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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T.. MONDAY, FEBrtUAIlY 11. 1901.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers ot this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA . Feb. 9
VENTURA Feb. 19
MARIPOSA Men. 2
SIERRA Mch. 12
MARIPOSA MchT 23
SONOMA Apr. 2
MARIPOSA Apr. 13
VENTURA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 4
SIERRA Mar 18
MARIPOSA Mar 25
SONOMA June 4
In connection with the sailing ot the above steamers the agents ire pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by anr rail
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
BTork by anr 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. 0 Tojo Kisea Kalsba
. I tea air a of the tfeort coapiolM will call at Honolulu m4 Uare tali port oa or atoal taa
....daUi b.ow me.otloof.4i....
For Japan and China:
Rio da Janeiro..!
... March 6
... March 14
For (antral to formation fpijr 0
H. Hackfeld &
Caoadian - Australian Royal Mail Steamship Company.
aaarSteaaera ol the above Una. tannine ta connection win the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
litres Vancouver, B. C. ul Srdn.r. N. S.W.. and callloi l Victoria, D. C, Honolulu aod Brisbane
OUK AT llUNOIiUI.ll on or about the Sates below atatei rln
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, B. C.
r Brisbane and Sydney 1
Aorangl Ftb. li
Warrimoo Mir. 16
Mlowera April l
Aorangl May n
-strTaroogti UckaM leaned Iron Honolulu to Cuilt, United Slataa aid Europe. For Freight ul
aeiage aad all caaaral Information, apply to
Thco. H. Davlcs & Co., Ltd.. Gcn'l Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
6. 8. Hawaiian will be dispatched from New York on or before
January 15 for Ban Francisco, en route to Honolulu
To be followed by 6. S. Orefionlan. April loading.
Freight received at company's wharf, 42d Street, South Biooklyn,
at all times. For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSE,
General Freight AKent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
urate dp thk. ..
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
... 118 FOBT BTHJOn.
BUbls 'Phone, 477
Hack Stand 'Phonei, 319 and 71a.
O. H. BELLIMA.
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Black Sand
I In Quantities to Suit
- EXCAYAT1HG - CONTRACTED
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
tST Dump Carts furnished by the da)
on Hour's Notice.
H. R. HITCHCOCK-
Merchant St., In M. D. Monsarrat's omce.
Draya for Freight
Our representative meets all Incoming
teamers from the Coast nd we check
baggage on all outgoing steamers.
Wblte and Black Sand For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin. 210 King
street. Tel. 86.
W. LARSEN, Wf't.
bannal Manages ot
Tfaa UijnJUblj Life Asminc, Sooit
0' th United States (ot the Hawaii
. '' Islands.
, Ortiwi Marehant street. Hor
M. PHILLIPS & 00
Wholesale Importer! and Jobbsn
hroptin ind American Dry io
go t and Qneen BtiMts.
H. HAOKFBLD k 00., L
IEMEBAL COMMISSION AQEITl
, Cor. fort and Que.n Streets Eonm
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA Feb. 12
ALAMEDA Feb. 18
MARIPOSA Mch. C
SONOMA Mch. 12
MARIPOSA Mch. 27
VENTURA Apr. 2
MARIPOSA Apr. 17
SIERRA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA Mar 8
SONOMA May 14
MARIPOSA Mar 29
VENTURA June 4
For San Francisco :
Rio da Janeiro...
America Maru. ..
City ol Peking...
,. .February 11
., February 19
.. ..March 1
.... March 16
Co., Ltd., Agents.
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANB
For Victoria and Vancouver (B. C):
Warrimoo. Fb. I
Mlowtri Mar. i)
Aorvtgl April to
Wa moo MayS
Mlowtra Junt s
AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROAt 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 Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
11$ Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. i Montgomery St.. San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
147 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. B. & L. Co.
m and After January 1, 1849.
TATIONS. Dallj Dally
(Oatwarl) ai. Sua. tsellr ai. Sua. Dalljr Dally
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Paarl City... I.os .-.el utaa 14 Me
BwaMIII , In io. ol it:oo 4:01 iiu
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A.M. A.M. PIT. P.M.
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PeeilCltj I.11 1.9 113a ata
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F. C. Hurra, Qen'l Pass. A Tloket
O. V. DantaoN. Rnrwirlntivlnt.
Mrs, Annis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, ' Mifinon "
720 Beretanla street; Tel. 1114. 1627-tf
B. K. JKAAI,
Teacher of ' ,itar, Mandolin, Zltba.
