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got a rillo or shot-gun to burn iliom in, avo can furnish you
tho requireu articles in that line, also. We have a line
stock of smokeless 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, Rifles, Revolvers, Air-guns, &c, &c.
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Corner "Fort and Kino: Streets.
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Put on any Wiikkk-, axd Satisfaction Guarantied.
Full Line of Delivery Wagons and Other Vehicles.
Carriage and Harness Repository
jgriBland ordure promptly filled.
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m Best Bicycle for general use
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made in the United States.
and be convinced.
EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULD, II. I., SEPTEMBER
8wollon elands, Scrofula Soros, Hip
Dloonso, Bolls, Plmploa, Erup
tions Toll tho Story Dreadful
Consoquoncos of Impuro Blood.
Certainly scrofula, If anything, may be
caneu me advertisement of foul blood.
It If the scourge of tho world offensive,
painful, dobllltatlng, stubborn. Outward
applications do not cure. Emollients
may palliate, they cannot abolish tho evil.
Thcro Is ono Buro way out, and that Is to
cllmlnato the taint from tho blood. For
this purposo Hood's Sarsaparllla Is abso
lutely without an equal.
" I havo taken Hood's Sarsaparllla for
scrofulous humor and Impuro blood and
am now almost entirely cured of tho erup
tions with which I havo been aflllctcd for
tho past year. My face, chest and back
were badly broken out." FltED B. ORD
WAY, Woodstock, Vt.
IslhetiesMn fact the Ono True Illooil Purifier.
Hnnrl'c Dillo nro lll UC5t after-dinner
HUUU i. flllS ,, aiauigcsHon. 25c
I'nr aJJIIInrul Shipping Ne see seventh pace.
Dltiiiioiiil livuil 8iKii!il Station, .Sopt
I. 1 pin Weather clear, wind light
Sunday, Sept -I.
Stmr Ktiuul, Ilrulin. from Kiiunl
Stmr James Mnkce. Tullol. from
Stmr Claiidliu, Cameron, from Ma
Stmr Mlknhnhi, Thompson, from
Monday, Sept 5.
Am hk Wlln i, Slater, from Ntitml
inii, 11 C.
Monday, Sopt fl.
llr hIiId Eutoriie. l.oniriiiiilr. for tin.
Scmr J A Cummins, Seurle, for
Stmr Walaleale, Mosher, for Knhu
ku nud I'tiniiliiu.
Stmr JnniCH Makee, Tullett, for
Ktipnn, at I p in.
Stmr Keauliou, Thompson, for Kl
laueu, Kiillhlwui and ilanalel at 4
VESSELS Ml.VVISO TOMOI11IOW.
Stmr Cluudine. Cameron, for Mnnl
pnrts.at 5 p in.
Stmr Ijchua. Bennett, for Molokul
and I.iuml, ntfi p in.
Stmr Mlkiilmln. 'Pliomtwnii. for X'n.
will will and Hauamaiilu at 4 p in.
Stmr Maul, Freeman, for Mahuko
itti. I'aaiihau, Kukalau, Ookula, I.nu
pahoehoe and 1'apaloa at 4 p in.
Stmr W 0 Hall, lliiglunil, for Xu
wlllwlll, Kohm, Haimpepe, Mnkn
woll, Walmeii, Kukaha mid Nilhaii at
o p m.
POHTHOAU H.NOI.AM), A.MIiltlCA.
I'nSlOnil Would llnve llvlpeil Porlll
Kill If KhB Unit Ca licit.
Lisbon, August 2G. From high
diplomatic sources it is learned
that n i approvement vn9 effected
somo timo ago between England
and Portugal whon it Beeraed cer
tain tue Amorican squadron was
coming to Spain.
Tho Portuguese wore greatly
alarmed, foaring the consequences
would be an internal uprisiug in
Spaiu, which would find a ready
ecuo in Portugal, onduig the
throno. Portugal looked around
for some greater power willing to
lond support to her somewhat
shaky throno and found Great
Britain ready to resume tho old
timo relations, which once nlmost
amounted to a protoctorate.
Some kind of an agreement wns
reached. Ono thing is cortain.
