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tlio rciiiiru(l articles in that line, also. Wo have a lino
stock of smokeless and black powder shot-gun cartridges ;
also jmwdor, shot, shells, wads, and loading tools for those
who wish to load their own ammunition.
Shot-nuns, lliiles, Ho vol vers, Air-guns, &c, Sec.
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EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SEPTEMBER
Swollen Clands, Scrofula Soros, Hip
Dlsonso, Bolls, Plmplos, Erup
tions Toll tho Story Droadful
Consoquoncos of Impuro Blood.
Certainly ncrofula, if anything, may bo
called tlio Advertisement of foul blood.
It Is tho rcourgo of the world offensive,
painful, debilitating, stubborn. Outward
applications do not cure. Emollients
may palliate, tlicy cannot abolish tho evil.
Tbero Is ono sure way out,nud that is to
eliminate tho taint from tho blood. For
this purposo Hood's Sarsaparilla is abso
lutely without an equal.
"I have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla for
scrofulous humor and impuro blood and
am now almost entirely cured of tho erup
tions with which I have been aflllctcd for
tho past year. My face, chest and back
were badly broken out." Fki;d D. Obd
WAY, Woodstock, Vt.
Is the licit In fact the One Trim lllooil PiirlDcr.
Hnr i's Pillc nre ,he ,,,",t n",r-1"1"fr
I1UUU b I HIS pin,, aid dlgc-sHon. SSc
ZE3 O O- ZE3 -u IMI
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. TO HE II KM) IX...
Saturday, Sept, 17, 1898,.
COMMENCING AT ():.'I0 A. M.
1. Flvo-oaied Whaleboiit Haw. First
prl.o, S-ill; second, $1(1.
2. Slx-onrod Sliding Se.it Rirgo. JSO
3. Diving Contest fur Timo. I'riro,
4. Two-oarod Shore lioat ltaco. I'rlzos,
5. First-class Yacht Itueo. First prl.o,
?.uj soeonu, tan.
(1. Slx-oarod Cilg Itacc (stationary
soats). Mrst prize, SlOj rocoikI, S1U
7. Swlmiulnir Hiu-u. 100 yards. Tro-
8. .Slx-pildlo Canoo ltaco. First prlo,
;id; gocoiui, J5.
INTKHMIS.SION FOH LUNCH.
0. Second-class Yacht llnvo. First
prlzo, $10; socoiul, S2(); third, S1U.
10. Punt ltaco. Prir.o, 315.
11. Four oared Sliding Soat llarRo ltaco
First prlo, f.'ll); Kccond, jJ15. Tro
IS. Tub Ilaff. Prlo $5.
lit. Twnlvo-oari'd Cutler Itnco (fnrinon.
of-war boats only) Prize, $50.
14. DIlliT Contest for distance Prl.o,
15. Summer Ho.it-Hace. First prl.o.
9'Hi', second, 10; tlllril SI0.
1(1. S.illlu Canoo ltaco. First prl.o.
?iii; second, ,,
17. Itnlf-mllo SwIiiuiiIuk Colltost.
18. Four-oared Dingy Itnco. Prize Sl5
Hace.s open to all : no entry fee.
Swimming, diving and tub races en
tries' open till tlio start of tlio races.
All rowlnu races are to Uu irovorneil
liy the Haclng Hulcs of thu Hawaiian
For thu other races entries must bo
made to J. W. .Smithies, at Pacillo
Kncli entry shall Include the name
of the bout, or if it have none, tlio
name of tue person wlio enters it in
tho ra is.
There must be nt least three boats
entered before the second prize can be
awarded, at least four boats before the
third prize can be awarded.
For further information iinnlv to
tlio Hegatta Committee S. K. P. Tay
lor, u. ji. uere, j. a. crane. ioio
Hawaiian Opera House.
SICCONI) APPKAKANCK OI'
0 A 1I1A11
it a AIIIUl
In J. F. Fost's Laughable
U AND I
Ah played over ilvo years in thu 1'nlt
ed States, England and Australia.
Songs, Dances, Medleys, Qimrtutts
and Irving Emery's celebrated
Illustrated Songs and
"Wax Pictures 1
Reserved scats on sale at Wall,
Xlcliold & Co.'s. 1014
Amorionu MessouRor Borvico.
Musouio TomplujTolephouo -111.
