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12VKNIN0 nULLETIN. HONOLUl.U.HTSATtJKUAi. .MAltCil !, 1OTI. -.-
McBryde Sugar Company, Ltd.
The Annual Meeting of th: McBryde
Sugar Company, Ltd., will te held In the
office of the Clumber of Commerce at 10
a. m. on FRIpAY, MARCH 2ind.
The stock transfer books will be closed
between the 7th and 22nd Inst
GEORGE F. DAVIES,
Tho adjourned annual meeting of the
Stockholders of the WAIANAE CO , LTD ,
will be held at the olice of J. M. Dewett
Merchant stieet, en Monday, March nth,
tool, at 2 o'clock p. m.
J. M. DOWSBTT,
u 1 .. . . Secretary.
Honolulu, March ;th, toot. 1780-td
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L THE PACIFICT'MILL COMPANY
has succeeded to the planing mill business
of the Enterprise M'fl Co., Ltd., Alakea
and Richards streets, and respectfully soli
cits the patronage of all former customer!
of the latter mill company.
I7'6tf W. H. G. ARNEMANN.
Kt assessment noticb.
Stockholders are hereby notified that th
Foufth Assessment of 5 per cent or tvo and
one-half dollars per share on the Capital
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payab 1
July ist, at the office of the undersigned,
411 Fort street. J. H. FISHER.
Actg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co
Honolulu, June 1. 1000. mc
The regular annual meeting of the sto.k
holders cf the INTER-lbLAND SThAM
NAVIGATION CO., LTD , will be held at
the office of the company, Queen street, on
Tuesday, March 12. loot, at 10 o'clock
C. H. CLAPP,
Honolulu. Feb. 2;. tqsi. 1774 td
Notice oT Election,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
at the Annual Mcetlnc nf the Kahulul
Railroad Company, held InHonolulu,
March 7, 1901, the following olhcers were
elected for the ensuing year :
H. P. Baldwin President
J. B Castle Vice president
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. R.Caslle Secretary
W. G. Taylo Auditor
Dated Honolulu, MarJi 7, loot.
VV. H. CASTLE,
Secretary of Kahulul Railroad Co.
Election o? Officers.
At the Annual .Meeting of the stock
holders of the OAHU RAILWAY &
LAND COMPANY. hId at the rooms of
the Honolulu Cnamber nf Commerce, on
February 25. iqot, the following officer-,
and Jlretors were elected to serve for the
J. B. Atherton. . First Vice-president
W. F. Allen ...Second Vlce-p-eldent ,
A. VV. Van Valkenburg- .Secretary
Ai. P. Roblnston Treasurer
W G. Ashley Audltoi
VV. M. Graham Dlteor
Elmer E. Paxton Dlreitor
H. M. Von Holt Director
W. F. Dillingham .. Director
A. VV. VAN VALKENBURG,
Honolulu, March 2. iqoi. 1778-jt
Notice to Creditors.
Noike It hertty gini to all creditor! hivtnfrcblms
a Cain it Iha tttattcfj Catral dt MtJalrot, Uto of
Honolulu, deceauJ, to pre tn th um duly authen
ticated and with proper vouchers at the ofnea of tht
admlalftrafor, M G Sllva Honolulu, Oahu Tcrrl
toty of a will, within six (6) months from the date
hereof, or they will b foiewr hat re J
M G SUVA.
Administrator of the estate of J Catral de Mcdelros,
Dated at Honolulu. Oahu, this tnh day of rtbruar)
19 1. . 6it Feb 11 16 n a 9
RING UP THE. ..
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
m 618 FORT STREF
Stable 'Phone, 7
Hack Stand 'Phone, 310 aud 71 1.
O. H BETiUUA.
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Black Sand
In Quantities to Suit....
EXC&VAT1NG - CONTRACTED
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
fir Dump Cart) furnished by the da
on Hour's Notice.
H. R HITCHCOCK.
Merchant St., In M. U. ironsarrit's otnee.
THE UN10REXPRSSS CO.
