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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T. THURSDAY, OCT.' 10, 1901.
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Llnei of Travel.
Oceanic Steamship Company
' The steamers of this lino will arrlvo and leave this port as hereunder:
rROM SAN FRANCISCO,
ALAMEDA OCT. 19
SONOMA OCT. 1J
ALAMEDA NOV. 9
VENTUIW NOV. 20
ALAMEDA ri NOV. 19
l 'Local Boat
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
ALAMEDA OCT. 2i
VENTURA OCT. 29
ALAMEDA NOV. 19
SIERRA NOV. 19
ALAMEDA DEC. 4
In connection with tho sailing of the above steamers, the agents are pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets ny any rail
road from San Francisco to all points in tho United States, and from New
York by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
PERU OCT. 12
COPTIC OCT. 22
AMERICA MARU OCT. 30
PEKINO NOV. 7
GAELIC NOV. 14
HONOKONQ MARU NOV. 28
CHINA NOV. 30
DORIC . , DEC. 10
NIPPON MARU DEC. IS
NIPPON MARU . . .
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
H. HrVCKFlBLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
""" Steamship Company.
Steamers of the above line, running In connection wltn the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. B. C. and Sydney. N.S.V.,
and calling at Victoria, D. C, Honolulu and Urisbnno, nre DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about tho dates bolow stated, viz.:
Prom Vancouver ana Victoria, B. C.
(For Brisbane and Sydney.)
AORANQI OCT. 26
MOANA NOV. 2.1
MIOWERA DEC. 21
.from Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, B. C.)
MOANA OCT. 23
MIOWERA NOV. 21
AOikANOl DEC. IS
MOANA JAN. 15
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada. United States and
Europe. For Freight and Passage r.nclall general information, apply to
Thco. H. Davlce & Co., Ltd., Gen'l Agent.
The Hawaiian Realty and
Maturity Co., Ltd.
General Agents for
The New Hampshire Fire Insurance
rv. of Manchester, N. H.
A8SETS $3,367,026 27
Dealers In Real Estate, Loans, Mort
gages and Etc.
Rooms 3 and 4, Mclntyro Hulldlnj,
Phone, Main 141. P. O. Box, 2C2.
RmrMMMSiP mm Eilll
Instruments Filed for Record Octo
ber 9, 1901.
1st Party. 2d Party. Class.
Hawn. Land & Improvement Co.
II. F. Dillingham et al D.
Kaupe L. L. SkCandless D.
W. B. Castle. Jr. Bank of Hawaii
Instruments Filed for Record Octo
ber 10, 1901. i
First Am. Sav. & Tr. Co. Honolulu
Stock-yards Co Ril
Kalaweattmoku et al. J. A. Sin-
C. Ahl E Ahl I)
Helpla and Naai Afft.
ikalla Kauakaht D.
Lllluokalanl Wong Kwal L.
American-Hawaiian S. 8. Co.
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast'.
S. 8. AMERICAN, 6,000 tona, 8alled,
.8. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sill to sail Oct. 15.
8. 8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, silled from'NEW YORK June 16; will
had at PUGET 80UND about SEPT. 1 for HAWAIIAN PORT8.
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South Brooklyn, at
all times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight ABent. f H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
SHE. POSEDJS A IAN
Now York, Sept. 30. Murray Hall,
the Tnmmnny woman who died Inst
cnr, leaving a wile, had something of
an Imitator among the cabin pansen
Sera of tho Italian steamship Cltta dl
lorlno, which arrived on Sunday from
tliu Mediterranean and Azores. This
was a dellcati-, blue-eyed, beardless
person who, according to the ship's
list, was "Charles Window Hail."
With "him" was a red-cheeked, olive
Hklnned Italian woman, nbout -S4 jenn
old. She was registered as Mrs. Olit
scpplna Hall, and. said pho was the
wlte of Charles Wlnslow Hall. It was
scon opened that Mr. Hall appeared
to ne a trifle unbalanced mentally.
The woman, who eald she was his wile,
put him to bed every night until tho
ship wns within six dajs of Sandy
Hook. Then he was unablo to leavo
nls berth, and the ships surgeons wire
atked to look after htm.
Dr. Angrlnnl talked with tin; putlvut
nnd suspected that "Mr. Hall' a a
woman, and verified his suspicion.
