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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. I., SEPTEMBER 28, 1898.
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jB BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS.
CARTRIDGES TO BURU !
And want you to liolp burn tliuiu. If you liavo not
got :i rifle or sliot-un to burn Ilium in, wo can furnish you
tlio required articles in that lino, also. Wo havo a line
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, Rifles, Hovolvers, Air-guns, &c, fcc.
1 0. HALL & SON, Limited
Corner "Fort and Kina Streets.
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Carriage and Harness Repository
IfiTIslnnd orders jiroinptlv tilled.
We have 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.
Extension Tables, ?
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Are unequalled for resilience iiuil
ilurubllity. Wo utilize till the
Intent Improvements, besides spe
cial devices of our own. Endless
wires loetited within the rubber at
hluh tension securely bold the rub
ber in tlio eluumel.
.Koitr HTin:r.T, ahovi: Ci.un Stahi.ks,
Scrofula Affects tho tyos Llttlo
Boy Trontcd b nn Oculist With
out Rollof-But Now Ho Is Well.
"When my llttlo boy was three month
old his eyes became very soro and ho was
almost blind. I took him to an oculist
who treated him for six months, and left
him as bad as he was at tho beginning.
Finally Hood's Barsaparllla was recom
mended and I began giving it to him.
In loss than three weeks ho was able
to go into tho sun without covering
his eyes, and today his eyes nro porfectly
well, and his cars and noso, which were
badly affected, are also well. Hood's
Harsaparllla has certainly dono wonders
for my boy." Mas. James II. Painter
Amador, California. Remember
Purifier. All druggists. $l,slx for $5. Get Hood's.
u k rtiti aro the only pills to take
nOOCl S FlllS with Hood's Sarsaparllla.
'ANTI.D Hya jounc laJv from thr St.il
' i'Jik.ition anJexrerk-rui'. amotion aiiMrl
iKation an J experience, a position as teacher
lamllv. I an ari-nmrlitfiivl tr-ini.t r.
In rrlule l.nnllv. 5 an accnmrlKlxJ rlanuKt
furnii IW ol references AJJress Teacher. Ilullelln
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IOK SAI I im sprmitej e.itly-frulilni; ,,lcri
neslan COCOANUTS (e Mornlni? Suri AU,.
'alms I ern, irreenhousc anJ reJJIni; Plants. II
HIIOULV u King streel. irP')lleKawalahin Se
'PCI LI T I urnlshed house, (lie rnnm and kitchen.
1 I'inihhoHl near Lmma Mreet. Arrh to Mr
llrripTMn llethel street.
T Ktrtulanl Park,
Rulltlin , fhee
IIIIACII LOTS at
Apply at once. X
IWJiSIJAl' am. SATURDAY.
An np-to-d.ite London Attrni-tlou
First npiwiiiniico in Honolulu,
iCn Route to the California Theater. San PrancKco.)
(AssKteJ b MJIIe !' Alton)
Tne : World's : G-reatest
A Truly (iioat Conjurer,
And utilvcrwilly ndinltled by erltlcn to
!) Absolutely lncoini.inililo.
KiiKl.iud'N Ijitust and nreatest Social
Sueci'Ms, oanlly attracts
Packed and DeliKlited Audloiicos Kvery
wbero, In Ills
Knturtalnmciit of MarvolotH Mystery.
MUSIC, MAGIC AND MIRTH.
"Tho Absoluto Marvol of tho Age."
Ho not fall to sen tho
Animated Pictures In Colors, In the
War Pictures ! War Pictures !
Prke $i. 7SC 50c Duxes as usual.
Secure Seats In advance at Wall, Nichols Co.'i
About That Yuclll Iluce.
Thoro has boon no decision iu tho
matter of tho yacht races that woro
Bailed Regatta Day. Just what
tho hitch is now is hard to toll.
An old yachtsman said tho follow
ing iu regard to tho first class
yacht raco: It seems to mo
that tho wholo business in
regard to.tho first class yacht raco
is wrong." Now tlion cortain rules
for tho raco woro mado and cer
tain timo allowances sot. This
wholo thing scorns to hiugo on
tho fact that thoro was a privato
ngrcoment on tho outsido. That
should have boon thrown out in
tho decision of tho judges and tho
raco should havobeou decided ontho
rules laid down beforo tho boats
Of Los AiiKcles, Cnl., has located In
Honolulu, on Fort street, opposite the
"Klro House." DlneuHci diagnosed.
No questions asked ; no medicine.
Consultation free. A brief history of
ancient mid modern healing given to
callers, or sent free to any address.
Tor aJJItlonal Shipping News see seventh page
Diamond 11 end Signal Station, Sept
28, 1 pin Weather cloudy, wind llirht
W wither Iliirt'iiu, l'uiuihou, Kept 28.
Teniperuliire Morning inliiiiiitini,
72; .Midday niiixlinillii, 83.
Jliiroinctur, II a in, IIO.Ol. Rainfall,
do, .10 in.
Humidity 71 per cent
Wednesday, Sent 28.
Htmr .hunt's Mnkeo, Tullett, from
Wednesday, Sept 28.
