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THE EVENING BUI.LE11S: HONOLULU, U. 1., KOVEMUEK 25, 1899.
ATKINSON & JUDD,
A.UO. Atkinson anil Albert F.Judd.Jr.)
Counsellors at Law.
Offlco over lilMiup A Co. Bank, cor.
Kaahnnmnu nml Merchant slrools.
T. McOANTS STEWAKT,
OouiiHollor at Law.
'rugross Block, opposlto Cnthollo Chur;h
Fort street, Honolulu, II. I.
,2 Tolopliono 1122
FitRDintiOK W. Haxicky,
' Attorney-ai -Law.
dKMercbaut street, pp. Blshop'MR.mk
Honolulu, II. I.
GILPF.RT F. LITTLE,
ttTBBSEY ST LAW
TJHARLES F. PETERSON'
attorney t Law and
W. O. Aohi. Enoch Johnson.
Attorneys and Counselors
Oco No. 10 Wf f,t KiiigHtrt-ot.
F. M. BROOKS.
Attorney at' Law
Spre ckcls Building, Fort Strert,
B. A. MOTT-SMITH,
3AS MOVED to the Judd
Block, Fort St.
OR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRAND.
Has roiroved from Fort stroot.
OFFICE, 612 Beretania fctroet, two
Soars other sldo of Alapai.
fcOURS, 0 to 12 a. in.; 1 to I p. m.
TFT TTHPNB 915. 1314
OR. WALTER HOFFMANN.
MKBTANIA STREETS, (opposlto the
OAoo Hours: 8 to 10 a. in.; i to 3
p a.; 7 to 8 p. m. Similars: 8 to 11
m. Tolephone S10. P.O. Box 601.
ft. A. GORDON HODGIN?.!
KICB AND RESIDENCE, OEDGH
CO TAOK, cornor Hotol and Richards
rtnets. Offlco Hours: 9 to 11; 2 to
4, ' 8. Tolenhono HS3. 1245
JR. A. N. SINCLAIR,
KINO ST., NEXT OPERA HOUSE.
Hoars:. 9-10 a. m., 1-3 p. m., 7-8 p.m.
Jundays, 12-2 -p m.
3R. T0M1Z0 KfcTSUNUMA,
Skin Ih&caMiH of all kinds a spoeialty.
Office Room 11, Spreoklos Building.
Hours 9 to 4
Tolepbono 474. Residence tolopliono
DR. I. MORI,
136 Beretania street, between Emma
and Fort streets.
Telephone 277. P. O. Box 843.
Office Ho urn: H to 12 a. in. nnd 7 to 8
m.; Sundayg, t to 12 a. in. 1229
DR. T. MITAMUKA,
EsaltiDg Rooms. 427 Nanana Street.
Telephone 132. P. O. Box 842.
enldtree, 624 Nuuanu St.
Sours: 9 to 12 a. m. and 7 to 9 p. in.
mdays, 2 to fl p. in. 1212 Dm
Hawaiian Medicine Co.,
UNCOI.NBLOCK, KING S'IREET,'
(Up Stairs). !
THE BEST THING FOR THAT
COUGH is our Paukunu Cough Medicine.
fat sale by the Honolulu Drue Store, and
tar office. ,
NewlLovo'a Building, Fort Streot.
H4 FORT ST.,
-Near comer of Cupula Lwi
Cteanls r a4 Repairing at Short NoUca,
ml to tba Ut poaalbla atannar.
MERCHANT : TAILOR,
Clothes mado to order at a rcasonah'
foat., Clones doaned, ropalied Ma
djed. Flrit.plaiiHworkpuaranUd. P.
o. lax 280. Union ntwtft, He note,
3T, B la
Situated on tlio east sido of
KnliMJVnlloy. Tho view to
Pearl ilarbor is tlio best in
tho city or Honolulu. Tlio
soil is very deep; no stones
or roehs on tho place.
