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BVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T.. WEDNESDAY. OCT. 9, 1901.
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Lines of Travel.
Oceanic . Steamship Company
The steamers of this tine will arrive and leave this port as hereunder
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
rnOM SAN FRANCISCO. '
SIERRA OCT. ft
ALAMEDA OCT. 10
SONOMA'. . OCT. 13
ALAMEDA .NOV. 0
VENTURA" NOV. 20
ALAMEDA NOV. 23
Local iloat. 'Local lloat.
In connection with the sailing of tho above Btoamcrs, the agents are pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by nnyi rail
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
York by any steamship lino to all European ports.
FOR rURlHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. .6. Irwin & Go., Ltd.
GENERAL A0ENT8 OCEANIC 6. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Go. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
PERU OCT. 12 AMERICA MAUU OCT. 8
COPTIC OCT. 22 PUKING OCT. 16
AMERICA MARU OCT. 30 GAELIC OCT. 2.'
PEKING NOV. 7 HONGKONG M'AIIU NOV. 1
GAELIC NOV. 14 CHINA NOV. I)
HONGKONG MARU NOV. 28 DORIC NOV. J'J
CHINA NOV. 30 NIPPON MARU NOV. 21
DORIC . , DEC. 10 PERU ...DEC. 3
NIPPON MARU DEC. IS COPTIC . DEC. 10
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The Hawaiian Realty and
Maturity Co., Ltd.
General Agents for
The New Hampshire Fire Insurance
r. of Manchester, N. H,
A88ETS $3,367,026 27
Dealers In Real Estate, Loans, Mort
gages knd Etc.
Rooms 3 and 4, Mclntyro Dulldlnr,
Phone, Main HI. P. O. Box, 2C2.
(ill TO HIS (Ell
oUIKl 1 MERCY
Aiib irn. N Y.f Sept. 27. Czolgosz,
the murderer of President McKlnley.
who was sentenced to death In Auburn
Instruments Filed for Record Octo
ber 8, 1901.
Mrs. E. Barnard Mrs. P. Kalau-
okalanl . . , A.M
V. R. Castle, tr. H. E. Cooke. A.M.
H. E. Cooke L M. Kalllull ...Hel.
Trs. B. P. Dlshoi? V. O. Irwin...').
V. O. Irwin and wife Tr. JJ. P.
Bishop , D.
Jno. and J. C. Crowder Mrs. E.
Macfarlane ... ,....M.
E. C. Macfarlane ei al Mrs. E.
J. K. Gandall Jos. drharseh ..Hoi.
iong YiibLum et al Yee Hop Co.
Kauahl Cheng Yang Tim ...I).
N. Kanae et al E. Macfarlane ...D.
L. Kupau S. I. Shaw M.
Instruments Filed for Record Octo
ber 9, 1901.
W. C. AcliI and wife Lllla K. Ka-
K. L. Hutchlnion Olaa Sugar Co
Mrs. Kanlho Wagner Antonio Sllva
John Kanae samuel C. Allen . ...M
Recorded September 30, 1901.
J. Etnmvluth to J. I.oe; cancella
tion of lease: piece land, comer King
and Kekaullke streets, Honolulu. Oa
hit; $21. Book 22S. page 101. Dated
September 27, 1901.
J. Emmeltith to J. Love: mortgage,
portion R. P. Sb.'Li 1-2, Kill. to'. Kln.j
and Kekaullke streets. Honolulu, Oi
hit: $30110. etc. Book 227, page liv.
Dated September 2i, 11.
prison, arrived at tho prison at 3:15 0''n !n. ''T V, ca"1
i.-i.i .hi. ,! A.t, hin i.i celltlon of lease: piece land." cornel
o'clock this morning. After being M n, Kukui str.e"," ll,no
through a vindictive mob. assembled oahu. Book 219, page 213. Dated Si
hi lue prmun Kte, uenv uu uuiug uiui
From Vancouver anu Victoria, B. C.
(Tor Brisbane and Sydney.)
AORANOI OCT. 26
MOANA NOV. 2t
MIOWERA DEC. 21
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8: 8. CO.
H. HACKFIBLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of the abovo lino, running In connection wltu tho CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vanconver11. C and Sydney. N 8.jV..
and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Brisbane, aro DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
From Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, B. C
MOANA OCT. 23
MIOWERA NOV. 20
AOnANOI DEC. 1R
MOANA JAN. 15
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
Europe. For Freight and Passage end all general Information, apply to
Theo. H. Davlcs ft- Col, Ltd., Gcn'l Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
.S. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, Sailed. '
8.8. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail to sill Oct. IS. .
8. 8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, sailed from NEW YORK June 16; will
bad at PUO.ET' SOUND about SEPT. 1 for HAWAIIAN PORT8.
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, Soutli Brooklyn, at
all times. For Iurther particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Frelflht ABent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Injur. Czolgosz utterly collapsed and
was dragmd thrlcklng to a cell. At
2:30 o'clock 109 perxons were pacing
the platform at the depot at Auburn.
The roir of the approaching train,
mingled with the clattering of foot
steps on the pavement. Men cam
rushing from nil tlds, and soon a mob
The collapse of the murderer was a
surprise to eery one. On the route
from Buffalo he showed no Indication
of breaking down. He ate heartily of
tember 30, 1901,
George Lcurgu to Tan Younif
Fong; lease; portion Kul. 11215. A p. t,
corner River and Kukul street. Hone
lulu, Oahu; twentv ears at $15)! Hook
228, page 16i. Dated August 13. 190,.
Recorded October 1, 1901.
Chlng Mou Yul to Sing Fat Co.,
assignment of lease; piece land, por
tion R. P. 142. Kul. 1592, Fort strejt,
Honolulu. Oahu: $1"". Book 22$. page
108. Dated September 30, 1901.
Yoshlkawa Company to l.aupahoc
hoe Sugar Company; chattel mort
gage ; eane. etc., la agreement. North
lllln llnuntl, 11 nn.1 nilimipo. fit
sandwiches and smoked cigars when '12200. Honk S2ti. nam 417. Dated
not eating. He talkid some and ex- July 2, 1900.
prefsed regiet for his crime. Ho said: I. II. Kahlllna ahd wife to C. Spied:
"I nm especially sorry for Mrs. McKln- els & Co.; mortgage; Grant 758, U-pi
Ipv," lull, Koolau, Kauai, portion R, P. S.IS'J.
He reiterate his former statement I ?,4; -5I,,.aU'Ll.a,1?"' J?a"'i
fjtfw, tlilcv unit uuv null jvam ui a
per cent. Book 22, page 121. Dated
September 23. lEnil.
that he had no actompllces, and dc-
rlared that he had never heard of the
man under arreit In St. Louis, who Union Feed Company, Limited, to
claimed to have tld th handkerchief the Bank of Hawaii, Limited, trtistu;:
oer his hand, concealing the plstol'mortgage; R. P. til) I. I.. C. A. to Kc
with which thft Present was shot. He. kuanaoa for V. Kamamaln: Patent
savs the handkorofcl-I was, not tied. JGrant ?" ?;"' I'1"" ( '"?:"
l .. l,,.l,lJ ,, Tm.,l ,. t...l a. 1M1BU mji II. I'. HiUIIU-n-l.. Ill
'' ' fol-o ill tn mIi-f
arranged the handkerchief so as to
hide the weapon, aad tlien took tils
place In the crowd.
B Jailer Mitchell at sent this mes
sage to bi father- "Tell him I am
sorry I left hlra (.jph a bad nnmc."
MANY A MOTHERS WISH.
Can Save V
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
TWO TRAINS DAILY'
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York,
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Can, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent
lSITThlrd street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK. General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
I. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
TOD CAN DO IT NOW
Many a mother of a pevluh, restless
sickly child has wUhed that her little
one was is strong and rugged as an
I Indian babe. Such mothers can make
their children strong and well, if they
rid the child s system o fworins, which
cause nine-tenths of children's trou
bles. Klcknpoo Indian Worm Killer
will do it For centuries-the Indians
used It to maek their babes rugged,
powerful, fearless. What it has dono
for the child of the forest it wilt do
for tho child of the civilized cure.
