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f" . . EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU H, T.. MONDAY, OCTOBER, 28. 1901. lllgflg ' J "gL. ' - ' "Sfil- "
t I .m. smmm INTELLIOENCE WANTS. i L AS F
I; No Cause for Cf3k .iruhh.,SS"Sri,S,rlS I This Ought to be M A D f A M I f
Worry .IIIwSa , ... ?trv,t1"-. Sc'V'wr-d I Your Store fop I VI I III IT A II
I ri'WBRStVK . Nokomls, from tho SounJ, eenU'one month. Thlt It the cheapest I, I UUI OIUI C IW I lJ XI JI AX JL 1
t If vour took are put e-HHVsKVi Schr. Kaulkeaoull, from I'anullo at Honolulu.
MACNEALE and URBAN
Best Insurance In tho world. Plenty of evidence In Honolulu fires to
nbow that these Raton nrc absolutely fireproof In every respect.
Kntlrc new stock In nil sizes Just received by
E. O. HALL & SON,
CALL ANO 8EE THEM.
NOTICE OF SALE !
The undersigned usslgnco of lien, Guerrero offers fur snle tho follow
ing. Including the good-will of ttio grocery store heretofore doing business
under name ns abnvo on Miller street, near lleretnnla:
COMPLETE 8TOCK OF GROCERIES.
FIXTURES INCLUDING COUNTER, SHELVES, ETC.
ICE BOX. CHEESE 8AFE.
IRON COMBINATION SAFE. ONE HORSE.
ONE DELIVERY WAGON.
The nlxivo will ho sold nt lesi thnn cost nnd n full iloscrlplloti can be
had of same by culling on
Assignee of Den. Guerrero, at Lewis
Honolulu. October 19. I'.mi.
BOXER LEADERS ARE
PAYING THE PENALTY
Impress Dowager Seems to be Making
Good Job of It-Many Officials
Tucoma. Oit. 20. An Impel I..1 edlu
intt Issued at Se-Ngan Ku ludliat
mat the Chinese government Is being
administered from the temporary inpl
31 with as much vigor as It ever was
from lVklng. The edict dejils ex
clusively with miitul.il Ini who were
toni'crncil In aiding the Boxers Inst
year. The Emperor deprecates tie d
Utriutlon of life and pmpeity thijt oc
curred and tmnoiiuces that tlfty-slx
mandarins, many of the hlghiM grade,
havo already suffered' extreme penal
ties of the law. He continued Hint his
brother Iiiim Just presented the throne
a fresh and revised list of mandarins
deserving punishment, all of whom art
ordered punlahud as recommended. I
The list Includes eighty offenders, '
Including some high military nt!lclaK,
several governors and many prefect
an ddUtrlct magistrates. Some lira !
sentenced to death and others to ban
ishment. The list Is a startling ou. '
It Is not. wholly batlsfaitory at Shang
hai and Hongkong, because It falls to
jnciuue mgii imperial omcers mm a nee
ica inu uoxers.
Ily another order tlilrtj-flve odlclals
and murderers are ordered executed or
Tiunlshed for tho Chueliou massair
Credit fur this distribution of Jubtho
Is due Sir Ernest Satow-, llrltish Mln
ter nt l'ukng, who has determined
that these murderer,) In particular
should be punished, Governor Liu of
Cheklang Is degraded and banished to
his native town. Yungcbuati, prlvln
elal Judge. Is degraded aud banished to'kt.own as the "Lung Tal Jen Co.." sit-
Szechuan. The tlovernor of Cbuchon
li stripped of all honor utid ordered to
perpetual banishment In Kabhgurtft.
Urlgadler Ueneral Yu died' before the
tumttuce of banishment could be car
ried out. (leneral Qhuuchlthte, com-1
mander of tho local troops at Cliuchop I
t tho time of tho massacre, was ex- ., Washington. Oct. ltj. "President
:u;ia t,)lm ofblember 3ili 'Hooacvelt said today that there Is a
Vf , , E !". j ,.,,, IW Isthmian rnnnl treaty and that it
Xfauy local officials were degraded. mlM R0 t thp Sonftt(. wUl l(1
Fourteen of tho actual Murderers, wera soual approval."
