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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T..THURSDAY,
FED. 21, 1901.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA Mch. 2
SIERRA Mch. 12
MARIPOSA Mch. 23
SONOMA Apr. 2
MARIPOSA Apr. 13
VENTURA .....' Apr. 23
MARIPOSA Mar 4
SIERRA Mar 18
MARIPOSA Mar 23
SONOMA June 4
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers the agents ire prr
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all 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 AQENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go. .
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. $ Top Klsen Kalsha
, StaMU el tb above coaputa will call it Hoooluto and leave tbti port on or tboot ibo
. .dltl MOW MSDtlOflSd t. .
For Japan and China:
Nippon Mini .. February to
Rio de Janeiro Mrch6
Coptic March ti
America Maru March
Fee twwal lofomMoo tpiy
H. Hackfeld &
aVStttBarf of the abort Mot, running 'o eooMCilot with the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO
fa VaBConvr, 0. C. and Sydney, N. S. W., aod calling tt Victoria, C. C, Honolulu aad Brisbane
flllH AT 3IOnOItJIU oa or about tbo datttbolor stated vlt i
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, B. C,
r Bflabana and Sydney:
Wan I moo Mar. 16
Mlowera.. April i
Aorancl May it
Warrlmoo.... June 8
JwTTfcrootb tlcketa Ueued Iron Hooololo to Canada, Uoltad State and Europa.
raiiafa an general laroraiaiioD, appiy 10
Theo. H.Davlce&Co.,Ltd., Gcn'IAfeents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
S. S. CAL1FORNIAN, 6,000 tons, to sill early In April
S. S. OREGONIAN, 6,000 tons, tosall
S.S. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, tosall
S.S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, tosall -
Freight received at company's wharf. 42J Street, South Brooklln, at all times.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H, HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Wilder's Steamship Company
I FREIGHT AND
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
WhenYau Waqt a ig
BIND UP THE. .
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
........ H8FOUT STBKJn
Stable- 'Phone, 477
Back Stand 'Phonos, 319 and 71 .
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Black Sand
1 In Quantities to Suit
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
WST Dump Carts furnished by the da)
on Hour's Notice.
H. R HITCHCOCK
Merchant St., In M. D. Monsarrat's omce.
THE UNION EXPRESS CO.
Drays for Freight
Our representative meets all Incoming
steamers from the Coast and we died'
baggage on all outgoing steamers.
White aod Black Sand For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin. 210 Klnx
street. Tel. 86.
W. LARSEN, H'i'r.
lateral Manager ot
Tb fiqu'ttblf. Life AauMnce 8wi
0 Hriltsd Statu tot th HhkiU
Ontomi Uirotiaat fltreal. Ho
M. PHILLIPS ft IX
Wbolasils Impostors and obbui
loroptan and American Drj too
go t nd Queen 8tret,
H. HACKFELD & 00., 1
IBHEBAL COMMISSION AOI'f" '
Cor. fort and Queen ritreolt
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA Mch. C
SONOMA Mch. 12
MARIPOSA Mch. 27
VENTURA Apr. 2
MARIPOSA Apr. 17
SIERRA '....Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 8
SONOMA May 14
MARIPOSA May 29
VENTURA June 4
For San Francisco:
America Maru March i
City of Peking; March 8
iJaeUe March 16
Hongkong Maru ,,. March t
Co., Ltd, Agents.
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria aed Vancouver (B. C):
AoMngl ,,. April io
Wi moo,...,.,,.,,, May 8
Mlowera June 5
For Freltbt ao3
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
On y FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Birber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
M5 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX. G. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Co.
From nnd. After January 1, 1819.
STATIONS. Dally D.llr
(Outw.id) . Sot. llr . Sui. D.llr Dalljr
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O Y. Dkiimok. HiinxrlntAinlAnt.
Mrs, Annis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, " Mlfinon "
720 Beretanla street; Tel. 1114. ifa7-tf
E. K. KAA1,
Toucher of .itar, Mandolin, ZltU
Ukulele and Taro Patch.
