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BVENINO RltLLKTtN. MilNOLULU. H. T., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1901
Lines of Travel.
Oceanic Steamship Company
i ' i
The steamers of this lino will arrive and lcaVe this port an hereunder
aWUM BAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA t NOV. 9
VENTURA" NOV. 20
ALAMEDA NOV. 23
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA OCT. 2J
VENTURA t. J.OCT. 29
ALAMEDA, t .t '.NOV. 19
SIERRA . . .'...NOV. 19
ALAMEDA . . DEC. 4
In connection with the sailing of tho above steamers, the agents are pro
pared to Isbuc to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In tho United States, and from Now
York by any steamship lino to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., 'Ltd.
GENERAL AQENT8 OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
, Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
JOccidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamer of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
AMERICA MARU OCT. TO
PEKINO NOV. 7
GAELIC NOV. 14
HONOKONQ MARU NOV. 28
CHINA NOV. 30
DORIC DEC. 10
NIPPON MARU DEC. 18
, FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
HONOKONO MARU NO"v7l
CHINA NOV. 0
DORIC NOV. 19
NIPPON MARU NOV. 20
PERU , DEC. 3
COPTIC DEC. 10
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. S.'S. CO.
H. HACKFIBLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of the above line, running In connection nltu the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, D. C, and Sjdncy, N.S.V., '
and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Brisbane, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
From Vancouver anu Victoria, B. C.
(For Brisbane and Sydney.)
AORANOI OCT. 20
MOANA ,....NOV. 2.1
.MIOWERA v. ..... DEC. 21
l-rom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver. B. C.)
MOANA OCT. 23
MIOWERA NOV. 2D
AOivANOI DEC. IX
MOANA , JAN. 15
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United, States and
Europe. For Freight and Passage find all general Information, 'apply to
Theo. H. Daviess Co., Ltd.. GcnM Agents.
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 Bra
Office Rooms 3 and 4, Mclntyre
building.; P. t. Box 262; Phone
Ill lo HTli
London. Oct. 12.The South African
campaign has a curious eftct on Brit
ish generals. Public attention is ten
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Instruments Filed for Record Octo
ber 21, 1901.
f.. Ah Pan Oalui u. t lllclg. Co . M
Puna Sugar Co, Ltd. It. Kycrolt..I
I, '. Howler Territory oi llav.nll
How Cheung et nl.-A. S. WIMx .l
(1. Marconi Marconi s vlielnss Tel.
Co, Ltd A.I
Uaula oplo J. Ahlua Awal I.
.i. Aiiiiu Awal M. i. Cooko.,,.A.i
IS. K. U. Itooko nnd who J. O.
Young ... , t)
Woim i.M Supc. Puli. WorlB ...I)
I. F. Howler and wife Territory
of Hawaii i Agrl
it. Ilycrqlt ana wlfu 'territory of
M. U. Alexander, 1r. vV. U. Luna
l.ail Lin et al. Tr. lo Yco Tons
fen ''to et nl. Tr. Via Too Tort
InsnuiiiLtiis r-iLti wi record Octo
ber 22, 1E01.
O. K. C. Hnoko D. l).iton i
.lulln Dowers niul husband E. Ixiv- '
ell -nnd wife .' D
.loo Morris n.i Hung nnd Li Cluing
Recorded October 15. ,901.
Alfred Mnzonn to James Arm
tered on General Duller' extraordinary l.,nlK.,ll,?lSj1 rL!!70..'-'
.i,mi.i i.n . ..!.... i. ii.. 4". Kckaullko Siroi't, Hoiinlulii, Oahtt:
exhibition, while society is popping hu,IllylUo yrnra nl ti,). Hook 22S
about the remarkable action of another )a(;u 205. Dated Mnv 1. 1101.
general. This one Is a Knight Com- t. Kat Poo et'ol. to Wong I.cong
niniulcr of the Bath, holding n high t nl.: power nf atlornev; general pow
command In South Africa. He If over crs. Hook 224. p.igu 3(i. Date.i Octn
nu jcars of age, has been a widower ,,tir ,9l)'
to marry a woman of SO. whom he has p ianl. Kalmohl. Hnnmkim. Ha
not seen for twenty ears. The bride- ttaM. n)u.tn V1.aril nt e,;0. ook o1M
elect, who !s an Irish woman, is pre- page 20. Dated IJernmber 12. 1893
paring to go out to South Africa. I K311I1I Nahnln to finm Wn Kce Co.;
As for General Iluller. be teems to lease: pleco land. Kalmchl, Hamaliua
have forever shattered every veetlrc of Hawaii; ten years nt tun Hook 2JR
his reputation. ipagoSK. Dated October 10. 1901.
