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EVENING! BULLETIN, HONOLULU, Hi T., FRIDAY, MAIICH 8, 1!01.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The (tamers of thti line will arrlra
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
SIERRA Mch. 12
MARIPOSA Mch. 23
SONOMA Apr. 2
MARIPOSA Apr. 13
VENTURA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA ...j Mar 4
SIERRA ....T. May 18
MARIPOSA May 23
SONOMA .., June 4
In connection with the tailing of
pared to issue, to Intending paiscngeri, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In tbe United States, and from New
lork by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. 6. Irwin & Co., Limited,
"general AOENTS oceanic S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
locllentil ana Oriental Steamship Co. 0 Toyo Risen Kalsba
.laaaara al tha ikon csaainin will call tl Honolulu aid llara tilt sort oa tr aaoat OW
..dataa balasr MtlOfltdt....
For Japtn and China:
Coptic March l
Araerlca Mini Much 11
For ranaral information riy '
H. Hackfeld &
aWTStaaraara ol itit aeova list, ronnUe eonnactlon srtib tta CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO
,Man Vascoovar, B C , and Sydnay, N. S. W.. and calttor at Victoria, C. C Honolulu and Brlsbaor
ntJG AT 3IONOtlJl.ll oa or about tha dataa balov atatad vln
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C.
- ir Hrltbana aod bydeayi
Warrlrooo Mir it
Mlowtra Arrll 1)
Aorancl ... . May 11
Warrlmoo Juna 8
WTbroct b Icktrts lisatd Iron Hoaolola to Cutis, Ualttd 9tatit aal Bnropa. For Fralchl aal
'Hii tad F Btral loforaattoa. apply to
Thco. H.Davleg&Co.,Ltd. Gcn'lAficnte.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK. PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
S. S CALIFORNIAN, 6,000 tons, to sill arty In April
.S OKEGONIAN. 6,030 tons, to salt
S S AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail
S. S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail ..,
Freight received at company's wharf., 4J Street, South Brooklln, at all times.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSE,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Lines of Travel.
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. 1 Montgomery St.. San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
1473 Omaha. Nebraska,
O. R. & L. Go.
STATIONS. Dally D.llj
(Oamard) at. Sua. iallr aa. Sua. Dally Dally
AM. A M. AM. PJI. PJiC
HooolBla Til QIC 11.0s t ! s o
Paarl City.... 1 0 g 41 li!o 1T I JO
waMIII lis tool latoo 4$ I110
Walaoaa...... .... 10 so .... 44s ....
Walalua...... ... 11 si ... 1 40
ahuku la is ,. 6111 ....
(Inward) at Sua. Dally Dally Dally
AM AM. P.M. P.M.
F. C. Smith, Qon'l Paul. A llolet
Q P. Dnisn. NiipiirhiKiuilHin
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
(idntrsl Manager ol
Tbs Iqojtable Lift Auiir.nci 8ooi
O' um United BUM tor tbs HswallM
OrtuMi Harebant straat. Hi
and leave thla port as hereunder: '
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.'
MARIPOSA Mcb. 6
SONOMA Mcb. 12
MARIPOSA Mch. 27
VENTURA Apr. 2
MARIPOSA ' W.....Apr. 17
SIERRA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 8
SONOMA May 14
MARIPOSA May 29
VENTURA JllDe 4
the above steamers the agents are pre
For San Francisco:
City ol Paltlnr MitthS
Gicllc March 16
Hontkonr Miru Minht
Co., Ltd., Agents.
FRUM SYDNEY AND BR1SBANB
Tor Victoria aod Vaocouvir (B. C ):
bttt and wine Dealers.
HAS A FINE LINE OF
Wines. Llciuore, Etc.
FOR SALE BY THE GLASS OR BOTTLE
J. K. Merseberg.
IXrOBTEHS, a. WD WEOLIIILi
Vine aM Lipr Dealers.
Ataata lor tba Bottlad Ratalar Baar ol laattla.
No. 19 Noruim Stbbkt
Faaiat Block. Honolulu, Hawaiian louses.
P.O. Bon )t. Mutual Talaahona sot.
SODA WATER CO., Ltd.
Corner Allen and Fort Sts Honolulu.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I
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 a spacious and airy
wr room are just a lew
of the attractions.
