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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T.. SATUHOAY, OCT. 12. 1901
Line t of
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrlvo and lenve this port as hereunder:
MOM SAN KKANCISCO,
ALAMKIM OCT. 10
SONOMA OCT. li
ALAMHDA NOV. 0
VHNTUILV NOV. 20
ALA.MHDA NOV. 23
In connection with the Railing of the above steamers, the agonta are pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any frail
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from Now
York by any steamship line to all European ports.
K FOIt FUKiHIlIl PAUTICULAIIS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 3. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Risen 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.
PEKU OCT. 12
COPTIC OCT. 22
.MEKICA MAIIU OCT. '.0
PEKINd NOV. 7
GAELIC NOV. H
UONOKONCl MAIIU NOV. 28
CHINA NOV. 30
DOHIC . , DEC. ID
NIPPON MAIIU DEC. 18
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. S. S. CO.
H. HACKFIBLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of tbo above line, running In connection wltu tbo CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between ancoucr, B. C. nnd Sydney. N.S.tV..
and calling at Victoria, B. C Honolulu and Brisbane, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
From Vancouver anu Victoria, B.
(For Brisbane and Bvdney.)
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Cnnada, United States ami
Europe. For Freight and PasBagu cud all general Information, apply to
Thco. H. Da vies & Co., Ltd., Gcn'l Agent.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK. AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
6. S, AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, Sailed.
S.S.HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail to sail Oct. 15.
S.S.CALIFORNIA, 6,000 ions, sailed from NEW YORK June 16; will
bad at PUGET 80UND about SEPT. 1 for HAWAIIAN PORTS.
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South UrooUin at
all times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSE.
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
j Many Hours
ACROSS THE CONTINENT TROM
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
lng and Library Cars, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J H. LOTHROP, Oeneral Agent.
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agont,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San rranclsco.
B. L. LOMAX, Q. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
Honolulu Rapid Transit
and Land Company.
School Children's Tickets
Half farn school children's tickets
may bo purchased from tho conductors
on the cars, or at tho company's office
on Alapal street. Thesu will be good
for the transportation of school chil
dren up to 17 jcars of age In goln?
to and coming from school, between
the hours of 7'30 and 9:30 a. m an 1
1 and 2.30 p m. on legulai sehool
C. C. Ballentyne.
1938Jm Mgr. II. 11. V . 1 Co.
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR I8LAND PORT3.
The Brenindj Bulletin, 76 cents per
Toil SAN FUANCISCO.
ALAMi:i)A OCT. '2S
VHNTUItA OCT. 29
ALAMKOA NOV. 19
SIHIUtA NOV. 10
ALAMEDA DUG. 4
NIPPON MAIIU . . .
l-rom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Vlctorln nnd Vancouver. B. C.)
MOANA OCT. 23
MIOWEItA NOV. JO
AOuaNOI DEC. IS
MOANA JAN. 15
YOU CAN DO IT NOW,'
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 S!t.
Honolulu Office, 315 Fort St.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger w 111 call for jour message
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINO STREET LINE.
Cirt leave Wtlklkl for town at 5 4j, 6 t j. 6 49 A M
ana every is minutes Ihertatler II I 1041 eilev anJ
11 . j l M. from Wa klkl ko tufie Punahou Sublet
Can leave R Ranee or Pawaa kltch for town al
5 ejA M ana every 15 minutes ihtreatter till 11 oee.M
Cart leave Fort ant King streets corner for Palama
at 6 10 A M. and every 19 minutes after till 11 s
Cars leave for Palama only at 1 an4 3 10 A M
Cars leave Palama for VV alkiki s 4) A m ani every I
13 minutes lilt Q 4S P H . then at to t ana to 45 P.M '
Then n P M from Palama for Punahou only coei I
to Walklkl on SaturJas
Cars leave I on ana King streets corner fotKlflel
Ranee at s iu ant 1104a I
Cars leave I nrt ani Klnir streets corner tor Walkikl
al 6 0 A M. ant every 1 1 minutes till to oil M then at
10 13 and 1 1 j p . The 1 1 1 P.M. cos 1 Walklkl I
on Satur Jays only, .
