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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SEPTEMBER 2, 1898
I Chamber Suites,
t Side. Boards,
? I Uwa mad Darin Tallin!
!. JLUU1 CU. JK X
0 Waverley Block
BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS.
CARTRIDGES TO BURN !
t ,Aml want you to liolp burn tlicui. If you bavo not
got :i riflo or .sbot-gun to burn them in, -wo can furnish you
tho required articles in that lino, also. We havo a fine
stol'k of -Hinolieless and black powder shot-gun cartridges ;
also powder, shot, shells, wads, and loading tools for those
who wish to load their own ammunition.
Shot-guns, liifles, Revolvers, Air-guns, &c, &c.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Limited,
Corner "Port and Kino: Streets.
SOLID AND CUSHION,
Put on any Whhkij, and Satisfaction Guauantkeu.
Full Line of Delivery Wagons and Other Vehicles.
Carriage and Harness Repository
2rrlnml ordure promptly filled.
GrO LIOKCTLT KIISTD. B
Best Bicycle for general use made in th United States.
See for yourself and bt convinced.
PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 FORT ST. Telephone 565.
CW. 1UX 1MIU1UU
.Fot RTitr.RT, aiiovj: Cmjii Staiii.iis,
Gould Not Sleep
Suffered With Dyspepsia and Un-
oblo to Do Hor Work-Complotoly
Curod by Hood's Snrsnpnrllln.
"I suffered with dyspepsia and could
not do any kind of housework. I was
very narvous and could not sleep. I
beard so much about Hood's Sarsaparllla
that I bought a bottle. I found it gate
mo relief and I bought six bottles. When
I had taken them I was cured. I can now
do my housework and can sleep well at
night." Marih IIames, 1730 Prospect
Avenue, Helena, Montana.
"I havo found Hood's Barsaparllla ex
cellent for building upand strengthening
the system when It is In a run down or
exhausted condition." Mns. SARAH M.
Shook, Rod Lodge, Montana.
If you have decided to take Hood's Bar
saparllla do not be Induced to buy any
other. Oct Hood's and only Hood's.
HOOCI S parilla
Is the Dcst-ln fact the Ono True Blood I'url
fler. Bold by all druggist, fl.flxtorli.
u.j(, mil.. Harmoniously wltn
liOOd S FlllS Hood's BarsapanUa. ttc
For additional Shipping News Meseenth p.ig?
Diamond Head Signal .Station, Sept
2, 1 nm Weather clour, wind frwdi
Thursday, Sept 1.
Htmr J A Cummins, Searlo, for
Friday, Sept 2.
CASS Anrnngl, Hepworth, from
Vancouver and Victoria.
Friday, Sept 2.
StturKliiau, Clarke, I mil anil
Stinr Nociiii, I'edtrxon, for Iloiioknn
Stinr Knual, Hrtilm, for Lulmliui
ntnl Kaanupall, lit 4 pin.
CASS Anruugl, ilepworth, for tin
CoIomK-h, nt ;) p m.
VE8SM.S I.K.VVINO TOMOHltOW.
Stinr Kilatieii Hon, for Ktikuliiu nt
2 p in.
OTHER COMMISSION WORK.
Continued from tlrnt page.
t'io nrrengemont was nuropd to.
0. P, Anderson was formally
nnminiited rr AniMrinnn Hflpratkrv
and Air. (Jartwright aud Mr.
Hournssn, as British and Cna
diau s-cro'nrio, rfBp'utivnlv. The
couforenco adjourned till Thim-
It is likely n long ndjournrapu1
will be taken shortly, in ordi-r t
How ht Americans to visit tho
Uuilod Stntjs ntid hoar doj u u
'ions in iho lomlinj cities.
Hawaiian Mrs H Brooks, Now
Havou: Miss E H Patterson, New
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York Oily; Col Hon V Snckvi le
West. Mis Sackvillo West. Mien
Ailingtou E Omstod, Wni
men. Knnni: H Selinlto. Kn-
loa, Kauai; Mrs McCully-Higgin,
Miss Alice L MuCullv. Honolulu!
Oscar I" Ciuupboll. L Wilson, U S
Anny: Uyrus U Noble, Ohicnitn;
tvuitdr Ij JL'tnkhora, ban Finneis-
llulnlrr lifer Nuiiljr,
Lovojoy it Co. clodiro to an
nounce to thoir numerous palrons,
who havo boon deprived of their
rpaular sunnlv of the f!nlplirnl
Rainier beor ol Soattlo for the
past row weeks, that tho steamer
Aorangi, has arrived nud
brought a doublo supply of that
cxcollent bevornge in bothqiuvt
and pint bottles and that tliey art
now propared to (ill all oiders.
