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THE EVENING BULT
HONOLULU, H. I., OCTOBER 8, 1898.
? JUST ARRIVED :
? Chamber Suites,
? China Closets,
Library 4 Parlor Tables
I Chairs, Etc.
W ,i i i .
i ORDWAY & PORTER
m Waverley Blools.
f BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS.
"Wo liiivo just received,
lino roofing, :ilso the screws anil washers used to put it on
Pig and. Sheet Lead.
A lot received by same vessel. Also, llubbuck's
Oils and Leads, Ohain, Yellow Metal, Ohain Blocks,
Anvils, Tubs, Buckets, etc.
. 0. HALL & SON, Limited,
Corner Fort and Kino: Streets.
On Consignment, per Schooner Aloha,
12 STltOXG, WELL BROKEX
Advance orders falcon at
O 3E3C XT 1!UE A. 1ST S
Carriage and Harness Repository
ttiyisland onlerH promptly filled.
We have just received another shipment of those
handsome IMPERIAL, JR., WHEELS.
The strongest and lightest running child's bicycle
1 PEARSON &
1 312 FORT ST.
per "Isenborfi," u lot of this
.Four hi'hkkt, aiiovi: O.uit Staiilks,
tfKS''' trt lh$ nitimn utttbe tnstrltJ at i$ctnt$
VS it line first insertion; to ctnh tccanJ tnttr
tton, to nw .t week ,inJ o cents a month. 7 bit ts the
tbetyett advertising tvtr offered ttc ftofU of Honolulu
ANTLD. A look and a stew.sr.1, lor the Junior
Utlitfers .Mess.. U. 3. 3. Uenn ncton. Arrlv
aboarJ ship MonJay, at 9 a. m. ioj6-it
FH LESSONS IN rUHNCII LITEHATUHn,
apply by letter lo PKOP. LOMHARl), Hutletln
A COTTAGE furnlsheJ (or a rarty ( 'our, with
HoarJ.allheQULENHOTLL. Telephone 809.
Postoft.ee box 740 10J5-1W
CRANK Meet me at the Klckapon show to-nlgtit
Our entire family Is going MAY jiou-tw
TO LtT Pour furnlsheJ cottages, centrally locateJ.
1 ssJJress A. U., Hulletln office. iojs-iw
pOUPXNT A t'o-story Cottage, from the 1st ol
Noiember sltuatej at Punaliou; desirable loca
tion, Ciear, Lansing & Co. iojj-iw
COK SAL!: A House anJ Lot at AUkllcl. lot 80 x
aop, Just mauka o( E. W. Peterson's resUence.
Gear. Lansing & Co. to)4-iw
yANTPD A joung min (rom the States, In com-
lortable circumstances, desires lo form acquain
tance of an affable young laJy; object matrimony
no trlflers, AJJress X. X., tlulletln office 10J4-IW
IYES examlneJ anJ tested tree: classes (or Je
li teitheslght. S.L". Lucas, Lmeeulld'g iod-iw
rANTED furnished cottage. accommodating
(our. Walklkl preferred. AJJress I). K I..
Hulletln office ioj)-iw
V ANTEIl-ioooreople to buy KICKAPOO MED
1 1 ICINC. loja-iw
1j"OU SALE rancy Papeterlcs In up-to-date tints
GolJen Rule llaiaar. ioii-iw
lOH SALE Umbrellas o( alllmaterlals anJ at all
1 prices Lew's. Port street. 1011-nv
TANTEI Masters anJ Mate to know that Cap
" tain Do Creates Issuing lessons In N.ivli;.i
tlon preparatory to examination by Local Marine
11EST -ient meals In ton. Try them anJ be
3 ionvlm.eJ LlnJ's Excelsior Restaurant
A1T ANTED v .Men to get shaveJ (or 15 cents, at
' 1 6io'i Tort street, opposite the Club Stables.
"l- II. JEfPS, Proprietor.
rPo LET Ver Jeslrablc office room, on a principal
X business street. Apply at 6ja ICInc street.