! reemiin, lor iMnliu-
hoe nnd I'lipnlou
tit Hn in.
Mukec, Tullett, for
tstuir J nines
mu, nt 1 1 m,
S T S Valencia.
for Snn Fran-
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
Tho Fresno is takiDg on ballast
and will not got out for tho Sound
The Maui was vory late gottiug
away this morning. This was duo
to tho largo amount of freight it
was necessary for hor to toko.
Tlio James Mokeo camo iu from
Kauai this morning without a
cargo, oho will sail again for
Kapna this afternoon, taking a
load of coal. Captain Tullott re
ports bad weother along tho coast
Peoplo wero surmising today of
the James Makee gottiug to Kauai
in timo to advise tlioso aboard tho
Mikahala of tho fact that the po
lico aro waiting for tho stoamor.
If this wero to happon somoof tlio
natives, if thoy aro implicated in
tho Kiki Ringer caeo might run
nway. Mowover, thoro is no dan
ger. Thf two steamers will pass
Tho sale of 20 shares of Oahu
Assessable at S135 was reported
at this morning's session of the
Board. C. Brewer fc Co.'s stock
was offered at SdOo American
Sugar Paid Up S112J. A bid of
S1UU for Oahu Assessable was ro
fused and Si 35 was asked. For
Oahu Vi'1. Vn ?l.r.O was asked.
For Wilder S. S. Co. S105 was
bid ami a bid of $125 for 1. 1. S.
X. Co. found no sollors.
At tho auction of stocks this
noon, James F. Morgan sold 10
shares Oahu assossablo $135, 10
shares Paia $222, 10 shares Wood
lawn Fruit Co. $5, 11 shares 1. 1.
S. X. Co. 8137$, -1 sharps Honolu
lu Soup Co. $53. Wilder S. S. Co.,
Popeokeo and Amoricau Sugar
paid up wero withdrawn as there
wero no bids. The Btock was sold
at tho ordor of tho executor of tho
estate of J. Lazarus.
Joint Kttiiiiitr Nclinlulv.
The joint schedule showing sail
iugs of steamers of tho Pacific
Mail Steamship Company, Occi
dental and Oriental Steamship
Cornp'. y and Toyo,Kison, Kubu
shilji lvaisha (Oriental S. S. Co.)
bot'in San Francisco and Yoko
hama and Ilongkong, including
calls at this port, Kobo, Nagasaki
and Shanghai, has just been issued
from tho office of II. Ilackfold it
Co., tho agents.
Tho now stoamors to run to this
port aro tho Aztec, Nippon Maru,
American Maru, Hongkong Maru
Tho Belgio will arrive horo Nov
ember 20 on hor way to Hong
kong. Upon ai rival thoio Decern
ber 18, she will leave tho line to
return to hor homo port in Eng
land. Tho Poru lins been taken
off tho route.
Tho Schlitz boor, raauufaoturod
by Joseph Schlitz Browing Co., of
Milwaukee-, Wisconsin, for noarly
fifty years has boon recognized as
tho leadiug boor in America. In
1819 Josoph Schlitz commenced
tho browing of boor in tho town
which has siuco bocomo famous
through tho mlrgnitudo of his en
terprise and thoso of his succes
sors. Tho Schlitz beer is famous
for its purity. For twenty yoars
Mr. Schlitz strugglod, competing
with beors of an inferior stand'
ard beforo his article roceivod re
organization compiuiblo with its
merits. When pooplo woro ap
prised that tho beer was pure
then followed years of unoxampled
prosperity. Tho World's Fair
analysis out of a possiblo '15
accorded to Schlitz beor 44 33
points a considerable advantago
in purity over any other beer ox
hibited. Maofarlano &, Co., Ltd ,
aro agents for tho beer on tho Isl
ands. Strangers consult The Bulletin's,
HHIt'l". MAKICH A HIT.
F1IL n I.nrtfet AMPinlilnire It'll
Carl Hertz had a vory fair-siza!
hoiiBO for his oponiug, and he
gavo a show that pleased every
body from first to last. The first
thing was "card shuilling oxtraor
dinary," tho first trick of which
caused a rally of applause. It
was really something now in thai
line. Hitherto a grown person
going tri seo a juggler could only
expect, nt tho best, now frills on
old feats. Carl Hertz brings
mostly now exploits to Honolulu.
His first part,, of novel interest
throughout, ended with "NoahV
ark." Tho imitation of h house
boat was oponed out and shown
to ho empty. Enough wnler to
run a lucomotivo to Ewa was
poured into it from tho top. Thon
through tho windows was pulled
out a wholo farmyard family pig,
dog, cuts, rooster and lion, ducks
and rabbits, squealing and quack
ing, mcouwiug nnd strutting, and
ambling or streaking for the exits.
The bkIo of the nrk being thrown
open "Mrs. Noah," persouatcd by
Aldllo. D Alton, was soen peaco
fully reclining on tho bottom.
When tho curtain tell, 1'iggv
found himself boforo it, sottiug,
wonderful to relate, a good exam
ple of speechlessness to other
actors in that situation.
