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HVKONO BUIXBTm, HONOLULU, T. H FRIDAY, NOV. 10, 1009.
Tores Wire Mattresses repaired t
tht Factory Honolulu wlr Bed
Co., 1260 Alapul 8t. Telephone
i'ee Sing Kee-Plumber and Tinsmith,
Smith St.. bet. Hotel and Pnuahl.
Japanese , Employment . Association,
.Muuanu and Pauahl SU, Call up
. phone 697 It' ou want a cook,
'good boy or servants.
MARIE KENNY, Dramatic Studio,
175 Dcrctanln. Phono 33.
How To Wrap
Pastboard boxes decorated with designs of Christmas
berries and holly make gifts look seme attractive we
have them all sizes. Santa Claus heads on gum stickers are
just the thing for scaling packages. Ribbons for tying are
also here. TliC3c, and a full line of Christmas novelties at
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.,
Alexander Young Building.
. (2 u "lwu-fr
The Usual Rate
MRS. KEARNS can. tiiafeCSond a
case of delicious GOLD JM EDA L
PRESERVES for HALF
Nothing Nicer for Christmas
FOR THANKSGIVING DAY, AND CHICKENS AS -WELI,
but we wish to call your attention to our Australian Beet
and Mutton, and Island Beef, Mutton and Iamb. It is the
best we have had for a long time.
. Metropolitan Market
W1LLIAH F. HEILBRON, -Proprietor.' -Telephone 45.
high-class paper-hanging, decorating.
and general painting.
JPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
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HUSTACE -PECK CO., LTD
63 QUEEN STREET 1)1
'Estimates given on all kinds of Draying, Teaming, Road Building,
) I 1 V '1
Reliable Super. vision
Firewood, Coal, Waiauac Sand For Sale.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL
AND, PERSONAL ESTATE.
Notice Is hereby given that under
and In pursuance of an ordor Issued
out of the Circuit Court of the First
Circuit, Territory of IJawnll, In the
cstato of Walter Chamberlain pea
cock, deceased, the undersigned as
Administrator with tho Will annex
ed of the Estalo of the said Walter
Chamberlain Peacock, deceased, Is
authorized to and twlll sell at public
aiictlon,, through J. i jMorgan, auc
tioneer, to the blgncst Ulucier ior
cash pn Saturday, tho 20th day ot
November, 1909, at 12 o'clock noon
of that day, at the front door of tho
Judiciary Ilulldlng, 111 tho city of
Honolulu, all the right, title and In
terest of tho said Walter Chamber
loin Peacock, deceased, of, In and
to all the following property:
First. All that certain piece or
parcel ot land sltuato on Ulshbp
street, between King and Morchnju
streets. In thc.-clty ofvHouolulu, Tor
rltory of JIawall, and more particu
larly described ns follows: Hegln
nlng nt a point on the southeast
side ot Ulshop street, said point be
ing 232 CO' 40.06 feet northeast f)l
tho cast corner of Merchant aid
lllshop sticets, tho coordinates pf
this corner Jrom astrcct monument
which marks the Intersection of i
10-foot offset In the street from tho
northwest line ot Alakca Btrcct and
an S-foot offsot In the street from
the, southwest lino ot ,Mcrchnnt
street being 2 in. 9 feet north and
11i7.SC feet west, nud running by
(1) 308 30' 85.30 feet;
229 00' 73.75 feet;
1116 46' 77.75 .feet;
52 GO' 93.22 feet along
Ulshop street to the initial
Area 0,7 15 square feet, ,
Second. All that certain piece or
parcel of land situate on t the east
corner of Nuuanu and .Merchant
streets, J n said Honolulu, and de
scribed as follows: t Commencing at
tho' cast corner ot Nuuanu and Mer
chant streets, and running:
(1) NCG 47' E, true CS.S feet
along Nuuanu street; '
S. 25 C3' V. true, 63 feet
along Jane; lVl '
S. C5 40' V. true C5 feet
along J. T. Watorhouso's
nroitertv : thenen
N. 2S10' W. true C3.7 feel
nlong Merchant street
Initial, point. ,
itrcn i.i.B square icni.
