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Yiltr EEMlNCi 'BULtBTlfJl . IIONoXlW'rl, I.,' FfclbAY, O'CfOPim 26, tgoo.
PER S, 3. QUEEN,
Carriage Painting $ Repairing
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS CO., LTD.
Jas. F. Morgan
11 83 Queen Stresv
Horses and Colts
SATURDAY, OCT. 27,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
it the Honolulu Stock Yard Co., comer
of South and King streets, I will sell at
Public auction about 20 head of horses and
Duke Spencer's Colts
Some of them have
jas. f. morgan,
Property at Kesalo
AT 12 O'CL :ck
At my Siles'oom. 12 Queen street, I
vi:i sell at Public Auction, valuable Ware
house Property on Kawalahao street, Ke
wnlo, known as lots 3 and 4 of Block 7
The lot has a frontage of 100 ft on street
and Is 100 feet deep.
Deeds at purchaser's expanse. One
half of purchase money can remain on
Upet Price fr.Soo.
Morgan's Salesroom, 33 Queen St.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 31,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
Henry Dayis, Esq.
3 77100 s,and
By order of the Clrcjlt Court of the
Flrt Judicial Circuit, I shall expose for
sile at public auction on Saturday, the
loth day of November, A. D. loco, at 12
o'clock noon, at the salesroom of James F.
Morgan, n Queen street, Honolulu, to the
highest bilker Air cish, the following de
scribed leasenold of valuable real estate.
That large lot, originally three lots, and
no-storv frame dwelling house, formerly
the res dence of the late Mr. James DoJd,
fronting on the new beach road and the
sea shore, a little on the town side of John
Ena's place, the lease of which has 47
vears to run from September 1st, 1000. The
annual rental Is $187.50, payable semi
annually in advance, and Is paid to
March 1st, loot. The building Is Insured,
taxes prepaid, the water rates paid to Jan
uary 1st, 1901.
Upset price ffiooo. Terms of the sale
CASH, U. S. Gold coin. All expenses at
the expense of the phrchaser.
The above sale Is subject to the confirm
ation of the Court.
For further Information apply to the
undersigned, or to Jas F. Morgan, Auc
tioneer. R. W. CATHCART,
Executor of the will of James Doddle
James Hakuole will ocupy the pul
pit In Kawalahao church 8unday even
ing. His subject will be: "Profes
sional men who have been connected
with Kawalahao church. This will
be tho first of tho courRe of subjects
to be treated In connection with the
seventy-fifth nnUersary or the church.
Mrs. Turner (Mele Kuke) will sing
a solo and then a duet together with
1N THE POLITICAL WHIRL
PolonliiK In the text of the campaign
none iriulrri-il by tho 'Itixcdo Quartet
nt the rally last night:
Hobby Wilcox a In Washington
That ho Is n ery great big gun.
Who la ii gun? Hobby Wilcox! Hobby
Who Is ii gun? Hobby Wllrox! Hobby
Who In n gun? Hobby Wilcox; he'a a
What kind of a gun? A blamed old
"son of n gun."
Would ou think that one gas tank
Such a wondrous man, so wise, so bold?
Who's n gas tank? Hobby Wilcox!
Who's u gas tank? Hobby Wilcox!
Who crawled In the tank? Hobby Wil
cox ironical Inlhe tank.
Crnnleit In what tank? Hojby's safety
Hobby Wilcox claims he Is a Prince.
Now Hawaiian bojg you need not
He Is the Prince! Hobby Wilcox! Hobby
Who Is the Prince? Hobby Wilcox!
Who Is the Prince? Hobby Wilcox Is
Prince of What? Wllrox, Prince of
Just to work his Bchemc?, of you ho
Don't put up a cent. He'll pull jour
Ho'll pull whose legs? The Hnwallans!
He'll pull whose legs? The Hawallans!
He'll pull whose legs? The Hawallans!
Pull their legs.
He'll pull whose legs? Pull yours. You
"I'a Man ke Ha o ka Alnn I kn ronaj"
Is the motto the Republicans are wear
ing on their hatB now. rbc yellow rib
bons upon which these woiuS and the
American and Hawaiian Hags have
been stumped, were very freely distri
buted to Republicans yesterday.
