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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T., SATURDAY. FED. 9, 1901.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this lino will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FKOM SAN FIIANCISCO.
MAHIPOSA Feb. 9
VENTUHA Feb. 19
MARIPOSA Men. 2
SIERUA Men. 12
MARIPOSA Mch. 23
SONOMA Apr. 2
MARIPOSA Apr. 13
VENTURA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA Mny 4
SIERRA May 18
MARIPOSA May 25
SONOMA June 4
In connection with the sailing ot the abovo steamers (he agents ire pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to alt points In the United States, and from New
Tork by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm; G. Irwin & Co., Limited
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. ess Tojo Kisen Kalsta
- .. 9 u antra ol the abort companies will call t Honolulu and Uavt tbls port on or about iba
For Japan and China:
Nippon Maru ....
Rio dt Janeiro
, March 6
,,. March 11
rof raimal lotorraalon i p y o
H. Hackfeld &
- A 1101 P
mStat of tbe above Mat, runolnc te connection with tht CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO
MltNa Vancouver, B. C , and Sydney. N. S. W., and calling at Victoria, C. C, Honolulu and Brlibaat
OUK AT HONOLULU on or about tb dates btlw ataleJ via 1
FROM ANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C.
... Apr It i
J tint 8
if"Tbroiib ticket laiutd from Honolulu to Canada. Ualted Statea aad Buropt
rimfi aua an central iniormanoa. ppiy 10
Thco. H.Davlce&Co.,Ltd., Gcn'lAftcnts.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK. PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
S. S. Hawaiian will be dispatched from New York on or before
January 15 for Ban Francisco, en route to Honolulu
To be followed by S. S. Oregonlan. April loading.
Freight received nt company's wharf, 42d Street, South B.ooklyn,
at all times. For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSE,
General FrelKht Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
R1NO DP THE. .
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
, b fort arrREin
BUhle "Phone, 477
Hok SUnd 'Phone, Sit) nd 71 ,.
0. H BELLIMA.
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Black Sand
I In Quantities to Suit
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
ttjr Dump Carts furnished by the da)
on Hour's Notice.
H. R HITCHCOCK,.
Merchant St., In M, D. Monsarrat's otnic
Drays tor Freight
Our representative meets all Incoming
steamers from the Coitt and we checC
baggage on all outgoing steamers.
White and Black Sand For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin. 210 King
street. Tel. 80.
W. LARSEN, Wpt.
(jdueral Manager ot
Tb. Rqu'table Life Aaauruct Soou
(If th United HUtu tot the UwU'
(mwit Mf?b:u tree Ho
tf. PHILLIPS & UU
Wboleoole Importer, and Jobfcti,
laropeia ud imericin D7 to
ifo t and Qneen Htre.ti.
H. HAOKFELD & (30.,l.f
IEHEHAL COMMISSION ABEK
Cot. Fort tad Queen Btreet, 1 c 1
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA Feb. 12
ALAMEDA Feb. 18
MARIPOSA Mch. C
SONOMA Mch. 12
MARIPOSA Mch. 27
VENTURA Apr. 2
MARIP08A Apr. 17
SIERRA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA Mny 8
SONOMA May 14
MARIPOSA May 29
VENTURA June 4
For San Francisco:
Plod Janeiro ..,
America Maru ,.
Cy of Peking ..
, . March t
.. March 16
Co., Ltd., Agents.
HWM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
Fo Victoria acdVaocouvar (B C)
... . .Feb. I)
... April 10
..... June s
For Frt!bt and
' S ninnW''
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FHOM
THE TRAINS OAiLY
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 Btiber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
M5 1 hlrd street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San t-ranclsco.
fc. L. LOMAX. G. P. & T. A.,
O. R. & L. Oo.
From and After January 1, IW9.
