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EVENINQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU.' H. T., WKDNESDAY, OOT. 30. IDOL
Thump! Thump! Thump!
That's the way the headache feels
EASE QUIET REST
aa m .i u w
I LaaaaaaW?' MB
Contain no harmful substances of any kind. They are positively
helpful tu the nencsnnil system. Sold ty all druggists at 10c.
and 25c. a box ( four times as many In the 25c. t ox ) Avoid powders
put up in cachets (mads of paste) lecause Such covers wrp open,
spoiling the powder and when damp are wormy. Cesslers Magic
Headache Wafers are guaranteed to cure absolutely In 20 minutes, or
return partly used box to druggist ai.d hi will refund full amount.
POCKET A BOX.
MAX QESSLER, Ph. C, Milwaukee, Wli.
75 find 71) King Street
TELEPHONE NO. 31.
NOW Is tho time to get leaks and
breakages seen to, and your
Roofs Put in Order.
By competent vorknien.
The Plumber's Strike
li ever, and I am again prepared
to do Plumbing, Sewering and
Sheet Iron Vork as heretofore.
Estimates furnished... Work
manship ana material guaran
teed. das. Nott, Jr.,
Store, Bertanla Near Emma St.
Tel, White 3571.
SHEET METAL WORKS
H. W. BARTH.
GaJvanJted Iron Skylights anj Ventilator
Conductor Pice and Gutter Work.
eMaxS Street, be). Queen M Mercfcut ''enolutu.
Ji IE cjta&tly etttcdes t..
TU. VhIto li P. O. Rot 270.
Mice to Property Owners.
I have In my employ FOUR FIRST
CLASS HLUMBHiS from the Coast. I am
oow rtady to figur on your Work at the
lowest prices My men are Union Men. 1
Civt me a li al. I
C. II. BROWN, I
rtrrMorv Stablee. King St.
C. R. Hemenway
OFFICE 406 JUDO BUILDING.
TEL. 314 MAIN.
Albert R. Cunha
ATTORNtjy AT LAW.
808 Staniiemvald Building
W. Aistin Whiting,
W. J. Robiisoa,
Remf "td to Room 306, Judd Building
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
""flee Bethel St., Near the Postofflce.
iM- ' I
Mo - it ,
$ 1- tf-;i
ThM's-thewsiy the headache goes In 20 minutes
when Gessler's Magic Headache Wafers
are used. They send a -.ercKul mess
ace la the hot and fevered brow.
r Headache Wafers
do not simply relieve they cure.
"I hiv. been a terrlk rjfleM for yeire:
have tried every remedy on Ifle market ani
none tnat isil r romt I ins sure is rcun.
C"0. K. Seward, ropjU. Kll.
wnn suit Treasurer.
Surgeons, Hhyslclant and Dentists,
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
orricp. "aik, )3j
.. to 1. p.m :
TO J p. m.: to p. M.
5UMAYS i-e p. M.
Dr. Albert E. Nichols
1154 Alakea Street.
Ofllco Hours n
A. 0. WALL, D.D.S.
G. E. WALL, D.D.S.
Love Building, Fort Street
Hour. 9 to I. Telephone. 4
Miherlev 1ms remnvn.l 1,1. r.
flee from 70S Kort street to 313 Klni
street, next to Opera House. '
Hour 10 a. m. to 4 . m.
Tel. Blue 1261.
Office Tel. White 1371.
W. H. Jones
M.R.CV.S, M.V. M.A, ondon.
OFFICE Hotel Stablei
RESIDENCE "The California,"
ur. wm. u. Holers.
SUROtON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Noie and Throat Exclusively
REMOVED to new offlce. 1146 Ala
Itoa Street, opp. Hawaiian Hotel.
II n .- .n -. .
i.uura. 10 is, j to a:au, I to 8; Sud- ;
clays, 9 to 11. 1
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON SIDO , rORT STtELT
OVtR MAY 1 CO.
Hawaiian Bricks )
An article which has stood severe
tests, and which jii be furnished
as wanted, In good condition.
