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REMOVING HIS OBJECTION.
President Tucker ot Dartmouth hns
been lu the habit of spending his Bum
mers on a Now Hampshire fnrm. Tho
family becoming dissatisfied with cer
Inln details tho proximity of the big
pen to the Iioiiso ntul tho mnniicra ot
the Rcrvant girl ho wrote to tho farm
er that he tould como no more, and
mentioned these objections. In a few
days ho received tho following concilia
"Dear Sir- There ain't been no hogs
slneo you lert, and .latiimh uas went."
FOB SALE EVERYWHERE!
66T T.1 -P A ,, ,99
La Insular of America" Cent
David lawrence & company, Ltd. I ClSP
Trade Mark Registered and owned by
iT ttWIIUIIIH I III MUM IIIIIIIIIUIIIII
THE POPULAR STORE
19 Inches wide, 20 different designs
to choose from. Really worth $1.23 per
junl, but sold by us to clear out at
50c per yard.
Don't Overlook This Opportunity.
A great variety of width, lengths and
5c to 25c per yard.
A large assortment of styles, etc.,
will be shown on our center table.
A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME.
1 . f
WILLIAM WALDORF ASTOR.
Mr. Willi. 1111 Waldorf AMurlm lived in Ihigl.niil fur limiiy jeat". nml In vn
I ( beca me .1 HrllMi subject. IIIm fc-llnw -tiimlr.i liicn lime alrtil belli tliM.rle
UK lo why Mr. Astor ihiie to l.nc Ibeiu fur miml nml nil, bill now, lit till
l'l( ibile. Mr. Aster jjIwh IiN own iciiuii fur III' "If eiiitil.itloli. It seem.
Hull Hie 1 rltlclMil- of (lie American iicwpaics wen tun h:irh fur Ills si'llsl
live 11:11111 e.
WAILUKL1 RESERVOIR TERRITORIAL JURORS
ENGINEER TAYLOR WRITES
ON CAUSE OF DIFFICULTIES
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
Wo have now a largo stock of tho
above on hand.
CEMENT ROOFING affords thor
ough fire protection to tho building
and Is a non-conductor of heat and
No rusting, decaying, warping,
cracking or melting; always flexible,
quickly and easily applied.
l'uro wnter flowing from tho roof
can bo used for domestic purposes.
Can bo applied on old shingles or
metal roof. Wind and fire proof. For
flat or steep surfaces.
We solicit your enquiries and will
promptly furnish any Information desired.
THEO. H. DAVIES Zr CO., Ltd.
Says Cost of Repair Will be Small
First Work Done in Good
Shape-Damage Done By
Kdltor Uvcolng llulletln: The ic
tent 1 (ports of the condition if the
WidUiku reservoir, and the damage to
the tame, and the estimated tost of ne
ecesnry repairs, hae all been so gri'it-
ly exaggerated that the writer makes
the following statement of facts ic
yarding th tame:
On Monday the 21st of October, I
made n careful examination of thu
Walluku reservoir and advised as to
the best manner and method of making
tho necessary repairs.
The rciervor was constructed In Juno
and July of 1900 the general design
A beautiful and dainty assortment.
Ill SEASON TICKETS
The last chance to secure season
tickets for the James Nelll dramatic
Mason at the Hawaiian Opera House
will be tomorrow The tickets aie
placed on sale so that the season pa-
lions may haw a choice of seats and
they are sold at a slight reduction. The
single night tickets will be on sale
Wednesday morning at Wall, Nichols
t'n, a rush for them Is expected. Many
I line pla will be given durlug tlm
Neill season Including beautiful 'Hose-
To go from "llnseninry" In which
Mr Neill and company will appear
here to the average pioblcm play U
like forsaking sunlight for n subter
innrnn cue. like picferrlng reptiles to
birds ntul (lowers. In "Hosemary" a
man ulio Is entitled to the rank of
iimrtioiiH gentleman glwsa fitly ears'
devotion to n soung girl whom fate
necr intended for lilni. An emotion
sprung up In four d'iys at the right
or her purity, sweetness and Innocence.
Inioiiics an ennobling fragnime for
middle age. old age and dotage.
"Hosemary" has been adequately de
scribed by pel fume, not the perfume
of rheuilcaU. but the scent of tho coun
try In npilng, the odor of many wild
(lowers and young grass.
