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FINE SOCIETY STATIONERY
J. W. WEBB
vVIII be lecelvou bj the Superintend
nt of Public Works until 2 p. M.
Friday, the 13th itn of September,,
for furnishing tho follow Ins PIU s.
Lumber, Yellow Metal on 1 Copper
10110 fir Piles 50 to SO feet long
12x12 tlinbeis 32 to ).0 ft. long Mer
chantable X. W.
Ii'xt.' timbers 30 to 50 ft. long .Mer
chantable X W.
ti12 timbers 20 to to ft. long Mei
jliantubte X. W.
Kxtu timbers JO ft. long. M( i
thantnMf? X. W.
xl2 lumber 20 to 12 rt. long, Mer
thantable X. W.
18 oz. lollow Metal.
1 1 ! oi . Copper Xalls
2 or. Copper Xalls.
didders will stato In their proposals
ttw price per lln. ft. for which they
i III furnish Piling.
Price per thousand for which they
will furnish timber and lunibei.
Prlci' per lb for Yellow Metal
Price per lb. lor I 1-2 oz Copper
Price per II lor 2 oz. Copper Xalls.
Lnniber and Piles to be delivered
F O 11 Honolulu nt Qui en street bulk
head. Copper and Xalls on rail.
Illdders will state in their proposals
tho time which they will lequho to
deliver the above specified Items.
All bids to be neeompanied bj cer
tified cheek foi $100 made pivnblo lo
Superintendent of Public Works. C m
llltonvd tnat If the proposal be accept
c( and conduct awarded and If bidder
hall fall or neglect to execute the con
tract, mid give bond lequlrecl Within
lx (i) dis nllei award shall huo
been made, such heck shall be deem
ed liquidated damages for such falluio
or neglect, and shall be deposited to
the credit of Government Realization
The Superintendent of Public Wmks
reserves the right to reject liny oi all
bids, lufoinintlon In legnid to pay
ments can be obtalnid on' application
to the. Superintendent of Public Works.
JAMES H. IIOYD.
Huprrlntenilent ol Public Works.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS..
The taxpajers aie hereby notified
thut the Piopetty Taxis ten 19U1 nio
now due and pa) able to the Deputy
Assessors of tho sceinl cllstilcts, at
tho times and plates mentioned In tho
notices posted tniotighuut the ilistilctK.
Section 29, Act 51. Session Laws
IkSii "If nn propel ty tax shall re
main unpaid aftei tho 15th day of N'O'
i ember In any eai 10 per cent of the
imoiint or such taxes shall he added
by tho Assessor to the amount of such
laxes at said date, and shall become
and be collected as pan of such taxes,'
All property taxes not paid by No
vember 15th will h delinquent,
The delinquent list wlh be published
sfter Dccembei 1st. 1901
JAMES W. PIIATT.
Assessor. 1st Division, Island of Oaliu.
Kept. 1st. 19111. ,
I'M Sept. 7. 910.
Honolulu, Sept, 5, fOOl.
Notice Is hereby glien to postmas
ters who sen eel under the Republic ol
Hawaii to piesent their claims foi
postage stamps sent to Washington,
to the oiTlce of tho Tieasurei, Hono-
lulu. Tho receipt for said stamps
fiom tho Postmaster (ieneiul at
Washington must accompany tho
claim. WM. H. WHIOHT.
Trensuier of the Territory of
Hawaii. 1931 3t
COME - HARLY ,
Don't Wnlt Till
they tire till gone
'I he Klre Claims Commission resum
ed miscellaneous claims from Saturday
Hi Is morning.
Geo. n. lluardmun, with S. F. Chlll
lucworth as his (ounsel, appeared to
lieppoil his cl.il mfor K3,040 50. Con-
ti actor Wngnei was sworn and gac a
pmtlil estimate on the buildings, slnt
l g their Milne lis $9700.
Mr. Iloarduiau went Inlo the Items of
I Is claim, but was nut specific enough.