executed. Nino accomplices were ban-1 This statement was made tonight
Ishcd for life and seven imprisoned. 'by Senator Morgan who today had a
These comprise the most sweeping talk with the President about tho ca
punlshmelits jet Inflicted for Hover nl f""1 """'r matters. Continuing,
ciutraKes lMn MorBnn eal'-
riii..n rhnni? bns .onn.lHiH.l .ul-o. "i,y "'nvlctlon Is that th Isthmian
I. Hung Chang has lonipleled ntt.o.rana, s n ,.ertalty Nol,ug ,.an ,,,..
nations at 'eking for the purchase of ,,cnt , n , flx' u , t fo ,
7&U.0UW rounas or uinmuniuou ror,u
Mauser rltles from a German linn at
Tien Tsln. In acquiring this powder
China Is but buying back her own,
flnce the ammunition was taken from
Chinese troops by the allies in the na
tive illy of hTIen Tsln lust voar. Lat
er It was sold nt auction. L Hung
','liung found that tho ammuiiltlun
could be bought cheaper than manufac
tured. It Is being distributed among
Chinese troops equipped with Mausers.
Billiard Ball Extinguisher.
An entirely now perforu.unco with
rnn and billiard ball has been given
by 'the famous billiard player, Roburt
rle Bremont. and has evoked a great
deal of applause from billiard enthil
alasts. Mr. Ilremont calls his trick the
"William Tell." Ho performs It on au
ordinary billiard table, upon which a
lighted caudle, has been placed.
By hitting a ball with his cue ball,
hu sends the former over the flume,
describing nn arc. The holder or i au
dio Is not touched by tho ball, but Its
motion extinguishes tho light,- Nov
, HOW PIGI'ONK TRAVEL.
Tho currier pigeon, when trnvellug,
never feeds. If the distance bo long It
(lies on without slopping to take until
joent, aud at last arrlveu thin, ex
hausted, nnd almost dying. If corn bo
presented to it It refuses to eut, con
Untlug Itself with drinking a lltthi
water and then sleeping. Two or three
hours lator It bngllis to eat with great
moderation nnd sleeps agalu hamuli
H. F. LEWIS,
A. Co., 1060 Fort Street,
The stock books of the OAIII' SI'
HAH CO.. LTD.. will be closed to trans
feis from Tuesday. October 29th, 1901,
I'. Friday. November 1st. Hull, lliclu
sle. II. A. ISKNIir.ltd.
1 l'..7!-lt Tnnsuror.
I The second assessment of twenty
itlve per cent (. ) ou tin. new atuuk
I of the Pioneer .Mill Co.. Ltd.. will be
I duo and paable at the otllce of II.
I llackfeld A; Co., Ltd.. on November 1.
i l'.i.il, and luteiestlng brarlng from
I December 1st. 1901.
COCOA AND CHOCOLATE
The Judges at the I'ai.-Aiucrtcaii
Exposition, lliimilo, have awarded
three gold medals tu Walter linker &
Co., Limited, kuchestor. Mass., U. S.
A for the uupeiloilty of their llriak
fast Cocoa and iill'of tl.elr cocoa and
chocolate preparations, nnd the ex-
cHIi-ii f their exhibit. This Is the
hlrty-Hoventh highest nwurd r Ived
by Jbem from tbu great exK.sltlons
in i-.uiu.it, nun .tiiifiivH.
Change In Passenger Fares.
On and after December 1st. 1901.
the following change In passenger
I fates will go into effect, viz:
Deck rates between Honolulu nnd
u,e Island of Hawaii will be Increased
jrrom xj.oo to x.l.uu.
Cabin rates between Honolulu and
Huna. Hamoa ami Kl.ahulu, on tho
''"'"'"i Alau". " "'' Increased from
Jii.ou to $7.0.1.
Notice Is heiel.y given thai Tom
Yau has this dav nurrhnui.il tlm u.nm
uatcd at Knnale. Llhue. Kainil
All debts owing to the said firm are
to be paid to the said Tom Yau aud
the said Tom Yau will pa all debts
owing by said Arm.
Dated October 23. 1901. I978-:tt
Just ns nctcstary to tho eommerro
of this eouutry as are any of tho rail
way systems. One might Just as well
suggest the removal of tbu Pennsyl
vania or New York Central Railroad
as to suggest that a canal across the
ltthinUH should not bo built. Them Is
but one route practicable, and that Is
the one through Nicaragua."
Mr. Morgan pointed out tl.nt as Mr.