A representative of the Associated IcaB0; 'shoot fng right on luniOtoknpu,
Piess learns that previous to General Koolaupoko. Oalm: ton jinrs nt jr.
Buller's speech of Thursday he hnfl rn-1 u0ol 228. page 209. Dated October I.
celved several plain hints from the IH)1.
wnr office expressing the hop" that he V. IJ. McDougnll et al. to 'Mary V.
would not accept Invitations to make rVwtur: deed; Grant 3106. Ilonokohaii
sneeches Ills appointment to the NortM Konn- "a""1'! l00- onl
I.-i . .,! ..- .. 5 "&. pago 372. Dated August 28. 1901,
command of the army corps was made, Mc"ry,,,. SllI.nr to UlU to Me
In a spirit of generosity. It was ,lrjj0 i;B0ti-. Ltd.: deed; portion Kill,
thought that General Bullcr could not 150I. Hnnapope. Kniml; 1500. Hook
do much harm In the two years re- 225. pago 37D. Dated August 28. 1901
malntng before he retired. Failure tn Knpuuhu et nl. to Clins. II. Mukcn:
appoint him would have signified a la: Kul. 1075. Puoa. Iliiimlei, Kn
h,.Mi, .si..,..,... m, tho vt ttmni, iial: llfteetf learn at $10 Hook 22S.
was not willing to Innict on him, be- ''- Dated Juv ...
IDS (1ATOS BAD FI
San Jose, Oct. 13. Tho biggest ton
llugratlon in tbo bisiory 01 bauia
oiuru Kiiiniy ocitirreu 01 nn early nutir
ilia uiuniiiig n I .o4 timos, luu Uciu
wity, nnd 111 two notirs nuoiu one nan
o tun prn.iy loouinl cuy went up in
oinnkc About nvo ncre ot tno most
Udincly bum pari wero xwept us clean
an n prainu nucr a llr. I
lis (ia.os Is a prtty foothill city of
nl.out 5.0J peopic, ovci looking tho
onma Clnrn vnliey, suiu.ed nt tho
moutli 01 l.oi (l.'iios caujon. us liuiul
lugs, vvlillu Inlrly Biiusmnllal, nro
.1 it, il 01 wood. A stroug drnlt from
iliu can j on bwccph over 111c ray much
01 tno tiuio, aim 11 was mm wiuii, par
liularly Sirong at the tlmo thn Oru
suiriLiI, tlmt ilrovu the llro onwnrd, uc
voiirlng ovcryihlng In us (our so In
iiplui of tho crtoriH put forth by thi
llinlttd flro department and tno vnluu
irer bucket brigade.
Property vnrmunly estimated In val
lie nt Irom IO0.iM)0 to 1150.000 went
up in nnioko, and nil thai Is lult to In
dlra.c vvtioro business blocks Olirn
stood Is charred timbers, smoldering
wnlls, a (ouplo of brick oveiin and tliu
tciinim rrlnl Ilanlc vault. Everjthlng
eUn lias dlcappvarcd aB If by n magic
A Message to Men ! ! !
This Is n messago to men. It is 'n
men who want to feel Ilka men, to look
like men and act llko men. This Is to
men who lack courage, whoso nerved
nro shaky, whoic eyes hnvo lost tin
sparkle, whoso brains aro muddleJ,
ideas cunfuscd, sleep restless, confi
dence! gone spirits low nnd rnslly d
pressed, who nro bicknard, hesitating,
unahlrr to venture bccniisa they ara
nlrald nt failure, who want somebody
to decide for them who nro weak, pu
ny, n stless. It Is to men who have part
or all of these symptoms and want now
life, now forte, new vigor I offer II
to you In my wondirful
It has restored health and strength
to thousands of weak and Impotent
If used as I direct It Is a posltKo cure nnd cannot fall. It gives the
vitalizing power of electrlcltv, without burning or blistering, to over) weak
ened part, developing tho full vigor of manhood. It removes all tho effects
of indiscretions or cxttsses forever.
