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ft B THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SEPTEMBER 3, 1808
I Chamber Suites,
I Side Boards, ?
t Extension Tables, f
Library Parlor Tables '
I Chairs, Etc. J
"Waverley Blools. V
0 BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS.
OARTRIDOES TO BURI !
And want you to help burn them. If you have not
got a riflo or shot-gun to burn them in, -vo can furnish you
tho required articles in that line, also. We have a tine
stock of smokeless and black powder shot-gun cartridges ;
also powder, shot, shells, wads, and loading tools for tlioso
who wish to load their own ammunition.
Shot-guns, lliflcs, Revolvers, Air-guns, &c, &c.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Limited,
Corner "Port and Kino: Streets.
SOLID AXD CUSHION,
Put ox any Wimuii, am Satisfaction Ouakaxti:i)I).
Full Line of Delivery Wagons and Other Vehicles.
Carriage and Harness Repository
HaTlHliiiKl orders promptly tilled.
OO LIGHTLY XENTD.
Best Bicycle for general use made in the United States.
See for yourself and be convinced.
312 FORT ST.
.Pout htkhht, aiiovi: Cr.un Staw.ks.
HOBRON, Agts I
Scrofula Affocts tho Eyos Llttlo
Boy Trontod b an Oculist With
out Rollof-But Now Ho Is Woll.
"When my little boy w three monthi
old bis eyes becamo very ooro and he ttm
almost blind. I took him to an oculist
who treated hlra (or six months, and ltd
him as bad as he was at the beginning.
Finally Hood's Sarsaparllla was rccom
mendod and I began giving It to him.
In less than three weeks ho was able
to go into the sun without covering
his eyes, and today his eyes are perfectly
well, and his cars and nose, which were
badly affected, are also well. Hood's
Sarsaparllla has certainly done wonders
for my boy." Mas. Jam ks II. PAlrrrnn,
Purifier. All druggists, jl.sli for 15. Oct Hood's.
u ,, r-ttti are the only pills to tnke
nOOCTS PHIS with Hood's Ban&parllla.
Tor aJiltlonal Shirring Ntwj tee seventh pane.
Diamond Henri Signal Station, Kept
It, 1 pin Weather clear, wind light
Friday, Sept 2.
() & O 8 8 Coptic, Sealby, from
China and Japan.
Ktnir Maul, Freeman, from Hawaii
Stntr Lohua, Ilcnuctt. from Molokul
UNTSSvaiiriin, Hart, from Snn
Stmr Walnleale, Mother, from La
liaina and Kaanapall.
Friday, Sept 2.
Stmr Upohi, Henninen, for Ko
liala and Komi.
Am Kelir Kstlier Ultimo, Andercon,
for the Hound.
Saturday, Rept 3.
Ktmr Kllauea Hon, for Kukalau.
CtOSS Coptic, Healby, for Cliiini
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stntr James Makee, Tuliett, for
nupaa, in 4 p in.
Stmr Walaieule, Mother, for Kalut
ku and I'uiiuhiu at hi a m.
Tho Euterpo siuIh for tho Sound
in ballast on Moud y.
Geo Pill. ill go out ns purser
of tho Mikitli tin on Tuesday.
Tim Amy Tumor arrived in
Victoria from this port August
Tho W H Dimond will sail for
Snu Francisco this afternoon with
a full cirgo of sugar.
Both tho Arizona and Scandia
havo a largo amount ot stores for
tho troops in Manila.
From Yokohama, por OifcOS
S Coptic, Sopt 2 John K M L
Farqunr, K Hoshiua, CInouye, A
Mchillop, 8 Matsumura. Y Uohi-
ili, Jam38 A Wilder and servant
V r Kohala and Kona, por stmr
Upolu, Sept 2 John Hull. Mr
For Sydney, per stmr Aoiancri.
Sopt 2 A Wansey and wife, J J
Sotra, wife and family, Mr and
Mrs Hand and family.
For San Francisco, por OitOS
S Coptic, Sept 3 Col G W Mac-
farlane, Dr 1'ritchett, Jno D
Wricht, Dr 0 Marshall. Lieut
Torry, Mr Hitt, John Cassidy,
Mr lilumberg, Mr ami Mrs H J
Martin, Mr MoNear. E Pollitz.