Our Friend's KeMllvr.
Lieut. Col. E. Gorton and wife,
of Ilnngitikoi, Now Zealand, left
for tho Volcano . Kinau.
Thoy have beon otaying at the
Arlington since thoir srrival in
tho Miiwera. Lieut. Col. Gorton
is a brother-in-law of Hon. Pero
Sini h, Surveyor General of Nnw
Zealaud and correspond in mem
or of the Hawaiian Historical
Sooioty. Mr. Smith's visit anil
l.'utureB hero lust year are plea
There was scticely a quorum
present ht tuo monthly raeetini.',
this morning, of the Board of
Supervisors of the IW Kinder
g'lrteus and Obildrou's Aid Asbo
oiatiou. Thi slight atiendanuo wh
due t tho tiny falliuji so inueh
b-fore the opening of the sidio il
Those proiout lacked nothing ii
earuestueps. It was decided t
pen tho kiudoignrlons tlio sam
Into as the pulilio schnola. Thm
wiib a profitable d HjiiHuioti o
ma tors to bo brought b-foro th
aununl moitiug in Ovtobor.
London, Aii it. 2S). Onlonol John
11 y, tho rtiiiu) American Aiu
b s-ador, will sail f.irNowYoik
the utoamor Toutouio on Sept.
Ottawa, Aug. 24. Hon. Mr.
Joseph Chamberlnin cahl d the
itovernmcnt today that a- tho wir
ib now ovor ves-elB ci uld clear at
all ports the snmo as previously.
Ottawa, Aug. 22. Justice Mc
Coll hns been promote I t th
Chief Justiceship of Britibh Co
luinbiii. A now puixine judp
will not bo appointed for sumo
1 1 mo yet.
L indon, Aug. 24 According to
i oispitch from Mad i id to n local
news agency there has boon a-ri
ous titthiiug bet woo u the Spaniaid
and nifurgents in Cuba, iu wtiicli
the insiirenls lost COO killed aud
wounded. Tho ropoit cannot be
couurntrd from oih-.r sources.
Madrid, Aug. 24 3 p. in.-The
Quoeu Reuoiit has signed a royal
it-creo cnnvokitig the corloi foi
Sharon, Mass., Aug. 22. A
frightful rear rnd ollisiou op
euried in the Sharon station ol
tlio New York, Now Haven &
Hartford It.ilrund at 7:30..VI ck
Sunday nikh, when nu expro-
lain, which wni running n the
second taction of a 1 n t'tiin,
cmslnd into tho first seciii.,
iMinpoufd of loeal car. Six p r
sons w n k lied and 20 serious y
Captain Bob Evans nnd Admi
ral Sohloy are both ill with f'vor.
AmliHBsalor Hay, in a cabin
gonu io tho Sla o Department,
Aug. 22, says that iho Biiti h
Government has diioeted the Gov
ernor of Hongkong to ncc pt Ad
inir.tl Dewey's applica'iou foi
permission to dock and do in hii
sliips at Hongkong.
Failiuo of the wheat crop nnd
mpenditg famiuo is ropoited
OmahM, Nob., Aug. 22. Presi-I-nt
G. W. Watilo , of tho Tram.-M's-iBsippi
Expoei ion, Iinb re
ceived a diflt.uioli fr.'tn Manager
Ii. Hob wter. nt Wash nutni,
stating that President McKiulej
Inii liivou a positive nst-uuiui-o ol
h:8 consout to bo tho guest of the
expnrition duriug tho uiand penco
jnliileo, which will bo the feature
if early Octoher.
HANK OK HAWAII.
Mr. Jonea to llrllri from PrfaMfncy anil
Mr. Cooke huccml lllni.
Mr. P. O. Jonea will retiro from
the presidency of the Bank of Ha
w.tii, of which ho is the foundor,at
the ond of the present month He
wdl bo succeodod by Mr. 0. M.
Mr. Jones will leavo for tho
Eastern States on tlio 1Kb of
October. Returning in January
he will clo'o out oil his nffaus
hore nnd rotiro nbsolutoly from
Hctivo bufinenB. Thooco forth ho
will live alien utely in the SUteh
aud Honolulu flavin u a married
daughtor in tho Statej, ho will be
at homo there as well as in the
Thoro wore 88 deaths during tho
month of August. Of thopo 54
wero male nnd 34 female Deaths
among Hawaiiaus were 40, then
como the Jnpaupso with 13 and
the Ohiuesp with 11. There were
3 non-residents. This is tho
largest nu rubor of deaths for July
for Ht least live j oars hick. 0 m--umptiou
claimed the moat vie
titns. Heart disease comoj next.
