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Oceanic Steamship Company
Tfce steamers of thli line will arrive and leave thti port as hereunder:
PROM SAN FIUNCIBOO.
SIEtUlA Mcb. 12
MAU1P03A Mch. 23
SONOMA Apr. 2
MAMFOSA Apr. 13
VENTURA n.t.Apr. 23
MARIPOSA '.'.Mar 4
SIERRA Mar IS
MARIPOSA v.. .May 25
SONOMA iV.'...;June 4
In connection with the salting of
fared to Issue, to Intending pauengsrs, coupon through tickets by any rait
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. B. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
OecldDtal ani Oriental Steamship Co, j To;o Kisen Kalstta
....... aieaeMte el teieracopAiie will cell alHoaolola eJ leave tale ort oa at atea! fie
....( below raeetloaett....
For Japan and China:
Cortle March n
Anerlca Mara March
Fo lateral lalorauTloa tp'jr ' -
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents.
StrSleanere ol Ire ekore line, ronclnc Is COMecttoa with the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO
mm Vancouver. R. C. and Srdcev. N.43W.. and calling at Victoria. C. C, Honolulu ao4 Brlieaa
a nVK AT HONOLULU on or about tte
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, B. C.
rer Krlibaoe and Sydney I
.. Arrll ij
Anrnl Mav If
Tbroorb tcketa la.ued from Honotolu to Canada, United Slatae and Europe
oerel Information, apply to
Theo. H. DavicB &
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK. PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
S. S CALIFORNIAN. G.cootons, to sill early In April
.S OREGONI AN. 6,ooo tons, tosall
S S AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, tosall
S. S. HAWAIIAN, 6.000 tons, to sail
Freight received at company's wharf. 42J Street, South Hrooklln, at all times.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. H ACK FELD & 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.,
1472 Omaha. Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Oq.
Mill I 50
Pearl City .H
Honolulu )! !
Y, C. Smith, flon'l Pass,
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
doners! Manager ol
Tb BqultabU Life issuance Sooi-
0 Um anlted Btates tot ths IfowalU
Onuwi Merchant streat. Ho
l - -
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
SONOMA Mch. 12
MARIPOSA, Mch. 27
VENTURA Apr. 2
MARIPOSA Apr. 17
SIERRA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 8
SONOMA ,...,.. ..May 14
MARIPOSA May 29
VENTURA June 4
the above steamers the agents ire pre-
For San Francisco:
Gaelic March 16
Hongkong Maru March a
dalea below ttatea via l
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria and Vaacoover (B. C.)i
. May S
. Jure i
For ft.tfM. ani
Crf., Ltd., Gen'l Agents.
Beer and line Dealers.
HAS A FINE LINE OF
Wines. Liquors, Btc,
rOR SALE BY THE GLASS OR BOTTLE
J. K. Mereeberg.
IXrOBTKBB, AND W UOLIB ALB
Wine anil Lipr Dealers.
Acaate lor tba Bottled Rainier Beet ol Beanie.
No, IB NrjUAttu Htiikbt
Foetar Block. Honolulu, Hawaiian Iiuids.
P. O. Boa 1 it. Mutual Telephone poS.
SODA WATER CO.. Ltd.
Comer 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 a spacious and 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 vou 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 goint;
fast, but there's more com-
Ing every month.
L. H. DEE, Prop.
EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU.
Says They Could Do
Work if They Smok
VACCINATION AND RESULTS
DISCUSSED BY MEMBERS
Dickey and Wise in a Tilt Over
Dole Asks for
The House met for the Monday af
ternoon session at 1:30 o'clock.
House bill No. C, entitled "An Act Io
repeal sections 13T8, 13SC, 13S7, 13Sii
and 13S9 of tho Civil Code, relating In
the salo of real estate In this Tcrritor)
hy foreign guardians" passed Its third
reading by unanimous vote.
