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THE EVENING BUliliKTIN: HONOLULU, H. I., OOTOBEIl G, 1898.
? Chamber Suites,
In tho chnrnctcrhtlc of Hood's Samnpa
rllln, nnd it h manifested every day in tho
remarkable cures this mcdlclno accom
plishes. Druggists say: When wo sell a
bottle of Hood's Sarsaparllln to a now
customer wo aro sure to seo him back In n
few weeks after more proving that tho
1 good results from a trial bottlo warrant
continuing Its use. This posltlvo merit
j Hood's Sarsaparilla
possesses by virtue of tho Peculiar finm.
blnatlon, Proportion and Process used in
its preparation, and by which all the
remedial value of the Ingredients used
is retained. Hood's Sarsaparilla is thus
...... iU il0K1, na nosoiutely un
equalled in Its powers as a blood purifier,
and as a tonic for building up tho weak
and weary, and giving strength to tho
nerves. Ho suro to get
fur aJiltlonal Shipping News $e seventh page.
Diamond Head Signal StnMon, Oct
o, I p in Wuiuliercleur, wind fresh
Weather Bureau, I'unnliou, Oft fl.
Tcmpernturo Morning itiliiliniini,
72; Mltltlay maximum, 81.
Jinromctur, 0 n ill, 30.0!). llnlnfall,
do. .09 In.
Jiunilillty 08 per cent
Sold by all druggists. JljslxforG. Pre
pared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Apothe
caries, towcll, Mass.
Hood's Pflta !UC ,,lcon,y Pi"' to lake
llUUUb I IMS ltliIIooirsHaraliarlll.
Wudni'wluy, Oct ".
Am Kohr Alohn, Dabel, from San
Haw bk Diamond Head, Wnnl,f ruin
Xanalrtio, It C.
J' M 8 8 Aztec, Trnsk, from YoUo-
Fentnrvi of Hip Monthly Ilriiort of tlir
llonnl of llrnltli.
ih! '" "" c","n" " ' l"trlcJ al If rent,
j"- ,i lim Jlril tnttih w; in tcnlt n-ni I Inu-r
I ; M.iWt ,t ttf.X and fnttnti a month lbniihc
h J.is rli ,i, tvtr ofurtJ IK .-... of llmnlulu
Library $ Parlor Tables J
Chairs, Etc. t
1TTTKTTT T V'f f) TvATMTIT1T 7
mWkl ti MQM!
BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS.
And want you to help burn f hum. If you lmvo not
got a riilo or sliol-iun to burn tliom in, wo can furnish you
tho required articles in that line, also. Wo lmvo a lino
stock of smokeless and blncjj powder Hliot-gun cartridges ;
also powder, shot, shells, wads, and loading tools for those
who wish to load their own ammunition.
Shot-guns, ltilles, Revolvers, Air-guns, &e., &e.
HALL k SON, Limited,
OoiTLer TJ'orl and Kino: Streets
On Consignment, per Schooner Aloha,
12 STROXd, AV13LL BROKEN
Advance orders tahon at
soku ivsc a. isr js;
Carriage ;md Harness Repository
Koin si'iiiaiT, ahovi: Ci.un Ktaiii.ks.
UaTIsland orders pnnuptlv IUUmI.
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii in ii
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.
LM I S , xamlni-J nni lolJ free, classes lor Jc
I J ( tiM? sight S C. Lmas, LnvrtwiM g. uiti-tw
VlTANTri-RirnlstieJ cniinnc nccommoJatHi;
' luur Walklkl prelmrJ. AJJrest D. K L.,
nutletln ollne iou-iw
WAriT'.:"-A.C,,:,:e "n ",c bMcl' at Walklkl
AUressP. O. Ilox 166. ,0,,. ,
F0!, I.1-1- c'JtAP--M i.iKhUsTvf i:l-
I trie Mnracollalierv Plant, IHi .13 II P. Union
uavnllni' I nulnv anj all necessary Alders. Slkhr
ek In (irM . lai running rJT, me can he callv
runlnanv t.int In a cr- Miort lime. The cells
cannot llui kle or Short -circuit
lor flirlllpr jnf.irm.lli.n .nnlu .il.- II n...
r," :..' "" "i'i 'j i 10c 11aw.111.1n
-'""" -" lo9.
VANTr)-iooo people to buy KICKAPOO .MI.D
" 'UNI:. ioji-iw
I? ?,AL1ir! a!lc' l-irelerle In up-to-Jate tint
I CiolJcn Rule llauar. iou-tw
IOH SALU Umbrellas uf all materials anJ at all
1 price Lean , I ort Mreet. io,2-iw
T ANTI I) Masters anJ Mates to know that C-ip-"
tain IV Greaves Is Kllnc lessons lnNalKa
tlon preparatory to examination by Local Marine
IJLST-zs tent meals In tovn. Try them anJ he
t ..mvinieJ LlnJ's l:ielslor KesUuranl
Ar ANTI I) sou Men to eel slmej for 1, cents, at
" ij'j lurt strict, opposite the Cluh Mahles
' ' " H. .11 HS. Proprietor.
