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1 THE EVENING BQLLE'HK: HONOLULO, H, 1,, NOVEMBER 4, 1899. 3 ' JIH
I , DINNER TO SIR THQS, UPTON neal Estate and Insurance. Agents, Brokers and Jcfe '1
I 1 FOR THE SEASON! 1 "J? B BLUE -n ,-iu.iorc m a. in an -f
Roger and Gallet,
Gosnell's, in all odors
Just received at Lederer's 1XL,
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.
Ttie IXL, J
P. O. Hox 535.
A Splendid Consignment
Buggies, ltoad, Oarts, nnd Harness.
Specially Soleutod for Local Requirements.
Honolulu Carriage ilanufactory
W. W. VVpiGrHT;. l?rop'r.
Horses, Cattle, Sheep Nand Dogs
-AXiL HAVE THEIR, IT:L.S.
REMEDIES M ADE B Y JOHN "POTTIE & . SONS,
Veterinary Surgeons of' World-wide Fame, will
Money is Saved by Investing in Pottle's Remedies.
Black Oils for Sprains. Gall Silye for Sore Necks, White Oils for; Swollen Glands,
Urecn Lotion, great neaung agent,
Black Olntmentifor Horses' Fee),
Pottle Eye Salve, for Sore Eyes,
r Doir. Sheep. Cattle. Horses. SI
Vermin Soap for Dog. Sneep,
HyTihis Is only a partial list; If you don't
s7 , fRANKBF
Via S. S. Coptic, another lot of that
Elegant Swiss Buttermilk Soap,
-. Only 35 cents a box; a beautiful, finely-scented Toilet Soap the Dairy
Queen, at2j cents per box. Also, a few gross of highly-perfumed French Soap, In
vity desirable odors, at 25 cents a cake, 6b cents a box.
We have atso purchased that large (lot of German Alcohol, per ship Marie
Hakfeld( vhlch!we VvlII quote at bottom prices.
CARRIAGE, WAGON AND TRUCK
i r .tv, . u m
, Kepainng, raimmg.
Iino H;ox'esh.oeinpf a Specialty.
.' Agency Rubber Tire Wheel Company.
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HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE .MANUFACTURING CO.
Queen Street near Fort. .
Without a Rival.
Una no equal in tho?o fuior qualities of
(loHcnto flavor wlriuli nro so highly
iippftfintod by discriminating judges.
If. is tbo favorito champagne among
connoisseurs tbo -world over.
Nuuanu and King Streets, Honolulu.
S. Wl LEDERER, Proprietor.
of Surreys, Pluotons,
TOUT HTlttSKr, AUOVJS HOTEL.
soouung vjiis lor awn eruptions,
Electric Oils, a mild blister,
Cattle, Horses, Shrubs and Trees.
see what you want ask
. Agent for the Hawalhn Islands.
vooMg tender corm
Honolulu, Drug Co.,
Von Holt Block, King st.
1 ir. n 1
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1 rimming ai Manuiaciunng
FiOm tlio Portlnnd Oregonlnn tho
followliif Item Is clipped. It shows thq
appreclntlon felt for the kind treat
ment necorded tho volunteers en routo
to Mnnlla by tho peoplo of Honolulu
somo time since:
"IinWAUDED Dread cast upon tho
waters sometimes returns after many
days. Miss Mary Knott, of Honolulu,
H. I., who Is now In this city, Is being
made to npprcclnto this fact. Mlsa
Knott was ono of thoso patriotic work
ers of tho Paradise of tho Pacific who
mmlo tho stay of tho Second Oregon In
that city a round of plcasuro and feast
lug. Sho was born In Honolulu, but
her parents wcro Americans, and nl-.
