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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. II. T., WEDNESDAY, JULY 24 1901.
Oceanic Steamship Company
faa itcament t till line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
, FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
SONOMA ,..AUO. 7 SONOMA AUG. 6
MARIPOSA '. AUG. 17 MARIPOSA AUG. 21
SONOMA AUG. 23 VENTURA AUG. 27
ALAMEDA SEPT. 7 ALAMEDA SEPT. 11
VENTURA SEPT. IS SIERRA SEPT. 17
ALAMEDA SEPT. 2i SONOMA OCT. S
SIERRA OCT. fl ALAMEDA OCT. 23
ALAMEDA ., OCT. 19 VENTURA OCT. 29
SONOMA j OCT. 30 ALAMEDA NOV. 13
ALAMEDA ... NOV. 0 :
" Local Boat ' Local Boat
In connection with the tailing of the above teamen the agents sre pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through ticket! by any rail
road from San Franclaco to all point In the United State, and from New
fork by any ateamihlp line to all European porta.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. GL Irwin & CoB, Limited.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
St.amtrl of th atova con-panl.
cava inia port tn or aroui
For lapan and China:
NIPPON MARU JULY 24
PERU AUO. 1
COPTIC AUG. 9
AMERICA MARU AUG. 17
PEKING AUG. 24
GAELIC SEPT. 3
HONGKONG MARU SEPT. 11
CHINA SEPT. 19
For general Information apply to P. M. S. S. Co.
H. HrXCKFIBLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Caoadian - Australian Royal Mail Steamship Company.
4ar9iaraa ol tb. .bora Ilia, rooalar lo couicttoi wltk tba CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
itwaae Vinciimr, B. C, ml S-Hjr, N. S. W., aod calllnc al Victoria, D. C, Honolulu aoi Brlabaat
a DVB AT HONOLl'LV it aboi HI ilataatalow alalia tin
FROM VNCOUVBR ANO "KTOV
a-lcio.jb Iciuta loo.l Iroa Hom'olo ItCii.
..f . aa. al o.ral Int orzatlon, apply lo
Tlhco. H.Davlc&Co.,Lttiat Gsn'iAfecnte.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Do.
Direct Service betwein
NEV YORK AND HAWAIIAIj ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
S S AWbRICAN, 6,ooo tons, to sill about July 15.
, S. S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail -
.S CALIFORNIA, 6.oco tons, sails Irom NEW YORK June iG, will
load at PUGE r SOUND aoout AUGUST 20th for HAWAIIAN PORTS.
Freight received at company's wharf. 42dStrcel, South Brooklyn, at all times.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSE,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Lines of Travel.
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
' . THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York,
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-Ia-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent.
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK. General Agent.
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A..
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Co.
From and After January 1, 1S&9.
ITATIOK3. Dally D.II7
lOalrtarl) fa, Sim. ..'ir aa. Sua. Dally Dally
M AM AM PM. P.M.
oaolals .. 1 10 9.1, ri.o in. uo
PaaM CI'?,,.. f.ai g.! nut 'i.f 110
IvaMIJI.. . It 31 io.pS laioo 4:0s I110
tTalloaa 10.50 .... 4 41 ....
W.I. a. .. ,,,. nil .... im ....
Cabtfkn. ... ia:,a .... til, ....
(lav.rll aa Sal. Daily Dally Dallr
AN. AM P.M. ti(.
Kataaa , ,. fill .... ;o
Walllea 0,1. ,,,. kjg
Wai.na. tit. .... ,jg
l.aMIII s:so I4I l 4la
Paail Cry ft is t.os lit. 4'S
nr,l'ti v fill .s
F. C. SMITH. Gem'l Pass. & Ticket Agt.
G. P. DKN150N, Superintendent.
Wildcrs Steamship Gompdoy
FOR ISLAND PORTS
General Manager ot
r VqaiUble Lift As3Ud 8oei
01 the United States (or the Ha
Office, : Mediant St. v: Honolulu.
t will call at Honolulu ar J
in. aaict vtiow Di.rmauej,
For San Franeiseo:
COPTIC JULY 19
AMERICA MARU JULY 26
PEKING AUG. 3
GAELIC AUO. 13
HONGKONG MARU AUO. SO
CHINA AUG. 27
DORIC SEPT. 6
NIPPON MARU SEPT. 13
PERU SEPT. 21
"ROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANB
ot Victoria aod Vancourar (B. C.)i
MOANA JULY 31
MIOWERA AUG. 28
AORANGI SEPT. 25
13 Euror.. For t-ralftt ad
tines of Travel.
