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BOSOM A June 1
Jn connection itfa tbe catling of
pared to laaue, to Intending paM.er.crr, coupon through ticket by any rail
road from Sao Kranclcco to all point la tl United But, and from N
Work by njr ateamiblp lln to all Burpan porta.
FOB rt'HTJIBK 1'AHTICn.AUO AITLT TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
teettcitil til Orieiul SteutUf Co. e Tojo ii Kiltbt
i will call
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H. IfickftU & Co., Ltd., Agents.
Cu&diau - Australian Royal Vail Steamship Company.
mmm Mm. raMkf la aacM M a CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
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Thco. M. Pa vlcn &
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YOKK. PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
S. S CALIPORNIAN, Gxroton. to nil early In April
.S OREOONIAN, Ojootons, to Mil
S S AMERICAN, 6.009 tons, to sail
S.S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 ton, to tall
Freight received at company' wharf. 42J Street, South Brooklln, at all times.
For further particular apply to
C. P. M0R8B,
General I rlfcht Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Lines of Travel
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ACHOSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
TWf TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet. Smok'
Inc and Library Can, with Brber
Shop and Pleasant Readme Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals rfa-carte)
Pullman Ordlnarv Sleeoer.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Aient,
1)5 Third itreet, Portland, Oregon,
u. w. mi 1 Mi-m-r.. uenera Arenr.
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco,
K. L. LOMAX, G, P. Bl T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
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Far Vklana aa VaatMrar I a. C):
Avifl April to
Mu.ru, Mir I
A.Kml ..,,, July
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M'iri Aufuil il
A Umhmd Kuim mmA BaaaMa. hi toli .
Co. Ltd., Cen'l Amenta.
Bw ud line DMlen.
HAS A TIM: LINE OF
Wines. Liquors, Etc,
FOH SALfc BYTHHGLASS OR BOTTLE
J. K. JYleracberg.
iMrOBTNBI, AMD WUOLBAI.a
iriiB ail Limor Dealer.
At Mia (w a BaBM Rikilar Saw of aM
NO. 19 If DUANTT fSTHRBT
r.Mar Blatk. Hoi.iutv. Hawaii. Iiubd.
CO. Ron it. MirtMl Talaa y.
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 Lace
If a fine drink of anything there
is In the city Is wanted, the
Mint Is the place to go.
A brer garden', a Tine reading
room, and a spacious ana airy
bar room are just a few
of tne attractions.
J, II. McDonougli Is the man
ager. His assistants are W.
Hilary. Bonnie Lemon
and Wally Davis.
If tou call once, you will call
No Beer to Burn,
But Beer to Beat the Band
LAUOU INVOICE OF......
IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE
It Ims'nt come to stay j It's golne
fast, but them's more com-
L. II. DEE, Prop.
Tile Whole Story
In one letter nitwit
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to mw ms
CJItor KirnltiK llullitln On Mon
day tbv Ulh In.t tbe writer in the
iraiarlty of pall brcaicr altMidn) a
funeral at IVarl City whoe nt voir
r Jili r iloiilitltn know- int riinnti. ar
now- rompulkory unilvr lli rtKUlatlona
of the Hoard of llralth.
There were four funcraU en rout.- for
the aame dettlnatlon on that day rind
the remain were all tarried In the
mortuary compartment of tbe funeral
coach "Charon" of the O. It. A.- t.. Co
Kor Hie enllKbtrnment of tbote of
your reader who bare been fortunate
enough to etcape a trip to It'ipuiul
Orov In the "Charon" I would ayi
The "Charon." which travel by rail
aud not acrorc the Htyx, io divided Into
two compartment, the forward one be-
Ing tb repository of tin dead, octupy-
Ing about n third of tho apace of the
coach; the latter two-thirds Is of tbei',n
ordinary day coach design, equipped
with reversible seats for tbe accommo
dation of the tniiiirnTt. Iletween the
two compartments a portiere curtains
the casket from the gaze of the living,
but I awaypd by Hi nub of air nx tbe
train nlunze on Ita wa. I
One of the corpses, that of a native,
waa In an advanced state of de:omiosl-1
Hon and the stench therefrom was soi
overpowering that we were ;Ii1Ik0 to
keep the windows wide open although j
a cold rain was driving lu from the
nmuka side. The smell was sickening.
