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EVEN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T. SATURDAY, MARCH'sO, 1901.
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Lines of traiei.
pic Steamship Company.
.mers of this line will arrlre and leave thU port a. hereunder:
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.' JSA i
M SAN FRANCISCO.
1 Apr. 23
.' June 4
FOn SAN' FRANCISCO.
SONOMA May 14
MARIPOSA May 25
VENTURA June 4
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iy jnnecuon wun me sailing oi tne auuve bhcuujcib iuc nicuu am yv
1 wue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail-
. sin francisco to ail points in me unuea ouue, ua jrum ew
'my steamship line to all European porta.
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PROBLEMS FOR THE
All comtinlcntlons to thltj column to bo addressed to Cliess Editor, Even
ing Bulletin, P. O. Ilox 718, Honolulu. Contributions and solutions of prob
lems should reach the editor before Thursday noon of each week.
Correct .solution of Problem No. 3 received from O. Erlckion, A. V. Gear
Paul 0. Schmidt and P. Wle. 1. Q-K3.
Paul: You say In regard to Problem No. 2 you have found another solu
tion by playing Kt. presumably to KKtT we would suggest In reply to this
moe n trial of R-KR3 for Clack. Delighted to hear you tnko such nn Interest
in our column and an original problem Is Just what we are looking for.
H " CUEBMTED 1X
PROBL.I2M NO. -4.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
; PaGific Mail Steamship Co.
if al and Oriental Steamship Co. 0 Tojo Risen Kalsha
If a Ol M( SkOT CoapUlM Will till tt HMOlolO Ml lMTt till ft M M It
.last blo antlou! 1
ir lapan and China:
.. .April 6
... April 16
For San Francino:
China April 1
NlrponMaru Arrll 19
? nuril llorraatlo eply to
Hackfeld & Co., Ltd:, Agents.
.ar al ffe irjov Ita. mnlflv la coBBtctlot with tfct CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
i.ouvtr, B. C, io4 Sydney, N. S. W. od cilltof t Victor.. C. C. Hoaotali o4 Brfibaw
Li Jiu.iubuiiv oi or sgoi ni iui niow iuwa tjjm
KoWER AND VICTORIA.
,. ...y 11
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria ana VaMovrtr (B. CJj
Ao'v-fl .....Arrll to
Moana.. May 8
Miowera Junt i
Aoranel July )
Moana... July )i
M'cwcra August iS
to Ickati Ifsutdi rroBi Honolulu 10 causa, uauaa aiaua cotopa. ror rraifi ana
.1 aaral laforaatloB, apply to
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merican-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
EW YORK. PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
S. S CALIFORNIAN, 6,000 tons, to wit early In April
. SIOREGONIAN, 6,ooo.tons, to sail
S S XVtEKlCAN, 6,000 tons, to sill
S.S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail
I received at company's wharf. 4d Street, South Brooklln. at all times.
ror turtner particulars apply to
Freight Agent. Ht HACkFELD & CO., LTD.,
WHITE MATES IN I WO .MOVES.
The game presented below was play- bravely done against such an opponent,
ed on November 17th latt at Manhattan
Chess Club ngalnst the renowned F. J.
Marshall, now playing In the Interna
tional match nt Monte Carlo, hit op
ponent being Mr. S. M. Ilallou of Hono
lulu. Mr. Ilallou Is, so fur as we know,
the best player nmong our local lights.
If nny one is Inclined to dispute this,
we think Mr. Ilallou would be pleased
to meet him nt the Waverly Cliess
GAME NO. 6.
Vienna Ganie. . , "
(Notes by the Chess Editor.)
S. M. Ilallou. F. J. Marshall.
1. P-K4 ' ' 1. I'-K4
2. Kt-QH3 2. Kt-KU3
3. I'-IH 3. I'-Ql
4. I'xKP 4. KtxP
Q-II3 Is generally preferred her, the
continuation being . KtxKt.
C Ktl'xKt. Q-RSch; 7 P-Kt3. Q-KCch.
SQxQ. PxQ; 9 H-K2. ctv.
Here White might have done better
by Q. n-K2. The text vnove Isjirnctl
rally lost through White's Inr ,.,!
follow up with P-QKH wj0; on ,h0
hnve Jeopardised his no.- ni,v,KnllI
Beer and Vina Dealers.
