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THE EVENING BULLETIN : HONOLULU, II. I., SEPTEMBER 2G, 1898.
f JUST ARRIVED :
? Side Boards,
I China Closets,
? Extension Tables, ?
ui ui 0.1 y ik r
BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS.
' And want you to help burn tliem. Jf you hnvo not
got :i rifle or sliot-jjiin to burn tliem in, we c:ui furnish you
the required articles in that line, also. We have a lino
stock of smokeless and blaek powder shot-nun cartridges;
also jiowdor, shot, shells, wads, and loading tools for those
who wish to load their own ammunition.
Shot-guns, Kitles, Revolvers, Air-guns, &c, fec.
BALL k SOU
Corner Fori; and "Kina: Streets.
SJ O 3E3C TJ 3VE A. 3XT &
Carriage; 1 nd Harness Repository
Four sriti i:t, wiovi: Ci.rit Sr.iii.i:s.
Itayihlaud older promptly lllh'd.
We have just received another shipment of those
handsome IAPERIAL, JR., WHEELS.
The strongest and lightest running child's bicycle
PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 FORT ST. Telephone 565.
ai iui .?. a vvjh y
Are unetualled for reslllenee and
durability. YVu utllle all the
latest improvements, besides spe
cial devices of our own. Undless
wires located within the rtiliherat
hluli tension securely liohl the nil)
her iu tlio cliaiiuel.
J PORTER ?
DOES TO iURI
Hood's Sarsttpnrllln Is prcpnroil by ex
perienced pharmacists o( today, who linvo
brought to tho production of this great
medicine tho best results o( mcdlcnl re
search. Hood's Bnrsnparilln Is n modern
1 medicine, containing Just those vegetable
Ingredients which wcro seemingly In
tended by Naturo herself (or tho allevia
tion o( human Ills. It purifies nnd en
riches the blood, tones tho stomach and
digestive organs nnd creates an appetite;
It absolutely cures all scrofula eruptions,
bolls, nimples, sores, salt rheum, and
every form of skin dlseaso; cures liver
complaint, kidney troubles, strengthens
and builds up the nervous svstcm. It en
tirely overcomes that tired feeling, giving
strength and energy In place of wenkness
and languor. It wards off malaria, ty
phoid fever, and by purifying tho blood It
keeps tho wholo system healthy.
parilla Is tho bcit In fact tho Ono True Mood Purifier.
Sold by nil druggists. $1; U for ?5.
Hnnrl'c Dillc euro H 'lror Ills and
rPO I I T -I urni-.li. J li.wv !io ro.ims anj kitchen.
I I'uik!iIii near I mnu street Apply li Mr
Ilcri'i'rMn llitliil Mnct 10J4-K
I'tiK sMi Tu.i J. mi
I' K.i. .1 ni I'irk, V.iH
III ACII LOTS al
Appl at urn. X,
Al'ANTII) -S.-r.il IIWIllKS.alonn Sk-jJv
w 'ik W'lrkmtn ItiucIiI tip lure prUerrej
1 " II I WK.II.MAN
I iter i. MaiUKiment uf CJln (wjJi).
1IIL COMIM. SLNSATION
TUESDAY EVEnING, SEPTEMBER 27.
THURSDAY AND SATURDAY.
i Ln K"utr ! tin- Cilldirnli Tlwater. San 1'ramlwi)
I lrt Appvarani n! ttic
LSTAIIIISIIII) IONDON IAVOKITC. CARL
THE .UI ATI S r I IVIMi CONJL'UOK
AsslMcJ t the Charming anJ (irairlul
MDLLL I) ALTON.
I mm the Crtal Palace anj Alliamtra Theater. Lon-
Jun. LJen Theater, I'arN nnJ ihe WorU
MAKI: NO .MISTAKE
All lliinolulu Will I I.Kk I,. See
In M Grr.it
La tighter-! ru uking Lnirialnnunt
Wln Ins licit ri-j J of the success of
A recorJ rtlun nf triumph acliivej m hi tnler
tJlnmcnt l WnnJtrs anJ Cnnjirew it ippmrt
Packed anJ DcllzhteJ Au 4 ltrue Everywhere.
MUSIC, MIRTH, MAGIC, AND MYSTERY.
Vtiu are not Up-to Djtc If ou fall to set- the Orig
inal ani Marvelous
I'rUts $i, 75c, 50c.
The Plan will be uti view M Wall Nklmls Co ,
when IntcnJini: patrun wuulJ Ju well to e.ure their
teas In a-hance, an J .hut
AVI.KT INL ITAIILI DISAI'I'OINTMLNT.
