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EVENtNO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, It. T., MONDAY, MAnOH ,' 1901.
Lines .of Travel
) Business Men
aC ' Can Save
1 Many Hours
Hills ! ?
ACROSS THE 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,
1)5 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. t Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
.1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Go.
From nU After January 1, 1IW9.
STATIONS. Daily Dally
(Oatwart) M. Sua. tnr u,9n. Dill Daily
n ra. ft ..
AJi. P.M. P.M.
Ronolsli rio o, is
PUII CltT.... lOI 0 4l
ll-oe 1 1 10
II 40 i If j ft
waMlll I.i IO.OI leioa 4tof
watanaa .... 1010
Eabuku to la
(null u Sal. Dally Dillr Doll
AJi. AM. PM. Pit.
luai ;ti ....
Walalua s:io ..
waMlll S'lo 14! noj
PiailCltr i... o ii Sol iim
1110 4 0
onclula 6.U C. oe too
F. C. Smith, Uon'l Pass. A Ticket
O. P. De-fioox. Kntwrlnlondnnt
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
THE PACIFIC MILL COMPANY
has succeeded to the planing milt business
of the Enterprise Mill Co., Ltd., Alakea
and Richards streets, and respectfully soli
cits the patronage of all former customer!
of the latter mill company.
I7lfi tf W."H. n. ARNEMANN.
Stockholders are hereby notified that tht
Foufth Assessment of 5 per cent or two and
one-half dollars per share on the Capita
Stock or IHb IMtK ISLAND IfcLt
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payabii
July ist, at the office of the underslgneJ
411 Fort street. J.H.FISHER.
Actg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co
Honolulu. June 1. 1000. lt
The regular annual meeting of the stock
holders cf the INTER ISLAND STEAM
NAVIGATION CO., LTD., Will be held at
the office of the company, Queen street, on
Tuesday, March 12, toot, at to o'clock
C. H. CLAPP,
Honolulu. Feb. n. loot. 1774-td
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FIRST CIRCTIT OF
tht Territory ol him an At crumrtr. in prorate
In the malt r of the ettite of Jihn Kilo Kahn kanu
late ot Honolulu. Oahu. Jeceasei. The petition ni
account oi tne Hawaiian irust ana investment .u
LlmlteJ, aJmlnli'rator tit the eitate of taU deceanJ,
having been tile J, wherein It aV that It arcounti
fce extmlnrJ an J approe4, and that a final order t
tnaic of Jlblrib Jllun of the f ropcrty remaintnc In Hi
puseslon ti the peraon t tit it to entitled, and dla
charclne It from all furthtr resrontlblhty a such
v aimlnlttrator. It Is orde ed, that hlJa, the ttnd
x Jay of Mirh. A U , tool, at ten o'clock a m , before
the Juij.e of aalJ Court at the Cnjrt Room of th
aald Court at Honolulu, Island ofOa u, be anJ he
tamiliereby I aprulnte J ah the time anJ place fnr
hearlne ia)4 r'ltlon and accnunti, and that all rer
son Interettfd may (hen and there appear and thow
cause. If any they have, h the same should nut bt
Honolulu, I ebruary tth, 19)1
By the Court.
" ll6i4t-r.b wi8ti n "'
Notice to Creiliturts.
The unierlpned having been July appointed Ex
ecutors and Lxecuuf rcpecthcly ot the estate of
Jarre A Hnrprr Jeceawd, late ot Honolulu, Oahu,
notice Mivrclv nlen to all creditors tn present thtlr
claims against ald Jams A. Hoprer, du'y auihtn
tlcateJ ulthprorer vouchers, If an exM, even If the
claim It cure4 ty muriKE ur"" real estate, to 'he
unJerhlgned, at their otnee on Fort street Honotu u.
Oahi, within U months from the da'e"! hi dr.t
publication hereof, or they lll be ffrevr barred.
Honolulu Oahu. Irbruary ut A D , 1901,
WILL.AM L. HOPPER.
