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EVENING BULLETIN, OCTOBER 2, 1895.
H. HACKELD & CO.
Havo just rocoivod a now Supply of tho
Celebrated "Danish. Beer"
Of tho following Brands :
Ms), Just to hand a largo consignmont of
Genuine Bavarian Hops!
IN CHINA AND JAPAN.
4'IIOI.CKA VICTIMS Allll
Nenrlr Forty Tlioiiaamt Cnaoa 111
Jnpnn to Kititiilicr 4(li-Yuk-
inula HnaNnrcrnl (,'aM.
20 lbs. W
will tell you
it la the
-e. o. BOX 1
H. E. MoINTYRE fe BRO.,
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
Nw Soodi HeoeW.d by JSrary Packet from tbc Eaitara BUloa and Borop.
FRKSH - CALIFORNIA - PRODUCE - BY - EVERY - STEAMER
All OnWra hdthfnlly attended to and Good! PolWarad to nj
Fiatt of th OUt KKEE.
buMt Oubu Souoitid. SATOFAonoN QcABAimaa
OOKHMB TOM ADD atlKQ BTKKJtTB,
I' O. Box 480.
THE CHEAPEST PLACE ON THE ISLANDS TO
Buy New & Second-Hand
....IS AT THE .,
King & Nuuanu Sts.
A. V. G-EAR.
ACCOUNTANT AND GENERAL
G.l-tf COO King St.
I. Pacific Trading Co.
WHOLESALE AND HET AIL
SOS report Street.
Central JVEeat JVIarifet
Love's Building, Niiuium St.
A FIltST CLASS Mnrkot in
Order delivered iirouiiitly to nil parts ol
MP" Telcphono 151.
D. J. CASHMAN.
H. G. BIART.
WATCH KE PAIRING.
Jewelry mndo to ordor,
Souvonir Sjioons, Gold wiro
JSP" Islnnd ordorB solicited.
P. O. Bc-x35r,;ntO. Goitz'a storo.
Tort Strait. 02-t
S. I. SHAW, Pioprielor.
Corner Klug.V: Niiuniiu KtirctM, Honolulu
Choice Liquors iintl Fiuo Boor.
SAIL AND TENT MAKER.
Awnings n ripooinlty. Over Cali
fornia Food Company's stoic.
(Successor to Clinn. Hammer.)
Kino and Eout Stiiuuth,
Ih prepared to manufacture, all kitulH
nml rmles of Ilnud-nmdo llurnebs lit
i,(mvi:it or riiicns roil cash.
All work Ruiirunteetl to bo untihfaotory
beforo leaving the Hhop. Hin
Per I)ny 8 2.00
Per Week 12.00
Cpoclal :&Coaa.tlil3r Hatos 1
The liest of Attendance, the Hetit Situa
tion nml tho Finest Menla in this City
IVIedeiros $ Co4
Hotel Street, Arlington
G. Irwin & Co.
nud wo offer suits and trousers nt
pricos tlmt will bo within tho roach
of everybody. Wo curry ii soleot
stook of goods, and gunrauteo a
perfoot fit and first olass work.
Thoso who roally dosiro to bo
drossod noatly and natty, and
cannot ail'ord to spond much
monoy on thoir clothes will do
woll in calling at our storo boforo
b b S. DECKER,
Wm. O. Invin, - 1'reHiilent nml Malinger
Clans Hpreekels, ... Vice-President
W. M. (liluird, - Secretary and TrenHiiror
Theo. O. Porter, Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OF SAN FKANOISCO. OAL.
P. O. JONES. i:. A. JONES.
Cbu? Meckel? & Go.
Honolulu, Hawaiian IslandB
The Clnoniclo of tho 21st has i
nn iuterviow with W. F. Curtis of
tho Chicago llocord, who had
jtiBt arrived from tho Orient on
the stoamor Gaolio. Mr. Cur it
made a study of tho cholera cpi-
domio during his stay in China
and Japan during his visit. Ho
"Oliineso arc dying by tho
thousands. I passed through tho
streets of Poking, Shanghai and
Tientsin and saw cholora victims
dead and dying on every hard.
