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EVBKINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T., 8ATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, tSOl.
HEARD BY CENTRAL
"Hello! Who's speaking?"
, "This Is E. 0. Hall & Son."
"E.0. Hall&SoHl Why, I
thought yon were burnt out of
65 Queen St.
,myPy,"WK I y,nyrw-r-Ti " i"'- J,'p v, - -
WHITNEY MARSH, LTD.
Saturday, October IK,
Schr. Hubert II. Ulml. Iluliiiigscu. 25
days from Tort Gamble.
Stmr. Kluau, Freeman, horn II lb.
Friday, October 4.
.Stin r. llaualot, Pedorsou, for liana
uiaulu and Ahuklnl; , p. 111.
Rcbr, Mol Wahltie, tor Island ports.
Am. schr. William 11, Smith. Smith,
for tho Sound.
Sale of - - -
Remnant Week again.
It never occurs but twice 11 ye.tr here.
Never make Remnant wetk till ,we're ready
then we do It carefully forcefully make it an
event to "he talked about and remembered.
Out of business? Nut by n Jug full. Wo haw bought out
the Pacific Cycle Co., not iluor to Elders', ntul lmi Just re
ceived 150 Columbia, Cleveland utiil ltumlilor Blescles, besl.loi
n full lino of shelf hnrJwnie. Things look llko n lurgo-rlzed
beehive down hero, ami wo want oii to ioiiiu nroonil to see in.
M'KIEY WAS NOT
E. O. HALL & SON,
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Go.
ROOMS 50S, 509, 510 STANGKNWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 7
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and Re
ports made, for nny class of Waterworks, Steam ami Klectrlc Construction;
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Picpnred, and Constriction Superin
tended, In all branches of. Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
road?, Klectrlc and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Founda
tions, Piers,' Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Report 0.
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO. M. AM. Soc C. H.,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR.. Secretary and Treasurer.
Something Fop You !
Everybody liken good things to oat nnd It's our business to sell thorn
Wo havo Just opened a lino assortment of couklcs and biscuits, Including
Hjnif of tin' following hinds:
C. J. DAY &CO.
No More Dread
ofthe Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ADSOLFTELY WITHOIT PAIN' by
our late sclenttflr method applied to tbf
gums. No sleep-producing agents of
These are the only dental parlors 111
Honolulu having PATENTED API'M.
ANCE3 and Ingreillents to etwct. fill
and apply gold clowns and porcelain
crowns undettecaldo from tutural teeth
and warranted for ten yeurs. WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
don" by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 yenis' experience, and
each department In charge of a Special
1st. (live us a call, and you will Hnd."uul '""'" """ W Ulemcu.
us to do exactly as we acUortUe. Wf
will tell you In nclvann" e.a. tly uhajl
your work will cost by a KHl.'K EX
Set Teeth SB 00
Gold Crowns $5.00
Gold UlltlmlR $1.00
Silver FMIn 50c
Our nanio alone will be a guarantei
that your work will bo of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Ellle Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
We lire now In the Automobile
Uullcllng and lire prcpn red to turn
the fluent livery In lunn,
BonrderH Hiife from fire, oh
the bullcllnii In I'IRU-PUOOU.
RING US UP !
Tel. Main 301
3 Lots In Kapahulu Tract.
Lot In McCully Tract.
House and Lot on Beretanla Street
3 Cottages and Lots on King Street
near Government Nursery.
For particulars and prices apply to
JUDD & COMPANY, LTD.
HOT Stimjjcnwolcl HullcllnjJ.
f W akM
Orange Ccoklet, Etc.
HIS SECOND VISIT.
More thnn'n qiiuilur of a irnturv I
ago Captain Siiuoimllcb. then u youm;
iiiiiti, was hero as n sailor In the (lor-
Z aniVVa's'iici t.'.ho "soa'arh-
In' !! 1' "Ca " , lSa o, u U. . ', !
In the line (iorimin ship Slivno, from
Uiomoii, as commander.
