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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., OCTOBER 15, 1898.
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I JUST ARRIVED : !
? Chamber Suites,
l Side Boards,
f China Closets.
Extension Tables, f
f Idbraryp rarlor Tables I
THRTIT s V
BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS.
Wo have just received, per "Isonberji," a lot of this
lino loolinjj, also the screws and washers used to put it on
Pig and Sheet Lead.
A lot received by -amo vessel. Also, Ilubbuelc's
Oils and Leads, Ohain, Yellow Metal, Ohain Blocks,
Anvils, Tubs, Buckets, etc.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Limited.
Corner Forr and Kino: Streets.
As wo hinted last week, rubber of all kinds has ad
vanced in price, with a probability of still another junip of
several points. Until the stock on hand is exhausted,
TlIMPltlOEOF UUHBEll TIKES WILL NOT BE
RAISED. GET YOUll RUBBER TIRES NOW, BE
FORE WE ARE EOROED BY CIRCUMSTANCES
TO ASK YOU A HIGHER PRICE.
S O H XX nJUE A.1ST S
Carriage and Harness Repository
teTIwlund onlurs promptly (llled.
A SUPERIOR QUALITY OF WORK. I
Is tho only liind that avc turn out from our
Special uttuntiou given to ropairiug Bicycles,
Typewriters and Eire-Anns.
Wo l'avo always miaranteoil our work and
shall continue to do so.
312 FORT ST.
.FOHT SlrtllKT, AllOVK CLUIS StAIILKR,
VCrS'1'' i'ltitroluif .illhtimtrltJalHctntl
VJVS. 4 lir.tfinl Initmon, ID nll ttconj Inltr
lion, joctnlt a uttk an J toctnlt month "Ihtittlbe
tteiftil aJwiliiint ntr offtttJ Ittfeoflt of Honolulu
ANTLD Uy a mlddlo-accd woman experience.)
cook a position njjieM i , iiuiiciin io.j
IY .1 boy of i5, a position in oftice or store AJ
i dress II h Hullelin 1041-iw
WANTTI) Picture of stilt or finish of boat Mces
at Pearl Harbor S?pt 10 Address A II C,
Uulletln office '""
ANTI D-ronu person to buv KICKAPOO MfU-
T ANTED Ma.urs and Mites to know tint Lip-
tiln lie Orenes Is glvlnc lessons InNaOca-
tlon prepuatnr to eximlnatlon by Loci! Mirine
l"TANTrt) jn-i Men to eet Mined for ij onts at
6ig4 I ort street, opposite the Club SMbles
it,,, tf II JLI I S, Proprietor
AI.AKOL lot of the finest slnslnc CANAUILS ut
melted Will sell cheap Call and Insrect
t) G Camarlnos tou-iw
BLST ascent mell In town Tr It and be con
vinced Lind s I xcelslor Restaurant io4t
CIIOICL groceries at mojerate prices at Hutch
Ings Grour Store, liirt street io4t-tm
?OU SALr-New Velllnjrs anj fancied Quills,
I ., Air. II. tin, . inir.lf
I I.OH SAI C 1000 sproutej eirlv-frulllne? Allcro-
T neslan COCOANUTS (ex Mornlnc Star) Also.
' Pttms I ems greenhouse and teJJIne Plants II J
UltODLS 717 King street, opposite Kawalahao Sem
'Ol 1 1) like to et hinge hot-gun
jjre a J 1 iu 1 let in
STCKLINO HICYCLC, nearty new anJ In jjooJ
orJer WouIJ exchange fnr a ung hore
t mle t turners AJJress C J Bulletin Office
not M) On Emmi street near Roa1 School, loJge
' pin mirkeJ 5 C 11 In blue, cllow anJ n-J
enamel Sword Jcslcn 0ner can have same by
tailing at this office anJ pa lag cost of a J 1041-tf
rPO I CT I urnKheJ limise. five room ani kitchen,
L Punchhou! near Lmraa street Apply to Mr
Fiercer sen Hethel strett ioa4-tf
PLENTY Patriot it Pipeteries Popular Price
CiolJen tule Haiaar I ort street 1040 iw
FRANK Mettmeat the KltkapiHi show to-nlRht
Our entire family Is going .WAY 1041 iw
Iron and Brass
MADH TO OKDEK QU1CKLV
(JCSBicycle Repairing ,n ftclK
Uuioii Slroet (Bell Tower).
