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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., MONDAY, FED. 25, 1001.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder;
MAIUI'OSA Mch. 2
SIEIUIA i Mch. 12
MARIPOSA Mch. 23
SONOMA Apr. 2
MARIPOSA Apr. 13
VENTURA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 4
SIERRA May 18
MARIPOSA May 25
SONOMA June 4
In connection with the sailing of
(i pared to Issue, to Intending passengers,
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
York by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
j Wm. G. Irwin
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. B. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
tfccldenlal and Oriental Steamship Co. 0 Toyo Kisen Kalsba
. fltaaaara ol tba abova coapaaiaa will call at Honolulu ao4 laara tbla port ol or aboat ika
For Japan and China:
Nippon Miru Fibruirytt
Rtode Janeiro Match 6
Coptic March u
Antrica Maru March ti
for taoaral loforaatloa ipiy 'o
H. Hackfeld &
aVStMMtri of tb tbovt tin, moo In c to conoKtloo with tnt CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
HtM VocooTr, B. C, and Sydney, N. S. W.. ted cl!1n ti Vldorla, D. C. Honolulu nd Brttbaa
DUB AT SIONOLULu oo ol about lb dalu bfoi tUUd via
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C.
r Brlibaoa aodSydoayt
Wan I moo ..Mar. 16
Mlowtra April i)
Aorantl May it
Wart I moo JuntB
aVThrovcb ticket! laiued Uom Honolulu to Canada, Ualt4 Statea and Europe. For Frelfbt and
f tea are and all coaeral Inforaatlon, apply to
Thco. H. Da vjes & Co., Ltd., Gcn'l Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
S.S. CALIFORNIAN. 6,cootons, to sill early In April
S.S. OREGONIAN. 6,ooo tons, to sail
S.S. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail
S.S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail..,. .
Freight received at company's wnarf. 4J Street, South Brook 1 1 n, at all times.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
The Trustees of Oahu College now offer the magnificent residence ground,
containing home sites with Every Variety of level and rolled ground,
affording Superb Views of both mountain and ocean, with hea'thful air,
and a desirable elevation.
A broad central
Water Pipes laid
20 foot Alleys to contain water pipes, telephone poles, etc., ?nd afford rear
entrance to all lots.
At Auction. Saturday
Prices of Lots will undoubtedly be advanced after the First Sale.
Grounds will be shown
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA t....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
the above steamers the agents ire prr-
coupon through tickets by any rail
& Co., Limited
For San Francisco:
America Maru. March i
City of Peking March S
CtaeMc ... March 16
Hongkong Miru March tj
Co., Ltd., Agents.
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria and Vancouver (B. C):
Aovijl . Arrll i
Wa moo May 8
Mlowtra , June 3
boulevard already macademized,
on every block.
United In Bonds
Archibald Scott I'atill Robertson nml
Miss Kllza Crownlnberg were married
by the Itov. V. II. Kltcat In St. An
drew's Cathedral Saturday evening. A
large number of the relatives and
friends of the contracting parties were
In attendance. The Misses Helen and
Mabel Hobertson were the bridesmaids
while the groom wns attended by Harry
Hatcholor. Tho uihers wero Lionel
Hart and Sam Woods.
As the wedding party entered the
church, Wray Taylor, who presided at
, tho organ, played "How Welcome was
. the Call." This was sung by tho choir
ui 01, MimiuwB VsUwicurui uiiu wiu )U
pits of St. Andrew's Priory. The
hrlde was given away by her father,
David Crownlngbcrg. Ab the party
left the church, Mendelssohn's wedding
march was played on tho organ.
A reception was held later at the
home of the Robertsons In Nuuanu val
ley. Music was furnished by tho Quin
tet Club and a little dancing was In
dulged In by the young people. Re
freshments were served. Tho couple
left later for Alnahau, the lato home of
Princess Knlulant, where' they will
srond their honeymoon. The bride was
one of tho ladles-ln-waltlng of Queen
I.llluokalanl while tho groom waa at
one time, vlcc-chnmberlaln of the
Household under King Kalakaua.
Among thoso present at the church
and house wero tho following: Queen
I.ltluokalanl, Prlnco David. Kawanana
l;on. Mrs. S. S. Robertson, Hon. A. 0.
M, Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. O. II, Rob
ertson, Miss Elslo Robertson, Hon. A.
S. Clcghorn, Hon. and Mrs. Samuel
Parker, Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Schaefer.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. rtoyd. Mr. nnd Mrs.
T. R. Wnlkcr. Dr. nnd Mrs. Walters,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Knight, Mr. and Mrs. C.
I Wight, Mr. nnd Mrs. David Dow
tctt, Mrs. Lawrence. J. II. Stclllng, Mr.
and Mrs. Edmund II. Hart, John Jone,
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Harrison. Mrs. R.
T. Hose, Walter Hyman, Dr. nnd Mrs.
Wayson, J. n. Jaeger. Mr. nnd Mrs.
