Newspaper Page Text
THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SEPTEMBER 10, 181)8.
JUST ARRIVED :
Library $ Parlor Tables
? Chairs, Etc. J
"Waverley BlooH W
liliTHbL AINU nuibL SIKCCI3. m
TRIDBES TO BURI
And want you to help Imrii thoui. If vou have not
jrt a rifle or shot-gun to hum thoui in, avc can furnish you
tin required articles in that line, also. We have a line
stork of smokeless and black powder shot-gun cartridges ;
alMi powder, shot, shells, wads, and loading tools for those
who vMi to load their own ammunition.
Shot-guns, "Rifles, Revolvers, Air-guns, &c, fce.
E. 0. HALL "i SON, Limited,
Corner Fori; and Kino: Streets.
SOLID AND 0 USUI OX,
Tut on axy Wiinr.i-, axd Satisfaction Gi akanti:i:i.
Full Lino of Delivery Wagons and Other Vehicles.
JS O 3EE XT JSAl A. 3KT 3XT " JS
Carriage and Harness Repository
ftsTlHland orders promptlv lllled.
OO LIGHTLY KH3ST3D.
U Best Bicycle for general use
bee tor yourselt
6z t-urti si.
.Foiit siiimrr, aiiovi: Ci.un .Sr.wn.ns.
made in the United States.
and be convinced.
,,,., Jtto m i'-m,MiiUi,,K Mh ,-W It.
Is tlio chttractcrlitlo of Hood's Sarnaprt'
rlllft, Biul It is manifested every dny In the
rcmnrknblo cures this medicine accom
plishes. Druggists say: When wo sell a
bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilln to n new
customer vo nro sure to seo him back in a
few necks after mora proving that tho
good results from a trial bottlo warrant
continuing Us use. This posltlvo merit
possesses by virtue of tho Peculiar Com
bination, Proportion and Process UBcd In
its preparation, and by which all the
remedial vnluo of tho ingredients uicd
Is retained. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is thus
Peculiar to Itself and absolutely un
equalled In its powers as a blood purlllcr,
and as n tonic for Imlidlng up tho weak
and wenry, nud giving strength to tho
neres. Ho suro lo get
Sold by all druggists. 1; six for 5. Pre
pared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Apothe
caries, Lowell, Mass.
Hnnrl'c Dillc "'i the only pills tn take
1IUUU h 1 1Mb uhhiiwiirsKirvMurllli.
Holders of water privileges, ortlio-e
paying water raten, nre hereby nntl-
lled that t)ie hours for Irrigation pur
poses are from I) to 8 o'clock a. in. and
fioin I to (I o'clock p. m.
II. Holders of water privilege on
the slopes of Pnuelilxiw 1 above Green
Htreet, mid In Xuuami Valley above
ncnooi street are ncrony noiiucii nun
tllitv will nut In. n.Mtl'll'l ml In flu. li'H.
gittfnii hours of 0 to 8 n. in. anil I to
il p. in., nut will be allowcil to irrigate
wheiieernulllelent water isimiiliitilc,
prnvlileil tnal tliey do not uho the
watei for irrigation purposes for more
than four houis lu every twenty-four.
Sunt. Honolulu Wator Works.
Approved: .1. A. KIXOJ,
.Minister or interior.
Honolulu, 11. I., sept. 7, ISIS
Annual Championship Races,
SEPT. 10, 1898,
. . o i:n iitr .. .
Pearl Harbor Course
I'lrvt- Haco I'our oireil Shell, senior
Second Kaco Kotir-oired Shell, .lu
nlors. 1!:ii cs will start at I p. in., after the
urrlMil of wcoii 1 train.
Trains will lcao Honolulu i1owit at
l:-t"i ami .l:lfi, and return iniiiiediatolv
after tho races. Hound trip tickets, 7."
cents. S. U P. TAYI.OH,
O. R. & L. CO.
At Pearl Harbor,
Saturday, Sept. 10th.
HFH,. Trains will loawi llonoliilu at
l: lf p. in. and 1:1.1 p. m.
Excursion Tickets, 75c.
