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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. -T.. TUESDAY, SEPT. 21, 1901
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Lines of Travel.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this lino will arrive nnd leave this port as hereunder:
MOM SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA , 8EPT. 28
81ERRA ... , OCT. 9
ALAMEDA , OCT. 19
80N0MA OCT. 30
ALAMEDA NOV. 9
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
SONOMA OCT. 8
ALAMBDA OCT. 23
VENTURA OCT. 29
ALAMEDA NOV. 13
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers, the agents are pro
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all potutH In (he United States, and from New
York by any steamship lino to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd,
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go,
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Risen Kaisha
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. S. S. CO.
H. H1CKFIBLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of the above line, running In connection wltu the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.Nbetween ancouver. B. C. and Sydney, N.8.W.,
and railing at Victoria. U-C.. Honolulu and Brisbane, arc DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dated below' stated, viz.:
From Vancouver anu Victoria, B. C. Krom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Brisbane and Sydney.)
MIOWERA SEPT. 28
(For Victoria and Vancouver, H. (!.)
AORANOl SEPT. 25
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada, United 8taten und
Europe. For Freight and Passage r.nd all general Information, apply to
Theo. H. Davlcs & Co., Ltd., Gcn'l Aftcntw.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
,, DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pitiflc Coast.
6. 8. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons. Sailed. '
S.S.HAWAIIAN. 6.000 tons, to sail to tall Oct. 15.
8. S. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 ton, sailed from NEW YORK June 16; will
fcld at PUGET SOUND about SEPT. 1 for HAWAIIAN PORTS.
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South Brooklyn, at
all times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. M0R8B,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
The Hawaiian Realty and
Maturity Co., Ltd.
General Agents for
The New Hampshire Fire Insurance
fn. of Manchester, N. H.
ASSET8 $3,367,026 27
Dealers In Heal Estate, Loans, Mort
gages and Etc..
Office, 32 King St.,
Orer Castle & Cooko's.
Phone, Main 141. P. O. Box, 2.
MYRTLE OWNER INNOCENT
' Editor Evening Bulletin: Regard
ing the article signed "Mjrtle" in last
night's edition, 1 wish emphatically to
State, that the owner of the New Zeal
and yuiht Myrtle had absolutely noth
ing to do with the same, und did not
know It was written.
Perhaps 1 wns a little strong In my
remarks, but at the tame time. I hope
and trust that It will cause no hard
feeling between the various yacht own
ers In the third class race. The erron
eous reports about how the race was
won and the accusations that were
brought to bear on the owner of the
same, yacht, who Is indeed a true
sportsman, were galling in the ex
treme, and tended to rouse many hard
thoughts among those interested In
that boat. To be accused of unfair
means of winning without any grounds
for tho samo and for such articles to
be printed and circulated, tend to make
the public have a poor opinion of the
yacht and crew.
If I ha,re hurt anyone's feelings I
humbly apologize to them and trust
they will cast no Insinuations against
the owner of the yacht that won the
Hoping that every consideration will
It shown to the owner ami that the
ridiculous petition that Is referred to
in tho morning paper will be treated
ii H it should ho, ami ulso that the
question of superiority of the third
class boats will be clearly demonstrate
ik) before long,
I am, etc.,
I C. J. 11.
Instruments Filed for Record Septem
ber 23, 1901.
Walklkl Beach Co. F. Hustaec...
V. Mnhlendorf. tr., ct al. O. E.
Kahulul Railroad Co. Dan Young .1..
II. and Wm, Hook est. Jas. Woods
Q. Brown, tr.,' et al'. Union MIlYc'o.
Instruments .Filed for Record Septem
ber 24, 1961.
M. C. Baptlsla Peter Born I..
W. Kalaehao and wife Mrs. A.
A. H. I.. Ilao ct al. Fo'g Sam.... I..
Pang Koon Yau Ah Ml Rel.
Yeo Chong Co. Chlng Chong Co... I..
A. Trask Nahtklkua ct al D.
Ah Ml Sing. Fat U.S.L.
W. Orote T. 8. Kalania D.
T. S. Kalama 'A. Dempter M.
A. 8. Wilcox T. 8. Secwo .!
C. M. Cooke. Ltd. W. C. Achl..
V. C. Achl and wife Ho Fon....U.
W. C. Aehl (1. N. Rutherford I).
Nuno Feruandes and wife Th-i
First Bank oi Hllo, Ltd D.
