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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOt.Ul.tJ. n. T.. WEDNESDAY. NOV. 6, 1901.
Cm - g
Line of Travel.
Oceanic Steamship Company
Tho steamers of thla lino will arrive anil leavo this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FIIANC1SC0,
ALAMEDA NOV. 0
VENTUIU NOV. 20
ALAMEDA NOV. 23
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA NOV. 19
SIERRA NOV. 19
ALAMEDA DEC. 4
In connection with the sailing of tho above steamers, the agents aro pro
pared to Issuo, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In tho United States, and from New
York by any steamship lino to all Uuropean ports.
FOR rUimiCR PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 3. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaish.i
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
PEKINfl NOV. 7 CHINA NOV. 0
GAELIC NOV. 14 DORIC NOV. 19
HONGKONO MARU NOV. 2S NIPPON MARU NOV. 20
CHINA NOV. JO PERU DEC. 3
DORIC DEC. 10 COPTIC DEC. 10
NIPPON MARU DEC. 131
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. S. 8. CO.
H. HVCKFIBLQ & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamship Company. '
Steamers of tho ahoo lln running In connection wlta tho CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, D. C and Sydney. N.S.V.,
nd calling at Victoria, I). C Honolulu and llrlsbane, aro DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about thi dates below stated, Iz.:
P,,mMBMB?ifcte is Real Estate and
eweweaaw .. & mrm t '
Down In Indiana Is n bedridden wom
an who lies most of the time with ona
of her cars glued to a telephone receiv
er listening to "Si" llllklns down at
"tho corners" talking to "Jim Hen
derson up at the "McNlsh place," or
to "Pete" Lannlgan conversing with
Buslo Biggs, "old" 8qulre lllggs' "sec
ond darter by his fust marriage."
Tho Introduction of the telpphono In
to the country was the dawning of a
now ilay ror this bedridden woman.
Her life had been a lonely one. For
ocr ten years she had been confined
In hpr licit. Shn liven ullli hnr .An
and daughter. Tho son Is always too The Hawaiian RcaltV
n rnrm nml thn nnui-h-1
WE deal In all kinds of Real Estate,
Mortgages, Leases, Etc.; do first-class
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 small Investors to savo and
earn a monthly sum. Pay to us $2
per month and we Bccuro )ott by a
Debenture Bond, hearing interest
from dato of issuance. Apply for par
busy around the farm and tho daugh
ter around the bouse to permit of their
being much with their mother, except
tor the hours following supper, and so
the Widow WIIMnB had a lonely tlmu
She didn't get much s)mpithy eith
er, The neighbors coiildn t understand
and Maturity Co., Ltd.
Offices Rooms 3-4, Melntyre, Bldg.
'Phone Main 141.
tlst Aid Society, and Farmer Thomp
Ron know well enough that onlv one
why she didn't either die or get well or two members of tho llnptlst church
If she was sick. Farmer Matthews
said that he "allowed the wldder was
Jest too Ia7y tew draw her breath, un
she oughter ho ashamed of herself to
act like that." The Widow Wllklns
got her reenge when tho pirty lino
telpphono was put through the conn
try and carried down tho load on
which her house stands. Her son sub
scribed and a telephone was duly In
stalled In the house. There are ten
other subscribers on tho same line.
The widow discovered quite by acci
dent one day that Bho could listen to
what other people wcic salng oi the
wire without their bring any tho vvlsei.
When tho widow found this out shu
was happier than Robinson Crusoe was
when ho found . rlday.
It had been hard work for her to
keep In touch with current events and
the happenings down nl Elmtnwn, flc ow Wllklns.
miles away. Suddenly sne discovered "Wldder."
that all the events, news, scandals,
political Intrigues and miscellaneous
gossip ol all sorts were, so to speak,
kept right In her room, nice and fresh
every day, and nil she had to do was
had telephones. Farmer Thompson
had his suspicions, bo ho said, hut he
decided to wait until he was sure.
So ho sent n decoy telephone meb
sage to HI Milltr. He told HI that he
intended to set up n saloon "at tho
corners" and sell the best Kentnc k
whisky at two drinks for fle tents.
