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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T,. WKDNKSDAV, OCT. 18, 1901.
JST ffry" (W'HBHBMET'r '$!
Ocaanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive nnd leave this port as hereunder:
?nOM SAN PRANC18CO.
ALAMEDA , OCT. 1!
BONOMA OCT. 11
ALAMEDA NOV. 9
VENTUHA" NOV. 20
In connection with tho sailing of the above Bteatners. the agents aro pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickctB uy any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In tho United 8tatcs, and from Now
York by any steamship lino to all European ports.
FOIl FUM HUH PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
8teamera of the aoove companies will call at Honolulu and
cavo inn port on or about
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
NIPPON MARU . .
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION
H. HCKPIBLO &
Canadian-Australlan Royal lMv2BMG2i&&FS.ZZ.-2A
Steamers of the obovo line, running In connection wit., tho CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between ancouver. B. C. and Sydney. N.S.V..
and calling at Victoria, D. C. Honolulu and Brisbane, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below- stated, viz.:
From Vancouver an- Victoria, B,
(I-or urlsbano and Sydney.)
AORANOI OCT. Stf
MOANA NOV. 2.1
MIOWKHA DEC. 21
MOANA JAN. JS
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
Europe For Freight and Passage r.nd all general Information, apply to
Theo, H. Davleta & Co., Ltd., Gen'l Agent.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
6.S.AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, Sailed. .
.6. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to tall to sail Oct. IS. I
8. 8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, sailed from NEW YORK June IS; will I
bad at PUQET SOUND about SEPT. 1 for HAWAIIAN PORTS. '
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South Brookl)n at
all times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSB, .
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd. I
IHCROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
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
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
Bhop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
I H. LOTHROP, General Agent.
I3S Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK. Oeqoral Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
I. U LOMAX, O. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
Honolulu Rapid Transit
and Land Company.
School Children's Tickets
Half-faro school children's tickets
may bo purchased from the donduc tors
on tho cars, or at thu company's office
on Alapal street. These will be good
for tho transportation of school chil
dren up to 17 years of age In goliu
to and coming from school, tietweeu
the hours of 7:30 nnd 9:30 a. m uni
1 and 2:30 p. m. on regular school
C. C. Ballentyne.
1938-1 m Mgr. 11. It. i. A. L. Co.
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR I8LAND PORT8.
The Errening Bulletin, 76 cent per
.rtjH' JU.'K -fiv
FOIt SAN KKANCISCO.
alamhda oct. u
VENTUIIA OCT. 29
A LAMBDA NOV. 19
StnitRA . NOV. 19
ALAMEDA DEC. i
OCEANIC 8; 8. CO.
the dates below mentioned,
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
7 HONQKONU MARU . .. NOV. 1
14 CHINA NOV. 9
28 j DORIC NOV. 19
NIPPON MARU NOV. SU
PERU I)i:c. 1
COPTIC DEC. 10
APPLY TO P. M. 8. S. CO.
CO, LTD. AGENTS.
hrom Sydney and Brisbane.
(Tor Victoria and Vancouver, II. C.
MOANA OCT. 2J
MIOWERA NOV." 20
AOiwvNOI DEC. 18
YOU CAN DO IT NOW
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
miNinum rate is $a.
HohoIuIi Office, 315 Fort St.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for vour message
Hawaiian Tramway's Tine
KINO STREET LINE.
Cut l.v. Wjlklkl lor town it .5. 6 .., 6 .s a m
ati4 rvcry 11 minute ihertaftri ill .041. ..;. nl
11 . tiora Wa Iclkl ki id Hit Punahou M.t-lu
Can leavtR Ranee 01 Pawaa milch lor town at
5 j"A M. anJ every i. mlnule ,li. mlln illl'ii oif.m
Cars leave Fort ana King .treeu corner lor Palam
attio AM. anl every it mmutet alter till 11 a
Cart leave (or Palama only at anl 5 10 A M
Lara leave Palama lor VValkikf 1 4. A M. ana ever)
..mlnuteitlilo4PH, then at 10 11 and 1045P.M
The.. .iP.M Irom Palama lur Punahou only sce.
to Walklkl on Saturlayi.