C. V. Sturtovnnt, Mr. and Mrs. Oo.
Davies. Miss CI Ion libit. Misses Helen
nnd Daisy Smith, Mr. and Mrs. T. P.
Cummins. Mr. nnd Mrs. (Jus nose, Tim
Lyons, Harry Murray. J. S. Low. Er
nest Parker, Daniel Logan. Ed. Stiles,
David D. Maconochto and Wm. Thomp
son. Maternity Home Luau.
Tho luau for tho benefit of the Ma
ternity Home to be given March 10,
promises to bo qulto an event. Tho
steamship companies will bring freight
from the other Islands for tho affair
and arrangements are being mado on
tho broadest lines.
TO CURE A UU1.U IN ONE DAT.
Take Laxativo Bromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund the money It It
falls to cure. E. W. drove's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
Tho Orient bleyclo Is a new addition
at Whitman & Co.'s.
and ?6 foot streets graded.
To theEast Indies
A party 6t scientists arrived In the
Sheridan this morning. They nro on
their way to tho island of Sumatra In
tho East Indies for the purposu of
making photographic studies of tho
eclipso ot the sun on May 17 and IS.
The party Is composed of Professors
A. N. Skinner and W. W. Dinwiddle
of tho United States Nnval Observatory,
Charles Orccley Abbott and Paul A,
Drarcr of tho Smithsonian Institution,
Washington, D. C.j Prof. E. E. Bar
nard, formerly of the Lick Observatory,
and Dr. S. A. Draper, Dr. W. J. Humph
reys and II. O. Curtis of tho University
of Virginia, Prof. W. S. Elchelbcrg. K.
t). Lltelt and L. V. Jewell from tho Na
val Observatory; George Peters and Dr.
N. E. Gilbert, the latter from the Johns
Hopkins University of Daltlmore.
Tho entire party will go from here to
Manila: from there they will ho fur
nished transportation to the Island of
Sumatra on a cruiser of the United
States navy. Tho scientists nro well
supplied with cameras specially made,
and there Is no doubt that they will
meet with great success. Tho totnl
eclipse will be Invisible In America, but
will bo seen In Enstern Africa, South
ern India. Slam, Southern China, the
East Indian archipelago, the Philip
pines nnd Australia. The path of the
total eclipso passes over the Indian
Ocean, across Sumatra, tho southern
part of rtorneo nr.d tho southern part
of New Oulncna..
Tho expense of the expedition Is be
ing borne by tho United States Govern
rocnt, tho Johns Hopkins University of
Ilalttmnro and W. II. Crocker of San
Resides the big lot of scientific In
struments, tho nstronomcrs have sev
eral portable houses with them for use
In their stay on the Island.
Tho party consists of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Barnes of Toledo, Ohio; Mr. nnd Mrs.
Cotton of New Mexico; Daniel Smiley
of New York, who conducts several ho
tels In the Catsklll mountains, nnd who
also owns Smllcy's Heights In Itedland,
Cnl.; W, E. Hampton nnd wlfo of 1.08
Angeles, nnd L. E. Williams of Santa
The entire party left this morning
for Walalua. They will return In time
to connect with the Island boats for Ha
waii, when n trip wilt be mado to tho
Coming down tho other side, the par
ty will bring up at Honttnpo. Later on,
tho party will, In nil probability, visit
the plantations of Kauai.
During conversation with a Bulletin
representative, Mr. Kneser stated that
the great cry among tho tourists and
traveling public wns the lack of tele
graphic communication between tho
( Islands and tho principal ports of tho
united states ami i:uropo.
Camara & Co. can now bo found on
Alakea street between Klne and Mer
Terms of deed establish building line, limit fences to 30 inches height, require
residences to be built to cost at least 52,000. Exclude stores, shops and shacks
insuring a highly desirable neighborhood.
Size of Lots
The lots have frontage of 100 feet, depth from t SO to 200 feet. Large build
ing sites given if desired.
The upset prices have been made unusually low, ranging from 5800 to 52,500
(To be advanced later)
The first sale of lots will be made
Castle & Lansdale,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT- I 1IST CIRCT1T OF
the territory or Hawaii At crumtrri, in prorate
In ttie tniltfr of the eUte ol Jot n Kalua Kiho Juno,
Ute of Honolulu, Ojhu, deceased, I he petition anJ
arcounit or trie ii in irusi ana inveumeni lo .
LlmlteJ, aimlnls'tator of the estate nf sail dttiMMJ,
naving reen rnej, w rerun u asxt trut its account
te examined anJ arrrotei and that a final orJer he
malt of Jlitrit-Jtlort if the property remaining In It
possession 10 me person memo eni'tiej, anj ais
charging It from atl further responsibility as such
administrator It Is orJiJ. that IrlJ.iv. the unJ
day of Mmh. A D.. iqoi. at ten o'clock a.m., before
the Judge ot sati Court at the Court Room of the
94(4 Court at Honolulu, Island of Oj u, be and he
am hereby Is appointed as the time and place for
hearing raUpe'ltion and accounts, an) that all cer
sons Interested may ihen and there appear and show
caue. tf any they have, why the same should not be
Honolulu, February Cth, loot.
