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0 THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLDLL, H. I., JANUARY 21, 1899.
"Cnlumol" makoa tho light-
oat, swootost and most
NONE SO GOOD.
IfflOF DIM! MAT Gb
103 KING STKEET.
G. J. Walleii, : : JlANAorn
Ylloloalo and Rolail
BS3T OP MEATS.
F.imlllos desiring toinlor roasts,
jj juicy steaks mill chops should
call on tliu
; Central Meat Market
" L . Wo nuku n specialty of family trade
and sell tlio best at reasonable
. I, Ilguros.
H. E. GARES, Proprietor.
j 21 1 Nutmnii St. Tolophono 104.
Gold, Silver and Plated Ware,
in the Latest Designs,
All Goods Guaranteed na Koprcsented.
MANUF UTLTRINO JEWKLKR
M. R. COUNTER
507 Fort Street.
LATEST STYLES JEWELRY
By laet stottmer from tho Oost.
THE REGULAR THING
Vt my Mtnrp, whore the
BEST CUSTOM WORK
Iri ilouti rep uriutc mill now work
both. Plus, rl-'gs, bracelets, watch
H. G. BIART 404A Fnrt St
417 NL'UAyU ST.
Repairs fine complicated Watches, Clocks, Music
Doxes and Jewelry.
All work guaranteed Thlrry-fivejears experience
fill LABOR LAUNDRY !
lEETOHflH IMIX2HB !!!
Your work solicited, ntul the ilnufit
chtss of service AT REASONABLE
Only While Labor Rmp'oycd
All Flannels and Silks washed by
hand. Ordinary Meiidlmr, and Hut
tons Sowed On.
jSTTelupliono f)83, and leave ymu
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO,
E0. A. WILLIAMS, F. D.,
Office and Parlors
514 & 510 Fort St. , near Hotel.
FREE FROM FEVER.
No Dancer of Infection of Troops bf
Yellow Jnck In I'nrto Itlco.
Surgeon General Sternberg said re
cently tbat ho bcllovctl tho troops which
havo gono to Porto Itlco would bo in
llttlu danger of contracting yellow fever.
"While yellow fever sometimes exists
in San Juan," said Ocneral Sternberg,
"it very seldom prevails in tho interior
of tho island. Tho Pan Juan visitations
nro not cry frequent uo more so, in
fact, than tho visitations from which
Now Orleans has sutlcrcd, and tho fever
is generally of it mild type, San Juan
has never been considered n yellow fe
ver breeding center, as aro Havana unci
Santiago. Tho reason why Porto Rico
is so much freer from tho fever than
tho principal Cuban ports is that Porto
Itlco gets little of tho coastwise trade
as compared with tho largo cities of
Cuba. It is tlieso coastuiso vessels
which aro largely responsible for tho
spread if uot indeed for tho exlbtcuco
or tho pest. Most of them aro frightful
"Tho greatest caro will bo taken to
prevent an outbreak of tho infection
among tho Porto HI can troops. Tho ar
rangements for looking after tho health
of tho men will bo much better than
was possiblo nt Santiago. Wo entertain
llttlo fear that tho army which lus
gonu to Torto Rico will havo to contend
with tho plague," St. Louis Globe
Democrat. PARSON IN PINK PYJAMAS.
All tho Clntlien Flclillnc Clmiilnlii Vnn
Do Water Could C.rt.
Thero was ouo hero on tho hospital
ship Relief who didn't go into battle,
yet ho saved somo lives, tho doctors and
nurses sny. His namo is Nat Horohau,
clrt'tilclan of tho Relief. Ho was tho
.'hip's comedian, ond mnro than one
long night of agony was softened by his
unfailing good humor. Ho told stories
and funny things to tho wounded by tho
hour, and on tho night when tho ship
was in sight or homo and yet iuquarau
tluo ho got up a concert to cheer tho
lie had a. funny story to tell about
Chaplain Van Do Water, tho "fighting
parson" of tho Soventy-flrst New York.
