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EVftNINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. 11. T THURSDAY, OCT. 17, 1901.
Lines of Travel.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers ol this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
rfTOOM SAN FRANCISCO.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMKDA OCT. 23
VENTURA OCT. 29
ALAMEDA NOV. 19
SIERRA NOV. 19
ALAMEDA DEC. 4
In connection with the sailing of tho above steamers, tho agents aro pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from Ban Francisco to all points In tho United States, and from Now
York by any steamship lino to all European ports.
i FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm, G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AQENT8 OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co', and Toyo Risen Kaisha
u, Steamer of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
1 (save this. port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
COPTIC OCT. 22
AMERICA MARU , I...OCT. 30
PEKINO NOV. 7
GAELIC . ! NOV. 14
MUNUKONQ MARU NOV,
CHINA NOV. 30
DORIC DEC. 10
NIPPON MARU . . ...-....,. DEC. 18
GAELIC OCT. 22
HONGKONG MARU NOV. 1
CHINA . . NOV. U
DORIC NOV. 19
28 NIPPON MARU NOV. 2
PERU DEC. 3
COPTIC DEC. 10
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
' H. mCKFIBLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal' Mail
Steamers of the above line, running In connection wltu the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney. N.S.A'.,
and calling at Victoria, B. C. Honolulu and Brisbane, are DUE AT HOMO-
hrilriw ntnlnH vlv
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
building.; Main 141.
Rooms 3 and 4, Mclntyre
P. 6. Box 262; Phone
WM m HORSE
W Miro UIEKI '
Instruments Filed for Record Octo
ber 16, 1901.
L. Ahlo II. M. Whitney. Jr. L.
V. P. McDougall ot al. M. E. Fos
McHryde 8tigar Co. McBryilo Es
tate Limited I).
E. Kuapuhl, tr. C. II. Makee....L.
Wm., Henry Jno. Watson and wlfo
E. C. Hohron Ahnle Wright D.
W. C. Achl and wire Annlo Wright
Kauhlmnka Jos. Goo Kim 1),
W. L. Decoto Goo Lip I.
Instruments Filed for Record Octo
ber 17, 1901.
I. Kuapuu Walanae Co. . ..'. I)
C. II. Atherton and wile Tr. Oanu
Admr. Est. W. II. Cummlngs An
A. Levey and huso. C. Brown, Tr.
AM. de Cew and husb. II. Water
bouse et al ............M.
O W. Ilayaelden II. Watorhouso
ot al. ... m.M.
D.- N. Polnalo Watanao Co D.
Muhlendnrf i-t al. M. II. K. Oat
l"-s, '.. -....
that I '
"One of the heft stories
know," said the' fat man In tho chair
ny me window, "is ou tho well-known
and highly esteemed Portland
F. tanslng M. B. F. Out
Recorded October 14, 1901.
A. Iwptlsto tn 8. Yatarn; lease; lot
man. 'V map 3. Katopa, HamaKun', Hawaii;
Joe Sawyer, In the days of uuld lane ten years at $200. Book 228, page 191
syne. Dated September 28, 1901.
"One day, so the story goes, a stran- A. Ilaptlste to Gotanl! .ease; por-
ger dropped Into Joe's- livery stable tloa lot maP ' Kalopa, Hamnkun.
In rortland and asked for a nlco hlti h Hawaii; ten yearH at $500. Book 228,
to be used by him around Portland U r Pa8p 1!'2- natp,l Soptember m, 1901.
Iho next few days. No one rccoitnli.rf " K- Tilpp to Hop Lung Co.; lease;
the man and It was but natural that nlcc-' Ian"' LcIc0- Honolulu, Onliu;
there should bo some objections and
somft preliminaries. It ho happened
thai the man was an old resident of
Portland, and that he .wan a man of
largo wealth, who was hack Into tho
nlrt hATnfl nrnln tn tMi thn nnnnua rt fti
outh. But.no one knew this, nnd tin.. !,ook, 2.:L4,'.1,"I?U 374
talK finally silted down to tho proposi- "' - 1"0.1.' , , ,
twenty years, flvo years at $20 1, fit
teen years at $240. Book 228, pago
1!m: Dated August 28, ..01.
