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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. 11. T., MONDAY.-OCTOtlER 14. 1101.
READY FOR USE
Comes In all tints mid similes.
B. O. HALL & SON,
A FAULTLESS LIGHT
TEL. MAIN 390,
Washington, OU. 1. In tho Sibley
court of tiupilry Hayner, chief couubd
for Admlial Schley asked Judge Ad
xucate l.imly to Kummoii Aduihal
Sampbim nK a wltuesK In the cat.e. Thu
rtqucKt greu out of a dlffeience In the
conKtrmtlon or a sent cue lu Admltul
SampKon'K fetter to Commotion.
SiOiley written from Key West. May
20th, wli'-n Pommoduiu Sibley with tbo
tl.illig Kiiu.iilron lay off CleiifnegiiK.
This Ik known as the "Dear bchlcy
1..,.. I.. It nd n.ltit.iil In tin, 'iivv
Delia rtmeiit documents siliuilled to the
Seuate. the Admiral said, alter ev
Vresslug that notwithstanding that tho
Sp.inlsh Kiiuadrou was In Santiago, it
was better to continue to blot kudu
CluifiiegoK aud Mill. tun. "Wn shall .
(ontlnui- to bold llanna and Santiago
sutll we reielie more posltliu lufor
luatlou." During the examination of Com
tnaudcr Haymoiid P. Kodgers. this
dispatch was under eousldcratlou.
wbeu Hayucr expressed the opinion
that the word "Santiago had been In
uuieiteiitly used by the commander In
rlilt-f. assuming that he meant to use
the nurd Clenfiiegos. as better corre
epoudiug with the text As the docu
-ucut was printed there was a purcn
tbetical note, to whlih Admtiui
Sclilci's Initials weie attached, saylnr
thai eiidt-ntly the wrong city had been
uicuttoned. Hauer askvd .iinlge Ad-TtK-ate
Lemly to make this concession,
but the latter declined to do so. say
ing that he would produce the original
of Admiral Sampsous dispatch to
VniM- that he had said Santiago. Then
Kajucr said: "I canno. take that word
Santiago to mean anjthlng but Clen
ttirgo . It Is an Imputation on Com
modore Schley, ami I cannot peimit It
tu rest without summoning the author
of that dispattb." 'to which Captain
"I bae told im onie befon oii tan
mmnion any one ou wish."
"Then." retorted Hayner "summon
This occurred only a short time be
fore the adjournment of the inurt for
the day. and was tin- subjeit of more
or less conversation of an animated
ihar.icler after the day's work was
iiiiicliiilcd. Kancr could only say
lhat he would Insist on tho Admiral be
ing summoned uuless the correttlon
TSr- witnesses for the day mum
Lfeuteunnt C. W. Dyson of the Hu
ron u of Steam Engineering, i oncernlnis
the coal supply of the lljlug sniiatlron;
Commander It. P. Hodgers. who was
H'cond In eommund of the battleship
lown during the
SiLinlsh War and
tarried Admiral Sampson's dlspattlies
of May "nth to Commodore Schley and
Commander Albon C. Hodgson, who
was the nailgator of the snip Hrook
While Commander Rodger was on
the stand Itaynei submitted a compu
lation of shells from the American
fleet whlih had struck the wrecked
U'ssels of Cervera's stpiadron, show
ing that ut least 33 per cent of them
weie Hied by the Hrooklyn This torn
imtatlon, Raner said, had been pre
pared by Admiral Sculoy on the basis
of u report made by u 1km nl of stiney.
of which the witness was the senior
member. Commodore Hodgson gave
a graphic description of the h.itiic off
Santiago, picturing the part taken In
It by the Hrooklyn. and explaining the
change In the entiy of ..nit lessel's
GAMES FOR GIHLH.
Any mother who bus the slightest re
card for her daughters' figures should
bring them up to all kinds of grateful
games. It lmproe the figure, give
elegance and style tu the girl and a
light, quick tread, and places hero In
the most charming of lights. Fashion
able mothers ure beginning to grnsp
this fact and follow It out. and l.v
rrosse, i owing, croquet and billiard.
are all dally gaining fa or. As to the
latter game, u charming girl adds ten
fold to her attractions while she Is
playing it well. Cincinnati Enquirer.
