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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T TllTnmUV, QCT. ' ni( 1901. '
No Cause for
If your book are put
aw .iv In a
MACNEALE and URBAN
Dost Insurance In the world. Plenty of evident o In Honolulu flrf
show that theso safes nr' absolutely fln-proof In every respect.
Entire new stuck In nil sizes just received by
E. O. HALL & SON,
CALL AND 8EE THEM.
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
On Saturday, Nm ember 3ii. 1901. nt
12 o'clock noon, lit the front i ntranre
of the Judiciary building, will be sold
nt I'iiMIc Aitctlmi the lease of a por
tion of the Ahiipiinn of l.iialunlel sit
uate In the District of Walnnae. Island
Term Kle ears
llpet Uental $'10011 per Minium,
payable semiannually In advance.
The (loernnient reset en the tight
to take up nny portion or portions of
said land for bona tide settlement and
other public put poses.
For plan and ftnther paitleulars up
pl to the Public Lands Ollbe, Hono
lulu, edwahd s. iioYi),
, Commissioner of Public Lands,
l'ublle laimls Ofllce. October 29. 1901.
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
Notice Is heleby given that the land
described in the schedule hereto will
be opened for application under the
provisions of the Land Act of lx9.i,
fol Homestead , .eases, on or after No
vember 29th. 1901.
7 lots In Hnuula Tract KooliVilon.
Oahn, having an area of rioni 2 to t!
Theso lots are within a distance
of one-fourth of a mile from the Hail
ula sea beach and about 7 miles from
Kahukit O. It. & l Co. depot, and nre
situated on the wlndwaru side of t...s
All applications for said lots shall
bo made In person by the applicant nt
tho office of tho Sub-Agent, Judiciary
llulldlng, Honolulu, where plans of the
land and any further Information may
he obtained. Tho office will be opened
to .receive applications nt 9 o'clock
a. m. on Saturday, Now mber :in, 1901,
EDWARD 8. IIOYI),
Commissioner oi .'ubllc l.nnds.
l'ublle I-an'cls Office, October 29, 1901.
Pensd-Master's Notice of Estrays
Notice Is hereby given that tho ani
mals described below hao been Im
pounded In t.o Government Pound at
Maklkl, Kona, Island of Oahu, and
unless tho pound fees nnd damages
aro sooner satisfied will bo sold at
tho dato hereafter named according to
Oct. 27, 19011 white liiuse, undescrib-
able brand, nil shod,
Oct. 28. 19011 bay horse, (indescrib
able brand, sore on the back; also
whlto spotted wtiito stroke on fore
head to nostrils, all four legs white,
hind legs shod.
Oct. 28. 19011 hay horse-, bianded
W T on right hind leg. white spots
on forehead and nostrils, right hind
foot white, all others are black.
All owners of tho abovo animals aro
hereby untitled that they will bo Hold
lit public auction on Saturday, No em
ber 16, 1901, at 12 noon. If not
tailed for before tho Jate mentioned.
1950-3t Pound MnstGr.
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 very best
material and flour 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
out at 7 a.m.
Jelly Rolls and Layers, Fruit
Cake, etc., out at 8 a.m.
Custard, Squash and Pumpkin
VPies out at 9 a.m.
in, Mince, Cranberry and
.''let out at 10 a.m.
"lairs and Cream
s out at 12 a.m.
S. It .Ionian Is still empowered to
collect and give receipts for my out
standing at counts, and Is authorised
to pa bills. II V MI'RRAY. M.I).
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undcrslgn-d having been up I
pointed Miclllarj Admlnlstratoi with I
the will niinexeil of the Kstnto of Eva
J. Spencer late of New York State,
deceased berebj sixes notice to nil
persons having claims against the
said Estate to present the sanio to the
undersigned within six months from
the date of publication of this notice
or the will be foiever barred,
Honolulu October .il, 1901.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
Ancillary dmlnlstrator with the Will
Annevecl of the Estate of Evil J.
. 1!2 Oct 31. Nov. 7, 14. 21
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF VAL
UABLE REAi. E8 I ATE.
