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KVHNtNCJ nnM-KTIN, HONOLULU, T. II MONDAY, NOV. 15, lOO'l,
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Woven Wire Mattresses repaired tt
the J'actory Honolulu Wire lied
To., 1260 Alapal Bt. Telephone
fee SinR Kee--Plnmucr and Tinsmith.
Smith Bt.. bet Hotel ami I'niiHbl
HERE- ARE CHRISTMAS
Holiday boxes of writing paper tlic finest papers
nnd the most attractive boxes uo have, ever carried.
Calendars and Christmas Gards wonderful assortment.
Harrison richer pictures in colon.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.,
Aloxntidcr Younp; Bldpj.
A case of MRS. KEARNS' GOLD MEDAL PRE
SERVES mates a most acceptable Christmas jjift.
184 Hotel St.
TOR THANKSGIVING DAY, AND CHICKENS AS WELL,
but wc wish to call your attention to our Austialian Beef
nnd Mutton, and Island Reef, Mutton and Lamb. It is the
best we hive had for a lonpr time.
WILLIAM F. HEILBRON.
w i via "iiTffiwrn n w mm. t
HIGH-CLASS PAPEB-HANGING DECORATING,
AND GENERAL PAINTINO.
IPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. , PHONE 317.
HUSTACE - PECK CO., LTD
63 QUEEN STREET PHONE 29S
Estimates (riven on all kinds of Drayinjj, Teaming, Road Building.
Firewood, Coal, Waianae Sand For Sale.
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
Japanese Employment Association,
Nitttnmi anil I'auahl StB. Call up
i'limie G97, It you want a cook,
good Dny or servants.
MARIE KENNY, Dramatic 3tudio,
175 llerctiuila, I'liono .13,
Phone 1110. B
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL
AND PERSONAL ESTATE.
No'tlcc Ir hereby given that under
anil In pursuance of an older Issued
out of the Circuit Court of Hie First
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, In Hie
estate of Waller Chamberlain l'ea
cocli, deceased, the undersigned as
Admtulstrnlurwltli lliu Will annex
ed of the I.'statc of the said Walter
Clumberlaln l'caiock, deceased, Is
authorized to and will sell at public
auction, through J. 1 Morgniirauc
Honccr, to the highest bidder for
ensh on Saturday, the 20th da or
November, 1U0V. at 12 o'clock noon
of that d,i), at the front dour of th'o
Judiciary Untitling, In the city of
Honolulu, all the right, title and In
terest bt the s.ild Waller Chamber
lain I'catock, deictiscd, of, In and
to till the following proper!) :
Tlist. All that tertnln piece or
panel of land situate on Illshop
striot, betwien King and lleichnnt
sheets, In Iho city of Honolulu, Tcr
rltm of Hawaii, and more particu
lar!) iIim illicit n follows: Hegln
nlng at a point on Hi southeast
nlilo of Hislnm Htreet, said point be
ing 2 12 50' 10.05 feet northeast of
the. cast corner of .Merchant and
Illshop streets, tho coordinates of
llil-t corner fioni a stieot monument
vvhMi marks Iho Intersection of i
10-fiot olTfit In tho street fioni tho
northwest lino of Alakc.i street jn1
an 8-font offset In tho strict fioni.
the soulhwist lluu of Merchant
bticct being 215,'J feet north and
1!7 55 feel wist, mid running b)
Illshop street to the Initial
Ana (i,715 square feet.
Herond. All that certain piece or
pi reel of land sltuatu on tlio cast
tumor of Nuuanu and Mci chant
stieetn. In s.ild Honolulu, ami de
scribee! as follows: Commencing at
the cast lomer of Nuuanu and Mor
ilinnt streets, and running:
(1) N. CO 47' R, true CS.8 feet
along Nuuanu street;
(2) S. 25 03' K. truo C3 fiet
(3) S. Cli 10' W. true C5 feet
along J. T. Wnterhouso's
(4) N. 2S 10' W. truo G3.7 feet
along Meichant street to
Area 4,728 squ.tie feet.
Third. All that piece or parcel
of land sltuato on tho maknl side of
Queen street, makal of tho Judiciary
iluildlng, In said Honolulu, being
the came piemlt.es described In that
certain died made by C. A. Peacock
to W. C. Peacock dated September
30, 18U2, nnd of record In Liber
135 on pages IS0-4S2, and more
particularly tlescilbul as follows;
Heglnulng nt tho east comer of this
lot and on tho niaknl sldo of Qeon
street, the coordinates of said point,
of beginning referred to Govern
ment Survey Trig. Station "'Punch
bowl" being 2,7-18.5 feet south
mid 3792.2 feet west, and tho
true nzlinuth nnd distance from u
Government Burvoy street nionu
ment at tho intersection of Queen
and l'liiuhbowl strectH, being 239
50' 2.15 2 feet, thenco running bj
(1) 08 35' 113.9 feet along
land of J. llucklcy;
(2) IIS 55' 55.1 feet along
fence along land owned by
C'nstlo .t Cooke, Ltd.
