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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T., FniDAY, MAIICII IB, 1901.
Oceanic Steamship Company
IThe steamers of this line will arrive
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA Men. 23
SONOMA Apr. 2
MARIPOSA Apr. 13
VENTURA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 4
SIERRA Mar 18
MARIPOSA May 25
SONOMA June 4
In connection with the tailing ot the above steamers the agents ire pro
yored 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
Kbrk by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLT TO
Win. G. Irwin & Co., Limited,
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. 0 Tojo Klsen Kalsna
- ( tMafeOTtcoaptniM wMlctllat Honolulu tn4 Uavt till port a r abott lk ....
.latei Mow tattooed I...
For Japan and China:
Aaurka Mini. ......
, March n
Par raaafal lofomtaoa ppiy la
H. Hackfeld &
aVStearairl ot the abora Hot. fonotar to couictloo with lb CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO
Midi ViocouTir. B. C . ana Sydney, N. S. W., and calllor at Victoria. D. C, Honolulu tod Brisbane
in DUE AT HONOLULU on or aboulttn dim blo Utid vli 1
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C,
For Brlaaane ml Sylniyi
Warrlmoo Mr. it
Mlowcia April I)
aaaTTBronth lefctti Inoad iron Honolulu to Caoafa. UalttS Stataa ! Enron. For Fralfbt aal
Passat and al neral taforaratlon, apply to
Theo. H. Davlce & Co., Ltd., Gen'l Aftcnts.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK. PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
S. S CAL1FORNIAN, O.oootons, to sail early In April
" :S OHEGONIAN. 6,000 tons, tosall
S S AMERICAN, fi.ooo tons, tosall
S. S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, tosall
Freight received at company's wharf. 41 Street, South Brooklln.at all times.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSD,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Lines of Travel
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROAV
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROAv 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
snop ana r leasant Keaaing Kooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
M5 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. I Montgomery St., San Francisco,
E. L. LOMAX. G. P. & T. A..
1471 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Go.
From and After January 1, WO.
TATION3. Dally . Dally
(Oatward) ai. Sua. 1alhr 01. Sua. Dally Dallr
AM. AM. AM. P.I
Hoaotala ? 10 n is u.of i:is s 10
Paarl Cltr.... "1 .41 11140 141 j jo
waMIII t.j rood moo 4.0s 8,10
Walanaa lo 10 .... 441
Walatua ti.js 140 ....
Katulra 1 ii ....
'""d' ? adm' p'ji! ws:
aTahoka 1 . JUS .... ao
Walalua e.io .... a 10
Walaaaa Tiro .... j js
waMIII J jo 7 41 nos 4a
full City 61s to 1110 4
ottOlulQ 6. SO 8.1S f OS leo
V, C. Smith, Gon'i Pans. A Tloket
O. I'. Dknimin. KlilMrlllU.r.ilnnt
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
Uontral Manager oi
TM Iqajtable Life Assuvtnca SooiftV
Of thai United Mates (or the Bawtilw
Onion Msttumt atmt. Hot
jj n i ft cy.
and leave this port as hereunder:
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA Men. 27
VENTURA Apr. 2
MARIPOSA '. Apr. 17
SIERRA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 8
SONOMA May 14
MARiroSA May 29
VENTURA June 4
For San Francisco:
Co., Ltd., Agents.
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria aod Vaocouvtr (B. C.j:
Ao'vigl April 10
Wa moo Ala S
Mlowera Jure i
Bur and Vine Dealers.
HAS A FINE LINE OF
Wines, Liquors, Etc.
FOR SALE BY THE GLASS OR BOTTLE
J. K. Merseberg.
iMrOBTatBB, AND WHOLBBALI
Wine anil Lipr Dealers.
Atuti for ttia Bottlad Rainier Baar of saatu.
No, 19 NtJUANtJ 8THKKT
Foatar Block, Honolulu. Hawaiian liunon.
P. O. Boa 1 it. Mutual Talapboaa loi.
SODA WATER CO.. Ltd.
Corner Allen and Fort Sis., Honolulu.
Qonsalves & 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, an J a spacious ana airy
bar room are just a lew
of the attractions.
J, H. McDonough Is the man
ager, ills assistants are w.
Hilary, Bonnie Lemon
und Wally Davis.
