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Real Estate and Insurance.
There are 8 Good Residence
Lots on the Waikiki side of
Fort Street, for sale, about 7C
feet above the east corner of
Fort andJVineyard Streets.
The lots are leveled and
ready to be built on at onje.
The location is in a qui
and respectable neighborhood
The prices are cheap and
The terms are very easy.
For further particulars apply
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Real Estate Brokers.
Island Potatoes and Corn For Sale
TO T1IK THADK.
OFFICE, 532 FORT STREET.
GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
210 Kino Street.
Stock and Bonds bought and sold under
tho rulos and In tho board
rooms of tho
Honolulu Stock Exchange
LOUIS K. M'GREW
OFFICE: No. 15 Kaahumanu stroot,
Honolulu. Formerly A. Rosa's olllco.
United States Custom IIouso Brokers
Accountants, Searchers of Titles and
Qunorul Business Agouts.
Tolophono 620. 1021
.IAS. F. MORGAN,
Member ol Honolulu Stuck Exchange.
Telephone 11. P. O. Bo 594.
"WM. A., LOVE,
Stocks, Bonds and Otiieu Skcuwtiks,
Loans Negotiated, Real Kstuto.
Honolulu, II. I.
Lanai Sugar Co.
The SUBSCRIPTION LIST for the
above Plantation Is now open at my
The prospectus may be. hud on ai
1009 Corner King and Bethel bu.
The SUBSCRIPTION LIST of til
jbovo Plantation is now open uml the
prospectus may be Been at my olllce.
Real Estate and Sharo Broker
CuTVr King vuU Utrtsel Vtmrt.
Woman's Exchange, Chicago.
Lewis & Co.
211 FORT STREET.
Sco them Displayed in their Windows,
H. MAY & GO.
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
516 & 517 Fort St., Honolulu
Telephoner 2'J P.O. Box 470
GONSALVES & CO., Ltd
WHOLESALE GROCERS AM
225 Quoen stroot, Honolulu, H, J
TVD ITlTnTim TflHTTlfl TYnDTJV
Ull.JiLDlllll dUllllU UMDI
CORNKH FORT AND HOTEL STS.,
TklKphonks: onino, 015: Rosldonco,
789. HuUlis: Q q. in. to ) p. m.
New Love's Building, Fort Btreoti
DR. P. E. CLARK,
13-14 Progress Block, cornor Borotanla
and Fort Stroots, Honolulu.
DR. R. I. MOORE,
No. 210 Hotel ttrpot. Tolophono 605,
HOURS: 9 to 12 a.m. and 1 to 4 p.m.
Dandruff will not euro itsolf. To
bo froo of It you iiuiNt treat your
hair and scalp with soino romod y
Our Dandruff Killer
prepared and sold only by us is
Warranted to Cure!!
Paoheco & Fernandes,
Arlington Block, Hotel Street.
J. H. WIDMAN.
Residence, The Villa, 731 Fort St.
Olllco Hours: 0 a. tn. to 12 m., and 2
to 6 p. in., LOVE BUILDING. Corns
and Bunions curod by a now process.
Ingrowing nails a specialty. No pain.
Engagomonts inado attor olllco hours.
T77" -A- 3ST T IB 3D,
BIDS, for Opening and Cleaning
Streots in KAIMUKi TRACT.
Apply to GEAR, LANSING &
CO., 210 King street. 1019-tf
For Sale or Rent.
Two Fine Cottages 011 King street.
McCOMB ,tr BIVENS,
1052- Love Block.
On and aftor November 1st, 1808, Dr.
J. T. Wayson's olllco hours will bo :
Wook days, 10 a. in. to 3 p. m,: 0:30 to
7:80 p, m. Sumlays, 10 a. in. to 12 in.