Third. All that, niece or parcel
ot land sltuato on the maknl slde'of
Queen street, malcal ot the Judiciary
Dulldlng, In said Honolulu, being
the same premises described In that
certain deed made by C. A. Peacock,
to W. C, Peacock, dated, September
30, 1892, nndof, record In Liber
135 on pagoi '480-482, and more
particularly described as follows:
Ileglnnlng nt iho east corner ot this
lot and on tho makal side ot Qeen
street, tho 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 n?Uuutl and distance , from a
Government Survey strcot monu-
niont at tho Intersection of Queen
and Punchbowl streets, being 239
GO' 235.2 feet, thenco running by1
(1). 08" 35' 113.9 feet along
land ot J. lluckloy;
14S G5' G5.4 fcot along
,fcnco iilqnjlnml owned by
Custlo & Cooke, Ltd.
24G 25' 10,5.0 feet along
L. C. A. 214 to Manulkl;
321 1G' G1.4 feci along ma-
kal stdo ot Queen street to
point ot beginning.
Area 0,220 square feet.
Fourth. All the right, tltlo and
Interest of said . Wa)tqr Chamber
lain Peacock in and.to four hundrod
and Bcvcutj-llva (475) shares ot the
c mil till stock of W. C. Peacock & Co.,
Limited, nit Hawaiian cnrpoiatlou,
evidenced by Certificates Nos. 53, 72
and 87, for GO, 300 and 125 shares
Terras Cash. ,
Deeds at the expense ot purchaser.
aqd sale subject to confirmation byi
me iirvuu cuun oi me nrsi uir
cult, of tho Territory of Hawaii.
,ir further .particulars apply to
uatca, Honolulu, October 27th,
. I 'CECIL lirtOWN,
Administrator With tha
, Will Annexed nt the
Estatn of Wnltor
, , , Chamboraln Peacock,
Oct. 28, 29, 30; Nov. 1, 2, 3,
G. 6, 8, 0, 10, 11, 12, 13. IS,
AND OTHERS ARE
Everythipg. Is Coming Our
Way Report The
MR. WOOD '.WRITES I FWM''
ORIENT Of; PROSPECTS
New Sources of Amusement Are Be--'injt
Developed for Benefit of
Our Quests Letters From Those
IIIE soap one finds
in most hotels and
sleeping cars is
tho kind one finds in
most sleeping cars and 1
Highly scented? Yes.
Colored? Of course.
But you need not use,,
it, if, before leaving
home, you have had the
fore-thought to slip a
half cake of Ivory Soap
in your toilet case.
994(tSo Per Cent. Pure
Assistant Secretary Cooper In his
weekly leport gives tho following
extracts fiom n letter lust iccelvcd
from .a icsidrntot Snohonilali, Wash.,
contains. In substance, , the huidcn of
n constantly Increasing numbei of In
quiries undo to the Piomollon Com
mltlc'o fiom all parts of the L'nllcd
"Deal Sli: I have been. much In
terested In sour booklet on Hawaii,
and I witto to ask sou if a man with
Biuall capital can get me any Infoini
ntlou about whether one can bit) n
small fnim, sa 20 acres. I mean
hind that Is partly linprocd, suit
able to r.ilbo fruit, cons and chick
ens. Let mo know what good land
can bo bought foi, nnd also If llioro
Is any opportunity to start In somo
small buslncsK, nud what kind. Will
ou nho send me u Honolulu Sunday
paper? 1 wljl cnclnso ten cents nnd
n stamped envelope niliircsscu. uiQ
mo nn other Information on tan
In regard to what Is required to start
Mr Cooper sajs: We hao not
only been ,rcccltug a .great ninny
letters llko this, but mnii slmlliir
9iics n ie being directed' to the Gov
ernor's cifllcc. tho U. S. Agilculturnl
Experiment Station, the Territorial
Land omqe, and to private citizens
1. ml bustnees firms.'. Many of these
are liclog referred to this olllce for
replj, and 1 ccrtalnls do not (eel that
the rcsponslblllt) ot replying to tlietu
Is a light one. I mention this be
cause I tdiould oniircclate liavliiR
l? anj suggestions from sou or any
other citizen Interested
Brieht for Tourist Business.
We have n eiy Intercslltnf Icttir
0 mo last man fiom our scciciiuy,
Mr. Wood, wilttcn from Shjiichnl,
Clilna. 1 lie lcttci deals larguy w 1th
lis pusenndons In Jj 11.111, and is
most iniour.tging. Hc'ua)s:
'I sluceicl) bt-lloe that a n ie
suit of my observations I shall bo
haunted tho possibilities (ft the Isl
ands without having been outside nt
Good Work-in Los Angeles.
