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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. It. T WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 2r., 190).
MHft rffw -y'm" " 1C
f 'up v
I Hsu IS HEARD BY CENTRAL
I (I T- "MM Who's speaking?" I
I will I "This is E Hal1 & Son;' i
r I Z$Jmfim "E. 0. Hall & Son! Why, I
1 I 1 '"HlotIb business."
Out of business? Not 1 n Jug full. We have bought out
H the Pnclflc C)cIo Co, hpU door to Thiers', nml hnvc Just re-
reived 150 Columbia, Cl-vdnnd nnd liamblcr lllc)eles besides
a full line of shelf harjnntc Things look like a tnrge sized
H beehive down lii'ti' ami we wnnt )ou to come around to see us.
I E. O. HALL & SON,
... J3r4l,"b Hle good things to enl
vve have Just opcnul n tlnu assortment or
some of the follow Ins; kinds
C. J. DAY & CO,
The King of Natural Table Waters
A Snttii'iil NpurkltniX
W'liter bottled nt the
The l"norlte of New York
and London 5oc'ety.
.Inhannic vx ns selected im
dUIIdllillb ,1C td,iPi
in 0111 111110111 the nilneriil
vxjitcrs of the world h) "The
l.nnilon l.nncct." The hlheHt
meillciil mitlioflt) .
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
No More Dread
of the ental Chair
TKHTH EXTHACTHn AND KILLEIi
AIl?OLPTni.Y WITHOUT PAIN b)
our late scientific method applied to the
xr.ni! No Bleep-producing agents ot
These are the onlv dental parlors In
Honolulu haxlng PATEN I'HD APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extrai t, fill
and appl) gold crowns and porcelain
rowns undecteinble from natural teeth
nd warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT Tim LKAST PAIN All work
clone by OKADL'ATHD DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 ) ears' experience, and
fach department In charge of a Special
lt. (Jlxe us a call, and )ou will find
ns to do exnctl) as wo advertise We
111 tell )ou In ailxiimo exaetl) what
your work will e.ost by a KHHi: EX
Set Teeth S5 OO
Gold Crowns $5.00
Gold Fillings $1 OO
Silver Fillings 50c
Our name alone will bet a guarantee
that )our work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Dullding, Hotel Street
" LAJ3H2S IN ATTENDANCE.
We tire noxv In the Aiitoinolillc
Building nnd lire prepared to turn
the flneKt liver) in town.
ItoiirdcrH Hiitc from fire, tin
the hullding is FIRE-PIMM)!'.
KINO IIS IIP I
Tel. Main 301
For You !
and It's our business to sell them
looklis nnd biscuits, Including
Orange Cookies, Etc.
NOTE OF THANKS.
The officers and directors of B ().
Hall & Son. Ltd. tnkc pliasuie In e.
prtsslng thilr nppreilntlon of tin
pionipt mannir In whlih our Ins-ir-nine
tlalms, odasioned b) the de
st ruction of our store, hne bun nil
Justed b) the agents of the sex trill
Wo now wish to take this oiinortu
nlty to thank m for the kind conijil
tuition we have recelxed at the hand
)our eonipnnles. and for )our eour-
im- iitiiieiii 111 0111 tiauns.
i: O. HALL & SON. LTD,
i: II PAHIS Seeretnrj.
To Mi ssrs Illshop A. Co . P. A
Se hue fir . Co H P Illshop. Oiar
Lansing A. Co. II. Hackfeld & Co I.
M. Dow sett. Castle &. Cooke, M. S.
Orlnhium & Co, C llolte l'lll It
THE HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO.
Nothe Is hi li bx clxen that tin- stni I:
.. tu i in uinm-iiameii (ompaii) win
.i ... , " ll ""m ",'u, -
mi; nn' nn nisi, io .xioneinv 2uln
btaled tenders for the construction
of one nnd nine-tenths miles, or there
aliouts, of rallwa) track, on King
stieet, extending fiom Llllha stre"i
to the IVrtlllzcr Works, will bo le
iclxed b) the Honolulu Itapld Transit
a. i-iiiiu uompan), up to 12 o clock
tioou. October 1st, proximo
Plans profllis nnd speclflcntlons
(an be seen at the eomimnx's ofllip.
Mapal street Honolulu.
