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EVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. If. T.. SVTfRDAT, OCT. 15. 1901.
Llnei of Travel.
Oceanic Steamship Company
Tbo steamer of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
7R0M SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA OCT. 19 ALAMEDA OCT. 21
SONOMA OCT. 13 VENTURA . OCT. 29
ALAMEDA NOV. 9 ALAMEDA NOV. 19
VENTURA" NOV. 20 SIERRA NOV. 19
ALAMEDA NOV. 23 ALAMEDA DEC. 4
Local iloat. Local lioat.
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers, the agents are pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, nnd from New
York by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. 6. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AOENT8 OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
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.; P. 6.
3 and 4, Mclntyre
Box 302; Phone
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
8teamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND'
HONOKONO MARU . .
(HA i: LIO . .
HONOKONO MARU NOV. 1
CHINA NOV. 9
DORIC NOV. 1!)
NIPPON MARU NOV. 2
PERU DEC. 3
COPTIC DEC. 10
From Vancouver an Victoria, B. C.
(For Urlshane and Sydney.)
AORANOI OCT. SO
MOANA NOV. 2.1
MIOWEHA DEC. 21
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
H. H4CKPIBLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
t Canadian -Austral. an Royal Mail
Steamers of tbo above line, running In connection wlt.i the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between nncouver. 11. C and Sydney, N.S.tV..
and calling at Victoria, 11. C, Honolulu and llrlsbnne, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below btated. viz.:
from Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria und Vancouver. II. C.)
MOANA OCT. 23
MIOWEHA NOV. 2il
AOi.iNc;i DEC. IK
MOANA JAN. 15
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States nnd
Europe. For Freight and Passage r.nd all general Information, apply to
Thco. H. Da vice & Co.. Ltd., GcnM Aftcntw.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
i NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
'8. 6. AM ERIC AN, 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
iMd at PUGET 80UND about 8EPT. 1 for HAWAIIAN PORT8.
Freight received at Company's wl arf, 42nd Street, South Brooklyn at
all times. For further particular!), apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Atlantli City, N. J., Oct. 0. A solid
wiili of RnuO pipl eathvred this ntt
ernoon on the west side of Young's
ocean pier to hid lion vovaiio to Cap
lain William Andrews una his brldo
of a few wceits as thoy started on
their long Jonrnej across tho Atlantic
mean In a fourtciu.foot boat, sloop
tigged, called the Dark Secret.
Tin- Milling time, was fixed nt 4
o'clock but It ai half an hour later
when Mr v.nilrevvc wenrlug n blut
suit tnitl it blue nehtlng up, novo In
sight She was sitting !n thy stern
of a jaw I rowed by Captain John
Young owner of th pier The Dark
Seciet lay ut anchor Utty leet west
svnrd of the plr
If there was an) -.paetatIon of ev
eltemi'iit oi enthusiasm Captain An
diews and his wife must hnvo been
illsnpiMilntiel. Not a ound wns hrnrd.
The net an vvns calm as a. lul.c, with
u stiff breeze from the- northeast. The
captain and his wife shook linndH with
Captain iouiii und wnvee an adieu to
those on th pier. The anchor was
then rnls-d and without a cheer tint
Dnik Si-ctet headed southward, and
when clear of (he outer end of tho pier
tinned nnd Matted up the const o
wind llrlgantlne ll-aob, almost south
enst. This course Is to be held until
the Azores BR- leached. '
Mis. Andrews' mother, who object- j
I'll III HIT MIIUI1S. Ml!1) Ill MUttll UJUufiV
Recorded October 14, 1901.
L. Vnsconeellos et al. to Koun Hii.
gar Co.. Ltd.; tense, fifty-font strip
of land fur railroad, North Konu, Ha
waii, llfty )curs nt ft. Hook 22, pat
?00. Dated Augnsl 21, 1!W1.
Recorded October 15, 1901.