Drays Tor Freight
Our rcpi:entat ve meets ah Incomlnc
steitrers from the Coit .-nJw chec''
bacKJRe on all outKoniK steamers.
Wblta and Black Sand For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin, 210 Kin?
Btreet. Tel. 80.
W. LARSEN, Wj't.
HAWAII SH1MPO SHA
The Pioneer Japanese Printing office,
The Publisher of "HAWAII SHIMPO,',
Iht only Jilly Jipanoi pjptr puHIhed-
In tin unliuiy ol lliwall
Y. SOGA, Editor.
C. SHIOAWA, Proprietor
t& Editorial and Printing Office, near
Klnehrlder KlneMreet. PORmwi
THIS PAPER f-ffiSVaV.-:
Ililnj: Ajincy, 64 inJ6 Mtichanti Etctianct San
can t nadt (or It
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l a w Pa n Ha r Pa H na M T4
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McClellan, Pond & Co.,
IBR J DETAIL
OF JH.G.S1LVA AND J.M. VIVAS
TO PHILLIPS COMPLAINT
Setting Forth the Nature of a Com
plicated Transaction That Leads
to Settlement in
Tho nnswer In full of M. 0. Sllva
and I. M. Vhns td the petition of A. It
Phillips, complaint to cnnicl a deed,
filed In the Circuit Court appears be
low. "That said defendants admit that
said plaintiff owned a llfo estate In
certain propert at t'uunul. Honolulu,
Island of Oahu. Territory of Hawaii,
which he coin eyed to defendants by
deed dated rebrunrj 18. 190t, a copy
whereof Is hereto attached, marked
"A" nnd made a part hereof. But de
fendants hae no personal Knowledge
whether wild )iropert s described In
or ioered li the Awards and Patents
mentioned In plaintiff's hill of com
plaint, and so neither admit nor den)
the allegations In said bill specifying
the numbers thereof.
'Thn defendants admit that on the
11th tiny of Kebrinrj, 1901. plaintiff
l?nc tho defendants an option to pur
clmbe .plaintiff's lands for the sum m
1,000, a copy of which salil option la
hereto attached, marked "II" and madt
a part hereof,
"that defendants deny that they
promised nnd agreed to procure a loin
of (2 000 upon plaintiff's Interest lu
slid property, nnd they tlenj that thty
procured the execution of said deed
b) means of any false or fraudulent
representations or with Intent and de
sign to defraud plaintiff, or by falsely
01 fraudulently representing to phlu
tiff that said deed wns for tho purppo
of securing said loan.
"Thnt defendants admit that they
hne not paid to plaintiff 01 an other
person on his behalf the Bald turn of
$2 000, and also that the) hao bein
unnble up to tht present tlrao to nego
tiate said lonn, although they hne en
deauit(l and are still endeaorlnK U
"Defendants deny that plaintiff's In
terest In said pioperfy is of tho vu'.uo
"rmther nnswerlnir said petition,
I these defendants aver thnt plaintiff hp-
proathed them In tho early part of the
month of I'ebruary, 1901, and repre
sented to them thnt ho was then .n
financial difficulties and threatened
with arrest on n charge, nf embezzle
ment, and that he desired defendant!
to m r m r m urira p im
to raise some motie for hltn by a
mortgage on certain lands that he uwn
"That defendants endeavored to oh
tain a loin of komc money for plain
tiff but were unsuccessful becaimc of
tho fact that plaintiff's Interest In VaUl
lauds was limited to his life.
"Tint the plaintiff requested tho de
fendnnts to athnnco him wmie money
to tide him titer In his dlMUulty nnd
10, on February lOth.defendnnts paid
him the sum of $100 without an) stcur
It) theiefor -
"That, on the 18th day of February,
at plaintiff's request, defendants paid
blm the further sum of (ISO.