Car leave Fort an Kine ktreete coiner loi Kllle
Ranee at j io anJ t a a.a
Can leave Fort ani Klni; ttiee'a corner lur Walklkl
al 6 os A M, and every tj mlnutefl till o ote. m. then ai
o ) anl 1. j p H The 1. j P.H koc I-j Walklkl
BERETANIA STREET AND ,'JUANU VAILI V
Cars leave Punahou Stable for Ton at s ) anl
lor Town anl Valley at ) 4. s 5 n 10 -jo 6 40 t anl
Cars leave Oalu College firton anl Valley al
6 yt 6 jo anl 1 10 A M anl ever) to tnlnut's till .0 .0
P.M except the even hour anl halt, hour cars which
run Irom. the Matle,
Carsleave Nuuanu Valley at6io6f)SAM anl
every iu minutes thereafter till 10 sf P.M
Cars leave lort anl Queen streets lor Punahou
College at 6 os 6 ej 6 4S A M anl every 10 minutes
alter till 9 45 P.M. Alter that the tars run lo the
Stable up to . . soP.M, whkh Is ihe last car from Town,
reaching the Stable at n ,.ps
O R. & L. Co.
I'roni and after January 1, 1809.
STATIONS ..Ally UAin
lUuUarJ) ex. bun iiaiiv ex bun iiailv daiiv
A.M AM. A v. p. VI I'M
linnet ill 11
IIAIIV DCllV. DAUV
AM I'M P.M.
I, IS ... scJ
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I os 4 is
lo 4 It
los . in
F C. SMITH. Oenl Pass. & Tlckot Agt.
a 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 Business and Financial Bro
Offices Rooms 3 and 4, Mclntyre
building.; P. b. Box 262; Phone
INSURANCE MAN WON
"You know Tom," began tho girl
philosopher, twisting a now ring about
her third finger.
"Yes," exclaimed the other two In
rhortia. "when In It to bo J"
"Yihi know Tom," began thn other
agnln, who would tell things In.hor
own way or not at nil. "And va.i
Know thiro was a Ate at our nouse, i-i
which the did maiden lady ou tho thir.t
door had her none r. rlouiilv luirneil.
S hat I am going to tell you Ih rclatnil
both to tlm Are and lo Tomi It wan
tno evening alter, and 1 was practle
log at the piano, trying lo appear .is
Ibougb 1 were not awaiting him. For
merly, when waiting for tho man
whom I was going to marry, I woull
ham been reading a book Hut they
all s Mined to acq through that. TI107
knew vt) well that the buok wus
ruse nnd that I was Just making up
my mind what to say after tho flrs.
greeting. So I ceased reading and
now acta) s practice on the piano."
"It Is hard to know what to my after
that flrit greeting," rcnmrl il .ho
"Ik It; asked the sallow you.u
woman Innocently. I
"Yes." replied the philosopher. "Ouu
Is apt to grow red nnd look illly Then
no niwnjs bays, -well, what nru
i ii " -". , " . .
how jou are. You say, 'All right. Has
It not been a perfectly lovely day?' I
uneci io si i a does juti ijerore no came
and think out things to ray durlilg
fi, i u,m ,mom''n,B' ,,ut now P,,ttV
manage to hear every footfall on tin.
(veranda. Tnnt evening nltr the fir
I wns singing"
"What rltks 5011 take'" ventured
the sallow young woman
'..n... f.it0 1. f."r.Kth0 f0',1,
n: 1 was endeavorini.- to get that vocal
quiver that Is so fetching, when som
one direct I) behind my chair cougbi d
slightly. It wns so sudden that 1 for
got all about the lin. of action I hal
S nnre'!. ' .had ln',n,,t'it" '' col lu
, S& Ihe VvcnTng rSTTfeTSSfi
never be too cordial to a man twice In
succession, sou know."