I?OR S ALU-New Veil lnEs anJ SpangleJ Oullls,
I1 at Mrs llanna s, 10J1-K
i:0! SALE iono sprouteJ early-lrultlnc Mlcro
l1 nesnn COCOANUTS (ex Mornlnn Star). Also.
.ImR?,.-?"" KTeenkouw anJ beJJIne Plants. II. J
RIIODLS. sit Kins street, opposite kawalaliao Sem
in"y . ioj6-im
HO LET-rurnlsheJ house five rooms anJ kitchen,
L I'umhhowl near Lmma street. Apply to Mr.
Berirersen. Ilethel street. 10j4.1l
To-nighl, at 8 p, m.
MR. SYDNEY H. MORSE
(Pupil of Mr. T. V. Twinning.)
Mr. Morso will nIiiw "Whon Jlorn
InirWnkoM," Oconlmil; "Xon,,' or,"
Tltto Muttol; "Tito Mwnliip; Soul',"
IlliimiMitlml; "SI In S,ivnlH. Hulfo:
"Call Mo Hack," Donai.
...T!!'ki'.t? ?" ,,,,"l". "t UorKNtrom'Haiitl
B3 T. V. TWINNING.
DR. W. E. TAYLOR.
OITICK: Cornor Illuliartlri and Iloro-
tuiiluStH. Olllco IIoiii-s: 10 to i.
Toli')liono 517. lo;i,"
Iron and Brass
MADE TO ORDER QUICKLY
3?BicycIe Repairing ,n fTch
J. T. LUND,
Uiiion Street (Boll Tower).
'ia-LlRht Atachlne Work promptly done.
Honokaa Sugar Co.
NOTICE OK STOCKHOLDERS'
A moL'tltnr of Ilin ufnt-i,.,i.i......
tliu llonokau Sntrar Company will lio
lifld at thu olllco of Mumsi-h. b A
Scliacfor & Co. In Honolulu on I-'rl-day,
tho 11th Inst., at 10 o'clock a. in.
fortlie following purposes:
4. iii tonsttior uio acceptance of tho
amendment of tho charter of tho com
pany granted by the Minister of tho
Interloron Aiiku49, 1808. authorl.liiL'
tllO increase of tint cnnlfnl ut,,l, l n.?.
coiuimny to the sum of 81,00.1,000.
2. To consider tho ndvlsublllty of In
orcaslng tho capital stock of the coin-
iniiijr m uuuoruanco wuii tiio authority
coiiferretl by said amendment.
i i-i iii-iiui, 11. ilENJES,
tt , . Seurotury.
Honolulu, Oct, 0, 1893. 1035-6t
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Improved and niodorn SCCJAR MA-
u";:w" ' every capacity and des
cription niiido to order. Holler work
mm an isnsu I'liu-a for Irrigation
ntirtlOHCM II Htnninll.. Tlni..t....i... ...,..
lon paid to JOIt WORK, and repairs ox-
"".'. " niiuiiuni IIUUCO. lOjS
Of Los Angeles, Cal., has located In
Honolulu, on Fort street, opposlto tho
"Fire House." Diseases diagnosed.
No questions asked; no medicine
Consultation free. A brief history of
ancient and modern healing given to
callers, or sent free 'to any mldross.
Gould Not Sleep
Suffered With Dyspopsla and Un
ablo to Do HorWork-Complotoly
Curod by Hood's Sarsaparllla.
"I Buffered with dyspepsia and could
not do any kind ol housework. I was
very norvous and could not sleep. I
heard so much about Hood's Sarsaparllla
that I bought a bottle. I found It gave
mo relief and I bought six bottles. Whon
I had takon them I was cured. I can now
do my housework and can sleep well at
night." Makik Hames, 1730 Prospect
Avenue, Helena, Montana.
"I havo found Hood's Sarsaparllla ex
cellent for building up and strengthening
tho system when It Is In a run down or
exhausted condition," Mntl. Saraii M.
BnooK, Rod Lodge, Montana.
