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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNESDAY, FED. 27, 1901.
Corporation Notices. 15
College Hills !
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 boulevard already macademized, arjd foot streets graded.
Water Pipes laid on every block. ' 3
20 foot Alleys to contain water pipes, telephone poles, etc., ?nd afford rear
entrance to all lots.
Terms of deed establish building line, limit fences to 30 inches height, require
residences to be built to cost at least $2,000 Exclude stores, shops and shacks
insuring a highly desirable neighborhood.
Size of Lots
The lots have frontage of 100 feet, depth from 150 to 200 feet. Large build
ing sites given if desired.
The upset prices have been made unusually low, ranging from $800 to $2,500
(To be advanced later)
The first sale of lots will be made
At Auction. Saturday March 23
Prices of Lots will undoubtedly be advanced after the First Sale.
Grounds will be shown upon application to the SALES AGENTS
McClellan, Pond & Co.,
Office 403, Judd Building.
Castle & Lansdale,
Office Opposite Post Office.
Lines ot Travel.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers ot 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 , May 4
SIERRA May 18
MARIPOSA May 23
SONOMA Juno 4
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA Mch. 0
SONOMA ...i Mch. 12
MARIPOSA Mch. 27
VENTURA Apr. 2
MARIPOSA Apr. 17
SIERRA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 8
SONOMA May 14
MARIPOSA Ma 29
VENTURA June 4
In connection with the sailing of the ubove steamers the agents ire pre
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 AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co,
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co, 0 Toyo Kisea Kaisna
..... BUMiri ot tin .boy. coap.nlet will ctll l Honolulu ul ! til. port 00 or .boat it.
....data, below eOtlOOed t...
f Fln-inco J. Emmcluth, Wm. H.
Hoogs, J. K. Kekaula, C. II. Dick-
cj, J. K. Hlhlo.
Public Lands, etc J.P. Makal-
For Japan and China:
Rio d Janeiro March 6
Coptic March i
America Maru March ti
For (antral lolorma-Jon tply 10
For San Franclieo:
America Mam March t
City 0! Peking March I
Gaelic March 16
Hongkong Maru March t)
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents.
na-qi....... l ih. above Una. runnlnr In connection with the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO
...; Vancouver. B C . and Sydney. N. S. W . and cellist; al Victoria. D. C , Honolulu ul Brltbane
IHJK AT JIOMOLUaVU on or about tae delea
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B C
Warrlmoo Mar 16
Aoranjl May it
11 aw atated via 1
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
(or Victoria and Vancouver (0 C)
Ao'wcl April 10
Wa moo May 8
Mlowera June 3
SVTbroucQ Icketa lamed from Honolulu to Canada. United State and Europe
Fa...g aod at oerai inrormauoa, appiy 10
For Freltbt and
Theo-H. Davie o & Co., Ltd., GenM Aftento.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
S. S. CALIFORNIAN. 6,000 tons, to sail early In April
S. S. OREGONIAN, 6,000 tons, tosalt
S.S. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail
S. S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail
Freight received at company's wharf. 4a Street, South Brookll n, at all times.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
When the Senate was called to or Jet
Tuesday afternoon, Senators Haltlwin
and Achl were nbsent. On motion of
-Mr. Kalauoknlunl, the Senate again
took tip tho consideration of tho rules
In considering the duties of tho Pres
ident, Mr. Kanuhn made a motion to
flip tfftct that the rules he amended
so as to allow that omcer to vote In
nil matters. .Mr. Cecil Ilronn objected
to this sating that such a thing wits
unheard of In nny legislative body be
fore. He then asked what wojld bo
done In caec there happened to bo a tlo
vote on nny motion. Who would cait
the deciding voto?
Mr, Carter stated that ho thoroughly
united with Mr. Drown In his state
ments. I'rom the showing already
111 a do, the President was no doubt In
fnuir of showing great fnlrntss The
Scnato was certainly to be congratulat
ed on this. Mr. Carter thin stated that
tho Piceldcnt was In the chnlr to pre
bene older and to sec that the pro
ceedings uf the House were properly
carled out. Ho was In tho poeltlon of
a Judiciary. If the President wero al
lowed to ocrclfc eery prerogitlvo
which h would hnc on the floor, tlio
Senate might as well go batk to prlm
ltle methods when there was no pr&
Bldlng officer and all was chaos Ho
thon nsked tho nutlo Senators If nny
ono of them would like tp go Into tho
chair or tho 1'reslcieni nnd, wniie ex
ercising tho functions of that body, also
exercise the prcrogatlus of thoso 0.1
Mr. Kanuha said that the President
had been elected by his constituents
nnd thut, according to the rules sub
mitted to tho committee, he was cur
tailed of some of his privileges. For
Instance, In caso there should bo any
troublo between tho Senato nnd lli
(iQiernnr, tho President should be al
lowed to vote. Of course, bo did noi
supposo that tho President would ex
erclRo tho prl liege, should It bo grant
ed him, at nil times.