Queen's side. B
when playing benten (rack
get out or
with "Hook" men, to
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FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
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JR DAYS to New York.
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VlnB Ca (Meals ala-carte)
, L. Co.
'' ijheiurL L&
"AS A FINE LINE OF
Wines, Liquors, Btc,
FOR SALE BY TljE GLASS OK BOTTLE
J K. iYiersehenrt-
Urn 8iiMjpf uim
tiu loi lb. Bottlid fSi.i. p-... .rt. U
Nle Block, Honolulu, H
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SODA WATER CO., Ltd.
Comer Allen and Fort Sfa.. HonolHl.--1,
Qonsalves & CcM
AND WINE .MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu 11
'Mer January 1,
.- TRAINS. '
. M. A Al AM.
The Mint SaiV-"
WM. CUNNINGHA.V,. p'
On Nuuanu St., opposite Ch 'aPlain Lar'e
n the r It, lc ,..,,;,. , r
Mint Is the place to 5f?
A berr J n?i"i,
IS Dlack stands to lose nothing
tils move but nt the same time he.
hy taps, counted too much on tho
Per,,l effect It ought to have had on
me opponent. Mr. Dallou cnlmly nc-
pts the gift whether n Greek ono or
oi. PxKt ,1C. P-KG
17. PxP 17. R-Ktsn,
Ulack apparently uxpected White's
move here would lie 18. P-KR3, when
he would have followed by IlxKt&Q
Ktlch. 18. PxKt
19. P-R3 19. R.R4
20. I'-Ktl 20. Q-I13
Again Dlack tries to trap his
opponent but Mr. Ilullou's analysis dur
ing this gnme seems to have been bet
ter than the master's.
21. Qxl'ch! 21. K-Rsa
Another surprise fur niack and
A Healthy Stomach
makes Dure blood. vlzorois nerves-a strone
body. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters
strengthens weak stomachs. An occasional
dose will keep the bowels active. Taken
regularly, It will cure Indigestion, consti
pation, dyspepsia, Diitousness, inactive
liver or kidneys, malaria fever and ague.
It will cure you. See that a Private
Revenue Mtnmn covers the neck of the
It has no HOSTETTER'S
Real Estate Tratosactions
K W Auerbach
11 rst Party
W A Hall
C liege Hills Tract
lllshop & Co
M C l.aJd
J K Gandall
for record Mar
' M A Burbank
foi record Mar
Supt Pub Works
Chew Wo Cheong Co
Harng Lung Kee & Co
J O Carter Sr
H K Wright
RtCORDLD MARCH 26, tool.
AfYJt & Map
This Is the more that White has been
scheming for for some lime and prac
tically turns the tabic on his oppo
nent; although the game Is by no
means won yet. White play has still
to bo very carefully thought out, but
he Is equal to the task.
K 26- Q-3
27. P-RO 27. PxP
28. QR-Ktsq 28. Q-Kt3
Black's only safe move. The
threatened P-Q3 mnkes Black offer nn
exchange of Queens whhh White right
ly nccepts being n pler-o up.
29. QxQ 2. PxQ
30. P-Q5cll 30. K-Ktsq
31. B-QI 31. R-Ktsq
32. RxBP 32. RxP
33. IlxRch 33. KxR
31. R-Ilsq. ch. 34. K-K2
35. R-IW 33. R-I12
3C. RxKKtP M- Uxt
"ni-BJ5:. J8. RxP(QB)
39. R-R7ch 39. K-Q3
40. P-R4 40. P-BI
41. P-R5 41. P-Kt4
42. R-R8 42. P-Kt5
43. R-Q8ch 43. K-K3
44. RxR 44. PxR
Apparently exprctlng White
to save tho rook and permitting pawn
how to play and wish to Join will re
ceive Instruction In the theory
of tho game. It Is tho Intention
of tho president, assisted by
other members, to give a talk on
chess any Monday evening the novice
may desire. We hope to get a response
to this appeal and It therefore behooves
overy chess player, win has4hc Inter
ests of his favorite gamo at heart, to
lend his support. A handlrap tourna
ment will bo started In the near fu
ture. New members will recelvo the
full handicap, viz: n Q Rook and wc
hope to have enough entrants to mnke
It Interesting. So nny chess player ilcslr-
Ing a game, will be courteously treated
nny Monday 'evening he wishes to call
on us. Thero ought to bo some prob
Icm.ttlsts In our midst; wo ask them to
send t some of their handiwork, ,ilso
we desire some scores of local games.
