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EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SEPTEMBER 8, 1898
Library Parlor Tables
? Chairs, Etc.
ORDWAY A POSTER
m "Waverley Bloolc
W BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS.
CARTRIDGES TO BURN !
And want you to help burn thorn. If you havo not
got :i riflo or shot-guii to burn thoin in, wo can furnish you
tho required articles in that line, also. We havo a lino
stock of snioheless anil black powder shot-gun cartridges ;
lso powdor, shot, shells, wads, and loading tools for those
who wish to load their own anirtiunition.
Shot-guns, ltiiies, Revolvers, Air-guns, &c, &o.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Limited,
Corner "Fort and Kino; Streets.
SOLID AND CUSHION,
JPUT ON ANY WllKKIi, AXI) SATISFACTION GUAKANTKKI).
Full Line of Delivery Wagons and Other Vehicles.
js o c xj imc a. axr xr ss
Carriage and Harness Repository
jgrlshmil ordors promptly HI led.
GO LIGHTLY KHSTID.
Best Bicyc'k fpr general use made in the United States.
See for yourself and be convinced.
PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 FORT ST.
.FoilT HTUKKT, AllOVi: Cl.Ull StAIII.KH.
Wlao men uso tho exporlonco ot others
and moko It their own.
Thoso who havo taken Hood's Ssrsnpa
rllln are tho ones who aro competent to
speak of Its merits.
Tho testimonials ot cures by Hood's
constltuto vast masB ol testimony which
proves tha power of this modlclno to euro
a great variety of diseases.
Thcso cures often seem marvelous, yet
they aro perfectly natural and aro easily
explained. They aro tho necessary result
of purifying and enriching tho blood.
"I have been troublod with scrofula all
my life, and It effected my eyes bo that I
was obliged to remain iu a dark room. I
began taking Hood's Sarsaparllla. Now
my eyes are so strong that tho light never
troubles me, and my health la good."
Mns. Carrih Weeks, Lompoc, Cal.
Is tho Ono True Blood Turlfler. Prlco f 1.
HnnH': PHIc "7 to take, easy to bur,
11UUU i fIIK ... to onrat. ISv
easy to operate. S5c.
Department of Public In
struction. Ti:ndi:ks kok School Huii.iiinu.
Sealed tenders for the construction
of u two-story, twelve-room, brick
school building In Honolulu will be
received at tho office of the under
signed In tlio Executive Hulldlnguntll
12 o'clock noon on Thursday, Septem
Plans and speelllpatlons can bo seen
nt Iho olllco of Messrs. Ripley &
I'.ncn mil must ic accompanied by n
certllled check for live per cent of the
estimated cost of lititltll hi;.
The Minister docs not bind himself
to accept tho low-cut or any bid.
(Signed) H KXU V K. COOPEK,
Minister of Public Instruction.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby noti
fied that tho hours for Irrigation pur
poses nro from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m. and
from 1 to 0 o'clock p. in.
II. Holders of water privileges on
tho slopes of Punchbowl above Qreen
street, and hi Nutiunu Valley above
School street aro hereby notified that
they will not be restricted to tho Irri
gation hours of 0 to H a. m. and 4 to
H I), in., out will ho allowed to Irrigate
whenoversulllclent water Isnvnllablo,
provided that they do not use the
wut i1 1 for irrigation purposes for more
tliuii four hours In every twenty-four.
Hupl. Honolulu Waterworks.
Approved: J. A. KING,
Miuistor of Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., .Sept. 7, 18
Night School Notice.
Tlio Honolulu Night School will opon
for tho Kali Turin at tho Port slroet
school building on Mond.iy ovon
ing, Soptomlior 12th, at Si:V13N
o'clock. Tho regular Missions of tho
school will 1h) from so von tool no o'clock,
oory o oning except Saturdays, Sun-
ilnys nun legal Holidays.
Ily onli-r of tho Dortmunt of Public
Instruction. C. T. HODOT.ItS,
WO'I :it Secretary.
Annual Ghampionsliip Races,
SEPT. 10, 1898,
Pearl Harbor Course.
