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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SEPTEMBER 22, 18U8.
Library Parlor Tables
ORDWAY & PORTER
BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS.
CARTRIDGES TO BURN !
And want you to lieln burn tliein. If you liuvo not
got a riflo or shot-gun to burn tlioni in, we can furnish you
the ro(uircd articles in that line, also. Wo have a lino
stock of smokeless and black powder shot-gun cartridges ;
also powder, shot, sholls, wads, and loading tools for those
who wish to load their own ammunition.
Shot-guns, Kitles, Revolvers, Air-guns, &c, fec.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Limited
Corner Port and Kino: Streets.
js o n xj :va: a. jst js
Carriage and Harness Repository
tgrisland orders promptlv Illled.
We have just received another shipment of those
handsome IMPERIAL, JR., WHEELS.
The strongest and lightest running child's bicycle
PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 FORT ST. Telephone 565.
Aro unequalled for resilience anil
durability. "We utlli.e all the
latest Improvements, besides spe
cial devices of our own. Kndless
wires located within the rubber at
high tension securely hold the rub
ber in tho channel.
.Four STiuarr, aiiovi: Cluii Staulks.
It Is easy to purgo, but that is not what
is wanted. A mild but euro and undls
turblng catbaitto will set Noturo to co
iner, and relievo tbo bead, tbo stomach,
tho liver and all tbo organs of tbo body
from the many and dangerous evils of a
clogged corporeal drainage
Hood's Pllts CURB Liver Ills, Blck head
ache, biliousness, constipation, without
purging, without pain, without violence.
Hood's IMlls are tho only pills to tako
with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Sold by all
druggists. 25c. Sent by mall on receipt
of price, by C. I. Hood A Co., Lowell, Mass.
I OST-A DHI'SS COAT. In driving Irom Tort
I J via Motel anj Atakea streets to King street near
I'utulihml Suitable rewarJ to finJer on leaving
coat at Hulletln oflke 101.-1I
7ANTI I) -I l(l lirst-ilais WAITCI'S on SAT
ii I HDAY, between la m. ani t p m. Arplv to
J W UIAI'MAN, Union txpte Co.. 86 King
TANTEI To exchange, a nice lot In Oakland.
II California, for a lot here or for sugar stKk
Address M. llullctln office. ioji-it
V ANTLD-Several JnWIxTRS.at once. Steady
1 1 uutk Workmen brought up here preferred
ixji-tf II V. WICllMAN
J OH NALL "A i Kingsbury upright piano
Has bcin in use about one year. Latest Im
provements, c.osl $450 In New York. Must be sold
immedfatel) on account of Jeparture of mvner. Any
reasonable oiler not refused Address "Piano'
LIUI.LI TIN Oflne 10 jo-it.
WANTFD Experienced Hookkeeper and Cashier.
11 Aprth statlnp salarv experience, and dp In
conlidenceto I'LTAIL, " bulletin omce. 1010
ORDER OF COURT.
Hawaiian Islands, )
Ni.ksiiok Oaht, lIo.Noi.vi.r ) N
To the Marili.il of the Hawaiian M
and or his Deputy: Greeting:
Whereas a llliel lias 1koii filed in tho
Circuit Court of tbo First Circuit In
Admiralty, by II II Colegrovo, of wild
Honolulu, against tbo American steam
ship "City of Columbia," hor tackle,
engines, bollors and apiarols, tbo mild
vessel now lniing In tho jort of I lono
I11I11, Island of Oalill, and within the
Jurisillction of this Honorablo Court,
aim against all rsoii intervened for
their Interests therein, in cause of con
tract civil and maritinio for breach of an
agreeiiiont as sot out in tbo llbol on Me
In this Court anil for tho rccovory of
damages for breach of said contract and
agreement nud praying for an attach
ment to tssuo against tbo Mid Meamslilp
"City of Columbia," her tackles, on
glues, boilers and apparels, and that a
Judgment may lo ontored airl decree
ni.ulo for tho flu m of Two Thousand
Dollar and costs for tho breach of said
contract and agreomout.
