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.V- , ZA,i:XiiZni4Bl2U 4l&i&Si i
Out of business? Not liv n J1115 full. Wo have bought out
the raclllc Cyclu Co., next door to Killers', ami hnvo Just re
ceived 150 Columbia, Cleveland and llnmhlcr lllcydes, beside
a full lino of tiUclf harJvvmc. Things look like a lnrge-slzed
becblvo down ho re, ami we vnnt ou to ionic nrouml to see in.
B. O. HALL & SON,
Hawaiian Engineering and Comtmction Go,
ROOMS 50S, 509. 510 STANGKNWAI.L) BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 7
All classes of F.uglncerlng Work solicited; Kxamlnatlons, Surveys and Re
ports mado for nny class of Waterworks, Strain and Klectrlc Construction;
Plans and Specifications and Kstlmatcs Prepared, and Constriction Superin
tended, In all branches of Knglncerlng Work; Contrnrts lollclted far Rail
roads, Klectrlc nnd Steam; Tunnels, Bridges. Buildings. High a ays, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, otc.
Special attention glvtn to Evnmlnutlons, Valuations, ind Report 0.
Properties for Investment purposes.
FIlEDEItICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Soc C. ..
Engineer and Manager.
W. It. CASTLE JR.. Secretary nnd Treasurer.
Something For Yoe!
Everybody likes good things to eat and UV our business to sell them.
Wo have Juot opi'iird 11 llnu assortment of cookie nnd biscuits, Including
come of the following kinds:
C. J. DAY & CO.
No More Dread I
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our lntc scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
These arc the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold cronn and porcelain
crowns undectecablo from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH'
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
done by GRADUATED DKNTIST8 ot
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge of a Special
ist Give us a call, and you n 111 And
us to do exactly as wo advertise. W
will tell you In advance exactly what
your work will cost by a FREE EX
Set Teeth 85.00
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4. Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
SOME OTHER FELLOW'S
If you don't get u rift ut
8tock Yards Co. mill tiike
hep for it drive.
8wclle8t turnouts In town furn
ished on ll moments notice.
RING UP. MAIN 301.
Honolulu Stock Yards
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.
307 etnnjjcnvvnld Building.
HEARD BY CENTRAL
"Hello! Who's speaking?"
"This is E. 0. Hall & Son."
"LO.flalUSei! Why, I
thought vgb were bint eit of
Orange Cookies, Etc.
WHbN SCHOOL LETS IN.
Vacation's inlubty Hue, o' courts
lint there nre drawbacks, too, I
A fellow's folks Is .ilnnys stir
To find him work to do; 1
Vu' nuikt tli ftllo? i go rwuy
To spin .it-,itlon tlmv.
An' then there ain't no one to play
With, only irls. Hut I'm
Hlght In mIiIi nil I I1.1t V golu' on,
I know Jiii-t wlmt to do
An' nbeie to go to si-are up fun
The whole Miration through.
The mirstixt thing there Is about
Vac.ttlo-i Is the end
Just when joii know jou'ie only gut
A wok or m to M'ciul.
A-loullii' iiioimd the sulniuiln' liuU
.n' cat bin' spi'ikled trout.
An' id.ijln' "uittboy," too, nn' nil
You've done rime m lino! let out;
It makes 11 fi How cuti'h Ills bteatU
An' nmr 11 sbiiplsh grlu
To think of all the fun beM inhts
Win 11 KibiKil lets In,
Pauides Is ninvtl) lots of tua.
Hut one knocks out that rult
That's the parade that my dnss nuiklf
The rtrstist day of scUyul.
You ought to seeaus "grammar'
Our Hue Is fearful thin
As no go etrlugln' up the hill
When si-bonl lets lu
We everyone Just bate to go
But thut don't do no good;
We've got to go, ulthoiigli we all
Would rather split the wood,
.til' pile the woodhox lien pin' full.
An' dry the dishes, too.
An' heli old Richard feed the stuck
An' dust, an' wouldn't you!