Sample can be seen
at the store of
Lewers & Cooke,
Sole Agents. A
,. J. WILLIAMS
- In Pntitcla
f Wntcr Colors
hp W H ki?'-'Jl,'IJ "' "W" to the public. On
-" IT fJlinCK i October Mb the oiiutullrm ri- c-l,
! yTv !
J find 4
I OIL P0KTKAIT8. k
PLAN OF THE TRUST
NOW MADE PUBLIC
Willett & Gray Circular Shows Hand
of Trust-Figures to Show That
People Will Benefit-Bankruptcy
New York. Oct. 21.- The niiiillillj-
tlon of the sugar erowlnir. Industry of
ji the whole country la threatened ly thu
Ameilo.in Siikui- HcflnlnK Company.
Not only Ii.'ik the nttark been miidu
dlrretl tiKiitnct the heet migur grow
em. mi Imlnslrj thut Ik thriving now In
thirteen tftiiti'H, hut the growers of su
gar r.iue In the South must fnee hauk-
, ruptey If the present schemes of tliu
sugar trust arc i.urlccl out. ,
1 The plan Is to abolish the pioteetlve
system, to admit sugar free of duty ami
to turn (hit to the mignr trust and Its
I associates the whole business of refin
ing and distributing sugar.
To lemove the duty on sugar, pro
tection that has Marled an Industry
which non supplies half, utnl In tlino
will supply the whole coiiiitrH de
mand, would enable the trust to iiusli
out comp'tltlon and put Into the pock
ets of Its owners the gi enter part of
the sums It now pays 011 duty to the
United .States Treasmy. The trust's
chsmpious estimate that the sum tu
lire rile to the people (the trust) would
0e moie man jss.uiki.imio cacti year,
land home Industry would be blotted
No eldeme that the annihilation o'f
the beet sugar Industry of the country
was threatened cainc to Unlit until to-
da, when u circular was published
hleh showed (ouelusliely that this
was the Trust's Idea. The elicular was
ItMit-il by Willett & flray, whose busl-
n'-ss ItVs to collect stutlstlcs of tho
sugar refining trade. This publication
j recommends the abolition of duties cm
all siiKur, anil makes special reference
to Cuba and the cost of sugar In Cuba.
I It was the pMieial opinion in the su-
, Bar trade that the abolition of the du-
jtles b) Coaisiess, where the Unlit will
I undoubtedly come, will make It Itn-
possible for farmers to grow migar
beets prolltably. The immediate eileit
1 would be to till n over to the 1 diners
of sugar the whole Industry, free from
the aKKiesslve competition of the
growers of sugar beets.
I he circular was considered one of
1 the boldest attempts ever made to
I prove by figures that the public, In
'ste.nl of the sugar trust, would savo
siw.W0.00u. Nothing Is said of the eer
taint) that tho beet suwir Industry
""""' "' Km"u- "' ""'I '"' S"K'ir. "
f1''1."1 "f "llly half "f ll l,ow "'"I a" ot
ll ,aU'r- "ould be Imported and that
''""u' lra(k'' "'"" lmiortn-
11011 unit rellulntt. would be tinned iner
to the trust.
The circular concludes as follows:
"ltemme the duty and the whole 1SI.-
centrlfusal suwir, KB ier cent test, free
mi ihmi'ii cjuu.i, was l.yi, cents per
iiuuuii, ami tne duty on the same
amounted to 1.3 cents per pound,
which is eiiulnleut to Mi per cent ud
Krom the circulars It will l, Kn..n
that biisar tu Cuba sold for about J.tfO
leuis a pound on October Sth. l'rlcts
, n?w "w luB',,b m rciuri1' T
lllnliiK. Including thu niarulii of nmnt
to the sUKar trust as tcstllk-d to be
fore the leKlslathu com ml t tee. Is half
u cent a pound, 'tills makes a total
or 1.H5 cents 11 iiuuuii. Iftit n ..
, . . . .
nners now, excent iihcrn iln.i,, U .,.,.,.