I guarantee n cun If 1 say I ran turo I don't riBk an) one to take
chances on my Invention. It doesn't tost )ou anything If I fail
SPECIAL NOTICE. If you hnvo An old belt of another mako which tu
burned und blistered J on or 0110 that did not possesB cleitrlclty, bring I:
II took llttlo moro than one hour for " ""! will allow unohalf tho prlcu of mlnu for It.
the Haines to devour n uorn or mor I elvo a tree test to nil wno call If ou tun't call I will send you m
business blocks, sovernl maniifaitnr- uenullfttllv lllustnitid book with full Information free. Call or writo now.
Ich, n livery stablo, a church nnd Don't delay
ninny dwelling houses.
' Tk JlI r? MI-.I ..AI.I!n 702 Market HI.,
Ut . ITI. VJ iTIVLiClUIIIIIIf Hun PrnnclHCo, Cnl.
ltevlng that General Buller had dOno
his duty to the best of his ability
One of the highest officials cOtntetd
with the administration of the army
snld to a representative of the Asso
WiJght, deed; block K. Kuhmolohu
tract. Honolulu Oalm, Si tun. Honk
225. pagu 37li. Dated September 2C
William O. Aehi ami wlfu to Mrs.
iVntito vv ngnt; deed; lots SZ and .rt
ti, ..tnuo-i.,., oi-u v. -..-,. i, King strett tract, ilouolulu, Oanu,
The utilitarian spirit of the age has j 1U)1)U 229. p igo 0J. Dated Be
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
' DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
1 NEW YORK AND HAWAUAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
n. 8. AMERICAN, 6,000 ton, Balled.
8. 8. HAWAIIAN, 0,000 ton, to tall to tall Oct. 15.
8.8CALIFORNIA, 9,000 tons, sailed from NEW YORK June 16; will
toad at PUQET SOUND about SEPT. 1 for HAWAIIAN PORTS.
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South Brookljn at
all times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
.CROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
rnllsuui Palace Steepen. Buffet, Bmok
lag and Library Can, with Barber
nop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Can (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chain.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
I J, H. LOTHROP, General Agent. '
' 1S6 Third street, Portland, Oregon,
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No, 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
S. L. LOMAX, Q. P. & T. A,
1471 Omaha, Nebraska.
YOU CAN DO IT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE IS $2.
taken away those sinecures, inch as
Oovernor of Tilbury and Commander-in-Chief
of Berwick, with which, a
hundred ears ngn, Duller might have
been shelxcd. and at the came time
rewarded, Wo had no alternative but
to ruwnrd General Huller's lone" and
innsclentlous period of service b)
klrklng him out or giving him a com
mand which his rank demands. Of the
two evils vve crime what we thought
was the lesser. Our Justification Is,
perhaps, somewhat sentimental, but no
army tan be run without a certain
amount of sentiment.
"As for the public dissatisfaction
with our progress In South Africa, I
fear that Lord Roberts and other optl
mlstlc prophets are, unintentionally
more to blame than anyone ele. No
one got up and said the Burmah war
was over, or that it would be over In
a foolishly short space of time. It
lasted nearly four yeare, and the Brit
ish public took it as a matter of course
The South African war has probably
got another two years to run, develop
ing, like the Burmah affair, into n
subaltern's campaign. Continual local
disturbances are being put down by
Heielili Office, 315 Fort St.
TBL., MAIN 181.
Messenger will call for our message
If desired. .
Honolulu Rapid Transit
aid Laid CoMpaiy.
School Children's Tickets
Half fare school 'children's tickets
may be purchased from the conductors
on the cars, or nt the company's office
on Alapal street. These will be good
for the transportation of school chil
dren up to 17 ears of ago in goln?