HEALANI BALL A SUCCESS
P M Pond and wife to C Notlev Sr. M. Mar u, 1901; lot fi block 1, McCully Tract,
King Street, Honolulu, Oaliu. 1700, 3 years at 8 per cent. Book 220, page 87.
RECORDED MARCH 27, toot.
M II Gllman to Hee Cho, Agreement, Feb 27, loot; As to lease of grant J))4. Bert
tmla Street, Honolulu, Oahu. Book 212, page 480. L
W C Achl torfh Nte. L, .Mav I. tool ; piece land Llllha Street. Honolulu. Oahu.
2 years from June 1, 1900, at 2oo. Book 218, page 149. . '
G Ah Sane to G C Aklna. B S. Mar 20. loot: leasehold hullJInr ,V-. N k'nhil. '
Hawaii, flooo. Book 212, page 484.
C K C Rooke and wife to B Cartwrlcht. D. Mav 27. inoi: nor kul nu. Itntrl Xr
Union Street, Honolulu, Oahu. 522.400. Book 219, page 441.
D Kaahanul et al to II T Hayelden, L, Mir 22, loot; por R P 1700 & house, Vine
yard Si reet, Honolulu, Oahu. 6 years, ? months, 14 days at Jm per month. Book
218, page 147.
Dr R J McGettlgan and wife to Hana Plant'nt Co, M, Teb 25, toot; por grant loafi,
Kawalpapt, liana. Matt, liooo, 2 years at 8 per cent. Book 221, page 154.
D Kawananakoa to Territory of Hawaii, Ex D, Mar 18, jooij por kul 1421, Kamol
lllll, Honolulu, Oahu, Book 21C, page 499.
Territory of Hawaii to D Kawananakoa. Ex D. Mar 18. loti: Int. In piece land cor.
Emma & Vineyard Street, Honolulu. Oahu. Book 216, page 499.
Hana Plant'nCoto E J Benlamln, P A, Mar 29, t90i; General Powers. Boole
212, page 482.
C Bolte to Hana Plant'n Co. Sur P A, Feb it. 1001; Power of Atty. date May 7.
1892. Book 149, page 215.
G Brown to J A Mseulre. Bel. Mar 27. loot: grants l8. 2022. 21m. mS. iau"
)4)8; cattle, horses, mules, &c, N Kona, Hawaii, f 12,500. Book iOj, page 424.
Hana Plant'n Co to N L Solomon, Rel, Mar 14. 1001 1 Int. In R P 6021. Hamoa. Ha
na, Maul M50. Btok 171, page 126.
J Malic nev to K W Kauhane. D. Mar 27. tool: lot 1;. block 6. Kewalo Tract. Hono
lulu, Oahu. 51700. Book 222, page 94.
RECORDED MARCH 28, fool.
G N Wilcox to ASWrlght. Rel, Dec 27, 1900; grants 1290 V ij4t, King Street,
Honolulu, Oahu. f8oco. Book 180, page 244.
A J Lopes to L I. McCandlcss, D. Mar 27, loot; por grant 130, Walau, Ewa, Oahu.
sjoo. hook 217, page 442.
H P Eakln to Affdt Fore. Mar 27. 1001: .Wte on lots 1 !i 8. block J. Kirahuhl
Tract, Honolulu, Oahu. Book 220, page 9,
E Kaaumoa and wife to J A Magoon D, Mar 26, 1901; Int. In apana 2, l( P 805, ku!
972, Walplo, Ewa, Oahu. 50. Book 217, page 444.
Kahune Nakookoo to J A Mazoon M. Mar 2,'r. loot: Int. In anana . R P 6871. kul
1758, Kalla, Hwolulu, Oahu. 800, 3 yeir.it 10 per cent. Book 220, page 90.
a fine readine
and a spacious and alrv '
room are iust a tew
In Dill. D.ll. Ddlf
am. am: pjn. rM,
I K 1141 IMS V-W
t.l 1.01 lli t
e.j i:ii ! rat
n't Pus. A Tloket
.. .. .MFT'V.....nU I. K. mnn
I J. tliV ' '-"SVUWIIUUJ;!! 19 IMC 1IJUII
. --rtiger. His assistants a-e w
Hllarv. Bonnie Lemon
and Wally Davis.
h's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS
(jmeril Manager Pt
aitftbU Life Iuqvuci Scoi.