Captain Sjuciuilh h uiik guatly stir-
.l'"wil at tllo strlilos Honolulu haa tal.
on In the jours since his HtM visit. At
that tlm tin.' watorfiimt was not tin
lms place It now Is. and bouses wu
few ami Tar beti-n. i lie- Evorhuid
came hero to load whale oil nnd bona
!,,nl ul, -I,.. ,.- I
Laud when she wus in pint theiu wiiu
over two uuiidiod whnlo ships heio. j
The vessel loaded her nil go and, ,
with Henry llucl.reld. Sr and 11. J. i
Nolle and wlfu as passongois. u 1I.-.1
A T Jk t t A IV I
J W A I I A IN
LILLIPUTIAN OPERA COM'NY
To-Night (Satui day) and Monday
next are positively the LAST TWO
j NIGHTS of everybody's favorites in
the sparkling Military Musical Com
THE GAIETY GIRL
Matluoo of tho above llihc ulii-i'uoon.
Diiiiis open at I.311, H"iririiiiuie
gins ui ." ociiieK sliuin. 1:11 Hi In 11 lcitr
Orchestra and uress Circle. ,. .$1.00
Family Circle b
llcc Slit.OO, IS 10.00, $8.00.
Tllo Box Plan now 011011 at Wall.
Nichols Co.. whom seats can lm had.
An article which h.i tnd were
tt, ind which jn be furnUhrJ
as wanted, In good condition.
Sample can be seen
at thc store of
Lewers & Cooke,
tIMITEP. , A
(Sole AentH. J
J. D. Jewett
,. J. WILLIAMS
Washington. Sept. 2.1.- Seclotnry
Coit ljoit will go 'o Cnntnii within n
fw di.vs for the purpote of disposing)
ti the effu'ts of Mr. McKlnloy and to
attend lo rome Impoitant mattots In I
I'onncitlon with the late Piosldent's
estate. Corteloit was the Into Prosl I
dint's business manager, so far as his
pilvato affairs were concerned. It be-J
(.mo known lo many of the President'
pcisomil friends some time ago that
his peiHonal alTnlrw weie In bad shape. J
While his devotion to the business of
the Nntlnn was such as to mouse the
highest admiration, his methods In
tinninitlng his personal business wemj
(iisy going. It sliouhl bo said, how
ever, that these methods did not up-
' t I.v to his obligations tn otheis, for li .
'(.i.lil bis bills promptly and when h'
'died be lind not a debt In the woitd
1 Ills debtors, however, weio not always
mi careful, and until Mr. Curreljou lm
1 1 nine his assistant, many tiorsons owed
, Mr. McKlnloy money for a Icing time. '
YOUNG EMPEROR SEEN
Tncomn, Wash., Sept. ;
'Steamer Ynng-tse tilings ni
l Shanghai th.it wealthy residents of
I Hang Chow who aio loyal to the Chi-'
ose Emperor, last month sent one of'
:helr number to se( lire all possible In-
: 'e.rmntlon regarding his fate with ax-
J'oclal refeier.ee to the amount of Him'"-
I ty allowed him.
1 Arriving at the Chinese cam I he
I spent several du.vs In arranging mat
1 ters for an audience with the Empres"'
; Dowager finally accomplishing thh by
.payments to I.I, her favorite eunuch.,
! Ho was ushered Into the present c of the
. Em pi oss by I.I who discoursed loudly1
I lutein tin. ImnoAtv iiml liuliii.li v .if line'
"ubjeols In Hang Chow. She made1
limu;- Imiuliies and the Hang Chow
citizen was ncrmlttcil m how ilnun lie.
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, ', tAnl"',m "I'l'-arcit oiy lliln and
siihi.i nun in, iiiiiiir(iiuiiy was per-
milted of c indorsing with him. Until
the Mliini of the Hang Chow man II
was bolleiHl by in.uij III thai S"tlon
Hint tllo Chinese Entrtror hail been
mil.tly murdered to p;eeut anv iiosl-
,(v ()f ,s M .,.,11. illshiii.nl i.i the
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' nillOse llircilll.
S 1 1-2 (HT
The Now Yorh Commenlal sas:
'Iho stntomont made by President
Hiiomeor or the American Sugar In,
fining Co., In today's Commorclnl, in
dicating the (ompan)'a proposed 'U
eic&Lu of capital of (l.n'iii.iiiiii, would
be used In extending tin- company
'binlnoss In Cuba nnd peihap else
where outside o! tho United Stale
attracted much attention today In low
n- Wall street.