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
Hiwiiiai Tramway's Tine
KING STREET USE,
Can lvt Wtlklkl for loan t s .1, 6 ). 6 45 M
n4tvtry ismlnutithftaftrr tl I 1041. Mill and
nu! pm. Iron Waiklkl to 10 tt Fwuhou Sutlti
Cart liava R Range or Pawaa iwltcb tor town at
S sja m, and tvtry 11 mlnutttUurtatttrtlll 11 otr.M
Cart Itavt Fort and King ttreetr corner for Palatal
at6io AM. and cvtry t nlnutti attir till 11 tt
Cars laava for Palama only at s and j 10 A M.
41 s 44 A M and ivtry
lunbir 30. 1111)1.
.Inn Knuhliimkn to Jnscnli Goo Kim'
deed! 11. P'H. Xi,i, 2109 352G, Ktpi
I111I11 and Kaupo. Maul: J-r.n. liooV,
22S. pngo .177. Dated September 10
V. L. D'jolo to Goo Lin. lonmi.
pleco land. Main strut Liihnln-i
Maul; ten years ut SG pur mouth. Honk
r.'S, pngo 311. Haled liupteinber X
. Recorded October 17, 1901.
I. Kuapuii aud wife to Wnlnnno Co..
i:. I).; II. P. 3G4, Kul. 31.11. Llcnko
ae. Walannc. Oalm Book 2i0, page
37K. Dated OUoIm.i- IB. 19ui.
I A. Levy and husband to C. Brown;
mortgugo; lots -I and S. bloik II, Ks
pulauui, Honolulu, Ouhu: $17f 8fi, three
Jtars nt K par tent Book 226, pnge
4T.7. Dated October IS. 1901.
A. M. Do Cuw aud husband to II,
WuliThoiiso A. Co.; morlgngo; lot U,
block B. Pawaa tract, Honolulu, Oa
lm; $.'on0, four ytarx at t! per cent.
Book 22G, page 459. Dati d Ot tnber 7,
G. V. Ha)scldn,to II. Watcrhousi'
ft Co.; morlgngu; lot 24, block B. Kit-
Ijokiihua. Honolulu, Oalm; $2500, six
)ars at K per tent Book 2JG, pagu
111 DUed October 7. 1901.
P. Muhlendnrf to M. V. 11, Oat:
deed; lot 12, blccK A of tlrnnt 34io
Kiilioknhui, llniuiliilu, Oahil, T2G0O.
LETTER FROMJBISS STONE,
New York, Oil. 15. According to a
d'spitch to tho Journal nnd Advertiser'
from Stifld, further word mis conn from
MIks .Stone, In the following letter,
written from Macedonia to W. W Peel,
tn usurer of tho Turkls.i Mission In
"My honored friend: I wrlto to In
form )ou that tin the third of Septem
ber 1 was captured by a great number
of armed men some fort) as 1 tra
veled from Biinsko to Dliimniila with
about twelve teachers, students and
"inc) took with mu for my com
panion Mrs. Cntherln Tsllkn. The rea
son why they captured us Is for n ran
som. The prlco which tbey demand
for us Is 25,000 pounds, Turkish, which
sum must bo paid In gold, and th's en
tliely without tho knowlcdgo of the
Turkish nnd Bulgarian governments,
within the term of eighteen daa from
"The condition of Mrs. Tsllkn decid
ed the limit as sho Is to give birth to .1
child In threo months.
"We nro pursued by a Turkish army.
I beg Dr. Hnskell himself to go tn
Constantinople n,nd exert himself for
tho payment of tho ransom nt Satnav
kiiv, wlicre men will receive It on prn-
Bcntlnf, an ordei from mo.
"The nun who captured us at first
showed courles) nnd consideration to
ward us, but now since T"rkls',t sol
diers and IUbIiI Bnzcmks h.ivo begun
tn pursue us und the ransom is delayed,
our condition is altogether changed.
"Therefore. 1 beg vou to hasten J'nil
I . , v
ISfi, i iia,llrf-if'V-rf"iB
t the er trance
to the Famous
etsy access to
volcano In the
World. - - -
MAUI HOTEL, "S1.
A T. HACnNKMP. MniilVi-i-.
PACIFIC UNION OIL-CO.