YOU CAN DO IT SOW
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group exctpt Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 $2.
Honolulu Office, Magoon Block.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for our message
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KING STREET LINE.
Car teave Vriilklkl for town at i.b.. 6 it a.m.
ni every h minute tlimafter til km, m.m ar.J
1141 P . iron w Kiki Eoi-une I'unariou bUMfk.
i-ari leave k Kanse ur rmaa wiicn lor ion at
ua M. an 4 every is minute Ihtreatier IM ti.Jl'.M
Car leave Fort an 1 Kltiir vrreti corner lor Calanu
at 6,io A.). an4 every ij minutes atier till it:s
Can leave for ralama only at i anJ jijo A M
Car leave I'a'an a for Wjiktkl vi a m. and cverv
tl mlnutst til 9 41 1' m , then at o.ij ani to 4) t'.tt
Tha i in p M irom Patama lor I'unahou only coei
to Walklklvn Saturday.
uari leave r on ana urns street corner ioi Kltle
Range at j ao ani ay a.m
Cars leave I ortani Klni? street corner tor Walk lit I
at 6.1,5 A. M, and every n minute till iooM'.m then al
io:)i ana n. j f . inc n.iS ?. coes U waikiki
Cars leave Punahuu Stable for To., At) p ar.J
for Ton and Valky at 3 41 S'JJ A 6:so 6"i 7 anJ
Cars leave Oah: College f-rtown and Villuv al
C'lo 6.50 and 7.10 A.M andevtr) loirlnutc till iu iu
p.m. except me even nourananair, nour cars wnich
run from the Stable.
Cats leave Nuuanu Vulley At 6' 10 6.jq 6 jo A,M and
eerv 1 minute thereafter till io:ti p.m.
Cars leavd lurt and Quien streets for I'unariou
Col lege at 6 oj 6 aj 6 j a M and every 10 mlnu'vs
aftL'r till q 4l'.M, Alter that the cars run t. the
MaMouptn i.-joP.M.whltliU'hiilaMcar from Town,
reaching the Stable at 11:10 p M. .
mmi ci)Maissnj!i mp
Cor. Fort nnd Queen Sts., Honolulu.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
,rvu n(S Amsricw D'7 $
Sfrt v Jucen BirdU.
Fino Job Printitig at the Bul
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA.
TURITY CO., LIMITED.
FORTY-FIVE CHOICE RF.3I
denco lota Just oponcrt to homp-seok-ors,
comprising a seven-acre tract of
land ndjnlnlng tho 1'unahoii ground?,
each lot facing on a good, broad, street,
nnd bounded by Wilder nvenue, Mct
calf nnd Dola streets. The land In It
self Is unquPHtlonably, usldo trom be
ing ilcsliablo on account cf ca3y ac
cess to and from tho city, tho best and
cheapest property yet placed on tho
marltct. Wlito streets, electric car line,
high and alluvial soil, besides being
situated climatically nne:.cclle,d.
Terms most reasonable. Those de
siring homes nil) do well by calling on
or filing their applications early. Only
applications Irom responsible parties
will receive recognition.
For full nnd complete particulars,
apply to the sales agents, ,32 King
street, mor Castlo Ai Cooke's. 'Phono
Main 141. P. O. Box 2G2.
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TURITY CO.. LTD.
Sheriffs Sale Notice.