Had tho American squadron come,
it would have had no difficulty in
obtaining from Portugal, more or
less covertly, coal and supplies
Great Britain has an oyo on
Portugal's African possessions.
Already Republican newsphperc
nro clamoring against tho Gov
ernment threatening to give up the
Thoro was n vory inter
esting mooting of tho Prao
titionors' Oluli nt tho home
Of Dr. Humnhris Snfnrrlnv
ovoning. Thoro wero proaeut tho
louowing: ourgoons liarrett nud
Grilliths of the New Yoik Volun
toers, nnd Drs 0. 13. Wood. V II
DhV. H. W. Hnumr.l H.,l..:
Myors, Alvarez, Emerson, Gar
vin. Tho subject of tho informal
meeting was: "Remodios wo havo
fouud useful." Esch phynioiaii
present had something to say nnd
the discussion proved most inter
osting and instructive.
The. p aco for the October moot
ing has not yot boon docided on.
ON T.IK COUIINK.
W.int Ilia llont Crewa Are Doing nt
Tho tirao is short betweon this
nud tho champi mship boat races
of Saturday afternoon next and
tho ontluninsts nro wntchino
closely tho movomonts of the crows
of tho various clubs. Every ovou
ing tho crows are watched witli
l'Ihbsos from shoro or boats nud
tho time of strokes, running of
the course nud Hpurts uotrd.
Tho Henlaui junior craw tnado
tho courso in 11:20 last evouing.
As a tnattor of fact tho timo of
Inst rear has not boon reached by
uny of tho crews yet.
8orao of tho stakes along the
courso have been changed so that
now ovorything now is in good
Gnln I)ny In the lllatorjr of i Pi-orea-
Saturday was auspicious in the
history of "TIip KhbIi," Wavorloy
Block. It marked with this firm
the era of expansion. "ThoKash,"
like the United States, sometime
sinco concluded to nuncx more
territory. It did bo, and today it
has one of thu uoateet stores; in
fuo', two of thorn to be found any
Siturdny nioht its chilling do
parimout ws thrown opon to the
public. It was crow led with pur
chasers, nud all expressed tmtis
f'acti in in tho largo nud up to date
issoi tmoiit of garments and the
reasonable prices asked.
Willi Opium In Poaaeailon.
IIoo San was nrrested Saturday
niuht by Deputy Marshal Chil
lingworth and others on the charge
f uiliwfnl possession of opium.
IIoo San is ono of tho Chinnuion
upon whom pity hns been taken
to tho extent of allowing him a
certain amount of opium from tho
Qovomniont Dispensary each
week. Whon caught, ho had n
hortiful of opium. Tlio man's
license may bo taken away from
A concert for tho purpose of
defraying tho football expenses of
the last Benson will be given with
in a fortnight from this timo. The
placo chosen for this entertmu
moiit is tho Opora Houso J Q
Wood, who has never nllowed hi
ardor nlong tho lino of football to
crow lees since his arrival in Hono
lulu, is tho man who is making the
arrangements. Ho has nlrendy se
cured somo of tho finest talont the
After the Ilooillumi.
Ohief of Detectives Kaapa nud
his men nro nfter a gang of hood
lums that most on tho bridge
near St. Louis Collego lata nt
nights nnd make themselves ob
noxious to passers-by. On Satur
day night Kaiipa and his men did
uood work with tho young rascals.
It is not probablo that thoy will
chooso tho bridgn as u roosting
plnco ngain vory soon.
Wlmt About the.Lettera!
The soldiers who camo on the
Arizona aro vory anxious about
their mail. A great many lottors
and papers that came on the Scan
din aro now on tho Oceanic wharf
but tho'o are nil addressed to Ma
nila, whero it was supposod tho
troop3 were going. Now that they
have received orders to remain
here, mattors aro in a rather com
Hawaiian Allen G. Wright,
U. S. A.; Gyrus D, Noble, Mri. V.
E. Titus, Chicago; Josoph Mills
paugh Towen, Kingston, N. Y.;
J?roil. II. Haysoldou,Lanni; Edgar
Arlington R. I. Mooro, D. D.
S., Mrs. W. G. Ogg, Maui.
