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EVENING nUTXETIN. HONOLULU. II. T FRIDAY, 0CT011ER 11.1901
PMs- I Fort Street.
K ftEADY FOR USE
K t HALL'S
BP I COTTAGE 1
V pa,nt J
tmt Alii bk
Conies In nit tlnt. and similes.
E. O. HALL & SON,
m A FAULTLESS LIGHT i
I " f ' - - FOR THE HOME. It
A FAULTLESS LIGHT
TEL. MAIN 390.
o. .tmiMi.i i.liiim.M Litwtcn
. . itt ii? ttni Mtil itl.llIilliM lntUttn
a III MnilllMi 1M.IIMMIH lit.tll
- , ., nl-.-yi,,.,! mill I'-ili-
two frl.udn-DlngMnni tiu.l la
liunl.K-n alied In tin lollic touit
this finenuou Iloth nun aie eiuplojid
in Hit Iron Works '1 tit ilmige Hg.iliiHt
the latter an .issaull and Imlt.r on
DltiKstiiiiu. who ilalni.d that lie had
l...n htrmlc without piowwdtlon.
(lU'l I sill
PiilrliinkK nld he liad ionic to Ho-
t.iiliiln kiliint tlfiiti riL( III HUM llllllT'
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tlrnm liinl ht n fl lotnlx llOTt tltllH
auo. Itt bitrrnwid mhhc hotiro (nuiUh
ins fmin lln lattrr Iim hum IiIh IiiuT
iiot iirili .1 Vet from tho Coaat. IU- li.ul
not nrtniii tc irum mr v mau it ii.hi
used a portiere on, on .he nu to ,Uu
off the view fiom DliiKtluiiiH liouw
wblili was ilnht next to Ills. Ding-
fliom iililtcttd and he leturned mi tlis
fitrnUlilm. nut furirctl llli; to tllllllk hlri
Latir on, Diugstiom appeared in
, , , - llt
fiimt of his house and iluiid him to I v t Jtl-.-, rfcMAA4
com. out and light, at th" same tlnm'l0 ITlOrC LfPCaO
uillliig him names which made liU ,- .
hlood boll. Theie wtre wormu near OF THE LldltOI rlfllP
and In did not eare to si Kl" the iiuittir
there. I TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLET
When he met M man at th li-m
works, he demanded a retraction of tn our nte srlentlllc method applied to th
epithet whlih he consldeud a n IIc-l- lKunis. No sleep-producing agents or
Hon on himself nnd his mother. 'I h, cocaine.
ritraetlou did not eome nnd he striulCj These nre tho only dental parlors lr
Dlligsttom In the face. He loimldein! , HoiioluliJ hnlng PATENTEfAPPLI
that his action was pcrfictl Jintlfi
He felt that he should proti it hi
name ns well ns that of his mother.
Judge Wlltox said Hint the time to anil warranted for ten )cars. WITH
resent (he usage of the eplthtt refer- OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All worl
red to was at the time it was applied
h ut. ml nt tlmt tli.i.u lii.il li..i .i unit
.. r.vt.i. ... ....... M..t- ....v. ...... ..
of two or three da)s before t lit as
lault A fine of (3 nml ints un hu
USPINDA BEAT HIS WIFE.
Esplnda, the young man who takts
care of Secretary Cooper's Iioims, was
arrested )esterday on the charge of
beating his wife. The woman appealed
before Judge Wilcox this foienoon with
her nnger ur) much abati d, and asked
that her husband be only repi Imandt d.
Slirlff Hiown Insisted that Esplnda
Inning pleaded guilty, should be miulo
(o pay n line. Personal!), he had no
vse for tho fellow. He was n bid egg,
n loifer and gambler. Judge Will ox
Millie d and asked If this statepient of
the High Sheriff was not something
wry like the "gencuil pilmliiUs" uf
J. A. MiCanillesS.
The wife did some mine pleading
but all to no avail, Judge Wlliox r 1
the mai ninety of the law had bein
iturted und tho defendant must take
thu lonsequmies He wns th pon
fined $ nnd cots.
DANGEROUS MOLE FILLED.
A dangerous sewer opening in Iha
nlle)wny near GonsaUes' pliotograph
gulleijiiin llerelnnla street Just a lit
tle bej and Punelibowl, was filled In
yesterday, much to the sitlsfnctlon of
the people living In the neighborhood.
