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THE , EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23. 1900.
Carriage Painting $ Repairing
PER 8. 8. AUSTRALIA,
j PENNANT . . .
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS CO., LTD.
Morgan II INI NNN
II S3 Queen Streei
THIS SPACE RESERVED
JAS. F. MORGAN.
"Name on Every Piece."
FOR SAID BY
LEWIS & CO.,
240! 240! 240!
t PLOTS OF ANARCHISTS.
Rome, Oct. 10. The ararchlst Ber
tolanl, urrested at Milan as a suspect
ed accomplice of Breschl, has made a
confession about anarch'st plots.
"I have known about these plots for
a long time," he said. "It was I who
vsent the letter to the down Prosecu
tor at Naples warning him In ndvance
that Italian anarchists wero coming
from America to kill tho King, but
they paid no nttentlon to my letter.
"At an anarchist meeting In Pater
son, N, J., Beven men werj selected to
kill kings and chiefs of state. One of
them was allotted to kill McKlnley or
Ilrjan during tho Presidential cam
paign. I do not know the name of the
man who was assigned to this duty.
The recent Chicago riot was Inde
pendent of that hatched at Paterson. I
' belleve'other plots having the samo ob
Ject havotbeen organized m the United
CLIMAX OF GAY WEDDING
JOURNEY TO HONOLULU
Joe Doesn't Seem to Care Though
There May Be a Fight Over
Fortune No Love
San Tranelsco, Oct. 12. The recol
lections of n wedding trip to Honolulu,
the lolllcklni; times on shipboard, and
the little family Jar that occurred
soon after tlio nrrhal of the Australia
at the 1'aradlse of the l'aclflc, Is re
called today by tho filing of a dlorcr
suit by Mrs. Maud M. Nolan, whose
maiden name snH Maud Treadwell,
against her husband, J. I Nolan, lce
president of the Nolan Shoe Company,
Mrs. Nolan charges Incompatibility
of temper and asks for a division of
the common property of the couple.
Mr, Nolan docs not maVe reply, but
seems willing to allow life law to take
Its course no far as the dhoree is con
cerned, but ha may tight the case on
the grounds that part of the fortune
which his wife desires to secure Is not
legally what the lad) Is entitled to.
l'or some months iist It had been
rumored that there wa m bo a separ
ation of the Nolans, as It was said that
the husband had cxpieaatd tho deter
mination to go his way, and do as he
wished without heed to the protesta
tions of his wife. On the other hand
Mrs. Nolan was not as fond of domes
tic life as most good wes and her
utter disregard for the piomlse to
"loe, honor and obey" has been com
mon talk among those who know her.
The Nolans wero nurrled several
ji.un ago and on the occasion of their
hone) moon they created n great deal
of talk among the people in the Hawa
iian Islands on alleged account of the
reports of the lurid o)ago of the
steamship from San Francisco tTIat
bore them to Honolulu, It was Bald
that tho couple quarreled soon after
landing at the dock and there was even
talk of separation then, when the wed
ding tour was scarce commenced. Mat'
(era were patched up and the couple re
turned to the tlty.
There never has been much real af
fection wasted between the woman and
the man since that ojcge across the
blue ocean. Both wero fond of excite
ment and neither restucted nor at
tempted to restrict their inclinations
for what they termed a "good time."
However, there liad been to much gos
sip about a possible, reparation that
persons paid little heed to what appear
ed to be an old story until this morn
ing when Mrs. Nolan formally tiled
her complaint and retired to await her
PROGRESS OF THE NAVY
Washington, Oct. 11. Admiral Hlch-
born, chief of the Bureau of Construc
tion and ltepalr, has made public a
statement showing the prugtess of the
work on the vessels now under con
struction for tho navy.
Of the big battleships, the Maine and
Ohio stand respectively at 30 and 30
per cent of completion. The Missouri
at Newport News, stands IS per cent
and the Illinois at Newport News, Is
bet down at 85 per cent.
Work is piogresBtng satisfactorily
on the six new sheathed protected enli
st rs, although they are all In the first
stages of construction. The monitors
Arkansas, l'lorlda, W)omtng and'Mon
ltor.No. 8 (the latter ns )et unnamed)
are each about half finished. The six
teen torpedo boat destroyers, as well as
tho sixteen torpedo bolts, are for the
greater part In the last stages of their
construction. Of tho submarine tor
pedo boats, the Plungor ttands at 85
per cent and of the remaining six, the
Adder, .Moccasin, Porpolso and Shark
are set down nt 0 per cent, while work
has not et begun on the Pike and
When Chester Doyld "returned from
Hllo Saturday aftmoon he brought
with him a Japanese, Hnda by name,
after whom the police have been
searching for some tlmo past. When
Doyle went to Hllo he was armed with
a warrant from the Sheilff's office. Af
ter some good detectlVH'work, he lo
cntcd his man and arretted him, En
da Is the man wanted in the Takahashl
case In the Police Court The latter Is
the man who was arrested for being a
pimp but It turned out that Enda is the
ono reafly wanted. S
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: MAGIC ; headaches
I HEADACHES before
J WAFERS 3' breakfast.
