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BVENINGI BTJUETIN,"HOWO,C.TT.-HrrOrWDA'S', WA-5;-0tr73CT
jlme. Lambert from Pari will open
I tills month a school tor oung In
dies who desire to Know liow io
make their own drcaies. Harri
son IlIocK. lleretanl.i and Fort.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Factory Honolulu Wire Bed
Co., 1250 Alapal St. .Telephone
?ee Sing Xee--Plumber and Tinsmith,
Smith St.. bet. Hotel and Pauaht.
Japanese Employment Association,
Nuuanu and Pauahl'Sts. Call up
phone C97 It you want a cook,
good boy or servants.
Duisenberg cVFamr, Architects. 62
63 Alexander Young llulldlng.
MARIE KENNY, Dramatio Studio,
175 Ileretnnin. l'hono 33.
Blank bdoks ot all Vorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin
How Will You Wrap
Your Christmas Packages?
little stickers, fancy Christmas empty boxes, paper
ornamented, with Christmas berries and nil the little novel
ties that go to make t he Christmas packages nlore attract
ive are here in profusion.
Christmas cards and calendars.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.,
Alexander Young Bldp i - Bishop St.
In order to supply tho demand for
Mrs. Reams' Mince Meat
for Thanksgiving, it is requested that orders be given as
early as possible.
Factory 184 Hotel.
THE MEATS ARE GpO0
WE SERVE THE BEST MEAT IN THE CITY AND
SERVE THE AVERAGE THROUGH OUR RELATIONS
WITH THE LARGEST RANCHES IN THE TERRITORY.
ORDER FROM US.
WDLLIAM -F. HEDLBRON, PROPRIETOR.. . FHQNE 45.
' HIGH-CLASS PAfEB-HAtoamGDECORAThlQ.
AND OENERA1 PAINTING.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL
AND PERSONAL ESTATE- '
i . i
Notice Is hereby given that under
and In pursuance of an order Issued
out of the Circuit 'Court of the First
Circuit, Territory of itawall, In the
estato of Walter Chamberlain l'a
ioJl:, deceased, the uuderslgned as
Administrator with the Will annex
ed tit the Estate of the Said Wnlter
Chamberlain Peacock, deceased. Is
authorized to and will sell at public
auction, through J. V. Jtdrgan, auc
tioneer, to the hlgtieit bidder for
cash on Saturdny.'tlio !0th day of
November, 1009, nt 12 o'clock noon
of that day, at the front door of the
Judiciary llullillng, In the city ot
Honolulu, nil the right, title and In
terest of tlie said Walter Chamber'
lain i'ea'cock, deceased, of, In and
to all the following property:
Klrst. All that certain pleco or
parcel ot land situate on Hlshop
street, between King and Merchant
streets, In the city ot Honolulu, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, and more particu
larly described as follows: Begin
ning at a point on the southeast
side of Bishop street, said point be
ing 232 50 40.05 feet northeast of
the cast corner of Merchant and
Bishop streets, the coordinates ot
this corner from a Btreet monument
Vhleh marks tho Intersection of i
10-foot offset In the street from the
northwest-lino ot Alnkea street an1
nu 8-foot offset In the street from
the Miulhwest lino of Merchant
sti t being 215.9 feet north anu
11 . J5 feet west, nud running by
(1) 30S 30 85.30 feet;
VI) 229' 00' 73.75 feet;
(.J) 141 45 77.75 feet; ,
() 62 60' 93.22 'feet along
Bishop street 'to the Initial
Area 8,7 15 'square feet.
Second. All that certain piece or
parcel n't Idnd sltunte on the east
corner ot Nuuanu and Merchant
streets. In said Honolulu, and 'de
scribed ns follows: Commencing at
the east corner of Nuuanu and Mer
chant streets, and running:
(1) N. CC 47' K. true 08.8 feet
along N,uuanu street;
(2) 8. 25 03' C. true 03 feet
(3) S. 65 40' W. true 65 feet
ulong J. T. Waterhouse's
property; thenco '
(4) N. 28 10' W. true C3.7 feet
along Merchant street to
Area 4,728 square feet.
