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THE HVKNINO il.JI..,.!TINi HOVQl.Ui.U, H. I THUKSDAY. l3.!3liMIIIll lb. looo.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The stumers nf thli lint will arrive
KHOM BAN KIIANCIBCO.
Sierra mmmuiiiiimii l)fc,
Zealandla ,,. .Inn.' 2
AlamedA ..,, Jan. 3
Zcalandln .Jan. 2:1
Sonoma Jin. 23
Mariposa Feu. S
Blorra Feb. IS
Zeatamlla Men, 2
Ventura Men 12
In connection with the Balling of the above steamers the agents ire pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to alt points In tho United States, and from New
York by uny steamship line to alt European ports.
FOn FURTHER. PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
GENERAL AOENT3 OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
incidental aid Oriental SteamsMp Co. $s Tojo Klsen Katsba
Suaaere cl lae store coapeaia will call al Honolulu ai leave tale toil oa ot aeoot ike
For Japan and China:
Rio 4e Jauelro.,
fee tawil lifofaaaoa r'y
H. HackfBld & Go., Ltd., Agents.
nadian - Australian Royal Hail Steamship Company.
WStasawa ol Ike ahoyo IIh. raurac la coaaectlea wtt tk CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
MNwa VaaCMTW. B. C. aal Syay, N. S. W.. ae4 calllai at Victoria. C. C, Hoeolul as Btlitaa.
.to CB AT HONOLULU oc stout tka 4ale below Ute4 Tin
ItOJS VANCOUVIR AND VICTORIA. B. C,
PW Briefcase aaj svanav 1
i wamrnoo vec. aa
atrTkrMurk tlckau leea4 rroae Hoaolata to Caxala, UsNo SUIaa aal Batooe. Foe FroliW aai
eeeac all toaaral lilonuUoa, aaair to
Thco.H.DavlcgfrCOo.Ltd., Gcn'l Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK. PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
8. 8. "AMERICAN" has left New York for this port via San Francisco,
Tacoma, Seattle and Nanalmo on October 30th.
a B. "HAWAIIAN" will be dispatched from New York on.or before De
cember 30th for San Francisco, Puget Sound and Nanalmo en route to Hono
Freight received at company's wharf, 42d Street, South Brooklyn, at all
For further particulars apply to
H. HAOKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Wider Steaihio Co., Ltd.
6. 6. Kinau,
MOLOKAI, MAUI, HAWAII.
Will aall from Honolulu on
aTuesdays at 12 noon, for Kau
tukakal, Lahatna, Maalaea Bay, Klhel,
fMakena, Kawalhae, Mabukona, Lau
aaoehoe and Hllo.
' Returning will aall from Hllo on
Trldaya at 10 a. m., for above named
aorta, arriving In Honolulu on Satur
aUya. ' Passengers and freight will be taken
Bar Makena, Mahukona, Kawalhae, Hi
ll, Hakalau, Honomu, Papalkou and
makeo. c - . - .
D.n.ar. and PACKAGES! ONLY
llll be taken for Kaunakakat, Lahalna,
, Bay, Kinei ana uiupaaoeooc
8. 6. Claudlne.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at I p. m.. touching at Lahalna, Ka
amlal, Nahtku, Hana, Hamoa and Kl
aaaalu, Maul. Returning, touches at
above naned porta, arriving In Hono
lata Sunday mornings,
"Will call at Nuu. Kaupo, once each
6. 6e" Lchua,
MOLOKAI, MAUI, LANAL
alia every Monday for Kaunakakat,
Kmmmla. Maunalel. Kalaupapa, Lattal-
... Honolua, Olowalu. Returning arT
flTM m ouuuiiuu dmuiim ...
TkU company rcterteMh right to
UaV aUUBaUKVW Mitt am av ." "" "
and' arrival ot 1U steamer WITHOUT
MOTIOB, and It will not be responsible
tar any consequences arlalng there
Oonalgneea moat be at the landing
lx receive their freight. Thla 'com
amy will not hold Itself reeponalble
lartrelght after It baa been landed.
live stock received only at owner'
Tkla company will not be reeponalble
tar money or valuables ot paaaengers
aaleaa placed In the care ot the pur
Mr Paaeengera are requeated to purchase
tteketa before embarking. These fall
lag to do ao will be subject to an ad
Utional charge of twenty-five por rent.