Uoosovelt was opposed to tne Hay-
I'auncefoto treaty and ho approves of
tlie proposed new treaty, tho lattor
must bo ludlcully fllfteront from tho
Rose In Winter Millinery.
From the sires of tho blossoms of
nature fiom which thoy are copied to
very enormously magnified sizes, the
roses for this season are mado of light,
thin silk, satin, nnd velvet In some
cases of u combination of these mat
erials In both natural und conven
tionalized inlorlngs, and mounted
most frequently without foliage
leaves In silk or velvet geneially ap
pearlug ir leaves are seen In the gan
laud or cluster. Millinery Trade Ilo
The shy damsel whom the tiusus
petting youth had tulteji to the res
taurant had urdeiuu everything ou thu
menu exiept hrcad nnd butter, when
she Inured to thu young man und said:
"Do you know 1 am not ouo bit hun
gry." The poor man felt tho dollar
nnd thirty cents in his vest pocket,
laughed feebly, and inquired: "Are
you do you that is nio vou doing
this on n bet?" Baitlmoro American.
Printing the Bui-
Saturday. Oil. 20.
Am. schr. Nokomls, from the SounJ,
Schr. Kaulkeaoull, from I'anullo at
2 n. m.
Am. bkt. Amelia, Wilier, from Eu
Am. bkt. Skagit, Robinson, from Tort
Am. schr. llelene, Chrlstlnnsou,
from San Francisco.
Am. sp. Carrollton, Jones, from Ta
coma. Str. Claudlnc, Parker, from Matil
Walalcalc, l'lltr. from Kauai
N'oeau, Wymnn, from Hawaii
Str. W. 0. Hall, Thompson, from
Wnhlue, from Hawaii
Monday, Oct. 28.
t'. S. S. Solace, Wlnslow, 1 dajs from
San Francisco. 'JfUk
Schr. Dauntless, from Aberdeen.
Saturday, Oct. 26.
C.-A. S. H. Aorungl, Hoy, for the
Colonies; i p. m.
Str. Ko.iiihou, .Moshcr, for Amihola,
nt IS p. in.
Str. IlHiixlel. lvrteriM.ii for liana-
otatilii and Ahuklnl at n p. m. I
Str. Ntlhau. Thompion, for Maka
Well mid Anabola at ." p. in.
Str. Hawaii, Ilium tt, for Molokal at
r p, in.
From Maul, per str. C:audlne, Octo
ber 27 It. It. Ilerg, W. V. Whitley,
Mrs. J. C. Loremen, L. Tobrlner, J. II.
M.vers. Mrs. W. (). Smith. Miss Elln
Holt Miss Kate Scwnrt, C. I.lnilhnlm,
C. Copp Jr.. T. P. Sedgwick, A. T. It.
Jackson, II. E. Mnrrn. W. I. llaldwlu,
M, J. Moura and wife. S. Knuekoa, Mrs.
Kod.im.1, Mrs. II. R. During. Itev. .1. E.
Keklpl. M. II. Iletiter. A. N. Kepolkal
and wife. Mrs. W. II. Wilkinson, An-
tone Louis, George Freeland, It. A.
Carlisle an dwlfe. J. II. llojd, Marstnu
Campbell and ,'I7 deck.
From Kauai ports, per str. W. O.
Hall, Oct. 27 W. II. Ulce, Jr., Mrs.
W. II. Itlce. child and servant. K. U
Cutting. II. li. Young, (leorgo Kala, C.
51. Cooke. Mrs, Alap.il, Mrs. Knwlln,
.Mrs. Davis, Mrs. E. Kehua,, E. Cross,
5InJor Wood, Captain Lewis, Lieut.
Lman, Wong Ahuck, .1. Cockett, Ya
mamoto and wife, Ng Yciiii, Tagata,
and 71 deck.
From San Francisco, per nelir.
I llelene, Oct. 27 Mrs. L. MclJiue Jr.,
Jllss A. .Mi Govern, .1. It. Nugent, II.
Lose, James Haber and Walter Haber.
For the Colonies, per C.-A. 8. 8.
Aornngl. Oct.. 2fi Mr. nnd .Mrs, J.
5Iarley, J. Dawson, Mr. and Mrs. (1. C.
Coulson and S Chinese In the steerage.
