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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY JANUARY 13. IU00.
DOOLEY TALKS OF GRATICH03D
"This man Dowcy " began Mr.
"I thought ho wan yo'cr cousin
George," Mr. HcnncBscy Interrupted.
"I thought he was," said Mr. Dooley,
"but on lookln' closer nt his features
nnl.r-rcndln' what th' pa-apcrs says
nlxwt him, 1 am convinced that I was
wrong. Oh, ho may be n cousin Iv mo
Aunt Judy. I'll not say he nln't.
Thcro was a poor lot, all Iv thlm. Dot
I havo no close rllltlvcs In this coun
thry. 'TIS a way I havo Iv savin' a lit
tlo money. I'm like th' good an' gr
ratcful American people. Th' further
yo stay away from thlm th' moro they
HVo ye. SIcond-couBln-lv-nio-Aiint-Judy-Gcorgo
mado a mlstnko cotnln'
homo, or If he did como home ho
ourjht'vo Invlstlgatcd hli welcome an'
sro that It wasn't mined. A man cud
Bland up nil day an' lavo l'acky Mount
Joy whalo away nt him, hut th nfToc
(Inn Iv th' Amcilcan pcoplo la nlwnys
almod tliruo an' Is Invariably fatal.
"Th' la-ad Dougherty was In to-day,
an' ho oxpilsscd th' focllii's Iv this
grateful rnypuhllc. Ho sayB, says ho:
"Tnls fellow Dewey nln't what t
thought ho was,' ho hays. 'I thought ho
was a good, broad, llb'ral man' an' It
turns out ho's a cheap skate,' ho says.
Vo made too much fuss over him,'
ho says. 'To think,' ho says, 'Iv him
takln th' house wo glvo him nn' tur
rnln' It over to his wife,' ho-snys. ' TIr
Kcnnd'lous,' ho says. 'How much did
yo con-thrlhuto?' says I. 'I didn't glvo
nnnythlng,' ho s.io. 'The collector
didn't como around an' I'm glad now I
hung on to mo coin,' ho says. 'Well,'
sayn I, 'I npproehato yo'cr fcolln's' I
Bays. 'Yo ngree with th' other sub
scrlb'rs,' I says. 'Hut I've mod up mo
mind not to lavo nnnywan talk to me
about Dewey,' 1 says 'unless,' I says.
'ho subscribed th' maximum amount Iv
th' subscription,' I Bays, 'thlity-elght
tints,' I says. 'So I'll thank e to tip-
too out,' I says, "befurc I glvo yo u cor
rect Imitation Iv Dewey at th' battle Iv
Manila,' I hays. An' ho wlnt away.
"Th' throublo with Dewey Is ho. was
bo long away ho lost his undhcrstnnd
ln iv th' thruo feelln' Iv th' American
pooplo. Qcorgo r-rcad th' newspapers,
an' ho says to himself: 'Ho blvlns,
thoy think well lv what 1 done. I
.... Illl am... .,1I,. It. a,.., til. ,. fill '
llijn i. li JUL .1 mini in mu iiuim,. 1111
go homo, f'r to boo; 'tit hot out heio,
an' Ivrybody'll bo glad f'r to bee me,'
bo says. An' ho como along, an Now
York was r-ready f'r him. Th' busi
ness In neckties bad been poor that
summer, an' they was necessity f'r
pullln" it together, an' they glvo George
a welcome an Invited his admirers
fr'm th' cQiinthry to como In an' buy
something f'r th littlo wans at homo.
An' ho r-rode up Fifth avenue between
smllln' rows iv hotels an dhrug stores,
an" tin-dollar boxes nn" fifty-chit seats,
nn' ho Bays to himself: 'Holy smoke,
If Agnlnnldo cud on'l seo mo now!" An'
ho was proud an' happy, an' ho says:
Rnypublles nr-re not nlwnys ungrate
ful.' An' they ain't. Ou'y whin they
glvo yo much grntlcbood yo want to
ireczo some lv It or It won't keep.
" 'TIs unsafo f'r nnny ninn nllvo to
recelvo th' kind wurruds thnt ought to
be uald ou'y iv th' dead. Ab long as
Gcorgo was a lithograph lv hlmsllt In
n saloon window ho was all r-rlght.