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 Palaco Sleeper. Buffet, Smolc.
lng and Library Cars, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. If. LOTHROP, General Agent.
13S Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, deneral Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St.San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, isebrasKa.
TOO CAN DO IT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Island? of the croup except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 $2.
WORLD'S LONGEST CABLE.
Washington. Sept. L An Interesting
work on the British trans-Pacific ra
tio, which is to he the longest one ever
laid, has been received at the State De
partment from Consular Agent Robin-
con at Norfolk Island, under date of
The report states that on the pis
sage across to Norfolk Island from
Brisbane, Australia, soundings were
taken every ten miles by the Brltltli
table steamer Britannia, which la be
ing used to mark out a track for the
cable. About a hundred mites from
the coast an obstruction was met In
the shape of a range of submarine
mountains lying directly In the -track,
aad a deviation to the south had to bn
made in order to clear It The great
rut depth obtained was 2S0O fathoms,
aiid the most shallow 237 fathoms, the
Utter being the depth recorded when
the ship was right above the tops of
the mountains. It has been decided
to land the cahlo at Anson Bay, on the
west side of Norfolk Island. Anson
Bay Is six miles from Kingston Set
tlement, and a cable house is to he
built close in to .the shore.
Norfolk Island will he one of the
most Importnnt stations of this cable
route, as all messages to Australia and
New Zealand will converge there to be
lot,i f, i KJLnKjj? mPHHHBlk
At the entrance
to the Famous
lao Vallev. and
easy access to
volcano In the
for Tourists and
ISLAND OF MAUI.
A. T. HAGENKAMP, Manager.
Heielili Office, 315 Fort St.
TBL., MAIN 131.
f Messenger will call for j ojr message
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
The man who talks too much Is en
countered In every country aud In
every class. General Waldersee, who
commanded the German forces during
the troubles In China, has brought
down on his head condemnation from
all quarters for the freedom which he
has allowed his tongue since his re
turn. He has magnified his own ser
vice and tho Importance of tho (ler-
niau Influence In Chinese affairs to a
degree that Is offensive at home ns well
as abroad. Waldersee lacks the virtus
of modcHty which nearly all the tiuly
great possess. utlcn Press.
KINO STREET LINE
anievrr is mlnulM thereafter tl.l to.), n:u and
J U, III. , UH.KV.J ..I.-."!
Cin leave Walklkl tor town at r. j. 6 1 1. 45 A
tvrr is mtnuiM inereane. un
,. u u ,,nm wa UK, I'o 10 in. I
Car. leave R Ranee or Pawai ltcnfor townal
Honolulu Rapid Transit
and Land Company.
School Children's Tickets
Hair-fare school children's tickets
may le purchased from tho conductors
nn the curs, or at tho company s office.
oil AlaptU stre-l. These will he Rood
for the transportation of school Will
ilrt'u" up to 17 years of age in goln?
to and coming from school, between
thu hours of 7:30 and 9:30 a. m.. and
1 and 2:30 p. m. on regular schoul
C. C. Ballentyne.
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
SISIA.M. ana vtfy 15 rntnuiei m.reaiwr in, i, .oer.m
C.r leit hort nl Kinc '! Ofiwr lot Palima
t6:io A.w. nl tvfry ! nlntiut alter till ti.tj
Car lat lor Palama only at j and sto A..
Can lata PiUma loi Waikikf ) n M. and tviry
it mlnutei till .) V " . then at io'ii ard lo 4J P.M.
Thiril"-' IroraPalacnaltrl'unah-ju onlj oei
lo WalkiUnn S,iturday.
Caia leave luit and Kins urtfi turner loi Rule
Rani-! at j:ao ar.a i-jo ..