I Not many days ago, a Portuguese
rlrl while walking along In the nlle)
way, fell Into tho opening and had onu
of her legs badly cut. She Is still In
ted. Two or thrco days ago a Portu
guese woman fell In but, fortunately,
did not hurt herself.
On account of tho narrowness of the
ulleywny, the dirt taken from the open
ing was piled laterally so that the
opening Itself could not be seen and It
was on account of this fact that tho
Uetlms fell Into the place.
There may bo n damago suit ailsltig
out of the first rnso mentioned.
It seems from n story going the.
rounds Hint the young King of Italy
has not the calm Indirfcrence to public
opinion of his ally, the German Emper
or. A rourtler suggested to him that
lie should dlsgulso hlmsilf ns a student
nnd go Into the tnfes, just nB Peter tin
Great did "Yes," said the King,
"Peter the Great had tho right to l.nnu
those who. said anything dlbagrccablc,
and I have not."
Next door to Killers.
FOR THE HOME.
Theie Is onl urn mid that I tin
riiidosi t lit.
Muiih ii ml) for
1 1 In tit mill sttnd)
iim- with n noft,
light. Dots not
smoke or Hindi.
dds the HiiIkIiIiik tomb to u well
Not expensive at many people think;
cots very little more than kerosenes
Let us give joii nn estimate on wir
ing our luniHe; .Mill will Mini our fig
Ules far Ik low whut .Mill expected.
KINO STREET, near Alakea.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
The taxpa.is me h. rebj niitlflol
.mat nn? iiituiiM m tut jjvi in ui
hfi nml ianllc u tin Ueput) Ahivh
urt of thu 1L'ial "Ustrhts.
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w,.,!..,. ,H .t il Os.adlnu Inuunf
1lms Tin. Tiv.iu nn liwnni.i Imiuiu.t I
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VM Th Tjw un monu, lln,,omll
Hm ll(, ,i(, I1( jHble on oi befoio
tl,(. fifteenth dn of Nowmber of cie'i
j tur. and au hiiiii ur miiiuh auuuallv
due and unpaid after tho said Ii.
tmnt h ln r .Now inner shall luno
uddtil theuto ten per ,ent on .In
' , .,..,. ,n i
jHiiLiri nuui s it.. ihivii,dv oi tin.- "j
-. ..i ..l.nll I... .
ui in Hi it I I ('III H till Nil III rilUll I Hi I
mltW ii in Hin utiwnttit if uiu li Titv .tint
pLiialt from th" Hint hi mo nlmll 1g-
All Inniui Tux not pnlil 1 Xocm-
JlueKnt' "t puhllied
nler Deeernber 1st. 1901. i
AhlM.M,. nim l)lWou Island of
lie tober 8th I9l. lS'.t 31 '
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fll'
,ami apply gold clowns and porcelain
crownsundectecable from natural tcctl
,iono ny GRADUATED DENTISTS ol
Iiu.m 11 .n On vnnfa nrnnrlnnoA anri
.UIU I. Ill mV JVIIIO V.IV..VI.VV,
each department In charge of a Special
1st. Oho us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as we aihertlse. W
will tell you In advance exactly what
)our work will cost by a FREE EX
Set Teeth 65 Od
Gold Crowns $5.00
Gold FlUInfis SI.UU
Silver Fillings 80c
Our namo. alone will be a guarantee
that your lyork will be of the besL
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4. Elite RulluW, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
SOME OTHER FELLOW'S
If ou don't Jet ii rlftnt
Stock YnrilrtCi). nnd tnlic
her for drhc,
SwcllcHt turnouts In town furn
ttdied on ii momcntH notice.
RING UP MAIN 301,
Honolulu Stock Yards
VMQfftltl l it la. I I 1 . I 1ST
Wv.it lit r llurcnn. Punahuu. Oilober
It. Temperature .Morning minimum,
CS, Midday tunxlmum, bi.
ltnromr-tcr nt 9 n m rj.'.O. Rising.
Dew Point C'JF.
Humidity nt 9 ii. ra. 6' per cent.
Dlimoncl Head Signal Station, Oc
tober II. Wtather h.u; wind light
TtiuiHila . Oct. 10.
m. hUt. Ilobeit Sudden,. Jnnsen
Am bkt W II lilinoii.l, fiom S.tn
Friday. Oft. 11.