Mr. Carter asked Mr. Kanuha could
ho elte any precedent and tho latter
answered that ho had not sought for
any. Ho simply pioposed tho amend
ment becauso ho knew tho Organic Act
prolded that uery member of tha
Bcnato should have tho otlng power
His constituents might think tint he
had not been nble to o,ercUo nil tho
power which the had glen him
Mr. Curtir slated that tho speaknr
was borrowing troublo by suggesting
trouble between the Senate nnd tho
Gnernor. Mr. Achl rofcrud Mr Ka
nuha to thnt part of tho Organic Act
- nal, 11. II. Makckau. A.-Ollflllan, f
f II. PuukI, W. 15 Nnlllinn.
Mllltar J. Ewallko, Wm. Ay- 4
lett, S. Kawulhoi, J. Ktimtlao,
J. Ahulll. .
f Utiles It. II. Makekau, A. O. M.
f- Ilolicrtson, S. K. Mahoo, J. K. -t-f
Prcndcrgnst, S II. Hmlico.
f JudlilJO J. Emmcluth, A (3.
M. Ilobertson, J. K. Paele, J. W.
f Kelllkon, S. II. Haabco.
Agriculture 1'. W. Hcckley, S.
Wilcox, Wm. Mossman, S. Knwa- -f
Ihot, J. Kumalac.
f Enrollment, llevlslon nnd Print-
Ing J. K. Prendergast, J. M. Mon-
f sarrat, I. K. Kaauwal, O P. Haul-
makakaolo II. M. Kanlho. -f
f Miscellaneous S. K. Mahoe, J. -f
W. Kelkl, Wm. Mossman, Jr., I.
K. Kuauwal, J. K. Hlhlo. f
f Public Expenditures J. Emmc- -f
f luth, Wm. H. Htiogs, J. K. Kekau-
f la. C. II Dlckej. I. K. Kaauwal.
f Public Health and Education
F. W. Hockloj, A. Olinihn. H. M.
f Kanlho, 8. II. Haihco, J. Ewa- -f
f Accounts J. It. Makalnal, W.
f II. Nnlllmn, It. PuukI, J. K. Hlhlo, -t
f J. Ahull. t
Senator Kanuha stated that he was
satisfied with the explanation mado by
Senator Achl In which tho otln
privileges of tho President of tho Sen
ntc were defined, and that ho wished to
second tho nmendment of Mr. Cecil
Drown which looked towurd tho addi
tion of tho following to tho section In
which wero contained tho noting prcl
leges of tho President: 'or upon tho
final piRsige of the 1)111 This carried.
Mr. Whlto then Introduced the fol
lowing addition to tho section In which
Is contained tho duties of tho President.
Tho rooms, desks, passages, stnlr
ways, corridors, balconies In and about
the building set apart for tho uso of
the Senato, shall be under tho control
and direction of the President of tho
Scnato and ha shall hao control ami
direction of all the public property of
Ho shall sco that nil oITIcers of the
Senato perform their respective dutlfs
and may assign places to Msuors anu
After qulto a little discussion, this
When It enmo to a consideration of
tho duties of tho secretary, Mr. Whlto
moved the passage of certain of tho
sections and tho withholding of others.
berauso he wished to deflno the duties
of tho assistant secretary. Senators
Uildwln. Carter and llrown spoko
agilnst tho duties of tho assistant sea
rctnry being defined. Ho should h un
der tho secretary and should assist this
Mr. Cecil Brown expressed himself In
favor of referring tho rules back to a
Lines of Travel
THE PACIFIC MILL COMPANY
has succeealed to the planing mill business
of the Enterprise Mill Co., Ltd., Alakea
and RlchirJs streets, and respectfully soli
cits the patronage of all former customen
of the latter mill compmy.
t7i6tf W. H.G. ARNhMANN.
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 payable.
July tst, at the office of the undersigned,
ill Fort street. J.H.FISHER.
.etc Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co.
Honolulu, June I. 1000. tQ
WAIANAE CO., LTD.
The annual meettnir, of the stockholders
of the Walanae Co , Ltd., will be held at
the office of J. M. Dow sett, Merchant St.,
on THUIDA, FLDRUAKY 28TII, loot, at
to a. in.
