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TMIfl HAWAIIAN BTAII, Wtftttf BBDAY, QOffQiUlh 1M1.
Fine Offices to Let
On the WMond Hoor of th
w Oo.lius building, King
Will h ruiy by No vein.
HtMUdni loontion, mxson-
Alao a number of desirable
L. 0. ABLES,
Jtofil Estate Agent
Pacific Transfer Co.
Jar. II, Love
147 King Street
3Tlephona Main, 101
'P. 0. Box G83
Mm Honolulu Stock and Bond Exchangi
Office, Campbell Block,
-Honolulu, T. H.
Mectrie Flash Lights,
Clover Leaf Electric
Bike Lamps, Surgical
and Night Lamps, etc.
MAIN fe, 9Hk MAIN
tPEIflSON X POTTER CO., LTD
020 FORT STREET
.N II W AIM IIUTI Nll.il HS'V
H May I'o..
IVaraon A Puller
NiMI.e (W. Ialtu.
NIHVS IN A NUTS II Hlil..
)'imieniilM 'J hut Chit I'uuiIiiiimmI
.Vimn "f tin- Hay.
Tomorrow la dlMrltmUon day at Hie
Mr. iM Mrs. P. M. flu army lamrt hy
the aUamahlp Alameda today.
Mra. E. A. Fraarr of Mahukoua la a
ueat of Mr. and Mra. C. U WMrhl.
Mr. and Mm. .1. li. Atherton la re
by the Alameda today for the coMt
and the et.
Mr. and Mra. II. 15. Walty leave by
the Alatttetla for a vlalt of aonw month
in the gtotM.
V. MeAvoy wMI have full olmrna of
the bualneM of Wallace Pateous during
the lMer' abocm-e.
AVHlter Mcllryde linn baon appointed
deputy collector and liwpaelor at the
nort of Koloa by Collector Staokable.
Spratta patent dog cakes are und by
the leading Kennel owners throughout
the world. Sold by I'enraon & 1'oMer.
Madame Belle Cole the contralto
prima donna and lUlmund Peohotsch
the violinist leave by the Alameda to
day. Mra. Emma De Fries Is wild to be
preparing a claim to the crown lands.
She banes her clnltn on deecent from
ancient chiefs of .Maul.
Ah Chong Ih suspected by the police
of atealliiK $80 in gold and a ring from
Ah Fook, another Chinese who lives at
Camp No. 2 on Vineyard street.
Hawaiian pinenppels ripened on the
plants before being canned aro sold by
II. May & Co.. Ronton Block. There are
two kinds grated and sliced, at 25c.
A. II. Rltz, hospital steward and act
ing physician and M. Hardin, master at
arms, of tne iromiols will leave touay
on Hip Alameda for the, Coast to receive
Over 1000 persons applied for trees
and plants from the government nur
sery last Monday the Ilrst day for ap
plications since tlie free distribution of
these was resumed.
The HolllHtor Drug Co. have received
fresh .supply of Mulfards vaccine
lymph. This article is used exclusively
ly the IT. s. authorities and acknowl
edged t'o bo the safest.
W. O. Smith sails by the Alameda
today. He will go to New York and
probably Washington. If it is finally
decided 'to carry the test of the income
tax law to the United States Supreme
Court he will look after the appeal
The newly organized hospital corps
of the National Guard will see Its first
active service at the sham battle at
Halawa next Sunday. The corps Is now
belmr Instructed In the "first aid to the
Injured" section of the drill regulations
of the army hospital corps.
Captain Fox formerly or meniounieti
nolice patrol w'as a through passenger
on the Gaelic yesterday. He intends to
return to the island of Minuanao in uie
Philippines to engage In placer and
copper mining. If the mines there do
not turn out profitable, he Intends to
go to Korea. , .a
A class in pnysicai u-uuuhk
and girls under the age ot ten win
shortly be inaugurated by Miss Lillian
lt.inmi. nhvsleal director ot Uie loung
Women's Christian Association. The
names of those wishing to join may be
sent to the Y. W. C. A. headquarters in
the Boston building.
A SILVER WEDDING.