Allien Griffiths from Seat-1
ll'K Geneva Oas. !' iln.vs fiom Han
Sir llaniilil Ptdersen, from Kauai, j
llmii'd.iy 0t. in.
Sir Iwnlanl Gi n no. for Kaiinl ,..nt
nt .". p in
fins. Mlir. Ellipse, Tnwiisend, for
Konn ports. 1
Am. hktn. Coronnilo. Poller, for San
For the Colonies, per O. S. S. Sierra,
Oft 10 W. V. Allen ami wife, II. P.
Winter, wife ami nmlil, II. J. N. Hog
eiH nnil .Mm. I'liber.
Tor Kauai, per sir Iw'nlnnl, Oit. 10
.Mr. Hugo A. Ilomn, It. I l.ee, M
Woo.l, E IH.ii kKtnrlt anil 10 detk.
I Time Ih n (ooIiichs at piexcnt cxUt
lug between the Hoard of Public1
Works and Captain Meny of the Na
nl Station. It Is all nn m oiuit of the i
(Territory Insisting on n charge of $33
tor connei ting the buildings nt the ,
tntlon with the sewetnge K)itcm.
Captain Meiry, nbmit two jears nso
gau the Toi rltory permlns on to use a '
OoM'inmcnt lot on Rli hards stteet ns ,
.a Htoiago placu for material, and i
I charged no rent, nltlumgh tho giound I
aH f I 111 IllOHl'J, iNOW II1C I'narK1
ror mnMiiR thu xlwvv tonncctlon la
looked upon nn tank liiKrntltmlo. and
was w oi th money. Now the charge
for making the sewer connection la
I....I ...I ........ H.fl .A.tl. tlllttllllHlf1ll t4
iiiut(.'t) ii )un tin iuiiiv iiisi timuuv, uuii
.t... i... '. .. ..i.ii .-!. ..Ill l.
i i ..... .. i. I... I . ..,t
IM iMiiiiu (j I ruiMir tiinn mil wu
nmp (() RLt ()Ht ,)f p ,()t t nng scd
0ng thioiigh the kindness or the
Thl, ,,.. , tnu ,,II(.p.. Cllro Com.
(nM, ltri,. ,,,. ,ast , hl ,,
ri,tullln, ,.,,.,, w.,t at 7 thls
It will lemiiiii senled un' :
tomoriow- iiuirulng to nwiilt a rullni;
Judge Heir on the (nullification orJ
a Juioi who tuok tin llagey cure.
,., .. t .. . .
Cuptnln Wallas of t u mrK Soa
KIhk a HiiruMiilrn-a Ii his homln
men. 11... wy and MeLeni, before
Judge IMee this moinlng. Ho wns
then u leased on new bail of J300 with
C. .1 MiCarthy and T. A. Simpson
VI Hi W lU'Un, X
Thr Citizens' Commlttie Is request
e.i to meet at the drill shed this c cu
ing (Ellda) I at 7:30.
W. L. EATON,
PIONEER MILL COMPANY, LTD.
The second assessment of twenty
11 w ner eent (2.'rr) on the new Issue
i ot sloe k or the I'lnneei jiii. company,
Ltd.. is due nnd pa)nbte i. member 1,
lliOl. at the olllce of II. Hnckfeld &
Interest In nrlng after the first day
of Dei ember, l!n)I.
1Jf.lt Oc t. Ii. 13 18.
Shopping Is a Pleasure
w.ien )ou haw- mil) to mil np
and haw- )our paikages delivered nt
)iiur door. 10 lbs. for loe nnil upwards.
Merchants. Attention I Wo make
c. O. I), nilleitlons for 5e extra.
American Messenger Express Co.
Hotel and Alakea Sta.. Phone Main 199.
1 BEKNARD & COY'S
Just mrlw'd by S. H. Sono
ma. Located opposite the
Commencing Monday Night, Oct. 14
Comprising Lad) and (U-ntlemen
Equestrians, Acrobats, Contoitlonlsts,
lrnpero Aitlsts. (mnasts, Pertoim
Ing Horses, Ponies, Dugs, Monke)s,
Etc. Also our threo funny Clowns
Nobby, Francois nnd Dummy. Elli
ot nt bint'H band and ring orchestra.
Also our star musical sketch aitlsts.
