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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., SEPTEMBER 21, 1898.
TypowriterS ! ! !
Yost and Densmore
FOR SALE BY
Headquarters for T. V. Supplies.
The Last Invoices of
I W. Sehmidl k Son's
Have arrived and are being
at the same
low prices and extra 10 per
cent, discount as former impor
tations. 8. l Sclimi & Sod's,
Kinir Street, Vcn Holt Block.
Just Like Gold Coin.
For more than fifty years
has PERRY DAVIS" PAIN
KILLER stood the test
against all remedies prepared
to eradicate pain, and today
stands at the head of tho list
Among the medicines that are
eo essential to keep at hand in
It is not a now fanlo remedy
nor do tho proprietors lay
claim to any wonderful revela
tion of the ingredients that en
ter into the manufacture of
this ever popular romedy.
It is p xfectly harmless, you
need have no fear of becoming
habitually inclined to its use.
For Colic, Cramps, Dysen
tery, Colds, and all painful
affections, a few doses will cer
tainly give rolief. You cannot
afford to bo without a bottle
in tho house.
Your forefathers used it
and found it beneficial.
Why experiment with some
remedy that is now and its effect
on tho system unknown?
It has many rivals but no
163?- Tho now 35c. size con
tains over double tho quantity
of the 25c. size.
Hoilister -:- Drug
Sole Agents (or the Islands.
Hawaiian fa Co., Lli
ULAU5 til'KKCKELS. Wit, U. lHWIN
Cl&n0 0pHBckel0 uo.
San Itandxo AgtnlTun Nevada Bank of
draw exci1anob on
San Francisco The Nevada Hank ol 8au
London The Uulon Bank of Loudon, Ltd.
Nbw York American ExcbanL'O National
CntOAOO Merchants National Bank.
Paris Comiitolr National d'Bscompt de
Berlin Drcsdncr Bank:
Uonokono and YOKOHAMA Honpltong A
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Adsthali a Bank ol New
ViCTOMtA and Vancouver Bank of British
rraHsact a General Baiting and Eichange Business
Dcuolsts Kccclvcd. Loans made on Ap
proved Security. Commirclal and Travelers
Urcdlts Issued. Bills of Exchange bought
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
BISHOP cSc CO.
Transact a General Banking
ind Kxchance Business.
Commercinl and Traveler's
Letters of Credit issued, avail
iblo in all tho principal cities
)t tho world.
Interest allowed aftor July
1, 1S!)S, on fixed deposits 3
months 3 per cent., G months
'.ik per cent., la mouths d
Tfje Voohama Specie Btm
Subscribed Capital Yen 12,000,000
Paid Dp Capital Yen 7,500,000
Reserve Fnnd Yen 6,464,600
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCHES AND AGENCIES.
Kobe, London, Lyons, New York,
ban (rancisco, Hnangnat,
Bombay, Hong Kong,
Transacts a Uenoral Banking and Ex
Ageney Yokohama Spotio Bank
New Republic Building, HI King SL, Honolulu
Pioneer Building and
Assets June 30, 1S98, $11,1,633.51.
Money Loaned on Approved Seourlty.
A Savings Bank for Monthly Deposits.
Boutin) Built on the Monthly Installment
Seventeenth Series of Stook now open.
roriurtner particulars apply to
A. V. GKAIi. Secretary.
Chamber of Commerce Kooiuh.
Office hours. 12:30 liSO 1M1. 373-tf
On Octohor 1, 189S, and continuing
until further liotleo, Suugs DopositN
ulll lio received nml interest allowed
by this Bank at four anil one-half jMr
cent poranuuiii. The tonus, rulort nml
legtllatlons of the Hawaiian rostul
Savings Hink will bo adopted us fur as
it Is practicable to apply tlioin, and the
Cash Rosono of $50,000 as roiiiiroil mi
dor tho Postal Ait w ill bo maintained.
Priutoil copies of tho Itules and Reg
ulations may boobtnluoil on tho 1st of
October on application.