Orders to be left cam of Wall, Nichni
Subscribers to the BUL
LETIN not receiving tne'r pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying tbe "Busi
ness CMce, Telephone 156
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mhqm awsmnn f s
HOME RULERS ARE NOW
CLOSE TO END OF WORK
Testa and Quinn in a Wordy Discus
sion Chairman Leaves
Meeting in High
The Independent charter commltteo
met Inst evening In Foster hall, prl
marlly for tbe purpose ot taking up the
city charter nnd listening to the sug
gcstlonii nnd reports of the several com
mittees on revision and ward boundar
ies, was called to order nt 7:43 with
P. J. Testa In the chair. During Us
progress, a caucus of several mem
bers of the Independent party of both
houses of tho Legislature, was being
held In an adjoining room.
During tho progress of tho meeting,
eoveral amendments were suggested. J.
C. Quinn took the door nnd suggested
that tho clause In the charter relative
to Hip first appointment of the city
council men by the legislative body be
stricken out nnd that they be elected by
Quinn lmvlng tho floor, stronglv ob
jected to the nbovo clause In the char
ter and backed up his opinion by stat
ing that the Independent party should
elect Its own councllmcn.
Chairman Testa then Interrupted Mr.
Quinn by stating that ho wanted him to
understand that this was not the In
dependent party, but a strictly non
partisan commission nnd that he as
chairman, wns not appointed by tho
executive committee of the Independent
party. He was asked to serve on a
non-partlsnn commission and he agreed
In the midst of the heated discussion,
Mr. Testa picked up his hat and con
cluded by saying that. If this commis
sion wns to bo considered nn Indepen
dent organization, ho would quit right
there, suiting the action to the word, he
Immediately left tho hall.
In order to finish tho business beforo
the meeting, the committee appointed
Larry Dee to act as temporory chair
Tho commltteo then got down to
business again nnd passed a motion to
the effect that, Instead of the Legisla
ture appointing tho councllmcn, they
bo elected by the duly qualified voters
of the city, five for one year, nnd six
for two years. Wnrd No. 1 to have
threo councllmen; Ward No. 2, two;
Ward No. 3. two; Ward No. 4. two;
Ward No. 5, two. The five wards as
arranged for In the charter covers
Moanalun, Wnlnlua nnd tho Tantalus
and Koolau ridge on the leeward side.
After much discussion on matters
connected with the final adoption of
tho city charter nnd the forwarding of
the samo to tho Legislature, the meet
ing then adjourned to next Friday
night, at which time the charter will
TO MY LADY CULOX.
Ir those well spun yarns called fairy
Told In yo ancient time;
We rend of monsters hatched In pools.
And renrcd In tho Btngnnnt sllme,
Who flew through the nlr on dragon's
Away from their natlvo fen.
Horrible creatures Indeed wero they,
For they sucked tho blood of men;
Till some Hobson knight with a big,
Took tho very desperate chnnco
Of finding the only spot In their hldo
That would yield to tho prod of the
Tho valiant knights aro dead and
But the monsters, as of yore.
Drcd In our pools as their grandpa's
And hunt for human gore.
Professor Koebelo. we call on tbee.
Knight of this recent day;
Arm thyBclf with bugs nnd drugs,
And drlvo thoso devils nway.
Tbn following program has been ar
ranged for tho concert on tho grounds
of tho Hawaiian Hotel this evening In
honor of Washington's Illrthday.
Overture Washington's Illrthday.
Cornet Solo Columbia Holllnson
Mr. Charles Krcutcr.
Grand Selection Tho llohemlan Olrl
(a) Ko Leo. (b) Mltlhnl Pua.
Miss J. Kclllaa.
(c) Kn inuwal (d) Kiiwlliwlll lbo
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Fantasia American Melodies ..Iloyer
Intennczn Cnnllerlu HiiBtlcnnu
Wnltzc-Tho Wandering Minstrel .
Medley Southern Plantation Songs
Tho Star Spangled Ilanner.
Tho uso of tho Singer In millions of
homeB shows tho unprecedented suc
cess of these Ideal sewing machines
It Is convincing pioot tlint the Singer
eccls In all kinds ot family sowing
nnd art necdlo work. All our sowing
machines are of the best construction,
beautifully decorated, nnd aro mounted
on selected woods In finely finished
cnblnetR of artistic design. I), llcr
Rersen. nucnt. 1Cj Detbel street. I'. 0.
