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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SEPTEMBER 23, 1898.
y JUST ARRIVED :
1 Chamber Suites,
! . Wardrobes,
! China Closets,
? Extension Tables,
Library ad Parlor Tables
2 Chairs, Etc
J ORDIAY & PORTER
f Waverley Blooifc
& BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS.
CARTRIDGES TO BURN !
And want you to liolp burn thoni. If you have not
got, :i rillo or sliot-j?un to burn them in, avo can furnish you
tho required articles in that line, also. Wo have a tine
stock of sumkolusN and black powder shot-gun cartridges ;
also powder, shot, shells, wads, and loading tools for those
who wihh to load their own ammunition.
Shot-guns, Ititles, Revolvers, Air-guns, &., &c.
1 0. HALL & SON, Limited
Corner "Fort and King: Streets.
s o n xj nxr a. isr s
Carriage and Harness Repository
t&Tsland orders promptly filled.
B I IC M
We have just received
handsome IMPERIAL, JR., WHEELS.
The strongest and lightest running child's bicycle
PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 FORT ST. Telephone 565.
Are unequalled for resilience and
durability. We utilize all the
latest Improvements, besides spe
cial devices of our own. Kndleas
wires located within the rubber at
high tension securely hold the rub
ber in the channel.
.Four BTitKirr, aiiovk Ci.un Staiii.i:s,
Mi M W
another shipment of those m
Is the characteristic of Hood's Saraap-
rills, and It Is manifested every day In tho
remarkable cures this medicine accom
plishes. Druggists say: When wo sell a
bottlo of Hood's Sarsaparilla to a now
customer wo aro sure to see him back In a
few weeks after more proving that tho
good rosults from a trial bottlo warrant
continuing Its use. This positive merit
possesses by virtue of tho Peculiar Com
bination, Proportion and Process used In I
Its preparation, and by wmen an tne
remedial value of tho Ingredients used
is retained. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is thus
Peculiar to Itself and absolutely un
equalled In Its powers as n blood purifier,
and as a tonic for building up tho weak
and weary, and (riving strength to the
ncrvci. He suro to get
Sold by nil druggists, fl; six for 5. Pre
pared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Apothe
caries, Lowell, Mass.
M,I, Dills arc tlie only pllh to take
nOOU S 1 lUS , Hood'saars.-iparllla.
I?OR SALI -Twn desirable HLACII LOTS at
I1 Carlola Park, Walklkl Appl at once, Bulle
I OST-A IIHrsS COAT In JrMnc from Tort
I J la Hotel anJ Alaki i streets to King street near
Pumlil'owl SultiMe reujrJ to linJer on leaving
coat at Hulletln oflice fojj-2t
T ANTI I) -I lll first-class WAITLHS on SAT
II I KI1AY Ktctntam ani i p m. Arrl to
J V CHAPMAN, Union Cupress Co., 86 King
TANTI P To exchange n nice lot In Oakland
M Califoinli, for a lot here or for sugar stovk
Address llullttln oflice ion-it
W ANTLI) -Vieral JEWTLEUS.at once Steady
II oilt Workmen brought up here preferred
ioii-11 II r. WICIIMAN
TANTLD Experienced Bookkeeper and Cashier
Appi) sitting saiar, experience, and age, In
cnnhJenu-hi RLTAIL. Hulletln othce.
ORDER OF COURT.
ll IMMII' OAlIf, IIomii.i i.ir j NS
To the Marshal of the Hawaiian Isl
ands or his Deputy: (Jreotilig:
Whoteas a llbul lias boon lllotl In tho
Circuit Court of the Tlrst Circuit In
Admiralty, by I! II Colegroo, of said
Honolulu, against the American steam
ship "City of Columbia," hor tackle,
engines, boilers and apparels, the said
essolnow lwing In tho port of Hono
lulu, Island of Oaliu, anil within tho
jurisdiction of this Houorablo Court,
mid ngiln-t nil poison Intervened for
their Intorosts therein, In eauso of con
tract cl II and iiiarltlnio for broach of an
agreement as sot out in tho libel on illn
in this Court and for tho recovery of
danuigos for breach of said contract and
agreement and praying for an attach
mont to Issuo against tho salt steamship
"City of Columbia," hor tackles, ou
tdoes, boilers and apparols, and that a
Judgment may bo outorcd and decroo
made for tho sum of Two Thousand
Dollars and costs for tho broach of wild
contract ami agroownt.