The, sitKissfiil bidder. If nnv. mint
furnish n siitlsfartor) bond for the die)
rullilliiK nt or tho contract. The low
est, oi an) bid not necessnrlly accept
ed C O I1ALLENTVNE
Manager II It. T. 4. L. Co
Honolulu. Sept 2J 1&01. HTiOCt
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Ginger Beer, Birch Beer, Hire's Reot
Beer, Cream Soda, Wild Cherry, Or
ange, Raspberry, Strawberry, Sarsapa
rllla, Vanilla Cream, Lemon, Ginger
Ale, Apple Cider, Pineapple, Peach
Champagne, Orange Champagne, Kol
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cider
and Soda Cocktalle.
Mineral Waters Carlsbad, Con
gress, Lithla, German Mineral Water,
Seltzer, Vichy and Pure Distilled Wa
ter from the Barnstead SMI, Boston,
for family and medical use a specialty.
Brews and Aerated Water, 50c per
doz. Distilled Water in 3 aallon riem
Distilled Water in 3 gallon dim
IJohns. 10c per gallon and 50c charge
on demijohn until returned
Thursday, Sept. 26th
Grand Vaudeville Enter-
tainmpnt ' the Hpensth of
lailllllClll the entire compiiny
Cluincje ot ProfXramme lit encli
8ATURPAY CVIiMISG, Sept. 28,
"The Bslle oOJew York"
Matinee on SutiirJay Aiternoon,
Belle ol New York.
Children lialf prlco to all paitb of
the the ater.
Doors open at 1 10, pLiformanto to
oiniiiciKii ut i sharp
There will bo no tie rformnuce to
night (Wulncsdu)) or Kildn) evinlng
The bo plan now open nt Wall
Nichols Co, wlure seats can bo had,
PRICES . $1.50, $1, 75c, 50c,
Boxes $12, $10, $8.
Doors open at 7 30 p in , ovcrtilro
nt S p 111, euiilugeu lit 10 3U
MORE PORTO RICANS
Loft Angi li s. S( pt 14 More Porto
Ilium (abort th are ciulul to pass
through Ik re bouml for Honolulu
win re the) nre to work on the lla
xwillnn mgnr plantations. The Pacific
Mall stcniiislilp Cc'jii In now at roil
Los Angdes, where she In untloratoo 1
to be awaiting the next conslgmnt m
of emigrants outward bound. At the
Southern Patlfle hcnduiinitors there Is
absolute Ignninmc on the suhjict, ps
was the case with runner consign
incuts of the sntne Hort. No one could
be found today who loutil 01 would
throw an) light on the objitt of the
Colon' iireHent xlslt In these waters
It was glxen out about two Tnontln
ago Hint the total numb r of Porto
Hlrnns to be pent to the Hawaiian
sugar plantations would nggrcgnU
".nun, nnd or tliln number about 22i'
had Hit 11 Hlt(dil) genu foiwaid, lia
lug ismi, or about Iwo axunge loads
Mich as the Colon has been lu 111-1
habit of earning still to pass thious'i
l.os Aug) lis hound for Honolulu
STIEL STRIKE SETTLED
I New Yolk Sept H The st el
I Ml Ike xxns settled here this afternoon
lit n ronference bitwicn the lepre
smtntlvcs of the Amalgnmattd Asso
illation nnd the Steel rrust. 'Hie
agreement was signed 11) no! 11 sines
nml the nun will return to work Mod
day Neither side would sa) on what
turns tlie strike was settltd but rM
Is believed the londltlons laid down
b) President Hchxvnh last wiek were
accepted. These provided that nil tl,"
mills for Willi li the Ainalgamati d Ak
Mutation's schedule had In en slgnul
Inst )tar, with the eMeption of id
mills started up Indepenilcntlx li the
tiust since the strike, should be mil.
Inlri d as union mills.
