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Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers ot this lino will arrive and' leave this port at hereunder:
FROM SAN FHANCISCO.
ALAMEDA NOV. 9
VENTURA" NOV. 20
ALAMEDA NOV. 23
In connoctlon with the Balling of the above steamers, the agents are pro
,. pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through . tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In the. United States, and from Now
York by any steamship line to all European portB.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm, G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL A0ENT8 OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
AMERICA MARU OCT. 30 HONOKONO MARU NOV. 1
PEKING NOV. 7 CHINA .NOV. 0
UAEIJO NOV. 14 DORIC : NOV. 19
HONOKONO MARU NOV. 28 NIPPON MARU . . i NOV. 2fi
CHINA NOV. 30 PERU DEC. 3
DORIC DEC. 10 COPTIC DEC. 10
NIPPON MARU DEC. IS
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FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
H. flACKFIBLO & CO, LTO. AGENTS,
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of the above line, running In connection wltu the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, R C and Sydney, N.8.1V,
and calling at -Victoria, -B. C, Honolulu and Brisbane, aro DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
From Vancouver anu Victoria,
(For Brisbane and Sydney.)
AORANOI OCT. 20
MOANA NOV. 2.1
MIOWERA DEC. 21
Through TIcketH Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
Europe. For Freight and Passage end all general Information, apply to
Theo. H. Device & Co., Ltd., Gcn'l Agent.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
'NSW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast".
S. S. HAWAIIAN, 600 tons, to sail about Oct. 20.
S. S. OREQONIAN, 600 tons, to sail about Dec. 10.
S3. 3&LIF0RNIA. 600 tons, to sail about Jan. 10. '
S. S. AMERICAN, 600 tons, to sail
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South Brooklyn, at
all times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. M0R8B,
General Freight 'Au.nL H. .HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
' (., AGENTS. HONOLULU.
YCHOSB THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY ,
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE! DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Can, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms,
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent
136 Third street, Portland, Oregon,
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No, 1 Montgomery St, San Francisco.
. I LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska,
Honolulu Rapid Transit
aid Land Company.
School Children's Tickets
Half-faro school children's tickets
may bo purchased from the conductors
on the cars, or tit the company s office
on Alapal street: These will be good
fnr thn trnrmrmrtntliin nf school ehll -
ior tno transportation 01 scnooi tin-
dren up to 17 eurb of ago In going
to and coming from school, between
the houre of 7:30 and 9:30 a. m.. nnd
1 ana z:30 p.
m. on regular school
C. C. Ballcntyne.
l381nx Mgr. H. H. l'. & L. Co.
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR I8LAND PORTB.
Subecribora to the BULLETIN
A r9JuH Fi C -?"N
f not receiving thtir papers promptly
' will confer a favor by notifying tb
Buiinew Offioo; TikLM 366.
FOll 8AN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA OCT. 2J
VENTURA t OCT. 29
ALAMEDA NOV. 19
SIERRA '.....NOV. 19
ALAMEDA DEC. 4
from Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver. B. C.)
MOANA OCT. 23
MIOWERA NOV. 20
AOuaKOI DEC. IK
MOANA JAN. IS
TOU CAN DO IT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 98.
leielili Office, 315 Fert St.
TBLM MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for our message
Hawaiiai Tramway's Tine
KINO STREET LINE.
Car leavt Walkiki ior town at j.j j. 6.1 5, 6.4s a.m.
and every 11 minute thereafter tt I 10:41, itjii and
it'll I M. Irom Wnklkl ro to lh Punahou Stablti.
Cars leavt R Rango or Pawaa twitch for town at
j.jja.m. ana every 15 minuietnrtneruii ntp.n
uai jeavt run anj rving ireei corner ror raiama
at 6.10 a.m. and every it 1
iinutes after till n:t
Ctr leavt for PUma only at and :o A.M
Carilcav Patamalor Walkiki 5 o A M.anJ every
it tnlnuUi till cit . . itwn'at 10:11 and 10 it p.m.
Th 11:11 P.M from Palana lor luiuhou only focit
to Walktkl on SaturJavt.
t icava ron anj Mnj .trfmvorntr rot nine
RanKt at s'loani t to A.M.
