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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T.. THURSDAY, APIUL 18, 1901.
- Oceanic Steamship Company
, n steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FHOM SAN FRANCISCO.
VENTURA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 4
SIERRA i.May 18
MARIPOSA ....May 25
SONOMA Juno 4
In connection with the sailing o(
Mred to Issue, to Intending passengers,
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
lork by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited,
OKlfBRAL AOENTS OCEANIC 8. B. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
flnvlrlAnfoi anrl tiriantal Gfaomohin An m Tftnn If loan KQlsha
UUUIUUUIQI null villbuiai Ulbauiauiji vv. "jr ij uijvu uuijuu
, ItMBWI .1 IS. lbOT CMptOlM WM Call tt Hoaotula UT lilt fOlt CI CI tbtll ISC
....attci below otlocdt....
I For Japan and China:
I China April i
1 Doric May
For taaaral l&foraatloa r-aly to
H. Hackfeld &
WSimmm ol tt tbon Ma, runntof It cosbkHoo with th CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
MlfMi Vtacoavtr, B. C . tad S.iatjr. N. S. W., ltd ctlllac at Victoria, B, C, Hoeolsla o4 Brlibte.
n DUB AT HOIS O LULU ca or boot th dtti blow iUttl vli i
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C,
for Brlibant and Sydoty t
Aoungl May it
Moana . ...Junt 8
Miowera ......... July 6
aWTtrootb Ickati tisnad froa Hooolola Is Caoada. Ualtatl SlaUt aad EnroBt.
riuii aol al ottal laforattioo, apply to
Theo. H. Davleg &
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
S. S CALIFORNIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail In April
J. S OREGONIAN. 6,000 tons, to sail two weeks later.
S S AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail
S.S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail
Freight received at company's wharf. 42J Street, South Brooklln, at all times.
' For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
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.
P man Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Berber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
MS Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HlTCHCOC. General Ag'nt.
No. t Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E.L.LOMAX.G.P. &T. A.,
147J uroana, wcnrasKa.
O. R. & L. Oo.
Hooolula ... ,.io
luii cur.... i
MDIDID - . ..
-7"- 1 . : - r F, n
F. U. BHiru, uoui xai-c.
O. V. Duuirow. Huporlntendant
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOK ISLAND PORTS
, Oncril Mxniger ol
'ft Kqa'UbU Lift AuaADC SociH
111 th Uultal riUtoifr tbi UwCl4
Umuii Mrb4at i tn l. Uo
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA ..., Apr. 1",
SIERRA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 8
SONOMA May 14
MARIPOSA May 29
VENTURA June 4
the above steamers the agents ire pre-
coupon through tickets by any rail
For San Francisco:
Nippon Miiu r Arrll iv
Co., Ltd., Agents.
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria aad Vanconvtr (B. C ):
... . May t
I.. .July )i
... Augutt iS
For i-ralfffet aad
Co., Ltd., Gcn'l Agents.
Bter and Wins Dealers.
HAS A FINE LINt OF
Wines. Liquors, Btc,
FOR SALE UY-TIIE GLASS OR BOTTLE ,
..... , .
o. i mcrHeuert:.
iMPOBTXnn, AND Wkouiali
Vine anfl Lipr Dealers,
Accata lei tb Bottl.4 Ic.lnl.r Bm cl (Mttlc.
NO, 19 NCOAKO STttErr
tcitM Blcck. Honolulu, Hawauak Uusdi
P. O. Boi 11?. Mutual Ttltrcoac ot
SODA WATER CO., Ltd.
Comer Allen and Fort Sts Honolulu.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE .MERCHANTS.
225 Queen St., Honolulu. H. 1
The Mint Saloon
WM. CUNNINGHAM, Prop.
On Nuuanu St., opposite Chaplain Lane
If a fine drink ot anything mere
liic my is naiiicuf tuc
I.. .14.. 1.. ...a. ,4.-1 tli.
Mint is the place to go.
A beer garden,
a fine reading
room, and a spacious and alr
bar room are tusi a lew
of the attractions.
J. H, McDonough Is the man
ager. His assistants are W.
Hilary, Bonnie Lemon
and Wally Davis.
If vou call once, yoj n 111 call
m V m
No Beer to Burn,
But Beer to Beat the Band
LARGU INVOICH OP
IN 1)11 AUGHT AND DOTTLE
It hus'nt come to stay , it's uolni;
fast, but there's more com
Inn every month.