You see .It seems so hard at first;
Will Jones, he goes ahead
He's awful good Frank Stubblns, ho
does next, and lxm and Fred
MrUlunls. they the next that four
Are goody goodies tlu y
Ain't never late then Jim an' .loo
An' Annie, Lou and May.
They suiter hung a little luik,
But they don't make much fuss;
Thut Is, tbty don't quite seem to feel
Bad like the rest of us.
Dick Riley Just cries all the way.
And Oscar Oisnn.friiwug
Just awful; Hud nn' Sissy Luks,
They walk like circus clowns.
tUrulghl biukward all way up the hill,
Pat Ciontn, Miihes Doe
LU Adams. Clarence Dodd -(that's me
llehlnd the speckled bow),
We Just hangs back and loafs along.
There's Dick Dunn! He nln't had
To ever go to school before;
That's why he looks so glad.
Hut after si hool's been In u day,
And we get straightened out,
And get our lessons good, we like
The things we leurn about.
At recess we play prisoner's base,
An pulluwuy, un spin
Our tops. Then, after all, we're glad
Thut si boot's let In.
Raymond Fuller Ay res, In Nashvlll
The Evening Bulletin,
75 cents per
C. R Hemenway
OFFICE 406 JUDD BUILDING.
TEL. 314 MAIN.
Weather llureaii, Punahou, Octobvf
1.1: .vnuuny maximum, i.i,
llarometer at 9 a. m. SO.O.'i. Steady.
Dew Point IF. .
Humidity at It a. in. fin per cent.
Diamond Head Slgtiat Station, Oc
tober 8. Wenther clear; wind fresh
Tuesday. Oct. 8.
A.-H. str, Callfornlan, Lyons, from
Tiicoma. (leneriid cargo to II, Muck
feld tt Co.
Monday, Oct. 7.
Str, l.chua. Xaip.ila, for Molokal
ri in. J
Str. KmuiIioii, Mtwlirr. for Lahnlnw
.... . '
Knanapiill, lloiiokna and Kiikulhucli.
Schr. Malolo. for Kauai ports.
Sclir. Warn be Ella, for Kami
Tuesday, Oct. R.
Str. Klnau, Freeman, for Hllo nnd
Str. Mniinn I.oa. Slmcrson, for KiimJJUST nrrhed. graduate Lelpslg Cou-
' T. K. K. America Mam. doing, fo"
I Sun Frnnelsiu.
j SA1LINO TODAY.
' Sir. Claiidliic. Parker, for Maul poitr,
!( . m.
Str. Mlkuhala, Ore-gory, for Kauai
poitsj . p. m,
j Str. Xllb.iu. Tliiiinpsoii, for Anabola,
C p. in.
J Silir. Kttall.inl, for Koolnu purls.
1 Sebr. Ijuly, for Kimlau ports.
I 8, S. Sonoma. Van Oterendorp. from
the Colonies: due this eienlnjr.
Str. l.chua. Xapalu, from Molokal
ports: due ut ." p. m,
I'. S. A. T. Hancock, from S.in Fran
clsio; may call here. '
For Moloknl ports, per str. Lelmii
Oct. 7 Father Matthias nnd Fat bo
For San Francisco, per O. S. 8. Sono-
mu, Oct. S Mrs. W. L. Hopper. Mlssi
Timpleton. A. T. Russell, Miss J. M
Kelley, C, S. Marshall nnd wife. Fred
j C. IttiKkel. Mrs. Cnpt. E. II. Svendsen.
II). II. Chandler, P. M. I-nnsdnlo, Miss
I E. Keepers, 1). F. Parker and wife. II,
l!enner, K. M. Walsh, Mrs. K. J. Cot
' ton, Miss Roller. John Baker and wife,
1 Mrs. J. R. Eastman, O. W. Leffler. .T.
1 O'Conncll. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. P. OConnell
Capt. C. II. Hudson. Mrs. S. Orny. M. I
R. Counter, Miss II. Klelnhaiis, P. Coy,
iMis. E. T. Barnard, J, itosenberg. Mrs,
LA 0. lllne and daughter. Miss Imln
and ni.ild, Mrs. hers, Mr. nnd Mn. ncwr; miiie huhus .iirsiini. ri--,
. 1 rlenced artists preferred. Address
.. ,. ....... .1 Artist, Bulletin office. l'.HlMu
For Maul and Hawaii ports, per str.
