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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, It. T., MONDAY, APHtL IB, 1901.
Oceanic Steamship Company
rkt teamen of this line will rrlr and leare thla port as hereunder:
FROM SAN PnANClSCO.
VENTU11A ?Apr. 23
MAIUPOSA May 4
SIEUItA May 18
MAIUPOSA May 25
SONOMA June 4
la connection with the sailing of the above steamers the agents are pre
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. G.Irwin &Cq., Limited,
GENERAL AQENT3 OCEANIC S; B. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental SteusMp Co, s Tojo Kisen Knlsna
-... I tea era of the a bore coafiaiM will call at HoaoUla ut tMrt till pert oa or asset re
latee Mow arJoaed t..
For Japan and China
HontVong Mini... April t6
Chin April e,
For ffHtl nforartoo ..ply to
I H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents,
t ' Wan-Australian Royal Mail Steamship Companj.
awrStMri of tba atova I toe. ruaraa- ta couacUoa wtth tba CANADIAN PACIFIC BAILWAY m
Tascoorar. o, k bbh otobij. n. a, w
HUB AT HONOLULU oa or abort tba J
is 00 or aoom u
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C,
far Brlabaaa an Srdaty I
Aorant;.,..., , May 11
Moana ..... . June 8
Mlowtra July 6
aWThroarta Ickete Israe4 from Hooolato to Caeala. Vtltt4 Statea aa4 Baroaa. For Haltbt aa8
Faaat aad al serai Iflfonsatlon, apply to
Thco. H. Davlcs & Co., Ltd., Gcn'l Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
S.S CALIFORNIAN, 6,000 tons, to salt In April
$. 5 OREGONIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail two weeks later.
S'S AMERICAN, 6.000 tops, to sail
,x. S.S..HAWA11AN,. 6,000 tons, tosall ?-:
Freight received at company's wharf. 42d Street, South Brooklln, at all times.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSE,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Lines of Travel
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
-' y FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pu man Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Btrber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals ala-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
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, Q. P. it T. A.,
1471 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Go.
After January 1, 184B,
(Oitmri) AS- 'jjj
u. 9u, D.II7 D.Wr
Ho.al.1. .. .. t.io
pmii cur.... I..
F, C. Bkitu, Gcn'l P. dc Tloket
G. P. Dbwibqw. Haparlntondrint
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOH ISLAM) TOUTS
Oensrtl Utntgar ol
Tk KnaiUbU Lift AuatAcoi HooitA
Uf Dm United rJUtes lor lb UawUU'
Omni MsrafaMl lUoti, Ho
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
SIERRA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May S
SONOMA May 14
MARIPOSA May 29
VENTURA , Juno 4
For San Francitco:
NlrponMiru April 19
no cauiaa; ai Yicioria, o. noaoiiia aaa Hrleaaae
a tea t
p Ur4 via i
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria Vaocourer B. C):
Moana, May 8
Moana,... . July ji
M'owera August tS
Bur and lias Dealers.
HAS A FINE LINE OF
Wines. Liquors, Etc,
FOR SALE BY THE GLASS OR BOTTLE
J. K. Alerseberg.
iMrOBTBBS, AND WKOLBBALI
Vine ami Lipr Dealers.
AfMtt t.r r Bottl.t R.l.ltr Bmt .1 imhu.
NO. 19 NUDANU 8TBXBT
Poiim Block. Honolulu, Hawaiian ItiAiDt
P. O, BoillT. Mutuil Tltte. ol.
SODA WATER CO., Ltd.
Comer Allen and Fort Sts., Honolulu.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu, H. I
The Mint Saloon
WM. CUNNINGHAM, Prop.
On Nuuanu St., opposite Chaplain Lane
If a tine 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 spacious and airy
bar room are lust a few
of the attractions.
J. II. McDonough Is the man
ager. His assistants are VV.
Hilary, Bonnie Lemon
and Wally Davis.
