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FOIl FUMHEIt PAHTICl'LAUS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
,i GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific MairsTeaisWp" CoT '"
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
fltl,.01 th.e aoove """panics will call at Honolulu and
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FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
NIITON MAUU . .
. . . .NOV. 2S
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FOR GENERAL INFORMATION
H. HACKFIBLQ &
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
., steamers of tho abovo line, running In connection wlta tho CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, H. C, and Sydney, N.S.V.,
and calling at Victoria, B. c.. Honolulu and Brisbane, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about tbo dates below Hated, viz.:
From Vancouver an- Victoria, B. C. , l-rom Sydney and Brisbane..
(lor llrlsbano and Sydney.) (For Victoria and Vaurouver. 11. C.)
A'OANA NOV. 2.:,MIOWi:itA NOV. 2J
miuwkica DEC. 2l.AOu.vNni . . . DRn. 1R
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada Fnited Stntea and
Europo. For Freight and Passage r.nd all general information, upply to
Theo. H. Davles & Co.. Ltd.. Gen'! Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
8. HAWAIIAN, 6;000v toner tolafl about Oct. 20.
8. OREGONIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about Dec. 10.
8. CALIFORNIA, 6.000 tons, to tall about Jan. 10.
S. S. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to tall
Freight received at Company's whurf, 42nd Strut. South Brooklyn, at
all times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
.CROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCI3CO.
TWO TRAINS OAILY
.Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to Now York.
Pullman Palace Sleeper. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J H. LOTHROP, General Agent.
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK. Ocneral Agent,
. No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
fc. L. LOMAX, O'. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
Honolulu Rapid Transit
and Land Company.
School Children's Tickets
Half-faro school children's tickets I
may be purchased irom mo conuuciors
on the cars, or at tho company's office
on Alapat street. These will bo good
for the transportation of school chil
dren up to 17 years of. age In soln,
to and coming from school, between
the hours of 7:30 and 9:3U a. m., aud
1 and 2:30 p. m. on regular school
C. C. Ballentyne.
Mgr. H. n. V. & I-. Co.
Wilder's Steamship Company
. FREIGHT AND
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
All spuclul ratorf, oxct'ptlng to cler
Kymou. will bo aboJIahuU on Ootobor
4a I W 13 G&?
A Stindifd rtmtdi lor Cleat, s I
aSal Oenorrtias sna Runnings (Minv 1 1
KH IN 4 HOURS. Cutis KM- IrTuUIJ 1
sb Mi tnd BUddir TroublM. S I
for ham miVMann
tne dal" belw mentioned.
Pna saw cpAwnorn
NIPPON .MAUU NOV.
APPLY TO P. M. S. S. CO.
fcO. LTO. AGENTS.
YOU CAN DO IT NOW
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 16 $3.
Hoielaln Office, 315 Fort St.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for jour message
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINO STREET LINE.
Cf leavt Walkikl (or town at s ). 6 ti, ft.Jj a.m
an3 tvery is minute thrrtafttr ttl otj. nji and
11:1s PM, from Waklklco to the Punahou Stables.
Cars leave R Kane or Pawaa iwlub for town at
j:jjA.M. and every is minute if. rfirur nit iixkm
Cars leave I ort and Kinc streets corner lor Halaraa
at6io a.m. and every 1$ oimutei atler till n.a
Cart lea e (or Patim a only at j and s 10 A. h.
Can leave Palamafor Wlkikf a m. and ever.
I is mlmitei till 9 4S P then at o'ij and 10 4$ P.m
mic iiiiir.n num rtiana inr runinw unir xvw
to Walkikl on Saturday.
Can leave Fort and King ktrects corner (01 Klltc
Range at s m and 'o a.m,
Car leave f-orand Klnc tirrttt corner (or Walkikl
at o 03A.M. andcveiy 15 minu'et tiliioorp.M inen ai
10. m and n:ts p m. The 11 n p.m. foea to Waikik
on Saturdays on'y,
EERETANIA STREET AND T'JUANU VAlLhY
Cars leave Punahou Stable tor Town at :jo an?