"That plaintiff then ngreed to convey
his Interest In said land to the defen
dams on the understanding thnt defiu.
ilontH would endeavor to procure a
loan of J2 000 upon a mortgage thereon,
and nlo 10 Insure plaintiff's life for
$0 000, one-half of the proceeds in the
event of plaintiff's death to be paid
to defendants; nnd that If n lmrchas-r
of said propert) could be secured the
defendants would receive one-halt of
the net proceeds of the sale. In whLh
event the pollc) of Insurance would lie
come the sole property of plaintiff. It
was also atrreed by phlntlff mid deft.ii
Junta that defendants should pay the
Insurance premiums nud tnxes on tho
land out of the rents derived from tho
land which now amounts to ?2S0 per
inniim. And that plaintiff and defen
dnnts thereupon executed tho agree
ment dited rebrunr) 18 1901, n copy
whereof Is hereto attached, marked
"That thereafter It was agreed ho
twecn defendants pnd plaintiff 'a at
torney, Mr. llerrcy, thnt. the tlmo de
fendants would hnve In which to pro
cure the snld loan of $.'000 should be
limited to one )enr from tho date 01
said agreement, when upon defendants
forwarded n letter to plaintiff on Fou-
mar) 2Ut a copy whereof Is hereto
attached, marked "D."
"It beln',- understood by the parties
that If dffendants should full to pro
cure said lonn by the end of n )ear tho
plulntlff should repay tho money nd
vanced to him h) defendants as hero
luahovo alleged, nud that defendant
i rmtif 41i.n roiini ai In ttlnln t Iff (tin
property conve)ed to defendants b)
"Thnt all allegations In said petition
not lit rein specifically nnsueied aro
hereby denied "
KxpoKiirc to Wi I, dampnf sh nnd cold
luvnrlabl) results lu a sudden chill
which If not attended to Immediately
will tnuso a cold lly mixing a tcit-
Bpoiuiful of Perry Davis" 1'AIN-ICII.I.-HIl
In half n glass of warm water 01
milk, tho whole s)stem will bo hea'ed
nnd tho danger of cold avoided Avoid
substitutes, there Is but nun IMIn-KUl
tr, Perry Davis' Price 25c, nnd uOc.
Tho weekly edition of tho Evening,
nulletln gives a complete summary it
tho nows of the day.
LOTS WILL BE SHOWN UPON APPLICATION TO THE
f-4 no u r-i Pa pji P-a ru Pa Pa "m M
SAY IT ill III
BUSINESS MEN PRAISE
J. P. Cooke Testifies to the Business
Value of this Mode of Com
munication the Past
"Tho proof of tho pudding h In the
eating." nnd the success of wlrolcvs
telegraph) In the Hawaiian Islands is
in the testimony of the business men
who utilize It. Tho possibilities of
wireless telegraphy as an Instrument
of aid to the commercial Interests of
this ami other Island cities, has been
apparent In the abstract nil tho tlmo.
The stor) of the numerous messjgen
vent during tho week past brings tho
possibilities home to tho most doubt
ing mind In the cnucreteat form
J 1. Cooke of the firm of Alexander
. Ilaldwln slid to a Ilulletln reporter
)estcrda) 'We havo found tho wire
less telegraph" very useful Indeed. Wo
hail been ver) anxious to know about
how the steamer, American, at Kahu
lul was getting along, taking on cargo
It was Important that wo should know
whether sho was loaded or not. Two
da)H ago wo exchunged measugts by
wireless telegraphy with Kuhulul and
learned that our boat was partly load
ed but on account of rough water had
put to sea. It was also wired to us
that she would complete loadlnir as
soon is the storm abated.
"Wo havo also used tho wlieless
telegnph several timet this week for
plantation orders and find that tho
B)stem worls very clearly nnd accu
"It will prov6 ver) vuliiahlo to us
In keeplnif track of our shipping at
Kahulul We aro very much pleased
with tho servlco wo bnn received so
fai It Ins worker In fine shape"
I! I Baldwin hid nn enthusiastic
congiatul.ttion for tho wireless tele
graph "I hnve found It useful to ni)
self today," snld Mr Ilaldwln " I was
tblo to notify my pcoplo on Maul of my
Intention to start homo this evening."