The atmosphere of many of our
model 11 and successful problem plays Is
fetid. None of the characters seems to
be governed by nn thing but his own
wayward Impulse 4 And they nil de
sire muli horrid things that It Is a
I'uzzlc how they can begiatlfled In ob
taining them. Their tastes are thor
oughly vulgar. They belong to the
class of people who And something up
roariously funny In tne drinking of a
cocktail, and see no humor wheio
there Is not a suggestion of eo.irsc
ness. If both "Itosemaiy" and plays like
' Sapho" for Instance arc true to life,
there aie many csmprs to be hnd, In
man's allotted span, fiom the boredom
of monotony. Iletneen these two ex
tremis of exulted chivalry and senti
ment, and the whisky and soda view of
society, there are all sorts of differing
degrees of worldllncsa ami other-
norldtluess. No one need lie lonely
He can choose the flower nente-d at
mnspheie of 'Hosemary" ami find it
not untenanted, or he can mingle with
the spoils whose pioprlctles are the
.111 iky bottle, skeleton 1,'iUIiI.cjh and
the rest of It
C. A. K. Hopkins, bailiff of the I'lrst
C'ncalt Court, at 0 o'clock this morn- The Idea ot pmhlag forwaid by
,.. . , , ,i. ,..i. i niacticaiiy two montnn tno date of tin
...g mauc mi..... . ... .u.....s ...u ,,,,,,,.,.,, inMniintion m olllte Is In
enlre facias of trljl Jurors for the no sense a novel one. The desirability
November term, In obedience to nn or-,"' recasting our political calendar ho
.i..r n.iiiivtse.l to lllch Sheriff llrown as ,0 Ina,iu ltB n,osl o"ul nll '"'
der Jliii'fMl o "'en "'","."".,, I pressive celebration fall not amid tho
and himself to summon thlrt-slx cltl- rp)ri, ,)f uaIy Marrllf ))1(t ,,,, ,,. ,)e.
zens In that regard: gulling charms of early May. has been
Isaiah llray. .las. K. Merseberg, John urged befoio on an Indifferent eon
A Noble. Louis A. ltostln. Kdwln K. giess and an liidlrferent publle. Hut
Illake, Charles K. Ijkc. John M. I)avli.neer In other efforta to effert tho
Jirah K. Naklla. Arthur K. Jones, change' of date hns practical means
Kuby A. Dexter. Charles Dudnll Jr.. I1"'1'" taU'n J" ?ro,"," ,liat cntlnie-iit
John W. SmlthlcM, Hermann
PRICE . .
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Cornel' Merchant nml Nuunnii StH.
P. O. Bo 0711.
THE RETURN MADE
BY BAILIFF HOPKINS
Venine of Thirty-six Five-Sixths
of the Number of Whole
or Part Native
ALAKBA ST., NEAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
Beautiful garilen scene containing coffee trees in full bearing, bananas
anil rinpnnples. nil inside". Evcvbodv invitee!.
Evening Bulletin, 75c pen month
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish m
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal. Mutton,
(f Lamb and Pork always
Aleo Poultry, Salmon and Hnllbut.
FOR SALE AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
1 he Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
T H EJ: VE N I N G B U L L LE J IJi
THE OLDEST HAWAIIAN DAILY FAI'ER
A KLONDIKE FOk ADVCRtlStKS Jljljljljijtjt
, y (uiiii fn'iiir iiiiu pri'HHiiru oy wnirii
was a circular rescrNolr-havli.g a Al.ruhaln Htl ,jhad I'llnnala. Joseph " "" , ,, " . " V"1 ",'"" "..; ' '.' '
diameter of 82i feet, and to hold about Hlchards. William Herrlck, IMwai.l t.(,,. ,,, UI11 however odanta
ten feet of water. The walls and hot- Woodward. Harry H. Swlnlon, (!u i-enus which He bovond the -beaten
torn of the reservoir were constructed Mvlngt-toti. Isaac II. Harbottle. S.un paths of polities. It Is gratifying to
of concrete, with a double e-ement lln- Ul. v. Suencer. John H. Andrade. Alex- And that the Inauguration tomiulttee
Ing. The entire reservoir being cover- ,!,., i ,ona William O. Howl.iu.i. of 1901. which hns now undertaken lo
ea by n loof of timber and shingled. jhn f.'. Hansniann, Alexander ;. ',l',lr,' rr."'" C,""':rt'!'r t,u.' ts-KlKlntlou
I"-v t'fitj in niiiiv me- tiitff (tiri
THE GERMAN! LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK.