Yeoiig Young to Lee Ding; lease;
portion R. P. 'JIM, Kill. .IISX nnd build
tng, wnK'hii, .taui; ten yenrs nt zio
Dook 22R, page 201. Dated October 2,
United Chinese Society to City Mill
Co.. Ltd.; Iiase.; portion Kul. 17, Ku
puukolo, Honolulu. Oahu; thirty )cars
at 9i. Hook 228, page 2U2. I rutin .u
gust 22. ll'OI.
Akoloka (ullas Tah Look) to HMiiau
Drutheis, uddltlonul ihaige; base
hold, Moanulua, Oahu; f2nnn Hook
221!, page 41.3. Dated October 15, 19ul.
Recorded October 16. 1901.
L. 11. Medelros and wife to Knsu
C. Hllva: deed; lot IT, bloik R of
Grant 3100, Kinait street, Honolulu,
Onhu. f.'iUU, etc. IlOok 220, pngc 371)
Dated October IS.
S. K, Kami and wife to Frnticli
MlirtlliH; deed, Kill. "Ifill. ivoloii. Km
ual, f2li. Hook 221, page 3"o. Dated
September IS. IS93.
Kiiloiioltaluul to Mrs. Sarnh Wnlpn!
deed; tuo-f 'Vcnths liiteict In It. P.
22.1U, Kul. 2V", Knhalmi. Koo1aiiioko,
Oahu; $100. Hook 125, pngo .171. Dat
ed October 15. 1901.
Wm. Item) to John Wntfcon and
wife: release; piece hind, Kaneohe
Koolnupoko. Onhu; flf.n, I look 180,
page Itft. Dated October II, lftde. ,
Recordca October 17, 1901,
Chus. II Atherton und wife to Trus
ties of Oahu College, mortgage; lots
1 and 2, block 7. College Hills. Ho
nolulu. Oahu; WM. one-hnlf April,
lniil. one-hair April I9"t, nt fi per cent
pu'unniim. Hook 22. pnge rr, 1 Put
ed October IB, 1901.
The District Committees of the Ho
public n patty are getting together
foi ctle vork. The executive loin
mlttee of the Fourth District met yes
terdaj afternoon and endorsed Oil. J.
Walter .lonei hs u mi mlier of the Ter
rltorlal committee In view of the pro
posed Iih rouse of the tneinberslilp of
that bod), 11 matter whlih will be dis
cussed nt 11 meeting to be held cm the
2Sth Inst. It Is mule rstoocl on good au
thority that John iJine Is the cholcn
of the I'lflli District. This work on
the part of the district committees has
been done In order that the Interest!
of the two dlKtrtctH ma be pioteited.
Whittle- Hie- Tcirltnrliil committee de
cides to ItiiTciise Its nieinlieishlp li)f
two men or t.ot, Is a tpiestlon that doc
rot linmeill.itely com em the district
committees. All tin) hae done Is to!
enitorse the men of their choice In or-1
dcr to In read) In pic nt) of time.
t'udc 1 a recent ili'clslon by tho
Trensury Di'liarlnietit. mastem ami
mates of sailing essels nnd barges
of cner 100 tons are not entitled to
act as such on sailing Acvsels uor
70" tons not rarr)lng pasxengeis.
The ileelklon In full Ih as follcmk:
OctobiT 1. IDOL
Hlr: This Department Ih In tecclpl
on the pier we-plng. as her daughter ',.',. ,.mmllnl(.aton ot ihv
sailed. Mie bid her .lM.ghter nn uffec 1 ',, , hlrh rof,.rnng to t
for the Dark P.. ret Captain An K m,! .Uli-f
ug to the act
I, 50S, "lecjlllllug IUUS
mutes of still WsklU of
"","" - "" ""-'" ,vu '" "V- ener Too tons, nnd all other -.esauls
an hoar, and reaching tbe Azores with , b r m,., , , ,lUrilHn
In eight weeks. H-- --prti to go ,,.UPrl, ,,,..,.,. r.ir hlr..." inn
M.....n , ..p. ;-- ...... -...
