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KVRNINf, RIILUSTIN. HONOLULU. H. T., MONDAY, OCTOBER 21. Ml.
Lint of 1 ravel.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
ROM SAN FRANCISCO.
BONOMA OCT. 13
ALAMEDA NOV. 0
VENTURA" NOV. 20
ALAMEDA NOV. 23
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
ALAMEDA OCT. 2J
VENTURA OCT. 29
ALAMEDA NOV. 19
SIERRA NOV. 19
ALAMEDA DEC. 4
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 Ban Francisco to all points In the United Btates, and from New
York by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL A0ENT8 OCEANIC S. . CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Bteamtra of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the datee below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
The fiLVS! Md RULESTATETRANSJlCTIONSiADRIfT AMIDST ICE
'"""; " ""
Dealere In real eetate, kana, mort
gages, etc. Agents New Hampshire
Fire Insurance Company.
General Business and Financial Bro
Offlcee Rooms 3 and 4, Memtyre
building.; P. 0. Box 242; Phone
COPTIC OCT. 22
AMERICA MARU . .. OCT. ?0
PEKING NOV. 7
OAKL1C NOV. 14
HONGKONG MARU NOV. 28
CHINA NOV. 30
DORIC DEC. 10
NIPPON MARU DEC. 18
GAELIC OCT. 22
HONGKONG MARU NOV. 1
CHINA NOV. D
DORIC NOV. 19
NIPPON MARU NOV. 2
PERU DEC. 3
COPTIC DEC. 10
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. . 8. 8. CO.
H. H4CKFIBL0 & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mall
Steamers of the above line, running In connection witu the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. U. C, and Sydney, N.B.W.,
and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Brisbane, are DUE-AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below stated, it.:
t-rom Sydney and Briebane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver. D. C.)
MOANA OCT. 23
MIOWEHA NOV. 20
AOuaNOI DEC. IK
MOANA JAN. IS
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
Europe. For Freight and Passage r.nd all general Information, apply to
Theo. HDavIcCo..Ltd., GcnM Agent.
From Vancouver anj Victoria, B. C.
(For Brlsbano and, Sydney.)
AORANOI". . ..' .....OCT. 26
MOANA NOV. 21
MIOWERA DEC. 21
TWO BIMU CANES
Two games of baseball were played
on the Maklkl recreation grounds Sat
urday afternoon. In the first one, the
competing teams being the Costom
House and E. O. Hall teams, the for
mer won by a score of 13 to 9. Eliton
caught well tor the Custom Mouse
tram In'Oorman's'placeKlMa'a eurves
for the Hall team caused no trouble ob
the part of the Custom House men
The score by Innings was as follows:
Custom S 10 0 0 4 2) 013
E. O. Halls 10223109 0-1
Tho second game was between the
Police and Capitols. The former were
favorites, notwithstanding the fact thil
Leslie was not In the game as catcher
and Joy had to take his place. Duncan
Inetrumente Filed for Record Oeto-
ber 19, 1901.
Kamai-As. ... ...l. CHARLES SEYMOUR SPENT
iiBQinu ougnr vu., a.iu. niexanuer
c llaldwm Agrt.
Ching Kon Lin F. J. Raapozo D.
Admr. Ksiato M. Ilarotio it al. M.
J. Dorgos Agrt.
oong AhncTew-oSgng::::::D- Marvelous Experience Along Bleak
A. Laullma D. P. Iioo'apa, tr....D.
D. P. Hoolapa, tr. Woodlnwn Fruit
Instruments Filed for lecord Octo
ber 21J 1901.
M. McCann Wm. Hennlng L.
V. Hennlng Bismarck Stables Co.
W. T. Robinson Wm. Hennlng.. L.
w. Hennlng Bismarck Siahles Co.
MONTHS ALONE ON SHIP
Shores of Behring Sea
Saved By' Indians.
Ban Francisco, OcL 11. Few men
hnve had such trying experiences along
A.L. the bleak shorts of Alnska and Siberia
E. Lynch Kallchu D. and the rough waters of Uehrlng wa
liarrao A. Dapilsto D. befell Charles Seymour of Portland.
