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BVBN1NO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T.. FRIDAY, OCTOBER IS. 1901.
Lint of Travel.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
rnOM 8AN FRANCISCO.
BONOMA . .
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA OCT. 2J
VENTURA OCT. 29
ALAMEDA NOV. 19
SIERRA NOV. 19
ALAMEDA DEC. 4
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pared to Issuo, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
York by any steamship lino to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
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Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOR SAN FRANCI8CO.
COPTIC OCT. 22 OAEI.IC OCT. 22
AMERICA MAHU OCT. 30 HONOKONO MARU NOV. 1
PEKING NOV. 7 CHINA NOV. 9
GAELIC NOV. 14 DORIC NOV. 19
HONOKONO MARU NOV. 28 NIPPON MARU NOV. 2i
CHINA NOV. 30 PERU : DEC. 3
DORIC DEC. 10 COPTIC DEC. 10
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Steamers of tho above line, running In connection wltu the CANADI
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and calling at Victoria, D. C Honolulu and Urlsbane, arc DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
The Hawaiian Realty u.
Maturity Co., Ltd.
Dealers In real estate, loans, mort
gages, etc. Agents New Hampshire
Fire Insurance Company.
Oeneral Business and Financial Bro
building.; ( P. 0
3 and 4, Mctntyre
Box 2(2; Phone
t Mckinley Lost His Case
But Woo His Bride
Instruments Filed for Record Octo
ber 18, 1901.
Chas. H. Hlxhnp J. O. Carter and
K. Faxon Iilsbon Tr.D.
Then. K. Lansing Henry K. Wlch-
Recorded October 14, 1901.
Sing Kee & Co. to Wing Wo Tal
& Co.; assignment of lease; piece
land, Heela, Koolaupoko. Oahu. Boole
228, page IK. Dated October 9, 1901.
Emma M. isakuioa and nusband to
W. Henry: deed: lots 10. 11 and 12.
Aptll. Kanepalkl tract, Honolulu. Oa
hu; $1500. nook 225, pago 364. Dated
September 26, 1901.
D. Kapall to A. Gcemira; lease;
piece land, Nlulll, North Kohala, Ha
wall; ten ears at 115. Rook 228, page
196. Dated October 1, 1901.
Hawaii Land Co., Ltd.; to Yoshlua
ga et a!.; lease; piece land, Kalaebao,
Palama, Honolulu, Oahu; twelve
years at $100. Book 22S. page 197.
Dated February 9, 1900.
Yonhlnaga et al. to Kenlmoto; as
signment of lease; pleco land, Kalao
hao, Palama. Honolulu. Oahu. Hook
22. page 19S. Dated September 24.
Hawaii Land Co, Ltd., to Kenlmoto:
coM-nant; to redure rental to $75 per
month ou piece land, Kalaehao, Pala
ma, Honolulu. Oahu. Book 228, page
Recorded October IS, 1901,
Julia T. Lindsay and husband to
A Canton correspondent writes thnt
President McKlnley, as a young attor
nej .lost his first case in the Common
Pleas Court of Stark county, as shown
h,- thn i-w.nr,t I. nt hn nn n lirlrfp He Superintendent 'of Public
also was elected prosecuting attorney'! fl?" lot 29. Walpunak-I. N.
H,ln tho .rill Thl. ... was Hrst "'J0' ""i "P- U?ok 22Ii, page
r. , . : : .. ,..,,,".. :. " " we toner 11. 1901.
heard before Justice PhlM,. Low. of, w-( u, Naroahoe to Hencrlata Amoe
Navarre, Stark county, In 1663. Loc hlona et al.: dei-dj piece land. Ksllhl,
Is a rock-ribbed Democrat, but has Honolulu. Oahu; $S"0. Book 225, pago
much lows for McKlnley. Loeiv. strange . waieu ucioner iz, i..ui.
From Vancouver anu Victoria, B.
(For Brisbane and Sydney.)
f-rom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver. 11. C.)
MOANA OCT. 23
MIOWKHA NOV. 20
AOhaNOI DEC. IK
MOANA JAN. 15
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8. 8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, sailed from NEW YORK June 16; will
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FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pollnan Palace Sleepers, Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
hop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
V Pullman Ordinary Sleepers,
H. LOTH nOP, General Agent,
j 1S5 Third street. Portland. Oregon.