II Is iindorMond thai the National
Sugar lleflnlng Co. also iiioposes li- '
enter tho Cuban Held nnAI will ir i
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in uuiiuiiii i.iiii nit- Aiili-lic-llll ,ft. ill
unior Ki hriHK ahdiit u iuiMiiHriitl(ii (l
J the tariff laws as applied to Cubuii
The duly mi sugar Irom Cuba tod.-n 1
Is l.i'.J"i cenis a luiuml for i'fi degm-i
.tost, 93-IIKI of n cent tor 75 degre
t11"'" '' "J cents for each cb'greo
h'j-lboe TH clegieos1, NotwIthntiuuHiu
limn uiiiy. it is sa lit Hint Cuba i.-vi .' :
'..1.- . .. 11 I.. ... r ...
niuiiK - i-n 111 int- iac-o 01 iroe
itiinlo wttn I'nrto HIi a and Hawaii. .111
j account of Its superior conditions, ami I
ithnt wild free raw sugar It could con- 1
trol the tiade nnd tho beet sugar men I
would find a -ry strong eompetltoi-. '
Duly off, law sugar could bit h.ld I
down lie re. It Is believed, at 2 -eis
h iMiunil, so that rettnud sugar a' m
tenth a pound could be sold at n profit,
It was said today that any attomiii
'or the sugar combine to haw Culr.li Hotel tlerk; best "preferences. Ad
isugai admitted to this t-ountry free ol "ross M., box 3&1. elty., 19,14-tw
I duty would bo vigorously
vigorously opposed by
tho beet sugar
Industry. A uunemei.t
Is aliendy under way to petition Cm
gloss to tiiKu off the duty on lollued
sugar and to put a higher duly on in v j
Boot sugar Interests sny If this Is)
lone the Ciiiv ernmenj will b euconr '
aging the development of an industry '
which promises to become one of the
most Important In the united State
They say that If President Havemc-y
i-i's plnn to admit raw sugar free of
duty to this country Is endorsed
congress, me tieet sugar industry will ,
receive a blow from which It may
Tho beet sugnr producers of thli
country ao not In favor or a reduction
or the duty on raw sugar even U t.io
tariff of i cent a pound should lm put
on refined sugnr, for which cane sugnr
selling nt 2 tn-nts. the price of beet
sugar would have to be corresponding
ly reduced, and at best only a fair
profit Is Hindi; by beet glowers nt tho
As it now stands, the amount of re
fined sugar' imported Is so small as in
not aff-ct conditions In this country
ll the least.
Tho schooner Hubert K Hind arrlv
ed here Ibis morning after nu uneven!
fill trlp-nf 2.' d.'ivs from Pint (lanible
She brings a cargo of lumber from Pott
i.V.l I, ill
Dr. PlerceS Klec
trlc Body flattery
Awy w'lh f)ruet InvM
llBi. SnJ lor "Book
11 Sfl. " AJdrctl
pinwcn v'lucthic co
620 M'-kct at., S. P,
w'i r r
October : 5
i Ads. In this column will be Inserted
at 15 cents a line one Insertion; 25
cents two Insertions; 30 cents one
iweeK; ho cents two wccks, anu o
The cents one month. This Is the cheapest
f,omj advertising ever offered the people cf
aDBCA1 iv: vriCF
-Jli-' rNJ ' -,'gj
PIANO TAUGHT BY EXPERIENO
ED TEACHER: new. eiulok me-thou;
t' month; special attention to ailint
Address box i!1o.
WEEDISH MASSAGE Miss Rliu
Hoving. Island Hotel, oer Orpheuni.
'UST r.t rived, grndunte Lolpslg Con
senntory, glios piano Iokhoiih, ."
month; special attention to ndult be
ginners. Add. Music, this office.
NOTICE TO HUNTERS Goat shoot
ing prli lieges for the Nannkull lands
aio again offered to tho public.
Those wishing lo seeiilo permits
will b liirnUlo'ii with tickets upon
application at the olheo of Tho Dov
sett Company. Limited. W. K. Dil
lingham, manner I'.'J'Mm
MISS C. KRUEGER Piano Instruc
tions, studio. Metropolo bldg., 11 Vi
AlaKeii St., Tel. Main 345.
GET OUR PRICES on billiard and pool
tables before buying elsewhere; sold
on easy payments. Our cushions aia
guuianteed for twenty 3 vara, aud
are made by n now vulcanizing proe.
i".s. Old tables fitted with our cush
ions are as good lis new; sntlsfac tlou
guaranteed or money refunded. See
cuir advertisement of "Munnger j
Wanted" for lawlul slot muclilno. '
Palmer Billiard Tnlde Works. Chi
c ago. Ills. 193T-2m
.IF YOU HAVE a house for rent or i
want to rent a house, see A. R. )
BINDT. Collections carefully it
! tended to nnd promptly l emitted.
