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KVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T., TUESDAY. NOV. 12. ItOt.
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Line of Trv
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamcrB of this lino will arrlvo and leave this port an hereunder:
MOM SAN FRANCISCO.
VENTURA 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 pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In tho United States, and from New
Tfork by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
' Steamer of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
f leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. . FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
GAELIC NOV. 14 DORIC NOV. 19
HONOKONQ MARU NOV. 28 NIPPON MARU NOV. 20
CHINA NOV. 30 PERU ....DEC. 3
DORIC DEC. 10 COPTIC DEC. 10
NIPPON MARU .. ". DEC. 18
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
- H. HVCKPIBLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of the above line, running In connection wit., the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, B. C. and Sydney, N.S.CV.,
and calling at Victoria, B. C. Honolulu and Brisbane, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
From Vancouver anu Victoria, B.
(For Brisbane and Sydney.)
hrom 8ydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, B. C.)
MIOWEHA NOV. 20
AOuaNQI '. DEC. lit
MOANA JAN. 16
, Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
Europe. For Freight and Passage And all general. Information, apply to
Theo. H. Davles & Co., Ltd., Gen'l Agent.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
- - '-DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
MEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, m Pacific Coast.
8. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about Oct. 20.
k8. OREGON! AN, 8,000 tons, to sail about Dec. 10.
B. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, to sail about Jan. 10.
. 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. M0R8B,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Varicose Veins ii
Mclaughlin offers a permanent cure or no pay.
Sapping the vigor of youth frbm tho
body of the unfortunato sufferer; eat- '
Ing away his courage, ambition and '
happiness day by day; causing him
pain and languor: making him tired at i
night, worBe In the morning, and rcn-1 1
derlng his life miserable In general, ,
this terrible malady goes on, and there , ,
i & I I'.BBBBBal
la no cure for It except tho surgeon's
knire or ELECTRIC1TV. Which will
DR. MCLAUGHLIN'S ELECTRIC
BELT CURE8 OR NO PAY.
I guarantee an absolute cure by my , ,
Inow method. You Vivo only to wear, ,
Fmy Belt while you siren, felth snecktl , .
attachment carrying the glowing cur
rent direct to tho parts, waBhlng out '
the stagnant blood, restoring vigorous ' '
circulation andncw strength, It Is r-
positive cure. i i
"Dr. MrLnughlln's Electric Belt cur- i
ed mc of Varicocele and weakness of i
tin years' standing. I shall always be , ,
grateful for It." LOUIS FOSCAI.INA, , ,
Unlntiitiimi If 111 r.tlfAi.t.ln '
CAUTION i Don't acc"t Imitations of my Belt. All Iniitn
tions burn and blister when lliey have any current at all. Call anil
test my Belt free or send for free book with full Information.
tell you if ou liae varicocele. Inclose this nd.
I Dr. H. H. McLaughlin, I Jo!c
Hcu? This is tho rnllrond
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Onlr FOUR DAYS to New York.
PoRman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cart, with Barber
aop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Heals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
1 H. LOTH UOP, General Agent.
US Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No, 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
. U LOMAX, O. P. & T. A.,
1471 Omaha, Nebraska.
8EHD TOUR .
YOD CAN DO IT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 82.
Imlili .Office, 315 Fert St.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for jour message
g A PROPOSAL
They had come In trom the theater
and gono Into he kitchen for a bite.
The Chinaman had net out tne ncer
and sandwiches on the top of the leu
chest In the laundry. She lighted e.v
Cry gas burner In night, fetched the
tray Into the kitchen and got down
tho plates, while he opened the beer
and filled the two glasses.
"There's oat- sandwiched." she suld.
puncturing each little pile Willi tho
tip of her fingers as she spokerand
sardine sandwiches and lettuce and
mayonnaise sandwiches, and don t
say and tho Band which is on the
Boor,' because you nay It every time,
nod It's become an old Joke that was
funny once, but Isn't lunny nny more
at all. Here, don't talk ho mitrh, but
drink your beer. Here a success to
They drank to each other, she sit
ting on the deal tabb cIIcCIuk her
heels together, lie with his chair tilt
ed back against the nltik, grinning
nt her over the top of the glass,
"Huh." ho exclaimed all of a sud
den as he bat down his glass nnd
glanced about him -"four burueis go
ing full blnHt In tho kitchen nt this
hour! I wont let you do that wheu
we're married, joung woman. 1 isn't
"When we're" iln shouted, addtne
furiously, "Well. I do llki- that "
"Yes, I tliougjit you would," he in
, ou tnnugiit--yon tncuigni: snw
gasped, getting to her feet ami gating
at him wide cii'd andMireuthlest,
'You were- you are wo are"
"I am, thou art, be l," ho Inter
rupted, beginning to laugh, "which
means that 'I am' quite determined to
marry you, nnd 'he Is that U to nay,
your father Is to give tin his consent
and his blessing. I've been thinking
It all over, and Ive made up my mind
that it will he for next Thumdny at
20 minutes after 3."