General Sir Hediers Duller Is used to
command, but when at his English
home, Government House, he Is some
times compelled to obey. The autocrat
of the household Is an old servant, who
has been In the Duller family for a very
long spell of sen Ice, and who U abso
lutely unconventional In her dealings
itb her roaster und mistress.
Next door to lihlerH.
FOR THE HOME.
There Ik mil) one unit (bat In the lit-tniiilexi-ent,
Alunys renilj for uw with a soft
brilliant nml stciul) light. Ikies not
smoke or smell.
AiMh the finishing louih to a well
Not expensive as many people think;
costs very little more than kerosene.
l.et iik give you an estimate on wir
ing )our hoiiKe; ou will llnil our llg
urea far below what ou nxpcetcd.
KINO STREET, near Alakea.
IM H W 'rfl.llA V
" " ' -- I
I Notlie Is lierehi glieu that the part
,cimIiIp existing bitwecn J. W. Schoi
lilug and S. I. Stewait Ik now iIIkkoIv-
eil. .1. W. Schoenlug will continue the
It . . i .
ii-hh In be name of the Motor
unlnge Machine Co, l!.i-lw
NOTICE OF' STOCKHOLDERS'
- . B nueilng of th
mldeis of the Teuliory Stables Co.. i
l.i.l.. at their olllce Wediiesday, Oito-
I.... t.: t.ii.t ... . ....t i .. ... r..
tin- i.uriioxe of elei linir three mm ill.
rei-torH ami the tiuiiMii tlou of such I
other IuikIiickh iik ina tome before t
J. It. ..HAW.
in Tin: pnicriT poiiut rut st
C'iciilt of the Terrltor or Hawaii. In
Piobate. nt Chambeis. In the Matter
ai the Estate of Kcalohiipauolo Maka
1)1 (kl, bile of Walalua. Oahii, tleceas
ed, Intestate. Petliiou haling been
llled by Kalet Aneko and Hoopll lllla
hlla. own sisters of said intestate.
pralng that Letters of Administration
upon said estate be issued to A. S. Ma
huiilii, notice Is heu-by glien that
.Monday, the 1Mb day of Noiember. A.
11. IPOI. nt !:.'lii u. in., in the Judiciary
lillllillllg. Honolulu, is appointed the
time and plaie for hearing said peti
tion, when and where all persons con
cerned may appear und show cause. If
any they have, why sutd petition
should not be granted.
Honolulu. October 12th. l!?nl.
Hy the Court:
P. 1). KELLE'l 1". JH..
Klnnii. Jlallou MiPlaiiiiban. at
toincls foi petitioners.
19i!7 It Oct. 14. 21. 2N. Nov. 4.
BERNARDS COY'S riDriiciTid,.;1
OF VABII-:TI158 VVUJthenthei
Just arrlied b) S. S. Sono
ma, located opimslle the
Commenciog Monday Night, Oct. 14
Comprising Ludy ami Gentlemen
Eipiestrlans. Acrobats, Contortionists.
Trapeze Artists. G)inuasts, Pelfonu
lug Hiuses. Ponb-s, Dogs. Monkeys,
Etc. Also our three funny Clowns
Nobby, Ki am ols and Dumm. Kill
i It-lit brass band und ling orchcKtra.
Also our star mimical sketch artists.
For fiiitlur partlciilius see bill pio
giams. Prices Dress Circle. $1; Family Clr-
' cle. 75 cents; Gallery Circle, 50 cents;
Circus olllce for booking opposite
FRANK I1EVEH1.EY litis. Mgr.
SOME OTHER FELLOW'S
II you don't get u rljj ut
- Stock YnrdHCo. unci take
hep for ii drive.
SivclleHt turnouts In town i urn
IhIiccI on ii nionicntH notice.
RING UP MAIN 301.
Honolulu Stock Yards
Weather Hureau, Pimahou, Ottohci
14. Temperature Morning minimum,
".1; MTtlriny niHxIinnni, X2,
IJaronieter ut ! a, ni. 29.92. Irregular.
Dew Point 07F.
Ilnmldlty at 9 a. m. HI per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Oc
tnber H.- Weather rlar; wind fresh
Sunday, October 13.
Stmr. Cluudluc, Parker, from Maul
a tin r. Mlkuhalu, (Ircgoiy, from Ka
Sltiir. Hawaii, llcnuctt, from Hniyull
Momlay, October 24.