From San Francisco, per S. S.. So
noma, Oct. 30 A. W. Carter and wife,
ilrs. J. O. Carter, Miss S. M. Carter,
Miss M. N. Carter, .1. E. Byrne lino"
wife, J. H. Drew nnd wife, O. V.
far la ne und wife, .Miss Kitchen, .Mrs. L.
E. Thayer, l F. Weaver, Mrs. n, Hal
stead, Miss A. II. Ixickland, Mrs. O. P.
lJinlger, II. T. Ollbertj C. A. Parkv,
Oeo. E. Copeland, A. Hnhjnson, jr.
R. W. Anderson, A. A. Young. Miss J.
A. Young, 0. T. MoKenzle, Ouy
Owens. Edgar Halstead, A. Oartley,
J. E. Tucker. J. ikCbesney, w. H.
Scott, A. Lewis Jr., J. W. Keystone,
P. J. Farley, J. It. Fulton, (.'apt. Her
ger, W. L. Hopper, Jim, Hoss, W. J,
Lowrle Hnd wife, Jirs. Frazlcr, Miss
Frazler, Rev, .1. L'sborue and wlfo.
Mrs. Ives and child, Miss (!. Lowriu,
Jlnster W. J. Lowrle, 5llss Wldemann,
Mrs. F. E. Harvey, Mrs. K. E.. Damon,
Miss F. Hardy. Sister Beatrice, Mis
Amy Owens, Mls Adrtlo Ilutterlleld,
J. M, Dowsett, .Mrs. Ilowsctt, child and
nurse, Judge A. S. Humphreys, 5Irs.
Humphreys and child, Miss II. C.
Brov.u, JIIs,, 51. Under. W. J. Carlisle,
H. Monrltz, Mrs. A. Toss and child,
ltev. W. Ault, C. J. Hutchlus, MIm
5IcKenle. Right Hew Hlshop Willis.
The United States Navy Transport
Solaie, Commander Wlnslovv, at rived
from Sun Francisco this morning after
a voyage of six (lavs. The vctS'1!
brought several distinguished passen
gers and a lurgu mall for this port.
She will remain here several days and
will then leave for Pago Pago.
The vessel's passengers arc: Rear
Admlial It. U. Evans, Rear Admiral
Henry Glass, dipt. T. P. Harrington,
apt. P. II. Cooper, ('apt. C. M. Thoni-
us, Asst. Suwon G. 51. Illackwell.
Asst. Pav master E. F. Hall, Pay Clerk
F. F. .MucWIIkle, Mru. J. L. Juyne,
Mrs. W. E. Taylor, .Mrs. Hermnn Sumni
and wife, (1. c.. Swensun, Jos. Liberty,
Geo. Luwis, W. S. Ijimbeil, Frank
Hurt, J. A. Gtove. F. L. Davis, David
Lewis, L. .1. Nlemeyr, W. J. McCart
ney, J. W, Belsey, Buy Gamble.
AUSTRALIA MAY CHALLENGE.
New York. Oil. 20. 11. A. Watson
ill Sydney, N. S. W.. a former backer
of Ned llrtiilan. tho sculler, held un
Inlormal reception at tho Nonjarie!
Beat Plnli thin lift, .ri. ,.,,,, UTntL,.,,
n.u nun jui-t uivni nam .VllSlTUlia,
said that be greatly regretted having
missed the yacht races. From uc
counts he bad nnd, ne thought It the
gicatest contest ever held on thu wa
ter. Ou his return to Austiullu be
will endeavor to Interest a number of
wealthy jachtsmen of New South
Wales In the project of bulldlni: it
jacht to cbullengo for the America's
cup. Tho oarsmen of the Harlem
VUcht Club presented a signed gieet
lug tu Watson, and moru than titty of
them attended tho reception, Watson
signified tils Intention to present the
Harlem Asboclatlinn with a cup to be
cuiup. ted for annually.
She Which do ou tako after our
mother or your father? He Well,
when I'm talking, I'm more liku moth
er, and when I'm quiet, I'm like lath
er, Yonkers Statesman.
. . m
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents pel
Thorn are letters nt thin office in
answer to advertisements In these
columns, as follows:. Advertisers are
requested to call for same: 'It., "M.
I..." "R. 8" "Enquirer," "T. 0" "A.
N" "V. IU" "T. 1). II.." "K.." "V. IV
"W. It.." "X.." "No. 27," "J. fl.." "H.