F" aJdrtlonal ShlpplnR Nw$ see seventh paRe.
nintllnnil Tfnnil ftlfrnnl Rlnflmi s!nif
1(1. 1 1)111 Wonthor c.leiir. wlml fresh
Weather llurcau, Puuahou, Sept 10.
Temperature -- Morning ininlmuiii,
lj Midday maximum. 81.
Haron,ctt.r, , :i0.00. KalnfaJI,
llumblltyOSper cent .
Thursday, 8ept 15.
Still r Mnul. T'ri.i.tiii.t. fr..,.. 1 1.. ..... I
Htnir Kemiliou, Thompson, from
Friday, Sept 10.
Stllir MllllllIL T.(in Hlmnmn.. .....
Mnul anil Hawaii porta. '
Ktnir Noeau. PiMlorsen. fpnin tr..
11 w UK Jolanl, McClurc, from Now
Am Ilk Molitp'in. Mniitnlf.ru r-
Stmr J A Cummins, Scarle, from
Thursday, Sept 15.
Stmr James Miiltcc. Tiillctt. for
Stmr Keauhoti. Thompson, for Ho
iiokaa and Kuktiihiiclc at 4 j) in.
Stmr Xoeau, Gregory, for Elccio
ami 'Walnioa at 4 p in.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
JI 17 Scott of Kftilun is nt tho
Notico is piven that nil tho
banks will roinnin closed tomor
Colonol Bnrbor hnB npplictl for
thu Inwu furniture used in (ousting
tlio boys in blue. Uo wants it for
tho soldiors in camp.
Tho Koail Supervisor is still
working on thoMnnonronu. luis,
with tho. work on Union nnd Itivor
etreets, is nbout all he is doing.
On account of tho nbsenco from
tho city yesterday of Miniatrr
Goopor, there was no spssion of
tho Commissioners of Education.
Tho Wainlealo camo off tho
mnriuo railwny this morning. She
will sail for Unnnloi, Kahhiwni
and Waiuiha on Monday.
Lieutenant Colonel E Gorton
nnd wifo of Now Zoalnnd have
returned from tho Volcano nnd
are at the Arlington.
Snmuel Wilder bought nt tho
miction rooms of J as. I1. Morgan
yesterday, tho statu enrringo at
ono timo owned by llnmehnmeua
V. lio pniu fcuU for the vehicle.
John Anderson, ongineor of tho
Mnkeo Sugnr Co.'s mill nt Kenlin,
is in town stnying nt The Queen,
lie is n votnrnn criokoter, one
with n. hnbit of "carrying his bat
out," and hopes to get a little of
that exercise before lonving town.
According to notico tho two
libels on the steamer City of Col
umbia nro duo to come before tho
Circuit Court tomorrow. Although
tho parties have mutually waived
objections to its boing a public
holiday, tho liULLETiN has an op-
inion from a high source that tho
fact will render tho proceedings
null and void.
From Maui and Hawaii, per
stmr Maunn lion, Sept 10 Col
Uordon and wile, b .Lesser, James
Whitnoy, Miss Lintt, S Paahau,
MiBS Nollie Foloy,W A Greonwoll,
Ah Choy, J Gnspnr, Jr, J D Paris, Jr,
Mrs G Clark and G childron, J
Scott, G P Mulvany, 0 "W Dickey,
E A Mott-Smith, A P Boiler,
Lnm Foi, Miss Mary Dias and
sou, O SorenBon and wifo, Fred
Carter, and 77 on deck.
Miss M. E. Killenn hna just re
turned from San Francisco after
an absence of four wooks. She
reports having had aplonBant timo
in tho Coast metropolis, although
her trip ma lnrgely ono of busi
ness. Mies Killonn, while nway,
mndo sovornl lnrgo purchases of
millinery and dress making
materials. Sho states that thore
are many new pretty things in
millinery, which will shortly bo
displayed in her storo on llotol
On IIuhIiivii Hunt.
Chas. II. Johnson, who left on
tho Australia, wont in the inter
ests of a certain company hero for
tho purpose of gotting bids for a
pumping apparatus for a 8150,000
contract that now hangs in tho
balance as regards contractors.
Another man, roprosenting still
anothor company, left on tho Ala
meda, bent on tho samo mission
as Mr. Johnson. What tho deal
is will not bo givou out by either
ono of tho companies but it may
bo said that tho ontorpriso is local.
WHAT TOMORROW BRINGS.
Continued from first page.