Car leavt Fort and King ktmn corner for Walkiki
at6.QSA.M, anievery 11 tnmuttl till ioojP.m then at
10:19 and 11;-j P.M. Tbt ii:jjP.. fwe to Walkiki
BERETANIA STRbLT AND .'UUANU VALLEY.
Can leavt Punahou Slatlr for Town at j: ani
(or Town an J Valley at j 4' J 50 6:10 Vru 640 y ani
Can leave OahJ Collet for town anj Valley at
6:y 6.$o and ?,io a.m anJtver) lominutistlll 10 iq
P.M. except ihttven hour and half, hour car which
1 Mil iiuiii ui Slavic
- , Catii.an Nmanu Vaiwy at tti .jo 6.50 a.m anj
. tvwy inula uwrMittr till 10 s p.m.
' -C" ,,,v n 0"n MtMtt lor Punahou
coiiaja at 6 05 1 j a aivy minim
atMrtiiia'.sp.M. Atur that ih. can tun ta iiw
, "---jsuf gr,- rr,"
O R. & L. Co.
Krom and alter January, 1, 1899.
STATIONS. uIIV IMIU
(Uul.arJ) n.hun. mill .. UMlYbAHt
A.M A.M. A. VI, .M. I'M.
H&nolutu ..... ..to qati ti:3j i:i .ig
Pc.rl City..,. 1 1 v.l n:aa )' vt
Ewa Milt 8) igc 8 : 4.0) 6:io
Walanae 10 y .... ..) ....
W.l.lua ,., n:s VI
Kahuki i . &:) ....
(Inward) t. San. daily daily daily
AM, A.M I'.M PM.
Kahuku ):ts ... aoti
Wilalua i:i. ... .'.o
Walanac ......... ... t.iu . .." ),$)
Ewa Mill v.o t . i of 4:it
Pc.rlClly 'ill lot i). 4:11
Honolulu tt.n I;)) l.c; y.ttt
F 0. SMITH, Oen'l 1'uhb. & Ticket Agt.
0. P. DBNIBON, Buperlntendent
The Hawaian Realty and
Maturity Co., Ltd.
Dealers In real estate, loans, mort
gagee,, etc. Agents New Hampshire
Fire Insurance Company.
General Business and Financial Bro
Offices Rooms 3 and 4, Mclntyre
building.; P. 0. Box 262; Phone
THE MIRl liS
"No, 1 haven't played baoetall thli
summer," the fat ox-raaBcot of tbo
LlRhtfoot Miles told some friends tho
other day, saj's the New York Bun.
"My Interest in tho national gaino.
as Krent oh ever; my arm baa lout
none of Its old-time running, my leu
aro as nimble as of yore, but my eyu
sight la rapidly going bark on m?.
Not but what I've known ball players
with eye trouble good plnynrn with
bad trouble but they've labored un
der difficulties which I should never
core to attempt. . or example. Well,
lot me se'e. There was big Will Bey
more, our old tecoud baseman. Talc
Iuk ever) thing Into consideration I
should ray that he wag about the boj;
player with bum blinkers that I ever
knew. He wasn't nearsighted or far
sighted nor was ha cross-eyed. Dut
bis peepers were both so gol durnod
ugly-lfoklng that each Inctlnctlvely
turned nway from the other M far aa
possible. Squint-eyed, wnll-oyeil, nr
something like that. Just the opposltn
from cross-eyed, y' know.
'Why. It was so bad that whneer
Will Seymore crossed a crowded
street he was able to watch for trol
ley In both directions without sti
much as turning n hair. And once
while marching In a political puradts
with his head straight to the front he
dttmfounded the captain with tbo 'n-
formation that the men on earh end
of the line were out of step. 1 really
do believe that ir that man ban ever
trlod to take a philosophical view ol
the present, he'd hnvc got vlcwn nf
both the dim past and the distant fti
"The first time Slugger UurrowB, the
captain of the Mghtfoot Lilies, cvr
saw Seymore was In New York tho
ear of thf Ilrothorbood league, ir
you remember, the nrothcrnood
grounds vnre on the block nbov.i
those of the Nntlor.nl league. Bey
mora was standing on the roof of .1
hansom In the street between tnom
watching both games at tho wm'
time. I tlont know how the bluzger
ever got next to his ability nil a bull
toaser. but be did all right, for tan
days later Seymore was out In Jom 1
county holding down second base for
us In the practice games preparatory
to tno big championship match with
the Ringtail Roarers.