E. WbLLS PETERSON, oni
Cxecutork and Executrix of the estate of James A.
Horrer deceased tMl4t)tw
"" Notice to Creditors.
Letters Testamentary having been duly Issued to
tht UnderilftneJ as Executors ot the Last will and
Testamni of ROBERT U. RAHt, late of Honolulu,
Island nt (Jahu, Territory ot Hawaii, deceased, No
tice Is hereb) t'vn u all persons to present thcti
claims against; the Estate ut said Robert (j. Rale
deceased duly authen'lcated, whether secured by
mortjiitr nr nttitr Im!. ti the Underslcned of their
... . . ihd r"lti t.f il.ni.tuhi nr in Xlirc Holme
anJ stant.y, llilr Allorneyi, at thlr l)(ll.-e on Kai I
numanu .irrci in in. K,ni in uuruiuiu, miuuii &i.
MONTHS from Iti. J.I4 of 111. fir-t publication hr
of or tliy will he forever barr.J an4 all r.r.oii
lnicM4 to 4lJ Eltata are Iwrctty rtqu.kltJ to rr.ik
.m.n.Jl.t, ray-n; "-gj;,,
Ex.cutor. of the Last Will and Testament ut Ro
bert (i Kate (Urease! I
Honcld'u I etruarv Tth. 101 i..qnt ,
Luau and Fail
FOR THE BENLTIT Or THL
Kapiolani Maternity Home Annex
March l(i. 1001.
To be held on the grounds of th
KAPIOLANI AtATERNtTY HOME.
Beginning at 12 o'clock, r.ooi.
GbNEUAL ADMISSION ll.oo.
CHILDHLN UNObK 12, 50 CENTS
rA' .WA A VTA T.AOi
McClellan, Pond & Co.,
'ceaoic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FKOM SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA Mch. 2
S1CKRA Mch. IS
MARIPOSA Mch. 23
SONOMA Apr. 2
MARIPOSA Apr. 13
VnNTURA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 4
SIERRA Mny 18
MARIPOSA May 25
SONOMA June 4
Iu connection with the sailing ot the above steamers the agents are pre
pared to issue, to intending passenger, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
Tork by nny steamship line to all European ports.
FOH FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Jvm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Mldentdl and Oriental Steamship Co. $ loyo Kissii Kaisha
.... 0 daman ol tto boti coapaate will call af Honolulu ad litva tbla port 00 01 atoettba
t.dttat talow nectlooed 1...
For Japan and China:
, March 6
for (antral Information tplr to
H. Hackfeld &
dian-Australian teal Mail Sloariiji Company.
WStaaraera ot tta aboya Una, nrnnlne In totn.:tlon with tb. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
Vancouver. BTC. ana fyano. n's. W at.1 calllnr at Victoria. C. '.. Hooolulu.nl Brllbaut
"lllS iT 1IIM)I.IXU onoraboultaaaaU.tarcw.Util vli I
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C.
, April 1
. ...June 8
liVTb.-oufb Ickata l.tu.a Iron Honolulu to
.aaa and aT ntral Irtcrtrat'ou, aptly to
Theo. H. On vies &
American-Hawaiiasi S. S. Co.
Direct Service between t
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
S.S CALIFORNIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail ....early In April
:.S OltEGONIAN. 6,000 tons, tosall
,S AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, tosall
b. S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, tosall
Freight received at company's wharf. 42J Street, South llroolelln.at all limes.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSE,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
f Agents, Honolulu
LLf J rJ tTA A - orW-J
lv AA A?5
FOn SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA Mch. G
SONOMA Mch. 12
MARIPOSA Mch. 27
VENTURA vApr. 2
MARIPOSA Apr. 17
SIERRA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 8
SONOMA May 14
MARIPOSA May 29
VENTURA Juno 4
Fcr San Franclso:
City ol I'eklni ..
naellc . ..
. March I
Co., Ltd., Agents.
FRUM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Vktorla and Va.Kcuyer (B. C ).