ways retained their American affec
tions. When tho committees of Hono
lulu citizens wero formed for tho recep
tion or tno nrst pnuippino expedition,
Miss Knott nnd her parents wero
among tho ardent workers, and during
tho stay of tho American troops thcro
nlwnys strove with untiring earnest
ness to promoto tho happiness of tho
men. Miss Knott, like many of tho
fair ones of that city, corresponded
with ,tho boys nftor they went on to
tho Philippines, and thus established
tho friendship begun. Among her cor
respondents was Jesse D. Pol!nm, ofJ
Company u. Miss Knott came to San
Francisco somo time boforo tho return
of tho Second Oregon to that city for
muster-out. and visited her acquain
tances at tho Presidio when they nr
rlved. Then It camo the turn of tho
llollam family to act as the entertain
er, nnd tho young soldier's mother In
sisted thnt Miss Knott como to Port
lnnd at her first opportunity. Sho ar
rived hero last week, nnd since hns
been tho guest of several families
whoso boys wcro recipients of Hono
lulu cheer, particularly Mrs. Elizabeth
Qollam, who says that anything sho
has Is nt the comnnd of thoso who fa
vored her boy.'
HATTL.R HYMN OF THE HOCUS.
(Translated from tho Dutch of Peter
Van Vllet, head clerk of tho Holland
Dank at Johannlsbcrg, by Dr. C. A.
Lutz, P. M. S. S. Co's surgeon of tho U.
S. A. T. City of Peking).
Arise! and battle for tho right,
Yo valiant souls of Uocrland,
Do ready for th' unequal fight.
And, with tho noblo, patriot bund,
'Gainst Urltlsh greed, united stand.
Let looso tho wild cumculdcs!
For liberty can only grow
When wnterod by tho crimson flow
Tho life-blood of her enemies.
TIb Envy, th' eldest-born of hell,
That prompts Great Drltnln's selfish
May her presumption proo the knell
Of all her daatard hopeB. Such names
As Venezuela, and Alaska, too,
Provo Drltons are n grasping' crew.
Their aim relcnt'ess power nnd pelf,
Olory nnd greed, whllo praising self.
Hut hcio on Afrlc's soil shall lie
Tho blood of patriots who shall die
Content In faith that, phoenix-like,
'TWIU rlso-ln heroes now, nnd strlko
Th' invndlng tyrant robbers low.
And crush all Freedom's every foe
Tho ruthless foes of Liberty
And save our llocrlnnd from the woe
And dlro distress of s'avery.
Hut whllo wo live, we, each and nil,
Will fight until our country's free.
If fall wo must llko men wo'll fall,
And never bend the suppliant knee.
Our fathers' God, help thou the
Let not Goliath crush tho weak,
Let not a Monarchy's unjust,
Insatlato greed crush Into dust
Let Iron-hco'.cd cupidity
Nor Britain's arrogant array
And countless hordes on Afrlc's
shores , t
Destroy tho country of tho Iiocrs. t
Grant thou tho triumph of tho right,
Keep thou our loved escutcheon
0, God, bo with us In tho fray!
Protect nnd shield us In thy might;
Almighty Lord of. Hosts, wo pray.
Nov. 5, 1890.
Cambridge, Mns3 Oct. 28. Tho ro
suit of tho Harvard-Indian gamo to
day was: IFrst half Carllslo 5. Har
vard 11. Second half Cnrlfs C, Har
vard 11. Flnnl score Carllslo 10, Ilnr
Now York, Oct. ?8. Tho football
eleycns of Yalo and Columbia met tin
day on Manhattan Field. Sco-o: FltBt
half Yalo 0, Columbia 0. Second half
Columbia. C: Yalo. 0.
Itlmca, N. Y Oct. '28. The Pxlncoton"
and Cornell football elevens played
hero today. Score, First half Cor
nell 0, Princeton 0, Second and flnnl
score Princeton 0, f.'orncll R.
"A HEART AS STUHDY AS AN
But what about the blood which tho
heart must pump at tho Kite of 70
times a minute? If tho heart Is to bo
Sturdy nnd tho nerves strong this
blood must' bo rich and pure. Hood's
Sarsnparllla makes sturdy hearts be
cause It makes good blood. Ir gives
to men and women strength, confi
dence courngo and endurance.
Hood's Pills nro non-irrltnting and
tho only cathartic tp tdko with Hood's
1 THE LAST CAR.
The Inst cars of tho King street lino
going to'Walkikl and Palama pass tho
'Anchor SUloon. Tho cleverest mixolo
gists In tho city nro there nlwnys to
put you up anything you may desire.
