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BVENfNO BtJLt&TW, HONOLULU, T. H.. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 3, '04.
Mme. Lnmbert from, Paris will open
tills month a cchool for young la
dles who dcslro to know how to
mnke their own diemos. Ilarrl
eon IJlock. DerttatiU nnd Tort.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Factory Honolulu Wire Bed
Co.f 1260 Alnpat St. Telephone
636 . 3945-tf
Sfee Sing Kee-Plumber and Tinsmith,
Smith St.. bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
TnnntiM Emnlnvnient AitoelattaiL.-
Nuuanu ami" Pauahl Sts. Calf up"
.phone ,097 If you want a cook,
Rood boy or servants.
Duisenberg &,Farrar, Architects. 82
03 Alexander Young - Building'.
MARIE KENNY, Draiiatto Studio,
17,-. rtnrotntiln 1)hrinM?tl '
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin
5 now win rnn wran
Your Christmas Packages??
Little stickers, fancy Christmas empty boxes, paper
ornamented with Christinas benies and all the little novel
ties that go to make t he Christmas packages more' attract
ive arc hero in profusion. -
Christmas cards nnd calendars.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL
AND PERSONAL ESTATE.
NOT READYlOFFERS RELIGION
TO FLY OVER SEAS
Hawaiian News Go., Ltdi,.
Alexander Younc Bldg. Bishop St.
I TiWnfceii'inA I
i In order to supply the demand for m
I Mrs. Steams' Mince Meat I
I' for Thanksgiving, it' is requested that orders be given as I
M , early as possible. I
Hv Phone 1110, Factory 104 Hotel. I
THE MEATS ARE GQODi
WE SERVE THE BEST MEAT IN THE CITY AND
SERVE THE AVERAGE THROUGH OUR RELATIONS
yiTH THE LARGEST RANCHES IN THE TERRITORY.
ORDER FROM u.
Notice la hereby" glven'that under
nnd In lmrsiiance of an order Issued
tint of'the 'Clreu'it Oo'ifrl of the KJrst
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, In the
estate of Walter Chamberlain Pa
coq'k, deieased, 'the undersigned' as
Administrator with lhe"Wlil annex
ed of the Estate of the said Walter
Chamberlain' Pe,acoV,.i 'deceased; , Is
authorized to and Wilt sell at public
auction, through J. I Morgan, auc
tioneer, 'to the htghc'st bidder fdr
cash on Saturdtly, the 20th day of
November, 1D09, nt 12 o'clock noon
of that day, at" the frjmt door of the
Judiciary Building, in the city of
Honolulu, all the right, title and In
terest bf the said (WnIter Chamber
lain 'peacocK, deceased! of, In and
to nil the following property:
Tlrst. All ,tiiat certain piece ,or
parcel of land" situate "on Bishop
street, between King nnd Merchant
streets, in the city of Honolulu, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, and. more parties
larly described na followi: Begin'
nine nt a point on the southeast
side of Bishop street, said point be
ing 232 50' 40.05 feet nbrtheast of
thfe east corner of Merchant and
Blshoil streets', the coo'rdinntes of
tills' corner frbm u 'street monument
which marks the Intersection of a
1'0-foot offset In the street frbm the'
northwest! llh'o 6f Alakeu'strce an1
nn S-foot offset In the street' from
the soulllwcsl' line of Merchant
sti t biliig' 21G.9' feet .north and
Iti 55 feet west, aud' running by
11 ui arimuths:(
' (1) HO'S" 30' 85.30 feel;
(2) 229 00' 7317H feef,
13) HI 45 77.7S feet;
(4) 52 r.0' 93.22 feet along
Bishop street' tb the. Initial
Area d.7lfc square feet.
Secotill. All that certain piece or
parcel of land' situate orr the east
corner of Nuuatiu and Merchant
streets'. In edict 'Honolulu, aud de
scribed as follows: Commencing at
the east corner of Nuuanu and Mer
chant streets, and running:
(1) N. CG- 47' E. true us.s reei
along Nuuanu street;
(2) ,8. 25 03' E. true 03 feet
S, CG 40' W. true C5 feet
along J., T. Waterhouse's
(4) N. 2!P 10' Wl true C3.7 feet
nlong Mcrch'ant street to
Area 4,728 square feet.
