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i!VEMNdtrLtETWfjpNoi:ui.W";ii. t., fridayToctober 4, mi.
Out of business? Not liy :i Jiik full' Wo hnvo bought out
the Pacific Cycle. Co., next door to Enters', and have Just re
ceived 150 Columbia, Clou-land niul Humbler Wcyi lea, beside-
a (nil line of shelf hur.ln'nic Tilings liok like n lnrgislzcd
beehive down here and we want 5011 to come around to see us.
E. O. HALL & SON,
ROOMS 508, 309, 510 STANGKNWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 7
All clnsies of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surrey and Re
ports made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction;
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Constriction Superin
tended, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
roads, Electric nnd Steam; Tunnels, llrldges, Uulhltngs, Highways, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, ind Report 0.
Iropertles for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, St AM. Soc C. B.,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR.. Secretary and Treasurer.
Something For Yoi:!
Everybody like good thing to eat and It's our business to sell tlicni.
We hnvc Just opened a lino imsuitmenl of cookies and biscuits. Including
omo of the following kinds:
C. J. DAY & CO.
PAINLESS ! ! ! !
W don't claim to perform tnli.icles,
hut to demonstrate our ability III the
painless tooth-pulling line nc will ex
tuiet teoth FREE on Frlduj aud Sil
unlay, October Ith and 1th.
These are the. only dental parlors In
'.':.". ""' . . K ';"'"
a.-nulu aim ingreci.em ui exirsei. . m
nnd npply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teeth
and warranted for tMi years WITH- .'UlppeU and tu b- In possession of
OUT THE LEAST PAIN Ml work .tnodi'in guns. Oeneral Dluz, whoso sun
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS of 'lu;',',, " I""lent pait In last yearV
from 12 to 20 years" experience, and "VlJ,H.mB C,UWb'Bn ""'
each department In charge of a Special-1 ,t )h ,,,, mt ,1(. tluop, unj, r
1st. (live us a call, and uu will And Vietiirluuo Loienru. who were recently
ua to do exactly as we advertise. We in the lclnlty or Paiunia. huu en"ect
will tell you In advnneo exactly what id a Jumtlou with Oenerul Pntlno's
your work will cost by a FREE EX- tioops and an- now near . hurrua. on
ASUNATION. 'J' one -days Jouincy Irom Pauumi.
I'resiimablv thev ate nw-ultluir nnlui
Gold FllllnCR SI.OO
Silver FtlllnfiH 60c
Our name alone will bo a guarantee
that your work will be of the best.
NpW Vnrt Drnfn1 ParlnrC
nCTT IU1K 1IU1I4I railUIS,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
We lire now In the Automobile
Building unci lire prepiircil tu turn
the flncHt livery In town.
Bonrdcrti mite from fire, uh
the building In HIRE-PROOF.
RING US UP !
Tel. Main Ml
i Lots In Kapahulu Tract.
Lot In McCully Tract.
House and Lot on Deretanla Street
3 Cottages and Lots on King Streot
near Government Nursery.
For particulars and prices apply to
JUDD & COMPANY, LTD,
U07 Stnngenvvulcl IlullillnH.
BEARD BY CENTRAL
"Hello! Who's speaking?"
"This Is E. 0. Hall & Son."
"E. O.Hall & Son! Why, 1
thought yoi were burnt out of
and Construction Co.
Orange Cookies, Etc.
Colon, Sept Hi . Panama for a week
0; mote ims been tcritbly uusctthd.
