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The steamers of this line will arrlre and leave this port as hereunder:
FnOM 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 25
SONOMA June 4
In connection with the sailing ot the above steamers the agents are 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
PTork by any'steamshlp lino to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Win. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Oocldentjl and Oriental Steamship Co. & Toyo Kisen Kalsha
For Japan and China:
Rio da Janeiro March t
Comic Match n
America Marg March ta
Far (Metal Inloraa'Joo tplr
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd, Agents.
Ja-Steeente of We abora Una, loonlne In connection wltn tie CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
lttaa Vancouver, B. C , and Sydney. N. S. W.. and calling at Victoria. C. C . Honolulu and Bflabane
ntIK AT IIU.NOIjUMJ on ot about the datea below Mated la i
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, B. C,
t Hrlabaoa and Sydney!
Warrlmoo Mar. to
Mlowera April I)
Aorangl May n
4eVTbrougb tckata laiued Iron Honolulu to Canada, United Stataa and Bnropa. For Fralgbt and
Paeeage and ai neral Information, aptly to
Theo. H. Davles & Co., Ltd., Gcnl Agents.
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 OREGONIAN, 6,000 tons, to salt
.S A WERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail
S.S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail
Freight received at company's wharf. 42J Street, South Hrooklln, at all times.
" "For further particulars arply to
C. P. MORSE,
General Freight Agent. -. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Lines of Travel
ACROSSTHE CONTINENT FROM
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
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
115 Third street, Portland, Oregon,
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco,
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. fit T. A,
O. R. & L. Go.
From and After January 1, 1HM.
TATIONS. Dally D.II7
(Outward) ai. Son. 5allY ea. Sua. Dally Dally
AM. AM. AM. PM. pJaf.
nonoioi. i.i. b is
Paarl City.... 1. 1 oil
BwaMlll I.JJ 10 of
Kabuku .... la la
leiM 403 i,ra
.... 441 ....
J 4 ....
(Inwart) ai Sua Dally Dally Dally
AM. AM. PM. P.M.
w Mill 5 1.
Paall City 0.1$
10s 4 la
1130 4 So
S.j a 01
y. C. Bafnn, oen'l I'awj. Jc Ticket
O. V. DHNIoii.HuiirlntflnfInnt
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
(uncial Manager ot
Tb HqoiUblr) Life Aannnci BocitV
0' th United BUteifo? tht BawtilM
Onvmi Merchant itm!. Boa
v P. iNilJiSMjW;
. r PJ ri H'l rSTV.
sr i-j i.j 1 .1 tv o
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA '. Mch. C
SONOMA Mch. 12
MARIPOSA Mch. 27
VENTURA Apr. 2
MARIPOSA Apr. 17
SIERRA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA Moy 8
SONOMA May 14
MARIPOSA May 29
VENTURA June 4
aiaa will call at Hooolgln and leava rala fart oa of atoit I
....datea below eaeotloaeei...
For San Francisco:
America Maru March t
Clly of Peking March S
Gaelic March 16
Hongkong Maru , . March a
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANB
For Victoria and Vancouver (B. C).
. May 8
. June s
Besr and Wine Dealers.
Tl,e Orpheum Bar
HAS A FINE LINE OF
Wines. Liquors, Btc.
FOR SALE BY THE GLASS OR BOTTLE
J. K Merseberg.
IxronrsBi, and Wuolksali
Wine anil Lipr Dealers.
Agaste tor tbe Bottled Rainier Bear ot lean.
MO. 19 NUDAKU STBIKT
Foster Block. Honolulu, Hawaiian liuasa.
P.O. Boa 111. Mutual Talapbona sol.
SODA WATER CO., Ltd.
Corner Allen and Fort Sts., Honolulu.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE .MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. 1
The Mint Saloon
WM. CUNNINGHAM, Prop.
On Nuuanu St., opposite Chaplain Lane
If a fine drink of anything there
Is In the city Is wanted, the
Mint Is the place to go.