Third. All that piece or parcel
nf tnnil nltunto'nn tho mnknl side Of
'n..AnM fAat ' .ntrril nf .. ' Tl (1 1 nt n r V
uuvuh IIIKVII munui w. w.u WMM.V.W.rf
Building. Ill said Honolulu, being!
tho same premlseVdescrlbcd in that
certain deed made uy u. a. reacocK
to W. C. Peacock dale'd September
30, 1892, aud of record In Liber
13G on pages' 480-482, and more
particularly described' as follows:
Beginning at tho east coiner of this
lot and on tho makal side of Qeen
street, the coordinates of(bald point
of beginning referred to. Govern
ment Survey Trig. Station "Punch
bowl" being 2,748.5" feet soulh
nnd 3792.2 feel west, and the
true azimuth and distance from a
Government" Survey street monu
ment at the Intersection of Queon
and Punchbowl streets, being 239
GO" 235.2 feot, thence running by
Inventor Says He Has Not Got That
Far Yet and Tells now tie
WILLIAM F. HEILBR.0N, PROPRIETOR.. PHONE 45.
AND GENERAL PAESTINQ.
J T J SPEAK FOB THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 317.
35' 113.9 feet
land of J. Buckley;
148 65' 55.4 feet along
fence, along land owned by
Castle & 'Cooke, Ltd.
240 25' 105.0 feet along
L, C. A. 214 to Manutkl;
321 15' CI. 4 feet along ma
kal side of Queen street to
point of beginning.
Area 0,220 square feet.
Fourth. All the" right, title nnd
Interest' of said Waller Chamber
lain Peacock In and to four hundred
nnd sevonty-flve (475) shares of the
capital stock or W. C. Peacock & Co.,
Limited, nn Hawaiian corporation,
evidenced by Certificates Nos 53, 72
and 87, for 50, 300 and 125 shares
Deeds n't the expense of purchaser,
and salo' subject to confirmation by
the" ClTcuIt Court of thVrlrst Cir
cuit, of the Territory of Hawaii.
I Tor further particulars apply to
Dated) Honolulu, October 27th,
. Administrator With the
Will Annexed of tho
'Estate of Walter
4452 Oct. 28, 2.V, 30; Nov. 1, 2, 3',
4, 5, fi, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15,
18, 17, 18, 19.
NEW YOHIC, October 18.Wllbur
Wright, the world's foremost n viator,
denies that he has any Idea of at
tempting long dlstanco flights, espe
cially over .seas, as homo mnhlllmis
writers lime suggested.
"1 am slmplo trying to flguro out
the value of aeroplanes. I havo tried
to perfect them so th'ey would fly,"
said Mr. Wrlglit.
''Then jou haven't endeavored t" In
vent a machine that would carry" pas
sengers or H' ufrddB tho ocean?1' was
V "By no means," Wright replied."
"When my brother, Orvllifc, and I be
gan' forking on ne'roplnhcs wo simply
wanted to get something that' would
stay In the air. We started wllh con
trivances like box Kites. 'Gliders' wo'
called them. Wc glided with them, and
then we Installed' engines, nnd they
actually stnjed In' the ulnr. After that
tho machines, w filch aro called Wright
rerojilunos, wero finished."
Not WorVlnfl for Fun.
"And during all of thoso ofToi tit were
you not trjlng to purfdet "something
that would haw a commercial value?"
"Well" auswercd Wright, with an
other smile, "wo wero not working for
fun." '- '
"And now that ou havo perfected
tho Wright Aeroplanes, what do you
expect to do with them''
"I tfon't know."
"Don't jou expect to put them nn
tho mnrkqt and mnke money? Aleii't
they belnfj' manufactured now?"
"I. don't want to answer that." As
Wright said th'ls ho did liot appear to
bo tho least hit nnnoye'd. It w'ns sim
ply n VerKftnal matter which lie wlrh
ed to keep to himself. "Wu him
demonstrated that' aeroplanes may bo
kept Iri tlte'nlr; tli'iit' they will make
u fast idle of speed. But right heto
I wnjit to say something' about aero-
piiuii'H. i c;ui go up me ono mill siay
for flveg hours In tho air."
"How will you do It?"
"Noer mlifd howf. I'll do It. I coiifd
do it1 right' herd In New York, If tho
wind was favornble."
"How many gallons nf gasoline
would j on havo to carry to bo able to
make a flight Of five hours.'
"About twenty gallons."
Not Ready to Cross Ocean. (
Then, If you could mnko -n mn
chlno that would fctny In tho a'lr flvb
hours", why couldn't jou nianufncfu'ro
one -of laigcr dimensions that would
bo nblo to fly across the Icean?"
"I haven't gono that far," replied
"ToViiiat do you attrlbuto jour suc
cess as an nlator?" Wright was ask
"I don't know," ho snld. "Some
people mlgiit say It was hardwprk.