... . . " v . .......
pennon or Deet siiKur In thu .Middle
West, are chaiKliiir more than .-, ci-uu
BULLER IS REMOVED
London, Oct. I'i.-Slr UeiUeis llul-K'l-
lias beeu rellc-M-d or the comiuaud
or the First Army Corps In conso
quence or the speech he made Octo
ber lllth, arter the lunclieon Klven in
uir uyiiur oy mo miirh ltoal Itlfles.
clcalinR with his famous dispatch tu
(General White nt l.adjsmltli. Ilo has
been placed on hair pay. nnd Central
'trench has been appointed to succeed
I ," tbe Official announcement tho
'nr Ofllco saj-8 that the commander
In filler, "after full consideration or all
the circumstances nnd tl xplnna,-
'tions riirnished," leeommends thnt
'Ociu-nil lltiller bo lelleed, which lias
Tho appointment of (ieneral Krench
lis to take effect "when his services nto
I no longer reqiiln-cl In South Africa.'
I rendini! tienernl Vr..iw.h'u ....I , n..n
,. i nn.i ..i:. "..: - ;
-mi iimi -uru win coniinniHl at Alder
uhut. TO ANNEX CUBA
New York. Oct. 21. A i hI.i,. i n...
Sun from Havana says: A blir nuivik
ment Is on foot tnroughout the Island
in uik mieiesc oi annexation to tho
ui iieu ocaies. nig moetlugs aro to bo
held net wdi.U In ifv.,n o...i
, TJ . . ' ", OUIHIHKCI
and other cities, at which thu advan-
loKi-s oi aunexutiun will Ijh boldly pro
claimed. Prominent nierchauts of thu
Ibland, big sugar planters uud thou
bands of other leading citizens, who
"' uo political axes to grind nnd
have only the welfare or the Island at
heait. itn tint f,ir,.ni ti,,.i ,.........
of aunexatlou to tho United States as
me solution or tho problem or good
government for Cuba. Th belief Is
giuuiug thut by tho time IHed for sur
lenderlng thy Island tu Its proposed
Cuban rulers the majority of tho popu
lation will demand unuexutlon rather
than icsort to tho linceitalnty or to
Civil Service CommlHHloncr.
Washington, Oct. 21. It wus un
liouucec olliclally toduy that William
Dudley Foulkn, to whom tho I'resldent
on Suturduy last tendered a member
ship on the CUII Svrvtcu Commission,
lco Major John II. Harlow, resigned,
had accepted the appointment. Foulkn
will ctualiry and assume tho duties of
the office about thu 1st of Nov ember.
OFFICIAL BOARD TO
ARRIVE HERE SOON
Probably the First of Novembers
Will Mike Thorough Investiga
tion for Installation of
fian Francisco, Oct. 19. In the ap
pointing or n board of olticerH to pro
reed to the Hawaiian .stands to Belect
sites for fortification purposes, the
(loiernment is taking n most Impor-
tnnf atnn tn1n W V tll1.l.l.M..M
...... '.v" -vw. ... ... ,, niniijvi,
Artillery Corps, who Is the artillery
Inspector of the Department of Call
tornln; Colonel K. I.. II. Davis nnd
Cori, nho rue ho- on duty In San
j 1 tain ,rn ir. iinif i"fii ttppoinicu mr
fltftf H-rift nt.l t. ill 1nn.. I
i""1 ii. nnu mil it-Hir iirii" iur IIO"
nolnlu ton aril Hip end of tho rtionth.
1 in- jHiminr. nrr now imaiiy unrortincn,
ntltl In trWilt lonlnlml hnolllnn .. ..t.l 1..
- icomii 11 lFwril.11111 niHIIU I HI
nhsoIutoJy nt tho morry of n liostlle
iivfi. nif uuani win pian a nyfttctn
fif frirtlfW nttnnca ntilnflu f.t- tt.t it.u
I" """" .iiiT-iij iui ii-uii 11 ur
loi, uud tho work of building them
11 III I it) tl to na u.wtn - .M-4l--i.1.
' '-r'" nn mini, tin l (111 It'll III I'. fl
nny ponlblo ronfllrts of the futiint.