Cnpt Read, Lieut Wallaco, Mr
Iloso, A D Baldwin, J B Long,
Fred Baldwin. Mr Hartraan. Mr
Enoh, Mr Gassaway, 0 Woltors,
M Ilichter, 0 Borgor, Mr Boss,
Miss W Woltors. Mrs L Jones.
Miss Julietto Smith, Mr and Mrs
Bowou, A J Lowis, Lloyd John
stone, Miss Gay, J Lando, II Mor
ns, d JL'arloy. il bchultz. Mrs
Ilnlnter Ur Hupjily.
Lovoiov it Co. deairo to an.
nounco to thoir numerous patronB,
who havo hnon dnnrivrvl nf tlinir
regular supply of the colobrated
itninier ueor ot ooattlo for tho
past fow weeks, that tho steamer
Aorangi, has arrived nud
lirniiftht a rlnnhln nnnnlu nt tlmt
excoucnt bovorngo in both quart
ana pun oouios anu that they aro
now prepared to fill all orders.
Singors lead tho world. Over
13,000,000 made and sold. High
OHt awards at the "World's Colum
bian Exposition for oxcollonco of
construction, regularity of motion,
oaso of motion, great spood, ad
justability, durability, ease of
learning and convomonco of ar
rangement. B. Borgorson, agent,
Admiral Sampson goes on tho
commission to attond to the evacu
ation of Cuba.
CHEERED THE NEW LINE MO"K1"-BCTlt,opmvKH-
Seattle People Enthuse Oyer City of
Return Cargo Said to Be Guaranteed
Stop at Hlto to Work Up
Seattlo, Aug. 25. Late this
cloudy afternoon tho big liner
City of Columbia cast off her lino
for tho pionoor voyago betwoon
Seattle and America's now island
possession of Hawaii. Tho Ar
lington dock was crowdod with
intorested citizons to cheer the
opening of tho trndo which, pro
perly handled, means so much
From tho decks of tho big steamer
camo a return cboor from 170 pas
sengers, tourists, business men,
commercial agonts and steerage,
emigrants, all going west on Greo
The Oily of Columbia has a
cargo tiiat tuo citizens may well
bo proud ot. The largest ship
ment is 2000 barrels of limo from
tho llochc Harbor Limo Com
pany. Not for building purposes
is this lime being sont to Hawaii,
but for sugar roQuerioe, whero it
is used in clearing sugar. Oix
barrels of lime are used on the
islands for this purposo to ono for
Thoro nro soveral properties
about Ilocho Harbor limo that
mako it especially suitnblo for ro
tining. Flour to tho oxtont of 800
tons was shipped on the steamer.
This shipment would havo been
larger had not one mill put char
tor on two schoonors for Hono
lulu boforo tho stenmor lino wad
proposed. Tho boor on board, if
ono cares to consider it by weight,
foots up to 1U0 tons. Bran, hay
and general morchandiso comploto
hor valuablo cargo of 2000 tonB.
A return cargo is already well
secured. From Honolulu will bo
taken 700 tons of sugar, secured
from Theo. H. Davis A: Co. At
iiilo, tho second commercial town
of Hawaii, a conBidorablo ship
mont of col?eo will be sont to Seat
tlo by Campbell & Co. A deck
load of fresh fruit has also beon
H. B. Colgrovo will represent
tho ownors of tho vossol ns freight
and passougor agent. It will be
about thirty days before tho City
of Columbia returns to Seattlo.
She will make tho trip out as fast
as possible, for a ton of United
States mail was takon on board
yesterday morning. Thoro will
bo a short dolay at Hilo to work
up business for the return, and it
is possiblo that tho stop in Hono
lulu may bo lengthened to ten
The City of Columbia is a largo
threo deckor, loimorly ono of tho
crack vessel of tho Old Dominion
lino. She uus brought around
Capo Horn early in tho year to go
into tho Alaskan busiuooS. The
venture was not n success, owing
to bad management, and tho
steamer got so badly in debt that
sho was sold at Marshal's salo.
