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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. 11, T WEDNESDAY, OCT. .10, 1001
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No Cause for
If your KkjK ire put
away In a
MACNEALE and URBAN
llcst Insurance In the world. Plenty of evidence In Honolulu Arcs to
show that these safes are nliHolutt'ljr fireproof In every respect.
Entire new stock In nil Blrcs Just ri-cehecl lj
E. O. HALL & SON,
CALL AND SEE THEM.
NOTICE OF SALE !
The undersigned assignee of lien, (lucrum offers Tor sale the follow
ing. Including the good-will of tho grocery btore hcretoforo doing business
under name as nbove on Miller street, near llcretanla:
COMPLETE STOCK OF GROCERIES.
FIXTURES INCLUDING COUNTER, SHELVES, ETC.
ICE DOX. CHEESE SAFE.
IRON COMBINATION SAFE. ONE HORSE.
ONE DELIVERY WAGON.
The above will he sold at less than cost and a full elcscrlptlou can he
had o( same b ailing on
Assignee of Den. Guerrero, at Lewis
Honolulu. October l'J. 1901.
POWER OF ATTORNEY.
During my temporur nhscnci fio.ii
the Territory of Hnwall my bio"ier,
N. fenandez, will a l for nv iiit.lt r
full power of nttorne Olfko, 2'
Vcruinnt street. Camuii'll bloi k,
Pensylvania Fire Insurance
ChtiH. T. Wilder.
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
On Saturda Novembci :to l'Mil. at
12 o'clock noon, at the ftont entt.ince
of the Judiciary building, will be sold
at Public Auction the lease of n por
tion of tin- Ahupunn of l.ualunlel, lt
unto In the Distilit of Wninnnc, Islana
Term Five years.
Upset rtcntnl $!)rtiitt per annum,
. imjahle semiannually In advance.
The Oovernment lesenes the right
to take up any poitlott or portions of
said land for bona fide settlement and
ether public purposes.
For plan and further pattlculars up
ply to the Public Lands Olflie, Hono
lulu. EDWARD S. HOVn.
Commissioner of Public ljvnds.
Public Lands Office, Ottober 2!, 110
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that the land
described In tho schedule heieto will
b" opened for nppllintlon finder the
ptovislons or the Land Ait of IS'li.
loi Hnmesteail ..eases, ou or after No
vcniber 29th, 1901,
7 lots In Hnuula T rat t, Kool.vtloa,
Oahu, having an niea of liom 2 to j
Theso lots are within a distance
if one-fourth of a mile from the Hnu
ula sea beach and about 7 miles fiom
Kahttku O. It. & L. Co. depot, and are
ultuated on the wlndwnro sfdo of tins
Alt applications for said lots shull
,lo maile In person by the applicant at
tho office of tho Sub-Agent, Judicial y
llulldlng. Honolulu, where plans of the
land and nn further Information may
be obtained. The office wTI be opened
to receive applications at !l o'clock
it. m. cm Friday, .Novemhci Mth. tyni
EDWARD S. IIOVI),
Commissioner oi .'ublle Lands.
Public Lands Olike, October 29 1901
Pound-Master's Nolice of Eslrays
Notice Is hereby given that the nnl
mals descrlhed below havo been lm-
pouiiueii in uo. Oovernment Pound ut
MakikI, Kona, Island of Oahu, and
unless tho 'pound fees and damages
are sooner satisfied will bo sold 'tt
the date hercatter named auordlng to
Oct. 27. 19011 white hot se iindiscilb-
able brand, all shod
Oct. 28. 19011 bay horse iindes rib
able brand, sine on the back, nlbo
unite spotted wtilte sttoke cm fore
head to nostrils, all lour h gs white,
hind legs shod,
Oct. 28, 19011 bay hotse. bianded
W T on light hind leg, white spots
on forehead and nostrils, right hind
foot white, all others nio black.
All owners of the above anlmaU are
hcrcdiy notllled that they will bo sold
til lilltiltr. nllctliin mi C2titin iliii V... ,...i.
l.er 10, 1901, ut 12 noon. If not
called for before tho .late mentioned.
19.'0-3t Pound MnsiuT.