Am. hkt. S. (1. Wilder, Jucksou, It!
days from San Francisco.
Am. bk. Andtvw Welch, Drew, 27
ttuK fiom San Francisco.
Monday, October 24.
Si'br. Hob Hoy. for l'earl Harbor.
I Stiur. J. A. Cummins, Searli- for
Oiihn ports. 1
.Mahukonii, Oil. in. Departed '
Sihr. llotiolpu, Olscn, for 1'ort Town-;
"Ciid.ln ballast. i
Stmr. Noenu, Wyman, Lahnlua, Kaa I
napall, llouiiapo and Punaluii, 3 p. in.
Stmr. Nllliau, Thompson, for Aua-
hola ami Kllauea. S p. m. I
Stmr. Walaleale, Plltz. for liana-!
tuatilu and Ahuklnl, at .1 p. m.
Stmr. Lt-tiua, N'apala, for Molokal,
at u p. m. t
S. S. City of Peking, Hmlth
Oriental porta; p. m.
Kriiin Kauai, per stmr. Miknliala. On-
tnber IP..--John MrCandli-KK, It. 0.
Hoiik. E. J. Harris. William Merz.
George llryant. William Oltt. Mrs.
i Levy, George llerlott, C. II. llofguard,
C. W. LIU. P A. Long. II, Hugo. E.
F. Chambers. W. Campbell. J. .1. Ha
I piiaa, Amelia Haposa. 1). Neal, W. II.
.Lansing. It. W. Fitter. 0. W. Patton.
V. .Meter, Chow How. Ah Plunk. Ho.
Agota, Takawa, Yagotn. MrH. HatHit,
, Ahana and wife, V. Hruado and wife.
I nml 1:1 dock.
Ln.n. tnnl tifM-t. ,.. uhtip fldii.l
Ine. October 13.-Mrs. I). K.
Pat In i
Captain Murray and wife,
-land bride. A. Kernnndei, I
iler. Chailcs Crowcll. W. H. Johnson,
Professor Koehele. Charles Healy and
wife. L. Ayen, L. Y. Alona. P. IleKhcr.
0. P. HofTgard. M. M. Kekuii and
wife. Mm. Abraham and child. Miss
Achoy Alii, T. K. Holatein and child,
P. Cockftt, wife and daughter: Miss
' v,mrnu. nis.' aim tiiftiiti i inn
lDa,toli, II. O. Janoway. (loo Lip. Len
w ,;.,. YnK w nvori0n. . ,..
Starle, II. Howell. I
J. Uu en, and
Kio m S.in Fi-ant'lsco. per Am. bk
Andrew Welch, Oil. 14 Mis. Cutting
.....l fimr , lillili-im. IUs Hurts Mlsii
Craig. .Mrs. P.iptalu lliew,
l-'i tm San Fruui Im'ii. per Am. bkt.
h ' lldir, Oct. 14 Miss Jessie I on-
Hell, Mr. and .Mis. James Licctt and
four chllilren, William Huberts.
For the Orient, per P. M. S. S. Peru,
Oct. )3 It. 11. Hood and wife. II. Nor
ton. T. P. Illalr Jr.
For Sail Fianclsco, per P. M. S. S.
Pity of Peking. Oit. IB I- W. Smith,
Win. Alexander. Dr. W. D. Iluldwln. II.
THE NUMBER NINK.
The number nine iio-tst-sses mini) odd
characteristics well known to ma-
Ihemiitlclims and made use of b) thera I
In protlng complicated calculations '
One of these Is that, when divided Into
any number that will not contain it
an exact number of times without leav
ing n remainder, 'that remainder is al
ways the same ni. the one left over
when the digits of the number are add
ed together and the total so obtained
dliided hy nine. Keierslng the digit
of a two-place number makes no alter- j
atlou In the remainder left mcr on dl -
vitiing emier iiiimner ny nine, so mat
r that when one Is taken frnm'
her the difference remaining can
j not lull be an exact number of nines.
This rule applies not only to two
plate, but to numbers of larger de
nominations, no matter how many
digits there may be, and no matter In
what way the digits may be intermix
ed. Proi tiled the same digits are em
ployed In two numbers. Irrespecttie of
the order In which they may follow
each othijr. the difference between two
smli numbers is always divisible by
nine. Clnt liinatl Entpilre r.
