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EVENING BrLLETIN, HONOLULU H. T.. SATURDAY. OCT. 12, IMI.
READY FOR USE
Comes in all tints and shades.
E. O. HALL & SON,
MRS. ED. A.
1120 FORT STREET
ULALK I HOST.
A FAULTLESS LIGHT
TEL. MAIN 390.
and every other kind from any cause
and Including neuralgia, In 20 mln
Ues. Don't foot w'lh a headache
it wastes "time and nerve strength.
Buy a box and be prepared.
Contain no harmful substances of
any kind They are positively help
ful to nerves and syxteni. Soli
by all druggists at 10- ind25c. ab.x
(lour n.-nes as nany In i
The genuine put up
In tablet form only.
Avoid powders pA p in
cachets mads of pasta)
because su h c "-is
warp open, spo ting ihe
powder and when damp
are worrry. Cessler's
are guaranteed to cure
absolutely In 20 minutes,
or return partly used
dox to druggist
and he will re
1JI USE IS
SH 1 UTM,
The case of Di Wlnslow and Mlu
Mudge of K on!, in, ch.irgcd with assault
aud battery on one llo3 Lul by name,
eanie up for trlnl In the Polled Court
this forenoon The name of Dr. Wlns
low was first tailed but there was no
answer. Attorney Andrnde. counsel
for the defendant, explained that bin
client was leiy 111 at the Hawaiian ho
tel W O. Smith, appealing for .Miss
Mudge, stated that he wa ready to
proceed with the trial. High Sheriff
I'Hroun asked thnt the two cases be
tried together, since tho offense with
alilch the defendnnts were charged
as alleged to bale Declined at the
Lime time nnd place. ,Deput Sherllf
l llllllllKnui 111 Hill) A'uc ii,i-, tu i,u-i
fau jfsterdny nnd had examined Into
the evidence. Six witnesses had been
iubpoe lined but, understanding that the
rase would not come to trial today.
they had not come to town.
After alt the attorneys had had their
f.iy and Miss Mudge had been consult
ed the caso was continued until Satur
Two uioie warrants against Dr.
Wliisloii, chaialir; him with assault
and battery on two other Fl.iw.ilian
girls of Koolnu, will Iw berved this
afternoon or Monihy,
e --c. cox.; r-SfS '
Next iloop to Illilct-H.
SERVICE - -
OPEN DAY AND SIGHT.
Fine caskets, shrouds and robes
of every description.
Pirst-clas Embalmer Irom S. F.
TEL MAIN 179.
FOR THE HOME.
There Is only one and that Is the In
candescent. Aluajs ready foi use with a soft
brilliant and stead llit. Does not
smoke or smell
Adds the finishing tourh to a well
Not expensive as many people think;
costs very little more than kerosene.
Let us g'e mt an estimate in wir
ing xiur houe Jon will find cur fig
uies fai below what on t.pccted
KING STREET, near Alakea.
k im mw f.. ir tm
W WLm - - m 1 HL! s m
nn., nTllnri rrM i Minn
OUIYIt UlnLn rtLLUYY O
4 If j em don't jjet n rljj nt
Stock Yiii-iIkCo. noil tube
-her lor n drive,
Sv client turnouts. In town turn
Ihlicel on n moments notice.
RING UP MAIN 301.
Honolulu Stock Yards
Weather Bureau, Punnhoti, October
12 Teniperiituie Morning minimum,
(i. .Mlitiliiy tiinlmum. S2.
Haionieter nt 9 n m 29.91. Steady
Dew Point GSF.
Humidity nt 9 n. in Cfl per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Oc
tobei 12 Weather clear; wind light H.
Friday. Octnliur 11.
P. M. S. S. IVrn, Plllsbur, rioni
Stmr. Wnlnlonlc I'lltr. from Kaiml.
Sntmday October 12.
Stmr. Klnaii. Fioemau, Irom Itllo
nnil wiy pints.
Stnirl,chun, Napnla, from Maul ami
St mi Nooau, W.ininn. f i run liana
Stmr Nllliau, Thompson, from Ka
ujI. Slmr Mnul Bennett, fiom Haw all.
Am bh. AldcD lii'thv. Klessel, 2i
c'.njs from San Pinnclrco.
Kildnj, October 11.
