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above Rocky Hill, adjoining Manoa Road
Superb residence lots 100x1 ?0
and 200, at surprisingly low
j- ami in to S24uu.
on the followinglLIBERAL TERMS ,
Qoly one-third cash
One third In one year ; one third in two years with
Interest at 6 per cent.
FIRST SALB OF LOTS
SATURDAY, MARCH 23rd, 1901
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McCIellan, Pond & Co., Castle & Lansdale,
Office 403, Judd Building. Office Opposite Post Office.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The iteamera ot this line will arrive and le&re this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA Men. 23
SONOMA Apr. 2
MARIPOSA Apr. 13
VENTURA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 4
SIERRA May 18
MARIPOSA May 25
SONOMA June 4
In connection with the sailing ot
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA Mcb. 27
VENTURA Apr. 2
MARIPOSA Apr. 17
SIERRA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 3
SONOMA May 11
MARIPOSA May 29
VENTURA June 4
Great Crowds Visit
Real Estate VirsieA-Beats .,
Tho ward room ndlcers of the II. n.
M. S. Warspite entertained the follow.
Ing at luncheon nlmanl the Warspite
yexlordny: Messrs: W. Porter Iloyd.
Frank May, Cockburn, OgR. Ilrown.
CcorsP Paris. Wm. Soncr. Paymaster J Antonio
Hall. U.S. K.. Mackenzie, C. M. V. For-.R Kauhane
ster, and Wm. Thompson.
Instruments filed for record Mar 18, tool.
First Party Second Party Class
G Kallo S Kamie O
J R Wilson Volcans Stables & Trans
portation Co Ltd A I.
B Naholowaa et al bakal et al L
J lores Jr Kel
P Kanliane U
K Kaumaea E Walaholo
the above steamers the agents are pre-
Aftcr luncheon, great crowds visited j Carminos& wf Ft link, of Hllo Ltd
the Wnrsidto nnd tho officers busied ! v1?uana . . . k ".. al
fared 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 ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. 6. Irwin & Co., Limited.
if OHNERAL AQENTS OCEANIC B. B. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
ttoldenul and Oriental Steamship Co, 0 Tojo Klstn Kalsba
luuwi l IS sbem coat aoi HI call al Honolulu aaa laava tlla aort as at aaaat tta .
. fatal talow aiaBtloaao i....
For Japan and China:
For San Francisco:
amtca Mara ... March m Gatllc t , Mitch 16
eu.Imv March ol tlnntkonr Miru: ...... Marctltl
tiullc April 6 China , ....... AtiU
Hongkong Mara 4 .rnl 16. Doric , .Arrlle
China. , . t.Arrll f4MrronMaiu Artll 10
tot laoaral loforraaon tpy
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents.
. .. ... ......!.. .itath. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
'" i . :---"--":-- r. : .: u.-.:r. i r u.i.r. .. n.i.k...
aan varKovrafi B. ... aoa ayaoay, n. a. w., ihuhibmi . iviwii. w, .. ....... H,,.VH..
BUB AT HONOLULU oaoratoaltbo dalM btfow iut4 via i
themselves with tho pleasure of Bhow
Ing tho Honolulu people tho various
parts of tho warship and her nrma
ment. In the morning tho Admiral, who Is
a devout Human Catholic, came ashore
and attended mass at the Catholic
Cathedral. Among the men of tho War
spite, not u member of either tho
Church of Kncland or the Roman
Catholic Church, came ashore and at
tended tho services at the Methodist
In (his connection It might lie said
that, In both the Army nnd Navy of
Great Ilrltaln, there Is n vast deal of
what might be termed religious tolera
tion, for .Instance, If there happen to
be nny men nboard a Ilrltlsh vessel of
war who belong tn churches other than
the Church of England, they are al
lowed to go ashore and attend the
churches of their choice, In charge of
an officer or officers as the case may bo.
Lieut, fichowell of tho Marino Corps
of tho Wnrsplte, Is n nephew of C. M.
V. Korster of this city.
Lieut. Clinmberlnln has quite a repu
tation as mi nctnr..
Tho commander of tho Wnrsplto Is
one of tho youngest men In tho British
navy holding n commission as captain.
It ci'iinot mo said that the Warsplto is
behind tho times. Uven such nn un'
S 1 Shaw Tr
M Polapola & wf
J W Kahoiwal
RECOHDED MAKCll n, loot.
T H Hazel to 11 G Junkln, D, Jan 14,
iqoi; por grant 3976, UUa, I'uiu, Hawaii.
J500. Book 222, page 55.
T H Hazel to H G Junkln, D, Jan 14,
. C...I .. ..A tf. .11. f"ktn4
KTna, Hawaii. w. Book ", 'pgl '5,., Jn.p and led the bay. At the live
A special meeting of the stockholders of
Inter islanl telegraph Li., UJ.,
held TUESDAY, MARCH 19. at 4 p. m.,
In the room of the Stock Excnanze.