I'or further particulars Beg bill pro
Prices Dress Circle, $1; Family Cir
cle, 75 cents; Gallery Circle, SO cents;
Children, half price.
Circus nfllcii for booking opposite
FRANK I1EVERLEY, Hub. Mgr.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
Extension of Term.
It appearing to tho batlsfnctlon of
tho Couit that tho Intel eats of Justlco
nqulro It, this Special September, A.
D 1901, Term of this Court will bo and
Is hereby extended twelvo days from
and after tho laBt day of tho Bald term
GEO. D. GUAR,
Piesldlng Judge, Clicult Couit ot the
Honolulu, Oahu, Oct. 11, 1901.
BASE INGRATITUDE !
Adt. In this column will be Inserted
at 15 centi 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 cf
There arc- letters nt this office, fir
the following ndvertlsers In nnswo.'
to ndvertlsemcnts in the Want rot
umnB. Kindly tall for same: "Mimic,"
"V. X.." "It. S ." "Enquirer," "II. II..
"Horse anil Surry," "C. A.." "OK."
"A. N.." "W. F. I) ," "T. A. C. I'n-
ble," "V. P.." "P. K.." "W. II." 'T. G.,'
"J. (!.," "No. 27," "X.," "V. R," "A..
"I'. 1). a." "It."
3WEEDISH MASSAGE Miss ltlll.l
HoNlnp. Islaml Hotel, ocr Oiphoiiin
NOTICE TO HUNTERS (loat shoot
lug prl IIckps Tor tho NannKilll lainls
are again offered to the public.
Those wishing to Reciiro permits
will bo liirnlshed with tickets upon
application nt the olllco of Tho Dow
sett Company, Limited. W. I. Dil
lingham, treasurer. l'JlO-lm
MISS-C. KRUEGER Piano Instruc
tions; studio. Mctropole bldg., 11V)
Alalia St.; Tel. Main 345.
GET OUR PRICES on billiard and pool
tnblcs before bulng clsuwhcro; sold
on easy paj ments. Our cushions ai a
guaranteed for twenty tnis, and
are made by a now Milcanlzlug proc
ess. Old tnblcs fitted with onr.cush
Ions are ns good ns now; satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded. Seo
our nihcrtlecment of "Manager
Wanted" for lawful slot machine.
Palmer Billiard Table Works. Chi
cago, Ills. ISSTJni
IF YOU HAVE n house for rent or
want to rent n house, seo A. R.
BINDT. Collections carefully at
tended to nntl promptly remitted.
OlIlCB 113 Kaahumanti Btri't. 1893 If
NOTICE TO BUILDERS Tho Union
Express Co. has WHITE HAND FOR
SALE. ' 1313 tf
r0R EXCHANCE Stelnway parlor
,nli in rnr ii.iri. nml inrilncn.
,i,i.,.u. ilnnn" llulletlii iiIHlg
- - "
.WANTED Vio or Kivroom hotmo.
rurnlshed or unfurniMioil, (ontially
A YOUNG GENTLEMAN hnllig few
limns' time would bo pleased to poi"1
as model, refined nnd best of char
neter, understands expression; expe
rienced artists prefeiied. A'ddiefs
Aitlst. Uiillctln olllce. IOC: lv
WANTED Uour or flcioom cottag"
furnished, centrally located. P O.
box 73. lOGO-lw
$15.00 TO $18.00 A VEEK SALARY
foi nn Intelligent man or woman
In each town; permanent pobltlo .;
30 cents per hour for spnro tlmo.
Manufacturer, box "8, Philadelphia
WANTED Position by a young lady
as stenographer; experienced. L.
II . V. O. bo 3CX. IVi'J tr
MANAGER WANTED In owjry largo
county to appoint agents for tne in'
mom "(lamo o Skill nlel.et slot
maehlno for drinks or cigars; law
ful men where; takes place of all
foi bidden slot machines. Rented oi
sold on easy payments. Securo ter
ritory quick. Palmer Dllllard Table
Woiks. Chicago. Ills. l!37-2m
WANTED To sell Dlnmond nnd Opal
Rings, In the latest st)les. Watches
repnlred by n Jowclor of 33 ) ears'
experience. O. DIETZ, Koit street,
near Hotel. 1808 tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
THE METROPOLE, 1150 Alakea St.:
newly furnished rooms; elect! Ic
light; terms reasonable, l'.ijG-l.n
TO LET A large, sunny liont room
In a prhnte family; muiikn Thomas
Square; hot and cold water; electric
llglits; possession given uet. tutu,
AddltsH A. II. C. P. O. box 572.
