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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., MONDAY, APniL 8. 1901.
. . 4 UUiOS Ul JliaiDIi
It Oceanic Steamship Company.
E tteamers of this line will arrive andt leave 'this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
MAniPOSA Apr. 13
VENTURA Apr. 23
SIERRA , May IS
MARIPOSA May 25
SONOMA June 4
In connection with the sailing of
tared 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
sTork by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLT TO
Wm. 6. Irwin & Co., Limited
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 8. a CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Mdental ant' Oriental1 SteimsMp Co, Toyo Kisen Kaista
ItMBtft el tb ttoTt coapaaiM will call at Honolulu ao4 laava tali tori atail 0M
For Japan and China:
Gh!!c ..April 6
Hongkong Mara.. April 16
China . April n
Doric ,,.i May a
Pot tttafat taforaaaoa pply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents.
Canadian - Australian Royal Hail Steamship Copj.
JaTSt.aa.ra ol lb. abort lis, ruin tot lo connactloa with tat CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
llfiw Vmcooyw, P. C. ni Srdur. N, S.W., an cilllof it Victoria, C. C, Honolulu aoa Brlibao
DUB AT JIMNOLUaYU 00 or atom lb. 4llM bafow IUM Till
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. D. C.
for Etl.bao. aadSydnayi
Mlowcra .Arrll i
Aotanfl May ir
Moana .. .....Juna 8
Mlon.ra July 6
Faff at tod al rural lofonaatloa, apply to
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK. PACIFIC QOAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
S. S CALIFORN1AN, 6,000 tons, to sail early In April
J..S OREGONIAN. 6,000 tons, tosall
S S AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, tosall
S. S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, tosall
Freight received at company's whaif. 41 Street, South Brookllrt.at all times.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSE,
General Freight Agent.
Lines of Travel
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROAt
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS o 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 Chslrs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent, .
115 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. T. A.,
iQi Omaha. Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Co.
. TIME TABLE.
From and After January 1, 1899,
ai. Sua. lally
. Boaolola o.w
F. C. Bmith, Qen'l Pass, A Tibket
O. V. Dhkirok, flniMirltitindont.,
Wilder's Steamship Compaay
FOR ISLAND PORTS
'BRUOE O ART WRIGHT
Oonerol alanager ot
Tb KqaiUble Life Assume! Sociit
Of Um rjnlttd SUtes for the UtwUv
Onion i Mstlunt itraal. Ho
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
SIERRA Apr. 2S
MARIPOSA :..May S
SONOMA May 14
MARIPOSA ."". May 2?
VENTURA '.June '4
the above steamers the agents are pre
For San Francisco:
Doric At rile
Nippon Maru..., ...;...,.. April 19
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria and Vaocoimr (B.C.):
Ao'vial Arrll to
Moana May 8
AoraneJ Jtly j
Moana July )i
M'owtra Aujuit 18
For hi.liht ant
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Baer and' Wins Dealers.
HAS A FINE LINE OF
Wines. Liquors, Btc,
FOR SALE BY THE GLASS OR BOTTLE
J. K. Mereeberg.
LOVEJOY & CO.
IKFOBTKBS, AMD WlIOLBS ALB
Wise aid Lipr Dealers
Aioatt (or iho Boru.4 Kalalar Bitr ol auttlo
NO. 19 NUUAND HTBKKT
Foatar Block. Honolulu, Hawaiian IsuRDt.
P.O.BoiliT. Mutual Tal.phona jot.
SODA WATER CO., Ltd. '
Comer Allen and Fort Sts., Honolulu.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Qugen 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, anu a spacious an j airy
bar room are just a few
of the attractions.
J. H. McDonough Is the man
ager. His assistants are W.
Hilary, Bonnie Lemon
and Wally Davis.
If tou call once,
yoj will call
No Beer to Burn,
But Beer to Beat the Band ,
LARGE INVOICE OF
IN DRAUGHT AND UOTTLE
It has'nt come to stay j it's golnt;
fast, but there's more com-
Ine every month.
L. H. DEE. Prop.
Instrument, filed for record April 8, loot
A W Richardson
T E Cook
Halal Hill Land Co
T E Conk
H Lyman et at
.. .. .. it
W S Terry
Airs E E Styne
G K Kunukau
Tr Oahn Col'ege
J A Thompson
L P Marques
H S Lovekln
M I Zlegler
J Kldw 11
W W Chamberlain
C H Athertou
V S Huffendean
C F Schermerhorn
11 P Ba'dwln
W R Otle Jr
11 11 11 p
.'. W. Kalua & vf
J. G. Jones
C M Allen
W L Peterson
A W Richardson
L L McCandlrss
Pacific Sug Mill
Othu Lumb & Bldg Co Ltd
H C Eastoa
RECORDED APRIL 1, tcot.