I rMiirii uriiuri
Wushlnglon, Oct. S. The annual re
port of Thomas l'llch, Commissioner
ot Immigration nt Now York, has been
iccelved at tho Treasury Department
Tho report shows that tho number of
aliens who nirlved during the llHcnl
)enr ended Junii 30. 1901
1 hero wore also 11J.U5G citizens of tho
United Htntes who arrived from
lug the r.iusom demanded und that as nbroad. Prom ti cmnnarlBcm of the
inergettcull) ns possible )ou will prn- steerage Immigration for tho lust two
sent to tho Turkish government that It V" " I" 8lw.n ,liat l"arl' ?-non ot
-top the pursuit of us by soldiers nnd h tncrcuso t,r last year over tho jcar
,,,,,, , ,. , .1.11 i boforo was In tho Immigration finra
llnshl Barouks; otherwise wo shall be SolIcrn ,,, aIone- Thhe nnml)cr of
killed by the people In wIiomo hand rotllrnng alien residents stands at 10.B
we nre. I pray to to communicate with- pcr cent of tho total Immigration,
out delay tho contents of this letter to, In tho amount of money brought per
the representative of tho United States .capita there appears to be an nppre
at the Pore and request his most-serl- clablo Increase over laBt jenr. but tho
oils cooperation ' 'report Bavs: "The conclusion unfor-
"Pniv fnr us Wp nn- nt neii. with t.tintely Is unavoidable that our im
1 ray tor us. vve nro ai peace wun ,,,,. , ,,.t inrui i
"n'J' lilllteriMV. Not only nro wo drawing
IlinnwM v nut uui; tliu u uinnuif)
hearty salutations, your moru an(I moro from the countries
"KLI.UN M. STONR."
the small garrisons. To supervise such
work wc know of no one better than Ucok 229, pago til
Lord Kitchener. His chief complaint, 10. )901
which seems to have missed tho at- J. P. MendJoca 'o J
tenllon of the critics. Is that, havlntr K.tlti i. V. 2l'.'l i.ll
non-combatant natives populating the
war area, he Is prohibited from dtv
stro) Ing supplies to any degree of mili
tary thoroughness. If we' could con
centrate or deport the natives I think
nn effective devastation would quickly
end the campaign." .
NEWS OF MILITARY
1 MS M
.- olauinko Onl.'f W Bo.d. -i:i.
pi"H 352. Dated )'-)i-r 17. I'-OI.
Bishop & Co. o Honolulu Dali)
men's AKsoctatlon, Ltd.: orelcaso;
lot til. King street .met, Honolulu. Oa
He S3000. Book 1 I, pagj 179. Diitci
October 17. 1901.
The follawlng orders havci been Is
sued by regimental hciidcimrters:
Honolulu. II. T., Oc 1G, 1901.
tlcneriil Orders No. 23:
Tho following Information Is pub
lished for the benefit of the National mates.
rjuard: I Ocrmilny, 17,213 malcsffl 12,412 fe-
W. A. Kettcr to be Captain of Cora-. ""j)?8-
nanv IP re-elected. sll,v' ,D'309 n'e8: 7G22 females,
llf lidton -i XB F.r.t Meutensnt of'. Northern Italian, 16.202.mn.es; 4158
.. , , " .leraaies
Located In the Farrous Coallnga Oil
Fields of California.
Proveu oil lands, completely Bur
ruundod by ns rich oil produc'ng wells
ns thi-rc aro In the titalo, yielding from
50 to 250 barrels pcr day.
Contract prices for oil ut tho Coui
Inga wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With twent) llvu piodttcing wills of
100 barrels eat;Ii jwr dty, you can
mako Nour own calculation ns to
was 453.I9G.. profits.
Tho oil industry of California Is In
its Infancy, yet many fortunes liavo
been inado by Judicious nnd lucky iu
vestments tn oil stock. Many more
will bo miido in the near future.
Tho average advunio on original
sales of oil stock In twenty lending
companies In California has been
from Jl to $108 per share.
Oil lands hnvo advanced from $1.25
to $1,000 and $2,000 per acre.
When the Pacific Union Oil Corn
pan) has a number of producing wells
on Its property. Its stock will have t
the same show for oven a grcator ad
vance, as some oil stock has advanced
from $1 to $1,500 per share.
Tho Pacific Union Oil Company n
no salnrled ofllcers. nnd Is controlld
by well known gentlemen nf Integrity,
Hio will see tnnt tho money derived
from tho sale of stock will bo legiti
mately applied to tho development ot
Por further Information, apply to J.
