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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., FRIDAY, OCTOnEJt I. 1901.
The King of Natural Table Waters
A Naturtil Sparkling
Wnter bottled lit the
ZoIIIuiiih, - Germany.
The Favorite of New York
and London Society.
UUIIcUllllb tle Htnnilnrd
from nitionJ the mlncrnl
wutcrH of the world by The
Lu.idon Liincet,' The hlglicHt
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
V ,1' ,
employa two of the mol skillful and
experienced white' baker In the city
to superintend their cake and bread
department. Evervthlnci clean, whole-
l.nm. anrl santtarv. Qnlv the verv heit
material and flour used for making
Gluten, Rye, French, Home-made and
all other styles of Bread.
Thirty Loaves of Bread for One Dollar.
Doughnuts, Snails, Buns, etc.,
out at 6 a.m.
Cup Cakes and Lady Fingers
out at 7 a.m.
Razors Honed and Set
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
FOU 35 CI1NT8.
Jelly Rolls and Layers,
Cake, etc., out at . ..
Custard, Squash and Pumpkin
Pies out at S a.m.
Lemon, Mince, Cranberry and
Fruit Pies out at 10 a.m.
Chocolate Eclairs and Cream
Puffs out at 11 a.m.
Cookies and Macaroons out at 12 a.m.
Artistic Wedding Cakes any Price.
J. Oswald Lutted,
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest Heat - of - Summer.
is a dry mineral powder mixed with water only.
It Is being ud successfully all over the Islands.
Estimates given for any iron roofs, from a sugar
mill to a small shed. Satisfaction guaranteed.
For further particulars, come in and see the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO:
Wall. Nichols Co.,
There nni lots of people who iln not
know how rutty It Is to preserve und
fininu rur licum- uilornnii'tit. tho ninny
urtlstlc pIctnrcH one comes arrow
these days. In miuio of tlio mnpizlni'H
lino sees reproductions fif mo world's
inaHtcrpleces, which moiinti'cl uml
frnnied with kIubs anil bludlnK urn In
ccod tnste, nt ornaments fur nny m-iui
in your house.
It Ik cuidly ilonr.
We have irtlilnK tioieKtsiiry In
our Stationery Department. Complete,
I'asHO-l'artntit OntlltH with Pool; of Instructions.
ON HIS OWN BEHALF
FOR ATTORNEY'S FEE
Humphreys and Gear Charged $500
for Trying to Deliver a Spend
thrift from Guardianship
Judge (liar appeared on tho witness
stand before Judge Little today, In nn
ex parte ninttcr whcieln the witness
has n pectinlury Intercut. Judge Ilurj
phrejn would )iae been disqualified
also, It be were here, to adjudicate tin
question. It was a lnptton to flx the
Atturne'H fee for fervlcM rendered by
the late law firm of Humphreys & tiotr
lu 188S nnd 189!), whea St npp'jire.l for
u petition to annul tre. Kii.uillnnttil.i
of Kiiliu Knpuklnt, ni alleged p;id
thrift. The petition was tlonied rnd
attorneyR for It dcmnii l"d n fej of IMo.
(ieo. A, D.ivls nppetred this iiiorn'i:R
for the motion nnd J. A Mago in, gi.nr
dlnn. In person to contest it.
Judge Hear testified that the f.rJiHr
t I in (ilvod In the prT-eedlnps was of
flO.OOO valuation. At least two week
was spent In court reprca-intln'? (ho
petitioner. The nttornoyt for the ; rtl
tlon filed n brief of 10 p.ii?-q, four lrlc!
having been filed .lltai" ther. Twelve
witnesses were examines, ylii'd'nij Ul
panes of testimony. Thr.w fads wrw
elicited from the wlt.ieJe by question-
ItiK. As to whether he considered tho
charge n fair one, Jtulgo t.c-ir nmciiu
other tlilngd said:
If a luwyer In a cajie involving $10.-
000 of property cannot set W) for two
Aeek of hard work, .ie iivi bjtter fct
nut of business." t '
It wax hln opinion that a fro should
bear some proportion to IT.o Intef'ti
ltinlwd. There wan . ci3 In'llor.o
1 til it where property worth half a mil
lion wax Invnhed tu tho ettorncy
charged only $."0. The wttnesit thought
J.VHiO would have bom ninrc appro
priate. .1. IT. T)e Holt, a member of tho tr.r,
gae expert testimony.
"Do jon consider $"00 would be a
reasonable oinpenatlon?" nikd Mr.
I)als after Mating the clrrutrHCiiirei.