- UnlUdBUteslor th. BkwtlU-
If tou call on:e, yoj will call
Wo would like to call the attention'
of nil local chess players to tho fnct
that wc have a chess chili In our midst.
We want as many to join us as ran
possibly mnnago to' do It. Any ono
wishing to Join can get particulars
from tho President, Dr, Sinclair. Our
dues will bo ono ilolla per month n'u
Initiation fees. Tho club meets for
general play every Monday evening nt
8 o'clock, hut tho rooms nro open for
play any other evening during tho
Wo also offer an invitation to nil
local chess players to visit us on Mon
day evenings, whether they Intend to
Join or not. Those who do not know
Tho masquerade ball at tho Healanl
Club last cenlng was one of tho sea
son's biggest successes In every way.
When the grand march began, thero
were at least two hundred In lino and,
as tho evening grew older, the crowd
grew larger, until' It wbb with dlfTiculty
that dnnclng was Indulged In on ac
count of lack of room.
Neve., beforo had the oat houso
looked ns well as last night. From Ala
Moana to tho boathouse, the bridge was
Unci with email electric, lights. Tho
lanals of tho club houso wero festooned
with lanterns and garlands of ribbons
and flowers. Had tho dancing room
been twice as large. It would hardly
have su diced.
Tho costumes wero tastefully gotten
up. "iSomo were very cxpcnslvo and
many of tho' wearers acted tho parts
they portrayed, excellently. There
wero policemen and brigands, ballet
girls and staid duennas; a cannibal
chief and fairies without number. Somo
of these latter were fat nnd other wero
At about 10 o'clock masks wero re
moved and many wero tho surprises In
toro for tho participants, when the
Identity of some of tho maskers was
During an Intervnl nfter unmnsklng,
a light supper was served nfter which
dancing! w-as resumed again until far
Into the morning.
ifiVtViiViVi v tVi'iiV Cure
:I MAGIC i headaches
i HEADACHE :wh He
! WAFERS ! dressing.
PlW.'f.'f.'.KW.'Mi f r-nt. lt UroKK-
A gamo of basket ball between the
Malle-lllmas and tho Business Men
Is on tho bills for April Gth. Tho
Malles wero the champions for last
year, whllo tho nuslncss Men carried
off tho honors this year. Tho gamo
will bo a good ono from stnrt to finish
as tho teams aro very evenly matched.
A sneclal meeting of the stockholder of
the PIONEER MILL COMPANY. LTD.,
will be held at the office of II. Hackfeld &
Co., Ltd., on APRIL Gth, 1901, at to a.m ,
to consider tie matr.tr 01 an increase 01 tne
Capital Stock and the amendment of the
Election of Officers.
At the adjourned annual meeting of the
stockholder, of the WAIAN'AE COMPANY,
LIMITED, helJ this day, th. following
officers and directors were duly, elected tor
the ensuing year:
G. N. Wilcox President
J. O. Carter Vice-president
J. M. Dowsctt, Sec'y and Treas.
Henry Holmes Auditor
G.N. Wilcox )
J M. Dowsctt Directors
J. O. Carter, J
J. M. DOWSETT.
March 2?. 1901. q8-iw Secretary.
Election of Officers.
Atihe Adjoirned Annual Meeting of the
stockholders of the INTER-IbLAVD
SThAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD.. held
this day, the following Officers and Di
rectors were duly elected for the ensuing
J. KIM.... ....I IC31UCIH
James L McLean...vlce-Presldent
N. E. GeJge Treasurer
C. H. Clapp Secretary
T. W. Hobron Auditor
DIRECTOS: J. Ena, G. N. Wilcox,
A. S. WIUox, W. O. Smith, August
Dreler, H. M. Von Holt, J. M. Dowwtt.
C. H. CLAPP,
Honolulu, March 2;, 1901. 1797-2W
Tho Great Family Medicine of tho
Ago! For sore throat, garglo the
throat with a mlxturo of PAIN-KILLER
nnd'wntor, and tho relief Is Imme
diate, mid cure positive. It Bhould not
ho forgotten thnt the Puln-Klller !s
equally as good to tnko Intornnlly ns to
use externally. Avoid substitutes, thero
Is hut ono Paln-Klller, Perry DavU.
