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BVBNINQ BPtiLBTlN. HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNE3DAT, SEPT. 18, 1901,
Llnet of Travel.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this lino will arrlvo nnd lenvo this ort as hereunder:
aTOOM SAN FRANCISCO.
VENTURA 8E1T. 18
ALAMEDA SKIT. 28
81B11KA OCT. 9
ALAMEDA OCT. 19
SONOMA OCT. 30
ALAMEDA NOV. 9
FOU SAN FRANCISCO.
Jxr.al iloat. l.ocal Hoat.
In connection with the snllinK of the above steamers, the agents are pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passcnKcrH. roiipou throtiKh tickets ny any rail
road from Ban FranclHco to all po'.iitH hi the United States, and from New
York by any steamship lino to all Kuropenn porta.
FOR FUR1JIER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm, G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC ,8. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Risen Kaisha
Steamers of the aoove companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the date below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
The Hawaiian Realty and
Maturity Co., Ltd.
(Jenornl Acents for
The New Hampshire Fire Insurance
f" of Manchester, N. H.
ASSETS $3,367,026 27
Dealer In Real Estate, Ixiatio, Mort
gages and Etc,
Office. aj King St
Over Castle fc Cooko's.
Phone, Main HI. P. O. Ilox, 262.
CHINA SEPT. 19
PERU SEIT. 21
FOR OENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. S. S. CO.
H. HACKFIBLO & CO. LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of the above line, running In connection wit the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, II. C and Sydney. X.t-UV..
and calling at Victoria. II. C Honolulu and llrlslmue. are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or. about the dales below Muted, viz.:
From Vancouver atij Victoria, B. C. hrom Sydney and Brisbane.
BEACH BY WATER
The pleasure of a day spent at tho
beach nlll In, all probability noon he
rnhumed If the plans of .Manager Card
of the Moao.i hotel nre tarried nut. It
i U 111. tilr-n that Him nlrl wftrf nf petting
to the beach by the train firs or oer
the Wnlklkl rujd Is u llflli out of ilato
and he propose to run a line of ttst
cacollne launches from the city to tho
lout pier out from the hotel.
Thrre If mi doubt a to the fcasl
hlllty of the srheme, iih there In n well
defined channel through the Wnlklkl
reef and It would bo no trick at all
for a launch to make the .rip. Yachts
irul club barges In former yearn used
to go from the city to W&lklkl and
bind their panengerK and there in no
reason why n good gasoline launch
should not do It. The added pleasure
of a short trip by water at u little ad
vance over the tram car rate will no
doubt he taken advantage o! by many
of the patrons of the beacn resorts who
make It a practice of spending patt of
the day there each week.
(For Hrlsbane nud Sydney.)
(For Victoria nnd Vancouver. II. C )
AORANOI SEPT. 25
Through Tickets. Issued from Honolulu to Canada. United States and
Euiope. For Freight and Passage Mid all general Information, apply to ,
Theo. H.Davlc8frCo.,Ltd. Gcn'lAftcntn.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND .HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
S.S.AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, Sailed.
6.8. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail to sail Oct. 15.
S. 8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, sailed from NEW YORK June 16; will
bad at PUQET SOUND about SEPT. 1 for HAWAIIAN PORTS.
Freight received nt Compauj's wbarr, 42nd Street. South llrookljn at
all .timet). -. For. further particulars, apply to
General Freight Agent H. HACKFELD & CO., Lttl.
YOU CAN DO IT NOW
, PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coalingn
Fields of California.
Proveu oil lands, eomphtely sur
rounded by as rich oil producing wells
ns there are In the State, ;l-lillng from
5" to 250 ban els per day.
Contrail prlies tor nil at the Coal
In tra wells, 70 rents per barrel.
With twenty-flu producing wells of
luo barrels each per day, you can
make jour uu calculation as to
The oil Industry of California In In
it Infancy, yet many fhrtiiiicH have
been made liy Judli Ions and lucky It
vest nients In oil slock. Many morj
will be made In the near future.
The awrage advance on original
hal-s of oil stock In twenty loading
lunipanto In California linn been
from 1 in lifts per share.
Oil lands have advanced from $1.23
to ft.OUV nnd I2,00 per aero
When the Pacific I'nlon Oil Com
pan? hai- a number of producing wells
on Its property. Its stock will hate
the bunn show for even a greater ad
ance, as some oil stock has advanced
from II to 1,.'00 per share.
