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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SEPTESfGM Iff, 1898.
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f Chairs, Etc. !
fviuum ui lvuiuui
J "Waverlsy Block W
BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS. M
CARTRIDGES TO BURN !
And want you to help burn them. If you lmvo not
got a riflo or sliot-jrun to burn tlioni in, wc cun furnish you
tho required nrtieles in that lino, also. Wo lmvo a lino
stock of sinolioless ami black powder shot-gun cartridges;
also powder, shot, shells, wads, and loading tools for those
who wish to load their own ammunition.
Shot-guns, Hides. Rovolvers, Air-guns, &e., &o.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Limited,
Corner "Fort and Kino: Streets.
SCHU IMC A. TXT " S
Carriage and Harness Repository
KiT Island orders promptly tilled.
9 GO LIGKHTI-fST KZtNTO. M
Best Bicycle for general use made in the United States.
See for yourself and be convinced.
PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts I
312 FORT ST.
Are unequalled for resilience ami
durability. We utilize nil tho
latent Improvements, besides pe
dal devices of our own.- Endless
wiri'H located within the rubber at
high tension securely hold the rub
ber In tho channel.
.Fokt stki:i:t, aiiovk Cluh Staiimis.
which Is ouo ot tho worst at
fllctlons ot tho human race, and
comes Irom Impure blood.
a torment to tho flceh, a dls
flgurcment to tho body, and i
drain on tho ayatom, alao duo
to vitiated blood.
which so disfigure tho skin, and
mako tho human faco dlvlno
anything but a thing of beauty,
but which aro Nature's adver
tisement of foul blood.
Is tho liest-ln fact tho Ouo True IlloocI 1'urlflcr.
80I1I by all dniRRlsti. tl six for $5.
Hood's Pill; ?.ct I'srmonlotiily with
"uuu ' Hood's SnrsaparuLi.
OKDER OF COURT.
Hawaiian Islands, i
iHi.AMtorOMii', Honolulu. J
To thoMarshal of tlio Ilnwallnn Isl
ands or IiIh Ivpnty: Greeting:
Whereas a Ill-el has lioon lllod hi tho
Circuit Court of tho l'lrst Circuit In
Admiralty, by II H Oolegiovo, of said
Honolulu, agalut the Amerlrau steam
ship "City of Columbia," hor tacklo,
engines, boilers and apparels, tho wild
vessel now Isdng In tho port of Hono
lulu. Island of Ouhtl. and within tlm
jurisdiction of tbN Honorablo Court,
and against all Mrson Inlorvoncd for
thoir Interests therein, In causo of eon
tract civil and niuiUliuo for breach of an
agrccuiolit as sot out In tho llbol on lllo
In this Court mid for tho recovery of
damages for breach of said contract and
agreement and praying for an attach
ment to Issue agaiust tho said stcamhlp
"City of Columbin," hor tackles, on
uinos, boilers mid amurcls. and that a
Judgment may bo entorod and decroo
in.ulo for the sum of Two Thousand
Dollars and costs for the breach of .said
contract and agreement.
Now, therefore, you aro horeby com
manded to attach tho said steamship
"City of Columbia" hor tackle, engines,
boiler and apparel and detain tho Mine
In your custody and until (lie further
order of this Court respecting the samo
by publication dally until the return day
as provided by the Statute, and to give
notleo hereof to alt persons In general
who lmvo or nrctend to lmvo any right,
titlo or Interest In tho said steamship or
proorty to Ikj and appear beforo the
Court, on SATlMtDAY, tho Mth day of
September, A 1) 1HU8, at 10 o'clock In
the forenoon, at the Judiciary Iluildlng,
at Honolulu, then and there to show
canso If any thoy have why tlio prayor
of said llbol or process as prayed for
should not bo granted mid what you
shall do In tlm premises do you then ami
there mako return thnrcof together with
Witnoss tlio Honorablo A Terry, First
Judgo of tho Circuit Court of the
First Circuit at Honolulu, II I ,
this 1-tth day of September, A I
l DANSON KKLU7T, Ju ,
In pursuauco of tho within Order of
Court, tlio Steamship "City of Colum
bia," together with her tackle, ougino,
holler and apmrol, has Im'oii attached.
and all persons Interested In tlio abovo
proceedings aro horoby notified to bo
and appear boforo tlio Circuit Court of
too lirst Circuit, Judiciary Iluildlng, on
the iilth day of Sontollllior. A I) 1808.
at 10 o'clock in tho forenoon of said day,
to show causo, If iiny thoy lmvo, why tlio
prayer oi mo auovo Hiaioil line! slioukt
not bo granted according to tho Laws
and Statute in Much case mado and pro-
vinou, A h II1IUW.N,
Marshal, Itopublio of Hawaii.
