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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MAY 11, 1898.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Job. Marsdon loaves in the
to Tho Govorument dredgo is laid
' up for repairs. ' ,, , J
If you want pasolino in a harry
ring up Tolor bono 907.
Goo. 13. Greig, tho "King" of
Fanning Island, is in town.
Window polos and fittings.
King Bros., IJO Hotel street. "
Tho Aorangi pursuos her voy
ago for Vancouver at 4:30 p. m.
There will bo cricket practiso
this aftoruobn ut tho Imtish Com
A GOLGOTHA AT WAIKIKI
Seicrftl fintnan Skeletons Found in
'One Burial Blent."
Evidence Tfcat They Are Remains of Heroes of
the Defense of Oahu Against Kame-
War -:- News
For Either tho
Portraits enlarged from small
photos to lifesizo. King Bros.,
110 Hotel stroet.
Nicoly furnished rooms at the
Popalur House, 154 J?ort street
from $1.00 Der weok up.
0. M". Cooke and family will bo
in ono of Jhe boatB arriving hero
from tho Ooast this month.
Fred. L. Waldron bus recovered
his lost nmro at Waialae, after tho
animal had been gono a month.
Tho board of mauapemont of
tho Honolulu Cricket Club will
hold a mooting on Monday evening.
The match raco betwoon Mar
garet H. and DiroctresB takes
place next Saturday at Kapiolani
For a nice clean shave or an
artistic hair cutdrop in to tho Elite
Barbor Shop, King street, near
The bark Albert with 13,999
sacks of sugar shipped by Hack
fold & Co. sailed this afternoon
for San Francisco.
Tho 79th anniversary of Queen
Victoria's birthday will be cele
brated on the 24th by a ball at
For the very bostof baseball
goods at tho lowest prices, call on
Pearsou& Hobron, 312 Fort street.
New stock just received.
Tho American residents are get
ting roady to celebrate tho 4th of
July. A .meeting will bo called
by a committee in a few days.
E. O. Hall and Son have fresh
air on tap in quantities to suit.
There is a tup for tho use of
cyclists on the King Btreet side of
"Wray Taylor did not return in
tho Zoalandia today. Ho writes
tho Bulletin that his health is
much improved and he will come
homo next steamer.
Bv tho S. S. Zoalandia. the
Merchants Exchango has received
a lot of lrosh Hock .beer, a spo
cialty; and also Enterprise Beer
and Fresh Oyster cocktails. "
Professor Oscar Herold was
married at San Francisco on May
3 to Mrs. Marion A. Bullard, Dr.
Stobbins otliciating, and ho will
retnrn to Honolulu by tho Gaolio
sailing today. .
The body of tho lato Kobert
Cowo8 was buried in San Fran
cisco, so thoro was nothing for
tho delegation of Grand JArmy
men whioh wont down to tho
steamer this morning to do.
Many of the people who wore
watching tho Zoalandia when she
enteral the harbor this morning
thought that tho Aorangi, that
followod her in, was a man-of-
war. She ib painted white and
in tho distance resembles a war
Tho Amerioan bark Forest
Queon, formerly in tho Hawaiian
trade, and the schooner Alton, aro
both feared at San Francisco to
bo lost. The Forest Queen, Cap
tain lieasley, left Tacoma on
March G for San Pedro, and tho
Alton wob two .woeks out from the
Sound for Copper Biver.
Singers lead the world. Over
13,000,000 made and sold. High
ost awards at tho "World's Colum
bian Exposition for oxcellonco of
construction, regularity of motion,
oaso of motion, great speed, ad
justability, durability, oaso of
learning and convonionco of ar
rangement. B. Bergorson, agent,
16J Bethel street.
It is a strango coinoidonco that,
whilo Minister Damon's bill to
provide for tho preservation of
ancient hoiaus and puuhonuas is
ponding in tho Legislature, a hei
au not hitherto heard of in these
days should havo boon unearthed
in tho suburbs of Honolulu. That
is what happened yoBterday.
