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EVEliXO AUIAETIN, HONOLULU, T. I!., Fit! DAY, SKIT. 23, li04
It Will Improve Your Game
The "neumatlc Oolf Hall Is tne only ball made thai combines
great liveliness oft tlio wood atlJ Iron clubs with reliability In ap
proaching and putting, Experts agree that, In adopting rubber
cored balls, distance was gained onl nt the cost of accuiacy In tho
Horaco Hutchinson, tho English authority on golf, In a recently
published nrtlclo on tho rubber IVIed ball, says' "Tho truth li that
you do not want a lively ball foi approaching and putting; you do
not want n ball that runs far oft the pitch, nor one that Is easily dis
placed by llltlo roughnesses of fie ground,"
THAT'3 WHY YOU WANT THE PNEUMATIC.
While as lively as tho llv.'lleU for tho long game, It pitches
dead on approach shots; does m,t hop and shy nt slight uncrvnness
of the putting greens; does not "gobblo" nor Jump out tho cup. It
The first time you try to put tt you play short. That Is because
you hnve been playing n ball that Is uver-sensltlvc nt tho surface.
. it Is this slowness In puttlrg that makes the ball so deadly accurate.
You will see on n moment's reflection that It Is easier to calcu
late and control a strong putting tiol.e than nn nver-dellcato one.
Once you recognize the advaningo of this quality, a little prac
tice puts you right.
l'ncumatlcs nro guaranteed not to cut. We have n lot of these
balls, fresh from factory, which v nio selling at 50o each, or $5.00
per doz. Try them.
E. O, HALL & SON, Limited.
NEW TO-DAY'Ruiim 0o Trial.
Of Valuable Real Estate
SITUATE ON &
Union Street arid Adam's Lane i
IN THE DISTRICT OF HONOLULU, j
ISLAND OF OAHU, TEHRI
TORY OF HAWAII.
Pursuant to n decree- made by the'
Honorable J. T. Do Holt. Flint Judgu
of tho Circuit Court or the llrst Ju
dicial Circuit. Territory or Hawaii, ill
rd on the 23rd day (it August, A D.
11)01, In n cause entlih'd J.OllSA 1.
1.AINK. l'inlntirf. vs. XI. I). MONSA1I
ItAT. Till! I'lltST AMERICAN SAV
INOS & TRUST COMPANY OI' HA
WAII. LIMITED, a corporation, CAL
VIN E. CAMP. WAI.Ti:it HOFFMAN,
nnd TUB I'lltST NATIONAL HANK.
OI' HAWAII AT HONOLULU, n cor I
jioratlmi, Defendants. Hill to l'oro-1
(Iopo n Mortgage, Equity Division No.
1417: thn unilrhli?npil. a C.im
Hlntier duly appointed, will expose for
Kale at Public Auction, to tho highest
bidder, subject to conflimntlon by tho
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th,
A. D. 1904,
At 12 o'clock Noon of said Day,
nt tho rnnuUa (front) piitinnco of tho
Judiciary Dulldlng, In Honolulu, Isl-j
nnd of Onhu, Territory or Hawaii, all'
tho right, title and Interest or tho
Mortgagor, M. I). Monrnrrnt, In nnd to
ho following described property, to
wit: All thnt certain parcel of land situat
ed on Union Stieet and Adams l.nim
In said Honululu, and bounded as fol
Commencing nt the mnlcal south
corner ur this lot on Northwest side nf
Union Street Joining A. Adams' prem
ises on mjkal and running:
N. 28' 30 K. 1 chain, 29 8-12 root
along Union Street to mniika E.
comer of this lot; thence,
N. 29 30' W. 13 10-12 feet to niniika
Noith corner (bend) of UiIb lot;
lncnc- C Percy Jlorte, tho general freight
t B. 78 15 W. 1 chain 37 feet aloug nBcnt 0f the Amcrlcnn-Huwallan steam
Union Street nnd Northwest bj,U Company, has received notlflcatlou
boundary of this lot to makal 0f the arrival of tho steamship Arl
West corner at Mrs. DowsettV znnlan at Delawaro Ilreakwator yes
dwelllug houso lot; thence, 'terday. The Arlronlan made tho voy
.S. 49 30' E. 1 chain -12 3.12 feet ago from Hllo In socnty days. She
along Mrs. Dowsetfs and Alex, has on board 11,239 tons of Hawaiian
Adams' lots to placo of coin- sugar, which reaches the market nt I
nicnccmcnt, Including an area of fnth- very favorable time.
cms 1C4, feet 7"; and being the same,
premises that were, conveyed to M. D. REAL E8TATE TRANSACTIONS.
