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" EVEN'iNl"vn01tTl.NT''hOAOL,til,U:,M." 'T..-KitllM 1 1 - thlrr,Jlf -iwi.--
HEARD BY CENTRAL
"Hello! Who's speaking?"
"This is E. 0. Hall & Son."
"E. O.Hall & Son! Why, I
thought yon were burnt oit of
Out of business? Not by n Jug full. Wo have bought out
the Pacific Cyclo Co., noxt door to Killers', anil hnve Just re
ceived 150 Columbia, Cleveland ami Rambler Hlcyclcs, beside?
n full line of shelf hardwnte. Things look like a large-sized
beehive down here, and wo want )ou to eomo around to bco us.
E. O. HALL & SON,
1 NEW PHI
Something For You!
Ever) body likes good things to cat and It's our business to sell them
We have Just opened a flno assoitnieni of cookies and biscuits, including
Mime of the following kinds:
Orange Cookies, Etc.
C. J. DAY & CO.
Kind street, nciir Port.
The King of Natural Table Waters
A Nutuptil Spurkllnfi
Water bottled lit the
ZollliauH, - Germany.
The Favorite of New York
and London Society.
Inrvonnio vwissclccted hh
eJUIIdlllllO the HtuiuliiiMl
( ii nmonii the inlnepul
vntcprt the vvopld by "The
London Liincet.' The hlVliCHt
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
Courteous Man Who
Found Himself Beat
One of the most courteous and con
siderate railroad men In the country Ii)
M. K. lngalls, President of the Dig
Four. No matter what the circum
stances, he hus ncer lieen known to
give anyone a brusque or Impolite ans
wer. In this manner he Is a Chester
Held, and In talking with his subordi
nates he Iskucs ordcis ns If his em
ployes weie doing him a favor lu obey
ing them. One lime, when he was a
president of the Chesipeuke and Ohio,
Mr, lngalls was going over the load
In his pilvnTe cur, accompanied by his
Washington. Sept. 20. After n sus
pension of three days as a mark of re
spect to the dead President the .busi
ness of the Oovcrnment at Washington
was resumed at 9 a. m. today. The
trnln bearing President Roosevelt anil
the members of his Cabinet arrived at
the Pensylvanln station at 9:20 o'clock
and fifteen minutes inter the President
entered the White House and going at
once to the elevator, proceeded to the
Cabinet room, where President McKIn-
ley was wont to do the greater part ot
When the new Chief Executive
enched the White House he walked
briskly to tho big door which swung
wVle open to admit him. He Bpoke
pleasantly as he passed to the wntch
man and other emplojes of the man
sion, nnd reaching his office, Joined al
most Immediately by Secretary Long
who did not go to Canton to tnkc part
idn the funeral cciemonles. soon nrier
wnrd Senator Cullom called to pay his
respects nnd following him came Sena
tor Proctor, one of tho President's
close peisonal friends.
Secretary Long Informed the Presi
dent ns to the condition of affairs In
his office nnd V"s asked as to tho work
ot the Schley court of Inquiry. With
Senator Cullom President Roosevelt
exchanged pleasant greetings and re
ceded the nssurnnces of the support nl
the Illinois Senator. With Senator
Proctor there was n similar exchange
of expressions of good will.
Tlie President's former secretary,
Mr. Loeb. Jr., will ptdbably be assist
nnt secretary. Mr. Coitelyou. at the
President's eat nest request, will re
tain Ills position ns his secretary.
At 11 o'clock nil the members of
the Cabinet had nirluil a. the While
House nnd soon were seated i.rmm.l
the familiar table. President Roose
velt occupied a seat at Its head and In
the chair long occupied by his prede
cessor. The gloom onii solemnity
which characterized the meeting wu
not unbefitting the occasion.
Nearly all the members of the pres
ent Cnblnet are quite sure to remain
during Mr. Roosevelt's term, but It I
very probable that Secretary Long will
irtlre within the next few months. He
feels that he can resign without embar
rassment to Mr. Roosevelt nnd there
foie it is thought that ho will ask dur
ing the next few months the President
to permit him to retire to private life.
