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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. L, OCTOBER 22, 1898.
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In All Its
VmF Alkk JfcLL,
1 OBDIAY I PORTER
BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS.
but tlky have not yet done
mentof WIRE NETTING just received per "Iolani."
Wc have all sorts of Netting now Green and Drab
painted, and Galvanized for mosciuito-oroof doors
ffi and windows from the finest to the coarsest square
ri me-ih, 2, 2 and i feet wide ; from h to 2 in. Hexagon
mesh, ?, 4 and 6 feet. Aost any of this netting will
keep RATS out of your house, and may be just what
you need. By the roll or yard, at the store of
I 0. MALL h SON. Ltd,
ly n. vr "nvw. o-m-i TTii-.-,. -.
As wo liintud last wcolc, rubber of all kinds lias ud
vanrt'd in prico, with a probability of 'still anorliorjump of
sovi ral points. Until tho stock on band is exhausted,
THEPRIOKOF It U 11 BE U TIRES AVILL XOT BE
11 A I SJ-: 1 ). Ci ET Y.0 U It ItUlil J K It T I llES XOW, B E
POHK WK ARE FOltOED RY OlllOUISTANOES
TO ASK YOU A H LOME It PHIOE.
S O 3E3C XJ 33C 5L 3XT S5
Carriage and Harness Repository
tffl-lHliunl orders promptly illletl.
A SUPERIOR QUALITY OF WORK.
Is tin only hind thai wo turn out from our
Special attention givon to ronniriug Uioyi'los,
Type writers ttml Fire-Anns.
Wo luivo nlwavs ";uaranice(l our 'work and
shall eontiinio to-do so.
1 PEARSON &
I 312 FORT ST.
lot of our brooms lately, K
any harm to that big ship- U
....Koht s".hki:t, aiiovi: Cluii Btaiii.kh,
rSS.. " '' nlumiiuill hi instrliJ atlfttttl
WS alinlRnt imtrtionl to ctntt tcconj initr-
hoit; to etntt a wetk aitJ fo cenli a month. 7 Hi it the
ctltptit aJltrttiiHie ntr offtrtJ Ibl ptctlt of Honolulu
FSSFNr.rH nOYS WANTED. American Me
lern-fr Service. Masonic temple. Hotel anJ
AlaVfa streets, 1045-iw
STENOGRAPHIC nJ Dookkeerer wants position.
Mas had two ears experience In dry Roois, cloth
ing anJ boot anJ shoe business Uest of references.
Solomon, Ilulletln ollice. io4)-iw
GOOD MAN COOK wants position In hotel or
rthale family. Is thoroughly acquainted with
all branches of faking anJ rs"y- Lxperi on ices,
candy and canned Iruits. Uest of references,
llarrell, Ilulletln office io4J-iw
ANTr.D Pictures of start or finish of boat races
at Peat Harbor bcrt 10. Address A u. i...
BulletlnoMice: 104 a
ANTED tooorersons to buy KICKAPOO MED-
T ANTED Mastersnnd Males to know that Cap-
1 tain De Oreaves Is giving lessons In Navlga-
tlon preparatory to examination by Local Marine
WANTED 500 Men to Ret Shaved for ij cents, at
6io'4 Tort street, opposite the Club Stables.
loji-tf II. JEriS, Prorrktor.
IOST Last week one- Eotd-mountcd Kukul Nut.
J Please return. S A M this oftice 1046-31
LOST-A pair of goU SPECTACLES, either at
I uh Market or on Port street. Return same to
the Ilulletln ottice, sio King street. I04J-I'
ILL lust tame to town with the folks. Will see
" uu at k'kkapooj to-night. All goln
l?OH SALE Piano, excellent tone, little used.
1' Also Sideboard and Sewing Machine. Apply
.-i Hfretinl.l street, opposltcpumplncplant to4(uw
BLST jjcent meal In town. Try It and be con
vinced. Llnd's Excelsior Restaurant. 1041.
CHOICE croccrles at moderate prices at Hutch
lncGrKer Store, I ort street. 1041-im.
1,'OK SALP-New Velllncs and Spangled Quills,
1 at Mrs Manna's, loji-tf
lOR SLP 1000 sprouted eirly-frultlnjr Mlcro-
P 1 ti Irn grrtnhoute anJ tvJJIn Plants. II. J.
RHOpfcS m? Kins trwt. opposite kawalatuo Scm-
ur.,.ii v.wn,.u 1 o u 'iwning c-urj. Also,
P U ND On Emma street near Roal School, lodse
pinmukeJ M. 11 in Nue ellow and red
enamel S rd des'n 0n,r van hae saine bv
valiinj at this, -flue and pa.lnjt oostof ad 1041-U
AT V 13A.RGJYI2V
At T Kit. a is to Si: it
1. Aero Lot, cornor Wllilor Avoituo
nut! Mukiki street.