J. Estrclla Wm. Estrclla D. tip rrlvp,t from llnrilnnkn nn Werfncs-
Baptlste M. Branco
Nalllma mio Mercantile
dny In the steamer Dora, nnd will Iom
Ltd. ... ! , ... ...7.7..;....C.M. no ,lme ln "timing to his home. Last
5 ear Seymour left Puget sound with
three men ln the little schooner lma
lama for Ungu. Upon nrrhlng there
Seymour paid oft tho men, and, except
his dog, vas alone In the vessel, when,
on November 20lh, a nor..iwcst gale
sprang up and canned the schooner to
drag her anchor. To bvo himself
Seymour put to sea, nnd for the suc
ceeding two and a halt months drlttcd
tbout In Uehrlng sea. New nnd then,
there was an opportunity to make n
Inndlng, but the coast was barren and.
un'nvltlng, and Seymour kepi on
San Francisco, Oct. 9. The fifty- The situation beenrae wo'se when a
second annual communication of the heavy sea carried av y tlit Iinalama'a
Masonic Grand Lodge of California rudder htad. For twenty-seven days
.nnvnnui ,Atrrin mm-nlnc nr thp Ma- thereafter the scnoner was helnlessly
did his best In the box for a cnnpU of ,,, T,mpi0 under y,,, mogt favorable drifting In tho curr its. By going over
Innings and then Chllllngworth re- nllBni-p(1 nnrt ..h the lareest attend- tho side. Seymour finally repaired tho
lleed him, making a mnch battel .,- , ,h. ,i.nr ,, nrHpr In tho schooner suOlcleutlv to steer It. but
California Jurisdiction. When Grand
Master James A. Foshay called the
Grand Iodge to order there were near
ly 400 delegates In attendance, repre-
J. S. Canada A. Lawrenco Rel.
C. 8. Desky F. do S. Padro Cura.D.
An Yuen ft al. L It. Crook D.
Gdn. Alona and Afc Chip ot al. I
It. Crook D.
Iac Lung Keo et al. C. Q. Yee Hop
Kaualoku Ah Man L.
Knnuamo Onomca Sugar Co . ...M.
T. C. W. Poole and wlfo A. V.
A. V. Chllllngworth ct al. J. C.
Cluney , M.
GRAND LODGE HH8HI0N.
Takes the Life eat ef a Man.
Have Yei Got It?
Nearly every man has Varicocele
worn or less. The evidence of It Is
a swelling of the volns, a dragging
sensation when standing, a pain In the
hack, extreme nervousness, and a gen
era! exhaustion of tho Are and vitality
which Is the.portlon of youth. Thotn
ar thousands of 'half men," made so
Dr. McLaashUi's Electric Belt
Cures Varicocele Tho "Dr. McLaugh
lin method," used In treating this mal
ndy, allow 8 no chanco of failure. It
cannot fall. Mvo thousand say It cur
ed them. So will you. Art today, its
each day this dlscaso Is sapping tho
very blcxxl.otit of your body,
I guarantee a cure If I say I can
cure. I don't ask any onu to tako
chances on my intention. It doesn't
cost you anything If I fall.
If sou are tired of treatments tba. ..,1, I want you to study my
plan, nnd when ou see how kenslhlf it Is, come and try It. Call and
seo tho now McLaughlin Bel, and let mo explain how I cure, If you
can; or, If not, write for'the tree book, telling about Varicocele.
Dr. M. G. McLaughlin, lnan
record. There is no doubt at all that
the Police were very much crippled
The game was the first game to the
ircdlt of the red uniforms. The score
by Innings was as follows;
1 2 3 4 6 7 3
Capitols 41102101 010
Police 0 0000 11003
loon his supply of water ran short
In severely cold weather and undo
great difficulties he reached a little
port about fifty mltci Bouth of Atka,
sentlng the 271 subordinate lodges of on tho Siberian const, but In trying to
the entire Jurisdiction. The Masonic get Inshore among thick rushes the
ritual, with tho rendition of the an- schooner struck a rock and began to
Ihumu nnil tivnina hv thn nimrtpt. mfliln lpftk. HfmOtir. with tile Small tlOflt
The standing of the clnbiJa now u ,he openlng of the Grand Lodge very carried by tho schooner, carried all Mi
Hall. Son ...
