Tho Albert brought u lot of irou frauiewoik for Oahu planta tion. Ca tain Griffiths' trim ves eel is discharging her cargo in une enapo at tuo Uceamo wharf. Froight la piled up on all sides. Tho Araorican barkontiDO Plan ter, Dow master, arrivod in port aily last evening after a trip of 15 days from Lnyean Ieland with a carico of 800 tons of ferlilizor. Tin Planter made tho round trip 111 31 days. It took six days to go down, ton to load and 15 to re turn. IM POUTS. From Kauai, por stmr Mika halo, Sept 21 210 bags rico. PAS3ENQEI18 DEPAUT. For Kauai, por stmr W G Hall, Sept 20 Dr A J Derby, Mrs O U Spuulding, H E Cooper, J Camp bell, Cubb Gay, Mies Gandall, O A Knudseu, H U Garstin, wiii and child, V H ltico and wife, W O Nte Hiiiu, J Cooke, Mies "Wind Mrs Kabale. For Kapaa, por strar James Mhkcp, Sopt 20 Aoi, wifo aut child, Mijs M A Smith. For Maui pr rts. per sur Claudino, Sopt 20 Kahului: Miss Zigler, Mis Wiitson, Miss Alex ander, Miss L Jo-hurt, G J ItiifS, JLCfke, Boy J M Lewis, Goo Kiiliurtsnu and wifo. A Enrs aud wife. liana: Mrs G A Hanson. Naliiku: II Boater. For Maui and Hawaii port, por slmr Mauna Lna, Sopt 21 1? W Cartt r and son, J H Portpnun, T H Gib-on, M Khup, Mrs H Sharp, Maslpr Mak'kim, Mrs Geo Clark mill children, Mm Ilobiun, IT Ka balepuna, Mi'bs Cassie, Miss Cur-ti-, W M Scott, U Howell, J W Brown. L W Doyle, Judge Stan ley, Mr Whitoliouso nud wifo, Sum Dowicti, J M Oat, M J Alapai, 11 W Jones, wife and children and MiH Mahaln. PA88ENaEI18 AltltlVED. From Kauai, per simr- Mika hala, Sopt 21 Mrs Knnowauu nud 5 ou deck. Hnm Nniicl Concert. The hand will give a concert at Sans Souci, Waikiki, this evenii g, complinientniy to tho officers ai d mon of tho American troops now lioro: taut 1. March-Stars and Stripes Forever Sousn Overture Siuiiiraiiililu Il'isslnl Selection Bohemian Olrl Ilalfe (.11) Duel-My Sweetheart Went Down With the Maine The Misses Annie and Minnie Ka noho. . (h) Solo and Chnrus-Mlkioi I). Moe. PAIIT II. Cornet Solo Tho Surf Mr. Charles K renter. Medley--Hecollcctlon of the War Beyer Walt- Blue Danube Strauss MarchThe Garrison Berger The Star Spangled Banner. Mulhr unit Hon. "Hood's ShTMipHrilln lias cured mo of rheumatism anil neuralgia when I could find no lolief from nuyihini! else. My son also suf fered f ir years from nouralyia and boils, butcinco Inking Hood's Sirsuptirilln he Iihs had uo symp toms of theso diseiiFes." Mrs. Annie McGowen, 8 North 10th Stieet, Temple, Texas. Hood's Pills nro easy to tako, pnsy to oporalo. Curo iudiges tion, headauho. Nicely furnished roouiH at the fopnlar Houso, 154 Fort streol, from SI .00 uor week up. MeolianiCB1 Home, oorner Hntol unci Nuuiuni streets, lodging by lay, wosk or month. TormB: 26 ind 60 centu por night, jl, and $1.25 nor wt-ek Amorican Mossenger Sorvice, Mn'onio Temple. Telephone !. Honolulu Messongor Service do livers meenngO!, and puckogca Teltphouo 378. Miscellaneous, R 1 hlililiYJ ri-f-YOvuTii 1 jm ) . w u 1 4 ? w f' TTnilsssssssfl P&JBsssssssssssssssssBf4Ba3ssH' AVBssssssssaissssnssBsssaissssBslT Ussl Agents for following BICYCLES: The Well-known- Tile Unexcelled The Up-to-Date The Juvenile Elfine Also Bicycle Sundries, such as Tires, Rims, Spokes, Lamps, Etc. If you don't know what you want, our bicycle man, R. C. Geer, will help you out. WE ARE SOLE T1R0WMA s, SSfW&SDWiMiSflSiAJM'W f A NATURAL MEDICAL SPRING- WATER for Indigestion, Livor Complaint, Disoasos of tho Kidnoy and Bladder, Skin Eruptions, Etc., Etc. Benson, Smith. & Co. Corner Fort and Hotel Streets. Hirano! Hirano! Hirano! A Natural anil Eilbrvcscont jMinornl Water. Iiottleil in its natural state at Hirano Springs. Highest Award World's Fair in 1893, Medal and Diploma. "An Aiiculino "Wulor, woll-carbonatcil and woll-bot tied, porinanont in quality, clear and sparkling, a good table wator." So said tlio officials at tho Fair. For Sale toy W. C. PEACOCK & CO.,Ltu S?:t DuiidriilVwlll not curo ltnolf. To bo froo of It you nitiKt trout your lmlr and scalp with wuno roiiiedy Our Dandruff Killer proparod anil sold only by uh la "Warranted to Ouro I Paoheoo & Fernandes, Arlington Ulock, Ilotol Stroot. The r.vcninri uuiiciin gives jiiau lhe news for 75 cents n month. - Eldredge Victor -Crawford fLsss m? A&ENTS FOR BY AUTHORITY Irrigation Notice. Holders of water privilege orthoxo Iiaylng water rates, aro hereby noti fied that tho hours for Irrigation pur poses are from 0 to 8 o'clock a. 111. ami from 4 to (I o'clock p. in. , II. Holders of water privileges on tho slopca of IViiehbowl above (lieeu street, anil in Xiiuanu Valley ubovo School Htrcet aro hereby notlllctl that they will not bo restricted to tho Irri gation hours of 0 to 8 a. m. and 4 to 0 p. 111., nut will bo allowed to Irrigate wheiievcrHUlllclont water Isavi llnhlef provided that they do not urn) tho watei for Irrigation purposes fur more than four hours in every twenty-Jour. ANDUHW BltOWN. Supt. Honolulu Wator Works," Approved: J. A. KINO, Mlnlntorot Intuilor. Honolulu, II. I,. Sept. 7, lb93 1010-tf v W4Ef i 4 "i f 1 t h 'ii t .. 4iu . i , tXi .