In pu suance ot an exeot'oi Isiuid out
of the Second District Gout of Hjiv.IuIu,
Wand of Oahu, leirit ry of Hawaii, on
ths jid dav of July, A. D. lojt, In xt
Matter of M. S. Grlnbaum & Company,
Limited, vs. Man Suk, doing business un
der the nime of Chu Ylji Company, I
have, on tl.li 10 h day of July, A.D. (931.
levied u -on, and shall exptse for sale at
Public Auction, to the highest bidder, at
the Police Station, Kalaluua Hile, Hcno
lulu aforesaid, at 12 o'clock noon of SAT
URDAY, the 17th ilny ot August.
A.D. 1901, all the right, title and Interest
of the said defendant, Man Suk, doing
business under the name of Chu Yip Com
pany, in and to the following described
personal property, unless the jjdgment
amounting to Two Hundred and Seventy
and 7-100 dollars, t 270.07), Interest, cots
and my expenses are previously palJ.
Said property levied upon being :
A large quantity ot assorted general
merchandise, consisting of :
Men's coats, pants, shlrti, unJerwear,
lioje, shoes, etc.
Ladies' shirtwaists, underwear, shies,
Children's suits. nants. underwear. shn
Also a la-g- quintlty of dress stuff, call
cos, cottons, etc
And also a full llr.e of the following :
Sliawl, blankets, rugs, clocks, valNrs
belts, umbrellas, rubber shoe, ties bi s.
hindkerchlefs, (IU etc) ribbons, l.ini.
sllk, pupes, thimbles coiogn ., butto ,
p us, hair p!tn threid. combs, knlv-s
spoons, forks, toilet sj.ip, jewelry. WMtc -s
chains quilts, artlfical 11 iwcrs, campi r,
trunks an J other liu il;s, tone's nmqu to
nits, mirror, funs, su$p ender. tabls cov s
CHA. F. CHU.' INGWORTH,
9l-5t tVputv Sherlft, fer of Ha vj L
Notice lo Creditors.
Theunlcrslened havlnc teen J.ilir arpolnteJ al
mlnUtr.tor f.ttliea.'a'tuf Ga',ri;eMclnnltiltc a. A,
l.t-ol Ho ttlulu U.liu. No'kc ahrety elvrn 10 II
crci tor. to prewrnthir claim. aK.lnit li Utoue
Mc rmls. duly authentlcatei witn tro?rr vouchers, i(
anv exi.t. even It the clatm I. Murei by mong.i.a
upon real c.t.te. to Hie tnJer.UneJ, at his ofnee at
1 it Merchant .trret, Honolulu. Oahu. within l
month., tr id the J. e nt the fir.t publ.catlon turiot,
or iliey will te tnre.er t.rroi,
Honolulu. O.hu.Julv trj. ooi.
Mnlnl.trator ol the estate , I (jeorge Mclnnl.
lS8t-July J, 10 it ,4 11 Jece.wa
AXOTHKK RAILnOAl) STOKV.
Those renders of .McClurc'a who "pi-
wnya look ror n rallio.ul btorj" nml
theto nrc mnn of them, JudsInK from
the Utters reeeltcil will find a tnlv to
their lll.liu; In tho July uiiniLei-. I'l.vili
31. Spearmun, who Is cnnlng out 1
icpiitatlon In a hitherto unuorkid
field, conn Unites "Tho Striker's Stmy: j
How McTcrz.i Stoyp-jil the Bitlliti.'di
Riot." According to tho nuthor, "The
reputation of .llmmlo McTerzu Is a
classic among ,the sood men of ,Mc-'
Cloud;" and It Is likely that tho' hern.
will become a classic amung Mr. Spcur
man's readers. As tho Striker put Its.
"Ho I stho head of tho push." And afur
his Rliiglc-huniled fight against hun
dreds of strikers, one docs not wonder
that "roya Katu Mullenlx" but hy
"give nway" the piny?
CIIILDItCN'S WORST FOE.
Cht'drcn show symptoms ot tllscasn
liiiclicr than grown people, and nio
accordingly easy to treat for nil trou
bles. Tho worst foes of children aro
worms, but their presenco can bo read
lly detected nnd speedily removed.
