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10 m pacific; oommbboial advbmim.: - JAb. r, ttOKUAfi Ex Queen PEOPLE TOMORROW. mm n mi. 33 Queen Street. P.O. Box 894. TttojsMfii 72- Auction Sale r in Pillow Sheetings. 100 pieces Special Attractions In following departments for the next few days. Domestic Department Grand value Cottons and Special lead 10-4 Sheeting 20c yd. Bedspreads best value ever offered; 75c, $1, $1.25. Dress Department Splendid assortment oi India Linens, Farsian Lawns, Madras, Muslins at prices lower than ever. Fine line of Fancy Mus lins and Percales, lovely designs, 250 pieces no two patterns alike. We will offer these at 10c yd. Millinery Department Ladies' Rough Straw Sailor Hats, new shapes Men's Furnishings Four Fold Linen Collars very latest shapes, all sizes, S3 lor 25c. Men's Patent Elastic Seam Drawers, all sizes, our price 65c. Boy's Clothing Tweed K. B. Pants, sizes to fit Bo'ys 3 to 1 4 years, 25c pair. THEjHMIT Finest Transport Here Again. MANY LAdTesTrE ABOARD Recruits, Officers, Nurses, Officers' Wives and Others En Route to Manila. One of tlm finest and largt -st troop ships in the world, the United States Ar my transport Grant, arrived in this port early yesterday morning from San Fran-cls-co. She sailed from San Franciseo on the lKth instant, and has aboard recruits fur the Philippines, Hospital Corps men. SiKnn-1 Corps men, officers, civilians em ployed by the Government, nurses and the wives and families of a number of othcera in the Philippines. At 12:10 o'clock in the afternoon of the Pith Instant, the Grant left tier berth at l-olsom Street wharf in San Francisco and dropped into the stream, sailing soon atterward for Manila, via Honolulu and .in. In the stream the Uraiu took on 1,380,OM in money which had arrived at the wharf a moment after the transport s line tui'l been cast off. Tlie moneyis in tended for the troops in the Philippines, and is In charge of Major Hamilton Wal lace, paymaster of the Army. In consti tuted a truck load, ami was guarded by ,i lined soldiers on tlu; way through the Streets of San Francisco to the dock. The Grant carries no regular troops. Phe large body of recruits which lined the railing of the big transport as she left the dock furnished the usual amount shouting and hurrahs. Among the notable passengers are Mrs. Funston, wife of General Fred. Funston; Miss Smith, sister of General James. F. Smith; GUonel M. C. Goodrell of the Marine Carp; Captain Dubois of the Forty-sec ond Fnited States Volunteers; Lieut. J. I. Hasson of the Thirty-fifth Infantry; Lieut. U M. Cutts of the Eleventh Cav ilry; Lieut. K. H . Tenner of the Sixth Cavalry; Lieut. K. B. Howell of the r lll- piho Cavalry; Act. Asst. Surgeons W. 1$. McLaughlin, M. A. Probert and v . J. Lyster; Major T. C. Prince, quartermas ter of the Marine Corps. In audition, tne Crant has aboard sixteen male civilians. twenty-seven female civilians, six chil dren, three female nursi s. One commis- ary sergeant, seventy-four members of the Hospital Corps and 507 recruits. Mrs. Funston is accompanied by her sister. Miss ' Blankart, and intends to rrake her home In Manila for some time to come. The General is now operating the vicinity of San Ysidro, ami his wife OF Horses and Colts. ON SATURDAY, OCT. 27, AT 12 O'CLCCK NOON. At the HONOLULU STOCK YARDS COMPANY, corner of King and South streets, I will sell at Public Auction, about twenty head of Horses and Colts. Several of Duke Spencer's Colts; some of them broken. JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctr. Grand Credit Auction Sale -OF- PIANOS! WEDNESDAY OCT. 3i. 1900 AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. By order of Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd., I will sell at Public Auction to the high est bidder, 8 PIANOS 8 Eight BRAND NEW American made Kingsbury Pianos Just arrived ex S. S. Zealandla, and for want Of storgtie room will be sold to the highest bidder at my salesrooms, Queen street, on above date. There are three sizes and qualities. Each Piano is fully warranted for five years, and will be kept in tune one year free of charge. This make of instru ment has been in use in the Islands for the past FIVE YEARS. her future home Is Our first consignment of this year's pack of FANCY TABLE FRUITS. EVAPORATED FRUITS. GREEN PEAS. SUGAR CORN. ASPARAGUS. Also, a general replenishing of our Cereal and Fancv v H. MAY St eM LTl 2-BIG ST0RES-2 The Waterhoise Store. Thr iWrimvr J 7 . 