PROTECTION FOR AUHTRALM.'
Impressive. Grand Master Foshay then
delivered tho annual address, which
occupied the remainder of the morning
session. In It he referred to tho ex
ceptional prosperity of tlie past year,
the Increase In membership of 1200,
the Institution of new .odgts, Includ
ing one In the Philippine Islands, with
provisions nnd supplies to a big rock
that seemed to be above high tide, and
then pulled for the shore. The skiff
capsized and Bejmour wns nearly
drowned. With his dog he finally
reached land, nnd the skiff was drlv"
up on the beach. He dug a house In
the snow, expecting to umko himself
At the er.trance
to the Famoui
lao Vallev. and
easy access to
volcano In the
for Tourists (W
a tendency of extending the California fairly comfortable, but upon returning
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWECN
NIW YORK AMD HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
. 8. AMERICAN, WX tons. Sailed.
CS. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail to sail OcL 15.
0.8. CALIFORNIA, WOO tons, sailed from NEW YORK June 16; wilt
i at PUOET SOUND about SEPT. 1 for HAWAIIAN PORTS.
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South Brooklyn, at
t ( all times. For runner particulars, apply to
General Ffetftit Agent, H. HACKFELD &. CO., Ltd.
" AGENTS. HONOLULU.
Melbourne, Oct. S. In tho Federal
House of Representatives today thu
commonwiatth tariff bill was Introduc
ed by. Charles 'Cameron -Klnxeton.
Minister of Trade and Commerce, who
congratulated the House that from
thli moment Iree trade existed among
the States of the' commonwealth.
Mr. Kingston xilained that the ,
new tariff would be on lines of mod- ,...,. . , .,
em protection. It was proposed, hu Washington, OcL i. The Commls-
said .to raise the necessary revenue, ' sioner or Navigation in ins quarterly
Cy. 000.000, as follows: 2,100,000 report, shows that ,i3' xtuls of hII
from customs and excise duties on kinds were built In the United States
A T. HAGHNKaMP. Mnmiger.
ISLAND OF MMJ1.
llernard & Co.'s circus ga0 a mat!
nee and uMnlni: performance on Sat
uiday, on both ocraslons tbo tent bt-
Jurisdiction oer that new territory, for his supplies, which Included powde
nnll nrntaH th, nfflnt a nf Ihn flrnnrl nnri miltehf a. fnnnrl Ihftt thev hnd been
I.odRii for their seal nnd untiring washed off the rock and lost The tag comfortably full, going plainly to
efforts In promoting the Interest of tho schooner had by this time become h JLffihSffin helroriS
INCREA8R IN 8HIPS.
wrtck. For over two months Seymour,
while watting to be picked up by some
passing vessc.1, remained In that vlrln.
lty, subsisting on fish nnd nn occa-
tho greatest satisfaction to their pre
vious putrona. In ract, It nas uecomo
qulttt an Institution, and appears o
have coiuo to stay, as Saturday night's
house qulto equalled that of the open'
aVCSOeS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
PoQaaan Palace Sleepers, Buffet. Smok
ing and Library Can, with Barber
Mop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meala a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent.
IK Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, Oeneral Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St, San Francisco.
. L. LOMAX. O. P. & T. A.,
. 147J Omaha, Nebraska.
Honolulu Rapid Transit
aid Laid Conpany.
School Children's Tickets
Half-fare school children's tickets
may bo purchased from the conductors
on the cars, or at tho company's office
on Alapal street These will bo good
for the transportation of school chil
dren up to 17 years of ago In going
to and coming from school, between
the hours of 7:30 and 9:30 a. m.. and
1 and 2:30 p. m. on regular school
C C. Ballentyne.
lmim Mgr. II. R. 'i'. & L. Co.