"I think ' In not unreason ible," mi
swereil the wanes, milling: "It is
enough. I think that Is what I wonl.l
'Then you think it is roauonnhlo nnd
oiilVi to sny io for the record?"
"I think It Is reasonable," answered
Mr. I)e Holt.
Mr. Magoon. In the course of argu
ment, quoted law that ho thought win
against the motion.
Judge Little considers the mattu
THE HABIT OF BUYING
...IS A GOOD ONE...
HECAU8B YOU GUT
the purest unit mont
wholcnome kintltt thut
t U poBBlhle to buy ;
the kinds that crmure
good health und long
lite. If you love your
little oneH. nhowyour
devotion by purchuu
l"li youp (ipoceplex ut
H. May & Co., Ltd.,
BOSTON ULOCK, FOKT STRU1-T.
Tclephoneh M'l, !24, Oli
P. O. Box :ihi
COLD IN THE BACK.
Thut'H nil. Miiybn you'vo had It and
thought you were getting old. A RED
STAR PORUS PLASTER-the most
curative plaster made will tlx It all
light. Ia'imo It on u few dnyw. A
crutch for Innm bnclin. Two for L'."c.
STOP YOUR COUGH.
Ilud (olds are plentiful. Here's n
cure. Imt'taho It n time PUTNAM'S
CHERRY COUOH COMFORT tnki'
light hold of u cough seemn to go
straight to the seat of trouble. Ohm
dose ghes relief. I'leasaut to tal i
i'.'c and .'iUc bottles.
These hot days urn producthe, ol
headaches. Thero Isn't any reuso'i
why you should suffer when ou I'lin
get u speedy and safe euro in taMitg
ono of the famous HEAD-EASE po'.v-dei-H.
This Is tho most popular reme
dy In these Islands; Wo bo of twvkc
I'OHT AND KIN1
New York, Sept. IM. Tho Hopubllc
an Convention tonltjut named tho fol
lowing tliket by ncelamation:
Hetli ,ow, president of Columbia Co!
logo, for Mayor
Kdmiiml M. (trout of Ilrooklyn for
Charles V. FurmvH of Nuw York for
I'resblent of tlm Hoard or Aldermen.
The platform adopted urralgna Tain
tunny Hull us "a hand of conspirators
against the public wellnre," unit us "an
organization ucwited to public plun
der." It charges tie' administration of
till) Police Department with, "buylns
and selling llceusu to break tho law,
nnd tho machinery designated for tL
vlmlutstrutlon of justice an "holtm
employed to promote, vice uml prototi
The platform pledges tho cantlhlutu
to do away with "tno hluckmull In
iqulty." It further suya tho election ol
the ticket will not meun blue-law gov
irnment, "but the largest measure ot
personal liberty consistent with pu'i
lie decency ami the maintenance, ci
The contention was uttended by
most of the leaders of tho Republican
party. Lieutenant Uuvernor Wood r lilt
was the chairman, and prominent
among the delegates were CornelliM
Vunderbllt, Frederick S. Ouibs, Itoh
ort C. Morris, jacob llrenner and 1".
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The liutletln ll.iseball Contest loke
Another yadit race for Sunday Is
fchediitcd It the weather penults.
The, Nippon Maru sailed for tho
Orient at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1219 l'ort St., f 1.5C per week up.
The Nippon Maru continue on he.'
way to the Orient at 2 o'clock today.
Dr. Anderson left esterday for the
Coast. He will be away about a month.
Dr. J, Atchcrley can be found nt 313
King street, next door to Opera House.
Geo. Haffner, the Jeweler, will re
move on October 1 to 1113 Masonic
The stenmer Hanalel has been gl
en to Purser Ferguson, formerly ut
Hackfehl & Co. will recolvp per hk.
Albert now due, 22,000 bass Hour, und
other food stuffs.
New two story lionxeo Just complet
ed, senants' quarters, stable, etc. See
For ltent column.
Tho weekly edition of the Evening
Hullctln gives a complete Buminary of
the nows ei Hie day.
Some of the Kindergarten chlhliui
wi'iu out for a ride In one of tho elw
tile cars this morning.
The best place In Honolulu to liavo
films and plates del eloped Is at the Ho
nolulu Photo Supuiy CH).
An assessment on Pioneer Mill Co.'j
slock will be due Not ember 13. seo
notice under New Today.
There Is no bad whisky, but some
kinds nre better than others. The Pan
theon O. 1'. S. Is the best.
The Mlkahala and Nllhau. Iron) K,i
ual, and the ,o All Hon. from Haiii-i
Mia, are all due In the morning.
There Is only one Komel the pur
Juice of tho grape fruit. Carbonated
only by Consolidated tiodu Works.