Teuthi-r In Germun schools lit."
been piohlhltfd from pulling the curs
of pupils. It Is declared t.iat man;'
ihlldicn laie thus been rendeit-d per
manently deaf. It has been t stub
Hulled also that a woman :!. i-nit
nlti, whoso ear was pulled by a con
sumptlvu teacher during her tblij
hood, has suffered from n t lear ca "
of lupus ever since.
Ponnd'Master's Notice of Estravsi
Notice Is hereby given that the ani
mals described below hao been im
pounded lu t..e Government Pound at
Mnklkl. Kona, Island of Oahu, and ,
unless the pound fees and damages.
are sooner katlsfled will bo sold ul
tho date hereafter named according to
Oct. 11, I9'u Soriel horse, branded I
i i, on ngm ninti leg. wnne stroKe
on loreneau to nostril, tnree legs :
Oct. 11. li'til 1 roan horse, branded
11 on right hind leg. white stroke on
foreheatl to nostrils, left foreleg
white and lame on the right.
All owners of tho above animals arc
lureby notified that they will be soIiIJti
le auction on Saturday. OctiHT?hET,Tinbnm,rm s pSmt
1901. at 12 o'clock noon If not I "" tVC'rt St 310 193$ v
.- i. ........ ,i... .i... , ..!.. .1 i well oik,, non bl Jllj. 1JuT-.,Y
culled for before thu date mentioned
1950-3t Pound MasfFr.
Shopping Is a Pleasure
w.ien you have only to call up
and havu vour packages delivered at
your door, 10 lbs. for 10c and upwards.
Merchants, Attention I ' make
C. O. I), collections for 5c extra.
American Messenger Express Co.
Hotel and Alakea Sts., Phone Main 199.
Adj. In this column will be Inserted
at 15 cents a line one Insertion; 25
cents two Insertions; 30 cents one
week; 40 cents two weeks, and 69
cents one month. -This Is the cheapest
advertising ever offered the people of
Tin-re are letters at thin office f li
the following advertisers In answe,.
to advertisement)! In tho Want col
umns. Kindly call for same: "Mimic,"
"V. X" "II. H.." "Enquirer," "H. II,
"llnrao nml' Hiirl-l- " "(1. A" "flK ."
"A. N.." "W. F. II.." "T. A. C." "Ta-
ble." "V. IV "C K.." "W. H.." "T, 0.. ,
"J. (!.." "No. 27," "X.," "W 11.," "A,
"I'. I). II.." "R."
DRE88MAKINQ Madame lambert.
tho fashionable dless-flttcr a la mode
de Worth, will be pleaned to receive
n few more m-leet patrons, Corner
I Vineyard and t'unrhbowl. 1 !'GC-4t
'3WEEDISH MASSAGE Mbm Illm
. liming, Inland Hotel, over Orpheuin.
NOTICE TO HUNTERS float shoot
ing privileges for the Nanakull lands
are again offered to tho public.
Those wishing to secure permits I
will be lurnlRhcd with tickets upon J
application at the offirn of Th. Dow-'
sett Company, Limited. W. F. Oil- j
llngham, treasurer. 1940-lm
MISS C. KRUEQER l'lano Instruc-
thins; studio, .Metropoln bide, lt'O
Alakea St.; Tel. Main sifi,
GET OUR PRICES on billiard and pool
I tables before buying elsewhere; sold
j on easy pa incuts. Our cushions nra
guaranteed for twenty years, und
, Hre made by n now villi anlzlng proe
I ess. Old tables fitted with our rush
. lona are us good as new; satisfaction
. RiiaraHteed or money refunded. See
I our ndiertlsement of "Manager i
, Wanted" for lawful slot machine.
. Palmer llllllard Table Works. Chi-'
(-ago. Ills. 1937-2m .
IF YOU HAVE n house for
want to rent a house, see
rent or 1
BINDT. Collections carefully
tended to mid promptly remitted.
