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" EVENING fltJtfETlN, !ftOKOt.ULV. It. T... MONDAY. OCTOBER 7, t0t!
Out of business? Not by n Jug full. We have bought out
tlie Pacific Cjtle Co, not iloor to Klilois', and have Juit re
ceived )5i) Columbia, Cl'JVduud and HiiiiiIiIit lllcvtlos, beside
b full lino of shelf haidivnic. Things look like a large-sized
beehive down lion and wo want )ou to lumv around to kv in.
B. O. HALL & SON,
ROOMS 508, ;oy.
.. ct t
)IU O I
P. O. BOX 834.
All clases of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and R
portB made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction;
Plans nml Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superin
tended, In nil branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
road, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Founda
tions, Tiers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Report o.
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEC, M. AM. SOC.C.B,,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR., Scretary and Treasurer.
Hvorjliodv llkos good tilings to oal
Wo halo Jiint oponod a llnu usKoitmoiii
some of the following kinds;
C. J. DAY & CO.
No More Dread
or the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
These are the only dental pirlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns umlectecnble from natural tectl
and wurranttd for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20 years' cxperlnieo. and
each department In charge of ,1 Special
ist, (live us a call, and you will One!
us to do exactly as we advertise. W
will tell you In ndvnnco exactly what
your work will cost by a FREE EX
Our name alone will be a guarantee
lhat your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building. Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Wc tire now In the Automobile
Building and lire prertiireil to turn
the finest livery tn town.
Bonrdcrn wife from fire, us
the building n FIRE-PROOF.
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
JUDO & COMPANY, LTD.
307 Staagenwulil Building.
BEARD BY CENTRAL
"Hello! Who's speaking?"
"This is E. 0. Hall & Son."
"E. 0. Hall & Son! Why, I
thought yon were burnt ont of
and Construction Go.
Mr L'Mtir 1 1 i 111111 tMMf
IM1UCI1 t rtl.U UUILUIIIUi
TEL. MAIN. 71
nml It's our liiisliii'sa to sell them.
of cookies and biscuits, Including
Orange Cookies, Etc.
An Accumulating Cntiitc.
The lepolt of lloillj feUllth, luastlir,
on the tlrst annual ui-iount of George
1. iionioii and 1. curs H. Ronton,
giiaidiiins of Aitluir II. F. and M.
CtiiiiiIo II. in minors, was con.
lliim-il by Judge (Soar this morning. """'H .rangoll.
A m.isti-1'H Too or 7.1 was allowed. It ! Krom ""0 nml w" l',,rt'. llir ,rl
Is txiliitoil out by the master that tho I Kluim. Oit. 5 P. V, JU ImiiIkuii, .1.1
estate is an moimiulatlng one. hniin;ll. O'C'onuell. W. Tlmser, II. Bend-1
Imnasoil fiom $5 mhi In -Inly, lsvj, P,-, .rs. C II. Rejnolds, Mrs. Pomroj-.
V ...' , "1x,'nl""." '" "'" Nlu
uJ S' ' "' "" S"" ' "knvlva
' u , .
Then an r.i.r.tin di af-iniiles In h
I 'lilt i'i Klngilniii 1111 aitrago of .,."u 11
Nntlio Ik boroliy gixn Hint on 01
about the llth da) of Octol.ci. A. I)
I'.'iil tbo iiiiileihlguotl d(diig IhikIii"sh
uiidor the firm, name of Shoou Hon
Co, will puiihaso the entire Interebt
and KiHiil-wlll of the, business of Kui.i I
..ii ,,,, i-m-i niiunii ,m ,Kimt. 1
ilf itflir lilltltllitbU llliilaal tins Hi tit iinim. .1
.......n ,.-..,,,,, (.-. iioiii imi 111 iiiiit ;
Sam Wo Hop Kio, situated at Pan'.i-
kal. WhIiiIiki IhIhihI of ilnnn Anv
, person or persoiiM bnxliig lalnn
against the said Kam Kim Tal or
nil. or agulnst Sam Wo Hop Ki'e. 1111
icqulr.d to piosont Hit lr ilalm 10
n...- ...... ";'1,l,)'('j;N.,y,J) .
