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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MAY 9, 1899.
, . Attorneys.
Have moved their law offices to the
Jttdd Bloclr, Rooms 308 and 309.
GILBERT F. LITTLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
i chakles i. mmw
ltfc'orney at Haw and
! rotary 3?ublio.
j Knahumauu Street.
JOHN" D. KAJJLUKOTJ,
'A.i i oriiey-at-Law
BETHEL ST., HONOLULU.
ij. M. KAVEAKUA,
Attorney and. Oounsollor at
OIHco: In tlio Occidental Ilotol, cor
nerof King and Alul.oa Streets, Hono
W. C. Ann. Enoch Johnson'.
AOHI & JOHNSON,
Attorneys and Counselors
Omoo No. 10 Wost King streot.
. Tolopnono 884.
F. M. BROOKS,
Corner Tort and Hotel streets,
Over FalrchllJ's Shoe Storp,
i HONOLULU, H. 1.
FREDERICK W. HANKEY,
Will practice. In all Uie Hawaiian ni United Sutei
Rooms 9-10, PROGRESS BLOCK,
Cor. Fort and Deretanla streets.
FRANCIS J. BERRY,
IVII practice In all the U. S. Federal
and State Courts
Progress Block, cor. Deretanla and Fort streets.
nil I i:-Rooms 5 and 6.
HAS MOVED to the Judd
Block, Fort St.
Surgeons and Physicians.
DR. WALTER HOFFMANN.
J1ERETANIA STREETS, (opposlto tho
; Hwalinn Ilotol.)
Ofllco Hours: 8 to 10 u. in.; 1 to 3
p. in.; 1 10 o p. m. oiincmys: 01011
m. 111. Tolcpliono 510. P. O. Pox 601.
413 KINO ST., NEXT OPERA HOUSE.
Hours : 0-10 b. m., 1-3 p. m., 7-8 p.m.
8andaysu12-2 p. in.
Telophono 741. 1107-3m
DR., C. L. GARVIN
Onico: 537 Kino Struct, near Punch
bowl, Honolulu, II. I.
.TELEPHONE No. 448
Hours: 0 to 11 n. ni.; 1 to 3 p. 111.;
t 7 to a p. in.
A. C.WALL.D.D. S.,
Hew Love's Balldlnn, Fort Btreett
DR. F. E. CLARK,
M-14 Progress Block, corner Deretanla
and Fort Stroetfl, Honolulu.
DR. R. I. MOORE,
Ho. 219 Hotel street. Tolephono 505.
HOURS; D to 12 a.m. and X to 4 p.m.
ELECTRICAL FACIAL M ASSAGE. most approv
al method. MANICURING. Office Hours, 10 a. m"
to 5 p. tn. "VINEYARD STREET, third cotta
vest ol Nuuinu street. ngi
Souvenir Photo. Jewelry
was first introduced here by
King Bros, who represent the
manufacturer of the very best
of this class of work. A view
of their samples is invited.
Color work a specialty. Leave
your orders at KING BROS.,
410 Hotel street.
"Cnlumot" makos thollght-
ost, swootoBt and most
Ml III JET Baking
NONE 80 GOOD.
"THAT HAN IS FRUGAL
And content indeed,
who tincls rood, solace
IN A WEED."
Note the following
fiopului brands of our
direct from the
Napoleon the First, Caballeros size, too In
Napoleon the First, Camellas size, 100 In
Afrlcano, Conchas Selectas, 50 In a box.
" Jockey Club, 100 In a box.
" Delmonlcos, 25 In a box.
Adelina Pattl, Esplenldos, "
Cas-indra Reeatla. Ulorlosn, 50 In a box.
La Travlata Regalia. Nonpareil, 100 In box.
Heiiry Clav, Camellas. 50 In a box.
" Puritanas, Finos, 50 in a box.
Bock & Co., " " " "
H. Upmann. Cosmopolitanos, 50 in a box.
Alexander Humboldt, Pacificos.so In a box.
Alexander Humboldt, Republicans, 50 box
R. Fulton, Conchas Especials, 50 In a box.
" Rccuerdos, 25 in a box.
