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EVENING OTLLETIN, HONOLULU; H. T., TUUnSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1901
- MANY KINDS - -EXTRAORDINARYrPRICJES
Weather Ilureau, l'unabou. August
I. Temperature morning minimum
3: midday maximum, S3.
Hnrometer at 9 a. m. 30.02. Rising
Dew Point 64F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 59 per cent.
H T ! of dol'sr and a quarter Corsjts for
,H AT ! of two dollar Corset- for
H AT ! of three dollar Corsets for
Columbln, 1001 Chalnlesa
Columbia. Chain Wheel
B. O. HALL &
PAUL R. ISUNBERG,
CHAS. F. HERRICK CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
I2G MERCHANT STREET.
Next to Stangenwald Bldg.
Surreys, Pli3etns, BupLies, Road Wagons, Delivery
Wagons, Drays. Nobby Buggy .ind Surrey Harness,
with Genuine Rubber, Nickel, or Immitation Trimmings
Collars, all kinds and sizes. Ale Grease, Chamois Skins,
Sun Shades, Wool Mats Washers, Dash Lamps, Feather
Dusters, Hair Tassels, Harness Oil, Bits, Sponges,
Whips, Horse Brushes, Harness Soap, Harness Dressing,
Tie Ropes, Carriage Lamps, Lap Robes, Etc. : : :
GOODS PERSONALLY SELECTED BY C. FwHERRICfcON HIS
RECENT TRIP EAST.
Columbus Buggy Co.
GoU Medal, Paris Exrosltlon, 1900.
CCS80N8 FROM SHERLOCK.
TU mtthods used by Sherloelc
TloJmfi!, the great llctlonal detectle,
iavc so Impicssed the authorltUs ot
iMssillon, O., that they have provided
the police with books telling of the.
treatest achievements td Holmes, says
the Pittsburg P"t. The odlcers nro
under Instructions to apply the Holmes,
irlnclples In all cases possible,
Accordingly, when U was reported
that a trunk had been broken open and 1
IS5 stolen at John, Stevenson's bonrd
irg houso the other day, OHlcer Sea
man proceeded to Investigate nlong
He found tint the brass hasps se-a-urlug
the trunk Ud had been severed
" Ith n sharp Instrument.. None was in
the vicinity. The landlord was asked
.... ..... II. ..-.wl....,1 ..r.
flom aUcoa,house wTeri,,wTe
always kept It.
1 hero were small paitlclcs ot brass
on tho blade and It Just fitted the cut
in the trunk.. Tho olllcers argued that
If a robber had committed the crime
Sn would not have lugged away an, axe.
Therefore they derided It must have
icen the landlord. When they arrested
Jim he was so amazed at their lino
at reasoning that he admitted his guilt,
lie ut now In jail.
Diamond Head Road Accepted.
Superintendent and Assistant Super
intendent of Public Works J. II. Iloyd
ind Marston Campbell went over the
Diamond Head road yesterday to In
vjicct Bame In behalf of tho govern
vent. It was found that contractors
Vincent & Uelser had fulflljed the
jequliements of their contract In every
particular and tho road was accepted.
J. llatchelor, who has been the in
tpeclur of weights and measures at tho
jollce station for years and who now,
according to the appropriation bill, Is
Til ellccnso Inspector, moved Into his
3w quarters In the Treasury Depart
sue. nt office In the Capitol today.
C. F. HERRICK,
J. A. McKeppon
FINE HORSE BOOTS
Gold MeJal, P.nl Expusltlon, Jtoi.
Sheriff's Sale Notice.