MHo camo to mo at Sibonoy," said Hor
oliiin, "and asked mo to get him some
thing to wear. His own clothes ho said,
wcro all worn out, and ho hadn't had a
change sluco ho'd been there Well, the
only thing I could get was a pair ol
"They wero tho biggest aboard, but
not big enough for tho chaplain, hut
ho had to get into them, and ouo of tho
sights of tho beach was to mi tho Rov
Dr. Van Do Water goiug around in them.
Necr was thero a braver man. Ho was
working 24 hours a day among tho
wounded boys and under flro too. Now
York ought to bo proud of him and of
his regiment. " Now York World.
Has been photographed by every profes
sional and amateur that ever came to the
Island of Oaliu. Few of the new-comers
know that It is called by the natives
Letilii. or the Circle of Fire!
The views that 1 have taken of tills
noble headland are finer than any that
have ever been taken before 1 make no
exception. This I claim for ALL OF MY
VIEWS, both because of the chemical
work and the artistic conception of the
Merit Wins &
If you will only come and look at my
work you will agree with me.
C. E. LeMUNYON,
Roonm U jmcl A, Love Building.
Chlnesu and Japanese Firms.
I havo Jutt received a big importation
of those goods.
Hotel St,, nonr Fort.
. Silver Wnro
WING WO TAI & GO.
214 Nuuanu stroot
W. W. AHANA
323 Nuuanu St.
tTlne Suitings in English, Scotch and
Amorlcan Goods made to ordor.
-Fostodlce box 086.
210 King stroeti
Qitlcult Collections a Specialty
STRUCK BY A MAUSER
EXPERIENCE OF EDWARD MARSHALL,
WOUNDED WAR CORRESPONDENT.
Uo Tell How It Feel to lln Shot Through
the Splno liy a Himnlsh Ilullpt Hon- R
Manner Sounila Troof Thnt It Ii ss
I will endeavor to toll how it feels to
lio hit by a Mauser bullet, my own ex
perienco having been gained from ono
that phot nway part of my backbond.
When tho rough riders ran into a
Spanish ambnscado at La Quasiua, I
first emptied my revolver at tho enemy
Then I began to look around. I was
standing under a roynl palm trco tn'ak.
ing notes when I felt tho treo shiver. I
looked up and saw threo or four bullet
holes in it. Tho flro was getting thicker
and thicker. I went over to somo wound
( d men to seo what I could do for them.
Suddenly I felt a blow in tho back. It
was not very hard or at all painful. It
was as if somebody had givcii mo a
light punch. I fell down, and to my
surprlso I was uuablo to get up. I had
stopped n Mauser ballot Tho air was
full of tho bounds of Muiibcr bullets and
of rapid firing guns brought from tho
Tho Mauser makes n strango hissing
sound quite unllko that of tho old bul
lets As near as I can describe the
sound, it is thrco Z's and then
EW thus, Z-Z-Z-EW, You feel
as if you could dodgu tho bullets.
Tho sound of tho rapid flro guns is ter
rifying for iikito so than that of tho
Mausers. Itisn continuous "br-r-r-r."
Thero is not time for any ono shot to
make a complelo report, Ono runs into
Tho Red Cross pcoplocamo to mo first
and bandaged ma After that a surgeon
examined mo and told mo I had only u
few moments to live, as my wound was
mortal. I believed him. I fainted once,
and then I found myself lying under the
trees with somo other wounded men.
Ouo of them said, "Let's sing a song tn
show thoMi fellowswo aren't dead." So
wo sang "Tho Star Spangled Rainier"
and "Rally Round tho Flag, Roys,"
rather out ot tune.
At this stage I felt nboltitclyuoraln.
1 simply lay in tho long glass with
out any unpleasant Ecnsatloii. I alter
ward fouud many men who had had
similar oxj eriences. Tho surgeon's state
ment that my wound was mortal pro
duced us llttlo impression on mo men
tally us tho wound had physically. This
indifference, mental and physical, can
only bo attributed to tho tiumendous
shock produced by tho Mauser bullet.
Later, when I began to rcgaiu sensation,
I felt us if rcdhot needles wcro being
stuck into my spino all tho way from
tho bottom of my back to my main.