Plaejue RnviiiJInii I'oncliow.
London. Oct. 21. The Chuith Ml
dlonary Society has leeelveil mall io. i
ports showing that the bubonic plnguo
Is ravaging at Fooehow and vicinity. ,
l'lfteen hundred cases of tho disease
nto reported dally, and for a couple of
weck upward of a thousand coffins
have been carried out of thu city gates
H. F. LEWIS,
1060 Fort Street.
Tin potlotllie department has re,
eelved news of transports and other
ste.imers from S.in Francisco, bound
fur this port, (liuim and the Philip
pines, as follows:
Kllp.it rlk, from San Francisco, for
Manila via Honolulu nnd ('.nam, No-
Orant November 10, dlriit for Ma
Me.tde. November 10, direct for Ma
nila. Slierlil.in. iici eniiier I, Mn Honolulu
Warren, Diccmber 10, direct for Ma
nila The Hauiillan-Ainerliitn steamer
American will vitll from San Fr.inclscu
for this port during the latter part o!
October or the first pait of November,
The (ilobe Transportation Co. hopes
to send out a steamer about November
The tinin-ports Egbert nnd Rose
craus will sail from Seattle on or about
November 1. Her unite has not jet
been decided on,
m i m
LA rBBT CHARTERS.
Abb) Palmer, Am bk. 17u." loin- (at
Oamble) lumber thence to South Af
rica C.'i ."is; by Pope & Talbot.
Alice Cooke, Am sc, 722 tons lum
ber from Port (nmble to Honolulu; by
Pope A. Talbot.
llrltl.li (iencrnl. Ilr sp. MI9 tons
has been laid on the beith foi London
direct, by (I. W. Mi Near.
California. Ilr sp, 2IU1 tuns has been
laid on the berth for Liverpool ill rut,
by llalfour, Uutlirle & Co.
Cleomene, Ilr sp, 1070 tons (at Port
land) wheat thenco to V K, II. A or I),
by llalfour. Guthrie & Co.
C'ount of KIuiosh, Ilr sp, 1013 tons
(at Poitland)-vvhent thence to V K,
II. A or D, LI 17a Cd. Prior to arrival. '
Dumfermllne, Ilr sp, 2773 tons has'
been laid on the berth for Liver
pool direct, b) llalfour, Guthrie & Co.
F. M. Sladc, Ah sc, CSO tons (at firaja
Huibor) -lumber tlu-mo lo Manila, by
S. E. Slade Lumber Co.
Feat less, Am se, G33 tons (at Fair
haven) lumber thence to Shanghai
2 2s Cd; by Eddy, Fnlk and Am. Tr.
Co. Prlur to arrival.
Lincolnshire, Ur str, 2507 tous( nt
Tacoma) wheat tuencu to St. Vincent
f. o.. CI lus. Prior to arrival,
Luzon, Am se, S12 tonh lumber
fiom Tacoma to Honolulu, b) Tacoma
Marechal Davout, Fr bk, 1711 tons
(at Pentium!) wheat thence to I' K.
H, A or I). I'l 10s 3d.
Marguciite Molluos. Fr bk. IT.ti" tons
wheat thence to I' K, II. A or I),l
18s 9d; re-ch.uteieil by L. Kaiiffmnn.
Milton, Hi str, 2091 tuus (at San Ul
ego) barle) from this poit to St. Vlu
cent, f o, Charteied In England.
NcUon, l)r sp, 124'
IN MS TO
24i tons (nt Port- lessors, beer and tobacco anil other ar
e to I' IC, If. A oi comp.inlments of good fellowship, llo
got nls blens In Germnuy at the ver-
laiiel) wheat them
I), i.'l 17s Oil
Itlckmer Rlckmeis. Gcr sp, 1S29 tons iJiih or tiie stiuii'iits. nr. l'rltchett to
(at IHirtland) wheat thence to I' K.,,n1)' nave n beer dinner to about
II. A nr II J2. Pi lur tn nnlv-nl.
S. D. C.irletoii, Am sh. 1788 tons (nt
Tacoma) coal thence to Honolulu,
Thjrn, Nor str, 2419 tons (nt Port
land) lumber thence to China, by Pa
eitlc! Export Lumber Co. Prior to ar
llvul. Toxttth, Ilr bi, 2J87 tons bus be en
laid on the beith for London dliect,
by I llalfour. Guthrie & Co.