II. riSHi:il & CO., Stock nnd Bond
Brokers, nnd Hawaiian ngents for tho
sale of a limited amount of PnclQa
Union Oil Compnny stock. Btnngen-
wald building. Merchant street.
Jvvnern Illiteracy Is high, but also tho
immigrants themselves aro snowing
higher ncrrentngos of Illiteracy Near
ly 0110 half of our stecrngo Immigrants ,0 wm 8e0 ,nat tno moncy derived
now pn4nl nn Illiteracy ot from 40 , . , r .,.,. wm LO c.,tl.
to over 50 per cent.
or the 38 93.1 steerage nllens who
nrrlved during tho vear tho following
inro civ en for tho principal countries.
1 Scmihern Italian, 80,929 males; 21,
I Polish. SB.Iilfi males; 12.170 females.
Hebrew, 23,313 males; 18,891 fo-
The little schooner Ada, which was
inn Into last week by the schooner
Blanche & Blla, arrived here yesterday
afternoon nnd her story of the smash
up Is materially different In important
matters from the story of the Blanche ftmirhe(1 llt t, hlpyaril of tho New
ji hi 1 it v. n am inn rnninin nr inn ... .. .... . . .
port inuws Hhipuuinung and urjuocK
Cnmpuny next Saturday afternoon. The
Company D; reelected.
W. II. Ilcere to be Second Lleuten- males.
ant of Company D; re-clcetcd.
By order of tbo Comrjonder-ln
(Signed.) JOHN II. SOP'RR,
Honolulu, H. T.. Oct. 16, 1901.
Regimental Orders. No. 49:
1 Upon the rec ommcndntlon of the and an extension of the period of lur
The' company commander, tno following Miction over tho Immigrant from two
Scandinavian, 14,200 mates; 9981 fo-
Thu total number of deportations for
-.tho year, a decided decrease as com
! pared with last year, was 30r9. Pol
lowing aro the given causes: Public
(charges, 2394; contract laborers. 130;
1 Insane persons. 13; diseased. 232; ion
ivlcts, 6; onu-year cases, 28G.
Tim increase! of tho head tax to $2
Notice is hereby given that Mr. K.
II. Prtcl Is no longer hi tbo employ of
this company and Is not authorised to
collect or recilpt for monies duo this
The Bulletin. 75 cent P'r month.
&. Ella. Where the captain of tho
latter vessel claimed that the Ada's
lights were placed on tho wrong sldn
thus causing the accident, it Is claim
ed by the Ada's crew that the Blanche
& Ella carried no lights at all, thus
leading the Ada Into danger without
Car leave Palama lor Walkik
M mlnutel till 9 4S P M , then at co-i j and 10 4S P.M
ineittitPM iron raiai
ta Waiklkl on Sihifia t.
CUri leave Fort and Klne itreeti corner (01 Rifle
Range at s to and 50 A A, 'unrnlmr
Car. l.v. r-nrtani tflnt. ., 4,. Waiklkl WlirillUtx
atoA M. and eveiy ij rainulet till loose M then ai To llisprovo the Statement of the
anii,i-n loe II JJ r.n. gv i v..,v, , .... f .. Hlanc,ni) n. Kll wlm
.::.. . .... . . :.
VALLEY, 'stated that.tbe red light of the Ada was
Kiminrt Nws. Vn. Oct. 13.
pew steamship Siberia, building for tho promotions arc hereby announced la to five yenrs aro recommended.
Pacific Mnll Sttamshlp Company's ger-, Company K. First Regiment, N. O. II.,
vice between Snu Francisco and Hong- with rank from October 8, 190!:
kong, with Hiinnliilu, Yokohama and Sergeant 8. R. Jackson to be Flrsf
Niignsukl as ports of rail, will bs Sergeant.
Corporal Charles Costa to be Ser
geant. Prlvnto Jos. Scybolci to bo Corporal.
They will bo obejed unci respected
By order of Colonel J, W. Jones.