The company will not be liable for
loss ot, nor Injury to, nor delay In de
livery ot baggage or personal effects of
paaaengers, or freight of shippers, be
yond tho amount of $100, unions the
value of the same bo declared when to
eelved by the Company, and an extra
charge be made therefor.
All employee of the company are for
ktdden to receive freight without de
livering a shipment receipt therefor In
tae form prescribed by the Company,
and which may be seen by shipper
pon application to the purser of tbs
Shippers are notified that If freight.
u aaippeu wuuuui sucn revepi; i wui
m eoieiy at ue nag or ine anipper.
O. U WIOHT, President
a B. ROBE, Becretary.
OAPT. T. K CLARK Port "opt
mi) Jrtve thli port as hereunder!
FOH BAN FIIANCISCO.
Kealandla .Inn. S
Mariposa Jnn. 0
Zcalandln .Jnn. Sil
Sierra Jan. 2'.i
Mariposa .....Kelt IS
Alameda ...Feb. 19
Kealandla Mch. C
For San Francisco:
. Jan. I
FROM STDNBT AND BRISBANE
Far Victoria aal Vancouver (B. C):
' a DirtTO"
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS. DAiLY
fROM SAN' FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet. Smok
Ing and Library .Cars, with B.rbtr
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dlnlne Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
rree Kecllnlne Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
35 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCKf General Agent,
No. i Montgomery St.. San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. k T. A..
147a Omaha, Nebraska.
O. "EL. fy L." Co
From and After-January 1, tAW
STATIONS. Dally ' ' Dalli
(Ottwarl) 01. Sn. 1atlr ai. Saa. Dalli Dalit
AJ. AJ, AJ. , rt. pjif.
neiaio ., TIM II liws )!I Ilia
ftlifl.S."7"" I-1 ,:2 "" V
SmMIU Sil) 10.0I tano aiof lita
.... 4:41 ....
Maiaiaa...... .... ii:a
.... 1100 ...
.... till ...
Hawaii) Soa. Dalli Dolly Doll;
aA a.b. rja. rjo.
KaMta am .... oaa
Wolalu., , t.ia ,,,, aiaa
Walaaaa , .... iiio .... :)l
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PoailCltr Ii l.o) ma a:a
ooolala..... I.u :)) roi if
F. C.BtrrH,Genfl Paaa, k Ticket
O. P. Dbkiwim. Rnpiintni1nt.
Violin - Studio
ROOAI 4. LOVE UUII.DING.
Mrs, Annis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, " milnon "
710 Beretanla street; Tel. 1114. 1fa7.ll
B. K. KAA1,
Teacher of ' ' .itar, Mandolin, Zlth
Ukulele and Taro Patch,
Ordera to be left mrs of Wall, Nlebni
Co; r V'ojatrom Moa4oOo.' 111
aflV a ! lal o"V
V J. '
To.iii. .,,. ,,,,,,,,
it1 I r.
t4 t ii
I o 6.J.
$ U io t,
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of the meridian ot lf7 30. Tho
time whistle blows at 1:30 p. m., which
Is the same as Greenwich 0b, Om.
Tho tides at Kabulul and Hllo occur
about, an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu Tides from the United States Coast
and Oeodctlc Surey Tables.
Musters ot essels telling from thU
port for San Francisco will find there
Vi branch of the V. S. Hydrograplili:
Orrioi located In the Merchants' Ex
dinnge, where. Is maintained for thtr
iHiicfit free of charge, complcto sets
of fhnrts and directions of tho world.
I-aURt Information can be obtained re
gjiilliiR lights, dangers to navlgatln.i
and nil matters of Interest to ocein
.MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
Steamrs due and bailing for tho re
mainder ot this and the whole of next
month are as follows:
Steamers. From. Due.
Sierra S.(F. , Dec. l.S
Mlowera Colonies Dec. It)
Alameda Colonies Dec. 20
Rio de Janeiro S. F. Dec. 1
Wnrrlmoo Victoria ...Dec. 22
City ot Peking Yokohama.... Dec. :."
Coptic S. F. Dec. 29
Australia S. F. Dec. 29
Steamers. For. Due.