fioni there to PalOi. ."siA'a
RACE NEXT YEAR
I Kew Vnrk 11 t 0. Sir Tli'mi. !.lrv
ton had the tlrt diy of absolute rest
tuday that he lia eiijojed sluee his ur-
I rival. Win n asked aboul Lis plans for
I the near future he .ald
"Afler the dinner at the Nmw York
Yacht Club on Tne-dny night I huve a
number of InOUtion to various clubs.
but I baH not jet derided -which I
shall beihle to adept, us my time Is
limited. 1 shall go to Chicago as tho
guest of tb ctilef-o AthMie Club on
Tuesday of next week, le&Tlng here
Momla) tor that place. It In not like
ly the Shamrock will remain In com
mlhslou. I am very sorry she did not
win ut least one race. However, I am
going to five Captain Sycamore and
I the crew of the Shamrock a banquet
' It will piokibly be on Thursdny night.
I I feel that they hai dune tbelr best
to make the boat win."
1 From another soune it was learned
that there Is a hope on board the Erin
and .Shamrock that nnother nice for
the Americas cup may be arranged to
! sailed next ynr. If this can In
vnn pan iin it nnwi"('i"miii'4'"''; m tn shamrock
IUU UAH LIU 11 llUII iIH be l.il.l up In New York for the
auk "If a muster or mate1 holding only
a license to act In sued capacity "xjii
et.sels of oer inn timn. can lug pas
se ngers for hire, can under that II
cetme art 111 like capacity on cssels
oer 700 tons whn not carrying pas
sengers for hire"
In reply. )ou arc Informed that as
distinctly different forms of licenses
are required upon sail vessels of 700
tons am) oer from those Issued to
masters and mates of ensels and
barges of 100 tons and oter, carrying
passengers for hire, persons holding
masters' and mates' licenses forthe
vessels last described could not act
on sail vessels of 700 tons and upwnid,
except after passing successfully (he
examination required of ollleors of
such vessels, and halng their licenses
iiulotsed by the local inspectors to
that etTeet. O. L. UPAULDINO.
.Mr. WM. II. THOHNI.I'Y, Sun Pran
Washlngtiiu, 0(1. S. A lepolt bill
l.ei u ii'i-rhvi! b) ('omiiilslonir of In
tvin.il Revenue Yerke s In legnrd to the'
registration of Chinese residents ot'
the Hawaiian Islands, which was com-'
pie ted to last June. The total number, o
riglileied. JS.M.'i, exceeded tbeestlmat- Cl
ed Chinese population by about I'nnii,
There wile 17.IS2 on the Island ot
Oahu. !'")' tit whom were found In the
rlt, of Honolulu, but as litany persons
trnwh-il to the capital of the Islands
to be nglstereil the tlgurcs tor tli.it
place ate not nc curate as showing per
manent lesldeiitH. The others werd
dlstrlbilHd as follows Island of (la
wall. Mil; Island of Kauai. :IIIS; is!
ami or Mnul. litis, mid Island of Mulo-1
kal. ::.;. I
The total expense s iniioiinleil to $21.-1
'.i;i. or 72' i eents for each pet sun
iiitiAiiMi hini i
l!i .S POLO FIELD
' The coiniiili-slouen) of Kaplolani
Park held a metiiig .Mstercla). Among
other things discussed was the request i
of the Honolulu Polo AssCH'latlon thut
till) be nlloweil to use the enclosure at t
the I nee tiack us n polo Held. Tin
tliifti-i'H pasM'il Hie following resolu
lion giuVIng lb" permission, request
Resohed. That permission be grunt
set to the Honolulu Polo Association to
use the ground enclosed In
ci dr. Mclaughlin offers a
I '' H PiaVBi2 r
'' n i .m-mmr
1 1 w
PERMANENT CURE OR NO PAY.
