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1 Chamber Suites,
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I Library $! Parlor Tables
f Chairs, Etc.
I ORDWAY ft PORTER
Waverley Block W
BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS. W
OABTeiDGES TO RIM
Ami want you lo help burn thoiu. If you liiivo not
got a rillo or sliot-uu to bunt them in, wo can furnish you
tlio required articles in that line, also. Wo have a fine
stoelc of smokeless and bhu-k powder shot-gun cartridges;
also powder, shot, shells, wads, and loading tools for those
who wish to load their own ammunition.
Shot-guns, ltitles, Revolvers, Air-guns, &c, &c.
1 0. HALL & SON, Limited,
Corner lorf and Kino; Streets.
SOLID AND OUSHIOX,
PUT ON ANY WllKKIi, AND SATISFACTION GUAIIANTHHI).
Full Line of Delivery Wagons and Other Vehicles.
js o sac xj 3vt a. nxr nxr is
Carriage and Harness Repository
JtrIsland on It1 I'm promptly lllled.
Best Bicycle for general use made in the United States.
Sse for yourself and be convinced.
PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 FORT ST. Teleihone 565.
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Extension Tables, ?
.Four htuki'.t, adovi: Ci.un 8taiim:h.
BULLETIN" HONOLULU, n. I".,
Hood's Barsnpnrllla Is prepared by ex
perienced pharmacists of today, who have
brought to the production of this great
mcdiclno the best results ot medical re
search. Hood's Barsaparltln Is a modern
medicine, containing Just those vegetable
Ingredients which were seemingly In
tended by Naturo herBclf for tho ullerla
tlon of human Ills. It purities and en
riches tho blood, tones tho stomach and
dlgestlvo organs and creates an appctlto;
it absolutely cures alt scrofula eruptions,
bolls, nlmples, sores, salt rheum, anil
every form of skin dlseaso; cures liver
complaint, kidney troubles, strengthens
and builds up the nervous system. It en
tirely overcomes that tired feeling, giving
strength and energy In place of wenknras
and languor. It wards off malaria, ty
phoid (over, and by purifying tho blood it
keeps tbo wholo ay stem healthy.
parilla Is tho best-In fact tho One True Wood Purifier.
Sold by all druRglsti. ft; six for 5.
HnniPe Dille cllre n" Mver Ills and
IIOOU S KIIIS Hirk lloailaclic. use.
Hawaiian Opera House.
Thursday and Saturday Evenings
and Saturday MATINEE.
first : appuaiiaxci:
Rosa's kriran Comedy Co,
In .1. F. Post's Laughable
U AND I
As )lnyed over live your In the I'nlt-
od Pluto, England mid Australia.
Songs, Dances, Medleys, (Juarlett
mid Irving Emery's eele Drilled
Illustrated Songs mid
War Pictures !
POPCHAlt Pit ICES
Reserved seat on wile
Nichols fc Co.'..
On and after Monday, September 10,
l.S'.iS, all looal malls for the Island of
Oahu will close at the (ienernl Post
Olllee at 0 a.m. dully, HiinilayH ex
JUS. .11. UAT,
loll Postmaster General.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby noti
llod that the hours for Irrigation pur
poses are from 0 to 8 o'clock a. in. and
from 1 to (I o'clock p. m.
II. Holders of water privileges on
tho slopes of Punchbowl above Green
street, and in Niumuu Valley above
.School street are licroliy notllled that
they will not lie restricted to ho Irri
gation hours of 0 to'S a. in. and 1 to
(i p. in., out will hu allowed to Irrigate
wheneversutllclcnt water l.s available,
provided- that they do not use the
watei for Irrigation purposes for more
thun four hours In every twenty-four.
Supl. Honolulu Water Works.
Approved: J. A. KING,
Minlstor of Interior.
Honolulu, II. I., Sept. 7, 1H4S
AUCTION SALE OF
lly order of J. M. Dowsutt, administra
tor of tho estate, of .1,1. Dowsot, I will
sell at public auction,
3 Largo Hawaiian Canoes.
For further particulars Inquire of
.TAS. F. MORGAN,
sO,l(l,l I Auctioneer.