'po 1 1 T V.r Jeslral le olnce room, on a principal
1 busmi s street Apply at r.,; King street
170H SAL1" New Velllno anJ SpangleJ Quills,
at Airs Hanna's. 10,1-tr
IOK SALE lleautltut au.ulums anJ lloer
stands inmblneJ. Aiikrom MlmJrlik. us I'ort
TI10 Addoutln is to anil for Sud
Mrs. Goo. Allon roturnod in tho
bnrk Dinmond Head this morning,
vory much improved in honltb.
All Jjin wns arrested by Dotco
tivo Chun Poon this forenoon.
Cliofn tickets woro found on hia
The Iolnni ia to anil for Hong
kong on Friday. She is now tiik
lii tr on a lot of scrap iron at Brew
The Hawaiian hark Diamond
Head, Ward master, arrived in
port at about 11:30 o'clock thib
lorouoon, after a trip of 24 days
from Nanaimo, B. 0., with a cargo
of 1600 tons of coal for Allen &
llnliiuGou. ller trip was an uu-
Tho Amoricau echoonor Aloha,
Dnbcl miibtor, arrived in port this
inoruing after a passage of 18
days from San Francisco. Sho
brought 1G00 tons of general mer
chandise conaigncd to H Haukfold
.-, o and 12 head of mules and 1
"i for Paul 11 Isouborg. The
Alohn brought but ono paasongor,
u Mr E M llulburd.
From Nnnaimo, B C, Oct 5
Mrs Goo Allon and Mrs Harry
IOR SA1.L tooo spromeJ early-trultlnt; Mkro
nesian COCOANUTS (ex Mornlni: Star). Also.
Palms, lerns crenliouse anJ heJJIni; Plants. II J.
KIIODLS 717 King stnel. opposite Kaalahao Sem
rpO Ll.T I'urn.sheJ house live rooms anjkltihen,
1 Punihhowl near l.mma street. Apply to .Mr.
Ilirgcrscn llethel street.
HIiAC'IC In thlscity, Oftiilier I, 18'JH,
to tilt' wife of Tlinmiit Hlai-k, n
SATURDAY, Oct. S, 1S0S,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At llio promlsuM, (iicnii slrtsot, rt'iir of
iiouwU'h olllre, by onlur (,f J. JI. iw
sett, i:., uilinliiistnitor of tlio t-statu of
.i. l. DounoU, I will Bfll ly niihlli. miu
.iimr twknty-hvi-: iiiud op
.J AS. V. MOKGAX,
Captain Joint do I ireavos liotoliy imii
tioiiHiilI jKirrjoiit Hint hln wlfo lmvliit;
loft Ills boil and board lio will not bo ro
Nponsililii for any ilnbts slto maycontrart
without hlswrlttunanthorUy. 1031-31
No .shop-worn goods on the coun
ters of merchants who advertise in
Mil. O. A. HOWAHl), Jr., of Howard,
Train .V Piiro, Architects, wIhIius to iin
noiiiico to his frloiulM and tho pnbllo that
ho hits roturnod from tho Klnti'H, and ro
sninod his position an hoad of tho linn.
AnybiisiiuiN.seiitriisto(l to tho linn will
recolvo IiIh poronal attention. 10:t2-T)t
II you don't take The Bulletin you
don't get the news.
Of Los Angeles, Cal., has located In
Honolulu, on Kott Htreet, opposite the
"Flro House." Diseases tliagnosed.
No iniestloiiH asked j no medicine.
Consultation freo. A brief history of
ancient ami modern liealliif? bIvcii to
callers, or sent freo to any address.
Will Sul I for .Sydney.
For perhaps the first time in the
history of shipping on those Isl
auds has a veaool even thought
about going to Syduoy. The Gen
oral Gordon, sailing Friday, will
suit for that puit fur tho purpose
of taking n cargo to Loudon. Sho
made a quick trip from Newcastle,
N. S. AV., brought a paying cargo
and made quick work of discharg
ing. It has thoreforo been decided
to send the General Gordon to
Sydney, after so much good luck,
The Circuit Court of Appeals,
Ninth Circuit, U. S., in Muy lat
reversed a decree in admiralty of
tho District Court for the North
nrn Division of tho District of
Washington. It is decided:
"Thoro can bo no maritime lion
ngiiust a vessel for broach of
contract of carriago whoro sho
uevor in fact eutored on tho por
formauce thereof, and neither tho
libelants nor their baggage were
evtir rr- ved on board, or placed
m thp euro or control of tho
N. S. Alloc In Pott.
The Hawaiian steamer Aatec,
Trnsk commandor, arrived off port
Inst night and hauled alongside
Hie Pacific Mail wharf early this
mnruing, 1-1 days from Yokohama
with 713 Japnnose immigrants and
G75 tons of general morohaudiso
for this port.
