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A Wondrous Tale
But IH nothing new you hive
know n it a lone lime, tint Is about
the excellent quality of
We can tell you ometh'nK new, however, and that Is we are selling them at
B. O. HALL & SON,
Fort 8trcct, CALL KARLY. Next door to Hhlcra.
MTk zJtm I tffi
TEL. MAIN 390.
Stories of Yankee shrewdness have(
always been widely circulated, .buti
when one gets ahead of a Yankee there
is icry little said about It, especially
on the part of the man from the North. I
Spvcrnl dns heo n hotelkeeper at a
small station on one of the roads run-
Sing out of Memphis put the laugh on
c drummer from the North In u very
good way. and the traveling man was
compelled to beat a hasty retreat. The
drummer arrived at the hotel about 3
o'clock In the evening, and fearing
inai e wuum uui w uuic iu s. u,
supper he nBKeu me mnuiora wnni ne
could get to eat.
"My friend," said the hotelkeeper, "I
can give ou an) thing from a pickled
elephant to a broiled canary bird's
tongue for supper tonight." I
The drummer looked at the man,
and. thinking that he was Jesting, de
cided to call his bluff.
"All right, my friend." said the
drummer; "I'll take some pickled ele-
He was gone about five minutes and
when he returned, said
"Very well," said tho host, "I'll go
and get It."
"All right, sir; supper will be ready
In a moment. You'll have to take a
whole one, as we don't carve them af'or
The drummer decldij that ho was
not very hungry, and took Mme ehsejc
and sandwiches. Memphis Scimitar.
THE OLD TRUNDLE BED.
Oh the old trundle bed where I slept
when a boy)
What canopied King might not (ovut
The glory and peace of that slumber
Like a long, gracious nt In the bosom
The quaint, homely touch, hidden close
from the light.
But daintily drawn from Its hiding at
Ob a nest of delight, from the foot to
Was that queer little, dear little, old
Oh the old trundle bed where I wonder
The stars through the window, and lis
tened with awn
To the high of the winds as they trem
Through the trees where the robins Q
Where. I heard tho low, mumnrous
chirp of tho wren.
And the knt)dld listlessly chirrup
Till my fancies grew faint and were
Through the maze of tho dreams of the
old trundle "bed.
Oh the old trundle bed! Oh the old
With Its plump little pillow and old
ltd snowy-white sheets and the blan
Smoothed down and tucked round
with the touches of love:
Tho voice of my mother to lull me to
With the old fairy stories my memories
Still fresh as the lilies that bloom o'er
Once bowed o'er my own In the old
JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY.
M08QUIT0ES END WAR.
Go back to the time when Sapor,
King of Persia, held Nlstbls in siege,
indH Is found that the mosquitoes of
that day descended upon his army In
such numbers, and with such vlclos
nets big ones they were that tho
King of Persia was compelled to call
the war off and retreat. That famous
and historic attack of the mosquito
upon man Is vouched, for by the his
torians, and It Is not "written that the
Persian army contracted malaria or
yellow fever. But It did contract fear
fully painful bites, that caused it to
flee. New York Mall and Express.
FOR THE HOME.
There Is only onp ami that Is tho In
candescent. Always ready for ue with a soft,
brilliant and steady light. Oops not
smoke or smell.
Adds the finishing touch to a well
Not expensive at many people think;
costs very little more than kerosene.
Let us give you an estimate on wir
ing jour house; ydu will And our fig
ures far below what you expected.
KINO STREET, near Alakea.
BERNARD COY'S mm
Located Opposite the Hawaii'
jx PetltP Ethel. Mademoiselle Daisy
St. Leon, The Wlngato Sisters, the
Sketch Artists Beverley and Darners,
Uub. St. Leon and his Famed Acrobat
Troupe; Prof. Barnard with Train,
"' . l,'. Dogs and Monkeys,
Three Funny Clowns.
Fu" B'nd' Etc'
P(.ceDrt circle, $1; Family Clr-
CIC( 7S cents; Gallery circle, 50 cents;
Circus office for booking opposite
Saturday Matinee, Children 10c.