It is no uncommon sight to see
tho (load bodies of cholera victims
lying on tho street in one block,
and in the noxt a lot of Chim-so
gorging themsolvca with raw cn
cumbors and tnoloi.s. The cho
lera is all attributable to the filthy
habits of the Chinoso and the
weather. Tho sumnii-r w.s quite
cool until August. Thou a spell
of excessively hot weather c.imo
on. and with it the cholera
"Jn Peking they hove n plan of
issuing permits for tho removal of
bodies outsulo tho city walls. As
is probably well known, nobodies
u ro intorred within tho walls. To
secure permission for tho removal
of tlie remains of a deceased mor
tal ontsido tho walls of tho city
a evil is dropped in a box. A
cash is a small brass coin worth
one twentioth of 1 cent. At night
fall the cash rccoptaclo is full. It
contains from 20U0 to 3000 pieces
of coin, and when it is considered
thut nearly all of these cases re
sult from cholora, the onorruotis
oxtont of the disease can rcudily
bo judged. The disease is us had
at Shanghai and Tieu-tsin, and is
also mowing down Chiueso by tho
hundiod in othor parts of tho in
Mr. Curtis said that tho cholora
is confined almost exclusively to
the nativo Chi'icsc. In Poking,
whoro very low foreigners reside,
ho had heard of no deaths among
the whito population. In Tien
tsin only ono death among tho
foreign population had boon re
ported nn to tho hour he left
China. Tho victim was an Eng
lishman, who filled tho position
of first mate onboard a Chinese
ship. In Shanghai, where the
cholera is raging at an awful rato,
tho totalities among the foreignors
have boon much greater. Mr.
Curtis said ho had been advised
of oighteen deaths.
Tho Oriental papers brought
by the Gaolio to San Francisco
contained little news- regarding
the cholera epidemic. Tho last
weekly roport, dated Soptomber
lth, showed (501) eases in Japan,
and -l-l-l deaths for tho preceding
seven days. Sinco tho ontbiouk
of tho scourge thero have been in
Japan !J7..').)0 cases and '2-1 871)
deaths. Two cases occur.id in
Yi'kohama on tho !ld inut., and
tho day before there wore three
Cholera in Tokio not only shows
no signs ot abatemont, but is
steadily on tho increase. During
tho twenty-four hours ending at
noon on the .'id inst. fifty-nine
fiesh cases wiro reported there.
There aro signs of further
sproad of cholora in Seudal, and
tho summer vacations of various
schools thero havo boon prolonged
The Italian cruiser IJmbria
arrived at Hakodate on Friday,
September (HI). Two caos of
cholera havo agaiu been, ropoited
in the ship.
A largo consignmont of Enter
prise beer and California oysters
lor cocktails to urr.vo on tho Aus
tralia for tho Merchants' Exehango
frnJBf ap a 5 2aT
11 mrZ I Jf
FOIl 8ALE Y THK
HOLLISTER DRUG CO, L'D,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands -
l'plar Tobigs of th Eay.
Buy your Shoos of uf.
Principal Parts of tho World,
Transact a GcnoraJ Banking,
Honolulu has as man' machin
ists considering tho population as
any plac wo know of and
they're good machinists too, moil
who can tike a steel rod and with
the assistance of a latho fashion it
into parts for the most intricate
machinory for an engine. To do
this, of course, requires a kuow
ledg" of tool:' as woll as the hand
liuu of them.
In our storo room ono depart
ment contains tho most complete
assortment of machinists, tools in
tho city. Look at thoin and you
will find they are all of first
quality (tho prico will givo you
the impression mat tlioy aro
thirds) evory one of them shining
liko an African's heol. The as
sortment cousists of hammers all
sizes and shapes from tho cuto
little ono used by the jowollers to
the heavy one which tho boiler
maker uses in rivoting tho stoel
plates togothor. Then wo havo
tho Handy Pipe Yv"ioneh, a now
device without a fault. This tool
will be found a convenient ono even
in tho liouso where none of the
occupants aro machinists. Hand
visos for machinists cm be had
of us in overy size manufactured,
so can Pipe Vises and Cold
Chisels. We have overy thing
used by metal workers in their
Then wo havo a stock of eai
pontors wood working tools
second to nono in tho city first
only in quality. You cannot
call for a tool nsi d bv a carpenter
that wo do not havo in stock.
Another thing you may ho in ro
ested in is an axe that will hold
its edge a new thing in axes and
something every one needs about
Uiid cagos havo been mention
ed in another papor; just hero wo
will say that tho slock wo cany
E. O. Hall & Son.
Koit 4V Kin sr Streets.
We Have Led The Market For Six Years
And aro constantly improving our lines; our cus
tomers know this is no boast
New Lasts, New Patterns and Now Bows and
Orn.unents, and you can find no fault with oui
prices, no one does. .....
Tli.e nvZanULfa-ct-ULrers' Slxoe Co.
Rooms to Let.
