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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T.. THfnSDAY. 0C7.3. 1901.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line villi arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
mOM SAN FltANCISCO.
SIEKRA OCT. n
ALAMEDA OCT. 19
SONOMA OCT. 1J
AI.AMfiDA NOV. a
VENTURA" NOV. 20
AI.AMHDA NOV. 23
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers, the agents are pn
parcil to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets oy any rail
road from San Francisco to nil points in the United States, and from New
York by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOH FUimiEU PAUTICULjyilS APPLY TO
Wm. 6. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen 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.
NIPPON MAltU OCT. i COPTIC OCT. 1
I'EIUI OCT. 12 AMERICA MARC OCT. 8
COPTIC OCT. 22 PEKING OCT. 15
AMERICA MARU OCT. 10 GAELIC OCT. 11
PEKING NOV. 7 HONGKONG M'ARU NOV. 1
HAEL10 NOV. II CHINA NOV. U
HONGKONG MAltU NOV. !!S DORIC NOV. I!)
CHINA NOV. 30 NIPPON MARU NOV. 2d
DORIC . , DEO. 10 IERU I "...DnC. 3
NIPPON MARU DEC. IS COPTIC DEC. 10
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. S. S. CO.
H. HACKFIBLP & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of the above line, running In connection wit., the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. U. C. and Sydney. N.S.iW.
and calling at Victoria, I). C, Honolulu and Drisbane, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dntes below stated, lz.:
From Vancouver anu Victoria, B. C. -rom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Urlsbano and Sydney.) (For Victoria and Vnncouver, D. C.)
AORANOl OCT. 2ii MOANA OCT. 23
MOANA NOV. 2.1 MIOWERA NOV. 20
MIOWERA DEC. 21 AOnANGI DEC. IK
MOANA JAN. 15
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada. United States nnd
Europe. For Freight nnd Pnssaga t'.iid all general Information, apply to
Thco. H.Davles&Co.,Ltd Gen'IA&ente.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
6. S.AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, Sailed.
6. S.HAWAIIAN, 6.000 tons, to sail to sail Oct. 15.
S. S. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, sailed from NEW YORK June 16; will
tsad at PUQET SOUND about SEPT. 1 for HAWAIIAN PORTS.
Freight received at Company')) wharf, 42nd Street, South Drooltljo, at
all times. For further partlculais, apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Frelnht Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
ItCROSS 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 Curs, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Rending nooma.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J H. LOTH not', General Agent.
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D W. HITCHCOCK. General Agent.
No. 1 Montgomery St., San FranclBco.
X L. LOMAX, O. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
Honolulu Rapid Transit
and Land Company.
School Children's Tickets
Hnlffaic school chlldten's tickets
rray be purchased fiom tho conducting
on the cais, or nt the company's olllce
on Ala pal Btieet. These will bo good
for tho tiausportntlon of school chil
dren up to 17 years of age In goln
to and coming fiom school, between
the hours of "'30 and 9:20 a. 111., an-1
1 ami 2:30 p. in. on regular school
C. C. Ballcntyne.
1938-1 in J'Kr-H- '' '' L'";
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR- ISLAND PORTS.
Tbe Evening Uulletln, 75 cents per
FOtt SAN FRANCISCO.
SIKIUIA . .
YOU CAN DO IT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 $3.
Honolulu Office, 315 Fort St.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for v our message
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINO STRbET LINE.
Cr It avt Wiikikl lor town at s 4), 6.ij. 6 4S A M.
an4 every i) mlnjtct therctdtr tt I 1041, iiJm and
11 49P m. from Waiklklgo tuihe Punihou Stibtct.
Cart leat R Ring or I'awaa whcti lor town at
5 ha M. and every 15 minutes thirrafter till n ofcP.M
Cart leave fort and Kins Href t corner lor Pa I am a
at 6 10 am. and etery i) mlnutei after till 11 tj
Cars leave for Pa la ma only at 1 and j.jo a m.