YOB CAN DO IT NOW
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the grow except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE IB ,
stimulants and tho remainder from Im
port duties of three classes, fixed, com
poslte, and ad valorem. He estimated
tbat r 2,363.000 would be raised by ad
valorem duties at an average rate ol
18.7 per cenL
Ho also announced that the Govern
ment Intended to introduce a system
of bonuses In order to encourage the
establishment of new industries, espe
cially In the case of locally smelted
Iron and locally made machinery. The
I duties on corrugated and galvanized
iron, Mr. Kingston asserted, would bo
30s per ton and the duty on agricul
tural machinery 15 per cent
MADE GOOD E8C4PB.
London, Oct 10. The wholly nnsut
IsfncUiry situation .In South, Africa
continues to call out ttio most, BOAere
und officially numbered during tbn
thrie months tndlni; September 30,
iruii n . -I .......... 94A ....... ...,,.
o7w'ood and twentyreeM "steel. Th, W" XPttl"' " WtUnWl P"nM-
slonal bird that he was lucky enough, Ing night. Tho clowns 'and acrobatB
to entrap. There wero.Indlans a few!ei'i" to enter Intothclr o', with now
miles away, and be went with a-party,)1- ""ihy ", ' ,lsSlhiM.r
-r i, j... i..j , 4.1.. 'from the little ones 'presenL which,
of them one day overland to Atka. th BbUDdant .ppUug'e. tney merllo-
nhcre he found tho schooner Clial- r0usly recclvod. All are looking fop
icuRe. ii ixuien m uer 10 unnianHs. wanl to the grand cnange oi program
Seymour was In good health through
total gross tonnage was 68,395. Of t'-o
wholevnumber built 261 were built on
the Atlantic and Gulf coasts, one In
Porto Rico, thirty on the Pacific coast,
forty-nine on the great lakes and fifty
two on the Western rivers,
PORE ON ftAILORH.
San Francisco. Oct. . A commuul
This Is nn cation was received yesterday by Hart
Incrcaso over the same quarter of the H. North. United States Commissioner
previous year of eighty-five In 'the of Immigration from James M. Deck.
, ,,, ., . 5. ... -. oa acting Attorney General, defining the
number built, and a decrease of 20JM ....v.,.,- , ,u i,mi,..i u...n
In tho gross tonnage.
TRIED TO CATCH BOTHA.
authority of the Immigration Bureau
over tho movements of alien seamen
landing at this port lly this ruling It
Is within the Commissioner's power to
make such examinations and tako
such precautions as may bo reason
able nnd neress.iry to prevent any
Immigrant, whether ho be a
New, York, Oct. 10. A cable to the
Sun from Pretoria sajs: After llghtlu': nllun
a rrur guard nctlon nga'nst General sailor not. from enteritis this country
.... . . . .... . . - i
Monday night which, la announced In
the advertising columns.
SKY PILOTS LAST ADVENTURF.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coalings Oil
Fields of California.
Proen oil lands, completely a-
rounded by as rich oil producing wells
as there are In the State, yioldlng from
SO to 2G0 barrela per day.
Contract prices tor oil at tho Coal
Inga wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With twenty uvo producing wells of
100 barrels each per day, you caa
nako our own calculation as to
Tho oil Industry of California Is In
Its Infancy, yet many fortunes have
been made by judicious and lucky in
vestments in oil stock. Many more
will by made in the near future.
Tho average advance on original
sales ot oil stock In twenty leadlnc
companies In California baa beea
, Ifrom II to 1108 per share,
Ralph Connor hss never told any-1 0 landH nsv BdvBnced fron, i.jj
thing better than tho last adventure of si ooo and 12.000 per aero.
the Sky Pilot, which appears In "Let- when tho Pacific Union Oil Cora-
He's Monthly." The faithful mil is pany has a number ot producing wolli
hunting for the Pilot In a blinding blbt- on Ub, property, Its stock will have
xard, Into which the Pilot has ventured thu same show for even a creator ad
on nn errand of mercy, only to be ut. vanoy, as some oil stock has advanced
terly lost In tho storm. from II to I1.C00 per sharo.