"Oh,.you have, have you? she rrled.
breathing hard through her nose.
"You might hae asked me nomethlnc
"Oh, I dldn t need to ask, he hu
swercd. "You see, I'm pretty Mini ill
"Pretty mire!" he retorted. "Oh,
this Is line' Oh. Ixn'l this spli'iidldl
I uit hti- and loathe and dHeitt and
ubhor )ou and aboinliiiite Jim!"
"Yes. . I know," he answered,
putting up 111 hand. "Does ThurKdiiy
"No, It doesn't suit!" she flashed
talk at him. "It-will lie when I suy
nnd choose I meHli -I mi'iiii "
He shouted with l.iimhtrr, and lior
''1 mcun It won't eter be! Oh, t
tould I Duld kill you!"
"1 thluk it will be on Thursday."
lid Bald reflectively. "I'll call for you
here In a carriage at 3:'.'ti. nnd In the
meantime I'll see )our father and III
"Oh oh, how I hate you!"
"That will give us two days In New
York. I wired for a Mntcroom day
before yesterday. It's the St. Paul. It
sulls on the 23d. I)o you like tho
"Oh, go right on go right on!" she
ciled. waving her handH nt hlro.
"Don't mind me. '
"Well, thnt's as far ahead as I've
planned now, I don't think we should
want to stay over on the other side
more than four months. Then, you
know, therc'H the expense."
She was about to answer when they
both beard the front door close.
"Tbat'H Dave!" she explained. Her
brother came out Into the kitchen hi
"Hello, hello!" he said, "neer nnd
skittles domestic enough. Can I b
long? Ileer's Oat, of course, but I'll
have a skittle. If you don't mind." And
hu began to eat n sandwich, telling
them the while where he had been
li nd what lie hud been doing.
He and the brother fell n-tnlMng.
She sat silent, very thoughtful, look
ing at htm from time to time.
"Well," said he nt last, "I must bo
going," adding us he turned to her:
"I've a deal to do In the next few
days." She made n little gasp aud got
Ui and went with him Into the front
hall, leaving the brother to grumble
over the Illltni'fH nf the beer. She
helped him on with his overcoat.
There was a silence. He stood with
Ills band on the knob of the door.
"(lood night," she said, adding, as she
ulwnjH did: "When nm I to see you I
"Well," he answered. suddenly I
grave, very much In earnest, "when !
are you to see me ngaln? It's up to
ou. little girl. What's your answer?
Now, when shall I come?"
She didn't answer at onee. In the
stlllnehR they heard the humming at
the cable In tho street outside. Then
there was an opening and closing of
doors as the broher came out of the
"Quick!" he said, putting a handinr
her shoulder. "He'll bo here In a
minute. When aui I to see you
Then she turned to him:
"Oh.'I suppose Thursday at 20 min
utes nfter 3!"--Topeka Journal.
THE BOY'S ESSAY.
Recorded November S, 1901.
II. Kin Wal to Lee Kong et al.j
lease; store house, King street, Pa
waa, Honolulu, Oahu; hve years at
$19 per month. Hook 228, page 2S9
Dated October ID, 1001,
Recorded November 6, 1901.
K. a. Walton to Tom Lum et al.;
rcl'-ase; lensehold Kspalamn, Hono
lulu, Oahu; $1500. Hook 21C, pago
100. Dated November t. 1901.
r M. I.lllll to J. A. Magoon: deed: in.
tcrest In Kill. S211w.. Walnlo-uka
Jlwa, Oahu: $300. Hook 229, page 12
iiaten October 2fi, 1901,
1'. Kaatia and wife to II. Smith?
tiustee; mortgage; portion Grant UO,
I.tllhn street, Honolulu, Oahu; $76.
Hook 23", page 33. Dated November
R. C. Sllva and husband to C. R.
Medelros! deed' lot 17, block II of
Grant 3u, Haseball tract, Honolulu,
Oahu: $1000. Hook 223, page 499.
