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THE EVENING BULLETIN; HONOLULU, H. I., SEPTBMBEU 28, itfiW.
THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT
tltwen tloari Yesterday All.moon- Ewa m.
Session YeiterJoy Her noon. 20 Ook.la la. This
morning! ? Ol.a ,yo. too Klhel t,a, to do J, to Ja 5,
todo)9, loAUumlcl M. SoKilul i8;!i, 50 Klhel
j.8?H. 8 Oalm 101.
WILL HAVE THIS IIOUKf It.
Wnshhmton, Septomhur 18.
Tho War Department has dpoidpd
to have tho cable bhip Hooker,
which is on a rref. at Corregidor
island Baved. Tho cost of repair
ing the ubip fo that ehp can bo
taken to Cavito will ho $57,000
(Mexican), and to lemove her
cargo, 324,(00 (Mexican). It ia
oitinuto.l that sue is worlh over
$200,000. Tho valuo of the oar, o
to bo saved is estimated above
$100,000, atd oonsiBts mainly of
cable for ueo in iho Philippines,
together with other telcgrapbio
and signal corps "applies.
cnvlnjr. anil Indium Baltic.
Mazallau, Mexico, Sept. 18
wonty five Mexican J cowboys
havo been altftokod in Sonnra by
mounted Yaquis, who opened fire
on them aud drove off, tho horses
and oattlo which tbey were, guard
ing. Seting that the Indians
outnumbered them the Mexicans
ran away, only one young vqnoro
of preat courngo remaining. He
fought tho whole body of Yaquie,
killing many of them. Ho was
finally t-bot. It is enid that his
corpse wns shockingly mutilated.
IF YOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL,
EASY-RIDING WHEEL, BUY A
WHITMAN & CO.,
M ilium us lowimrswiiai
"No. 5 John Street,"
By Whltnc) .
"Dreamers," a Club,
"Garden o? Swords,"
j By Wharton.
WE are not in the Patent
Medicine or Prescription Busi
ness, but we ARE in the Photo
in Books. -
Lb Mnnyoa PHoto. Snppl7 Go.
426 Fort Street.
They're new In FINE PAPERS.
WALL, NICHOLS CC
-: JUST OUT :
Aloha Collection -Hawaiian
PUBLISHED BY CHARLES A. K. HOPKINS.
Price $3.00, 7 cents a Song !
Contains the Following Choice Selections:
i; Atoha Oe(Farewell to Thee).
2. Ua Like no a Like.
3. Ke Aloha I Hikl Mai.
5. Maul (Two Step).
6. Kalakaua's Serenade (Duet).
7. Makalapua, Lllluokalanl's Ser
LelPonlMol (Wreath of-Car-
' nations). tf ' ' '
ii. He Lei No Kalulant (Wreath for
12. Alnahau (Kalulani's Home).
i, Nu'a o ka Palal.
14. Nuuanu Walpuna.
15. Wal 0 Punalau (Waters of Puna-
16. Sweet Violet.
17. Malkal Walplo (Beautiful Wal-
18. Poll Pumehana.
10. Ka Inu Wal. -
20. Sweet Lei Lehua.
21. Na'i Aupunl.
23. Remember, Be Sure and Be
24. Pua 0 ka He-I (Sweet Rose Bud).
25. Pua Sadlnla (Gardlnlas).
26. Akahl Hoi (For Once Again).
27. Ol Hoi Ha.
28. Adlos Ke Aloha (Adieu, My
30. Paahana, "Hula."
31. Na Molokama.
32. Haiti Po I ka Lehua.
33. Sunny Manoa. ,
34. Maunawill, "Hula."
36. Moanl Ke Ala (Two Step).
37. Torril. Toml, "Hula."
38. Lei Ohaoha.
39. Wlllwlll Wal.
40. Sweet Lei Mamo.
BERGSTROM MUSIC C0,Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA STREETS.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Two first-clnes machinists.
Marshal Brown is Blichlly un
der tho weather today.
Tho Egoria sailed oarly this
morning for Esquimnult.
For sale, house and lot on Quopl
street. Seo For Sale column.
Captain Pahia commands the
eohooncr Golden lato, Wilder's
Hock bullnst j'b heiuu
aboard the ohip Chmnor
old fish maikot wharf.
Plaintiffs in tho cme of
Kum vs. M. K. Hapai, have filed
their brief on demurn r.
Ship Ebenezor arrived at New
York on tht S)ih instant from San
tos with 118,603 bogs of cofffo
Sterner Noeau w9 into in get
ting away for Qocokaa this morn
Ing on nccouut of heavy freight.