BISHOP A CO.
Honolulu, Soptembor 7, 18U8.
OR. C. L GARVIN
Olllco: 537 Ki.no SniKi.-r, nour Puhcli
bowl, Honolulu, II. I.
TKUU'HONH No. 448
Hours: 8:30 to 11 a. in.; 3 to 5 p. m.j
7 to 8 p. in.
Mrs. Savant-Jerome, M. D.
office: Progress Block, Cor. Fort & Beretanla sis.
Hours 0-12 u.iu., anil 1-3 p.m.
Evening hour by appointment only.
Special studies made of Physlatrics aid Dietetics
Res. 54S Fort St. Cor. Cliapluln St.
Residence Tel. 4r8.
A GOOD THING
Ohia, Algeroba and Pine Firewooc
Oat and Split (ready for the Stove),
STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COAL
WHITE AMD BLACK BAND
At Lowest Prices, delivered to any part ot
VKWlPHObiB I I i 414
HUSTACE & CO.,
31 Queen Btreet.
W W W W W W
Nothing tnit tho bost can lntorost J
"r h, w hull luiylng, mid It should Ik ?
m with j on. 4.
Tho most attnictUo displays ocrj
L presented to the Island trade, nml I
Lout our establishment Is n llxoilj
rulo with us. Think it oor.
i J. T. Waterhouse !
Waverley Illock, Bethel St.
$ riKOCKHIUS, HARDWARE,
f CKOCKHIIY. "j"
Established la 1851. Leaders In 1898.
V W W W W W
ooor '- Sii
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
If yon want to purchase tho liost
brand of Manila Cigar at Reason
Call on KAM TAT,
Hotel St. nour Tort.
Importer of Japanese
Fancy and Staple Goods.
Comor of (Juoon and Xuuanu fctroets.
Shirts and Suits inado to ordor. Por-
fect tit guaranteed.
LAIiai: STOCK OF GOODS ON HAND.
BQX Hotol stroot near Xuuanu; oppo-
slto Vaorloy lilock.
HOP WO COMPANY.
King Stroot, 1'alaco Square
Crash Duck and Llnon Suits inado to
ordor. Kino assortment of now and latost
designs Just arrlvod. Porfoct Fit Guar-
anteod. lowest Prlcos.
Wing Wo Tai & Go.
1214 Ntiuanu Street.
Yee Sine: Tie
Of all kinds.
Port Street, opp. Club Stables
Ot feTPW? ,- JO
:u Si If
t t;JS a , i
tt 5i;S 15. jfesl :
t!Or "j 1 $2i fit 3
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: 2! S ; ercj VI vl s
t a 5 g. a -o- VktSL :
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VUOl'ICHSOIl CAUL 1IKIITZ,
How It Hratrd it Party ot Curd Hhmrjn
nt Their Oame.
rrofessor Unrl lortz, tuo con
juror aud illusionist, arrived on
tho Qaolio. Uo is making a tour
of tbo world nnd has just closed a
moat successful engagement in tho
Orient, wlioro ho inado n kand
Tho Professor has had many
thrilling experiences durina his
eventful lifo. IIo is a charming
. . i nu.i i. . . i
racouiour. j.hih morning uo 101a
bow ho hosted a party of card
sharps. Ho said:
"I was on tbo sloamor City
of Homo on routo from
Liverpool to New York. On
the Atlantic steamers profession
al gamblers travol with tho objoot
of llcecing passoDgero. On this
voyage tliero was a rich young
fellow who had fallen into tbo
hands of tbrco cardebarpers. Flay
had beon disastrous for him and
at tbo ond of one day they had so
cured no less a sum than .1000
I saw wbat was going on, and
warned him. Wben I did so ho
refused to believe me. At lengtb
I poreuaded hitn to let me take bis
baud in the gamo after bo had
played for half an hour or so,
nml 1 promised that bo should
linvo his X1000 back. Next morn
ing play started, and tbo plan
agreed on was followed. I sat in
the gamo find watched tbo tbreo
confederates until I mado up my
mind wbat to do. It was my deal.