BERETAMA STREET AND I'tJlMMJ VAILLY I
Cars leave Punahou StaMe tor Town at I anl
for Town ana Valley at j 40 5 50 t 10 so 6 40 t ana 1
7 so A M. '
Cars leave Oih 1 Colleee for town unl Valley at I
6 jo 6 jo and 1 10 A v, and ever) 10 mluutls tilt to it
P.M. except the even Hour ana nail, hour cars wnicn 1
run from the Stable
Cars leave Nuuanit Valley al 6 to 6 10 6 jo a.m and
averv 10 minutes therealter till lo o P.M
Cars leave tort and Queen streets for Punahou
Cotleeeat 60s 6 a 64s AM and every 10 minutes
arter lilt o 4S P M Alter mat tne cars run 1 1 tnc
Stabte up tun sop m. whli his the lastcar from Town.
rcacning tne atapie at 11 oi- m
O R. & L. Co.
Prom unci after Junuary 1, 1899
STATIONS .IAILV IHILV
(Outward) ex.Sun haiiv ex Sun ntlLV iiailv
AM AM, AM P Vt I'M
Honolulu tie 9 ts It S J IS S 10
Pearl Clt 8,) ui8 11 40 1 IT 5 lo
Lwa Mill 8 si to S laoo 4 s e, to
Walanae to so 4 4S
W.lalua It IS S 4
Kahukk It Ji 61s.
(inwatd) es Sun DAIIV ItsllY OAICV
A M A M P M P VI
Kahuku .... s IS so8
Walalua .... 1 10 ... s so
Walanae ... T 10 . )s
EwaMlll s so 'IS 1 os els
Pearl City . . .61s 801 1 to 4 ss
HonoUlu . .. en 8 is 10s s 16
V C. SMITH, Gen'l Pass. & Ticket Agt.
O. P. DENISON, Superintendent
The Hawaiian Realty and
Maturity Co., Ltd.
Dealers In real estate, loans, mort
gages, etc. Agents New Hampshire
Fire Insurance Company.
General Gusjneis and Financial Bro
building.; P. t
3 and 4, Mclntyre
Box 262; Phone
Tin Legislature not being in session,
Spinker J A. Aklna of the Houso of
itepresentntlvir has s nt tho following
litter to Secietnrv1 titteh oik as rep
resenting the deep feeling of thu Ha
waiian's. September 30, 1001.
Sir The Legislature not being In
sesMon the snd honor of expressing
the sentlimntn of the peopbj of Ha
waii upon the awful occasion of tho
nssassltuitlon of our belovid Chief
MnglMrate falls upon mo ns the pre
siding f i Ilk-er of the meet aumcrous ot
the two bodies ihosen by tho peopbj
of this Terrltoiy to rcpretent them.
l have tilt. Honor to transmit here-1
with n humble tribute from tho Ha-'
nnilan people addresd to Mrs. Mi
Klnley, testlfving our high esteem for
our stricken President and our slncero
svmpnthy for his mot worthy help
I have the honor to r quest that you
will loiwnrd tho sain to Mri, McKIn-
Icy nnd thnt Jolt will ailvlte. the nation,
thtough the President or Congross, or
sncii otner cnnnnei as may seem to VP Hop Company, copartnership
vnu proper, that the p-ople of Hawaii, ,i,.,.(i; vegetable and trull plnntirH, I'a
with the people of her Miter Stalls tioa. Honolulu. Onhu: cunltal iL'lO". six
and Territories, mourn for the depart-
ed President abhorring the fact that
s) dnstardly a deed Is poli.o in our.
might land of liberty, nnd rerveutly
thanking f!od that In thl suprem
hour He hns raised up so worthy a sue
ccssor to him whose name shall stand
with thnt of Llnioln and Washington,
and perhaps, In Hawaii at Kant, will
tnnd before eliuer.