flrirLlght Machine Work promptly done
This tract lmvini bnnn plnt
tod ia now ready for snip,
nud wo olTor tlio public an
opportunity of procuiiim
dflli(l)tfnl rcsidoneo eitos nt
Wituiited iu the dibtrict ol
JIduoIiiIu, about llircii miles
from tho contor of tho city,
leading to it, and on tho line
of tho now Electric Street
Ililway; at an elevation
oei looking Kapiolani Park,
tliooconn, tho city ,aml Pearl
Lochs, it is, without excep
tion, tho healthiest and mo-t
picturesquo of. our city su
burbs. Snino is laid out with
streets each CO feet wide,
each lot containing 15,000
pquaro feet, 100 x ICO and
75 x 200, which wo offor nt
S100 oacli, on paymouts of
$100 oahIi and balanoo in
monthly inatallmouts of !525.
Those desiring to visii tho
property will bo personally
attended aud conveyed to
aud from same by making
engagements nt our oflico,
whoro further informntiou
will bo furnished, and whoro
a map of tho tract can be
210 king ST.
D. G. Oamarinos 1ms rocoived
on tho steamer Alameda a big in
voico of dolicaoios, comprising
tho following: Fresh Salmon,
Crabs, Frozon Oystors (tin and
sholl), Apples, Grapes, Figs, Le
mons, Puro Olivo Oil, Dry
Fruit, etc., oto.
Of I.os Angelew, Cal., lias located In
Honolulu, ou Fort Htreet, opposite the
"Fire IIotiHe." Diseases diagnosed.
No questions asked ; no medicine.
Consultation free. A brief history of
ancient anil modern healing given to
callers, or sent free to uny address.
It Is easy to purgo, but that Is not what
ia wanted. A mild but suro and undls
turning cathartic will ect Nnturo to go
ing, and rcllcvo tho head, the stomach,
tho liver and all the organs of tho body
from tho many and dangerous evils of a
clogged corporeal drainage.
Hood's Pills CUllU Ll er Ills, sick head
ache, biliousness, constipation, without
purging, without pain, without violence
Hood's Pills nro tho only pills to tako
with Hood's Sanaparllla. Sold by all
druggists. 25c. Bent by mall on receipt
of price, by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Alass,
for aJJItiorul Shipping News see seventh page
Diamond Hwul Slgnnl Station, Oct
1"i, 1 p in Weather clenr, wind luht
Saturday, Oct 15.
Stinr Lehuu, Jlennett, from Molokal
and I.aimi. '
Stinr Kauai, ISruliii, froin Lalia
Friday, Oct 14.
Ch up Star of Italy, AVcsuer, for
Port Townteiid iu hallaMt.
Stinr Uimlti, I roimlmreii, for Ko
hala and Kona.
Stinr Noeau, I'vilencn, from IIo
noltaa and Kukulliaelt1.
Stinr Keatihoti, Tlioimwon. for ICo-
lo.i at .1 p in.
Stinr .niMilmm, Tlioinpson, for
AVuImea and Kekaliu at 3 p in.
Tho Noeau sailed at noon today.
She will curry foreign mails to
Captain Campbell of the Inlor
Island Co is I it id up with tho
Frank Hnrvoy of tho lntor
lalatid Co has loarnod how to rido
Tho etearaor Gaolio is duo from
Sin Francisco ou Monday the 18th
inst. with nows dats to tho 11th.
The Kauai which arrived this
morning, brought 72 hend of cnttle
from the Greenwell ranch noar
Nnpoopoo, Kona. Only ono died
on tho trip. Tho cattle aro tho
finest that havo been brought to
Honolulu for a long timo.
The Eureka sailed in ballast for
the Wound this forouoon. In her
hole was found tho desorter from
tho John A Uriggs, spokon of in
another column. II o stated that
he had no complaint against tho
captain or ollkors oE tho Briggs.
He simply wante I a change. Ho
will not get it ' sorao timoyot for
a closo watch liim will bo kept.
CONTKVCT TO OL'TSIOIMtH.
OlflVrrnctt nf Two or Tlirev lluiiilreit
D'llura Tlir"v Out I.ocul Firms.
Tho contract for wator plpo and
fittings has beon awarded to tho
Mortin Pipo and Foundry Com
pany of Han Francisco. It is for
100 tons pipo, 17,000 lb. load and
1000 lb. fittings. Theso wore tho
Mortin Pipo nnd Foundry Co.,
Gin.x8iu. pipo ty $29.80 per ton;
special castings ( 2 3-lc. per lb.;
lead iij '3o.
