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Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of thin lino will arrive and leave this port a. hereunder:
FROM SAN PIlANHIRPn
ALAMEDA VOV i
VENTURA" Nov! 20
ALAMEDA NOV. 23
ntrn l .o u.,? nVll!..U'e SalllnK of t,,e above mm. tHe agents aro pre-
Ynrt i S . FrIU!c.lsC,? t0 nI1,"ol8 hc United States, and from Now
York by any steamship lino to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS AI'I'I.Y TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
, Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Risen 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. FOR 8AN FRANCI8CO.
iiui .11 ah u out. w
wa.;i.h; Nov. 14
HONUKONTJ MA11U NOV. 2i
CHINA NOV. 3'J
DORIC Ui;0. 10
NIPPON MAIIU DEC. 18
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION
H. HACKFIBLO &
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers ot tho above, line, running In connection wlu the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between aiicouer. U C. and Sydney, N.S.V.,
and calling at Victoria, II. C, Honolulu and Hrlsbane, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below stated, i fz.:
From Vancouver anu Victoria, B. 0.
(For Ilrlsbanc and Sydney.)
MOANA NOV. 2.5
MIOWEItA i DEC. 21
Through Tickets Issued Irom Honolulu to Canada, United States and
Europe. Tor Freight and Passage and all general Inrurmutlon, apply to
Thco. H. Da view & Co.. Ltd., Genl Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
S. S. HAWAIIAN. 6.000 tons, to sail about Oct. 20.
ft. 8. OREGONIAN. 6.000 tons, to sail about Dec. 10.
i. S. CALIFORNIA, 6.000 tons, to sail about Jan. 10.
8. S. AMERICAN, 6.000 tons, to sail
Freight received at Compaq's wl nrf, 42nd Street. South Brooklyn, at
all times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Frelflht Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
ACROSS 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.
t H. LOTHROP, General Agent.
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
'b. W. HITCHCOCK. Oeneral Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St, San Francisco.
. L. LOMAX, O. P. & T. A.,
1471 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 tho cars, or at the company's office
on Alapal street. These v. Ill be good
for the transportation of school chil
dren up to IT years of age In goln?
to and coming from school, between
tho hours of 7:30 and 9:30 a. in., and
1 'and 2:30 p. m. on regular school
C. C. Balleniyne.
1938-lin Mgr. H. It. T. &I..C.
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORT8.
Subscribers to tbo BULLETIN
not.rccciring thtir jupcrs promiitl
will coufer a favor by notifying tb'f
Btuiness Oinw; TiJishftiie 266.
l'Olt SAN FRANCISCO.
VENTURA OCT. 29
ALA.MKIM NOV. 19
SIERRA NOV. 19
ALAMEDA DEC. 4
iioxr.Ko.vo MAmt aw. 1
NIl'l'ON MAIIU ,
APPLY TO P. M. S. S. CO.
CO, LTD. AGENTS.
l-rom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Vklorla and Vancouver, II. C.)
MIOWEItA NOV. 20
AOitANKl .... . DEC. IK
MOANA ..JAN. 15
YOD CAN DO IT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the croon evced Kauai.
MINIMUM a tfen
Hoielili Office, 315 Fort St.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for our message
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KING STNhET LINE.
Cri Itavt W Ik lit! for town al . a. dm.(kam
n4 tvery is mlnut thercattrr ti I 1941. nln and
11 jj r m. from wa kiki eo mint tiininou siicics.
Ctii Itavt R Rinsr nt Pawaa twlicb for town at
S sjA.M. anJ tvery 11 mtnuitftihtrraittrtlll n.otp.M
Car Icavt Fort and King ttrem corner for Palama
at 6 10 a M. and tvr i) alnuti after till 11 ts
Cart leave for Palama onlv at i an 4 so A M,
Car leave Palama for Walkikl 5 4) a m. and every
is nilnute till 9 s f M . then at to t j and 10 4 P.m.
Tn it.is P.M. Irom Palama ttrPuna'iou only toet
to walkikl on Saturday.
Car leave I ort and King ttrcett corner for Klfle
Range at s m and . p a.m.