By CHIN iI.M YaP HOW.
Dated Ott 5th, Bui 1. IHBl'.lt
VALUABLE PIECE OF
Situate on Beretanla Street Near Ala
pal Street, in Honolulu, Oahu.
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER IS
Hied out of tnc Circuit Court of the
Flist Judicial Circuit, Hon. George D.
Gear presiding, In a ciiuso at (hum
bors entitled Adelaide Stllllof et 111
vs. Joseph Clarke el nl.. Euults- DIw-
bIoii. Number I2ii)t, the iindeislgni if
will Hill at Public Am Hon to the high
est bidder, subject to loiifirm.itlon I,
suld com l,
ON 8ATUUDAY, OCT. 12. iWH.
AT 12 O CLOCK NOON,
Al tin) inaiika entiunte to the Jmli
tlary building In suld Honolulu, the
following deserlhid plotti of leal ci
tato, to wit:
' Being portion of land contained In
Grant 284, ut uuluokulmu. Beginning
at a point on mauka side of Beretanla
street 30u feet from E. angle of Bore
tanla ami Alapal sheets, tlienm mu
ring: N. 21' 12' B. trim bearing 150 fed
along Lot No. 116,
S. I1H 48' E. true Inuring 80 root
along Lot No. 170,
S. 21 12' W. true bearing 150 feet
along division l.ot 2,
N. Ii8' 48' W. true bearing 80 fort
along Beretanla street to Initial point,
less what has slnte bet n couo)cd to
Mrs, K. I-azarns.
The lot now Is about l!5 feet more
or less on Beretanla street and 15')
feet more or less In depth mid Is lo
tuted on the Wuiklkl side of lot now
occupied by Mrs. A. L. King.
Terms of sule am cash In Unite 1
States Gold Coin; that ten (1") l'1'
i out of tbo amount be puld on the day
of sale, and deed at expense of pur
tbiihei. Upset price $3,500.
For ftuthcr iiartlculars enciulrii of
the undersigned at his .otlltn In said
uiiuiimiy iiiiiii.iiif,. t
Dattd Honolulu. Otiliil,' Oct. 7, 1901.
J. A. THOMPSON
WVnf her Bureau. "I'unnhuii. October
T Temperature - Morning minimum,
71 j .Mlclilay maximum, 82. .
Ilaromi'tor at 9 a, in. SCO:!, Rising.
Dow Point 70F.
llumldltj at '.' a. m. S2 per ront.
Diamond Head 9lwn.il Station, Or
tolior 7. Woatlior oloudj ; wind fresh
Saturduj, Oct, 3.
Str. Lolius, Nnp.iln, fiom Maul ami
Schr, Blanche Ell.i, mm Koolau
Sui)1a. Oct. fi.
Claudlne. Pinker, from .Maul
Wiilalcnlc, Pill, fiom Kauai
Noe.iu. Wjiiihii, from Knunl
Mlkalinla. Oitgor.t. from Kauai
Xlllinu, Thompson, from Kauai
I M0nd.1v. Oct, 7.
T. K K. Atnorltn Marti, doing.
Idiijs 0 hours from tbo Orient.
I Sat ill (lay. Oil. ft.
' Schr. .M11I Withlne, for Irimid ports,
Siinilay, Oct. 6.
Am. schr. Wm. II. Smith. Smith, for
Str. .1. A Cummins, Soarlo, for O.ihu
SAILING TODAY. t
Str. Keauhou, Mustier, for l-uhalnn,
, Ka.in.ipall, ilonokiu and Kiiknlhaelo.
Silir. Mutoln, for Koolau ports, 3 p.
I Schr. l.ehua, Nupala for Molokal
ports at S p. m.,
I Sebr. Conrord, Man.i, for Paaullo at
I P. ni.
I Schr. Knwnllanl, for Koolau porta
ut ft p. 111,
I PASSENGERS ARRIVED.