Lart leave Ha I a ma tor Walkikl s 4j A m and every
15 mlnuttf till 9i)HH, then at to i) and 10 4 h.m
Then 11 pm from Pat ma lor Punahou only goes
to Walkikl on SaturJai.
Car leae Fort and Kin- ttrrett corner lot Hltle
Rarge at 5 iu and 1 u A M
Cars leave tort and King streets corner for Walkikl
atoojA M. and every ij minutei tlliioojP.M then at
10 y "4 11.05c m. The ii.jjHM goi to Walkikl
on Saturdays only,
BERETAMA STREET AM) T'JUANU VALLFV
Cars leave Punihou Stab! I. Tuun Hi i nJ
lor Town and Valley at 3 40 3 jo o 90 6 40 t and
f 13 A.M.
Cars leave Oahj College lor towi. id Valley at
6 10 6 jo and t.io A M and ever) 10 mil. es till 10 10
p.m. ecepi uie even nour anj iuii, nour cars men
run from tit Stable,
Carsleave Nuuanu Valley at 6 to 6 jo 6 50 A M and
every 10 minutes thereafter till 10 50 ( m
Cart leave Tort and Queen streets for Punahou
I t-onece at 0 oj 0 j 0 45 A M ana every 10 minutes
'after till 9 4) P.M After that tho cars run to the
Mabio up to 1 1. sop, M. which is the last tar frou Town,
reaching the Stable at ii.jqpm.
O. R. & L. Co.
1'iom and alter January 1, 1899.
STATIONS .IAIIY HAIH
(OulwarJ) .x. bun DAILY l Sun mm DAIIY
W.l.nx. . ,
W lllu. .
K.hukk . ..
(Inw.rJ) ex Sun
llllCt llIL DAin
J 'earl City
F C. SMITH. C.en'l Pass. & Ticket Agt.
G. V. U1.NISON, Superintendent
The Hawaiian Realty and
Maturity Co., Ltd.
General Agents for
The New Hampshire Fire Insurance
r.n. of Manchester, N. H.
ASSETS $3,367,026 27
Dealers In Real Estate. Loan!, Mort
gages nnd Etc.
Over Castle & Cooke's.
Phone, Main 141. P. O. Ilox. 2C2.
Claus Spreekels. Wm. G. Irwin
Claus Spreekels & Co.
HONOLULU, : : T. H.
San Francisco Agents The Ne
vada National Ilanl; of San Francisco.
San Francisco The Nevada Na
tional Dank of San Francisco.
London The Union Dank ol Lon
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Dresdner Rank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong
kong-Shanghai Ranking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Rank
of New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Dank of
Drltlsh North America.
Deposits received. Loans made in
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Rills of Ex
change bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
BISHOP & CO.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letter of Credit itted, nvnilable
in all the principal cities of the
Interest allowed after July 1,
1S0S, on fixed deposits 7 day
notice 2 per cent. (thi form will
not hear intcu-t unlc-s it remains
timlUtitilicil for on month), .!
month I) per cent., 0 month: 3 1-2
per cent, 12 months 4 per cent.
Pioneer Building and Loan
A8SETS, JUNE 3j, 1901, C,04;.37.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Rank for monthly deposits
Houses built on the monthly Install
Twentj-thlrel Series of Stock la now
OFFICERS .1. L. MrLian. Pn-sl-dent:
A. A. Wilder. Vice President:
C. II. dray, Treasurer: A. V Gear,
DIRECTORS J. L. Mcl. r.n A.
A. Wilder, A. V. dear. C. U Gray,
J. 1). Holt. A. W. Keerh. J. A Lyle.
Jr.. J. M. Little, U. S Ito.vd.
A. V. GEAR.
Olllce Hours: 12.301 30 ji tii
bishop & co."
