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HAWAIIAN STAR, WEDNES1MV, JIA 17, 1809.
6. G. TRAFHAGEXT,
223 MERCHANT ST., HONOLULU.
Between Fort and Alakca.
TEACHER OF PIANOFORTE.
rliUlS. 1IORTON, Tcnchcr of Artistic
Piano Playing, will receive Pupils at
I her residence, Queen Hotel Cottage,
Nuuanu Avenue. Terms moderate.
Special attention given to adult
DR. A. C, WALL, OR, 0, E, WALL,
I 33 1ST TIS1 S.
OFFICE HOURS, 8 a,
m. to 4 p. m.
Or. A. N. Sinclair.
l Klnc St., Next to the Opera House.
9 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3 p.
m.; 7 to 8 p. m.
Sundays: 12 to 2 p. m.
Dll. GEO. J. AUGUlt
Homeooatliic Practitioner and Surgeon,
Special Attention Given'-to Chrunlc
Diseases. Oiflcc and Residence, Bere-
tanla street, nearly opposite the Meth
Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. m.: 3 to 4
n. m.: 7 to n. m.: Sundays, 9:30 to
10:30 a. m. Telephone 733.
DR. W. E. TAYLOR.
Office and Residence, corner Richards
and Beretanla Streets.
Office Hours: 10 to 4 o'clock and ev
enings. Telephone 517.
DR. WALTER HOFFMANN.
Beretanla St. opposite Hawaiian Hotel.
Office Hours: 8 to 10 a. in.; 1 to 3 p.
m.; 7 to 8 p. m.
Sundays: 8 to 11 a. m.
Tel. 510. P. O. Box 501.
DR. A. C. POSEY
Eye, Ear, Noso & Throat Discuses
to S p. in.
8 (o 12 a. in.. 1 to 4 mid
F. M. BROOKS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
HONOLULU, H. I.
(Over Fairchild's Shoe Store.)
T. niTAHURA, fl. D.
)l Consulting Rooms, 427 Xuuuuii .Street
Residence, 524 Nuuanu Street.
Cottage Hospital, 530 Nuuanu Street.
Hours: 9 to 12 a. m. and G to 8 p. in.
Sundays, 2 to G p. m.
GUY F. MAYDWELL,
Attorney and Coun
sellor at Law.
L. C. ABLES,
REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL AGENT
315 FORT STREET,
M. S. GRIN3AUM & CO.
Commission Merchants and Importers
. of General Merchandise.
San Francisco Office, 215 Front Street.
Editable Life Assurance Society
OF THE UNITED STATES.
BRUCE CART WRIGHT,
General Manager for Hawaiian Islands
M. PHILLIPS & CO.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers of
AMERICAN & EUROPEAN DRY GOODS.
Corner of Fort and Queen Sts.
M. W. McGhcsney & Sons.
Wholesale Grocers and Dealers
Leather und Shoo Findings.
Agents Honolulu Soap Works Com
pany and Honolulu Tannery.
J. S. WALKER
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands:
Royal Insurance Company.
Alliance Assurance Company.
Alliance Marino and General Assur
Wilhelmn of Madgeburg Insurance
Scottish Union and National Insup
ROOM 12 SFRECKELS' 11LOCK,
HONOLULU, II. 1.
P. H. BTTRTSTETTE,
Will Buy and Sell on Commission
Stocks, Bonds, Real Estate, Etc.
P. O. Box 02.
639 KING STREET.
ID DOLE S 01
TELLS OP LIKE
1 IK FORE Tin:
Interesting lliippeiiings In And Out
of Camp Red Cross XurteH Were
Alfred Dole wrote two very inter
esting letters to ids uncle, President
Dole, prior to hostilities with the Fili
pinos. As the letters since the war be
gan have already been published the
following will fill a gap to tiiose who
have rend the others, he says:
About .1 o'clock January il, we wore
ordered to pacli up everything and be
ready to go on board ship at 11 next
morning, it was rumored that we
were going to sail for the southern
part of the irroiii) under' sealed orders.
At 11 next morning our baggage had
not gone on board for some reason or
other, so our company did not move.
At 2 in the afternoon I got a pass and
went to the Red Cross hospital to say
"Hood-bye" to Frank vorbusier. At 3
1 was hack at the cnrtel but. 110 orders
came to move, although all our bag
gage including our cots was piled on
the river bank. That night 1 had the
pleasure of sleeping on the soft side
of a teak-wood lloor. At last our or
ders came to nioe at 11 in the morn
ing of the 4th. We went on board 11
big easeo with F Company and were
towed out to the Unit us, one of the
live steamers which were to take us
to our destination. After going on
board we lined up on one side of the
steamer and dropped our knapsacks.