Sihr. .Mllle Mori Ik for Onliu poiti.
Saturday. October 12
Am bkt. Kllkltnt, ltose-, for thu
Am bKt. Coronndo, Patter, for San
Schr. Eclipse. Townscr.d, for Maul
mid Konn ports.
Slmr. Wnlalonle. Pllti. for liana
maiilit and Ahuklnl nt 3 p. in.
I'lum San Francisco, per P. M,
S S IViu. October 12. Pur Hono
lulu Mrs. C P. Mow, T. J. King.
Mis. .1 Emiiielutli. Master J. Emmcl
nth. II. 11 Dlniidliig. John Hoffman,
.1. Emmelulli. It J. llui liRiinn. II V.
Stlllw.dl, Mm. II V. Stlwi-F.
okohatna Louis Allnrt. Ilenry Lew
Is Dr. A Clinmutr, Jlrs. henry Lew
Is. II. Zuckschwerdt. Tor Shanghai
Mr P A Hot sell. Miss B. Tholl Pur
Hongkong -Mis .1. M ISu linnun.
Mrs. A. G Gordon. Mis Jrnn Gordon,
W. J. Karnes. C. Hnny Shoemaker,
F. Schwnrzkor. A ( Gordon. Miss
Peggy Gordon, Miss E Hlllliouse. Mis
C. A. Klugdon J. S. Smith, 11. C.
Wells, 0. Edwards.
Fiom Kuiial, lier stmr. Xlllinn, Octo
ber 12. P. II. Plaits.
11 oin Hllo nnd wav liorts. ner stmr
Klnaii. October 2. Hon. J. II. lloyd,
(ion. i;. S. Ilojd. Mnrston Campbell,
J. T. Stacker. Miss II. Lemon .Miss
II. Gurnvy, Mrs. E. A Praser, J. M.
Oat. ..Mix. Emma lliiicer, Itc . .1 I,
Ut-lircns. It. II. Woods. Mis. It. II.
Woods. It llnwxlitirst. J. G. Scrrao.
W. T. Maiding. Prank Goilfiey. Jas
Kulikl, J. M. Coulsou. J. M. Viai
II. Manuenc. .Mrs. M. 0. Whitney
W. ltelnhnidt, Mrs. II. Ludloff. H
J. Clinug. Mr. .1 S. Pi-nj Miss I..
Hall. S. Mlneklshl 1). M. lluchanan
wife and thn-r ehlldien; Hon Julian1
Monsnrrat. Mrs. M. Mnchado and
rhlld. I) Piindt. .Mrs. J. H. MacKen-1
lie and ton George Osbotne C Slra
knnc. H. Young. E P. Jlahie. W E
fnlniier. Jlrs. Emma llal.gr, mid 123 ,
Judge Geir hns appointed W. George
Ashley as guaidlan ml litem for Mary.
Maggie. Susan and Scraphlna. the
four minor ihlldnn of A. C I'et:iaa,
In the matter of the Pestana Mat
M A Gonsalies. ndmlnlstintoi. bv IiW
ottoiney, I. M. Long, hau glim notice
, repaintcly to Jmlntlm Pestana. widow,
and to the guardian of the minor cha
rt en thnt the liciulng of the ionflrm.1
Hon of sale of icnl estate Is set fnj
Monday next nt !' 30 a. m.
The first ofllier of the steamer Peni
U nutohrlty for the fctatemeut thnt the
Shamrock II nnd Columbln will chnngo
crew and sail another' i ace. The out- i
come of such n malch will be anxious
,ly awlted, us It would redound gieatlj
to the credit of tin- crew winning th I
, CO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
The undersigm d I.nu Sun Mce and
' Ln Kan, haie this day funned a co
pattncnhlp and will do n gtneinl ginc
eij business on King street neai LIU
m Honolulu, Tenltoi.i of Hawaii un
i del- the Hi m name San Mee Ke Co.
(Sign, d) LAP Sl'N MEE.
Honolulu, T. II.. Oct. fc. Iliiil.
TAX APPEAL COURT NOTICE.
