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KVKNtNq BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. H.. TUESDAY. OCT 23, 1900.
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The New Dr. Bailey Forage
Cutters
The only machines made Willi 3 drawing and shearing cut; a
nirlliod dcmonctiated by years of experience lo be the best.
It It superior to any culler In the market (or hay, alfalfa, sor
ghum, cane tops, etc.
Six ies for hand or power Send for descriptive circular to
i. O. MALI- S: SON, Limited
COR. KINO and TORT STS.
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Bishop Trust Co.,
LIMITED.
Fop Rent
One store on Fort St. $25.00 per mo
Dwelling; house Pensacola and Wilder
Ave, $25 00 per month.
For Sale
2 1-4 acre adjoining Daocball Crounds
Rental $35 00 per month. Could be
increased.
Kalmuki 120,000 square feet; 8 large
lots; $300.00 per lot.
Puunul 50,000 square feet; cleared;
between car and Country Club. A
bargain.
I CAN SELL
YOUR REAL ESTATE OR BUSI
NESS NO MATTER WHERE LOCA.
TCD. Properties and Business of all
kind sold quickly for cash In all
parti of the United States. Don't
wait. Write today describing what
ou have to sell and give cash price
en same.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
any kind of Business or Heal Estate
anywhere, at any price, write me
your requirements. I can save you
time and money.
DAVID P. TAFF,
THE LAND MAN.
415 Kansas Avenue,
TOPEKA KANSAS.
REAL ESTATE FOB SALE.
5 Building lets in Manoa Valley, 1-2
ere each, $1000 a lot.
Beautiful site, braolng air, magnifi
cent view.
Albert F. Afong,
Telephone Main 407. P. O. Box 795.
832 FORT ST.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
BOND EXCHANGE.
DAVID DAYTON
1ST MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and Other Desirable Localities.
HOMES FOR SALE
ON WILDER and GULICK AVES.
No Reasonable Offer Refuted.
P. H. Burnetrt,
Attorncy-at-Law and Notary Public
Real Estate, Loans, Collections.
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses,
nhoneo: Office Main 310: Rss.Wh.1341.
THE COBWEB CAFE,.
QUEEN and ALAKEA GTS.
FINE MEALC,
WINES, LIQUORS,
AND BRER.
TEL. MAIN 492.
-Camara & Co., Props.
$nec.ai .le
STEW PANS and GA.IOEN HOSE
rISHNETS, TWINE AND BRONZe
WIRE CLOTH AT
A. FERNANDEZ & SOR,
Nos, 44 50 King St., Katsey Block, bet.
Nuuiiiu and Smith St.; Tel. Main 189.
BUILDING MATERIALS
0P ALL KINDS,
Ihiliu In Lumber ind Cor.i
AW. EN. A "PHINBOH,
queen, 4T., 1 1 i i t HONQMIIiUi
LISTEN!
The secret of making a rich
appetizing cup of coffee Ilea
principally In getting
MAY'S
OLD KONA
COFFEE
Put It In cold water; then
keep It on the fire until It
bolls. The result will be a
delicious beverage.
25 CENTS THE POUND.
Roasted and ground fresh ev
ery day.
Henry May & Co.,
LIMITED,
TELEPHONE MAIN 22.
I
Help for all.
Trademark Registered
Wallach's Indian Remedies
A Sure Cure for Piles, Old Sores, and
All Kinds of Skin Diseases and
Impure Blood.
FOR SALE ONLY BY FIRST-CLASS
DRUQ 8TORE8.
Made and put up by The Honolulu
Remedy Co., J. Lor. Wallaeh, Mgr.
Want Your
Carriage Repaired
If you want first-class work
manship at a low price, call at
repair department of
SclMiman Carriage Co.,
QUEEN ST. NEAR FORT.
STEIN WAY
AND OTHER PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO COMPANY.
156 AND 158 HOTEL STREET,
Opposite Young Hotel.
WHILE IT LAST8, GOOD
Quava Jelly, 4c a Lb.
MRS KEARN'S
FACTORY HOTEL STREET
'PHONE BLUE 1411.
Horse Clipping
LUKE ROGERS Is back again from
Maul, clipping horses at the old stand,
corner Punchbowl and King Streets.
-FIN
Japanese Goods
c AT
SAYEOUSA
NUUANU STREET.