As there seemed to be 110 especial
place to go to 1 sat down on my knap
sack and read a novel, 'the "Cloister
and the Hearth." Late in the after
noon we were given a place on the
deck below to put 'our knapsacks,
haversacks, canteens, riiles and belts,
but it was as hot as a furnace room
and we could not possibly think of
sleeping there. We had our first meal
on board the second that day, about
.', o'clock. While we were on the llru
tus we were fed by the steamship
company, and the food was by far the
best we'hao hud since I have been in
the service. When I got ready to sleep
that night 1 limited all over the ship
to find four square feet of deck to live
on: lailiiur in this I crawled over the
side into a easeo filled with' quarter
master's stores anil curled upon a
three, bv four shoe ease, .lust as 1
was comfortably settled the head of
the niitbe fiuni v which occupied the
bow of the boat, which was their
lioine as well as their means of liveli
hood, discovered me anil ollered me a
couple of bananas which I gladly ac
cepted. Having eaten these I again
sought repose on my shoe-case, but
before five minutes hud passed the na
tive came niruin and invited me in to
dinner with the family. I accepted
and we all sat down, Hawaiian fash
ion. around n bowl of rice and a plate
of fish, which simple meal I enjoyed
heartily, lm afraid I didn t hold up
111 v end of the conversation very well
as I sneak neither Spanish nor Tagalo
but whenever P was up a stump I
would nod my head and look wise,
which served the purpose to a certain
extent. After a lu'ilf hour's visit with
my dark skinned friends I again turn
ed in and slept oil' and on until first
call ih the morning.
There were four companies on the
Brutus besides the quartermaster's
department, commissary department,
hospital corps, band and the colonel
and his stall". The latter is not very
lirrge but it takes up a lot of room for
its size. As a result of all this a per
son eoudn't turn around twice any
where without bumping into two or
three of his neighbors. The second
niirht 1 slept on the hurricane deck
with my feet hanging over the side. J
About l in the morning it began to
rain, so I went below and got my pon
cho, but the rain stopped before 1 got
back. The third night I slept on a
hutch tin the lower deck. On the
fourth night my bed was on the hur
ricane deck again, and the fifth and
last night on board found lue on the
hurricane deck again, but on the
other side of the .ship. To 'tell the
truth I didn't find the deck especially
soft in any of these spots.
On Sunday, .fanuary 8, the last full
day on board, IC Company was vaccin
ated again, as there hail been an in
crease in the eases of small pox among
the soldiers ashore. On Mdnday the
regiment was suddenly called ashore
as there was danger of trouble with
the insurgents. Its a mystery to me
why we ever went on board. Nobody
really seemed to know what we were
there for. Up to the present time the
(regiment has been confined in bar
racks, ready to he called out at an in
stant's notice. Only five men were
allowed passes from a company at a
time. At. present the trouble seems
to have blown over, and this is the
only regiment which is still confined
in quarters. On Tuesday the 10th I
went on guard and hud the pleasure
of looking after five and twenty sol
diers in all stages of drunkenness. One
of my own guard got full, and before
1 got through with him 1 had to run
hi 111 in also. In the middle of the
afternoon a iriiiiril was sent down to
iu (ien. Anderson's hcadoiiartcrs. and- 1
was relieved from the prison guard
and given that. I tried to sleep on a
six-ineli bench by the gate, but be
fore morning 1 had nearly froen stiff.
As I had to wake up every two hours
to post the new relief 1 didn't get
much sleep during the night. About
noon there was a call to uniis, but a
few minutes later it was discovered
that the scare was caused by a drunk
en soldier shooting a dog, and the re
giment was dismissed. On Thursday
night at K o'clock, K and II companies
went out on outpost duty south of
1'iico. We were about two hundred
yards from the insurgent lines. 1
managed to get several hours sleep
during the night, which made up
somewhat for ni, lack of sleep the
night before. At '.V o'clock next morn
ing wc inarched back to Manila.
Last Sunday my left arm became
red and swollen all around my vaccin
ation and a red welt ran around to the
under side of my arm, so I was afraid
1 had become poisoned, but when I
went to the doctor oil Monday lie said
that it had taken well mid had it nan
daged, but there was nothing the mat
ter with it. Monday afternoon I got
a pass and went to see Frank. He Is
much better nnd walked out to tltc
head of the stairs to meet' me. It was
the first time I'd seen him out of bed
for over three months. In the even
ing I drilled for the first time this
venr. Today our cots came ashore ami
tonight will be the first time I've -dopt
In bed since limitary .
