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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, FT. T FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1901.
1 fS ,
Oceanic Steamship Company
n steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FIIOM SAN FRANCISCO.
VENTURA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 4
SIERRA May 18
MARIPOSA May 25
SONOMA June 4
In connection with the tailing of
Kred to Issue, to Intending passengers,
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
York by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited,
GENERAL AOENT8 OCEANIC 8. B. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. 0 Too Risen Kalsba
ilMawtef tfct after coaptul will caII at Hooolalo u4 Han till perl tr atatft
.. dates balow tot1oa4 !.
For Japan and China:
China .....,... April ii
Doric May .
Fat iHiril lotoraattoa yply 1e
H. Hackfeld &
AVSuaawa of tt abort I Id, raaolac ! cobokUoi with tta CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
latwi Vaacoavar, B. C , and Sydoay, N, 9, W.. tod calltof at Victoria, C. C, Honolulu and Brlifcio
ita DUB AT HONOLULU on or aboottha datat below atatad via I
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, B. C,
, May 11
J una 8
rThroot h Icktta laiuad from Honolulu to Canada, Unltad Stataa and Eortpa
Faiaaia and aT ntral lafonaatloa, apply to
Theo. 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 CAUFORNIAN. 6,000 tons, to sail In April
$. 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. d 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 TIIE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago,
y FOUR DAYS to New York.
I' ' man Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Birber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
115 Third street. Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOC, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX.G.P. &T.A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
R. & L. Go.
K. C. HtHTH
. Oen'l Pass,
O, P. Dhnison, HuperlnUindent
Wilder's Steamship Company
PASbl Mil Kb
(-Ok ISI AMI PORTS
, li.iiattl Msntgtr Pi
Tk Hibl Lift Auuunot Mk
lit 111 Uultfd HlatulOr lbs UiWlt
UllWII Mrhut Itiaal, llur
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
SIERRA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 8
SONOMA May 14
MARIPOSA May 29
VENTURA June 4
the above ateamera the agents ire pre
coupon through tickets by any rail
For San Francisco:
Co., Ltd., Agents.
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria and Vaecourar (B.C.).
For Hatrfet and
Bter and Wine Dealers.
HAS A TIM LINE OF
Wines. Liquors, Btc.
FOR SALE BY THE GLASS OR BOTTLE
J. K. Mcrseberg.
IMPOBTKBS, AND WHOLISILI
Wine and Lipr Dealers
At.au lor tea Bori.1 K.loln B.r el Mania
NO. IB NOUANC HnUCET
F.nar Block, Honolulu, Hawaiian Iiubdi
P. O. Boi 1)1. Mulu.l T.litbom lot
SODA WATER CO., Ltd.
Corner Allen and Fort Sts., Honolulu.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. 1
The Mint Saloon
On Nuuanu St., opposite Chaplain Lane
If a fine drink of anything there
Is In the city Is wanted, the
aunt is tne piace 10 go.
A beer garden, a fine reading
room, and aspaclousand airy
bar room are just a tew
of the attractions.
J. H, McDonoush Is the man
ager. His assistants are W.
Hilary, Bonnie Lemon
and Wally Davis.
If ou call once, yoj will call
acaln. 1 77-l-tf
No Ui'er to Burn,
Out Uccr to Ikat the D.mJ
I.AROI' INVOICl. Ol ....
in nuAUiiiir amj iiuiii.h
It as"nt vornt to stiiy . it's isolm,
fiiM, hut tlicrti'a inorf i.om-
In,! ttyt ly month.
I." JC DEE, Prop,
GREAT RACE COMES OFF
Other Horses Oahu College Maile
Ilima Relay Postponed With
the Oarsman Juvenile Race .
Interest In the Aggrniatlon-Vlrglo
A race tomorrow tg growing greater
cery day anil n largo crowd will bo
out to goo the two horses run.
Doth horses ore In fine trim, nnd are
working nicely. Vlrgle A did a halt In
B0V4 yesterday without turning a hair.
Aggravation Is dolnir. cunl)y well,
and some of the dally visitors to the
track think that ho Is doing the better
work of the two. Thomas will be up
on Aggravation tomorrow so that nil
danger of poor riding will be removed
Irish Lassie In still quite sore but la
slowly getting better.
