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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLUI.U.-Tv II., TUESDAY, JANUAIIV 8, 1901.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO. ,
Alameda , Jan. 8 Zealamlla ; Jan. 20
Zealandla Jan. 23 Sierra Jan. 2'J
Sonoma Jan. 29 Mariposa Feb 13
Mariposa Feb. 9 Alameda Feb. 18
Sierra Feb. 19 Zealandla ', Men. 6
Zealandla'1 Men. 2 Sonoma Mch. 12
Ventura ,...Mch 12
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In connection with the sailing of the above steamers the agents ire pre
pared to Issue, to 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 Co.
Occlfalal and Oriental Steamship Co, 0 Toys Klsea Kaislia
. .lit turn of tbt ifcoM conptat will call at Honolalu and Itavi taltaerlo or aboittfc
... .4ua talow atslloDtd t .
For Japan and China:
City of Peking January 15
flattie . .! 1. .... JiBtiaryi
Monjk?nc Miru , Jsnuary jt
China February 8
Doric February 16
Nippon Mam , 4. February
Pr central lo form a 'J on fpy
H. Hackfeld &
aWS:,iiure ot rj. tbOTi Mm, ratline Id connection with Ut CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
m Vascourer, B. C, an! Syin.r. N. S. W., ul calllnr t Victoria, C. C, Honolulu aod Bilit.nl
"IK AT HO.NOLUI.I' on or about tla aataa balov latta' vlti
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C,
M'owtra Jan 19
Aoranfl Feb, 16
Warrlmoo Mar 16
Mlrfwra , .April 11
Aorangl , ,, .May 11
Warrlmoo ..... .June 8
WTttrovrti tickets Isauad Iroa Hooololu to Caoada, UttUd Slatat ie4 Caropt.
raeaaf aaa an genera, inrornauon, apply 10
Theo. H. Davlcs &
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN
S. S. Hawaiian will be dispatched from New York oa or before
January 15 for San Francisro, en route to Honolulu.
To be followed by 6. S. Orefionlan. March loading.
Freight received at company's wharf, 42d Street, South Brooklyn,
at all times. For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSE,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
BOARDING AND LIVERI
Rigs sent to any part of the
HACKS -AT -ALL -HOURS
Walkikl Bold, - Walklh .
TEL. BLACK 141.
RING UP THE. ...
Livery, Boarding and
bales btabies, : : :
118 FORT STREW
Stable- 'Phoney 477
Hack Stand 'Phone., 819 and 7.
0. H BELLTKA.
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Black Sand
v In Quantities to Suit....
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
1- Dump Carts furnished by the daj
on Hour's Notice.
H. R HITCHCOCK
Merchant St., In M. D. Monsarrat's otnee.
THE UNION EXPRESS CO.
Drays tor Freight
Our representative meets all Incoming
steamers from the Coast aid we checw
baggage on aH'outgoIng steameM.
Wblte aid Black Sand Spt Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin. 2:0 King
street. Tel. 86.
W. LARSEH, Wfl.
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
1 Fine Job Printing at
For San Francisco:
Homrkotiff Marj .J
China t Jan. tS
Dirlc January to
nippon maru .. 1 ternary
Coptic...... ........ ... ,v ...February 19
Co., Ltd., Agents.
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISOANB
For Victoria aos Vancouver (B.C.):
Aoranjl , ..Jan. 16
Warrlmoo'.... ....... Fetvij
Mlowera. . Mar. ij
Anting, ...... Aft) i-
Warrlmoo Mav 8
Mlowera ...... .. June 5
For Frelfbt as 4
Co., Ltd., Gcn'l Agents.
' 8 m?-nv
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,
M5 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. Co.
1. Sub. tnr
F. C. Sunn, Oen'l Paw. 4 Tlokot
i. P. DnwiKOH.
Violin - Studio
Room 4, Love Building.
Mrs, Addis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, " MlAnon "
720 Beretanla street; Tel. 1114. i637-tf
B. K. KAAI,
Teacher of ' ' .itar, Mandolin, Zltb
Ukulele and Taro Patch,
Orders to be left cure of Wall, Nicholi
Oo f "VvrtrouiMuloOo.'i 1J
News of Shipping
Along Water Front
On December 20 tlio ship Columbl-i
nrrlvcd at Port Townsend from Knlm
lul. The llrltlsli ship Antlopo with Cap
tain Murraj- at the helm, has left Kii
hulul for Ladysmlth, I). C. In ballast.