FRANK 1IEVE1U.EY, llus. Mgr.
SOME OTHER FELLOW'S
If you don't get a rig at
Stock Yards Co. imd take
her for u drive,
8wcllc8t turnouts In town furn
ished on a moments notice.
RING UP MAIN 301,
Honolulu Stock Yards
t ooooooo .
An article which has stood severe
tests, and which jn be furnished
as wanted, In good condition.
Sample can be seen
at the store of
Lewers & Cooke,
J. D. Jewett
. J. WILLIAMS
Signal Station, Punahou, October 17.
Temperature Morning minimum,
72; Midday maximum, 82.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 30.00. Steady,
new Point 67F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 68 per rent
Diamond Head Signal Station, Oc
tober 17. Weather clear; wind light
Wednesday, Oct. IS.
S. S. Carlisle City, Patterson, for San
Str. Hawaii, Dennett, for Molokal
and Maul ports.
Schr. Irene, Mitchell, for Port (lam
hie. Schr. Kawallaui. tor Koolati ports.
Schr. Mllle Morris, for'Koolau ports.
Str. Maul, liennett, lor Hninnkua
and Illlo ports; 6 p. m.
Str. Mtkahala, Orcgory, for Kauai
ports; S p. m.
Uktu, Planter, Chnse, for tp Sound.
11 THE HUM
The Influeucii of the Catholic Churr"!
In tlm Philippines has been a leadlm?
topic of discussion ever since the Unit
ed States took possession of tho Isl
ands. Bishop Potter, after (siting tho
Islands, declared that the church pruu
erty should bu confiscated.
Goueral James Smith of San Fran
rlsio recently returned homo from .1
tour of duty In military and civil ca
pacity from tho timo nf the first land
lug of American troops. In an Intel
view ghen a San Francisco papor,
A ffltr WAV rt Inrtlr ot anv wni-lr t.
hy results. Tho natives of the Philip-'
pines are tne most civilized and ad
vanced race of savages In the Orient.
Filipino Race Preserved.
Thu Cblncso have been pouring
Into tun islands for hundreds of years.
ei mo fiiimno race nas still been
preserved. Tho Catholic Church first
took a foothoid In tho Philippine Isl
ands about 3UU years ago. since th.it 1
time she has slowly but surely cducat
ed the Filipino race. The work may
appear slow, hut then, on the other
hand, it has been sure.
"If ou take a plan and attempt to
force Us growth you stand In dangc.
of killing It. The same situation con
fronts the church in tho Phlllpplnoi.
Tho prleBts hae gono very slowly, hut
they havo worked lalthtully to cducat-)
these savages. The Hllplno Is a sav
age, and will bo ono for hundreds o
years to come.
"That certain orders of the Catholic
church have lost the affection of tho
natives Is true, but I will give you tin
lacts: During the Spanish regime In
many districts the friars or priests
were placed In ofllco as governors, us
well as spiritual advisors. Thesn
priests were held responsible to tho
Spanish government for tho good or
der of the district they lived In.
Priests Acted as Disciplinarians.
"The feeblest mind can understand
when a priest had to act as discipli
narian and administer justice, nuj
sometimes punish, It would naturally
follow that tho affection . that should
bo held for him by tho natives woulj
"Any man of fair and Impartial
mind could not fall to be Impressed
with tho work that, the Jesuit order
has done In the Philippines. The Ji
ults havo magnificent colleges estab
lished there, and they havo educated
the brightest minds In the Island. In
Manila they havo a college, which Is
attended by 1500 pupils. Men or the
brightest Intellect who have paid vis
its to this college have never left there
without gaining more knowledge tha.i
when they entered.
"The Jesuits at .the college In Ma
nlla bavo an observatory that has
proved so efficient that It has receive!
the compliments of this Government
and Is, I am almost sure, receiving n
BUbsldy from Washington. When thu
American Oovernmeat took possession
of the Philippines it received from thr
Jesuits all the daia and statistics nt
tne islands, and they were all found
to bo absolutely correct. These data
were forwarded to Washington, were
printed and are now in book form o
file In the departments.