Aftor wo lifted the cards, hotting
was vigorous, each striving to out
do tbo otbor, until a heap of
money, jewelry, and I. O. U's, to
tbe valuo of about X5000, bad
boon accumulated. 'Tbo pot's
miuo !' said ouo, 'I havo four
jack! ' 'No, I can beat it four
qucous 1" shouted tho next. 'I
havo four kings !' almost yelled
the third man, 'and tbo money's
mino 1' and as bo said this ho
reached out tbo pool. 'Wait a
bit I' I called out. 'My money's
in this, too, gontlomen, your
knaves, your queous, your kings
aro no good, for I havo four aces."
As I showed the acpj in my baud,
one of tiif iiiku Hpruug to bis feet
and drow (in iovoIwi, but at tbo
moment the captain in tho midst
of the throng who bad crowded in
tbo smoking room seized bis arm.
J. no threo sliarnors wero put in
irons, aud on tho vessol arriving in
Now York, eaob of them received
a sentonco of two years. The
young follow recovered his 1000,
anu tho remainder of the money
was handod to tbo captain for
Tho Professor gives his first en
toriainmout Tuesday evening at
tbo Opera House.
F. J. Cross Will Investigate
From Flrit eJitlon TrlJay )
F. J. Cross and G. H. Fuller,
recent arrivals in Honolulu, will
leavo next Tuesday for a tour of
tho plantations of Hawaii. Tho
object of this trip is to mako a
thorough investigation of tho use
of olectrical apparatus in eucnr
F. J. Gross is ono of tho most
noted electricians of tho day bar
ring Tesla and Edison. Ho was
recently with .tho Buffalo (N. Y.)
Engine Works as manager and
did tho first electrical business at
Niagara Falls. Mr. Cross ste.rtod
into tho business in 1881 and has
boon prominent among oloctri
cians over since. He graduated
from Coopors' Institute, New
York, and latter took a courso in
olectrotochnics at Cornoll.
Aftor graduation ho forged
ahead rapidly in tbo olectrical
world, and now holds sovon pa
tent rights on olectrical apparatus.
There aro now four manufactur
ing establishments in tho United
States building olectrical machi
nery exclusively from designs
originated by Mr. Cross. Elootri
cal magazines havo published
many articles from his pon and
speak very highly of his standing
in tbo fratormty.
Mr. Cross will look over tho
plantations from tho technical
standpoint of tbo experienced
electrician, socking to discover
wboro oloctrical apparatus can be
used in the various mills or in tho
Gold to lesson tho cost of produc
tion. Ho will also figure out the
possibilities for electrio powor in
tbo waterfalls of the island. Al
though Me. Gross'' investigations
aro not mndo without an oyato
future business, tho conclusions
which ho draws aftor a caroful
survoy of tho situation will bo ot
Tory gonoral intorest.
Mr. Fullor is a Buffalo attornov.
intorcstod in tho possibilities-of.
Meat Conuuiptl9n IncrMBlncr
Wboro formerly, an averngo of
25 hooves woro slaughtered daily. at
tho Iwildi abattoir, tboro is nowvau
avorago of 40. Eifty shoop aro de
voted to tho cold storage as mutton
ovory day and '10'Calvos aro woek
ly put in condition for voaLoutluts,
oto. Louis Touiesaint, foromnu,
of tho conaorn, is not complaining
of slack times. Tho figures-, just
given will convoy an idea, of the
stimulation tbe moat trade has re
ceived from tbo addition to tbo
city's population of 2500 soldiom
of Uncle Sum.
Home Decorating I
Which Is n suliHtltuto for gold
leaf, rmd will LAST.
For I m parting a hard and glassy
Hiirucu to any nmtittrhil.
For porcelain finish ou tubs,
thiwor pots. ete. Not aaVctt'il
by cold or hot water.