J. H. McDonough l the man
aeer. His assistants are W.
Hilary, Bonnie Lemon
If 1 mi call once, yoj will call
No Beer to Burn,
But Beer to Beat the Band
LARGE INVOICE OF.
IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLh
It has'nt come to stay ; it's goinr
fast, but there's more com-
Ing every month.
L. II. DEE, Prop,
Use of Street Materials
Is Very Fully Set
GOOD ASPHALT BETTER
THAN ANY OTHER KNOWN
Mrs. Eames Qive3 An Array of Facts
of Value to Honolulu and all Hawaii
-Cheapest is Not Always the
The loan of $1,500,000 for the Im
provement of streets and blghwns ro
ccntly approved by tho city goscrntaetit
of Boston was to cover expenses of laz
ing out now thoroughfares, straighten
ing streets, wldpnlng streets, In short
for reconstruction of tbe cntlro strot
system. While the expense of paving Is
usually borne by abutting property,
no department of Public Works should
request such an outlay upon Inadequate
As to tho sorts of pavements In repu-
lauto use, wooden blocks so generally
In use In Mclbourno seem to be pro,
nounccd by tho great municipal englr.
eers cxpeushc when properly laid and
unsanitary In any case.
Granite blocks make' a paemrnt be
onil Its rivals, has no dust, fill e
horses a firm footing, Is cheaply main
talned. though oxpenslvu it the b'gln
nlng, and If laid In concrete, n ccntlr
process, can bo kept fnl'ly clean.
Dut granite blocks exaggcrato trnctlon
nnd nro noisy. Physlchns maintain
that the ncre-racl.ln,; din of An.crl
can t Meets nccounts In a mtps'i-e for
ncitrntlc lendcn-u ia the Au.ciUan
trirp lancut. Indecl Lewis II Jfaiirs
u tri "1' mny be ri,.. al,l that tho
I In of the granite pav";cttt is ip n ln
leason why granite blocks aro no long-c-
icnr'iS red nt iu.l'rl,.t fir main
Pnsslns now to the consideration of
isphalt nfter a brief recognition of th
sanitary value nf brick If laid l:i mor
tar, offset by Its Indubltabla ujllncss
let us apply tho tests of Lewis It, Isaacs
to asphalt. Wo find that asphalt Is ah
K.lutely sanitary, and as nearly noise
less as possible; It gives off no dust
can be Kept absolutely clean with the
nld of scraper and hose; Is entirely Im
pervious to moisture, so that noxious
matter cannot soak Into lt.and It atfonls
full protection from the soil hcnciitu
It. As tegards noise, asphal : educes
the vwr of tratric to a minimum It Ir
tho nearest practical approach to noise
lessnesj. As concerns theoretical trac
tion asphalt Is next to steel rails. Last
of all It Is a beautiful pavement rlng
a city nn air of wholosomo cl.Miilliu m
not otherwise obtainable. Dr. Samuel
Durgln of tho Doston health depart
ment In his plea for asphalt imrnicuts
Insists that asphalt has nm't? tn.) most
sanitary of all city roadnajt- And
this, as a matter of fact Is tho position
taken bv all tho great municipal engin
eers of America and Riiropi'. On tin
other hand. It Is claimed that horses
are In danger of slipping on nsphalt.
Says Mr. Wlau, secretary of tho Frcnih
Asphalt Company. "Ilecctit statistics
taken In Ilcrlln show that accidents to
horses from slipping on asrlnlt pave
ments become fower, although tho area
of tho nspholt-paved surfaco Is contin
ually being Increased. Tho rcison Is
partly that horses become accustomcJ
to the nsphalt, and partlv that as as
phalt paved streets become numerous,
less mud Is brought on to I ho asphalt
from streets otherwise paved, and It Is
dirt of this sort which U the Ciief
causo of sllppcrlncss.
Unless a great rovulslon of public
feeling takes place In licrlln. It may
safely bo anticipated, that before many
years the whole city will bo paved with
asphalt, nighty thousand to a hundrfd
thousand sauaro jards nro systemati
cally so pacd oery jcar, and active
competition prevails among the Inhabi
tants of streets not yet favored as to
which has tho better claim to have an
asphalt pavement first.