aud 1 would like to ask wbv there lh no (
official supervision tc prevent rub dis
gusting occurrence. I the undertaker 1
at fault Is the blnmc attrlbutabli) to
the Hoard of Health? or do the railroad
officials deserve censure? There mostj
certainly Is responsibility komewbero. 1
Now I have seen, during the it- yum
of my life n number of cemeteries, but
I have never seen one to compart. In
some respects, with the one dlgnllled
by that name nt 1'carl City. Th-re have
been numerous advertisements In the
local pupcrs of thl "God's Acrt." and
one would perhaps picture to them
selves an Ideal spot for a last resting
place when "life's fitful lever" Is over.
Here and there are clumpH of sorghum
Hut. what are the facts'' Tbe place ap
pears like an ordinary cow pasture,
a foot high, tomato vines, weeds that
cover ever)' Inch except that monopoliz
ed by the cereals and annuals arid
the fresh heaped mounds over the poor
remains of mouldering clay. Not one
flowering shrub or drooping willow
not a single blossom to betoken that
here rests all that Is mortal of him
whom Owl created Jn Ills own Image.
Instead n stake numbered us In a pot
ter's field Is all that serves to Identify
the many graves.
The walk from the "station" oppo
site the former pavilion at Itemond
Orove has been strewn for a part of Its
distance to tbe distant craves with sing
,ron. ,,,e areuu, or . '""""
and over this Jugged surface ladlesl
whose French kid hocs arc cut to
pieces by tho sharp projection!, aro 'X ns muure. ji unves uuy i.,u,
obliged to hobblo after tho remains of. kills tho dread rheumatism and ro
their loved one. Where the, cinders stores the wenkned tissue It la mado
nnd slag cease, clay'clods, as hard as tho game as tho Indians mado It ccn
adobe bricks and a plentiful besprlnk- turles ago, out of roots, barks, herbs,
1 1 .. rt I...M.U.. Iliii.n. liA.rln nil ,.n.l (IT ...... I .. .... .... I t..s.wl 1.tv wtntum'a
ling ui nam- mwiit. uvb'H . ..u
the row of graves,
There are no walks worthy of being
called such. The place Is unfenced.
There Is no arch or sign to designate
this place as tho last homo of blm "a
little lower than the angels." Wo stood
around that open grave and before It
was finally rounded up the little funer
al car that brings tho dead from tho
train to the graves came again with the
corpue of the native In Its rough box;
nnd from that box escaped mcphltlc
odors that were nauseating In the ex
treme. Bloody-serum oozed rrom uanu
stained the' white cloth floor or tho
funeral car. Imagine such a sccno If
you can. Wlierc tne last moments 01
that final parting should bo given over
to tho Impassioned, pathetic and sol
emnizing nffectlon for the deadl Think
of n mother whoso nlshts huvo been
filled with anguish, while wntchlng over
her little one, worn out with fatigue
nnd misery, consigning thnt loved ono
to Its parent dust under such hnrrow.
Ing clrriimsfnneen In which there Is not
ono redeeming feature, Personally the
writer Is In favor of cremation ns tho
only rational disposition of tho dead.
Hut, even so. there Is a sentiment In
connection therewith that cannot bo
Ignored. Tho living have, tho right to
Insist that their lovo.l and lost ones
(hall be plnccd In n spot whero around
them bloom the flowers and Blng tho
birds they so loved In their lifetime.
Even the ushes of our (lend, deposited
"benenth the low green tent whoso cur
tain never outward swings." seem more
sacred to us trnn If, In tho cold funereal
urn they are shelved In sumo gloomy
mortuary chapel undecked by floral
(lentlemen of tho Pearl City C'omo-
tery Association, would you like to tnke
tho Myitlo Shrlners sojourning among
us to thnt wretched wilderness yclept u
cemetery, and nak them to contrast
Hint with tho Now Helvetia's and
Oreenwoud's they hnvo known. I trow
The Ileretanlu Tennis Club will glvo
a griinil concert nt tho Operu House
tho evening nf April 12, Tho best In-
I cal talent will appear on tho program.