TO LET l'lo room cottnge, nt Cot
tage (lroe. King jt. Enqujru P. E
King. No.8J 1933 H
TO LET Slv'room tottngo on Collcgo
St.. with stable nnd sen nuts' qurr
tcrs. Apply ti! Ilerctnnla St.
to LET Two front rooraB. No. !
TO LET A fl room liouso nt Knpal.i
ma; $12.30. Inquire room S, Cnmn
bell blk Fort St.. 31C. 1937-2 .
TO LET House at piesent occupied
by Mrs. I). Center, Young street o
tension near McCully tract. Apply
E. K. Illshop, C. Drawer U Co., Queen
St. UM2 tf
TO LET Newiy liirnlshed rooms,
mosquito proof, turms reasonablo.
Third houso abovo Oorman Bakery.
Fort St. 1930 tf
FOR RENT Two (2) stoiy houses nt
KeknullUo-pn, on Young St., contus
ing two bedrooms, parlor, dlnln,5
loom, kitchen, bath room and patent
water closet downstairs. Kaplolanl
Lstnte, Ltd. 192l-tf
TO RENT Six room cottago on Mil-
toclt Ae; electric lights; sanitary
u umb ne. etc. Annly o. it , v. u,
box 3J. 1939 tf
FOR RENT A now houso on Arte
sian St., of six rooms with nil moijj
cm Impiovements. Enquire of Chas.
E. Frashcr, Consolidated Soda
Works. 1922 tf
TO LET C room house on King St ,
Sjll. Room 3S. Campbell Rlk.
TO LET 8 mam hoiibe, with barn,
Nuuanu Ave, Room 38, Campbell
1111,, 1902 lm
TO LET Space In w alehouse, 30x50
lett, fronting on Alakea street; suit
able for storo or storage. Apply to
W. C. Gregg & Co. 502 t,tangenwnld
HOUSE of 14 rooms, Union St, opp.
Pacific Club; fiioom cottngo, Gardmi
lane M. L, Ilulletln. 195C2v
ROOMS AT THE ALOHA Fort
Stiect, from 11.50 to J2.50 per
week. 1932 If
IF you have a houso for rent, or wnnt
to lent n houso, cnll on A. It. I1INDT,
ollliu with Guldo Publishing Co,
Cnmpnell block. Merchant St., Tol-
, ephono Main 371. 18I7-tf
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY
A Hpeclnl lot u Knit Wool
MADE BY F. H. BACHMANN 4
CO., BREMEN, GERMANY.
nnil brought to the Islands before
the United Stntei tariff on wool
We do not suppose that article s
of this quality could be obtained
In tho Unlte.il Btntos today, even
at wholtsnle, for nnthlng like tho
price nt which we will tloe them
out this week.
Six i olors White. Ecru. Cardi
nal. Maroon, Light Ultie cud Dark
The price. Just half of what they
must needs hereafter 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 ou will jet tlnd some rich
NICELY furnished room, I." month;
pihato family: nlso front room. JUL
D3 Vineyard St. near Nmianu.
FOR SALE Wheeler & Wll.ou sew
ing mai bine, $19 Call at 1M Tort
St.. near !.hool 1'j03-1w
FOR SALE Lease and Urge new
lulldlng on Prison road, opposite It.
R. ill pot; lease) has elev n t.ni to
run; first-class location, cheap
giound rent For full p''lculi"- up
liply to P. K. Makino, olllro of P.
M. Ilio'oks. Spretkels bid,.
FOR SALE Cheap, one driving oi ild
lug pony, 7 6r 8 e.irs old sound nml
gentle. Apply nawn. Soda Work'
Emma St. W-'-l w
FOR SALC Teu tine loto at PUU
NUI, aluno Wyllle St.; high an I
drj, with good outlook, and eonw
nlent to Rapid Transit. Apply I J
FRANK S. DODCE, 77 Merchant it.
FOR SALE llentlo driving noise. En
quite Dr. A. N. Sinclair. H'UKIw
rOR SAL New nu second linn l
Smith Premier typuwriteis tor sale
or rent. All makes repaired. Wash
ington Light Co. 1939-1 in
rOR 8ALE A thoroughbred Holstein
bull. Address !'. l this olllce.