With assurances of th hlthest ph
.eim. I have the honor to remain,
lion, i; A. Hitchcock Secretary of tho
luteiior, Wahlngton, D C,
The following litter & lurvvuided
to Mrs. .Mi Klnley through the biimu
September 30. 1001.
i Mis. William Me Klnley Canton, Ohio.1
Dear Mndiim. s Speak i of tho
J House of ltepiestutntlvet ol tho first
Legislature ot the lerritorj of Iluwall,
and on behnlf of the uicrnbers nnd of-
llecrs of that body, I vvImj to extend to
ou the slmeiu " v.ioha" of tho entire
Hawaiian people in onr tribiilutlon.
and to mlil our mite to tlw weulth of
ivorthy tributes to our be(,tll Preb
A nntuiall loving and i-;iiipritlietlc
'nee, the Hnwalinns had 3r,t 'onto to
"ispeet ami ndmlle and luter to love,
tho mvut and good man who had,
,11'rough the Organic Aet eriutlng Hih
Punitory or Hnvinli, and through bis
ippeilntnie nth to the bench given back
lei the llbero-lovlng HnwnllaiiH Hih
Ights vvlilih tlie-y formerly enjoyed,
I mil nioie hIikc nx Aluerieans vohnvci
uie'io rights than as HawmlmiH wo
ver hud, iven under the but of thu
tiveiniiients of our ehon u hoverelgns.
With nil the world. Hnwull mourns
vlth ou "Kamel.aim.liu, the lonely
H. e vviiii nil iniriciiii Mnies nun
ri'ltitoiiis llnwnll liiouim tlio Iosh of
he neibleht niiil bet I Viut-ri'mi of Ills
ige But perhaps inor deeply than
in other part of thr world ovei
wlile h the ling wave" Hawi. I nnd es
iiclall the llnwallau raee mourns for
1 1 mi who made us a pan of thu giund
I'l'lim and rchloied to ut ,w rights to
'life, llbirt nnd the purniit if huppl
Ills lilgh Mntea.nianhlp will over
'ie n model for our ln pul.tleal tliluL
rs. The menioi of hih kindliness
will help thej more' rapid! to heul the
wound which Hawaii has suffered. And
Ills noble Chilstlun life will for time
lie ver ending be n innt-tnr.t inspiration
to the raie. which from the hrst re
eelved the (lospel ot C'hriM gladly.
I liave the honoi to remain.
Most since H'b ourp
JOSKI'H A AK1NA.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
fake Laxative llromo Quinine Tablets.
ll druggists refund the money If It
tails to cure. L W Orovo'r slgnnturo
Is on each bo. i'J cents.
Don't fnrMt Cimnrlnni- of the Cnll
fniul.i Fi ult Market when you want
fruit and vtgetnblee llu always has
on hnii'l n fieidi suppl of both Califor
nia and Island fruit Te-h phone Main
"What do ou mil the meter
I call it gas meter. I don't
:tt$hV7& rfA- mm& 7 -
Instruments Filed for Record Octo
ber 12, 19.i.
Pang Cheng1 and wife- Pang Tung
lai . Mtg
Recorded October 1, 1901.
M (I Knholual nnd husband to
Pint American Savings and Trust
Ce mpany of llavvnll. Limited; addition
al charge; portion firant 340, Ku
Ipokahua, Honolulu, Oahu; 2iiii. UuoU
220, page 112 Dated September 3,
Recorded October 7, 1901.
Francisco da Camnrn nnd wife to
Joao Antonio; mortgage; lot 2, block
(.', Villa Franca, Hilo, Hawaii, SUtf,
tour ears nt 8 per rent Hook 2J7,
page 17!'. Dated August J 1901.
Manoel Pachico and wife to Jones F.
Ferrelra; deed; piece land, Wnlnuku,
IIMci, Hawaii; !3b.',. Book 225, pago
MS. Dated August 23, l'.'UI.
I Kaohe Mauhelemnku to Hebecca Kl
'nlmakn et a!.; deed; piece land. Wat
I Mil Honolulu, Oahu, Book 225,
page 340. Dated September 4, 1901.,
Tnnakn to Hnnn Store; chattel mort
gage: merchandise in store, .MuKaa
Ine Hnnn Maul; $.".on, three months.