Waldo J is working out In good form,
and can go In :30 nny day without
turning a hair. Waldo did :22 the
other day, with Violin not far behind.
There nre several green horses out.
Some of them nro showing up oxcol
lently. J It Beems-to bo nn Impossibility to
como to terms over the proposed Ilea-
I lanl-Myrtle Juvenile rncc. The boys
themselves are keen enough for the
crintest, but the club cnptnlns seem to
I be backward in pulling off the race.
I Captain Judd Is willing enough nnd tins
'thrown down the glove. Atkinson,
'however, is shy, refusing to accept the
offer, not having surflclcnt confidence
1 In tho winning powers of the liojs. He
Is willing that tho boys should rscu
under tho nnmo of l'unnhou nnd High
School, but this would not be doing
Jufetlco to Oahu College ns the HcalnnI
Juveniles nre not a rcprescntntlvn
1 Tho stand tnken by Mr. Atkinson Is
to bo regretted, for whntever the out
come of the match, tho result would
only, serve to Intensify the rivalry and
n '.'1 renewed zest to training. It Is
li- ped the rnco may be arranged for tho
pood It will do both clubs
1 W Soper has chnrge of the trnlnlng
of tho three Mvrtle crows, whllo Cap
tain Judd Is coaching the faulty ones,
lu-sular trnlnlng has not begun ns yet,
liut only the prellmlnniy stunts hnro
' b-ri gone through with.
I No respons.es have, boon received as
-t to the Invltntlons fi.r the mile r
l.i race Issued by Oahu College nnd
;b- Malle-ltlma Club. It begins to look
tt If tho match would develop Into n
1 iiiia meet between tho two organisa
tions, but word comes from Kameha-
Imeha that training for tho distances
bat, been recommenced with consld.u--
1 1 raining at Oahu College hi not
bt--n vcrj regular lately, and has ' en
more In (Its nnd starts. The boys 11-cm
t be troubled with n slight alta'k of
Tim personnel of tho Onh'l College!
team will be changed to sim i-vteut.
Castle, the sprinter, U aliuwlnif tint
he l.as stujlng powers us v. ell as speed,
uii js more than likely to npturo nno
1 of khe coveted positions ot tlio relay
Campbell, probably !ho bet all
srojnd man In l'unnhou. Is alrii lining
good work, and It Is nine tln.11 likely
that ho will also run on of the reluvs.
Ilelay racing Is nn entirely new
tport In these iBlnnds nnd n,lng :ii Ike
intense excitement causei1 liy tho incr
ii hound to becomo vnBtlj pwi'ar It
' ! to bo hoped that sniretlme In tho
I n-Ef future a relay tournament nni h'3
I tiro tght off, with seven or eight ttan'S
' Tho Oahu College-Mille-lllnm laiv
htfc been postponed to M y II o lug in
tt (Henners- entcrtn'itnnnt
Judd entertains the Maul nnd
Oahu pololsts tonight nt his ieldenrr.
. A unoklnR concert Is on tlie iilllf an 1
itt gussts nro nsked to bring w'th them
I their oldest and strongest nlpts.
1 Tlie Interest in tomorrsw's match Is
1 fiJlte high, nnd It Is expeeted ii'st iiiltt
a crowd will bo prcbcnt nlteoas tu
and Oohll tO
Do Battle Saturday
Those who will meet tho MaulUes on
I the polo field next Sat.trdny held their
lnht prnctlrn jestordav Past work
wm, the order of tho day nnd tho game
next Saturdn) Bhoulil not lack In this
The loml team nrn In fine condition
1 bu- ll.elr horses nn. green, nnd do not
I follow the ball ns well ns could bo de-
I.II..I. The Maul horses. It Is expect, d,
will he us miitl. In the game ns thilr
l.i.i. ,,,! u ilm urenteft hnndlcnii
1 ....i ,,mIi, 1,1.1 vtui? will be overcome
, I "-i" l-"lf .--o -
I 'Hie local nggti gallon consists or
IMissrs Dlrke), Judd, Duintiii nnd
I Hi mining Although th) nin nil plan-
tluilly nnvliis nt Urn name, tliej ildn
with tixmilluK recklessni nnd strike
'I lieli oppoiu tils 1110 nil eli Hum, mid
Iiiiyii pl,ied ninny Ilm" l'fore II
i'pi ileum umnls fur iiidIIHiik, Hi
Wind) Uliuid piuple sliuuld win. hand,
a . 1 .. .ii 1
riuo Juh PrlniliiK t lit iiuIUUd
Instruments filed for record April 18, toot,
rirst Party Second Party Class
H WatethouseTretal Tarn Pong L
A W Judd First A S & Tr Co Mtg
Yee kee h K Pratt Sur L
Letters & Cooke J Rodrlgues Rel
Instruments filed for record April 19, loot.