ARE BEFORE CONGRESS
Secretary of Treasury Makes His Re
commendations as to Payment
of Hawaii's Bonded
Contained In a document submitted
to tho IIouso of Representatives at
Washington In regard to the appropria
tion for carrying Into effect tho Joint
resolution for tho annexation of tho
Hawaiian Islands Is n recommenda
tion by tho Secretary of the Treasury
to tho effect Hint Congress, In addition
to tho $764,570.31 already approp.latcd
for tho payment of the Postal Snlngs
Uank depositors, appropriate the fur
ther sum of $3,250,429.69.
In addition, tho Secretary of tho
Treasury hns recommended that tho
United Stntcs Government ussumo tho
Interest accruing rn tho nbovo bonds
slnco the 15th of June last year.
Out of tho amount of bonds to be re
tired by tho United States Govern
ment, there aro probably from one nnd
a half to two millions held In tills city.
Should tho appropriation pass, this
money will be shipped to Honolulu
nnd paid through the First National
lisnk of Hawaii, the government de
It Is not the Impression that the out
standing 5 per cent bonds will be paid,
as It Is natural to suppose that these
bonds will bo prefernTilo for the Ter
ritory to carry.
The matter will probably bo discuss
ed by the Territorial otllclals and the
authorities at Washington.
. The bonds as now outstanding, nre
sixes. 12,924,200; fives, 11,251,200;
fours and n half $11,000. According to
Treasurer Lansing's report. $4,186,100
of the money asked to be appropriated
(here will be a surplus of $311,229.69 to
go to the payment of five per cents.
Per O. S. S. Ventura from San Francis
co, Feb. 10:
tor nonoiuiu .miss in. ACKcrmau,
W. D. Alexander, W. M. Alexander.
Miss M. C. Alexander, J. G. Allen an J
wife, G. W. Ilarncs and wife, N. Y.
llarnes. Mrs. J. T. Darrnclougn Miss
Harraclough, C. E. ilartlctt, F. lie
lasco, II. K. Uelden, C. Uellstcdt,
Urothcr Ucrnnrd, I'lcrro Ilertln, C. II.
Dlgelow nnd wife, Jno. A. Hack, L. J.
llurdlck, Miss Lura L. Uurdlck, J. II.
Ilullock. Miss K. Cousins, Miss C.
Callum, J. Campbell, Jos. Campbell
nnd wife. A. Cnro, Miss A. Coleman,
Miss J. Cook, Miss K. Cook, C. N. Cot
ton and wife, W A. Cowley, Miss 13. V.
Crookcr, Mrs. W. C. Daniels nnd maid,
F. It. Davis and wife. Miss L. II. Davis,
W. II. Davis, Geo. S. Dearborn, wife
and 2 children. F. I- Decker. V. J. Dev
lin. W. I'. Fox. Mrs. N. Ueaton. C. Heft,
Oscar Dell, St C. Dlngood. N. Illack,
Sidney ilovlngdon, H. W. Drnce, J. II.
Cuinmlngs, II. K. Cuthburt, E. L. liver
ctte, (1. It. Gray, I. (lutte, W. J. Har
vey, II. Kecler, wife nnd Infant, John
i.uuwlg, M. Mngnon, Wm. Meyer, Win.
Mornn, T II. Campbell. II. F. Dilling
ham nnd wife, Mrs. W. A. Drlscoll nnd
Infant, Miss M. Deyer G. L. Edwurds,
wlfo end child, T. It. Fnlk and wife.
11. P. Faye. Mtb. Foster, Mrs. I. A. Fur
man, W. S. doodfollow and wife, 1).
It Green II. E. Hall nnd wife. W. E.
Hamilton and wife, G. W. Hind. A.
Huer, W. Jnmlchon and wife. Ho.
Father 1. M. Jullntte, A. E. Knesnr.
I K. Kentwell. Mrs. II. U Kerr I
F. Knhnke, A. E. Lacey, Itogcr I.np
ham, E. i.aylon, John Lloyd nnd wlfo,
E. C Macrarlnne. itev. A. Mackintosh
and wlfo, Miss Mackintosh, Miss Mc-
L. MnncbcHicr, Miss M. G. Marsn,
Cnpt. W. Matson. wlfo and child. E. W.
McConncll. L. C. Miller nnd wife.