II." "W. X.." "T. A. C." "V. P. I).,"
"Table," "Horso and Surry," "O. K.,"
"C. K" "A."
PIANO TAUGHT BY EXPERIENC
ED TEACHER; new, quick method:
$r month; special attention to adult
beginners. Address box (HO.
DRESSMAKING Madamo Lambert,
the fashionable Parastan dress-flttcr
n la mode do Worth, will be pleased
to recelvo r few more select patrons.
Corner Vineyard and Punchbowl.
REMOVAL Tim Sowing Machlno Ex
change has removed to 1288 Fort
St. All kinds of sewing machines
bought, sold, rented or exchanged.
QET OUR pmCES on billiard and pool
tables before buying elsewhere; sold
on easy payments. Our cushions are
guaranteed for twenty years, nnd
nro mado by a now vulcanlrlng proc
ess. Old tables fitted with our cush
ions nro ns good as now; satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded. Seo
our advertisement of ".Manager
Wanted" for l.vfnl slot machine.
Palmer Billiard Tablo Works. Chi
cago, Ills. 1937-2m
IF YOU HAVE a houso for rent or
want to rent n houso, seo A. R.
BINDT. Collections carefully at
tended to and promptly remitted.
Ofllro IIS Kaahumauu street. 1893-lf
NOTICE TO BUILDERS The Union
Express Co. has WHITE 3AND FOR
EXPE Rl ENC ED Sales-ladles w anted
at Pacific Import Co. 1979-lw
WANTED C.lrl for soda fountain" Ad-
ply at the Honolulu Drug Co.
WHITEWASHER With' spraying
machine. Is wanted. Apply to V. H.
Poulsen. Territory Stables bldg
K' St. . 1979-tf
WANTED Partner with a small capi
tal, to Increase n paying business.
Address L. T Bulletin office.
WANTED Furnished room, centrally
located, mosiiulto proof. H. C Bul
A PRACTICAL ACCOUNTANT, with
spare time, will take charge of one
or two seta of books: simile or dun.
ble entry! books exported; financial
statements; trial balnnces rendered.
Address Accountaut, tills office.
1 975-1 m
WANTED Position as stenographer
and typewriter by young lady of ex
perience. Address A. II., tnls of
WANTED A first-class sticker hand
at onc. Cull Pacific Mill Co.
WANTED Five or six-room house,
furnished or unfurnished; centrally
located. Address R. J., Bulletin.
WANTED Position by a young lady
as stenographer; experienced. L.
II.. P. O. box 363. 1939 tf
MANAGER WANTED In ovory large
county to appoint agents for the fa
mous "Gamo o" Skill" nickel slot
machlno for drinks or cigars; law
ful everywhere; takes placo of all
forbidden slot machines. Rented u
sold on easy payments. Secure ter
ritory quick. Palmor Billiard Tablo
Works. Chicago. Ills. 1937-2m
WANTED To sell Diamond and Opal
Rings, In tho latest styles. Watches
repaired by a Jeweler of 35 years'
experience. O. DIET!?, Fort street,
near Hotel. ISOS-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
AT EL PREMERO. 1189 Alakea St..
nicely furnished rooms with all mod
ern Improvements, electric lights,
baths, etc., centrally located. Prices
THE LANGTON King St. near South.
uoaru aim lodglug. 5losquIto proof.
GOOD TABLE BOARD. 1966-tf
THE L08 ANUELES U.23 Fort St:
owiy furnished rooms, mosquito
proof; terms reasonable. 1930-tf
THE METROPOLE, 115U AlakcanSt.:
newly furnished rooms; Ndectrle
iigui; torms reasonable. 1956-lm
TO LET NiMit. uttraitlv'f furnished
rooms; rooms for nouseKoepiug;
thoroughly sanitary, lluu Punch-
bowl St. 1979-lw
TO LET Furnished rooms, centrally
located, WT.0 RtcbariiH St. 197ti-2w
TO LET Rooms en sultu or single,
with good homo table, lu private
family; terms reasonable. Call at
732 Kluau, near Alapal. 1976-lw
' 'fcTrart of store on Beretania
V"',J .TJ.Vi "iVi. ea." ". Kmm?'
a ' ,,,, , V . """""
SU tlilrd do?LeBt ot nmma'
NEWLY FURNISHED rooms, Ilereta
nla Ave, cor, Keeaumoku St. Mrs.
