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KVKNIKO BTTLtBTIN. HONOLULU. H. T., WEDNESDAY, OCT. 9, 1901.
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READY FOR USE
Cumes In all tints and shades.
B. O. HALL & SON,
Hurt Street, Nc.vt door to IthlcrH.
Hawaiian Engioeering and Construction Go.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834.
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and Re
ports made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction;
Plans and Specifications and Estimates' Prepared, and Constriction Superin
tended, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Report 0
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Soc 0. B.,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR.. Scretary and Treasurer.
Everybody likes good things to cat
Wo have Just opened a Una assortment
come of the flloliig'klnd:
C. J. DAV & CO,
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN b)
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
These are tho only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, nil
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectrcabte from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS 0!
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge of a Special
ist Give tis a call, and you will find
ua to do exactly as wo advertise. W
ulll tell you In advance exactly what
your work will cost by a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth $5 00
Gold CrovvnH ...SS.O0
Gold Filling 8I.O0
Silver Fillings SOc
Our name nlono will be a guarantee
hat your work will be of the best
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street.
LADD5S IN ATTENDANCE.
SOME OTHER FELLOW'S
; It you don't get 11 rig lit
Stock Yards Co. nnd tnkc
her for 11 drive,
8wcllest turnouts In town furn
ished on n 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,
30T Stondcnwulcl Building.
TEL. MAIN 7
For You !
and It's our mildness to sell them.
of cookies and biscuits, Including
Orange Cookies, Etc.
Canton. Ohio. ScM. 27. Secretary
Cortelyou came here today to assltt
Mrs. .McKlnley In disposing of mat
ters connected with the late Presi
dent's estate. Afti-r meeting Mrs. .Mc
Klnley. the question of filing tho will
was iunen up. me trjlng task ol
reading It to her was undertaken by
the faithful sitietary. Mrs. McKlmcy
mado a herulc effort to bear up an
succeeded In doing so, although the
ordeal was hard for her. Tonight she
is resting well.
All the legal formalities necessary
nir iier ui suuscnuc to weio d SDauid
of. This afternoon Judge Day an.l
Secretary Cortel)ou went to tho officii
of the Probate Judge and offered the
will of President McKlnley for pri
vate. They carried with tbeni the fol
lowing: "I. Ida .McKlnley, widow- of William
McKlnley, deceased, hereby dtcliu-)
tho administration or his estate and
recommend the appointment of Wil
liam H. Day and George U. Cortely iu
as administrators, with the will au.
ThiB recommendation bears the dato
of September 27, 11)01. Following Is
the text of President McKlnley' will:
Executive Mansion. Washington, P
C. I publish tne following as my lat
est will nnd testament, hereby retort
ing all former wills:
'io my beloed wile. Ida S. McKln
ley, I bequeath all of my real estate,
wherever situated, and the Income of
nny personal property of which 1 niax
bo possessed at death, during her nat
ural life. I make the following clinrga
upon all ot my property, both real nnd
personal: To pay my mother during
her llfo 11000 a )uti-, and at her death
said sum to be paid to my sister. Melon
McKlnley. If the income from prop
erty be Insufficient to keep my wife In
great vomrort and pny the annuity
above provided, then I direct that
ttucb of my property be sold so as to
make a sum adequate for both pur
poses. Whatever property -remains nt
the death of my wife I give to my
brother and sisters, share and shai'i
alike. My chiet concern Is that mv
wife, from my estate, shall have all
she requires for her tomfoit and
pleasure, and that my mother shall la
provided with whatever money she ir
quires to make her old age comfort
able and happy.
Witness my hand and seal, this 22d
day of October, lk7, to my last will
and testament, made at the city ji
Washington, I). C.
The foregoing will was witnessed by
us this 22d day of October, H97, at tho
ruiuotl ot tne testator, and his nam.'
signed hereto In our presence ami our
tdgnaturcs hereto in bis presence.
O. I). COHTELl'O.
It Is given nut on authority thai
tho McKlnley estate Mill total 1225.00')
to 1250,000, including lire Insurant or
(07,000. Aside from the J6 1,000 men
tioned, tbo estate consists of real 'es
tate here and contiguous to Canton
and of deposits In Washington banks.
Monday morning has been fixed by
the Probate Court for a hearing prior
to probating the will. Then, It U ex
pected. Secretary Cortelyou and Judvo
Day will be finally appointed admlnu
t tutors of the estate, with thu will an
noted, and will give bonds. The will
Is' in the Presnient's own handwriting,
and is on Executive Mansion lcttur
During my temporary absence from
this Tenltory Mr. E. I. Spalding will
act under full power of attorney far
the Hank of Claus Snreckels & Co.