owing tu apparently well-rounded "e
I pints that an expedition, numbeiliu
between 1.I0 and 2U men, under Ut:i
vial Diiinlngii Diaz, which hailed fio:-i
Corllitu, NlenruKiin, two weeks ago, el-
let ten a sure latiiilug al u place culled
"""-(rnanie. mty miles south ol Panama. ,
inamc olTers splendid natural racill-1
ties for resisting atlacl;, aud tho ex-
pedltlun Is said to be well aimed and1
widi the Nlciuaguan contingent under
(leiieral Diaz In order to make a coin-
blned assault upon Panama. Tho Gov ' '
eminent has dispatched .'UO Hoops lo
PANAMA 6 WORRIED
Slntnchlu station, the neatest point ndiew lltoun and wife, J, O. Ilalrd,
un the rallroud lending to Cnoiici-a, jn K. Ilalrd. William llooth. F. Cle
Fully alive to the fact that Veuezu. mints. V. II, Chandler. SIlss E. Dutot
la. Lcuador and Nicaragua ate openly V. H. Drummond. Mrs. Funk. J. FIs
Hiding the liberal, or Insurgent cause, ,,, . ,. ,.,.,,.'. ,.,,.,, .,
Hie Colombian authorities uru maklui p., l l l! I,r' ,A' ",1 "VJ: Mrs- ''
mentions eiroits to maintain somt- """'am. child und maid. Edgar Hal-
eignty by large Impiiitutluns of rltl--. t
gnus ami auiuiiiuiiiun. rney nave also
pun based In Euiope two addition U
war vessels. The Statu of Antloqui.i.
ulways patilotlcully conservative nnl
loval. has unered to Kimtilv IT.iinO imo
l1" taiMJ f nn cmeiwney. Other Stains
w 111 doubtless follow this example. The
lecent electee of tin- .Major or l'utinui.a
(enforcing military conscription h.n
i met with Hale siuechs. Three hun
dred pel sous of the prescribed ago,
i lit having Insurgent sympathies, nru
leporled missing, and the assumption
Is tliat they have Joined the Liberal-).
I The foieign warships now at Pana
ma oie the lowa.iepiesentlng the Unit-
.I'd States; .the sloop Iciiius, represent
ing Great Ilrituln, and the second-clas-i
liiulser Pi-otet, repiesentlng Fiuiu-q.
I At Colon mo the United States gun
boat Slachlus and the Flench cruiser
Siuliet. This dispatch was delay -d
py itie censor.
The Sliulpowi sailed for San Fran
cisco ut r, o'clock jesterday. The band
was In attendance to play a farewell
to thtlr lender. Captain Merger. In
.swinging away from the whaif, the,
.Mariposa's bow came uy close to n
finall row boat which was directly be-
jtween the ship's side nnd tho dock. It
looked fur a while us if there would be
tiouble but tne boatman got up some
Very speedy arllcin und pulled himself
and the boat out of a dangerous situa
tion. NEW TO-DAY
The annual stockhiildeis' meeting of
the Honolulu Stoek-yuids Co., Ltd,
will bo held at tint company's olrlco,
King stieet, Honolulu, nn Wednesday,
October ll'., 1901. nt 10 o'clock a. in.
lliiblness ot Importance requiring u
full attendance of stockholders.
JAMES F. MORtlAN.
19.19-Oct. 4, U.18;
PIONEER MILL COMPANY, LTD.
Tho second assessment of twenty
five per cent CM , ) on the new Issuo
of stock or the Pioneer Sllll Company,
Ltd., Is due und payable November t3,
1UU1, ut the olDc-ii or II. Huckfeld A
Intcicst beuilug after the (list day
of December, I9UI.
19.VJ- Oct. C, 7, 1U.
Weather Itureau, I'unaliou, October
I. Temperatuto Morning minimum,
"1: Midday maximum, 8:',
Haromctcr ut n 11. m, 30.03. Steady.
Pert Point COF.
Humidity at 9 n. in, 03 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Oc
tober I. Weather elear; wind light
Thursday, Oct, 3.
T. K. K. Nippon Mam, Greene, from
Sidir. Rnvuillanl, from Koolau port
Friday, Oct. .
Stmr. Mnuna I.oa, Slnioiwin from
Hawaii ainl Maul ports.
Thursday, Oct. 3.
I O. S. S. Miiilpns.i. H'Minlc. for Ran
Ilk. Fmiling Suey. Wllleit. fur Chile,
Str. Maul. Heimett. for Hi.v.ill port.
Str, tn-iilanl. Greene-, for K111111I p.cls.
I Str. Wnluleale, Pllt. for Kuusl ,
t S hr.
Ada. for Knual ports,
Walalua. fnr Knual ports,
Kaulkeaoull. fnr llamakiin. j
Friday. Oct. 1. !
bk. IVjIon. Wilier, for the
1 Sound. I
T. K. K. XIipon Maru, Greene, for'
the Orient. 1
SAILING TODAY. I
1 T. K. K. Nippon .Maru, (Ircene, for
j liip.ui mid China at 2 p. m.
j Str. Hnnalel, Pe-dei-n-n, for Hnna-i
niaiilu and Ahuklnl at .". p. 111. iP.issen-
geis and in.ill for Nawlllwlll.)