"And say, maybe His Byelete wasn't
the real thing, though! Ho wotill
itand there on second facing the plate,
with one looker fastened on third and
the other staring the rnnner at first
base square In the face. It would
have taken better than a.stcond-iitory
man to have stolen a base' oh that
guy. Hut it was his stick work that
attracted most attention In tho gano
v,ith the Ringtail Roarers. Three sin
gles, one homer and three bases on
balls out of seven times at bat, He
seemed I.) know Just when tho ball
was (omlng over, and tricky curve)
anil shoots that would hnvo fooled
ioven the Slusgur himself bail no ter
rors for big Will Seymore. Still that
wasn't so remarkable when all tlin
rlrcmiistrnces of the case uro taken
Into consideration. Yon uvs when lu
was at the bat whlin one eye wan gaz
ing Intently at the pitcher, tho other
looker was carefully scanning tho
catcher. In that way he was able '.')
reati the latter s signals and in conse
quence knew Just what kinf of a ball
to expert from the former.'
What were his troubles then? I'm
coming to that. Throughout tliq flm
eight innings or the big game bjs'fleld
Ing was above reproach, and tho Ring
tail Roarers were looking like new
business for the undertaker. Then tho
unforeseen happened. Cy Priest, tho
llrst man up for the Roarers, drow his
base on balls. Will had him covered
with hltf left optic and that, of course,
focused his other looker over on lo
third. On the next ball pitched Cy
made a dash for second. Our catcher
shot the bnll down to nip him off, and
thud! Four teeth and a broken
noso; that's all. Don't se It? Why,
since Will had one eye levelled on
first and tie other on third, tho ball,
thrown from home, came right In bo.
tween his two lines of vision. Just
where ho couldn't sea It.
"Now Seymore was too good a
player to release for a httlo niisfor
luno like that. When he recovered
from his Inlurles Mifllrlently to Bhn
upTor praollce '.Knln we tried lmvlns-
1110 caunur injow to miner first or
third where tb,e. baseman would pass
me nan along to teennd, Hut tliW
method was too slow. Uvcry min.
woman nntl child who had tho best
Interests of the Ughtfoot Ulioa ar.
heart th.n f 'o hlnklug to discover,
tome way In which It would bo pos.
tlblo to keep Sejmorc nt second. It
was old 1)00 (MaflenbTih, tho town
h)slrlan and oculist. .who finnllc
solved the problem. Ho rigged up 0
pair or horse blinders lined with look
ing glasses. These mirrors -were ar
rciiged nt such angles in to unabirt
Seymore tu ste all objects directly In
front of him.
'Well. His Bycletp was lliklcd nil
over when the scheme was first men
tioned -to him. een when he was told
that be would probably have to wour
tho new paraphernalia nlpit untl day
mi tinier 10 get tiseii to seeing line oth
er ptople. Hij talft no sacrifice could
lie loo great to make for the. imtioiml
"After he'd been In his now lmmeM
ror a couple of dayr, however, h b-
ean to look at matters In n dtflcr"iit
I'glil, flguratlvily as, well an lllorally.
,!lo began to demur; then to frot and
liime. KInnlly. eleven days lifter tho
I nt rod Met Ion til the i.-xperlmt nt. bo
b-ilkcd completely lie rnslied In'o
Pott (Jmiclienbitsh's orfiee, tore tho
blinders from 111s faeu and slung thct-i
iiq;alnst the wall, shattering tho mir
rors Into a thousand bits.
"Take vour clurned harness!' h
yelled angrily. 'As for me, baseball
Recorded October 17, 1901.
W, II. Cutnmings to A. tavy; lots
4 and 6, biocK U, Kapalaiua' llouo
tuiti, oaiiu; asuU. ilooiv zto, pngo Si,
oa.ed ('ciober 11, ID... '
I). N. 1'oinaio to' Walanac Com
pany; deed; tnreoelghths interest in
ic. 1. Wri. Kill. 7451, 1'uhawat, Wal
anac, Oanti; uUU. itooK -et, pago
380. Dated October 1, 19UJ.
T. V. ljinsing and wlie 10 M. P.
H. Oat; deeu; lot 42, block A 01 Grant
34Uu, Kiilaoknnua, Honolulu, Onnu; II,
Hook 2i9, pago ti5. Dated October 5,
S. I. It. Kahillna and husband to
B. C. Allen; mortgago;,iots 11, 1:', 1.1,
1C and 18, Kallhl road, Honolulu, On
nu; fMw, payanlo quarterly at 8 par
cent. Hook iZH, page 403. Dated Oc
tober IS, 1901.