"sow, theroforo, you aro horoby com
manded to attach tho ,ki steamship
"City of Columbia" hor tackle, engines,
bollor and apparel and ilotaln tbo sumo
lu your custody and until tho further
order of this Court respecting tbo samo
by publication daily until the return day
as provided by tho Statute, and to givo
nonce nereoi to all orsoiiH in gonoral
who have or nretond to havo any right,
title or Interest in tho said stoamslilp or
property to bo and appear boforo tho
Court, on SATUKDAY, tho SUM day of
September, A. I) 1808, at TO o'clock In
the foronoon, at tho Judiciary lluildlng,
at Honolulu, thon and there to show
cause If any tboy havo why tho prayor
of said llbol or procoss as prayod for
should not bo granted ami what you
shall do in the promises do you thon anil
there make return thereof togotbor with
Wltnoss tho Honorablo A. 1'orry, First
.ludgo of tbo Circuit Court of tho
First Circuit at Honolulu, H. I ,
this 14th day of ftoptombor, A. I).
I HANSON KKLLKT, Jit ,
In pursuance of tbo within Ordor of
Court, tho Steamship "City of Colum
bia," togotbor with her tackle, engine,
bollor and apparol, has boon attached,
and all persons Interested In tho aliove
proceedings aro horoby notified to lo
and appear boforo tho Circuit Court of
tho First Circuit, Judiciary lluildlng, on
tho 24th day of Soptolllbor, A. 180S,
at 10 o'clock in tbo foronoon of said day,
to show caiiso, If any tlioy havo, why the
prayor 01 1110 auovo siaiou llliel should
not bo granted according to tho Laws
ami Matuto m such caso inailo and pro.
vmuu, a ji JJltuwN,
Marshal, Republic of Hawaii.
Honolulu, O.iliu, Soptoinlier 14, 1898
If you wont a uico Rubber tiro
back with a careful driver ring up
Club Stable Hack Stand Tol. 31'J,
and wo guarantee you -will bo
Of Los Angeles, Cal., has located in
Honolulu, on Fort street, opposite tho
"Klro House." Diseases diagnosed.
No questions asked ; no medicine.
Consultation free. A brief history of
undent and modern heullng given to
callers, or sent free to any address.
Tor dJltlonl Shipping Nw$ see seventh page.
Dlnniontl Head Signal Station, Sent
22, 1 pin Weather cloudy, wind light
Weather Ilureiiu, Punahou, Sept 22.
Temperature Morning; minimum,
72; Midday maximum, 82.
Barometer, 0 u m, ISO. II. Rainfall,
.1. nil L.nllr.u
iiu, ou mtiiv:.-..
Humidity fro pur cent
"Wednesday, Sept 21.
Stmr Walaleale, Mosher, from
Thursday, Sept 22.
Stmr "Walaleale, Mosher, for Kahu
HKAS1I In this city Sunday, Sept.
18, 1898, to tho wife of Win.
llrnsh, a daughter.
IIKO CltOSS WOHKKIIN.
Will UliienB Drink
nml Pond to
Tho mass mooting of tbo lied
CrosB Society in tho Y. M. 0. A.
building yostorday was vory well
attended. Mrs. II. M. Sowall pro
sided. The object wan to establish
tents at Camps McKinloy and Otis
for distributing light drinks and
desirnblo food for slightly ill sol
diors. It was docidod that tbo
work should begin today. Tho
hours will bo from 9 to 12 every
day. Tho following Indies, euffi
ciout for n week's work, volunteer
od at onco:
Today: Camp MoKinley Mrs.
A. Fuller and Mrs. E. V. Jordan.
Camp Otis Mrs. II. M. Sewall,
Mrs. F. M. Hatch nud Miss Kauf
mann. Friday: Camp McKinloy Mrs.
L. T. Konnko and Mrs. 0. N. Ar
uold. Camp Otis Mrs. J. A. Gil
man, Mrs. Laura Wight and Miss
Saturday: Camp McKinloy
Mrs. Gerrit P. Wilder nnd Mrs. E.
D. Tonney. Camp Otis Mrs.
Robert Lowers anil Mis. V. L
Sunday: Camp McKinley
Monday: Camp McKinley
Mrs. A. B. "Wood and Mrs. Q. H.
lierroy. Camp Otis Mrs. H. E.
Waity and Mrs. Forbes.
Tuesday: Camp McKinley
Mrs. J. Lucas and Mrs. W. M.
Graham. Camp Otis Mrs. Nic
kelsou and Mrs. Keuake.
Wednesday: Camp McKiuley
Miss Judd and Mrs. Laura Wight.