Mlowera Victoria Dec. 1J
Alameda S. F. Dec. 20
Rio de Janeiro Yokohama ....Dec. 21
Warrlmo Colonics Dec. 22
City of Peking S. F. Dec. 25
Coptic Yokohama Dec. 29
N. B. A United States Army Trans
port may be expected from Ban Fran
cisco on the 9th and 24th of each montn,
en route to Manila, unle&s route Is
changed by the War Department.
VESSELS IN PORT.
ARMY AND NAVY.
U. S. training ship AtlamF, Going, en
H. M. S. Icarus, Knowllng, from San
Francisco, on cruise.
U. S. S. Iroquois, Pond, Midway Island.
(This list Joes not Include coasters.)
W'Miset, Fr. bk Lodonier.
Am. sp. Jas. Ne8m!th, Warren, from
Newcastle; coal O. R. & L. Co.
St. Katharine, Am. bk Saunders, S. F.
J. C. Glade, Ger. bk., Stege, Bremen.
Jabez Howes, Am. sp., Clapp; Tacomu.
Andrew Welch, Drew, from S. F.
W. B. Flint, Johnson, Am. bk., from
Mauna Ala, Am. bk.. Smith, from S. F.
Olympic, Am. bit., Glbbs; S. F.
Iroquois. Am. sp., Thompson, Seat'.le.
Alice Cooke. Am. scbr,, Penhallow;
Port Gamble. -
Stnidard. Am. sp., Getchell, from Ta
Gleaner, Am. bktn., Nehmedl, from
Mildred. Am. nchr., Itofc; from Seattle
Rosamond, Am. schr.. Ward, S. F.; T.
II. Davles & Co., Ltd.
W. H. Dlmond. Am. bktn., Hanson, H.
F,i J. I). Spreckels Bros. Co.
Archer, Am. bktn.. Calhoun, S. F.
Okan ogan. Am. schr., Bench, Pott
Antlope, Br. ahp., Murray, at Kaliulul.
HOW MONTANA WAS NAMED.
It Is not always easy to name a baby,
and to name a State or Territory Is
obviously a serious matter. Tho late
General J. W. Denver, for whom tho
chief city ot Colorado la called, always
Insisted that he gave the name to Mon
tana. "General Denver was Intimate wltn
Stephen A. Douglas," writes F. M.
Clevcnger, who was formerly the Gen
eral's confidential clerk. "At one of
their meetings, as he told the story,
Douglas brought out a map ot the West
saying that he Intended to Introduce
a bill to form some new Territories,
and wanted Denver to tuggest appro
"'Colorado' was the first one men
tioned. 'I have already applied that Io
this one,' said Douglas, pointing on tl.o
map to what la now the State ot Colo
rado. 'I want a name for a Territory
I am going to mark out up here In tlio
"Dcnver'B life In the West and his
service In tlio Mexican war luid ni'iilo
him familiar with many Spanish
words, and lie remaiked, 'Why not call
"'What docs It mean?'
"Denver replied that It meant
'mountainous country.' lly way ot as
suring himself, Douglas called to IiIh
wife, ri'iunted the iiiicstlon and receiv
ed tho same answer. 'General, II'h Just
the word' said Douglns. 'I shall adopt
Tim Mil did not iui.h at that time.
Indeed, Mnnlnnii was nut organized as
n Territory until 18fll, thrco yearn after
tlm death nf Douglas, nut the nut.ia
was given to It In due llmo. Youth's
His Offense Not Crime
NO PENALTY FOR PRACTICE
AFTER LICENSE REVOCATION
Judge Humphreys Says the Case Illus
trates Centralization of Govern
ment of Hawaiian
Just licfuro ofllce closing hours yes
terday Judge Humphreys rendered a
decision In the case of Dr. Nohlltt. It Is
In favor of the defendant, and Its full
text Is hero given:
Tho Defendant V. 8. Koblltt wns
Indicted at tho November Term A. I).
ISD9 of tho Circuit Court of tho First
Circuit for practicing mvdlclnu con
trary to law. On l)r;ni!jt- 4th, Ibifl
a Judicial day of said term, n Kltpitln
Hon for trial In vacation. Jury waived.
was filed by tho Attorney General und
tho defcnilnnt. Under that stipulation
t..o enso was henrd by mo at chambers
on tue 18th day of December, A. I).
