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, 1 . Oceanic Steamship Company
! tteamer of tVs line will arrlra and leare thli port u hereunder:
FIIOM SAN FnANCISCO.
ZEALANDIA JUNE 15
VENTtJIU, JUNE 26
ZEALANDIA JULY 6
SIEIUIA .. .( .. ,". .. .. JULY 17
ZEALANDIA JULY 27
SONOMA ,i .. .. AUO. 7
MARIPOSA AUO. 17
VFJNTURA AUO. 28
MARIPOSA 8EPT 7
SIERRA SEPT. 18
M'ARIPOSA SEPT. 28
" Local Boat
In connection with tht7ulltn ot the abore ateamera the arenta ir pre
pared to Isiue, to Intending pauenseri , coupon through Ucketa bj any rail
road from San Francisco to all polnu In the United State, and from New
fork by any ateamihlp line to all Kurapean porta.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLT TO
TWm. 6. Irwin
" iniffllBlf A sivrAfna
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Sttamer. of lilt arw, companl.a(wltl call af Honolulu jni "
l.ava (Mi port on Of ajul the datea txlov m.ntlo.tJ, '
For lapan antt China: For San Franoliao:
GAELIC JUNE 21,'CHINA JUNE 16
HONGKONG MARU JUNE 29
CHINA JULY 6
DORIC JULY 16
NIPPON MARU JULY 24
PERU ..' t AUO. 1
COPTIC AUO. 9
AMERICA MARU AUO. 17
PEKINO AUO. 24
GAELIC SEPT. 3
HONOKONO MARU SEPT. 11
CHINA SEPT. 19
For central Information
H. HrXCKFIBLO &
VSItaaiiil ol tbi akora lint, running l cooMctloa wirk tl, CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
Mttata VancssTw, B. C, and S"r. N. S. W.. calllne al Victoria, C. C, Hoaolilaul Brlabaa.
n BUB AT JIONObl'aVV it aioilll ilataa oalow atat.l via l
MOM VNCoUVBR AND WJT-3V C
... n.Uaca endSytaayl
MIOWERA JULY 6
AORANOI AUO. 3
MOANA AUO. 31
, MIOWERA SE.PT' 28 J AORANOI SEPT. 25
aarnroua b Ickcta lnoel troai Hodllul, lo cjk. i J 3 f orcpa. Foi l-ial bi .ad
'mat ait al caral Inlornottlon, apply I
American-Hawaiian 5. S. Co,
Direct Service between
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
. S OREGONIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about .May 25.
S S AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about July 10.
S.S.HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail
Freleht received at company's wharf. d Street, South Brooklln, at all times.
For further particular apply to
C. P. MORSB,
- Geneti.1 FreiEhtAsentyH. HAOKFEtrD & CO .LTD.,
1 Agents. Honolulu
Lines of Travel.
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DULY '
, FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Sniok.'
Ing and Library Cars, with Uarber
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. 4 & T. A.,
1472 . Omaha, Nebraska.
O. B. & L. Co.
From and After January 1, 1S9D.
a, m. l-a'lr
F. C. SMITH. Gcn'l Pass. & Ticket Agt,
G. V. DEN'ISON. Superintendent,.
Wilder's Steamship Conipany
FOR ISLAND PORTS
BKUTO t JAKTWRTWH'J
General Manager of
T W(iuMtiU Ufa Assuhjioj Bo-tu
Of tlio United States for the Ha
Office, : Mccnant St, : Honolulu,
' M.1T- taaJCIL-.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ZEALANDIA JUNE 19
SIERRA JUNE 25
ZEALANDIA JULY 10
MARIPOSA JULY 18
ZEALANDIA JULY 31
VENTURA AUO. G
MARIPOSA AUO. 21
SIERRA .. , AUq. 27
MARIPOSA SEPT. 11
80NOMA .. i SEPT. 17
MARIPOSA OCT. 2
& Co., Limited
jtatm a it m m mm
DORIC JUNE 22
NIPPON MARU JULY 2
TERU JULY 9
COPTIC JULY 19
AMERICA MARU JULY 26
PEKINO AUO. 3
GAELIC AUO. 13
HONOKONO MARU AUO. 20
CHINA AUO. 27
DORIC SEPT. 6
NIPPON MARU SEPT. 13
apply to P. M. S. S. Co.
