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And Puppy Cakes
If you want your dog to be strong
mako SprAtt's puppy biscuits or dog
cakes a part of his regular diet. Thus
you will avoid distemper, fits and
mange In dogs. Hard bits of puppy,
biscuits aid greatly In teething. ,
. '-.NEW 8UPPLY JUST IN.
E.0. HALL & SON, Limited,
COR. KING and FORT 8T3.
Bishop Trust "o ,
One store on Kott St. $20.00 per mo,
OmcIIIiiu house Pcnt.icola and Wilder
Ave , $25.00 per month.
2H acres Adjoining Baseball Grounds
Rental $3500 per month. Could be
Kalmukl I20.0C0 square feet; 8 large
lots; $300.00 per lot.
Puunul 50,000 square feet; cleared;
between car and Country Club. A
I CAN SELL
YOUR REAL ECTATE OR BUSI
NESS NO MATTER WHERE LOCA
TED. Properties and Business of all
'lnilo sold quickly for cash In all"
parts of the United States. Don't
wait. Write today describing what
ou have to sell and give cash price
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
any kind of Business or Real Estate
.-nywhere, at any price, write me
jour requirements. I can save you
time and money.
DAVID P. TAFF,
THE LAND MAN. -415
REAL ESTATE FDH SAlE.
5 Building lots in Manoa Valley, 1-2
icrs each, $1000 a lot.
Beautiful site, braslng air, magnifi
Albert F. Along,
Telephone Main 407. P. O. Box 795.
832 PORT 8T
8TOCK AND BOND BROKER.
MEMBCR HONOLULU 8TOCK AND
For Over 60 Years
twutwen iitd .for over aixiY
YKAKB tr MIUMUHB 01 SK.tBer
1NO, wltn perfect succcw. IT
bOUTHKS the CHILD. SOl'TDNB
the GUMB. ALLAYS all .pln,
COLIC, and Is the
1 bcitrcinedvfarDIAKIUIUiA. bold
E3 by Drugi.-u.tt In every part of tho
3 world, ilo turo and n&lc for Mrs.
W Inslow SootfclntrSyrupond take
no other Unit. JJ teats a Bottle.
P. H. Burnetrt.
Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public
Real Estate, Loans, Collections.
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
honeo: Office Main 310; Res.Wh.1S41,
8TEW PANS and GARDEN HOSE
r'lSHNETS, TWINE AND BRONZE
WIRE CLOTH AT
A. FERNANDEZ & SON,
Nos. 44-60 King St., Katsey Block, hat.
Nuuanu and Smith 8t.; Tal. Main IBS.
' S. JNlSI-il
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING Ar"
1335 Nuuanu St., below Honolulu Holti
Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
OUR FUNERAL RATES for the poor
and middle" classes are as follows
8.50, $12 50, $15.00, $18.00; Middle
Class, $25 00, $35.00, $40.00, and up
ward to suit.
We can be found at all hours of the
day at our office and by Phone Main
170 and all hours of night by Phone
112b FORT 8T.
Territory of Hawaii )
Island of Oahu
THE REAL EXPLANATION OF
IN- THE CASE OF ,
MAfiE TO ORDER
READY TO WEAR.
Subscribed and sworn to be
fore the public at large that
there are TWO KINDS of
clothing, namely: "Made to
Order" and "Ready to Wear,"
and there Is all the difference
In the world between the two.
The reason you have worn
Ready to Wear Clothing here
toforeit was a ? of price;
but now, since we are making
clothes to your Individual
measure that give satisfaction,
for the same price as you pay
for ready to wear clothes that
can't give your money's
worth. Say, It Is about time
you would get Wise and get
Your Money's Worth.
MADE TO ORDER
QUALITY AND FIT.
NoTiIng to Compare Them
with In This Town.
Geo. A. Martin,
ElecMn-fnachlne. Experienced man,
Horses called for and returned.
FORT above HOTEL ST.
TEL. MAIN 109.
W.W. Wright Co.
have opened a horseshoe
ing department In connec
tion with their carriage "
shop, ete. Having secur
ed the ssrvlces of first
class shoer they am pre
pared to do all wcsk In
trusted to them In a first
class manner. :j :: ;; ;:
137 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLAnV PARK ADDITION
and Other Desirable Localities.
HOMES FOR SALE
ON WILDER and GULICK AVE 8.