If vou call once, you will call
No Byer to Burn,
But Beer to Beat the Band
Laugh invoice of.
IN DRAUGHT AND MOTTLE
It lias'nt come to stay ; It's nolnt;
fast, but there's more com-
Inn every month.
L. II. DEE, Prop,
Instruments filed (or retord April I), loot,
Mrst Party Second Party Clasi
Hank of Hawaii Ltd W C Achl Rel
W C Aclil J Fernandez D
J Fernandez Pott. Mut Benefit Socy' M
J Gasper J A NodrlRiiej D
R P Lewis G Lvcurgus D
E M Nakulnn W M Blxby I)
B Devauchelle B K Uevauchelle I)
Instruments filed for record April 15, toot.
First Party Second Party Class
N A Tracy A V Amswaldt D
Mrs S C Waters Hllo Mercantile Co Ltd L
A B Loebensteln L
IIIli E P& R Co Ltd Hllo EL Co Lid Bond
M de Rego and wife J S Canard) M
Kalnapau W H Shlpman L
Meheula and husbrnd Kalnapau D
G W R'ckey and husband G A Uauplilny j
Hirata Hatsi d W Kinney M
E M Richardson A E Sutton P A
Kapuaokahlklna Mts K Akuna D
G Forsyth F G Correa m
M D Mendonca J R de Souza D
J de Lima ' D
A de S Crayalho A de Souza L)
J Palwl Kaono U
Akonl W Y Horner L
Heirs W Y Horner Lahalna Ice Co A L
Chas Lennox E H Kekapal L
H WaterhoLs: et al AN Hayselden I)
Mahne and wife Kaulu et al D
S Kaulu H Kuu'aloha D
" " AKunau " D
N K Snlffen NIa Chin In L
" " " Con Kau L
L M McKeague Cliov Lan et al L
Pioneer B & L Ass'n R P Lewis Rel
RPWalpa WF Allen M
F T Blckerton M A K Ozawu P A
J W Kalua Fred Meydrs Agmt
RECORDED APRIL 6, loot.
H T Hayselden and wife to V At Campbe'l, M, Mar )o, loot: lot !, block B of grt,
j4oo, Kulaokahua, Honolulu, Oahu. 1 1350, at 6 per cent. Book 220, page 120.
RECORDED APRIL 8, 1001.
A W Richardson ti H C Easton, E D. Jan 11, loot) lot 124, See C, Patent 4395'
por lot 61, Sec B Patent 4Q. Olaa, Puna, Hawaii. i. Book 222, pare 120.
J A Thompson toTrs O ihu College, M, Apr 1, toot; lot 3, College Hills Tract, Ho
nolulu, Oahu. S1200. Book 23t. pae tog.
J G Jones to Pacific Sugar Mill. L, Mar 1, 1901; Patent 3007. Xaauhuhu, Hamakua,
Hawaii. 12 yrs from date at 116.62-100 ptr an. Book 218, page 163.
G K Kunukau to Klpahulu Sugar Co, L, Apr 5, 10011 por grant 3248, Alaelkl, Klp.i
hulu, Maui 12 yrs from Aug 1. 1000, J80, paid for fun term. Book 218, page 162.
VV Wolters to. Tts Oahu College M, Apr 1, 1901; lots I & 2, block 7. College Hills
Tract, Honolulu, Oahu j2'co. Book 221. page 200.
T Bowler and husband to Pacific Land & Imp. Co Ltd. L.Jan 1,1001; niece lar.d,
Fort Street, Honolulu, Oahu. 25 vrs from da'e at $600. Book 218, page 166.
L C Marques and husband to Trs Oahu College, M, Apr t, iooij lot 6, block 9,
College Hills Tract, Honolulu, Oahu. I1050. Book 221, page 204.
Gear, Lansing & Co to J Shaw, D, Fes 6, loot; lot 1, block 13, Kalmukl Tract,
Honolulu, Oahu. Stooo. Book 217, page 49?.