S.ivlncH nennItr: will lie
received nnd Interest allowed by tho
Rank at four and one-half je-r cent
Printed copies of the Rules and Reg
ulations may be obtained on applica
tion. Office at bank building on Mcr bunt
RISHOP k CO
The Yokohama Special Bank
Subscribed rnpltnl Ven H 000,000
I'ald I'p Capital Yen IMOO.OOO
Itcsered Kund Yen t.310.000
Head Ofllce, Yokohama
The Hank bus and receives for col
lection Hills of Hxchnnge, lssuet Drafts
nnd Letters of Credit, and traumctb
n general banking business.
On IU.J IVrnvIt lor it montti.. 4 r.r cirl a
On Kix.d l).(,ill lur 6 ' iH
On i Ixrl utu.lt for i ' i
llranch of the Yokohama Specie flank.
New Republic Bid., Ill King Street
IT WAS FIERCE
.m I'M. 7 ; e i.m. - -, .---.iw - -- J"i rji :. niiuw17iriMiiB'ji
ill ll t&'?
ai I'm srj -c- -v..vj . ytm iT7'nriw.w " a ,? sm.'
" ','8 'JiB
I lO 4
Instruments Filed for Record Oc'a
ber 2, 1901.
A, J I.opes Chang Hong Keo...L.
M. P. Robinson ct al. Puna Sug
K. Amara et al. Oaluf Ry. & L.
II. Gorman and wile First Am.
Saw & Tr. Co Mi..
Illshop & Co. E Wan Sang Rol
Ho Leong et al. Sing Wo & Co....
Wong Kwal Hong Knl U
S. Parker t.iong Kail Chew I
Recorded September 23, 1901.
Kaliulul Ralltoad Co. to Dan
Young, lease; portion lots 7, S and J.
Kahulul lots, Kaliulul, Maul; fl )eata
nt $15(1. Rook 22S. pagu 133. UateJ
September 17. 1901.
I'e Kaheletait to Walmanato Sugi."
Company: lease; II. P. 935, Kul. S33.1.
Wnlmanalo. KoolaupoKo, Oaliu; U
years at IX Rook 224. page 13S. Dil
til September 2, 1901.
J. Klmo tri Waliuanaln Sugar di.j
lease: II. P. 9B0 (or 853), Kul. 23 IT.
R. P. 3i;:i. Kul. 2tl5, R. P. iju, Kul
70S8, Walmanalo, KoolaupoKo, Oalm.
in years nt $10. Hook 228, page 1.14.
Dated September 2. i90l.
Gay & Robinson to A. II Kamii:.
hclwn: lease: It. P. -MIT flnnh.i
'Kalalau, Kauat, 5 years at $10. Rook
22S. page 135. Dated beptomher ,,
Gay & Robinson to Mol.o Mnkunul:
lease, It. P. 2117, Opulua, Kalalait,
Kauai; 5 years at sin. Rook 228, pas-j
135. Dated September 7, 1901.
.1. Kalnl. trustee, to Mlnamlnn (w,
Jeaso; R. P. 2713. Kul. :S11. Pile-hue-Int.
Lahalna. Maul; 11 years at $X
Rook 22S, pa go 133. Dated Augu.t
Godfrey Jlrown, trustee, et nl. to
Union Mill Company; lease; portion
It. P. 2741. Puehuehu. Kohala. Ill
wall; o years' at J90. Rook 228, pagM
HO. Dated September Hi, 19W.
Recoroed September 26, 1901.
I.ec III Knlp and wife to Carlos A
Long; deeu; R. I 4375. Kul. 99. Ku
umakaptll. Honolulu. Oaliu: $2u ami
mortgage. $3500. Rook 22. page I7.J.
Dated September 2U, 1901.
Nnhlkll.ua and husband et nl. to Al
bert Trask; deed: Ap. 3. R. P. 4 IT.
portion Kul. S559. Knllhl. Ilonoliiii.
Oaliu. $1. Rook 225, page 313. IMm
Juno 15. 1901.
Alexandci Lazarus to Cecil llrowu.
trusteo: mortgage; Grant 3517, Punch
bowl slope, Honolulu, Oaliu: JM"i.
Rook 227. page 131. Dated Senium
her 25, 19M
W. ('. Ac-Ill. trustee, ami wife et
nl. to Albeit It. Cunlia; deed; lots 57
und 58, Keklo tract. Honolulu, Onliu.
