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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER 1, 188.
Oceanic Steamship Company.
The Fine Paasongor Stonmoru of This Lino Will Arrive at am
Loavo This Port as Hcronndor.
From San Franoisco:
AUSTRALIA October il!)
MARIPOSA November 0
AUSTRALIA November 23
In connection with tbo sailing of tho abovo stoamors, tbo Agents
aro proparod to isbuo, to intending passongors, coupon through
tickots by any railroad from San Francisco, to all points in tbo
Unitod States, and from Now York by any stoamsbip lino to all
For furtbor particulars apply to
We G. Irwin & Co., Limited,
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
Lines of Travel.
O. R. & L. Co.
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K. C. Smith, Gon'l Puss, .t Tickot
G. 1. Uknison, Stiporlntondont.
Told in Pictures
Tho following aro somo of tho viows :
Official landing of Troops.
Prosontlng Nowlands Resolution to
Prosldont Dolo bv Minister SowaU.
Loworlng of ono l'lag and tbo Raising
of tho otlior.
' Last shot of tbo 21 naluting tbo Flag
All Incident, connected with tho coro
At tho old utiiud In Fort street.
piit!H"i Di!lnJi5 are Permanent.
.111 VIT1IANII ST.
F. ANTON SEVERIN PROP'R.
Colorlne and larRC work a specialty. fln's-,AND
VIEWS fur tale. The finest workmanship il the
owestrrltes. Ama'.ur and kodak work solicited.
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it....ikiii C-rurrrr nnn. OiiPCli Emiltlt 1111.
""A.NU.?T-K.LL'' v?-2Sj. Ill N.." . fluted.
i doi. Cabinets, $.
Ohia, Algeroba and Pine Firevood
Out and BpHt (ready for the Blow).
8I0YE. SfEAM BL&CK81UTH COAL
wniTE ANr BliA'Jli ha
MLovcdt Priai, lellveind t anj .iu .
VBfcRP"OV ' '
HUSTAoiO k CO.,
31 Qaoon Ctrtt.
J-J.WitHams Has Thorn
For San Francisco:
MOANA November 0
AUSTRALIA .November 20
Lines of Travel.
Wilders Steamship Co's
0. L. WIQUT, Pre. B. B. KOSE.Boo.
Oapt. J. A. KINO, PortSnpt.
Will loavo Honolulu .-very Ttie'ilay at 10
o'flick A. M., tonoblng at Labainaj Maa
laoa Day and Makena the same day;
Maliukona, Kawolhoo and Lanpabocboe
tbo following day, arriving nl Hilo on
Itetnrnlng, will sail from nilo overy
Friday at U o'clock r. M., toncbinR at
Lanpahoohoo, Mnhukona and Kawaibao
H'iino dayt Mnkoni-, Maalaea Hay and
Lahaina tho followinp day; arriving at
Honolulu Sunday a, M.
Will call at Pohoikl, Pnna, on tbo
neconrt trip of each month, arriving
theroouthu mornlnir of the day of
xxillng from Hilo lo Honolulu.
The (inpulur route to the Volcano Is
via Hilo. A good carrlago road the
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday at 6 r. M,
touohlng at Kahului, Hana, Hamoaand
Klpnhulu, Maul. Returning arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
win can at nun, Jlaupo, on second trii
of each month.
fNo Freight will be received aftei
4 p. is. oi day of sailing. -.
This Oimpany reserves the right U
make ohaages in the time of departure and
arrival of its steamers without notioe and
it will not l9 responsible for anyoonse
quenoes arising therefrom.
uonsignnes must do at tno Landings to
receive their Freight; this Company will
not hold Itself responsible for freight after
it has been landed.
Live Stook only at owner's risk.
This Company will not be responsible
for Money or Valuables of passengers
unlenR placed in tbe oare of Pursers.
Packages containing personal eflbcts,
wbotbor shipped as baggage or freight,
If tho contontH thereof excood $100.00 In
valuo, must bavo tbo valuo tboroof
plainly stated and marked, and tbo
Company will not bold Itsolf llablo for
any lox.i or damago In oxcohs of this
sum oxcopt tbo good)) bo sblppod uudor
a apodal contract.
All omployeos of tbo Company aro
forbidden to rocolvo freight without do
llvorlng a shipping recoipt tberofor In
tbo form preacribod by tbo Company
and which may bo aoon by shlppora
upon application to tbo pursors of tho
Shippers aro notlflod that If frolght Is
shipped without such rocolpt, It will bo
Miloly ut tho risk of tho sblnpor.
Passengers are requested to purchase
tioketi before embarking. Those falling to
do so will be subject to an additional
oharge of twenty-five per cent.
T. B. CLAPHAM,
Ofllco : Tlotol Stnblos. Callt, day or
night, promptly answorod. Specialties:
Obstetrics and tamonoxs. 1005
Graduate ol McGIII University, Montreal.