Car leave holt ani Klnr? tttrtt corner for Walkikl
atto$A h. andevery 15 mmutei tilt lootp.M then al
10 is and ti.') P.M. The 11 js P.M. bw to Walkikl
BERETAN1A STRELT AND t'Vl'ANU VALLEY
Care leave Punahou Stitle tor Town at 1 y and
for Tun and Valley at 5 40 S jo 6 iu Vm 6 40 1 and
? ao A M.
Can leave Oilw Collect lor tow i and Valley at
6 jo 6 so and t 10 a and eer 10 mtnutes till 10 to
P.M. except the even hour and hall, hour tart which
run from the Stable,
Cat leave Nuuanu Valley at 6 10 6 10 6 30 A,M and
every 10 minute thereafter till 10 jq p.m.
Car leave fort and Queen ttreet for Punahou
Collect at t 05 6 t j 4 4S a M and every 10 minute
after till 9 ei P.M. After that the cars run M the
b U bit up to 1 1 jcfM, which 1 the Iat car from Town,
reaching the Stab e at ii uPM.
O R. & L. Co.
Krom and after' January 1, 899.
STATION'S mtv nil
(OjiiJ . Sun DAILY r Sun PAILV DILV
A.M A M. A M. I'.AV I' M.
M&rolutu . . ta vh itoj ) is j 10
K.4II Cll , 8 tj U4V II 40 ) 4? I
Ewl Mltl S i to 8 l.w 4 0 6
W.linj. .... io vo 4 .j
Wjlalu. . . . u iv .... s 41 .
K.nUKl II 4 o 15 ....
(Inw.lJ) . Sun. KAIIV KAILV DIILV
A M. A At I' M P.M.
K.huku s II .S
VVaIjIua ... . l.io . to
Wit.ni. i io .. u
I A Alllt ...... 110 Till l ol 4.
Perl City .... on 8 oi t o 4 l
Honotu u a in 811 to j6
V C. SMITH. (lon'J PaBs. & Ticket Agt.
Q. P. DENISON, Superintendent
Dealers is Real Estate and
WE deal In all kinds of Real Estate,
Mortgages, Leases, Etc.; do first-class
Typewriting, Copying, Etc.
WE are General Agents New Hamp
shire Fire Insurance Co., of New
Hampshire, U. S. A.
WE afford and operate one of tho
moil successful plans before the pub
lic for smnll Investors to sac and
cam a monthly sum. Pay to us $2
per month and we secure you by n
Debenture Bond, bearing Interest
from date of Issuance. Apply for par
The Hawaiian Really
and Maturity Co., Ltd.
Office Rooms 3-4, Mclntyre, Bldg
'Phone Main 141.
MIKES WAR TALK FOR
London, Oct. 10. Tho lU-atli of the
Ameer of Afghanistan may cause will
between Russia and England.
"It Is regarded here ns certain that
there will be un outbreak of civil war
In Afghanistan," says a dispatch from
St. Petersburg tn tho Dally Mall,
arising from the claims of the fourth
son of the late Ameer, Mohammed
Umah Khan, who Is favored by Rus
Telegrams were sent to Kush to
day, ordering large reinforcements of
Russian troops along the frontier to
be In readiness. If necessary, to seize
Russia has had her eve on Herat for
generations. Lord Heaconsfleld culled
Herat "the key to India."
The stories of Russian military ac
tivity in tho Afghan border are gen
erally discredited here. In diplomatic
elrcl" It Is declared that Russia will
not act until the internal Afghan sit
uation develops, and then affairs In
other parts of the world must be fa
vorable for such a movie.
Rui-sla, it is asbertcd, has walled
many years to begin her march on
I'idij and for that reason the diplomats
do not believe that she has tnken u
hasty step now.
Lato advices from Cabnl rcpoit all
quiet In that section of Afghanistan.
Lord Curznn, the Viceroy, has fixed
November Oth, King Edward's blrth
I'ny. for the Inauguration of the admin
istration of the new Northwest frontier
province. A start bus been appointed,
with Colonel Deunc us Chief Coining
Moner. The serv lies of the members of
the Punjnub Commission, now In the
frontier districts, will be retain-il in
order to cause ns little admlulstr itlvo
disturbance ns possible.