2. Olio-hair Acio Lot, King btruot,iipnr
:t. Kino It with lirno Cottago, iir
Ilorcliinhi iiud I'unt'hhoul Htroi'ts.
-1. Ono-qimrter Aero Lot, Iliiilillngs
nutl it 1'nyiiiK lltisliii'si, Mlllor htroot,
iipHsito JlfKilibln'H prninisoii.
5. IIiiiim1 und Lot, 1'lviis.tnt htroot,
(I Twoiity-iiiTo Fiirni, Ilonokiia, Hit-
wiill; tlirco ncren 7-yeiir-old eolToo; lot
of working rtittlu, milch cow, horsM, otc.
7. I'ifty Acre Colleo Lund, Kiiihta,
Koiia, lluwail; ivlwuit oiio-half planted
with ono your colleo.
S. Four lliillcllnir Lots ut Maklkl.tuo
flouting Anaptiul and two Maklkl Ms.
9 Kljjht 1-acro Lots tit Knllhi, neitr
V. II. (.'iiimnliigs, Jlscj.
J, M, VIVAS,
OjiiMisiio P.O.dononil Doll vory Window,
1'. O. llox 112.
Aro wanted by tho HONOLULU I HON
WOH ICS for lining 4 I8S cublo yunls of
good material on lauds ut Kakunko. The
bids will bo openod Wsdnosday, tho 2i)th
instant, at 10 a. m. l'.irtlos iiitoudlug
to tender for this work must stnto tho
time In which they wlllcoiupluto It; and
bonds aro to bo fiirnihhod If required.
1'or further ptirtleulars Iniiiiio nt the
otlleoof tho Honolulu Ironworks. 10 17, lit
Of Los Angeles, Oil., 1ms located in
Honolulu, on Fort street, opposite tho
"Kiro House." Diseases diagnosed.
No questions asked ; no medicine.
Consultation free. A brief history of
ancient and modern healing given to
callers, or sunt frcu to any address.
For additional Shipping News see seventh pace,
Diamond Head Signal Station, Oct
22, 1 p m Weather hazy, wind calm.
Weather Bureau, l'uunhoii. Oct 22.
Temperature Morning minimum,
71: Midday maximum, 81.
Barometer, 0 a m, 30.00. llninfnll,
do, 0.10 in.
Humidity 80 per cent.
Saturday, Oct 22.
Rtmr .lames Mnkeo, Tttllett, from
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
Tho Kinau from Mnui nnd Ha
waii ports is duo Into tonight.
Tho Wnialealo camo off the
ranriuo railway at an early hoar
Kapna, Kauai, is to havo a
"l'alaco" saloon in tho near future.
This news comes by tho James
Tho Lohua will not bo in from
hor usual ports until tomorrow on
account of not having loft thin
port until Tuesday last.
Tho purser of tho .Tamos Mnkeo
reports as follows: Fine weather
on Kauai; 1G00 bags of sugar at
Waitnca" W. G. Hall at Makaweli.
A inariuo tloEortod from tho
Beuniuctou last nicht. Lieuten
ant Opunui caught him in a
swipos joint this morning. Ho
was returned aboard ship.
DECISION ON YACHT RACE.
Continued from Pajjc 1.
race, nml tbo yncht BonuioDun-
doo entitled to tho first prixo, and
tho yncbt Ilawaii to tbo second
prize, on tho ground tlmt tho
cominittoo did not pnblisli tho
rubs mid couditiona under which
they had decided thg rnco Bhould
be run, and tuenuoro tho judges
have been compolled to decide ac
cording to tho Horreshoff rules
under 'which tho Inst previous
rttco, tbnt of 1890, was sailed.
However, in view of tho magna
nimouH offer of Mr. Dob) contain
ed iu tho letter horeto appoudfd,
wo would suggest that tho prizo
money bo hung up ,for this last
recattn, iiud added to tho prizes
for next yonr's first class yacht
rnco, this to bo sailed according to
tho rulos inul conditions ngroed
upon by tho committee in the
present caao but not published.
OiiAs. B. Wilson,
O. B. Giuy.
Honolulu. Oct. 22, 1898.
Honolulu, 8 Oct., 1S98.
Mr. Charles B. Wilson and others,
JudceB of tho Yachd Raco of
tho 17th of Soptoinbcr last.