I VI know," answeied the llutly-halrcf
girl, with a conclusive) nod.
! "Rut It was nwfully sudden," sail
-r...i. m' .::" ;:t". r,.v ""
"'"uevo iiisu im n. uuuiv UHmiu
".no suen good mck, or good bchnt
lor, cither," admitted tho philosopher.
"I Just said, 'Oh, Tomi' and I am
afraid I left some of mv new nowdei
on his coat. He seemed to bo about
ng surprised ns 1 for ho backed nwii;
several s'-ps. and. removlnc mv hanli
several s'-ps. and, removing my hanli
gentiy ironi nis snouiiler, remarket'
'I am nfrald you nre mistaken.' "
"What!" exclaimed tho listeners.
The philosopher codded vigorous!;-
aim 1111 nor up, nB thougii sliu wns
about to laugh or cry, "It wasn't To 0
nt nil," she finally gasped weakly,
!ll "" "T!0':"! '",8"!rc.0. " ?,"
lady s burned nose, 'mo nalel
t .wi.v niu auuu. IIIU llltllll 'If
swerod the door, you know,"
"Whnt did you say?' Inquired the
flitrf) haired girl.
"1 tnU3t have stammered a llttto,
but I remember sajlng that I thougb'
he wai romc one else."
"Ho said be wished ho were."
"Impudence'" ejaculated tho bhIIo-.t
oung woman. "Von reully uhiuill
tell Tom at onte, for ns long as o,i
aro wearing his ring"
"Hut it Is not bis ring," said th.v
philosopher, defiantly holding up h.r
hand. "It's the accident InsuranC
Her companions looked at each oth
er in speechles surprise; tho fluffy
haired clrl finally -managed to inquire.'
"Since ono wek after ho came out
to Inquire about the Injuries of tin
maiden Indy. Wosn t she a dear tc'
poke her nose Into tho nro7" Chi
1 ago News.
Ii ... S nl lor Ml, Ok
ie! o All ess
ll'.WCIl !I.I!CTHIC CO.,
n7e. Vl.-het A, . P
V, Jr- L j, " in-
WVS jt-- K,
y 33 ".
XJccle Gam 1
- , - 5 "a Ss
"Never touched mel" Minneapolis Journal.
Instruments Filed for. Record
per 15, 1901.
K. Plllanl and hus. Hana Pltn.
Kabonmakaulll Hana Plln. Co, ,,D.
M. K. Kameehonua fleo. V. .la-
E, Naone and wife Oco. V. Jnklns
United Chinese Society City Mill
Co., Ltd L.
J, A. Magoon J. Armstrong . ,
Kenlohaauknl Wm. Kamana . ,,D,
1'. Kat Poo et al. Wong Leong et
Akolokn Hymnn nros d dig.
Instruments Filed for Record Octo
ber 16, 1901.
L. It. Medelros R. O. Sllva .. ,
S. K. Kn ne and wife F, Martins 1).
Kaloaoknlanl Mrs. S. Wnlpa D,
Kauhl Sam Wo Kee & Co. ,. I
Kauhl Nahale Sam VT. Kee & Co I..
Recorded October 14, 1901,
II, Cnclirtt and husband lo A J,
Rodrlgucs; deed; 31-100 acre of land,
0n. Wnllukll, Maul; 91400. IJ.i.jI,
i..5. page ,369. Dated October 2, 1'ini.
Wlllklna iiinl wife to Mrs. P. Hoi.
Insnn; deed; It. P. 3128, Kill -loof.,
Olid piece land, Walhcc, Mnul, $100
i;ooi zsii. page 3GU. Dated October I,
Nakiimi MalsuJro and wife to V.