If vou call once, yoj will call
No Beer to Burn,
But Beer to Beat the Band
Large invoice On.
IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE
It has'nt come to stay ; It's goini;
fast, but there's more com-
Ing every month.
L. II. DEE, Prop.
UP IN I WE
House met at 1:30 p. m. when the
Speaker desired to know from tho
House whether he had tho right to se
lect a special committee to comcy bills
that had been passed to tho (Mernor
for his signature.
I'rendergast stated that he was satls
Qed the rules ot the Houso permitted
such action. Makeknu took issue and
isald that the Houso Committee on
Kulcs had previously called a Joint
commltteo meeting with the Senate
but was unsuccessful. The bill should
be retained until both committees
could act together.
Kobertson thought that the best way
was to retain the bill. Sneaker Aklnn
desired to Mow If It was necessary for
the Joint committee to convey tho bill
to the Governor for his signature.
Ucckley desired to be enlightened
upon n question, ns to whether the
leading ofllcers of both houses would
not be sufficient to guarantee tho pas
sage of the measure.
Kobertson stated that a proper record
of Just when this or other bills aro pre
sented to the Governor, otherwise ho
might pocket the bill for several days,
lie thought the best way out of tho
matter was to appoint a committer on
Passed Hills and ask the Senate to do
Under suspension of rules Mnhoc re
ported for the Commltteo on Miscel
laneous Petitions on petition No. 3.
relating to the repealing of several
laws such as personal tnx, vaccination,
education of Hnwallans. granting ot li
censes to Hawaiian to practice medi
cine, teaching of Hawaiian langnago
In public schools, etc. The report was
The House then proceeded to the or
der of the day by taking up Houso bill
No. J7 entitled nn Act "to repeal sec
tions 31T 31S, 319, 322 and 323 of the
Penh) Laws of 1SDT, relating to Sun
The bill was referred to the Commit
tee of the Whole.
Tho House went Into a CommlttCA
of the Whole with Ucckley In tho chair,
House bill 37 was read faction by sec
tion, Ajlett took exception to tho
abolition of the (list section, as It
noulil ruin tho measure. Ho stated
that the main reason Tor Introducing
tho bill was to offer relief to tho poor
man ns against tho rich. Under tho
violation of the present Sunday laws,
a poor man Is put In Jail, while tho
rich man goes free. The playing of
the band on Sunday was much n vio
lation of the law as nn thing else, and
in doing this, the Government Is a vio
lator of Its own laws,
Tho law ns it now stnnds Is a good
one for those who want to attend
church, but what about tho man who
docs not attend church? IScfore tho
band was allowed to play on Sunday,
tho Minister of tho Interior came, out
to tho drill shed and asked tho mem
bers of the band If they would llkn to
play on Sunday, slnco which tlmo tho
band has played regularly.
Aylett finally got down to tho Idea
of allowing a doublo ring circus on
Sundays and not bo subject to thosn
old laws that prevent progress. He
was strongly In favor of n wide open
measure, and wanted the present lawi
wiped oft tho stntuto books complete
Ho said personal observation had
shown him work In progress on tin
plantations on Sunday and a complaint
was filed with tho homo government
which availed nothing.
Kunialas followed Aylett and stated
that the pcoplo of the little Territory
of Hawaii were happier and moro pros
perous under tho former regime than
they wcro now under tho laws of the
great United Stntcs. How over. If tho
people here were Americans under Am
erican laws nnd rules, modern laws ns
applied In tho United States should bt
adopted. "Wo must not adhero to tho
old obsolcto Ideas which still prevail
on tho statute books of the Terrltmy."
.Makeknu, who was oeciipjlng tho
chair, called tho bccrclury to tho tlmlr
so that ho could make n speech on the
Sunday bill under discussion.
Tho report of tho Committee of the
Wholo was to tho effect that Hill No.
37, relntlvo to Sunday law, bo referred
to n special commltteo of flvo.
Tho rules of tho Houso wero then
suspended to allow n communication
from tho Auditor's department to ho
read which, In tho abstract, was ns fnl
A communication wns received from
tho Auditor's department requesting
u list of names of government bene
ficiaries who havo been allowed vaca
tions with b.ilary. They nio as follows:
W. I). Alexander, A. lliown. J. V.
Ilrown, i:. lUldwIn, W. W. llrunner. J.