Notice Is herebj giien tl.nt the
Couit or Tax Appeals .or the First Ju-
liililal Cluult. Island of Oahu will lt
In the hall op the giound llooi or tin
Judlclar) Inilldliig In Honolulu, lulln
'ent to tin Tax Olllc o on .iIonda the
1 l'i ilii) or Oc toner at 1 :in p m nt
huh t.me nnd place nil nppeuU on
in Income 1.i as'-essmenlH ' l,e
' -id W ., Wll.tOX
Pit Ob nt or the Couit cd Tax jiji -als
loi tin Island ot Oalm.
Honolulu Oe, ii liiol l'H.i, It
Shopping Is a Pleasure
w.ien you haie only to cull up
and haie inir packages ibdlieied nt
,10111 door, in lbs, for 10c nnd upwaids.
Merchants, Attention! Vi nuke
C O, 1). collections for 3c extia.
American Messenger Express Co.
Hotel and Alakea Sts., Phone Main 199.
BERNARD & COY'S r in piic
OP VAIilETICS WllivUJ
Just nrriieil by S. S. Sono
ma. Located opposite the
Commencing Monday Night, Oct. 14
Compilslng Lndy and Gentlemen
Equestrians, Aciobnts, Contortionists,
Tiapivn Altlsts, GmnaBtB, Perform
lug Ileuses, Ponies, Dogs, Monkeys,
Etc. Also our tin CM funny Clowns-
Nobby FraiuolH nnd Duinin). Effi
cient In ass baud nnd ring on lie sua.
Also our Etui musical sketch urtists
For fuithci paitieulars see bill pio
Prices Dress Circle, $1; Family Cir
cle, 75 cents; Gallery Circle. SO cents)
Circus officii for booking opposite
FItANK BEVERLEY, Bus. Mgr
Adi. In this column will be Inserted
at 5 nU ,a lin,e one Insertion; 25
.,,,. .TV III.GI I1WIIB) V t,,. VIIV
week; 40 cents two weekt, and 69
1 cents one-month. This Is the cheapest
advertising ever offered the people cf
There are litters nt tbl office rir
the following adiettlsers In nnswo,1
to ndiertlstmcnt In the Wnnt col
umns. Klndl; (all for snme. ".Music,"
". X.," "II. S.." "Enquirer" "H. II..'
l"lloise and Snrrj, "C A.." "OK.'
, "A. N.." "W F Il" "T A. C fa-
ble." "V P., ' "C. K " "W II. " "T, (?., '
"J. 0.," "No. 27," X" "V II., "A..
1. I). II.." "ft"
DRESSMAKING Madame Lambert,
the fashionable dtt ss-htter n la mode
de Wottli, will be pleased to lecelve
a fuw more select patlons. Conic r
Vlncard and Punchbowl l!'i!C-4t
3WEEDISH MASSAGE Mies Win
timing, IIand Hotel, oier Orpheum
NOTICE TO HUNTERS Goat shoot
Ing piirllegcs for the Xaiiakull lands
are ngnln offered to tlie public.
Thos" wishing to secure permits
will bo lurnlshcd with tickets upon
application nt Die office of The Dow
sett Company. Limited. W K. Oil
llnghnm. treasurer. l'.UG-lni
MISS C. KRUEGER-Plano Instruct
tlons; studio. Metropole Iddg.. 11 "0
Alnl.ea St ; Tel. Main 345.
GET OUR PRICES on billiard and pool
tables before buying elsewhere, sold
on ensv liniments. Our cushions ni?
V guai anteed for twenty years, and
nre made by n new vulcanizing pioe-
ess. Old tables fitted with our cush-1
Ion nre ns good as new ; satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded. See
our ndvertlsement of "Mnnager ,
Wanted" for lawful tlot mnchlne. '"
Palmer Milliard Table Works. Chl-i
cago, Ills. I'j37-2ra
IF YOU HAVE a house for rent or
want to rent a house, see A. R.
BINDT. Collections carefully at
tended to nnd promptly remitted.
Office 115 Knahumnnii street. 1SS3-U
NOTICE TO BUILDERS
The I'nloii i
Express Co. has WHITE SAND POH '
WANTED Hoy wanted by i. Paulsen.
painter Territory Stables. lfi',-3t
VANTED A hustbr with $15iu. to
take one-half inteiest In a gooil bus
iness. For further Intoimatlon nd
iluss C. M Hull' tin. liM'.O-lw
FOR EXCHANGE Stclnway pallor
grand piano for horse nnd carriage
Addicts Piano. Ilullttln olflce.