First Party SeconJ Party Class
Est J Hotlng
F D Wlcke
II M Mahl
F D Wlcke
R F Lange
G V P.ihu GJn
G W Pahu
Bishop .V Co
I r Oahu College
II ii ,1
E E Mossman
Haiku Sugar Co D
" " D
Est M S Medelros
L K Waipa
Haw Comc'l Si S Co D
RECORDED APRIL 9, 1901.
J A Johnson to Trs Oahu College, Mtg,
Apr 6, toot: lot 2, block 8, College Hills
Tract, Honolulu, Oahu. fiooo. Book 222,
J A Mallhewman to H D Hitchcock,
A M, Apr 9, 1901; Mtg. Hardy on por gr't
t69, Nuuanu Valley, Honolulu, Oahu.
too. Book 2:0, page 6.
E E Mossman to Trs Oahu College, M.
Apr 8, toot; lot ;, block 1, Colleg: Hills
Tract. Honolulu, Oahu. $7:0, Book 22:,
G F Renton to Trs Oahu College, Mtg
Apr 1, loot; lots 6 & 7, block 2; lot 4t bile
15, College Hills Trac , Honolulu, Oahu.
5)ioo. Book 22;, page 144.
RECORDED APRIL to, 1901.
W C Achi and wife to M de Costa. D.
Apr 8. loat! lots a & 6. block 4. Kaluhnl
Tract, Honolulu, Oahu, Moo. Book 220
O Keola to G H Kahue. D, Apr 9, toot
R P 140. kul 008. Amvalollmu. Honolulu.
Oahu. f 1. Book 221, rage 27.
L Halunlanl et at to S Mahelnna , L, Apr 9,
1901; Int. In lots 9 it 10, Kapauhl, Hono
lulu, Oahu 20 yrs from date at fioo.
Book 218, page 185.
W C Achl and wife to I Staroff, D. Apr
4, 1901: lots 32 & 34, block 3, Putnul Tr't,
Honolulu, Oahu. J450. Book 223, page
P Isenberg to.H A Isenberg, P A, Apr 9,
loi: General Powers. Bo'k 224, page 22,
C S Desky and wife to Concrete C in
struction Co Ltd, D, Apr 4, toot; por R P
102, kul 273, Kewalo, Honolulu, Oahu.
$2950. Book 222, page 139.
Goo Kim to Yeung Cheu Klam, A L.
Apr 6, tool; leasehold Kamakela, Honolu
lu, Oahu. 2ooo. Book 218, page 187.
Tong Lock Co to Goo Kim, Consent,
Apr 6, 1901; to assign lease on land at
Kamakela, Honolulu, Oahu. Book 218,
page 1 87.
Yong Cheu Klam to E K Goo Kim, A
I.. leasehold Kamakela, Honolulu,
Oahu. 52000. Book 218, iNS.
Liu Chong to Wa Lee, A I., Apr 9. 1931
leasehold King it Kekaullke Streets, Horo
lulu, Oahu. 5j;o Hoik 2:4, page 16,
.'A A Rose lo J A Mugoon, Mtg, Nov 21,
got; piece land Honolulu, Oahu. J 500
with advance up to 5tooo, 1 year at to per
cent. Book 221, page 243.
K Kekauoha to L McCants Stewart, A
Judgement. Apr 8, 1901; Judgement for
S1608 18. ajalnst Schooner Robert Lewers
Co. Book 224, page 17.