Honolulu will Im nn Important ntrato
irlc point, and It Is Important lor tho
I 'til furl Qfnfnu If !). 4. 1...I.1
. .... w 'ii r, i-in- niBUvn tu IIUH1
tl'l'mi ntlil-nrcnii tindtinstilMnst n fm-fiiip
l.... .... !. ...'. '
uiviii imi iiiui iin'j- mn iphihi any at
tnrk. Thn building of fortlflrntlons In
'a crj HRbnrnt' and rxponBlvo mat-
1 im- t r..H i... i..i 1 . 1 .
.t. .im-. nif iiiiiti huh iii'i'n PPircieu
and survpypil. the pnglncprs hulld cm-
tilrlfiitMinntu fun tlm I.I..1. ,......
ii-..viii-iiin i"i - iiisii'inirtcr K'lQS,
land wIipu thpt-c an complptpd tho
til if IVI , Mil Ml II I Ulf Kll III".
mi 11 1
Auburn. N. V., Oct. 22. t.eon F.
Crolsosz. the nssassln of President
MeKlnley. who Is auaitlni; electrocu
tion In tin- prison nero clurlnK the
week commencing next Mondav. fully
renllzliiK that his death le low n cpies
tfon of a few ilnvu Im. n.L'n.1 r..n i.
Ilital eonsolatlon. and this ntternoon
M-i-i-iveii a visu irom Kov. T. 8znrdln
sl;l, n I'ollsh irlest or the Itomnn Cath-oik-
CzoIkobz' reipiest ror a "priest or his
own nationality was macio known to
Warden Alende in the mornlnc. Knthor
.S7lirdinHtcL utw. tu ,aL.. ..i u ..
Islaus Cliuii-h, Hoehester. wns In this
i-iij, iiiei as usKeii ti, ihh thp pr8.
oner. This afternoon he went to tho
prison, and remained tin-ru nbout un
, The intenlew between the pi lest
...... .1.- iiupimht pmvi-ii vry nnsatls-
Tuctor to both. It took plnee In the
condemned man's cell, and the com or
satlon was canl.-d on In Polish. Dnr
Idk Dim Intenlew Czolitosz said that
he bad beer, baptized In tho Roman
Catholic faith in the I'ollsh Church In
Hetrolt. He had abandoned tho
church early In life, and naU loct all
(lllth In llS teae...iiKS.
Father Sardlnskl urped him to n
nounee his belief In anarchism and
return to the faith of his early vears.
CzolirciHZ deeluiiMl tilu Innl.lllt., '.. ....
.. -. . ..- .. ..... ...uMOtlJ iw W
bo. and he was informed that unless Iim
n-iiiii ine consolation or the church
would be dl'iiled him. The priest unf
ed the eomlemriHil mnn tn r.nBi,io thn
matter eurefully, nnd told him that If
ui any iime no cieclclecl to ro-ombracu
tin rulth ho c)iild return from bis
home in Hoehester and stay with him
until tin- end. I'utner Hznrdlnsk!, boron-
tukliiK his .departure, left with
Co1kosz some I Catholic- literaturu
printed In Polish and also homo cm-
IllC'lllS of till rtllirrh rvnlt-r,c Dec.n.
cil hutber Hzardfnskl mat in casa ho
detei mined to accept the offices of c
lliclon Im nouM send for him, but ho
did not hull out much hope that h
WOllld lentltmp. itu flfif.Irtnna nf nn.
Wllt'lll'II M.'f.ll. nil, I Cliiilnl..n.1..nl
ClllllltS. Ml flli.lr Plitlflirunfli It, All.nnf
yesterday, nnunted ull tho details ami
I1V...1 .t ... 1.. , t. . ..
..A,-,, niua iiiiise iu uo 1UI10U CO WH
Hess the execution. The law requires
that ln Itutlons bo btut out throe da)
In-fore tbe date of execution, and tho
law will he II wd up to In the present
WA8 GARFIELD'S PHY6UIAN.
Los Angeles, Oct. 22. I'erhaiiH tliu
most distinguished prisoner ever iu
tlu locol county jail Is Dr. It. II.