FINE LINE OF
DRY GOODS AND SHOES
WAH YING CHONG GO,
Kf,q BT EWA Ullie MARKET.
No Master Found
AS YET
For Morning Star
Who will go In command of tli'
MornliiK Htnr wIiimi sliu nails from this
poit ugnlii for Seattle Is still tin unset
tled quest Ion. No one lini )et been
lomiil to take charge of her. Captain
Garland will not go out In her ngal'i
W. W. Hall Rays that Captain llnrlan.l
Old not wish lo go Inst time, but was
urged to do so and finally consented
It wns rumored that Captain 1'lllz
might be the man, but Captain I'lllz
mates emphatically that this Is not
bo, thai lie lias no Intention of going ,
anil that the position was never offend
to him, anyway.
There Is also trouble In getting a
mate. The niun who sailed the first
time as mate will not be allowed to do
to this time, and has sctered his con
ni'Ctlon Willi the essel Ills certificate
I expired nearly two years ago, and lie
i nas never nail it lenewd, in rexuia-
I Huns permit n man, who Is adjudged
competent, to null us mate of n vessel
i If the captain states under oatli that lie
Is unable to get u duly qualified mate,
i n in It was under these conditions that
the matii sailed the first time.
I Hut on account of recent develop
I inents and some Internal dissensions,
ll Is said, lie will not go us mate t tits
time. He has been trying to get per
mission lo go out us master of the ves
sel, but this Collector Starkuble re
fuses to grant.
The Morning Hlar has been undergo
ing repairs slum sliu came back, and
Mr, Hall expresses the. belief that she
Is In condition to make the voyage to
Seattle. When she will sail again Is
not yet decided. It will probably be
mime time next week, the agent says
if th mutter of a lommander and crew
tan be settled by that lime.
PASSENQER3 ARRIVED.
From San Francisco, per U. H. A. T.
Sherman, Oct. 23. Major Harry C.
Hale. O. II. Wheeler. Wm. I.. Kenly,
Win. II. I'alne. Win. II. I'alnv. It. I'.
Cardner, Henry 8. Wygaut, Edward
I'. Hocklilll, Win. M. l'arker. Carl L.
Stone. J. II. Neff, I.. K. Cheatham.
Frank SktvvaiM, CI. A. Wleser, Wm.
I). Hliepard. 8. C. taring. Rodney I).
Smith, W. J. O'l.oughlln. II. It.
Drake, Chester A, Loop, J. I.. Mc
Gree, Hurry II. It. Xlimneruiau, Jo
eph II. l'elot, Chun. A. I.cwIh, C. I..
Davenport, II. K. taughroy, Fred. A.
Cook, W. W. Hose, Ralph A. Jones,
Harry A. Schwubo, Frank M. An
1rwH l-ntiltt A. Mnirlll. Arthur Htnkti
I Alleyu I', ration, Thomas Latterly,
j Kdgur , Itunyoii, David D. Connell,
I". W. llreck. Mrs. C. . Wheeler and
I foii. Miss Amy Gardener, Miss Mar-
Jorle Appel, Mrs. J. 1). Rrwin and
(daughter, Mm. W. H. I'alne, Mrs. J.
T P,,nrn.l n wl nltll.l M ft, II V H.
denvr and child. Miss Carol Smith,
Mrs. II. Arnold and two children,
Mrs. E. I. Uackhlll, MrH. W. M. Par
ker, Mrx. Stone, Mrs. J. II. Neff, Mrs.
O. A. Wleser. Mrs. Rachel II. Ulssell,
Mrs. II. K. Ilathway. Mm. Jas. K.
Sterling, Mrs. K. 11. Veddcr and child,
Mrs. C. M. Graven, Mrs. Rodney D.
Smith, Mrs. S. D. Aslunore, Mrs. J.
T. Tompkins and two children, Mrs.
V. W. llreck, M. G. Iirowne, wlfo and
two children; Harry W. Dawson,
Mth. W. M. Gracy and Infant, 1). W
I'alnler, Miss Gahrlclla Wilcox, Ctnra
Hullo White, I.aura I.lndlcy, Frank
II. Dexler, J. A. areenwood, Geo. C.
Parsons, K. W. Sncll, Mm. U. B.