"Sho," said III, "kalnt do that,
"Yes, I kin." said Mr. Thompson
"It's a goln' to be moonshine- llckrr
HI. from down In Kulnturky."
"Ilctter look out fer I uv enooe rs,
Tho next day the report was spread
broadcast that I'm met Thompson was
going to start n saloon and sell moon
shine whisky. Former Thompson
traced the report down to the Widow
Wllklns He went up to see the Wld
said Mr. Thonmson. "I
llenrn tell )ou circulated the story that
I was a goln to start a saloon nml sell
Tho widow began to weep. "Yes. I
did, Thompse," she said. "Hut It nn1
From Vancouver an. Victoria, B. C.
(For Rrlshano und H)dncy.)
MOANA .NOV. 2.1
MIOWERA DEC. 21
hrom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, D. C.)
MIOWERA ....NOV. 20
AOuAN'tll DEC. IK
MOANA JAN. 16
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
Europe. For Freight and Passage r.ud ull general luformation, apply to
Theo. H. Device & Co., Ltd., Gen'l Aficnte.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
5. S. HAWAIIAN. 6,000 tons, to sail about Oct. 20.
6. S. OREGONIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about Dec. 10.
S. S. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, to sail about Jan. 10.
3. S. 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 & CO., Ltd.
to tut n on the tap, and let It run Into the best run I eer hed In my Hlu a
her eager ears. The flni day the wld- llstetiln' to that telephone. You hain't
ow discovered Hint "Hill ' Dawson was laid In jer bed, Thompse fer ten sears
ci ouil know wbnt a blpssin Hint tel
ephone wur tel me, mid I hope iu
ain't agoln' to say nn thing to hev It
taken away. Kvory day since thel
telephone's been In th' nous It glvm
me sotncthln' to think about and a new
interest In life. Don't be mad, Thomp
up, I won't listen to on no moie"
"I'll tell oii" said Farmer Thomp
son lliiall), "if juull consent to talk
tel mc over) nlglu over this new fan
gled thing and if oti'U lit me conic
an see )ou once In a while like I list
to. do long Hire ago 'roic J on got mad
at me and nuirii.il the othei man. ml
Tho paily who that runs through
the Widow Wllklns' house Is now busv
every night, and the neighbors thai
used to storm because the widow was
listen to them talk to each other now
take gieat delight III listening to
l'aimei Thompson "aspatkln' the
widow " And the people who have
been listening of lite say that the.
going to sell his farm Tor luOOy, that
"Tom" Yunt wanted to be a constable,
that "Hill" Allen's cow wns dead, and
that Spruce Hawkesby was sparking
Luke Twanby's Sue.
After she had discovered all of these
state, secrets tho Widow. Wllklns had
to hang up the receiver so as to give
herself tho opportunity to He bark In
bed und gasp. It was muru news than
she bad henrd before for two wrvkx.
"Low By sokes alive." said the Widow
Wllklns, "then tu w fangted things do
The next day the Widow Wllklns
had tho receiver at her ai In fine
breakfast. She heard some moru
i trance nnd stai fling lufoi million. Ma
lluila Hawkins was talking to sumo
mm lu the i Ity about selling out her
mllllmry store, nnd IN te Saunders
was swearing nl the man down lu thn
sawmill fur not sending up the sills fui
Ills barn. It maile tne wlilnw s blood
I mi cold to hear the flights of ihctorlc
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to Now York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Bullet. Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
Bhop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepore.
J H, LOTHROP, General Agent.
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D W. HITCHCOCK, Ocneral Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
I L. LOMAX, O. P. & T. A.,
14TJ Omaha, Nebraska.
Y00 CAN DO JIT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
TELEGRAPH COMPANY "
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai,
MINIMUM RATE 18 $3.
used by Pete, but somehow she could widow's health has improved so much
HoioIdId Office, 315 Fort St.
TBL., MAIN. 131.
Messenger will call for jour message
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. 0. HEXIHQUES, PROF.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered for
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet tho S. S. Mauna Loa
at Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookeua, where the steamer Is met
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORT8.
All bpecUl rates, excepting to (lei
tinmen, will bo abolished on October
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINO STREET LINE.
