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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T... MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, Ml.
'Oceanic Steamship' Company
Tbe steamers of this line will arrive
FROM SAN FRANCISCO. , FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
SIERRA OCT. 9 ALAMEDA OCT. 2
ALAMEDA OCT. 19 SONOMA OCT. S
SONOMA OCT. 11 ALAMEDA OCT. 2.1
ALAMEDA NOV. 9 VENTURA '..OCT. 29
VENTURA ..NOV. 20 ALAMEDA NOV. 19
ALAMEDA NOV. 2J SIERRA . . ,T NOV. 19
ALAMEDA DEC. -I
lllltlMHIHIHMlll a I 0
'Local Doat. Local Boat.
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers, the agents are pro
pared to issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from Snn Francisco to all points In tho United States, and from New
Yorl. by any steamship lice to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS AI'I'J.Y TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL A0ENT8 OCEANIC 8. 8. 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.
AMERICA MARU .
NIPPON MARU . .
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
H. HACKFIBLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of the above line, running In connection wltu tho CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between tancouter. II. C. and Sydney. N.H.vV..
und calling at Victoria, D. C Honolulu and llrlsbane, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below stated, lz.:
From Vancouver aru Victoria, B.
(Por Drlsbane and Sydnoy.)
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
Europe. Por Freight and Passage i.nd nil general Information, apply to
Thco. H. Da vice & Co., Ltd., Gcn'l Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
'DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN. ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
6. 8. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, Sailed.
6. S.HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to tall to salt Oct. 15.
t S.S.CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, sailed from NEW YORK June 16; will
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Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street. South Brookljn, ut
nil times. For further partliulais, 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 Cars, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent.
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
,D. W. HITCHCOCK. General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
II. L. LOMAX. O. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
Honolulu Rapid Transit
and Land Company.
'School Children's Tickets
Halffaiu bthoiil children's tltKoU
may be pm chased from the tomluttoiH
on the caiH, or at tho compaii)'H oflku
on Alapal Btteet. These will bo good
for the transportation of school chit
Uren up to 17 eaiB of ago In golu?
to and coming from school, between
the hours of 7'20 nnd 9:3i a. m.. and
1 and 2 30 p. m. on legular hchool
C. C. liallcntvne.
1938 1m Mgr II. It. V, & !.. Cti.
"Wilders Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
.I- Ml 1- "
and leave this port as hereunder:
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
COPTIC OCT. 1
AMERICA MARU OCT. 8
PEKINO OCT. IB
GAELIC OCT. tl
HONGKONG M'ARU NOV. 1
CHINA , NOV. 9
DORIC NOV. 19
NIPPON MARU NOV. 2ii
PERU DEC. 3
Hrorn Sydney and Brisbane.
(Por Vlilorlu and Vnncotitcr, II. C.)
MOANA OCT. 23
MIOWERA NOV. 20
AOnA.VOI .DEC. IK
MOANA JAN. 15
BY TELEGRAPH ,
YOU CAN DO IT NOW!
THE INTER -ISLAND i
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of thegroupexcept Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 93.
Hmlili Office, 315 Fert St.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger u III call for our message.
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINO STREET LINE.
Cars Icavt Wallrikl for town t j j. 6 n, 6 J A m
anJ tvry is mlnutci Ihtrtafirr til ioi, njn and
njlf M. from Wa klkl koIo tht Punahou Stablca
Car leavt R Range or Pawaa Hch for town at
5 tiA M. and tvery is minutes tntrr after ill! n ofp.M
Can leave Fort and Klne atreeta corner for Ha) a ma
aloio A.M. and tvery tt minute after till n t$
Car leavt for Pataroa only at , and i o A m
tara leave Palama for Walkikl j i) A M, and eveiy
. minute till 9 4 I then at to tj anJ 10 4$ P.M
Then ii m from Palama tor Punahou orly toe
10 waiKiKi un oaiuraayt.
