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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU. H. I, SEPTEMBER 9, 1898
JUST ARRIVED :
Library $ Parlor Tables
m BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS.
CARTRIDGES TO BURN !
And want you to help burn tliom. If you have not
got a rifle or sliot-uu to burn them in, we can furnish you
tho l'lMjuircd articles in that line, also. We have a lino
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, fcc.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Limited,
Corner "Fort and Kina Streets.
f Rubber Tires
Put on a.'y WiiHKL, and
Full Line of Delivery Wagons and Other Vehicles.
Carriage and Harness Repository
tSriHlmiil orilci-H promptly llllcd.
m o-o LiGKHTiysr khhstd.
Best Bicycle for general use made in the United States.
See for yourself and be convinced.
PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 FORT ST. Telephone 565.
.Four stiu:i:t, Aitovi: Or.un Staiii.kh.
It Is caBy to purgo, but that Is not what
Is wanted. A mild but euro and undls
turbing cathartic will set Naturo to go
ing, and relievo tho head, tho stomach,
tho liver and all tho organs of tho body
from the many and dangerous evils of a
clogged corporeal drainage.
Hood's Pills CUKE Liver Ills, sick head
acho, biliousness, constipation, without
purging, without pain, without violence
Hood's Pills aro tho only pills to tako
with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Sold by all
druggists. 25c. Sent by mall on receipt
oi price, uy u. i. Hood & Co., Lowell. Mass.
Department of Public In
struction. Tkmii:ks roii School Jlrii.uiNci.
Sealed tenders for the construction
of a two-story, twelve-room, brick
school building In Honolulu will he
received at the olllco of the under
signed III the Kxoeutlve Hlltldliiguntll
12 ii clock noon on Thursday, Septem
Plans and specifications can he Keen
at the olllce of Messrs. Itlplcy A
Kuoli hid must liu lu't'ompniiled by a
certlllcd check for live per cent of the
estimated cost of building.
The Minister docs not lilnd himself
to accept the lowest or any bid.
(Signed) HKN'ltV H.COOPKK,
Minister of Publlo Instruction.
Holders of water privileges, urthoc
paying water rates, art- hereby nntl
llod that the hours for Irrigation pur
poses are from (I to K o'clock a. m. and
from 4 to I) o'clock p. in.
II. Holders of water privileges on
the slopes of Punchbowl above Green
street, and in Xiiimini Valley above
School street aro hereby notified that
they will not be restricted to the irri
gation hours of (1 to 8 a. in. and I to
6 p. in., nut will lio allowed to irrigate
wheiieversulllclent water isavailahlc,
provided that they do not use the
watei for Irrigation purposes for inoro
than four hours In every twenty-four.
Supl. Honolulu Waterworks.
Approved: J. A. KINO,
Honolulu, II. I., Sept. 7, 1S9S
Annual Championship Races,
SEPT. 10, 1898,
Pearl Harbor Course.
First Itnco Four-onrod Slioll, .Senior
Second Huco l'"our-o.irod Shell, Ju
niors. Uncos will start at I p. in., after the
arrival of soron 1 train.
Trains will leave Honolulu ik-pit at
l:4riinl :i: n, and return Immediately
after tho racos. Hound trip tlckots, 7C
cents. S. Ii l TAYLOR,
O. R. & L. CO.
At Pearl Harbor,
Saturday, Sept. 10th.
B3i. Trains will loavo Honolulu at
1:45 p. ni. and :t:l.r p. in.
Excursion Tickets, 75o.
N. U. Tho Rogiilur Train Scheduled
to lonio Honolulu at 5:10 p. in. will not
loimi until after tho arrival of tiaiu from
the bo.it races. F. C. SMITH,
O. 1". ,t T. A.
THK HAWAIIAN CIIAITKR OI
thi: sonsofthi:ami:rican rkv-
IHA'TIOX will cib-oro tho Anniversary
of "1'orry's Victory" of Sopteinbor 10,
1813, by a mooting at tho rosldonco of
Mr. A. K. Judd, l'resldont, on Saturday,
Soptombor 10, at 7:30 p. ni.
ismng Compatriots aio Invited to
bo present. 101().:it
1 or aJJitiorut Shipping News see seventh page
Diamond Head Signal Stntlnn, Sopt
I), 1 pin Weather hazy, wind fresh
Thursday, Sopt 8.