In explanation he stated that his wife
bad died and he was hustled out of
the house, so that he had to prepare an
Imeutor) as best he could with tho
n-cslBtance of his daughter. He had
tiild 18230 for the entire premises In
1SS7 to Mrs. J. U. Castle. He carried
and paid real estate
tloii of 114 000 nslilo
tlon of n.000, aslle
taes on a aluatlon
II um personal property laxes. llic
government appraisement of personal ilmt, Mr. J. Moss, A. Y. Shell, Mas
property was $4475. The case was ter Meldlll, Mr. Meldlll and elghti ono
loutlnued for further cldencc. .deck.
J J. Dunne represents the govern-
rient In all cases icmber 8. Mrs. Jennings. Mrs. C. 3.
ii i.i i m. ., n.'Crnne nl1 -hM- -M8B K. Muther. Mn-
Jc.lm Magoon, v Ith J. A. Magoon as ,pp ,, K 8mlth v Hall,w,n w. .,.
ciiuiisel, had a claim of $2100 for seven yor,VKi Mlss L. Green. Miss X.
collages near KaumaKaplll cliurcli.
The) were 13 or 14 jears olil and Ma-
goon bought the property twehe enrs
Geo. Ills"le's claim for $087.43 was
Hip last heard. Peterson &
son for claimant.
The Mutual 1 elf phone Co's table
extending along King street from
South to Victoria streets fell to the
giound this morning. The accident
citppled the senlco at Walklkl
jx Tin: ciitctJiT coi'ut op this
I'list Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, at
Cliambers. in Pioliate In tho matter
ul the Hula!' of S. L. Knmaka, late
of Wnlanue. Onhil. deceased On lead
ing ami liling the petition and ac
counts of the administratrix with tho
will annexed of the estnto of said te-
ceased, wheieln she asks that her ac
count bo examined and npprued, and
that a Una! order bu made of distribu
tion of the piopertj remaining in her
bauds to the peisous thereto entitled,
and discharging her from all further
lesponsiblllty as such administratrix,
It Is indued that Friday, tho 18th div
or October. A. I). 19(11. at HI o'clock
a. m , at the court loom of the said
court nt Honolulu, Island of Oaliu be
and the same hcrehj Is appointed as
the time and place lot healing Bald tie
tltlon nnd accounts, and Unit all pel
sons Interested mil) then and Ibeie
appeal and show cause, If any llie
nave, why the same should not be
graptOd, and may picscnt oUdcuco ns
to who nio entitled to the said pion
Honolulu. Sept. 7th, 1901.
Ily the Court:
19 17 Sept. 9. Hi. 2 1. JO.
We nre now In the Automobile
Building nnd rc ppcpiirecl to turn
out the flncHt livery in town.
ISonrclci'K Hiite from (Ire, (is
the bullcllnti In HIROPROOF.
RING US UP !
Tei. Main 301
THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR
Weather Ilurenu, Puliation, Septem
ber 9. Temperature Morning mini
mum, G7; Midday maximum, St.
llnrometer at a. m. 30 06. Falling.
Itnlnfnll 0 00.
Dew Point C5F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. CO per cent
Diamond Head Signal Station, Sep
tember 9. Weather clear; wind light
Saturday, Sept. 7.
Stmr. Iwntanl, Green fioin Kauai.
Stmr. Lehtin. Napala, from Maul
and MoloKal ports.
Schr. Klduiado, Johnson, twent two
davs from dray's Harbor, with lumber.
O. S. S. Mariposa, Pontile, from
fatmr, James MnKee, Tullott, from
Sunday, Sent. S
Stmr. Noeati. Wman, fioni Piiimltiti.
Stmr, Mlhaii. Thompson, from Wal
nun and Annhola.
Stmr. ClamUne, Parser, from Maul
Stmr. W. O. Hall, Th impon, liom
Saturday, Sept. 7.
Stmr, Ku An Hon, Mosher, lor Ana
lioln. Schr. Concord, for I'aaullo.
Schr. Malolo, Tor Hnnnlcl and. Kail
hi wal at o p. in.
Stmr. Lehun, Napala, for Molul.ul
nt 5 p. m.
Stmr. Jas. Maine, TullctL tor Ki
paa. SAILING THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Soarle. for
Oaliu ports, at 7 n. m.