1900. Tho InwH of Hawaii provide In
substanco thnt no person shall prac
tice medicine or surgery ns n profes
sion In the Hawaiian Islands, without
having first obtained a llcenso from
tho Minister of the Interior, and that
such llcenso shall only ho grnnted up
on the written rccommcndntlon of tho
Hoard of llcnlth: that no person shall
be recommended by tho Hoard ( f
Health for a license to practice medi
cine or surgery except upon the writ
ten report of n Hoard of Medical Ex
aminers which is authorized to exam
ine all applicants for such license.
Tho laws further provide that said
Hoard of Medical Examiners shall
consist of threo licensed physicians
or surgeons to be appointed bv tho
Minister of tho Interior. Provision is
also mado for tho revocation of a li
cense to prnctleo medicine nnd sur
gery by tno Minister of tho Interior at
any tlmo for professional misconduct,
gross carelessness or manifest InciSr
arlty, such misconduct, carelessness
or Incapacity having been proven to
tho satisfaction of tho Board of Health
and ny thnt body reported in writing
to said minister. Tho practice of
mcdlcino and surgery "wltnout having
first obtained" tho llcenso beforo ref
erred to la denounced as a misde
meanor ami Is attended with a severe
penalty. It will bo observed that the
rlsht ot an applicant to a llcenso de
pends upon tho report of tho Honrd of
of Medical Examiners, all of whom
aro required to bo licensed physicians
and surgeons that the right may be
annulled by the Minister of tho Inter
ior upon tho report of tho Hoard t
Health, independent of the Hoard ot
Medical Examiners; that a majority
of the Hoard of Health aro laymeji.
Sec 80R Penal Laws 1897. It may lio
remarked In passing that tho law cr
ating tho Hoard ot Health is but ono
nf tho ninny Illustrations to bo found
on our statute books of tho settled
policy of thoso who controlled thu des
tinies of tho Republic ot Hawaii, to
center nnd mnko dominant nil govern-nr-ntal
power nnd authority In tho
Executive. Nono of tho members of
tho Hoard nre elected by tho people
thoy aro nil appointed by tho Presi
dent, and to preserve and maintain
tin power nnd Influenco of tho Execu
..o In this bodv theoretlrnllv Inde
pendent It Is provided that tho At
lornev0Ocnernl, who Is also appointed
bv tho President shall bo cx-ofilclo n
member of tho Hoard.
The ovldence adduced In this case
shows that on tho 2nd day ot March.
A. D. 1898. tho defendant obtained
from tho Minister of tho Interior a
license in tho manner required by law
upon tho written recommendation or
tho Hoard ot Health, and that said ll
censo was rovoked by tho Minister of
the Interior for his professional mis
conduct, on tho 24th day of August,
A. D. 1899, proven to tho satisfaction
of tho Hoard of Health, of which the
defendant had notice: and that alnce
tho revocntlon of his llcenso as afore
said, the defendant has been engaged
In tho prartlco of medicine as a pro
fession. Whlto tho conclusion reached
bv tho Hoard of Health as to tho caso
of this defondnnt cannot bo attneked
collaterally, yet tho ovldenco offered
bv tho prosecution, not objected to bv
tho defendant, and heard by tho court
Is a legitimate and proper subject of
comment. That ovldenco clearly
shows that tho prosecution of this de
fendant beforfi the Hoard of Health
was Inaugurated unnn charges pre
ferred against him bv tho Marshal of
tho Republic of Hawaii In bis official
csnarltv; thnt the Mnrshal Is a aub
ordinate of the Attorney General and
under hi direction and control. Tho
Attorney Ocnernl at ipat tlmo was ex
officio a member of. nnd Presldont 1 f
tho Hoard of Health. Ho presided
over tho session of tho Hoard at which
lodgment wns passed upon tho de
fendant: ho denied him an exception
to his ruling nnd finallv, while, still in
tho chair mndo an argument In sun
nort of tho charges. In hearing and
determining tho charge preferred
'ncnlnst tho defendant, the Attorney
I General as a member ex-ofllcin and
acted In n
nrcstilent or tno lionro
iniinsl liidlelal caporlt'-. aa did nil of
1)10 other members of tho Honrd. call
ing for the exercise of candid nnd Im
partial Judgment nnd sound legal
G'nto ex rel. Hathaway vs. Stato
Honrd of Health, 10:i Mo. 22-:'
To sit In Judgment upon tho right cf
... .1 . .,.. ...!.,. ,...,...