WANTED File or six-room house,
furnished or imfiirnlbliecl. centrally
located. Address II. J.. Uulletln.
A YOUNG GENTLEMAN Uvlng a few
boms' time would be pleased to pov
as model, refined ami best of char
niter, understands expression; expe
llcnce-d artists preferied. Addle, a
Artist. Dulletlii otllee. ll'fi2 lv
WANTED Four or flic-ioom eottag".
lurnlshcd, eeutially located. P O.
box 73. IMO-lw
J1E.00 TO $18.00 A WEEK SALARY
for an Intelligent man or wnnun
In each town: permanent posltlo..;
30 cents per hour for spaie tlm
Manufnetiircr. box "S, Philadelphia
VANTED Position by a young lady
ns mnographer: 'experienced. L.
II.. P. O. box 3C3. 1931' tf
MANAGER WANTED in every large
county to appoint agents for the- la
mou "Game o' Skill" nickel blot
mnchlne for drinks or cigars; law
ful eitrywhere; takes place of all
fen bidden slot machines. Itented cr
i old on easy payments. Secure ter-
iltoiy quick. Palnier ISUllanl Table
Works Chicago. Ills. lf'37-2m
WANTED To sell Diamond nnd Opal I
lllngs, In the latest Btjles. Watches
repaired by a Jeweler of 33 j ears'
e-xpeilenre. G. DIETZ, Fort street,
near Hotel. l&oS-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
BOARD AND LODCING At the Lang
ton House. Morquito proof nnd
dec tile ught Good table board,
THE MET.ROPOLE, USD Alaken St
newly furnished rooms; electrl"
light, turms reasonable. 193G-l.n
TO LET Newly fuinlhed tiotit
lfims foi gentle men. fiom Sl..".o up:
quite n tine location. Cornel Vine
jdrd aim Punehlwjwl. 19i, lw
70 LET A liiu'e sunny hont loom
In ii pip ate fainllj , niaiika Thoiiifis
Sepiare hot nnd cold water, cdectrle
llshts roskesslon giien Oct. 13th.
Address A. II. C. P. O. box 572.
TO LET Flic-room cottage, nt Cot
tage Groie. King .jt. Enquire P. E
King. No. b. 1933 it
TO LET Slx-ioom cottage on College
St with stable and servants' qurr
ters. Apply -irt lleretanla St.
LET Two front rooms.
TO LET A C-ioom houso at Knpal.i
ma. 112.50. Inqiiliei room 8, Camn
bell blk.. Fort St.. 31C. 1937-2.V
TO LET Houso at present occupied
by Mis. D. Center, Young street ox-
1 tension near McCully tract. Apply
E. F. Dlsbop, C. Brewer & Co., Queen
'TO LET Newly furnished rooms,
iiiosipiltn proof, terms reasonable.
, Third house above German Bakery,
I Port St. 1930 tf
FOR RENT Two 12) story houses at
1 Kekaulike-pa. on Young St., contain
I Ing two bedrooms, parlor, dining
i room, kitchen, bath room and patent
water closet downstairs. Kaplolanl
' j.;stnte Ltd.
TO RENT Six room cottage on Mat-
' toclc Ave.; electric lights; sanitary
Plumbing, etc. Apply G. II., P. O.
box 3C3. 1939 tf
'FOR RENT A new houso on Arte
sian St.. of six rooms with all mod'
em Improvements. Enqulro of Chas.
E. Fiashtr, Consolidated Soda
TO LET tvrooni house, mUIi barn
Nuunnu Ave. Koom 3&, Campbell
A Hpcclnl lot
MADE BY F. H. BACHMANN &
CO, BREMEN, GERMANY,
and brought to the Island before
the United States tariff on wool
Wo do not Hiippose that articles
of thin finality could ho obtained
in. the I'nlted Stntes today, even
at wholesale, for anything like the
price nt which wo will ciose them
out till week
Six colour White. Ecru, Cardi
nal. Maroon, Light lllue r.ud.Darlc
The price. Just half of what they
must needs hereafter be
LAST CHANCE AT THE REM
NANTS. Thete are still n few remnants
left on our counters. One week Is
n shoit time to self the accumu
lated odds nnd ends of six months,
so ou will )et tlnd some rich
'TO LET n-room house on King St,
Koom 3-1, Campbell lllk,
TO LET Spnc In wau'houe, 30.."u
feet, fiontlng on Alakea street: suit
nblp for store or storage. Apply to
W. C. Oregs & Co 52 unngenwal I
'HOUSE of 14 looms. Lllloll St. cipp.