A beer garden, a fine reading
room, and aspaclousanj airy'
bar room are just a tew
of the attractions.
J. H. McDonough Is the man
ager. His assistants are W.
Hilary. Bonnie Lemon
and Wally Davis.
If iou call once, yoj will call
No Beer to Burn,
But Beer to Beat the Band
LARGE INVOICE OF.
IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE
It has'nt come to stay ; it's going
fast, but there's more com
ing every month.
LIT DEE, Prop,
EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU
RIGHTS OF GOVERNMENT
TO GRANT FRANCHISE
F'ollowlnjj 1 the Opinion Rendered by Attorney
Oenertil Dole on the Right of the Superinten
dent of Public Works to Clrtint Right to the
Century Telephone Company.
Territory of Han all, Office of tho At
torney (k'ticrnl, Honolulu, II. I.,
February 28, 1801.
Hon J. A. McCandloss, Superintend
ent of Public Works.
Dear Sir: Tho Century Telephone
Company, Limited, a Hawaiian cor
poration, having applied to ou for
"permission, under Chapter XI.V. of
tho Laws of 1871, to construtt Us tele
phono lines upon and nlong tho hitch
uays and public roads and across tho
lands and waters of tho Territory,"
I have tho honor at your request to
Hiihmlt tho following opinion relative
to your power In tho premises
Tho question Is loglcnlly divided
Into two questions: First Is this an
application for n special privilege nr
franchise such as tho legislature Itself
cannot grant without the approval
of Congress? Second If It Is, has
tho Superintendent of Public Works
greater power In tho premises than
the legislature has? ,
Section 65 of the Organic Act de
clares: "That tho legislative power
of tho Territory shall extend to nil
rightful subjects of legislation not
Inconsistent with tho Constitution and
laws of the United Stntes locally ap
plicable. But tho legislature
shall not grant to any corporation
association or Individual nny special
or exclusive privilege, Immunity or
franchise without tho approval of
Ulnckstono defines a frnnchlse ns
"n rnyal prls. liege or a brnnch of tho
klng'H prcrngatlvo subsisting In the
hnnds of a subject."
Kent sit) h "Franchises are ccrtnln
privileges conferred by grant from
government and vested In Individu
als." (: Kent's Comment. 45S).
The Supreme Court of the United
States defines franchises ns follows:
Trnnrhlses nro special prl lieges
conferred by government upon Indi
viduals and whl(.h do not belong to
citizens of tho country, gcnernlly, of
common right. It Is cssentlnl to tho
chariictcr of a franchise that It should
bo a grant from tho stnerclgn author
ity, and In this country no franchise
can be held which Is not derived from
the law of tho state." (Dank of Aug
usta v. Harle, 13 Peters. 695). This
definition has been followed In num
"Generalized and divested of tho
special form which It assumed under
n monarchical government based on
feudal traditions, a franchise Is a
right, privilege or power of public con
cern which ought not to ho exercised
by prlvato Individuals at their mero
will and pleasure, hut should ho re
served for tho public control nnd ad
ministration, either by tho govern'
ment directly or by public agents act
lng under such conditions and regit
Intlons ns tho government may Im
pose In tho public Interest nnd for tho
public security. No private
person can tnko another s property.
een for a public use, without such
legislative nuthorlty. which Is the
samo as to say that tho right of mil
nent domain enn only be exercised
by virtue of tho leglslatlvo grant.
This Is a franchise. No persons can
mnkn themselves n body cornorato
or politic without leglslatlvo author
Ity." California v Pnclfle It. It. Co..
127 U. S. 40. Ashley v. Ryan. 153 U.
"It Is a frnnchlse to bo empowered
to build a brldgo or keep a ferry over
a public stream with tho right to
demand tolls or ferries, or to build i
mill upon a public river and receive
tolls for the grinding, etc.; but tho
franchise consists In the Incorporeal
right. Tho pioperty acquired Is In
the franchise." Tuckahoo Canal Co,
v. Tuckhoo It. U .Co.. 11 Leigh (Vn.)
