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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T., FRtDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1901.
Keeping up the. nppcarnnco of tho lawn, before tho ROYAL LAWN
MOWER arrived was ono of man's most arduous tasks. The light running
and perfect cutting of this wonderful machlno makes It now a pleasant
duty. Although tho ROYAL doesn't cut much Ice. It's a wonder on grass.
Perfect tunning, ball bearing throughout and easily adjusted.
First cost a llttlo above somo mowers, but saves money nnd good dispo
sitions In tho long run. Oil cans and other accessories furnished with
each machlno without extra charge
Besides tho ROYAL wo have many other makes of mowers, ranging In
prices from $5.00 to $18.00, and have a stock to suit everybody In price and
Grass catchers adjusted to any machine. Call and seo them.
E. O. Hall & Son,
THE MODERN PICTURE.
'Twas Saturday night, and a teacher
Alone, her task pursuing.
She averaged this and she averaged
Of all that her class was doing.
She reckoned percentage so many
And so many girls all counted.
And marked all tho tardy absentees,
And to what all tho absence amount'
Names nnd residences wrote In lull.
Over many columns anil pages;
Canadian, Teutonic. African, Celt,
And averaged nil their ages.
The date of admission of every one.
And cases of flagellation.
And prepared a list of graduates
For the county examinations.
Ucr weary head Bank low on her book,
And her weary heart still lower;
For some of her pupils had lllt(
And sho could not furnish more.
She slept, she dreamed, it seemed she
And her spirit went to Hades,
And they met her there with a quos
Statu what tho per cent of your I
grade Ia7 '
Ages but slowly rolled away.
Leaving but partial traces.
And tho teacher's spirit walked onn
In tho old familiar places.
A mound ot fossilized school reports
Attracted her observation.
As high ns tho Stato House dome, and
As Boston since annexation.
She camo to the spot where they bur
led her bones
And the ground was built over;
nut laborers digging threw a skull
Onco planted beneath tho clover,
A disciple of Galen, wandering by,
' Paused to look at tho niggers.
And plucking tho skull up, looked
through the cyo
And saw It was llncd'wlth figures.
"Just rr I thought," said tho young
"How easy It is to kill 'em!
Statistics ossified every fold
Of tcrebruni and cerebellum."
"It's a great curiosity, sure," said Pat.
"By tho bones you can toll the crea
ture!" "O, nothing strange," said the doctor,
WnH n nineteenth century teacher."
The District Superintendent of La
kana, Slnd, Is engaged In Investigating
a case which possesses an unusual, II
gruesome. Interest. It is belloved
some startling facts will soon como to
light. Tho llttlo sen of a wealthy Ze
mindar near Bubak suddenly disap
peared home time ago. Five days lat
er tho body was t..scovered floating
In tho river anil was Identified by tho
father as being his son's. Thcro wcro
marks on tho neck, duo evidently to
strangling. The story goes that a
wealthy neighboring Zemindar, who
was Buffering from a carbuncle,
having been told by somo knave that
tho flesh and blood of a young boy
could alone euro him. hired a rufllan
to procuro tho required victim. This
Individual ono day finding the boy In
a lonely placo enticed him to his
house. After a day or two. fearing de
tection, ho went to tho father and
told him that If ho mud him Rs. 30J
ho would find his child In tho house
that samo night, provided ho kept tno
doors open. Tho nmictcd rnther
agreed, but tho kldnannor. npprehond
ing that ho might thereby bo entrap
ped, changed his mind nnu strangled
tho poor child. Intending to tako the
body to tho sick Pomlndar, but find
ing It cold and consequently unfit for
tho horrible purpose for which It was
Intended, ho cast It Into tho river.