Camp Otis Miss Campbell.
It was a fow dayB ago H. F.
Wiohman tho jowoler found that
ho had boon systematically robbed
by sotno one. Ho became suspi
cious of Ah Hoy, who, until
yesterday, was employed in tho
store doing work hore and there.
Last ovoniug Deputy Marshal
Ohillingworth was soon about tho
matter. Mr. Wichman stated that
ho had ob'aiuod a part confession
from tho boy. Mr. Ohillingworth
sot to work on tho case and
searched Ah Hoy's rooms where
bo found threo or four dozon
spoons, pocket books, cuff buttons,
Hawaiian coins and other things.
This morning, Ah Hoy was
locked up and it was not long bo
foro Deputy Marshal Hitchcock
had quite a lot of information out
Ho was taken to tho promisos
of a young lady to whom ho bad
boon paying attention and thoro
Detective Kaapa had handed over
to him threo Quo rings, two of
which wore Bot with diamonds.
From tho appearanco of things
Ah Hoy has been systematically
robbing Wiohmnu's jowolry storo.
Charter of Krn.
Ewa Plantation Co.'s chartor
authorizes a capital stock of $500,
000 with power to inoreaso it to
2,000,000. Tho maximum in
creaso was roachod by tho compa
ny a fow months ago. Later, an
application was made to tho Gov
ernment for an amondmont of tbo
charter permitting an increase of
tho Btock to 5,000,000. It had
not been determined, howovor, to
increase tbo capitalization to that
maximum, forthwith, if tho appli
cation wore grantod. Tho Gov
ernment has refused to grnnt tho
application, signifying at tho
samo tima its willingness for al
lowing an increaso to 3,000,000.
As yot tho directors havo not dis
cussed tho reply of tho Govern-
mont, and nothing can bo said
about tuo mattor until tboy havo
takou it into consideration.
Meohanios' Homo, oorner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, week or month. TormB: 25
and 60 cents per night. $1, and
$1.25 por weok.
GARRISON LIFE AT CAYITE
Soldier Boys Enjoy Outings In the
Natlies Work for Little Honey But Have to be
Watched Rain Brings Relief from Drills
Among the Ruins.
A lettor dated August 3, received
by W. C. Konnko from F. F. Put
nam, one of tho Oregon boys nl
Manila gives sotno littlo inoidouts
of lamp lifo and duty as follows:
" Tho China arrived horo ou
July 25 with letters and papers
which wo all woro vory glad to ro
coivo. Wo aro still at the Arsenal
at Cavito and aro likely to stay
here until the ongngomeut com
mences. Cavito is about 20 milos
f:om Manila by laud and about
flvo by water.
" I bad a very nico timo yostor
day. A couple of tbo boys and I
hired threo natives nud a boat and
took a trip around tbo bay. First
wo landed at tbo fort Dewey first
flattened and to toll the truth he
did flatten it. Tho walls are about
8 foot thick and woro knocked all
in a heap. Thero aro only two guns
at this tort; thov aro of tho mo
dern disappearing kind. Ono of
inoso was nit and sninsueu an to
pieces and tho carriage of tho
othor was carried away by a shot
from tbo Amorican fleet.
Wo visited all tho sunken war
ships and took a relic from each.
lbero were eleven sunk and two
captured, ono being used by Do-
wey. 1 wo of tho sunken ones can
bo raised and used again. Thoy
all show that tho SpauiBh tried
tboir best to sink their boats so
they would not fall into tho hands
of tbo Yankees. Evory porthole,
batch and valvo was open, ihey
all show that tboy wore on fire
and most of them are a huge mass
of iron and charred timbors.
"Wo paid tbo natives ono dollar
in their money foi. five hours'
work. Not too much, do you
"The natives hero are ao much
different from tho ones in Hono
lulu as day and night. Tboy mv
dishonest and sneaking. When
wo wero in Honolulu wo could
sond a native out to gat us somo
fruit or anything in fact and feel
euro that ho would return. It is
not so hero. Wo cannot trust
thorn out of our sight.
'Wo havo been having a great
deal of rain for tho laBt threo or
four days and wo have had only
ono drill in throo days.
"Just think of ohoating Undo
Sam out of five hours' drill in
that timo. Sunday ovoning tho
boys across tbo bay had a very
lively Dalit. Tho British Admiral
oetinmtes that tho Spanish loss is
over 300 killed and 1000 wounded.