i CLEVELAND'S WORDS
Prlmitmi V I K"pt ll-Vlu,i
Intel xlexxied h) a tunviuoiiih nt, who
conxexeil to him Hie llrt news ol
Mr. .MiKlnle)'s death, ex Preside III
Oroxer Clexel.mil. nt Ills home, tu 11I1
the follow lug statement'
'This N dienilfiil mws and 1111111
iiuel bicausc It stilkts down the
lonfldent nnd lomfortlug expcitatluu
whl h nil our piople were HuouruKeii
ti (iitertnin that Hull Piesld-nt
would be saxed fioiu ilinth. In tin
nlfllctlxe gloom 'lurniiiudinK tills thllil
Prislilentlul minder within the meiii
ci) of tiieu net )t old we lull scnii"
l kiep out ol mind a feeling of stun
n'hg nmiizemiut Hint In fite Aintilrn
! pi iif. "Illlin 1111 III IIIIH II' III!' aillt IPil
Ua, , w(, n goxi riimi nt eonsec int
til in iMiiiiiliir wirntonti,! tnnl. tiln.. i.l
the danger of assassination slioul I
. - : "
en eiHompass the faithful Olsdiaiv
ol the hlglust olliilal ilutx. It Is haul
at siidi a time as this to (iilmt) ami
pnttintlx await the iinlolding ol Iho
pi 1 pose of (it d "
ORDERS TO CATHOLICS
Vew York. S( pt. II On the r
(dptot the news of the ilealh of Vus
liient .MiKlnlej. Ardiblshop Corrlgan
,rlu., I, ttc r to all the
lull sts In 1 v
expiissliiK grief nnd sor
low. Tho letter dlieets the pilcsts
'afier high mass on ever) Sunday if
lllils month to icelte with the piople
the lltnii) or the saints, tunt Hod n
Ills mere) nil) look gnu lously on the
iiintlou and drive fiom it the iliiugci
(ins mid fntnl pifneliiles whose conse
IqueiKis hne plunged the whole laud
In sorrow. The Adiblshop continues
'I would leijuest )ou further to mi
luiss upon the fnlthful the constant
tinehlngs of our Hoi) I'ather, Pope
l.i o XIII against the eriors of social
"Pope Leo XIII ctenoillHcil the p-tt
or socialism and nnaiih) In his v ix
lltst .tirlrllinl I, tti r nml rm iimiii
later occnsliins These ti'udilngs if
the Soxerelgu Pontiff are diieded to
I the xxiirklng classes and to the piopl's
ol the xarlous natlonalltlis
YACHT RACH PLANK.
New York Sept II The date most
talked of now foi the lnternutlon.il
) .u 111 i aces Is October '.
It Is said tonight that Sli '1 nomas
Upton will Insist that the incis begin
I September 2s If this dutu Is unac-
ctpted he ami the Snamiock will letuiu
I to England
I he New York Yacht Clug failed
nntlf) Llptciii of the selection of the
de fender .xesterdn). us required b) tho
rules, nml LI pt on could claim the cup
h) default. He, howeX(r, won't do this
MR. SCHWAB ON BOYS
That Charles M. Schwab, the Presi
dent of the billion dollar steel eorpoi
utlon, should lmxe found time, on an
cutilng that cume between two Wall
iitml panics, to tdl a loomful of bu)
IS""" thing about success In life was uu
eillf.xlng ilicumstuuie, and the talk Uu
gaxe was ns editing as his wllllngnesi
to glxe It The ho)s wire pupils Hi
Hie St. Oeorge's Hxenlng undo School
In New Vork, and the occasion xxiu
the schools iiinimeniitnint When it
comes to talking to bo)s (and there Is
mt 1.1 ml .if illuf,ii,,c. li.... ...11. ..- ........
..w .....i. ... .... ...iir.,' ,,,,,. itlllO 1UI UJUIU
Bumptlou) Mr. Hihxxub Is 11 vc r gool
Aussuiuljig that the bo) who wanted
to do well was houest and htrulghtfoi
ward, foi that wus lndlsii nsiihle, Mi.
Schwab made his points, which xxeie
that cxery bo) must expect to make his
own xxii), and the way to make It Is
h) excelling In his "idally work, nnd
that the great men In maniifacturlnii
and Industrial lines ure not the meu
with college educations. In this last
particular Mr. Schwab seems to he of
tho same mind us Mr. Curneirie and
the lute Mr. Huntington, (live the bo
who hopes to he a manufacturer man
ual training, ho sn.xs, and start him tu
work at IB or 17. He will get siuh .1
start Hint the lad who stit)s In college
till lip Is 20 can ncxir ox ei take him
So Mi. Helm ah thinks, and he Is con
firmed In his opinion by knowing that
a xer) large proportion of the lendirj
In finance, ninniifartiirtu nnd tiado In
this louiitr) are inn who did not go to
college. I'lidoubtcdly xvhit he said
was ver) fit to be disclosed to the pu
pils ut a manual tiulnlng school. lis
might lmxe added with equal truth that
when a (list class bo) who has had
manual training goes earl) to wnik and
comes to the top It Is largely Ixrnusii
he Is a (list class bo) Harper's Weekly.
Weithcr llurenu, Punnliou. Septem
Jer S3 Temeprtitiire Morning mini
mum 72, Mlda)d maximum S4
Nitrometer nt a m 110 01 Hlslng
Halnrall 0 01.