M. K. Hnrbottlu and husband to
d. C. Allen; utortgnge; portion Ap.
1, It. . 7033, Kin. 177S, nulla. Ho
nolulu, Oahu; 200, ono month at 9
per cunt per annum. Hook iii;, p.iga
46G. Dated October 1C, 1901.
H. .1, Cunnlngnam aim husband to
M .II, Whitney; dceil; lot 42, I'awaa
tract, Honolulu, Oahu; $2000. Hook
HV. page (if. ualcd April 3J, 1901.
Kn Hynlt Ascti and husband 10 A.
d. I'arke; mortgage; lot 2, corner I'a
uahl and Illvtir streets, Honolulu. Oa
Hit; $1000, ono and one ban years at
11 per cent. Hook 22ti, pago 4tf. Dat
ed October 17, 1901.
Recorded October 18, 1801,
C. II. Rlshop to J. O. Carter ct at.;
Irustco deed; piece land, Konnlo
d.rcct, Honolulu, Oahu, deposits,
slocks, etc. Hook 22S, page 381. Dat
ed October 11. l'JOl.
Theo. F. I.anslng and wife to H. r
Wlchman; deed; 4 U2-100 acres land,
Kaneloi, Koolaupoko, Oahu; tlG2.
Uook 225, page 383. Dated October
Lau Bee to Knsblwaliara: Icaso:
portion It. P. 177, kapaakca, Honolu
lu, Oahu; ten years at JIM. Hook
22S. page 212. Dated Octobor 17, 1901.
Sing Kew to Wung Chow; assign
ment of leaBu; piece land, lleretanla
street, Honolulu. Oahu; II. Hook :;
pago 215. Dated August 21, 1901.
Wong unow to rang Kang cjhee;
assignment of lease; piece land, ller
etanla street, Honolulu, Oahu; $1.
Hook 228, pago 2 Hi. Dated October
Recorded October 19, 1901.
Kama! to Asl? leaso: piece land mid
four lols, Honolulu!!, Ewn, Oahu; teni1'0 "elllng nt a loss-at less In fact
years lit $50. Hook 228. pago 217. Dat
c-tt fieptemner 17, lwoi.
be bust! Do you think I'm going to
be bothered turning my bentl overy
ttmo I want to look lu a window?'
"jjcymoro look the first train out W
town. Tho last I heard of film be win
coi Ing slioplilliTB tor n big Chicago
Another American girl gono wroug;
only the world of fashion will uphold
.nr action In choosing to marry a for
eigner of Count lloson do Pcrlgord's
.inenge and wealth. It Is to be hoped
this International marriage will prove
happier than others, but Miss Helen
Morton bus had every opportunity -of
studying a problem which so manylliotiuty. It must collapse altogether un
Amerlmn lielres. sny
iulved to their own satisfaction, for
she, too, may have found one of the
model husbands. In spite of tradition
and recorded experiences. It Is be
lieved Count lloson Is the favo.rlte sou
of bis mother, who has figured In the
public e)c ever since she seized her
Imbecile husband, the Prince do Sagun,
and cnrrled him off from bis poor old
father, tho Duke de Talleyrand. Jly
this bit of domestic strategy the re
nowned Princess de Sagan was enabled
soon after to take "the greater title' of
Duchess de Talleyrand and Sngan, and
then came tho scandal of selling tho
contents of ono of the finest ami Oldest
Jbateaus In Krance. llut what cared
this masterful lady? She baa treas
ures unnumbered, and one of the larg
est fortunes In Kuropo, and there
would be no romance lu life without
x few family feuds to lend It spice.
Chatterer In Hoston Herald.
"Boston," he remarked, as he look
cd up from tho paper, "is using port'
auie senool nouses.
Sho was Interested at once.