The Pacini I'nlon OH Company has
no salaried officer1, and is controlled
by well-known gentlemen of Integrity,,
who will see tnat the money derived
from the sale of stock will ho legiti
mately applied to tho development of
For further information, apply to .1.
II. FISHER CO.. Slock and Ilond
Uiokors and Hawaiian agents for tho
sale of a limited amount of Pacific
I'nlon Oil Company stock. Stangon
wuld building. Merchant street.
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
8hop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-lft-cartc).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, Oeneral Agent.
135 Third utrect. Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, Oeneral Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St.,San Francisco.
. L. LOMAX, 0. P. & T. A.,
vj472 Omaha, Nebraska.
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 83.
LATE FREIGHT CHARTER.
Honolulu Rapid Transit
and Land Company.
School Children's Tickets
Hair-fare school children's ticket
tray be. purchased from the conductors
on tho earn, or at the enmpans h office
on Alupal htreet. These will he good
lor the transportation of school ciiu
dren up to 17 years of ago In Koln-t
to nnd coming from school, between
the bourn ol 7:M and .:! a. .
1 And 2:.!0 p. m. on regular mlmul
C. C. Ballenlync.
IMs-lin Mgr. H. II. 'i ijii"j.
gilder's Steamship Company
FOR I8LAND PORTS.
Honoluli Office, 315 Fort St.
TBL., main IS1.
Messenger will call for jour message
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINii STKEET LINE.
Cm. le.ve Wilklkl tor toon at i !. 6 i j, t as A t
an4 every ij minute, ther.atlrr tl I 1045. u'M ana
ll-.jHM. Irom W.iklkl goto the Puruliou Stalk..
Cart leave R Kanm or I'awaa iwltch lur ton al
t:s)A.M. ani cv.ry is minute, thireattrr lltl it cH,
Car. lea, e I ort ani King .treel. corner for Patau).
at 6.10 A.. n4 .very n minutes alter till u it
'Cat. leave for Patama only at I ani" J to A.M
Car. eav. fauna lor waikiki iiii ana e.erj
MmlnumtMlg.jp n, then at o-i an4 1045K.VI.
ThMia.ice.M from Palama lor l'unahou onlj soft
to Walkllcl on SaturJa) .,
L, lva l-rt ana Nine buret, corner tui r.mr
Ranee at : an4 do A..A.
Car. le.ve l-ort in J King .Heel, corner for W.lklkl
at 6 os A. t. an4 evny 1 1 mlnul.. till 10 oje. M then at
io'jj an4 iimj I'.M. 1h li-j CM, goe. to Walklkl
HERE fANIA. S fHFFT AND I'UUANU VAIIF.Y.
Cart leawPunahou Stable t.
for Ton an4 Valley at 40 5 50
L-.r. ieip uinibonfL'T iui iuwi. w . aur. .
6:yt 6:50 an4t.loA.H an4ever) lomli. 'e.lilltoio
P.M. crept the even hour an4 Italf, liour car. whl.h
run from the Mat)..
Cat. leave Nuuanu valley at 6"io 6 jo t so A.M and
every 10 minute, tlwrealter lilt io.sm e
Car. Ieav l-ort and Queen .ireet. tor Pun.nou
Collec. at 6 05 0 j 6 ! A M an4 every 10 mlnuie.
alter till t l P.M. Alter that the car. run 10 the
btabU up to 1 i.jop.m, which I. iht latter from Ton,
reaching the Stable at ii.io p.m.
O. R. & L. Co.
rioni and nllr Januar 1, U!'!'.
I .a Mill ..
Wdianae . . .
w l.iua .
1 w.i Allll . .
e.hun HAII.V ex. sun IiaiIV HAIIV
A.M AM. AH. I'.M I M.
. 10 u 11 0 l tit
. 8 .j 9 S no ) J 'o
ft II 10 f ISO 4 of 0 10
. 10 SO 4 4f
II IS ... . 4
t 6 IS . .
. Sun liiiiv iMtn iiaily
A M. A.M I'.M P.M.
, . 1. 10 ... .10
' o .. ISS
,.V t.t. I OS 4la
6.11 B.OI I JO 4 St
; et S 11 "4 16
The fiillowlng frelghtb and chartcm
At-ie noted In San Kninclwo prior to
Antlope llr. ki., l.lfli tonu (at Oyster
ll.trbor t'oal thence to Kahulul; by
Alexander ft Italdwln. Ltd.