J. A. McCandless put up $100 against
$23 of Captain Campbell and J. S. Mar
tin on the general result of the elec
tion on the .Mainland. His standard
bearer Is William McKluley,
John Mitchell says Alabama Is going
Independent this time.
It Is said that 290 stand has been do
ing some pretty rapid betting today.
They are of the belief that Sam Par
ker will be defeated. There are some
Republicans who are looking for just
this kind of a snap and It Is for that
reason this llttlo paragraph Is Inserted.
Herbert Mossman (Democrat and I,.
h. McCandless (Republican) held the
fort In front of Honolulu Halo this
morning. They gathered nbout them
qulto a crowd of listeners but their
only arguments pertained to beef.
There will bo an Important meeting
of the Uxecutlvo committee of tho Uh
district committee and the precinct
chairmen of that district In headquar
ters tills evening at 7:30 o'clock. Kvery
member Is expected to be present.
Republicans will go iown tho road
today to make u tour of the Island.
ADDITION TO POST OFFICE
It Is stated by Postmaster Oat that
the addition to the Post litTlce will bo
ready for occupancy In about a month.
Tho lower floor will n devoted to the
work of stamping letters and the like.
In the mauka, V.wu, corner will be
I.ouls Keuaka's olllce.
The registry department will bo
moved from the old building to the
upper floor of tho now building and
Mr. Oat will havo his olllce In the va
cated part. In the Walktkt end of tho
new building will be tho oftlccs ot jlio
acting Inspector In charge and the as
sistant superintendent of the railway
The various star routes in connection
with th epost office are now being con
traded for. One has already been ar
ranged for. This la the route over tho
Pall to Heela.
The post office hoa just received ad
ditional service equipment such as bags
and the like. These have already been
put in use.
Bxempt From the Stomp Tax.
Washington, Oct. 15. The Con
mlSBloner of Internal Rovenuo has de
elded that certificates ot nomination
for public offices, such ns are required
by somo of the States, and all papers
or Instruments relating to the exercise
of the elective franchise, are exempt
from stamp tax.
Coolest corner In town 1 1 1 at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s soda fountain. We fan
you while you drink,
for additional Shipping News see seventh page.
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New Moon on tho 23d ut 2:37 a. m.
Hawaiian Standard Time Is 10b, 30ni
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of tho mcr .Ian of 157 30. Tho
time whistle h .ws at 1:30 p. in.,
which Is the me as Greenwich Oh,
Tides from tho United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides at Knhulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
Weather Bureau, 1'iinahou, October
20. Temperature Morning minimum,
"2; Midday maximum, 79.
Hnromcter nt 9 a. m. 30.03, Irregular.
I)cw Point 07 F.
Humidity nt 9 o. m. 59 per cent.
: Diamond Head Signal Station, Oc
tober 20. Weather hazy; wind fresh
Thursday, Oct. 25.
Stmr Kilauea Hou, McAllister, from Pa-
HrlJay, October 20.
Am schr Robert Leweis. Underwood.
from Port LuJIow.
Stmr Walaleale, Green, from Elcele.
Stmr Kauil, Bruhn, from Kauai and
Nllhau; 250 G & R sh'ep.
Wednesday, October 24.
O. S. S. Zeaiandla. Dowdall. for San
Sen Surprise, for Nawlllwlll, Koloa,
bleele, Hanapepe, Makaweli, Walmea and
Stmr Keauhou. Mosher. for Eleele.
Stmr James Makee, Tullett, for Kapai.
Am bk Fresno, Peterson, for the Sound
Friday, October 2C.
Stmr Noeau, Wyman, for Lahalna, Ho
rokaa and Kukulhaele.
Stmr M.iuni Loa. Slmerson. for LjIuI-
Stmr Upolu, Dalton, for Honolpu and
U. S. A. T. Grant, for Manila.
Fr m Kauai, per stmr Kauai, Oct. 26.
11. wolter. apt. spencer, iev. u. K,
Emerson, H. R Wood and 8 on deck.
For Maul and Ituvall ports, oer stmr
Mauna Loa, Oct. 26. G. C. Beckley,
Mrs. Klllnahe, S Nowlen, J, B. Lyons
and wife. E. Kruse. C. K. Tout. T. C.