V. ForuumW. is autboried to eolloct
bills ami endorse drafts mid clierks for
the Kwmlng llullntiii.
IIUI.I.I'TIIX I'L'llUSIIIXd COMI'AXV.
A nicetliigof the nioiiibnrs of the IIu-
wailau Xatloutll League will be held at
tbo law olllee of .Sam K. Ku-iiu, lixj., at
7:M) o'clock p. in., Tl)-I)AV, Sojiteiiiber
llith, 180S. All inemlieis and others are
Invited to attend.
Uy order of ('(l.M.MITI T.K.
lor aJJItlonal Shlpplnc News see Mvcntli pace.
Diamond Head Sljinnt Station, Bopt
II, 1 pin Weather cloudy, wind fresh
Weather Hurcatl, Punahou, Sept 12.
Teiunortituio Morning lnlnlnium,
7'-'; Mldduy iiinxltnuni, 83.
Hiiionictor, Oil in, 30.07. Ituliifall,
Humidity 78.9 (leg
Tuesday, .Sept 13.
Stinr Kiuml, Hruliii, from Kiumi.
Tuesday, Sept 13.
Htmr Kinnu, Clarke, for ustml Maul
mid Huwrll ports.
Stinr Wuhileule, Mosher, for Kuhu
ku mill runuluu.
Stinr Noeiiu, Pederseii, forMukuwc
11 nt t p in.
Ktnir W (1 Hull, Hagluiid, for nil
Kuttnl port (Mnkuwell excepted) mid
Nllliuti ut 5 p in.
Htmr Cliitidlno, Cnnieroii, for Muul
pnrts,nt o p in.
MANY PROBATE MATTERS
Jndgo Perry Iirs appointed Goo.
It. Carter admiuistrator of tho
estate of E. A. Jones, deceased, on
tho petition of tho widow. Tho
estate is valued at Sf)8,18!).G9. It
includes a SjOOO policy in .the
Chief Justice Judd has ordered
that Josoph Knlaukon aud Kaimi
Knlntikon, ns brothers of the late
Paul Knlaukon, are Iub only legal
hoirs and ns such ontitled to draw,
share and sharo alike, SG1.70 lie
loft in tho PoBtnl Savings JJank.
Tho decision was made on nu ap
plication of tho Postmuster Qon
iTtil, with allidavits of relatives of
tho dead dopositor.
Judge Perry reserves decision
in Hawaiian Agricultural Co. vs.
Samuel Norris. This is the suit to
compel dofondaut to abide by his
agent's sale of Kahuku Ilnnch.
Petition for appointment of a
guardian of Kaouli minors is con
tinued by Judge Stanley until
moved on. Mousarrat for peti
tioner. Philotnena Kaouli is ap
pointed administrator of tho estate
f Hormauu Kaouli under 81-100
Judgo Stnnley has confirmed
tho actions of tho trustees of the
esta e of James Gay, ns to leasps,
etc. Cecil Brown, ono of the
trustees, in person; Ar. O. Smith
Judgo Stanley has discharged
the oxocutrix of the will ot God
frey lthodes. C. Brown for peti
tioner. Judgo Stanley has discharged
Ceeil Brown as oxocutor of tho
will of Kaleipua Kanoa. Execu
tor iu person.
ICtvit uml Oullta Aiatau!il0 Only NtOrkH
The sales on tho stock exchange
today woro eight shares of Ewa at
S210. Tho liHtweon board saleB
wore 11 shires Oahu assessable
3125, 25 shares do. 125, 5 shares
Ewa ut S2 10. Following ara tho
quotations of listed stocks:
F.wa v2t0 00
American Sugar Co
IInwii Sugar Co (Mu't) 17.ri (W
Oahu tassossable) 129 00
l'ac Sugar Mill 2.r0 ...
l'opeokeo 212 50
Ploncor Mill 3U7 50
Wutluku Sugar Co
Wilder S S Co
Mutual Tel Co
Ila.vn I'leo Co
Ilonoiuu :30 00
Ooknlu 100 ...
litiNelmll In Cninp.
Tho first gamo of baseball in
tho camp of tho Now Yorkers was
played Saturday aftornoon, tho
third battalion and tho ongiuoerB'
loams competing. Tho victory
was won by tho former by a score
of 28 to i.
