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THE EVENING BULLETIN: EONOLULL, H. I.,
A. L. C. ATKINSON,
Ottlco, corner King mill Ilutlicl street",
lave moved their law offices to the
JuJJ Block, Rooms 308 and 309.
GILBERT . KITTLE,
ITTORNEY AT LAW.
JLttorney at Law and
JOHN L. KAUL.UKOU,
BkTHEL St., Honolulu.
. ,1.M. KANKATCUA,
xtlornoy and Oouusollor at
0(11 1'. In llio Occidental Hotol, cor
rol 'Clng anil Alal.oa Streitts, Hono-
. '.'. A"in. Knock. Johnson.
AOHT & JOHNSON,
attorneys and Counselors
OflUo No. 10 West King streot.
3?. M. BROOKS,
Crrner Fort mi Hotel trcet,
Ovtr rlrchlU'i Shoe Store,
FREDERICK W. HANKEY,
73 practice In alt the Hawaiian anJ United Stiles
Rooms -io, PROGRESS BLOCK,
Ccr. Tort anJ tieretanU streets.
FR AXOIS J. BERRY,
Will practice In all the U. S TeJeral
and State Courts
ftrocren D.ock, cor. Derctanla and Fort streets.
r) :: Rooms 5 ana 6.
B. A. MOTT-SM1TH,
HAS MOVED to the Judd
Block, Fort St.
Surgeons and Physicians.
DR. WALTER HOFFMANN.
ucruriANTA srunrrrs, (opposite tho
OUlco Hour: 8 to 10 n. in.; 1 to 3
a m.; 7 to 8 p. in. Sundays: 8 to 11
a. to. Toleplione 510. P.O. Box 601.
BR. A. N. SINCLAIR,
ll3 KINO ST., NKXT OPERA H0TJSK.
Hours : O-'lO a. 111., 1-3 p. 111., 7-8 p. m
Amdays, 12-2 p. in.
M, C. L. GARVIN
QUco: 537 Kino Stiikkt, nonr Punch
bowl, Honolulu, II. I.
TKLKPHONK No. US
Hours: 9 to 11 a. 111.; 1 to 3 p. in.;
7 to 8 p. in.
DR. I. MORI,
136 BerxUnia street, between Emma
anil Fort streets.
Tol nhono 277. P. O. Box 813.
OWeu Hours: 0 to 12 n. in. and 7 to 8
35. in.; Snt.d.iyH, 0 to 12 a. 111. 1220
DR. T. iMITAMURA, M. D.
StDStilliog Rooms, 427 Nnuanu Street.
Tolophono 1.12. 1. (). Box 812.
SesliU'iico, G24 Nuunnii St. Cottage
Hospital, r30 NtiiLtnu St.
Uoum: 0 to 12 a. m. and 0 to 8 p. in.
Sundayx, 2 to 0 p. 111. 1212 flm
A. C. WALL, D. D. S.,
Bon Love's Dnildlnct, Fort Btreeti
DR. P. E. CLARK,
-Kl ProRresH Block, corner Boretauta
nil Vnri HI'onta. Tfonoluln.
DR. R. I. MOORE,
9. 310 Hotol street. Tolopliono 605,
JHOU1UH: U to 12 u'. 111. anil I to 4 p.m.
Calumet" Does Not Belong to n
Baking Powdor Truot, but Con-
umeraDre Rapidly Learning
to Plooo Their Trust In
NONE SO COOD.
"THAT MAN IS FRUGAL
And content indeed,
Who finds food, solace
fr IN A WEED."
Note the followiiijri
popular brands oV our
direct from the
Napoleon the First, Caballeros size, too in
Napoleon the First, Camellas size, 100 In
Afrlcano, Conchas Selectas, w In a box.
" Jockey Club, 100 In a box.
" Delmonlcos, 25 In a box.
Adellna Pattl, Esplenldos, "
" PreslJentes, "
Casandra Reealla, Gloriosa, 50 In a box.
La rntvlata Regalia. Nonpareil, 100 In box.
Henry Clav, Camellas, 50 In a box.
" Purltanas, Finos, 50 In a box.
Bock & Co., " V " "
H. Upmann. Cosmopolltanos, 50 In a box.
Alexander Humboldt, Padficos,5olna box.