1G Sniling Cnnoe Unco. Fitst
prizo, S15; second, $5. Entries:
Keokeo, Kcohokii; Mnut Boy, Ke
liipio; Ninulnni, II J Knpu; Kn
kanko, Moses Kaihumun.
17 Half-mile Swimming Con
tost. Trophy Slo. Etitrios: Ku
niwn, W L Wolch, Kimokeo and
18 Four-onrod Dingy Race.
Prize, $15. Entries; John A
Briggs, Pnhukuln; Tnko n Ride,
Snin Kaln; Never You Mind,
Ekoln; Clinser, Fasseur.
Tliy Were Kiieclnlly Tolil They Mlirlit
When Judgo Stanley, nftor fair
warm'ng, clonrod tho court for
noisy demonstrations yesterday,
ho followed tho ordor immediately
with tho remark, "Reporters mny
romain." This was hoard bv tho
clerk, tho bailiff and at least ono
reporter a man from tho Coast
who did remain. Tho ropreson
tativO of n. lnnni nnnnr nv!,ln.,(l ..
did not hear iho romark, owing to
mo noise mncio oy tho departing
spectators. Judgo Stanley made
a motion to this pressman to stny,
which was doubtlessly misunder
stood, and thn bailiff wont mil tr
call him bnck but did not overtake
Tho Hcalani Boat and Yacht
Club will civoa iolliflcntiou dnnce
at their club hotiso next Friday
night. Occasions of tho kind at the
Healani houHehavo always proved
pleasant occasions but tho ono set
for Friday nirht will surnnnn
everything that has gone bofore.
Mukve Ulmul Concrrl.
Prograramo for tho concort giv
en by tho Hawaiian band at Ma
ke? island, Sunday, commencing
nt 3 p. m.
The Old Hundred.
Overture. The Armourer... Lortzlng
Gavotte. Arena Ren. Fllego
Selection. The Flying Dutchman...
Overture. William Tell Rossini
Grand Selection. Mlgnon Thomas
Solo by D. Nnoiic and Chas. Kreuter.
Intermezzo. Cavallerla Rustlnana
Fantasia. In Switzerland Hume..
Overture. Masnlullo Auber
The StarSpangled Uanner.
Steel or Wood Roads.
The good roads movements
throughout the United States i.as
caused more or less discussion of
what are called steel roads. Sev
eral p'ans are suggested. One is
to use broad steel rails where travel
is greatest; other portions of the
road can be laid with rock or even
wood fcr the wheels to run on. A
macadamized road 15 feet wide
would cost $7000 a mile; a double
track steel road, same width, filled
in with broken stone, $6000. The
steel would be flat plates of boiler
plate thickness, gutter shaped, 6
inches wide, with a square half-inch
shoulder, and then an angle of one
Amorican Messenger Sorvioo,
Masonic Temple. Telephono
VlANTED, Stenographer ani Typewriter. ArpW
n to Gear, Lansing & Co., aio King street. 10W
XT ANTED A position by an American Is tirn
11 class man on tlccte repairing anJ machine
work of all klnJs. Bet of references. AiJress "A,"
Bulletin office, ioi8jt
M. B. O. OPEN" HOUSE.
Tlio Myrtlo lloat Club will keep open
liouso during tlio racos, ltogatta Day,
Soptomber 17. All friouds are cordially
Uy tlio Socretay, M. I!. C,
1018-lt T. 11. PETWK.
DR. R. C. MOORE,
No. 21ft Hotel streot. Tolopliono o(lo.
lloi ItS: 1) to 13 11. 111. and 1 to I p.m.
The Evening JIulletin gives ALL
the news far 75 vents a month.
A Great Sufferer from General
Debility and Weakness Says '
SAVED HER LIFE.
We rIvo bclniv n testimonial from Mri.
M. Crnrknoll of Hilton. So. Australia, nbo
also sends us her portrait 1
" Some two years ago I was suffering from
renoral ilclilllty, weakness, etc., and was so
111 that I tliouulit I nover would ho well ngatn.
1 li.ul tho ailvico of twotncdlcalmcnanil took
much medicine, but I derived 110 pood what
ever. My husband was telling a friend liow
very 111 I was and this friend told him to gut
He did so nml I took thrro hotllos. I felt a
pre.it deal better. 1 continued Inking It nnd
in all I took clL'ht hollies nnd wasaWe to
rcsumo my household duties as well as I en r
was. I feel sure that AVer's Sarsaiurilla was
tlio means of saving my life. I strnnp.1) ir
commend It to nnyonowho is mifferluit 111 I
old and If llipy wllfonly jiersovcre In Its uso I
lcel positive It will euro them."
