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BVENINO BDLLBTtN, HONOLULV, H. T., MONDAY, NOV. 4, 1901.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this lino will arrive and leave this port a hereunder:
FROM ban pnAVriBnn
ALAMEDA NOV. D
VENTURA" NOV. 20
ALAMI3DA NOV. 23
.In connection with the sailing of tho nbove steamers, tho agents arc pro
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tlclccts by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points in the United States, and from New
York by any steamship lino to all European ports.
foii rum unn particulars apply to
Wm. G.Jrwin & Co., Ltd.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamert of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave thl port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN' AND CHINA.
NIPPON MAHU . . .
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. S. S. CO.
H. HACKFIBLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of tho aboo line, running In connection wit., the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between. Vancouver. D. C. and Sydney, N.S.tV,
and calling at Victoria, D. C, Honolulu and llrlsbano, qre DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
From Vancouver aru Victoria, B.
(For llrlsbano and S)dney.)
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
Europe. For Freight and Passagu r.nd all general Information, apply to
Thco. H. Davlce & Co.. Ltd., Gen'l A&entf.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
S. S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about Oct. 20.
8. 8. OREQONIAN, 6.000 tons, to sail about Dee. 10.
8. 8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, to sail about Jan. 10.
8. 8. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South Brooklyn, at
all times. For further 'particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CJO., Ltd.
4CR033 THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY .
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
Bhop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dlnlng,Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J H. LOTHROP. General Agent.
1S5 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D W. HITCHCOCK, Gcnoral Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery 8t.,San Francisco.
I. L. LOMAX. O. P. & T. A.,
Uf? Omaha. Nebraska.
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
All special lutes, excepting In iler
gymen, will ho abolished on Oc tobi I
U1.11 Grhli', n Cernuin eugllitei. has
Invented u vt.r) Ingenious coiitilviima
Ii) which biiuys t.in be light. d ut stu
b) electildty g.-nt rated by the move
ment of the waves. It takes but u
slight itiffle ou thu surluic of the
ocean to geneiate the light, which ns
tum.'h lemnrliable luatvi In itiugh
weather. Of lumsv, time uro n fuw
tlii)s In the )iur on which tho sin Is
ai smooth us 11 mil tor, but teamen tell
us tint theie me mil) thlit) of them,
Sinie :.ctilly till lutnlltU'S nine niciu
11 il lu btoiniy vNeithui, tho iiilviiutngu
of thttstt buo)s can be linnglned 'me
Hist one lius In en tiled ut Hut hum,
in the D.1III1 sea, mid hits maliitulneil
a lirlllUnt light lu the svveient huril
tunes Thu new buoy lenders git at
fceivice, espetlull) to sailing vessels
and fishing smacks, thu luttei union
much time lliu lino) can bu lelt with
nut lepuh lor months at 11 time All
that Is uctfbsaiy now and then Is tn
clean the bulbs, which can bu dune Ii)
nuy passing ship In good 01 del. Thu
appaiatus Is provided with bovcral
pongs, which are nlso souuded b thn
powei of the waves.
F6tl SAN FRANCISCO
ALAMEDA NOV. 19
SIEIUtA NOV. 19
ALAMEDA DEC. 4
OCEANIC S. 8. CO.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
CHINA NOV. 9
DOItIC NOV. 19
NIPPON MAUU NOV. 2
PEIIU DEC. 3
COPTIC DEC. 10
i-rom Sydney and Brisbane.
(Tor Victoria nnd Vancouver, B. C.J
MIOWEIIA NOV. 20
AOuaNGI DEC. IK
MOANA JAN. 15
YOU CAN DO IT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM 'fcATE 18 9.
Honolulu Office, 315 Fort St.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for our message
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINO STREET USE.