K. HurKett, W. II. Cummlngs. J. H.
Coney, 1). II, Case, S. M. Damon. C H.
Dickey, J. K. Parley, J. A Hasslngcr,
Clias S Hull .1. M. 0.it, O. L. Sorcn
t.on. Jonathan Shaw
As authoilty for giuntlng vacation
with snlailrn, tho piactlce of custom
usage Is given, who have the appoint
ing powers, viz . Heads of depaitmcnts
and bureaus, no dliect pioWslou of law
Is offered governing the tame, the rule
of allowing CO davs pa wheie extended
vacations wero ginnted wns fixed by
tho following resolution of tho Kxecii-
ftj f iV 1 fVi i'i 1 1 1 1 ii''j c u ro
; MAGIC . headaches
i HEADACHES' before
J WAFERS . breakfast.
WM,?'.,ff.,fi'.: 1 ta all dmreMa-
the Council adopted November 27,
Ttesolvcd, That In case of absence tho
pay of officials or omplo)cs, shall not
continue more than CO dnjs from their
date ot leaving the office.
A copy of which resolution wns fur
nished the Auditor's department when
the vacation salary question wns first
raised after tho Inauguration of tho
present Audit Act.
In accordance with which, said sal
aries have been paid.
The House adjourned at 15:15 o'clock.
AFTERNOON SESSION SENATE
The afternoon session of the Scnnte
yesterday lasted until 3 o'clock when
adjournment was taken In'order to nl-
low tho Public Heutth Committee lo
go over to tho Hoard of Health meet
ing In answer to nn Invitation received
on the previous day. When tho Scnato
convened, Mr, White presented the re
port of the majority of tho Judiciary
Committee, recommending the passago
of Senate bill 33. The report was ndopt
cd and third reading set for Prldny.
Senator Paris had made a motion to
havo tho report laid on the table
until the majority of the committee
(Mr, Achl) could hand In his report.
This motion falling to prevail, Mr.
Achl resigned from the committee. The
chair stated that the House on the pre
vious day had ordered that nil chair
men of committees must Inform the
chair of committee meetings and theso
must be announced by hlra before they
could bo declared official. Considering
this fact, he felt that Mr. Achl was per
fectly Justified In resigning and ho
would nccept his resignation and ap
point Mr. Carter In his place. Mr. Car
ter begged lenvo to remain out of tho
commltteo but the chair said the ex
cuses he had offered would hardly
Mr. Paris presented tho following re
port for the Committee on Public Linds
on Senate bill 32, relating to tho Great
Seal of the Territory of Hawaii:
Wo find the seal provided In this hill
the same nt used by the Hawaiian gov
ernment before annexation. Since that
time It has been used ns the Territorial
seal, without legal right.
We consider tho design nnlauo nnd
perpetuating the Hawaiian motto from
the tlmo of Knmehamehn. We recom
mend the bill pass.
The report was adopted and tho third
rending of tho bill set for Prldny.
Mr. Kalauoknlanl reported for tho
Printing Commltteo that Scnato bills
Nos. 9, 10. 11, 12, 13, II, IB ond 29 had
Mr. Knnuhn presented a concurrent
resolution over which thcro wns a lot
of debate. It was finally handed back
to tho Introducer to havo rendered
more plain and to the point.
n pursuance to an Execution Issued out
of the Supreme Court of the Territory of
Hawaii, on the 5th day of February, A D.
loot, in re matter of Antonio de Co'ta,
plantiff, vs. V. C. Cumtr.lngS defending
1 have, on this nli day of Ptbruary, A.
L., loot, levied upon, and shall expose for
sale at Public Auction, to the highest bid
der, at the Police Station, KalaUaua Hale,
In Honolu'u, Island of Oahu, Territory of
Hawaii, at 12 o'clock noon of Saturday,
the 16th day of March, A.D., 1901, all the
right, title nnd Interest of the vild V. C.