Cart teave W.lklkl (or loan at 4 J. 6 1 J. C 45
anJ every 11 minute, thereitter III 1041. ii'iv ana
II4JPM Irom Wa klkt ia to fie I'jnarioii Stable.
Care leave R Ran;, li Pawaa twitch for tons at
t tiA anJ every 11 minute th. reader ill 11 UP.M
Can leave Fort an J Kli r ttrrelt corner lor Halima
16 10 An in J every t) mlrutet slier Ull 11 is I
Cut leave for Palanian'y at an llM,
Cars leave I'alami (or Walkil 1 1 4) A M anl evrry
IV minute, tlil g . P w , then at 10 ij ani 10 4) P.M ,
Then it pvv from Palanu tor Punanou only goe.
to Walklkl on SiturJavi
Cart leave Fort an' Kln2 atreet. corner lot Kllle
Kinat at 5 "in A ..,..,
L.trt itav r.n Mn.r ivtencormriur ytimm
it6oAM anJeeiy ijinlnutu till looii'.M then.
0 y una n.4f v h, in u jj r m suci iu hbikiki
n datura)) 1 oniy,
UERETAMA STREET AND .'WAND VALLEY
Cars Icive Pumhou Stit'e It r Ton at i w an J
(or To nan J Vallc) at j u jo i 10 ao C 40 t nJ
Cartltave 04u Collr;: (or town ani Vally at
6 je 6 jo ani tioAM ani tvtr) 10 minute till io 10
HM exctpt tno veii nour ana nair. nour can wuun
run (rum the Statu.
Cart leave Nuuanu Vallvat6 10 6,jo C 50 A, Hani
every 10 minute thereafter til' 10 50 P.
Car kave f-ort ani Qunn ktreett (or Puiahou
Cqllece at 6 as 6 j 6 4) a m ani every to minute
after till 9 4) F Alur mat the cars run to the
Stable up to tr $ot4, hlth Is the latt car (run Town,
reaching the Stable at nijol' w , -
O R. & L. Co.
rvoni and after January 1, 1899.
not put the rcrclwr down. "Orfnl. or
fill. Hlghed thn widow, "to luar Pelo
Saiindera tnlk that way. Ho used to
be in my Sunday school claim, too. 1
Monitor if he's swcarln' yet. I'll sco. '
And she hurriedly picked up tho re
ceiver. The widow's room used to be a rath-
r dull place to spend thn evrnlng. and
her son nnd daughter were wont to
awn many times before 9 o'clock, and
wait wistfully for the hour to retire.
Hut now It was all different. The wid
ow' room was turned Into a social
i lub. The widow became a mint de
lightful conversationalist. Her sou
und daughter hunt: breathle-Hs on her
words while sho relatt d u lull aeioutit
of ull the nsttiundlng things she had
li anl during the day. Tin n ui times
she would vary tho monotony of her
letltulH Ii tnl.lng ilium the leechcr
ugjlu, nnd after carcfull) plugging up
thu tiunsmltter would retmil to her
eiigtr llstiueis Just what passttl over
The Mirltiiis eliuith HtnlittiH and
he quilting In is were ihui fond of
holding uuy of t lie. 1 1 meetings at thu
Widow Wllklns. The' niemli'ls sultl
It was because the Widow Wllklns
lived so fur away, but the fuel was
that the Widow Wllklns (iintlneil as
she wus to hei house and liming few
visitors, with hinn utubl Ignorant ol
good livt I) linn st Is of gossip nml an
iifte-ruooii ul I Ik widow's wus unusu
ull) uninspiring. Hut some v.n nil
of tho societies, tho quilting befs and
the sewing rlrilu bt gan going ovei to
the Widow Wllklns' to hold tluli miet
Ings. She hud sumed to utlildi lily lit
ijulio a wltlo uiiil comprint nslvii In
sight Into the llvts of those who lived
uioutid In i, mid her touvt isittlou was
Hut ufti i u while the fariiii rs who
bail telephones on tin part) wire that
ran through the widow's bouse becumo
tiled of liming tbelr btents spitutl
broinleitst over the rouuty Karmcr
TliouipHiiu fouiiil nut thin ei i.MlilliL
he told III Mill, t nnd lloweis was
known to mi) un lulu i nf (lit IIhip
that sho gets out of Led now, nnd the
other day she went riding, nnd that
she Is to bo married ueM fall. Chi
BOOKER T's OPINION
New York, Oit. lit. Hooker T.