The New Knulmul llnkery.
This waB formrly known ns
Horn's Bakery. Here can bo ob
tained the best and freshest of
brotd, pies and canes, nil tnado by
white labor. In coumctiou wiih
tho bakery are ico croara pailus
where the purest of tlm tlnliotcy.
vhich tickles thepalaioaud makes
radiant tho face of your best girl,
ib graciously servo t
General Meiriam, although
moving about, is nut feoliug well
Tho Rogatla Committoo hold
short meeting tulay but did noi
carry on auy businesa of import
ani'O. Tno coinmitlco will meet
Hgiin tomorrow forouoon.
Four hideous idols from the
-nntu Son ha iirrived for th
Kamthamoba Museum. Th y hnv.
on ttiutn th uamo of Prof. Brig
ham, curat r of tho Muioum.
Following ii ro the latest Sound
ehitrter: Br sp Grenada, Am s,
Ho ny Villind aud Hw hk Din
iiond Hmd, coal from Natiniiun
o flonidulu; Am cohr Alioe Cooke
'umbor from Port Ludlow to Ho
FORCES COME TO HONOLULU
San Frnncisco. Aug. 22. Tho
transport- now hore nro tho'Scnu
din, Aurtialia nnd City of Sydney,
ami the City of Peking.
Tho forces to bo sent to Hono
lulu, as a half way station to
Mauila, in caro thpy should be
needed by General Moriitt in the
Philippines, are ombincoJ in two
Tbo first brigade, under Gen
oral Mill t, consists of theSovouth
nid Eighth California volunteei
regim utrt, tho Tuinl battiliou of
tho Twenty third Uuit.d States
in antry, tho Fust battalion ol
California heavy artillery, Troop
A of the Nonda cavaliy nod a de
tachment of tho hospital corps.
The secoud brgiile, uow uudoi
t io command of Uolouol Fun-ton
is comp ised of tho Tuontieth
KaiiBnu, First Touucbjuo aud Fit
ty tiistlnw', With a small dot.ich
neiit of Or-gon r emits.
Tho trnnpn under Geuortl Kv g
hiuLiaailol on tlio Anzoon w 1
held to Honolulu to anit fur
ther oideis. General King will
Uavj immrdiate cuiuuiiid of Hie
now oamp ol m ibilizition at Ho
ii ulu. Miboniiuale of couib, ti.
uoin ml Meiriam.
Col. Dm li. r, of the New York
'l im-iit, is the cmniUMiulant il
the mili my post of Hmolulii.
vlnch m in the deputmntf
California, and has no connection
Willi Jtiie expeditionary foico-, and
tin wi I, in great mensure, be iudo
pomleut of Goueral King.
It is possible t tat the supplie
airied b th Ariz inn nnd Scmid''
will hi- I'lnccd upon one of tl o
ships, whioli wid cootinu on its
win to Manila, ihile tie othei
will be br iuht back to bo nun'n
loadtd wi h tioops lor Honolulu.
Ainrrlcun Trmprli Arrive.
Mnuiln, Aug. 22. The Amor-
tenn trntep rtB Peru and Puebln,
having on board General Otis aud
Gouenl Hoohei, arrived hue .t
8 o'clock Suudiiy moiniug. There
was no seinus tUnoas on board
cither of tho vessels.
A Million for tile Holillers.
San Francisco, Au. 24. About
$1,000,0 JO, in s ly iu gold and sil
ver coin, will bo CHiriid to Ma
nila on tho Scindia for tho pay
ment of fie United St ito- t toops
iu tho Philiippines. 'Jh c.iu
will begnnrdid by a dofachmtn
Aornnul In Port.
Tho C. A. S S. Aorangi, Camp
bell Hopworth commander, arriv
ed iu port and haulod alouu8ide
tho Pncilio Mnil wharf at ao early
hour this mornini, just about 7
dnB fiora Victi ria, B.C. The
follomni; repirt, kindly furnish-
od by Purstr Mason, pives nn ex
cellent account of the voyHgo:
"Ltff Vanconvor on til VJuth
Auuuxt nt 3:30 p m with a large
number of passengers and n veiy
hoavy mnil, arriving nt Victoria,
It O, 9:30 tho same ovening Aftei
embarking an additional number
of pasjougors and mails and com
pleting a full ctrgo, she left at 5 a
in the following morning. Fine
wenthor bus been experienced
throughout and under the man
agement of a committee tho pas-
sphnors havo entprod freely into
tho usual dock gamos nnd -ports
and taken part iu concorls wliiou
hnvo beon held in the evenings.