Shares of Stock
On WEDNESDAY, Sopt. 2S
At lu o'clock noon, I will fell liy piih'lc
auction, at m Nilesrooin, (Jnooii sticet,
11 Shares 1. 1. S. N. Co.
10 .Shares Pain Plantntiou Co.
1 Shares Honolulu Soap Works.
15 Shares Woorilnwn 1'rnit Co.
10 Shares Pionoor Mill Co.
10 Shares Amoricnu Sngnr Co.,
15 Shares Wilder S. S. Co.
10 Shares Wnianao Sucar Co.
10 Slmres Popoekeo Sti(nr Co.
10 Slmros Oaliu Sugar Co., as
.IAS. 1? 1 OIK SAX,
Of Los Angeles, Cal., has located In
Honolulu, oil Koit htreet, opposite tho
"Fire IIuiim.'." Diseases diagnosed.
No iuestloiiH asUed ; 110 niedicine.
Consultation free. A brief history of
ancient and modern hcallnj; given to
callers, or sent free to any address,
I or flJJitlon.il Shipping Neus see seventh page
Dliuuontl Head Signal Station, Kent
2(1, 1 i in Weather cloudy, wind Unfit
Weather Bureau, I'unahou, Sopt 20.
Toniiiornttfre iIirnlii4 mlnlimiin,
7-'; Midday maximum, 80.
Barometer, 0 a in, 30.00. Ilaliifnll,
do, .10 In.
Humidity 73 per rout
Sntur.sday, Sept 21.
Stinr Kliimi, Clarke, frtiui Hawaii
nml Maul ports.
Stinr Mnul, Kroonian, from Hawaii
Sunday, Sept 2o.
.stinr W O Hull, Haglund, "from
Stinr .Tames Makee, Tullelt, from
Stinr Clautllne, Cameron, from Mu-
.Saturday, Sept "I.
I S T S Senator, l'atterson, for San
Ilktne S N Castle, Huliluinl, for
Monday, Sept L'(t.
Stmr 'NValaleale, Moslier, forOaliu
Stmr .1 A Cummins, Searle, for
Stinr -MlUabala, Tlionipsoii, for Xn
wiliwill, llanainaulii, K Halloa, Kail
Id wal and Hanalei at 1 p in.
St nir .lames .Makeo, Tullett, Tor
Kapati, at I p m.
Stmr Mokolli, Iteuuett, for Molokal
ami Lanal at " p m.
Stmr Iwa, Town-end, for La
lialua, MaUt'iia ami other Maul ports
at 1 p in.
vi:hsi:ls lkavixo tomoiuiow.
Stmr Klnau, Clarke, Maul ami Ha
waii poits at 10 a in. (ICauuaUakal
ami Laupalioelme, mall anil passeu
errt.) Stmr Kauai, Hruliu, for Lalialna at
I p in.
Stmr Clautllne, Cameron, for rriuil
ports, at r, p in.
Stmr W fi Hull, Hajjluml, for
Nawillwill, Koloa, I'.leele, Hauapepc,
Makuweli, Wainiea ami Kekalia at
p m. (Xawillwlli, )aHsvngor.s only.)
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
Tho Moliicnn is tliBclmrgiug
milrond iron nt tho old tiHhmnr
Tho Mnunn Lou is duo from
.Maui nnd Hawaii ports shortly
after noon tomorrow.
Tho W u H -II. Htultug tomor
row, will t'tl-f "idy tiacseugerB for
the port of .Nmviliwili.
Tho Kiimu rondo nnothcr good
trip from Ilnwnii nnd Maui ports.
nrriviug in Honolulu nt 11 o'clock
Tho Oily of Columbin lmulcd
out into tho stivntu this foronoon
with police aud custom houso ofli-
curs etillvon duty abonrd
lho.steamor Maui is to sail
otlnesday at 8 n 111 for the fol
lowinfi ports: Mnhukona. Ku-
kninu, Ookala, Lnupahoehoe nnd
Tho schooner Lady camo iu
from Oaliu ports yesterday with
20i) hags of rice, uud 100 of rieo
bran, bho will sail again for hsr
usual porta ut i p ru tomorrow.
l'Vs UNOEItS AltlllVEU.
Prou. tiauni ports, per stuar W
GUnll, Sopt 25-W llltieeantl
wife, I It Isouhorg, S W Wilcox.
Shorift Couny, A V Petors, W G
Needhum, W Jiluhdom, J Cooke,
J Campbell, J Mauuhau. J 1)
Hooper, J McClollau, Y AV Afong,
F W Glado, (5 ou dock, 1 oflicor
aud li prisoners.
Prom Kauai ports, per stmr AV
G Hall, Sopt 25 Gill bags sugar,
19 lulls hides, G horses, -1 mules, 1
calf and 8 bags taro.