From tho Orient, per T. K. K,
I America Mam. October 7. For Horn-
lulu L. W. Smith. Through Mrt
'S. E. Adams, D. Aokl and servan
I John F. Balfour, "11. K. Iloulnc: Ll.
Comdr. Wm. BramiorsK other, U. 3.
N.; Mrs. Win. Hrnuticisrcuthur, Mlts
'Mary Cowen. Miss Doiotby Cowoil,
Dr. I). R. Baxter, I). .1 Buckley, Mrs.
iM. Fallso. W. F. Ford. Dr. T. Frank.
II. Grimes. Mrs. If Clinics. Kiel 1
Postmaster llngodorn. Miss Hele-i
Hide, W F. Wins 1111 Chow Vul
Kwnn. Rev. .1. A. MiKce; Mrs. .1.
A. McKoe, K. Kodora, Dr. W. M.
MoHtln, N Narolson Mis. N. Nur- I
clsow, J. C. nnlns. Dr. N. Senn. M.
i1""1"' """' V " "''"'" ' ""
P'oiioey. .Major do In Toiinssc. S. T.
" and servant. Ltout. Mm eiscn.
W. E. DoMTeii, E. K. Carson, Mis. C,
McClrilnn. Miss May. Mrs. E. W. Ilai-
uard. C. K. llde. Miss C. Elouu, M. J,
Harry. T. A. Tutlilll. O L. Rusiillne.l
It. Millrsdo. Master V. Hill, Thomas'
Swing. J. W Mmun, R T. Guard. D.
HaUKhs. Mis. D. Rlckards, (i. F. do la j
Nux. .Mrs. do la Nnx, A. Sliepiiard. It.
O. Viiidley, S. P. Sack. C.iit. T. K.,
1 Clarke, J Millsheed, wife and thtee
(chlldicn. C Shlovana. J. Inlne, II.
1 Sllllm.ni, ('hong Vuen Chop, and 1 1K
i 011 deck.
From Maul .r(s, per Mr. Ciaudlne.
Oct. I'. 11. P. Il.ililnlu. W I). Baldwin.
J II. Mojers, G. M. Hancock, J. P.j
t'miki. W. M. Alexander 11. W Filler '
jmK,. Whiting George Akerly. .1 P.I
.111.... 1 I .1. !.. n.n.. 1
lr..',t, .,.,.. (,,, . .,., -. ..u
A. Iliibetl:. Lin Shen Chow, Fa-
tiler .Mltxlniln, 1-atbcr
Morris. II. A.
Blgelow. Mrs. Von Seggern und two
Aki-ithlldien. Wong Kwal. Lee Chil, Ng
1 Yuen, Miss .liimes. Miss E. Toomoy
Mrs. F. II. Ili'jselden, L. M. Vetlesen.l
. J. Gomw. 0 O. Jacobs. O W. Kaul-
niakaole. wife mid child, G. E. Brjiint,
v'. Dunn. Re. .1. Keklil, Re, O. Ma-
Iktkiill. Mlhs L. Coikelt, Miss K. Cock-
1 etl. .Mis. Cixketi and two ihlldien. (!.
H. Ruicii, T. A. Drummond. II. Appel,
i, "Z' KnF-Tcn '""V, M"- l'";
nshele. Mrs. D.ulson. H. hbarpe audi
w fe, 0. Frobotrfce, and 15 deck.
Fiom K111111I, per str. Nooau, Oit. C
C Gaj, and 3 deck. '
From Kuual, per str. Mlkabala, Oit.
fi Mis. Ewart. Sllss K. Ewart. Mrs. II,
C Mohsmun, Mr3 Fiedenberg, 11. Blrk
mejer und wife P. K. Guild, E. Staff,
II. Cannon, II. A. Jaeger. J. J. SlUn,
Mrs. K, Christian, Miss E. Christian
A. J. D.ixls. W. Meyer, (1. II. Curtis, W.
Billow It., Mlfs C. RohS, Mr. Muller and
wife. Jf.is Mary Siege r, Mrs. Watannbo
D. Lawicuie, A. MiKnigle, C. 1), Sohl -
ke. Sang Hlng. Ah Y.u, Eddie Melln,
J lleul), and ; deck.