Monsarrat by James I. Dowsett by
deed dated March 1st, 1882, and i-
corded In tho Keglster's OMlco In said
Honolulu, In Liber 72, pago 202.
TERMS OP SALE AIIE CASH IN
V. S. (IOI.D COIN; DEED AT EX
I'ENSE OF PURCHASE!!. 1'or fur
ther particulars Impilro of Messrs.
KINNEY, McCLANAHAN & COOPEIl
nt their offlccs. Rooms 302-305 In Judd
Dulldlng on Tort Street, Honolulu, T
II., or to the undersigned at his office
in tho Judiciary Ilulldliig.
P. D. KELLETT, JR.,
Dated at Honolulu, Oahu, AugiiBt
lly order of tho Honorablo J. T. Do
HOLT, Klrst Judgo of tho Circuit
Court of tho First Circuit, made nnd
filed on tlio 31st day of August, 1901,
SALE 1IA8 I1EEN POSTPONED
Until NOON on SATURDAY, SEP
TEMI1ER 21th, 1904.
P. D. KELLETT, Jr..
Dated at Honolulu, Oahu, August
Do Not Be Deceived
By a few mnpl?. Anyone enn buy snmplca,
tout It l not every one cn do you koocJ vorlc.
We buy our mnterlfil tit wIioIchhIo prices thcrc
fore can jjlve you the best work ct the lovet
prices. Get our prlce nnd compare tliem vlth
othor. No churgo for cxnmlndtlons and an
estimate of your vorlc. Lady Attestant.
THE EXPERT DENTISTS,
OUR, 1 to 5; Sundays, 9 to 12.
lVice2'Srfil a 55
There wings will ruppott 200
lbs. in the water and ate fast
taktrg: the p:aec oi the iwim
Weather llureau Offli e,
Sept J3, 1901.
Temperatures G a. m 75: S a. m
SO; 10 n. m., SI; noon, si; morning
Harometer at S u. m , 29 97; absolute
humidity, S a. in., C.MS grains per cu-
I. In r..nt. ,n1.l, ., I.,, ...I. It... C rt ... l! I
, uii iiiui, iwiuiitt; uiiimiiii , 4 u. III., ui
per cent.; new point, !s n. m., ,
Wind 0 a. m., velodty 2, direction
S.; 8 a. m velocity I, direction N.U.;
10 a. in., velocity fi, direction N.K.:
noun, eIoclty S, direction N.C
Italnfnll during 21 hours ended 8 a.
Total wind movement dm lug 21
horns ended at noon, 122 miles.
ALEX. M'C. ASHLEY,
Section Director, U. S. Weather
SUGAR CARGO ARR1YES
Entered for Record Sept. 22, 1904,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
J K Makla (k) et al to Al D
L II Dee by mtgeo to S M Damon
ft nl d
Ulshop of Zeugma to Hop Sing Co..L
Wing Sing Wo Co to Lcong Sura.. US
V Sllva and wf to Sam'l Savidge....I)
Sam'l Savldgo to Cnroliiic K Sllva.. D
Myrtlo E Sturgeon and hsb to Trent
& Co M
Chilstlna Hutchison to 11 Y Trcven-
Nutona and wf to Isaac 1. Cocliett. . .D
Entered for Record Sept. 23, 1904,
From 9 a, m. to 10:30 a. m.