Ilelglan King, Ur. str.. S170 tons
Wheat and barley to 17. K.. II., A or IJ.
,IM Mr yd: by (1. V. McNear.
Annie Juhuxou. Am. hR., 97fi tons
I'.tss and nidne to llllo. In Spreckcia
Line: by .1. I). SprccVcela ft Ilros. Co.
Cillfornla, llr sp, 2101 tout. -Wheat
to I' K. II A or B. CI 18e. Prior to
I'liti". II. Kenney, Am bk 1014 tons
Lumber from DiIh port to Satlnaa Crui;
by C, A. Hopper & Co.
rioience. Am sp, mil ioiih tni. i-i-omal
Coal thence to Honolulu.
Fred K. Sander, Am si:nr, 389 ton,
(at llafctlnga Mlllsl Lumber theri-i
to Iqiiliiut. "XU ISs.
II. V. Olnde, Ucr ap, lrtr.2 tons
W'lieitt to I' K, II. A or I). CI 16s; by
. Kpplnger A: Co.. I'rlor to arrival.
I HarlcLb Castle, llr ep. 1S02 tons-
Wheal to V K, II, A or I). Ul ISc 9d.
I by O, W. McNear. Prior to arrival.
.1. f Potter, Am sp. ins tnnst nt
Oyater Harbor) Coal thence to Kahu
lul: by Alexander & Baldwin. Ltd.
.1. 11. Tallunt. Am bchr. 170 tons (al
, . .. . .
iTio4o,;nilllakcley)-I.umbcr thence to Hal
Iphong, .t:i; by Kenton, uoimcs ot w
Prior to arrlMil.
John Kna, Am sp, 2700 tons Darlcy
to New York, option of 17 K; by Hal-
four, fJuthrie A Co. Prior to arrival.
I.a Hruyere, I'r bk, 173S tons Wheat
to I' K, II, A or D, CI IBc 6d; by 1
Kituffman. Prior to arrival.
Manydnwn. llr up, 23X1 tons Wheat
to 1' K, H, A or D, CI 17b Cd; by I,
Kaulfman. Prior to arrival.
Mareihal do Villain. IV bk, 1711 toni
Wheat thence to 17 K. II. A or I),l
vln & Ilyre. Prior to arrival.
Norma, llr sp. 1999 tons (at Tacoma)
Wheat thence, to U K, A. II, or I), t;i
17s Oil. Prlur to arrival.
Repeat. Am, schr, 410 tons Lumber
from Cray's Harbor to Salinas Cruz.
B, N. Cattle, Am bKt, 104 tons Pass
and iiidhii to Hunolulii, Spieckcls'
Line: by .1, I). Sprcckel & llro Co.
Thalatt.i, llr ap, WIS tons Rarloy to
UK, II, A. or I), XI2 Cd; by Rtrnuss &
Co., London. Pi lor to arrival.
Instruments Filed for Record Septem
ber 17, 1901.
W. Orote Oroto Tract, Ptiunut . .
KuHiel Ilroa. WnBhlngton Mercan
tile Co Agrt.
V. Klltchcff and wife N. Kernan
Kahannpaka lsonodaraka :,.
O. y. Davlcs T. C. Davles ...P.At.
K. Plnao I). P. Hoolapa, tr. ...I).
I). P. Hoolapa, tr. Wood lav. n Fruit
Instruments Filed for Record Septem
ber 18, 1901.
W. C. Achl llo Fou I).
L. T. Chin, tr. Wong Sing L.
L. Mong Wa (loo Akuna M.
Ah Vou Hnwn. Realty & Maturity
Hank of Hawaii W. 0. Achl.Par.Rcl.
W. C. Achl J. Nobrlga I).
J. Nobitga--V. O. Smith M.
li. N. Kamattoha and wife Mrs.
Kahili et al H.
Recorded September S.
Chas. Neumann and wife et al. to
Louis Kalilbaum; deed; 1 loud an 1
27 jHTclierj lam!, i aire laud, Wallaait,
Koloa, Kauai; $1. Hook 225, pa.ru
270. Dated July I, 1811.
... to ; deed; poillon R
P. 3003, Kill. 12FL. Kapalama. Ho
nolulu. Oahu; t3(iiu. Hook 22'J. p.i--e
3 Dated Apill 29, 1901.
(1. A. Mailer to Kstate of II. P.