Washington Is the guest of Hev. Dr.
York, of St. Patrick's ibuich. lluntlnr;
don, I.. I. He delivered a lecture In
the village last night on Ttiskegce, and
today when nsktd for an Interview on
the Hoosevelt dinner Incident said:
' I do not tare to sii) much about tho
in liter. I think the ueusp.ipers am
gtttlug up a sensntlon in regard to It,
nnd that the) do not voice thu opinion
of the Southern people. However they
mo hurling the entlie South mine tti.ii
Uuy .ire l'resldeut Hoosevelt They
ruuieem a transient, emotional sentN
nit nt on the part of a dim of the whits
people of the Sot.th, but sin h feellngn
do not last, do not Indliiite the gi neral
filling nnd opinion of Southern people.
"I have known President Itoosuvelt
for a number of .veurs We have eon-
siiltiil togt thu many times over mut
teis pertaining to my rate In the South.
The President Is very minli Interested
In the Tusk) gen work nnd keeps posted
on It right along. As far ns I can
learn of him he makes no distinction a
to the tolor of a man's lutlde when h
witnts Io get at fuels."
Initrumenti Filed for Record Novem
ber S, 1901.
A. L. I.utted Trs. Oahu College. Mtt.
J. S. Azcvedoand wife Wong I.utn
Mcheuole Jno. Ue Mello U.
Walartabe Yee Chong L.
H. Kin Wai Lee Kong et ai I
A. N. Campbell I). K. Pahau et
Sing Chong . Co von Ham-Young
Pak On von Ham ruling Co. ..Agrt.
Instruments Filed for Record Novem
ber 6, 19.1.
. K Lola and wife A. S. Wilcox
J. 'lV. iJo'ta' anil wife A.' S.' Wlicoi
Jl. Kaohele J. C. Cluney Mtg
I.uhlkati et al..lra. Ida Aftai U.
i: O. Walton 'pm I.um et nl....Itel.
Maria I.lllll J. A. .vlagoon U
Pllpll Kaaua and wife Henry Smith
Recorded October 31, 1901.
Annie A Mendonta nnd husband to
C. S3. Hall, deed, portion Ap 2, II. P.
21GS Kill 2".ii. Hotel street, Honolulu,
Onl.i. tl Hook 22! pige l"l Dated
September IT l'MII
J. P Mindonta and wife In (!. II
Untidy: trustee deed, portions Kills,
J30 nnd C2, It P S'H Hotel and
Smith street, portion Ap 1, It P 2b3.
Kill 23ii, Hotel stieit. Honolulu (la
It tt . $1. Hook 22U, page 1 Dated
September 17. 1901.
J. P. Mendonrn to C Unite et nl ;
mortgage, id (Jrnnls C'iOiJA, Moku
Ida ranch. Wnlalua, Oahu. three pieces
land, Hotel, King, Smith and .Mauna
l.en streets, Honolulu, O.thti, four
leaseholds, JHO.Ofii). Hook 22". pngo
2U5. Dated September 17. 1901.
N. Kalnapnu to I) Kapill nnd wife;
deed, pleie land. Monnalua, Honolulu.
Oahu. Hook 22.r. pagu 127. Dated
Scpte-mbei 2'J. 1S'i.1.
J. Schulle to W It. Castle, assign
ment of mortgage, mortgage Corney
and wife nn land, Koolau, Oahu; J2i'i8.
2.1. Hook 230, page 12. Dated Oitobnr
D. P. Oktiti to S. C. Allen: mort
gage; lot 2. portion It. P. .'iftlt. Kill.
r-023, Alt. -t, Wnlklkl kul, Honolulu,
Oahu; $l."0o. Hook 230, page 13. Dal
ed Oi lober 31, 19IU.
Recorded November 1, 1901.
