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?"V" "pi np.y '.yv y ' ty ii,ii' -m 1 1"1 T'W W'l'WfWt "t'tg'""' THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. L, SEPTEMBER 21, 1898 t.Ttnr .ciaiiv"q wwnrnrwi aanaa. jhubm ", i "'"'- mrmvMvmrrrmvm DRNITURE! f 1 f JUST ARRIVED: J I Chamber Suites, J I Chiffonieres, t I Wardrobes, J I Side Boards, I China Closets, Extension Tables, ? T41xTTlT)nTi1rtvifirinWoci 7 ? ? ? iilUl tfJ. y ! r V Chairs. ffflHWAV j A ? ? vlll II A 1 Waverley Blools. y BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS. W ? ???w?m:?????????????w WE HAVE GARTRIOeES TO BURU ! And want you to help burn tliciu. If you have not got a rillo or .shot-gun to burn tbcin in, wo can furnish you iho required articles in t hut lino, also. Wo hsivo a lino atook of smokeless and black powder shot-gun cartridges ; also powder, shot, shells, wads, and loading tools for those who wish to load their own ammunition. Shot-guns, Rifles, Revolvers, Air-guns, &, fcc. 1. 0. HALL k SON, Limited, Corner Porfc and "Kino: Streets. SC ECU 3VE A. IDJ JS Carriage and Harness Repository IfeBTTslniiil orders promptly IHleil. OO LIGHTLY KIND. Imperial Wheels! Best Bicycle for general use made in the United States. See for yourself and be convinced. PEARSON & HOB RON, Agts I 312 FORT ST. J f ? f t dd. iui lauira 9 Etc, ? ? ? ? x Our Solid RUBBER TIRES Arc unequalled for resilience uml durability. AVc utilize ull the latest Improvements, besides spu clul devices of our own. Kndless wires located within tho rulilieriit high IuiihIoii securely hold the rub bur In tho channel. PORTER .Fokt fTitni:T, aiiovi: Cr.un Staw.ks. li Teleihore 565. We Know By Experience Wlao men uso tho oxperionco of others and mako It their own. Thoso who have taken Hood's Sarsnpa rltla aro tho ones who ciro competent to speak ot its merits. Tho testimonials o( cures by Hood's constltuto a vast mass ot testimony which proves the power of this mcdlclno to euro B great variety of diseases. Thcso cures often seem marvelous, yet they aro perfectly natural and aro easily explained. They are tho necessary result of purifying and enriching tho blood. " I havo been troubled with scrofula all my life, and It cllectcd my eyes so that I was obliged to remain In a dark room. 1 began taking Hood's Sarsaparllla. Now my eyes aro bo strong that tho light never troubles mo, and my health Is good." inns. UAitntn weeks, Lompoc, Cal. HOOCt S partita Is tho Ono Truo Blood Purifier. Prlco fl HnnrP5 Pillc casJrtok."7tobny. iiuuu a l-ms easy to operate. !Sc. WANTS. y ANTI.I) -Fitly liral-tlaa WAITERS on U- - i'kijai rettteen t in nnj i p m. Ar n. Arplt In o . 86 Kin j w iiai'.mv, union lixpiesi Co 1VANTI Ji-To rti'ianc n nice: loi In Ojld.inl ' CHil mii. lor J lot hei. ur for miar M.sk AJJreM , llullelln office. tji-it ' ANTI.D-Sever.il JCWCLCRS.atoncf Ste.iU work Workmen broucht up here prelerre.1 ii-lf II F. WICllMAN I70R ;Lr-"Ai" KhUr"jrv I llai Krn in ue about m)car. uprlj")! flan. par. tjt.o im pr..emenis Cost $4W In New 1 oik. Must It v.i i mmed aMy on aciounl nt Jeparturr nf owner. Am rcavmaNe nil. r nol rtfusrJ AaJress "Plan. ' Hourm Ol iojjmI w ANTLI). To nnl three or lour unfurnMuJ In In? room In irooJ ncltFiborhoJ. Aim u .m huise ol 8 to nroomi. AJJre A. II, C, llullvtin um iojo.jt T AN ri I) Experienced llookkeeper and Cash er ' Arply MinncMlary. experience. anJ age In cnnfiJenceto KLTAIL ' lljlletln office. ion OKCER OF COUKT. IIahaiian Island, ) .ANI OI' OAllf. IIo.NOI.fUI ) Isl To tho Marshal of the Ilawnllnn M .tluN or his Drpuly: lireotliiK: Where is n libel has been tiled in tile Circuit Court of tho Klr.