' PASSENGERS ARRIVED. j
. From San Francisco, per T. K. K. '
Nippon Maru. Oct. 3. Miss Mnry Ha-1
jkcr. R. II. Hood and wife, Archibald .
MacKlllop, .lames A. ltl.ilr. Huntington'
I Norton, J. V. Norton, Mrs, Anua M.
I From Hawaii and Maul ports, per
ictr. Mnuna Lon, Oct, I W. St. Johnson,
P. Schneider, Akl, W, K. Wnlamiiu,
I Sirs, W, Foster. D. Knuplko. Hattle
Pohtna, SIlss II. Ke, Sirs. E1. Hurt nnd
.1 children, .Miss I. Terry, D. P. DuboM
K. Sluraokn, R, (I. Heiidersun. Dr. J.
II. Ramond, Wong King. Kwlng Sing,
F. II. Hu)scldcn. J. Knlalna, Chas.
Cockett. Sirs. Chas. Cockett and child
; and CU on deck.
From San Francisco, per T. K. K.
, Nippon Slaru, Oct. 3 Rev. W. Axllng
ISIis. W. Axllng. Sllsh Mary Linker. A.
C. Fnlklner, O. Hnnim-r.cley. R. II
Hood, .Mrs. R ll. Hood. a. Kttiin.ura,
I Archibald SlarKlltop, l!ni.t'tiion Nor
ton, J. W. Norton, I. Osakl. Raron
Poellnltz, Sirs. Anna J' Sawvcr. T.
t'sul, Dr. .1. Yeniorl. Prlnc Theodore
Vpsllnntl; for Kola Y. Yokot.t. W,
Schynrtz, Llllenthal. Cjrus Noble. For
Shanghai-Mrs II. Derrell. J. F. O;
Edwards. Mrs. F. I.h tngstone, Rev. Q. '
A. Slyers. Sirs. 0, A. Sler und child,
1 v v.. ,v, i. in- u v"
... ... ,,, .. w evil, ID. I, ft , fcj tll,--U
Re. II. (5, Homlg. Sirs. II. (J. Homlg.
Mrs. SI. Ste ens. Rev. T. M. Thompson.
MrB M,lelm. Van llnien For I ung
.:. " '." . ,.,,' , ,,'l ' "
- r v ( linn lt liiuct ll,
A. .1. riowle, L. O. lluitner. Sirs. L. O.
Hurtner. II. Criiscman. SIlss Zoc I).
Cobbe. SIlss SI. L. Hobbs. Frank Pools
Johnson. Miss H. Landcii, Rev. R. W.
SlcCllntoik, Sirs. R. W. SUCllntock
and child. F. W. Nush. Sirs. D. Skin,
ner D. L. Snillh. Mis. I). L., Smith.
For Kntnn. per str. Iwalanl. Oct. 3
I J. H. Doll. . V. Patiiin, R. Cation, I
Mis. John Hryant
For San FrancUco,
per O. S. S.
posn. Oct. 30. F. At nod, Dr. It. W
Anderson. Prof. Iterger. If. C. Il.inows
"t"-!1'. tapt. 1). W. Ketcham. Samuel ,
'-eter. u. i. i.jueeher. .Mils .M. I;. l,y-
man. A. Lewis. Jr.. Sirs. J. W. SIcDon-
c-d. train-Is Murphy, Sr. und Sirs, Sic.
