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nVKNINO HULLRTIN. HONOLULU, II. T., FRIDAY, NOVKMUKIt 1. 1901.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tho money If it
Tails to cure. K. V. Grove's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE !
La Insular of America
Tommy II I had a million iloltnn,
.Hilly, I'd give vou half. Hill) You
don't mean Itl Presently Tommy pick
ed up a 10 cent piece, and lio never
vi Id a word about film rim; l with
Hilly. There's a good doal of grown
mi human nature In boy. Uoitou
Trade Mark Registered and owned by DAVID LAWRENCE & COMPANY, Ltd.
Kstato J. II, Coney, aF8eecd $n",'0Q0,
returned J 13,000; Tax Appeal Court
valuation. $51,500. J. II, Coney ap
peals. A. Hocking, nsscBbcd $?.".000, return
ed $40,000; Tax Appeal Court valua
tion. '$73,000. A. Hocking appeals.
John II Kstato, assessed $122,500, re
turned $71,000; Tax Appeal Conrt valu
ntlon. $122,500. It Kstatc' appeals.
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant nnd Nuunnu Stm.,
mImo HOTI2L. ST.. opposite Bcthal.
THE POPULAR STORE
ANCIENT FEUDAL TENURE
SEEMS WIPED AWAY
19 Inches wide, 20 different designs
to choose from, lleally worth $1.25 per
ynrd, but sold by us to clear out at
50c per yard.
REMNANTS OF RIBBONS
A ureal variety of w Uths lengths nnJ colors,
5c to 25c per yard.
In order to give our out-of-town cus
tomers as good an opportunity as
those In tho city, we shall not com
mence our ribbon sale tilt Saturday
We will then offer Nos. 40. CO and SO
ALL SILK RIBBONS at 25c per Yard.
If you can uso tho colors, this wilt
bo n golden oppoitunlty to sectiro real
bargains In ribbons.
Action of Attorney General in Circui
Court iu Probably the Death
Knell of Native
CONTESTS FOR PRINCIPLE
Jeveral Large Estates on the Docktt
Three Appeals By Pro
perty Owners and Ten
Attorney flcncral Dole In the Circuit Thirteen cases were appealed to the
Court yesterday entered a nolle prose- Supreme Court estcrday from the
qui to the prosecution of a native for Tax Appeal Court, three appeals be-
violation of konohlkl fishing rights In Ing taken by owners of piopcrty who
the Bca at Knncohe. Ho declared an estimated the value of their property
absence of vested rights In tho evl- at n less sum than tho assessed valu-
dencc and said the claiming owner of ntlon, nnd the remaining Hn appeal!
tho privilege had a resource In civil . being taken by Assessor J. V. l'ratt.
proceedings. XIr- l'ratt said jestcrday that his ap-
Thls would seem to mark the end or pen's were on a principle ui 111c iaw
the ancient feudal rights In sea flshtr- J relative to leaseholds. 'The Tax An
tes, which hac been wont to go with peal Hoard had acquiesced In an old
lands fronting on the coast. At every! practice of assessment which he deem
legislative session for many )ears up'cd not according to the law, and now
to the revolution of 1893 native mem- no wanted the Supreme Comt td dcclrin
hers put up n fight to abolish kono- tho question once foi-all.
blkl fisheries, but their, efforts met The appeals arc as follows:
with no better success thhn those madu Kstato of James Itoblnson. assessed
lust as often to repeal the act to mltl, J13C.000; returned at l.b,000: Tax An-
gate tho effects of vice. The latter Pl Court valuation. I2C3.3CC. Appeal
The big golf tournament on the
Moamilua links will be pin) oil some
time during the present month. Tlia
following entiles have already been
Jamlcoon Scran h
D. V. Anderson Scratch
It. Anderson S
H. I). Sinclair fi
n. M. Itoss ID
N. Kay I
finally went out with the advent of the
Kdmomls Act brought hero by annexa
tion. Similarly, it would seem, tho
feudal tenure of deep sea fisheries be
comes extinguished by tho equal rights
to nature's bounties conferred by the
United States constitution.