Book 22(i, page 413, Dated Jul 17,
Knterprltn Mill Company, Limited,
to Martha Merger; nsslgnmeiit of tnort
gage, mortgngo Mrlvinguo on pott Ion
It P 218, Kill H'.i.'.i, Knakopun, llu
lioltilu Oahu; JHOoti, Hooi. 227, pngo
181. Dated September 27. 1901.
Fred. W.tldvogel to Zeldn M. Cuti
tin, release; portion Ap 3, H. P. 4I2,
Kill. rf,:i7. Piinchhotvl street, Honolulu
Oahu; $.ton. Book 221, page iiuj. D.it
id October 7, 1901.
James Horry to Kala Williams et nl.;
n lease; lot 27, blork 11, Kownlo trait,
Honolulu. Oahu; J3"0. Book 20 1, page
i l. Dated September 30, 1U1.
Recorded October 8, 1901.
S. K. ha no nnd vvlfei to Henry
Smith, trustee; mortgage; lots 15 nnd
li; Keklo trnrt, Honolulu, Oahu; $3in),
one nr at SI per c nt. Book 227, page
182. Dated October 8, 1991.
E. C. Maefarlanc et nl. to Emma
Ma farlnne; bill of sate' li asehold,
live stork. ete Ahulmanu Kocilniiiio-
im. Oahu: SI. Hook 224. tiaeo 301. I):it-
ed September 10, IS'01.
ycam. Book 221. nagu 301. Dated Oc-
tobcr 8. 1901.
Recorded October 9, 1901.
k. L. Hutchinson to Olan Sugar
Company;' lease; right of way for
nitme over Patent 11.11, Kallmann, 111
lo Hawaii, forty ears at Ji. Hook
22b. page IS". l)ate. September 3v,
Recorded October 10, 1901.
(' A 111 to i:ualol AM; bill of snlc:
rice-, machinery, tools, crops, etc.. Wnb
npuku. North Kohnla. Hawaii, liel.S0.
Book I'.'l, page W, Dated October '.',
l.llluokalaiil to Wong Kvrnl; le'ase;
"Ahupuaa of I.umahal," Hanalel Ka
uai: ten ears nt JJlno per annum.
Be.ok 22i, page ltt8. imted July 21,
SIMPLICITY OK SCIILNCK.
Sclcnco ts nlwa8 simple. It's only
quackery that Juggles with Jargon.
Medical treatment of the past dealt
with "simples," tho puro vegetable
remedies provided by nature Sagwa
Is compounded of simples. It Is pure
ly vegetable. It Is scientific, because
it Is based on tho known curative pro
perties of tho herbs, roots, barks and
gums which It contains. It Is the
most efficient blood purifier nnd b'ood
builder known. Ninety per cent of
diseases aro curable by tho prompt
anil proper uso of "Sagwa. It expels
from tho blood all corrupting and cor
roding elements and builds up a new
body with new blood. There Is no
substitute for Klcknpoo Indian Sag
vva. Hobiou Drug Co., agents for the
Klcknpoo Indian ltemedlis.
IHJRU HUOM COAST.
The sli'nmer Peru, from Snu Krau
ilsco. arrived lieie lust I'Venlng alter
li line trip, blnto her last trip here
the vessel hns hnd her passenger nc-
(iimmodatloiis enlarged and n new nnd
higher smokestack put on. The' rooms
on tlio upper deik former! used by
tlie purser nnd irelght ilerk have been
ronverted Into staterooms nnd mmln
lot tho niiiiuimodatlon of three pas
The vi'Bsel made the run from the
Coast In a little over six iajH and
will remain hern until tomorrow morn
ing, taking 30(1 tons of coal before)
vailing, nt 7 o'clock. Several passeu
gets, a largo mall and some small
fii'lght were hi ought lor tills port.
' Ceruslne is a now iiroduct of M. I.e
pine Intended ns n substitute for oil
paint. It Is a mixture of nnluial gluu
and while lead, with tho addition of u
nryln,; proportion ot borax, nnd a
Hmnll quantlt of potash or nitric acid
riU usual pigments uru added for tlie
Stindttd itmedr for C'eet,
Conorrhceaand Runnlnol ,
IN 48 HOURS. Curtl Kid-
nia snd Bladder iroumM.
of Mr. Longwlnd'a last poem?
know what ho calls It."