La Intlmldad de Antonlno Caruncho, 50 b.
La tspanoia fclcfinntes, 25 in a oox.
86?" All of which we offer In quantities
Special prices to the trade.
Lends & Co.
211 FORT STREET.
H. MAY & GO.
Wholesale and Retail Grocories.
615 & 517 Fort St., Honolulu
Telephone! 2'i P.O. Box 470
108 KING STItEET.
G. J. WALLER,
Wholesale and Retail
BEST OP MEATS.
Famlllos desiring tendor roasts,
Juloy sloaks and chops should
call on the
Central Meat Market
Wo make a specialty of family trnde
and Roll tho host at reasonable
H E. GARES, Proprietor.
214 Nunanu St. Telophono 104.
Cor. Queen and Fort Sts.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers In
Hay, Grain, Food,
Egyptian Oorn, oto.
Our Goods are Always Fresh.
Island Orders Solicited.
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO,
EO. A. WILLIAMS, F. D.,
Office and Parlors
514 & 510 Fort St. , near Hotel.
Real Estate Transaction.
Subscribers are tarnished with from live
to six lists ner week, giving an aoonratf
record of all deods, mortgages, leaBoa, re.
leases, poworn of attorney, etc, eto., whloi
are plaoed on record.
Subscription Price, $2.00 per Month,
A. V. GEAB,
Judd Building, Honolulu,
Ti WashinfftoD Feci Co.
FIGHT FOR RIGHT OF WAY.
Continued front Pago 3.
tno 'lcutn cavalry wero close tip in sup
port of tho First. Thore was only ono
troop hold in reserve. Gonoral Young
callod Wheeler's nttcntlon to the firing
on Wood's line, vrliloh Indicated that
Wood was advancing us fast ns the reg
ulars. General Young said to Wheeler
that ho had tho utmost coufldonco in
success. Captain Wainrlght's troop of
tho First WO! off ou tho extreino right
of tho regulars, following n road north
of tho main road which would turn tho
Spanish loft. Wood's advauoo would
turn tho Spanish right. It booms from
reports of Gonoral Young's aids that
the Spanish flanks were turned simul
taneously, and tho Spaniards retreated
in a rout Oaptnin Beck's and Captain
Galbrnlth's regular troops formed n
junction with Wood, and then tho lino
of battlo was continuous from end to
cud, from Walnright on tho oxtromo
right to tho left of tho rough riders.
Tho fight lasted about 1 hour nnd 20
minutes from tho tlmo tho Hotcbblss
guu first opened until tho Spanish flauks
wero tninod. Thero was some firing for
20 miuntos moro, hut it nil ouded nt
0:45 0. in. General Young eont ordors
up tho lluo not to follow tho Spaniards.
Tho day was very hot. His men wero
very tlrod and wero wot through from n
heavy rain that had fallen tho night bo
foro. Tho lino wns rearranged in tho ex
pectation of n counter attack.
TheSpnniHli largely outnumbered tho
Amerlcnue nt Las Gnashuas. Their pa
pors boasted that 2,800 of tholr men
IkhI cheeked tho wholo -American army.
Culi.im asserted that tho Spaniards
numbered .1 000 that day. Other esti
mates plarcd It nt 2,500. Young's total
foreo was 0U5
After tho battlo Goneral Young ad
mitted to Wheeler that ho (Young) had
mittlo 0110 mlftako after nil. Ho ald
that that wits in tho matter of deploy
ment as his column ndvanccd. Ono troop
had diverged to tho loft lustoad of go
ing in direct. General Wheeler replied:
''I have watched tho game from btartto
finish, mid if I had it' to do ovor would
not change ono iota of your plau. I nov
or wituussod a battlo that was carried
out so entirely without ohango of plau."
Tho only intorforonco on tho part of
Gonoral Whcolor was to urgo Genoral
Young personally to koop undor cover.
General Young is a ginut in stature.