It appears that the danger 'to horsm
lies only In the partial employment o(
that pavement nnd tho falluro to keep
adlacent stnno pavcmentB free from
mud." It Is also, claimed that asphalt
pavements are not durable. To such
claimants no better answer or more
convincing can be made, than there
words of Professor Newberry of Colum
bia College: "There Is no street IP
America or elsewhere In tho world that
has us much traffle as Cheapslde, Lon
don, nnd iimong the ehltlps which
piss through It nro omnibuses loaded
with passengers Insldo and top, carls of
all descriptions, nnd, heaviest nf nil
tin. great trucks of tho great brew era,
with their enormous horses nnd tons ot
nlo and porter And et Chcapsldo Is
paved with asphalt and Is as smooth as
a hnuso Hoot, Tho secret of Its per
fection Is the thorough manner In
which tho pavement Is laid nnd thn
Intcssint cure given to It. In nothlnr
Is axiom truer 'that a stitch In tlmo
saves nine' than In tho caro of street
pavements. Asphalt has little hardness
nnd If from Irregular setting of the
roadbed or local violence a brent
occurs, tho passing wheels rapid!
sheer off, the sides of tho hole, nnd It
bom assumes formidable dimensions.
In London this Is prevented by con
stant watchfulness; persons nro em
ployed'to traverse the streets with a
light repairing outfit, and whenever a
defect is observed, this Is patched at
once nnd so effectually, that the spot
cannot be distinguished. Tho con
tractors who lay the pavements agrcs
to keep them In order for fifteen year3
at n price which doesn't average morn
than n few cents to a squaro yard
Our (American) people seem to think
that no pavement Is a good one unlesi
when once laid It will forever take care
of Itself, There Is no such pavement'
Looking a little closer at Prof. New
berry's statement It appears that tho
asphalt of Cheapslde must be properly
lam wim a sound foundation and a
covering whoso Ingredients are proper
ly mixed, nnd properly applied. Tho
asphalt 'pavement In America It then
appears has hardly had n fair trial
The London engineer has hit the vul
nerable points I. e. the sound founda
tion, nnd proper mixing. This Involves
n reply to all who would remind us
that asphalt In Silt Lake City Is lll.o
mush In summer Wrong mixture. And
that asphalt cracks In the Ilostou win
ter cold. Wrong mixture. That nsphalt
goes Into hummocks. Lack of proper
foundation, mixing and rolling. That
nsphalt will stand the extremes of heat
and cold Is proven to n certainty by
Ilurfalo experience with her two hun
dred miles of asphalt pavement. Tb
economic value ot minimum traction
has been attended to, but when n whole
city Is paved with nsphalt the principle
gets a wide application.
Then tho bicycle and pleasure vehi
cles. Mr. Hlchard Sanforth. Superln
tendent of the Duffalo street railway
system Is reported ns saying, "That his
company loses $1000 per day on account
of wheels." This means that tho earn
era of Duffalo save. $1000 per day by
reason of the asphalt pavements. The
mnrv clous efficiency of tho Duffalo fire
department Is said to depend In no
small degreo upon the superb race
track provided by the asphalt pave
ment. On the whole It Is not too much
to sny that concurrent testimony of the
greatest municipal engineers Is strong
ly In favor of asphalt for city pavo
ments. Tho Initial cost Is considerable
However, tho best Is alwavs tho cheap
est In the long run, nnd there Is no
economy In being pavement stingy.
Cost or no cost, nsphalt Is by nil pro
fesslonnllty authoritative accounts tho
pavement of tho twentieth ccnttir
pleasing to tho ec, Inviting to the
wheel, n relief to the car nnd nerves,
hut best of nil a conservntor of public
To quote that delightful Frenchman
Professor Fousnqurlcs, "Tho absenco of
dust, abatement of noise, tho omis
sion of Joints, permitting n complete
Impermeability, and thus preventing
the putrid Inferjtlon of tho sub-soil nil
among the precious benefits derived
from asphalt streets."