Tlif Pitlilnet una in session nhnnt nn
hour and a half, all oi .p time being
Weather Hurenu. Punahon, Septem
ber 27. Temperature Morning mini-
mini, 09; Midday maximum, 84.
nntometer nl 9 a. m. 29.99. Irregular.
!)cv Point (.91'.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 70 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station. Sep
tember 27. Weather clear; wind light
Ads. In this column will be Inserted
at 15 cents a line one Insertion! 25
I cents two Insertions; 30 cent one
'week; 40 cents two weeks, and 60
cents one month. This Is the cheapest
advertising ever offered the people of
Thursday, cit S
Haunlvt, Pedvrseii, fioin
O. & O. 8. S. Doric. Smith, t! lifty
in hours from Snn Frnncist u.
Frldav, Sept. 27.
Am. bkt. Echo. Delleson. 3fi day-4
from Newcastle, for Kleele; called for
Stmr. .Maul, Dennett, from Hawaii.
Thursday, Sept. 2fi.
Stmr. I.ehua, Nnpaln, for AloloKul
Stmr. vvaiaicnio, rmz, iuf arnica
Stmr. Iwalnnl, Greene, for Wauul
Stmr. Mlknhala, Gregory, for Knual
Friday. Sept. 27
t'. S. A. T. Warun, Harm-ami. for
Stmr. Mauna Loa, Slmersin, for Ko
in and Maul pons.
O. & O. S. 8. Doric, Smith, for th-j
I)i lent, at . p. m.
Stmr. Xoc.au, Wymnh, for Anaholi,
Kleele nnd Hnnapepe, at 5 p. m.
O. S. S. Co.'s Marlimsa. Heiitii.!.
fiom San Frnnclsco.
C & A. S. S. Co.'s Mlowern, Hem
ming, tiom Vancouver,
From Sau 1'ranclsto, per O. & O.
S. S. Doric. September 20. For Yo
kohama Dr. R. M. Appert. Miss M.
Carr, M. Engcrt, J.ulgl Ceiesolc. .Miss
M. 1 . Chapman, Mrs. w. men,
Mrs. E. Miuon, Miss A. S. Mason.
Miss i:. R. Mitson, Miss A. S. Mason,
Miss E. II. Mason, K. Mason. W. .
NIckerson, II. M. Perry. For Kobe
Miss M. F. Denton, C. A. Tague.
Mrs. C. A. Tauue nnd Ihieo ehllilren.
R. Pohl. For Shanghai Rev. W. X.
Fergusson. Mrs. W. N. Fcrgusson nnd
Infant, S. Groundwater, Mrs. .
Oroiiudwater. J. J. Llllle, Rev. T.
SJolilom. Mrs. r. SJoblom nnd Infant.
Z. Opppenhelnier. For Hongkong
Mrs. A. J. Coffee, Miss Oenevlcve Cut
ler. Miss Annie Morgan. B. J. Schmltz,
Rev. M. L. Stlmson. Miss Crura
From Kauai ports, per stmr. MIlU
hala. September 2fi. 11. Andvisnn. W.
O. llvman, E. S. llod. Mrs. E.
Stiehi. Henry Make, nnd T. C How
;11. and two deck.
From Hawaii ports, per stinr. Maul.
ISWEEDISH MASSAGE Ulna Hovlng.
Island Hotel, over Orpheuni,
JUST arrived, graduate Lclpslg Con'
scrvntory, gives piano lessons, .i
month; special attention to adult tio
glnncrs. Add. Music, this uflli-c.
FOR REN I' Furnlshi'd rooms, single
or en suite, silltablo for housekeep
ing. Inquire on premises. No. 45 N
Vlnejnrd St. 19r.3-lw
TO RENT Six room cottago on Mat
tock Ave, electric lights; sanitary
plumbing, etc. Apply (1. II., P. O.
box 303; 1939 tf
FOR RENT A new house on Arte
sian St., of six rooms with all mod
ern Improvements. Enquire, of Chas.