ROMANCE IN DEATH
Rail l'liHr, Mrh II A MMf of
lhnftixl tipiHuin-t, lll( a tragk ndug
Ii. Jul l-n brought to light, tl hi
HlC 4y nf HIIP tf III HMHy W. he) M
Hi lrm life with lb aHtiMntc nf llw llkt'
lie JaliHtu Among llioi olio fuuml a
watery ntnp nl Hie wiwin to the.
(Milrli Hale wn ouhk Cbatlc C. I
jurat lto man rrtHriilHR in ('nliriirnl! innmnit that hr runclmlisl In mnkn
Infier n ira Bluttiro lu tin- Hawaiian jnn rttntl to tflkf iwimwkc on tbo Hlo.
I ltlaiicU for the mriuc o( lakliiR aTbi Mirt linil nli.id- left hr moor
Ibrldo iHwlf with him. I.ohb dln)wl Ihro ntit wna alimly aniiiRlnit Into the
Irtlera jum irclcd by hi jomir.r atrenm whrn n boat waa (en hanllly
balf-brother. W.aley MiHire, anil hit
foatcr mother. Mr K V. Iienul. who
nlile at 11 flbulwell atrcet. reveahd
the purpuric of hi hurried anil unex-IKM-ted
trip home The letter had been
directed to a former milium and wer
lint recehed until wrcka after the ntory
of the Itlo hud thrilled the rvibknt
of the city.
Jacoi. who wn it year of age. waa
lwiklnK forward with eager anticipa
tion to the time when he koiiM ncnln
be among hi friend for n nhort time
and ce once more a girl around whom
centered hi fondeat hopea for the fu
ture. Hi name appearing among the
leerage panenger who were but wa
the llrrt Intimation that he was on
turd the Ill-fated Itlo. While regie
tered a n ateerage paaaenger. Jacox
was enjoying, according to survivors, j struck, toward the bow. which was nl-first-class
cabin and fare, and he had ready under water. He was strong and
resnrtpil til this snhtprfticp Sll Ihnt Ills nrttvn nnit n pnml .ivlmmpr nnit hi.
name would not appear In the reported (
l)st of arrivals. Jacox had been ordered
frmn iintIii ii,i, i. ii,n '
tnsuranco company in whose employ oa
DELIVERY OFjI. S. MAILS
Complaints have been coming In of
late as to the mall service In the Dis
trict of Kan, Islnnd of Hawaii, From
nil accounta. It would scm that every
thing else, even the ox teams, have th
right of way over Un-1, Sam's mall.
One particular Instance of flagrant ne
glect and inexcusable carelessness came
to light about n fortnight or so ago.
Three, bugs of mall were sent from
this port to Hllo. by wuy of I'unaluu,
Knu, and the Volcana. Tbo mall ar
rived in good shnpo at tne I'alinla plan
tation and wiib placed lu tho regular
stage for transportation to the Volcano
During the coursu of the rocklngs and
rollings of the stage, tho bags fell out
on the road and tho driver probably
In a doze left Uncle Ram's mull In th
dust and dirt. This was picked up
later on and returned to Tahala where,
after three days' waiting. It was sent
on again to Hllo.
In tho meantime, tho Hllo people x
pcctlng Important letters were waiting
natlentlv. knowinc not whero their
mall had become sidetracked for tbe
regular Btcamer had arrived In the
Balny City without tbe letters they
mineral concoctions aro dangerous.
Nature never designed tbcm for heal
ing man. From time Immemorial,
man's healer was purely vegetable;
and from that tlmo to this, nature's
unfailing remedy for rheumatism, and
kindred diseases, was tho same aa
that found In Klcapoo Indian Oil.