Dolph and son, Mrs. Geo. Uritntli anil
three children, Mrs. John K. Johnson
and two children, Mrs. Charles M.
Shaw, C. 11. Mitchell, Mm. Walls,
Lillian Kllnnuist, Qeorgett Salnullee,
Mrs. J. A. Greenwood, Mm. F. Dex
ter and two children, Marie Robin
bon, Charles Harvey, Orient C. Watts,
August J. Roos, Herman W. Hless,
Hans Iloch, Angus Mcl.eod, Charles
N. Shaw, Win. II. Thomas, Herman
Von Ochsen, Joseph Hallworth, Chun.
P. Stevens, Thomas G. Thompson,
Geo. II. HuzzarO, lltmry I.. Gurtlcr,
Daiilel A. Ford, Arthur T. Verbcr.
James Phillips, II. II. Williamson,
I.. Zambacli. J. A. Murphy. W. E. Slu
ellng, 11. F. Pettlt, M. Tliomap, W.
II. Homer, W. H. Cadoy, Whitney
J. Clilsliolm. J. Murray. Mm. W. T.
Elllo'.t, Mm. Currle, Calvlu Dewltt.
wife and sou; Mm. C. F. Humphrey
Jr. and Infant, Mrs. 11. S. Wygunt
.nd two children, J. E. Heck, wife
and child; Sophie Sloan, Andrew J.
Merrill, Charles E. Usher, Albert S.
Thompson, Jessie 12. Haggard.
WEATHER REPORT.
I 'H, 8. Weatler Bureau.
I Uicsl Offi
j Oct. 23. lililti.
Temperuluies C a. m., IK; 8 a, ni
to; 10 u, in,, MO; noon, 8'J; morning
j minimum, 7t!.
Ilaromeier, 8 a. in., 3t),0fl; absolute
' humidity, 8 a in., li.34 grains per cu
! blc foot; relative humility, 8 u. in..
&8 par cunt.; dew point, 8 u. in,, G4.
I Wind 0 u. m, velocity fi, dliecllou
1 Kj 8 u. in., velocity 9, direction II;
10 a. in., velocity 1'.', direction NIC;
lioou, velocity 10, direction E.
Rulnfall dining 24 hours emltd
8 u, iu .00 Inch,
Tolul wind movement ilutllig 21
hours elided ul noon, 228 miles,
DIED
CASH In Honolulu. Oil. iiH Him),
(lUilys Miiilu Kiili'liiniliii (,'usli, I In'
nilly ili'iir und liiliiveil iliiiigliler nf
Mr uiul Mis, (), A. Vu, ul Ihn ugn
n( t )i'"in 4 iiiiMiilm uim) II il'i.
immt inthxhewcb
ARRIVED.
f Monday, October 22.
S. S. Lansing-, Conner, from I'ort
Harford, 3:30 p. in.
Tuesday, October 23.
T. K. K. 8. S. Hongkong Mam, Dent,
Irom Yokohama, 7:45 u, in. '
U S, A. T. Hliermati, fiom San Fran
cisco, 7:45 n. in.
DEPARTED. I
Monday. October S2. ,
Stmr. Ke Ait Hon, Tullett, for Kauai
ports, 6 p. m.
Tuesday, October 23.
T. K. K. H, S. Hongkong Mum, Rent,
tor San Francisco. 12 m. j
Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, for llllo and
way ports, 12 m. ,
SAILING TODAY.
Stmr. Maui, S. Thompson, for Kauai
ports, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Noeau, Pederson, for .Makn
konn, llonokaa and Kiikulliaele, C p. m.
Stmr. Llkellke, Naopalu, for Molokni,
Maul and l.anal ports, 5 p m.
SAILINQ TOMORROW.
O. S. S. Ahimedu, Dimrii'll, for San
Francisco, 10 a. in,
U. S, A. T, Sherman, for the Orient,
II u. in.
PA8SENQERS ARRIVED.
From Yokohama, per Hongkong
Mam, Oct. 23. I.. A Iff, Miss II. Axiima,
H .K. Hard. Geo. llarnej, J. C. Ucntz.
V., Iliad, I.. F. Dliigeimiiis. Capt. A.
Dougall. J. A. Due. M. (l. Eastman. W.