When ,1 child becomes restlesa In
sleep, picks at IU nose, grinds Its
tetth, hus nn Inegulnr aputlto, Is tier
voucly lirltnhle, nnd has lud hrcuth, it
Is a victim of wonns' work. Theio U
Just ono way tn treat worms that la
to kill them. Don't wasto tlmo on any
other treatment, nnd don't wasto
money on nny other medicine, for
ICIcltnpoo Indian Worm Killer Is tho
safest, surest, promptest and mo3t per
manent relief from worms. Hobron
Drug Co., agents for Kichapoo Indian
The photogiaph of Franklin undr-l
Illumination, by lightning has been out
done as a hclentlllc marvel by 11 picture
of a bust of Claudo licmaril lighted
only by photobactcrla. The phosphor
escent orsanlsma Merc contained In
bouillon In suitable glass husks and an
exposure of suwral hourj was necei
sury. the" soft light produced being ex
traordinarily frco from both chemical
and heat ray, I'nder 0110 of these es
sols supported abuvo u book, reading
Is easy. Tho living lumps as now m.ido
by U. Hnphucl Dubois, of the 1'nlver
slty of Lyons, have an arrangement
fur injecting fUteied ntr us needed, and
last seerul veeks without change or
ir;icwal, Tho Illuminating power has
been consldcinbly lnci cased since the
beginning of the oxperlm"nts,
The Evening UulKlii, "3 cents pel
Instrument filed tor reco-d July 21. 1001.
Hirst Rnrtv Second Party C'ass
B,mk nf Hawll Ltd W C Achl I' U
HKKalnlaea llaiu Plt'n l.o S
LAThuriton WO Smith l A
Campbell lie, K Njlnotlua Hel
Plrneer Mill Co Ltd M AtcCann I)
D K Vaoi e II 1: WaLer L
Trs Lutialllo Et t G S Iva Pel
1 r V O Smith U L Piteiso.1 Rel
ittAmSiV& TrCo G SIIvj .,I'H
I) I. Peterson WOSml'li M
M G SUva A
J.Matalnal.v,J vf S C Allen , M
WCAchlTr SMKamaknul U
JHichnack WRbhlnele D
Wing Sing Co A N Carr nbeil Tr C M
W R Castle Ynng Cheok Rel
M P Amalu & hts W C Achl Affdt
LAhlborn Lewers &C';oke Rel
K.mlnlarl Est et al W C A.chi P R
S M Kamakanul W R C. le D
Instruments filed for record July 24, '931.
Poepoe et al
G F McLtod
W R Castle JrTr
Lam Wo Sing
U M ,t
I. 4, (
V da S Gojvela
RLCORDED JULY 12, 1901.
M Stlllman nnd hus to A II Fuller, to,
lulv 9, Q3i: lot 21 of RP 17, Ahurua.i
Walapuic.i, X Kohala, Hawaii, 5i8ao, j
yrs at 8 p-r cint. Book 2:0 page 418
Worg Shlng to Yte Lung 'I al Co B S,
June 1, 1901; Int In Yre Lung Tal Co,
Smith street. Honolulu, O.ihu. f-tiG 65.
Bonk 224 page 211.
R Kahlnuetal to Aani, L, Apr 30, loot;
R P 520). kul 82JI, Walplo, Hum, Oahu.
fd5, to yr.. Book 218 pag 432.
Lau Kum Chow to Wo-g ChocV She-,
B S. July 11, 1901: Hack No. 1O4. Honolu
lu, Oahu. 5228. Book 224 page 212.
O Sellers to Tr Oahu College. M, July
8, 1901; tot 5. block 3. College llllh Tract.
Honolulu, Oahu. I900, 2 yrs at 6 per cent.
Book 22O page 17C.
RECORDED JULY 13, 1001.
S I Shaw to O P Cix, Rel, July, 18,
1901; lots 2) & 24, Kallhl, Honolulu, Ojhu.