' (lllliHliS Kaaliiimaim stn-et. ISSS-tf
NOTICE TO BUILDERS The Unlo.l
' Express Co. has WHITE hAND UOU
SALE. K43'f I
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iiu im mi ', f't-mitiin 11 m u ifii, i , i.
115.00 TO tlCCO A WEEK SALARY
lor an Intelligent man or woman
In each town- permanent pusltlo:.
."o cents per hour for spare tlui.
Maiiiifuiturer box 78. Pnlludi;lplda.
I.. ..,.... m.i .. .
.-rc cAscnitaccu ui"tnsiuii on
tin' S. 1 . tjpewrlter delros position ,
as loirespoiicleni and bill clerk with
responsllilH tiouso; dictation direct
to machine: familiar wl1?.'! hardware
businoBs; best leforoncc-H; salary
$7.".. Address Miss II.. Jot Powell
St., San Francisco. Cal. 19;4-lw
WANTED Clerlc-al position by gen-
tlemiiu of sonm bitslni-KS ability;
I ookkeeper. time keeper, collector or
WANTED Position hv u young lady
as stHiogrnpher: experienced. L.
' H P. O. box
MANAGER WANTED In evorv lnr--
c-ciuiity to appoint agents for the In-
itimtti "flnn.,, ,," Ml.lll' tiI.LmI atot
machine for drinks or elgais: law
- ,...... .1 ....... (., ... . .w.
fill everywhere; takes plueo of nil
forbidilen slot machines. Itemed ui
sold on easy ia merits. Securo ter
ritory quick. Palmer Billiard Table
Works. Chicago, Ills. 1937-2m
JwANTED To self Diamond and Opnl
1 ltliig. In the latest styles. Watches
....ni i i... i. i- .. .,- ,
K-i".uiri uj u ji-ni-i"-i ui ,,-j ,w-ui-
experience. O. D1ETZ. Fort street,
near Hotel. Uuii-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
THE METROPOLE, 1110 Ala' eu St.;
newly furnished looms; electil"
light; terms teasonable, 1950-l.n
FlinSJIRHFn RflDM nml linnnl- tin,
vale bath and toilet, P. O. box'
TO LET Five-room cottuge. at Cot-tngc-l'irove.
King t. Enciujio F. E
King. No. b. ' l!i:.3-tr
HOUSE of 14 rooms. Union t . opp.
Pacltlc Club, tl-iooiii cottage", (Inrdcn
lane. M. L., Iliilletln. 195U-2-.V
BOOMS AT THE ALOHA Fort
St t, from $1.50 to $2.50 per
TO LET Six-room cottage on College.
St. with stnblo nnd servants' qurr
ters. Apply ifi Ileretanla St.'
NICELY furnished room, $5 month;
prlvato rnmlly; nlso rroiit room, $10.
G3 Vineyard St., near Nuuanu.
For three weeks we have been busy measuring
uo every remnant and dress length Silks to
Calicoes, Laces, Lawns, Batistes, Organdies,
Cambrics, t-iitulums, Sheetings, Shirtings,
Table LInen, Ribbons to Linings nothing but
what's carefully measured yards and price on
eacli in plain figures ; so that you can practic
ally w it on yourself.
There have been no du'l times In this store. The fast
hal'-yoar's business amounted to many thousands more than
in the corresponding period last year 'hence more remnants ;
and as to price well, thrse 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., IO-4S
FOR RENT ISe.v two-story house, '
Just completed; hot and cold water,
n ,,? . i M. k n.,. ., AiTirV.
and Htnblo; Klnau near Alnpal St.
Apply Tel. 1061 Hlue. lfiSS-'t
T9. L,ET"T Two rront room9' h? H
TO LET A G-room houso at Kupal.i-
ma; 12.80. InqulrH mom 8, Cnmsi-
bell blk., l-ort St., 316. lDo.-iAT
FOR RENT Seven-room cottage; hot
nnd cold water; electric llght.i, I
threo minutes from car lino. AppW
P. O. box 0'.. 10J7-1.V
TO LET House at present occupied
by Mrs. D. Center, Young street ux
tension near McCully tract. Apply
E. V. Bishop, C. Drewer & Co.. Queen
FOR RENT Two (2) story houses at
Kekaullke-pa, on Young St., contain
ing two bedrooms, parlor, dining
room, kitchen, bath room and patent
water closet downstairs. Knplnlnnl
Estate. Ltd. 1921-tf
TO LET Newly furnished moms,
mosquito proof, terms reasonable.