Is nnturo's remedy, and acts as kind
. iuiua, icmvs, biitnt:ii.ii iuiu
unerring laboratory. Ita record for
cures Is unparalleled, llcforo civil
lzed man bad heard of It, It kept tbo
natives In perfect health. And slnco
civilized man has known It, tho cate
gory of cures has becomo voluminous.
No other medicine has mado such
cures, because Klckapoo Indian Oil
Is nature's remedy, andna ture stands
back of It, Your druggist has It, or
cah get It. Insist on getting tho gen
uine Klckapoo Indian OIL Hobron
Drug Co., Agents for tho Klckapoo
Q. II. Bcrrey's
otllco, 33 Campbell
Henry H. Williams,
The Progressive Undertaker
of Honolulu with the
The very latest methods em
ployed in caring for the dead.
A lull stock of the best and
up-to-date undertaking noods
Office, 1146 1148 Fort St., Love Building.
Phone Mulii -.. Phone anil Nlht Cull, White 8811
llcsldcnce I.J75 FortSt , below Vineyard.
wt and. Hfig aneriher Hir ftbaetiro
III Hi'Kt. Iiii reattlrH Id make n
hanty I r I himie rM If) and pelMtada
.bit awrtthNirt to fttnirtit In n bailr
marrl nnd tlitn latum with hlni to
the n of III labor.
Fate teeimm in bftv n band In bit
niinrmenln. fiir It ita only at lhr lam
to leave the wharf and oon , Jaeox
waa olongtlde. bag and Imggage, mid
n.klng to be taken aboard With what
atieraaa Jacox'a wooing woulil have mot
I questionable, a tte young lady In
lta that there wa ho definite under
atandlng between them. In the let
ter received, howeter, lie told hll
mother that In all probability he would
Join the rank of the benedlrta during
hi abort stay here.
On board the Itlo he made many
friend. He waa one of the first pal
sengera up on that last morning. Mis
Itlpley. one of tbe survivors, says that
when sbo came on deck there were no
passengers out except Jacox. who was
fully dressed. The last seen of him
wa by Freight Clerk Knglehardt. who
saw him running after the boat had
friends think that something must
have struck him. rcnderlne him uncoil-
viim nn.i dm. phi iM nil piinnpu n
Vice President Roosevelt said:
"The history of free government Is
In n largo part th ehlstory of those rep
resentative legislative bodies In which,
from tho earliest times, free govern
jment bus found Its Iqftlest expression.
They must ever hold a peculiar and
.exalted position In the record which
I tells how the grcnt nations of the
world have endeavored to achieve and
. preserve orderly freedom. No man enn
render to his fellows greater service
than Is rendered' by him who, with
fearlessness nnd honesty, with sanity
nnd disinterestedness, does his life's
I work i.e a member of such a body. Es
pecially Is this the case when theLegls
latino In which the service Is rendered
Is a vital part of tho governmental ma
chinery of ono of those world powers
to whose bunds In the course of the
ages Is entrusted a leading part In
shaping tho destinies of mankind. For
weal or for woe, fur good, or for evil.
Hint is true of our own mighty nation.
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Great privileges and great powers are
ours, and heavy are the responsibilities
that go with theso privileges and theso
powers. Accordingly ns wo no wen or
III, so shall mankind In the future bo
raised or cast down.
"We belong to a young nation, al
ready of giant strength, yet whoso
present strength Is but n forecast of tho
power that Is to come. We stand su
preme In a continent. In a hemisphere.
East and west wo look across tho two
great oceans townrd tho largest world
life In which, whether we will or not,
we must take an ever-Increasing shnre.
And, as keen-eyed we gnzo Into the
coming years, duties, new und old, rlso
thick and fast to confront us from
within and without. There Is every
reason why we should face these duties
with a sober appreciation alike of their
Importance nnd of their difficulty. Hut
thero Is also every reason for facing
them with high-hearted resolution and
eager and confident faith In our ca
pacity to do them aright. A great work
lies ready to tho hund of this genera
tion: It should count Itself happy, in
deed, that to It Is given tho privilege of
doing such a work. A leading part
therein must bo taken by this, the aug
ust and powerful legislative body over
which I have been called to preside.
