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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, 11. 1., NOVEMBER 4 lb9.
ATKINSON & JUDD,
A.L.C. Atkinson mul Albert t'.Judd.Jr.)
Couns"llor at Law.
Ofllca ovdr Uimhii V Co.'s Ilnnk, cor.
Knsimtiimuti nml Mmclinut troel.
T. McOANTS STEWART,
Oouiimsllor at Law.
V.irrntu Itt.irk.minosltn Cllthnllo ClllirOll
Ik ' Pnrl Mrvet. Honolulu. II. T.
E ' ' .-,--i unfl
i-B- jOi MClBpiUniU Urn
Fkedbkiok YV. JlLvnicey,
At tonic v- at -Law.
J IS Morclvot street, opp. WihopNlI.uik
Honolulu, II. I.
GILBF-RT F. LITTLE,
ilTORNEY AT LAW.
CHARLES F. PETERSOH
A-ttoi'noy at Law and
HN L. KAULUKOU,
RRTHEL ST., HONOLULU.
71. C. Acill. Knock Johnson.
AOHI & JOHNSON,
ttornoys anil Counsolors
Ofilco No. 10 West Klnghtreot.
B. A. 1YIOTT-SMITH,
IAS MOVED to the Judd
Block. Fort St.
OR JENNIE L.HILDEBRANO. I
IlnH removed from Port streot.
OFFICE. 612 Iloretnnla &troct, two
doom other sldo of Atepat. 1
HOURS, 0 ta 12 . m.j 1 to p. in.
DR. WALTER HOFFMANN.
PW"VTA .frnKlTTS. (onnosltn the
Office Hours: 8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3
f in.; 7 to 8 p. in. Sundays: 8 to 11
m. Tolephone 510. P.O. Box fiOl.
D3. A. GORDON HODGINS.
S.-xCK AND KESIDKNCK, OEDC5K
COTTAGK, eornorllotol nnd lilcliards
Iroots, Ofilco Hours : 0 to 1 1 ; 2 to
A. 7 to 8. Telonhono 1)53. 1215
JR. A.N. SINCLAIK,
KING ST., NEXT OPERA HOUSE.
Hours: 9-10n. m.,l-3p. m.,7-Sp.m
iandayB, 12-2 p in.
Toloplior-o 7-L 1107-3in
DR. i. L. GARVIN
Ifflce: 637 Kino Htokkx, near Punch
howl, Honolulu, II. I.
TELEPHONE No. U8
lours: 9 to 11 a. in.; 1 to 3 p. 111.;
7 to 8 p. in.
DR. TOMIZO KATSUNUMA,
Bkln IMsoasos of all kinds a specialty.
Office Koom 11, Sprockles Building.
Houre 9 to 4.
Tolepbono 474. Rosldenco tolonhone
DR. I. MORI,
136 Reretania street, between Emma
and Fort streets.
Telephone 277. P. O. Ilox 843.
OUlco Hour,s: t) to 12 a. in. and 7 to 8
. m.; Sundays, 0 to 12 a. in. 1229
1 ' ' Hi i.i.
loDsnltlcf Rooms. 427 HunM Street.
Tole phono 132. P. O. Box 8 12.
&.-sldezico, 621 Nuuanu St.
UourN: 0 to 12 a. in. and 7 to 9p. in.
Jundaj-H, 2 to 0 p. in. 1212 dm
Hawaiian Medicine Co.,
LINCOLN MLOCK, KINO STREET,
(Up Stairs). . J
i ..: --rrr; .1 J.J
' IHfc HbbI IHJNU 1-UK IMAM
COUGH Is our Paukunu Cough Medicine,
for .sale by the Honolulu Drug Store, and I
4. C.WALL.D.D.S., !
NewlLovo's Building, Fort Street.
C.W.Kinney J.K.&ahaku '
URNERS AND POLISHERS of all kind of NUy
fOOul nbnpnjiuo m iuvu4 iw viwr;
Situato.il on the cast siilo of
Kalihi Yalloy. Tlio view to
Peavl Harbor is tlio best in
tho city of Honolulu. Tho
soil is very deep; no 'stones
or rocks oil tlio place.
Water will bo laid boforo
purchasers avo ready to build.
A space will bo sot apart,
in uioniory of tho Princess
Kaiulani, for a park.
Tho lots will bo sold at tho
lowest prices in tho market,
with which other real cstato
aj? Mits will not afford to coni-
Applications for lots will
bo received at our olhcc, and
will bo given preference of
chosmg lots in the order they
For further particulars ap
10 WEST KING ST.
.October -itli, 1899.
1-3. Off on
PINKE & CO.,
Supply every variety of Cut Flowers and
Growing Plants. Sprays, Bouquets and
Funeral and Wedding Floral Designs sup
piled on short notice.
Office, corner Fort street and Chaplain
Lane, oppos1 he Catholic Mission.
at 12 cents
I a Quart!
I Dollvored In any quautltlos to sitlt.
Lcavo your orders at STAB Ri TIVV,
ror TELEPHONE 103. ' fc
Pover of Attorney.
