Newspaper Page Text
EVENING IlUM.ETIN. HONOLULU, H. T TIIUIISOAY, AITHIL t, 1901.
Oceanic Steamship Company.
n iteamera of this line wilt arrlre
FROM BAN FRANCISCO.
SONOMA Apr. 2
MAIUl'OSA Apr. 13
VENTURA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May i
SIERRA May 18
MARIPOSA May 25
SONOMA June 4
In connection with the Bailing ot
Wed 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
Fork by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. 6. Irwin & Co., Limited,
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. $? Top Kisen Kaisba
.. ttMaett of tb abort coaptnitt will call at Honolulu and Uava tali tort or aaoat fat
...4atoi bolow etloa4 1...
For Japan and China:
. April 6
For rtooral Inform a'Joo fpty o
H, Hackfeld &
CanadiaD -Australian Royal Mail Steamship Company.
tm-Sutmut of toa abort Una. lumroc la coouctloa with tda CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO
vaacoavtr.if 1. , aoa syaoty, n. a w , aa
t mm AT lIONObliLU on or about ttt
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, B. C ,
For Brlibaot aodSyflntri
4ra"aTtiroQffa Ickttaltiua4 Irora Honolulu lo Canada, Unlltd Slataa and Buiopt Fof WalfM aof ,
Paaaatt) aa4 at ntral Inlormatton, apply to
Theo. H. Daviee & Co., Ltd.. Gcn'l Amenta. ,
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK. PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
S.S CALIFORN1AN, 6,000 tons, to sail early In April
S..S QREGONIAN, 6,000 tons, tosall
S S AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, tosall
S. S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, tosall
Freight received at company's wharf. 42J Street, South Brooklln.at all times.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. M0R8B,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Lines of Travel
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROAt
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 Barber
) Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St.. San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. h. T. A.,
1472 Omaha. Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Go.
From and After January 1, 1R.
H So. 1..IIT
u. Sh. Dallj Pair
Hoaolol. t 1.
Ptarl Cltr.... So
tail City ti
F. C. Surra, Qen'l Pass. A Ticket
O. P. Dbnihor, Hannrlntsndnnt
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOK ISLAND PORTS
1 IJRUCE OA.BTWRIGHT
I bdueral Manager ot
jTb BqaUable Life Asauunw Bosi
I)' tb IJnlted tilatustui tne llwlla
Ontoai Uttbant stMt. Uov
.. J 1
and leave thti port aa hereunder:
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
VENTURA Apr. 2
MARIPOSA Apr 17
SIERRA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 8
SONOMA May 14
MARIPOSA May 20
VENTURA June 4
the above steamers the agenti ire pre-
For San Francisco:
China .. .April t
Doric ... .... .. Arill q
Nippon Maru April 19
Co., Ltd., Agents.
camorai Victoria, i.., , noooiaiu ana Brlatana
aataa talov atalta ll I
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria ail Vaocouvtr IB C)
Moana . ju 1
M'cwtra . . . Al;:li .'
Beer and Wins Dealers.
HAS A FINL LINE OF
Wines, Liquors, Btc.
FOR SALE BY THE GLASS OR BOTTLE
J. K. Merseberg.
IXrORTBHS, AND WlIOLKB AI.I
Wine aim Lipr Dealers
Aftalt lor Iba Bottltt Halaltr Bttr .1 Mania
No. 19 Nuoanu Stbket
Ftttti Block. Honolulu, Hawaiian Uiaacs
P. ODotiiT Mutual Ttltrto.a M
SODA-WATER CO., Ltd.
Corner Allen and Fort Sts., Honolulu.
Qonsalves Si Co.,
AND WINE .MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
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 spa Jons and airy
bar room are just a tew
of the attractions.
J. H. McDonough Is the man
ager. His assistants are V.
Hilary, Bonnie Lemon
and Wally Davis.
If tou call once,
yoj will call
No Beer to Burn,
But Beer to Beat the B-ind
LARGfc INVOICE OF
IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE
It iMs'nt come to stay ; it's point;
fast, but there's more com-
Ing every month.