Call lat ort and glnc nrf' Ci-tnel lot Walklkl
at 6 ejA.M. and ny ij mlnuin till ic ml'. then at
lo.y and ll if Y M. Tbe il ! IMS, goes 10 Walklkl
HERETANIA STREET AND I"IUANU VAU tT.
r-.r. I... . Pi.njhiiu Stable I. ' Town at :and
loi fon and Vllley at 5 I ! ,. " 'ni
Canle'ate OihJ Collefe lot tow,, id Valley at
e.u.o.50 and? ioa.m andrter) lumi.. tea till low
p w, eirpi in wrtn nv.i.r.i'.ni "- -'- -"
run Irooi the StaM,
Car, Lave Nuuanu Valley at fie e.)o ( to A, and
tvery io minute thereafter till lo jo P.M.
Can leavr. lurt and Queen triet lor Puniliou
Collet at C o$ 6 j o 45 A M andvery lo mlnuiea
altertllluuP.H. Alter that th can run to tin
Stable up to it:sor.M. which lithelattcar Iron Town,
reachlnic the Stable at n:)PJ' '
O. R. &. L. Co.
Plum and after January 1, 1899.
TATIIIJS. I..ILY )AU
.O.t.ard) ex.SMu .jsjrr ex. Sun ff
llrnolulu . 10 in li ij 1 tS I io
Pearl Cm . i oi nn J IT V'0
l-wi Mill . II io: 8 i uo 4-n o lo
Walame io so .... 4 is
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The Eveplns Bulletin, 11 centa per .
C. SMITH, (i'-n'! Tase. &. Ticket Agt.
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tests, and which Jn be fumliheJ 4
b as wanted, 1n good condition. C
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I OIL PORTRAITS.
Recorded September 13, 1901.
C. Lnl Young to Slnl.a (); deed.
Interest in It. I'. 13H4. Kill. 8S93. It.
P. 1.172, Kul. Intnl. Kntlim. Ktwlau
poKo, Oahu; V!W. Hook 'J23. pago
441. Dated September 1.1. 1901.
Kllzii I). Low to J. A. Magulre;
deed; lutciest In It. 1. 727. Ki'opu 2.
North Kona, Hawaii; $7m) Hook T2i,
pago 410. Dated September fi. 1S0I.
Kamanaomd Hall and hunband In
II. I. Baldwin ; deed: Inlerent in
Grant llf.r. and It. 1'. 1M3. Kul. S5.M,
Kaannpall, l.ulinlnn. Maul: Hmi. I look
223. page 439. Dated September 10.
Recorded September 14, 1901.
Makanoo and huxhand to Keahlalo
and husband: deed: two ucri'H land.
Kukuati 2d, South Hllo. Hawaii; $ir.
Hook 223. page 442. Dated Auicuitt 21,
Chime I loon vt al. to Geo. McMlllen;
deed: Interest lu rlxht of pitrclinii';
leaso No. 5!, Kaapahtl, Hamakua', Ha
waii; 11. Hook 223, page 293. Dated
Annual 26. 1901.
Malla K. Kaiheuul and husband to
K. Hay; deed; piece land. Front
Btreet. Hllo, Hawaii; ItuW. Hook 22.",,
paxe'292. Dated AiiEUHt lu, 1901.
Antonio J. ualilelrn anil wire to
Antonio O. Jardlm; deed: lot 3, Kit-
kuau 2d, Hllo, Hawaii; $12(10. Hook
223. parte 44.1. Dated June 13, 1901.
Hookano Kanaloa and wife to Josn
RoKiie; deed: portion 11. P. S02. Wal
naku. Hllo, Hawaii: $tr,i. Hook 22'.
paKU 294. Dated May 3. 1901.
Jotte Carre ro to Mum V. Neves:
deed; Orant 443.1. Knlwlkl, Hllo. Ha
waii; im. Hook 223. pace 441. Dated
July 22. 1901.
W. Conrodt nnd wife to Jose tin
Itefjo Sllva; deed: piece land, near
Volcano street. Hllo. Hawaii; G00.
Hook 223, page 290. Dated August
Jas. Armstrong to I.. I.. McCand-
Icsk; deed: InteroHt In Orant 404, in.
teiest In R. P. 18j. Kul. r9.4. Walkntm.
Koolaupoko. Oahu: )I00. Hook 229,
page 32. Dated April IS. 1900.
Chuck Man to Chuck Lining; mort
gage; leasehold, etc.. Puuhaunul. llu
nalei. Kauai; S50. Hook 227, page 93,
Dated July 2. 1901.
