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tlVBNIHO HOLLCVIN, HOiiOLgLD, T. II., THURSDAY, NOV. II, 1303.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Factory Honolulu Wire Bad
Co 1250 Alapal BL Telephone
!y ee Sine Kee--Plumber aud Tinsmith,
Smith St.. btt. Hotel and Pauahl.
HERE ARE CHRISTMAS
Holiday loses of vritinr: paper the finest papers
and the meat attractive boxes we have ever carried.
Calendars Rnd Christinas Cards wonderful assortment,
Harrison Fisher pictures in colors.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd..
Ale xandcr Young Bldg. . ,. .
A case of MRS. KEARNS' GOLD MEDAL PRE
SERVES makes a most acceptable Christmas Rift,
184 Hotel St.
TO THINK ABOUT ANY TURKEY FOR THANKSGIV
ING. LET YOUR THOUGHTS LEAN ON THE PREP
ARATIONS FOR TOMORROW. WE CAN..SUPPLY YOU
WITH ANY KIND OF MEAT.YOU DESIRE.
WILLIAM F.' HEILBRON, PROPRIETOR.. PHONE 45.-
HIGH-CLASS PAPEB-HANGING. DECORATIRO.
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
IPEAK FOR TirEMSELVES.
' ELITE BUILDING, PHONE 317. '
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HUSTACE - PECK CO., LTD
163 QUEEN STREET
Estimates circa on all kinds of Draying, Teaming, Rood Building,
Firewood, Coal, Waianae Sand For Bale. ''
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
Japanese Employment Aisociation,
Nuuanu and Pauahl SU, Call up
phone C97 If you want a cook,
good boy or servants.
MARIE KENNY, Dramatic Studio,
17C llerctaula. l'hone 33,
-A U- ' I u i
Phone 1110. '
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL
AND PERSONAL ESTATE.
Notice Is hereby given that under
and In pursuance ot an order Issued
out ot the Circuit Court ot the First
Circuit, Territory ut Hawaii, In the
c-state ot Waltur Chamberlain Tea-
cock, decease J, the undersigned as
Administrator with the Will annex
ed ut the Estate of the said Walter
Chamberlain Peacock, deceased, Is
authorized to and will sell at public
auction, through J. V. Morgan, auc
tioneer, to the highest bidder (or,
cash on Saturday, the 20th day of
November, 1909, at 12 o'clock noon
ot that day, at the front door ot the
Judiciary llulldlng, In the city ot
Honolulu, all the right, title and In
terest ot the said Ynlter Chamber
lain Peacock, deceased, of, 1111 aud
to all the following property:
First. All that certain piece or
parcel ot land situate on lllshop
street, between King and Merchant
Btreets, In the city of Honolulu, Ter
ritory of Huwnll, and more particu
larly described as follows: Ileglu
nlng at a point on the southeast
ilda of lllshop street, sntd point be
ing 232 CO' 40.05 feet northeast or
the east corner ot Merchant and
lllshop streets, the coordinates of
this corner from a street monument,
which marKB the Intersection of i
10-foot orfset In tho street from the
iiorthttcst lino ot Alakea street an1
an S-foot offset In tho street from
the southwest Una of Merchant
btn t being 21C.9 feet north and
Hi 5 feet west, aud running by
ti ui azimuths:
(1) 208 30' 8C.30 feet;
(2) 229 00' 73.75 feet;
(3) 141" 45 7775 feet;
(4) 52 60' 93.22 feet along
lllshop street to the Initial
Area C.71E square feet.
Second. All that certain piece or
parcel ut land situate ou tho east
corner uf Nuuanu and Merchant
streets. In said Honolulu, and de
kcrlbed as follows: Commencing at
the east coiner ot Nuuanu and Mer
chant streets, and running:
(1) N. W 47' E. true C8.8 feet
along Nuuanu street;
(2) S. 25 03' E. true G3 feet
(3) S. G5 40' W. true CS feet
along J. TI Watorhouse's
(4) N. 28' 10' W. true 03.7 feet
along Merchant street to
Area 4,728 square feet.
Third. All that piece or parcel
ot land situata on the inaknl side or
Queen street, niakal of the Judiciary
llulldlng, lu said Honolulu, belnB
the same premises described In that
certain deed made by C. A. Peacock
to W. C. Peacock dated September
30, 1892, and ot record In Liber
135 on pages 480-4&2, and more
particularly described as follows:
Beginning at the east corner of this
lot and on the malcal side of Qeen
street, the coordinates ot 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' 35.2 feet, thence running by
(1) C8" 35' 113.9 feet along
land of J. Iluckley;
(2) 148 55' CC.4 feet nlong
fence along land owned by
Castle & Cooke, Ltd,
(3) 24G' 25' 105.0 feet along
Ij. C. A. 214 to Mnnutkl;
(4) 321' 15' C1.4 fcPt,along ma-
kul side of Queen street to
point of beginning.