Stmr. Mnnu, Kreeman, for llll'i
anil way port, at 12 o'clock noon
Stmr. Claudlnc, Parker, for Maid
ports, at 5 p. m.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, for
Kami ports. 5 p. m,
Stmr. Nllliati, Thomption, for Ann
hola and Hanamaulii, at 6 p. m.
I'lom Aimholn, per stmr. Nllha't,
September k. Mrs. 'lakotanc-nnd son,
Miss E Knwelo, It. Pulkl and eight
Prom Kauai, per stmr. W. G. Hall,
September 8. Mrs. Captain I'edei
son. Miss G. Clark, Miss Sorcnson,
MUs Carter, MIsb K. Smith, Miss M.
Kcllett, Miss E. Smith, Masters Hat
Held ami Kellett, Miss Deerlll, Miss
Plefer, Miss Mnckny, K. Kapu, Mrs.
K. Kapu, Master Murtlns, Miss Mtir
tlns, Theo. Delacey, Mr. Olrvln. Mr.
Green aid, Mr. Wallace. Mrs. Hell. Mr.
l!ennMBCr' Mr' ,,e,, Mr' KoomIa-
W(nR yucn ch)ng( M A1)nni M,Bg
Mnhlnm. Mr. Alnslev. Mr. flruv. Mr.
Krom Maul, per stmr. Claudlne. Sep-
Adams. Miss M. Morris, Mrs. Sins
l.oy, I. w. Johnstone. Master v.
Desha, Master D. Desha. Mastei C.
, ueaiy, j. t-iaus, i. .11. e;ox, .miss a
L. '.!..... .t . t.,,.1. ..l ..
rv. viiuiits, .uir t, iviiuiiey, .llH Jl,
lt-l.l.Mn.. i it. T.- oi.- 11. .
I!aey Mrs. llannoka and two chil
Idien, W. i:. Scott. Miss M. Daniels,
Mnsters Weight (2), George Weight,
W. Vlda, T. Smith und daughter, J.
A. Darker, n. Illela. It. Clulstoff r-
B.c- ?B-r Morton. Miss Morton, 3.
.,'ut',h..,0,,,, '."' -'?".".. ?Z n?
A. nr.os, Matter Knos. Miss May Ala
ma, Young In, Master John llutler, W.
II. Cornwell. Mrs. George. Dunn unci
two children, Mrs. H. l). ileapy, rt.
C. Dowsctt. II. Haneberg. J. II. Lotc,
M. McCann nnd 117 deck.
From San Francisco, per stmr. Ma
riposa, September 7. F. J. Arm
strong. H. 11. Austin. Mrs. H. P. llen
Bon, T. H. Denton, Miss K. Urecken
ridge. George Chalmers, Mrs W. A.
Clark, Miss S. G. Clark, Miss D. Cool
edge, Miss M. Kagan, C. A. "Iston,
Mrs. Klston. Miss X. I). Forsrti.
Mrs. K. W. Fuller, Mrs. W. M. Glf-
lard, Miss Olffard. Mrs. U. Gollnsky.
Miss M. Grace, W. II. Greenwell. Mi-.
M. W. Gunn. K. S. Hallensteln, II.
McK. Harrison, II. H. Howard, L. C.
How land. Mrs. II. 'J. James. J. M.
Johnson. Miss C. Jones, V.. Koplc,
Miss M C. Lofqulst. Miss A. I.)i'''t,
It. C. 1 dicker Miss Ii C. I.ons.
K. Marsh. Mrs I.. Matthews. MIsb .-.
Mi Lain. Mis M Merrill I.. II Mil
ler. Mrs Miller, Miss Cariol P Peter
sen. A II Pollaid, MUs li. Quint, S.
I. Ilumsoy, F. C. Ilucncll, Mis. 11
F Sniidow. W. A. Schenk. Mm. T.,
!'. Sedcrwlcl!'. Miss A. Tnber. Mrs
Mniitnvun Turner nnd maid. James
Wakefield. A 11. Watson V. A. Wat
son. Mrs. It. It Weir, . K. Wilson.
Mrs. Wilson. W. S. Withers. Mrs
Withers. Miss A. M. Woods.