Water will bo laid bofore
purchasers aro ready to build"
A spaco will bo set apart,
iu memory of tho Princess
Kaiulani) for a park.
Tho lots Avill bo sold at tho
lowest, prices in tho market,
with which other real ostato
agents will not afford to com
pote Applications for lots will
bo received at our office, and
will bo given preference of
chosing lots in tho order thoy
For further particulars ap
10 WEST KING ST.
October 4tl, 1899. 1343
Hot Sellers '
Leave your order with the
iiao News Co., lid.
For Copies of the Dif
ferent Xmas Numbers of
The Illustrations this Year
will be Superb
Supply every variety of Cut Flowers and
Growing Plants. Sprays, Bouquets and
Funeral and Wedding Floral Designs sup
plied on short notice.
Office, corner Fort street and Chaplain
Lane, oppo" he Catholic Mission.
HC. Gk BIAJRT,
404 FORT STREET.
The latest designs in Bracelets,
Pins, Rings, &c, on hand or mad
to order. Stones of all kinds neatly
cut, polished and mounted.
UBNERS AND POLISHERS of all kind, of NaUn
Wcols. CALABASHES la stockan4to order,
j Yankee Gallantry
In the Philippines
A copy of tho Moulin paper Free
tlora of October C, gives nn interest'
Ing account of how if small detachment
of Troop A, Fourth Cavalry, under
command of Captain Cameron, cot out
of n very had hole. American valor
and the poor marksmanship of the In
surgents conspireil to savo tho lit
tle band from what, under ordinary
circumstances, would havo been Bhort
but wholesale slaughter.
Cnptnln Cameron and tils men were
out on a rcconnolterlng expedition In
tho vicinity of Santa Ana. Rlillng up
tho bed of an nrroyo thoy walked right
into n carefully prepared trap. They
found thcmaclvca surrounded by In
surgents, who wcro secreted in three
Prlvnto Rndollffo wns shot In tho
head und fell from his horso dead. For
a moment n panic seemed Inevitable.
Captain Cameron ordered his men to
dismount. Tho horses wero sent for
shelter around a bend, and with twen-
ty-llvo men Captain Cameron ndvanced
to within a few ynrds of tho hidden
trenches, which wcro by this time spit
ting fire and lead iu n very threatening
manner. Waving his sword, Cameron
ordered a charco and with n yell which
scared the Insurgents tho American
soldiers rushed on top of their hid
den foes, and within ten minutes from
tho tlmo of the first surprise had com
filctcly routed tho insurgents and taken
possession of their almost Impregna
During the light nu Insurgent ofllcer
fired four times point blank nt Corpor
al do Clalrmont. Tho corporal not on
ly avoided tho bullets, hut noslstcd Prl-
vato I.luderfelilt In capturing tho olll
Corporal do Clalrmont is a San Fran
Cisco boy, who entered tho nrmy ns a
prlvato last August with tho Inten
tion of earning a commission. Ho
comes naturally by his fighting In
stincts. He is n son of Colonel Ralph
do Clalrmont of this city, who has him
self taken part In many n wild chargo
and perilous sclgc.
ROOT POR VICE-PRESIDENT.
Washington, Nov. 1C. If Secretary
Root docs not secure tho nomination
at tho next Republican convention for
tho Vivo Presidency, It will not bo tho
fault of the administration. Ho Is tho
President's candidate, and every ef
fort of tho administration from now
on will bo mado to keep htm to tho
front as tho most available running
mato fur Mr. McKlnley. Mr. Root will
be given full swing in nil matters con
nected with tho War Department and
of tho conduct of tho war In tho Phil
ippines, and tho President is banking
on n brilliant record for him.