In Jersey City Rasllght Company vn.
United Oas Improvement Company.
4f Federal Tteporter 2C4, a statuto pro
vided that: "Every telegraph, telo
phono, cable or electric light com
pany; every express company not
owned by a rnllroad company nnd
otherwise tnxed; every gas company:
every palacu or parlor or sleeping car
company: and every oil or plpo lino
company; and overy flro, life, ninrlno
or accident Insurance company do'ng
business In this state (Now Jorscvl,
except mutual fire Insurance com
panics, which do not Issue policies on
tho stock plan, shall pay an annual
tax for thn use of tho stato by wav of
llcenso for Its corpornte franchise ns
therelnnftcr mentioned." It waB held
that thlB statuto Imposed license fees
for tho exercise of corporate fran
chises. Where tho words prlvllego nnd
franchlso nro used, as they often nro,
In a broader nnd moro popular Bcnso,
they nro divided Into gencrnl and
special. Special franchises corres
pond to tho definition of franchises
given by tho Supremo Court in Dank
of Augusta v. I;arle, 13, Petois 595,
"A special prlvllego or franchlso Is
not necessarily exclusive." In re
Union Perry. 98 New York 139,
A prlvllego or frniuhlso which, un
dcr like conditions may bo given to
one nnd withheld from another im a
matter of discretion, Is, he) nnd ques
tion special. Special Is defined In
the Ontwy Dictionary as follows
"Of or poi tabling to nnu or more of a
kind, peculiar to an Individual or n
set: not general; particular; Indl
Wdual" Messrs. Kinney, Hallou & Medina
ban, who lmvo furnished an abh brief
In behalf of the nppllcant. clnlm that
they do not nsk and that Chapter XI.V
of the Laws of 1871 does nut rnntrm
plate, tho granting of a special prlvl
lego or franchise
(Hero tho Attorney General quotes
$10 v-Spc RUPTURE CURED
1 oiiAiul.lmi Iv. 11 1 un-tl
ait r uniiiw.iiir. lur nil
mnll irlt. iirfttrti lit.
teiiliouuf Mm Vlftf .nur,
Ity nn I ifurt 10 iliorue-
r -. fci-i - - ' orHjluiluioiuiMui. ihk
A IW -Jw . t.u unib liiv.tlkri,lt
n.Mll.lXa. I frlTlntf rnll UiCumiihIii 11 iilM 1111111.11
ItrlTonrnlitl.' .lamiiaiultli a.lTl I alli.ru lilri-a
MaCHlTIC Tlttt Mi "" ""L" ",n. aa (lalClSCd.
Q II sy
T "" 'ST T '
FRIDAY. MARCH 1, 1901.
Sees. 1 and 2 of Chap. 45, Laws of
1874, authorizing and empowering the
.Minister of the Interior to grant
special prhlleges of operation to any
telegraph company Incorporated In
ivy other country or that might be
come Incorporated In this count'v.
Then he quotes from thu Century DU
nonary the definitions "of the vord
"authorize, empower, penult and al
All these definitions plainly Indi
cate discretion to glo or withhold.
section ;i or the CI1I Laws of IS?.'
requires such a construction. So
does ilrnuicy vs. Thurston 7 Haw.