'Drop In and tako a drop before you
tnko th'o car. Tho celebrated Soattlo
,beor lq to bo had hero on draught. A
full lino of liquors, Including tho; fa
mous Jcsso Mooro Whiskey, etc., nl
ways on hand. Received per Warrl
moo, rtalnlor Bock Beer on 'draught.
T)ie Anchor Saloon Is hor6'td ploaso Its
patrons. ' 'I
Now York, Oct. 24. An in
formal luuchfon in honor of Sir
l'lioraBH Liptou, ownor of tbo
Shnmrook, whb yivon today iu tho
locinH of the Transportation Club
formal luuchcon iu honor of Sir 'AJgiJLMMjJLSiUf H
L'liomnn Liptou, owuor of tbo (flfiflTK Limited 3,9
SliRinrock, wiib yivon today iu tbo '"""""WIPl AdBNTS FOR -,3H
in the Manhattan Hotel. A nuru-
her of rn'lway nnd steamboat
transportation otnocra wore nro
sent. Senator Depow, president
or tno clan, rccoivcu the guest.
Tho Senator in an nddroes said:
"No man has contributed so
much to tho speed of England and
so muoh to oxhilarate Ibis country
as Sir Thomas.. Ho wanted that
cap. Wo stopped twisting tho
lion's tail n year ago and this year
cro had to stick pinB in tho eagle.
The result hns been satisfactory!
to tbo eagle.
"It is sporting spirit in its best
sense that carries England's (lag
aod tho spirit of England over the
world, nnd it is the sporting
spirit in its best form that carries
our flag to tho other side of tbo
wotld. Tho saino feeling that
stirred us when we received tho
uows of tho batlln of San Juan
6tirred us three or four days ago,
when wo received news of tho
Bghting iu tno Transvaal."
In reply Sir Thomas said be
was deeply movKl by tho sineero
greeting extended him.
"1 have bocn nskod," said Sir
Thomas, "if I would challence
again. Unfortunately, Mr. Info,
the desiguor of tho Shamrock, hae
boon eick and wo have not had
tbo benefit of his ndvice during
the wholo 6ories of races. After
the last rneo ho was too ill to be
told, although I suppose bo knows
now. Gentlemon, I am prepared
to mnbo another challenge when
Mr. Fifo regains hia health and I
can discuBS tho matter with him."
Captains Hogarth and Wringo
and tbe crew of tbo yacht Sham
rock wero at work loday packing
tho sails and coiling up tho your
of the yacht, refldy to be shipped
with the spnrs to Southampton
about tho time tho Shamrock sails
for tho other side.
The riato "uow set id uext Tues
day, when tho Erin will nlso be
ready to go. Osplnin Hogarth
expects to replaco tho racing mast
with tbo jury mast tomorrow.
Moo were at work todny putting
in tho braces which are to sap
port tho yacht below on her At
At 1'ronpect Hall, Brooklyn, to-
'tnight, the captains and crows of
tbo Columbia and bhamrcck wore
"Utortaiuod by the Yasht Musters
and Engineers' Ascociatiou. A
dinner and a smokor wore also
TO NIGHT MASCOTTE.
A Full House for Bohemian Girl at
tho Mntlneo Todny.
One of tho largest houses In tho his
tory of tho Oporn House greeted the
Lyilcs on their Initial matinee perfor
mance this uftornoon. It was n gath
ering of musical enthusiasts who un
derstood nnd appreciated tho, many
tuneful melodies of the Bohemian Girl.
Tho nudienco was most demonstrate o
In their npproval of tho several num
bers of tho opera, and wero simply de
lighted with tho performance.
Tho Mascotto will ba tho opera for
tonlght: It Is bno of the Lyrics' most
humorous productions and follows
c'osely In lino with Said Pasha. Tho
comedians havo an unlimited range for
comedy work und, needless to sny, they
tnko ndvantnge of It. No funnier fel
lows havo ever played In Honolulu
than Messrs. Kenneth nnd Henderson.