Tho Secretary Is taking extraordi
nary caro In the preparation of his an
nual report, and his ft lends In tho ad
ministration predict that is publica
tion will bring him more conspicuously
beforo tho public than ever ns a Vice
Presidential possibility. It will show,
they say, that ho has grasped linport
ant problems In connection with ter
ritorial possessions iu such n broad
and comprehensive manner as to make
him a conspicuous figure In national
Tho President hi nnxlous that ho
Ho as much ns possible, and It may bo
safely said that Mr. Root will ho his
companion, us ho has been In the past
few months, whenever ho makes a tour
to any part of tho country. He will
accompany the President In his con
templated tour to Nashville to wel-
I'oino the First Tennesseo Regiment
homo from tho Philippines. Other
trips ure contemplated in tho spring, so
that Mr. Root will have an opportunity
to coma In contact with tho people.
Administration authorities appear to
havo llttlo doubt that Root will have
tho support of the New York Relega
tion, notwithstanding tho reports that
a movement Is on foot to havo tho
New York delegates committed to Mr.
Woodruir. It Is known that tho Presi
dent und Senator Piatt havo discussed
Mr. Root as a Vlco Presidential pos
sibility, and ns a result it Is said tho
President has no misgivings ns to tho
Senator's attitude. In administration
circles Mr. Root is now tlio only ono
talked of as a Vlco Presidential candi
THE LAST OAR.
Tho last cars of tho King street line
going to Walklkl nnd Palama pass the
Anchor Saloon. The cleverest mixolo
gists In tho city nro thero alwaya to
put you up anything you may desire.
Drop in and tako a drop beforo you
take tho car. Tho celebrated Seattle
beer is to bo had hero on draught A
full lino ot liquors, including tho fa
mous Jcsso Moore Whiskey, etc., al
waya on hand. Received per Warrl
moo, Rtjnler Bock Beer on draught
The Anchor Saloon Is here to please IU
Horses clipped In a humnno manner
nt tho Club Stables.
GLEANED ABOARD COPTIC.
Tho O. &. O. S. S. Coptic, Plntlcr com
mander, nrrlved in port and hauled
alongsldo tlio Pacific Mall whorf nt
about C:30 o'clock this morning. Sho
was telephoned nt 2 o'clock and arriv
ed off tho harbor nt about 4. J"ho
largo number of Immigrants aboard
caused tho long delay outside, It being
necessary for Dr. Wood to examine
each ono very carefully. When tho
Coptic started In sho went about half
way to Diamond Head, cauulio; all
sorts of surmises by people on the
Tho Coptic made splendid lime, when
it is considered that sho left Yoko
hama over n day late. Her delay was
caused by n wait In Shanghai for tho
purpose of getting aboard a lot of raw
Among tho passengers for Honolulu
is Wm. Haywood, American Consul f
this port. Ho Is accompanied by Mrs.
Haywood who, with her two children,
will contlnuo In tho Coptic to San
Francisco, there to remain until hnr
husband lentns of the Intention of the
United States Government In regard to
his futuro movements. Mr. and Mrs.
Haywood and Mrs. II. H. Rcnjcs, who
also returned lnitho Coptic, havo been
doing Jnpan nnd China. All threo havo
enjoyed themselves Immcincly nnd re
turn to Honolulu In flna health and
Captain F. A. Blake, n brother of Sir
Henry Blake, Governor of Hongkong,
is also n passenger In tho Coptic. Cap
tain Blako comes to Honolulu to join
his wifo nnd to remain a week or so
beforo going on to tho Stntos nnd
thenco to England.
Miss Hnrrlet Lowers of tills city Is :t
through passenger to San Fiunclsco,
whenco sho goes to meet her parent?
and brother. Traveling In company
with 1 Miss Lowers is Miss Mclntyro.
Tho -two havo been traveling In tho
Mr. McCoy, n cousin of the Misses
Davison of Manon, who went to China
on business somo threo months ago,
Is now on Ills wny back to tho States.
Ho may remain here for n short time.
