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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SEPTEMBER 15, 1898.
JUST ARRIVED : f
Chamber Suites, .
? Chiffonieres, ?
fiSiae Boards, ?
China Closets, y
? Extension Tables, ?
9 iiiuiai yajKraiiui iduica
I ORDWAY & PORTER
& Waverlay Blools.
O BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS.
CARTRIDGES TO BURN !
And want you to liolp burn tliem. If you have not
got a riflo or shot-gun to burn them in, avo can furnish you
tho rotiuircd articles in that lino, also. Wo havo 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.
Shut-guns, Rifles, Revolvers, Air-guns, &c, &c.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Limited,
Corner Fort" and Kinr Streets.
SOLID AXD CUSHION,
PUT ON ANY WllKNL, AND SATISFACTION GUAUANTHHI).
Full Line ol Delivery Wagons and Other Vehicles.
JS O XX XT 3VE A. TXT TXT SJ
Carriage and Harness Repository
Jr Island orders promptly filled.
Oi-C LIGHTLY KHOSTD. M
Best Bicycle for general use made in the United States.
See for yourself and be convinced.
PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 FORT ST. Telephone 565.
.FOUT bTltlJIIT, AIIOVK Ci.uii 8taiii.i:h.
Scrofula Affects tho Eyos Llttlo
Boy Troatocl b nn Oculist With
out Rollof-Rut Now Ho Is Well.
"When my llttlo boy was three months
old his eyes becamo very sore and he was
almost blind. I took him to an oculist
who treated him (or six months, and lct
him as bad as he was at tho beginning.
Finally Hood's Sarssparllla was recom
mended and I begun giving It to him.
In less than three weeks ho was able
to go into tho Bun without covering
his eyes, and today his cyos aro perfectly
well, and his cars and nose, which wcro
badly affected, aro also well. Hood's
Barsaparllln has certainly done wonders
for my boy." tins. James II. Paintkr,
Amador, California. Itemombor
Purifier. All druggists. Jl.slx for $5. Oct Hood's.
u i-. , , arc the only pills to take
nOOd S FlliS wltb Hood's Sarsaparilla.
PEOG-E .A. Ivj
. OF. .
...TO UK II KM) IN...
Saturday, Sept. 17,1898,
COMMENCING AT 11:30 A. M.
llrst-rlass Yacht Unco. First prize,
$10; second, VM.
Six-oared Sliding Neat I largo. .?.r)0
Tub jftici. Prlzo ?3.
Steamer lloat Uace. first prlo,
Sij; second, 815; third 10.
.Swimming Itaee. 100 yards. Tro
Slx-p.iddlo Cnnoo Itaci). First prize,
$1; second, $5.
Jnp.incso Pishing lloat Itnco. Prizos,
?10 and 85.
INTKUM1SSION FOR LUNCH.
8. Socoiid-cluss Yacht ltiico. Firt
prlzo, $10; socoud, $20; third, $10.
9. Four-oared .Sliding Seat Ilargo Unco.
iirsi prlzo, J0; second, $15. Tro
phlos. 10. Diving Contost for Distance. Prio,
11. l'unt Itaco. Prlzo, $15.
11!. Flvo-oaruil Whuleboat Hat-o. Flrtt
prlzo, flO; second, $10.
l-'l. Two-oared Shore lloat Unco. 1'rlzon,
$10 and $.1.
14. Cliinuso FiHhlng Hoats. Prizos,
$ 0 and $5.
15. Ilalf-inilo Swimming Contest.
Prlzo, $15. Trophy.
lu. Twolvo-oarcd Cutler Itaco (for men-of-war
boats only) Prize, $50.
17. Six-oared Oig Itaco (stationary
seats). First prlzo, $10j Hocoml, 10,
18. Sailing Cnnoo Itaco. First prlzo.
$15; second, 5.
19. Diving Contost Tllilo. l'rizo, S5.
Itaces open to all : no entrv fee.
Swimming, diving nnil tub races en
tries open till tliu .start or tuu races.
All rowing races are to bo governed
by tlio Racing littles of tho lluwuliun
For the othor races entries must be
made to J. V. Smithies, nt Puclflo
Hardware Conipiuiy's. F.ntrles close
Thursday, September 15th, at 4 p. m.