(Signed.) , JOHN SCHAKKFlHt,
Captain and Adjutant.
on Saturdays only
BERETANIA STREET AND VVUAM1
Can leavt Punahou Stitl (m Ttn at) and
for Town ani Valley at j o s jo 6 to 6 o 7 n4
Cariltat Oahii C&IIc furton and Valtty at
6 y 6 $0 and tioam ard vcr to mm jttt till 10 10
p M.txccptthtcvcn hour and half, hour cart which
run from tht Sublt,
Cars laavt Nuuanu Vallry at it-10 jo t jo a m and
ivcry ro minutes thereafter till 10 $0 1 M
Cars' ltvt fort and Queen streets for Punahou
Collect at 603 6 t5 64s a M and t try 10 minutes
after till g 4 P M After that Ut rais run tti the
Stable up to 11 $op Mwhl(Msthlstcar from Town,
reacmnc ineaupie 1 1 )o r m
C. C. Ballentyne.
Mgr. H. II. 'l'. &. L. Co.
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORT8.
, Subscribera to tho BULLETIN
' not receiving their papers promptlj
will confer a favor by notifying tht
Buiinesa Office; TJihuie 266.
on the ttarboatyl sldo and. that thut
was the i,de Bhe was struck on by ilio
Blanche . Gila tho captain of the Ada
rhows the remnlns of a green lamp
which was smashed by the collision
The red light which was on tho oppo
site side where It should hnn been
was uninjured. '
Slberlu and thn Korea, her sister ship,'
uro tho largest esso's ecr built on
this hemisphere, and, naturally, there
Is much Interest In the launching
throughout this und ndjolnlng states.'
l'rom present Indications tcr will he
icu Immt use gnthei Ing of ntuplo In .
Newport Ne.H tu witness tho event.
i ue niucriii nnu Korea arc exactly
ADMINISTRATOR'S 8ALE OF REAL
PURSUANT TO ANI) BY Vlltl'lJIJ
of nn order mndo In and by the Cir
cuit Court of tho First Judicial Clr
(Hit in tho m:.ur ot tno escato of PI
Iwl Pnnnowa, deceased, tho undersign
ed will offer tor sale nt Public Auc
tion on .-Mitunluy. thn licit li dav of
in Although tho tlmo October, . 1). ltioi, at 12 o'clock noon,
brigands who abducted it the salesroom of J. K, Morgan
UMON FEhD CO.. LTfJ,
F, .'. Macfarlane, Mgr.
, All porhons owing thu Honolulu
Stock-yards Co. Ltd., aro requested
to mako Immediate payment at their
office. King street.
JAS. F. MOROAN.
C. A. RICK.
80IL FREE OF CHARGE.
alike, and the contract price of each is nxcri bv tho
.',000,000, making them the costliest ns 'jh Ellen M. Stone, thq American mis- Aiieiicineor, ua .ucon street, in Mono
well ns the largest merchant vessels slonary, for tho pigment of tho ran- 'u1!'; I"'1"11' oi Oanu:
ever built ut an American shipyard, koii mnn.licl expired a week ago. no ,",!?" ,,inP'CllP"" ,?'
With n spe.d of something llko twenty one has appeared at Sa;nmakoft to BtreW ooUeen Pnimli
knots n n hour, the Hlberln and Korea claim the money or to announce tht Kln'tts. In said Honolulu, containing
! will bo tho fastest ships on the Pacific, fate of tho captive. It Is now learned nn area of bo0 la.homs 30 feet, eh-
I The Hlbtrlu will be required to make that tho baud has dissolved, but that scribed In Land Commission Award
O R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1,
v. i 7 . . r J l "",""' '" eighteen knots, but the probability It Miss Stone Is kept under surveillance No. 38J, Liber i, page 138140. Ronl
ther first s orles and the set ement iat hhe w, D u ttt,,nty.knot hlp nt eonlo 0iatanie from tll0 frontier., a'ent No- 'a- ,
of the dispute as to responsibility for ,., Her ,monH,llnB lira. j.enRtll Tlllg , due t0 8now ani, ,ol(, wt,ather fToras cash, j ecd at tho expenjo
the collision will nrobablv be left to ,. .-.. . ,., . .. . . . .. , ..,t-t.. of purchuH r. Salo subject to confir
r iiir nn. i i - mi in iicm iii ii.v re nnnrinv i no iiiim niutna nniniinnii.
STATIONS JA11V DHUV
(OuUirJ) e, Sun uaitv en Sun oaiiv haiiv
. . Am AM. A vi HM I'M.