Section 2. above quoted, further In
dlcntes that tho power was discretion
nry, In that It could not hne b"n the
Intention of the legislature to mak" it
mandatory upon the Minister ( t.io
Interior to set apart public land and
highways and waterways HUirirl nt
for tho tue of nny nnd every nomo or
foreign telegraphic or telephonic cor
poration created, or to bo created, re
gardless of tho needs nnd convenience
of the public. 8uch n constriction
would amount to nn absolute 'in-cnd
er of public property to whoever
might nsk for It
Section 307 of the Clll Code nf
1807 Is as follows: "All public high
wnys are under the general super
xlslon, chnrge nnd control of the Mln-
lter of tlm Interior, nnd. except as I
otherwise provided by law, he Is
charged with the execution of all ,
dutlcB relntlve thereto, whether
lirosrr in liv llilu Art r ll,,.rloe
This section 'gives the MlnRer of the
IntTlor (Superintendent of Public
Works) largo discretionary powers,
and, If It Is not absolutely Inconsis
tent with the light of nnyemo and
overs one v. ho delres It to use public
property for telegraphic and telephon
ic purposes It certainly strongly
points In nn opposite direction '
.J n,mi (T0'1 J" ,tllo,c"ni;l"lo'i that1
uit: t'liiajniui 111 iiiu unci 1111 mmi'tiii
of being commnnded to grant such n
privilege or frnnchlse ns Is now ap
plied for, to whoever might ask It and
to as many as might nsk It was !n
vested with discretionary power to
grant it or withhold It ns the public
Interest might require. If this Is so,
nny bucIi privilege of franchise grant
ed by him would be special, not gen
"Hut tho legislature shall not grant
to nny corporation, association or In
dividual any special or exclusive pri
vilege. Immunity or frnnchlse without
the npproval of Congress."
Thai tho Act of 1874 wns not ex
pressly repealed by Congress Is easll"
explained by tho fact that It wai omit
Ud from the compilation of 1S97 of
uie Civil nnd Penal Laws.
The Superintendent of Public
Works, ns the political successor of
the Minister of tho Interior, is, there
fore, not forbidden In express words
to grant the spcclnl privilege or fran
chise applied for. and tho question
arises whether he Is forbidden by Im
plication, whether ho has greater pow
er In the premises than the legisla
The definitions of a franchise nl
ready given deserve thoughtful eon
Hlderntlon. "A royal privilege In the
hnnda of a BUbJect " savs Dlackstone.
"A privilege conferred by grnnt from
government nnd vested In Indivi
duals," says Kent. "It Is essential to
tho character of a franchise." savs the
Supreme Court of tho United States,
"that It should bo n grant from tho
sovereign nuthorlty, nnd In this eoun
try no franchise enn bo held which
Is not derived from the law of tho
stnte." "Under our system their hx
Istence nnd disposal." says tho Su
preme Court of the United Stntef,
spenklng of franchises In nnother case
already cited, ' are under the control
of tho leglslatlvo department of tho
government. They ennnot bo nssum
ed or exercised without legislative au
thority." v .
The Minister of the Interior derived
authority to grant this special prlvl
lego or franchise tolcly from thn Ha
wnllan legislature. At that time, sub
ject only to the Hawaiian Constitu
tion, the Hnwnllan legislature was the
supreme law-making power of an In
Tho power to grant n special privi
lege, immunity or franchise, which
the Hawaiian legislature- in 1S74 dele
gated to the Minister of tho Interior
and which it could have revoked nt
will, has been tnken from tho legisla
ture Itself by i...o Organic Act To
me It seems Improbable thnt Congress,
whllo taking this power from tho body
supposed to represent tho will of the
peoplo Intended to leave It In the hands
of n single olllclnl deiivlng his author
ity In t ci premises, not from Con
gross, but fmm tho legislature of a
defunct kingdom, When Congress
declared "thnt the leglslatlvo power
of the Territory shall extend to nil
rightful subjects of legislation not In
consistent with tho Constitution and
laws of the United States locally in
the leglslaluip. The definitions given
by tho Supremo Couit of tho United
States already cited Indicate that they
belong to the legislative rather than
to the oxeeutlvo branch of govern-
mc nt on American line s If the are
right fill thev nro "rightful subjects of
Sublect to the Constitution of tho
United Stntes. the Ciiugicss of the
United States is now tho supreme
lawmaking power. "A tcirltoiv
Is onlv n dependency of the