Archbishop Chappelle In Rome.
'Archbishop Channello Is now In
Rome making a rcDort of his observe.
ttons In the Philippines. I cannot say
wnat changes or worms ho will sug
gest. I, often met Archbishop Noza
leda. his predecessor, who was thJ
head of the church during tbo war.
"l do not Know whether he over
mado tho statement that the America. 1
troops would abuso tho women In Mi
nlla should the town fall Into the
bands of these invaders, but It he ill,!
1 110 not blamo him; I will tell yo-i
why. VI think that Archbishop Illor
dan's actions would be justifiable if .1
Spanish forcn attempted to Invade San
Francisco If ho tried to enthuso thu
soldiers to resist until tholr last drop
of blood was shed In defense of the.r
"Father McKlnnon told me that
Archbishop Nozaleda had told hi in. nnd
there Is no reason to doubt the nron
bishop's word, that he was tho first
to urge the Spanish authorities to sur
render atter Dewoy fougnt tho battle
of Manila bay. Father McKlnnon wa
the first American to enter Manila dur
ing tbo hostilities, and he was received
most graciously by Archbishop Noza
Priests Loyal to United States.
"The Spanish priests are loyal ta
this country, and are doing all In their
power to make the natives respect out
law. The teaching of tho Catholic
Church is to 'honor the king.'
"The priests, therefore, are obedient
to those who are In authority over
"These priests were all from Soaln.
and It Is only natural that they were
loyal to Spain whllo under that Gov
ernment, but now that Americans are
ruling the country, they are loyal to
the United StateB.
"Under the Spanish regime the Cath
olic church was tho sole educator of
the Islands. PrleBts were distributed
In different parts of the Islands.'Whor)
there was no priest there was a natlvo
who taught the children how to read
and write. Of courso, whero the
priests wero the children received a
better education, in tho larger towm,
where there wero colleges, tho young
men received splendid educations-
medicine, law, chemistry, and all tho
useful arts and sciences.'
StiWrilio for tlm WEEKLY
! BULLETIN, only .$1 per annum,.
Ads. In this column will be Inserted
at 15 cents a line one Insertion; 23
cents two Insertions; 30 cents one
week; 40 cents two weeks, and 60
cents one month. This Is the cheapest
advertising ever offered the people of
3WEEDI8H MA88AQE Miss Hlna
Hovlng, Island Hotel, over Orpheum.
NOTICE TO HUNTERS Goat shoot
ing privileges for tho Nanakull lands
are again offered to tho public.
Thoso wishing to secure permits
will bo furnished with tickets upon
application at the office or The Dow
sett Company, Limited. W. F. Dil
lingham, treasurer. 1946-lm
GET OUR PRICES on billiard and pool
tables before buying elsewhere ! sold
011 etmy payments. Our cushions are
1 guaranteed for twenty years, and
are made by a now vulcanizing proc
ess. Old tables fitted with our cush
ions ar,e as good as now; satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded. Sea
our advertisement of "Manager
Wanted" for lawful slot machlnu.
Palmer Billiard Tablo Works. Chi
IF YOU HAVE a house for rent or
want to rent a house, see A. R.
BINDT. Collections carefully at
tended to and promptly remitted.
Offlco 115 Kaahumanu street. 18931 f
NOTICE TO BUILDERS Tho Union
Express Co. has WHITE AND FOR.
SALE. 1S43 tf
WANTED A first-class sticker hand
at once. Call Pacific Mill Co.
WANTED To exchange a now sewing
machine for a cheap horse. Address
L. H Bulletin office. 19C7-tf
WANTED To exchange a new Auto
matic sewing machine for a second
hand machlno and some cash. Ad
dress Mrs. H., Bulletin office.
WANTED A hustler with K,00, to
take one-half interest In a good bus
iness. For further Information ad
dress C. M., Bulletin. 1906-lw
FOR EXCHANGE Stelnway parlor
grand piano for horse and carriage.