I.ee Chip Chong to Young Chung!
hill of sale; 1-2G Interest In leasehold,
Llllha street, Honolulu, Oahu; $100.
From Vancouver an- Victoria, B. C.
(For Brisbane and Sydney.)
AORANQI . OCT. 20
MOANA NOV. 2.1
MIOWERA DEC. 21
i-rom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver. B. C.)
MOANA OCT. 23
MIOWERA NOV. 20
AOlaNGI DEC. 18
MOANA JAN. 15
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
Europe. For Freight and Passage r.nd all general information, apply to
Thco. H. Dav.cs fr Co., Ltd., Gen'l Attentw.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
8. 8. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, Sailed.
8.8. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail to sail Oct. IS.
'8. 8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, sailed from NEW YORK June 16; will
fcad at PUQET 80UND about SEPT. 1 for HAWAIIAN PORTS.,
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South Brooklyn, at
all times. For further particulars,' apply to
C. P. MORSB,
Central Freight -Agent H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd,
AOENTS, HONOLULU. ,
sVCROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS 0A.LY
FROM SAN FRAN.CI800,
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
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J,H. LOTHROP, General Agent
IK Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D.W. "HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
. L. LOMAX; Q. P. & T. A.,
1471 Omaha, Nebraska.
YOU CAN DO IT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 88.
tion mat me stranger mndo in reply in
Sawjer's remark that as ho dldu't
know hlra he would have to havo son a
sort of a guaranty.
iWhat Is tho price of thin team?'
" "Five hundred dollars '
'I will pay for It, and If It Is unin
jured, why, then, you will havo no
ranse to worry, will you?"
"Joe was agreeable, and ho put tho
money Into his tafe, and the man
drove off with the team. Thoy saw
blm around town with tho team all
of th week, sometimes off top two yr
three days, and again back In the sta
ble for thi night. Finally tho stran
ger eame in after eight or ten d
and delivered up ttw teum for goo.l.
It was found to l in tho tamo condi
tion and so Joq went Uong to tho Ba'c
and took out the flvo hundred nn-1
passed It over.
"The stranger put It Into aid pocko.
buttoning his coat,, ttld ouo or two
pluutaLt things about tho horses, and
w em. out.
"H: hadn't gone, far heforo Joe ru
membered something he hudn't got
nny pay for the hire of the hitch. Catl
ing to the man. he nunc back.
"'See here," said Joe, 'you hawn'i
paid me for,ray t.arn the. hlro of It
i "'I haven't had your Hum.'
"'Wh-hat's that? Haven't had mj
teamT Whose team havo ou had 7
"My own. Dldn t 1 buy and pay fer
itatid haien't you Jut-l bought It .back?
Dldn t youjutt (-ay that thu team w.i.i
lust as good at, it was when I took It,
and 'worth Just as much inonoy? Did
n t you say that you wero natIsnod7
" 'Yet,' said Joe, 'but you have haJ
the use of tae horses all tblR time.'
'True.' was the renly: "hut you
have, had the use of thtflvo hundred
doiiars all this time, too. Ono offsots
the other. And the ttrunger went out.
while all of the stable loungers roltel
out of their chairs wlthjaughter.
"The next day tho stranger cntue tn
and paid Joo liberally for tho toum
hire, for the entire time, and said thn:
tho trade was fully as good us tn
hltili. and that was saying a gnvl
deal." Lew ibton (Mo.) Journal.
Young FoIkH Ahead.
And yet I'reMdent Roosevelt Is older
than Emperor William of Germnuy,
who U 41; the Czar is but 31; King
Victor EmaniH Is 33; Queen Wllhel
mlna Is 21, nnd Alfonso XIII. Is onlv
IS. The young folki- are very much at
Emma M. Nakutna and husband to
V. Kamana: deed: lots 19 and 20.
Aplli-Kanepaikl tract, Honolulu, Oahu;
10."0. Book 225, page 383. Dated. Sep
tember 26, 1901. (
A. J. do Mederos et nl.; declaration
trust; In re disposition lots ST nnd
.'8. Kcklo tract Honolulu, Oahu. Book
221, page 34. Dated October 11
Kstate 8. G. Wilder. Limited, to II.