Homo Miller, W .8. Miller and wlfo,
Miss I). Mills, n. S. Mooro. W. J. Nend
nnd wife. Miss E. Noble. Mrs. L. II
Onne, Mnstvr Orme, M. M. O'Shnugh
nessy. C. G. Owen, E. D. I'nge, O. II.
i'echt, 1. A. I'crry, A. ltoas. Geo. L.
Hcushllne, J. F. Hlley, J. Rosenberg,
II. II Scovel, A. Shlreholtz, Daniel
Smiley, I). W. Stovcns. T. II. Stownrt,
Miss Stownrt, L. F. Stone, Miss E. L.
Stowo, S. Sussmnn, S. A. Teal, L. A.
Thurston, wlfo nnd child, Geo. Tourny,
J. W. Vnn iiergen, Geo. Wat field, Wm.
Waterhouse, 8. A Watson, L. E. Wll
llnms, A. W. Wilson nnd wife. J. A,
Nelson O. F. l'fafflln, 1'. II. I'olndcx
tor. Miss N. 11 Smith, J. Snell, L.
Sterro nnd wife. Chas. Stoltz. W.
Thlcs, W. A. Zabrlsklo. Miss Rosen
Santn Ilarbara, Feb. 7. Mrs. Fred
erick Hnmsch, formerly Josephine,
Countess Hitter, ago 27 years, commit
ted suicide, by shooting herself lust
night at her beautiful humu on Hot
Springs road, El Montcrlto, Sbo died
almost Instantly. Mrs. Hnmsch hns
maintained a home hero for tho past
three years, coming hero directly from
Europe nt tho time of an estrangement
from her first husband, Count Hitter,
commodore In tho German navy. Two
yeais ago she returned to Europu nnd
obtained 11 divorce from tho count
A great scnndil resulted from the air
ing of tho affairs of the Count and
CountebS. Upturning to America when
she had obtained a divorce tbe Count-
ess eamn back to Santa Dai barn. Her
home Is one of Iho most magiilllcent
In El Monteclto suburb. She was fond
of horses and. being nn extellent whip
maintained tho best Btnblo here. She
had n passion also for outdoor sports
nnd wus a crack shot. She went but
llttln Into society, llvlni: rather lu so
The over popular Halnler beer is he-
coming a household word and "will
you havo a glass of Seattle," Is moro
often heard than anything else. Ths
Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap or
fc w STOMACH &
A Healthy Stomach
makes pure blood, vigorous nerves-a strong
body. H.ioetter's Stomach Hitters
strengthens weak stomachs. An occasional
dose will keep the bowels active. Taken
regularly, It will cure Indigestion, consti
pation, dyspepsia, biliousness, Inactive
liver or kldnevs. malaria fever and ague.
It will cure you. See that a Private
Revenue 8tnmp covers the neck of the
It has no
RlIM 1 TYPE
Albany, N. Y., Feb. 4. Uecauso he
believes tbo pcoplo of New York State
nic cclng blind through having to read
their newspapers nnd fiction In too
small type. Assemblyman Wauhope
Lynn tonight Introduced a bill to reg
ulate the size of typo used In such lit
erature. Lynn's bill provides that
books newspapers and serial llternture
shall not bo printed In a typo smaller
than eight point, "nor of which the
lower case nlphabct measures less than
fourteen cms." The provisions nre not
to apply to small print nn foot notes
or Indexes, or to books or other printed
mutter for referenco use only. The
bill, however, provides that tho State
Hoard of Health may exempt certain
kinds of printed mater.
Assemblyman Lynn said tonight:
"I do not think the bill will hurt news
papers any and It Is not aimed at them.
There are many thousands of people
dally ruining their eyes because of hnv-
lng to read literature they desire In
typo that Is much too small. I think it
Is within the provlnco ot tho legisla
ture to stop It."
TRAFFIC IN TUB SUEZ CANAL.