I G. J. Waller will act for me unJer
power of attorney during my absence from
I r bEC, WINSTON.
Honolulu, Aug. 3 1 1899. 13G6
ON THE PHILIPPINES
Now York, Oct. 20. I'rcsidout
Jicili Q. Hohurmau of Cornell
University nt n dinner teiideretl
him by tlio Aldiua ABbocirttion,
tnado speech in which ho t'r?o
ly Bummctl up tho troubles iu tho
Philippines, lie spoks in pnrt no
"Undor tho law of nntious the
United 8 ntes has unimpeachable
sovoreignty ovor tho Philippine
Islands, Tins involves roaponni
bilily for tboir povcroment. Our
tutelflgo nt loast for somn time is
tlio ouly tbine that o-tn savo tho
Filipinos from dopotiern nnd
annroby nnd thoir islands from
division among tho Eliropenu
poer-, thin ileatrwinK foiover
tho bopo of a froo nnd solf-govrn
ing JL'ilipinu uutiouulity, which
Ainorictiu protection and cuatd
ianship would inovilnbly loud to
"Hut wo must not fail o mnkc
uso of evory means available for
tho iittaininont ot (be oud iu view.
And, when wo bear in mind thai
the Filipinos nine tho signing of
tbo treaty of l'aris have boon with
out political smtus or civil riIitf,
it would seem both just a:d poli
tic for Cooro4B (to wnom the
treaty delegates the function) to
dcclnro authoritatively what rights
and privileges the Filipino nre
to onjoy under American eov
oroignty. "1'hero are six or seven millions
of Filipinos who aro uot Ggbtinu
U3. Tbo THgalos, who are fibt
ing us number, men, women and
children, not more than a million
and a half. 1 plea I alike on the
ground of justico and expediency
for an autboritativoannouncoment
to tbo peaceful Filipinos -the
grpnt majority of all tbe islands
of this arohipo!ngo-of the politic
al nud civil rights, privileges and
iramunitios which tho President
nnd Congress of tbo United States
undoubtedly have ready to bes
tow upon thorn.
'.My ndvico is this: locrease
your military forces, but at tbe
entile timo toll tho pneifio Fili
pinos what you aro going to d
with demand while yonrcrnut
will undoubtedly sstiify tbo nou
belligereuts, it will also weaken
among tbe belligerent Tagalos
tbo power now exercised by Agui
nnldo. This is Liucolu'e border
Slate poljcy npplied to tbe Philip
pines, wbore tho noutrals far out
nninber tbo bolligeronls."
This over popular Rainier beer is
becoming household word nnd "wlh
you hnvo n glass of Scattlo" is more
often heard than anything else. Tbe
Criterion Saloon has the beer 011 tnp
or In bottles.
It is not necessary to inlio
duce Mr. W. Y. Itow to peo
ple who patronize art in Ho
nolulu. ' To those who may
not know, it would perhaps be
as well to say that he has been
in the employ of King Bros,
for close on to ten years, where
evidences of his skill are always
to be seen. He works in oil,
water color, or pastel, with
equal facility. His studies in
Hawaiian Fish have been copied
and recopied by less skillful
hands, which is evidence suffi
cient that he is a master in
still life. His studio is still with
110 Hotel street.
Ucforo civilized man had heard or
dreamed of It, Klcknpoo Indian Oil
was healing the wounds, leliovlng nnd
curing tho nchea and pnlna ot tho lied
Man. Boforo clvi Izcd man had heard
ot It, It kept tho natives in perfect
health. And slnco civilized man lias
known It, tho category of cur es has
becomo voluminous. No other medl
clno has mado such cures: because
kKlcknpoo Indian Oil Is uaturo's romo
dy, nnd naturo stands back of It. Your
druggist has it, or can get it. Insist
on getting tho genuine Klcknpoo In
dian Oil. Ilouron Drug Co., agents for
Klcknpoo Indian Remedies.
Douglas Wrilte who wrote On To
Manila hasdone his work nccu
TBE BEAR AND EAGLE
Washington, October 21. Tbo
Uehring eoa claims originated in
tbo seiztiro by tbo Hu-sinn author
ities off tbo coast of Siberia of
three AmnriciiH scaling vessels,
nud the damauos claimed iiggio
galed about Slu'O.OOO. Tbo ves
sets wcro the John Hamilton
Lewi, theOnpo Horn Pegion and
the 0. H. White. In obcIi case
tbe Inrgcst claim is on ncoouut of
the tufforings of the Araoricnu of
ficers nud crews while undor
arrest. The cases differ from tbo
claims preseulo.l by tho British
sealers which were settled by tbo
Uehriug seu arbitration, iu the
fact that while the British vessels
were seized by the Amorican
rovouuo cuttors on what tho arbi
tration court declared to bo tbe
high sens, the liussinu man-of-war
seized these Amorican soalers
within sovon milo9 of tho Astatic
It is n matter of iuterost that
for tho fi'st time tho Russian Gov
ornmeut contends that marine
jurisdiction of n country extends
nt leitt this distance from tbo
shore instead of being limited to a
mnrino league, as laid down by
tho older writers on international
law The league was fixed origin
ally beoiuso it represent tbo ex
tromo distance from sboro that n
shot could bo thrown by one of
tho old cannon ubh! in tho oosst
defense, nnd the Kussians hold
that the limit should be extended
to correspond to tho increased
raugo of modern ordnance.