Manna Urn, Oct. 8-S. Knnekoa. Sarah 1 WANTED Four or five-room eottng...
Hock. C. A. Chong. Mrs. M. Farley,! r,;ht''1: --i-ntially located.R O.
. uiAwu, ii. nnif Vjjia! iiht. nrt,,
Atkinson. Miss Harrison, Henry Her-
tleiiuuin, Father Victor, E. Moller, O.I
,. ,, . . u ti 11 . ii... r 11
E llrjant, Mrs F. H. aselden I-. I
ilIiDseldeii, lather Jullen, Dr. Rowat
Vnf till,, ,t.l wn.- iwtrtu ir air Ivt.
nan. Oil, .S-S. Kekebi, Hamiito, Rev.
.1. II. lK-hiens. It. T. Guard. J. W. Ma
scn. Father Paul, Father .Maurice, Fa
ther orivor. Father Aloys. Father I'l
rlcli. E. d.i rtllva, W. E. Kimball, C.
II. Snyder, W. Douglas, A. W. Dow, K.
Kumakclc. J. E. Keklpl. Mrs. 1.111,1
Aklnn. Miss E. Todd. II. Young, A.
New-house. It. II. Hood. E. P. Mable, C.
Kulser, (Jeo. I). I.um, W. C. Lvon K.
Kaiser and wife.
For Maul ports, per sir. Ci.iudlnc,
Oct. 8 Dr. Raymond. J. it. Moyrw, J.I
J. Han, Mrs. F. C. All.-n. MIhs Paul.'
.Miss L. .Main. Mrs. ll huh in, i'ioi.i
Koebele, E. Fnneiif, Fr. Jimes, Henry
Ah See, Wm. While, II. P. U.ildw'n.
W. E. Skinner. Ju.i. T. Taylor. ..Irr
Kei k I, Mrs. K. Uml, IC. .Minnoka, Da
Needed No M dlclnc.
Theie is un Interval of sllciue? then I
n sudden peal at the accident bell Is I
heard, nnd the next moment an agltat-1
ed parent Is seen running down the
pupsuge with a child tacked under her
arm. Its bare legs streaming behind it1
In the wind ut Its mother's rapidity. '
"What's the matter, missis? Has su'
swallowed soma poison?" .
"No, sir, It ain't that," she pants: FURNISHED ROOM and board; pn
"but I'm not scared. I don't know "" ' ' toilet. 1'. p. box
'ardly which way to turn." I ' liWlvv
"Well, but what's happened? Has
she hint herself?"
"No, sir; mid 'er father's that upset to LET Five-room cottage, at Cot
'e (ouldu't do uiithtiik, else I nln't used! ttige, Grove, King .it. Enquire F. F.
to running like that, and 'e'd '.ive' King, No. 8. 1955-tf
brought Vr up and I've run nil thel-ro LET SIvrooiiKottuge on College
way, nn' me 'eart " St., with stable und servants' qurr-
"Come now, missis, tell me quietly ters. Apply tO Ileretanla St.
what's the mutter with the child." , JU31-tf
The patient, a pretty little thing of ( TOLET Two front rooms. No. fl
I, looks Inquiringly at her alarmed pa-, Garden lane. 1880-tf
rent; there seems to he little the muf 'T6 "let A 1M0W lioTihe"aT Kapal.l-"
ter with her. mu: ilS.MI. Iiinulro room 8. Camn-
"It's all very well yer a-slttln-- theie'
mid il-tcllln-'of mo tq le quiet." nl''"1
lier mother; "If yer 'ad any children
of yer own yer wouldn't like ter seel
-m dlo afore yer eye. Oh, dear; '
t,n, deur, and there nln't only two
more und the baby."