Ciri Itivt W.lklltl (or town t j, S t, 6 j A M
in every is minute th.r.ttlcr 11 1 to .1. li'it n(
uttPM rrom W klkl ko to the Pun.hou Stable
Ctrl leave R R.nce cr P.wa. twitch for town at
i ja M. ani every t) m rutet lit reali.r Mil it otp.M
Cars leave Furt anJ Kit e .irecli corner for falama
at 6 10 A M. anJ every i) mlnutea after till n e
Cart leave for Palama only at ani o A M
Cart leave Palarca for Walk kf 4) A M an4 every
i ralnulet till oilP". then al to it and to i P.M
then iiuh from Palama tor Punahou only goce
to Waliliclon SjiuiJjii
Cart leave I orutni Klnir ttreett corner foi Klfle
Hange at $ tu an-l t to A A
Cart leave fort ani Kirf ttreett corner for Walklkl
at 6 0 j A H ani every t minutet t It 10 op M then al
10 Hani 11 -1 p M Ttie mis PM suet to Walklkl
un Saturiayt only.
BERETAMA STREET AND. 'i;UANU VLLEY.
Cart leave Punahou St'tle tor Town at )o ani
for Town ani Valley at s 10 5 5a I 10 S 6 40 t ani
T to A M.
Cart leave OahJCollece for town ani Valley at
6 10 6 jo ani t 10 A H ani ever) to minutet till 10 10
PM except the even hour ani halt, hour cart which
run from the stable.
Caraleave Nuuanu Valley at6 to 6 jo 6 sA,M ani
every to minutet therealter till 10 so p.
Cart leav. I ort ani Queen ttreett for Punahou
Culleste at 6 os 6 j 6 as A M ani every 10 nlnulct
after till 9 48 p.m. Alter that the cart run to the
Stable up to 11 sop M, which la the lavt car Irom Town,
reaching th Stable at 11 so P M
O R. & L. Co.
rrom nnd after January 1, 1899.
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IKUY IHILY DAILY
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F C. SMITH. Gen'l Pass. & Ticket Agt,
Q. P. DGNISON, Superintendent
Dealers is Real Estate 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. 8. A.
WE afford and operate one of the
most successful plans before the pub
lic for smnll investors to save and
earn a monthly sum. Pny to us $2
per month and we secure ou by a
Debenture Bond, bearing Interest
from dato of issuance. Apply for particulars,
The Hawaiian Realty
nnrl Maitirilv Co I tA
.... ....u..v w., -.-.
Rooms 3-4, Mclntyre,
'Phone Main 141.
1 '.l fS) V) 3) (; (t
Racer Cresceus is
An Equine Aristocrat
Cresceus. the king of tho trotter.
i n wonderful burse In many vva)s
aside fiorn his phenomenal speed.
Tills greatest son of Hobert McGreg
or tins whims more whims, indeed,
than the most exacting star of the
Ills likes nnd dislikes are lust, as
pronounced ns Is his speed. For ex
ample, he has the utmost contempt
for "Mike the Tramp." a eteran pace
maker that really deserves much cred
it for tinting cnrrlcd Cresceus oter
many n fnst mile. So tlolcnt Is this
whimsical trotter's dislike lor tho
pacemaker that he wears blinders In
nil his trials ngalnst time to pretent
him from catching a glimpse of the
equine object of his hatred.
Let ".Mlko tho Tramp poke his
f I loudly noso tnwntd Cresceus and the
Inner Hies Into a race and seems
icadv to eat tin the- humble old thor-
iiughbred that glories In n gallop at
the flanks of the trotting aristocrat.
And, by the way, "Mlko tho Tramp
It something of a horse wonder him
si If. Ho has been in the paccmnklng
business more jenrs than Cresceus has
lived, and realizes that on his snoul
i'ers rests a great responsibility; at
least so his dctoted friend nnd care
taker, Peter Driscoll. ntirs. Driscoll
Is as proud of tho teteran thorough-
bred ns Ketchum Is or Cicsceiis. lie
knows more than some people I
know," quoins Driscoll when an) one
hhows a disposition to slight his pet,
Cresceus closest friend Is "Eddie
Mitchell, a boy that has been with him
almost constantly since the famous
Why, ho can talk to me." says
Mitchell, with pride. And. Indeed, tho
horse docs seem to hold some sort oi
onerse with the boy.
it Is from Mitchell thnt he begs all
sorts of tidbits that are not In the
usual horso menu. Cresceus Is partic
ularly fond of npplcs, and no boarding-
school girl In the lanu munches dainty
bonbons with greater relish than does
this knowing horse. And Mitchell Is
the ono from whom he coaxes all these
Let the bor onlv co In thn stall. n
he does a dozen times or more every
day, and Cresceus immediately begins
an Investigation of his pockets, tie
tumbles them with his velvety noso
in searcn or a tagrant apple or per
haps a lump of sugar. Rarely Is hu
disappointed, for Mitchell hasn't the
heart to refuse him any.ulng.