The steamer Keauhou will receive a
thorough overhauling, Imlng beel
taken from her regular run for that pur
pose. Tho steamer Kllauea Hon which was
recently wrecked on the beach at IIIlu
was advertised to be disposed of Jan
Tho steamer Walaleale departed yes
terday for Kcalla and Kllauea, as like
wise tho steamer J". A. Cummins for
The barkentlne Skagit 11 days from
Puget sound, has arrUed nt Hllo with
n enrgo of lumber consigned to II
Hackfeld & Co.
Tho American schooner Mctha Nel
son has left Kaliulul for San Franclsci
In conmiatid of Captain Christiansen
with n cargo consisting of 11,000 Ijjrs
The steamer Claudlnc took up today
tho regular lun of the Klnati to Hllo
ports nnil left at 12 o'clock noon. It Is
understood that ihe Klnau will receive
r. thorough overhauling.
The bark Alta Is discharging her
cargo of coal for Uncle Sam nt N'avv
dock No. 2. Ono cannot help but ad
mire the splendid lines of this vcsaM
and her general nrrangement through
out. Somo heavy sugar mill machinery Ir,
being discharged from vessels lying
along the wawter front. Ono pleco li.
particular weighing fifteen tons wjs
hoisted out of the hold of tho Kalulanl
yesterday. It was a bed plate for nn
Captain Wuhrmann of the (lerm.in
ship JInrle Hackfeld entertained quite
a number ot his Honolulu friends "n
board ship last evening. A line dinner
was served after which music and
dancing were Indulged In. Music was
furnished by the Poo Koo band, tho
members of which belong to the crew
Christmas was a quiet day along tho
water front of San Pranclsco, some of
tho ships wcro decorated, notably the
transport Hancock, which was bedeck
ed from stem to stern with Its signal
(lags, and shone resplendent In n coat
of white paint with tho national shield
In brilliant colors at the bow.
The Marie Hackfeld now discharging
at lrmgnrd wharf will make rapid
clearance and leavo for Portland to
take on wheat for Liverpool. It Is n
sight worth seeing to step on her derka
after the day's work of discharging
freight Is over. Tho hatchways are
covered and tho decks nre thoroughly
The mnrrlage of Miss Lena IC. Halt
and Howard V. Adams took place
last evening, the Itev. W. M. Klncild
performing the ceremony. The affair
was n very quiet one, there being none
but tho relatives and most Intimate
friends of the contracting parties pres
ent. Mr. nml Mrs. Adnms will leave
this afternoon for Kauai In tho Kaim'.
Returning, they will take tho steam r
to Hawaii, there to spend their honey
moon. N. C. Walton, the obliging purser of
the steamship .Mariposa thut departs
from hero last Sunday for the Coast,
has been nttached to that steamer for
the past three years. He feels proud
of tho recent achievement of tho Mar.-
posa In beating the best time she ever
made between Sydney and Honolulu by
twelve nml ono half hours. Mr. Walton
was for n long tlmo In the sorvlce of
tho old California and Mexican Steam
Passing along tho wnter front last
evening the strains of music could be
heard emanating from gome vessel at
ono of tho wharves, Proceeding In the
direction from whence the sounds
came tho ship Marie Hackfeld was
found to bo tho center of attractlnn.
Tho members of the crew were gather
ed, In tho forward end of tho vessel nn.l
with numerous musical Instruments
such as a triangle, accordion, fluto,
guitar and other Instruments were
producing excellent music. Along the
water front this latest acquisition to
tho musical fraternity of Honolulu
has been nicknamed tho Foo-Koo band.
Thp steamer Nlthau of the I. I. Co.
left tho wharf yesterday afternoon at.
4:20 for Kaunakakal to load machin
ery from tho defunct plant of tho Am
erican Sugar Company for the McHrydo
plantation at Kleele. As the steam
er took on no freight hero Captain
Thompson concluded to pull away from
tho dock and take no chances of los
ing his crew who nre wont to come
ashore and Imbibe too freely of swipes.
Proceeding on her way ostensibly for
Knunakakal Bho dropped anchor neir
the bell buoy thero to remain until
mtdnlHht when she could mako no.'
urn and roach Kannakakal at daylight
this morning. Ab the steamer Wala
lealo passed tho Nllhnii whistles were
blown which nttracted tho nttontlcn
of people on the wharves who wcro
under tho Impression that tho Nllruu
was In distress. The tug Fearless put
out to tho steamer at once when the
truo conditions wcro ascertained.
One of tho most pleasant uffalrs oc
curred last Satmday evening at the
hat dono In IhoutanJf nf raa.
