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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T THUIISDAY, MARCH 14, 1901.
Oceanic Steamship Company.
Tke steamers of this Una will awrfre
K FEOM SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA Mch. 23
SONOMA Apr. 2
MARIPOSA Apr. IS
VENTURA i. Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 4
iiBIERUA May IB
MARIPOSA May 25
SONOMA June 4
In connection with the tailing ot the above steamers the agenta ire 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
Xork by any steamship line to all European porta.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. 6. Irwin & Co., Limited
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 8. B. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occldeotal and Oriental Steamship Co. 0 Toyo Klsen Kaisba
....... luaamaol tat aaora coarpaata. will oil it Honolulu aal laava tala port oa ar aaaat rto
For Japan and China:
Aaurlca Mini Marcti it
For itaaral taforaaJon tply a
x H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd,, Agents,
ian - Australi
aarSUaaara ol Mia aeora Una, ruelloa cooaactlan with tha CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO
nnai Vaacounr. B. C. and Srdna. N. S. W . aad calllux at Victoria. C. C Hcaolulu and Biiib.n.
. DUB .IT UOMiLI'Li; on or about tha Jalal talow aland rial
FROM VANCOIIVFK AND VICTORIA, D. C.
Par Brtiaana and iyiliyi
Warrlmoo Mar 10
Mloocra April I)
Aoranzl May It
awTTaroatb Ickata taauad from Honolulu to Canada. Ualttd Stataa aad Eoropa. For Fralrb! acd
f aaaaia aad al naral lafornatlon, apptr 10
Theo. H. Da vies & Co., Ltd., GcnM Aents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
v NEW YORK. PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
S.S CALIFOR.NIAN. 6,ooo tons, to sail early In April
S..S OREGONIAN. Coootons, tosall
' S S AMERICAN. 6,000 tons, tosall
Si. S. HAWAIIAN, 6.000 tons, tosall
Freight received at company's wharf. J 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 Bsiber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
, Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
11) 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.
R. & L. Go.
01. Sua. Dally Dally
A.M. P.M. P.M.
11:01 J. H 1:10
11140 irr i:j
ia.00 4.0s 6110
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A.M. VM. P.M.
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In Mill s:o
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V, C. Sunn, Gon'l Pans. A Ticket
O, V. Dimwii Nniwirlntniulont
WTTder's" Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
taantral Manager ot
Tk IqoJUble Lift Assntuct Socfr
0' tba United BUtesfot tha Hawaii'
OfiUHi aUrehant stiMt. Bo
naAit. .....frujSftjg- I. J. :. '''-HaAi
and leave thla port hereunder:
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA Mcb. 27
VENTURA Apr. 2
MARIPOSA Apr1. IT
StEHllA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 8
SONOMA ' May 14
MARIPOSA May 29
VENTURA June 4
For San Francisco:
Caclic 1 Match it
Hongkong Maru March a
For Vlctcrla aed Vaocourar III. C);
Aom-ijI , Arrll
wa moj ,
Bear and Wins Dealers.
HAS A FINE LINE OF
Wines, Liquors, Btc.
FOR SALE DY THE GLASS OR BOTTLE
J. K. MerBtberg.
IMPOBTKBR, AMD WnOllSiLI
Vine and- Liunor Dealers
AtMll lor tho Bottlad Kalalor Hoar of saattla
NO. 19 NUCAMO STBKR
Foatar Block. Honolulu, Hawaiian liuaoi
P. O. Boa m. Mutgal Talapboaa aol.
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 a spacious aru airy
bar room are just a tew
of th: attractions.
J. H. McDonoueh l 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.
g g q p 3Kilfe.
IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE
It has'nt come to stay j it's goinij
fast, but there's more com-
ing every month.
L. II. DEE, Prop.
an Royal Kail Steamship Company.
itomi&&Afryif k, ,.1 jtetLx-ifoi. JL
Washington, March 4. Presi
dent McKlnlcy'a inaugural address
was as follows:
My Fellow Citizens: When wo as
sembled hero on. iho W of March,
18D7, thero wns great anxiety with
regard to eurocurrency and credit.