Car leave I ort and KlnC atreeli corner lot klfle
niK m 3 ss Bii4 wn m
Lara leav tort and Klneatreeta corner for Walkikl
KlnzHren corn.! lot Wilklkl
t6ciAM. .nlvm,,,inut. i.liioo.e. ttitn . -
10 h and 11 - l1
t tt p.M iroeatu Walkikl
on Saturdays only,
BERETANIASTRECTANUI'UUASU VALLI Y. (
Cart leavt Punahou Suble t Town at 1 j and
for Town and Valle at 3 40 s 50 o m 6 40 f and
Cara leave Oah J College for tow, id Valley at '
6 jo 6 jo and 7 iu a. and ever) to mil e t)ll 10 ic 1
r tttrpi ine evrn nour ana nan, nur car wniin '
run irom ine atari.
Cart leave Nuuanu Valley at 6 10 6 o 6 jo A,t and
tvery re minute thereafter till 10 j" KM
Car leav fnrt and Queen streets for Punahou
College at 6 os 6 aj 6 41 a m and every 10 mlnuiei
after (III 9 4) H M, Atur that the car run ti the
Stable up to 1 1 jetM,hkhlihelak(car from Town
reatninK in ataoie at iiiiot n
O R. & L. Co. I
I'linii anil nfttT J a n miry 1, 1890.
TATIdNS .ituv imir
(OukjtJ) x Sun UMil n sun mln ntiir
AM AM. AM KM I'M
llunotulu iio o it tl s 111 si.
P.ttt Lily . B i g S IM9 7 j w
E Mill t u.ll liu j i lo
W.Una. i. jo . 4
W.liliu nn ... 141
Kahukl li i ... . 6 ii ....
MnwjrJ) c M.n USILV IIAIL lAIL
AM AM I'M P.M
Kalukg ... ti
Wilalua . . . I tft .... . tt
Wilan.tt T lo . MS
fwl Mill ... t 'o T 4t I ot 4 la
I'.ail City . ... oil 8 oi t tn 4ta
Honolu u ... t n t f i of s tv
r' C SMITH Rt-n'l l'ab. & TU kot .Vjt,
G. I'. DUNISON, Suinrlntcnili'nt
A ikjtttSj j-i.r. . ii. .
The. Hawaiian Realty and
Maturity Co., Ltd.
General Agents for
The New Hampshire Fire Insurance
f. of Manchester, N. H.
Dialers In Real Estate, 1-onns, Mort
gages and EtcX
Rooms 3 and 4, Mclnttro Rnlldlnr,
I'lione, Main 141. P. O. Hox, 2C2.
Ill WIN A
Tin- bni pi; ia i- of the Myrtles and
llealunls which was ordered to ho row
cd over on Saturday last by the Judge
ag given to the Hcnlanl as the Myr-'
tie irew defaulted.
Stittiidn) afternoon at the appointed
time tile Judge nnd officials were at
the start. The Healanls came to the
sctutih nnd after n five minute wait
for the Mjrtle crew nnd they not ap
pearing the Hcnlanls were sent off over
the ionise, n time limit of IS minutes
being put on them. They went over
the course nnd finished In fifteen min
utes. The outre as marked by tin turn
ing buoy near the spur buoy was auont
one hundred ) arris further than on
Mix h regret Is t xpresseil on all stiles
that the Mjrtle captain could not see
his way clear to enter his crew and
haw the rate n competition tthli.li
would hate shown tho merits of !'
10 me nen anis as a reuu o: ina
. . .. , . . -
Mjrtlcs default go the eup, the trtv
I hlis In Hie rara
CUPID AND HIS PI'.Tf.
Pi hue Cupid Kalanlanaole v. Ill be
a I low oil to kip lilt pit This Infnrma
Hon vvns sent Jared Smith by Dr T. ?
rulmei, assistant ihlef of the tllolngl
lal Sumy of the Departraint of Agrl
culture at Washington. Following Is
nn extriu t from the letter:
"The llfti en weaver birds and tho
two Hie kangaroos to tthlth you refer
rui be admitted without much danger.
