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THE EVENING BULLETIN; HONOLULU, H. 1., OCTOBER 14, 1899.
Roger and Gallet,
Gosnell's, In all odors
Benson,Smith & Co .,Ltd
Aioha Collection of
The Prettiest and Most Popular of Hawaiian Songs are contained therein, as
will oe seen trom tne
i. Aloha Oe (Farewell to Thee).
2. Ua Like no a Like.
j. Maul (Two Step).
4. Makalapua, Lllluokaianl's Ser
enade ( uuet).
5. Lei Ponl Mol (Wreath of Car
Just received at Lederer's 'IXL,
corner Nuuanu and. King streets, - - -
A NEW STOCK OF GO-CARTS, BABY
CARRIAGES, ICE BOXES, REGRIG
ERATORS, BEDROOM SUITES,
CHAIRS, ROCKERS, Etc., to be sold
at lowest cash prices.
P. O. Hox 63S.
A Splondid Consignment
Buggios, Road Carts, and Harness.
Spocially Selected for Local Requirements.
Honolulu Carriage flanufactory
W. 'W. W;RIGHTj, Prop'r.
V FORT STREET, ABOVE HOTEL.
Via S. S. Coptic, another lot of that,
Elegant Swiss Buttermilk Soap,
Only 25 cents a box; a beautiful, finely-scented Toilet Soap the Dairy
Queen, at 25 cents per box. Also, a few gross of highly-perfumed French Soap, In
very desirable odors, at 2? cents a cake, 60 cents a box.
We have also purchased that large lot of German Alcohol, per ship Marie
Hackfeld, which we will quote at bottom prices.
Honolulu Drug Co.,
Von Holt Block, King st.
Notice to Proper tyOwners
at Kaimuki, Klpaliulu.and
Kaplolani Park Auditions
Applications for water1 privileges from
the Pahoa Water Works, Kaimuki Tract,
will be received at the office of Gear,
Lansing & Co.. Judd Building, Fort street,
up to the first day of November, 1899.
Water privileges will be granted at Gov
ernment rates, but water mains will not be
laid from the Pahoa Water Works to con
nect with properties adjoining the Kaimuki
Tract unless sufficient applications are
received for water privileges to Justify the
laying of said water mains.
GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
1 344 Judd Building, Fort street.
Notice of Assessment.
Notice Is -hereby given that the fourth
assessment oflten (10) per cent on the
capital stock of the HONOLULU RAPID
TRANSIT & LAND CO., will be due
and payable to J. H. Fisher, at Bishop &
Co.'s Bank, Honolulu, on the 1st day of
October, proximo. The shares upon
which ahy assessment may remain unpaid
after thirty 'days from said date will be
Honolulu, 26th September. 1890.
CHAS. H. ATHERTON,
Secretary H.R T fc.L.Co.
Without a Rival.
Has no equal in tliojo iinor qualities of
dolionto flavor wbioli are so highly
appreciated by - discriminating judges,
lr. is the favorite chauipagno among
connoisseurs tho world over.
selections Deiow :
Alnahau (Princess Kalutanl's
Toml, Toml, "Hula."
VVal o Punalau (Waters of Puna-
Nuuanu unit King Stroots, Honolulu,
S. W. LEDERER, Proprietor.
Tolo phono 478.
of Surroys, Plnotoiis,
- H - - H. - H - - m - H M-
CONSTRUCTORS .OP GAS
46 Merchant St.
'It 'H 1t H'H' 'H'
On and after Monday, Oct. 16th, Dr.
Cooper will occupy his new office on Ala
kea street, three doors above the Masonic
Temple. Office" Hours': 8:30 to 10 a. in.-, 2
to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. Sunday 8:30 to :o
a. m. Telephone 154. Residence adjoin
ing office. 1349
OF CLAY CLEMENT
Olny Olpmnri'd first stirring tour,
tinting back about lou years, is re
plete with humorous incidents.
On one oecaeion, (mid Mr. Cle
nieut, my manager booked mo in
the liltlo mining town of Gadsden,
Alabama, then an unknown quan
tity in theatricals, but which prov
ed a very good fiad for mo. At
tho time I speak of, there was a
narrow gauge railroad running
without a regular echodulo to and
from Gadsden, to a point of tho
Alabama & Great Southorn Kail
way, tho only sign of a depot or
station boing a small shed on tno
open prairie if a long vista of
flat southland can bo called prai
rie, at least such it appears to
On tho morning in question, tho
train conductor informed us that
wo wore at G&dsdon Junction. We
nil piled out in hasto foariug wo
would miss connection with tho
other train. In a few moments
the train steamed away and a sor
ry lot of Tnespians foand them
selves alouo on that vast nrnlrin.