L. H. DEE, Prop.
Instruments tiled for record April ), loot,
First Party Second Party Class
Tr dim College V W Chamberlain D
AlevvlsJr W O Smith Tr AM
C H Moore II J Anderson M
K Hamlin Kahakua D
Walake-t Mill Co Olaa Sugar Co D
D Wahlneilll IM'amevva 1)
It Panaewi M P Wahlnealll I)
S Parker et al J W Kalua D
Kamaka J A Magocn M
Tr Oahu College J A Thompson I)
Achluetal L I. McCanJIess U
A W Anderson C E Moore D
Cb Moore CBrovvnTr M
1 r Oahu College C Peterson U
Instruments filed for recoid April 4, 1931.
First Party Second Party Class
J M Poepoe and wife E K Mahne U
Concrete Constuctlon Co Western & Haw.n Investment Co M
Kahanupaa Kalvvlhaona U
Awana Llkl et al D
TMasuda TOzawa AL
Tr Oahu College C H Cooke D
" " " F C Atherton D
Kulla Knuhane lUvv'n I rust & Investment Co M
RECORDED MARCH US, tool.
Pala et als to Affdt, Mat 18, loot; on R P 44i, kul 1447. Walklkl, Honolulu,
Oahu. Book 112, pjge 495.
Estate B P BIshoD to S K Kalama. Ey
1 Vineyard Street, Honolulu, Oahu. Book
& K Kaiama to bstate a v Bishop, hx D, tpril 20, 190a; kul 3147, apana 2, Vine
yard Street, Honolulu, Oahu. Hook 217, pace 460.
C W Boo h to C S Desky, Par Rel, Mar jo, 1001s lot 1, block 1, Pacilic Heights
Honolulu, Oahu. 5 150 Book 220, page 101.
A K Gandall to J K Gandill, bx D, Mar 15, 1901! piece land Emma Street, Hono
lulu, Oahu. Jt. Book 217, page 451.
Paao and husband et al to Kuapahl, D, Mar 18, 1901; kul 11,268, Makavveli, Wal
mea. Kauai. J 100. Book 217, pige455.
W I lltpklns to J K Sumner. Rel. Mar ?. tool: piece land Kallhl. Honolulu. Oshu.
, f20oo. Book 1C0 page 176.
Okada to Supt I ub Works, D, Mar 27,
1 Hawaii. J25. Book 217, page 457.
M de Costa and wife to Supt Pub Works, D, Mar 15, iooij par lot i), Walpunalel
N Hllo, Hawaii. f)0. Book 217, pane 45G.
J K Sumner U A Dreler, M, Mar 30, iqoi; piece land Kallhl, Honolulu, Oahu
fjcoo, 1 jearat 8 percent. Book 221, pane 169.
S M Damon to W R Castle. L, Mir 22, 1901; por kul 1121C. Ahupuaa, Honiumu, S
Kona, Hawaii. 18 eirs 6 months from Jan 1, 1901, at f 5000. Bosk 218. pige 154
J M Kaneakua to 'ounzNap, A L, April 1, tQOt.lleaseof grant'1210, Walakoa, Kula,
Maul. $100. Bojk 218, page 157.
Mts I Ahulll to J M KaneiKua, L, Jan 11, 1901; grant 1210, Walakoa, Kula, Maul.
10 vrs from Jan 1, 1904, at tifo. Book 218, page 157.
L L MiCandlrss to J A M Johnson. Rel. Alar 2. 1001 : lot 20. bltwk It nf prant 110a
1 Kulaokahua, Honolulu, Oahu. Book 217,
uaiemeanaetais to mw'n Loin w a sugar -o, U, April 1, 1901; Klght of way
over R P 2194, kul ))-,6, Pauwela, llamakuiloi, Maul. 58 Book 217. pige 4O4
Lam On and wife to Allen & Robinson Ltd, M, April I, 1901; pjr R P 2249, kul
3381B, Kiakopui, Honolulu, Oahu. '650. 2 jrs at 9 rer cent. Book 221, page 171.
3 remnoi to leong Young, 1., .Mar jo,
rs trom Aug 1, 1901, at Juco. Book 219, page 210.
RECORDED APRIL 2, igot.
M K Holsteln and husband to H M Kanllio. D. Dec 14, 1897; por R P r422, kul
lot 54, Honolpu, N Kohila, Haw ill. 10. Book 217, page 4jj.
Oahu College Trs to II S Lovel'.ln, D. April 1, 1901; lots 1, 2 & 19, block 9, College
Hills Tract, Honolulu, Oahu. 14900. Book 217, pit". 465.