,, D. W. HITCHCOCK. General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
B. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
Honolulu Rapid Transit
aid Laid Company.
School Children's Tickets
Hulf-fnre school children's tickets
may be put chased Irom tho conductors
on tho cars, or at the company's otlleo
on Alapul street. These will be good
fof the transportation of school chil
dren up to 17 jenrs of ago In goln?
to and coming from school, between
the hours or 7:30 mid 9:30 a. m., uu-1
1 and 2:30 p. in. on regulur school
as It may scein. Is still a JusMee of tie
peace in tc village of Navarre, anil has
held the office In an unbroken line all
John Ro6tetter, a farmer of Bethle
hem township. Stark county, urought
action against Philip Sheets, his ten
ant, to recover damages of $213.20. The
farmeis had a quarrel over some horses
breaking Into a wheat field. The
plaintiff caused an attachment to be
Issued to satisfy his claim should h
win tin- suit.
Summons was served on Sheets
Marrh 16, ls69. He demanded a Jury
trial. This was granted, and April 6
was flx-M as (he time to hear the case.
The parties were not ready and the
rare did not come to trial until May 8.
It took three dajs to hear the evi
dence andtbe arguments. The Jury
Anally gave Judgment for the defen
dant. Sheets, amounting to $136.Ki.
McKlnley' client was not satisfied
with the lisu of the vase and took an
During the trial of the case McKln
ley had become engaged to marry Ida
Saxton, th belle of the town of Can-
I ton. and while the case waft pending
between Rostettr and Sheets, Mckin
ley was getting ready for the wedding
tour. He was married In January.
1871, His interest In this Important
event of his life Is shown in a letter
written a short time before his mar
riage to Judge Ambler of Salem, Ohio,
then Congressman from the district.
The young Canton attorney sent a let
ter of Inquiry to Congressman Ambler
at Washington, asking about the ho
tcls at Washington and Informing Mr.
Ambler of his approaching marriage.
This letter Is now in the possession of
Attorney Ralph Ambler of Canton, son
of the former Congressman. Ralph
Ambler, curiously enough. Is now a
Republican candidate for Common
Pleas Judge In Stark county.
The vleit of William McKlnley and
his bride to the National aCpltal was
an eventful occurrence In tne young
bridegroom's life. It Is said that the
bride wak so pleased with the trip thut
Fhe then declared her husband would
sunn- il.ty b- President of the United
States. It is ivrtaln that such a state
ment was made by Mrs. MeKlnley early
In her mirrled life and that she al
wab clung to this belief and repeated
ly declared It to friends.
Another Important event in the lit
of McKlnley that canted him to delay
the uw of ItODtetter and Sheets was
IiIr canva for prosecuting attorney of
Stark county. He was nominated, at
in well known th'-re, partly as a Joke,
for the county had been strongly Dem
01 ratio. The opposing candidate was
William A. Lynch. McKlnley, prob
ably Inspired with the Idea of his pros
pective bride, turned out and made
such a vigorous campaign that he won
and when the ballots were counted in
the fall of lsG9 he was elected prosecut
Hoi,. It. another strange thing clut
tering urcund this period of McKlnley
exmrlenie. The oiiuoslne counsel In
I the Hutii-u-r-rlheets case was also the
1 same William A. Lvnch. McKlnley
Car.l.ave Walklklrortownt3 4!. 6 u. t jam., . .1 u-tlnn anil hl bride- I.vmli
ani.v.rv 1 1 in null. Ih.ia.twr til ton. n!n anil"" ,u f-l-ciiun unu UlS uriUB, J.yiull
Kaliinu and husband to liana Plan
tation Company; mortgage; interest
in R. P. 32 IC. Kill. 3010, Wananalua,
Harm. Maul: linn, fourteen months
at 9 per ennt per annum, IJook 22J,
page 4m, Dated Oetobcr 7, 1901.
Kahoomakaulll to Hana Plantation
Company; deed, nine acres of Gmat
31.14, Kawalpaa-uka, liana. Maul; 15n.
Book 225, pag.. 367. Dated Octobor
M. K. Kameehnuua to Gcorce V.
Jaklus; deed; lots 47 and 12, map 22,
Honomalnna, North lillu, Hawaii: ISO.
Book 225, page 387. Dated September
Ella Naone and wife to George V.
Jaktns; deed; lot 18, Maulua. North
Hilo. HuwhII; $1. Book 223. page :tCI.