Washington, Oeu M. Mnnpils Itr
arrived In "Washington this atternoou.
1(0 was met at tho railroad station by
Japanese Minister Takahlra ami tlm
emlro legation stnfr and escorted t
tno Arlington Hotel, where lie will rn
maln during his stay In this cltj. To
night the Marquis was entertained ut
dinner at tlTe legation.
Only tin-visiting party, which In ml
dltian to tho Mnnpils Included K.
Tsiidzukl, former Vice Minister of Tor
elgn Affairs; S. Toklokn, and tliu
liuimbcrs or the legatlou staff, were
present nt tlie dinner.
Marquis Ito would not be seen, be
ing IntllspoHed. but Tsiidzukl, who is
authorized to speak lor him, said:
"I leally cannot say whether Japan
will Join with the other nations In iu
ganf to the settlement with China. I
know our country signed the proto
ro I with the others, hut I cnuiiiit say
just what will be done rnrthur. It may
hu necessary that China have n new
lommereinl treaty with Japan Tliu
Mnrquls rnnnot say whnt wo will want
or ask for In this connection. 1 1 has
not, I am quite sure, any pronounced
views on tho question of a Pacific cu
bic, except that he, like all the list of
...0 peoplf, would be pleased to see a
cable laid. Marquis Ito Is muc'h pleuti
cd at the advances this Government
has made In the East, as wo arc, aud
he and all or us .hope to see further
development there on their part."
Tomorrow the Marquis will visit the
State Department and also pay his re
spects tn President Hnosevelt. In tho
evening he will leave tor Nuw York
and thence go to New Haven, wberu
hu Is to receive the hoiiorais ilcKruti
01 1. 1.. 11. irom rnie university, lie
win leave iieiorc November tor Eng
land tin Ills way home.
McKINLUY MEM -RIAL ARCH.
Washington, Oct. 20. Commission
er MeKnrland, as president of the Wil
liam MeKluley Nntlonnl Memorial
Arch Association, has received cor
dial acceptances of their elec-ilon an
vice president nl the association troui
Admiral uewcy, t'resluent tliot of
tinrvard Unlveislty, Chief Justice ful
ler, Cnidlnnl (llblmns, Walter H. Lo
gan, president of tho hons of the Ilov
uliillnu; Hector Conaty of the Cntho
llc I'nlverslty of America, and lllshop
Edwin C. Andrews ot the Methodist
Episcopal Church, who was selected
by the family to deliver the nildrcbt.
at the runerul of President McKlnloy
at the Capitol at Washington. Admir
al Dewey wrote: "I will willingly ac
cept this appointment, with high ap
pi relation nl the honor shown me."
Hector Conaty wrote: "I accept Hih
appointment nml am gratelul tor the
honor. I fully indorso the movement
and feel confident of Us biicccss. 1
shall he glad to do all In my power to
promoto the Interests o( tne nssot la
tlun" i j
Frimk AUConnick Demi.
Alameda, Oct. SO. Frank II. McCor
illicit, general freight agent of the Chi
cago, Hock Island and Pacific Itallmad
Company nt San Irnnclscn, died at hi
homo In this city, tbOo Cenunl uvenue,
last night. Drat., was duo to a com
plication of diseases which affected
tho heart. Deceased was a native ot
Ohio, aged M years. Hu came to Pal
Iroiula when but a boy of IS and hnd
been n resident of this city slrcv lbM.
Mngarlnes bound by tho ENENl.'
MARQUIS ITO PARTY
ARRIVES IN Mil
BVEN1NQ BtrLLBTlN, HONOLULU. H. T.. MONDAY,
Instruments Filed for Record Octo
ber 26, 1901.
D. Nnolwl et nl. Mrs. M. David. .1).
L. j. McCandless J. A. and J, L.
Kcnuhullhla Wnlanac Co
J. I). Holt, Jr., and wife T. E.
Cook ct al 1)
M. Poepoo ct nl. Mrs. I.. Wnla-
N. Kahnulello II. Hnckreld &. Co..D.
Kala Wllllnms ct al. Polly Illrd....D
I.uda Palla Pulewla M
i:. It. Hath Honolulu lion Works
Portuguese Mutual IlencfK ooclety
of Hawaii A. C. Pestann Hel
Admr. Estato A. C. Pestann John
John Ouderklrk The Hank of Ha
waii, Ltd M.