CO, LTD. AGENTS.
"RUM SYDNEY AND DRISBANI I
"-.t Victoria and Vancouvar I B. C)i
AORANOI JULY 3
MOANA JULY 31
MIOWERA AUO. 28
Lines of Travel.
YOU CAN DO IT NOW
THE - INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the croup except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 S9.
Honolulu Office, Magooi Block.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for our, message
Hawaiian Tramway's 'Time
KING STREET LINE.
Cir .civ Walklkl for town at vj. 6.11. 6:ix a.m.
and every u minute thercafttr ti I 10:41, iiIm anj
iv.4 r n. rrom waKiki go 10 me runanou aiauei.
Can lavt R Ranee or Fawaa twitch for town at
5 jjA.Jrt. and every is mlnutetlhtrealtcrill it.crfp.M,
Can leave Fort and Kloc ftirectt corner for Palama
at 6.10 A.M. and every i) minutes after till n:tj
Cars leave for palama only at 1 and 5:10 a m,
Cars leave Palana for Wilk'kl $ 4i A M. and every
t minutes till en P.M . then at to.11 and icn I'.M.
Theti.uP.M from Patama lor I'unahou only gees
to Walklkl on Saturdays.
Cars leave fort and Kinj streets corner lot Kirie
Ranee at j i and twAA '
Carslcaw Tort and Klne streets comer for Walklkl
at 6ns a.m. andetcry 1 minutes till ioo.r.M tl.en at
10:11 ana ii.-ij r.n. ine ii;js r.m, kuvs 10 vvaikiki
BERETANIA STREET AND NUUANU VALLCy.
Cars leave Punahou StiMe for Town at j.joand
for Ton and Valley at 3:40 J J9 6,10 6; 6.40 r and
Cars leave OahJ College for town and Valley at
6:10 6,jo and t.io A.H andcter) tomlnuies till 10:10
P.M. except thtfen hour an4 tialf, lipur cars which
run from the Marie.
in from in Marie.
Can lav Nuuanu Valley at 610 6: to 6:50 A,M and
every 10 mlnuti thereafter till 10. jo i-.m.
Cart leave r-ort anj Queen htreets for Punahou
Colleir al 6 os 6.tj 6-j a M anJ every 10 mlnuiea
afttr till 9 4P,M. Aftr that tha cars run tn the
Stable up to 1 cjcP.M, whlth la the lait car front Town,
reaching the Statle at iit)P
ON CALLJUX NIGHT.
AUTOMOBILE GO., LTD.
Coupon Books Sold. Special Rates
made for "Automobile'' Parties."
NOTE DrUcrs are not allowed to
mako any rates except thoso fur
nished by the company. Ask driver
to see rate eheet.
In enso of dispute as to fare, pay
driver amount claimed, take rebate slip
and call at oHlce. e will gladly ad-
JubI any difference.
Ofllco on King St., near Judiciary Mdg.
' LOUIS T GRANT, Manajer.
Real - Estate
. AT AUCTION
Situate near Punchbowl street, between
nereianm ana King sirtets in Honolulu,
Island of Oah J. Belne Ananas 1 and A of
Land Commission Award 263 Issued to
Walakea, or Lots A and B In the name of
A, VV. Maloho as Indicated on maps In the
Government Survey Department,
Bv virtue of an Order Issued out of the1
Circuit Court of thi First Circuit. Hon. A.