.lanuiiry 22. Hot sleepy so didn'l
finish tills letter last Tuesday. As no
mail has gone since then It unices no
difference. Nothing lias happened
tills last eek. We arc still contlacd
In barracks. I've been on guard once,
been across the river onqe wli'eli is
town, and am today in charge of quar
ters; same old monotonous round; no
change, no excitement. Our chests
are still on the llrtttus so I'll have to
borrow an envelope to send this in.
I have bought paper and stamps since
cqming ashore. Robert Dodge of the
2nd Oregons who is sick at the hospi
tal on Corrigedor Is. got a letter from
Walter while back and sent it to un
to read. 1 forgot to say that we had
two female Red Cross nurses on the
Itrutus. and they were a nuisance in
that we were not allowed to go swim
ming over the side. 1 managed to get
a bath one (lay muter an improvised
shower bath consisting of a hose and
a cracker can which we rigged up in
the bow. There Is a rumor about that
we L'o home within sixty days, but
that especial rumor has been floating
about ever since we nrsi iiuuicti 111
HAD HIM SOLID.
Husband (at the breakfast table)
'Oh, for some of the biscuits my moth
er useu 10 maKQ! wnc (.sweeny;
'I'm sorry you haven t got them, dear.
Thy would be just stale enough by this
time to go well with mat remai n.
The band will give a concert at
Thomas square this evening. Following
is the program:
Overture The King's Lieutenant. .Fltl
Chorus Tannhauser Wagner
Selection Rose of Castile Balte
(a) Malkal Walplo. Maul 1 ka OI . .
Miss J. Kelilaa.
(b) Poll Pumehana. Malu 1 ka A'o..
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Cornet Solo The First Kiss. . .Neumaii
Selection Pirates of Penzance
Gavotte May Time Fetras
Waltz 1001 Nights Strauss
The Star Spangled Banner.
KEKAPLUOLl' At Honolulu, May 10,
1890, Chlefess Aukea Kehauluolu. llrst
cousin of Lunalilo, at her residence.
Punchbowl street, at 5 o'clock p. in.
The funeral will take place this after
noon at 4 o'clock, from the residence.
When the nerves become Irritated
or exhausted and the brain Is weak
ened by overwork, loss of sleep, or
wprry and care, such troubles as
sick headache, loss of appetite, llatu
lency, irritability, are sure to follow.
Dr. Miles' Nervine Is the best of all
nerve foods and tonics for restoring
the lost appetite, strengthening the
weakened nerve tissues and .building
up the worn out brain cells. "I have
used Dr. Miles' Nervine together with
Dr. Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills for
Indigestion, dyspepsia and loss of
sleep nnd have received great benefit.
In fact. I consider these remdlej the
best preparation for building up the
run down system that I have ever
tried." G. A. BOSWELL,
All druggists are authorized to sell
Dr. Miles' Nervine on a guarantee that
first bottle will benefit or money will
be refunded. Be sure and get Dr.
Miles' Nervine. Take nothing else.
Write us about your troubles and ail
ments and we will glvu you, absolutely
free of charge, the honest advice of a
trained specialist. Booklet on heart
and nerves sent free. Address
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
Everyone who has ever
done any work in Photog
raphy will appreciate the
many advantages obtained by
using a Camera made by the
Reichenbach, Morey & Will
Co. The Alta Camera has
no equal for simplicity, dura
bility and cheapness. We
guarantee them. Prices run
from 15 upward.
We are agents for the East
man Kodak Co. and carry a
complete lino of goods manu
factured by them.
Our developing and print
ing department is in charge of
a first class operator, who will
explain to our patrons how to
handle any article used in
Wo can save you annoyance
to us for
it you will come
wanted in connection with tho
Art of Photography.
All goods will be found as
11 Dl M.
THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE BANK
Subscribed Capital Ten 12,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 10,500,000
Reserve Fund Yen 7.300,000
HEAD OFFICEi, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCHES AND AGENCIES.
Kobe. London. Lyons. New York.
San Francisco. Shanghai.
Transact a General Banking and Ex
Agency Yokohama Specie Bank.
On fixed deposits for 12 monts, 4 pet
cent per annum.
On fixed deposits fpr G months, 314 per
cent per annum.
On nxed deposits for 3 months, 3 per
cent per annum.
Interest Allowed by the Head Ofilce
On current deposits, 4 per ci?nt per
On fixed deposits for 12 months, 6 per
cent per annum.
Hew Repulilic Building., Honolola H I,
BISHOP & Co.,
TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING
AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS.
COMMERCIAL AND TRAVELERS'
LETTERS OF CREDIT ISSUED,
AVAILABLE IN ALL THE
PRINCIPAL CITIES OF
INTEREST allowed on fixed depos
its: Three months, 3 per cent; six
months, 3 per cent; twelve months, 4
CLAUS SPRECKELS. WM. G. IRWIN.