W. C. Adil and wife to A It.
Abrlo, deed, lot I. block It. Kaliilaui
Hart, Honolulu, Oahu: tl'.-O. I lm)U
229, page 109. Datetl November 1,
Sing Chong & Co. to Hstnle II P.
Hliliop. assignment of tense, lands,
etc., Waliitl, Hwit, O.ibu, $1 Honk .'26.
pag 259 IMlud October .11. 1901.
i:stnte II. P. Hlshop to Situ; Chong
& Co.. Iinse; Ap 3S, Kill 771.1. Wnlnu,
Hwit. Oahu. Kills .Itll nnd 7241. part
I Wnlnu Hwa, Oahu. flfli eu )enrs
at $Mu and bonus $7.VI. Hook 22$.
page 2M. Dated Oelober 22 t'Wl
Young Hong to l.eong Cheung ot
nl bill of sale-; Interest In six lea so
holds, buildings, eti. Hwa, Oahu; $2,
lino mk 221, page 4110. Dati d Sep
tembei 21. 1901.
W T Itnwllns lu V. Wnrdt molt
gage, pleio hind, (inner Queui und
Itichnrds stieit, Honolulu, Ouhti; $i!,
009. Honk 227, pago 213. DatulOitiv
her 2X. 1901.
PVist American Savings & Trust
Company of Hawaii, Limited, to (ieur.
Lansing S. Co.; partial release; lota
10 and 12. block 4. lots 2, 3 and 4.
block 1. Kalmukl tract. Honolulu.
Onhu: $1000. Hook 230. page If,.
Dated March 14, 1901.
hirst American Savings & Trust
Company of Hawaii. Limited, to tit-ar.
Lansing & Co.; partial release: lot 3,
block 2. Kalmukl tract. Honolulu, Oa
hu; 17.". Hook 230, page It'. Dated
Oitober 31. 1901.
A. da Silvii to .1. C. Qrilho; assign
ment nf lease; premises, Auwulollmtl,
Honolulu, Oahu; 0.riO. Hook 2J8. page
2i!t Datid Oitober SO. 19(11.
Kiipnpo to V H Harvey; mort
gage, hit S. Hnlepuin. Puna. Hawaii;
15u llnok 2'!0. page 17 Dated Oeto
bet 31 I'.mt,
Kuni Sang to Lew- Slue; bill of
ml one eighth Inlenst In tlrm Chee
Wo Chiiing A: Co, Munnnti. i.wn Oa
hu J'.un. Hniiit 221 page 40.'. Dated
prll HI 1901.
.1 W II ICetnu to T Tt Mln:
'uise pleie land Knnhniikiikul Ho
unliitu Oahu. nine )cnrs nt io. Ilook
22S, pne "hi Dated January 21, 1901
C. A. Too Ken Chan Io L. K Kent-
well- assignment; stock, nccounts.
i'li Honk 221. page 102. Dated Octo
ber ill, 1901.
Beautiful building sites
Unsurpassed view of mountain
Itnplil Transit llm
through the proper!).
For further purtliubus nppl) to
iftnW-7 Jh i.l frMkXLJL"j iw. a.Ta . ,W
k 'rai p?wj SOB S flriw
At the entrance
to the Famous
lao Vallev. anJ
easy access to
volcano In tin
for Tourists tnj
MAUI HOTEL, .bXiILoFKXu..
A. T. HAOHNKAMP. Mnnntjcr.
in tiii: cntcriT coriiT or Tin:
l'lrst Circuit Ti rrltor) of llnwiill, nt
Chambers. In Pioliule. lu the Mntti I
of the Estate of Dunlel A. Hay. late
of Honolulu. Onhu, deteai-etl intes
lute. Pi tltlon having been llled by e-
ll Drown, n ciedltiu of said lutistiite
pni)lng that Letti rs or Administration
upon said estate hi Isilu d to I!, It
Hendry. Notice Is hinb) glun that
Mouilu). tin 2,th ilu of Nnviinliir
A. I). 1901, lit 10 o'clock n. in, In
tin Jiiiliilury building. Honolulu. On
tin. Is appointed the time nnd plnei
fm hearing said petition, when und
where all persons eonierneil mny up
pear and show cause. If nuy tbe) nave.
why said petition should not be grant
Honolulu. Onhu. October 22. 19ol.
