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J ft l 2, ; EVENING BUl&ETIN. HONOLULU H. T., FRIDAY. OCTOHKn 18, 191)1. '
I ' . hlSHIPPINfi INTPIIiriFNfpl AA nit ' I
A Wondrous Tale
But' Its nethlng new vnu Inve
knounltaloncllmr, that Is about
the excellent quality of
We can tell vou ometh'ne new , however, anJ that Is we .ire wiling tht m at
E. O. HALL &SON,
A FAULTLESS LIGHT
TEL. MAIN 390.
HAWAIIAN ART STUDIES
Til paintings b Mrs. C. Hudson.
placed In the Pacific Hardware Co.'s
window this morning, attracted n great
ileal of attention and elicited general
admiration. Two of them are small
raimixe each representing a Hawaiian
lrl nt home.. The third Is a good siz
ed picture, showing n young Hawaiian
woman eatiug uol by herself, She Is
xlttlng on it locoaiuit leaf mat. taking
part of her weigh on her left hand
Hd.iye.l backward. The forefinger of Prices Dress Circle, $1; Family Clr
)ier right hand Is placing a lift of the cle, 75 cents; Gallery Circle, 50 cents;
nathu pottage iu her mouth. There Is Children, half-orlce.
In the coiiuteuunce. frluged with heay
trexseM, the archly shy expression
eliarui terlstlc of Hawaiian maiden-
hood. While the lle flgllie Is itself
poitnoed with an art seldom seen
equated with tlnuallan subjects, the
accessories are laid with u perfection
of (iilorlng which iibsolutel) forbids nil
adverse criticism. The calico drapery
of the girl, the cracked (alabush with
Its light patch In tho rich dark wood,
the dried squid blng near the vessel,
the weave of the mat and the clusters
of taj-o plant leaves nil reveal n, won
derfully deft handling of jiliudc and
delicate tints. There was just one
objection heard on the outside. It was
by u local pundit; In native customs.
He declared tiuit the Hawallans never
place the calabash on the floor mat,
but the Tex.sel must rest upon its Indi
BIG CROWD AT CIRCUS.
The lUruard Company's circus of va
rieties Is certainly plajlng to good
business, showing that the Honolulu
people know u fine show when they see
It. The management of the company
Is naturally very much pleased. Last
night, although one of the dullest In
the week fur. show people, proved lio
exception, a big audience- turning out
to see the good things offered by the
company. There was a slight varlatlou
rlu the program which added mltch to
the excellence of the performance.
Ijju Agnew, oue ot the special police
ii Ulcers, was buttoned outside the tent
to watch out for hoodlums and the con
sequence was there were no more dis
turbances such as the ones of Wednes
day night. He cuught a Portuguese
Irving to look Into the ladles' dressing
room. This, fallow saw un aggregation
Of coiiktellutions all bunched ou one
place and felt the hard Mill come In
contact with his head but he did not
stop to Inquire Into the oilgln of the
motive power that upset his plans aud
himself. Prnbahlv be Is running yet.
Agnew kept walking around the tents
throughout the performance and there
ere none who cared to dispute bis
right to his lonely trump.
TDRRITORY STABLES CO.
The affairs al the Tcrrltury Stables
on Klug street have reached the desir
able stage of amicable settlement as
suggested In yesterday's Hulletlu and
the mud begrimed suits atul nose pro
tectors of the Hchumun football team
have been burled along with a number
ut old clay pipes. John Andrade, on
the advice of his attorneys, has left the
tight and has withdrawn from the man
agement of the stables, taking hls'be
longings with him.
- F.fi. Thomas, the new manager, has,
been Installed In his new position aud.
Is today getting into harness. Mr. An-!
uraiiu win remain ui me siames a
month or so for the purpose of In
structing the new manager in his du-1
tits and then he will step out for good.