Pursuant to an order of Hon. Geo. I),
(ienr. Second Judge of the Circuit
Court of the Klrst Circuit. Terrltorj
of Hawaii, duly made nnd entered tho
30th cla of October. 1901, In the Mat
ter or the l;stute of uakanoe, cleec as
wl. I will sell nt public auction on Sat-1
urda. the 9th da of November. 1901.
nt 12 o'clock noon, at the front clour'
or the Judiciary llulldlng. In Honolulu. .
Islam! or Oahu, thut certain nan id of!
land, with the buildings and Impiovc-I
incuts melton, situate on .Miiklki i
street, near Ileictanlu sticet In Ho I
liolulu aforesaid, bounded ami dcseilb-.
ed as follow b:
Commencing at a point on Maklkl
stleet bellllllg N, 13 ,1.V E., true. 2"0
feet from the East corner of Klnau
and Maklkl streets, and runnlnv
N ir :i.V E true. lf.O feet along Ma
S. Hi" ; i:.. true. 33rt feet along the
remaining portion of
Hojal Patent li.lflS;
S. .Iir .U"W..tlue, 82 feet along land
formerly of J, s. Lem
S. IS 2V W.. true, fig feet along said
land formerl) of J. S.
N. 17 7' W 320 feet along a part of
Rojal Patent t!30.'i and
Orant .tlOcl to the Initial point; contain
ing an area or 1 11-lno acres, being a
portion of Roal Patent Number fi30:.,
I.. C. A. 9.". and Roal Patent Grant
Terms Cash. Deed at the exi so
of the put chaser. Sale subject to con-
llimatlon by the Court.
SAMUEL E. WOOLLEY.
Administrator with tho Will Annexed
of the Estate of Mnkanoe, I)e-
1982 Nov. 1. 2. 4. . S.
0i M ESTATE IT
Abigail K. Campbell, Joseph O. Car
ter. Jr., and Cecil Rrown. trustees nnd
executrix and executors under tho last
will and testament of James Campbell,
deceased, hae brought suit against
the Territory of Hawaii to establish
fishing rights. Plaintiffs claim In fee
simple the aliupuaas of Honoullull
(Ewa) and the following ahupuaas In
Koolauloa; Malaekakahana, Keana,
Kahtilu, Punaluu, Olupeha. Hanakoe.
Olo 1st, Olo 2d, Kawela, Opann 1st,
Opana 2d, Pahlpuhlalua and Knunala;
aUo In ahupiiaa at Pearl Harbor. The
plaintiffs state thut fiom tlmeinimemo
rlal and by ancient custom and usage
they have had exclusive right to tho
taking of mullet In these waters, and
that the pecuniary loss to the estate
win be gieat by having the same oneii-
ecl to citizens of the I'nlted States.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Tho bund will pin; at tlr Huwitlluu
llotci toiuiillow evc-lliliv;.
The llcnlanl Boat Club's damn will
bo held to morrow- evening
A meeting of the Hawaii Yachl Club
is soon to bu held to dec Pie upon a lo
cation for a c lull-house.
The shin llenl. P. Packard hblfted
to Nuvy wharf, number one this ufter
neon. Ned Muifuilaue bus been leeelvli.i-
tliu congratulations of all his fiiciul
on his engagement.
In the I'oljce Court this foieiioont a
Chinaman and thren Japanese wcie
lined $1 each on the charge; of gamb
ling. KamuKu, the native salbir of the
steamer Maul, killed last week at Pa
uiihau. leaves an aged mother 85 J ears
old who was eptllely dependent upon
him fur support.
r:e llurvnrd firocluntel
'Oiliile Ruubevelt Is the third
.uuto of llarvurd College to bc-
ae President of the I'nlted States,
c Hi bt In seicnty-two years, .loh'i
,dums was a member of the ihsi of
17C3; John Qulnty Adams grndm'eil
In 1787, ami Mr. Roosevelt In 1SW.
(leneral bookbinding, ruling, gilding,
embossing, maps, charts and artistic
printing at tho EVENING HULLETIN
Weather llureau, I'tinuhoii, Octobd
31 Temperature Morning minimum.
7; Midday maximum, $4,
llurometer at 9 a. m, 3.U3. Steady.