Knelt entry shall Includo the name
of the bout, or if it have noi.e, the
name of the person who ei.ters 1; In
tho ra -e.
There must bo at least throe boats
entered before tho second prize can be
awarded, at least four boats before tho
tlilnl prize can bo awarded.
For further information apply to
tho Regatta Committee S. K. 1 Tay
lor, G. II. Gere, C. S. Crane. 1015
Hawaiian Opera House.
Thursday and Saturday Evenings
and Saturday MATINEE.
FIRST : APPKAHANCK : OF
III J. F. Fost's Laughable
U AND 1
An played over live years in the Unit
ed Stute.s, England and Australia.
Songs, Dances, Medleys, Quartotts
and I rving Emery's cole jiated
Illustrated Songs and
War Pictures !
Iteserveil seats on sale at Wall,
Nichols & Co.'s. iom
Tor aJJItloTut Shipping Newt it seventh pine.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Sopt
15, 1 pm Weather cloudy, wind fresh
"Weather F.ureau, runnhou, Sept 15.
Temperature Morning minimum,
71;Mlddny maximum, 83.
nitrometer," , S0.0J. Rainfall,
Humidity 01 per cent
Ktnir James Makce, Tullett, from
Am sp Isaac Reed, W'uttM, from
Thursdny, Sept 15.
Stmr James Makee, Tullett, for
Kapaa, at 4 p in. .
VAI.OH AT KHAKTOUM.
Inrlclriiti of the Ilrltlih I-'IrIU on Kuvv
London, Sept. 7. A special dis
patch from Omdurmnn says:
Unhurt Hownrd, tho correspon
dent of tbo Times, met doath ow
ing to his eagerness to got the first
news of tho fate of Karl Noufehlt
iuhI tho other European prisoners
of tho Khalifa. Ho prcsecd I) in
wsy into tho city hoforo it was
uitn to do so, and was going all
alone along a narrow alley lead
ing to tbo prinou when ho was
attacked and killed.
the first display of heroism on
the Dnrvish side was raado by the
Kuulifn's brother, Yantub, with
liis adhorents, who, utterly ro
uardloss of out teniiic fire, made
a superb attempt to retrieve tin
day's fortune. Far from asking
quarter, thoy simply huggou
doath. Yantub died in tho pro
H'Tico of his old enemy, Slatiu
Tho war correspondent of the
Daily Telegraph at Omdurman
"After tho ontry of tho troops
into the Dervish capital it was
found necessary to furthor bom
bard tbo Khalifa's house. Gene
ral Kitchener and his staff wore
i-tanding in the vicinity and nar
rowly escaped being killed by tho
''I ostimato tho onomy's killed
at more than 15.0U0."
Coyne and Mclirten.
Within a couple of days tboso
gontleraen will bo bidding for
public patronago in an upholstery
business. Thoy havo located in
i bo Masonic Temple building.
Both men aro practical uphol
sti'rers and havo had a great dpal
of experience in their lino. Until
recently Mr. Mohrton was with
Ordway & Porter, and prior to
his working with that firm be was
engaged at J. Hopp & Co. Oapt.
Coyne learned his trado in tho
wll known firm Portor & Co.,
Toronto, Canada, and beforo en-
t. ring the National Uuaru here
was employed by Hopp & Co
Tho now firm has tho best wishes
for succGBB fr m its many frionds.
Wunt to Go Home.
Tho enginoers out in camp on
tho slopes of Diamond Head havo
sent in a petition to hoadquarters
in Washington asking that thoy
bo returned to Now York and
mustered out. They consider that
thoy aro doing no gopd hero for
themselves or tho Government.
Asked why they did not consi
der their services would bo need
od in laying out tho proposed
barracks and nocossury surrouud-
int'H, one of tbo olucers replied:
' That work is not for us. It is
always let out by contract."
H i -
Tho bida for the Palaraa school
building complete, without foun
dation, were as follows: Fred.
Harrison S22.409; John Ouder
kirk S19 309; Wm. Wagnor 19 -300;
H. L Korr & Co 819,050; J.
N. Craig S1U.U17; Arttiur iiam
son S18.7G1; 0. H. Patzig S187u0.
Loudon, Sopt. C The Pall Mall
Gazette today publishes alleged
details of tho ngreoraout said to
havo boon arrived at botwoen
Great Britain and Germauy, but
they wero not cabled to the Aseo
ciatod Press, as tho officials of tbo
Foreign Ollice hero said they were
far beyond tbo truth.
