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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. L, SEPTEMBER 12, 1898.
I JUST ARRIVED :
2 Chamber Suites,
? Side Boards,
? Extension Tables,
Library $ Parlor Tables
ORDWAI & PORTER
"Waver ley Block
BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS.
CARTRIDGES TO MM !
Ami want yon to help burn thorn. If you havo not
got a rifle or sliot-un to hurn (honi in, we can furnish you
tho required articles in that line, also. Wo have a tine
stock of smokeless and hlack powder shot-gun cartridges;
also powder, shot, shells, wads, and loading tools for those
who wish to load their own ammunition.
Shot-guns, llilles, Revolvers, Air-guns, &c., fce.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Limited,
Corner Fort and Kino: Streets.
SOLID AX1) OUSIILOX,
Put on axy Wiiunii, axd Satisfaction CIitauaxti:i:i.
Full Line of Delivery Wagons and Other Vehicles.
SJ O JE3L XT OVE A. 1ST 1ST JS
Carriage and Harness Repository
Itinslnnd unk'iri promptly tilled.
OO XjIOOKTILrsr KIND. M
Best Bicycle for general use made in the United States.
See for yourself and be convinced.
I PEARSON &
312 FORT ST.
.Fom Hriiian', Aimvi: C'l.tn Ktaiii.kh.
In tho Stomach- Drondful Head
achos Fnco and Nock Covorod
With Oolls-Curod by Hood'sSar
sapnrllla Skin Is Now Cloar.
" I was covered w it h boll nl 1 over my faco
and neck. I had dreadful headaches nnd
pains In my stomach. I took medicines,
but was not much benefited, and I pro
cured six bottles of Hood's Sarsaparllla.
After taking tho first bottlo I could sco an
improvement. When 1 had taken ft few
moro bottles tho bolls had all gone, my
Bkln wbb clear, my appetite returned , and
my health was entirely restored. I am
thankful I ever found such a blood puri
fier as Hood's Sarsaparllla. I paid out a
good deal of money for useless medicines
boforo taking Hood's Sarsaparllla." W. P.
Hkckwitii, Hurlock, Maryland.
If you decide to try Hood's Sarsaparllla
do not bo Induced to buy any other.
HOOCl S parHIa
Is tho Host In fact tho Ono Truo Wood 1'url
flcr. Ho .nro to Ret Hood's, l'rlce $1, .lx fur $5.
Hnnrl'c Dlllc nrc ,lle ""h" I'Mls to tako
IIQOU S K11IS wlthllood-sSarsaiiarllla.
On mid after Monday, September 10,
ISiis, all local liiallt for tho Nlund of
Oaliu will eloto lit tliu (ieucrnl Post
OMloo ut l ii.iii. dully, Sundays ox
eeptod. .IOS. m. OAT,
lot I Postmaster Olonornl.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, uro hereby notl
floil that tln hours for Irrigation imr-
poses nro from (1 u 8 o'clock n. m. and
i nun i to n oenx'K p. in.
II. Holders of water nrlviloL'os on
tho (dope of Punchbowl above Green
street, anil In Xnuanii Valley above
School street are hereby notified Hint
they will not be restricted to the Irti
gntion Iioiiis of li to 8 a. in. nnd I to
0 p. in., nut will be allowed to Irrigate
whonovorsiilllelent water isnvallahlo,
provided that they do not ne the
watei for irrigation purposes for more
than four hours In every twenty-four.
Supl. Honolulu Waterworks.
Approved: .1. A. KINO,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, II. I., Kept. 7, 1SJS
A Small Cottage, or Two to Three
Unfurnished Hooins with Kltuhon on
or about September 11th. Address
"(I.," Jlri,M:ri.v Olllee. 101.1 2t
AUCTION SALE OF
Ilyordui of J. M. Dousott, iiihnlnistrn
tor of the estate of .1.1. Dov.Nct, I will
soil sit public nmtion,
X Largo Hawaiian Canoes.
I'm further particulars lnqulie of
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Iom-M'1,10,1 1 Auctioneer.
In the Circuit Court First
Circuit of the Hawaiian
In the Matter of the Bankruptcy of
Kate S. Treagloan.
UKtii rending and lilingtho Htltlon of
KATi: S. TKK.UII.OAN. of ll,,l,,i,,
alleging that moro than six months lmo
elapsed sliuo she was ndjudlcuod a
bankrupt, and pmylng for a dlscb.irgo
from all her debts.
It is ordered that MONDAY, Soptom
bor 2il, 18118, In Alllolmil Halo, Hono
lulu, at 10 a. in. of that day, Uiforo Mr.
t....i I. . ... .