T May to P C Jones, P A, Apr 8, loots Full Powers. Book 224. page 14.
W RncW v nrd wife to TE Cook, D, Mar 21, 1001; piece land Hllo, Hawaii. Jitoo.
Book 317, page 49.
CF 1 iuetj I r. Oahu College, M, Apr 1, toot; lot 4, block 1, College Hills Tract,
Honolulu, Oahu. 5550. Book 22t, p ge 202.
FS Lyman et als to Halal Hill Land Co Ltd, B S, Mar 8, loot; Int. In water
right lease on R P 1046- Punahot 2nd. Hllo, Hawaii, ft Book 218, page 161
J H dimming to MDCinmlngs, A L, Int. In leis.'lnlj corner Piikol &
Klnau Streets, Honolulu, Oahu. Ji. Book 224, page 11.
I Kekahuna anJ wife to Paia Plantation, D, Aug 8. 1896; 21 acres land Pala, .Waul.
5(j3. Book 217, page 402.
Trs Oahu Collrge to H P Rildwln, D, Apr 1, 1931; lots 20, 21, 22, 21, block 9,
College Hills Tract, Honolulu, Oahu. io,6oo. Book 217. page 493-000000-0000000
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Cincinnati, April C. A corres
pondent at San Juan, Porto Illco, In
a special to tho Enquirer, says: "I
was hero hcioro tho war with Spain
and most ot tho tlmo slnco and must
admit that whllo sanitary and othor
reforms have been worked out and
other beneficent reforms projected,
unnvolilablo disasters and Inexperi
enced administration have caused tbo
material condition of tho people to
be worse, now than under Spanlih
rule. In a number of districts tho
pcciplo aro actually starving. There
Ik no work; tho planters havo no
money to undertake cultivation. Tho
banks will not lend them a smnll
amount. Stories' uro told of tho Im
mense opportunities for capitalists,
but some wry they do not Bcem to
'Tho municipalities hnvo no funds
nnd hnvo failed In attempts to bor
row tho neeessnry monoy to conduct
nffnlrs or umlortako improvement.
The markets aro paralyzed. The
warehouses aro full of tobacco with
no salo for coITco. Tho peoplo are
denied citizenship nnd nro left like
nr soncrs on tho Island to stnrvo,
Theso things appeal to tho peoplo
more than Imnlantlnc schools and
other reforms. "Utterly hoartshk,
tho neoiilo Eathor at tho .wharves,
gazo out on tho wnter nnd bcK of
shin owners to tnko them anywhere.
"Thousands aro goInK to Hawaii,
Cuba, San Domingo. Kcitndor nnd
other Islands. Agents aro picking up
men nnd women. Tho local press
urges tho government to tnko action
at onco to stop tho exodus. Tho em
igration to Kcunodor has heen prac
tlcnllv stonned becauso of tho Ill-
treatment received by thoso who hnvo
Fought refugo thore. Ship load nttor
shipload of peoplo aro lenvlng for
"As n result of tho trip of tho Por
to Hlcnn commission to Washington,
ownera havo been allowed to plaro
their own vnluatlon on property. Tho
new tax Inw has heen otherwise modi
fied nnd less .opposition Is now mnde.
Tho peoplo object to continuing tho
pavmont of ID per cent of tho Ding
Tonlfiht'H Hand Concert.
Tho band will play the following sc-
Wtlons at a concert In Kmma Square
1 concert In Kmma Square
&t tho usual hour thin evening:
0erturo Schiller Meyerbeer
Selection Ia Terlcholo .... Offenbach
Cornet Solo Ia Contcsso (now)..
Mr. Charles Kreutcr.
Sours (by request)
(a) Lei Ponl Mol (b) Sweet Lei
MUa J, Kclllaa.
(c) Ku'u Wehlweh! 01) Kohuhl.
Mrs. N. Alapul.