United Stale s government, under the
"xrluslvo piiilsdlctlon nnd control of
Congress. All tho powcis It oxeiclses
nn- the powers of tho United States
and nre nt nil times subservient nnd
subject to (he national nuthoilty and
control ItH povveis nro all derived
from fungi ess, nnd nro exorcised un
(lei Biich limitations nnd contiol ph
Congress mnv deteimlne" Ooodson
V IT S 51 Pac Hep, 423
I think that tho franchlso applied
for Is special, not general If It Is
special, although the Superintendent
of Public WorkB Is not In express
wordi forbidden to grant It, I think
granting It by him would bo contrary
to the spirit and purpose of the Or
The application of Section 63 of tho
Orgnnlc Act relative to special or
exclusle privileges, Immunities or
franchises nuects the powers of the
leglslatlvo and executive branches of
the tcrrltoilal government, the mate
rial Interests of tne business commu
nity nnd the development of the Ter
ritory In mnn wnys nnd to nn extent
which It Is hnrdly possible to foresee
It appears quite certain that It will
lead to difficult questions as to the
exact dividing lino between special
privileges and franchises, and rights
which are not such special privileges
or franchises nnd yet more or less
closely resemble them. These ques
tions will have to bo met as thoy
The foregoing opinion Is based on
tho application under Chapter XLV
of the Laws of 1871 for what Is un
derstood to be n franchise running
with the life of the corporation. I
express no opinion ns to whether any
thing lers than this can be given.
Very respectfully yours,
n P DOLE
Manila, Dec. 25. The recently form
ed Federal party, whose platfonu was
promulgated on December 31, has Is
sued the fullonlng announcement:
"It soon will be two )cars that this
Insurrection has gono on In the Isl
ands, and every day that passes con
vinces the Filipinos that the time, for
peace has arrived and everyone knows
the beautiful words of the celebrated
statesman: 'No war Is good, no peaco
Is bad,' the Filipinos, In a common
body, In a decided and firm movement,
have proposed b all possible means to
have peace and to work for the early
.,. 1,11. ,,, ,, ,i,.n ,,m-,
,. , ,,.. ,
"l "" " i""'"' " "" .. ".
llhcrty. order nnd tranquility
'The Philippine people nrc more In
terested than any one In the world In
their own happiness, and the people,
wishing to get peace In the most appro
priate way. may organize the new con
stltullon of our country by Industry,
agriculture and commerce, by which
they may enter Into the true era of II-
berty and prosperity to which, cer
tainly, we shall soon come.
"For this we have tho dear wish to
propagate the Idea ot peace. We do not
wish an egotistical grouping ot politi
cians. Im! wo desire a reunion of all
Filipinos who honestly wish for peace
and arc disposed to work for It.
"Our aspirations nppcnr clear and nre
practically enunciated In our platform,
nnd wo will endeavor to sustain It nB
Filipinos who hnve for our happiness
nnd. consequently, for our country, the
greatest liberty and for the future the
absolute application of tho American
constitution, with nil tho rights thnt
are enjoyed by each city of the great
"For this, we call ourselves Federal,
because, tinder American sovereignty
the most Just mid unanimous aspiration
of the Filipinos will he to form a part
of thn federation and be constituted a
sovereign, free state In the same form
as exists In the United States.
"Consequently, with these principles
to guide us. It Is not required to deter
mine elements nor friends, only to all
our brothers, to all Filipinos, we open
our arms so ns to bo victorious, now
that peaco will be established."
CAN'T EAT ONIONS
Chicago, Feb. 10. The Chicago City
Italtwny Company, controllng a large
portion of the surface tralllc of tho city,
has Issued an order to Its conductors
prohibiting them to eating onions prior
to going on duty. This order Is tho
outcome of vigorous complaints made
hy fashionable female parlous of the
road, who have Informed the manage
ment that they hae not only been nn
nojetl by the praitlce. hut that tho odor
of the offensive cgetnblo has clung to
their costumes, making them victims
to horrible suspicion i on the part of
their friends ut ufternoon receptions
The order, while not demanding thnt
conductors abstain altogether from thn
use of onions, glios no time limitation
and the men will have to figure nut for
themsohrs how many hours they may
allow beforo going on duty for all tra
ces of tho Indescretlon to disappear.