None exists now. Then our Treasury
rccclptswcro Inadequate to meet tho
currents-obligations of the Govern
ment. Now they aro sufficient for all
public neons,, and wo have, a surplus
instead of n deficit. Then t felt con
strained, to convene., tho Congress In
extraordinary sessldn to dcvlso rev
enues to pay tho ordinary expenses
of tho Government, Now I hnve tho
satisfaction to announce that the
Congress Just closed has reduced tax
ation In tho Bum of 141.000,000. Then
there wns deep solicitude becauso
of tho long depression In our mnnu
fnrturlng, mining, agricultural and
mercantile Industries nnil the conse
quent distress of our laboring popu
lation. Now every avenue of produc
tion Is crowded with activity, labor
Is well employed, and American pro
duction finds good markets at homo
nnd obrond. Our diversified produc
tions, however, nro Increasing In such
unprecedented volume as to admonish
us .ofLtho necessity of still further
enlarging our foreign markets by
broader commercial relations. For
this purposo reciprocal trade arrange
ments with other nations should In
liberal spirit bo carefully cultivated
Tho national verdict of 189G has for
tho most part been executed. What
over remains unfulfilled is a contlnu
Ing obligation resting with undimin
ished forco upon tho Executive nnd
tno Congress. Hut fortunate as our
condition Is, Its permanence enn only
bo assured by sound budness methods
and strict economy In national admin
istration and legislation. Wc Bhould
not permit our grnt prosperity to
lend us to icckless ventures In busi
ness or profligacy In public expendit
ures, While tho Congress determines
tho objects nnd the sum of appropria
tions tho officials of the cxecutlvo
depnitments nro responsible for lion
est nnd faithful disbursement, nnd It
should bo their constant caro to avoid 1
waste and extravagance.
Honesty, capacity nnd Industry nro
nowhero mora Indlspensnulo than In I
public employment. They should hoi
fundamental requisites to original np-
polntment nnd the surest guarantees
Four years ago wo stood on tho
brink of war wlthom tno pople know
ing? It nnd without any preparation
or effort nt preparation for the Im
pending peril. I did nil that In honor
could bo done to nvert inn war, but
without avail. It became Inevitable
and the Congress at Its first regular
Bcsslon. without party division, pro
vided money In anticipation of tho
crisis and In preparation to meet It.
It came. Tho result wns slgnnlly fa
vorable for Amencnn nrms and In
tho highest degree honorable to the
Government. It Imposed upon ns ob
ligations from which wo cannot es
cape anil from which It would be ills
ho.norablo to seek to esenpe. Wo nre
now nt peace with the world, and It
Is my fervent prayer thnt If differ
ences nrlse between us nnd other
countries thoy may be settled by
pencpful arbitration and that here
after we may be spared the horrors
Intrusted for tho second tlmo with
tho office of President. I enter upon
Its administration appreciating tho
grent responsibilities which attach
to this renewed honor nnd commls
slon. promising unreserved devotion
on my part to their faithful dlschnrgo
and rperently lnnklng for my guid
ance the direction nnd fnvor of Al
mighty God. I should shrink from tho
duties this dnv assumed If I old not
feel that In their performance I should
have tho eo-operatlon of the wlso and
patriotic men of nil parties. It encour
ages nm for the great task I now un
dertake to believe thnt thoso who vo
luntarily committed to me tho trust
Imposed upon the Chief Executive of
tho Republic will give to me generous
support Irf my duties to "preserve,
protect nnd defend the Constitution
of the United States" and to tako rnre
that tho "awB be faithfully executed."
The national purpose Is Indicated
thiough a nntlonal election. It Is the
constitutional method of ascertaining
tho pillillo will. When onro It Is reg
istered It Is n law to us all, and faith
ful observance should follow Its de
crees, . '
Strong henrts nnd faithful hnnds
nro needed, nnd fortunately wo have
them In every pnit of our beloved
country. Wo nro reunited. Sectional
Ism hns disappeared. Division on pub
He affairs can now be no longer traced
to ,th war maps 01 1SC1. Theso old
differences less and less disturb the
Judgment when existing problems
demand tle thought nnd quicken thn
conscience of the countrv nnd tno
rnsWmslbllltv for their presence ns
wpII as fqr their righteous settlement
rests upon us all moro upon nm tlnn
upon you. There nro some national
questions In the solution of which pa
triotism should exclude partisanship.