Sulto Mnsciirnilo (by request)
March l.f Mimciiillim ...,
NS'ult Amlaliiulnii I.ovo Diciuiu..
Onlop Kiill Hmtc1 Ahciil Ilohm
Tho Hlar Hpannled llanner,
Nicely fLirnlfllieil rounii, I'optilur
llouio, 12(1) Fort HI., ft GO per week up,
COLOMBIA TAKES III
Washington. April C Colombian
has demanded ot tho United States
tho recognition of tho principle ot
neutrality In the agreement sho hopes
to reach wtth this country contem
plating Its completion of the Panama
This condition Is Included In a
memorandum submitted by Minister
Sllva to Secretary Hay, embodying
tho terms upon which his Government
is willing to transfer tho canal to tho
United Stntes. J. F. Ford, consulting
engineer of tho Colombian Govern
ment and attacho ot tho Colombian
legation, mado this nuthorltatlvo
statement this afternoon regarding
the terms offered tho United States:
"Tho proposition mado by Colom
bia amounts to something Ilka tho
transfer of n houso In which thero Is
a tennnt. Tho rights ot tho tennnt
nro guaranteed with certain reserva
tions and they must ho rcspectod.
Colombia must havo nn Interest in
tho future, tolls of tho rnnnl which
shall bo more thnn, or, nt least, equi
valent to, whnt sho would recolvo un
der tho concession held by tho Pa
nnma Cnnal Company. Hcnco iho
capital cost of tho construction ot tho
ennni will not lio ntlectcd by any
tlnnnclnl ngreement Colombia might
wish ,to make respecting tho future
Tho capital cost of construction of tho
cnnal will not bo Increased over tho
estimate of cost fixed by tho Ameri
can Isthmian Canal Commission.
"Colombia offers to tho United
Stntes control nnd operation ot tho
rannl, possibly In perpetuity. Tho
United Stntes must guarantee Colom
bia's political sovereignty over tho
tcnltnrv now Included In tho Depart
ment of Tanamn. Colombia requires
nt nresent nn nbservnneo of tho prln.
clnln of general neutrality ns provid
ed for In tho Clayton Tlulwcr treaty
which sho will not discuss, but which
she does not In nny wnv wish to vlo
Into. A careful rending of tho Clay.
tnn-Tliilnor treaty will show thnt It Is
Btrletly limited to a. prohibition
ncnlnst either tho United States or
Grent Ilrltaln over controlling or own
ing tho Nlcaragun cannl, which Is
specifically mentioned In every article
exrept Iho eighth. Tho eighth nrtlclo
establishes tho general principle of
tho neutrality of nnv canal and then
mentions tho possibility of tho con-
'sirtictlon or a cnnal, either nt Panama
or Tolumntppoc. thereby further
nnowinK tho limitation of tho provl.
"Colomhlii mnkfn nn nhsnlnteljr
iquaro biinlnran prnponltlnn which In
evnrv vrny in fcnnllilo nnd ndvnntnKi
our to tho United Slnles. Tho. rlRbts
of tho French enmnnny must ho ro
Bpeeted nR fnr as thoy ko nnd whnt
ever they mnv ho. In rno tho United
Stntes Rhniilit rnmo to nn nKreomont
with Tolombln It will ho nlilo to tro'it
with tho Trench cnmpnnv for tho nf
nulRltlon of Its proporty nnd tho
rrenrli rnmpnnv will rerclvn pcrmls
ulnn of C'nlomhln tn neitntlnto with
tho 1'nlled HtnteR, whlrh nt nreRent
" t"""lilUHf el under ItR ennecRlon,"
.iiiiiii.iritfuiiff, K"Z to car "
luR&SBS E-Zwoy tc
euro u howl
WirtK5 1 noho
? HfllklW 1 III
r.WrVW.V.VWWVi " ilruarw.t
BITS OF (til) IKK
Alameda, April fi. Ono of the two
pieces of flotsam from tho wreck of
the Ill-fated steamer Illo do Janeiro
