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EVE1SC0 frOLLKTIN, HONOi-JLD, T. II., SATURDAY, SEPT. 24, 1901.
A new lot
Another shipment of those well
known PNEUMATIC Balls. Also
a lot of HASKELL, WIZARD, and
a large assrtment of Hard Golf Balls.
A fine line
E. O, HALL
A Strictly "All-Star" Performance nt
Saturday Evening Sept. 24
Ilcnont for tlie Myrtle lloat Club un
der direction or IHTIO llEltZER mid
JAMKS D. DOUGHERTY.
Tickets $1.00 and 75c; Gallery 50c.
Ilcscrvcd sentB now on sale at Wall,
The Merchants' Protective
THE LARGEST, OLDEST, MOST
AGENCY IN THE WORLD.
Established Twelve Years.
Publishers of Hating Hook for the
Offices: Room fi and 6 Progress block,
HONOLULU, II. T.
William T. Patv,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
All classes of Hullillng Work prompt
ly and carefully executed.
Office 'Phone Blue 1801.
Residence 'Phone Blue 2332,
Y. Wo Sing & Co.
FRUITS AND GROCERIES.
Fresh provisions and fruit by every
California steamer. Fresh Island but
ter from Hawaii.
1123 Fort S ind 1186 Nuuanu St.
Beretanla and Emma Sts.
Home Baking of all kinds. Boston
Brown Bread and Baked Beans on Sat
For Hot Lunches, Home Cooking and
Open from 5 a. m. to 11 p. m.
A, FERNANDEZ & SON,
Importers and Dealers In Hardware,
Cutlery, Stoves, Paints, Oils, Brushes,
and General Merchandise.
Nos. 4450 King St., Katay Block, bet.
Nuuanu and Smith 8ts.; Tel. Main 189.
BEN PITMAN METHOD.
ADDRESS M., P. O. BOX 36.
Do Not Be Deceived
By ct few snmples. Anyone con buy samples,
tout It la not every one enn do you koocI work.
Webuyour mntcrlol t wholescile prices there
fore can give you the best -vorlc ct the lowest
prices. Oct our prices unci compare them with
others. INo charge for examinations and un
estimate of your work. LaclyAsslstnnt.
THE EXPERT DENTISTS,
OUrtt, a to ; Sundays, B to 12.
justfcccivcd per Alameda.
of these goods to pick from.
of all sorts, at
& SON, Ltd.
Swim In One Trial.
ftlcc'a'""23 a 35
There wings will ropport 200
lbs. in the water and arc fast
taking the p'aee of (he iwim
NEW - TO-DAY
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION TO FORECLOSE AND OF
SALE OF MORTGAGED PROP
ERTY UNDER MORTGAGE OF
J. A. AKINA AND MARGARET
Pursuant to the provision contained
In that certain mortgage from J. A.
AKlua and .Martinet Piiiiolni Aklnn,
hutuand nml v. I To, to the undersigned,
August Ahreus, Trustee for Ivy Rich
nrilKon, dated Sept. 28th, 1899, Record
ed In the Register Om.ec. Oahii, In 1.1
her 199, pages 135-0-7, notice Is hereby
given tlint the undersigned Intends to
foreclose the samo for condition brok
en, that Is to say, tho non-payment of
principal and Interest when due, nml
will on Monday, the 17th day of Octo
ber, 1904, nt 12 o'clock noon, nt tho
miction rooms of W. E. Fisher, No. 180
Merchant Street, nenr Alakca, sell nt
public auction all tho lands and prem
ises described In snld mortgage.
TERMS: Cash In U. S. Gold Coin;
deed at the expense of purchaser.
For further particulars apply to J.
Alfred Magooa or J. l.lghtfoot, Cor.
Merchant and Alakca Streets, Hono
lulu. Dated Honolulu. Sept. 22d, 1904.
Trustee for Ivy Richardson,
Tho property covered by Bald mort
gage Is alt sltuato on tho Island of
Kmial and Is ns follows:
(1) Land described In Awnrd 3589
to Kal.ulhewa, area 2 roods, 3."
perches, situate at Klponalki, Watmea.