L. H. DEE. Prop.
ANTI VACCINATION BILL
TUHNED DOWN BY DOLE
Senate Not Disposed to Work Much
Yesterday Afternoon Reports
Received Little Business
There was ery little done at the af
ternoon session of tho Senate yester
day. Tho Senators seemed not to hne
recovered from the resn't of the action
taken during the morning on the Din
pensnry hill. The first thing done was
the presentation of the follow Ins re
port of tho special committee to whom
Senate bill 77 was referred:
I Mr. Carter submitted tho following
Your special commltteo to whom
wnn referred Senate bill No. 77, re
pot t that they have had the samo un
der consideration. Tho act was pre
sented by tho commltteo on food adul
teration and was suggested to them by
tno Inspector appointed under the net
n!joo named and Is on a lino with his
experience of tho working of said net
, and what ho has found to bo necessary
i for tho perfect protection against ad-
Your committee recommend that all
that portion of the act after tho words
Do It enncted by tho I.eglslnturo of
tho Territory of Hawaii," to section 1
1 bo eliminated.
I Your commltteo also recommend a
ni-w section bo Inserted to bo known
as section 12, to read as follows:
j "Act 34 of tho session Inns of 1891!,
entitled 'An Act to provide ngalnst tho
adulteration of foods and drug,' Is
I Your commltteo nlso recommend
another section to be numbered Sec
'tlon 13 as follows:
1 "This act shall take effect after Its
, Your commltteo also recommend
that a now title to tho bill bo Riven
which will rend ns follows:
"An Act to provide against tho adul
teration of food and drugs In tho Ter
ritory of Han all."
With these amendments they recom
mend that tho bill paBS.
1 C. IIIIOWN.
I W. C. ACHI.
The report nas adopted without
mix.li discussion. Tho bill will bo read
'the tecond time on l'rlin
Tho two messages of tho Governor,
submitting appointments, were read on
' 'he order of tho day. On motion of
Mr White, everything pertaining to
th appointments went over until Frl
il.w. T1.0 Aproprlntlon bill was nnounc
( (1 In second reading but, on motion of
Mr J. Drown, this too was postponed
At this point In tho afternoon's pro
ceedings, tho' following messago from
the Oovernor was received and rend
I To the Legislature of tho Territory
' ot Hawaii:
I Tho bill entitled "An Act to repenl
Sections 922 nnd 92S and tho second
paragraph of Section 924, Part V. of
Chapter 69 of tho l'onnl Laws as com
piled In 1897, relating to Vaccination"
' bat. had my consideration, and I am
unablo to npproo It and herewith
return tho snmo without my slgna-
'turn, My objections to tho bill nro
Tho repeal of tho sections referred
I to leaves tho law In regaid to vaccin
ation without tho means of enforce-
While thcro Is 11 considerable, num
l'( - of medical men who doubt tho
ftfieaoy of vaccination, there Is no
douht that tho great majority of the
proft union rely upon It nB a scientific
in t hod of preventing the disease of
Finnll pox; notwithstanding this thcro
Is a prejudice nmongt somo people
against tho operation which will pro-
vent many fiom n ailing themselves
of this precautionary measure nero
tlii-ra no penalty attached to n failure
to do so,
"Hio Importance of vncclnatlon as n
prvcntlvo against small pox has been
unanimously affirmed by tho memlierB
,of tho Hawalinn Territorial Medical
1 Soelety at a recent meeting hold for
tho purpose of discussing the ques
tion raised by tho pnssago ot tho bill
" "'" '!'8nc"3'?"tllQ mlllit of .
I Paeldc Ocean, n port of cnll from tho
mainland nnd from ports of China, Jn-
I pan and tho Australian Colonies, wo
I nr constantly oxposod to Infectious
dlxfnscs from these ports; for this
r-t,Hnn it Ib necessary for us to ex-
.t-reUo ovcry caro and to take oory
preouullon ngalnst tho Introduction
of theso diseases Into these Islnnds.