Churchill or Pasadena, who began to
day a fifteen days' sentence tor n-
grancy. For years Dr. Churchill was
the family phs!r!an oi the Int.) James
A. liavneld, and when Oultenu shut
the I'resldent Dr. Churchill hurried to
Washington to by at the bedside of bis
Drink is responsible ror his rail. Tho
doctor reels his position keenly, nnd
when ho gets out or cuttody he says
he Is going to try to bracci up. He Is
ii fine-looking old man, with nristociat
lo. features and u long gray beard. "I
huwt llvl In Pnsadcua for thuteen
years," sold he. "I hao uo rclatitc
Iu California. I was graduatyu frum
the Cincinnati .Medical College, nnd
then entered the Twenty-eighth Ohio
Volunteers as surgeon, serving thteo
years und eight months in thu Army,
1 was born and raised lu cio eland,
0 und lifter I lett the Army I practic
ed medicine there, and It was In that
city that I attended Mr. (lurtleld and
m . ei
Y. W. C. A. NOTES.
A children's class In gymnastics now
being organized by Miss l.lllau Daron
under the auspices of the V. W. 0. A.,
will meet Saturday morning next. A
pianist 1ms been engaged, It hiiung
been decided to hae thu work done to
tho accompaniment of music.
Miss Mury Elizabeth Lewis of Oahu
College, will give her lecture on "111
bl Story In the Early English Drama,"
at the Young Women's Christian As
sociation rtioms this afternoon at 4
o'clock. This will be the first of her
two lectures on Dlbllcul subjects.
The sewing class will meet Fildtiy
eenlng at the cottage of Mrs. Drown,
corner of Klnau and KnplolanI btreets,
WnntH More TroopH.
l-ondon. Oct. 22. The Dally Bxpress
learns thut Lonl Kitchener has wired
an urgent demand to the War Ofllco
for more ti allied mounted men.
A FREE TRIAL OF
The Citizen) of Honolulu Mny
Try COKE FRBC by
Ap)lyln(l at llobron
A FAIR OFFFR
The citizens of Honolulu nnd vi
cinity will have nn opportunity to
GIVE COKE DANDRUFF CURE
A FREE TRIAL
In order that the proprietors may
proe its Krent value.
Almost every mnn, woman, nnd child
has heard of Coko Daudiuff Cure,
those wlm novo used It swenr by it
PIIYHICIANS I'HBSCIUIJK It. barbers
leconimeud and uso it, nil first-class
drug stores and hnlr dressers usu and
A number of samples hnu been left
at llobron DniR Co.b Dhir Store, nnd
will bo Riven out to all troubled with
Dandruff or other hair or scalp tiouhle,
eommenelim' r'rldny morning nt S and
cmlltiK Saturday cvrnlnR nt ft.
Wm. O. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : : T. H.
San Francisco Agents Tho Ne
vada National Hank of San Francisco.
8an Francisco Tho Novada Na
tional Dank of San Francisco.
London Tho Union Dank ot Lon
I New York American Exchange Na
' f?hl,-9,.Afnf,1inita' KTntt..,.1 nnl.
Parli Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Drcsdncr Dank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hongkong-Shanghai
New Zealand and Australia Dank
of Now Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Dank of
Drltlsh North America.
I Deposits received. Loans mado on
I approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Dills ot Ex
'chango bought and sold.
I Collections 'Promptly Accounted For.
BISHOP & CO.
Transact a General Banking
i und Exchange Business.
j Commercial und Travelers'
j Letters of Credit issued, avnilahle
tin all tho principal cities of the
Interest, allowed after July 1,
' 1898, on fixed deposits 7 day
Inotico 2 per cent, (this form will
I t I S i 1 !i ... .
hoc uc-ur uuurusi unless ll remains
undisturbed for onq month), 3
months 3 per cent., C months 3 1-2
per cent, 12 months 4 per cent.
Pioneer Bnildiig and Loan
AS8ETS, JUNE So, 1S01, $80,043.37.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Dank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on tho monthly Install
Twenty-third Series of Sttyd; Is now
OFFICERS J. L. McLean, Presi
dent; A. A. Wilder, Vlco President;
O. IJ. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear,
DIRECTORS J. L. McLean. A.
