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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SEPTEMBER 27, 1888.
JUST ARRIVED :
? Side Boards,
f Waverley Blools.
& BETHEL AMD HOTEL STREETS.
CARTRIDGES TO BURN !
And want you to help burn tliont. If you liuvc not
got a rifle or sliot-guu to burn thorn in, wo can furnish you
the roquirtMl articles in that line, also. Wo havo a fine
stock of smokeless and black powder shot-gun cartridges ;
also powder, shot, shells, wads, and loading tools for those
who wish to load their own ammunition.
Shot-guns, Kifles, Revolvers, Air-guns, &c, Ssc.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Limited
Corner Port and Kino: Streets.
SJ O 3E3C TJ 3VE A KT " S
Carriage mid Harness Repository
tdriHland orders promptlv lllled.
We liave 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 nno(Unlk'il for resilience and
durability. Wu utilize all the
latest improvements, besides spe
I'lul devices tif our own. F.ndless
wires located within the rubber at
high tension securely hold tlio nil)
her in tho channel.
.Four s'rm:r.T, aiiovi: C'i.uii Ktahi.ks.
'Could Not Sleep
Sufforod With Dyspopsln nnd Un-
nblo to Do HorWork Complotoly
Curod by Hood's Sarsaparllla.
"I suffered with dyspepsia And could
not do any kind of housework. I was
very nervous and could not sleep. I
heard so much about Hood's Sarsaparllla
that I bought a bottle. I found It gave
me relief nnd I bought six bottles. When
I had taken them I was cured. I can now
do my housework and can sleep well at
night." Maiuk Hames, 1730 Prospect
Avenue, Helena, Montana.
"I havo found Hood's Sarsaparllla ex
cellent (or building up nnd strengthening
tlio system when It Is In a run down or
exhausted condition.' Mrs. Sarah M.
Shook, Hod Lodge, Montana.
If you havo decided to tnko Hood's Sir
Baparllla do not be Induced to buy any
other. Oct Hood's and only Hood's.
parllla Is tlio licit In fact the One True Blood Puri
fier. Sold by nil ilrugRhU. ?1. six forts.
l-I.rwl., r:il net harmoniously wltn
rlOOU S FlllS Hood's Sarsaparllla. 23c.
lTANTn) Ily a ouncliJv from tlieSLi1e r
i rJuiatlon anJexperlrm a poitlnti asteiitwr
In prlatc family Nan mcrnnpllMieJ plinoKt Can
AJJress Te.-Kt.rr. Hutlclln
IOU SML-inui sprnutrJ early-frultlng MIcm
nel.in COCOAM'TS lex Mnmlne Star) Also
I'alms lerns eret nlioim an J he J Jim;
UMODLS ?i7 King street, opposite Ka
I'lants II I
TANTn A tfnoJ Japanese cook ulvlies to eel a
plite after September toth. (iooJ refeunret
AppK toll d l O Hox8ifi. ioi6-jt
rpO I LT 1 urnUlieJ house, five room an J kitchen.
i i-uo(ormi near imnu Mreet. nppiy to rir
Htr person H tho) street. toz4tf
?OU SAI.I -Two desirable flI.AC.ll LOTS at
r Kapliilanl Park. Waiklkl. Apply at once. X
VANTII) -ceral JLWLLlIKS.al once SteaJv
i i woik Workmin brought up here preferred"
i mi tf II V WICIIMAN
To-night ! To-night !
TUl'ltHDAY and SATUltDAY.
An updo-date London Attrai tlon
First appearanco in Honolulu,
Ln Route to llic California Theater, San Tranciscn.)
(AisMeJ ! MJIIc. D'Alton)
The : World's : G-reatest
A Truly liroitt Conjuror,
Anil unUorsally admitted liy critics to
Ik.! Absolutely Incomparable.
KiiuI.iiiiI'h l.iilcst mill (iroillpst Social
Suei-oN'., imslly nttnii'tw
1'ai'kud and Ihill;liUid AikIIoiicom Knry
wlierx, In lita
Entortiituinent of Mnrvolons Mystery.
MUSIC, MAGIC AND MIRTH.
"Tho AlM)luto Marvel of tlio Abo,"
Do not full to soo tlio
Animated I'lctnro in l.'olor.s, in tlio
War Picturos ! War Pictures !
Irlce $i. 75c, 50c. Hus as usual.