Now, tboroforo, you aro hereby com
manded to attach the said steamship
"City of Columbia" hor tackle, engines,
boilorand apparel and dotuiii ill" same
In your custody mid until tho further;
order of this Court respecting the same
by publication dally until tho return day
as provided by the Statute, and to give
notice hereof to all persons in goneral
ho ha o or nrcteutl to have any right,
titlo or Intorost In the said steamship or
property to ho and uppear beforo tho
Court, on SATUHDAY, tho 24th day of
September, A. I). 1808, at 10 o'clock In
the forenoon, ut tho Judiciary Building,
at Honolulu, thou and thoro to show
cause If any thoy havo wiiy tho pruyor
of saitl llbol or procoss as pravod for
should not ho granted and bat you
shall do lntho promises do you then and
there mako return thereof togothor lth
Witnoss tho Honorable A. l'orry, I'lrst
Judge of tho Circuit Court of tho
First Circuit at Honolulu, H. I ,
this l4tli day of Septombor, A. I)
1'. HANSON KKMiKT, Jit ,
In pursuance of thu within Order of
Court, tho Stoamshlp "City of Colum
bia," togothor with her tackle, engine,
boilorand apparol, 1ms boon attached,
and all persons Interested in thoaboxo
proceedings aro horohy notlflod to bo
and appear boforo tho Circuit Court of
the l'irst Circuit, Judiciary Iluildlng, on
tho 2 Itli day of Soptolllbor, A I) 18(18,
ut 10 o'clock in tho'foronoon of said day,
in snow cause, u any inoy iiuno, wny tno
prajorof tho abovo stated llbol should
not bo gruntod according to tho Laws
aim statute in sucli caso made and pro
vided, A M IMOWX,
Marshal, Hopubllo of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Oabu, .September 14, 1808
Wheels rented ; J. Richardson,
If you wont a nico Rubber tiro
hack with a caroful driver ring up
Club Stablo Haok Stand Tol. 31'J,
and wo guaranteo you will be
Of Los Angeles, Cal., has located in
Honolulu, on Fort street, opposite the
"Fire House." Diseases diagnosed.
No iiuuhUoiih asked ; no medlolne.
Consultation free. A brief history of
ancient und modern healing given to
callers, or sent free to any address.
For aJJItlonal Shipping New we savtntfi page.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Sopt
23, 1 pin Weather clear, wind fresh
N. K. '
Weather Hureau, Piinnliou, Sept 23.
Temtieraturo Morning minimum,
74; Midday maximum, 83.
Barometer, !) n m, 30.13. Itallifiill,
do, .05 in.
Humidity 59 per cent
Thursday, Sept 22.
Stmr .1 A Cummins, Searle, from
O & O S S Gaolle, Finch, fro'ni
China and Japan.
Stmr Kenulioti, Thompson, from
Friday, Sept 23.
Am bgtne W G Irwin, Williams,
from San Francisco. W O Irwin &
Stmr James Makee, Tullett, from
Thursday, Sept 22.
Colusa, Ewnrt, for Che-
Stmr J A Cummins, Searle, for
Stmr Ujiolu, Hennlngseii, for Ko-
liala anil Kona.
Stmr James Makee, Tullett, for
Kapaa, at I p in.
Stmr Keauhou. Thompson, for Ho
nokaa ami Kukulliaele, at.l p. in.
O & O S S Gaolle, Finch, for San
Francisco, ato p. in.
Tho American biig W. G.
Irwin, Williams master, nrrived
in port find hnulod nlongsido
.kllon & llobinsou's wharf early
Hub niominc, having raado the
trip from San Finucieco in 16
days. Slio lias COO tons of gener
al luprchitiuliue, among tho priu-
ipal importation of which are
tho following: 5910 gals wiue.f,clo, of slx woMUt omllng March
248 cs paints and oils, 17 cs boots
aud rIiocs, 200 kegs lend, 18 cs
cinned goods, 10 cs chanipucnp,
33 cs whisky, 150 csks beer, 20 bxs
fresh fruits, 2 a bats nnd caps.