THE IIEALTH-VOOD MAN.
ills ejes are balls of polished stiel;
His lungs are sponges dried;
Ills blood Is bouillon concentrate
Hlb telus of liather Hide. i
Ills muscles creak like pulley ropes
When hurried Into play;
Ills hulr Is like ptano chords
Some chords are lost, they 6,iy.
Ills heart's a little globe of punk
A house of constant gloom.
For love can ncier burn wltnln,
Ik'cautf there Isn't room.
Ills appetite has dwindled down
To nt his little food,
Till fruit is "water In a poke"
And bread Is "so muc h wood."
Hot apple tarta and piimpklng pica
He reads of Ihem aghast;
And waffles brown and chicken stew
Ate "terrors of the past-"
And, smiling, from his vest he slips
A tiny hot' of tin,
With capsules brown mid pellits pink
All ruttlln.c; within.
Then, with a gulp, he swullows down
Ills dinner from tho can
This product of the health-food school
Tho concentrated manl
What to Rat..
The Bulletin, 76 cents pn month.
Ada. In this column will be Inserted
at 15 cents a line one Insertion; 25
cents two insertions; 30 cents one
week; 40 cents two weeks, and 60
cents one month. This Is the cheapest
advertising ever offered the people of
Tiioro are letters at this office f r
thp following advertisers In answo,.
to advertisements In the Want col
umns. Kindly rail for same: "Music."
"V. X.." "R. 8" "Enquirer.- "II. 1L.
"Horse and Surry." "C. A.." "OK.'
"A. N.." "W. F. D.." "T. A. C. rn-
bio." "V. P.. ' "C. K" "W. H" "T. 0 '
"J. 0.." "No. 27," "X.," "W. II," "A..
"T. D. II.." "R."
PIANO TAUGHT BY EXPERIENC
ED TEACHER; now. ipilek motlion;
$5 month; special nttontlon to admt
beginners. Addioss box 410.
3WEEDISH MA8SAOE Miss Itlni
Moling, Island Hotel, oiorOrpboiim
1 951-1 in
JUST arrived, graduate Lolpslg Con
sen ntory, gives piano lessons, (5
month; special attention to adult he
glnncis. Add. Mu tic, this office.
.NOTICE TO HUNTERS float shoot
ing pn lieges tor mo ;sanaKiiii lands
nrn again offered to tho public.
Those wishing to secure permits
will bo lurnlshed with tickets upon
application at the offlco of Tho Dow
sett Company, Limited. W. F. nil
llnghnm, tronsiiror. 19jC-lm
MISS C. KRUEGER Piano Instruc
tions; studio, Metropolo bldg., 1150
Alakea St.; Tel. Main 340.
GET OUR PRICES on billiard and pool
tables before busing elsewhere; boM
on easy pas int'nts. Our cushions nrs
guaranteed for twenty years, and
nro inailo by a new vulcanizing proc
ess. Old tables fitted with our cush
ions aro as good as new; satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded. Sco
our advertisement of "Manager
Wanted" for lawful slot machine.
Palmer Billiard Tablo Works. Chi
cago, Ills. 1937-2m
IF YOU HAVE a house
want to rent a house,
for rent or
see A. R.
B1NDT. Collections carefully
tended to and promptly remitted
Office US Kanhumanti street. 1893-tf
NOTICE TO BUILDERS Tho Union
Express Co. has WHITE SAND FOR
SALE. 1543 tf
WANTED Four or the-room cottngo
furnished, centrally located, P. O.
lio 75. 1 lull i-l w
$15.00 TOs!i.00-A"WEEK SALARY
for un Intelligent man or woman
In enih town; permanent position;
:i(i cents per hour for spare tint .
