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I JUST ARRIVED: J
? Chamber Suites, ?
J Chiffonieres, J
? Wardrobes, ?
f China Closets, ?
e JjAiciiiJiuii lauicis
I Library p Parlor Tables J
BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS.
BETHEL AND HOTEL SIKbbld. W
AVo Ikivo just received,
Jijiu roofing, ulso the screws and -washers used to put it on
Pig and Sheet Lead.
A lot received by snnio vessol. Also, Huhbuclc's
Oils and Loads, Chain, Yellow Motal, Chain Blocks,
Anvils, Tubs, liuokots, etc.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Limited,
Corner "Fort and Kimr Streets.
On Consignment, per Schooner Aloha
12 STRONG, WELL BROKEN
Advance orders taken at
s o n xj :vr a. nxr jes
Carriage and Harness Repository
Fout s-rtEirr, ahovk Cr.vn Staiii.ks
SSTIslaud orders promptlv lllleil.
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.
por "lsonl.org," ji lot of this
yr pW.i lull-i otmift Kill be InitrlcJ at Iftcnll
VS2 J linefrtt inurlwit; lo ttnl iceon.1 lilttr
thn, 10 ettU .1 v.(ck ,itf. ,) centt .1 month. lift it the
cbc !( iijverh ting titr cjftreJ Ite ptopll of Honolulu
AN 1 1 l looorcrscinsiobuv KICKAI'OO MfclT-
ANTED A rooJ. smart store girl. Apply at
New Lngianj tiakery, noiei street, mn
ANTED-A cooJ scconJ-hanJ TELESCOPE
Apply al Uulletin omce. ioj7-ji
3ROI LOMHAKD vvlshe. ROOM In exclunfre lor
Trench Lessons. Uulletin oftice. ioj?
UANTED ScconJ-hinJ Oak Del-room Set. AJ
VV Jress L. Al . Uulletin office, stating price.
llANTED-Party with $. ' Invest In a (rtlt
V eJice proposition. A bonanza for the rlRht
party No trlflers. Address R. P., Uulletin office.
COTTAGE lurnlsheJ (or a party of four, with
HoarJ. at the QUEEN IIOTLL Telephone 8og
Postoflice box 749 ' .lojj-iw
FRANK Meet me at the Kkkapoo hnw to-nlitht
Our entire family Is RolnR. AlAV. ioj$-iw
fO LET foik" furnlsheJ cottaces, centrally locateJ
I Address A. t).. Uulletin oflice. to)-iw
FOR RENT Ato-storvCottaEe. from the ist of
November, situated at Punaliou; desirable loca
tion Gear, Lansing & Co. toji-iw
PR SALE A House and Lot at Maklkl. lot 80 x
200. Iifct mauka of E W. Peterson's residence.
uear, Lansing & 01. , iojj-iw
WANTEtJ A young man from the States, In com
fortable circumstances, desires to form acquain
tance of an affable ntinc lady; object matrimony
no trlflers. Address X. X Uulletin office. 10J4-1W
I.YES examined and tested free; classes for de
li fectlve sight. S. E Lucas, Love bulld'g. iojj-iw
WANTED Furnished collage, accommodating
four. Walklkl preferred. Address D. K. I. .
Uulletin office. ioi)-iw
TANTLD Masters and Mates to low that Cap
' tain De Greaves Is giving lessons In Naviga
tion preparatory to examination by Local Marine
TANTED 500 Men to get Shaved for 1 J cents, at
' oioj Tort street, opposite the Club Stables.
ioi-tf II. JEFI S, Proprietor.
I?OR SALE New Veilings and Spangled Quills.
I1 at Mrs. llama's. 1031-11
I?OR SALE iouo rrnuled early-fruiting Micro
1 neslan COCOAM'TS (ex .Morning Star). Also,
Palms, Perns, greenhouse and bedding plants. II. J
RHODES, 717 King street, opposite Kawalahao Sem
Inary. 10.16-1 m
'"pO LET Furnished house, Ave rooms and kitchen,
1 Punchbowl near Lmma strict.
Uergersen, Hethel street
Arply to Mr.