Honolulu, dim, Soptombor II, 1693.
Nl"iv Willi Pew
No H !.
Nothing startling took plnco od
"ohaDgu" this raoruiug. In fact
buyers soem few or else thoy
fire holding off for something to
mm up In tbo aliBoiico of Col.
Fisher, the lit-t wiib called by Geo
U. Curler. Although 110 bids have
been mado during sessions tuero
scorns to bo a demand for the
American Sugar Oo.'s Assessable
Stock. S135 was bid for Oahu
assessable with uouo offered
Brewer & 0.'h stock is still at
SG00, Ewa .1-240; $125 Wft8 asked
for Olowitlu mid Hawaiian Elec
trio had no tnk-rs nt S250. No
nlcs took plnco during the session
nor wero nny reported from tho
1'orniL'ii Olllco Truphy.
Co. G, N. G. II., will soon litwo
tho opportunity thpy nro nnxiouB
Iv nwfiiting, to innkn tlioir third
and Goal winning of tho Foreign
Offioe trophy. Col. Fisher said to
day, in aiuwer to a question, that
prouauiy arrnnjjeniHnts could bn
mado to have thp shoot a woek
from uext Stunlay.
Hnnolul 1 Mes-eugi r Service do
livrTt mosngod and prtckMues
Tor aJJIIIonal Shipping News see seventh pace.
, J hSi go-? moi coo
DAY. J? SSj 3 B
p n re s
,11.11). p.m. In. in. ii.ni.
Monday 10 5.50 5.31:11.1012.47
Tuesday 0 0.51 0.2011.67 2.00
Friday '23 10.121
Saturday 24 11.12 a.m.
The Standard tlmo whistle sounds at
12h. O111. OS. (iiildnlglit), Greenwich
time, which Is Hi. 30m. p. 111. of Ha
waiian Standard time.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Sopt
10, 1 pm Weather clear, wlndi fresh
Weather Iturenu, Puunliiiu, Sept 10.
Temneraturo Morning nilnlimini,
71: Midday maximum, 81.
Barometer, 0 a in, 30.00. Italnfall,
Humidity 01 pur cent
Saturday, Sept 17.
Slinr Lelilia, Itenuelt, troui .Moiokal
Stmr Mlknhala, Thompson, from
riuir Iwa, Townscnd, from Ma
kena. Am bk Albert, Orllltths, fron San
Stmr Kluau, Clarke, from Hawaii
mid Maul ports.
Sunday, Sept 18.
Stmr .lames Mukcc, Tullett, from
Stmr Kauai, Hrulin, from Lalmina
Stmr W O Hull, llaglund, from
Stmr Claudlnc, Cameron, from Ma
IT S Transport Senator, Patterson,
Saturday, Sept 17.
Alien, Johnson, for
Am bk S C
Sunday, Sept 18.
Wrestler, Xlelscn, for
Monday, Sept 10.
Stmr Wulalealc, Miwhcr, for Kahu
kuund ruualuu. 4 p 111.
Stmr Mlkahala, Thompson, for Ha
uamaulu, lCllauea, Kalllihvai and
Huualei nt 4 p 111.
Stmr Maul, Freeman, for Pmiu
linu, Kukalatl, Ooktila, I.aup.ihoelioe
and Papaloa, at 5 p 111.
Stmr Lehuii. llennett, for Moiokal
mid Lanal, at 5 p m.
VE88EL8 LEAVING TOMORItOW.
Stmr Klnau, Clarke, for usual Maul
and Hawaii ports at 10 a 111. (Kaiiim
kakal and Luuimhoelioe, mall and pas
Stmr James Mnkee, Tullett, for
Kapaa, at 4 p 111.
Stmr Kauai, llruhn, for Lalmina at
4 p m.
Stmr W G Hall, Haglund, for
Kauai ports, at 5 11 111.
Stmr Iwu, Townscnd, for Ma
kena, nt 2 pm.
Stmr Claudlnc, Cameron, for Maul
ports.at r p m.
l.v ni:vv iUAUTt:itH.
Wnvcrlry Club Now at Corner Illhl
ml Hotel Ktreeti.
Tho Wnvbrloy Club is now por
manontly sottlod in tho naw quar
ters at tho cornor Bethel and Hotel
streets. Shades and curtains adorn
tho windows and tho billiard and
pool tables lmvo bcon nowly cov
ored and put in first class condi
tion. Tho Wnvprloy Club Art GalWy
of famous Spanish-American Win
Pictures is now open to membors
and their frionde.