Tho doctor In despair examines the'
little girl, but falls to discover any-
thing wrong. "Now. look here." sjvs
he firmly, "I an't find anything the
matter with your child, so you'll have
to go uway unless you tell me why you
brought her un to tho unsiiltnl"
"Welt, doctor, we wus nllu-havln' our
tea a minute ago ns It might be, and 'er , Koknullko-pa, on Young St, contain
father was eatlii' a nice bit of tripe as i ,UK l"? bedrooms, parlor, dining
was over from dinner, when Busy, I ',m; U?''. u p,at,en
that's er, says as 'ow she loved God;! Kate. Ltd. dWnBtalr8 Knp1l9,1?
und wus goln' to 'eavln when she'
doled. What!" In tones of horror.lFOR "EN I FurnlBhed rooms, single
nln't .... ni,.' ... .,i.. -o. .. . ii
nlnt yer got to give er no med.
The Evening Bulletin
75 cents per
1 It i. tarn TFM tint t A BR
1 Immunol lui u Ut it m til
At Utcir on ii liomr nr tli
null n f. irtttei In
veiitiouur llwAtlf. I'vraTi
tytiHltuiiifort lu Die run
th wol lnrirtli'itli
nAUU, i (flTlnir full irfon.wt .n i.tVit lnni.tNii
.ultnn luiatnl On. Ilmlin Htiil III kitilvl. I lilt iir tli1 ti
Ads. In this column wilt bt Inserted
week; 40 cent two weeks, and 60
cents one month. This It the cheapest
advertising ever offered the people cf
Then- nre letters at this office fir
the following advertisers In nnswe.'
to advertisement In the Wnnt col
umns. Kindly call for same: "Music"
"V. X.," "R. 8.," "Enquirer." "II. II,
"Horse and Surry," "C. A.." "OK.,'
"A. X," "W, F. I).." "T. A. C" "Ta
ble." "V. IV "C. K.." "W. II.." "T. O.. '
, ".I. O.." "No. 27," "X.," "W. R.," "A.,
j'T. 1). II.." "n."
PIANO TAUGHT BY EXPERIENC
. - a m 1 r r .. ...il..1. tMntlwui
ed TEACHER; new. unlck mcthou;
.1 month; special attention to adtut
beginners. Addiess box i10.
3WECDI8H MA8SAQE Miss Rln.t
Holing, Island Hotel, over Orpheiini
1 sorvaiory. gives iiiaiiu irnuui, i
month; special attention to adult Im
tinners. Add. Music, this ofuce.
NOTICE TO HUNTERS Ooat shoot
ing privileges for the Nanakull lands
are again offered to tho public.
Those wishing to secure pcrmltB
will bo lurnlshed with tickets upon
application at the office of The Dow
sett Company, Limited. W. F. Dil
lingham, treasurer. 1940-lm
mTssT C. KRUEQER Piano Instruc
tions; studio, Metropolo bldg., ll.'iO
Alnken St.; Tel. Main 345.
GET OUR PRICES on billiard and pool
tables before buying elsowhero; sold
011 easy payments. Our cushions nre
guaranteed for twenty years, and
are made by a new vulcanizing proc:
ess. Old tables fitted with our cush
ions are as good as new; satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded. Seo
our advertisement of "Manager
Wanted" for lawftil slot machine.
Palmer Billiard Table Works. Chi
cago. Ills. 1937-2ra
IF YOU HAVE a house for rent or
want to rent a house, seo A. R.
DINDT. Collections carefully at
tended to and promptly remitted.
Ollleo IIS Kiiahumunii street. 1893-1 f
NOTICE TO BUILDERS Tho Union
Express Co. has WHITE aAND FOR
NG GENTLEMAN having a few
hours' time would be pleased to pone
as model; refined find best of char
115.00 TO $18X10 A WEEK SALARY
f"r n", "t-.lllKviit man or woman
In ench town: permanent posltlu .
