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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SEPTEMBER 20, 1BU8
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Chamber Suites, J
Side Boards, ?
Extension Tables, ?
Library $ Parlor Tables
Chairs, Etc. J
Waverley Bloolc V
BETHEL AND MOTEL STREETS. W
CARTRIDGES TO BURN !
Rhoumntlsm, Kltjnoy Troublos nnd
Sick Hoadacho tho Results Doc
torod for Yoaro Without Rollof.
" My blood was out of order, ond I bo
gnn taking Hood's Sarsaparllla. It has
purified my blood and relieved mo ol
rheumatism, kidney troublo and sick
headaches. I havo been aflllctcd with
theso difficulties (or years. I am now able
to do a good day's work. Rheumatism has
troubled mo slnco I was a child, but I am
now entirely well." Miss 1'llEonis BAI
LEY, Box 415, Pasadena, California.
" I havo suffered from tho effects of Im
pure blood, bolls, pimples, etc., (or ilro
years. I havo tried various remedies with
out relief and finally purchased six bot
tles of Hood's Barsaparllla. Tho bolls
and pimples havo all disappeared slnco I
began taking this racdtclno. I am now
entirely cured." Louis Thomas, 1112
11th Street, Oakland, California.
Is the best -In fact the One True Wood Puri
fier. All drugglits. 91, six (or $5. act Hnnd's.
i r:i nre purely vegetable, re
S H1IIS liable, benenciaL isc.
I,X)R SALI. - 'A i '
i u.n t'tin in me
KlnKliurv upright pi inn
about rnipxp.-ir I .ifuM im.
prmctmnt Cost Jiw In New Ynrk. ,tut be v.U
imnii Ji it.l in .Kvtiunt of Jiparture nf nwmr An
r. imiimMi oRit mil telu-eJ A4Jros IMjno
Hi 1 1 1 tin Oiine la1
' ANTI.l) To tenl tliree or lour unfurnMicJ II
m Toning in trooj ULLMiNittiooJ AU.iu.int
llOUM Of 3 tO U rOOIHV
AJJri-ssA. II. C
TANrHI nxpctlencej HookVeeper anJ Ciinr
' ArrK. M.itliH' vilary experlvnie, anJ jl-i in
vonfiJtnietu "HLTAIL." Ilulleiin office, i.oo
And want you to help burn them. If you liuve not
jr,ot si rillo or sliot-tfiin to hum tliom in, we can furnish you
tho required articles in that line, also. Wo havo a tine
jtock of sjnokoless and black powder shot-gun cartridges;
also powder, shot, shells, wads, and loading tools for those
who wish to load their own ammunition.
Shot-guns, Ritles, Revolvers, Air-guns, &c, &c.
V'ANTLD A position bv an American. I fut
. '.' m-in on hUjlv ripalrlng anJ iimlilni
oik of all kinjv Hot ol references. AJJre A
ilulletln nfti ioiS-,t
ORDER OF COURT.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Limited,
Corner Forf and Kinsr Streets.
Arc unequalled for resilience nnd
tlurablllty. We utilize all the
latest improvements, besides spe
elul ileviee.i (if our own. Kndle.s
wires located within tin' ruliiioritt
high tension securely hold the rub
lier lu tho eluuinel.
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Carriage ind Harness Repository
.Four sthi:i:t, aisovi: Ci.uii Staiii.ks.
BaT Island onlerH promptly lllleil.
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Imperial Wheels !
Best Bicycle for general use made in the United States.
See for yourself and be convinced.
PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 FORT ST. Telephone 565.
l-l.IMII'0lll , IloNOl.t'l.t '
lo tin- Marshal of tlio Hawaiian
uiiils or IiIn Deputy: Creeling:
Whereas :t lllwl lias Ikmmi llled In tile
Circuit Court of tho First C'rcult In
Ailmir.tlt.v, by 11 II Colegrovo, of said
Honolulu, against the American steam
ship "I'lty of Columbia," her ti-cklo,
engines, boilers utiil app'ircls, the mIiI
voscl now Mug lu tho port of Mono
lulu. Island of Oalm. anil within ih
jurisdiction of this Honorable Colli t.
and ngalrst all ixirMin iutoronod for
tlii-Ir liitnrosts tlifrulu. In nitt-o of con
tract civil ituil uiitrlllinu for breach of an
agreement us sot out lu the libel on fll
In thin Court and for tlio rm-oorvof
il. Ullages for breach of mihl coutnict and
MKifoinoiit ituil prayln(r for mi attach
mont to Insuo ii";alii!.t tho wild Htcnnixlilp
"City of Columbia," lior tackles, on
i;lnei, 1kI1ci-s and app,ueh, and that n
jiulKinunt may bo entered and decreo
inado for tho Mini of Two Thousand
Hollars and costs for tho breach of mild
coutnict and agreement.