K Meheula and husband to Pioneer Mill
Co Ltd, L, Aiird. 1901; pus R PS420),
4208, Kainapali, Maul. 10 yrs from Jan
15, 1004, at 530. Book 218, page 191,
J P Kunukau to Klpihulu Sugar Co, L,
Apr f, toot: por grant 3248, Alaelkl, liana
Maul. 12 vrs from Aug 1, tooo, 8o paid
full term. Book 218. page 192.
J F Hackfeld to H A lnberg, sur l A,
Apry, toot; General Powers. Hook 224,
P Isenberg to Rev II Isenberg. P A, Apr
9, 1901; General Powers. Book 224, page
STANTON OPERA SEASON
Mlhu Klnnton. of tbn .Josephine Stan
tun Opern Compnti). Is well and fuvor-
nhl) known In this city nnd Iihh a host
of friends who .ire pleased to nee her
at tho he.ul of her own company among
whom are a few who were here with
tho Itontou I.jrlcs, nnd .1 large number
of new ones drawn from tho best opern
lOinpnnliH In the States,
The new tumpnnv will be Introduii'd
In the musical tomrily "Dorcas" nt tho
Operu House on Thursday night. April
2.r, nnd will bo repeated on Suturdn)
Tho musical comedy of "Dorcas" Is
by Harry and IMwnrd Paulton nnd was
written for Paulino Hall who stnrred
In It very successfully for threo sea
sons. Miss Stanton purchased It, hail
It strengthened by the addition of chii'
rllh(H aII( g n0Vt ,nnsldered one of the
. i,P8l nli,Ba comedies on the stage.
The season hero Is limited To tweln
peifnnnaiHes during which tlmo tho
comtuny will prodiue n number of
"., m, ..... --
tnm(. openis Hint nre -inw hero nnd n
f,,n ()f ,i10 o1) fntnritea. ltesered sents
will be on sale nt Willi, Nichols .,Co,'s
Saturday morning nt 9 o'clock.
Courtrt YcHterdiiy Afternoon.
Yisterilny afternoon In tho Circuit
Court. In the trial of.l.Min Sing on tho
charge of malicious lnJuroccupled the
attention of Judge, Jurj nnd counsel.
At t oMock tho jury was conducted to
thn premises whern the crime wus com
mlttdl. Tho offense waB tho beating In
rte-ith of n borsa owned by Sam Kana
hele. W 0 Smith was appointed coinmls-
1 .., 1... f ...1.... 1 1 tn t ... ant I In lirl
'' J--ii"K" 1 "''"'":'..
belonging lo the oinie or A v,. aiaf
Henmrnr has been (lied by J. Al-
"d Maijooti In his owa bchnlf and n
tnili'"1'" '" l'- "
nnnnlug, tn the hill
to rowike foreclosure, brouglit by An
W It Castle nnd P. I. Wenwr for
tint Kiilitikn plniilatlou Imvn tiled nn
miswei to Hie louiplalnt of I. K.
10 (Mlltn A Hll.1) IN oni: DAV
riikn Uxfttle llrninn (iiIiIiib TfthleM
All ilriiKKlsti lefund Ilm money If It
falls In ture. 13. W. (lruvo' slgimlurs
Is on f-Hlll lull. JB PeilH.
llulUllu, 7& cent pr
Adllflon.l, anJlri. latest Shipping Ntwt. .
founJ on lh .Itrtlh p..
MOVEMENTS OF" STEAMERS.
Steamers duo and to sail for the next
thirty da) a are as follows:
Steamers. From. Due.
Ventura S. F. April 23
Sierra Colonies April 23
China S. K, April 24
Doric S K. May 2
Mariposa S. F May 4
Coptic Yokohama 1 May 4
Coptic Yokohama ;. May 4
Moana Colonies May 8
Nippon Marti S. F May 10
Aorangl Victoria May 11
Sierra S F. May 14
Sonoma Colonies May 14
America Maru Yokohama .. May 14
Peru S. F May 18
City of Peking Yokohama . . May 21
Mariposa S. F May 23
Gaelic Yokohama May 28
Coptic S. F. May 28
Sonoma S, F. June 4
Ventura Colonies June 4
Amerlcn Maru S. F. June S
Mlow era Colonies June S
Hongkong Maru Yokohama June 7
Moana Victoria June 8
City of Peking S. F. June 13
Mariposa S. F. Juno 15
China Yokohama Juno ID
Gaelic S. F Juno 21
Doric Yokohama Juno 22
Ventura S. F. June 25
Sierra Colonies Juno 25
Hongkong Maru S. F. Juno 29
Steamers. For. Due.