Address "Piano." Bulletin offlco.
WANTED Flvo or slxroom house.
furnlshi'd or. unfurnished; centrally
located. Address It. J., Bulletin.
WANTED Position by a young lady
as stenographer; experienced. L.
H.. P. O. box 303. 1939 tf
MANAGER WANTED In every large
county to appoint agents for tho fa
mous "Game o' Skill" nickel slot
machine for drinks or cigars; law
ful everywhere; takes placo of all
forbidden slot machines. Rented A
sold on easy payments. Secure ter
ritory quick. Palmer Billiard Table
Works, Chicago. Ills. 1937-2m
WANTED To sell Diamond and Opal
lungs, in tne latest styles, watches
repaired by a Jowolcr of 35 years'
experience. G. D1ETZ, Fort street.
near Hotel. 1808-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
BOARD AND LODGING At the Lang
ton House. Mosquito proof and
electric light. Good table board.
THE METROPOLE, 1150 Alakea St.;
newly furnished rooms; electric
light; terms reasonable. 1956-lai
NEWLY FURNISHED rooms. Hereta
nla A., cor. Keeaumoku St. Mrs.
TO LET Newly furnished front
rooms for gentlemen, from 1.50 up;
quite a fine location. Corner Vine
yard and Punchbowl. 1966-lw
TO LET A large, sunny tront room
In a private family; mauka Thomas
Square; hot and cold water; electric
lights; possession given Oct. 15th.
Address A. B. C, P.-O. box C72. ,
TO LET Five-room cottage, at Cot
tage urove, rung 01. enquire r . r.
King, No. 8. 1955-tf
TO LET Six-room cottago on College
St., with stable and servants' qurr
ters. Apply iti Bcretania St.
TO LET Two front rooms. No.
Garden lane. 1880-tf
TO LET House at present occupied
by Mrs. D. Center, Young street ex
tension near McCully tract. Apply
E. F. Bishop, C. Brewer & Co., Queen
TO LET Newiy furnished rooms.
mosquito proof, terms reasonable.
Third house abovo Gorman Bakery,
Fort St. 1930-tf
FOR RENT Two (2) story houses at
Kckauliko-na, on Young St, contain
ing two bedrooms, parlor, dining
room, kitchen, bath room and patent
water closet downstairs. Kaplolnnl
Estate, Ltd. 1921-lf
TO LET Large front furnished room,
room for two, with or without board.
Address W. A., this offlco. 1968-lw
TO LET Three, four or five rooms for
light housekeeping. Apply 59 Bere
tanit St.. between Fort and Nuu-
TO RENT Six rooni cottage on Mat
tock Ave.; electric lights; sanitary
plumbing, etc. Apply G, H., P. O.
box 363. 1939 tf
FOR RENT A new house on Arte
sian St., of six roomB with all mod
ern improvements. Enquire of Chas.
E. Fresher. Consolidated Soda
Works. . 1922-tf
TO LET 8-room house, with barn,
Nuuanu Ave. Room 38, Campbell
Blk. 1962-1 m
TO LET Space in warehouse, 30x50
feet, fronting on Alakea street; suit
able for store or storage. Apply to
W. C. Gregg & Co., 502 uangenwald
ROOM8 AT THE ALOHA Fort
Street, from $1.50 to 2.50 per
IF you have a house for rent, or want
to rent a house, call on A. R. BINDT,
office with Guide Publishing Co.,
Campbell block. Merchant St., Tel
ephone Main 374. 1847-tf
Fii.o Job Printing tho Bui
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. .-ii,ni'f: 1 xt-jM, taiittumoA t','itv!iHiaitfiT"j.-', .. r r - , Mima,,---, r.
xTrmraticni minimum mutittmmmWXi'mminmim't i iiiisii maim 1 1 wmm i-W-i-
U Less Than the Cost of Material.
When we first mado olir bow to the Honolulu public, just
two years ago this month, scarcely a ready-made skirt was
worn hero. Yet we do nut exaggerate when we say" that In
these two years wo have sold thousands of skirts. Why? Be
cause economical women have found out that to havo their
simple, eevry-day waBh-hklrts made by high-priced dressmak
ers is rank extravagance.