A Counter of Kauwila wood.
A large Safe (a small one will
be taken on account.)
12 large Tables.
H. W. Schmidt & Sons.
Honokaa Sugar Co.
A nit'cUntf of the Htockholdurs of
tliu Ilonokau SiiKn- Company will bo
lit'lil ut tho olllco of It'Hsru. F. A.
Scliaufcr & Co. In Honolulu 011 Fri
day, tho Uth lust., ut 1U o'cloclc a. m.
forthu following purposes:
1. To consider tho ucucptaucu of tho
uiuouilnicnt of tho rhartor of tho com
pany granted by tho Minister of tho
Interior on AllKUKti;!), lb!lS,tiuthorlzlug
tho increase of the capital stock of tho
company to tlio sum of 81,(0 ,000.
L'. To consider the mlvNablllty of In
creashig tho capital stock of tho com
pany In accordance with thouuthorlty
conferred by said amendment.
Per order, H. ItENJKS,
Honolulu, Oct. 0, 1808. liUo-Gt
Iron and Brass
MADE TO ORDER QUICKLY
In all Its
J. T. LUND,
Uniou Street (Bell Tower).
r"Lleht Machine Work promptly done,
FOR SALE, CHEAP,
With a 2-ltorso powor UNION
flASOLTNK EN'aiNK.unil ull iioiiKs.iry
Metros, Swltchos, ote In flrst-cltss rim
niinr ordor: sttnio can bo easily rim bv
any servant In a very short tinio. Tho
colls cannot lmeklo or short circuit.
For furthor Information apply at tho
Hawallau Kloctrlo Co. 1037-tf
Of Los Angeles, Oil., has located In
Honolulu, on Fort street, opposite tho
"Flro 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 address.
H. I., OCTOBER
which Is ouo ot tho worst at
Dictions ot tho human raco, and
comes from Impuro blood.
a torment to tho flesh, a dis
figurement to tho body, and a
drain on tho system, also duo
to vitiated blood.
which so disflguro tho skin, and
innko tho human faca divlno
anything but a thing ot beauty,
but which aro Nature's adver
tisement ot foul blood.
Is tho tiost-ln fact tlio One Truo Illooil Purifier.
Bold by all druggists. $1; six for $3.
Hnntl's Pillc nct harmoniously with
I IUUU S riMS n00(1.a sarsaparilU.
I or additional Shipping News see seventh page
Diamond Head Signal Station. Oct
1J, 1 p in Weather cloudy, wlndlght
Weather Bureau, l'uimhou, Oct 12.
Temperature Morning minimum,
71; Midday maximum, Si?.
llaromcter. I) n m. :I0.07. Rainfall.
do, 0.02 in.
Humidity 01 por cent
Tuesday, Oct 11.
llr hk llutcslilrc, Swinton, from
Newcastle X S W.
Wednesday, Oct 12.
OSS Mariposa, Hayward, from
1 2 S S City of Pckluir. .TTrcnmlne
Hmltn, from Kan Francisco.
Am hk Arago, Perry, from Port
Stmr AVnlaleale, Mosher, from
Wednesday, Oct 12.
) S S Maripos.i, Haywanl, for San
Francisco at 2 p in.
P M S S City of Peking, J Trcnmtno
Smith, for China anil Japan at 12
Vi:S8KL8 LEAVING! TOMOltltOW.
Stmr Walaleale, Mosher, for Ka
huku anil Punaluti at il a m.
Tho Upolu is oil port as tho
liui.Lr.TIN goes to press.
Tlio Annio M Campbell sails
for tho Sound in ballast today.
Tho eclioonor Maweema bepjan
diecharging at Allon t llobiuson's
Tho Star of Italy is taking on
balllnet. Sho will bo ready to
sail in a day or eo.