S. Kohnjukuwn; mortgage; tot 1
map 18, Ahualon, Mamnkua, lliwull,
$1310. lluok 226, page 413. Dmd
September 2. 1901.
ii. Wessel to A. W. Akau, died
poitlon It P. Ifi71i Kill. 498", Piimo,
IIMci. Hawaii: 12(H). Hook 225. nairn
301 Dated All" it 31. 11)01.
Nngano Tonoyo nnd husband to V
S. Knhn)ukuwn; mmtgage; Patent
4LSr, Ahunlon, llamakua, 1 law all ,
$1311'.. Hook 226. page Ml. Dated Sen
tember 2. I9l.
Knbaleknl and husbnnd to Jno llul
bill; deed; 10 acres or It. P. .1179,
Kniiluenn, ilnna, Mnul; life lualiitu
liaiue. Hook 22K, page 362. Dated Ol
tober 8, 1901.
IS THERE A HELL
i tht r lUmrman Utuni Im-Coi
inn le, tun ,1 before an-
umrr liirKt nuuiciin in ...! ,uiiiiiiic
""" n" Christian nntlonn since tlm
Birth nf Christ have, heiieted In hell
ami tinny every civilized nation he-
llevis In u fiitiirn and eternul punlRh-
ment It Is u universal belief founded
Mv,n",m- ,";""y l,"T T,
",lnH rewurds the good and punlsliei
'"' '""' (!"' '" ,h'' J"K' and He will
apply the law. All men have known
this law- and therefore tnej believe .n
future life. They bedleve In hell That
' ,h" 1,,ll,,f "f n" Christians. How
r orr1,1,1;? kr,nhm ";,,,? "i
, 0I'' ""', New Tfstaments. Through
""' 'N,,w Testament Oo, spmks vers
Plainly about the torments of hell,
Christ sajs: "On the doy of Judg-
nieiit I will take the good from the
wicked a, 1 my t t)lP (.,,. Qa
&?" " " ff "' ""
h,nK,I'!m "f l,en. and I will say to
,,,' "'eked: Co, je, the fnllcmciH of
Satan, go Into the depths nf hell to
Christ In Ills Infinite goodness
,,,H n ,ni " to redeem
from the power of Satan. He lived 31
jears and suffered death on the irnss
for the remission of sins. Sin Is rebel
lion ugdinst (lod. It Ih an Infinite
wicKeilness Is cause It Is cuinmltteil
against tlm good, omnipotent (iod."
..ii,,.,- 11, , .... . ,.
i-inner iiiiuniian went on to ulve
more proofs of the reallt of hell and
then, In closing, spoke us follows "My
dear Cuthoilc and Protestant friends. 1
appeal to jou tonight. Mske a new
,'IU" while it Is still time, l.end a
Christian, pure and honest life Do
"". b" " '.r religion or ol
)iuir uuu. llie lluui jou h.ne to stay
lu this world Is short, it Is but a sha
llow, while the future life, the future
reiompuiHu or the future piiiilhmcn(
shall be eternal."
8KIPPER'K HAD EVB8.
Captain iSlmeison of the steamer
Maunu Loa Is suffering from n badly
swollen eje. During the last trln the
.1,.. ... ..... ,, ,., ,,, ' ,
i.,L ,"i,, y , "i. ' ,'llln'ir'
"... frI " " Wer" ioMnK hlm yeter-
cuimiin caugni a ii.ni cold which set
day on his appear.,,,, e and Inquiring
vein. 1111 nun.
The "Al-Vlstu" Ik thu name of the
new panoramic camera llefore biijlng
have us sliow It to vim K.ir uheud of
nn) thing jet niiide In tho uinierii linn.
Honolulu I'hntii Suppl) Co.
Aunt Teiiu Is going to take her
gumshoes when hIiu goes down to At
lantic City next Sunday." "v'h. dear? "
Oil. ulllS lltlU liai.lt, 1 tlieat tl... i-J I... ..
Sii1.-..rtln for tlm WKKKLV
IM'I.I.KTl.V. (inlv .! tnr niiiinin.
Justices (lulhrulth and Perry sat
alone on the Supreme Court lunch )cs
I tcrdny to bear argirnents on appeal In
the cose nf Choj Look See s. Ilojal
Insurance Company. A member of tho
bar had been railed b) Judge Utilbnilth
to sit with the Supreme Court, but ha
tVflU f.tlin.l n I. . .tLnlnillftnil ...... t.j.