$130. Boo 199 page 237.
M S Azevedj to L King Chin, L, Ju'y
1, looii I'le'e land & bide-. L Una M, II j-
nolulu, Ojhu. 2$ yrs irom date at tioo.
Bok2l8 page 417.
I LI See Ah Lung lloo & hus to Lung
j H .j j , R p j j
: K mi0t, Kuh, Maul. 5toj. Hook $
jpj e ,,-,
, A t;a.le to 0 CnXi Re. June 25, lqal.
; 1 t 23 & 24 Kallhl. II moluiu, Oahu. J450.
"ok 102 pige jie,
Li See Ah l.unz II cm and hns to Ltimr
He;, U S. Julv "'; 'ettrhvlJ. bldgi
&c, Kam.ole Kuta, M u . .M o. Ho:k 224
Ah Kwal toL'Oiii-LJirjetal. B S. Apr
to, loci; j,iss,bt g c. Wnl 1l. iianalel,
K,j j:. f4C0. Hoo.i224pige 21.
T Gandall toV RCwtle Ir. Aftdt Pore,
Julv 12. iqoi; lots to, 11, iS.v iq, bluik
?, Kapahulu, Honolulu, Oahu. J480. book
226 p.Re 177.
The ship Henry Falling loads lumber
at the Sound for Sydney.
Tho Nippon Mam had tlSQ.Ou In
tieasurn In her strong box.
The name of the bark J. C. I'tlueger
In to be changed to Coronado.
The new four masted Imrfcentlno Ko
hala uas launched at L'ureka on the
The barkentlne Archer and the bark
Kaullanl arrived In San Francisco
from this port on the 1 1th.
The transport Thomas was schednl.1-!
to sail from Sai Francisco on the 23d.
She aoalil an he here un the 30th.
When the Nippon Mniu left San
1 Francltcn July 17th nono of the fol
lowing cs3uls had at rived there from
Hawaiian pom: baiks St, Katherlue,
SantlnRn nnd Diamond Head, ships
Mai Ion Chllcott nnd (icon,? Curtis,
buikentlnc J. C. I'lluegcr and schcoii
crs Maiy Wlnklemnn, Vine und (1 W
Tho bchooner Forest Homo which
I wn opected here from Callao with nl
1 irate, arrived very unexpectedly. In
5.111 Francisco ou tho l'-'Ui Inst. Her
owncra expected her to rome hero to
load sugar and caliluLJier captain to
I that effect. He thought the cablegram
'a Joke, however, and utiirued to San
I Francisco to find he hid made a mis-
I The new barkentlne Luhalna has
proved herself a fast boat. Ili-ccntly
on her maiden trip, she made the run
fiom San Fiuticksco to l'ort Hadlnrk In
eleven dajs, and most of tho tlmo Cap
tain Cnileson her commander, well
known hcie, nj the skipper of the
schooner Muriel, e.ija that at times
duilng the trip the easel mado twelw
knots, close hnulcd on the wind. Run
ning free, the cuptulu expects to get
fourteen knots out of her. She goes
to .Shanghai fiom the found with lum
ber The new bark James Tuft fmm Sc
Sttle for I'oit 1'lrle, had a very lough
time 0:1 her maiden voyage. She uas
reported at Sydney by the Uenn.111 ship
Euenem which spoke her on May X.
On April "9 tho Tuft iv.u onitnktu by
a .southerly gale, and on April 'M, ut 2
a. ni ihn lashings of the Ueckhmisc
were curried away, a poulon going
overboard; the lee rigging was shifted,
tearing nway the cabin plates and
btiulnlng tho lee outside tup of the ves
sel, causing her to le.ik; the Bkyball
lashed to the, deckhoiHO was ran led
uwuy. tho upper topsail yuid mis bru
ken, the topgallant nui.l sprung, th
loner topsail and (lying Jib carried
away, and other minor damage was In
flicted. The James Tuft was lumber
linleu. She will came here with coal.