H. Frasticr, Consolidated Soda
ART DE LA M9DE
The LntcHt Fnnclcs Irom tlie
Preparations for the Holidays
NOTICE TO HUNTER3 (loat shoot
ing privileges for the Nnnakiill taints
nro again oltored to the nubile,
'lhoso wishing to secure permits
will be lurtilshed with tickets upon
nppllcatlon at the oftlco or The Dow
sett Company. Limited. W. F. Dil
lingham, treasurer. 194G-lm
MTsi C. KRUEGER Pinuo Instruc
tions; studio, Metropole bldg., ll",0
Alaken Bt ; Tel, Main 3IS.
1 GET OUR PRICES on billiard and pool
tables beforo buying elsewhere; sold
on caBy payments, Our cushions nra
guaranteed lor twenty years, and
nro made by a new vulcnnlzliig proc
ess. Old tnbleo fitted with our cush
ions are ns good as new: satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded. Seo
our advertisement tit "Manager
Wanted" for lawful slot machine.
Palmer Millard Table Works. Chi
cago, Ills. 937-2m
IF YOU HAVE a house for rent or
want to rent a house, see A. R.
BINDT. Collections carefully it
tended to nnd promptly remitted.
Office 11C Knaliiimnnu stieet. 1893-lf
NOTICEfb BUILDERS The Union
Express Co. has WHITE AND FOR
TO RENT Residence of Dr. J. 8
McOrew. cor. of tleretanla and
Richard Sts., silltablo for doctor's
ofllco or private residence. Apply
to Dr. J. H. Mcurow, i.unnino, cor.
Hnckfcld, or .1. T. McOrew, Illshoi)
IF you hnvo a houso for rent, or want
to rent a house, call on A. H. HINDI,
olfice with Oilldo Publishing Co.,
Campbell block. Merchant St., Tel
ephone Main 374 1847-tl
FOR LEASE Furnished house nov
iKctipied by Mrs. E. K. Prntt, No.
HI8I Punchbowl St., for two years.
Will be vacant nilddlo of next week.
House electric wired. 19(5tf
FOR LEASE Premises on Union 8t.,
with n frontage of 242 feet nnd n
depth ot 70 feet. Long term given
without onerous conditions. Apply
to J. M. MON8AHRAT.
Rooms 20-21, Campbell block.
COTTAGE FIvh or six rooms, by Oct,
1. Addresj It N.. this iifllee.
WANTSD An Ic-chest at oide; give
description. Address 1. C. this of
WANTED A furnlsliMd house, to rent
by American family; no children.
Address O, thl ollici 1952-1 w
WANTED. A position as resident
governess or trnvellng companion by
n university graduate, llest of ref
erences. M. !!., lliillt'tln olllce.
WANTED Position by n young lady
as stenographer: experienced. !..
IL. P. O. box 303. 1939 tf
Jas. F. Morgan
ii 86 Queen fftre
snent In n uenenil review of the more September 27. T. It. Keyworth.
two eons, Albeit and (ieorge. At a important questions which will require rranck, .Mr. wnitemnn aim in ih-i.
little station out In the mountains of 'the attention of the new President. PASSENOERS DEPARTED.
Virginia the train was sidetracked and All the members were present with '' Kauai, per stmr. MILnhaln. Sep.
CVelVthllll! Iioitlted to u lone stOII. The tin. eveentlnn nf Aftnrnev Dptiprnt I tCIllber .0
No More Dread
of :hE Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
AHSOLCTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
These are the only dental parlors Is
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectccable from natural teeth
unit warranted for ten yeais, WITH
OFT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS o!