No Reasonable Offer Refused.
3Hp-"Fnr Rent" cards on sate at
the Bulletin office.
Cannot Be Equaled By Any Other
Flour In This Market.
$1.25 a bag
Henry May & Co.,
II. I). .McClunnlian, tlic Democratic
candidate for Delegate to Congress, re
turned joitcrd.iy In tho -Maul from
Kumil, where ho made a slumping tour
around thu Island.
"I think" I Impressed the people up
I line, but of iourc I iiiiinol nay wheth
er lliey will Mile for mo or not," s.ild
McClnnalinn tills noon. "I expect to
hold my own, and lo poll n I irger nitiu
Ur of otis than laukca illil las! elec
tion. However, )ou know, wo liau no
party organization on Kauai, and ll
would lio nuthlng short of a miracle it
Kauai should go Dcinociatlc."
Mcl'luuahati will lenvo tomorrow lor
;. general stumping tour to the other
Inlands, lie will go II rt to Hawaii, and
will make the lompletu circuit of lint
Islam). Ho will then go to Maul and
finally to .Molokal. Ilo expects to re
turn to Honolulu ()i toher 27.
Tho Democrats arc going to arrange
their campaign plans at un executive
mealing of thu County Committee,
which will be hold tonight ut Wuverley
Hull ul 7:30 o'clock.
The Republicans of tbc Fifth DIs
trlct will hold a nucthig tonight ut
Kwa mill nnil another tomorrow night
ut Atca. Thu Fourth District will have
meetings on Wednesday ut l'unoa, and
on Thursday at the Zoo.
The refusal on tho part of Jack Kn
laklola lo accept the place for Sheriff
on the Home Hule ticket Is not wor
rying tho Drown supporters, In spite
of the oft-rcpeatcil .statement that nil
Drown wnnlcd lo defeat Inukca was a
weak Homo Huh) cnndldatc. The
Drown men said today that tho ereut
er pait of tho Homo Itulo voters, hav
ing no (iindldnte of their own to vote
for, would faor llrown, mid this was
corroborated by statements by Homo
Office of Registrations, basement of
G1PL SAUIiDERS A8RESTED
Tho trotiblca of dipt. Saunders of the
Manchuria hae not yet ceased as ho
was placed under arrest for violation
of tho Immigration laws on a wnrrunt
Issued this morning from the office of
U. H. District Attorney llreckons. Thu
charge against htm was allowing a
Chinese laborer to land, contrary to
law. dipt. Kiiundeis wns allowed to
depart utter he hail put up u hond for
J0U for his reappearance when the case
Registration closes on the 9th of
for Want Column See Page Six
A press-feeder. Apply at once to Bul
letin om.ee. tf
A, clerk, good salary, state last plncu
of employment. Address ''U.," Bul
Fine upright mahogany piano, ncaily
new; cheap (or cash, on tlmo pay
ments, Call ut Helen's Court even
BOARD AND ROOM.
Ttoom nnd board for gentleman or lady
In private family, Makiki district,
"S".l!u!lctln olee. 3507-lw
Mission koa furniture made to order,
Hcpalr work done. Wing Chong Co.
King ur. ISothel St. lm
('V'KNINII nttt.t.RT1N. flONOMJMt, T. It.. MONDAY.
Saturday, October .
Am. Iik. Kiillcrtun, McKeclinlc, from
Port Harford. 3 n. in.
' Am. H. S. Argyll, Dlckkon, from I'oit
Harford. (Anchoretl outside.)
U, i, i.lut- nlnlin. 1
'stmr. Maul, Dennett, from Nan Ill-
will, with :t(00 lyiga sugar, 3.47 a. in.
Stinr. Nocnii. I'cilcrson, from Kii-
kullinclc, with 319.' Ikird sugar, 30 head
cattle, C vnlvc-t. 5 n, m.
Htmr. Hclcne, from Ilnwiill ports,
SS30 a. in.
Stnir. I.lkcllkc, Nuopnln, from Molo
knl nnil Maul ilx, 5 p. in,
I s a k m
Katurday, October f.
Am. tf. 8. Argyll, Dickson, for Klhel,
7:20 p. in.
Sunday. October 7.
U. H. N. T. Lnwlon, I'arkcr, for Han
ri.un.lsco, 7 n. m,
Monday, October 8.