Has had Itn years practical experience In the treat
ment of Morses, Cattle and Domestic Pets In the
Orders left at Club or Pantheon Statles will be
received and promptly attended to.
Qffcg 610 Fort St. Telephone 785
Office and Infirmary, ' 863 King St
lt&. Modem and Ilumano Treatmont.
Pisssii 1 1( Ji (
Champion Blood Purifiei
Probably nit of our renders l.tiow sotni
JliUiR of (Irorgo W. Walker, of :7 Nniinc
Ht., Hurry HUM, Sidney. N.H. V. Up glvs i
this unusual mid most I cmarkablo vx)M
iJigl - F 1 1 ,.
." After being a victim to typhoid, brain and
rheumatic fevers In 1892, my system wai left
In a debilitated condition, llralrics ht-ltiK
very weak I bad numerous abscesses on tlie
lower part of my back and spine from wlilcli
a great number of pieces of bona wero taken.
As fast as an abscess would appear and was
lanced another would torm. 1 was treated nt
iwo uwercni nospimis witnotit success. Hid
surgeons In attendance Informing mo that I
was suHcrlngfrom blond poisoning. Tho abs
cesses continued to form and I was nover
without pain until six months ago lwas
Induced to try
TVhcn I had token the first bottle I found nn
Improvement and after finishing twelve but.
ties 1 nrtw feel as welt as ever I did In my life.
The old abscesses have nil healed, new ones
liayo ceased to come and my health Is splen
fid BeforoustitB the Snrsaparllla I neighed
154 Ids., and now after mlng n dozen Imttles
my weight Is soo lbs. Is tint this a sure sign
that I bayo been taking the champion blood
purifier of tho world?"
Hollister Bvxxg Co., Ltd.,
Solo AgnntH for thn Itopubllo of Hawaii.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
IF YOU WANT
fhft Betr that nude
Maclariane & Co., Ltd.
SOLE AOKNTS. 1027
Drink Hop Beer!
THE MOST DELIGHTFUL
TEMPERANCE BEVERAGE !
T. 1 EVE 1ST.
Depot, 536 Queen St.
Families supplied nt SI por doz. quarts.
It can bo obtained In all of Its orig
inal purity from tho original Itroham.
This Justly fumed boor 1h particularly
adapted for tho oil ma to of Honolulu.
B3)t.limlly trado a Bpoclalty.
Dopot 17 Konla btreot.
P. 0. llox 185.
IiiroiiTiMtH, anii Wiioi.i:hai.r
Win g mill Liwor Dealers.
Agents lor the Dottled Rainier Deer of Seattle.
No. 10 NUUAM' Stiikkt
Foster Illock, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
P. O. Uox 1 )7.Mutual Telephone o8.
Aclono rosomblanco to Tteor,
FromKcntlHh Ilop-n. NON-AI,COHOU0.
" An admirablo Imitation.' Ixnidon
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS.
Tolophono 032. , '014
On Saturday evonlng, botwoo. tho
residence of Mrs. Hatch and Emma
stroet, a Lady's SHELL HKLT. Findor
will bo Nulutuly rewarded on bringing
tho same to thin olllco, 1055-2t
EDMUND H. HAJtT,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Cnnveyan'T and Searcher ot Records.
Omro Camjilsoll'H lllrx-lc, Merchant St.
Next door to Hawaiian Wlno Co. 1055-1!
Additional, and the latest Shipping News, Mill be
found on the eighth page.
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
The Hawaii will be iu from Ha
waii ports on Thursday or Fridny
with u cargo of firowood.
The Buteehiro is takiDg on bal
last at tho fib-btnarkct whnrf while
(liricbtirging tho lat-t of hor coal.
Tho bnrk ijantiago arrived in
Hilo from San Francieco, October
22 and tho bk C D Bryant on tho
24tb. October 27, the schoonor
tipokaue sailed in ballast for Fort
Tho American bark Oniegn, Har
rington maBter,nrrived in port Mon
day forenoon with a cargo of 9D0
tons of coal. Sho sailed from
Nowcostlo September 8. Tho O.tp-
tain is accompanied by his wife
Tho American bark Sen King,
Wallace master, arrived in port
Sunday with n cargo of 2305
tons of coal from JSnnatmo, li J
for Castle aud Cooke. Sht sailed
from tho above port Octobor let
and was becalmed for about two
Ilennlnjrton I.ens'es Tomorrow.
Tho U. S. S. Bennington, Taus
sig commander, will sail on a
cruise around tho Island of Kauai
tomorrow. Sho will mako her
first stop nt Navviliwili, nftorwards
taking in the other principal places
on the island.