Hwlpea In KuiuolUlll,
A groat mnuy swipes joints have
sprung up in Karaoiliili of Into,
and it is to thoso places thnt the
soldiers in camp go for stuff to
diink. From thoro thoy go iuto
Mnnon or other places in tho vioi
uily and rnise rnckets. Tho police
believe that tho recont dopreda
'ious in Manon Valley wore direct
lv duo to tho swipos procured iu
Ponsio iln street is now maca
damized up to "Wildor avonuo.
Iliiuit Kntered In Pl"ee U'lk nnd Mo
Thoro was a robbory betwoen 8
aud 8:30 o'clock this morning.
Tho house of Poter Johnson on
Palaco Walk was entered and tho
sum of $2G stolon from a trunk in
ono of the rooms. The robber,
whoovor ho wa, know tho "Iny of
tho land" well, for ho waitol until
Mr. Johnson had left and walked
right to tho placo whero tho mo
ney was hidden.
Although thoro are no suspi
oions ut tho present timo, tho Mb
bor loft bohind n cluo that miulit
load to his identiGcation. This
was in the shnpo of two keys ou
a ring. Theso aro tho kind used
ordinarily for bureau drawers,
trunks and valisos.
Lntr Trlnl Ileinmril -Papers Flleil In
Judgo Stanley hns granted tho
motion to substitute J. F. Hack
fold, administrator, for the dead
plaintiff in the tho case of Knth
eriun llenken vs. Frank Luzwioko.
Tho Buit hns boon pending moio
than fivo yenrs.
iJKinney it Ballou havo filod ob
joiilinus to the bill of exceptions
if plsiutiir in Ohnrles Noiley vs.
Kiibninii Plnutntion Co. The
sttno nttornoyf have filed n similui
ptper in Erailie Macfsrlauo vs.
E K. Wilder nt nl.
J. M. Vivas by his attorney. A.
G. Uorrea, tiles a in itiou that How
Tinir, executor uudor the will of
Aswan, decease I, bo made the
party dofendant iu J. M. Vivas vs.
Lucas vs. Perry was resumed
this morning on its ninth day f
trial by a mixed jury boforo JiuLjo
d inn ley.
A lliinitanine Picture.
In tho window of tho Pacific
Hardwarj Company on Fort street
is a vory hnndsorao water color,
tho work of J. J. Willisms the
photographer. Tho subject is one
which appeals to tho pntiiotic. It
roprosouts n boy, attired in browu
over all, piuk shirt und barofootod.
A wealth of hair and pearlv teeth
exposed lends attraction. Floating
above tho boy's bend is a balloon
on which aro two American flags
crossed. Tho subject of tho picture
is tho son of William Hoogs. Tho
piseof tboyouogstor isgrace itself
aud there is such a blending of
colors that tho whole effect is
Old Coin Unearthed.
A native working in Mnnon
valley unenrthod, nt a depth of
fivo feet iu old ground, an Ameri
can half dollar of tho mintage of
1838. It has the head of the God
de-s of Liberty, with the word
'Liberty" iu bold rohof on her
cap, thirteon stars and the year for
"heads," and tho o igle, "United
States of America" and "Half
Dol." tor "tails." Whilo it is not
an anciont coin in numismatics,
this ono is remarkable for its new
appenrnuco nt its ngo. When
rubbed oil it hold only slight
patches tarnished. Tho creator
ptrt of its surfneo is eiiiuing
bright and tho impression of tho
dios is ns sharp as whon struck
I his coin could not hnvo been
long in circulation beforo it was
buried. It has beon bouuht by
0 V. Sturdevnnt nt doublo tho
Tho Minneapolis Daily Times
is huoming nn excursion to Ha
waii which is to Btnrt from Min
neapolis Nov. 5. The railroad
trip to Soittlo is made ovor the
Nortuoru Pacific, thon to Hono
lulu by tho stoamship City of
Columbia. Tho whole trip will
Inko thirtv-threo davs. The rnin
from Minneapolis to Honolulu
and return is viou. iwo days
will bo snoot at Hilo and eicht
days iu Honolulu.
m m m
Captain Sohaofor, formorly of
tho N. G. H. rogulars, is connocted
.vith W. 0 Peacock & Co.
M. D. Mousnrrnt the surveyor
will probably return to Kauai to
moriow. He has about a weok's
work yot to do nt Wahiawa. Aftot
that ho will return to the city for
a long stay.
