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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T.. SATCnDAY, OCTOnER 5, 1901. '
Oceanic Steamship Company ,
The steamers of this line will nrrho and leave this port as hereunder:
MOM 8AN FRANCISCO.
SlKtlllA OCT. n
ALAMEDA OCT. 19
SONOMA OCT. 11
ALAMEDA ,.... .NOV. 9
VENTUILV NOV. 20
In ronnection with the snlllng of the nbovb steamers, the agents are pru
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from Now
York hy any steamship line to all Kmopean ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS! APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
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.
PERU OCT. 12
COPTIC OCT. 22
AMERICA MARU OCT. 10
PEKING NOV. 7
CJAELIC NOV. 14
IIONOKONO MARU NOV. 25
CHINA NOV. JO
DORIC . , DEC. 10
NIPPON MARU DEC. IS
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. S. S. CO.
H. HACKF1BLO & CO, LTO. AGENTS,
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of thu ahoo line, running In connection wltu the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. uctwei-n itincouver II C. and Sydney. N.S.A'..
and calling at Victoria, 11. C. Honolulu and Urlsbane, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below "stated, viz.:
From Vancouver an., Victoria, B. C.
(For Urlsbane and Sydney.)
AORANOI OCT. 2'!
MOANA NOV. 2.!
MIOWERA i. ...DEC. 21
MOANA JAN. 15
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada. United States and
Europe,. Tor Freight and Passage, r.nd all general Information, apply to
Thco. H.DavIc8&Co.,Ltd., Gcn'l Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
B.S.AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, Sailed.
6. S.HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to tall to sail Oct. 15.
S.S.CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, sailed from NEW YORK June 16; will
had at PUGET SOUND about SEPT. 1 for HAWAIIAN PORTS.
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South Urookljn at
all times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
ACROSS 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 Can, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reeding Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J H. LOTHROP, General Agent.
13S Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent.
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
I. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
Honolulu Rapid Transit
and Land Company.
School Children's Tickets
Half faro, school children's tickets
may bo purchased from tho lonductora
on tho cars, or nt the (ompan'H olllco
on Alapal street. These will bo good
for the transportation of school chil
dren up to 17 yeais of 'ago In goliif
to und coming fiom school, between
the hours of 7:30 and 9:30 n. m , an I
1 nntl 2 30 p. ni. ou tegular iichool
C. C. Bailentyne.
Mgr II. R. 1 K L. Co
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
The Evcnlug Dulletln,
11 cents per
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA OCT. 2
SONOMA OCT. S
ALAMEDA OCT. 2.1
VENTURA OCT. 29
ALAMEDA NOV. 19
SIERRA NOV. 19
ALAMEDA DEC. 4
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
AMERICA MARL" '. OCT.
IIONOKONO M'AItU NOV.
NIPPON MARU NOV.
h rom Sydney and Brisbane.
(lor Victoria and Vancouver, II. C.)
MOANA OCT. 2J
MIOWERA NOV. 20
AOnANOl DEC. IK
YOU CAN DO IT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 $U.
Heiolnli Office, 315 Fort St.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for jour message
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
HI'S ,1. 6 !.!
!t til 10 .J, lljlt I
Cars leave Waikikt lor town alS jt. 6 m. 6 A M
ani every it minutes thereafter II I 104, iijit anJ
11 ji pm, irom wAkiki go tome i-unanoti aiancs.