Illahop; ileed; portion (Irani I'WV Nu
uanu street, Honolulu, Oahu; $o20u.
Hook 223, page 422. Dated September
Recorded September 6.
I.ln Yee Chlng to Woodlawn Dairy
6 Stock Co.; tleed; portion Kill. 0I.1O,
Manoa, Honolulu, Oahu; $1. Hook 229,
pago 4. Dated July 8, 1890.
J. If. bennack and wife to John
iravnlho; deed; lots 7 and 23, bloc.c
A, Nuiiaiitt valley, Honolulu. Oahu;
$5ui). Hook 229, page 5. Dated May 1,
Hermann A. Wldemann and wife to
Alfred S. Hartwell; deed; Ap. 2. R.
P. 30o0. Puuntil, Honolulu. Oahu; SI.
Hook 229. page 0. Dated July 3. 1874.
II. Napua to losua lalua: deed: in
terest In (Irani 807. Walpunaula and
Kllna, South Konn. Hawaii; $150. Hook
229, page 7. Dated September 7. 1901.
Recorded September 7.
Win. R. (ntHle. trustee, to W. (.!.
Achl, trusteo; partial toleaBc; lot 99,
Kekio tract. Honolulu. Oahu; $3ii.
Hook 227, pago 70. Dated Augiut -7.
Recorded September 9.
O. Ilurans to Kaiiamura; lease; .,
ucrea land. Opana. Hatnakiialon, Maul,
li yearn at Jin. Rook 228, page til.
Dated August 17. 1901.
Wing Sing Kee to II. P.. Soule Co.
Ltd.; chnttel mortgnge: stock, Q
turen, etc.. Front street, Hllo. Hawaii;
I2.13.8ii, 3 days at 9 per cent. Hook
220; page 3.'0. Dated July 20. 1901.
Win. II. HarncH, by nttorney, to V
M. Fulcher; release; lot 312. Ohio.
Punn. Hawaii; $2.',on. Hook ISO, page
99. Dated September 9, 1901.
Oahu Railway & Land Co. to Honolu
lu Plantation Co.; lease; 211.8 ucren
laud, Walmnno. tiwn, Oahu; 8 years 1
month, at 4 1-2 per cent of sugar crop
per annum. Hook 228, page 0.1. Dat
ed May 28. 1900.
Ho Fat to Ho Shoon; power of at
torney; general powers. Hook 2J4,
pago 320. Dated September 9, 1901.
Chun Yong Kee (firm): co-partner-ship
deed; general merchandise, at
flslininrKet, Honolulu, Oanii: capital
X3C0II. Hook 224, page 322. Date.l
March 22, 1899.
J. Alired Maroon to Henry Nanua:
release; portion Grant 807, Napoopoo.
South Kona. Hawaii; $300. Hook 171,
page 180. Dated September 7, 1901.
Kniina Mncfarlane and husband to
S. C. Allen; mortgage; lot 3, Pauoa,
Honolulu, Oahu: $70110. 2 years at 7 1-2
per cent. Hook 220. page 357. Dated
September 9. 1901.
Illshop & Co. to S. C. Allen; assign
ment of mortgnge: mortgage Mo.'ic
Shoon et al. on R. P. 2099, Kill 11211,
KniimnUaplll, Honolulu, Oahu; $70u.
Hook 220, pago 300. Dated August 25.
Awana to Ah Kwua; chattel mort
gage; leaseholds. Halawn. North Kn
liala, Hawaii; $00uo. 2 per cent per
nonth, .1 years. Hook 139, page 42.
UHteil September II, 1892.
Joyc ltlcarilo to Antonio dos Snntoi;
reiense; R. IV. O.18, lliil. 409, Alio,
l.ahnlnn. Maul, piece land. Piiuti. i.a
nalna. Maul; $300. Rook 214, page
241. Dated September 9, 1901,
Manuel J. Nobrlga to I. Attack :
Icasu; R. P. 04.18, Kill. 327K ami
buildings, Ohlnnul Wnieliu. Maul: 0
yearn, 1st year at $243 nnd 5 yearn
at $140. Hook 228, page 07. Date I
May 8, 1901.
