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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, September 06, 1898, Page 8, Image 8',
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JUST ARRIVED :
I Chamber Suites,
I Side Boards,
f Extension Tables, J
f ,x n AmTiTI
ilUIIMAV AT JIIKTK.Kr
HlUMIAl UL IViiiJJAi
0 'Waverlsy BlooJs.
1 BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS.
And want you to help bum thorn. If you have not
got a rifle or shot-gun to burn tlioin in, can furnish you
tho required articles in that lino, also. We have a line
stock of smokeless and black powder shot-gun cartridges ;
aNo powder, shot, shells, wads, and loading tools Tor those
who wish to load their own ammunition.
Shot-guns, Rifles, Revolvers, Air-guns, &e., &c.
HALL & SON,
Corner F1. ti -md Kino: Streets.
SOLID AXD CUSHION,
Put on vsy Wiibki,, and Satisfaction Uiahanti:i:i.
Full Line of Delivery Wagons and Other Vehicles.
JS O 3E3C XJ 3VE -A. 3XT 1ST ? S
Carriage and Harness Repository
lrislanil orders proniptlv tilled
I GO LIGHTLY KHHSTID. g
I Imperial Wheels ! I
Best Bicycle for general use made in the United States.
See for vourself and be convinced.
.Fokt srur.r.T, aiiovk Ci.uii Staiii.es,
EVENING BULLETIN HONOLULP. IT. I., SEPTEMBER
which Is one of tho worst nl
dictions of tho human race, and
comes from Impuro blood.
a torment to tho flesh, ft dis
figurement to tho body, and a
drain on tho system, also duo
to vitiated blood.
which so disfigure tho skin, and
mako tho human faco dlvlno
anything but a thing of beauty,
but which aro Nature's adver
tisement of foul blood.
In tho let-lii fact Hie One True Illoml I'urlMcr.
Sold by nil driiRKlsli. Ml six for $5.
.!., r:il art li.armonlnmlv
I IUUU o i-iiis Hood's 8.irsR.irfila,
Tuesday, Sept 0.
Stinr Olaudlne, Cameron, for Maul
ports,nt ! p ni.
Stinr Lchun, Bennett, for Moloknl
nml Iaiml, ntr p m.
Stinr Miknluilu, Thompson, for Nil
willwili nml Ilniiiuniuilu at 4 p in.
Stinr Mnui, Freeman, for Mahuko
nn. Pumiliau, Kukiihui, Ookula, Lull
pahoehoe mill l'upalou.
Stinr W O Hull, Htiglund, for Xa
willwlll, Kolon, llunapepo, Maka
woll, Wnliiii'ii, lvekalm uuil Nlihau nt
5 p m fXuwIllwHi passengers only).
Tuesday, Sept 7
Slmr Milium IiiKi, Slmerson, from
Mnui nml Hawaii ports.
Mutina I.om Arrlvits.
Tho Mauna Loa arrived in port
at 12:30 p. m. today. Purser Tuft
reports as follows:
"Cleaned out Punaluu and
Honuapo. No rains for tho last
thiir- uifclitc. Too rough to work
ut PuiimIuu until Saturday morn
inu'. 11 nvy rt.intliorly no 1 run
niu(.'. N(ii',u o'imiih o'lt ilimu
kun a i wit Nnv today ut 2
noon fu Honolulu. U'oitlier
jiw i Vi'o hi-lit wind.''
Pillowing in- Hi pas i'ii'im
' 1 1 . i'ii ii- rmi fu ii and IIhwih
poru on !' 11 u a L'n:
0 fl Smith, L Wills, L Lino, G
Kawake, Mast Walakana, J Jor
gensen and sou, Mrs Lagaro and
daughter, Akana Liilii, G Wright,
Bon Wright, Miss Mary Wright, S
Kauimoku, L T Kauwe, Miss
Kauwo, Mies Dora Todd, Miss
OiaB, L Waiu, John Kylva, Jr, G
Nahulo, 0 Naln'o, J Nahaliy
Abbio Makokuu, 0 Castondyke,
Mrs Jaeger, Miss Jaeger, Mrs
Davison, Miss Mary Gib3ou, Miss
Ellon Gibson, Miss Maria Gibson,
D J Kahaulolio, Mrs Achoy, Miss
Pali, Mast Hose, Mis Clark. Mrs
O Punahele and daughter, Ketilo
ni Kitili, Judge Kulun, J liouuo
rr. D M Corristou, D M Corris
ton, Jr, and 112 on il- i-fc.