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge of a Special
ist, (live us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as we advertise. We
will tell you In ndvaneo exactly what
our work will cost by a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth $5.00
Gold Crowns 85,00
Hold Fllllnils $l.O0
Sliver Filling 50c
Our name nlone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Rulldlng. Hotel Street
LADIEB IN ATTENDANCE.
Ipasscugeis were, ns they alnajs are,
I Impatient nl the delay, and the tele
graph opeiator wits liumuaiiicd with
Now, this operartir, like the opera-
tots at most small stations, was tho
whole thing. He had everything to do
tell tickets, load baggnge, dispatch
tialiis; in fact, there was hardly a
rallioad department Hint he did not
have his hand In. And of course he
was not lu the most amiable frame of
mind f i (mi the questions Hint hud been
Albeit lngalls became Impatient and
went to the telegraph office lo ascer
tain tin: cause of the trouble and burn
how long the train was lo wait. Some
thing In ills tone or dress did not
please the operator, and he said things
to the son of the road's president that
sent him back to the father's car In
huiiy. He explained '.hat he could get
no sasfactlou from the operator.
"Perhaps you weie to blame," s.ild
Mr. lngalls, kindly. ".Maybe you did
nut approach him In tlie right way.
Vou ought to remember that the young
man hus a great deal to do. and he has
to be very particular, and the least
little thing will annoy him. Now I am
satisfied that if 1 had pon he would
have, told me."
"Suppose you try It, father, ie
maiked young lngalls, Leatlng himself
to await developments.
An hour or more passed and the
president began to get u little restlesi
htmtelt and concluded he would see
If he could get any Information. So
ly went up to the telegraph office. The
opeiator was "peeking" away for dear
life. Ills face was red and It was plain
to be seen that he was not In a very
good humor. Two or three trainmen
were standing around and they had
been pestered with questions until they
were about ready to fight.
'Say, joung man," said Mr. lngalls,
In his softest and most courteous voice,
"will you kindly tell me how much
longer we will be detilncd hem?"
The operator continued "pecking"
nwny and at last, after bcverul minutes'
wait, tinned around and blurted out:
"How muny moie of you guyB are
romlng In here to devil me with jour
damned questions? I low the hell do I
know when you nre going to blurt? Do
you suppose I'm holdlns you heuj be
cause rm stuck on you?
"Did ou Ilnd out how soon wo
would stnrt. father?" asked Albert, us
the president came back to tlie car.
"The young man was very busy, Al
bert," responded his father, "and I did
not want to Interrupt him. We shall
have to wait until we get away." Chi
W. A. Wilght. J. Guild.
ll r V-.. t.. O Mf.l.nlln 2
Knox who stopped for a few days In , Komanawaiml. j.' o'Ncl'l.'ll. Hal'ver
Pittsburg. Each member explained ,-,. i,. iialientvne.
to the President the policy which had ym Kona and Maul ports, per stmr
been followed In dealing with the mat- Mnuna Lon, September ,. ou.i
ters under consideration and their oung. Mrs. 8. Amain. Dr. w . ,
V.i new lm.lnpsa nl Sc'IlWD UP, .1. D. AcKennilll. .MIS,
MANAGER WANTED lu every large
county to appoint agents lor the In
mous "Oamo o' Slclll" nickel slot
machine for drinks or ilgars; law
ful uverywheru; takes place of all
forbidden slot machines. Rented 1-1
sold on easy payments. Secure ter
ritory quick. Palmer Billiard Table
Works, Chicago. Ills. 1937-2m
recent con-,!. V
e new Ideas "!Ui.
put forth In At I M
Back Combi, . ,ji- D,
Pint and Hi J tAW V
ont of rc L I
Members subsequently expressed
themselves us having full confidence. In
Mr. Roosevelt's ability to give the
country a strong and conservative ad
ministration nnd he will have their
lojiil support to the same degree ns
they gave It to the late President. It
Is thought Tuesdays and Fridays will
Cabinet days, following In thtB the
be selected by the new President ns the
piefeiencc of Mr. McKlnley,
m . .