1 That Is what 1th as been doing for
t earr. You can get it of your druggist
I for 25 cents. Be sure to got tho gen-
, utne. The child's II to U too precious
I to trifle with, worthless substitutes
Hobron Drug Co , agents for Ktckapoo
THE INTER -ISLAND
,1s transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM BATE 18 $3.
HoiolMli Office, 315 Fert St.
TBL., MAIN 131. "
Messenger will call (or your message
Honolulu Rapid Transit
and Land Company.
School Children's Tickets
Half fare Hchool children's tickets
may be purchased from tho conductors
on tho cars, or at tho company's olllco
on Alanal street. These will be good
for tho transportation of school chil
dren up to 17 years of ago in goln?
to and coming from school, between
the hours of 7:30 and 9:30 a. m, an J
1 and 2:30 p. m. on regular school
C. C. Ballentync. -
1938-lra Mgr. H. R. Y. & L. Co.
Hawaiiai Tramway's Time
' KING STREET LINE.
Cai Lav. Wllklkl lor town It III. 6 II. 6 it A
.nd every is minuiet inereaner u i !..$
J Those who appreciate the
class of photographic work
MISS CAROLINE FHSKINS
are cordially invited to inspect
specimens of her skill in her
reception room at the rear of
KING BROS.' i
Art Stoie and
120 Hotel St
Don't forget Csmarluos of tho Cali
fornia Fiulj Market when you want
fruit and egetab1es, He alwas has
on hand a fresh bupplj of both Califor
nia and Island fruit. Telephone Main
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in, YIJT .5 HII.IUI.B IHII..IICI 111 .. ..... ..
lijSPM from Wa kikl go to the Punahou bublei
l.ri leave k Kang. or rawaa swticn lor lown ai
j itA M ami .very ii mlnutrilnirealterHll it otp M
Car. leave Fort ani Klnotrtrtt corner for Palami
at6io AM. and every is minute, alter till n .)
ura leave lor f aiama only at and 3 10 A M
Lara leave Halama for Walk kl 1 1 A H and even
ti nlnuttf till ojipa. then at 10 11 and 10 11 f-.M
The 11 11 F M from Pelama lor Pinihou, only get
to Walklklon Saturdati '
t.ar leave ron anj Knz iireeta corner rot nine
Kance at 3 i and 1 1 A M.
lekaulla Btreet, Honolulu. Oahu; JUD,
Will, three )eais at 7 per cent. Boo'f
7. page 1G2. Dated October 1. 1001
Recorded October 2, 1901.
A. J. Lopes to Chang Hong Kvi;
lease: portion It. !'. 501!), Kul. 1111,
l.llllia street. Honolulu, uaiiu; tuenty
jeais at $22 per month. Book 223,
page 171. listed October 1. lWU.
M. I'i lloiiinson et nl. to I'lina sit
gar Compan, Limited; deed; llvv
pieces land aiid four leaneholds. Punt
Hawaii: l and 155 shares runa augur
Company, 1 lilted. Book 2J3, pago
474. Dated September 17. 1901.
Kckle Amara et al. to Oahu Ilallna
& Laud Co.; deed; forty feet right-of-way
across Kill. 9917, Kawalloa, Wala
Ilia. Oahu; $175. Book 223, page 47S.
Dated September 1, 19ol.
Sing Wo & Co; copartnership deed;
dry goods and nu-ichandUe, Nuuanii
street. Honolulu, Oahu: capital $lv.
ODD. Book 224. page 355. Dated Sep
tember 26. 1901.
Wong Kwal to Houg Kal; leasj,
pieces land. Piiheemlkl. Koolauln
Oahu; ten yeais at JOun. Dated Orto
her 1, 1901.
Recorded October 3, 1901.
O. Akuna and wife to Mew Keo;
deed; Ap. 13. It. ! 49t. Grant 4fi3.
Katnaole. Kula. Maul; $I2i)i). Hook
225, page 33.'. Dated Ma 31. 1901.
Recorded October 4, 1901.
Kmalla'and hunband to Chlng Hlng
Compaii); deed; Ap. 1. It. I'. 1375
Kul. 2.116. Kaneohe. Konlaupokn Ov
liu; $120. Book 225. pago 31. Datel
September 21, 1901.