Happing the vigor of outh from ttx;
bod) of the unfortunate sufferer; eat
ing away his courage, ambition and
happiness day by day; causing him
pain nnd languor; making him Uri-d at
night, worse In the morning, and rca
dcrlng his life miserable In gemraL
this terrible malady goes on, and there,
la no cure for It except the surgron'a
knife or KLt'CTRICITY. Which will
DR. MeL-AUGHLIN'S ELECTRIC
BELT CURE8 OR NO PAY. X
I guarantee nn absolute cure by my Z
new method You lee only to wear 4
my Hell while loll sleep, with special I
nttnehment carr)lng the glowing nir- J
rent direct to the parts, washing oat J
the stagnant blood restoring vigorous J
tin illation and now strength. It Is p
positive cure ' '
"Dr. Mclaughlin's Kite trie llelt -ar-
ed mc ot Varicocele und weakness of 4)
ten ears' standing I shall always If 1
grateful for It " LOUIS KOSCALIXA. X
Mokelumne Hill, California. T
CAUTION) Don't accent Imitations ed my llelt. All Imlta- a
tlons hum and blister when they have any current at all. Call and I
test ni) Hilt flee or semi for free book with full Information. It tli T
tell iiu If von have varicocele. Inclose this ad. f
o Dr. H.G. McLaughlin,
7UU Mnrkct St..
"' - i '' ....-'-. n
MCtiKlikBkHPH BBH kvHHIal
'jVHik!9 9-h fr IIIIICi
At the er.trarioft
to the Fjmout
lao Villcv, JL-J
r.sy access u
volcano In the,
ISLAND OF MAUI.
A T. HAC.BNKAMP. Maniitjer.
WORK OF PACIFICOS
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
1 Located in the Famous Coatlnga Oil
.Mnntl.i Ort .- Mnjor Morrin (V Fields of California.
.. .. l.n Vl..l. 1'iilln.l Cttiff.u In.1
I IMIUJ 111 IIH1 .111111 "H'lt " "
fun trr. who liHK rt'ltirnl hon from
ti.L nt- r. t.nlit. tlAtil iitwm tli fttltnu '
lllll I !! I'lM'l 11" l't( ("4 - ..---
Jn.mr unJll Itftlllllill-'.l t lit (111 1)1 f()rO
1 i 11 iiiiii ( nui- r-t-n." ..-- t
he rare .. ,liMIt,.r to Comp.inv C He sa)k
Caiitaln Connell had been warned and!
.,.,...... 1 . - . .... .....
nig coniiiiinus. vi. - tsia-il taken wliat lie tJiujor nsimi
1. That nil levelling, tilling and other ( , (ini,(, r,.,i .very praiitlon.
change necessary to prepare the saU ) iiifonnatlon that the plot was brew-
grnund for a polo field, and also 1111 jnK ,wm(, to Major I'oote through 11
priest, who said It was the Intention
Proven oil lands, completely snr
rounded by as rich nil producing vrrlln
us there aro lu tho State, jleldlng frum
JO to :;0 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at the Cwl-
lng. wells, .0 cents per barrel.
With twenty-nvu producing wella of
inn barrels each per day, yon caa
mnku )our own calculation M tn
Tbo oil industry of California U tn
its infancy, yet many fortunes' sate
been made by judicious and lucky fe-
vi'stmentH In oil stock. Many mora
CROSS THE CONTINKNT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
, FROM PORTLAND.
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-carto).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
H. LOTHROP, General Agent.
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
I). W. HITCHCOCK. General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery, St., San Francisco.
. U LOMAX. O. P. St T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
Honolulu Rapid Transit
and Land Company.