(2) One-third undivided of land do
scribed In Royal Patent 7882, Awards
9191 and 9123, to Kahowana, area of
entire trutt 3 acrnH, 1 rood and 20
perches, situate at Nnnln, Walmea.
(3) A pa tin 1, Awards 0338 mid 0589
to Kllpono; area, 31 perches; sltuato
at Kahonmano, Makavvell,
(4) I.nnd described In Awards
11021, 9040 mid 9G3G to Kiiapapahu and
Kahnlaopunn; area, 1 acre, 2 loods;
sltuato nt Knknlac, Mnknwcll,
(5) One fourth undivided of land
described In Hojnl Patent 3752, Award
3311 to Mnliiul; aiea of entire tract, 5
acres, 1 rood, 37 perches; sltuato at
(G) Land described In itoyal Pat
ent 7935, Award 3122, to K, Paltnua;
area, 1 acre, 3 roods, 11 perches; slt
uato at Haiku, Puna.
2878 Sept. 24; Oct. 1, 8.
Read "Wants" on page 6.
Eureka Wicklcss Blue Flame I
No kindling no dipt no ashen
no hot, Ilery kitchen. Hplendld
lop nil kinds of cooking and
This stove ficnerntes fuel ns
from kerosene op common conl
oil. Is so simple thnt anyone enn
On exhibition nt
HAWAIIAN TRADING GO,, Ltd
1142 Fort Street, Lovi Uultdlng.
IT'S IN TOWN!
GORDON DRY GJN
Is here anJ can be had at all F-lrst Class.
ban and hotels. Trv it and be convinced
of Its merits. We respectfully call your
attention to tlie cllici.il analysis on ine
back of the bottle. I his gin Is strictly
pure and free from fuel oil and we take a
pride In presenting it ti the public, with
the assurance that it will meet with uni
Ask For II Decline Imitations
Sole Distributors for Territory of Hawaii.
TEL. MAIN 140. 83 & 95 KING ST.
P. C BOX 755
NEW - TO-DAY
The American Kinross Coninanv
hnvii fiiitmlntiul mil llim n, tlioli-
ngents for tlie sale of their Trawlers'
Checks, negotiable in all parts of the
world. I1IS1IOP & COMPANY.
NOTICE TO DEMOCRATS.
All persons wishing to contribute
funds to the Democratic Party to aid
in the coming campnlgn ore requested
to leavo same with tho treasurer.
Richard II. Trent, nt oirke of Trenl-&
Co.. No 38 Fort street.
Uy order of tho Democratic Kxecu
W. A. KINNEY,
W. F. KRVINd, Chairman,
Sunday, Sept. 25, J 904.
Consomme Royal, Cream of Oysters.
Mullet a la Hawaiian.
Dolled Salmon, Egg Sauce.
Fresh Lobster a la Ken burg.
Veal Cutlets, Dreaded.
Ornngo Fritters. Ilnnana Fritters.
Roast Turkey, Cranberry Sauce.
French Peas. Sugar Corn,
Stewed Tomatoes. Cream Potntocs.
Cabinet Pudding. Chocolate Ice Cream,
(janes, .Nuts. KnlBltis, Etc.
Fruits In Season.
I For Want Column See Page Sl
Full-blooded Plymouth Rock chickens,
1 rooster mid 3 hens; also whlto
Leghorns. Apply II. F. llenrdmore,
Knmchnnielm Ave, College, Hills.
A silver open-fneo watch. Owner enn
Imvo Bamo by paying for tills ml.
and proving property. 2878 tf
PnrlB. Relit. 1.1 Mr u Pl.nrlf.u Hlnn
Collins, who was Miss Nathallo Sehcnck
of New York, is hero with her mother,
'Mrs. Spotswood D. Sthcnclc. Their
f I lends understand that tho separation
is final between Mrs. Collins and her
iliusijano, the former captain In a irnck
Mm. Collins, who u-na tlrlvlnr, ,i.ll.
Sirs. Sehcnck In tho Hols yesterday, Is
flu Itftntillfxl no nua. 1..., ........ ..1
.... . .......... wo w.vi, uiib vi jmiti.
2'5 HOTEL ST., opp Young Hotel
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l m. p. fit.