The employes nro considerably
wrought up oer tho attempt to circum
scribe their cbnlco In tho matter of
food, and bcllcvo that the order Is only
another step toward a total demolition
of their pcisonal liberty by grasping
corporations. They claim that If tho
eating of onions Is really an evil from
lint effects of whlcli street car patious
ought to be shielded tho company
should go a step faither and order Its
ciuiduitors to eject nil who bear evi
dence that they nro mlillitcd to tho
habit, along with diiinkurils and slml
lar public nult-niues
Illieiimatlsin hits been cured In
multitude of cases during the past slw
years uy I'AIX-KIM.I.U. Tills potent
remedy rubbed Igorously In mid
around the Hiiffi'iliig parts, will relieve
all stiffness, uduce the swelling and
hill all pain The most stubborn citscs
jleld to this treatment when perseerol
111 Avoid substitutes, there Is but ore
l'aln-KIIIer I'erry Davis' 23c anJ Cue
Tho over popular Italtlir beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you havo a glass of Seattle," Is mora
often heard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon has the beer on Up cr
Adjourned Annual Meeting.
The aJjourncJ annual meeting of the
KAIIUKU PLANTATION CO. will be hell
on Saturday, March 2, at io 1. m., In tht
ruoms of the Chamber of Commerce for
the purpose of amending the by-laws, etc.
W.R. CASTLE, JR.,
THE PACIFIC MILL COMPAN1
has succeeded to the ptanlng mill business
of the Enterprise Mill Co., Ltd., Alake
and Richards streets, and lespectfullv soli
cits the patronage of all former customers
of the latter mill company.
W. H. G. ARNEMANN.
Stockholders are hereby notified that tht
Foufth Assessment of I 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 piyiAk
July 1st, at the office of the unferslaied,
Actg. Treas. Inter Island TeleeraphC.
Honolulu. June 1, looo. t,;o
The regular annual meetlne of the sto:k
holders tf tile INTER ISLAND STEAM
NAVIGATION CO., LTD., wlllbeheUat
the cffice of the company, Queen strret, nn
Tuesday, March 12, loot, at 10 o'clock
C. H. CLAPP,
Honolulu. Feb. 25. iqji. 17741
Election of Officers.
At the Annual Meetlne of the stockhold
ers of the IIILO POKTUGUKSfc SUGAR
.MILL CO. held this day at the oftue of IL
Hackfield & Co., Ltd , the following
officfrs have been elected to serve for tht
J. F. Hackfeld President
H. A. Isenberg, VIce-preslJent
Geo. Rodlek Treasurer
V. Plotenhauer- . . ..Auditor
The above name J ofheers also constitute
the Bojrd of Duectors.
S TMF CIRCUIT COURT, 1IUSTCIMCUU.
Territory of lUwall In protM'e, at chimrrr In fft
itutttf of th utr f I Kamjr.ia kuahi, lite nt
llortolu'u.Olhu, The lilt will an4 testament f !
Jrj4J having tvrti rrwntf J to salJ court tic?.
tr with a frtltlon for the prutaie thereof inifvirthc
htuance of Utter teMammtiry lo Merry Maul hv
hr bren hleJ no'lee l herr plven that Frtiay, tht
14th Jv of March, A D 1901. at to o'clock 1 m , to
the Juilclir tlullJinc, Hotvilutii, it arrolmtd the
time anj place for hearing tali application, br
afJ where any pe'ton IntrretteJ may appvar ajC
thow cauw, If any they hive, why the prajer of tail
petition ihoutJ not te enn eJ.
