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rATSINO tlUM.nTIN. HONOLULU, T. M. STt'MUY, OCT. 40, I'lOII.
LAST OF THE FIRST EDITION NOW ON SALE
The Great Land Fraud Story That Is Sweeping The Entire
United States With An Excited Interest
FOR the first time we learn
the actual meaning of the
term " Homesteading. "
The timber graft is shown up
in an amazing manner.
THE love story is something
new. breezy and surpris
ing. AlfordFinley Thayer
has written a new kind of a
historical romance that will
live. New York Tribune
EVERY citizen of Hawaii is interested in the land and timber question. The subject is
about to be taken up by a special session of the Legislature. A comprehensive idea of
the land and timber laws of the mainland can be learned by reading "THE FOREST
EMPIRE." Besides, it is a rattling good otory in lighter veinbo pass away the time.
For Sale by
Brown & Lyon Co.,
Ltd. Booksellers. 1045 Bishop St., Young Building.
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CHINA CROWD IS
The South Pole. , , ,
Now that lli North l'olo lias beou
dlscovcicd, attention U naturally
conteicd on the opposite) l'olo, nnd
the publication o( Lieutenant Shac
kleton's own nnrrntlvo of the expe
dition that tame ulnioat within
sight of the much desired goal la
nwultod with great Interest. Pre
parations are koI"K forwurd for the
printing or the American edition ot
Lieutenant Shaekleton'B work which
Is promised In No ember. The I.lp
plncotts have tecelvcd a largo In
Htalmeut of tho copy for the hook,
nnd are nctlvcl) eiigaged In tho ac
tual work of composition. Unlike
many hooks that nro publUhed si
multaneously In America and ling
land, tho Anierknn edition of tho
Bhacklcton hook will ho entirety of
In splto of tho fact that oung
Mr Stoddard frequently declined
that he would never wilto n hook,
th'e Inheiltod lltorar.v tendency prov
ed too Hlrong, an 1 "Longshore Iljjs,"
founded upon actual cxpotlenco of
the author, la the reiiilt. It toll.i or
the Intorctlng and otjlllng hap
penings to three Ihijb vvhllo on a
cruUo en Clif.it South ll-v, Long Island.
New Fall Books.
Tho now i ubllcatlonB of Septem
ber from the Upplncott press In
cluded Mrs. draco Livingston lllli
EX Lutz's new stoij, "Phoebe Deano;"
ft "Tho Man 111 tho Tower," uy Kupen
S. Holland, a jowir rnuaiioipnin
lavvver; "Tho Key of tho Unknown,"
ltosa Nouchette Cmey's posthumous
sto'ry: "At tho Hack ot tho North
Wind," tho third ot a delightful se
ries of lllustinted reprints of Oorgo
Macdonald's faliy tnles: und 'Man
ors of Vlrglntu In Colonial Times,"
by Hdlth Tunis Hale, an elaborately
Illustrated work that Is btought out
in n limited edition. Thar month al
to saw tho Issuo of a now and popu
lar edition of Mr. nnd Mrs. Snow
don Wnid's "Shakespeare's Tovvrl
and Times" and a book of "Adven
tured In tho Arctic Iteglons," by 11,
It1. V,'. 0. Hvmt, tho latter being one of
n Borles of "iidventuio" books for
popular consumption. Tho Llppln
cotls also biought out n hnndsome-
5 ly decorated and Illustrated edition
of tho Itubahnt, with reproductions
yin color of some remarkablo designs
by Frnnic .iiiangvvyn, a. it. a.
The Message of the Old Town.
"Why should olio hurry? Tho sun
sinks low In tho west. Par upon tho
horizon there Is a gleam of silver; It
Is tho sea, sleeping In a calm. The
bells of tho old town peal forth their
oven wing. Tho cows cotuo home
from the meadows. In tho cloister
shadows trembling hands nro trim
ming tho evening lamp, tired old
feet tottetlug to their rest. A day
Is ended. Abovo blossoming gar
dens tho Ltoik looks duwn from its
neat, wiser than tho world of men;
another will dawn. So that Its even
ing bo pence, what matters tho rctt
It Is tho message of tho Old Town."