He has had an offer for his stock aud
lll probably sell out his whole Inter
The many friends ot Mr, Andrade
wish him good luck In whatever ven
ture he may see fit to branch out Into
In the future. He went In as manager
of the Territory Stables when the
place ,was first started and has con
ducted It on a money making basis and
much to the satisfaction of the many
patrons of the stables.
SubscrilK) for tho WEEKLY
BULLETIN, only $1 per annum.
Next door to lihler.
FOR THE HOME.
There Ih only one and that Is the In
candescent. Always ready fur use with a soft,
brilliant ami steady light. Does not
smoke or smell.
Adds the finishing touch to a well
Not expensive a many people think;
costs very little more than kerosene.
Let uk give you an estimate bn wlr
InK your house; you will And our fig
ures far below what you expected.
KING STREET, near Alakea.
BEHNARD 5 COY'S
Located Opposite the Hawaii
Ul Petite Ethel, Madamolselle Daisy
St. Ia'ou, The, Wingate Sifters, the
Sketch Artists lleer)ey and I)aners.
(Ins. St. Leon and his Famed Aciobat
le Troupe: Prof, liarnard with Train.
fit Horses, Ponies, Dogs and Monkeys.
Three Funny Clowns,
Full Band, Etc.
Saturday Matinee, Children 10c.
Look out for grand change of pro
gram next week.
FRANK HKVKItLEV, llus. Mgr.
SOME OTHER FELLOW'S
-If you don't ftct u rig ut
-Stock YiirdHCo.und take
-hep for n drive,
SwcllcKt turnouts In town furn-
Inhed on n momcntH notice.
RING UP MAIN 301.
Honolulu Stock Yards
An article which has stood severe (
tests, and which .an be furnished 4
as wanted, In good condition, C
Sample can be seen
at the store of
Levvers & Cooke,
J. D'. Jewett
,. J. WILLIAMS
Weather Huyeuu, Punahou,, October
IS. Temperature Morning minimum.
69; Mlililiiy mnxlmum, S2.
Ilarometer at ! a. m, 29.97. Steady.
Dew Point C8F.
Humidity ut 9 a. in. 08 per cent.
Diamond Mead Signal Station, Oe
tuber IS.- Weather cloudy; wind light
Thursday, Oct, 17
Htr. ,1. A. .Cummins, Sonrle, fr.ii.i
Schr. Illaorhe i Kll.i, I nun Kajfl'
Friday, Oct. IX.
P. M. tf. . Clt of I'arn, Porter, from
Port Los Angeles.
Am. bkt. Jane I titundford. .lolli-c-tedt,
II days from Nuvve-istle. Anrbur
eil outride fur Kaanup.i'1.
Thutsdiiy, Oct, 17.
Htr. Mlk.iliala, Oi'cgnr, for Kauai
')r Vnlalua, fir 'tinal inrti.
Hkt. Planter, Chase, for the Sound.
Htr. Maul, nennett, for Hamaku.i umj
Friday. Oei. IH
Htr. Mimna l.a. Hlrnerroii. tor Maul '
and Kumi ports.. I
For Maul and Hawaii ports, per str.
Maunn l.ou. Oct. 18--R. Andrews, E. I
Cutting. II. II. Makekau, Mrs. Nnlpo,
Chan. Coup, Jr., Foo Vine. J. E. Sho-
rey Chow Lung. Dr. and Mrs. Hodglns.
Miss Cornwell, Mrs. McQueen and 0
children, K. F. IIIhop and Julian Mon
(ITY Or PARA
The steamer City of Para from Port
Los ngeles arrived this morning after
a trip of ten days from the Coast. Sho
has on board oer thiee Hundred Por
to Means, many of whom are children.
In physical appearame they are about
the same as former sblpmeuts only
they ilo not appear so dirty.'
Among them there ure several crip.
pies and one man partially blind. What
uue these people will be as laborers Is
hard to see.