Dated September 24, 1901.
Kcalohaaiikal to William Kamana;
deed. Interest In It. P. 4111. Walakuu,
Walli.c. Maul; fM. Book 22S, page
SO. Dated Septembir 17. 1901.
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THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 .
Iratlili Office, 315 Fed St.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for our message
Judging from the ctiame Indlcatiou,
the favorite women's names In the
thirteenth cntury were Agnes, Alien
and Matilda, There Is scariely a ll-
lagf whre these do not appear repeat
edly.. Some of the most familiar
nami-s In modern times, however, seem
to have been but little used. Out of
one hundred women who where ho un
fortunate as to be mentioned In the
rollx for ine rwiton or another, nnd
hoe nani have been counted, hut
two bud our favorite and beautiful
name of Mary, and there was hut unn
Margaret. On the other tmnd, Isabel
la. Juliana, Cecilia and Petrnnllla seem
rather high i-otindlng for medlatvul
peat-antx, but tbey were common
enough. There Is an necaslonal eupho
nious and not Infrequent Muriel or
Avlee; and Ilotlld. Alvena, Kstrlld,
Edith and the like trxtlfy to the old
Of men's names the most rommou,
aa might be expected, are such na
Richard. William and Walter. But
some were very prevalent which hav.
btrome uniuual, for instance, Gilbert,
Roger, Geo0"re, Ala- and Ralph.
Prof. Kdtvard P. Cheyney, In "New"
EUROPEAN DOC CKNHUH.
Hawaiiai Tranway's Tine
KINU STREET LINE.
an (tiij ijmiii.isiiiKiniKi tu i.
11 jj P.M. trom Wttklkl go to th Punhou Sltrlei.
uirt icavt k Knge or f twit ncn iorioTi ai
S jjA.M. and tvery is minutes thtrtaltedlll n ofcP.M
Cars leave Fort anj King streets comer for Palama
at C-io a.m. an4 every is minutes after till it.ts
Cars leave for Patama only at and 9 to A.M.
Cars leave Palama for Walkikl s'4) A m, and every
minutil till o it P M . then at io.i ni a i P.H.
The n:il.M from Palama tor Punihuu onlv soes
to Walkikl on Saturday.
iar leave rort ana Ring ttreets corner 101 Kine
Range at j and vxo a.m.
Cars leave I ortani Klnc streets corner for Walkikl
al 60s A m. and every ij minutes tlhiooU'.M then at
10 nana 11ij r.n. ntii'jjr.n oe 10 naiKiKi
in aiiuidiyi oniy,
BEKETANIA STKCLT AND :"JUANU VALLEY.
Cars l.iv. Punahou Slafcla (or Ton at i anJ
In answer to an Inquiry about mush
liora growing George Caaipbeil writes
Mushrooms may he grown In sheds,
cellars, old hotbeds, under 'benches, In
barns, and all very shady places. Pro
cure the desired amount of fresh horse
manure to make the bed, and to every
bushel of manure ndd one
quarter bushel of good pasture loam or
garden soli, mix well and leave In a
pile for several dajs, turning it with a
pitchfork each day to allow the gase
to escape also to prevent burning,
which state renders the manure useless
for mushroomB. In about a week pre
pare the bed by spreading this mixture
evenly to a depth of one foot, tread or
roll It perfectly smooth and Arm, hav
ing previously removed all axtraneoae
matter, wood, straw, etc.
In a few dayB the bed Is ready to be
spawned. There Is the "English musa
room spawn" and the "French mush
room spawn" which comes in bricks,
also loose nt about 3! cems per pound.
When planting break off pieces about
the slsn of a hlckor) nut, make smalt
hulerf In the bed about eight Inches
apart and Into each place a piece of tho'1 '
sDawn. two inches deeu. Dress the com-.' '
post firmly Into each place. In about' '
nlnp dnvit thp snaun will hnvp run ' k
tbroiich the bed! then cover with fwnP
Inches of itoori earden soil, nisklnar It,'
firm with the back of a spade. Then
cover the bed with about four Inches of
straw. This may be removed while
picking the crop nnd then replaced,
Until the bed is through bearlng.Should
the beds become dr sprinkle with
very warm water. The first picking
ought to begin In about seven weeks.
If not ready then examine the soil, and
If It Is full of little white threads let
It have until later, when It will surely
bear. Weather conditions sometime
retard their growth.