In this brief review of thp "litera
ture" of street paving there is of course
much ground uncovered. Drlck has not
received worthy consideration perhnps,
on the ground of Its unattrnctivenervi
to the eye. Drlck when laid In mortar
Is sanitary, can bo cleaned, offers firm
footing to the horse, nnd that It Is du
rable Holland and tho cities of tho
middle west testify, Ornnlle, brick nnd
asphalt pavements radiate heat at an
undesirable rate It Is claimed. It la
even asserted that asphalt radiates
heat at a mora furious rate than tho
Whether nsphalt becomes hotter than
stone I do not know. However, If It
does there arc two conclusions one Is
that heat from asphalt Is clean, whllo
that from other pavements Is poison
ous. Tho other Is tho dark blackish
gray color of asphalt, with Its relief
from glare mnkes.the heat less distress
ing than from stone or macadam
It seems a mistake In Honolulu to
lay handsome expensive pavcmentsl
upon narrow, tortuous streets, we aro
building for the future In Honolulu.
nnd she Is far too rich and Important a
city to employ any but tho best meth
ods nttnlnahlc. It tnkes money to
crcato n sanitary city. And tho city of
Honolulu has demonstrated that It
costs even moro to maintain nn unsani
tary city. Which nro wo to have?
It Is not the purpose, nf this nrtlclo ta
close the discussion hut rather to In
vito the broadest posslblo extentlon of
discussion und Investigation.
ANNA AI.WAltD EAMKS.
Police Court Notcx.
Jack Dureon who left a wagon ou n
public stret nt night without a llsl.t
attached was reprimanded ind dis
charged jesterday morning. Niikal a
native gambler was fined $1. lino-
ku, Jno Palua, Haako nnd Hnlvcrsin
each paid $2 nnd costs for being drunk
whllo Ouro and Innes forfeited their
ball of $C.
Couiviit In the Act,
I.ua a native boy fifteen ycara old
vvua caught In tho act of robbing the
till In Choug I.ou'h storo In Ccnk and
South strcetH jesterdny morning Ho
was locked up and coufisstd liU guilt
That Hacking Cough la n Hourco of
lnnijjniiKi to jnursolf nnd others, m
well us of distress. Ily taking 11 teu
Hpnunfiil of PAIN-KIM.i:il in half n
ilassof warm water or milk nvery horn
or two, ou will bo surprised to flu.)
how tiulikly tho rough will dUapponr.
Insist upon getting tho giniilnc. Bold
'n tvvt) sizes, Prlcp 2Jo and COO Avoid
substitutes, there Is but 0110 Paln-Klll-er,
a . a
Camarlnos receives for his refrigera
tors all thn California fruits nf thn sen
nn by overy cold storage steamer. He
u)o,a8 bus on hand a stock of frcah
4PPlcs, grapes, oranges, etc. Send jour
orders by phone. No. Main 378.
a 1 a
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cent per
Instruments filed for record Mar 7, loot.
First Party Second Party Class
A Morris EHF Wolters M
S K Kane Tr J E K.1I101 D
n MjuddKhus LLMcCandess 1)
Nakashlma II Hackfeld & Co Ltd C M
FWGlid , " " PA
Victoria Ward C J Unit u,i
J M Enoka Wm G Itwln Al
Instruments filed for record March 8,
C Btown. Tr P M Pond
PM PonJ&wl A J Detby
A J Derhv & wf C Brown, Tr
J F Hov ler & vv f J M Camara
Cr Bevver St Co OausSpreckelsACo AM
JMKiuahlkaui Wong Kwa! L
F Veveros Kona Coffee Co
J Cockett C B Cockelt
E Cockett "
C B Cockett G G Leone
FEBRUARY 35. 1001. E A Smith and
vv Ife to J Mott-Smlth bstate Ltd, D, Jin
1, iqoi; Int. In R P 3040, lot & building,
Fort & Hotel Streets. Honolulu. Oihu
Stock bon j &-c. $1 & loits shares of Cor
poration. Book 116, page 427.
H M Vott-Smltb and wife to J Motf
Smith EUte Ltd, D, Jan 3, tool: Int. in
R P 1077. kul toot Alakea & Merchant
Streets! Int. In R P 3049, lot & building,
1-on iv iiotei streets; int. in kui su, lot A
building, Fort Street, Honolulu, Oahu.
Stock bonds Ac. ft & 10X5 shares In Cor
poration. Book 217, page 340.