Sho was purchaBod by local
moneyed man who nt tho time had
an idea of establishing a lino to
An old and two new onginos of
tho O. R. & L. Co.'s railway have
just been auspiciously named.
Tho old ongino formerly labeled
"Lannkila" will horonftor be
known ns "B. F. Dillingham," tho
Tho others nro named "Annexa
tion" and "Beoiprocity," thoir first
naming having been deferred ou
thoir arrival, in tho certain hope
that reciprocity would shortly
culminate in nunoxntion.
Hawaiian National Lcuuuo,
Tho membership of thoHawaiian
National Leaguo has roaohod tho
300 mark. Lists havo beon sont
into tho Oahu country dlstriots
and are expected to come back
well fillod. It is almost certain
that tho old Aloha Aina will join
tho Leaguo for tho purpoBo of
urging Hawaiian rights, with tho
strongest possiblo backing, upon
Mrs. R. 0. Spalding loft for San
Francisco on tuo Coptic. Sho will
be away tbroo montliB, during
which time she will seo hor son,
Otis Spalding, graduato from
I.argo Addition to Lighting Cnpnclty of
Itnivallnn Kltctrlc Co.
Two largo boilers and a half
sogmont of a hugo flywhool nro
prominont objects in Alakoa street
opposito tho Hawaiian Electric
Co.'s works today. Tho formor
objoots aro Hoi no safety water
tubo boilers, and were built by
tho IUsdon Iron Works, San
Francisco. Each consists of a
battery of soparato tubes sur
mounted by a pair of tubular
cylindircal boilors, tho whole be
ing a rather elaborato looking
construction. They aro each tf
300 horso power. Tho flywheol
comploto is 1G foot in dinmoter
and weighs 17 tons. It has 18
flutes and will cngago two ondlcss
wiro ropes for tho transmission of
powor to tho dynamos. Two
tighteners will bo nttached. Tho
bed of an ongino for this now
powor is being prepared. AVheu
mstallbd tho now plant will mako
n largo mcroaso to tho house
lighting capacity of tho company
Dinciuii'S Many Matters Without Keglit
erlnjr Any Decisions.
Aftor this morning's session of
tho Hawaiian Commission rose,
Chairman Cullom said n number
of matters woro discussed without
any docieions being made. Asked
if thoro was any objection to stat
ing tho subjects, ho said that thoro
wero bo many it would hardly bo
Mr. Cullom was thon told that
rumor had it that tho Commission
wns arbitrating tho disputo be
tween tha United Stntes military
authorities and tho local Govern
ment rogardiog tho occupation ol
the Executive building promises
"Thoro is nothing in it," ho an
swered. "It is no matter of ours."
Hawaiian G B Swogor, city;
A B Bauman, Ewn; W Fisher,
Hoeia; Mr Stokoa, F W Gallagher,
Vancouver; Mrs A Call, Dr It H
Read, city; E T Sedorholm, Chi
cago; L Ahlborc, Lahaiua; T F
Arlington W Hicks nnd wife,
Satilo; F W Lawrence, Trinity
College, Cambridge; Percy Elder,
Loudon, John K1IL Fnrquhar,
Boston; Ohns Aruholt, city; Ho
raco F Buggies, Boston.
W. G. Irwin & Co. have re
ceived advices, that an effort was
being mado to got tho steamer
Australia off on tho 2nd. In that
caso sho should bn hero on tho
9th, and sail for San Francisco
threo or four days later.
On to Kahuku.
is being rushed
Work is being rushed on tho
Kahuku extension of tho O. R. &
L. Co. Gangs are about being
doubled along tho lino. At Wai
mea rook blasting has to be done
for foundations of abutmonts and
piers. As tho Government knows
to its cost, tho Wtiimoa gulch with
its quicksands is a problem for
ADDITIONAL LOCAL MEWS.
Jamio Wildor is back from Jap
an for a short visit with his peo
ple. Mies Juliette Smith, sister of
tho Attorney Goneral, loft for the
Coast in the Coptic.