Am ship John A ItrlggH, Hatch,
from Newcastle, N 8 W.
Friday, Sept 0.
Stmr Kcntilimi, Thompson, from
Ktmr Mlknhaln, Thompson, from
Stmr Kliuui, Clarke, from Hawaii
and Maul ports.
Friday, Sept 0.
Stmr Miunm Lna, Slinerson, for La-
halnn, Maalaea, Ivoiia ami Kau.
Stmr Keauhou, Thompson, for Kn
liuku at 4 til.
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
Captain Ahlborn returned to
Mnui on tho Mauna Lon tin's foro
After tbis tho Kinau will Htiil
ou Tuesdays and nrrivo ou Sun
days, mnkiug a trip a weok.
Tho steamer llnwaii will bo in
tomorrow with 00 bond of cattle
for tho Metropolitan Meat Com
pnuy. L T Kennko of tlio Post Offico
roturned ou tbo Kinau tbis fore
uoon after a most pleasant vaca
tion in uud about Ililo.
Tbo S S City of Columbia wns
suppo3od to suil from llilo for
tbis port today. According to
that sbo will arrivo tomorrow.
During tbo two weeks which
onded September 1, 100,000 fish
wero received at tbo fisbmarkot.
I'lin majority of those wero pubi
kii. Tho bark Annio Johnson, Mat
son master, with cargo consisting
of 136'J bags sugar, 2'2 bags coffee,
1 cleat' ic motor and 3 cylinders,
hns suited from Hilo.
The schooner Metlm Nelson,
Itico mostor, from Abordoon.
Washington, with cargo a lumbor
consisting of '1135,851 feot dressed
pine, 00 bundles laths, I.J1 sacks
bran, '220 sucks ot oats has arriv
ed in llilo.
From Maui and Hawaii ports,
per stmr Kinau, Sept 9 Volcano:
M W Fogg aud wifo, J W Brown,
Mrs F Simpson and child, A liu
chauan, Mibb O Snow, Miss I Tnu
ner, Miss M Suntor, W Hancock,
Miss A E Wall, Miss E K Day
ton, Miss Emma Lyons, L T Ko
niike, Dr A 0 Wall, II L Wheat
ly, II B Gehr, A S Gurnoy and
wife, H O Davis, A A Hobson.
Way ports: Miss L M Lemon, II
S Townsend, wife aud 3 children,
Mrs Jenkins and 2 children, Rev
S L Desha and 3 children, S Now
lein, wifo and 2 childron, MisB
Aunio Boso, Miss F Hill, Thos
Byan, D Bietl. H F Humbloy, B
C Saddler, B lymoud Cowan, Mrs
Geo Buttmnu, Miss M Mnby,
Miss Kaloi Ewaliko, Miss J Ka
puabi, Master W Vannatta, Most
or J Vannatta, Miss B Horner,
Mies Maud Horner, Mrs J J Hor
ner, Miss E Horner, Arthur Hor
ner, Master Jack Winter, Cbas
Williams and 7 childron, Miss
Alice Kong, Master Bridge, Bobt
Hughes, Miss M Hughes, H T
King, J A M Osorio and i child
ron, Master J Lang, Master W
Perry, Master S Maheloua, Miss
Gerty, Miss A Doweott, Miss M
Dowsott, Chew Man, W H Corn
well, Miss A Widdifield, Miss 0
WiddiQeld, J K Kahinu, and 188
From Honaloi, per stmr Keau
hou, Sept 9 FalhorSylvestor, tho
four Bortlemann children, Master
Bruco Hopkins aud 0 on dock.
From Hanaloi, per stmr Koau
bou, Sopt 91100 bags paddy, 80
From Maui and Hawaii ports,
per stmr Kinau, Sept 9392 bags
spuds, 91 bags corn, -17 balos awa,
3G bags coffee, 07 bales hidoB, 4
head hogs, 25 head cattlo, 175
Bopresontativos from tho various
young peoplo's Bociotios of tho citv
will meet in the Y. M. 0. A. hall
this evening to talk over plans for
tbo proposed union mooting to bo
hold in tho association hall Mon
day ovoning noxt.