So well litis Jacob A. Hlls listen
ed to this message ot his beloved
Hlbo that ho has been able in his
eccntly published book, Tho Old
Tovv;i, to convoy It cleat ly to his
readers 111 this pictures of quaint
Denmark, Mr. Hlls displays tho qual
ities which his other vviltlugs have
nailo familiar to us sjmpathy, hu
mor, ilcli sentiment for tho oi din
ar y, every-dny beauty of llfo. AH
tho buccess that has come to htm in
this ( omit ry has not lessened Mr.
Hlls's lovo for Ulbo. No ono who
sees In this book tho charm ot "The
Old Town" thinugh Ills eyes will
vv under that it has not.
Students And Laborers,
Of Orient And
A wealth of colois and nisoitcd
odors giccted the visitor to the after
decks of tho Pacific Mull steamship
China, which drew up at tho chan
nel wharf about 0 o' lock thla morn
ing after n pleasant passage) from
Hongkong b) tho way ot Japanese
Turbaned Ulndoo3 from Ilombay
and AnnmltCH from Cotlilii-Chltia
rub shoulders with Chinese students
from tho two Kuatig provinces ot
southern China, Kustdans from tho
wilds of Manchuria and tho klino
noed sublets of tho Mikado frater
nlzcd nil tho way uuosj and freely
mingled with boiuo fifty Ilttlo brown
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gll. In Its original form Tho faery
Queen Is an Inronipaiable storehouse
of classic, mediaeval and KennlH
sanco beauty. To widen Its uppe il
nnd Its liitlucnco Is a lltciary font
well worth tho doing.
brothcis fro m tho l'lilllpplno Is
Many rncca nnd political and re-
llglous faiths nro represented In tho
111 cabin passengers and 1-5 deck
uavclejs v.iio made the good ship
China their tempotuiy homo for tbo
past time weeks.
Captain Kiltie, known lo his' In
timates a. 'Tdrty-l'utbom Dan," re
ported a line trip ncioss tho Tactile.
The China lighted nothing on the
way ovci Tho general health ot
the coiiBiess ot nations aboard the
vessel was excellent. No Interna
tional diflli-ttltles lcsiiltcd from tho
Intirmlngllng ot tho various nation
alities. Tho vcsrel ni rived hero with 40
I'Tilpinos mid 12 Itusslan laborcis
for the tano llelds of Hawaii. Tho
rtllplnos hall from tho Islnnds of
I'linay, Nigios and Colm, Tho Itus
nlnus lompiite those who were left
nt Kobe at tlio departuro ot the
tteamshlp Sib rln.
In tho cabin Chlnoso students pro
doiulnato riftv-threu joung Chi
nese dreswd In the latest European
William 0. Stoddard, Jr.
William O. 3touii.u ii, Jr., lias nat-
urnlly followed in hN father's foot-
stons. anil liltf flist book, "Long
shore Hoys," published this month
by tho Llpplncotts, will appeal
BtroiiBly to joiithful readers. Mr.
' Stoddard Sr Is known tho world
over ds a vvilter of boys' boons ot
Spenser for Boys and Girls.
The gie.it stoiles of tho Acnold,
tho 11 hul and the Odjskcy havo al
ready been made familiar to thou
sands of joung le.idels tlnough tho
sklllfril adaptations of tho Hov. Al
fred J. Church. Tho enthusiasm,
Bvmpathy and understanding which
made hlj work with tho classics so
successful, ho now In lugs to anoth
er and In tnmo wnjs nil even ilch
er field. Ills latest volume, pub
llshed by Tho Macmllliui Company
this week lOctobor i'i), opens t'i
lio.vs and girls tho treiisuie of Eliza
bethan inmanco. In Tlio Taery Queef
advoiittiro, and 7C stories havo comoaiul tier Knights, Mr. t'liuich iii
from? hla pen during a period df 4gproaches SpcuUr In the same spiiit
years, as ho uppicacUed Homer uud VU
Friends for the Askinc-
The ciltlc who .tailed 13. V. Luias
"an iill-liut-liibplicd maker of antho
logies" will find lib conviction
strengthened by the latest volumo of
his to mnko Its appcaiancc, Sonto
Pi tends of Mine. As tho sublltle.