Area C220 square feet.
Fourth. All tho right, title and
Interest of said Walter Chamber
lain Peacock In and to four hundred
and sevcnty-IlYo (475) shares o( the
capital stock of W. C. Peacock & Co.,
Limited, an Hawaiian corporation
evidenced by Certificates Nos. 53, 72
and 87, for 50, 300 and 125 shares
Deeds at the expense of purchaser,
and sale subject to confirmation by
the Circuit Court of the First Cir
cuit, ot the Territory ot Hawaii.
For further particulars apply to
Dated, Honolulu, October 27th,
Administrator With the
Will Annexed of the
Estate ot Walter
4452 Oct. 28, 29, 30; Nov. 1, 2, 3,
4, 5, G, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15,
1G, 17. 18, 19.
GOLF; AND -TENNIS.
GOOD DRIVES and GOOD DINNERS
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1" For Sal" card at Bullttln.
FORT DEN BOYS
Co "G" Evening Was Great
Success fa Every
Tlio many represcntadtcs from cltll
Ufa and (ho soldleni from Ihu iidiacuut
poMs In Honolulu, who Journej -d to
I'oit IK- Huwy lin.t cvolilliK to tWtnesi
tho regular Wednesday ovenltiff ntor
tnlnmcnt for which Co. "G" hus be
coinu famous, wuro moiu thun plajped
with the tvelconiu accorded them by
the numbers ot tho company and tin
first tlnss up-to-date entertainment fur
nlshcd. Tho coinptiii) 's lnrKo hand linll
court, situated In tho open mid Ilium
luuteil b nic lights, bail been enclr
'cled liyVopm nnd transformed Into n
prbo rlntf. Knur bouts, each of tbico
rounds duration, for company members
only, constltntod u poillon of tho en
tcrtalnmcnt, and considering that the
joungBtcrs bail not been put to actual
training, the) nude u ter a editable
"Dick" Sullivan, champion of Ha
wnll, ami Corporal "Tim" Tirrl"ii,
champion of Fort I3i Hussy, ij-ito a
threo round exhibition for polntn which
cpcatedly brought forth outbursts of
applause from thu audience. ".Mlku"
ration, tho well hfiinwii iluvutco of nth
lctlcs, wan present nnd In compliance
with a request, rendoied several com
ic songs and rccltullons In a manner
that g.ne otldenco that last evening
was not ".MlkoV Initial appearance
before tho footlights. Tho ctenlnij's
entertainment terminated with a bar
rel fight, which wiih funny in tho ex
Heme. Tim frantic efforts of tho men
to regain their feet and still retain
their barrel after having been Unockid
down and rolled ubout thu ring, con.
voiced tho audlcnto with laughter.
Light refreshments wcro sorted Im
mediately after tho liiialo and the
gticstH depiittcd unanimously on pi em-
Ing a desire to call again. The pro-
giant follows, Including thoro who gen
emusly responded to requests:
Ivt, J. I ord, Co. '(, , comic songs
nnd suit shoo ilaueliig.
Pvt. K. Hotey, Co. "G", piano sel
Ptt J. Bryant, 51. C. comic Bongs.
recitations and guitar selections.
l'urrell vs. MncDougnll, both of Co
"O", throe-round bout nt 133 pounds.
.McHlroy tB. Cprrlgfui, both or Co.
"G", three round bout at 125 pounds
Morrow ts. Davis, both of Co. (!",
three-round bout nt 125 pounds.
"Dick" Sullltnn (by icquest) cham
pion of Hawaii, ts. Corp. "Tlin" Ter
rlcn, champion of Knit Do Itussi:
three-round exhibition for points.
".MIKu' ration (by request), comic
dialect songs nnd iccltatlons;
lhlllock vs. Liiue, both of Cci. nV,"'
three-iound bout (In hands) cutch
In order to maintain a friendly feel
lug nmong thu men, no decisions lira
tendered In any boxing bouts pulled
off nt tho post.