Pioneer Bulldlnc & Loan Ass'n to K Nakrokoo. Rel. Arrll 1001: !i Int. In R P
yS73, kul 1758, Knlla, Honolulu, Oahu.
T Metcair (0 J Klndwell, Lis Pendens, April 2, loot; Annul deed for jG acres lani!)
Wallele, Manoa, Honolulu, Oahu. Book 212, page 500.
RECORDED APRIL 3, loot.
C E Moore and wife to C Brown Tr. M. prll 1. 1001: lot ll. block A. Kulaokahua
H nolulu, Oahu. 6oo. Book 221, page
S Parker and wife to J W Kalua, D, Mar 23, tool; porapana j, kul 8559, St 2450,
Walluku, Maul, fooco. book 222, pjge 113.
Kamaka to J A Migoon, M, April 1. 1931; lot is, block 5, Kewalo Tract, Honolulu,
Oahu. J500. 1 year at 10 per cent. lio)k 220, page ioj.
Tr Oahu Co lege to J A Thompson, D, April i, 1901, ht 33, block 9, College Hills
Tract, Honolilu, Oihu. 51800. Book 223, page 1.
Is in Quarantine
Shortly before 2 o'clock yesterday
tho transport Lawton from Nagasaki
anchored oft tho harbor. She called for
eight hundred tons of coal nnd to land
two cases of small-pox. One of the
cases Is convalescent nnd the other caso
broke out ten days bo.'oro the vessel
reached hero clnco which tlmo mf-oth-rs
It was somo tlmo before the quaran
tine officials hero mado up their mlnde
to allow' tho Ijiwton to enter the hnr
hor but when It wns explained to Dr.
Cnrmlchacl that tho vessel must take
eight hundred tons of coal, and that It
would consumo about two weeks' time
to put It aboard If tho transport re
mained outside, bo concluded to have
her to como In and anchor In the
stream, under a strict quarantine. She
accordingly entered and Is moored near
the llghtfiouso next to the M. P. firace.
Sho Is being guarded by nrmed
guards In boats and no communica
tion between shore and vessel Is al
lowed. Tho troops aboard the Lawton nre
tho entire 30th Infantry which was In
Chlnn. Uelng n small vessel her uc
coniQilntlons ara taxed to the utmost
The principal officers aboard nre Gen
eral J. M. Ilell, Colonel McGregor of
tho Ninth Cavalry and Colonel Hayes
of tho fourth Cavalry. General Hell It
n Pennsylvania!!. Ho entered tho army
In 18C2 ns a member of the 80th Ohio
Volunteers nnd srbseriucntly received
n commission In the tuvnlry of his own
State, retiring from active service In
1SC5 as captain. At tho organlratlon
of tho 7th U. S. Cnvnlry In 1SC0, ho en
tered tho regular service ns second
lieutenant nnd during thirty-two years
nctual service, was promoted until ho
becamn MaJoV of the First Cavalry.
A recent Issuo of tho Washington
Star contains tho following regarding
He was brevcttcil ns first lieutenant
nnd captnln for gallant services In tho
battles of tho Wilderness, Virginia
brevctted a major for gallantry nt
fleam's Station nnd lieutenant colonel
for service In action ngalnst the In
dlans In Montana in 1877.
Colonel Ucll has served with alls-
Unction throughout nil tho period cov
ered by tho greiitont of our Indian wars,
from 1SGG to lSbn. At tho outbreak
of tho wnr with Spain, Major Ilell sail
cd In command of n rqnailrou of his
regiment to Cuba nnd was commended
for his gnllunt scrvUcs In tho first
fight, whero ho served under General
Young nt Las auaslmas. being ono of
tho first ofllrers to fall grlovously
wounded by a Spanish bullet.
He was made n brigadier general of
vountecrs during tho Spanish war. Ho
Is now on his wny homo from tho Phil
Innlnes and will bo nsslgned to tho
command of ono of tho now cavalry
FUNI1RAL OP DR. McKIBIMN.
Wniluku, April fl. Tho funeral of tho
Into Dr. Ilohert McKlbhln was held on
Thurndny at Mokawno cemetery nbovo
Kfthiunul, Itov.aAVm. Au-t ottlclatlni?,
Thcro wero many beautiful floral offer
JnKS fium friends of deceased. Frlenda
for miles nround
ottcu.lcil tho Mncrnl.