Manufacturer, box 7S, Philadelphia,
AN EXPERIENCED OPERATOR on
tnc S. 1. tspowritor desires position
11 h 1 01 resiHjiident and bill clerk with
lesponslble house; dictation direct
to machine; familiar wit.'i liardwaro
business; liest references; salary
$75. Address Miss II., 501 Powell
St.. Sun Franclsio. Cal. lD5Mw
WANTED Cleilcal position by gen
tloiiiun of some business ability;
lookkeeper, timekeeper, collector or
Hotel clerk; best .references. Ad
dress iU box 381, clt)-. 1934-lw
WAfJTED Position by a young lady
ns stenographer; oxperlcncod. L. )
If.. P. O. box 3G3. 1939 tf 1
MANAGER WANTED In every largo
county to appoint agents for tho fa
mous i:amo o Skill nickel slot I
niachlnn for drinks or cigars; law
ful oi cry where; takes placo of nil
foi bidden slot machines. Rented or
sold on ensy paments. Secure ter
ritory quick. Palmer Billiard Table
Works, Chicago, Ills. 1937-2m
WANTED To sell Diamond and Opal
Rings. In the latest styles. Watches
repaired by a Jeweler of 33 years'
experience, u, DH.TZ, Tort street,
nenr Hotel. 1S0S tf
ROOM AIND BOARD.
THE METROPOLE, 1150 Alakea St.:
newly furnished rooms; elc-ctrl"
light; terms reasonable. 195ii-l,n
FURNISHED ROOM and board; pn
n. ,,, ,, (0,.t a ,')0X
TO LET Warehouse space, 30x30
foot, flouting on Alakea street; suit
able for store or storage. Appl)- to
W. C. Gregg ft Co., 502 t..angenwald
TO LET Fle-ioom cottage, nt Co;-
tage (iroo. King ot. Eiiqulre F. E
I King. No. 8. 1955 tf
TO LET Six-room eottiige on College
St., with stable and sonants' qurr
tors. Apply -it. Beretanla St.
TO LET Two front
TO LET A ti-room house nt Kapal.i
mn; $12.50. Inquire loom 8, Cnmsi
lull blk.. Fort St.. 3 Hi. 1957-2 ,v
TO LET House nt present occupied
by Mrs. D. Center. Young street ax
tension near McCully tract. Apply
E. F. Bishop, C. Brewer & Co., Queen
TO LET Newiy furnished rooms,
mosquito proof, terms reasonable.
Third house above German Bakery,
Fort St. 1930-tf
FOR RENT Seven-room cottage; hot
unu cold water; electric lights,
three minutes froin car line. App'.y
P. O. box 65. 1957-lW
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. KaplolanI
Estate, Ltd. 1921-tf
FOR REN T Furnished rooms, slnglo
or en suite, suitable fur htiusekcep
Ing. Inquire on premises, No. 45 N.
Vlnejanl St. 1953-lw
TO RENT Six room cottnge on Mat
tock Ave.; electric lights; Bnnltary
plumbing, etc. Apply G. 1L, P. O.
box 36J. 1939 tf
FOR RENT A now house on Arte
sian St., of six rooms with all mod
ern Improvements. Enquire of Chas.
E. I'rabher, Consolidated Soda
NICELY furnished room, $5 month;
privnte family; also front room, $10,
53 Vineyard St.. near Nuuanu.
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY
A Hiectnl lot of Knit Wool ,
MADE BY F. H. BACHMANN &
CO., BREMEN, GERMANY,
and brought to the Islands before
the United States tariff on wool
We do not supiKise that nrtlcles
of this quality could be obtained
In the United States today, oven
at wholesale, for anything like the
pilce nt which we will close them
out this week.
Six i triors White. Ecru. Cardi
nal. Mai 0011; Light Blue nml Dark
The price. Just half of what they
must needs hereafter be
LAST CHANCE AT THE REM-
There nie still a few remnant'i
left on our lounters. One week Is
a short time to self the accumu
lated odds mid ends of six months,
so you will jot find some nth
fOR RENT INOW two-story house,
just tomplcled, hot and cold water,
electric lights, sonants' quartets
and stable; Klnau near Ala pal St.
Apply Tel. 1961 Blue. 195!i-'t
HOU8E of 14 rooms. Union St. opp.
