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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., MAY 0, 1899.
i Oceanic Steamship Company.
I The Fine Passenger Steamers of This Liuo Will Arrive at an
Leave This Fort as Heroundor.
From San Francisco:
AUSTRALIA May to
MOAN A May 24
AUSTRALIA June 7
ALAMEDA June 21
In oonnootiou with the Bailing of the abovo steamers, the Agents
are prepared to isBUO, to intending passongors, coupon through
tiokots by any railroad from San Francisco, to all points in the
United States, and from New York by any steamship line to all
For furthor particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Go. & Toyo Kisen Kaisba
, Steamers o! (he above camp i" will cull at Honolulu nJ leave thlt port on or about the .
.., d.tcj telow mentioned !....
For Japan and China:
AMFRICA MARU May u
CITY OP PEKING May t)
OAELIC May i
HON KONG MARU ..June. 8
CHIN "" t6
DORIC June )
NIPPON MARU July 4
RIO DE JANERIO July i
COPTIC July it
hor general Information apply to
H. Hackfeld &
AUrSteamera of the above Una. running In connection with the CANADIAN PACiriC RAILWAY CO..
between Vancouver. B. C . anil Sydney. N. S. W., and calllne at Victoria, II; C, Honolulu, Suva (Hl),
and Brisbane are DUIS AT 1IONOLU1.1I on or about the datei below stated, vlit
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, D. C.
Vnt Stiva. FtrtchAne and Svdnevt
Warrlmoo July 7
- -- .. . . 1 . ... .
Mlowera.... September t
Aorancl..... October ei
Mlowera... November 14
Warrlmoo.. December n
Aorangi . August
ftxTThrnueh tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United Stales and Europe. For Freight and
Passage and all general Information, apply to
ll0, Theo.H.Davlcs&Co.,Ltd., Genl Agents.
Lines of Travel.
DIRECT TO THE
The British-American S. S. Line
THE S. S.
" GARONNE "
Will sail from Honolulu
About May 6th, 1899,
For ST. MICHAELS. ALASKA, via
TAtUMA anilbbAl iL,c, wun stop to
enable prospectors to outfit at either port.
The Company operates Its own vessels
on the Yukon River, and Its agents are
prepared to sell through tickets from
Honolulu direct to the Gold Fields, with
only one change of steamers.
The above sailing will open the season
Forfurther Information apply to
. HEHRI WATERHOUSE
O. R. & L. Co.
From and After January 1, 1800.
ex. Sun. Dally Dally
I' itward) ex. Sun. Dally
Honolulu 7 10
Curl City.... (01
A.m. t-.m. r.m.
A M. P.M.
8 o i:$o
F. O. Smith, Oon'l Pass. A Tickot
O. P. Dbnibqn, Suporlntondont.
HENRY BRYANT, Prop.
The atago for Kaneoho, Tlcola, Wal
kane, Punaluu, Lale, Kahuku and way
points, will leave Postofflce, Bethel
street utile, at 0 a. m. (Sundays ojccepU
ed), calling for passengers and pack
ages at Lovojoy dt Co'a, No.lONuuanu
street , ...
IQuStagcs will make the return trip
from Eabuku dally.
For San Francisco:
AUSTRALIA May 16
ALAMEDA May 16
AUSTRALIA lune 13
MARIPOSA June 2)
& Co., Limited
Oceanic S. S. Co.
For San Francisco:
HONkONG MARU ' " Man
DORIC June 1
NIPPON MARU Juna to
RIODEJANARIO Juna it
COPTIC Juna a,
AMTRICA MARU July 4
CITY OF PEKINCJ July 14
GAELIC July 11
Co., Ltd., Agents.
FROM SYDNEY. DRISDANH AND SUVA.
Mlowera....,.)... May to
Aorangl July 5
l-or victoria am Vancouver tu. j:
Warrlmoo.. August jo
Mlowera....' October a j
Warrlmoo. .November aa
Aorangl . . .December eo
Lines of Travel.