McKliE vs McFEE.
McFec, whte, ami McKce, tuloied.
uppeared InluAiPollce Comt this fore
noon us defiuelant and lomplalnant.
H'specthuly, In u ease of assuult. The
woman In the inse wub Doia Lancaster.
McFce was dlschaiged b) Judge Wil
cox, it having been brought out during
the tcttltnony that McKcn called tho
woman u vile nuine and that the latter
,tal'el m McKeii tn aeri-ncl her,
became ubuslve, called McTcci u bail
name und then hit the gioiiiul, McFeo
had delivered cini swift blow stialght
from the sliouider, which shuttcied tho
inlored man's neivc-s.
In discharging McFee, .IuiIbc Wil
cox Intimated that he was light in
what he did Any man with one spark
or maniiooii in him would liuv
the very same- thing.
Fn.o .lol) I'rinting ai tho Bul
Weather llurrau. Puliation, October
30 Temperature Morning inlnlmutn,
"n. Midday maximum, 82.
Ilarometer at 9 u. m. ROM. Steady,
Dew l'dlnt 72F.
Humidity nt 9 a. m. 7." per lent.
Diamond Head Signal Htntlon. Oc
tolmr 3". Weather hazy; wind light
Tuesday, 0 toh-r 20.
S. H. America Maru, Going. 'iron
Stuir. Hawaii, llenuett, from Mo'n
O. 8. S. Sonnmn, Van Ortcrndorp, 3
dnvs 20 hour troni San Francisco.
Sir. Mnul, Dennett, from Hawaii,
Tuesilay, Ui tulier 23,
Seiir Kinulkuoull, tor I'aaulto.
Schr. Ada, for Hatialel and I'nllhl
Schr. Mllte Morris, for Ko'ilnu potts.
Stmr. Noenu, W.innn, for K.i.uinp.ill,
l.tthnlnn, Hnnokaa and Kiikulhaele.
Stmr. Wulab'nte, liltz, for KilniicM
S. S. Ventura, Hauard, for Sua
Stmr. Claudlne, I'atker, foi Mau'
Kawall.ml, Moses, for Koolau
lllanehe and Ella, for Knul
K. Ann'ilui Maui, t'litiw, for
S. S. Sonnmn, Van OtPictidnrp
mini S.in I'rniK Ikio.
PASSENGERS AltltlVED. I
Fiom San rinnclsiii. per 8. S. So
nuiun October :io. For Honolulu i
lti W Attlt. Dr. It. W. Anderson,
J 11 lliihrcnburg, II. K llalrd, KIs
tel llentilce. Prof. II. Ilcigcr, Miss1
II C llrown, Miss A. UuttuiuVId, J. i
E lljme. Mis. Ujino. . W. Carter,
Mrs. Outer, Miss M. N. (at1er. Miss'
S M. Cnrte-r, George E. Copclnnd, M
It. Counter, 0. Damon. Mrs. E. K.
I Damon. II. M. Dentson, J. H. Drew..
.IMrs. Drew, W. 0. Emory, Mis. Em
ory, P. J. Farley, Mru. A. Foss nni:
child, Mrs. Frailer, Miss l'mlur. .1.
It. Fulton. A. (lartley. II. T. 'Illheit.
.Mrs. Mary Hadur, Edgar Halstrad,
Mrs. It. HaUtead, Miss F. Handy. Mis.
II Hnuua nnd child. Mrs. F. E.
'Harvey, W. L. Hopper, Judge A. S.
I Humphries. Mrs. Hunphile. un.l hlld,
C. J. HuUhliiB. U. II. Irliy. Mrs.
jlres and (hlld, II. U. Johnson. J. V
Keystone, Mrs. A. I. Lackland Mrs,
.0. P. Lattlnger, A. Lewis. Jr. W. J.
il.owrie. .Mis. Low lie. Miss C uiwrl.