"Oh. that must be Just .too flue for
anything!" she exclaimed. "I wish
they'd try that plan In Chicago. You've
no Idea bow hard It Is to got Johnny
of? to school Mn tho morulng. abd If
they only bad a portable school house
that would call at tho door for him
every morning It would lighten my
labors enough to m'ako mo feel ten
Years lounger. Why In tho world
can't we be as progressive as they
are In llostou?" Chicago Post, y
It Is a Real Pleasure to us to speak
favorably of PAIN-KH.I.KR. known al
most universally to bn a good and aafe
remedy for burns und other pulns of
the body It I.i vulimhlc not only tor
coius in winter, but for various summer
complaints, and should be In every
family. The casualty which demands
1. mnw Ann... onnn-nu ll..l.ll.n A.1-
b .1.1. I..U4V M,, 1, It,.. illill.lllll ,, , n,
vocnle. Avoid substitutes, thero Is but " ''avemeyr und Clans Spreckels. on
mo Paln-Klllcr, Peny DnvhV. Price ll1" hK'"" beet Industry will be watch
25c. and 50c. eil with Interest,
rj-r- tj y -?if v -?3 -."V a w - -f2 mfn-fii-f -fi! -w -w -v -?a -s y ?i!
Mr. MacTuvlsh (hIio has never
Ble; y csnna play that thing here!"
1 , ,
(Rochester '(N. Y.) Herald.
A recent move by II. O. Havemeyer,
presblenfof the Sugar Trust, Is likely
to open the eyes of thoso good people
who strive to believe, with Mark linn-
na, that the trust Is a good thing or
that there aro no trusts. Krom his
oDIco In New York City last Tuesday
morning Mr. Havemeyer authorized
what Is regarded as one of the most
sensational cuts ever made In the price
01' refined sugar. This c lit was slightly
In excess of one and a, half cents per
pound and It reduces the price of
giaiiulntcd sugar to three and n half
rents a pound.
At first glance tho consumer la
tempted to welcome a cut In the price
of sttgar and to bless the trust that
makes It; but It Is necessary to follow
Mr, llnvemeyer's action a little deeper
than the surface In order to appre
ciate Its real philanthropy. This cut
lu tho price of sugar is not universal;
It applies only to certain specified lo
calities and those localities arc tho
sections of the country where the beet
siigXr Industry has gained a foothold.
In sutrt, the Sugar Trust finds tho beet
sugar Industry becoming stronif
enough to do business and prosper a
little, so the Sugar Trust strikes lint
In mennt to be a deadly thrust at tho
young but growing Industry anil hopes
to kill It nt n single blow.
It seems that the beet sugar mnnu
fm tutors make contracts for the tlo-j
llvrry of their product at prices based
on tho selling price of the Sugar Trust
at the tlmo of delivery. Now the Su-
'gar Trust keeps tho prices of Its goods
Iprcttv stiff, its consumers know, and
llic licet sugar men are able to sell
their product at a discount nf about
ten points on the trusts llguies. With
tiust sugar selling at, say, G.03 cents
net, the beet sugar men could dispose
of their entire product at ten points
below that figure and still be selling
lit a profit. Hut,, with tho trust II gum
cut down to three and a half cents In
the beet sugar territory, the beet su
gar men. If they live up to their con
tracts, will be forced to receive less
than three and a half cents n pound for
their sugar; and at that price. It Is
claimed on good authority, they would
than the cost of manufacture. It Is
expected that the beet sugar nmntifac
turers. In order to save themselves,
will repudiate their contracts to the
extent of refusing to recogulze the cut
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utl.lfl .1 III,.- UUBI, lltlQIIIF, iie-ir IlClllllll
on the technical ground that It la
rillnnnu nnil lit mslpnln nf lent.. " I
Hero Is presented a cry Interesting
and elevating spectacle. The Sugnr
Trust, uhosn existence Is made possi
ble by the Republican high protective
tariff, makes war on the bret sugar
manufacturers, who have enjoyed tbo
double benefit or protective tariff and
gowrnment bounty. Surely, If beetltiustee., dated October 13tn. A. D
sugnr could not be produced at a 1 1897, recorded lu l.lber 171, pages 34f
profit In this country without supple-
mentlng a high protective tariff with a
they bavoder attacks like these by the BrrHXSMS
Trust. Tho government protects tho
Sugar Trust against the .foreign man
ufacturer; will It now be kind enough
to protect the beet sugar manufacturer
ngnlnst the destructive greed of the
The territory chiefly nffected by this
aggressive move by the Sugar Trust
Ilea within the States or Utah. Colora
do, California, and Nebraska. Henry
It., Oxnard, president nf the American
llt-ct Sugar Association, makes tho
statement that the association "Tins
twenty-eight refineries under way and
that It expects to build half a score
more within tbo year. These beet
sugar refineries obtain their raw
product from a vust urea devoted to
tha cultivation of the sugar beet. If
Ibo Sugar Trust succeeds In driving
tun sugar beet retlncrlCB out nf busl
tiess which Is Its evident Intention
the sugar beet Industry will be killed
In this country nnd tho hundreds of
men employed In th cultivation of
the beets and In the refineries will bo
No possible benefit to the consumer
could result from such an outcome of
the attack by the Sugar Trust on the
sugar beet industry. In the end It
would mean stirrer prices, ror, ir the
light were prolonged, 'the victor would
nnd It necessary to recoup his .expendi
tures and his losses represented by
such Items aa the trust's cut of re
fined sugar to three and a half cents
lr jiound In the sugnr beet territory.