House bill No. 10 relating to "An Act
to amend section 30 of chapter S7 of the
Session Lnw-B of 1892" calling for three
Circuit Court Judges, was up for third
reading. It was most vigorously it
tacked by Knnlho and, upon a oto lin
ing taken, It passed by n vote of 1G tu
Knnlho, from first to last, opposed
the bill, by stating that tho revenue) at
tho Territory wcro Insulllclcnt to pay
the salary of n third Judge. Ho called
attention to the material reduction In
tho revenues of the Islands by a rortnt
ruling at Washington nnd clnlmcd that
the prcscut Judges eo'ild do the work
provided they would not tnko up m
much time In smoking clsnr.i
Hnuse 1)111 No. 9 "An Act to repeal
sections 922. 92.". and tho second par
graph of section 921, part G, chapter
Pi9 of the I'enal Laws nn compiled In
1897, relating to vacclnntlon," enmo up
for second reading.
Ilwnllko moved that the committee
report on tho bill bo read before It bo
passed to its second reading. Ilwallkn
moved to adopt the report of the com
mittee. Makckau stated that ho would
tike to have the author of tho bill ex
plain some matters ns ho was itcslrouw
of being enlightened on the question of
vaccination, He wanted two separalo
conditions embodied In tho bill one
for those who desired their children
vaccinated and ono for tho3o who dl!
not want them subjected to tho Inocu
lation of virus.
Knnlho, who was responsible for tha
bill, made a few statements, as to wh;
bo presented the bill.
Erameliith presented nn article
published In the New York Sun rclntlvo
to compulsory vaccination, In which It
was declared that more deaths occurred
from vacclnntlon than from small po.
and stated that the local authorities In
various localities should not mako tin
subject of vaccination a compulsory
Knnlho again took the floor as au
thor or tho bill and stated that In tba
past tho Hoard of Health could line pa
rents flvo dollars for not having their
children vaccinated but under his bill
nil this was done nwny with.
Mahoe, after listening to the dis
cussion, recommended that tho bll
pass. Dickey wanted tho members It.
weigh tho bill thoroughly beforo votliiR
on It. Ho moved to havo It referred to
tho Judiciary Committee to look up the
law moro carefully.
Makckau stated that vaccination dur
ing plague times did no good aud
claimed that a number of children lc
Walluku hail died from tbo direct ro
suits of vaccination.
Ilcfcrenco was made by some of thi.
members to Ilallou's Civil Laws, on the
subject of ncclnntlon. Dickey did not
want n bad law passed Ilnbcrtson then
defined tho codo of law passed by tho
Legislature, and the compilation of
nation, which he claimed was simply
a compendium of Hawaiian laws for
handy reference. Dickey nnd Wise, tho
Interpreter, had n slight argument over
the question of Interpretation.
Upon motion, tho bill passed Its sec
ond reading nnd was ordcrtd type
written nnd mndo the order of tho diy
Makekau moved tho suspension uf
tbn rules to Introduce his Independent
County bill, notlco of which had boon
given. The usual course was adopted.
Tho rules were again suspended and
Makekau. presented tho following rcs
lie It Resolved, by tho House of Hep
rcsontntlvcs, tho Sennto concurring,
That n special commlttco of flvo mem
bers shall be appointed by the Speaker
of this Houso to Join such cummlttM
as may bo appointed on the part of
the Scnato to consider tho hill now In
troduied, and such others that maf
hurraflcr be Intiodticed, providing ful
county or municipal government, nnd
th.it nil such bills shall on Introduction
bn referred to such committee wllh
power to Invito any persons they nny
deem best to advise with and assist the
committee In drafting or perfecting
hills covering tho subject matter ot
his resolution, nnd that tho commutes
rtiViYfVi'iViViViVrV j c u ro
:e MAGIC : headaches
'. WAFERS i breakfast.
.W.'.W.'.'.'.V.W.1) 10 "ate all drUKKl'la.
H. T., TUESDAY, MARCH 12. 1901.
be Instructed and directed to report
upon any matters submitted for their
consideration within ten days after
tamo have been so submitted,
I ji uiis Biiigc oi prutt'i'iiiugK, liicnry
and noberlson crossed swords on A
Ipolnt'bf order, relative to the printing
or tne uouniy uui, ami tne cnnnginf
ct the wording of the resolution.
Ths chair ruled that there were onlf
tno motions to be considered to com
mlt or order the snmc printed.
Hohert8on moved that the bill b
printed. This was the only corrct
notion before the House. Kmnieliitlt
Stated that he thought the hill shou'J
be carried along nt the smallest pc
pense possible, claiming that. In som'
respetts It would have to be changed.
Robertson wanted the bill printed
so that n copy could be placed In th"
hands of each member of tho House
Ho did not favor placing It In the bands
of the committee beforo the Houso wo
furnished with Its contents.