1863-lw W. Q. IRWIN.
C. R Hemenway
OFFICE 406 JUDD BUILDING.
TEL. 314 MAIN.
Weather Bureau, Punahou, October
9. Temperature Morning mlnlmuir,
72; Midday maximum, 82.
Ilarometer at 9 a. m. 29.99. Falling.
Dew Point 67F.
Humidity nt 8 a. m. 07 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Oc
tober 9. Weather hazy; wind fresh
Tuesday, October 8.
Schr. Kalulanl. from Ewa.
Stmr. Lahua, Napala, from Molokal
Am. bkj. Planter, Chase, 2J dayj
fioni San Francisco.
Wednesday, October 9.
O. S. S. Sierra, lloudlette, trot)
O. S. S. Sonoma, Van Oterendorp,
Irom tho Colonies.
Stmr. twalanl, Greene, from Kauai.
Tuesday, October 8.
Am. schr. Mary E. Foster. Thomp
son, for San FranJsco.
Stmr. CUvidlne, Parker, for Maui
Stmr. Mlkahala, Gregory, for Kauai
Stmr. Nllhau, Thompson, for Ami
bola. SUmr. Walaleale, Plltx, for Koloa.
Schr. Lady, for Kauai ports.
U. S. A. T. Hancock, Stronro,
from San Francisco.
Schr. KawalTatil. fnr Koolati ports.
Schr. Mltle Morris, ror Koolati port
3. S. Sierra, Houdlette, lor the Col
onies; p. ra.
For Maul ports, per stmr. Claudlnc
October 8. Dr. Raymond, J. J. Hnlr
.Mrs. F. C. Allen, Miss Paul, Miss I.
Mahl, Mrs. K. Paneut, Professor Koo
bele, E. Fanetif, Father James, II. P.
Baldwin. James T. Taylor, David Kli
kona, K. Muraoka, Mrs. K. Lanl and
child. For Keauao Mrs. Kelki. Fot
liana J. R. Meyers.
For Kauai ports, per stmr. Mlk.t
hala, October 8. Miss L. E. Wilcov
Mrs. C. M. Cooke, Miss .Alexander,
Father Cummeran, Mrs. N. Alapal. R.
W. Dlller, S. Murphy, Charles Gay,
Mrs. Sorenson, Theodore Cooke, Alio
Cooke, Father Adalbert, D. Neal. l
A. Long, J. McCandless, Sing Koi
J. K. Nakaha.
From San Francisco, per O. S. S.
Sierra, October !. O. A. Raker, C.
A. Drown, Mrs. Drown, Mrs. W. 11
Ilrowne, Miss Brunnermann nnd
maid, F. Burgess, Mrs. K. C. Cop
W. C. Crook, Jr.. E. F. Dlchl, Mib.
S. W. Dowsett, H. R. Dunlway, Mis.
E. L. Duterbre, J. A. Fenger, Mrs.
Fcnger and child, J. W. Ferguson, II.
T. Gilbert, J. A. Gllman, Mrs. J. W.
Gunn, Sam Henry, Mrs. F. E. Ho
bron. F. W. Hodglns, II. G. Holt.
W. H. Hoogs, R. Jamison, F. D. Kel
lorn. Miss C. Schuman, Mrs. C. K.
Shntto, Miss N. Simpson. Miss A.
Smith, Miss K. Smith, W. O. Smith,
Mrs. Smith, Master Smith, Mrs. O. J.
Stone, E. J. Stone. T. F. Sturdevaiit.
Mrs. Sturdevant and child. Miss hi.
Sutter, J. A. Kennedy, II. W. Lake
Mrs. Lake and son, J. Lando, Dr. W.
I.lvlngstcln. A. McKlbbln, J. L. Mc
Lain, Mrs. McLaln and two children.
Miss S. E. MeNenr, Dr. F. II. Mor
rill. E. S. Muckley. Mrs. Muehley
and two children. II. C. Mers, Mre.
A. G. Newton. F. E. Nichols, Rev.
G, L. Pearson, Wm. Plerson, A. Ra
phael, .Mrs. Raphael, Mrs. E. C.
liayner, Miss S. Robertson, I. Hoseu
berg. Mrs. Rosenberg and child. V.
L. Tenney. Mrs. Vernon L. Tonn'ev
nnd child, II. J. Thorn. Mrs. Thorn,
.Miss A. Tipton, Mrs. Waller. Mrs.