Cresceus thinks weil of Tim Mur-
ncn. too, but apparently not In the
same way that ho regards Mitchell.
He recognizes Murnen as his master
nnd Mitchell as his mentor. Tho good
natured trainer wntihes oer him tho
)iar around, nnd. Indicd, Cresceus
oucb much of his fnmo to this cteran
This equine nristocrnt has the most
pi (mounted nerslon for the colored
men. Zur since no began his tmf
career hu has mnnilested this dlsi. o,
ill awing tho color lino with a consider
able show of lolence.
Once at the Ketchum farm, near To
ledo. n luckless darkey got Into the
paddock where Cresceus was kept. And
the way ho got out was a wonder, for
the horse all hut got his scalp before
he could scamper back over tho high
Cresceus on a railway Journey
doesn't travel second class by any
means. Ho is a flrst-class passenger,
with nil tho stopover privileges.
Although ho goes by express, ho has
tn nis lino palace car "all tno comforts
of homo." Ho has a bed as soft as
nny horso aristocrat ever dared tn
wish for, nnd tho softest of blankets
cover his satin coat. Tho sides of tho
car are padded deep, so that even In
nn accident ho might estapo without
uuv very hnrd niimps.
Cicsceiis arises even to the dignity
ni a eoniiorianic nic insurance policy
none or your involved, endowment
plan nnnlrs that have about sixteen
plans for settlement.
If Cresceus were to lie killed In any
kind of nn accident his owner would
draw lln.ooo llfu Insurance, a palm
sum Indeed when It Is considered that
the great trotter hnB earned that sum
seveinl tliniN lu n slight fraction over
It's lucky for Cicsceiis that he can
afford to ttnvcl flist-ilass, foi ho does
u gtent deal of 1.. Within tne last few
mouths ho has joiirne)ed no less than
12.000 miles by rail, and hu still has
hair us much mom to do before ho
gees home, perhaps never ngnln to en
gage In a rate or take a crack at the
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PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT'S OYSTER BAY HOME.
Recorded October 29, 1901.
Aloha CofTee Co , Ltd., to I-aupa Cot
fee Plantation; deed; portion Grant
4UG, Olaa, Puna, Hawaii; $j. Hook
229, page 101. Dated October 2S, 1901.
Kaupalolo to A. N. Kepolkal; deed;
II. P. 614S, Kul. S81H. Kula, Maui;
1135. Dook 225, page 418. Dated Oc
tobcr 3, 1901.
John Tallet to A. N. Kepolkal, trus
tee; trustee deed; piece land, Pacobl,
Labalna, Maul; $1. Hook z2o, pace
418. Dated October 4, 1901.
Mary F. Wilson to rirst Dank of III
lo; power of attorney; special powers
Hook 224, page 394. Dated October 10,
Quong Wah On Co. In l'om Yau;
bill T sale; leasehold, buildings, stock,
etc., Kapale, Lthue, Kauai; $350. Hook
224, page 395. Dated October 2C 1901.
Au Yco I.au, by attorney, to Chong
l,ns Wal : ll111 of "a11: interest lu
leascnoid buildings, crops, etc.:
$4000. Hook 224. page 395. Dated Oc
tober 28, 1901.
Arthur II. Giles to H. Colt Hnliron:
deed; lots 10, 11, 22 nnd 23. block II,
Hobron tract, Wnlklhl, Honolulu. On
hu; $400. Hook 225, pngu 119. Dated
October 19. 1901.
S. C. Allen to Matllila A. foster
and husband; release; portion It. P.
4448 nnd 5701, Nuuanu street, llntiolu
ill, Uahu; $5000. Hook 139. page 322
Dated October 28, 1901.