Dew Point C5F.
Humldlt) at !i a. 111 00 per riot
Diamond Head Signal Station, Sep
tcmber 2--Vathtr(lar, wind fresh
Tuesilax, Si pt 24.
Sihr. Illanche nnd Kill., train Ku
It g A. T Watien, Harm con
10111 S.m Francisco
Marx E Kostci. Thompson, IT dn)i
10m Snn l'rnni Isco
V( dliesdiix , Si pt 2
Am. sdir V. 11. Smltli Smith, Hf
1:i from Niwtastle
C-A S S. Aoiangl. H11). fiom the
Tuesdax. Sept 24
l.ihua Napala, fin .M0I0I..1I
Knwnltanl fur Konlau polls
I'laudlne Parkir lor .Maul
V O. Hall
S, 1 liompsoii.
or Kauai ports.
Stun Ke All Hon Mother, for l.i
lalna Kanuapall, Honokan and Kukiib
Stinr. Nllhau. V Thompson, for j
Vnahola and Kllniiia.
Sihr A1I1I Slater, lu ballast for Hie
WVdlusdax, S pt. 24. I
P 8 V T SuinniT, I.) man fo
Mniilln 1 anoijiur.iin anuni.l' 1
Priim tin C'nloiilis tu p f C q 4 '
..pVniV i..rfmilp-.' i. i xi,t I
Aorangl September 2i. .Mi. and Mrs 1
li A Jordan. Dr McMillan Mis !
) Ta.xlcr ,ind dnuhhter.
Kiom San Krandseo p i I' S A
1' Wnnen, Scptembi I 21 Lieut Col
II. II Osgood, Lkut. Col O C He I
Dinnn Lieut. Col C. A P llattliln
fifth Caxalr.x; Capt. C. It. Itiuiroi-d
Cnpt O E. F(di(t. Capt A M Ed
wards. Chaplain E. P Wtwson, Chap
'aln O C. Stull. Supt. D. S. Hohoit
T Olive r. first lieutenant Thlrtln
nrmtry; Second Lieut W. C. Oinde
nil. Sexenlcenth Inlnntr) , SkoimI
Lieut. C. A. Hudl. Mrs. A. M Wll
kins Mrs, A. lones. Mrs. W. M.
Close, Mrs. L. A Kdwurds. Mrs I.
P Hueker. Mrs. It. T. Ollxei, Mm
Ellis Norrls. Mrs. O A Leonard Mm. I
F. A .Marshall. .Mrs .1 It Douglass
Mrs J. D. Little. Mrs Edwin Hell.
Mm. C. P Kuhn. Mis W. S. Vnlen
tine. Mis E It. Tenne), Mrs M. K
Mitchell. Mrs It. II Osgood, J. It
Hull. M. E. .Mitchell K lVtehet. J. i
II Voss. E It. Edwanls lohn Stull ,
Harold Stull. W II btnntcn E I I
UllibniiH II J. Albro L. L. Logan, i
J A. Hagrdte K. C Joins It. W
Jcnes, J. II. harwill (1 D
Prank Erwln. J .M Smith.
McKenzle, .Miss U Douglass
C Marshall, Miss Marger)
lluo T nriion Ml.. 1 t 11. ...1
. ...dt u, viuoi, ..(ten l l, I1U11IUI.1II
'Mater Clifford Tenne.x MnsleiA
Mllehell. Miss M V narker, Mifs Car
He Magoe .MIsW Perkins. .Miss II
It. Locke. Miss . J. MacKelxle. Miss
I. Krauskoif. .Miss M. Coinwdl
For Kaunl ports, p. r stmr W (
Hall. S.'ptembet 2' II. A. Jul gee
Miss Mai) Itlie. C Ha). L. Kohlbaum
Ahnuu, W. Ilcrlowltz. E. Shopp (i
W llatlon Mrs Heoige Mnttheso'i
Ccoige Helllt. A. I) Hill. E K. Ilo)d
Kamamoto. H. 11 Allen W Schml
tier. ! AniKlcilt. Mlks Ijitif,. Ttitih.i
I son II L. Itoss. A. W .McKenzle
Miss Aki, .Haxohashl, Hong Yung
limn, iiamnmoto Mrs. Takahaslil.
The Evening Dulletln, "' cent per i
IN Jj, W 1 O-DA Y
-, ww j.vr j-rxj. j.