Secure beats In advance at Wall. Nichols Co '
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
nnd Nuuunu streets, lodging b
day, woek or month. TormB: 26
and 50 conts por night. $1, and
1.25 nor went.
Wanted, 500 Men
Shaved for 15 Cents.
At AID'S Fort htroot, opposite tlio Club
II. Jr.FKS, l'roprietor.
Of J.os AliKeli'H, C'al., litis located In
Honolulu, on Fort street, opposite tho
"Fire House." Diseases diagnosed.
No iuestioiiH asked ; no medicine.
Consultation free. A brief history of
ancient and modern healing Kiveu to
callers, or sent free to any address.
I or aJJIIIonal ShlpplnR News see seventh rge.
Dlninonil Head Sig.ial Stntlon, Holit
127, 1 p in Weather hazy, wind light
Weather Ilurcau, l'liimlinu, Sept 127.
- Teniperaturo Morning niliiiiiiuiii,
70; Mlildny maximum, !.
Maronicter, 0 n in, 30.0.1. Rainfall,
do, .21 In.
Humidity 81 per cent
Tuesday, Sept 27.
.Stnir Mntitin Loa, Hlinerson, from
Maul nnd llnwull ports.
U H S IJenntiiKton, Toiis-dg, from
Am up Henry Vlllanl, Murphy,
from Naunlmo, 11 C.
Tuewlny, Sejit 27.
Rttnr Klnnu, Clarke, Maul and Ha
Stnir Kntinl, Uruhn, for I.alminn at
t p in.
StinrCliunllne, Cameron, for Maul
porta, at Q p m.
Stnir W a I lull, llnlund, for
Nuwlliwlll, Koloa, lileele, llauapepe,
Makawcll, Walmea and Kekaha at r,
p in. (Nuwlliwlll, pu-wengurs only.)
VESSl'.LH LEAVIKQ TOMOllUOW.
Slmr Maul, Freeman, for Mtiliu
kona, Kukalau, Ookuln, I.aupahoe
hoe and l'apuloa, at 8 a m.
Tho Mokalcle suilod for Hawaii
Tlio Wnrrimoo is duo from the
Thoro nro uow 1G sailing vos
sole, 1 transport, 1 steamer ami 2
mon-of war in port.
Tho Mohicau wiib busy this foro
uoou takiug sugar from tho W O
Hall i.t tho Oceanic whurf .
Tho Keaubou from Ilamnkua
and tho .Tamos Mnkoo from Kapaa,
aro both expected in tomorrow.
Tho Kauai will tako to Maui
this aftomoon, tho well borinjj
outfit of tbo McCaudlees Bros.
More work at Lahaiun.
Tlio American ship Henry Vil
lard, E L Murphy niaBtor, arrived
in port early this forenoon, 27
days from Nanaimo, 13 O, with a
cargo of 2192 tons of coal for H
Hackfold it Co.
From Maui and Hawaii ports,
por Btmr Mnuna Loa, Sopt 27
'J790 bugs sugar, 175 bogs cotTee,
28 bend cnttlo. 2:5 bill 8 bides aud
100 pkg8 eiiii'iii'M.
From Maui and Hawaii ports,
nor Btmr Mauna Loa, Sept 27
Caspar Whitnoy,.T W Brown, Miss
K Martin, Mrs T C Wills, Miss
Ireuo Wills, W J Yatos, O T Ship
man, "Oliver Jones, Mrs Kaaloa,
Miss Nellie Kahuila.H Wilgerotb,
T Shibayama, John Lano, Sam
Kamaeu and 54 on deck.
HAILKY Intlilf eity, Sept. 21, 1S9S,
to tho wife of J). F. Bailey, ij
T Mr. mill .Mr.. Wnkrflrlil.
On tho ovoning of Soptoraber
lGth a reception was givou at tbo
homo of Mr. C. E. Richardson to
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wakefield.
Tho affair was one of tbo ploasanl
est of th- sort which has occurred
in Hilo and though formal in tho
ory at'd informal in fact, and thor
oughly onjoyed by evoryono of the
largo number of guests Tribune.
Cuuie to lt Trtfitleil.
Among tho passengers on the
Mauna Loa was W. J. Yates, Do
puty Sheriff of Kau, who comes to
Honolulu for troatmont. Some
tiino ago Mr. Yates mot with au
accident which caused a sovoro in
jury to his rieht leg. Ho has beon
receiving treatment but has found
no benefits therefrom so bo do
cidod to como to Honolulu to bo
examined and treated.