Col. Gpo. "W. Macfarlano, who
lately leased tho Bishop premises
at Waikiki, whoroon to establish
somido annex to tho Hawaiiua
Hotel, had a gang of seven Japa
nese at work yesterday morning
leveling off nomo mounds in the
oooouat urovo Thor had occa
sion to removo a tree and adopted
the mothod of cutting off tho
roots. Thoro was not much left to
hold up the treo when tboy knock
ed off work for the noon hour.
As the Japanese were approaoh
ing tho spot at ono o'clock, tho
elements performed a regular
freak. A galo rattled the foliago
of tho tall palms like castanets.
Tho undrminod tree shivered in
tho blast and began to reol to its
fall. Even tho ground rumbled
and, it is authentically stated, tho
awa and mullet in an adjacent
pond leaped upon thoir finB clear
ont of tho water.
Tho Japanese happening to bo
coming along on tno loo siae oi
too tree retreated for their lives
boforo tbo falling besom of des
truction. Thon an uncanny thing
bappua4 ix reality which would
havo mndo a bold exploit of tho
imagination ovun tor a Stevenson
or a Yerno. mung mgu in tne
air by tho catapultio motion of tho
roots was a maBS of human bones
ontiro skulls, femurs, vortebra,
ribs, everything. One skull struok
a rBrriwtfcfcx Jud in tho baok. and
when bo turned to seo mo missile
he almost died of fearsome
It was in vain to try to get that
gang to resumo work at tho same
spot. Only tho foreman, through
fear of losing tho whole employ
ment, returned. Ho began delv
ing in the soil a whitish sub
stanco, either volcanic ash or
decomposed coral sand whon
closo to tho surface he found an
ontiro skeleton. It was in a sit
ting posturo with arms oxtendod
over the head, as if tho subject
had been warding off a blow whon
struck down to his ultimate tomb.
Thoro was another skeleton dis
covered not so well united in
frame. When a Bulletin report
er inspected tho ,scono at six
o'clock tho bones had been placed
in a heap, tho most conspicuous
feature of which was a row of
five skulls. Somo of these had
porfect sots of teeth intact. Only
ono was badly broken. Another
had a tomplo dinged in, as if from
a spear thrust.
Tho Golgotha thus exhumed is
situated by the marshes at tho
Ewa corner of tho Bishop pro
mises within an easy stone's
throw of the main Waikiki road.
It is in a long uncared for and
unimproved section of the do
mosno, Bomo considorablodistanco
from tho rosidonco structures to
compose the hotel annex.
Col. Macfarlane very much
doubts if, Mr. Bishop himsolf
know of the existonco of this ro
markablo deposit on tho promises.
There is not, however, entire ab
sence of light upon tho subject.
Kaohi, a very aged nativo woman
who was a rotmnor of tho lato
Mrs. Pauahi Bishop, is still living
the placo. oho waB in
, , Ini order to got
All tho Ni)W8 !
Special This Week
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For One Week Only
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520 Port Street
ONLY $1.00 A MONTH
At tho local ngency
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
The Very Latest and Best In
Tools . .
IMPROVED FLOWER POTS
Why mako tho littlo ones cry
and compol them to tako a medi
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whon vou can accomplish tho do-
Bired ond without itr
Tho finest preparation over in
troduced in tho oil lino, tho tasto
pleasant, doso small and acts liko
Nature's Own- Cathartic.
Don't bo talked into trying
somothing that is claimed to bo as
good, thoro is but ono first-olass
tastoless castor oil and that is
Children Relish It.
Tho price is low, a boltlo con
taining many doses at 25 conts.
You cannot afford to bo without it.
Wo im mnko room for an Imaidnso Block of Draporlpa mimtmi Itj ur Mr,
Qlrdlor, l,u Nw York. Thost nro now on tho wy, wo tlwrUwt MM lre
Fancy Draperies at a Sacrifice,
Art Denims, Silkolines, Cretonnes,
Art Muslins, Madras, Scrims.