Alexander Humboldt, Republlcanos, 50 box
R. Fulton, Conchas Especlals, 50 In a box.
Kecueruos, 25 in a dox.
La Intlmldad de AntonTno Caruncho, 50 b.
La Espanola Elegantes, 25 In a box.
8-AII of which we offer In quantities
to suit. Special prices to the trade.
Lewis & Co.
211 FORT STREET.
H. MAY & GO.
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
515 & 517 Fort St., Honolulu
Telephone 2H P.O. Box 470
METBOPOLITAN MEAT CO.
108 KING STREET.
Q. J. Waller, : : Manaoeii
Wholesale and Retail
BEST OP MEATS.
Families doslrlng teutlor roasts,
Juicy steaks and choiw should
call on tlio
Central Meat Market
Wo make a spoelalty of faintly trade
and soil tho boat at reasonable
1 1 iiuuiiiiii til.
1, A VllKAHM O,
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO,
ED. A. WILLIAMS, F. D.,
Office and Parlors
6U&516FortSt., near Hotel.
Cor. Queen and Fort Sts.
Solo Agonts for TOUT COSTA FLOUR.
Q. H. BERREY, : Manager.
Difflcnlt Collections a Specialty.
FORT CARRIED BY RUSH.
Continued from I'nt?" 3.
mo opauinros plying tlieir ilansors nt
them weru hidden behind tho etonn
walls of houKt's, In blind trenches nud
behind barriciulex whero their sniolto
less powder did not glvo thorn nway.
Tho regiment went into the fight nt KI
Oauoy 400 btroug nud lost 11 men killed
nud 40 wounded. Lieutenant Colonol J.
T. Haskell was wouudid by thrco
Mauser bullote, and tho command de
volved upon Major L. M. O'llricu, n
veteran soldlor of tho Twcnty-sovonth
Michigan. Tho men of this regiment
fought nil day upon empty stomnches,
having hnd no prepared meal sluco noon
the day beforo. They hud left their
paclH and havenauks behind thorn.
Major O'Brien said that it was n mat
ter of surprlso that tho men were so
ready nud willing, us tlioy had been on
board tho tnuispoit 10 d.tys boforo
landing In Cuba. Tho volco of tho
grumbler was drowned by a chorus from
his coinintlcs. "What Is tho uso?" they
said. "Tho government is doing nil it
In tho deployment of tho right of
ChatTco's brigado, tho Sovouth regiment
took tho lead, marching over tho rldgo
up n path In single tile. Finally it
struck 11 punkcu road on tho crost of tho
rldgo !120 yards from tho Spanish block
house, northeast of Id Cnuoy. Tho crest
of tho rldgo ottered soiuo protection
from Spanish II ro. Looking across tho
hollow between them and tho village,
tho men could feo tho enemy in their
trenches. Firing sometimoa by volloya
and sometimes at will, tho Seventh was
uuablo to hIIcuco tho Spanish tiro. All
day, for tight hours, tho high key of
tho Mauser ilflo could bo heard aLovo
tho pop of tho KragvJorgcnscu.
Tho slopo in front of tho Seventh was
a dense chaparral, and a chnrgo down
that acrntri tho ravino under tho muzzles
of tho .Mincers v.'oald buvo nuuiliilutcd
tho regiment. Besides, in advancing to
tho furr tho Soveuth would havo got
ten under tho tiro of Ciiproii'n guns.
Thny kopt their colors flying all day us
markers for U.ipron. Tlio losses wcro
distributed over ovory liour of tho day
and ocr nil tho companies in tho regi
ment. Tho ofllcors wore surprised in
tho end to learn how many had been
lost, n total or 140 out of 830 in lino.
As it was impossiblo for 11 man to show
tho smallest part of his body without
getting it punctured, nil tho firing was
douo wlillo lying down, and nil tho
killed weru shot in tho bond. Its com
mander, G. S. Carpenter, a votcrnnof tho
civil war, wtis on tho tiring lino nil day.
When tho Twelfth regiment tidvaueed
against tho stuuofurt early in tho morn
ing, it drow tho Spanish tiro from tho
trenches, tho loopholod fort nud tho
church. Spaniards in tho church belfry
Ilrrt bighted tho Twelfth us it moved
from tho mountain down through tho
hollow to tench high ground 7U0 or 800
yards from tho fort. .