STATIONS Dally Dally
(Outward) ti. Saa. ally . Sua. Dally Dttl
AM AM A.M. P.M. PM
aonolalu ... t io g ij n 05 1 is 5 ie
Pearl City.,., Io) V4 1140 141 JS
fiwaMlll..,, I S3 tool ia.eo 40s iio
I . . ". 1
fiwaMUl..,, I SS "-M 4 S
WttlOlt I O.JO ... 4 4
Wl4lU , SI SS 40
Ctbuku it .... 4us ,.
(lowara) m Sua Utlly Dtlly Daily
AM AM PM PM.
Stbuia mi f w3
Walalua ,. 4 10 a so
Walaoaa ,, 9 10 1 55
wa Mill ,,, s $o 4S nas 4)
PllClt ., A i Io l(o 4 !
Mooolulg 6 yt i 35 oj ib
K C, Smith, Oen'l Pahh. A TIokm
Mrs, Annis Montague Turner,
Vocnl Studio, " Mljinon "
780 Beretanla street; Tel. I H4. 1627 tf
K. lv. K.-UU.
roKCherof .itar, Mandolin
Ukulele and Taro Pt
Orilcr. to b left mri) of W
Subscribers to tbe bill.
LETN not receiving tin" Pa
pers promptly will confer o
favor by notifying tbe Bust
ness cMce, Teleplwne -s
Al Jlticn.l, and in. Iitcn SVrr nc Ntwt, will U
lound on tt) tlKMh r.Kt
MOVEMKNTS OV STEAMEIIS.
Steamers due and to sail for the next
thirty (laa are as follons:
Steamers. From. Due.
MAUH'OSA S. V. Feb. 9
RIO DK JANEIIIO Yokohama. Feb. 12
WAIIIIIMOO-Sydney Feb. IT
OOIIIC S. V. Feb. 1C
AOIlANai Victoria Feb. 1G
ALAMniM-Sydney Feb. 18
SIERRA S. F. Feb. 19
COPTIC Yokohama Feb. 19
NIPPON MAIIU S. F. Feb. 2fi
Steamers. For. Diif.
RIO DE JANEIRO-S. F. Feb. 12
MARIPOSA S. F Feb. 13
WARRLMOO Victoria Feb. 1!
DORIC Yokohama Feb. K,
AORANOI Sydney Feb. 15
ALAMEDA S. F Feb. IS
SIERRA Sydney Feb. 10
COPTIC S. F Feb. Pi
NIPPON MAIIU Yokohama... Feb. 2G
A government transport from S.m
Francisco, earning mall. Is duo about
the 9th and 23d of each month.
VESSELS TO ARRIVE AT HONOLU
LU AND HAWAIIAN PORTS.
(This list docs not Include coasters.)
Alex. MeNall, Am. bk., Ekren, New
castle; J. J. Moore & Co.
Adilcrjac, Nor. sp Jobansen, New
castle; Hind, Rolph & Co.
Addenda, Am. bkt., Perry, Newcas
tle; II. I). Hogue.
Uiimorc, Nor. bk., Johnson; Non
.jstle. Ealtlo Abbey, Dr. bk., McGhle, New
castle; J. J. Moore & Co.
Ulf Unuanza, Am. bk., Ucrgman,
Newcastle; J. J. Moore & Co.
D. P. Cheney, Am. bk., Johnson, Ta
crma.. Churchill, Am. sclir., Trcaor, New
castle; It. I). Hogue
City of Adelaide, Dr. bk., Orccnnood,
Newcastle; J. J, Mooro &. Co.
Courtney Ford, Am. brig, Murchlson;
Challenger, Am. sp , Gould, Tacoma.
Drummulr, Dr. sp.., Armstrong; New
castle Drumburton, Dr. bk., Thomas, New
cattle. Dwell, Am. sp.., Ellis, Newcastle;
J. J. Moore &.C0.
Emily Reed, Am. sp., Dakcr, Newcas
tle; J. J. Moore & Co.
Fcohng Sucy, Am. bk., Wlllett, New
York; Chas. Drewer & Co.
rantast. Am. bk., Anderson; Newcas
tle; J. J. Mooro & Co.
