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THE EVENING BULLETIN:
H. I., OCTOBER 13, 1898.
H K Y KhJ
JUST ARRIVED :
Chamber Suites, ?
Side Boards, I
China Closets. ?
? Library $ Parlor Tables J
y Chairs, Etc. f
m BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS.
AVo hiivo just rocoivcil, per "Jsonborg," a lot of this
Jino roofing, also the si-rows and washers used to put it on
Pig and Sheet Lead.
A lol received by same vcssol. Also, Hubbuck's
Oils and Loads, Obain, Yollow Motal, Chain Blocks,
Anvils, Tubs, Buckets, etc.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Limited,
Corner Fort and Kins Streets.
As wo hinted last week, rubber of all kinds has ad
vanced in price, with a probability of still anothor jump of
sovoral points. Until the stock on hand is exhausted,
THE P1UOE OF lllIBBEtt TIKES WILL NOT BE
RAISED. GET YOUll RUBBElt TIltES XOW, BE
JfOllE WE ARE VOltOED BY OIROUMST ANDES
TO ASK YOU A 1IIGHEB PJUOE.
JS O H XJ 3VE -3L TST "
Carriage and Harness Repository
tdrislunri orders promptly filled.
We have just received another shipment of those
handsome 1APERIAL, JR., WHEELS.
The strongest and lightest running child's bicycle
1 PEARSON &
312 FORT ST.
FH T Ti n 1 1
Tlr,' SlflVvlr. ?
.Foiit Ktitiurr, aiiovk Ci.un Btaiii.i:s.
yVJii in tbn column will be interteJ at leentt
VyS a tine first tmertwn; to eentt teeond inter
tion, to ttntt a week an I n eenli a month. lbtt it tbe
ebe ipeit a twrtiung ever offered tbe people of Honolulu
WANTLD Situation byantnglnecr anJmichlnlst
can Ja hit own repairing on pipe fmlnj anJ
boiler making Country position prelerreJ AJJress
A N P., Bulletin. io4o-at
WANTED iooopenon to buy KICKAPOO MED
WANTED A eooJ jeconJ-hanJ
Apply at Dulletln office.
T ANTLI Matters anJ Mate to know that Can
't t till. lie Greavet l clvlnc letsons In Naviga
tion preparatory to examination by Local Marine
Alf ANTED s Men to Ret ShaveJ (or 15 eents, at
I f 610SS Tort street, opposite the Club Stables
II JLI IS, Proprietor.
COTTAiE lurnUheJ lor a party ol (our, with
IloarJ.attheQUELN IIOTLl. Tclephoneftio
Postoftice box 749 1015-tw
TO LET lour (urnlsheJ cottages centrally locateJ
AJJressA II., Dulletln oftice iojj-iw
FOK RENT A two-story Cottage, from the 1st ol
Noember, sltuateJ at Punahou, desirable loca
tion. Gear. Lansing & Co ioj-tw
M'0 LLT furnWie.1 hnu. live rooms anJ kitchen
1. Punchbowl near Lmma street
Apply to Air.
llergerstn. llethel street.
nOI SALE One kooJ ClevelanJ Wheel,
L Alikea Street Mouse, between 4 anJ
5 o clock
COR SALE A House anJ Lot at Maklkl, lot lot
I aoo. lust mjuka o( L. W. Peterson's residence
(.ear Lansing & Co.
I70R SALE New Veilings anJ Spangled Quills,
l1 at Mrs llanna's. lojt-tl
IOR SALE 1000 sprouted early-lrultlng Mlcro
1 neslan COCOANUTS (ex Morning Star). Also,
Palms Terns, greenhouse and bedding Plants. H J
RIIODLS, ?tr King street, opposite kawalahao Sem
PLENTY Patriotic Papeterlcs, Popular Prices
Golden Rule llaiaar, Tort street. 1040-iw
FRANK Meet me at the Klckapoo show to-night
Our entire (ami!) Is going MAY. ioj$ -tw
WANTED A young man (rora the States, In com
fortable circumstances, desires to form acqualn
tince of an affable voung lady; object matrimony,
notrltlers, Address X X., tlulletln ofnee. ioji-iw
A Counter of Kauwila wood.
A large Safe (a small one will
be taken on account.)
12 large Tables.
