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THE EVENING xiULLETlN: HONOLULU, H. I., SEPTEMBER 23, 181)8.
ROAD 30 SJ
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The abovo Lots will be Sold on
VERY EASY TERMS.
Apply to W. G. ACHI & CO.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
.... IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN. . . .
Groceries, Provisions and Feed
New goods received by every packet from the States and Europe.
FRESH CALIFORNIA PRODUCE BY EVERY STEAMER.
All orders faithfully attended to, aud goods delivered
TO ANY PART OP THE CITY FREE.
Gonornl Agents for the Sanitarium brand of Health Foods.
Inland Orders Solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
East Corner Fort and King Sts.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
iMrOHTlIHH, AND W HO I.KH AI.K
Wine tti Liiir Bete
Agents (or the BottleJ Rainier Dr of Seattle.
No. 19 Nuuasi' STitttirr
Foster Block. Honolulu, IHwaiian Islands.
P. O. Box 137. Mutual Telerliine loS.
Drink Hop Beer!
THE MOST DELIGHTFUL
TEMPERANCE BEVERAGE !
Depot, 536 Queen St.
Fainlllos suppllod at SI lor Ant. iuarts.
It can bo obtained In all of Its ord
inal purity from tlto original llroliatn.
This justly famod boor Is particularly
adnptod for tlto ellmato of Honolulu.
BeSuFamlty tr.tdo a specialty.
Dopot 17 Konla street.
T. O. liox 185.
Acloso rosiimbliinro to lteor,
Front Kontlsli Hops. NON-ALCOHOLIC.
" An admirable Imitation." London
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS.
Tolephono 032. 0U
to -n "
8 CO 3
P. O. Box 145
W. G. Irwin & Go.
Western Sugar Refinory Oo. of Ban
Baldwin Locomotive Works of PhUa
delphia, Putin.. D. S. A.
Howell Univonrol Mill Co. (National
Oano 8hredder), New York, U. 8. A.
N.Oblandt & Oo's Chemical Fertilizers.
Alex Cross & Sons, high grade fertil
izers for Cane and Coffee-.
Reods Steam Pipe Covering
Offer for Sale
Farafflno Paint Co's P & B Paints and
Papers; Lncol and Linsood oils, raw
Indurine, (a cold water point) in white
Filter Press Cloths, Cement. Lime and
The . . .
Cor. Alakea & Holokanwlla Sts,
Has a largo assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hand,
Estimates givon for house wir
ing and Eloctrioal plants.
Marino Wiring a specialty.
SOLDIERS OF THE SIXTIES.
Continued from first page.
Before it started there was an out-
ry that their ships' armor was no
good. Tho poor old Texas was
ridiculed as ouly a subject for tlio
dry dock, but she hud now put a
goon mimy vessels in neea or. ury
docking. ( Laughter. ) On tho
navy in the future would devolvo
moro importance than lmd duvolv
ed on it iu the past. While now
countrios gained would havo to bo
garrisoned they would also ro
quiro a uavy to protect thorn. Ho
Had tolt it uuiortuuato that ho
had not boon in tho Navy in this
war instoad of fighting in Hono
"The Grand Army of tho Re
public" was coupled with "ono of
tho youngest and most diminutive
Colonel Gilbert F. Littlo of
Hilo, with that facetious intro
duction, raised his stalwart form.
Tho first duty of a soldior ho said
was to obey ordors and that was
a'l ho was doing. His first in
timation of tins order was but a
moment ago. Thirty years ago
they were taught a lesson.
They wore not ashamed to bo rec
koned among the members of the
G. A. R That night for the first
time in tho history of tho United
States, tho first timo in tho history
of the G. A. R., they had assem
bled under their llag on soil not
at that formor time under tho SUrs
and Stripes, tho flag which at
that timo nearly went into tho
dust. Fraud of boing comrades,
they woro proud of tho mou com
posinc tho Army of tho United
States today. The spitit of tho
sixties hail expanded until every
man, every boy, was a credit to
tho Nation a hero in ovory posi
tion whoroin ho was placed . Tho
war of tho Revolution produced
cortain results. Tho war of tho
'12 didtho samo. Tho war of tho
Robollion had something more
peculiar in it than tlio others. It
was to comont, to build up, to
strongtnon what was created hy
tho war of Indopondouco. Heuce,
as wo walk along, under tho
chances and mutations of time,
tho G. A. It. will bo one of tho
milcposts, one of the incident, in
a country the brightost, tho best,
tho grandest that ovor has beou or
that will bo until Gabriel blows
his last trumpet. Wo are glad to
welcomo you hero today, to bid
you godspeod in tho work which
you are called to perform. Ho
agreed with tho Now Yorkor who
had spokon, that not a
foot of land, not n drop of
wator, which had been captured
should evor be givon up, It is
the hopo of every G. A. It. man
horo, tho spoakor conoludod, that
nftor you havo boon mustered out
you will havo tho same pleasaut
feelings iu duties performed aud
in gonorous conduct toward con
quered foes as havo inspired every
mombor of tho Graud Army of
Major (Jhaso wns called up by
Captain Hitchcock as beine one
who had worn tho bluo in two
wars. That contloman quoted tho
order of Gonornl Grant "Move
on the works." In coming there
he had Bimply obeyed that ordor.