Captain Waltz's company cropt up
within UGO to 400 yards, working right
nml left and trying to get u position
uuswept by tho Spanish flro. After tho
fort had been breached by Ciprou's
guns completo regimental lino was
formed nud swept forward to tho fort,
which was taken possession of by Com
panies A, D nud V under Captain Wood,
Lieutenant Wilde and Captain-Clarke.
It was then 13 o'clock. Some of tho men
of Company ? cropt through tho holos
which Cuprou's bhells had mado iu tho
stone wulls nud got tho Spanish flag.
Privato Abel of Company A raised tho
colors of tho Twolftu over tho fort.
Soldiers of tho regiment wcro wouuded
iu tho fort after it had been taken. Tlio
Spanish (lag was handed first to Cap
tain II. L. Ilaskoll, commanding tho
battalion to which Company V bo
longod. Captain Ilaskoll gavo it to
Crcclman, tho correspondent, who was
nftorward wouuded. Tho Twolfth men
finally got possession of tho flag again,
toro it into bits nud distributed tho
pieces through tho regiment.
Tho Twelfth was COO strong at El
Cancy, and lost 40 killed nud wounded.
Colouel llichnrd Com la, u wnr vcteruu,
wna woundod, nud was succeeded iu
command by Major IL A. Humphrey,
uuother wnr veteran.
After tho fort fell tho Spaniards in
tho villago mado n weak attempt to ro
tuko it. They advanced with a scatter
ing lino under cover of tho flro from tho
houses iu tho village, but wero driven
back. Caprou's bat tory moved up nud
opened on tho blockhouses nronud tho
village. ChatTco's regiments nlso chnigcd
forward through tho hollow. For an
hour it was a straggling light between
tho demoralized Spaniards trying to get
away, Americans heading them off, and
tho fow misguided Spaniards, who
GENERAL A. U. CIIAFFKK.
would uotgivo in. General OhntTcosnld
to n Spanish ofllcor who bad giveu lilm
eolf up, "Call ou your men to surrender
or thoy will all bo shot." With n shruc
'I I h KJiWi jsWBrijf. (A III
.'lllll I . l'Tat AftV Tin I All I II.? -til I I
ot ins Fhonltlcrs tiro Spaniard exclaimed
cynically, "It is tho fortuno of wnr!'
ChalTco then said: "All right! Fortuno
of war goes I" And tho Americans went
on killing until tho last don was dead
or had grounded arms. Tho general says
ho saw 25 or 30 Spaniards phot in thu
villago wlillo tryiug to get nway.
Colonel Daggett said that from tho
general appearauco of tho Kl Cauoy for
tifications and their capacity ho judged
that tho garrison numbered 2,000. The
Spanish cstlmnto was 1,800. Tho colo
nel said that tho lesson of El Cancy is
that ill modern wnrfaro places may bo
mado nbsolutoly imprcgnablo, and that
numbers iu nnssault cxaggcrato slaugh
ter, but do not add to strength. An ofii
cial Spanisn estimate gavo the loss at
El Cancy as 400; killed nud wounded
in Lawton's division about 000.
Aftor tho battlo tho dead and wound
ed wero gathered, nud at 7 p. m. the
division marched toward Santiago.
UKOROK L. KlLMElt
THE BREW OF OLYMPUS.
THE "HOFFMAN," corner of Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, claims to be the
"Banner" resort for gentlemen nnd holds
the flag. L. H. Dee, the proprietor, has
attained success In his line, by .specially
supervising everything Connected with his
establishment. He now Introduces to his
patrons "Olympla Beer." This brew Is
from the "Canltal Brewlnc Co." of
Olympla, the capital of the State ol
Washington, and was received by the
"Garonne." Mr. Schmidt, the leadlnc
spirit of this corporation Is a practical
v-nemist ana brewer, ana niter years ot
search and investlcat on located his nlant
at Olympla, on account of the peculiar vir
tues 01 me water ot tne lum fans, a
stream that Is noted for Its distinctive qua
lities of clearness, coldness and lack of
mineral and decaying vegetable impurities.