I Pacific Club; fi room cottage. Garden
lane. M. L, Uulletln. 105n-2'.v
ROOMS AT THE ALOHA Fo.t
Sheet, from $1 30 to $2.5" per
IF you Imo n house for rent, or want
to rent a house, call on A It. IILN'DT,
office with Oulilo Publishing Co,
Campbell block. Merchant St.. Tel
ephone Main 374. l:17-tf
NICELY furnished room. $5 month:
pilinte family, also front loom, 110.
33 Vlneyanl St.. near Nuunnu.
FOR SALE Wheeler A: Wilson sew
lug machine, 1 Call at lilfi Foit
St., near hool WjJ-Iw i
FOR SALE Lease ami large new
I iiildltig on PrUon load, opposite II.
It, depot, lea?o has elei u e.iis to
run. Ilistclass liKiitioii ilc.ip
giound rent tor full pa,-,iculi",i aH
pply to P. K. Makilio. ofllce of P.
M. IlrookH, Spree keli bb't.
FOR SALE Cheap, one dill lug or rid
ing pony, 7 or S e-ais old; sound nnd
gentle. Apply .inwn Soda Works
Km ma St. 'i!,;L
FOR SALE Ten flue lots nt PUU
NUt, nboie Wyllle St.; high nil I
ill. i. with good outlook. I'.nil conie
nlent to Ilapld Transit. Apply tj
FRANK S. DODGE, 77 Merchant Jt.
FOR SALE Gentle-drlilng norse. En
quli e Dr. A. N. Sinclair 1900-liY
FOR SALE New and second-hnifl
Smith Piemler tpewrlteis for sale
or lent. All makes repaired. Wash
ington Light Co. 1939-ltn
FOR SALE A thoroughbred Holsteiu
bull. Address F. P this ofilee.
FOR SALE Two phaetons In good
condition. Ono used only n short
time. Address "V. X..' Uulletln of
STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE Tho
"Taluln." ns alio now lies In tho har
bor. Sho la a nearly new boat. In
pel feet working order, und hns been
or late used ln towing at Kabulul
harbor. W. H. Pain.
" 1S93 tf
FRESH STRAW Tho Union Express
Co. has a lot of fresh rlco stiaw lo?
FOR LEASE Premises on Union St..
with n ironlapn of 242 feet nnd a
'depth oi 70 feet. Long tonn given
without onerous conditions. Apply
to J. M. ..lONSAItrtAT.
ltooms 20-21, Campbell blctk.
FOUND A Pennant bliic'C" Owner
can have same b calling ut the llul -
Ir tin ofilci). Ide-ntirlng piopeity and
paying lor tins nuieiiiseineni
SIX YEAIJ OLD THIEF.
l.azarua. a six year old hoy, appealed
In the Police Court this foienoon on
the chargo of larceiy In the second de-
ninit TliA tlttlu fnllfiu lu Uneiull to
haie stolen four bicycles In mold sue-
Lt'sslon dining lue past week or o.
The defendant i-elng tinder the nge ne-
t'cssnry before making It possible to
send him to the refoini school; there
was nothing to do but allow him to go
home. His grandmother was called up
nun nun uy jiiiiko iiucox 10 nine tier
giandson homo and spank him.
Attention Polo Pliiycrn.
The polo boys are getting Into lln
In fine shape. This afternoon, thero
will bo piactlco on the gioumlo at Mo
nnuiiiii aim eier pniyer oi iiie eiuo i
cxpcited to bo on the field at the time
mentioned. So much Interest Is being
taken In the sport that It Is not neces
sary to uige attendance. An announce
ment Is sufficient
ot Knit Wool
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
AUSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
our late scientific method applied to tht
gums. No sleep-producing agents oi
These are the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES nnd Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain'
crowns undcctccablc from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by GItADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge of n Special
ist. Give us a call, and you will find
ub to do exactly ns we ndiertlse. Wt
will tell you In ndianco exactly what
i jour work will cost by a FltEE EX-
,fiet Teeth $.". O0
Gold Crowns Sri.OO
Gold Fllllnii 61 (10
Kllvcr Pilling) 50c
Our name nlone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of the best
New York Dental Parlors.