This, 1 havo sluco found, was. dm. to
splinters of bono sticking in tho spinal
My observations in tho field and on
the hospital ship Olivette, where were
'.'71 ot tho wounded, incline mo to the
strong belie f that tho Manser bullet is u
limit merciful Implement of warfare, ii
any bullet eau bu said to bo merciful. 1
saw many men wounded mid probably
half a doon killed. In ouo case ii group
of eight men, not moru than a doeu
yards from me, went ihawu within 0U
seconds. They fell iu a quiet Imp.
Thero was uo jumping iu tho air, no
throwing up of arms, not ono scream. I
heard ono chap quietly remark: " Whew 1
I'm hit I" Tho others said nothing. I
wcntocr nud pulled them apart and
suieeedcd in separating them without
tuiciug a groau. Nouo of tho wounds
t us mortal.
It seemed to bo n peculiarity of the
Mauser that every man struck by it, no
matter how slightly, dropped instantly
to tho ground. Trumpeter Cassa, who
was wounded in tho hand so slightly
that after I wus shot ho helped to carry
mo a cuuplo of wiles over rough roadt
to tho Held hospitul, dropped liku a log
wh-u ho was shot.
Major Bxody and a finer soldier
novcr stopped n bullet was hit iu tho
forearm. Ho wcut down instantly iu a
lump. Tho burgeons ou the Olhctto as
sured mo that at least ono-third of tho
wounded men thoy brought homo to
Now York would havo died or buffered
amputatiou if thoy had been struck by
bullets like tboso used in tho civil w,ur.
If my wound had been mado by such a
bullet, the doctors tell mo I should havo
been instantly killed.
Tho threo men whoso bruins wero
actually pierced by Mauser bullets und
worn brought back on tho Olivette
would, of course, havo becu instantly
killed if thoy had been struck by bul
lots of larger caliber. I owo my llfo to
tho skillful operating and euro of Major
Appel of the Olivutto, assisted by Dr.
W. E. Parker and Liouteuauts D. O.
Howaid, L. P Smith uud 11. L. Brown.
Edward Mur&hull in Now York Jour
nal. During I ho post two years, Mrs.
J. W. Alosander, wifo of the edi
tor of the "Waynesboro, (Miss.)
Times, has, in a grent many in
Btonces, relieved hor baby when
in the first stages of croup, by
giving it Oharaberlnin's Cough
Remedy. She looks upon this
romedy as a household neoeesity
and beliovos that no better medi
cine haB ever been put in bottles.
Thero aro many thousands of
mothers in this broad land, who
are of the same opinion. It is tho
only rotnedy that can always bo
depended upon as a preventive
and euro for croup. 50 cent bot
tles are for solo by Bouson, Smith
3-W W W W W W
k GET IT si
I AT WATERHOUSE'S. J
A Spasm of Joy
L Is sben in the faces of the jj.
I patrons of this store when they -T
see the handsome line of Crock- L
l" ery and Glassware.
I ARE I
New fresh Groceries of the
i'TURE FOOD" grade in our
i vjiereciy lcj'.ii Mucin. vvi;uii; i
always on the alert to serve
I you with the best of every- "T
thing that the American and
I European markets can produce i
i J. T. Waterhousei
Waverley Illock, Hctliel St.
Established In 1851. Leaders In 1898.
3 W W W W W W
Surgeons and Physicians.
DR WALTER HOFFMANN.
CORNER RERKTANIA AND 1'UNCH-
Ofllco Hours: 8 to 10 a. in.; 1 to 3
p. m.; 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays: 8 to 10
a. in. Tolophono 510. P. O. Box 601.
( DR. A. N. SINCLAIR,
113 KINO ST., NEXT OPERA HOUSE.
Hours: 0-10 u. in., 1-3 p. in., 7-8 p.m.
Sundays, 12-2 p. in.
Tolophono 7-11. 1107-3m
Dlllco: 637 Kino Stiiui.t, near Punch
bowl, Honolulu, II. I.
TELEPHONE No. -148
Hours: 8 to II n. in.; U to & p. in.;
0 to 7 p. in.
EQX.At Dr. Day's olllco 0 to 12 in.; 7
to 8 p. in. '
E ALBERT JONES DERBY
CORNER FORT AND HOTEL STS.,
Tnr.KPHONKs: Olllco, 016; Rosldonco,
789. Homts: 0 a. in. to -1 p. m.
A. C. WALL, D. D. S.,
Sew Lovo's UniMlnR, Fort Street.