Office 115 Koahiimami street. !S93-tf
O 111 ce 115 Kaaliiimanu street. 1893-11
InOTICE TO BUILDERS Tho I'nloii
Kxnivss Co. has WHITE MAN!) FOH i
WANTED Toexihaugea new sewing
iiiiichlue for a cheap horxc. Addlt t.s
I.. II., Iliillilln tilllce. llui" If
VANTED To ecliange a new Auto
matic xi-wtng machine for a second
hiiinl niHcblue and some tash. Ad
dlesK Mis. II.. llullitln olllce.
-Ho) wanted b l . Paulsen.
Territory Stables. liiiiMt
WANTED A hustler with l.. to
take onhalf Interest in a good bus-
Iness. For fuither Information ad-
. dress C. M., Iliilletln. ll'BO-Iw
FOR EXCHANGE Stelnway "pallor
gland pliiho for horse and enrriage
Aililn-Ks "Piano," llullitln olllce.
FUe or six-room house I
or unfurnished; centrally
Address It. J., llullitln.
umi.i- ncii-i -.. . . t i ,
I A YOUNG GENTLEMAN haling n few
! hours' time would be pleased to pose
l as model; rellned and best of char-
uitt-r: tiiiderstandH expression; expe-
ill-need artists preferred. Address
Artist, Hiilleliii otllce. 19i;2.1w I
WANTED Four or flic-room cottage
furnished; centrally located. P. ).
""- "-" J 900-1 w
'$15.00 TO $18.00 A
for un Intelligent man or w...nm,
in each town; permanent poiitlo..:
an cents per Hour ror spare tlni". i
.Maniifiicturer. box i, Philadelphia.
WANTED I'-oMtlon by a young lady j
as stenographer; experienced. ..
II.. P. O. box 303. 193t'tf
MANAGER WANTED In fiery largo
county to appoint agents for tho In
mous "Game u' Skill" nickel slot
machine for drinks or cigars; Ian-
fill nt opvmlo.nii talrikj t.lnim nt nil
i v s ,' i it t inni n 'jti r ui
forbidden. slot machines. Rented ,.r
soiu on easy payments. Heeure ler-1
rllnrv in.li-lt. l'.-.lm..r llllllnnl Tnl.l.. .
Works. Chb ago, Ills. 1937-2m I
I WANTED To sell Diamond and Opal
Rings, In tho latest styles. Watches
1 lepalretl by a Jeweler of :i.1 yeurs'
I experience. G. D1ETZ. Fort street,
i near Hotel. 1808-if
1 ' i mm m,
, ROOM AND BOARD.
BOARD AND LODGING At the Lang
ton House. Mosquito proof and
t let-trie light. Good table board.
THE METROPOLE. 1130
newly furnlslu'd rooms
light: terms reasonnbl
NEVLY FURNISHED rooms, Heietu-
ula Ave. cor. Keeuiinuiku St. Mrs. i
Jt rfs. 1907-lm
to let .v.-wiy " furnished rronf
looms lor gentlemen. Horn :m up;
unite u tine
ne locution. Corner Vine-1
ard und Punchbowl.
to LET A large, sunny trout room
lu u pllvute lamlly: mnuka Thomls
Square: hot and told water; electric
lights: possession given Oct. 13th.
Address A. 11. C. P. O. box 372.
TO LET File-room cottage, at Cot
tage Grove, King .it. Enquire F. E.
King, No. !. 1953-I(
i ' i-ti ijix-ruom iwuxs on cjoiiegc
I 0-- wiiniBWUie ana seriams qur
' x"'t' -W'5' ' I Beretanla SL
i . 1)j''"
TO LET Two front rooms,
I TO LET House at present occupied
I by Mrs. D. Center, Young street ox-1
l,,nulnn nai. Mr-Pulli trnnt Annlv '
i :; .. ... ." "' : .. '' i
. i-. uisnop, c. urewer & co., c-ueen
LET Nuwiy furnished rooms.
mosquito proof, terms reasonable.
Third house above German llakery.
Fort St. 1930-tf
FOR RENT Two (2) story houses at
Kejcaullkc-pa. on. Young St., contain
ing two bedrooms, parlor, dining
room, kitchen, bath room and patent
water closet downstairs. Kaplolanl
Estate, Ltd. 1921-tf
TO LET S-room house on King St.,
(11. lloom 38, Campbell nik.
At Less Than the Cost of Material.