Nkvtlv ri'UNisiir.i) :
ut No. I (iiudiu Lam , n
nt May rriiMin-
TUK DA DPI) i Kent nn nie nt i: (j.
llUD rArJjll DAKK'S Ailvcrtlslnir
Aireniy, 01 mid U.") Mi-rvlinntH Kwlianue, Sun
FrniicUcn, Cullfuriilu, ulieru luntract. lurnd
vertllnir can be mudo for It.
TO HAVK nOUHOWKI) HAY $.1,000,
I from tho 1'. 1!. ii L. Asnocintiun, ut
thoir hint meeting, would liuve cost )ou
S.'t7.')() por month, for wiy, 10 years, n total
of $t,6U0-.'!, 000 when your moitRUKO would
bo cancelled, :M.-r00$i:)00 interest in 10
yearii.or SlfiO interuht in 1 year, $l,r0.'
licictut on j-,'1,000.
OllkuIIoura: -j J " 'o s"" r.' m
Chambor ol Commerce ltoomn,
C. 33. DWIGHT,
Does nil Icintls of Work in
Cement & Stone Sidewalks & Curbing
Ho hns on linnd a Inrt'o mipply of
Chinese (Jrimito (Jiirl) ami always keeps
Hawaiian Curbing Stone. Lstimntes
t'iven nml lowes1 prieeH assured. 'I'ele
noxt to Lucas' Mill
THE STANDARD STALLION
Champion Hawaiian Record, 2:21 1-2.
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S Kuiu nf llreolc,2 l.'i; IjirIc,
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2 2't: mill iliiiu. nf Mniinii
I'lllllP. 3 J'l I'lllni-C, 3 111,
I'mu I'mii 11, 2-j ',; l:r(
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Illl. 11,1, j aP,. Mill,. Kiln,
2 2 ,. .-Ill rlccl, 2 V' ,
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DKSCKIFTION AND TERMS:
Cukiii. is the tamest, fastest and ljc-t bred stallinn tlmt
ed into the llawmian InlamW. lie icaiieeu Ins reeoid of .':'.'0
Cnl., August '.'I, IS'M. distiiiiciiijr his whole field ill the lirst
'Jilfi III storKton, i nl., eiteliilier'.'.l, ivi-i, uniiiiii (lie lii
heat in2'15, and liftli heat in'.' 1 ' ' . pinuiif,' that liu is a rem;
as a Hpeedy race Imi'se. ("f lenle. liy I'lonipter nut oft rue
that he is eapable of (ettint; a mark of i 10 and Is one of the
tins year, niiil liesiiles liein puiie, is mio i I tlie liest furiuei
tellineiit." -Ilitttlfrnuit Siioflmiiiiii. Sept. 2."i, 1891.) He is
powerful build throughout. Flis color is nlo-sv blaek witl
Ills disposition is all that could be ilenirni, ami his action
Terms f0, with usual return privilege. Will make the
lnu iir Yuen impiu I
to'-' S in .'Vtalnm.i
her.l , :he:i leain it
t heat hi I'-lej, fourf
UKiiniy (;.iie aj net
e bj lliu eatuvi khow i
L'liinest ulallioi.s (.oi'ii
1, ami reiiiiuki.bly i;i
1")J liamls hiuli and ol
i one white liiml foot
superb. Ho is n suro
teiifcou at the
CLUB STABLES CO.
Drays, Carts and
For PULLING UP Trees
To the Public and Tourists
Any party wishing to tako a
rido around the Island, or to the
Pali, can bo accoinoindatotl at a
small co.-t by F. Smith, tho litis
man. At Smith's Stables can be
found at a moment's notico Buss
es, Wngonottop, Buggies, Saddle
Ilorsos, etc , for hire.
Special attention paid to Tour
ists wishing to take in tho sights
at a small fare. This is the cheap
est placo in town.
ilorsos broke, doublo or singlo;
also horsos bought, sold or Jox
ohangod. For fuithor particulars
Bus and Livery Stables.
King St, botween Fort and Bethol.
Telophono -108. Juno 18, G-ino.
city DRAYQE Co.
W. F, SUARRATT, Manager
Stand adjoining II. Ilackfeld A
Oo., Fort street. General Cart
ing and Drayago Business done,
in 7 tf
LYCURGUS LODGING HOUSE
TOmiSTS AND OTI1KHS VISITINM
IIIIo tan Hint hiillul'lo 1'iiiiril and UhIl'Iul-liy
cilllnu on JOHN I.YLU1K1US.
In coiiiii'illon with the nbutc he can aujiply
Kiindi'ii nml Doincntk Fruit.,
Cluiirs mid Tobacco,
Cool DrlnkH, etc.