EVENING BULLETIN : HONOLULU, H. I., OCTOBER
JUDGE DAY STRIKES OUT
Gives the First Intematlon About the
Whispers In the Spanish Camp
W.mt to Consult With Madrid
Loudon, October 17. A dispatch
to a Loudon nows agonoy from
PariB says: Today Olouday) tho
conference rencbod a ui lsis for tho
first timo. Judge- Day proBooted
tho domands of tho American
Commii3ion in throatoniDg words.
Ho said that dolay was only tho
object of tho Spanish Commission
to saddlo tho United States with
the Cuban debt, and would bo to
lerated no longor, as tho Uuited
States would neither a6sumo nor
gnarantoo any part of tho debt.
Tho Spaniards ropliod that this
placed Spain in a position of rep
udiating or reducing tho fsce value
of tho Cuban bonds from CO to GO
per cent, paying only half tho sti
pulated interest on the roduccd
valuo. lioforo thoy adopted oithor
alternative they would surrender
to tho United States tho entire
Judge Day responded that tho
surrender of tho Philippines wonld
probably bo demanded, irrespec
tive of tho Cuban or any other
This, to tho Spaniards, tho first
intimation of tho intentions of tho
United States as to tho Philippines,
resulted in a whispered confer
ence, followod by an adjournment,
in order to communicate with tho
Judge Day said that President
McKinley had instructed him to
domand tho ontiro surrender of
Porto Rico tomorrow (Tuesday),
and tho dolivery of every town to
tho Unitod States officers beforo
miJni(M tocothor with tho ova
cuation of Havana on or beforo
Novombor 1, when the United
States would bo at tho gates of tho
city ready to take possession.
There was no alternative offered
in the caso of oithor of these do
mands. The session, consequent
ly, was very briof. Tho American
Commissioners havo received dis
patches from Washington indicat
ing that tho Administration is ir
ritated and indignant over the do
lay of tho Spanish Commissioners.
Cltlieni of IVorln. III.. Propose a fac
tory Totting 3400,000.
Peoria, (III.), Oct. 18. This
city expects to bo tho first in tho
Middlo West to establish a beet
sugar factory and a plant to cost
$400,000. Peoria has been inter
ested in tho sugar-bcot question
for several years. Exporimonts
wero in ado and it was found that
the soil in this territory was woll
adapted to the cultivation of sugar
beets. Business men oncourapod
the boot raising project. Having
shown that tho raw material could
bo profitably produced, it was de
termined to raiso monoy to opor
ato a plant for its conversion into
sugar. For this purpose $100,000
will bo needed. Muoh interest
was manifested and 850,000 was
subscribed at onco. A committee
of prominent business men has
beon appointed to raiso tho re
mainder of tho money.
Kimln lias Cuiilrllmlril i:illt Iirffcllvi
Ven.elf. New York, Oct. 17. A dispatch
to tho Tiibuno from Washington
says: Too olTootivo strength of
tho United Slates has been in
creased by eight usoful vossols,
which recently ilew the Spanish
fiag. Five of these are now at
tached to Admiral Dewoy's squa
dron, two aro credited to tho North
Atlantic station, and the last is
tho cruiser Infanta Maria, now
under her own steam preparing to
start for Norfolk to bo raado ready
for active ocrvico.
1,1 n IltmPtllct.
Vancouvor, B. O., Oct.
Newspapors recoivod horo by tho
stoamor Empress of Japan, which
arrived this morning from Hong
kong and Yokohama, publish the
amazing statomont that Li Hung
Chang and tho Dowager Empress
of China havo been soorotly married.
" HON." II. '. UOOU WORK.
Ilnunll Exhibit tllven Mrnlluii In Pvnre
.lull I Ire PrOtfrmii.
Tho official Peaco Jubiloo pro
gram of tho Omaha Exposition
There is no siuglo exhibit at the
Exposition which is attracting as
muoh attontion as that from Ha
waii, located in tho Agricultural
Building. Nearly everyone of tho
better class of pooplo seem to bo
interested in knowing about tho
resources, conditions and beauties
of those newly acquired posses
sions by Undo Sam.