Doted November 5, 1901.
ltlshop & Co. to G. I!. Honrdman;
release; Grant 3317, Victoria street,
portion Grants 283 and 3211,' Kulaoka
htia, Honolulu, Onhu; $0000. Hook
IS", page 105. Dated July, 1901.
Hlshop & Co. to (1. K. Iloardinan:
n lease; Grant 3317, Victoria street,
portions Grants 28S anu 3211. Kulao
kahua, Honolulu, Oahu; $IS0O. Hook
157. page 103. Dated July. 1901.
D. Kekol to W. Ah Chee: lease;
:i 3-10 acres land: fifteen years at.$10
Hook 22S, page 290. Dated July 1.
Trustees Oahu College to W. C. W.
Ilrnny: deed: lot II, block 3, College,
Hills tract. Honolulu. Oahu; $1 ton.
Hook 229, page 131. Dated November I
i. 1901. ,
W. C. Crook to T. Awnnn; deed;
Interest In piece land, Makawao. '
Maul; $250. Hook 223. rage 600. Dat
ed October 29, 1901.
Pang Chong and wife to Pang Tung
Lbii; deed: lot 7. block 7, Kewaln
trart, Honolulu. Oahu; $I70. Hook
229. page 133. Dated October 21, 1901.
Pang Chong to Yuen Lin Fat et al.;
lease: piece land, Kalawahlne, Hono
lulu, Oahu; thirty years at $90. Hook
228, page 291. Dated September 1,
Ji O. dn Sllva to .1. K. Paeheeo;
mortgage; lot 13, block PA. Kapahulu,
Honolulu. Oahu; $150. Hook 227, page
23, Dated November 0. 1901,
M. II. Atcherley and husband tn
T. Pacbcco et al.; additional charge;
Interest In lands. North Kona. Ha
wall; $70. Hook 227, page 23U. Dated
November 3. 1901.
J. R. Love. Jr., to R. D. Sllllman:
power of attorney; special powers.
Hook 224, page0. Dated Septembei
Recorded November 7, 1901.
W. K. Kathbiirn and wife to S.
Mahaiilu: deed: R. P.. 2113. Kill. 767.
Grant 1313, Koolauloa, Oahu: $100
Hook 223, pnge I3ii. Dated Septcmbu
S. Mahaulu and wife to C. Rath
bum: deed; R. I', -jus, Kill. 77,
Grant 1313. Koolauloa, Oahu; $100.
Hook 225, page 437. Dated October 9,
Beautiful building sites
Unsurpassed view of mountains
nnd ocean. I
Rapid Transit line passes
through the property
For further pnrtUuliirs apply to
ISLAND REALTY , CO., LTD.
30- JUDO MUIUOINO.
R..J' .WyfV!-" v ?p- t-t-t-i rvj
A. T. HAGBNKAMP.
At the er.trjnce
to the Famous
ho Valkrv. aoj
ttsy access to
volcano In the
for Tourists aw?
ISLAND OF MAUI.
The fnllowing highly original com-
position 'on the subject nf water was
leeently ere ed to nil American boy
In an English newspaper: "Water is
found everywhere, especially when It
rains as It did the other duy, when our
cellar wus half full. Jane hmUo wenr
her father's rubber boots to git onlonr
for dinner. Onions make your ees
water and so does horseradish, when
.Mm eat too much.
"There are a good many kinds of
water In the world rnln woter. boda
w liter, fire water and brine. Water
U Used for a good many things. Sailors
use water to go to sea on. Water Is
a good thing to Are at boys with a
Hhe sank Into a chair and let her s1u'rt sun and to catch fishes lu. My
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. HENRIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
For Bxcursl ms
i To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered for
6EB THE COUNTRY.
. Carriages meet the S. S. Mauna boa
at Kalliia and take passengers overland
i "to Hookena, where the steamer Is met
Hawaiiai Tranway's Tine
KINO STREET LINE.
Car tfavt Waiklkl tot town mX s 43, t j, 6.43 A M
and tvtry if nlnuitthcrtftr ti I 1049, 11:14 and
iijsPM. Iron Waiklkl go to tf Punahou SlWt.
Can Icavt R Rangt or Pawaa twitcb for town at
SiSjA.M, andavcry i) mlnuteHhtTfAlienlll 11 otc.M
Can leavt Tort and Kli.g- ittM-u corr.tr for t'alana
at 6:10 a.m. and tvtry it Blnutt afiti tilt ii:t)
Can leavt for Palama onry at j and jo A M.