Whon ho looked back on tho times
of 'Gl to '05, and then on tho pre-
sout timo, ho saw very muoh simi
larity. in tuoso duys you and 1
wore somewhat youugor than wo
aro today. You remembor whon
tho tocsin of war sounded how
every man sprang to arms. You
will roraombor tho privations and
sufferings nndergono. In the
last tow months that same comli
tion has boon soen in Culm. Tho
spirit of tho siro hns roippmrod
in tho son. That spirit wus shown
at San Juan. 'I li siatemoni mudo
about cowards i true. It in not in
tho air, not in the nun, in which an
Amoricau i burn to be a coward.
Yot tho first lime a man is under
tiro ho wan's to bo homo in his
mothor's arms. I would havo run
away myself only I wis afraid of
boiug called a coward. Rut when
ever a man gets into notion that
feeling loaves him. Whon that
flag is soon waving ovorhead all
fear departs. It was tho last
thought I had six months ago that
I would bo at a campiiro six
thousand milos from my homo
touight. Tho speaker said tho
first ho heard of this Post was in
San Francisco, and then ho know
ho would moot friends hero, which
had proved so. Whon Grund
Array mon mot thoro was a feel
iuu of comradoship, of friendship,
of lovo, which could not bo nx-
proB6od. Thoir havinc marched
together, whilo othor comrades
foil by their side, was given elo
quently as tho reason for such in-
tonso fraternity. Major Chase
olosod with this most important
suggestion: "You know and I
know that our mombors are rapid
ly thinning out. As the yoars go
on wo havo to go tho way of all
flesh. Why should not tho young
men who havo taken part in this
war become mombers ? Havo tho
Continued on Sixth Page.
The pain of a burn or scald is
almost instantly rolioved by ap
plying Ohamberlaiu's Pain Balm.
It also bonis tho injured parts
moro quickly than any other treat
ment, and without tho burn iB very
sevoro does not lenvo a scar. For
solo by all doalors, Benson, Smith
A Co.. General Aconts. f
the Lntt Cnr,
The Inst cnr nf tlm Kinr. dIma(
lino going to Waikiki and I'alaraa
naes tho Anchor Snlnnn. Tim
clevorost mixologists iu tho city
aro mere always to put you up
anything you may do-dre. Drop
in and tako a drop boforoyou tako
tho car. Tho celebrated Soattlo
boor is to bo had horo on draught.
A full liuo of liquors includmg
John Dewar's Scotch, O. P. S.,
otc, always on hand. Tho most
oxaotiug and varied demands can
bosatisGod. Tho Anchor Saloon
is here to pleaso its patrons.
William A. Henshal,
A.ttorney at Law
113 Kaahnmann Street Tolo. G03.
W. S. EDINGS,
Counsel loi at Law.
Corner Hethol anil King 8treets,
Honolulu, H. I.
CHARLES F. PETERSON
Attorney at Law and
HUMPHREYS & GEAR,
Attorneys at Law.
'oruer of King ami lii-thel Streets,
GILBERT F. LITTLE,
itTORNEY AT LAW.
John D. Willard,
ATTOKNEY - AT - LAW.
In PaulNoitniann'sonico,31 1 Morcliant
wtreot, Honolulu. njio
Counsellor at Law,
121 Morcliant Stroot (upstairs),
Honolulu, H. I.
DR. C. L. GARVIN
Ofllco: 537 Ki.Nfi SniKi.T, near Punch
bowl, Honolulu, II. I.
tixih'iionm: No. us
Hours: 8:30 to 11 a. in.; 3 to Op. in.;
7 to a p. in.
Mrs. Savant-Jerome, M. D.
once Progress Block, Cor. Fort & Beretauia Sts.
Hours (1-12 a.m., uutl 1-3 p.m.
Evening hours by appointment only
Special studies made of Pliyslatrics and Gletetles
lies. 518 Fort St. Cor. Chaplain St.
Resilience Tel. 458.
A GOOD THING
Ohia, Algeroba and Pine Firewood
Cat and Split (ready for tho Stove),
STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COAL
WHITE AND BLACK SAND
At Lowest Prices, delivered to any part of
VICIHC PHONIC t i I 1
HUSTA.CE & CO.,
31 Queen Street.
At a meetltiK of tlio Stockholders of
the OOKALA SUOAIt PLANTATION
COMPANY, held this day, the follow
IllB wore olo ted to serve as DlroctoiNi
W. O. Irwin, lii.
Cecil I!rowi, Km(.