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For additional Shipping New itviiuh patt.
Weather Bureau, Punihou, October
23. Temperature Morning minimum,
74; Midday maximum, SO.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 3d 00. Irregular.
Dew Point 68F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 73 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Oc
tober 23. Weather hazy; wind fresh
Monday, October 22.
Am sell H. D, Bendhen. Olson, 24 days
from Port Blakelev.
Thursday, uctouer 21.
Am DiEmllv F Whltnev. Brleman. t6
davs tr m san i-rancio to Alexander
II. S. A. T. WvefielJ. Cartmar. from
Sin Francisco with stores and mules for
Stmt- Maum L0.1. Slmerson. from Maul
ano Hawaii ports; 2000 bags sugir to C.
11 v. -. . .u .1- .. tir i i. i jt.
nrcwer tx u.. aaou uu iu tv vj. iittiti iv.
Co., 142 bags effee, 60 tdls bananas 30
kegs butter, 12 bales tabacco, 8 bdU hides,
7 hogs and ISO pKR sundries.
Mmr iwa an . eireeorv. irom n a-iea
Stmr Noeau.Wvman. from Kukulhaele:
14801 bigs ugar and m hides for H.
Hackfeid & Co., Ltd.
Mondav, October 22,
Stmr James Mikee, Tullett. 'orKapaa
Stmr Lehua, for regular Ma okai ports.
Gas s.hr. Malolo. Nelson, for Kallh
w aland Hinatei.
Sch Concord, Mana, for Paauilo.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr fSlnau, Freeman, for Hllo anj way
ports at 4 pm.
StmrVV. G. Hall, Thompson for Na
wlllwlll, Aliuklnl, Hanamaulu, Walinea
and Kekali 1, at 5 p m.
smr Maui, raruer, tor Maui ports at
Stmr Walaleale, Green, for Eleele and
Hampepe at 4 pm.
Stmr Mlkahala, PeJerson, for Koloa and
Makauell at 5 p m,
From San Francisco, per bark Mohican,
Owt. 22 1 . T. Chrlttenden.
From Kukulhaele, per stmr INoeau, Oct.
2j Mr. Punat, Mr. biggs an') 5 on deck.
Fiom Maul andIIawall rorts, per stmr
vhuna Loa, Oct. 25. L. Chong, Ah Lip,
Lesser, Mrs. E. E. Robin) and clilldien, A
White. Master Robins. C. F. RoJrlgues,
J. Rodrlgues, Mrs. H. Walau, Mrs. Robin
s -n, .Miss L Roy, Mts. C. B. Wood and
cnlldren, Mrs. C. . Towt, Master Kala,
A. MicaulUi. S . Nahale, Win. Nana
le, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Grlmwood. Mr.
Deter, A. De Kego. Mat McCann, Mr.
..-... a tir..) . . in...- D... lrm
Ault, Mr. Akamura, C. Alice, Mrs. Alice
and 50 on deck.
Astor not Blamed
For His Father
New York, Oct. 11. Surrogate
Thomas has appointed Waldorf Astor,
the, )oung son of William Wldorf As
tor, who has only recently attained his
majority, an executor of tho will of the
original John Jacob Astor.
Tho will under which the young man
Is thus made, an executor, was mado
about fifty jears. One of its provl
slons is that whenever the surviving
executors Bhall number no more than
two, by death or otherwise, those two
shall have tho power of ti&mlng, with
the sanction of the courta, a third ex
About two months ago William Wal
dorf Astor and Chnrles I'eabody Jr.
went beforo Surrogate Thomas and
stated that they were thfe only surviv
ing executors of the will nnd that they
wished Waldorf Astor to bo named as
a co-executor. At tho time tho iues
tlon of voung Astor's placo of residence
and citizenship was ralred. His fa-
thet some time ago foreswore allegi
ance to tho United States and became a
subject of the Queen of England. This
matter was arranged by Mr. Pcabody
making an affidavit In which ho alleged
that the young man was born In the
United States and tint he had never
taken nny steps to foreswear allegiance
to this country and that thcrcforo he
was a citizen and eligible to the posi
tion as executor. On the strength of
this affidavit tho appointment was
made, Sunogato Thomas thereby vir
tually deciding that Waldorf Astor Is
a citizen of this country oven though
his father Is not nnd that he has been
educated abroad and spent the greater
number of years of his life In England,
The Ire workers' union cm bra cos
politicians nnd telegraph operators.