In pursuance ot an execution lsu;d out
of the Second District Gout of Honolulu,
Mand of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, on
the 3rd day of July, A. D. lO'ji, In rr
Matter cf M. S. Grlntuum Si Company,
Limited, vs. Man Suk, doing business tin-
Ider the nme of Chu Yip Company, I
""' "" "'" u UJV ul JU1 " "-,ul
lvieJ upon, anj shjll expose for sale at
Public Auction, to the highest bldJer, at
the Police Station, Kalalctua Hilt, Hono
lulu afcresald, at 12 o'clock noon of SAT
URDAY, the 17th tiny ot Auftuttt,
A D. 1901, all the right, title and Interest
of the said defendant, Man Suk, doing
business under the name ot Chu Yip Com
pany, in and to the following described
! "T. ' JjKn.nt
amounting to Two Hundred and Seventy
and 7-loa dollars, 270,07), Interest, costs
and my expjnses are previously paid.
Said property levied upon belnsj :
A large quantity ot assorted general
merchandise, consisting of :
Men's coats, pants, shirt , ur.Jerwear,
hose, shoes, etc
Ladles' shirtwaists, underwear, slices,
Children's suits, pants, underwear, shoes
Also a Urge quantity of dress stuff, call
cos, cottons, etc.
AnJ also a full line of the following :
Shawl, blankets, rugs, clocks, valises
belts, umbrellas, rubber shoet, ties, bows,
hindkerchlefs, (silk etc.) ribbons, laces,
silks, purse, tiilmbles, colognes, buttons,
p ns, hair pins thread, combs, Knives,
spoons, forks, toilet soap, jewelry, watches
chains, quilts, artlrlcal flowers, camphor,
trunks and other tnnks, towe's, mosquito
nsts, mirror, fans, suspenders, table covers
CHAS. F. CH1LLINGWORTH,
pet Deputy Sherlft. Ter. of Hawaii.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
Diamond Html Signal Station, Au
gust 1. Wenthir cloudy; wind light
Thursday, Auk. 1.
Str. Knuilant, Doner, from Hawaii
Str. Jas. Makee, Tullctt, from Kattal.
I'. M. S. 8. Peru, lMllsbury, from San
11 r. en. Kinross, Locke, 112 days
from Cardiff, Wales, with coal for U.
Wednesday, July 31.
C. & A. S. 8. Moana, Carey, Tor the
Str. Walaleale, l'lltz. for Kauai.
Thursday, Aug. 1.
Am, bk. II. P. Rlthct, .McPliall, tor
Hr. sp. Republic, Dnlc, for the
Sound In ballnBt.
Am. bk. Ceylon, Wilier, for I.nysan
Am. sp. Elwell, Ellis, for the Sound
BAILING THIS AKTERNOON.
P. .M. 8. 8. Peru, lMllsbury, for the
Orient, at 10 p. m.
Str. Hanalcl, Pcucrsen, for Malta
well, at 5 p. m.
Str. Iwalanl, Greene, for Elccle, Wal
inea and Nlhail, at 5 p. in.
From Kauai per btr. Jas. Mnkee,
Aug. 1, .Mrs. Mary Marsh, Mrs. Ah
Chuck, .Mrs. Illmo antr i deck
Prom San Prunclsoci, per S. S. Peru
Aug, 1 Kor Honolulu Miss Alice Ry
t croft. Dr. Geo. Herbert. Lieut. II. I)
i Pendir, Mrs. Pender and Infant, Wm,
Uliniy, II. It. Denway, A. II. Renton
' S. Parker, J. Parker, Mist Daley, Dr.
I W. Thornc II. 0. Eilcrs C. II. Ames.
Miss N. E. Lnmbjttrs. Cecil Uroun, W
II. Dickson, Miss Irene Dickson, Miss
J. J, Seavcr, Miss Lillian Claypool.
E. Parker, Mrs. M, Kcohoknlole, A.
1 Herbert, S. D. Carr. A. White. Miss 0.
Von Roat, C. Wnclelsen. P6r Kobe
Mrs. P. H. Mc Cauley, Miss E. Potet.