Ukulalo and Taros Patch.
Orders to be left care of Wall, Nichol.
Subscribers to tbe BUL
LETIN not receiving tnetr pa
pers promptlv will confer a
favor by notifying tbe 'Busi
ness Office, Telephone 156.
Additional, and Ilia latitt Shipping N.wi, will ba
lound on th. tlchtb pasa.
MOVEJtENTS OP STEAMEnS.
Steamers due and to sail for the next
thirty days are as follows:
Steamers. From. Due.
IUO DE JANEIRO Yokohama. Feb. 12
WAItntJIOO-Sydney Feb. 13
DOKIC 8. F. Feb. 1G
AOItANOI Victoria Feb. 1
ALAMEDA Sydney Feb. 18
SIEItitA S. F. Feb. 19
COPTIC Yokohama Feb. 19
NIPPON MAItU S. F Feb. 2C
Steamers. For. Due.
HIO DE JANEinO S. F. Feb. 12
MAniPOSA 3. F. , Feb. 13
WAnniJIOO Victoria Feb. 13
DOniC Yokohama Feb. 1C
AORANOI Sydney Feb. 15
ALAMEDA S. F. Feb. 18
SIERRA Sydney Feb. 19
COPTIC S. F. Feb. 16
NIPPON MAIIU Yokohama. . .Feb. 28
A government transport from San
Francisco, carrying mall, Is duo about
the 9th and 23d of each month.
VESSELS TO ATtnrVn AT HONOLU
LU AND HAWAIIAN POUTS.
(This list does not Include coasters.;
Alex. McN'all, Am. bk., Ekren, New
castle; J. J. Moore & Co.
Adderjac, Nor. sp Johansen, New
castle; Hind, Rolph & Co.
Addenda, Am. bkt, Perry, Newcas
tle; II. I). Hogue.
Uenmore, Nor. bk., Johnson; New
castle. Battle Abbey, Dr. bk., McOhle, New
castle; J. J, Moore & Co.
UlK llonanza, Am. bk., Bergman,
Newcastle; J. J. Moore & Co.
B. P. Cheney, Am. bk., Johnsqn, Tu
coma.. Churchill, Am. schr., Treaor, New
castle; R. B. Hogue.
City of Adelaide, Br. bk., Greenwood,
Newcastle; J. J. Mooro & Co.
Courtney Ford, Am. brig, Murchlson;
Challenger, Am. sp., Gould, Tacoma.
Drummulr, Br. sp.., Armstrong; New
castle. Drumburton, Br. bk., Thomas, New
Elwell, Am. sp.., Ellis, Newcastle;
J. J. Moore & Co.
Emily Reed, Am. sp., Baker, Ncwcai
tie; J. J. Moore & Co.
Fcohng Suey, Am. bk., Wlllett, New
York; Chas. Brewer & Co.
Tantasl, Am. bk., Anderson; Newcas
tle; J, J. Moore & Co.
Henry Falling, Am. sp., Mathews,
Honolulu, Am. schr., Stokkebye,
Newcastle; J. J. Moore & Co.
Haydn Brown,, Am. bk., Paulsen;
Newcastle; R. B. Hogue.
Hesper, Am. bk., Sodergren, Newcas
tle; J. J. Moore & Co.
Highlands, Br. bk., Smith, Newcas
tle; Hind, Rolph & Co.
Himalaya, Am. b., Williams, Newcas
tle; J. J. Mooro & Co.
Henry Vlllard, Am. sp., Quick, Sa
vannah; W. R. Oraco & Co.
Highland Light, Am. bk., McClurc;
Inca, Am. schr., Rnsmussen, Newcas
tle; J J. Moore & Co.
J. II. Bruce, Am. schr., Peterson;
Newcastle; Hind, Rolph & Co.
Jas. Rolph, Am. schr., Dedrtck, Ni
trate Ports; W. R. Orace & Co.
Lman D. Foster, Am. schr,, Klllman,
Newcastle; R, B. Hogue.
Louisiana, Am. sp., Halcrow, New-
casl'i; J. J. Moore & Co.
Lottie Bennett, Am. schr., Rasmus-
Lurllne, Am. bg., Schaube, S .F.
Mary A. Troop, Br. bk., Wally.
M. P. Orace, Am. sp., Qrant, New
castle, It. B. Hogue.
