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HVRN1N0 BULLETIN. HONOLULO, T. H-. FRIDAY, OCT. 26. 190C.
The New Dr. Bailey Forage
The only machines made with a drawing and (hearing cut; a
method demomtrated by yearc of experience to be the belt.
It It superior to any cutter In the market for hay, alfalfa, sor
ghum, cane tops, etc.
Six sizes for hand or power Send for descriptive circular to
E. O. HALL & SON, Limited,
COR. KING and TORT STS.
For High Prices!
U. Sekomoto's New Gent's
r urnishing Store
It will certainly be a lemon for those who ask big prices for
Good dressers and econ omlcal dressers will find here a com
plete and choice assortment of everything In wearing apparel for
youths and men. Prices will be so LOW they wilt be known as
DON'T FOROET THIS NUMBER IT MEANS
MIQH PRICES IT'S
23 HOTEL STREET,
BETWEEN FORT AND NUUANU.
Bishop Trust So.,
One store on Fort 8t. $25.00 per mo.
Dwelling house Pensacola and Wilder
Ave., $25.00 per month.
2 14 acres adjoining Baseball Grounds
Rental $35 00 per month. Could be
Kalmukl 120,000 square feet; 8 large
lots; $300.00 per lot.
Puunul 50,000 aquare feet; cleared;
between car and Country Club. A
I CAN BELL
YOUR REAL E4TTATE OR BUSI
NESS NO MATTER WHERE LOCA
TED. Properties and Business of all
kind sold quickly for cash in all
parts of the United States. Don't
wait. Write today describing what
you have to sell and give cash price
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
any kind of Business or Real Estate
anywhere, at any price, write me
your requirements. I can save you
time and money, .
DAVID P. TAFF,
THE LANO MAN.
415 Kansas Avenue,
REAL ESTATE FOK SAIE,
5 Building lots in Manoa Valley, 1-2
acre each, $1000 a lot.
Beautiful site, bracing air, magnifi
Albert F. Afong,
Telephone Main 407. P. O. Box 795.
832 FORT 8T.
8T0CK AND BOND BROKER.
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
117 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOL'ANI PARK ADDITION
and Other Dtilribl Localities.
HOMES FOR SALE
ON WILDER and QULIOK AVE8,
No riMonlj Offir Itifwlid,
75c. Pep Month
The new season's fruits of
every variety have just ar
rived. SAW canned fruits are
the very finest, selected from
the best California fruits
grown. They all bear the
S & W guarantee of satisfac
tion. Purchase price return
ed if any goods are found un
satisfactory. TIME TO ORDER NOW WHILE
ASSORTMENTS ARE FULL.
Henry May & Co.,
TELEPHONE MAIN 22.
Ilelji for all.
Walluh's Indian Remsdlss
A Sure Cure for Piles, Old Sores, and
All Kinds of Skin Dlssases and
FOR 8ALE ONLY BY FIR8T-CLA88
Made and put up uf The Honolulu
Remedy' Co , J, Lor. Wallaeh, Mgr.
If you want first-class work
manship at a low price, call at
repair department of
SctHiman Carriage Co,
QUEEN BT. NEAR FORT-
U. 8. Weather Bureau,
Temperatures C a. m 7Cj 8 n. m.,
79; 10 a. in., 82; neon, 83; mornlnr,
Barometer, 8 a ru., 30.01; absolute
humidity, 8 a. m, C.3G1 grains per
cubic foot; lelutlvii humidity. 8 n in
CO per cent; dew point, 8 a. m,, C4,
Wind fi a. m., velocity 9, direction N
E.J 8 a. m, velocity 9, illiecllun R.; 10
a. in , eloclty 12, direction K.j tioou,
velocity 11, direction E.
Kalnfnll during 24 hours' ended 8 a
in., .or. Inch.
Totnl wind movement during ,24
hours ended at noon, 211 mile's.
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
Suctlou Director. United States
The nunst-t'aktn Cigar Co. has dis
continued the Issuance of prize con
pons, the County Attorney having ad
vised that such schemes were against
The proposed fendtig match between
Captain C J. Campbell mid Captain A
II. Scott has been postponed.
NEW - TO-DAY
Big Meeting for Men
SUNDAY, 4 p.m.
Mr. a. D Edwards,
Mr. Chester Livingston will
sing. MEN INVITED.
WILL BE GIVEN BY
Sisters of Hawaii
Hawaiian Opera House
8ATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1906.
BENEFIT FOR POOR HAWAIIAN8.
Talented Hawaiian Vocalists who
are rarely heard In public will take
Old-time Hulas and Picturesque
(Tableaux, participated In by former
I retainers of King Kauakaua, Her Maj
esty Lilluokalani and Chlefess of the
Ancient Household, will be features
of the attractions which will combine
to make an entertaining and pleasur
I Reserved aeata can be had at
i WALL, NICHOL8 CO., LTD.
No. 0. TEHHITOIIY OF HAWAII.
COURT OK LAND RKOISTRATION.