First Itaco Four-oared Sholl, Senior
hoconu llaco l-our-oarou blioll, .Ju
niors. lliiuiw will start nt -1 n. in., aftor the
arrival of sucouJ train.
'I rains will lcavo Honolulu ilotiot at
l:l.r) and : 1 : 1 r , and return Immediately
after the racos. Itound trip- tlckots, 75
cents. H. VI P. TAYLOH.
Notice to Creditors,
Tho undersigned having boon duly
appointed oxoeutorof tliu liiHt will and
tostamout of Aswan, docoased, lafo of
Honolulu, notice is horoby glvon to all
persons having claims against said os-
tato, to proxoni uioir claims duly authen
tlcatou Willi proper voucliors, lr any
oxlst, ovou It tho claim is secured by
mortgago upon roal ostato or othorwlso,
at tho olllco of tho umlorslguod on Nuu
aim strout bolng tho olllco forme y oc
cupied by said Aswan, vlthlr six
months from tho date hereof orn thoy
will bo forover barrod. And all po rsolis
lndolitod to said ostato aro horoby ro
quostod to mako Inuiioillato pavmont
Uiorooi to llio unuursigiicd at ills salu
olllco. HOW TING,
Kxocutor of tho last Will ot swan.
Dated Honolulu, Aug. 21, 1808.
au 24, ai-s7-14
Tor adJItlonat Shipping News see seventh page.
Diamond Head Signal Stntlon, Sopt
8V 1 pm Weather hazy, wlinl fresh
Wednesday, Sept 7.
Stmr Wnlaleole, Mosher, from Oa-
Stmr J A Cummins, Searle, from
Thursday, Sept 8.
Stmr James Makee, Tullet, from
OSS Australia, Houdlcttc, from
Thursday, Sept 8.
Stmr Maul, Kreeman, for Hawaii
StmrNocau, Gregory, forllonokaa
Stmr James Makee, Tullett, for
Knpaa, at 4 p m.
Stmr Kauai, Urulm, for Makawell
and Klccle at 4 p in.
Am bgtne John D Snreckels, Chris
tiansen, for San Francisco.
Stmr Walalcale, Moshcr, for La
halim and Kaauapiill at 4 p m.
VE88EL8 LEAVINa TOMORIIOW.
Stmr Mauna Lou, Sliuersoii,for La
halna, Maaliica, Kona and Kuu at 10
From San Francisco, per U 8 8
Australia, Sopt 8 Miss Bills,
Brothor Charles, Brother Theo
dore, Mrs H M Davis, Miss L
Diiucnti, 0 Ecolos, Id U uarston,
Mrs Mary Gunn, Mies Edua Gunn,
Miss Cora Hannegliam, L Ilarris,
Mr J A Hopppr and child, Mies
Juliot M King, E Kramer, 0 A
Knudsen, Mrs Thos Patton and
infant, Miss Petersen, Henry
Smith and wife, Dr J W Todd,
Mrs H H Williams.
From Kauai ports, por stmr
James Mhkco, Sopt 8 Mr and
Mrs W II Rice and family, Miss
Johnson, Miss Irwin, Mies Quiun,
C M Cooko Jr, Col Do La Vorgno,
W G Smith, Ah Kwai and 8 on
From Kapaa, por stmr James
Mnko, Sopt 8 311 bags sugar
for 0 Browor & Co, 150 bags rice,
From Oahu ports, por stmr
Wainleale, Sept 8134 baps rice,
G7 bags bran and 13 bdls hides.
AXDEHSOX At Kealia, Kauai, on
tho 5th lust, to the wife of John
Anderson, engineer Makee Sugar
Co., a daughter.
TINKEH In this city September 7,
1693, to the wife of Joseph Tinker,
Dreyfus Revision Inevitable.
London, August 31. All the
newspaper comments in London,
Borlin, Vionna and elsowhero ro
gard a revision of the Dreyfus
case as now inevitable.
Dewey' Hequest for Nlilps.