L. Welsmon. Paul Westphal, II. F.
WIchman, .Mrs. Wlchman, three clil!
dren and Maid; Miss M. Wilcox, Mies
.M. Wilson. J. Zantgraf, L. H . Stew
art, Jlrs. M. W. Tschudi. M. Vlerr.i,
J. 8. Walker. W. R. Waters. M.b.
Waters and three children, G. M.
Watson, H. S. Wheeler. Mrs. Wheel
er, Miss ,M. A. Williamson. For Ho
nolulu J. R. Ilallnrd. Mrs. Hallard.
J. E. llarges, Capt. D. F. Chapman,
.Mrs. 11. 1.. Clarke. I . A. Curran. .Mit.
J. Farnsworth, D, Ferris, I. Gooding,
.Mrs. M. Hennlng. Jno. Howson, Y.
M. Jaouen, Mrs. Jnouen, W. Jarvls,
.Mrs. Jarvls and child. Mrs. J. IC.
Lewln, II. V. Morgan. Miss 1. M.
Poston. T. J. Qulnn, II. . Rhodes.
From the Colonies, per O. S. a. S
noma, October 9. Mr. Hunter nnd
wife. Miss Kane, R. Pichotsch. MaJ-
amerielle Call. Dr. 11. P. Meyers and
wire, u. itussell and valet. Mr. Rag-
miisscn. Through ror San Francisco
Hon. E. F. Loud and wife. W. S.
Bell. T. W. Bell. W. Stevens. W.
Comslock, E. Elklugton, T. H. Bry
ant, 1. it. uuiionger, l.lcut. Drakl.--koff,
1.11. N.; Miss Lcavy, G. Gamble
and wire, D. K. Ingles, A. C. Ar
mour, Mrs. Clark. Miss Coil-brook.
From Kauai ports, per stmr. liana
lei, October 9. W. A. Kinney. Aki,
F. Liles. Mrs. A. Abreu. Mr. M. !.!
luhl, Matter J. Blnckstad and 8 deck.
Ro; ol y nt Vancouver.
Vantomer. B. C. Sent. 30. The
Duku and Duchess of Cornwall com
pleted their transcontinental tonr
wcHtwaid' today, and are tho ciusts
of the people of uncouver.
New' York, Sent. 30. Explanatory
or the enlistment problem, tho London
couepo!icnt or the Trlbuno says:
The re-enlistment of the imperial eo
men Is not proceeding nt a rate to
suit "'o military authorities. Very
few sound men are forthcoming, on I
It is doubtful whether the order will
have any real effect. Numbers or ii'i
nt men havo offered to rejoin, but as
Lord Kitchener does not want th.ni,
the War Office has nad to refuse their
services. Dining the last fourteen
days only 100 men have been re en
listed. The men of the? old yeomanry
10 not thln,k the terms, 5 shillings a
day, good enough, as there Ib no sou-
aiate allowance for families. Medical
ly unlit yeomanry have been arrlvlui;
In shoals trom South Africa, every
transport bringing somo home. Out ot
111,000 men, 1200 have been sent back
as useless. 'No doubt when the par
ties responsible for passing these mon
are found censure will be very seveio.
London, Sept. 28. Perhaps one of
the leasons that the DrlJJh, who ain
so frequently reported as being In
pursuit, fail to overtako tho BoerH in
South Africa, Is found In a remarkable
army order lecently Issued by Lord
Kitchener, as follows; "Tho com
mander In chief In South Africa dp
alien to Impress officers In command of
mobile columns that the object of
such columns Is mobility, and that 110
has learned that such foices cairy
with thorn furniture, kitchen ranges,
nlanos and harmoniums, which nullify
that object. These artltlos must In)
'handed over to tho nearest stores.'
Ads. In this column will be Inserted
at 15 centa 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 rf
There are letters at this office fir
the following advertisers in answei'
to advertisements In the Want col
umns. Kindly call for same: "Music,"
"V. X.," "R. 8.," "Enquirer," "H. IL,"
"Horse and Surry," "C. A." "OK.."
"A. N.." "W. F. I).." "T. A. C" "Ta
ble," "V. P," "C. K.." "W. IL." "T. G
"J. O.," "No. 27." "X.," "W. R.," "A.,
-I'. D. B.." "R."
3WEEOISH MASSAGE Miss 11111.1
Moving, Island Hotel, over Orpheum.
