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evsnino bulletin, nomn.vt.vrT. h. Monday, nov.M,. ibo9.
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Mme. Lamhsrt from Pari will open
thlt m6nth a fchool foi" young In
dies who desire to know how to
make their own dresses. Harrh
on IJlock. Boretnnla and Fort
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Factory Honolulu Wire Bed
Co., 1250 AUpol St. Telephone
Duisenberg & Farrar, Architects, 62
63 Alexander Young Building.
jKr- BULLETIN ADS PAY
The Best and Cheapest
Wo make rubber stamps
guarantee satisfaction. Best
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.,
"Alexander Young Bldp -"
THE MEATS ARE GOOD
WE SERVE THE BEST MEAT ,IN THE CITY AND
SERVE THE "AVERAGE THROUGH OUR RELATIONS
WITH' THE LARGEST RANCHES IN THE TERRITORY.
0RDER FROM US.
WILLIAM F. HEILBRON, PROPRIETOR.. PHONE 45.
BY attending our SPECIAL CLEARANCE
SALE. l This is the last Week' of
Remarkable Pricing. ; " -
Yee Chan & Co., '
Corner King and Bethel
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i :r i i .i 'it. i ! i mV hi nil ii i "i " i'ii i in iMfafesanfaas.
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HIGH-CLASS PAPEB-HANQPld. DECORATmO.
' - AND GENERAL PAINTINa.
HUSTACE - PECK CvQ.r.LTR
63 CnEEN STREET PHONE 285
General .Contractors '
Estimates riven on all kinds of Draying, Teaming, Road Building.
v FiwwWC Coal, w2anae Sand For Salo . . ,'
Maloti, the celebrated Indian Ohiro
nodlit, romoyei corng painlessly
and permanently. Territory
Homo, 510 So. Kins St. 4443-lw
Japanese Employment Association,
Nuuanu and Fauahl Ste. Call up
phone 697 It you want a cook.
Bond boy or servants.
MARIE KENNY, Dramatio Studio,
17C Derelanla. Phone 23.
te Sing.Kee--Plnmber and Tinsmith,
Hralth St.. bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
'v i'-.t u x "1
of every description
quality of rubber used.
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ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL
AND PERSONAL ESTATE.
Notice Is hereby given that under
and In pursuance ot an order Issued
out of the ClrcultiCourt ofc the Klrst
Circuit, Territory ot Hawaii, In the
estate of Walter Chamberlain Pea
cock, deceased, , the undersigned as
Administrator with tho Will annex
ed ot the Estate of the said Walter
Chamberlain Peacock, deceased. Is
authorized to and will sell at pnbllc
auction, through J. F. Morgan, auc
tioneer, to the highest bidder for
cash on Saturday, the 20th day of
N'ocmbcr, 1909, at 12 o'clock noon
ot that .day, at the front door of the
judiciary Dulldlng, In the city ot
Honolulu, nil the right, title and In
terest ot the said Walter Chamber
lain, Peacock, deceased, of, In and
to nil the following property:
First. All that certain- piece or
parcel ot laiid-sltunte on lllshop
street, between King. and Merchant
streets, In the city ot Honolulu, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, and more particu
larly described ns follows: llegln
nlng at a point on tho southeast
Bide, of lllshop street, said notnti be
ing 232 SO' 40.05 feet' northeast ot
the cast corner of Merchant and
lllshop Btrects, the coordinates ot
thin corner fiont a street ,monument
which marks the Intersection oi i
1 0-foot offset In the street, from the
northwest line of Alakea street an1
an S-foot offset' in the street from
the southwest line ot Merchant
str'dt being 21B.9 feet north and
ltit oS feet west, aud running by
tfui azimuths' j
(1) 3O8'30' 8S.30 feet;
(2) 229 00' 73.75 feet;
(J) 141 45 77.75 feet;
(4) - 62' 50' 93.22 feet along
lllshop street to the Initial
Area 6,715 Bquare feet.
Second. All that" certain plcco or
parcel of land situate on tho east
corner ot Nuuanu and Merchant
streets, In said Honolulu, and d'
scribed ns follows: Commencing at
the east corner of fcuuunu and Mer
chant streets and running:
N. 66'' 47' E, true C8.8 feet
along Nuuanu street;
(2) S. 25 03' E. true 63 feet
(3) S. C5' 40' W. truo C5 feet
t along ;J. T. Wdtei-house's
property; thence- l
(4) N. 28 10VW. true C3.7 feet
along Merchant street - to
Initial , point.