,vniter W. .1
Lowrle, Jr., It. C. Ly-
'decker. C. W
Miicfartane, Mrs. Mac-
furlane. Walter .Muefailane, 1. S Me
Kenzle. Miss McKenzle. I) Motility.
Guj Owens, MIsb Amy Owens. C. A.
I'atker, Mis. M. E. Pearson. A. Ilolill
son, John M. Itoss, F. Itu lolph, Mrs.
Rudolph. W. II. Scott. Mts. I. E.
Tliajer, llev. J. Usborne. Mis. L's
borne, lit. Itev. lllshop Willi). A. A.
Young Mrs. Mary J. Veiling, J. Aba
die, Mrs. Abadle, (Icotxo II. Arnold.
.1. M. Plight. F. (1. CI.uk. W. 1.
Dale, Mrs. II. Dale. VV. J D.iinunond,
V. s E. French. A. K. llnforl. (I J
i u,.i Md I v u. ....... ir'
., ii.ii, ..(in. ., ... -i.-iit- tt .
'l.evvU Mis. Lewi. ;ud child, Mm. J
(1, Lone,, (lustnve tttitor It .VLiefir
,lu,e. MrK. E. F. ilc Met i lit. E. Poa
,body. O. K. Qiilnn. A. F Sardinia,
y.ii .'nrillnlia. J. T. Son ell. Mrs. M.
IS Tnloi. Miss .1. Ti'.i r Julin
WiIkIh. Mrs. Wilght.
From the Colonies, per O. U. S. Ven
tura, October 29. Charles 'i. Illalr. J.
I.M. MiCandless ami wife, II Unbelt
htm, 1). Ilaltlusky,
I PASSENOEUS DiTPAItTED.
I For the Oilent. iier T. K. K. Amer
ica Main, October 30. Archer It. Giles,
Ed. HoiiBemnn. 8. II. French.
For Kauai, per stmr. W. (1. Hall.
October 29. V. E. Richardson. Miss
E. M. Damon. E. W. Russell, Mrs.
E. S. lloyd, E. P. Miolile, Mr. Dan
melster, Mr. Vlena, T. Mastida, A
Nilll, W. II. Rice. Ji, Mis. Anna Lyd-
I gate, E. S. Ilojd, J. Mnhoney, Mr
For San rranclseo, per O. S. S. von
tura, October 29. Miss A. Raphael,
R. J. Thorn nnd wife, D. A. Mnrshall,
Mrs. W. E. Foster. A. II. C. Dolir
man, S, It. Ilarftmoud. C. S. Hollowny
and wife', Fred. S. Knight, wlru and
"l;llil; Mrs. II. E'. Dowsett, the Misses
Dowsett, Miss E. Ewart, Mrs. L. Wols
limn. Dr. F. O. Merrill, D. T. Paiker
and wife, G. Pancln and wife. Miss
Ethel Gay, S, M. llullou and wlru
E. Hyde. F. 11. KllleLf, Rev. H. W
Honell. W. M. Carpenter, A. S. Doer
becker und wife, II. F. Ilonrdman, O.
A. linker. Miss Wilson, )uss Schumnn,
Ahr. Fernandez ami daughter. Miss !'.
K. Castnn: Mr. nnd Mis. W. C. Run.
uer, J. G. Ilothwell and wife, F. J,
Mncluia, W. D. llaldwln. A. LuUlu.
Miss Mabel Herrlck. vV. F. ljve, E.
L. Dutntoe, Miss T. Paiker.
FAVOR BEER AND TOBACCO.
lloston. Oct. 22. Pn-ulilent J'lltOi
ett of the Massachusetts Institute of
Technology firmly believes Ip promot
ing the social life of colleges with lu
tnrmn! crntlierliiirH tif utmlcntR unit urn.
nll U'ClinuiOgy SlllilelUS, unu It WUR
siuli a pronounced
has again hroitgiit
President Eliot of Harvard ileies not
in i'iHiti the bed' unit of thu Idea, at
llasi not llteially, but he Is strongly
tor the rest of it. When told or it he
nodded approvingly nnd lemnikeel: "A
(,'eiod leli'.i. It Is just oxactly whut the
tfarvnid Union .Is trying to do. I
should hardly say that the beer uud
fcinokc Idea would bo applicable'. Pres
ident rritchett doubtless chosu that
merely ns a simile. Hut the funda
mental Idea Is a good one, and what
we are Hying to elo hole In llnivaul.