Saw, therefore, you nro hoioby com
manded lo attach the said steunislilti
it, i... i , i .. ... '
vuy 01 loiuiuom ' ner nicKle, DIIKlnos,
iHiiier nun iipjiaroi anil tinlain tlio N.11110
III your custody mid until tho further
order of this Court rnxxtliiB tho miiuo
oy piruicAiiou d.iuy until the return day
as provided by the Suituto, mid to jrlvo
notice hereof ta all persons in Konoral
who havo or nrcteuil to havo any rl";ht,
title or Interest In the said steamship or
proporty to bo and appear before tho
Court, on .SATURDAY, tho 21th day of
September, A I) 1HUS, at 10 o'clock in
tho forenoon, at tho Judiciary Ituiltlltif,,
at Honolulu, then mid there to show
cause If any tlioy havo why tho nruvcir
of Mid llbol or pincers us prayed for
should not bo Kranted and what you
shall do lu the promise do you thou and
thoro niako return thereof togothor with
Witness the Honorable A Perry, First
.IiiiIko of tho Circuit Court of tho
Klrst Circuit at Honolulu, II I ,
this 1-ltli day of .September, A I).
1'. DAXSON KKIJ.17r,.Ii( ,
In purHtianco of tho within Order of
Court, tho .Stcunslilp "City of Colum
bia," together with her tackle, online,
boiler and apparel, has been attached,
and all persons Intoiestod In the above
proccodlntrs are hereby uotllled to bo
and appear before tho Circuit Court of
tho First Circuit, Judiciary llulldliiK, on
tho Ultli day of September, A 1) lbi)8,
at 10 o'clock in tlio forenoon of said i'ny(
lo show cause, If any they hao, why tho
prayorof tho nbovo slatod libel should
not Ik Kmntod according to iho Laws
and .Statute In such caso iniiiln and pro
vided, A M IlKOWN,
Marshal, Ropubliu of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Oaliti, .Soptoinbcr 1 1, Ib98,
Tor aJJItlonal SlilprlnR Newi see seventh page
Dltimonil IIwul SlKiinl Station, Sept
20, 1 inn Weather clear, wind fresh
Weather Rtireau, I'unnlinu, Septio.
Temperature Morning minimum,
T2; Midday maximum, S3.
Itarometer, 0 a m, .'10.11. Rainfall,
Humidity 03 per cent
Momlay, Sept II).
Am ship.) II Ilrown, Matlen, from
Am hktue Addenda, De Liuio, from
Tuesday, Sept 20.
Stint- Noeaii, I'ederson, from Kauai
Stmr Keaulioti, Thompson, from
Tuesday, Sept 20.
Stmr ICinnii, Clarke, fur usual Maul
and Hawaii ports.
Ktmr James Makee, Tullctt, for
Kapaa, nt 4 p m.
Stmr ICatml, Hriilin, for Lnhaliia at
1 p m.
Stmr W 0 Hall, Hnsluinl, for
Kauai ports, at " 11 m.
Stmr I wn, Townseiid, for Mil
kena, at 2 pm.
Stmr Claiidlne, Cameron, for Maul
ports,iuii p m.
Stmr J A Cummins, Searle, for
VESSELS LEAVING TOMOItliOW.
Htmr M111111.1 fiOa.Slmersoii.for I.a
lialna, Maalaea, Kona and Kail, nt 10
Davey's Platinum Pictur.s u Permanent.
Photograpliic stadlo. Honolulu, m
GEAE, LANSING k CO.,
210 Kino Stheet.
Slock mid llonds bought and sold under
tho rules mid in tho hoard
rooms of tho
Honolulu Stock Exchange
HE INVESTIGATED COFFEE.
Continued from first page.
sued by your Govornment iu 1890
wont too far entirely in promises.
CofT-o rnisiny requires capital,
oxperiouco ami ouorjjy. It is ox
perioiico that is most needed in
tbis country. There is the great
ost diotsity of methods. Tho
questions of shade or no shndo, of
th-' distnnco botweeu plants, etc.,
are nnswerod variously in prac
tise by different plautois.
"Iu tho matter of distauco tho
rulo varies from sis feet to ciht
feet betvvcon tho plants. Tho host
coffeo I saw was nt eight fuet
npnrt. Plants only six feet apart,
when thoy grow, will havo thoir
biauchcs meet and crowd each
o hor. Aud I saw bettor coffee
without shado than with it.