Cummlngs, defendent, In and to the fol
low Ing described property, unless the
judgment, amounting to three hundred and
twenty-five and 4-100 dollars, interest,
cots and my expenses are previously
All that certain property described In
that certain mortgage dated October 18th,
1899, made by W. C Cummlngs and
John Moses Kealehato W. H. Cummlngs,
trustee, for 5455000, on which J2oco.co
has already been paid, and duly recorded
In Liber 196, Page 397, and more particul
arly described as follows:
1. Land sl'uate at Kapaakea, Honolulu,
Hono'i lu, Oahu, being a portion of L.C.
A 1275, Apana I, to Mooklnl, and the
sjme premises that were conveyed to J.
M. Kealoha by deed of V. H. Cummlngs.
3. Land at Wa Uanlnul, Walluku, Maul,
disalbed In L.C.A. 333 to Lonohlvva,
containing an area c' .5i acres, ard con
vened to the said W. C. Cummlngs. by
deed dated October 31st. 1881, and record
ed In Liber 72, page
3. 7 Mules.
4. s Dump charts, sajjies and uarr.e.
5. 2 Wagons.
6. 1 Lot of Tools, Plows, Ktc, Etc.
7. 2 Horses.
8. 1 Set of Harness.
9. 1 Stable, situate on souui si., Hono
CHAKLES T. CHILLING WORTH,
Deputy Shrrlff, territory of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Oahu. 1764-l'eb U.23.2.9.J5
111 the Circuit Court of the First
Island of Oahu, TerriUrv of Itiwjll.
ORUIUJ I'OIJA SI'UCIAL. TI'.UM.
Deeming It essm'.lal to the promotion cf
justice, I do orJtr that a .redai term of
the Circuit Court of the t-iM Circuit be
held In the Judiciary Building lu Honolulu
commenc ng Tuesday, March the :0th, A.
D., 1901, ,tt 10 o'clock In the f itiioon of
said dav and continuing for the period
priv ided by law.
Done at Chambers till 1 1st day cf March
A, D., 1901.
(Slg) A. S. HUMPHREYS,
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
Instruments filed for record Mar 14, 1901.
i'lrsl Parly Second Party Class
W W Ahana & vv f AS Humphreys D
M A K Mossman & hus r Scott M
Pele & Sam Ku D L Peterson St
D L I'eterson Mrs Mary Lucas A M
Instruments filed for record Mar 15, 1901.
First Party Second Party Class
Kapehe & bus K Kawalhalau D
K Kavvaihalau & vv f Pakekaulike D
Kalhelkamaka K vv f M E roster D
K Feary et al Ah Kup L
Lau Ah Kup Lin Sang Chan A L
Hlshop & Co Lau Chong Rel
F A Sav. & TrCo et ai Hllo R RCo Agt
Hllo R It Co F A Sav. & Tr Co Tr D
RECORDED MARCH 7. tool.
rWCI.J, to llllickMiSiCoLlJ, PA, Mir 6,
tttot (trncral Potters llnuk art rR III
A Morrl anJ ollalo E II r Wolfer. Tr. M Tr t ?
rqnr rift lauj Kapjlima Honolulu Oahu So o.
a rs ft' 8 frr vnt Hook an. ragr t6,
S K k'anr to J r Katioi, Siir Truer rb 8, wi
Surrenders all rights as TruMet ol J L Kahoa Hook
art r"!!' )'
M M JuJJ anJ husbanj lo L L McCanJIcss I).
Itat. i. In! In l I' Hi kul M grant 464 jc
oilier Ian J s VValkane k'oofaur-oko, Oahu ttooo.
Hook ar?. page )86.
VV II Lahllahl anJ lfr to C K K'araealll I) Mir
IT rom, rlice lani Kalla, Honolulu, Oahu St
HookaiT. race tr?
C K Karaeatil anJ l(e lo II VV I ahllahl anJ l(e
I) Mar rr ro.jr plere lanJ Kalla Honolulu, Oahu.
Ir Hook air. paRt JT8.
HavanCm'l StSugnr Co lo Haiku Sugar Co el
at Agreement. TebS, rqoi right of ttayfor I lum &c
anJ water right Maul. Hook ra, page 451
RECORDED MARCH 8, 1901.
K Itimilu anJ wff ti lljiw'n Afrkulfufjl Co, D,
Irbi tot j acre of R I !(, I'jl.alj, Kju Hi
ail. Jitiw Hook u fast )8j
I'M PnnJonJHlfc 14 A J iVthy. I. Jan n tgot
forUI'9'41. CuriAhou, Honolulu Oahu S$yj
look ttf. rC Si.