Mrs. lloidlcc, our icprcsentiitlc In
l.oa Aligclfy, tends a very cntoitiag
lug 1 cport, In which she s.is:
"I hnvp hud more Inqulilcs thus
far this bcasuu than the whole of
Inst reason. If thin Interest kc-'pf
up, the present Inadequate Btcam
shlp service will bo still moro ap
parent. 1 linvo iccelvod irtcntlj n letter
from a Miss O'Neill, of llutte, Mont ,
who wishes to nrraiigcin excursion
to Hawaii, nnd wants specific dltct
tlons. 1 have wilttcn her fully.
1 have arranged, with quite u mini
tier of clubs and .sqcletlci for a lec
ture on Hawaii during the winter
season, and 1 now have Uic use of a
lantern, which I can opera tu m-
sclf wthout tost, and so am prepar
ed to glvo p ii lor ontert iliimniitB to
smaller hut mere sclctt audiences
two such evenings hnvo recently
been given nnd otlicis are tu ioi-
On tho magazine fccttlnn of the
Los Angeles Times, undir duto of
Ott. 31st, appeared an cnlciiiiu ar
ticle on Honolulu and tho Island 01
Oahu by Automobile, over tho slg
naturo ot Grncc Ilortcnso Tower,
who needs no Introduction to Island
people. I am preparing an article
for publication nlho."
Various Parties Coming.
Dr. George L. Jackson, M. D , of
Miami, Texas, writes;
"Ple.iso solid me descriptive book
let of Hawaii. I expect to visit that
couiitrj soon with a party."
Frank C. Clark, of tho Clark Tours
Agencj, writes to thank us for what
jvc have done to assist him, stating
th(it full G50 tourists will be landed
hero from tho hie S. S. Cleveland"
able to offer suggestions that will 'on &c morning of J.uufry ,23rd. to
Inn. I .. Itimn...... t. .. nnsitla tn... n t 1 . 1 . . m H. nMl.i
SuVscllpttons for any magazines or Combinations of jour choice In mng
njiwlfuipcrs; club rates given, Sin nzliioc, tho prlcis nn low, Mc-
Viancisco dully pipers 1 ear by
mall for SSjaaiisK monllis SI 00.
Oahu Stibscilptlon Agency, P. O
Ilox 200. Cl' 44GS-'t
,n ns&tstant engineer; onq who has
a fair knowledge of olcctrlcltv
'none oOier need apply. Address
Electrlclt), Hox 317, Honolulu
VcHing Man Uollublo nnd with
knowledge of stenographs, to as
sist bonkkcepot; give quolllUa
tloiis nud s.ilurs expected. U. C
Cottago Wanted -Two bed rooms;
near car line; will puy about 116.
Appl) W. W. W this olllco.
Well-furnlBlicd liiiuto, two bed
rooms; close In to town lltshop
Trust Co , Ltd . Itcthel St. ,4170-1
Tu pui chase Kcoud-hnud steamer
trunk; state size. A L.IIullctln
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin office.
Filipino boy, 1!) sears of age, who
speaks English, wants work, wil
ling to do ans thing. Address U,
Japanese Private Cooklag School
Families or hotels supplied with
cooks. C. M. Mntzlc, 1457 Auld
Lane, Phone 1G64.
First-class chauffeur; best Sin Fran
cisco references; wants position
Addicss T l. this office I4G9-21
CIiiio'm nnd Cosmopolitan for
SJ.00; World's Work, Delineator.
Evers body's nud Snnrt Set, alt
four for S 03 Oahu Subscription
Agent), I O Hox200 41CS-'t
Ferns Australian ind other varie
ties; also logs, baskets, begonias
and stephnolls plants. For par
ticulars call on Miss Johnson, Fort
street, near Vienna ll.ikcry
Some beautiful Adlutitum Fnr!e)cnco
or ust rul Inn Fern for file ut thu
icrldcnrc of Mis Cunpb'-ll, 1411
KaraihnniUia IV Itiud, Cur Itosn
St, Knllhl 4l7U-.it
lor Sale Chr.ip One I'nlvcrsnl ndd
Ing michlno and one Underwood
Open liter, liolli praillc.illy new.