By the Crurt.
P.D. KELLETT. JRt
nftf it-Feb ti,i8,5.4 Clerk.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned havlnr been JutvarnolnteJ Ai
mlnstratnrnf iheeststeofJames flutchlncs, late of
Honolulu, Island of Oahu deceased notice Is here
bv given to all Persons to rresent their claim atralnsl
the estate nf said James Hutching, deceased, duty
authenticated htther secured by mortgap or other
wise, to iht undersigned at Ms office on Queen street
In the cltv of Honolulu. Island of Oahu. with n U
mrnths rrnm tfn date hereof, or thy will be forever
b.irtd and all peon Indebted to the estate are
hereby requested to make ImmeJIate payment to the
Administrator of the estate ot James Hutching,
Honolulu Jan p. iyi' i?iiitt
Notice to Creditors.
The tndcrslgned having been duly appointed Ex
ecutors and hxecutrW respectUily of the estate of
J a me. A Hopper, deceased, late ol Honolulu. Oahj,
notU Is hereby gKen to all creditors to present thtlr
claim against said Jam A, Hopper, duly auihen
tfcateJ w lii proper sotichert, If any exist, e en I (the
ctalmts -cured bv mortgage upon real estate, to the
undersigned, at their office on I ort street Honolu u,
Oah i, within six months from the da'eM 'In firit
publication hneof, or they will be frrever barred.
Honolulu. Oihu. february ist, A D.iooi.
WIIL.AM L. HOPPER,
E. WILLS pr.TEKSON, and
Executors and Executrix of the estate of James A.
Hopper, deceased .,.. ,. ttjtitw
Notice to Creditors.
Letter Testamentary hiving been July Issued to
the Undersigned as Executors of the Last Will and
Testairrn'ol HOIltRI U, RARE, late of Honolulu,
Islnd ot i aha, territory o( Hawaii, deceased. fo
tlce Is he'ebv elen to all rersons to present their
claims against ihe Estate of said Robert ti Rabe,
aeceasej, amy autnenucaiej wnetner securej ty
tnortagt or otherwise tt the Undersigned of their
office in the City of H nululu or to Messrs. Holrres
and Stanlev, their Attorneys, at their Oftice on Kaa
hufanu street It the City of Honolulu, within MX
MONTHS from Iht date of the nr t put licatlon her
of r tttey will be foreser barred, and all persons
Indebted to said Estate are hereby requested to make
Immediate raiment to the UndMsienea
FREDtRI K HARRISON,
Exrcutors of the Last Will and Testament bf Ro
bert G Rabe, deceased.
Honolulu. February tth lot t,Qiit
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 do 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 Sis
upon application to the SALES AGENTS
Office Opposite Post Office.
THE PACIFIC MILL COMPANY
has succeeded to the planing mill business
of the Enterprise Mill Co., Ltd., Alakea
nnd Kichards streets, and respectfully soli
cits the patronage of all former customers
of the latter mill company.
1716 tf W. H. G. ARNEMANN.
Stockholders are hereby notified that tha
Foufth Assessment of 5 Pr cent or two and
onrhalf dollars per snare on the Capital
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payabls
July tst, at the office of the underslened.
(li Fort street. J.H.FISHER.
Actg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co.
Honolulu. June 1. 1000. i;;o
THE SOUTH KONA AGRICULTURAL CO ,
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the SOUTH KONA AGRICULTURAL
COMPANY. LTD., will be held In the of
fice of W. R. Castle on the 27th of Feb
ruary, tool, at 2 p. m.
tSlgned) A. M. CAMPBELL.
At a meeting of the Board of Directors
of the HAWAIIAN FRUIT and PLANT COM
PANY, LIMITED, held Feb. 18, 1001, an
assessment of I70 per share on the assessa
ble stock of the corporation was callid for.
The same will be due April 1. toot, and
all stock on which this assessment Is un
paid May 1st, 1901, will be declared
T. H. GIBSON.
Paled Wahlawa. Feb. 18, 1801. 1771-st
At the Annual Meeting of the stockhold
ers of WALL NICHOLS CO., LTD., held
t-ebruary 10th, 1901, the following tracers
were duly elected to serve for the ensuing
1-. t. wcnois president
Jas. F. Morgan ... .Vice-President
A. V. Gear Secretary
T. E. Wall Trea-urer
The above officers constitute the Board
A. V. GEAR.
ELECTION OF OFFICBRS.
At the adjourned annual meeting of the
DL'ROSTROM MUSIC COMPANY, LTD.,
held 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 and Auditor
The above officers also constitute the
Board of Directors.
W. O. ATWATER,
Honolulu, Feb. 16. 1901. i76q-3t
Tho ever popular Ttainlcr beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you havo n glass of Seattle," Is mora
often heard than anything else. Tha
Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap cr
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