A V Gear and wife to J A S Johnson, D, Mir 28 1931; lot 29, block B of gnnt 3400
Kulaokahua, Honolulu, Oahu. 53250. Book 217, pjge 461.
AFTERNOON SESSION SPENT
IN MUCH TALKING
Emmelutb's Substitute Bill Creates a
Disturbance Much Talk and More
Amendments Are Brought
Forth by the Bill.
Tho IIouso conened promptly on
time for the afternoon Bcsslon.
IIouso bill GO, relating to the placing
of the poles and wires of the Oahu Ice
and Electric Companj, came up for
I atcond reading and as read In full.
I After considerable talk. It was re-
ferrcd to the Committee on Public
Iands and Internnl Implements.
House bill GO, relative to the placing,
of wires below ground, was re id for
tho second time by tltlo Referred to
the Commlttco on Public Lands and
House bill CI. amending sections 9S7,
9S9, 300 of the Penal Laws of 1897.
latlng to leprosy, came up for second
House bill Cm, relathc to the treat
ment of lepiosy with license, was read
the second tlmo by title Referred to
tho Committee on Public Health.
House bill 06, relative to the em-
,i.,,., .t ai dito. 0. ti.,,!;r.s.;v;niX 3;: .;:,,
public works, came up for third read
ing. Considerable discussion followed,
In which Kunlho Dickey and Hecklcy
took prominent part. Kslllkoa got
Started and came nenr precipitating a
riot. He got side-tracked "fT tho sub
ject mid eien the Speaker, ncckley and
half a dozen others. gac up an nttcmptl
to call him out of order until he had
had his say.
Section 1 was omended so that uny
public ciMlcr shall bo goermd b the
same stipulations. j
II) this time, two hours had been
pent In useless dlsciiiisiiins Makekiu
put un end to tho tremble hy moing
that the bill bo t iio ritton mid laid
mcr until today Cnrlrcd
Monsarrntt Introduced a resolution
rnoilng thnt the IIouso I old nlkht sn.1
Ions, beginning with next Monday,
owing to lack of time.
A message from the Public Works
Department was received, relative to
the Diamond Head contract. Referred
to Committee on Ro Islon.
The Superintendent of Public Works
submitted an answer concerning the
request of the House for Information
relative to the naval wharf Owing (o
the negotiations not being compute ns
yet, he refused to give tho Information
A message from Attorney (icnira)
l)olo was received, relntlvo to Monsat
ratt'B lesolutlnn asking for tho corres
pondence be. tw cen A M Drown, II S.
Overend. I.orrln Andrews und Rufiis
I.vmun Mr Dole Fild that ho had
written to Drown asking for tho lp
Tabled, to bo considered with tho
letters when the) should ho setiucd
Prendtrgnst gavo notice ot his Inten
tion tu liitnnluiu n bill entitled "An
Ait to provldo for tho 1 unsanction of
a street railway b tho Hawaiian Tram
wajs Compan) "
, The Houso then adjourned.
APRIL I. loot.
D. April in. lnrtn; nnr kill nn9l. amn.1 iv
217, page 460
1901; por Rrant 3718, Walpumlel, N Illla,
1901; jo acres, Kapolio, Walliee, Maul. 20
WATERED MILK AND BAD
WHISKEY DOLED OUT
Details of the Frauds That Are Being
Perpetrated on the Public in
Spurious Eatables and
Tho report of Food Commissioner
Bhorcy bIiohpU "9 samples of milk
which stood the standard test. The
fourteen sampler) below stundanl were
thice from Tanakl, two from Kawimo
I to, one from M. Anrlca with S per cent
added water and ono with 20 per cent,
one from L. Market, short on buttct
fat: Star Dairy, three, Ting Hop. one.
"In m Inst report." sayx tho Com-
mlssloncr, "I stated thnt ginger nlo
maiiufaitured by tho Hawaiian Soda
Works was found to bo lliuorcd with
cnpslciun Instead of ginger. TIiIh
(ompauy thought they wire unjustly
dlscrlmlnatid iignlnut In this stato
ment ninl I hno In consniuentu ex
nmincu the gingu nlo of the
mnniifnctunrH hero, 7 tho Antic.
bod 1 Works, tho i:nti rprlse Soda
Works tho Stnr Soda Works mid tho
Consolidated Soda WorkB. and And ns
fctntul In my last report that thii into
of capsicum Instead nf ginger Is pr.ic
tlsc d by nil of thtm Strictly this Is n
than Its true name, ns well 14 the
fi.bstltutlnn of a dunper nritclo hi't
tho matter Is scarcxlv worth further
attention In tho faeo of other much
mora fraudulent mid Injurloiii prn.'