II 1 ISLANDERS
Kc. Hiram Uliighuni, D. D , Is su
pi. mending the lemuwil todu uf the
hciitli Sea Islaucleis fiom the Naval
icbcnatlon to Kalllil detention camp.
Chailcs Clark, superluteudent of the
camp, was In town conferilug with the
gtipcilutendcnt of Public Works about
t'.e matter, also to usieitaln If the
ldcial authorities weiu prepaied to
tnek occupation of the cme-thlrd of tho i
lump allotted to the Mailue Hospital
Scnlee. I)i. Cofer, howeici, sas In
stiiietluns In that icgard IiiiMi nut et'
The steamer Orcgonlan Is expected,
from San Fiandsco eaily In the morn
ing. Pound-Master's Notice of Estrays
Xotlco Is hereby given that the ant-
mals described below lmu been Im
pounded lu tie Government Pound at
Maklkl, Kona, Island of Oabu, and
unless the pound fees and damages
are sooner satisfied win be soul ul
the date hereafter named according lo
September h, 1901 Ono white horse,
branded 33 on lett hind leg.
The above animal will he sold at 12
o'clock noon Saturday, September 21,
1901, If not called for beloro the abav
1937-31 Pound Master.
John R. Bergstrom
Bergstrom Music Company
Adi. in this column will be inserted
at 13 cents a line one insertion, -J
cents two insertions; 30 cents ono
week; 40 cents two weeks, and B0
cents one month. This Is the cheapest
advertising eer effored tfe people cf
GET OUR PRICES on billiard anil pool
tables befoio liujlng olsowhere; sold
em easy payments Our cushions hi i
guaranteed for twenty ears, and
are made by u new l ulcnulzlng proc
ess. Old talilPH fitted wltl our tush
Ions are n guol nt new; natlsfnctlnn
guaranteed oi money refunded. Seo
our ndwrtlbCnient of "Manager
Wnnted" for lawful slot tiiachlnu
Palmer llllllnid Tahlo Works. Chi
cago, Ills. HH7-2m
MRS. HORTON haling leturneil from
her tstt to tho Ciiast, II1 rtunui
Pianoforte Tuition Wednesday, Rep-
tember 11. Itesldence, K4 Vlnejaid
St, 111 7-l in
J. D. AVFRY Public Stenographer,
tpowrtlei nnd Vrootreadef Corpor
ation and public meetings reported,
Ac curate liauscilptx or Important
documents a spi daily. Proof read
ror authois nnd publishers OIKe
hours 9 to 5:43 (later by eppomt
ment). Doom C Hllte bldg Tel.
lllue 2011. Ill'll
REDriOUSC Tho Watchmaker, Is Ij
eated at HIS Alal en Ht. Special at
tentlon gHen to fine vatth repin
IF YOU HAVE ifhoiiBU for rent oi
want to rent a house, see A. R.
BINDT. Collections carelully at
tended to and promptly remitted.
Office 115 Kanhunianu street. Ik9Jif
NOTICE The giounds oi tho Alexan
der Young building, and tho prluito
street to be known as nishop street,
nre closed to tho i ulillc until fur
(Signed) VM. MUTCH.
187S 3m Hupt. Alex. Young lltdg.
NOTICE TO BUILDER3 Tim Unlo.l
Express Co has WHITB AND l'OK
SALE. 1543 tf
MANAGER WANTED In ovt-ry largo
county to nppjliit nM'iits for thu in
motis "Gnno o' SI 111" nlclcel Hint
machine fo cliiilH or clgara, law
fill eeiy lieu-: trikc-s jdato 6f nil
lorblddcu slat machines. Itenteil cu
sold on oas) pi. tnontH Sec'urn tcr
illory ciilc. Palmer llllliaid Tnhln
WorkB, C!i!ino. Ills. IP 17 2m
WANTED 'Yo ing lady uteiiogiapher
lo act also us cashier; must be gool
at figures. Address Postiilflcc Ho
107. 1935 lw
WANTED Two or tin eo rooms lor
light housed ceplug, furnished or un
luinlshecl. American couple, no ehll
llien. Addicts D, P. u. Dnx 454.