NOTICE TO HUNTERS Goat shoot
ing privileges for the Nnnakutl lands
are again offered to tho public.
Thoso wishing to secure permits
will bo lurnlshed with tickets upon
application at the office of The Dow
sett Company, Limited, W. F. Dil
lingham, treasurer. 19101m
MISS C. KRUEGER Piano Instruc
tions; studio, Metropole bldg., U.IO
Alakea St.; Tel. Main 346.
GET OUR PRICES on billiard and pool
tables before buying elsewhere; sold
on easy payments. Our cushions are
guaranteed for twenty years, and
are mado by a new vulcanizing proc
ess. Old tables fitted with our cush
ions are as good as new; satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded. See
our advertisement Of "Manager
Wanted" for lawful slot machine.
Palmer Billiard Tablo Works. Chi
cago, Ills. 1937-2m
IF YOU HAVE a house' for rent or
want to rent a house, sec A. R.
BINDT. Collections carefully at
tended to and promptly remitted.
Office 11G Knahumanu street. 1893 tf
NOTICE TO BUILDERS Tho Union
Express Co. bus WHITE bAND FOR
SALE. 1513 tf
A YOUNG GENTLEMAN having a few
hours' time would be pleased to pose
as model; refined and best of char
acter; understands expression; expo-
, llenced artists preferred. Address
Artist. Bulletin office. 19C2-lw
, WANTED Four or five-room cottage,
furnished; centrally located. P. O.
! hox75. 19G0-1W
$.00 TO $18.00 A WEEK SALARY
I for an Intelligent man or woman
In each town: permanent posltlo.;
30 rusts per hour for spare tlm
MannTacttirer, box 78, Philadelphia.
WANTED Position by a young lady
as,stnographer; experienced. L.
TV, P. O. box 303. 1939-tf
MANAGER WANTED In every largo
county to appoint agents for tho fa
mous "Game o' Skill" nickel slot
machine for drinks or cigars; law
ful eerywhore: takes place of all
forbidden slot machines. Rented or
sold on easy payments. Secure ter
ritory quick. Palmer Billiard Table
Works. Chicago, His. 1937-2ni
WANTED To sell Diamond and Opal
Rings, In tho latest styles. Watches
repaired by a Jeweler ot 35 years'
experience. O. DIETZ, Fort street,
near Hotel. 1808-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
THE METROPOLE, 1150 Alakea St.;
newly furnished rooms; electric
light; terms reasonable. 195C-lm
TO LET Five-room cottage, at Cot
tage Grove, King ot. Enquire F. K.
King, No. 8. 1955-tf
TO LET Six-room cottage on College
St., with stable and servants' qurr
ters. Apply 16 Beretanla St.
TO LET Two front rooms. No. !l
Garden lane. 1880-tf
TO LET A C-room house at Kapal.i
ma; 812.50. Inquire room 8, Camn
bell blk.. Fort St.. 316. 1937-2 .v
TO LET House at present occupied
by Mrs. D. Center, Young street ox
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 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. Kaplotanl
Estate, Ltd. 1921-tf
TO RENT Six room cottage on Mat
tock Ave.; electric lights; sanltnry
plumbing, etc. Apply G. IL, P.'O.
box 3C3. 1939 tf
FOR RENT A new house on Arto-
slan St., of six rooms with all mod
ern Improvements. Enquire of Chas.
E. Frashcr, Consolidated Soda
NICELY furnished room, 15 month;
private family: also front room, to.
53 Vineyard St.. near1 Nuuanu,
TO LET 6-room house on King St.,
u. itoom its, lampucu uui.
TO LET S-room house, with barn.
Nuuanu Ave. Room 38, Campbell
TO LET Warehouse space, 30x50
feet, fronting on Alakea street; suit
able for store or storage. Apply to
W. C. Gregg & Co., 502 uangenwald
FOR RENT .sew two-story houso,
just completed; hot and cold water;
electric lights; Ben-ants" quarters
' and stable; Klnau near Alapal 8U.
Apply Tel. 1901 Blue. 1959-t
HOUSE of 14 rooms. Union St , opp.
Pacific Club; 6-room cottage, Garden
lane. M. L Bulletin. 1950-2W
ROOMS AT THE ALOHA Fort
Street, from 81.60 to $2.50 per
IF you have n house for rent, or want
to rent a house, call on A. R. niNDT,
office with Guide Publishing Co.,
Campbell block, Mei chant St.. Tel
ephone Main 374. 1847-tf
LOST From King, near Alapal, small
white fox terrier puppy, half black
nnd tnn race: black spot on one eye.