Tbo Foreign Office offioials
added that tho acreoment is yot
incomplete. It relates generally
to Anglo Gorman iuterodts in
China, Africa and elsewhere, but
it is not preoiso in its stipulations.
UltlTlMIl IN KIIAllTOtTJII.
Ilrltlull nnil liuipllnn Vlrnu llolatril
0er Hip 1'hIhc.
London, 8ept. 5. The War
Office rccemd this oveniug tho
following dispatch, dated at Om
durman yesterday, from General
Sir Herbert Kitchener:
"This morning tho British and
Egyptian Hugs wero hoisted with
duo csremouy upon tho walls of
tho palaco in Khartoum. All the
British wouudul havn left for
Abadia in barges towod by steam
ers. I saw them bofore leaving.
Thoy wero all doing well and were
comfortable. Tho cavalry sent iu
pursuit of tbo Khalifa woro com
pellcd to abaudon tho attempt,
owiug to tho exhaustion of the
borsoH, but I havo ordered caraol
Bquads to continue tho pursuit."
Sew Muilc Tmclirr llrre.
Prof. Frank W. Jacobs of San
Francisco arrived yestorday
morning in tho Moaua. Ho ex
peels to loci to iu Honolulu where
he will opeu a studio'for tbe culti
vation of the voLo. He will also
give instructions on tho violin.
Prof. Jacobs is woll mid favorably
kuowu iu San Francisco and Oak
laud, Oal , wbero ho has mot with
wonderful success iu the scientific
cultivation of tbo voice. Prof.
Jacohd has a tenor voice, and Iho
music lovine people of Honolulu
will no doubt wolcome him into
Fire In Knrunnin.
Thore was u firo iu tho stnblo on
the grounds of G. W. 0. Joups,
Ilobollo Lano, at 12:45 o'clock
this morning. G. W. 0. Jone
Jr. wakoned in tiino to boh tin
flames just starting. Tho depait-
mnnt will tint niillnil nut. I'lin
family fought tbo firo with lhe
carom uoso and buckets lor nn
llnnr and n hnlf. 'I'lin linrai. Iiml
a closo shave from boing killed.
while a lino Spanish saddle owned
by Priuco David Kawauaunkun
American Meneouger Sorvice,
Masonic Temple. Telephone
Honolulu Messonger Service de
livers mescngos nnd packages
If you want a nico Itubber tiro
hack with a careful driver ring up
Club Stable Hack Stand Tel. 319,
and wo guarauteo you will be
Tho undernamed grocers bog to noti
fy tholr customers and tho public In
gonoral tlmt thoy will not open their
stores on llcgattu Day, Saturday, Sept.
I.KWIS it CO.
McINTYUK A 11UO.
1017 IIKNHY MAY it CO .
Power of Attorney.
During my absonco from tho Hawaiian
Islands, Messrs. Wilson it Wliltoliouso
will act for mo undor full powor of uttor
noy. C. A. JOHNSKN.
Honolulu, II. I. Septombor l'Jth, lhuS.
If you want MODERN PLUM1I
ING at MODEltN PltlC'ES coiiHttlt
Latent dealuns in Bath Tubs anil
JOHN II. PHILLIPS,
1017 -S Hotel street.
MISS L. A. CURTIS.
610 Fort street. Telephone 610.
Manicuring, Facial Massimo, Mass.ngo,
Kloctrlcity, ISluiiipooliig and Scalp tro.it
Residence, The Villa, 7111 Fort St.
Olllco Hoiuh: 0 a. in. to Vi in., and 2
to 5 p. in., I.OVK HUILDINQ. Corns
and llunlons curod by a now process.
IiiKrowlng nails a spocialty. No pain.
KiiLMKoinonlH inado attor olllco hours
OIIAIU.K3 OLAUK, KSQ., has this
day boon appolntod a Notary Public for
tho Flrol Judicial Circuit of tlio Ha
J. A. KINd,
Mlntstor of tlio Intorior.