Will's, Miss Wills, Mrs. L. Johnson, Miss
Uurao and sister. John Tav lor. wife and
child, Ako, R. K. Pahau, D.W. Ander
son, M. F. Scott, W. L. Decota and wife,
Jiatt Mcuinn. w. A. Wa II. Mrs. h. Ka-
uhane, Mrs. C. R. Lindsay. W. J Lowrle
and wife, Mrs. A. W. Neelv and 2 child
ren, J. J. Parmalee. H. Woltrrs, Miss. VI.
E. Alexander, Miss Wight. Miss S. Ka-
mauoha, W. A. Hardy, L. T. Peck. C R.
Lendsav, E. K. Makabishl, J. K. Nahale,
P. McGlnnis, W. J Nahale and bride, II.
Harrison, Okau and Al and wife
iiYiVfVnViiiiVirVi. E21 to carry
S MAGIC 3: J: f;totake
HFIttWr.F E-Zway to
sn-H.n5Ls euro a hoad
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MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTENTION OF
FORECLOSURE AND OF SALE.
Notice Is hereby given that pursuant to
tne power or sale contained in mat certain
mortgage dated May 20th, 1807. made bv
J ihn K. U. Kuaana.of Honolulu. Island of
Ualiu, viortgagor to u. it. uisliop, u M.
iiyue, . iw s-ooKe, j u. -aneranu a.
M. Damon. Trustees under the will of R
P. Bishop, deceased, of slid Honolulu,
Moitgogees and recorded In the Registry
of Conveyances In Honolulu In Liber 170,
naee 120 10 111. me mongagees menu 10
foreclose the mortgage for condition
broken, to wit; the non-payment of prin
cipal and Interest when due.
Notice Js likewise given that the proper-
4-w jsnweABlj'4 lai awitt t-n Aft riteinal till iSar. atnl1
at public auction at the auction rooms of
james r. morgan, uueen sircci, nonu
lulu, on SATUHDAY. November 24, 1900,
at 12 o'clock noon. The property covered
by said mortgaged consists of:
First All these two pieces or parcels
of land containing an aggregate areaol
4.16-100 acres, situate at Italawa. on the
Island of Molokal,and being all the land
described In and granted and confirmed to
Kaluau by Royal Patent No. 1491, Land
Commission Award No. 8930.
Second. All those two certain pieces or
parcels ot land situate at Wallau. Ill Kelu,
on the Island of Molokai, containing an
agregate area of 910 Square Fathoms, and
being all of the land described In Royal
Patent No. 2120, Land Commission Aw,ard
No. 4808 to Mahlmahl.
J. O. CARTER,
S. M DAMON,
Trustee under the will of B. P. Bishop,
Termss Cash U.S. Gold Coin. DeeJs
at expense of purchaser.
For futther particulars apply to Holmes
& Stanley, Attorneys for Mortgagees.
Dated Honolulu, October 25th, 1900. 1
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If (iwi tint vnt tmtrnon; m twmt two
tat:tfut i ifd'i cut , 4fi tint tuv uttt,
anJ to ttnlt cut montt. Jhit a If't tttiHtt 4ir
titint tvtt oftttJ tkt fitcfiti f lhtiu.
The Fort Employment
it KINO STREET, 'Ph'omi Main ,1,
HELP WANtfcU, "TSTTtTAf ION WANTED
rurnran Conk Vo
p la do Miltrwvrk,
ninth, roirJ ani room!
wife lor wattilng nJ
Amrrkan boy at drlrr
hiruitmiti Atin ft diy,
wlft makf ibout Sit r'
month (ilvf tnuft Ii
Japin by or Chi
nue, centr) Mrvani,
ttfat cf of one horse.