Price 25c nnd DOc.
Henry H; Williams:
The Progressive Undertaker
of Honolulu with the
...CITY FURNITURE STORE...
Heohint street, Bo
No Beer to Burn,
But Beer to Beat the Band
LARGE INVOICE OF
, IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE
It lias'nt come to stay ; It's going
fast, init tnere's more com
Ina every month.
L. H. DEE. Prop,
The very latest methods em
ployed In caring for the dead.
A lull stock of the best and
up-to-date undertaking goods
, Acntti fop
and Head Stones
Remember there is no other Mr.
Williams connected with litis es
tablishment ; make no more
Office, 1146 1148 Fort St., Love Building.
Phone Muin (M. Phone and Night Call, White SJ8II
litblder.ee 1875 FortSt , below Vineyard.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TUG TlttST Cir
cuit Tcrrltoty f Mawll. At himrtr-ln prohata.
in irw iruntr ut tn cvuit or uri JMynrt.ui va.
(bland of Oahu. tcta6. InttsUI. I'ttltlon h it tar
tern ftlfi ty C4 G Mylire, th hut bin J of tit
lntfutr, rralz that Ictttrt uf aJmlnUUitlon wpnc
tali jf h lsi.fi to uli retlllonfr, noikr it rwrt
by (Urn th t MooJay. tht ath 4ay of Aprfl, A. D
iooi, ai 10 o cukh am, in i juiicarv hjiij
Honolulu, l appolntrJ the Hmt a' J rlac U htri
uli rctlilun. hft an J brr all rrrv m conctru!
may appear and how cauw, If any they luvr , 1y
Mli petilton sfiouli not tt granted.
Honolulu, martn ft, pu
!T9''Marcij ij,rt'i. OfA.
In thcDitlrkt Court of thi United Siatr f ffcaV
Territory of Hawaii In the natter of J. A Burirr
field, a tankrurU
TO THE CHEDITORS Of THE AUOVE
Nolkr It htrtbv fflten that a meetn of ami
ani unsecured creditors of J. A llutterfteli. tarV
rupt, will t r-eld at th ffhc ot I- E, pintipMin.
Kerne In Bankruptcy. In the Wajoon UulUatt.
Merchant St . Honolulu, on Saturday, the xtidiy
of March Inttant. at 10 o clack In tht forenoon, lee
tht purpOM of dlscustlnf tht question cf tht salt irf
tht r'upirtjuf ht wld bankrupt, and to arrive at a
settlement of the disposition of the proceeds of Cm
tale as bett n secured and unsecured credit, lr
order that the property may be sol f fret from tnoia
branccs. subject to tht approval tit the U S, bUtrM
Court. Tht tali property was lifter ed for tile u (ate
1 6th day of March Instant, but there wat no bid fur th
fame on account of the condition of the title to ukl
froptity nJ "it Incumbr.nC'f on th tam
Vtiri Much Kin, A. II. tan.
. L. THOMI'bON.
Referee In Ha&Vussrr.
GEO A. DAVIS,
Trustee of the estate of J, A UuteihHCt
Notice to Creditors
ELECTION OF OFFIBRS.
At a sptc'al mettlriK of tlie MockholJers
of the INTLK-ISLAND TELEGHAI'll CO.,
LTD , held March 19, 1901, F. J. Cros
was elected President, vice W R. Castle,
resigned : and C J. Hutchlns, vice-president,
vice C 1.. Wlilit resigned. At a
meetlncof'tht directors held March 19,
HJ3I, W. W. Hall was elected Treasurer,
v ce Jas. P. Morgan, resigned.
The officers and directors of the company
F. J. Cross President
C. J. Hutchlns.... Vice-President
W. K. Partington Secretary
VV W. Hall Treasurer
E. O. White Auditor
Directors J. A. Magoon. O. G. Trap
hagert, R. D. Sllllman and W. H. Hoogs.