Caaaaa, Unlt.1 Stale, am etiop..
Fcr Fr-.ltbt an4
Co., Ltd., ucm Agcntw.
- t i T"T l I 1 TT" ""
LOTS WILL BE SHOWN UPON APPLICA I
Chicken Thief at
. Work Out in Kalihi
IIoo Lcong was arrested at bin plnro
In Kalihi I'rlilay nlRht by OiTlccr
Charles Itakcr who ni sent out to In
vcsllKato the causo o( a complaint
made at tho police station l- Mrs.
Fritz Hownlil. Tho story of tho Inci
dents leading up to the arrest nro at
For the past three or four da, poo
pie living out near the Rowuld Liomo
which Is some distance mauka of the
bus stables bate been missing tholr
chickens. The thief nr thlcvei always
muiln a clean sweep so that tho own
ers when they awoko In tho morning,
Usually found tbilr roosts empty. Nick
Ilreham was the first ot tho people ot
the neighborhood to complain about
losing his. One hens. Next camo tbo
Slha homo and ethers and night be
fore last, the Ilowald roost was robbed.
The thief or thlees bad evidently
been frightened away from tho place
by something or other, for n bag was
left on the premises and. Inside this,
was found tomp sorghum and rice, Ro
wnld knew that the only sorghum
about the placn was to bo round on the
property of the Star Dairy so bo sent
his nfm out to Investigate, It was not
long before It was found that there
were tratks In a newly planted onion
bed. On following this up, it was found
that thn tracks led In the direction of
a Chinese shack not far nnay. Tin
lantana busbes In the Immediate neigh
borhnod showed whero a person hud
gono through for Home of tbo branches
were broken. The tracks were still ap
parent In the soft mud.
Tho young man wont homo and told
his father who Immediately nrmml
himself and went along to the Chlnr&o
quarters, Mrs. Ilowald following, A
look was taken nt tho place nnd then
tho Row aids went closer and soon spied
a placo whero chickens wero kept by
(hu t'hlnnniau. There, shut up In a
coop, wero about two hundred cholco
chickens nnd among them wero sumo
of tho fowls stolen from tho Hownld
place, rtowald sent Ilia wlfo to town
Immediately for police assistance and
then stood guard until a police onherUball not uxceed his cxpjU'on from the
should nrrlvo. This took quite n llttlo
tlmo and It was utter 8 o'clock befoio
OlUccr llaLor arrived on tho scene.
The Chinamen were questioned nhout
the chickens In the coop, Hoo I.cong
claimed that they belonged to him. Ju
ho was the otio nriested by tbo o(Ikor,
MANY CHANGES ASKED
To tho Legislatuio of the Territory of
Oreetlng' Wo tho lepious persons
residing at Kalaupapa und Kalawao,
Island of Molokal, Third Itepresonta
tlvo DlBtrlct, Precinct One, through our
committee, respectfully pray ns fol
lows: 1. That the Hoard of Health bo pro-
Macadcmized Boulevards', Graded Streets, 20-footAIIeys.
FIRST SALE OF LOTS
attmrday, March 3
hlblted from claiming any share In the
tnro produced by the farmers at Wal-
2. That the Hoard ot Health bo made
to pay for the carrlago of freight for
tbo lepers sent from all the Miauls of
3. .That the Hoard of Health paint,
and whitewash all the buildings occu
pied by tho lepers;
I. That the children bom of leproui
women be gltcn full food nnd fish al
lowance, as well tis wearing supplies
not to exceed the aluo of ten ($10.00)
5. That the cloth allowanco of the
value of ten dollais be mndo in coin,
0. That the Minister of the Interior
with tho approval of tho Hoard o(
Health permit the erection of stores
other than that of the Hoard of Health;
7. 1 hat the letters of the leperc be
mailed free- of postage;
8. That each leper bo gtven onco a
month onc-(uartcr (U) of a cord of
wood for fuel.