"In gineral I would suggest that you
nlinlt itiiislgiiiiv Ills of birds w tilth are
to be kept In nptlvit.v, as well as r.il
niels Intend) d n!. for exhibition pjr
lusts So fur as possible Importers
should In- dlstouragfd from bringing
n birds or iinliiuils wblih are ltkil to
lie liberated espi-ilallj the Callfornh
I'niKt or hoiiM-nnch, the Kngllsh spar
row, rabbits and other rodents. It nm
I'Ot be fraslble undt r tbe present law
lo re-export or destroy tnese speclCN
nlien Imported from San Francisco or
oilier Pailllr pints, so the) should bn
kept out If possible, as there is morn
d.inger In their Introduction than In
tbnt of ninny species from the Orient
"lid AiiMrallH "
.McBRYDEREADV TO GRIND
Knliu Kauai. Oit. .. Among the
arrivals nt Hb etc bit Thursiay from
Honolulu weic Messrs. Kc) worth Cat
tun and Hull, who inme for the pur
pose ot Inspecting the new Mcllrydj
sugar mill Die nuiuagir, Mr Stodart
tititis that the mill will be grinding
tnnn some time next week
The i nitre plantation fit Id from
Kikiilm lo Kllntiea are looking splen
did, while the rnlns durliig the pin
lew dn)s have had their good effeu
IIILO HOROr. RACES.
Illlii. Oil. 4. There will he racing at
lloolulu Park Kiilurda) afternoon Oi
lober li. A three-ilgbtlis mile dash
has lit in siheduled bilween Hush-
Iwluuker and Mel rill's Kore. and It Is
probable that two or three other r.iie
will be added making an Interesting
nftirnoou of spiiit. The i.ue between
Ihishwhiuker nnd Merrin's Kore was
i rranged by Jim O Rourke and Wm.
Ilrrlugton und both horses will be
but kid b) big faith. Tribune.
OlfifiH l:lrHt Cane.
llllo, 0t. 4. Tho WiiluUfa mill last
.MmlA comitlitHt fcrlnrllnic tho flrt
(iittliiK of ciiiim from a 24 0 aire tract on
the Ohm plantation. Tin- number of
c in h of (aticKrouuil mi 2ir.j, tho nnrn-
ilT of Iohh IM4I. 'I he Mtl U report
1 1 tl its a fair ni nue output The aer-
L,K(t iltnult U k!Hi ftt lls. - TrlbUtlO.
1 txssssssssssy sy
t-r2JZ-Mt&-.mmun f r lZTt "f7i,..
Sir 1 iirlin OTrleger 'Tie- glntlcman t have tho honor to reprnlnt. bilnt
BfBi.lrhtcil Insists on standlne threa f.t nearer Ills adversary than hl ad
vimarj to Mm"
,:;fw.w&'.v.& . J-
- QtKtii maxi
Instruments Filed for Record
ber 4, 1901
S. N. Emerson Hattlo Cockett
and husband ,....Rcl
I. K. Panlanl S. T. White It,
Instruments Filed for Record Octo
ber 7, 1901.
Edward Nobrlga Manoel Pacheco.
,kl How Lung CM.
Beatrice L. K. Porsth and hush.
Mnnoel Soares Medelros I).
Antonio Marques Mendes Juno tie
Elizabeth Keawe and hush. A. N.
Lllluokalanl Heirs of Geo. Me-
Dougall ' ContoA.L.
Geo. McDougall and sons Manoel
Gomes .. A.L.
Antone Soares de Mellu nnd wire
Joao Antonio 1).
Joao Antonio and wife Krnnclsco
da Camara I).
Francisco da Camara and wife Joao
tl. da Camara, Br., anil wife Jose
da Camara D.
Manoel Paiheco and wife Jose
Frnnilseo Pern-Ira I)
Kaohe Mauhelemoku Heheieu Kl-
nlinaka et nl. It.