Wilte's Steamship Co's
Will loavo nbnnlulu ovory Tuesday at
iu o'clock rm;r touonmg at jaunina,
Maalaea Itny and Makona tlio same
day: Mahukona, Kawalbao and Lau-
pahnehoe die follow) nR' day, arriving
ntllllo Wednesday cvemlng. i
Returning v 111 Mil irOin Illlo every
Friday, at fl o'clock p. m., touching at
Laupahoehoor Mahukoun, Kawalhae,
XtnliAtt.' 'XfnnlflAa' 'Ttitv atitl ' Tjilialna
arriving at Honolulu Saturday night.
Will call at'Poholkl,'Puniion tho
second trip ofi osch months -arriving
there on tho morning r of tho day of
filing from Illlo to Honolulu. '
1 he popular routoi to 'the Volcano Is
via illlo. A good carriago road tbo en
tiro distance. ,
S. S, CLAUDINE
Will loavo Honolulu Tuesday, at 5
o'clock p. m., touching at Kahulul,
liana. liamoa and Klpahulu. Maul. Ro-
turnlng, , arrives at Honolulu Sunday
Will call at Nuu, Katipo, onoo each
-This company rosorves tbo right to
mako changos in tho tlmo of departure
and arrival of Its steamors WITHOUT
NOTICE, and it will .not bo responsible
tor any conaoquoncos arising moro
Consignees must bo at the landing
to rocotvo their frolght. Tills company
will not hold Itsolf responsible for
freight after it has boon landed.
Llvo stock rocelvod only at owner's
This company will not bo rosponsl
bio for monoy or valuables of rmsson
gore unless placod in tho caro of purs-
Passongors aro roquostod to purchase
iickow ueroro omnarKiug. 'iiiose rail'
Ingtodo so will bo subject to an addi
tional charco of twonty-llvo nor cent.
The company will not be llablo for
loss of, nor Injury to, nor delay in, tho
dolivery of baggago or porsonal oflbcts
of tho passongor beyond tho amount of
$100 00, unloss tbo value of tho same
be declared, at or before tho issue of
tlio ticket, ana irolgut is paid thoroon.
All employees of tho Company are
forbidden to rocolvo freight without de
livering a shipping receipt therefor in
tho -form proscribed by the Company
and which may bo soon by shippers
upon application to tho pursers of the
Shippers aro notified that if frolght Is
shipped without such rocolpt, it will bn
solely at the risk of the shipper.
0. T. WIGHT, President.
S. I). KOSE, Socretary,
OAPT. J. A. KINO, Port Sunt,
Beer and Wine Dealers.
i pounds for 2$ cents.
60-pound casks, $4 per cask.
Hop Boor Depot, No. 11 Konta (formerly
Importers, and Wiiolhsalb
Widg anfl Liquor Dealers.
Agentf (or the Bottled Rainier Beer of Seattle.
No. 10 Nuoanu Struct
Foster Blotk. Honoiulu, Hawaiian Islands.
P.O. Box i ir. Mutual Telephone 108.
A close resomblanco to Tloer,
From Kentish Hops. NON-ALCOHOLIC.
" An admlrablo imlLntlnn." Tmlnn
HAWAnAN SODA WORKS.
.QONSALVES tte CO., Ltd
WHOLESALE GROCERS A1NL
225 Qaeen etroot, Honolnla, H, 1,
Jonsoliuated Soda Water Co., L'o
Corner Allen & Fort Stt., Honolulu
HOLLI8TER & CO.,
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Honolulu Chinese ' '
Office at the Hawaiian Chinese News Co.'a
Jt No. H King itreet. Honolulu, H. I
Cooks, Walters, Yardmen, Plantation La
borers, and all kinds of employees furnish
ed promptly on short notice.
This Agencv fully examines all appll
ants for employment as to their compe
tency before sending them to Its patrons.
W. it P. O. Box 04
Dry Goods Store
212 Nuunnu 8trcct,
has opened with an entire new stock of Dry
Goods, Mattings, Camphor Trunks, all
kinds of Japanese and Chinese Silks, Silk
Handkerchiefs, Men's and Ladles' Shoes,
Men's and Children's Hats.