'I hen the patient owned that she was
Miss Caroline W. Hall of Boston. SIlss
Hall begged the doctor not tu let any
of tin cabin passengers know that shi!
was not a man. The ulctor said none
ot them should know, but that he re
gretted to tell her that he would have
to report the case to the skipper. Cap
lain Kugenlo dl Lauorello. Miss Hall
made the dot tor promise to ask the
skipper not to reveal her sex. The
ilottoi did so, and the skipper told no
hod)' except his agents In this city.
MUs Hall never left her berth again
alive. She failed gradually as the
ship ran Into colder latitudes. While
tho Cltta dl Torino wns In quarantine
this morning Miss Hall succumbed to
consumption. Her death was posslhly
hastened by Inordinate uso or stlniu
Innts, which she had hoped would keep
her alive until she reached the home
of. her old father In Boston.
The woman who nosed as Miss Hulls
wife" Is Mies Gulssepplna Borlanl of
Milan. She speaks only a few words
)f English She told tho Italian doc
"ors that she had met Miss Hall In Ml
.an ten ears ago. and that they had
Income luht menus. -Mint, nan nviu
he opinion that petticoats were In
he way of.an ambitious woman who
.anted -m m-u the vcr'r nnd she
ibandoned them for trousers.
FRYE WILL URGE IT
AT COMING SESSION
Fight to Begin Early-Slight Changes
Made to Satisfy Opponents
-Good Prospects for
' -. "J"1
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
TWO TRAINS DAILY
, FROM PORTLAND.
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
. Pullman Palace Sleepers.' Buffet, Smok".
lug and Library Cars, frith Barber
Shop and Pleasant Rending Rooms.
Dining' Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent.
136 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
ft W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
K. L. LOMAX, Q. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
TOU CAN DO IT NOW
THE f INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 $9.
WAR IN NOME COURT.
Seattle. Oct. 2. H. E. Oldt. who has
Just arrived from Nome tells a story of
an alleged rough and tumble ngni in
Judge Noses' court that is astonishing.
The Judge Is represented as running
Into his private office and then out of
the back door as soon as trouble broke
loose. The cause of the row Is attri
buted to the realization of anarihy If
Noe returned to the United States
leaving tho affairs of his court In their
then unettleil condition. Attorney
John E. .McGinn and Deputy I'nlted
Slut's Attorney Wheeler attacked each
other savagely Each chocked the oth
rr nlmovt Into Infenslblllty. George
Steele and Attorney McNnlty began h
light, which was stopped by J. R. Cody,
who threw both of the fighters In ttu
flour. Oldt sajs that he looks for niar-
tlal law at Nome this winter.
Honolulu Rapid Transit
aid Land Company.
School Children's Tickets
Heielili Office, 315 Fert St.
TBL.f MAIN 131.
Messenger wifl call for v our message
Half fare school cblldten's tickets
may bo purchased from the conductors
on the cars, or at the company's ofllco
on Alapal street. These will bo good
(or the transportation of school chil
dren up to 17 years ot age in gain;
to and coming from school, between
the hours of 7:30 and 9:30a. m., anl
1 and 2:30 p. m. on regular school
C. C. Ballcntyne.
1938-lra Mgr. H. R. V. & L. Co.
Hawaiian Tranway's Tine
KING STREET LINE.
Cart Itava Walklkl for town At t it. 6 it. 6 it A M
A4fc.t auam. nlitiilBa tk....4lW tl I . am4
uu iw j intitules (iicisatt is iw li
ti j$ p m. from waikiki go 10 tnt 1'unanou aiiDitt.
Cars Itavt R Rangt orPawaa twitch I or town at
S JJA M. andevtry i mlnutct thrca(tcf till 11 otP.M
Can Itavt Fort and King streets corner for Falama
at 6 10 A M. and every t minutes atlcr till n )
Cars leave for Palama only at t and i jo A M.
Cars leave Palama for Walkikf ) ) A M, and every
m minutes till 9 41 P , then at to is anl 104s PM.
TneittiPM from Palama lor Punabcu only goes
to Walkllcl on Saturdays.
Cars leave Fort and King streets corner foi Rifle
Range at J so and to a M.