Dumncrutlc Fninlly Kw.
Chicago, Sopt. 11. W. D.
Byuum, chairmuu of tbo National
Democratic party, tondorod bis
resignation to tho oxocutive com
inittoo today, and Georgo Foster
Poabody of Now York was oloctod
his successor. Tho resignation
was a great surpriso to tbo loars
of the cold Domocrntio party. 0.
Vey Hoi man of Maine, declared
aftor tho mepting that ho proposed
Mr. Bynum bo investigated. Mr.
Holman claims Mr. Bynum called
tho nicotine of today with tbo in
tent to forco him to loavo Maino,
whore tho election was bold on
Monday, tbo morning of election
day and bo charges tho ox chair
man with conspiracy. A com
mittoo, of which Mr. Peabody was
mndo chairman, was appointed to
nrennro an oddio3s to tho people.
A resolution which was adopted
by tho mooting, stopping tho sala
nos of all tho oflicors, is said to be
tho real cauoo of Mr. Bynum's re
signation. Since tho end of tbo
1891 campaign, Mr. Bynum had
rocoivod 8200 as salary, with SGO
credited to personal expouses.
DICAI) IN TIII3 HAY.
lloily of Von ii if Half WliHe Kounil
Tho body of Kiki Binger, aged
27, brotbor of Win, Binger, au
omployo of tho Wilder Steamship
Company, was found floating iu
tho bay near tho Fort streot at
about 3 o'clock yesterday after
noon. Tbo discovery was made
by Captain Thompson of tho Mi
kahala, the sloauior on which
llinger was employed as a sailor.
Tho body wa takon to tho undor
takiug establishment whoro it was
proparod for burial.
Whon tbo body was fouud thoro
woro bruises plainly visiblo on
various parts. Ovor tho right o.ve
was a scratch, not a sharp cut as
stotod iu another paper. Thoro
aro no signs of any kind of woap
ou such as a knifo.
Deputy Marshal Chillingwortb
stated this forouoou tbnt bo was
not satisfied that llinger came to
his death through accident. II.)
says bo has cause to beliovo that
thoro was violouco.
The jury has already boon im
paneled but will not uieot until
tho arrival of tho Mikahala, pro
bably on Friday. At that timo all
tho men on tho ship will bo sharp
ly questioned and will be made to
give an account of thoir respective
whereabouts on Sunday night.
A popular belief along thb water
front is to the effect that llinger
was intoxicated when ho went
aboard the Mikahala, that ho got
into a card game, thou into a quar
rel and was deliberately pushed
aboard whilo still iu an iutoxicat
There aro thoso who believe
that Ringer mui his death along
toward daylight, this from thp
condition of tho body when it
At 1:30 Dotectivo Kaapa has just
arrested Kulokana, alias Lameka,
alias Ailucne, alias Lameka Kn
kauko, alias Lameka KoliipioaliaR
Kona Nui for investigation. It
was learned that this snilor of tho
luter-lslond Company had said
something rather significant iu
regard to tho strongo death of Kiki
lliiicor and ho is being hold to
await developments. Kulekaua is
n snilor on tho Mikahala but be
failed to get to his steamer in time
to sail for Kauai.
Suid Detective Kaapa this aftor
noon, "1 beliovo it is a caso of
foul murder. Gambling was tho
cause of the wholo thing. Ringor
was a rreat gambler and ohvayB
wont about with a Rnseiau War
cloth about him. Ho "took in" a
croat many peoplo and I think ho
did it with tho pooplo who mur
dorod him. Thoy must havo bo
come incensed, killed him and
then thrown his body into tbo
Tho streot sales of 20 shares of
Oahu assessable at 8137.50 was re
ported on chango this morning.
No sale took placo during tho ses
sion. A dividend of C por cout duo
and payablo on Sopt. 30 on tho
following stocks was roported.
Ilaw'n. Sugar Co., Olowalu nnd
Waimanalo. Ewa offered at S240
and $125 wjb asked for Olowalu.
About IMilluilolplila NiiIIIiik.
Nothing has yet beon given out
regarding tho sailing timo of tho
U. S. S Philadelphia. It is, how
ever, reasonably, cortoiu that sho
will not bo hero ovor Sunday.