Est of W L Wilcox by oxor to Albort
Wnterhouse et al U
Est of W L Wilcox by exor to Albert
Waterhouso et al I)
Est of W L Wilcox by exor to Albort
Waterhouso et al 1)
Albert Watei house et nl to Trs of W
inert watei nouse eta to Trs or W
p I imnliln t,'t t
t Lunalllo I-.st . . M
Will be discussed and .11 their most
udSBulP nd '" SAT
UKDAY 8 BULLETIN
By MR. DOOLEY.
t aia w m rswr ni ir r rr-
IT'S IN TOWNllSHiTPlNfi INTELLIGENCE
GORDON DRY GIN
Is litre and can be had at all First Class
bats anJ hotels. 'I rv It and be convinced
of Its merits. We respectfully call your
attention to the olliclal analysis on the
back of the bottle. This gin Is strictly
pure and free from fusel oil an J we tale a
prIJe In resetting it tj the public, with
the assurance that It will meet with uni
Ask For II
Sole Distributers for Territory of Hawaii.
TEL. MAIN 140 93 &. 95 KINO ST.
P. C BOX 785
NEW - TODAY
CARD OF THANKS.
1 desire to express my heartfelt
thanks and deep appreciation to tho
many friends who extended sympathy
and assistance during the Illness nnd
at the death of my husband, Captain
2S77-1t MRS. A(1NE3 CAMHHON.
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO COMPANY.
WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
We make n specialty of handling tho
best Manila cigars: La Coustancla, Ln
Insula and 1'lor do la Isnbela.
i:VA COIt. KING and llETHKL STS.
At the annual meeting of Kct On l'ul
Knu Association, held on Septomber
Pith. J9'H. the following ofllccrs wero
duly elected to serve for tho ensulns
M. C. Amana President
VA W. Ahana Vice President
H. Slnp Foo! English Sec'ty
Geo Took Sam ...Chinese Sec'ty
Y. Anln Treasurer
Ki Chong Ant. Treasurer
Lam Ged Chu and Chang Yes
II. SINO TOOK,
!S77-3t English Secretary.
Is the best tlmo
of tho year to
On 10 different days In
September nnd 8 In October
Santa Fe agents In California
will sell tickets to
ST.LOUIS and return at $67.50
CHICAGO and return at $72.50
and to Now York, lloston,
Philadelphia and Washington
at very low intes.
September tickets good 90days
for returning, October tickets
good until Dec. 31st.
Come hack n different way
If you wish ami stop oft
He suro to
VISIT GRA'D CANYON
going or returning and
bear In mind that
SANTA F IS THE WAY
Information, tickets, etc., ftnni
SANTA FE AGENT,
For Want Column See Page Six
, M'wn 0 rnnm rutlntniu lvnlln rno,l w-nl.
klkl; $15 per mouth.
Apply J. 11.
Craig, Union St.
On Thursday, Sept. 22d, n bunch ot
keys: Finder will pleaso return
same to H. II. Williams, 1112 Fort St.
The BUSINESS MAN'S MANnv iu
qex i.iih.j ,L - . j
' . ' PublI,lled In the Saturday Bull
n lnd th, wky Edt(Jn( J,yM f
iuih.iib ana comniere resume of
aai notict. r-ii (..j... i..j
m.ntt bulldIn9 p,;,to"d". ',"".
Uln"M" Evening Bulletin.
7S cents nep msnlh. w..t,iu o..n..,
2J HOTEL ST., opp Yon-la HoUl
I . 1 1 I Si r , i
2 I . -.. 5 -1 i3
iSli ' ."rfirir
ll .1 a, p n i m.
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I IT I,! I Jt 6 If J A
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5' 1.4, I 'T l TIO Cf
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Hill moon Sept. 24 nt 7; IS n. in.
Tides from th? United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides nfKahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that ot the meridian ot 167.30. Tho
timo whistle blows at 1:30 p. a., wMo
Is the eanio as Greenwich, Ofa 0m.
Thursday, Sept. 22.
Am. lik. IMunrd Mny, Hanson, 20
days from San Francisco. I
Stinr. J. A. Cummins, Scarle, from
Friday, Sept. 23. I
O. S. 3. Alanicdu, Dowdcll, from San
Francisco, at 7:15 a. m.
Stmr, Nocau, Petersen, from Knual
ports, at 1:1" a. m.
U. S. S. Iroquois, Klblack, from Mid-1
wny Island, nt 7:30 a. m.