thnt were picked up on tho bay shore
at tho foot of Mcl'hcrson street yes
terdny Is calculated to bear out the
theory that the boilers ot tho ship
exploded Just as sho took tho final
plunge beneath tho waves. It Is a cop
per calling-card plate bearing tho
name of Miss Howcna Jehu, one ot
tho victims of tho wreck, thnt Is firm
ly embedded In tho pleco of wood thnt
has kept It afloat theso many days,
showing that It must have been drhcu
Into the timber by some explosive
Tho flotsam was found by Mrs. Jo
seph Holes, a I'ortugucso washerwo
man, living at 3 Hcndrlck place. She
wns gathering driftwood on tho Bhoro
when sho came upon It. Sho also
found a small trunk that evidently had
been the property of a well-to-do
Chinese who met his fate on tho Illo
Mrs. Doles called a boy named Joo
Cavo to look nt her find. With somo
difficulty ho forced tho lid oft, expos
ing 10 view n liuio wooden Japanned
box, a number of pieces of silken ap
parel, somo Chinese notebooks and n
wooden die. Tho clothing seems to bo
of tho best material and Indicates that
tho owner wns wealthy. Tho notebooks
havo fancy covers and ono of them
Is described ns a Chlncso dlstlonarv.
The die probably contains the namo
of the Chinese who lost his Ilfo and
has been translated Into "Lul Ho Tlcf
Cheo Gun" by a local Interpreter. The
trunk Itself Is well preserved consid
ering the length of tlmo It has been
In the water and not a scratch mars
Its leather exterior.
Thero Is somo controversy over tho
possession of the little box that was
found inside ot tho trunk. Mrs. Doles
snys that young Cavo ran oft with It
ns soon as he rattled It and found thnt
something Jingled Inside. Sho thinks
It contained ft lnrgo sum of money.
On the other band, Cavo says ho old
not tnkc tho box nnd that Mrs. Doles
has It Ho stoutly denies that there
was nny money In It. anyway.
Mrs. Doles told the story or her find
to Mrs. Arthur M. lllckox, ono of her
employers, and yesterday afternoon
Mrs. lllckox took some of the articles
to the Chlneso Consul In San Francis
co. Ho wns very much Interested In
thrtn and said that Chinatown would
be placarded In an effort to discover
tho relatives of the drowned Chinese.
Tho wood nnd namo-plato and the
trunk Mrs. Doles carried to her home.
It was not long before the news of
tho find had spread over tho entlroj
neighborhood and many flocked to
seo the things. Among those who
viewed them wns a young man, who
recognized the namo of Miss Ilowena
Jehu as being thnt of a victim of tho 1
wreck. Ho perstinded Mrs. Doles to
give him tho wood and plate, which
ho took to the Jehu homo In this city
11 is tnn opinion or thoso who saw
tho relies that the plate could only
havo been so embedded In tho timber
by a sudden and grent force. It Is so
firmly fixed that It cannot bo moved.
When tho Dlo do Janeiro went down
her boilers nro snld to havo exploded
and this explosion Is believed to hnvo
canned the death of many ot tho strug
gling passengers and crew.
Dr. I'Icrcc's Elec
tric HoUy Battery
Ay wIlfiDrugt! Intei
tlgitf. Sn4 for "Daoic
Ut ro. " AJiretv
IUKCI! SLIiCTKIC CO.,
620 M'-kct St.. 8 P
In Afi(t,ill.r. a( id. .nnnlnlm.nl nt
111 WI((TJMtlllC U I IIC lJUIIIIIIIEIIl t'i
the Hen. Geo. Gear to the Uicult Bench
as 2nd Judge, the firm ot Divls and Gear
l ,ttAl.,..1 f:. A 11.... ! ...Ill A.mt.