Dew Point 71 K.
Humidity at 9 a. m. ! per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station. Oc
tober 31. Weather clear! wind light
Wednesday, Oct. 30,
Htr. Mlkabula. llregory, from Kauai.
Am. sp, IlenJ, E. Packard, Allen, 141
ilas from Norfolk, Vs.
Thursday, Oct. 31.
T. K ,K, Hongkong Mam, fiom
Str. Keauhou, Mother, from Anahola.
Wediiesilu), Oct. 30.
Str. Hawaii, Dennett, for Maul and
Thursday. Oct. 31.
O S. S. Sonoma, Van Ortemdorp, fof
I'. S. S. Solace. Wlnslow, for Pago
I Str. Mlkuhsla. On miry, for Knual
I pints nt . p m.
for Molokiil. per tr. Hawaii. Oct.
Id .Mr .link Lucas, Muster Mourlt7.
I'mm Kauai ports, per str. Mlkabala. '
Oit. .10 F iu. .1 Arendt. C. W. Mc
l.eod. . V. Peters, J. F. Johnson, J.
N'eln. F. Kl.iinp, Dr. Aveldon, Dr.
Herb. Miss II. Mossmnn, Mrs. P. Me-
!iii lie, Mr. T
and 2. deck
Sorensnn, W. Mi Hryda i
OCEAN MAIL CLERKS
Washington. o,t. 17. (Special). The
PoMnfllce Department Is arranging for
a seaport mall service on the steamers
of the Oceanic Line, running between.
San Francisco nnd Honolulu. This, I
xhen accomplished, will be the first . . ..,...,. ,. .. ,..,,,
fepos, service on Pac.flc Coast steam-1 1?. " mi-'.f
crs. . There nie two contracts ',
which the steamers now cuiry the j WANTED Iluggy or light road wag
malls, one between San Francisco and on ,n wl repair. Address, stating
Honolulu, under the laws governing Price, q. this ofllce. 1981-lw
domestic malls, and nnother between EXPERIENCED Sales-ladles wanted
San Franci.ico and Australia, touching at Pacific Import Co. 1979-lw
nt Honolulu, under foreign contract, ..., .
the mulls going every three weeks un
der each ennttact.
If the service Is arranged as now rx
pec ted, clerks will be put un these
steamers In each direction between San
rrnnclsco and Honolulu to separate
the mall and put It In i dullness for Im
J. A. IIRECKONS.
LOOKS LIKfl PONTOON.
Chris Johnsen's new boat the Wlkl
wlkl. Is attracting a great deal of In
terest among thct achtsmcn by whom
she has b-en dubbed "file pontoon"
un account of her resemblance to one.
The boat la on the llialanl wuy
hav Ing her lin keel put on. Aside from
the keel which Is about tllrco feet deep
the boat will draw only about thren
Inches of water. On account of her
great width and length she must lie
ceksatlly be a very stiff boat nnd will
carry a great deal more cam us than
un) of the other small boats. That she
will be remarkably fast in smooth wa
ter Is acknowledged by all while there
Is a difference of opinion regarding
what she will do In a seaway
builder claims she will do well enough
to keep up with the bunch ut sea while
In smooth water or running she will lc
much fuster than the others.
On Sunday next she will be given a
trial and her performance will 1
wntc hed with a good deal of liiteiest.
HARDWARE COMPANY'S SUIT.
The Pacific Hardwuie Cuiupuii), Ltd.
by Its treasmer, L. E. .Pinkham, has
brought suit against C. II. Drown, th
plumber, and T, K. Davidson, Jumes
Nott, Jr., J, N. Schufer, Henry Uchrlug.
E. W. Oulnn, E. It. Ruth. Oscar Seller
and Patrick O'Uonnell, garnishees.
Plaintiff claims .Is 10. CO or C. II.
llrowu for goods, wares uud merchan
dise, sold and delivered within the
past two jears. The plaintiff has rea
son to believe and therefore alleges,
that the garnishees mentioned were In
debted lo and have now In their pos
session money belonging to the defen
dant. In the sum of 11200, or there
abouts. The mouc) alleged to lie In the pos
session of the garnishees means tho
total amount of Judgment, with at
torney's fee Included, in the so-called
Plumbing Trust case.