N. II. Tho Hoguliir Tialn Si hoilulod
lo leao llonoliilu at 5:10 p. in. will not
Ioiimi until aftor the arrival of train from
tho lio.it rat en. J C. SMITH,
(J. I. AT, A.
AUCTION SALE OF
On TI IUKSD AY.Sopt. 10,'08
Ityordoi of J. SI. DoumuII, admlnlMi.i.
tor of tlio (istalo of .1.1. Dowsot, I will
soil at publlu am tion,
3 Largo Hawaiian Canoes.
I 'or furtlioi paitli uhir Inquire of
J AS. F. MORGAN,
Till: HAWAIIAN CUAITKH OK
Till: SONSOl'TlinAMKIUCAJ, in;v
OI.UTION will ohsorM) tho Aimlvoisaiy
of "1'oiry's Vlttorj" of Suptoiiihor 111,
1K13, by a ineotlus at tho loMdunio of
Mr. A, 1 .ludd, I'rosldont, on Satiiid
SnptoiiilMir 10, at 7:0 p. in,
VNItliu! Compitrlots aio Invited to
Do prusont. 10ll-.lt
rr aJJItlon.il Shlpr'ntr Nws te sevmth page
Dliiiiioiul Heiul Signal Station, Hcpt
1(1, 1 pin Weather lm.y, wind fresdi
Friday, Sept 1).
O it O S S llelgle, Wilder, from Sun
Saturday, Kept 10.
8 S City of Coluinbln, Mllnor, from
Han Francisco, via IIllo
Stnir 'Wnlalonle, Mo-dier, rum Lu
Stnir Lclnia, Itcnuctt, from Molokal
Saturday, Sept 10.
O&OSS IIuIkIc, Kinder, for China
mid Japan at 4 p in.
Resolutions Cut Short,
Continued fmin llrt pago.
Mr. Dickey, in n discussion on
tho sections, thought tho proposi
tions should be tuoro specific, ho
that tho Territorial Legislature
would not tinker with tho system.
Mr. liallou agreed with Mr
Mr. Nouniauu argued thai the
Hupromaoy of tho Congress
was Bulliciout guard against
Territorial meddling. Tho Logis
littire might refuso to appropriate
salaries lor the judges, but if it
did thoy would elect another Leg
Mr. Coko argued for a limited
tenuro of (itlleo for judges. They
iiiiL'ht recret it afterward, if uutit
judges were faetoned ou tnocouu-
tiy for Iifo.
Mr. Hatch hold that tho chief
thought was to havo our present
system as nearly as possible main
tained. If they broko away from
it in one point, ihero was no say
ing how muny changes might be
proposed in the Congress.
Mr. Armstrong acrood with Mr.
Hatch. It would bo better to al
low changes to bo initiated in the
Congress, for if we Btarted on that
line it might oncournno tearing
the system to piecos. Personally,
ho was rather m favor of tho elec
tive system. In Now York il
worked badly in tho city but well
iu the country.
Mr. Ballon further explained
thu object of tho committeo in
avoiding details. If they wont
into particulars it would give the
Congress a chanco of hitting our
woll tried systom iu many places.
Mr. Dickey thought tboyupreme
Court ought to ho court of first
rpsort for Federal cases, many of
which woro liable to arise in tho
earlier experience of tho Territory.
Mr. Ballou would prefer to hae
a Federal judge from tho United
Statps, as ho would bo more famil
mr with the United States law
than a local man.
llesolved, that tho committee
presenting the report should wait
upon the Commission to present
the memorial, viz.: Noumann,
Hatch oud Bullou.
Tho chni man mentioned tho
doath of lion. Antono ltosa, a
moniber of tho Bar. It was ro
solved tlmt a committoo of tho
chairman and two others bo ap
pointed to draft a memorial resolu
tiou on the loss thus sustained by
Attorney-General W O. Praith,
Enoch Johnson aud Cocil Brown
As tho moetiim was rising, the
chairman mooted tho subject of
pormaueut orgaui.ation of n Bar
Association to be in affiliation
with tho United States Bar Asso
ciation. Tho matter was formally
discussed and left to the uext
meeting to bo called by tho Chair.
After meeting tho Attornoy
Genoral mado an engagement with
tho Hawaiian (Join mission to ro
coivo the committeo ou resolutions
at 11 o'clock.