Every Day Affords New Fioofs of tho
peculiar effects of I'AlN-Ktl.LlIlt. Iu
cases where a disordered condition of
the stomach, liver end bowels Is com
bined with grenr debility, nervoua
weakness, nnd Intense melancholy, Us
eftlfts arc most benellelal and wonder
ful. It should he kept by oiery family.
Avoid substitutes, there is but emn
raln-KUIer, Ferry Davis', 1'rlco lite and
Out-of-town subscribers to the Even
Inn bulletin are requested to send In
their POST OFFIGC addresses at
once, otherwise the paper will not bo
accepted for delivery by the post
AND INEPENLt.iCE MAKES
A SPLLrtDID SHOWING
Raco Leaves Much to be De
termined-on .Unlive Merits
of Dig Yachts Colum
Newport, R. I., July 12. Ths "if
lumbla again defeated the Constlt-itlun
In today's race by a margin In coiru-t-ed
time ot two minutes and nineteen
seconds, the Independoncc being one.
more last, after losing her topmast at
tho very start. The Boston yach:,
however, sailed such a icmarkably
plucky race after belns shorn of her
top gear that It Is generally believed
hue that she would have won today's
race but for the accident. For tucn
ty minutes after tho start she pallid
with the wreck of her club topsail
trailing nstein, while for six more she
wus motionless, luffed In thJ wind,
while the crew dialed away tnu tan
All thb time the other two jachit
were speeding along under nil Mil, yet
tho Independence was bcai-.M onlj
aivcn minutes and forty-two sctond
at the first mark, and tailed the second
leg In less time than cither of th
other yachts, although they carried
club topsails. In the run home the
two Bristol boats, under a great press
of sail, beat the Lausou boat a little
over four minutes In ten miles.
This lino showing of the Indepen
dence did not In iny wav detract 'rom
the Interest In the contest between the
two IIcrreshorT yachts. The Columbia
was novcr headed by tho Constitution,
but the new boat gavo the old one a
warm contest. The Columbia had the
best of both reaches, hut the Constitu
tion sailed the windward leg a mlntitt
and a halt taster than the old boat.
The result of the fcur contests be
tween theso three boats leaves much
to bo determined, nnd especially as to
their relatives merits In anything ex
cept light airs. Today's race was Bailed
In n tirtecn-knot wind, the northeaster
today being much stronger than tho
southu ester yesterday.
j:gg a la cdectiiclty nro not llablo to
become popular on restaurant bills of
Frank Hot ton of Marlborough. N.
V.. ni cot ding lo doctors, nto electrical
ly chrfrgod provender nnd Immediately
evinced n disposition to simulate light
ning and- strike everything In sight.
Four men, three physicians and two
weeks were required to euro him of
his attack or Indigestion.
Ho was In his kitchen getting ready
to fry eggs. A holt of lightning struck
tho house and toro a hnlo in tho cell
ing directly nbovo liorton'n head. His
houso had been struck twlco before.
no ho didn't get excited, hut went on
llo ntu n hearty meal nnd walked
down tn tho village. After standing
nround the comer grocery for a time
he announced thai lightning had
btriick IiIh hi), mo a few minuU'B before.
"Yes, nnd I don't teel very well," ho
Tho neighbors say that ho hnd hard
ly spoken tho would when crackling
green flames sprang from his hair, nnd
then In- started to Incak things.
FiiendH rcsttuliii'd him and railed
In tho doctors.
"Only tho olertrlelty working out of
his bstiin. nnntiuucPtt tho doctors.
"Look out ho don't nhnrt-rlrciilt him-
Holf." tried 11 bystander who had boon
un "Her in an electric light works. "He
might glvo somebody 11 Hhock."
For two weokH Morton Htruggk'd to
(radlcato tho electricity from himself.
Ills watch would not go. and, although
he fci'ls better now, old nails tacks
nnd ncedleB fly to him ns to n magnet
nnd with uncomfortabio force, ho nyg.
I'lilhioiaiiH say that whllo Horton
was unharmed by the stroku of light
ning, tho eggs ho ntn woru impreg
nated with eliTtrlcity, which hnd to
woil. out riomtfwny.
