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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SEPTEMBER 7, 1808
JUST ARRIVED :
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BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS.
And want you to help burn tliciu. If you have not
got a rifle or shot-gun to burn them in, wo can furnish you
tho required articles in that line, also. We havo a lino
stock of smokeless and black powder shot-gun cartridges ;
also powder, shot, shells, Avails, and loading tools for those
who wish to load their own ammunition.
Shot-guns, Hides, Kevolvers, Air-guns, &c, &c.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Limited,
Corner "Fori; arid Kincr Streets.
SOLID AXD CUSHION,
Put on any Wiiki:l, and Satisfaction Guakanthhd.
Full Line of Delivery Wagons and Other Vehicles.
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(SriMnnd orders promptly llllcd.
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.Fout HTunirr, aiiovi: Cmjii Staiii.ks.
' t.tKi lA i&mh? i"! tJ'.w.M iP'-
Rhoumntlsm, Kldnoy Troublos and
Sick Hoodncho tho Roaults Doc
tored for Yoars Without Rollof.
" II y blood was out ol order, and I bo
Bin taking Hood's Sarsaparllla. It has
purified my blood and relieved me of
rheumatism, kldnoy troublo and sick
headaches. I have been afflicted with
those difficulties for years. I am now ablo
to do a good day's work. Rheumatism has
troubled mo since I was a child, but I am
now entirely well." Mibs PiiEonn 1)ai
LIST, Box 445, Pasadena, California.
" I havo suffered from tho e fleets of im
pure blood, bolls, pimples, etc., for five
years. I hare tried various remedies with
out relief and Anally purchased six bot
tles of Hood's Sarsaparllla. Tho bolls
and pimples havo all disappeared slnco 1
began taking this medicine. I am now
entirely cured." Louis TnoMAS, 1412
11th Street, Oakland, California.
Is the best In fact the One Truo Wood Puri
fier. All druggists, fl, six for(S. Oct Hood's.
H,1,. r:il arc purely vccetaWo. ri
ll uuu a I liio iiaum, ucnciiciai.
For aJJItlonal Shipping News sfe setenth page.
Diamond Head Signal Station, So jit
0, I tun Weather clear, wind light
Tuesday, Sept 0
Ger lik Paul r.-onbtirg, Wuhrmanu,
Wednesday, Sept 7.
Stmr Noenu, Gregory, from Ha
muktia. Stmr Kauai, Hruhu, from I.ahal
na uud Kaauapall.
Am sohr Mululo, Sus-i, from San
Wednesday, Sept 7.
Stmr Iwa, Townxend, for Maul
Amschr Endeavor,MeAllep, for the
From Ilnuiiikii'i, por Hirur Noe
ou, S.ipt 7 18o buun
HOAT IIACINO MATTKKS,
T4nirkfci4r Cliniiell for C'liumiilonslilii
Tho Kegattu Committoe hns de
cided ou tho toiiowiug mon as
titnekoepera iu tbu Championship
events on Saturday: J. L. Tor-
bert, S. M. Dodge and Win. Lovo,
Tho judges will choose their
Tlio start will bd made at the
Bhot of a pistol by ono of the
startora nnd tho finish of each boat
will be marked by tho same sig
The winners in the Junior event
will receive- two cups. Ono is tho
iiowiug Association uud the other
tho AlcLauillosS cup. Thoro will
bo the usual prize of a bauuor in
the Senior event.
Tho Union Express Co. launch
hab been secured for tho judges
uud newspaper representatives.
She is faster than any craft of tho
kind in tho harbor.
Tho Healaui Junior crow tnado
tho couiBu in 10:15 last ovouiug,
thirty -live secouds hotter than
whit, wns done tho other day.
Tho Heaatta Uommitteo decided
at tho last meotiug to add to tho
Regatta Day program a ton oared
cutter race, this for the special
benefit of tho U. S. S. Philadol
phia inen who have two rival
crows iu thoir midst. The mem
bers of theso am anxious to havo
a try at ouch other.