Mushrooms may be grown ' at all
times of the yeur, but should not be
brought Into bearing In July nnd Au
gust, as the wood lice await the first
signs of their nppearance to mutilate
them. August Is the best month to
start a bed. The most effective way of
getting rid of wood lice Is by destroy
ing them with boiling water. If the
surface of the bed Is firm and smooth.
They usually retire, when disturbed.
Into the crevices around the edge of
the bed, Into all holes and cracks pour
holllug water, remove th straw, and
they will retire at once and can be
Never under any cirrumstance ap
ply the scalding water to the surface of
the bed while bearing. If in old beds
cracks or shelter for wood lice Is found
clear them of vermin, level the bottoms
up, make Arm and smooth, and follow
them Into their first haunts and scald
them. They are most destructive In
high temperature and In summer.
When the beds become exhausted and
the produce spindly, throw them away
and make fresh ones.
Gather the mushrooms every morn
ing and alwas pull or twist them out.
Avoid cutting, as the stumps decay and
Injure the cluster. The holes made by
pulling out the larger mushrooms
should be filled with a little soli, same
as the biirface of the bed. Keep a pail
ful sitting near for thut purpose.
There are hut tow large farmsteads
that have not an old shed, which might
readily he adapted for the purpose of
growing musnrooms by making them
free from draughts and cool In sum
mer; place several shelves against the
side and make a bed on the floor, as
directed. They may he grown In tuba
and boxes, or hanging she.ves may be
used; old hotbeds make excellent
places for a fall or winter crop. The
mushrooms found In meadows and pas
tures are of a hitter flavor than those
grown In the house, nnd they ought to
be cultivated In every moderatelj dry
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ISLAND OF MAUI.
A. T. HAGBNKAMP. Manager.
won the law case. Two years later Mc
Klnley and Lynth were again opposing
ranillmlaicit for prosecuting attorney.
This wa Ljnch's turn, and he easily
defeated McKlnley.. Mr. Lynch Is now
a prominent business man and lawyer
In Canton and was one of McKlnley'a
strongest friends He Is a Gold Dem
on at, and In li9S worked for McKln
ley. The preMdlng Judge in the case, the
ties to the suit and most of the Jurors
aie dead The little house used as a
lorTonmlVatlyatj40 s S i- '. tanJj,.mir ,v JUhtc I30W still standB Uear
T.ao A.M. . .H,.J. .,,,.. nnj ,nT.u. ., un.uit
11m f.imijr piuic a.iu nt.Tjn aa th nuiait
The Kiiropt'iin Uog ccnsii, hod beta
completed, ami ihows Pranc, wltk
2,sR4,DOO dogh, holding the Kuropcau
record. Not oul) are there more dogs
In France than any other cuuutry la
Europe, hut there are more per 1.000
inhabitant than In any other Euro
pean country. France has "" dog to
every lOOo Inhabitants. Then follow
Ireland, .with 73; Kngland, with 3;
Germany, with .11, and Sweden, with 11.
There ure 2,200,000 dogs In Germany,
1,500,000 In Ruisla nnd 350,000 In Tur
key though tourists who have resided
ed In Constantinople aver that i.tls
number falls short of the actual total,
which they think tn be larger In Tur
key than elsewhere. In Fumco tin re
Is a dog tax. and every dog Is register
ed, a condition which mukes the com
putation comparatively easy In that
countr). The number of dogs In lb
United States Is estimated at from 1,-
GeO.nOu to 1,800,000.
Tokyo' Plague Rat Fight.
1 he number of rats slaughtered In
Toko between I lie 12th and the 2Cth
ult. wasSOO.OC:. Some of the slaugh
ters recilved ,,o )en by way of re
ward. The Imperial Pulversit) Is do
ing the thing on u grander scale, for It
glwK t )cn reward tor any rat cap-
tilled within the "dangerous zone."
Meuiiwhlle the process of cremation Is
vigorously continued. Tim buildings
to be il(stro)ed, with all their (intents,
cover 4Wi tsubo-r one-tbird of an
ncri mid 40 tsiiho were cremated on
the first day, Jnpin Dally Mall.
