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EVENING BULLETIN. TTONOMTMJ. H. T.. WEDNESDAY. NOV. C, 1901.
No Cause for
. your books are put
away In a
MACNEALE and URBAN
Dcst Insurance In tho world. Plenty of evidence In Honolulu flres to
ehow that theso safes nrc absolutely fireproof In every respect.
Entlro new stock In nil sizes Just received by
B. O. HALL & SON,
CALL AND 8EE THEM.
Great Book Sale
THE GOLDEN RULE
having to vacate premises on the first of the ye.r, has
JetermineJ to CLOS1: OUT HNTIRG STOCK as nearly
as possible within the NfiXT SIXTY DAYS. In order
to do this, and save cost of removal, we have made
A Sweeping Reduction in Prices
in All Departments from
20 to 50 per cent.
This reduction is not only on all old stock, but the very
latest things in Stationery and : : : : :
all new books
Nothing is reserved at this sale, and those who come
first will get fir. choice. We have just opened and
placed on our shelves OVER 21 (N) NEW BOOKS, and
these are al1 be sold at the same reduced prices.
Books published for Si. 25, now go for $1.00; Si. 50
books go for Si 20, and all other books sold proportion
ately low. All Goods Sold for : : : :
J. M. WEBB, - Prop.
MOTOR ON THE TYPEWRITER.
Illfi trl Ity plays bucIi mi Important (
part In our everyday life nt present
that It Is not strango ttuit It lit to be
applied to the typewriter to lessen
the exertion and Increase the speed to
In- obtained from this useful piece of I
met hanlMii. The machine Is the Inven
tion of ''. II. Kimls of Troy, N. V.,
lilx Idea being to muke the cunent do 1
the entire work after the nui-hanlim'
V, onf."- sUlUu by a slight dcpieeslonj
.. .. kuv The mivhanlsm has a lever
beneath the kev board, with 11 pin at the
Inner end Just out of contact with a
raised shoulder on n roller. Now, If)
the Key were depressed tho roller
would lie rotated by the motor, until
the pin cumu In contact with the
shoulder, the rotation of tho roller
driving the geared shaft which rotates1
the type wheel ubove. The shoulder
on the roller Is projected 111 such u re-1
latlon to the typuwheel above that thu.
Instant the corresponding letter
readies the lowest point of revolution'
the pin brings tho mller to n stand-1
Mill. This clones a sciond 1 Ircult
tliumgh the pair of electromagnets at
the rear of the paper roll, mid tho
magmts pull the bar suppoillng the
type whetl downward with bulllclenti
foue to Imprint the letter on the pa
per, the tpe having been previously
Inked li contact with the Ink loiter
above (luring Its revolution to tbu
piopi-r point. The relensu of the key I
bleaks the circuit und a spring icturu j
the parts to their normal position. I
M. Vlitorlen Sardou was man led un
der the moht inmautlc ciicumtaiues.
As a ung man he worked and starved
in a ganet, anil disappointment prey
ed upon his nerves until he fell 111. A
joung actress, Mile. De tin-court, took
compassion upon him, nursed hliu back
to health, and Introduced his work to
the famous actress, DeJ.uet, through
whom he was first acted. Sardou fell
In love with und married his beue
tiutiHhH, whobo death, ten jeais later,
was the uu great sorrow of bis life.
Sardou has made more money than uny Thure ,B n() ,., moro ,,lt.ll)U!l
other iliumatUt, and h Is piobably than a cup of coffoo when the hover
the only man who ever gave Sarah ug(. 8 made Irom tho best scud. To
Deruhaidt a shaking. The Incident oc- test coffee put a spoonful gently ou
curred at a rehearsal ond nt a period thu top of a glass of water. If tho
when the divine Sarah was less einl- "' ' Iru " w"l llot lnk f,ur h0,UB
nent than she Is now. They dlfleied l'"t-' nd wM bearcely co lor tlm
... i .. 1 1 i . . water; but If ch cory Is mixed with It
ns to the way In which n pussagH , ',,, , , , ,, ,,.i
should be declaimed, und Sardou, las
. Ing his temper, seized thu nctiuss by
the shoulder and gavo her a shaking.