At n meeting yestoiday afternoon,
b.x J. P. Ccokn. L V. Wilcox nnd
Marstou Campbell, tho board to super
tlso the dlstilbiitlon ot Ihn fund cre
ated by tho special Income tax. It was
decided that tho sum of $30,000 ho ap
propriated for thu purposes of prepar
ing hydrngraphlc ami toogfjphlc
maps ot thu Territory. The retold
tlun wns npprnted by Gotcruor I'roar
and leads ns follows:
"Itoyilvfd, Tint thero la heroby nl
lottod anil authorized to be expended
under tho direction of tho Huperlntun.
dent of Public Works of the Tur'tory
of Huwnll. out of tho one, fourth of tho
spcclnl fund provided by Act 2.1, Laws i
or llina, for Ihu development, conservo;
Hon, improvements and utilization of
tho natural resnurces'of tho Teultory,
thu sum of ?ir,,Q00 for each of thu lie
cnl years ending- Juno .IP, I'tIO, uiid
.luilo 30, 1811, for u hMliographlc iiu.1
topogrnphle siirtey of thu Tenltory or
Hawaii, thu sum hereby allutle 1 for
tho ciinent fiscal year to Inclulu tha
sum-lierctofoio authorized to bo ox
ponded for ji hdrogr.iphlo sunc) "
PLENTY OF ROOM FOR ALL.
Accoidlrig lo n published statement
nindo by i:. I). Tciiney of Castlo A
Cooko, thero la plenty of passenger
accommodation for nil Intending tour.
Ists to Hawaii. Hu' durlaics that dup
licate uooKings In Han Francisco and
Honolulu s)raiiishl)i (idlees In In tho
main responsible ror thuvpp-iront con
gestlon. Ho advocates dm deposit of
n coitaln feu lo necomp.iny each book.
lug for pass.igo. In Ihlswny Ihu
llciillon would bo held down to tho
minimum, figure. .
-ririi -r if
1 I'm Bit 1 for nokturet
IvUS&tftaci.OQ. nuMI mtnbrkDat.
OHttmNiTio JHH UQ," ftni ti uinu
3I or JMHMDOUI, i
Mold by IlmnUM,",
Clrcutftr mdi oo ruicdaf
CONTRACTOR and -BUILDER.
PLUMBING 'end PAINTINO.
Office Honolulu Painting Co., 221
Kinj St.! P. 0. Box 911
JHv hiui ;. v
jssvo. s. tssr
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l'aw 1'atv, Mich." I sitffered terrl-
inntloti anil conges.
(Ion, for several
)eors. My iloctor
said there was no
lwilm tnr itin lint m.
-,-u u. ...i, u,,v ,,,
operation. I began
iiKiiig j.tiua !:.
Yil o'o uompottiid. and
f i! I can jiow say I atn
n wen woman."
Aiiotlier Operation Avoided.
Chleago, 111. "! tvnnt women to
know t.liat that wonderful medicine,
I.)tli.i JI. l'lnkliam's Vegetablo Com.
poiitul. hnsilono for me. Two of the
fst,,,1.ot'.V!u 1", Cblcago said I would
die if I did not Iiivo an operation, and
I never thought of seeing a well day
again. I luuln small tumor nnd female
troubles so that 1 suffered day and
night. A trleiid recommended Ltdla
L. l'lnkham's Vegetable Compound,
and it mndo mo a well woman." Mrs.
Au-rvt snt II. Ivn If T....l o
;;, i ,,, """"" " iiiguon OV-,
Lydla K. l'lnkham's Vegetable Com.
pound, nindo from roots nnd herbs,
has proved to lie tho most successful
remedy for curing tho worst forms of
femalo ills, including displacements.
fttffntr.ri.fitltjt 111. -,.1.1 ..... t '
..... ........nil, . tiuium uiiiiurs. lrrcu.
arllji.s. pcilodlc j-alus, Kivknche, bear.
lTlLT.nnun fiuitlltrr tliitittminif f...1lnA-
tioii, nnd nervous proitratlon. It costs
uui i. Hum lo irj- h a,iu xnc result
has been worth millions to manj
suffering women. '
A Skin of Beauty is a Jay Farfiver
PR. T. FELIX G0nttUDS ORICNTAL
VJ CREiM OR MAGICAL DEAUTIF1CR
ktt4 f ry tlbtb
a brtutjr iut4il
4M !. It
bMilu4 Mkt ttrst
is proiHtir tni
rnuuT. vi. am m
lJy f tlit hmM
ton (a tMrntf
' At ri IOk
l3j(HMit flpMiisti1 sit tha lwt lArmful f u
(Jdi itv-mlw fei tb t titd SUiv, Csbda unl Coropt
(EBlT.HOfUII'i. Frco . 3 tliut km Sltrrl, IntV
You Can Lay it
When you net a ready roof
ing that has nil the good
qualities of pure rubber and
none of the bad, and outlasts
it ten times over, besides be
intr water proof, climate -prcof,
acid and alkali. proof,
you have just about a per
fect roof covering that's
It's more than worth the
trouble to write today for
free sample and booklet,
177 S. King Street.
Lartre Consignment of
KIND'S CHOICE SCOTCH WHISKY
HERULD RYE and BOURBON.