Judge Wilcox was out for a rldu th'u
forenoon. He will not resume his du
ties in the Polke Court until neU
There will be u rehursiil of the cholf
of thu Seiond Congregation of St. An
drew's Cathedral this evening at S
The elegant residence of '. .1. I.inl
wlgseu will lu hold ut auction on tho
lidli. See Jos. F. Morgan's (.olumu on
The Hanalel sails for Hnunmaulti
tun! Ahuklnl at f o'cloik this alter
noon. She will take passengers ana
mail for Nawlllwlll.
The Y. M. C, A iinnounies that. In
(use there lire n large enough number
of applicants to win runt It, a rli ir.il
chiss will he formid.
.Mr. Johnson, who has had churge of
the sheet Iron i onstructlon of O'iu
mill, arrived on tho Mauuii l.oa nut
Is on his wny to the States.
Tlm little steamer James .dukce hi
had n new donkey boiler put III. Hh?
will go on the marine railway bef-ji
again going Inlo commission.
Ah Hoy nnd thiee other Chinamen
pleaded guilty lu the Police Coint thi.i
forenoon to the i barge ot gambllm;
and enth was flned $!. und costs.
Mrs. J, (1. ltothwell, who has been
spending the Minuncr on Tantalus, has
returned to the city nnd will be ut
home to her friends on Tuesdays.
Deputy Sheriff Oillllnttwortb wiw
summoned before the (,rund Jury this
morning so that the long (ases on the
Police Court calendar weie continue J
Win. Kiihalelilli, a nathe, was -lr
rested estcruay on the churgo r.I
stealing collars, cuffs mid other ar
ticles from the Sanitary mcani Lut.n
dry". His case will iimw up tomorrow.
The Mary 12. Fostir. now nt tho Irni
gard whnif, wilt finish dlsihurglug bur
cargo of general nieielianillKO tomor
row. She will tin u take cu ballast and
sail for San Francisco tor aunthi i
Don't forget Cumurlnos of the Cali
fornia Fruit Market when ou want
fruit and tegetahles. He always has
on hand n fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
On account of tho closeness of sev
eral of the bids on the work of ex
tending the line of the Itnpld TrntMll
system the award for tho work ha-i
not yet been mude. Tho extension
will reach to the fertilizer works, und
tho work must be done In time to huto
tho cars running by Christmas.
WAS LINCOLN'S SHCRIirARY.
Washington, Sept. 20. John Oeorgfl
Nlcolay, private seueUry to President
Lincoln, und widely known as tne. au
thor of several books on the life of the
gieat wur President, died today ut Ills
h-hIiIciii'ii hero', ujed 70 tears. He had
hi en In feeble health for teveral years,
and slme his resignation as marshal of
iin. I'niteri states Sunreme Court lu
1SS7, he had been living quietly ut his
Washington home with his daughter,
Miss Helen Nlcolay. the only surviving
(ember of tlm family. A -warm per
sonal friendship existed between l'rcsl
dint Lincoln and Mr. Nlcolay. Ills
work that has attracted the most at
tention Is the history of Lincoln, on
which' Mr. Nlcolay collaborated with
Colonel John Hay. the present Secre
tnry of State,
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen ,Sts.
H. HackfeicU Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
THE BldHOP'8 IMAIvUI'S DAY.
This Is Name's Day for the Ulshop ot
Puiiopolls, It being tho feast ot St.
Train is. Tlie lllght Kevurend gentle
man's full name Is1 Francis GiiUTau
At St. Louis College a reception wns
git in to the Dlshop und ho was pre
sented by the Druthers of tho faculty
mid th pupils with u Tiatidsome roll
top desk In honor and remembrance of
The clergy of the Catholic Mission,
together with the t (siting Jesuit mis
sionaries, llttlngly bbscrtcd the, 'feast
ut the lllshop's residence In rear of the
THIS SPACe. RESERVED FOR
Thu mission to be given by tho elo
ouent and distinguished Jesuit ml
sloiiarles, Itev. Marshall llourmuu und
Itnv. Kiigene A. Mngeonoy. will begin
ut the Catholic Cathedral on Sunday
next ut U u. m.. und closo on Sunday
ui tuber 20, ut vespers.
ina oruer u exercises win no us r.n
lows; Mass and short instruction nt
i ii. in,, muss and sermon ut 10 a, in.,
stations of the ci'osb at 3 p. in., ro.iary,
keimon nnd benediction nt 7:30 p. m.
Confessions until 12 noon uml from .'
to 11 p. m.
TODAY'S TUN N 18 MATCH.