SING LUNG & CO.
Ciiong Sam. Met, (mi-im) P. O. Box ion
W. W. AHANAi
323 Nuuanu St.
Pino Suitings In English, Scotch and
Amorlcan Goods made to ordor.
-Postofflcc box 086.
400 Nuuanu Street.
Chairs of all kinds, Matting,
Cigars', Silk and Chinese Teas.
' CHAIRS of all kind-, Matting,
uuinesa urasa jinon in any color,
Fancy China Silk Handkerchiefs.
KWONCJ HING OHONG CO.,
.iNuuanu auovo King at.
KIS KSB BESTAURAKT
Alakea, between Merchant and King
A First Class Meal at All Hours,
tfB- Luncheon Rooms for Ladles
and Genta. Give us a trial.
joj Nuuanu St., next Exchange Saloon,
Clothing, etc., made to order.
All Suits guaranteed to Tit, and In the Latest Style,
No. 6 Nuuinu St, below Merchant, Honolulu.
MERCHANT : TAILOR.
WSults guaranteed to fit and In latest styles.
Clothing made to order) Uniforms a specialty.
Clothes cleaned and repaired at reasonable rates.
BANKO H. KOBAYASHI,
Fort and Beretanla Sts.
TAKAKI & CO.,
And HOUSE PAINTERS.
M5 Nuuanu street, Honolulu, H. I.
Additional, and the latest Shipping News, will be
round on the eighth page.
MOVEMENTS OP STEAMEKS.
Steamers due and sailing today and lor the next six
days are as follows:
Steamers From Due
Klnau Maul and llawtll ..May 6
Llaudlne Maul May -
Australia -San Francisco Alay to
Mlowita Colonjes. May to
Aorangl Vancouver Ally ,3
Gaelic Yokohama May ij
Steamers For Due
Lehua Molotcil and Lanal May 8
Mlkahala Kauai May 8
W.U.Hall Kona and Kau May o
Claudln Maul May 9
Klnau Hawaii and Maul May 9
Mlowera Vancouver . .... May 10
Aorangl Colonies May 11
Gaelic San Tranclico May t
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
Thorc nro 77,850 bags of euyar
left on Ihu Garden Islo.
Tbo Nero which bad boon an
ohoreclolT poit from tbo tiruo of
bor nrrivnlut Hub port, weighed
anchor tbu uinming early nod
started out on bor long sounding
Tbo Morgan City continued on
bcr way to Manila this morning
at about 8:15. Tbero was not n
very largo crowd down to see bor
off as tbero teas soma misunder
standing as to ber time of sailing.
W J Smilb, wbo was tbo pilot
and navigator of tbo City of Col
umbia before sbe got into trouble
and wbo, remained in Honolulu
until bo found that bo could got
nono of bis wages from lha sale of
tbo ship, h cbiof officor of tbe
Tbe Mikahnla arrivod in port
tbismornipg a day ahead of time.
Sbe did this ho as to be able to go
out again on Monday Tbo Mika
hala will make two trips next week
to clenn up eomo of tbe sugar that
has been accumulating on tbo
Gardon I&le. Sbe will sail on
Monday and return Thursday.
Sailing tbo same day she will re
turn on Sunday as usual,
Tbe S S Garonno nrrived in
?ort and hauled alongside the
'ocifio Mail wharf oarly this
morning wilb-twonty-two passen
gers and a cargo of 81G tons of
general merchandise consigned to
B Waterbouse fe Co. She Bailed
from Seattlo April 25 and was
therefore aboat nine days and a
half getting hero. Tbo Garonno
brought some mail from tbo north.
From Kauai ports, por stmr Mi
kabala, May G A Dreir and son,
A ' A Oropp, V A Kinney, G A
Davis, Dr J Derby, E Lowell, Ah
Chuck, Ah Kwai, Miss Aknnu
boco, 11 D Silliman, H 0 Mobs
man and wife, L E Finkham, M
llosenblendt, E Boohert, J Kaae
and wifo, D Kruso, Miss O Bech
ort and 46 on deck.
Ksmts I Not Agmreaalve.