Mngnirymg their iiuiieuities win not
take them off our hnnds nor fntllltato
their aillustmcnt. Distrust of tho ca
pacity. Integrity nnd Inch purposes
of the American people will not bo nn
Inspiring tliemo for future contests.
Dark pictures and gloomy forebodings
nro -worso than useless. Theso only
becloud, thnv do not help to point tho
wny of snfety nnd honor. "Hope mule
eth not nshnmed," Tho prophets of
evil were not tho builders of tho Re
public nor In Its eilses since have
tin v snved or ceiveil It. The faith if
the fntlins was a mighty forro In Its
creation nnd tho faith of their Io
secndnntu hns wrought Its pi ogress
nnd furnished Its defenders. Thev nro
obstructionists who despn r nnd vho
would destroy ronfldno In Pin abili
ty of our people to solve w'seh- nnd
for civilisation the mighty problems
resting upon thein,
Tho American people, Intrenched In
freedom at homo, take their lovo for
It with them wheiever they go and
;I MAGIC ii
J WAFERS :
ts ,, fr
19 mta ail drujrirhta
, .VIj'4 X ,'f.l
they reject ns tnlstnkon nnd unworthy.
tne tiocirino mat wo loso our own
liberties by .securing the enduring
foundations of liberty to others. Our
Institutions will not deteriorate by ox
tension nnd our senso of Justico will
not nbato under tropic suns In dis
tant seas. As heretofore so hereafter
will tho Nation demonstrate Its fitness
to administer any new estate which
events devolve upon it nnd In tho fenr
of Ood will "tako occasion by tho
hand andtinnko the bounds ot freedom
wider jrt." If there nro those among
us yho yould make our way moro
difficult wo must not be disheartened,
but the more earnestly docucnto our
selves to tho task which wo liavo
rightly entered. Tho pnth of progress
Is seldom smooth. New things nro
often found hnrd to do. Our fathers
found them so. Wo find them bo. They
nro Inconvenient. They cost us some
thing. Hut nro wo not made better for
tho effort nn sacrifice, nnd nro not
those we servo lifted up nnd blessed?
Wo will bo consoled, too, with tho
fact that opposition has confronted
every onwnrd march of tho ttepubllc
from Its opening hour until now, but
without success. Iho Republic hns
marched on nnd on, nnd Its every
step hns exnlted freedom and humnn
Ity. Wo nro undergoing tho samo or
denl as did our predecessors nearly
n century ago. We nro lollowlng tho
course they blazed. They triumphed.
Will their successors falter nnd plead
organic impotency In tho Nation?
Surely after 125 years of achlovc.
ment for mankind wc will not now
surrender our equality wltn other
powers on matters fundamental nnd
essential to nationality. With no surh
purpose wob the Nation created. In
no such spirit hns it developed Its full
and independent sovereignty. Wo
ntlhere to tho principle of equality
among ourselves, 'and because of no
Oct of ours will wo assign to ourselves
n subordinate rank In tho family of
My fellow citizens, the public events
of the past four years have gone Into
history. They nro too near to Justify
recital, some of thorn wero unforo
'seen: ninny of them momentous nnd
far-renehlng in their consequences to
ourselves and our relations with tho
rest of the world. Tho part which tho
United States bore so honornbly In
the thrilling scenes In China whllo
now to American life, has been In
harmony with Ha trim spirit and best
traditions, and In dealing with tho
results Its policy will be that of mod
eration and fairness.
We fnco at this moment a most 'in-
portnnt question thnt of tho future
lelatlons of tho United Stntes and Cu
ba. With our neighbors wo must re
main closo friends. Tho declaration
of tho purposes of this Government in
the resolution of April 2, ISM, must bo
made good. Kver slnco the evacuation
of the Island by tho nrmy of Spain t'.m
Executive, with all practicable speed
has been assisting Its people In tho
siiccesslva steps necessary to tho es
tablishment of n freo nnd Independent
Government, prepared to assume nnd
perform tho obligations of Internntlon
nl law which now rest upon tho Unit
ed States under tho treaty of Paris.