Kulhelanl Kuaunioana Hakatau
Plantation Co L.
Tanaka llnna Store .....M.
Parker and wife and Thus. Cum-
mlngs nnd wile Haleakala Jtanth
Recorded September 30, 1901.
Y. Scholtz to K. Sogaj lease; plure
land and building, Vineyard tttvo',
Walluku, Maul; flio Ji-rs at Jl""
Rook 22S, page lfio. Dated SeptemiiT
Ah Pong to l-ong l'lng:nsslgnt.H'iit
of lease; 1 .1 5 acres land, PaiikuLu'n.
Walluku. Maul; 1 100. Hook 221, pag
157. Dated September 7, 1991.
Estate W. P. Kahnlc'tu Ah Iji;
lease; 1 3-5 acres land, Paukukalo.
Walluku. Maul; flto years at 120. Hoo'
28, page IDT. Dated May 9, 1898.
Recorded October 1, 1001.
Kaluhlokane and wife to J. Kalu
kamoku; deed; It. P. 7539. Kul. 102 K,
Kapaeloa. Walalua, Oahu; 110. Hoot
225, page 3:3. Dated Heptember Jo,
Wm. White and wife to II. tide
feld & Co. Ltd.; deed: R. P. 23. KM
364, Kauaula alley. Ijitiama, Mai.!;
issn tintnlinu n Mil u ninH ilmlttu L niiu.1.
muiu laiiiirn tuiu nuii:i UKiiin. nminir
valley, Uhnlna, .Mail,, 4u. Hook
ESS, page :;?;. Dated August 31 19I
Kiinno Company to (1. Kuiino, inn
er of attorne); spednl powers, Ho!
824. Jiagc 3.,u. Datid March I, 1'mmi.
Yoshlkuwn Company to l.uupali'H
hoe Sugar Company: agieement: t'l
plant and sell nue on It. P. OS. Kill
4075, Ninth Illlii. Hawaii. Hook I'll,
page :i,'.l. Dated July 2. tliul.
Kamakala tu Mis. M. I.lwnl it nl.;
deed: portion R P. ir,. Kill. IMIS,
Wnlawn. Hwa, Oahu; tl. Hoik L':'),
pago .U". Dated June 21. lfluO.
HILO CHINESE MOURN
llllo. Oit. 4. The Chinese Inhabi
tants of llllo wire deeply mined by
the death of President MrKlnley. Tin
i vents of the past yinr in China hail
brought the late President iiinspUu-
ously befni,. the nttentlim of nil Chi
nese with Intelligent c enough to rial
nnd he was universally held b) thuu iu
the highest esteem. To him the) look
ed for liberal treatment when the Chi
nese exiluslim question tomes up again
before Congress. Mt'Kln!c)'s broad,
minded utteratires with respett to the
fort Inn politics which should be pur
sued by tbe fulled Slates toward all
nations nnd ttiwaid .ill people, were
so favorably iiinstrued by the Chinese
In Hawaii as to make his death s'em to
them the hiss of n personal friend uu1
It was tlu re fore a solemn and sin
cere bod) of l'hlne,.p who assembled
last Siindii) In the Chinese thiirth to
mid tin Ir mile of Horion to that of the
Ameilcan ptopln In the loss of a Presi
dent. A spit eh was mnile by Yte Kill
the minister. The memorial exeulsn
tuiliided eulogistic remarks from n
number of sptnkers.
Nothing hns bten morn ImpitsslK
In HUo than the mnrked respect shown
to the Ameritan nation and lo the
memor) of William McKlntcy by th
people here from Orlt ntnl lands. 1 heir
places of business and their homes luivo
been dressed In mourning and thell
memorial meetings have been ns
spontaneous with sincerity ns the
meetings of the Amerltans tlit'inst-hca,
Captain J. II. Illaik having been
shown b) I.. P. Ttnney au old daguer-
reot)pe produttd one still older, u por
trait of himself taken In lbUi when Iw
was nluetciii )ears uf age. He bad It
with him his morning and showed It to
John A. Hnsslnger and it IliilUtln ie
porter. It Is veiy well preserved uud
shows a hundsome looking beau, Mr.
