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C THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MAY 2, , 1899.
Have moved their law offices to the
Judd Block, Rooms 308 And 309.
GILBERT F. LITTLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
CHARLES F. PETERSON"
!A.ttorney at Law and
JOHN L. KATTLUlvOtJ,
bethel St., Honolulu.
.7. M. KANEAKUA,
'Attorney anil Oounsollor .it
Olueo: In tlio Occidental Hotol, cor
erof King and Al.il.oa Streets, Hono
Vf. C. Aon:. Enoch .Iohnsox.
'Attorneys ami Counselors
Offlco No. 10 West King streot.
E. M. BROOKS,
Comer Fort and Hotel streets.
Ovtr Falrchlld's Shoe Store,
HONOLULU, H. 1.
FREDERICK W. HANKEY,
Will practice In til the Hawaiian and United States
Rooms 9-10, PROGRESS BLOCK,
Cor. Fort and Beretanla streets.
FRANCIS .T. BERRY,
Will practice In all the U. S. Federal
and State Courts.
Procress Block, cor. Beretanla and Fort streets.
itj3 :: Rooms s and 6.
B. A. MOTT-SMITH,
HAS MOVED to the Judd
Block, Fort St.
Surgeons and Physicians.
DR. WALTER HOFFMANN.
CORNER BEItnTANIA AND PUKCII
Offlco Hours: 8 to 10 a. in.; 1 to 3
p. m.; 7 to 8 p. in. Sunilnyn: 8 to 10
. m. Tojephono S10. I'. 0. Box 601.
DR. A. N. SINCLAIR,
113 KINO ST., NEXT OPERA nOUSE.
nours: 0-10 a. in., 1-3 p. in., 7-8 p.tn.
Sundays, 12-2 p. m.
Tolophonp 741. 1107-3 in
DR. C. L. GARVIN
Office: 637 Kino Sthkkt, near Punch
bowl, Honolulu, H. I.
TELEPHONE No. 418
Hours: 9 to 11 n. in.; 1 to 3, p.m.;
7 to 8 p. in.
A. CWALL.D D S
Hew Love' Building, Fort Btreeti
DR. F. E. CLARK,
18-14 Progress Block, corner Beretanla
and Fort StrooUi, Honolulu.
DR. R. I. MOORE,
Ho. 210 Hotel stroot. Telephone 605.
HOURS: 9 to 12 a.m. nndl to 4 p.m.
ELECTRICAL FACIAL MASSAGE, most approv
Jmethod. MANICURING. Office Hours, to a. iff
to 5 p. m. VINEYARD STREET, third cottage
west o( Nuuanu street. 1191
1 ExDerience is the onlv
thorough teacher. In photo
graphing particularly, you will
find that conditions in Hawaii
are not the same as elsewhere.
We" have an experienced man
to handle kodak developing
110 Hotel street.
Calumet' Doeo Not Bolonrr to
Baking Powder Trust, but Con.
umersore Rapidly Learning
to Plooo Their Trust In
NONE 80 GOOD.
"THAT MAN IS FRUGAL
And content indeed,
Who finds food, solace
IN A WEED."
Note the following
popular brands of our
direct from the
Napoleon the First, Caballcros size, too In
Napoleon the First, Camelias size, 100 In
Africano, Conchas Selectas, to In a box.
Jockey Ulut, too in a box.
" Delmonlcos, 25 In a box.
Adellna Pattl, Esplenldos, "
" " Presidentes, "
Cavindra Keralla. Gloriosa, 50 In a box.
La 1 raviata Kegaiia, Nonpareil, :oo in box.
Henry Clav, Camelias. 50 In a box.
" Purltanas, Finos,- 50 in a box.
Bock & Co., " " " "
H. Upmann. Cosmopolltanos, 50 In a box.
Alexander Humboldt, Pacificos.so In a box.
Alexander Humboldt, Republlcanos, 50 box
R. Fulton, Conchas Especials, 50 in a box.
" Recuerdos, 25 In a box.