Acting upon the nihlce of tho Chair,
Makekau withdrew his resolution
when the hill was ordered printed
House bill No. 1G, relating to the
criminal Jurisdiction of District Magis
trates and amending section 1 of Art
10 of the I.nws of 1896. and section t
of chapter ".7 of tho liws of 1892. was
read by title for tho first time. Re
ferred to the Judiciary Commit!
Houso bill No. 17, relating to prn;
tlco In criminal cases and amending
sections 1, 2 3 and 4 of chapter 40 nt
the Session Laws of 1S9G, was read bt
tltlo nnd referred to the Judiciary Com
mittee. House bill No. 18, "An Act to amen.)
section 2 of chnpter 1 of the I'enal
Code, defining felonies and misdemean
ors," was read by tltlo and referred to
the Judiciary Committee.
House bill No. 19, relating to the sa'
of alcohol, was referred to tho Judl
House bill No, 22. "providing tint
eight hours shall constitute n legal
dny's work," was read second time nnd
referred to the Judiciary Committee.
House bill No. 24, "empowering dis
trict magistrates to Issue commission
to take testimony," was rend for tlu1
second time, and referred to the Judl
Houso bill No. 25, "providing f"r
Judgments by defnult In suits upon con
tracts before district magistrates," w.u
read second time by tltlo and referred
to the Judiciary Committee
House bill No. 2G, "to repcnl section
I of chapter 5G of tho I'enal Code ot
1SG9, and chapter 3G of the Sess'on
Laws of ISf'f. relating to the desertion
of husband or wife," was read for first
tlmo by title, nnd referred to Commit
tee on Mlsccllanciis petitions.
Houso bill No. 27 "relating to tho
abolishing of personal taxes," was rea I
second time, nnd referred to the Joint
Commlttco on Taxation.
There being no more bills, the Chair
asked some member to move a suspen
sion ot rules In order to allow tho In
troduction ot some communications un
der the head of departments. He then.
presented Bnmo answers to questlono
propounded to the Superintendent of
Public Works, ns follow
"I beg to mako tho following reply:
"1. Tho appropriation of 300 for the
extension of the wharf nt Keaiihou.
North Konn, Haw-all, was not enough
to complete the work estimated by till?
"2. Tho money was never drawn
from tho Treasury Department.
'The second communication In re
gard to the questions submitted by tho
House on tho 9th Inst.. 'In the session
of 98. It was Inserted In the appropria
tion hill (1) nn Item of $800 to length
en the wharf at Hookena, and (2) an
Rem of $200 for a warehouse nt Hoo
kena. Why was not the work accom
plished?' I beg to mako the fn"onlng
reply: (1) Tho appropriation fo. the
Hookena wharf was $800, t'i" following
expenditure wo.i msdo In this appro
priation: $H4, Ifiivini a balance of
GM; this balance was fnn d, after rt
careful estlmats ol tho worl. to be done,
Insufficient .o ri-iplcte tin nam
"The nn.uuT'Mlon of $M) for a
whnrf-ahol wna, i ot pending the com
pletion -if such extension."
Howrnir Dolo sent n c:initi:inlcatlcii
asking adVhc ro ifvo to dltter-rit mai
lers In :!.' Hn-.iio stating tlu: the
questions desired by the tnemUrs
would lie nnivuru. ns promptly as pns
Bible, consistent with the demands
mndo upon him with tho wnrh of his
Hwallko then made a motion to nd
Journ, which cnrrlcd.
SENATE PASSED BILLS
When tbo Sennto enmo together yes
terday afternoon, tho members went to
work again on tho rules, making
changes In two or three places In order
t nhavo them fn thehrdlucJ-lgSww .
to have theao In the hands of the prim
er beforo tho copies of tho Sennto rule'
should bo printed.
An attempt was mado by tho nnjorlty
to linvo the sum of $1.1,000 changed to
$35,000 when Houso bill No. 1 came up
for third reading, but the majority had
already mado up Its mind and. althoiipt-
thero was much talk, the motion mni's
by ono of tho minority, was lost.
Sennto bills Nos. 1, 2, 21 and 23, wr
read the second tlmo on tho order of
tho day and referred to different com
mittees, Under suspension of rule.