II) tho Court:
.1. A. THOMPSON,
Oct. 2.1. 30; Nov. 6. 13. Clrrk.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
The Depurtmi tit of Agriculture ut
Washington nnnounies that tho three
most Important estimates of thn
v mill's win at crop of IPol ao fur.
agrcithut the crop Is larger than
either of thu .wo preceding vears. Tho
principal iuc lease Is irediled to tho
Pulled Suites, Camilla mid India,
though vmious other louiitlles are
put down ns having larger crops than
the) hud III I'.iuo. Htilfalo .News.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF FORE
CLOSURE AND OF SALE.
IN ACCOItDANCK WITH Till:
piovislons of a cc rlaln mortgage, made
by Kiilmlinoku l.ulkl and Pukoa Ka
Imlmokii l.ulkl, his wife, of Honolulu
Islam! of Oahu. to tit-orge L. Desliu
tiustie, dated October 13th, A. I).
1S97, leeorded In Liber 171. pages .115
Located In the Famous Coallngi Oil
Fields of California.
Proven oil lauds, completely sur
rounded b) as rich oil producing wells
as there nro In tho State, jleldlug from
V) to 250 barrels per da).
Contract prices for oil at tho Coal
lngi wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With twenty-tlvo producing wells of
100 bnrrels e'nch per day, )ou can
mako jour owu calculation as to
The oil Industry of California la In
Its Infancy, et many fortunes ba'o
been mado by judicious and lucky In
vestments In oil stock. Many mor
will bo mado In tho near future.
The avcrago advance on original
salcu of oil stock In twenty leading
companies in California has been
from $1 to flOS per share.
Oil lands havo advanced from 11.25
to 11,000 and $2,000 per aero.
When tho PaclQc Union Oil Com
pany has a number of producing wclla
on Its property. Its stock will have
tbo samo show for even n greater ad
vance, ns some oil stock has advanced
from 11 to $1,500 per share.
The Pacific Union Oil Company ni
nn salaried officers, and Is controlld
by well known gentlemen of Integrity.
..,l.et"n .. "V i .' V"K,'H.; , Iwho will sco mat tho money derived
id : IB. notlco Is b.ril.y glv.n thai , f , , , bo , ,.
e Morlgagie Intends to fou close tin iron'"" ",,,' .. , ,im.., .
tne for conditions bioken. to wit: .mitely applied to tho development of
Corn pudding Is made by adding to
one pint of raw pulp two tablespoon
fuls of tloui, one pint of milk, four
eggs, two tablespoonfuls of melted
butter, one tcaspoonful of salt aud
one third of u teaspoon fill of pepper,
and baking In a niodciiitc oven until
tlrm lu the eeutoi.
Nou did mi nt of prim liml mid Interest
Notice Is likewise given thut utter
tht ("epilation of thn o weeks from tbo
dulu of this notice, the propcit) con
vevul b) said Mortgage will be sohi
at Public Auction, ut the miction looms
ot Jus. K. Morgan. i:si , In Honolulu,
cm Sal ui day, the 9th duy of Novem
ber, 19ol, nt 12 noon of said duy.
1'urthi I particulars can liu had of
Achl . Johnson, uttornc-)s for tin
Duted Honolulu, Oetobir 14th, 1901.
Or.O. L. DKSIIA. Triibtee.
Tho premises, covered by bald
mortgage, consist of: Land situated
nl Knpahulii, Honolulu aforesaid, and
building thereon, being lots 11, 12, 17
and IK, in block n. Kapahulu lots, con
taining an area of 19.400 scpiaru feet
Tor further Information, apply to J.
II. riSlir.lt & CO., Stock and Honl
Urokcrs, and Hawaiian agcntB for lha
salo of a limited amount of rncltlc
Union Oil Company stock, btangen-
wald building. Merchant street.
Kvldeutly Ibeie Is to be something
ilolng In Afghanistan lfore long.
Tbo present Amec r seems to have loo
man) lelnlloiiH for the Inteiests of bis
peace of mind The real contest Is be.