Husslugi r told of a number of old por
traits In his posst ssloii. Including
Q.UU-U Hnima us a little girl with curly
tn sses, (Jut-in l.llluoknlniil In thlld
hood sitting Inside Kaulkeiioull, one of
hlmstlf In cuikt iinlfoim In ('ullfuinla,
There were nearly a thousand peopl
present nt the first football gams of the
season on the campus at Oahu College
Saturday aftcrnoou. The MaUn-Mlma
and Hnckfelds w-re tbe contesting fac
tions and their line-up was ns follows!
Capt. Morse ...r. h Cupid & F. Wright
Frhmldt .r e. ... Richardson
Dttlsenberg .,., r. t W Wright
Schul7e .u......r. g Kills
Nolle) r ChllUiu
Pllueger I. g Allen
Ischiiml I.t. Robertson Winter
Spencer I. e. .Capt. IlflserA. II. Colbiirn
Hnrrlsan .,..1. h. Johnson & Al.imcldn
Giirrc it b Clarke
Klebahn t b. King Fernandez
The Malle-lllnuis put In almost the
same team as the) had last )ear. With
the exception of Morse. Gurre) nnd
Harrison, the Hackfeld pla)er wete
entlrel) new to the game. Morse was
formerly one of the star pla)ers of th
01) tuple Club of San Frnnilseo.
Notwtithstnndlng the fa t that the
majority of the llnikfeld team were
new to the game, the) pla;id In n iry
cieiiitanie maiimr. noioieg mtir tip
lionents dowu to two touchdowns,
They themsi he made nothing
Theie Is no doubt, from be showing
miide by the liiukfild leuui Saturday,
that they will bine a dlffer-nt story to
tell us the season prncieds. The
Millies found that they had bulked up
against men of grit nnd phi)irs that
showed good bead work. Captain
Morse put up a brilliant game.
Sam Johnson made the first tomb
down for the Millies and Prime Cupid
the seiond. There was n third touch
down b) Hen Clarke, who made a run
of more tbun half the flild tc wiinc It.
This was disputed and not n'lowed.
THIRD GUSS BOATS
HI ANOTHER RAGE
An Ititi'rt'filiig rme took ilnot !
trrdnjf moi tiliiK. litHnwn the tlilrl
ilami ,utlitii. Tlir totirt' hh from
tli llKlithoi.f loi.tiil tlit lifll nnil epai
InitijK. tlicuif rouitil a murk ntT Will ki
lt 1 mill liatk to (.tiirllni; Hup liMviti'ii
tin- IlKlithou.f nrnl tlir Hinlniit bout
hcniM'. kt-fplnc tut' lull Hint t-ji.ir liuo)
on Hit' Ktiirhoitiil Klilf. 1 lit- I'lnitf.
Skip. .Snainrot k III mill Mj 1 tl- i-o
tliti ttintt'rtntitH for honor As Ubiul,
tilt' .Mjrtli' KUt tin- hint of tht Mint.
rrnnMiiK the Him with tin- mm. t lowly
folltmttl lij tint l'lriiti- Mini" illstniiif
to lifwiinl: tlif Skip nml Rhmurotk
flft iiuU In tin rr.ir.
All ft f)lnr.nki'i. thn Mjitlv irnw
i1liiliiliiK Krtnt mthlt In linn.llliiR
thi'lr Mil. nml Hit lltth' diift Hew
rltmn tin1 linrlmr litfoif tho wjrul In
Krtut stlo. At tin- mmi liiioy tin- Myr
t1r nml Pirntf hml ilrunii uniiy tun
Mlili'inlil from tlif otlHTK. JlyilltKit
i (milium Jib nml tnif roiunl the np.ir
nml nn to the lull hiiiiy ilki- u nut
Inn ff. unlnliie MUlitlj on tlu- 1'lrnte.