Elroy. Miss J. V. Splter. w. A. Schrnk,
-Mrs (5, Schneider. Sirs. S. SI. Swan nnd i
child, II. Studnlczka uud wife. Sirs. A.I
ll. Taileton. SIlss 11. Tinner. Jaines I. I
Torbeit and two i-.hlldreii, SIlss Wll-1 WANTED Cleilc-Til position by gen
lard, A N, Wooilrow and wife. A. A tleman of some business ability;
, i t
JAFAINhbb IN KLONDIKE
Vancouver, II. C. Sept. S.I. A new
scheme for sitpplvlng cheap labor to
the Klondike Is being cnnlecl out m
Vancouver. Today It became known
tliloiigh the olllce or United Stutes Ira
migration Inspector D. Henley, that
n Japanese cnunerv labor eiiiiinieti.i-
In Vuncouver was seciulng men to m.
noiiii nun vwirh in lint mines or til"
Ulkon. I'hien hunilred will ilennil nv
n steamer next week und It Is expec te.t ,
that 2u0 more will follow ..uilng 11 e i
following week, or ns late as them is
a icusonuhlo probuiiiiity of their get
ting In before the c- forms on the '
Tim plan on which they uio beln1;
Idled Is similar to that In vogii-)
throughout the cnnneiles. Theto Is I
one boss Japanese over thirty or 1ort
other hiboiers and tho contiacts wi-h '
these Iku-bcs are sulci. In tills lnstnne
to aveiage not moie than 1 n day po.
mun. which Is about onc-flfth of tin
wages commanded by whltn luhor lu
former yenis lu the KIoudlKe. 'Iheiu
will probably bo n big protest when
the piciposecl Innovation of Jap labor
Is made Known lu Dawson.
Philadelphia CrlcketerH Win.
Philadelphia, Sept, 21. After on 'i
the slowest afternoons of crjeket over
hfeeu lu Pliihulelphla, the eighteen
Colts ami a captuln won thu match
against Hosunciuct's team of English
frlc-keters by ISO runs. The visitor-,
wero severely handicapped by lh
number of fieliu'rs.
Rheumatism has been cured In a
multitude of cases during tho past sixty
years by PAIN-KILLER. This potent
remedy rubbed vigorously In nnd
around tho suffering parts, will relieve,
all stiffness, reduce the swelling, and
kill nil pain. The most stubborn'enses
yield to this treatment when persevere 1
In, Avoid substitutes, -thare Is but ono
Paln-Klller, Perry Davis", 25c and GOc.
Printing nt tho Bui-
Sale of - - -
October : 5
I Ads. In this column will bo Inserted
at 15 cents a line one Insertion; 23
cents two Insertions; 30 cents one
I week; 40 cents two weeks, and 60
I cents one month. Thla Is the cheapest
.advertising ever offered the people cf
3WEEDISH MASSAGE MIsh Rlna
1 loving. Island Hotel, over Orpheum,
,'UST arrived, graduate Lelpslg Con
servatory, gives piano lessons, (j
month; special attention to adult bo
glnucrs. Add. Music, this olllcc.
1 037-1 m
NOTICE TO HUNTERS (loat shoot
ing privileges for the Nnnakull lands
nro again offered to tho public.
Those wishing to seenro permits
will bo furnished with tickets Umhi
nppllcotlon nt tho ofllco of Tho Dow
sett Company, Limited. W. F. Dil
lingham, treasurer. l'JIC-lm
MISS C. KRUEGER Piano Instrue-
... ..,ll 4f ,t...nn1.. 1.1.1.. 11,1
MaUvA sti. TH. Maln 3JG.b'
- . iTT,, ; ; T
GET OUR PRICES on billiard nnd pool
tallies before buying clsowheio; sold
on easy payments. Our cushions ura
guaranteed for twenty years, nnd
are made by a new vulcanizing proc
ess. Old tables fitted with our cush
ions nro as good us new; satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded. Seo
our advertisement of ".Manager
Wanted for lawful Blot machine.
Palmer llllllard Tablo Works. Chi-, TO RENT Six room cottage on Mat-' f"me '" '"" aciciressocl to Seero
cago, Ills. 1937-2m , toclf Ave; electric lights; sanitary "J?' ,0". '' ' n; . "' ""
IF YOU HAVE a house for rent or
u'flnt tn rent n linuan .en A. R. I
niMrvr f'nllo.il.ma ,.nr..fiil.v ni.
tended to nnd promptly remitted.!
Oinco 111 Knal.unlanu street. 1893-lf ;
NOTICE TO BUILDERS Thn tllllo.l I
7. V7 T 7.77,raT.. .V,.-.r.. '
impress cu. nus v in i l. u.mj rcitv
$15.00 TO $18D0 A WEEK SALARY
for an Intelligent man or woman
In each town; permanent posltloi,;
It" cents per hour lor spare tlm'.