Fred. T. P. WnterhiiUFi' and wife to
J. Sehulte; deed: 77-l'"incre land. Ka
neohe, Koolaupokn. Oahu; $200. Hook
225. page 420. Dated Jul in. 1!0,
Recorded .October 30. 1901.
W. C. Achi lo Fanny lloso: died
lot 26. block I. Kaplolanl tinct. Honii
lulu, Oahu; $I7. Hook 2!o, page 422
Dated August 21, 19o..
Lowers & Cooke, Ltd.. to T Mnsildn.
n lease; pieces land, llauhaukiil. Ho
nolulu. Onhu: $81100. Hook 20( page1
juj. Dated March !!. IPol.
Hank of Hawaii, Limited, to T M
stida; release; Ap. 1, It. P. 225S, Kul
2133. Ap. 2. It. P. 2397. Kill. Mn5. Ilnu
haukol, Honolulu. Oahu; $2000. Hook
204. page 243. Datid October 29. 1901.
T. Masuda and wlte to Hilnrlch
Hcnjes; mortgage; pmtliiii Ap 1, It
P. 2258, Kul. 2133, An, 2. It. P. 2397.
Kul. 1405, piece laud, lluiihiiuktd. Ho
noiuiu. clahii; $.o , one
jear ut s per
cent. Hook 23", pagi
her 23, 1901
Hawaiian Trust Co. Ltd.. tn Andri w
Fuller; assignment of umitgugc; niort
gngo Kulhelanl on R. P. 2113. Wiilluo.
(Irant ."21. Knmaole, Kula, Maul:
Jinsi.i.O. Untik 2 , page .. Dated Oc
tober 30, 1901.
Harold Jeffs and wife to Mar) 8.
Whitney, mortgage; portion (Irani
3t09, Ktilnokiihiiu. Honolulu, Oahu.
$1150, In two and thru- jiars. at i per
ent. Hook 230, page P. Dated Au
gust 1. 1901.
Recorded October 31. 1901.
Mrs. Knplka Klpl to ftnhaln Sugar
Co.; lease; portion .Kul,, R731, Apua
kohau. Kohalu, Hawaii: six )iars. paid
full term 30. llook 22S. pngn 231.
Dated August 11. ti'nli.
Mcle Keoki and husband to C W.
Uoothi mortgage; R. P i.GH, Kill.
1717, Pauoa. lionolu.u. Uahu; Ji'.O'i
Ave years nt JO pi-r cent. Hook 230,
page 10. Dated Oi toiler 29, 1901.
two minute mark. lie goes from here
to Ilaltlmore. nnd tlinn his eugagf
ments will take him to the following
places In the order named:
Lcxtlngton. ir.; Toledo. Ohio; Co
lumbus, Ohio; Kansas City. Mo.: Mln
ncapolls, Omaha, Dener, Salt Lake.
Sacramento. San Francisco and Los
Angeles. He will close his racing ca
reer at the later platu on Decem
Arrived November 1. bark
Peterson, 22 da)s from San Francisco;
Ki'iitTni niercnnnnise lo Hawaii Hull,
way Co, Ltd.
Departed November 1, brig Gall
Ice, llclllngscn. for San Francisco.
Cargo, 1,097,100 pounds sugar, valued
nt $43,429.75, and 78 hides, nt JS31.9I:
tctnl value. $l..26.?.9. Hind. Holph &
Co, agents. Passengers per tlnlllep
Mr. Shanks nnd Ml-s'X'nn Dcerlln.
Carnegie's Fondness for Money.
A good stor) Is being tonl about An
drew Carnegie, w.ach shows t.iat ).'.
000.000. the sum which he has ulvt-u
to the Scotch unlvers. .vs. Is u favor
He llguro with him. At the time when
he was considering whether hu should
go In for a golf course at okIIhi, Mr,
Carnegie consulted suvera. of his
frlentlB, nmong others one of the Edin
burgh bailies who had taken tn gnll
late In life and had become an cnthu
"ves, by nil means have tho goif
course." was the advice or tho bailie,
"and go In for the game yourself: ynu
arc not too old, and It will add ten
years to your life."