Senate bills Nos. 3, 20 nnd 27 wero ills
posed of In tho same mannor.
Under suspension of rules, Mr.
Crnbbo read n bill relating to tho grcut
seal of tho Territory of Hawaii, notice
of which he hud already given.
Tho Senate adjourned nt 3:50 o'clock.
Nicely furnished rooms at the Pop
ular Houso, 154 Fort street, from $1,00
per week up.
Instruments fileJ for rccorJ March 12, loot
First Party SeconJ Party Class
P M Kaluna & t f J D Uwekoolanl I)
K Kuhla S Killlnol D
S Kelllnol &"wf Miul K ft Mr. Co D
C W Hcoth Wing Sing Y'n Co D
S W Kwewehl el al Supt Pld Wotks D
I R Mali In-plne et al II P llaldu In I)
II Kalelelki A J I'rnclra I.
Instruments filed for record Mar. tt, toot
l-"lr,t Party Second Party Class
M Pedro K Kahulanul U
Kekal et al M V Holmes M
Wa Kee S Oiakl L
Kaplol.ini Estate P Lenlte L
J Vlelra L. Kekahlko 0
L Kekahlko D Keola et al D
WeiFuaetal Lee Pun, Tr I J
A Harden and hsb Union Feed Co Ltd D
I. Kalelkau Ah Yee L
I'll Hazel HGJunkln D
T II Hazel H U Junkin U
RECORDED MAR 2, (got.
M Malmoku and husbind to Wong
Chee. A L, Mar I, tool; leasehold; Hotel
St, Honolulu, Oahu. fl.oo. Uook 219
E Gibson and husbind to Western &
llaw'n Inv Co Ltd, M, Feb 20, iqoi; Lot
28 and per lot 29, Pawaa Tract, Honolu u,
O.ihu. $4000 1 vr at 8 per cent. Book
220 page 37.
MARCH a. iqoi. Kaliluhl to Ye Sing,
1 , July 27, loso; 10 taro patches, Knhoma
Gulch, Lahalni, Maui. C yrsfrom Mar 1,
1000 t 56o. Book 219 page 162.
Mrs J L Rlchardon to P Kumalae, Rel,
por R P 2976 Htlepum Hllo, Hawaii.
Sjoo, Book 1 79 page 222,
M A Richtey and husband to A Zim
merman, M, Feb 5, loot-pur Lot I Blk 3,
Riverside Park, Hllo, Hawaii. i20o.
Hook 219 page 173.
S II llulllire and wife to P S Lyman,
M, F'b 23, 1001; pc land, Walakea, Hllo,
Hawaii. 5)oo. Book 220 page 47.
Kijlhelanl (0 Onoirea Sug Co, M, Jan
21, 1001; ! I 3220, Pnueopaku, Hllo,
Hawaii. 1800 5 itirs a 10 per cent.
Book 220 page j8.
F de Farla ind w Ife to Port Mut Benefit
Sue v, M, Mar 4, 1931: pc land. Kallu,
Honolulu, Oiliu. 51000 3 yr at 9 per
cent. Book 221 pigs 72.
A V Roe to llul Hiokuonoono. bv
Sec'y, A M, Mtg Hove on 2 pes land
-liurJi bt, llllo, Hawaii. 54SS. Book
220 page 4O.
M (J MenJonca and wife to J d s
S iito, l, Feb 26, ii3l:4 icres of hnj,
I: KaupaKului, li uinkualoi, .Maul. 57 o
7 jears at 5 pericnt Book 221 page 74
j des Sintns slid w Ife to A M Cal Jelra,
D, I'eb 21, 19 i: share In llul. Land of
Ulumalu, Hamakiuloa, Maul 5150. liuok
217 page 371.
J dos Santos and wife to M G Men-
donca, U, Feb :6, 1901: 4 aires land, E
kaupakulua. Hamikualoa. Maul. 5:oo
Book 217 pate 371.
J M Gonsalves to J F da Cimbri. I).
Feb 28, 1901: pit land, rlilku-uka, Maka
vvao, Maul. feco. Book 217 pge 37:.
M J GorsaKvs to Lum Leong, L, a
28, 1901; K P279HKUI 3721 B WalkiKi,
Honolulu, Oihu, yrsfrom Jan t, 1901,
at 52000. Book 219 page 165.