I. !in " It Mil hold nir on US' lira rnou uuuu uu vvuii,;
feulili Office, 315 fert St.
TBL., MAIN 181.
Messenger u III call for our message
Hawaiiai Tramway's. Tiae
KINO STREET LINE.
Cms lcavt Walklkl for town 1 s it. 6m.(iam
andevtry ismlnuttilhtrftttff 111 1041. 11J1 and
11 jjp M. Iron WaklklKOtotht Putuhou StHi,
Cart Itavt R Ranfr of Pawaa iswlub tor town at
U M. andtvtry 11 mlnulfthrtftllll tt.oH.M
Ut Itavt Fort and Klnr itrtttt corntr for Palava
at 6 10 A M. and tvtry is nlnutti afttr till n't)
Cars Itavt for Palama only at and uoAM,
Cart Itavt Palama tor Walkikl ham. and tvtry
mutts uu 9 4 r m tnm n n " rm
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORT8.
t p m from Hal an lor Punanou only too
to walkikl on aitura-.
I M BBlnut
Cars Itava Fort and King wtret t corntr toi K tit
at 6 05 A J, and vtty 15 minuets titi 10 ok. M then al
. , ... .. ..'" buw'" IH,.wu imi- IVII(,-llil BUIIU1 IIUI. IIU1II VI
IMttoJautoa'''1 K,,c"t,,cr Su,,l,n'' acncr"1 '" Vr r"0,""1,1 a" Inimlnninta en- nm, t,ll0llK lno BUirm cnra0 u10 sound
mat uiucrai noma nas croattcd tliu nti, , i,i,,ir.,, i,iu ,,ini,,i ..,o in. ler It. .An nl en Immlcrnnt nf Ilia nro . . ..
.,.....,,...,,. . w .. vi'Hw.vn ,i -i 111 n iiumi u I miiu m
ard Plel Het.ef. ,t as Impossible to h JK;i".,SSS.,:'i !SIZ ! "Ood In thu midst of
, nuiiograpn owing to mo dull weather,
and It was extremely dlfilcult to cor
rectly tlmo the moemcnts of tho col
limns forming the cordon about Gen
hand, and wo stood il.tcnlng for our " salaried officers, and Is controlled
ll. u imt only ,ho hissing boon, of -WSTSSSSS
the billiard beat upon our cars. , , ,. .. f mln.u ,, ,.,, i.h,i.
"I Btteur I hcaid sonicthlnR Just, as ,nIllo, apnlloa to the development ol
I thero" Ho put up his hand osaln. ,, ni.nnrrlv
PJaau rlvir. twenty mllea north ot
Vryheld, wnleh tnenns that fie has
again escaped the Urltlsh cordon.
(lvnral Duller, In .1 speech this af
ternoon, (omplalneil of the general cri
ticism, especially in the newspapers,
of hlmseir. He admitted that he had
advised General Sir George White that
it would ponsibl) be necessaryto sur
render Ladysmltb, but, bearing In
mind all the circumstances of the ease,
he was quite prepared to let the public
judge of the Justifiability of the news
paper, attacks, ,
ntlon of thu statutes because, ho ships
as 11 seamnn. This does not refer to
alien sailors who havo arrived hcru
In tho pursuit of their tailing and arc
awaiting an opportunity to ship. If,
Rngt at s mi nj 1 a a m.
ri ic.vt run .na
to If. OS It '1PM.
BERETAMA STREET ANU '.'"JUAND VALLEY
Cart lav. Pumhou SUM tof Town al I anj
tor Ton inj Valty at s o J y t i 6t anJ
t to A M. ....
C.antmiw OxtiJColUff. IfM tOn Mi Valley At
6 y 6 jo and 7 to A M and rvtr) 10 tnlnutti till to 10
rm .xcept in rwn nwr in. mi,, nvu, t.i, wun...
run trom th. Stable.