liliu in jinu-iirii 11 iiit-iiiiuii wiurii in iuu
notireo of support for himself nnd fam
11 v nnd for which he has qualified him -
self bv education, study, observation
nnd expel linont. and to htimlllntn and
degrade him In tho ectlmatlor, of tho
community bv abrogating thnt right
In 11 responsibility which ought not to
bo assumed by into who may oven
though ho does not illreit nnil con.
inn 1110 pruni'i luniii unfit' 11 iM-ini'
of (iimmon fairness (Iocs not tell 11
what Is right, tho law nt leant should
tell us what Is wrong and telling us
Tlm law provldi'i n pennltv for
attiring niedleliin nr surgerv. "v.lt?i-
out hnvlng first obtained" 11 lleenx -is
Iprotldeil lijr tho statute. I'ractlclnir I
medicine altar th retix-allon of h
'i nan la not ili-tinuneeil nor Is then
'ii in'iinlly nilmliiil In It It la tttti-.
-emarked W Judge llarlletl In I'.il
ii-r tii I'smiM jr. N Y all lh it
1 t 1 law- lint n lirnlliir. )et the rase
I I -X tmrte MiNllttv ?? Cat IGI I) s
I n 'h like the rn nt bar both n 'i
! I: - farts and the law tinder wli i'i it
1 rwriiKlit In malnlM the ronilrtlnn
" It ts rmsslbl fiir two rnirs nilslug
n iiirrerenl JiirlidUtlon to bi !n '
h t tnFn. MiNully nbtnlni-d the r.
ll 'ltti l!ccnn for the prnctleo 1 f
n Hi Inn In the Htaln of California
V leli licence was anliaoqiionlly re
vt -eil for iinprnfesslonnl conduct Ho I
r tlnt'ed to prnrtlen his profession'
il'.r the relocation of his iieenm and
ipon being rnnvlited and sentcn cd
'n th" Superior Court of the City mul
"csnty of Knn 1'rnnelMo obtained hl
II elmrgo In th" Supreme Court nf
Ci'lfornln on lial-nn i-nrpus.Mhn roitrl
'ic'dlng ipven Judges on the bench---r
dissenting that ns the stntntp
orlv mnde It an' offense to practice
"runout hnvlng first procured" a cor
n'cntf. nnu provided no penalty for
practicing nfter the reocntlon of th"
ectlflcntp, such n conviction could not
t wn. nrgtied Hint the ensp of tills i
(U'endnnt was clearly within the mis
cl lefs Intended to be prohibited bv the
legislature. I nm Inclined to think sn
to"! but I eon not find this defendant
grllty of n erlmo bv construction.
Tlp rtntute under which this priiicru.
tlen Is bnsed Is penal highly pennl In
It" provllons It prnvld" for n henvy
fine, nnd logically results In foroveri
prohibiting th.i ilefeii'li.ti' from pinc-
tiring n profession to which ho Imi ,
wedded ninnv nf the iimt yearn of hlni
cr-ppr. That such Mntutt'H nre to boj
construed strictly ncnlnst no offender 1
nnd liberally In his favor Is n prono)-!
tlon which I nnvo nover henrd disput
ed. To determine thnt n enso Is with
In the Intention of n statute. Its Inn
gitnge must authorize us to sav so.
It would b" dangerous. Indeed, to car
ry the principle, that n enso which
within the reason or mischief of n
stntutc Is within Its provisions, so far
ns to punish n crime not enumerated
In tho statute, bernuso 11 Is of equal
ntroc.iy, or of n kindred clinrncter
with thoso which aro enumerated "If
this principle." said Chief Justice Mar
shall, in tho United Stntes vs. Wlitor
bcrger, 5 Wheat. 7C, "has ever bc"n
recognized In expounding criminal
Inw, It has been in cases of consider
able Irritation, v..ich It would be un
safe to consider ns precedents forming
a general rule." See United States vs.
bhcldon, 2 Wheat 119.