NOTICE TO REDMEN AND
On account of the dentil of Piesl
dint McKlnh) a mi iiiImt of the Im
proved Older ol Itednun the ball to
Ik glxui b) Hawaiian Tilhe .No 1, I
O It M . on the JCtti Inst will be po-,1
poind until furtlii r notice
The Committee of Arrangements
will miit this evening to consider 1
Per onler or Sue hem J W, Slioit.
lOIIANNHS K KCKAKDT
H'-'i--'! c. or u
Honolulu Stpt. 25. I'JI.
To the Judg(s (I the Iti gatta Dax
Itnccseif the lin xnilan Cowing Ah
Sirs: I i,-g leaxc to notify )nu
that the open six oared barge dew of
the Healanl Yacht and Iloat Club Is
uadv to low the race xir again next
Paturdnx, iccordlng to the decision
given h) the Judge b.
I have the honor to be sirs, xoms
falthrull). A. L C. ATKINSON
Capt Hinlaul Yacht .C Boat Club
1 It 11 -1 1
SALE OF GOVERNMENT LOTS AT
lly direction of the Supurlnteiiilei t
or Public Woikj, the sale or (Invent
nient Lots Nos 1, 17 and IS. Irontli
on Wnlanuenue and Trout stuets. Ill-
Io Hawaii, lonlnllilni' nn nnn tt It
'.OO bijunret f tt, advertised to teki
t place cm Wednchda), Septeiubc 1 21th
i-"i, ui ine iront Liiirnnc or tlio cup
Itol, Honolulu, Is hereh) postponed to
I.' o'clock noon, Sntmiln) Septi mbi
-. 19"L IJ II WHICHT.
Chief Cleik Department Public Works
Honolulu, S"pt, 25th, 1901,
SHERIFF'8 SALE NOTICE.
IN PHIISUANCE OK AN KXECH
Hon Issued out of the Second District
Court ot Honolulu, Island of Oaliu,
Terrltor) or Hawnll, on the 20th duy
of September. A. D j'ml. In re nmt
t( 1 or II. (1. Mlddltdltch vs. O. H. Hai
lau I have, on this 2tth da) or Sop
timber, A. D 1901, livled upon, and
shall expose lor sale at Public Auction,
to Hie hlghcBt bidder, at the P0II1 o
Station Kalakaun Hale, In bald Ho
nolulu, at 12 o'clock noon of Mondnx,
the .'Sth da) of Octobei, A I) limi, all
Hie right, title and i lit i nil r il, c,,l,l
O II Hurlan In and to the rollowlnrf
propert), unless the Judgnu nt amount
Ing to One Hundred nnd Port) three
nil 47-100 Dollars Interest, costs r.nd
in) expenbis, nre previously paid
Said piopert) lexled upon being
One Heatsu and One I'udertakci'i
CHAS P. CIHLLINOWOIITH,
Di put) Sheriff, Ter or Hawaii
, Honolulu Quh'u 1951 5t
Ads. In this column will be Inserted
at 15 cents a line one insertion; 25
cents two Insertions; 30 cents one
week; 40 cents two weeks, and 60
cents one month. This Is the cheapest
advertising ever offered the people cf
8WEEDISH MASSAGE Ulna limine.
Island Hotel oxer Orp!iutu.
JUST nrrlxed, graduate Lilpslg Con
scrvatory glxes piano li rsoih. ."
month; special attention to adult be
glnneiB Add Music this olllce.
AGENTS VANTED $1 to $5 per day
easily mndo for the next hi da)s
selling nn nttrnrtlxe line of hotlilnx
Isoods. Tor full particulars send
naino and nildnss to Alln rt Desprr s,
Star bldg. Chlugo, Ills. l'JU. lw
NOTICE TO HUNTERS Cleat shoot
ing prlx lieges for the Niinakull lands
nre again offen-d to the public.
Those wishing to secure permits
wilt be lurnlshid with tickets upon
application nt the olllce of The l)oi'
si tt Company Limited W I" Dll
llnghnm, treasurer HMO lin
MIS8 C. KRUEQER Piano Instrue
tlons; Htiidlo, Mttropole bhlg, 11 Vi
Alnke.i St, Tel Main 315
OET OUR PRICES on billiard and pool
tables before hii)lng elsewhere; sol I
1 on tary payments. Our cushions ill a
guaranteed for txu nty jenrs. nnd
are made by 11 new vulc unlzlug proc
ess. Old tables fitted with our cush
ions are as good as new, satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded, Seo
our ndxertlsemi nt of ".Manager
xxilllieu lr iiinuu mui iiiue-uiiii-,
I'nlmer llllllard Table Works. Chi
Wanted" for lawful slot machine
IF YOU HAVE a house for rent or
xxnnt to rent a house ee A. R.