J. V. Kelelna to J. L. Walllula:
deed: It. P. HO 41. Kul. UlQfi. Knlkiil-
ntil. Wnllau. Molokal; $81. Book 229,
page 31. Dated July 11. 1901,
lil k. Nalpo to Koiiort K. Naluo:
deed: Interest In It. Ps. 783, 2104 and
.'I.7. Koklo, Kohala, Hawaii' S30.
Rook 229, pagtj 30. Dated September
Koonohl Ijilone and husband to
Mrs. Julia P. Akana; deed: one-half
share, hill land of Hiielo, Hamakualtm,
Maul; ,". Hook 229. page 29. Dated
St-ptember 4. 1901.
Makahou and husband to A. Rungo;
deed: H. P. 7205, Kul. 54391). Papaa
ea, Hamakiialou, Muni; $."0, Hook
229. page 28. Dated August 31, 1901.
Young Hee. hy attorney, to Won
You; luase; piece land. Peepee, Vnl-
InKii, Maul: V!l0 per nnmini. 20 yearp.
Hook 22S, pago luo. Dated September
D-W. Mursh to Hllo Tribune Pub.
Co.; lease; nnil aKreement: piece land.
King street, lino. Hawaii; z years.
19 years at ISuii. 10 years nt J4S0.
Rook 228, pagu 104. Dated September
Hllo Tribunn Puh. Co. to C. C. Ken
nedy; assignment of lease; piece land,
King street. Hllo. Hawaii; $1. Honl;
228. page loi. Dated September ,
Fred. Harrison to W. M. Citnnlni;-
ham: lease; piece land and buildings,
Alnken utreet. Honolulu. Oahu; 10
years at $2"U0. Hook 221. pagu -101.
Dated September 13. 1901.
Recorded September 17, 1901.
J. ..aaluhtin et al. to J. M. Koala-
him: deed; Interest In II. P. 712. Wal
kele, Kwa. Oahu: . Hook 229. page
32. Dated May 31. 1901.
Ahutm to W, It. Cnstln; deed: In
terest In (liont 2032. Kalaoa 2d. North
Kona. Hawaii; $1. Hook 229, page
34. Dated September 10, 1901.
Keola to J. Ilnokaaku; deed: share
n hul land, hnhuna, Koolnutoa, Oahu
.41. Hook 229. page 34. Dated July S.
Ilnokaaku and wffo to M. H. ! in
ter: deed; share in hul land. Kahniin.
KiKiluuloa. Oahu: S40O. Hook 229.
page 3.", Dated September 1ft, 1901.
Recorded September 18, 1901.
J. .,obrega ami wife to !'. M. Ly
nns; mortgage; lots 12 to 18, Inclusive.
block 19. Kalulunl tract. Honolulu,
Oahn; C0. Hook 227, page 104. Dat
ed September 17, 1901.
All You to Hawaiian Realty nnd Ma
turity Co.. Ltd.; moitgagu; lot 22,
block 7. Kewalo tract, Honolulu, Oahu;
$100. Hook 227. pago 101. Dated Sep
tember 17. Viol.
Hank or Hawaii. Ltd.. to V. O. Achl;
paitlal release; lots 12 to 18 inclusive
block 19. Kalulanl tract, Honolulu,
Oihn; $r.50. Ilook 227, page 103. Dat
ed September 17. 1901.
Motion fop Nonsuit.
A motion for nonsuit whm made by
defendants In the Catholic Ulshop's
ejectment case against Sol. Kauai and
wife nnd Ho Hee, when the plaintiff
tested yesterday nfternoon. Both
Hides niude such stiong urguments.
vrhllr the Jury wus let out for nn air
ing, that Judge Little took over night
for the consideration of u iiillng.
Hi UTO U
11 IHi EWE
Hllo. Sept. 20. Threo Porto lllcnns
In the convict chain gang nt work on
the Hamakua road near Kamiiee. elud
ed the vigilance of J. D. Mnrlln, th
lun.'i In charge, and made their csenp.
In the direction of the hills. The
flight wns made early yesterday morn
ing. The alarm wns soon (timed In
and two officers, tuo guards and tin
tuna dispatched to search for the convicts.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
The undersigned, M, A. Oonsalvcs,
ns administrator of tho estate of A.