The concluding limti-h lu doubles be
tween Dlllliighaiu and lloth, Adams
ami llroek yestetduy uftetiioon, tesiilt
ml to ii vlitory for'the former who won
three sets out of lite. The mati;li hud
been all but loncluiled and when the
two teams took to the coiiits esterday
afternoon, they had two sets apUce
with the deildlng set standing .', to I
In rutor of Dillingham mid lloth. These
plajeis won another game, thus end
ing the set.
This jifternooii, Dillingham and
Itoth will play Ctston ami Hosf, win
ners of the last touinameut In Iloublis
mid members of the Heretaula Tenuis
Club. Dilllngliam uml Itoth both he-
long to the Pucltlc Tenuis Club so that
this uf tei noon's match will be most In
teresting. Play higliis at 3:30 o'cloik
on tho courts of the Paellle Tenuis
You Have a Family Tree
Itut If you luivc'nt n
8lioc Tree you cum
your mIiochIii hIiiiic.
The Koster" Tree is the best, easy to
Insert or withdraw, saves the leet front
corns or bunions, saves the shoes.
NHNERNY SHOE STORE
Ladies' Colored Shirt Waists
At One Half Their Value
We are overstocked w itli Shirt Waists
ind must dispose of our present stock
in order to make room for our immense
amount of goods just received by the
Maripoa. We promise you extraord
inary values in this .sale and assure you
that you ttll not be disappointed in
coming to see us. : : : :
PRICK REDUCTIONS AS FOLLOWS :
Prciich Zephyr WiilHtH In Plnkv llluc uml Hlnck nnil
White KtrlicH. reduced from $!2.2B to SI. 50.
Cliiimhry WiilHtH In nnrrotv Htrlpcs, '2.00 nnil l.'iti
rciluceil to I.OO.
All our Lutvn WiilHtH, 1.50 nnil I.V5 reduced to 75c.
Cliiimhry WiilHtH with embroidered front. 22.00 re
duced to I.OO.
Cliiiniltry WnlstH In hoIIiI coIoi-h, Pink nnd llluc, tucked
front nnd buck, reduced from 3.00 to I.OO.
One lot of Striped Lawn WiilHtH reduced to.UOc.
One cime 120 Bed 8prcmlH, rcgultir I.:t5 qunllty nn Hide
thin week at 1.00 each.
You Savcd'Moiey Last Time Yon
Came to One of Our Sates ;
You Can Do It Again Now.
I Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT ST.
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCH1INS,
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.'
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO., of To
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, October 4, 19CI
NAME OF STOCK rAij?j
C. Brtwrr aComtcny.J t.tm,v no
KS SacMUG.Co.fl I o.eM 100
L.H.K.rf tc Co.. LU.. , .00,00 y
1 Ewt PUntatlon Co .... ' 1.0
I Hftno I'lint.tfonCo . t.t.mol loo
I Hawaiian AerlculturaICo i.ooo.onoT too
HawallanCom.&SuCo. t.iit.TSo too
. Hawaiian sugar io ...
Honomu Sugar Co
Honokaa Sugar Co ..
IHa'ku Sugar Co ...
Kanuku IMantallon Co
Kllnl I'lantCo .III. .
Klvahultl Sugar Co...(
Koloa Sugar Co ...
Kona Sugar Co.. at
I NaMku Sug Co I
Oahu Sugar Co
Olaa Su. Co., LU ,
Ookala Sugar Plan Co
J . ail
Olowatu Company. .
PaauFiau Su. Plan. Co
Pacific Sugar Mill ...
Pala Itamatton Co . ..
Prpfko Sugar Co
Pl.-nMr Mill Co Ai
Walluku Sugar Co.. ..
Imanalo Suear Co
Waluita Mill Co
VI In Srtam.Mn C .
l-l,l-lv!anJ Ira t N.Co
.tawaiian ticu.cca .
fOO OOO 100
500 000 loo
Mutual Ttltphon Co .. I
------ , .. I ,.v, ,
Jang Ky luii Lo i 1.000.000 too
r.opi. iukk I g 1.0 150.000
Flnl National Bank ...I.
FlrilA.S BanktVT.Co ..
. BONUS. I
Hawaiian Gov sparcrnl .,
nno . , u), o prrctnu
H1I0R. R,Co. 6prcem
ion. napta irn.ll..
Ewa Planlal n 6 pr cam
Oahu k 8c Lan J Co. pre:
u.nu ,-ianiation ope
Olaa Plantation 6 p c.
WaUlua Agrlcul, 6 p c
.. .. .
'. . ..