An expert In grocery matteis is Just
uoie evumlnlnir th,, .lumnv.,,! ut,u.b ..,
Wing Lung at the corner of King and
ii,.i ... ,....,.
j,.c ....,. .irr ... wine..
lieie was a lire some nights ago. The
iiinuiiiuiv companies in which me cni-
naman bus policies are making un In
vestlgatlon us It Is believed the man
was currying more Insurance than his
stock was worth. If this Is found to he
n fact, then the grocer violated hi
agreement with the company In which
lie bud I2U00. J, S. Walker curried tho
$2000 risk for n year or more. In the
agreement was n clause preventing tin,
grocer from carrying further Insurants
with other companies. It Is stuted on
goud authority that, about u mouth
ago. Wing Lung took out fiooo mora
Insurance In a company lepresented by
K. S. Peachy.
A Morning Runaway,
A buggy containing two mm ran
avvuv dowu Nuuauu street this fine
noon. Neat the corner of Hotel street,
the vehicle collided with another and
a wheel was lost. The occupantH
Jumped out at this temporary stopping
place and the horse tinned Into Hotel
stieet, near Port, l.on Agnevv tried to
make u heiolc step hut censed his en
deavois only when the frightened
horse led him by about a halt bloc Ic
At the Y. M, C, A., the horse showed
signs of fatigue just as l.on Agnevv
had done und he was very easily
In ought to a standstill,
Ads. In this column will be Iniertcd
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 this office In
answer to advertisements In these
columns, as follows:. Advertisers aro
requested to call for same: 'R.,' "M.
I..." "R. 8.," "Enquirer," "T. O.," "A.
N.," "W. H.." "T. I). R" "K.," "V. P.."
"W, R.." "X.." "No. 27," "J. O.." "If.
II.," "W. X.." "T. A. C," "W. F. D.,"
"Table," "Horse and Surry," "O, K.p"
"C. K" "A."
PIANO TAUGHT BY EXPERIENC
ED TEACHER; ne.w, quick method;
$.", month; special attention to adult
beginners. Address box 640.
REMOVAL The Sowing Mnchlne Ex
change has removed to 1288 Fort
St. All kinds of sewing machines
bought, sold, rented or exchanged,
QET OUR PRICES on billiard and pool
tables before, buying clsewhero; sold
on easy payments. Our cushions are
guaranteed for twenty years, and
nre made by a new vulcanizing proc
ess, uiu tames mteu witu our cush
ions arc as good as new; satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded. See
our advertisement of "Manager
Wanted" for lavful slot machine.
Palmer Milliard Table Works, Chi
cago. Ills. 1937-2m
IF YOU HAVE a houso for rent or
! want to rent a house, see A. R.
I DINDT. Collections carefully at-
I tended to and promptly remitted.
Office 11C Kaahumanu street. 1893-tf
NOTICE TO BUILDERS The Union
I Express Co. has WHITE SAND FOR
I SALE. 1543-tf
"." ?lT,.l.n ,0.r ? fountain. An-
ply at the Honolulu Drug Co.
WANTED Partner with a small capi
tal, to Increase a paying business
Address L. T Rulletln olllce.
WANTED Purnlshed room, centrally 14
locnted mosquito proof. 11. C, Rul
A PRACTICAL ACCOUNTANT, with
spare time, will take charge of one
or two sets of hooks; single or dou
ble entry; books experted; financial
statements; trinl balances rendered.
AiiuresH Accountant, this office.
WANTED Position aa stenographor
and typew rltor by young lady of ex
perience. Address A. H, tnls of
fice. 1974 tf
WANTED A first-class stlckor hand
nt once. Call Pacific Mill Co.
WANTED Plve or six-room house,
furnished or unfurnished: centrally i
locaicu. Auaress it. j., iiutletln,
WANTED Position by a voune ladv
I ..- .. . .' -
II., P. O. box 363.