Germany aid Tpcutlen.
New York, Oct. 23. Referring to a
communique In tho isorth Gorman Ga
zette declaring tnut the object of tho
German Government Is to effect new
arrangements with foreign countries lu
retgnid to commercial lelatlons, and
that tho Government must hold itself
tiee to denounce the existing tleatlcs
at the proper time, the Heilln corre
spondent of tho London Times uud thu
New York Times all thnt ttiu dec
Inratlnn really means Is that thu Gov
ernment has not at present mado up
Its mind that It will under nil clicum
stances refrain fiom dcuouudug tloa
' Arthur II. Giles left for n trip Io Chi
na, Japan und the Philippines this
morning In tho Ameika Muni. He ex
pects to be gone about three mouths.
Adi. In thli column will be Inserted
at 15 cents a line one Insertion; 25
cents two Insertions; 30 cents one
week; 40 cents two weeks, and 60
cents one month. This Is the cheapest
advertising ever offered the people of
There arc letters at thin ofllee Id
nnswer to advertisements In these
columns, as follows:. Advertisers are
requested to call for same: 'R.,' "M.
I..." "It. 8.," "Enquirer," "T. O.," "A.
N.," "W. H.." "T. I). 11.." "K.." "V. P.."
"W. M.." "X.." "No. 27." "J. O.." "H.
H.." "W. X.." "T. A. C," "W. P. D"
"Table," "Horse nnd Surry," "O. K.,"
"C. K.." "A."
PIANO TAUGHT BY EXPERIENC
ED TEACHER; new, quick method;
$5 month; special nttentlon to adult
beginners. Address box 640.
DRESSMAKING Madamo Lambert,
the fashionable Pnraslan dress-fitter
n In mode de Worth, will bo pleased
to recehe r few more select patrons.
Corner Vineyard nnd Punchbowl.
REMOVAL Tho Sewing Mnchlno Ex-
ihango has removed to 12S8 Fort
St. All kinds of sewing machines
bought, sold, rented or exchanged.
GET OUR PRICES on billiard and pool
tables before buying elsewhere; sold
on easy payments. Our cushions are
guaranteed for twenty Jcnrs, and
nro made by a new vulcanizing proc
ess. Old tables lilted with our cush
ions aro ns good as new; satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded. See '
our advertisement of "Manager
Wanted" for lnvful Blot machine.
Palmer llllllard Table- Works. Chi
cago, Ills. 1937.2m1
IF YOU HAVE a houso for rent or I
want to rent a house, sea A. R. i
DINDT. Collections carefully at-1
tended to nnd nromntly remitted.
Office 11G Kaahtimanu street. 1893 If
NOTICE TO BUILDERS Tho Union
Express Co. bus WHITE aAND FOR
WANTED Heainstr.ss nt Mrs, Gill's
room X, Jlostou bldg. . 19M-tr
WANTED lluggy or light road wag
on In good repair. Address, stating
price. Q. it this office. 1981-lw
lit Pacific Impoit Co.
WANTED Girl filr soda fountain. Ap
pl nt the Honolulu Drug Co.
WHITEWASHER With spralng
mac blue Is wanted. Apply to V. 11.
Poulsen Territory Stables bldg..
King St 19-9 tf
VANTED Partner with a small cam-.
till, to liiciem.!. n imiin- i,i..in..
Addn'ss L T lliilletln offlei-.
WANTED Furnished room, centrally i
located, mosquito proof. H. C, Hub 1
A PRACTICAL ACCOUNTANT, ulili
siare time, will take charge of onoiFOR SALE Phnc ton, with new rub
or two sets of books; slnglci or don- uer ,lrea! 80- Gl " Mi'Clcllnn. G03
ble entry; books experted; financial Stnngenwnldbldg. 1980-1-v
statements; trial balances rendered. FURNITURE For sale. Call nt 729
Address Accountant, this ofllee. i Klnau St 1979-lw
1 975-1 ra i
WANTED Position as stenographer
nnd typew rlter by young lndy of ex
perience. Address A. H., tnls of
WANTED A first-class sticker hand
nt once. Cull Pacific Mill Co.
or six-room houso.
furnished or unfurnished: centrally
located. Address It J., Dulletln.