J. M. DOWSETT.
Honolulu. Ftbnnry 20. tool. l77)-)t
Adjourned Annual Meeting.
The adjourned annual meeting of the
KAHUKU PLANTATION CO. wlUbe held
on Saturday, March 2, at 10 a. m., In the
rooms of the Chamber ol Commerce for
the purpose of amending the by-laws, etc.
W. R. CASTLE, JR.,
The regular annual meeting of the sto.k
holders cf the INTER ISLAND STEAM
NAVIGATION CO., LTD., will be held at
the oftice of the company, Queen street, on
Tuesday, March 12, loot, at 10 o'clock
C. H. CLAPP,
Honolulu. Feb. 2;. tool. 1774-td
At the Annual Meeting of the stockhold
ers of WALL NICHOLS CO, LTD, held
February 10th, 1001, the following officers
were duly elected to serve for the ensuing
P. E. Nichols President
Jas. F. Morgan Vice-President
A. V. Gear Secretary
T. E. Wall Treasurer
T. F. Lansing AuJItor
The above officers conS Itate the Board
A. V. GEAR.
Tenders tor Feed.
SealeJ TenJers w 111 re received at the
office of the TERRITORY STAI1LLS CO..
LTD., until 12 o'clock noon, March 1st.
for supplying the Company with feed for
three months from that date, as follows:
20 ton (more or less) feed oats, per ton.
20 ton (more or less) wheit bag, large
bale, per ton.
S ton, (more or less) rolled barley, per
3 ton (more or less) coarse bran, per ton.
These requirements are for one month.
Large and '( bales actual weight.
We do not bind oursehes to accept the
lowest or any bid.
TERRITORY STABLES CO., LTD.
J. S. ANDRADE.
ACROSS THE CONTINLNT TROW
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 Barber
snop ana neasani Keaaing tcooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
1)5 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.
fO. R. & L. Co.
Notice to Creditors.
Tli LnirnlcneJ t avine Ntn duty ippolntei Ex
rcutori and tfttcutrlx rrpctUvly ol thte&uttof
James A II prtr JccfJwJ die nt Honolulu, Oahu,
nolle It Iwretv gMn lo all crJi(rrstptrfnt their
cl.lm acalnit tlJ Jamr A Horrr 4uy authtn
tlc.tei with proper vouchers If anyckltt, evrn If th
claim It curri bv mtnteic ur n real estate, to th
unJcr.lcneJi at their otnet on 1 ort !rett Honolulu,
Oahu within lx months from the iv f ih lint
publication hereof, or they will be frevtr barrel.
Honolulu Oahu. lebruary st, A D , iooj.
WtlUAM I. HOPPER.
E WILIS PETERSON, aci
Hi FN nni'i'i it.
Executors ani Executrix of the estate of James A.
Notice to Creditors
which proUded for a oto on tho part
of tho President In the matter of a oio
and In tho matter of tho laat readlns j , 'bte did not deslr to
or any uiii toimuiereu in mo ai-uuiu. , ,,,.. . minr
Mr. Kalauoknlanl atated that ho was a member. The o her to member.
Klad to hear what Mr. Achl had to say. " f cmimltlc w hnth ra.haal
If tho Organic Act had such provision concurred In all tho rules hot had ...
In It, where was tho objection of em- ready como up for dbcuHlon and had
bodyinB then, In tho rules of tho Sen ' " 3 f '1 ,"1 Lh,
ate. Tbero wna more argument and."""- Now they wishe.1 to change the
then Mr. Kanuhi w Ithdrcw his motion I w hol lhlnK aKnln , ,
nnd suKKcsted that tho rule bo nmonl- Mr. Carter moved that tho rules ut
. . ' t t I. . .ninmltiAA Tlllo tllO.
ed to tho effect that tho President 1 rciurn-u iiiikr iu u u...u... .
glen tho right to oto In tho cases of ,,lon waa ,0Bl-
a tie. tho laBt reading of bills nnd ve- Senator Carter then moeu to au
toes by tho Ooernor. Thero was mora Journ until 7 30 o clock In the ovoninij
objection on this point. I but this was lost. Senator Carter then
Mr Carter. In ..peaking further onm"'eii l0. until 10 o'clock
tho subject, said thero was hardly any,"" morning ami m.s inunou u...
uso going on with the illscusslon of the
matter bocnuso , wlntevor Senator
Whlto said was 1 iw nnd tho majority
wnH sure to vote nccordlng to what ho
Letters Ttttamtntary navlne rn July Itaun to
tha Un4mlcnJ at Exrculors ol Hie Lait Will anJ
TrtlamtniorKOIlEKTIj KAOG.tal. uf Honolulu.
lilani nt Uahu. Tcrtltory ol Hawaii, deccawd, h.