Factories can buy materials away under what1 you would
pay, and cutting and sewing by machinery reduces cost to' a
minimum. But don't make the mistake of thinking that these
machine-made garments aro wanting In style and fit. Tho
originals from which they are copied are made by high-salaried
men tailors and are always in, the latest fashion.
Think of a welt-made perfectly-fitting washable skirt for
35 cents. It Is scarcely more than what tho thread and
trimmings would cost ynu. Yet that, among other bargains, ,
Is what you will find In our skirt offering on the centre table
this week. If you aro 3no of thoso women who are skeptical
about the possibility of getting a ready-made skirt that will
look well on you, tome In and be converted.
WHITNEY fir MARSH, Ltd.
FOR 8ALE Lot at 2136 Metcalf St.r
Punahou, Sea View, 17,(75 square
feeL Apply on premises. 1970-lw
FOR SALE Full line of rholcn groc
eries at 10 per cent below cost, In
any quantity, until entire stock Is
sold; terms strictly cash. At estate
of J. Hutching.- Progress block.
FOR SALE Wheeler & Wilson sew.
Ing machine. $19. Call at 1541! Fort
St.. near School. 1965-lw
FOR 8ALE Lease and large new
lulldlng on Prison road, opposite K.
K. depot; lease has elevjn yean to
run; first-class location; cheap
ground rent. For full palcultirs ap
pply to F. K. Maktno, offlco o F,.
M. Brooks, Spreckels bldg.
FOR SALE Ten fine lots at PUU
NUI, above Wyllle St.; high anl
dry, with good outlook, and cono
nlent to Ilapld Transit. Apply tj
FRANK 8. DODGE, 77 Merchant -it.
FOR 8ALE New and second-haul
Smith Premier typewriters for sale
or rent. All makes repaired. Wash
ington Light Co. 1959-1 m
FOR 8ALE A thoroughbred Holstetn
bull. 'Address F. F this offlco.
STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE The
"TaluIa.V as she now lies In the har
bor. Bho Is a nearly new boat, lo
perfect working order, and has been
of lato used In towing at Kahulut
harbor. W. H. Pain.
FRE8H STRAW The Union Express
Co. hns a lot of fresh rice straw for
TO"LEA8E No. 1081 Punchbowl St..
fumishud house of seven rooms, for
two years. Inquire at 617 Hotel St.
FOR LEA8E Premises on Union St.,
with n frontage of 242 feet and n
depth oi 70 feet. Long term given
without onerous conditions. Apply
to J. M. ulONSARRAT.
Rooms 20-21, Campbell block.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed administrator of the estate of
O. Borgstrom, deceased, late of Ho
nolulu, Torrltory of Hawaii, notice Is
hereby given to all porsonshavlng
claims against said estate to present
their clalmB, duly authenticated and
with proper vouchiirs, It any exist,
even If tho claim Is secured by mort
gage upon real imtate, ut tho offlco of
tho undornlgned. 137 Merchant fctrrut.
Honolulu, within 3lx (6) months from
tho date hereof, or they will be for
ever barred. DAVID DAYTON.
1970 Oct. 17. 24. 31; Nov. 1. 8.
THE 9 VWAII HERALI
PUBLISHED IN HlLO.
Is a pretty
(ood paper for
j5a.ro per an
who use its cs
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merohant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. Schaefer.
ANNI8 MONTAGUE TURNER
will receive a limited number ot pupils
Term commencing on and atter Sep
1024 Beretanla St.
Fine Job Printing at Uio Bul
The Evening Bulletin. 75 cents per
Poaad-Master's Notice ef Estrays
Notice Is hereby given that the ani
mals described below have been Im
pounded In t.e Government Pound at
Mnklkl, Konn, Island of Oahu, and
unless the pound fees and damages
are sooner satisfied will be sold at
the date hereafter named according to
Oct. 11, 1901 Sorrel horse, branded
1, V on right hind leg. whlto stroke
on forehead to nostril, three legs
Oct. 11, 1901 1 roan horse, branded
1! on right hind leg. white stroke on
forehead to nostrils, left foreleg
white and lame on the right.