Most deeply do I appreciate the privi
lege of my position, for high. Indeed
Is tho honor of presiding over the
American Senate at the outset of tbo
TO CUIUS A UULU IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Uromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if It
falls to cure. E. W. drove's signature
is on each box. IS cents.
Imtiimtnti MtJM itM Mir it, mux.
riMt I'aily !siiii l'My Ulan
U 1. 1IMhtr.batn
C II HflHfM
U Max- Mti Mile
S K Mima IN
N Ut'Jm Crtf
M It MfdUu I)
I W Ktlimm
Sft l' Wki
it 11 11
W II Kalino
CM Swain ,V wf
Instruir.eHtt filed for rfniJ. Mir it.
I'lrtt I'attv Second I'attv
SCIjwIrIiI .V wf IKI.uka
I1 M txker ,V hm I' J Swtt
A S Cleitlinm E A I'ratt
Ii M I'wtt A Im A S Clf tliflfti
HMavetal 1 W lis J.woltli
A Willi. I TfJt.i Tr et al Kel
I Testa I'r l-lrst Am. Savings V
Tr Co of lliw. I.td M
RECORDED .MARCH lu,
Yabu to Hawaii Territory of
I'ub Works, D, Mar g, toon por
f.47, Walpumlel, Hllo, Hawaii.
HooK aid, page 477.
V Kalmloli to l.ok Slien Ton Soc'y bv
Irs. I., Jan 38, toot: por HI U09, kill
70, Kaumakaptll, Honolulu, Oahu. (
vrs from Aueii, tool, at J7S per an. Hook
j8, page no.
W Kalmlola to Chang Kim, L, Mar, 18,
10011 par R I W) kul 710 Kaumakaplll,
Honolulu, Oahu. 4 yrs at tOo. Hook 218,
t. Clark In W S Edlnis. I., Nov I, lyoo
por grant 080. N Kona, Hawaii, 4 yrs
from date at 5oo. Book 218, page I )
CSpreckelsS: C" to Mcliryde Estate
Ltd ft al. Rel, Mar 16, loots paid up and
.-l'sesslable shares in Mcliryde Sugar Co,
Kauai. 5!t5o,ooo. Book 109, page 476
G Hall to M I. Gordon, L, Feb 18. 1001
i acre In house lot Kalnallu, N Kona,
Hawaii. 20 yr from date at f 20. Book
218, page 135.
C S Desky and wife to V J Amweg, D,
Mar ig. toots lots 541V 55. Pacific Heights,
Honolulu, Oihu. Kjooo. Hook 216, page
W Ahla to S C Allen. M. Mar 18. 1901s
lots 19 & 20, block $A, Kapahulu; 2 lease
lio'ds W.iikahalulu, Honolulu, Oahu.
5400, 2 yrs at 8 per cent. Book 22t( page
RECORDED MARCH 20, trot.
I'uhlulallMli et la to J B Atlitrton, M.
Mar 1$. 1901s por R P 4465. kul sfiq, King
Street, Honolulu, Oahu. f-00. 4 yrs at
0 per cent. HooK 221, page 122.
B Cartwtlght to Ho Pal Yet, Rel. rb
;. loots anana 3. K P66iq. kul 1241. K.v
palama, Honolulu, Oahu. 5250. Book 131
I Noar to It Al Macauley, A L, Feb to,
loot: por apana 2, R P 3G12. kul 818,
Emma Street, Honolulu, Oahu. fjoo.
liuoK 212, page 472.
H C Meyers to W McChesnev. Rel, Mar
20, 1001; por lots 30 Si 28, It P 1654, Ka-
lihl, Honolulu, Oahu. J400. Book 214,
L I. McGmdlfss to R G Moore. Rel,
Mar iq, 1901; lots 4 & 2, block H. of
grant 1400, Kulaokahua, Honolulu, Oahu.
ft. Bunk 317, page 47
P Muhlendurf Tr et al to RG Moore, D.
Mar 10,1001; lots 4 & 23, block B, of grant
3400, Kulaokahua, Honolulu, Oahu. 2)$o
Book 217, page 417.