Those Professors: First College Pro
fessor Whul aie you going to do next
to get your name In the papers? Sec
ond College Professor I, was thinking
nf declaring that the dictionary Is ion
wordy to be considered good lltera-tu-c
Sheimnu. Miss Henrlette Eekart. Mis
S. Annmulii nnd two children. Matv
Eeknit. I. R. Ahuna, Solomon Km
ninkii I), Knnnkanul, Mrs. Knnite. A.
8. C.oghorn. L. P. Scott. Oeoro
lions, C. II. Walau. Fr. I.lcbert. .1
K. Kekahala. C. A. Rice, .diss M.I.
Tusi'ley. 1). II. .Murdoch. J. W. noli
eitson and 150 deck.
For the Orient, per S. S. Doris,
September 27. Rev. A. E. Cory. Mrs
A. E Cory. Miss K. L. E. Meyers.
Rev. Charles Nelson. Mrs. Charles
S'eloii nd eh'!, ' H- White, .Mrs.
T. IP. Whlto.
AGAINST MOB RULE
WANTED To sell Diamond and Opal
Rings, In tho latest styles. Watches
repaired by a Jeweler of 33 years'
experience. O. D1ETZ. Fort street,
near Hotel. IbOS-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
FURNI8HZD ROOM and board:
vato btth and toilet. P. O.
SOME FUSNITURE for sale
Address K. tills olllce.
1 953-1 w
New cottage on Emma Square, ad
joining residence of Jnms F. Morgan,
two bedrooms, parlor, uining-rooni,
kitchen and bath.
Rent, $W pir month and wuter rate.
Possession given October 1. Two single
Apply nt olllce ot
JAS. F. MORGAN,
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
A special meeting will be held in
the St. Antonio Hall, Vlncjaul street,
on Sunday, Kept. lih, nt 10 a. m.
Important business. Msltlng breth
ren cordially Invited.
P. A. SIMPSON.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit. Territory o" Hawaii, r.t
Chambers, In Probate. In the Matter
of the Estate of Youg Ylt Ito. of Ho
nolulu, Oahu, deceased. Petition hav
Ing been filed by V. Anln, a friend of
said Intestate, praying that Letters of
Administration upon said estate bu Is
sued to Y. Anln, notice Is hereby giv
en that Friday, the 1st day of Novem
ber, A. D. 1901, at in o'clock a. m.. be
and hereby Is appointed for liearhiu'
said petition in tlie court loom or tm
court at Honolulu, nt which time and
place all persons concerned may np
penr and show cause, if any they ha'e,
why said petition should not be giant
ed. Honolulu. Sept. 24th, liiUl.
Ily the Comt:
1950 Sept. 27; Oct. 4. 11, IS.
FOR SALE A thoroughbred llolsteiu
bull. Addr.K F. F. this o!tle
FOR SALE Furniture for four rooms,
$90; with privilege of renting ..-room
cottago 327.5Q: leaving cltj soon
Address L R. R.. this ofilct'.
Moomlngton. III., Sept. 20. Spuk- 19L91,,L
Ing at the McKlnley memorial exer- FOR SALE Stolnvvay parlor grand
clses here. ex-Vice President Stevin- piano; perfect condition. Call on
son said: Will E. Fisher. 1938-tf
"It nvnlls little to hurl denunciations FOR SALE Now and second-Hand
jigalntt the head of this assassin.. Smith Premier typewriters for sale
Within a few days at most he will, nn-1 or rent. All makes repaired. Wasn-
dr the forma of law, suffer the dread Ington Light Co. 1933-Uu
pciialtv for his crime. It Is but cheap i for SALE Two phaetons in good
courage at best whether from th condition. Ono used only a short
stieet or from the pulpit for any mnn ! tlmo. Address "V. X.,' Ilulletln jf-
! to declare that Had he been present he' llte- ''--"
gladly would have been the avenger. FOfl SALE Lot In McCiilly tract,
Such teaching Is a menace to the well- 190x90. S2.200; three lots In Kapa
being or society. It may be that th l'"'"- 1W square leet. $1,400; lot
'.,,,,... i i. r..n ,.rt ... i.i. !h' on Iterotanla St., lr.OxSO. Judd &
I-..,. ... I.,!. ii. w i. nnf ! Co, Ltd. Offlco No. 307 Stangen,
be forgotten that by so doing we weak- (
en the bonds of society. Mob rule l
destructive of all government." i
P. O. Ilox CC7
telephone Main 22.1
Police Court Notes.
STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE Tho
I "Talnla." ns sho now lies In the hnr-
j bor. She Is a nearly new boat. In
' perfect working order, and has been
I nl' Into used In towlnir at Kabulul
harbor. W. IL Pain.
We upc now In the Automobile
Building nnd upc ppcptipcil to tupn
the flneHt llvepy In town.
Hoarders tiitfc from ftpe, ih
the bulldlnii Ih FIRE-PROOF.
It appears to have become a well
vstabllshed fact that you can at least
bribe a New Yoik policeman to do hU
duty, provided, of course, that tho
bribe you offer hlin Is more than tlia
Initio th other fellow offered hlni for
not doing It. Roston Herald.
In the Police Court tills morning, i
Maggie Ar'uo and Wntnnnbe, charged I
ilI.I, tlnln.l,,,- Can) Inn 01 .if tlie. llnnnl
I iwh were lined J-5 nnd costs eaehlFRESH STRAW Tho Union Express
. were lined ... and costs eac III . c , ,Qt nf frt,3h rce glraw ,.
both defendants pleading guilty. M. ' Bn0 1931-tf
Shiink, nn old offender, cuarged wltli .
drunkenness, was fined $12 and costs. TO LET.
Tnnnk! Klsuli.irri ehnieeil with mnr- ! -
.Ia, i th.. n,. .!.. i..i i,u ,.,.. ' ROOMS AT THE ALOHA Fort
On Saturday, October 5th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom. C5 Queen street, I
will sell nt Public Auction the lejei
of property on Queen street, near tho
comer of Matimikeu street
Property has a frontage of 91 feat
on Queen street and n depth of from
111 to 149 feet, with a rear bounda.'y
ot 53 2-12 feet
Lease has 23 years to run from JuU
1st. 1901, at a monthly rental of $7...
Further particulars at my olllce
JAS. F. MORGAN.
from SI. CO to
To-morrow Night,' Sept. 28, and
Tuesday Evening, Oct. 1st
THE COMPANY'S MASTERPIECE,
"The Belle of New York"
lust ue-giee, hud Ills case.
nolle pros'd. he having been indicted
be the Ornnd .lurv. Tuiiukl Is tbe
man who admitted having strangled 'T LETSlv'" c-ottage on Ccdlegc
1,1. .,, ,1,11.1 ... ,i,..i. L-ii.....,..i,.. I St.. with stablo und servants qurr
charged with drunkenness, liail his;
cut-e nolle pros d. Defendant was ar
rested by Sam Mucy, tins being the
first man the hack Inspector hus land
ed nt the police station In jenrs.
RING US UP !
Tel. Main 301
A parliament composed of the
Czech members of the Relchsinth and
the Irish members of the House Mf
Commons would be worth tho price nf
Admission every minute of tho se
slou, Detroit Fieo Press.
-r RUPTURE CURED
. for JLH UOLLARS.
PI ii i"f oviititotiiri iit i in
MI1.1II )ll'. I IthtfHl lit
VfittluiiQf I lie lift, rll.
UyaMHimfoti to Hi- nu.
S-'""ClU-il- - ' illlMIIW ! "-
"PvillM.l" rtrlrnr fnll lnfrmiitkii n.iifit tmniwll
,N.lT(.l.llltS. i-MHMHKUIl '. i,'''r"''',,;j
UQNITtC TIUSS CW -" u.f -""' XiN f RANT SCft
i l '
San Francisco, Sept, 18. Oeneral
Long of the Army Quartermaster's of.
flee announced yesterday the follow
ing probable sailing of transports:
Hancock, October "st: i nomas, Octo
ber lfith: Kilpatrick. November 1st.