850. Rook 223, pngo 4'i!. Dated Au
gust 21. 190i
V. I'lltchclf and vltc to Olaa Sitg-ir
Company; deed. Grant IJirti. Oku,
Piinn. Ilnwall, $IS5u. Ilcioli 223, pal
4(1. Dated September 14. Hum.
Mis. .uiu In P SlnuiH to Joe Duart.';
chattel mortgage; one hoiso and iU
cattle; $150. Hook 227. pagu 133.
liated August 30, 19U1.
Washington Kaimlola to Mary
Chang Kim et al.; deed; portion It. P.
.15'I9, Kul. 730. Knumnl.apllf. Honolulu.
Oahu: $"jUU. Hook 225, page 310 Dat
ed September 23, 1901.
Sen Going Dredge.
The sea-going suction drudgn foi
tho Southwest Pass of the .Mljnlh-.li)
pi river, uhlrh was described bred)'
in our issue of September 5, will be
built by Wm. It. Trigg A: Co.. of Rich
mond, Vn. The pumping nia"hlnuiv
for this dredge will be rurnlilu-d by
tho Rucyrus Co.. of South Mllnriiket,
Wis., nnd will consist of two 20I111I1
tingle suction centrifugal dredgiug
pumps with direct compound condol
ing engines and the' necessary Inci
dental dredgiug outfit. This dredge
will be tho largest and most complei-j
hin going dredge which has jet bu-i
built for tint United States Govern
ment. It Is moreover the Mint scag)
Ing hopper dieilge which the Govern
ineut has puichasud with steel lui'l
mid twin screw. The dimension ot
this hull will be, over all 271 1 2 Sw .
molded beam 47 1-2 leet. molded iluii
23 feet. She will have u hopper c-i-paclty
of about 20U cubic- vanls. Tie
propelling engines will bo compound
(Club lining with c-)lliideis 20 Inch 4
nnd lux:W-lnrh stioke. In otnei p
hjects the dredge will bo a rompMo
MU-golug ship, with extensive cabin
nuommodatloiis for olllcers and 1 rew
und with complete eleitile light outl1.:.
bho will steam nt the rate of not lei
than ten Knots per hour. I;ngineenni;
A stniy has got Into tpe that Hon.
Gamaliel llradtord, after promising the
Massachusetts Democratic state com
mlttee a check for $13011 the day after
he gets the Joful tidings of his nomi
nation foi the genernorshlp, proceed
ed to explain hy he didn't offer a
lniger coiilrlbiitlon. "The lest of tho
money," he Is quoted as s.ilng, "I
want to spend mslf." The stoiy Is
rirdlble. He said a neck ago that he
could make u dollar go nun h further
In the campaign mid get mm li better
returns from It than the committee.
IH.i faith In Cniiiiillel Hiadfoid ami
prli.tci'H Ink Is unbounded, bis faith
In onlliiaij o,i in pa Ik n methods Is
Mrietly limited We nwill oiiispIwh of
the opiiortunlty to teliuke a flippant Ir
liMH'iit chap "b" thinks It funny to
enll this earnest patllot the "duns et
plisldluiu" of the aiitl-impeil.illsts
(nbby Cam.illel That's no u) to
I (nk of a gentleman of Mr. Ili.nl
foul's jeais ami dlstlni thins Hurt
le id Courant,
WHIIE IT LASTED.
Mow Ynrk Trlhtlnt
HELD IN MURPHY HALL
Speeches By Dr. Hartley, Rev. W.
D. Westervelt and Theo. Richards
I'lanels Murphy was glen a hearty
fareucll at Murphy Hall last eenltu.
theie bring present a large number r.c
those Interested In temperance work
In the city. On the platform villi
Jlr. Murphy weie l)r. Hartley. Thej.
Klc hards. Moses Nal.ulnn mid ltn. W.