Third house above German Iinkcry,
Fort St. in:io-tf
FOR RENi Furnished rooms, single
or en suite, Hiiltablo for housekeop-
lng. Iniiulru on premises, No. 4.'
Vlneynrd Ht. 1!iJ5
TO RENT Six room cottage on Mat
tock Ave.; electric lights; sanitary
plumbing, etc. Apply ( II.. P. O.
box 33. " 1939 tr
FOR RENT A now house on Arte
sian St., of six rooms with nit mod
ern Improvements. Enquire of Chas.
I-;. Frasher, Consolidated Soda
TO HENf Uesldence of Dr. J. S.
McQrew. cor. of Ileretanla and
Itlchard Sta., Hiiltablo for doctors
office or private residence. Apply
to Dr. J. . Mcurew, Liinalllo, co
Hackfeld, or J. T. McQrew, lllshir
IF you have a house for rentror want
to rent a Iioiish, call on A It. II1NDT,
office with aulde Publishing Co..
Campbell block. Merchant St Tel
ephone Main 37-1. 1S47U
FOR SALE Ten fine lots at PUL'-
.NUI, ubovo Wylllo St ; high an I
dry, with good outlook, nnd coiim"
nlent to Hupld Transit. Apply 1 1
FRANK S. DODGE, 77 Merchant 3t.
FOR SALE Gentle driving horse. En-
quire Dr. A. N. Sinclair.
FOR 8ALE Now and second-hand
Smith Premier typewriters for sale
or lent. All makes repaired. Wash
ington Light Co. l9S9-1in
80ME FURNITURE for sal.', cheap"'
AddresH K tills utile o. i;i,r,:i-l-1
FOR SALE A thuiuughbrtd Holstsiu jiloy men for thc suppression of nnur
bull. AiliIreiM K. K.. this omen. !ciiy j,,t us detectives are now employ.
FOR SALE Stelnway parlor grand
i !..1L ''.t..001 ctinilltlon. Cull on
' " "' " '"'"ner. JJLl
FOR SALE Two phaetons In good
coiiuiuon. unci used only a snort
I J'me" "duress v,
STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE Tho
"Tnlula." as she now lies In tho har
bor. Bhe Is a nearly now boat, in
perfect working order, and haB bce-i
or Into used In towing at Knhulul
harbor. W. II. Pain.
FRE8H STRAW The Union Kinrrnn
n . .. .... .'.
uo. nas a lot or iresn rice straw lor
' sale. 1931-tf
1FOR-LEA8E Promises on Union St..
wittra rrontage or 242 feot arid u
depth 01 70 feet. Long term given
without onerous conditions. Apply
to J. M. ..lONSAIHlAT.
Booms 20-21, Campbell block,
There are lettors at this ofBeo rir
tho following ndvertUnrs In nnsfto,
to ndvertlscmuntH In the Wunt col
umtis. Kindly call lor sainut "Music,"
". X.." "II, Hi," "Enquirer," "H, II..
"Horse and Surry," "O. A.," "OK.,'
"A. N.." "W. F. D" "T. A. C, fa
ble," "V. P.," "C. It." "W. 1L." "T. 11..'
"J. C..." "No. 27." "X.," "V. II," "A..
" r. D. II.," "Jl."
Tho Evening Bulletin, 76 centB por
'HOW 1 AMERICA
(MED THE (1
"""' f'"lliig ator,' of the first raco
, ,. . . .i.. i
tor ' IU" n'm '""''" the Amerl-
(a"(, r,ip g taken from the "Illustrated
News of the World" of London In It
Issue of Sept, 12. 189.1. ttom It It would
appear that American yachtsmen it
that rary (Intr ,0I,i,j 8luw their Urlt
,,, ,irothwil ,rk.k or two m thc
handling of small cruft:
-The presence of American .vnclita
men at the latest celebiatloii at Cowes
levulls the memorable August 18.11,
when a schooner-yacht named the Am
erica, and owned by Commandant
Sturm of New York, made her first ap
pearand; In the Solent, and easily ear-
lied away thc cup glu-n for yachts of
all rigs and sizes, with no time allow
ance. The licet against which the Am
cilcnn schooner salted nmnlrrod sev
enteen vessels, mostly ciitlcis, which
inugcd in bulk (10m the IT tins of tho
Aitroin, owned by Mr, Lo Marchant,
to the 21S Urns of the Constance, owned
,ly the Martinis of Cunyngham. Among
the yachts defeated on that day wrrn
the famous old cutter Airow, tha
Alaim, anil Lord Alfred I'.iget's 3loii"i.