C. A. S. S. Manukn, I'hllllps, from'
Vniuouvcr and Victoria, at 1:30 p. in.
Thriicdny, Sept. 22.
Stmr. Mlkahala, Gregory, for Kauai
Schr. Hclene, Thompson, for Saji
Schr. Robert lowers, Underwood, for
Stmr. N'llhau, W. Tlmniphon, for
FrMuy, Sept. 23.
Stmr. .Manna l.oa, Slinerton, foi
Maul, Konn and Knu ports, nt 12 in.
Stmr. Maul. Dennett, for Kanalhac,
Puako, Miihuliona, I'aauhau, Kukaluu,
Ookala, I.uupahochoc and l'apnaloa;
mall and pnstcngcro for Lahalna, Ma
alnea and Hllo, nt 5 p. in.
From San I'ranvlsco, per S. S. Ala.
meda, Sept. 23. C. Ualley, O. N. llatih
elder, Mrs. Ilateheldcr, .Mrs. V. V. Our
ter ami child, Master V. Carter, Mas
ter S. Carter, K. V. C'liurihoiise. C.
Clifford, Mrs. Clifford and Miss Clif
ford, a uu itoi, i-:. uaic, c s. Hail,
Mrs. i:. It. Hamilton, S. F. Hunt, J. H.
James, Mis. V, 1". Johnstone, Mrs. C
King nnd child, T. J. King. i:. A. Kiiud
(in, Mrs. (1. Kock, Miss H. Lloyd, I)r
T. Motonagn, II. Ollffe, .Miss I'ctnrs, It
W. I'urvls, ilrs. I'urvls mid two child
reu, J. S. Iloss, Mrs. J. U. Sammons,
A. W. Taylor, Ur. J. M. Whitney, Mrs.
Whitney, .Miss A. Wilcox, K. It. (1
Wntlaie, Miss I'erry.
From Knual ports, per stmr. Noeau,
Sept. 23. Mrs. Kanewanul, Mr. Siott
mid C deck.
For Maul, Konn and Knu ports, per
stmr. Mauna Lcm, Sept. 23. Mr. Klnt
kake, .Mrs. II. I. Ilaldwln, Mrs. llelo
lulil, M. L. Gordon, Mrs. Jano Curtis,
Mrs. .Mary Nu, C, L. Scrlmger, Mrs.
II. V. Woods nnd wife, Mrs. O. V. Ha
ven, Mrs. Nnn Heeling and child, Mrs.
Wallaeu and two daughters, Miss l'nul
ding, C. Wolters.
For Kauai ports, per stmr. Mlkahala,
Sept. 22. Mrs. O. U Kapa, Mrs. Hen
tile, Heo Kat. ltcv. K. II. Moon, W.
Oalbralth, It. A. Duncan.
O'BRIEN'S EA8Y FIGHT.
I'hlludclphla, Ia, September 11.
Jack O'llrlen had an easy tlmo of It
tonight In his six-round boat with Hugo
Kelly of Chicago at tho National Ath
letic Club. In tlio Ill-fit round Kelly
staggered O'llrlen n eouplo of timet
with hard punches In the stomach, and
In tho bccoud round shook up O'llrlen
with hard rights to tho nose and stom
ach. After that, however, It was all
O'llrlen's light. He hit Kelly at will
and gave him a scvero trouncing. Tho
Chicago man was badly beaten up,
whllo O'llrlen was nono tho worse from
Seattle, Sept. Hi. Tho fifteen-round
boxing contest tonight between Hilly
S oods, the Los Angeles colored middle
weight, and Tommy lturna (whlto) of
Chicago was called a draw by Hcfereo
Charlie Hcno, Thcro was considerable
dissatisfaction with tho decision. Hums
was much the cleverer and showed
wonderful skill In blocking Woods'
iiiBlics. Hums lacked forco In his
blows and Woods enmo out of the con
test without n scratch, It Is claimed
that Hums broke his right hand In the
Chocolates, bonbons, tnmes and
mixed candles, neatly packed In fnncj
boxes. Fresh ocry day at Hart & Co.,
Ltd, Tho Ellto.