1 It 'h n mnttcr of congratulation that at
ithe present tlmo no hao tho assur
niit that nt least our children nnd
voting peoplo hnvo been subjected to
VMcluatlnn thereby reducing tho dan
per which might nrlso should smnn
1 future nnd prevent tho
fear for the
future and prevent tho possibility of a
-icurreneo nf thoso terrlblo dlnastera
I . " " . . -.
which hnvo visited our country, moro
I particularly In tho years 18,51 nnd
ib''. when mrgo numiierB 01 mir iiu
tUo born Bticcumbed to this terrlblo
1 deem tho eovernl amendments to
be Inconsistent with tho public Inter-
SANFonn ii. nor.n.
Rxecutlvo Chamber. April 17th 1001.
On motion ot Mr. Kalauokalanl. this
metkago was set for consideration on
Mr. Achl prosented tho follnwlne
Resolved, That It l tho Bcnso nf tho
Filiate that this (April 17th) Is tho
4fcth day of tho session. There was
(i.iUtt n llltlit discussion ocr this nnd
tb tho Benato adjourned
r.irmnr lllch I seo our boy .loo Is
t'Hllii' to bo qulln I speaker, but.
b gi'sh, I think Ihcy'd ortor Klvu him
niiprlhln' lmtier'n n box In spmh from,
Mrs. ItHIt Hoimllilu' in tho paper
uUmt him. la tlii'io?
Fiirimr Uleh-Vans, II km "Joa
Itlrh has ilnvi'liipi'd u spldidld l''lviiy,
and It Is iiiuli'mtoiMl that In; will nc
rupy tlin tiiix for Viirwrnl thli yeitri"
Instruments filed for record April 17, toot:
First Party Second Party Class
At A Richards K Noholoa Agrmt
Tts Oahu College E Macfirlane U
MHookano " " L
Instruments filed for record pril 18, igoi:
Second Partv Class
G W Kauvvenaole D
11 G UanforJ P A
A 1. Loulsson et al D
Hee Kin et al I! S
J Williams A M
G H Angus D
Mrs WO King Rel
W C Achl D
1) C Allen D
Tarn Pong L
Oahu I? & L Co
Pll ft al
S C Allen
P Muh endo r
C II Patz g
J K Kaunamano
Kan IjIijo Church
RECORDED APRIL 8, loot.
J R Wilson to First Bank of Hlln Ltd,
A Al, Apr 4. loot; porRPtu, Wilnke.i,
Win, Hawaii, f 500. Hook, 187, pge 40.".
W R Castle Tr to Trs Oahu Collece. At
Apr 1, loot; lots 8& q, block I, College
Hills Tiact, Honolulu, Oahu. f-2950.
Book 231, page 217.
C Al Allen ard husband to A Dreler, C
M.Apr 6. 1001; leasehold Fort Street, Ho
nolulu, Oahu. 12500, 2 yrs at 8 per cent
Book 2?o, rage 131.
II P Baldwin to Trs Oahu College, M.
Apr t, tool; lots 20, 21, 22 Si 21, block 9,
College Hills Tract, Honolulu, Oahu.
1 7000 Book 221, page 215.
RECORDED APRIL 9, igoi.
J P Menionca and wife to M E Foster,
D. Apr 6. 1901; Int. In R P 4187; leasehold,
Hul Land (f Katana, Koolauloa, Oahu
i. Book 22, page 10.
Trs Oahu College to V SBuff.inde.in,
D, Apr t, 1001; lot j. block 2, College
Hills Tract, Honolulu, Oahu. 51500. Book
Trs Oahu Col'ege to G F Renton, D.
Apr 1, iqoi; lots 6 & 7, block 2; lot 4. blU
is College Hills I net. Honolulu. 0:hu.
I4700. Book 222, page 117.
II A Lindsay ai.U wife to ECGreenwell
'wld), D, Apr8, tool; grants 158 & 148,
Kconuka: ap.ina 1. R P siu. kul 014. Ke-
alakekua, S Kona, Hawaii. )5oo. Book
2Jj, page 2t.
L Keaonut to J P Kekna. Ex D. Mar 1,
1001: Int. In anina ". R P 2Srtj. Pukullua
Hana,Maul, Boo '2), PK Q-
J P Kekoa and w,fe to LKeionul, h.x
D, Mm 1, 1001; Int In np.m.i 1, R P 2861,
Pukullua, liana, Maul. Book 22, page 19
A Techera and wife to M Fratas, D, Feb
23,1901; $ acres of grant 4280, Ahualoa,
llamakua, Hawaii. Ji. Hook 22, page
Ihmauuml and husband to L Keannul
E D, Mar 1, uwi: Int. In apana 1, R P
;Wi4, Pukullua, liana, AUul. Book 22,
W Ah Chee to C II Akl, C M, Mar 26.
iqoi; building 'C. Halekll, S Kona. Ha
waii. 5)oo, 12 months at 10 ytt cent
Book 221, page 228.