She retorted by slapping his face, and
afterward challenged him to a duel.
Design your own ledgers, cash
books, etc. If you are undecided, wo
will help you. That Is In our lino and
tho PRICE IS RIOIIT, nt the EVEN
The King of Natural Tabic Waters
A Nnturnl Sparkling
Wutep bottled ut the
ZollhuUH, - Germany.
The Favorite of New York
and London Society.
from among the mineral
waters ot the world by "The
Lu.idon Lancet.' The highest
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
J. D. Jewett
,. J. WILLIAMS
A Sure Coffee Test.
raplilly ubsorblug tho wuter und ulso
giving it a dark-rcddlsh tinge.
It Is now thought thut tno monument
for HenJamln Harrison will be In the
form of an arch to cost $200.1)00. Over
$:0,000 has already been raised. Tho
film, fur the erection or a Whlttler
monument was started only a week or
two ago, and already amounts to over
Weather Hiireau, I'unahoii, Novem
ber 8. Temperature Morning mini
mum 71: Midday maximum, 80.
Ilarometer at 9 a, m. 29.98. Irregular.
pew I'olnt USK.
Humidity nt 9 n. in. "3 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, No
vember C Weather cloudy; wind
Wednesday, November 0,
Am. bk, Mauna Ala, Smith, 20 dayi
from San Francisco,
Am. bk. C. U. Ilrjant, Colley, 20
days from Snn Krnnelseo.
Am. schr. W. II Marston, Curtlrt, 1C
da) from San Kranelseo.
Stmr. Mlkahaln, Oregory, from Ka
Am. bk. Mohlean, Kellv, from Oystc
llnrbnr, with coal,
Tuitday, .November ".
Stmr Noeau, Wjman, for I.nlialnrt,
Knnnapatl. llonnkan and Kukulhaels.
1 Stmr W tj Ilnll, S. Thompson.
I for Nnwlllwlll, Koloa. lei-le nnd Nil
1 lauuine, raiser, ior .nuui
Ada, fur Hanalel and Kutlhl-
I Stmr. Hawaii, lleunett, for Mulukal
Schr. Concoid. for l'aaullo. '
J Schr. Kawullanl, for Knual polls, i
Schr. I.ndy, for Knual ports.
' PASSENGERS AnillVKD. I
' K111111 Kauai, per str. Mlkuhala, Not.!
ti-Mrs I'. Ilofer. P. llofer. Dr. II. Hi
1 Sandow. .1. II. Coney. W. I'. ('. lliiHsnn, '
1 C. I). Illackstail Mr. Van ile Wide nnd
1 13 deck. I
I PASSENOEHS DEPARTED.
1 Tor Kauai ports, per str W. O. Dull,
Nov .V- . V Spitz, A. S. Wilcox. T. C.
Davles. C II. Cooke. .1. Neotil, Mrs. II
' lllack. II. It. Keal, J. .1. Sullivan, (I. N.
Wilcox, (1. Kameokn, II. Connor A. T.
It. Jackson. P. .1. Haven.
Kor San Kranelseo. per stmr, Ala
lueda November 13. Major Ilnrkllne.
U. S. A ; Lieutenant Colonel Davis,
V. S. A.; Mr. Fcigtihun. Miss K. M.
Sorenon, Mr. I.. I.. Cooke. .Mrs.
Wm. Hall, 11. Wnlbr. . It. llarth. Miss
MjOnvern. Mrs. W. (i. Walker. P. K.
Hunt ami wife. ('. E. Copelaml, .1.
W. Keystou. V I.. Teniu-y wife aud
child. E. S Mi drew; W. II. Ilailgli.
F E. Coombs, C. A. Ilriius, John
II, ..c II 1 ll.. !... ... II II IaI,i,.n 1
W P Whltlev. Paymaster Phllllns.
Mr. and Mrs, Woolley, II P. Ilaldwlui
and wife. I. F. Wiuvit J E. llyine.
litul ulfn Hhi-i-v ll.-iil. 1
WITH I VENEZUELANS
Washington. Oct. 22. The pninllcl
between the attack on the sailors from
a uerman cruiser In Porto Cnbello.