., lcutH h(ur f((r a ,,
jiunurnttiircr. box 78, Philadelphia
ian rvDFniFwrpn noFRimn nn
tin- S. j . typw rlter desires position
nsVorrespondent and bill clerk with
responsible house: dictation direct
to machine; familiar wft.1 bardnaro
boldness; best nferenceR; snlary
$75. Address Miss II.. SOI Powell
St.. Sun Francisco, Cal. ' 19.1Mw
WANTED Clerical position by gen
tleman of some business ability;
bookkeeper, timekeeper, collector nr
Hotel eleik; best preferences. Ad
mess M.r box 3S1, city. 1951-lvv
WANTED Position by a young lady
us stenographer: xperlenced. L.
IL. P. O. box 363. l'.'39-tf
MANAGER WANTED In every largo
county to appoint agentu for tho 10'
inous "Gumo o Skill" nickel slot
mnchlno for drinks or cigars; law
ful everywhere; takes place of all
forbidden slot machines. Rented or
sold on easy payments. Securo ter
ritory quick. Palmer Billiard Tnblo
Works. Chicago. Ills. 1937-2m
I WANTED To sell Diamond and Opal
! Rings, In the latest styles. Watches
repaired by a Jeweler or .13 years
experience. O. DIETZ, Fort street,
near Hotel. lfcns-if
ROOM AND BOARD.
THE METROPOLE, U.'.o Alnkea St.;
newly furnished rooms; electrle
light; terms reasonable. 195tM.ii
bell blk.. Fort St.. 316. 19J7-2.V
TO LET House at nresent occnnleil
by Mrs. D. Center, Young street ex-
tension ncnr McCully tract. Apply
12. F. Bishop, C. Brewer & Co., Queen
TO LET Newly furnished rooms!
mosquito proof, terms reasonable.
. Third house above German Bakery,
'ort St. 1030-tf
FOR RENT Seven-room' cottage; hot
and cold water; electric, llghU,
three minutes from car line. Apply
. ' - box 6r, 1957-lw
FOR RENT Two (2) story houses at
I "r '" i. suimiiie ior noutCKuup'
1)K ,n(mro on premUpgi N
TO RENT Six room cottage on Mat
tock Ave.; electric lights; sanitary
plumbing, etc. Apply 0. II., P. O.
box 3G3, 1939 tf
FOR RENT A now house on Arte
sian St., of six rooms with all mod
ern Improvements. Enquire, ot Clias.
, K. Frasher, Consolidated Soda
Works. . 1922-tf
NICELY furnished room, (5 month;
private, family; also front room, $10.
53 Vineyard 8t near Nuuanu.
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY
A Mpecliil lot of Knit Wool
MADE BY F. H. BACHMANN A.
CO.. BREMEN, GERMANY,
and brought to the Islands before
the United States tariff on wool
.We do not suppose that articles
of this quality could be obtained
In thP United Stntcs today, even
at wholesale, for anything like tho
price ut which we will close them
out this week.
Six colors White, Ecru, Cardi
nal, Maroon, Light Blue nnd Dark
The price, just half of what they
must needs hereafter be
ll. 25 each.
LAST CHANCE AT THE REM
NANTS. There are still n few remnants
left on our counters. One week Is
a short time to seU.the accumu
lated odds and ends of'Mx months,
so you will jet nnd some rich
TO LET G-room hotih on King St., '
$11. Room 38, Campbell Hlk.
TO LET fi-room house, with barn.
Nuuanu Ave Room 3S. Campbell
TO LET Warehouse space. 30x50
feet, fronting on Alakea ntret; suit
able for store or storage. Apply to
W. C. Gregg & Co.. C02 -inngenvvnld
FOR RENT lqm two-atory houso,
lust comideted; hot and cold water.
electric lights, servants' quartct'i
and stable; Klnau near Alapal 8U.