Dr. C. P. Held. Dr.' J. D. Ross. Kor
Nagasaki Mrs.-M, Johnson. Dr P. Pal
mer, Mrs P. Palmer and Infant, J. M.
Truby. Kor Hongkong T. J. Hovell,
Mrs. T. J. Hovell and Infant, P. Ilaln
hardt. Mils M. M. Dayi-r. S. I). Hcallck.
Miss L. Wallnce, W. 'Walsh, Capt. D
II. Ward, A. Wendelen Dr. II. Lnufcf,
Mrs. R. S. McDougall, L. Mnynnrd. W.
Ford, Russell Harper, J. S. Herman,
A. II. Ingram,
For San Francisco per Am. bit. II. P.
Rlthct, Aug. 1. Henry M. Jones and
wife, Miss K. Clarke, A. T. Mngulre
and wife, Miss May Johnson.
Kor Vancouver, per C.-A. S. S. Mo
lina, August 1 J. M. Dowsctt, wife and i
tthree children, Mrs. T. II. Ho
bron, Mrs. S. Thompson, J. F. Morgan,
W. F. Dunn, A. McKlbbln, Mrs. Dow
sctt, A. R. GulIarhbon,,Mrs. Sarah P.
Felcherson. C. V. Smith, Miss Delia
Grlswold, Mrs. Clapham, Mr. and Mrs.
Dennlson, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McLen
nan, Elizabeth Mackenzie, W. J. Low-
rte and wife, Chris. Hustacc Sr Miss
Hustnce, H. Shark, C. T.' Conrad. R. C.
Lydecker, J. E. Pope, Mrs. Ellis, A.
Holmes, Allan White and wife, P. II.
C. Ryan S. It. Ramsay. It. Loughtcr.
E. dc Sllva. C. D. Drown, Manl. Rao.
D. C. Spencer.
BROOKLYN BRIDGE BREAKS
New York, July 21. Thcro was a
break today In the structural steel
works of the Urooktyn hrtdge, the most
serious in the history of the structure,
and Just at the evening null, n little
nftcr C o'clock, all train wid trolley
tralllc on tho brfdgc wa.i stopped by tho
I.ollco its n precautionary measure.
Twelve, of tho steel suspension rods
connecting the extreme north cabin
with tho outside ends cf the trnnsveise
glrtleis which support the ro.ul.wnys,
tracks and footway broke today or nt
lust some (if them lo.lay because of
nxuniiHlon on account of tho heat. That
ir Nib cause given by Chief Engineer
Snmuel It Probasco ot the Department
Charts K. Stlllman Ins been endors
ed by the Republican committee as
Hawaiian Interpreter In Judge Gear's
IN Ttir (JUCl'IT COUMT Or TMU FIRST
JuJI. Ij( Lir.ult. Trrrltury ..I H.mall, In I'mbiie.
At C.hainb.'ri, In tfie iniitr ( the r.! ut lUilnr
I Ifln t. laenf MofioluIU. Ualtu. Ji-t.-OM-J, A fit
Ion li4tni;Ken prcMrteJ ItitFilk ( iiuit ly Miry J
111 t.l ta J Jv'Ce.iMJ, tccUvnully Jettn-yeJ hy tirt.