S. Humphrey, presiding, In a cause at
Chambers entitled Alexander Maloho vrr-
sus William Malorio", et al., Equity Divi
sion Numbtr 1171, the undersigned will
sell at Public Auction to the highest bidder,
subject to confirmitlon by said Coutt,
ON MONDAY, JUNE U
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the mauka entrance to the Judiciary
Bulld'nz In said Honolulu, the following
described lands, to wit :
APAN 1 (OR LOTA, A. W. MAIOHO)
Bounded by Printer's Lane jt feet on
makal sldClby.Ros: K. Anahu Ijj feet dn
Ewa side bv Hiram K. Anahu io:ftt
on mauka side; and by a o-foot RoadsVay
145-5 feet on Walklkl side. Area 1920,
squire feet, more or leas.
Less thin one-half of this Acana will be
condemned for a 50 feet street in order to
extend Young Street Ewa wav or towards
Hotel s-reet. BUT WHAT REMAINS OF
THE LOT MAUKA AND JUAKAI will here
after become enhanced In value on account
01 said proposer extension and also on ac
count of their fronting on the new street.
A RARE CHANCE TOR CAPITALISTS.
APANA 4 (OR LOT B, A. W. MAIOHO)
BoundeJ bv Rose K. Anahu (8 feet on
makal side; by said o-foot Roadway 156
feet on Ewa side; by Governmtnt and
Bishop Estate about 80 feet on mauka
side; and by Pahau Estate about 120 feet
on Walklkl side. Area 0830 square feet,
more or less.
This Arana 4, the outlet to which Is
Printer's Lane leading out to Punchbowl
Street. Could be subdivided Into THREE
EQUAL SQUARE LO TS, with an outlet to
each facing Ewa-way on to said o-foot
Roadway; and the furthest mauka lot,
when Ap na 4 Is subdivided, will still be
within 300 fteVOf .the proposed Young
Street fextenslon, thus eventually doing
away with the use of Printer's Lane a
far a this Apana 4 Is co cerneJ. THIS IS
A GOOD CHANCE FOR INVESTORS.
TERMS OF SALE are cash In United
States Gold OIn, and deeds at expense of
purchasers. For further particulars enquire
of the undersigned at his office in said Ju
Dated Honolulu, May 11. tost.
- , - Limited.
Keeps Constantly on Hand
MILLER & LUX'S Prime Beef, Mut
ton, Pork anil Veal. The StandarU
Meata,o( the Const. Nothing better to
be had. We are Sole Agents for the
FISH Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Stur
Rcon, Sole, Smelt, Shad, Carp, Rock
Cod, Sea Bass, Crawfish, Crabs, Etc.
POULTRY AND GAME Turkeys.
Qecse, Chickens. Quail, Canvas Dack,
'.Mallard, Teal, Sprig. Brant, Belgian
SMOKED MEATS Hams, Bacon.
Sausages, fresh every day. Tongues,
Clipped lleef, Etc. Also Sweet Bread,
Brains', Calves' Liver, Trlpc, Calves'
Feet and Heads, Etc.
BUTTER, Eggs, Cheese, Pickles.
Chow Chow, Sauer Kraut, Apples,
Pears, Grapes, Potatoes, Onions, Cab
bage. A full supply of Fruits and
OYSTERS Fancy, large or small, In
shell or cans.
Hardly a thing that you could wish
for but what Is to be had at our mar
ket. TBLFPHONFj-MAIN 219.
WhenYon Waqt a
.RING UP THE.
Livery. Boarding and
. Sales Stables. : : :
: : : : 518 FOUT STREET.
Stable 'Pmmo, 477
lUuk Stand 'Phones, Sltt RndTl'.
brays tor Freight
Our representative meets all Incom
ing steamers from the. Coast, and wo
check baggage on all outgoing steam
ers. White and Bluk Sand For Stir
Office with Evening Bulletin, 210
King street. Tel. SG.
, I W. MRSEN, Wt't.