Major J. E. Sawyer, U. S. A., is an
ofllcer who has been fighting In tho
Philippines. Mr. Young Lock In n
Chlneso olllclal bound for the Legation
In Washington. Vlcomto I. d'EHoy Is
a Frenchman on his way homo after n
tour of tho world. O. 11. Klnswell Is
a wealthy miner from Austmlla. who
has been looking Into mtulu'i matters
In tho Far East and is now on his way
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, aio iicrcby notified
that tho hours for Irrigation purposes
nro from C to 8 o'clock n. rn. nnd from
I to C o'clock p. m.
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved by A. YOUNG,
Minister ot Interior.
Honolulu, Juno 14, ISO.
One 24x48 in. 3-Roi.ci
Sugar Mill, with Engine anr
ne 24x48 in. 2-Rolie
Sugar Mill, with Engine an.
These Mills are in first'
class condition and will I
sold separately, or as a t,
Roller Plant with cane arr
trash carriers complete.
WM. G.IRWIN & CO., Ltd.
NO'I ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
MESSRS. W. G. IRWIN & CO.. LTD..
have this day been appointed RESIDENT
AGENTS lor the Hawaiian IslanJs of the
following insurance companies:
ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY of
ALLIANCE ASSURANCE COMPANY
SCOTTISH UNION AND NATIONAL
INSURANCE COMPANY of EDIN
BURGH. ALLIANCE MARINE AND GENERAL
ASSURANCE COMPANY of LON
DON. MR. JOHN S. WALKER will contin
ue to be associated with the business of
tile above namej companies.
R. C. MEDCRAFT.
378-im General Agentand Attorney.
"Honolulu Snap Shots."
A handy souvenir of !J2 Views of
modern Honolulu, put up In envelope and
stamped, lo mall In any part of Postal
Union, for 50 ccntn. For sale at
Thrum's, Golden Rule Bazaar, Hawa'lan
New Co.'s, Woman's E.change, Hawai
ian Haaar, Le Munyon's, and Wall,
Nichols Co.'s, 1 384-tf
Incorporated Under tub Law j 1
lor tub Hawaiian Republic. 1
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
CitAs. M. Cookk, President.
V. O. Jones, Vlco-Prosldcut
O. H. Cooke, Cashier,
F. C. ATimnTOX, Assistant Cashier.
F. W. Macfarlane,
E. D. Tonnoy,
Solicits tho Accounts of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, and will
onrofully and promptly attend to all
buslnoss coniiectod with banking en
trusted to It. Soil and purchaso Foreign
Excbango, Isstio Lot tors of Credit.
SAVINGS DBPARTMENT !
Ordinary and Torm Doposlts received,
and Interest allowed in accordanco with
rules and conditions printed In Pass
books, copies of which may bo had upon
O. G. TKAPHAGUX
223 Merchant St., Honolulu,
Between Fort and Alakea,
Tklepiionr : : : 734
G. A. Howard, Jr. Robt.F. Train.
HOWARD & TEAIX,
Sulle , MoJel Dlwk. . HONOLULU, OAIIU, II. I
P. O. Oox 7o). Telephone 989.
H. L. KERR & CO .
Architects and Builders
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber anil Coal.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Quoon stroot, Honolulu.
F. W. THRUM,
itOOM NO. 10, SPRECKELS BLOCK
Plantation Work a Specialty.
JAMES T. TAXLOR,
M. Am. Soc. C. E.
800 Judd Block. Tolo. 633.
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting nnd Superlntendlnc
Electrical 0 Hydraulic
Eleetro-nydraullc Power TrniiBinhwlon
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . .
With Catton-Noll Co., Quoon streot.
Ortlco noxt to Fostofflce. 1223
Fop the Plumbing
On that new houeo that you nro
about to bnilri or tho alterations
you nro luteinling to mttkt on
your property. Call nnd soe rne
and got an estimate.
JAS. NOTT, Jr.
Practical Tinsmith nnd Pluruber.
Shop: Beretania street, 4 ilo.irii oast
of Punchbowl. P.'aono 844.
Hour. 7 a, m. to 5 p. in.
Jobbing promptly attended to'.