Manila, Am. schr., Knudson, New
castle; J. J. Mooro & Co.
Mary Dodge, Am. schr., Olsen, What
core. M. Wlkelman, Am. bkt., Renneche,
Nuuanu, Am. bk,, Josselyn, New
York; Chas. Brewer & Co.
Newsboy, Am. bkt, Chipperfleld,
Newcastle; J. J, Moore & Co.
Omega, Am. bkt., Mackle, Newcastle;
R. B. Hogue.
Palmyra, Am. bk., Kcllerf Newcas
tle; J. J. Moore & Co.
Passepartout, Nor. sp., Nellscn, Syd
ney: Henry Lund & Co.
' Philippine, Am. schr., Larseu;
Paul iBenberg, Qer. bk., Ott, Bremen.
Queen, Am. schr., Fredrlckson, Port
Reporter, Am. schr., Dahloff; Oray'a
Snow & Burgess, Am. bk., Olsen;
Newcastle; Hind, Rolph & Co.
Seminole, Am. bk., Taylor, Nowcaa
tlo: J. J. Mooro & Co.
Sonoma, Am, bk., Stursland, New
castle; J, J. Mooro & Co.
Star of Bengal, Am. bk Henderson;
Newcnstlo; J. J. Moore & Co.
Snntn Ana, Am. schr.., Strand; He-
Ttllus, Ger. bk., Nielsen, Hamburg,
Meyer, Wilson & Co.
Transit, Am, schr., Jorgensen, New
capllc; Balfour, Guthrlo & Co.
Two Brothers, Am. sp. Wilson; Ta-
W. F. Wltieraann, Am. schr., Butes
hoo; Gray's Harbor.
Wai husett, Am. sp., Lamberth, New
castle' R. u. Hague.
Win H. Smith, Am. sp., Colly, New
castle; J, J. Moore & Co.
Vega, Am, schr. Cook, Port Blake-
The Evening Bulletin, 7t cent per
SAY lAH IS FICTION
CHICAGO UNIVERSITY PROF.
SAYS 'TIS BUI" A STORY
Other Things in the Bible Not to be
Taken as Detail of Fact-Ancients
Used Examples Rather
Chicago, Jan. 20. "Do you regard
Jonah. as Action?" This was one of the
many questions asked by the students
of the Unhcrslty of Chicago at the con
ference on "College Students' DIIDcul
ties In Connection with the Bible," In
session at Cobb Hall today,
"Yes," was the answer of Prof. Shat
ter Mathews, one ot the members of the
Divinity School faculty.
The Jonah question had nome up In
tlio general discussion, the Bubject un
der discussion being "Miracles."
Dr. Gcorgo S, Goodspeed, who toaches
ancient history to tho divinity stu
dents, said: "Tho book ot Jonah was
written as Action. It was Intended to
teach a great religious lesson by a
Actlttous tale. This was bound to bo
Impressive. In that light It helps ui In
our conception of God If wo read the
book as a talc of Action. Accounts of
some miracles arc not Actlttous, but
are narrations of runts told In poetry.
When It sa In Psalms that the 'little
hilts leap' you are to take the state
ments as poetry. So, when Joshua
commanded the sun and monn to stand
still, and they stod still this Is not a
statement cf miracles. It Is a figure ot
One of Professor- Ooodspeed's main
points was that most of the miracles
were Agtirntlve statements, Intended to
teach lessons, and for most of them the
lesson was the providence of God In
affairs. He said that the purpose of the
Old Testament writers must be kept
constantly In view, and that no ono of
them ever wrote for history's sake.
PIL0T8 TO BLAME.
Seattle. Jan. 27. The United States
Inspectors ot Hulls and Boilers, after
Investigation of the wreck of the
steamer Tillamook, which met disaster
November 23th on Wood island reef,
near Kadlak, place the blame for tho
wreck on tho pilots. The written deci
sion has not been prepared, but Cap
tain Bryant, senior member of the lo
cal Board of Inspectors. In an Inter
view states that the pilots of the Tilla
mook. If. J. Gillespie and W. J. Kenncy,
will bo severely censured.
Captain H. M. Hughes, who com
manded the vessel, will bo found
guiltless ot any blame In connection
with tho wreck. Both Glllcspto and
Kenney were on the bridge of the Tilla
mook when she ran at full speed upon
the reef. Tho main part of the reef
Iz charted, but the Inspectors And ex
tenuation for the pilots In the fact that
tho Tlllamoog struck on an uncharted
extension of tho reef,
Tho Tillamook was under deep sea
register and thereforo not required to
carry coastwise pilots, so that tho In
spectors cannot Impose nny penalty be
yond designating the persons responsi
ble tor tho act.