FOR SALE Two phaetons In good
condition. Ono used only n snori
time. Address "V. X.,' Ilulletln of
STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE Tho
"Talula." ns sho now lies in tne liar
bor. Sho Is a nearly now boat, lo
perfect working order, and has been
of lato used In towing at Kahtilul
harbor. W. II. Pain.
FRESH STRAW Tho Union Express
Co. Imb a lot of fresh rice straw lo
FOR LEASE Premises on Union St.
with a irontngo oi .-u leei nnu i ..
ue nn o. iv it-t-i. h f . .
without oueioii conditions.- Apply
to J. M. jlONSAKKAT.
Rooms 20 21, Campbell block.
FOUND A Pennant bieyele. Owner
can have same by calling at tne mil
lctln olllce, lilentlf)lng propeity nnd
p.i)Ing Tor this ailvi rtWemont
Shortly nfter the nniial of Kiuger
1.. lf.llitiil t.l., uilmlmru . rn nnylflllR
to have his portrait painted, but he
iefnse.1 on tho ground that he had no
.!. IMnnll !,ftwte..r. MIk Thei.se
r i,nr,n a,,P,ee,l,..i In R.rKiiuillne him
to sit. She chose the morning ioms
.... 7... o ..,! ul... ..lnln.1 l.lm re.i.1.
Ing n lllblo which Hho hi ought to thej
sitting for that purpose. Ho wns
nleatcil with her Hiiggstlon. and nf
towards accented tho Illble ns n ples
cut. Tho poiti.iit wns painted nt
Smoko fiom thu chimney of a coppei
foundiy sen cs un English obsener ns
a safe barometer, tin notes that if thu
Biuoko rises slightly and evenly it Is
n sign of good weather, lint bad
weather Is near if thu Binoku Is beaten
down, or If It curves buck upon itHclf.
3 Lots In Kapahuu 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,
1107 6tnncnw(iltl ISulldlnjV.
TLL. MAIN 01.
Mrs. H. II. Williams
Art Embroidery and Stamping.
Full line of Art Materials : ; :
Art Embroidery Tauxht : ; ;
Love BulldlnG, Fort Street
JOAQUIN'S HAND WRITING.
"Joaquin Mllkr, the Poet of the Si
ll ras,' thinks no man allie writes a
more Illegible hand than he," spoko
un the lepoiter. "1'pon nis usu iu
;. Orleans a few weeks ago he told
tlu(t ,l)g p(J0r cllr0gral)iiy )iaj i.
... - ...ti innpllilnn.
wii) bttn a rouicn of much mortifica
tion to him, and he had tried In nln
for )cur5 to ucqulrc n plainer fashion
"When nerts of the excitement Inci
dental to the grcnt gold strike and ills
cowrl"s of Alaska first got to the outer
wurtd, Mr. Milter was dispatched to
the Klondike as the representative of
a San Prune Isco newspaper. He
thought there was a ileh Held before
I him foi graphic desnlptle matcilal
fi" "lories, und he wns right, but there
was also plent) of hard newspaper
work to be done b) the ronilentloiis
coiicspondcnt. When Ml. Miller final
ly got Into the Klondike he found a
iioie of newspaper conespondents,
icpteFcntlng the great dallies of tho
lounti), ahead) t hoi e and rend) for
news of gold strikes and great fortunes
being made by men daring enough to
bine the Ice ami snow and haidshlps.
Competition between these conespon
dents was keen from :hc wiy first nnd
theie was any amount of 'scooping'
and 'beating' done nwa up there In thu
"The only way at (hat'tline tho eor-
jt-Mponilcnts had to get out their news
was to send It from Dawson to Seattle
by steamer, and tf It wns Important
enough, have It wired from Seattle to
Its destination. One day Mr, Millet lan
across Alexander Mi Donald, slnic fa
mous ns the 'King of the Klondike,'
and a thiee-tlmes millionaire. McDon
ald had Just readied Dawson after hav
lug made the greatent gold strike Iu
the hlstor) of the diggings. He told
his etiirj to Mr. Miller nnd likewise tu
several other correspondents. Then
began a sciambte to g't tho story out
tc the world. The steamer wns to
lenve that afternoon for Seattle. Mr.