Washington, April 27. The fol
lowing cablegram has been, receiv
ed by-the Navy Department from
Auckland, April 27. Apia,
April 13. Secretary of the Navy,
Washington : .The receipt of tele
gram of March 2L and April 2 is
acknowledged., .Coal cannot bo
obtained at Apia, and must bo
ordered from Auokland. Every
thing quiet at Apia. I am not
aggressive on Mataafa rebols, but
I am protecting the United StatoB
Consulate, United Statos properly
nnd tho Government established
by tbe Chief Justico of tbo Su
premo Court. KAUTZ.
The Navy Department, in a
footnote to above, announces that
it has already complotod arrango
monts for supplying coal to Ad
miral Kautz and it will soon be at
Quicker Than Verne's Trip.
The Russian Minister of Rail
ways, it is announced in a speoial
despatch from St Petersburg, says
that when tbo trans-Siberian rail
way is completed it will bo possi
ble to go aroand the world in 33
days, as follows: Bremen to St.
Petersburg, one and a half days;
St. Peforabnrg to Vlndivostock,
ten days; Ylndivoatook to San
Francisco by stenmer, ten days;
San Francisco to New York, four
and a half days; Now York to
Bremen, seven days. Total, 33
DONALD At London, England,
March 25. 1690, Mrs. Gcorgo Do
nald, of Laugslde, Scotland, aged
58. (Mother of Mrs. Tom Illack,
Pahala, Hawaii, and J. Wallace
Donald, Makawell, Kuual.
If you want a nice rubber tiro
hack with a careful driver ring up
Club Stable Hack Stand Tel. 810,
and wo guarantoo you will bo
Tho band pln)s tbe following
music nt a concert in Emma aquaro
this afternoon nt tho usual hour:
March Alliaulnn Hall
Ovi-rtuie Jtilly Students Suppo
Waltz Laura Mllloolcor
Selection The Golfha Jones
Fantasia 'J ho Czarina Gannc
Finnic On tho Mlllstrcani
Tho Star Spangled Banner.
Sunday nfternnon the band will
piny ibo following seleclions nt a
conceit on Mukeo Island:
Overture Peter Sehmoll Weber
Itoninnce Ethel Cnnterno
Gavotto Farewell Kappey
Grand International Musical Con
Cornet Solo Thut Low, Soft Re
Mr. Charles Kreuter.
Selection Snlllvnn Songn Godfrey
Fantasia Gnldheetlca Soiree Kllng
Tho Star Spangled Banner.
Keinpn on Waiting Orilire.
Vnllfjo, Col., April 28. Rear
Admiral Louis Kempff, who bnB
been detached from tho U. S. R. S.
Independence, has left Mnre Isl
and for Oakland where ho will re
eido while awaiting orders from
tho Navy Dopartment. Rear Ad
mit al Keropll is one of tho oldest
ofljeers in tbo U. S. Navy ho has
sneu long seivico on tbo Pacific
Water Colors in sets for
children and adults ; also Col
umbian Photo Colors, which
anybody can use successfully.
Oil colors and artists' materials
of all sorts.
110 Hotel street.
Amoricau Messenger Service
Masonic Tomple. Tolephono
Honolulu Messongor Servico de
livers messages and packages:
Nicely furnished rooms at the
Popular Houso, 154 Fort street,
from 41.00 per weok up.
Mocbanio'a Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, week or month. Tormn: 25
and 50 cents por night. .81 and
$1.25 per week.
The hbo of tho Singer ' in mil
lions of homes shows the unpre
cedented succobs of these ideal
sewing machines. It is convinc
ing proof that tho Singer excels
in all kinds of family sewing and
art noedle work. All our sowing
maohincs are of the st construc
tion, beautifully decorated, and
arv mounted on selected woods in
findly finished cabinets of artistio
dosigns.' ,B. Bor'gorson, agent, 1GJ
Mr. John Peterson, of Patout
ville, La., was very agreeably sur
prised not long ago. For eighteen
months ho had been troubled with
dysentery and bad tried tbreo of
tbe best uootors in New Urleans,
besides half a dozen or more pat
ent medicines, bnt received very
little relief. Cbamberlian's Colio,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
having been recommended to him,
he gave it a trial and to bis great
surpriBe,tbroo doses of that remedy
effected .a permanent, cure. Mr.