Pit KnlnrlcH to Men.
It Is moro difficult to stcuro the ser
vices of men to fit specific alartr than
to ndjust n salary to tho worth of ono'a
ten lu 8 Foi this reason I would
not favor adopting specific salaries for
in ii i e than aio asked for on tho requi
sition list, Surve)or Gonerul's He
port. 4 I
Drop In to tho St. Germain.
Mocadcmlzed Boulevards, Graded Streets, 20-foot Alleys.
FIRST SALE OF LOTS
atiuirday, March 3
N P-b ps to Pa to "-a to Pa Pa to to to Pa
Piled for record March g, loot
J Kaiiahui It t DKtilahui D
Lau Yin et al Adms Ho.l Yune A L
JMKuuahlk3ua& wf Wong Kvval M
I. Kaalmai u ,r At
HASvanzy& vvf Hamakui.vMIICoLtd L)
Instruments filed for record March 8, 1901.
I"lrtt Party becond Party Class.
Kihle J Sun D
near, Lansing & Co. A Perry U
It C Walker A Perry U
Kanll et al L L McCindless U
Nthulna et al " " D
E At RlcharJ and lb. L L McCandless U
W C Weedon and vvf. WWolters Cor
C S Uesky et al W Welters D
rLIIKUAHY i, 1901, M rttnanJtl anj wlldo
W O STltri M I. Sit 1901. Lot a RIW 4 k'almukl
Tract, Honolulu Oatiu Stvt 1 yr f 8 rt cen
Hook t race 9.
W AulJ anJ vlf to K Ultr'l'. LI If Uau IVc 1
iquu, ror R P itio, Palatna, Honolulu Oahu ft 00
tr an Hook aia rant Ija.
A I r & Co 1 1 II Watrrh ut 8t Co, L, Teti I, loot,
l lani Ahuakfkolc WallukuMaul I noi Butchrr-lni-
rT"l,ls1 Markrl St, Walluku Maul a )T
frtm Feb i, 1901 ft fjp rr wo Hook tiqrCeiS,
W H CaMI to W Miller, Hal l.t-n i,)i pclanJ,
Scaie Honolulu Oahu $1000 tio k 10 paga f T
lEtmiMKY it ,1,11 M V Catltr to Win;
Ctuni- WalC, AKtmt to JKcontlnuv suit anj con
lltiuTlion of leatt ol lani Makao ft Kaluanul
Koolauloa Oahu. floi.k atf pa. t)T
Chan Yuune at al to I Wallvoitrl CM, Tab
tn IrHMrhoU & bultjlngt, IlrratanU St. Honolulu
Oahu $1650 1 ar t l per irnt Hook jai page 66
C W Pooth to Qu in: tick VVal Co, L, Tab 1, ir
K P ti4 por H V U6 H P ). ( .. , ,
k I' Ttt R l,,1AP,RpJM"""l,lun"u",
iCiy 1 pc lanj fit water right. Oahu.
Iltok at9 pa.t isi.
A I) Thompson anJ wile toC Notlty cr. M, por
Lot 4s Proipcct St, Honolulu Oahu J ajoo 1 yt ara
OS percent Pock aiopare )a.
Kalolaiae to C W Booth, D, Teb ao, 1901, Int In
Grant 1139 Wallua & Kanaet Kilo, Hawaii Joo
Llook aia page e
M Keokl anJ hutbanl toCWDoolh D, Feb a;,
toi por Kul hit Pauot Valley, Hon. lulu Oahu.
Iicoo Rook iti page 6.
A McWayne to A E Tlumpaon. t) Feb ao, ivot
por lot aOit'rotpect St 'Honolulu Oahu Ijioo
llook air page ,66,
Olit Sug Co ItJ to R Maton, Ex II, Nov 10 1000,
por Lou 14 ot t, Olaa Puna, Hawaii St,w
Hoik aia page a8
I Makaalu to C VV flood, D lebil 1901s Int In
R P , Apua Hanukua Hawaii llook aaipage at
WILL TBV AU l'OMOltlLES.