Tho Lady for Koolau and that
tuo Concord for JVlolokai ports,
both sail this afternoon.
From Onhu ports, por stmr
Waialealo, Oct, 121852 bags
sugar for CBtlo & Cooko.
Tho City of Peking has 8500,000
aboard. Sho has 00 tons of gen
eral merchandiao for this port.
Tho Harvester is at Wildor's
wharf. The .1 Ii Brown has takon
Lor place it tho Pacific Mail
wharf, whi sho will discharge.
Tho Ani'iican bark Arago, Per
ry master, arrivod in port this
forenoon, after nsplomlid trip of 1G
days from Capo Flattery. Sho
has aboard 104,2G3 feet of lumber
from Port Blakoly for tho O L &
B Co. Captain Perry is accom
panied by his wife. A Miss Palm
er is tho other passoncor.
I,'ti) Nlllpiilllir 'esv.
S'-pt 20 Schr Endeavor in Port
Gnmblo from Honolulu; sailed,
br sp Liulithgowshiro for Hono
lulu. Sept 27 Bk Annio Johnson,
from Ililo; bktns S G Wildor and
W W Dimond, bg J V Sprockels
from Honolulu, iu San Francisco.
Sopt 29 Arrivod in Port Town
eond. echr Okanogan from Port
Gamble for Honolulu; sailed, schr
Okanogan for Honolulu.
Sept 30 Arrived in Port Town
send, schr Esther Buhno, from
Oct 4 Arrived in Now York,
ship J B "Walkor, from Kobo via
llookvil for 9Iarliota.
The following nro booked for
the Mariposa: Mrs E F King, F
W Dickson, G S Smith, J B
Robertson, E M Smith, Martin
Smith. Miss Allen, Judge Drear,
Mrs CBS, Mrs E B Cousius, D
E Brown, Miss T E Brown, Miss
EG Brown, A W Meyer, Geo W
Snoncer, Phil Hersch, T Uoslona,
W 0 Aohi. Oapt Z L Tannor, E E
Honry, W O King, W M Alexan
der, Lieut Orowoll, S Strozynski,
OG Ballentyno, It Halstead, E
Ualstoad and wife, T ii Tracy, Y
G Smith. W G Wallace. O B Kip-
ley, J P McCarthy, N W Sohwat
and LlrliU Emerson.
Clmrirr Hie Centetinlnt.
Soattlo, Oct. 1. The steamer
Oontonnia, now at Sau Francisco,
was chartered by tho Seattle and
Honolulu Steamship Company to
tako tuo run of the Uity of Colum
bia, which is hold at Honolulu by
Tho Cuntennial will sail from
hero October 8th, accompanied by
a member of tho company, who
will socurotuo release of tuo City
of Columbia on bonds, aftor which
a bimonthly service will bo estab
lished botween Puget Souud and
tho Hawaiian Islands.
Nicoly furnished rooms at the
Popnlar Houso, 164 Fort street,
from S1.00 por week up.
Amoricau Messenger Service
MnBonio Temple. Tclephono
Dr. J. T.Wayson will bo In 1i.hoi.1cc
from anil after October liltli. Hours
0-1 1 a. iu., 2-4 mill 7-8 p. m. 10.10-1 w
The Annual Meeting
Of tho Honolulu Library and Heading
uooins Association will DO Held at liioir
hiilldlng Frltlay nost, October llth,nt
TlHO 1). Ill . for the nlnetion of Truslnes
autl tlio traliMctlou of other Important
business. II. A. PAltMl.I.I.K.