His oxposuro that day, noticed and com
mented on by nil, was not douo for
bravado. Ho did it to sot an example- to
officers nnd moil who had uover been
undor firo before. Ho thought that if
thoy saw their general taking tho usual
risks it would bavo a good effect.
Goneral Young said to Whcolcr that
ho had throughout tho utmost confidence
of succoss, nddlng: "Gonoral, if I had
lost this battlo and still lived, you
would havo my resignation. My object
of fighting this battlo was to get Las
Guasimas for tho army's camp."
Tho total loss in General Young's
command was 05 killed and wounded.
Tho strength of tho squadron of rough
riders was about equal to tho strength
of tho squadrons of tho First and Tenth
cavalry present Tho rough riders lost
eight killed nnd tho regulars ojght In
tho regulars Major Boll and Captain
Blrom wero wounded. Seven out of tho
eight killed in tho regulars bolongod to
tho First, which IPlY
had tho advanco. lSi&'i
Tho casualties in
tho regulars' col
umn occurred at
tho beginning of
tho advanco, near
a small church
Just ns ho was1
to lead his men in
tho rush for cov
er, whilo in ad
vanco. Moior Boll 0EN- touno, c,
, a. v.
was shot through both shin bones. On
an nverago tho mon in tho rogulars'
column fired a little short of ten rounds
each. This was duo to tho firo dis
cipline. In tho firo discipline men
aro taught when to firo, to firo at
tho enemy only, undor certain circum
stances, uud tho uumbor of ronnds to
firo for a given purpose. Unlimited fir
ing is pormittod only at tho supremo1
moinont. Seldom is thoro firing at will.
Tho Btory of tho ambush of tho rough
riders was started by an adjutant of the
regiment, who lost his head during or
boforo tho battlo and rnshed back 0
Slbonoy, whoro ho spread foarful talcs
of ambush and slaughter, stating that
Colonol Wood had boon killed. This
man had formerly been a regular offloor
and was soon disposed of after tho bat
tlo. In point of fact, as soon as Colonol
Wood readied tho top of tho hill over
which tho trail ran ho throw out an
advanco guard nnd took oyory precau
tion against surprise. Owing to the
denso bush, rcconnoltoring was diffi
cult. At 7:10 u. m. his advanco piokots
saw signs of tho onomy. The lino was
then doployod in skirmish order and
began to adrnuco carofully.
Firing bogan immediately. Tho Span
ish lino was long. Wood doployod an
other troop on tho right aud left to ex
tend his line. Still tho Spanish over
lapped both flanks. Two moro troops
wore doployod ou tho flanks. Firing
was heavy at short range, and on Cap
aln Oapron's front was torriflo. Capron
wns mortally wounded. Finally Wood
brought up his last reserved troop.
Tho wholo lino advanced slowly, but
steadily, forcing back tho euemy's
right. Tho Spaniards wero drivon
from tholr btroug position among tho
rocks. Thoy took position UOO yards
in tho roar. Wood's lino advanced,
nnd tho battlo again bocamo heavy.
For n short tlmo tho Spaniards north
01 tno road, in front of tho regu
lars, enfiladed Wood's'llno. Tho right
troops of Wood's lino turnod tholr firo
against them. This spirited assault of
tho regulars in front caused tho ovaonn
tion of tho north cud of tho rldgo. Tho
junction of tho rough riders nnd the
regulars was then coniploto, nnd it was
n rnnulng fight nntil tho Spaniards
wero boyoud rango.
Major Brodlo of tho rough ridors was
shot through tho nrm whilo on tho fir
ing lino. Captain McClintock had both
bones of his leg brokon on tho firing
line. Lieutenant Thomas of Captain
Capron's troop was shot soon nftor tho
fall of tho captain.
Genoral Young, tho director of this
dashing affair, is a votoran of tho civil
war. At ono tlmo ho commanded n
brigado of dismounted cavalry in tho
Shcnaudoah valloy. Gonoral Escario
commanded tho Spaniards at Los Guasi
mas. George L. Kilmer.
Worked Llka a Charm.