School Children's Tickets
HalMnre school children's tickets
may be purehnsed fiom the conductors
1 on the curs, or nt the eompany's ofllco
on Alapnl street. These will be good
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 $8.
winter. She Is at yresent in the Krlo
Heiolili Office, 315 Fort St.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for cur message
Hawaiian Tramway's Tine
KIMi STRrtT LINE.
CUi iM.ve Walklkl lor town at - ej. 6 ij, 6 j A
asd cverry is uinulet llwrfMrr til ic 41, utrs al4
li eve M. from Waklklc'iloitie runatuiu btaMes,
Can leave R Kanee or Pawaa iwlccb for town al
S jlA.M. an4 every ii lalnulellhirealter till ii.oie.M
Cart leave Fori and Klne- streeti corner tor l-alama
at6.io A.M. anJ every if minutes afler till li ev
Can leave for Palama only at - ani j.lo A M
Can leave Palama for Walkikl s iv V M.arieer
itmlnuMttill anHM. trwn at cv.tv ani ia av P.H
Then ive.H from Palama lor Punatiou only oev
lo Walkikl on SaturJai
Can leave i-oit an ' Klnir lueeei comer foi Kill
Ian2e at S'" anJ i vu A.M.
Cart leatef-ortan Klni; ttrecia corner tor Waik.kl
at 6 cj A.M. anaeveiy tv mlnulei till loocM, M then at
lo.uand HMPM. Ihr li is i kiki to walkikl
Cait leave Punahou Statle fur town at l l- ani
for Ton ani Vallev al 3 o $ 50 t 10 10 b 10 1 ani
Care leave OahJ College forlorn ani alli- at
ft )o 6 so ani tioai ani ever) 10 mimiiet till to 10
P.M. exrerl the even hour ani half, houi eavit thkli
run from the stable
Cattleave Nuuanu Vallev al 6 10 o jo 6 ju A, in
NATURirb PROVISION TOR MAN
When Suture designed man sho
provided nmplo things for hla presur
vatlon. Man an Intended to live nnd
be healthy on vegetation; that was
the natural way. The only way to be
healthy or to regain lost health Is
by using nature's remedy and great
blood purifier Klckapoo Indian Sag-
I wa. This Is tho great Indian reme
I dy, taken direct from nature's uncrr
' Ing laboratory. It Is made of simple
j hcrlis, roots and barks, and always
acts naturally. It searches out the
I disease; finds tho cause, of It; slays
I It, ami lestores ths body to a normal
t ly luMlthly condition. If your liver Is
sluggish, drowsy, or inactive; if your
heart doesn't pump right, palpitate,
thumps, poinetlmea vigorously; nnd
Bometlinea faintly; If your bowels ur
Innctlve, or overactive; If your atoi
ach falls ou; if your kidneys full to
net naturally, theru la Bill help fo
von If )oii will take Klckapoo In
dian Sagvva. Vein must act quickly
Disease is progressive; you must slop
It nt once. It'-kapon Indian Sagwa
will do It Hobrou Ihug Co., agents
for the Klck'apcv) Indian Reaiedles.
There will he no services at the
Catholic Cathedral this evening. On
Siitidn) morning at fl o'clock theiewlll
be a celebration of the mission ma hi
by Father Magevney. "Ilph mass ill
loisn and vcpers, sermon by Fathei
Iloarman, Papal blessing nnd llene.
d'ctlon of the Sacrament at ii.lO p. 111
Ibis will be the concluding sen Ice 01
On Mond-i) morning at '. 7 and 'I everything Is settled.
o clock memorial masses for the re-
pose of the souls of the inputted lehi
lives or friends of the members of the"
c icgrcgstlon will he celebrated.