C. Pestana, deceased, hy virtue of an
order made and issued by tho Hon
orable (leorge I). Hear, Second Judge
of the Circuit Court of the First Cir
cuit. Territory of Hawaii, In Probate,
nt Chambers, authorizing and licens
ing the said administrator to sell pil
the real estate belonging to the said
estate, hereby gives notice that ne
will sell at public auction, to the high-
Thn niiimnar.,1 lonilnr In the break for V." """' ul " ""lenruuni oi jamcx
... . .' '.. . , l Morgan. No. t5 Queen street. In Ho-
liberty Is Iranclsco Lopez, who once nouhu Matlll Jr 0anlIi Territory of
before tried tho same game. At that Hawaii, on Saturday, tho 2Sth day of
time he wns under sentence for being September, A. D. 1901. at 12 o'clock
mixed 'in a common affray. He was re- noon, all of that parcel of land with
improvements tnereon situate in, Ho
nolulu aforesaid, and popularly de
That certain lot or parcel of land
bounded mauka by home of John On
dcrklrk, Walklkl, by property of W.
II. Hooks makal, by Knos lane, and
Kwa by Maklkl street, lying opposite
to property of W. Llshman and It.
Llshman. and particularly described
as fnllons, to wit: '
All of that certain parcel of land sit
uate on the east side of Makikl street
In Honolulu. Island of Oahu. fronting
141 feet on said Makikl street, with n
depth of 170. feet, being a portion of
Royal Patent No. 6035, and containing
nn area of about 22.890 square feet,
and being the same premises conveyed
to A. C. Pestana by tbe following
Raptured and when cornered pulled a
gun upon nil raptors, lie was disarm
ed and brought back to tTie city, tried
on three new counts, his total sentence
footing up one csr. This second es
cape makes him liable to the Imposi
tion of another yenr's additional time,
io It Is expected that Lopez will re
sort to desperate means to make hit
escape good. In his previous flight
Lopez dragged a ball and chain and
this time his speed will be impeded In
tbe same way unless his chains have
been broken by his comrades. Lopes
Is stnrtlng out with a good beginning
of nn Imitation of Jcnn Val Jean.
The other two escaped convicts are
Jose Koilrlgues, ,ln for threo months 'deeds, to wit:
(or vagrancy, nnd Amello Hals, sen
tenced last week to rite months for as
saulting a Frenchman with a knife.
Neither of these wns encumlif red with
hall and chain.
The escape was made after the men
had gone to work on tho road. How
much of a start they secured before
their flight was discovered Is not
Late Inst evening. Deputy Sheriff
Overend with a posse' had been 'unaliln
to run down the fugitives. Rewards
of $10 each have been offered by SherlaT
Andrews for their rapture.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coillnga Oil
Field of California.
Proven oil lands, completely sur
rounded by as rich oil-producing wells
as there are in the State, yielding from
0 to 2.0 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at tho Cou!
inga wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With twenty-live producing wells of
100 barrels each per day, you can
make your own calculation as to
The oil Industry of California Is In
Its Infancy, yet many fortunes havu
been mado hy Judicious and lucky In
vestments in oil stock. Many mora
will bo made In the near future.
The averagu advanco on original
sales of oil stork In twenty lending
companies In California has been
from $1 to $108 per share.
Oil lands have advanced from $1.2j
to $1,000 nnd $2,000 per acre.
When the Paclflo Union OH Com
pany has a number of producing wells
on its property, its stock will have
tho same show for even a greater ad
vance, as some oil stock has advanced
from $1 to $1,300 imt shore.
Tho Pacific Union Oil Company has
no salaried officers, and is controlled
by well-known gentlomen of Integrity,
who will see that tho money derived
from tho solo of stock will he legiti
mately applied to the development o(
For further Information, apply to .1.
H. riSIIHH ft CO.. Stork and Rond
Urokcrs, and Hawaiian agents for tho
sale of a limited amount of Pool lie.
Union Oil Company stock. Stangon
wald building. Merchant street.
Deed of Manuel Runs, dated Septem
ber 10th, 1888, and recorded In liber
112, page 244.
Deed of J. S. Maltos. dated Septem
ber 10th, 1888. and recorded In llb?r
112. page 245.