art J fur tlit I fcuanre nl Uturs nl AJm nlttration
wltli ihti'l anncveJ In viiJ ,Mr J. K'ke. .NVKv
lkli.rvbvKlp" tTitlRI.MY.the till Jay of SEI-
I t.MUt R. A I) , ivui. at rL.N i.lit.k a m, In th
JuJi(.lry liuliJintr Hon lulu. ! rroniJ the flrr
nni rlice for rtilf,; s.il4 will ani tfar.ns.aiJ
rrMctiin, wlifn unJ vhtre any per Mm li itrvktvJ
II uy tltn uni tlit'iearr-var nnJ siiuw caue, It any
tlmy tine, v,y t.m r '"'' wli ttiilon kliuuli not
)tunjtulu,Oatiu, July t, ijx
U it) Court
J A THOMPSON,
CLOR(tC A DAVIS Clrtk
LounM.1 for IVtltlonur.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST JU
JI lal Circuit, territory of IUll In Prosate. At
Chambers In the tnattr ot the Estate of Chatles
Hammer.late ul llonolu u, Oahu, de eased, Intestate,
P.tldon hiving been tiled bv hmeal Hamjier of Ho
nulu u. Uahi, an heir ot decea.ed, whrteln he asks
that the cash ind personal prop.r.y now In tne pos
session of the Clrrk uf this Court be ordered dis
tributed am ng the heirs ot laid Chailes Hammer,
Notice Is herepv give llut'FRIDAY, the 6th day of
SIPTI.MIlLR, A.ll. toot, at TLN o'clock a m , at
Chambers In the Court lluuse. at Houolulu. be and
the same hereby Is appointed as the time and place
for hearing said petition and that a'l persuns in
terested may then and there appear and slio'
If any they hie, why the samesould not be gf anted
II. On I
1Y THE COURTi
J A THOMPSON.
GLORGL A. DAVIS, (Clerk,
Count.el for Petliluiur,
Oahu Cemetery Assoclalon.
THE AKNUA1, MEETINIS OP TUP,
Oahu Cemetery Association will he
held In tho olllco of David Dayton, No.
137 Merchant street, on Monday, Aug
ust 5th, nt 3 o'clock p. in., lor tho elec
tion of oIllcei'H nuil trustco.1 for tho en
suing year. All owners of lots are
earnestly recpiested to attend.
Secretary Oahu Cemetery Association.
Aug. 1, lt01. 1905 It
.ItO. In thit column vill It inttrtetl
at IS ctiitr a lint out inttrlitm : US
ctntt lico iiitfrtiuiit; SO ctiilt out uttk; 40
ttiilt lieo icttlt, intl CO ctnli out month.
Thil it tht ehta)itft adttrtitingeieroffereit
the ptojilt of Honolulu,
IF YOU HAVE a hob (or re-J or want to rent
I house, Me A. R. lilndt. Collections cateful y
attended to a vd promptly icmltted, Office its Ksa
OTICE The grounds of 1h Alexander Young
RullJInr. ani the rrlvala a reel lo ha known a.
Ulshon street, are closed to the e-ubllc until further
twice isiumqi wwi. muic.tt
5UPI. A'exander To
r Young til '.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS TIM Union Eapress Co.
' lill WHITE S.AND FOR SALE tj.ltf
17ANTFD A room mate, g nt'eman of position
VV and reli etrent tat ti . room with two bctst.
aha e with ptoper person. Address " R, M. " Bui
le In oflice. iq'4-iw
WANTED TO KENT for trrm of yean, a .to e
In builncte part of town Hotel or I ort tr,ets
preferred. Will pay rent month y In advance.
tQiftw Itull.tln Office.
X ANTED-AJ'ten of Ladles, free In al that
v frrednm Implies especially from religion ard
Moth-r Giundy tint will correstond wlthOcmlemrn
likewise free, (tentlem.n must send (ei cents si ver
and two-rent stimp for List. Atthur C Ev-rett, N-M ,
s enrral Dellve.y, S.n pleeo. California. iq.,w
lAANTEDtiemleman wlshe s first-class lu nl.hed
room. Please state particulars, rddns.
"Enquirer" this office. b o-tw
WANTED-Male and female workers for Domtstlc
po.ltions Select Empl smcnl office, Magnon
Building O.r. ot Merchant and Alakea Sts.
WANT ED-Office deck (Male or I en-ale) with
privilege ot learnltg ttpewrlllng and salar
paid. Room 9 Magoon Building.