Trustees Oahu College to O. B. Mc-
Clellan; deed; lot 1. block 19. Collogd
Hills tract, Honolulu, Oahu; $6j0
Book 225. page 3JI. Dated October 1.
I'aaono and wife to Thomas Alu;
deed; It. P. 1864. Kailua. Noith Kona.
Hawaii; $351. Book 2.'5, page 334.
Dated March 12.' 1901.
T. Alu and wife to Chan Chow;
deed; R. P. 1SG4. Kalluai North Komi,
Hawaii; $500. Book 22. page 337.
Dated July 17. 1901.
In the Polite Court this forenoon.
Tong Sung, a Chinaman who was
Matching the proceedings before Judge
Wilcox, v.ns sentenced to four hours'
ImpiUoument at hard labor on the
charge of lomempt of court. The fel
low bud -its hat on in the court room.
IN MM OF NTH
Captain John Boss has faored the
Bulletin with four In Memorlam cir
culars of the Military Order of the
Lo) at Legion of the United States, the
subjects of which are, respectively:
William McKlnley, President of the
United States; John Irwin, Bear Ad
miral, U, S H.i Henry Anthony Bart
lett. Major. U. S. Marine Corps re
tired; Albert Jenks. Lieutenant Col
onel. SGth Illinois Cavalry.
In each case the place and date of
birth, tho army and nny record and
the standing In the l.ojnl Legion of the
subject Is ghen, followed b an official
minute describing his career and per
Fonal qualities. Recently the Bulletin
gate, from the Army and Nay Cazetto
the record of Major Bartlett, who near
the end of his das Ihed a few e.irs
Admiral Irwin, who died last July,
had visited Honolulu not many cars
pieUous. He was a brother of R. W.
J r win. for many jenrs Hawaiian Min
ister to Japan. Captain Boss, besides
being a comrade of Major Bartlett,
eru'd In the same squadron with Ad
miral Irwin in the war of tho rebel
lion, when the latter was a lieutenant
commander. "Admiral Irwin wns CD
ears old at death, having begun ser
vice In the navj as midshipman when
a little over fifteen ears of age.
SIERRA FROM COAST
The Oceanic steamer Sierra, after i
ery pleasant trip from San Krancism.
arriud this morning bringing a big
mall, many passengers and a eond
deal of freight. News of the yacnt
races so anxiously awaited came )n
hci, as did news of the termination
of tho strike In San Kranclsco Tho
steamer will Ball this afternoon lit
u o clock lor the Colonies.
The Sierra brought tho following
cargo for this port: 2 boxes east, u
cases butter, 1 case butter, 5 tuhi
butter, 1 case osters, 710 packaged
and 3 cases dressed meats, 3 barrels
tongues, 25 tierces hams nnd bcllti,
50 fiozen cattle, 2 cases grapes, 1
raso o)Hters. 314 packages riult and
vegetables, 1 case ti) stirs, I caro
cheese, I case oysters, 4 cases vege
tables, 5 barrels fish, 21 cases butter,
15 boxes grapes, 33 boxes grapes, 1
case ojsters, 2 trunks. 1 package, I
cases merchandise. 2 boxes fruit, 1
trunk, 2 boxes merchandise, 1 box
Cktures, 1 box meichandlse, 2 tas'M
butter, 50 hoxes butter, 2 boxes but
ter. 1 box butter, 5 boxes chltkeiu
3 boxes turkeys. .14 crates grapis, t
boxes peaches. 5 bov.es plums, ,1 box
O) stern, 107 boxes fruit, 20 tralta
grapes, 5 boxes butter, 1 coop chle.i
ens, 40 packages various, 14 package h
pa pels. N
The following firms nnd persons re
ceived freight in the Sierra: J. T.
Schnlder, C. J. i.ay & Co, Joho do
Avelra. II. J. Nolte, Metropollt.i.i
Miat Co. J. M. l.ovy. Henry May
ft Co. Low Is & Co, Bishop &. C.
Hawaiian Sugar Cd. Wnltcrs. Wall
run & Co. Dr. J. H. Mclirew, no i its infancy, let many fortunes havu
bron Drug Co. Dr. u. II. Cooper, vviui; been mado by Judicious and lucky In
Takes the Life oit of a Man.
'Have Yea Got It?