Tho protocol through which tbo
arbitration was arranged was pro
pared in St. Petorsburg by United
ritates Minister Tower nud tho
Russian Foreign OQice. It was
agreed by tho parties that there
should bo but one arbitrator, nnd
tbo porsou selected for that post is
Mr. Ai-ser, a oflobrated Dntcb
jurist, who took a prominent part
in Tho Haguo conforonro. The
caao will be submitted to him just
as soon as the papers can bo pre
pared nt tho State Department.
Till: SI.LMI linil RAH.
Tho following beautiful child's
poem was written by Alius Dollio
Dutcher, tho accomplished. prima
ry teacher of tho Hoquiam school,
in this stnto:
We bairded the Slumber tmtn last eve,
a nany uearnndl.
The car was a rocker wide and deep.
wuii me ireigni uicKering Dy.
Baby laughed and clapped her hand-.
As bade and forth we swayed)
And tossed her curls and watched In glee
I he comical hhaJows made.
We played that 1 was a brakeman bold
Cm the train to Sleepytown.
While baby was one of the passengers,
In cunning cap nnd gown.
And the mother close by the open door
Was the trusty engineer,
Whose steady hand would guide the train
The Sleepytown so dear.
Now we rush o'er rivers, we dash thro''
What wonderful sights we see 1
There was never before such a rollicking
As was taken by baby and me.
But at last we came to the old, old bridge
Kept by the Sandman tall,
Who sifts the sand Into baby's eyes
When twilight begins to fall.
Then hushed Were the merry, prattling
And StlltPil U'nc flip tllmnlil litnrl
While slowly I swayed the rocker then,
rur we u readied me Sieepytanu.
Then swftly called for the engineer
1 nro me uoor mat stood ajar,
Aim gently placed In her loving arms
The pet from the slumber car.
Seattle P. I.
'I runiiioru nt ,llnnll.
Washington, Oot. 25. Tbe War
Department has received tho fol
lowing f'om Goneral Otis:
"ALuiiln, Oct. 25. Tbo trans
port Grant, with tho Twenty-sixth
Voluutoers nnd rtcruits, arrivrd
yoitorday. No onoualties. The
Aztec, with civilian employes, ar
rived this morning. Seven horseB
lost. All others in good condi
Tho uso of tho Singer In millions of
homes shows tlio unprecedented suc
cess of theso Idonl sewliiR machines.
It Is convincing proof that tho Singer
oxcols In nil kinds of family sowing
and art ucedlo work. All our sowing
machines nro of tho best construction,
beautifully decorated, and nro mounted
on slcected'woods In finely flnlshod
cabinets of artistic designs. II. llor
gorscnT agent, 16',i Jlethel street.
I ,n I
V Quality J
MBW0L1TAB MIT (10.
?08 KING STREET.
G. J. yxLLEn, ; : Man Ao En
Wholoealo nnd Kolnil
BEST? OP MEATS.
Famlllos desiring tendor roasts.
Juicy stoaks and chops should
call on tho
Central Meat Market
Wo mnke a specialty of family trade
and doll tho best at reasonable
2H Nuuanu St.
Holders of water privileges, ot tnose
paying water rates, are beiebv. ratified
that the hours for Irrlgatljn putoses are
from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m. and from 4tc 6
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved by J. A. KING.
Minister of Intencr
Honolulu, June 14. ito.
Ex "Mary E. Foster,"
Trotters and Pacers
Light nnd Heavy Draft
JL-U JLJL JLJ
r r r
Only a few left. Good Milkers.
Honolulu Stock-yards Co
Corner Alakea and
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING GO,
EO. A. WILLIAMS, F. D.,
Office and Parlors
614 & 610 Fort St., near Hotel.
N. F, Burgess
Does All Kinds of
L WN MOWERS and
Are sneclaltles. Lawn Mowers, will be
called for, by RINGING UP 220. Also,
a few for rent.
HE. Gk BIAJRT,
-404K fort Street.
The latest designs in bracelets,
Pins, Rings, &c, on hand or made
to order. Stones of all kinds neatly
cut, polished and mounted. ' .
To know about your food Is
its purity. No one can afford
to overlook this important
thing in beverage. People
who know say that women
and children can use and be
sure of its absolute purity
mild and delicious
It's ideal for home use a trial
German American Ins. Co.,
. ut rsew York, and
Onion Assurance Co.,
Members Honolulu Stock
: Wernicke Book Cases, :
The Globe Company's Desks,
nling Cases and office
Secured at lowest prices.
w Watcrbouse k C
IN SPECIAL DESIGNS
AND COLORS V
New Stock Just Opened.
Lewers & Cooke, "
Latest styles. A large
invoice just received.
Wilder & Co,, Ltd;
l Electric Co
t CONSTRUCTORS OF GA8
, AND ELECTRIC
T 46 Merchant St. JT
T-H- H H H H H-
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