BINDT. Collet tlonx carefully at
tended to nnd promptl) remitted
Office lin Knahumanii street ISM if
NOTICE The grounds oi the lexnn
dtr Young building, and the prlxnte
street to be known us Illshop street,
uru closed to the- public until fur
(Signed) WM MUTCH.
lST8 3m Supt. lex oung illdg
NOTICE TO BUILDERS The Unloil
Express Co has WHITE WAND KOH
SALE. 1541 tf
WANTED A first das barlx r. Jeft'i.
Klng St l?:'if
WANTED A position at resident
governess or traveling companion by
n unlvcrslt) gradual- ' Ilest of ref
erences M. H , Ilullftln ofllce
A GERMAN GIRL voiild like a posl
Hon to tike eare of chlldien Ad
dress It, this office 1917-lw
WANTED Position by n )oung lad)
us stenographer, experienced L
II. P. O. box DCS. lflllMf
MANAGER WANTED In exir) large
county to Appoint agents for the In
incnis "Oimo o' Skill ' nickel slot
machlnn for drinks or cigars, law
ful oxer)whcre; takes place of all
lorbldden slot machines. Ilentcd or
bold on easy pa)ments Secure ter
iltory quick. Palmer Illlllurd Table
Works, Chicago, Ills 1037-2in
WANTED To sell Diamond nnd Opal
Kings, In the latest st)lis Watches
repaired by a Jexveler of .!pi )ears"
experience. O. DIETZ. Fort street,
near Hotel. lsus if
I ROOM AIND BOARD.
,F0R SALE A thoroughbred Holsteiu
inII AUl)rtHH K Kf tIlh otIkt.f
FOR SALE Furniture for four rooms,
tail; xxlth privilege- of renting , room
eottage, $27 no, lt-uxlng clt) soon
Address L. II It. this ofllce.
FOR SALE Household furniture lor
four rooms Hnipnre Port St . opp.
Herman Hakcry 19lr.-lw
FOR 8ALE A house and lot In Kif
iilani tract. Apply at the Territorial
I ...esbcnger Service 19IS-Iw
FOR SALE Stelnxvay parlor grand
1 piano; perfect condition. Cull on
Will i: Klsher. mag tf
FOR SALE Nexx and secondhand
Smith Premier t)peiwrlters for salo
' or rent. All makes repaired. Wain-
I Ington Light Co. li33-lm
FOR 8ALE Two phaetons In good
condition. One used only 11 short
time. Address "v" X.,' Ilulletln of
Hi 0. 1U2J tf
FOR SALE Lot In McCully tract,
1911x90. J2 200; three lots In Kapa
hulu. 19.000 square led. $1,400; lot
on llerotanln St., 150x50. Jiuld is.
I Co. Ltd. Offlco No 307 Stangen
wahl building; telephone Main 223;
P. O.Jlox CK7 1910 tf
I STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE Tho
"Tnluh." ns alio noxv lies In tho har-
bor. She Is a nearly now boat, lo
I iKrfect working order, nnd has been
i of late used In towing at Kiilmlul
hurbor. W. II. Pain.
J FRESH STRAW The Union Express
Co has a lot of riosh rleo straw to-
I wile. l'ui tf
TO LET Six room cottage on College
) St . with Htabln and servants' ipin
His. Apply it! Heretania St.
1 1951 tr
j NICELY furnished room. $5 month;
private family, also front room. $lo.
iii vineyard st , near Nuiianu.
TO LET Seven room (ottnge, 181 S
' Punchbowl St Inquire nt house foi
further particulars. 1940 lw
TO LET Three rooniB for light house
keeping. Mrs Kennedy, Adams
I nine. 1940-lw
TO LET Two front rooms No. 'I
I Garden lane. 1880 tf
TO LET House at present occupied
I b) Aire. D. Center, Young street ex-
I tension near McCully tract. Apply
K P Illshop, C Ilrewer & Co , Quec n
FOR RENT Nicely furnished llxe
room cottage on Vineyard St , bo
twee 11 i;mmn and Punchbowl. Ad
dress P. O. Dox U12. 192S if
FOR RENT Two (2) story houses at
Kekaullko pa. on Young St , contain
ing two bedrooms, parlor, dining
room kltclun, bath room and pttent
water closet downstairs. Kaplolanl
Estate, Ltd. 1921-tf
TO LET Noxvly furnished rooms,
mosquito proor, terms reasonaiue.