22 cs hardware, 17,2U0 lbs aud 27
cs manufactured tobacco, 500 lbn
butter, 5 bbls salmon, 300 lbs
lard, 7 cs scrip, 35 cs dry good?, 28
bars steel, 87 pkgs machinery,
225 lbs aud 30 bxs dried fruit, 2
coils ropo, 50 cs drugs.
From Kapaa, per stmr James
Makoe, Sept 23 Mr iud Mrs H
A lsouberr, Mrs D Oxloy, H E
Cooper and 5 ou deck.
From San Francisco, por brctno
W. G. Irwin, Spt 2IJ-J W Catu
cart, Mrs C r iJh--ifer, B Fern
back, M P Sbunk, H W Ensign,
J V Koelfog, F A Perry and Alex
Ilookvil to hruve.
The following pnsseneers havo
been booked to sail for San Fran
cisco on the Gaelic this afternoon:
Senator (Jullom, Mrs Gollum,
MrB Ridroloy, Mr Hitt, George
Morgan, Senator Morgan, Mr 8M
JJallou, Mr Ray, Mr Blumeuborg,
Mr Ridgewny, Mr Hayes, Mr Ber
ry, T KM L Farquhar, M fly
man, 0 G Fallis, Mr and Mrs Os
car Herold, G Schuman, Mr and
Mrs A S Lo Baron Gurnov. R N
Truman, Mrs Dr Lung, Mr and
Mrs (Joleman, JMraucl Mrs JN (J
Palmer and 2 ohildron, A Boar
wald, M BorBteim, W T Coburn,
EI Frioilmann, wifo and 2 child
ron, W Schmidt, D Horsou and
wife, Louis Warren.
Hull Cloae Call.
Corporal Duncan Chisholm
writes from Manila, August 18, to
bis uaole, Alex. Chisholm, the
harness maker. He was in the
fight at the capture of Manila and
escaped without a scratch although
having many close calls. Other
particulars ho gives have boon
anticipated by newspaper dis
patohes. . m
With Open Doors.
Deputy Marnhul Chillingworth
arrested, at about 5pm yesterday,
threo Chinese cho fa bankers. The
houso in whioh they woro carry
ing on their nefarious business
was wide open, and thero was no
attempt at concealment. Tho men
did not remain in jail long. They
were roloased on $500 bonds.
A meeting of the Y. H. I. was
hold in Foster hall last ovoniug.
Several amendments to tho consti
tution were raado, tbo mostirapor
tint boiug an incroaseof tho initia
tion foe from 82 toSlO. This was
done so that a surplus sick benefit
fund might bo formed. The sum
of 87 a week will be allowod, for
ten weeks if necessary.
"The Kash," tho leading oloth
ing and gonta' furnishing goods'
storo on Hotel street, believes in
expansion. It recently enlarged
its storo on account of groat in
oroaso in businoes. loday it
takes advantago of tho Bulletin's
valuable columns to learnedly tell
about "Triio Economy."
essay worth roadiug.
KICKS ANU CAUKSSKH. MM
Honil Nnptnlmr CnmnilK OmU Ills
Knlihi pooplo aro mad at Rond
Supervisor Cnmmings. They say
ho promised long ago to metal
Beckley avonuo, but after hauling
material for tho purpose thero
hauled it away again some say
to Manoa. Now ho has coarse
stone piled along tho thorough
fare,, covering a third of its width,
which ho does not mark with
beacon lamps at night, accordiug
to statute made and provided. At
tho same timo Mr. Cummings
makes no sign of using tho stouo.
There are about sovontoon families
living in tho nvouuo.
lwilei people aro throwing boa
rjuets at tho Road Suporvisor. Ho
is puttiog their road (romtho rail
road to tho slaughter house in
Madame Lb Vauway and Mrs
D. E. Chambers have removed
their gowning pirlors from tho
Arlington parlors lo 73 Berotania
Tenders For .Beef .Cattle.
Tenders will bo roeolvod at tho olllco
of the Hoard of Health up to 3 o'clock,
Wednesday afternoon, Oct. (5, 18U8,
for supplying the I.opor .Settloment,
Molokal, with IJoef Cattle for tle
.11, l&fK, undor the following condl
1. Tho contractor ' to supply Kut
licof Cattlo lo weigh not less than SSI)
lbs. net whon dressed.
1! Cattle to bo dellvorod in lots
specified by tho Superintendent of the
Loper Settlement, and to average from
70 to !0 bonds por month, ntoro or less.