AFTER MI88lfG VESSELS.
Tacoma, Jan. 27. The revenue cut
ter Grant, Captain I). I'. Tozler. starts
Monday morning on one ot the most
perilous voyages ever undertaken.
Shipping men and underwriters of the
entire Pacific Coast will anxiously
await her return, for she goes In search
of missing vessels and distressed mari
ners'. Twcnty-Ave vessels bound for Puget
sound and the Coast are missing, sup
posedly driven north. Vessels from
Alaska report the entlro west coast ot
Vancouver Island, 250 miles of rocks
and reefs, strewn with wreckage. The
Grant will examine every squaro Inch
ot Vancouver coast as far north as
Cape Scott In small boatB and launches,
and will search every pleco of wreck
age for Identification.
Tho Treasury Department Is high
ly commended by shipping men for
sending the cutter north, and, although
realizing their peril, officers of tho
revenue service ar too familiar with
danger to question their orders.
Admiral Coney CommondH.
San Diego, Jan. 28. Rear Admiral
Silas Casey Is now In command of tho
PaclAc squadron, and Rear Admiral
Albert Kautz Is retired from active ser
vlco In tho Nuvy. Tho Important naval
event took plate this morning at 11:30
o'clock on board tho Aagshlp Iowa
which lies anchored oft Coronado. Tho
ceremonies were simple, but strictly li
accordance with tho rules and regula
tions govcrnlug tho Navy. A short
time beforo tho cercmonlm, Admiral
Kautz and Admiral Casey loft tliu hotel
the latter being accompanied by his
aide. Lieut. Com. C. A. Tlppln, who
will act as Flag Lieutenant of tho Iowa
under Admiral Casey. Tho officers wern
attired In full uniform.
Another lilg Ktciimer,
New York, Jan. 29. A cabin to tho
Sun from London says; Tho White
Star Steamship Company has contract
ed with Harland & Wolff of Belfast tor
tho construction of a steamer to bo
employed In the trans-Atlanttic trade
that will bo 3000 tons larger than the
Oceanic. Sho will, thereforo, exceed
20,000 burden. This eclipses the Kai
ser Wllhclm II, now being built by tho
Vulcan Works at Stettin.
t Poor Harvard Nan
Now Rolls in Wealth
afk jaVjtVjtVjtVjtVjtV JV jtV autVk A
Cambridge, Mass., Jan. 27. Clarcnco
Klft Bush Is perhaps the most remark
able man with the most remarkable
record of any at Harvard. He entered
his sophomore year at Harvard with
out a dollar. He lived In an attic which
cost him less than a dollar a week,
and for board he had only gruel with
hot water and sugar. The various ways
in which he cooked the gruel made his
only change of fare. The total cost was
.40 cents a week. For considerably
more than a year he lived In this man
ner. Then one day he took Ave pounds
ot butter under his arm and peddled It
nut. With the money ho bought more
butter and peddled that In six months
he had a big route and a horse, was em
ploying other men to work for htm,
and was using the entlro product ot
tho leading New York State creamery
Ills business grew rapidly, and in a
year ho sold out his business, now In
eluding moro than 3000 customers In
and about Boston, and took tho Now
England agency for n combination ot
creameries In Now York. His salary
and commissions now amount to be
tween $3000 and $10,000 a year.
He Is now a senior In Harvard and
lles like other rich men. In expenslvo
rooms nnd on the most sumptuous fare,
but he says he Is not much more happy
than when living In an attic on a faro
that cost 40 cents a week.
DOROTHY DIX, PATRIOT.
The monument at Fortress Monroe to
the brave boys who fell there wa sug
gested by Dorothy DIx and erectrd at a
C st of 58o:o, everv cent of which she
ra'sea ntr tf. Uorothv o x's who e heart
and life were devoted to the cause of the
soldiers and the Insane, says the New
TorK "man ana express."