IT CI DCS RII1LBE, Sml for
uuukitT NO. 1, ' AJJrm
flajnetlc Clastic TruaaCo.
6jo MuUt Strrtt, SAN FRANCISCO
offices of the Custom House Inspectors
whero the entire force of the govern
ment had gathered to show their ap
preciation of one of their brother toll
ers who has recently retired from tho
service. Promptly at 5 o'clock the
entire force nppearcd headed by In
spector Oeorgo W. Krister who on be
half of his co-workers presented genial
Tom White the retiring Inspector, with
n handsome set of carvers with sterling
silver handles. Mr. White has been
connected with the Custom House de
partment for some time and leaves tho
employ of the United States Govern
ment to engage fn the cattle business
at Knna. Mr. White wll shortly h
married to Miss Kllzaheth Itay, the
ceremony taking place nt the resldcnco
of tho bride's parents nt Kona.
Prom all accounts the two belated
IlncrB which reached the port of New
York on December 23 had a pretty hard
tlmo of It. Ono nns La Normandle.
two days late. Her passengers had had
all they wanted of wind and fog and
sen, but not as much 11s tho 110 passe n
gers of the State of Nebraska, which Is
usually nn eleven day boat from (Has
gow, but which this time spent nine
teen days In making the trip. Had
wenincr uegan wlien the vessel was
four days out from Glasgow. For five
days tho ship mado less than ninety
knots n day, and on tho ninth day out
only fifty knots. Tho seas had been
stendlly Increasing In size. An nccl
dent happened to the engines on De
comber 11th , but this, nfter thre-o
liejutB' work on the part of the englnesr,
was repaired. Next day n sen came
nboard that stoe two port .lifeboats
and smashed the railing on tho bridge.
William Thompson, n fireman, was
caught and thrown against tho rail,
breaking two of his ribs. Two more
breakdowns happened to thn engines
after this, duo to overheated Journals
and n bad steamplpe. They wcro re
paired without much trouble, however.
On tho 18th tho gales abated.
Tho steamer Hawaiian built for th?
Amcrlcnn-Hnwnllan Steamship Co..
was recently launched nt Iloach's ship
yard. Chester, Pa. Tho essel has a
length of 135 ft. over all; 51 ft, beam;
32 ft. to water bottom; gross tonnaga
fi.OOO tons. The propelling machinery
of the ship will consist of a verticil
triple expansion engine with cylinders
27, Ui and 76 In. In diameter, by 48
In. stroke, designed to Indicate 2,503
horso power nt sea. The steam will be
supplied by four large steel Scotch
boilers, each 14 ft. 9 In. In diameter and
10 ft. C In. long, weighing about 45
tons each, working with n natural
draft with a common stack, 80 ft. high
abovo the grate. A large donkey boil
er, 9 ft. 6 in. In diameter, and 10 ft.
long, built for 90 pounds' pressure, will
nlso the supplied. The coat bunker
capacity Is 1,000 tons, Including the
reservo blinkers. An electric light plant
with a capacity of 100 lR-eandle power
lamps will bo supplied and bo ample
for lighting the ship well. The Hawn
llan has been designed to carry 8.250
tons of freight on n draught of 26 ft.
at mean sea of 10 knots per hour. In
smooth water, loaded, the ship should
bo nblc to make at least 11 knots an
G001I filcd Hcexpcncc
When nil was ready for tho passen
gers to como ashore from the steamer
Alameda upon her arrival in tin
Francisco recently, ono of the first to
reach tho gangplank was Joseph Zell
clch, who has mado tho Coolgardlo gold
fields of Australia his homo for several
Deputy Inspector of Immigration de
la Torre was on hand to greet him.
"How much money have you?" asked
"I haave but seexpenee, mecster." re
plied Zellclch. who feared that he' was
about to bo assessed for polltnx, roid
tax. Inheritance and various other
kinds of taxes,
Zellclch, to provo tho truth ot hli
poverty, exhibited the lone sixpence
of Her Majesty's realm. He was duly
declared to bo a pauper and hustled
back to tho steerage. A friend In the
steerago finally explained to Zeltclch
that unless ho displayed enough wealth
to buy several square meals In this
port ho would bo sent back to Sydney.
He finally displayed to tho Inspector 11
belt about his waist In which ho had
eighty Bank of England notes of the
five-pound variety. The Inspector
thought tho nmount sufficient to entitle
him to consideration and pormttcd him
Bscope ot the Lodore.