"Now, tho liltlo book gives pro
mises of profit in your coffeo
which are exlromoly ulluring but
they are quite delusive. It shows
$21,275 to tho credit of a colTee
plantation of 75 acres at the end of
7 jiatH. I havo 13nured the ques
tion down very carefully, and find
thut before any returns appear
ouo must havo expanded 820,000,
aud thou ho will begin to real v.o
S1U00 to 5U00 a year at tho ut
most. The basis of my calculation
is planting eight feet apart, which
will uivo 080 trees to tho aero, aud
an average yield of one pound to
the tree. More trees will go below
that avcrago than above it.
" Thou you must count upon
some bad seasons, aud if your
plantation is at nil neglected you
are done. If weeds como up u le
is an end to coffeo."
Colonel Gorton, returning to
tho subject of diverse methods.
said thoso planters hnd tho best
results who did not burn tho treos
cut down iu clonriiiL' tho Intnl. Bv
loyiUK them in strnicht wiurowe HiUgmeors, appenred in uniform at
h-y mode windbreaks that pro- the Judiciary ofliee this aftem
tested tho louder young coffeo
plants. In a few years, too, the
trunks of the treo forns rotted
clean away, adding richly to the
fertility of tho soil. It was tho ex
perience in New Zoalaud that
wherever brush was burned off tho
land n rank growth of thistles and
other noxious woods was inevita
ble. (Jol. Gorton boliovos that the
eoffoo planters will, soouor or Int
er, havo to uso lertili.ers on thoir
laud. Ha would not bo surprised
if tho opinion of some woro cor
rect, thut tho coffee lands of Olua
would yot bo pivon up
to sugar cauo. Tho soil
is very rich and cano wounl flour-
lbh to an elovatlou of 100 feet.
The greotor fortility and dopth
of soil iu Olua- as compared with
1'una was indicated to Colonel
Gorton by the far larger size of
the ohia trees iu Olua. Thoro was
evidently adifforenconlso between
the soil of tho elder Mr. Rycroft's
plantation down by tho const aud
his sous up iu the hills of Putm.
Tho young man's coffeo was prov
ing moie successful tb.au his
Another thing tho Colouol
founl demonstrated iu Olaa was
that much tho bettor results were
obtained from planting tho seed
directly than transplanting from
seed beds. Three soeus are plant
od iu oach hole, nud instond of
transplanting tho two suporiluous
shoots thoy are thrown away. Tho
strongest ouo of tho threo of
Colonel Gorton found tho vol-
cauo (tenu. JUHt n lime smouo
wus emitted. It surprised him,
howover, to find that a stick buru
ed fiercely at a dopth of four feet
iu a lava crack tho instaut it rest
ed thoro, while nt twice tho dopth
it took tiro much less readily nud
hurued more slowly. Ilis iutor
est in the volcauo is great from
the fnct that Now Zealand contaius
Bonio of tho most wondorful vol
canic pheuomeua iu tho world
geysers, mud Hows, oto.
"I must Bay," tho Culonol em
phatically romarked when ho had
tiuished with coffeo, "that I havo
nevor iu any country seen such
civility ns that showu by tho peo
ple of theso i-dnuds. Tho courto
By aud kindness wo havo received
is simply remarkable."
Col uel aud Mrs. Gorton will
remain here uutil tho 30 h iust.
Tho Knlniaina Society presout
cd its memorial to the Commis
sion yesterday. It doos not ask for
restoration but simply "nu iudo
Lieut. Frank Britton, l S. V
to file his apphcatiou for admis
sion to tho Bar. Being Judgo Ad
vocnto of (he Court Mnrtinl Vstnb
lis hod here by Gouernl Morrinm,
n is uioiigur. uesirnuio tunt lie
should have a standing iu the
local com te. Lieut. Britton is n
partner of Snmuel M. Shortridge,
tho well-known lawyer aud poli
tician of California.
LOSS OF APPETITE
A Household Remedy Throughout
Wc n'vc the following testimony
from Mr. l'rank 1'. l'encock of Given
Terrace, l'addliigton, Quccnslaiul,
whose experience is in exact accord
with thousands of others :
"I have used Dr. Aycr'sSarsnpariUa
iu my family for indigestion, loss of
npnetite, nnd its n tonic, with very
(sitisfnctury results. 1 have been
pleased to recommend it to my friends
and in many cases they have used it
witli equal butisfaUiou.
U n household r metly throughout
Quccnslntul It nth. kimlthfltcurcs."
tor rnmtli i 'mi !. Ir rr'j I'HU. Tlirjr
iirfimiiT'T r- i i a i i i'iirt iav
kith Dr.A)i -
t'tirp Tnkft tliin
l(l4 IllU btlH'f.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.,
Solo Agouti for tlio Itepublle of Hawaii.