(Continued from pazo 10
blanketing of the Shnmroek, Tim
ehnllfiigei s greater sail ana soou Ihj
gnu to tell, nnd, gradually, she lessen
ed tho dlslnnie hetwem herself nnd
the living leader.
Willi vnrjliig fortunes the two
ought It out to the outer mark, first
uuo and then the other forging ahead
to tho iieslienlng of th stornwnrd
wind .Searing tn- mark the Sham
roik drew considerably In the lead
ami taking In Her balloon Jib nnd spin
naker as she swung nround the point,
fennel, ns the Columbia loilowiii hit
lloiiiiil thnt she hnd gained one inlu
uto and lour seeomls in the run dow
'I he struggle then vvns mnlnly n bat
tle ot skippers, aud n right grand
Mitiggle It was. And as tho two rap
irs, niter numerous talks, finally drew
mm the Sandy Hook lightship, which
marked the finish ot the race, the Co
lumbia backers saw. with Mclr hcniw
In thi'lt mouths that the Shamrock
mis ni'iirl on uviu terms with tho,
v.nnkei hint thu two noing scare el n
liligth apart. Lengths counted then,!
but the' ilefender though sailed vvl'n
all tin' skill of lu-r export mnster could
not overeome the Slmniroe k s lead, nnd I
lu the bltler struggle that tollowed the
challenger flunll) staggered over the
lln' with a kail of k thnn her ovvti
length ami two seconds In time This,
subline ted Jiom the forlj-threu sec
onds which the Shamrock allows tho
Columbia, gave the V trior) to the clu
linder bj the cloe margin of fcnty
LAST RACE IN DETAIL
Ni-w York, Oct 1 It was half an
hour belore the preparatory gun vvlieu
tho eoiiimlttee boat Nnvlgalor hoisted!
lue slKiinl "I). C. S, Indicating that
tue c inline would be lllteuu miles to
leewanl anel return Hie1 wind at ,
that time eamu fiom the north north
west and was blow lug nil of twelve-
miles an hour. Both taees came out
lu tow of the ir tugs and seemi'il slow
m getting their snlls set. Ihe Sham
reek was first to hoist her mainsail
anil also Hrst to gi't up iui largest
dub topsail. The Columbia, evidently
waiting to test the strength of thu
i mini, inn not gii uer ciuu topsail unui
lu hi i) clock, captain iiarr ileilded
that the wind was not too strong for
bis No. 1. .
At the preparatory signal at 10.15
o clock both boats were lar up to the!
ulmlunril mill imimii .litviti fnunr.l tin'
lightship anu Just ln'iore the warning
gun ncfiln nendeil up Into the wind
simultaneously nnd worked back to
their former positions. Iloth were on
the port tuck and close hauled, with
(be Columbia on tho weather ciuartei
ot tho ehalle nger. Tin1 American boat
was first to tome about alter the'
warning gnu at 10. Sa o'clock. Sham
rocg Immiiliiitel followed and planted
nersell dlreitly astern of thu deiender.
it tlie same tlmo breaking out her tre
mendotis balloon Jib and letting full to
tatboanl her spinnaker pole It vvns
jeaineire'B giinii' to cross Inst If pos
sible. This he was able to do, but j
while he hnd the pride of position lu
1 leeward Blurt, he tumid himself thlr
. seconds behind the handle np gun.
Parr, In the meantime, lind delni'd
menklng nut his light sails unci still
.11 Id the Columbia's sheets In slat,
ltius he. too, handicapped his boat lu
trussing, but not so much ns his rlvnl,
lor It is estimated that ho was only
rilteen seconds behind the handicap
con. Spinnakers on nolh bonis were
.irokeii nut on the Hue and away they
went on what proved to bo the last
ruce of the International series of 1901.
iloth boats began handicapped. The
utile lal tlnu of the start us posted on
no bulletin board of tlio committee
01 at was as follow u.