Should tho orders bo urgent sho
will bail on Friday, tho oarliest
date possible whon coaling opera
tions aud other nocssary prepara
tions can bo finished. If not ur
gent, sho will sail ou Sunday.
On Tux Muttnni.
Judge Wilcox has gone bonn
with his fingors very much cramp
od. Ho wob required to sign 800
tax summonses this forouoou.
Theao aro for delinquent tax
navors or, moroprop.-rly, tax non-
payers, for 1807 aud tuo amounts
tho way from $1.00 to
A dividend will lo duo and ni.i do paya
blo at tbo olllco of V. d. Irwin .V Compa
ny, Limited, to tho Stockholders of tho
Hawaiian Sugar Company on .Friday tlio
'iOth Instunt. Tho stock books of tlio
Company will bo dosed to transfer from
Tuesday, Soptoinbor 127th to Saturday
October 1st, 1B0S.
V. 1. HOl'I'KH,
WC(ih and liinptiid
Little Appetite and no Energy.
These nro symptoms that effect a
lnrtfc number of people, llclow c
Kivotlictestimonlalof Mrs.A. Morgan,
of IJast llrislinne, Queensland, who
does not hesitate to tell you of (list the
reuicdy that cured her.
The past season I lnul a severe at
tack of dengue fever which left me
feeling very weak nnd languid with
little appetite and no energy. Uut I
am pleased to say
cured tnc. As a blood purifier and
tonic for those who are affected by the
intense heat of the Queensland sum
mer it is uucqualed. I am pleased to ..
recommend it to all tho.se who need
a reliable remedy "
Tor ronatlnition tnko lit Ajrr't rill. Tlier
prninMljr rrlii-i nml nuiHy nun. Tnko tlipm
with Dr. Ayi-r's Sir..i,irllla uuoal,). tlieother.
Hollister Drtxg Co., Ltd.,
Solo Agents for tlio ItepuMlo of Hawaii.
Lodge Le Progros de l'Oceanie, No. 124,
A. A A. . HITi:.
Tlioro Mill bo a special luccllnn of I.o
I'l-oures Lotluo No. llil, A. F. A A.M.,
at its hall, .Masonic Tuiuple.TIIIS (.Tues
lay) KVKNIXU, Sept 'J7, at 7:30 o'clock.
WORK IN FIRST DKOUKK.
Mcinbors of Ilawallati I.od(je, l'aclflo
I.ode, anil all visiting brethren aro cor
dially invited to bo present.
llv order of the It. V. .M.
1031 II. O. Clt Ulli:, Secretary.
Teacher of Voice ft Piano
llecoiuniondud , by Fntncls Stuart c""
San Fmiielsco, eertlllc.iled pupil of tlio
Residence, Mrs. It. F. Illekerton's,
comer of IMIkol and King streets Tolo
phone 399. Studio, Y. M. C. A. bull 1
lug, Itootn No. 1!. lOiil-lin
A dividend will bo duo and iiiiulo pay
ablo to tins stoeklioldors of tlio OLO
WALU COMPANY at tlio olllco of W.lii
Irwin iV Co., Limited, on Friday, tlio
JlOtli Instant. Tlio stock bpoks of tlio
Cotiinauy will bo closed to transfers from
Tuesilliy, Soptonibor 'JTtli, to Saturday,
October 1st, 18U8.
W. M. UIFFAUI),
A dividend will bo duo and mado ayn
blo to tlio stockholders of tlio Walumualo
Sugar Company, at tho olllco of W. (.
Irwin A- Company, Ltmltod, on Friday,
the ItOtli Instant. The stock books of tlio
Company will bo closed to transfers from
Tuesday, September 117th, to Saturday
October 1st, 181)8.
Shares of Stock
On V K DNESDAY, Sopt. 2S
At 1 o'clock inn ii, I will sell by public
auction, at in -desroolll, IJiicen street,
11 Slmr. hi I. S. N. Co.
10 SiniiiM L'am Plontation Co.
1 Sh i' H Honolulu Sort) W'orks.
15 H'u.'Od Woodlawn Fruit Co.
10 H ares Pionoor Mill Co.
10 S.iarea American Sugar Co.,
15 Shares Wilder S. S. Co.
1C Shares Waianao Sugar Co.
10 ShareB Popeokeo Sugar Co.
10 Shares Ouhu Sugar Co , as
sessable. TF.ItMS CASH.
J AS. E.iI ORGAN,
; 'It Auctloneor.
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