IN THK C1IICUIT COUHT OF TUB
First Circuit. Territory or Hawaii, ct
Chambers, In Probate. In the Mattel
of the KsUte of Yong Yit Ho, of Ho
nolulu, Oahu, deceased. Petition hav
ing been Wed by Y. Anln. a friend of
said Intestate, pralng that letters of
Administration upon said email) no is
sued to Y. Anln. notice Is hereby giv
en that Friday, the 1st day of Novem
ber. A. II. 19(11. at 10 o clock a. in., pr
and hereby Is appointed for hearing I
said petition in tne court room or tnu
court at Honolulu, at which time and
place all persons concerned may ap
pear and show cause. If auy they have,
why said petition should aot be granted.
Honolulu. Sept. 21th, 1901.
U) the Court;
15:u Sept. 27 Oct. 4. 11. 18,
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
IN PUH8UANCF. OF AN EXF.CU-
tlou Issued out of the Second District
Court of Honolulu. Island of Oahu,
Territory of Hawaii, on the 20th day
of September, A. I). 1901, in re mat
ter of II. G. Mldilledltch vs. O. II. liar
lun, I have, on this -Itli day of Sep
tember. A. D. 1!01. levied upon, and
shall expnse for sale nt Public Auction,
to the IiIkIicsL bidder, at the Police
Station, Kalakuua Hale, In said Ho
nolulu, at 12 o'clock noou of Monday,
the 2Mh day of October, A I). 1901, all
the right, title and Interest of the said
(). II. 1 1 ii r lun In and to the following
proper!) . unless tho Judgnunt amount.
Ing to One Hundred and Forty-three,
ml t'-lHO Dollars, Interest, costs and
my expi uses, an- previously paid.
Said propeity levied upon being:
One Hearse and One Undertaker'
CHAS. F. CHILLING WORTH.
Deputy Sheriff, Ter. of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Oahu. 1351-31
Or. Plercc'a fclec
trie Body Battery
A. lthDrut' lnve
Ileal. Snl tur "Uook
620 M'-ktt St.. 8. I'.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Ceallnga Oil
Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, completely sur
rounded by aa rich oil-producing wells
as there are In the Statu, yielding from
SO to 200 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at tho Coal
Inga wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With twenty-live producing wills of
100 barrels each per day, you can
make your own calculation as to
The' oil Industry of California la la
Its Infancy, )ct many fortune have
been made by Judicious and lucky In
vestments In oil stock. Many mora
will be made In the near future.
Tho average advance oa original
sales of oil stock In twenty leading
companies In California has been
from II to 10b per share.
Oil lands have advanced from fl.SS
to 11.000 and J2.000 per acre.
When the Pacific Union Oil Com
pany has a number of producing wells
on its property. Its stock will have
the same show for even a greater ad
vance, as some oil stock has advanced
from 1 to 11,500 per share.
The Pacific Union Oil Company naa
no salaried officers, and Is controlled
by well-known gentlemen of Integrity,
who will sco tbal the money derived
from tho salu of stock will bo legltl
matel)' applied to the development ot
For further Information, apply to J.
II. FISHER . CO.. Stock and Bond
Ilrokers. and Hawaiian agents for tho
sale of a limited amount of Paclde
Union Oil Company stock, stangea-
wald building. Merchant street.
C. C. Bulhntyne.
Cars leave Oahj Collect fertovin .tnJ Vail at
6' jo 6, jo an! ?:ia A.n an4 ver iu mxire till 10 ie
p.m. excepi me even nour an j nair, nour cam wnicn
run from the Stable. ,
Cart leave Nuuanu Valley at 6 10 (.)o t.jo a.m and
very to minute thereafter till 10 $u P M
Cart leavt Ion and Queen trt for Punahou
Collece at 6 05 6 ij 6 i a M ani every 10 minute 1
after till 41 P.M. Afier that the cars run in the
Stable up to 1 1:30P.M. which l the lat car froen Town,
reaching thfStabfa at n-jo p m.
O R. & L. Co.
1'rom and after Jnnuar 1, 1399
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The Evening Bulletin, it cents per
STATIONS jaiiv imiiv
(Uutwari) k. Sun IMIIV ex. Sun dailv iitv
A.M AM. AM. P.M I1 Al.
Ilunolulu t 10 9ii no) ii fi
Pe.rl Clt Bo 9 ,5 II 4-1 14T t a
I wa Milt . 8 10(8 iiw jo 6 iu
Walana. 10 50 . .. 441
W.lalui tiiji 4i ,,,.