La Intlmldad de Antonino Caruncho, 50 b.
La Espanoia Elegantes, 25 In a box.
J6y-AII of which we offer in Quantities
to suit. Special prices to the trade.
Lewis & Co.
211 FORT STREET.
H. MAY & GO.
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
515 & 517 Fort St., Honolulu
Telephoner 22 P.O. Box 470
ITEOPOLM MAT CO.
103 KING STREET.
G. J. Waller, : : Manaoeb
Wholesale, and Rotail
BEST OP MEATS.
FarniUos desiring temlor roast,
Juicy bleaks and chops should
call on tlio
Central Meat Market
Wo mako a specialty of family trade
and sell the best at reasonable
H E. GARES, Proprietor.
214 Nuuanu St.
Cor. Queen and Fort Sts.
Importers and "Wholesalo Dealers In
Hay, Grain, Peed,
Egyptian Oorn, etc.
Our Goods are Always Fresh.
Island Orders Solicited.
BONOLULD UNDERTAKING CO,
ED. A. WILLIAMS, F. D.,
Office and Parlors
614 & 610 Fort St.. nearHoteL
Real Estate Transaction?.
Subscribers are furnished with from live
to six lists per week, giving an aoouratt
reoord of all deeds, mortgaires, leases, re
leases, powers of attorney, etc, eto., which
are plaoed nn record.
Subscription Price, 98.00 per Month.
A. V. GEAR,
Judd Building, Honolulu,
OFF FOR CUBA AT LAST.
Continued from Page 3.
arart stoamor and woro put upon tlio
shoro whoro Lieutenant Parker vns
warned by tho engineers that tho roads
to tho front woro Jmpaseablo. A littlo
lator it was demonstrated thnt Parker's
Oatliugs were oi ofToctlvo as anything
In tho wholo fighting outfit.
As tho cavnlry brigado of General
Young took tho lead of tho real advanco
on Suutlago and first folt tho tcoth of
tho Spanish tiger a cloar vlow of tho
opening ovonts of tho actual campaign
is best gained' by following its move
ments. Tho brigado landed at Daiquiri
on tho ovonlngof tho 22dnnd tho morn
ing of tho 23d of Juno. It was composed
of two squadrons each of tho First nnd
Tenth (colored) regular cavalry and
First volunteers, or rough riders, all
General Young's orders woro to tako
position on tho loft of La wtou's Infantry
division, which had nlready landed.
Tho troopers had no rations. During tho
voyngo thoy had exhausted tho thrco
days' truvol -rations supplied tlicm.
Soon after landing part of tbocomuipnd
received ordinary rations, which tho
men placed in their blanket rolls, as tho
cavalrymen carried no hnvcrsacks.
After landing his command General
Young sent nu aid on board tho stoamor
whero General Wheolcr was for further
orders and received instructions to inovo
out five or six mllos and scloct a camp
for hi own brigado, screen and cover
tho lauding and relievo tho jam tlicro.
Tiio cnvnlry bivouac was near tho mouth
of n stream, tho water of which was nl
ready polluted by tho infantry camps
above. After getting rations for ono
dquadron each of tho First and Tonth
and nil of tho rough ridors, nlso ninmu
uitiou for his Ilotchkiss guns, Gonornl
Young moved out on tho 23d, and, find
ing Lawtnn's troops ocoupying all tho
desirable camps, passed on until ho
reached Lawtou's advanco post. Thcro
ho learned of an engagement tho night
beforo between Cubans and Spaniards.