Twilled Draperies now patterns 14 yds. for 81 00.
Host quiHty Silkolines, olognnt dcKlgns 10 yds. for f 1.00. S
Art Donlms nil colors 0 yds. for $1.00.
Kxtrn wldo Crelonno 8 yds. for J1.00.
Fnncy Scrim 10 yds. for $1.00. f
Short LongtliH nt Half Prico
FOR, THIS WEEK OlSTLTrT.
TERRA COTTA VASES !
Just recohod by tho
Ookala Plantation Co.
Ties, Collars and Cuffe
For the Ladies per "Zealandia."
Something new in high grade Collars and Cuffs,
latest and most popular designs.
NecKftes and Scarfs !
Greatest variety in this lino ovor offered hi
tho city. Turquoise skies, Mayflowers and
tho glorious sunshino link tho tlurtiUta in
thoir marvelous bgauty.
Organdies and Dimities !
Spring heauty fabrics. Loveliest el color
harmonies. JTairy lingers could -wtwve no
C liar mains Styles ! ModeraVa Xafcates !
Hollister Drug Co.
mmpui w w&mtom.
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
Subscription Lists for tho
increased Stock in this Com
pany aro now
open at my
Waited for Old Seattle.
In anticipation of the Miowora
bringing tho popular Seattle
Rainier Book, tho masses havo
waited for its arrival and tho Ori
torion Saloon has a largo ship
mont that will fill nil demands as
wall art nut-noil nil thirsts. Last
voar tins bocr whb the primo that Vancouver lauded
favorito as it will be this yoar. island. That stream
fact boi n tuero. liaolu says
thoro was a heiau on tho spot, and
that tho bodies of Ha waiians slain
in battle wore buried within its
walls. Thoro is therefore a strong
presumption that the remains now
disinterred are tuose or. uravo
defenders of tho island of Oahu
against tho conquest of Ka
mehameha tho Great. If
suoh is tho caso thny show.
remarkably good preservation
after more than a hundred years
of entombment. "
The site of tho heiau is known
as JL'uuo nunau. xi was at mo
mouth of tho stream adjacont,
closo to tho Long Branch baths,
.IAS. P. MORGAN.
909-dt 33 Queon Street.
so froe as to admit tho groat navi
gator's boats up aB far as Aina
hau, tho residence now of Prin
cess Kaiulani and hor father.Hon.
A. S. Oleghorn. Two natives were
hanged in the vicinity to render
satisfaction to Vancouver for
somo nilforing from his ship. Mr
Oleghorn, it is understood, has
collected a considerable body of
authentic tradition regarding
ovonts of early Hawaiian history
of the modern era in that neigh
Olose to the lano leadingi from
tho road to tho Bishop residence
thoro is well preserved tho grass
house in which Kamehameha V.
is reputed to havo prepared tho
now constitution which bo forced
upon the surprised legislature
that bad failed to agreo in attemp
ting to frnmo tho desired instrument.
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS
From 25c. to Sl.OO
Former Prices 75c to S3 OO-
Ladies' Neck Wear and Belts
At Exceedingly Low Prices
FOR ONE WEEK !
MarlpoMi'i Uminer Trip.
Tho Oceanic Steamship Co.'s
Mariposa reached San Francisco
May 3 ono day ahead of time.
She made tho run from Honolulu
in 5 days 22 hours. Whilo tho
timo made does not break tho
record, it is exceptionally good
and is tno fastest tno Mariposa
has made between those ports.
It is said tho manufacturers of
Taroena will lavo difficulty in
supplying tho largo domand next
yoar for tho Klondike. This is a
puro product of taro and is a food
for infants, invalids or tho strong
White, Unbleached, Pink, Blue,
Lavender, Yellow and
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Come early ana get lirst ciioico at
E. W. JORDAN'S,
No. lO Fort Street.
4 m j
i ' 'm
4 $ 'SB
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