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THE EVENING BULLETIN : HONOLULU, H. I., OCTOBER G, 18J8.
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The above Lots will be Sold on
VERY EASY TERMS.
Apply to W. G. AOHI & GO.
Telephone 92. P. O. Box 146
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
. . . .IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN. . . .
Groceries, Provisions and Feed
New goods recelv .1 iiy every packet from the StateB and Europe.
FltESII CALIFORNIA PRODUCE BY EVERY STEAMER.
All order ulthfully attended to, and coods delivered
TO ANY PART OP THE CITY FREE.
Gonoral Agonts for tho Sanitarium brand of Health Foods.
Inland Orders Solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
East Corner Fort and King Sts.
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Hirano! Hirano! Hirano!
A Natural and Effervescent Minoral "Water.
Bottled in its natural state at Hirano Springs.
Highest Award World's Fair in 1893, Medal andDiplorha.
"An Alkalino "Water, well-carbonated and well-bottled,
permanent in quality, clear and sparkling, a fgood table
water." So said the officials at tho Pair.
For Sale toy
W. C. PE&COCK & CO.,Ltd
The Germania Life Insurance Co.
i 1VEAV YORK.
Legal Reserve to Policy Holders 20,866,008.00
Surplus to Policy Holders 2,571,595 .95
Paid to Policy Holders since i860 38,331,242.67
Claims by death paid to Beneficiary Policy Holders 20,846,623.84
Matured Endowments to Policy Holders 5,524,720.07
Life Annuities to Policy Holders 327,474.70
Dividends and Surrenders to Policy Holders 11,632,424.06
pBLTho aermiuilft lwrnoa nil tho lutost and most liberal forms of I.lfo, Instal
ment, Incoino Ihvhlond, Kniiowinout or Bond I'ollc'os.
(I HAH, LANSING it CO., Gotiorul Agonts fortlio Hawaiian Island.
EMMETT MAY, Manager,
1029 210 King street, Honolulu.
Aloha footing Ifrllei'iJ
Hotih.St., skaii Nuuanu.
John H. Lang, Proprietor
9"Thl 1$ the only Shootlntr Gallery In the clt
top In anJ try your marksmanship
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Hlds will lie rocolvod by tho nndor
slKiiod until OCTOIIKH Si, fur tltu Halo
of tho fourtuoii yean,' nnoxpliod lease of
Kor further particulars apply to
1'. O. Box 293. ?027.1in
FOUGHT IN AFGHANISTAN
Captain O'Brien of the Gordon High
landers Relates Ills War Experience.
Three Hot Engagements In Two Years Forced
Marches and Treacherous Allies Bar
barous Warfare Avenged.
Cnptniu P. J. O'Brion, of. tho
East Indian military nud political
Bcrvico, now in Honolulu, was in
hot ntTnirs lnontionod by Lord
Roberta in his "Forty-one Yours
in India." lie was tlinn n liou
tenaut of I? Co., 72ud Gordon
Higblandors. Tho affairs woro in
tho inomorablo campaign lasting
from August, 1878, to tho middle
of 1880, closing with tho roliof of
Candahnr. Tho campaign wub on
account of tho discovery by
Britain that tho Ameer of
Afghanistan was in league with
Russia. Gaptaiu O'Brion gavo a
Uullktin reporter a running no
count of tho part tho Highlanders
played in tho campaign.
"Our regiment waB ordered to
Afg'iauit)tau and wont by way of
Khyber Pans with Lord Huberts.
Poiwar Kotal was urld in force
by Afghan troops and was a posi
tiou that seemed almost impregua
bio. Tho 29th PathauB, who wore
frontier Mahommodaut), scorned
disinclined to fight agaiust their
caste brothors. It was neeossary
that thoy, as well as tho othor
troops, should bo warned that all
would raovo out two or throe
hours heforo daybreak, leaving
tho ontiro camp standing with
fires burning as if no movement
hud started or was intended. Tho
Pnthans, howover, when tho order
was given to march firod off shots
to iudieato to tho mutineers th t a
movemont was on foot.