Tenders for Sohool Build
Sealed tenders for tho construction of
any one or all of Four Two-room School
Ituildlugs to bo oroetod In Kaapnlm,
Haniakti.i, Hawaii; in Kutwlkl, Hllo,
Hawaii, Iu Knlnpann. Puna, Hawaii;
and in Honokohitti, Kona, Hawaii, ios
poctlvely, v III bo rocolvod at tlio olllco
of tho Department of Public Instruction
until noon on MONDAY, October 21,
189S, buildings to bo completed on or
before the 2-Uh day of Deeombor, 1S08.
Plans and sivceillcatlonM may ho soon
at tho olllco of tho Department of Public
Instruction, Honolulu; at tho olllco of
Mr. Ii. Sovoranco, Hllo, and at tho
olllccs of tho School Agents of tlio dis
tricts in which tlio buildings aro to ho
The Minister does not bind Iiimsolf to
accept tho lowest or any hid.
1II.NUY K. COOPI.lt,
Minister of Public Instruction,
This trnct having boon plat
tod is now roady for sale,
and wo offer tho public an
opportunity of procuring
delightful residence sitos at
Situated in tho district of
Honolulu, about throo miles
from tho contor of tho city,
with finomacadamizod roads
loading to it, and on tho lino
of tho now Electric Stroot
Railway ; at nn plevation
overlooking Kapiolani Park,
tho ocoan, tho city.and Pearl
Loohs, it fs, without oxcop
tipn, tho healthiest and most
picturesquo of our city su
burbs. Sanio is laid out with
streets each CO foet wide,
oach lot containing 15,000
square feet, 100 x 150 and
75 x 200, which wo offer at
S100 each, on paymonts of
$100 cash and balanco in
monthly installments of S25.
Those desiring to visit tho
propei ty will ho personally
attended and conveyed to
and from samo by making
engagements at our oflico,
whoro further information
will bo furnished, and whoro
a map of tho tract can bo
210 KING- ST.
Tho Young Mon's Research Club will
hold Its ilrst regular mooting on Friday
avouing of this week at 7:30 l'.M.,ln tlio
n.irlors of the Central Union Church.
Papors will ho road hy Messrs, Taylor,
Parko and Ilobson on tho (iovoriiinonts
of District of Columbia, American Ter
ritories and Uritish Colonies, Tho moot
ing will opoli promptly ot 7:30. 1038--U
Pit. WOOD HAS RKMOVKD HIS
Itesidonco to Thurston Avenue Tho
Ofllces on Horetanla sticot aro rotalllod.
Olllco hours after October 15th will be:
0 to 11 a. iu.; 2 to I p. m.; 7:.'I0 to 8:30
p. m. Sundays: 0 to ll a. in, only.
Olllco Telephone No. (112.
Rosldonce Tolophono No. 831. 1038-1 w
Did you ever see one? It Is m playful and
harmless as a kitten. You might have one
with you for weeks and not suspect danger.
Cut, beware I Some day it will surely
spring, and the fight for life is at hand.
It it Just so with a cough. You may carry
one with you for weeks and not think of
danger. Put the danger Is there. Somo day
tho fight will bo on, and it Is a question which
will win, Consumption or You.
promptly cures all baby coughs: but It can
lot always cure tho full grown coughs of the
most advanced stages of disease Yet even
here It will bring comfort and case. Then
use It early for acute colds, coughs, bron
chitis and nil pulmonary troubles.
neware of elieap Imltittlon. Pee tint llm
nimo, Ayer't rhnrry lvotornl.l Mown In Urn
-ln ot each bottle, l'ut up lu largo and ainalt
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.,
Solo Agonts for tho Ropubllo of Hawaii.
Lodge Le Progres do l'Oceaiiie, No. 124,
A. ,V A. S. RITK.
Thero will bo u simc-lal meeting of
Lodge Lo Progros No. 1, A. and A. S.
Ilito, at Its hull. MunomIi. 'r,mi,i
THI-l (Wcdnosdaj) KVKNINli, Oc
tober llitli, ut -.'IMoVioi Ii.
ffOIIK IN THUtli DICUHKK.
Mrnnliers of Iliiwulhiii I.i.il.r,, iin,.