Fathers Mugevncy nnd lion-man will
le-ivc next ". uesdn) by the Klnaii for
Lahiilnn and Walluku.
are of the same nei'essnry to Veep it
In older, be nt tin- ejpenf-" of the said (if the natives to nttnrk the garrison
polo sssoclatlo'ii. frm a point tn the rear of the bar-
2. That the llagstaff be moved nt the)' rsc,s. Orders were Immediate'!)- given
raireuse 1,1 p.,mi p,.iu n... ,.,,... in iipmoiisn me cock mi. '.m 1... .. i .. ..... ..,..
such other point on the park grounds TUcr ,9 (Pnse feeling throughout TJlu HT,.raK,. udvanco on orlglnai
ss may be Indicated by the i-ominbt- tm. nrmy because of tne massacre. hulcil of i ftork in twenty leadUn
6lllnrl, 'which would not be the case to any companles In California haa b
n. That the rtnlil groiinds be kept lu Bm.j, ,.xtint had It been the work of from j, to $108 per shnre.
order by the said polo association and r,)nur). insurgenis. i.e latter might OH lands havu advanced from tiS
the same shall not be used with such I nin(. ,,.,, expected to commit such nn to $1,000 and $2,000 per aero
fri-nueiic) as tn Injure the grass and 1 outrage. ' When tho I'arlfic Union Olt Coov-
turf growing on tne ground. reeling Is particular!) Intense lu pnny hiiB a number of producint-wells
4. The tiBe of said grounds shall bs miitur) drcli-s. because the authors of on Its property. Its smelt will have
subject to the supervision and general' ,ni. niaKKH.r(.h were paelllcas. most of U" same show for even greater acf.
...mtrol of the park commission. ,,, ,,,, ,akc.n . ,ltll . allegiance June. f'om1" "" h' .hau """
- .n. .. ..i.i .na inuiin.1 r- . . .... .-,,. i irotn $1 to il.oUO per snnro.
. , .,. ,..,, .T. ........ ...... ,, mI1I1, or wnoiu, inciu.iing cue r s- . .. . 0 Comwuly D
Ideiite nf llallnglga were actually mini- kn,.tieA offleers. and Is eontrolled
Heel to members of said association.
h. I His permission to lie sui.jici "M tnc mies. .... ...nt.. -entlrmen nt Inteerltv.
revocation at nn) time upon nolle , Hl)m nf t)ll. ,.,,,,,( of the affair are w'ho , Ht,0 lhe money derived
from the t-nnimlsslnn to tin- said -, utrvmly shown at mail) points, par- ttmn i),0 hav 0( Btock will b Icgttl
chitloii. I tlciilarl) ut Haitian und Caloian. In the nmtel) applied lo the development tr:
i lie eoiiouions iiaioeii in me rrmmi
tlou had iilreud) been siibniitted tn ih
polo bci)H nnd ngrei'il to b) them befors
the ailoptlou of the resolution so that
Catholic Full nnd Lnou.
....... , II ....... . ..n.l Xfui.lln
. IIII, ,11111. Ill lllllllK..a MMU ...n,l.(M
I where illsiilfeetton Is manifesting It For further Information, npply lo 3.
i self allhough It Is not llkcl to Is- nl- II. FIflHKIl A CO.. Stock and Road
1 lowed to go far Urokers. nnd Hawaiian agentH for the
1 On tin other hand, the ollher and sulo of a limited amount of 1-adOr
1. ,,..,.. ,.l ,.ll ll,.. ,.,.rrlu. Ihr,.linllnu UlllOtl IJII UOmpany SVOCK. -'li-
tb.. urch lago fe.1 that the disaster building. Merchant irtroeL
DEATH ON THK lAKA.