-t Circuit in Admiralty, by II II Colegrovo, of hiimI Honolulu, against the Aiuerlean steiini wliip "City of Cohiinliiii," her tueklo, engines, builors mid nppurelo, th" xuid vessel now being In tho port of Hono lulu, Island of O.ihu, mill uitliln the jiirNdietloii of this Hononihlo Court, mid npilnst nil person Intervened for til 'lr interests therein, In eauso of con tntet o vll mid iiiaritiiuo for breach of an agreement as set out in the libel on til In this Court and for tho recovery ot damages for breach of sild contract and agreement and praying for nn attach inent to l-siio against tho add steamship "City of Columbia," her tackles, en Minos, liollers and appirels, and that a Judgment may bo entered ini-1 decree in.ulo ror tlio sum of Two Tlioiis.ind Dollars and costs for tho breach of said contract and agreement. Now, therefore, you aro hereby com manded to attach tho mid steamship "City of Columbia" her tackle, engines, boiler and apparel and detain tho same In your custody and until tho further order of this Court resecting the same by implication daily until the return (lav as provided by tho Statute, and to give notice liercol to all persons In general who havo or iiretend to havo anv rluht. title or interest In tho wild steamship or property to no nnti apeur lieroro the uurt, on SATURDAY, the Sltliiliiynf opiomner, A. II inhs, nt 111 o'clock in tho forenoon, nt tho Judiciary llulldiug, at Honolulu, thou and there tu show canso If any thoy havo why tho prayer of Haiti libel or process as prayed for should not bo granted and what you shall tlo In tho premises do you thou and there mako return thereof togothor witli this writ. Witness tho Ilonorablo A. l'orry, Klrst Jiulgo of tho Circuit Court of tho First Circuit at Honolulu, II I , Ibis 14th day of September, A I) 1893. (Slg ) P. DANSON KKI.M3T, Jit , Clerk. Notice. In pursuance of tho within Order of Court, tho Steamship "City of Colum bia," togothor with her tackle, engine, boiler and apparel, has been attached, uml all porsons interested in the above proceedings aro boreby untitled to bo and appear bufoio the Circuit Court of tho First Circuit,. Iiidlclnry iluildlng, mi tho 21th tlayof September, A 1) ih'JS, at 10 o'clock In tho forenoon of said day, to show cause, If any they hao,hy the prayer of tho above stated libel should not bo grunted according to the Lawn and Statute in such t-aso made ami pro vided, A M IIUOWN, Marshal, Republic of Hawaii. Honolulu, Oahti, Septombor U, 'H9S If you Wllut ll IUCO Itulihei tilt nnck with ii careful driver ring up (Jlul) Stable Hack btnud IV I. U1D. iiid wo guarantee you will lit miisfii'il. Magnetic Healing. ESTHER DYE, Of Los Angeles, Cal., has located In Honolulu, on Fort ntreot, opposite the "Klro llniiHu." Diseases diagnosed. N't) questions asked ; no medicine. v'oiisiultalloii free. A brief history of ancient uml modern healing given to callers, or sunt free to any address. 1020 FOR GOLD IN PHILIPPINES. Continued from first iiugo. S75 to $100 tho CO lb. suck nnil nil i her ni'cesFnrit'H corre-p mditig'y high. I olToioil .'