Aftor waiting what seemed An in.
terminable time, for signs of life,
WO Concluded lo mnkn nnrrm in.
quiries from the inhabitants of tho
Mr. Mullen, my stago manager,
knocked at tho door, nt vtnnh
after somo minutes, an old darkey
mmw ma appearance.
"Good morning," said Mullen.
"Mawnin." atioth TTnnln Tnm
In those days every old black man
was an TJnole Tom and every
young wench, a Topsy.
"Can you toll me whoro tho
train for Gadsden is?" asked tho
genial stage director. Mullen
is always cenial even when wrnii
ling with a nondesoript sot of
country Btngo hands.
Utickon alios comin' along
"Whoro'a the t.clrnr nflim.?" an,'..
"Ain't no ticket of!! Iiinr n
Bu:d Undo Tom.
"WllO do vnn hnv linlroli.
"Mou on do kior."
Just then the Onrlnrlnn Vnat
bule, Limitod, consisting of an
engiuo and ono combination coach
hovo in eight, backed down to
whore WO warn nnrl n mnn nJ
denjlyavery busy man, for he
paid no attention to our mammoth
organization, jumped from tho en
gino and disappeared in tho shed.
When ho reappeared, JTvontured
to ask him whon the train started,
ho informod mo that it would
start when ho got good ond blank,
blank ready. I thanked him for
his polifonoes nnd told Mullen
to ask if ho would kindly have our
boggago placed in tho car.
I'll never forgot tho look that
tioket eeller.condactor and suprin
tendent, all rolled into ono, gavo
our good-natured stago managor
and the languago ! well, we all,
barrinor tho Inrlipa i,mio,i k,.
baggage into tho car, settled down
anu arrived in Uadsden without
further interrogating the emperor
of tho narrow gauge. Wo went
to tho hotel where tho landlord
assigned mo to room "Alabama."
The roomB were named after
states instead of bain? numimrnd
I sent a request bv tho nortar
and by the way, the only red head
ed Digger I havo nvnr nnnn in
have, if it was not already occupi
ed, "California" assigned to me.
I got it and my weight of sadness
of tho mornlnp wan in rnnrlnr
After dinnor, I was introduced
to Genoral Gordon, manager of
the Opera house, who entertained
rao pieasantiy witn tuo news that
nearly all the seats warn sold, nlan
Revoral notations. T mli'md tn
"California" for a Bbort siesta be-
foro supper; was awakened by tho
porter (nioknamod Carrots) who
said a "cont" wanted to npn mn
i hurried down stairs and found
the gent in tho bar room, which
by the way was namod, or rather
misnamed, after the Btate of
"Maine." Colonel Twombly was
his name. Ho asked if I was the
boss of tho show and if I was, he'd
like to make a request tu.t I post
pone the regular time of raising
tho curtain till about nine o'clock
as there was a wedding on and
abont fortv of thn nnpflfn unnlrl
como if wo waited for them.
I asked him what guarantee wa
had that thov would coma. "Hu
Gad, sah, I'm the man that's to bo
married and if I aiut guarantee
enough, who in h I is ?"
Of vcouri.o wo waited. There
was a splendid houso aud tho per
formance seemed to pleaso, for ou
my return to tho hotel eevornl of
tho citizens waited ou mo and ro
quosted that wo pass tho ballanoo
of the night in "Maine."-'
Tho railroad magnate was
among thorn and was so loud in
his praise of tho show that I had
tho temerity to nsk him again
when tho train left. "Mr. Cle
ment, you asked mo that question
this mawnin' and I said when I
got gooi. nnd blank, blank ready;
now sah, I say that train goes
whenever you get good and blank,
blauk, blank roady."
Chlltlrrn'a Wont Foe,
Children show nvmnlnma nt
diseaie quickor than grown peo
ple, anu are accordingly easy to
treat for all troubles, Tho.worst
foes of children oro worm's, but
their prosonco can bo rondily de
tected and speedily romoved.
Whon a child becomes restless in
sloop, picks at its noso, grinds its
teoth, has a irregular nppotite, is
nervously irritable, and has bad
breath,it .b n victim of worms' work.
Thore is just one way to treat
worms that is to kill them.