Can Itav. Nuuanu Valley at 6 10 o to 6 y A M and
tvery 10 nlnutei thereafter till 10 so p M
Cart leave Fort and Queen urem for Punahou
Collin at 6 oj 6 i 6 ,j A M and every 10 rolnutea
alter till 0 ti f M. Alter that the cart run tit the
Stable up to 1 1 jot-.M. which It fix last car Iron Town,
reaching the Stable at itiyi Y M
AN EXAMINER 8LAVE.
Snn Jose, OcL 8. Ystdro Eapler, one
of the unfortunate band at Porto HI
cans delutled into making California
their home, shot himself In the heart
today at llayfleld with a double bar
reled shotgun. Tired of life In a strange
country, where conditions were'unsult
ed to his habits and constitution, he
deliberately plnced the mussle of the
gun below his heart and discharged It
with his toe on the trigger. He was
2S yenre of nge. He left three letters
one to bo Bent tu his Bweetheart In
I'orto IUco, another to his mother, say
ing that ho owed a. J15- board bill and
nsklng her to pay It, and a third di
rected to Santa Clara College.
era! Dotho. Thu Doer commander, nc- however, they ship to this country as
curding to the Urltlsh, Is still In a pre- seamen as a convenient method of so-
carious position. It Is said If ho man- c"r'"f P!""?,0-."1? '' Jhu Purpose of
ages to withdraw his forces It will bo ,tehri.?Bnrthh"?',!i,Jn8 "".i! 'h, ?hm
. , ,,.. ..!.., ....h.i j as that of other alien Immigrants, then
n a greatly weakened condition and they paBBOngCrBi and M mKh M
that he will lose all the transport that subject to the usual examination.
bt collected for his Natal expedition. 1 . g '
Madame Belle Cole, the famoj (on
Sho'H a very busy woman, sho says, trnlto who delighted Honolulu People
Sd "'"U-i?- T ,V5iit..1,Jil",,1Sr" ' 8h ln' '" her "iMlna- at tbo Oimra House
Kverybody-H-Pnlladelphla rross. TburgUay n,,t iBgt. was I he wilol.t
, .. , , ,-,,-, nt Ctntral Union 'churjli Sunday e en
SllWribe for the TEhM. ng.. "Come Unto Me." by Coeien.
lil'LLKTIN, onlv $1 per annr.m. was the selection chosen.
f te- t-r 4 4 - t V
her doth dwell,
Nothing shall her rcmnvn,"
lllll dropped on his knees, and tak
ing off bis cap he sobbed out: "Thank
tho good God I Tbat'a htm. It'a tho
Pilot" Then he sprang to his feet and
"Hello! You dod-gasted fool hunter,
where In thunder an' llghtnln' air you,
"Hell, Hllll Here you are. old boy,
In the blurt we found them
Kor further Information, apply to J.
H. riSHini L CO.. Block and Hond
Droktrs. and Hawaiian aRcnts for tho
sale of a limited amount of Pacific
Union Oil Company stock. Btangen
wald building. Merchant street
R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1809.
Subscribers to tho BULLETIN
not receiving tbtir paperprotnptl.i
will confer a favor by notifying thr
Business Office; Tenlae 2S6.
Peerl City .
I wa Milt
Ewa Mill .
ex. Sun DAILY Sun IIAILV DAIIV
AM AM. AM. CM l M.
DAILY DULY DAILY
AM I' M P.M.
t 10 . 1 II
T It I Ot 4tlt
S.OI I IO ,.tt
III loj f
K C. SMITH. Oen'I Pass. & Ticket Agt.
Q. P. DKNI80N, Superintendent
The football game between the Oahu
College! and Oahu College Alumni
teams on the campus at Punahou Sat
urday, resulted in a victory for the
former team. The light was a stub
born one. "
The second game of the afternoon
was between thu Ilackteld and Oahu
Athletic teams. Tho play lo'.th,e first
half was very good but In thet second
half there was some questionable play
ing on the part of the Honolulu Ath
letic team Which resulted In Cnntnln
Morse taking his 'men nit tho fleia. At
this point, the score stood C to 0 Ir
faor of the Honolulu Athletics.