Tbo bark Diamond Head sails
for San Francisco with a full cargo
of sugar aud wcol Sunday tnorn
In the llooko will case, tho
Queen's Hospital, by its attorneys,
ltobort6on x Wilder, Iihb mod n
On tho 17th inelant tho S. U.
Cnrlcton arrived at Philadelphia
with 2500 tons of 6iipnr from theeo
Paul Neumnnn has Died a bond
in tho Noma cose, in tho sum ol
S500. Mr. Neumann is nttorney
for tho libdlant.
Thirty deep water vessels oro at
nresenl anchored or berthed in the
harbor, this iiumliFr is .a littlo
abovo the nverao.
The fire department wns called
out early this uiorniue to small
blaze in tho restaurant back of tho
Post ofllce. No damogo wan done.
According to late reportH the
reports tho ship John A. Brings
will bring tho con) cargo of the
Ec!ipn to Honolulu, ns the
Eclipso is uneeaworthy.
Tho Kinau's new stnteroom
plan Iihb baon draughted and to
open for inspection at the ofllce of
tho Wilder S S Co. Ad addition
of 8 staterooms has been made.
H. K. Meemano & Co., n hui of
native Hawaiian, hnv been
given the work of painting Dr.
Andorsnn'u hnuto nt the comer of
Berctnnin aud Keeaumoku streets,
Somo of those booked for San
Francisco by Ttifsdny'a Australio,
are: Frank Hus'ace anil wif, Col
Geo. do la orqnp nud wife, Cap
tain Taylor, AV. G. Uymnn, P. N.
Beronper, unptain (J. vy. Hay and
O. W. Dickoy und wife. '
itecent emu i rancisco paperB
contained tho annonncemout of a
Dr. G. T. Smith, a naval .oflioer,
to n lady m ban 1'raocieco. i'eo-
plo in Honolulu thought the ofOc
er wai Gporjjo Tucker Smith but
it turns out that he is another fol
low. George Tucker ia still sinclo
and is at present iu the Brooklyn
For Sou Francisco, per S S
Australiaf Oct !) P IVc'w and
family. Col Gen do la Vprgne and
wife, Mib Marion, Miss B M, Miis
W H, Mm A F Kimball arid
daughter, Miss Helen Sidnoy
Smith, Copt Taylor, W G Hymau,
TW Hobron, MissK Word, Mas
tor Hustaoe, Fiank Huslato and
wife, P N Berengor, G A Loiing,
Capt O W Hay, Mrs W G Morri
son, O W Dickey and wife, CD
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Anotherl winner In this
IJasy, comfortable and
sensible. A combination of
everything that denotes refinement.
There Is nothing that we
can add to Increase the repu
tation of the JOHNSTONE
& MURPHY Shoes. They stand pre-emlnenlly In a distinct class of
their own. If you haven't worn a J. & M. you don't know what com
Mclnerny Shoe Store.
We take pleasure in announcing that we are manufacturing, and keep
corslantly on hand, a nice line of Clothes Hags, suitable' for containing the
dirty linen, also for carrying the wash to and from the laundry.
We make Awnings, Tents, Hammocks, etc., etc. and everything In
PEARSON & POTTER CO., Ltd.,
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 nil who have friends and relatives abroad to come around and buy a copy
) "Aloha Collection of Hawaiian Sons,"
so as to have it ready for mailing. For sale by
TAHO PATCH FIDDLES.
Vorkainshlp n! MaltrUI GuirantMi. Ri;ttrt!l
-No. 210f KINQ8H
Jose ile EsDlrito Ms,
Klnc tlrw I, - two doori below Punchbowl itrm
Guitars, : Ulttxlolee.
TARO PATCH TlDDLES.
WotknaniMp ni mitcrlil RU.r.ntMl. ,'RfWl
534 FORT ST.,
-N.tr comer of Ch.pUIn Usil
CLtnlnz ini Htptlilnc t Short Notkt,
ni In th. btt potIM nu.nf ,
O. A. GllOTE,
MERCHANT : TAILOR
Clotlms mailo to ordor nt n ro.onabIft
coit. Clothi'M tlonuutl, ropalrcil and
, . CHAKLUS A. K. HOPKINS, Publisher,
HAWAIIAN BAZAAR, MASONIC TEMPLE. W yod. Fir,t.chrvorkUBmjucd. p.
7 VII O. lox 280. Union Btreot, Honolulu
Printing photos in gold and
silver is .something new
Through the skill of our artist,
N. Y. Itow, we are now able
to present to the public of Ho
nolulu views of the Islands
finished in this beautiful man
ner, eminently suitable for
gifts or mementos.
110 Hotel street
For Houokna and Kukuilmele,
per stmr Noenu, otpt '20 iy Ka
Bpa and wife, A Lowossan.
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pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying the Husi
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