Wiiiln watching tho gnmo tho
sergeant major of tho ongiueors
was struck full in tho faco by a
swift liner. It was sometimo bo
fore ho recovored,
If you want a nico Rubber tiro
hack with a careful drivor ring up
Club Stable Haok Stand Tol. 319,
and wo guaranteo you will bo
Tho Bteamor Hawaii is on tho
boards to sail for Honohiua, Ilo
noiuu, Hnkolau, Pohakumanu aud
Popeokoo at 1 o'olock tomorrow.
WILL OF T11E0JL DAYIES.
Continued from First Page.
Tho sum of 33,000 invested iu
American securities is loft iu trust
to pay annuities to tho porsous
Ilia sistoi Manmretta, wifo of
Joseph Dredce, 500, nud after
her death 100 to each of her
Each of tho thrco daughtors of
his late sister Mary Anno Jack
Each of tho three daughters of
his brother William Ileury Uavies,
William Houry Dnvies his
brother, 200, to bo paid to his
wife for lifo if alio survive him.
Tho widow of his late brother
Frederick Davies, and aftor her
death her son Eric, 100.
Frederick Mills Swanzy is ap
pointed by tho testator as manag
ing director of Theo. II. Davies fe
Lecnciesnromado of 1000 onoh
to his pnrtnor Harold Jnnion of
Liverpool and nino of tho testator's
Tho will concludes with mau"
pnges of directions to the executors
and trustees. It directs that it be
construed, as far as may be, nc
cording to English law, as the
testntor's domicile was English
Tho will executed Janunry 25.189G.
A codicil dated January 1-1, 1897,
directs that tho will shall bo coil
strued as it tho uamo of tho test
ator's then present residence,
"Baveusdale," had boon iusorted
throughout instead of "Sundown."
It also revokes tho bequest of
$5000 to Harold Jnnion, as tho
amount had been paid iu partner
ship settlement. Further, it di
rects that if any of tho bequests
lnpso, tho shares in Theo. II.
Davies & Co. Ltd., given to the
four exocutora shall bo increased
Tho personalty mentioned in the
will eliows investments iu English.
East Indian and Canadian, as woll
as Hawaiian stocks and bonds.
Probably the total valuo of the
estate is two and a quarter million
The exemplification filed for
probate- is written iu English
stylo without any marks of puue
tuution. Mum Mevllnj; f XullvrM,
A mass meeting of a numbor of
natives was hold on Pulaco Square
yesterday ovouiug. Kanui acted
as chairman. Knlauokalaui, llobt.
Wilcox and others wero on tho
staud. A roBolutiou to the effect
that independence bo returned
and monarchy ro-estaliliHlied was
adopted. Dolegates from this aud
other islands, spoke.
Qerimm liumluritiita to Conii.
The J. 0. Gluda is about duo
with soma 250 immigrants from
tho old country who aro comiug
for tho puroso of working on the
plantations. Tho J. C. Ulado is ii
good boat and should bo here very
The I.a.t Cur.
Tho last cars of tho King street
lino going to Waikiki and Palama
paes tho Anchor Saloon. The
clcvorost mixologists in tho city
aro there alwayB to put you up
anything you may dosiro. Drop
iu aud tako a drop boforoyou take
tho car. The celebrated Seattle
beer is to bo had hero on drnuqhl.
A full lino of liquors including
John Dewar's Scotch, O. P. S.,
etc., always on hand. Tho most
oxaotiug and varied demands can
bo satisfied. Tho Anchor Saloon
is hero to plensu its patrons.
HAY & GRAIN
On WEDNESDAY, Sept. 14, 1898,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At IJrower's wharf, I will sell at pub
100 Sacks Washington Potatoes.
150 Hales Alfalfa Ilay.
3.')() Hales Timothy Hay.
20 Tons Outs.
50 Hoxos Apples.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
1031 It Auctioneer
Chamber of Commerce.
The ltogular Monthly Meeting of
tho Honolulu Chamber of Commerce
will ho hold at Its room on Wednes
day, .September 1 Ith.iit hi a. in.