"','i i urry, no mill mo Nllllo Islioroby
limolntoil for tbn lie. rl III- nf uil.l ..ml.
(lull, at which tillin lltlll nliu-n nil . .mill.
tors W'llO ll.lVn 111 111 ml llinli- ..In I. ....
against s.ilil bankrupt may appoar and
niiun lillinu, II liny moy n.i o, Wliy till)
prayer of salil bankrupt should not bo
Jly the Court:
J. A. THOMPSON,
Honolulu, Sopt. 0, 18US. 1012 2w
The I.uat Cur.
Tll( Inst Cars of tho Ktnrr nfror.t
linn yoiuy tu Wnikiki nntl 1'iilnmn
pitfB tlio Aiiobiir Saloon. The
cleverest mixoloyi-ta in tho city
sro thero hIwiivh tn nut v,,n ....
anythint' you may tlo-iio. Drop
iu uuii iuko n aiop hororoyou tnkt
tho cur. The celebrnted bentilo
beor ih to bo hail liorn on (lrttughi.
(V full lillO nf llnnnvj i.i.lii.li.w.
John Dnwar'a Scutch, O. P. .,
otc, always ou huud. Tho moat
I'xnottiij! ni.tl innoil (li'iuhinls can
l)U BatlHflcil. 'llltl A iinlii.r ..!,.,
is ht'io to pleaao its puirouB.
toraJJIthnat .Shipping New. s sotnth page
DIimiioiiiI Head Signal Station, Sept
12, 1 inn Weather lnuy, wind high
Weather Hnrcnu, Punnhoii, Sept 12.
TcniiH-iiittire Morning niiiiiniuni,
7.1. Mlildnv maximum. 83
llaromoter, U u in, ;i().09. Rainfall,
Suudnv, Sept 11.
Stmr W G Hall, Haglund, from
Stmr Xoenu, Gregory, from Ha
inaktia. Stmr .mines Makee, Tullel, from
Schr Concord, Harris, roniKaunn
kakal. StnirClaudlne, Cameron, from Ma
Saturday, Sent 10.
Stmr Mlkahala, Tlioinpson, for Ku
huipapa. Schr C S Holmes, Johnson, Tort
Towncnil. In hnllast.
O & O S S Ilelglc, Hinder, for Cliina
Sunday, Sent 11.
I SI'S Ailona, Uarnesoii, for Ma
nila. Monday, Sent 12.
Stmr J A Cummins, Searle, for
Stmr Jnnies Makee, Tullelt, for
Kapaa, at t p in.
Sunr Mlkahala, Tlionip"on; for Kl
latica, Kalihlwal and llaualel at 4
Stmr Keailhoii, Tlioinpson, for Lu
haluaat I l) in.
Stmr I.ehiia, Heiuiett, for Molokni
and I.uiml, ut 5 p m.
O S H Australia, Houdlotte, for San
l'Vauelsco at u p in.
VKSSl'.LS LEAVING TOMOltltOW.
Stinr Kliiau. Clarke, for usual Maul
ami Hawaii ports at Id u m. iivaumi
kakai and Lailpahoehoe, mull and pa
Stmr Walaleale, Moslier, for Kahu
hu and Piinaliiii at t) a in.
Stmr Nociill, Pcderseli, forMakawe
II at -1 p in.
Stmr W G Hull, Haglund, for all
Kauai port (Makaweli excepted) and
Xllliau at A p ni.
Stmr (Mainline, Cameron, for Maul
porls,ut o p in.
KKI'.VKX In this city, September
11, 18'JS, to the wife of Terence
Keeven, a daughter.
Another Memorial Framed.
Continued from First Page.
would otherwise, if proptrly tax
ed, cutupol thorn to divide, and sell
nnd thereby iucroneo, not only our
population of independent ctti
zone, hut also of tho Anglo-Saxon
race na well, na tho wonlili of tho
YhoreB8, tho younger genera
tion of Portuguese, of ootu eexca
raised nnd horn in thcee Islands
nro practically Americnus, not
only in soutimont, but iu tho com
maud of tho language nnd ways,
although tho facilities of free edu
cation nro so limited, notwith
standing our almost pei feet school
system, and consider Ih so 1A
ilieir permanent homo, moro so
now tint they nro a part of the
Ureat Republic of tho United
States of America; and
Whereas, tho colony's great
hopo was t boo Hawaii annexed
as a State nl tho Union as was ex
pressed to t iu nation through the
ilonorablo John T. Alorguu; aud
Whereas, it is atill its dosiro,
but iu default of it, itsnsks that
Hawaii bo mado at least a Terri
tory uuder similar conditions of
other Tonitories of tho United
Stutes of Amoricn, with a frun
chirio similar to tho ono onjoyed
by a lurtjo number of people of
Hawaii uuder the Constitution of
1887, considering itself outitled to
tho sumo privilego us othor Por
tuguese citizens aro entitled to iu
tho United Stutos of America, aud
tho citizens of that groat country
Tuorotoro, bo it resolved: by
tho Portuguese citizonf of Hono
lulu, in mass mooting assembled,
at Honolulu, representing the
Portuguese colouy iu tho liawai
lau lalauds in its entirety:
That it is tho colony's earnest
aud sincoro desire that Hawaii be
as a State of the Uniou, aud if
that be impracticable then at leust
as a l'orritory.