When pooplo saw ho cud Bet In n city
hall hack without (lowers growln' In It
nn' they cud look nt hlm without smok
pii classes they begin to weaken In
their devotion. 'Twud'vo been th'
Humn. nlmost. If lio'il married n Pres-
bytecrynn an' hadn't deeded his Iioubo
to his wlfo. 'Dowcy don't look much
llko a hero,' snys wnn man. 'I Blind suy
not," says another. 'Why, nnnybody
ciid'vo dnno what ho did. I got an
elght-ycar-old boy, an' It ho cudden't
tnko a baseball club an' go in an' bato
that Spanish llcot Into Junk in twlnty
mlnylts I'd call him Alger nn thrndo
hlm oft f'r a bicycle,' ho says. 'I guess
that's nil r-rlght. They say he was n
purty tough man befuro ho left Wasli
'n'ton.' 'Suro ho wns. Why, so-an'-so-an'-BO-nu'so.'
'Yo don't tell mol' 'Is
thcro nnnythlng In that story about his
hcatln' nis poor ol' aunt an' her lllven
chlldcr out lv four dollars?' 'I guess
that's straight. Yo can tell bo th' looks
lv ho's n menu man. I niver-seo n
man with BQUlntln' eyes an- wnuo nnir
that wudden't reib a church!' 'Ho's a
cow'rd, too. Why, ho r-run nwny nt
th battle lv Manila. Ivryjjody knows
li. I r-read what Joo What's-Hls-Namo
wrote th' br-ravo corryspon
dlnt. Ho says this feller wns sick nt
his stunimlck nn' retired befuio th'
Spnnlsh tiro. Why, what'd ho havo to
fight but n lot lv ol' rowboats? A good
swimmer with fihnrp tooth cud'vo bit
his way thioiigh th' whole Spanish
llcot. An' ho r-run away. I toll yo,
It mnkes mo tired to think iv th' way
wo abused th' Spanyards not long ago.
Why, say, thoy dono a lot betther thin
iitH follow Dowcy. with his forty or
fifty, men-lv-wnr nn this gran' nation,
fifty, men-lv-wnr nir tins gran iiiuiuii,
miles away, star
dor nt his back
mllesaway, standlir Biiouiuer io Biiou -
iini nr niu niiiMt. i iil'v nnct iui-inv.ii
ovor their nronoity to their
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U' VPB '
'Yes,' says wan man, 'Downy was
"Well, what?" demanded Mr. Hen-
"Well " Mr. Dooloy conUuued, "I was.
on'y goin' to say, Hlnnissy, that in
Hnito lv me hatUrcd lv acorgo ns a,
mai-a marr ed man-an' mo con-
tlmpt f'r his qnalities as a lighter. In
spite lv' th' chickens lib hns Btolo an'
th notes ho, has forged nn' th' homes j
ho hna rooncd.-lf ho was to como r-run-1
1 . -,.l nn1 Vin n I relit IMtt'v
MIT UP Arcnuy ruuu, u Pv & r;
hoocd byjlaUIcsan'1 giflUenien
knnn nvfinuieaiiii' Kiuucmv
. i. II ...... 1. .. I .ntvintl (111 'TM'
.nf,,l nnnnln! 'FcloO-C tlZCnS,' 1U
sny, Mavo us,' I'd eay. 'Thoy so an
other hero down In Hasted Bthreot
that's ben married. Go. down an sh -varco
li.m. An' you, mo thrustcd col
lagncn lv th' press, dlsperso to yoer
homes,' I'd say. Hi keyholes Is clos
un f'r th' night,' I'd say. An' thin 1 rt
cow'rd. Lets go air stone nis nousu. "-i" ........ . - .y, ... .--
'No,' says tho crowd, 'ho might como sent her on her way buck to Lug and.
out Let's go down to th' v'llety show Dnt on tho way lioino sbo was killed,
nthlss bis Ditcher In th' klnctoseopo.' when tlio king heard of her fate-, ho
palajccm lv our nDeies pe am
with rotten eggs nn' oP crts, V open th
dure J'r hlm1, nn' whin ho como in Id
.. ,., l.ol.mil t nnl I'd Bay to til
mi. nin uut- wi.aiv .. ----
bolt tho duio an' I'd suy, 'Qcorgc, tako
ott yo'cr coat an' pull up to th' lire.