WANTED A position ns bookkeeper
by lady with lllteen enrs' experi
ence. Address A. C. A, E , Postofllca
box 211. 11)32 2'V
WANTED To sell Diamond and Opal
Hlngs, In tho latest stilus. Watches
repaired by a jeweler of 35 ears'
experience. G. D1ETZ. Fort street,
near Hotel. ISOStf
ROOMS AND "BOARD Nowl7 nnd
,tiltelv iiirulshcu iiioaiiiltt proof,
electric lights; also best table
boaid; teims leasonablo, Helen's
Court, adjoining Ellin building, cm
Adam's lano, olt Hotel street TeH
phono White 31ll. 1915-lm
TO LET Furnished loom, ?5 per mo.
Also front loom furnished, only 310
53 Vlnejard fet. l'MTtf
TO LET Two
Gal den lane.
TO LET Ono lumlshed room, mos
quito proof; Ko. 2 King Place, oil
Ileretanla. 19'IG Ivy
TO LET Ono largo furnished room
for two. mosquito proof, eleetrii
light, adjoining bath loom, good lo
c atlon on car lines, Acldresii O., Hub
Ictln office. 1031 lw
TO LET House lit ?10 50. $111. ?0 !i0,
In Palama. Apply Campbell block,
loom .'18 19J2-hv
TO LET House at present occupied
by Mrs. D. Center, Young sti eet ex
tension near McCully tract. Apply
E. F, Illshup, O.'Urevvor U Co, Queen
St. v 1932 tf
TO LET Newly furnished looms,
mosquito proof, tonus leasouublu,
Thlid house abovci Gui man Ilakaiy,
Fort St. ft 1930 tf
FOR RENT One half of Btora In Lin
coln block, 176 King street. II. E.
Heudilcks. 1935 lw
J i'h "f miiilMfMtei -ft'" ri f rrtrffm-iiff ifffM'iil4l-niKl!..hifr im ifrrrfr iJt iiii u i-iImm'iii'ii''1,uiii miijj.:
Seems - Strange
THAT WE SHOULD BUY MORE
when We aire idy hid 'lie completest stock In tovvn. Yet if you
knew thu iiinjy; history of this purchase the wonder would de.tse.
It was one nf th ,e ONtiE-W-A-bEASON CHANCsS, that brook not
a moments he&IUti .n. .tiuch less refusal. Indeed, lnJ we not accepted
at slfclit, wo Id we not have been traitors to our interests ?
If you have use for one more summer skirt, these invite your
Inspection. Every sitirt absofutely p I feet. Styles the latest; some
plain; some with elaborate trimmings; some with Mares and tlounces.
There are all these materials- the.se Rood materials Coverts, Denims,
Clashes, linens, Klnkfs and flques. And prices to suit all purses.
RENT Ili'sldente of Dr J. S.
MfOrew, for of Ueretanla nnd
Rlilinul Sts, Miiltiiblu for doctor r
iillliH or prhntu reslrienc. Appl
to Dr .7 9. McGr-jw I.unalllo. rtir.
Hatkfeld, or J. T MfGrew, Illsbop
Hank 1M7 tf
FOR RENT furnished aud unfurnish
ed roomH, Kurt street, corner VlnV)
yard, upstairs Mrs J. K. Scott.
FOR RENT A thieerootn fottagf,
furnished lor housekeeclng. Xo. 9
Adams lane 1!)32-1a
FOR RENT One four room cottage,
with one 2 loom coiUgH adjoining on
Peterson lam. Palama Address M.
F. P, tills olllec 1014-lw
FOfl RENT Iirgu furnished room for
' two gentlemen, IGf.G fort St.
FOR RENT Xh ely furnished IUe-
room cottage on Vlueyurd St., be
tween Kniina nnd Punchbowl. Ail-
dresM P O Ilox 012. 192S tf
T RENT A niiniiulto proof room.
tl n minutes' walk from trnmeiir In
cool district, beard If required; tel
nphunu senile'. Aililress "K," llul
FOR RENT A new htni-w ell Art
skin St., pf hIx rooms with till mod
ern Improi cmentH. Kuuulre of Chas,
l:. Frasher, Consolidated Sodi
Works. 192J tf
FOR RENT Two (2) story houses nt
UokaujikH-p i, on Young St, eontulti
Ing two bedrooms, parlor, dining
loom, kitchen, bath room ami patent
watei closet downstairs. Kaplolanl
Kstnte. Ltd. I92l-tf
IF oti Ino a housii for ront, or want
to rent u house, cull on A It. IIIXDT,
fifflce with Guide Publishing Co.