Arc lights are not consltleied artis
tic, but they draw Insects.
The Republican Drill Corps are ordered to
ASSEMBLE FOR PARADE
o -at the Drill Shed at 6:30 p. m. o
On Thursday, Oct, 25
4if. in tbtt telumn vtll U illtrtti at
tA Xf ttntl a hut out tnitrtioni If ttall llvo
tmtltUM ta !! am vrtlk, 40 Itmll two uuAk
tnd 60 ctntl cnt mtmlb Tblt it tbt cbtatltt &tr-
tittmt tr offttta tbt ptoptt of nonolultt.
The Fort Employment
tir KINd STREET,
Jpnc with wlf
Jap lo do bollrrwork,
wife for wishing ind
houwmtli br ft day,
wife make about $ij per
month dive house to
Japanese boy or Chi
nese, genual servant,
take care of one horse.
$j week, board ani room
Japanese BrM Cook $6
week, board ani room
Japanese or Chinese
first crok, Sao per month
board ani room
Jipanese woman h"ue
maid and little wishing
f j i week, board anj
Japanese ard boy. Si
week, board and room
American boy, about t
yean old at Uerk ani
Sa'esman cigar store, $4
Phonb Main j8.
European Cook $60
mown, poarj anj room.
American boy as driver
j j ween.
commnnworks. Store boy
Japanese woman as
Chinese family cooV.
yard toy ani stable coy.
through our agency
put doun on our
riABflAINS IN JEWELRY ou tin erl them t
D M.F. IICAS mi Hutel St. Fin Enernlne
nj .naifftllng done iWt
OTICE Sv. tlm ani xpn bv f(iMrin
Room, or iioumi IM AlKWiun, o nw
chant itrett . iWi
;PECIAL NOTICE-Dr HjJl.th dllt. h
5 rc.umel practice in nil office on Tort St i6)8-im
OTICE. TO D JILlirRS Tti Union Eiprto Co
nn win it: pt i uk alk miu
ANTFD Nice collage of 4 or 5 rooms furnUhed
ror nous Keeping, uarcss a ims onice
WANTED-A MCC ' ARfiE ROOM IS PRIVATE
(jtnllv about 1 blocks from Fort and Motel
streets Address ' C. M ," this office i66jiw
WANTED-Cashbosat B, F. thlers dry fcrrois
i store. Fort St iMiiw
IWANTroIrNG RAVING AND ENAMELING
W M. F ILCAS.to Hotel St i(M
IANTCD-A SIC OSP-MAND Smith Premier
vv Typewriter Aii'es P. O. Bo to. iftmt
WANTED-TMIRTY MfcN-HACk'MEN-for the
vv llaatan AututnoHie Company. Intetllcent
men of steady habits with cnoi reference, only re
lulrei KnowIeJee of streets a necessity oune
men preferable Preliminary Instruction In tralnlnc
school Rlert while under salary, uniforms furnKhcd
at cost Kooiwate Arply ptrsonally to Manager
Hawaiian utorroblte Company, at Rapid Transit
Company's office, 411 Fi rt street, between 9 ani ta jo
or null Box 6 , wni
ANTED-A HOUSEKEEPER at the Waivikl
lANTED-WATCHESto rer.lr by weler oil,
" yeitiexpeilcnct O DIETZ, 417 Numnu St
ID PAPERS TO EXCH VNCE for cle.n Cot-
ton Kagi Appply at Bulletin Ufflce 15f9.lt
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM
1 Oysters served n the shell only Try t
nnoui nam ana egg Danawicr.es ana uonee
Nuuanu and H)tel streets
DICK DALY, Proprietor
OR RENT-A large nicely Tu'nlshed Front Room
sultabte for two with hoard 446. Punchbowl St
UERY DESTRABLF HOgSE ani pleasant grounds
ana wranjai I'anor, amine room, Kiicnvn, )
bedrooms, Bath. etc. Klnau near Mikikl Apply
1664 ATKINSON 46 Merchant St
It. 1 or 4 Rooms veranda ar J electric lights,
bathi, etc. pleasant gardens Klnau near Ma
klkl. ATKINSON, 46 Merchant St
OOM 1 or t GENTLEMEN fn Scnool street
AiKirour., 40 Merchant bt
THREE sin room, twosry houses, hit and cold
water, sanitary plumbing just finished Apiy
to V. M. Mlnton, G,ar, Lansing & Co , Juid Bulli
TO LET A nice new 4 rooms cottage situate on
Ileckwlth St near Punahou Apply F, CORNN
at Gear. Lansing fit Co . Juid Build ng i66tw
TO LET Rooms suitable for Doctors or Dint I its
offices, In cottages next to the New Stelner build
ne on Hi tel St Inquires at Mrs A. V, Napthaly's
millinery pari ore, next door. i66o-iw
ELL burnished rooms, with board. Sefton
House Young Street, near Pllkol i6mi
;OR SALE laoo, Futnltureof sroomed cottage
near town, with privilege of renting cottaee, j
WILLIAM SAVIDGb & CO.