A CHOICE CHRISTMAS GIFT
la always n perplexing problem that
affects both tho purse and tho Ingenui
ty In taxing measure 'Something
on Ito Ii1i frit, n cnntlnnton nnTirf llii rr
not too expenslvo but that doesn't
Iook cheap." If tyio present is useful, , h"n" s.
too. It adds much to tho value of tho, '
ltt and the romemhranco of tho giver. ',eu Miss Delacllo Harrington was
This for either sex 3 ii question that I pbj.nB ,amI ,, ..T, nulihc8"
Pities most of us nt this season. Qt tUo oia Mary Street theater, Cork.
n ludrlevou3 Incident occurred. Miami
WHY NOT A Tftll FT SFT lias to J11R' Int0 "' Mississippi, but
Hill llll n IU1LLJ J1I hc, JKi, Unrrlnslon leached tho
USEFUL, DURABLE;, TASTEFUL, l, rml,ltco f"' whlch s" d to
nnd as wo sell them l'1'"'' fch haw thc, wns "" nwttrosa
. . n t tvl,rMiiii, . le!ow to itcclvc her; ulso the ledge of
: not E.rchsivE, . 1()tI. la (rout ot uj0 8pl,08C(1 rVCI
Wo hao thorn in all varieties. Dan- was too low to conceal tho actiess nt
ty BRUSHES for ladles lliigcrrt ar.il ttr tha leap. MUs Harrington, how
engthy arks; MILUAitY "RUHHLU 0V3r nothing daunted, took her leap,
l.i I in uUjmal. Bit,' 1 1 A n.' Il linfll?'4 ' D I,
d.3' abVe' o -' tho' ler , e
COMBS, tho oldest and perhaps nost
nercspary of all toilet articles.
IN EilONOID, with or without iter
ling silver Initial plates mid mount-,
ings, ull valua.do. ranging lu prlco
Prom $1 50 tne Set.
I.N "COSMUON." tho now matorlal,
oxidized or blight, engraved In taste
ful designs.' Tho brushes nnd combs
nro light, unbrenlcnblo and tho motnl
will never tarnish. Tnoy aro enslly
cleaned, another desideratum In theso
Hobron Drag Co
KING AND FORT.
London. Nov. 22. The most Impor
tant position In tomorrow's edition of
ino bpecinior will be occupied by n
discussion oi n proposal mat Ureal
Britain mould give Its formal ndho
ruuu to me Monroo doctrine. Tun
apecinior will say; "it America will
uenno mo .Monroe uocinne, wliy
ouuiiid wu not pledge ourselves not
in liurlnge upon nT When wo huu
aiKiiunieiiiso inls doctrine America
jng.it propose it to tnc rest ot tno
powers Kir indorsement. It snu did
mo pattern count narilly rcluse. Il
tticy iiducred, niclr ailnercnrc would
bo of great use, not only to America,
uui to inv cause oi peace, tor It would
eliminate a great many ot tnc notumo
causes! war. It tnc Monroo doctrino
tiocaiuc part of the puu.ic law- ot tno
clvilzed world, iJe risk of a war
breaking out with regard to European
intcncrcnco in Brazil or Spanish
America, now always a possibility,
it'ouid tnen pass away.
'T'osslbly no other power but (Heat
Britain would at first bo willing to
rccognizo me Monroe doctrine as lima-
ing. liven so, it wouui be worm our
wuilo to pledge ourselves to respect
it, tor wo never mean to nttack that
doctrine, nnd sooner or later our ux
jmplo will probably bo followed by
The Spectator will also approve tbu
canal treaty, and in another article on
decretory llay'H foreign policy the pa
per will say; 'no country In thu
world can show two greater or worth
ier statesmen than rresldent Roose
velt and Secretary Hay."
Tho Saturday Review, sneering at
.Mr. Ilny's "unctuous aphorisms" and
"platitudes of universal amity." wig
bestow a pago on "Lord Lansdownni
Retreat." and says: "Wo aro puttlnft
.ho futuro canal unreservedly Into
tho hands ot the United StatcB of the
luturo which will develop In a start
ling manner tho imperialistic extrava
gances of today without consulting
In tho smallest degree the Interests oi
(ho rest of tho world, which aro lntl
inatoly bound up with our own In this
Tho Saturday Review will affirm
that Lord Lansdowno hns "cynically
retreated from tho position as trustee
of the civilized world whlo wo assum
ed even under tho Ilay-Paunccfotn
convention, nnd thrown tho whole sub
ject of contention Into the nands oi
unscrupulous opponents to deal with
as they think jit."
PRESIDENTS' HEAD ON STAMP.