H. W. Schmidt & Sons.
OF HTOCICIIOLD KItS'
A muutiiiK 'f tlio Htockliolilurs of
thu HnuuUuu Sugar Company will bi
held lit thu olllco of Alvmrs. F. A.
Suluiufor .t Co. In Hotioliilttoii Fri
day, the 14th ln.Ht., at 10 o'clock a. 111.
for the following purposes:
1. To consider thu acceptance of the
anieiiilment of thu cliartcr of thu cotn
ptmy (,'rnnti'il liy the Minister of thu
the Increase of thu capital stock of thu
company to the hiiiii of 1,()0 ',000.
2. To consider the advisability of In
creasing the capital stock of the com
pany in accordance with the authority
coufurrcil by suit! umendinent.
Pit order, H. KUN.TKS,
Honolulu, Oct. 0, 189S. 1035-6t
Iron and Bra$s
MADE TO ORDER QUICKLY
flcBicycle Repairing ln tt,.,
Union Stroot (Bell To -or).
B"Llgtit Macklne Work prom,tly4je.
FOR SALE, CHEAP,
With n 2-liorno lmwor UNION
(JASOUNK EN(lINi:,uiKl all iioioss.iry
Motros, Hwitchos, oto., In llrat-olass rini
nlnp; orilorj kuiio can bu easily run by
uny Horvuiit In 11 vury Hhort timo, The
coin cannot inieklo or Hliort circuit.
For furtliur Information apply at the
Hawaiian Kloctrlc Co. 1037-tf
Of Los Angeles, Cal., lias loeatetl In
Honolulu, on Fort Htreet, opposite tho
"Flro House." Dlsenses diagnosed.
No questions Rsked j no medicine.
Consultation free. A hricf history of
ancient and modern healing given to
callers, or sent free to any address.
Rhoumntlsm, Kldnoy Troublos and
Sick Hvndncho tho Results Doc
tored for Yoars Without Rollof.
" My blood was out of order, and I bo-
pan taking Hood's Sarsaparllla. It has
puriflod my blood and relieved mo of
rheumatism, kidney trouble and sick
headaches. I have been adllctcd with
thoso difficulties for years. I am now abfo
to do a good day's work. Ilheumatism has
troubled mo slnco I was a child, but I am
now entirely well." Miss Pheodh Bai
ley, Dos 410, Fasadona, California.
" I havo aufforcd from tho effects of ltn
puro blood, boils, pimples, etc., for flvo
years. I have tried various remodlcs with
out relief and finally purchased sir bot
tles ol Hood's Sarsaparllla. Tho bolls
and pimples havo all disappeared slnco I
began taking this mcdlclno. I am now
entirely curod." Lours Thomas, 1413
11th Btroot, Oakland, California.
Is the best In fact thoOno True Illood l'url
fler. All druggists. I, six for $3. Oct Hood's.
Hood's puis uabrircUcvfl,'c,iaLab&ro-
Tor aiJItional Shipping News see seventh page.
Diamond Hunt! Signal Station, Oct
13, 1 p 111 Weather clear, wind Ight
Weather Bureau, Piinnlinii. Oct 13.
Teniiiurnturo Morning niliiiniiim,
81; Midday maximum, Go.
Ilarometer, 1) a 111, 30.09. Ilnlnfnll,
tlo, 0.0-') in.
Hunilillty 71 per cent
Thin-stlay, Oct 13.
Stinr James Makue, Tullett, from
Stmr Noeau, Peilurxcn, from Ka
O a S Alameda, Van Oturendorp,
from San Francisco.
TliurHilay, Oct 13.
Stmr James Makee, Tullett, for
Kapaa, at -I m.
P M 8 S City of Peking, Smith, for
China and Japan.
O S S Alameda, Van Otcreiulorp,
for tlu Colonies at 5 p m.
Stmr Waialealu, Moshcr, for Ka
hiiiu anil Punaluu at 0 a 111.
row at 10 a m
sails ngnin tomor
for Honokaa and
Tuo H F Glailo has hnuled in
nlongeido lkewor's wharf to dis
charge her cargo.
Tho Aloha will finish dischnrg
ing toruonow forenoon. Sho i
to take 011 sucnr but it i'h not like
ly that sho will get much.