The meeting ns opened b Itev. V
I) Vesterelt. ttho made a brief nil
dress In which he spotce of the 1 ti till
enee for good that had come about
thiougli the work or the tempcranr
leader. In concluding, he express!
ins rii-ep regiet nl Mr Murptiy s d
paiture. Mr. Itlchards followed with n rew
nppioprlate lemniks. Dr. Ilartl-y
spoke at some length i elating 'lla
experlr-tices with Mr. Murphy on their
I trout trip to title. I)r. Hartley ex
prosseil the wish that the temperane.r
leader would lslt the Inlands ngaln.
Mr. Murphy then spoke. In pan an
"I don't know- what I shall say aftor
the eloquent eulogies that hae boon
pionoiinced oer me. but they were all
full of kindnesses and I am fond ct
kindness. I think It Is a great medi
cine. I am greatly Indebted to you ror
sajiug goodbye to me as I am about
lo take my departure from these Isl
anils In the beautiful Pacific. It has
been n gteat experience to mo. t did
not think I sltould stop licit, but ut'er
meeting Dr. Kincald he sugge-sted th.'t
a. series or temperance meetings hi
arranged, and so they were. We did
Ibis In the hope that we would ul'i
men lo soberni'ss. Win men. That'
a great thing to do. You hae got tn
win them, oti hne got lo obtain
the man's consent, same as ntt do a
girl's when oil want to marry hnr.
Ko many pop the nuestlon to n mm
to sign the pledge before he wants to
You hae got to persuade a man tn
make him lorsake a habit. There Is
ery little success. I think, without
this method of leaching men with
'malice toward none and with charity
for all.' I have been trying In mv
humble way to get men to resin 't
this and their families, and their conn
tty. and their (led It Is true. I hu4
hud great success, but I have had
gieat help I bale done wry tittle
mself, I am nstonlshed msclf lit
the wondeirul Increase Hint Clod hit
chen to me. When on eonie to plant
a kernel nt corn and get tluec ears
from It, Jim know something nr tn.'
generosity of noil. So men with small
gifts who ciuiseerntu' their Hies to c
great purpose will bale great resul
- to Ihemsehes most of all
"I waul to extend my giateful thanks
to the ministers or this city, nnd D
the public press, who haw been a unit
ill Hie support ot this incitement. I
owe my gratelul thanks to the publl"
press nl Ameilcn. Hi ci) where It has
been n great help to me. You rannnl
do without the public- press. It Is
great torce. If ou lin.e not the puti
lle press with ou. J oil will do a pih
or work and obtain small results; but
with the help of the press, ou will
succeed. I have received the most
hearty help from the press of Hon'i
lulu, and am truly gratelul.
"We bine got an organization liuro
they call It a Miiiphy organization,
'i hat's a cieat name, ain't it? Tliat'4
n gieat name to put onto It I hopi
Cod will bless It. I am tully persuadnd
that gospel tempeiaui'e Is li success
The inin of this club hne asked uiu
trie use or ill) name to go with It. mid
I hope It will not be stained by any
mlsi undue t on their part, and I don't
ludleu It will 1 hnw- nothing but m;
name- I hue the distinguished lnmn'
of being a poor man, alter many op
toitunltlfs to he rli h. I would soonei
die than hn.c it stain on my name. I
ran get along without an thing I
bale got except my name. My wife
und children think a great deal of It.
I. am sine that these gentlemuii who
are banded together understand nw
cud know just wlinl my heart's deslti
Is. and will be can-fill of my name nnd
tite It to belli them. When oil milk
a bad use or anything ou will get Into
trouble I want to say here that tin
most generous men I hao ever seen
an.' In these Islands. I hae not se"i
their like anywhere- else III the Unite 1
States. It Is tor you tn bo graturitl to
these genet oils men and women, i
think this soile-ty will get nal gener
ous support fiiini these Christians. You
must gliu an account or the money
j nil reeeit and what you do with It
ir j on. don't, j on don't get nuy more
money. Nobody. I hope. Is going to
collet t innne tor theli own usii thai
won't do, We must lime an account
ing for eieiy penny for tills work, nul
1 hope and Hust )im will keep you
books (illicit, and uu tlmu uny ouu
wants to see oiir books, )ou e"in
show them. That's whole ou are go
line to siKii-ed. This Is n to, civ hall.
but somewhat expensive. I'erhaps n'i1
ought to get a cheaper placo. lou
must bale money lor It. It's u ease nl
I'don't get man led until oit get a
rage.' Wo want to be honest uc I
Hue, efiy one of us.