At 3 o'clock yeRterday afternoon In
vited guests of the Rapid Transit Corn-
by J. W. l'ratt,
Kmlly K. Mehrten, assessed $72,000;
leturncd, $25,000; Tax Appeal Court
valuation, $25,000. J. V. Pratt appeals.
Julia K. Hunt and Becky A. Hunt,
assessed $14,000, returned $11,200; Tax
Appeal Court valuation, $11,200. J. W.
Kxtuto Mary II. Graeme, assessed
$140,000. returned $20,000; Tnx Appeal
Court valuation. $00,000. J., W. l'ratt
Instate II. llorehead, nssessed $15.
000, returned $15,000; Tax Appeal
Court valuation. $10,000. J. W. l'ratt
Antonc Manuel, nssessed J3S.500. re-
turn ml 1 O Aftil 1n v A nniifil TVitirt in tti
pany assembled at the car barns wher. jooo.' j. w. l'ratt appeals,
cars were In readiness to take them. .. .,,,,., ,. , ,,,
IllinilMUll KIVV.II ll l'lll JM1II J , it
over the College Hills extension. The !
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
Wo liave now- n large stock of tho
above on hand.
CEMENT ROOFING affords thor
ough firo protection to the building
nnd is a non-conductor of hent and
No rusting, decalng, warping,
cracking or melting; always flexible,
quickly and eaBtly applied.
I'uro water flowing from tho roof
can bo used for domestic purposes.
Can bo applied on old shingles or
metal roof. Wind and llro proof. Kor
tint or steep surfaces.
Wo solicit your enquiries and will
promptly furnish any Information do-Hired.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
$27,500. returned $13,000; Tnx Appeal
II 11 I .1 .a a , V.'MUV. I.
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uiu juuciUJii ui 1 unaiiuu iijifi tvnui-r nnnmlM
avenues There the specials cars mm, Join ,,,, .wgs,,, $S000, return
switched on to the Punnlioii line. Tho . ,,nnn. ,w ,. ,, ,., ,
trip up the Manoa road was a charm- fzm y w n ,
Ing one. the cooling breezes from the, ,, ,,., ',. .,-, r.
uiuuiiiuiiiH sni-riiiUK iuiuuku mc i.uo ,.,, tlKiitc-.- -!., l,lf,l ..!.
t t .1 .tlmtnllllljB ttlA iff.lAlu 4 t A linSI I jl T
."" ;".L" "1V.".. .' ... "H ". '"8.970. J. W. l'ratt appeals.
clu, .,.,............, u. c ..... , Estat(J A A Corn0t ll88C!)8eiI ,!,-,,
icmuiiii.v 11.111 .iiv tuia nu.u lui.ivit
. llottomley ....
W. M. Iluthanan
J. I.. Cotkburn . . .
W. M. tllfford 20
Dr. Nichols 20
W. W. Thayer 23
II. II. Illgelow- ...: 23
J. T. Irvine 25
ALAKBA ST., NEAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
Beautiful garden scene containing coffee trees In full bearing, bananas
and pineapples, all InslJe. Eve-ybody Invited.
Evening Bulletin, 75c per month
I). Melnlyro .10
A. (lulld 30
C. It. Coulson 20
The preliminary round will be play
ed tomorrow afternoon. Cockburu
playing Mclntrc nnd Jnmlcson meet
ing Sinclair. The draw for .the first
round has resulted ns follows: Thayer
vs. fiulld: Illgelow vs Oarvle; I). W.
Anderson s. Irvine; Clifford vs. Kay;
It. Anderson vs. Nichols; llottomley.
vs. tluchanan: itoss vs. Coulson.