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Black Sand
I In Quantities to Suit....
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
Dump Carts furnished by the Day on
H. R HITCHCOCK
Queen St., Opposite Union Feed Co.
dKl.' aWlaBaW bV 1 aAjltt
Weak nerves mein thin blood, and thin
blood means an unhealthy storrach To
strengthen the nerves and purify the blood
Hosteller'? Stomach Bitters should be
taken faithfully. It will not fall to cure
constipation, Ingestion, dynpep
s'a, nevouancM. and prevents mil
iaria, fever nnd ague. Why not eet
well at once bv tryln the Bitters. See
that our private revenue stnmn cov
ers the neck of tne bottle.
BE SURE Hostetter's
YOU GET Stomach
THE GENUINE Rltters
Wia. Ki. 1r
'Ibitf ppeckel? u
San rraneiieo Agtnli Tna NatvA1
Nation a 1. Bank or Bax Fkamoimx
(AN FxAttmsoo The Kavada Natloi
Bank of 8an Francisco.
LoJiDos The Union Bank of Londr.
New York American Kxchango h
(Jhioaoo Marohanta National Banl
Pahw Orodlt Lyonoala.
Uaiuit Ureadner Bank.
HoNsoita and Yokohama Honk-n
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
Nitw Zealand and Anmuui-to
of New Zealand.
Victoria amd Vakoouvmr Bank
British North Auiorle.
Imact 1 Bener&l Biiiiu sal Eictufe Bitist
Depolsti KccMved. Loans male on Aj
iroTid Secarlty. (lomnerclal and TniToIC.
JtCillti Itsaed. Bills ot Exchnnga bongb
'"LITCTIOtS Fbokitlt AcoouimiD 7n
Trunsnct n General JJunking
mill Kxclinngc liiHiiio.
Coiiiincruial ami Travelers'
Letters of Credit ixJltttl, aruilublo
in all tlio principal cities of the
Interest allowed after July 1,
1898, on fixed detwits 7 day
notico 2 per cent, (this form will
not bear interet unless it remains
undisturbed for 0110 month), .'J
montlis 3 per cent., 0 mouths II 1-2
per cent, 12 months 1 per cent.
Pioneer Building am
ASSETS, DEC. SI. 1811. 1111,871..
Hone loaned on approver! reirltt
ASarlnKf Bank fcr monthly deposit
Houses built on the monthly (natal
Twentieth Bert . , of Block Is
" OFFICERS T. F. Laming, prs
dent; S. B. Rose, Vice Preeiaent; O. J
Qray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Becrttan
DIRECTORS T. F. Lansing, B.
Rose, A. V; Oear, A. W. Keecb. Hear
Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, C.
Dray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. QatUI.
Chamber ot Commerce roona.
Offlca Hours: 12:xn 1;0 n. "
Saving! Deposits will b
recelvod and Interest allowed by. thl
Bank at four and one-half per cent
Prtntayl copies of the Roles and Res
ulatlons may be obtained on applloatlor
Office at bank ' building on Merohar
lijB Voit;ohama Specie Ban
SubicrINi Capital. ..,,, ...........Ycn .4.00C000
Pal4UpCarltal,,. , Yin ij.ooo.oco
k.atrv.4 f-unl ... Y.a S,)iotoo
niaa ,umc. loaonama
The Bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills ot Exchange, lcaucs Drafti
and Letters of Credit, and transact
a general banking business,
' Os H.r.a Drpollt lot la ncMta. 4 S.i .Ml a. t
Oo l:1i.J Dtpoitt tor 6 aoitbi, H "
On FIk.4 Uoijoilt for m.
Branch ol Ida Yokohama Spacl. Pank,
hi Rtiiabiic amii'i, in m si, mi"
Instruments filed for record June I ) tool.