Meanwbllo General Wheeler had
como nshoro at Slbonoy and reached
Lawtou's ndvanco position. General
Young reported to Wheolor, who said
that ho was glad that Yonng had como
up. Ho (Wheolcr) had boon out with
Genoral Castillo, tho Cuban, and lookod
over tho Cuban position. Bolng vory
tlrod, ho was about to Ho down and.
asked General Young to got nu acconnt
of tho affair from Castillo. Castillo said
that ho had met 2,000 Spaniards at a
point near Savillo. Ho thought thoy
had rotircd after thobattlo, but General
Young got information that thoy wero
boiug ro-onforced. As thoro was a good
camp ground beyond tho sceno of tho
skirmish, Young docidod to go forward,
roconnoitcr nnd dovelop his front
From Castillo's description Colonol
Rivers, of Young's staff, mado a skotch
of tho region around Las Guaslnias. Bo-
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IIOUTK OP MAUCII TO SANTIAGO.
ing in advanco of his command, Gen
eral Young sent another aid, Captain
Smcdbnrg, to tho rear to bring up his
full forco and tho Hotchklss gnn. Tho
hour sot for tho movement was 5 a. in.
pn tho 24th.
General Castillo bad indicated a trail
from Slbonoy, leading over a hill south
of tho main road between Slbonoy and
Santiago, and forming a junction with
it at Las Guasimas. Tho rldgo crossed
by tho trail is very high. General
Young doclded to send tho rough ridors
over tho trail and with tho regulars and
Hotcbklsu battory movo along tho main
road. Tho plan was to mako a simul
taneous attack with two columns. It
was oxplalned to General Wheeler, Las
Guasimas was a pass whoro tho Span
iards ospectod to chock tlio American
advanco. Ik is down grade from thero
Castillo was to support Young with
800 Cubans, and tho goneral asked him
to start at On. m., and if ho couldn't go
along himself send n staff officer who
would bo able to translato and convoy
commands. Tho Cubans not being np
on time, nt 5 :30 a. m. Colonel Rivors
wont to Castillo's camp to say that tho
column was ready to march to battlo.
Tho Cuban sontlnols would not allow
Colonol Rivors to nwakon Castillo, so
bo camo back without tho Cubans, reach
ing Young at 5:45. Young then moved
out, Boudlng his aids, Rivors and Smod
burg, with Colonol Wood, commander
of tlio rough riders, Tho aids woro to
report to their chief tho conduot of that
column nnd clvo. nny. assistanco noednd
as rcprcflenfhUVcsbf""th'o comniandor.
Captain Mills, adjutant goneral of tlio
biigado, wont forward with tho regu
lars. Tho Cubans had outposts boyond
tho point where tho order of battlo wns
made. Thero wero small parties of Cu
bans at uiiTcront points along thoxoad.
Captain Mills reached tho advanco
Cuban outposts and sont for General
Young to como up, Indicating how ho
could keep hidden from tho Spaniards
while doing so. From that point tho
general could soo tho Spanish position
nt Lai Guasimas. Thcro woro Spaniards
mas&cd north of tho road upon which
tho regulars wero advancing, protcetcd
by somo stono parapots. After survey
ing tho situation with his glass Gonornl'
Young explained to tho commandors cf
his squadrons what thoy wero to do and
gavo thorn orders to advanco on Las
Guasimas In battlo order.
Gkouqe L. KlLStEft
Mr. John Peterson, of Patout
ville, La., was very agreeably Bar
prised not long ngo. For eighteon
months ho had been troubled with
dysentory nnd had tried three of
tho boBt doctors in Now OrleanB,
beside half a dozen or mora pat
ent medioines, but received vory
littlo relief. Ohaaborlian's Colic,
Oholora end Dinrrhooa Remedy,
having been recommended to him,
he gavo it a trial and to his great
surpriBe,throedo803of that remedy
euecteu r permanent euro. Mr.
Wm. McNnmara, a woll known
merchant of the same place, is well
acquainted with Mr. Peterson and
attests to tho truth' of this state
ment. ThiB remedy is for 3alo by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
The Irfiat Oar.
The last oars of tho Kinn street
lino going to Waikiki and Palama
pass the Anchor Saloon. Tho
olevorost mixologists in tho city
are tnero always to put you up
anything you may. desire. Drop
in and tako a drop before you take
tho car. Tho celebrated beattle
beer is to bo had hore on draught.