Hawaii was vory fortuimto in
tho selection of its ropresontativos,
Hon. Robert W. Shingle, of Ho
nolulu, and Hon. John T. Clarko.
An oxcollont likeness, of Mr.
Shinglo appears hero.
These gentlemen navo brought
forcibly to tho minilB of tho poo
plo tho wondnrful resources of
Hawaii, tho great opportunities
offered there for investment, its
equable climato, its marvollous
beauties and numerous attractive
features, making it a most desira
qlo place to visit for Hiobo seekiug
health and ploasuro.
Tho annexation of the Islands
has boon tho moans of turning
tho eyes of many peoplo to this,
tho Paradiso of tho Pacific
Mr. Shinglo and his assistants,
havo always been vory obliging in
showing courtosioB to visitors.
Tho serving of Hawaiian coffeo
has been a drawing feature of the
The excursions leaving for Ha
waii on Nov. 5 and January 21
under Mr. Shingle's dirociion, aro
an assured success. Many promi
nent pooplo havo already beon
booked for tho first of these excur
sions. Especial attontion will bo
shown tho visitors by the Hawai
ii t ii 1
MCn.urrnifiil. Hueireitetl by Commit-
Ion .Tntt Iloturneil.
Now York, Oct. 19. By n re
cout order of tho Nicaraguan
Canal Commission tho following
measurements of tho proposed
ship canal havo been adopted as a
basis for estimates on tho work of
construction: From Grey town to
lock No. 1 tho canal will bo 150
foot wido on tho bottom. From
lock No. 1 to Divide Cut tho canal
will bo 150 feet wido. From
Divide Cut through tho rocky
country the canal will bo 100 feet
wido on tho bottom with vortical
sides forty feet high.
farther through San 1'rancisco
basin to the end of Florida La
goon to San Juan River, 150 feet
wide, and this width will bo car
ried also on tho west sido with the
samo slopo. In tho bed of tho
San Juan River tho out will bo
300 foot with sido slopes, differ
ing, of course, at tho bonds where
changes may bo nocossary. In
the hiko tho out will bo funnel
shaped; at tho doop water en
trance it will bo GOO feet, tapering
to .100 feet pt tho river ontrance,
the Bidos slopes being very fiat
through tho first six feot of silt.
The commission is working
haul to not itd roport ready for
Coucress when it' meets in De
m 9 m.
It AliU In tli Oxtevtlon of UiifvliulvnuuiK
Daniel Webster in the famous
White trial in Salem, MasB., years
ago declared that "murder will
out." This maxim has boon found
npplicablo to many other things
besides murder. Housewives
know it to bo truo when there is
alum in bakintr powder. A bitter
uess in the broad at
tho alum's nresoDCO.
It cnu't cou-
coal its truo naturo. The alum
bittornesB "will out," aud because
it will, physicians, who under
stand the harmful effect of alum
on tho Bystem, aro at a loss to
know why people continue- to buy
baking powder containing it. All
linking powders sold for twonty
fivo conts n pound and loss con
taiu alum. There is surely no
oconoroy in using thoso cheap
powders. A pure cream of tartar
powder such as Dr. Prico's was
shown to bo at tho World's Fair,
goes so muoh furthor and gives so
much better results, thoro is no
doubt of its being more economi
cal in tho long run.
Old fashions in dreBS may bo re
vived, but no old fashioned modi
oino can roplaco Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea He,
mody. For salo by Benson, Smith
& Co., Gen. Agents.
Which is a substitute for gold
leaf, and will LAST.
For Imparting a hard and glassy
surface to any material.
For porcelain finish on tubs,
(lower pots. etc. Not affected
by cold or hot water.
For furniture, baskets, etc.
IfiyFull directions for use. Try them,
Lewers & Cooke.
Is tho handsomest and most
durablo Iron ware put on tho
Como and inspect,
asked to buy.
You are not
75-79 ICDfG ST.
Tolophono No. .11.