Nearly every man has Varicocele
more or le. The crldcnco of It In
a swelling of the veins, a dragging
sensation when standing, a pain In tho
back, extreme nervousness, and a gen
eral exhaustion of the flro and vitality
which Is the portion of jouth. Thcio
nre thousands of 'half men," made ,o
Dr. McLaughlin's Electric Belt
Cures Varicocele The "Dr. McLaugh
lin method." used In treating this mal
ady, allows no chance of failure. It
cannot fall. Klvo thousand say It cur
ed them. So will vou. Act today, ns
each day this disease Is sapping tho
ver blood out of vour body.
I guarantee a cure If I say I ca'i
cure. I don't ask any one to take
chances on my Invention. It docsn t
cost vou anv thing If 1 fall.
If ou aro tired of treatments that rail. I want vou to study my
plan, and when J on see ho sensible It Is. rome and try it. Call and
see the new Mclaughlin Belt, and let me explain how-1 cure. If yon
can; or, If not, write for the free book, telling about Varicocele.
Dr. M. G. McLaughlin, ffifttSi'Sn
Br '-fijK aa-fifri v
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H LHh islCWsilllHXJsM sFTrssi! 1 M hIH 1 k tsHlBBBll
EsV slH fm&MmM psM V mIUV.BfV
At the er trance
to the Famous
lao Vallev. ni
easy taxti t
volano In tha
WorM. - - - .
for Tourists ni
A. T. HAGBNKAMP.
ISLAND OF MALI.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coiling Oil
Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, completely sur
rounded b as rich oil producing wells
as there are In the State, jleldlng from
50 to 250 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at tho Coal-
Ingn wells, ,0 cents per barrel,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Lung. Wing Sing. James F.
MrB. M. W. Ischyde.
T Will NOT WAIT
-There was a case tn the Police Court
this forenoon In which J. A. Magoon
had been retained ns attorney. Mr.
KaulukoAi explained to Judge WIU ox
that Mr. Magoon was busy In the Cir
cuit Coutt and could not be present
Just then. Tho case was allowed to
wait for n half hour or so and was
again called. Stllltherc was no Ma
goon. It was then that the Judge de
livered himself ns follows: ,
"Whcn-l first took my sent In this
court, attorneys were In the hnblt of
complaining because an officer was not
sent to notify them at Jtist what hour
their cases were to be tried. We have
broken up nil that kind of buslnesj
'Mr, Magoon and law) erg of that
class seem to think that tho District
Court was made for their special bene'
fit. This Is one of those old Hawaiian
bumps on a log that will have to be
smoothed off,. We wilt wait for no one
here. When a case Is called, the at'
torney retained must be here,"
The undersigned, having bein duly
appointed Administrator of lue es
tate of Henry Congdon. late o( Hono
lulu. Island of Oahu. deceased, notion
I ti tinrntiif frlwtt tn alt Atant
With twenty flVO producing Wells or.nreaont tlmlr rlnlm ni-nln.l th
UOO banels each per da, jou'eau "tate of said Henry Congdon, oeceav-
mai.o vour own calculation as to ei . duly authenticated, whether nrrnr.
ed by mortgage or otherwise, to the
undersigned, nt his nmru an Merchant
striet. In the city of Honolulu, lslan-1
of Oahu, within, six months from tho
date hereof, or they will lie forever
barred, and all persons Indebted u,
said cstato ar hereby requested ts
make Immediate payment to tho un
dersigned. CHARLKS PHILLIPS,
Administrator Estate of Henry
Dated Honolulu. Sept. 30. 1901.
1951 Oct. 2. 9. It). 23. 30.
The oil Industry of California Is In
Cr ktvt I art tni King trte' corner for Wlklkl
jam ana every ij minutet tin to oP. m tnen At
mill 'gPM. Tt litis PM, KG to WtikJetl
BERETANIASTRCETAND: JUANU VALlbYf
Cart If av Punahou Stjbl I 'Town it i ini
for Town and Valley at $ 40 j 50 o ao 6 49 t anl
Cart leave Oah-t College for tow,. iJ Valley at
6 jo 6 50 ani tioAM ani ever) 10 mil es till 1 10
PM except the even hour ani half, hour cart which
run from the Stable,
Cart leave Nuuanu Vat ley at 6 iq 6 jo 6 50 A.M ani
every 10 minutes thereafter till 10 ja p M
(.art leave rort ana uueen tueeit ror runanou
College at 6 of 6 tj 6 41 A M ani eery 10 nlnuiet
alter till 9 4J P M After that the cart run tithe
Stable up to 11 50P M, which It the lat car from Town,
reaching the Stable at 11 )oPM
O R. & L. Co.