Cars leave Fort and King streets cornertor Walklkl
et 6 os A m. and evety 15 minutes till 10 op m, then at
10 y and 11 ij P.M. The ii.js P.M. goes to Walklkl
on Saturdays only.
BERETANIA STREET AND I''JUANU VALLEY.
Cars leave Punahuu Stibtt for Town at 1 wand
for Totn and Valley at ) 40 S 31) ( o so 6 40 t and
f ao AM
Cars leave Oatu College fortown anl Valley at
6 jo 50 and 7 10 A M and cter) 10 n.tnutis till 10 10
rn cicept me even nourananair. nuur cars wmen
run from the Stable,
Cars leave Nuuanu Valley at 6 10 6 10 6 so a,m and
every 10 minutes thereafter till 10 yi P M
Cars leave hort and Oueen fctreets for Punahou
College at 6 05 6 j 6 4) A M and every 10 minutes
aner mi 9 4) P . Ancr tnai me cars run 10 vie
SttabeuB ton coP.M.whkhlttlhelafctcar from Town.
reaching the Stable at nioP M
O R. & L. Co.
Krora and after January 1, 1899.
For San rranclsco, per O. S. S. Sono
ma. Oct. 90. W. Lfler, Mrs. Capt.
Svensen, J. Rosenberg. Mlfcs E. Keep
ers. J. H. O ponnell, J, P." O'Coumll
and wife, M. C. Rukk-11, Mrs". J, R.
Rastman. A. F. Ruksell, P. Zauhsen, H.
Ilenner, J. H. Darker Jr. and wife, S.
Roller, H. Klemhause, Mrn. H. Klein
house, C. S3. Marshal. W. D. U. Chandler
Mrs. E. J. Cotton, E. W. Wash. M. R.
Counter, F. II. Damon, MUs J. N. Kt'l
tey, Mrs. Lydla pray, P. K. Guild. Mrs.
E. F. Utrnhard, H. E. Hendricks, P. M.
Lanxdale, Capt. C. II. Hudton.
Recorded October 1, 1901.
M. Aliolo and husband to J. O. Pre-
gll: mortgage: one-half R. P. 34f9,
Kill. 87F.I... Kapalama. Honolulu, Oa
hu: $4nn, two years at s per rent. IlooK
226. page 424. Dated September as,
Walalua Hottl Comtan. Llmltxd. to
Lfwt-rs ft. Cooke. Limited: ibattfj
mortgage: Itaxchotd, portion Ap. .1,
Kill. 29H.1. Paalaa. Walalua. Oahu:
$"988.21. thnc jt-ars at 8 per et.nt.
Hook 21, page !.. Dated September
Recorded October 2, 1901.
II. Gorman and wife to First Amcr
lean Savings ft Trust Company of Ha
waii. I.lmlti-d: mortgage; lots .i, 11, 1.1,
nnd II. block 40, Kalmukl trait. Ho
nolulu. Oahu; $12oil at 8 pt-i et-nt for
one year. Honk 227, page 16S. Dated
0 toiler 2, lSiil.
S. Parkt-r to Leong Kan Chew:
lease: Ap. IS. R. P. 7S29, Kill. 4412.
Walplo. Hamakua, Hnwall: flfttt-n
yiarH at r.mnii, ii,Hik 228, page IT-.
Dated January 1. t9vl.
Recorded October 3. 1901.
M. MacPherson to 'l . S. Douglus;
power of attorney: gnnt-ral jniwers.
Uateil uctout-r 2. T.t'Jl.
W. M. Cunningham to Jno. Sthae-
fer: agreement : In n- vKtabllshlug
Brooklyn salotm. Alakea street. Hono
lulu. Oahu. Hook 224, page 3C9, Dat
ed October 2. IHiil.
Tong ilck a Company to . van
Hlng: lease; plert- rite land. Wall.olc,
Ewa. Oahu: tfii earn live monlhs at
tln per anniini. Hook 228, page l"i.
Dated August 11. l'.ml.
G II. MtClellan to Trnti-n Oahu
College: mortgage: Intit 1 and 2, block
19. College Hills trad. Honolulu, Oa
hu: $:'". two vears at per tent.
Uook 2.'C. page 42t. Dated Oitober 1,
'.. M. Ciinlm and husband to A. X.