ac 6 Merchant St
XHEbsittwo for si cigar In town Is the LURLINE
1 to be had at the Myrtle Cigar Store next toOr
rhum All kinds of Manila cigars a specially
CORSALE-A NICE MODERN COTTAGE with
fruit and shade trees Corner Anapunl and Do
minis streets fiooacash Balance In easy Install
inynts Apply next door toJ H Cummlwgs i6iytf
FOR SALE-LOTS In Patama near town. All sites
and prices Apply to
WILLIAM SAVIDGE & CO .
too Merchant St
PR SALE $4000 Leasehold on Queen s rett
near Honolulu Iron Works 14 years to run.
Splendid Warehouse Location
App;y to WILLIAM SAVIDGE, & CO .
o6 Merchant street
PR SALE A pair of black coach horses tormerfy
tht property of Wm G Irwtn, Esq. Apply'tv
James Carty, American Stables, Merchant and Rich
FOR SALE Lots joxioo In Nuuanu tract f 15 down
io per month, J, H. Schnack, tt Merchant
R SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
1.11T tsyj n viVAa usa
LOST-DRAFT No 04jJwn on Alexanierfic Bali
win by Hawaiian Sugar Company, in favor of
I. D. Greany for Ja8o, has been lost and all perons
are cautioned against negotiating same
it6wi ALEXANDER 8t BALDWIN.
LOST Solltare diamond ring In the vicinity of the
Hawaiian Hotel, Sunday night, Sept tj Tinier
will please leave same at hotel office ani receive suit
able reward 1644-tl
I OST a gold enameled pin monogram U. S,o6
1- In crimson and gold Finder please return to
inn omc inj rccrive rtwira 11
PUND-A DUNDIE OF BLACK CRAPE on Hotel
flrcet ODDoilt. th. Arlington Owner can obtain
aam, atthla offic, by pa) In? for thlt advertisement
COUND. a recelot for PoTlal Savln.a Bank Book.
No 618 B Owner can obtain aame by calling
ai wis omc ana paying lor inis aav.Hltemcnt,
A Pair of Them. Jlggfr, I was po
Ite enough to compliment Calendar up
on lilt) now book, but ho don't know
er)ough to let It go at that. Ho had to
asfc mo It I had lead It. Not much tact
In Calander. i
Bagley, What did you cay when Jie
asked you that?
Jigger Oh, I turned It off by saying
no, I hadn't read tho hook that I was
thinking of the binding when I spoke
of It. Boston Traneseript.
BLUE ENAMEL and GUARANTEED e7 ;
a& SINGLE or DOUBLE TUBE TIRES
E. O. HALL
King street, ntxt to Bulletin Office
THE I Y I
r ! yV I
Has made another
Big Reduction in &
Bedroom Sets, Sideboards, Tables, Chif
foniers, Chalrs Rockers Baby Carriages.
Bureausi Ice Chests and Refrigerators.
American and Hawaiian Flags, Btc.
S Selling Agents for
MACNEALE & URBAN
FIRJE and BURGLAR
PROOF SAFES ?
S. W. LEDERER, Propr.
Constantly - flo -, Hand
-New Shipments Every Month.
We have, the FRESHEST and PUREST
lot of Drugs to be found in the T. of H.
,An Experienced Compounder who knows
Bring your perscripti ins to us to be
filled. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Chinese and . ,
Japanese in bol '
"' JrViirc and i, Fancy.
ohall sixts. ..1
in Dive and Witte,
Wall Papers' " 't
tn large variety.
Lowers & Oonke,
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
50 CENTS EACIt
On sale at office of ...
THB . . .
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
Oflce. - , .
& SON, Ltd.
near Fire Station
BTJRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
Corner King and Bethel streets.
PROPERTY FQR SALB
ti In All Parts of the City ti
Good Paying Business for Sale Cheap.
Two Lots, each 50x100, Kaplolanl Park
A Fine City House, good house large
lot. beautiful grounds, only f 5000.
To Let Houses In all parts of the cltv.
10 Head Fine Driving and Carriage
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
A Specialty !
FLAT TOP DESKS
FOR OFFICE USE
We also haVe a ,,
Flnellnc of . .
IN ALL SIZES
Hundreds in use in this il(y.
AND SEE THE DISPUY.
ERFECT TCLEPNONB 2000.
BINTING T Prepared to fill or.
RODUGED T ders until A p. m.
EOHPTLY ' Saturdays. . . .
rbo MERCAHTILE PRIMTINQ
Corner of Fort Street.
The ErenJm Dulletlu.'llt nn pet
oath. " ;KI