...... ...Mi,., ,,, uv (,n.Jlltl,l, t-, ,11111 (111.
t Itllf C U.l .1 Htlll.l.l. ........... .n ..........'
.-..-...,, ,, iiiiwiiii;;!. lllf't'M n I'llPlU.
the i an to the two Justices. A peculiar
. I condition of affairs may arise from this
ratt, for In tho event that there Is u
dissenting opinion, the Court would bo
eu'iil) divided, nnd there could be no!
decision In stun an cent It Is agreed
Hint the matter shall be submitted to
Chief Justin Frear, wuo will thin
give the deciding opinion.
The cmho heard )csterdu) whs an np
puil on part of the defendant. Th
suit Ih one of those growing out of the
luiigiie nre, in which a Circuit Court i"K iwit oi eieciricuy, witiimii iiurning or lillsterlng. to every weak
I Jnr found for plaintiff. The Supreruai0?, .P1"'1 ,P-'I'lnB tho full lgor of ihiiiiIhkhI It removes all the .'ffectfc
Court bad .1, elded a similar rase In fa "ll"cr,,nH r ""esses former.
I vor of tlm defendant, but this partldi ' . B"l,ral''''1 " ' U I say I .an i lire I don't nsk any ono to take
hir uite wus allowed to go ton Jury, i ,"intB "" n,y ln,,,,"l" 't '"''t cost oii niithl.ig If I fall.
upon the ground that the lire had not . 8PECIAL NOTICE. If you liavoan old belt of another make which, tut
'been ,,,,, by the Hour,, of Health. ,",' ,1, Vhoco' XXX ' 'l
, but was due to natural ciiusis. niiincly, , ,. . . ' .... . ..
the high wind which had iiiusid Its . ' R'V,' n'ree test to call who call. If mi can't call I will send j.ou no
'.Plead'",,, t.!S destrod m.iertr. , WSl-lV " ' "h ""' I",,,r"m,,,", fr,p' C or wrl' '
The grounds upon which the appeal, '
nni made nnd argued isterda, wn '
the refusal of the lower court to sus
tain defendant's motion for a non-suit ,
This had been nsked on the grnnndj
bit the buildings destrojed were (in.
hiised land, that It hud been imoiui-
pi,, I long preiluus lo the lire, mid t.iftt
llie wind was of extraordinary and of I
unusual ibarniter, and lould not bo
called a natural cause. A, cording to
the tirniM of the policy, the Insurance'
I eonipuii) was cxempUd 'fiom mlng
i for propirt) distrojed by the nit ol
dill authorities. Attornv Robertson
1 cli)p,l his iirgumiut to the Court j'es
i terdaj aft, moon, and he will be fol
, low i, I b) .liidgo Sllllmau tor the plain
I tin" this morning.
iw r t ii
!? Ut 1 1 III
I The ngiibir annual meeting of tho
W ('. 1 I' was held at the home of
Mrs, I. M Whittle), Puliation, jetter-
.day afternoon There wire In tho
nilghliiirhood of forty members pres
ent. Mrs Whltnc) received her guests
11 n iiinni iiirillill llllllllier.
I The ti ports nf the dlfferint ulllcers
nnd iiiniuiltleiH wero rend. Mrs. Co.1,1.
tho treasurer, reported a satisfactory
balance on band after the pa mint ol
the )rar's expenses. There were en
couraging reports of tlm temperance
work being done among the Chinese
' unci lapanse h) Miss Whitman nnd
Mrs. (Iiillck, respectively. Tlm Flower
I. !....!.. .1 -. . ... . .
""" -iriHiiiiiieiii wus rciiorieu on uy
....... ....... meriiuiise wno suiuu
. . ...f ' . . . ' .. . .
at the mllltiir) bnspltul, the Chinese
1 hospital nnd Maternity Home,
Mrs. J M Whitney who has leenThat n ,.,-, h
r:::". "'. ": niMhm " "8i noprr J br.,ise,i nd s.ro.