. WALLACE R. PARKING ION,
Honolulu, March 1 j, 1901. i7V4t
R P 4&;i.
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C.
Far Brlabaoa aa4 Sydoay 1
Warrlmoo Mar. 16
Mlovera April n
Aoraacl , May 11
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANB
F01 Victoria aa4 VaocosTW (B.C.):
Aorisl 1 April
1 M Vlelra and husband to L
and husband, U, Dec), 1900;
kill ill, Hilo, Hawaii. f3.
I LKekahikoand hmlund toDKeolaet
al, D.Feb 9. 1001; Int. In RP4G9I. kul
ib,Puueo, Hllo, Hawaii, fioc.
L Kalelkau to Ah Yee, L, Sept 21, 1809;
R H s)6i, kul 44)2. Pallia, Waihee, Maul.
10 yrs from date (a, io.
RECORDED MARCH 12, 1901.
J BMaiplneplneetal tn H P Baldwin,
D, Mar 6 1901: Int. In R 1' itf), kul (.524
Mallepal &c, Kanapall, Maul. (125. Book
K Kuhla to S Kelilnol, D, Nov 6, 1900;
Int. In Hul Land ot Pealif. Maul. 1 75. Book
217. page 395-
L Kaplhe to S Kelilnol, Ktl D. Feb 12,
iq.i;li.t. in Hul Land I'eatil, Maul, M.
Book 217, page 39O.
A Lemon (Mrs) to Kltagiwt et all, L,
Apr iq, K;oo; li ' 1 1, Kaakaukukul, Hono
lulu, Oahu. 8 vis. 8 months from Ma 1,
1900, at S10 per mo. Book 218, page 104
K Knluii.i and husband to J U Uwekoo
lanl, D Mar 7, iqoi; Int in grant 12)8
Kaualo, lloniiaula, Maul, fjo.
S Kelilnol and wife to Maul R R &
The race between Vlrgle A nnd Ag
gravation nt Kuplolanl park Saturday
afternoon was, although slow, one of
tho very best that has been run off here
for 11 long time. Both horses wcro In
flno fettle, the track was good uud
ever) thing seemed to bo propitious.
There was quite a crowd of tho sport
Ing fraternity out to see tho raco and,
so far as excitement Is concerned, they
got their money's worth. The horsca
stnrted out together and hung right be
side each other. Aggravation n sllgh
distance ahead. As far as the thren
eighths, Aggravation was still n half n
ilmiiii llliean, it rcmiy luunt'ii jiii at
tho world as If tho bay would win. The ajioumed Aimual Meethag of ihe
1 . i,. .1.;. .h i.ii, .., sto.kholdersof the INTIIUSLAND STLAM
.1 -..a j... ...., ...... ... .n .w.... NAVinATir)- r.oMi'ANY. LTn.. win be
held at the office of the company. Queen
street, on Monday, March 25th, loot, at
to 0 ciock a. m.
C. H. CLAPP,
McBryde Sugar Company, Ltd.
The Annual Metting of th; McBrvde
Sugar Company, 1 td., will be held In the
office of the Chamber of Commerce at 10
a. m. on FUIDAY, MAKCll 22nd.
The stock transfei books will be closed
between the 7th and 22nd Inst
GEORGE F. DAVIES,
eighths, VlrRle A was nearly a length
nhead. Oploplo, who was riding Ag
grnvatlnn. sought to make up tho illf-1
fcrcneo by driving his mount to tho lit- Honolulu March 12, 1901
most. Just at this time, Nichols, wiio
was riding Vlrglo A wns sunn to pull
his mount a llttlo aside. Oploplo saw
Stnrkhnlilpr .irp hrrrhv notified lhaf tha
his chanco nnd started for the open . poufth Assessment of 5 per cent or two and
spaco between the fence nnd the other one-half dollars per share on the Capital
hnrso. It appeared that this was Just, Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
what Nichols wanted for V.rgio A was' A CO.LTD., I, due andayabl.
seen tn ngaln closo In toward the fene. 1 4tI port street, J. H. FISHER.
A pocket wns thus formed and Oploplo i.ctg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co.
and Ihs horso wero In It. Tho native Llml'edl, ....
then pulled up nnd tried to get around j
on the nutsldo but tho rnco had already
been won. It wns too late nnd the black
.. ....... a... .U. 1
passed over 1110 11110 niiiy inu u-hkwi tmF OCEANIC S S CO'S S Si
nhcad of Aggravation. ' ''zuaLANDIA" ill be due'at Honolulu on
It Is estimated that fully $3,000 the 21st of March, anj will take freight
changed hands on tho nuo. Tho rac and cabin passtngTS as customary, leaving
Itself was for a sweepstnko of $1,000.
Honolulu. June 1, 1000.
' IIMt U(
tcktti Uiud from Hoaololu to Ctot4, Uilt4 9Utt a4 Borop.