L. Anack to Ah Hliung; assignment
of lease; R. P. 0438, Kill. 3275K nnd
buildings, Ohlnnul. Walchu. Maul;
$110. Hook 228. pago 09. 'Dated So;i
tember 7, 1901.
Peter Manuel and wlfu to Annie i!
I'll r.. 11; portion Ap. 1, R. P. 1020. K'll.
1n27ii, Aiiwallollmu, Honolulu, Oahu.
one-fourth Interest In Ap. 1, R. P.
1020, Kul. 10270, Aiiwalollmii. Hono
lulu, Oahu; $31111, I year at 12 per cent
Hook 220, page 301, Dated Septoiu
her 9, 1901.
New Yoilc, Sept. 10. A special to
the Tribune from nshlngton nays
There is good reason for naylug thai
the arrest of Kmmn Coldmaii In Chi
rago and of Mngglo In the far off Ter
ritory of New "iletlco foieshudown u
movement that virtually has been de
cided upon by tho Federal Govern
moul looking to a most searching in-
estimation of the theory that tint
murderous nsHault on the President
wns the result of an annichlst plot.
Attorney General Knox, Solicitor
Geneinl Rlchardn, and other officials of
Hie Department nf Justice, deny that
they nre working on the belief that
Czolgonz wan the agent of organized
anarchists who plotted to tnko the
President's life. At the baino time, It
Is Interesting to observe that almost
coincident with the return of Attorne.
General Knox to Washington from the
bedside of the wounded President the
arrests mentioned were made, when
at any limn In the last fotty-elglt
hours tho persons now wilggllng In
the strong clutch of the law could
have been arrested.
II AlU, ,1
lluffnlo. Sept. 10. I.ato tonlgli
there was a slight scare nt the Mil
burn residence, caused by the put
traded visit or the consulting phynl
clnns, who remained almost two houm
In consultation, and tnln was Increased
by the announcement In the official
bulletin Issued Just belore midnight
that n slight Irritation of the wound
dlcsovered only tonight, had ncccstt
tateil the opening of n few stitches ol
As stated In the bulletin, which nil
the tloctorn signed, this Irritation was
attilbuted to the lact that a small po
Hon of he President's coat had been
carried Into the body by the bullet I
and although this lorelgn substanc
was removed, a slight disturbance tlu 1
velopcd which made It necessary to
open the wound. The doctors: neck to j
allay all apprehension by the positUe
statement that this Incident cannot 1
give rise to other complications, and I
their frankness In giving the news to
the public leaves no leason to question j
their good Inlth.
Further facts communicated In the I
bulletin that the President Is now well !
enough to begin tnklng nourishment
through the muutn In tho loim of
pun beef Julco was, of tourse. grail
tying, but to the Inytneu the me. .
memloii of a complication, however'
slight it might be, naturally creat- I
ilium. Hut tho most nosltlve nssiir
nnces were given that the only "effect
tuiglil lie to ilelny slightly the healing
of the wound. It was not In nny wu.,
the lesitlt even of n suggestion nl '
blood poisoning. The piiyslclunn tie I
clnied over their own slgnntuies that
It (oiild not result In complication!. 1
The opening of tin wound wan In no
sense an operation. Seveinl of the I
stitches wen- simply taken out. and
nftitt n I tt r-iiit tr It ifri all f ti mt flu. lla,.ii. '
the uoiiuil was again sewed up. Con
sldernble delay was caused by the
fact that n certain dressing desired by
the surgeons was not In tho house, nnd
It was necessary to send Into the city
for It. The first tlmo the messenger
returned he did not have what was
wanted nnd ho had to make another
trip. The uneasiness was nomewhat
Increased when It was learned that
Dr. Mcllurney, who had Intended to
leavo for StockhrldKC. Conn., nt lli'O
o'clock, had missed bin train nnd had
decided to remain out until tomor
Tim doctor hlmsclf'illd all he could
to dispel tint Idea that the change In
hi plans portended anything serious
111 met. lie took occasion to announce
nn an additional evidence of the I in
provemeiit or tho patient that It had
been decided to begin to gle th
President nourishment through the
mouth tonight Instead of waltlns tin
til tomorrow, an had been Intended
Heef evtiuct hail been prepared. Dr.
Mcllurney announced, nnd it was bu
Ing administered an tbu physlclatn
left. Tho other physicians who list
ened to Dr. McHurney'n statement as
sented to It.