Henry Falling, Am. sp., Mathewn.
Honolulu, Am. schr., Stokkcuye,
Newcastle; J. J. Moore & Co.
Haydn Drown., Am. bk., Paulsen;
Newcastle; It. D. Hogue.
Hpcr, Am. bk., Sodergren, Newcas
tle; J. J. Mooro & Co.
Highlands, Dr. bk.. Smith, Newcas
tle, Hind, llotpli & Co.
Himalaya, Am. !., Wllll.ims, Newcas
tle J. J. .Mooro & Co.
Iltnry Vlllurd, Am. sp., Quick, Sv
vuiinnli; W. It. Ornto & Co.
Highland Light Am. bk , McCluu,
Dim, Am. schr., llnsmussen, Newcas
tle. .1 J. .Mooro & Co.
J. II. Ilruce, Am. schr., Peterson;
Newcastle; Hind, Rolpb & Co.
Jus Rolph, Am. Bchr., Didrlck, Nt
t'atc Ports; W. R. Grace & Co.
Lwnan D. Foster, Am. schr., Klllmun,
Ncwcbstle; R. II. Hogue.
Louisiana, Am. sp , Hnlcrpw, New
casi'i; J. J. Mooro & Co.
Lt ttie Dennett, Am. schr., Rasmus
sen; Hakodate. i
Lurllne, Am. bg., Schaubc, S .F.
Mary A. Troop, Dr. bk., Wally.
M. P. Grace, Am. sp., Grant, New
er Stic. R. D. Hogue.
Manila, Am. schr., Knudson, New
castle; J. J. Moore & Co.
Mary Dodge, Am. schr., Olsen, What
com. M. Wlkelman, Am. bkt., Renneuhe,
Nuuanu, Am. bk., Josseln, New
Yo-k; Chas. Drewer & Co.
Ntwsboy, Am. bkt., Chlpperflcld,
Newcastle; J, J. Mooro & Co.
Omega, Am. bkt., Macklo, Nowcastlc;
I, 11. Hogue.
Palmyra, Am. bk., Keller; Newcas
tle; J, J. Mooro & Co.
Passepartout, Nor. sp , Ncltsen, Syd
ney Henry Lund & Co.
Philippine, Am. schr., Larseu;
.Paul Isenberg, Ger. bk., Ott, Bremen.
Queen, Am. schr., Frcdrlckson, Port
Reporter, Am. schr., Dahloff; Gray's
Snow & Durgcss, Am. bk., Olsen;
Newcastle; Hind, Rolph & Co.
Seminole, Am. bk Tajlor, Newcas
tle. J. J. Mooro & Co.
Sonoma, Am, bk., Stursland, Now
cattle; J. J. Mooro & Co.
Sim of Ilengul, Am. bk., Henderson,
Ncwiastlc, J. J. Muora & Co.
rinnta Ana, Am. schr.., Strand; Se
attle Trlli s, Ger. bk Nielsen, Huinburg,
Jltjrr, Wilson fc Co.
1rai.lt, Am. schr., Jorgcnsen, Now
cafile; llalfour, Guthrie & Co.
Two Brothers, Am. sp ,. Wilson; Tu
coiria. W. F Wltzctnann, Am. schr., Dutes
hor; Gruy's Harbor.
'.Vac husett, Am. sp,, Lnmborth, Now-(astln-
It. II. Hnguo. '
Win II. Smith, Am. sp., Colly, Now
caetle; 1, J. Mooro & Co.
Vega, Am. schr. Cook, Port Dlake
ley.. The Evening bulletin, 71 cent per
Hundreds of People At
tend Services in
OFFICIALS AND PROMINENT
CITIZENS WERE PRESEN I
Addresses by Revs. John Usbome, W.