If President McKlntcy's portrait Is
put on ono of tho postago stamps of
this country, as despatches from Wash
ington have said Is likely to bo done in
case tho Post Office Department brings
out a now Issue, his portrait will be the
ninth ot a President to be used In that
As the regular series of stamps, ex
eluding thu Columbian, Trans-Mlsslssl
ppl and Pan-American Exposition Is
sues, has now been In circulation with
only slight changes In watermarks and
tho like since 1S90, n change ot some
sort Is expected soon by philatelists.
Ever since Uncle Sam's Post Office
began making stamps In 1817 or thcro-
nbotits, the fncu of Washington has ap
peared on one of tho stamps In every Blul dlPatcli and will not remain at
ugular Issue and with n single execp. "J1" nort n,oro tnan slx houl' l,a' "r
tlon on a stamp of low value and gen-)1 c'1(ctll for tl0 abovu EalllnB mll8t
eral use. Ilenjamln Franklin's faco'bo purchased at tho ciftlcu of tho un
has always adorned postage stamps ol derslgned not later than Monday. De
low value and has thus hecomo faml- comber 9th. Tho Compnny will not
liar to people who send or receive Ict
tcrs ever slnco 1847.
Presidents other than Washington
whoso faces havo appeared on the
stamps are: Jefferson, Jackson, Car
field. (Irant, Madison nnd Taylor.
Of the stamps of higher values tho1
t--tKuit.Bi!i. sunup now Dears Bticrnian j
picture tho ton-cent Webster's, tho
fifteen-cent Clay's, tho thirty-cent
Jefferson's, tho flfty-ieut Jefferson's,
tlio dollar stamp Perry s, the two dol
' lar Madison's nnd tho live-dollar Mar-
. ' " '!" '" " lro
stage. Tho situation struck a inemucr
of the "goilr," for a stentorlnn voice
called nut: "Orh, be j.ibcis, 'tis fro
zen!" London Chronicle
M4gninos hound by tho EVEN I
New ivinn of OnJm
Conpl i ffcm G'JV.nun.-it Surv.yt 4n4 Cht-t.
fi tolSu .r Ham tlons, Callwjv, nJ 'itvt
H. Ijb'r tire 1MH Mtl l Sk .lCHI
wlih art), c cli r nz i nt mriurtlnj,, m.k
ni v-ry tlif tf 4- w II 3 orn-m.',l w lnij
Tur PPIC8 "' THI MAI' IS i" . C'ri , '1,
bt obi ln "J Irtin
JV;. T T'Yt'1".
P. O. llort I J iJ Uu.MIiie, II n .luim
,.rHAllA.S CW i ll, ITIl
Weather Bureau, 1'unahon. Decem
ber 0. Tcmpcrnturo Morning mlnl
mum, 72; Midday maximum, 79.
Barometer nt 9 n. m. 2U.93. railing.
Dew Point 62F.
Humidity nt 9 a. m. 99 per cenL
Diamond Head Signal Station, De
cember C Weather hazy; wind fresh
Thursday, Dee, S.
Am. bk. Olympic, Olbbs, from Hnn
Bchr. Wnlalua, Johnscn, from sea lo
Friday, Dec. 6,
Sir. Mauna Loa. Slmersan, from
Knu. Kona and Maul ports.
Str. Walaleale. l'lltz. from Kauai
Str. James Makcc, Tullctt, from
Thursday, Dec. 5.
Schr. Kawallanl, for Koolau ports.
Str. Mlkahala. Orcgory, for Eleclo,
Makawcll, Wnlmca nnd Kcknha, and
mnll and passengers only for Koloa.
Schr, Charles L. Woodbury, Harris,
Schr. Walalun, for Kahulul.
From Kona ports and Maul, per str.
Mauna Loa, Dec. C Ng Hlni. Mrs. Ah
Illne, V. A. Wall, Mrs. .1. Dc Mello.
Frnnk (Ireenwell, Mis. McQueen nnd
6 children, E. Todd, A. Todd, M. A.
nrown, Mr. Nnkashlmn, S. K. Kotil
liala, .1, Kaulhala, T. Aklonn, Mrs. J.
Clonics, W. A. Allen, W. W. Boyd, J.
Hogan, J. McQueen. Mrs. Wnltcrs. Mist
Dalnbrldgo, Mrs. Hoomlslui mid 2 chil
dren and 57 on deck.
POMPADOUR IS PASSING.