M. Dow; release; lot S23 nnu S24, of
Grant net'.!!, lot 522, of ..rant 365, Hack
feld street. Honolulu. Oahu; $7000.
Book 19'J, page 401. Dated October
II. M. DoNund wlto to First Ameri
can SnlngH & Trust Company of Ha
waii, Limited: mortgage; lots 523 and
524, of Grant 366U. Hnckfc-ld sticot,
Honolulu, Oahu; "7000, two yeurs at
S per cent. Book 22R, page 446. Dated
October 14. 1901.
J. S. Azevedo and wife to M. R.
Iloyu; lease; Ap. 1. Kill. 2032. Alpaako,
Ap. 2. It. P. 1929. Kaumkela. Hono
lulu. Oahu; $350. Book 229, page 01.
Drited October 12, 1901.
Recorded October IS, 1901.
Josu T. Iedo to Ignncto M. Paao;
mortgago; piece land, Kcwalo, Hono
lulii. Oahu; $400, two years at 8 per
eent. Book 226, page 449. Dated Oc
tober 15, 1901.
"The late Kugene Field was noto
riously Improvident, his chronic hard
upness being n sort of byword among
his Intimates nnd friends," snld an old
Iilend of the poet recently. "But he
managed to get a good Heal ot tun him
sen out ot the paucity of his own re
sources. "Onre at one of those seml-publlc
functions henl in a saloon where ev
ery man Is a host who has tho prlcu
nnd every man n guest who has a
thirst, Field as usual went broke.
There happened to he a hanger-on In
the crowd, one ol those whose consid
erable amlili.on Is to say they havo
shaken hnnds and touched glasses
with a celebrity. Calling the poet to
ono side ho said: 'Now I hope you'll
take no offense, but I understood you
t'i say you had run short of money, a
that Is true I would bo glad to oblige
you with a ten.'
"'How dare you,' snapped Field, af
fecting great Indignation. 'I don't even
know your name.'
'Ueg your pardon a thousnnd
times.' responded the other; 'I meant
no offense. I assure. I thought maybo
you might he able to use tho money
Please forget It.
"Field was si.cnt for a moment as il
In deep thought, and then slowl)
"'Forget it. All right, I win, on one
"'On what condition?'
"'On condition that you make It flf
Frank McKcn had drnwn some cur
renty from tho box othco of the .Madi
son Squnro 'X'hcatur to pay extra ex
penses on n trip to New l.ngland the
other afternoon. Ho wus standing lo
front of tho theater waiting for n car
rlago when a very oid but most ro-speetalile-looklng
man enmc up to him
and said: .
"Young man, can you tell me wheru
l might get r $.r0ii bin changed at this
time of day?"
JicKee looked the old gentleman
out, nnu, being satisfied with tho ru-
suit, said he t nought ho could chango
It for Mm. The old man produced tho
$500 hill, while McKee counted out
$500 In $5i, $20 and $10 bills an
handed them to thn owner nf tho $500.
The latter, however, without taking
the money, said:
"Pardon me, but Is there any ono
hereabout who will vouch for yon?".
McKee's flrt Impulse was to bo
eome offended, but a second Iook dis
closed so much uninformed gentility
about tho man that McKee referred
irtui to the box oitlf-c, where tho man
lu charge gate plain evidence of his
bewilderment that'any one should ask
lor n toucher for thn "bofs." But ho
ourhed for hi in, nnd thu old man
came out to McKee, got the change.
and wnlUed awu) without so much as
a thank ou.
WITH MYRTLE BOYS.
The Myrtle hoys are making plans
for their new quarters. The site will
be definitely fixed by Captain Merry In
a few days. It will probably be about
fifty yards from the end of the Chan
nel wharf. The club's new quarters
will ronstst of two buildings, one of
which will he occupied by the Janitor,
The downstnliH purt will be patterned
very much on the st)le of the old
building. The second floor will hae a
large dancing floor, a lanal and com
mittee and drawing rooms. The club
will vacate Its old quarters lu Decem
ber, The members nre In hopes ol
ociipying the new boat hniihe on New
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you want courage, energy and
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I've proven that electricity Is
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ty. My Klectrlc Belt restores his life In a few weeks and cures ev
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Describe your ease to mc, and if I say I can cure you I will
guarantee to do so.