With the Porto ltlcaus ure a party ,
of twent-rtve Itulians coming to work
at Spreckelsvllle. They ure a splen
did looking lot of people and In every
way superior to the Porto nirnns. They
all look thrifty, clean and well condi
tioned. This will probably be the last trip ot
the Para to this port as she was noti
fied before having that she would bo,
put on another run. It Is thought byi
her ofllcers that the transportation of.
i-ono means win tor
Para Is In lommand
S. Porter. He and Puiser W. L. Rob
ertson have the thanks of the Hulletlu
fur late news favor.
THE ALAMEDA'S SPIN,
San Francisco. Oct. 7. Thla morn
ing the Oceanic Company's steamer
Alameda will leave Pacific street
wharf for a trial trip, and may take
a run as far out as the Farallones be
fore returning. John i. SnnreckelH
and other officials of the comuativ am.
a number of Invited guests will bo on
hoard. The Alameda .,aa recently to-.
ceived new boilers, which, with other
Improvements, have given Increase.
speed and comfort to the well-known
steamer. October 12ttt thu Alanmdu
sails for Honolulu In place of tho
Mariposa, which Is ulso to bo over
hauled. The steamer Zealnmlln of
the same line will be taken to Mat
nez to He nil Indefinitely
All persons owing the Honolulu
Stock-yards Co.. Ltd.. ure requested
to make immediate payment at their
office, King street.
JAH. F. MOltUAN.
C. A. RICE.
The business of the HONOLULU
STOCK-YARDS CO. Is now being
closed out and all stock is offered at
The list comprises:
Carriage and Huggy Horses.
Hack and Express Horses.
California and Hawaiian Mules.
Iluggtes, Hacks, Hurries, Phaetons,
Sets of Single and Double Harness.
These are for Bale at low rates.
Call early at tire stables and take
JA8. F. MORGAN.
C. A. RICE.
PUBLISHED IN HlLO.
Is a pretty
ood paper for
2.50 per an
who use its c
The Evenins Bulletin, 75 cents per
Adi. Inithla column will be Inserted
at 15 cents a line one Insertion; 25
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
REMOVAL The Hewing Machine Ex
change ha removed, to 1288 Fort
St. All kinds of Mewing machines
bought, void, lented or exchanged.
SWEEDI8H MA88AQE Miss Ulna
Moving, Island Hotel, over Orphcum.
NOTICE TO HUNTERS Goat shoot
ing privileged for tho Nanakull lands
urn ngnln offered to tho public.
Those wishing to Hecure permits
will bo furnished with tickets upon
application at tho office of Tho Dow
sett Company, Limited. W. F. nil
llngham, treasurer. 1946-lm
GET OURPRICE8 on billiard and pool
tables beforo buying elsewhere; Hold
on easy payments. Our cushions ara
guarantied for twenty years, aud
arc made by a new vulcanizing proc
ess1. Old tables fitted with our cush
ions am as good as new; satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded. Seo
our advertisement of "Manager
Wanted" for lawful slot machine.
Palmer Billiard Tablo Works. Chi
cago, Ills. 1937-Zm
IIFOUHAVEa house for rent or
want to rent a house, seo A. R.
BINDT. Collections .carefully at
tended to and promptly remitted.
. Ofllce 115 Kaahumanu street. 1893-tf
, nSjICE TO BUILDER8-ThoUnlo
Express Co. has WHITE SAND FOR
WANTED A first-class sticker hand
at onee. Call Pacific Mill Co.
WANTED To exchange a new Auto-
mum- mivtiuK muciiine lor a aeconu
hand machine and some cash. Ad.
dress Mrs. H l)ul!etln ofllce.
WANTED A hustler with $1500. to
take one-half interest In fl good bus-'
Iness. For further Information ad
dress C. M., Ilulletln. 19StMw
FOR EXCHANGE-8telnway parlor
grand piano for horse and carriage.
Address "Piano," Ilulletln office.