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Rig Importation of
Imliisuliir and KoinaVictoria
Just roeoivod by
llotol St. . noar Fort.
Shirts and Suits made to ordor. 1'or
fect lit guaranteed.
LARQK STOCK OF GOOD.3 ON HAND.
11QX. Hotel stroot noar Nuuanu; oppo
slto Wavorloy Rlock. 091.
a. KIMTJJRA .
Importer of Japanese
Fancy and Staple Goods.
Cornor of Queen and Nuuanu Streets.
HOP WO COMPANY.
King Strcot, Palaco Square
Crash Duck and Llnon Suits mado to
ordor. Fino assortment of now and latest
designs Just arrlvod. Porfect Fit Quar
antoed. Lowest Prices.
K. SAKAMOTO, DYER,
ANNOUNCES to his Frionds that ho
has romoved from Maunaken to No. 17
llurotanla street, opposite Kuuniakaplll
Having lnoroasod his plant he solicits
tho patronago of all.
10U Addrois I. O. Rox 804.
W. W. AHANA
323 Nuuanu St.
Kino Siilllng lu English, Scotch and
American Hoods made to ordor.
Tolophono fi(IS. Pnstofllco box 080.
Wing WoTai & Co.
"14 Nuuanu Street.
Book qnd Job Printer
Morohant Stroot, Honolulu, H. I
Over Hawaiian NowBOomrmnVn
Book Stoio. mv 10.
Hotels and Restaurants.
CARL KLEMME, Proprietor.
-Tho must delightful spot In
the Islands. Extensive Improvement
being niado for the cntortalnmont of
Hie public. Cottages for rent. Bowling
Alley and Coffeo Garden.
A Flood of Electric Light!
Fine Sea Bathing!
Booms by tho day, week or mouth. J
Telephone 889. 1013
Beaver - Lunch!
H. J. NOME, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Towi
Tea and Coffoo
AT ALL nODBB.
THE FINEST BRANDS 0
Cigars and Tobac
ALWAYS ON 1IAND.
REVOLUTION JGAIP 1 -
Tho Queen Furnishes Supplies,
TlIK ClIINKSK HxRI.ITHtnv A-n
INTO KKKKOT HnilK.
A flrst-classFrenclicook has boon
ployed by tho proprietor of tho Qi .
TTWnl null - A 1 m . 1
.mkm,, uuu n uumpieio cliango Is boaj,
made in tho dining room service J
Try a dlnnor, Sunday, 6 p. n,., Rt U
cents (30 to those holding tickets), nul
you will fully understand.
J. W. CHAPMAN
Announces to the public that lio is no
opon for engagements totakochargo a
Banquots, Balls, Dinners and Garde'
Parties, Socials, otc.
Address euro Union KxpreM Company
Excelsior Dining Saloon
333 NUUANU ST..
NEAR HOTEL ST.
CHAS. L1ND, PropV,
First-class mnnla. iiminw 4i. ..
Jon of a white man, sorvod from 0 a.m
to8 p. m. MEALS TWENTY-T-rvw nt.
IVl.Ainiu ... " "T
uaiuiiii:u JH1X 11
And Ice Cream Parlors.
E. POPl'LETON. M'n'n.
This Is a modern up-to-date American'
rosuurant. Excollont moals for 25,oont.
No. 629 FORT STREET.
The Elite lee Cream,
tOB HOTB6 STREET.
urns and Candies.
Fine Ice Cream.
cSMgai&-M. . ,
A TSrtiriln to T
Tho best S:nt meal toVha '
Mi uitKAM 15 CENTS A PLATE.
LOOK TTm A. m
nnrotanla and Fort Btrootsw
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO.
ED. A. WILLIAMS, F. D.,
Office and Parlors
BU&C10FortSt., near Hotel.
If you want your Carrlago or Phreton
cjuiruu or iTimmed, call on
J- L. DUSHALISKY,
408 Alakea stroot, between King and
Merchant rtroelB. ioix
Homo Bakorv Restaurant
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