It. I. J. M. training ship Ancguwa,
llahiifusn, for Illlo, 10 a. m.
U. H. S. Wisconsin, Draki., for San
Francisco, about I p. in.
I. M. 8. 3. .Miintliiirln, Saunders, for
Han tranclsio, In iimipany witli Wis
Lonsln, (No passengers or freight,)
O. S. 8. Ventura, Ilnywnril, for San
ll'ramlsco. nboiit .1 p. m.
1 Stmr. Klnnti, Clarke, for Illlo. ami
way ports, 12 noon.
Stmr. Mniinii Loa, Rlmerson, for Kona
ninl hau ports, 12 noon.
Htmr. Maul, Dennett, for Kauai ports,
& p. in.
1 O. ii. K. Ventura. Ilaynurd. from the
Colonics, a. in.
I'er htmr. Maul, Oct. 7, from Kanal
ports. It. A. Coke, .Miss Chllllngnorth,
Mrs. ClilllltiRworlli, Mrs. II. (I. Noonan,
n. II. McClanahati, S. Kolon. D. Kea
wclinku, P. Kalilliaum. J. Mcl-iughlln,
Miss llertlm Hmllli, Miss Crane, Mrs.
V. II. like. Mr. Kthnartz, J. II. Wil
ton, I). U Van Dine, Mr. Morse, Mr.
The case of Dr. Iong liny, charged
with criminal practice of medicine, wuu
taken up again 4i IKillcc Court this
morning. looj( K)au Hwun, a Chinese
girl 18 years it age, was the principal
witness for tho. prosecution. She Is
the woninn'to,wliom Dr. I-cong Hay, or
Aktna as ho is belter, known, Is alleged
to haSo glwn drugs In olatlon of law,
She tcstllkd that for the past two yeans
since she was 10 years old, U'ong Hay
had been Intimate, with hei. A few
weeks ngo hIio Informed him of her
condition, mid the defendant then gave
her tho medicine. '
Shortly afterward she went to Maul,
where slio was married to Sim I.ouk
When her husband shortly aftcrwaid
learned tho truth of the matter, ho
brought her hack to Honolulu, where
complaint was made to tho mtlhoritles.
resulting In tho arrest of the Chinese
doctor. The caso will bo continued to
GRAND JURUT WORK
The Federal (Irani! Jury met (his
afternoon at Z o'clock nnd after read
ing of Judge Dole's Instructions, pro
ceeded to go Into bcsslon at once. U.
S. District Attorney llreckons first
held ii few moments' tulkj with tho
members nnd they then went Inlo ex
Judge Dolo appointed J. A. MrCanri
less loreman of thu body, tho other
members of which are: John Lucas,
II. D. M. Cobb, i:. II. Paris, W. J.
Forbes, J. Shaw, J. A. McCandlcss,
A. II. Otis. K. A. Melucrny, John C.
1-anc, K. J. Waterman, T. A, Simp
son, John Mcl-aln, 1". II. Armstrong,
O. II. Dunn, Chas. Auld, A. F. Wall,
C. S. Hall, II. A. AVmlawarlb, II. W.
(Ircen. C. J, Hoke, John Do Mcllo, II.
It. McFarlane, Join Wlso.
Tho Dowager Marchioness of I-on-iloiulerry,
who la so seriously III, Is the
daughter of Sir John Edwards, first
and last llaronct of Garth, and mar
ried Lord 'George Stewart in 1SIG. Ho
was tho son of tho third Marquis of
I.ondondeiry by his second wlfo, tho
heiress" of tho Vane-Tempests, and ho
succeeded his father, by virtue of a
special remainder, In tho ICarldoni of
Vane, and (ho Viscounty of Scaham.
Ills hnlf-hrnllicr became fourth Mar
quis, nnd died s p. In 1872, when Burl
Vauo en mo into tho Londonderry titles
Lord Walslngham Is well known as
n famous Mint. Ilo holds tho record
for tho largest Individual bag of
grouse In a slnglo day 121 brace to
his own gun, or, rather, to his guns.
Dut It Is nx an entomologist ho will
bo best known to future generations.
His collection of moths, nnd butter
flies Is tho finest In tho world. It Is
curii'iilly reported that at his death
It will bo bequeathed to the nation.