Kona Trading Co to W Ah Chee, Rel,
leasehold Ahupuaa llaltkll, Kolake
kua, Hawaii. 5650. lixk 196, page 39$.
Sinltarv Steam Laundry Co Ltd to S C
Allen, CM. Apr 6, 1901: leasehold, build
ing &c, Kukuluaeo, Honolulu, Oahu
f 16,000 4 yrs at 8 per cent. Book 220,
E K Nahanlelua .V husto II A Hecn. D
Alar 7, 1901; Int, In pur apana t,R H 198;,
kul 6245, Kamakela, Honolulu, Oahu. 5i.
Boek 22), page 18,
K llanupa to Y Konolke, L, Sept 10,
1000; piece land Namuku, llam.ikua, Ha
waii 10 yrs from date at 550. Book 218,
Che Knm to First Am. Saving Si Trust
Co Ltd, M, Alir 30. 1901; por R P 354G.
kul 10492. Kallhl, Honolulu, Oilm jftoo.
2 yrs at 9 percent. Book 220, page 136.
Bank of Hawaii Ltd to G W Paty, Rel,
Apr 9, lyoi; lease of lot 21, Olaa llome
teds, Puna, Hawaii. Ins. Policy for
J150C. f75o. Book 196, page 276.
Church of Jcmis Christ to Kwong Wo
W I Co, I , Apr 2. iqooj 20 acres land Lale
Koo'aulon, Oahu. 1 5 yrs fiom date it
J5C0. Book 218, page 180.
F L Uala to Al S Grlnbaum & Co Ltd,
L, Mar 21, 1901; house .V lot, liana.
Maul. 15 rstrom Mar I, 1001, at 52;o.
Bo k 218, page 18)
His Honor's Father
Tlicie wns a blunt calendar In Judge
Wiliox's court Wednesday. Several
Chinese gamblers wcro heavily fined
nnd n man caught wlth'eho fa tteketc
on his person paid henlly fur hnvlug
them In his pobhesslon,
Tho police dragnet closed cr sev
eral drivers uho left their horses and
vehleloH Insecurely tied nnd they were
lined sumclenlly to mnko them remem
ber not to forget ngiiln, Ah You, n
illmlnulUn hid of seven, appeared with
The boy wns charged with being n
hahiiltunl trunnt nmKoiit of flfty-nlno
school (IiijK, lie hnd missed forty-four.
Ho gavo us his excuse his llttlo threo
j cut -old brother had n hnblt of follow
ing him and for this mason, he could
not go to school.
Ills father corroborated tho boy's
statoment nnd then tho Judgo got nfti t
father Ah You, Ho explained that
parents were held responsible for their
chlldicn uttcndlng school. That tho
father should make Ah You go to
school nnd keep tho sprightly threo-year-old
who was the cnuso of tho
troublo nt home, Ho should tin this
oven If ho hnd to exert his fatherly pre
rogative. As he expressed himself tho
judgo rev cried to his own childhood
and tho regulation of his actions by his
futher who had. 'said tho Judge, "ex
erted his prerogiithn cen lifter I was
ener fourteen years old.
"Win ui aio j ou rushing so frit'"
"Up to tho lualth otlleo to get nn
'Kb' llcin expoend?"
"Yep, Telephone) girl this mornliu
gave the pesthuusn number by I'Ht
take'" Cleveland Plain Dealer
IV" AID M'kt i I',
ff ,. VAEBItrle llmlv lallci-v
WANTS POSITIVE PROOF
Before Chinese Can Land Although
Born Here They Must Prove
In the last batch of C. S. Treasury
Department decisions issued March S.S,
this j ear, appears a. ruling by the de
partment of a great deal of Interest to
the Chinese residents of Haw-all.