For San Francieco, per bk R P
Rithet, Oct 31 Mr and Hw John
Ena, Dr nnd Mrs Humpbrii. Miss
Morrison, Alien Ronan, Master
For Kapaa, por stmr James
Mnkoe, Oct 31 Mrs Burtleman,
Mrs H J Smith, Miss Smith, Mrs
W J Smith, Miss E R Dwight,
An Ilonekt OtTer,
Dear Editor: Kindly inform
your roadors that if written to con
fidentially, I will cheorfully innko
known to thorn in a scaled letter,
freo of chnrgo, the plau pursued
by wuicli x waB permanently ros
torod to porfoct health and manly
vigor, atter yonrs ot suttering
from JNorvouB Weakness, Uominal
Losses and Sexual Feoblenoss.
I havo no scheme to oot monoy
from any ono. I bavo nothing to
soil or send C. O. D., but nm
simply anxious to muko known
to others who may bo sultorinc as
I did this means of certain nnd
permanent euro. Address. 0.
Johnson, Box No. 003, Delray,
MYIIRK CANAVARItO In this
city, Octobor 31, 1808, by tho Itov.
T. I). Garvin, at the Christian
church pursoiingc, Geo. Christian
Myliro nutl Mnrlnii Cnnavnrro.
Announces tho opening of her
INTERPRETATION . . .
And tholllgher Brunches of Vocal AH
Appointments mntle by mall, box
3GS, or by telephone, 140. 1010
SUSANNE R. PATCH,
Teacher of Voices Piano
Recommonilod by Francis Stuart of
San Francisco, cortlllcatcd pupil of tho
Residence and Studio, nt Mrs. Dudolt'H,
cornor of Fort and Chaplain streets.
Tolophono 158. 1 02(1-1 in
PROF. FRANK W. JACOBS.
Cultivation of the Voice
Residence nnd Studio,
Emma Street, opp. High School Baildin.
Telephone 008. 1022
W. A. Eames
TBAoT dnitan and IjHqdoIin
Studio Y. M. C. A. Building, Room 1
Residence Alako'i House,
THERE ARE OTHERS!
But We Have a Few
. A fine lot at Kalihl. Small rottjepjinJ fhi, Lin
house, etc. Sire ot lot jtoxjjo feet. Will sell on
easy terms. Price, tj.soo.
, A nice home near Oahu College. Houe nearlv
new and In good condition. Large parlor, dining
room, j bed rooms lth closets, bath room, hot and
cold water, ratent W. C, large veranda, servants'
nouse, etc. sue 01 lot, yxuj, nicely planted ulth
fruit and ornamental trees!
). Nice lot adlolnlnr? the above, slreicttca. Im
proved, ready for building. Price $1,500. This Is a
i. Sanm rtn.lrd nnj li.1f,lni. limit aft rnnm.
Nicely furnished; u boarders. Pays $150 per month
to present owner.
S, $1,400 Roomlnr House. iR ronm.. all nl.lv
furnished. Kent $45 per month.
6. House and Lot on Spencer avenue. Lot iox
00. Koom for another house on same lot. House of
"Wanted," You to Remembkr
We do a strictly commission business. If you want to buy c el! call on
L. C. ABLES,
Real Estate and
The Juvenile ElfillxB
Also Bioyole Sundries, siaoJi
Tires, Rims, Spokes, Lamps
If you don't know what you want, our bicycle
R. C. Geer, will help you out.
Iaft V1 I'll ijSasMl
WE ARE SOLE
A NATURAL MEDICAL SPRING V
for IndiRostion, Livor Complaint, Disoascs of tho Ki
and Bladdor, Skin Eruptions, Etc., Etc.
Benson, Smith & C(
Corner Fort and Hotel Pt.rcou..
Cor. Queen and Fort ISts.
Importers and "Wholesale Dealers In
....Hay, Grain, Feotl,....
Flour, Mnato, etc
Our Goods aro Always Frc-h.
Island Orders Solicited.
5 rooms, besides a l.itihcn, pantry, etc. This Is a
bargain at T4,;oo.
t. Nice Cnttane near I'rcupect not k'ui .olanl Sis.
Sire of lot 95x150, 1 me marine vl. .
8. A beautiful home on Punchb" -.lope, contain
ing parlor, dining room and larg. wd Hwims, wlttt
closets. Unal, hot and cold water :. ,v HRht and
up-to-date com enlences well plan'. -1 '.Uhrrrn.itmnt.il
and bearing fruit trees
9. An elegant home on WllJer v.nne lot 100 x
a5. Everuhlngcompl.te and In - ,;atpreenl
rented for $40 per month. This m..-t lv s.in lobe
10. Last, but not te A loveU 'mm,- m the car
line, Oeretanla street: lot tooxjoo.
For four or Mr mnnih tn a )- 1M1 lenant. a
nicely furnlht?J hiue on PunctiN) uh-.
1TW if ITIl jTsW .Tl
1 The stage for Knnenhc, 11
kuntt, I'nimluu, ljvle, K11I11
point', will lenvo ' '
btreut side, nt ). in !-'""
ed), ciillhiL' l..i inociieii' :
t.n.u UJJ V it CV)V, Nn. '
Hflistnges will make thv 1
rom Kahuku dully.
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