A full lino of liquors including tho
famous A. A. Jesse Moore Whisky
etc., always on nana. Iveooived
per Warrimoo, Rainier Bock Boer
on draught. Tho Anchor Saloon
is hero to please its patrons. "
Now England Bakory & Oandy
Co., Hotol stroot manufacture a
fine lino of bread, pastry, wed
ding cakes, ico creams, sherbets
and candies finest in tho city
and pricos very low. Tolephono
74. J. Oswald Lutted, Mana
At the Tent!
FORT STREET, .
DEWEY RESTAURANT AND
Free! Free!! Free!!
I am now making a specialty of free
sittings to any one desiring my everlasting
Souvenir Photo Buttons
At the Tent, Fort street, above Dewey
We turn out the finest work
at the most reasonable prices.
Souvenir Views of the Islands
in endless variety.
At the Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
BANKO H. K'OBAYASHl,
Fort and Beretanla Sts.
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Improved and modorn SUGAR MA.
OniNEItY of every capacity and des
srlptlon mado to order. Boiler work
and ItrVETED PIPES for Irrigation
Surposcs a specialty. Particular atten
on paid to JOB WORK, and repairs ox.
touted at shortest notice .
(Incorporated Under the Laws)
(of tub Hawaiian Republic.
OFFICEItS AND DIRECTORS:
Ciiah. M. CooicK, President.
J. B. ATHKKTONf Vice-President
C. II. Cookk, Cashier,
F. C. ATHisnTON,, Socrotary.
y. W. Matrarlano,
E. V. Tonney,
J. A. McCandloasv
Solicits tho Accounts of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts, IndlviduAls, and will
carofully and promptly attend to nil
buslnoss connoctotl Willi banking on
trusted to It, Sell and purchaso Foreign
iKxchango, lssuo Lottors of Crodlt.
SAVINGS DBPARTMENT !
Ordinary nnd Term Doposlts rocoivod,
and Intqrost nllowod In nccordanco with
rulos and conditions printed in Piita-
books, coplos of which may bo had upon
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
O. G. TRAPHAGEN,
32a Merchant St,, Honolulu,
Between Fort au&Alakea,
TBiiKPHONB : : : 734
OP' ALL KINDS.
Doalors in Lumber and Ooall
ALLEN & ROBINSON,-
Quoon Btroot, Honolulu.
Contractor and Builder.
Huj Moving, cni all Kind of Heavy WtlttU
NO. it FORT STREOT, HONOLULU.
(Oppotltt Club SUbles).
RwUtnct Telephone 490. uCt-H
H. L. KERR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
To My Patrons and the Public.
Having recovered from my re
cent illness, I am again propared
to do all kinds of Tinsmith and
Plumbing work as heretofore.
Thanking yon for past favors, I
respectfully solioit a continuance
of tho same.
JAS. NOTT, ir.
IOr- Tel. 844.
A Mew Paint Shop.
Having associated with us Mr. John
II. West, a practical House Palntor,
Decorator and Wood Follshor,. wo aro
now prepared to glvo estimates on all
kinds of work In that lino.
Mr. Wost haying had a practical ex
perience of o'vor twonty years In San
Francisco and other largo cities on tho
Coast, wo feol confldont that any work
entrustod to us will glvo ontlro satisfac
tion to our patrons.
Peerless Preserving Paint Co.
atM DECORATINd AND NATURAL
S3 WOOD FINISHING A SPECIALTY.
Grainer, Glazier, and
Tinter : : :
Next to Pollco Station
Marblo, G ranlto and Hawaiian Stono
TILING, COUNTER TOPS,
Fort Street, opposite Chinese Chnrch.
All kinds of Lettering and Carving,
Estlmatos Furnlshod. 1140
Is what you should consider and decide
when buying Monuments. We will try
and help you out on all these.