DOOKKEEPERSrOFriCi1 CLERKS and lh:h-
drivers wanftd dally 8 to .o a. M Select Em
ploment office, Magoon BultdlogCor. Me chant and
UANTED-To StLL jWtlr and Watches
' In the latest styles Watches teralred ty a
Itwefer of j years experience. G. DIE TZ, Fort St ,
near Hotel. iSoS-tf
ROOM AND DOARD.
TO 1.1. 'I
TO LET House of five roums on Young St., town
slle ot Thomas Square next to the Balmoral.
Rent f 40.00 per mo ith.
lon-iw Enquire of H.Gorman.
OFFICES POR RENT-Thete ate two suites
ot two and three room, each In the front part,
and two suites of two looms each In the back part ot
the new ftiuilng on Allk-a reel Just makal the
Pacific Club, that now remain to to aken. and thnsa
are lliecnlyonesltft. A most eccellent cellar of Sox
.0 that may well be used for storage, completes the
available space in the building. 1 o oMaln rani
cula.s about this most excellent business location call
ard serat their oftices on Alak.a street, rposlt.the
bulldmj. Lrs. Ilen.y W Howard and A. LVri'lchris.
FOR RENT Nice New Cottages of lour 105ms.
kitchen and ba h Kng street g.palama. f 10.00
and t eloper month Irqulre ito Fort St., Room
jj, abtne -irst National Rank. P. C. R. Straucb.
TO LET N'te six-room cottape, on Lunalilo, near
Pensaola street. Einm-ttMay, Judd Itullllng.
TO LET Sefl n House, well furnished rooms with
1 board. Vixjng St , nest I'llicnl 8o.-imo
IO LE fThrt newly (urnlthed roorei, m(rqult
rroul and cool,
TO LET Six room cottage, next to Mormvn
church, porcellan bath, patent w c, etc. Rent
Shoo. Apply to A G. Cirha, 886- mo
rO LET Two front rooms
No. v Garden Lane,
A COTTAGE TO LETne rooms ust off Walkl
M Road. Immediate po.es.l.m Rentiou
a monlh. Apply Tramway Ollke, Punahou.
TO LET The Vlda Villa Is now tinder tSa manage-,
ment of Mr I) S Reld, Nicely furnished rooms;
table board can be had on application
IP nu r.ave a house for rent, or want to rent a
txiise. rail on , R. HINDT. office with Guide
Publishing Co . Camnbell Block.
Teleifiote Main tr.
rvFflCES FOR RCNT-
In Brewer bulldlni?. Oueen
Si Co , Ltd,
v street, on reasonable terms. Arolv to C. btewer
FOR RENT An eight room Cottage. All irodem
Improvements, two mltutes walk from Tram
way. Inquire ai the Mint or Favorite Saloon .8-0 if
COR SAin-New ani kecon4himl Smith Premier
tvnurltTC for tatl dr rtnt. All mslr: ttnilrJ.
Washington Light Co. iooiMf
kecthni of drop curtains for ver
fit anywhere. Atkinson Room I
(siija. nrw, i,
Ma (coon Uuli4inc.
PcTPiu i Atiwrw mD ciicit.. t.l.i.m ..
the now Met In the harbor. She it a nearly new
boat. In perfect working order, anJ hai been of lata
ukj in towing at Kami ui Harbor, w. M. Pa n.
FOR SALE Three lots In Kapahulu tract, tg.oco
square feet. Si.o Lot In Puunul tract. t,o-o
square leet, $1100 JUDD ft COMIMNY. Telephone
I. Va-n. Office, tor Stinge wald Building. P.O.
Box . Hon-itulu T. H. 1000-tf
COB SLE-A p.vlni
E A bavlnV roomhc house and down
loan cafe, price reasonable. Apply by letter ", "
COR SALE-Callgraphtpe-rler,ptlc. S25 00.
1. Apply C Ln t'hon, Hobron Drug Co. t9.6-im
COR SALE Six lots on Kapahulu Road, Ka'lmukl
1 Tract, cheap, on the Installment plan. Apply
Emmetl May, Judd Building.