Hardly had the boats got over the
Hue before It wns seen Hint the Shum
rock was gaining on her rlvnl. Slowl
ane crept up nnd nt II 17 was on even
.inns. Hall a minute Inter she show
,1 he r bowsprit aheinl and from there
m Itcl the Columbia to tne outer mark.
Die inn down the wind wns un
.-mntt ill alter the Shnmroek took the
ead, i-xcept nt u tew moments before
.no turn, when the Columbia catching
Hrst a flesh puff of wind ran up on
tho challengers weather quarter. The
uoatH were then very near the turning
buoy, so that the Shamrock took In
ner splnunki r and balloon Jib and set
with n greater speed than had et been
shown b the llrltish crew her Jib and
sln)sall. As soon ns these two hoad
sails lllled wuh wind the llrltish bout
lufted nut under the bow of tho Colum
bia, took on new life nnd rompe d ahead
again. Columbia kept tier spinnaker
until within two minutes of tlie mark,
hoping with this nddi.louul sail to
pull up. Hut slice was unable to do so
nnd hnd to turn fort nliiu seconds be
hind her rival. The oillelal time of
tinning the outer murk wns as fol
lows: Shamrock, i..1S:16.
Thus, on thu run straight uovsn tb"
rind the c hnllcnger had gained, ac
cording to oillelal time, 19 seconds, but
In reality she had done better than
11,1k, lor lo tills 19 seconds nro to bo
added the If, seeomls which tho Co
tuniM.i led her over the starling line.
After rounding the mark the Sham
ruck stood olf for some minutes on the
I'nrboirel tuck. Just hcioree 1 o'clock
lie (left nder enmo uboiit and stood
over on tho stnrbouid tack toward tlio
Shamrock. The two boats held along
together cm tho same tnrlc tor five or
Mx minutes. Then tho Snnmrork put
Ubout anil at 1:05 crossed tlio Colum
bia s Irons and lacked well on tho
American boat's wentner. Then, ex
actly as was tiL,aso )esterday and
almost nt thu satun time of the da,
1 1.', another diamatic event of thu
Ill three minutes the Columbia pass
ed clear thicugh the lee of the chal
lenger, went on tho port tark and eas
ily eiossed her bows, tho Shamroca.
at once tarked under the defender's
Ice and then developed a situation that
could not bo explained unless by
ciinnge or winu.
While the Columbia kept on point
Ing ery high, the Shamrock headed
fit off to leeward ami for several min
utes did not point anywhere near as
high as the Columbia, and rapidly fell
olf The wind had now tlropptd ma
tt ilall nnd It boon became) lluky as
wll Hrst one boat getting It In putts
nnd Hun the other At times there
wits n great illnViince in their point
Ing the Columbia now holding well
up, while tho Shamrock fell off, and
thin again tho ruvcrse was tine
At 1 Co tin boats wero standing
along on the port tack, but vvltlo aptrt
rue i omnium was wen to wind waul
tho .l.Htiu.re estimate.. It sumo of tho . In ...... .,.. tt.n ..
5achtIiiK 8laus nt noarly n milt butl1 r u utno aen
at tho fiamo tlmo sho uaa ttllRhtly i
asturn A scilesof Hhort tnckswas bo. The .evening Dulletln 75 cents per
cim l both racers, auU In thett taa
HERE'S TO MEN OF MIGHT
HERE'S TO YOUTH WITH ALL ITS JOYS.
HERE'S TO HAPPINESS AND HEALTH.
HERE'S TO NATURE'1 REMEDY.
C -f irTfc MR-j .N.
4 W j Jr
,: jn&Bfei na
WEAK MEN CAN BE CURED. The e ff. e ts of Illness rail he
lemovtd the full strength of nerves ami musc'.'s inn be restori'd
and the old vim an J snap be- felt once more
DR. MCLAUGHLIN'S ELECTRIC BELT.