Tne convention elected by tho peoplo
to frame a Constitution Is npproachlng
the completion of Its labors. Tho
trnnsfor of Amerlcnn control to tho
new Government Is of such grent Im
portnnco. Involving nn obligation re
sulting from our Intervention nnd tho
treaty of peace, that I am glad to bo
advised by tho recent act of Congress
of the policy which tho leglslntlvo
branch of tho Government deems rs
sentlnl to tho best Interests of Cubi
nnd thn United Stntes. The principles
which lied' to' pur intervention require
thnt tho fundamental law upon which
tho new Government rests should bo
ndnptoir to seeuro n government cap
ablo of performing thn duties nnd ills
ehnrglng tho functions of a separate
nation, of observing Its International
obligations, of protecting life nnd
property. Insuring order, safety and
liberty and conforming to tho estab
lished historical policy of tho United
Stntes In Its relation to Culm
Tho peaeo which wo nro pledged to
leave to tho Cuban peoplo must carry
with It tho guarantees of permanence.
Wo became sponsors for tho paclflca
tl -f 'hi Island, nnd wo remain nc
cuintalilo to thn Cubans no less than
tr - 1 -i country for tho reconstruct
tl -i of C lm as a freo commonwealth
nn nbldlng foundations of right, jus
tice, liberty nnd nssured order. Our
enfrnnclsoment of tho peonlo will
npt bo completed until freo Cuba shall
Hi" "n reality, not a namo: a perfect
entltv, not n hasty oxperlment benrlng
within Itself tho elements of fnllurn."
Whllo the treaty of pcaco with
Spain was ratified on tho fith of Feb
ruary. 1809, nnd rntlflcntlona wero ex
changed nenrly two yenrs ngo, tho
Congress has Indicated no form of
government fur tho Philippine Islands
It has, howover, provided an nrmy to
enable tho Execntlvo to suppress In
surrection, restoro penro. glvo securi
ty to the Inhabitants nnd estnbllsli
thn nuthorltv of tho United Stntes
throughout tho arrhlpelngo. It has
authorized tho organization of nntlvo
troops as auxiliary to tho regular
force. It has been ndviscd from tlmo
to time of tho acts of tho military
and naval officers In tho Islands, of
mv action In appointing civil commis
sions, of tho Instructions with which
thoy wero ehnrged, of their duties
nnd powers, of their recommenda
tions nnd of tho several nets nnd"!
nxrciitlra rommlnRlnn, toRothor with
yorv rnmpMn Ronnrnl Informntlon
thnv hnvo luihmlttiil Thero roportu
fullv Ri't forth .10 onnilltlonn nnrtt nnd
prewnt. In tho Islandd, nnd tho In-Btrut-tlonH
elrmtly pliow tho principles
which will Riilda tho rxeoitlvo until
tho Conirroaa shall, nn It Is required
to do hv tho treaty, detTmlno tho
"civil rlKhla nnd political BtnlUH of
tlm nntlvo InhnliitnntH."
Thn OonKrosH linvlnv milled tho
sanction of ltsniilinrItvto,tho powers
nlrendy possessed nnd uverclned hy
th" Kxecutlvo under tho Constitution.
Ilierchy lenvlns with tho RxcpiUIvo
tho rosiiniihlhllltv for tho government
of the Philippines, I shnll contlnuo tho
cfToits nlrendv tnken until order shrill
ho restored throuRliout tho Island!,
nnd ns fast ns conditions permit will
ostahllsh local Kovornment, In tho for
mation of which thn full co-otertlnn
of tho peoplo has heen nlrendy Invit
ed, nnd when established will oncour
ago tho peoplo to administer thorn.