ll was an Interesting year, us In IK.", I
the llrst World's Fair drew "all crea
tion" to British shores. When, there
fore, the Mistress of the Seas was van
finished In her own waters by an Am
rrlcun stranger, great was the surprlso
In yachting circles as well as anionn
the general public. The schooner
-uclit America, when she swnope-l
(town upon the roadstead tit Cowe
was a Triton compared with the En
pllsh minnows, which she outsailed
without an effort. Olio of her pecu
llurltlci, whin tho won the cup given
1)3' the Royal Yacht Squadron was thai
i her color was white all over Instead
of hlaek, which Ik usually i.-m ployed hy
I alnters of yachts, nut the cause of
her lclnry In 18.11 was that, beside
the Inferior bulk of her English rivals,
no time allowance was conceded to tho
smaller boats. In addition to this, it
must be admitted that t.ie America wus
'so deftly handled and so adroitly sailed
I'M'tr the dexterous supervision of liet
experienced nautical swner that En
gland's best )-achtemen had something
to learn In an nrt regarding which they
had hlihprto held the tlrtt place."
RUN DOWN ANARCIIIHTH.
New York. Sept. 22. A special to tho
Herald from Washington sa.vs: lu hl
annual repoit'to Congress next Decern
ler Secretary Unge will recommend
that an appropriation be made to en
able the Secret Service Diile.ui to cm-
t(J t() nm ,jwn i-ounterft Iters. Th
Secretin y. It Is underbtood, will nsk
for 2:0,000 for the maintenance of the
ihiireaii. us against $100,000 appmprlat
1 ,1 tilut voiir
The law lineler which the Secret Scr-
vim exists snoc-lflcallv limits Its oner.
( utlons tn the Riimir. sstrin nf ..ntiiil.ip.
felting. There Is nothing In Its pro
visions which even authorizes the de
tail of Secret Servlie men as a person
al guaid for the President or any other
iutille omolal. Whenever such detail
Ins been nitide the suggestion has
come from the White Hoiikn.
ANARCHIST CAN'T LAND.
Philadelphia, Sept, 23. A fashion
ably dressed cabin passenger who Lad
pleuty of money and a qtunttty of bin
page wus stopped by Government Im
migration officials as he was about to
land from the Ameilntn line sto.iir.'.'r
Nnrdlund when alio ie.i."h1 her do'k
here from Llverpoil today He was
bluntly told that lie coi'd not gain
ultnlsslou to the Vnlfd Ptales. 'II,
Immigration officials ict.-d upu:i jirlvate
Information nnd had been watching
for the man for some time. Whlls the
authorities refuse o give nut any In
formation about him, he Is Known to
have been a leader In Russian v.lhlllbt
ami nunichlHt societies.
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night vyjitclimou furnished for bull-1
lugs, b' luuss property and residence.
Builders will do well lo consult Bovv
ers In icgnrd to watchmen,
ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. L.
At my salesroom, fi
will sell at Public
Queen street, I
Auction a new
SEllOKS. TWEEDS, LININGS.
MUTTONS, ETC., ETC. '
MR. C. J. LUDWIGSEN
On Saturday, October 19th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
at my salesroom, fi." Queen street, I
will sell nt Public Auction, tho elo
gnnt homesteucl or Mr, C. J. Llldwlc
sen. situated cm tho corner of LUNA
I.ILO nnd KEEAU.MOKU streets.
The property faces 200 feet on l.a
nnllln ktrt-vt. 180 feet on KeeaumoU".
street and 200 feet on Matlock street.
Grounds me well cultivated anl
nicely kept. . .
Urge new dwelling house contaln-
parlor and sitting room, dining uni
sewing room, kitchen, pantry, etc.
Upstairs roiir spacious m-un.u.
with clothes-closets nnd bath.
Sorvants' quartern on iim r;
.in nKtiiiriuiuiv to obtain one of
tho nicest residences In Honolulu.
For further paitlculars apply to
Jas. F. Morgan,
65 Queen St.