Cart Icavt R Range 01 Pawaa twitch lor town at
4. 11A M. and every 11 minutes thtiealter till 11 otP.M
Cars leave Fort ani King streets corner lor Patama
at 6 10 AM. and every 1 minutes alter till lis)
Cars leave lor Palama cmly at 1 ana s )o A M
Lars leave Patama tor Walktkf 3 4) A M, and every
15 minutes till o 4$ P then at 10 is an4 10 4 P.M
The it MP M Irom Palama tor Punahuu only goes
to Wulklklon Saturdays
Cars leave Tort and Klne streets corner lot Hlfle
Ranfie at 5 10 ani IMAM
iars leave 1 on anj King streets corner ror waiKitct
at 6 os A M. ani evety tj minutes till 10 oP M then al
OS A M. and evety tjt minutes till 10 qjP M then al
5 and 1101PM. The 11 II P.M. goes to Walklkl
to IS ana 11 05 p
BERETAMA STREET AND I 'MMMJ VAUI Y
Cars leave Punahuu SteHe.l Town at 1 1. and
tor ron nJ Vllry t 5 40 S J"
o so 6 40 1 and
Cariltatvt OahjColtcirt for to. ii Valtry at
6 jo 6 50 ni f 10 A M anJ eer iu mil. ? till 10 10
pm except in en nour tru narr, nour ir wnicn
run (rum tht StaM
Ctthleavff Nuuiitu Vatley t6 10 6 10 6 30 A.M and
very 10 rolnule thcreattrr till 10 so h.m
far leav lurt ani Queen ktrteU fur, Punahou
Collega at 6 05 6 aj 6 j a m an4 every iu minutes
aiivr 1111 9 4) r m nnr inai tnc cars run mine
Stable up ton sop.m, which Uthelaitcar Irom Tuwn,
reaching the Stat-le at u ioPM.
O. R. & L. Co.
1'ioin and after January 1, 1S99.
'TATIONS .uttv IIUIY
' (UuuatJ) et. Sun haily ex. Sun will mm
A .VI, A Al. A M l-.M r Al
I ix Mill
IIAIIY IKII1 lUllI
A Vt P At P M.
1 la . t 0
t 10 II!
,,, S M T II I OS 4 IS
. 6l 8 0 t JO 4 SI
. r in 8 IS 1 OS S 16
(len'l Tush. & Ticket Agt-
r C SMITH
O. 1'. DUNISON, Superintendent
The Hawaiian Realty and
Maturity a... Ltd.
Oeneral Agents for
The New Hampshire Fire Insurance
r of Manchester, N. H.
ASSETS $3,367,026 27
Dealers In Real Estate, Loans, Mort
gages and Kk.
Rooms .1 and 4, .Mclnt)ri" Ilutldlnr,
Phone, Main 141. P O. Hov 2C2.
NOTICE TO AGENTS TO GRANT
Notice Is hen by given that all Con.
missions to Agent to Orant Murrlngo
Licenses which weie Issi.ed prior to
Juno 14, l!'(io, will he revoked and be
come null and void on and after No
umber lKth, ij.oi.
Intending applicants will address
their applications to the Superintend
cut of Public Instruction
WM. II. WltlOHT,
Treasurer of the Territory of
Tieasurer's office, Honolulu, Octo
ber 3. 1901. lSUS'lt
In accordance with the provisions of
"Act 39. Session Laws UPS, Part 3,"
relating to "Public Accountants nil I
accounting for too collection and pay
ment of public monejs," public ac
countants In Honolulu art directed tt,
pay weekly Into the Treasury all mon
ejs collected or rectlwd by them on
account of recnue, and not Intor thui
tint tenth dny after the expiration cf
each month to transmit to th Auditor
a sworn statement of such eolb'ctloiw,
In the form of Schedule 12, Public Ac
countant out of Honolulu to pay
monthly to the Trcnsury and to send
their sworn statements to th Audlror
not later than the fourteenth day uftor
the expiration of each month
Any fanure or m-glect to conform 'o
these regulations will render thu elo
llmpicut Public- Accountant liable) to
the penult) pii'scilbeil bj 'Section .14,
Pail I," of the Act (pioted above;.
II C. AUSTIN,
WM. II. WltlOHT,
Tieasurei of the T-rrltor) "f
Honolulu. T. II.. Oct. 2 1901
OMco of the Hoard of Health,
Honolulu. Oct 2, 1D01.
At n meeting of the Hoard of Health
held October 2. ll'ul. Sections 7, 8 unl
19 of "Amendments 'to Pltiniblng Regit
llatlons of tlie Hoard of Hialth for Ho
nolulu Districts," were amended to
mill ns follows:
Section 7. The ttrin house sewer Is
I hi 1 e iim-cI to tlcHlgnate that part of tin
drain bctucen the seer or cesspool
Iniid to within five fict of nny bulldln.r.
jl shull not be less than foul luches
or mole than Inches In diameter,
and mil be of cast Iron plpo or salt
glazed ltrlllcd sew it pipit, und phail
be laid to a true grmle. Changes In
dliectloii fhall be made by "V"
brnniltes mid bends If ltrifled pip)
Is used it shall haw u mil of at b lib!