Tho settled purposo long ngo pre-
ailed, to afford tho Inhabitants rff tho
islands self-government as fast as they
aro ready for It, will bo pursued with
earnestness nnd fidelity Already
something has been accomplished In
this direction. Tho Government's rep
resentatives, civil and military, aro
doing faithful and nobto work In their
mission of emancipation, and merit
tho approval and support of their;
countrymen, rno most liberal terms
of amnesty havo already been com
municated to tho Insurgents, and tho
way Is still open for thoso who havo
raised their arms against tho Gov
ernment for honorable submission to
Its authority. Our countrymen should
not bo deceived. Wo nro not waging
war against the inhabitants of the
Philippine Islands. A portion of them
nro making war against tho United
States. Ily fnr tho greater part of
tho Inhabitants recognlzo American
sovereignty nnd welcomo It as n
guaranty of order and of security for
life, property, liberty, freedom cf
conscience nnd tho pursuit of happi
ness. To them full protection will bo
They shall not bo nbandoned.i
Wo Wilt not lfftvn thn ilnntlnl nt thn
loyal minions In the Islands to tho ills
loynl thousands who nro In rebellion
against tho United States. Order
under civil Institutions will como as
soon ns thoso who now break tho
penco shall keep It. Forco will not
bo needed or used when thoso who
mnko war against us shall make It
no more. Mny It end without further
bloodshed, and thero bo ushered In
tho reign of penco to bo mndo per
manent by n government of liberty
under the law.
a 1 a
Instruments filed for Mar recored 13, loot.
First Party Second Party Class
W Brede Jr
E F Mons1rr.1t
A V Gear & wife
.1 U 1. ((
G I. Klurgel
B l: Monsarrat
Trs Lunalllo Est.
Hono Mkt Co Ltd
A P Jones
Bank of Haw Ltd
W C Achi 1 wife
A Dreler Tr C M
W C Achl Par Rel
M G Sllva D
L. K llroun
Geo w Paty Ft Am. S & T of H Ltd M
Jno Hiram K Hiram Tr D
D Manuel I. L McCandless D
Instruments filed for record Mar 14, 1001.
First Patty Second Party Class
W J England & wf W If Hills C M
M C Camara .S: hus Z Cunha D
Z M Cur ha St wf F Watdvogel M
RECORDED MARCH, j, inoi.
II A Isenbere and wife In PP I nl. n
piece land Punahou, Honolulu, Oahu.
J 1 000. Book 222, page 41.
B P Bishop Estate to Gow Chong, L.
Nov 11, 1899; por R P 4484, kul 77IJ,
Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, Oahu, isyrs
from Oct l, 1 900, at Jjoo. Boole 219, page
Kaane (w) to B K Kane, L, Mar 4, 1901,
K j 1519. kul 1912, Palolo, Honolulu,
Oahu. 2ors from Jan 1,1001, to yr;
at 5io; 10 yrs at J20. Book 219, page 17G.
J Buckley to II Holmes, P A. Dec 17,
1900; Special Power. Book 212, page 444.
Bishop .V Co to II B King. Rel, Mar 1.
1901; porlot)74, kul 1241, Kulankahua,
Honolu u, Oahu. $650. Book iCG, page
RECORDED MARCH 6. 1901.
Naelele heir of to W P Prear Tr, D. Mar
5, i9oi:granis2u.Y jtf.wauiua, rjanu.
H15. Book 217, page 37(1.
G Lucas Comm'r to H Waterhouse, D,
Feb 25, 1901; por R P 8i2, kul 1154,
School Street, Honolulu, Oanu. 52100.
Book 21C, page 449.
H K Kualll to S E Kalue, D, Dec 1, 1895;
R Ps 4177 Si 3014, kul J925D, Honokohau,
Kaanapall, Maul; R P O299, kul 4O10; P P
635. kul 6562, Walalua, Molokal. fl.
Book 21 7, page 374.
M p Lucas to A Drier, A M, Peb 15, 1901:
Mtg Kiiplhea on 2 rors land, Laluina,
Maul. Con. I785. Hook 220, page 55.
E Kaleleonalanl by Trus'ee to Wong
l.eone et als. L. Feb 28. 1001; tw kul no!
Maunakea Street, Honolulu, Oahu. 30 yrs
from Jan 1, 1901, at i:oo. Book 219.