''Tho Bteamor hns been d.-ins
pxcellont work, hor diily runs bo
inu- 841, 345, 315, 347, 345 aud 340
knot up to noon yesterday.
''On tho passage from Vancouv
er tho Aoranm nns nverngoti over
MJ knots per hour throughout
aud is believed to hold tho record
from Vancouver to Honolulu
Sho already holds Iho rocord for
ho pnssago from Honolulu to
Huppoirtl ICruptlon on HiiytbII.
Tho nntivea Bay that there mut
bo big eruption on Hawaii. The
vory high waves of tho past two
tUys they tako as a snro sign. A
NVnikki and par iculnrly at Pro-
idont Dole's soisido homo, these
havo been pirtiaularly noticeable.
V. h. IIoiltir Knr Chief.
Surgeon Major Davis who nr
rivo on tlio tro phip Ariz ina is
now iu eluirgo at tho United Stato
hospita', having relievod Surgoon
Gritliih'. on iho tirstot this mouth
dnjor Davis is making a ureal
tinny changes. Ho Ims ordered
125 bed f .r tho hnspi nl, ssyin.
that this number will bo needed.'
,WciK and Languid .
Little Appetite and no Energy.
These nrc symptoms that effect a
large number of people. Helow we
Kjvcllie testimonial of ftlrs.A. Morgnu,
of East HrjMiauc, Queensland, who
docs not hesitate to tell you of iusttlie
remedy that cured her.
The past season I had a severe at
tack of dengue fever which left me
feeling very weak nnd languid with
little appetite nnd uo energy. Iiut I
ara pleased to say
cured mc. As n blood purifier nnd
touic for those who nrc nttccted by the
intense heat of the Queensland sum
mer it is uuequaled. I nm pleased to
recommend it to nil those who need
a reliable remedy."
E.V.'P.',.,,r.r,,'.,n ""' '"r-'r iiirr; t'.iI Sim
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd..
Solo Agents for tlm Kopubllo of Hawaii.
T. B. CLAPHAM.
YBteiinary Sorgeon Denlist
Olllcn : lloiol S'.iI.Ilm im:, ,i.. .
nlirnt. iiioinnl v ioiMuiiir.il i.nni,.i.i...
Obstotrliis and Iiuiones.s. iiinr,
Purlng my two weeks nbxonce on
llnwuli, Dr. V. Howard HumphrlB
holds my full power of attorney.
(Signed), GKO. IIinillKUT.
On Saturday, September 3,1898,
AT 1" O'CLOCK A. Jr.,
At tlio toro of Mi-Hsr. J.T. Watorlinuso,
Quemi htrevt.I will soil at 1'iiullu Auction
I.AhlUi' UNDKUWKAU, IIOSIKUY,
nimioNs, sn.Ks, tuimminos,
LININMS, UI.OVK3, AC, AC.
J AS F. MORGAN,
Repairs fine complicated Watches, Clocks, Music
Boxes Mni Jewtlry.
All work euiranteeJ. Thirty-five years experlenct.
LATEST STYLES JEWELRY
By last steamer from the Coast.
THE REGULAR THING
At my store, where the
BEST CUSTOM WORK
ts done repairing aud new work )
both. Plus, rings, bracelets, watch
H. G. BIART. - 4041 Fnrr St.
Mor CHmp Iloom.
Lienlonautf Graves nnd Pon
no'f, nidni to Goueral Merriam,
nro out this nfbrnnnu looking for
acnmpiug grmnd for tho troops
houily expeoti-d here ou wnitiug
ordeis for Manila It is a vory
lillicult problem. Suitablo sites
ro scarce,if thev cim be got nt all.
Fnoility of drniug, some natural
diol'or, plenty of nir spneo -those
aro tho requisitos. Gonoral Mor
iiaiii u fxcu ding mixious, ajso,
hut the tioops Hhould havo'ap.
e-"n to sea liHth'n!!. Oamp Mo
Kinloy U far from being satisfac
tory in all rpsppcts.
Aftor a morping session, tho
Bawaiinn Commission is holding
i onuf ro oo' in S naior Cullom'a
mom ni Iho Hawaii nn hotel this
..H, S. Cop io 15 utiles west at