Deaii Surs: Tho misunder
standing of the conditions of tho
urst-class yacut ran was not clue
to niiy fault of the ouipotitors. By
tho conditions iik announced to
those who ontoreil tho Hawaii and
the Marion, the former boat won
the first prize, and tho latter boat
tho second prizo; aud by tho con
ditions as understood by thoso who
entered tho Bonnie Dundee, she
won tho first prizo, and tho Ha
waii tho second prizo. Tho condi
tions as announced by tho commit
tee to thoso who ontored tho Ha
waii and Marion wore not an
nounced to thoso who ontored tho
Bounio Dundee at all, and they
uovor hoard of them until tho race
As there seems to bo- no possi
bility of adjusting the mattor, I
suggest that tho Bonnie Dundoo
bo considered as out of tho raco,
aud tin matter bo sottlcd ou tho
theory of a raco between tho Ha
waii aud tho Marion alono.
Very sincerely yours,
Sanfoud B. Dole.
Tho Hawaiian chorus mot in
Arion hall last uight. Thoro woro
uot as many prosont as on tho pre
vious two nights, owing to a func
tion it was nocessary for many of
the mombers to nttoml. Ilowovor,
thoro was good work dono uudor
On account of tho diminished
attondanco, all busiuoss was post
poned until tho uoxt mooting.
Prof. Richards and AV. J. Coelho
woro appointed a committee to
look into tho matter of securing a
hall so that mcotings may bo hold
ovory Tuesday night, tho timo
most convonient for tho lurgo ma
jority of tho boys.
The Bulletin classifies its ads. Re
sult small atlvcrtisers ge a square
Soldtrr Did Not Hack Out.
Tho "Manoa Wonder" says that
"tho soldiers! backed out" of a
rrico in which tho talk and arrange
monts havo all boon on ono side.
As tho gontloman who tried to
promoto tho rnco laid that his
man had not riddon a whoel for n
long timo and that ho was nothing
but a second rate amateur at tho
best wo aro surprised to learn
that he has lost his valuablo timo
in training, howevor, if ho will in
form tho undersigned tho amount
of damago ho bus sustained finan
cially through training, ho, tho
undorsignod, will raiso a purso to
reimburse tho supposed "woodon
man" that Mr. Martin was to put
against Hart in a raco.
HAllllY E. BlOHAIIDSON,
Co. E, 1st X. Y. V. Inf.
Honolulu, Oct. 22, '5)8.
Ex-Mayor A. Oakoy Hall of
Now York died of heart disonso
THERE ARE OTHERS!
But We Have a Few Bargains Ourselves!
i. A line lot at K'allhl. Sm.ill cottace JnJ chicken
house, etc. Size ol lot jjoxjjo (ect. Will sell on
easy terms. Price, Ij.jco.
a. A nice home near Oahu Collece. Mouse nearly
new and In good condition. Large parlor, dlnlnc
room, 3 bed rooms with closets, bath room, hot and
cold water, patent V, C, large veranda, servants'
house, etc. Slieof lot, 75XU5, nicely planted with
(rult and ornamental trees.
j. Nice, lot adjoining the above, site 75x150, Im
proed, ready for building. Price $1,500. This Is a
4 52000 lloard and Lodging Mouse. a8 rooms.
Nicely furnished; 30 boarders. Pas $150 per month
to present uuner.
5. $1,400 Rooming Mouse, iS rooms, all nicely
furnished. Kent $45 per month.
6. House and Lot on Spencer asenue Lot 150 x
00. UiKm for another house on same lot. Mouse of
"Wanted," You to Remember:
Wc do a strictly commission business. If you want to buy or sell call on
L. C. ABLES,
Real Estate and
Tolopliono I .'It
1. A lino Kcxldotico Lot Hitimtuil oil
King street, Honolulu, uoxt to Mr. Alox
nmlor Yoiiiik'n roslilonce, bolng tlio
lroniisoM of Mr. Knto I.. Virtu, It Im.s
11 frontiiKU on KlllK Rtioot of -0,r feet;
tlopth 3U0 foot; Yoiiii(? (-trout 203 fcot.
It lilts tlirco cottage with II lnrgo rooms
ami 0 dressing rooms. M11I11 limio Ims
!) lnrgo rooniM, S closets mid kitclion.
Tho jilncu is Ntipplicd with water from
1111 nrtoslun well on tlio pronilNus.
2. l'our lots, r(K100, on King stroot,
!t. Ono Lot, Kail lit, opposite Oeorgo
Miirlvliuni's pl.ico, )f of 1111 aero.
I. Ono uiul ono-tontli acres nt Moi
llllll. B. Ilonso Lot, Qneon htroot.
0. Hoiim) Lot mid HnusoH ntApuii, tlio
estate of Mrs, John I), Holt, Jr.
Oi'i'i c 1: : Corner of Niiuanu mid
Kor furtlier purtlcnliirs npply to
J. L. KAULUKOU.
Election of Pincers.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that at the annual meeting of the
stockholders of the IIONOMU 8UQ
Alt CO., held this day, the under
mentioned woro elected to servo us
olllcers of tho Company for tho ensu
T. Muy, Esq., President.
E. E. Illshop, Esq., Vlce-1'resldont.
Geo. II. Itobortsoji, Treusnrer.