I nllke nn.v thing that has ever bi'i'ii sold before. Not "ns gool"
but oi'itei strung! i more du able more pleasant to use. thnn any
otluT eleetrie bod appllatie on enrth It li'stoies lienlth b plin'
ing a gi'iit e stream of eb-ctilelt Inlo tlie wean parts while hi
ship It kIvi-s ii nirtent which .vent feel n.i the time' but It never
bums or MNters us do the oldstle belts It bus n pern et rvgtila
ten ami in 'clnl eulilon ilictroib's
1 Beit inns nil pnln and weakness In from no to no das
Cull ami sei li or write todii form lieamifiill limstrnti-il so par -Iiihis
full of happv tldlngH for sick piopb' Si lit free
Dr. W. Q. ricLausrhlin. IZ &:
tCCCCCCCW" i iimdimmtt i 1. i li fc,,i nl tofe
A. T. HAOnNKAMP. Mnniifjei-.
SI nmriiek showed evident gains be
lug allied ! friendly slntits of wind,
l-'or half an bout these tbort Inclis con
tttiiied nnd when nt 2 etc lock tho
boats raine together ueiir enough to
afloril lompnrlson, it was sun that
Inc ihnllengi'r hud made up a Inige
pun, If not nil, her loss The wind.
meanwhile, hnd become mbre and
)Hl.,, r ,',, Vatlk ,, (lf Mna
imifii Mill, t niiil i n u liliiU-ltii twit uliir
a good test of tailing the raie- now
In i nine n mnttt r of luck In getting
uud good senmuiiblilp 111 met ting the
vnrlng pulTt At the same time It ln
came n ver close iiuntr, and Hutu
was lute use excite uient lu the1 sight
seelni! llu t.
A lew minutes after 'i o'clock llnrr
put the- Columbia about on the star
board tae k and headed for the Jersey
shore. A minute Intel the Miamroi k
followed, nnd It wns t tit it seen hc.voud
possibility of doubt that nie American
bunt wns not only to windward, but
was slightly ahead. Again the two
racers went Into short reaches, nnd
ilea In thu challenger tame out with
gains to her credit, so that nt ";"U she
look the li ad. Tho wind wns now fast
diopplug hut the boats were within
live miles en the lliilsh line and had
pleut of time lu which to cross Inside
the limit unless the brec ze fell to u
lint culm it becnniu ntibinl'a race,
and the excitement Inetensed, A few
more slioit tucks and tho llrltish b'
added to her lend b interim-, puns.
Seamanship uf the hlghist ordei wns
lion leipilrid and In this lespect It
vvns hats off to doiight Charlie Hair,
lie nursed his ciuft along lu the light
airs In n wondcrtul niniini r, uud nt
ever moment had n sharp ee out fin
mi ihuiige of wind
Shortly nftn - -IU o'clock both boats
tvent on n long port tack, nnd when, ut
SI'lT o'clock tue tih.imioik put about
tj meet the- Columbia, It was evident
that she still hail n slight lead, for shu
fore id the defender about Having
dc no this, the Shumroik again went
ubout on the port tack, with the uvl
dent hope of fetching thu line, now
about a mile nway. 'tne Columbia kept
on u couple of minutes longer and then
follow tit her llval. She was In tho
vvlndwaid both but well astein, and
the lend of the Kngllshmitn wns un
mistakable. Iloth bunts were being
sailed for all there wns lu them, nnd
tlie.v wtnt through the water nt a
spi'ed lemarkable for the light wind.
It was apparent that u nerve straining
finish was at hand. Chuille llnrr kept
up his good work and took advantage
of every change ot air that could pos
slbl help him Tlie Columbia was
pcreeptlbl gaining but every soul In
tne Meet was wondering If she could
pull up eiiougli to tlosu thu lino
iiliiad The wind headed both boats
u bit and It bee nine apparent that
neither could fetch b the lightship.
At I :io n't luck the ShamiocK went
nbout on the starboard and be ailed
I leu the middle of the llluj. 1 ho Coliim
Ida luc ked uiidi r hi r Ice, Ilarr's game
'being to back wind the headhulls of tlie
ihulbiiger On they cume the Amei-
lenn boat gaining slightly. The crowd
l lie gnu to cheer, for it was then u ter
taint that the gnlhtnt neht was well
within her time allowance If she could
not c loss tlrst.