HoiimlltiK hf l'fl'i " Inc rmc to lU
Mnkt limit ttMik ihiit.
Tlit' frvoli lireezf iunt the llttlo liout
nltim: nt n Kri'nt rate. The Shamrock
nml Skip put In n tin k after rounilliiK
the hell iiml Htooil alow? the Walkikl
nhore urentb to tlielr inhiintiiKe, for
the) Iiml II It'iitl UP to the htnke boat.
The Myrtle anil Pirate utoort rlttht on,
tin M'itle utiuliinlh wlilftilnn the cap
hetwei'ii hcrKflf unit the Pirate. Mji
tle wiiH llmt roiunl tin mark, fnlltiudl
liy the Shanirotk III. Pirate anil Skip.
M)Hli'K hplnniiVor a nut In a flaali
nml the Pirate s followt'il milt Itif
Shmmiuk Ml it Jib topmll iiml Mitei
(.all The wlnu fell UbI.i noon lifter the
run home, anil the lamer Imntu crawle.l
i. n on the Mrtle for a while, but In
the eiiHtiltiK puff nml uliltil by a luffing
ninttli between the Shainroik nrirt Pi
rate Khe ilim away iiiiiiin anil i-nuniM
the bell buoy iilieinl of her ilvalh
IlalliMin libit were taken .11 Illlii a ill"
liaul for the t,pnr folio ml. Tlie wind
hml fallen lint ami proves wan hlow
rouiuart'il to the run nut.
The Pirate ami Shanuotk rr.iwUil up
on the leinler ami the former pawil
the Mjrtli- ut the entrain e. The ram
In fiom the spar ' uccesiilon of
ttukea. tlmt one ami then the other
IP ttlllR the lieneflt. The Pirate leil for
miiue tlmo ami an piikhiI by the
Hhnmroik, only to take the leail on tin
next tat k. Once more the M rtlo maU
a bit? bill for ttor anil nalleil away
to wlnitar of the other. She lookul
like n winner ami uoulil In all prob
ability hae Hot the rate hail nlie kept
on n h tihe nan koIuk. link was iiKiiliut
.ii, howevtr. nml the Sliumroik III.
Ki-ttlnK n fiiMirahlt' slant lutein tl the
lldi fllKt. iIom'I) follontil by the PI-
lute, with the MrtK about sixty
Mini iiHtein. 'lilt.1 Skin nun a iloov
biHt lunlim flimeil up a 11k gap on
the beat home tu llttht wlmt.
The rutv was luterestlnK all the
time, ami the boats Mere aalltil well.
They maile a try pntty slKht, luVlltiK
oei ami tmi inn up to iuv wbikiki
Iiiii) nn the) illil. 1 lie Pirate and Shuts
link III feliownl up btst In the light
wlml, while the Mjitlc cleaily pioved
herself the fastest In a Rooil liitezv nml
nulit hae iinioubteill won bj u kooiI
luarKln hail the wlml kept up throiiKli
j ii t the rait).
DISTRICTS IN DIRE (HE
l)i, II. I), lining ucknnwIi'iliiliiB the
ittelpt in srasH seeils, writes to Coni
iiilsHloner Wiuy Ta)lor ,vi)lni! thn
Kiiiss requires mucli uiaxtiiK miller
pitxent tomlltlons, The lttlei pro-
1 1 t'lls to bll) ,
"Some ery positive action In regard
to foieets ami their pieuemitlon Is Im
perative If Kohala ami llmiiakua are
to aurihe us aKrlcultiiriii illstrlits."
Dr. Iloml mills an exprtssliin of his
opinion that the Kohala wnttr fiau.
ihlse shoiihl he Ktanteil mil) upon
Ktiaraniies that the piomoters woiihl
"arrj out thu project wltn promptness
Honolulu Photo Supply Co, has two
giades ot Platlnotpe photographic pa
per, ono grade being not much more
costly than telox und giving effects
like old etchings.