Tin: iim:aiili: imiu.stuv.
TrimplanlliiK Hulf u Million lliirI
uluntl from Florida.
Manager 1. 0. S nih of tho
Poarl Oity Fruit Co. is in town
today. Tho company is trans
planting half u million pineapple
plants from the laud lately ac
quired by the Oahu Sugar Co. to
tho company's now plantation on
tho high lands nbovo Poarl Oily.
It is also shipping by first steam
er for tho Coast 30,000 plantB to
D. McLoau, formerly a fruit
grower nt Poarl City, has sent
from Florida a requisition for 80,
000 pineapple plauts. Local
growers are bidding for tho order.
A Honolulu in nti is likely to got
it, owing to wuat no can savo on
tho haul to ship.
Illrt (lonn to Kuuul.
J. Birt, convicted of gross cheat
in the District Court, Lihuo, Kau
ai, not long ago, was taken to Kau
ai on the W. G. Ilall yesterday in
charge of Deputy Sheriff Omstod
to undergo trial in tho Circuit
Court, to which ho appealed. At
torupy Gear, who has tho case in
hand, wont along with him.
Continued from First Page.
taken into consideration Urn King
of Hawaii's dosiro to roceivo a
Mission from tho Church of Eng
land hoadod by a Bishop, are of
opinion that measures Bhould be
taken for fulfilling tho dosiro thus
put, wo trust, by God into tho
heart of His Majesty.
"That having respeot to tho im
portacco of theso Islands as a
probable ccntro or Christian in
lluencc in the North Pacific Archi
polago, as woll as tho immodiato
noeds of tho actual population of
tho Hawaiian gtoup, an oarnest
appeal for support bo made to the
Church at homo.
"That as it appears by lottors
from tho Bishops of California
and Now York that thoro is a
readiness on bohalf of tiro Amor
ican Church to unitoin this offort,
tbo Cotnmittoo hail with gratitude
to God such an opeuing for com
mon missionary action botwocn
two groat branches of tho Reform
ed Catholic Church.
"That tho Bishops of California
and Now York bo requested to
convoy to tho Church in America
most earnest invitations from this
Committeo to unite in this work."
3. Tho Seo of Honolulu has
now a history of thirty six years.
Iu that history lies the assurance
that, whatovor chauges may now
ensue, nothing will bo do no to
break tho continuity of the history
of tho Auslicnn Church iu Ha
waii. If thoro is ono thing un
likoly to happen, it is that tho
Hawaiian Islands will coaso to
form a sopcrate jurisdictiou, nnd
will bo merged in tho Diocoso of
California. So far from this be
ing likoly, all may rest assured
that if any action is taken by tho
General Couvontiou, it will bo in
tho direction of supporting and
strengthening tho work of tho
past, not of supplanting
it, not of roplacing ono organ
ization by auothor, but of
removing tho prosont hindrances
to growth, and of giving to tho
Church in tho Islands, through
union with itsolf, tho strength and
stability to put forth moro vigor
4. Another point to which I
would call attention, is that, whon
evor tho Church in the United
States resolves to rolievo tho
Chinch of England of its respon
sibility with regard to theso IbI
auds, tho linos aro already laid
down with the common consont of
the Bishops of tho Anglican Com
munion by which this Diocese
may become part of tho orgauiza
tiou of the Church in tho United
Stutes. Tho steps by which a Mis
siouary Bishopric Bhould bo unit
ed to a Provincial organization
wero carefully considered at tho
Lamboth Conforeuco of 1887, and
form tho subject of Resolution XI.
Iho moot important clauses aro
'VIII. That tho conditions on
which a Mis-ionary Bishopric
should bo bi ugbt within a Pro
viuciul organ zition should be:
"1. Tho ii quest of tho Mission
ary Bishop, uddressed both to the
Church trom which ho received
mission uud to tho Provinco which
he wishes to join.