K Kalkalnahaole, to W W Goodale. L,
I-eb 13, iqoi; Int. In grant 1126, Kaman.i
nul. Walalua, Oahu. 20 yrs trom dated
at moo. hook 219, page is;.
Hew Sing to HeuChty, B S, Mar 2,
ipci; Int. In Yee Lung Till Co. Smith St.
Honolulu, Oahu. ficoo. Book 212, page
DKuplhea to M F Lucas, M, Feb 15,
1001; K Ps 165 & 2737. kul 9813, Walnee;
H P 5622, kul 7236. Haleu, Lahalna, Maul.
5785. 1 yrat 6 percent, book 223, page 55.
J H Ravmoud & wife to H Waterhouse
et al, Tr D, Mar 2, 1901; por R Ps 9, 30 Si
1009 Alakea, Union i Beretanla Streets,
Uowett Co Ltd bonds, Honolulu, Oahu.
Rejl personal & mixed property, ,Miul.
f72,t92.l4,at8perccnt. Hoik 221, page 84
Akl In ,M II Kanohnla, II, Nov 10. itri' l nl hu,
6j6, Walalua, M11I.). al, fo. Hon. air, MB I'l.
Oilntr Ken t In to M M Rapoxu, I), Mara ivn'
lot 6 11I H I' il8r, kj nao 1'auu.i, Honululu, Oatm
$490. Ileok ti6, paga ni.
II N Ron Io I. L I.J J Hal, I), Mart, ioi; r
i'nj (v.mniiuwai, , pm ,.nj n aiKail.luiu; It r )9.
Honululu, Oahn. Icou. Itixik ,16, (laga aji.
II A Hern .1 al Io Sf. Sant Wal Co. II S, Fb 4.
1491. ku Plantation Ac. Walalua, Oahu, S.wo.
liuok .11, pav ,46
Alau Yutng Ku- Io Sam Wo Wal Co, (I S. I'.b 16.
ivoi; le.Miiou. uiijini;. c, V. alkvlf, twa, U1I1U.
$ tio II.Mik 11 ratia.iB.
Hawaii lanJCu Ll4 in Liik Too. L. Tab 11. laai,
Moom . nt 1 itory tulUlnir. Walrllorllo. Hunnlulu.
Oahu. I)ra from Mar 1, 1941, at $.orvr tnu. Hook
119. iai:a teo.
SM.Ii.lona to II A linn, L, Drc n, 19a; It ,88,
kul all.M'aalaa, Walalua, Oahu. r. JjoraU
,u, iriui. i.u.ih .19. ra(V IDS.
Sain WoWalCntoll All.rn, CM, Tb 10, 14.1,
ItauliuIJi, tullilno it, Walkilc. Ia, Oaliu.
$)V. Hook 411. (aKafaVi,
CLKookuoaniitlla in S Ck'alueelal. I) irlaS,
ifrir; pltct lani Kalua, Walluku, Maul liv Hook
it, rasa j.
RECOIUJbD MARCH 7. 1'joi.
VWarJbvA'lv loC Jllu'l. I). I. Mar . ooi. Inl
In I. tata o J 8c K W IMldVU Oahu. II.Kik iHo,
J M I n..ka M W O lr In M. Mar .. iooi: 1 I' nm
kul oott Kailua Knolaupoko O4I1U tta, b monltu
at9fHr Ltnt U"'ik. o p.ufc w
akaihlma I, IIHjikl.ll rV Co LlJ C XM.bai.'n.
IratthoU K. run, Hoolrna. Ilaall 1I41, hai
ancv.. Uoik 4 1. rK" li
Ccpvcpo Vice Ailmlrnl.
Mutlrld. Fob. 27. Tho Queen RcK"iit
has slKiiod u decree iippulntlni; Hc.11
Atlmlrnl Cei vjtu to ho a VUo Admiral
Tho Grippe, This can ho avoided by
tnkliiu teaspoouful doses of l'iMN
KII.L1IH In hot water sweetened, ns
.well ns hy external application, full di
rections nro on each bottle. A bottle of
l'aln-Klller kept In the house will provo
valunhlo not only for tho Grippe, hut
for ordinary coughs mid colds, Avoid
substitutes, thero Is hut 0110 I'aln-Klll-er,
Perry Davis'. Price 25c, and BOe.