Kaplul.uii Estate Ltd, to Lllluokalanl,
Life I ease, Jan 31. iqoi; lot F, Walklkl
Roal, Honolulu, Oahu. For Life from
dited at 5i per an. Book 219 p g: 163.
Kallua to MI-.S K J Hale, U, 1 cb 19,
looij 'j of piece land Kunavval, Honolulu,
U.iliu. J 5. book 20, page 39,
M da C Plmental to M do Rego, D. Feb
(., 1901; lot I-, in I'.t o, ituxuau 2nj, lino,
Hawaii, Jjoo. Book 216, page 444.
J II Koanl Jr and vv ife to II M Castro,
D, Int. In Estate M C.stro, Klala.
Koolau, Kauai, f loo. Uojk 222 page 37.
KAnwraetal toChauClieong, L, Jan 3,
1000; apana 2. R P 4245. Kailhl, Honol'lu,
Oahu. 10 years f Mm Jan 1, 1902 at 30.
Book 219, pige 1 bo.
F S l.vman to C Bosr, A M, Feb 28,
iijoii Mtg, Wiindcnberg on (por grant 177,
Pawaa, Honolulu, Oahu. $16,920.7;.
Book 204, page 3G2;
K Harbotlle and husband to A M Brown
D, Feb 2S, loot; por apana 3, R P 5943.
Kul8o23,wallKI, Honolulu, Oahu. 51000,
Hook 222, page 38,
P Lovell and husband to II M Castro,
D, Int. In Etate Al Cistro, Leneull,
Kauil. 5100. mojk 21b, pige 445.
W.LRose and wife to A W Rose. Al.
Aug7, 1899; 2 pieces lind Church btreet,
llllo, haw-ail. J455, 1 year at 10 per cent
Book 220, page 43.
Uookcd to 811II.
Tbo following passengers sail for
Han Francisco on mo Sonoma today:
r. W. (lladu, wife and four children,
C. A. Brown and wife, Miss Sturgeon,
1). M. Collins. O. I,. IMwards and par
ty of four, S. 11, Cannell and wife, Mrs.
I,. II. Burns. E. I). Hull. Itov. I)r Chap
man and wife, Mrs C. I. Lewis, Miss U.
Holland, James (1 Alien and wifo, ,drs.
Daniels nnd maid. Miss M. Q. Marsh,
.Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Brown, H. Y.
Burns, C W Cnttnn and wife, fleorgo'
Tinvcnly, Daniel Smiley, A. K. Knlscr,
V. II. Davles nnd wife, v i:. Hampton
and wife, J, W, Van Bergen, W, S.
Oooilfcllow nnd wlfo, K. D. Page, V J.
Devlin, II. i:. Hull and wife, Mrs II.
A. llostwlck. Airs. J. Hnwes, Mr. Ste
vens, Miss Al. Dyer, W. Wnteriiouse,
Samuel Sussmnn, It. S, Mooro, 0. S.
Dc-arbon and family, Miss Stowe, Miss
Crooker. C, Knlser, Prof Sterling,
Miss Orlggs, P.Schneider. K. 11. Porter,
Wm. Corey nnd wlfo, Hiram Corey,
Mrs. O. II. Illzfnrd 0, W Mecer nnd
wife. Mrs. S I). Mecer, Miss Mecer.
Mrs. Voegtley. Miss Voegtlcy, Mr. J.
J., Mrs. nisenbels. S. T. Borrey, J. II.
Smith. Mrs. W C Henil. Col. I. btone,
J, D. McKensle, T, Al. Ferguson, J. II
Bullock, Miss Ackerman, .Mrs. f 1..
Miner nnd dnughter. Miss I'rancoa Me.
Tlghe, O. W. Reynolds, James (Hemic,
M. I.. Vlnlcn. I r Kohnko I) Law.
rence, A. S. Tilbble. airs AInn-liousn,
A Hod, ng. O II Wenner. H II. 8co-
vol, J Campbell, IJ. Illdredgo nnd
wlfo, W. II. Davis, I. J Ilnrry. Mr II
Wlmifbiiig, A li Young P. II. I'oln
dexter. Charles Stoltz B I.. Ilovo.
C. C Bush and wife. C C. Inmin.
MrK Hpi.w-, Vopv I I.