That the Honorablo Commis
sion appointed undor tho Now
lauds ItesolutioD do recommend
nuch a btep, taking into consider
atiou tho importance of tho Ial
uuilH to the United States:
That tho franchise enjoyed by
the people of Hawaii uudor tho
Constitution ot 1887 bo grnntod to
the peoplo uow residing hero or
who may come hoioaftor uudor
similar conditions aud with iden
That uoutitict lubor bo ontirely
abolished, at it u a system not
only fr'pugnauttofreo lusiitulious,
but as a well kuowu lact is cleiwly
iu coutiudictiou to tho principles
of tho American Constitution as
it t-timils today.
That iu cabo of tho annexation
of Hawiiii as a Territory, that Iho
Congress of tho Uuited States
protoct tho rights nnd privileges
of nil tho citizens of tho civilized
races now residing in tho Hawaii
an Islands or that may Inroaf oi
become such residents, by adopt
ing such laws as will: a. Estab
liflh nn equal taxation bo as to co
able tho people of small moans Jo
obtain farms according to their
dosiro: b. Establish freo schools
so us to enable tho middlo aud
poorer classes to givo their chil
dron a highor education than they
aro able to do at prosout: c. That
all laws and regulations that raiij
from timo to tiino bo adopted by
the United States iu regard to
Asiatics bo carried into effect also
in tho Territory of Hawaii:
d. That tho pro8ont Judiciary
System of tho Hawaiian Island be
continued as for as practicable, so
as to onable tho poorer classes to
havo thoir litigation settled by the
Local Courts of Justico without
tho necessity of appeal to auy
Court outside of tho Territory:
e. That tho Asiatics residing in
tho country at the date of tho
transfer of tho Hawaiian sov
eroiguty to tho United Statea bo
not disturbed; but bo allowed to
hold tho samo privileges as any
other Asiatic residents of the
United Stutos: f. That tho pro
sont Hospital Tax bo either
abolished or dedicated to the uso
of hospitals only in which free
medical treatment aud maintenance
is provided for the sick poor of nil
residents irrespective of uatiouali
tv or croed.
That a copy of thoso Resolutions
bo prosonted to tho Honorablo
Commission appointed by tho
President of tho United States
uuder tho Nowlands Resolution
ami now in session at Honolulu.
I do horeby certify that tho
above is a truo aud correct copy
of tho Resolutions unanimously
adopted at a Mass Meeting of tho
Portuguese Colony hold at Hono
lulu, on tho 12th da" of Scptem
ber, A. D. 181)8.
Datsd at Honolulu, September
J. A. M. Osoitio,
So far, tho following named
havo booked to sail ou the Aus
tralia this afternoon:
J V Todd, A S Lo Baron Gur
uoy and wife, Thomas Ryau, A Z
Meinert, J R Meyer, H L McNnir,
Mrs Roth aud 2 childron, H Nap
penbach, Lt C E Hunt, A Muckil
lop, 0 M Cooko, Jr, Paul P Do La
Vergno, P A Sehuofer, tho Mi3so
Roth, Mjss Schaefer, Miss Robert
sow, Miss A Jones, S Ehrlich,
John Buckloy, 0 J McCarthy,
Mies E MoKnight, J L Tobiu,
Win A Houahnll, Lieut David
Terry, Lieut Goo E Wallace, E '1
Dully, wife aud child, E D Van
Couit, O D Noble, J P Jaeok, R P
Lango, Mr and Mrs Goo MoLeod;
Mids E G Muuson, Mrs A Barnes,
Miss H W Kimball, Miss D O
Kimball, Miss Horrick, Miss Lew
is, Lieut Graves, Lieut Bennett,
W P Dillingham, Mrs Ivors, Miss
Puller, Mrs. Irwin and daughter,
P M Staikey, BRBanniug, Mr
Rous. 0 A Arnholt. P H Ghsb
away, Miss Hogg, Miss Harlaud,
Mrs Rix, Master Rix, E M Wal
luco, Gouoral Morriam, Miss Car
tor. Uril Cram Hall.