Reward, J. Batchelor, 747 King.
A Hpeclut lot
MADE BY F. H. BACHMANN A
CO., BREMEN, GERMANY,
and brought to the Inlands before
the United States tariff on wool
We' do not suppose that articles
of this quality could bo obtained
In the United States today, even
at wholesale, for anything like tho
price at which we will close them
out this week.
Six rolors White, Ecru, Cardi
nal. Maroon. Light Blue and Dark
The price. Just half of what they
must needs hereaftor be
LAST CHANCE AT THE REM
NANTS. There are still a few remnants
left on our counters. One week Is
n short time to self the accumu
lated odds and ends of six months,
so jou will yet tind somo rich
FOR SALE Cheap, one driving or rid
ing pony, 7 or 3 years old; sound nnd
gentlo. Apply uawn. Soda Work?.
Emma St. 1962-lw
FOR SALE Ten line lots at PUU-
NUI, above Wyllle St.; high anl
do. with good outlook, and conve
nient to Rapid Transit. Apply U
FRANK S. DODGE, 77 Merchant 3t.
FOR 8ALC Gentle driving horse. En-
ziulro Dr. A. N. Sinclair. iaco-lw
FOR SALE Now and serond-linnd
Smith Premier typewriters for sale
or rent. All makes repaired. Wain
Ington Light Co. 1959-lm
FOR 8ALE A thoroughbred Holsteln
bull. Address F. K. this office.
FOR SALE Slelmvay parlor grand
piano; ported condition. Call on
Will II Fisher. 1938-tf
FOR 8ALE Two phaetons In go.id
condition, uno used only a short
time. Address "V. X..' Bulletin of
STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE Tho
"Talula." as she now lies In tbo har
bor. Sho Is a nearly new boat. In
perfect working order, nnd has been
of late used In towing at Kahulul
harbor. W. II. Pain.
FRE8H STRAW Tho Union Express
Co. has a lot of fresh rice straw for
FOR LEASE Premises on Union St..
with a lrontnge of 242 feet and a
depth 01 70 feet. Long term given
without onerous conditions. Apply
to J. M. nlONSARRAT.
Rooms 20-21, Campboll block.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
The taxpayers are hereby notlllel
that the Income Tax for 1901 Is not.'
due and payable to the Deputy Assess
ors of tho several districts.
bectlon 10, AU 20, Session Laws 0!
1901: The Tuxes on Income Imposed
shall be due and payable on or beforo
the fifteenth day ot November of each
3 ear; and Any sum or sums annually
due and unpaid after thu said Ui
tecnth day of November shall have
added thereto ten pur cent on .lio
amount which ahall be and bci nmo a
pait of such Tax. Interest ut the ra'o
of nine per cent per annum shall be
added to tho amount of such Tax and
penalty from tho timu same shall Ik.
All Income Tax not paid by Novem
ber 15th will bo delinquent.
The delinquent list villi be published
after December 1st, 1901.
JAMES Yt. PRATT.
Assessor First Division Island of
Octuber 8th, 1901. 19H3 3t
Chtneso and Japanese Firms.
Fine English and American Goods
6; Hotel street, jnd
Hotel near Nuuanu
f O BOX 961.
TEL WMirs 91
Lidlft' tklm rltaned. Clothing
cletntd, ded ani rep a Ire J.
Ftt guartnteed. Lofttp Ic.
Fur' tTMt, or Kukul, an
Dtr Orpfctuu Theater, ''
Prima Cleaning on suit, 7 jc,
y Dvelnp will $ 1
TEL. MAIN 04.
Mrs. H. H. Williams
Art Embroldtry and Stamping.
Pull line of Art Materials : : :
Art Embroidery Taujlit ; : ;
Love Building, Hort Street
ot Knit Wool
'M(K ON HDD
Canton, Ohio, Sept. 29. A strange
story comes from Wcstlawn Oemotcrv
tonight, where a company of regulars
from Fort Wayne, Mich,, Is guarding
tho vault In which tho body of the late
President McKlnley lies. It is to the
effect that the guard on duty on top
of the vault fired a shot at one man
who refused to heed Ids challenge;
that the gun was turned aside by nt
other man who appeared' from anoth
er direction, and that an effort was
made to stab the guard.