"Wilsou it Whitehouee, Honolu
lu, pipe, $29.45 via Ban Francisco
and S27 98 via Now York; castings,
do.: load, Uc.
Cattou, Noill & Co., Honolulu
pipe, 627.10; castings, Jo.; load,
1 3-40., via Now York.
Tho local firm of Wilson &
Whitehoueo, shipping from
San Francisco is only $242 50
in oxcoss of tho San Fran
cisco firm gottiug thoAcop
ract, while it is $345.5(Wower,
shipping from Now York around
Tho local firm of Cation, Noill
& Co., shipping from Now York,
is $502.50 bottor than tho San
Francisco firm that receives tho
Princes Knlulunl'it llll thclRy.
Tomorrow is Princess Kaiuloni's
birthday. As it is Sunday, tho
Princess will hold a reception of
uativo Hawaiiansou Monday from
2 to 5 p. m. On Tuosday sho will
hold hor usual gouoral rooeption
from 3 to 6 p. m.
AMIDST FAMILIAR SCENES
Judge Hitchcock Started the Planta
tion on Which He Died.
Tbe Court Reporter Is Given Forewarning of
tbe Judge's Death bj a Dream Some
Days In Advance.
P. Mnurice MoMnhou, tho
court roportor who went from
Hilo to Kohala with tho late
Judge Hitchcock to attoud the
October torm of tho Fourth Cir
cuit Court thoro, in a privato lot
tor in which ho wroto foolingly of
Judgo Hitchcock's death, said:
"Judge Hitchcock laid down
his burden of earth at 10:15 a. m.
Oct. 9. Several days ago ho took
ill at tho Kohala Suyar Com-'
pany's place, whoro ho was stay
ing with Geo". Kenton tho man
agor, and strange to pay ho (the
Judgo) was tho man who Btaned
that plantation long years ago, iu
tho oxtra good missionary days
and thoro he returned to die.
Sovornl days oro I said, 'Tho
Judge will die, I fear,' for I Imd
strnugo dreams, and tho Judge
aud tho court wero mixod up in
them. I was iu dcop sorrow. The
Judgo was on tho bonch in a
strango courtroom, anxious to try
tho cases. I was soatod nt tho
table, with half tho leaves of my
noto book torn across, trying to
fiud a blank spneo whereon to
write, but tho loaves were all full.
Lawyer Wiso was asking questions
of a witness, aud I was insisting
for him to stop till I could find n
book wheroin to write. Oh, wo
woro all torribly excited, with the
Judgo in groat anxiety aud impa
tience. Then the Judgo sent mo
oil sorao whore, and I nnndorod
around Hilo, looking for I knew
not what, suddenly nudum my-
Holf by tho Foreign Church,
amidst crowds of men and women
thiongiug into tho building, whon
my mission seemed onded, and I
turned away aud awoke.
"My hend aud neck ached
throbbiDgly, my nerves wero all
unstruug. Yes, that was the cud
tho church, tho Judge's cast-off
body inside; tho last act iu the
tragedy of lifo for tho present, at
Txlny' Fi"tltll Gnntr,
The football boys would liko to
boo a largo number of peoplo out
at tho game botwoon tho Pennsyl
vania nnd Town toams at 3:30
o'clock this afternoon for in that
lios their only encouragement
Tho playors aro in good trim and
anxious for the fray. Admission
is only twenty-fivo conts.
1 m .
Lodge Lo Progros No. 124 A.
and A. S. Rite will hold a special
mooting next Monday night. Work
in the third degreo. Soo Now To
day for notice of mooting.
Amorican Messenger Sorvice
Masonic Tomplo. Telephone
at 8 p. m.
Corner Alakcn and liorctauln Sts.
Minstrels and Vaxideville
Seats, 10 Cents.
Change of programme nightly.
Coming on Irmgard,
Kight oxtra lino Driving Horses, ton
head linn Milch Cow a. For full pnrtlcu
DAVIS ,fc HIVKNS,
1010-lm Hotel street.
Wanted, a Partner,
WITH FROM $4000 TO $5000
CAPITAL, IN AN
Old Established Business.
For further partluulars inquiro of
"W. H. SMITH,
lOtl-lm 532 Fort street.