If you want a nico Bubber tiro
hack with a caroful driver ring up
Club Stable Hack Stand Tol. 319,
and wo guarautoo you will be
HAWAIIAN NATIONAL LKAtlUi:,
IlmtnrM Trnninctril uta Meeting Held
At ft mooting of tho Hawaiian
National Leniruo hold yestorday
aftornoon, tbo following business
Momorial to Commission as
drawn up by tbo committoo, road
and laid on the tablo subject to
Clerk instructed to roply to tbo
Wnianao nativos granting thoir
requost that thoy bo nllowed to
send dolegfttca to Honolulu to ox
uminc tho memorial.
Clork instructed to roply to the
Hui Aloha Aina tolling thorn of
tho acoeptanco of thoir request to
join with tho Hawaiian National
Loaguo undor tho following condi
tions: 1. That tho Hui Aloha Aina
ohaugo its preset platform which
is ngainst annexation.
2. That tho Hui Aloha Aina
dplecatos meet with them for tho
special purposo of considering tbo i
moraonni to bo prcsonteu to tl.o
Commission aud for nono other.
Tomorrov' llac Kvrnln.
Tho Championship races set for
tomorrow afternoon promise to bo
of tho most exciting naturo. Those
who havo watched tho prnotiso of
the crows ou tbo Poarl harbor
course givo it as their opinion that
tho Healanis will comoout winnor
in the Senior ovcut.
As to tho Junior ovont, it is
agreed that tbo strugglo will bo an
oven one between tho crews,
All arrangements for tho races
havo boon made nnd nil that is
now taking is to havo tho clock
striko -1 o'clock tomorrow.
Tho first train for tho races
leaves tbo city at 1:45 nud tbo
1 T i i n ri
soconu auu last at o:io. J. rams
will leavo tho Peninsula immo
diatoly aftor the races. Excureion
tickots will bo sold by tho O. It.
&, L. Co.
JUDGE ANTOHE ROSA DEAD.
Continued from First Page.
ign jury. Ho was also exact and
methodical in preparing his cases.
Privately Mr. BoBa always oviuced
a light aud gay disposition. Ho
was very companionable. At tho
samu timo ho foit doeply on pub
lic mattors, being always ready to
discuss thorn with intolligonco nnd
forco. Ho was n member of tho
Logislaturo of 1890 and ono of its
most poworf ul debaters. His pol
itics wns always Natiounlist.
The funeral will tako place from
tho Catholio cathedral to tho
Cntholio cemetery tit 4 o'clock this
nftornoon. These will bo tho pall
bearers: 8. O. Dwight, O. B.
Wilson, Carl Mett, Honry Smith,
J. K. Kahooknno, J. K. Knulin,
Attorney-General W. O. Smith
aud Justice W. A. Whiting.
A platoon of police under Lieut.
Wnrren will oscort the procession,
which will bo lod by tho Ha
At tho ndjournod mooting of the
Bar tomorrow morning n com
mittoo will bo appointed to draft
suitable rosolutions touching the
memory of Mr. Bosa.
NO IUILi: MATCH.
The Nliuriliootnri Not In I'oiltlon to
to Chiilleiitfe tho Nmv Yorkers.
Thero is no prospect of a match,
for a good while at leuBt, botwoon
Honolulu marksmen and the crack
shots of tho Now York Begiraont.
Cnptnin F. S. Dodgo was asked
about it this morning. Ho said
tho Sharpshooters company wore
only hanging together now to dis
poBO of a matter of business of
six months' btanding. When that
was done tho movement to reor
ganize tho old Hawaiian Biflo As
sociation would bo brought to n
bend. If a sufficient number camo
in, good nnd well. Otherwise,
both tho old organizations will go
Hetl Crou Noddy Hull.
Tho ladies of tho Bod Cross So
ciety have docidod to givo a ball
in Progress Hall on Monday oven
ing to raiso funds for tho organi
zation. Mrs. Widdiffold has geu
ornl suporvision of tho whole af
fair. Tho hall is to bo prettily do
corated, nativo musicians aro to
furnish tho music and an nil
around good timo is to bo had.