Third house above Herman llaki ry.
rort St. 1030 tf
r RENT A mosquito proof room,
fixe minutes' walk from tramcar In
eool district; board If required; tel
ephone service. Address "E," Hill
FOR RENT A nnwr liouso on Arte
sian St., of six rooms with nil mod
ern Improx omenta. Enqulro of Chas.
I! Krnsher, Consolidated Soda
Works. 1922 'f
TO RENT Six room cottage on Mat
tock' Axe.; electric lights; sanitary
plumbing, etc. Appl) O. II, P. O.
box 301. 193!Hf
TO RENT Uesldence of Dr. J. S.
MeOrew, cor. of I! retanla nnd
Milliard Sts. suitable for doctors
olllce or prlxnte residence. Apply
to Dr. 3. S. MrOrcxv, l.unalllu, cor.
Hnekfeld, or J. T. MeOrew, Illshop
Hank. 1937 If
IF )ou lime n house for rent, or want
to rent a house, cnll on A. It. I1INDT,
ofllce xvltli Onldo Publishing Co,
Cnmpbetl block. Merchant St, Tel
ephone Main 37L lMi-tt
FOR LEASE Furnished house now
occupied by Mrs. E. K. Pratt, No
10S1 Punchbowl St., for two )ciim.
Will ho vacant mlddl'3 of next week.
House electric wlrtd. HHJ-lw
FOR LEASE Premises on Union St ,
xxlth u rmntage of 212 feet and a
depth oi "0 feet. Ixjng term glxen
-without onerous conditions. Apply
to J. M. ..tONSAHHAT.
Itooms 20 21, Campbell block.
Jas. F. Morgan1
11 85 Queen Btree
On Saturday, September 28,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
) salesroom. C5 Queen stieet. I
:.'.. at Public Aiictlon'tho Zeal!
of piopert) on Queen street, neur thu
corner of Alnuuaken street
Property has a frontage of 94 feyt
on (Jueen street nml a depth of from
141 to 14't feet, with a rear boundary
ol 5 J-I2 feet.
Lease has 2.1 )ears to run from .low
1st. 1901, ut n mouthl) rental of $75.
Further particulars nt my ultlce.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
OAHU SUGAR CO., LTD.
Thu stock books of the Onhu Sugai
Co, Ltd., will bo elosul to tiansfHrs
fiom I'rldu), S(ptember the 27th, to
TllC'SllnX. Oltolmr tsL Imtli iluliu In.
(luslxe. H. A. ISEN11EIIH.
ANNI8 MONTAGUE TURNER
will leeeiveu limlti il number of pupils
Term (iitnmi nclng on and arter Sep
tl mber JMh.
1024 Hiptunla St.
Pound-Master's Notice of Estravs
Notlco lu hereby given that the ani
mals described helow havo been Im
pounded In t..o (Jox eminent Pound at
Miiklkl, Konn, Island of Ouhu, nnd
unless tho pound fees nnd ilamuges
nro sooner satisfied will bo sold ut
tho dato hereafter named according to
Sept, 20, 1901. 1 female donkey,
bianded O ou light side and U on
the left side of the neck; left e)es
. sore nml kit foot lame,
Sept. 21, I'tOl.-l bii) horse branded
V ou the right hind leg, white stroke
on foieheiul, both o)es scire, and on
All owners or tlio nhoxe .inlrauls lire
heieby notified tliut tho above animals
vx III be sold at public auction, Sntur
dii), October 6, 1901, at 12 o'clock
noon, nt the goxernment Pound, Makl
kl, unltss called for tho day before tho
Jboxe dnte mentioned,
1950 31 Pound MasreT.
ART DE LA MODE
Latent I'lincIcK from
Preparations for the Holidays
ITH A VIEW to finding out
what preparations our
merchants are making for
the holidays, and of seeing
what new things are ar
riving from the world of
fashion, I visited the store of
Whitney & Marsh
the other day.
I was greeted very pleasantly by the
courteous head of the firm, who has
but lately returned from the Main
land, and who chatted very Interest
ingly anent his trip.