Tho uow library is now in ordor,
and mouthers can obtain soiuo ex
cellent books. A largo assortment
of books of reforonco aro on the
shelvos. The newspaper and
poriodical list contaius of somo
iho host productions of Amoricau
Members should invito thoir
friends to inspect tho now club
The Columbia Cine.
Judgo Perry on Saturday ovor
rulod oxcoptioiiB by Mr. Hatch
for liboleo to jurisdiction of tho
libels 011 tho steamer Columbia.
Whou asked to fix tho amount of
i bottomry bond, the Court do
olined tho responsibility of re
leasing tho vossol on a bottomry
bond. Judgo Porry was willing
to lmvo thrt hoarinq proceed
on a mutual waiver of time,
and tho parties lmvo agreed to
Wodnesday, or tureo days beforo
oturu day. Kinney & Ballou and
G. A. Davis sppeateil fur tho two
1 belrt respectively, and Elatch and
Oxyploss fur the libellant, Captain
01I7KI 7 Vn t, .If..'.
'22' 0.01 0.30 0.42 C.22
11.20 1.51 0.18
.....25 12.22 0.32 7.27 5.22
BUSINESS MEN OF HILO
They Organize Chamber of Commerce
Coffee Planters Also Organize -Prospects of
Japanese Strike Trial On Con
tract Labor Lav.
The Ililo Ghambor of Commerce
has orgauized with tho following
officers : J. "V Mason, president;
L. Turner, first vico-presideut;
Dr. P. Rico, second vice-president j
J. T. Stacker, secrotary; N. 0.
Willfong, treasurer; H. 0. Austin,
auditor; 0. A. Galbrailh, P. Souzi
and E. G. Hitchcock, directors.
Tho tiist businosB of this body
as tho consideration of a memo
rial to tho Commission. Quito a
discussion aroso over tho fran
chisH proposition. Tho plea final
ly adopted was for 0 properly bucI
Trouble is already browing
among the plantation laborers and
it seems only a question of tho
amount of inlliiouco tho Japanese
consul has whother n strike will bo
ordered. A plantation mauager in
this district received a lettor by tho
Mauua Loa that a striko had beot
oidored but the Japanoso consul
called it off for tho present. Ewa
plantation has had to increase the
pay of tho laborers to $15 por
month, nod it is probablo other
places will have to follow suit.
At a meeting of the Coffee
Planters of Olaa held at the re
sidonrjo of Dr. Bussol last Sun
day, the following officers wore
elected: Presidont, Dr. N. Bup
col; Vice-President, F. Sonzn;
Secretary, A. Supo; Troasurer,
Ohas. Eagan. Tho membors dis
cussed tho advisability of hnvinc
a committee appraiso tho land'
and it is probablo this will be
Tho trustees of tho Hilo First
Foreign church tendered a rocep
'ion to Boverond and Mrs. J. A.
Ornnn in tho church parlors last
Mrs. Luononstein has rented a
house in Alameda and will go to
housekeeping. J. R. Wilson and
family aro keopinij house in th
same locality as Mrs. Loebenstoin.
Mossrs. Fulchor and Campboll
who did much toward inducing
tho owners of tho City of Col u in
hia to make Hilo a port of call have
hpon mado agpnts for the Pucet
Sound and Hawaii Steamship
Company and lmvo established
themselves as manufactures brok
ors in tho Spreokel's Block.
On Tuesday thoro was heard in
ho District Court a case whioh i
sure to attract attention through
out theso Islands and tho United
States. Tho Honomu Sugar Co.
filed a complaint acainstoneof its
Polish contract laborers, nlleginp
that tho man was guilty of the
crime of breaking his contract.
When the caso was called At
torney Carl S. Smith arose
and informod tho Court that he
appeared for tho prisoner and that
ho wished to move that tho cas
bo dismissed because the law un
der whioh it was brought was con
trary to tho Constitution of the
Uuited States. Tho motion wat
verruled and tho prisonor wbb
found guilty as charged and or
dered back to work. Upon hit
refusal to comply with tho ordor,
Judge Hapai ordered tho mau to
jail, thore to remain till ho should
consent to fulfill bis contract. Mr.
Smith filod notice of appeal to tho
Supremo Court and ho will go to
Honolulu and represent tho pri
toner in that forum next Friday
With tho advent of tho Pug'et
Sound and Hawaiian Steamship
lino tho banana industry has been
given a fresh impetus uuditsooms
probablo that within tho next
sixty days hundreds of acres of
uerotoforo idle laud will be plant
k1 in bananas and pineapples.
The fact that the lino was to be
started was communicatod to the
people of San Ftaucisco through
the Soattlo and Tacoma news
papers, and dealers in fruit iu
California lmvo rovived thoir in
orost in the Hawuiiau product.