TKHRITOHY OP HAWAII TO O. J.
CAMI'IJKLL: A. F. COOKE; TEH
KITOItY OF HAWAII by E. C.
PETERS as Attorney General;
COUNTY OF OAHU by O. W.
SMITH as Chairman of the Board
of Supervisors: CITY MARKET
COMPANY. LIMITED; YEE
YAP; WONO IN; WILLIAM II.
CA8TIU.E. TRUSTEE: MARY E.
FOSTER: 8. M. DAMON and
ALEXANDER OARVIE. doing
business us IilSHOP AND CO.;
and to ALL whom It may con
cern: Whereas, a petition has been pre
sented to Bald Court by JOHN EM
MELUTH to register and confirm his
title In the following-described land:
Beginning at the south corner of
King and Kekaullko Streets, the co
ordinates of said corner referred to
Puowalna Trig. Station being 83.23
feet north and COS-US feet west, and
running by true azimuths;
(1) 332" 35', 23.U feet, alung south
west side of King Street;
(2) C5 ', 100.9 feet, along origi
nal L. R. Certificate No. 23;
(3) 149" 47 20.C feet, along L. C.
A. 6 to Napall to the south-east
vide of Kekaullku Street;
(i) 237' 15', 101.8 feet, along the
south-east side of Kekaullko
Street to the Initial point;
Containing uu area of 2.454.2 Squaro
Feet, being a portion of L. C. A. 170,
K. P. 3G2U1-2 to Antonio Manuel, on
the south corner .of King and Kekau
llko Streets, Honolulu.
You are hereby cited to appear at
the Court of Land Registration, to bo
held at Honolulu, Island of Oahu, on
the 3rd day of Dec., A. D. 190G, at
one o'clock and thirty minutes In thu
afternoon, to show cause, If any ynti
have, why the prayer or said petition
should uot he granted. And unless
you appear ut said Court at' llio tlmo
and place aforesaid your default will
lie recorded, and thu said petition will
j uu iuiivii ub t uillii;tl, uuu yull will
be foreter barred from contesting
I said petition or auy decreo euteied
Witness. PHILIP I,. WEAVER, En
quire, Judge of said Court, this 25th
I day of Oct. Ill the year ulneteen Iiuit
I ilreil uud six,
! Attest with Seal or said Court.
(Seal) W. I.. HOWARD,
I 3523 Oct, ; Nuv, S, 9, 1H.
Unless you have heard the rcnt
models you can hardly rllie tin
great Improvement that have bstn
mads. Hear It at
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First quarter of the moon Oct, 24tb.
m aa e
Friday, October 2G,
P. M. S. S. Doric, Oaugrogers, fioin
Pan Francisco, 2:30 n. in.
Stmr, Kc Au Huu, from Kllaueu
12:20 a. in., with 715 hags of rice.
Stmr. Ma una l.oa, Slmcrsou, from
Maul and lluwnll, 0:30 u. m.
Hkt. Newsboy, Peterson, from Grey's
Harbor, 8:30 , ru.
Thursday. October. 25,
Stmr. .Miknhaln. Urrgory, for Kuunt
tiorts, s p. in,
Stmr. J .A. Cummins, Searic, fn
Kooiau ports, 3:30 a. m.
Tug Leslie Baldwin, for Kahulul
1:30 p. in,
Sthir. Claudlnc, F, Bennett, for Mnui
porfts, I.aupahoehuc and Hilo, 5 p. m
A.-H. s. S. Nrbraskan, Weedon, for
Kahulul, n p. m.
KtniNKe Au Hou, (or Kllauea. 5 p. ru.
P. M, S. S. Doric, Uaugroker, from
ran KrancHco, p. u.
P. M. S. S. Alcoa, Lockett, from
P. M. S. S. Doric, Oaukroger. for Ui
Orient, a. m.
Stmr. Kluau, Clarke, from Maul and
Han all portsV'a. m.
Per stmr. Nlllinu, Oct. 23. Mrs. B.
F. S.indow nnd child, 1 Japanese ser
vant. PASSENGERS AKRIVED.
From San-Francisco, per stmr, Doric,
Oct. 28. For Honolulu: E. S. MiCur
dy. Mrs. E. Bi'McCurdy, Oscar Browne
For Yokoh'aniu: Dr. F. Botzcnhardt
Uev. Chas. Sweet, Rev, W. C. Swearer,
Ernest Boerschmann. C. .1. Orahaiu,
Miss Mary Anderson, Mrs. Chan. Sweet
und child, Mrs. W. C. Swearer, Edwin
Andrews, Albert Odermanii, Miss A.
Sweet. Miss CT Mucdonald, E. H. Now
man, K. Ito, F, It'. Copelaml. For Kobe:
Rev. W. B. Hunt, John O. Blanch. Y.
Kubo, Mrs. W. B. Hunt mid 2 children.