(or Ton and Valley at 3 40 530 6 to Vao 6 40 7 and
Cars leave OahjCotleee (ortcmn and Villj ei
6.10 6 so and t.io A.M and even 10 mir.utes till lout
p.m. except the even hour and half, hour cars which
run Irom the Stable,
Cars leave Nuuanu Valley at 10 f y 6.50 A.m and
every in minutes thereafter till so P.M.
Cars leave l-nrt and Queen streets (or Punahou
Colleee at 6 os 6.33 643AM end every 10 minutes
alter till q 4S P.M. After that the cart run t the
Stable up to 1 i:soP.M,whk his the Uitcar from Town,
reaching the Stable at n:)ap m.
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1899.
STATIONS, JA1LY DAIH
(Ouuard) ex. Sun daily ex. Sun daily dail
A.M. AM. A.M, P.M PM
Honolulu . .. f.io qn unj t) j k
Pearl Clly ... S i3 1140, 147 5:10
Ew Mill . Ill ikI 100 4 -1 6 l-
Wallni. 10 50 ..... 44 ....
W.UIui 11 t ..... .41 ..,,
tCuhukv II 0:i ....
(Inw.rdi ty Sun. daily daily daily
AM. A.M. P.M. P.M.
K'thuku 5lj c8
W.litua 1, 16 .... . jo
Vlinje j 10 , ,, 1 j.)
E .Mill X'ti T.41 let 4,..
P4rt City 6.11 8.01 1, jo 4:1.
Honolulu ftjo 8. j 103 :
F C. SMITH. Genl Pnss. & Ticket Agt.
u. r. uii.MSU.-s, uupertntcnaent
Dealers is Real E:ta(e and
WE deal In all kinds of Real Estate,
Mortgages, Leases, Etc.; do first-clan
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 the
most successful plans licforo tlio pub
lic for small Investors to savo and
earn n monthly sum. Pay to us $2
per month and wo secure you by a
Debenture Bond, bearing Interest
from dato of Issuance. Apply for par
ticulars, The Hawaiian Realty
and Maturity Co., ltd.
Offices Rooms 3-4, Mclntyre, Bldg.
, 'Phone Main 141.
Latest Lady Fad
t.t i i i .. i i. i , , &.i..;l
An nrtUt who has lic-cumo known
tin (iiikii his drawings of beautiful wom
en, and hns been credited with ban-
Ihhlns the liaiiu' Irom the forehead nf
the Ami-rlcnn Klrl, said In regard to tho '
rumored revival or Empire laslilons
"The only dlmculty with that beauti
ful manner or dross Is that It retpilres
youth and a eertnln earringe and Krace
that Im Kciniethlng more than beauty
of face and form. A very little wom
an or a very stout woman, or a woman
who ha nut a beautiful neck, cannot
war an Kmplrn Kown to advantage.
Nor In It suited to a woman of quick,
nervous or wry energetic movements.
It legulren a dignity of carriage, re
pose nnd grncv that hardly belong tu
these hurrying times.
"The fuhhlou Is admirably milted for
a hoiive gown, but lor dlnnerH or
iIuikch It Is not adapted, to my Idea.
rin- present modish stjlo In wom
an t, evening dress f"ins to batlsfy
the !) thoroughly. It Is so far ahead
of the old hourglass figure.
Artistic women must rejolco In the
larger waist, at present fashionable.
when gowned for evening, nnd also
In tin' absence of the little hldeoiK
pail worn In the hollow of the back
Just below the waist, and likewise In
the unstllTenrd hem of the gown that
rests on the enrpet all the way around
the nklit and traits a bit In the lac!..
About the new street skirt that
clenrs the pai'emon tncre can be no
other opinion than that It Is adapted
lor outdoor wear and for sports of all
kinds In the open. Whatever Is suit
able Is beautltul. some plillosophors
hay. but personally I cannot say that
I admin- the ankle skirt except for Its
practical use. Sometimes on a very
petite nml pretty woman of girlish
ugure it iooks in narmnny. nut many
women are built on lines too large to
airord with the short skirt
A womniiM draperies to be artistic
altniilil f-llnir nnl nnl atnuil mil nlinlil I
r.. u 7 i ....-. .i.. ..