Verily tho trust Is a "good thing" for
Itself, but a bad thing for the con
miner who Is forced to pay Its arbl
tiarlly maintained prices; and a had
thing for the young and struggling In
dustry that develops sufficient strength
to be regarded as a competitor of tho
trust. The outcome of the nttiick of
the Sugnr Trust, headed by such men
n an ar trumpetli "Na, na. ma map
vmm mmmMi mm
SOBHKMll r,g51Pr'Vssi,W IsLU IIH'iHi"
sWl 'sAvsy ffM'n Mate-
MEN! DO YOU!
f A ,w alviJiVlk.
l2 JV&L P'SrI
f 7b 4 X )5yaHtjwltl
energy, weak kidneys, 'pains in the back, head, chest and shouldri
from varicocele and Its allleJ weaknesses, etc, arc woak In electrici
ty. My Kloctrlc Ilelt restores his life In a fow weeks and cures ov
ery time. If It fails I ask 1.0 pay.
Describe your caso to mc, and If I say I can euro you I will
guarantee to do so.
Drugs won't restoro your strength. Tboy only stimulate If yo.l
have to tnko a stimulant, take whisky. Taken in moderation It dooa
less narm than tho others.
"Kvery sign or pain an I weakness haB disappeared. I appre
ciate what your licit has done for me," writes J. Schwarz, Color
Idge, Trinity County, Cal.
I will gladly send you my book on this subject. It has S3
pages of meat to pcoplo wt-.o want more "fire." Healed, free.
CAUTION. Makers of old-style, blistering and burning belt
aro now ottering Imitation!) of my Hells and Klectrodea. I.OOK
I tnko Imltalotis of my belt In trade. Just to show how much bet
ter mine Is. Call today or wrltu. Consultations free.
dr. m.g. Mclaughlin,
A T. HACHNKAMP. Mnrniger.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF FORE
CLOSURE AND OF SALE.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH TIIK
tuotlslons of a certain mortgage, made
, 1. . i-.l...l.....l.(. f ..ll.l nl Hiitnn tvfl
ilmlm(lk UM. his wife, or llonoliilu
iMunii f oahu. to Oeorgo I.. Desha
d 3I, notice is hereby given tha
Itie AiongHKt-u-inieiiiiB i iuiuiiu3 tuv
s-tino for conditions broken, to wit:
tbo exnlretlon of three weeks from tho
data of this notice, the property con-
invoil lit bald Mnrtiput-n u-ill tin Mnli,
at Public Auction, at tbo auction rooms
ol Jas. V. Morgan. Esq.. In Honolulu,
on Saturday, tho 9th day of Novem
her. 1901, at 12 noon of said day.
Further particulars can be hail or
Achl & Johnson, attorneys for tho
Dated Honolulu. October 14th, 1901.