9. That the Importation of nwn into
tho settlement be permitted, but not to
oxeced two stumps at each sending;
10. That the Hoard of Health be
inado to pay tho expentes ot dlgglutr
the grav of deceased lepera;
11, That an appropriation bo made
for the erection of a home for thn sons
12. That the taro phiiitcia ot Wnt-,
and mako Into
koiu lie mane to coot.
paial and deliver nt tho food dispensary
13. That n Judgo and sheriff bo Lta-
i-oned ncrmancutly nt Kahupapn inxn-ii. ...-i..r. ...... .. ... .-...n i.0nsiiicring an utai mm iu .. i..
I'oneii perni.iiiimi) in n"""ri . r tiiuiMin .r tt, i,nmi. nf thanm.1 ... ,.., ...... . .... .-. 11.. ., co
ll. That a law be enactnl proMdlng
tr tho examination of the .lean lepers
15. That an expert on leprosy bo
procured for the cure of this dread din
(a,c; 1. That tho weight )t the palal bo
Inert aced from 21 to 25 pounds.
17. That tho'nonrd ot Health pcr
mli lepers (persons who nro not dli
tnscd) to visit their sick twlco a ear
under their own expensei, wlth'iut bin
dri'ni'es; IS. That tho appropriation of
for the settlement bo Increased.
19. That tho words of tho last por
t.on ot section 1002 of t..i renal Uiwa
luv compiled, relating to helpers bo re-
lie.tltu. 1 litis: iitu. "' ' 1 HiiiDiiiimn
prem'sea of the lloani 01 tteauii
0 That tho leper se'Ue-ment be pio-
vidci! with No. 1 Hour, rue No. 1. good
Eulintiii, and with fat besf
2i That ltperb be ullovi-i'd In appeal
from decisions leiidered, ,.pu that mch
npprul bo heard by tho L'lnttlt JiuUe
22. That tho settloni'ii- bo r" - !al
with llvo sheep deliver" 1 in the seltle
tnent once every six months
23 That each lepor be supplied with
0110 (1) quart of oil once 11 mont.i,
. . ..NlAtAI j VN'cnlc Men
Or Plcrco's Elcc-
titrate Sen J for "IWok
l.t Fo v" AJlress
IMIiKCU SLIXTklC CO.,
620 M'tkcl SI., b P.
The magnificent residence suburb of
above Rocky Hill, adjoining lYlanoa Road
Superb residence lots 100x1 -JO
and 200, at surprisingly low '
$800 tO $2500.
21. That each leper be allowed ona
pound of sugar and tea of good quality
once a week;
25. That lepers who hnvii no horaes
be allow I'd to import 0110 liorBj rn.'x
from anywhere outside.
20. That helpers be permitted to ac
company nnd rcsldo with lepers when
they are segregated.
It. M. Knaoao, Thos. K. Nntnanlnl,
Andrew Auld, W. K. Mnknkoa. 0. V.
K. I'alaualelo, Klmo Ktinle. J. II. Hull
un. Chas. M. N Ilrcwster, (leo, J. K.-V
.. . , t-.i-
nlkuil, William nnpein, jr.. j .. "-
llmal, Jas. I'rosser. John Kaahlkl. S in.
Keaoull and J. Harret.
An assessment of $10 per sharo has
been lclol on the capital stock of the
Oceanic Steamship Company. Reasons
for this action are ghen as foltows In
In tho absence of John D. Bpreekels,
president oT the Oceanic Steamship
Company, who departed sonio dajs ago
on the steamer Ventura for Sydney,
his brother Adolph U. Sprcckcls, was
questioned as to tho cause for the levy
ing of the assessment. He gave sev
eral reasons.. Tho first was tho delay
of the Cramps In delivering tho three
now steamers, thereby preventing tho
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!.. hiIaIi.I.I fn. 0 tin t ai-iMfi-a-
men tne expense 01 wins uu.
bringing the vessels to Sun Francisco
had been greater than bad been ex-
....-.. I t..l1,s i-nntinii urnu tUth tnVIni!