Ilea l liereby E'ven lo all rertont lo rrrant thilr
claim, aealntt tlx Eitjle ot aJ Robtrt U. Rab.,
dvecasci duly authrntlcal.4, whether aecured by
mnrlaj-. or otherwlte, n the Underalrted i their
otfice In the City ol Honolulu ortoMetirs Hilmc.
ana Stanley their Attorneyf , at their Oltu. on Kaa
humanu ttreet in tha City ol Honolulu, within SIX
MONTHS Irom tha Jat. ol the nr-t publication heie
ol or tlKy will r forever barred, ani all reranni
Pearl City.... to
wa Mill in
After January 1,
ai Sua. Dally Dal!
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114. 1 4T
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Dally Dally Dalle
The schooner Golden Date arrived this
$10 -RUPTURE CURED
Vltr JL vW to TEN UOLLrtS.
Zm ' "i"ii" li lir inf rii itli'l
as ii i-ir uti ii iw nil ii i mi.
iniiLill tUv tiirattkl lie
fntiuiiaif i In ie Mitir
UyHrutitiiiifuft lo llieruiu
t iirwl if rtltlt? wlTrl
or lot mn to rubon Ii ilu-e
tli wnr!: 1nvft.Hi i.1 t
1'IWllflXa " (rttlnu fnll Inf. riiwtkitt ttiM lit hn1.
telTtnrtiit nun i arultliUmUt .!! '"'J";",1
MAQMITie TINS CP v" HwLvt :iUMl' tM MalCISCQ.
said Tho mnjorlt) had carried things mornillt? tam i inai .. t, sheen,
prctt) much their own wnny nnd. If, Tle America,, schooner Helene sailed
there uns u continuation of tint kind . for San I ranclsco tills mornlnc with
of thlnK In tho Scnnte. then' would bo n a full load of sugar,
lot of troublo b mid by nnd tho major-1 The Noeau reports the schooner Surprise
lt would be ...nnlnK to the u..orlt to StMi a mij
set them out of their plcklo lanj t s thought possible to save her
Mr Whlto said ho was very sorry .machlntry.
I If rf after the steamer Kauai must entry
no passenger. She has been set ald' as
a freight boat by the Inter-Wand Compa
nv fnr the1 tr insnnrtntlnn of ehnt powder
cordaneo with parliamentary law and gisollne and other things that rmynotte
that such stntumntn as thoso Mr Cur
tcr had made had como out In tho Sen
ato Ho did not think they wero In nc-
thnt Mi Carter should apologize to the
Senator Il.ildnln said thero should
ho i(o peisonal feeling In tho Senate.
Ife certainly hod no such feeling Ho
had noor heard of tho President of tho
Senato tlng on all ordinary matters
ai was proposed Tho thing was un
usual and unheard of,
cirrled on pisserger steamer. The Kauil
sills this alternoon for Koloa and other
Kauai potts at 4 P- m
TO CURB A LULU IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Dromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tho money It It
falls to cure. E. V. drove's signature
Is on each box. 25 cent..
TIIO .... S1
f 4S I '"I 4
I ol iijo je
I II a ot to.
V. C. Smith, Oen'l rsa. a Ticket
O. V. Dkhihou, fiiiporlntondnnt
Wilder's Steamship Company
rOH ISLAM) lOKTS.
Indebted to laid Latate are hereby reaueated to mak.
imm.Jl.ti. n.vin.nl tn ih; llni.t.leneJ
FHCIHKI K HARRISOV,
Ei'cutori of Ibe Lait Will and Tettament ol Ro
bertG Kabe deteaaed.
Honolulu lebruarvTth ,oj ,.io-,tt
Mrs. Annis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, Mljlnon "
730 Deretanla street; Tel. 1 114. 1617 tf
B. K. KAAI,
Teacher of' itar, Mandolin, Zltb.
Ukulele and Tare Patch.
Orders to bj left euro of Wall, Nichoi
0 ""tittrom Mnejp On lsi
Fine Job Printing at
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd.
Luau and Fail
Kapiolani Maternity Home Annex
March 1(5, 1001. '
To be held on the grounds of the
KAPIOLANI MATERNITY HOME.
IlcRlniilnK at t: o'clock, noon.
OLNLKAL ADMISSION fl.OO.
CillLOKLN UM)LU 12, 50CENTS
All kinds of Carriage Trimming
done clieaper than at any other
VINEYARD ST. NEAR RIVER ST.
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