Mj; bro'ther nli'd t wero In thq.blcyclo
business Id Daylon when wo becamo
interested In kites. Wc- experimented
"with them. Then we got hold of Oc
tavo Chauuto's book on nerlal nnvlga-
libn. Wc read It with gient Interest.
After mom rtitdjlng we built gliding
machines. During all of' this tlmo wo
woro In tho blcjclo business. Wfc H1
not have much mcinej-. but all wohaii
wan put Into our aerial experiments.'
Tried Gliders' First.
"Wc knew a great deal about motorn,
and with this kuowledgo wo wero able
to Install Into our gliders motors'trTat
weio nblo to keep us in tho nir. That
'was tho way wo camo to Invent' aero
"How docs tho aeroplane romparu
with thp dlrlglblo balloon?" he Wan
"I nm not competent to say," sab!
Wright, "I have novor studied dirigible
l-bnlloons. don't suprosc 1 know- thu
flrpt, thing about them, Ifou w-nut lb
know how an aeroplane wqiks, 1 slnll
bo glad ta'cxplaln It, But don't ns!c mo
Of nil tho,men who ever camo before
tho limelight (o bo subjected to tho
process 'of being Inlenlewed, Wilbur
WVtrM.t la .1... l.nK.)nt It.. I
-.ttth .a lilt.' iiaiiii;au IIU UUCII I1UI
express' any Idea that may como Into
his head. Ho nnswcreTl only In mono-
(.jlablcs, unless something pnrttculaily
Interesting is nhked. He Is tho Sphjtix
oi muiieru invniuon.
FOR ILLS OF LIFE
Rev. Charles R. Brown Says There
Is No Short Cut (o Health or
OAKLAND, Oci. 17. The need or
n closer, fuller nnd more vital appli
cation of religious truth to the every
day needs of man was pointed out
tonight by Itev. Charles It. Brown Li
a sermon oil "Tho Church and Dis
ease," delivered at thu Tlrst Con
Doctor Brown declared that neith
er health nor holiness was to be
attained by any short cut, but he said
that moderation, Mjlldncss, absence
of fret and worrj-, all of which made
for health, were conditions that tho
church could be of great assistance
In effecting. Ho snld In part:
"The church must face a large re
sponsibility In. these dajs when so
ciety is demanding u fuller nndmoru
vital application of the gospel of
Christ to the needs of every day life.
The souU of men caught In tho grip
of some vicious habit, it may be
physical or It may bo mental, nro
co Ing out for genulno doltvefnnco,
and It Is the duty1 of organized reli
gion to make e fleet he response.
No' Royal Road to Health.
"There Is no roj-al road, no short
cut' to cither health or holiness by
taking sbmethlng out of a bottle or
by skillful Juggling with mjBtlc
'phrases. Soundness in any depart
ment of life must be worked out
nctordliig to law, nnd It ran best bo
worked put In conscious to-opcrntlon
with and In serene reliance upon tnat
unseen ono who works withlri us to
perform his good pleasure.
Opportunity of Church.
"The (liurch can help to confer
that poire nnd h ilnncc, that sense or
proportion nnd II no nhnllty of mod
eration In dally life which makes for
health. Ily Its legular woiship tho
church can add to tho Interior cour
agu and high resolve, of Its people
ns these qualities of life make for
soundness. The fret nnd worry of
modern llfo lies at the busts of half
of Its Ills and the religion of Christ
is a sovereign remedy for those men
tal nnd spiritual conditions which
I long' to see the church restore n
'fuller measure of the warmth arid
vigor, tho gladness nnd spontnnlety
belonging to early Christianity In Its
combined ministry to tho souls and
to the bodies of men. And I beltevo
It lies within the power of tho
church' of tho twentieth century by
discerning the signs of tho times nnd
iiy following tho leadings of tho
eternal spirit to accomplish' just
J. W. Leach, it chauffeur, has told
W A N T S
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WANTED FOR SALE.
Two men to hung cloth for papering.
Apply nt residence of 13. It Wode
house, opp. Thomas Squnrc.
Cottage WanUd Two bad rooms;
near car line; will pay about 116.
Apply W. W. W., this olllce.
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of
Japanese Private Cooking School
Families or hotels supplied with
cooks. C. M. Matzte, 14D7 Auld
Lane. Phone 15C4.