.Manufacturer, box 78, Philadelphia, i
AN EXPERIENCED OPERATOR on
tne S. i. tvpevvilter desires position
ns correspondent und bill cleik with
lesponslble house; dictation direct
to machine: familiar vviVi hardwuto
business; best references: salary
$".". Address SIlss IL. 504 Powell I
St.. Sun Francisco. Lai. 19.,4-lw I
bookkeeper, timekeeper, collector or
Hotel clerk; best
i tr i en in nu
ciress il iio .(Hi
I w"n V r.
WANTED A furnished house, to rent
by Ameilcnn lamlly; no children.
Address G.. thlsjoince. 19.12-lw
WANTED Position by a young lady
ns stenographer: experienced. L
IL. P. O. bo 3C3.
MANAGER WANTED In every largo
county to appoint agtnts for tho fa
mous "Oamo u" Skill" nickel slot
machine for drinks oV cigars; law
ful everywhere; takes place of nil
foi bidden slot machines. Rented ci
sold on easy paymciits. Secure ter
ritory ciulck. Palmer llllllard Table
Works. Chicago. Ills. 1937-2m
WANTED To sell Diamond nnd Opal 1
Rings, In tho latest stjles. Watches I
lepalred by n jeweler of 3.1 years'!
experience. (1. DIET., Fort street,
near Hotel. lgus-tr
ROOM AND BOAR D
THE METROPOLE, 115(1 Alukca "stf
nowly furnished rooms; elect! I','
light; terms reasonable. 19t)j-l,n
FURNISHED ROOM and board; pri
vate! bath and toilet. '. O. box
TO LET Five-room cottage, ut Cot
tage tirove, King oi. Knquirc r . i;.
King. No. 8. k 1955-tr"
HOUSE of 14 rooms Union St.. opp.
Pacific Club; Ji-room cottage, Garden
lane. M. I... Ilulletin. lli.1i;-2w
from $ 1 . !
0 to (2. Ml per
TO LET Six-room cottage on College
St., with stnblo and servnnts'
ters. Apply ifi Heretunla St.
NICELY furnished rcsim, J5 month;
private family; also front room, $lu.
t3 Vine arc) St., near Nuunmi,
TO LET Two
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
. . s. ... '
Remnant Wet It njjaln.
It never occurs hut twice ;i year here.
Never make Remnant week till we're ready
then we do it carefully forcefully make It an
event to be talked about and remembertd.
For three weeks we have been busy measuring.
up every remnant and dress length Silks to
Calicoes, Laces, Lawns, Batistes, Organdies,
Cambrics, Ginghams, Sheetings, Shirtings,
Table Linens, Ribbons to Linings nothing but
what's carefully measured yards and price on
each in plain figures ; so that you canpractic
' ally w it on yourself.
There have been no dull times in this store. The lat
half-yoar's business amounted to many thousands more than
in the corresponding period last year hence more remnants ;
and as to price well, 'these of you who attended our sale six
months ago, know what kind of prices we put on Remnants.
Those who didn t will be well paid to come In during this week.
MARSH, Ltd., 1045 Port Street.
FOR RENT Inoa- two-story house,
Just completed; hot and cold water,
electric lights; servants' quartets
and stable; Klnau near Alnpal Sti.
Apply Tel. 1P1 llluo. IQr.'j-'t
LET A ti-room house nt Knnal.i
"If .ViTr' ,1".?."ll?,,T""m 8', .U-T' '
boll blk., Fort bt.. 310. lfl.u-.'.v
FOR RENT Suven-room cottage; hot
and cold water; electric lights,
three minutes from car line. Appv
P. O. box Co. 11137-lw
TO LET House at present occupied
by Mrs. I). Center. Young street ox-
tension near McCully tract. Apply
B. F,IJIsh0p,C. Brewer & Co., Queen
- , ', . . ,
FOR RENT Two (2) stofy houses nt '
KeUnullko-pa, on Young St.. contnln-
Ine two bedrooms, narior. dining
room, kitchen, bath room nnd patent
water closet downstairs. Kaplolnni I
Estate. Ltd. 1921-tf
TO LET Newly furnished "rooms, '
mosqultu proof, terms reasonable,
Third houso above .German Ilnkery,
tort St. 1030-tf
T RENT A mosquito proof room,
II vo minutes' walk from tramcar In I
cool district; board If required; tel-1
ephono service. Address "E.." tlul
lennj 192U tf
nr en suite,
Furnished rooms, single1
suitable ror liousehrep-
lug. Inquire on premises. No,
Vlneynrd St. 19.VI-1W
nln AnMl.. fl II I. II
Apply O. II,
IFOR RENT A now house nrT Art in
slan 8t., of six rooms with all mod-
ern Improvements, bnquiro or cnas.