Venezuela, and the attack nil the men
fiom the United States ship Ilalllmore
Ut Valparaiso, Chill, ou October lit,
1891, Is quite mnrked. In each easn
the sailors were unarmed, and were
attacked by men In the uniform of the.
country. Chilians attacked our sailor
and Venezuelans attacked tho Ger
mans. Chill Anally apologized tor tho out
rage, nnd paid the sufferers $75,(100,
hut for a time there was grave danger
of vvnr. The German Emperor Is quick
tempered, and particularly careful that
his people are not treated with Indig
nity. H will certainly demand an
apology from Venezuela, nnd the pny
unlit of un Indemnity.
The question nrlses whether, In the
present disturbed condition of affairs
111 Venezuela, President Castro will
apologize Immediately. If he does not
the German Government can be ex
pected to make 11 demonstration, nnd
to take uteps to seetiie Justice and to
take steps to seeuie Justice und to
make It evident that Germuiis, panic
ularly those In uniform, must be treat
ed with, respect.
Theie Is, hunever, one quite Impor
tant aspect to this l-orto Cnbello nf
talr. Germany Is known to have her
eye on South America and to look to
,the time when she may b nble to test
.0111 .Momou doctrine. Venezuela has
many Geimaii lesldents and Ilruzll Is
especially popular with Goiiimu colo
nists. Germanj's capital Invested In
Suuth America exceeds a billion dot
'lars. With such large Inteiests It fob
lows, of necessity, that siuh an ml.
deuce of the unpopularity of the Ger
man nation Is not calculated tu give
encouragement for the development ol
ui'iiuau mine, unci met increase of Ger
man Inteiests us the mother country
desires. It would appear us If German
juithods have not been conducive to
the development or a filendly feeling
o-i the part of the South Americans
for Get man people, and that Is u dun
ver to the further growth U" del man
Inlluenco und Interests In South Amer
ica thut American exporters will v(.w
without unhapplness, If not wltn hatis
faction. Cecil Rhodes Is living qulitly at u
retired London hotel until tho run of
popularity for wur heroes rises ugnlii.
Mr. Rhodes had something to do with
tbu present large diain ou tho Ililtluh
emplie. though without him the devel
opineut of South Africa would not
have leached Its piesent stage. New
A rcfoim Is cunteiniilated in mouiii-
lug uppurel for children, which will,
do away with black gowns and sub
tlltute all white In their pleace, a
large bow ou thu child's hat being the
only touch of black.
Exposure to Wet, dampness and cold
Invariably results In n sudden chill
which If not attended to Immediately
will cause a cold, lly mixing n tea
spoonful of Perry Davis' PAIN-KILLER
In half a glass of wann'watcr or
milk, the whole system will be heated
and tho danger of cold nvolded. Avoid
substitutes, there Is but one Paln-Klll-er,
Perry Davis. Price 25c. und 50c.
Silk embrulilered buttuus are one of
the novel features of the new shlit
wnlhtH and they come In all colois to
match the material.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
The regular meeting of Hawallau
Aerie No. HO will bo held this even
lug at 7:30 p. m. sharp.
T. A. SIMPSON.
Ads. In this column will be Inserted
at IS cents a line one Insertion; 25
cents two Insertions; 30 cents one
week; 40 cents two weeks, and 60
cents one month. This Is the cheapest
advertising ever offered the people of
There arc letters at this ofneo In
answer to advertisements In these
columns, as follows:. Advertisers arc
requested to call for Fame: R.,' "M.
I..." "It. S.," "Enquirer," "T. a.," "A,
N.." "W. H.." "T. I), n.." "K.," "V,
"V. n.." "X.." "No. 27," "J. O.."
II.," "W. X.." "T. A. 0.." "W. F.
"Table," "Horse and Surry," "O.
"C. K.." "A."
PIANO TAUGHT BY EXPERIENC
ED TEACHER; new, quick method;
$5 month; special attention to adult
beginners. Address box 040.