"Hleven snmides of coccm w i lu
colato havo been examined wi'n te
suits ns stated below. In addition
t tho mlxturo of ccuim hulls vr j 11I1
ci foreign HiiliHtnn vn to enrna II n
nddltlnn of starch nr yimir n,ii,' '1
ngnrdeil as nn ndultirntlou iiu'oia
such nddltlon la stated on Ihn lficl
The nninn ehocolnto Ih genernll till
ilemtood to mean cocoa with tho (.Ml
Hon of sugar, and the presence) of
sugar In such ease should not ho ro
garded ns nn adultorntlon
"Two samples of thoenlnto ixntnln
edChlradi Ill's Chocolate and Whit
mini's Instantaneous Chocnlnto wen
found to contain sugar hut no other
foreign substances. Tho following
brands of cocoa wero found to bo mini
ti rated as stated.
"Webb's Homeopathic Cocoa con
tains sugar and much wheat starch,
sample bought from Wing Tal.
"CI Vennrd's Homoipnthlc Cocoa
contains foreign starch and nn undje
proportion of cocoa hulls: samples
bought fiom J R. Mills
"Phillips' Digestible Cocoa rontnlns
sugar, which fact, however, is stated
on tho label: samplo bought from If
May & Co.
"IJpp'a Prepared Cocon contains for
( Ign starch and sugar, which fact Is
stated on tho label: samplo hougii
from Lewis S. Co.
'Cocoa and ehocolnto may nlso be
ndulterativl by the partial abstraction
of the fat or cocoa butter Threo of
tho brands mentioned nbovo gtvn nvl
dence of this form of adulteration
The amount of fnt In these brands Is
lis follows Wi'lib's Ceiro.1 contain
cocoa butter S 1G per lent Vonard s
Cocoa contains cocoa butter 17 Hi per
5GESSLEIYS: will refund
HAGiC 1 the money
HEADACHES If they fall
WAFERS . to cure.
WMf?ffmWte 1 rl.. 10 cU.
cent, Chlradelll's Chocolate contains
cocoa butter 12 80 per cent.
"In none of tho other samples ex
nmlned was thero any cvldenco if
any form of adulteration
"Tho following samples wero ex
nmlned for private parties Two sam
pics of butter both genuine but ran
eld Ono sample of ollvo oil, gcnlune
hut old and probably chnnged by be
Ing exposed to sunlight for a long
"Several samples of cheap wlno
wero obtained from snloons, tho ex
nmlmtlon of four of theso has been
"No 1 Port Wine 1 pint GO cents,
from Cosmopolitan Saloon Alcohol,
per cent by volume 40 2. extracts, per
cent 3 00 This snmplo wns found not
to be wine but whisky wntered Tho
snmplo contained more than tho usual
nmount of solids In genuine whisky,
wns artificially colored nnd contained
ndded aromatlcs ns well as n small
nmount of added vvnter Nothing ac
tually Injurious was found In this
case Port Wlno was BBked for and It
Is not known whether the substitution
of whisky was Intentional or not.
No. 2, Port Wlno, 1 quart, 30 cents,
from Commercial Saloon. Alcohol,
per cent by volumn 11 9, extract, per
cent ti53, sugar (ns glucose- per cent
0 82. Ash, per cent 019.
"No 3, Port Wlno, 1 quart, 30 cents,
from California Saloon. Alcohol, per
cent by volums 1GB; extract, per cent
S.7G; sugnr (as glucose) per cent
l.Bfi: Ash per cent 0 245
"No 4, Port Wine, 1 quart, 30 cents,
from Hoffman Saloon. Alcohol, per
cent by volume 1G5; cxtrnct, per cent
10 43, sugar (as glucose), per cent
7.40; Ash per cent 0 200.