MIh Lucy l-ealio, y from Honolulu wm'j.,,, nfg1lest oriler nown to lhe art,
present nt l.ls death bed. Tho pall T w ,he m mt$ r M()no,
bonrcra were: I.oi.Ib von Tcmpsky. W. ,, who m,e specfaty of the
U. Alncn, Ul. .ilci.liUHi:y, l-lim n uuun,
V.1II1H VUI'I' Ullll iwnuiu.
Thero will ho n meeting ot the Duel! -
eyo Club this evening at 7:30 o'clock at
tho homo of llev. V. D Wcstervelt on
Mrs W Keanu
Mrs E S Church
C Spreckels & Co
Koloa Sugai Co
Klpahulu Sugar Co
P C Jones Ltd
Tr Oahu College
fCoo Book 170, page 10).
Around the World
In an Indian Canoe
Victoria, II. C, Marrrj 27. Around
the world In an Indian war canoe
that Is the straugo voyage projected by
Frank Saxby, n mlucr and former
newspaper man 6f Chcmalmis, who U
hero contemplating arrangements for
the trip. Ho hns bought an Indian
rnnoc from the Slwashes nt Clapotiuot
on tho west coast nml Is having It
decked over nnd titled with water-tight
compartment: after the manner of life
boats. When complete;! In about five
weeks, he says, the vessel will bo so
secure that It will be Impossible to
swamp It. Tlireo masts arc being
J placed In tho canoe and It will be rig
gcd fore and aft. It will be brought
to Victoria, when the start Is to be
made six weeks hence.
From Victoria Snxby nnd a com
panion whose name he will not gUe,
Intend to proceed to Hongkong by tho
southern route, going first to "Hono
lulu and thence ncross the Pacific, call
ing nt Guam, the Philippines nnd Ja
pan. Prom Hongkong It Is their Inten
tion to proceed down the China coast
to tho Strhlts Settlements nnd on down
to tho Australian colonies, then
through tho southern reus to tho west
coast of South America, to Africa nnd
ultimately to London.
Thcioutnt to bo taken along Includes
a picture-making apparatus, and photo
graphs will be taken nnd rulers nnd
prominent men Interviewed nt all
points, the pictures and Interviews to
bo collected for n series of lectures and
for nrtlrlcs for periodicals and news
papers. Ultimately a book will bo pub
lished. Tho rnniie Is but thirty-eight
feet long and Is a typical Indian war
(low Murine Engineer! Stiind.
It has been supposed for somo tlmo
among a few pcoplo that tho marine on-
Klnccm wore virtually In sympathy
with tho striking mates of tho local
steamer companies. In Bpeaklng of
strikes nnd strikers yesterday, Super
intendent Engineer A. W Keeeh of the
Inter-Island Company spoke for his
branch of tho scrvlco ns follows:
"A marine engineers' strike hns'ncr
cr como to my knowledge. There have
been differences' I believe at different
times and places In the United States
but such linvo ahva been tnilctly ad
justed by diplomacy on a basis of com
mon sonfu. It such differences should
arleu hero nt any time I nm sure they
will bo settled In tho sumo manner nnd
thoso Interested only will lie tho wiser,
Tho ninilno engineers of tho United
States liavo been thoioughly organized
for many years past And It hns bevn
this thorough organization and tho con
servntlco policy followed that has been
the cause ot the 'quiet nlonj; tho line.'
As a class marine engineers aro nrbl-
trnfv Iti tlimiDlit lust nmnnt? thrtmsplvns
nml diplomatic and Just to tho out-
It may not be generally known
that KING BROS have taken up
photography as a branch to their
It is a fact however, that they
have established a gallery nnd nre
I ' ... . '. tltrnll7 f ,V,H, nf
platinotype finish, tli.in
which 1 here is none better known.
This paper will never fade, besides
' permitting a beauty and softness of
STUDIO NEXT TO STORE
120 HOTEL ST.
A meeting of the share holders of the
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS CO..
LTD., will be held In Honolulu on MON
UAY April 15th, loot, at 2 o'clock p. m.
at the office of Jas. F. Morgan, C; Queen
St , to take action to amend BY LAWS
and any. other business that may be pre
sentel. JAS. F. MORGAN,
Blectton oT Officers
At the regular annual meeting of th:
stockholders of L". I'LCK & CO, LTD.,
held this day, the following officers and
directors were duly elected for the ensuing
James L. McLean President
W. Wolters Vice-President
E. Peck Treasuterand Manager
C. C. Conradt- Secretary
N. E. Gedge Auditor
The above officers constitute the Board
C. C. CONRADT,
Honolulu, March 29, 1001. i8o2-iw
Election of Officers.