Hero's a noggin' Iv whiskey near ye'er
thumb an' n good scegar f'r yo to
smoke. I'm no hero-worshiper. I'm
too old. Hut 1 know a man whin I see
wan an' though ho cudden't como out
an' help yo whin th' subset Iptlon list
wlnt wild, be suro wo think as much Iv
yo as wo did whin yo'er nnmo was first
mluiloued be th' stanch nn' faithful
press. Set hero, ol' la-ad, nn' warrum
yo'er toes by th' lire. Set hero nn' r
rcst fr'm th' Grntlcbood lv yo'er fel-low-counthrymcu,
that as Sliakspcro
bujs, bltoth Hko n asp an' stlngcth like
a adder. H-rest hero as yo might
r-rest nt th' hearth Iv mtllyons lv peo
ple that cu. gtvcyo no house but their
"I dlnunw about that," said Mr. Hen
nessey. I ylko Dewey, but I think he
oughtn't give away th' glfo lv th' na
tion. "Well,' 'said Mr. Dooley, "If 'twas a
crime f'r nn American citizen to nave
his property In ills wife's nanio they u
o closo qunrthcis In th' plnltlnchrj."
R 1'. Dunne.
THREE BOY KINGS.
Rilmiiiiil, I M rod mill I2tly Were llnl
cin of Umiu When Yoniiir.
Wo of today nlwnys think of n king
iv n prince in being a creatnro with
nothing much to do bnt to enjoy llfo
ind bo waited on. Kings and princes
Jo not enjoy llfo any moro in fact,
not nt niuili as wo common mortnls
do, thongh I hey may tako their en".1
ind droi in silk and plush Now,
tlierownsii tinio win n even kings could
dot tako their wo, but lived in a con
itantstntoof turmoil and dauber Huu
Ircds and hundred" of ycai nno there
tcigued in England a boy kins filled
IMiuund. Ho was only 18 years old
rvhen ho caino to tho throne, and he
ivns tho first of ix boy Hints whoo
leigns woo diort and turbulent Ed
iiiniid was called tho Mngniliceut lie-
.nns0 ho tiiul to hnpiwo tho dres and
tho living of tho times; but, unfoitu
nntely for him, ho had a violent tem
per, which viH.n tndod his reign nnd hU
In thoso days tho king's p.ilnco con
futed of a few (looping npnitments and
n great dining linll, wluuo evoryliody,
from tho kin; to tho meanest servnnt,
dined nt tho miiio table. Tho kin?,
however, was nt ono end on i. rnii-ed
pliitfoiin. which distinguished hlm from
tho othcis who sat below.
It was tho custom then, nnd n very
beantifnl ono, to allow nny poor way
faier who might bo parsing to come in,
warm liinwlf and tnko Ms ilaco at the
tublo, Ono night King Edmund, nftir
ho bad rutcn heavily nivl drunk too
deeply, it is to bo feared, uotlced among
tlio company nt tnblo n noted outlaw
nnd lobber called Leof. This man had
been bani-hod froiu England, and when
tho king saw liim fitting thero ho flew
Into n mighty rngo at tlio man's pre
sumption, nnd ho commanded hlm to
I.cnf -aid. "I will not depart,"
J whereupon tlio fuolidi king, instead of
ordering Ids hervants to put hint out,
himself M'ied tho bold robber nnd tried
to throw f i im out. I.eof Iind n dagger
concealed under his long clonk, and liu
stabbed tho king. In n liiiiiutu nil the
king's retainers who upon tho ontlaw
and cnt him to jilcco, but not before
tho king and several of his sirvnnt
v id killed.
Then caino Edrod, another Vioy king,
wlio was voi y weak of body, lint strong
of mind. lie fought ninny grent battle,
ngahitft tlio Dimes and tho Nor-emni
and beat tlicm off. bit ho only lived to
mlo niuo years.