un-iuailer of an imh to the foot, thu
Joints shall be made of uiortur com
posed of qual parts of Portland Co
nn nt and tlran-sereencd sand, sali
Joints to be cox-red with cloth in lay
ing; a dlsl. entirely tilling thu plii)
shall bu Kept in the pipe and drawn
foivtard ns each length Is laid, and It
shall litue a fall of not Ie,s than threo
slxtei nths of an Imh to tho foot. Thcio
shall be no obstruction to the free (low
of air In the house sewer when con
nected with the public sewer
Hi 1 Hon s, the term house drain 1
he le used to designate tnat part of tho
drain under thu first Hour of the build
ing ami extending Ami fe t outsldo of
tlio walls of the building Tho houso
dinln shall be of Iron pip'; nut Inn
can four Indus In diameter und shall
hnvu a full of not less than IMG of an
Inch to the foot. In buildings of over
leur storks In height the grade of cast
lion pipe commercial!) known as KK
TRA HEAVY shnll be used It shall
I lie sectliely I lolled to walls 01 laid 111
tienihesdif uniform grade or suspenl-
ed to lloor timbers b) strum; Iron
banners as the I'lunibluK Inspector
iua illicit. The house drain must b,i
(ontlniuil unobstructed ami umliuiin
It lied In size, to nt least two fet t ahoo
the hlRhest linn of the roof, and the
open 1 nil must be nt Wast ten feel
lioin any openinK In the Imllrllnp and
Irom any adJolnlnRiulldlnt.'.
Hitlon 9. The tenn Mill plpo is
hue ustd to tlcslRnate tho MTtltuI
pipe to which one or morn water clos-
I'll, Itlltl lltllt I IIAIUK'P Ut- I IllltlC'CC, 11.
It shall be of Iron pipe not lebs th.nl
four Inches In dlunieter, and If of tast
lion. In liullilliiKS of over four stories
In height shall be of LX'i UA 1II:AVY
MHilc It shuU be contlliuecl lincib
ft 1 u toil nntl undiminished In tin
tlnouiili the mof, tho sumo its til"
limiso dinln llniiznntnl soil nnd
wiihte pipes nie piohihltid, A who
Kiiard shall bu put nt tho top of the
soil pi pp II C. 81.0(1012 TT.
I'icsldeut Hoard of Health.
Attest: C CHAItl.OCK.
Secrctnr) Hoard of Health,
Instruments Filed for Record Octo
ber 4, 1901,
J. W. K. Lclelnl et nl. Ah Sang..D.
Ah Sang W. Ah Chee i).
J, V. Pimento Ah Chee L.
W. Ah Chee II. llackield & Co.
T. Kat Poo and wife Wing Wo
Chan & Co D.
M. 0. Sllva Mrs. M. A. Eans ,D.
Wahlawa Sugar .o. O. Oalbralth..
Chin Mon Dart Chin Tlau Mon. IKS
C. M. Cookc. Ltd. W. C. Achl .
Instruments Filed for Record Octo
ber 5, 1901.
W. P. McDoilgall et al. J. da Cos
ta Amorlm D.
J. da C, Amorlm F. O. Correla .
W. R. Castle, tr. M. (1. Sllva. .AM.
W. II. Castle, tr. M. O. Sllva. AM
L. K. Keola A, P. do Nobraga l.
Recorded September 24, 1901.
Mrs. II. Ares to II. Hnckfeld ft
Co.. Ltd.; lease, Kills. IS7S, 7S, iJJli
nntl wnter rights, Knuaula alley. Lt
hnlmi, Maul; ten years nt t" ilool:
21'S. mge 151. Dated September U.
Sun Choy Sing Co. to Chun Chin:
lease; plere land, Ueretanla street, Ho
nolulii, Oahu; thlrt eight mr it
$180. HooK 228, page ll'.t D.ited Au
gust 2S, l'jilj.
A S. Wilcox to T S Soewoj
lease; portion It. P. i,4i',l Kill. .Vi;
Hnnnlel, Knual, fifteen enrs at $2.".,
Hook 228, page 1 K. Dated August SI
Recorded September 26, 1901,
1). Kawahlnekoa rend. wife to II. 1'.
Baldwin: deed: R. P. 4.W. Kill. 72Su.