I C Lovett and husband to J Alott
Smith Estate LtJ, D, Jin 8, iqoi; Int. In
R P 1077. kul loot. Alak'a & Merchant
Streets; Int. In R P 3049, lot cV building,
rorc At iiotii streets; int. in kui bu, lot
l.ilttdlni. Pnrt Ctrt Unnnlnli, n.l.11
Stock, bonns, etc ft .V 1095 shares In I
iorporaion. hook 210, page 424
FEBRUARY 26, iqji. J II Cummlngs
to W J White. D, Feb 23, 1901; lot 77 &
t piece Ian J, Paw aa, Punahoti, Honolulu,
Oahu. 51900. Mtg f2o:o. Book 2 id,
M B Waring to F S Dodge, Rel Dower.
Feb 11, loot; niece hnd Pawaa. Honolulu,
Oahu. f 1. Book 217, page 360.
C L Crawley to A S Humphreys, Rtr
PA Feb 25. 1931; Revokes Powers dated
June 1, 189). Book 212, pjge 439.
P ltanuna and hustund to A Serlni, D,
Dec J4, toco; R P 320O, Kaklo, Hana,
Maul. $555. Book 217, page 359.
J D Po! t J Shaw Acmt. Jan 11 rpi, t , tell lor
$)i8.i '' Let i Map i). Walilaaa Oihu llouk
i.i pacf 41.
W II DraJltv MMti L L Co. k M let. . iooi
Lot t6. I'awaa I'unahou, Honolulu Ojliu, $i
)r.Mr"crnl lt.M k tjo pace . 1
VV J VMillt anj wile lo At DCummlngt, M, Itb i
1901 Lot TranJipc linJ, Pawaa, I'unahou Mono
luluOihu SuonfTi Sprrcnt Hotkati race 41
O W Smith loS KK'ane I) leb. ir i(oi, Lotj l
ani 16. k'cklu Trad, Honolulu, SCou, Dook til
P Lemke anj wile to E Pjntar D DC 10 tpn
lot T Hlk it. gewato Tract. Ilunolulu Oihu Si 00.
Hunk elf rape llv. '
C Brown 10 C It llemenl, Rel, Feb ej 1901, Lot
i) ani t4, MokaueaeWalkoaeTract Honolulu Oahu
$400, Hook e 1 s pa ee 1 1 4
rLHKUAKY H. iooi W A HllltoCWInam. L
let , iooi, pnr H P ito6 Aala, Honolulu Oahu
ee rt from April 16, 1016
Sltvo Hook 919 pafe
N II. JCaula anj wile to I' Kaula, I). Dec 14, 1001,
Int. In R l 100. Kalua Walluku Maul, t ico. Hook
atT pas 101.
J W Ma n to Hop Chong Co 1S.Novi6, tooo
leasehold bullJInga &c. Volcano Itoai, 9 miles
Hawaii Hook aia fa,e 440.
M AulJ anj huttunj to L K Meyer. I), Dec it 1900
a pea lani. Kapatama, Honolulu Oahu. SSoo, Hook
m pace ao.
Kallua anj wile to P k'aaua et al D, leb j, igoi,
Int In houte and lot, Llliha St Honolulu Oahu
Si oo Hook atr rage )6i
K llanura to Joe Je Coito. I), lebai 1901, pc
lanJ, Nlelile, llamakua Hawaii $480 Hook al6
W S k'apoohlwl lo A N Kepolkil I) leb a 190P
Inl In It I1 (Sot Kul 194). I'aunlul Walluku Maul
S6o?llook ei6 page 4T
Klha to C A Brown, D. leb 1 1901, It l (05 Kul,
19? anj R I' So.. Kulliil PWalpIo Lwa Oahu
(Int In) Ap I. H l'l anj U4 Kul 8(0, I'alma
Honolulu Oahu Jjo, Dok 111 pige 6j
M AulJ anJ huttanj to W A Meyer, I). IVc it
19UA, por H I' 1510 anj t re lanJ, I'alma, Honolulu
Oahu $1.0. Hook aaa page re
Kelula (wlJow) to E A Mott-aiUn. I), leb IT, 11
por Kul 104I Auwalollrau, Honolulu Oahu. Sjuo.