$) wk, borJ nJ room
Jr.AT.fftt flrt fooV 56
ek, boif J mi room
Japanevt or Ch'ne
first c ok, Ito ft month
board inJ room
J ran woman hnuse
mali) anJ lltflt watfitn
fa )o wtfk, toari anJ
Jipantfc yarJ boy. Si
wffk, r-oirJ nJ room
Amiflcanboy, about ti
ar oli at Irrk ani
Salesman clear ttore, f
br cklatr. tumbrrwoiki
1 commonTtk Store boy
J a pant woman at
tint ctatt cook, $3 wtfk
ChlnaM family cooV,
yard toy ani stable boy.
mplors furnish J
roucti our tgtnty
will ttr.c.lvcJ ni
pul Jwn nn our
CMPLCrtLPS OF III IP REGllTrR WITH
R W ATKINSON, tf MrWCIIANT ST,
RARC1AINS IN JEWTLSY-you cm fft Hum it
- M f iic-A 101 iio-n
nj rnllrcHnK dnne.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS Th Union Eiprtlt Co
hit WHITh SAND KOH SALE tuilf
WANTm To itnt lurnlthcJ hou, d". h,
RftoJ orpnrtunlly lor pirtl fnlnir wav 10
wcure Ai Imint Cll or ilJrtx L. a. GUI, Ht
puHc.iti ClfllC. iCti-io
WANTED-A HIjM whllt boy to lirn tookt
MnJers lr4, about 14 or ijycsrioU ln
qulr al ihli olfict. 1M1 II.
UOUSES rURNISIIED or UNFURNISHED.
DOOMS IURNISIIED or UNTL'RNISHED
HOUST WITH 1 10 7 ROOMS ani STADLE
R. W ATKINSON, . MERCHANT. PEOPLE
NEMPLOYFI) REGISTER AT ONC'I.
ATKINSON. 41. Hf HCIIANT NT.
PrOPLE'S EXPRESS OFTICT.
ANTED Mce co'tje;of 4 or 3 room furnUhid
lor noustMrpinc Jirrt , tun onice.
WANTEO-A NICE 1 AROE ROOM IN PR'VATE
fmltv about block from Fort and HuM
fttrtett Addrttt "C. At., ihlt office. tocytw
XANrED-rNr.HAVING ANI) ENAMEUNO,
VV M F. LUCAS, w Hout st. ifn
WANTED-THIRTY MEN-HACKMENi-for the
Hawaiian Automobile Company Inttt'leent
men of hteady htblt. whh (food reference, only re
quired Knowledge of treet a necessity. Younc;
men preftrable. Preliminary Instruction In training
Khoot uhtn whllt under salary; uniform furnished
atfttAt, food wajtes. Apply personalty to Manaver
Hawaiian 'utontobMe Company, at Kpld Transit
Compinv't office, 411 Tort street, between g and to p
or man, iiox f p. wwmi
ANTED-A HOUSEKEEPER at the WalVlkl
I n n, 164 $
1 ANTED-WATCHES to repair by jeweler of 11
G. Dlfcrz, 4tr Nuuanu St
ID PAPERS TO EXCH INGE (or clun Cot-
ton Kes. Appply al lljll.lln Uliii. 13f4.ll
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
Oy.tera rvJ n tht ahtll only 1
famous Ham and tee Sandwiches ani Coffee
Nuuanu ani H)t' tutti. DICK DALY, Proprlttor,
COR RENT Too rew brick storei. belt location
In tlw city, 1 rench plate show windows. In ulr
at trie New Lnglanl llakery, Hold ht itTi-tl
FOR RENT Slnjle lurnlshed room, S 00 a month
Inoutra tlikk Houie. Nuuinu St.. above ln
FOR RENT-A lame nicely Tu nlihed Front Room
suitable (or two with board. 446, Punchtowl St
XELL Furnished moms, with board. Selton
e House Ynunr dtrrel. near I'llkol toigmt
f OR SALE.
rrOK SALE 1x6 T. &G. 1x4 T Ji G. flooring:
r ,,, ,oN. W., ss'dessurlaced R. W. Sh'ncl...
cheap Wa klkl, corner il Kins street and Insane
AolumRtad Call at slog a.m., la to 1, J 107
p. m. 1011-iw
COR SALE $ too. furniture ol e-roomed coltace
a near towrt, with privilege or rentinir cottaee,
WILLIAM SAVIDGU & CO..
et6 Merchant St.