REMOVAL Tho Sewing Mnchlno Ex
rhnngn has removed to 12S8 Fort
St. All kinds of sewing machines
nought, sold, rented or exchanged
QET OUR PRICES on billiard and po.il
tables before buying clsowhcro; sold
on easy payments. Our cushions aro
guaranteed for twenty years, and
are made by a new vulcanizing proc
ess. Old tables fitted with our cush
ions nrc as good as new; satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded. Sco
our advertisement of "Manager
Wanted" for lawful slot machine.
Palmer Ullllard Tablo Works. Chi
cago. Ills. 1937-2m
IF YOU HAVE a houso for rent or
wnnt to rent a house, sco A. R.
BINDT. Collections careruliy at
tended to and promptly remitted.
OlDcc 115 Knahumanu Btrcct. 1893-tf
NOTICE TO BUILDERS Tho Union
Express Co. has WHITE SAND KOR
WANTED Room nnd board In private
family, convenient to business, by
man nnd wife nnd child. Address
II. T. J., this tifflce. 1987-lw
WANTED Iluggy or light road wag
on In good repair. Address, stating
price. Q. II., this office. 1981-lw
WANTED-Partner with a smal rnpl
tnl, to Increase ft paying business.
Address 1.. T Bulletin office.
ijUAMTCn L-ii-nl-hml mnm
h. c , nui-
A PRACTICAL ACCOUNTANT, with
spare time, will take charge of one
or two pets of books: single or dou
ble entry; books exported; financial
statements; trial balances rendered.
Address Accnuntnnt, this ofneo.
WANTED Position as stenographer
nnd typewriter by young Indy of ex
perience. Address A. II., tnls of
MANAGER WANTED In every larga
county to appoint agents for tho fa
mous "Game o' Skill" nickel slot
machine for drinks or cigars; law
ful everywhere; takes place of nil
forbidden slot machines. Rented or
sold on easy payments. Securo ter
ritory quick. Palmer Billiard Tablo
Works. Chicago. Ills. 1937-2m
WANTED To sell Diamond and Opal
Rings, In the latest styles. Watches
repaired by a Jeweler of 35 years'
experience. G. DIETZ, Fort street,
near Hotel. 1808-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
THE LANGTON King St. near South.
Hoard and lodging. Mosquito proof.
GOOD TABLE BOARD. 19C0tf
THE LOS ANGELES 1523 Fort St.;
newly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof; terms reasonable. 1930-tf
TO LET New rottaws on Nnuuiiu
ve., $25; on Inline Asylum road,
$12.50: on King St.. Palarna, $10.30;
off School St., nr. Niiuaiiu, $15. P.
K. It Strauch, room 38, Campbell
blk .in; Port St. 19l-aw
TO LET Furnished rooms, centrally
located, jumi Ktrnams nt. 1970-2W
NEWLY FURNISHED rooms. Bereta
nln Ave., cor. Kocaumoku St. Mrs.
TO LET A largo, sunny tront room
in a pHvato family; mauka Thomas
Squaro; hot and cold water; electric
lights; possession given Oct. 15th.
Address A. 13. C. P. O. box 572.
TO LET Six-room cottago on Collego
St., with stablo nnd servant!)' quar
ters. Apply fl Ileretanla St.
TO LET 8-room bouse, with barn,
Nuiiauu Ave. Room S, Campbell
ROOMS AT THE ALOHA Fort
Street, from $1.50 to $2.50 per
TO LET Suit of olllees In Piogress
block. Inquire, of Druco Waring &
LET 2 cottages
Enquire ut No.
FOR RENT A largo hall In tho Wav-
erley block, suitable for lodges, so
cieties, etc., furnished or unfurnish
ed. Apply to A. V. Clear. 1970
TO LET Two
FOUR-ROOM cottago to rent! modem
Impioveiuents; $25 a month. Aloha
lune und King St. Enquire next
TO LET Tho premises on Fort St..
now occupied bv tho First "mitlonal
Hank of Hawaii; possession given
on or about Deeeniner 1st, 1901. For
particulars apply to CECIL IJROW'N.