Defendants iu Melokina ot al
vs. Kuolia ot nl. give notico to np
peal to a jury from tho docision of
JudgoPorry in chambers.
Tho libol of ltussoll Colegrove
against tho steamer City of Col
umbia is still on, tho fifth day, be
foro Judge Pony.
A. G. M. Itobortson is on tho
Supremo Court bench iu plnco of
Justice Prear. Writ of orror and
exceptions of G Ij Edwards form
tho case at bar.
Left In WhIiiIiih,
Oflicor Jim McOready of tho
boat landiug was a vory augry
mau Sunday aftoruoou. Ho wout
down to Waialun Sunday morn
ing and, aftor spending a ploasaut
day, wont to tho depot to return.
Tho train was gouo and Jim had
the pleasure of sleeping in Wai
nlua last night.
Meohanics Homo, oornor Hotel
and Nuuanu streetB. lodeine bv
day, wook or month. Torms: iiC
and 6U conta per night. $1, and
$1.25 por week.
IIouolulu MessougorSorvico do
livera messages and packages
COLONEL LITTLE OF HILO.
Continued from Hist pa tin .
solf to bo most fortuunto nnd pro
Bossed of tho vory mnterial fiom
wnich good governors are mndo
Ho hns hud nbolutoly nothing to
do with local politics, yet iu the
dischnrgo of the duties of his high
ollicu ho hns bocomo thoroughly
posted in ovory dotnil of this gov
ernment, so that ho if nppoiutod,
would come to tho ollico in splpn
did time for tho efliuiont tlisolirage
of duties of Oovoruor.
"Ho is nn Americnu ot gontlo
birth, splendid education nnd
nmplo privnto fortune. So nn
limitntion of snlnry would iu uny
sense ombnrrnss him in tho sooinl
dischnrgo of a Governor's duties.
"1 endorse tho Anioricnu Union
Pnrty's notion for nnother lonsou.
It soems to bo endeavoring to
oliminato from our public service
nn element hero who seem to bo
nbovo instruction or suggostion,
who nppcnr to despise nil know
ledge but tho knowledge of cjU
sort, and who deny lieodom of
thought or notion to nil who nro
not under their own special
guidauee and control. M'ih this
olomoiit completely out of control
tho Press nnd tho people will be
taken into tho confidence of thoeo
who should know tho truth nnd
toll it. You know it is said that
'Truth wears no mask, bows to no
humnu shriuo, Books neither place
nor npplnuso. bho only nbku a
hearing nnd having had that
hearing, will decide correctly.1 If
M. Sownll should be selected as
govoruor nil progressive people
"ir is a no i'i;x."
An interesting case iu tho Police
Court this forenoon held the nt
tention of tho Judge, tho ntloinoys
nnd nil otliort iu tho room for tho
spneo of about fifteen minutes.
Kenloalii, n strong ltoynlist nnd n
born ntuiup speaker was tip on
tho charge of using vulgnr and
profnno lnngunge, ho having boeii
arrested by Captain Spillnor of
tho Mounted PatroL
Kealonlii was his own lawyer.
Captain fcjpilluor was tho only
wituebs placed on tho staud by
tho pronecution while Koliikeolo,
a member of u former Legislature,
was tho only witness for the de
fense Koliikeolo stnted that tho
arrest pecurrod on Sunday, Ho
wns lending his 13iblo wliou ho
heard Kenloalii using tho name
ot ins wife. He ran out and had
ft tnlk with Kealonlii but uoithu
usod vulcar laucuaco
Judgo Wilcox horo iutorposed
that tho witness was probably ho
taken up with tho thoughts ho
had just obtained that ho did not
hear what was said.
Tho wituoss contiuued that his
wife was talkiug with Kenloalii
about cle fa. Yos, ha was in tho
habit of playing cho fa, but not ou
Thou Kenloalii hold forth. lie
rose, bowed politely to Judgo and
Deputy Marshal nnd then, slowly
backing away began as follows:
"During tho fifty nnd moro
yenid of ray oxiatouco on this
oarth, I havo novor put
my head into thiB pig-pen whore
long eared oflicers hold out and
whoro Marshal and captains aro
pig borders. Why must a law
abiding man like myself bo thrown
into the jail of a half American,
half Hawaiian Government for no
olTeuso at all ?"
Judgo Wilcox put a stop to any
moro such language and addressed
Kealoalii as follows: "1 must
abide by tho evidouco in this cubo.
Captain Spillnor sayB you did use
vulgar ningungo and as for your
witness, I canuor put auy trust in
his word. A mun who will sit at
homo following tho Lord ami
reading his Biblo when his wife
is out following tho devil and
backiug n cho fa bank, is not to ho
"As for yourself,! think that a
man who calls this placo u pig
pou, tho oflicors long oarod and
tho Marshal a herder, will use
such langungo as Captain Spillnor
says you did. 1 Hud you guilty
and soutouco you to p i a lino of
S5 aud costs."