DR. F. E. CLARK,
13-14 Progress niock, cornor Borotanla
and l-'ort Stroota, Honolulu.
DR. R. I. MOORE,
No. 210 Hotol stroot. Tolophono 503
HOURS: 0 to 12 a.m. und I to 4 p.m.
Gr4uitt of McGIII University, Montreal.!
lias Mil len years piabliiai rx'ciiciiic in ins Ileal-
menl ot Hones. Cattli Ml Domestic Pels In the
Orders let! at Out) or Pantheon Stablas will be
received and promptly attended to.
VJJice 010 Jon at. Telephone 7Sb
Office and Infirmary, - - 863 King St.
VST Modorn and Humano Trontment.
H. MAY & GO.
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
615 & 617 Fort St., Honolulu
rvOanhonnr 'l'i P.O. Box 470
IfiyPorsons attending tho Orphoum
can lcavo tholr bicycles with mo without
Open nights. 721 Fort street,
Incorporated Under thb Laws
I of tub Hawaiian Republic.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
Char. M. Cookh, ProMdout.
J. II. Athkkton, Vieo-Prosldent
C. H. Cookk, Cashier.
F. C. Athmiton, Socrotary.
V. W. 'Macfarlano,
E. D. Tonnoy,
Solicits tho Accounts of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, and 'will
carofuUy and promptly attend to all
business connected with banking en
trusted to it. Soil and purclinso Forolgn
Exchange, lsstio Lottors of Crodlt.
Ordinary and Torm DoposltH roeolvod,
and Intorcst nllowod tn nccordanco 'with
rules and conditions pt luted in Pass
books, nsplos of which may bo had upon
Sufo doposlt boxes routod by month
or yoar. 105
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
o. a tkapuagen,
223 Merchant St.. Honolulu,
Between Fort and Alakea,
Telephone : : : 734
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
ALLEN & ItOBINSOX,
Qucon Htreot, Honolulu.
F. H. REDWARD.
Contractor and Builder
Olllcenand Stores fitted up and
Estimates lven on
ALL KINDS OF WORK
tST Otllcu and Shop. No. filU Fort street,
adjoining W. W. Wright's Carrlago Shop.
To My Patrons and the Public,
Having recovered from my re
cent illness, I am ufiain prepared
to do all kinds of Tinsmith and
Plumbing work as heretofore.
Thanking yon for pnst favors, 1
rPBpectftuly solicit a continuance
of the same.
JAS. NOTT, Jr.
flfST Tel. 844.
Monuments and Headstones,
Tho undorslgnod Is prepared, to do
CEMETERY WORK OF ALIi KINDS,
and supply MONUMENTS and HEAD
STONES of which ho has a groat va
riety of tho Latost and Most Artistic
Doslgus, und will also supply Stono Cop
ing soparatoly for surrounding co mo
te ry lots.
tSf Estlmatos glvon in Murblo, Gra
nite, Hawaiian Stono, etc.
A Mew Paint Shop.
Having associated with us Mr. John
II. Wost, a practical Hotiso Palntor,
Docorator and Wood Pollshor, "wo aro
now proparod to glvo ostlumtos on all
kinds of work In that lino.
Mr. Wost having had n practical ox
porloneo of ovor twonty yoars In San
Francisco and otlior largo cltlos on tho
Coast, wo fool conlldout tliat any work
oiitrustod to us will glvo ontlro satisfac
tion to our patrons.
Peerless Preserving Paint Co.
WW tirtf DECORATINO AND NATURAL
S3, S3 WOOD riNISIIING A SPECIALTY.
Grainer, Glazier, and
TlNTER : : :
1070 Noxt to Pollco Station
Have You Seen Them?
Thoso elogant WROUGHT IRON
FENCES wo are putting up around
tho mora handsonio rosldonco lots iu
town? Costs no moro than n wooden
fouco; lasts a llfo timo: a combination of
beauty and strength that nill udd moro
to tho attractlvunoss of your homo than
Bny otlior lniprovomont for twlco tho
monoy. Call and boo our wunploa.