Tho caruo of the Mauna Lou is
is follows: 8G'5j b'igs sugar, 5'.!
li i(!fl ''I'trot'. 30 head cat' o nud 150
Tho ornamoutal wire foucius
'.ml by J. II, Ankrotu and EI. E
H. nili id: of the Hawaiian Iron
Fi-uci' iV Monuiui'iitil Co., is nol
oii'y o' iiiitiir-ntHl inu is v'ry dura
iilo It ih but h hlion time since
is l-ii'ng whs introduced in
Hun "'uhi ot tln tirm bus sold a
t u.nlinr f tli'Piis.iiul fee. Mr.
Ankrom has boon general agent of
tho btowurt Iron Works of (Jin
oinnati for many years. Ho is a
business man of intelligence and
lutognty. Mr. Henanck was a
number of years in business in
Chicago nud is graduate cf tbo
Chicago University. This firm is
the sole ngoucy of tho Swift ifc Co.
pricking house products of Chica
go. Goods which they sell strict
Iv nt wholesale. It al o does a
.'I'ncral rr-al estato business.
Wlmn Doctor I)Ua(re.
London, Aug. '21. A controver
sy similar to that which aroae bo
tweon Dr. Morrell Mackeuzio and
the Gormin surgeons after tho
iteatu ot trnporor rreuenck is
springing up uAtwoeu tlw Frouch
and iugush surgeons with refer
once to tho treatment of tho Prince
of Wales' injury. Dr.LucasOham
pionniore. an omiuent French sur
geon, doclares that an peration
Bhould have beeu performed. Eng
lish surgeons privately agree that
ho is right generally, but point
that the prince, a art from any
functional deraupomout, is a very
bad subject, ami that had au oper
ation been performed it mi(jht
causo serious uouble. Thais the
reason why Lord Lister, who is
notoriously opposed to operations,
was civon chtirgu of the caso.
ONLY EWA WAS SOLD
No Excitement on tbo stock Exchange
, J. Campbell Takes George McLeod's Seat
Prices Hold Up-Some Between
Board Sales Noted.
Comparatively little businosa
waB douo at tho Stook liXohougo
this morning. Tho only stook eold
was ton shares of Ewa at $210.
Tho sulos betweon boards wore 8
shares of Huiku at $210,110 shares
Kipahulu at $110, 15 sharos Wild
or Steamship Company $115, five
shares Waimanalo at $200, 10
shares Pioneer Mill $100, 10 sbarob
American Sugar Company $115.
Guorgo McLeod has transferred
his seat on tho Exchnngo to A. J.
Oampboll, who whs elected to
Prices as a rulo Room to be
holding up well. Ewa is hold $25
highor, Hawaiian Electric $2 50
above previous quolatiou and
Waimanalo $2.50. Wilder Steam
ship and tho Iuter-lslaud havo
dropped $2 nud $2.50 respectively.
I'ullowiug aro quotations:
Kwn JAW 00
Jliuvn Agr Co UK) 01)
IIuwii SUKur I o t.MiiK)
Kalillktl 150 00
O.iliu (iiHsussiililc) hVi 00
Pue Sonar. Mill..,
l'loneor Mill 4M)00
Wiilluku Sugar C JUKI 00
Wiilnmiisilo 107 50
Wlldor SSCo 115 50
MSN Co 11750
Mutual Tol Co 1 1 00
Hawii i:iee Co tl!00 (H)
Ookala US 00
OIohiiUi I'ii 00
Samuel Norris by his attorney,
P. M. Hatch, makes a gouoral de
nial to tho complaint of J. O.