TIIEbitltwo loniclrar In town Is lha LURLINE
1 to b had at the Myrtle Clear Store next toOr
rn.um. All kinds ot 'wanna cigars a specialty
CORSALE-A NICE MODERN COTTAGE wllh
Hull and shade trees. Comer Anapunl and Do
minis streets. Iiooocash. Balance In easy Install
ments. App'y next door toJ H.Cummlegs. i6gt(
COR SALE LOTS In falama near town. All sites
a and bices. Apply to
Jam savidgg t co..
eoo Merchant at.
COR SALE J4000. Leasehold on Quien s'reil.
near nunoiuiu iron nioiKS. .4 c,s to ,un
Splendid Warehouse Location.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE. & CO..
too Merchant street
COR SALE A pa'r o( black coach horses lormerly
I the property ol Wm. CJ Irwin, fcs. Apply to
james x.any, American siacics, wercnaw ana ixicn
FOR SALE Lots joxioo In Nuuanu tract rj down
io per month. J. H Schnack, aaj Merchant
LANDS IN AIL PARTS OF THE
By J M VIVAS iiJ.
LOST-DRAFT No 64jdrawn on Alexander Si Bald
win ry Hawaiian Sugar Company, In (avor o(
1. D. Qreany (or Ji8o, has been lost and all persons
are cautioned against negotiating same.
iK.wi ALEXANDER & BALDWIN.
I OST Solltate diamond rlnr In the vlclnltv nl the
Hawaiian Hotel, Sunday night, Sept. ei. I Inder
j Stplii,"i'"""" '-' "'"' """' "" ""'"tuXi
I OST a gold enameled pin; monogram U. S., 06
L. in crimson and gold. Finder please return 10
this office and receive reward.
FOUND A line surf board marked "B" was found
near the Dell Buoy this morning. Full In, f n
atlon can be had at this oftici by paying costs of ad
PUND A BUNDLE OF BLACK CRAPE on Hotel
street opposite the Arlington Owner can obtain
same at this office by paying (or this advertisement
PUND, receipt for Postal Savings Dank Book,
No. 618 B. Owner can obtain same by calling
I this office and paying for this advertisement.
Abruzzl PlndH to Poll w Andree.
New York, Oct. If. A cable to tho
Sun from London Bays: A dispatch to
the Mail from Rome says that the Duke
ot Abruzzl la planning an Improved
typo of haloon for use on Ills next po
lar expedition. A mtlltury haloon, in
which he recently took a oyage, prov
ed to ho tiueless for his purpose,
The Ideal bicycle
CALL and see them at
E. O. HALL
King street, next to Bulletin Office
I. X. L.
Has made another
Big Reduction in &
Bedroom Sets, Sideboards. Tables, Chif
foniers. Chairs. Rockers. Baby Carriages
Bureaus. Ice Chests and Refrigerators.
American and Hawaiian Flags, Etc.
Jjmt Selling Agents for
MACNEALE lr URBAN
FIRE and BURGLAR
S. W. LEDERER, Propr.
On - 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 perscriptbns to us to be.
filled. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Jajmnete in both
White and Fancy,
Mattlng Rugs ,
of all sizes.
in Blue and Write.
in large variety.
Lewers .& Ooote,
Set of 5 mops, $2.00
50 CENTS EACH
On sale at office of . . .
THB . . .
Fine Job Printing at
for laJles use
near Fire Station
BTJRNETTE fj DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
Corner King and Bethel streets.
PROPERTY FOR SALE
it In All Parti of the City tl
Gool Paying Business for Sale Cheap.
Two Lots, each 50x100, Kaplolanl Park
A Fine City House, good house large
lot, beautiful grounds, only $5000.
To Let Houses In all parts of the cits.
10 Head Fine Driving and Carriage
Fine Job Printing at
HONOLULU DRUG CO.,.
A Specialty !
FLAT TOP DESKS
- Call and see Jiem.
We also have a
Fine line of . . -
IN ALL SIZES
Hundred) m use in this city.
AND SEE THE DISPLAY.
EBFECT TELEPMONB 2000.
HINTING i Prepared to till or.
RODUCED T ders until 4 p. m,
ROMPTLY ' Saturday
fhe MERCiHTILE PRINTING
Corner of Fort Street.
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