"Indeed," said Mr. Carnegie, "that
would be worth while; If wm will
guarantee that it will really add ten
years to my Mln III make )ou a pres
ent of two millions'"
"We-ll" replied tho pnwky mngls
lutte, who is u man of modest means,
'I tanna Just do mat, hut 1 il tell )im
what, I'll phi) )tm lor the two mil
lions." Mr. Carnegie's response Is not re
corded lie, however, wint In for the
golf course, which Is u prlvntn out- on
Sklliu links Until he and Mrs Carnu
gle are keen oil the game ami pla) leg
"Doctors once did nothing but bleed
their pitlents," said the Wise (luy
"Don't they still?" asked the Simple
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vi use w
As usual, there were two games of
baseball on S.Uurday last. The first,
bctwetti the Police and Hall teams,
was won by the former, the score being
12 tn 10. Following is a complete sum-
mar) of the gnme:
AD. It. It. O.
ChlllliiBwurth, lb ... C 1 1 13
Leslie, c 6 1 1 5
Joj, p C 0 2 2
Duncan, 2b C 1 0 1
Aknu, 3b, 5 3 1 3
II. Moasman. ss 5 0 3-0
A. Mobsman, rf 5 2 4 0
t'ahante, rf 5 2 2 1
Knnae. If 5 2 3 1
All. It. II. O a.i:
t'rlte. cf If 3 2
Stone. If., rf 4 1
llnnemnti If ......... 1 0
Cunjin. i 2 0
Kaal, 3b 4 I
l.lshninn s 5 2
Klua, p 4 2
Marrnllliiii. 21 5 0
M.iuu, rf , if " I
Paris. Hi .1 I
Total in I 2;
Klun nut lilt li Intteil ball.
Clillllngwurlh out, hit b) hitl-'d hull.
Si ore In Innings.
1 2 3 4 5 fi 7 8 9
Pnllte . . .. n . u 0 0 2 0 ll 0- 12
Hull .. ...43010020 0-10
Thru- luiM lilt Klwn.
Two Ii.isi tills Leslie. A Mussmuu
Stolen bases Price (2). Stone. Cun
hn (2), l.lsliniaii, Klun (2), MurralHim,
Struck nut II) Jo), 2, h) Klwu 2
liases nil lulls II) Joy. R.
lilt b) plttlud hnll-Ily Jin 2.
Wild pitches II) Jo), 2.
Piissed hulls Leslie. 1.
I'mplres l. Davis, II. I.m . ami L
Stum Lnrtlii Au.luws.
The mi nml giiiic wiih lietwuu the
On-torn llnuKi' and Cipltnl train ami
was won li) Hit foinur. the si ore being
11 to 10. rolliiKlliK Ik ii innipli-to
Minimal)- nf the garni
All It. II (i n
.iranl.ni. lb 1 1 0 t o n
noriuan. e. .... 3 I I J 1
Nowell. 2b . . . i. 2 ii :: 2 J
Tucker, ss ....1120".
Chrk, p i. 0 2 o 2 0
Guy, If ! 1 0 ii o
Elston. ::ii :. l l .: l
Johnson, if.. If I 1 u n u d
itntu, if 2 o I n 0 0
Dow i rs. i f :: I it .". o 0
Total II ii 27 lo it
All. It. II. O. A. K
A)Ictt. if . 1 ii 2 ii u
Viiniitta. 2b. .. 7T-.-.-I 2 :l I 1
Ksunol, p. ." I 1 o l b
Lewis, ;ili C 1 2 2 I 4
VVIIIIams. hh .'. t 1 1 7 1
Mana, rf.. If. K 2 1 2 0 0
Chilllngwnrtli, If., rf.. " 2 2 I o 0
Ahlii. lb .', u 0 S 0 2
Kekuiwu, c. II 1 s n ii
Store bv tiinlngf
I 1 :
customs .. . o
3 4 3 I. 7 K 9
7 0 0 02 0 I I 11
4 0 0 02 0 0 I lo
Thrte b.ihf hit Lewis.
Two li.ise lills Wlllliinis
Stiilcu bases riilllliigvMiiib
cwu (2), Scnnl.ui, tiormiiii ("
(21. t'l.ul, JuhiiMin
IIhspk cm balls 11) Knatiiil, .
Strut k nut II) Chirk,.!, Ii K1111110I,
Hit b) pitilitd ball II) Kiiiilmi 1.