Curter for commission on tho sale
of Kahnku Ranch.
Ah Mou by his attorney, A. G.
M. Hobertsou. mokes a gonoral
denial to the complaint of It. W.
Wilcox for ojoctmout, alio gives
notice ho will rely on the stututo
Tho depositiou of Lonin A. Au
druws bus been filed in tho libel
suit of J. E. Gomes vs. Hawaiian
Gazette Co. It relates to matters
occurring whou Mr. Audrows, uow
Sheriff of Hawaii, was a captain of
police in Honolulu.
Luchb V3. Perry still on tenth
One of tho neatoat and most at
tractive resort in town is Tho
Cottngo, 17 Konia street, N.
lirelmm propiietor. Mr. Prehtim
opened The Cottago last Saturday
night and tho place was crowded
with visitors. At the resort tho
oricinal hop beor is sorvod. This
boor was tirst manufactured by
Mr. Brehatn over flvo yoars ago,
aud its murits were such that it
received great popularity. At Tho
Cultigo Air. Urehiuu serves soup,
ouo ontree and other tolishos and
onn great bottlo of boor for 10
cents. Mr. Hrehani also makes a
speciality of furnishing tho beor
bottled to families.
COALING STATION AT HAMOA.
Iliiartrr or n Million Uollnra Will Il
i:xpvmlil on (lit Work.
Washington, Aug. 21. The
Navy Department has comploted
plans for a 8250,000 coaling sta
tion at Pago Pago, Samoan Isl
ands, and contracts for tho work
will bo awarded by Civil En
gineer Ohnmbers. Tho station
will bo tho most lonely of auy of
the country's naval possessions.
It will be remote from any com
munity, tho nearest town somo
miles away being Pnugo Paogo,
containing twouty or thirty
houses. Engineor'Chambers will
spend tho upxt ten ot. twelve
mouths at this pluce, superintend
itir the work and making a Burvoy
Specifications for tho coaling
station include a etojl pier 200
feet long, with a depth of water of
thirty two feet at its and. Thoro
are to be two coaling sheds of
-t-el, of 8000 tous capacity. A
small dwelling will bo erected for
tho men in charge of (ho station
and a small storehouse will also
Deputy Sborifjf Omstcd of Wai
moa leaves for his homo this after
If you want a uico Itubbor tiro
hack with a careful driver ring up
Club Stablo Hack Stand Tol. 31'J,
and wo guaranteo you will be
Meeting of the Bar.
Upon tho roquoMt of a nitmuor of tlio
nioinbors, a mooting of all tlio member
of tlio ll.ir lms been called to bo bold at
tlio ollteo of tlio Attornoy-donoral, on
THVItSDAY, Soptombor 8th, at 2 p. in.
WM. O. SMITH,
Honolulu, Sopt. n, 189S. KXI'l-lt
lly a praetleal farmor, who Is a llrst
cIiihx I)iihIiichh man nml aeeountant,po8U
tlon of roMM)iisll)lllt y. .Sugar plantation
prcforroil. HcforeuecM ami bomlM Ad
ilresM II., euro Hawaiian Fruit anil l'l.uit
Co., Ilox 707, Honolulu.
A In ily 's whopping b.ig. Initials of
ownor aro attached, uugravoil on silver
plate, l'lnilor will lio rnwiinleil by re
turning Kig anil eontonts to this ollleu.
A llrhtliiHs white IIAKKK.
Apply at Now England llakory,Horn'H
ohl plaeo, Hotel Mreet. 1000-tf
Near the corner of King anil I'ort
street, Mrs. S. JuiIiI'n .Shopping Hag.
Namoil engravcil on Mler plate at-
Lanai Sugar Co,
The HUHSdUlTIOX LIST for tho
above Plantation will lie open to sub
Hcriberrt nt my olllee on and after
Wednesday, August 31.
The prospectus may be hud on ap
100!) Corner King and Itetliel Stn.
The SUIJSCIUITIOX LIST of tho
above Plantation Is now open and the
prospectus niuy be seen at my oillce.