A. T. HACHNKAMP. Mannger.
H DM MB
New Yoik, Sept 2i Corn spoil
di me from Chrlsttatila s.i)s: Dr. Carl
t.untpoltr, the traveler and explorer,
vho bus been spendjng the Inst live
.viars In hitherto nnlrnown regions of
Northwestern Mexico In the Interest of
the Amerltnn Museum of Natural His
tory of New York, nnd who Is the first
white man who has lived muting the
enve dwellers In those parts, made his
first nppearnnce In public slnie bis e
turn to civ Miration. It during before
the Geographical Sotlety at this placa
lust night, September 1'th. I
The let turn bristled with Incidents
of life und travels among the wild In
dian tribes of the Western Sierra'
Madre, eipeclally among thu cave
dwellers, who still live In the rame
(innivip. niiif mill iiu 111 mi' nuui' i u i . , , .
prlmltlic. way as the.r rnref.rrlMliJriWi:.,r,n.,,nn0n InVutt "f
ninny tlmiisnnils of years ago In these $.-.00.
almost Inatresslble regions Rooo feetj "salt' HtibJeit to mnflrinntlon b) the
abote the sen. In order to stmly tliete.KxchaiiKt'.
neoiile. Ilr. I.tinmollz nnlen tl Ihn rn.1
tire Muff of his expedition tn return.
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tin in. .ti nisi me irintK rt'tmteti, inn i
otviitiially he Ruined their tonflilentc
nml tins allowed to remain. He learn
nl theli wii)h, thtlr languaKe anil tlielr
flings, and Joined In tlulr'tlantis I
The Alexltan Indians are mouoga-
mints ami lead, on the whole, a terj !
happy txl.itente Among m my of th
Irlbi he found a higher degree of tutu -
alln than In tltlllred lotintiles. They,
me highly luti lllgent. nnd are. the lee-
tur-r shIiI a rme far Ruptrlor to their
klnsmin Iu the I'ntted States and
South Amerlta. Thtfl and disease aro
lolh iitikntiun nnioni them. The limit
Is In Id lii (onimoii. Tlielr print I pal
food tmiHliits of Indian torn and beans.
1 1n i.ttaln n gn at age. Ilotb men nnd
nun n in inn enrs anil ner mo ontn
mil with In the plnp regions 1ht.t me
tiil)ll.tls(s, their principal worship
ctnsbitlng of n llglous ilnutcH and fe
Foot rnrlng Is one of their fa
toilte spoils, and they are tuy fond
The large and Interesting oolleollon
of nntlte pottery Implements nnd ntin
sIN which thn In tun r brought with
him for the Amrilian Museum of Nat
ural lllstmy will, he thinks, throw a
new light on many hitherto unknown
ptrloiln In the history of the evolution
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coalings Oil
Fields of California.
Proten oil lands, completely sur
rounded by as rich oil producing wells
us tlit.ru art) In thu 8tntc, jleldlng from
5U to i.'.i bnrrels pur day.
Cotitnut prices for oil at tho Coal
Jngn wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With twenty the producing wells or
inn barrels each per day, )ou can
make jour own iiilciilatlon us tu
The oil industry ot California Is In
Its Infancy, jet many fortunes tinto
been made by Judicious anil lucky In
vestments in oil stock. Many moro
will bo made In tho near future.
' Tho averago advanco on original
sales of oil stock In twenty leading
coniianlt'H in California has been
from Jl to $108 per share.
Oil lands have advanced from $1.25
to tl.uOO and 12,000 per aero.
When tho Pacific Union Oil Com
pany has n number of producing wells
on Its property, its Block will hate
tbe same show for even a greater nd
tunic, ns koine oil stock has adtanccd
from $1 to $1,500 per share.