HART & CO.,
ME ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Oram and Water. Iiei,
ChocoUlct rtmi Coificilons.
liuettncetti Man's Lunch
The best In the city: 11:30a.m. 02p.m.,
CH II if 111 nWm
1 y$& tt?f
1 v.. y
IN THE CIUCUIT COURT, FIRST
Circuit of the Territory of Hawaii, la
the Probate, at Chambers. In the Matter
Pilot livid with cold and near the last of the Estate of Kealohapauolo MakaV
stage of exhaustion, holding up a hi (k), latu of Walalua. Oahu. deceas
stranger as they tramped wearily the 1l?,e,ai; INitU.on iMvlnK been
,i, ,u. t A lw:.,0 .....a e, !,... filed by Kalel Ancko and Hoopll Hlla
path they had beaten around the horses hln a fMen of M,d ,JteiltJlte
ui n.Tu luwiwiir. wum ii-ciu,, ,irBlnB that Lettors of Administration
death. 1 'tioon raid eKtate be Issued to A. 8. Ma-
"Ob, Dill," cried the Pilot, making a tmiilu; notice Is hereby given that
brave attempt at a smlw, "you're a Monday, tho 18th day of November, A.
great man." I lvui, at u:su a. m , in me juaicisxy
Dill held him at arm's length a uin-iuuiuiing. nouoiuiu. appotunu vuo
ment. and then said solemnly: J " ' P,anc '?,' ?1,1to "'d. E"
..,,. . . ,, ,',, ., tlon. when and where all persons awn
"Wall! I vo come Into contack with ..,, ,.. nn-.r .n,i ,hoS rn ir
somo fools, IdJIU, blanked IdJIts" nnj thpy nMCf why said petition
mil imu iul 111a sup Hi aiiuneu lur l sllOtllll HOI 110 graniiHI.
moment "In my life, but such a
blanked, conglomerated Idjlt, It hasn't
been my pleasure to ir.lx with up to
this point In my career."
.The Pilot by this tlmo was In fits ot
Tho Evening Dulletln
75 cents per
Tlio Kim of Hpalni "Wlutla our royal tiunurer dolna In tho royal
I ltd en?"
Tho Trcnturer of Ipulu: "Our ro") cnl has struck for lilflier uatui. and
as u uro liroliu I'm luuKIns tho rujal biraktat."-iit. Louis Itepubllc
Notlco is hereby given that Mr. K.
I). l"rlel Is no longer In the employ of
this company and Is not authorised to
collect or receipt for monies due this
company. UNION FKhD CO, LTD.,
lly l'. .. Macrarlane, Mgr.
All persons owing the Honolulu
Stock jurds Co, Ltd., aro reuested
to tnnko Immediate payment at their
oflleo, King street.
JAS. K. MORGAN.
C, A. RICK.
Honolulu. October 12th, 1901.
n the Court:
P. D. KKLLE'l T, JR.,
KlniK ), Italian & McClanahan, at
toiuevs for petitioners.
1967 It Oct. U, SI, 28s Nov. 4.
Razors Honed and Set
Hawaiian Hotel Rarber Shop.
POIi 25 CUNT8.
80IL FREE OF CHARGE.
Anono needing soil or filling can
have the samo by appljlng to Hono
lulu Drawing Co, Queen stroot. Ho
Shooting over the lands and sei
fisheries ot Kukuluaeo (adjacent to
Ala Moana Reach road) Is hereby
striuly prohibited. Anyone found so
doing will bu prosecuted.
l'.'U3-7l E U.IJ. VICTORIA WAIIU.
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL. .
Night untchmon furnished for built
Ings, busluehs property and residences.
llulldcrs will do well to consult Rov
ers In regard to watchmen.
ANNI8 MONTAGUE TURNER
wjll reecho n limited number of pupil
Term commenting on and after Sep
1024 Iloretanla St.
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