Drugs won't restore your strength. They only stimulate. If yo.t
have to take a stimulant, take whisky, Taken In moderation it docs
less harm than the others.
"Kvery sign of pnln anl weakness has disappeared. 1 appre
ciate what your Belt has done for me," writes J. Schwarz, Coler
idge, Trinity CiSnnty, Cal.
I will gladly send you my book on this subject. It has S2
pages of inunt to people who want moro "fire." Sealed, free.
CAUTION. Makers of old-style, blistering and burning belli
are now offering Imitations of my Belts nnd Electrodes. LOOK
I take imltalons of my belt In trade. Just to show how murh bet
ter mlno Is. Call today or write. Consultatlonf'frde.
dr. ni. c Mclaughlin,
Hun FriinclHco, Cnl.
At the er, trance
to the Famous
lao Vallev. and
easy access to
volcano In the
for Tourists and
ISLAND OF MMJI.
A T. HAGBNKAMP. Manager.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
In the Famous Coalings
Fields of California.
Htielili Office, 315 Fert SI.
TBL., MAIN 181.
Messenicr will call for our message
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take laxative Ilromo Quinine Tablotu.
All druggists refund tho money If it
falls to cure. hi. W. a rove's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
Dr. Pierce Elec
tric tsoay uaitcrr
Away wlthDnitft Invct-
.!,. Snd Iftf "Book-
latho. " Aidrttl
PIERCE ELECTRIC CO.
V 620 M"kt St.. S. P,
& r sin
The "Al-Vlsta" Is the name of the
new- panoramic camera, lleforo buying
have us show It to ou. Kur ahead of
anything yet made in tho mmeru lino.
Honolulu Photo riupply Co.
Out at thu country home of Clara
Morris, on the Hudson, there has been
trouble lately In the orchard, Tho or
rhard Is Juki below- t;laru Morris' bed
room, and from her window- she can
hear plots hy marplots every time she
These disturbances usually twite
place In the night, and tho next morn
ing the orchard Is found tn havo henn
robbed. A few nights ago shu heard
whlspnrlng from below, then linibs of
trees were gently shaken. Then camt
htspers again, bhe got up and stole
li the window and In her manliest and
deepest voice said!
"Get out of there!" Silence. A
pause. Whispering again.
"Oct out of there r I'll shoot!"
"Aw, Jlmmle. pick up de bag. It's a
woman klddln' us."
And "Jlmmle" tokk up tho bag.
Oscar Hammersteln ran be found al
most any night sitting on a cnair out
side his theater on Seventh uvenuo
i.e was enjoying a cigar there the
other evening when he was approach
ed b an actor who had been employed
by him. but who bad been on n long
debauch, and who. In the parlance of
tho profession, "looked every bit the
part, too," .
Hesitatingly ho asked Mr. Hummer-
stein If ho would lend him $5, promis
ing ho would use It to sober up and
get, himself back to his old sell, Mr.
Hnmmersteln gave him the requested
amount, and after 'ofuso expressions
nf gratitude, the actor remarked:
"Mr. Hammersteln, this is the most
lucid moment I have had In a month.
"I guess this Is a 'lose II' moment
for me, too," replied r. Hammersteln.