Then Hilwy, IS je.its old, liccnmo
king, but ho was ruled by n monk
nnmed Dnutiiiif who watched ovr
him liku a guiirdian The handi-miie
young muiiiiidi hud married hisconsiu
the beautiful Elgiva, uHlmngh ho vn
no young. DniiMnii did not appri'Vi I
this marriage, lied the couutrv and
erctl) woikul up u plot to g t rid I
Edwy and put his younger bintbu 1.1
g.ir on tho Ihronv. Not content with
this, Dnustnu caused tho bountiful girl
imei u to Imi i-eiod and lnr fair feci
branded with a lodjint lion, anil t In i.
sho was Hiid Into Vlavciy in Iiclnnd
tor in thoM days whlto pooplo wuv
niuili) hlavos just as wo made lnvl " of
ilio blackh lii'foru tlio war
Tho Irihli pooplo, however, wore thou
t)l , loW
u watiu licnrtfil lace,
. mj(1 ,ll0y(lt.tt.r,llilRa t0 jtoro tho poor
. . .
nnnid hi n rr mihitiiiii.
Firrit thoy turul
' -.. ....- .
her rf tho awful fear on her faco, to
clioel, too, of a broken lienrt.
You can easily imngino it w.ifii t
mncli fnn to bo n king or n queen ci-
titer in Hiopo old days. Xow York
a iir.i, Wh.tc .,..i nm. ni........
Wl.at ought to bo n real United
States flower recently lias been found
nt tbo i(.tlinns of Telmnntepco, lor it
lrt rwli wilUo or bine, according to tlie
. li T.. 1... ...i.lnn U
i tjm0 you OICXTO II. iH Uiv wiuuiwih
I ' ...
glows ns whlto as ono of onr own snow
blossoms. When tho noon honr la mark
ed by tlio north nnd south shadows, this
strango blossom turns to deep red in
color. At night it nooms tonpo tho color
of tlio wonderful southern uitlcs nnd no
comes bino. Tills remnrkablo blossom
grows on n shrub which closely rcsein
bleu tho gnnva tree. At noon it gives
ont n dclicato odor that disappears as
thu night npproaclit'8 und which docs
not rotnrn until tho next midday
. I 1. .. - 1 -... i 1 r.l nfl ..ItAM n till 1 It I V
ON BOARD THE TRANSPORT
(Doing ono of the results of the storm
which the animal transport Garronno
November the twelfth wns tho date,
Wo left Seattle somewhat Into;
Alt unmindful of our fate,
Aboard tho transport.
Out Into tho starless night,
Familiar objects lost to sight,
We left tho city gay and bright,
On the tiansport.
Tho captain chaped our couiso away,
Down and through fair Elliott Hay,
And tho Straits we reached next day,
On tho tinusport.
Wo diopped our pilot In tho mom,
His cruel falo we nil did scorn,
Our minds wero changed next bienk of
On tho transport.
The broad Pacific before us lay,
And boon wo found to our dismay
It wns not peaceful nil tho day
On tho transport.
Tho l.nichcou bell was hailed with glen.
Vacalit chain, wo did not see,
The faro was cood as good could be,
On tho transpoit.
Hut oh, Uk.- chnugo that camo that
Stoics of men wcio out of sight,
Heaving Jonah with all their might,
On tho transport.
Cnpt. G. and tho Doctois, too,
With the Heil Cross boy that wc all
With poor Doc tho sickest of tho two
On tho transport.
Tho sStewaul smiled with Sntnnlc gleo,
tf.S. wns paying for meals you sec,
And ho cbaigeil them up regu'llo,
On tlio transport.
"Lightning" Smith hud mado on tiip
He knew tlio topes from stem to stoic,
Smuggling tricks were his galore,
On board tho transport.
'TIs .ild tho Captain un him did show
When flrbt bo saw tho boy In blue,
Hut Krift loolud wlso and would not
The grub they gave him
On board tho transport.
Our Engineer, kind soul is ho ,
Ho cans not for tempestuous sea,
Hut sings hln songs qulto merrlleo,
Aboard tho transport.
For niniiy a day no peaco wns found.