Fiom and after January 1, 1899.
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR I8LAND PORTS.
The Evening Bulletin, 76 cents par
ei Sun DAILY en Sun UAItv DAILY
AM A VI. A.M I' VI M
(Inward) ex Sun
K.lwlcu , ....
Honolulu .,, .,.
F C. SMITH, aen'l I'ass. & Ticket Agt.
O. P. DENISON, Superintendent
HI'S i is no
" 141 lo
itoo . os 6 lo
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DAILY DAILY PAILY
AM l M P.M
SIS .... tO
I 10 .... . !o
t 10 .. 55
7 41 I 05 4 It
Sot I JO 4 54
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vestments In oil stock. Many nioro
will he made In tho near future.
The average advanco on original
sales of oil stock In twenty leading
companies In California has "been
from $1 to tlQS per share.
Oil lands have advanced from 11.25
to $1,000 and $2,000 per acre.
when the Pacific Union Oil Com
pany has a number of producing wells
on Its property. Its stock will have
the natno show for even a greater ad
ance, as some oil stock has advanced
from $1 to $1,500 per share.
The Pacific Union Oil Company n,i3
no salaried officers, and Is- controlled
hy well known gentlemen of Integrity, Tho undersigned will receive bid
who will see tnat the money derived .up to 12 o clock Saturday. October It
r...... .1 .t . ...! ..lit f.r 1. I 'fnr tlin mimliflBn nl tlin nmna.tr ,nA
11UIII UIU BUIU Ul RUIVh Will UU ll'KIW-i- ' ,.--... w. ... ,..M,... ...
mately applied to tho development of 'effects of tho Honolulu Stock-yards
TENDERS TO PURCHASE.
I'oi further Information,- apply tn J.
H. KISHKIt & CO. Stock nnd Ilonil
Urokers, and Hawaiian agents for tho
sale of a limited amount of Pacific
Union Oil Company stock. Stangeu
vvald building. Merchant street.
THAT EWA M DISEAS
Hottfte (uho lias received an unwelcome Invitation far the following Thur.
day): 'Thank you o much, but m liuabuud and I have a luim stan litis n
rageinent for that day."
Husband (In dlHlnme, who Is also bdns asked, replies lou ll )J 'My t(
and I will be charmed to come. I am suro we huve no engagementi for that
day." -(Calllnr to wife): 'Have we. dear?"
The. hog distemper In Ewa district Is
said by a resident of Pearl City to bavo
abated. It prevailed chiefly in the
ranches nt Pearl City and was al its
height two weeks ago. The principal
losers have been Antono Andrade, the
driver of the Peninsula branch locomo
tive, J, Srhwantk, formerly well-known
h n liu in boat nin n In Honolulu haibor.
and a Chinese rancher. The loHsea are
more heavily felt owing to the hard
times the ranchers have been having
from the scarcity and high prices of
Although at first supposed to be
cholera, the distemper Is now heltevei1
to have been something eUe and ptol
ably due to local causes.
THE SONOMA IILRH.
Tho Oceanic steamer Sonoma" from
the Colonies arrived off the harbor late
last night ami tame to an anchorage.
This morning early she was boarded hy
the pilot and doctor and nt 7 o'clock
was alongside the wharf. The vessel
left Sydney on September 24th, Auck
land on the 28th and Pago Pago on the
2d Inst. She experienced a fine trip to
poit nnd has a great many passengers
aboard. Several are for this port
Among them being Dr. and Mis. It. P,
Meyers or the through pavenger
are Congiessman Kugene 1 Loud and
VALUABLE PIECE OF
Situate on Beretanla Street Near Ala-
pal Street. In Honolulu, Oahu.