... i- (n...!.11'""11'
,u ntn I iiesiuenco oi ur. j. a.
SIcGrowi cor. of Rcretanta and
Richard Sts., sultnblo for doctor's
offlco or private residence. Apply
lo Dr. J. S. McOrew, Lunalllo, cor.
llackfcld, or J. T. SlcOrew, Illshop
IF jou liavo ft houso for rent, or want
to rent a houso, call on A. R. IIINDT.
office with Oulde I'ubllshlne Co..
Campbell block. Merchant St., Tel-
ephono Main 374. 1847-tf
?S5 -rrr-- !TTr
.ri cs a i r
FOR 8ALE New and sei-onil-hund
Smith Premier typewriters for sale
or rent. All mukes lepnlred. wasii
Ington Light Co.
SOME FURNITURE for sule
Address K tills nlllce.
tre bai e tw,.. ...!. .,..! If.t.i.ln
rvn n.t iiiiiuiiH"n iiwinn.ii
I, ,.ii ,i.
Address F. V,
FOR 8ALE Stelnway parlor grand
piano; perlect condition. Call on
Will B. Fisher. 1938-tf
FOR SALE Two phaetons In good
condition. Ono used only a short
i time. Address "V. X..' nullctln of
I tlco. 1922-tf
STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE Tho
"Talula." ns sho novy lies In tho har
bor. She Is n nearly new boat, lo
perfect working order, nnd has been
of Into used In towing at Kahulul
harbor. W- H. Pain.
FRESH STRAW The Union" Express
Co. has a lot of fresh rlo straw lor
LEA8E Furnished house no.v
occupied by Sirs. K. K. Pratt, No.
1081 Punchbowl St.. for two years.
Wilt bo vacant middle of next wue't.
Houso electric wired. 1945-tf
FOR LEA8E Premises on Union St.,
witn a l rentage or 242 reet and u
depth oi 70 feet. I.ong term given
without onerous conditions. Apply
to J. M. ulONSARRAT.
Rooms 20-21, Campbell block.
The-io are letters at this olllco ror
till' fldlnwlnir lnllltrtlunru In nuw...
- I .. full ..rtlannwitttu In .tin lir. .....
I .. n,iiv ,.!! fnr .m.: "Mnle"
"V. X.." "It. S.," "Emiulrer." "II. IL.
Horse and Hurry," "C. A.." "OK
"A. N.." "W. V. D" "T. A. C." "Tie
hie." "V. P.," "C. K.." "W. 11.." "T. G..'
"J. G,." ."No. 27," "X.," "W. It.," "A-. '
" T. 1). II.." "R."
The Evening Ilulletin, 75 cents per
;L IRY IS NOW
Letters received In the mull from the
Coast esterday gUe tho news of lbs
promotion of Jerry Reynolds to a cap
taincy, denial Jerry as he has been
known for several years left mercantil
,..,. .. , .
pursuits about four years ago anil went
along with Cuptaln Goodman ns mate
of tho Robert' lowers. When Cnptatu
tlooilman was retired his mate left
with hi in nnd took a course In navlea.
iinn. it nUui i.iu ...ntninntinn i.-
flir .,. ,....., nf ,.mnmi.Rinnnr nnA
, ... ,,
,"'" Kn captains papers. For a
cciiple of years he has been mate with
Captain Slcl'hall of the R. P. Rlthet
, , . i.......,, . pnnlI,llin.i
?"'' rPul "a'nl. the cnmtmind ot
"'" Ilar, "nrr- Morse offered him ho
His tunny friends In these Islands
will be ulnd to hear of Caiitnln Rev
,u,IllR' K"'l fortune In getting a ship of
his own but muny of them will miss
his frecpieut visits to port as tha
J!iirsi Is not In the Island trade.