!. CO tr n tn nl hut ctilil not pot it. Of the C00O population, in t Im oily on my nrii il, about 750 tm k wlvautnpjo of the fro ziti", over of tho rivoi, sbout four tluys later, and started ilnwu the rivor, on t-h rt allow ance of food, for Fort Yukon, a distance of U80 union, 40 tmlod within Tin: aiictio chicle, to procure food supplies nt th A. 0. eV N. A. T. Co 's stores or itches. Tin st) depots of supplies urt f i t ii t tt'd at Fort Yukon, tin hiijliept point of naviuntioii except for email trading boats, irame I'.tdy iiftT the lir-akniir up of ico on the river. About 750 more -in ted out by ay of Lukes L" Bsrge, Bennett and Lind-riiiau. Innco over the pass to Dvn. Vb'mt 400 of the stmnpedo to Fort itikiu returned to JJwhou Ct'y. ho trip havii g occupi-d abom ' ur mtnliH. llu-y lnul t-ulToioil vi" o'y fitmi c ild ou tlio f-M) I was eo intonBO, tho thrrinomoter qiioutly rt-gittennjj 00 tteg lie ow zero. "Dawsin City is of log cabins, l! daueing hulls, 1 g t-nlnons, io f'rtsliiuntii rootiH and uaiiibliiiL l-'iis isalooiiH supply diinks a ")0 c Jits a plass, mid gills fio ju-nilyget half to tin ounce of J!uld from BOMi: LUCKY IJIflOEH 'or a fow feci'iids' wal'z around tiie danuiti( hall. "A. tr n )j;ol.lQflil. Eldorul. 're-k, about ihroe miles Ion.', it. h- liebo-it plnzi cro-k I have eve scon, and Bonauzi, Dtniiiuinn, Siilpliui and Umkor uieek-i wo i ,'ood, anil thjeo with some benul. .round on li lUiitizi and Eldoindo iv. re hll the j ayuble gounds dis O'vored up to my tii pirturo on Auu-iist 3 last. All ftivorubl gr uuds woro poguod out when 1 reached the Holds and enough mot ero thoro to work them, and ut 'H thing payable hud sinu. be discovered, and tho population had iucreueod before I left to GO, 000, a OltAVE AND 8EUI0U8 PHOIJLEM faced mtiuy etrong and couragcou lolluws who lnuilcd there with uoihiug but a wiiliugncbS to labor and a hpa of obtaining work at bit.' pay in iho Golds. "Mauy experienced miners took in thn situation at once, saw the ditlicully of prospecting and the itlinost certain lutlure m shtyiiig, and disposing of their outfits and prt.vicionB for auj thing they Aould fetch, made their eecupe while thoy had moans to do it with. TnitJ bus had the effect of rtducing tho piic s of oultits and provieions, and waues havo come dowu from S1G to $4 a day owing to increased labor supply. "It i- rt hard country, (ho hard est to pr spect I have evor struck aud, an au exporieuced minor ac custoii ed to tho hardbhipd of a mitioi's lifo, and having alwayb gono with THE EXCITEMENT that follows now gold discoveries, I know what I'm taikiug about. 'Yes, I mado some money at the Ileitis. 1 cleared a little above espouses about S17C0. How ' 1 prospected all winter and peg ged out two claims that I aflei ward sold. "No; I did not got any gold out of thorn. My locations woro con sidered moderately favorable aud found puicbtisers, but what 1 earned was far too little to induce mo to stay iu so unitiv ting u country, aud I shall use every elloi t to porsuade men from goiugthero, WASTING TIME AND MONEY, incurring untold hardships and risking health, whore the clinnoes re thousands to one against them Aud should you know of auyono who may bo tliiuking of going to tho Yukon, out of kindness and the- purest of good feeling, toll him for mo to kt-op uwuy. "lheeo iiulds are all plazt. No ledgeB or rcofs havo been dis covered thore. "What was the cenetal stato ol health when you left ?" "A few ca80s of scurvy was about all the sickness. "Iho breaking up of tho ico on tho Yukon whs ono of tho most impres-ivo S'ghts 1 ever saw. It