J r Ooir .irij wife t at to J M Orrurt, , Jan
16. iioi, lot M ot crant u4 inj tor lot N, of pram
M?4. Vmng .Street, Honolulu Oahu Con, fnm,
ft Mtj; $)rx, $4000 Hook IT, fee 4)S
CIIOkVum anJlf to (id Scnng. I) Teh if,
toot, tnt. In k 1' 4M. ktil Jj. K.unjp.iU, .Maul,
$i8t jo, Hook at?, rak' )?.
I H C.KUrt. toClm HCo,kett, D. WtM 1901 Int
In piece UnJ K'aartarJtl. Maul $t Hook si?,
J Cncketi tn Chi HCotkttt, !) Jantt, tt)oi Int
In U I'aij kul 7j Kaanapall, AUul $1150 Book
)IT pJK 136
C ItrownMPMPonJ, Ret. Mar6, tn por U I
1915, 1'unfthou Honolulu, Oahu. fioro Hook it j,
II Kaliie to J Sun l Julv q fy jpant 1 M I
?St kuiST) Mnole k'au Hawaii fi. lUmk an
dear. Landing ft C In APtrry D, Sr 1
lort 1 4 Mink 1, Kalmukl Tract, Honolulu, Oahu
H )lok i.t.T, page 41
Ctl Vllririni hattanJ In AtVfrv I) Mar 8
iuoi. Int inlott j, j. Hock l K'almukl Trait Ho
nolulu, Oahu. M Hook ait, page4j
I M KkliarJanJIiuibanJ In I I AVCanJle I)
Mar8.tr1" P'r ItPijS kul 1919. Walk a re K'm
laupoko, Oahu, Jiji BiX-k jit, page 191
ChnSI)ekyanJlfe in W Woltcn, !
h i. lott 8 to at Inc u U liikk 18 loti 1 t.i
8 v ij&H MiNkiq, CcIomere Trad Honolulu
Oahu $6)w Hook au p'K4T.
Nahuinact it to LI 1c(.anJlet, 1) Teb j8 tt.
Int In I iate I olrkaua K'uoluo, I wa Oahu $tj
Hook ai? page )o,
Kahll anihutanJ to L L AUCanJIes l Mirj
1901, Int in UIMm kul fn U P 48 kul 8i Kp
MSittut w6. U p4Tkul6of4 fin, Katauan, Lwa
Oahu, fujo. Hook jit. page .
W C VeJ m anl wile tn Wm Wolter. Cnrrectl in.
Mar 1, iflui SuNtltule Hock 1 lof Mock , Kewalo
iri, iionuruiu ujiiu hook t j. page 08
t v.. . . v r- u r t.i t. . 1 l
1 J Vi'lJ10 KoV C,off?S;.,.a K'J. I(;4 wi.
leasehoUAhupuaakeahuole.NKina, Hawaii lno
C Hrewer X. Co LtJ ti CrmUt A C.n AM
Mar !. ivqi Mtg Amerkan Sugar Co Lti rn real ti
personal piupert) Molokal, ijr ow U ok 4
A J Derby anJ wife lo C Uron Tr M lehi ioi
por R P iqij I'unahou, Honolulu Oahu ttooo j
rsfr tK percent hook ii ragvgi
J M Kauahikaua et al to Wung Kwal I Peb i 5
coi LanJs at I'ulirtrrlkl k'oolauloa Oahu tor.
from Jan t ijj (6 i!xptrn Hook 119 rage .
RECORDED MARCH 13, 1931.
LauClionriH tkVune, Al. v.rS .-, i pe-.
lani corner Kin,: & Kekaulikv Strielv llm.lulu
Oahu Jex. ll.Mktio paerr
J Kaalatiua ani tife to I) Kaalaliua I) Aujij
S,S por r;rjnt tii & kul r,6j VVaikele Ltva O.hu.
li Ho ik n(. pate im.
J M K'jualiikaua ani Mile liVVonKwal M iep
a8 tvi Inl inkulviriT 8tl ,ti .ill l',l ,v?w
ani kult .u- r-v. 441?. 4ll &. 107T1 Tunilju.