Planters and Merchants,
Continued from Klrat l'uge.
with California, as if such com
munication is not available tho
fruit ripous and is lost between
"Doubtloss in coursoof timo tho
reasons for this plea will no long
er hold good as American ship
ping will be placed on tho routes
indicated, in timo; but for tho im
mediate present Buch shipping is
not available, and this Chambor
most respectfully submits that tho
position of this country dovoid of
all communication with tho rost of
tho world, oxcopt by soa, warrants
a suspension of tho extension of
tho United Statos navigation laws
to Hawaii in so far as suoh laws
will prevent tho carrying of f might
pnesongors and mail between Ha
waii and othor American potts,
until such time as Araoricau ship
W.1' . u Lai . ikutate .w
ping is available to transact such
A delay iu tho extension
of tho United States tariff
laws is asked, so that merchant"
may adjust their affairs to the
changed tariff without loss to them
solvos. Timo to adjust tho lnbor
conditions to tho now American
immigration law basis is asked
Special attention is drawn to the
development of Honolulu harbor.
Tho Cible and Nicaragua Canal
aro endorsed, and speedy con
struclion ofthesamoby tho United
Hilo's Fighting Chance.
Continued from Flr-ft Page.
the vessel aud stand tho remain
ing lost, until thofroight for this
end reached a pnying basis.
This proposition seemed fair to
thoso present, and they acceded to
it roudily. Mr. Burling also agreed
to roturu to IIllo in consideration
of tho promiso of 500 buuehes of
banana?, to bo shipped at CO cents
The Columbia ou her return
trip will reach Uilo on thr 15th
inst. aud leuvo for Seattle on the
Mr. Burling (avo a banquet to
tho merchants of Uilo on Thurs
day ovouing nboard ship nud did
things up iu timid stylo.
liuiiicAU tir Auiticuivrimi:.
Camiiiiiiilrfitlnnii Ilctfiirilltiir Vnrlous
Tho following communications
coino from tho Bureau of Agricul
"All persons aro cautioned
against bringing plants from tho
States or from other countries
with soil about their roots. Tin il
l's grout danger of importing the
larvao of the May beetle, lachuos
torua, fiuca and similar insects
closely related to tho Japaucso
beetle, which would provo in this
mild climato much worse pests
than tho littlo brown beotlo from
Japan, for thoy aro larger and
very voracious feeders; aud wuilo
passing through the ltuvao stnto
iu the soil, feed on tho roots of
grass and plants, iu which stage
they aro vory destructive to many
kiuds of vegetatiou, ns well as
whon fully developed, as beetles.
"The Bureau has passed a rulo
placing taboo ou tho importation
of soil, aud all persons residing
hero as well as ship masters aio
cautioned against bringing plants
iu this condition. All plants can
bo safely packed iu damp moss,
aud make a corresponding saviug
in freight. Tho co-operation of
ull is asked in otiforcing this rule.
ByUON O. OliAlIK,
Secretary nud Commissioner of
Agriculture and Forestry.
" A letter has beon recoived by
Mr. Jas. A. Kennedy from Jas.
Horsburgh Jr., Assistant Genoral
Passeugor Agont of tho Southern
L'aciQo Company, atSauFrauuieco,
offonug to issuo a Hawaiian num
ber of tho 'Sunset,' provided tho
proper material and photographs
wero furnished them. This public
ation is issued monthly by the
Southoru Pacific Co. and distri
buted to all passenger agents aud
uouoral freight ap-outs iu the Unit
ed Statos; principally tickot agents
aud public libraries, as woll as all
of tho represoututivos of the
Southoru Pacific abroad. It is in
fact a most valuable medium to
draw tho attoutiou of the wealthy
tourist to this'Gem of tho Pnoifio.'
" The matter has beeu placed in
the hands of tho liuroau of Agri
culture, nud all are invited to soud
their contributions to that oilioe.
Photographs, descriptive urticles
aud information of all kinds will
bo gratofully accepted, and the
matter will bo compiled by tho
secretary aud forwarded to tho
" All who feel interested iu so
curing for theso islnnds a portion
of tho wealthy tourist trado, which
has built up Southern California,
should not uegleot this opportuni
ty of placing tho advun'agos of
thoso islands boforo this oiass in
such a satisfactory manner as has
been offered us.