Thcro will bo a number of Introduc
tions mndo during tho performance,
principally n grand Amazon March, by
tho chorus ladles, and several topical
songs' by tho comcdlaurf. Those who
want to laugh and at tho samo time,
hear somo cxqulslto music, should not
nilsH La .Mascotto,
On Tuesday, November 7 Fra Dl
avolo will be produced ,and on Thurs
day, Nov. 9,'Marthn, with tho eminent
prima donna Boprano, iMIss Nclllo An
drews. In tho tltlo role. This will be
,hcr first appearance In Honolulu. '
CHILDREN' WORST; FOE.
Children show Bymptoms of dfseasn
quicker than grown peoplo, and aro
accordingly easy , to 'treat for all trpu
bles. Tho worst foes qf children nro
worms, but their presenco can bo read
ily detected and seedllyl removed.
Vhen a child becomes restless In
sleep, picks at Its noso, grinds Its'
'teeth, 'has un Irregular apetlto; is ner
vously Irritable, und has bad breath, It
Irr a victim of worms' work. i;hero if,
ijust bno way to treat worms' 'that Is
to kill them. Don't waste ilmo on any
other treatment, nnd don't ' wastb
money on any otljer medicine, for
lucunpoo iimuin worm tuner is .1110
afest, surest, promptest and most per
manent relief from wormB. Hobron
Drug Co., agents for KIclmpoo Indian
Yhe campaign aeainst Agulnaldo
s described In On To Manila. . . ,
LIBR and iIRE ' tvnncisco. "' '""" ""' ' aa W
, . , , . Baldwin Locomotive Works o, OH
fRTQTTDHllinr HfinlTCl . Philadelphia, Fenn., V. S. A. W
IIUXI I M 11 llll .P UIpHIUI.X Vnwn.t ITtili'Afanl Mill r MoM 'JW
."."wiwutwH uMulal r' Cano Shredder! .Now York. U. B. A. ,.-&
V II aTV IM . ! . I ! auiia UMIIUiniH A'llll VUl ttlMUUlMLt PU
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
tna Fire Insurance Company
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention elven to rurchasa an J uli ol
Hawaiian Sugar Stock.
Loans Negotiated. Eattem and Foreign Stocka
T-t03 California 8t.,
Tg8nn Francisco, Cal. 1172
W. C. ACHI & C0.f
Brokers & Dealers
ty We will Buy or Hell Roal Estate It
ill parts ol tho group.
tW We will Sell Properties on Koagon
OFFICE, 10 West King Street
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Cblnoso Granite llllchtui;
Posts, $5 oaeh.
j Property In town.
HOUSES TO LET,
Real Estate Transaction
SnbsorlbflH nro lurnutiod with lri tin
t& six liats nor week, giving an aocnrmi
reoord of all deeds, mortxtKreu, leases, 11
teises, powjrn of attorney, etc., elo., wbit)
ire placed on record.
Subscription Prlco, iii.OI) per Kontt,
Juiiil Ritlldlntr. TTonninin.
OHAS. .T. tfALK,
Membor Honolulu Stock Exchange
Room 301, Jmld Uulldlng.
JA8. F. MORGAN.
0CTIONEEK AND BTOOU BKOKEh
No. 41 Quccu Btreet.
Kxpert Appraisement of Real
iatato nnd Fnru''r-
Stock and Bond Broker
Member ol Hawaiian Stock Exchange.
Molnerny Block. Fort Street.
P. E. It. STlt AUdH,
Real Estate Broker
Flnauclnl Agent and Collector.
Llncotiijlllock, . G39 King stroet.
ml Telephone 6r.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Broker.
Member of the Honolulu Stock Exchange,
Office Quoon street, opposlto Union
Talaphona yA. P.O. Boa t.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Meobei ol Honolulu Stock Eichange,
Telephone ts. P. O. Boi 504.
General Manager oi
The Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of the United Btatea (or the Hawaiian
Oman Merchant street. Uonoinlm
EDMUND H. HART,
Notary Pnblic and Typewriter
Conveyancer and Searcher of Records.
jtaf Offlco Na 15 Kaahumanu street.
tyToloplionO No. 870.
NOTARY PUBLIC Bli TYPEWR1TEB
OBIca aol Merchant street Camps!) real
P O. Carter .offlc O Box im ' , ,..