Tho Japancso aro made up of
the following: (507 males, 87 wo
men and 11) childrou. Thoro wore
also six cooks for tho immigrants
I'liostj are to bo returned homo on
tho noxt stoaraor togothor with
iiireu stowaway who woro locked
ip pending arrival in port.
The Aztfo is doiug good work at
discharging and will got away for
San Francisco at about midnigut
Still They Coma.
The Aztoo brought over 700
Japaneso for this port. Sho also
brought tho roport that tho S. S
Mogul was duo to loavo Yokoha
ma two or three days later thai,
sho did, with botwecn six and
soven hundred more Japaneso
Tho Mogul should be in tomor
row as sho is a faster boat than
1'ollu Court XoieM.
In the Police Court this foro
noon tho following cases wero dis
poHPil qf: IupIj, assault with
deadly weapon, discharged ; Au
gutt Sautou, cruelty to animals,
sontenco susponded for throe
mouths; 12 Chinamen, gambling,
85 and coPts oach; P. J. Molouo
and Ed. Ferguson, malicious iu
jury, S'20 and costs; Tasaka, loav
ing horso untied on street, 85 and
Agent 0. B. lloynolds of tho
Board of Health reports 60 deaths
for Sopfomber against 53 tho same
month in 1807. Thoro woro CI iu
1893, 45 in 1891, 112 in 1895 whon
cholera was horo, nnd 43 in 1890
Considering n lorcolv increased
ordinary population nnd tho nddi
Hon this yoar of two or three
thousaud U. S. troops, tho rale
must be taken as very low com
paratively. There worn 35 male and 21 fe
raalo doaths, and by nationality 23
Ilawaiians, 15 Ohmeso, 6 Portu
guese, 7 Japaneso, 1 British, 3
Amoricaus nnd ono other. Ten
each wore under ono year and
from 20 to 30 years of ago,oigh t each
from 10 to 50 ancf over 70. nix
from 1 to 10, fivo from 30 to 40,
four from 50 to GO, throe from 10
to 20, and two from CO to 70.
Old ago was the most piolific
cauKo of death with 7. the next bo
ing unknown with 5, thon convul
hiouh, consumption, fovur, typhoid
f'ver and heart disease 4 nnnli.
and olhor ranging from 3 to 1 of
a scoro ot ailmenbi. Threo clases
of fevor, malarial with the two
others noted above, got away with
In 19 cases no medical attpn
danco either hindered or helped
mo esit ot tne victims.
Tho annual death rate tier
thousand for the month tvns 22.40.
of which Asiatics had moro than
Iheir sharo, 20.40 for once ex
ceeding that of tho Hawaiiane, 21,
while all others nro weH'bolow the
rate with 15.53.
s Yourself ?
Yon might make a slnijlo meat of rich pfp
and cakes, nnd not mind It. Hut you could
not livoon tltcso all tho tlrao without ruinlmr
Yet, week after week and month after
month, you allow your brain and nerrestoba
fed with Impuro blood.
The general debility, thin blood, palo
chocks, nervousness, loss of appetite and
depression of spirits, aro loud warnings from
nature. Your nervous system la weakening.
Before tho ruin comes tako
It removes tho poisons from the blood, and
thui removes tho causo of all your trouble.
It nidi tho digestion, strenfithens tho nerves
and supplied tho body with rich, red blood.
For ron.tlpntlon tako AYEn'B nt.ls. TTikt
Ajvrs Suiurlllas ono aliU tho oUjrr.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.,
Solo Agouti for tho Hojmbllc of Hawaii.
Iliirlal IVriulta I.hifiI l,y II.,.,, , or
ll.nltli for One MVpk.
13olow is a list of tho dead for
whom burial permits have been
is9uod for ono week up till today
by tho Board of Health:
Kiki lliugor, Hawniiau half
caste in, 27, body found iloatiu'.
Ehumokuuui, Hawaiian in, 71),
cancer of stomach, Lunalilo Homo.
Kalialelau, Hawaiian f. 14. con
.Too Choi, Ohinoso m, Btillboru,
Alice Neumann, Hawaiian f, 5,
oroup, Liliha street.
Joho F. Forrar, Madeiran m,80,
oh' age, Liliha stroot.