I ceu the Hrltish Hon nnd the Hiissluu
bim, Hoihcster Herald.
vrvnovs .ntu dauv
(OutwafJ) et. Sun liAUV Sun ruiLY DAILY
AM AM. AM I'M I'M
Honolulu . T 19 9 M II 9 J ) I Jit
'tjtfl Lily 8 i g jG 114? HI, 3 "
Lwa Mill B io 8 woo 4 q 610
Walanat io q 4 41
Wltliu . 11. u 5 41
Kahy-ti 11 ji .... 6 I) ,,,
tlnwri) ex Sun UMIY OMLY daily
AM AM l M FM
Kihuku it) .. t'S
sUlua ... iii .... t to
Walnut ,,. , iv ,, 1 jj
1 wu Mill , 5 to nt 1 os 4 u
Peatl City . ... 611 8 m H)a 4
Honolulu . . .... M 8 is ioj 4 16
or. Mclaughlin offers
" Awkw ?k
I 1 V KA VaaAaallllHil
0 Mil WmWWr
0 I AtmwBiei&
A PEHMANCNT CURE OR NO PAY. O
Sapping tho vigor of )onth fiom the '
body of tho iiiifortunnto suffeiei, eac
ing away his courage, ambition anl''
happiness day by da); musing him o
pilu nnd languor; making him Hied at I
night, v.iiiso In the morning, and rcio
derlng his life mlserablu In genoral. (l
this tcrilble malatly goes on, und thoro i t
la no ciiio lot It uvept tho hiirgeou'-i,.
I.nlfc or HI-UCTUICITV. Which will J
JOII ellOOBO? . .
Un. mcbauunkiii . ti-i-winiw ..
BELT CURES OR NO PAY. u
I guarantee an absnltito euro by my ,
now methoii. You Ihvo only to wejr(
my llCIl WIllIU you sieei', Willi HFiuiin
ntinchmcnt carrying tho glowing cu-T
rent direct to the parts, washing out
the stn,liniit htnnil. restOllllg VlgOlOllbl'
r C. SMITH, Oen'l Puss. & Ticket Agt,
Q. P. DEN1SON, Superintendent
cliculatlon and now btrcngth. It Is i
"l)r. .Mcl.niiRhllirs Kleetrlo licit cur (
ed mo of Yailtnicjlci and weikness of , i
ten )enr8' stniullng I shall always lie ,
grateful ror lt."-I.OI'IS 1'OSCAI.INA. (
Mokoliimno Hill. Cnllloiuln (.
Don't nceoiit imltntlons ol my Hi It. All Imlta t
lions hum andibllstcr when they linvo any cm rent nt nil. Call au I
test my Hell rreo or semi for tree book Willi lull iniuiinaiioii
tell )ou It )ou havo vnruoccle. Inclose this ad.
JDr. TH. McLaughlin, !?,
70'J Miii'lcct St.,
NOTICE TO CON I nACTORS.
Senlcd tenders will bo received by
ihe underslgiiid until outunlii), No
veiiibci Ptli, litUI, lot n i'YTHIAN
e'Vbrt.i: to ho built for AI.OHA
lOlKil. NO. 3. KNKllirS Ol- l'YTH
IAS. WAII.LTKU, MAUI.
Plans, drawings and spec lilt utlnns
111111, he seen, ami inrms or piopoHais
obtained, nt the othco of O. O, 'Irupha
en, Aieblti'it 129 .Merchant slieet.
Ilouoliilu. II T.
Tho Trusties reservo the right to
reject any und ull bids.
Address all tcndcis In erne of O. 0.
i-'. j. vviii;i;i.i;u.
Secretary Hoard or Trustees.
Change In Passenger Fares.
On nnd after Decimber 1st. 1901.
the following change III passenger
fares will go Into ellict, viz;
Dick rates between Honolulu und
11(1 II I llfl till I tt 111 IUiIU'F PIIIIUIU IIV.II i - -- ,, III! I I
troro particularly described In n died tho Island of Hawaii will be Inert lui-il
of C. Wlnnm. trustee, to said Mort-.from l-'OU to 3.0o.
uauin rail's dcimiuii uunuiinu uu.
liana. Iluinou und Klpuhulu, on thu
gngor. Knimlmokii l.ull.l. tlnti il lie
cember 23il. A. 1). 1S9. and recorded
In l.lber 11m, pages 4 i.T and Hi'!.