I V.' ... V . ,. ., .
(Irene and Mrs. W. M. Klnculd were
eli 1 tid vice presidents, Mrs. L. U.
Co.in. treasurer, and Wlnlani llowen.
At the conclusion of the business re
ports. Rev. L. M. Hartley of the Antl
Saloon League, addressed the meeting
tin the work of thnl nrirnnlrntlim Voti
Inline a delightful social hour during
1..1.1..1. .. . ,
"tinii iviM-riiiiivi.in werr ncr.eii.
THE VALUE0F POKER
I'oker has Its victories no less re-
. now lied than pinochle. It nut only has
, wuii fortunes but positions us well,
Man a urn 11 owes bis success In bust
1 ness to bis character as read by an
I opponent lu 11 game of draw, says the
.Sew ork rress. 1 here Is a bunker In
New York who ucknowltdgcs that
poker made him. When a )(iung man
be had the good fortune to sit In a
fume with thtee railroad officials and a
rich men hunt, being invited merely to
make a lift!, hand, ns the four did not
care to "cut each other's tnroats." On
his account the limit was made small.
So well did be play his hand that ne
gained the respect, admiration and n,, ",l ,",""" J.,
frlendsl ,r the old merchant, who'0" T'l'" ',rn ",d ,!n', 80
forthwith became his patron. With
such assistance his road to furtuuc was
Three Presidents of the United
States hud a strong liking for Walter
O. tlreshiim. heciuse be was the best
poker phi) 1 r of their aieiuolntancc.
When Indiana ilc-imimlid the nppolnt
ment of n United Slntis district Judgs
In 181.9, Senator Morrison appealed to
Oenerul (Irant In bcbulf uf a man !
wiiom he desired to have the olllie. unfailing remedy for rheumatism, and
(Irant nsk.,1; -whi i,. ,,.,. ni'vLj-a ., ' ..... .. .'""
e,... n, ....... ..". ".'.:."...".
' :,,,,"" """ """ " """"" "
V.. u..: V, Ii. " . L,. . L
i, r" .""... . ',"""" :.'"'
..- .0 lui.iiu.K mv. in iniiiiinapous
said Morion Indlfferenilv ..;..,. ..'' no arcau rnoumatism nnd ru -
cont.,;i:ertnh,,'.Sen!!", S "l. ' ""!? 1t1'88"- !
I'h.) poker with him In the war. and tho Bamu n" tho n,llun8 """I" 't cen-
took-uulto n liking to hlm. He wns a UlrC8 nao' out r roots "arks, herbs,
niignuy good, tool player, and I be-
lleve he will make n coo.1 lu.li.-e. Sn
II )ou don't rare I'll appoint hlm to
this place " Thus (Ire sham got his
first Federal appointment.
Oresham's good phi), as much as hli
brilliant statesmanship, made hlm a
big mun in the estimation of Arthur
and CteVldatld. The rnrln, ,nnn,n,.l
., ' - "-' -'
hlm to 110 Icn than three nuir - ec -
I Postmaster General, Sec retnry of the
Treasur) and District Judge. Clcve-
I uinci muiie mm Secretary of State, not
withstanding his former stout Hepubll
lanlsiu. Arthur disliked to appoint
hjm dlstrli t Judge, as It touk him awuy
from Washington, and the White
I One of the attractions of the St,
Louis World's Kulr, It Is said, will be
an uerlal globe, seven hundred fe-u
, high from stone huso to roof. At the
height of no fuct will bo a spieloui
nicif garden ubout one thousand feot
1111 circiiiiiic-renco. Tills hiuct will 11111
11 two lestaurimtB ami two theaters
... .. ,,iii.iiii,, iu ii, 1 ,,-ei win no 1
ih- ,iinuiMii. nun waihs arouiui lie
ulolie. ;llliir It .finitil,.!,. vl..... ,.? ,1...