Mrs. John O. Blanch. For Nagasaki:
T. II. Lenry, Miss C. B. Lewis. R. W.
Archer. Miss E. V. Judy. E. Bhinchlnl
Rev. Klrlch Williams. For Manila: J
R. Clark. S. U McUlatherty. Lieut
Clias. B. Lucas. D. B. Walnwrlght, Jr..
F. L. Melnko, S. C. Williamson, A. M
Shelby. Mrs. Chas. E. Lucas, Harry II.
Palmer. Walter R. Shaw, Walter Lynch
J. L. Frazee, Mrs. Arma Margreaves, I.
SI. Illoomfleld. For Hongkong: J. A.
Macaulle, Sirs. J. A. Slucuulie and child.
Miss (lertrude Wonnlck, .Miss Corn
Richards, T. Cablll, Mrs. T. Cahlll, Mlis
Nellie Zwcmer, Sirs. Berthu Holly, Mrs
Orucn Mills. Mrs. H. H. Hart. .Mrs. II.
From Maul, Knna and Kau parts, per
fctmr Manna Lou, Oct, 2(i. R. S. Hos
mer. Rov. T. K. H. Amulu. Mev. A
.Mackintosh, Miss von Holt, Mls8 Bort
,cld. Yee Ting, Len K. Chong und 20
TO IN8PECTOR8 OF ELECTION.
All Inspectors of Election In thu
Fourth mid Fifth Representative Dis
tricts, who may desire Information as
to their duties on thu day of elcctlun,
November Oth next, are requested to
meet with a representative of the At
torney (leiieral's Department, In tho
Ofllces of the Secretary of Hawaii, ut
the Executive Building, at 4 o'clock
on the afternoon of Monday next, Oc
C. It. BUCKLAND,
Honolulu, October 2Cth, l0(J.
3.'i23 Oct. 20, 27,
Por Want Column Sea Paga Sli
lUik'hrowu liurso, inuikud "A, V"
llewurd If returned In I7IU Nuuaiiu
OuM iliulli mill Ini'lii'l. Iliiwiihl If
HI ul IliU iilUm JllWlwl
High-Grade Muslin Underwear
Both In FRENCH HAND -MADE and our
" HOME-MADE" BRAND
Gowns, Chemises, Skirts,
the latter in regular and train lengths.
A complete line of new
In all colors and all materials, ranging from
See Window Displays
It will keep Indefinitely and is Invaluable for household use.
Made from the best selected milk, sterilized, and sweetned with
only pure cane sugar,
SOLD BY ALL GROCERS.
Theo. H. Davles & Co.. Ltd..
DRIVE8 AWAY CARE.
Surpasses In quality any oth
er 5c. cigar In tha market.
We Invite comparison.
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
FHE8H FLOWER AND VEQETACLE
SEEDS FOR SALE.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN SM.
"For Sale" cards at Bullstln.
- GREAT REDUCTIONS IN PRICES -
WE ARE GOING TO REDUCE OUR STOCK AND YOU WILL GET THE
OUR $8.50 SUIT8 WILL BE REDUCED TO 97.00
OUR S6 50 COAT8 AND PANT8 REDUCED TO ..85.00
OUR S6.00 PANAMA HAT8 REDUCED TO 85.00
1 Other goods In this department will bs rtduced In th same propor
tion. A new line of ahirts, r,w styles, new patterns; all slits.
REDUCED FROM SI.25 AND $1.10 TO 91.00
A full stock of neckwear at reduced prlcts for thrss day only,
L. B, KERR
A GOOD CONDENSED MILK
IS ALM08T INDI8PENSABLE.
HAVE YOU EVER TRIED
50c Quart Dtllvarad-
HOW D E L I C I O U 8 I I
Harry Strang' Pur
'PHONE MAIN 206.
Booklet for the asking at
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fott and Kins; St.
PHONE MAIN 131
BOOTH'S BAKED BEANS
We are selling them at sample
J. M. Levy & Co.,
PHONE MAIN 149.
& CO., Ltd.,
iA : '
' HOUSE ANO LOT, MAKIKI.
Suitable for high-grade boarding.
Wants the right person! Are you th
LOT ON WILDER AVENUE.
Will pay 10 per cent, clear on In
vestment for 15 years to come; bar
I'm only handling choice, cheap
snaps In land.
lTnsauH I I
MA, KANSAS CITY, ' .
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
And All Principal Kaatam Palnta.
ate tor your Uckt mda via U
Iter tall Information can en
S. F. BOOTH, O. A.,
Parry Building, San Franolaoa, Cal
Bamboo Furniture Mad to Ordsr.
Plctur Framlna a Specialty.
BBS fi. BFnSTlMIl a-r
TELEPHONE BLUE S81.
Wing Wo Ta! & Co.
0KALER8 IN IMPORTED GENERAL
UNIQUE ARTICLES OF ALL KINDS.
ii nuusnu hthes.
Tl. Main 26 P, o. Bo MS.
PRACTICAL PAINTER AND PAPER
KAL80MININQ AND ORAININQ.
C0HNEH NUUANU and t'AUAMI i,
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