At the hrenklnjc out of the Civil War,
though nearly Co yeats of age, she entered
Washington with the wounded soldleis
from Baltimore as a volunteer r.urse. At
her own expense she hired and maintained
throughout the war two houses In Wash
ington to be used as headquarters for
nurses and convalescent soldiers, as well
as for depositories of supplies, for which
sne was constantly appealing to tne people
It Is claimed that she raised over Ji.-
ooo.ooo for Philanthropic purposes; that
she remodeled, or built from the founda
tions, twenty saylums and many alms
houses, many of the former of which are
models for Improved methods of training
Today, at her b ithntace on the Penob
scot the liberty flag 'which she so loved
and under which so many years of her
worn were spent is always Kept tuitng.
But manv of her women admirers think
she deserves a more lasting monument,
and so, on April 1$, i8oo, the National
Dorothy DIx Memorial Association was
organized at Hampden. The association
has acquhed the tract of land on the
renouscot wnere Dorothy's childhood
days were spent. Plans are already In
progress for lavlnz It out as a beautlfnl
park, and the women of Maine are con
sidering the erection of a superb monu
ment to her memory.
Admiral Kautz on Retired Llat.
Washington. Jan. 29. Rear Admiral
Kautz who has Just been relieved from
command of tho Pacific station, was
placed on tho retired list today on ac
count of age. He has had a long and
distinguished career, of which uearly
eighteen years was spent at sea.
If you have Sore Throat Puln-Klller
will euro It. ' If you have a couch or
cold, Paln-Klller will end It. If ynti
have cramps or diarrhoea, rain-Killer
will relievo It. If you cut, burn or
bruise yourself, Pain-Killer will stop
tho pain. In short, a bottlo of Pain
killer on your shelf will save you pain.
time and money. Avoid substitutes
there Is but one Paln-Klller, Perry Da
vis'. Prlco 25c and COc.
Local photographers expect
a rush of work in consequence
of the law requiring photo
graphs of each applicant.
KING BROS, are well pre
pared to dn their share of the
business, having on hand all
necessary supplies, which were
ordered long ago with this in
Regulations will be strictly
observed, and first class work
guaranteed to each customer
at lowest price.
Corner Hotel and Union Sts.
With a fully-equipped bindery, re
cently acquired from T. G. Thrum, a
largely Improved and extended me
chanical equipment Installed In com
modious quarters, tho Bulletin Pub
lishing Company Is prepared to handle
with dispatch anything In the lino of
printing, ruling or binding.
HOUSE WITH LOT, Co ft. by 200
it. Mouse contains six rooms,
lanai, bath-room, clothes closets,
and china closet. Built entirely of
Nor'west and almost new.
HOUSE LIKB THE FIRST, with
lot 60 ft. by 120 ft.
LOTS WIThOUT HOUSES. '
High ground. Excellentnelghbor
hood. Near both new and old car
lines. Large trees.
Inquire of C. BOLTE,
10 Merchant Street, or of
740-tf Pensacola Street.
THE PACIFIC MILL COMPANY
has succeeded to the planing mill business
of the Enterprise Mill Co., Ltd., Alakea
and Richards streets, and respectfully soli
cits the patronage of all former customers
of the latter mill company.
I7i6tf W. H.G.ARNEMANN.
Stockholders are hereby notified that th
Foufth Assessment of j per cent or two and
one-half dollars per share on the Capital
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payabla
July 1st, at the office of the undersigned.
Ill Fort street. J.H.FISHER.
.ctg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co
Honolulu, June I, looo. 1550
Stockholders of the Hawaiian Chinese
Kona Coffee Plantation Co, Ltd., are
hereby notified to sunender their old cerd
ficates and receive new ones. The secre
tary will be at the Hawaiian Chinese
News Co., at Chang Kim's office every
SATURDAY this month from 1 to 1 p. m
Honolulu, February 8. 1001. i75q-iw
BLECTION OF OFFICBRS.
At a meeting of the C. P. HERRICK
CARRIAGE CO., LTD., held' January
2ith, 1001, the following officers were
elected to serve for the ensuing year :
President D. P. R. Isenberg
Vice-president, .C. F. llerrlck
Secretary, James H. Boyd
Treasurer F. B. Damon
Auditor L. C. Abies
Director, John Ouderklrk
Director, Hairy Armltage
JAMES H. BOYD,
At the aJJourned annual meet'ng of the
HAWAII LAND CO.. LTD.. held this
day, the following officers were elected to
serve for the ensuing year;
W. C. Achl, bsq ....President nnd Mgr.
M. K. Naku Im. Eso vlca-PreilJmt
Jesse Makalnal, Esq Treasurer
taiocii jonnson, tsq Secretary
Chris J. Holt, Eq Auditor
Board of Directors: Jonah Kumalae,
Esq.. F. J. Testa. Esq and J. M. Kea.