.ground'.. Ilelow will be. two rueiilir
elrei,s rings and a racetrack. Under
the. seats will be u menagerie, vlcwol
from the circular walk.
If Used as I direct It Is n ncisltltn
A. T. HAGKNKAMP. Malinger.
HANI) OP HATli.
A ,,0) ,U0J , ft chry trM
Ilecause a Jagged limb
Had pierced the little trousers that
Ills ma bad made for him.
Ah, she had sewed them good nnd
"Twos well she made them so
The ground then nearest to her son
Was twenty feet below.
T., farmt.r muntered down the Inne,
A sturdy man wns he;
.I" " the child and stopped a-whlle
Ileneath tho iherrj tiee.
And vowing hi. would "never cllml.
cherry tree no more."
He wore those little trousers out;
The jears went gliding past.
And, as a man, he stood besldn
Ills mother's grave at last.
They cut the cherry tree awuy
He cause the town had spresa
And some one wished to clear a sit
On which to build a slied.
One dn) a man who, ns a boy,
Hail made a vow that he
Would never, never never climb
Another cherry trio
Ileheld, with wnlery lips, the raro.
Hed cherries that grew high
ffhOll ft tffiA Hint ..Tnintft.l In tin
Where he wns niisslni: by.
They found hlm lying where be fell
The trousers that he wore
Were not ns stronc, alas, us those
Hli ma had labored o'er
Though jou should drain tho spreading
Tllu lllntill.... 1
To drown In Just the same.
8. K. Klser In Chicago Ilernrd-Hsrald
Mineral concoctions aro dangerous.
Nnturo never designed them for heal-
nis man. From tlmo Immemorial,
man s healer was purely vegotablo:
and from that tlmo to this, nature's
".."." """""" "'" "" 'U" us
that found In Klcnpoo Indian Oil. It
. Is nnturo'8 reri',1'. "" acs s klnl
y na nature,
It drives away pain,
sums, leaves, gathered from nature's
unerring laboratory. Its reror.l tar
. " "- '- - "
cures is unparalleled. Before civil-
Ized man had heard of It. It kept the
natives in perfect health. And Blncc
civilized man has known It, tho cate
gory ot cures has become volumliin s
No other medicine has mado such
1 c,lrcg' :aisa Klckapoo
U natre'8 remedy, andni
andna turo stands
back of iL Your djugglst has it. or
can get It. Insist on getting the gen
uine Klckapoo Indian Oil. Hobron
Drug Co., Agents for tho Klckapoo
The Mulletln. 7S cents pir month.
.,. ...77. "
NOTICE ANNUAL MEETING.
TllU ItnilUul llie. tlnlr .11 the .ni.mli, rw
of the Honolulu l.lbrarj & Heading
i.uuiii .M,iciniiiiii win oe neiii ai uieir
iuuu,n rriaay coeniug, ism Intl., at
?.!10 ttr Ihi. ul.t.rli.n ..1 ..I....... ......
.other business. A full attendunco of
1 the members Is earnestly requested.
. hjx' , ,.., iiitUATa.h . .. .ftft v -. kJiimabiimBmjMMJwmiummM
to Men ! ! !
This Is a messago to men. It la 'a
men wbn want to feel llko men. to look,
like mi n and act llko men. This Ih to ,
men who lack courage, whosn norvcK'
aro shaky, whoso eyes hnvo lost tin
sparkle, whose brains aro muddle J,
Ideas confused, sleep restless, confi
dence gone, spirits low and easily de
pressed, who are backward, hesitating.
unable to enturc because they arc
afraid of failure, who want somebod.
to decide for them, who aro weak, pu
ny, restless. It Is to men who havo pari
or all of these symptoms nnd want nc
life, new force, now ,lgor. I offer It
to ou In my wonderful
It linn restored health and strengtA
to tliciusnn'ils of wenk and Impotent
enre iiml enniwii full Ii .lv... il,
t Ibeei trarwe
10 ihe Fjmoui
lao Vallev. uul '
r.sy acccs to
volcano III tin '
WurU. . -
ISLAND OF MAUI.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coalings Oil
Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, completely sur
rounded by as rich oil producing wells
as there nro In the State, yielding from
&M to I'uU Parrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at the Oo.ii
Inga wells. 70 cents h.t barrel.