When w? first made our bow to the Honolulu public. Jut
two years ago this molt th. starcely a ready-made Bklrt ivaa
worn hern, Yet we do mil exagm-rato when we say that tu
these two yearn we have sold thousands of skirts. Why7 Ue
cause economical women hale found out that to hne their
simple, eexry-day vali-Mrts made by high-priced dressmak
lira la rank extravagance.
Factories can buy materials away under what ou would
pay. and cutting and sewing by machinery reduce cost to a
minimum. Hut don't mnku the mistake of thinking that those
inachlnomade garments are wanting In style and fit. The
originals from which they are eopled are made by hlgh-sala-rled
men-tailors and are always In the latest fashion.
Think of a well-made perfei lly-fltllng washable skirt for
35 cents. It Is scarcely more than what the thread and
trimmings would cost you. Yet that, among other bargain,
la what you will Und In our skirt offering on the centre table
Ibis week. If ou are any of those women who are skeptical
about the possibility of getting a ready-made skirt that will
look well on you, tome In and bo converted.
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
TO LET Three, four or file rooms for
lii-lit housekeeping. Apply f! Here-
limit SL. between Fort
TO RENT Six room cottage on Mat-
tn,.v- Ave- W!rle llnlns: sanitary
Apply O. II.. P. O.
FOR RENT A new house on Arte
sian St., of six rooms with nil mod
ern lmproiements. Enquire of Chas.
E. Frnsher, Consolidated Soda
TO LET Sroom house, with barn,
lloom 3S. Campbell ' fach department In charge of a Special-
!-"ilsL Give us a call. And you will find
TO LET Space In w.iiehouse, 30x50
feet, fronting on Alakea Ktreet: suit
' able for store or storage. Apply to
W. C. Gregg & Co 502 tiiingenwnld
HOUSE of 14 rooms. Union St . opp.
Pacific Club; fi-room cottage. Harden
lnnc, M. L., Iliilletln. 195ii-J-v
ROOM8 AT THE ALOHA Fort
Street, rrom $1.50 to $2. 50 per
1 week. 1952-tf
IF you have a house for rent, or want
to rent a house, call on A. H. IUNDT,
offlco xvlth Guldo Publishing Co..
Camnhell block. Merchant St.. Tel-
ephono Main 374. 1S47-U
NICELY furnished room, to month;
private family; also front room. $n.
53 Vineyard St., near Niiuanu.
FOR SALE Wheeler & Wilson sew-
'" macn,no $19- -'a" nt loili l'ort
"- "-'"- "-"' --
IFOR SALE Iease and large new
luildlng on Prison road, opjiovite It.
1, .I....A. l..nu,. t,nu ,t.......i ...... o I,.
ru.,: nm-ciass Tociti;.;,: "rtcaplN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ground rent. For full pa'lculpr ap-
pply to F. K. Makluo. office o' 1
M. llrooka, Spreckels hb'g.
FOR SALE Cheap, one drlilng or rid
ing pony, 7 iir 8 ears old; sound and
gentle. Apply iiaiin. Sotln Works,
Emma St. l!)i;2-lw
Isafcr n a r" m si t tmilil
r-n"--, -",... X
-- . ., ;
'If). WltH KOOll OUtlook, lllld COIIM- .
nlent to Rapid Transit. Apply t-
rnMPir. a uuuuc, ti mcrcnanc oi,
FOR SALE Genlle driving burse. En
quire Dr. A. N. Slmlalr. HUiO-tv-
I FOI) SALE New and second-hau-l
Smith Premier typewriters for sale
I or rent. All makes repaired. Wash-
i Ington Light Co. 10.9-lin
FOR SALE A thoroughbred Holstein
hull. Address F. F.. this olllce.
FOR SALE-Two phaetons. In goo.
condition. Ono used only n short
me. Address "V. X. Hutletln of -
STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE Tho
"Talula." us she now lies In the liar -
bor. She Is a nenily now boat, la
perfect working order, nml has beo-i
of late used In towing at Knhulul
W. 11. Pain.
FRESH STRAW The Union Express
Co. has n lot of fresh rlco straw lor
TO LEASE No 10S1 Punchbowl St
furnished house of scvc-i rooms, for
Inquire at 017
FOR LEASE Premises on Union St..
with a frontage of 242 feet and a
depth oi 70 feet. Long term given
without onerous conditions. Apply
to J. M. MONSARRAT.