I liuicr taken paitleiilar pains 'i
associate myself with these men, em I
find them titio nnd correct In nil their
dealings, and hope they will succeed
uud c .ti ry foiwuid this wink, and pur
haps I will be bad; again I Inu.i
lii-en lnsplied by the beauty of this
city. I hope Mr. Hartley will slice eed.
1 thank Mr. Wostenelt for his aid.
and I hope Professor lllehards will bo
piesldcut of this association. You will
be n great blessing to thesu mull her.
They haio had u haul time, limy wunt
lluoiigh a stoim, but we will 'let tint
dead past limy Its dead,' and ait io
tho present only. The best of busi
ness men are all delighted with tin
v.oil, The newspaper men hae be'Ml
enthusiastic, I want to thank M.'.
Nakiilna. You have been a glen
Miend of ouis and with the Hawallaiu,
nud 1 want to thank nil of theiu foi the
work they lime done lor me.
"I um homesick and am going homt
find lie Willi ou until we meet again
Now Hint we are to separate m heri
Is sad because I sluill not see thetu
dear ll lends again. Hod bless on all
us they liuie Messed me III this hoU
' Old Helni.i iii.u ry a high minded
m. in. the way she always tuld she
"Yes, the managed to catch an 4S-
l trouuim l." Philadelphia Uulletlu.
m -r" '.I ill -h4Bm' aBl s
v vV i. ', ttaf ft VTJPKTi!
A. T. HAfiBNKAMP. Mi
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coalinga
Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, completely sur
rounded by as rich oil pioducltig wells
as there arc In the State, leldlng from
JU to 23fi barrels per day.
Conttact prices lor oil at the Con.
Inga wells, Tu cents per barrel.
With twenty-file producing wells of
It'ii banels each tier day, you can
make our own calculation as to
The oil Industry of California Is in
its Infancy, yet many tortunes have
been made by Judicious and lucky In
vestments In oil stock. Many moro
will be made in the near future.
Tho aieiage advance nu oilgliial
sales of oil stock In twenty leading
companies In California has
from 1 to lies per share.
Oil lanih) have advanced from fl.Zo
to $1,000 nnd U'.OOn per acre
When the Pacific Union Oil Com
pany has a number of producing wells
on Its property, its Btocic win nave
tbe same show ror even a greater ad
vance, as some oil stock has advatiii'd
from $1 to 1.5i0 per share.
The Pacllle Union Oil Company nas
no salaried officers, and Is controllr-d
by well known gentlemen of Integrity,
who wl 11 see tnnt the money derived
from the sale of stock will be legltl-
mately applied to the development of
lor further information appiy io i.
II riSlimt & CO.. Stock nnd llond
Urokers, and Hawaiian agents for tho
sale or n limited amount ot Pactnc
ITnliin Oil Company stock, htnngeii-
wald building, Merchant street.
No person Is allowed to inter or
tiespnss on the premises ot Hie nil
dersigneil, situate at Moalialua, Kon.i.
Oahu nrter ! p in., without permls
slim All fiiuiul thereon nttei said
time nightly will lie lireisc-e iiteti l-i
the full limit of the law
inn; n KvVO.no yick r.
Having secured a more deslrab!-
business location, t have remove-d my
stock to Ileietnnla sttc-el. next tn the
corner of I'mmn. where I will he plea-e-
ed to meet old nnd new customers de
siring to buy wnll paper, etc.
i;i,,j a ejiiAS. iii;ai
All bills duo W. W. Wright's car
riage maniiractory will bo e-ollected uv
S. Decker or Win rernnndi's: any oth
er iceelpts given by any one will not
bo leeogulri'd by tue.