HY V1RTUK OV AN OltDEH. is
sued out of tne Circuit Court of tho
First Judicial Circuit, Hon. George 1).
Rear presiding. In a causo nt cham
bers entltleii Adelaide Htiill-r et al.
vs. Joseph Clarke et al.. Equity Divi
sion, Number liOS, tho undersigned
will sell at Public Auction to the high
est bidder, subject to confirmation by
ON SATUIIDVYOCT. 12. tf'OI,
AT 12 O CLOCK NOON,
At tho mauka entrant e to tlm Judl
claiy building In said Honolulu, the
following described pleto of real es
tate, to wit:
llelng portion of land contained l-i
(rant 281, at uulaokahua. Ileglnulng
at a point on mauka side of Deretanla
street 300 feet from E. angle of Bere
tanla and Alapal streets, thence mu
ring: N. 21 12' E. true bearing 150 feet
along Lot No. lid,
S. i,S' 48' E. true bearing 80 feet
along Lot No. ITU.
8. 21 12' V. true bearing 150 feet
nlong division I-ot 2,
N, i,8 48' W. true bearing 80 feet
along Ileietanla Btreet to Initial point,
less what has since been conveved lo
Mrs. K. Lazarus.
The lot now Is about SS feet moro
ni less on Ileretnnla stmt and 15)
feet mote or loss In depth and Is lo
cated on the Walklkl side of lot nun
o milled by Mrs. A. L. King.
Terms of sale are raBh In Unltol
Stutes Rold Coin; that ten (10) pjr
rent of the amount1 be paid on tho day
of sale, and deed nt expenso of pur
cl aser, I'pnet price $3,500,
In tho football game between the ., ru' "'" "icinr enquire o
Unlveislty of California and the He-ZliZy building '
llancetcum plaed Sept. 28, neither. Dated Honolulu.' Oahu. Oct. 7. 1901.
side scored. Stanford defeated the J. A. THOMPSON,
Olvmplcs by a j'-orc of C to 0. l961-5t Commissioner.
Company, either as a wholo or In tarts.
Property Includes lino corner lot oz
South and King streets.
Horses. Mules and Carriages, QJHoa
Furniture, etc., etc.
8end bids to office of Jas. F. Mor
gan. 65 tjucen street, where luvea
tory can bo seen.
JAS. F. MOROAJi.
C. A. IHCE.
SALE OF SEAT IN HONOLULU
STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE.
Tho undersigned will receive tf
fers to purchaso the seat of C. S.
Falk, Esq, as a member of the Ho
nolulu Stock and Ilond Exchange.
Membership In tno Exchange en
titles the holder to an insurance vt
Salo subject to confirmation by the
Further particulars nt the una
signed, to whom offers to purcha-,3
should bo addressed prior to Wednes
day, October 10. 1901.
JA8. F. MORGAN.
President Honolulu Block aad HonJ
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Ilromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund the money If It
falls to euro. E. V. Orove's signature
Is on each box, 25 cents.
The annual stockholders1 meeting o'f
tho Honolulu Stock-yards Co, Ltd.
will be held nt tho company's office.
Mng street, Honolulu, on Wednesday
October IB. 1901, at 10 o'rlock a. in
Iluslness oi Importance rcciulrli.-K a
full attendance of stockholders.
JAMES F. MORGAN.
1959 Oct. 4. 9, 15.
Notlco Is hereby given that on or
about tho 11th day or October, A. I)
1901, tho undersigned, doing business
unuor tho firm namo of Shoon Hoy
Co. will purchase tho entire Interest
and good-will of tho business of Kan
Kim Tal, better known as "Aklna."
doing business under the firm name oT
Sam Wo Hop Kce, Bltuated at Paalo
kal, Walalua, Island of Oauu. Any
person or persons having claims
against tho said Kam Kim Tal or AUI
na, or against Sam Wo Hop Keo, are
required to present their claim tu
sold Sara Wo Hop Keo Co.
SHOON HOP & CO.
Hy CHIN kIM YaP BOW.
Doted Oct. 5th. 1901. 1901-lt
'Madame A. Schoellkopf.
WILL TEACH FRENCH
In classes or private lessons.
Residence Extension of Hotel St,
opp. Adventltt Church.
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