Area 4,728 square 'feet.
Third. All that piece or parcel
of land situate on the maknt side or
Queen street, niakal of the Judiciary
Uulldlng, In said Honolulu, being
the Bame premises described In that
certain deed made byiC. A. Peacock
to W. C. Peacock dated September
,30, 1892, and of record In Liber
135 on pages 480-482, and more
particularly described as follows:
tlleglnnlng at the east corner' of this
101 nnu on mo maxa- siue 01 v-een
street, the coordinates of said point
of beginning referred to Govern
ment Survey Trig. Station "Punch
bowl" being 2,748.5 feet south
and 3792.2 feet west,- (and the
true azimuth and distance from a
Government Survey.- street monu
ment at the Intersection of Queen
and Punchbowl streets, being 239'
50' 235.2 feet, thence running by
(1) 68 35V 113.9 feet along
land 'of J. Uuckley;
(2) 148 65' 55.4 feet along
fence along land owned by
Castle & Cooke, Ltd. ,
(3) 246 25' 105.0 feet along
L. C. A. 214 to Manulkl;
(4) 321 15' 61.4 feet along ma-
kai side of Queen street to
point of beginning.
Area 0,220 square feet.
Vnnrlli. All llm rlt-ht. tltln nnd
Interest of said Walter Chamber
lain Peacock In nnd to four hundred
and soventy-llvo (475) shares ot the
capltnl stock ot W. C. Peacock & Co.,'
Limited, un Hawaiian corporation,
evidenced by Certificates N01. 53, 72
and, 87. for 50, 300 and 125 shares
Deeds at tho expense of purchaser,
and sale subject to confirmation by
the Clicult Court ot the First Cir
cuit, of the Territory, of Hawaii.
Per furthor particulars apply to
, Dated, Honolulu, October 27th,
Administrator With the
Will Annexed of the
Estate of Walter
4452 Oct. 28, 29, 30; Nov. 1, 2, 3,
' 4, 5, G, 8, 3,-10, 11, 12, 13, U'i
16, 17. 18; 19. v -
AT HALEIWA IS BETTER THAN
SPEND YOUR SUNDAYS THERE.
""For 8il"'0irds at tullitln.
1 . ,
MEETING OF MANOA
If PRQJPNT CLUB
At a meeting of tho Manoa Improve
rr.ent Club which wns held on Thurs,
day evening n commltteo for an net he
Improvement campaign was nppolm
One of tho principal nlms of the
club will be tho Improvement of tint
roads of tho valley. Church road Ib
In n wretched condition and In plnces
Ik dangerous for traffic. Tho exten
sion of Onliu nvcnuo from the termi
nus ot the carllne to where It co-i-i
i-cts wltlijMie upper Mnnoa road U
In n ver bad Ktato.
It was decided tA mako n vlgnrmm
campaign with regards to thtso two
roads and others too arc to receive
' TOURISTS COHINIi
8ovcn hundicd tourists In one
party other than the famous Clnrl.c
excursion which Is now V'ii(routo tn
tho Hawaiian Inlands, Is mora thnii
likely to include Honolulu in its
The Kurekn Touring Agency, oni
of alio big conrurni of the middle
west, with headquarters nt Chicago,
has been In communUntloii with
port officials and promotion commit
tees In the enst with reference "to
'securing dcslrahlo accommodations
for between seven and eight hundred
people. Tho party Is Boon to leave
Chicago for an extended tour of the
world, coming via New York, the
Continent, Suez nnd the Far Hast.
' BROUGHT TO BAY
t . IIM' . . .
I.au 'Cliauc, n Clilncso who Is ac
cused of puling a deadly weapon, to-
wit: a loaded revolvor.nnd firing n pnr
tlou of Its contents into the tender
portions of the anatomy ot a Jclluw
countryman following, a dispute nnd
fracas on Alakea street on , October
il, was placed under arrest Saturdny.
Deputy Sheriff Iloso Bpottcd . the
Chlneso wlillo he was employed bn
hind tho counter of a store. The Cel.
ettfaf has evaded capture for somo
weeks despite tho efforts of the police
to locate his whereabouts.
Of FIEIALS CONFER
W BOTH AGREE
V ' '. w.