"2. Tho consont of tho Church
from which ho received mission,
that consent boing given by tho
Metropolitan or Presiding Bishop.
"3. Tho consent of tho Provinco
ho wishes to join, that consent bo
ing givon by tho Provincial Sy
nod. "IX. That tho status, iurisdio
tion uud designation of tho Bishop
tuus recoiveu into a systom of
Provincial organization should bo
determined by tho Synod of tho
Provinco to which his Soo shall
be thou attached."
C. You may naturally aBk wholh
or I intond to tako any action
under tho nbovo Resolution. My
reply to this is that in tho
present case, thero is a finan
cial question which has first
to bo settled. It does not appear
to me that any action in tho tliroo
tion of Buoh union should or can
bo taken horo until an agreement
has bjon arrived at botwoon tho
Archbishop of Canterbury nnd tho
Society of tho Propagation of the
Goapol on the ono sido, and tho
Uenornl Uonvontion and Board ol
Missions of America on tho other,
for tho transfer of tho maintenance
of tho Seo from ono Bide of tho
Atlantic to tho qthor.
G. On ono other point a word
may bo said. Should tho change
of ling bo followed by tbo adop
tion of the Prayer book of tlio
American Church in place of tho
Prayer book of tho Church of
Euglaud? Not until tho Diocoso
is received into tho oigauization
of tbo Church iu Arnorica. Until
then our rotation to tho Soo of
Cantorbury is unaffected by tho
political change. With tho ex
ception of tho change in tho State
Prayers about which notico has
already been given tho sorvicoH
will oontiuuo to bo conducted in
all our churches according to tho
uso of tho Oburoh of England.
But should American church
mon in Honolulu, Hilo or clso
whero, bo desirous of at once
orectinc n church in which tho
Amorican Prayer-book may bo
used, to bo served by an American
Clorgymau for whom an adequate
support is guaranteed, 1 may state
that it is quito within tho autho
rity of tho Bitdiop to grant per
mission for its uso, tho conditions
required for tho orcction of
churches boing duly obsorved.
If any Amorican churchman do
sires to proceed in tho matter and
will confer with mo on tho sub
ject I shall bo most happy to faci
litate their wishes to tho utmost of
Friend and Bishop,
On October 1st, 1898, and
continuing until further notice,
Savings Deposits will be re
ceived, and interest allowed bv
this Bank, at four and one-half
per cent, per annum.
The terms, rules and regula
tions of the Hawaiian Postal
Savings Bank will be adopted
as far as it is practicable to ap
ply them, and the Cash Re
serve of SS0.000 required un
der the Postal Act will be
Printed copies of the Rules
and Regulations may be ob
tained on the first of October
BISHOP & CO.
Honolulu, Sept. 7, 1898.
Department of Public In
Ti:.i)i:itH Kon School Buildino.
Sealed tenders for the construction
of a two-story, twelve-room, hrlek
school hulldiiiK in Honolulu will be
received at tho olllco of the under
signed in tho Executive Building until
12 o'clock noon ou Thursday, Septem
Plans and spcclflcatloux can he seen
at the ofllce of MeswrN. Ripley &
Each bid must bo accompanied by a
certified check for 11 vo per cent of the
estimated cost of building.
Tho Minister docs not bind himself
to accept tlio lowest or any bid.
(Signed) 1IENUY E. COOPER,
Minister of Publlo Instruction.
Holder of water privileges, or those
paying water nitus, tire hereby noti
fied that the hours for Irrigation pur
poses are from (I to 8 o'clock a. in. and
from 4 to 0 o'clock p. m.
II. Holders of water privileges on
tho slopes of Punchbowl above Green
street, and In Nuimiiu Valley above
School street are hereby untitled that
they will not be restricted to tho Irri
gation bourn of (I to 8 u. in. uud -1 to
(1 p. iu., nut will bo allowed to irrigate
whenever sulllclent water is available,
provided that they do not use tlio
watei for irrigation purpose for more
than four hours in every twentv-four.
Bunt. Honolulu Water Works.