DecUlon No, 23,901, relating to al
leged native born Chinese, holds that
collectors of customs nre not legally
bound to Investigate tho validity of the
claims of a Chinese person presenting
himself for admission, without papers.
and merely alleging his right to land
as a native-born citizen of the United
Stntis, as the burden of proof rests
upon the nppllcant to show affirmative
ly that he Is a natlvo born citizen.
Tho following decision, by the assist
ant secretnry, for the guidance of the
Collector of the Port of Han Francisco,
holds good here:
Treasury Department, March 20, 1901.
Sir: Tho Department acknowledge;
receipt of your letter of 11th Inst., with
papers on appeal In tho case of Wong
Tim, No. 11. ex-steamshlp Coptic, Feb
ruary 2, 1901, whose application for
admission was dented by you.
The case presented for tho decision
ot the Department Is precisely similar
to a number of others which havo re
cently received consideration, nnd, but
for tho contention of counsel on behalf
ot nppllcant. It might be disposed of
summarily by n simple dismissal of the
appeal without comment. In view,
however, of tho assumption contained
In said counsel's brief, that It Is In-
cumbi'iit upon jou on tho mero declara
tion of an nppllcant that ho Is native
born to Investigate tho validity of such
claim and prove that ho Is not what hn
pretends to be, It seems not Improper
to enlarge somewhat In this enso upon
the stntus ot such Chinese applicants,
for your guidance In future cases of a
It Is to he borne In mind that the
legislation under which you are oper
ating was avowedly passed for the pur
pose of excluding Chinese from the
United Slates. Thus the act of May 3,
1892. Is entitled "An .'et to prohibit
tho coming of Chlnere persons Into
the United States," and the acts nnt
cedent thereto were'p.iised "to execute
certain treaty stipulations relating to
Chinese." Theso treaty stipulation!!
nre found In the contention of Decern
ber 8, 1S9I( 2S Stnt.. p. 1210), and, upon
examination, will be found to refer
to tho exclusion of all Chlneso persons
except thoso specifically enumerated In
nrtlelo 3 of said trea'y. Obviously,
therefore, If a person nf tho Chlnesi
race seckB admission nt your port. th
burden of proof rests upon Mm to show
affirmatively that he Is one of tho ex
cepted classes, which rule applies with
equal force to persons of tho Ch'nero
race who claim to hnvo noon norn in
the United States. It Is not necessaiy.
or even proper, for you to undertake to
prove In ndvanco n negntlvo with ro
gnrd to such claims, slneo tho assertion
of American nativity by nn applicant
does not plaeo him In the same peti
tion ns those who offer certlflcnts
which nro declared by the net to bn
prima f.iclo evidence of their right t
This position appears so plain as to
make It seem almost a work of super
erogation to stale tt, nnd still motn to
enter Into uny argument thereupon or
quote authorities In snp')trt of It Any
thing less than tho repeated ntti-iriiU
by counsel to secure a reversil of our
decision of such cases on appeal would
not Justify even bucIi nn elaborate
flatomi'iit as thnt contained herein.
Tho Department Is clarly of onlnlnn
that this nppllcant mil others wnoo
ilnlms nro presented with as slight a
support nro not entitled to ndnilsslon
Tho nppeal Is, therefore, dismissed.
It. A. TAYLOR,
Collector of Customs. Pan rranc'sco.
MORGAN'S CANAL PLAN.
New York, April 1. A special to tho
World from Washington says' Afti-r
waltltiK for two earii for tho proper
moment. J. PIvrpout Mornun has
plumped hU Panama rnmil bchemo at
President McKlnley. In order to-complete
his transportation projects Mor
gan will build tho I'animn canal.. Ho
lues had n company to bring that about
for some time. Now ho thinks tho op
portunity him nrrlved Ho will have
lliitlu, tho rrenchmnn removocj from
tho presidency of tho Panama Cnnnl
Company, vvlll take over tho Trench
concession for I0 OOO.nW will (,'lve this
Government any privileges It may
want, nnd asks In return tho absolute.
ltllllnK of the NIcurnKim Bchemo to be
built by Oovernment capital.
Ilesldes, Morttan knows that at the
Pacific end of tho canal he wants to
build thcro U n Brent deposit of an
thraclto coal and somo gold, nnd these
Incidental advantages havo not escaped
CLAV TO Tllli PRONT.