Then hu looked guiltily nround. but he
hud been heard. Now York Times.
their new quarters. Judging hy the
riaiuic enons iney maue u eniiiu urn. v
My wife appeared at tbo kitchen Located
door, a worriedlook on her face I
"The elrl has loft." she announced. I
"She says this Is too far away from Pro en oil Jnnds, completely sur-
town. And I don't suppose we can get rounded by as rich oil-producing wells
n girl to stay here." as there are In tho State, yielding from
"Oh, It will be all right as soon as 50 to 250 barrels per day.
the weather' gets warmer," I replied. Contract prices for oil at tho Co'.-
soothingly. "Plenty of girls will be ina wrfl. 70 ccntH ,,, barrel.
clad to l-e out In the ouro country air. , win, i...i.nv,. n,n,iii.in ai.,11. nf
amid tho birds and bees. In tho glad-j 100 bttrrt.1(l eHCh p,,,. Jnyi you can
v.ur Bu.iui.m ". 'mako your own calculation as to
A uronounred sniff was
rnmment. "And to inaKo It worse,
just see what those boys have done'"
She indicated tne tuu ano us coniems
Susie said she could nreparo them.
but sho Is gone and 1, haven't an Idea
what to do with them."
"Why. don't thoy boll lobsters?" I
answered briskly. "I have always
beard that waB the way. And I sup-
peso It is all rlgnt for crawnsn.-
W hat, auvoi sne repiiea, uKimnu
Tho oil Industry ot California is tn
Us Infancy, yet many fortunes have
been made by Judicious and lucky In
vestments In oil sfoch. Many nr;
will be made in the near future.
The average advance on original
sales of oil stock In twenty leading
companies in California has been
from $1 to (108 per snare.
Oil lands bavo advanced from $1.26
1 mnnose so. They Would hardly
bo fit to eat If you waited till thoy
died, would they?"
"Rut you do that with fish " slio ar
"Quite true. But It seems to mo I
- ... ...III.... 1. .!.-,....,
nao rean or neani in uuiuua , -, , Knn nor hnre.
know the restauranta nave wnai uiey t- '-" ' ... ,,-. ..
.11 'live broiled lobster..' We've Irtli The ; Padflo Union Oil Company na.
UU BHIi.1 IV.1 uuiLttn, n..w .wm.w..w
to 11,000 and $2,000 per aero.
When the Pacific Union Oil Com
pany has a number of producing wella
on Its property it aux will have
the same show for even a greater ad
vance, as some oil stock baa advanced
My wife sighed
and dropped tho by well-known gentlemen of Integrity.
Fine Job Printing at the Bul
who will see t oat 'the money derived
from tho sale of stock will bo legiti
mately applied to the development ol
Kor further Information, apply to J.
II. 1'ISIHCR & CO. Stock and Bond
iirnUnrs. nnd Hawaiian ascnts for tho
gathered Into a pall, ond my wlfo wa a,e of a nmttod amount of Pacific
endeaorlng to pour them Into tho Wnon oil Company etoek. Stangen-
kettle. The enoris iney maue ui . .. miiidtl Merchant street.
subject. After tea I sat Town ii pe-i
ruse the eunlng paper. A fcmluluo
shriek and the yells of tho kids sum
moned nin to the Kittnen
Tho largest kettle was on thn
stovo filled with wnter boiling fiercely-
The unfortunate crawnsii nan neon
Honolulu Rapid Transit
aed Land Company.
School Children's Tickets
Half rare school children's tickets
may bo purchased from tho conductors
on the cars, or at tho company's office
on Alapal street, Theso will be good
tor mo xranspui uiuuu m m..... -.
dren up to 17 yours of ago In goln?
to and coming from school, between
the hours or 7:30 nnd 9:30 a: m., atil
1 and 2:30 p. m. on regular school
C. C, Ballentyne.
1938-lm Mgr. H. 11. T.
Hawaiian Traaway's Tine
Cut Ittvt Wilklkl lor town at v.!. ). ' 1 M.
andtvtry ij minute thitftei til 104. it:t an4
11:41 P M. Iron Wa klkl f o In thu PunahoU Stablta.
Cart Icavt R Rant or Pawaa iwliOi for town at
:ia.m. an4 avtry it mlnutcttntrtafterlHI 11.0.P.M
Cart Icavt Fort ana King ttrMtt corntr tor Htlana
at 6:10 A.M. anil tvery i) nlnuttt aim till n.t)
Cart Icavt tor Patanta only at ana j:)o A.M.
Ctrl leave Palama lor Walkikl y 4 J A M. ana tvcr
I M mlnuut nil e'4) P . tnenal o:i ana I04r.