A lot of tho soldior boys havo of
Into mistaken kukui nuts for some
kmd of cdihle fruit.
Thoro will bo nbnnd concert at
tho Hawaiian Hotel tomorrow
veniug, complimentary to Qjue
1 M 'f-nm. commnder Depart
mont of California, U. S. A.
Suffered for three years
Mr. V Wcstall of Mlteliam.So. Australia,
sends us Ills portrait which shows a smootli
nml healthy condition of the skin, lint b
ha bad the following experience t
"For tho past Unco jcars I havo been suf
fering from an eruption of tho lioily. I had
medical ntti'iiilancc and had medicine to Uko
nnd a lotion forontwardnppllcntlon,liittlicr
did not do motlio sllRhteitpond. In fact!
tried nllsorts of incdlelnnnml nottilngseemrd
to relievo me. My life vas a burden. I had
no npncllto nnd I could nut sleep. I was
strongly advised to try
bjr a friend who lnd received crcat benefit
from It. I did so, nnd niter Inking only two
hotilcs tho Itclilni; left me nnd I fuit Letter In
every w.iy, l continued taking tlioSarsa
parlil i mid nllopc her took six Ixittlci. I am
n iw free from the ciuitloiiniidcnncatand
sleep ns well as 1 ever did in my life. Itls
nownliont eight months slneo Iw.iscurcd.so
1 am suro I can say tho cm o Is a permanent
For ennstlnattnn tikn nr. Ayer'a DIN. They
promptly relieve end Mindr euro. Take thru,
with Dr. Ayer'a.Snrtnptrlllii! ononlilt tho other.
Hollistex' Drug Co., Ltd.,
Solo A(,'ontn for thn Itopubllc of Hawaii.
lllds for lmllilliiK tho works of tho
Honolulu Stoatn Kinmlry will bo ro
colvotl at thu Ollko of tho Kash Ktoro,
whoro pUns mny bo soon, up to 12
o'clock noon on Wi:i)NKSI)AY, Sopt.
Tho Mnnstgomoiit rehoncH tho right
to rcfuto any or nil bids.
Honolulu, fc'opt. B, 1808. 1003 2t
Mil. C. K. JACOX In horoby nutlm
ri7otl to collct-t all accounts duo to Kviin
iNti llin.i.irriN from this dnto.
Tor V. Foriumloz.
Honohilti, Sopt. G, 1803. 1008 :it
L. C. ABLES,
Real Estuto and Pinancinl
.115 TOUT STR13KT.
Chamber of Commerce.
A SikjcIuI SIfotltiK of tho Honolulu
Cliniiihcr of Ciimiiiorto will bo hold nt
ltn Ilooins, TOMOItHOW MOHNINO,
Tuestlny, Sopt. Cth, nt 10 o'clock. A
full nttuutliiuco Is roiiic!to(l.
JAS. . Sl'ISNCKK,
Honolulu, Sopt. 5, I89S. 100S It
On THUHSDAY, Soptomlior 8th, we
shall opon a 1'lrht-tlnss Ilcstaiinint,
Hvorythlng in tho Markot In tho way of
NollcncIoH will bo on tho Tables.
LOOK HOI' A CO.,
1008 IloroUnla and Kort strootH.
Mrs. Savant-Jerome, AI. D.
once: Progress Block, Cor. Fort k Beretania S's.
Hours 11-12 n.iii., nnd l-:i p.ni.
Kveulng hours hyuppolntniuntouly.
SDEcial studies made or PhFslatrics and Eicletles
Hcs. rls Ktirt St. Cor. Chaplain St.
Iluslilfiicv Tel. 458.
Ladlos nro cordially Invited to call nt
tho Arlington C.ttago, Hotel streot and
Inspoit doslgns for artlstlo cowninc.
Stylish and porfoct llttlng studios, In
tho holght of fashion j and siwolallv
iidaptod to tho Individual woaror.
Udlos unablo to visit UiIh city nro fur
nlslicd with RkotclioH nud samples, nnd
izunmntood a porfoct fit without ptr
MADAMR Ml VAN'WAY, of 8. V.
MUS. I). K. CHAMlllIItS, of N. Y.