ApplyJTel. lObl Blue. JV,
HOUSE of 14 rooms. Union St,
Pacific Club; Broom cottage. Onrden
lane. M. L-. Bulletin, 13Stl-aw ,
AT THE ALOHA
Street, from l du to r..i P"Vi
IF you have a house for rent, or wnnt
to rent a house, call on A. II. BINDT,
office with Oulde Publishing Co..
Campocll block. Merchant St.. Tel-
qphone Main 374- 1817-U
" "" " . ,
fr-V-II gXt tl.
FOR SALE Cheap, one driving or lid-1
Ing pony, 7 or S years old. fcnund and
gentle. Apply .lawn Soda Work3.
Emma St l9''2-lv'
FOR SALE Ten Hne lots at
NUI, nbove Wyllle St; high an I
dry, with good outlook, and conve
nient to Rapid Transit. Apply t
FRANK 8. DODGE, 77 Merchant 3t.
FOR SALE Gentle driving norse. En
FOR 8ALE Ne and aecond-han-1
Smith Premier typewriters for Bale
or rent. All makes repaired. Wash
ington Light Co. 1959-lm
for sale, cheap.
Address K tills office
FOR 8ALE A thoroughbred llolsteiri
bull. Address F. F, this office.
FOR SALE Stclnway pnrlor grand
piano; perfect condition. Call on
Will E. Fisher. 1938 tf
FOR 8ALE Two phaetons in good
condition. One used only a short
time. Address "V. X..' Bulletin or
STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE Th.)
"Talula." as she now llos In the bar
bod Sho Is a nearly new boat. In
perfect working order, nnd has been
of lato used In towing at Kahuliil
harbor. W. II. Pain.
FRESH 8TRAW The Union Express
Co. has a lot of fresh rice straw for
FOR LEASE Premises on Union St..
with a frontage of 242 feet nnd n
depth ot 70 feet. Long term given
without onerous conditions. Apply
to J. M. ..lONSARRAT.
Rooms 20-21, Campbell block.
LOST Monday afternoon, a bunch
of key-H on Ileretanla St.. between
Alakea nnd Alapal Sts. Finder will
be sultubly rewarded by leaving
same at the Bulletin olllCe. 1U0J.21
L08T From King, near Alapal. small
white fox terrier puppy, hair blatl.
ami tan race; black spot on one eye.
Reward, J. Batchclor. 747 King.
FOUND Lady's breastpin. Ownr
'may Have same by calling at this of
lice, proving property and paylmt
cunt of advertisement. 19B2-if
JVuminas have been known for ages
a un article of diet, capable of being
prepared In various-ways with teitain
barbarlu skill, but recently science has
been brought to bear upon thl re
markable prolific member of the .fruit
kingdom, und the result Is that tbern
ure no less than twenty dishes, all, dif
ferent, capable of being prepared from
bananas In fact, a ten-course dinner
may be served, from soup to coffee;
muuc up wholly of variations of baua
Recently such a function was given
In New York by the Inventor of tha
'new desslcatlng process, A. F. Spawn,
.nn Albanian, who has spent twentyj
I years In various parts of the world per
fectlng vegetarian specialties.
The guests were the president of tin
American Vegetarian society, the Rev,
it. S. C11I11. of Philadelphia, and offi
cers nnd members of tho Naw York
Vegetarian society nnd other.
"People have no Idea of the nutrltl
oils properties of bananas," said 'he In
ventor of the new vegetarian food.
"Humboldt has said that fifty Soldiers
ran llvo and fight for one year (in the
product ot a single crop' from n nlnrla
ncre of landi there being nothln,i so
prolific as the banano tree. '
"Banana flo.ir contains 28 per rynt
nutriment than wheat Hour, re-
quiring but (ne-sclxth of the comino-
illtv to lirlnn about the same desired re-
..Bnnl,na, offer the grcattst lossl.
bllltlcs to the cultlvutor.