Meade, November Kith. If an early
settlement 01 tho btrlke permits re
pairs on the Sherman and Logan be
ing complete d beforo the last two
nates mentioned, they can lie substi
tuted In place of the Kilpatrick and
Apply '! llmetuiilu St.
NICELY furnished room, $3 month;
prlvato family; also front room, $10,
53 Vineyard St., near Nuuunii.
TO LET Seven-room cottnge, ISIS
Punchbowl St. luquiro at house for
further particulars. 1949-1 w
TO LET Two front rooms,
TO LET House at present occupied
by Mia. D. Center, Young Mreet ex
tension near McCully tract. Apply
E. F. Dlshop, C. Urewer & Co., Queen
FOR RENT Nicely furnished five
room cottago on Vineyard St., be
tween Kmma and Punchbowl. Ad
dress P. O. Box 612, 1928-if
Thero will bo no matinee tomorrow
In duci respect of the death of tho late
President. William McKlnley. All
those huvlng seats for this perform
ance can have same changed by call
ing at Wall. Nichols Co.
Thero will bo NO PERFORMANCE
tonight (rrlday), September 27.
TheUox Plan now open at wall,
Nichols Co., where seats can bu had.
PRICES $1.50, $1, 75c, 50c.,
Boxes $12, $10, $8.
Doors open nt 7:30 p. m.; overture
at 8 p. in.; carriages at 10:30.
PAUL IHENBHRd BUMP8.
'FOR RENT Two (2) story houses at
Kekaullke-ra, on Youn, St., contain-
i Ing two bedrooms, parlor, dining-
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ITH A VIEW to finding out
what preparations our
merchants are making for
the holidays, and of seeing
what new things are ar
rlvlna from the world of
fashion, I visited the (tore of
Whitney & Marsh
the other day.
I was greeted very pleasantly by the
courteous head of the firm, who haj
but lately returned from the Main
land, and who chatted very Interest
ingly anent hit trip.
When I asked him to show me soma
of the new and pretty things he had
bought, he smiled and said:
Why, there are to many that I
scarcely know where to begin; but
the special Item we are showing this
week Is these:
There they were a' table oiled 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.
pent that any one atkt me to help
him In furnishing a house, I shall at
leatt have tome Ideal for making cur
tains and portieres, and couch covers.
BELTS AND BUCKLES.
Jutt to the right of the Draperies.
I taw, hung over the counter about a
hundred of the newest belts with
some of the prettiest buckles I have
ever teen. There Is a new double
buckle which allows both endt of the
belt to droop, giving the fashionable,
long-waltted effect to the wearer. Thlt
buckle It readily removable, and whin
the belt Is worn out the buckle may be
kept and attached to a new belt.
In these I taw the mott
celts, and, many are th
that the makers have
Pompadour, Side and
Ornaments. The Imitatl
hell are very clever and of coune
don't cost anything like the genulno
The ttore't attortment of Purtei.
Chatelaines, Shopping Bagt and Card
diet It excellent, and the prlcet low
er nan nave ever teen them, I
know that that department will have
a ruth of butlnest at Holiday tlma
WASH GOODS. .
But the Wath Goodt teetlonl How
I could rave over the pretty things I
taw therel You have the prettiest
Wash Goods here I ever taw, and I
have traveled a good bit of the world.
I am told that there It a great demand
now for Chambrayt and Linen Olni
hama and Silk Glnghamt, and Madras
Tissues and Pineapple Zephyrs. Tha
plain colors ox-blood and light blue
chiefly are the rrost popular, but
there It also a tteady demand for an
ttrlpet and for strlpet with small fig
ure! 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 wit.v
the high band-tur.nover collar, Its nar
row width allowing It to be tied in a
four-ln-hand'knot even where the out-
tme edget of the turndown collar al.
most toucn In front. Nevertheless tha
popularity of the Batwlng and Butter-
ny ilea does not teem to wane, and
there ( alto a'falr thare of Clubf.