Secretary Hawaiian Land Co., Ltd.
February 6, iqqi. iTJO-jt
Election of Officers.
At the adlourned annt al mretlntr nf thr
stockholders of E. O. HALL & SON,
LTD., held Thursday January 7th, 1001,
the following officers and dlrectors.were
elected to serve for the ensuing year:
W. W. Hall President
E. O. White Treasurer
t. H. Pa Is Secretary
E. II. Paris Auditor
The above, with A. J. fl-imntvit n,i
Bruce Cartwrlght, constitute the boird of
E. H. PARIS,
Secretary E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
February 7th. loot. wjo-iw
Election ot Officers.
Notice Is hereby given that the follow
at the annual meeting ot the HAMOA
PLANTATION CO., held on February
W. r. Allen President
H. P. Baldwin. . vice-President
G. H. Koberlson .Treasurer
E. F. Bishop Secretary
P. C.Jones Director
Ihe above comrose the Roar.l nf Di
Audltot: T. Richard Robinson.
Dated Honolulu, Februry 4, 1001.
p p. inciirin
'736 w Secretary-
Election of Officers.
Notice Is hereby given that the following
Board of Officers were elected at the An
nual Mectlnc of C. uiilwem k en..
(LTD.) held this day, to serve for the en
suing year, vU :
Chas. M. Cooke President
Geo. II. Robertson,-
Vice-President and Manager
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.
. . Secretary.
Dated Honolulu. Feb. 6. loot. I7S7-1W
NOTICE TO CRBDITORS.
Tht unJtrsirntd hvlnr been duly rrointJ A4
mln tntor of th tute ufJatnci Hutch I net. Ut ol
Honolulu. I.land of Oihu. deJ notice Is hcrt
by given to alt perwttoprtMnt tr.t'rcUlmt again!
the eutt ot til4 Jamt s Hatchings, JtcesUU, duty
authenticated whither tecurti by mortf ig or other
wlw. to the undmlfrntd at Mi ofhc on Queen .tree t
in th city M Honolulu. Ulaniof Oahu, with n iu
m'-nth. from tht dat hereof, or they vlll b forever
bared, and all per ion. IndttteJ io that.iattara
hereby required, to make Immediate payment to the
under Igned. .
A Jmlol.tratcir of the estate f Jhh i HuUhlngt,
Honolulu. Jan. y, 1901. iTjit.t
Notice to Creditors.
The uni.ralinei havlni; twn July arrolnteJ Ea
teuton ana Executrix r.tprctlvtly ol the estate ot
Jain.t A. Hopper. Jeceased, late ol Honolulu, Oahu,
notice la hereby Kite, to all crtjltora ti present thilr
clalna ataloituU Jantt A. Hopper, duly authen
ticated with proper vouchers, If aryexlsl. even II the
claim Is sicured ty mortgage upon real estate, to he
undersigned, at their oltice on I on street llonoluu.
Oahu. within six months from the dae i f he tirsl
publication hereof, or they will be ttrevtr barred.
Honolulu. Oahu. I ebruary at, A t).a tool.
WILLIAM L. IIOItR,
B. WLLIS PETEKSON.and
Executots and Executrix ot the estate ol James A.
Hopper, deceased 1 . 1 l-nt-ll
Notice to Creditors.
Letters Testamentary having been duly Usued Io
the Undersigned as Executors ol the Last Will and
Testament ol KOtlERTU. MAtlE, late ol Honolulu,
Island ol Oahu, Territory ot Haall. deceasej. No
lice Is hereby given to all persons to present their
claims Against the Estate ol said Robert ci. Rabe.
deieasej. duly authenticated, whether secured by
mort, age or r-therwUe. to the Undersigned ol their
offices In the City ot Honolulu or to Messrs Holmes
and Stanley, llielr Attorneys, at their Ofliie on Kaa.
humanu strict In th. City ol Honolulu, within IX
MONTHS from the date of the fir t publication here
ol or they will be forever barred, and all persons
Indebted to said bstala are hereby requested to make
Immediate payment to the Un Jerslt ned
rKEDfcHI it HARRISON,
Executors of tbe Last Will and Testament of Ro
bert U Rabe, deceased.
Honolulu. February ,th. io i teso-iit
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