, UI33UIVCU. J(Ui ti l.iJ.O Wit, V.VUf)
the same offices anJ continue the active
praciice 01 his prnifssion. io"r 1
IN TUB CIHCt'lT COURT. MUST CIIJCUIT
of the Territory of Hlwall In nrot-a'e. at ctumbrrs
In Hie iraltrr of lliettitt of Lole au., altj known
a. Kuoluu. late of fcwa. Oahu. JrctavtJ. Inttttatr.
fttitlon tiatine; tiacn lilJ try (tatiulna. aonot aaid
Inlektatt, r-rayln? thatlrurra ot a mlnl.lratlon upon
1414 ttlale t-v IkturJ t. Cecil Hmwn. notice 1 hereby
Bivrn mat nionja). ine bin uayoi may. a.u.. tout,
at 10 o'clock a m . In the Judiciary UullJInf:, lUtnt
lulu. Ii arpolntr J the time an4 rlace (or hearing .I4
petition, when an4 there all prrkoni concetne4 mav
arprar ani thow caie If any they have, liy tal4
pei'lion knouu not re Ktaniu
Honolulu, Match e)th. A. ! 1941,
7 lit 1 wuun,
P. D, KEUETT, JH.
IN CIRCUIT COURT. SEfOND CIRCUIT.
Territory of Hill, In the mailer ol (tie relate of
Ah Mine, lat ol KaMiiii. Miui. Jrttatej iittktat
On reaJInc art J filing ifie rtln of Trne one,
aJmlniitrator ol I he rtUtt ol hMIrr pra)lnu fur
an order of aala of certain real ei'ate Itltnpinir to
I the tali ettaw, iltuatt at Kumao'e, Ku'a Maul, an!
I Mltlnc fcriti certain leatona why tuch t eal tUtt
! khuulJ he koiJ. to-wlt That the Btrtunal ettito ot
the aalJ etaie Intufticlenttopay the JMot the
Jecear4 It Is hri by nrderej that the net of kin
of the il 4 JecraieJ ani all ptrtun InttrrsteJ In the
tail estate arr' Mor ihi court on THURS
DAY, the tjth Jay of Al'HIL. A.0 . 1901. at ten
'i 'clock a. in . ai the Court Muom of thlt Court in
VL'jHiiUii Alaul Ihen anJ tliaefn In ihnu a-aiiiu. tkliu an
orJer stmulJ not te graiviej lor the ale uf such ei-,
Date4 Walluku, Maul, Mirctt itlti, 1401.
Itv the Cauit.
iSEAl) JAb N. K KLOLA.
i8jj)t-Apr 1 8.1$ , Clerk.
' Notice to Creditors
1 Irie ufiJerslRneJ, having bt-en July aprolnh'4 a J
mlnistratorol Hi testate of J. C Inng, la'eof Kltwl.
Maul. JtieiseJ, Intektate, heirby Klve iiQiUe tall
creditors of the jI4 Jecvat c4, to prcstnt t elr cialrr s,
I July authenticated, with ptup' vouchers, een If the
I saire r tecuted by ttfttgtxo upon real estate to
mm ai wi hjnu, ytiaui, wnnin nx minuis irom the
date hereof or they will re lortver barrv4
JmlnUtratir, Estate of J C. Long,
Walluku, Maul, March joth, 1901
iftof.l'p i.g i
Notice Is hereby ffltcn that the unjerslgned has
ben appolnU-J by the Hon A S Hutnphreys, I Irtt
Juice of the C'rcult Court of the Tlrst Circuit, al
mlnUlrat t of the estate of S Kalalolll, -eci aed, of
Honolulu, Man4 of Uar,u. Territory of Hawaii All
creditors are hereby notified to present the r claims,
duly authenticated and with prtper vouchers, If any
r tt, tu me at the law office of Achl & J hnso No,
tf, Campiell Ulock. upstairs, In said hon 'ulu, w ti
In sU rooniha trcm the date of this publication or be
forever Lairt J And ah rersons IndetfcJ'toir.rt uu
ette are rv,uted to make Immediate payment of
such in4ip inrkt mt
Admlnlsirator rstalCbl S. K'alakolll.JereaseJ
Hjjnolulu. Apjll i, .got 1B0 4t-i,Ststi
Administratrix's Notice to
Notice l licret invert bv the underslened adinlnlh-
triirU of iht.e-.ute the laielie'rf e Mansun, d
ceased lo all rdl urs h Injr .lalinsac'ifslthe said
estate In prettnt the same dulr authentUated and
wilt pfipir vtiuiltera, ein if the l lm is sicured b
iii'ir'K'iieur jihiw , at ine tri of J. M. )avij
sin, Iw, iiKaaUmini itreil, Hunululu, Uahu,
wihln sn wobt s IfiMdaie or they will le fureter
LILV JOSinilNI MNON,
AiojInUtraUK o the ivlite u( (mime Mtnton, 4f
Iiaiei Honolulu, Mirth i, ((,
Forty-first Annual SUttneat
The Germania Life Ins. Co.