Frank Ilustaco, Knj.
Dr. It. McKlbhln.
Soerolary Ookttla Sugar Plantation Co,
Honolulu, Sopt. 21, lb9S. lOil-IIt
Real Estate and Insurance.
Real Estate Broker.
209 Merchant Street.
12 Chinose Qranito Hitching Posts; $t
A furnished or unfurnished houte,
at No, 1211 Beretauia street.
Also, nil 8 room uufurnii-hvd Iiouhc
with all modern Improvements, on
Real Estate Transactions.
tinbsoribers are furnished with from Dvt
to six lists per week, giving an aoenratt
reoord of all deeds, mortgages, leases, re
leases, powers ot attorney, etc, etc, which
;ire piacea on rccuru.
Subscription Price, $2.00 per Month,
A. V. GEAR,
210 King fit. flonolnln.
Boardman & Masuda
Houses for Rent.
Real Estate Agents.
Ilrokers In Japanese Goods.
Legnl and other documents trans
lated Into any language.
Agents for Japan Emigration Company,
U. $. ditffjOiT Hottfe Bfolpg.
Room No. 1, Spreckcls Ulock. Tele
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
tSr We will Buy or Sell Ileal Estate in
dl parts of tho group.
CiT We will Sell Properties on Keason
ible Commissions i
OFFICE. 10 West King Street
tJJjJ.AJAJ4 A ... J. .
LiIIfK and FIRE
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
tna Fire Insurance Company
J. S. WALKER,
GiNEitiL Agent ron IUwiiiin Islands.
Royal Insurance Company.
Alliance ABsnranoe Company.
Alllanoe Marine and Goneral Assurance
I'nolllo Mutual Life Inturanco Com
pany of California.
Wilhelma of Madgohnrg Insurance Com.
Scottish Union and National Insnranoe
Room 13 Bprcckela Block, Honolulu, II. I.
Bruce Waring & Co.
Lands for Sale.
Money t9 Loan on Mortgages.
WE ADD AGtNTS FOR
Svea Fire Insurance Co. of Gothenburg
American Fire Insurance Co. of Phila.
Room, t an S. Telephont 6,8.
L. O. ABLE3,
Rciil Estuto and Fiiiiinciiil
.iiG fort STitr.irr.
NOTARY PUBLIC anfl TYPEWR1TEB
Olllce: 20S Merchant street. Camp
boll Ulock, rear of J. 0. Carter's otlloe.
P.O. Box 101.
General Manager ot
The Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of the United States for the Hawaiian
Owe! Merohant street, Honolulu!
Acknowledgments to Instruments,
District of Kona, Oalut.
Al V. C Acid's (illlcoJfh.njjhtrjptnw
Real Estate and Insurance.
"WM. A., love;,
Stocks, Bonus ami Otiikii Six'unmKS.
Loans Negotiated. Itcal Mstato.
Honolulu, H, I.
There are 8 Good Residence
Lots on the Waikiki side of
Fort Street, for sale, about 70
feet above the east corner of
Fort andJVineyard Streets.
The lots are leveled and
ready to be built on at once.
The location is in a quiet
and respectable neighborhood
The prices are cheap and
The terms are very easy.
For further particulars apply
I. C. ACHI k GO,
Real Estate Brokers.
Lanai Sugar Co.
The SlTMSCRIPTiON LIST for the
ttliovu Plantation Is now opou at my
The proipL-ettiH iiiny he. had on ap
plication. HARRY ARMITAGB,
1000 Corner King and Itethol Bis.
The BUHSCRIPTION LIST of Ut
above Pltiiitntlon In now open and the
prospectus niuy be seen at my office.
Real Estate and Share Uro
DR. A LBERTJOHBS DERBY
CORNER FOUT AND HOTIIL 8T8
Tki.Rpiionks: Olllcu, ('.15; lUmldonoo,
789; H o uus: u n . iu. to 1 p. in.
New Love's liaildlng, Fort Htreeti
DR. P. E. CLARK,
13-14 Progress llloek, eornor Itorotanla
and FortKtroots, Honolulu.
DR. R. I. MOORE,
No. 210 Hotel htroid. Ttd phono o05.
HOl'ItS: 0 to 12 a. in. and 1 to I p. in.
Dlt. J. II. RAYMOND (rives notice
tiittt ho li.is resuiutid Ids practice, with
otllro on llorcuiuia street, uoar Rmtiui,
and has changed Ids olllco liotirs. ut fol
lows: t;00 tn 1 1:0(1 a.m., lttin to, 3:00
and T:t)0 t6 8:00. iW ' I000-ffi