ook place very suddenly aud wa all over within a couple of hours." "Aro you on your way now to Homn new gohltioltls ?" "No. 1 iu going to tho Philip pine Islands, to l'ltOSl'EOT FOlt aOLD under tho more favorablo laws of the United States which I pre sume and h ipo will, iu tho vor near future, obaiu thore, au" uhore I th ill have a tjlorabh c'ltimto. "Iho Spiuiih mining laws haw not b'Oti favorablo to miners iu the Fhilippiues, or I should havt gono ih -ro from New Guinea bo fore I heurd of tho Yuk m." Mr. MicliHol is highly intolli uetit nutl companionable and n fow very ploasaut and iutorostiui hours were speut in his compain by the mutual friond who has fsvoied the Bulletin with tho fiicgning account of his cuuvcr sation. Fought Id Manila Trenches. Continued from llrst pago. bHmboo thicket leavini.', accordiui. to the estitnute of tho British O.ju sul, 250 dead iu tho clearing. "Iho poor marksmanship ot I Ii Spaniards ro-ultetl in the killing f three of the Nebraska Voluii I r.ns tli.y weio com i ni: iIoh tlio road. Tho oueray invariwbli -I ot high. 'I' hud one mnn killed. A .Mauser bulb t hit the ramrod ol 'us gun which pointed above tin roich. This licochettetl one blew tho wholo sido of his head off." Mr. Leah has in his possession a Manila watch trkeu from a dean "Spaniard that lay with inun.t itheis in a rico lieltl throimi whieh he pa-si'd on the tiny Ma uila surronderfd. lie also has swoids, coins and other nrtiel. . bat liel.inguil at ono timo to t li Spaniards. COMMISSION COCMII)ltJ. lllijrct of Jiitlictt l'rtr In (iilnir t' WiieJilniftiin. Tiuliy aud tomorrow will most likely cotioltiilo tho sessions' ol the lluwaiiun Commission iu Ho uolulu. Messrs. Cullom, Morgan mil Hitt will leave iu tho btiiun. r Qaolit), duo Friday uvcuing, for tho mainland. JuiiH Fiosr is going to find it ditlicult to g t a steamer suiting his convomence for follow lug tho American members I'no 12th of Octibor is rather early for him, but tho next one comes rather lute on tlio 1st of November. Ho hopes President Dole, who does not want to go, may seo his way clear yet for go ing. "It is a very important matter A vo y little thiug now may make a great difference in tho future." "Your iutoution is to await tho asFombli- g of Congroes, with its action on the Hawaiian matter ?" "Yes. Indeed, that is tho prin cipal object in going. "Wo shall probably be wanted to appear be fore committees of Congress for iho giving ot information. Thai is an important stage, as whatovor carries iu committees is likoly to bo passed by Congress." The Bulletin classifies its ads, Re sult small advertisers get a square deal. Hecrrntloii Wuntvd. 'In his conversation yosterday, tho report of which had to bo con-ilonsf-d, Colouol Gorton of Now Zealand said a great want of Ila v nii was recrea inn. A largo num ber of fino young mon were in uauod in th" coffeo mdustry and other pursuits, in tho Hilo dis trtuts. Without organized means of re.trostioti there was liability of theso mon gambling and liquor in t. The remedy was in utousiup practical iutercst in golf, cricket, football, etc. Snrill ads. in the Bulletin arc not overshaddowed by bigger ones. On HtocU Kicliunire, Stocks were dull on 'change this morning. No saloa wero mado and but two salos reported from tho streot, 1G Bhares llawdian Agri ou tural at S380 and 15 shares Ou hu Asses'-a'do nt $137 50. Ewa is still at $240 Waimaualo is up to ilu7 ami Oukala opened