Interior Olllco, Sopt. 14, 1893. 1017-31
Do you want
Wo aro ruro yon do not. Nobody wants
It. But it comes to many thousands every
year. It comes to those who have had
coughs nnd colds until tho throat Is raw, and
tho lining rncmlrano of the lungs is in
flamed. Stop your cough tthen It first ap
pears, and you rcmoro tho great danger of
ntups coughs of all kinds. It docs so because
it U a soothing and healing remedy of great
power. This makes it tho greatest proven,
tiro to consumption. It is not a question of
many bottles and largo doses. A few drops
will often malco a complete euro. Don't ncg.
let t your cough: you cannot ndord to run tho
rik. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral will sootho your
raw throat nnd quiot your Inflamed lungs.
Il.. nm nf he ip Imitation. See that tlip natno
A i-iN t liurry I'tdoral, W lilnnu Iu Iho shnr
u'h little. 1'iit mi In larue mill rmulltMUlM.
Hollister Drue Co., Ltd.,
Sola Agonts for tlm Itopubllo of Hawaii.
On FRIDAY, Sept. 10, 185)8
AT 111 OVLOCK NOON,
At my puU'irci'iiii, tjtieen street, by
order of J. M. Dowsett, Ksi., iidniln-
Istrtitoror thu estate of .1. I. Dowsett,
I will sell by public auction,
TWO FAMILY CAUUIAOKS, TWO
One Royal State Carriage, one pole.
Also at the same time will be sold:
I UUAKI-VJ PH.liro.VS.
1 UOAI) CAUT, 1 CANOPY TOP .
1 SIDK-SPUINO 1IUOOY.
J AS. P. MORGAN,
ORDER OP COURT.
Isivndoi'Oaiii;, IIomii.vi.u X1
To tho Marshal of tlio Hawaiian Isl
ands or his Deputy: (ireetlng:
Whoroiis a llliol has boon tiled In tho
Circuit Court of tlio First Circuit in
Admiralty, by II II Colegrovo, of salil
Honolulu, against the American hteum
ship "City of Columbia," her tucklo,
engines, bollortt nnd uppurols, tho said
vessel now being In tho port of Hono
lulu, Island of Oahtl, and within tlio
Jurisdiction of tills Honorable Court,
and against all person lutorvoned for
tholr Interests therein, In cuttho of con
tract civil and umrltlmo for breach of an
ugroomellt as sot out iu tho libel on lllo
In tins Court anil for tlio recovery of
damiigo,for breach of said contract and
agreomont and praying for an attach
ment to li-iuo against tlio said stoamshin
"City of Columbia," hor tackles, on-
itliios, hollers and apiurols, anil that a
Judgment may bo entered and decrco
mailo for tlio sum or Two Thousand
Dollars and costs for tlio breach of said
contract and agreomont.
Now, therefore, you aro horoby com
manded to attach tho Mild stcnmshlp
"City of Columbia" her lai-klo, engines,
bollor and apparel and detain tlio samo
lu your custody and until tho furthor
oiil or of this Court respecting tlio sumo
by pulillcatlon dairy until tlio return day
aspiovided by the Statute, and to glvo
notice hereof to all Hirsous iu gonoral
who havo or orotund to havo any right,
title or interest in the said stoamshlp or
proporty to 1k and appear beforo tho
Court, on HATUUDAY, tho IMth day of
Septomber, A I) 1HU8, at 10 o'clock In
the forouoou, at tho Judiciary Iluilding,
at Honolulu, then and there to show
canso If any thoy havo why the prayor
of said libel or process us prayed for
should not bo granted and what you
shall do lu the promlsos do you thou and
there nmko return thereof together with
Witness tho llonoiablo A Perry, Plrst
Jiulgo of the Circuit Court of tho
Tlrst C'lifiut at Honolulu, H. I.,
this 14th day nf September, A. 1).
P. HANSON KHU.KT,Ju,
In pursuance of tho within Order of
Couit, the Steamship "city of Colum
bia," together with her tackle, onglno,
boiler and apiMrol, has been attached,
and all persons iiiteiested In tlio above
procoedmgs aro hereby notified to bo
and appear bofoio thu Circuit Court of
tho First Circuit, Judiciary Iluilding, on
tho iilth day of September, A I) I80S,
at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of said day,
to show cause, if any thoy havo, why tho
prayer of tho aboio stutod libel should
not bo grunted according to the Laws
and Statute lu such caso inado and pro
vided, A M IIUOWN,
Marshal, Itopuhho of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Oalui, September 14, 1HIM.
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