Infant of Nicholas Peterson,
Hawaiian m, 2 m, convulsion.
Kern Hong, Obineso in, ly 0m,
causo unknown, Snath's Bridge.
Anno Nalnu, Hawaiian f, 29,
fovor, Queon street.
Infant of Geo. Markham, Ha
waiiau f, 1 m convulsion.
Ikaia, Hawaiian in, G3, old ago,
Claronco H. Porter, Amoricau
in, soptic infection, U. S, hospital.
Kooni Puu, Hawaiian m, 17,
typhoid fever, Queon's hospital.
David Habbard, American m,
47, heart diseaso, Queon's hospital.
Fujimoto, Japaneso m, 41, con
sumption, Queen's hospital.
Kim Tong, Ohinoso in, 1 m, in
anition, King and Liliha streets.
AnullcMii Cliurcli Cltroiilcln.
The Anglican Ohroniclo for Oo
tober tnlks right straight out to
churchmen who neglect the privi
leges of tho sanctuary. An arti
clo on tho status of tho Episcopal
church hero ainco annexation in
dicates that thero is little or no
desire to chaugo tho services ex
cepting whoro tho fitness of things
absolutely domands. Tho English
and Am -rienn rituals aro altnost
idonticnl. In discussing tho af
fairs of St. Andiow's cathedral,
tho editor comments on tho in
couvonient hours allotted by tho
Bishop some years ago to tho Se
cond congregation. Tho news,
oducationul and miscellaneous
departments are woll maintained
in Mr. Mackintosh's live monthly.
Saturday. Oct. 8, at 8 p. m.
MR. SYDNEY H. MORSE
(I'til)II of Mr. T. V. Twinning.)
Mr. .Mnrw will hIiik: "W'Iioii Morn-iiijMnkr-,"
Tltlo Mntlnli -r'1,1 Kvi.itli,K .S..nir."
Illilinciifliiili "M t UnaU," itajf,.
"full Mi- l!.tcls, r..-ii7.i.
,..'ri!"ks?.t,'' .",H ''"""ri t JSiWMtrnrsniiil
10::1 T. V. TWINNTNO.
Porler In Culm.
Havautt, Soptembor 2;. Ilobort
P. Porti-r was given a banquot by
tho leading club of Ciei.fuegos
whilo .n that city. Porter, at tho
banquet, made a spotnh, iu tho
course of which ho said that his
mission to tha islnnd was purely
that of studying th- richt-s and ro
sources of the country atd the best
means of developing the same ond
ovory branch of industry ami
commereo, and that he bopi-d ho
would find the Cubans ready to
help him. Ho expressed himsolE
as strongly in favor of thr freo im
portation Of Cattle, bolll fnr n.,r5
cultural work and for eonmimn.
tion, and also of tho freo importa
tion of all material nnd imple
ments Of acricultliro luwl ,nnnn
facture. Ho dwelt upon tho neces
sity for co-onoration bv nvnrw mn
of property and laboring people.
Jill, col llenr's Hiiiiililltiu,.
Tho New York boys tell of
mauy funny incidents on tho night
of tho day tho soldiors wero paid
off. Ono of those was caused by
tho mascot bear.
It rninod vory hard that night,
making tho camp quito muddy,
llio boar found great plc-asn.ro in
wrapping himself, mud and all,
about tho legs of every man who
happened to bo wearing white
This done, tho mascot climbed a
treo and theu dropped upon an
awning covering four ollicors'
tents. Boforo ho could bosecurpd
he had lot starlight through the
awnmg in two places.
Oln.iu.il Doom iiml Window.
There was ono saloon in town
that can claim being tho first to
opon it doors and windows wido.
Iliis w it done yoaterday immedi
at ly Ihe news of tho nowarrnnge-
..... ..1. .,..-! i .vitii om. l'eopio who
walked pa-1 h., saloon took a good
Strangers consult The Bulletin's I 0.ok, 'l t,,B hr ""'1 the man bo
advertising columns. (hind it and tuen passed on.
Hello, Oaliii Lumber and Building Go."
What kind of lioiiyjcnnyou build for Scoo'"
Almost asBoodasyou can get in California."
"How can you build them so cheap?"
"Because we import all our materials direct
from the factory, and employ the best work
men Tin. Is..cf ;. t. i. ' ' . .. v vuik-
"' ""' ij uic tiicapest.
"Where is your business place?"
"Our Office and Yard is on Kinjx s
v-. K. a l. uo.'s Depot; our Planum Mill m
nor King and Bethel streets. TefthoL
and 838. p. O. Box 367. We cVn S3
hundreds of lirst-class referent'" . e X?u
iltilti i-"nric iti,.... ,
leading people of these Islands. " ,l,e