Il.ilk 11) Kiiannl, 1.
Wild pitches 11) Clark. 2 In Kiiii
Passed balls KekuevMi, 1".
Umpires I) 1 vis and Piihiiu
Scnrer I.orrln Andrews.
Fullnwlng an- the pt nentagei. of thu
various teams in the Winter Ltagiie,
showing up the Custom House hum us
the sun- winner In the prestnt s. rim
Won Lost Pitg.
Custom House 1; 0 lull
Hull & Son 2 1 21
Capitol 2 I 2.t
I'olltti 2 I 23
Abbas Pnshn, the Khedive nf Lgypt,
airlved In Paris lecently. Then1 was
1 large ciowd nt the station In expec
tation nf viewing a plitlllesque Ollent
il entourage Tint erowils welt- hlttur
I) illsupiHilnted, us he iiime In slmplj
It'shloii nml lu Kurnpenn dress. He
was escorted by au olllelal from the
lorelgn olllce tn his notel. There are
man) false Impressions ubinad 10
gurillng Abbns Pasha. Though por
milted In his lellglon tn have foir
wlvc-s, he Is a still t mniftiKumlst His
highness Is a strict Mnlrtmmcdun and
a.t such eschews both wlms and spir
its Ills nhstlncmc gnes eien furlliri.
fnr In 11 country where evei)bod)
smokes he will have nothing to do
with the fragrant weed. He Is known
t.t ho gientl) attached to bis consort,
who was a Circassian lad) of thn
l.lieillvlal household -before her mar
riage. The) havo several daughters
and ono sou, their heir appuient. Ry
n special decree uf thu Sultun, who Is
still Suzerain nf Hgypt, thu khedlvlate
t'cst ends directly from father to son
In the Western manner. Tho domes
tie entourage uf the Khedive Is presid
ed over by the tlownger Khedlvuh, or
Kludivuh men- as the Princess is call
ed This Is In accordance with the
usual Oriental custom, which accords
pi c oilent u to a man's mother over hit
In view uf the toronatloii next )t-at
nil the state coaches arc being over
hauled and put In tepali, us man) ul
them wint in smlly dilapidated tondl
Hon through want of use Lni.l Sills
buiy and the Dune of Purtlaml hutb
1IOHK. 8H lifnillltlll Kl.lli. (nniliiw nml
Mi tin the Dukt. uf Norlulk, the H'll.e
I of Devonshliu, thu Duke uf Miirlhor
oiigii mid the Dull" nf Hue clem 11,
I while Lord l.niidondeir)'s nun laird
tuuogans arc pernaps tlie best tin 11
ed nut The vailuiis embassies ulsu
have splendid coat lies, the handsoiu
est being that of Count Deym, thu
Austrian ambassador, which make's a
brave show with Its deep purple liver
tes picked out with white.
MEN! DO YOU!
nergy wink kldnojn, pains In the back, head, ehi-st and sIioiiMth
Irom tnrlroiele and Its allied v.eaknehses, itc. are weak In eleUrlel
ty. M) niettrle Hell restores his llfu In n few weeks and cures ev
ery time. If It fails 1 ask I o pay.
Describe ) our case to mt, nnd If I say I can cure you I will
guarantee to no so.
Drugs won't restore your strength They only stimulate. If )oi
liato to take a stimulant, take whisky. Taken In moderation it doc J
less harm than tho others. 4
"I3ery sign of pain nnl wenkuesn has disappeared. I appro- j
elate what )our licit has dono for me," writes J. Schwarz, Colo'- I
Idgo, Trinity County, Cal
I will gladly send )ou my book on this subject. It has S2
pnges of mint to people who want more "fire." Sinled, free. 7
CAUTION. Makers of ldst)le, lillsterlng nnd burning belli
are now tillering imitations of ni) llelts and Llcctrodes. LOOK
OUT FOR THEM. J
I take imltalons of my belt In trnde Jut to show how much hi t-
ter mine Is. Call today or write Consultations free. 4"
I dr. m. h. Mclaughlin,
r 1 1 ' 'j . j i ' " v t" - 'i ' i. .w ,..,. i
A. T. HAOtlNKAMP. MannCcp.
Never Eat Their Words.