A portion of the land described in
the deed of J. S. Mattos. dated July
18th, 1897, and recorded In liber 158,
AH reroided In the office of tho
Registrar of Conveyances In Honolulu
Said sale being suhect to confirma
tion of tho said Court.
Terms rash In U. S. Cold Coin.
Deed at the expense of tho pur
chaser. For further Information apply to the
undersigned administrator, or at the
office of said James F. Morgan.
Dated at Honolulu. Sept. lltb. 1901.
M. A. C10N8ALVES,
Administrator of the RsUte of A. C.
I. M. LONO. , ..
Attorney for Administrator. " "T
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THK
First Circuit. Territory of Hawaii, in
Probate, nt Chambers. In tho Matter
of thu Kstate or William Keating, de
censed. Intestate. Petition having
lioen filed by Frances Keating, widow
of said Intestate, praying that letters
of Administration upon said cstato !
Issued to Cecil Drown, notice Is hereby
given that Monday, the 2tst day of
October, A. I). 1901. nt'10 o'clock a. nu
in thu Judiciary building. Honolulu.
Oahu, Is appointed the time and place
for hearing said petition, when and
where all persons concerned may ac
inar and show cause. If any they have.
why said petition should not ho granted.
Honolulu. Oahu. Sept. 17, 1901,
Hy the Court: 'V
J. A. THOMPSON.
al! Sept. 17. 24. Oct. 1. 8.
Those who appreciate the
class of photographic work
MISS CAROLINE rUSKINS
are cordially invited to inspect
specimens of her skill in her
reception room at the rear of
Art Store and
120 Hotel St
All hills duo W. V. Wright's cat.
rlagu munulHctory will be collected or
H. Decker or Wm. Fernandes; any oth
er receipts given by any one will not
bo recognized by me. .
W. W. WIIIOHT.
1945 Sept. 18. 20. 21. 24. 20, 28.,
Oct. 13. C.
Prof. J. H . Amine, violinist and
teacher, who has been suffering from
n govern attack of typhoid fever at lb
Queen's Hospital, Is convalescing and
will meet Intending pupils at the horns
of Mr. Wm. Frazeo. VineyavJ
street, near hospital. Telephone Bine
Four nnd a half million poplu uie
London's swimming baths yearly.
S.G-p: RUPTURE CURED
''Gji'V' for TH DOLLARS.
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Hv 3l 'J- ,! 'in I .million iu nini
".TT rA I -r.C. lnrr.1 X'i mlliti.,ill
jrtiiti'r'iTPi oriuiui.nrat ii.u-
ri..iiisr, r irMiii fu'l I' ' .r,i...non i. ,t ..' , ',i-ii
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Sealed tenders will bn received by
tho Hoard of Fire Commissioners, Ho
nolulu I'lre Department, at their of
fice. Central Station, until 12 o'clock
noon October ftlh. lf'M, for supplying
tho Department with a team of two
horses; these hoises to he sound and
active, -neigh nbotit loO'i lbs. cadi,
stand 17 hands high, ago between 7
and 8 enri old, nnd must pass Inspec
tion by the Cov eminent Veterinary
Surgeon nnd meet the apptnval of tho
Chief Knglncor arier two weeks' trlul!
delivery lo bo mado within 60 days aft
er notification of neceptadce of tender.
The I'ommlsslonets rosonu tho
right to icject any or all bids.
K. It. O. WAI.LACIl.
Secietnry Hoard of Commissioners,
Honolulu lire Department,
Lenrn to draft Tour own 'pattern.
Now Is your time to get Instruction
to use the celebrated McDowell system
of garment cutting.' For particular
apply to MI18. Ai M. MBI.LIS.'
Agent for the Hawaiian Territory,
iionoiiuu. nept. is, isui.
1051 Fort street, upstairs; 'Phons
Hluo 3001. 1941-lw
THE HAWAIIAN LABOR BUREAU
Will engage" laborers In' the Hawaiian
Islands and furnish them to planta
tions. Individuals, firms or corpora
tions. Will undertake contract wort
and furnish experienced and reliable
contractors. Orders promptl;' tit
tended. Telephone 230 Main, P. O. box 877.
Olllco room 3u7, Judd building. Fort
street, Honolulu. 1924-lm
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