MANAGER WANTED In every large 'F0R 8ALE Ten lino lots nt PUU
county to appoint agents for the fa-1 NUI, nbovo Wylllo St.; high and
mous "Game o" Skill" nickel slot
inacnino for drinks or cigars; law
ful everywhere; takes place of all
forbidden slot machines. Rented or
sold on easy payments. Securo ter
ritory quick. Palmer Wlllard Tablo
Works. Chicago. Ills. 1937-2'n
WANTED To sell Diamond and Opal
Rings, in tho latest styles. Watches
repaired by a jeweler of 35 years'
experience G. DIETZ, Fort street,
near Hotel. 1808-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
THE LANQTON King St. near South.'
Hoard and lodging. Mosquito proof.
GOOD TABLE BOARD. 19G6-tf
THE LOS ANQELE8 1523 Fort St.;
newly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof; terms reasonable. 1930-tf
TO LET Neat, attractive furnished
rooms; rooms lor nouscKecpIng;
thoroughly sanitary. 1400 Punch
howl St. 1 9.79-1 w
TO LET Purnlshed looms, centrally
located. 10.10 Rlcbarus St. 197C-2W
NEWLY FURNISHED rooms. Hereta
nla Ave., cor, Keeaumokn St, Mrs.
TVn IjZt '. sunny iront room
In a private family; manlia Thomtks
Hquaro; hot und cold water; electric
lKhtH; possession given Oct. 15th.
AdtirCBS A. II. C. P. O. box 672.
TO LET Six-room cottago on College
St., with stablo and servants' qurr
ters. Apply iij Reretania St.
T.0 LET Honse at present occupied
by Mrs. 1). Center, Young street ex
tension near McCully tract. AddIv
E. K. Ulshop, C. Brewer & Co., Queen
TO LET 8-room houso. with barn,
Nuuauu Ave. Room 38, Campbell
ROOMS AT THE ALOHA Kort
Street, from 1,50 to $2,50 per
TO LET Suit of offices in t'logrcst,
block. Inquire of Urueo Wailug &
Co. 1980 tf
TO LET 2 cottages on Punchbowl
St. Euqtilio ut No. 1818 Punchbowl
FOR RENT A large hall In the Wuv
erley block, suitable fur lodges, so
cieties, etc., furnished or iiufurnlsh
ed. Apply to A. V. Gear'. 1970
FOR RENT A new house on Arte
slnn St., of six rooms with all mod
ern Improvements. Enquire of Chas.
E. Fresher, Consolidated Soda
This Ouhtto be
Your Store for
Certainly you no or had an opportunity of selecting from
a greater variety of really beautiful new styles than will be
shown here this week.
COLORED SHIRT WAISTS
New beautiful effects In Chambray, Grass I.tnen, Ilabittai Silk,
Ratlstc, Madras, Mercerised Materials, Ginghams, I.awn, Dimi
ties and Percales. The assortment of colors Is so large that
you are sure to bo suited.
OF WHITE SHIRT WAISTS
We have tho prettiest lot of ultra fashionable styles ever
shown In Honolulu. Exquisitely trimmed with alternate rows
of tucking and lace insertion, tucking and hemstitching, waists
entirely formed of rows of beautiful lace, Swiss embroidery,
tucks, etc., Sleeves, collars nnd cuffs la the latent harmonious
Wo make our prices so low to you that there Is not a shirt
waist in tno showing that is not an Irresistible bnrgaln.
WHITNEY & MARSH,
FOUR-ROOM cottage to rent; modern
Improvements; $2S a month. Aloha
lane and King St. Enquire next
TO LET Tho premises on Kurt St..
now occupied by tho Klrst national
Rank of Hawaii; possession given
on or about Decern. ,er 1st, 1901. For
partlculari! apply to CECIL I1ROWN.
TO LET Two
FOR RENT Two (2) story houses at
Kekaullko-pa, on Young lit., contain
Inc two bedrooms, narlor. dining-
room, kitchen, bath room and patent I
water closet dvvnstalrs.