Approved: J. A. KINO,
Mlnlstor of Interior.
Honolulu, II. I., Kept. 7, 1893 ,
Wight Sohool Notice.
Tho Honolulu Night School will opon
lor tlio Full Term m tlio Foil stroct
school building on Monday evon
ing, September 12th, at SKVKN
o'clock. Tho rogular sossdons of the
school will bo fromsovuu to nine o'clock,
uvurjf uvuiiiuK uarciu, oaiuruiiys, nun
days and logul holidays.
lty order of the Department of Publlo
instruction. v. I". KODOF.ltS,
.,U Vv?:ASS(iarVii-Uik.ii Afeafe.-.t),..... .. ,.t.
Tested and tried for 35 years In
all parts of the world.
8uch Ii tlinlotlmony of Jin. H. n. Chop
poll, of Btatti'll.Vlctoiln, Austinllii. Shosaysi
" It Is with great flcMiiro that I record
my experience ns n nurse, for tlilrty-nvn
years with tho wonderful curative effects ol
nnI Dr.Aycr's nils, noth of these I liars
used In (llllcrcnts parts of llio wcrld, Includ
ing Australia, for myself nnd my .dlnits,
In cases of nervous prostration, poor Mood,
skin diseases nnd all complaints Irmn uil;
ncss peculiar to women. 1 Incut In-nrlll) 10
commend theso preparations to all snlTir-TS
from any of tho nbovo named distressing
For constipation Isko Hi. Aycr's lM1s. T'iey
promptly relieve nnd Kiirply rnrc T.ki Una
with Dr. Ajcr' Sarsaparllla: ono aids thu other.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.,
Solo Agents for tho Republic of Hawaii.
Ollors ftpociiil Inducements In comfort
and excellence to tmvolors and faiiillios.
a notably clenn kitclienj prompt nnd
pollto frorvlco to guests.
tST First -class HKSTAUHANT De
K. AIIU.L, 1'roprlotor.
Tolophono M)U. P.O. Box 719. 1010
John D. Willard,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW.
Iu Paul Xtiiiiniin'sonioo.SllMorciiant
streot, Honolulu. into
TIlO OtlPPll 1111(1 Ti trlii nni ... I...
the liiuiiagenient of Mr. W. K. Azblll
who assumed full control on the 1st of
Sent Mr ('..-I i." I ,..
connected with the Tlvoll at Wulklkl.
Annual Championship Races,
SEPT. 10, 1898,
Pearl Harbor Course.
First Rnco Four-oareil Shell, .Senior
Sncotid Baco Four-oarod Slioll, .In
niors. Races will start nt I p. in., after tho
arrival of second train.
Trains will lenvo Honolulu deMt nt
1:45 and :i:15, and return Immodlutolr
after tho rnces. Hound trip tickets, 76
cents. S. 10. P. TAYLOR,
Tho promises belonging to Sirs. G. O,
Boruor. situate ou tlio corner of Horn.
tnulu and Puu.iliou stroots. Tlio house
Which is llli-:e :lllrl pmillttnillniiu Imu
Just boon put lu through repair, and tlio
grounds con-iMlng or two acres, are
planted with fiultiind ornnniontal troos.
For further paitlculnrs apply to
070-tf F. W. MAL'FAIir,ANTK.
d, 500 Men
Shaved for 15 Cents.
AtOlll'j Fort htieot, opposite tho Club
II. JF.FFS, 1'roprlotor.
DR. J. 11. RAYMOND gives notico
that ho has resumed his prnctlco, with
olllco on llorotaiiia streot, nour Kmnin,
and has changed his olllco hours, as fol
lows: 0:00 to 11:00 n. in., I-.00 to 3:00
and 7:00 to 8:00 p. m. 1000-lm
Intelligent American or Portuguese
boy to learn candy making. Apply
?fmVr.,,.!'ll,',,,,l,,, "I-Ty. Hotel stroet.
1010-at j. W. ECCLES.
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