Campbell block, Merchant St.. Tel
ephone) Main. 374 lS17tf
OFFICES" FOR RENT In IlreweT
building, Queen St., on reasonable!
lei ins. Apply to C. Itrewor i. Co,
FOR 8ALE Now and .serond-hand
Hnillh Premier typewriters for silo
oi tent. All makes repaired. Wusn
Ington Light Co. 193J-lm
FOR SALC Two ph letons In go.xl
condition Ono used only a nlioit
time. AddiesH "V. X.,' Iltillitln if
flic. 1922 tf
FOR OALE Furniture' and lease of a
13iooni house In good location. In
qillrci 59 Ucietnula ht. between Fort
and Nun. Din StH. 1925 f
FOR SALE House and largo lot at
Kalmukl on easy payment. Appl
Campbell bloili, room 38 1924 2w
FRESH STRAW Tho Union Express
Co luiB u lot of flesh rlco straw lo-
FOR SALC Lot In McCully tract.
190x911 $2,290; three lots In Kupi
IiiiIii. 19 010 scitiari! tect, $1,400; lot
cm lleretaula Ht. 150xfu. Jtidd ii
Co. Ltd. Olllea No 207 Stiiugeii
vvnld liulldlngl- telephono Mnln 22J;
P. O. Ilox (,(.7 1910 tl
8TCAM LAUNCH FOR SALE Tho
"Tulul i," nn sho now lies In tl o hni
hor. Sho Is ii nearly new boat, In
perfect winking order, and has ln-ci
of luto used lu tTVlns at Klliulu
liirbur W. H Pain
FOR LEASE Lirgu wuihIiuusii oil
Queen Ht. Apply Campbell block,
loom 38, 19J7-2.V
FOR LEASC Premises on Union St.,
with u frontage of 212 feet and a
depth oi 70 lent Long tei'm given
without oueious conditions Applv
to .1 M ..lONSAHRAT.
RuouiH 20-21 Campbell lilcik.
LOST If thu young Inly who. by
mtsluko or othiirwi-ie took awa
from ProgP'ss Hall lant SATHl'
DAY livening t whit cashnieie,
hliiH satin lined cupf, with whltti
Hvvnnddown edging will rturn It to
tlit lliillct'u ulIicH sh? will confei a
lavoi 193.' tf
THE WOMAN th it foimd sllvei ring,
with blue set in water neai stoao
wall below cp aru ittuo station, return
to this olllio nnd receive liberal ro
wan! . 19J7-.it
Gardner K. Wilder has lost his
taoiistnthe as a result of thu outcome
of, tho baseball game between the Po
llco and Custom House force Saturday
Jas. F. Morgan
ii BS Queen fltreat
FERNS AND PLANTS
ON THURSDAY, SEPT. 12th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
nt my salesroom C" cjuc-n street, I
will sell at Public Auction a lnr-o
number of choice ferns, palms nnd
ON TUESDAY, SEPT 10,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
On the piemlses on Alupal street near
Ileretnnia. opposite the Hapld Transit
barn. I will .sell at Public Auction a
ono-storj wooden house. In good ordor.
Joe. F. Morgan,
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ADSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our late sc lentlllc method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or ,
These are the only dentil parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingrnltf nts to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undeitecable from nutuinl tteth
oncl warranted for ten yens, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN, All work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge of n Special
ist Give us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as we adreitlse. We
will tell ou hi advanio exactly what
your work will cost by a FREE EX
8et Teeth SS OO
Gold CrotvnH , ...S5.00
Gold FIlllnjiH SlOO
Silver PIUIngH 80c
Our name alone will bo a guarante
that your work will be of the best.
New York Denial Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.