" I took Hood's 8nr8Fipnrilltt for
liver nnd kidnoy troubles and it
worked like a clinrm, divine mo
relief at once. I havo taken it at
difToreot timos when I havo felt
tho troublo coming on and one
bottlo is always sufficient to pro
vont an attack." Ohas. Lcatborn,
VoioraiiB' Home, California.
That distress nftor eating ip pre
vented by ono or two of Hood's
Pills. Thoy don't gripe.
If you wunt a nico rnbber tiro
back with a carofai driver ring np
Olab Stnblo Hook Stand Tol. 819,
and wo guarantee you will be
L. F. Farley conducts a large
mercantile business at Liborty
Hill, Qa. Ho says: "One appli
cation ot Ohnmberian'a Pain
Balm rolioved mo of a severe pain
in my back. 1 think it O. K."
For lamo back, rheumatism, neu
ralgia, swellings, sprains, bruises,
burns and scalds no other lini
ment can approach Ohamborlian's
Pain Balm. It is intended espe
cially for those diseases and is
famous for its cures. For salo by
all dealers. I3enBon, Smith & Go,,
Is the fortune of all those who
Or in any other metropolis. When
ever this change is accompanied by
extensive improvements the
Pilikia : is : Endless.
We have surmounted it all, how
ever, and are now ready to attend
to the wants of our friends, at -126
Fort street, just below Hotel street.
426 Fort Street.
At the Tent!
DEWEY RESTAURANT AND
Free! Free!! Free!!!
I am now making a specialty of free
sittings to any one desiring my everlasting
Souvenir Photo Buttons
At the Tent, Fort street, above Dewey
We turn out the finest wnrk
at the most reasonable prices.
ouuvenir v lews or me isianas
in endless variety.
At tho Old Stand
OnFortStroot :: .
Incorporated Under tub Laws 1
I of the Hawaiian Republic.
OFFICEIW AND DIRECTORS:
CitAH. M. Cookk, l'rosidont.
J. U. AmKnTON, "Vice-President
0. H. Cookk, Cashier.
F. C. ATHKnxoN, Secretary.
F. W. Macfarlane,
E. D. Tonney,
J. A. McCandless.
Solicits tho Accounts) of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, and will
carefully anil promptly attend to all
buslnoss connected with banking on'
trusted to it. Soil and purchaso Forolgn
Exchange-, Isiuo Letters of Credit.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT t
Ordinary and Torm Doposlti rocolvod,
atid.Iutorcst allowod in accordance with
rules and conditions pilntcd in Pass
books, copies of which may bo had upon
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
O. G. TRAPHAGEN,
223 Merchant St., Honolulu,
Between Fort and Alakca,
Telephone : : : 734
OP ALL KINDS.
Doalors in Lumber and Goal.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Queen street, Honolulu.
Contractor and Builder.
IIoum Movlnc. anJ alt Kinds of Heavy Weljhti
NO. it FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
(ODDOilta Club Stablts).
Residence Telephone ioou n67-tt
H. L. KERR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
To My Patrons and the Public.
Having recovered from my re
cent illness, I am apain prepared
to do all kinds of Tinsmith and
Plumbing work as herctoforo.
Thankincr vou for nast favors. 1
respectfully solicit a continuance
of the same.
JAS. NOTT, Jr.
10- Tel. 844.
A New PaintShop.
Having associated with us Mr. John
II. Wost, a practical Houso Painter,
Docorator and Wood Pollshor, wo aro
now pro pared to glvo estimates on all
kinds of work in that lino.
Mr. West having had a practical ox-
porlonco of ovor twonty yoara in Han
Francisco and othor lirgo citlos on tho
Const, wo feol conddont that any work
ontrustod to us will glvo ontiro satisfac
tion to our patrons. t
Peerless Preserving Paint Co.
HW DECORATING AND NATURAL
131 WOOD FINISHING A SPECIALTY.
Tinter : : :
Next to Police Station
Marhlo, Granite and Hawaiian Stone
TILING, COUNTER TOPS,
Fort Street, opposite Chinese Cnnrcn.
All kinds ot Lettering and Carving.