Pacific Club; C-room cottage. Garden
lane. M. L., Bulletin. ISJiJ-S'V
ROOM8 AT THE ALOHA Foil
Street, from $1 50 to $2.50 per
IF you have a house for rent, or want
to rent a house, call on A. It. BINDT,
office with Guide Publishing Co..
Campbell block. Merchant St.. Tel
enhono Main 374. 1847-U
FOR SALE Ten line lots nt PUU-
.NUI, above Wylllo St.; high nn I
li y . with good outlook, und come-
nlent to Rapid Transit. Apply 1 1
FRANK S. DODGE. 11 Merchant 3t.
FOR SALE Gentle drltlng Horse. En
qu 1 1 o Dr. A. N. Sinclair. 19u0-1v
FOR SALE New and set oniMinn'l
Smith Premier typewriters for sale
or lent. All makes repalrtd. Wash
ington Light Co. 1959-lni
SOME FURNITURE for sale, cheap!
Addiess K.. this ofllco. 19,13-1 w
FOR SALE A thoroughbred Holstein
bull. Address F. F.. this olliie.
FOR 8ALE Strlnwny parlor grand
piano: perfect condition. Call mi
Will E. FlBhcr. 1938 tf
FOR SALE Two phaetons In go.hl
condition. One used only a short
time. Address "v X.. Bulletin of
STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE Tho
"Tnlula." as she now lies in the har
bor. She Is a nearly new boat. In
perfect working order, and has been
of late used In towing at Kalinin!
harbor. W. II. Pain.
FRESH STRAW The Union Express
Co. has a lot of fresh rice straw fo-
FOR LEASE Premises on Union St..
with n trontago of 242 feet and u
depth oi 70 feet. Long term gUen
without onerous conditions. Apply
to J. M. ..tONSARHAT.
Rooms 20-21, Campbell blcck.
ANOTHER WAR RUMOR.
Pails, Sept. 2C The Patrle today
prints a sensational story to the effect
that a conflict has broken out between
Great Britain and Turkey. sii.lng that
tlii cc British war ccsscls huc )"""
nidcit-d to the Persian Gulf to suppress
revolts nt Touet, In the British piov
Inte of Bagdad, and that the Tuiklsh
Government has dispatched a strong
detachment of troops with Instructions
lo oppose tho landing of the British
fortes. Russia, Germaud and France,
the paper also says, have agreed to
Touet. In the Patrle story, Is evident
ly Kowcj't, the proposed terminus of
tho Bagdad railroad. It Is the only
pert on the Persian Gulf having a good
Inquiries made In official quartets
heru elicited an emphatic denial that
there was any such agreement between
Germany, Russia and France as Is re
ferred to by the Patrle, and no con
tinuation was obtainable regarding the
alleged alarming situation, which Is
evidently built on the fact that three
British warships happened to bo at
Kotejt and that It Is reported the
British are encouraging the local Sul
tan to repudiate Turkish suzerainty
It Is stated that tho Toyo Kiseu Kal
shn Intends to, build two steamers of
over 10,000 tons displacement with a
view of placing thorn on the Sjn Fran-cIsco-Hongkong
line. The company,
however, will not have recourse to anv
tall on shares or to the Issue of tleben
lures to raise the funds required fu
thls pin pose, owing to the unfavoi
able condition of the ninroy market
It Is said that negotiations- nie In
progiess between tho company and
certain American shlu builders with n
view to paying tho cost of ..e steameis
by means of Instalments. Japan Ga
WITS POINTED QUESTIONS
Among the Chinese it is only p3
lite to show; an Interest In tho per
sonal affairs of jour acquaintances,
but there nre people who think that
Minister Wu Ting-fang carried Chi
neso politeness almost to the limit
by his lino of questions In Sjracuso.
"I used to think that I.l Hun,?
Chang easily took the cake or chop
miey or whatever tho Chinese prizi
is for asking embarrassing question,"
said a prominent politician yesterday.
"Hut Mr. Wu's thirst for information
has put tho Chinese Viceroy's perform
ances way back in tho mlld-curloslty
'"How old aro you, madnniel"
"'Don't corsets hurt?' ,
"Hne j on any children.'