Rooms 20-21, Campbell block. '
FOUND A r-unnant bicycle.'. Owner
can havo same by calling at the Unl
it tin office, Identifying property aud
paving for this advertisement.
HART & CO.,
fBE ELITE ICECREAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Cream and Water Ices.
Chocolates and Confections.
Business Man's Lunch
The best In the city: 11:30 a.m. 02 p.m.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH ENTItAC-TED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN b
our late scientific method applied to th
gums. No slcep-prodiiclns agents oi
These are the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectccablc from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
dono by ORADUATED DENTISTS oi
frnm 1? tn 20 veara exnerlencp. and
us to do exactly as we advertise. W
will tell you tn ndvanco exactly what
your work will cost by a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of tho best
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4. Elite Rulldlng, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTKNDANOK
MUST UIIIUL'n, ikuuituih
Extension of Term.
It appearing to the satisfaction of
the Court that the Interests of justice
It. this Special September, A.
I) Iftnl, Term of this Court will bo and
Is hereby extended twelve days from
and nfter the last day of the said term
GEO. D. GEAR,
Piesldlng Judge. Circuit Court of the
Honolulu, Oabi'i. Oct. 11, 1901.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
The taxpayers are hereby notlflel
that tho Income Tax for 1901 Is now
Uue nlu, uayilbIe to tllL, u , A
ur ()f (lie Fuvura, tVttW "
1 bectlon .0. Act 20. Session Laws of
.jilOl: The Taxes on Incomo lmpose-1
"."ill bo due and payable on or befoiv
1"1' nileeiitli day or November of cju!i
year; nml any sum or sums nnnunllv
, !' and unpaid niter the said II,
tcctitli day of November shall linvo
added thereto ten per cent on Jin
amount which shall bo mid btcomo a
part of such Tax. Interest at the rn o
of nine per cent per atiuum shall bo
added to the amount of such Tax and
penalty from the timu same shall be
All Income Tax not paid Iry Novem
ber lCtli will bo delinquent.
The delinquent list will be published
after December 1st, 1901
JAMES . PRATT,
Assessor First Division Island of
October Sth. 1901. 1903 :lt
3 Lots In Kapahutu 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.
307 Stnngcnvvulil Building.
TEL. MAIN 04.
Mrs. H. H. Williams
Art Embroidery and Stamping.
Full line of Art Materials : : :
Art Embroidery Taught : ; :
Love Building, Fort Street
65 Queen St.
DRY GOODS AND
On Wednesday, October 16,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I
w... sell nt Public Auction tho follow
Handkerchiefs, Purses, Holts,
Pins;, Hair Pins, lluttorm,
jeweiry, hocks, Towels,
Under Garments, Thread,
Garden Trowels, Rugs,
Show Case, Pictures,
He.ds, Hureaus, Washntnnds,
Sideboards. Cane Chain-,
Hox Couch, Etc., Etc.
On Wednesday, October 16th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At tny salesroom, 65 Queen street, 1
will sell at Public Auction, by onlcr
of MIbh Luce, administrator, of tho
estate of tho lato Mr. Seaborn Luce,
a large quantity of valuable books.
JAS. F. MORGN,
On Wednesday, October 16th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, 63 Queen street. I
will sell at Public Auction, wlinout re
sene, a large quantity of shotgun car
tridges nml shells.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
On Wednesday, October 16th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction twenty-seven
suits of clothes, jrand new suits
will he sold singly.
Jas. F. Morgan,
MR. C. J. LUDWIGSEN
On Saturday, October 19th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
at my salesroom. CS Queen street. I
will sell at Public Auction, tlio ele
gant homestead of Mr. O. J. Ludwlg
sen, situated on tho corner of LUNA
I.1I.O and KEEAUMOKU streets.
The property faces 200 feet on Lip
nnlllo street. ISO feet on KreauinoU'i
street nnd 200 feet on Mntlock street.
Grounds uru well cultivated an I
I.nrgo new dwelling bouse contains
parlor and sitting room, dining mil
sewing room, kitchen, pantry, etc.
Upstairs four spacious bedrooms,
with clothes closets and bath.
Servants' quarters on tho grounds'
A tine opportunity to obtain ono (
the nicest residences In Honolulu.
,1'or further particulars apply to
Jas. F. Morgan
65 Queen St
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