Courts In construing statutory of
fenses linvo always regarded It ns
their plnln duty cautiously to keep
clearly within tho expressed will .if
tho legislature, lest otherwise they
shall hold an act or omission to bn n
crime, nnd punish It, when In fnet the
legislature never so Intended. "If this
rule is violated." said Chief Justice
Host, "tho fato of tho accused person
Is decided by the arbitrary discretion
of tho Judges and not by tho express
authority of tho laws." Fletcher vs.
Lord Sondes. 3 Hlng. C80.
It will nt once be conceded thnt no
man should bo stripped of a very valu
able property and consigned to Igno
ray and reproach, unless it bo very
clear that such high penalty havo
been annexed by law to tho act which
he has committed. "It Is more conso
nant to tho principles ot lllicrty," says
an eminent English Judge, "thnt a
court should acquit when tho legisla
ture Intended to punish, thnn that It
snould punish when It was Intended to
discharge him with Impunity." Seo
United States vs. Clavton, 2 Dill. 219.
Tho Attorney General evidently re
alized the difficulties orescnted bv this
case for In drawing tho Indictment '-
did not follow the Innguage of tho
s.atuto nnd charge tho defendnnt wkth
having practiced medicine "without
hnvlng first obtained" n license, hut
ho charges him with practicing mcdl
cino "without hnvlng n license sn to
do." whereas there Ib no such offenso
created In- tlio laws of Hawaii.
I find that thero I", no Inw nuthnriz
Intr tho conviction of tho defendnnt 'n
this enso nnd It will be mv dutv when
nnd so often ns he Is prosecuted under
n similar stato of facts, to discharge
him by tho appropriate process of tho
Let defendnnt be discharged.
A missionary correspondent of th:
China Mnil giies the following dettll
ot the missionaries who lost their Uvea
In the Chinese troubles:
I enclose the list of those who have
laid down their Uvea In connection
with the Missions named. I have tried
to make It correct to date, and for that
purposo havo added the twelve Swed.
reported as burned to death In Mongo
lia, and also Mrs. Glover, who has died
In Shanghai from injuries received In
the Interior, also Vera Green, daughter
of Mr. C. 11. Green (now down with
typhoid at Tlen Tain). A missionary
down from North Shansi confirms to
me the news of the leath of the twelve
Swedes Just referred to.
Dr. J. W. Hewitt has given an ac
count ot his wanderings nnd subse
quent two months' Imprisonment. Mi
has suffered much and among other
things had a fall of twenty feet from
a cliff, which, however, did not Injurs,
him seriously. The Imprisonment was
an act o( humanity to save him from
the clamoring mob. A prisoner, whom
ho gavo some of his food to, read ths
Hlble to and wrote tracts for. repaid
tho kindness by strongly dissuading
him from 'taking the Talyuanfu routo
to tho coast. He says there Is a great
readiness for the Qospcl in Honan, an I
he fotind even the Tn Lao Vies (Magls-
tratcs) ready to listen to the Gospel.
Tun Mil Hslen Is the name of the elt
Dr. Hewitt was Imprisoned In, I need
not say that the enclosed list does not
Include tho martyrs among the It. C!.
missionaries, which, I fear, would near-
ly double the number of deaths.
The total of those who have InU
,i ,t,i. 11, a inoin.iou fim rnttnu-.
'IV.,.. ...v.. ...v - ...- --
, China Inland MUslon
A 11. C. G. M 13
Hngllsh HaptUt U
Shnuynng Mlmlon 10
g j, (J
II. nnd K. II. Society
a.,. , ,.,., ,,,u.,.
- Chirm Alliance
'it lw 33
), STOMACH , g
A Healthy Stomach
makrs pure blood, vlgorom nc rves-a strong
biijy Hostttter's Stomach Hitter
strengthen weak stomach. An occasional
doe will keep the bowels active. Taken
regulatly. It will cure Indigestion, consti
pation, dyspepsia, biliousness, Inactive
liver or kidney., malaria fever anJ ague.
11 win cure you. see mat a I'rivnte
lievenue Htnmp covers the neck of the
It has no
Large Airy Mosquito
fcVLKYTHING NUW AND CO.UrOKTAULE
The New Era I
The New Two-story Lodging House on
Fort St. retween Vineyard and School.