Nlpon Maru S. F. April 19
Ventura Colonic April 23
Sierra S. T April 23
China Yokohama April 21
Doric Yokohama May 2
Coptic S. F. Mny 4
Moana Victoria May 8
Mariposa S. F. May 8
Mariposa S. F. May 8
Nippon Maru Yokohama ... May 10
Aorangl Colonies May 11
Sierra Colonies May 14
Sonoma S. F. May 1 1
Sonoma S. F. Mny 14
America Maru S. F. May 14
Peru Yokohama ,. May 18
Cltv of Peking S F May 21
Gaelic S. F Mny 28
Coptic Yokohama May 28
Mariposa S F Mny 29
Sonoma Colonies Juno
Ventura S. F June
America Mnril oYkohamn .. June
Mlowern Victoria Juno
Hongkong Maru S. F Juno
Moana Colonies Juno
City of Peking Yokohama . June 13
China S. F Juno lb
Mariposa S. r Juno 19
Gaelic Yokohama Juno 21
Doric S F. Juno
Ventura Colonies June 2R
Sierra S. F. Juno
Hongkong Maru Yokohama Juno 29
N. B. A United States Army trans,
port may be expected from San Fran'
Cisco on the 9th and 24th of each
month, en route t.i Manila.
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5 to o J)
6 If It )
New- Moon April 18 nt 11.07 n. ni.
The tides nt Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Hawaiian Standard Tlmo Is 10k, 30m
slower than Greenwich tlmo, being
that of the meridian of 157 30. The
tlmo whlstlo blows at 1:30 p. ro., which
Is tho sauio as Qreenwlch Oh, Om.
Musters of essels sailing from this
poit for San Francisco will Unci tbcro
u branch of tho U. S. Hydrographlc.
Olllcfl located In the Merchant.' 13x
(hiiugt, where Is maintained fur their
ncnetlt freo of charge, complete lets
of charts :nid directions of the world.
LatcBt lufoiniatlon cun bo obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
and all matters of Interest to occin
CAUI1LLKH WITH MAIL.
People lmlng business on thn
steamer Mariposa jesarday wero icry
wrntby at their treatment by tho qunr
termnsteis In charge of the gnngwuy
i:spedall was this o in the cniu of
persons liming letters to get aboard
too late for tho regular poMolIloe mall.
Instead of allowing the letters to bo
put In the purser's room ns usual, a
man on tho gangway held up every
body with mull and look It.
As u result the Improvised mall bag
was soon piled high with letleis with
the lesull thai when he got morn let.
lets thnn he iiiuld hold the) bigan
in full out of his bund. Into the water
At the ship's side Suvi ml litteis Unit
fell Hi'in ii'i-uiered, nthus wile lint
The ever popular lUliilor beer Is bt
comliiK u hnusehnld word and, "will
you liuvo 11 hI ' Hi'iiltlo," Ii innri
nfli'ii heard than iinyllilng viae, Th
Criterion Haloou l.m Ilia btr un tap or
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FIRST CIRCUIT.
Territory of Mawill Al chamttf t In probite fl
tnt matter nf the mate of Robert Halsteai lit ol
"cmtulu. Oahu, Jecai On reajinz nl fillnc
the petition nJ account ol the aimlnHtratof Met
Ute of vili JtctaJ, wherein he ak that hi ac
counts b examined aniarrroei ani tnat a fnul
nrJer be ma Je jf distribution of the property remain
Ine In hit handi lo the periona thereto entitled anJ
discharging him frLm ail further responilMllty at
ttirh aJminlttrjfnr It U ordered that MonJav. the
6th day ol May, A 0 ityx, at ten o clock a m at
the court room of the tald court at Honolulu, liland
of Oahu, be and the tame hereby l app 'inteJ at tne
time and place for hear Ire said petition and iccountt.
and that all persons Interested may then and there
appear and show tause, if any tbey have whv the
same should not b granted, anJ may pretentevld
ence at to whn are entitled to the tald property
nonoiuiu, warcn aim, oot
t)y lit Court
i8otMf w A-$ it tcj Oft It.