The pompadour has lost tho vogue
that mado it for the last three years
the most popular lorm of coiffure. It
Is still the fashion most frequently
seen, but It has received Its death'
blow, says the New York Sun.
There are various reasons tor tho de
cline of' tho fashion. With straight.
hair It was always Impossible. It
needed the waves which, If they are
not supplied by nature, must bo got
from the hairdresser.
This process of artificial undulation
was destructive to the hair. Now the
effects of tho continual burning result'
Ing from It aro said to havo become
so apparent that half of the modish
women In Paris arc wearing Imitation
These Imitation affairs are rarely
able to deceive anybody. They usually
look wiggy from the other side of a
room in spite of the nitlstlc way In
which they aro worn
They arc, of course, fitted over tho
brow and tho linen or, which they aro
made Is very likely to bIiow, It It is
not visible. It will nt least give the
hair drawn back from it a look of
something that Is not nature.
Tne suustiiuies, even wnen mey
wcro artistically mingled with the mi-
tural hair, were the beginning of tho
end. The pompadour was doomed
from the time they were first used.
Now it is settled that the mode will
go altogether to soon as the women of
Paris have hair enough to.return to the
bang or fringe of old which Is said to
be the fashion of the near future.
Notice Is hereby given that Mr. Thco.
F. Lansing has been appointed agent
for the Trustees of Gear. Lansing &
Co. W. O. SMITH.
S. E. DAMON,
W. II. I1AIRD,
A. V. 0 EAR.
T. F. LANSINO,
Honolulu, November 5th, 1901.
Intending passengers by thu sti-aiii
or Sonoma, leaving Honolulu for San
Francisco on December 10th, aro horo
by notified that tno above mentioned
steamer will bo given quickest pos-
guarantco to recclvo baggago after the
arrival ot tho steamer, nor to arrango
transportation after ibo auovu date.
WM. O, IRWIN & CO.. LTD..
2012-3t Oeneral Agents O. S. S. Co.
-..,.,,,- ,- ..
I. M. LONG Rooms 1,
bldg.; Tel. Main 278.
F. M, BROOKS Attorney; rooms 9-10,
Spreckols bldg.; Tel. Main 344.
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kaa
humnnu St.; Tel. 81 Mnln.
A. G. CORREAi Attornoy at law; 5S
Merchant St., noxt to pustoirtco; Tel.
C. A. COWAN 1186 Union St., opp.
Pacific Club; sundries, etc.
McDOMALD O. LANC3TON Contract
ors nnd Ilulldnri; 1US l'n'on St.
PACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO.
l'lno carriages, wagons, harness
nnd whirs; nero'nnl.i near Kort St.
THf KAH CO., LTD. Two slovei
oiot ir'p st. nnil cor. Fort f Hotel
'OLLEPTIONS AND ADJUSTMENT
H. O. MIDDLEDITf.H Mer.: Com
meroM I aw nnd Adl'isment Acen
ri" rnnms 10-10 Tnoon hid. il 358.
DP. PFnnY Fort nnd Ho'ol Rts,: iras
nilmlnlsteied; palnles oxtractlns.
FQR RBN T
One year with prlvllcgo
LarKc New Seven Bed
koom Mouse, - - -
Corner of King nnd Pllkol.
Has fine collar, garret,
servants' house, etc., etc.
$75 A MONTH.
Three Bedroom House
'next above, on Pllkol St.
$45 A MONTH.
Superb New Houses,
comfortable, attractive. In
plan. Location Wilder
Avenue, ixinau, Lunnlllo,
MAKE U8 AN OFFER.
TERM8 VERY EASY.
Henry Waterhouse & Co.
STOCK, BOND AND
REAL ESTATE BROKERS.
FORT AND MERCHANT 8TREET8.
TEL. MAIN 313.
UK. C. D. HIGH 1'hlla. Dental Col
legu '92; Masonic Tcmplo; Tel. 310,
DR. Q. W. RAYMOND Room 3, Mott
Smith btdg.; hours 8 n. m. to 4 p. m.
DR. T. MOTONAQA 40 Bcrctnnta St.;
unite hours 8 a. m. to 4 p. in.
W. L. FLETCHER Importer cbolco
dress patterns, flno linens, while
goods, laces and trimmings, Rich
nrds near Hotel St.