CamiiTToll, trutteo: luortKage. portion
Ap. . It. P. 442. Kill. ..rt'.i7. Punch
bowl street, Honolulu, Oahu; iS;n,
three )eurs at In per cent. Hook 22i.,
phge 428. Dated September 24, 19ul.
Recorded October 4, 1901.
J. M(0.ueeii and wife to A. Dreler;
mortgage; portion lot IS. Pawaa tract,
Honolulu. Oahu: $.'o"0, two ears at
T per cent. Hook 227. page 170. Dated
September 27, 1901.
Trustees Oahu College to U. R. Me-
Clellan: releane: lot 3, block 1, lot 2,
hlotk 19. lots :. and 14. block US. Col
lege Hills trait. Honolulu. Oahu:
tl8.',n. Hook 2J), page it;.'. Dated
8t pteniber 20, 19ol.
Alii and husband to HutthIiion Su
gar Plantation Company: Itae: on'-
naif Ap. 1, dram i-i&i, .viauleule. Kau,
Hawaii: imrtlon Kill. .S7S7D. Aemalo,
Kau, Hawaii: ten vears at $8.. Hook
2J8. page 177. Dated September
T. Kat Poo to Wing Wo Chan &
Co.; deed; piece land. Kauluwela, Ho
nolulu. Oahu: $1. Hook 22.1. page 338.
Dated September 2'I..191.
M. G. Sllra and wife to Mrs. Mary
A. Evans; deed: lots 1 and .12. block
3. Puiiniil trait, Honolulu. Oahu: IGoo.
Hook 2.M. page 479. Dated Ot tuber I,
Chin Mon Dart to Chin Tlan Mon:
bill of sale; fixture). In laundry, ttc;
l.ton. Hook 224. page "i.o. Dateil Oc
tcber 4. 1!H1.
J. W. Kalll Lelelwl and wife et a.
ti All Sang: deed: Ap. 2. It. P. 4.'fi7.
Kill. .'"71. Kaunian.alu. N. Koiia, Hn
wall: t'". Hixik 22u, page :::S. Dated
inly :ni. 189U.
Ah Sang to All Chee: ilted: Ap. 2,
It. P. 42t7. Kul. ."771. Kaumiliinialii,
North Konu. Hawaii: SVm. lliHik 22.",.
pege 2M. Dated Augiut 21. 19ol.
J. F. Plmtnto to V. Ah Chee:
It use; three acres laud, Kealakekua,
Smith Kona. Hawalli seventeen eari
a ).'.. Uook 22S, page IV. Dated
June 1. 1899.
Charles M. Cooke. Limited, to W. C
At bl; partial release: lots JJ und 3-1
King street tract. Honolulu. Oahu;
$t$oo. H)k 227, page 174. Dated Oc
tober 1. ll'ol.
Recorded October 3, 1901.
Joseph Kabul Paulanl ami wife et al.
to Samuel T. White: deed: portion It.
P. 17o). Kul. 9S2.. Poraniil. I.ahalna,
Maul: fl.10. Uook 2.M. page 312. Dat
ed May .1. 19"1.
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WnHhliigton.' Sept. 30. A new ship
kiibsldy bill will bo Introduced In the
Smate early In the nuM session oi
Ctngress. It will differ from the
mtaHiire which Senator (rye and
Hauna made such a strenuous effort
to have passed last winter. What the
modiniatlona win be are to uu ueier
mlued between this time and Decern
btr, but It Is intended they shall not
alter the old bill In nny radical man
ner. Some efforts will be made, how
erer. to make the new measuio ae
ttptahle tu those who opposed the old
AdtotnUs of ship subsidy puruosn
bt ginning early In bringing the Issue
ti tin1 front at the t onilng session. A
conference Is scheduled to be hold In
Ilnston tomorrow or on Wednesday, at
whit li a draft of the new bill will be
roiuddi-rvtl. There will be present
Senators Hatina and Frje, Representa
tive Littlefleld of Maine. Piesldent
Grlstom of the International Naviga
tion Company nnd n few others who
are Interested In building up tho meas
ure. Senator Hauna was due to arrlvo
In Huston today. He has been at
Hath, Me., where the United States
irulser Cleveland and a largti ocean
lading vessel named In honor of Sen
ator Fr have been launchul.
One of the most Important questions
pertaining to tho new bill which will
rome In-fore this conforenre centers
around thu proposition to pay subsi
dies to fun lgn built ships now owned
wholly or In major part by Americans.