Eickapoo Indian Worm Killer is
the ono medicine that will kill
thorn. Don't waste timo on any
othor treatment, and donjt waste
money ou nny othor medicine, for
Eickapoo Indian Worm Killer is
the safest, surest. DromntcHt nnd
moBt permanent relief from
worms. Hohron Drnrr fVi . Annnfn
for tho Eickapoo Indian Reme
dies. flan Frailclico Church (turned.
San Franciaoo, Oot. 5. Tho
First Baptist Church, Eddy street,
near Jones, is a smoldering mass
of ruins. Firo war difmnvnrWI !n
tho big wooden structure at 4:45
o'clock yosterday afternoon. An
Hour later it hod finished its work.
Considerablo dnmnun wna rlnnn tn
tho Hotel Normandie, on the west
sido of tho church, and to the tints
on the east sido, owned by John
ai. Manning. Tne losses prob
ably roach as high as $70,000 cov
ered by iusurnuco, amounting in
thoaggrogato to $20,000, divided
as follows: Church loss $-12,000
insuranco $12,000; property of
John M. Manning loss $18,000,
insuranco $5,000: FTnfnl Nnrmnn.
die loss 84.00 . insurance S2.0J0.
Residents in adjoining buildings
and hotel ocaunAtifn nutAini-rl
'A Henri ! Sturdy an OMk.'
But what about tho blood which
tho heart must pump at the rato of
70 times a minute? It tho heart
is to bo sturdy and tho noiveB
strong this blood must bo rich and
puro. Hood's Sarsapurilla makes
stnrdv hearts hnnnnxn it innl-tn
good blood. It gives to moo and
women strength, conndonce, cour
ago and endurance.
Hood's Pills nrn nnn.trrirntinrr
and the only cathartic to tako with
Emma Square Muile.
The band will .give a concort in
Emma Squaro this afternoon, bo
ginning at tho usual time:
Overture Juanlta Suppo
Fantasia Mnr.tn fiirln Vntlni-
Solcctlou Tho Royal Star Clerlco
I'anuxsin l'orestors' Courtship
I. 1 lot, tn. r f
Quadrille Lawa Tennla Fetran
March GroetliiKS Hall
The Star Spaiijrled IJannor.
For Uaiiiarlnon Ilorrltfcrator.
For S. 8. Australia Pennlma
Grapes, Orangos, Lemons, Limes,
Celery, Cauliflower, Cnbbago,
Fears, Plums, Frooh Salmon,
Flounders, Halibut, Crabs, East
oro and California Ovntnrn in
Tin nnd Shell1) nil Gnmn in Hon.
son, Turkeys, Uhiokens, Now crop
of Nuts and Dried Fruits, Onions,
Burbank Potatoes, Swiss, Parma
san, Rookefort, New Zealand and
uautornia ureara unooso, Ulives.
All kinds of Dried Fmits.
The school children will be
pleased to know that King
Bros, expect a large consign
ment of water color boxes, in
all sizes, from 10c to $1.2? Der
set, which will enable them to
carry on their studiesin paint
in?. KING BROS. ART STORE,
Real Estate and Insurance.
.0B-t-B JljLApAfp iaaarl
JL.IIPE and FIRE
New England Mutual life In
surance Co. of Boston.
tna Fire Insurance Company
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
Htwalltn Sugir Stock.
" Negotiated. Extern nl Fortlga Stock
403 California St.,
San Francisco, Cnl.
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
. Brokers & Dealers
CT We will llnv nr Hll Til P.t.l.l.
lllputs o( the group.
tr We will Soli Properties on HeiuoD
OFFICE. 10 West King Street
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Twolvo Cbluoso Granite Ultchlng
PokU, J.1) each.
Proporty In town.
UOUSrS TO LOT.
Real Estato Transaction
Bobssrlbam nrn tnrtitnitHrl with tm h.
to lx Hits per weak, giving an aaourMi
rsoorrt 01 all doita,mort(o'ei, lsisrti, i
loajcj, podra 01 nttornay. oto., etc, wlttl
krtpU(wl on ruaiit'l.
SaiHcrlptloti Velcn, $2.t)!l per f.r,Uj
A. V. GEAR,
.hiM Flnllillnsr. (Innnlntn
OHAS. J. PALK,
rolnbor Ilonolulu Stock Kxchaugo.
Room 301, - Judd Building.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
0UT1OHEEB AND UTOGK BROKBli
' Mo. 4 Queen Street.
Export Appraieomout of Kea)
iletato and FtiToiture
Slock and Bond Broker
Member of lltwillin Stock Eichingt.