K'oolauloa Oahu $ib i jnw 11 per vent
Ilojs BpliVade lintcrtnlned.
The llojs' IlrlKitilo was entertained at
V. SI. 0 A. Iinll last nlsht by the
klnilergartou teachers. A inosram wits
rendered :is folliiws
1. Chorus (ul The MacUmllh
(li) There's 11 Wee Little Nest.
SIUs Helen Desha
Shadow Pictures The Ilallad of
Solo Miss Lena Itoscnarn
Hemline ....Miss Helen Knli.ilcahu
Solo SIlss Helss
I'm cf I'ox nnd llnhhlts.
llnuitllatt Souk (n)
(1)1 Alohn Oe...
It Is n Ileal Pl(nsnr tn 11a to spe.ili
favorably of I'AIN-KII.I.i:it, Known al
most universally to ho a Ktmil nnd sail'
remiily for burns ami other pains
tho Imily It Is vnltinulp not only
colds In winter, hut foi various sunini
roniMnlnts nml shoiilil ho lu ceiy
fa 111 II' The disunlt) vv lili It ili'timnds
It may mine unav are Christian Ad
vocate. Avoid substitutes, there. Is hut
one 1'oln-KIUcr, I'erry Davis", 1'rlco
2oc anil 50c.
On and After the 2nd of March
messaRts In plain lannuaKe will be accept
ed for transmission between the
places mentioned below :
K.i L.uu, Molulidl
M.iun.tlci, L.ui.il; ami
The clnrue for such messie vv III be at
Ihe rateof JOcenU per word of I5lttle-s,
minimum cl.ave $2, until further notice
When telephone toMievilons are avail
able mess.es uuy be handed to the tek
phore coinp.inv to be firvvarded to dell-n.-iti.vii'i
ether than those mentionej above. ,
In olh r casts specLI messthKers may'
Ihe cost of 'ptviil delivrrv is not hi'
eluded In the clurne.it 30 vents tervvord 1
If the cost Is IviioHii It must be paid oy
the sender vv hen the message Is Inuded In.
If unknown, it must Le paid by the jj-1
dressee vv hen the message Is dellv ered.
Honolulu Office, Magoon Mock.
Art Bmbroldery Taufiht.
Vfissons In AHT KMI1HOIDERY T.I1
us gl, -en by Mrs. II. 11. Williams at the
City Furniture Store, Tort street
Vlrst Class stamping dons
MUS. II. II. WILfJAXe.
McBryde Sugar Company, Lid.
The Annual Meetlnn of ths McBrvJs
Sugar Company, Ltd., will te htlJ In the
oftice of the Chamber of Commerce at lo
a. m. on rKIDAY, MARCH nd.
The slock transfer books will be closed
between the ;th and 22nd Inst
GEORGE V. DAVIES,
The aJjourned Annual Meetlnc of the
sto:kholders of the INTblMSLAND ST1 AVI
NAVIGATION COMPANY, LTD., will be
held at the office of the company, Queen
street, on Monday, March 25th, 1901, at
10 o'clock a. m.
C. H. CLAI'P,
Honolulu, March 12, loot. i78tVnt
Stockholders are hereby notified that ths
Foufth Assessment of 5 per cent or two and
one-half dollars per share on the Capital
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payabls
July 1st, at the office of the undersigned,
tl 1 Fort street. J.H.FISHER.
Act. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Ca.
Honolulu. June 1. 1000. i;;a
Goa Sang Kee, of Kohala, has sold his
Dry Goods Store and Pololu Kong Sing
Wal Rice Plantation to G. C. Aklna. After
the 12th day of March, 11501, G. C. Aklm
will be responsible for all moneys made or
lost In the business On the :2nd of
March, 1901, Goo Sang Kee will return to
China. Those who have debts against
said Goo Sang Kee, contracted before
March 12, 1901, will present them for pay
ment before he leaves the Islands. He will
not be responsible for debts contracted after
he has left the Islands.
Election ot Officers.