W W. WHIOIIT
lHU-Sept. 18 5H. 21. 21. 2fi. 28.,
Oct. I. 3. .'.
BOWERS, SOLE MANAGER.
Cungdoii Is mi lunger connect
1 lowers iWcrclitiuts rairoi
Prom today Mr llowers will be the
sole manager id the said liiislnc,
whli h will continue us befoie N.i
other person Is authorized to leeelpl
HOWKItS' .MERCHANTS' PATItOi..
Per w. i.. nowniis.
Honolulu. Sept. 27. 1IHI1. IDS-' It
TENDERS TO PURCHASE.
The undersigned will receive bids
up to 12 n clock Saturday, uciouer v.
for the purchase of the property and
effects of tho Honolulu Stock-vards
Company, either as a whole or In parts
Pioperty Includes tine coiner toi on
South and King stri-ets.
Ileuses. Mules nud Carriages, OhVo
rurnltiirei. etc., etc.
Send bids to utile o of -Ins. V Mor
gan. fi.1 (Jiie-en street, wheie Inven
liny can be seen.
JAS. V. MOItOAN,
C. A. itici:.
SALE OF SEAT IN HONOLULU
STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE.
Tho undersigned will .receive or
fers to puiehase the sent of C ,1
I'alk, 1( . ns a member of tlie Ho
liolulu Stock and llond Cxehnuge.
Membership in tlio t:xihaiige en
titles the holder to nil. Insurance of
Sale subject to coullrinntloii ny Hie
rurther particulars or Hie unde-
slgned, to whom offers to purehiii
should be nddiessed prior to Wednes
day October I". MM.
JAK. 1'. .MOIltiA.N.
Piesldeiit Honolulu Stock and llond
The Honolulu Creamery, Ltd
King Street near South,
lie prepaied tu furnish
PURL FRESH CREAM
III ipiantltles to suit deliveied tn all.'
part of the city. Prices on appllui
Hon Ti'ims net cash.
Madame A. Schoellkopf,
WILL TEACH FRENCH
l in classes or private lessons.
I Residence Extension of Hotel
lopp. Adventlst Church.
At the entrance
to the Famous
tao ValleVt and
easy access to
volcano In tha
WorlJ. - - - -
ISLAND OF MAUI.
WIDTH OF STREETS
The advantage or reducing the
vfldth of the pavement on residence
fttcets In cities or moderate size w.n
I touglit forward In n contribution nnd
i dltorlal dlsi us'lon In our Issue of
Mav IU snys the Engineering .N'ews.
In The Mlehlgin i.nglneer. Hie nnninl
publication or the- Michigan Knglnee
Ing Society we find the following
notes upon tin snnie topic presented
b the president of the society M
II P. Illggs, In discussing the sub
ject of (loads nnd Paving:
The width of paving is a matte
that the ordinary councilman and lh
mdlnaiy citizen know little or noth
ing about In Wauseon. O Main
street Is ,2 feet In width between
curb., with no stieet railway on It I
been n,,w" a''' n ,,n-f'"t pavement that be
ing more than ample for the needs of
the village. Wauseon Is the coitnlv
seat of I'lilton county, a very nice lit
tle village of :'..",00 or 3.000 Inhablt
tinls The "Ifoot pavement, however.