II. Makahalupa Hev. W. N. I.ono.,1)
Instruments Filed for Record Octo
ber 28, 1901.
M. Ilaptlsta 1. P. Dlas I).
M. J. I'urtailo K. Turtado I).
J. and V. Furtado M. J. I'urtaiHi. ,D.
l. Shelchl K. Slem IIS.
II. tllles M .A. Schroder ltd.
Mallana M. (lenett Agrt.
Ohl D. Klhel U.S.
.N'ahau II Illrch U.
K. A. Ionian, Jr. J. J. Grace ...
J. I'lores, Jr.. and vvlfo J. S. Ca-
nnrlo , U.
C. Itoss and husband M. C. Fuhr
M. A. da Costa nnd husband M. do
M. Jnrdln I).
3. Konla M. Vlerra D.
M. S. Pacheco and wife M. M. Ho
M. Franco nnd wife J Corieln...!).
W. H. Castle, Tr. Kahulul Hallroad
W. (Irote nnd wife August Ilumku
Recorded October 21, 1901.
J. S. Cnnarlo to Antonio Lawrence.
release; live stocK nnd crop of enne.
lino, Hawaii; Jiinu. tiool; 171. page
Puna Sugar Co.. Ltd.. to II. Hveroft.
deed; piece land. Puna, Hawaii; $1
Uook 22., page .(US. Dated October 19
Territory of Hawaii to John 1'.
Bowler; deed; piece land, South street,
Honolulu, Oahu; $1. Hook 22!. page
"3 Dated October 19. 1901.
Qunng Wn On & Co. ct nl. to Al
but S. Wilcox; deed; Ap. 1, It. P.
19.11. Kallhlwal, llannlci, Kauai; l.'0(l
Uook 229, page 71. Dated October IS
Wong Slice to Albert S. Wllco; re
lensu dower; Ap. 1. it. P. 4931, Ka
tlhlwal, llannlel, Kauai. Hook 22'J
pago "fi. Dated October IS, 1901.
Uugllelmo Marconi to Mnrconl Wiro
less Telegrnph Co., Ltd.; nsslgment;
of Interest In letters patent for Hn
wall; $1. Hook 221, mge M. Dated
November 11, I9rt.
0. K. C. Hooke nnd wife, by at
torney, to Jesse O. Young; deed; por
lion Kul. OKI, Llllhn street, Honolulu,
Oahu; $12r. Hook 229, pugu 7C. Dat
ed October 17, i901.
vong Lai (widow) to Territory of
Hawaii; deed: piece laud, Heretnnla
uvenue, Honolulu, Oahu; 275. Hook
22.'.. page .TJS. Dated October IS. 1901.
John F. Howler nnd wife to Terri
tory of Hawaii; ngreement; to convey
piece innci, itlcharcls anil Merchant
streets, Honolulu, Oahu. Hook 221,
page asii. Dated octoiier I. 1901.
It. Itjcrort nnd wife to Territory or
Hawaii; deed; piece laud (Tor Govern
ment road). Puna. Hawaii: $3onu.
Hook 225. page -low. Dated October 21.
Mary E. Alexander and husband to
Estate W. C. Lunnlllo; mortgage; lot
f. block 21, nml lot II, block 22, Col
lege Hills tract, Honolulu. Oahu:
$23iiii. three years at X per cent. Hook
22(i, pago 4S2. Dated October 17, l'JOl.
Recorded October 22, 1901.
'. K. C. Hooke and wile, by attor
ney, to David Dajton; deed; portion
It. P. t;i)7. I'liuuul, Honolulu, Oahu;
Sllioil. Hook 225, page 1U0. Dated Oc
tuber IS, 11ml.
-I nl In lloweis nnd huxlmtid to Enol.n
Lovell nml wire; deed: Interest In
It. I' 3937. Kul 3370. Nnwlnwlll. LI
hue. Kauai; llfiOO. Dated October 21.