COR SALE- At vtry low prices, In llllo town Ore
1 lot at Riverside Park, commanding th. best view
of Ocean at.d Mountain. SU lots, all fronting the
slreet. one cottage occupying middle kt a d well
turnlshid. I or particulars apply to A. M. Potemkln.
JCJJO 18 9-tl
FOR SALE Corner grocery store established for
over two years, has large and good patronage.
1 or runner particulars apply cy man, 11110, pod. 70,
FOR SALE A phaeton In excellent condition, cloth
lined. Cost $m new. Tor sale cheap. Inquire
01 iws w,v.. wceaon, uingnam at., or room 8,
Doesn't ound as if it could be
BUT IT 18 IRUn, AS WE INVITE YOU TO DISCOVER THIS MORNING.
There are several hundred of them these Corsets in eighteen differ
ent styles ; and none of them were ever before sold for less than a
dollar and a quarter. Reason why they're so cheap ? Fact Is we
have too many. Free to confess that. Everybody makes mistikes
in buyingj lometimes, and we well, we must " pay the piper."
Come in and see them, it will be Jtrange enough if you don't find
t-ome among them that will fit you as comfortably as the proverbial
tld shoe, and fit you without sacrificing stylishness, either.
1 OST, STRAYED OR STOLEN -A black anJ
" whl't Dt.D (HjnTlrtff Dotr). FlnJr will h iult-
ably rrwardt on Mturnlng thi tame to W M
Cunningham. 190 it
OST Blshfp & Co Savlne's Binlt Book tn,
Finder plit return to Hank ioo)')t
LOST A mlt fu rape, ereen silk llntnj;. cither on
Wilklkl or Bcrranu St roai. FlnJer leaving
larweat ihl ifttcekstll receive rewari. t8ootw
MR. J. IIATCHEI.OR HAS THIS
day been appointed Inspector of Li
censes for the Territory of Hawaii.
WM. II. WRIGHT.
Honolulu, T. Il Aug. 1. 3t
PIONEER MILL CO., LTD.
TIIK FIRST ASSESSMENT OP
iwcnty-ftve per cent. (23") on the new
stock ot ajoo Company Is now due
ind piyable at the Ollke of II. Hack
eld & Co.. Ltd.. and will be delinquent
on September 1st. 1801.
190Ti 2t 'ireasurer.
TAX APPEAL COURT NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
.lint the Court of Tax Appeals for the
Pirst Jml.clal Circuit, Island of Oahu.
will sit In the office or C. llolte, Esq..
.Number 1!) Merchant street, on Thurs
day, August 1st, 11)41. at 1:30 p. m.,
to hear such appeals as may be
brought before It.
W. I.. WILCOX,
PreBldtnit of the Court of Tax Ap
peals for the Island of Oahu.
Honolulu, July 31st, ltiol.
I1UILDERS AND CONTRACTORS
nro requested to gt a written permis
sion from the Road Supervisor of Ho
nolulu to occupy, or to tear up any
portion of the sidewalks or streets be
fore commencing operation of any
Any person or persons disobejlng
said notb will be prosecuted accord
ing to law.
THOMAS A. LLOYD.
Road Supervisor, Honolulu,
JAS. H. BOYD.
Supt. of Public Works, i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST
Circuit 1 errftn'y ot Ha ail At Clumber. In Pro
bate. In tht nut-ar or tti estate of Pip. Panaewa.