The City of Peking could not
(ot away last night on account of
being unable to finish tho work of
taking on coal. Sho sailed be
tween 7 and 8 o'clock this morn
ing. From Kapna, por stmr Noonu,
Oct 13 Sirs 0 F Carlson, Mies
Carleon nnd 14 on deck.
From Kauni ports, por atrar
Noenu, Oct 13205 bags rico, 52
bags paddy, 32 bdla hides.
From Knpna, por stmr Jamos
Makeo, Oct l'l 30 bags rice.
AlaiutMlu'a riirouirh Piiuenffexs.
Among 'he through passongors
on tho Alumeda aro tho following:
Mrtjor F. Nelson Goorgo, a fa
mous stock raisor of Auckland,
who is now returning to his home.
Cnpt. V. Schenfedor, who is on
his way to Apia, Snraon, to tnko
command of tho Germnn man-of-war
Falko of which ship ho was
in command eoiuo timo ago.
A. Astloy, managor of tho Colo
nial Suuar Co., witli headquarters
Chns. L. Orehoro and Win. M.
Woodwortb, two scientists, who
aro on thoir way to Samoa to mnko
certain scientific invostigntions for
WUTTAIX WALSH-On October
18th, 1898, at noon by the Itov.
Aluxautlor Mackintosh at St. An
drew's Cnlhcdral,;iIouolulu, II. I.
Mr. Drunk S. Brlttnln, U. S. V.,
and Mln Mary V Walsh of Abl
Xetv lluck Nlituil,
Jack Gibson, ono of Honolulu's
favorito race horso drivers and
trniuors has startod a hack stnnd
at tho corner of Hotel and Bethel
Btroots. This is to bo known as
tho "lavorite" stand, with tho
lulophono number 315. Mr.
Gibson will put on flvo hacks for
Amoricnn Messenger Service
MnBouio Temple. Tolephono
If you want a mco Rubber tiro
hack with a caroful driver ring up
Club Stable Haok Stnnd Tel. 319,
and wo gunrnntoo you will bo
Honolulu MossongorSorvico de
livers messages nnd packages
And Oilier Itlntterii In Connection ss Hli
Jtiilffe llltclicock'a Death.
It was while tho lato Judgo
Austin wns oil lib way to preside
nt tho Octobor term 189G that ho
died at Waimea, and tho Into An
tono Rosa was (appointed Judgo to
hold that torm. Judgo Austin
died beforo tho opening of tho
term. Tho Btoamcr Einau took
his remains to Uilo.
It is oveiduo timo for tho Octo
ber torm 1808 to havo oponod
when Judgo Hitchcock dies, un
ablo to opun tbo torm, and tho
steamer Hawaii takes his romainB
Tho Eobala term was beinn ad
journed from day to day, at last
accounts, by tho Deputy Sheriff.
Tho question in tho minds of tho
lawyors on hand was, whothor
Judgo Stanley's appointment un
der a commission reading, ''to
perform all tho duties of tho Cir
cuit Judge, etc., during his ill
ness," be valid now that tho Judge
is uena. uy hub lime, uowover,
ovorything will bo nil right with
Judgo Stnuley holding tlio term
President Dolo carried n blnuk
commission with him on his trip
to Hawaii, to bo filled with the
unmo of Judgo Stnnloy in caso of
whnt 1ms hnpponod. After tho
torm, the Judoo will resirm for
tho Hawaii Circuits nnd bo renp-
pointed as Socond Judgo of the
Judge Hitchcock wns enrolled
ns n raombor of tho Bar on Janu
ary 19, 1858.
mo paintixo co.vrrtACTH,
All tlie Hclioollionaea llnnilioniely I)re
eil In N'esv Coloring.
Sterling, tho Union Btroot pain
ter, has juBt finished two Inig
painting contracts all tho school
nouses nnd tho Bishop Bank
Building on Morchnut atreot.
On the schoolhouses thirty men
woro omployed and hundr-di f
pounds of paint used. Eight
thousand dollars woro oxp nuetl
by tho government for tho v rk
It was performed in an artistic
manner and tho various houses of
learning now prosont on attractive
Tho Bishop Bank Building was
repainted interiorly and enteriorly.
It took five days nnd fivo nights to
do tho work. Mr. Sterling so
planned that tho business of this
Isrgo monotary institution Buffer
ed no inconvenience Tho decor
ating on tho inside was done
nights and early in tho mornings.
There U'm Acetylene I.tulit.