OH NEW YOUK
FOK THU VI.AK I.NDINQ DI.CIJIBrJr'
3 1st, 1900.
Donds and Mortgage on
Ileal Estate $lU3t,0C.tI
Domestic and Foreign
State. City, Itnllroad nnd
other Donds owned, Mar
ket value 7,611,0031
Heal Kstato owned, Includ
ing Ofllco Dulldlngs in
tho United Stntes and
Cash deposited In Hanks . 4SI.SIzja
Cash on band nnd In transit
(since received) 172.C3TJ3
Loans on Policies In force I,330,:.OfI
Net or Invcstt'l Assets De
cember 31st. 190C 2e,S74JIU
Interest and Rents duo and
Dalance ot year's pre
miums, not yet due (full
reserve charged In Lia
bilities), net myxxi
Premiums In courso of
transmission (full re- '
servo charged In Lia
bilities), net 17t,UUX
Total Assets December
31st, 1900 127.378.5J13
Deserve fund for all out
standing Policies In force
December 31st, 1900, cal- e;
ciliated on tho assump
tion that tho Compnny's
Investments will earn In
terest at tho rate of 4
per annum S23.G23.MUI
Additional neserve Pund
required to place the
Company on a 34
basis for all outstanding
neserve Fund for Extra
Risks and Surrender Val
ues, etc 101.Gff.IR
Unadjusted Claims US.UUX
Unpaid Dividends of 1900
duo to Policyholders.... C0J3BJI
Itescrvo Fund for Divi
dends to Policyholders:
Payable In 1901 ,
quent to 1901 " ' (
ns Dividend ' 't
Total Liabilities $2S.SU.B1J6
Surplus ns regards Policy
Totnl Assets S27,17SajG-
rrom the foregoing statement ejt
Assets there Is excluded (as la anal
with this Company) every Item vMefc
Is not ndmltted by the Stato laurats
Department, nnd a very conservative
valuation is put upon the various Itcsa
Manager, Hawaiian Islands,
JuJJ BullJIng. Honolulu-
. . .TELEGRAPH
On and After the 2nd of Harck
me$Jce. In plain language will tie aarpt-
ed fot transmlslon between the
places m:ntlone J below:
K: l.nau, Molokni
.Maunnlei, l.anal; and
The charce for such message, will be al.
the rate of zo cents per word of tjlettrji
minimum charge 12, until further nolke.
When telephone connections are unli
able messages may be hanJeJ totbetrfc
phone company to be forwarded to dctff
natlons other than those mentioned iborr.
In othir cases special roessenjers cut
be employe J.
The cost of special delivery is not In
cluded In the charge at 20 cents per worl.
If the cost is known it must he paid bu
the sender when the message Is handed h.
If unknown, It must be paid by the ad
dressee when the message Is delivered.
Honolulu Office, Magoon Black.
MALE OR FEMALfi
Salary and Commission
Why work for a master
when you can make
from $:m to $40
SEE ATKINSON, MAGOON
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