I tuld him I would make him eat
IiIh words." ili'clnied Mr Ilceehwniid
hetly spi aktng nf a quarrel be had hnil
with Mr. Ilrimhtmi. "He hns been It'll
lug things nhniit mi- thnt are rank
lltlt I lit llH "
lluw foolloli mt'ii talk tn one nn
other." comment..! Mrs. Ileeihwnn.1.
"What do nii nn an?" demnndiMl In r
hiisbau.l. "Do you Intend tn Insinuate
Hint men tnlk lu ent h other mm.'
foolishly than women rhnttt r?"
Of i-niirsn 1 .In." the hid) went nn.
In pcrtiiralil). 'Now. wnmen never
tr) tn make eat Ii other eat their words,
nn matter hnw angr.v they may be."
"Certainly not," ntorted Mr. Ileech
wiiud. "and for a very gnod reason
What reason? she demanded.
Il.-tause tlult digestive' aiinarntus
U Inferior tn their vocnhnlar)."
Pittsburg Chrnnlt le Telegraph.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tako Ijtxatlvo Ilromo Qulnlno Tablets.
All druggists refund tho money If It
falls to cure. b. W. Grovo's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
IN Till: ClIllVIT C'Ol UT, FIRST
("null or tlie Teirltni) nf Hawaii, in
Pinbnti', at I'hamhcis In the Mntter
of the l.'stnte nf Ki iilnhapailuh' Muka
hi (kl late of Wnlalin Oahu, deteas
t.l, Intestate Pitliinn having lit en
lib, I b) Kul. I Miekn und Hnopll lllla
hlla. own sisters nf said Intestate,
prii)liig that Letters uf Administration
upon said t slate be Issued tn A, S. Mn
tut til 11 : nutlte Is hi rt h) given that
Monday, the I Mil da) of Nnvemlu r. A.
D. I'.i'H at !i:3u 11. m.. In the Judlilary
liulldltig. Honolulu. Is nppnlntid tho
time und place fnr hearing snld peti
tion, when nnd whtre all persons con
cerned may app.nr and kIiow cnuse. If
uny they have, why said pttltlon
should not be giunte.l.
Honolulu. October 12th, 1001,
II) the Ctuirf
P. I). KKI.I.in r. JR.
Klline). liullnu & MtClnnnhan, ut
turners foi pi tltlniieis.
101.7 4t Oi t 11, 2L2S; Nov. I
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF VAL
UABLE REAe. ESlATE.
Piiisunnt tu an onlei of Hon, tl.o. I).
tit hi. Sec onil Juilgt. nf the Clieult
Colli t, of the First Clieult. Teirltni)
nf Hawaii dill) made nnd entered thu
3otb day of ()t tuber. 1901, In the Mat
tei uf the Ilstnte of Makunoe. ileieas
i'tl. I will sell nt public auction un Sat
uiiln), the 9th ihi) nf Now mhei. 1901
nt 12 o'clock noon, nt the flout dooi ll.td.. will he held at olllce of Hustace
of tbu Judiciary lliilldlng, In Honolulu. IcW Co Ltd, on Wednesday, Nov. 13.
Island of Oahu, that etitulu parcel of. 1901 ut 2 30 p. 111
land, with the hiilldlngH unci Impinve
iiiuiiis tiierenii, suuiuo tin .viakiiii
street, near lleretmilit street, In Hu
nuliilu nforcsnld, hounded und ilescilh
ed as follows.
Commencing at 11 point on Mukikl
strut bearing N. 1.1 r 3.V 13, tine, ou
feet from the I3ust corner of KI111111
and Maklkl stree-tH, and running
N 43 35' 13. true-. 1.10 feet along Mu
S H'.-oC'K.true, 33f. feet along the
remaining portion of
Royal Patent tloa;
S S03l"Wtrno, 82 feet nloug land
former!) of J. S. I.e'tu
S IS 2.VW.. true, fis feet nlong salt!
land formerly of J. 8.