The only marble that Is Impervious to
liquids and will not stain Is the KENE
SAW GEORGIA AND ITALIAN
MARBLE. We are the sole agents for
this marble on the Hawaiian Islands, and
will be glad to show you our samples and
designs at our office and salesrooms.
We are In position to furnish stone cone
Ing cheaper than any firm In Honolulu.
Be sure and get prices before buying.
Hawaiian Iron Ponco and Montr
041 King street
Wx. G. Irwih.
9an FrzncUco AgcnUTnu Nhvada Baxk or
SHAW BICUAKOB ON
iut Fiunoisco Tho Nevada Bank of Ban
London The Unton Bank cf London, Ltdi
Nivr YonK American Ezebanfco National
CniOAOo Mcrchasts National Dank,
PARIS COmptolr Nauonar U'tscompi as
Berlin Drcedoer Bankt
Honoeono and ToKonAMA Ilongkong k
Ok...t..l D.tilflni. nA.nit.llAn
Niw Zbaland and Australia Bank of New
Victoru and Vancouvbr Bank of British
nnsact a General tailaj acdEictingeBcsines
Dcpottts Received. Loans made on Ap-
B roved Security. Commerclal'und Travelers'
red Its Iseacd. Bills of Exchange bought
Collections PnourTir.AccouNTiD Fob.
ETSHQ3P & 60.
..... Savings Doposlu will he-
rocelvod and interest nllowod by this
Bank et' four nnd ono-lmlf per cent,
per annum. The torms, rules nndl
regulations of tho Hawaiian Postal Sav
ings Bank have beon adopted' as far as
lt Is practicable to apply them, and tho
Cash Kosorvo of fSO.OOO as requlrod un
dor tho Postal Act' will bo maintained.
Printed coplos of tho Bulos and ltog
illations may bo obtained oivapplicatloa.
BISHOP Al CO.
BZSISIOE3 cSc Co.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Uommercial and Traveler a
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all tho principal cities
of tho world.
Interest allowed after July
1,1898, on fixed deposits 3
months 3 nor cent.. 6 months
3 J por cent., 12 monilia 4
Pioneer Building and
Axels, Dtc. SI, 1898, $116,803.88
Money loanod on approvod socurlty.
A Savings Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on tho monthly Install
Eighteenth Sorles of Stock Is now
Offiokiw: T. F. Lansing, Presldonf,
S. B. Roso, Vlco-Presldont; 0. B. Gray.
Treasurer; A. "V. Goar, Socrotary.
DmncTons: T. F. Lansing, S.B. Rose,
A. V. Gear, A. W. Keoch, J. G. Roth
well, Henry Smith, J.J. MoLoan, J. D.
Holt, 0. B. Gray.
For furthor particulars apply to
A. V. GEAR, Seorotary.
Chamber of Commorco rooms.
Offlco Hours: 12:301:30 p. in.
Tjje Yokohama Specie Bank;
Subscribed Capital Yen 12,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 10,500,000
Reserve Fund Yen 7,300,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANOHES AND AGENCIES.
Kobe, London, Lyons, New York.
Ban Francisco, Shanghai,
Bombay, Hong Kong,
Tho Bank buys and recelvos for collec
tion Bills of Exchanorn. iRHiinn Ttrofla n,l
Letters of Crodlt on the above Branches
and Agonclos, and transacts a goneral
un i-uta Deposit lor 11 month!, 4 per cent p. a.
On Fixed Deposit for 6 months, M "
On Fixed Deposit tor J not, 1 '
By the Head Office at Yokohaaa, on Current De-
posit. 4 per cent, per annua.
On Fixed Deposit (or u nortias, 6 per cut p. a.
Hew ReguMlc Bnlldng. llfllng St, HonolnU,
The . . .
Cor. Alakea & HalekanwUa Bta,
Has a large assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hand,
Estimates given for house wir
ing and Eleotrioal plants.
Marine Wiring a speoialty,
&fe'', r ,l&MtfUi & 3 '-
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