WANTED Five or six-room house,
furnished or unfurnished; centrally
located. Address 11. J, Ilulletln.
WANTED Position by a young lady
as stenographer; experienced. L
II.. 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 ovcrywhero; takes place of all
forbidden Bldt machines. Rented or
sold on easy payments. Secure ter
ritory quick. Palmer Iillllard Tablo
WorkB. Chicago, Ills. 1937-2m
a t me .too The,WANTED-To Be Dlaraond and Pal
a time stop. The. nnK , ,he ,ateat BtyeB WatcCB
of Captain . P. repaired by a Jeweler of 35 years'
WOOiVl AND BOARD.
THE LO8 ANGELE8 1523 Fort St.:
newly furnished rooms, roosquitu
proof; terms reasonable. 1930-tf
BOARD AND LODGING At the Lang
ton House. Mosquito proof and
electric light, dood table board.
THE METROPOLE, 1150 Alakea St.;
newly furnished rooms; electric
light; terms reasonable. 1956-lm
TO LET Neat, attractive furnished
rooms; rooms for housekeeping;
thoroughly sanitary. 14 UO Punch
bowl St., off lleretanta St. 1971-lw
NEWLY FURNI8HED rooms, Ilcreta
nla Ave., cor. Keeaumoku St. Mrs.
TO LET Nowly furnished front
rooms for gentlemen, from 11.50 tip;
quite a fine location. Corner Vino
yard and Punchbowl. 1960-lw
TO LET A large, sunny front room
In a private family; maulta Thomas
Square; hot and cold water; electric
lights; possession given Oct. 15th.
Address A. B. C. P. O. box 572.
TO LET Five-room cottage, at Cot
tage urove. King ot. Knqulro F. K.
King, No.8. 1955-tf
TO LET Six-mom cottage on College
St., with stnblo and servants' qur.r
tors. Appiy iu lleretanta St.
TO LET Two
TO LET House at present occupied
oy Mrs. u. center. Young street ox
tension near McCully tract. Apply
E. F. Bishop, C. Drawer & Co., Queen
FOR RENT Two (2) story houses at
Kekaullko-pa, on Young St., contain
ing two bedrooms, parlor, dining
room, kitchen, bath room and patent
water closet downstairs. KaplolanI
Estate, Ltd. 1921-tf
TO LET Largo front furnished room,
room for two, with or withbut board.
Address W. A., this office. 19GS-1W
TO LET Three, four or flva rooms for
light housekeeping. Apply 59 Uere
tanlt St., between Fort and Nun-
f anu. 1967-lw
TO RENT Six room cottage on Mat
tock Ave; electric lights; sanitary
plufnblng, etc. Apply O.,, H., P. O.
box 363. 1939 tf
FOR RENT A now bouse on Arte
sian St., of six rooms with all mod
ern Improvements. Enquire of Chas.
E. Frashor, Consolidated Soda
TO LET 8-room house, with barn,
Nuuanu Ave. Room 38, Campbell
TO LET Space In warehouse, 30x50
feet, fronting on Alakea street; auk
able for store or storage. Apply to
W, C. Uregg & Co., 502 biangenwald
ROOMS AT THE ALOHA Fort
Street, from f 1.50 to 12.50 per
IF you have a house for rent, or want
to rent a bouse, call on A. R. BINDT,
oirice with Guide Publishing Co.,
Campbell block. Merchant St., Tel
ephone Main 374. ' 1847-tf
Subscribe, for tho WEEKLY
BULLETIN, only $1 per nnnnra
At Less Than the
When we first maile our bow to tho Honolulu public. Just
two years ago this month, scarcely n ready-made skirt was
worn here. Yet we do not exaggerate when we say that tu
these two years we have sold thousands of skirts. Why? Ho
cause economical women have found out that to have their
simple, evety-day a?b-sklrts made by high-priced dressmak
ers Is rank extravagance.