Third. All that piece or parcel
of land situate on the mnkal side of
queen street, makat ot the Judiciary
Building, In Bald Honolulu, belnr
tho same premlses( described In that
certain deed made' by C. A. Peacock
to W. C. Peacock dalel September
30, 1892, and of reco.nl in Mber
135 on pages 480-482, and more
particularly described ns follows:
Beginning at "the east cornerof this
lot nnd on tho makal side of Q'een
street, the coordinates of said point
of beginning referred tb Govern
ment Survey Trig. Station "Punch
bowl" being 2.748.5 feet south
and 3792.2 feet west, nnd the
truo ailmuth nnd distance from a
Government Survey street -monument
nt Hie Intersection of Queen
and Punchbowf streets, being 239
50' 235.2 feet, thenco running by,
(1) 08 35' 113.9, "feet along
land of J. Buckley;
(2) 148 55' 65.4 feet along
fence along lanj owned by
Castle & Cooke, Ltd. f ,
(3) 240 25'' 10C.O feet along
L. C. A. 214 to Manulkl;
(4) 321 15' 61.4 feet along ma
kal side ot Queen street to
IK) I nt ot beginning.
Area 6,220 square feet.
Fourth. All the right, title and
Interest of said Walter Chamber
lain Peacock In and to four hundred
nnd socnty-flvo (475)'sharcs of the
cnpltnl stock of W. C. Peacock & Co.,
Limited, an Hawaiian corporation,
evidenced by Certificates Nob. 53, 72
and 87, for 50, 300 and 125 shares
needs ntahe expense of purchaser,
nnd sale subject to confirmation by
the Circuit Court of the First Cir
cuit, of tho Territory of 'Hawaii.
For , further particulars apply ,to
Dated, Honolulu, October 27th,
Administrator With the
Will Annexed ot the
Estato of Walter
4452 Oct. 28, 29. 30; Novil, 2, 3,
4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15,
, 10, 17, 18, 19,.
1 ms. dm
ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE ,
SAYS NO AGREEMENT
Representative Cohen Discovers
That Prohibition Forces Will
Press Campaign Despite Stipu
lation to Contrary.
At n mcetttfg hel CRtc"rday by the
Anil Saloon League ll was decided that
lh6 Leaguo wns riot bolinri by Hho
terms of a letter of agreement that
wn sent by W. It. Caitlo tn Hcpie
sentathc Cohen during tho session or
tho last legislature'. Tho letter In
question stated, In effect, that 1f (lib
Mooro amendment to tho Huil'ir luw
was killed In Iho llouio of Represen
tatives thcic 'would b no attempt'icv
ward securing prohibition leglkl.il mil
for u term of two sears.
John f. Woolluy la now In'Wiwhlns
ton urging Iho passngcof n prohibition
law for tho Territory, hu being dele
gated by tho Anil Saloon leaguo ns'iho
special representative, nnd lobby nt
There actions toward spent Ins pro
hibition for Hawaii niter he hnd'.icted
... .' ..!... J. i. r-r ...
in accordance wmi uto mninMu ms
understanding with Mr. Castle, Cohen
Intcfpfets an ah Sample of bad'rallh
upon the part of'nomc nno.
The letter I ntho cane. Written by
Mr. Cnstlo to Representative Cohen,
reads as follows:
"Honolulu, March 24, 1909.
"Hon. J. C. Cohen, Member for Hono
lulu, House of Representatives:
"Dcnr'SIr: In the discussion 'of Im
portant matters, where sharp llricsMif
conflicting Interests' clash, It, Is Mi easy
and berfrctly natural to havo misun
derstandings urine, that I hhvcfihmmlit
It wisest and In tho Interest ot har
mony to put in writing Iny understand
Ing'of tho matter, oh which 'ybu woro
so courteous ns to call jCHtcrditj'nicirn
Ing. "You stntcd thntjou oro Identified
with tho liquor lutcfestn, nnd felt sure
(hat the Mooru liquor hill 'In Us
amended form will pass tlio 'House,
hut that for certain reasotlH "vm do-
slrc'd to Inauo n motion to table ilio
bill and thus end tho presetit agitation
of the liquor ipicHtlon. mil's before
making such motion sou wlslfed to be
assured that tho null liquor societies
nud peoplo would thereupon drop the
matter. Including 'prohibition. and let
tho present law stand untouched for
tho coming two jears. 't
"I replied that I was not authorized,
to speak ror nnjone except jnyscu;
that I do 'not believe iotnl prohibition
to bo suited to conditions In thtfl Ter
ritory 'at nrescnt. and that, while ad-
hutting that'ln some respects'th'u pres
ent law might tierhnps ba improved.
vet It Is still V'xiicrlmental nnd In
view, certainly, ot tliu prcelectldit ttn-
tlerstandlng. If Tor no -other' rrtsson
no chnnges ought to bo mado or at
tempted at this kcssIou. But. I said,
I would try ami Interview such? mem
bers of tlto'clvlc reiteration, Antl- Sa
loon League nnd others ns I could get
hold of and let ou know the result
befdre night. '
"I went nut nt-oncc, but wns disap
pointed In not finding moro of the ieo
ilo I desired to t.ie. Honovcr, while
nil I Interviewed were doubtfulfrt tho
wisdom nf entering Into nny agree
ment on tho subject, ml all cunaurrcd
In tho proposltton that It tho liquor
men 'would withdraw or otherwise end
the .present lrnlrted (Moore) nuicnd
ment to our liquor lawn and prevent
any furtlror nttdntpt to change the
snnie at this tccslon of tho I.cglsln;
turo, they would equally refrain
from any attempt to bring about nny
changes therein ut this session, nnd
would not tircss iho nrotiosltlon now
pending In ho United Stutea tii,hnVo
congress pass n general pruiiiiiiiiuii
law for this Territory.