Wank books of all sorts. ledgers,
etc., manufactured by tbe Dullstln Pub
OCT. 8. 1900.
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WE ARC THIS WEEK MAKING A DISPLAY OF NEW ! n '.
hpR.Q anrt TrimminiTQ ! v
i which we can isfcly tiy are absolutely the VERY FINEST'cver
i ts giancc ai our winnow win convince you. ,
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i in I Amot iviunninDi uhlti nuukbcnOf unirrun onunu- (
fst 1TIJO Ih fmi BlL U nuu iau f etieiifle nrH HHil a9s.
L-LVII1U III vicmiif wieavni iuve vis bfi.iiuit ivii eenu .
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How to Sleep Well
WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND
BEST-ASSORTED 8TOCK IN
OUR PRICES ARE.BEDROCK H
Coyne Furniture Co
UNION AND HOTEL STREETS
NEW - TO-DAY
FOR PRINTING VOL. XVIII, HAWAI
Tenders will bo received by tho un
dersigned In tho Clerk's Office In tho
Judiciary Department, In Iloirtjlulu, up
lo 12 o'clock noon of Friday, October
12, 1900, for printing und binding Vol.
XVIII of the Hawaiian Supremo Coin t
Deports In aecordnnco with specifica
tions which may be obtained on appli
Clerl; Judiciary Department.
S. M. W,EBB,
GUN AND LOCKSMITH, i
GENERAL REPAIR SHOP.
Safes Opened, Typewriters, Cash Reg
isters and Sewing Machines, Lawn
Mowers cleaned, adjusted and repaired
REMOVED TO UNION 8TREET.
Tho farmers of Somersetshire, Kng
land, Hay that, thanks to tho dust rais
ed by motor earn, there Is a remark
ohln freedom from blights In their or
chards this year.
corrlmenced this morning
Bargains will be offered In all departments FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.'
A visit to our 8hoe Department will reveal great bargains In new styl
Don't fail to ylolt our Clothing and Furnlchlng Department; you will
find what you want at one-half its value. t '
DRE88 GOODS, MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY AND MILLI
NERY, ALL AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
L B. KERR
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Mlamsiasi llsjJkfll am am all ate
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. THE LAUHALA
MEAL TICKET8 (4.5021 MEALS.
COR. HOTEL AND ALAKEA 8T8.
A new book that' contains
practical Information, for the
amateur and professional pho
tographer, condensed; boiled
down; easily found.
A complete photographic li
brary in Itself. Covers the
whole range of everyday pho
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
1st. Chambers Drug Co.'s
2nd. All tho Others
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor, Foit and fCingr Sts. '
PHONE MAIN 3I
"For Rent" cardi on eale at the
& CO., Ltd.,
. '. ' j?
o OF o
ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
at the resldcnco of Mr. K. T. Itcrrlck.
Io. Hit; Alexander street. I will sell
at piddle auction, on account of depar
ture from the city,
comprising pieces of art furniture,
Klenilth Qnk Carved Hull Chair,
Solid Mahogany Library Table,
Handsome Carved Mnliocnny Itocker
I'Memlsh n.il; Chnirn nnd Hnckers,
Carved and Inlaid Itockers.
Antique Kit a, Shlrvnn and Cash;
StelnH nnd Decorated Plalcs.
A Hoyal Vienna Chocolate Set,
Cut (llasswaro, Crockery,
A Massive flrass Ilcdstcad,
A llatteiibcrK Hed Bet,
Oak Chlffonlern and Dressers,
Dining Itoom Set, ;
Ionnnl Cleanalilo Refrigerator,
Take Uerotanla St. or Punnhoti cara.
IIAIA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO; ST. LOOIS
And All Principal lastern Points.
Be sure your ticket reads Tia tta
Iter full Information call oa
a. p. booth, a. a.,
Parry Building, San Franclsoe, Cak
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order,
Picture Framing a Specialty.
663 8. BERETANIA ST.
TELEPHONE BLUE 881.
Wing Wo Tal & Co.
DEALERS IN IMPORTED GENERAL
UNIQUE ARTICLES OP ALL KINDS.
041 NUUANU 8TREBV.
Tel. Main 21. p. o. Ben S45.
PRACTICAL PAINTER AND PAPER
KALSOMINING AND GRAINING.
CORNERNUUANU and.PAUAHl Sts.