Clans Spreckels & Co.
JLi "V f I-C EKS
Francisco Agents The
Bank of San Francisco.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON
SAN FRANCISCO The Nevada Bank 1
of San Francisco. 1
LONDON The Union Bank of London,
NEW YORK American Exchange Na
CHICAGO Merchants' National Bank.
PARIS Comptolr National d'Escomp
te de Paris.
BERLIN Dresden Bank.
HONGKONG AND YOKOHAMA The
Hongkong and Shanghai Banking
NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA
Bank of New Zealand.
VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER Bank
of British North America.
TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING
AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS.
Deposits Received. Loans Made on
Approved Security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills of Ex
change Bought and Sold.
JUDD BUILDING, FORT ST.
corporated Under the Laws of the ,
Republic of Hawaii.
CAPITAL, - - - - $400,000.00
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
Chas. M. Cooke President
J. B. Atherton Vice President
C. H. Cooke Cashier
F. C. Atherton Secretary
Directors Henry Waterhouse. Tom
May, F. W. Macfarlane, E. D. Tenney,
J. A. McCandless.
Solicits tho Accounts of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, and will
promptly and carefully attend to all
all business connected with banking
entrusted to it. Sell and Purchase For
eign Exchange, Issue Letters of Credit.
Ordinary and Term Deposits received
and Interest allowed In accordance
with rules and conditions printed In
pass booki copies if which may be had
BISHOP & GO.
Until further notice, Savings Depos
its will be received and Interest allow
ed by this Bank at four and one-half
per cent per annum. The terms, rules
ind regulations of the Hawaiian Pos
tal Savings Ban'.: will be adopted as
far as It is practicable to apply them,
ind the Cash Reserve of $50,000 as re
lulred under the Po3ial Act will be
Printed copies of the Rules and Reg
ilatlons may be obtained on applica
tion. BISHOP & CO.
C, BREWER & CO,, LI D
Qaemi SI., Honolulu, H. I.
liuw.iilun Agricultural Co., Onomea
Subui Co., Honomu Sugar Co., Wai
lull u KuKin C '., Wailu'C fiugar Co.
Malice Supiftr Co., HaloaUala liarcli
Co., Kupupalu Ranch.
l'lanteip' l.ineHai. FrnnoiBOo I'ucUoUi.
Ciias. lirewet Sr. Co.'b Lino nf IttMtnm
Aiiontt Roston Board of Undenvritcri-i-Agentf
I'hilailulrbi Roarrt of Under.
List or Oi'kickk-
V. C, Jonkh I'reaiiii'ii,
Quo. H. Roukiitson Mnunijer
ft. F. UiBnoP TrcoB. nnd Becj.
Cou. W. F. Alijsn Auriltm
C. M. Cookr )
FI. Waikbhoub.. V . Direetf.r
Geo. R. Oahtbb.... )
Beer just to
for sale by
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE
Importers aud Wholesale
'sssrv msrf Jy "one of
d$Wj&QK 1 has uver come
American, Havana and Manila Oigars
from all the high class factories of the United States.
Pipes and Smokers' Articles,
CORNER OF FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS, HONOLULU.
Applications will be received at the office of Brace
Waring & Co., for the purchase of lots on
situated on the magnificent hillside between Nuuanu and
Pauoa Yalleys and commanding a superb, marine and scenic
view stretching from Diamond Head over Punchbowl to the .
Waianae range of mountains.
A broad winding boulevard giving access to the property
is now in course of construction and choice lots of sufficient
area for magnificent homesteads will soon be available.
On tho Nuuanu side of the hill is a Pali protecting it from
the high winds and heavj1, showers of Nuuanu Valley, en
suring a salubrious climate.
The elevation of the property is from 150 to 750 feet
above sea level.
Applications will be numbered and filed and choice will
be allotted according to the number of tho application.
Only $1,000 for a lot' 100x200 feet. Terms Eas'.
7 nnd 8, Progress Block.
Roolclng Ola ill I'm,
400 NUUANU ST.
H. E. cSMTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AN 1) DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FOltT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods received by every la eket from the Eastern States nnd Eu
rope. Fresh California Produce by every steamer. All orders faithfully
attended to nnd goods delivered to nny jinrt of the city free of charge.
Islund orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Vostoilice Rox No. 145.
Dads of this famous
"Tobacco's a musician,
And in n pipe dellghteth;
It descends In it cloud
Through the organs of the noao
With a relish that inviteth.'
Dr., Holiday (1621).
the divlncst benefit tkt
to the human race."
and Retail Dealers in
Two doors above llereluiiln Street
tor tlao !Sctrk.ltOLXluxxx
& Co. U'ri