Mdllo. D'Alton sang ballads
charmingly nt tho beginning of
the second part. Sho may count
on being heard again with univor
Bal satisfaction. A series of no
less than sixteen moving pictures
wero thou thrown on tho screen.
Soma w,ero repeated in response
to tho enthusiasm thoy created.
"The Death of Nelson," from tho
lately famous Nelson plays iu
Loudon theaters, was puiticulaih
good. For artistic perfect! m
Louie Fuller, tho skirt dnuco,
was out of sight. A remarkable
degreo of steadiness was attained
iu tlio pictures.
"Enchanted Moments" was the
title given tho third part, which
was justified by vory clovor jug
gling. The production of an
Amoricau ling from out a multitu
dinous array of small streamers,
seemingly croatcd in a cornucopia
just exposed as empty, wns wildly
applauded as such appeals to the
patriotic spirit always aro. Iu
conclusion an illusion tho inven
tion of Mr. Hertz himself, and en
titled "Stroubaika," was present
ed. A gentleman assistant was
fastened down to a board with
iron straps, padlocked, on his
ncuk and limbs. The board was
placed in a cabinet and tho cur
tains drawu.( Thoprestidigitateur
mado a few scorning incantations,
then fired two pistol shots and
drew tho curtains back. Mdllo.
D'Alton was rovoaled ironed down
iustead of tho man, who immedi
ately ran in from the front of the
houeo heralding his arrival with
Mr. Hortz will appoar again
Thursday ovening, nnd give a
matinoo Saturday afternoon.
In Honor of Uciieml Klni-.
Prosidont and Mrs. Dolo gave a
dinnor at thoir homo, Emma street,
last ovening, in honor of General
Kinc. Thero wero present tho
following: Col Barber, General
Kiug, Mr and Mrs E D Tonnoy,
Mr and Mrs Woodward, Mr and
Mrs V J Lowrey, MrB James B
Castio, Mrs Charles L Carter,
MiHB Adolo Widdifield, Miss Edna
Kolley, Miss Kauffmnn, Major
Langfolt, Captain Lydig, E P
Th table was prettily doooratod
in yollow, sprays of golden shower
being used. Au orchestra of na
tivo boys, seated on tho veranda,
furuishod music during tho dinnor.
Tlio Court has dooided agaiurt
Dr. Raymond on his motion for
roheariug of his suit against Paia
"Jndd Building" will bo inscrib
ed on tho stone capping of th
middle outranco of that structure
on Fort stroot.
Marohand is said to have 10,000
of Kiug MouoloVs sbldiers assist
ing his oxpodition in holding
Mcuuunios' Homo, oorner Hotel
and Nuuunu streets, lodging by
day, wook or month. TormB: 25
and 50 cents per night. $1, and
S1.25 uer week.
If you want a nice Ilubber tiro
hack with a caroful driver ring up
Club Stable Haok Stand Tel. 31i),
and wo guarantoo you will bo
Agcr's Haip Vigor
It causes tho oil glantU
In tho'skin to Hcomo more
nctlvo, making tho hair
soft and glossy, precisely
as nature intended.
It cleanses tho scalp
from dandruff and thus re
moves one of the great
causes of baldness.
It makes a better cir
culation in tho icalti ami
stops tho hair from coming out.
It prevents and (
If cures baldness.
AVer's Hair Vigor will surely mako hair
grow on bald heads, provided only there Ij
nny life remaining In tho hair bulbs.
It restores color to gray or white hair. It
does not do this In a moment, as will a hair
dyo; but in n short timo tho gray color of
nw gradually disappears and tho darker color
of jouth takes IU placo.
Dr J, C, Ater & Co., Lowell, M&u,, IT. S. A.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.,
Solo Agents for tho llopubllu of Hawaii.
MM Ol' WANT
Ttu IUer that nuJe
Macfarlane & Co., Ltd.
soi.k aokxth. 107
(Under the hnnnl)
At the Corner of IJerctaiiln ami ATdkea
In an up-to-dalo
Seats 10 cents. Itesorvetl scats for
Ladies ami Ladles' Escorts without
Matinee Every Day at 3 p. m.,
Entire change of program each per
A Dividend Is ilnu and mvnbln tn tlm
Stockholder of tlio Intor-Island Steam
Navigation Co. I.'d nt. thoir olllco, on
PHIDAY, Soptcmbor !!0, JH'il.
X. K. I KDQK,
Honolulu, Sopt. 23. 181)8. 10127-11
Hills will bo received by tlio under- 1
signed until OCTOIIKIt irt, for the sale
of tlio fourteen years' unexpired lease- of
V'r further particulars apply to
I'. O. Ilox203. 1027-lm
Sh v- cl
for 15 Cents.
Atom1; I'm i stroot, opposite tlio Club
II. Ji:i''KS, l'ropriotor.
Alulia footing Ij&llefll
HOTUI. ST., NKAIl XUUANU.
John H. Lang,'Proprietor
W-Thlj li the only Shooting Oallery In the civ
Drop In nj try your marksmamhlp.
A cottago containing flvo rooms ant
part of a Iioiino, situated coruor of Adams;
uino ami union street. Apply at llnl-.
lotln olllco. 101 1-
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