At the Annual Meeting of the stock
holders of the OAHU TUILWAY &
LAND COMPANY, held at the rooms of
the Honolulu Chamber of Commerce, on
Tebruary 25. loot, the following officers
and directors were elected to serve for the
S. C. Allen President
J. H. Atherton . . . First Vice-president
V. F, Allen . .Second Vice-president
A. V. Van ValUenburg-. .Secretary
M. P. Roblnston Treasurer
W G. Ashley Auditor
W. M. Graham DlieJor
Elmer E. Paxton Director
H. M. Von Holt Director
V. F. Dillingham Director
A. W. VAN VAI.KENBURG,
Honolulu, March 2, loot. i7?8-jt
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FIRST CIRCUIT,
Tetrltory il Ha all. At ctiamreri. In piobatf In
tht matter ol the estate uf Jatub Jurgenten, JeieattJ
On res Jlng anl Tiling the petition ani accounts nt the
administrators uf the estate ol sal J JeceaeJ, rercln
he asks that his accounts te examlneJ anJ approv!
ani that a final crier t-t male of distribution of the
properts remaining in his hanis to the person there-
to entitled, ani Jiscturglrg film frcm all further re-
iPrIHllty as such administrator
h uorierei that Monia. the Stli day of April. A.
D 1O0, at Un o clt,k in.il the Court lpom of
lha aalj Court al lloiolulu. UlanJotO.hu bcanJ
llw aamt hcrrby it aprolnKJ a Itif tlmt an J placa
lor belt tg a.iJ rciHIon anJ accounti, tni (tut all
rcraonl IntrrtfttJ may thi ani Inert appear anJ
.now raute, It an lhy have, vhyrteaame aoull
nol rt ffrantej, ani may prevent evIJenceai t'i ho
are enlltlei ti the tali property.
Ilurolulu letruary ej, r9r
Uy Hie Court.
IT-T-Mch r S.t; ti Clrrk
Notice to Creditors.
The cniervlpnei having been July appointed Ex
ecutorv anJ Lvevutrlt levpectlvety ot thecttate ul
I jarnet A II trrvr Jeveatvi late ot Honolulu. Oim.
notice Is hereby given to all creiltort to prevent ttilr
lalmt acalnvl tali Jam A Hopper Ju'y ault.en-
ticatej Kith pioper voucliert, II anv exlvt, even II th
claim It trrurei py rfortciee uron real ettate totha
unJtr.Ism J at their otttce on 1 oil tlreet Honolulu,
Oahi Hittiln tit montht Irom the JaieM the tittt
publication hrreof, nr they will Pe tt revtr barreJ.
Honolulu Oahu, lebruary itt. A D , 1901.
WILLIAV) L. HOI'PER,
E. WILIS I'CIKRSUN, ani
Cxecutoit ani LxeculrU ol the ettate ol Jamet A.
Hopper, ieceavei i,51-iit)tw
Estate of William Dudley Hunt.
EXtXITKIX NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The undersigned, ha Ing teen Jul, apro'ntei Eie
cuiM ol the lll of W.LLIAM DUDLEY HUNT,
Jeteased, by oiier of Hon A S, Humphreys, First
JuJge ot the First circuit Court
Notice Is heret gl.cn t ) all persons having claims
against the said estate to present the same, (with
proper vouchers, If any exist), duly authenticated,
hethir secured by mortgage or oherwlse, lathe
undersigned, at the ofruenl le erson Ac Matthcman,
Attorncs, ij Kaahumanu street. Honolulu Oahu.
within six months from this dtte, or they will be tor
All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to
make settlement wit, the undersigned
CxecutrU of tho wl I of William Duilr Hunt.
Dated Hi nululu T II., February to, 1901
lTt I t, t.
' VahenYan W&qfe & H;ig
,.R1N0 UP THK.
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
,.H8 KOKT tJIKKFT.
SUlile 'Phono, 477
Hack Stand 'Phonos, 310 and 7f 1.
0. II BKL1.IJ1A.
Druye for Freljiht
Our representative meets all Incoming
steamers frotr the Const ?"dvve check
baccai'.e on all outroliiR steamers.
While and Slick Said For Sale
Office v ith Kvenlng Hulletln. 210 Klnp
street. I el. SO.
W. LARSEN, Vf't.
A NEW LINE JUST HECblVED.
Gold Filled Spectacle Frames
Just the thing for this climate.
H. G. BIART,
lEWbLEH, 1010 FORT ST.
The Evening DullsUa, 71 avtnU pu