III,- iii'ui. im- in.ii ,-in-i i nml iiiu
unkle-length skirt has Is that women
are wearing smarter-looking boots and
hosiery. The Rngllsh girt has her
boots polished every day. The Amer
ican girl sometimes wears a pair out
and lets them get quite grny-lookloi;
and shabby. That is. she used to do
so. Hut now women are beginning to
tree their shoes In this country and
tie their low shoes with fresh black
ribbon instead of the shoestring of tho
"Then the American glrla walk but
ter than they used to, with a swing '
find n fieedom that Is duo to their
more frequent exercise, their larger ,
waist Hue nnd their shorter skirts.
There Is n tendency at present among
modish girls to bend lorward (roiu '
the hips slightly, but this is oul u fad
and II not cnrrled to extremes It eau i
hnldly be called u d.-u i tlvo carriage. '
Few women look well who cany
themsehes bolt uptight. A slight
une In the throat accentuates u wen
pclsed head. Footmen nnd ei sound
military nnd naval men are the only
ones who hold their shoulders stiffly
h'liiare nowadays. The military car
riage for women has gone out. '
rlieie Is a new fad coming In for
women who walk and onu of my mod
els hns been poslug It lor ni for somu
pictures, ton will see that It shows
the shoulders squared, tle body bent
slightly forwuid from the waist and
the elbows curved somcitng like thu
forelegs of it thoroughbred bulldog. It
Is the Piccadilly walk and the lui
dou bounder shows it to perfet tlon as
he stioffe upon the Strand.
"Oddly enough these rashlous some
how reach the girls In this countrybe
fore they became populur with tho
men. The football walk that girls uf
fieted oil Fifth uenue to winters
itgo never reached any other men but
the college uthletes and their Imltatorb
nnd aibnlrers in the big universities.
Hut tho New lorl; girls caught the
walk and it was funny to see them
swinging along in tho liea style uf
the well-tralued athlete."
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take I.ainthe Hiomo Quinine. Tablets.
Ml druggists return! tho money If It
fnlls to cure. h. W. Orove's signature,
is on each box, 25 ccnta.
Ri pa !a ti rs. Pm fa rtj na kj na ra P-i
I ? -V "' fa? ' " - .' .MV;.' .'." r,"-' -. - V "h
EXCURSION STEAMERS AT THE INTERNATIONAL CUP RACES.
This plctille gives only 11 him of the gteut liilliilier of eseuislciu stennuT
Mlilcli hale been picr-clit eiuii day of Hie jaeht laces. All kinds of t rait !'
rprM'titeil, fiom small tugs to great sound steatucrs, each one loaded tu
the guiuds Hltb enthusiastic spectators.
KVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T.. SATURDAY. NOV. 2, 1901.
Instruments Filed for Record Novem
ber 1, 1901.
J. W. It. Keanu T. Tet Mln...L.
Tr. Jas. Love Pacific Land & Im
provement Co. ... L.
J. M. Vivas M. E. Horlia ....A.L.
C. A. Foo Keo Chan et at. I.. K.
W. C. Achl L. L. McCandless ...
Instruments Filed for Record Novem
ber 2, 1901.
Autonlo Medclros Mnrla CabraL.Agt.
Joso llodrlgues Oaspar 'Agusto 0.
W. 11. Slilpman Agusto O. Surrno
Trus. Oahu College ever i . Em
Recorded October'28, 1901.
Solomon Koula and wife to Maria
Vlcrra; deed; one-thlid Interest In
0 rant 1029. Pohakupuka, North llllo,
Hawaii; $300. Hook 229, page 95.
Dated July 20, 1901.
Manoel dc 3. l'achcco and wife to
Manoel M. Hczcntes; deed; lot 9,
block C, Villa l'l-atica, illlo, Hawaii;
$.100. Hook 22., page 411. Dated Ju
ly 9, 1901.
Manoel Franco and wlfo lo Joao Cor-
rcla; deed; tlitcn ncies land, Knapa
liu. Hnmakua, linwall; $400. Hook
29, page 97. Dated Jutiu 21, 1901.
W. Oroto ami wile lo August
I)o ike; deed; lots - nnd 7, Urotu
tract, ruunul. Honolulu, (Mini; $S50.