"Notwithstanding this treachery
General Itoberts outllanked tho
enemy, catching them all asleep,
routing them and seizing tho pom
tion. Tho Afghan loss win nOli
killed, 200 wouudod and -120 takon
prisoners. Our loss was 20 killed
"Wo went on to Cabul. Shoro
Ali, tho old Amoer, had lied from
Afghanistan, leaving his son,
Ayoub Khan, behind. Shortly
after Geuoral Itoberts arrived at
Cabul tho British troops woro
hemmed in at Shorpur, it was bo
lioved by Ayoub's organizing tho
troops that had lied before Roberts
advance, as woll as other tribes
who had not yet taken port in tho
risiiig. Thoro was sevoro lighting
"Tho brunt of tho wholo affair,
as Lord Roberts says in his book,
Forty-ouo yoars in India,' was
borno by tho 72ud Gordon High
landers under Col. Clarke and
Liout. Mnrray the udjutant. Tho
rolioviug force lost about 25 killed
and wouudod, and tho party mak
ing tho sortio from the garrison
15 killed and woundod. Tho
Afghan bosieging party lost about
100 killed and soino chiefs carried
off. No ostimato of their wound
od could bo mado, for thoy woro in
all cftHUR carried off.
"Shortly aftor tho arrival of
Robert;) and tho roloasing of tho
besiogod garrison, it was hoard
that tho COth rogiraont, whilo out
woodcutting undor General Bur
rows nt Kandahar without arm ,
had be. n Biirprisod by about 10,
000 Afghans and cut up almost to
"Tho 72nd received orders to
proceed with tho 17th Lancors.
tho G-3 battery Royal Artillery,
the OOud Highlanders, some
mountam battorios aud other regi
tneuts, in ull amounting to about
10,000 mon. This fonn marched
to tho rolief of Can almr, which
tho Afghans had sunoutidcd aud
"Wo marched HSU iuil.s in 23
days through tho heart of a hostile
country, and surrounded and do
feated Ayoub Khan undor tho
very walls of Kandahar. When
tho garrison were roliovod thoy
pointed out tho spot whoro tho
(iu'tb Rogimout had been cut up.
Not only had tho bodies of tho
soldiers boon mutilated, but their
heads had beou cut or nud stuck
on tolograph posts, tho wires of
which had been cut.
"Two oflicers of tho OGth, who
wero prisoners in tho hands of
Ayoub Khan, were before our
oyes, whilo tho fight was going on,
cut down and their bodies bowed
in pieces. Their romains woro
found hot and bleeding on the
ground. This was tho battle of
Moiwaud boforo Kuudahar. Ayoub
Khan's force lost about GOO killed
and 300 wounded. About C000
oscaped and 7000 odd were tikn
prisoners. Some 300 of tho prison
ers woro blown away from tho
cannon's mouth, by ordor of Lord
Roberts, aftr having been tried
by drumhead court martial."
Captain O'Brion camo out to
this part of tho world seeking ser
vico with tho United States fn the
war willi Spain. Ho brought a
lettor of recommendation from
tho United States Consul Genoral
at Calcutta to tho Gonoral com
manding at San Francisco. Ho
was too lato for tho war.
TIu'b over popular Rainier boor
is becoming a housohold word
and "will you havo a glass of
Seattle" is more ofton hoard than
anything olso. Tho Critorion
Saloon havo tho boor on tap or in
Order house is ours : it's
the kind that keeps the
customers for genera
tions; many men deal
here whose fathers dealt
here for years.
Of course we want
the one-time order, that
is the beginning; each
succeeding order helps
cement the friendly feel
ing. A party of Honolulu
Professors going over to
Ataui to spend the last
vacation came here to
buy supplies and re
marked that thev tho't
they could buy cheaper
ciacwucic uui uiuil 1 1IKC
the uncertainty and in
security. That illustrates the
value of a good name.
Lewis & Co.
211 FORT STREET.
: ; Telephone 240
GONSALVES & CO., Ltd
WHOLESALE GROCERS AN1
225 Quoon atroot, Honolulu, H. 1
H. MAY & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
615 & 517 Fort St., Honolulu
felephoner 22 P.O. Box 470
Annexation lias alroady
had tlio oilcct of lowering tho
prices at the
Palama Co-operatiYe Grocery Co.
You can stivo quito a few
dollars monthly by dealing
Tho cars stop ri(ht at our door.
Palama Co-operatiYe Grocery Co,
Opposite Hallway Depot, KliurSt.
Tho Co-oporativo Plan is
proving a gonnino success to
the gonoral puhlio as woll as
DR. ALBERT JOHES DERBY
COKNKH 1'OHT ANU IIOTlUi STS.,
Ti:i.i:i'iio.vi:s: Oillco, Olfij ItoNlduiu'o,
7sli. IIouum 1) .1. in. to I p. in.
A. C. WALL, D. D. S.,
New Loto'h HulldluR, Fort Htteoti
DR. F. E. CLARK,
13-H 1'rogroHs ltlouk, cornor liorotiuiln
and Fort Streets, Honolulu.