Tmiiiiipj trom Palama lor Punahou only foci
a w.iuikl tin h.lurd.vl.
Cart leave rort ana Kin? tuectt comer roi nine
Dan., .1 a-,. .nJ .-ut A.M.
Cart leave Tort ani Klnit tueetl corner lor Walkikl
at 6 cj A.M. andevtiyijmlnutet oil loote.M, thenai
louanaii: jp.M. The Hid P.M. coet to Walkikl
on Saturiayt only.
BERETANIA STREET AND .'JUANU VAllEY.
Cart leave Punahou Stable lor Town at !'.)' and
for Town and Valley at f.40 f 50 6. 10 l:o 1 40 1 ana
Cart leave OahJ Collece for town ana Valley at
oi)o t.io ani tho A.M and even to minim till 10-10
P.M. except lite even hour and half, hour car) which
run from the Stable.
Cart leaver Nuuanu Valley a!6:io 6.)o 6,$oA,Mand
tvery i, mlnutet thereafter till 10 so P.M.
Cart leave Fort and Oueen klrectl for Punthou
Collect at o 6 t 6:4! A M nd every 10 mlnutet
alter till 041 P.M. Alter mat tne cart run 10 tne
Stable up to 11. toP,M,whlhlthelastcar Iron Town,
riichlnt the Stable at 11:10 PM,
6 R. & L; Co.
krom and after January 1, 1899.
The Bulletin. 75 cents p?r niontk.
r ft fu li r . H-t Ha P a f. rJ lu rVt t tu rs: ru fM !. tofu r fa
DON'T BLAMJ3 THE COW.
1 WANTS i
cape tlieir (loom were simpiy uivmuui.
and I was obliged to aid In tho task,
mnr-li r,i nil- Mtteret dlsimst.
We had crawllsh salad lor uinner me
nt Hnv niul ltwas excellent, with s
delicacy of flavor excelling the lobster, j
Rut somehow my who never irivu up-
exiurlaient again. Toleilo inane, n
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL
& I.. Co.
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR I8LAND PORT8.
- The Evening BullaUn, 76 oenU per
STATIONS. JAItV DMl
(Out.ard) ex. Sun, naiLY ex. bun dailv Uilv
A.M A.M. A. VI. P.M I'M.
Honolulu .... e.10 til tnis III !
I'e.rl City.,., t. 9 iS ireu 111 ):
Ea Mill).... Ill 10: 8 n 4. 'I 0,1.
Walanae...., .... 10 jo 441 ...,
W.lalua ll'.ll 14
Kahukr ,... u )i .i ....
(Inwjid) ex. Sun. OAllv iiailv lltlLY
1 AM. A.M l'.M P.M.
Kahuku ,..,,, J "-'
Walalut ). ..
Walanae ,... 110 ... ill
EwaMIII ,, .)'. ': lol 401
SeailCity oil lot 1)0 4:0
onolu'u . i- f l.ll t." :e
V C. SMITH, Oon'l Pass. & Ticket Agt.
Q. P. DENISON, Superintendent
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Tb Cowl "And yet I'm BUrpecled." Washington Btar.
Now that tho supply of the luscious
lobster Is decreasing rapidly along
the Atlantic coast, read my wlfo Im
pressively, "It Is probable tho atten
tion of gourmets .will be turned to his
fresh-water cousin, the crawfish. Tho
latter Is found In abundance In Amer
ican streams, and Is highly prized
among Oerman and French residents "
"I thought thu fragrant muskrat wpa
the favorite dainty of the French resi
dents, especially down nlong the
marsh," was my rejoinder, as she laid
down tho paper, Sho treated the ob
servation with Indifference,
I havo often seen crawfish In
springs and streams at home," sho
went on, "but I never know they could
"Why not? The crawfish Is built on
the samo linos as tho lobster, and ItviM
upon the same kind nf food. There Is
qulto a disparity In size, but that sim
ply invohes obtaining a number, In
stead of one, when you desire craw
"Why, mamma," piped up ouo of
thn kids, "It yon want some crawfish,
we can get them for you. The creek
down hero Is full of 'em.'