(loom 4. Elite Building. Hotel Strex"
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
IN THE C1UCUIT COUIIT OF THE
FIltST ClltCUIT TEIIUITOUV
Extension of Term.
It appealing to the satisfaction of
the Court that the Interests of Justice
ii quite It, this Special September, A.
I) liiol, Term of this Court will lie and
U herebj extended twelii dais fiom
and after tho last day of the said term
GEO. D. GEAR.
Piesldlng Judge, Clleult Court or tho
Honolulu. Oahu. Oct, 11, 1901.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
The t.ipj)irs nio heieby notlflcl
that the Income Tax lor 19ul Is now
due and payable to the Deputy Assess
ors of the seiornl districts.
nee Hon id. Act 20, Session Laws of
1901. The Taxes on Income Impose i
shall be due and payable on oi before
tho lllteenth dny of November of eac'i
j ear; and any sum or sums annually
due and unpaid after tho said lii
teentli day of November shall hn o
added tlieigtu ten per cent on .Ii
amount which shall be mid become .1
pait of such Tnx. Intoiest nt the la o
of nine per cent per annum slinll bo
added to the aiuoiiut of such Tax and
penalty fiom the time snme shnll be
All Income Tux not paid by Novum-
,bcr 16th Mill bu delinquent.
1 me acnnqueni nsi win no punnsnea
aper uecemner 1st, isui
JAMES W. PHATT.
Assessor ITist Division Island of
October Sth. 1901. 19B3 3t
3 Lo,s ln KaPahulu Tract
Lot In McCully Tract
House and Lo on Deretanla Street
3 Cottages and Lots on King Street
near Government Nursery.
For particulars and prices apply to
JUDD & COMPANY, LTD.
:t07 Stiingciiuiilil liullcllng.
TEL. MAIN 04.
Mrs. H. II. Williams
Art Embroidery and Stamping.
Full line of Art Materials ; ; ;
Art Embroidery Tauzht ; : ;
Love Building, Port Street
65 Queen St.
Oi Wednesday, October 16th, '
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At niy salesroom, 6." Queen Htrcet. I
will sell nt public Auction, uy oruer
of Miss Luce, administrator of the
estate of the late Mr. Seaborn Luce,
n large quantity of valuable books.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On Wednesday, October 16th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At my snleioom, flfi Queen sheet. I
will sell nt Public Auction, wltnout re
serve, a la i go quantity of shotgun car
tridge and shells.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
On Wednesday, October 16th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 65 (uccn street I
will sell at Public Auction twent-sei-en
suits of clothes, jrnnd new suits
will be sold singl).
Jas. F. Morgan,
On Saturday, October 12,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M-,
At tho stoic of II. Hnckfcld k Co.
Ltd., 1 ort nnd Queen street. Honolulu.
I will sell nt Public Auction, for nc-4
count of whom It may concern, tho foi
lowing merchandise damaged by sea
water on voyngo of importation, ex t
Get man ship "Sirene,'" Capt. B. Sanei-
nine. n. nom iiiemcrhavcn: t
Mnik II. II & Co.. o ho. 3C.
233 Cases ftaueibrunucn. CO bottles
Terms Cash, U. S. Gold Coin..
Jas. F. Morgan,
MR. C. J. LUDWIGSEN
On Saturdiy, October 19th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
at my salesroom, C5 Queen street, I
will sell nt Public Auction, tho ele
gant homestead of Mr. O. J. Ludwig
scn, situated on tho corner of LUNA
1,1 LO nnd KEEAU.MOKU streets.
The property faces 200 feet on l.i
nalilo street, 160 feet on Kccaumok'i
street and 200 feet on Matlock street.
Grounds aio well tulttiated an 1
Laigu new dwelling house) contains
parlor and sitting room, dining an I
sewing loom, kitchen, pautiy, etc,
Upstairs four spacious bedroom:.",
with clothes-closets nnd bath.
Servants' quarters on tho groundti.
A fine opportunity to obtain ono if
tho nicest residences In Honolulu.
For further particulars apply to
Jas. P. Morgan.
65 Queen St
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