Tho raging (-en was all nround;
Our lives voro ono continued bound,
On tho trnnsport.
. wu.i tald tho coal was very bad,
It was the best Tacoma had,
Tho steam and speed could not bo had.
Although tho stokois worked llko mad
On board tho trnnsport.
I 'our bundrul iniilis wo'lind on boaul.
To fight tho Filipino hordo,
Tholr brays and cries were houily
Aboard tlio transpoit.
Two "VctM" kept hustllni; night iilid
Tholr pain und suffciiug to nllny,
Ilia tlifiy could not stop tho away
Of the transport.
Sumo uian died on tho way,
llurlnls oiouriHl nt break of day.
Tholr Iv-iiiies now float far away.
Vrom tho transport.
Tho C'apt.iiu cf tho ship did say,
To Hoiululu wo;il.nway,
And ti.ero we'll spend n pleasant day,
Off the transport.
Of eoiirso Mich news was very good,
Hut Kobe's nhores wo had preferred,
Dlsj-ent'ng words wo'll no'cr ho heard,
board tho transport.
Sovouteea iiaya tumultuous se,
Mndo tinio drag very heavily
And dear old Earth wo'll hall with gleo
On tho transport.
When the trip shall finished bo,
Wo'll not again soon go to sea,
lint stay at homo and happy bo
Off tho transpoit.
Hospital Corps, U. S. A.
Oh, Hully Ceo!
Go back to se.l,
And let us bo
About tlio trans P 0 R T.
Mechanic!)' Home, corner Hotel nnd
Niutanu streets, lodging by day, week
or month. Terms: !!!i and GO cents
por night. ?l and J1.Z5 per week.
TO THE 1NHAHITANTS AND OTH
ER PERSONS LIAIILK TO PAY
-TAXES IN THE HAWAIIAN ISL
ANDS: Tho Assessors of the Hawaiian Isl
ands hereby glvo notice thnt their
offices will bo open from the FIRST TO
THE THIRTY-FIRST DAY OP JAN
UARY, Inclusive, from 0 n. m. to 1 p.
m. (Sundays nnd holidays excepted,)
and on SATURDAYS until 12 noon
mil all persons liable to bo taxed In
laid Hawaiian Islnnds, either In their
jwn light or ns Ouurdlnn, Admlnlstin-
... 1..m..n. fl'nt.s, .... i.lini'tt'lan
1.UI, JJAIXIIIUI , 1 1 IIOIUU -J, HllUMIlOv
aro renulied by law to bring to tin
I Asschsois, within the tlmo nbovo si.ccl
(led, true lists of all their polls and es
I .ntes, both teal nnd personal.
1 Your attention is cniien 10 mo ioi
lowing regulations: of tho Ho.iid of
Equalization for tho Assessment and
Collection of Taxes for tho Hawaiian
No. 1 Value of land to bo Heparatc
from value of buildings and Im
provements. No. '.'In making a return, stnlo the
ntreet and nutnbei of lots In town,
or hits In tho coiiutty shall bo de
scribed by noting the nanio of the III
or Ahupunn In which they nro situ
ated nnd the number of tho Land
Commission, Awnrd and Royal Pat
out under which tlio land Is hold,
nnd tho area. Also, state If any.
piopeity has been sold dining tin
year, to whom and for what pi Ice.
No. .". Ut'tmiiH of Persunnl Property
inn to bo us of your books of Jnnu
nry 1, Wim.
Nn. -1 Under Leasehold Intel osts a
Hchedulo must bo given of all leases,
their term rental and unexpired
No. S (iroulng ciops of nil kinds, tint
specified nbovo, nro tiixuble. Grow
ing rlto Is to bo assessed May 1.
No. (i All Schedules attached to this
letiirn nro a part thereof nnd must be
lined out ns follows:
Schedule A Entitled "Growing Crop
of Cnno," lcqulies the following par
tlcithiiB: No. of Acres. Descrip
tion, Value per aero, and estimated
Yield In Tons of Sugar of Ciop
Schedule II Entitled "Lands Leased,"
it Mnlics pniticulius as per rule No 1.