put In The eoimell wanted U tO
or Ki, their street Is 100 feet wide
with 10 feet on entli side additional ov
I mum of the buildings being set
br.ek. A light fall ot sr.ow shortly aft
e-i the pavement v-i InUlied showed
very nleely the width of pavement
they really ier,ulreil Three davs after
Hint snow rail I took the council over
ithat street and all of tho traffic Hut
had pnised over It could hnve been
li.iii, ii-ii , -ij nil i-l.v till It ,1. inric
(treet At the sides the snow was un
brokr-n excet.tlni wbein n tip,t.trl-,n
or a dog had walked ae ross It. At Del
tn. a small village of perhaps l.nni
Inhabitants IS miles west of Toledo,
the main street Is .",0 fe-et wide. They
have wmetlilng like a mile of street
'paving under tnnti.-iet nnd the width
Milled upon Is 18 feet ror stieets
which have little travel and no tenuis
hitched on them and H leet and :,0
fret on the business street. Thus Inr
It has been found Hint these widths
ntc ample, am the pi v Ing has been
'put In it n very low cost to the prop
city inner The- mistake Is verf
'r.fti'ti made by property owners of
.piYlng a street lor .".n. 10 or SO fert
jwldth when n ! foot or .10 foot street
Would do Just ns well.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
8ALE OF REAL ESTATE.
The undersigned, M. A. Ooasalves,
as administrator of the estate or A.
0. Pestann, deceased, by virtue of an
order made and issued by the Hon
orable (leorge I) dear. Second Judge
or the Circuit Court or the.Klrst Cir
cuit. Territory or Hawaii, tn Probate,
at Chambers, authorizing nnd licens
ing tbe said administrator to sell ail
the real estate belonging to the said
estate, hereby gives nolle o that no
will sell at public' auction, to the high
est bidder, nt the salesroom or James
I'. Morgan, No. til Queen street, in Ho
nolulu. Island or Oahu Territory of
Hawaii, on Saturday, the 2!th day of
September. A I). MM, nt 12 o'cloclc
noun, nil of that parcel of land with
Imiirovements thereon situate In Ho-
'noliilu aforesaid, and popularly do-
That certain lot or parcel of land
bounded mniika by homo of John On
derklrk. Walkikl. by property of W.
II. Hongs makal. by Kims lane, nnd
Kwn by Muklkl street, lying opposite
property ol w I.lstiman and It.
I.lshmau, and particularly described
ns follows, to wit:
All or that certain parcel of land sit
uate on the east side of Maklkl street
In Honolulu. Island or Oahu, fronting
111 feet on said Maklkl street, with i
depth of 170 feet, being a portion ot
Itoyal Patent No. i.o.T... nnd containing
an area or about 22,90 square feet.
and being the same premises conveyed
to A. C Pestann by tho following
deeds, to wit:
Deed of Manuel Knos. dated Septem
ber Hull, 18SS, and recorded In llbsr
112. page 211.
Deed of .1 S Mnttos, dated Septem
ber 10th. 188s, and recorded In lllur
112. page 215.
A portion of the land described In
the deed of J, S. Mnttos. dated July
1Mb, IMC, and recorded In liber LIS,
All recorded In the ofTlre or the
Registrar or Conveyances tu Honolulu
Said sale being sillied to confirma
tion of Hie snld Court.
Ti-rms ensh In V. S fiolil Coin.
Deed nt the expense of the pur
eliasei. I or further Information apply to the
undersigned nilmlnlstratnr, or at the
olllce of said James I-'. Morgan.
Dated ut Honolulu. Sept. 11th. 190',
M. A. OON8AI.VnS,
Administrator of the Cstate or A. C.
I. M. I.ONC1. ;
Attorn")' ror Administrator. J"5
. . - ,
Ily order of Honorable UVorgo n.
dear, Second Judge of tho Circuit
Court or the rlrst Circuit, the nbove
sale Is iiostponed to Satoulay, Octo
ber Mb, l!ii I. at 12 o'clock noon .it
snli'sinnm nf Jas. V. Moignn 05 Queer,
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER
will reielve a limited mimhci of pupils
Term cniuiiienclng on nud after Sep
te mber 25th
1021 lleietuula St.
Illx n I. nnn-riot.onoQt
rrWNI fur ti.-tiorrtur,
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or .nr inll.ninu
llun, Irriuiign ur uKr'
L . . tintiM.
iioq ct niiicuu. iu-id-
.lum wtuicuco. izi'
Mold br BranbU,
or ..nt In pl.la wr.pp.r.
V,M,lt I- inrtn. trrni.l. far
li ui, ur i Mti, ii n.
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