Lnrry Deo was in olovor last
night whilo all around him busi
ness houses woro in darkness.
The reason for this was that a
short time ago Mr. Deo purchased
an aoetyleno light plant or the
Oceanic Gas and Electric Com
pany. This morning tho compnny
rocoivod orders for installing
plants in throo business houses,
and has several additional plants
now on hand to supply customers.
Oahu stock is still the popular
buy. Tho salo of two lots 10
shares each, of Assessable at $140
nnd 10 Birares of Oahu, paid up at
$155 took place on " 'change" this
Tho new issue of stock to tho
amount of SC0O.O0O will bo mado
next month nud tho books of tho
compnny will bo closed to trans
fers from tho 12th to tho 18th of
November. Tho now issue of
stock will bo nt tho ratio of 1
share for threo.
Just aft r tho salos rooorded
Oahu jumped to 3142 and bids of
$140 wefo rofusod. Ewa was
offered nt $232 Hawaiian Eloo
trio S202J and Mutual Tolephono
at S14J. For Wilder S. S. Co.'s
SHO was bid and S120 nskod. No
saleB from tho street wore re
ported. THE KIOKAPOO'S
at 8 p. m.
Oomor Alakoa and Boretanla Kts,
Minstrels and Vaudeville
Seats, 10 Cents.
Ohnngo of programme nightly.
Tho Young Mon's Rcmarcli Club will
hold Its llrst regular meeting on Friday
oonlng of this week at 7:30 r.M.,ln tho
narlors of tho Central Union Chnrcli.
l'apors will bo road by Mossrs. Taylor,
I'arko and llnbson on tlio Unvormnouts
of District of Columbia, American Ter
ritories and British Colonies, The meet
ing w !U opon promptly ot 7 :30. 10Jb- It
LOSS OF APPETITE
A Household Remedy Throughout
Ave give i the following testimony
from Mr. Frank V. Peacock of Given
U-rrnce, IiddliiBtoii, Queensland,
whose experience is in exact accord .
with thousands of others :
"l have used Dr. Aycr's .Sarsaparllla
III my family for indigestion, loss of
appetite, nnd as n tonic, with very
satisfactory result's. I have been
pleated to recommend it to my friends
nnd in many cases they hae used it
with equal satisfaction.
Is n household rmctly throughout
Queensland. It is the kind thatcures."
I'nr roinHim' m ' Mr ttHrMSIIa. Tli.
C!?!n,i''.'T .r '" ' y inrn Talto tlinn
Willi l)r. A)
,in 11I1I1 tliu otlv r.
Hollistev Dtod- fin T..rl
Solo Agonts foi" tlio Itoimbllo of Hawaii.
NEW TO-DAY. '1
Coming: on Irmgard,
Blglit extra lino DrlMni: Hordes, ton
boat! lino Mlleli Cows. rr foil partlcu-
DAVIS A ItlVKXS,
FHTD AY, October LI, 1S!)S,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At my snlosroom, Queoii stroot, I will
sen at public auction,
DimSS OOODS, LAWKS HOSK,
WHITE COTTON, FIiANNi:LLTS,
GltOCKItlllS, AC, AC., AC.
JAS. P. jMOHOAV.
This tract having boen plat
tod is now ready for snle
nnd wo offor tho public nn
opportunity of procuring
delightful residence sites nt
Situated in the district of
Honolulu, nbout threo miles
from the conter of tho city
with fine mncadamizod roads'
leading to it, nnd on tlio lino
of tho now Electric Street
Hallway; at nn elevation
overlooking Knpiolnni Pmk,
tho oconn, tho cily,ud Pearl
Lochs, it is, without oxcop
Uon, tho honltbitfst and most
picturesque of our city su
burbs. Samo is laid out with
stroets oaoh CO foet wide,
oach lot containing 15,000
equuro feet, 100 x 1C0 nnd
7C x 200, which wo offer nt
S-100 onch, on payraoule of
SlliO cash nnd bnloncd in
monthly installments of S23.
Those desiring to visit tho
pmpeity will bo personally
httendud nnd conveyed to
and fiotn Miiuo by making
t'ligiigfiiiPLts nt our office,
whoiv tuitht-r information
will be Tin islied, nnd where
n mnp of tho traot can bo
210 KING ST.
im wnon ,t.o
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Olhees on Ito"'..
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