(3) 210 25' 105.0 feet nlong
I,. (J. A. 211 to MnnulM;
(1) 321 l.V Cl.l fttt along mn
k.il side of Queen street to
point of beginning.
Area 0,220 square feet.
l'ouilh. All the right, title anil
Intuiett of said Walter Ch.imbor
laln reaeock In am to four hundred
and Feuntj-ilvo (475) shared of the
capital stock of W. C. Peacock & Co ,
I.iniltid, an Hawaiian corporation,
ovlilcnu-il by Certificates) Noi. 63, 72
nnd S7, for 50, 300 and 125 shares
Deeds nt tho expense, of purchaser,
nnd tale subjict to confirmation by
the Circuit Court of tho l'lrst Clr-
(""tilt, of tho Torrltory of Hawaii.
i or further particulars apply to
Dated, Honolulu, October 27tb,
Admli.;tintor With tho
Will Annexed of the
Ilsjate ' of Waltor
1152-0'rt. 28, 29, 30; Nov. 1, 2, 3,
I. 5, C, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15,
1, 17, 18, 19.
THANKSGIVING DAY AT
makes life nlcrtinnt.
(1) JUS 30' S.-..30 feet; ,
(2) 2JU" OU' 73.75 fiet;
CD Ill 45 77 75 foot;
(I) 52" r.U' 93.2 1 feet along
SIR THOMAS AFTER
RACING UP AGAIN
Wants To Sail Under
Universal Rule Of
N. Y. Yacht Club
NHW YOIHC, October 25. Sir
Thomas l.lplon, smiling nnd clieci
ful, vtltli his hair a trllle grajer
than fonncily, but hubbllng ovtr
with enthusiasm, wan among the
distinguished passengers on the
Whlto Star liner CVdrlc, which ar
rived this morning ,
Sir Thomas, ji ikiuiI, Is after tho
Amerlci'H cup, nnd vmiii t lie. happy
until he gets It. l'or marl twenty
J ears h has been pursuing tills wlll-o'-lhe-vv
Isp of the oean, and this
time ho hoptfr to capture "the blnu
rlbliun of the sen
When seen nt his apartments at
tho Wnldmf tenia) Sir Tlumias said:
"Ych, I am 'over after Hint cup and
will bo mil t Kl.nl lo ihatlcnge
again, providing the New York Yailit
Club will allow me to raio under
Hair own uiiIvcir.i1 nile, undei
which all of their own j adits arc
built utitl races mllul, but not un
dei Hicli old dcnl of gift conili
tinns, wild h are Impossible for mu
lo raco under,
"I do not think I am asking nn
thlng univnsonable, as In the past
this deed of gift has been modllleil
lor over) challenger that ovce cross
id the ocean, Including mvsclf, nmt
I should think It mmiIiI lie arranged
again tinder the luutunt agiiemcnt
Would Build Two Yachts.
"In other words, I bavo ionic over
to siy Hint l.wlll ihaltengu undci
jour own mle and will build any
limit under tho limit of sire permit
ted b) the tiilee of the New York
Yatlit Club. 1 am piepnud to build
two boats, one of which will be from
plans of Will Fife who built the
Shamrock I and Shamrock III, and
the other by Alfrnl Mjlne, who
ranks In about the same class with
.Mr I'lfe on the other side.
'Now the conditions nio simply
these: Iloth Tlfo and Mlne llko
money as well as ani of tho Auicrl
tnn designers, but neither of these
men will accept nit order from mo
to design n boat' under tho old con
ditions Thej s.ij If they designed
such it freak tyba of boat as would
stand n chniue of winning under
these rules It would be Impossible,
to bring It aciossj'th'o Atlantic safe
ty. "Abroad thej think tho New York
Yacht Club has built n wall around
tho tup, nnd si) tho can go to sleep
and feel that tho tiophy is perfect
ly safe under the present conditions.
Neither I nor any one elso who has
tn bring a boat across tho Atfantlc
would stand a ghost of n chance un
der thu rules that now govern tho
Thinks Proposition Fair.