The Shnmroek was tlrst to luff
atross, bin hardly was this peiteptlble
bi fin n llarr did the same thing with
the Columbia uml the w cut over only
two seconds apart. Hut tho two sec
ends wire- to the credit of the Sham
rock lu actual me, though she wns a
beaten boat according to the rules o(
I the game.
New urk, Oil I A illsp.iteh lo Ilia
Herald from Loudon citintoi the D.illr
Mall us s.tlng
'Sir Thorn j Upton bus. If we mar
use the Irish-like expression, scored n
spb mild failure Hit, tountr)iiiiti on
1 tills shit uf the ocean uml doubtless
Canadians and otlu'is luivo .ill end) et
truiltd to him .ultuliliig sviupath 1 1 li
Uoutilnuii'ii are full) alive to the gnat
service he has rendered a muni ad
vulturous nation il pastime tlie pas.
I I tlllt lit 11 Tf-ti1u U.lle-1 (lULet tH I I lit lllfL.
When i nui lias
truth to tei he filing
no end of hearoia
Win li his story Is
a gladsome one and
he Is nble to bilng
news of heill'j and
strength to ihon
who .nrc weak at I
broke n down h"
finds mlllloi'S icady
to llsttn Such
in Such is a
rj, It Is full I
h nnd over T
with tidings I
in stor ,
llowing with tidings
of new strength and
life for the sick Hint
At the entrance
to the Famous
lao Vallev. anJ
easy access to
volcano In the
for Tourists and
ISLAND OF MAUI.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located in the Famous Coallnga Oil
Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, completely Riir
rounded by as rich oil producing welli
as there lire In the State, JleMIng from
o to 2 ,U barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil nt the du!
ingn wells, 7u cents per barrel.
With twi'iit live producing wollf i
loo bin reds inch per day, ou c-an
make our own calculation as te
The oil Industry of California Is In
Its Infant), it many fortunes have
been made by Judicious and lucky In
vestments In oil stock. Many roor
will be niiitle In the near future
The average ndvnnto on origin.!
sales of oil stock In twenty lendln;
companies In California has beer.
from tl to Um per share.
Oil lands have advanced from V-i
to ll.ouo iitul $2.1)110 per urre
When tlio Pacific Union Oil Com
pan has a number of producing well,
on Its property, its stock will haw
the same show fur even a greater
vuuee. us some nil stock bus ndvancej
from $1 to $1 r.e0 per share.
The Pacific I'nlem Oil Company lias
mi snkiiled utile era, and Is controlled.
Ii well known gentlemen of Integrity
who will see Hint the mone) derived
from the sale of stuck will Im legit!
mated applied lo the development o:
Tor further Information apply to 1
H KlSlir.U V CO. Stock and How!
Brokers, nnd Hawaiian agents for the
sale of u limited amount of PucIC
Union Oil Company stock. Stangt'r.
wald building. Merchant street.
Dm lug ni tempornr) nbsenee from
this Teiiltory Mr. 11. I. Spalding will
att miller lull power of attorney im
tho Hank of Clnus Spree kt Is & Co.
iiH,.:-iw w. o. ntwi.v.
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night wale lime n furnished for bull!
lugs, business ptopcrty and residence.
iliillders will do well to consult How
crs In regard to watchmen. '
SALE OF SEAT IN HONOLULL
STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE.
Tlie utiderslgni'd will receive of
fers to puithnse tho sent of C VI
1'iilk, ni , as a member of the Ho
nolulu Sim k and llond Hxehiinge.
Membership In tue i.xihange en
titles thu holder to an Insurance of
Sale subject to continuation by th?
Fuither p.ulteiilnrs of the under
signed, to whom offers tu pure has)
should be nddresseil pi lor to Weilne
till. October 10. 19dl.
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President Honolulu Stock and lloiL.
Kxc linnge. 195C Ot
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER'
will lecelvi a limited number of pnplli
Term commenting on and nfler Sep
lU.'l Heretnnln Su
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f'mJr, tor Uonorrha-K.
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