GROCERS SHOWN UP !
Ililo, Hawaii, Juno 7, 1001.
Dear Sirs: In my Innocenco I pur
cliaKCd hero In 1 1 llo a Jar of your I'ln
Mutiny l'lcklea (put up by Mrs. V. 0.
Kldd, Richmond. Va). It brought me
great trouble, and ono of thrco things
1. You must stop making them; or,
. 2. I must get them at less expenbo;
3. I'm 11 ruined num.
-Since my first venture l'vo had many
"Jars." My family from early morn cry
"l'lcklesj" neighbors ring tho door-bell
nnd shout "I'lckleB;" relatives visit mo
In expectation of "I'lckles." Your
pickles are my Nemesis. I'Icnso, Dear
Sirs, quoto them by tho Keg. Ilarrel,
Hogshead, Ton or Shipload, and "pro
Yours very truly.
To LewlH & Co ,
HONOLULU, T. H.
NOTICE TO MAP.INi'.KS.
Captain l M. Stokl.objo of the
iicl.oonei Honolulu icpuils tn lio My
drogrnphtc Olllcc that -m April L'S. i'lC
whllo en route to Lu'-.ilna fiom New
cattle, N. S. W., he miw hrenkeit In
latitude 7 degrees 33 minium 1 1- mltude
west 153 degicc3 VI mlnutei The
weather was clpar nnd th' bo.i nin'jotli
Tho captain watched ihn hrtukero for
an hour. The chrononvt-v aj 'oiiiitf
to be correct upon sighting Hawaii,
C. 0. 'JALKINd,
Lieutenant Commander, I'. S. N, iu
A. T. HAC.r.NCAMP. Mnnnfer.
Durinu mv awnce Irom the Terrlt rv
of Hawaii, I hae nppilnteJ W. Wright
and J. 1 . Wright mv at'ornrvin-facts.
iBoylw W W 'Pin"T
Parties vlsltlnc Lahalni on Mau csn
secure .unple and comtotiable rooms, baths
and shaving p3r,ers In comitction.
fc. u. AllLLtK, frop.
Former v McCann's. iSrvtf
DR. SLOGGETT will remove his
offices on the 1st of August to the cottage
on Aiauea St. formerly occupied by the
ate Dr. McKlbbon. immediately adiolnlnz
the Masonic Building and opposite the
nonoiuiu LiDiaiy. 1091-14
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM
Honolulu, Frank K. Thompson, Esq., (of
Mestrs. Maeomand Ihumpson) will act
for me under warrant ot Attorney.
Parties dcslru.g to communicate with
me personally, may send letters and tele
era nu to me care ot The London. Parit
and American Hank, San Francisco, which
will promptly lorward same.
lom-oot a. a. HuwrnKbis.
All persons are hereby warned not to
tresp si by hunting and shoot ug over the 1
Ijiijs t'uktlr imd Wrloinao, in Halolo '
Valley, and kalnla and Hamohamo, Wal
klKl. Persons so tttspasMng will be pro
secuted according to I iw.
by her Attorney In f ict,
J O. ClUTUR.
HONOLULU, 7 II.,
June 21st, 1001 1S71 imo
NOT I 13.
MUS. A. M. MKLLIS 1IA3 HUMOV
cr her Dressmaking establishment
from her residence, on Ueretanla street,
to her foimer place o! business on
Fort street, above the store of N. S.
Sachs Dry Goods Co.. Ltd., where she
will be pleased to seer iicr patrons.
All orders promptly attended to. Or
ders foraccordeun pleating taken at
MItS. A. SI. SIRLLIS.
Is hereby glen the undersigned ownr
of Mine-eighth (() share in Hie firm of
l.ln Hop Chan Co.. situate nt Aula
street. Honolulu, has on tho 13th day
or July sold his slid oneelghth (.)
shnro Iu said II rm to Kong Yee. All
assets nml llablllilrs duu to or Irom
said firm eve to bo assumed by said
Kong Yeo nnd said firm. All pinrtt or
!ii3: fiom said July 13, HiOl, 011 the
undersigned will not be entitled to or
assume of tho same.