Never judye a person by his out
side appearance. A shabby old
coat may enwrap a newspaper pub
isher, while a man wearing a hih
hat and a good-headed cane may be
a delinquent subscriber.
If you want a nico Rubber tiro
hack with a careful driver riug up
Ulut) Siutilo Hack IStnud IVl lil.i,
aid wo gunrnnleo you will b
Sales on tho Stock Exohango
today were confined to fifteen
shnres of Onhu nsses-nblo nt S1J18.
For Onhu paid 150 was offered,
$155 nsked; SH80 was bid for Ha
waiian Agricultural Compauy.
Honolulu MessongorServico do
livers messages nnd packages
"hy wife is as womanly a
woman as you can find, but she
can hammer nails like lightning."
"Lightning," continued the hus
band, "seldom strikes twice in the
.Special Mooting of tho StookholdorH
of tho Union Koed Company, L'td., will
bo hold at the Coinpaiiy'Mollleo on Wod
nosday, thuilSth Inst. at 10 o'clock n. m.,
to consider tho accoptanoo of tho aliinnd
lllonts of the Charter of tho .Company
grai.tod by tho .Minister of tlio Interior
on tho 1st day of September, 1808.
Soorotaryof tho Union 1'eodJCo., L'td.
i.fi(TMi:Nr oi'iin: Inii:iuiih, 1
.Soptombor 11), 18WS.
Tho nttuntlou of all Notaries I'ubllo Is
eallod lo the provision of tho stiitutos
relating to the roeoids to bo kept by
NntiirloH,iiiuI tho reilliroiiiout thiitovory
11 vo years from tlio dulo of appointment
eaeh Notary (dull deposit his records
with tho Clork of tho Court of record
noarest tho pl.ieo whoro such Notary
And also, to the requirement that upon
the do.ith of a Notary his oxoeutor or
administrator shull doposlt bis record
with such Court; also, that upon resig
nation or removal from olllco like aetioii
shall bo t.il.en.
Tlio statutes provide a penalty of not
loss than llfty nor more than llo hun
dred dollars for failure to conform with
Tho statutes upon tho subject will bo
found In Chapter 77 of tho l'elial Laws.
J. A. KINO,
1021) lit Minister of tho Inferior.
A collate containing Iho rooms and
ptrt of a house, situated corner of Adams
Lane and Union street. Apply at Ilul
letln olllco. 10ll-tf
FLOUR AND BRAN.
AVKDXSDAY, Sept. 21, 'OS
AT 11! O'CLOCK" NOON,
At linker's Wharf, I will soli bv iMiblU,
Auction, a quantity of
FLOUR AND 1311 AN,
IlamilKlMl on yoyago of Iniimrtntlou ot
.S. .S. City of Columbia.
.TAS. F. MOitGAiV.
Of Los Angeles, Cul., has located In
Honolulu, on Fort nt reel, opposite the
"Fire House." Diseases diagnosed.
No questions asked ; mi medicine.
Consultation free. A brief Iilstorv of
ancient and modern healing given ti
cullers, or sent free to any address.
In toe Circuit Court of the First Judi
cial Circuit of the Republic of
Hawaii, U. S. A.
In Piiouate. At Chamiieiis.
In tho nuittor of tlm Kstate of I.oiu
Iticir.utiis ltosv.u minor.
NOTICK OK TIMK AND I'l.ACK OK
salk ok ukai. hstati:.
m.m.H? ? '"'r.C'1'-v Klvon that mi .sa'I.
JJHIIAV, the tith day of Odober, A. l
1H1W, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, at
tlio front or iniiukadoorof the.liidlelarv
llulldliig, iu Honolulu, tho uiideisiui,LMi
wd cause t bo sold at I'ubllc Auction
all tho right, titio and Inloie.st of the
said IrfiuiH Hielmrds Itosa, a minor, lu
and lo the roal eshito deseilbod in Scl,0.
dule A bdow, to the l.igiiost bidder, for
t-iisli, siii.eet to the iiiiillniiatluu of tho
t'uurt. .IO.SIU'11 HOSA,
i ,ir. i , fiuanlliui.
Honolulu. II. I., September-.-, lfcw.
Iioscripti,,,, ()f lai,,s f ,
An tl udHldod ono-thiiil Int.uest in
and i., hlxty,i,o ll.o,.sa,.dth.s o n ,cro
ofllioliiud eoinjirisod in Itoval l.i,..it
h. i, , l"10' ''"'"S'he "Mhul half
or tlio laud grained iu wil 1 liovul i,.
tent ami Auanl Hi.,l n oro , ,,r 11 ,1 Lr y
Coiiiinouel'ng at the booth angle at
i i.il o, and tho west anglu of Opunul's
til. ill I ,w. . .... " Z' ' ''
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