Schedule C Entitled "Lands hold in
Foo Simple," requires partlculais as
per rulo No. 'J. Also stnto Is the hind
In Forest, Cane or Pasture.
Schedule, D Entitled "Cattle List," 10-
ipilrcs number and aluo of woiklug
and held cuttle, milch cows and
hulls, native or Imported.
Schcdulo E Entitled "Information Re
quired In Estimating Aggregate
Valuu of Hitslncss Euterpilso for
Piollt. required by Section CS, Ses
sion Laws, net. Amount gross le
colpts. Total actual running expen
ses. Amount net profits. Number
ot tons of crop If u sugar, coffco or
lire plantation. Sales of corpora
tion stock. Nnmo of vendor, mi mo
of vcndei, number of shares, price
paid, number tons, estimated clop
for the succeeding year. Estimated
aggregate value of business enter
prise. No. 7 ConslgninciitH ot Property
whoi cover fiom, In or out of bond,
mo to bo taxed hen.
No. 8 Pcisoiml taxcb shall bo paid by
nvoiy nialo Inhabitant of tho Hawa
iian Islands between tho ages of
twenty and sltty yeais, unless
exempt by law.
Assessor of Oahii.
C. II. DICKEY.
Assessor of Maul.
NATHAN C. WILLFONG,
Assessor of Hawaii.
Assessor of Kniinl.
S. M. DAMON.
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, December SO, lm
Tho Minister of Finance nppiovc.s of
tho following list of perbous to act us
Deputy Asscssois and Collcctois for
tho ytnr 1900:
Oiihu Alexander D. Thompson
Honolulu Henry C. Ovendeu
Wnlalun Edward II ore
Koolauloa William K. Rnthburn
Koolaiipoko No: 1.... Henry C. Adams
Koolaupoko No.-' James Davis
Lahalnn, Molokal and Lnnul
O. II. Dunn
Walluku William T. Robinson
Mnkawao W. O. Aiken
liana A. Gross
Hllo and North Hllo. Geo. 11. Williams
Hninakua Wllllnm Iloiner
South Kohiila ....Wllmot Vredonburg
North Kohnla Ebon P. Low
North Kami I. Kaolemakulo
South Knhii II. John Aim
Km William P. Fennel
Puna Henry J. Lyman
Wnl men and
J. II. Hanaikl
J. W. Neal
.W. E. II. Deyerlll
S. M. DAMON,
Minister of Finance.
December 30, 1890.
u 1 , J
OFFICE OF THE HOARD OF
Honolulu, II. 1., Jnu. 11, 1900.
Public attention Is called to tho
teims of the following laws relating to
the sanltnry conditions of dwelling
houses nnd tenements, vis.'
"Section 1. Every house or tene
ment used or occupied ns a dwelling
for lodgers or continct laboiors shall
bo kept by Its owner In good repair,!
with tho roof water tight, nnd shall j
liaC 1110 capacity ui t iub.-j muii
threo hundred cubic feet of spaco for
oaeh adult, or nine hundred cubic feet
for one man and woman nnd twj chil
dren. "Section .. The yards and grounds
ibout nil dwellings shall Im well
Iralned and kept frco fiom nibbUli of
r.ery description, with n closet, or
Jilvy, nlbo to be Kent In repair by th"
.odglng house keeper or employer of
InboieiB, for cvoiy six adults.
"Section X Eieiy owner or kcopei
and every other perbon hnvlng the care
or management of n lodging housj or
of a dwelling for contract luburcin.
shall nt nil times, when required by
the Hoaid of Health or Its Agents, glo
freo ncccss to such house or any part
"Section I. Eory lodging houso
keeper or employer of laboicrs who
shall fall to comply with tho provi
sions ot this act shall pay a lino not
exceeding fifty dollais.
"Section 5. Every poison who shall
keep his dwelling In so filthy n Btate as
to bo n nuisance or Injurious to health,
or who shall lefusc or neglect to ra
moo nny nuisance or substance he
may huvo caused or placed In the vi
cinity of the dwelling ho occupies or
any nuisance In ay stienm or thor
ouglifau, shall on conviction pay a
flno not exceeding threo dollars, or bo
Imprisoned at hard labor for any term
not ocoedlng thlity days."