M. Kincaid and H. H. Parker
To do honor to the memory ot Brit
ain's beloved Queen Victoria hundreds
of people Journejed to Kawnlahao
eburih jcatenlny afternoon in spite of
tho rain and the muddy streets Not
only were the regular pews filled hut
the galleries and the chairs in the
aisles were nil occupied and n few peo
ple stood All nationalities were rep
resented for Victoria wlj beloved li)
add In Hawaii ns well as In other loim-
trles of the glebe.
Th" cl urch was appropriately ar
ranged for the solemn occasion At
the cnttnnce were the American nnd
Hawaiian (lags draped together while
on the front part of the pulpit stand
nnd the eboli were British flags 11k
milium 'if tbe gallerlts the choir and
other parts of the church were draped
The Intnl. stationed outside on the
lawn, plaed sotinn music for a Inlf
hour previous to the beginning of the
services then ns the hands of tho
dock pointed to the hour of 2, the notes
of tho organ mingled sweetly with
those of the 'cello and the lol(n, broke
softly on the assembled congregation
It was tho funeral march of Chopin
Just previous to this, the Ilov. John
Usbome of St Clement' jhapel .ho
Rev. Hamilton Lee of St. Andrew s.
the Rev W M. Klncnld of Central
Union and the Rev. II. II. Parker of
Kawaiahao, came out ot the pastor's
study and took their places In the pul
pit. When tho prelude had ceased,
there came tho singing of tho hnin.
"On the Resurrection Morn" by the
combined choirs of St. Andrew's Cathe-
dray and St. Clement's chapel. Then
followed the service of the Episcopal
After tho singing of "Nearer, My
God to Thee," Rev. John Usborne de
livered nn address which ended with
n beautiful tribute to tho dead Queen.
He spoke of the temptations that had
surrounded her during early life nnd of
her rising superior above them nil
Iter's was certain!) the white flower of
n blameless life nnd that llfo Just I licit
the veneration lu'vvhlch she was held
As the tempoi.il head of tho church
she realized all her responsibilities anil
lived up to them The greatuiss of
England today, said the speaker, was
due to those traits which had so en
deared her to the hearts of her people
The crown of righteousness belongi d
to those who had won It. Victor! 1
hail certainly won hers.
Rev. II. II. Parker spoke In Hawa
iian ami his nddrcss was also In praise
of the most Just reign of Queen Vic
toria. In the beginning, he likened tho
cnrrowfiit feelings of the pcoplo all
over tho world nt tho denth of En
gland's beloved queen to the rain fall
ing outside. Ho spoke of her motherly
feeling tor her country and the people
under her nnd Bald that. In assuming
tho robes of state and the crown of
ronlty, she did not cast nslda tho robes
ot a mother to her people. In conclu
sion, Mr. Purker spoke of tho last
words ot the Queen which pointed to
ward tho pea co of tho world.
The last address of tho memorial ser
vice was by Rev. W. M. Klncald of Cen
tral Union church and, as he finished,
thero was Just the slightest Indication
of applause, so graceful had been his
remarks He spoke of the dead Queen
us tho noblest of her sex, mourned hy
nll, tho civilized world over.
During her reign, sho had shown
great wisdom and marvelous tact. Then
tho speikcr remarked Hint tho whole
secret of tho success of tho Victorian
reign was duo to tho wisdom shown by
the Queen Ho referred to tho Into
King's death on Juno 30, 1837. and
these words of tha Queen to tho Arch
bishop of Canterbury, upon hearing
the announcement: "I nsk your priiy'
ers In my behalf," Ho further Referred
to tho speech which sho Hindu to tier
mother on assuming the throno when
(hut parent asked her If s'ie wero : ot
afraid- "No, because 1 nm Hiiro of my
Intention I lovo Justleo nnd good " Be
fore cone lulling his remarks, Mr. Kln
cald mentioned King Edward VII. and
expressed tho hopo that IiIh relgu
would bo full of fruitful lesults.