FOR RENT Two (2) story houses at
Kekaullko-pa. on Young 3t contain
ing two bedrooms, parlor, dining
room, kitchen, bath room and patent
wnter closet ik.'vnstulrs. Kaplolnnl
Kstnto Ltd. 1921-tt
FOR RENT A new house on Arte
sian St.. of six rooms with all mod
ern Improvements, Enquire ot Unas.
E. FraBher, Consolidated Soda
If there's one department wo'vo moro pride In than another It's that
of our Curtains nnd Housekeeping Linens.
Wherever clso wo may he strong or weak, In that basement depart
ment wo unquestionably excel.
Nor Is that only our own opinion wo merely echo tho general verdlet.
What has made that department pre-eminent?
Factors not a few, among them this: For several months nfter we
started business It was run at a loss, when It could hnvo shown a profit.
How so? Was that wise manngcment7
It wns, as tho sequel proves.
Come what might, wo were determined to have tho most satisfactory
assortment In the city and wo did.
Now hero aru somo very big values In fine qualities nnd exquisite pat
Marie Antoinette Curtains, cholco
and rare patterns, fruit 01 tho
most famous English looms, per
Dentelle-Arabe, faithful copies of ex
pensive Parlsletine originals
$9.50, $10, $11
Irish Point Curtains, beautiful, soft
laey effects In ecru and white..
... . 9
Point de Paris, must be seen to pain
limner nniirecintion; only onn
TO LET Front room, with smaller
room communicating; suitable ror
doctor or dentist. 1 life Niiunnu near
FOUR LOTS. Hobron St.. Knpahulu,
WalkIM; $300 each, half cash: bal
ance $10 month, each lot. Jeff's,
43 King St. 19Sfi.lm
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY: confec
tionery and Ico cream parlors; well
established In nn Island town: ren
son for retiring. Ill-health; cheap!
For partkulais address II. 11., this
office. 950-1 w
KOR SALE Phaeton, with now lub
ber tires; $S0. O. II. McClellnn. r,03
Stungenwnld bldg. 19&0-1-V
Judd & Co.. Ltd.. 307 Stnngenwnld
FOR SALE 26 shares Hawaiian To-
bacco Co., Ltd. Apply to Judd &
Co., Ltd., 307 Stangenwnld llldg.
FOR 8ALE Ten Hno lots nt PUU -
NUI, above Wylllo St.: high and
dry, with good outlook, and convc -
nlent to Rapid Transit. Apply U
FRANK S. DODGE, 77 Merchant 3t.
FOR 8ALE New and second-hand
Smith Premier typewriters for salo
or rent. All makes repaired. Wash
ington Light Co. 1959-1 m
STEAM LAUNCH FOR 8ALE Tho
Tnlnln." n. .ho nnw lino In hn hnr.
tin,- Rhn la n nnnrlv nfiw linnt
,nr. Rhn In n nenrlv new hoat. In.
perfect working order, and has been
of lato used In towing at Kahulul
Ini- n k-nlmliil
TO LEASE Two story houso of eight
large rooms, with oath and P. C. on
both doors, also hot nnd cold wnter;
partly furnished If desired; very rea
sonable to responsible party. Apply
II. Gorman, Port S., opp. Club stuble.
FOR LEASE No. 1081 Punchbowl St..
between King St. line nnd Rapid
Transit line, furnished houso of sev
en rooms for two years. Inquire nl
617 Hotel St. 1975-tf
. , ... , .
omftvtu inreereu aim wince noiii -
Ing pigeons, silver hands around leg.
Howard given If returned to Prince,
LADY'S gold hunting cuso watch, No.
151,700. Return to Ilulletln olllco ror," " ; ""':" .""". """" """ ' """;
suitable reward. 1983-tf 'n?, K"-0 " ''"' Hut I could
,, rr .
FOUND A gentleman's bicycle, on
llethel St. Owner can have same
by pi ovlng property und paving all
....... ..a.l.r II... t It . Ililt,ll1 lim
.l.-iir. .ii.ij iuv.ii.1.- i.ui "-.