On tho Amorican sido 8 woro
killed and 4-1 woundod.
"Monday ono Colorado man
was killed in the tronches. His
namo was Fred. Springstead of
Co. E. He put his head abovo
the trenches ana received a ball
in tho forehead.
"Undor. arrangements mado
with tho Spanish, Father Dough-
orty and Father McKinnon, chap
lain 1st Cal. Vol , unaccompauiod,
today procoeded to tho Spanish
linos and wero fired upon but
continued and gained tho lines.
"ihoro aro rumors that our
battalion is to stay horo at Ga
vite and do garrison duty.
Street sales wero reported on
'change this moruiug as follows:
10 shares Ewa S2-10, 15 shares
Hawaiian sugar SUO. Oahu as
sessable opouQd at Sl-10 and went
to S137 with 135 bid. Sum of
3G5 is asked for Honokna. Wai
raanalo was offered nt S190 with
nobiddors. A dividend of 5 per
cent on Kipahulu stock, payablo
today, was reported.
Will ho received at olllco of tho Min
ister of tbo Intorlor till 12 o'clock noon
of Thursday, Septombor 29th, for tbo
construction of an awning on Honolulu
Plans and specifications nt olllce of
.Superintendent of Public Works.
The Mlnlstor (loos not bind himself to
accept the lowost or any bid.
JA8. A. KINO,
Minister of tbo Intorlor.
Sept. 22, lbUS. 1022.1-t
came verg Near Dying
Mood Dad ; Abscesses Formed ; Health Gone.
We arc Rind to publish the tr-stlmonlnl of
Mlsi AnnlB Hnook of Auckland, New Zea
Mini, who sullercil Intensely tor years, ami
wlm w.-m quickly cured when sheobUUieU
Ihu right remedy.
"I was a strnnR, healthy woman nntlt
nlmutflMj years nno, iid wlillo IUIiik In Kiir
l.itul was recovuiliiK from an attack of
measles. I tiok a chill, had a rclanse and
chiiiu very near dylnc. My blood was left la
a very h.id stuto, abscesses formed on my
liody.l was confined to my bed two-thirds o(
tin! time At times I was unablo to more.
f l years I failed to obtain any relief,
no finally I was advised to eomo to new Zea
land. After coming licro I remained about
thp same, tryliiR many remedies without ob
taining any benefit. About a year nro alter
rending one of jour advertisements I determ
ined to try
Very soon after using It tho abscesses begins
to he.ll nnd Itiv ironoml ln-.-.ltli vnrv trri-ittlv
Improved. I followed up tho treatment nml
am now as strong as ever, I cannot ton
highly recommend Aycr's Sarsaparilla as a
blood purifier nnd tonic."
Por constipation tnko Pr. Ayer'i 1111. They
rnmptly relievo nnd unruly euro. Tako then,
lib lir. Ayer'j riarsainrllla t ono alda tho other.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.,
Solo Agonls for tbo llopubllo of nawali.
SATUKDAY, Sept. 2-1, '98
AJ la O'CLOCK JfOOX,
ul of"!? r f ,J; M-,,'w.. ndminlstru.
tor of tbo ostiito of J. i. Dowsott, I will
soil bv mibl nniiiti.... . i. '
Q., -. . --.., ,.v in, Kiiusrooins,
noon street, '
3 La rye Ha wa iia n Ca noes.
J-orfiirthor particulars IiimuIm of
J AS. F. MORGAN,
Hawaiian Opera House.
To-night ! (
TIIIIID AI'I'EAltANCK OK
AN ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAM.
The Screaming Farco ConioUy,
Reserved seats on sale at Wall,
Nichols & Co.'s. 1022-.1t
PROF. FRANK W. JACOBS.
Cultivation of the Voice
Residence and Studio,
Emma Street, opp. Higli School Bniiflins.
Telephone 1)98. 1022
Kninoliainolia Lodgo of I'orfoctlou,
No. l.A.AA. S. It., will bold a Kelt
ular Mooting at 7:30 o'clock THIS
(Thursday) EVENING, at Masonic
Temple. C. L. GltAJIItE,
Wanted, 500 Men
Shaved for 15 Cents.
At 010K I'ort stroot, opposite the Club
II. JEITS, 1'ropilotor.