It will be ret alien tliat.i was against
this provision of the old bill that tho
greatest hostility was shown at tho
lust session of Congress, nnd It Is un
derstood the aim of the conference at
Urston will be to so frame this clause
u.t pot tu excite the same dangerous
opposition. The accomplish this pur
pose mid nt the samo time to curry
out Hit- Idea embodied In the foreign
tonnage feuture of the bill will bo a
difficult mutter, espetlany In view of
the fact that slnt-e the adjournment
of Congtess last March J. Plurpout
Morgan and the transportation com
panies with which he Is allied havo
purt iiBseil loreign snips liming a
combined tupaclty of 27.1.000 tuns.
The question or shortening me pe
riod of operation of thu subsidy law
from twenty jtars, as was proposed
In the old bill, tu about twelve or (If
tein j cars will also be considered.
Another ninth r that will come, up he
re re the ttinferentu. It Is understood,
will bt- tu fix a uulfurm rate of subsidy
of 1 cent per gross ton for eath one
hundred nautical miles covered by
iblps enJolng a Government bounty.
In the old bill It was proposed to
pay one and a half cents for cnth one
hundred mlleu nut extecdlng fifteen
hundred miles, and oue cent per ton
tor each additional hundred miles sailed.
An effurt will be made also to sim
plify all the provisions In the now
measure su as tu render it more Intel
llglble tu members of Congress and tho
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Dr. M. G. McLaughlin,
7012 Market Ht.,
Hurt Pranclrtco, Cul.
L Ffi'' 'rfe3fciL' ic -1
At the entrance
to the Famous
lao Valley, and
easy access to
volcano In the
for Tourists and
A. T. HAGBNKAMP.
CAPTURED BY BRIGANDS
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR I8LAND PORTS.
Don't forget Camarlnos of tho Call
tornla Fruit Market when you wuiit.
fruit and vegetables. Ho alwujs has
on luin.l a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Itland fruits. Telephone Main
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BABY BALDWIN KICK.
News came eMtrdiiy of the seilous
Illness of the oiing child of II. A.
Ruldwln of Maui. In the etenlng the
little tug Leslie Unldwln arrived here
from Kahulul to get' uiedkiil assist
ante. Dr. A. II. lUhlwtii was sent over
to attend the ihlld. The little tug mail
a fust trip tu port mid returned uguln
at full speed.
,A EEAB0N FOR HIS TEARS.
The Brenlng Bulletin. TS cants per
STATIONS. oILV litllY
(OuUirJ) t. Sun UAHY t Sun liviLV ntuv
A.M. AM. AM. P.M. I M.
Honolulu f io ,qm Il3 Ill i te
Pearl City,,.. B ,) o 18 ll 40 l t to
La Mill,.,,, 8 1) 10 8 itM 4J 010
Walanit , ,. 10 !o 44! .
W.lilu 11 j) 141 ,,,,
Khuki it t .... oi! ....
(ln4tl) ix. Sun. 11AILV OMlv hailv
AM. AM P.M P.M.
Kahuku , 1 ! .... ai.8
Walalua 1 10 .... to
Walanaa 110 , ,, 3!)
Ewa Mill "... t o 7 it lot 4. It
Peatl City ..... oil 8 ot 110 alt
Honolum . ri,n 8 s 1 o) ! ao
P C. SMITH. Oen'l Pass. Sc Ticket Agt.
O. P. DENISON, Superintendent
K.HISHS City, Sept, 30. A detailed
mount of the capture of Miss Kllen SI.
Stone, the missionary In Turkey, has
Letn received In n letter from SIlss It
Hnhkell of Saniovn, Hudgnrla, to n
relative heie. Her letter sas SIlss
Stone had bet n holding her usual sum
mer school for Hlble workers In Han
vko, Slaiedonln. On September 3d a
party, tonslstliig of six students from
tho tolltglute institute at Samokov,
three or four Hulgiirlun teachers. Sir.
and Sirs. Tsllka who hud spent sev
eral ears In America Sirs. Oshera
ami SIlss Stone stnited for DJunii.
twelve hours' travel. From there they
were to go to their different homes
At about 4:30 that afternoon, as they
were resting in the mountains, SIlss
Slone and Sirs. Tsllka being on horse
back and the rest on foot, they wero
surrounded by thirty or forty armed
men. The niPn were dressed In Turkish
costume, but were masked.