Hook 22'., jiago I1. Date-i October
Mrs. M. Keahomakaul to Territory
of Hawaii: deed; right rif way across
portions It. r. s 21.11' mid lust, rapa
uliiana, Klpahulu, .Maul; ?J00. Hook
22S, page 417. Dated September 12.
Kmma M. Nakulna and husband to
Patrick Oleasou; deed; lots 2i' aud 27,
Aplll-Kanepalki tract, Honolulu, Oahu;
in:.n. Uook 229, page 9i. Dated Sep
tember 2fi, 19(11.
1'. Muhlendorf, trustee, to Henry Q.
Foster; deed; lot Ij, block II. ol
Orant .1400, Kiilaoknhuu, Honolulu,
Oahu; $12."0. Hook 229, pago 99. Dat
ed October R, 19H1.
A. V. Gear and wife to Henry O.
Foster; release; lot 18, block II, Orant
3400, Kulaokahua. Honolulu, Oahu.
Hook 229, page I no. Dated October X,
Theo. F. Lansing and wife lo Henr)
O. Foster: deed! lot IS. block U. Kit
laokahua. Honolulu, Oahu; $1. Hook
229, page Wo. Dated October 25, 1901.
Lain On, to He Pol Fan et nl.; con
sent; to-'iiRslsn leasehold, iueyan.
yaid street, Honolulu, Oahu. Hook 224,
page .193. Dated October 28, 1901.
Recorded October 29, 1901
Hawaiian Trust Co.v t.td., to Alice
S. Maedonald; assignment of mort
gage: mortgage (lehrltig et nl. on lots
4 nnd 15 of Orant 197, Kulaokahua, Ho
nolulu, Oahu; $5uoo. llouk 22ti, pago
499. Dated Octooer 28. 1901.
J. V. Sharer to . A. Kolmar. trus-
tee; chattel mortgage; plumbers' sun
plles. toids and accounts. Alakea
stieet. Honolulu. Oahu; jliHin and nd
vances to )20i)(i, two years at 8 per
ci nt. Hook lllil, page .1. Dated Octo-
per -'. IVU1,
Recorded October 30, 1901,
P. Johnson to Ah Cho et nl.;
V .. '
It. P. 4179. Kul. 1C051I. Hono-
Oahu: ten years at $120.
page 243. Dated October 12.-
O. L. Kopu to liana Plantation
Company; lease; 5 1-2 acres of II. P.
1806, 7 1-2 acres of 11, P. .1193, Ka
walpapa. liana, Maul. Hook 228. page
V. Dated October 3. 19ot.
COW WITH A FALSE TAIL.
A cow with a false tall figured this
morning In a suit for damages before
Alderman William A. Means, all be
cause the tall was bogus the suit wus
withdrawn and the losts were paid by
Charles C.nipbell entered suit
HgaltiHt Henry Metier, fur damages al
leged to have been caused by tbo rav
agis In Campbell's garden b n cow
which was snld by neighbors to belong
tu Melkr. It was Campbell's own
tow, but lie did not recognlre It with
out a tall. The case was to have come
to a hearing this morning, but at tin
appointed hour Campbell appeared
withdrew the suit and paid the costs.
He tHen explained the ivasou to AI
Karly In the week Campbell bought
a cow from John McGulrc, who, he
said, lives In Frankstowu ro.ul. lit
tu ought the cow home nnd turned her
loose In his garden, but was astonish
ed Thursday morning to Hud what ap
peared to bo a strange tow In his
patrh. The animal had no tall. He
was told by some of his neighbors that
the animal belonged to Meller. und the
same morning he enterrd suit before
Alderman Means, He also chased the
cow out. When he returned to figure
up the extent of damage done In his
garden he found a cow's tall with bits
of rawhide stlrklng to It. This and
other Information lunvluced Campbell
that the cow was the one he hud
bought, and which had switched off
her tall. For this reason he withdrew
thu "buU. Pittsburg Chronlcli'-Tele-graph.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents pel
r.j fj, p- Ra sai R-a r-a tjj sa ra to Ks M
- 8v -rrf,c,ircC4BJ
TWO Mi iiS
As usual there will be two games o(
li-isnlinll nn tlin Mnblbt ri-rnntlnn
grounds this afternoon, the first nt 1 1
o'clock between the Hall and Police
teams and the second at 3:30 o'clock
between the Capitol and Custom House
teams. The latter will play as follows.