Western Sugar Refinery Co., of Saa
Unldwln Locomotive Works o?
1'hllndolphla, Pcnn., 17. S. A.
Nowcll Universal Mill Co. (National
Cano Shredder), Now York, U. 8. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co's Chemical Fertiliz
ers. Alex. Cross & Sons, high grndo fer
tilizers for Cano nnd Coffee.
Reed's Steam PIpo Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE
Parnlllno Paint Co's P. & II. Paint
nnd Papers; Lucol and LInscett
Oils, raw nnd boiled.
Iniltirino (n cold water paint).. Iff
white and colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, LImer
and Pricks .
CASTLE & COOKB,
AGENTS FOR 1
rt)t Eva Plantatl't Co.
rna Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd. '
Tho Kohala Sugar Co.
Tha Walamra Sugar Mill Co.
The Koloa Agricultural Co.
p Fulton Iron Worki, St, Lou.a, Mo.
The Standard OH Co.
The Geo. H. Dlake Steam Pumci.
Ttie New Lnglan4LltelnurancaCo.of
T.e fctna Fire Inj. Co. ol Hartford. Caaa.
iur rtininc Aimrance ui. or Lonaoa,
Agents for tho California and Orient.1
Steamship Company. . ,
VOIIT STREET. v . '
Wm. G. Irwin & Co
Vm. O. IrwiD, President and Manafw'
Jlans Bprcokels, ... Tlnn FroililMl
V. M. GuTnrd, . Seoretnry and Treavimti.
rheo. O. Porter, ... AvOttat'
aoentb or inn
IUBANI0 STEAMSHIP COMPAlrt
OF BAH FRANCISCO. OAIt.
Hr.a .. O. ...... Tl. .... a.. a - " aliiiiK
BEWBRj& CO., IM., I
1 Queen street, Honolulu. II. I. . TI
Hawaiian Agricultural Company American Sofa
Company. Ookala Sugar Plant. Co , Onomea Sua
Co.. Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugai Co., Mi hut
Sugar Co . Haleakala Ranch Co , MoTokal Ranxlc
Planter's Lint San I rancltco Packets, Chas. Bnwm)
a ui. s Line or uojion rajckets.
LIST OF OF11CERS:
O. M. Cooko, Ptesltlont; Ooorgs 11.
Robortsonj Manager; E. F. Itlshop',
Treasurer nnd Secretary j Col. W. V.
AII011, Audit r; P. C. Jonos, U. WUr '
liouso, oo. R. Carter, Dlroctora'. (
M. PHILLIPS &, Cu. .
Wholesale Importers and JobLen o
iaropean and American Dry ftooc
f 0 t nd Or.een RtroeU. t,
H. HACKFELD & CO.,LuJ
.EHEEAL COMMISSION AdEKTl'
0or. Cnrt nod CJtatteu Htreta QonolmJa '
CITY REPAIR SHOP
115 Bethel Street, opposite Water
house & Co.
Strictly new 1S0S Cleveland Bicycles lor Real
Secondhand. Bicycles for sale.
Repairing promptly and thoroughly arteole
All work guaranteed.
1 B.JONEi , 1
'. : B.CLARa ' '
1 1 1 1 ' '
, Honolulu Iron-Works Co.
Improved nnd modem SUGAR MA
CHINERY of overy capacity and de-'
scrlptton mado to order. Uollor work
and RIVETED. PIPES for IrrlgaUon
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion pnldttd JOB WORK ,and repaira1
executed nt shortest notice. , '
R. M. DUNCAN. .
Collector and General Bus'i-
nes 'Agent. '
, Ofllco 113 Knnhumnnu 'utreot 1
Also proparcd to tako orders, for
filling in low lands and terracings
Work promptly nttendod to. 1253
MORRIS K'.KEOHOkAlu. E'
United RtntrR f'liatnni Unmm TlmJ
Accountant, Searcher of Titles and
General Business Agent. '
1 .Telenbono C20.
nfttni?. Mn ir irnt.. .... .1.'. i
Honolulu. Formerly A.lTlnnn'ii nMijl
.. &w&. , ,w. v .uwuuuiuiu Dincu
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