Thos. F. McTighe & Co.,
1UI-1U0 JUWU ST.
PHONE 140. P, 0. BOX 755.
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Baits fcr $25.
ind cloth of A-l quality can be ur
0. Box 9(11. Telephone Ml
LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
I All-Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
No.Acids Used. ' Work Guaranteed.
FELIX TURR0, Enecialist,
1154 Fort Street. Opd. Convent.
Honolulu, T, H.
0. Q. YEE HOP & CO.
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
't j - fir
Cotlnyo Wunted Two bed rooms;
near'cur line; will pay about $15.
Apply W. V W., this otllce.
Clean wiping rags ut the Bulletin of
fice. SITUATION WANTED.
Japatieio Prltate Coohlig School-
Families or hotel supplied with
cooks. C. M. Matile, 1457 Auld
Lane. Phong 1CG4.
Blank I tat her bill book, with name
stamped, conlalnltiK papers valu
able to owner only. Return same
to .Melvlllu Moncrlef, i.ue H O
Hall & Sons, Hii'J-t
Scarf pin, gold (Irlffln with penil.
Hewiird at this olflce. IIG2-:it
Chllds' purto contnlnlii!; car tickets.
Apply this olllee. -ItCL'-Ut
CLEANED nnd OILED now, before
thf busv rlnvs rnmst. w)iti vah will
not give it any thought, and thereby
We have a first-class man who
will see to the urnnt nf vnnr itm.
113 Hotel St.
IT TASTES CLEAN
BECAUSE IT IS CLEAN
Is pleasant and whole
some. "There's a dif
ference." The Baby
notices it instontly.-
.. ,THE POND DA1RY.
J Tel. 890: J '
Toys ! Toys,!
Immense Assortment for the Holi
days now open,
A. B, ARLEIGH & CO.. LTD. .
Hotel Street, 0pp. Union.
WE WIRE TREES
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
Union Elcotric Co.,
I. C. CARTER, Porprietor.
Dressmaker from Paris SMiih
Dresses, tailor-made specialties. Rea
sonable rrices. Harrison Ttlnelr
Beretania and Fort streets.
Come and learn particulars at
I0WNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
V Seret&nia St., Opp, Sachs',
White River Flour
IT IS BEST.
Lewis & Co., Ltd., and
Charles J. Day sell it.
On easy monthly payments.
BROWN & LYON CO,
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonic Building, cor, Hotel and
Anyone in need of first-class sp:o
tacles properly fitted call on him.
OF ALL KIND3.
DEALERS IN LUMDE1.
ALLEN 4 ROBINSON,
(ueen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone IBS.
Terns Australian ind other varle-
ties; also lot'", baskets, begonia
and stephnotls plants. For par
i tlctilars call on Miss Johnson, l'ort
street, near Vienna Ilakery
For Sate Cheap One Universal add
Ing machine and cuiu Underwood
typewriter; both ptnctlcally new.
Address 1". C, this olllee. 44uC-lm
10 H..P. Wliiton Automobile, Model
K. (lood condition. Apply A. 11., 1'.
O. U 749. l'rlco low, on easy pay
iiientn. 4423 It
Pointer dog; IS months old; well
broken; price $70.00. J. V. Har
tcy, H. O. Hall k Son, Ltd.
Handsomely tanned and mounted
Alaskan prlszly rui;. Address
l'urnlshed front room: 110 per
month. Small housekeeping
room, suitable for ono person, $8
per -month, at 1CC3 Nuuanu St. .
Itoom and board In pritnto family,
.Muklkl District. Address S., llul
letlu olllee. 442'J-tt
Two fiirnlebcd rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConncll, 1223 Emma St.
Furnished Cottage. Inquire Cottage
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Cool, mosqulto-proof looms, with or
without liimul, for slnglo party or
couple. 732 Klimu, near Alnpal.
Cool furnished rooms and cottage.
f- with or without board. 1C34
Nuuanu Ate., near School St.
Prices moderate. 4450-tt
For Health and Beauty
Come to see them.
Cor. Fort and King Sts.
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
178 BERETANIA AVE., near EMMA
Bath an,d Electrical Treatment.
137 MERCHANT STREET.
First-class residence property, sit
uated at Pawaa on King and Young
ttrcets. Building in first-class or
der and connected with artesian wa
ter. Electric lirht and tru. Also
Kapiolani Park Jots and improved
property at Hauulaand other prop
erty. Vienna Bakery
1129 Fort St.
Fine Rolls and Buns.
Boston Baked Beans.
Boston Brown Bread.
Best Home-Made Bread in Town.
Ring up 107.
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NSW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Evrrvthin;: in Season.
Hotel Street, nearTort.
We want to see all our old cus
tomers cont. 'jack.
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