"Of these samples No 2 nnd No 3
are ver Inferior: No. 2 In tho first
plnco Is watered, nnd cry probably
watered here, far It Is not likely that
a sweet wine would bo shipped con
tnlnlng n percentage ot alcohol as
11 9 In both No 2 nnd No 3 there
in too great a difference between the
cxtrnct (total solids) nnd tho sugar
Indicating the addition of some veget
able extract other than that derived
from the grape. In No. 3 and No. 4
a small amount of ferrous sulphate
(copperas) Is present: this may have
been Introduced accidentally In tho
course of manufacture. All four sam
ples were delivered In old whisky or
beer bottles corked with corks which
had been used before. In the case of
No 2, after tho sample was received
nnd paid for, tho statement was made
that It was not port wine, but as that
was asked for and no statement was
mado ns to what It ought to bo called
1 havo reported It as above.
"Tho following brnnds of 'Malt Ex
tract havo been examined. Wjeth's
Liquid Malt Extract, bought from
llcnson. Smith & Co , Leopold Holt's
Mnlt Extract (Tnrrant's), Rcnson,
Smith &. Co , Anheuscr-nusch's Malt
Nutrlne, from Ilolllster Dug Co.:
Pabst Mnlt Extract, from Hobron
Drug Co Schlltz Mnlt Extract, from
Hobron Drug Co s Schiller's Malt Ex
tract, from Honolulu Drug Co , Johnnn
HotT's Malt Extract from II. May .
"The partial atia!scs of theso nro
li c (Total
bv vol solids)
100 20 9
100 2fi 8
Wjeths . 2G 12 4J
Johatin HolT's 3 7 1190
Malt Nutrlne. 15 13 01
Schlltz . . CO 1138
Leopold Holt's 5 9 9 It
Pabst 7.4 11 21
Schiller's ... 7G 10 57
Stout 5 2 6.74
100 49 1
100 02 7
100 05 8
100 90 fi
"The last Is a well known brnnd of
stout, presented nero for tho purposo
of comparison. Mnlt extracts nro sup
posed to contain n Inrgo proportion of
mnltoso nnd other bodies from mnlt,
and n small pcrcontago of alcohol
This Is claimed for somo of these
brands on tho label, and the tlrst threo
In tho tabic nbovo approach nearly to
this standnrd. In ordinary malt li
quors tho nmounts of alcohol nnd ex
tract nro more nearly equal, n larger
proportion of tho solids having been
converted Into nlcohol by formenta
Hon In the caso or Schlltz Extrnct
tho ratleylietwcen extract and nlcohol
Is about tho snmo ns that In ordinary
lager beer, while In tho last threo
In the table of nnaljsos tho ratio Is
conslderabb higher None of tho
brands examined possess nn ellastatlc
power (the power to dissolve stnrch)
which Is claimed for somo of them
"It Is doubtful If nny of thii brnnds
examine 1 posses any medlclnnl or
other properties not possessed by or
u.nar) mnlt Ilquois and thoro contain
ing n large percentage or nieoiioi can
not lie rounnlcil ns other than Intoxl
tntlng liquors, which may meet n do
mnnd for nlcolinllc elrltiKs under somo
other nnme- or may provldo n means
of evading somo of tho laws restrict
ing the snlo of Intoxicating liquors.
"Four samples of scldlitz powders
wero examined No ndulteratlon was
found In nny of them, nnd whllo thern
wns somo variation In weight the nv
engo wns hlj?h enough to class thorn
"Threo samples of nitrate of Iron
and qulnlnn wero I'xnmlned All wero
found to comply with tho roqulre
ments of tho U. S Pharmacopoeia ex
cept thnt they wero low In qulnlno.
The IJ S Pharmncopocln requires
11 r. per cent quinine. Tho amounts
In the samples worn ns follows)
Trom Drug Co (Mnck & Co , S. I'.),
9 18 per cent
'Trom Renson. Smith . Co (Powers
H Welghtmnn. Phlln) 9 17 per cent,
'Trom Ilolllster Drug Co, 8 90 per
It limy not bo generally known
that KING HROS have t.tken up
photography as a branch to their
It Is a fact however, that they
have established a gallery and are
credited with turning out work of
the highest order known to Hie art.
They are the only ones in Hono
lulu who miekc a specialty of the
genuine phtinotype finish, than
which ihere is none better known.