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I P"- ' '" ' "s "K "'",
ptacc un ui uie oictuui-.o ' mv .wm.i ( jijjp mp recora is a reinurivmtic uu,
Still another causo was the expense of, when she arrived here from I'hlladel
$233,000 for work on the Alameda "-"4 j phln, new circulating pumps had to b
Mariposa, and flnally tho" depletion of
the reserve fund to n comparatively
. . .TELEGRAPH
On and After the 2nd of March
messages In plain language will be accept
ed lot irarsmission peiween t"e
pi ices mentioned below :
Ka L.tau, Molokal
Maun.ilt.'i, l.anal; ami
The charce for such messages will be at
the rate of 20 ctnts per word of isletlfs
When telephone C .nnectlons are avail
able messiges may be hanJed to the tele
phone company to be forwarded to desti
nations other than thoe mentioned above.
In othtr cases special messengers may
be employe 1.
The cost of special delivery Is not ln
cludeJ In the charce at 20 cents per word.
If the cost Is known It must be paid by
the senJer vi hen the message Is handed In.
ricllodyltattcry If unknown, It must be paid by the a J
Layitht)rui' lnes- dressee when the message Is delivered.
Honolulu Office, Magoon Block.
The New Steamer
Sonoma Does Things
San Francisco, Feb. 1". The Sonoma
of tho Oceanic Steamship Company's
mall line between here nnd Australia
has established a new record, she made
tho run from here to Sjtlney, N. S. W.,
In nineteen days llftecn hours, or ona
day and a half ahead of her contract
time nnd the same length of time ahead
of the record set by the Mariposa, on.
her last vojage. The time of both Tea
sels Includes all stops.
Tbo Sonoma met with very heavy
weather between here nnd Honoluln,
nevertheless tbo trip was made In 9ta
days fourteen hours. TJtere was con
siderable delay at the Hawaiian port
and tho mall boat was behind tlra
leaving port. She ran like a "scared'
deer." say the men on tho Sierra be
tween Honolulu and I'ngo Pago. Samoa,
and when Auckland, N. Z., was reached
tho mall was eighteen hours ahead ot
The run from San Francisco to Auck
land, Including all stops, had been mad
In sixteen dajs fifteen hnuri.
Tho run from Auckland to Sydney
has ahvaH been figured on ns a threw
ihis twelve hours run, but the Sonoma
did it III three das or less and nrrlved
at her destination on the 13th InM..
thlrty-slx hours ahead of her contract
a a . a t a. 1 1 t 1. ,nw.
"""e" '" '" "-
noma Is practlcAUy on her maiden My-
put In and tbo machinery overhauled.
C'hlef.Knglneer A. D.Mttlo and Assist
ant Chief Church worked like trooper
nnd wl-en the Sonoma left hero sho wis
In splendid shape.
From hero tn Honolulu It Is ahnut
2100 miles from Honolulu to rngo Pa
go about 2270 miles, from Pago Pago ta
Auckland about 15C0, find from Auck
land to Sidney about 120 miles. leav
ing out of account tho fact that tho So
noma was detnlned about twelve hours
nt Honolulu, that It took her six hours
to enter nnd clear at Pago Pago and
that she was probably twelve hours or
more at Auckland, tho magnificent mall '
boat averaged 370 knots n day. Leaving
out her hours of detention and h
must have nveragod over 100 knots ot
a continuous speed of about slxtrcn
knots nn hour. For a brand new shin
it Is n record to bo proud of. -
Throat Sore? Thcro'8 110 telling what
a sure throat will do If you give It
"light of way." Uncertain remedlts of
ten entiso dangerous delay Mako a cure
sure with PAIN-KIl.I.nit, known for
half n century as n specific for sore
throat, croup, coughs, mid all kindred
troubles. Keep It by you for an emer
gency. It never falls. Avoid substitutes.
there Is Mil one I'nln-Klller, Perry Da
v Is'. Price 25c. nnd 50c,
Tho weekly edition of the Evening
llulletln gives a complete summary ci
the news ot the day.
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