J AH. CI. SPKNCHH,
Honolulu, Sept. Ill, '808. iul5 It
in mmmimnmwixTmrirrt,mi t m rwmMMMimvmm
- Yourself ? . t.
You mfght mako n nlnclo meal of rich p!c
and caU'n, and not mind it. Hut you couM
not livoon tlieso all tho time without raining
Yet, week after week and month after
month, you allow your brain and nerves to be
fed with Impuro blood.
Tho general debility, thin blood, pale
checks, nervousness, loss of appctlto and
depresslonof splrlU, aro loud warnings from
nature. Your nervous system ia weakening.
lleforo tho ruin comes tako
It removes tho poisons from tho blood, and
thus removes tho causo of all your trouble.
It aids tho digestion, strengthens tho' nerves
nnd supplies tho body with rich, red blood.
Tor rnnstip.itlnn tfilte AVER' TlM-S. Tlil'T
promptly ana urrljr euro. Tnko tlioni with
Ai-r t-nr.i.irlll.i! oiio nidi tho other.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.,
Sole Agents for tlio Itopubllu of Ihvwnll.
On lleretanln and Fort streets last
night a lady's silk cape which ownor
can recover at Mrs. Xnpthaly's Millinery
Parlors iu I.ovo Duildlug. 1016-lt
A small white terror, with black' spots
on ears and iu uked oneollar Tiger. Own
er can liaxosaine liy paying expensed.
At Fred Harrison's stable, Keuulo.
MYSTIC LODGE No. 2, K.of P.,
Meets every Wednesday evening nt
7::t0 o'clock, Castle Hall, Fort street.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
1013 A. U MOItltIS, K. 11. S.
...TO HE HELD IX...
Saturday, Sept. 17, 1898,
COMMENCING AT 0:;t() A. M.
1. First-class Yacht Itaco. First prlzo,
$40; second, i'M.'
2. Slx-oaied Sibling sUat 1 largo. $50
3. Tuli ltaeo. Piizo $5.
I. Summer Iloat Hace. First prlni,
S2.5; secoml, gI5; third $10.
5. Swimming Hace. 100 vards. Tro
phy. II. Slx-puddlo Canoo Itaco. First prlzo,
?15; bocoikI, So.
7. .hipauoso Fishing Iloat Itaco. Prizes,
$10 aud $5.
IXTKUMISSIOX FOll I.UXCII.
8. .Second-class Yacht Itaco. First
pri.o, $10; second, 20; third, $1U.
0. Foiu oared Sliding Seat llargo Itaco.
First pnzo, JJi, second, il6. Tro
phies, 10. Diving Contest for Dlstanco. Prliio,
11. Punt Itaco. Prfeo, $lfi.
l'J. Flvo-oared WbalolHat Itaco. First
prlzo, $-10; second, 10.
13, Two-oared Shore iloat Itaco. 1'rlzcN,
$10 aud f.".
14. Uhlnoso Fishing. Boats. I'rles,
$ 0 and -".
1."). Half-mile Swimming Contest.
l'rle, $1 . Trophy.
1(1, Twelve-oiled t'utler ll.icu (foriuon-
of-wur boais oiil j Prize, $50.
17. Nlx-oaiod tfig It ice (stationary
seats), l-'iist piize, s;0; second, S10.
18. Sailing Canoo ltaro. First pri.u,
$16; sucoiiil, .'i,
10. Dhing Contest Time. Prize, S-").
Haccs open to all ; no entry fee.
Swimming, diving and tub races en
tries open till ih. start of tho races.
All rowing laces aro to bo governed
by the Itacing Utiles of tho Hawaiian
For the other races entries miiit be
made to J. W. Smithies, at Pacillc
Hardware Company's. Entries close
Thursday, September Kith, ut 1 p. m.
Each entry shall include tho name
of the boat, or if It have none, tlio
name of the person who enters I; iu
thu ru o.
There must he ut least three boats
entered before the second prize can he
awarded, tit least four boats before the
third prize can ho awarded.
For further Information apply to
tho Itegatta Committee S. E. P. Tay
lor, G. II. (iere, C. S. Crane. 1015
- mi II ii I