McBryde Sugar Company, Ltd.
The Annual Meeting of the McBrvde
Sugar Company, I td., will be held In the
office of the Chamber of Commerce at io
a. m. on rKIDAY, MARCH 22nd.
The stock transfer books will be closed
between the 7th and 22nd Irst
GEORGE F. DAVIES,
The a 'Journed Annual Meeting of the
sto.kholders of the INTER-ISLANU STUM
MAVIOATION COMPANY, LTD., Will be
held at the office of the company, Queen
street, on Monday, March 25th, 1001, al
10 o'clock a. m.
C. H. CLAPP,
Honolulu March 12, loor. ijflfrtat
Stockholders are hereby notified that th
Pntlfth Amnf tt c n.,f.ntnr(iu. n4
one-half dollars per sliare on the Capital
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND Trfl.E
5RAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payabh
July 1st, at the office of the undersigned,
in Fort street. J.H.FISHER.
.ctg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co.
Hnnnlulu. lune 1. looo. ie;a
Estate of August Kraft. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS,
Noiltlihtrery Ken t-y'tf.unJflcreJ jJmln
litrjtor lth Hit lll nneJ of the foe ruinii
esl.it, to the creditor! of anJ all penoni tuvlne
clilmi iTJkt the ulJ cttite, tv ptnt their ctlni
dulv u then. kite J nj wit1, proper toucher, if any
eitit, (even If the claim U tvecurei tv morttrage upon
real etta e) to him, el her at hit reilJence or place of
b j ilnen, or to P. L. Weaver, hit attorney at Hono
lulu, within k mrntrii from the date ol thla notice.
pt they khall be forever barred.
aaviiv'Hiu, raiiriiBijr 1, IWtla
iTTotrebet tt ? u AJitiinlUfjttr
In the Circuit Court of the Firs
Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii.
ORDER FOR A HVUCIAL TI1RM.
Deeming It essential to the promotion of
justice, I do order that a special term of
the Circuit Court of the First Circuit be
held In the JuJIclary Building In Honolulu
commencing Tue'day, March the iCth, A.
D., 1901, at 10 o'clock In the f-ienoon of
said day and continuing for the perloJ
provided by law.
Done at Chambers thl.s 1st day cf March
A. D., 1901.
The foregoing order Is hereby approved.
Dated March 1, 1901,
(Slg) W.F. FREAR,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the
Territory of Hawaii. 1778-1 3t
On and After the 2nd of March
messages in plain language will be accept
ej for transmlsiion between the
places mentioned below :
Kn Lnau, Molokai
Maunalcl, Lanni; and
The charge for such messages will be at
the rate of 20 cents per word of i; letters,
minimum charge 1 2, until furlher notice.
When telephone connections are avail
able messiees mav be handed to the tele-
pnor.e company to be torwarded to desti
nations other than those mentioned above.
In othrr cases special messengers may
be employe J.
The cost of special dellverv Is not In.
eluded In the charge at 20 cents per word.
If the cost Is known it must be paid by
the sender when the message Is handed In.
If unknown, It must be paid by the ad
dressee when the message is delivered.
Honolulu Office, Magoon Block.
..RINQ UP TUK.
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
H8 FORT STB1WT.
SUhlo 'Phone, 477
flack Stand 'Phones, Sltf anil 71 1.
(1. H RKLUNA.
Drays for Freight
Our representative meets all Incoming
iteamers from the Coast "td we check
baggage on all outgoing steamers.
While aad Black Sand For Salt?
Office with Evening Bulletin. 210 King
urtti. 1 ei. co.
W. LARSEH, M'f'r.
A NEW LINE JUS r RECEIVED.
Gold Filled Spectacle Frames
Just the tiling for this climate,
H. G. BIART,
IBWELER, 1010 FORT ST.
Art Bmbroldery Taught.
Ussons In ART BMDROIDERY will
ue given by Mrs. H. II. Williams at th?
City Furniture Store, Fort street,
first Class stamping don.
M11B. II. II. WIU JAMS.