Iron Work of overy description. Im
ported and doiuostla MONUMENTS,
Tombstones and Statuary.
Estlmatos given on all kinds of Grad
ing, Stono Work and Torraclng, Curbing
and Coinont Sidewalks, Comont work
of all kinds. Lottor Cutting in brass,
iron and stono.
Stoncll making a spoclalty.
Hawaiian Iron Ponco and Monu-
H. E. HENDRIOK, Manogor.
315 Fort stroot.
Wm. O. lllWIH.
Sin FYancitco Agenl Tns NiVADi. Baxk or
OBAW BICIIAHQB ON
dAM Franoisco Tho Nevada Bank of San
London The Unlou Hank of London, Ltd.
Sew York American Exchange National
CmoAoo Merchant National Bank.
Paris Comptolr National d'Eecotnpt d
Berlin Drcsdncr BankjL
Qonokono and YoKonAMA Hongkong A
Stianghal Banking Corporation.
NnwZnALAND and Australia Bank of Now
Victoria and Vancouver Bank ol British
raBsact a General Bailing and Eicbaoge Business
Depoiate Received. Loans made on Ap
proved Security. Commercial and Travelers
Credits Issued. Bills of Exchange bought
Collections I'hosiitlt Accounted For.
BISHOff & CO.
Ki.v.t.ira T.niiABlia .,I11 ..
received anil lntorost nllcwod by tills
Rank at four and ono-lmlf por cont.
por nnnpm. Tho tonus, rulos ond
reirulatlnns of tlm Itnu-nllnii P.voi.il .,,.
nigs Rink havo boon adopted as for us
ii in iiniuuciiujo in irppiy mom, ami tlio
Cash Rosorvo of $50,000 as ro(tiIrod un
dor tho Postal Act will ho nmlntaliiod.
Prlntotl coplos of tho Rules and Reg
ulations may bo obtained 011 application.
liiMiur ,v UO.
BISHOP cSc Co.
Transact a Gonoral Banking
.nd Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Letters of Credit issued, avail
ible in all the principal cities
)f tho world.
Intorcst nllowod uf tor .Tnlv
1, 1898, on flxod deposits 3
inontlis 6 nor cont.. u lnontlin
3i i)or cent., 12 montlis 4
Pioneer Bui ding and
Assets, Dec. 31, 1898, $110,808.38
Monoy loanod on approved socurlty.
A Savings Rank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on tho monthly install
Eighteenth Sorios of Stock tn nmv
Omcfiits: T. P. Ijinslng, rresldont:
S. R. Roso, Vlco-Prosidont; C. II. Gray,
Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Socrotary.
sJiiif.e-ruiis: j. i-; lJ.tislng,H.lI. Roso,
A. V. Gear, A. W. Kooch, J. G. Hoth
woll, Honry Smith, J. J. McLoan, J. D.
Holt, C. R. Gruy. '
For furtlior particulars apply to
A. V. GEAR, Secretary.
Chamber of Commorco rooms.
Olllco Hours: 12:301:30 p. m.
T5b ohama gpecie Banl
Bnbsoribod Capital Yen 12,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen Kl.fiOO.OOO
HeservoFund Yen 6,060,600
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
RRANOHES AND AGENOHa.
Kobe, London, Lyons, NewVork,
San Francisco, Shanghai,
Bombay, Hong Kong,
Thn Ttanlt linvn n,i,l r,innt,rno fn .niiAA
Hon Dills of Exchango, issues Drafts and
LiOttCrS Of OrOfltt ntl tlin iiltnim Itmnnli..
and Agonclos, und transacts a goueral
yn rixej Ptpojlt tor u months, 4 ptr cent p. a.
On Fixed Dep.islt tor 6 months. "
On Fixed Di-uujli (or 1 nos. 1 "
uy me imi umce ol Yokohama, on Current D-
posit. 3H per tent, per annum.
On Hxed Deposit lur is months, j per cent. p. a.
Hew Repiiniip Hniminn ill King St. nonoluln.
Tht; . . .
Cor. Alakea & Holekauwila Sts.
Has a large assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on band,
Estimates giyen for house wir
ing and Electrical plants.
Marino Wiring a speoialty,