Can Itavt Palama for Walkikl ))AM and vry
13 mlnultt till v4j P M . then at to tj and 10 4) p.m.
Tna iiiij p.m from Palama lor Punabou only go$
to Waiklkl on Saturdays.
Can Itava Fort and King tifti cur. foi Rlfk
Rang at 5.10 and -o a.m.
Cars leave Fori and King itretu corner for Waiklkl
at 6 0 A.M. and every ij minute tlliiou,p,M then al
io:uand ii)P.m. The 11:13 P.M ftt to Waiklkl
on Saturdays only,
BERfcTANlA STREET AND lJUANU VALLEY.
Cars leave Punahou Slitle lr Ti'wn at j'jo and
for Town and Valley aj t 40 30 i. ic :w 1 40 t and
f.M'A.M. f '
Cars leave Oah J College tor town nd Vallvyat
6:o 6.30 and r.10 A.M and ever) 10 mlnoirs till 10 10
P.M. except the even hour and half, hour tarn which
run iron) ine stable.
Cars leave Nuuanu Valley al 6'i 1 10 t jc a,m and
every to minutes thereafter till 10 p.m
Can lav frt mn.i Oiiuh Lttta li.r Piinihrvu
College at 6 os 6.sj 6 43 a m and every 10 minutes
im mi v i r,. Aiier ioai in car run ki ine
Stable UD to (iicoP.M.whlrh ltrlitWat ImmTnwit.
reaching th Stable at tf.jcfm.
Wilder's Steamship Company
,' FOR ISLAND PORTS.
hands drop Into her Ian. railniH un
ward, and drew a long oreath nr tn.
Sating at him helplessly nnd uhuklng
'Well, of all tliu cool -"
'You will see that will gie uh time
enough for supper, and theu we can
lUKe tne ;.,i."
'What am yon talking ahout?" she
inquired deliberately. He went on un
"I got the tickets this afternoou."
"Tickets:" she faltered.
"Um-huiu'" he nnsKen-d. ahuentlv
letting in nis inside mcnct
father caught a big one the other day,
and when he pulled it out It was an
eel. Nobody could lie saved from
drowning If there wasn't any water to
pull them nut of, '
"Water Is first rate to put fires out
with. I love to go to a tire hoo the
men work at the engine, '.'his Is all
I can think of about waterexcept
New Orleans. Iji. Oct. 22.--The
nlnrni expressed by the Unilslana Su
gar riantatlous Assoclat on at ts re
cent meeting, lvst the Louisiana sugar
Industry would be Hucrltli-d to reciproc
ity mm uiiii, i growing, nuiiani
Polk, a member or the Legislature
from llapldi'H Parish and a lame siiviir
planter, just returned from New York.,
uniiim un.- nuKitr niirreitiH nere mat
they are In grat danger.
"I incidentally ascertained that the
financiers of the metropolis are at
present Investing heavily In Cuban
lands." said the Louisiana planter. "In
casual talks with business men whom
I met In New York 1 was Instructed
that tho capitalists making these In-vi-stments
ure doing mi under au lm-
predion tnat reciprocity arrange
ments would be made tiy the Incoming
Congress that would Justify them lu
uiuklng an outlay In Cubaii lands.
"Annexation would be n severe blow
to the Louisiana sugar planters, nnd
the heavy purchase of Cuban land
(..rough the Wall stieet speculators at
the present time Is very significant n
inuientiiig tnul tliey leH miii reciproc
ity with Cubn will i onie. It will re
duce the cost of sugar to wltnln three
cents a pound at New Orleans, and w
cannot produce sugar at that tirtce un-
oc r present conditions.
"I had a conversation while In New
York with a former resident of Ixiulu-
lana who Is now connected with th
Trinidad Sugar Company m Cuba. He
said that American Influences are now
being exerted to their utmost In favor
of annexation, and hcantlcinated that
within the uxt eight years the wishes
of the annexationists would be gratified."
"Ilryant must be n Christian Scien
tist." "Why?" "Oh, ho doesn't seem
uble to get himself to bellevo that he
"Hern U politically deud."
Bo kb i u 3 m . e m a m rm ita im m n sj ni m ! ?
HIS CHIEF TREASUBE.
O, R. fir L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1X99.