If you havo decided to tako Hood's Sar
aaparllla do not bo Induced to buy any
other. Get Hood's and only Hood's.
HOOD S parilla
Is tho llest-ln fact tho Ono Truo Blood Purl
fler. Bold by all ilrtiKRlslj. (1, six tores.
u.-Ji- rj!ii act harmoniously with
nOOCl S FlIIS Hood's Sarsaparllla. c.
For additional Shipping News see seventh pace.
Diamond Hvntl Signal Station, Out
8, 1 ii ill Wuiithur uluur, wind frc.th
AWathor Bureau, Pinmlioii, Oct 8.
Toiniioruturo Morning inhilnuiiii,
7.'!; Mitliluy iimxlninin, 82.
HarotiiL'tur, 0 a in, 30.12. Rainfall,
tlo, 0., In.
Humidity 71 iiur cunt
Friday, Oct 7.
Am hktuo Eureka, Palsen, from
Stmr Mlkahala, Thompson, from
Stmr Lehua. Jlennett. from Molokal
Saturday, Oct 8.
Haw lik Manna Ala, Smith, from
Erlday, Oct 7.
Ilr S S Iolanl, McClurO, for Hong,
Ilr sp General Gordon, "Warrall, for
Saturday, Oct 8.
Am lik Albert, Grllllths, for San
Tho Amonrnn lvirk Albert,
Grillitba id 'iter, sailed for Sim
FrnneiBco this foronoon.
Tho Mnuuit Ala has anchorod
in tho stream. She will haul
nloncsido to discharco ou Mon
Mort Tuft of tho Mnuna Loa
has not boeu ou a vacation, but
h8 boon attending to business ou
Tho Iolani went out nnd an
chored off port yestorday after
noon so that thero micht bo no
danger ot any 01 tho crowdesort
iug. Tho captain will finish
his business nnd sail today for
The Kauikoaouli sailed for Ko
holalele today, taking along a full
cargo of general merchandise
Sho has just iiniehed with her ro
pairs tjihI cleaning. Tho schoon
er Moi Wahino will como off tho
marine railway today to Bail next
week f iv Koholalele.
ltlort of the Mnmiii Aln.
Tho fast Hawaiian bark Mauna
Ala, William Smith mastor, ar
rived in port this morning aftor a
splendid run of a littlo ovdr 10J
days from tho Farallones. Had it
it not boon for calms tho vessol
would havo been in two days ago.
Following is a full report kindly
furnished by Captain Smith:
Sept BUtu, lott tug Doat at light
ship, 1pm; wind light south;
midnight, wind light west. Vory
B7th at 5 a in, south 1'arallono,
boariug north. Distanco 1G miles,
wind Btroug iN w. JNoon, distanco
from San Francisco, 05 miles.
28th strong N W wind through
out 21 hours. Distance run 21
milos, 27C miles.
2i)th strong N W winds. Dis
tance run 21 hours, 217 milos.
oOth strong N V winds. Dibs
tanco run 21 hours, 205 miles.
Oct 1st wind N E frosh. Dis
tance ruu 21 hours, 150 miles.
2nd wind N E fresh. Distance
run 21 hours, 150 milos.
3rd wind N E fresh. Distance
run 21 hours, 197 milos.
4th wind E N E frosh. Distanco
run 21 hours, 210 miles.
5th wind E N E fresh. Distanco
run 21 hours, 210 milos.
Gth wind E N E fresh. DiBtanco
run 21 hours, 187 miles.
7th wind E N E fresh. Distanco
run 21 hours, 180 miles.
To 8 p m, distance run, G5 miles.
Distanco run from San Francis
co, 2111 miles.
At 8 p m on 7th, ship hovo to
off Makapuu point. Time from
Farallones, 10 days 15 hours.
Cargo, 1112 tons genoral cargo
and 190 hogs on deck, All woll.
C1TV Ol' COI.UMIIIA.
AVIien llecreosnri. VllPtl Cnsci Will Oo tn
Judge Perry hoard in his olllco
this morning tho application of
the steamship Oity of Columbia to
havo a bond fixed for her roloaso.