Only live mlnutts walk ti the Orptieum
Cafe, and fifteen minutes walk to the post
office. 'iLARGIi LANAIS AND VfcKANDAII.
LVUKYTIIING OF Tllli HEST. For terms
apply on premises from oa. m. toop. m.
Large tract of land situated In Nuuanu
Valley, Honolulu, containing 20 acres,
more or less, and known as the Nuuanu
Pall Saloon premises, with buildings and
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc.
Apply to A. G. CORREA,
,1702-tf 15 Kaahumanu St.
R. W. ATKINSON
K TOPFIC& J
Houses, Rooms, Offices,
FURNIblILD OR UNrUltNISIIUl).
Room 11, Magoon Bid.,
Will engage laborers In
the Hawaiian Islands and will furn
ish them to plantations, Individuals,
firms, or corporations ; will under
take contract work and furnish ex
perienced and reliable contractors.
Telephone, 2)0 Main.
P. O. Box, 877.
ROOM 15. Merchant street, Honolulu
Pacific Hardware Co.
ON BETHEL STPEET WILL BE
OPEN EVERY EVENING COM
MENCING SATHRDAY, ONTIL AND
Call and see us before buying
z Household Dqtariie nt
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monu
mental Co., Ltd,
Notice to Creditor.
th unJri' rl. runs- ta'1MrWj'aa
MHII04. al 'I Hit t.lllr nil ANH"lJlt.
i III ,iuin !laM ul ahu, rraawllaaxiaao.
f.r -v .. ri 0 I al rrtn" Ba.aif clalaa.
ariin.t .U I tin. Mthi irtfJ ty naTiaaciar
iral iai. nr hot lo rirfil th. aa. wtoi a. .roi
'! h-ri ll ar tat.r aaiv aaitiim atA.fcaaai
M mi't mi M rrrant fr,t Hrlytu, ortraaiott
tnnthi from t or thry lll M f ortvrt 0 ort
I txirl K..iirr.r mh in
AlnlAlilf.tttMh. r.UK oil rink yroaau.aa
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE mi
CIRCUIT, HAWAIIAN ISUUL
ruANK LOUIS . MAMA GLORIA COS'
Iho KfruMK ol Haoall' TattwMarakal
Hawaiian utani. or nit llaoutjr. flraiar. .
You .r. turn in an 1.4 lo tuo"n MABfA QfjOSsll
COSTINA. J.l.nlani. la taw rt. aliall ila
ANSWEHirHINTWE.NtY DAYS Wr aililaj
hrr.of, to Y apj arr.r trtcra raa aali OaaaW
uouri ai ir .ti.tarer im tnanr, to m w
LUiua, l.lanJ of Kanal. on WtDNtSOAY, I
Ja ol Si-i.mrr r.at, attoo'tocl- l.a '
cau-o hvlha claim of Frank Loon,. tahMaff.
not tarrJ.a' to Mm puriuant toll . amor of I
annra.J Llll lor b.vrrc. AnJ hay. vjuaVoiaBa
tM. Wilt with fdll ..turn ol tout Morula rait
Wltn.it lloa. J. If ir Jv. JuJ .. ol th. CIkoii C
ol th. F tih Clicutt. al Lihu., Kaaal, rhlt int lit a
ISiltn.J) IIAKKY D. WISMARD.
, I h.r.ty t.nlfy th for.totnt; lo Vo attu. oni et
1 coty el tha orliral tutnmont IntatJ caoaianloax
taii l.ourt oii.r.1 ruMltatlrrfi ol tatw) aml
contlnua.c. ol tali cauto unUi lh Mtf .Itovtu aooa.
trrm 01 intt uwn.
Dat.J Llhur, Kauai, S.pt.mlT ath wn.
IIAMRY D WISItARD.