Kamooujl, lloniikohau, Maul; $1 HooK
25. page 317. Dated August 2). I'jOI
Katitolanl Lstate. Limited, to .Mann
A. Roza; lease; piece laml, Auwaloli-
mil. Honolulu, Oahu; 11 enrs S
months 15 lns at $10 per annum.
Hook 228, page 152. Dated Jumiui-V
John de PYi-ltas and wife to guar
dian of Thus. i:. Rlihaidson; mort
gage; portion Grant 3328. Kuluokalum,
Honolulu, Oahu; ") Hook Zil, page
134. Dated September 21, 19U1.
Recorded September 27, 1901.
Mrs. Sarah Kalamn to A. M, Hronn,
lease; piece land, Vim-yard street. Ho
nolulii, Oahu, 15 j ears at lib". Hoo1:
228, page 15". Dated Jul) 2. Kni,
Recorded September 30, 1901.
R. Ccxkctt and husbnuil to Hotigwi
ngl; deed; plecn laml, Qa, WnlluKil,
Maul; $750. Hook 2J". liage 321. Dat
cd September 12, l'.iul.
A. M. Lnldelra and wife to Jose tin
Santos; deed: 2 42-100 aim lani.
Kaunakiiliia. Ilaniakiialoa, Maul; J..'i.
Hook 2J3. pngu 322. Dated Septembsi
A. N. Haselilen to B. Keawe;
deed; piece laml, Kahakuloa. Maui:
$.100. Hook 225, page 323. Dated Apt II
Wong Kwai to llymnn Hrothers.
chattel mortgage; three leaseholds
buildings, IUc stork, etc.. Punaluu
Koulaiiloa, Oahu; $2')io. Rook 22C,
page 40 1. Dated Kebruary 23. 19'U.
William Hopenu and wife to M Va
nagthaia; lease; piece laud. Maul, 'J
years at $' per month. Honk 2JS. pago
ISO. Dated September II, 19'H.
Mauna Coffeo Plantation to W. '
Sawjer. trusteo; mortgage; lots 117.
148. 119. 1..II. 1711. 171, U2. 17S. l.h
and 177, Olaa, Pitna. Hawaii; 297
shares Olaa District Mill Co ; $J.'..onO
Rook 227, pago 141, Dated September
J, Loo to J. i:mmelutli: ileeti; por
tion R. P. 3i20J, Kill. 107. King ami
Kckaiillko streets, Honolulu. Oahu;
$3000, etc. Hook 225, page 22L Dato.1
September 27. 1901.
Wonir Kwnl to Ihiuan Hrothen:
chattel mortgage; leasehold, buildings,
crops, etc., Hnnnlel, Knual; J.l.i,)
Hook 22H. pago 408. Dated i-eoiuuiy
!3, ISiiI. "
Recorded October 1, 1901.
XIaonnliilu Company to S. Slmadf
power of attorney; special power..
Hook 221, p-igo 3li;. Dated august 22.
Kunnci Company to I.aupahoehoe Su
gar Company: ngieeineiit, to plant nun
sell cane on It. l iii. imii. 4"i-. .
HIIo. Hawaii. Hook 221. page Sis
Dated March 1. 190".
The rOKitlar monthly business meet
ItiR of the Y. I. S. C 12. was held In thu
parlors of Central I'nlon church last
jM'nlnK. There was a eiy large at.
tendance of the menihprs. C. II. Trie)
presided nnd Miss I'aty. as secretary
recoulcd the business clone. 1 ne re
ports of the nrlous committees sho v
til good progress. The treusurer ant
ed that there was a baliime uf $13.1
In tho treasury, exclusive of the Set ;i
A number of applications for nit-m-bcrshlp
were voted on. William ilU
Lr ind I. O. Ackerman were ele-t-.l
ntsoclnte members and HiIkiii Yo iiiir.
Havvtiid I'rlncn. John MoKeuzle ati4
Jt nt ti Kli'rnth were cmullcd ns actlw
The corrcspondlni; secietur) rei 1 t
d tho receipt of a letter fiom Mr. (i
timi. now In Oimtn. acknowledKlnR the
receipt of a iimtrllmtlon sent by the
roclcty as a meuns of helping out ilie
Christian woik on the Ishintl
voted that tho sot let) send a ChrUtiiM
box to (ilium.