Joe Morris to Ah Hung et al.;
lease; piece laud. King street. Knpa
lama. Honolulu. Oahu; twelve years
nt lino. Hook 228. page 229. Dated
September 27, 1901.
Recorded October 23, 1901.
Sun Cliong Co. to Wong Leoug;
chattel mortgage; three leaseholds,
buildings, crops, etc, Kallua. Koolau
poko, Oahu; 15500. two ycara at 1 per
cent per month. Hook 22B. pago 483.
Dated September 23, 1901.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Portland. Oct. S.-U number of
chnnges have been effected In tho
Aids to Navigation for the Oregon
Coast. A notice has been Issued to
mariners; announcing that the follow,
lug huojs have been Installed in that
dlstrlc t recently:
Coos Hay, channel across tho bar to
Empire and Marshtiflil. page 43 Lone
Tree shoul buoy. No. 10 1-2. a red sec-onil-eliiBS
spar, formerly Lono Tron
t-iiiial buoy, red aud black horizontal
stripes, was movi-d September 9, 1901,
Into twelve feet of water on tho fol
lowing bearings: Hussel Point (south
Imigcut), northeast hair east: Pony
Point (northeast tangent), southeast
ny eusi, JiHir eust; Pony Hend beacon
light, bouthwest three-fourths west
Until Tieo Shoul huo). No. 1 1-2, u
Iduek secoud-elasH spur, was estub-
It. Il4.ll H.uit. .mti.it. (.tit Irml l.t l.ir..lir..
ftet of water, on the following hear
ings: missel) mint (south tangent),
Miuth last by South; Ponv Hend hen
con light, southwest, three-fourths
Columbia ltlver. main ship channel,
from As'iorla to Tongue Point, page
52 Wreck of Silver do Oraee buoy.
No. I, u red tlrst-class nun was remov
ed June 7th, Hull, about 200 feet east
nnrtheust of Its former position, with
out appreciable change In hearings.
PhyHlcInn ContiyictH Lcproxy
Copenhagen, Oct. 17. City Physi
cian Felberg. who recently visited the
West Indies. Is Buffering from n strong
ly developed inso of anaesthetic lop
rcsy, wliii h lie Is believed to have cou
tructul from n woman patient whom
ho attinded while In tho West Indies.
The mte Is legaidcu us hopeless.
K W Vj3l.rlcHoilyltnttcr
erutffTC?lf,i( $W 'way w'tttD'ue.l Irvn-
0-iSA-. 'rs I'l o AJJ'M.
'&)'- 1'inncn !i.i:cTkic co.
"1'" 6J0 M"kt St.. b. P.
OCT01IER 28, 1901.
Victoria, Oct. Ifi. Mr. Hocklilll the
commission who represented the Unit
ed Stales In the negotiations between
the allies nnd China, arrived In the
city this morning by the Empress of
Japan on his way to Washington, Ho
carries u ropy of the protocol between
China and the Powers, which was re
cently signed by the representatives of
the various nations Interested. He will
proceed direct to Washington by tho
Affairs In China have resumed their
normal state, the commissioner said In
an Interview, nnd he did not anticipate
any further outbreak, but there was no
telling what would happen in China
The so-c.illed insurrections In Knnsu
and Manchuria, he said, were simply
local uprisings, which hnd been very
Three hundred Chinese troops enter
ed Peking on September 17, and the
kes of the gate were handed over to
Prince Chlug, with elaborate nnd bril
liant ceremonies. All the troops wcro
withdrawn, with the exception of the
legation guards, nnd guards nt the rail'
way stations. Since the Tientsin nf
fair, there have been no trouble over
the railway from the coast to Peking,
which Is controlled by the Urltlsh, In
fact the commercial Interests seemed
to be tuklng charge of tho country,
and u commission was being orgnnlzed
to conduct commercial negotiation?
This commission will revise the
ttcatles and arrange for tliu opening of
more ports. The commissioner Is of
opinion that the work nf the commis
sion will bring about a much better
state of affairs..