Henry Drodek leates tho liostofflca
Ecrvice today after ecrnl months, of
faithful service. Ho had a confcrcnco
with Postmaster Pratt this morning,
and decided thnt tho work was of such
a nature that ho would bo obliged to
glo It up. Mr. Pratt has shown con
sideration In tho matter, nnd wlillo
thcro bus beqn more or less difficulty
In getting the work lined up properly,
Mr. IJrodoklcavoti with the good will
of tho Postmaster, aud speaks of him
in kindly terms.
FINE SHOWING MADE
BY PUNA RUBOER,
Mr. -on Dnmm of ,Hackfeld & Co,
has made a tour of Inspection of the
property ot tho Pacific Development
Co. In Puna. In which Iw Is Inter
ested, and Is much pleased with the
"Wo pro at present contemplating
tho purchabo of five, thousand jollim
trees from tho American Hau aihu
Company, said on Damm to a Tri
buno representative, which tins a rpb
gbcr plantation at Nahlku, Maul.
Thefco trees will bo placed In the
ground us soon as tho lift) aacs cl
land on which they aro to be plnnl
cd, liavo been cleared by Me. Cunt.
' Tho Pacific Development Company
Is also experimenting on cotton. Wi
havo planted a patch of about half an
acre, and tho plan'tH seem to bo do
Ing very well Indeed, if wo find that
cotton Is 11 bucccss, wo wII gn liitc
it quite extensively."
VISIT TO VOLCANO,
Tho continued activity at tho Vol
cant) has resulted in a number of
tourists making plans to pay n visit
to the natural wonder on tho 111k
Island, Tho IntriMsland steamer
Maunn Koa to sail for llllo ln jiorts
on next Tuesday will carry a party
of a dozen or moio to tho living lavu
Among thoso already booked aro
J. Sexton, Mrs. Sexton, Mrs. Ilooth,
Miss Wurd. M. Hoblnron. II. Uooth.
K. S. Hcrkeley, Miss McArnnld. Miss
roiguton, Miss McDormntt.
A party of about a ,dozen visitors
to the volcano returned hj iho steam
er Muuna Koa this morning nnd re
port tho natural wonder of tho Ills'
Island as In a stuto of great activity.
Tho flro.at tho cr.itor was within one
hundred and thirty five feet of tho
top on lust Trldiiy uml tho laku of
lavu wags n scctliliig c,4lilrou
-py'Tor Pent cards on sale at
1 the Bulletin office.
Louisville, Ky." "Lydla E. "TinV
hnm's Vegetable Compound has ccx-
taiiuy uono me n
world of good and
I cannot jiralse It
enough. I suffered
ness, nnd a severe
pound lias restored
mo to Perfect
health nnu kept mo
from the one rntlns;
table. 1 will tieicr bo without this
medicine In tho house." Mrs. Ham'l
Lex, 323 l'ourtli bt., Louisville, Ky.
Another Operation A-tolded.
Adrian, (la. J' I suffered untold
misery from female troubles, and my
doctor said an operation was my only
chance, and I dreaded it almost as
much ns death. Lydla E. llukham's
Vegetable Compound completely cured
me without nn openithW Llxa V.
Ukxicy, It. F. D. 3.
Thirty years of unparalleled sue
cesi confirms the power of L)dl. i
Plnkham's Vegetable Compound to
euro female dlunsus. Tho great vol
utne of uiibolk lU-d testimony constant
ly pouring lu rocs conclusively that
Ljill.i 1'. I'iiiKham's Vegetable Com
pound Is a remarkable Teniedy for those
distressing feminine ills from which
10 tnauy.vt omen suffer.
Our toys are' now outfbf inspection.-
Secure ycur Xmas gifts before the
novelties are all Rone. -
Your, Money Savers.
fall. Nichols Co., Ltd;
' " ' 'FORT STBEET STORE.
Furniture Co., Ltd.
J. H0PP & CO.
Expert in Mason and Concrete Work.
Garden Ornamental Lanterns on
handready for delivery. School
street- near the bridge.
A1 Complete Shipping Paper
Published every morning by the
GUIDE PUBLISHING C.
Young Building, Bishop St.
P. 0. Box 393. Tel. 374.
Before doing up Christmas pack
ages see the novelties at
A. B. ARLEIOK & CO., LTD.
Hotel Street, Opp. Union.
' MOULDINGS PICTURES.
THE ARTS AND CRAFT SHOP.