3. Cattle dying within '11 hours aft
ordolUory, from Injury or othor causes
sustained provious to delivery to bo tho
4 Cattlo lujurod when dellvorod
and killed for that reason to bo paid
for at 25 per cent, loss than the con
The tcudor must Ihi for tho price por
pound dressod .
littles, tallow and ollul to bo the
property of tho Hoard.
Tho Hoard of health does not bind
Itself to accopt the lowest or any bill.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
I'rosldout of the Board of Health.
Honolulu, Sept. !!3.18!W.
Will bo received at olllco of tho Min
ister of the Iutorlor till 12 o'clock noon
of Thursday, Septomber 29th, for tho
construction of all awning ou Honolulu
Plans and specifications at oflice of
Superintendent of Public Works.
Tho Minister does not bind hlinsolf to
accopt the lowost or any Ijld.
JAS. A. KINO,
Minister of tho Iutorlor.
Sept. 22, 1898. 1022.1-t
Desiring latest Parisian Ideas
In GOWNING will bo ploasod to plueo
tholr orders with us. Perfect fitting,
light and comfortublo, sultod to tho In
dividual woaror. Skotchos and samples
furnished aud guaranteed a porfoct fit
without personal Intorview.
73 Bcrctania Street,
Directly back of Hawaiian Hotel.
MADAMK IiK VAN WAY, of S. V.
MRS. D. i:. CHAMMUIS, of N. Y.
SATURDAY, Sopt. 2
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
llyordorof J. M. Dowsott, administra
tor of tho estato of J. I. Dowsott, I will
soil by public auetIou,'at my salesrooms,
3 Large Hawaiian Canoes,
For furthor particulars Infinite of
JAS. F. MORUAN,
PROF. FRANK W. JACOBS
Cultivation of the Voice
Ilesldeuce and Studio,
Emma Street, odd. HIgli School Bnilding.
Telephone UUS. 1022
Your heart beats over one hundred thou
sand times each day. One hundred thousand
supplies of good or bad blood to your brain.
If bad, impure blood, then your brain aches.
Ton aro troubled v. ith drowsiness yet cannot
sleep; yon are as tired In the morning as at
night; yon havo no nervo power; your food
does not seem to do you much good.
Stimulant, tonics, headache powders, can-i
not cure yon: but
will. It makes tho liver, kidneys, skin and
bowels perform their proper work. It re
moves all Impurities from the blood. And It
makes the blood rich in its life-giving prop
ertios. Tat MlloiiMieti lV Atkr's Pitts. Trier
rromptlr rellere and .urelj cure Take them i
nlth Ayer'a bariAparlltat one alda tho other.
Hollister Drue: Co., Ltd.,
Solo Agonts for tho Hopubllo of Hawaii.
COURT LUNALILO No. GUOO,
A. O. F.,
Meets everj- first nnd third Friday, at
IC of '. Hall. Fort slnw.i. a .,,,.ii,.i
Invitation Isextonded to visltlnir broth
ors. For order C. It.
w. a. Frerna,
Power of Attorney.
I'urliiKiiiy Hisoiicu from the IsUnds
Mr. Chtis. II. liuliimi will act with the
pti er of nttornoy.
Honolulu, Sept. 22, 18flS. 1023
Hawaiian Opera House.
EVERYTHING NEW !
Matlneo prleos, 60 and 25 conts.
No ltosorvod Soats.
Night prleos : ?1 , 75o ami 50c.
Reserved seats on sale at Wall,
Nichols & Co. 'a. 1022-at
Shares of Stock
On SATURDAY, Soi)t2i,'0S
At 12 o'clock noon, I 111 hUlI by public
auction, at my salesroom, (juoon street,
14 Shares 1. 1. S. N. Co.
10 Shares Paia Plantation Co.
-1 Shares Honolulu Soan Works.
1 ? Shares Woodlawn Fruit Co.
IAS. E. MOHGAN,
Wanted, 500 lleiT
TO OKT '
Shaved for 15 Cents
AtOlOJf Fort rtroot. oppdto ,h"ciS
II. JKFra, I'ronrlntnr.
Meohanioa' Homo, corner Hotel
andNunanu Btreets, lodfiinc bv
day, week or month. Tenna: 26
and CO conta per niKht. U, and
1.25 per week.