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Full moon Sept. 24 nt 7: 18 a. m.
Saturday. Sept. 24.
Stmr. I.lkellke, Napaln, from Maul,
Motokal nud I.annl ports, nt 7:30 a. m.
Stmr. Klnnit, Freeman, from llllo
and way port, nt 11 a in.
Friday, Sept. 23.
O. A. S. S. Manuka, Phillips, for the
m . m
From llllo nml wny ports, per stmr.
Klnau, Sept 24. Dr. C. Rehlen, Mrs.
K. Rehlen. E. tl. Shearer, Mrs. K. Holt
man, E. Lowell, Mrs. C. A. Robinson,
Mrs. II. H. Empey, U. C Drown, J. F.
Hlgglns, Miss Anna Hose, ,i. ranao,
Mrs. R. NcNon, .1 Do Veer, Mrs. J. Do
Veer. W. Williamson. F. .1. Hare, J.
Wakefield, E. 11 Connnt. Sam Wo Kee,
I.. Foon, Miss (1 Dowielt, A. I C. At
kinson, J. W Prntt. II. 13. Cooper, Jno.
Kldwclt. Mlsi M Cummlngs, C. I'lllu
nary, I,. A. Tliiirslon, T. A. I.loyd,
.Major Mllwipi. .1. II. Wilson, W. J. F.ng
land. S. II. FiiJInmn. II. I.. Kerr, Father
J. Dussel, Mrs. D. Deacon, Kilns Knlvsn,
.1. T. Crawley, Henry ucnion, Harry
Duninn. D. Forbes. Miss Lyons, Mrs.
Thot, Dliksoii, Mrs. M. Alna and two
Fi niMUM 181
Dr. Walter Hoffmann was tho only
bidder at tlie sale of tho Union street
anil Adams lane property, under fore
closure, nt the Jiullclnry building en
tranco nt uumi today, bidding $1,900.
The sale was originally set for Sat
urday last, htit'was postponed until
today, last Saturday being Regatta
Salo was made pursuant to a decree
of Judgu De Holt In tho case of Louisa
J. I.alne vs. M. D. Monsarrat, First
Ameilcan Savings & Trust Co., C. E.
Camp, Walter Hoffman and tho First
Mortgage amounted to $2,5011; Judg
ment exceeded $2,C00.
U. S. Weather Durcau Offlco,
Sept. 21. 1901.
Tempciatures 0 a, in., 72; 8 a. m.,
78; 10 a. m 82; noon, S3; morning
llaromctcr, 8 a. m 29.98; absolute
humidity, 8 a. m., G.SSG grains pur cu
bic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m., 07
per cent.; dew point, 8 a. m., GG.
Wind G a. m.( velocity G, direction
N.E.; 8 a. in., velocity 10, direction
N.E.; 10 n. m velocity 12. direction
N'.E.; noon, velocity G, direction N.H.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at neon. 1G5 miles.
ALEX. M'C. ASHLEY,
Section Director, U. 8. Weather
Luau Observance Of
Full Moon Feast
Mr. and Mrs. Y. Ahoo gave a luau
last night at their homo at Vineyard
and River streets In observance of tho
Festival of tho Full Moon. Threo ta
bles were spread and tho excellent
host had provided everything that
could bo desired. Tho Solomon quin
tet played exquisite music and after
tho feast dancing was indulged In to
a late hour.
Among thoso present were Mr. and
Mrs. A, M. Hrown, Mr. and Mrs. Chan
Clillllngworth, Mr. and Mrs. Kelley
Hrown, Mr. and Mrs. Cullen. Capt. mid
Mrs, Paul Smith, Mr. mid Mrs. Vicars,
Misses Holt, Clillllngworth, Auln; II.
E. Murray, A. 0. M. Robertson. E. R.
Hendiy, K. R. Stacknblo, R. C. Stacit
utile, Sam Clillllngworth and Dan Ro
Jiear. MOLLIE CONNORS DEAD.
Word ionics from Puuwnawaa ranch.