It appea's from the last annual tepott of
the board of managers of the Suez Com
pany that there was a substantial Increase
In the traffic of the canal during 1809, as
compared with the year previous, especial
ly In the total tonnage of vessels. In
1898, the number of vessels that passed
through the canal was 3503, with an ag-
g'egate burden of 9,238.60) tons, whereas
In i8oc; the number was 5,607 vessels,
representing an aggregate burden of
9,895,630 tons. This Is a gain of 104 ves
sels and 057,017 tons. The average bur
den of vessels Increased from 2,637 tons to
The average time consumed In passing
through the caral during the year 1891;
was eighteen hours and thirty-eight min
utes, an Increase of thirty-eight minutes
as compared with 1898. This Increase is
accounted for by tile fact that vesssls
passing through the canal under quaran
tine are compelled to avoid any contact
with the land, and must stop at night If
not provided with electric . headlights.
However, the time actually consumed by
vessels In steaming through the canal was
less In 1899 than the year previous, hav
ing been reduced from fifteen hours and
forty-three minutes to fifteen hours afMJ
forty-one minutes. Last vear 3,271 vessels,
being provided with eldtrlc lights, were
able to pass through the canal at night
These vessels formed 90 per cent of the
whole number, airalnst 94 per cent In 1898.
It is worthy of note that only 327
steamers passed through the canal for the
RU88IAN PRODUCTION OF COAL.
Consul General Hntloway reports ftom
St. Petersburg. January 4, 1901:
The Russian Mln ster of Finance has
announced that foreign coal Imported fur
Government rallroi's will be admitted
free of duty at all Russian ports until July
14, 1901. by which time, It N expected,
the domestic supply will equal the require
ments. In consequence of strikes In coal
mines near Warsaw and Lodz, coal In
tended for us- In those cities is admitted
free, and a materhl reduction has been
made In the Cu'y on coal for use at OJts
sa, bebastopol, and Nllnlacff. The output
of coal In Rusila In 1897 was lo.oco.ooo
tons; in i8q8, 11,956,000 tons. The figures
lor IM99 are nor completed; out tne output
fur l he tirst six mnutns 01 nut vear tndt
cited an Incre ise of 7,030,000 tons ov ct
th D.-oJuct on tortne same p:r od n IMS,
and it Is cxpfdeJ that the l.i-t pirt of the
ear will m.ixc .1 still nette snowing.
For An Anti-Saloon Lcngue.
Rev. E. S Chapman inado a strong
speech last night In favor of nn nntl
saloon league in Honolulu and nt the
closo of tho meeting many pcoplo slg
nitlcd their willingness to Join such
a. movement. ,
Dr. Chapman will address tho Ja
pancso Christian Society nt tho I'.i
lama Chlnitluii Tcmplo, Saturday even
ing at 8 o'clock,
Tboso wishing reliable horses, ex
perienced ilrlverB, new rlfis, fair prices
and courteous treatment should call Ml
tho Territory Stables. Their telephone
number Is Main 35. They deliver and
call for rigs free of charge.
I Corporation Notices.
A co-partnership Is announced between
William R. Castle, Jr., and Philip M.
LansJale. fir the purpose of carrying on a
generil Real Estate, Trust, an J Investment
business. All business done bv W. R.
Castle, Jr.. will hereafter be carried on
under the firm name of Castle & Lins
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 pitp nage of all former customers
of the latter mill company.
1716 If W. H.G. ARNEMANN.
Stockholders are hereby notified that thi
Foufth Assessment of 5 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 payabls
July tst, at the office of the undersigned,
Ml Fort street. J.H.FISHER.
Actg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co
Honolulu. June 1. 1000. 1550
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the adjourneJ annual meeting of the
M.RGSTRO.N MUSIC COAM'ANV, LTD.,
htld this day, the following officers were
elected for the ensuing year:
J. W. Bergstrom.... President and Mgr
C. S. Desky Vice-president
C. J. Hutchlns. Treasurer
W. O. Atwater. . . .Sec'y anj Auditor
A.F.Cooke D rector
The above otlicels also constitute the
Hoard of Directors.
W. O. ATWATER,
Honolulu. Feb. 16. tool. 1769-31
Election of Officers.
Notice is hfeby given that the follow
Ing bnrd of nificers were electeJ lo serve
at the annual meeting ot the HA MO A
PLAN TA I ION CO.. held on February
W. F. Allen President
H. P. Baldwin . vice-President
G. H. I'obertson Treasurer
E. F. Ulshr.p Secretary
P. C. Janes Director
The above compose the Board of Di
rector. Audlto:: T RlcharJ Robinson.