Hook 416 page 4
L K Aea to Geo LWoolvey, M.Jan 1901. por Gr
6t Monoa Honolulu Oahu. na a yi o taper
cant Hook aio page it
H Kapule anJ wile et tl loJAMagoon D, leb
a, 1901, Ap a H P 4 Kul irtj Kalla, Honolulu
Oahu Si Hook an page 164
H HoNteln lo A S Humphreys, Kel ol Dower. Ieb
e6, 1901, Lot to, Punahou College Tract, Honolulu
Oahu 3i,oo Rook 19S pagt 409
Kona Sugar Co LtJ to hlrtt A S (t Trutt Coot
Hawaii LU. Tr D. Dec I). I9" UnJa, leatJs
machinery &c Kona,' Hawaii aoo,ono 15 years Cc
6 per cent Hook ail apga 41
Puaklnamu anj husbanJ etal to J A Magoon, D
leb )' 1901, Apr a, It I' 41 4l Kul 1TO1. Kalla,
Honolulu Oahu Hook iao page )t
Emma M. Nakulmnn 'flies a replica
tion to tho answer ot J. H. Hchnnck l'J
her trespass suit In which ho Is defen
dant, declaring that tho property upoj
which tho trespass was committed bo
longs to herself and not to him.
Appearance among tho defendants In
tho oqulty suit of W. P. C, llnsson vs.
W. II. Pain ct al., has been filed by
Harry Francis both for himself nnd u
Accounts hnvo been filed by V. W.
Macfarlano nnd August Ahrens, guar
dians of Iluth nnd George lllchardsoa,
which balancp nt $lfi.Rli0.77. A showing
Is mndc of (103.25G In Investments.
In tho cstnto of Judgo II. A. Wldi
mnnn, tho trustees hnvo filed llnnl re
ceipts of distribution of nh. Tho
sums of M10 40 each wero distributed
to i:mma Macfarlnne, Ilmlllo Macfar
lano Martini Ilerger, Clertrudn 12. Lan?,
Wilhclmlnn Dnvvsett, Anna Wldcmann,
AlwInoConradt, Herman A. Wldcmann
Jr.. and Carl Wldemnnn
Tlicro has been another clintiRrS nt
tho pursers of tho Intcr-Inlnnil Com
pany, This tlmo tho cIuuiko chilli
will bo permanent Is as follows- Pur
ser Umlerman of tho Hall goes Into
tho new steamer Hnnalcl, tho purser of
tho Mlkahala. Albert Christian, Km a
to tho Hall . Purser Tersnson of tho
Kauai takes the Mlkahala ami Willie
Hupal formerly freight clerk ot tho
Mauna I.oa gets tho Kau.il
Some changes will bo made In tho
captains later this week.
McBryde Sugar Company, Ltd.
The Annual Meeting of th; McBrvJe
Sugar Company, Ltd., will be held In the
office of the Chamber of Commerce at 10
a. m. on FRIDAY. .MARCH 22nd.
The slock transfer books will be closed
between the 7th and 22nd Inst
GEORGE F. DAVIES,
The adjourned annual meeting of the
Stockholders nf the WAIANAC CO., LTD.,
will be helj at the otice of J. Al. Dew sett
Merchant street, (11 Monday, March 15th,
1001, at 2 o'clock p. m.
J. M. DOWSETT,
Honolulu. Aiarch 5th, iqoi. 1 78o-td
, THE PACIFIC MILL COMPANY
has SlltYrpil,! tn thp nl.lntnir mill hmlnae
of the Enterprise Mill Co., Ltd., Alakea
and Richards streets, and tespectfullv soli
cits the patronage of all former customer!
of the latter mill company.
1716 tf W.H.G.ARNEMANN.
Stockholders are hereby notified that tht
Foufth Assessment of 5 per cent jr tvv 0 and
3ne-half dollars per sliare on the Capital
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payabls
July 1st, at the office of the undersigned,
ill Fort street. J.H.FISHER.