Tho ladies of tho Red Cross
Sooiety who havo cuurp,o of tho
arrangements for tho ball iu Pro
gress Hall tonight havo mot with
all kinda of encouragement nnd
promise a uno social ovont.
Tickets have sold rapidly.
Progress hall is an oxcollent
placo for a dance. The Hawaiian
band will furnish music for the
Honolulu Messougor Service do
livers messngos and packages
American Messenger Sorvice,
Masonic Temple. Telephone
If you want a nico Rubber tiro
hack with a caroful driver ring up
Club Stnblo Hack Stand Tel. 31!,
and wo guarantee you will bo
Ailoso rosombliuieo to lloor,
I'rom Kentish Hop. NON-AI.COIIOI.IC.
" An admirable Imitation." London
HAWAIIAN SODA WOHKN.
Telephone 0U2. 101 1
Power of Atorney.
From and after this date James
White is authorized to collect all ac
counts due the Club Stables, Ltd.
O. II. DHLIilNA,
Honolulu, Sept. 12, lS'js. 1014
Took it as a Child: Now gives
it to her own Children.
Mn Milicl Illinium nt llrhliann, (Juoonv
IniuMmtiiil Hip follow Iuk iniiiiualiiiiilinoit
ilcllKlitful i'xietli'iico t
'Trnm Infancy I m wcnknml ilcllrnto
nml crew In lo ntiyllilng but a robiWt chlM.
I sullcr ci I from debility, no iippollti', nml
tlio nia.it rniiHuqiicnco of such tiimplaliiti.
Hut my inrenti hearing ot tho health restor
ing properties ot
procured wmn for me nnd I nm happy to-ny
jh it aftrr li.nltit; lakeo two In.ltlis I riTtlnnl
health, lcnr nml trnnil ntmptlli. nml linvn lint
been trnulilril ecr since. I nm now married,
li aon family nf my own, nm mill strong nml
rn, mm enii rccoiniiinin ir .ut i Mr-
ip irlll.v n a gnnd f.iii'l iiiiiIpih "
I'nr rnnaUliilllnll tnke Ilr Atir'alMTU T'
1 rumplly rpilpve mnl finljr rnr1 T'k. tl.ni
llh l)r. AjTir'n Sir.iipiirllln inv ul.l- tin oilur.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.,
Solo Aitonts for tbn Hoiuibllc of Ihnvnll.
Hawaiian Opera House.
Thursday and Saturday Evenings
and Saturday MATINEE.
riHST : Al'I'HAHAXCi: : OI'
Rosa's American Comcili' Co.
In J. K. Font's Laughable
U AND I
As played over live years in the Unit- '
ed States, Kngland ami Australia.
Songs, Dances, Medleys, iuartetts
and Irving Emery's eeleirated
Illustrated Songs and
War Pictures !
Reserved seats on sale at Wall,
Nlehols it Co.'s. 1014
A meeting of tho members of tlio Ha
waiian National League "III bo held at
tlio l.i w ollleij of Sam K. Ka-no, Lsij., at
T'M) o'clock p. in., TO-DAY, Sopiombor
12th, 180S. All nioiubers nnd others nro
invited to nttoiid.
STEAMSHIP "CITY OF COLUMBIA."
Thlsstoanior will s.dl I'OU SLATl'LE.
filling nt llilo, on
WEDNESDAY, tho Mth iuBtant,
at 1 p. m. l'nsuongeis will arrive at
llilo ou tlio morning nf tlio IMIi instant,
mid hao an opportunity of visiting tho
Volcano, as tlio steauior will remain at
llilo until the o onlng of tlio tilth Inst.
For freight and passigo apply to
TIILO. II. DAVI1CSA CO., Ltd.,
till l-2t Agents.
Card of Thanks.
The family of the late Aiitonu Itosa
wishes to thauU the Kindly and
sympathetic friends who did so much
ill the hour of ben avemont. 101 1
A eoltago i ml lining lln rooms uuil
part of a lionn,ltuatod eornor of Adams
Lano and I nlou stioet. Apply nt llnl-
lutiu ollko. lull-tf
V. Fernandez Is aiitlioiiod to eollcct
bills aud omlomo drafts ami eliueks for
tho L oning lliilletiu.
IIULLiri'IN l'UllLHIUNO COMPANY.
Geo. L. Dull tlienroliileut leaves
in tho Australia for n visit of five ,
weekd to tho uiainlniul. llo Ima 1
unt been out of tho islands for v
moro than uiuHtpon yours