Walluku, March !. Mrs. John r.niT.-n
of Kahiilul who gave blrlh to n hili,'
hoy weighing ll'i pounds about a week
ago. Is now- llng In a very prciarlom
condition nt their Kuhuliil home Dr.
Weddlck Is intending iihslchui and hn
has hopes that sho mny pull through.
It Itetiulrcs Nerve to stand the strnin
of nervous neuralgia, plans In tho face,
head or nny portion of thu hotly Theso
pains nre quickly stopped bv tho us"
of PnilllY DAVIS' I'AIN-KH.I.HIt
Iho relief Is Immediate and lasting Do
not suffer a moment longer but use tho
Paln-KIIIer as directed. Avoid substi
tutes, theio Is but one Paln-KIIIer, Per
ry Davis', Prlco 25c. and 60c.
itaTfc . BTOMACH &
A Healthy Stomach
makes pure blood, vigorous nerves-a strong
body. Hosteller's Stomach Bitters
strengthens weak stomachs. An occasional
dose will keep the bowels active. Taken
regularly, it will cure Indigestion, coiutl
pitlon, dyspepsia, bilious .ess, Inactive
liver or kidneys, malaria fever anJ ague.
It will cure you. See that a Prlvute
Revenue Stump covers the neck of the
It has no
Mcllrydc Sugar Company, Ltd.
The Annual Meeting of the McBrvJe
Sugar Company, Ltd., will be held In the
office of the Chamber of Commerce at 10
a. m. on FRIDAY, MAKCII 22nd.
The stock transfet books will be closed
between the 7th and 22nd Inst
UbUKUb I-. UAVIbS,
Stockholders ;ire hereby notified that ths
Foufth Assessment of 5 per cent or two nd
ane-half dollars per .nare on the Capital
Stock of THh INTER ISLAND Thin
1RAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payabls
July 1st, at the office of the undersigned.
Ill Fort street. J. II. FISHER.
Vctg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co
Hnnnlulu. hint t. tooo uto
On and After the 2nd of March
messages In plain hnguage will be accept
ed 101 transmission between tne
places mentloneJ below :
Kn Lnnu, Molokni
M.um.ilci, I. anal; And
The charge for suli messages will be at
the rate of 20 cents rer word of 1 5 letters,
minimum charge 1 2, until further notice.
When telephone connections are avail
able messiges may be handed to the tele
phone company to be forwarded to desti
nations other than those mentioned above.
In eth-r cases special messengers may
be employe 1.
Die cost of special delivery 's not In
cluded In the charge at 20 cents per worJ.
If the cost is known It must lie paid ty
tlie sender when the message Is handed In.
If unknown, It must be paid by the aJ
dresee w hen (he messige Is delivered.
Honolulu Office, Magoon Block.
Notice to Trespassers.
The two men who drove Into my yard
last Saturday night at half past eleven
o'clock, and alighted at the front steps of
the houe from hack number 235, driven
by a Chinaman, and will walked around
the houoe and through the back fence to
their own home, leaving the hackmin
standing where they got out of the hack
without paying their fare, are hereby
warned not to trespass on my premises In
future. If Ihev do, they will be considered
as trespassers am treated as such.
Nctice is now given to an persons oc
cupying cottages adjoining my property.
tnat tne sam premises cannot Deuea lor
a thoroughfare to reach Nuuanu Avenue,
and they are hereb warn'd not to do so.
1785-it JAMES W. ROBERTSON.
iVhen You Waqts a Iig
RING TJP THE. .
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
,.618 KOllT HTKKITT.
Stable- 'Phone, 477
Hack Und 'Phones, Mil aud 71..
O. H UKI.UNA.
Drays for Freight
Our repreentatlve meets all Incoming
learners from the Coist and we check
Mggage 011 all outgoing steamers.
tYblte and Black Sand For Salt
Office with Evening Bulletin. 21? Klny
itrtet. I el. sc.
J. LARSEH, M'ff.
A NEW LINE JU3T RECEIVED.
Gold Filled Spectacle Frames
Just the thing for this climate.
H. G. BIART,
JEWELER. loto PORT ST.
Art Embroidery Taufiht.
Lessons In ART EMBROIDERY nlU
o given by Mrs. II. II, Williams at the
City Furniture Store, Fort atrtt.
First Class stamping dons.
mis. II, II. WIXdvIAMX.
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