"It Is my proposition to i-Atalillsn a
nlr.n In va'rlous troplcnl countrlci
where banana products may be prepar
e f0r Rhlpmrht to various parts of the
w.or(, partlciilai ly where food If
6 , expensive-Alaska, for In-
u pMglw fQr n n)ln p
take enough bnnann food to laot him
L... mnnllw wlilln nn 11 nrnsnertlllg
tour through the remotest regions, as
the commodity will not spoil or freeze,
j.-or armj. an, nnVy use this product
will nrove of great advantage. By ex-
PUU-'trading R(l per cent of Hie water nnd
yet retaining all the nutriment of the
fruit. It Is a simple matter to grind up
the fibre and make of It a score of pal
atable dishes that cannot fall to satis
fy the most exacting taste. It may b
nerved as soup, bread, breakfast food,
Jam, butter, coffee and pastry.
-"Banana food products will be tht
salvation of the southern republics.
(Nothing compares to the yield per
nrrensre. mwl nt our nlnnt In Guatemala
J we take tho entire yield left over
rom t)le rPBar shipments. Million!
of tons of bananas are yearly lost
.through the failure of vessels to arrlvn
on time, tho fruit ripening in the
meantime and making It unpioutnhla
to risk shipment. Taking this ripe
fruit and preparing it by dessatlng
twelve tons Into one makes It avail
able for the whole world.
The following Is the menu of a ban
ana lunchepn recently given by Mr.
Spawn to the consuls of several South
American republics. It gives a fair
dea of the range nnd diversity of a
oanaiia vegetarian meai:
Vegetable1 -Soup. .
Sweet' Potato Patties, Banana Flitters,
'- Banana Bread. ,,
Banana Pndiilng. Pumpkin Pie.
- Sweet Potato Pie.
Banana Sugar Cookies.
Cocoanut Cake. Banana Fruit Cake.
Banana Cracker Wafers.
Banana Fruit Biscuit. ,
Banana Mush and Milk.
Banana nnd Cocoanut Fruit Stuffle.
Banana Confectionery. Banana Coffee.
New York Herald.
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Fiie English and American Goods
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, 65 Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu r
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Mrs. H. H. Williams
Art Embrolduy and Stamping,
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Love Building, Fort Street
J AS. F.
65 Queen St.
On Wednesday, October 9th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At my salesroom, 05 queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction n Inrr..
quantity of Household Furniture, con
sisting or Bedsteads, Bureaus, Wash
stands, Wardrobes, Sideboards, Ijirgo
Cano Veranda Chairs, In good order.
Chairs, Pictures, Flat-top Omcc Desk.
Tables, Sewing Machines, Rugs, Mn:
ting. Screen Doors, Japan Screens,
Mosquito Nets, Harness, single and
JAS. F. MORGAN.
ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, C5 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction a new
SERGES. TWEEDS. LININGS.
BUTTONS, ETC., ETC.
Jas- F. Morgan,
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pi Friday, October lltb,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, AS Queen street. I
will sell at Public Auction a very
choice lot or ASSORTED FERNS and
MR. C. J. LUDWIGSEN
AT AUCTION '
On Saturday, October 19th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
at my salesroom, 65 Queen street. I
will Bell nt Public Auction, tho ele
gant homestead of Mr. C. J. Ludwlg
sen. situated on tho corner of LUNA
L1LO and KEEAUMOKU streets.
The property faces 200 feet on Lu
nnlllo street. 180 feet on Kceaumol:".
street and 200 feet on Matlock street. '
Grounds are well cultivated an
nlcoly kept. "
Largo now dwelling nouso ,uuiuio
parlor and sitting room., dining ani
sowing room, kltcbon, pantry, otc.
Upstairs four spacious bedrooms,
with clothes-oIoBeU and bath.
Servants.' quarters on mo gruuaus.
a nnn oiiDortunny to obtain one of
the nicest residences in Honolulu.
For further particulars apply to
Jas. F. Morgan,
, and Broker
65 Queen St
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