After this nddiess came the singing
of tho hmn. "Now tint LaboieiH Task
Is O it', another reading and the bene'
diction As the vast assemblage was
passing nut of tho church, tho bind
plned sovcral solemn selections
Among thoso present at tho mem
orial services were the following- Gov
ernor Dnlo (attended by t'ul J 11 So
per. Lieut. C M. V. Forstcr In uniform
and Sccretnry A. G. S. Hnwes), Chief
Justice Krear, Justice C. A Oiilbralth
and wife, Justice Antonio Perry, At
torney General E. P. Dole A. T. At
kinson nnd wife, J. A, McCandless, T.
F. Lansing, Judge M. M. Esteo nnd
w Ife, J. C. Dalrd, E. R. SUckable, W. R.
A Healthy Stomach
makers pure blood, vlgoro"s neres-a strong
boJy. Hnotetter's Stoma-h Hitters
strengthen vveik stomachs. An occasional
dose will keep the boweis active. Taken
regularly. It will cure lndlfetlon, consti
pation, dvsp-psli, biliousness, Inactive
liver or kldness, mahrla fever and ague.
It will cure vou. See thit a Prlvnte
lie venue btnmp covers the neck of the
It has no
Hoire British Consul, nnd the Consuls
of the other powers Prince David Kn
wananakoa. Major Ennls. Cnpt. Sla
ker, Lieut Kctch.iui, Major Talor,
Lieut. -Com. Bond and wife. l'a master
Hall and a large list of prominent citi
zens and their wives.
New- York, Feb, 2. The Evening
Post sns It vvr.s announced toilny
that tho Hnrrlman syndicate has not
only acquired largo holdings of South
ern Pacific stock, but Is nlso obtaining
control ot tho Missouri, Kansas and
Texas Thus It is shown that tho mo
tives which led tho Hnrrimnn syndi
cate to secure tho Spejer and Hun
tington holdings In the aouthcrn Pa
eldc Railroad and thus a dominating
Interest In that propel .y, Involved a
vaster scheme of railroad consolida
tion Tho close Identification of tho Grtuld
Intercut w.th tho members of tho liar
rlman sjndlcrto would incllltrto tho
new relrtlons proposed for tho Kansas
nr.d Texas property nnd tho control o'
tho Missouri, Kansas nnd Texas, It
was asserted today, had been practi
cally already assured to tho syndi
cate. The sndlcato's control of these
properties maelo more feasible and do
slrablo tho control of the Sot them
Pacific, because It was tho only re
maining company west of tho Missis
sippi whoso lines wero In Intimate re
lations with tho other properties con
trolled by tho syndicate.
The Siouthern Pacific connection to
Snn Francisco Is essential to the
Union Pacific nnd tho Missouri Pa
cific's Denver line, ljlng between thnt
of the Union Pacific and the Atchison
and reaching the Mississippi river nt
St Louis, gives nil outlet to the lower
Mississippi river essentlnl to the
broadest control of the markets of
lt was learned on the best author
ity todoy ehnt the amount or stock
Involved In tho purclinso of the South
ern Pacific constitutes two fifths of
tho entlio outstanding share capital
oroir$t9r,,832.nno This Is ns near an
nbsoluto majority ns could bo secured
nnd constituted tho entire holding of
tho Huntington estate nnd of tho sjn
dlcate formed by Spejer & Co last
April to tnko over tho holdings of tho
Stnnford Crocker estntes. This gives
Mr. Harrlmnn and Kuhn, Loeh & Co.
control of tho management ns thero
nro no other largo blocks of stocks
Klmlinll Company Pence.
San Francisco, Feb. 2. Peace
reigns onco moro among tho share
holders of tho Kimball Steamship
Company. At tho annual meeting Wed
nesday all differences wero settled and
tho report of tho seeretnry and treas
urer was received with cheers. It
showed tho concern to bo on n sound
financial basis nnd that tho prospects
for tho ensuing year wero very bright.