W. BEAKBANE Cara engraving and
stamping; room 2, - .to bldg
E. TAPPAN TANATV Civil nnd elec
trical engineer: P. O. box 92; arflco
room 3, Sprcckels blk.; To). 791
Ulna; res.. 3441 Illue.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
Main 58 Main.
J. H. LOVE, Mor.
NIEPER'8 BAGGAGE EXPRESS 722
Kort St.; Tel. Wnltc hi and Mam
C. A. 3CHMIEDTE
nnd drayago: Tel.
GOEA8 Ileretanla near Emma
Tel. 2312 Hlue.
8, J, 8ALTER Successor to Salter &
Walty; 712 Fort St., Orpheum blk.;
Tel. C81 Illue.
F. AVEIROS Groceries;
Walklkl of Emma St.
HARNES8 AND SADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNESS CO. Corner Fort
and King Sts.; Tel. Main 228, P. O.
CALIFORNIA HARNE8S CHOP Fort
St.. opp. Club Stables; P. O. box 791.
REIS & QUINN Merchant St., near
Fort.; Tel. 290 Main.
HAIRDRE88INQ AND MANICURING.
MI8S M. E. WYNN Richards near
Hotel St.; halrdresslng, shampoo,
manicuring; Christmas novelties In
Hawaiian curios; 'iel. 521 Bluo.
TH08. LIND8AY Mfg. Jeweler nnd
watchmaker; 530 Fort St.; Lovu
bldg.; Christmas novelties.
GEO. HAFFNER Mfg. Joweler; 1113
Alakea St., Masonic icrapic.
HAWLEY'8 MILLINERY PARLORS
Tho latest In millinery, etc.; Boston
bldg.: Tel. 2C4 Main.
MR8. HANNA Port St., next to I.ovo
bldg.; cholco lino ot new millinery,
trimmings, etc.; agent for Buttcrlck
PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER.
V. H. POULSEN minting nnd paper
hanging; Territory Stables, King St.
DR. SLOGGETT Eye. Ear. Noso and
Thoat; offlco at Eyo and Ear Infirm-1
nry, Alakea St. Hours 9 n. ni. to
4 p. m.
DR. FRED. W. HODGIN8 Eye. Eur,
Noso and Throat onlv; otTIco Alakea
St.. lately occupied bv Dr. Murray;
olllco hours 9 a. m. to I p. m.
DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRANDE 248
lteronnln Ave: Tel. Ilim 8?1.
C. H. BROWN Sanllnrv plumbing;
Teirllory Stables, King St.; Tol,
C. E. MOORE CO. Tlenl estate nnd
collections, room lo, Mclntvro bldg.;
P. O. box fi(3, Tel. Main 315.
M. a. 81 LV A Agent for real ostato
nlvo to grant marring) licenses;
68 Mcrchnnt St.; Tel. Main 115.
P, E. R. STRAUOH Real estate hand
led In best ndvnntnco; houses rent
ed: loans negotiated: houses hnllt
at lowest prices; 38 Campbptl block,
4lfi Fort St : Tel. Whlto 278.
MRS. L LFHMFR Steno-rnnliv nnd
tvnowiltlnir; Hon. Investment Co.
AMY I FMMOM uienoTin'iv and
t'pn"'rfln it 1'inhnminii Ht,
, P PODPCSUFS "nrchxn il(ir;
"" l-'oit St. mm. i.nekfeld litdf.
IfpriTP r"AMFFt Tnitorlni' and
I i-millrii l'nlnn wir 1WM Bt,
CD. A WILIIAM Hnilnrtx'-or nnd
n.ilnlmnp, r-nrf RtM nnn Plil l-i,
!.!. 'Pol f.lp- vnq 14B9 "'hlto.
I. W. A PFpwoilop roMi nnd
rbrnnniiieter mnkcr: 79 Merchant St.
tf THIS WEEK
Aas. In tins column will D msciiud
at 15 cents a line one Insertion; 25
centa two Insertions; 30 cents one
week; 40 cent two weeks, and 60
cents one month. This It the cheapest
advertising ever offend tne people cf
SPECIAL NOTICES. ,
PRACTICAL knowledgo of Ocrman
In three months. Address Dox 640.