News was brought to Victoria by the
II. M. S. Mlowera on December 27 ot
tho capsizing ot the British ship Lo
dore whllo waiting nt Newcastle for a
coal cargo for the west coast of South
A heavy storm raged on December
1st, ami tho Lodore, owing to her ex
posed position, received tho full force
of tho storm. It struck her on the port
quarter with such forco that Bho heeled
over and swung around. A second
squall struck her, and sho turned over.
Fortunately sho was moored In shal
low water of n depth of not moro than
fourteen feet, and her masts swd
her from turning turtle. Tho hands
on board, thirteen In nll.Ohnd a sensa
tional esrape. Hnd tho mabts snapped,
nnd surprise was expressed that they
did not, all would have been drowned.
Some were almost caught on the
ovei turned vessel and haiMnbo hauled
out with ropes. Tho vessel quickly fill
ed, and In n few minutes was down
within about two feet of tho combings
of the top hatch. It Is not thought that
sho can bo raised,
TO CUIlK A COLD IN ONE DAT
Take Laxatlvo Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tho money If It
falls to cure. E. W. drove's signature
Is on each box. 25 cent.
Thomas Square Muntc.
The band will play the following 3o
lections at a c6ncert In Thomas Square
at the usual time this evening:
D Clarinet Solo Autumn Leaves.
Mr. D. K. Naone.
D Cornet Solo The First Kiss ...
Mr. Charles Kreuter.
Piccolo Solo Auld Lang Syne....
Mr. D. Nape.
Four Hawaiian Songs
fa) Ke Aloha Ihlkl Mat.
(b) Na Molokama.
Miss J, Kelllaa.
(c) He Inoa no Walplo.
(d) Nan! Halll 1 ka Lehua.
Mrs, N. Alapal.
Four Waltz Songs
(a) Sweethearts Again.
(b) A Hunch ot Daisies.
(d) I Love Somebody.
Miss Kelllaa and Mrs. Alapal.
Ilassoon Solo Love In Idleness ..
Mr. I. Akana.
Ruphonlum Solo The Message....
Mr. I. Kaaa.
K Clarinet Solo Scenes That Are
Mr. Charles Pallkapu.
The Star Spangled Banner.
JUDD In Honolulu. January 6. 1901.
to the wife of A. F. Judd, a son.
The United States torpedo boat
Ericsson has sailed from Hampton
Itoads. She will be one of the torpedo
fleet which, accompanied by tho battle
ship Alabama, will shortly sail to Join
the North Atlantic squadron on Its
nnnu.il winter crulso In the tropics.
The flagship Kearsargo nnd the Massa
chusetts have Balled from Hampton
Roads for Pensaeola. nnd the rendez
vous will be made somewhere In thu
What n wonderful Discovery Is
PAIN-Klllert It not only cures the ills
of the human family, but Is also the
sure remedy for horses with colic. It
has never been known to fall In a cure
of the worst cases; and for sprains,
galls, etc., It never falls try It once.
Directions accompany each bottle. Sold
by druggists generally. Avoid substi
tutes, there Is but on Paln-Klller, Per
ry Davis'. Price 25c. and 50c.
TO WHO.KI IT MAY CON
CBRN. The following provision Is contained In
Section No. 10, of the "Act to provide a
Government for the Territory of Hawaii,"
approved April 30, A. D., 1900, viz :
"That all contracts made since
August twelfth, eighteen hundred
ar.el ninety-eight, by which per
sons are 'eld tor sen he tor a de
finite term, are herebvdeclared null
and void and terminated, and no
law shall be passed to enforce
said contracts In any va ; and It
Jhall be the duty of the UnlteJ
States Maishal to at once notify
such persons so he d of the ter
mination of their contracts."
Now. therefore, I, Daniel A. Ray, Mar
shal of the Un'.teJ States for the Territory
of Hawaii, In accordance with the require
ment of said Act, hereby give notice that
anv contract ft r service made since August
twelf th.elgliteen hundred and ninety-eight,
Is hereby declared to be unlawful, and null
and void and terminated.
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, January
DANIEL A. RAY.
mc-it llnlt,1 Ht Mirthil.
Large Airy Mosquito
EVERYTHING NEW AND COMFORTABLE
The New Era !
The New Two-story Lodging House on
Fort St. between Vineyard and School,
Only five minutes walk to the Orpheum
Cafe, and fifteen minutes walk to the post
office. LARGE LANAIS AND VERANDAH.
EVERYTHING OF THE DEST. For terms
apply on premises from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.