Spanton & Lund,
305 King St., near Alakea, Honolulu.
Tinting, Cralnlne, Glailng and Signs,
iljj Estlnwtt Clvtn.
The World Register
Keeps tho Cash whllo you aro busy,
Try one o
On Marble and Granite,
WORK. . . .
Fences and Lawn
Hhw'd Iron Fence ana Monumental Co.
41 King Street.
TO THOSE NEEDING SOIL AND
grading material, for sale cheap a large
quantity of good soil and filling, to be
taken from excavation of foundation for
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., new building
block to be erected on Queen and Haiekau
lia Streets. For terms apply to
Wm. 0. Irwin
fil&u? 0pnBckel0 uo.
San FrancUco AgenttTar. Nevada.
National Rank op San Fiuncisco.
San Fhancisco Tho Nevada JfatlonaV
Bank of San Francisco.
London Tho Union Rank of London,
New Yontc Arndrlcin Exchange Na
Ciiicaoc Morchanta National Bank.
Paius Credit Lyonnaio.
Tinnr.iv nramlnnr Itnnlr.
IIo.vxo.va and Yokohama Houkong A
uiiuiiKiui Daubing orporauoil.
New .EAtAND AND Australia Bank
of Now y.nnlntnl.
ViCToniA and Vancouver Bank o
liruisli North America.
Transact a General Mmg aidEiciiaiseEuliiesi
Depolsts Received. Loans mado on Ap
proved Security. Commercial and Traveler
Credlti i leaned. Bills of Exchange bought
COLHOTIOWS PnOHTTLT ACCQCKTaP FOB.
EffiBLQ & QQt
.. Snvtnr.. T 1. ... .
,"; f"i -fuiiKuis wm be
rece ved and interest Bllowed by this
Bank at .. 0...1 t..i l""'
.. u uuu-uaii per cont.
per annum. Tho torms, rolea and
regulations of the Hawaiian Postal Sav
ings Bank havo boon adoptod as far ns
r '"i. practl0"bIn, PP'y 'hem, and tie
Cash Roservo of 50.000 as required tin
dor tlio Postal Act wiUbo maintained
Printed cop os of tho Rules nnd Hog.
ulatloni may bo obtained on application.
Transact a Qonoral Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Troveler'j
Letters of Creditjssued, avail
iblo in all tho principal citien
f the world.
Interest allowed after July
1, 1898, on fixed, deposits 3
months 3 per cent., 6 months
-Jj per cent., 12 months 4
Pioneer Building and
Assets, Dee. 31, 1898, tllG,S03.3S
Money loaned on approved security.
montplan. " '""muly "M,,8-
Eighteenth Series of Stock i, n0w
wwron: : T V. Lansing, S.'b. Rose,
, .' iY',V r' A' w Keoch, J. o. Roth!
For further particulars apply to
A. V. GEAR, Secretary.
Cbamber of Commerce rooms. "
...., uuiim. i.a iran p. m
riJB Vohhana tag Bank
weserve t-und ..Yen 7,joo,coo
HEAD OFFICE. YOKOHAMA.
BRANCHES AND AGEN0IE8.
'h. pdonl Lyon9' New York,
n Fn-okoo. Shanghai.
Bombay, Hong Kozig. '
ti SK llyf and re.calTOS tor ooUeo-
t A"! " "ues uraita and
banking bun'eZ """" BWn
X al'A JS0!' !0' """. 4 ter cant a. a
INTEREST AttOWED- '
On Fld Dtpoilt (ori.nonu,., M p ct p. a.
He? Bepauic miaul, Hum st, hdmiih
The . . .
N , Company,
Cor. Alakea & Halekanwila Bts.
Has a large assortment o!
Constantly on hand,
, Estimates given for honse wlr-
k auu juiecinoai plants.
Marine Wiring a specialty,
;tU&M&Mbi,&AMLMi., . .,' Jj.vji..i. i-M .ft-