Factories can buy materials away under what you would
pay, and cutting and se.vlng u machinery reduces cost to a
minimum. But don't mnke the mistake of thinking that these
machine-made garments arc wanting in style and fit. The
originals from which they ate copied aro made by high-salaried
men-tailors and are always In the latest fashion.
Think of a well-made perfectly-fitting washable skirt for
35 cents. It Is scarcely more than what the thread and
trimmings would cost you. Vet that, among other bargains,
is what yuu wlii And 1 11 our skirt offering on the centre table
this week. If you are one of those women who nre skeptical
about tho possibility of getting 11 ready-made skirt that will
look well on you, tome In and be converted. ,
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
FOR SALE The well established bus
iness of the M E. Klllean Co., Ltd.;
bids will be received for the entire
stock, from Monduy, October 21, tu
Thursday, October 21, privilege of
examination on calling at my olllce.
L. SchwelUer, Nuuatiu and Mer
chant Hts. 1971-2t
FOR 8ALE Lot at 213tf"Metcnlf St.,
Puliation, Sea iew, 17. 1 75 square
feet.. Apply on premises. 1970-lw
FOR SALE Full line of choice groc
eries nt 10 per cent below cost. In
any quantity, until entire stock Is
sold) terms strictly cash. At estate
of J. Hutchlngs, Progress block.
FOR SALE V'hceler & Wilson sew
Ing machine, 10. Call at 161C Fort
St.. near School. 19ti5-lw
FOR 8ALE Lense and large new
liilldlng on Prison road, oppolte It;
It. depot; lease has elcv:n yeats to
run; tlrst-class location; crcap
ground rent. For full pa''lcubrs np
pply to F. K. Mul.tno. oillce o' F.
M. Brooks, Spreckels bldg.
FOR SALE Ten nnolots at"fUU.
NUI, above Wyille St., high anl
dry, with good outlook, and conve
nient to Rapid Transit. Apply t)
FRANK 8. DODGE, 77 Merchant 3t.
FOR 8ALE New and second-hand
Smith Premier typewriters for sale
or rent. All makes repaired. Wash
ington Light Co. 1 959-1 m
FOR SALE A thoroughbred Holsteln
bull. Address F. F., this office.
8TEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE The
"Talula." as sho now lies In the hnr
bor. She Is a nearly new boat. In
perfect working order, and has been
of lato used In towing at Kahulul
harbor. W. II. Pain.
FRESH STRAW ThoUnlon Express
Co. has a lot of fresh rice straw for
TO LEASE No. 1081 Punchbowl St.,
furnished house of seven rooms, for
two years. Inquire ut 017 Hotel St.
FOR LEASE Premises orTunlon St.,
with a frontage of 242 feet and a
depth ot 70 feet. Long term given
without onerous conditions. Apply
to J.M. mONSARRAT.
Rooms 20-21, Campboll block.
L08T Dark-bay mare; right fore.and
hind legs 'white; star 011 forehead.
Suitable reward. A. K. Vlerra.
Butter tor Patients.
Dr. Max Kl'nhoru says tuberculous
patients should take plenty of food in
almost any variety so long as they had
not much distress from it. Butter was
one ot the fats most easily assimilated
and should be given freely. A quarter
of a pound of It contained about as
much heat as n quart of milk, und
could easily be taken It It wete accom
panied by some meat, b'read or milk.
He usually told phthisical patients to
take five meals a day. To the milk;
might be added some meat broth. He
would certulnly advise exerelie, but It
was beat to take It out of doors.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Toko Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
falls to cure. K. W. Grove's signature
Is 'on each box. 25 cents.
Fine Job Printing at the Bul
Shopping Is a Pleasure
wnen you have only to call up
and havo your puckages. delivered at
your door, 10 lbs. for 10c und upwards.
Merchants, Attention! We mako
C, O. I), collections for 5u extra.
American Messenger Express Co.