1 70s-1 mo
Large tract of land situated In Nuuanu
Valley, Honolulu, containing 20 acres,
more or less, and known as the Nuuanu
Pall Saloon premises, with buildings and
Grounds cultivated wljh fruit trees, etc,
Apply to A. G. CORREA,
1702-tf 1 Kaahumanu St.
HART & CO.,
(LIMITED ) t
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Chocolates and Confections,
Ice Cream and Ices Water,
HAWAII SH1MPO SHA
The Pioneer Japanese Printing office,
The Publisher of "HAWAII ?HIMPO,
h only dally Japaneia rarer publlahed
In tha Territory ol Hawaii , . , , ,
Y. SOGA. Editor.
C. SHIOZAWA, Proprietor
t8T Editorial and Printing Office, near
King bridge, King street. P O. Box 007.
A. Hnrrlson Mill Co.
estiu(! nuMsiiei) o ail msds of
Brick nnd Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors. Sashes and
Frames, Bllrds, Mouldings, Brackets, and
All Kinds of Wood Work, Finish Turning
KAWAIAHAO ST.. KEWALO,
Tel. White 1221. P.O. Box 552.
Notice Is hereby given that THE EN
TERPRISE MILL CO., LTD., of Hono
lulu, has moed It's office to the Magooo
Building, room 11. All persor.s owlnj ac
counts to said company will kindly settle
the same promptly. 1714.1m
THE PACIFIC MAIL COMPANT
has succeeded to the planing mill business
of the Enterprise Mill Cq., Ltd,, Alakea
and Richards streets, and lespectfullv soli
cits the patrrnage of all former custometr
of the latter mill company.
1716 tf W. H. G. ARNEMANW.
The Annual Meeting of k'AHUKU
PLANTATION CO. will be held at the
Chamber of Commerce room an "ittttr"
day, January 19th, at to o'clock a. m., for
the reading of reports and the flection of
W. W. HALL.
The annual meeting of the stockhoMei
of the INTER-ISLAND TELEGRAPH
CO., LTD., will be held on Wedneshy,
January o, at jjio p. m., In the Stcxk Ex
change Rooms, Judd Block.
, u ..o.,n W- R' HARRINGTON.
J, H. FISHER, Secretary.
Honolulu, January ;, loot. i7jo-jt
The firm of CAMPBELL & MUITO.V
having dissolved by mutual consent, notice
l hereby given that all outstanding debt
as also all ac.ounts due the above firm, are
now assumed by V. M. Campbell, oper
ating and continuing the business under
ins own name.
W. M CAMPBELL.
W. M. MUITON.
January 1, icoi. i7o-iy
Stockholders are hereby notified that the
Foufth Assessment of 5 per cent or two and
one-half dollars per share on the Capita!
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payafch
July 1st, at the office of the undersigned,
III Fort street. J. H. FISHER.
Actg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co
Honolulu. June 1. 1000. 11,90
, CATHOLIC CEMETERY.
All privilege holders of lots at the
Catholic Cemetery on King street are re
quested to pay aconttlbutlon of five (lj.oo)
dollars at the office of the Catholic Mis
sion" during this month of JANUARY,
toot. Anyone falling to pay the amount
shall loose all rights and privileges. The
Catholic Mission will take care of all
graves. TJy order,
i72Q-St F. H. VALENTINE.
Election of Officers.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
See- Yup Benevolent Society, held the 22d
day of December, loco, the following per
sons were elected as officers of the Society,
to servefor the ensuing year:
Proldent, 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 STOCK-
holders of the Pacific Mill Co., Ltd., held
this day, the following officers were elect
ed for the er suing year:
President, EMMETr MAY.
Vice President, R. C. GEAR.
Treasurer, W. H. G. ARNEMANN.
Secretary, W. P. BARRY.
Auditors, L. M. McKEAGUE and J.
The above officers constitute the Bcird
W. P. BARRY, Secretary.
January 2, 1901. 1 729-1 w
Election of Officers.
AT THE ADJOURNED ANNUAL
meeting of the Hllo Sugar Company held
on the jrd day of January, A. D. 1001, the
following officers were elected to serv
during the ensuing year:
W. G. IRWIN. President,
W. M. GIFPARD, Vice President,
II. M. WHITNEY, JR.,Treasurerarat
GEO. J. ROSS, Auditor.
The above officer!, with the exceprJot
of the Auditor, comprls the Beard of Di
rectors. II. M.WHITNEY, JR,
Secretary, Hllo Sugar Company.
Honolulu, Jan. 4, 1931. 1729-lt
R. W. ATKINSON
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