Counsol in all tho casos decided in
tho Circuit Court woro hoard.
Judgo Perry ordered that tho pro
vuiliug parties lilo decroos, when
tho cases may bo appealed to tho
Supremo Court. Whon thoy como
before tho Supromo Court, that
tribunal will havo tho fixing of
the security for rolensiug tho
Ni:W ICNCll, AMI IIAKKUV.
I'oimliir Homo lias Taken Ne,v I,cno
Tho Now England Bakory and
Candy Co. Such is tho namo of
tho now store, 21 and 2G Ilotol
street that has takon tho place
of what use.d to bo Horn's
bakery, established in 18G'I.
James Lutted, tho man
ager and part owner in tho con
cern, is on oxporionced man in tho
business who i'b up to dato in
everything pertaining to his lino
Tho placo has boon ontiroly ro
fitted aud is moBt scrupulously
uoot in every particular. Tho
large and privato rooms aro neatly
arranged. Sixty pooplo can be
accommodated at ono timo.
Twelve experienced men aro at
work in tho shop to tho roar and
tho now company has facilities for
turning out 1000 loaves of bread
and a ton and a half of candv each
day. Wholesalo orders for broad
nnd candy from this nnd tho othor
islands, aro solicited. The com
pany guarantoeB to deliver goodn
at a price that cannot bo duplicated
Mr. Lutted says ho will always
bo ready to furnish tho finest of
wedding cakes, all the latest styles
of ico cream, ices, sherbets, cold,
driuks Buch as Eoman punch
clr.ret tokay, etc., broad, rolls,
pastry, doughnuts, tho best of
coffee and chocolato and othor
JimVKV IIHSTAUUANT MHNU.
Wlmt (lie Popiilnr i:(linf llou.o Will
Ulvn It Pntroiifl Toiuorross'.
Tho following is tho bill of faro
at the Dowoy Restaurant, cornor
of Berotania and Fort streets, to
morrow, Sunday, Oct. 9:
Lobster a in Franco. Potatoes SpaliMi.
Hiked Mullet u la Creole.
Oyster Patties a la Kino.
Pottctl Mutton a la Godard.
Ilralzcd Kolado lloef a la Kloheleu.
Log of Pork Gorman Style.
Voal a la tug lalso.
Prlmo lleof un gun.
Swoot Corn ft la Cromo Mashod Potatoes
English Plum Pudding llnuulySauco.
Ico Cream and Cakes.
II. in: Jii:iib, Chof.
La ml Hole.
Harry Armitago, auctioneer for
J. F. Morgau, at tho Judiciary
building this morning sold an
undivided ono-third interest in
sixty-ono thousandths of an acre
at Kikihalo, Honolulu. It belong
ed to Louis Richards Rosa, a
minor, aud was Bold by order of
Joseph Rosa, guardian, duly
author)?, a by tho (Jircuit Court.
David Kuapa wob tho buyor for
m 9 m
O. llrcwcr & Oo. Mil.
, At a mooting of stockholders of
0. Browor & Co. Ltd. thiB morn
ing, it was unanimously voted to
inn.rnnnn til n nnnitnl ntnnk from
SG00.000 to S1,000,000, and to in-
oroaso tho rosorvo iunu to cuUU,
000. A cash dividond of 3 per
cent a montu tor tuo nuartor was
Tho Kickapoo Medicine Com
pany still continuo to ontortain
thousands under tho lanai at tho
cornor of Boretania and Alakoa
H. W. Schmidt & Sons havo a
counter of Kauwila wood and
othor furniture for salo. Soo New
Fred. W. Wundonborg, former
Postmaster Qoneral and a political
oxilo of 1895, will roturn to his
old Honolulu homo in Docembor.
Lato papers by tho Mauna Ala
givo no news of tho timo tho Ma
nila expedition will leavo San
Champion Blood Purifier
I'rolmlily nil of our reader knowsomc
lliliiK of floorgo W. Walker, ot 137 Ilotirke
HI., Hurry Hills, Sidney, N.8. W. lln gl ps us
ti'ls unusual and most rcmarkablo oxpeil.