IN TUE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE nm M
CU1T, TERRITORY OF HAWAII
KAAPUWAI li. . E. LINDEMANN,
Th. Turnery ol Hawaii: Toih.lfirt
T.rrlt'xy ol Hawaii, or n't Drputy, tha Skard S
talanj ol Kauai, or hit D.rutv. or mw CjMMM.at
th. T.rrltory ot Hawaii:
iuu a a comoianjaj to tummon fc. mtPKSaaviaia
dl. nJ.nl In tit h. thai! (la wfln. AKSSIU
WITHIN TWENTY DAYS alur otrvka caraal.oi M
ani arrral before lha aall Circuit Court al oa. Soo-
t.mrtr Trim thtrrol. lo t-r hoi Jen at LUiua. Itlaawof
Kaual.cn WtPNlSDAY. tha ithdiy otSocararia
rati, at to o'clock a, m.. to ah-nv rauoo oarrrl
Claim 01 napuai a, piaiMin, tnouia rMK v a
to him Mutuant lo th. tenrr olhlt imwJI
Anlhav. you thtn ih.it ihlt Writ with full re
your proc.jingt 'neon
Wltnrtt non. J. too llauy. JuJr of IMCkooT
f ocn ol the ruth Circuit, atlrkuo, thla a lay a
(SlcneJ) HARRY O. WTSHAKD,
I txrehy c.lt ly th. lor.rglnr if rt a nra orrf ooaKI
corv of In. oriental tommiMit In utd am. .wJreMor
tali Court ori.r.4 rubllcailoo ol tho i
conllnuarce ol tall caute until tho Mat I
!m 01 tnit t.own.
Dat.1 Llhue. erlemlM th. tooo.
HARRY D. WtSHAfBA.
The following bicycles are now at the
Police Station and owners can have them
bv proving property and paying expensa
Tribune, No, 475Q; Columbia, No. Saoar
Columbia, No. 611K; Eldrtdge, No. 147105
Imperial, No. 14506. lyifrtt
Notice Is hereby given that THE EN
TERPRISE MILL CO., LTD., ot Haaa
lulu, has moved It's office to the Mjgoao.
Building, room 11, All ptrsou owkis; ac
counts to said company will kindly scttfe
the same promptly. 1714-101
THE PACIFIC MAIL COMPART
has'succeeded'to the planing mill business:
or the Enterprise Mill Co., Ltd., Alafeta.
and Richards streets, and tespectfuilv '--cits
the patronage of all former custotnes
of the latter mill company.
7i6tf W. H. G. ARNEMANK.
Stockholders are hereby notified that
FoufthAssessment of 5 per crntor twoaaat
one-half dollars per share on the Capital
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TEUr
SRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and rarxtfa
July 1st, at the office of the uncrslajmai,
til Fort street. J. H. FISHER.
Acts. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Cov,
Honolulu. June 1. 1000. it,oj
Notice Is hereby given that the 1
Meeting of the Shareholders of H. HACE
FELD & CO., LTD., was held at Hona
lulu on DECEMBER l8ih, toco, and that
the following gentlemen are theOScersaf
the Company for the ensuing yean
PAUL 1SENBI-RG. President
J.F.HACKFELD, First vlce-PresfuVrat
H.A. ISENBURG, Second vlce-Prcsldea
F. KLAMP, Director
J. F. HUMBURG,
P.'VV. KLEBAHN, Secretary
F.W. KLEBAHN. Auditor
F. W. KLEBAH
Hooolulu, December 19th, 1930. i7tS-ft
Klhel Aeee86 merit Notloo.
The 8th Assessment of 0f, or tLjasjsr
share, became due on the 1st of AugBaat,
1900, penalty beating from September tst.
1900, and del nquent on the jothofSzv-'
temrer, 1000. Delinquents are now puk
llshrd and will br sold at auction im tha
20th ot November, 1900.
Die qth A;-sn ent of 5V. or 12.93(0
slure, bcCiine due on the lit c-f Scpteatar4
1000, penalty brarlng from August it.
tq:o, and delinquent on the jist of Oit-
The 10th Assessment of 5V.c"i.ype.
share, became due on the ifS of October
irjoo, bears renalty trom Novetnber Mt
iqoo, ard will be delinquent on Nov-eser
'I he nth Assessment of s'otorfi fapsr
share, has brrn levied to become Jue mti
payable on the ijth of Noymtfri
toco, will bear penalty from UeceMhc
ISth, 1000, becoming delinquent oa tm
15th of January, 1001.
J. P. COOKE.
Treasurer, Klhel Plantation CoVui
Honolulu, Nov ember 10th, luoo. lOUT
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