This paper will never fade. Besides
permitting a beauty and softness of
STUDIO Nl-.XT TO SIOKE
120 HO 1 L sr.
Tho ever popular Italnlcr beer la bo
coming a huuselioM word and "will
yon hnvo a h'lasa ot Seattle,' la mora
often heard than anythlug cite. Tht
Criterion Saloon hiu ttm !'-e r on tap cr
Camara . Co can now bo found on
Alak.a street between Kins and Mer
i STOMACH &
Indigestion and Dyspepsia have wrecked
many lives People who are weak and
mlseiable should know that health would
return II the digestion were midenurmaL
This Is Just the condition Hostettter't
Stottach Bitters brings about. It cures
conHtlimtlon. blllouHncHH, ner
vounncHH, liver unci Iclctncy troub
Ich, and produces sound sleep. It will
makevou well, bee that our private
revenue Htnmp cover the neck of the
A Foe to HOSTETTER'S
Stomach " STOMACH
Of the stockholders of the HONOLULU
UHEWING and MALTING CO., LTU,
will beheld at the office cf the company
on Queen street this city on SAI UKUAY
APRIL Cth, at 10:10 a. m.
Honolulu. April 3, 1001. tftoj-vt
A meeting of the share holders of the
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS CO.,
LI U , will te held In Honolulu nn MON
DAY April Mth, toot, at 2 o'clock p m
at the oftice of Jis. F. Morgan, 6; Queen
St , to take action to amend BY LAWS
and any other business that may be pre
snte'. JAS. F. MORGAN,
Election ot Officers
At the regular annual meeting of lh
stockholders of L. PI LK & CO , LTD.,
held this day, the follow Ing otiicers and
directors were duly elected for the ensuing
Jame L. McLean President
W. Wolters V Ice President
E. Peck. .Treisuicr and Mimger
C. C. Conrad!- .. ..Secr-tary
N b. Gcdgc Auditor
rhe above officer constitute the Board
I lonolulu. M irji it), loot. i8ot-tvr
Blectlon o. Officers.
At the Adjo jrned Anmnl Meeting of the
stockholders of the INIER-ISLAND
STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD.. held
this day, the following Officers and Di
rectors were duly elected (or the ensuing
J. Ena President
James L McLean ..v Ice-President
N. E. Gedge Treasurer
C. H. Clapp Secretary
T.W. Hobron ... .Auditor
DIRECTOS: J. Ena, G. N. Wilcox,
A. S. Wilcox, W. O. bmlth. August
Dreler, H. M. Von Holt, J. M. Dowsett.
C. H. CLAPP,
Honolulu, March 2. loot. i7Q7-ir
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The unierlcnei havlnp rn irrlnttJ AJmlalt
trorl th Ltjt if , A POIkON UtiM!-i-v
tulu, dt.rvtJ notice lihrery given tt ill ftrton
hiving clllmi icalnht the rtte of silJ A A IXH
RCN to rrrnttrielr Ulmi dily a itrVntica eJ witt
ff( pr viuclir. If any viUt ctn K ituclalro Is
tKu '4 by mnrtKairt upon real eMitt, at mv office
Hi Merc hint M in Hmolulu within mimin
from tht JjIc tlureof or lhv will bm forrvtr 1 arreJ
arj all rtfn InJcHeJ to all e lit! arr hereby
rejuetieJ ti malta tKtntJIjtep) merit tu the unjrr-
Aimlrlttfatornf Uerttateof A A IX) I RON
I motulu March at iqoi tv)tttt tt n if
f White and Black Sand
In Quantities to Suit....
EXCAVATING - CONTRACTED
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
tar Dump Carts furnished by the dj
-m Hour's Notice,
II. R HITCHCOCK.
Queen St., opp. Union Fed Co. TLL vn
Drays tor Freight
Our representative meets all Incoming
steimers from the Crnst ?ndsve check
baggage on all outgoing steamers.
White and Black Sand For Salf
Office with Evening Bulletin, 210 Klnt
vtreet. Tel. 86.
W. LARSEN, Mrr.
When You Waqt a Iig
HIND UP TIIK.
G m Mai m U B
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
MS iOVT HTnEIT
dtablo 'Phone, 477
Hick Slum! 'Phonoa, 31J and 71.
O. II BKLLINA.
R. K. KAAI,
Toucher of ' ..tar, Mandolin, Zltbtr
Ukulele and Tnro Patch.
Order to b left cure of Wall, Nicbola
ti t Vvtrom Mndo Oo 'f I Ml