"After lielnB n victim to typliot.1, lirnlnnnd
rlieuniallo fovcrs la ik2, my system was left
In a ilclillilateil condition, Hosldes Im-Iiib
jery weak I li.id limnorousnlisressesnntlii,
lower part of my hack nnd splno In.m whlcli
n great number of plccos of I. one wero taken.
As fast ns: nn al.scess would appear and n
lanced nuotlicr would form. 1 as treated nS
two dlflcrent liospltals wllliont success, tin,
surgeons In nttendftneo Informing me that I
was sullcrlngfrom blond poisoning. Tho abs
cesses continued to form and Iwas never
without pain until sx. mouths ago I was
Induced to try
Irnprovcntetit nnd after nnlslilns tnclic hot
ties I now feel ns well ns ever 1 did In my life.
Tho old abscesses ha, o. -ill healed, new ones
hayo ecased to come and my health Is spleii
...,, "Core using the Sirs..p.ii1lu uelglu-il
1M lbs., ni. I now niter using 'i doren bottles
jny weight Is :im p.s. is not .his a "uri sign
Jli.it I liaynl ii fivi'.g the champion Oluod
purlflcr of the woii.i"
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.,
Solo Agents for tlm ltopulillu of Hawnlt.
A Counter of Kauwila wood.
A large Safe (a small one will
be taken on account.)
12 large Tables.
H. W. Schmidt & Sons.
Monday, October 10, '98.
AT 11 A. M.
At tho Htoro of MISSUS. II. HACK
Pi:i.l) ,V CO., Ltd., corner of Eortand
Queen streets, Honolulu, I will sell at
public auction for account of whom It
damaged by salt water ox Cierinaii Hark
" PAUL ISENUKKO," Joli. Wulirmann,
lliasthr, on voyago of Inuiortntlon from
H. II ,t Co.
S. .V T.
No. TOGO J cuso plain jialvanlzcd Iron,
18 shoots, o!x2ix!!Kl, 111111, iStJ
No. 00 U 1 caso plain galviinl.ctl Iron.
10 shoots, 8lx24xlMa, llllll, 230
No. 9029 1 easo plain galvanlzod Iron.
Ill shoots, 81x21x210, 11 2:10 lbs.
No. 0020 I case plain galvanized Iron,
15 shoots, 81x24x24G, 11211 lbs.
No. 0027 1 caso plain galviinlod iron,
15 shoots, 84x21x240, 11 208 lbs.
No. 0010 1 caso plain galvanized iron,
"5 ttlinnlH. R Wlvjfi t .i-u ,,.
t ' J'"
II. II. ,t Co.
S. A T.
No. 8005-8101 1 Hosts round tubs.
No. 8105.10, 5 nosts oval tubs.
II. II. it Co.
S. it T.
No. 78:)5-59 0 do., galvanlzod httcliots,
No. 7870-89 4 do, galvanlzod buckets,
No. 7890-029 3 do, galvanized buckets,
12 In. '
No. 79'iO-bO i doz. galvanized bttckot
13 In. '
No. 7090-8049-2 doz. galvanlzeil buck-
ots, 11 in.
No. 80.V-U1 2 tloz. galvanlzod buckets,
TKKMS: Cash in U. S. Gold Colli.
JAS. V. jrOHQAN,
Honolulu, Oot. S, 1893.
Koguhir Mooting of tho Palanui
Co-oporatlvo Grocery Co. Ltd., will
bo hold at the rooms of tho Salvation
Army over tho I. X. L. Auction
KooniH on Friday evening tho Uth
Inst., at 7 o'clock.
Full attendance of tho Stockholders
Is requested as business of Importance
is to bo considered.
. , . . Secretary.
Honolulu, Oct. 7, 1898. 1035-7fc
Thoro will he a meoting of offi.
cora of tho N. G. H. Monday even
inp, to conaidfr tho ball to bo
given to tho U. S. A. Officers.
BS -. !
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