TO RENT Six room cottago on Mat
tock Ave.; electric lights; sanitary
plumbing, etc. Apply O. II., P. O.
box 363. 1939 tf
(-OH bLI Pnnetnn, with new
her tires; $80. fl. II. McClellan
Stangenwald bldg. 1980-W
sale. Call nt 729
FOR SALE California driving marc, '
Krasler toad cart and light harness.
Judd & Co., Ltd., 307 Stangenwald
r'OR SALE 2i shares Hawaiian To
bacco Co., Ltd. Apply to Judd &
Co., Ltd., 307 Stangenwald RIdg.
FOR 8ALE At half cost. Aeolian Or-
n and 250 pli'cea of music. Call
... 1 ...! O t-
het. l and 3 No. 1 Cottngo drove.
... , ., , ,
;1':,,p.BH i, aT. .' I
E1' .1 ""P'll"8'1:. A?pl5r. I?
rnnr o. uuuuc, , mercnani
FOR 8ALE Now nnd second-hand
Smith Promlor typewriters for sale
or rent. All makes repaired. Wash -
Ington Light Co. 1959-lm
FOR SALE A thoroughbred Ilolstoln
bull. Address K. F., this offico.
81 5. ,r. "-"""r" ""H a-e 'no
luiuia. a sue now uus in cno nar-
bor. Sho Is a nearly new boat, in '
perfect working order, and has been i
of lata used in towing at Kahulul .
harbor. W. II. Pain.
I- ------7 St. Peter' In Homo, the greatest build-
FRCEoaa8IR,rorfTrlceD.t?aTef;?.' "T "V. !"" "'
FOR LEASE No. 1081 Punchbowl St.
between King St. linn and Rapid
Transit line, furnished houso ot nov
el! rooms for two vears. Inquire at
617 Hotel St. 1975 tf
FOR LEA8E Premises on Union St.,
With a frontage of 242 feet and a
depth 01 70 feet. Long term given
without onorous conditions. Apply
to J. M. tfiONSARRAT.
Rooms 20-21, Campbell block.
LOST On Saturday night, October 19,
1901, gold watch charm with dia
mond setting. Kinder will receive
suitable reward by letuinlng sumo
to L. T. Keniiko. at tho postollU'o.
FOUND A watch fob. Owner can
obtain same ut this office by prov
ing propel ty und palug all chaigcs.
FOUND A nurse containing a sum of
money. Kor puitlculurs cull ut tho
IHillcc) station. 1980 If
Auburn, N, Y Ott. 23. When Fa
ther Sziirdlnskl of Rochester left Czol
gosz )esterdu It was with the under
standing that ho would icturii when
summoned to du bo. Ceulgosz was tu
puiiclei upon the subject of lunouucInK
iinurehy unci embiucltig the church.
When questioned today, Wuidcn Mcadn
said there was1 absolutely nothing new
with Czolgosz. He hud nut jet re
quested the second Intel view- with Ka
ther Sziirdlnskl. Later this afternoon
Wundeu Meude Issued uud mulled the
Invitations to Czolgosz's execution.
The newspaper representation Is limit
ed tu three press associations.
PAUL REVERB RELIC TO GO.
Iloston. Oct, 12. The old Paul lie
u-re house at Waturtnwn, where thH
first paper money used In this country
was engraved and printed, Is about tu
he demolished. The hotiv is tho
property of heirs of Mrs. I. Morsu,
who wish to tnak certain lmprnvu
ments on the land. On May 3, 1775,
,tht) Provincial Congress, then assem
bled In Watertown, empowered tho
Treasurer of the Colonies to borrow
100,000 and Issue colony securities
for the same, payable about two years
later, with Interest at 0 per cent. Pnul
, Uove.ro wau then the only first-clasn
engraver In the country, and through
negotiations with the Congressional
committee signed a contract to taks
full charge of tho work necessary to
the B'lccesstul execution of the con
The first Issue of notes was of a less
denomination than C4 sterling and
mere being a greater demand for a
stn.jller denomination, Cougress older-
td the Treasurer on May 20 of tliu
came year, to issue notes for 0 to 2u
shillings in value These were called
the "soldiers' notes," This Isstm
amounted to vsoo.onu sterling.