Kaiuki la t ... , 61$ ,,,,
(Itlw.lJ) IX. Sun. LtAILV I'AILV DAILY
AM A.M I'.M I'M.
gahuku 1 u ... a 1.8
Walalua ,,, I in .... . ,0
Walanae ,,,,. t 10 ,,
Lws Mill JO 7.14 1 ov 4:1a
Peail City 611 801 rio 4'a
Ilunolulu ,,, r;in s.jf iuf 1 6
F C. SMITH, Oen'l Pass. & Ticket Agt.
O. P. DCNISON, Superintendent
MISS CAROLINE rUSKINS
are cordially invited to in peci
specimens of her skMI in he'
recniion o im ai the rear ol
Art Stie ani
120 Hotel St
10 I0L1TIC8 TN THEIR MEETIH9.
"Are you the man who need to
write articles about 'How to Livo on
Tin Dollars a Week!'" asked tbo call
er of the pale gentleman with tho
bulging brow. I am ho" responded
tho pale gentleman, "Well, say, won't
ou give us one on 'How to llulld a
Thousand Dollar Cot t ago for Flv
Tfunibari'l Dollars? Tlaltlmore
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ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL
Pl'llSl'A.Vr TO AND UV V1IITUB
of an outer made In and by tho Cir
i ult Court of the Hrst Judicial Cir
cuit In the nm'.ier ot the estate of PI
Iwl I'aiiHi'wa. deeeusi-d, the undersign-
d will offer for sale at Public Auc
tion on natiirday, the 2fith day of
Oi tuber, .".. D. lltni, at 12 o'eloilt noon,
al the hali-Hroom of J. F, Morgan,
Auittoneer. Ci iueen street, lu Hono
lulu, Island of Oahu:
All that certain liliie or parcel ot
laud llng and tiling near Maunakea
stri-et netwei-n I'nuahi aud lieretnnlt
htreets. In said Honolulu, containing
an area of fifiO fmhiims 30 feet, de
scribed In I .ami ComiulsHloii Awnrd
No. lih'.i. Liber ::. page 1"S-110, Honl
ntent No, iii-iU.
Terms eash. Deed al the expen.u
of puri'liaser. Hiile subject to eonllr
niatlon of the Court.
Ililti-il September 27, 1901,
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AdmlnlftrHtor with the mil Anuexed
of Hie Kslntu of Piiwi l'rttmew.i,
J. M. DAflDHON.
Alt, for tho Ailmlnlstralor.
For timber particulars, enquire of
Junius F. Mnrcaii, nuclloneor.
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night watchmen furnished for bull I
Ings. business property and residences.
Hullderx wilt do well to consult Bow
era In regard to watchmen.
Shooting over the lands and sol
naileries of Kukuluaeo (adjacent to
Ala Moana Ileaeh road) Is hereby
strictly prohibited. Anyone found so
doing win he prosecuted.
F.iCa-71 F..O.D. VICTORIA WARD.
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Cre.im and Water Icej.
Chocolates anJ Confections.
KunlncHH Mnn'ti Lunch
The best In the citv: iistoi.m oap.m
Notice Is hereby given that tho part
nership existing between J. W. Schoe-
nlng and S. I, rile wart is now uissoiv
ed. J. W. Schoenlng will continue the
business In the name of the Motor
Carriage & Machine Co. 1907-lw
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER
ii a liini'ed number of puplle
The Kalseri "Now, Nick, what I reull) want In Know Is ho ilo ,eu uiak.
jour whiskers so nice and smooth-:" -Mlnmapolis Jouiiml.
will I ei
Term foimiifiie'liig on mill after Sep
1021 llcretanla St.
PIONEER MILL COMPANY, LTD.
The hfcond assessment of twenty
Hve pr cent (SS'V) on the new Issun
u' stock of tho Pioneer Mill Company,
Ltd., Is due and paable !o ember 1,
1901. at the otllce of II. Hackfeld t
Interest bearing after the Brut day
of Deiembi-r. 1901.
lawPet. It. 15, 18,
NOTICE ANNUAL MEETINQ.
The annual meeting ot the members
of the Honolulu Library & Reading
lloom Association will he held at their
rooms Friday evening, 18th Inst., at
7:110, for the election nl trustees ana
other business, A full attendance ot
the memberri Is earnestly requested.
II. A PAltMKLKK,
Subscriber to tho BULLRTIN
not ri't'oiviug tbtir naptrs promptly
will confer a favor by notifying th