Miller had taken no t.epcwrltcr Into
the Klondike when he went there anil
he hud to write his McDonald story.
which wns a thrilling recital of the
. sl!)Yei I1RI1 ,, j,,,,.,,,,,,!,,,, of otl(, 0)ani
, .. .. ..... ....,, .....
"It went off nil light with the stor-
les of two or tluee others ami leichcd
the mnnngei' of the ttlegrnph utile o
at Seattle. The munagei was able to
make out the name of the San Fran
cisco paper, but Hint war. all. Not a
line or senteiue loulil bo deciphered;
neithei could nny operator In thu
office Pilnters and jirootrt nilers were
bumnioned, but they could do no better
Not n man In Shuttle could read Mr.
Millet's lopy. The telegraph malinger
could do nothing but forward the
ninmisirlpt to San Fiantlsco. 'Hit re It
nulled two dn)s after the story of Mc
' "ald'a i strike had been published to
,,e "'" l"" ' ';lw K" ,t
'"" Seuttle b) wlie bud Mr. Millet's
Vaper was badly 'beat.' slmpl) because
co ,",au ' Seattle toul.l lie found to
.'"'I hullllw rltlllg. - .Nell OrieiUU
To glie sight to good ejes Is n cu
lions teat that has been accompllBhed
by Dliectoi Keller, of the Vienna Inst!
tutc loi tho I Hind Tho patient, a bo)
now seven )ems old, had perfect!)
leriued ow's, but wns unable to see.
nn i he 1ms beeu taught patiently fur
fourtteu mouths with such success
that hu can discern colors, forms nnd
objects, and lend by sight. Ho wns
first trained to see n disc of light In a
daik loom. This wns a tedious task,
ns he was quite unconscious of thu ex
istence ot the ratulty that was being
developed, but he saw the disc at last,
nnd was then shown colors thiough
rultnblo glasses, lollowed by geometrt
nl figures nnd letters on tho disc, and
then b'y the lutiniinaiud objects with
out the disc, i ho last stage was a
giadual change to dayllgut conditions.
Puits of plants exposed to the sun
uie found by N. l'asscrlnl to be heat
e 1 considerably abovo tho temperatuin
of the air, while the shaded parts am
umaiiy' cooiti than tho air In tho
warmer bonis of tho uay. A ulffeicmp
a i gient as 17.2 degrees C. In tho tern-
peintuio of illfieient pattH has been oh
Reived. Tho side oi fruits exposed tn
the sun ubsoibs most heat, becoming
deeper coloicd, nnd forming tho Inrg
est amount of sugar. Fiults near the
giound letelwj moro heat than those
higher up, on account of reflection
from the toil.
Cinnamon for Innuenzn has been
tested by Dr. J. C. Ross for eight
)inis, and ho finds that It cuts short
the attack, thu patient being usually
lunvalesccut in threo to four days,
65 Queen St.
On Saturday, October 12,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the storo of 11. Hackfeld . Co.
Ltd. Port nnd Queen Btrcets, Honolulu.
I will sell nt Public Auction, for ac
count of whom it may com em, tho foi
lowing merchandise damaged by sea
water on vo)nge of Importation, ex
German ship "Slieue." Cupt. 11. Saner
milch, from Ilremerhavcn:
Mnik II. II. & Co. o Ino. 36.
2"J Cases nauerbrunnen, 60 bottles
TeruiB Cash. U. S. Gold Coin.
MR. C. J. LUDWIGSEN
On Saturday, October 19th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
ut my salesroom. C5 Queen street. I
will sell at Public Auction, tho ele
gant homestead of Mr. C. J. Ludwlg
sen. situated on tho corner of LUNA-
L1I.0 nnd KHEAUMOKU streets.
Tho property faces 200 feet on li-'
nalllo strcot, 180 feet on Keeaumok-i
street nnd 200 feet on itntlock street.
Grounds nro well cultliutcd un l
Large now dwelling house contain,
parlor nnd sitting room, dining nn I
sowing loom, kitchen, pantry, etc.
Upstairs four spacious tieurooms,
with (lothcs closets and bath.
ScrinntB' quarters on tho grounds.
A flno opportunity to obtain one if
tho nicest residences In Honolulu.
For further particulars apply to
Jas. P. Morgan,
65 Queen St..