After going an hour's distance, the
brigands stopped nnd demanded their
money. They took what gold they had
but returned the sliver. When this
was liter some of them said to SIlss
Stone: "We want jou," and ordered
her and Sirs, Tsllku to gu with them.
She made no remonstrance. Mr. Tsllka
made a mow -to follow his wife, but
the) fill ceil blni buck.
A part of the brigands kept watch
mi those that remained, Io keep them
fioni going to Inform- the (iuvernment
but the next moinlng let them go. The
brigands murdered one of the men oi
the party before the ees of the cap
tives to get his horse. .They took this
animal, as well as the horses ridden
by SIlss Stone mid Sirs. Tsllkn,
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coalings Oil
Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, completely stir-
rounded by as rich oil-producing wells
as there are in the State, jieldlng from
uu in :& parrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at tho Coal
ings wells, 70 tents per barrel.
vtitu twent)-nve producing wells of
100 barrels each per day, you can
make your own calculation as tu
The oil Industry of California Is In
Its Infancy, yet many fortunes havo
been made by Judicious and lucky lu
vextruents In oil stock. Many uiurd
will be made In the near future.
The average advance! on original
sales of oil stock In twenty leading
companies In California has been
from tl to $108 per share.
Oil lands have advanced from $1.25
to fl.oou and 12.000 per aero.
When the Pat I tie Union Oil Com
pany has a number of producing wells
on Its property. Its stock will have
the same show for even a gteater ad-
vunce, as pome oil stock has advanced
from II to I1.C00 per share. .
The Pacific Union Oil Company naa
no salaried officers, and Is controlled
b) well-known gentlemen ot integrity,
who will see that the money derived
from the sale ot stock will bo legiti
mately applied to the development ot
For further la'ornmtlon, apply to J.
II . FISHER & CO.. Stock and Hond
IJrokers, and Hawaiian agents for tho
sale of a limited amount ot Pacific
Union Oil Cumpany stock. Stangen
wald building. Slerchant street.
ISLAND OF MAUI.
During my temnorarv absenrn from
this Territory Sir. K. I. Spalding will
net under full power of attorney for
the Hank of Clans Spreckels & Co.
ivci-iw w. O. IRWIN.
TENDERS TO PURCHA8E.
Tho undersigned will receive bids
up to 12 n't lot k Saturday, October 12
fur the purchase of the property and
effects of tho Honolulu Stock-vanls
Comimny, cither as a wiiole or In parts.
i-ropeny includes nno corner lot on
South and King streets.
Horses. Mules and Carriages, Office
Furniture, etc etc.
Send bids to office of Jas. F. Mor
gan. 65 f'uocn street, where Inven
tory can bo seen.
JAS. F. SIOROAN,
C. A. RICE.
SALE OF SEAT IN HONOLULU
STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE.
Tho undersigned will recelvo of
fers to purchnse the seat of C. .1.
Falk. Esq , as a member of the Ho-v
noliiln Stock and Hond Exchange. v
Slembcrship In tno Exchange en
titles thu holder to an Insurance ot
Snlo subject to confirmation by the
Further particulars of the under
signed, to whom offers to purchasi
should be addressed prior to Wednes
day, uctobcr 10, I'JOl.
JAS. K. SIOROAX.
President Honolulu Stuck and Hond
VALUABLE PIECE OF
Frrtdy (tc a schoolfellow)! "My, how that now baby at j-our nous cries.
Tommy iltidlKnnntly); "He dorsn't, and, anihow, If uu hJ n teth and
no hair 1 buck you'd cry Bo tbersl"
M'MMLEY TO YOUNG MBN.
Tho following Is frdm an address
dellveied by President SlcKluley to
oung men: "No man gets on so well
in this world as he whose daily walk
mid conversation aro clean and con
sistent, w hose heart Is puru and whoso
lite Is honorable. A religious spirit
helps uvvry man. It Is at once a
comfort and an Inspiration, and makes
him stronger, wiser and better In ev
ery relation of life. There Is no sub
stitute fur It. It may be assailed by
Its enemies, as it has been, but tbey
offer nothing lu Its place. It has stood
the test of tcutuilcs and lias never
failed to help and bless mankind.