Tho nowsptpers of the city havo
been Invited to eeud representatives to
tho uutomobllo stables this itttcrntion
at 2.30 0 clock to bo on hand or the
"trial trip" of tho automobiles about
thu city There Is no doubt tint thtro
will he u large turnout of the news
ARE YOU DEAF??
I.ftrjr kttil ot Unfm. anJ illfllrult limr
tncuftti In 11 rl dr our tiLr intcntloni unit
b ititvlnif 9tn born hb( re tncurnWa ul
11 ilirrirraitjMi (Hire, hend prtlcuiam ttMiu.
ttrcHa a nil tfttlon nnil ikJIcb fl re. Kvtry
im" "nn cum b ruwl( u h own liutuo at for;
OIR. DALTON'S AURAL CLINIC,
m- LaalleAvinut, CUIOVUO, ILL. t'.ti.A.
The magnificent residence suburb of
above Rocky Hill, adjoining Manoa Road
Superb residence lots 100x1 SO
and 200, at surprisingly low
$800 tO $2500.
to to p-a Pa to to to Pa Pa p-a to to fe
?ceanio Steamship Company.
The steamers of this lino will arrlvo
FitOM SAN FIIANC1SCO.
SIi:ilItA Mch. 12
MAllH'OSA Mch. 23
SONOMA Apr. 2
MAIUPOSA Apr. 13
VKNTUKA Apr. 23
MAIUPOSA May 4
SinitltA May IS
MAIUPOSA May 25
SONOMA Juno 4
Id connection with the sailing of
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 Kewr
York by any steamship line to all European porta.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited,
GENERAL AOENTS OCEANIC 8. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
ecUental and Oriental Steamship Co, t Toyo Klsen Kaislii
... Bittaon of lb stor coaptniw will cttl t Honolulu ad4 Uiv tbli port oa r aboil aw ,....
For Japan and China:
... March ta
Pee teoeeal InronaaiOB Bply to
H. HacKfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents.
- MaWM.. aM laaaa M MW.. a I
ifladian - Australian Royal
rit-M3ri ol lb, above Una moaloe In connect!,
.1.0 Varcoivu. I C.anJ Sylriey, N. S. W . ar4
111)1' Vr IKiMiLULII onoraVoott
FROM VNCvJliVSn AND VICTORIA. B. C.
t loeot ao1 Sydney 1
,. Mar 16
. . . Arrll 1 1
... May 11
WTii-ieh kkiti tiv'jiJ trtio Honololu taCaoada Ualta4 3ltta aol Europa For halcM aaC
otiait act al raral lalofnatloQ apply to
Theo. H.DavleeS'CoMLtd., Gen'lAAentg.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YOI1K, PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
S. S CALIFORNIAN, 6,000 tons, to iall early In April
s.. S OREGONIAN. 6,000 tons, to sail
S S AWEUICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail
b.S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail
Freight receleJ at comranv's wharf. 4jJ Street, South Brooklln.at all timcv
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB, -
General Freight Agent. 5 HACKFELD & CO., LTD
to Pa Pa Pi Pa to Pa to to ru tor
and leavo this port as hereunder:
FOIl SAN FRANCISCO.
MAIUPOSA Mch. C
SONOMA Mch. IS
MAIUPOSA Mch. ST
VKNTUItA Apr. 2
MAIUPOSA Apr. If
SIimitA Apr. 3
SONOMA May H
the above steamers the agents ire pre
For San Francisco:
City of Peklnc MniiB
llontkoof Maru...... , Maadanl
Mail Steamship Company.
tmlthtba CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWArcO.
r. ara canine ai victoria. 1
t Ue datea tllov itatat vta I
talllo. at Victoria. C. C , Honolulu ul Brt.b
FROM SYDNEY AND BHISBANB
I or Victoria an 4 Vancouvar (B. C).
A 'villi ,t. April
Wa moo.) May t
Mlowtra Juaa j
v4j.. aauKru jww
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