Fine prizes nave been offered for(
first nnd second places, addition to
these there will be a sweepstake of
fifty cents from each entiy to be divid
ed among the runners-up. The lij-lnuj
hnvo been amended, as follous, to
ngiee with -the change of the links to
nine holes: I
1. A -ball In the Ml cam or In the
locky bed of same, may be placd,
vhere It lies, or It may be lifted by the !
player, with the loss of one stroke.'
and dropped on the side farthest from
the hole, not moie than three club
lengths from the hazard. I
S. A ball lying In an unplayable posl- TUr flUDM INI A I VV KSHQ kVflV IMIIDiVY
ot uiLi uLJUiuiiiuo, mi Li uiDuumiuu uusuaui
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish (ft
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage,
Choice Beef, Veal. Mutton,
(f Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR SALB AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 4j.
1 he Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
upon the tracks that run through Col
lege Hills and over tho well pared
streets of that section. At tho end of
the run all were given an opportunity
to roam about for soma time Inspect
ing the lots and enjoying the fine views
of mountain and se,a.
After some tlrao spent in looking
nround the residence district Manager
IJallcntync Invited tho guests to tako
seats In the ram. where refreshments
were forthwith served, consisting of
Ice cream, cake, lemonade and mineral
Among the guests were Judge and
000. returned $5000; Tax Court valua
tion. $7500. J. W. l'ratt appeals.
Kaplolani Estate, assessed $159,000,
returned $112,700; Tax Appeal Comt
valuation. $201,007. J. W. l'ratt ap
I Kstutc A. A. Dolron, assessed $SO00O,
returned $2000; Tax Appeal Court val
uation. $1000. J. W. l'ratt appeals.
M. S. Crlnbaum & Co.. goods In
stock, assessed $t84.St2.S2: returned
$60,000; Tax Appeal Court valuation.
$121,842.82. J. W. l'ratt appeals.
lllshop Estate, assessed $110,000, r
tuition, $75,000. J. W. l'ratt appeals.
Mrs. Galbralth, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. O.. Ill
lent) no nnd t'wo daughters, Mr. and turned $30,800; Tax Appial Court val
Mrs. Clias. II. Atherton, Mr. nnd Mrs Kon, Mr. nnd Mis. J. II. Fisher, Mrs.
I,. A. Thutston, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. W
rearson, Mr. and Mrs. I Tenney I'eek,
Mr. and Mts. Henry Waterhouse. Mr.
nnd Mrs. E. S. Olll. Mr. nnd Mrs. 1'. V
Jones. Mrs. S. N". Castle, Mrs. II. L'ostln
Coleman, Mrs. Hcniy N. C.istle. Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. I-owrle, Dr. N..I1. Emcr-
W. It. Castle, W. It. Castle. Jr.. 1-'. J.
I.owrey, Mrs. b J. Amvveg. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Itohrcr, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Mnxson
Smith! Miss Cnrrln Castle, Miss Jean
Elsnir, Mr. nnd Mrs. (. 11. Oilman. J,
A. Oilman, Mr. Tennant. Mr. Ilarkley
J. O. l'ratt. A. Ourtley.
ft tt H Ht ttt f frf-f-f-f-f-f-f ft ft ft '
A beautiful and dainty assortment.
We would like to have you call ami
Inspect this stock. : : : : :
-14 Hotel Street, near Nuunnu.
General Merchandise, Di'y Goods, Groceries
Japanese Provisions, ' etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT h TRF.ET.
2? . O- Boss 886 3va,irL Slh
TOR MEN'S SUITS.
fop Indies nt 75c pci ytinl nnd
Hon may bo lifted, with the loss of
one stioke, nnd dropped within two
Unli lengths, but not any nearer tho
fi. Loose stones In the proximity of
walls 01- calms ate not to be consider
ed as part of said walls or eatrns.
4. riaylng to the first and second
holes. If the ball bo played through
or over the fencing bounding Tim's
nrd, the player mny play the ball
whete It lies, or drop a ball'at the spot I
from which the ball was struck, with
out any penalty except the loss of the
5. Any member playing In competi
tion with one who is not also n mem
ber of the club, unlets with sanction
first obtained fioin the council, will be
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