Address F C , this olllce. 4450-lm
One jubbcr-tlrid rurrt. cum rubbcr-tlri-d
biigg). one hlnglo li.iriics';
very cheap l)i A 11 ltow.it. 777
S. King St 4IG5-IC
40 H-P. Wlnton Aiitomobllo Model
K Goo-1 condition Apply A II P.
O. Ilox 719. Price low, nil easy pay
ments. 4 153 tf
llati'lsomcly tanned nud mounted
Alaskan grizzly rug. Address
Furnished from room. 10 per
month. Sm ill housekeeping
room, suitable tor one person, 3
per month, at 15G3 Nuuanu St.
Room ami board In private fnuillv,
. Maklkl District Address S , ltnl-
letln oIUco. 4129-tt
Two furnl'hed rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma St.
A pair ot spectacles soman hero be
tween Nun inu and Knllhl Valley.
Hcwnrd for return to HorfBchlae
gcr Co. lluthel St. 4170-31
tend to Inn ease thu effectiveness of
our work throughout Japan mate
rlalls, but wll defer going Into tho
matter uptll ni ietur.n. Japan Is
natlclpatlng a vers good tourist' sea
ron. Tho hotel men and merchants
feci qulto cheerful uvci tho outlook.
Tho Unltcil S'atcs out rlliiites by , far
thu muscat pioportton of tlicjr tou
tsts, set singular to sas thc.ro Is no
ssstcmatii e rto it being mide to build
up this tiavil. Tho Wi'lcouic Society,
u most cxecllent Instltutlop, t prat-J
tlcalls without funilH nnd thq.p.irtlcsj
(iirccuj niuicsteii no not even pu
tcm to utislst, Fin;iuclal). c uiull
lions in e iinsitlsfiutors. I met, tnv
ci nl iiicmbeis of the Hoard of lin",i
Itrnorri of thf. Wi.tifiiiin Km loll iv-
pliiluud imr llnu, of work, nnd mgcdJ
inciu tu cuter upon an uggichhivo
campaign In an e-ffoit to turn i-umo
of tho until) millions now pom Ins
nnuuall) Into Europe, touurds .lap
an. 1 told them that 1 was bettlsh
In this us tho result ot their wink
could not but piovu of hcnelU to Ilu-J
leave on tho evening of tuc 24tn;
nnd vthat ho now has booked 759
passongcrs for tho return cruise from
San Francisco, duo to arrive here
Snturda), Fcbruar) Uth, at C a, m
Mr. Clark writes:
"I have heard to much about )oul
lovely Islands and the climate, from
Mr. Ford, that I should not bo sur
prlhcd If I spent tho rdt ot in) dn)s
there utter 1 retire fiom bustnos In
the .near future."
L (1 Monroe, Seeictnry of the
Spokane Chamber of Commerce,
wi'ltis that ho does po think the)
will bo nil lu to get up a p.uty of
iiioic than fifty or tho excursion
the) mo planning tp the slauds,a:iud
would llko tu know what. If any
JhlhA thu Honolulu organizations
would feel like doing townids in-tqrlulnlii,-;
tho .crowd when they gel
H A. llutchlmon, Mauugcr of the
Tour Department of tho Chicago,
Union Pacini, .mil Noithwcstcrn
Itnllwn) Line, is semilog our ndver-
A child's red coat. Howard If re
lumed to 303 Stnngcuwnld Ilulldlng
ROOMS AND BOARD.
A Large j
Is being made ready
for inspection, by our
113 Hotel St.
wall, liinsnmcli us v.o weru In n po-J Using imittci, rehitlvu to a scrliji of
sltlon to rati li n lingo poiioi.tngo, .pursouully escorted tours fiom Chi
ef tho tiavd coming ami going. I ,,iit, ((, cllfornlu, leaving Chicago
Icnl usbtuid that tin 'slop moi1 lio-anu .liunini) ISlh, IMiruai) Mill, and
vul to Hawaii will lueieasii iimto- Falmijir 2Jnd. 1010 In thisii nn-
One Trial Will Convince You
That our all hand work system gives the best finhh nnd the least pos
i- ctblc vcnr en the trumcut.
3, Abadii, l'top.