FOUND A purso contnlulug it sum of '1'W,iy'.1"r '"'"I'leiit. I huve no inn
money. For particulars cull at tho , ' n ' ' '"' .",lj! u",cl,',,c w'1'' 1,lr
,...u t.,..i nien.irH am connected Is the Itenub lean liar-
'"'"" p.u.iu... """"
In a recent article Count Tolstoi tho wholo party for which I have been
diawn a portrait of his father. Ho was woiklng. Tlint Is tho only machine of
a largo and handsome man. who nl- which I know anything, and that shall
ways woto clothes In n fashion dlffeient be yours. Mr. President."
from that of others. Ho had a great I "Yo"1',n"w wlmt ' niean. I want
umtempt for tho younger generation.1 h0un' 'fXTs' M cKhitoy hSru'"
He won millions and lost them again. "SrihavVtha! aVfar rlulVe
Moral principles ho seemed to have anything to say about it. nnd If you
none. He had his sentimental mood, will refrain, as I am positive you In
aud when he read aloud from a book tend to, from seeking to build up n
his volcu would tromblu and his eyes
moisten ut u pathetic passage. He was
fond of ordinary musle-io.uunccs,
gypsy me.od.es. operatic tunes-but
fiuukly confessed that Iteethoven put
him to' sleep. . "j nm not thinking or that nt this
time," said tho President. 'This is
It Is ic-ported from Paris CTit whlto not of my seeking. I wanted It to
gowns are to be most favored for lomo ' another way. I shall act. or
evening wear -this season, all ou no- ' 1,','1 V"."'" "TT m-U" v"" I'F
count "r he Carina's p.eferencc for ;uia':"lel!nlnu-!;ne,,!!dne bo ,
white, lleuutlful white costumes wer (jt0 f,tnnttoii."
made for tho wives nMflgh Ficnch otll-1 Tho Senator smiled and siild; "Why
clals to weur at the reception given to Mr. President, tho situation In Ohio is
the Czar and Czarina and tlm result nil right. Governor Nash will ho ro
wos a ruvelatton of. tho possibilities In elected, and also a Legislature which
all white gow
white gowns. So the die Is catt
and thu cruiu for white has set In tu
the extent that u white court Is predict
ed In England.
General bookbinding, ruling, gilding,
embossing, maps, charts and artistic
printing ut tho EVENING UULLETIN
Point de Calais, tho swell curtain of
Robblnet Ruffled, pretty, transpar
ent. Inexpensive, n curtain for use
where windows nro small or of
odd shapes, n cottage curtain, per
pair $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4
Nottingham; our stock of Notting
ham curtains Is complete nnd tho
$3 to $10 a pair
Guipure, somo Interesting novelties
In these favorite curtains nt
$4, $5, $6.75, $9
iy PERFECT ACCORD
ON PARTY MATTERS
Characteristic Conversaticu of the
President Soon After Assuming
ing is Reached.
Cincinnati. O., Oct. 13. The Com-merelnl-Trlbuno
today publishes tho
following special from Its Columbiii
Kit fnr nn tli.i iiilmlnlutiiitlmi nl
-ncerned, l,.,e wl
I"" ' Political c nanges m onio nerore
iJUI- lm uonu ueiwecn rresiuenc
liooseveu uuu mo present icnuers or
tho Republican party In this Statu Is
every whit ns strong, politically, as
were the relations that existed be-
tween Senator Ilanna nnd President
jUcKlnley. The only difference that
i,Uath has mado Is personal.
This assertion Is hnsed inioii nn ne-
'cumte report of Just what happened
nt tho conference at Iluffalo on tbu
first day of tho present ndmtnlstra
Every one will recall that the new
President sent for Senator Ilanna tho
day of his arrival at Iluffalo, which
wai the day upon which he took the
oath of oHlcc. Perhaps it Ik not
'jwown though, that, in his urgency to
have a talk With the Olllll Senator.
tho President sent lor llltll three
times that day. Tl
,no disrespect, of en
The Senator meant
no disrespect, oi course, out in- was
so broken In spirit with his grent pel
sounl loss, and so distracted with thu
many details of funeral arrangements
etc., which fell upon his shoulders,
that ho could not answer the tlrst sum
mons. At this meeting the Piesldeut, In
the frank. Impulsive way which Is
characteristic of him, nsked for him
bdf the guidance of the man who bad
been tho mentor nnd friend of his Im
mediate predecessor. He said: ".Mr.