HOI AND COLD BATHS at. tho Silent
Dnrbcr Shop. Everything strictly
up to dato; now and clean. Just
what you'ro looking for. 1991-ltn
NOTICE TO BUILDERS The Union
Express Co. has WHITE aAND FOR
WANTED SOU men la shavo for 15c.
Jeff's. 43 King St.: fivo white bar
WANTED Cool, airy room on or near
Transit line, Wall....i Alapal St.; ac
commodation for horso and car
riage. Address "Room," Bulletin of
WANTED Position In office by young
man; understands typewriting. Ad
dress It. E. L.. Bulletin office.
WANTED Two rooms wholly or part
ly furnished, mauka ot King St. and
Walklkl or Alapal St. Address Y.,
this office, 2009-lw
WANTED A position by young lady
nccustomed to office work; refer
ences given. Address J. L., this office
WANTED Whlto servant for general
housework. Apply 1148 Wilder Ave,
near Pllkol. 1998-lm
WANTED To sell Diamond and Opnl
Rings, in tho latest styles. Watches
rnnpn,i hv n inwin, f ?ir, ,..
experience. Q. DIETZ. Fort street.
near Hotel. 1808-tf
ROOM AIND BOARD.
THE LOS ANGELES 1523 Fort St.;
newly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof: terms reasonable 1930-tt
FOR 8ALE A gentlo driving horse,
suitable for a lady to drlvo; perfect
ly sound. Inquire W, W. WrlghL
FOR SALE A Mallet & Davis piano.
In good condition; cheap; parties
about to muvo away. Audrcss W. J
this office. 2009-lw
FOR 8ALE Coral rock for filling. Ad-'
tlroBS R. M. Duncan, at Bulletin of
FOR SALE Ono surrey, top road wng-
on nnd single harness, at a bargain
Apply 1252 Young St, 2008-lw
FOR 8ALE A first-class lodging
house, very cheap; part cash, part
mortgago. Address IC, this office
PURE Whlto Leghorn Chickens and
Egcs (guaranteed). Samples of
birds at California I'ced Co.'s, where
customers may obtain inlormatlon,
E. C. Smith, Pearl City. 1990-tf
FOR SALE Carrlago and saddle
horses. Apply at 307 Htangenwnld
FOR SALE Flno family horse buggy
nnd harness. For prlco nnd partic
ulars seo Chas. Bcllma, Club buibles.
1 392-1 m
STEAM LAUNCH FOB SALE-r-Thu
"Tnlula." as Hhe now lies In the lur
bor. She Is n nearly now boat, In
perfect working otner, and has lieun
of Into used In towing at Kahulul
harbor. W. H. I'alu.
FOP. SALE Cheair; one mule, two
double drays and one n-horsepower
piy to ,. iiairisM Jim to., uownio.
FOfl SALE Fivo lots on Vnnoa road,
near carj. Three lots nlijnlnlns res-
deuco or H. S. Townscnd. Esq.; two
lots In lino with resldenco of A. W.
Mayor. Esq. Theso lots aro 100x200
foot, commanding flno vlnw over
looking Cnllego Hill tract nnd pro
tected from winds of Manon. For
further particulars apply lo Charlos
Phillips, Merchant St. 003 lm
TO LET Two cottages, central loca
tion; also 1 largo lurnlsncd house
ana one small turmsned cottage;
also lodging houso lurmturo for sale,
easy terms, low rent. J. W. l.ake,
1288 Fort St., Star block. 2012-tt
lO LET Large and cool lront room,
newly furnished,-ono or iwo gentle
men, private tamlly. vineyard, cor.
TO LET One 7-room cottage situated
on Quarry St., ono 4-room cottago
on Vineyard St. Apply J. Silvia, ICI
nau St. . 2008-tt
TO LET Furnished rooms, also dou-
bio parlors. Mrs. Jcus, 1385 Here-
lama, cor. Kceaumoku.
TO LET Furnished rooms for house
keeping; also one-room coltnge.tNo.
SOD. Cottago Walk. School ML
TO LET Now flvo-room cottago
Matlock Ave. Apply to Q. II. Ber
ry, next door. 2005-tf
CHEAPEST .furnished room In town,
$8. 53 Vlneynrd bt below Nuuanu.