A. wnucr, A. V. Gear. C. n. Gray.
J. D. Holt. A. W. Kccch. J. A. Lyle.
Jr., J. M. Little, U. S. Boyd.
A. V. GEAR.
Offlce Hours: 12:301:30 p. m.
BISHOP Sf CO."
Savings Deposits, will be
received and interest allowed by the
Dank at four and one-half per cent
Printed copies of tho Rules and Reg
ulations may be obtained on applica
tion. Office at bank building on Merchant
DISHOP & CO.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscilbed Capital.... Yen 24.000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 8.510,000
HEAD OFFICE. YOKOHAMA.
Thu Dank buys and receives for col
lection Hills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transacts a
general banking business.
On Fixed per cent
Deposit. Per annum.
For 12 months 4
For G mouths 3
For 3 months 3
Dianch ot tho Yokohama Speclo Dank.
New Republic Bid., Ill King Street
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Kooids
H. J. NOLTB.
WE TAKE PLEASURE
IN ANNOUNCING THAT
WE HAVE OPENED UP
A -FULLY -EQUIPPED
IN HONOLULU AND
INVITE YOUR ATTEN
TION TO THE FOL
LOWING: :': : : :
Ledger:;, Journals, Cash Books, etc., made with
Spring or Patent Backs, so as to have both pages
perfectly flat when opened. . . . Pay Roll Books,
Time Books, Sales Books, Books fpr Tabulation,
Order Books, Shipping BooksNote Books, Re
ceipt Books, Stock Books, Bank Books, Pass
Books, and any kind of Book you use, will be
promptly and carefully bound in any style de
sired, and by men who have had from fifteen to
twenty years experience in the best European
and American book binderies Magazines,
Newspapers, Novels, Periodicals and all old and
valuable works, such as Histories, Bibles, Scien
tific Books, etc., Bound with greatest care and
taste. . . . Reports, Statements, By-Laws, Pros
pectuses, and all kinds of Pamphlets printed and
covered with neatness and dispatch. ::::::
Special Ruling of tvery description, for all kinds of
blink book- and stationery. No matter how com
plex the ruling vou wish for your books, we have
the machines and workmen to Jo your woik as well
as It can be done In San Francl.co.
Perfcratlrg, numbering, blocking and genera
jobbing w orl; In paper anJ pasteboard. Fancy boxes,
paper decorations, fancy gilt be' el cards, mems, and
In fa.t, everything In thecarJ, paper and leather line
Pockttbotks. card cases, cigar cae, and every kind
of article de ired letterej and glided.
Vle.v album- tf .ill les anJ -tyles. Photo mounts,
Fancy ..ard c.ies. Fjncv cudo covers, etc
MAPS and CHARTS
Old ar.d new maps and charts lined and canvas
mounted for durability and preservation. Paste
board boxes for pigeon holes In shelving made In all
the litest styles.
Of every description at prices as low as gcod
work can be done for. . . . Bill heads, letter
heads, envelopes, circulars, dodgers, posters,
books, pamphlets and all kinds of commercial and
1 2 0 KINQ STREET, P. O. BOX 718
The tuflnfss of the HONOLULU
STOCK-YARDS CO. Is now helnt;
closed out and all stock Is ottered n,t
Tho, list comprises:
Carriage and Iluggy Horses.
Hack and Express Horses,
California and Hawaiian Mules.
nuggliM, Hacks, Surrles, Phaetons. I
Sets or Single and Douhlo Harness. '
Thes nie for sale at low rates. I
Call early at thu ttahles and tal;o
JAS. F. MORGAN. ,
C. A. RICE.
Mrs. H. H. Williams
Art EmbroUtry and Stamping.
Full line of Art Materials : : :
Art Embroidery Taught : :
xLove Building, Fort Street
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KONA LIVERY j
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. IIENRIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered for
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet tho S. S. Mauna Loa
t Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookena, where the steamer Is met
Set of 5 maps. ($2.00
60 CENTS EACH
On sale at office ot . . . .. J
THE . . .
' LAS , r
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