'wmjiw jiyff I BETHEL STREET. W rtst vm ""VI - - - v vun n mi anii k dt r v Telephone 24. Telephone 22. 9& "fl I Honolulu Stock Yards Co, LIMITED. J W. H. RICE. PBBSIDEXT. W. S. WITHERS. mSmJ and has proved its wearing quality to be of the best. To families of moderate means this opportunity offers splendid induce ments, as it will require only a SMALL PAYMENT the balance in monthly in- down, and stallments. YOU MAKE THE PRICE. This opportunity will never occur again, and it is offered solely on account of the storgae and salesroom floor be ing required for HOLIDAY GOODS now arriving. Pianos will be on exhibition all day Tuesday, October 30, at my salesrooms, Queen street. Don't miss this opportunity. 75 GENTS. I ! cannot tell just when located. Mrs. FlUMton is as handsome as when Hhe lirst sailed for Manila, th- rriie of Qu then t'olonel of the Kansas regiment. When her husband returned to Manila, the ruler of the War Department would not permit her accompanying him. But matters are different now, and Mrs. Funs ton, while leaving not a few regrets be hind, looks forward to happy days in the Walled city. Her sister Is to remain with her several months. There arc about twenty-five wives of army officers in the Philippines on board who have managed to cut the red tape Of the Department. Oiih wife, however, was not so fortu nate. This was Mrs. E. B. Howell, the bride of a newly made Second Lieuten ant In the cavalry. Her husband is a pUMgtf on the Grant. The two were married within the month. Howell had served in Cuba as a sergeant and went out to the Philippines with the same rank. Hi was invalided home and while at the ' PresMH be met and won Sadie Aubrey, j The young woman was then the promised j bride of Arthur L. Harris of the Hospital I Corps, who was in the Yosemite Valley with the Sixth Cavalry. She wanted to i marry Harris before he went away in l:i -t March, but he deferred the wedding until this month, when he would be free from the Army. He reached San Fran- cto o on the day following the wedding of his affianced. iw. nty-s. ven recruits ordered to sail Under instructions from Mr. HENRY f I, t V. II I r. . I n , . .);..... i ;:. ",red on the" night pr.viou to YE DAVIS- 1 offer for at PubliC and as they were nowhere to be found Auction at my salesroom, 33 Queen when the transport made ready for de- street, Honolulu, pariure imm fian franciseo, thev were left behind. Many of t :. ' ' 'ii - ' m r win uuiiiirij rciurii aim ten iv: commanding officer long tales of woe in the hope that they may escape the se ver,- penalty that fits their offense. JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctr. Auction Sale OF A 1UIE 111 ! i SttrUftt O5 WEDNESDAY. OCT. 31, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON. HIS VALUABLE HOMESTEAD l'UNAHOU, HONOLULU. AT They are. however, amenable to court r.artial and unless thev can give a sub stcntial reaspn for their shortcomings j THIS ELEGANT RESIDENCE faces they will probably be summarily tried and the Punahou campus, and has a front- sentenced. age of 200 feet on Dole street, extending The Grant is docked at the Navy wharf through 400 feet, with a frontage of 200 ami is taxing on coal. She has a great feet on Wilder avenue. quantity of stores and supplies aboard The main dwelling house in substan- ni me Army in the Philippines. It is ex- tial repair, contains four large, mos pectea that she will sail. for Manila vie. quito-proof