At a mietlug of the former pupils c-0nve)s a lehson to themselves of tne
and fi lends of the Catholic Convent of lice esslt) for iucieahiil vIkIIiiiu'".
this city jnsterilay, ' prclimtnur) nr-,
rangeiiients for n fair nnd lunu wer ANTI-HALOON LEAGUU.
made. The lunils to be derived from, .
the fair and hi.au will go toward the)' Dr. L. M. llnitley wishes nil those In
pii)iiiful of expenses In e onnectlon . frreste-d In the work of tbe Antl-Kalnnrt i
with the crcolloiuaf the convent build-, Tx-ngiie to know the otllcers anil corn-
Juan lllmeuez, a I'orto lllcan labor- Ing. now In process of construction, mltti cs engngeel In the work. He hnf '
cr on enu sicniuer e.ny oi iiirn iiiiii ui i cm nig eveni viu uinr mvv mi .n- mereiore piilillflieil me rolio'ting list; i
consumption this morning at to clock, veniber .10. It Is. very piobable that. Rev. L. M. Hnrtley, Huperlntendenl
The remains were turned over to uu- the elrlll sheil will be semred fot th Trusliis- Hon J. II. Atherton, Hon
dertaker II. H. Williams for burial. affair p c Jones. .1 1. Cooke
' Ofllcers Thco. Richards, president;
Rev (i, L. Pearson, 1st vice president;
Mrs .1 11 Whitney. 2d vice president:
Franklin II. ustlii, IM vlte president,
Richard It. Trent, seeiet.iry; Hon .1. H
. Atherton, treasurer.
1 Committee s- Agitation -W. K Ag-
I bill, Mrs, Castle Coleman, llnnry C,
flrown Legislation-Rev. W I). Wea
tcivelt. Rev. Win M. Kliuiild. Rnv.
Abrntn K. Cory Rev W II Rice Law
i I'nforcenient W C Weedon, W A.
I Howe n .Major 0 Wood Finance
Rev .1 I', l'rdmaii. W M Templeton,
M tl. Johnson.
LAW HOK ANARv-HY.
for the trnnspormtlon of school MCftirS2Ky&, Punhou'i'
dren up to IT .veins of age In goln; Collcjeat Goj 0 jj nj a m anievry iomlnuieti.il
to and coming Irom bchnol, between
the hours of 7':i" mul fl:!' a. m.. and
,t and 2 30 p. m. ou regular school
C. C. Bal.cntvne.
li3olm Mgr II. R. l. & I.. Co.
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
alter till u is P.M. Alter that the car, run tti the
Stable up ton soP.M.whlchltthelavtcar from Town,
leaching the StaHe al njJ p M.
O R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1 1890.
and every other kind,
from any condition
or causes yields Im
Standard remedy tor C'eet,
Conortticea and Runnlnni
IN 48 HOURS. Cum Kid-
rwy (aid Bladder Iroublei.
I a Mill .
gahuki ... .
ev. Sin UAILV el. hun
A.M AM. A vt.
I'.M I' t
New York, Ott. ti. Former Sena
tor David II Hill In im nrtlele Just
ilbllslied In l'sllo'h Weekly tells
ibout the Jallnie In Is?' of pruliosed
Icglslnlliin lu t'ongiesh for tho exclu-1
slon of alb n aiian lilhts and for t!a
depoi'lutlon of those who had already
eniered lliltt. country, nenator Hill
was I'hulriiiaii id the Immigration com
mltteii mul whs strongly in favor of
siieh ii law. The bill passed the cieu
ato but Inib d to pass tho House of
Itepn seiitiitlvi s .
Hi-nnlor Hill sa)s that It was not bo-
eaiise the mujorlty of tno inemlieis of
he Ileiiisi' weie opposed to tho geneial
iirliii'lples ot the bill, hut because It I
J " iieac hi il tluit bod) luto 111 tho session
" wlii'ii llieie v ih u rush of business
. laud n sliigh objection provented the
. liiieiisuie lion i onilng up for a vo o
The re vies a hitch botween tho llnusci
and the K nuti iih to whither tho an-!