LexhiKton. Ky.. April 5. With the
cry, '"Hie) eiidetln' The vendetta' on
a)ils lips, (leiural t'ubalus M. Chi), the
famous nbolltlonlst nnd duelist and fix
mer United Status Minister to Ilussia.
this mornliiK led hU liltlu hodyiiuuiil
to b idle nKulnst n Hlixrlff posse whit li
had pine to Whitehall, his palatial
mniisjun In .Madison county, lo servo
papers upon ilin riuimral In 11 civil suit
instituted luiuliini him hy hU ihiuuhti'r.
Mis, Mmy II Clay.
Miuiy shots wiri llted on each side,
nnd jlm pnsiii) lluull)' imparled wltliout
nuniiiplUliliiK tho purpose 01 tho wH
aW BT09IACR &
Indigestion and Dyspepsia have wrecked
many lives People who are weak and
mhciable should (enow that health would
return If the digestion were made normal,
this Is just the condition Hostettter's
Storcnch Bitters brings about. It cum
conettlpntion, bllloimneKH, ner-
voimnceM, liver and kidney troim
Ich, and produces sound sleep. It will
make you well. See that our private
revenue Htamp coven the neck of the
A Foe to
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The unJmlenti htvlnir tSa-tn r-ootn(i AJminU.
tea or of th Eutt of A A DOIRON. lite nf Hono
lulu, JtceftJ, notice li Mrry chtn lo all pfoni
hivlnc claims R4lnt (he EMitv of IJ A, a DOI
RON, to pieteni thtlr cUtmi, duly authentic ej with
rrortr vottchMt. If any eiht, iwn if the claim li
u'j ry monjtaet upon real eMatt, at my office
t IT Merchant St.. tn Honolulu, within tnonthi
from the date thereof, or thoy will be forever barreJ.
anj all rrron InJcblei to talj estate art hereby
requeued to make Immediate foment to the unJer
slgned DAVID DAYTON.
AJmlnlKralorol the tstateuf A. A. DOIRON.
jfnnolilu March e , ii iTq.,t-.tt, 8 a, it, it
In C5neuuence of the appointment ef
the H n. Geo. Geir to the Circuit Bencli
as 2nd Judne, the firm of Davis and Gear
N dissolved. Geo. A Davis will occupy
the same offices and continue the active
practice of his profession. iftytt
DR. GEO HERBERT IS LEAVING
for the Coast on the ijrd Inst. DR. ST I).
Cl WALTLRS will have entire charge
of the practice during his absence. Ills
office hours will be from 9 to it a m., I to
3 and 7 to 8 p.m.
DRS. HERBERT, HUMPHRIS
AND WALTERS. 1817 iw
Election of Officers.
At a nutting of the stockholders of the
HAWAIIAN RLALITV AND, MATURITY CO.,
LTD., held at their office, 12 Kl.ig street,
room 2, April I, iqoi, the following were
elected officers and directois of the com
I.. K. Kentwell President
L. Ahlo. Treasurer
P. H. liurnttte . . .Secretary
W. C. Burnett .... Auditor
1817 iw P. H. HURNETTE. Secretary
. . .TELEGRAPH
On and After the 2nd of March
me5uges In plain language will be accept
ed fot trat smlssion between the
pbcts mentioned below :
Kn Laau, Molokal
.Ytaun.ilci, Lnnai; and
The charge for such messages will be at
the rate of 20 cents per word of 1 5 letters.
minimum cnarge 12, until lurtner nonce.
Wlieiwitlephoue connections are avail
able meisiges may be handed to the tele
phone company to b: forwarded to desti
nations other man tr.ose mentionej aDove.
In other cases special messengers may
be employe J.
The cost of special delivery is not In
cluded in the charge Jt 20 cents per word.
If the cost Is known It must be paid by
the sender when the message Is handed In.
If unknown, It must be paid by the ad
dressee when the message Is delivered.
Honolulu Office, Magoon Block.
ON CALL ALL NIGHT.
AUTOMOBILE CO., LTD.
Coupon Books Sulci. Special Rates
made for "Automobile Parties,"
NOTL Drivers are not allowed tn make
any rates except thoe furnished by the
company. Ask driver to sec rate sheet.
In case of dispute as to fare, pay driver
amount claimed, take rebate slip and call
at office. We will gl.ullv adjust -ny dif-
Office 011 King St., near Judiciary Bid,
LOUIS T. GRANT. Manager.
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