Willi twentj-f.hu producing well of
100 barrels each per slay, you can
nuke jour own calculation as la
The oil Industry of California, Is In
Its Infancy, et many fortunes bare
been Hindu b Judicious and lucky In
vestments in oil stock. Many mors
will liu made In the) near future.
The average advanco on original:
sales of oil slock In twenty lcadla
companies In Cttltforoln hsvs bees
from II to I10S per share.
Oil lands hnvo advanced from IUI
to $1,000 and fl',000 per acre.
When thu Pacific Union Oil Com
pany hus 11 number of producing welts
on Its property. Its stock will have
the snmo show for even n greater ad
vance, as some oil stock has advance
from $1 to $1,500 per share.
The Pacific Union Oil Company n-u
110 salaried officers, and is controller
by well known gentlemen nf Integrity,
who will seo tnnt the money derlv.nl
from thu sale of stork will b legUI
matel applied to tho development o
j For further information, apply to 1.
11. KISHKH & CO.. Stock and Ikinrl
Urokers, nnd Hawaiian agents, for the
sale of 11 limited nmount of Pad He
Union Oil Comp.inv stock. Stangen
wald building. Merchant street.
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night watchmen' furnished for hulH
lugs, biisluesH property nnd residencr
Hullclers will do well to consult Hot
ers Inregard to watchmen. . '
Notice Is liereby given that the part,
litirslilp cxlhting between J. W. Schoev
nlng mid S. I. Stewart Is now disaart
I'd. J. W. Sehoeulng will continue thr-
. business In the inline nf Ihe Mntnr
Carriage At Mac nine Co. 19G7-ls
Shooting over the land nnd sv
fisheries of Kukuluaeo (cidjaceni, t
lV,i. .'ii V vLmi 1. . . ' ', """
strictly pnihlbited. Anyone forustt m
doing will be prosecuted.
TAX APPEAL COURT NOTICE.
1 ,""' uireoy given mat me
M n-Tu.' seJhurwli.
, , , ,', tm, ground flocir of th"
Judle lar) building In Honolulu. adj,t-
Notice Is hereby given that
eeiu to inn ia tmice, on Monday, the
,4.t!',l,. "" Oe toner, at 1.311 p. m., at
.ti.i.i. .t..... ..... ....... ..,, .. ." .
."n,, I,, i'ssis'smentrwU. 5
hcurd. w ,. WILCOX.
President eif the Court of Tnx Appeals.
u 1 1 . tls.i,. ...! ..1.. ... ..II .
for tho Island ot Ouhu.
Honolulu. Ou.. 11, K)l.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned, having been dnlr
"PIMilnti'il Administrator of tho e-
a!" f Hl'lirj' Congdc.ll, Ut.) Of HO,-
lulu. Island of (Jdhu, deceased, notice
Is hereb) given to ull penoiiB ti
pie sent their claims against tho -
tnte of sulci Henry Congdon. deevss
,e(' "'J' niitheiitlcatecl. whether sernr.
-! i- mortgiigUc.roth.rwise. toth
If mil flltt'tVa ll fit lllu .1MI0.. nil II..Ml..sa.,
,tr,'"t- ' thu cltj of Honolulu. IsUaX
of Oabli. within bIx mou'liB from the
datci hereof, or the) will bo forever
liner,.! i,M,t nil iwihinnu lo.l, I...... ..
....... iw.ril'SMi . MID (Ill's. 1 J till illVI Utlllta,
said estate am hereby requested t
maKo iiuineciiaiet paymeiit to th un-
Adiiilnlstratnr i.statu of Henry
Dated Honolulu, Sept. 30. 1901.
K'51 Oct. i, 9. 16, M, 38.