932-838 Fort St. , Tel. 52.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phos 185.
Wauled . Sublnspectors (construc
tion) at $4.24 per diem. A com
petltUc e-cninliiatloii will bo held
at the Naal Station, Hawaii, Ho
nolulu, T. 11., Noembcr 17 1909,
for the purpose of establishing an
eligible register ot sublnspectors
(construction). l'or nppllcatlon
and fulther Information luldreif
"Commandnnt,, Nnnl Station, Ha
waii, Honolulu, T. II." 4151-31
Young .Man Energetic business
hustler; salary nnd (ommlsslun;
best reforencts requited. Ad
dres I). 11. U. 4 453-31
Hoy .living with parents, with a
taste for drawing, to learn en
graving trade. Apply lle.il.bane,
Eort Street. 4450-lw
Hoom and bon-.d In prhate family In
Makiki dlttrlct by two oung
woman. Address E 34, Bulletin.
Cottags Wanted Two bed rooms;
utar car line; will pay about 815.
Apply W. W. W.. thu office.
Clean wiping rags at thi Bullstla of
Mercantile Printing Co.
I SITUATION WANTED.
Japanese Private Cook lag School
FamlllM or hotels" supplied with
cooks. C. M. Matzle, 1457 Auld
Lane. Phone 1564.
SALES LADIES WANTED.
Wnntcd-r-for our tale beginning
Monday, six snles ladles. Apply
Saturday morning. JOUDAN'S.
CLEANED and OILED now, before
the busy days oom, when von will
not give it any thought, and thereby
We hare a first-class man who
will sm to the wants of vonr time
' 113 Hotel St.
1129 Fort St.
Fine Rolls and Buns.
Boston Baked Beans.
Boston Brown Bread,
Best Home-Hade Bread in Town,
Ring up 107,
S. E. LUCAS,
' ' OPTICIAN.
Hasonlo Building, cor. Hotel and
Anyone in need of Ant-class spec
tacles properly fitted call on him.
On easy monthly payments.
BROWN & LYON CO.
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN ft ROBINSON,
ineen 8rreet :: :: :: Honolulu
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all our old cus
tomers come back.
1 '941 ftUtJANU SY
I. C. CARTER, Porprietor.
iUuion Electric Co.,
SUPERIOR GRADES; LONG LIVES.
Kerns Australian ind other varie
ties; also logs, backets, begonias
and stephnotls plants. For par
ticulars call on Miss Johnson, Port
street, near Vienna llakcry
40 H.-P. Wlnton Automobile, -Model
K. (loud condition. Apply A. II , P.
O. llox 74!i 1'ilco low, on, easy p.i
Handsomely tanned ami mounted
Alaskan grizzly rug. Addrers
Furnished front room; 310 per
month. Small housekeeping
room, suitable for one percon, S3
per month, nt 15C3 Nuuanu St.
Itoom and board In private f.imllv,
Mnl.11,1 District. Address, llul
ktln nfllco. 442!)-tt
Large furnished rooms for ladles,
with or without board. Mrs. F. D.
Wicke, 1245 Uentanla Ave.
Furnished rooms; single and fur
housekeeping; with gus. ir,(li
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma Bt.
' O rove.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Cool furnished rooms and cottage,
with or without hoard. 1631
Nuuanu Ave., near School St.
Trices moderate. 4 450-tt
BH-J.Him.llMWI3rS1WTI I IW
For Health and Beauty
Come to see them.
Cor. Fort and King Sts.
Dr. F. SCIiURMANN
Corner Union and Beretania Sts.
House Consulting. 2-3 d. m. Sat
urdays excepted. Operating, 8-13
a. m 3-0 d. m.
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
178 BERETANIA AVE., neav EMMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment.
137 MERCHANT STREET. r
First-class residence property, sit
uated at Pawaa on King and Young
streets. Building in first-class or
der and connected with artesian wa
ter. Electric lifht and gas. Also
Kapiolani Park Jots and improved
property at Hanola and other prop
erty P. H. BURNETTS ,
, Com'r. of Deeds for California snd
.Tew York; NOTARY PUBLIC:
Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Lease,- Wills, Eto. Attorney for th
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT BT.
HONOLULU: PHONE 310.
PERFECTION ROOF PAINT
Give it a trial. Guaranteed to provi
tood. Write for booklet to P. 0.
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THE0. E. 2AVIES 4 CO., AGENTS.,