A Itally otiMcn, Indicates, this Is
n cnmpaiitou wmk lo Mr. Lucas's
successful Ladles' I'.igeaut. In tlis
now oliinie all inrls of men n-e to
bo eneountorcd, nnd tho lender will
bo hard to suit who, In tho vailed
host of Mr. Lucas's friends cannot
find mm (i than ono ha will bo glad
to miiku a friend hlnlsalf.
Isle of Scad Ships.
Although "tho Idu of D?a 1 Ships"
is the firbt novel of Ciltteudeu Mar
riott, he has had a vvldo experience
as a magazine witter and uovpap3i
eoriespondcnt. ills account of "l'n
elo Sam's lluslnuss," published lust
full, will bo lccnlled as a utuful ex
position of the innchlncrv of gov
einment for juutliful iciilers. ' The
Isle of Doad Ships" v, 111: h has Just
been brought out In Loo'c, It n i i-
clnntlng tnlo of ndveatme of t' t
mysteilous flout Inn lidnnii of
weed that lies In the faotui Atljn
lle Ocean, and Is known iu the Su
Tor entlnn, drlnklns and cooklnc
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
llvii-ttrpil I S. 1'i.lvat Ollles
ilrc;thr.i';i Cocoa, 1-2 11). tins
Jtaltcr's Chocolate (Unswcet
cicd), 1-J 11). cakes
German Swoct Chocolate,
M 11). cakes
For Sale by Lcadtaff Crocecl In Honolulu
Wulter Baker & Co. Ltd.
DOKCIIUSTfiR, MAiS, U. S. A.
SO HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
st)lo of wearing apparel nnd under
the guldiiii.'o ot Toug Kwoh Own nio
on their way to lloston, Mnfs., whero
they will separuto and take up a
four years' course of Btudy nt sever
al ed.uatlonal institutions In tho
-.iblciu mutes. Tho Chinese nro n
bright nnd Intelligent appearing lot
of oung men. They come from tho
better class nnd wealthier families
of southern and central China. They
nrc being sont pailly at government
expenso to securo western learning
nnd become familiar with modern
methods of conducting business.
Under tho guidance of several local
Chlncso tho paity of students vvcro
shown over tho city. They took n
keen Interest In whnt they saw ns
guests ot their countrymen of tho
Tho Hindoos will proceed to tho
coast of California, whero they have
for tonio timo past been employed
by tho vnilous railway contractors
on tho mainland.
The China brings seven lny-ovcr
passcngera for Honolulu. 2 Hut few
peoplo of piomlneiica in the Tar
i:ast nro Join no) lug to the United
States by tho China tills tilp.
Miters. Hnckfold & Company an
nounco that the vessel will bo dis
patched for San l'rnnclsco nt 8
o'clock tomonow morning. Tho vev
cl Is taking on bunker coal to tho
I umouiit of aoo tons. Her outwnrd
Mi go Includes n thousand btinchos
of bananas and n quantity o ftluned
pineapples, besides sumo sundries.
The vessel lulngs nearly fifteen
hundred tons of Oilentnl fi eight for
Honolulu, which Is being dlschnigcU
at Channel wharf,
Tho Cocillnn Co havo developed
boniethlng now in plajer pianos. Horo
tofoiu automatic pianos used only CS
notes In the center of tho keyboard.
Tho Cecillan phijs nil nitislo ub It is
vviltlcn, lining tho whole keyboard The
Thayer Piano Co. hnvo three' of tliCEO
oeauiiiiu ptaiina In Btock, Thoy nro
told o neaty terms.
'lho bulneso of tho lntei national
Cniit-spoiidomo Schools of Scianton,
r.i for this terrltoiy will bo con
ducted by u tiipiesoiitutlvo from tho
home ofllrn after November 1st, at
Ml I'o.t street Honolulu.
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