C. II. WOOD,
President Hoard of Health.
Olllto of tho Hoard of Health. Hono
lulu, II. I., January 11, VMM.
For tho 111010 cfllclont enfoi cement
of quarautliui against that portion of
tlio City of Honolulu bounded by nnd
Including both stiles of Nuunnii street,
Queen, River and Kul.ul sheets, it is
hereby ordeiod thnt thnt portion of
Queen und Rter btrcots extending
from Niiuaini sheet to King street
bridge bo closed ngnlnst nil Unfile be
tween tho bonis of 0 o'clock p. ni. and
li o'clock n. m. C. 11. WOOD,
Pii'sldent Hoard of Health.
NOTICE TO CbRPORATIONS.
In conformity with Section 2024 of
tho Civil Code, nil Corporations sre
hereby untitled to innko u full and net
urate exhibit ot tho stnto of their af
fairs for the year eliding December 31.
ISnn, such exhibit to bo filed In the In
tel lor Department on or before the
".1st dny of January. 1000.
Hlanks for this purpoho will be fur
nished upon application to the Interior
Upon failure of any corporation to
present tho exhibit within the time ro
qulicd, tho Minister of the Interior
will, cither himself or by one or more
commissioners appointed by hlm, cull
for tlio production ot tho books nnd
papers of the corporation nnd examine
Its ofllcors touching tho nfTalrs, uniler
Minister of tho Interior.
Intel lnr Ollice, November 11, WJ'i.
Holders nf water privilege's, or tliosi
paylng wntur rates, are hereby notified
that tho hnuis for lrrlgntlon purposes
nro from C to S o'clock n. in. nnd from
I to 0 o'clock p. m.
Superintendent Wuter Works.
Appiovod by A. YOUNG,
Minister of Interior,
Honolulu, Juno 11, 189.
A half Joen healthy rabblls nt the la
boratory of the Hoard of Health In the
1 42H f
Third Assessment of 50 cents ix:r
share was UKL1NQUKN1 Dec. 31. tt'W.
Jellmiuent shares will be sold at u noon,
January 27, 1000, If sa'J assessment Is not
settleel for, with Interest, before that dale.
Fourth Assessment of 50 cents per
dmrc Is now subject to penalty and will
be dej'nquent January 31, 1920.
Fifth Assessment of 50 cents per
share Is now DUU AND PAYAHI.L.
All assessments nr.. payable at the
office of Alexander & Baldwin, ludJ
Building. J. P. COOKE,
Treasurer Olaa Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Ian. 2,1950. t42iw
Tho Evening Uulletln, 75 cents lor
Is tho characteristic of Hood's Sarstpa
rlllft, end It Is manifested every day In tho
remarkable cures this medicine accom
plishes. Druggists say: When wo sell a
bottlo of Hood's S.-iinaparil!a to a new
customer we nro suro to seo him back In a
few weeks niter moro proving that tho
good results from a trlnl bottlo warrant
continuing Its use. This ponltlvo merit
HOOCTS OarSapaN Ha
possesses oy vinuuoi inu i-muiinr -uiii
' blnatlon, Projiortlou pjjU Process ud li
Us preparation, nne. .7 which all tho
remedial value of thu Ingredients used
Is retained. Hood's Sursnparllla it thus
Peculiar to Itself and absolutely un
equalled In Its powers as n blood purifier,
nnd ns n toiilu for building up tho wenk
nnd vctiry, nnd giving strength to tlio
nerves. Ho suro lo get
Sold by nil il'iigelttv 1; six for 6. Pre
pared onl b V. I. Hood it Co., Apotbo
cnrlos, Iw.-ll. Mum.
II l IVII- " t1i oi1 I1I4 to titkn
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Hotels and Kestanrants,
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IS OL'K Klir,MIK.M.
It us to. Our waiters are
traine'ill to be civil, .uiclt nnel nt-
tciitive to our guests. Our clu'J
is imriv.iletl in preparation of Jainly
ami appetiinc ili.she.s. Kvcrythinji
Is sirupiilnusly dean, ewrvlliiim
,-b coinfoi table a we can inalett.
Anil the prices are always in reason.
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