Hotel and Alakea Sti., Phone Main 199.
Cost of Material.
.' Pound-Master's Notice of Estrays
Notlco Is hereby glvpn that the ani
mals described below have been Im
pounded In ti.o Government Pound at
Maklki, Konn, Island of Onliu, and
unless the pound fees and damages
are sooner satisfied will be sold at
tho date hereafter named according to
Oct, 11, 19U1 Sorrel horse, branded
L V on right hind leg. white stroke'
. on forehead to nostril, three legs
Oct. 11, 1901 1 roan horse, branded
11 on right hlud leg. white stroke on
fiiichciiil to nostrils, left foreleg
white ami lame on the rlgbL
All owners of the above animals are
hereby not Hied that they will be sold
nt public auitlon un Saturday, Octo
ber 21".. 1901. at 12 o'clock noon If not
called for before the date mentioned.
llt.W-St Pound Master.
IK THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1 FIRST CIRCUIT. TERRITORY
Extension of Term.
I It appearing to the satisfaction of
the Court that the Interests of justice
'require It, this Special September, A.
I) 1901, Term of this Cqurt will be and
lis hereby extended twelve days from
and ufter the last day of the said term
GEO. I). GEAR,
Ptesldlng Judge, Circuit Court of the
Honolulu, Ouhu, Oct. II. 19ul.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN b
our lato scientific method applied to tht
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
These are the only dental parlors lr
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge of a Special
ist Give us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly us we advertise, We
will tell you In advance exactly what
your work will cost by a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth SB 00
Gold Crowns SS.OO
Gold Filling! , $1.00
Silver Fillings '. OOc
Htfli.. IMbJiafl- J
Our name alone will bo a guaranty,
that your work will be of the best
New York Dental Parlors
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel 86
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
3 Lots in Kapahutu Tract.
Lot in McCully Tract.
House and Lot on Beretanla Street
3 Cottages and Lots on King Street
near Government Nursery,
For particulars and prices apply to
JUDD & COMPANY, LTD,
307 Stnngenwnld Uuildlnri.
TEL. MAIN 64.
Mrs. H. H. Williams
Art Embroidery and Stamping.
Full line of Art Materials : : :
Art Embroldety Taught : ; :
Love Building, Port Street
65 Queen St.
U ' 2W
MR. C. J. LUDWIGSEN
On Saturday, October lth
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
at my salesroom, 65 Queen Btrcct, I
will sell at Public Auction, tho ele
gant homestead of Mr. C. J. Ludwlg
sen, situated on the corner of LUNA-
I.ll.O nnd KEEAUMOKU streets.
The property faces 200 feet on I.u
nalllo street. 180 feet on KecaumoU'i
street and 200 feet on Matlock street.
Orounds nre well cultivated anl
Large new dwelling houso contains
parlor nnd sitting room, dining anl
sewing room, kitchen, pantry, etc.
Upstairs four spacious bedrooms,
with clothes-closets and bath.
Servants' quarters on tho grounds.
A line opportunity to obtain one 'if
the nicest residences In Honolulu.
Fur further particulars apply to
Jas. F. Morgan,
The undersigned will reecho appli
cuttons to lease lots In tho "SCHMIDT
CENTRAL BLOCK" on Ilerctanlu
street. No. S88, adjoining the prem
ises of the Queen's Hospital.
This valuable property will bo divid
ed into several business sites and of
fers 11 fine chance to Investors In ltenl
Estate. Suitable for Stores, Lodging
Houses or Dwellings. Applications for
lots will be treated In priority nnd It
will pay to mako early applications.
An Important feature of these leases
is that the lessen has tho option f
purchasing his lot In fee simple during
the teuu of his lease at a figure based
on the rental ho Is paying.
Terms and conditions of lease with
amount of rents asked ran bo had on
Jae. F. Morgan,
65 Queen StreeU
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65 Queen St
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