Commodoro Philip, in the flag
ship Now York, will command tho
North Atlantic squadron.
Thoodoro ltoosovolt will be
Ropublican candidate for Govor
nor of Now York.
Admiral Dowoy has transferred,
his flag to tho Baltimore from the
Olympia, which goes on tho dry
dock at Hongkong.
In a riot botweon U. S. soldiers
and natives at Cavite, Goorgn
Hudson of tho Utah battery was
killed, and Corporal Villiam An
derson BorioUaly woundod.
Tho Minneapolis Sunday Times
givo a large amount of space to
Honolulu in its isauo of tho lltb
inst. Photographs of business
men as woll as scenery ore giyon
excellont reproduction and accom
paniod by an oxtonsivo "write
up. Tho Times has a full pago
advertisement of tho "Times win
tor tour to Hawaii" as a scheme
apparently conducted through tho
good work of Commissioner Ro
Every cough makes your throa. moro raw
and irritable. Every cough congests the lln
ing membrane of your lungs. Cease tearing
your throat and lungs in this way. Put tho
parts at rest and give them a chance to heal.
You will need some help to do this and -ou
will find it in
From tho first dose the quiet and rest
begin; the tickling in the throat ceases; tho
spasm weakens; tho cough disappears. Do
not wait for pneumonia and consumption but
cut short your cold without delay.
Ayert Cherry Pectoral cures because it
heals. It goes to tho very scat of trouble,
quiots the inflammation and makes a perma
nent euro. Begun in time, it is the one great
preventive to all serious lung troubles.
llcwarr of clirip Imitations . 8m that the nam
Ajtr't flurry I'cciomI. I l.lown In tlic li of
I'.ich llottle. Tut up In large ami small liottles.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.,
Solo Agontw for tlio ItopuWIo of Hawaii.
IIUIMHNt! I.OTO In
Building &qrj Loan ociation
Tlio rogitUr monthly mooting of tho
I'ioncor Iliilldlng nntl Loan Association
will bo hold nt tlioClmmborof Commorco
on MONDAY UVKNINH, September B.
I89S,nt 7:30 o'clock. '
Payments nro rorjulrci! In gold.
JOSEPH TINiEB, Propr.
Kamii.v an'd Shipi'Ino Dutciikr.
Ipultrviind tlio cholcostof meats kept.
UUOtnbluM froxh nrnrv ....,- '
All orders quickly dollvorod.
1007 TELEPHONE 289
ItlCCOItt) OP HICkXKNS.
OiiH.b'ourtli of Kol.llcrs In Armlvs III of
Fvr or Wounds.
Washington, Aug. 2G. "Up to
August 1G wo have a record of
40,520 cases of sickness and
wounds that occurred nmong a
main strength of 15-1,028 men
during tho months of May, Juno
and July." Such nro tho official
nguros on tho result of disoaso in
camps and wounds in battle, iur
uishod this afternoon by Surgeon
Goneral Storuberg. Even this
lnrga number of sick cases does
not ropresont all, tho reports from
several commands being still lack
ing. KIGIIT DAIS.
MlKd Jury Trll On KtfIt Uuy. nnd
John 2?. Haokfold, administra
tor of tho ostato of Kathorina.
Roncken, decoased, by his attor
uoy, Chas. Oroighton, files a mo
tion that ha bo substituted as
plaintiff for the deceased in n suit
Iu several suits against G. W.
Lincoln and II. E. Ooopbr, to
maintain mechanics' and material
mens lions nKaui,t Mr. Cooper's
S-SlfiS ewy Bl,"8"tlon In
Tho caso of Lucas vs. Perrv
begun Friday week, was still on
when Judge Stanley adjo rned
court ot noon today. A mixed jury
is trying tho caso. jury
" T r
Troop, of Arl.onu Will lt.,ul.
Ordors woro recoivod from Wash
ington nt military headquarters in
San Francisco the day before tho
ouuuum sailed to tlm Afrw u..i.
a-; : uu' i"
Honolulu and nrnno.,1 m' .i
iw"uii tenvo nor irnm
Scandia.0"'"0'0 brUeLt hy