Paid to Policy Holders since i860 for Dtath Claims, 24,373,409.6;
For .Matured Policies 7,507,608.27
DlvlJendsand Surrenders 3,99ii34.37
The roof being supported by the wnlU Nlibol.is. James Kuhnlcpua, llaughtoii
lercmony from Mareh to Apt II, la en
... , . ,. t 1 IIIVI'J llllll
ui wie iHser.r. r-. ekerton. (ieo. w. Harrison, nam. n.,1,... r ilu i,..iv o,,iiUi...i i u
In the opinion of the writer, the ilut Notley, Jacob Uindo, fleorge W. Mney, movements Inlliieiues In Ihe nrlous
or original cuusei of the damago was (jeorge K. Kala, James M. Sims, John States through which It can hope to
due to the effects of the last Kona (;, ,, Sheldon and lleiijamln It. L'.unii- command a eordial hearing In both
Storm, which was In the vicinity of 'bell. House ntul Senate.
Walluku the most seere and dlsas- Ali.ut Ihe-slx'lis of the panel aio m" '
troun known to the oldest Inhabitant native llawnllain of full or part llcil I Delay In the Ticituient of bronchitis,
on Maul and fiom the lack of proper -rJrr .-'.if-'-r---.-.'V-J.'- wl"lth generally begins with a chill ha
, ..... . ., , '.. , 1 fmerlsh attacks and a feeling of ex-
z;:a 1;;; ;;;: . - -- ?& ussiij.
1 or repairs in i.ie nuwi.e.- ... ",""- , " " ,"".. "
Manasrr far Hawaiian Isltnds.
wall of the reservor appeared, and
We would like to have you call and
inspect this stoJc. : : : : )
14 Hotel Street, near Niuinnu.
Consulting Hdraiillc Knglnecr; Mem.
Am. Soc. ('. i:.
Haiku, Maui, Nov 2, tl'U.
seepage commenced and continued un- "10 meino.is useci in cu...r... ....,, ...u
til the earth outside tho concrete walls icurir.
liei ame thoroughly saturated with wa
ter. This eondltlon lombined with the
weight of roof, and maximum piesstir)
of a full rcucnolr caiiM'il u slight tct
tlenicnt. with tho effect of enlarging
the crack, lucie-aslng the seepage nitd
creating nn upward pleasure fiom thoj
bottom. The upward piessure fiom'
In low would be Ineicai-l by the raidd
cmpt.vlng of the rescrwilr tliiough the
waste pipe (fur Hie purposes of clear
ing, or for i'nmlniitan) faster than,
the surface of the water In the saturat-
cd plane would be leduteil liy seeiago ,
tlin)ii;;li the soil, or the crack 111 tho
hot water, as well as rubbing the chest
with It clear, will speedily cure. Avoll (an company,
Biiiisuiiiies. mere is ntu on rnin-iuiior,
Perry Davis', l'rlvn sr.e and r,0c.
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nln.Li ...nillttn. ... ...... ti mti .1... ...iifi .l.i
iM'lD ILitll, lUt.lill It.'." ItllllllVI lull
and the gr.U'B (iintrolllng tho same, an
;cecuiely laid, and strengthened by
I concrete were In perfent condition at
'tho time of my examination. Concrete
nnd cement construction being perfect
ly rigid, the slightest settlement would
cniihe a crack. The men cmplojed on
the conciete and cement work wein
.Mr. Abbey and Peter Jap both of
whom are known to bo skillful masons.
, Tho strength of the cement used can
'only bu eibtalueil from careful tests of
I me cuiieieie nun c.'.i.l'lll ...ling now in
place In the rescrwilr.
In my opinion the necessary repairs
ran be readily Hindu and at a small
cost. The total cost of the Walluku
nnd Kahiilui water works, Including ;
water rights, rights of way, main and '
distributing pipes, leserwur site nnd I
'ltkcnolr, is approximately $:!.",,000.
Tbee works tit o one of the best lucst-,
.rAiTT "..'i :.. liTi" i r
merits nf tho government, yielding
three or four thousand dollars, bcsldca
furnlehlug nn abundant supply of puto
mountain water for all purposes. Tho
few hundred dollars necets.irv to per
manently repair the reservoir Is a
ranall Item and could be easily arrang
ed. I will say In closing that the appear
ance of the reservoir In its present con
dition would naturally g(n a wrong
Impression and tend to gre'ntly magnify
It's no experiment
when you insist on s" V3 Cyrus Noble Whiskey.
Leave experimenting to others. Buy goods
that you know arc right.
For seventy years wc have been trying to pro-"
ducc the best possible article for the least
The public know it favorably.
It holds the good trade.
It costs no more than other good whiskey
It is pure and old.
It is distilled from the best selected grain.
It is six years in yood.
It wins on merit alone.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.,