"Hut 1 am willing to build a boat
to raco under tho rules under which
intes am held In America, Don l
)ou think that sounds like, a fnl
proposltlon? I do, and I Intend to
plaic it beforo thu inembcia of the
Now York Yatht Club. Now, as 1
hnvo ruling engagements on the id ti
er slilo next year, I would llko to
ihallengo for a lace in 1911, and
for this icasim I would llko to build
two boats and seUct tho fastest to
"Now, don t think 1 am kit king at
the New York Yacht Club, for I am
not. Tliej have nlwnn treated mo
fall I) in the p.-sl nnd 1 havu evel)
ipiimjII tti belli vo they will do ho III
the future I do not bolinve that they
or tho American public ileslio to Im
pose such iimilltlonH Hint ui) boat
would bo beaten ho.foro It even gca
tn tho Hue, but it would bo mani
festly uhstird for mo to thnlleuga
without a chance, of winning
"Uvon If'tho New Yoik Yncht Club
penults me to race under their own
rule. It Is far fioni eerfaln that I
could win, but at any rate I would
have a spoiling i banco, which Is all
I nsk for, and )ou know It Is an obi
maxim thut 'Spent ceases when ono
of tho loutcstniils has no chinco to
In mmicIiikIoii sir Thomas said:
"Well, If they don't incept my
ihallengo thiiy might Just as well
lode tho cup up In tho Hate, for I
don't think an) one olso will chal
lenge." Sir Thomas was accompanied lii
Colonel Duncan V D, O'Neill, a fam
ous lliltlsh ni human, and JoliiN
West wood, IiIk iocietnry,
One of tho 'flist lo greet Sir Tho
mas on his uiilVal was I'rederlck
(J. lioiinie, n foi mor timimodoro ot
the Now Yoik Yacht Club, who fai
rled hliu off to his country estato nt
uiKianu, l I, for dinner tonight.
No ono knows whnt the New York
Yacht Club will do about tho chal
lenge. The ) otinger and more pio
KK'Mhe members am nil In ram, m
li bioad Intel luetallon of the deed'
or gift that would penult the nr
cepl.inio of Sli Thomus' ihallenge,
but tho old guaid, headed by I'mmor
Ciiminodore Lewis Cnjs I.eil).ud, mo
said lo bo opposed to accepting it
challenge 'mm Sir Thomas undei
(my miiilllliiiiH JiiHt what their rib-
jeriioiis am Is not known,
Taking Lydia E. Pinkliam's
Columbus, Ohio. ''I hin tiken
r.MlIt li. I'lnkli mi's Vegetable Com.
r nwmia uuring
thaiige of life. My
doctor told mo it
was good, ,'uulsluie
t.lkltifi It 1 feel so
much better that 1
can do all my work
igalu. I think
tor nil woman's
troubles, mid I
never forget to tell
y frlindi what It his done for mu."
Mrs i:. II vnso.v. Sill East Jinc bt..
Another YVonmti Helpeil.
Onultcvllle, Vt. "I vvas pissing
from nervousness and other mnoylng
s) mptoms. I.jill 1 1:. l'inklnm's vege
table Compound restored mylienltlinnil
strenc'tli.aiid prove cl worth mountains
of gold to me. Tor tho sake of other
suffering women 1 am willing vou
should publish my letter." Mil.
Ciivitr.n Jtv.uct.Ar, It.l'.D, (i rani to.
Women w ho am inssliig throuch this
critical period or who are pu(Terlng
from any of those distressing ills pe.
cull ir to Unirnex should not o sight
of tho fact Hi it for thirty yirs I.vdla
J). I'lukhaiu's Vegetalilu Cori)Hiuml,
which Is nnilo from roots ami herbs
his been the htnnihnl remidy for
feiinle ills. In nlmost every commu
nity vou will llud women who have
lueu restorul to hialth by l.jdla'JJ
l'lnkhim's Vegetable Compound.
You Can Lay it
When you'get a ready roof
ins that has all the Rood
qualities of pure rubber and
none of the bad, and outlasts
it ten times over, besides (be
ing water proof, climate -proof,
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.
Lewers & CooRc,
177 S. Kinc Street.
Parisian Art Co.
Showing a full line of Fancy
Goods, such as Cluny Laces, Em
broidered Diess Patterns, Silk
Shawls and Scarfs, Oriental Jewelry,
etc. Goods brought from Seattle
Fair. The Roods and prices will
please you. A visit will be .wel
Bcrctania St., Harrison Bldg.
DUNN'S HAT SHOP,
Cor. Fort and Berctania.
GETTING READY FOR
Will have opening Nov. 22.
MIS. J. BOSENBERG
Alexander Younc Hotel.
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits. for 128, .
Hotel St. '
md cloth of A-l quality on be pur
o Box urn
C0NTOACT0K and BDIIDEB.