WlUailT--At Wnlmea, Kiuial, Sept.
17, 1808, to tho wlfo of Walter
Wright, u daughter.
COCKKl'l'-In this city, Sept. 0, 1898,
to the wlfo ot 1. L. Cockett, a
If you want a nico Rubber tiro
hack with a careful driver ring up
Club Stablo Hack Stand Tol. 311),
jind wo guarantee you will be
Fft -r,'fr:'!;2age,ri tCT
M1 DID YOU EVER
WJ SEE A SNOWSTORM f
ftfflfe S IN SUMMER?
Wo never did : bat we have
Been tho clothingat this time
of tho year so covered with
dandruff that it looked as if
it had been out In a regular
1 need ol this snowstorm.
As tho summer sun would melt tho
falling snow, so will
Ayer's Hair Vigor
melt these flakes of dandruff In tho scalp.
It goes further than this : It prevents their
It has still other properties : it will restore
color to gray hair In just ten out of every
And itdocs oven moro : it feeds and nour
ishes the roots of tho hair. Thin hair be
comes thick hair; nnd short hair becomes
Dr. J. I!. Aer & Co., IjowcII, Mass., U.S.A.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.,
Solo Agonts for tho Ilopubllo of Hawaii.
Honolulu Comroandery No. i, K. T.
ASl'KOIAI, MKWINO of tho abovo
Commnndorv will bo hold nt their Asy
lum in the MasoiiloToinpIo,THI.S(.Ion.
day) KVKNINIJ, Soptombor Jit, nt 7:.10
o'clock. All vlsltlnt-SIr Knit-lits cour
teollsly Invited to attend. WORK IN
TKMl'Mi W. (I. ASHM5V,
HONOLULU CHAPTER No. l"
It. A. M..
Jloefs every third Tliursiliiv evening In
Masonic Teiuplo All visiting compan
ions cordiallr Invited.
HKNUYILCOOl'KIt, II. I'.
JV. O. ASH I,K Secretary. 1010
Honolulu Com mandkmy No l.K.T.
Moots In Mnsonlo Tomplo on tho second
I'liursday evening of eacli month. All'
visiting Sir Knights courteously Invited.
HKNKV li COOl'KH, li C.
W. G.ASHLJjY, Iteeordor. 1010
OAHU LODGE No. 1, K. of P.i
Meets ovory Thursday ovonlng at their
Custlo Hall, 4'joif .,n street, at 7::!0.
Mombors of Jlystle Lodge N(s 2, and
visiting brothers, cordially luvltod.
l'or ordor C. (J.
, CHAULia KIllDKlt, J
1010 K. f 11, ,in, s.
HENRY BRYANT, P.op.
Tho stage for Kaneohe, Heela, Wal
kane, I'unaluu, Lalo, Kithuku and way
points, will leave Postolllee, Hethel
street side, at 0 a. 111. (.Sundays except
ed), calling for passengers and pack
11 ires at Lovetov .( Ci.V TC 10 M. .........
Wj&tages will make the return trlii
from Kahuku dally. 10IO
Announces tlio opening of her
INTERPRETATION . . .
And tho Higher Hriuiches of Vocal Art
Appointments made by mall, box
308, or by telephone, 14(1 lO'O
Paltinnm Pictures are Permanent.
TANTCD.Siilicitiir for business In Hilo. Arrlv
linmeJIatek V V 7 lt..ii.n :, ' !'
j .. , , Hf, MMiuiiii unid lOIQ
UMNTLD nfrlviui'4 Hookkeeper ani Caviller.
AnnK iIiIikh .iii. - r ' . . .
' ",',"';,?"'",J rpenrnce, ana ace. in
conhJt-nve iu Kl.Trtd . II ilktln uflice. 101I1
7ANTLI)-A pusltlon by nn American. U first
II fli, m.m in l-l, I.. .....,.,.. . . ..
work of all klnt.. Hstof Mirenn.. AJJrts. "A."
uullttin oince. ioi8-jt
Ca or iiiivmni, """
J. L. Kailll, I. .Ill Ullr ..lln.nnJ
from Ivauai jeatordnj', reporta a
case of contempt in tho Circuit
Court at Lihuo on Friday.
j.uo casu or uumou rw) V8
Mrs. I'allU amn nnrl nilmn f
covery of certain lands was being
Vf ","'' uuniy. hiiou
Mr8. ralmlama took tlio stand,
uer uusoanu retired to the back of
tllO COUrt rnnm nnrl flinrn mnilo
siKiis to his wifo as to whethor
bho should answer iu tho nllirmn
tive or negative.
Tho uext day Pahulama got ton
days unpiisoumont at hard labor.
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