Pure beer can only be made with pure
water, and Turn water Is traditional In
Washington with the Indians and original
white settlers. The "Olympla Draught"
is under the special control and agency of
Mr. Dee and he Invites his patrons and
friends to a rersonal test and Is wllllne to
abide by their judgment on the merits of
Ills latest venture.
This evor popular Rainier beer
is bocominc a hoasohold word
and "will you havo a glass of
Seattle" ia moro ofton board tban
anything elso. Tbo Criterion
Saloon havo tbo boor on tap or in
D. G. Ottmnriuos received per
Australia a largo consignment of
Vegetables, Fruits, Halibut, Fro
zon Oysters, Crabs, Luca Oil, etc.,
American Messenger Service
Mnsonio Temple. Telepbonc
Honolulu Messongor Service de
livers messnges and packages.
If you want a nico rubber tiro
hack with a caroful drivor ring up
Club Stable Hack Stand Tol. 319,
and wo guaranteo you will be
New England Bakery & Candy
Co., Hotel streot manufacture a
fine lino of bread, pastry, wed
ding cak"s, ico creamB, sherbets
and cntifltes finest in tho city
and pr.ces very low. Tolepbone
74. ,1. (J&WALD Lotted, Mana
"I would not bo without Cham-
berlian's Cough Remedy for its
weight in gold," writes D. J.
Jones, of Holland, Vu. "My wife
was troubled with a cough for
nearly two years. I tried various
patent remedies, besides numerous
prescriptions from physicians, all
of which did no good. I was at
Inst' persuaded to try a bottle of
Ohamberliau's Cough Remedy,
which promptly relieved the
cough. The second bottle effected
a complete euro." CO cent bottles
are for Kale by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith & Co., Qoneral
We turn out the finest work
at the most reasonable prices.
Souvenir Views of the Islands
in endless variety.
At the Old Stand
On Fort Streot ::
Kona Sugar Co., Ltd.
Notice Is hereby given that Assessment
No. 3 of 10 per cent, on the Assessable
Stock of the Kona Sugar Co., Ltd., Is now
due and payable at the office of M. W.
McChesney & Sons, Queen street, Hono
lulu. May 13, 1899.
F. W. McCHESNEY,
THE BANK OF HAWAII, Lid.
Incorporated Under tub Laws I
of tub Hawaiian Republic.
OFKICKKS AND MKISCTOKSl
CitAs. M. Cookk, rrosldont.
J. B. Atiikiiton, Vice-President
O. II. Cookk, Cash I or.
V. C. ATiiKHToy, Socrolary.
F. W. Mncfarlano,
K. D. Tonnoy,
Solicits tho Accounts of Finns, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individual1), and will
carofnlly and promptly attend to all
uusinoss eonncciou witn uanKing on
trusted to lt. Soil and purch.iso Forolgn
Kxchango, issue Lotton of Crodit.
Ordinary and Torin Donoslta recolvod.
and Interest nllowod in aceordanco with
rules and conditions ptinted in Pass
books, coplos of which may bo had upon
Architects. Contractors and Builders.
O. G. TRAPHAGEN,
223 Merchant St,, Honolulu,
Between Fort ami Alakca,
TKt,EiiioNE : : : 734
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal.
ALLEN & HOBINSON,
Quoen Htroot, Honolulu.
Contractor and Builder.
House Moving. nj all Kindt of lleivy Weights
NO. 6it TORT STREET. HONOLULU.
(Opposite Club Stables).
Residence Telephone 400. i i6Ttf
H. L. KERR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
TURNERS AND POLISHERS of all Vlnis ofNatlvs
Woods. CALAUASII ES In stock and to order.
KING STREET. - NEAR ALAP
To My Patrons and the Public,
Having recovered from my re
cent illness, I am again prepared
to do all kinds of Tinsmith and
Plumbing work as heretofore.
Tban king you for past favors, I
respectfully solicit a continuance
of tbo same.
JAS. NOTT, Jr,
WOT Tel. 844.
A Mew Paint Shop.
Having associated with us Mr. John
II. West, a practical Houso Paintor,
Dpcorator and Wood Poltshor, wo aro
now pro pared to kIvo ostlmatos on all
kinds of work In that lino.
Mr. Wost having had a practical ox
ixirloneo of ovor twonty years In San
Francisco and other largo cities: on tho
Coast, wo fool confldout that any work
entrusted to us will givo ontlro satisfac
tion to our patrons.