A $6150 CONSCIENCE
New York. Sent. 50. A special to
tho Sun from Washington says: Thci
largest contribution to tho "conscience
fund that has been received by th.i
Treasury Department for many years
-......, ,,. .... ... .. ...... ....,, ,- ,.-
teniber 2Mb, and contained Xiitsu tn
bills of denominations ranging from
)50 to J.'OO. Incidentally, this was
'probably tho largest amount of cash
()Vl,r K,.llt through the malls without
The communication Inclosed was hi
the handwriting ot an old mun. ap
parently In lecble health, and ron 1
us follows; "After much thought I
hnvo been convinced that duties wow
'not fully paid as desired. The dllTei
enco is estimated at about 2 per ten'.
The wish now' Is to rectify what wua
'done during some y;ars ago, and nn
.nniount Is being sent which It Is feit
'must ' paid to tho United States of
Ameilca Treasury to il schnrge tlii-sn
duties and do right. Above lins been
,n great grief."
I No name wus signed to this com-
The Chronicle has the following tn
say of he Mariposa: Upon her return
tn Sun Francisco, tho SInrlposa will he
laid u)i for several months fnr nn ex
tensive overhauling and to' be fitted
with triple-expansion engines. The
Alameda, whll-h has beenpyerhauled
ut the Rlsdon Iron Works," will hn
ready to sail October 12th In place of
the Mariposa on the next regular trip
to Honolulu, and will be under a guar
nntee in maintain u spc.-d of fifteen
knots. Mechanics who huvo been en
gaged In placetng her new bollra In
position say thut the Alameda will be
uble to make seventeen knots u speed
which, if It could be maintained, would
cover the distance between this port
nud Honolulu In n trifle over five days.
Sulwril.c. fc.ri (lie VKKKl.Y
nrUKTI.Y. onlv 1 per nullum.
LILLIPUTIAN OPERA COM'NY
POSITIVELY THE LAST TWO
NIQH18 OF TnE FmVOR-
To-morrow (Saturday) and flon
day Evenlnjc next,
The Sparkling Military, Musical
"THE GAIETY GIRL"
There will bo no performance: to
The management beg to announce
that hereafter tho following prices will
Orchestra and uress Circle, ,., $1.00
Family Circle Vt
Gallery , .50
Hexes 61'J.OO, $10.00, $8.00.
The llox Plan now open nt Wall,
KIcAoIb Co., where seats can bo had.
SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND
EVENING, OCT. 5th. ,
"THE GAIETY GIRL."
Doors open for mntlnco nt 1:30; per-formanc-c'i
b(i-lnH nt '1 lmm i?hllirmi
lone-hnlf prlco to all parts of thu
65 Queen St.
Lease of Waterfront
ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5,
AT U O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, C5 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction tho lease
of property on Queen street, ne.ar the
corner or Maunakea street.
Property has a frontage ot 31 foot
on Queen street and a depth of from
141 to 119 fret with a rear boundary
or B3 2-12 feet.
Lease has 23 years to run from July
1st. 1901, nt a monthly rcntnl of $"!.
This property faces Ibu new whnrcs
soon to bo erected on the end of Queen
Further particulars at my ofllco.
Jas. F. Morgan.
MR. C. J. LUDWIGSEN
On Saturday, October lfth
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
nt my salesroom. CI Queen street, I
will sell nt Public Auction, tho ele
gant homestead of Sir. C. J. LuiIwIb
sen, situated ou the corner or LUNA
LILO and KEBAUSIOKU streets.
Thu property faces 200 feet on Lu
nalllo street, 180 feet on KeenumoU-j
street and 200 fecjt on .Matlock street.
Grounds are well cultivated nnl
nkely kept. . .
Ijirgo new dwelling houso contains
parlor and sitting room, dining mil
sowing room, kitchen, pantry, etc.
Upstairs four spacious bediooins,
...I,,. ..in.i.uu'.ir.uoiM nnd bath.
Willi uuei"-"""-'- - ,.,, ,i.
Servants quarters on nic-h" """'
n.. nnnnrinnitv to obtain one ot
the nicest residences In Honolulu.
For further particulars apply to
Jas. F. Morgan,
65 Queen St.