Goo. It. Carter, Seoretary.
T. M. Starkey, Auditor.
Tlio nbovo named, with Win. G.
llrasli, Es j., ami II. Watorhouse, Ehj.,
eonstltuto tlio Board of Directors.
GEO. It. CAItTEIt, Secretary.
Honolulu, Oct. 10, 1608. 1015 Uw
Reading Matter Wanted
Tlio Prison Authorities Isdng iloslrous
of having u supply of good roatling mat
ter nt tho Jail, would request th.it any
persons who are willing to do so, soud
tiny Hiiltablo books, magaIuos or lllus
trated papers to tlio undersigned; or if
word is sont packages will bo eallod for.
W JI. 1IKNUY,
Jailor, Oalm Prison.
Prison Inipoctor, Lowors .t Cooko's.
The Bulletin is a newspaper; it pub
lishes the news.
Swollon elands, Scrofula Soros, Hip
Dlsoaso, Dolls, Plmplos, Erup
tions Toll tho Story Dreadful
Consoquoncos of Impuro Blood.
Certainly scrofula, If anything, may bo
called tho ndvcrtlsomont of foul blood.
It la tho scourge of tho world offensive,
painful, debilitating, stubborn. Outward
applications do not euro. Emollients
may palliate, they cannot abolish tho evil.
Thcro Is ono suro way out, and that is to
eliminate the taint from tho blood. For
this purpose Hood's Sarsaparllla is abso
lutely without an equal.
"1 havo taken Hood's Sarsaparllla for
scrofulous humor ond impuro blood and
am now almost entirely cured of tho erup
tions with which I have been afillctcd for
tho past year. My face, chest and back
were badly broken out." FltED B. OllD-
WAY, Woodstock, Vt,
Is tho best In fart tin- One True Wood Purifier.
HnniPc Dille nrt llio best nflcr-dlnner
IIUUU S l ,,,S Mils, alii ingestion. 2J.
5 rooms, besides .1 kitchen, pantry, etc. This Is a
bargain at $4,500.
7. Nice Cottage near Prospect and Kaplolanl Sts.
Sire of lot 75x150. I Ine marine slew,
8. A beautiful home on Piinchfoml slope, contain
ing parlor, dining room and large bed rooms, with
closets, lan.il, hot and cold water, electric light and
up-to-date coinentences; well plantedultli ornamental
and beating fruit trees.
9. An elegant home on Wilder avenue: lot 100 x
71$. Everything complete and In Ai order; at present
rented for $40 per month. TI1I1 must be seen to-le
10. l.ut. but not least A Im sty home nn the ear
line, (.tetania street lot ux,-o.
Tor four or li e months. In a Jeslrable tenant, a
nicely furnished house on Punchbowl slope.
Law Library OIIIco Furniture
On MOXDAYTOct 21, 'OS
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Ktlenrooni, Queen street, ly ordor
of J. K. Colburn, Ks., iidinlnistnitor of
tlio okt.ilo of A. ltosn, deeeasud, I will
sell at l'ubllu Auction,
LAW HOOKS, OKKICK DI5JK,
HOOK CASK, OKKH'i: CI1AIHS,
1 IHCYCLK, 1 .SHOT OCX,
In the Circuit Court of the
In the matter of tho litato of G. K.
Norton, n Bankrupt.
ASSIONKE'S NOTICE OK .SETTLE
Tho uudursignud, Goorgo It. Carter,
ndmlnihtnitor of tlio estate of E. A. Jonos,
deceased, who nt the time of his decease
was tho nsslgneo of tlio estato of (i. K.
Norton, a bankrupt, gives notice to nil
creditors of said estate who havo proved
their claims, that ho has filed tho ilnal
account of saltl E, A. Jones, deceased,
assignee as aforesaid, iu tlio Circuit
Court of tlio First Circuit, and will npply
for a discharge from furtlier liability of
said E. A. Jones, deceased, as-lgnoe,
mill Ills ostato. on Irlilay, tho 2Stli day
of October, 18HS, nt "l-'O o'clock a. m. of
said day, or s,. wxm i hereafter us salt!
mattor can bo huanl
GEO. 1!. CAltTEU,
II) 15-91 Aduiiiiisliatur aforesaid.
The Hit of the Ssason !
THE KICK..? JO'S
Comer Alaken mid ISuut.inia Streets.
at 8 p. m.
Kawalhau Oulntette Club
EJ. AtinonJ, Wm Armnna, EJ. Cunnlncham anJ
FREE. Soats 10 cts.
Chango of Dill Nightly.
Coming on Trmgard,
Klglit extra (lno Driving llorsos, ton
load lino Jlileh Cows. v 1'or full particu
uirssco DAVIS At UIVENS,
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