All owners of the above animals arc
lureby notified that they will be sold
at public auction on Saturday, Octo
ber 2C. 1901. at 12 o'clock noon If not
inlled for before tho date mentioned.
1930-31 Pound Master.
IN THE CIHCUIT COUHT OF THE
1THST C1UCUIT, TERBITOUY
Extension of Term.
It appearing to the satisfaction of
the Court that the Interests of Justice
require it, this Special September, A.
D 1901, Term of this Court will be and
is hereby extended twelve dnyp from
nnd after the last day of tho said term
, GEO. 1). GEAR,
Prrsidlng Judge, Circuit Court of the
Honolulu, Oahu, Oct. 1 1, 1901.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY. WITHOUT PAIN bj
our late scientific method applied to thr
gums. No sleep-producing agents oi
These are the only dental parlors Is
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectccable from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge of a Special
1st Give us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as we advertise. W
will tell you In advance, exactly what
your work will cost by a FREE EX
Set Teeth $5 00
Gold Crowns $5.00
Gold Fillings SI.OO
Silver Fillings 80c
Our name nlnne will ha a euar&ntA
that your work will be of the best
New York Dental Parlors.
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Strew
LADTEfl IN ATTKNDANCF
3 Lots In Kapahulu 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 StnnjJenwulU Building.
TEL, MAIN 64.
Mrs. H. H. Williams
Art Embroidery and Stamping.
Full line of Art Materials : : :
Art Embroidery Tauftht : : :
Love Building, Fort Street
jjj. 1 .( , :,.'
65 Queen St.
Oi Friday, Octiter 18,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, t
win sell at Public Auction
Fifty case of NEWLY ARRIVED
This water will bo sold In quantities
to suit purchasers.
JAS. P. MORGUN,
: OF :
. DRy MODS
Oi Friday, October 18, '
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction the follow
ing goods: "
.Handkerchiefs, Purses, Bolts, '
Tins, Hair Pins, Buttons,
Jewelry. Socks, Towels, ,
Hand Mirrors, ,'t
Under Garments, Thread, i .
Garden Trowels, Bugs, ,
Show Case, Pictures, -I
Bods, Bureaus, Washstands, X
Sideboards, Cane Chairs, ' I
Box Couch, Etc., Etc. 1
JAS. F. MORGAN.
MR. C. J. LUDWIGSEN
On Saturday, October 19th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
at my salesroom, 65 .Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction, the ele
gant homestead of Mr. C. J. Ludwig
sen, situated on tbo corner ot I.UNA
LILO and KEEAUMOKU streets.
The property faces 200 foot on Lu
nalllo street, 180 feet on KceaumoU'i
street and 200 feet on Matlock Btreet.
Orounds aro well cultivated anl
1-argo now dwelling house contains
parlor and sitting room, dining anl
sewing room, kitchen, pantry, etc.
Upstairs four spacious bedrooms,
with clothes closets and bath.
ScnantB' quarters on the grounds.
A fine opportunity to obtain ono -it
the nicest residences in Honolulu.
For further particulars apply to
elas. P. Morgan,
Tho undersigned will receive appli
cations to lease lots In tho "SCHMIDT
CENTRAL- BLOCK" on Beretanla
street. No. 588, adjoining tho prem
ises of the Queen's HospUaL
This valuablo Dronorty win do uivia-
ed Into several business sites and of
fers a fine chance to Investors In Real
Estate. Suitable tor Btores, Lodging
Houses or Dwellings. Applications for
lots will be treated In priority and It
will pay to make early applications.
An Important feature of these leases
Is that tho lessee has tbo option of
purchasing his lot In fee simple during
tho term of bis lease at a figure based
on the rental ho Is paying.
Terms and conditions of leaao with
amount ot rents asked can be bad on
Jae. F. Morgan,
65 Queen Street.
65 Queen St