Tickets will bo on salo at tho fol
lowing places: Wall, Nichols Co.,
Benson, Smith & Co. and the Ho
bron Drug Co. The rocoption
committee will bocompoBodof tbo
following oflicorsof tho Bod Croes
Society : Mrs. Sowall, Mrs. Dole,
Princess Kaiulnni, Mrs. E. Jor
dan, Mrs. John Lucas, Mrs. O. II.
Cooper, Mrs. M. O. Widdifiold,
Mrs. A. Fuller.
TONE UP THE
"I Consider it Unequaled"
Mr. Edwin Bright of Brisbane,
Queensland, gives this strong tcsti
uionial: am pleased to say I have used
both hi the United States and through
out Australia whenever I have felt the
need of a tonic. As a remedy for lom
of appetite, weakness nnd debility, and
to touc up the system to withstand the
oppressive hent nnd sudden changes I
consider it unequaled."
For constipation tako Dr. Ayi'r'n rm TUr
prnmpllf ri-llfYP ninl tiirdr cure Tike tl rtn
Ttllb Dr. AjiT'i Sariaparllto: una hIiIk tho otlit'i.
Hollistei' Drug Co., Ltd.,
Solo AKonts for the Republic of Hawaii.
ON KASYTKRMS, I.VDY'S VORI,l
mC'YCI.K, -1)7 MOIi:i Ill'T UTTI.K
USi:i. 1'ilco $.'). For nil particulars
regarding this bargain eull at
112 TllKimLI.irilXOlT CE.
A NH?elal meeting of tlio SlinrolioldoM
ofthoOAIIUSlUJAU CO., Ud., will bo
held at tbo Chamber of Coinmoieo nt 10
a. in. ou Tuesday, Soptnmhnr l.'ltli, 1S!H.
Honolulu, Soytonilior llth, IhUS.
AUCTION SALE OF "
Ou THUKSDAY,Sopt. 15,'9S
UyordorofJ. M. Dousett, adniiiiKtni
tor of tbo estato of J. I. IIowkoI, 1 will
noil at public auction,
3 Largo Hawaiian Canoes.
For furtbor particulars Inquire of
JAS. P. MORGAN,
In the Circuit Court First
Circuit of the Hawaiian
Iq the Matter or the Bankruptcy of
Kate S. Treagloan.
Upon rondliifr and llllimtlio petition of
KATK S. TltHAtlLOAX, of Honolulu,
allogliiKtlmt inoro than six niontbs havo
olapsod Hlnco sbo was adjudicated n
bankrupt, and pmylng for a discharge
from all bor dehtN.
It Is ordered that MONDAY, Soptom
bor 20, 18U8, in Alllolnnl Halo, Hono
lulu, nt 10 a. in. of that duy, boforo Mr.
Justlco Terry, bo and tlio miho Ishoroby
npiHilntod for tbo hearing of wild potf
tlon, at which tlmo and plaeo all credi
tors who havo proved thoir claims
against silil bankrupt iiiny appear and
Hhow eauso, if any tboy haw, why tho
prayor of h.iIiI bankrupt should not lxi
My the Court:
J. A. TIIOSII'SOX,
, . Deputy Clerk.
Honolulu,; Sept. tl, IM)8. 1012 2W
A imidllT CAHII 30Y IS WANT
ed at IJ. V. Khlers & Co 'h Dry Ooodn
Store, Fort street.
A special mooting of tho Shareholders
of tho i'lonoor Mill Co. Ltd.. will bo hniii
tho olllco of H. Hiiekfuld A- Co. Ltd.,
0 ii. in. ou Soptombor 10, 181)8.
at 10 n
II. A. ISKXIIHW),
, , , Acting Soerotnry.
Honolulu, Sopt. 8, 1898. 1011-2t
POPPKXHKltO-lii San Francisco,
Augusts, 1808, Mrs. l'aullnol'op
lienborg, mother of Mrs. II. Lose
of this city, a native of Goorlitz,
aornuuiy, aged 7fi years, 4 mouths
fc. t-'i tJUl J.
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