Heal Kstatu ami Klinre Broker.
Corner King slid Bethel streets.
Hawaiian Stamps Purchased.
I am nrcnaroil to purchase any
quantity of used Hawaiian stumps for
easii. aim win pay me following prices
lor tne last issue:
l: 00c period
2c 50o "
6c ?1 "
llle 2 "
12c 0 "
25c 15 "
All stamps to bo in good condition.
Prices furnished on application for
All shipments should be made by
registered limit, and remittance will
alwuys follow within three days of
Heiercneo : Clans Spreekles & Co.
C. B. CALM AN,
18 Kast 2llrd St., New York, K. Y.
It can bo obtained In all of its orig
inal purity from tho original Hicham.
This justly famed beor is particularly
adapted for the climate of Honolulu.
KQXKmlly trado a specialty.
Depot 17 Konla street.
I. O. Box 185.
Night Sohool Notice.
The Honolulu Night School u HI upon
for tho Fall Term at tlio Fort street
school building on Monday evening,
Septemlier 12th, at half past soou
o'clock. Tho regular sessions of tbo
school will bo from won to nine o'clock,
oery evonlug except Silurdiys, Sun
days aud legal holldtys.
Ily ordor of the I)op.irtmoiit of Puhllo
Instruction. (. F. BOI)(ii:iLS,
Aucps Hair Vigor
It catuca the oil glands
In the Blcin to become more
active, malting the hair
soft and glossy, precisely
as nature Intended.
It cleanses tho scalp
from dandrulTand thns re
moves one of the great
canses of baldness.
It makes a better cir
culation In the arjiln nml
stops the hair from coming out.
It prcvcals and
It cures baldness.
Ajer"s Hair Vigor will surely make hair
grow on bald heads, provided only there ii
any life remaining In tho hair bulbs.
It restores color to gray or whlto hair. It
docs not do this in a moment, as will a hair
d)e; but In a short time tho gra color of
nge gradually disappears and the darker color
of jnuth takes its place.
Or. J. C. Ayir &. Co., Lowell, Mass., U. S. A.
Hollistex Drug Co., Ltdi,
Sole Agouti for the Itoruiullc of Hawaii. ' '
Annual Championship Races,
SEPT 10, 1898,
Pearl Harbor Course.
First Itaeo Kour oared .Shell, Senior
.Second Itaco Four-oared Shell, Ju
niors. ltaccs will tart at I n. m nii. n.
arrival of secon.l train.
Trains will Icuwi llouohilu iluxit ii
1:45 um! :i:lr, nml return Imnieillatnly'
after tho raeos. Itoui d tilp tickets, 75
eents. s. I', P. TAYI.OH.
Tho IKON FKXCINti, OltNA-
MKNTAL I HON aud WIKI2 WOltK of
all kinds sold by us. The Fencing Is
Just the Tiling
to boautifv your grounds, ami It is im
mutable. Call and insicct It.
Wo lmc some
ANKROM & HENDRICK
IKSuSolo agency of tlio siwlft it Co.
Packing Houso Products of Chicago.
Illds for building tho works of the
Honolulu Steam Laundry will 16 re
. no re
l Store, I
p to 12
ceived at tho Ollleu of tho Iviu.li
wnoro plans may bo soon, up
o'clock noon on WKDNICSUAY, Sept.
Tho Management resorvos tho right
to refuse any or all bids.
Honolulu, Sept. 5, lbOS. KKW lit
Mil. C. H. .l.vi'OX Is horoby autho
rized to collect all accounts duo to Kvr.v.
i.mi llt'i.i.inix from thin d.ilo.
Per V. Feruauilex,
Honolulu, Sept. 5, 180S. 1U0S :it
L. C. ABLES,
Ik'al Estnto uiul Financial
:ti5 fokt STUi:i:r.
Wanted, 500 Men .
TO OCT I
Shaved for 15 Cents.
AtillU'i Fort street, oppislto the (lull
II. JKI'TS, Proprietor.
u, i ..Ji: .,' -.lt Jt"ui;.jrJ 'c ' .