WANTED Position by a young lady
ns stenographer; experienced. L.
II.. P. O. "box 303. 1939 tf
MANAQER WANTED In ove.ry largo
county to appoint agents for tho la -
' motiB "Gamo o" Skill" nickel slot
machine.' for drinks or cigars; law -
ui --.v, niii-iu, uiht- innco oi nil
forbidden Blot machines. Rented or
sold on easy payments. Scctiro ter
ritory quick. Palmer llllllard Tablo
Works. Chicago. Ills. 1937-2in
WANTED To sell Diamond and Opal
Rings, In tho latest styles. Watches
repaired by a Jeweler of 35 years'
oxpcrlenco. G. DIETZ, Fort street,
near Hotel. 1808-tf
ROOM A1NP BOARD.
AT EL PREMERO, 1189 Alukea St.,
nliely furnished rooms with all moil
em Impiovemeiits, electric- lights,
baths, etc., centially located. Prices
THE LANOTON King St. neur South.
noarii nnu longing. .VHisqultO prooL
GOOD TABLE BOARD. 19C0 tf
THE LOS ANGELES 1C23 Fort St.;
now lv furnished rooms, mosquito
proof; terms reasonable. 1930 tf
THE METROPOLE, 1150 Alalcea St..
newly furnished rooms; electric
light; terms reasonable. 1930-l.n
TO LET Neat attractive) IiiiiiIsIkmI
looms; moms for notipene-eplng;
thui ought) situltnry. 140') Punch-
Jeow Stj. 1979-lw
TO LET Furnished rooms, centrally
located. li),'.0 Rlchuriis St. 1U70-2W
TO LET Part of btoro on Ilerotanla
street, foun.i door cast of Emma.
Apply to Jus. Nott, Jr., llcretanla
St., third door west of Emma.
NEWLY FURNISHED rooms. Hereto
nla Ave., cor, Kceaumoku St, Mrs.
TO LET A large, sunny front room
In n pllvatu family; mnuka Thomas
Squaro; hot nnd cold water; olectrlo
lights; possession given Oct. 15th.
Address A. 11. C. P. O. box 572.
TO LET Six-room cottngo on Collcgo
St., with stablo and sorvants' quar
ters. Apply nfl llcretanla St.
TO LET House at proBont occupied
by Mis. D. Center, Young street ex
tension near' McCully tract. Apply
E. F. Ulshop, C. Drower & Co., Queen
TO LET 8-room houso, with burn,
Nuuanu Ave. Room 38, Campbell
ROOMS AT THE ALOHA Fort
Streot, from $1.50 to $2,50 per
This Ouht to be
Your Store for
Certainly you ituer had an opportunlt) of selecting from
a greater variety of really beautiful new stles than will bo
shown hero this week.
COLORED SHIRT WAISTS
New beautiful effects In Chambray drass t.inen. Habutal Silk,
Uatlstc, Madras, Mercerized Mnterlils (llnghams, Lawns, Dimi
ties and Percnles. The assortment of colors Is o large that
you are sure to be suited.
OF WHITE SHIRT WAISTS
We hae the prettiest lot of ultra fashionable t)Ies ever
shown In Honolulu. Exquisitely trimmed with alternate rows
of tucking and lace Insertion, tucking nnd hemstitching waists
entirely formed of rows of beautiful lace Swiss embroidery,
tucks, etc., Sleeves, collnrs and utf In th- Iat"t harmonious
We make our prices so low to ou that 'hre Is not a shirt
waist In tho showing that Is not an Irresistible bargain
TO LET Suit of ofllces In Progress
block. Iniptlre or Ilruce Wnrlng As
- 1980 tf
TO LET 2 cottages on Punchbowl
St. Enquire at No. 1818 Punchbowl
St. ' 1980-lw
FOR RENT A large hall In the Wav
erley block, suitable for lodges, so
cieties, etc., furnished or unfurnish
ed. Apply to A. V. Gear. 1970
TO LET Two
FOR RENT Two (2) story houses at
Kekaullko-pa,' on Young St., contain
ing two bedrooms, parlor, dining
room, kitchen, bath room and patent
water closet dvvnstairs. Kaplolanl
Estate, Ltd. 1921-lf
TO RENT Six room cottago on Mat
tock Ave.; electric lights; sanitary
plumbing, etc. Apply G. II., P. O.
tun aca m.mif
-..-- : : . .