Wiiiluku. Oct. 20. Walluku and La
balna have vied with each other In
making the stuy of both Superinten
dent llo) il and Assistant Campbell both
pleasant nnd profitable. Last Thurs
day afternoon, a grand lunu was given
in their honor at Judge Knlua's Iao
valley home, nnd a large number ot
Walluku's representative men nnd wo
men were present to do honor to tliu
occasion. Two long tables were laid
within the beautiful encoanut leaf
lannl, and both tables were laden with
eatables of nil kinds. For over two
solid bouts the guests nearly n hun
dred nit down nt the banquet table
and did ample Justice to tho most en
Hon. A. N. Kepolknl otTcrcd a toast
to Mr. Hojcl to which he responded
with a short speech of public Import
ance, for It refened to the vital ques
tions of thn Walluku water works
cscrvolr ami roads. Mr. Hoyd was
In Walluku over twenty-five ears agq
hut be did not realize that Walluku
roads had become worse and worse
since then. However , he promised
public- Improvements for Walluku
better mails. Mr. Campbell and Sena
tor Knliiv, President of tho Senate,
were the other speakers and their
words were relished by those present.
On Friday night, a big lunu was giv
en by Judge Kahnulello at his home at
Ijihalmi In honor or the visiting ofll
cluls. It was a very grand affair and
Vfij largily attended This Saturday
evening the train nf festl'vlths In hon
oi of Mr. Htivil will come to a close nt
rcl. John Itlchardson's where another
:!g limit will nlso take place
Wuiluku, Oct. 2ii Father Hoarmaii
jcgiui his scries of lectin rs at the
Catholic chinch, Walluku, last evening
to n fait I) large audience, the slight
allow ers of the evening inestimably
keeping away some who had planned, tu
bear the lecturer. The subject fur the
evening was "Confession," and tho
learned Jesuit priest dcllveied a schol
arly and masterly discourse on that
subject, tlie urguinenls set forth beins
nearly the samo as those already pub
lished in the Uulletln, while Father
Uonrman lectured nt llonoullu.
There weie many ProtcstuntB In the
audience and some of them weie moved
by the words of the pi lest, hut not to
the point of relinquishing the teach
ings nf their church, although many
of them declared that the arguments
were both reasonable and logical. The
speaker formulated his argument on
the teachings of tho Old and New Ti
tameuts, ecclesiastical history and the
tradition of the fathers which llnkcl
Christ, St. Peter, St. Clement mid oth
ers to tlie present Pope, Leo XIII.
Fnthcr Uoarmnn will Bpeak ugaln
this evening nnd also on Monday even
ing, when tho series In Walluku will
close. If Father Uoarman will not con
vince everyone In Walluku that tho
Cuthnllu church is the only tine church
and that Martin Luther unci other re
formers were heretics and fanatics. It
would not bo his fault, for he Is a
truly wonderful speaker, waxing elo
quent nt times, his forcible words ring
ing Into tno very hearts of his auditors.
It will be many it long day before Wal
luku will ever be blessed with hcarlos
tilt, like again,
OIL FUEL FOR LINERS
New York. Oct. 17. Edwaid 1. O'U.
Cioker, of Cork. Ireland, said to be
a cousin of Itlchard Croker, Is here for
thi purpose of promoting rapid tran
sit between Europe aud America, Mr.
Cioker Is the general manager of tin
Cork, Ilandon & South Coast Itallwav,
and II Is said to bo tho Intention or the
company to run a llnu of steameu
fiom Nairngnnsett bav to Castletown
lierehavcn, Ireland, Fiom Custletuwii
there will bo n ruilioiid connection to
H.intry. whom the line will join tho
Cork. Ilandon & South Coast Itallwaj.
Tho now steamships nro uvpecteil to
doss fiom Nnnugansett nay to Iro
'mill III threi. nml .ittn.tmlt itn.o I.,
order to attain this great sliced, It is
alleged that a now stylo of macbliiei)
nnd fucd must be used, a fuel that will
Inko up little space and furnish givat
heat, namely, oil
If used ns I direct It Is a positive cure ami cannot fall. It gives th-i
vitalizing power of electricity, without burning or blistering, to every weak
ened part, developing the full vigor of manhood. It removes ail the effect
of Indiscretions or excesses forever
I guarantee a cure. If I say I can cure I don't ask any ono to take
chances on my Invention. It doesn't cost ou iiiitlilng If I fall.