First Party Second Party Class
J 1 McLean Admr J Grieve A L
J Grieve J L McLean PA
R P Akau E A Atclnerv U
P C Jones Mrs A Asam Rel
Mrs A Asam Bank of Haw Ltd M
H I Hayselden , Bishop & Co M
K Amar.i B K Kauwalu D
Mrs Is T Blckerton W M Mlnton L
Instrumeuts Filed for record June 15, i;oi.
First Party Second Party Oass
B P Bishop E K Nahaolelua D
G N Wiltox Young Hop et al L
Port. M B Soc'y of Haw A de Freltas Rel
G P Castle & wf CM Cooke D
J Mott-Smlth Est Ltd C At Cooke Ld U
E J Benjmln ' R R Berg Sur P A
JUSTICE FfiEAR B M
From tho Sunday Volcano.
There seems, thcro Is, a disposition
on the part of the public to severely
censure Chief Justlco Frear for the part
ho played during the now famous epoch
In Hawaii known as thi transition pe
riod. It Is unfair; It Is wrong. There
Is nothing in Chief Justlco Frcar's acts
during the transition period to watruni
the assembling ot the Bar Assoclat'on
and the expression ot .Inflamed speech
and denunciatory resolutions ag.ilnt:
Hawaii's eminent Jurist. Many allege
that during the transition period Chief
Justice Frear was Instrumental In
sending to (he Oahu penitentiary those
for whom he had formed a pcrsoinl
dislike, denying them 1 tulr and Impar
tial, trial on the ground, and on no oth
er, of their criticism of "the best gov
ernment on earth" and the most emi
nent Supreme Court In all of the plan
ets comprising tho solar system; a
Supremo Court of which he was 'hr.
gowned syllabus and the Interpreter cf
law both human and divine. In order
to casctdc these gentlemen to thn pci.t
tcntlary, the eminent Jurist of the emi
nent Supremo Court of Hawaii not only
compiled the law, but he formed (he
transition period which did away with
all law. He became the legislative and
judicial branches ot "the licst govern
ment on earth," In tho sky above or the
wntcrs beneath. H is true that this
eminent Jurist, Impressed with thrift,
held that all dutiable goods under tho
laws of the Oligarchy were dutiable un
der the laws of the United States dur
ing the transition period. In other
words, while tho Oligarchy, with scr-pent-like
instinct, was Bhcddlnti' Us
sklu, no part of tho tlcstic was removed.
It had a double hide, notwithstanding
the high .dew point in t.ilb tioplcal
Now, before the peoplo of theso Isl
ands, and especially tho newcomers, be
come too critically censorious, let them
hear what tho eminent Jurist has to say
In his own defense, for thcro always
aro two sides to a irucstlon, at least In
America. Did we say two Bides to a
question? We aro In ciror. During tho
transition period thcro never was but
one sldo of the question. The following
la from last Wcdncsday's(Uullctin:
Chief Justlco Frear when Interviewed
by a Bulletin reporter this morning on
the United States Supreme Court deci
sion' regarding Insular possessions,
said that ho had not read any moro
than n short synopsis ot the decision
And therefore could not glvo a very
mature Judgment. He said, however,
that tho decision sustains the Hawa
iian Supremo Court i:pon tho main
proposition that the ConstKtution does
not follow the Dag. Tho Hawaiian
court's Interpretation of the Ncwlanda
resolution, however, bad been reversed,
ho said, by tho construction placed
upon It by tho higher tribunal. Tho
main contention of tho Hawullau Su
prcmo Court, said Justlco Frear, In that
Congress possesses tho power to enact
such laws as it Haw fit for thn Insular
possessions of tho United States. Thn
construction of tho local Supreme
Court was to tho effect that the Con'
stltutlon did uot extend to Hawnll by
virtue of the Nowlands resolution.
This had been reversed. Speaking ot
the decision on tho Crossman caso,
Justice Frear said that he believed, thai
reverse of tho rule would hold good.