V.ULARD E. BriOWN,
Halstead & Co:;
on Sugai Securities
407 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchanc
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Etching
Orders lor the purchase or sale of stocks
ana bonJs carefully and promptly executed.
McllNBRfMV BLOCK. PORT ST.
J. D. AVERY,
Montreal, Sent. 24, U. V. Itoas,
I'icmlcr uf tliu I'ruvlnco of Ontiiru.
wlio lint, just rt'turuuil fioin n twu
nuintliH' trip tu 1:iik1iuu1, Iiub I'oncl'.lJ
I'd unaimonu'iita lor a isi'Iiimiiu uf uh
tiihtl-ll lllinllKliltlOU. TIlO llt-Ul III lllllll'1
with thu Klilcr !)emitster Comiiaiiv
uml will, it In uuik-rbtuml. porno Inti
rltrit next HpilllK. The plan will Dmi
b trli'il wltn rami laljururs, win) iii-i
luauc In thu iiriivlntu. and u iiunili'n1
rl......nl ll.w,ulln ..n,l rvna...n...l.l.. nlll Km liimnrlir (time n'lirt lit f Ait 10 at
.ur, anil -ms. imnuiu ira. Tol , j011i B(.(0I1( flo,)r l:nt0 0 .n.iialii In tlm iiruvinco nnil (ju.
taken the former home of Dr. .Maxwell ui,jinK. hack their patsaKo niouoy within i.
ut 1Kb corner of t'ensacola anil lluusln-1 ;i H. m,, C;4S p, in., or later by en- upeeilleil tlnv. Thu province will p'i
kit streets. cagement. ,tU shlpplns tompauy.
WILLCARH FOR GIRL.
HoninnH, the little tn-year-olil I'nr'. (
KIi'Hii Klrl who wiiii unvotuil thri-u
iluys okii on the iliargu of ai;raui.'v
(or lii-KKlnK money on the MivctH, ha J
uvr i am- nolle prosil. In thv rulUP
Court tlilri tuii'iionu. XIkIi HIihii
llriiwn has lnti'nteil hlnmelf In tho
little walf'ri fane anil will 'i to It
that Kin Ik put Into soiiik tiihiiol In
the elty whi-rii hIiii will recehi' an ml
Illation ami lie welt taken euro of.
llomannV father was r-i'iit om-i- io
lull tlm other day on the ihaik'n t
kaKraney ami her mother l nt 111 in
I'orto Itlen. She is a lirlKht llttl
llilui; and with the puiier sunouii
Ipks will iimloulitedly itruw up to !'
it fine womiiii.
that would In- a i;rnt't tn any house,
JiMt iipi'iiid lay us, and are waltl.u;
for )ou to iiinu1 tit see them. If you
haven't a nice dresser we went you lu
rieo then-. Iieeaune you eau't help huy
Inc one when you know how iimvo
nleut they are.
Oak Is the popular wood for furni
ture and we have
that will shine uhoie any lu town mid
at ridiculously low prleen.
We would like to fall attention 11
This branch Is a ery Important one
to you and to us.
We make anything ou order and
from any iIckIku, Mattretiea made
of hair unci we sell them for hair
no cheap mixture, l'lllows stuffed,
couches made. ele.
Dr. I'lercu'H Klec
A1!) MllliDrue. Inirl
tllM'e. SnJ t "ll.ok
l.t ho, " AJJrtik
IMCKCU !LliCTKIC CO.,
6J0 M"kt St., S. P.
J. HOPP & CO.,
Thu l.eiiillnti Furniture Dealer.
kinfi nml Bethel Streets.
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fliif Ice Crejm anJ Water Ices.
Chocolates and Confections.
HiihIiichh Mun'rt Lunch
The best In the city: 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
FOR EVERYBODY !
We will hcII
Crepe Tissue Papers
FOR 10 CENT8 ulnftlc
roll, or $1 tor n dozen
rollH. AllieotorH the
Miime price, till
All the LntCHt
HookH In Htock
Ground Floor, Judd Bulldlni.
Postoffice Box 300. 1 elephone log.
Judd & Company
8T0CK AND BOND BROKERS,
REAL E8TATE AGENTS,
RENTS AND BILLS COLLECTED.
omre No. R07 StatiRcnwalil bulltllns,
Honolulu, T, II, V. O. box 067.
Tel. i:-3 Main.
Dlank books of all sorts, ledgors, etc,
manufactured by the Uullctlt, Publish
Valenciennes, Applique, Swiss.
Nainsook and all over Embroid
ery. Real Terchon all ovei
lace in black and white, newest
designs and finest quality. A
big choice at - - - -
E. W. Jordan's
10 FORT STREET.
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