STATIONS jaiiv daii
(Oiiu.rJ) . Sun. DtlLY t. Sun uaiiv iiiv
A.m. A.m. a m. r,m I' m.
W.lalui , .
ia. Sun. HAII liAltY UAIIY
a n. a.m n h.m.
I" . I it
f 4 11 4 It
II oi I 411 4 a
l:t t.j an f ai
P C.'SMITH. Gen'l 1'aBs. Ticket Agt.
iO. JP. DENI80N, Superintendent
aaaaaaaaaWIBaaBS-Pi"?---- S;' . 4X9Man!
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coaling Oil
Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, completely sur
rounded by as rich oil producing wells
as there are In the State, )lcldlug from
SO to 50 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at the Coal
inga wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With twenty-live producing wells of
100 barrels each pr day, you can
make jour own calculation as to
The oil industry of California la in
Its Infancy, yet many fortunes liave
been made by Judicious and lucky In
vestments In oil stock. Many tuor
will be made In the near future.
Thu average advance on original
scles of oil stock In twenty Icadlnt
companies In California has been
from It to 1108 per share.
Oil lands have advanced, from J 1.25
to 11.000 and $2,000 per acre.
When tho Pacific Union Oil Com
pany Iihh a number of producing wells
on Its property. Its stock will have
the same show for even a greater ad
vance, as some oil stock has advanced
from II to 11,500 per share.
The I'ncllic I'nlon Oil Company nut
no salaried officers, nnd la controlled
by well-known gentlemen of Integrity,
who will sei tnat the money derived
from the sale of stock will be legiti
mately applied to the development ot
For further Information, apply to J.
II. nSIIKIt & CO.. Stock aud llond
Urokcrs, nnd Hawaiian agents for tho
salo of a limited nmount of Pnclflc
Union Oil Company stock. Stnngen
wald bulldlug. Merchant street.
NOTICE SPECIAL MEETING.
South Kona Agricultural Co.. Ltd.
A special nn-etlng of the Above com
pany has been culled for FRIDAY
NOV. 15, 1901, AT 10 O'CLOCK, nt
tho olllees cif W. II. Castle, to
consider thu issue of bonds for pur
pones of the coin puny and other mat
ters. W. It. UASTI.r.. Jit..
WHBN YOUR EYIiHACHB.
Few people nre aware what an ex
rellent tonic a cold water bath Is for
the ces. Not the ordinary sponge
bath, with closed lids, but opening the
eyes and holding them open for a min
ute or more In clear, cool water. To do
this, take n tescupful of water nnd hold
it close to the eye, ngalust the face,
11 ml open the ejo In It. Open and shut
tvi-o or three times to wash out thu
eye. then dry with a soft towel,
Never rub the eyes; It Is an exceed
ingly Injurious practice, nnd children
ihoiild li" warned against It. If your
Change In Passenger Fares.
On nnd after December 1st. 1901.
the following change In passenger
fares will go Into effect, viz:
iK'ck rates between Honolulu aud
tho Island of Hawaii will be lncrcused
from 12.00 to 13.00.
Cabin rates between Honolulu and
liana, Hamon aud Klpuhulu, on the
Island of Maul, will be Increat-t'd from
J6.00 to $7.00.
All speclnl rules, excepting to cler
gymen, will be abolished on October
C l WIGHT,
1979 til President.
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Notice to Shippers.
Shippers are notlflVd that 11 new
freight schedule will go luto effect ou
nnl ufter December 1st. 1901.
Information In regard to changes In
rates can be obtained at the office of
the company, corner Kort and Queen
C. I.. WIOHT,
199lto Jan. 1 Ireldent.
All persons found trespassing-on the
lands of Hoaeae, Walawa. Walmano
and Manana, In the District of Kwa
Island of Oahu, fenced off from anal
mauka ot the lands of the Oahu Sugar
Company and the Honolulu Plantation
TION CO, LTD.
Notice to Passengers.
On and after December 1st. 1901.
tho following changes In passenger
Company, is hereby strictly forbidden, .tnres will go Into f fleet. lz,
and any person found shooting game cabin rate between Honolulu and
on aboe lands belonalug to the under- Kletde. MhWuv..-IL Wulm.-u Kuncui
signed, will be arrested and prosecuted- Anahola. Klhiuen and Hunalel, on the
according to law
1980-2W M. I
POWER OF ATTORNEY.
Island of Kuual, will be lucrensed from
$0.00 to $7.00.