Tho officers elected by tho sharehold
ers wero: Joseph Marsdcn, presl
dent; Robert J. Tjson, vice president;
John II, Bullock, secretary and treas
urer, and tftorgo W. Mncfurlano, ill
rector. Now thnt nil differences nro
settled tho company should provo ono
of tho most rveessful on tho coast.
Huwultan Lcmvch Now York.
Now York, Jan. 27. Tho new
American irelRht steamer Hawaiian
of tho now Amerlcnn-lIawQlIau Stenm
Hhlp Company salted on her maiden
trip from thin port today for San Krnn-
cIhco and Honolulu, 'lho Hawaiian Ih
In comma. il of Captain Ham-fluid nnd
Is tho second of tho IIiio'b tuns ostteU
to luno thlfl port. Monthly huIIIiikh
w 111 follow with tho now steamers Oro-
Konlun, Cnllfornlnn, Amcrkan, Alas
lnn nnd Arlzonlau
A number of photograph ,
notably IHE LEI GIRL" "PAN
ORAMIC VIEW OF II ONOLULU"
"THE LEf women" and others
have been copywrighted uncier
the United States .Law by
AESSRS. KING BROS., the
This firm is producing s me
superb Cloud Effects printed n
Platiuum, which are worthy of
Atr. Melvin, who Ins charg
of the photograph department.
is capable of doincr wonders in
this line, which in due time
will be fully developed.
SOUTHERN 1 W
THE PACIFIC MILL COMPANT
has sucveeded to the planing mill business
of the Enterprise Mill Co., Ltd., Alake
and Richards streets, and respectfully soU
clts the patronage of all former customer!
of the latter mill company.
1716 tf W. H.G.ARNEMANN.
Stockholders are hereby notified ttut th
Foufth Assessment of 5 per cent or two id
one-half dolhrs per share on Ihe Capital
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and paysbU
July 1st, at the office of the undersigned,
Actg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Cei
Honolulu. June t. tooo mo
Stockholders of the Hawaiian Chinese
Kona Coffee Plantation Co, Ltd., art
hereby notified to surrender their old certi
ficates and receive new ones. The sec-e-tary
will be at the Hawaiian Chinese
News Co., at Chang Kim's otTue evert
SATURDAY this month from 2 to 1 p. m
Honolulu. February IL 1901. t75cj-ivs'
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At a meeting of the C, F. HERRICK
CARRIAGE CO., LTD., held January
28th, loor, the following officers veic
elected to serve for the ensuing year :
President,... . D. P. R. Isenberg
Vlce-preldrnt, .C. F. llerrick
recrctar), .. . James H.Boyd
Treavurer F. B. Damon
Auditor L. C. Abies
Director John Ouderklrk
Director,.. .Harry Armltage
James h. boyd,
At thendjourmd annual meet ng of thr
HAWAII LAND CO., LTD., heldthii
div, the follow lug 1 Ulcers were elected ta
rrve fcr the tnsulng ear;
W. C. Achl, Eva. ....Presldent.nnd Mgr.
M. K. Nikulni. bq . .. lct-Prejldit
Jese Mik.ilnal, I:i) Treasurer
IJioch Johnson. EJ, . ...Sscretary
Chris J. Holt, E q A ditor
Hoard of Directors: Jomh Kumalae,
Eq F. J. Testa, Esq. and J. M. Kei.
Secretary Hawaiian Land Co., Ltd.
February 6. 1001. L7i")'
At the adioumed annual meetlnc of the
stockholders of E. O. HALL .V SON,
L I U., held Thurciv January 7th, le)ot,
the following ofTne-s and directors were
electeJ to serve fur tn; ensuing year:
W. W. Hall President
E. O. White Treasurer
E. H. Pals Secretary
E. II. Paris Auditor
Ths above, with A. J. Campbell and
Bruce Cartwrleht. constitute the board rf
E. H. PARIS,
Secretary E. O. Hall & Snn, Ltd.
February 7th, loot. 17W-IW
Election ot Officers.