Ilanna, 1 want to do what Is best for
tbci party. I need you. I wnnt oi
to bo to mo just what you were
"But that Is Impossible, Mr. Piesl
dent," said Senator Ilanna. "Mr. ile
Kinley nnd I were close friends for
years nnd years. Our Intimacy was
n gradual growth. I never can be tho
isnino to nny ono else. With lum I fro
inl,,..iv ,iffrii ., ....i.h,. a.iu
I j touW tc nm , f0nii, ami
,ie l0ll,(1 ,nIy mt u wn , Ulu,' M
Wo could discuss our dlffur-
;!'"' ",""! rnnk lahlo of friends
.... uu mat wim juit Ul UHJ (lilt! 'iHI,
TerhupH that Is so. but I want all
joii can glvo me of yourself. I want
our auvico nml fcuggest ons; I want
yollr holp in 10,(.8.
..you c.an ha0 tua, j, Resident.
j a89l!r ..,,..
"I want more. Mr. Hnnnn. 1 want
tv I nn. (I.n nl.nl.... .e (I n " i
rnmmlttpfi unit it lu rn1vr tlw. ..-,.,. 1 ,.r
M... ...U Ll.M.t.ill.U ... IIIU IlllllllliUl
personal machine, but, Instead, as you
huve stated, servo the whole country
""'' who'o party as you have It In
wl" n-ciccc nenaior rorauer, without
uu uiamux uepuiiiicuu vole,
Mnt, Senator, how about factions?"
'Why, there are no factions In Ohio.
Senator Foraker and 1 arc In perfect
accord, and I nssuro you tnat you will
j.tver have a recommendation for np
polntment signed by ono Ohio Sena
tor. Tho recommendation will bo
signed by both or neither."
65 Queen St.
Hay and Barley
On Thursday, November 7th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I
will sell nt Publln Auction n large con
signment of HAY nnd IIAHI.EV.
Jos. F. Morgan,
OK . J
Owing to closing out tho business
of the HONOLULU STOCK-YARDS
CO., LTD., I will sell ut Public Auction
at tho premises of tho company, on
King street, Honolulu, on
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11th,
At 10 o'clock A. M.,
All of their carriage, express and dray
Several California and Hawaiian
And n lot of new
lluggles, Phaetons, Surreys. Sets of
Harness, Etc., Etc.
Stock nnd Carriages can be seen
dally ut tho stables.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
AUCTION SALE OF "ORPHEUM
Under orders from Hon. Geo. I).
Gear, Second Judge of tho Circuit
Court of tho First Circuit. In foreclos
ure of tho mortgngo of The Orphcuin
Co., Ltd., to C. S. Dcsky, I will sell
a", public auction, to tho highest bid
der, for cash, on
Saturday, November 16, 1901
AT U O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom. C5 Queen street, that
certain parcel ot land, with all Im
provements thereon, und known as tho
Orphcum Ulock, situated on tho north
ern side of Fort street. This property
has a frontagn of 120 -10 feet on Fort
street nnd contains 38-100 acre. Terms,
cash, United States gold coin. Deeds
at expense of purchaser. For further
Information, apply at office of
JAS. F. MORGAN.
05 Queen 8t.
Tho undorslgned will receive appli
cations to lease lots In the "SCHMIDT
CENTRAL I1I.OCK" on Reretnnla
street, No. 588, adjoining tho prem
ises of tho Queen's Hospital.
This valuable property will bo divid
ed Into suveral business sIIcb and of
fers a lino chnnco to Investors In Real
Estato. Suitable for Stores. Lodging
Houses or Dwellings. Applications for
lots will bo treated In priority and it
will pay to make early applications.
An important feature of theso leases
is that tho lessco has tho option ot
purchasing his lot In fee simple during
tho term of his lease at a figure based
on tho rental ho Is paying.
Terms and conditions of leaso with
amount of rents asked can be bad on
65 Queen Street.
65 Queen St
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