Shaved for 15 Cents.
Atoll)1! Kort btreet, oppo-dto tho Club
II. Jinn's, l'ropriotor.
Book and Job Printer
Morokant Stroet, Honolulu, H. I,
Over Hawaiian NowsComnanv'fl
Book Storo. mv 18.
Every cough makes your throa. moro raw
nnd Irritable, livery cough congesU the lin
ing membrane of yotlr lunga. Cease tearing
your throat anil lungs In this way. Tut tho
parts at rest anJ give them a chanco to heal.
You will need some, holp to do this and -ou
uill find it In
From tho first dose tho quiet and rest
begin; the tickling in tho throat ceases; tho
spatm weaken?; tho cough disappears. Do
not wait for pneumonia and consumption but
cut short your cold without delay.
Ajcr's Cherry Pectoral cures becauso It
beak It goes to tho very seat of trouble,
quiets tho inflammation and makes n perma
nent euro. Ilegun in time, it is the ono great
pnnentivo to all serious lung troubles.
linwirp of rlipiplniltitlnn S Itinl llir nim
Av.r'i t In rrv I'. i turiit. la lilnnii In llio kI in of
kii h llotun I'ut ui In large asil uniill Lotties.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.,
'olo Agonts for tlio IttijiuMIu (jf Hawaii,
A dividend will lie due am made pay
able to tlio MtK'Umldors of the Ol.O-
AM COMPANY nt the ..Mice of YV.O.
lruin.V- Co., I.linlleil, on l'rlday, tho
30th liistiint. The Mork ImmiI, of tho
Compiny will U i-IusimI totransfi.is fiom
Tuestlay, Sejitenilior 27lh, to Kitiint.iv.
Oc-tolier lt, 1SIS.
W. M. (J1ITKI),
A dlMtlend will Iki dim mid in.'itle paya
ble to tho stockholders of tho Walnunalo
SiiKtir Company, at tlio ollico of O.
Irwin A Conipttny, Limited, on Trlday,
the JtOth liist.int. Tho Mock books of tho
Company will bo closed totninsfors fiom
Tuesday, September 117tb, to S.iturd.(y
October 1st, lb!IS.
II. M. WIIITXKY,
AdlvblenilwIlllK) tbieaml iii.iilunyn
blent tho ollico of W. (J. r,vM ,v Couiju
ny, l.imllcil, to the.StockholdorH of tho
Hawaiian .Sugar Coiiijuiiy on Kiltluy tlio
:10th Instant. The Mock books of tho
Company v. Ill ho dosed to transfer from
Tuesday, Seplomlwr ::;th to .Saturday.
October 1st, 1SUS.
V. I. IIOPPKlt,
LOUIS K. A'GREW
ol'KICr.: No. 15 Kaahumami .lieot,
Hoeolulu. I'orineilv A. ltos.i'soillco,
t'liltod .States Custom House Uiokers,
Accountnnts, Searchers of 'liUvs and
(.'oiioral IJusiiioss Agents.
Tolephono B20 p,)0
Power of Attorney.
Duilnj,' my uasonco from tho Islands.
Mr. Chas. II. Ilellina will net with tho
power of nttoi ney.
Honolulu, Sept. 22, 1S0S. lOil-at
Tendei's For Baof Cattle.
Tontlers will bo reeolvotlat tho ollico
of tho Hoard of Iloaltb up to .'! o'clock,
Wcilncmlity afternoon, Oct. 5, Imis,
for Mipplyiiig tho l.opor Nottlomunt,
Molokal, with; Hoef Cattlo for the
perlotl of six months ontllng March
31, IhO'.i, tuiilor the following I'comll.
1. 'I'lio contractor Jto supply Fat
llecfCtntlc to weigh not k)s tliati 350
lbs. net when dressed.
2 Cattlo lo bt delivered iu lots
spoflllcd by th. superintendent of the
I.c.ior Settlcm i,i, and to avorago fiom
70 to '10 heads ,. i u ith, Ure or loss.
3. Cattle tlyiiU within 1 liouis aft
or ilellcr, , fiom injury or other causes
sustained vvlous lo ilellvory to bo tho
I Cattle lujuroil wlion ilclUoiod
ami Kllluil for that reason to be julil
lor nt 25 per cent, less than the con-
Tho tender must bo for tho price nor
Hides, tallow and olliil to bo the
pioporly of tho lloaid.
Tho Hoard of health does not bind
Itself to nccept the lowest or any bid.
1'iosidonl of the lioaid of Health.
Honolulu, Sopt. 21.1WIS.