I Cub 1 11 rates between Honolulu and
Kealakekuu and all ports beyond, lu
the District of Kona, on the Island of
Hawaii, will be lncrcused from $10.00
eyes are weak, put a plnrliof salt In
the water, says Woman's Llhj.
To relict e a sty wet a compress of
During my absence from the Tenl-
tcry, Hurbert Ohniaii, foreman of my to $ll.ui).
shop, will act for me under full ower 1 Cabin rules between Honolulu aud
of attorney. Homiiipo and I'uualiiu, on the Island
Honolulu, T II., Nov. tl, 1901. of lluwull. will be Increased from
K. It. HATH. .fl'.'.UO to fin.mi.
I!'91-lm Plumber. I Deck rates betiw-cn Honolulu and
r the lshind of Kauul will be Incre-abCd
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL. fr(ml ;.oo to $2.;,o.
I Ieek nites between Honolulu and
Night watchmen furnished for bull!- the Island of Hawaii will be Increased
old linen with boiling water and lay cm
the sty. Repeat ever)- mlnftte soerul
times, and do this once an hour as long
113 nmy be necc'snary. (lood sight Is
among the greatest blessings nf llf
nnd It behooves all. for their own sake,
lo take good cure of their eyes.
When ou hnve nothing to do, when
you Hre simply resting, close vour eyes
nnd let them rest also.
Ings, business property and residences.
Iiulldcra will do well to consult Uow
crs In regard to watchmen.
from $2.00 to $3,00.
All special rates, except to cicrgy
,1111 n, will be nbullhhed on the tibcne.
J. K.N'A. President. v
Honolulu, Not ember I. 1901.
INTER ISLAND STEAM
TION CO, LTD.
Notice to 8hlpptrs.
Shippers are hereby nulltVd that
Householder! ' OnMc'im-n ni will find the fcllur on Ihe dining room ta
ble, my wife's Jv;ti In the loft bind divswr drawer and 11 mil nf bllpi lit luy
troiiscrs pocke-t, but 'Hil o.er my d'uel l'dy th.ill ynu rnb tu of nur ei.ik,"
Notice Is hereby given that tbo un
derslirned has been anDolnted Admin-
As long ah the istrator of the Khtate of KAHANA
eyes ar.i onen ttrey are at work, nnd KAHAI.i: (w). deceased, of Waiklkl.
oculists will tellyou that the molstura Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Ttftltory ol "" "nu alter in centner IM. 1SM1. .1
of the closed lids is good for them. '"": U creditors are hereby notl- n'W fnlght schedule will go Into cf
Never nress the eieball Hint Hmiun. "'"'I t0 present their claims, duly an- 'cct.
It and brln , ,m, ! w . thentlcated. and with proper vouch- In formation In regard to the
t.inn premature loss of ,f auy (,xlMi (v,.n fi ,ne cUm ( changes in rafs can be obtained b
",l0"' secured by mortgage upon real estate, calling at the offlce of the rinin.ui'
' to tne at the law office of Messrs. Achl Queen street, Honolulu. J. K.V ,
l'AIN-KII.I.KH, so Justly celebrnted & Johnson, room No. 27. Campbell IWI f I'ntdiSciM
was Introduced to the public about six-- block, npMulrn, In suld Honolulu, with
ty years ago. and now enjoys a popn- In six months from date, or be forever
Inrlty unnitinlled by any other mell- b.irred And nil persons Indebted to
'ine. for the cure of dysentery, rholern 'the said Kstiitii are reciuested to make
uorbus, ilieuniiitlhin, coughs nnd colds, Immediate payment of such Indebted''
senilis, '-urns, etc, it is without in'r.ess to me' at said otllce.
eoual. Sold by all diligglsts. Avoid KAHAl.n,
iiinsiltutcs, there Is but one l'aln-Klll. AdnilnlHtrntor Kbtnte of Kahuna Ka-
:r, rerry l)iils', I'rlre 2.r)C. anil BOc.
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Oenernl bookblndlni:. rullnir. irlldlne.
embossing, mnps. charts and artistic 1
printing nt tho KVKNINO HULi.UTHS I
hale (w), deieased.
Honolulu, October 29th, 1901.
IPSO Pel. 29; Nov. 5, 12, 19.
fhe Evening Diilletln, 76 cent pel
Fine Ice Creams and Water
Chocolate and Confections.
The Finest Resort In the City.
Try our "Elite" Oyster Cocktails.
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