8PECIAL NOTICE. If on have an old belt or another make which hie
burned nnd blistered ou. or ono that did not poess electricity, bring It
In mid I will nllow one hair tho price cf initio for It.
1 given free test to call who call ir jou can't call I will send jou mv
benutlrully Illustrated book with full information free Call or write nor.
Dr. M. H. McLaughlin, Z c,,,.
A. T. HAGHNKAMP. Mnnntjer.
SLEPT ELEVEN YEARS
Stoc kbrldgc. Mich.. Oct. 12 One of
the most remarkable cases on record
is that of May White, who. for more
than ten yenrs, has battled against
sleep nnd has won. This case has
been the study of medical mill
tluough the length nnd breadth of thu
Intnl. The newspapers nt tne time
were tilled with the stoiv of the
niocKoriogc Sleeping inn ,b tliu
yiors passed on people forgot about It
anu oniy occasionally one would ush
about her. Hut Miss White still
slept, not n peaceful sleep, but on tho
(cntrnry. a steep that sapped ber life
and wnsted her flesh.
While attending a business collcgu
at Ypsllnntl in lS'.m Miss White, at
that tlmo 22 years old. sustained In
juries to her spine by n fall upon tbo
icy pavement, which caused an ah'
ih hV.:":i.i"""i'fc. ""r.u "" "JS
to her home, ten'mlles from this ill.
lage. and placed under tlie care of Dr.
Herman E. Drown. Her case soon de
veloped into hysteric epilepsy and pany has n number of producing wells
she hn had from one to fifty eonvul- on It property. Its Block will have
slims In a day. Then begun her long too snmo show for even a greater al
slcep, nnd for twenty days she slept, ' vance, a snmo' oil stock has advanced
while the doctor worked for hour, try- Irom $1 to $1,500 per sban.
Ing to nwahc n her and only rnr a ruvv Tho Pncldc Union Oil Company nvi
moments would she remain iiwuko no salaried officers, and Is controlled
when she would relapse Into n dcey by well known gentlemen of Integrity,
slumber. For years no one was nbUi who will seo that tho money dcrivetl
to nwnken her but the doctor, ul- from tho snlo of stock will bo le,;lti
though many tried thus to do. match- npplled to tho development of
hln- Is now so far recovcri-iPa to itH property
ii?Hnr.,,nlr",l',,11::i'a,,;.0Ue', . I For further Information, apply to J.
n.ll5tlmZ.nV,n,,IUrrW,,.,.'f " "SIIEU & CO.. Slock and Hon!
ml, rr ! Il L', 'in j;1! "Vr nrokem. and Hawaiian agents for the
moleclo.ds'l'eS, i , ."w , ' f " ''' ""?" f ?
for the past ten years she has ,,cn. ," '"" ? 1 LJP""
ah huh tiniu Per n thiol h ster f'nrr o
llas neen tier constant attendant.
During ber long Illness she lost the
use of her limbs, but thu doctor thinks
she will regain It in time. For tint
past row years she has occupied a
wheel chair. At ono time during bur
sickness she waa reduced to 65
pounds, but now tips the beam at 120
Maud Muller on a summer's day
Dropped her rako and ran away
With an agent for a patent churn.
Who had a million yet to earn.
The village squire made tho splice:
"fJee!" said Maiidlc, "ain't It nice!"
Hut the churn faker' soon did tiro
, Of Mnudlc, which aroused her Ire;
And when she saw that she wag "It,"
She t'umely dropped the Job and quit.
The peddler had her savings spent.
So back to the hay Held Maudlc wcnL
A tad eras widow: and shoV in.iiv
With the tamo old, rake making hay
f.l-tipr.lt Iwinl. Iili.ainw -...It.... it...
, -, " i 1111111... Kiiuing,
embossing, maps, charts and artistic
tirlnl ln- .,, ,t,n t.-tri.-triktr- .. . .