Now York, Aug. 29. A special
to tho Sun from Washington says:
Assistant Soci-tary of tho Navy
Allen today d clined to discusB
Dewoy's request for an increaso of
tho stroncih of his fleet by tho ad
dition of a battle ship and an
armored cruiser and would not
say whether or not tho request
bad been received. Ho did say
that no ordors had been issued for
the dispatch of any additional
vessels to Manila.
Saiitiauo, Aug. 30,Gonoral
Lawton, commander in tho pro
vince of Santiago, receivod ad
vices from most roliablo sources
this morning that the Cuban
Government had relieved Major
General Galixto Garcia fiom com
mand of tho Cuban troops in tho
eastern part of tho island. It ib
understood that ho will bo sue
ceegod by Goral Lacrot.
Hotel llnd Concert.
Tho band will play tho follow
ing musio at tho Hawaiian hotel
this ovoning, beginning at tho
Overture: Masuuiello Auber
Chorus: Tannhauser Wagner
Grand Selection: JSorma lieinni
Solo and Chorus: . I Lovo Somebody
Just Like you
Miss Auulo Kanoho.
Comet Solo: Roiiiembraneo of Llb-
Mr. Charles Kreuter.
Selection: Elzira Vordl
Waltz: Lovo's Old Sweet Song...
Murch: Uncle Sam GoldmnltU
Tho Star Spangled Banner.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
W. G. Smith of Kauai is regis
orcd at tho Hawaiian hotel.
Tho Australia will loavo Mon
day, Sopt. 12, at C o'clock p. m.
Henry Vierra has aonoto Laha-
ina to havo a look at tho racing
An order has been given the O.
it. & L. Co.'s carshops for 25 cars
for tho Honolulu Sugar Co.
Judge Early of Arizona, who ar
rived in tho Mariposa, thinks tho
Hawaiian climato all right.
Among tho arrivals on tho
James Makeo this morning wero
the tollowinc: Mr ana Mrs W i
Ilice, O M Cooko Jr and Col Do
Tho last of the expeditionary
soldiers in tho Queen's hospital
was transferred to tho Unitod
Statoo Army hospital day boforo
yestorday. It was Sergeant Hat
cher. A drawing of thestoro and office
building to bo orectod by Sam. C.
Allen, at King and Alakoa streets,
by Mr. Trophagon tho architect,
is shown in tho Hawaiian JNews
Co. window. It is of a handsomo
thrco story block.
No word haB boon received
from Ernest G. Thrum by his
family, although tho Panama
stoamor had arrived two days bo
foro thedopartureof tho Australia.
He was a passsngor in tho ship
Konilworth, put into Valparaiso
burning a fow weeks ago.
Tho Arizona has not haulod
alongside yet.Sho will not get away
as she is to toko on eight or nine
hundred tons of coal yet. Captain
Messor of tho Scandia says ho
will get out by Sunday. No addi
tional ordors woro rocoived by tho
Australia for either vessel.
At thrco o'clock this morning
tho inmates of the Mills Academy
were startled by tho crj' of firo and
great oxcitemont provailed. The
tire was in a kitchon in tho rear of
tho building and threatened to be
come serious. Mr. Schroder of tho
Mechanic's Home organized a
"buoket-brigado" and tho incident
was soon pan.
Captain Houdlotto of the Aus
tralia was asked why ho did not
invest in a fow hundred thousand
cigars on speculation whon ho was
at Manila. "I could ouly man
ago to got 5000 for myself through
hard work," ho answered. Tho
captain had to work it a round
about way through oOicors of
British warships that had the
privilego of getting in to tbo in
Charles Clark, tho attornoy, has
been a residbnt of Honolulu for
ono year and his growing practice
attests his popularity and ability.
Mr. Clark camo bore from Now
Jorsoy. Ho was admitted to tho
bar in .New xork, whicu is far
more rigorous in its examination
of candidates for tho bar than
another state in tho Union. Ho
has figured in national politics
and came to Honolulu on tho ac
count of his wifo's health.
SI. Paul Arrived.