Evans. It. Goddard.'J. It. Hargreavcs,
Mm. J. R. Hargrejves, Mm. T. Hay
ushl, Mr. II. de Hees, A Helso und ser
vant, Mrs. A. Ilelsu und Infant, Miss
Fredu Nelse, Mm. Ilurssell. Hon. II. E.
Ido and servant, Mies Murgorle Ide. II.
Kukluclil, F. Kunagaw.i, T. Kelz, K.
Kodama, Miss M. Kuiozawii, A. D. taw.
I.. J. Leon, Mm. I.. J. I.eon, Judge W.
I.lnebarger, V. Mueda. Victor Marsh, J.
H. McNIel. AV. .Motoshlne. .Mrs. W. Mo-
toshlgu und luruut, .Master Motoslilge, ,
t.. r ... . . 1 .. .. . '
'". i. uguro ami muni, r. iieinecKe,
Geo. Ross, Mrs Geo. Ross, It. C. Ross,
Wm. Sorley, K. I- Stanford. O. A. Stev
en, K. Takeiuura, .Mrs. K. II. Thomus,
Rev. W. O. Valentine. It. Vogel, .Mm.
B. W. Wllllnuis, Miss Helen Wyekort,
George Yunkowsky
s e
PAS8ENQERS DEPARTED.
Per 8. S. Aornngl. Oct. 21, for the
Colonies. Mrs. tt T llnmii Mr mill
Mm. A. M. Richardson, Mr. und Mm.
w. r. uaii, .Mm. F Guard Wright.
T '
PASSENGERS BOOKED.
Per O. 8. 8. Alumeda, Oct. 24, for
San Francisco. Mr. und Mrs. May
field. Mm. So Parker, P. Iieiison. and
Wife. P. A. JUiik Mian (1 11. rlnrL-
Muster Kliig,,Mr. mid Mrs. C. II. Sn'y-(
der. Miss s. Parks, Miss i'elKer.,Mm.
K. II. Parlrlge, Mm. Cupt. Dabel und
child, Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Roberts. J.
A. Itolilnson, Mr, R. Clmmljcrlaln mid
: soiiH. T. E. Martin. J. II, O'Neill, J.
F. Hillary. J. 11. Agasslr and son. O. T.
Illlss. Alexander Yonnir. h'rnnt llnu-.
land, J. Medeiros and S children, ,M.
Kouza, wlfo nnd 2 children, M. Cnbrul.
wife und 3 children, August Lignum,
wife mid a children, Mrs. Fuldlng and
S children, M. I.usso and son, Aiilonc
Kodrlgues, Mrs. Mary lliirns and 2
children, J. J. Collins, Mrs. Olsson mid
child, Ausvhno. Fred Low. Mrs. Rels,
I.. Syker. Francisco I. Sllvn. August
llinnzo, wife and child. F. P. RlruUuka,
J. Rezents. wlfo mid 3 chlldien, George
Snyder, It. Semlde, E. A. Clark, J.
I''ralet. wife nnd 7 children.
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Blank books of alt sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by the llullotln Pub.
lulling Company.
WANTS
For Want Column S Page Six
WANTED.
At once, first-clans traveling sales
man. Must bo familiar with dry
goods line. Opportunity for litist
ler. Addiesa In own handwriting,
1'. O. llox 40. tf
L08T.
Illuu ullk shawl, at lluwallun Hotel
last Krlduy ovcnliig. If returned lo
this ollli'B no questions usked und
reward will be paid. tf
NEW - TO-DAY
CARD OF THANKS
Chock Chung, a Chluamuii who has
been uoiklng for 1'. C. Jones for thlr-ly-one
years, takes this means of
thanking Mr. Jones for his kindness
to lit in . Ho Is very sick unci, wishing
lo go back to China, .Mr. Jones made
hliu a present ol jnin). aG:'U-3t
Markham's "Man with the Hoe" Is
not as w,ell known as "The Man with
the Bill."
FOR
Bad Debt
Collections
SEND YOUR ACCOUNTS TO
Past Due Agency!
m KINO BT. TEU. MAIN 3M.
ON THR 0H0UNH FLOOR.
ff0irWt&
Attractive Exhibit of
SHIRT WAISTS
Good serviceable everyday waists of MADRAS, LINEN
- LAWN and PETER PAN, in Plain White
and Black and White.
