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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, September 27, 1899, Page 5, Image 5',
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THE EVENING BOLLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SEPTEMBER 27,
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v . KlMltOCK'M OOOO 1HH', ,
w New Yorlt, Septf-mtur 19. '
Btfirling nt 11:42 tudnv f'om Moc
land libtsbip, tlio Sburamck unit
ed over iv triniiiinlar course tun,
miles each to the firat and aecond
lege nnd four and n bnlf miles to
tho third ley, n courao of about 25
miles, nllowiDg for windward work,
in tliroo boiirs andtbroo iniuulos.
Tbo wiud was light from east
southeast, nnd varied from five lo
twelve knots an hour during tl e
trial. It wad oatimntod that tie
yaobt traveled during the trip nt
an a vertigo of nine knots an hour.
Vo'unl.r-ra Delayed by Tjrphoon.
Washington, Sep, 20. Tho
War Department baa received tho
Mnuila, Sept. 20, Adjutant Gen
eral, Washington: Typhoon pro
Tailing. Rainfall forty-eight hours,
eight and two-toutbs inches. Last
twenty-four hours six and threo
tonths inches.' Delay shipment of
voluuteera.Iowas probably sail to
morrow; TenneaOQCB dotainrd
south by storm.
Pound Master's Notice
of Es tray s
f IF YOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL,
EASY-RIDING WHEEL, BUY A
Notice Is hereby given, that the animals
described belosv have been Impounded In '
the Government Pound at Maklkl, Kona,
Island of Oahu, and unless'the pound fees
and damages are sooner satisfied, will be
sold at the date hereunder named, accord
ing to law : I
Sept 22, 1899 White horse, brand not
Sept. 22, 1899 Bay horse, branded on
left hind leg, (similar to following): iLx;
white forehead. '
Sept. 22, 1899 Bay horse, branded on
the left side of the neck as follows: 11;
brand on left bind leg not aisceniable.' '
White spot on forehead. Front fett black,
hind feet white.
Sept. 22, iqo White horse, brand not
Sept. 22, t8o9 Black horse branded on
the left hind leg as follows: S O. White
spot on forehead.
Sept. 22, 1899 White horse branded on
right hind leg as follows: UI.
Sept. 22, 1809 Bay horse branded on
right and left hind legs as follows: E.
White forehead, white nose; all four feet
Know all persons concerned that If the
above estrays now In the government
pound at Maklkl, Kona, Oahu; are not
called for before Saturday, October 7, at
12 m., they will be sold at auction.
WHITMAN & CO.,
Jnst a Hint as to wnal's What
,"No. 5 John Street,"
"Dreamers," a Club,
"Garden of Swords."
TheyVe new In FINE PAPERS.
WALL, NICHOLS CC
: JUST OUT :
PUBMSMfiD BY CHARLES A. K. HOPKINS.
Price $3.00, 71 cents a Song I
Contains the Following Choice Selections:
Aloha Oe (Farewell to Thee).
Ua Like no a Like.
Ke Aloha I Hlkl Mai.
Maul (Two Step).
Kalakaua's Serenade (Duet).
Makalapua, LllluokalanPs Ser
o. Lei PonI Mol (Wreath of Car
He Lei No Kalulanl (Wreath for
Alnahau (Kalulanl's Home).
Nu'a 0 ka Palal.
14. Nuuanu Walpuna.
15. Wal 0 Punalau (Waters of Puna-
16. Sweet Violet.
ill Malkal Walplo (Beautiful Wal-
18. Poll Pumehana.
iq. Ka Inu Wal. ;
20. Sweet Lei Lehua.
si. Na'I Aupunl.
Remember, Be Sure and Be
Pua 0 ka He-I (Sweet Rose Bud).
Pua Sadlnla (Gardlnlas).
Akahl Hoi (For Once Again).
Ol Hoi Ha.
Adlos Ke Aloha (Adieu, My
Halll Po I ka Lehua.
Moanl Ke Ala (Two Step).
Toml, Tomf, "Hula."
38. Lei Oliaoha.
y. WHIwIll Wal.
40. Sweet Lei Mamo.
BEMSTROM MUSIC CO.,Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND BERKTANIA OTREETS. ,
LOCAL AND GKttatftL.
Steumor sipbtol. nco
Furnished room to lot."
Lost a pair of gold eyo glaeaew.
See Lost o lumn.
Seo W. W. Dimontl & Co.'a
cbnnge.of ad on pine 3.
Good weather in reported ou
Kauai; tbo Kiluhaua is at Hana
Steamer Olandine lies at the
Wilder wharf undergoing an
There aro several good furnish
od rooms and cottage for rent at
tho Queen hotel.
Fresh salmon, sole, flounder,
hallibut, oysters and fruits at the
Uomo Bakery Oafe today.
In tho Police Court this fore
noon Kolua was sent to jail to
work out $7 CO worth of taxes.
Gha. Dement ofLoyejoy & Co.
swears ho saw n prairie ohickeu
n Enuni whilu there not long
Mr. Broadbent of Lihue, Kaaai,
is in town for a short vacation. He
will return by next Tuesday's
At 4 o'clock this afternoon the
Aorangi will bo despatched for
Vancouver and Yiotoria. Mail
closes at 3 o'clock.