That Is to say, it goods shipped frnni
Hawaii to tho United States during tho
transition period should not pay duty;
then gooils from tho United States to
Hawaii should also bo exempt from
duty. Ho thereforo Is of the opinion
that I'encock & Co, and Lovojoy & Co.
may recover the money paid under
protest as duty on goods Imported from
tho United States.
Is it possible that tho eminent Jurist
too is suffering from nervous prostra
tion! If he Is wo will end this discus
sion right here, for let It never bo said,
that this paper was so ungallagt as to
n'rguo with a nervously prostrated man,
and particularly when that man was an
eminent Jurist of tho i'lustrlous tran
In tho Marshall case, familiar to tho
wholo country, tho deefndant's con
tention was that tho Nowlands resolu
tion! if Congressional enactment was
hiccessury, legislated the constitution
Into Hawaii, for tho irsolutlon expli
citly declares that all laws In Hawaii
noA In conflict with tho Act nor the
Constitution of tho United States
should remain In force until such tlmo
as Congress should make laws for tho
afovcrnlng ot Hawaii. The only au
thority that tho great and eminent
Chief Justice Frear could find upon
which to baso decision against Mar
shall was this very Crossman case, a
decision rendered by Federal Judge
Townsend of New York', and which has
been overruled by the United States
Supreme Court. 1'robably tho learned
Jurist of tho transition period might
have found other authorities against
tho contention 0 tho defendant If ho
had not been moro profitably occupleJ
In making a sewage furni nut ot an Ho
nolulu public park, or voluntarily and
patriotically engaged In compiling the
Kfcrr klntl of tftnfnrt ani ill lit 4 ult It itr
hi a run h rmril itj oar txw lnvfitl-nt nl
bout iiNftnit tern burn ( niulnnurittlM. iN U
lit tliriMtiTvfivtnt fH', if n.i mrt'f'ii.riHiH.
41 urt.UMl. liMiai. tilt lull Hlt ftdlt) .'. flT
no tun mire hinmlf n Ul im. tiuuiu ai ?erj
DIR. DALTON'S AURAL CLINIC,
,1 LtuMo Acuue. CIIICAQO, ILL., I), t). A
Realty and Maturity Co.
DEALERS IN REAL ESTATB,
Loan?, Mortgages, Bonds, etc. Sud-dlvl
ders of tracts of city property; houses bull
on easy terms; all sorts of document, drawi
on short notice, at a moderate charge; work
We also Issue, as an especial feature, to
parties who have monry to Invest In
monthly Installments, a Certificate of
Investment, which Is Interest-bearing from
date of Issuance absolutely as safe as the
banks and unquestionably the best In
vestment on the market to-day.
For particulars, address P. O. Box 262.
Phone Main 141. Office, 52 King street,
over Catle& Cooke's.
laws of Hawaii, for which he asks an
1S.00O legislative appropriation.
We hope that no unkind reader nor
sympathiser with a gentleman who
spent four months nm' a half of an Il
legal sentence In tho Oabu penitentiary
will say that the eminent Jurist of the
transition period, Chief Justlso Froa.
thliouglit moro of transforming a public
park into n sewage farm or' compiling
the laws of llaw-nli for a prospective
$S,000 than ho did of the liberties of a
gentleman who was Illegally tried, Il
legally convicted anal Illegally sen
tenced to the penitentiary. Nor do w
hope that any unkind reader will Viy
that the eminent Jurist ot tho transition
period,. Chief Justlco Frear, held the
sacredness ot Individual liberty and n
sewage farm in Juxtaposition, and de
cided that It was merely n question be
tween them of bouquet, for It would bo
unfair; It would bo wrong. Nor dn
we hope that any unkind reader will
say, or Washington will say ' that In
denying n gentleman convicted by nine
Jurors rights guaranteed him under
tho constitution of his country, that
'the eminent Jurlst'of the transition pe
riod. Chief Justice Frear, was actuated
Ly anything moro sordid than the most
holy motives, was inspired by anything
moro groveling than the love of Jus
tice. Man Is unjust, but Ood is Just; anil
finally Justlco triumphs.