Military regulations prevent either
tho officers or the men of tho po-it
from being quoted on nny matter con
nected with their rervlce, and for
this reason Captain Diddle, who Is In
command, wns obliged to decline to ne
quoted at tho camp tonight. He will
make a full teport to his superiors at
I Reliable authoritlvs made the follow
ing statement: Private Depreud wns
on guard duty on top of the vault nt
a point cammnndlng the entiance .'in
low, hhortly before 7:30 o'clock lie
saw.wnat ho took to be the race or a
man peering from behind a tree abort
1 forty feet from his post. He watched
It for Borne minutes, ho says, and at
7:45 o'clock saw tho man hurry to a
treo ten feet nearer. He ordered tne
man to halt, but this was not heedul
and the fellow approached neaier. I).
prend leveled his gun nnd aimed Io
shoot tor effect, but Just at that In
stant another man. who came toward
him from tho opposite side, caugut
the gun, threw it up. nnd the bulla
I went Into the air. This same man
struck Deprend on tho right side of
tho abdomen with a knife or other
sharp weapon, rutting an Lshapel
gash In his overcoat an Inch and n
half long each way, and a smaller 0113
In his blouse. The flesn was uot br
ken, but was bruised under the cu'.a
In the clothing.
) Deprend, In the struggle, fell nnd
rolled down tho side of the vault and
rushed to the top on hearing tho shot,
but tho men made good their escape.
'All tho members of the company on
hearing thu shot hurried to the vault,
and, besides searching the cemetery,
tne guard was increased.
IROQUOIS JN STORM
New York, Sept. SO.1 The American
clipper ship Iroquois arrived In po.'l
this arternoon rrom Ban Francisco dis
masted and with considerable dam
age about her decks, caused by nor
encounter with a hurricane In the
North Atlantic. Captain Thompson ic
ported that on September 19th, Iu
latitude 18 degrees SO minutes nortu.
longitude S3 degrees west, the weath
er became ery threatening, accom
panied by hurrlrano squalls. At 0 1.
m. the ship was struck by a terrlilc
squall, which carried away tho mlzzm
mast about twenty feet from the dccl..
I ilio railing spars carried away ihe
main topmast head and the spars anl
'rigging tamo tumbling i.owu on deck,
smashing tho port lifeboat, the po-'.
I side and rail of tne after house am.
doing considerable damage auout thu
decks. None of tho crew was In
jured. Tho vessel was hove to and
tho decks cleared of wrecxage, when
she proceeded on her course.
AU went well until September 2lith,
when ,tho vessel ran Into u vlole-it
hurricane, blowing with great fury
for two days. Captain Thompson wns
ngaln obliged to heave to ror thirty
eight houis, ami loBt his main lowrr
topsail and staysail. On tho 27th tne
ship resumed thu voyage, carrying a
strong breeze uu to Barnegat.
Shooting over the lands and sci
fisheries ot.Kukuluaco (adjacent to
Ala Moana Beach road) Is hereby
strictly prohibited. Anyone found so
doing will be prosecuted.
IUC3-7t E.O.D. VICTOKIA -WARD.
MAU 8UNG WAI COMPANY OF
Notlco of Change In Co-Partnership.
Tho above-named company horcbv
glvos notlco that CHAUNO SUI has
withdrawn fiom the said firm nnd has
transfened his Interest therein to
CHAUNO All HANO (k), who be
comes a new partner therein.
MAU BUNU WAI COMPANY,
19U3-2t By CHAUNO SUI.
Subscribers to tho BULLETIJN
hot receiving thtir papers promptlj
will confer a favor by notifying tbi
Buiinpss Officn; TtJfntfne 2Bri
65 Queen St.
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Ol Friday, October. Illh,'
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom. C5 Queen Btrect. I
will sell nt Public Auction a ver, ,..,'
cholco lot of ASSOItTUD FERNS and ' .
JAS. F. MORGAN,
MR. C. J. LUDWIGSEN
On Saturday, October 19th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
at my salesroom, CG Queen street, t
win sen at Public Auction, the ele
gant homestead of Mr. C. J. Ludwlg
sen, situated on tbo corner of LUNA
LILO and KEEAUMOKU streets.
Tho property faces 200" feet oij Lu
nnlllo street, 180 feet on Kceaumok-i'
street nnd 200 feet on Matlock street.
Grounds aro well cultivated uul
Largo now dwelling houso contnlni
parlor and sitting room, dining ani
sewing room, kitchen, pantry, etc.
Upstairs four spacious bedrooms,
with clothes closets and bath.
Servants' quarters on the grounds.
A lino opportunity to obtain ono if
the nicest residences In Honolulu.
For further particulars apply to
Jas. F. Morgan,
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65 Queen St r.
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