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M o EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 30, 1896.
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K. ' K1LUH0 A BRUTAL SAVAGE t, ITBOFOLM HUT CO. Henry Gehring
DO YOU LIKE CUBBY?
108 KING STBEET.
Q. J. "Walleh - - - Manager.
Wam.no Block, 24 Bkkctanu Bt.
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
TRUE. INDIAN CURRY
TlieVWIanril Sliot Who Wan IIcbjioii
' ' 'lbIo fur lUo Mntuncre of
Do You Kead Them ?
Do You Want One ?
NOT THE STUFF USUALLY SOLD AS CURRY
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The story of tho killing lust
Juno of tbo Mutibolo wizard
M'lim ) by Btirnhnm, tho American
Bcoat, U almr.bly told by n
cor ospondi-nt of tho New York
Horn d. Tim story differs
materially from tho account sout
from Lmdon by cable. It kIiow.-?
clearly t'm Burnhnm wai acting
undor inatruotio 18 of the Gtveru
mont, and that i.o mid hid com
panion took nr it risks to oiirry
out thoir dating vei.t.iro.
ThoMutibol- uprising, which
llacid Bnl'iwnyo in yioril for
nmny d ys ft id o st tho lives of
scores if wiito settlors, was
.lunnod by N'doibi, the M'lirao
i r g k1 of tun tribn. Ho lived in a
civo, and lio prophosiKl that not
out) of tho wliito sottlmM in tho
couutry should oscupo ulivc. Tho
uprising took place on time.
Biiluwiiyo was Wsiogcd and many
outlying residonts were niissn
crtd. Then it was that tho South
Africa n Company, which om
pl yud Mr. Biirnhun, tho Ameri
can scout, decided to act. Tho
Ill'limo of tho Mntiibclo hud for
feited his life many times over,
uud his death was deumuded.
To Mr. Armstrong, the suiioiin
teudeut of tho Mmigwtt district,
was intrusted tlio concdion of
tho schcino, and to Mr. Bomham
its execution. The hitter had
boon tr.iinod in woodoraft and in
tcoutmg among tho Wostern
Indians, and a butter man could
i ot linvi bo i fotiud. v
Evon nftor tho raid on Bulu
wao had boon repulsed, tho
M'iuno, from his sinctuary in tho
Mato po hills, coutinied to pro
phufv and to issue his commands
by mossongors to his brothers,
who made Known thoir purport.
The purport of those communds
was to induoo tho Mitabele to
continue the war, tindor tho pro
miso that tho bullets of tho
nomy should turn to water.
In this cmergoocy Mr. Burn
Lam rocoived hurriod orders to
Toport to Mr Armstrong. On tho
20th of lust June tho two men
met at tho Mnngwo stution and
talked the matter ovor. There
was no doubt as to tho peril of the
enterprise Tho Mntoppo hill,
ivhoro tho cavo of tho false god
was situated, was strongly ll.inktd
by kruuls, some of which con
tained ns many as GOO warr o s.
In older to oll'ect their objoot,
and capture or kill tho god that
was fowing the seeds of discord
and dentil, it was neoosstry to
pass thesn kraals.
Boforo dawn on Juno 22d. Mr.
Buinham and Mr. Armstrong
rede quietly away from Mnngwo
on thoir daugorous expedition,
unaccompanied and unobsorvod.
At daybreak they were well away
frim the habitations of mon.
They kept to tho lowlands as
much as pnstUble,' following tho
valleys ano. tho many breaks in
the sandy hills.
By nightfall thoy begin to
Bhiko the low, rooky konjes tlio
oll'shoots i.f tho bg range of hills
for which thoy wore bound, and
which 1 loinod in a semi-circlo to
Twelve milos from their desti
D'tinn they enoamptd, having
nothii g for thoir supper but cold
meat and bread. Soon after
ntphtfill tho signal tires of the
Mat bt-le began to Hash thoir
filial p messagos ' from the hills,
arid in various directions thoy
could hear thu roll of too war
drums, s-otno of them entirely
too'cloFO to bo pleasant.
On' the following morning, Juno
2V, th y started at dawn on the
last and most dungorous stng-i of
their journey. Tho country was
very roi gh and bushy, and
covered with brokon konjes, whore
the gieateet caution was necessary.
Thoir ronto Was thoroforo ox
tremely lodious and circuitous.
At turn s one of tlum would leave
tho hoi sob and cr wl forward,
p rhai'S taking au honr to cover
a d stauc of 2l0 yiirdn. This
w s iipccbt-my in outer fo .-elect
tho most foutdblo route, As it
was, the hordes movid at a walk,
We Wave the
Callighak & Co.,
Little, Brown & Co.,
Wo nioko a specialty- of
be pleased to have tho
Legal Fraternity of tho
Islands call on us when
wanting a Law publica
tion, at tho lowest possible
price. Wo are nlso
Law Office Supplies:
Document Files. Lcg-nl
Papers, Typewriter Pa
pors. Ribbons for Mh
makes of Machines.
In fact, we can show you tho
; greatest variety ot Labor sav
I ing devices of any House in
i Town. If you want to save
' money, conio our way, wo are
the Money feavers tor you.
Wall, Nichols So,
113 KING STBEET.
startling, But go!
We placed an import order
for five hundred dozen jmirs of
children's fast Mack stockings,
I 'cause wc thought them cheap.
Should have been here for July selling.
Maker pays dearly for delay.
I llAr.! fiw OK nnwta .t -.....
Lateness squeezes two jtair into
the price of ONE.
startling, But go!
I. LEVIMSTON, - - Manager.
Waverloy Block, 9 Hotel street
P Shirts Made to Order.