Prices Range from 85c Up
ALSO HAND EMBROIDERED IRISH LINEN
WAIST PATTERNS AND SUITS
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
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CREMO
j 5c
CIGAR
DRIVES AWAY CARE.
Surpasses In quality any oth
er Sc. cigar In the market.
We invite comparison.
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
i 7
Wholesale Distributors.
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FRESH FLOWEW AND VEOETACLI
SEEDS FOR BALE.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
YOUNG BUILDING.
TEL. MAIN SS9.
Big Offerings
L B. KERR & CO., Ltd.,
ALAKEA
j THIS IS AN ERA OF GOOD VALUES IN THI8 STORE. We have never
made such good offerings, and you have never had such an opportunity to
learn how much a dollar will buy in this store.
I This sale is not a catch-penny affair but one of which we are proud. IT
IS A VALUE-GIVING CHANCE WE ARE TAKING TO DIVIDE PROFITS
WITH OUR CU8TOMER8.
Note the Prices:
QUITS OF CLOTHING Good material and stylishly cut,
FROM $8.!? TO 820.00
MEN'S TROUSERS from A DOLLAR to $0.00 the pair
White Duck, all sizes and all girths 81.50 to 82.00
For Boys and Youths, good material, well made, from..25 to 82.00
Ready-To-Wear Clothes For Boys
FULL SUITS KNEE PANTS No better ever offered, and the finish Is
equal to any made-to-ordor clothing; go to you during this sale at
Low Prices from SI. 00 to 88.00 the "'
PANAMA HATS London made.
MANILA DOUBLE PLAIT, regular at $3 50 NOW 81.75
.HOSIERY AND 80CKS AT LOWEST PRICES
1 from 2 PAIRS FOR 5 TO 75 A PAIR
ALL FAST COLOR8 AND FA3HIONABLE SHADES WOMEN'S
I HOSE FROM 10$ TO 50 A PAIR
! UNDERWEAR FOR MEN AND WOMEN Men's Undershirts at 25t to 75
Meahwork AT 75t. Worth Double
CREPE DUE CHENE, ORGANDIES, FiQURED LAWNS, ETC., AT
NEVER.HEARD-OF PRICE8.
8KIRTS
DRAWER8
GOWN8, beautifully trimmed
BHOEB FOR 81,00 A PAIH
oriuiio run
-
COME AND BEE
L, B. KERR &
Sue Quart Delivered 2. Gallon
HOW DELICIOUSII
Harry Strange' Pure
ICE CREAM.
'PHONE MAIN 206.
Two
Kinds
Of Soda
1st, Chambers Drug Co.'s
2nd. All Ihe Others
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fott and King: Sti.
PHONE MAIN 131
J. M. Levy & Co.,
QROCERIE8.
PHONE MAIN 149.
KING 8TREET NEAR FORT.
STREET
FRom 051 TO 81.00
FROM 35fi TO $1.00
FROM 50 TO 81,00
8HOEB FOR 81,25 AND
$l,rl,
OUR MILLINGHY
CO,, Alakea St,
mm
At Auction
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1906,
at my salesroom, 847 Kaaliumanu St.,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
ONE 1'lIAItTON In good condition.
At Auction
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1S06,
at my salesroom 847 Kunhumami St.. '
ONB SKVKN-YRAR-OI.U I'OI.O
PONY, fast and gentle.
Three Trains
Daily
VIA
UNION PACIFIC "
-TO-
IMA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS
Anal All Principal Baetern Polnta.
To Dtnrtt,
Kansas Qty
Omaha,
Chicago.
No Change
B rnir year ticket mat U tt
UNION PACIFIC.
Iter full Information can cat
. P. BOOTH, O. A.,
Parry Building, Ban Franclac, Cal
S. SAIKI,
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
S63 8. BERETANIA ST.
TELEPHONE BLUE 881.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
0EALER8 IN IMPORTED GENERAL
MERCHANDISE.
UNIQUE ARTICLES OF ALL KINDS,
841 NUUANU STRldr.
Tel. Main 26 p, o. Bov aia,
PRACTICAL PAINTHR AND PAPER
HANQER.
KAL80MININQ AND QRAININO.
GABRIAU DAVIEN,
ICOHNKH NUUANU and PAUAIII SI,
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