PLUMBING end PAINTING
JJCT" MILIXTIN ADS PAY
N . I - I- W
"wan t s
I'AUTNMl WA-VIHI) -III nil, is
tabllslud Ice works nnd soel.i
plan) pa) lug ixciltuitl), no
cnnipfiltlciu; about 2.U0U and
the liest of reforeiiics riiiilred.
Will bear Inve-sllgallon. II. W,
eare llulletln. IIGO-at
Cottngo Wanted -Two bed rooms;
near car Hue; will pay about $15.
Appl) W. W. W.. this olllce.
Sound dihlieg horse, free trnvoler
and gentle. Address 1. O. llox
57.! State pi fie. 1105-tI
Clean wiping rags nt the llulletln of
Jqpanere I'llvatc Cooklig School
Kninlllot or hotels supplied with
cooks. C. M. Matzle, 14 07 Auld
I.anc. Phono 1C64.
Illack leather bill bonk, with nniuo
stamped, cnnfnlulng papers valu
able to owner out), lliturii same
lo Melville .Moncrlef, care K 0
Hall & Sous. HCL'.tlt
Door of automobile gas lump at en
hance to skating rink on Hotel
street Hew in i foi return to llul
letln unite. I IM'.-Hl
Hold Iniket and bilikle, engrnveil K.
W ., 1S8I. Iteward nt this of
Siarf pin, gold (Irlllln with pearl.
Iteward at this olllce. IIC'J-IU
Chthls' puwe lout.iluliig car tickets.
Appl) this olllce. 4tC'.'-:il
Is being made ready
For inspection, by our
113 Hotel St.
Made up the lntcst or any style.
Fort and Bcretania Sfi.
IT TASTES CLEAN
BECAUSE IT IS CLEAN '
Is pleasant and whole
some. "There's a dif
ference."' The Baby
notices it instantly,
THE POND DAIBY.
Installed in private dwellings
W.UAVU JJlVUlltU wut
I. C. CARTER Prop.
Beretnnia, near Kini; Street.
Come and learn particular at
T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING CO,
Beretania St., 0pp. Sachi'.
On easy monthly payments.
BB0WN & LYON CO.
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonic Building-, cor. Hotel and
Anyone in need of first-class spec
tacles properly fitted call on him.
The Industrial Edition of the
Eveninp Bulletin, wrapped
readv for nmillnK, 50 rents at B u 1
I e t i n olllce
Kern Australian ind other vnile
tlcs; nlro logs, baskets, begonia
and stephnotls plants. Kor pir
tlculam call on .Miss Johnson, fort
street, near Vienna llakery
Kor Balo Cheajv Ono Universal add- i
log machine mid one Underwood i
t)powrllcr, both prartlcall) nev.
Addrers V. C , this offlro. 4ICC-lm )
Ono rubber-tired surrey, ono rubber-
tired bugg), one single harness;
very ihe.ip l)r A. It. ltownt. 777
S. King St. 44G5.lt
IU II. 1'. Wlntnn Aiitomobllo. Mode)
K Hool condition. Apply A. II.. I'.
O Mot "111. I'rico low, on easy pi)
I'oluler dog. IS months old; well
broke n, prlie (75 1)0. .1. W. Il.tr
ve), i: O Hall & Sou, Md. c
Handsome)) tanned and mounted
Alaskan grizzly rug. Address
I'tirnlkheil front room: 110 per
month. Sm ill housekeeping
room, suitable! for onn person, IS
per month, at 15C.1 Nuuanu St.
Itocirn nnd board In private family,
Mnklkl District. Address S , Hill- .
let In utile c. 4429-tr
two furnished rooms. Apply Mi.
U. McConnell, 1223 Emma St.
BOOMS AND BOARD.
Cool, inoscultei.proof rooms, with, or
wltbiitit'lioard, for single party or
couple". 732 Klnnu, near Alapnl.
Cool furnished rooms nnd cottage.
with or without board. 1(131
Nituami Avo, near School St.
I'rkes moderate. 44flMf
For Health and Beauty
Come to sec them.
Cor. Fort and King Sts.
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
178 BERETANIA AVE., near EMMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment.
lVii DAYTON I
137 MERCHANT ITUXT.
First-class residence property, lit
uated at Pawaa on King and Young j
streets. Building in first-clan or
der and connected with artesian wa
ter. Electric liht and gas. Alio
Kapiolani Park lots and improve
property at Hauala and other prof-
1129 Fort St. v
Fin Tcolli and Bum. "f.f'Ji
Boston Baked Beans. v!
Boston Brown Bread.
Best Home-Made Bread in Town.:
Ring up 107.
LATEST MILLINERY VM
New styles JmP'
being shown. .. ,;.WW
MISS TOWER. 1R$M
Boston Uldfj, Tort Streetfl
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