Manila, August 31. Tho trans
port St. Paul arrived today.
General Merritt's last order be
fore ho sailod commonds tho gal
lantry of tho troops in action and
montions tho Oalifornian soldiers.
Under American or Hnanlsli FIbbs.
London, St ptember 1. Tho
Manila correspondent of thoTimos
telegraphing Wednesday says:
Pursuant to the decision of tho
Washington Cabinot regarding
trado with Spanish ports in the
Philippines Goneial Otis, Jwho is
now noting Governor of Manila,
communicated on tho subject with
tho Spanish Gonoral, Bios, now
acting Governor-General of tho
Spauuh possessions in the Philip
pines, who replied today from
Iloilo, agrooing to pormit com
mercial vessels to entor ports in
tho archipelago under Spanish or
Arrangements havo boon mado
to facihtato bona fido transfers of
vessels to individuals locally en
titled under tho Consular regula
tions to carry tho American oolors.
A special mooting of tho Shareholders
of tho i'lonoor Mill Co, Ltd., will bo hold
at tho olllco of H. Hackfold A Co. Ltd.,
at 10 a, m. on September 10, 1893.
II. A. ISKNilKKO,
Honolulu, Sept. 8, 1898. 10U-2t
When tho children get their feet wot and
take cold give them a hot foot-bath, a bowl
of hot drink, a dose-of AVer's Cherry Pecto
ral, and put them to bed. The chances are
they will be all right In the morning. Continue
tho Cherry Pectoral a few days, until all
cough has disappeared.
Old coughs are also cured; we mean the
coughsof bronchitis, weak throats and irrita
ble lungs. Even the hard coughs of consump
tion are always made easy and sometlnta
cured by tho continued use of
Your own doctor will explain this to yo
Ho knows that wild cherry bark Is the best
remedy known to medical scienco for sooth
ing and healing inflamed throats and lunga.
You may rely upon Ayer's Cherry Pectoral to
stop your cough.
Mewar of wnrthlrii Imitation.. The nun
Aycr Clirrrr 1'ertorM U blown in thei(et
each bottle, rut up la twoilxei.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.,
Solo Agonts for tho Itopublio of Hawaii.
Counsellor at Law.
121 Merchant Strcot (upstairs),
Honolulu, H. I.
DR. C. L. GARVIN
Olllco: 5)7 Kimi Stiii.i.t, near Punch-
(ml, Honolulu, 11. I.
TKMII'HOXi: No. IIS
Hours: 8::10 to 11 a. m.j :i too p. in.;
7 to 8 p. in.
O. R. & L. CO.
At Pearl Harbor,
Saturday, Sept. 10th.
8. Trains will Ioaio Honolulu at
IMS p. in. and :i:15 p. m.
Excursion Tickets, 75 c.
N. II. Tho Itcuulnr Train ScIipiIiiIpiI
to leao Honolulu at 0:10 p. in. will not
leave until aftor the arrhnl of train from
tho boat racos. '. C. SMITH.
O. 1'. A T. A.
GEAE, LAHSING kW.,
210 KiNa Street.
Stock and IlontN bought and wild under
tho rules and In tho board
rooms of tho
Honolulu Stock Exchange
PER 8. S. AUSTRALIA,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor
Till: HAWAIIAN tMIAPTnt OK
Tin: snvsni."i'ni' nifntn.v .......
OLUTION will observe tho Aiiiilvorxary
of ''Pony's Victory" uf Septenibor 10,
.u.w, .,, Miuuimn in mo residence or
Mr. A. !'. .Tllllll. I'r.iulilnuf .... C... .!....
Soptoinbor 10, at 7:J0 p. m.
inning uoiiipauioM are lnvitod to
bo presont. 1010-31
Poriiiaiicnt board and rooms for ono
or two gentlomoii. May also mako ar
rangements for uso of piano. Addrosa
1011-lw Caro Hullotln Olllco.
up Boat Races
House and Lot at Waiklkl, in roar of I
Jainos Cimplioll'M rosldonco. Kolital?30 I
por month. Enqulro of
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