Kor ronitlnntlon lake Dr. Ajror's Tills T'ii-t
liroinMiy relieve unit mirely rurn. Tnlipf'iu
svitii Dr. Avcr'i SinaparllU i one aids lliu other.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.,
Solo Agents for tlio Itopubllo of Hawaii.
Tlio undenmiiiod irroeers 1km. i,. ,,i.
fy tliolr customers and tho public in
Hunuiai 111:11 iney villi not open tbclr
htores on ilegatu l).i, Satiirtlav, Sept.
MOWIS .V CO.
11" IIKNItY MAY A CO .
ORDER OF COURT.
Hawaiian Is'.anis, )
Im-vmiiu'Oaiiu, iloxoi.fi.f J
. To tho Mnrslial of tlio Hawaiian Isl
nnds or his Doputy: Oreotlng:
Wlieroas 11 llbol lias leon lllod in tho
Circuit Court of tlio Flint Circuit In
Admiralty, by II H Colegrovo, of said
Honolulu, agahiKt tlio Anioilcan (.tonm
hIiIji "City of Columbia," hor tacklo,
onglnes, boilers and npjiarols, tlio said
vossoliiow boing In tho port of Hono
lulu. Inland nf O.ilit, ,11.1 ..f,i.i.. .i.
JurlMllctlon of this Hononiblo Court,
...... i.i.int mi jiornou intervened for
tliolr Intoroststhorolii, In tiiuso of con
tract civil and iniirltlino for broach of 1111
agrooinont us Hot out In tho llbol on file
In this Court and for tho rocovory of
damages for breach of said contract and
agreoniont and praying for 1111 attach
niont to Usuo against tho said steamship
"City of Columbia," hor tacklos, on
clllON. boilers and nnnnrnlu n..,l ti.nt ..
judgiuont may bo ontorcd and deerco
i.ia.iu mi uiu mini 01 iwo Tliousaiul
Dollars and costs for tlio broach of said
contract and agreoiueut.
Now, thoroforo.you aro horobv com
manded to nttach tho said steamship
"City of Columbia" hor tacklo, engines,
boiler and apparol and dotnln tho sumo
in your custody and until tho further
ordor of this Court respecting thortamo
by publication dally until tho rotuni day
as provldod by tho Statuto, und to givo
notico hereof to all persons In genoral
who huvo or nrotoml to liavo any right,
Htlo or Intorost In tho .said stoainshlp or
prii)orty to bo ond appi-ar boforo tho
Court, 011 SATUltDAY, tho 21th day of
Soiitoinber, A I) 1808, ot 10 o'clock In
the foronoon, at tho Judiciary Ilulldlng,
at Honolulu, then and thoro to show
canso if liny thoy liavo why tho prayer
of said llbol or procosa as prayed for
should not bo granted and whatvoit'
shall do In tho promises do you then and
thoro nmko rotuni thereof togothor with
Witness tlio Hononiblo A Porry, First
Judgo of tho Circuit Court of tho
First Circuit at Honolulu, II. I ,
this Hth day of Septoinbor, A I).
P. DANSON KKM.KT, .In ,
In piiiMiann. of tho within Ordor of
Court, the .steamship "City of Coluiil
lila," together with her tacklo, onglno,
boiler and appuel, has boon attachod.
and all persons Interested In tho ubovo
proceedings tiro hninhv untitled to bo
aiidiippo.irbofoio tlio Circuit Court of
tho First Circuit. .Iiidiidnrv linn. 11....
tho 21th .lay of September, A I) lh08,
at ID o clock In tho foronoon of said daw
'" """" ""i", 11 iiiiyiiiny liavo, whv tho
prayer of tho ubovo stated libel should
not bo urantod noconlln.. i,. ,i... r
and Statuto in such caso mado and pro-
'"l"l J M IWUW.N,
Jlarshal, Itopubllo of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Oahii, Soptomber 11, lfeos.
Honolulu Mes&ongor Service de
livers mesRnrrna nnd n,w.lr..
If you want a uico Huhher tiro
hack with a careful driver ring up
Olub Stahlo Ilaok Sta.nl rl'l !ii
and wo guarauteo you will be
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