IFOR RENT A now liotiso on Arte.
slan St., of six rooms with all mod
ern Improvements. Enquire of Chas.
K. Frasher, Consolidated Soda
FOR bale California driving mare,
Frasler load cart and light harness
Judcl & Co... Ltd, .107 Stangenwnld
FOR 8ALE 20 shares Hawaiian To
bacco Co.. Ltd. Apply to Judd &
Co., Ltd., :1U7 Stangenwuld llldg.
urno oai r imir ..nut v.u,iinn n.
Kan nnd 230 pieces of music. Call
u,.t. j an(1 3 No. , cottngo Grove.
FOR 8ALE Ten ftno lots nt PUU
NUI, nbovo Wylllo St.; high and,
dry, with good outlook, and conve-
I "'nt to Rapid Translti Apply tj
! FRANK S. DODGE, 77 Merchant 3t.
lF0R sale Now
Smith Premier typewriters for sale
or rest. All makes repaired. Wash
ington Light Co. 1 959-1 m
FOR 8ALE A thoroughbred Holslem
bull. Address F. F., this office.
STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE The
"Talula," as slio now lies In tho har
bor. She la a nearly now boat, io
perfect working order, nnd has been
of lato used In towing at Kahulul
harbor. W. II. Pain.
FRE8H 8THAW Tho Union Express
Co. has a lot of fresh rlco straw lo
FOR LEASE No. 1081 Punchbowl St..
between King St. line nnd Itnpld
Transit line, furnished houso of bov
en rooms for two years. Inquire nt
017 Hotel St. 1975-tf
FOR LEA8E Premises on Union St.,
with a frontago of 242 feet and a
depth oi 70 foot. Long term given
without onerous conditions. Apply
to J. SI. MONSARUAT.
Rooms 20-21, Campbell block.
LOST On Saturday night. October 19,
1901, gold watch charm with dla
mom! setting. Finder will receive
suitable rewaid by letiirnlng suiiici
to L. T. Keiiake. nt the postolflce.
FOUND A purse containing u sum of
money. For pnrtlculais cull at the
police station. 1980 It
THIOLS CONDITIONS AT SAMOA.
Washington, Oct. 21. The Navy Dn
paitment has received a telegram fiom
Lle-iit. Ccimilr. K. J. Diirn, who lma
been 111 charge of the naval station ut
Tutulla, Samoa, during the nhsenco of
Captain Tllley, upon the condition uf
aftnlis In tho Island.
Commander Doin made u till)
aboard the Abeieudu to the Island nt
Milium In September. The chiefs anil
leading men of Mauua, buys Comman
der Dm u, extended to himself nnd his
ejflleeiB a very cordial reception, Dur
ing the stay on Mnnun, u ease Involv
ing Lcituln questions oi Sumonn cus
toms was amicably settled uud un In
creased fi loudly touliug among tho
natives of (his Island for the United
States Is 1 1' ported appuient.
The Oceanic Steamship Co.'s Ven
tura arrived from the Colonies and de
plrted fir the Coat estcrday. Tim
'vetsel was alongjldc the wharf ahnuC 3
oVioc). and at 7-30 she wni on her way
. -naiti In San Francisco, Honolulu has
, the reputation of being a slow place to
.handle steamers hut with the oulck
rttapatch given the Ventura yesterday
there Is little doubt but our reputation
for slowness will be changed.
The Dig steamer had a fine trip
throughout her voyage, and Purser
Rr.cknair. made the follow Ing report of
Sailed from Sydney Oct. 15 nt 2:12
p m Sailed from Auckland Oct. 19, at
2 I '5 p m. Sailed from Pago Pago Oct,
23 at fi.XS n. m Coirected time from
SytlLev, It days, 19 hours, ,9 minutes,
oleamlng time from Sjdney, H dajs.