W. R. FARRINGTON.
Hin.ilulu, March aq. iooi. l8oi-jt
The unJ..lcn.4 havln? t,.narr'nr4 AJoilni'i C
Irilor 1 1 th. trttatt til M. liomi (iatrliu, laltot
Honolulu, dtcraJ, notice Uhticty ehrn 13 all rir
.on havlne claim, aealnt ttis ..tat. ol tillM.
OotnesliarrlJo, to prevail th.ir claim., Jutyauthrm- 'r
tlcat. I lth prorrr ouchcr,, II aay cht. rvtn II At
claim li ttcuft .1 by1 mtrtfaec upon r.al .tat. al Ow
olfic. of Mlvc & Vlvat. Po.lOMc. Lan, orooWa,
I. O.. in Honolulu, within .U Donthf I rum t). J
hctuot. cr luy Hill t for,vr bafr.4, aniallrrr
Ion. InJrMaJ to .al4 rl'ate art her.by rciurltnl I.
make Immcilale payment to the unJrr.lenei. j
M. U. SILVA, ,'
AJmlnl.tiator ol the Elat ol M Girre.li.reU m
Honotulu, March t). iyi, iTy6-Mar ..o,,,,w
Notice to Creditors.
The unJer.lgne.1 havlne been arpolnte4 Jmlab,
tr.lar ol tht estatt ol ry F Ma4tlra lateotHooo
lulu. JcceaM4, noMc. If hereby plven to all ner.aM
halnEClalm acaln.tthe titaterl al4 I Ma
deira, to pre,enl tht Ir ciaimt, 4uly authenticates rti
rrorer oucher.. If any eiUt. even It theclalni.
ture4 upon leal e.tate, al the Attire ol Silva It
yivat. Pott Ofhce Lane, oppo.tte P O , In Hinolatt
ttnin ata montn. irom tne jate nereor or iner Mt
te forever barred. And all person. Inde'feJ to inf
estate are hirebvrcauekted to make Immediate pay
ment to the unJerilsna4,
J, I'. HUA,
AdmlnUtator with tht Wilt anneaei ol the ttfatr
olP, l: Mid, Ira
Honolulu. March i, ipfl iTot-Mar tt..i.6.n.,
AT A SPECIAL DIRECTORS' MEET
ING of the Oceanic Gas and Electric Co.,
Ltd., held March 18, ioot,t- following
resolutions were passed : iar
1. All delinquent stockholders be notl
fltd that If delinquent assessments are not
pild by the first day of April, loot, a suffi
cient amount of such stock shall be sold to
pav such assessment.
2. The remaining 50 per cent due nn
the assessable stock of this company be
called In monthly assessments ol 10 per
cent each, beglnnlnw Ith April 1 sth next.
Said assessment to become delinquent at
the expiration of thirty days from date
called, and subject to sale at auction If not
pjld within thirty days afier same becomes
delinquent, In accordance with the'bylaws
of the company.
M. M. KOHN,
1 797. 1 w Secretary.
Art Embroidery Taught.
Uaeoni In ART EMIUtOlDURY will
b gl.'en by Mrs. II. II. Wlllums at the
City Furniture Storo, Fort'MStret
First Class stamping don. ,,y
M.H3. II. U. WlUslUM.
Estate of Chang Tai, Deceased.
NOTICU TO CRIDITORS
All cridllors ol Chant? Tal. dece.seJ. ate fteN
notified o present th.lr claims, duly anthrntKatnX.
and with tbt prort vsucht rs, If any ealst. evrn It tbt
claim Is secured by mottgaR up' n real estate, fcj re
at my place of business on the Atjkal ha corner tit
Miller and Vlneard street.. In ll.inolulu. I,lani til
Oahu, Territory ol llaoall, within M HUM ill rr
ine oaie 01 tni. notice, ,
It such claims b not presented w thin sli manra t
from the data of lhl. notice thev sh.ll b. f irever tmi
Pated al Honolulu aforesaid, March nth. A. O.
'" CHANG SAU TAt,
Administrator of the estatt of Chan I at, drctatei.
J. 1 UC 1IULIH
Attcmty lor Administrator.
f White and Black Sand
I In Quantities to Suit..-.
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
ter Dump Carts furnished by the dy
on Hour's Notice,
H. R HITCHCOCK.
Mercjiant St., In M. D. Monsarrat's abxe.
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experience, nnd artistic skiii 111 tne joa . ,
department, Tliat'B why wo are tiunv
Ing out the best job work In town.
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