CLEANED and OILED now, before
the busy days come, when you will
not give it any thought, and thereby
'We have a first-clan man who
will see to the wants of vour time
113 Hotel St.
Ferns Australian tnd other varie
ties; also logs, bankets, begonias
and itephnotls plants. For par
ticulars call on Miss Johnson, Fort
street, near Vienna Bakery
For Sale Cheap One Universal add
ing machine ntnl one Fnderwood
tjpevvrllcr; both practically new.
Address F. C, this ofllce. 4 ir.Cilm
40 H.-P. Wlntcin Automobile, .Model
K, Good condition. Apply A. II., P.
O. Box 7 19. Price low, on easy pay
ments. 4453 tf
Handsomely tanned nnd
Alaskan grizzly rug.
I'urnlblitd front room; S10 per
month. Small housekeeping
room, suitable for ono person, $8
per month, at 1CC3 Nuuanu St.
Hooni nnd board In private family,
Maklkl Dlstikt. Address S Bul
letin ofllce. 4429-tf
Come and learn particulars at
T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
JSeretania 6i, Opp. Sachr.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma St.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Cool, mosqulto-proof rooms, with or
without board, for single party or
(ouple. 732 l'lnnu, near Alapal.
Before doing up Christmas pack
ages see the novelties at
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
Hotel Street, Opp. Union.
tlid Detroit pollco that ho helped Dr.
Gebrgo Ar Frltch throw tho barfs crih"
talnjng tho dismembered body of Ma
hello Mlllman, Into Kcorso creek. In
a warrant Issued Frltch is charged
Boston Dldgl Fort Street.
Cool furnished rooms aud cottage,
With or without hoard. 1G34
Nuuanu Ave., near School St.
Prices moderate. 4450-tt
On easy monthly payments.
BROWN & LYON CO.
The best in
ROSES, .CARNATIONS and other
' CUT FLOWERS.
MRS. E. M. TAYLOR.
Young Bldg. Tel.
Masonlo Building, cor. Hotel and
Anyone in need of first-class spec
tacles properly fitted call on him.
For Health and Beauty
Come to see them.
Cor. Fort and King Sts.
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Corner Union and Beretania Sts.
House Consulting, 23 p. ra, Sat
urdays excepted. Operating, 8-13
a. m., 3-6 p. ra.
The' Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrenped
ready for mailing, 00 cents at B u 1
let In bfflof"
or all Kami.
Ineen Street :: :: it Honolulu,
HUSTAOE - PECK CO., LTD
63 QUEEN STREET
Estimates given on all kinds of Draying, Teaming, Road Building,
Reliable Supervision -
. Firewood, Coal, Wainnae Sand For Sale. ... J V
NOTICE TO CREDITORS,
AT HALEIWA IS BETTER THAN
SPEND YOUR SUNDAYS THERE.
Tor (Hit" carde at Bulletin.
Estate of Joseph Bishaw.
All persons having claims against
tho estate of Joseph lllshaw, Into.of
Kalat(papa, Molokal, deceased, nro
heiehy notified to mescnt the snmo
duly authenticated nnd with proper
vouchers, If nny exist, to' the under
signed at the ofllco of C, A. Long,
KapidlanI Building Honolulu, with
in bIx months from, Jthls date or tba
same will bo forever barred.
Dated Honolulu Oct. 13, 1909.
MANUEL K. COOK,
Admlulstrntar With tho
Will Annexed of tho
Estnto of Joseph lll
shaw. 4.439 Oct. 13, 20, 27,i NoVi 3, lO'.'
No two men are just
alike no two suits
should be just alike.
You want perfect
fitting clothing, don't
Only way is to have
them made Jot yoiL
Get us to make them
for you, because wo
We find it easy to do
No, not when yom
Our business suite
made to your measure
for Twenty-five Dol
lars are incomparable.
Our evening' clothes
Geo. A. Martin,
, GOOD MEALS FQR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED C00X.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want tew see all our old cus
tomers come hack.
Mr and Mn. Hashimoto,
178 BERETANIA AVE., near EMMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment.
941 NUUANU ST.
Union Electric Co.,
I. C. CARTER, Porprietor.
SUPERIOR GRADES; LONG ilVES.
j AMD DAYTON
137 MERCHANT STREET.
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 lbbt and gas. Also
Kap'olani Park 'ots and improved
property at Hauala and other property.
THE ARTS AND CRAFT SHOP.
932-938 Fort St. Tel. 52,
1129 Fort b't.
Fine Rolls and Buns.
Boston Baked Beans.
Boston Brown Bread.
Best nome-Made Bread in Town.
Ring up 107,
SuUet'n.Basiness'Office Phone 259.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone, 185.
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