J. Williams Tucker
J. Aybtt Kincn
P. Chlllliigworth, Jr Dowers
Substitutes Capitols. Harbottle, Ma-
hclona, Anderson; Customs, Wilder.
The Police nnd 1
O. Hall teams will
play as follows!
Ed Paris ..
C. F. Chlllliigworth
BUDDHIST BIBLE OF MANY TONS.
Count Otaul's representative who
visited China during the rampalsn. re
ceived the Lama Scripture preserved In
the Youg-hO-kung at Peking. "lie
cehed" Is a euphemistic way of stat
ing the fuel. It Is the expression Used
by Japanese impels In describing thn
manner of the Scrjpturc's transfer.
Hut the accounts originally transmit
tul were not of a character to suggest
ordinary glln. and taking. They
spoke of the Japanpso Hiiddhlsts as
.cry uniious io remote inis tein.rateu
refusing to sanction the operation. Itn
mor then lepresented the volumes ns
sufnrlcntl) numerous and bulky to
load twenty pack horses, so by what
eer process the Scripture was secured.
Its transmission to Japan was no small
undertaking. In Japan It now Is, how
ever, together with two big lecterns
used for rending the tomes. Each
volume measures 3 feet by 1 foot, nnd
bears on Its cover elaborate Uuddhlit
Illuminations. The binding Is In rich
brocade, and the printing was done is
the Wnnlleh era of the Ming dynast)
with wooden tpes which were sub
sequently destroyed by fire.. There ara
said to b" several thousands of vol
umes, and the total weight Is estimated
at from fourteen to fifteen tons. The
larger of the two lecterns Is twelve
feet In length, three feet wide and four
feet high. The smaller Is seven feet
square. Hnth ate mado entirely of
shltan Ired sandal wood) and are cov
ered with elaborate carvings of dra
gons and Moral scrolls. Japan fmll
cini.imrjN's woust fok.
Chl'dren show symptoms of disease
quicker than grown pople, uud nrt
accordingly easy to tteat for all trou
hies. Tho worbt foes of children are
worms, but their presence can bo read.
Ily detected, and speedily removed
When ,t child becomes restless In
sleep, picks at Its nose, grinds Its
teeth, has an Irregular apctltc. Is ner
vously irritable, and has bad breath, It
If, a victim of worms' work. Theto Ia
Just ono way to treat worms that Is
to kilt them. Don't waste ttmo on any
other treatment, and don't waste
money on any other medicine, for
Klcknpoo Indian Worm Killer Is the
safest, surest, promptest and most per
manent relict from worms. Hobron
Drug Co., agents for Klckapoo Indian
A quaint story of a master builder
and a Ilrltlsh workman is told by a
ttadc Journal. Having heard that the
men did not stait work at the proper
time, the employer thought be would
drop down about C:30 one morning
nnd sre. fining up the yard he
caught sight of a Joiner standing
smoking, with his kit not even opened
Simply asking his name, which he
found to bu Malcolm Campbell, he
called him Into the olllce, and, hand
ing him four days' pay, ordered him
to leave at onte. After seeing the
man clear of the yard, he went up to
the foreman and explained that he had
made an example of Malcolm Camp
bell by paying him off for not starting
nt the proper hour. "Oreat Scott, sir!'
ejaculated tho foreman, "that chap
was only looklii' for a Job." London
Poser for the Judge.
Pat, having been unduly familiar
with n curklcsd bottle, found himself
enjoying a night's lodging ut the ex
pense of ,the city.
"How lung hae Oii been In this
country?" asked the Judge the rJst
"h'altli, an' Its nolgh on to slvcn
months, ycr honor." teplled Pat.
"Have )ou a trade?" asked tho
"Sure an' It's a sailor 01 am." un
suered the Iiishmau.
"He careful what ,vou say." caution
ed the Judge. "I doubt very much If
jnu hno over been to sea In your life."