The chairman of one of the commit
ttes was Instructed to appoint font
persons to ait as u committee on
KlrauRcs, two to stand at the door and
two In the hallway of chuuh at th
XiiMla) evening- meetltiKS for thu uui
pose of wchomlns the stiitngeiat.
0RDIJR8 TO MILITARY
Tho following order wits Issued fiom
the headquarters of thu National
Honolulu, II. I., Oct. 4. '901.
General Hcadtpiaitcrs, Adjutant (leu-
eral's Office, Honolulu, i-'erlt tuber
(leeural Onlets, No. 2.'.
Tho o 111 1 oik of the Nutlouiil Glial it cf
Hawaii, when In attnlforni. will wjr
the mllitnr) lmlno of moiirnlu m 1 1! 11
rc-Klmental colors will be cliiipetl for
thirty chijs, In testliuoii) of 1 r),vt It
the menior) of the lute Will i"i Mi-
Klllley, J'resltltnt of the Unit Ml State 1
Hy nuler of the comnuiiiilei In -ilef,
(Slsnitl) JOHN II. .SOI'i:it
The Evening Dulletln, 75 cents per
(Continued from page 1.)
dissolution of the Hebrew- confederne).
No ni.in that reads the proverbs of
Solomon run doubt that he knew what
wisdom wns. Hut no man who reaili
the stor) of his life can believe that In
nny true sense he was himself wise. It
l not enniighf, then to know wisdom,
or even to love wisdom; whnt Is need
ed Is to be wise both to know and tu
do what Is best. Knowledge, then, Is
not wNcloui. Tho scholars who die
ns it result of debauchery, may have
knowleclKe, hut no wisdom,
llurr had knowledge, but no wisdom,
Iljion, Shelley, I'oe all had know I
edge, hut no wlrdom. On the other
hand, Washington, Lincoln, MrKtnle-y,
had hut little knowledge, speaking 11 (
tM' the fashion of schools, hut they hud
event wisdom Knowledge Is 11 vnlil
nble possession, but wisdom tells )oil
wh it to do about It A reitalu amount
of knowledge Is necessnr) to ever) one
Without this, man Is at a great dls.id
vantage, even In the orillnarj pursuits
of life. The common sense legislation
of the day requires all children to at
tend school ling enough to get this
iibaoliitcly neceasur) amount uf knowl
edge. Hut whether It be Invention, cre
ation. Inspiration, or at cumulation, the
wise man does not ucci"isiirllv do whnt
he thinks Is best In Itself, but what,
being good, he can do best, llettcr be
a good blarksmlth than a poor lavv)er
or hii Indifferent preacher; better pro
duce wealth nnd accumulate It than
write n' worthless book; better, In
I hurt, have a heart of wis loin and
know- what one tab do best than then
do It. Daniel Webster wns n great law-
)er, at the heiul of the American bar;
great orator ami statesman, the Itad-
et 111 the united states .senate in a
period distinguished for storm) dis
cussion, nnd the Investigation of pro
found principles. He win wise In
chousing to he what he wns. As n
business man, Judging from the way he
londtiited his own affairs, he would
probably have been obliged to make an
assignment foi the horn fit of lit credl
tins at least once a )enr.
'I he oralnr continued lo db-c nurse cm
the hunting for wealth, w'lltli without
fenerous Ideals became an Ignoble pur-
sulti unit on the ciualltv of thought.
It Is the w Idenlng of the mind .mil soul.
of the intellectual nnd spiritual fatui
ties, and not simp!) the development
of bone nnd muscle, wlilth contributes
leal growth ami transforms the child
Into a man. It Is this which make 4
him tingellc In action ami god-like In
iippenrunte. Ami the force upon
whlih we must lily foi this pioccss of
tinusformatlon are the- twin sisters,
education nnd lellglon. They do not
necessarily work together through the
Fame ngenc), for the ( hurt li and the
school tue two distinct Institutions. It
Is not the business of the churili to
teach human learning, but to pre'
claim tho gospel. It U not the business
of the school and tollege to proclaim
the gospel, but to acquire r.nd tench
I umnn learning. Yet the church Is not
on that account to clothe lts-lf In the
rarmeiits of illiteracy, nor breathe an
utmoiphere of Ignorance; neither Is
the school to become agnostic mil
breathe only the air of unlit Ilef.