"In answer to our tolophonc about
5:30 last evening. I stated tholuh
lilance of (hu last parngrnph to you. to
.t.lM. ,... m.ill...l 'All rlolit
"If, lis you recollect tho nutter, l
have not staled It correctly a'joveJVUl
jou Kiuuiy let mo num. i
"Trusting that mo nuovo viujiiapt
our views and that vve ntiileiutnu.l
each other on the matter, 1 rtiusln,
prv slnearelv vours.
"Y, R. CASTl.h."
Tho Anti-Saloon I.ojkuu held yotltcr
day that this lutttr does not cnnstliiitu
anything of n'naturo binding uion thu
prohibition forces In the Tcnltory ami
that It Is no violation of faith to havu
Kwoojley cnutlnuu'hla efforts In behalf
ot proiiiimioii. uoiun tases tue oiner
view and declares that he nctcd his
part of t,ho ngrcomept under the con-
VICIlon tmil tntf- oiner - cuiiirnciing
part J" would do UKowIec.
It is the finest
kind" of health-
insurance; and the
All you need is a bath
tub, water, a cake of
Ivory Soap and a coarse
Ivory Soap is far and
away the best bath soapy
there is. JIt floats. , 'It.
laCHers freely. Aridtca
cake of it is so large that
it covers a 'lot' of surface
quickly and thoroughly.
Of Special Meeting of the Stockholm
ers of the First National Bank
of Hawaii at Honolulu.
Two men to hang cloth Tor papering.
, Apply nt tesldetico of H. II. Wode
lioiisc, opp. Thomas Square.
Cottage Wanted Two bed rooms;
near car line; will pay about $15.
. Apply W. W. W., this oince.
Ferns Australian and other varie
ties; also logs, baskets, begonias
and stephnolls plants. For par
ticulars call on Miss Johnson, I'ort
street, near Vienna llakery
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of
Japanese 'Private Cooking School
Families or hotels supplied with
cooks, C. M. Mafile, 1457 Auld
Lane I'bone 1SC4.
Notice Is hereby given that by or
der of tho board of directors a spe
cial meeting of tho stockholders or
the, First Nation! Hunk of Hawaii at
Honolulu will be hold nt tho oflKo
of tho ABboelntlou on Fort street, In
the lty of Honolulu, Island of OatiM,
nnd TrTltory of Hawaii, on Monday,
the (Illi day of December, 1909, iat 2
P. m., for the puiposa tit considering
proposed amendments to Its Articles
of Association Intituling an Increase
nt ItH i.ipltnl stock to i)no million
dollars, an Increase In the number ot
illreetors nhd vlru presidents, nnd
for siidi other nlid further business
ns may ha brought before the stock-i
holders for conMiWmtlnn and nctlnn.,
'Dated, Hnnoltllu. Nuvcmber aril,
1D09. I,. T. l'EC.
4 1ST Nov. 3, 4. r, 12, U, 20, 27:
Dec. 3, 4, C.
CLEANED and OILED now, before
the busy days come, when vou will
not give it any tnoufrni, ana inereoy
We have a -first-elass nan who
will see to the wants of vonr tune
113 Hotel 'St.
For Sale Cheap One Universal lidd
ing machine ntnl one linde'rwoud
tjpcwrlter; both practically nqw.
Addreu F. C, this iifflce. 44SC-lm
40 H.-I' Wlnton Automobile, Model
K. Oood condition. Apply A. 11.. V.
O. Ilox 749. I'rlco low, on easy pay
ments. 4453 tt
Pointer dog, IS tnonths old; (veil
broken, pilce $70 00. J. W. Har
vey, i:. O. Mnll i: Son, Ltd.
Handsomely tanned und mounted
Alaskan grizzly rug. Address
Furnished front roam; $10 per
month. Small housekeeping
room, suitable fur ono person, $lt
per month, at 1SC3 Nuuanu St. ,
Come and learn particulars at
T0WN8END , UNDERTAKIKO CO.
fieretania Si., Opp. Sachs'.