"Hegory!" exclaimed tho ton ol
Ereln, "an' Is It In a wagon ycr hon
or's afther thlnkln' Ol came over from
the ould counthry?"
If used ns I direct It Is a positive cure nnd cannot fall. It gives tb-l
ltallzlng power of electricity, without burning or blistering, to every weal.
died part, developing the full vigor or miinliiMid. It letnoves all the effect
of Indiscretions or excesses forever.
I guarantee n euro.' If I say I can cure I don't ask nny ono to take
chances on my Invention. It doesn't coi-t )nii nnthlng If I fall.
SPECIAL NOTICE. If you have an old belt of another make which hi
burned nnd blistered ou. or one that ilk! not possess electricity, bring it
I In nml I will allow one half the price
I give a tree lest to cnll who call.
beautifully Illustrated book with full
Dp. M. H. McLaughlin,
A. T. HACHNKAMP. Manager.
HE COULD BEAT I HAT.
William C Whltuej occasionally
llnl. tlltw, li 1,01 ftlfil-v tllu Itllnci
,, nll(ml a J0linK frenei,ier nf the race
track In whom he took some little In
tel est. After working strnilll) for
some months, this chap took his sav
ings to Saratoga and nt the outset o(
the ince meeting started In to get alt'lngn wells, 70 cents per barrel.
the bookmakers money. Luck wns.
against him, and after two or three
das of plunging with Indifferent sue
ciss he found his capital sadly reduc
ed. Then he took a turn nt roulette
nnd lost about all he had left.
"On the following morning." sns
Mr. Whitney. "I found tho chap alt?
ting In one of the spring houses
where one may drink nil the water 1m
chooses for 5 rents. At noon when
I stepped In he was still there. Thero
he sat at the same table when, with a
party of friends I stepped in to get a
mineral water nightcap. In the lata
evening. Jokingly I asked him If he'd
been there all day.
"'Yes. Blr, I have," was his reply.
'And concluded this Is the only game
I ian beat up heie.' New York
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF
UABLE REAu ESlATE.
Pursuant to an order nf Hon. (Jen. D.
Gear, Second .luclgo of the Circuit
Court, or the First Circuit. Territory
of Hawaii, duly made and entered tho
.mtli clay or October, 1901, in the Mat
ter of the I'stntit of Makauoe, deceas
ed, I will sell at public auction on Sat
urday, the 9th day of November, 1901,
at 12 o'clock noon, at the front door
nt the Judiciary Hulldlng, In Honolulu.
Island of Oahu. that certain Parcel of
land, with tho buildings and Improve
ments thereon, situate on Mnkikl
street, near Heretanln street, in Ho
nolulu aforesaid, bounded and describ
ed us follows:
Commencing nt n point on Maklkl
street bearing N. 13" 35' K.. true. 200
feet from the Knst corner of Klnau
and Mnklkl streets, and running
N. 13 35' i:.. true. 150 f.-et along Ma-
H. 40 5r,'K., true, .131'. feet along the
remaining' poitlon of
lloynl Patent C305;
S 5(i03l',Wtiiie. 82 feet along land
formerly of J. S, Lem
S. 18" 25' W., true. RS feet along said
land formerly of J. S.
N. 17' 7'W., 320 feet along a part of
Itoyal Patent C3Q5 und
Ciinnt 31lu; to the Inltlnl point; contain
ing nu a leu of 1 1 1-1 Oil acres, being a
portion of Itoyal Patent Number 6305.
L. C. A. 95, and Itoyal Patent Orunt
Terms Cash, Deed nt tho expense
of tho purchaser. Sale subject to con
tinuation by the Court.
SAMUEL B. WOOLLEY,
Administrator with the Will Annexed
nf thu Estate of Makanoe, Oe
.ceased. ' 1982 Nov. 1, 2. 4. 6. 8.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned having been duly
nppolnted the Admlnlstiator of the es-
tato or William Keating, lato of Ewa
In the Island of Oahu, Territory of Ha
wall, dec eased,
Notlio Is heieby given to all persons
to present their claims against the es-
tute or said William Kent ng. deceas
ed, duly authenticated, whether so
Hired by mortgage or otherwise, to the
undersigned at hlu olllce on Merchant
stieet. Honolulu, Oahu, aforcsaU.
within six months from the dnto here
in, or they will be loiever barred And
ill persons Indebted lo said estate aro
hereby requested to nial-e Immediate
ictt lenient or payment to tho nuclei
Dated Honolulu. Oclobi-1- 25th. 1901.