(w)lattof HuniU'.Oihj. JecaeJ. On reading
ad filing tha te.itlon of John A. Bakef. AJmlr.lt
trator with will snnvxeJ praying for an nrJer of tale
ot certain real ettva belonging to ali Jtcasei.
rua ea rear Maunaka ktnet rctwee n t'auahl ana
tieretama ktree'i. n iiinolulu. (Jahu. bi nz tart of
the premises pj'ti uUrly JfctlbfJ In L C A No.
i8r. recorJc4 n I Iter a. rave t and setting forth
certain legal rfjsirs vhv such real e.tate should
be sold. It s he eby nrdfrtd, tha the telrs anJ next
of kin o4 slid Jceied and all persons fnterewd In
the kild estate, appi r tefore this Court on t-RIDAY,
the fctli day of AbPTtrvtUbR, A.D. io.ti, at q;w
o'clock am at .. Court Room of this Cou't, In
Honolulu Oin-j r.in and thr to sno caue why
an order hiul4 not te eranted tor the sale ot such
Honolulu, Au,u 1 1, ts)-r
By the Court,
P U KELLETT JR.
lyj-ut-Aug i,t.6t .iu,i)tntMo Clerk.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF. FIUST,
( Ircull, Tetrltiryot Hawaii. In probate, at cham
bers n the ma't.r of the es-a-e ol A. C Peitana.
fc.eisrd ofijeu to show cause on ai-plication
TOSbLLkfAt.lST.TS On reading and tiling the
tetuiinolM A c,frsalves, of Honolulu. Island ot
)a u. as edmlnlstraor ot tlie estate of A, C. Pes
tana, deceased, late of Honolulu aforesi'd, pralng
tor an order au'hoilring and llcens n the said ad
mlnlstrator to se't .ertaln real estate belonging to 1
said estate described aa tullo.st All that cltain
fa'Cel of land, situate 01 till East side of Ala'.lkl '
Street, Honolulu, Oahj fronting 141 feet on said
Ma Ikl Street, with a depth ot 17a feel, and bounded
pn the tniukl slle by land or Join Ojinklik on the
Walklkl I side by linl ol Hoogs, and on the makal
sld.byEnos Lare belni a portion of the land tfes
crlbed In Rual patent No 6011, and containing an
atea of eiSq, s ware te t, with two cottages thereon ;
and selling forth c rtaln legal reasons why such real
estat. should Ni sold to wit : That there Is nut suffi
cient personal property belonging to said estate to
pay the valid dtbtt against the s.me, aod that (u:h
...' KBirKi l um OC 1QS1 QS
Now, therclore It Is hetebi ordered that all persons
Interested In si d acute appear before me at Cham-
rers, 1 n rroiete at tne uourt Home In Honolulu
aforesaid, on FRID Y. theothdayol SEPTEMBER,
ceo . at tin o'clock In t t .renoon . then and there
to ah tw cause why such order should not be Issued.
And It Is fu he ordeted. that not ce ot this order be
published at least time successive we.ks before the
, uey 01 oe.ring in me t.veni tg tiulleiln. a news
rarer ot general v rcuiat'on. published In llonolu u
alotesald. the last pub Icatlon to be n-t less t-al ten
dsys rrcvlous to the time th.reln appointed for said
Dated Honolulu. T ll th's ist day of July, A.D.
GLO. D. OEAR.
I. M IONCJ snd Judge of said "outl,
Attorney tor Administrator twist
Tclsercne de Bort, the famous
P-och neronaut, has secured the low
est temperattiie mark ou record,, 73
degrees centigrade, or 07.0 Pahienh'elt.
Tho reading was registered on a
thermometer In a trial baloon recent-
8,i; " "- ".-" .cm-.
ti 4I- bent up to a height of 3S.000 feet.
true, does it ?
Jas. F. Morgan
n 65 Queen Street
Piano For Sale
FINE J & C. FISCHER PIANO
In good condition. COST iSoo
WILL BE SOLD FOR S300, at my
salesroom, : : 65 Queen street.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
No More Dread
TEETH EXTllACTEn AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
These aro the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge of a Special
ist Give us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as we advertise. We
will tell you In advance exactly what
your work wilt cost by a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Dulldlng. Hotel Street.
LADIEd IN ATTENDANCE.