4aalalaM', (7J- -V' ! IVIIrVi
Pii, - It"-1
fi. J Vt w
l.AIIV fill IV I)4IL
X VI II Al t tl I
. ' tJ, At hlHte hhotiid ho t'.xutnlin'il liy ron
l C. SMITH. Oen'l l'ass. ft Ticket Agl,
O. P. DBNISON, Stiporlntendent
4io siilnr agi nls or tnvisury agmits
1 " iiihtiMil. ilov;cvcr, bo declares that
',., such ei;lhlat!on must bo passed liv I
.' iCoiigii-ss 111 llii! near future. He pro-
cllits that ttiH next Congress will take
up the matter. I
l have ud Gessler'a Ma-;Io Headachs Wafers for over five years,
and not In one Instance have they failed, I can cheerfully recommend
the nto all who suffer lt!i headache or neuralgia.
,n Mrs. E. Wolherspoon. 2123 South SI.. Philadelphia. Pa.
Contain no harmful substances of any kind. They aro positively
helpful to nerves and system. Sold by all drucglstn at l"k. and 25c.
a box ifour times as many In the 25c. box.) Iho genuine are put
up In tablet form only. Avoid powders put up In cachets (made ol
caste) because such covers warp open, spoiling the powder and when
damp sre wormy. Cessler's Magic Headache Wafers are guaranteed
to euro absolutel In 20 minutes or return parti used box to drueclst
and ho will return full amount.
POCKET A BOX.
Mas cicMlcr, Ph. C, Milwaukee, WU.
im 0mnoottratmti OrojM
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ANEMIA, P00RNE88 OF BtSW
LOIS OF COLOUR,
lllaeaia1 lacMla PreauaslMi
I by lao Laaitlnf FareMaa)
, ofaJlCououtam i
lit U Ut Tnxt tmt Smt
voM aer cjoifiaAaa.
11m, met ltlrkm flu T.ai
' mmmm hrin. ImiaI.
naif m .u.t mm. i.i, 0r la
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ivo Roe Lafayette Paeu
iyaoie al lawa
HART & CO.,
niE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
I In- Ice Cream and H .iter Ices
t-itocolatts .nut Confections.
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATBOU
Night watchmen furnished for'nulM-
Ings, business property und roBldi-ncca.
Iliillders will do well to consult Hove-
ers In regard to -antebmen.
Notice Is hereby gtren that the peut
1,1-rshlp existing between J. W. Soboe"
nlng and S. I Stewart Is -now dissolv
ed I V Kc hoi nlng will continue) the
business In the name of tho Motor
Ciirrlngc iV Machine Co. 1967-lw
.1 -- . -J
California Oil Stockst
307 Qtangenwald Building.
Wo tho agents for thu following Oil
HOrKCKCI.I.HK Oil. CO., selling tr.
."fi ci'iith per shiirei. '
OC'CIDKNTAl. vHt. CO. (ewmbici:
pliinl selling ati'0 cents per,
share. , '
rfl'l.l'ill It C'ltKKK 1.01I1UCATIC
OH, CO. selling nl 10 reuU p.-r
Kl. iil'.V ill. CO. at ID couta xvr .
Oil Stocks pay nn nn uverugu an j-mo.1 j
us sugar plantations; homo of them nrvj
known to pay C.u per tent a )nar. "Noa
Is the tliiio to buy, before tho prices J
tiro rnlsed. Tho nbovu rmnpar)lcs arrl
bona liaise ones, nnd not vvlldcnls.
Circ ulars niniled on application
JUDD & CO., Ltd
P. O. BOX NO. 667.
HiihlncHX Aiiui'm Lunch
rhe best In the city: ir.ioa.m. osp.m.
rrmM)" for tonn
WhltM. UAhilural -M1
I rharxiw. or kit uHthj-wa--
1 tlOQ, IirlUUuB lit BkVaTaV-
rrfl MbMfuia, tloa u( muceui nncm-
lor .viit In fla mrtrnv
gm I ! !"-
laek C'UCJOiao .H
"eaaiBBV a . bibT
by oiprtwa, prteaaJ, Ut
II (O. or SUillIca, tin.
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