Estate of B P Bishop to B FOIIllngham
Co Ltd D. Mar 20. 1901; 26-100 acre, Paa-laa-kal,
Wafnlua, Oahu, f 100. Book 217,
THKauwahl to Phneer Mill Co Ltd,
L, Mar 16. 1001; kul 15?, apana 1; kul 525,
apana 1. Kallmaohe, Lahalna, Maul, 5 yrs
from May 15, tgoi, at 8. Book 219, page
Estate of M King to S E Brown, Rel,
Dec 15, 1000; kul 1121C, Ahupuaa, Moakea
Molokal. 5703. 11. Book 131, page 274.
A A Richardson to Olaa Sugar Co Ltd,
D, Nov 5. 1000; light of way for Flume
overland Kukuau 1st, Hllo, Hawaii, f 1.
Book 212, page 474.
C Mac Farlan to Olaa Suear Co Ltd. D
Nov 5, 1900; right ofvwav for Flume over
lot 26, Ponnhawai, Hllo, Hawaii, fi. Book
212, page 475.
Kwonc Chonc Wai Co to llvman Bros.
C M, Mar 20, 1901; 100 tons Paddy, Lale,
Koolatiloa, Oahu. '4000, at 12 per cent.
Book 221, page 120.
LECTURU8 ON ART STUDY.
The lectures by Helene Veeder John
son on Art Criticism, under tho aus
pices of tho Young Woman's Christian
Association nre awakening great In
terst among women. Those who have
already heard Miss Johnson will bo
glad to attend tho next lecuro to bo
given Monday evening at the homo of
Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Coleman nt tho
comer of Klnau and Kaplolanl streets.
Pictures to bo considered nre; "Monnn
Lisa." Da Vinci; "Portrait," Titian;
"Salome," Itegnatilt; "Tbo First Step,"
Millet; "Circe," Burne-Jones; "Klectrl
clty," Do Chavannes; "Madonna of tho
Louvre," Ilottlcclla; "Holy Family,"
Murlllo; "Slstlno Madonna," Raphael;
"St. Anthony and tho Christ Child,"
and Head Stones
Kemember there is no other Mr,
illiams connected with this es-
tabllslmient ; make no more
A Srnl.l Mffllnr nf the lnf?li'll'r
Hie I'lClNriliK MMI. COMI'ANY, LTO.
will be liflJ on tlllfhSDAY, MAW3f
thib. at to . re , at. Die office at MeyM.
II. llhlIJ it Co., Ltl
I7vf' S'iKtatv. I'bmeef Mill C0.1 LM.
I he .UHwrntJ Annual .Mrttlnr, M IM
nl tiK.klMMert of the IMI I' lLAM STIA
iJSAMUATION tiiMI'ANY. LTD., -Alii tal
(jllteM at the tlhce of thecompiny.Queec
vitrei, im .norwav, .liarcii ziiri, ryoiiav
10 I'llotk a. m.
C. II CI.AI'1.
Ilnlulu M.inli 11, irni ;)CV
There will be a special tree ting of tht
strckhoUers of th TI.KKITQR1 SIAIIUA
COMPANY. LTti.. at the ..Rice of Hie cotn-d
panv on King St., Honolulu, o Wednev'
day, the 2;th dav of March, I'sil.attt
o'clock a m.
E. A. MO IT-SMITH.
Ptesldent I err'tory Stables Co., Ltd.
Stockholders are hereby notified that the
FoutthAssessment of i per cent or two ad
jne-half dollars per snare on the Capita)
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
QRAPH CO., LTD., Is due ani payab'
July 1st. at the office of the undersign.
in Fort street. J.H.FISHER.
Actg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co.
Honolulu, June I. looo. ijio
THE OCEANIC, "s. S. CCS S. S.
"ZIALANDIA" wll be due at Honolulu on
the 2lst of March, and will take freight
and cabin passengrrsasaistomy.leavic
for San I-ranclsco on or about the 2?ta
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LTD, Tt
Oceanic S. S. Co.