After the bulletin was Issued Secre
tary Cortelyou and Mr. Milhiiru came
to the press tent to u,spel ny alarm
tnni niignt nave arisen witti posit iv
assurances of the unimportance of lit1
Incident. Secretary Cortelyou an
pounced that there would not he an
other consultation until morning. Aft
er nil thin there wan quiet at tho Mil
ium! home. Dr. Rlxey and Dr. Wasdhl
remaining on duty throughout tho
From San Francisco, per str. Ven
tura, Sept. 18 A, L. Ahlo. wife, child
and maid. J. F. Archibald. J. Ran
tram, II. Henner. Miss L. Hoardman,
Miss II. II. Church, Mrs. Clark, Dr. C.
U. Cooper, wife and child, J. Dal ley, II.
D. Davis. Miss K. Dennis. C. S. Dcsky,
W. Douglas, A. C. Howling nnd wife,
II. Downing. MUn llowaul. W. II. Mail
ing. H. O. Kryser. Miss M. Tewsley,
Miss M. !:. Kllleun, Miss Downing. J.
Flshel. A. Friedman. F. Gelllsple, Mrs.
S. Orlggn, Mrs. W. M. Hall. F B. Har
vey Miss N. F. Haw ley. Mrs. II. F.
Hajunrd anil child, Mrs. .1. II. Hlgglns,
I'cter High. Mrs. J. II. Hopkins. T. A.
Pcttus, J. A. f'riirun. Miss M. Jones,
Miss It Knrr, Mrs. S. Kenny and child,
11. Klclnhaiis. Miss II, Kleinhnus. Mrs.
I". G. Krauss and Infant, S. Levi, Miss
S. Livingston, Miss S. Love. A. C. Lyon
Mm. Geo. Mntheson, Minn Mathesnn
Miss McCully. MUn Mcljidd. J. F. Mor
gan. Mlsn II. Murray, -Mrs. A, Naberi,
.1, G. Often, L. De Pnttl, Miss M. Prime.
Mlsn D. L. Preble. Miss J. Roller, F.
R11IT0, K. ileN. Sands, J. S. Spltzcr, II,
Stuilnlrzkn and wife, Mrs. Cupt. K. V
Svendsrn, L. A, Thurston, Mrs. Frank
.1. Turk, Mrs. K. L Walt. W. Walters,
O, F. Atttood. F. marketer. Miss Au
gusta Hock, Master W. Duck, Mrs. K.
Howeii. W. 11. L'lkln. Geo. A. Hamlin
nnd wife, Mis. II. lllhn, II. Johnson.
Mrs. A. Kuster and two, children, J.
Morrison, Mrs. K. R. Nnjcs, Mrs. N.
No.ves.Mis. A. Olson nnd Infant, Mrs.
J. II. Richardson and Infant, Mrs. A.
Ritchie and Infant, W. Hockey, Miss
IC. Smith Miss F. K. Smith, .1. W. Smith
Mis, R, Turner nnd three children, P.
A. Ward. Miss W. Whltmnn.
REGATTA DAY NOTHH.
Tliu My 1 tie Hoat Club has decided
not to go Into the four-oared open
shell race, .This will mean that the
nice will not come off unless tho Hen
Inula dccldo to put In 11 couple o'
crows. With tho exception of the
pnlroaieil lace, the Myrtles have doll
nltely decided on the following crews
for Hie Regatta Day events:
Open Harge Lyle. ntroke; Super
No. 3; l.lshmnn, Nn. 4; Johnson, No. 3,
J. Crozler. No, 2; G. Angus, how,
Interiiiednlte Ilarge-H. Giles,
stioke; T. V. King. No. 5; W. Walk
r, No i: w. wrignt, .no. ;i; :-.
Wright. No. 2; I), Vlda, bow.
Freshmen Ilatge (,. crazier.
stroke; Freeth. No. S; Simpson. Nik
4; H. Ross. No. 0; L. King. No. 2,
This Is one type of hideous headache. There are many ,
other kinds, each havlnf; Its particular variety of madden
ing torture or dull, stupefying throb. Headaches belong
to .he past because Cesser's Magic Headache Wafers are
of the present.