At the Adiojrned Annual Meetlnz of the
stockholders of the INTER-ISLAvD
STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD.. held
this day, the lollowlng Ofticers and Di
rectors were duly elected for the ensuing
J. Ena President
James L McLean...vlce-Presldent
N. E. Gedge Treasurer
C. H. Clapp Secretary
T. W. Hobron Auditor
DIRECTOS: J. Ena, G. N. Wilcox,
A. S. Wilcox, W. O. Smith, August
Dreler, H. M. Von Holt, J. M. IDowsett.
C. H. CLAPP,
Honolulu. March 2;. iqoi. 1 707-2 w
IW THE CIRCUIT COURT. I IRST CIRCUIT
ol th Territory of Ha all. In rroba.it. at chambtn.
In the matter of the tstatt of Lote mi, ti known
a Kuoliiu, late of Ewa, Oahu, 4caJ, Intestate
Petition having heen file J bv Nahulna. son of satd
Inteitate, fraying that letters nf mlnUtratlort upon
sail itiaTc r iuj x uecn mown, nonet it nertey
eivfn that iV.onjay. in om Jiyot May, a.u , toot,
at 10 o'clock a m.. In the Judiciary Hull J In?. Hono
lulu, l appoint' J th time and ptaca for hearing salJ
petition, hen anJ where all persons concerned may
appfar and snow cause. ! any tney nave, wny said
pet'tlon shoflld not b grantid.
Honolulu, March mri. A D., toot,
Ity tht Court,
tJt-tApr t.ft.M.it CI
IN CIRCUIT COURT, SECOND CIRCUIT,
Territory of Hawaii, In th matter ot thtestat of
Ah Mine, lata ot Kit till I. Mul. dtteawJ Intettite.
On rcaJInr and filing the petition ot Tens v one.
jminmraior 01 ine esiaia 01 rn .Mine pramc rur
an order of sale iDf certah rial estate Wt-nefrj; to
the said estate, situate at Kutcao e, Ku-a, Maul, and
settlmt: fontl certain teavms why such real estate
should be old, to-wlt lhat Ih personal estate ot
the said estate Is Insufficient to pay the debts of ihe
deceased. It Is hereby ordered that thonext of kin
of the said deceawi and all persons Interested in the
ftilleitate, appear before th court on TliUttS
I)Y. the tjlti day of AI'KIL. A.U , 1901, at ten
Veck a. tn , at the Court Roam ot this Court In
Walluku, MaJl then and the'e tu show cause why an
order should not be grafted forthe sateot such es
tate. Dated Walluku, Maul, March t&h, 1901,
My the Court.
(SMI) JAb. N. K KCOLA.
i8o-)t-Apr 1.8,1s Cleik.
Notice to Creditors
The undersigned, having bft-nduly appointed ad
mlnUtrator of ih estate of J. C Lung, late of Klhel.
Maul, deceased. Intestate, heiebv tlesnotkeii all
creditors ol the iald defeated, to present tielr claims.
du'y authenticated, with prptr vouchers, even If the
saire are secure j ry mnrtfiaee upon reai estate, 10
him at Wi Ibku.Maul. within sit months from the
datelMreuf or they wltl be f clever barred
aMrrlnl.tratir, Estate of J. C. Lonjr,,
Walluku. Maul, March jctli. 1401
&HtAp 1.8 11
Nolle It hereby riven thit th uniertlpneJ halt
bf n appoint J by the Hon A S Humphrey!, I Irit
JuJh ol th Orcull Court ot Hi Hrtt Circuit, ai
minitrt' r ot ine estate ot ;, KiiAkOiii. tcitej, ot
Honolulu. Uttni of Oafu. Territory ot (.. I. All
creditor! art lierby not I fie J taprevntlhe r cUlmi.
duly authentic If i. anJ wlthprfptr voucher. It any
cxlkt, to mc at the law office ol Achl & J hno No.
t, Camptrll ulock, uptalrf, In taU on lulu. with
In ft) moniht frcm the J ate ol tltlt publication, or be
forreff barrid. AnJ all rertont (nJebteJ to the taU
estate are reiiuctteJ to make aimed late payment ol
ftucn inaep eane.! 10 mc.
Aimlnlttratnr Ettate of b, Kalakoill.decef ted.
Honolulu April l, it. i6ot4t-i.ttn.ii
Notice It hereby Rlen by the un4erlcnJ aJmlnls-
tratru tf the estate of tht lata (erri Man son, tie
ceased to all cre.ll ort ha vine claims acalcst the tali
estate to rrttent the tame duly aathentlatt4 and
villi propir voucher!, even II thecltlm I secured by
morttrapB nr ulhfrwU. at the ntfiaa itl J. At. David
sun. ltq.. iog tCaaht-manu ttreet, Honolulu, Oahu.