Lodge ami all vlslllng lirn.liron are cor
dlully Invited to be present.
y older of the it. W. M.
035 II. O. CRAIIlli:, Secretary.
lly vlrturo of a Writ of execution Is
sued out of tlio CIRCUIT COURT of tho
MUST JUDICIAL ClItCUIT. Itmiiiblli!
of Hawaii, on tho 11th day of October.A.
u. isus, against WILLIAM 1CAAPA do
fondant, nud in favor of KAULUKOA
mid Pirrilil NUN11S, plalntllls, for tho
sum of POHTY-KOPR 20-101) DOLLARS
$11.20, I havo lovied upon and shall
oxposo for Mlo at tho STATION HOUSK,
Kiiluknim Halo, in tho District of Hono
lulu, Island of Oahu, Hawalhin Islands,
lit 12 o'clock noon of WKDNKSDAY, tho
0th day of November, A. I). lbl)s, to tlio
lilghost bidder, till tho right, title and
intorost of tlio said defendant, William
Kmipj, ill and to tlio following describod
proiKirty, uiilosssiichJiidiinont. Inlor-
ost, costs, ami my exponses ho previous
ly paid, viz:
1. A U Intorost in that certain nlern
of land sltuatod at Kullilliand Malulhia,
vtiuiiinimlo, District of Koolaupoko, Isl
and of Oahu, and more fullv do.serllm.l
In Royal Patont No. 332, L. C. A. 235, to
luiniiionul, William Knapa, defondant,
being entitled to an intorost in said land
hyvlrtuo of his boing anholrto Polo
klni w, docoasod. and also hv ilnml
dated Juiiuary 21, A. I). 1893, oxocuted
oy ivaniiiwuiiia Ik and recorded in Llh
or 170. Pago 1(19.
2. A Vt Intorost in and to that cor
taln liloco of land sltuatod at 1'nlm on.i
Ahlkl, Walmanalo, District of Koolau
poko, Island of Oahu, and moro fully
describod iu Royal Patent No. lul, iJt c.
A. 4502, to Piia, Win. Kaapa, defendant,
being ontitled to s.Ud lntorest in said
land by virtue of his being an Iiolr of
Pcloklnl w, tloeoasod. ami W h.n.l
dated Jwiiiary 21, A. I). 18US, oxocutod
oy Kaaiawalila k, and worded lu
Liber 170, Pago 109.
3. All of that piece of land sltuatod at
Knee, Walmanalo, District of Kooi.m.
poko, Island of Oahu, and moro fully
ueaenuou iu uoyal 1'atont No. 511, L. O.
A. 211, to IIoiiMo, Will. Kaani. .Infn...
dant, holnxc'ui.llod.thorotoby virtuo of
a uoeti ii.tti'il January 21, A. D, 1808
executed bj Kai.iiiwiihhi, and reeordod
in Lllwr 1711, I'ao DM.
I. A Mmeio-t lu tint certain pieeo
of land situated ut Kiipu-W, Wiilnianalo,
District of ICuolaiipoko, l,i.ind of Oahu
and moie fully des i,t., j.,)ya, j,a'
tout No. 552, L. C. .v. 2J5, to Kidlll, said
Win. Kaapa, dcVntlaiit, lmlug ontitled
thoieto by Mrtu. of n deed dated Janu
ary 21, A. D., 1MW, from Kaalawahla,
(k), and recorded lu l.U,0r 17,1 ilun
1U0. ' H
Tho right, tltlo, ami iniercst, of the
said Win. Kaapa, defendant, in and to
tho abovo deserllied piomlsos will x
sold subject to a Mortgage to S. K. Kauo
dated February I, A. I)., 18DS, and ro'
corded in Liber 171, Pago .15(1 and 357
CHAUL1-S V. OHILLINIJWOltTH.
Ropuhllo of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Oahu, Oct. 12, g!)8.