Honolulu. March 1;. 1001. i7Srtl
Go) Sang Kee, of Kohala, has sold his
Dry Goods Store and Pololu Kong Sine
Wai Rice Plantation to G. C. Akin. After
the lit It day of March, loot, G. C. Akin
will be responsible for all moneys made ur
lost In the business On the 22nd of
March, loot, Goo Sang Kre will return te
China. I bote who have debts against
said Goo Sang Kee, contracted before
March 12, toci, will present them for pay
ment before he leaves the Islands. He wil'
not be responsible for debts contractedaita
he has left the Islands,
In th DIMrlct Court ol th L'nluJ Sum lor C
TmilurvotH.ar.il In U m.ttir ol J A Uuttrr-
'""' ""J "J1-
TO THE CHCDITOHS OP THE AllOVl
NAM hi) IIANKKUIT
Notke If h.rrty glten Ih.t mcvt'nr oltvnnvj
anj unKlirtJ crrdltor. nt J. A tlun.rt.ld, a ta.lk
rupt, Milt tr Ml at the ott-ce ol F E th.iate.Ai,
ttmrtc In U.nkruptcy, In lh. M.xtion UulMac.
M.rctianl St , Honolulu, on Saturday, ihe ran .r
ol March Initant, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon. I,r
lh purpoM ot dltculng tti question rl the tat. ut
the property ol the tali Pankrupt, anJ to arrive .la
aettl.inent ol the Jlsrotltlon ol the proceed! ol tat
ale a. t1e n .Kured and unMCuieJcrrdltrvki
order that the property may Pe kol1 lire Iromlacua
Hanci. tubicci to the approval ol the U S. Clitia.-1
Court. Tti- ald prcp.rty wat cff.red lor ,.te on an.
16th davot starch Jnttart. rut th re v.a no tld for tm
1.111 on account of the condition of the titl. to ult
property and the Incumbranc, on the ame
vaiea m.icn ioui, a. ij iv.i.
F. L THOMPSON.
Referee In bankrupt).
GEO. A. DAVIS,
Truitee 01 the ettat. of J, A liuterfeli.
b.nklupt iTU.'Mar. i u
Estate of Chang Tai, Deceased.
NOTICE TO CKtDlTORS.
All crtilton of Chant? Tl. dt4J. ift tcrttv
notified to rrnt th,r cllm. -uly anibrntkCa-toal
and with tr.e prof' voiicl.fr. If any cxUt, tv If Um
cUlm l MCureJ by tnorteii; up-n leil rtit, q
at my plac nf bunrtrti on Uw Makal La coiiwt a
Millet ani Vineyar J fttrtcts. in Honolulu, UUnJ t
OjIiu. Territory of Hawaii, wlihin Six MOMitS fnaa
inr daw 01 mi nonce.
If U(h calmi be not rrrtentti w.thln x nootW
Iroro tl data of thl rwtlce they hill tt farewr bat
ted. Dated at Honolulu aforetald. Mirth tjth, A. IX.
CHANG SAU IAI.
AdmlnlMrator of the estate of Cnanr Ul. dciit,
Att mty for Aimlnl.tratot.
the Young Bros.
Are prepared to Take patties
to the Warship In Their
Speedy Gasoline Launches
Ring Up IILU1: 3333 or call at
The Boat Landing to make
Special Rates to H.M.S. Warspilt
Lying off the Harbor.
Saturday and Sunday
The Launches will make
UINO OP TUK. ,
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
H8 FOKT HTRaWT:
SUble 'Phone, 477
Use Btand 'Phones, S19 and 71
0. n RELI.TWA.
Droys tor Freight
Our representative meets all Incoming
iteamers from the Caist and we chedc
aaggage on all outgoing steamers.
Wlilte and Black Smd For Silt
Olticewlth Evening Bulletin. o Kin;
uicci, i ci, oo.
W. LURSEN, H'tjT.
Art Bmbroldery Taught.
Vessona In AHT EMBUOIDEUT rBI
o gl.-cn by Mrs. II. II. Williams at U
City Furniture Storo, Fort Urea.
Tlrst Class stamping dont.
lUlS. II. H. WILIX1KX.
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