Hiiiim !i monitt ircm aaie, or uiey win re roreyer
LILY JOSEPHINE MANON,
AdmlnUtratrU ul the estate of George Manson. d
Dated Honolulu, March ij, 1901.
irgi-Mar. il.tt.i l.sf
FOR BALLAST !l
White and Black Sand
( In Quantities to Suit....
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
tST Dump Cuts furnished by the di)
m Hour's Notice.
H. ri HITCHCOCK.
Queen Stogp. Unlcn fed Co. TEU 29)
Drays tor Freight
Our repus:ntatlve meets all Incoming
tteamers from the Contt ?nd we checv
baggaKe on all outgoing steamers.
White and Black Sand For Salr
Office with Evening Bulletin, 210 Klnf
urcci. 1 ci. ou.
W. LARSEN, VII.
Ri:a ui1 tqk. .
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
"?618 KOUT BTltKK"
Stuhle Thone, 477
Unci. Stand l'hne, Sill nd7r
id. K. KA.AI,
1'oacherof .itar, Mandolin, Zltb
Ukulele nnd Taro Patch.
Orders to b loft mre of Wall, Nlcho.'i
On r "V'trom MualoCo.' 1M
Forty-first Annual Statement
The Germania Life Ins. Co.
OF NEW YORK
FOR Tllli YEAR LNDINO DLCCMDI.R
3 1st, 1000.
Donds and Mortgagor on
Heal Kstnte N,230,M2.
Domestic nnd Foreign
State, City, Railroad and
other llondg ownej, Mar- ..
kct value 7.CI3.C00.39
Heal Estate owned, Includ
ing Odlco Uulldlngs tn
tho United States and
Cash deposited In Ilnnka . 4;i,5tl8S
Cash on hand and In tra.tslt
(slnco received) 172,637.
Loans on Policies In force 1,390,2CS.(9
Net or Invested Assets De
cember 31st. 190C 2C,Gi4,9I3JO
Interest nnd Rent duo and
Dalanco of year's pre
miums, not yet duo (full
rcscrvo charged In Lia
bilities), net 309,933.8!
Premiums In cotirso ot
transmission (full re
serve charged In Lia
bilities), net 178,451.91
Total Assets December
31st, 1900 127,378,533.39
Ilcservo fund for all out
standing Policies In force
December 31st, 1900, cal
culated on tho assump
tion that tho Company's
Investments will earn In
terest at tho rate ot 1
per annum J23.C23.30I.QO
Additional Ilcservo frund
required to plnco the
Company on a 3H
basis for all outstanding
Ilcservo Fund' for Extra
Risks and Surrender Val
ues, etc 101.CC0.18
Unadjusted Claims 165,232 JI
Unpaid Dividends of 1900
duo to Policyholders.... C0.203.SX
Reserve Fund for Divi
dends to Policyholders:
Pnyablo In 1901
Payable subse- j
queut to 1901
ns Dl Idcnd
Periods ma- ,
Totnl Ualdlltles 1:5,855,131.05
Surplus as regards Policy
Total ABSCts 127,378,533.30
From the foregoing statement of
Assets thero Is excluded (as Is usual
with this Company) every Item which
Is not admitted by the State Insurance)
Department, nnd a very conservative
valuation Is put upon the various Item
Manager, Hawaiian Islands,
JuJJ Building, Honolulu.
. . .TELEGRAPH
On and After the 2nd of March
messages In plain language will be accept
ed foi transmission between the
places mentioned befow:
Ka Laati, Molokai
Matinalei, I. anal; and
The charge for such messages will be at
the rate of so cents per word of 1 5 letters,
minimum charge J2, until further notice.
Wlien telephone connections are avail
able me'siges may be lianJed to the tele
pnone company to oe lorwaroed to tiesn
iiatlons other than those mentioned above.
In otlur cases special messengers may
lhe cost of snecl.il delivery Is not In
cluded In lhe charge at so cents per word.
If the cost Is known It must be pjU by
the sender when the message Is handed In.
If. unknown, it must be paid by,iheaJ
dtessee when the message Is delivered.
Honolulu Office, Magoon Block.
The Life of Queen
John Coulter and J. A. Cooper
ot London unit Ciinndu.
BOOM ll, MAGOON BLD
Art Dmbroldery Taught.
Visions In ART KMIIUOIDKHV 1I1
ue Kl.'en by Mrs. II. II. Williams at Ik.
City Furnlturo Store, Kort itre
?lrst Class stamping dons.
-US. II. II. WIUJAU-
Fine Job rrlntlos tt the OulleUs