Tho caeo of Ah Ohu and Ah
EIoo, charged with assault and
battery on A. W. Soalmry, wassct
for 9 o'clock Thursday morning.
Chief Ollicer Lawless of the
Australia was left in San Fran
cieco on tho sick list. Second
OOicer Anderson takes his place.
Tho musical and pictorial en
tertainment by Wherahiko Rawj,
B. A., at Y. M. 0. A. tomorrow
veninp will nttrnct a largo audi
no. Seats should be rosorvtd
nt Wall, Nichols Co. eaily.
The largest cargo over carried
by tho Australia was brought from
San Francisco on her just com
ploted trip. Machiuery for sugar
plantations, pumps, pipes, eto,
some for tho Honolulu Suar Co.,
U. S. Transport Azteo lies in
the etroam having unloaded her
live stock. When tho ves6ol sails
for Manila sbo will carry many of
tho horses left here by the Slam,
whije some of tho present lot will
be left here for a time. '
Among the passengers who ar
rived by the Australia this morn
ing are three now artists who will
appear at tho Orpheum tomorrow
evening. Messrs. Armstrong and
O'Neill, comodians; and "Tra
voile," the famous shadowgrapher
Ah Mo was Joharged in the Po
lice Court this forenoon with vio
lating ltulo 21 of th Hack Regu
lations. It nppoais that the fellow
went into a simp ti 4 ti mo Heine
and loft his hnoli nutiid in char, o
of another Olnu in in Judge Wil
cox simply allowed the huckmau
In the Police.. Court tin foro
noon a Chinaman wn up un tlu'
charge of malicious injury, being
accused of pcrutohiug paint off tho
eariingu of n Japanese Jnigo
Wilcox explained that paint is
very expensive. Not lone since,
quo of his carts and onu of Pain's
oars o:llidod. Tho latter was
sciatched and Mr. Pain wanted
At daylight tomorrow the Bri
tish comuosite-oruiaer Scoria will
sail for Esquimault. where sho
will remain for the winter, return
iuc home to Encland probably in
February, 19U0. Tho Egeria was
awaiting mail on tbo Australia;
this moraine necessary stores
were put aboard. Tho two men
who attempted to deeort will bo
left in Victoria at the Queen's
Hotel (jail) for three months.
Thero will bo a meeting of tho
Board of Health this afternoon. It
is very probable that the freeh
outbreak of tho smallpox on tho
Coast will bo diecusBed.
J. H. Belsor, one of the sewer
contractors, arrived in 'ho Austra
lia this morning. He will remain
here in chargo of tbo work for a
period of throe months while his
partner will return, to the Coast
in the near future,
A BUgar beet, 11 pounds in
weight and grown by Mr. Robin
son, is on show in tli3 windows of
Jhe Pacific Hardware Co.
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W h MURPHY Slin Th... dml nr..
se - --. ...-j .tana i-n
ffi their Own. If you haven't worn a J. &
M fort Is
1 v. .
Anotherl winner In this h
sensible. A combination of
There Is nothing that we
can add to Increase the repu
tation of the JOHNSTONE
eminently In a distinct class of
M. you don't know what com-
Mclnerny Shoe Store.
We take pleasure In announclne that we are manufacturlnc. and keen
constantly on hand, a nice line of Clothes Bags suitable for containing the
dirty linen, also for carrvlnc the wash to and from the laundrv.
We make Awnings, Tents, Hammocks, etc., etc. and everything In
PEARSON & POTTER CO.,
312 Fort street. Telephone 565.
1-3 Off on
Music . .
Before the steamer from the Orient Is sighted It will be necessary for one
and all who have friends and relatives abroad to come around and buy a copy
) " Aloha Collection of Hawaiian Songs,"
so as to have It ready for mailing. For sale by
CHARLES A. K. HOPKINS, Publisher.
HAWAIIAN BAZAAR, MASONIC TEMPLE.
G u i t a r 8, U k u I e 1 d.t
TAItO PATCH FIDDLES.
Wofkntmhlp an4 MtltrUI GurtnliJ. Kri.ti
-No. 219K K1MI -n,
Jose (it Bspirito UU.
King atrttt, - two donra ttlow puncabgwl !'
Gf-ixittxi'rt, : ITUixlolC4
TARO PATCH FIDDLES.
Workmanihlp and nattrlal cuara-itMl. 1'kvw"!
a aptclalt) .
534 FORT ST.,
Near corner ol Ckatlatn U M
Gleanlnr and Ktpalrlne at Short Nmii-
and In ih. bet pottlM. anner,
O. A. GItOTE,
MERCHANT : TAIL03.
Clothes made to ordor at a roa-ntui
cost. Clothen cleaned, repalrt-l ut
dyed. First-class work guarantied, f
O. box 280. Union street, HotiolaJK,
H. L 1
tbe oaa; of 8. M .Damon ct
ale. trustees of tbo estate of B. P.
Bishop, ,'6. J. L. Knulukon n do
fault bas bcou entered and judg
ment given nijainbt tbo defendaut
in tbo earn of 8417.42 including
10 FORT ST.
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