Sam Ledercr's Jubilee Anniversary l
o . t n,inm. nmt ivif vester'dav cele-
3aju ijcuvn-i ...... - -
brated the 23th anniversary of tholi
wedding. They were married m ban
Francisco, octooer z, isio, wiu uwuc
being a Miss Rosenberg. The couple
i ,.. .fliiiiimn Mrs. Cantalll
Soule. Miss Hilda Lederer, and William
Lederer. . . ,
The happy occasion was observed oy
th .,,, 1,. lncit nlirht at tile LlVlllgStOn
residence, 782 King street, Mrs. Llvlng
t.... i. i.,., n siuior nf Mrs. Lederer.
Sllfll llClllh " .... ... - -
There was a family party at the din
ner table ana aiier unmet huiuj
it,i tn rtffpt nnncrrn. tula t ions
li iciiun uniictt -w "
and good wishes. Dancing was enjoy
ed later, the Quintette ciuu uemg piea
ent. Mr. and Mrs. Lederer received many
nresentH from friends and relatives here
and on the Mainland.
FRANKENSTEIN In Honolulu, at the
Fort Street House, at a o ciock, ucio
ber 23. 1901, Samuel Frankenstein,
aged 20 years. He leaves a wife and
child in Chicago.
Funeral Thursday. October 24, from
the undertaking establishment of II.
II. Williams at 1:30 o'clock. Interment
at Pearl City Cemetery.
PI, ananilnn .tnnilorPfl hV Ml. And
Mrs. Joseph B. Atherton at their resi
dence, Fernnurst, lasi evening, in iiuu-
rt nn nnil his wife. Mr. and
Mrs. Frank C. Atherton was very
largely attended, several hundred
guests coming during me noura ui me.
reception from 8 to 10 o'clock. The
house was ueauiiiuny ureumicu
throughout, and the tropical follaged
grounds were charmingly illuminated.
The guests were received by Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph B. Atherton and presented
bv them to Mr. and Mrs. Frank C.
Atherton. There was music through
out and refreshments were served on
Fine Job Printing, Star Office.
AND FORT STREETS
Stock uiiil Uond Brokers,
Firo Insuranco Agents,
Careful Attention Given to
In Stock or Ordered from
J AS, R MORGAN,
Auctioneer and Broker
65 Queen Struct.
1. 0. Jlox tiiM Tolujihoiio 72
Residence on Prospect street. Lot
contains over 1 noro.
Dwelling contains, parlor, dining room
kitchen, 3 bedrooms with clothes closets,
Grounds planted with valuable tropi
Situation commands the finest view of
city and sea, of any residence in Hono
lulu. Rent $50 pur month to a good
JAS. F. MORGAN,
65 QUEEN STREET.
The undersigned will receivo appli
cations to lease lots In the "SCHMIDT
CENTRAL BLOCK" on Berotnnla
street. No. CS8, adjoining the premises
of the Queen's Hospital.
This valuable property will be divid
ed into several business sites and offers
a fine chance to Investors in Real Es
tate. Suitable for Stores, Lodging
Houses or Dwellings. Applications for
lots will be treated In priority and it
will pay to make early applications.
An Important feature of these leases
Is that the lessee has the option ot
purchasing his lot In fee simple during
the term of his lease at a figure based
on the rental he Is paying.
Terms and conditions of lease with
amount of rents nsked can be had on
JAS. F. MORGAN,
63 Queen street.
Horses, Mules and
The business of the HONOLULU
STOCK YARDS CO, Is now being clos
ed out and all stock Is offered at private
The list comprises:
Carriage and Buggy Horses.
Hack and Express Horses.
California and Hawaiian Mules.
Buggies, Hacks, Surrles, Phaetons,
Sets of Single andtDouble Harness.
These are for sale at low rates.
Call early at the stables and take
JAS. F. MORGAN,
C. A. RICE.
Under instructions from the owner I
offer for sale that fine residence and
property situated on Klnau street be
tween PUkol and Keeaumoku streets.
Grounds are 50 by 90 f ot with ce
ment sidewalks and curbing. Servants'
quarters with patent closet and wood
house In the rear.
Main dwelling house has sitting room.
dinning room, kitchen, largo pantry,
mosquito proof lanal down stairs. Three
bedrooms, five clothes closets, large hall
way, bathroom with hot and cold water,
mosquito proof lanal upstairs.
House has electric wiring and fixtures,
cozy corners, window seats, large front
lanai 10 by 24 feet.
Further particulars and plans of the.