at $110 but wout to $100. Ilouokaa drop nod lino poiuts being at $375. Di vi lends nhout to ha paid on some stocks bid fair to mako them activo in tho near future. It is likoly that either tho Cop 1 io from San Francidoo or the G t-lic troin Cuiuu aud Japan, wi.l bo in torn irrow uight. Did yoa ever ico one? It h as playful and harmless na a kitten. Yoa might have ono lth you for weeks and not suspect danger. But, beware! Somo day It will surely spring, and the fight for life Is at hand. It is just so with a cough. You may carry one with you for weeks and not think of danger. But the danger Is th$re. Borne day tha fight will be on, and It Is a question which will win, Consumption or You. Cherry Pectoral promptly cures all baby coughs' but It can not always euro the full grown coughs of the most advanced stages of disease. Yet even nero it will bring comfort and caso. Then ate it early for acute colds, coughs, bron chitis and all pulmonary troubles. nnrrr of rnip lmltmlnn. Sen that the eitno. Ativ' Phorrj 1'prtnral. I. Ii'nwii In tlm L-iii. ni eaca uuuu. rut up in ur.;fl ana ainall bvltlei. Hollister Drug Co., Ltd., folo Agents for tlio ltepubllti of ITnwall. NEWTO-DW." CARRIAGE' TRIMMING. If you want your Oirrlaco .r l'lu.ton ltep.ilretl orTiiinnietl, call on J. U DUSUALIKY, 40H Aliibou street, liotween ICinK and Merchant Mrot Ih. jyoj "N tico At a ineetlnir of tlio .St'ieklmlilorH of tlio OOKAI.A NUUAIt l'lANTATION COMI'ANV, hul.l this tluv, the follow liiK wore oleetcil to serve as Dlreetoro: W. (1. Irwin, i:lt Cecil Ilrown, Kstp Frank llnslii, Usq. I)r. It .MeKlbbln. Harry Armitago. H. AHMITAISE, Secrotnry Ookala HiiKur l'luntatlon Co. Htinohilu, Sopt. 21, 18ns. "02I-.Tt SHIPPING INTCLLIOENOE. For additional Shlpplnc Ntwj sec aeventh paje. Dltinion.l Fleiiil iSmiiiil Station, 8opt 21, I pm-Weather hazy, wind fresh I'.Ilst. Weather Hiireuti, I'uimhou, Sept 21. Teniierature MornliiK minimum, 71; Miililiiy maxlinuni, 81. Hurometer, 0 a m, ao.12. Itnlufall, tit), .(Io. llumltlity (in per cent AltUIVALH. Tuesday, Sept 20. Am liktuu Planter, Dow, from Lay- piui iniitilili Stnir Kllatica Hon, Weir, from Hawaii ports. Wctlnestlay, Sept 21. Stmr Mikuliitla, Thompson, from Kauai ports. U rt H Philadelphia, AVatllelKh, from a cruise. Stmr Upolu, HuniiliigHcn, from Ko halu. DEI'AIITUHES. Tuesday, Sept 20. Sargent, Husked, for Am bk C li the Sound. "Wednesday, Sept 21. Stmr Manna Loa.Hliuersnu, for Lu lialiui, Muultio , Koim ami Kati. Stmr Keauhoii, Thompson, for Kn liukti. On a Nrrloua Cliurt'o. Mrs. Wra. Parker -whoso hue baud, now deceased, was at ono timo au 0 nployo of tho Hono lulu Iron Works, is at tho Polico Stti'icn, hold forinvodiatiou,nnd it looks ut the present timo ns if sho wi I bo held on a very torionB oharj:i' Mrs P-irkor is tho mothor of seven children. Tho homo is in Pauoa. l'tfterdny afternoon, tlio mother leturiied in a very hila rious unuditui 11, sho having boon out with friends for a good timo. I he h.st thing was to tako ono of her tlnu ..liters and simply mash her hen I ,11 the iloor. Tup child is now iu the Queen's hospital in a very procarii.us condition. "Good gracious, Maud, it cannot be that you are going to marry a newspaper man!" "You must not breathe it to a soul, but I intend to break the engagement as soon as I ga all my poetry printed." The Bulletin is a newspaper; it pub lishes the news. f V i i cu. vm-'u . . v F j2 ., A V- w ' ! ( Jj J, -fcfJW.Vwl'i.