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nniTisn claims in samoa.
Wnahingtorj, September 28.
Tbo British Oommisaioner to Sn
moo, Mr Eliot, litis received from
Apia a full report on tbo claitriH
made by tbe Biitisb subjects for
darangef reeuUitig from tttn bom
bardment nud thu native uprising.
Tho clHima eggrata X71-00. Of
this amount XG000 grown out of
tho depredations of tbe Mitaafn
rebels in January and Marob laid,
while aorne XK 00 is fdr loesf s re
eultinir from tbe bombardment of
the British Amor'can naTil forces
and tbo succeeding operationa on
There art) largo number of s'pa
rate claimB.ahottinR tho damape to
have boon widely distributed. Tho
original amount of the claims was
double that now submitted to the
British Cotnmieeiouer, aa they
wero Drat subjected to a rigid
scrutiny by n British official at
Apia. Mr. Eliot called at tho
White Houso to-day and had a
talk with tho President, in tho
courso of 'which Mr. MoKioIey
expressed his satisfaction with the
work of tho Bamoan Commission.
t'LKAHINa nallTl.NO COUNTIIV.
Wnsbiopton, Sept. 29. Gen
eral Otm today CHbled tho fi. I low
ing report of tLo captuto of
"Lawtou'n troop at Calumpit
and Sin Fernutdo, whero con
centration N tbkirjti placo wero
ordered to cover country about
Mexico, Grmcn, Macolarand Sauta
Itita. MaeArthur ordered to take
his troops and clear country west
and in vicinity of Porao which ho
did yostouhy, advancing to Potnc
at an early hour with Ninth In
fantry and Thirty sixth vnlun
teors, capturing Porno and diiving
"Wheaton at Angeles kept hack
tho enemy on his north and mov
ed force westward to interrupt
Porno iiiBTceuts, but they retreot
od by mountain roads; rot-til.,
clearing tho country preparatory
of futurn operation". Our casual
ties. Captured one ollicer and
soveral enlisted men, somo twenty
of the euoruy killed, number
pr Among the through passengers
on the Coptic nr a party of mis
sionaries for China and many
Ohiueso on their wny homo to
tako part in tho celebration of the
25th year of Quong Sni.
They Occupy the Proudest Posi
tion of all Pianos in
the World I
BECAUSE of their artistic merit they superseded all
others before any of the American Pianos now manufactured
BECAUSE they stand to-day the recognized repre
sentative of the highest development in artistic and scientific
Their position was not gained1
and is not maintained,
by purchased influence!
THE BEBGSTBOM MUSIC CO,
Proeress Blook, .Fort St.
Sole Agents for Chlckerlng, Kimball, Kroeger, Krell, Crown, Royal, Pianos.
Aloha Collection of
Boxing Boxing !
. GRAND ENTERTA1NMBNT
OF SCIENTIFIC BOXING,
Oceanic Athletic Club,
OCT. 9TII ::
Ale. Hansen v. Will Smith (a late arrival from
'Frisco), 8 rounJj.
Manuel Decker v Nlcol Anircw, 6 rounJs,
Ilurliontal liar Performance by Sam Johnson and
Joe Decker v. Joe Manuel, 6 rounds.
Trick Ulcycle Performance, by Alike O, Tregloan.
A 4-rouni exhibition beUeen two well-known gen
ttemen of Honolulu.
WTho performance to conclude with a io-Rouni
Rout between Charley Lambert of local fame and
Martin Denny, Light Weight Champion of Australia.
" Two bits" and a BULLETIN
coupon buys a copy of On To Ma-nila,
IF YOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL,
EASY-RIDING WHEEL, BUY A
WHITMAN & CO,,
Jest alias to Ms WM
"No. 5 John Street,"
"Dreamers," a Club,
"Garden of Swords,"
Ily Pcmberton. ,
They're new In FINE PAPERS.
WALL, NICHOLS CC
Young and Sound.
At Lower Figures Than Ever
Inspect Them in Our Paddocks
Honolulu Stock-yards Co
Corner Alakea and '
" Queen streets.
EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., OCTOBER
LOCAL AND GENERAL
For alteration of Hawaiian
Hardware Co.'h ad sro pogo.4.
Stontner 0 p io sails for Yolto
ham a at 3 o'clock this t-ftntnuou.
Kinnti loft f rllilo on timo at 1
o'clock looded with ptHengors nud
0 caring out bhIo at the Hawai
ian Dry Goods Association, Ltd.,
Jos MnrsdPD, former Coraiis
sioner of Agriculture, is expected
hero in a very few days.
TLo family of the late Phoebe
JohuHou liuvo a rard of thauks in
this issun of tho Bulletin.
Transport Tacoma will get away
for Manila at 4 o'clock this after
noon or 9 o'clock tomorrow morn
ing. Transports Sikh and llio do
Janeiro sailed from oau Frauds
co on September 27th ft r Port
land Private Henry White, Bnttery
I, Gth Artillery, baa been dU-
charg d and will returiicd Io tl o
Doctor Winalow, Captain Ewnrt,
Oaptain Watsou and W Fisher
wero passengers on tho Kinaa for
At n meeting of the St. Louis
Literary Sooioty last oveuing it
mbb decided to givo snotue' play
iu tbo near future.
Lientenant-Colonel Cotton of
the First Nebraska Volunteers,
mustered out lat August, has
started out in backing business in
Ten firemen desorted from tbo
Grant early this morning and it
was necessary to ehjp new men
before the transport could get
When tbo Cqptio sails for tho
Orient this afternoon, she will
carry tho largest passenger list
and cirgo that &be ever took out
Tho wages of the Japauoao g,u
deuer at tbe Government Nursery
and hi assistants as well as (he
Japanese at thu Nunanu forest re
Hdive, havo been raised.