Teckt and Windsors worn. I noticed
a number of tiet in tht Regatta cob iJ i
prt Myrtle and Healanl which I was jA,
.v.m .., w a..,, m .A cavil. I ininK
thlt low price will be appreciated, at
one doesn't always feel like paying
75c or a dollar for a tie which la worn
little more than one day In a year.
Many of ut have lived all our live t
without ever having teen a terap of
linen of American manufacture. I
taw tome In Whitney & Marah't base
ment taietroom, and It was b-autlful.
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 tervln.j
at a mat for a bottle of Worcester
shire Sauce. There are doyllrs of
American linen and Table Cloths, too,
and Napkins and several klnda of tow
els. I shall be Interested to know hiw
these goodt are received here.
But If there wat any one thing that
I wat more glad to tee than all the
rett It wat a big pile of the famout
Redfern Corsett the first shipment to
the Hawaiian Islands. I wore one
once and ever tlnce 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 at the proverbial
old thoe. It yields to every motion of
the body and never breakt at the hips.
And yet It It always at stylish at were
the gownt of the man whose name It
bean. I am told that It will tell at
three dollars, which Is exactly what
you pay in San Francisco.
Many other things I saw In my trio
through thlt well-kept store Long
Cloths, India Linons and Victoria
Lawm, sheer and fine; delicate Swiss
es, Wath Chiffons and Organdies, ox-,
qulslte Allovere, Tucklngs, and ErVy
broideries, Arabian and Valenciennes!
Laces, rich Silks and Ribbons; btirf
of these perhapa I will tell you mote
in another letter. BUD BRIER.
Ihenbc-rK, from Portland for Queens-
town, had a narinw escapn from lie
stiuctlon, The vessel went ashoi'j
at the entrance to tho harbor ut
Qiieenstown during a gale. Assist
ance was sent, and the hark was flnul
ly floated and taken ineldo the harbor.
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Tbe Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
TO LET Novvly furnished rooms,
mosquito proof, terms reasonable.
Third houso above German Bakery,
Fort St. 1930-tf
TCI RENT A mosquito proof room,
live minutes' walk from trnmrnr In
eool district; board It required; tel
ephone service. Address "E.," Mil
SALE OF GOVERNMENT LOTS AT
On Wednesday September "!, 19lil,
at 12 o clock noon, ut the front en
trance of tho Capitol (Executive
building), will be sold at public unc
tion Government Lots Nos. 1, 17 and
,18, Hunting on Walumtenue and Front
streets, Hllo, Hawaii, and containing
13,t;oo squnie feet.
Upset Price, $20,000.00.
Terms, Cash, U. S. Gold Coin.
Expense of Patent Grant und
Stamps to be paid by purchaser. Map
of tho snniey can b seen at the office
of the Superintendent of Public
WorliB, Honolulu, and ut tho office of
E. E. Richards, Government I.nud
Agent at Hllo.
JAMES H. .K)YD.
Superintendent or Public Works.
Ily further direction nf the Superin
tendent of Public Works, tho ubovu
sale Is postponed until 12 o'clock n'oon
on Monday, tho 30th Instant.
D. ..i. WRIGHT,
Public Works Department, Houoliil'i,
September 27, 1901. ' 1953-2t
L Harrison Mill Co., Ltd.
Tel. White 1221. P. O. Box 5.
Sawing, Planing. Turning and
Mill Work In all Its branches.
Lumhcp - Kiln - Dpylng
a specialty, and In large or small
COTTON BROS. & CO.
ENGINEERS AND : : :
Plant anJ enlnules (umtstud tor all clilset
ROOM 100. BOSTON BLOCK,
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUGAR Ma('
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription mado to order. Bailor work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
I executed at shortest notice.
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