Honolulu . e iq (M lie) llf 4 lo
Pearl City ,. So c, 8 II 40 J 4T 5 to
Ewa Mill 8)) lo 8 ttov 4 os 6 lo i
WaianAe ... . to so 4 4S
W.lalua ,. 11 iv S4i ....
Kahukt I. )l .. t l ,,,,
(lnw.id) ex Sun. dailv daily daily
AM AM CM PM.
gahuku j v u . ti4
Walalua hie .,.. 1 so
Walenae . ,.,, ., 1 lo ,, j s$
Ewa Mill V"C Jl'. I os 4
Pearl City 614 801 ' ilio est
Honolulu !o 6 )s 10s s 6
F C. SMITH. Oen'l Pass. . Ticket Agt.
Q. P. DENISON, Superintendent
The Ada is badly damaged and
I will cost several hundrel dollars
put tier in goon condition again.
ftct; depth, 10 feet; draught, 27 feet;
displacement, 18,000 tons.
ANOTHER CA'viAL PL'",
New York, Oct. 15. A tilipatth from
I'nrls to tho Times RajH the directory
n( the new Panama Cniniaii In 11 c'r
culai to the shareholder siy that Co
lombia has expressed lis rtud'iicsi to
tSt't U liNChiinO" full.
In the eciulty suit of Lemuel C. Abies
against Churleu J. 1 alk, Oeoreu It
Carter, trusteo of Charles J, 1'alk: thu
Honolulu Stock anil Bond Lxehungu
and James P. idorguu, dclendauts ,
Tail, mid Cariur by their iitibrpevs, '
Kinney, llallnu &. MrClaii'innn have
filed a iliuuurier. It sots forth that
able. The efforts of tho police' 10 ar
rest Haraokoff, formerly president ot
the Macedonian committee, who Is sus
ptc ted of rompllcicy In tho kidnaping,
ure still unavailing, The failure Is dim
lo tho h inj ntliy of the Inhabitants and
What a wonderful Blscovery h
PMN-Klllcr! Itnotonlf cures the lilt
of the human family, but Is also tho
iuro rrmedy for bonus with colic. It
eanctlon the trnnsfcr of the tn11.1l lo H'n complaint does not statu tacts suf-, has never been known to fall In a euro
t!io United 8tatcs, All cstlnmio-of tho 1""1 '" loisiiiu o a cause 01 ac.iou; 1 01 mo worst cases; ami or spraiin,
value of the undertnklnf is therefoia H'at eoiiiplaluaiit has a plllti. acloqintu snlli ite It nevel nils-try It once,
a ue of tho undertnklni. is t lereroio an(, l0nll)le(u remCdy at law. and t.iat liliectlons accompany each bottle. Sold
lining prepared, at the request of tho , 1)U1 u muitfurloua In that It socks by dnuglsts generally. Avoid suba'I-
Ihthmlnn Canal Commission. It will lellet as to two soparato and dlstluct 1 tutea. there is but on Paln-Klller, Per-
be ready by the time Congress meets, (.auses of action. , ry Davis", Price 2Cc. and 50c.
matlon of tho Court.
Dated September 27. 1901.
..jIIN . BAkEU,
Adminlstnitor w.th tho inn Annexed
of tho Estalu of Piiwi Panacwa,
I. M. UiivlDSON.
Atty. for tho Administrator.
Kor further inrtleiilars, enqiiiro
James K, Morgan iiuetloneor.
ANNI8 iVtONTAGUE TURNER
will rectlvo n limited number of puplltf
Term commencing on nnd after Sep
1024 Deretanla St.
An) one needing soil or tilling can
havu tho same by applying to Hono
lulu Brewing Co, Queen street, Ho
Tlui undersigned will nut bo respon
sible for uuy debts Incurred In his
nnmo without his written Authority.
M. J. UOHUEH, Kalllil.
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night watihmen furnished for build
ings, business property and residences.
Builders will do well to consult Bow
ers In regard to watchmen.
HART & CO-,
HIE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fin- Ire Crt.im and Watrr Ices.
Chocul.ite ani Coiifsctlnns.
Bunlnceis Maa's Lunch
The best In the city: injo.i.m. 02p.m.
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