TO LET Six room house. P. W. C
$15; near School and Nuuanu; 6
room houso. 110.50, King St., Pa
lama. P, E. R. Strauch, 38 Camp
boll blk., 31C Fort bt. . 2004-2w
to let two Btorcs on union St, op
poslto tho Pacific Club. Apply to
McDonald & Langstnu, contractors,
11 88 Union St., opposite Adams lane,
TO LET A large, sunny lront room
In n private family; mauka Thomas
Square; hot and cold water: electric
lights; possession given Oct. 15th.
Addross A! B. C P. O. box 572.
clv Dni- n-r-rne i..i,i,.i e
8IX-ROOM COTTAGE, Punchbowl St.,
modern improvements. Apply to
A. Q. Cunha, 2d houso abovo Mor
mon Church. 1991-lm
FOR RENT A largo hnli in tho Wav"
crlcy block, suitable tor lodges, so
cieties, etc., furnished or unfurnish
ed. Apply to A. V. Oear. 1976
LOST In tho central part ot town on
Saturday, black purse, containing
money. Reward Bulletin office
STOLEN A Sterling blcyclo, No. 971,
with cyclometer (glass broken),
from Stangcnwald bldg. Return to
Bullet In and get reward. 2000-tf
STRAYED Three red nnl whlto hom
ing pigeons, silver bands mound leg.
Reward given If returned to Prlnco
FOUND On Young St. near Thomas
Square a blcyclo. Owner may havo
samo by paying ror ad. aud proving
property. Call American Htnblcs,
Richards St. 2011-lw
FOUND A purso containing a sum of
money. For particulars' call at tho
pollco station. -v. 1980-tt
Carter Facto and Superstitions.
A young girl, blushing faintly, re
marked lit u theatrical performance the
other night about thu garter ot a pale
bluo ulllt that a dancer wore below hor
"It Is' had luck," she slid, "to wear
one's garters In that way. It Is ulso
untidy, hut principally It is bad luck,
nnd I, for my part, would not do It.
It Is also bid luck to wear white gar
tersthey signify death and yellow
enci signify Jealousy and lovo troubles.
Cat tcrs tied In a truo lover's knot are
tho most fortunate ones, and If they
nro Jeweled tlmt makes them still more
foitunatp. Susncniicd garters have no
bad luck attached to them, but they
nro ot Very pretty. After tho true
w(h R goM lnrta( a tho ,lc,.csti My
own gaitors ulwiiys match my stock-
Jugs, hut you could novcr induce mo to
V;car Blockings of whlto or yellou."
It cost Mr. Jerome ?C0 to bo elect
ed and Mr. linger o00ft to bu defeat
ed. This Is another uvldenro that It
pays to ho on thu winning sde Now
65 Queen St.
: OP :
ON SATURDAY, DEO 7th,
AT IS? O'CLOCK NOON,11
I will sell at Public Auction, a PINB
SURREY with polo and lufta. Also
ONE PONY CART, IIOK3H AND
On Saturday, December 7th,
,AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesrooms, for account of
whom It may concern, 200 Balos (mora
or less) Al HAY In perfect order.
JAS F. MORGAN.
On Tuesday, December II,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
In front of my salesroom, 65 Queen
street, Honolulu, I will sell at Public
Auction, without reserve, the balance
of carriages of the Honolulu Stock
Yards Company, Limited, comprising:
1 now Studcbakcr Wagonette, capac
ity 10 passenger. This Is now and Is
sultablo for livery trade.
1 New Courtland Surrey.
1 Second-hand Surrey.
1 Second-hand Hack.
1 Steel-tiro Phaeton.
I Breaking Cart.
1 Low-wheel Bubby.
l lllgh-wnecl Buggies.
All to bo sold at any price.
Jas. P. Morgan,
Big Auction Sale
FERNS AND PLANTS
ON TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At my salesroom, 05 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction a largo and
cholco assortment of various Maiden
hair Ferns, Assorted Palms, Hanging
Baskets, Plants, Etc., Etc.
Jus. F. Morgan,
Nice Cottage on Emma Square,
Parlor, '- .
Rent $37.50 per month.
Possession ntven December 1st.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
85 Qupn Si
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