Now let us bo fair in presenting
Judge Frear In a proper light before
this community, of which he is an
honored resident, It rnny be said that
prior to his elevation to the bench ho
had few If any rases in court. V
deprccnto such vindictive expression
Admitting that Justlco Frear never had
n enso In court, which wo deny. Is that
a good and sufficient reason why ho is
not fitted to discharge tho duties of a
Judge? Is ho not a man of studious
habits? Docs not his compilation ot
the laws of Hawaii clearly establish his
plodding Industry? Do not tho cordial
relations hcretoforo existing between
the bench and bar uow exist for a
Tho friends of Chl;f JuBtlco Frear
havo no disposition to deny that during
iho transition period he refused wrlta
of habeas corpus to men Incarcerated
In Oahu penitentiary for committing
The friends of Chief Justice Frear
point with pride to tho adroit manner
in which he evnded tho splrlt'of tho
iaw whilo obeying its Utter in calling
for printed bids and tho awarding of a
contract for dilng tho work. Ho re
Jtrted tho lowest bidder nnd stated that
tno work had been given out before the
advertisement appeared. Could any
thing display tho lofty character ot
Chief Justlco Frear more than this net?
Is It not one to bo cmiilntcd by Chief
Justlco Fuller of the United States Su
Hawaii Is proud of Chief Justice
Frear. May ho preside for many years
to come over tho Supremo Court of
Hawaii! He has rendered such illus
trlous scrvlco that Tho Volcano favors
amending tho Organic Act, giving
Chief Justice Frear r. life' tenure of
office Such disinterested service as
ho has rendered should bo rewarded,
handsomely rewarded. It behooves
tho Bar Association to sco that It 1
Dr. Plcrcc'a Elec
tric Body Battery
Away with Urueat Invtl
Heat. SmiJ tor "Book
lal bo, " AJ4ria
PIRRCB ILECTRIC CO.,
610 M'-k.t St.. 8. P.
Notice to Creditors.
The unimlgnaJ Executori of thr will et John N.
Wrlaht. Ul. ul Hrnululu, JrccaMj. hrr.by gtta
nolle, in all prrxn hiving ctalm. again! Hi. alai
ol talj J tin ft. Wrliht, drcrat.J, lo p"nt the.r
ilalm. within alx month, from ire publication ol thli
notice, t r i" w ii p. turner parrel.
ANN S. WPir.llT. CxecitO'l.
ujiim.iiii ufnir:.lT t
Honolulu. Jun. .. i&ui. il6i.Jun. 9,16,1), y
Notice to Creditors.
Tt. unJmlcnfi hivlnf tetn July ppointc4 J
mlnittratt nt thtfcU'ot Samuel Johinoalti, Ult
of Ho.dutu, UUrti ot Oahu. IrrrI'ury of Hawaii,
Jeca4l No'lct It htrcby glvm to all pmoni to
P-rrMM thtlr claims attaint! Uta cstaft ot saU Saaual
Johanowu, deCtairJ, duty authenticate J whether
hccurel ty mora, a re or otherwise, lo the uivlmlrrivj
at lilt ottce on Merchant street In ul4 Honolulu,
within fclx months from the data hereof or they will
b forever barrel. rU all persons InJcbtei to saU
cttate art h rest requettcl tovakt ImmeJUtapayr
meni iu ii)v unjciiini4
X. A. SCIMCrER,
Aimln'strat;r of the tttatt of Samuel Jvhiiowlti.
DaieJ Honolulu. June tin, iqci. iMi Jure I,h..q
NOTICE TO CR6DIT0R8.