The Piictlle Union Oil Company naa
no salaried ullUers. and Is controlled
by well known gentlemen of Integrity,
who will seo that tho money derived
from tho sale of stock will bo legiti
mately applied to the development of
for further Information, apply to J,
H. KISHKIl & CO.. Stock and Iloml
Urokers, und Hawaiian agentB for tho
sale of ii limited amount of Pacific
Union Oil Company stock, Stangon
walil biilldlug. Merchant street.
Washington, Sept. 22. In order l
Insure thu protection of Cuban cnfftM
planters against tho importation of
lliazlllan itifffu through thu Umiol
States and Porto Itlco, an order will he
promulgated by thu War Department
fliovlding a duty on toffee going Into
Cuba sii lilt lent to prevent such Inipor
tiitlons. Snme tlmo ago tho lmporln
Hon of Porto Itltan toffee. Into Culm
was allowed In thv Interests of tho
Porto Hit an glowers, but some fear
Is expressed that Cuban Interests will
suffer Ii) thu liitiirvct Importation 1 1
toffee ft inn South America,
those who appreciate the
class of photographic work
WISS CAROLINE HSKINS
are cordially invited to in sped
specimens of her skill in her
reception ioom at the rear ol
Art Stoie and
120 Hotel St
.J-aMdit!i'iM-'i: i'St .
At the entrance
to the Famous
lao Vallev. nj
easy access to
olcano In the
ISLAND OF .MAUI.
TENDER8 TO PURCHASE.
The undersigned will receive bids
up to 12 o'tloik Saturdii) October 12
for the port base of the proper!) and
effects of tho Honolulu Stotk)nrd
Company, either as n whole or In parts.
Propt'it) lutluilts fine (tuner lot on
South and King streets.
Horses. Mules and Cunlages, Offlco
Furniture, tie., etr.
Send bids to oiritt! of Jas. I". Mor
gan, i','. queen street, when- linen
toi) can bo seen,
JAS. V. MORGAN,
C. A. RICK.
SALE OF SEAT IN HONOLULU
STOCK AND BOND EXCHANQE.
The umlerslirneil will revolt u of
fers to purrhiist' the seat of C. .1.
Kalk. Ksq , ns a member of thu Ho.
nnlulii Stock nml Iloml Kxihance.
lurtlitr nartlrillnrs of the uniler-
iK,,fCM '" i'ilom 'tt,T, X" l;V.rr!msJ
shoulil be nililn ssod prior to Wi'ilne-
,, 0t(),,or ,,, ,9,
i io iniit!v
PresMt nt Honolulu Stink anil Hon.!
i:thanKe. 19JC St
n--, .!!. kl.i.i.
MILL COMPANY, LTD.
r,, ,,, -,,. r lue.m.
nn per tt'iit C2J ) on tho new- lssu
or nti k of thn Ploiiier Mill Compani,
Ltd.. Is duo and payable Not ember 13.
'"I. t the olflio ot II. Hackfeld &
Interest bearing nfti r the first day
of Dftfiiiber, 1!HU.
iv.i-ott. :., 7. n. Y r
An article which has stood set ere
tests, and tt hlch jn be furnished
as wanted, In good condition.
Sample can be seen
at the store of
Lewers & Cooke.
A' H. .lewett I
,. J. WILLIAMS
PARTIBS DESIRING TO PURCHASE
Horses am Mules
can do .so by applv Ins
by letter to the : : :
Humuula Sheep Station
Have horses on hand to suit any and all
R. V. JONES Manager.
Kamuela P.O. ibnd of Hawaii
The Honolulu Creamery, Ltd
King Street near South,
lie picpared to furnish
PURt FRESH CREAM
III quintltles to suit, delivered to any
part of thu clt. Pi Ices on applica
tion. Terms net cash.
TELEPHONE MAIN 216.
Madame A. Schoellkopf, i
WILL TEACH FRENCH
In classes or private lessons.
Residence Extension of Hotel
opp. Adventitt Church.