For furniture, baskets, etc.
UnJFull (Ilrcctlousoruse. Try them.
Lewers & Cooke.
"Hm IarjgB IbuLeft MoneiJ"
Thin nny In tlio innrkct.
In twosWos ?25nml 28
CALL AND SEE IT.
75-79 KING ST.
Tolonliono No. 31.
The Club Stables
O. Belltna, : Manager.
LiYery, Boarding & Sale Stables
Prompt Service. Stylish Turnouts.
Wo aro BBnocIally equipped to cntor to
your tnulo. Fair donllng and good sor
vlco 1b what uo dopond upon to got it.
Wo lia o for salo Family Cnrrlago and
Driving IIor.soH, slnglo or doublo toaniH.
Tlioy aro in good condition and will bo
sold on f.ivorablo torniN.
Dr. ltowat Is always In attondanco at
Gmb Stables Hack Stand
Cor. Union it Hotol Sts.
(Old Iloll Tower).
OAUKFOLL AND WKLIi INFORMED
FIRST CLASS CARRIAGES.
HACKS AT ALL HOURS.
Ordors forSurroyB,Wagonottos, Slnglo
or Doublo Toums nt n momont's notlco.
Hack Nos. 125, 183, 100, 70, 77.
O. HELTJNA, Mgr.
Persons wishing to obtain board at
Makawao, Maui, can bo accommodated
at MRS. H. H. HAILEY'S.
Terms, $10 por woek. 055-0m
Tho D.ilrymon's Association Is AL
WAYS proparod to supply PURB JIILIC
and CIU1AM luaiiyquautltlos,dollvorod
to any p.trt of tho city.
t'HICSU ISLANU HU'ITKH always on
The Bulletin, 7Gc per month.
Hotels and Restaurants.
II. J. NOLTEr rropriotou.
The Best Lunch in Town
AT ALL UOOB8.
THE FINEST BHANDB OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND.
The Elite Ice Cream
I08 HOTSi STRaiDT; '
Cakes and Candies,
Fine Ice Cream.
Our establishment Is tht finest reswl In the city.
Cill anj see us. OpciHUI n o'clnck n m.
Excelsior Dining Saloon
333 NUUUNU ST.,
SEMI HOTHL ST.
CHAS. LIND, Prop'r.
TlrNt-oliiNH inoit, under ilio Minurvls.
ion of u hlto nun, norvod from 6 n. in.
to8p. in. MnAm tvi;nty-fivi: ct.
J. W. OIIAPiMAN
AiinoimcoH to tlio public that lio Is now
open for ongagonieiits to tako cliargo of
Canquots, HallB, Dinners nnd Gardon..
Parties, Socials, etc.
Address oaro Union llrpruss Company
And Ice Cream Parlors.
E. POPPLKTON. M'p'it.
Tills Is a uiodom up-to-dato Amorloan
rostauraat. litecllont meals for 25 cents.
No. 620 FORT STREET.
W a. i lc i 1c i .
OARL KLEMME,. Phovrietor.
.;....Tho most delightful spot in
the Islands. Extensive Improvements
being made for tlio entertainment of
tho public. Cottages for rent. Howling
Alley and Coileo Garden.
A Flood of Electrio Lijlitl
Kino Sen Bathing!
Rooms by tlio day, week or month.
Telephone 8h9. 1013
A First-class Rosort In overy rospoct.
Tho bost 25-cont nioal to bo had.
ICB CRBAM 15 CBNTS A PLATK.
LOOK HOP A CO.,
1008 IJoroUnla and Fort streots.
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO,
ED. A. WILLIAMS, F. D.,
Office and Parlors
' 5H & 516 Fort St., near Hotel.
If you want your Carriage or Plucton
Repaired or Trimmed, call on
J. L. DUSHALISKY,
400 Alukoa stroot, botiioon King and
Merchant stioets. 1021
lomc Bakery Restaurant