Dated Hoiolulu, Februrv 4. 1901.
E. P. BISHOP,
1 7 56 2w Secretary.
Election of Officers.
Nolle l iicreby given that the following
Board of Officers were elected at the An
nual Meetlne of C. URBWER & CO..
(LTD.) held this day, to serve for the en
suing year, vl; :
Chas. M. Cooke, President
Geo. II. Robertson..
Vice-President and Manager
E.F.Itlshop Sec. and Treas.
Col. W. F. Allen, Auditor
P. C, Jones, Esq . )
H. Waterhouse. Esq V Directors.
Geo. R. Carter, Esq. J
E. F. BISHOP.
Dated Honolulu. Feb. 6, 1001. 1757-2W
Estate of August Kraft, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice It herety f tven by the unJrfeneJ aJmln
litMtor with tht hI nnJtrJ of the abut namcJ
ntaif lo thi crtJIiors ot an J all pe'tons tmlnj;
clim air a I ktthrsaiJ eMate to ptcunt ihflr claims
Jul au hVndoU i ar4 with proper voucher, If any
ftlit ffen if ti4 claim Is cureJ by mortactf upon
real eu e) to h'm, el her a( hl retUtnce or place of
bulnei. vr lo l L. Weaker, hlwt uney at Ifoio
lulu within l m'tttht irvm the date of thi nolle e.
or tht shall be forever barrel
nonoiuiu, January i. iu i.
W. L. HOWARD.
ITTOl.fr. ,..'-,t 7,t AJmln lura tor
Estate of William Dudley Hunt.
EXECUTRIX NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The unJenlrntJ havlnt? been Julv an n nh J Ft.
cutrlx flf the Hill of W LLIAM DUDISY HUNT,
JeceaicJ, by o'Jtr ol Hon. A S Humphreys, First
luJte if the Mrst Circuit Court,
Nutlet It hereby given lo all persons having cUlms
acalns' the stlj estate to pretent the time, (with
proper vouchers, If any exist, Juiy authenticate!,
rrttr secured by mortea? or oherwlse, to the
undersign., at the oflue ot I'e erton & Matthtman,
Attorneys, is Kaahumanu street, Honolulu Oahj,
Hlthln sU mirths from this Jate, or thty will bt for
All persons ln4ebteJ to sa J estate are reuesteJ to
make settlement wltt) the unJe'tlrneJ
Executrix of the w I of William DuJIcy Hunt.
Dat4 Honitulu T II., lebruary so, 1901,
Ift9'4t to. tT,6. t
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Tlie tnJt sUncd tutlne been Juy appolntei ai
minis rator of t teiUUot Augutto C I'estana. lata
of Hmolulu, UlinJ ot Oahu, dectattj, notka Is
hereby given to all persons 'opti nt th Ir claims
aujlnit the estate of said ugusti C Pestana, Je
ceaveJ, July authen Icated, whether ttcureJ by mort
gage or otherwise, to the uniertlg ti at his office,
tn Queen ttrett, Honolulu a'nreuM, within six
months from the date hereof, or they will bt furevrr
ba rei, and all persons In Jet-ted to said estate are
he eb requested to make ImmeJiate pa)ment fo the
Dated Honolulu, January it toot
M A GONSALVCS.
AJmlnlitra'nr.of tht estate of 'ugutto C. Pestana
itw; 4w-,w JecvaseJ
The undersigned havtne been duly appointed ad
mlnlstrators with itie will annexed of theettteof
Lau Tseung.btherw'seLauChont., formerly f Hono
lulu, Hawaii, late ot Hong Kong, Jecea ed. hereby
give notice to all creditors to prcst t their claims,
duly au hcitlcated and with proper ourhrr. If any
ex'tt, even if the claim Is st-cured by mortgage up n
reil estate, to ttirm.'h saldundersfgned, at ihe office
of Wing WoTal, Nuuanu street, near King, In tali
Honolulu, nlthin six months from this date of publi
cation, and If sa d claims tt nol presented within such
time, thty vhl be forever ba red. All fcrsi.ns In
debied to tali estate are r n ested lo mke Immediate
pa men I to slid undersigned at said oflici,
Dated, January ml, ipoi,
f LAU YIW,
Administrators with the wilt annexed.
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