Byiion O. Glaiik,
Secrotory aud Commissioner of
Agriculture aud Forestry.
Sow lli .Million.
Tho yacht Eojouo has changed
handB and will sail to the tacus
today under a now uomo flog
-lUo Minion." The ptosent
sout owuors aro British Consul
Goueral Kennoy, Dr. Uumphris,
Judge- Stanloy, Mr. Ludwigson
and J. Lightfoot.
...tekiAi I ntHW jtffr ik
The Falling Leaves
Give Warning olWtRfer
'' I So the fallinff of tho hair telU
of tho approach of ago and declin
ing power. No matter how barren
the trco nor how leafless it may
rcem, you confidently expect leaves
again. And why?
Because there Is Life
at the Roots.
so you neeti not worry noout tne
falllnc of Your hair, tho threatened de
parture of jour ) outh and beauty. And why?
Ilecause if there it a spark of lifo re
maining in the routs of tho hair
will nrouo It Into healthy activity. The
hair censci to como nut : it begins to grow :
and tho glory of j outh is restored to you.
ITvpirrilliyDrJ C Ajrr.1 Co.Loncll.Mui.r f a
Hollister Drue: Co., Ltd.. .
Solo Agouti for tlio Itopulillo of Hawaii.
A Hniiill C'ottajre, or Two to Three
L'nfiirnlslii'il JtooMis with K'ltr.l,..,, ..
. l."ut Kepteinbci- lltli. Address
"CI.," llri.i.imx Oillee. ioi;t 2t
Wr ii i It i k i .
KAlUi KLEMJII, Pitoi'iuuTOit.
Tin- ino-tilollftlitfiil spot In
tlielslanils. Kxtuuilve Improvement1
liehif? mtiile for the fiitertniiiiiiuut of
tliopulillc. Cot toKcs for rout. DowIIiik
Alley and CoH'co (larden.
A Kloodof Klirtrlc I.ljht!
Hoonis by the day, week or month.
Telepliono KSt. 1013
A HjH'clal nici'tlng of tho Shareholder
of thoOAIll'M'dAH CO., Mil., will ho
hold at tho Chamber of Coiiiinorco at 10
a. in. on Tuesday, Soptombnr Kith, IS'JS.
llonoliilu, Soytomlior Utli, 1SU8.
In the Circuit Court First
Circuit of. the Hawaiian
In the Matter or the Bankruptcy of
Kate S. Treagloan.
U))on reading and llllnntho M'tltlon of
KATi: S. Tlti:A(lI.OAN, of Honolulu,
nlloginxtliat moro than xlx months Ii.ino
olapsod Hlni'O kIio was adJudU'.itiid u
liaiikrnpt, and pniyhiB for a dlwliargu
fAnn ali lior ilclitH.
It Ih ordorod that MON'DAY, SOiptL-iu-lior
'M, 18US, In Alilolanl Halo, llono
liila, at 10 a. in. of that day, boforo Mr.
Justiio l'ony,lio and tlio hamo inliuioby
appointed for tho hearing of said potl-
Hon, at which timo and placo all credi
tors who havo piinoil tholr claims
upilimt Mid liaiikrnpt may appear and
hIiow ciiuho, if any thoy h.io, why tin
prayer of said liankriijit should not lo
My tho Court:
J. A. THOMl'hOX,
Honolulu, Sept. l, 1808. 1012 2w
.Ixfji, i(.f. Injiirtitl.
Whilo tho Waialoalo was dis
charging coal at Kaanapali oarly
yestoulav afieinoon, an accident
linpi)d by which a lot of coal
wasdumpiMl upon a Japneso labor
er. His foot was crushed aud ho
was badly bruised, pattioulaily
about the lack.
Union Mt'rtliii; lit Kmiululi"".
A Union meoting of tho Young
Pooplo's Sociotics of this city will
bo hold in Kawaiahoo church
Sunday ovening beginning at G:20
o'clock. "Itopontauco and conver
sion" is tho subject. 1) L Niiono
of Kawuitihao will lead tho moot
Honolulu Messonger Service do
livers mossagos and packiiges.