Admlnlstiator of the Estate of Wm.
1978 Oct. 20. Nov, 2. 9. lb
to Men I ! !
This Is a message to men. It Is 'n
men who want to feel like men, to loolc
like men and act like men. This is to
men who lark courage, whose nerved
nre shaky, whoso eyes have lost thi
sparkle, whose brains are muddled.
Ideas confused, sleep restless, confi
dence gone, spirits low and easily de
pressed, who are backward, hesitating,
unable to enture because they ara
afraid of failure, who want somebody
to decide for them, who are weak, pu
ny, restless. It Is to men who have part
or nil of these s)nitoms and want new
life new fin re, new vigor. I offer It
to yon In my wonderful
It lins restored health and strength
to thotisnii'ds of weak and Impotent
,f mine tor It.
It vou i-nn'l call I will send vnii mv
Information free. Cnll or write no.
702 MnrU-t St..
rtnn Frnnclnco, Ciil.
to the f-amom
lao Vallev. and
easy acces to
volcano In th
World. - - -
ISLAND OF MAUI.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coallnga Gil
Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, completely sur
rounded by an rich oil-producing wells
ns there are In the State, yielding frote
50 to 250 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil nt tho Coa
With twenty.flvo producing wells of
100 barrels each per clay, you can
make; your own calculation as to
Tbo oil industry of California Is In
Its Infancy, yet many fortunes have
been mado by Judicious and lucky In
vestments in oil stock. Many mors
will bn mado In tho near future.
The avoragu advance on original
salon of oil stock In twenty leading
companies In California has bova
from fl to $108 per share.
Oil lands have advanced from 11.25
to 11,000 and $2,000 per acre.
When tho Pacific Union Oil Com
pany has n number of producing wclta
on Its property, its stock will' have
tho snme show for even a greater ad
vance, ns somo oil stock has advance!
from $1 tu $1,500 per share.
Tho Pacific Union Oil Company ns
no salaried officers, and Is controlled
by well-known gentlemen of Integrity,
who will seo thnt the money derived
from thu sale of stock will bo legltt-
, mately applied to the development nt
For further Information, apply to J.
II. FISHl'.lt & CO.. Slock and Ho.ll
' Brokers, and Hawaiian agents for the
'snlo of a limited amount oi i-acin:
Union OH Company stock. Stangoa-
wald building. Merchant street.
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Change In Passenger Fares.
On und after December 1st. 1901.
the following change In passenger
fares will go Into effect, viz:
Deck rntes between Honolulu and
the Island of Haw-all will be Increased
from $2.00 to $3.00.
Cabin rates between Honolulu nnd
liana, llamoa and Klpahulu. on the
Island of Muul, will bo Increased froir
$G,00 tu $7.uo.
C. L. WIOIIT.
Tho adjourned annual meeting of
thu stockholders of Maknha Coffee Co.
Ltd., will bo held at olllru of Hustace
k Co., Ltd., on Wednesday, Nov. 1.1,
1901, nt 2:30 p. m.
m J. S. WAI.KEH.
All persons found trespassing nn the
lands of Hoaeae, Walawa, Walmano
and Manana. In tho District of Ewa.
Island of Oahu, fenced off from and
mauka of the lands of the Oahu Sugar
Company and tbo Honolulu Plantation
Company, Is hereby strictly forbidden,
nnd any person found shooting game
nn above lands belonging to thu under
signed, will be arrested and prose-cutecf
nrrordlng lo law.
19802W M. P. HOHINSON.
POWER OF ATTORNEY.
During my temporary absence froa
the Territory of Hawaii, my brother.
N. I'O nandez, will an li r i ;. unlir
lull power of iiltoni'y, Olllce 2"1
'crchant street, Canioe-ll blm k.
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night watchmen furnished for build
ings, business property and residences.
Ilullders will do well to consult Dow-'
era In regard to watciiuea.
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