Room and board In private family,
Maklkl District. AddriMi S , Hu;
letln onice. 4429-tt
Two furnished rooms'. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnsll, 1223 Emma St.
1 1 t
Vou w4ll find it will pay
Vou many times rover in satis
faction if you -give some per
sonal attention to thejselec
'tion 'ofornamental locks and
hinges 'for the doors and Win
dows of your own house.
The largest stock at
lewers & Cooke,
177 S. King Street.
Before doing up Christmas pack
ages see the novelties 'at
A. B. ARLEIOH & CO., LTD.
Hotel Street, Opp. Union.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Cool, mnsiiulto-proot rooms, with or
without board, for single party or
couplo. 732 Klnnu, near Alapal.
i being shown,
Boston Bldg. Fort Street.
'On easy monthly payments.
3R0WN & XYON CO.
Cool furnished rooms and cottage,
with or without board. 1S34
Nuuanu Ave , near School St.
Prices modernte. 4450-tt
For Health and Beauty
Come to see them.
The best in
ROSES, CARNATIONS and other
Cor. Fort and King Sts.
Our toys are now out for inspee-l
Secure your Xmas gifts before the
novelties are all gone.
Your Money 'Savers.
Wa II, Nichols Co., Ud.
FORT 'STREET STORE.
S. . LUCAS,
f OPTICIAN. ,
Masonio Building, cor. Hotel and
Anvon in need of first-class spec
tacles properly fittid call on him.
Of ALL CTJHL. .
ttkalers ik imam.
ALLEN ft B0BTOT0V.
lueen Btreet s: :: :: Honolulu.
Dr. f. SCHURMANN-
Osteopath, i i ""
Corner Union and Beretania Sts.
House Consulting, 2-3 p. m,. Sat
urdays excepted. Operating, 8-18
a. m., 8-6 p. m
Laree Consignment of
KINO'S CHOICE SCOTCH WHISKY'
Just Arrived. '
HERULD RYE nhd BOURBON. '
in -stock '
Thos. F. McTighe 4 Co.,
lril-105 KINO ST.
PHONE 140. V:0. BOX'755.
OOOD 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 'jack.
4 HUSTACE - PECK CO., tTD
63 QUEEN'STREET PHONE 295
Estimates given 'on1 all kinds of "Draylng, Teaming, BoaABuildtog,
I , , Firewood, Coal, Waianae Sand For Sale, . , , J V"
AT HALEIWA IS BETTER THAN
SPEND YOUR SUNDAYS THERE.
BsjV-'For 'Baft" Biros at BulUtln.
can nroduco roots nnd herb for every
ailment, und euro iIIbimhps that b.ifflo
our most Mkllled ih Melons, who havo
Bjiont earH In thu utudy of drugs.
t'lom thu loots nnd herbs of thu fluid
originated I.) ilia U. l'liikhuni'u Vego
tablo Compound, which for thirty
jcnrH has proved moio potent and cfll
caclous In curing femulo Ills thiin any
coiublnntlnn of drugs knnnii.
Navy Riport U Euhmltted-Tho
ijieclal board of naMil oulccrs ot which
Hear Admiral Wllllnm I' Swift com-
mnndant of iho Boston Navy yard, la.
I rcsldont, which was cone)oil in iiuku
lecommeudatloiis to Secretary of tho
Navy George von I,. Mejer on the sub
ject of navy department reorgnnlza
lloii.Jms cnniplutcd Unreport, and the
uppers liao'lieen forwnided lo Wash
.r BULLETIN ADS PAY
A Complete Shipping Paper
Published every morning bythe
GUIDE PUBLISHING C. .:
Young Building, Bishop St:
P. 0. Box 393. Tel, 374,
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $29,
94 1 'NUUANU ST.
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
178 BERETANIA AVEl, near. EMMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment
First-class residents property, lit
imtnl at Piuvu on Klmr'aM Youiut
Union EleotriO UO.. streets. BuUding in IWWtt or-
I. C. CARTER, Torprietor.
SUPERIOR GRADES; LONG'tlVES,
md cloth of A-l quality can ke pur
HcCANDLESS iBLDQ., ,,
. 0. Box Ml. Telephone' Ml,
Post Card Albums
In Burnt Leather '
der and connected with arsassW.wa-
ter. Eleotrio Uut ana, gat, ,--Alio
Kapiolani Park ota and Uipmtd
property at Hauila aad other pisjp
'Bulletin'Baiiness Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 181
1129 'Fort Ut.
Fine Rolls and Buns.
' Boston Raked Beans.
Boston Brown 'Bread.
'Best Home-Made Bread in Town.
. l,.inguu.p.lPZl jfc . ,4
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