If vou smoke loo much, or drink too much,
or eat too much, cr work too much, or sit up
too lats, or get tp too early and have head
ache from any cause, you can stop It In
20 mlnutc3 with
sssssHK 1 lHasF
II ypu take one after drinking or
eatl g heavily before going to bed.
you will arise the next morning with
steady nerves and a clear brain.
Calomel Club Mi wajk-e WIS , Feb. 23. 1909.
Mr. Mix Coistei. Ph. C Mllw.uk-, Wli.
D-.r Sir Yo-jr M.c;n He.-lieh. Water, are . I'-cld-'l n-.-alt7 to .nyone, who.
frorr hoice ar otherwise, mu.t iniilve In the temptauoi.a cf axlely functions. Sins.
mine your remedy I n-ver hara headache, riotwlth.t.nd.rc lite dinner, .nl other clr
rum.t.neei wl l-h uua'ly provoke headache. I find a majorl-y of th club member!
k;ep aurr-Hed llh your ruclc remedy which ll certainly w..!-named.
Youn truly, P, HUMMEL.
Contain no harmful ubataneea ct any kind. They are po.lti.ely helpful to
nerves n4 system. Sold tyall drureiats .1 10c. nd 25c. a box 'four times ss
runy In the 25c box.) The genuine ar. put up In tablet form only. Avoid powders
put tip in c.enet.imaieci raat Decuie Itrn cover, warp oven, .polling fi powj-r
ra wn-n oarrp .re wormy, ue.sier s m.cic neao.cnew.ier. .re e-uai
ore, absolutely In 20 minutes, or return tartly used bM t J drjedrt and he
POCKET A BOX.
At the entrance
to the Famous
lao Vallev. anj
easy access to
volcano In the
for Tourists and
ISLAND OF MAUI.
A. T. HAGDNKAMP. Mimnfjer.
IN THE CIRCUIT COfHT OF THE TIRSl
Circuit, Territory nf lUwtll At CIiipKti In Pro
bate in th matiter of lh tstilt nf Henry CneJon,
Uienf Hnni ulu 0hu Jetfastct. Petition na I eteen
fit a bvS. M l)imn rarirer In ttt trn of Blhp
ani Company a creJttnr rf aU lnita efra.n
fhs.1 Iriirr nf aimiftls.tr atl on Lfton laid ntJte l"
itiiil Iri hirl4, Ihilllni. naii(" It, hcrthv sr.vrti
thJt MONDAY, the yxh Jay nf SEPTEMBER. A. D.
1. at tc nclixk , m., re am nerepy isappoint
ei fm hrarlnr ta.14 p-ttltion In the Court lVHira of
this 1 ourt at Honolulu, at which tlainj place all
ptfwm conirneJ may app" ni ihowcauv If
ny thty he. why sal J petition houlf not bt
Honolulu, AufUkt tr, jgot.
Hy the Cnurt t
1 jt'4t Auguit ! Sept atti, I Clerk.
IN THR ClUCinT COURT. KIHST
Clrttilt of the Territory of Hawaii. In (
ITii'llli', ill llalliut'in. Ill inu uittiii-i
of thu estate of ChliiR Ahl. late of
THE HAWAIIAN LABOR BUREAU
Will niKiiKi laborers In the Hawaiian
Islnnils anil furnish them to planta
tions, Inillvliluals, firms or corpora
tions. Will uuili-rtukp contract work
anil furnish cxperk-nci-d anil rellabln
contractors. Orders promptly at
tended. Telephone 130 Main. P. O. box 877.
Offlco room 30", JudU building. Fort
Htni-t, Honolulu. 1924-lm
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
8ALE OF REAL ESTATE.
I The undersigned, M. A. (Innsahes,
nn nuiKiMinii uiifi ,,, n.ji- i-niaiu u( s
I In.i.il ..I .. rnlta. iln.nnu.ul Inf ...Inl.. I
llWIIIKil, wuiiii. .l.un- M, ,,i .u.v. 1 ., !, ,t..,.urt, . ,.,,, ,,f
!;wn'" :iKs ;;"ofti. t.s --- y - v;:
&k ihat'lllS, "f Auln,,,in,U.:; .".!: XT. L ZLi
, nVrt lestnio 0 rte Ui li m nf "'" Clrt"11 Co,lrt l,f h" 1"'rt Clr-
a nleiud That Krl.laJ t lie IMh dav r,lU' Trritor- of Hawaii, in I'robnte.