1909 Oct. II., ".'S, J0j Nov. ti.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF VAL
UABLE REAu ESTATE.
Island of Maul, will be Inercuscd from
Itf.O'J to 17.00.
C I.. WIOHT.
199 td President.
All persons found trespassing on the
lands nf lloaene, Witluwa, Walmano
and .Miiuuiin. In thu Dlstiict of Cwr
Isliiud of Oahu fenced off from air'
maul. a of the lauds of the Oahu Siigm
Comiun) und the Honolulu I'lantntlou
t'onipnii), Is hereb) strictly forbidden
ind any peison found shooting game
on uhovo lands belonging to tbo untie r
signed will lie ailesteil und piosnuted
lccoidliig to law
I9S0 2W M P HOHINSOS'
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night watchmen furnished for bulll
logs, business property and residences
lluilders will do well to consult Dov
ers In regnrd to watchmen.
Pursuant to nn order nf Hon Oeo. I).
Cenr. Second Judge of the Circuit
Court, of the Klrst Circuit, Territory
of Hawaii, dul) mado and entered thu
30th ilav ol October. 1901, lu the Mat
ter of the I.stnto of Mnkauoe, deceits
ed, I will sell nt public miction on Sat
tililii), the 9th ilay or Novemlnr 1911.
nt 1'.' o'clock noon, nt tho fiout door
of the .liullilnry Building. In Honolulu
Island or Oahu thut ceitnlu parcel of
land, with the buildings and Improve
meiils thereon. Minnie on Mai.lkl
sticct, near lleietaula street. In Ho
iiolulu nforcsald, houmUd mid describ
ed us follows'
Coinint nclng at a point on Maklkl
street beurlng N. 13' 35' II, true 200
feet from the Hast corner of Klnmi
and Maklkl streets, and running
N I3035'i:.tiue, 150 feet along Ma
Cfi K.truo, 33 feet along the
remaining portion of
llo)nl Patent C303,
3 1 "V .true, 82
2V W true f,S feet along said
bind round ly of J. S,
T' W. 320 feet nloug a part of
Iloyal Patent U.I05 and
(rant :! to the Initial point, contain
lug nn arm ol ll ion nt res being n
poitlon of lio)iil Pule lit N'umbor .".303.
I, f" A 'i'., nnd Iluvnl Patent Ornnt
Terms Cash Deed nt Hie evpenso
of the pun haw i S tie hiibjert to con
iliiuutlcin li) the Coin t
HAMUr.l. II. WOOI.I.HY.
Ailmlnlhtralor with the Will Annoxed
of tho lUtntc of Mnkanoe, De
ceased. 19ii2 Nov. 1.2. 4, ,8.
Notice to Passengers.
On mid afle r Dei e tuber 1st )9ul,
the following than lies In patmcitgcr
fuies will go Into effect, viz.:
Cabin rates between Honolulu ami
Klec'lc. Mnkawill, Wiilmea, Kupau
Aiinhola Kllaue.i and Hiinalel, on the
Island of Kauai, will be Increased frutu
Jii.uO to 17.00
Cabin rates betwien Honolulu und
Kculnkekuii and nil ports bi)oud. In
tho District of Kona. on the Island of
Hawaii, will be Inercuscd from flO.uu
Cubln rates between Honolulu und
Hoiiunpo and Puualuu, uu the Island
or Hawaii, will ho increased from
JU'OO Io ,13 00.
Deck rates between Honolulu and
tho Island of Kuual will bieJicre used
from J J On to $2 50. '
Deck rates between Honolulu and
the -Island of Hawaii will be Increased
line- lniiiiiti ui unman i
! feet nlobg lnndfrom jj on Io J3.00,
rl) of J. S. l.cm-1 .n special rales, e
me n w 111 be
Slept tn clerg)-
ahollshrd on thu above
J UNA President.
November I, 1901.
HART & CO.,
riiE ELITE ICE CKEAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Creams and Water Ices.
Chocolate and Confections.
The Finest Resort In the City.
Try our "Elite" Oyster Cocktails.
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