DR. R. I. MOORE,
No. Slti Hotol Ntroot. Tulophono 5().j,
IIOl.'HS: 0 to V2 u.iu. und 1 to I p.m.
Real Estate and Insurance.
Real Estate Broker.
209V, Merchant Btrect.
12 Chlncso Qmulto Uitchlne 1'ofttfi! $t
A furnished or unfurnished house,
at No. 1211 Heretunla street.
Also, an 8 room unfurnished house
with all modern Improvements, on
Also, a 5-room house at Iwllel, op
nojteOahti Prison, with all modern
Real Estate Transaction r.
Snbaeribera aro tnrnUhod with from tlvt
to six lists nor week, giving an acoaratr
record of all deeds, mortgaex, leanon, re.
leases, powers of attoruoy, etd., otc, which
are plaood on record.
Subscription Price, $2.00 per Month.
A. V. GEAR.
210 KIdr St. Honolulu
Boardman & Masuda
HoiiHcs for Kent.
Real Estate Agents.
Brokers In Jnpanesu floods.
Legal and other documents trims
lated Into any language.
Agents (or Japan Emigration Company,
U. $. dufcorg Houe Bioie.
Rooin No. 1, Spreekels Block. Tele
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
CV We will liny or Boll Ileal Estate In
ill parts of tho group.
VJT Wo will Sell Properties on lleoson
OFFICE. 10 West King Street
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LlinjiJ and iniRE
AGENTS FOR ..
New England mutual life In
surance Co. of Boston.
iETNA Fire Insurance Company
J. S. WALKER,
UENEIUt, AOBNT TOU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
lloyal Insurance Company.
Alllanco Assaranco Company,
Alliance Marino and General Assnrance
Puclllo Mntunl Life Ineunmco Com
puny of Cullforula.
Wilholma of Madgebarg Insurance Com
pany. Boottlsh Union and National Insurance
Room 12 Sprcckcls Block, Honolulu, H. I.
Brucs Waring & Co.
Lands for Sale.
Money te Loan on Mortgages.
WO AKB AGENTS FOR
Svea Fire Insurance Co. of Gothenburg
American Fire Insuranco Co. of Phila.
Rooms 7 an 8. Telephone 678.
L. C. ABLE3,
Ileal Estate and Financial
:ti5 i-'oht STitKirr.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Olllce: 208 Merchant Htreet. Camp
bell Block, rear of J. O. Carter's olllce.
P. O. Box 101.
General Manager of
The Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of the United States for tho Hawaiian
Orf'OAi Merohant street, Honolulu i
Acknowledgments to Instruments,
DUtrlvt of Knnn, Oalm.
At W. C. Achl'Hotnro, King sticet, near
Real Estate and Insurance.
WM. A., LOVJE,
Stocks, Bonds and urm.it Skciikitiks.
lioans Ncgotlnted Itenl I'Mato.
llo.vor.fMT," Jt". I.
LOUIS K. AVGREW
Ol'riClC: No. 15 lCnnliiiiiiiinii Mroct,
lionoinin. I-ormrrlv A. IloM'milllco.
1'nltcd htntes Custom llollvo llrokorn,
AccoiilUnntH, Soarohcrs of Titles und
(Jonoral llusincxs Agonts.
Telephono 01!0 1021
Ml Estate iiiiil GoIiBCtioa
Island Potatoes and Corn For Sale
TO Till! TIIVDK.
OFFICE, 532 I'OUT STREET.
.IAS. I'. MOIMiAX,
IUIUIU Ull II Vllll'l Will
McmKr nf Honolulu Stork HxifunKe
Quw n s rw
Telephone 12 V O. H 594
There are 8 Good Residence
Lots on the Waikiki side of
Fort Street, for sale, about 70
feet above the east corner of
Fort and;Viueyard Streets.
The lots are leveled and
ready to be built on at once.
The location is in a quiet
and respectable neighborhood
The prices are cheap and
1 he terms are very easy.
For further particulars apply
W. G. AGHI & CO.,
Real Estate Brokers,
Lanai Sugar Co.
The SUHSt'lUlTIOX LIST for the
above Plantation Is now open at my
Tim prospectus may bej.luul on ap
plication. HARRY ARMITAGE,
1009 Corner KIiik and Bethel 8Ut.
Tho KUnSCHIlTION LIST of th
above Plantation In now open and tho
prospectus may be neon at my oillrx1.
Ileal Kxtiktc anil Share llroker
Corner King km! Hetliel Htreets".
Book and Job Printer
Morohnnt Stroot, Honolulu, li. I.
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