"For Rent" cards on sale at The Bui
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
A FULL LINE OF j
10c and 12
We are showing: some samples of
Brown and Blue Shirt Waist Suits
$15.00 and $1800
Black Drop Stitch
GET UP A MOONLIGHT TALLYHO
lS-33lS C0ST WILL DE
TELEPHONE BLUE 3143
A Slilctly "All-Star" Performance nt
Saturday Evening Sept. 24
ncneflt for tho Myrtlo float Club un
der direction of HUGO HKUZKll and
JAMES D. DOUGHERTY.
Tickets $1.00 and 75c; Gallery S0c,
Reserved scats now on sale at Wall,
William T. Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND DUILDER.
All classes of lluildlng Work prompt
ly nnd carefully executed.
Office 'Phone Blue 1801,
Residence 'Phone Blue 2332.
Stand nnd Offlce, 710 l'ort near Mer
chant St., opposite Hackfcld building.
Dinymcn, baggago nnd furnlturo
handled and delivered.
Office 'Phone Main 298; Residence
Phone White 861.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Humboldt liny (List of Lights ond
Fog Signals, Pacific Coast, 1901, pago
22, No. G3, and List of Lights, Iluoys
and Daymaiks, Pacific Coast, 18m,
Notice Is hereby given that Hum
boldt Ilencon Light, No. 1, a two-pile
structure maiklng tho shoal making
out beyond shipyard wharf, on west
erly sldo of chnnncl, Humboldt Hay,
California, was destroyed September
I, Tho beacon will bo rebuilt and tho
light ro-estnbllshed ns soon as practl
cnblu. Ily order of tho Lighthouse Hoard.
W. P. DAY,
Commander, U, S. N Inspector 12th
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
J-2e per yard.
Hose, 25c a pain
a ', .. :..bia?ff?i
PARTY FOR YOUR FRIENDS. THE
0NLY $100 EACH.
E. H. LEWIS, Proprietor.
Was a Hit
As a Benefit but it is not in it with
OUR MATCHLESS POLICY
It piys for total dis
ability on the instal
ment plan the full
The Pacific Mutual Life
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS
920 FORT STREET.
WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE
Booklet on the Kidney Free.
Chsmbers Drug Go,
Cor. King and Fort Sts.
'PHONE MAIN 131,
Watchmakers' Materials and
COR. FORT and KING ST.
J AS. F. MORGAN
Auctioneer and Broker,
847-857 Kaahumanu Strut.
P. O. BOX BM. TCLKPHONI n.
Kawaihae 2d, Kohala,
Will tatce place on
Saturday, Sept. 24, 1904.
At my Salesroom, 857 Kaahumanu SI.,
At 10 o'clock prompt
Jas. F. Morgan,
MONDAY, 8EPT. 26, 1901,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At tho MAILi: SALOON, corner nf
King nnd Smith streets, maukn Kwa
corner of King street, I will sell on
abovo dale nt tho premises
Klegiint liar Fixtures,
Oak Tables, -Linoleum,
!u Ilox, Swinging Doors, Kt, Kts.
JAS. F. MORGAN, ..
Very flno rosldonco on norctani
Btrect, known as tho "Ross Residence."
The houso Is a largo nnd commodious
dwelling containing C bedrooms, par
lor, dining room, klchen, storeroom.
Thcio aro also servants' quartern,
chicken house, stable, wood shod, etc.
The land has n frontago of 117 feet
on lleretnnla street. Total area, 22,340
l'rlco very reasonable.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Across the Continent
LESS THAN 3 DAYS
EVERY DAY TRAIN
Bath, Barber, Buffet, Library,
EUctrle Reading Lamps In av
ary Booth, Obsaravtlon Car,
C. 8. FEL,
Passenger Traffic Manaaar,
T. H. GOODMAN,
General Passenger Agant
San Francisco, : : CALIFORNIA
6 10 03.
Omaha, Kansas City,
Chicago, St, Louis
And All Principal Eastern Points
No Change I &
De sure your ticket reads rla tas
For full Information call oa
8. F. BOOTH, O. A,
1 Montgomery St, San Francisco, CaL
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