JAS. , MORGAN,
Auctioneer and Broker,
65 Queen Street,
P. 0. Box 501 Tolonhono 72
TO SPHND THREE OR
lfOUlt YUAlt IN Till
STUDY OF MUSIC WHEN
ONH CAN PRODUCIG SUCH
FROM THIS AUTO-HARP
AFTER A FEW HOURS
WORK. WI3 HAVE THEM
COMPLETE WITH SELF
INSTRUCTOR. SEE OUR
ILL, NICHOLS CO,, LTD,
Food alone will not always
make one strong. In this climate
the system needs a tonic, some
thing to give vim, vigor and life.
There's more truth than poetry
about "that tired feeling."
About ten out of every ten have
It. It's simply nature craving
for something It doesn't get from,
Good malt extracts aro highly
recommended by physicians for
a run-down condition. Much de
pends, however, whethci you get
the real grain extract. Why then
take chances when you can get
the best? That's
' Royal Malt
Brewed from selected barley.
Every bottle full of stret-gth-glvlng
nutriment. It's beneficial
effects will bo felt at once. It will
give you vim, energy and restor
ed strength. Insist on getting1
K-O-Y-A-L and accept none
"Just as good."
PRICE 25c. BOTTLE.
H. P. BALDWIN President
J. B. CASTLE. ...First Vice-President
W. M. ALEXANDER. ...2d Vice-Pres't
J. P. COOKE Treasurer
W. O. SMITH Secretary
GEORGE R. CARTER Auditor
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar Com
pany, Haiku Sugar Company,
Pala Plantation Company,
j Nahlku Sugar Company,
Klhel Planta.lon Company,
Hawaiian Suear Company,
Kahulul Rail.oad Company,
Tho California and Oriental
Contractors mid 'ulldors
Painting and Puper (lunging
Opp. Oabu Lumber and Building Co.
King street. No. 450
Telephone, Blue 3531.
PAINTER AND PAPER
Kukul near Nuuanu Street, Honolulu.
Nuuanu Street, - - - Near PauahL
Chairs from .....J ,75 up
Tables from , 1.25 up
Bed Room Sets from,,, Sfi.00 up
Meat Safes from '1.50 up
Mattresses and pillows at very rea
P. O. BOX 912.
Shirts SaerifiGedi m
News for Men this Week,
The' Nfew Y'ork shirt manufaoturers
are already showing thele 1302 patterns
of shirts. Anomalous as it may seem,
these shirts will be worn en the streets
of Honolulu before they are seen on
Broadway. That's because It's always
"We have ordered our quota of the
nw shirts and In order to make way
for them, we place tli& balance of the
old stoak on salo at
35 Cents apiece
Don't make the mUtake of thinking
that those are Inferior shirts, Just- bo
cause they are cheap. They arc ro
BUlar dollar shirts of fine Madras, solid
colors and perfect fit. A dollar docs to
day what it would have taken three to
do a few short months ago.
With the negligee shirts we have plac
ed a few fine LAUNDERED WHITE
SHIRTS which will go at the same
As a bait? Well, yes, as an extra In
ducement to get you men coming In.
here for your furnishings. These shirts
are of "Wachusett" and "Garland'-
manufacture, with fine 2400 linen
bosoms and wristbands, felled seams,
reinforced back and front and with
long full dress, or short bosoms. But
there are not many of. them, so you'll
have to step lively, gentlemen, if jiou
would participate In the spoils.
Three for a Dollar
A Law la In vogue
In Paris that tbla
Shall be used: In all
IN USB AT THE
Silent Barber Shop
Arlington Blook, Hotel Street.
fyew . .
The Harbor Restausant, Fort Street
opposite Allen & Kobinaon'a Lumber
yard is now open foa business.
Established In 1S72.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
LUMBER AND C0A1
D00KS, SASH, BUNDS,
Paints, Oils, Glass,
Wall Paper, Etc.
Cor. Fort and Queen StreeU
HONOLULU, H. I
P. O, Box 903.
Tel. Main 3351.
35 Hotel Street.
We ReceiTed a
Large Stock of
1120 NUUANU STREET,
TELEPHONE WHITE 3271.
Tinware, Paints and
Oils, Crockery and
P. O. BOX CM.
39 N. King Street. Tel. Main 393.
King Street, opposite Railway Depot.
Has Opened a
Island aad California Fruits, Cigars
nd nhacrn and California Potatoea.
Note TTonrin mil TTa. an. 1
and Fine Commercial Printing at th