nl Sri I nl 1.) 'click !nt t'hn'-". authorlilnK and llcens-
n m In Hm In llr In i" bull .Ire II. - '"K tllP Kald-administrator In hell oil
fir heurlnil'Hald petltl.in. 1.h nnd 1 ? '"r"b ," " , "lc. . .h",
..1 .. . .. .. 1 .. . hi rt'ii ui iiiiitiiv 1 it 1 ii 'ii iu liiu nihil'
, a C". .' r Wjfi?n Vr SlIeenT ft Ho"
...... ..y said pernio,, should not l.e , J,',! 'B.TeiSrl of
Hnwall. on Hatiirdny. the '.'8th day of
September. A. I). 1901. nt 12 o'clock
Honolulu. September 7th, lliOl.
Ily the Court
1' 1). KHI.I.r.TT, Jit..
ifilllt- at Sept. 11. 18. 25; Oct. 2
An article which has stood severe
tests, anJ which jn be furnished
as wantcJ, In eooJ condition.
Sample can be seen
at the store of
Lewers & Cooke,
Kolc AjicntH. 0
Tie Evening Bulletin, 75 conU per u. SMITH. Otrii'l I'm.. & Ticket
iojrtk 40. I'. DKN1SON, aupyiluKiidiut
Stil-ril..' for tlin WKKKI.Y
J'.Ul.l.K'I'LV, onlv .$1 pT iinmiin.
Satlsfiutlon Is a K'oil thliiR, but you
will bo more than gatlrifled If ou brliiK
us jour iirlntliiR mid develupliiK. Ho
linlulii I'liolo Supply Co.
The nullettn. 75 wnu pr mnntn.
Dr. Pierce's Uk-c-trie
Afty wllli IJruiT. ' Uvea
tleate. Sni fur "Book.
llto. ' AJJre.s
I'tiiuci! aucTttic co.,
020 M'-kcl SI., b. P.
Al. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen Sts.
J. D, Jewett
.. j. WILLIAMS
noon, nil of that parcel of land with
ImpriHements thereon situate In Ho
nolulu aforesaid, and popularly de
That certain lot or panel nf land
bounded maiika by home of John Oil
derklrk, Walklkl, by property of V.
II. Hooks makal. by Knott lane, and
r.wii by Maklkl street. lyinK opposd)
to property of W. Ushmnn and H.
I.lshman, nnd particularly described
as follows, to nlf.
All of trait certain parcel of land sit
uate nn the east side of Maklkl street
In Honolulu. Island of Oahu. fronting
141 feet on said Maklkl street, with a
depth of 170 feet, being a portion of
lloyn I'atent .No. tiuas, ami emu amine
nn area of about 22.89(1 square feel.
and helm? the same premises conveyo'l
to A. C. IVhtann by the following
deeds, to wit:
Deed of Manuel Knos, dated Septem
ber 10th. 188S, and recorded In llbcr
112, pace 211.
Deed of J, S. Mattos, dated Septem
ber 10th, 1SSS, and recorded lu lllur
112. pane 213.
A portion of the, Innd described in
lit.. ,l,.l mf I K Mnttnii iliili.tl .llllv
6 1 18th. 1S'J5, anil recorded In liber 133,
i All recorded In tho office of tho
IteKlstrnr of Coueyances in Honolulu
Said sale IjoIiik subect to confirma
tion of the said Com I.
Terms rash In V. S. Cold Coin.
Deed at the expense of the pur-
Kor further Information apply to the
iinderslKiied administrator, or at tba
office of said James l Morgan.
Dated at Honolulu. Sept. 11th. 1801,
M. A. GONSAI.VKS,
Administrator of the Estate of A. C.
I. M. I.ONO,
Attorney for Administrator,
H. Hackfeidj& Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
c Mean W hat W e .s j our
or Ml. rrore, l tnrtliii .. ilrkrti
am) n email Ili.triietiniiM, tt.tluioDl
hU anil .eliil f Rtf ft. ttuumilr 0
MM-t-nriiiiiriateii.iewi ry. wriieatoiiee.
Aern. Bonk cit B0I3H. Ain.nine.H c.rflimauss
Those who appreciate the
clas of photographic work
MISS CAROLINE HASKINS
are cordially invited to inspect
specimen of her skill in her
recpption rmm at the rear of
Art Store and
120 Hotel Sts
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