Phn au.An,1 fcitiMu n tintuu , aa tin
famous "ord In hand" nut-s. Thuy
were so called becau on the back of
each note wan engraved the figure ut
nu American with a sword In his right
anna with the follow tug inscription
Buspc-ndeci from U:
"Petit placldam sub itburtate niiletem."
On the left hand was "Magna Char
t.i." On the scroll around the figurs
were three, wreuths on which weru In
scribed "Issued In Defence of American Lib
ert." Congress appointed Capt, Ilradgou
nnd Col. Thompson to stay with Paul
Revere night and clay until tho work
was completed. Congress also sent a
committee on June 21 to call and to
ciuest "Pnul Revere that he does not
leave his engraving press exposed
when he Is absent from It."
I The work was done In a house In
Watertown, owned by John Cook and
occupied by his family. It Is on roc
or,i that Congress passed a resolve
"that there be nalfl out of the Public
Treasury thu HUm ot , shillings to
l.ffihn Pnn. for thu ,.. Iml Pnul llu.
vere maue oi uis uouse wniist ne was
r,',KlaK " treasury noies tuere-
I Tee modt plcturesnuc- visitors
I Purls are the Maharajah of Judhpur
nnu his suite, who are on their first
visit in I'iurope. rney nave peeu uoing
the (lerman watering places and
u,lf,,i,i ., i,., ,, i,--i,i,-.
rake, and uow are seeing Paris for a
good time. Tho Maharajah, who is
22 years old, saw snow for the first
lime on the Elger glacier. He thinks
clly "e u ,jna or horses and pie-
, in- me race course to tue 1.0'iv re vviiu
I tin art.
No More Dread
of the Dent:ai Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND KILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
our late scientific) method applied to tbt
gums. No sleep-producing agents ot
These are the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undcctecable from natural teeth
and wurranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge ot a Special
ist Olve us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as we advertise. W
will tell you In ndvanco exactly what
your work will cost Dy a' FREE EX
AMINATION., Set Teeth 65 00
Gold Crowns 65.00
Gold Fillings 8I.O0
Sliver Fllllnjjs BOc
Our name nlone will be a guarantee
that your wprk will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4. Elite Ruildtng, Hotel Street
ladies in attendancb.
65 Queen St.
On Saturday, Nov. 2nd
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At the new Ilachfcld building, corner
of Kort nnd Queen streets, I will sell
nt Public Auction
About 1200 ORANITE PAVINO
Will be sold in lots to nit purchas
ers. Jas. F. Morgan. '
AUCTION SALE OF "ORPHEUM"
Under orders from liou. Owi. D.
Ocur, Second Judge of the Circuit
Court of the Klrst Circuit, In foreclos
ure of the mortgage of The Orpheuni
Co.. Ltd., to C. S. Desky. I will sell
public auction, to tne highest bid
del, for cash, on
Saturday, November 16, 199
AT U O'CLOCK NOON,
,t my salesroom, 05 Queen street.
ceitaln uarcel of land, with all im
provements thereon, and known as the
Orpheum Illock, situated on tho north
ern side of Kort street. This property
has n frontage of 120 2-10 feet on Kort
street and contains 38-100 acre. Terms,
cash. United States gold coin. Deeds
ut expense of purchaser. Kor further
Information, apply at officii of., ,
JAS. F. MORGAN, '
05 Queen St. &
The undersigned will receive appli
cations to lease lots in tho "SCHMIDT
CENTRAL DLOCK" on Ucrotanla
street, No. 6S8, adjoining tho prem
ises of tho Queen's Hospital.
This valuable property will bo divid
ed into several business sites and of
fers a lino chance to Investors In Real;
Estate. Suitable for Stores, Lodgl
Houses or Dwellings, Applications
lots will be treated In priority and
will pay to make early applications,
An Important feature of these leases
Is that the lesseo has tho option of
purchasing his lot In fee simple during
the term of his leaso at a figure, based
on tho rental ho 1 paying.
Terms nnd conditions of lease with
amount of rents BBked can be had on
Jas. F. Morgan, 1
65 Quetn Street.
65 Queen St
Sr.;", ,. j4l