Dr. lllnghiim ami Principal S. 1.
I'rench performed the ceieinoii) of lay
lug the corner stone "well and. trul).'
students giving thu college .veil us an
A metallic box placed In the cavity
contained United States .anil Hawaiian
coins ami postage stamps. 11 specimen
Hawaiian $1000 bond, topics of all p.i'
pets nnd periodicals Issued In the Ter
iltory, etc., together with 11 dee lain
Hon of contents signed bv .1 II. Atber
Ion, A. M. Smith ami W It Castle.
A, II. Wood, a member of the Hoard
of IMucntlon, delivered an iiddiess. He
said that body hud no Jurisdiction over
the Puliation Institutions, but their
alms were lilentli.il. In closing lie
said: Mr. Richard Armstrong, who, In
18m, drew up and proposed an act re
modelling the Department of Public
Instruction of Hawaii and who was
president for u perlotl of thirteen )enrs.
unite in his Journal: "If I know my
heart. I wish In this nfflee to honor
Clod In laboring for the good of th
rising generations." This Is a purpnso
which we may well take as our own.
"America" was sung, the assemblage)
standing, and then Dr. Itlngbum com
eluded the exercises with the bene
Those who appreciate the
class of photographic work
MISS CAROLINE HASKINS
are cordially invited to inspect
specimens of her skill in her
reception roorii at the rear of
Art Store and
120 Hotel St
8BATTLH YACHTING RIVALRY.
Seattle, Sept. 23, Hit ween two
brothers Kred S, and Charles L. Stlm
.on wedl known California million
aire lumber manufacturers, there exist
the (lore est rivalry In yachting matters.
In order to settle the question of tlm
respective merits of yachts owned by
the brothers a race has been scheduled
fur Thuisday In the Straits of Fura
over a twenty-five mile lourse, Tho
affair Is exciting the greatest Interest
imnng )itchtsnien and sue let) iieoplo.
Chin Inn StlniMin owns the OI)mplc,
until this season the pride of the Se
nttlt) licet of yachts, Last winter, hnvv
ever, I'red S, Stlmson built the sehnnn
pi- )acht llnnltn, one of the finest
uc lit h on the I '.it I lie coast In trials
between tho ynclitb the Ilonlta hns win
cveiy nice tills season Not satisfied,
however, Charles Stlmson has dial
If until his brother to another rare,
(ot wlilth a silken pennant bus been
ofTeie tl b) admiring filcnds.
The Bulletin, 75 cents pir month.
s DARTING HE, AD PAINS
robujot ill th liiuref iirltir and rnk every msment a hideous nlthtmare of
pain. It you titter with hMdaehes, hera la tood ne t lor you Oss er a Micle Heal,
acha Wifera atop h-adactieilrom any causa In JO minuies They don t alrnoly iamt
anthallcure.butabsolutelyroutandbsnUhth pain. " ""
Llatenl I have us J your MaH' Headache Waters t'ror-f (air yearl and lomd
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A. T. HACBNKAMP. Mannder.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coallnga
Fields of California.
I'roven oil lniuls, eompli tely sur
rounded by as rich oil producing wells
as there aro In the State, jleldlug from
20 to 2u0 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at tho Coal
lnga wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With tweuty-flvi) producing wells of
lm) barrels each per day, you can
makO jour own calculation as .tu
Ahc oil Industry of California Is In
its Infancy, )ct many fortunes have
been made by Judicious and lucky In
vestments In oil stock. Many mora
will be mndc In tho near future.
The average advance on original
sales of nil stock In twenty lending
companies In California has been
from Jl tu 1108 per share.
Oil lands have advanced from $1.25
to Jl.oiiO and $2,000 per acre.
When tho Taclflo I'nlon Oil Com
pany has n number of producing wells
on Its property, its stock will have
tho same show for even a greater ml
vance, ns Mime oil stock has advanced
from II to Jl.uiio per share.
The racllle union Oil Company nis
no salaried ollleers, and is controlled
by well known gentlemen of Integrity,
who will see tnat the money derived
from thu sale of stock will bo legiti
mately np pi letl to tho development of
Its property. .
For further Information, apply to .1.