S hours 14 minutes, Corrected time
from Auckland. 10 dn.xs. 20 hours, ill
minutes. Steaming time from Auck
land. 10 days, 1." hours, 00 minutes.
Corrected time fiom Pago Pago. 0 dajs
7 houts, 2 minutes. Experienced fine
we-itur throughout Mijage. Arrived
off Honolulu Oct. 29 at l-IO p, m
Nature.' remarked Mr. Itiindei,
vi ho wns In a moralizing mood, "I'
Jtit to all. Every dog has his day.
yyt know." "es," Interrupted hi
wi'e, "but tho cats have to share tho
t.Uhti with vou clubmen."
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
AUSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our late sclentlfls method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents of
These are the only dental parlors Id
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcclalo
crowns undectecable from natural teetl
snd warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, ano
each department In charge of a Special
ist Give us a call, and -you will fine!
us to do exactly as we advertise Wi
will tell you In advancer exactly whai
your work will cost uy a FREE EX
Set Teeth SR OC
Gold Crowns $5.00
Gold' Filling $1.00
Sliver PIIllnftt 50c
Our name nlono -will bo. a guarantee
that your work will bo of the best.
New York Dental Parlors
Room 4. Ellto Dulldlng, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANT!!''
employs two of the most skillful and
experienced white bakers In the city
to superintend their cake and bread
department. Everything clean, whole
some and sanitary. Only the vtry belt
material and flcur used for making
Gluten, Rye, French, Home-made and
all other styles of Bread.
Thirty Loaves of Bread for One Dollar.
Doughnuts, Snails, Buns, etc.,
out at 6 a.m.
Cup Cakes and Lady Fingers
cut at 7 a.m.
Jelly Rolls and Layers, Fruit
Cake, etc., out at 8 a.m.
Custard, Squash and Pumpkin
Pies out at 9 a.m.
Lemon, Mince, Cranberry and
Fruit Pies cut at 10 a.m.
Chocolate Eclairs and Cream
Puffs out at 11 a.m.
Cooklts and Macaroons out at 12 a.m.
Artistic Wedding Cakes any Price.
J. Oswald Lutted,
65 Queen St.
On Thursday, October 31,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom. 03 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Action a large quail
tity of Dry Goods and Notions, com
prising Note Paper, Envelopes, Towels,
Shears, Ruckles, Ribbon, Ulank Rooks,
Soaps, llatchelor Iluttonn, Pins. Pass
Hooks, Hat Pins, Hairpins. Hooks and
E)es, Hose Supporters, Lublns' Ex-
tiacts. Hair Oils, Drapery, Drills. Sa
teens, Cambrics, checks, Flannelette,
Hose. Jackets, i arasols, Men's and
Hoys' Suits, PnnjB. Overalls, Dusters,
Clash Suits, lllaukets, Rubes, Shoes,
Jas. P. Morgan,
On Thursday, October 31,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, 63 Queen street, I
wnl sell at Public Auction
1 set Dump Cart Harness.
1 set Double Car Harness.
Mattresses. Redsteads. Bureaus
Lounges, Rugs, Mnttlng, Machines, III
eeles, Oil Stoves, Rooks, Etc., Etc.
Jas. F. Morgan,
Tho undersigned will receive appli
cations to leaso lots In tbC'SCHMIDT
CENTRAL DLOCK" on Rcrctnnla
street. No. 688, adjoining tho prem
ises of tho Queen's Hospital.
This vnliiahlo property will be divid
ed Into sev6ra! business sites nnd of.
iters n flno chanco to Investors tn Renl
Estate. Sultablo for Stores, Lodging
Houses or Dwellings. Applications for
lots will bo treated In priority and It
will pay to mako enily applications.
An Important feature of theso leases
Is that tho lessco hns tho .option of
purchasing his lot In fco stmplo during
the term of his leaso at a figure based
on the rentnl ho Is paying.
Terms and conditions of leaso with
amount of rents asked can be had on
65 Queen Street.
65 Queen St
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