Jeffs. . 19G7-lm
TO LET A largo, sunny tront room
In a private family; niauka Thomas
Square; hot and cold water; electric
lights; possession given Oct. IStb.
Address A. B. C, P. O. box 572.
TO LET Six-room cottago on Collego
St., with stablo and servants' quar
ters. Apply iG Beretania St.
TO LET Flvo-room cottage, at Cot
tago Grove, King ,it. Knnulru F. E
King, No. 8. 1955 tf
TO LET House at present occupied
by Mrs. D. Contor. Young street ex
tension near McCully tract. Apply
E. F. Bishop, C. Brewer & Co., Queen
TO LET 8 room bouse, with barn,
.Nuuauu Ave. Room 38,, Campbell
This Ought to be
Your Store for
Certainly you never hnd an opportunity of selecting from
a greater variety of really beautiful new styles than will bo
shown here this week.
COLORED SHIRT WAISTS
New beautiful effects In Chambrny, Grass Linen, Habutal Silk,
Batiste, Madras, Mercerized Materials, Ginghams, Lawns, Dimi
ties and Percales. Tho assortment of colors Is so largo that
you are sure to bo suited.
OF WHITE SHIRT WAISTS
We havo thb prettiest lot of ultrafashlonablo tles ever
shown In Honolulu. Exquisitely trimmed with alternate rows
of tucking and laco Insertion, tucking and. hemstitching, waists
entirely formed of rows of beautiful lace, Swiss embroidery,
tucks, etc., Sleeves, collars and cuffs In tho latest harmonious
Wo mako.our prices so low to you that thero Is not a shirt
waist In tne showing that Is not an Irreslstlblo bargain.
WHITNEY & MARSH,
FOR RENT A largo hall in tho Wnv-
erley block, sultablo for lodges, bo-
cietles, etc.. furnished or unfunilsh-
Apply to A. V.
TO LET Two
FORI RENT Two (2) story bouses at
Kekaullke-pa, on Young St., contain
ing two bedrooms, parlor, dlnlnx
room, kitchen, ttath room and patent
water closet d,. -vnstalra. Kaptolanl
Estate, Ltd. 1921-tf
TO RENT Six room cottago on Mat
tock Ave.; electric lights; sanitary
plumbing, etc. Apply Q. II., P. O.
box 363. 1939 tf
FOR RENT A now house on Arte
sian St., of six rooms with all mod
ern Improvements. Enquire of Chas.
E. FraBhcr, Consolidated Soda
ROOMS AT THE ALOHA Fort
Street, from $1.50 to 2.B0 per
FURNITURE For sale.
Call nt 729
FOR 8ALE California driving mare.
Fraster load cart and light harness.
Judd &. Co., Ltd., 307 Stangenwald
FOR SALE 26 shares Hawaiian To
bacco Co., Ltd. Apply to Judd &
Co., Ltd., 3v7 Stangenwald Bldg.
FOR SALE At hall cost, Aeolian Or
gan and 250 pieces of music. Call
bet. 1 and 3 No. 1 Cottage Grove.
FOR SALE Ten fino lots at PUU-
NUI, abovo Wyllle St.; high and
dr, with good outlook, and conve
nient to Rapid Transit. Apply tt
FRANK 3. DODGE, 77 Merchant 3t.
FOR 8ALE Now and second-band
Smith Premier typewriters for sale
or rent. All makes repaired. Wash
ington Light Co. 1959-1 m
FOR SALE A thoroughbred Holstcla
bull. 'Address F. F.. this office.
STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE Tho
"Talula." aa she now lies In tho har
bor. She Is a nearly new boat, in
perfect working order, and lias been
of lato used In towing at Kahulul
harbor. W. H. Pain.
FRE8H STRAW Tho Union Express
Co. hau a lot of fresh rice straw lor
FOR LEASE No. 111 Punchbowl St.,
between King St. lino and Rapid
Transit line, furnished house of sev
en rooms for two years. Inquire al
U17 Hotel St. 1975-tf
FOR LEASE Premises on Union St.,
with a frontage of 242 feet and a
depth 01 70 feet.. Long term given
without onerous conditions. Apply
to J. M. ..lONSARRAT.
Rooms 20-21, Campbell block.
LOST On Saturday night, October 19,
1901. L-old watcb charm with dia
mond setting. Finder will receive
suitable reward by returning same
to L. T. Kenake. at the itostofflce.