"The world has uso for tho oiiug
mini who Is well grounded In pilmlplc,
who lias tevtreiuu for truth nnd tellg
Ion and courageously follows their
tcuihlngs. Emplovmcut awaits his
i tuning and honor crowns his path.
.More than all this, cousclous of recti
tude, ho mtUs tho cuies of life with
courage; the duties whim roufiout
him ho dUcbarges with munly hon
The massed navies of the win Id
would Include !!" battleships, 471
cruisers, 12'm giinboatM and over IK'IJ
Situate on Beretanla 8treet Near Ala
pal Street. In Honolulu. Oahu.
1IY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER IS
mud out of tue Circuit Court of tho
First Judicial Circuit, Hun. George 11.
Gear presiding, In a cause at cham
bers entitled Adelaide Schllef ot al.
vs. Joseph Clarke et al.. Equity Divi
sion, Number 12U8, the undersigned
will Hell nt Public Auction to tho high
est blddi r, subject to confirmation Ly
ON SATURDAY. OCT. 12. 1001,
AT 12 () CLOCK NOON.
At the muiika t nt ranee to the Judi
ciary building in said Honolulu, the
following described piece of real en
tate, to wit:
Helng portion of land contained 1)1
Grant 284. at uiilaokahua, Heglnnlng
at a point on maiika side ot Beretanla
street 300 feet from E. angle of Here
taula and Alupal streets, thence run
ring: N. 21- 12' E. true bearing 150 feet
alung Lot No. 1HI.
S. ii8 IS' E. true bearing 80 feet
along Lot No. 17t,
8. 21 12' W. true bearing 150 feet
alung division l.ot 2,
N. US'- 48' W. true bearing SO feet
along Ileretanla street tu Initial point,
less what bus since been conveyed lu
Sirs. K. UuartiH. ,
The lot now Is about !& feet inoro
or less tin lleretanla street and 150
feet iuoie or es In 'depth asd Is lo
cated on the Walklkl sldu of lot now
occupied by Mrs. A. L. King.
Terms of sale are cash In I'jiltol
States Gold Coin: that ten (1) pjr
cent of the H mount be paid on tho dav
of sale, nnd deed at expense of pur
cluivci. I'pxet price 3,5U0,
For further particulars enquire ot
the mult rslgnetl at his olllco In said
Dated Honolulu. Oahu. Oct. 7. 1901.
1 1961-St Commissioner.
PIONEER MILL COMPANY, LTD.
Tho second assessment of twenty-
five per cent (25) on thu new Issue
of stock of the Pioneer Mill Companv,
l.iu., is tiuu anil payable November 13.
1901, at tho office ot H. Hackfeld &
Interest bearing after the first day
of December, 1901.
H. bCHULTZE. i
1959 Oct. G, 7, 10.
8UNQ WAI COMPANY
Notice of Change In Co-Partnershlp.
The above-named tomnanv hereliv
gives notice that CHAUNG SUI has
withdrawn from the said firm and has
traiiBf cried his interest therein to
CHAUNG AH HANG (k), who be
comes a new partner therein.
MAU SUNG WAI COMPANY,
19632t Hy CHAUNG 8UI.
SHERIFF'S 8ALE NOTICE.
IN PUR8UANCE OF AN EXECII
tlon Issued out of the Socond District
Court of Honolulu. Island ot Oahu.
Territory of Hawaii, on tho 20th day
of September. A. D. 1901, In re mat
ter of II. O. Mlddlcdltch vs. O. H. Har
lan. I have, on this 24th day of Sep
tember, A. D. 1901, levied upon, and
shall exposo for sale at Public Auction,
to tho highest bidder, at tho Police
Station, Kalakaua Halo, In said Ho
nolulu, at 12 o'clock noon of Monday,
tho 28th day of October, A. D. 1901. all
thu right, title, and Interest of the said
O. II. Harlan In nnd to tho following
property, unless tno judgment amount
ing to Olio Hundred and Forty-three
ml 47-100 Dollais, Interest, costs nnd
my expenses, nio previously paid.
Said property lovled upon bolng:
Ono Hoarso and One Undertaker'
CHAS, F. CHILUNOWORTHV
Deputy Shorift. Tcr. of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Oahu. 1951-51
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