Wm. McNnmara, a well known
merchant of the same place, is well
acquainted with Mr. Petsrson and
attesta to tlio trqtbof this state
ment. This reraody is for sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Notice to Stockholders o!
the Honokaa Sugar
Stockholders In the above company are
requested forthwith to deliver their Certl
ficates of Stock to the Secretary for the
purpose of having same re-Issued In shares
of the denomination of $20 each. The Sec
retary will Issue receipts for Certificates
delivered him which can be held by the
owner (or other party at Interest), until
such time as the $20 shares are delivered
No Certificates for fzo shares will be Is
sued until all Certificates for $100 shares
Secretary HonoUaa Sugar Company.
Dated Honblulu, May 4, 1800.
The Stockbook of the Honokaa Sugar
Company, will be closed to" transfers from
May 4 to May 15 Inclusive.
Secretary Honokaa Sugar Company.
Dated Honolulu, May 4i 1.
P. O. Box 44t
The Milwaukee Punc
. ture-Proof Tire.
AS RESILIENT AS ANY TlHGiMADE.
Bailey's Honolulu Cyclery,
Sole agents Model ,15: Beebe Bicycles at
f 30. Repairs that are repairs at the .old
reliable 231 King street.
The Club Stables
0. Bellina, : Manaeoi.
Livery, Boarding & Sale Stablet
Prompt Servico. Stylish Turnouts.
Wo aro especially equipped to cater to
your trado. Fair dealing and good ser
vice ih wnai wo (lepontl upon to get It.
we liavo for salo ranuly Carriage and
Driving Horses, ainulo nr double team
Thoy aro In good condition and will bt
sold on favorublo terms. .
Dr. Howat U always in attondanos'at
, ' Cor. Union A Hotel Sts
(Old Ilell Tower).
CAKEFULL AND WELL INFOKMKD
FIRST CLASS CARRIAGES.
IIACKS AT ALL HOURS.
Orders forSurrovn. Wairanottos. SlneW
or Double Teams at a moment's notlo.
Hack Nos. 12fi, 183, 100, 70, 77.
0. IIELLINA. Mpr
Your Roof and
Should be put in thorough repair
before you are washed out during:
the heavy rains.
I stand ready to do any necessary
75-79 KING ST.
Tolephono No. 31.
Ohia, Algerok and Pine Fireveot
Oat and Split (ready for the Stove).
STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH CQAL
WHITS AND BLACK BAND
it Lowest Prioes,- delivered to any pan
HUSTACB & CO.,
SI Qmwn Rtrwt.
TARO PATCH FIDDLES.
Wwkmanthlp and Material Guaranteed. -Reeatrfcc
Comer King and Alakea Sta.. Ilon&ula.
MANUFACTURH OP "
Grill tar s, : TQltnloles,
TARO PATCH FIDDLES.
Workmtnihtp anl material guaranteed. Rtpatrrof
Election of Officers.
The following named persons have been
elected to the Directory of tho Hawaiian
Fruit and Plant Co., Ltd., -viz r i
T. J. King,
L. G. Kellogg,
W. B. Thomas,
To fill vacancies from resignations ot S. J.
Murdock, G. A. Murdock, L. H. Meslck.
Edgar W00J has been elected Secretary
vice L. H. Meslck. The following now
constitute the Officers and Dirrclo'ry of th
Byron O. Clark, Preslde-t.
T. J. King.
L. G. Kellogg.
W. B. Thomas, Tr isurer.
C. H. W. Norton, Auditor.
1200-iw EDGAK WOOD, Secretary
Digging or taking sand from makal side
of Ala Moana Ro id(Be.ich Road) Is strictly
prohibited, any tenon or persons caught
In the act, will be pra.ee ited to ths full
extent of the Law.
W. H. CU.WMINGS,
Road Supervisor, Honolulu.