Kohala, of tlie death of tho noted race
horbo Molllo Connors, yhlch has won
many island races In tho past. She was
the property of Dob Dnllcntlno of Iv
halnn, and owing to a lamo foot had
been sent to tho ranclf for a period of
rest. While there sho strayed from the
padiloclis anil losing herself In tho
rough, uneven country, fell Into a lava
crack. Threo seasons ago she broke
tho lmlf-mllo track record nt Hoolulti
Park, making the dlstnnco In 49 sec
onds, Sho will be greatly missed b)
lovers of good racing. llllo Tribune
Rov. John W, Wndmau will occupy
tho pulpit of tho Methodist Church to
morrow nt tho morning and livening
cervices at tho usual hours, -In tho
ovenlng Mr. Wadman will speak of his
personal ohsei vntlons of tho war In
the East and Its nffeits upon mission
work In Japan, of which ho was an
eye-witness until recently. All nio cor
dially Invited to bo present.
WHITNEY & MARSH
Announce their First Arrival of GOODS bought by Mr.
New Shirt Waists
Novelties In Neckwear
Watclf This Column
GET UP A MOONLIGHT TALLYHO
COST WILL BE
TELEPHONE BLUE 3143
Members of the Honolulu Mutual Ilurlal Association are fully protected
for all benefits from tho moment thoy rccelvo their certificate.
Any person In good health from tho ages of 1 to 70 years Is eligiblo for
After joining there Is no further cost than an occasional small assess
ment to pay their share In the funeral expenses of a deceased member.
The money Is all kept In Hawaii Ncl and not sent away to the States.
In case of death a $100.00 funeral Is given to each Class "A" member
from home or tho Association's rooms, as relatives prefer.
Class "U" members receive a 150,00 funeral.
This Is the cheapest and must Important beneficiary ever offered to tho
people. Tlieio are no salaried officers, no office rent to pay and no divi
dends on stock. Every dollar Is used for the exclusive benefit of members.
The Honolulu Association has over 2800 members and this number Is
Increasing dally. During tho two yoars of Its cxlstenco It has burled 104
of Us members.
The Association ls'not a money-making scheme, but a banding togeth
er of many people to bear each other's burdens In the hours of distress and
W. II. RICE President
J. C. AXTELL Vlco President
J. H. TOWNSEND Secretary and Treasurer
DAVID L. A-I and H. C. DROWN Members Board of Control
Townsend Co., Association's Undertakers
Cnll at the SECRETARY'S OFFICE, 134 Dcrctanta Street, and becomo
a member. Telephone Main 411,
Copyrighted by A. F. Durk, Deccmbor 12, 1899.
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Chambers Drug Go.
Cor. King and Fort Sts.
'PHONE MAIN 131,
Watchmakers' Materials and
COR. FORT and KING ST.
for Our Opening;.
PARTY FOR YOUR FRIENDS.
ONLY $1.00 EACH.
E. H. LEWIS, Proprietor.
Was a Hit
As a BcAefit but it is not in it with
OUR MATCHLESS POLICY
It nays for total.dls
.ability on the instal-
k - merit plan the full
The Pacific Mutual Life
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS
920 FORT STREET.
JAS. F. MORGAN
Aucrlomir and Broker,
847-857 Ktahiimanu StrMt.
P. O. BOX BtM. TILiPHON I
MONDAY, SEPT. 26, 1904,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At tho MAIMS SALOON, corner of
King mid Smith streets, uiauka Kw
corner of King street, I will eel! en
above dnto nt tho premises ,
Elegant Har Fixtures,
Oak Tables, Mnoleuirj,
Ico llox, Swinging Doors. Etc. Ktr.
JA8. F. MORGAN, ..
Very fine rosldcnco on BeretanK
street, known ns tho "Husa Residence."
The house Is a lnrge and commodious
dwelllug containing G bedrooms, par
lor, dining room, klchcn, storeroom.
There nro nlso servants' quartors,
chicken house, stable, wood shed, etc.
The land hns a frontngo of 117 fort
on Heretnnln street. Tetnl area, 22,340
Prlco very reasonable.
JA8. F. MORGAN,
Across the Continent
LESS THAN 3 DAYS
EVERY DAY TRAIN
Bath, Barber, Buffet, Library,
Eltetrlo Reading Lamp In ev
ery Booth, Obceravtlon Car,
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San Francisco, l : CALIFORNIA.
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