N 17 7'W.320 lect nloug 11 part of
ltu)itl Patent 0305 mid
fluent J I Of. to the Initial point, contain
lug mi are 11 uf I II I on acres, being n
poitlun uf llti)al Patent Number 1105,
I, C. A 95 anil !lti)Ul Patent drain
Tenns Cash Dud nt the t h nsu
if the puichaser Sale subject tu ton
Hi mutton by the Court.
s.vMinil. 1:. wooi.i.r.v.
1 1lt11lnlstralnr with the Will Annexed
of the Kslnte of Mukanoe, De
ceased 19b2 Nov. 1, 2, I, 6, 8.
I I 4
Do jou want lo bo strong? Do
J on want to feel tho vim, the
manly and womanly vigor. IVj
made a great success. My mctli
ed my life to tho development nf
snap and fire of manly vigor! Do
)ou want tnurnge, energy and
nbltlnn to support )oti la your
enres nnd troubles? I have dcvol
oils am approved by the grateu
doctors and copied.
I've proen that electricity q
the basis of nil animal life and
thnt "weak mnn," d)spoptlci,
rheumatics sufferers from lo-tt
70'2 .Miifkct St.
Sun PrimcUcn, Cnl.
At tl.eer trance
to the Famous
lao Vallev. an!
eny aess to
volcano In tin
for Tourists ani
ISLAND OF AUUI.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coaling Oil
I Fields of California.
I Proven oil lands, completely ur
, rounded by as rich oil producing wells
ns there are In tbu State, jicldlng from
. ""'" "arreis per uay.
Contract prices for oil at tho Co
lsa wells, 70 cents per barrel,
' With twenty-fho producing wells of
100 barrels each
per day, )ou can
calculation aa to
make )our own
The oil industry of California Ii la
Its Infancy, )ct many fortunes haa
been mado by Judicious and lucky In
vestments In oil stock. Many mora
will he made In tho near future.
Tho average advance on original
sales of oil stock In twenty leading
companies in California has been
from $1 to $108 per share.
Oil lands have advanced from 11.25
to 11.000 and $2,000 per aero.
When tho Pacific Union OH Com
pany has a number of producing well
on Its property, its stock will have
the snmo show for even a greater art
value, as somo oil stock hail advanced
from l to $1,300 per share.
The Pacific Union Oil Company nt
no salaried offlcers. nnd Is controlled
by well known gentlemen of Integrity,
who will see thnt tho money derived
from tho snlo of stock will bo legiti
mate!) applied to tho development of
For further Information, apply to J.
II. riSIIHR & CO.. Stock and Hon!
Urokers, nnd Hawaiian agents for the
salo of a limited amount of PaclQe
Union OH Company stock. Stangcu
Tvald building, Merchant strceL
Change In Passenger Fart.
On nnd nfter December 1st. 1901.
the fullnwlng change in passenger
farts will go Into effect, viz:
link tales between Honolulu nnd
the Island of Hawaii will bu Increased
fiorn I.M 10 to $100.
Cabin rates between Honolulu nnd
IIuiiii, llumoa und Klpahulu, on tho
Island nf Maul, will be luireased from
t!.u.i tu $7.00.
C 1,. WIOHt.
1A7H til President.
The adjourned 11nnu.il meeting of
Ithti stot kilobit is of Mukalia Coffee Co.
J S. WAI.Kr.lt.
i!" i" necreiary.
All persons found trespassing on the
lauds nf Hoaeae. Walawu. Walmano
und Manana, In the District of Ewa,
Island nf Oahu, fenced off from and
mniikii of the lands nf the Oahu Sugar
Company and the Honolulu Plantation
C.unpiin), Is hereh) strlctl) forbidden,
ami nn) person found shouting game
nn above lands belonging to the under
signed will bu arrested nnd pronecutetr
iiccordlug to Inw
l&M12w M I' ROIIINSON.
POWER OF ATTORNEY.
During my temporiir) nbsenre fioin
the 'lirrltory of Hawaii, my brother,
X hi nnndez, will nH i 1 pe unJcr
lull imwcr tit nttorn.'v. Olllto 2"S
.Vi reliant stteet, Camn ill lilm k.
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night watchmen furnished for hull I
Ings, business property nnd re.ldencrs.
Ilullders will da well to consult Dow
ers In regard to watchmen.