JJJD Bti'tlatua Ct,
1G, 17, 18, 19.
1HANK501VIN0 DAY AT
uiahu life pkaiant.
rlull) light ulong. I hud t-einely
rcglsloied today (nt the Palace Ho-,
tel) befoie half a duen globu trot-,
ters .wore dlicctcd to mo for Inform
ation about Hawaii. LJie entire par
ty will remain in the Islands fiom,
thieo in four weeks"
To Entertain Visitors.
I bellevo that it will mil) bo a.
hhort time until wo shall be nblo tu'
cffci an added vnilel) of iittrm tlomr
to tomlsts vitfliliig Honolulu, Sev-
irnl'cltlzous who huvu looked iloie
1) Into tbo miller liavu iissuied mo
that lluwiiil shoiild piovo olio of thu
mokt iittruetlvo plates lu tho world
o tiu ciitltuitlaHtli, angler, and thuy
;iro at woit now to demonstrntoithl
fact and to Bccuru .sppie, tihotograplm
which may be useii for advertising
purposes. Ouo gentleman who Is
working nlong this line, bus vlsltc((
thu famous Catullna, California, tub
ing gioiiiiiW, and tin Is eoiilldeiiL tliat
uui- walciN fui nut I that pluic. not,
oul) in thu iigulirlt) of thu Ui.liliij.
i--.boii, inu in mo criaicr niimnii'
of varieties of game fishes which wq'
There will also soon be n system
Htlznl uffoit miilu tu inguiiUu llsli
lug piitli-H, tuuiipiiig pirtle-s, ate.,
iimoiig Iho vlKitniH in tho Cits, thus
preventing as mutli na possible ier
tlMin from h-'pvllic the lei rltory with
lUc Imjire.tlon thajr they hint, c-
, The best in
1 e .
ROSES, CARNATIONS and other
iipiiiieeinculs It is stnted that n side
tlip has been arranged from San
Franilsrn to Honolulu for Uiomj who
duslie to visit the- Islands. I am Wrlt-I
Ing Mr. HutchliiMm, orTcrlng our
leivhes In any wa) we can, and
also udvlHiig our Los Angeles rep
rcccptatlvu tu do whut she (an when
Uio.pu(kn loach Los Angeles,
. i '
A now s)htum of serving out water
to. this city will boon bo put Into ac
tion. Contracts have been lot tor ad
ditions to Honolulu's watur s)stcm
which will add, when completed, 3,000,
Ooo gallium por day to tho water wip
pl) of thofclly, Tho contfait fin hor
lug two welU on.lUrcduil.i uveniio h la
liceu let to Mitandli-bs Iliollu'is a( ,
llcuro of 7.'00,iiud tho Honolulu lion
Wnrka hay secured tho eoftttiiit for
Installing the higli l(t pump on tho
cmuc (.trceUou a bid pf Jl'-'OO. lstlio
completion, of t.hls work tju- cty will
b divided Into to dlsiilits, which
Hill Ifp iphIbiiici iippir and lowe-r
lull Is Tho ill) pumps will be- us
elu'iird t,o tin- Rcctlons Hies can best
cuppl) according tu then p'' I i.i ct
Made up the latest or any style.
Fort and Bcrctania Sts.
Cool furnished rooms nud cottage,
with or without board. 1C.I
. Nuuanu Ave., ncir behool St.
, Prices moderate. 4150-tf
White Cross j
Iiw jieuuu ana iicauiy
Come to sec them.
Cor. Fort and King Sts.
' CALL BELLS
Installed in private dwellings
Union Electric Co.,
I. 0. CARTER Prop.
Beretania, near King Street.
On easy monthly payments.
BROWN & LYON CO,
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonic Euildinp, cor. Hotel and
iAnyoim inmcnl ot fint-class spco
lacks properly littcil tall on him.
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
178 BERETANIA AVE., near EMMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment.
Real Estate Agent.
137 MERCHANT STREET.
Residence on Bcrctania St., Knpio
lam Park Addition lots, Knpahiilu
lots nnd oilier pionctty.
Received ex Alameda a New Shli
ment of Iatcs( Stylesln
1028 NIJUANU ST
ggff'fvt !' crdi il BuKlIlN
vi bcins shown,
Boston nidtf. Fort Street,
autuUnti u pay
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