When I asked him to show me some
of the new and pretty things he had
bought, he smiled and said:
"Why, there are so many that I
scarcely know where to begin; but
the special item we are showing this
week is these:
There they were a table piled full
of them, In a wondrous variety of
colors, double and single face, embrac
ing Grecian Heraldic, Egyptian and
Arabesque designs. There were also
Art Denims in pretty, plain shades,
and bright-colored Sllkollnes, and
beautiful Cretonnes, If It ever hap
pens that any one asks me to help
him In furnishing house, I shall at
least have some Ideas for making cur
tains and portieres, and couch covers.
BELTS AND BUCKLES.
Just to the right of the Draperies,
I saw, hung over the counter about a
hundred of the newest belts with
some of the prettiest buckles I have
ever seen. There is a new double
buckle which allows both ends of the
belt to droop, giving the fashionable,
long-walsted effect to the wearer. This
buckle Is readily removable, and when
the belt is worn out the buckle may be
kept and attached to a new belt.
In these I saw the most recent eon
celts, and many are the new Ideas
that the makers have put forth In
Pompadour, Side and Back Comhi.
jFourettes, Stray-Lock Pins and Hair
urnamcnii. i ne imitations of rcl
shell are very clever and of course
don't cost anything like the genuine
The store's assortment of Purser
Chatelaines, Shopping Bags and Card
Cases is excellent, and the pries low
er than I have ever seen them, I
know that that department will have
a rush of business as Holiday time
But the Wash Goods seetlonl How
I could rave over the pretty things I
saw therel You have the prettiest
Wash Goods here I ever saw, and I
have traveled a good bit of the world.
I am told that there is a great demand
now for Chambrays and Linen Glng
hams and Silk Ginghams, and Madras
Tissues and Pineapple Zephyrs. Tlis
plain colors ex blood and light blue
chiefly are the most popular, but
there Is also a steady demand for ail
stripes and for stripes with small fnv
ures worked In between.
Unquestionably the most popular tli
nowadays both for men and women is
the narrow Four-ln-Hand known as.
the "Derby". This tie goes well with
the high band turnover collar, Its nar
row width allowlna it to h tun in j
, four-ln-hand knot even where the out
siae edges of the turndown collar al
most touch In front. Nevertheless the
, popularity of the Batwing and Butter
fly ties does not seem to wane, and
there Is also a fair share nf r.i.ih.
im ana vvinasors worn.
" nUMbef 'if!!1".1"," Re0atta co1'
ZfTlK'.'i'ii'l ' w"
this low price will be appreciated, as
one doesn't always feel like paying
75c or a dollar for a tie which is worn
little more than one day in a year.
Many of us have lived all our lives
without ever having seen a scrap of
linen of American manufacture. I
saw some In Whitney & Marsh's base
ment salesroom, and It was b.uitlful.
You couldn't tell it from English Lin
en, and If you could then I am, In the
language of an esteemed contempor
ary of mine, a fringed doylle servin.t
as a mat for a bottle of Worcester
shire Sauce. There are doylies of
American linen and Table Cloths, too,
and Napkins and several kinds of tow
els. I shall be interested to know rnw
these goods are received here.
But If there was any one thing that
I was more glad to see than all the
rest it was a big pile of the famous
Redfern Corsets the first shipment to
the Hawaiian Islands. I wore one
once and ever since I have looked back
to that time of comfort with Infinite
longing. Why, even the first time you
put It on It's as easy as the proverbial
old shoe. It yields to every motion of
the body and never breaks at the hips.
And yet it Is always as stylish as were
the gowns of the man whose name it
bears. I am told that it will sell at
three dollars, which is exactly what
you pay In San Francisco.
Many other things I saw In my trip
through this well kept store Long
Cloths, India Llnons and Victoria
Lawns, sheer and fine; delicate Swiss
es, Wash Chiffons and Organdies, ex
quisite Allovers, Tucklngs, and Em
broideries, Arabian and Valenciennes
Laces, rich Silks and Ribbons; but
of these perhaps I will tell you more
In another letter. BUD BRIER.
A. Hamsun Mill Co., ltd.
Tel. White 1211. P. O. Box 552.
Sawing, Planing, Turning and
Mill Work In all Its branches.
Lumber - Kiln - Drying
a specialty, and In large or small
COTTON BROS. & CO.
tNGINLfcRS AND : : :
rl.ni and estlmt furnKhed Int all ctatsea
ROOM kj nOSTON IIIOCK', HONOLULU
Honolulu Iron Works. ,
Improxed and modern SUdAH MA
CHINEUY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Holler work
and IHVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOU WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
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