"'Are j tni married?"
"To think that simple little qu..
tlons like those should have given
LI Hung Chnng n reputation In tlm
country as a flrst-t lass asker! In com
parison with such perfunctory and
colorless Interrogations note tlm
strength ami nicety of Mr. Wu's ques
tions: 1 "'Are you a Piatt man 7" he asked of
J. P. Allds. Republican lender of th"
Assembly. 'Yes? Tnen you are his
slave, itrcn't youj'
"Note tho artistic way In which the
first question lends lip to tlm sernn I.
Observe tho conclusions in tho sec
ond drawn from information rocrlu'O
In answer to the first. Talk about silver-tongued
orntors! That man mi
born with a slher Interrogation pou.i
In his mouth. '
i "And notlco the tactful way In
which he sought to draw Information
from Mayor McGuire of Syracuse:
i "'Hao j-ou succeeded in stealing
enough money yet to buy a house;
No.? Only enough to rent one? Wull
I wish j nu better luck next time.'
"What other man could have put
such questions to the doughty Mavur
of Syracuse? If it's thn polite thing
to sk questions in China, and If l.l
Hung Chang's efforts nre fnlr snranloa
of what the ordinary Celestial gentle
man Is capable of, Wu i lug-fang must
be the hlgh-fl)-er of social butterflies
in his own country. Wnat an addi
tion he would be to the newspaper
that could get him to conduct a 'ques
tions and answers' department with
out answers. Think of tho thousands
of communications that would dally
pour In addiessed to Wu Ask Moo.
i "But. sa-, thoro's a beitcr point than
that. Is It Just tho thing to expect
from n Chinese .Minister hero who -s
certainly not much of a greenhorn;'
New York Sun.
Subscribers to tho BULLETIN
not reeeiviugbtir papers promptly
will confer a favor by notifying tb
TtnvnPM Offlco: Tii... 9Kfl
FAREWELL PERFORMANCE OF
LILLIPUTIAN OPERA COM'NY
In the Sparkling Military Musical
"THE GAIETY GIRL"
LAST N OHT OF
Mtbs Alice Bennetto.
Miss .Ivy Trott.
Miss Madge Williams.
MIsh Irene Loftus.
Master Harold Hill.
Master Fred Stewart.
MASTER WILLIE POLLARD
LITTLE DAPHNE TROTT.
Orchestra and tareas Circle..,. $1.00
Family Circle :i :ts
Gallery ,, ,sq
Hoxch $19.00, $10.00,' $8.00.
Tho Box Plan now open at Wall,
Nichols Co.. wheio seats can bo had.
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER
will receive a limited number of pupils
Term commencing on and after Sep
1024 Beretanla' St.
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night wntihmen furnished for build
lugs, b'liiuess proptrty nml resldencfn.
Biilldets'will do well to consult How.
ers In regard to watchmen.
65 Queen St.
ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At my salesroom, H5 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction a new
SERGES. TWEEDS. LININGS.
BUTTONS. ETC.. ETC.
Jas. F. Morgan,
MR. C. J. LUDWIGSEN
On Saturday, October 19th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
at my salesroom. 05 Queen street. I
will sell ut Public Auction, me -gnnt
homestead or Mr. C. J. Ludwlg
son. situated on the corner of LUNA
l.Il.O and KEEAUMOKU streets.
The property faces 200 feet on I.u
nnlllo street. ISO feet on KeonumoU".
street and 200 feet on Matlock street.
Grounds are well cultivated mil
nicely kept. . , ,
i - ....... .tu,,nini- imtiHo contain
parlor and sitting room, dining nut
sewing room, Kitcnen. piimu, -...
Upstairs four spacious bedrooms,
with clothes-closets and bath.
Servants' quarters on ino grouuuo.
. ...... .,.,., rtnnnv In nlltaln OHO lit
.V inn- uii"".'...v -- . ,
the nicest residences 111 Honolulu.
For further particulars upply to
Jas. F. Morgan,
65 Queen St.
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