IN THE CIHCUIT CniiriT I'ltia-r
C'rcnlt of the Territory or Hawaii. In
ii ue, tie, in ciininucTH. in inn Matter
of the Estate or Kenlohapauolo Maka
hi (I.), lato or Walalua, Oahu, deceas
ed, Inlcstnte. Petition hnvlng been
filed by Knlel Ancko and Iloopll Illin
ium, own sisters oi bald Intestate,
piavlng that Letteis or Administration
upon snld chtato be IshuciI in A. m...
Iinitlii: notlio Is. horebv clvcn ilmi
Monday, the 18th dny or November. A.
I), 19ul ut 9 30 n. m In tho Judiciary
building Honolulu, is appointed thn
time and place for hearing said petl
Hon when and wheio nil perbons con
cerned mn ippear and show raiise. It
nnv thnv have, why t,nid petition
should not be gi anted.
Honolulu October 12tb, 1901,
Il Hie Court:
I'. D. KEI.l.lVl r. .III..
Kliincv, Halloa & McClannhun, nt
lornevn for petitioners.
I llli!- It Oct. 14, 21, 28; Nov. 4.
to Men I ! !
This Is a message to men. It Is 'a
men who want to feel like men. to look
like men nnd net llko men. This In ts
men who lack courage, whoso nerves
are shaky, whoio eyes have lost ths
sparkle, whoso brains are muddled.
Ideas confused, sleep restless, cons
cience gone, spirits low nnd easily di
plessol, who lire backward, hesitating,
unable to venture because they ara
nfrald of failure, who want somebody
to decide for them, who nre weak, pu
ny restless. It Is to men who have part
or all of these symptoms and want new
life new force, new vigor. I offer It
to you In my wonderful
It has restored health nnd strength
to thousnn'ds of weak and Impotent
At the er.tranci)
to the Famoui
bo Valley, and
V easy access ti
volcano In tho
for Tourists and
ISLAND OF MAUI.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coaling Oil
Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, completely sur
rounded by as rich oil producing wells
ns there are In the Stnte, yielding from
60 to 250 barrels per day.
Contract prices tor oil at tho Coa
Inga wells, 70 cents per barrel.
with twenty-five producing wells of
ivo uurreis eacn per .lay, )ou can
mnko your own calculation as to
Tho oil Industry of California la In
its Infancy, yet many fortunes hav
been mndo by Judicious and lucky In
vestment in oil stock. Many rnorc
will bo mado In tho near future.
Thu average advance on original
sales of oil stock in twenty lending
eompnul"s In California has been
from to 108 per share,
I ol1 la"J, llttvo advanced from IJS
to J1.000 and 12.000 per aero.
When tho Pacific Union Oil Cora-
,' h ...v.v.. ..vi
Intending passengers by the steam
ship Ventura, leaving Honolulu tor
San Francisco on October 29th, ar
hereby notified that tlie above men
tioned steamer will be Klven quickest
possible dispatch, not exceeding six
hours ut this port, whether she arrivet.
In the day or nighttime. Tickets for
the above sailing must be purchased
un Monday, October 28th, at the offleo
of the undersigned.
This company will not guarantee (a
arrange transportation, nor rJelvo
baggage, after tho arrival of the steam
et. WM. O. IHWIN & CO., LTD .
General Agents Oceanic Steamship Co.
Honolulu. Oitober 2nth, 1901.
The regular quarterly meeting of
tho Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd., wilt
be held at lis office on Thursday, Oo
tcber 31st, 1901. at 10 o'clock a. m.
JAS. GOHDON SPENCER.
Honolulu. October 24th, 190L
The Redmen's Ball
which wns postponed from September
20, on account of the death of Presi
dent McKlnlcy. will take place on Oc
tober 31 at the drill she-d. All Red
Men nre expected to bo present, and
all friends who received an Invitation
will please attend.
Hy order of
JOHANNES F. ECKAllDT,
1977 It C. or IL
60IL FREE OF CHARGE.
Anyone needing soil or tilling can
have the same hy applying to Hono
lulu Uiiwlng Co., Queen street, Ho
DOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night watchmen furnished for bull I
Inss, business property and residency i.
Uulldcr will do well to consult lion
era In regard to watchmen.