THE Al STEAMSHIP
6 A.TJSTR AXI A.3
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
Foit tiii: above pout on
Saturday, Oct. .51,
AT 4 O'CLOCK 1 M.
The uudersiRned nro now iirepiired to
issue Through Tickets from this City to all
points in the United States.
ErfTFor fiulhi'r pin ticulars legimllng
Freight or l'lisboge, nnply to
Wm. G.IRWIN & Co., Ii),
410 St Oonoml Aijonts.
The Evening lhillctin, 75 cents
CONSTANTLY ON I1AND.
Hetvopolitan tfi do.
211 Nuuanu Stiiket.
Tho Very Inmost
Como and boo our
SEW CHICAGO RE?BIffBBATOBS.
Westbrook & Gares,
Telephono - - - - 104.
JnsEph Tinker, - - Frnpr
Beef, 5 button,
Pork, aSL Veal,
OI tho Finost Varieties.
Makers rtho Celebrated Pork Sniwage.
310 Nuutmn Btrcot, opp. Chaplain lnue.
l O. Box 301.
City Feed Store
Old Armory, Beretnnia Sts.
L. H. Dee & Co.
KEEPN0TH1NQ BUT FIRST CLASS GOODS ONLY.
Best Llvcrmoro Valley Hay, large and
small roped; A 1 Bonanza Surprise Oats,
mixed wheat and cracked eorn for Hens and
Chickens. Largo lilniuiil f Flour per & S
"Mlowcra," Cascailla, Novelty A, and Ex
cellent. TIicmj brands alwajs on hand.
Next month large shipment ol Orrcon rota
toes to bu kept lwas on hand. ( hop reed
for Cows and Working Stock Is hand'ed bi
ns only. Family trade solicited. Ooods de
For tho Equina Trtblo in tho
way of nil kinds First Class
HAY, GRAIN 0 FEED
Aro on salo by tho
WASHINGTON FEED (M'Y
138 Fort St Tel. 422.
of Groceries are more palatablu as well
as healthier than tho other kind.
VOELLER & CO.
(Waring Block, 'M licretnnla Street).
llandlo nothing hut the best. Llbhy &
McNeill's Canned Meat, King-Morse
Table Fruits, Glilrardelll's Chocolate,
Milkmaid llraud Milk, Paragon Pure Lard
EST Telephone G80 "a
O. KLEMME & CO.,
Cash. -:- Grocers
510 Fort stroot, corner Chaplain Inuo.
H. WkY k CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
515 & 517 Fort St., Honolulu
Telephone!- 22 P.O. Box 470
llumbinpj o-nd Gras
fitfcin Sanitary Work a Specialty
fftP Jobbing promptly attoniled to.
Telephono 7ilG. 2S5-tf
Importers and Dealers in
Steel and Iron Ranges,
121 & 123 King Street.
CAN'T BE BEAT!
My S10.00 Bath Tulis, lined with best
quality, No. 10 tine, G in. Pipe, Chain and
Plug, with wood liui all complete. Otb6
dealers nru tlumfouuded, and resort to all
manner of Tricks nud Excuses.
Be not decoived, these Bath Tubs kavt
bcon sold for $14 until I reduced the price.
I am prop.irod to do nil work in my line
nnd guarantte satisfaction: Estimates fur
nished. If you want a good Job cheap for Cash,
ring up Telophono 844, and I am yoar
Tinsmith A PlumbaT
For Family Use!
Just Received, ex "C. O. Funk," a cargo of
Wellington, Departure BaiJ, fioal
Which is offered in quantities to suit.
2240 lbs. to the Ton.
WILDER & CO., L'D.
301 As 303 Fort street.
IIUSTACE & CO.
WOOD AND COAL
31 Qneen Stroet.
Also White and Black Sand
at tho vory lowest market
rates. Tolphone No. 414.
Is prepared to furnish
4000 Tons Cane Fertilizer
To order for 1806.
In Quantities to
i0 Orders solicited for a future de
livery. &. F. COOKE, Manager.
iBuil ding Lots!
At WAIKIK1 ou enr lino nud on PA-
LAMA ROAD uonr Fertilizing
Those Lots are Very Cheap and Sold
on Ecsy Terms.
Dosirnblo Aero Tracts near tho city nnd
otuor Properties for Bale.
BRUCE, WAKING .V CO.,
DoalorH iu Lots and Lands,
312 Fort Btroot, uoar King.
Telephone 607. P. O. Box 821.
Curry Powdor as made .by us is prepared after tho Original
Recipo from tho Purest Ingredients.
est THY IT ONOiU -s
, rag (1
527 Fort Street,
Bicycles to Burn
Como and havo
Tho lending wheel of tho world. I nni'ngent for tho
nbovo bicycle uud also for tho
A. Xerfcct AVheel. My Prices Suit the
Times and I am Selling
"Way IDo-m H.ctaT
So as to lit your pocket book.
21 Kauhumanu Street.
(Sviccessor to C. E. Williams, 11. H. Williams & Co.
and Williams Bros.
Pioneer Furniture Warerooms,
Pianos for Sale, Hire and Moved. Chairs for Rent
Undertaker and Embalmer,
Tombstones and Monuments.
itesidcnce and NiRht Tel. 815. 510
H. HACKFELD & CO.
H, HACKFELD & CO,
201 to 215 Fort Street.
Just deceived and For Sale
At the New Stand, King Street,
(Adjoining the Arlington.)
Whole Wheat Flour,
Golden Gate Flour,
' Bacon, .. .
Fresh Almonds and Walnuts,
Cal. Block Butter,
Onions, etc., etc.
a look at tho
. . OiiOM
& 520 Fort Street. Tel. 179
212 King Street