Stovo Oountors and Pixturos,
Made to order artistically,
SMITH, POWIUIi it CO,,
724 Fort streot,
Twenty year-, experience. All worTS guarinteed.
niood Dad; Abscesses Formed; Health Gone.
We aro Rlad to imlilhli tho teitlmonlnl nf
Mls Annie Snook of Auckland, New Zi-a-I
mil, who infTereil Intensely for lea", nni
wlui hih ciulekly cured wlien sliu obtained
the rlKlit remedy.
'I wai a utroiig, lieallliy unm-m until
ntiiiullUo jenrsnen, nnd while lUlnc III I.iir.
1 nut was ri'i'fivcrliiix from 1111 attick of
ine.ulev I took n chill, had a relapse nmt
Ciimo ery iieardjliiK. My Mood at left Iu
n ery luil utile, nfiicesiei formed on my
liod), I was coiillnetl to mj lied tuo-thlnU nf
the time At lltnes I was nn ililo to mnve
I'or tun jean I failed to obtain any relief
So finally I aadlit-d loeomu to newZra
Imd Alter coming hero I remained about
the simo. trjlnir 111.1115 remedies without oh
talnliiR nuy luMient. About n r,irnp:o after
re iiIIiib 0110 of j our .nil erllii incuts I dctcrm
lucd to try
Very soon after using It tho abscesses lcgin
to heal nnd my Kcucr.il I101III1 very prc.itly
IniproM'd I lollowed up tho tnatmeiit anil
.itu no as Btroni; as ever. I cannot too
highly recommend Ayer's Sanaparllla as i
blooif purllkr aud tonic "
Pnr coniltiiitlon tiko Ilr Ayer'i I'llln, Thr
ir.iiii.iif rvii.'.i. nun miri'ij iiri'. 1HK inDI
wllli Dr. Ayer'i b.iriai.ulllu i una uliU the atlitr.
Hollistei Drug Co., Ltd.,
Solo Agonts for tho Itopuhlle of Hawaii.
Lodge te Progm d8 1'Ocsinie, No. 121,
a. a- a. h. urn:.
ri.V.. r.. V. '1'itiiu nieetiiiK of
Thoro lll l. ..,..i
iu b . ' "'Ktoh . ILN, A. nnd A. H.
. i.i..i5I0'ni,ay i:vi:nin(j, ot-
tobor 1 ,th, nt 7::i0 o'lhiok.
iiyim i.x -1111111) im:hu:k.
Mam knni r tr ii . . A
r " -.T.T.V . ." r." '' " . '-'.
.ii.ViT. ii.. """"'S "roinren are cor
illally lushed to U- present.
Tlv..Mlj,f..r.i. .. ..
1035 If. (,.( A lllll- ..
Oaqioiitoriiig, Cabin Aralciiip,
. ... ETC
7 I'ort street.
!fAtl klnJs of InhSlnt. I.t.t.i ... i
neculeJ "' "'" P"'mPuy
WEDNESDAY, Oct. 1!),'!)S,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At tho old Flshnmrkot whnrf, for ae-
count of the imnors, the
Al Schooner Emma & Louisa
As she now llos, with all Sails, Anchors,
LeiiBtli, 82 foet; lleain, 20 foot; Depth
of Hold, 7.1.1 feet.
Iteglhtored toimngo, HIJ.TO. Capacity
Can carry 130 M of liuubor.
Terms Cash, U. S. (lold Coin.
ForfurthorpirtlculiirM mid linontory
.TAS. P. MORGAN,
1012 3t Atiitionour.
Honokaa Sugar Company
The Stock Hook of thoIIonoKimSiiar
Company will ho closod to trannfer
from Monday, ,tli l"lh lust., to Satur
day the 22nd lust, nichislvo.
Tho now htnuk will ho ready for issue
on Monday, the L'ltli nst,
l'eroidoi, II. JIKXJIIS,
II0110I11I11, () 1. 1 1, 180S 1012-St
Waverley Club Meeting.
The Third Quarterly Mooting of tho
Wmorloy Club wli ho hold in tholr
Hall, corner Hot ! and Ilothul stioots,
this Saturday a onlnj; at 8 o'clock sharp.
A full utten lallco is doslred to hoar the
roports of ollleerH, etc.
Por ordor Commltteo,
JAS. T. COPi:LfVND,
1012-lt Kie. hoo'y
IN ALL ITS JIUANCIIKS,
AT HAN FKANCIM'O 1'ltll KS,
10-H 72J Kort streot, '