The unjerttcncdthavlnc teen duty rplt4 J
mlnhtraulx with the will annexed of the estate of w,
Seaborn Luce leie of Huno'ulu, ItianJ of Oahu,
Territory of Hlwiil. ceceawJ Nolle is hereby
Clen toall rirwn o present their claims against
tneeitA nt ftU V Se lH.rn.uce. deceased, duy
an hiMlcaieJ. uli.th r securei tV rnott.u.7 or other i
wise, to J, m Munsirnt, Lso., of counselor the under
slcnrJ, at his ofilce In the Campbell Ulock on Mer
chant it et' In said Honolulu, within six mvn hs from
the Jiielurvaf or they wli be Comer batred, anj all
persons Ii Jetted in said ttteare hery requeued
10 ruiKt irrmej'aiv pa) mem 14 in sau j, m
ALICE M. G LUCE.
AJmlfiiiairlx lth the will annexed ot trie tsUtt
or w. s. Luce, eeceatej. t
Dated Honol ilu. June 6th. imi.
In consequenco of the appointment
of tho Hon, George Oear to the Circuit'
Bench as Second Judge, the Arm ot
Davis & Oear Is dissolved. Geo. A.
Davis will occupy the same offices and
continue the Active practice of his pro
fession. 1809-tf 1
Assessment Notice. "
At a meeting of tho directors of the)
ORPHEUM COMPANV, LTD., hel
this day, an assessment of 10 on the
assessable stock was levied, payable oa
June 1st nnd.dellnqucnl July 1st.
ORPHEUM COMPANY, LTD.
Dy JOHN ,P. COLDURN,
Mny 27, 1901. Secretary pro tern.
We hereby beg to notify our custom
ers, and the public generally, that hero
after wo shall Insist on regular month
ly settlements ot all accounts owing ua.
Any account remaining unpaid after
tho last day of the month following Ita
contraction will be closed and steps
taken for its Immediate collection.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.. LTD.,
O. J. WALLER. Manager.
HONOLULU MARKET CO., LTD.,
1833-tf D. II. DAVIS. Manager.
Notice of Election of Officers.
'At the annual meeting of the sharehold
ers of The Pacific Land and Improvement
Company, Ltd.. held on the 7th day Inst.,
at the office of Vee Sing Tal Co.. Hono-.
lulu, the followlnz were elected officers of
said corporation for the ensuing year:
President Pang Chong
Vice-President Chang Chau
Secretary A. Y. Shew
Treasurer C. Q. Yee Hop
Auditor Pang Lum
Directors-Lee King Chin. Pang Lum
Mow, Yee Yap and Yip S. Young.
A. Y. SHEW. Secretary.
Honolulu. June 10. loot. 1 862-1 w'
W. C. ACHI& CO. ,
Brokers 4b Dealers
We will Duy or Sell Real Estate U
nil parts of the group.
Wo will Sell Properties on Reason
able Commissions. t
3FFICE, 10 WEST KlHfi STRF.CT
Real Estate Broker
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs, and
HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. M088MAN
Real Estate Agent
' Abttrutor n
Searcher of Title .
Loans Negotiated. ,
HENRY ST. GOAR.
( EDWARD POLL1TZ.
Member Stock end .Bond Exctanft,
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention ghen to pur
chase and sale of Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Foreign Stock 'ant
408 California St.,
Ban PraneUeo, Cal.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK MDBOUD BROKE
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDO BUILDING
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Hawaiian btock Exchange
Mclnerny Ulock, Fort Street.
A. J. OAMPBKLL,
Stock and Bond Broker.
Member ot Honolulu Stock Excbaaaa,
Office Queer Street, Opposite Union
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Subicriberi are furnlthed with tnm
Ore to ill Data per week, giving am '
curate record of deedi, morttigay
leasee, releaiet.s, powers ot attorar
etc., etc., which art placed on record.
SUBSCRIPTION, PRICE, 12.00 P
A. V. GBAR,
TtiiM TtnlMIrt Konnta)l-
F. W. Thrum,
ROOM 400. BOSTON BLOCT M
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