Actg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co
Honolulu. June 1. tooo 1550
The regular annual meetlnc of the stork-
holders cf the INTtR ISLAND STEAVA
NAVIGATION CO., LTD., will be helj at
the office of the compiny, Queen street, en
Tuesday, March 12, tool, at 10 o'clock
C. H. CLAPP,
Honolulu. Feb. 2,. 1001. 1 774-td
IN THE CIRCUIT COUMT, FIHST CIKCUIT,
Teirltorytl Hawaii. At chambers. In piobate In
the mailer ot 'he eslale ol Jacob Jurgensen Jeceas.J
On reiJIng anj filing the petition anj ace unis I the
aJmlnlstraiors ol the estate ol salj Je easej, wlerrln
tavks that his accounts be examlnej anj approvsj
anj that a final. rJtr be male ot distribution ot the
protenv remaining in his hanJs o the persons there
to entltleJ anj Jl.charglrg him from all further re
sponslbllite as such aJminUtrator
It 11 01 JereJ thst MonJay, tha Ith Jay of April. A
P toot, at ten o clock 1 n, 11 the Court R torn of
the salj Court al llo.olulu UlanJofO.hu be anj
tlie same hereby Is aprolnlcJ as the time ar J place
lor heamr silj peiulin anj accounts, anj that all
persons IrteresteJ may the, anj there appear and
snow cause, If any Ihey bate, why ife same a oulJ
not ba granteJ anj may prenteIJenceas to who
are emllleJ to the salj prnperl)
Honolulu, lebrujiy is, 1901
Bv the Court
ITTT-Mch 1 tieei Clerk
Notice to Creditors.
Th undmlrntJ havlni? r-t-n Jutv asfsrnlntdJ F.
rculon ni Executrix rrrctlrly of tti ciaic of
June A II rrr. Jctasf J, Ut of Honolulu, Ojhu,
notlct It hereby Rln to ill crJitori 1 1 ((vnt itirlr
clilm flnit wii Jimt A Horror, du'y tutlirn
ut.aij wim piuprr viiihik-tj, 11 inv riki, even h int
claim I curel ty mor t pice urort real tsutt fuhr
unJfltnJ. at itwlr uiiicon lurt tvtreti llunoluiu,
Uahu. within rnonthi from th da'e 1 th f.rt
pusiiranon nerrot, or tiny win tr rrer tarreJ
Honolulu Oahu, letrutry it A U . iqoi.
WILLIAM L HOI'PtR,
E WLLIS PklfcRSuN, ani
Executors anJ ExKutrU of the estate of James A
Hopper, decease- nsi't-jtw
Estate of William Dudley Hani.
EXECUTRIX NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Th undrrilcnrJ havlnc hern Julv anrn ntrJ F.
cuifli nf the will of W LLIM UUDLt HUNT,
Jrceasci ty Oder of Hon A 8 Humphreys, First
iiiui nt riiiiuiiiuu M'uti,
Nottc Is hcrrbv then lo all rersoni hivlnp lalm
against ih sili estal to rrt.rnt the same (with
rroftr vouchers, If any exut), Ju y authentkatei,
whethfr securei by mnrteact or oherwlae, to the
unJrrslene-l.at (he offitrof I'e erson & Mttti.twm.in.
Attorneys, is Kaahumanu street Honolulu Oatij
within sU months from this date, or tley will be for
All persons Indebted to salj estate are requested i
makt settlement with tl e tin Je'slgnrd
utUKT a nur,
Executrix of the w I of U llllam DuJIcv Hunt
Dated Honolulu T. H lebrjary o, toi
ntili 8, t
VihenYou Waqt b jig
,.R1NQ TJP THK.
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
,.118 FOKT BTREn
SUhlo 'Phone, 477
Hack qtand 'Phone, 319 nnd 7i
0. H BELUNA
f White and Black Sand
1 In Quantities to Suit....
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SUE
ter Dump Carts turnlsheJ bv the Ji
on Hour's Notice.
H. R HITCHCOCh.
YkrchaiUStjJn 1ID. Monsarrat's otneo.
THEUNION EXPRESS CO.
Drays tor Freight
Our representative meets all Incomlns
iteamers from the Coiit .-nJe check
baEKage on all outgoing steameri.
Wblte mi Bltclc Sand For Sale
Office with Evening liullctln. 310 Klnr
street. Tel. Mi.
W. LARSEN, MTr
HAWAII SHIMPO SUA
The Pioneer Japanese Printing office,
The Publisher of "HAWAII MHMPO,',
-tha only Jally Japartfsa papar ruMlstiaJ '
In lha ffrrltoryol Hawaii .
Y. SOGA, Editor.
C. SHIOZAWA, Proprietor
US'- Editorial anJ Printing Office, neat
King bridge King street. P O Box fy07.
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