CHUN CHUNO LUNC..
July 20. 1901. 1890 3t
On and after Julv uth.the"MOKOLll"
will sill evtty Monday at 5 p. m for Kal
aupapa, Wailau, Pelekunu and Halawa ,
returning will arrive in Honolulu early
Wednesday morning. On Wednesday at
Spin, she will sail for Lahalna, Kama
pad. Hukoo ai,d Kamaio. returning Satur
'Ihe "LEHUA" will sail Tuesday at 5
P. m. for Kaunakakai, Kahalepalaca, La
nama, Kaanipjli, Kamal and Hukoo.
02-lw WILUriH's STEAMSHIP CO.
When you take a llfo insurance policy
you want ab.ioluto protection, nsldu
and distinct from your investment
You do not want '.ho life Insurance
company to put your money In a sugar
plantation In which you havu already
Invested. If the sugar plantation falls,
your llfo Insurance -jollcy Jails of Its
purpose. It )ou want l) Icavu all your
money In tho Islands, iucst It your
self; If yu want life Iiuuranco put
It in a good company, Incorporated un
der the luns of a State which does nqt
permit a llfo lusurance company to
speculate In sto;ks or to loan thi
policy holdcra" monuy on wheat and
corn fields, Tho Oermanla Llfo In
surance Co. of New York has moro
assets for each $1000 of insurance In
forco than any other company In the
The liso of the Singer In millions of
homes shorts the unprecedented suc
cess of these ideal sewing machines.
It Is convincing proof thnt the Singer
excels In all kinds ot family sewing
and art needle worti. All our sewing
machines aro of the best construction,
beautifully decmated, and are mounted
on selected woods In finely finished
cabinets of artistic design, n, Iter
gersen, agent, IG',4 Dethel street, P. O
Wank bonks of nil sorts. ledgers, etc,
manufactured by tho Uulletlu Publish
At Uw entrance
tn ll Famous
12W to f,
". tb. J
vtifcaeo tn thi
Worfd- - -
ISUND LF MAUI.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and.MoanaeaUl
CO , LTD.
r KWO STUttT.
When y oq Wanting
RIMO DP TKK. .
Livery, Boardnc and
Sales Stables, : : :
: sis roar street.
BUbto 'Phono, 47T
Hack Stand 'Phonal SIB aaalTf j
O. H RKUZHA.
Dra lor Freight
Our representative ejects alt Incom
lug steamers from the Contt, and we
check baggage on all outgoing stoora
While mi B!uk Sol F Stk,
Ofllco with Hvcnlns Bulletin, 210
King street Tel. St.
w. hbski, iii'r.
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and BUdc Sand
( In Quantities to Suit,....
BXCAYATIKG - CORIKID
CORAL AITO SOU W VOL.
Dump Carts furnished by tfca Day on.
Hour's Kotioa. .
H. R HITCHCOCK
Queen St., Opposite Uulua.Eto4Ca.
HENUY ST. COAK.
Members Slock and licoi ExdaMfs.
AND DUALnilS IK
Particular attention eivta to pur
chaso and sale ot Uawaliaa laaar
Stock. Loans Negotiate.
Eastern and Farcisa fltaelai aad
Uonds. ' ' .
408 California 8U, 4
W. C. ACHI & CO. '
Brokers A: Debtors
Wo will Duy or Sell Eial Estate la
all parts of the croup.
AYo will Bell I'ronerttaa en Roaaoa
"IFFICE. 10 WEST KlHK STitnt
DAVID DAYTW, j
Real Estate Broker,
223 MERCHANT $.
Property In town aa asbairta, aal
HOUSES TO UBC..,
A. C. LOVEKjtf
STOCK AND B0XDBR05i i
niiAh cbiarii anv 5
Stock and Bond Bro
Member ot Honolulu Stock Ss
Office Queen Street, Opposii