Among tlose for tho OrieLton
tbe Coptic today nro Rev Canon
Robert?, 0 M Ginves, Mrs and the
MissoH Wolltuanu, J U Rabnmaun
and wife and Miss M B Shaw.
Fifty or sixty Obincso wero ro
fuwd pxseago to tho Orieu by
the Coptio today aa tuoy could not
bo accominoi'atrd; about fitly wero
given ptsBiiao while ovvr n bun-
dro 1 hud tickets
Native Hawaiian-) hhould at
tend the farewell musical and
pictorial entertainment, doecrit,.
live of Maori life and customs at
1'. M. 0. A Hall thin evening.
Admiebioii, 2")o: Children, 15j.
Doord opt n at 7:30. "
Thlily 1'ura In Ilia Army,
First Serjeant Win. Niohnlaon,
Baltery M, (ith Arlillory,atatioutd
at Camp MoKiIoy has beu'ii re
tired from tht) service having
aorvod thirty years iu tho volan
teers and regulars. Nicholsou
was too small during the rebellion
tooarrva rifld so hi auried a
drum. He will retire ou a sufli.
cient pennon to kep him for tho
rest of bis life. Comparatively
speaking he is youog yet, being
about 47 veari old. Ilia service
in the army, with tho exception
oi aoout uireo years, nan boon
continuous. Ho will return to
day, Oct. 12.
Mr. Clay Clement
And Company of
"The New Dominion."
To be followed bv "The Bells." "A
Southern Gentleman," "The Mounte
bank," "Hamlet," "The Lady of Lyons,"
"The Two Orphans:" "A Scrap of Paper,"
"Caste," "A Celebratod Case," ''The
Corslcan Brothers," and "London As
surance." Prices Evenings, Ji.so, fi and 500.
Prices Matinees, 1, 71c. and 50c.
Seats now on sale at WALL. NICHOLS
CO.'S. - -t
Mm Opera- House
I I HOEr I
& MURPHY Shoes. They stand
their own. If you liaven't worn a J. & M. you don't know what com
We take pleasure In announcing that we are manufacturing, and keep
constantly on hand, a nice line of Clothes Bags, suitable for containing the
dirty linen, also for carrying the wash td and from the laundry.
We make Awnings, Tents,rHammocks, etc., etc. and everything In
PEARSON & POTTER CO., Ltd.,
312 Fort street. Telephone 5G5.
CARRIAGE, WAGON AND TRUCK
Repairing, Piling, Tinning anil lamifacfiiig
lino IJoi'MeHliooinpr a, Specialty.
Agency Rubber Tire Wheel Company.
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE MANUFACTURING CO.
Queen Street near Fort.
u. rvTi tt v r " "r vi7 -v.
I Am Now Showings
Real Maltese Lace and Insertion,
Real and Imitation Valencienes Lace
and Insertion, Real Torchon Lace and
Insertion, Embroidered Lisse; Ivory,
Edel, Guipure, Malines Lace and In
sertion. The above are my personal pur
chases in England, and are worthy of
Also, 91 different shades and col
ors in high-grade Japanese Silks.
. Anothen winner In this
Lasv. comfortable and
sensible. A combination of
eVerythlnc that denotesi re
finement. There Is nothing that we
can add to Increase the repu
tation of the JOHNSTONE
pre - eminently In a distinct class of
Mclnerny Shoe Store.
B. W. JORDAN
No. 10 FORT ST.
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRES
ENTS, that I, JAMES A. KING, Minister
of the Interior of the Hawaiian Islands, do
hereby certify and make known, that I
have examlpcd Into the condition of 'THE
FIRST AMERICAN BANK OF HA
WAII, LIMITED," and It satisfactorily
appearing to me that the sum of Five
Hundred Thousand Dollars has been paid
In on account of Its capital stock, that the
Directors of said Bank are B. F. Dilling
ham, owning 200 shares of stock, Mark P.
Robinson, owning 200 shares, G. W. Mac
farlane, owning 25 shares, Bruce Cart
wright, owning 50 shares, and Cecil
Brown, owning 36 shares, -and that all are
residents of Honolulu, In the Island of
Oahu i and It also appearing to me that
said corporation ha-? compiled with all the
provisions of the Banking Act of 1884.
required before commencing business, and
Is lawfully entitled to commence the busi
ness of b-mking, permission Is therefore
HEREBY GIVEN to "THE FIRST
AMERICAN BANK OF HAWAII, LIM
ITED," to commence such business.
GIVEN under my hand and the
seal of the Department of tho
SUAL. Interior, this 5U1 day of Sep
(Signed), JAtatS A. KING,
MlniMer of the Interior.
The above is a true and faithful copy of
the Certificate granted to The First Ameri
can Bank of Hawaii, Limited, under the
provisions of the Banking Act of 1884.
E. M. BOYD,
TAKO l'ATCII KIDDLES.
Workmtr.ihlp r4 Material Guaranteed. Recatr,
-No. 219K KINO
Jose is lispiFiln Ms
King trett, - two doori Nloir I'unchtowl (Ml
3rnita,v, : LTUuloloa.
TARO PATCH FIDDLES.
Workmanship an4 materlat iruaranteed. I Ketaliit
. a specialty.
SJ4 FORT ST.,
-Near corner of Chaplain Last
Cleaning and Repairing at Short fiotlca.
ana in rn pest poasioia aappef.
O. A. GHOTE,
MERCHANT : TAILOR ,
Clothes niado to onlor at a rensonabU
cost. Clotlii's I'loanet, roptrcri ard
tlyod. Flriit-olani wnrkKtiarunutoil. V,
O. box 2SO. Union otrrut, Ilonolcn:
Hi I. 126a
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