Notice Is hereby given that the follow
ing board of officers were electeJ to serve
at the annual meeting ot the HAVtOA
PLANTATION CO.. held on February
W. F. Allen President
H. P. BalJvv In vIce-Presldent
G. H. Kobertson Treasurer
E. F. Bishop .. Secretary
P. C. Jones D'rector
I he above compose the BoirJ of D -rector-.
Auditot: T RlcharJ Robinson.
Ui'eJ Honolulu, Februrv 4, tool
E. P. BISHOP.
Notice Is hereby glv en that the foilovvltr
Bond of Otlicer wcreel-cted at the An
nual Meeting of C. HRLWLK & CO.
(LTD.) held this day, to serve for the en
suing year, viz :
Chas. M. Cooke, President
Geo. II. Robertson -
Vice-President and Mi' age'
E. F. Bishop, ... Sec. and Treas.
Col. W. F. Allen, . . Auditor
P. C, Jones, Esq . )
H Waterhouse. Esq Directors.
Geo R.Carter, Esq )
E. F. BISHOP,
Dated Honolulu. Feb. 6, 1001. 1757-aw
IN Till CIRCUIT COURT, TIRST CIRCWr
t the Territory ot Hawaii In prubitr at cturnhm
in the matlrr nt trie rUtr ol Inul riiplilanl, Ulf l
Hunotu u OjIiu. JtctMf.'i The r-rtitlnn and atrium.
of Vm aJmlnUirator of the mate ol jJ JeccawA
ha vine N-rn MrJ tilicrtln It atka that hl arrnoma
J cxaminvJ anJ arproteJ, anj that a final or Jr W
maJe of Jl-trlhitlun of the f ntrrrly remaining in bU.
lianJt f'i the pron therttu enhtleJ inJ Jtscrurctar
htm from all further repontltiItY a suth a4mmitt
rator It U orJered that MonJay, the ih day of
Marth A I) . ion at o it clink a m . at hatJi
In the Court Home at Horn lu u Uahu I and tv
tame hereby 1 appoint 1 at the time and rtlacc tm
heari-j; alJ rttl'lou an4 acoint nl Ifat nil vr
on Interfile! may then anJ there appear anJ )
faue, If any they have, why the tame houlJ not r
iiunruu'f January tt, ioi, , 141
lly the Court
J. A THOMPSON,
T3-4tJan tfi.iq 16 OerV
The unJmlcneJ hat Inr been dulv appointed ml-
mlnlvtratori with Ihe will anneaei oftherlalrfi
Lau TMrun.otherw leLauChonr, furmerly t Hem
lulu, Hiwall, late of Hong Ktmg Jeceitri, h(Vf
Klvt ntlre to alt creJitora to rret tthetr tiiim
July au'hentlcaieJ ani whh proprr vuuchitt, it may
exikt ern If thedalm It vecurei b nnrtjrape up t
it estate tithrm h fcalJ unJervljfni'J at tU ax
of Wine Wo Tal Nuuanu ttrect, ner Klnp, In m
Honolulu, whhln U months from thlt Jjitnt prt
ratlon, arj If ta J claim be not pntrn fWiihluWi
iime, mey knii1 re torever ra reJ AUtera nt
JeMeJ tosalletiti are r qetej t mk tmrmJUtt
I a inert to nU unifrslcnci ot a)J oftKt
Dated, January iit-t, iqui,
AJmlnlitratort with the will annJif-itsitThun-lrl-Sat
HOUSb WITH l.O T, 60 ft. by sec
ft, Houif contains mv roomf,
lan.ii, bath room, clothes closjtv
and china closet Built entirely of
Nor'west and almost new.
HOUSE 1.1Kb THE FIRST, witJt
lot Go It. by 120 tt.
LOTS WIThOUT HOUSES.
HirIi yround. E(.ellentne'fthbK
hood. Near botli new and old r
lines. Lame trees.
Inquire of C. BOLTE, ,
19 Merchant Street, orf
i740-tf Pensacola Street.