Estimator Furnished. 1140
Three Points :
ls what you should consider and decide
when buvlne Monuments. We will trv
and help you out on all these.
1 lie uniy murine inai is impervious 10
Moulds and will not stain Is the KENE-
SAW GEORGIA AND ITALIAN
MARBLE. We are the sole agents for
this marble on the Hawaiian Islands, and
will be glad to show you our samples and
designs at our office and salesrooms.
We are In position to furnish stone cope
Ing cheaper than any firm in Honolulu.
Be sure and get prices before buying.
Hawaiian Iron Focco and Monu-
Telephone 602 841 King street
Wm. 0, Irwih.
Km Fi-aneUeo Agent Tna Nbvida. Bah S OF
DBA.W EZCtUJIOS ON
4k Francisco Tho Nevada Dank of Sao
London The Union Bnnk of London, Ltdi
Niw York American Exchange National
Cmruoo Merchants National Bank.
Pabis Comptolr National d'Kecompt de
Bbrlin Drctdncr Bank:
UONOKONO AND TOKOttAMA UongKODg A
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
Niw Zealand and Australia Bank of New
Victoria and Vancouver Bank of British
ransact a General Baiting and Eicliaiige Business
Dcpoltta Received. Loans mado on Ap
proved Security. Commercial and Travelers
Credits Issued. Bills of Exchange bought
COLLKOTIONS PnOUFTLT ACCOtJNTID FOB.
umwQE & &
Savings Do posits will bo
rocelvod and interest allcwod by thla
Bank at four and ono-half per cent,
per annum. Tho forms, rules and
regulations of tho Hawaiian Postal Sav
ings Bank havo boon adopted as far m
It Is practicable to npply thorn, and tho
Cash Ilosorvo of $50,000 as required un
dor tho Postal Act will bo maintained.
Printed coplos of tho Rulos and Reg
ulations may bo obtalnod on application.
UISIIOP & CO.
BISHOP cSc Co.
Transact a Goneral Banking
ind Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler'!
Letters of Credit issued, avail
ible in all the principal cities
if tho world.
Interest allowed after July
1,1898, on fixed deposits 3
months 3 per cent., 6 months
3 per cent., 12 months 4
Pioneer Building and
Assets, Dee. SI, 1898, $110,808.38
Monoy loaned on approvod security.
A Savings Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on tho monthly install
Eiuhteonth Serins nf Rlrvlr I. nr
Offioeiis: T. F. Lansing, President:
S. D. Rose, VIco-Prosidont; 0. B. Gray,
Treasurer; A. V. Guar, Socrotary.
DntECTORs : T. F. Lansing, S. B. Rose,
A. V. Guar, A. W. Kuech, J. a. Roth
well, Henry Smith, J. J. McLoan, J. D,
Holt, 0. B. Gray.
For further particulars apply to
A. V. GEAR, Secretary.
Chamber of Commorce rooms. 1
Office Hours: 12:30 1:81) p. in.
Tlje Yokohama Specie M
Subscribed Capital Yen 12,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 10,500 000
Reserve Fund Yen 7,300,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCHES AND AGENCIES.
Kobe, London, Lyons, New York.
San Frunclseo, Shanghai,
Bombay, Hong Eong,
Tlin TlAnlf tinva Anil Himlna. tr am
tion Bills of Exchange, issues Drafts and
uoucra ui liruuu on mo a novo uranolioa
and Agouclos, and transacts a goneral
banking bust now.
on nxta Deposit , months, 4 percent p. a.
On Fixed Dpoll tnr 6 monUis, jtf "
On Fixed Deposit lur 1 mo. 1
uy the (lead Ulhce al Yokohama, on Current D
roll, 4 per cent, per annuo.
Ixed Deposit for u months, 6 per cent p. .
Kew BepnMlc Bcliaino. lilKlng 8L, Honolnm.
The . . .
Cor. Alakea & Halekauwila Bta.
Has a large assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hand,
EstimatfiR rrivnn tnr V.nnn ,
lng and Eleotrioal plants.
marine wiring a Bpeoialty,
'A - ffeg&r 'iL$&S$te&