IN THL CIRCUIT COURT MRST CIRCUIT
Territory of Hawaii At Chambers In probate In
the matter ol the estate ol Robert Grieve la of
Httnolu'u. Oahu deceased On reaifr.tr and filing
the petition and accounts of the a Jmlnlstrator f the
estate of tald deceased wherein he asks that his ac
counts be examined and approved, and that a final
order be made of distribution of the property remain
ing In his hands to the persons herein emit ed and
discharging him Uom all further responsibility at
such administrator It Is ordered that Monday. tie
t'th dayof May, A D , toot, al ten o'clock a m, at
the Court Room of the sail Court at Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, be and the same heeby It appointed as the
time and place for hearing said Petition and Accounts
and that all persons Interested mav then and there
appear anl show cause If any they have, hy the.
same should not be granted, nl may present evi
dence as to who are entitled to the said property
ui'CJ nonoiuiu, Apm o 1901
lly the Court
tin April it 10 , CUrfc
In contatlcnce of the ancotntmtnt of
the Hon. Geo. Gear to the Circuit Bench
as 2nd JuJee, the firm of Davis and Gear
Is dissolved. Geo. A.Davis will occupy
the same offices and continue theactUe
practice of his profession. iBoytf
DR. GEO. HERBERT IS LEAVING
for the Coact on the 2ird Inst. DR. ST. D.
O WALTLKS will have entire charre
of th: practice during his absence, His
office hours u III be f rom 9 to 1 1 a m., t to
1 anj 7 to a p.m.
DRS HERBERT, HUMPHRIS
v AND WALTERS. 1817-2
Election of Officers.
At a meeting of the stockholders of the
HAWAIIAN HLALITV AM) MATURITY CO.,
LTD., helJ at their office, J2 KI.ir street,
.. AmH . a.... .!. aIIa...Im ..
luuiii 4, tfiu 1 j, lyvi, 111c iuiiuwiiik ncic
elected omcers and dlrectois of the com-P-iny
: . . .
l. k. Keniwen rresuent
L. Ahlo.. .Treasurer
P. H. Burnette Secretary
W. C. Burnett .... Auditor
1817 1 w P. H. BURNETTE. Secretary
Notice to Customers.
The unJerslgneJ K'ri would eUe
notice to thtlr customer! and the public In
general that on and after this dite month
ly settlements III be strictly Insisted
All goods purchased In one month must
be paid for before he last day of the suc
ceeding month without exception.
Lewis & co.
HENRY.MAY & CO., LTD.
Frank B. Auerbach, .Ylanazer.
SALTER V WAITY.
ESTATE OF J. HU TCHINS.
F. L. Waldron, Adm.
Honolulu, T, H April 18, loot. i8-im
. . .TELEGRAPH
On and After the 2nd of March
messages in plain language will be accept
ed lot transmission Between tue
places mentioned below :
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M.tunnlci, l.an.tl; anJ
The charge for such messages will be at
the rate of 20 cents perword of 1$ letters,
minimum chatge 1 1, until further notice.
When telephone connections are avail
able messiges may be handed to the tele
phone company to be (orwarded to desti
nations ether than those mentioned above.
In othtr cases special messengers may
l'"- f sj of special delivery Is not In
I eluded in the charge at 20 cents per word.
II the cost is Known it must De paw oy
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 Sold, Special Rates
made for "Automohlle Parties."
NOTL Dtlsers are not allowed tn make
any rates except those furnished bv the
company. Ask driver to see rate sheet.
In case of dispute as to fare, pay driver
amount claimed, take rebate slip and call
at office. We will gladly adjust -ny dif
ference. Olhce on King St., near Judiciary Bid.
Art Dmbroldery Taught.
Vessons In ART KMIIHOIDKHV will
c given by Mrs. II. II. Williams at tht
City Furniture Store, Kort streait.
Viral Class stamping dons
una. ii. u. wiLUAMt.
.VI. PHILLIPS a
Wholaialo Impoiteri scd Jobbstt
lor ope tn md Americin Dr loot.
lo I sud QaiHin Hlttati,
mini commission AQi-ihts
for, Voit 10 i Qomb HtrssU UukuU1