Honolulu, rerruary 4, 10 t
liy the Court,
a. u KAULUItWU.
iTjU'Teb I.M.tt 1
Notice to Creditors.
The unit rlene4 bavin? bt-tn July arro!n!?J Ex
ecutor ana Executrix rrtpectltrly ot th,ttila(
JamM A H'Tper. JecraJ, late ul Honolulu, Ojbu.
n.tlca laherel-v irlnto all crtJItoratnpretrnt e-'
claim atalnit aalJ Jam i A Hopper. Ju'y authra
tlcateJ with proprr voucheri. II an eOt, even If Uie
cialm Is a rurea ty mortgage upon real etat tit ihe
uniertlcneJ. at their otticc on 1 ort alrett Hunoluu.
Oarm within six months Irom the Jae lined
publication h.reof. or they will be forever harrej.
Ilunolulu Oahu. February ttt A D . ivn.
WIILIAVt I. IIUI'I'tK
E WLLtS I'l lEKSON.anl
Etecutort anJ Executrix ot the estate ot James A.
Hopper, deceased fin-iaf-rt
Notice to Creditors.
Letters Testamentary havlntr been JulvKsuella
the Un-JerslffneJ as Executors of the Last Will anl
Testxten-ol MOIILRrU IcaHfc.lata of Honolulu.
Itl.nj ol Oahu. lerr tory of !laai . deceased. No
tice Is hereb) given to atl persons to prevent the.
c'alms against the Estate ot said Robert (i Rahe.
jeseasej, amy autnenticatej wneuier secured or
morteare or otlerlte t the Underslened of thet-
oftues in the City ot Ilunolulu or to Messrs It-itnes
and Manley. their Attorneys, at their (Mice on Kaa.
humanu street In tht City of Honolulu, vlthln MX
MONTHS from the date of the fir-t publication hen
of or they will be forever barred, and all pervias.
InJebted 10 laid tstale are hereby requested to uutur
Immediate payment to the Und.isle nea.
Exrcutora of the Last Will and Testament of Ro
bert G Rabe, deceased
Honolulu. February Till, la i itss-itt
Estate of William Dudley Hunt
EXECUTRIX NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The undersigned havlne been dulv apfointed Exe
cutrix of the olll of W LLIAM UIIULrr HUNT.
deceased, by o-der of Hon A h Humphrey, lie at
lodge of the hirst circuit Court,
Nutlet Is hereby glen toall rersonshaslneclalns
agalnsl the said estate to present the same, (wlra
I roper vouchers, If any exist), Ju y authtntfeatej.
v.hrthr secirtd by mortgage or oherv,lve, total
undersigned, at the officeot 1'e crson & Mitthemn,
Attorneys, it Kaahumanu street, Honolulu Oaas,
ttlthln six morths fiom this date, or they will bt for
Atl pv-sons Inlebted to said estate are reiuevted i
make settlement with the undersigned
Executrix of the l I of William Dudley Hunt.
Dated Hon .lulu T H., lebruary so, issi
l-TO-.t ft 1,8 .
Luau and Fair
tor thl lifcNfxiT or Tilt.
Kapiolani Maternity Home Annex
March Hi, 1001.
To be held on the grounds of the
KAPIOLANI MATEKNITY HOME.
Beginning at 12 o'clock, noon.
GENERAL ADMISSION f l.oo.
CHILDREN UNDLR 12, SoCQttS
Mrs. Annis Montague Turner,
720 Beretanla street; Tel. 1114.
E. K. KAA1,
Teacher of " .itar, Mandolin, Zlttut
Ukulele and Tnro Patcb.
Orders to bo left euro ot Wall, NlcJw.'i
t) 1 ' ,fmrn Milr rv, v
M. PHILLIPS 4 UO
Wholesale Impoitern nd Jobbers
Joropein ind American Dry etwr.
Fo t nd Queen Stroets.
a. HAOKFELD it OH., Ut
exeiul commission mm
or. Fort and Queen Blrextt Iiotenlaji
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