Dtrti lotornitioo. ppiy 10
For Yf$M 4
Thco. H. Davles&Co.,Ltd., GcnMAficnte
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK. PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
S. S CALIFORNIAN, 6,000 Ions, to sail early In April
.S OREGONIAN 6,oootons, tosall
S S AWfcRICAN, 6,000 tons, to sill
S. S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, tosall -
Freight received at company's wliaif. 42J Street, South BrooUlln.at all times.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
.... .i.i . .i. . mi. ima Steameshlo Co. D. Asr 7. loot: int.
beaue':,.;;; to ,7a 7h. w-rlS Mljgjlif IW.IM-1. -
KlnB. 00a uicss mm s.imu uUl u.o- .. ,,..,,,1 , , , Fip., 1 . Feh 1.
tlnctly In a prominent place. ' l90I. pie;ela:id Punchbowl Street, Hono-
Tho offlrcrs of tho visiting warsplto lulu, Oahu. 20 yrs from l-eb I, iqoi, at
nlli hnvr. their' hands full this week. J75-
They havo nil manner of Invitations to RECORDED MARCH 13, 1901.
social functions ono of the principal H F Monsarrat and husband to W C
.11. .111 i. I,,. QiirlnerH1 ball In Lunalllo Lstate, N, Mar 11. 1001, por lot I
of which wilt ho tho Shrlners linn in wl4 B-of Rran't ,40Oi Kulaikahua, Ho-
tho Drill Shed Wednesdny night. nolulu. Oahi'. $3000, 3 yrs at 8 per cent.
Book 220, p-ge 63,
over 1 -
The judges wero Chns. P. Wilder,
ndgnr Ilnlstoad nnd J. 11. Shaw. Bon
nie Judd and Prank Hnlstead held th
watches nnd Larry Deo waved thn flag
Mr. Deo was assisted by Charles New.
Franclico on or about the 27th
G. IRWIN & CO ,
Oceanic S. S. Co
Honolulu. March H. iqoi. l78o-td
"Is thnt n now Don Quixote
thcro? 1 mean tho ono with tho goose
nulll laiuo and tho stuffed club"'
"Well, not exactly That's llopkliv
son Smith. He's on his wny to hatter
tho llfu out of 'Uliclo Tom's Cabin.' "
j VthenYaa W&qt & ig
.niNO UP THK.
!'k,MiVtViiiii'iiiVii'rVir. ,,,2 to carf y
!i HAGIC r.p-Twoyto
I WAlFltiSS 5 ..ohc
ftlfffftfffffpff)'$l', 10 casta ull ilroitirl.t.
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
,.818 FQHT HTHKKT
Dysnensln can bo. nnd Is cured by
tho lino of PAIN-KILLKR. This Is tho
most wnnderfiil nnd vnlunblo medlclno
over known for this disease; Its action
upon tho system Is entirely illtTerenl
from any other preparation over
known, Tho patient whllo taking this
medlclno may eat anything the nppetlto
craven. Avoid substitutes, theie Is but
0110 Paln-Klller, Perry Davis' Prh'o
25c. nnd COc.
Notice to Creditors.
Stable 'Phono, iV
Hack Stand 'Phones, SID hiU 7i
0. U. BELLINA.
DrnvR Yon Freliilit
Our representative meets all Incoming
steamers from the Coast ?id we check
baggage on all outgoing steamer.
White and Black Sand For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin. 210 Klnc
street. Tel. 86.
W. LARSEH, HYr.
ThtunJmlcneJ t)avlnc bwn iuly irrolntti Ec
r(L)tor nd EnefuiiU TekfrctUrly dI th c uit ui
Jirrii A H'ippvf, JeceawJ, lilt ol Honolulu, Othu,
nolle li Iwrcby (rlvn to all cr Jltor t ('Mnt ihtlf
clilmnln.t lalJ Jimi A Hofprr, duly auilwn
tir(4 ('li pioprr ourhfr, II fv nlt rrn It th
rlalmti trurr4 by rroiieiet Wn trat ttnr tn h
unJrlfnJ at their ufiuc on ) urt irt llonolu u,
0lu within tt rnottht from ih Sr t h tirtt
publlcition hffoff nr they will r f rert hmeJ.
Ilonululu Oatu. Itr-rujrv it A D , 1901.
WILLIAM I MOIll .
D. WILIS I'HrRSNi ni
LxKJtorf nj FkecLfrlt of th ute ot Jimrs A.
jhtrt Jff4lJ I .lltMtw
HAWAII SI1IMPO SUA
The Pioneer Jipanere Printing office,
The Publisher cf "HAWAII SMMPO,',
- lh. only dally Japanfi. paper putlUhai
In tb. r.rrllory ot H..ll
Y. SOGA, Editor.
C. SH107,AWA, Proprietor
tST Editorial and Printing OrTice, near
King bridge King street. P. O Box (07,
11 mil lllilfraital 'llf'llllalafiSSalMiill . ll