Molnerny niook. Port Strflot.
P. E. R. STRAUOH,
Real Estate Broker
,j Financial AgL'nt and Colloctor.
Lincoln Hlock, - 039 King street.
1148 Telephone 641.
A. ,T. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Broker.
Member ol tbi Honolulu Stock Eichenje.
Otllce Quoen ntroot, opposite Union
T1phnn w6. P.O. Box ii.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Membei of Honolulu Stock Excbtnte.
Telephone 71. P. O. Boi 501.
General Manager of
The Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of the United Blates for the Hawaii
EDMUND H. HART,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Conveyancer and Seircher of Records.
"Offlco No. 16 Kaahumanu street.
aerrelophono No. 870.
NOTARY FDBLIC and TYPEW K1TEB
Once eolMerchtnt ttreet Cmob rear
P O. Cartw s atAc P. O Box io
Uo and ftt Broke
Agents, Brokers and cbb&rs.
IrV.G. Irwin & Go.
Western Sugar Uefinerr Oo. of B
Ualdwln Looomotlve Works of Fkfl
delphla.Fenn.. U. B. A.
Newell Universal MU1 Oo. (NkUeM
. OaneBhreddort.Ke-y York. U. B. A,
K.Ohlandt & Go's Chemical Fertmm
Alei Gross & Sons, high grade fMM.
Iters for Oane and Ooffee.
Beeds Steam Pipe Covering
Offer for Sale
Parafflne Paint Go's P ABPalnUMki
Papers) Lncol and Linseed oils, xv
IndnrLiJ, (a oold water paint) la wWi
Vllter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime ml
CASTLE & GOOKB,
The Ewe PUntetl' a Co.
The Walelua Agricultural Co.. Ltd.
The Kohile Surer Co.
The Wtlime Surer Mill Co.
The Koloa Arrkuliurel Co.
The Fulton Iron Works. St. Loult, Mo.
The Stenderd Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Bleke Steera Pump.
The New England Life Insurance Co, of Beet
The tna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford, Coaa.
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
Agents for tho California and Orients
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Vra. O. Irwin, President and ManiMt
31rus Bpreckels, ... Vioe-Freldax4
rV. M. OuTard, Secretary and TreatTam
Cheo. O. Porter, ... Andltw
AQBHT8 or IOI '
JUSANI0 STEAMSHIP OOMPAJiT
OF HAN rRANOI800, OAIi.
BREWER S CO., MD.,
Queen ttreet, Ilonolulu, II. I,
lti.uallan A !vli1.....t a... . i ...
...n...-...j,..v.tiit.i .vfinany, American aoraff
Company, Ookala Sugar Plant. Ccv Onomea Sugar
Co., Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co.. Mate
SY" r.' "LeK' Kancri to . Molokal Ranch:
Planter (Line San I rancltco Packets, Chas. Orewer
& Co.'t Line of Boston Packets.
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooko, Prosldontj George H,
RolMirtHnn. fnllnt7Ap . 1? 1.' Tti.i....
Treasurer and Secretary j Col. W. F.
AICa In.lli tt.4) T r T w n. .
n..a.., nuuit ., a . j, UUI108, II, )VIU)
house, Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
il. PHILLIPS & CO..
Wholesale Importer! and Jobber! ol
larops&D and American Dry (toot
Tort and Queen Streets.
H. HACKPELD & CO., Ltd
vENEBAL COMMISSION AGEItt
Oor.J'ort and UneenHtroeta HonolalEt
CITY REPAIR SHOP
115 Bethel Street, opposite Waten
house & Co.
Strictly new rSjS Cleveland Dlcycles for Rett.
Second-hand Bicycles for tale.
HaBalrlnB MAmnll. am, lkA....i.klu .u a-
All work guaranteed.
Honolulti Iron Works Co.
Improved ami iuodorn SUGAR JtA
OHINERY of every cajiaclty aud de
ariptlon tundo to order. Bollor worl
and RIVETED PIPES for lrrigatlot.
Burpoees a specialty. Particular atten
on paid to JOB WORK, and repairs ex.
"r.utod at Bhortoat notice .
R. M. DUNCAN,
Collector and General Busi
Offlce, -113 KahumanulUttot,
Also preparod to tako ordora ftnllliu
In low lands and torraclng. Work
promptly attended to. 1253
united States tjnetom Hoom IsrolMn
Accountant, Searchor of Titles Met.
OFFICE: No. 15 Kaahumanu
Honolulu. Formerly A. Roast
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