At tho time we were suffering from
tho effects of a desire to live In ttvj
country. Wo had removed not Ion
before a suburban place, under the
delusion that wo could enjoy the
pleasures of rural life and at the sam-v
tlmo have the advantages of tho city
as well. It was In tho merry spring
time, and we nil know what a Toledo
spring Is. Bo far. tho pleasures oi rur
aPllfe had consisted of pretty con
slant rains, and having a half-mile ,"
the muddloBt of mud to traverse no
foro reaching the end of tho street ear
lino. As ror tho city advantages. 1119.Y
wero not yet In evidence.
Tho noxt evening, on arriving U
home, I found the small fry. smeare-l
with mud and correspondingly happy,
gsthnred around a wash tub on thu
rear, porch. It was half full of water,
In which wero strnmbllng nt Ieatt a
perk of very active crawfish, or oveiy
sex, age and condition of lift. They
ero apparently much displeased wiid
Sight watchmen furnished for bulM-
FIRST TO 8ICN DECLARATION. Ings. business property and resiaencca.
- I Hullders will do well to consult Bo-
"John Hancock wus the nrst to sign vn n reganltowatchmen;
the Declaration," says l.ora 8. La NOTICE.
Mance In "New I.lpplucott," and hli '
bold, heavy. Ink-black signature is .1 tfoik-e Is hereby glum that the part
character study In itself. There I. d..h ..ersb.p existing -7 ' W- foe-
and fire, frankm? s ond firmness in u, "'""A V ' , ,,, cnUiiuo'tho
and the tremendous nourish nt Its close ed. J. ',""0" Motor,
shows ready wit. firm nenc, nnd sure Cnrrllle,. & Machine Co. 1967-lw
extent Ion. Hancock wus Governor ot
Massachusetts many terms. He left TA)C APPEAL COURT NOTICE.
most of his fortune to colleges and
for benevolent purposes. I Notice Is hereby given that the
Roger Sherman -lied lu 1793. the Court of Tax Appeals .or iho First Jn-
" ' iiniw-Hi-k Shoemaker d clal Circuit. Island of Oahu. will sit
same year us Han oik. hhoen awr d flo(jr q the
survejor. hiwjer. storekeeper .Mayor. t,,i,u. t tinnninln. nrtln.
CongiessniHii, Judge and Supremo (.)1U (( Uu Tnx 0Hiw nn Monday, the
Judge. Senator member of the Commit- 1 jtl, ny of Octouer, at 1:3.1 p. m.. at
t nf iii-i-lnrntlciii and of the lloardu whlrli lime and nlacu all appeals on
of Wnriiiiil Ordnance, he dlsprtned the the Income Tax assessments will be
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President 'of tho Court of Tax Appeals
for thu Island oi Oahu.
Honolulu. Oc 11. 1901. 1960-ft
old nro.erh ubout Jack-of-iill-truuis
hv ln-Inc u sucress nt nil. Senator Han-
dolph, proud both of his 'urlstocratle
birth, and of liming tne umoa 01 urn
Indian I'rlnress Pocahontas, In his
vclnH, dcpled rihermuu because of his
lowly origin. Onre when the latter was
vpeuklng he Interrupted hlin:
" 'Can the Senator from Connecticut
tell me.v he piped In bis shrill, sarcus
tic voice, 'whut he did with his leather
shoemaker's upron when he camo to
Quick us a Hash :nm the answer
NOTICE ANNUAL MEETINQ.
The annual meeting ol tho members
nf the Honolulu Library & Reading
Room Association w 111 be held at their
rooms Friday nienlng, loth Inst., at
7:o. for the election ol trustees ana
I cut It up to make nioi'castni for thu other business. A full attendance of
Indian Senator from Virginia."
Those who appreciate the
das of ph.tojjrjph'C woik
ISS CAROLINE FUSKINS
ate roriallv inv tH tn in pert
specimens nf her sW II in her
r-'Cf' ton n ini ai
the reir of
thu members Is earnestly remiestel.
I Hi A. l'AUMKLBr;
Li . ' r.
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tlti)Clates and Confection.
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