Peerless Preserving Paint Co.
KR BflS DFCORATINO AND NATURAL
JOJ WOOD riNISHING A SPECIALTY.
Grainer, Glazier, and
TlNTER : : :
Next to rollce Station
Iron Fence and
: : QM King Street
Solo Agonts for tho Konosaw, Georgia
and Italian Marblo. Tho only marble
that is imporvious to liquids and will not
stain. Samplos and designs to bo soon
at our ofllce and xnlesroom.
Iron lulling and Fonclug In overy
Sumo coping supplied choapor than
any other ilrtn in tho city.
534 FORT ST.,
-Near corner of Chaplain Lane
Cleaning and Repairing at Short Notlct,
anil in in Pest pn v"" rninnr
Wm. O. Inwiit,
Tjlauf! ppreckcl i'o,
Kin FranHtco Agent Tan Nevada. Bark or
DKAW EXCtlAHOB OH
ikM PriANOisoo The Nevada Bank of San
London Tho Union Dank of London, Ltd
Saw Yokk American Eichantro National
CniOAOO Merchants National Bank.
Paris (Jomptolr National d'Escompt di
Bbblin Drcsdner Bank;
QONOKONO AND YOKOHAMA Hongkong A
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
Nbw Zealand andAusthalia Bank of New
ViCTOniA and Vancouver Bank of British
ransact a General BanMng and Eicbange Business
ncpolsts Received. Loans mado on Ap
proved Security. Commercial and Travelers
Credits Issued. Bills of Exchnngo bought
Collections Prosiptlt Accounted Fob.
SIBHQjP & 6.
Savings Do posits will be
received and Interest allowed by this
Bank at four and ono-half per cent,
por annum. Tho torms, rulos and
regulations of tho Hawaiian Postal Sav
ings l!alik havo boon adoptod as far aa
it is practicable to apply them, and tho
Cash Kosorvo of $0,000 as roqulrod un
dor tho Postal Act will lie maintalnod.
Printed coplos of tho Itulos nnd Kog
ulatlons may bo obtained on application.
ltLSHOP A CO.
BISHOP cSs Oof
Transact a General Banking
and Exchango Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Letters of Credit issued, avail
iblo in all the principal cities
)f tho world.
Interest allowed aftor July
1, 1898, on iixed deposits 3
months 3 per cent., C months
3 per cent., 12 months 4
Pioneer Building and
Assets, lice. SI, 1898, $116,803.38
Money loanod on approved socnrlty.
A Savings Rank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on tho monthly install
Kightcontu Series ot Stock Is now
Officers: T. P. Lansing, President;
S. B. Koso," Vico-Prosidont; 0. 1J. Gray,
Treasurer; A. V. Qoar, Socrotary.
DinECTons: T. P. Lansing, S. It. Koso,
A. V. (Jenr, A. W. Kooch, J. G. Both
woll, Honry Smith, J. J. McLoan, J. D.
Holt, O. II. Gray.
Por furthor particulars apply to
A. V. GEAK, Secretary.
Chambor of Commorce rooms.
OOlco Hours: ' 12:301:30 p. m.
TJg YokohQraa Specie Bank;
Subscribed Capital Yen 12,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 10,500,000
Reserve Fund Yen 7,300,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANOIIES AND AGENCIES.
ifobo, London, LyonB, New York,
San Francisco, Bkangkal,
Bombay, Hong Kong,
Tho Bank buys mid recolvos for colloo
tlou Bills of Kxchango, issues Drafta and
Letters of Credit cm tho above Hninchos
and Aioiiclos, and transacts a general
On TlxeJ Dcpisll lor ia months, 4 per cent p. a.
On I UeJ Depoklt for 6 months, 3H "
On HxeJ LVnmli Inr 3 moj, j '
Uy the Heai Office at Yokohama, on Current Da
foill. 4 per cent, per annum,
lxJ Deposit for ta months, 6 per cent. p. a.
Hew RgpnMIe BnliirilfMiE St. HonolPln.
The . . .
Cor. Alakea tc Halekauwlla Sts.
Hbb a large assortment o!
Chandeliers and Elec
OonBtantly on hand,
Estimates given for house wir
ing and Electrical plants.
Marine Wiring a epooialty,
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