(1KO. U DKSIIA. Trustee,
The promises, 'covered by said
mortgage, consist of: I-and situated
it Kipahnlii, Honolulu aforesaid, and
building thereon, being lots 11, 12, 17
and 18, In block 6. Knpahulu lots, con-
muiim nil men ui ii.,iu'F milium it-T-i,
tporo particularly described In n deed
01 C. Wliinnt, trustee, to said Mort -
iiinliig an area or 19,I0) sqtiarn feet.
euiror. KalnilnioKu i.ulkl. uatei ue -
ceiuber 23d, A. D. JS'.'fi. and recorded
In I.lber Htf. pages 4G3 and 46.
llifi'.i Oct. I, 23. 30; Nov. C.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Tho undersigned, having been duly
appointed Administrator of tho oa
tnte of Henry Congdon, late of Hono
lulu. Island of Oahu, deceased, notlco
Is hereby given to all persons to
present their claims against the es
tate ot said Henry Congdon, deceas
ed, duly authenticated, whether secur
ed by mortgage or otherwise, to tho
unucrsigncti, at ins omce un mcrcnaur
street. In the city of Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, within six mouths from tho
date heri-of. or they will b$ forever
barred, and all persons Indebted to
said estate nnt hereby requested to
make Immedlato payment to the un
dersigned. CHARLES PHILLIPS,
Administrator Estate of Henry
Dated Honolulu. Sept. 30. 1901.
1951 Oct. 2, 9. 16, 23, 30.
J. D. tlewett X
,. j. WILLIAMS
HART & CO.,
rHE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Cteam and Water Ices.
Chocolates and Conftcllonj.
HimlnotH Mnn'ti Lunch
The bt In thecl'v: lino a.m. nii,m,
ANNIS iVlONTAGUE TURNER
will retx-Ue a limited number of miptle
Term commencing on and after Sep
, 1024 Bcretania Bt,
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ISLAND OF MUJI.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Cosllnga Oil
Tlelds of California.
Proven oil lands, completely' sur
rounded by as rich oil-producing wells
is thero aro In the State, yielding front
0 to 250 barrels 'per day.
Contract prices for oil at the Coal
nga wells, 70 centB per barrel.
With twenty-live producing wells of
00 barrels each per day, you can
mkn our own calculation as to
The oil Industry of California Is In
Its Infancy, yet many fortunes bava
been made by Judicious and lucky In
vestments In oil Block. Many mor
will be made In the near future.
Tho uveragu advance on original
aa! of oil stock In twenty loading
comtianlcs In California has beon
from $1 to $108 per share.
Oil lands bavo advanced from $1.25
to $1,000 and $2,000 per acre.
When tho Pacific Union Oil Com
pany has a number of producing wells
on Its property. Its stock will have
the same show for even a greater ad
vance, as some oil stock has advanced
from $1 to $1,500 per share.
The Pacific Union Oil Company nis
no salaried olDcers. and Is controlled
by well-known gentlemen of Integrity,
who will seo tnat tho money derived
from tho .sale of stock will bo lcglti-
, - ,. , .. . .,,-.,., .
piatcly applied to tho development of
." property. ...
' rur .uiui...a.i..M, hi . .
II. KISHER & CO.. Stock and Hond
lirokers, and Hawaiian agents ror the
snlo or a limited amount ot Pacific
Union Oil Company stock. Stangep
wald building. Merchant street.
Notice is hereby given that Mr. B.
II. Prlel Is no lonaer In tho employ of
this company, and Is not authorised to
collect or receipt for monies due this
company. U.MON FEUD CO., LTD.,
liy K. .. Macforlanc, Mgr.
All iiersons owing tho Honolulu
Stock-yards Co., Ltd., are requested
tu mnkn Immediate payment at their
office, King street.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
c a. Rica ,
SOIL FREE OF CHARGE.
Anyone needing soil or filling can
have tho same by applying to Hono-
'lulu Ilrcwlng Co., .Queen street, Ho
The undersigned will not be respon
sible tor any debts Incurred In his
name without his written authority.
M. J. HORDES. Kallhl.
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night watchmen furnished ror bulM
Ings, business property and residence.
Builders will do well to consult Bon
ers in regard to watchmen.
Shooting over the lands and sot
ttahi-rles of Kukilluaco (adjacent to
Ala Moana, lloucli road) Is hereby
strictly prohibited. Anyone found so
doing will bu prosecuted.
Ili03-7t K.O.D. VICTORIA WARD.
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