PORTABLE WIRHt;E8 OUTFIT.
As an outcome of experience gained
In the use of wireless telegraphy for
military purposes In South Africa, Mr.
Marconi has designed a portable out
fit especially adapted to requirements
In wur time. Tho Inconvenience caus
ed by the absence of the poles which
are essential to bis system lea Mr, mar
toni to devise a portable Installation,
and for some time past bo has been
experimenting with huge cylinders to
act as receivers In lieu of the high wire.
These cylinders are said to have prov
ed to bo moro ettlcaclous for tho trans
mission ot messages over short dis
tances than the ordinary apparatus.
The Modern Prize light "Mr. Fit
Jeffries," said tho reportor, "a cabin
message from Paris says tho cham
pion heavyweight of Franco wants to
fight you." "Well, If ho does," roplled
the great pugilist, ' ne II have to do it
lu English. I'll be hanged If I'll learn
his luuguuge." Philadelphia Press.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
0r mte scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents oi
These are the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, OU
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural tcetb
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All worl
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge of a Special
ist, uivo us a can, ami you win nno
us to do exactly as we advertise. W
will tell you In advanco exactly what
your work will cost by a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth $5.00
Gold Crown.... SS.00
Gold FlltinC $1.00
Silver Fllllnfiii SOe
Our name atone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of the best
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4. Elite Building. Hotel Street
LADIRR IV ATTENDANOW
employs two of the moat skillful and
experienced white bakers In the city
to superintend their cake and bread
department. Everything clean, whole
some and sanitary. Only the very belt
material and flour used for makinj
Gluten, Rye, French, Home-made and
all other stylet of Bread.
Thirty Loaves of Bread for One Dollar.
Doughnuts, snails, Bun, etc.,
out at 6 a.m.
Cup Cakea and Lady Finger
out at 7 a.m.
Jelly Rolls and Layers, Fruit
cake, etc., out at a a.m.
Custard, Squash and Pumpkin
Pies out at a.m.
Lemon, Mince, Cranberry and
Fruit Pies out at 10 a.m.
Chocolate Eclairs and Cream
Puffs out at 11 a.m.
Cookies and Macaroons out at 12 a.m.
Artistic Wedding Cakes any Price.
J. Oswald Lutted,
Our new program caught on. Every
thing now, bright, sensntlonnl and
LAST FOUR NIGHTS
TEL. MAIN 04.
MrH. H. H. Williams
Art Embroldtry 'and Stamping.
Full line of Art .Materials : : ;
Art EmbroMety Taujht : : :
Love Htillillnf, Port Street
Razors Honed and Set
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
TOR 85 CBNT8.
65 Queen- St.
On Wednesday, October 39th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the residence of 5Ir. II. E. Walty.
Ileretanla street, between I'llkol and
Keeaumoku streets, I will sell at Pub
lic Auction the
Complete Furniture nnd Furnishings
Oak Hook Case and Desk Combined.
Flno Upholstered Sofa Chairs,
Oak and Ash Bedroom Sets,
Oak Wardrobe Bun aus, ,
Curtains, Bedsteads, Lounges.
Dining Table and Cnalrs,
Refrigerator. 5Ieat Safe,
Kltt hen Utensils,
Crockery and Glassware.
Garden Tools and Uiwn 5Iowers,
I New Home 5tnchlne,
Palms nnd Plants.
Jas. F. Morgan,
Nice New Cottage
on Eama Street.
Two bedrooms, parlor, dining room,
kitchen, bath. etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
OR Queen St.
The undersigned will receive, appll
lations to leaso lots In the "SCHMIDT
CENTRAL BLOCK" on Bcrctnnlr.
street. No. 588. adjoining tho prenv
Ises of the Queen's Hospital.
This valuable property will be dlvlil
ed Into Hovornl business sites nnd of
fers a tlno chance to Investors In Ileal
Estate, Suitable for Stores, Ixidgln
Houses or Dwellings. Applications fur
lots will be treated In priority and It
will pay to tnako early applications.
An Important feature of these, leases
U that tho lessee has tho option of
purchasing his lot In feo simple during
the term of his loase nt a figure based
on the rental ho Is paying.
Terms nnd conditions of lease with
nmount of rents asked can bo bad on
Jas, F. Morgan,
6$ Queen Street
65 Queen St
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