11. KISHKIl & CO.. Stock and Bond
Urokers, anil Hawaiian agents for tho
salo of a limited amount of Pacific
Union Oil Company stock. Stangon
wald building. Merchant street.
JUDD & CO., Ltd
307 Stangenwald Building.
Ale tho agents for tho following Oil
ItOCKi:. I.Kit Oil, CO., selling nt
t0 cents tier share.
occmn.NTAi. on. co.
plan), selling at 20
sri.i'iiuit ciu:i:k mjhuicatini!
Oil, CO., selling ut 10 cents per
i:i. iii:Y olla CO, nt IS cents per
Oil Stocks pay on nn nicrngc as good
as sugar plantations; somo of them arj
known to pay CO per cent a year. Now
Is the time to buy, befotej tho price?
nro raised. Tho ubovo companies am
bona tide ernes, ami not "w lldcata."
Circulars mailed on application.
JUDD & CO., Ltd
P. O. BOX NO. 667.
The Honolulu Creamery, Ltd
King Street near South,
arc prepared to furnish
PURt FRESH CREAM
ill quantities to suit delivered to any
part of tho illy. Prices on appllca
Hon, Terms net enh,
TELEPHONE MAIN 216.
V.l.Vli tf.1 H J, 1 1 iVJ
Stuujard lemedi lor Gleet,
Conorrhcra and RunnlflQi
IN 48 HOURS. Cures Kid-
nil and Bladder IrouDiei.
Thy xti poiltlvely helpful lo nr
a box ( wf timsi 11 many In th 25c tU
At the entraevx
to the FauacKoi
lao Vallev. axi
easy icotss ti
volcano In lbs
He id quart:
for Tourists ani
ISLAND OF MAUI.
All bills due V. W. Wright' car
riage manufactory will be collected ay
S. Decker or Wm. Keruandes; any ott
er receipts given by any one will ti
bo recognized by me.
w. w. witir.iir.
ISr.-Scpt. 18. 20. 21. 21. 26. 2tJ
Oct. 1. 3. S.
No person Is allow ed to enter li
tre spans on the premises of the un
dersigned, situate at Moanalua, Kosl.
Oahu. nfter 9 p. in., without permli
slein. All found thereon after mJ
time nightly will be prosccntcil ts
the full limit or the law.
18J0-U K.VOXU YICK CO.
TENDERS TO PURCHASE.
Tho undersigned will recedre LlJr
up to 12 o'clock Saturday, October IT
for tho purchase of the property n
effects of tho Honolulu Htneb-yarlr.
Company, either as a wholo or In pari.
rroperty Includes line corner latin
South and King-streets.
Horses, Mules nntl Cnrnages, OJIior
rurnlture. etc., etc-.
Send bids to olllco of Jns. K. Mor
gan, t!5 Queen street, where InTtt
tory can bo seen.
JAS. K. MOIU..W.
C. A. IlICll I
SALE OF SEAT IN HONOLULU
8TOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE.
Tho undersigned will recelvi of
fers to purchasu the seat of C J.
Kalk. I;sn , as n member or the Ho
nolulu Stock nnd llond Exchange.
Membership In trie Exchange en
titles thu holder to an Insurance. x
Sale subject to confirmation by tin
Further particulars of tho nndrr
signed, to whom offers to. purthv.3
should bo addressed prior In Wn' no
day, October 10. 1901.
JAS. P. MOltOAN.
President Honolulu Stock and lV)n.t
Exchange. 19SG Jt
PIONEER MILL COMPANY, LTD.
Tho second assessment of twrnt-
live per cent (25 ) on tho new Issvs
of stock of tho Pioneer MI1J Compsnr.
I.ttl. is cine nun pn)aiuo rsovemuer u.
1901, at the olllto of II. llarkfrld I.
Interest bearing after the first dir
of December 1901.
1959-Oct. 5. 7, 10.
Madame A. SchoellUpf,
WILL TEACH FRENCH
In classes or private lessons.
Residence Extension of Hotel
cpp. Adventlst Church.
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER
will receive n limited number of pupil
Term commenting on and after Sen
te mhir 25th.
102) Ileletanla St
Siilwiil.cnto tho J.n.l.KTLN
not iwpivhij: their papers liroinptly
w ill confer n favor bv notifying the
I3iiincMi OtUce; TephoiiP 250.
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