bedrooms, large double par- ruam on Saturday or Sunday. ClDtalll Ion. ilinlnc.rnom nirlp voronrina onH Schiller is the navigator of the Grant. TURNKEY MELANPHY INJURED. r A. Drunken Prisoner Named O'Shea Gashes His Cheek. A disturber named O'Shea went into a salcon yesterday morning for a drink. He dian't stop at one, but had several, and socn after partaking of the many, felt so good that he threw schooners of beer over the other patrons of the bar out of sheer devilment. The bartender, when he thought the thing had gone far enough, called a policeman and O'Shea was es corted to the "cooler." Arrived at the station and the custo mary formalities having been gone through with, O'Shea was handed over to the charge of Turnkey Melanphy. As the prisoner proved somewhat obstinate, the turnkey was obliged to bring slight physical persuasion to bear In order to conduct him to his allotted quarters. Sud denly O'Shea turned on Melanphy and struck him a terrific blow with his chnched fist, squarely In the mouth, knocking him down, loosening several of his teeth and Inflicting an ugly gash in his lip, which required twelve stitches to make both ends meet. Two charges have been preferred against (J Shea, one of mallcloua injur' and the other of assault and batterv. L B. ERR A CO, Ld. Queen Street Honolulu. hallways. Insect proof clothes and linen closets; bath with hot and cold water. etc. Rapid Transit will pass in front of. the. Electric lights throughout. A large COTTAGE adjoins the main buiiUing. Sanitary drains throughout. Large coach house and stiibles; ser vants' quarters. uairy and chicken houses, etc. A pleasing feature of this superb homestead la the skillful management and planting of trees and shrubbery. The trees, now at full growth, present a scene of tropical beauty, the result of years of culture and expense. Among the large variety of fruit trees now in fruit or blossom are oranges thirty large seedlings, now In golden fruitage: mandarin and Seville, sweet and Sicily lemons, custard and star ap ples, sweet and soursops mangoes, over twenty varieties. Including the celebrated Ceylon No. 11: alligator pears, over fifty trees of different va rieties; breadfruit, cocoanuts, plums etc. Avenues and driveways are lined with eiegant-royal palms. itllS V ALUABLE PROPERTY will De offered at an upset price of $20,000. ierms, part casn. Intending purchasers wishing to In spect tne property, must call at my of nee, h wueen street, for permit card. 'harles A. K. Hoplmis, bailiff of the Circuit Court, has received the Cana dian patents for his new safety envel ope, and he expects to put it on the market in Canada within a short time. Mr. Hopkins has patented the envelope In England. Germany and Canada, and patents are now pending in the Unit ed States. The device is an ingenious one, and so simple that it should prove a money making scheme for its inventor. The highest standard is found In Spruanee. Stanley A Co.'s celebrated brands of Kentucky whickers. JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctr. JAS. F. MORGAN if i ll 33 Quen Street. P. 0. Box 594. TtKffef 7 f T T T Honolulu Stock Yards Co, LIMITED. W. H. KICE, president. W. S. WITHERS, masiqii Visiting Shriners Should not fail to see our JAPANESE SILKS, KIMONOS, GRASS CLOTH, HAWAIIAN SILK FLA Just the thing to decorate your room with We also call your attention to the Fine assortment of DOILIES AND FRINGED TRAY CLOl Made of Silk and Grass Cloth direct from Japan. 3 OZAK I, WAVERLY BLOCK. HOTEL Light Single and Doable Driving HARNESS HAND-MADE, and unexcelled for durability and fiinish. Heaw Draft Harness For all kinds of heavy teaming. Plantation Harness For team, plow and dumpcart use. A Large Stock of Collars, Saddles, Whips, Robes, Saddlery Hardware, t- Horse Goods Of every description. TSLAND ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTEN- C. R. COLLI N5 TELEPHONE 2. P. O. BOX 507 Leading Harness Manufactured Established 1891