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KVENIKO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 4. 1001.
Lint of Travat.
Oceanic Steamship. Company
The steamers of this line will bit We and leave Jhls port as hereunder!
r ItUAl 9AH niAnuiouu, rUK SAIN IlAIVUiatJU.'
VLAMEDA i SEPT. 7
'ENTURA . SEPT. 18
LAMEDA SBPT. 28
IERRA OCT. 9
ALAMEDA OCT. 19
SONOMA OCT. 30
ALAMEDA NOV. 9
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SONOMA'...., f.. OCT. 8
ALAMEDA t. OCT. 23
VENTURA , OCT. 29
ALAMEDA NOV. 13
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers, the agents are pro
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San FrancUco to all points In the United States, and from New
York by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR KUR'lHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm, G. Irwin & Co;, Ltd.
GENERAL AQENT8 OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
' Pacific Jail Steamship, Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
GAELIC SEPT. 3 DORIC SEPT. 6
HONGKONG MARU SEPT. 11 NIPPON MARU SEPT. 13
CHINA 8EPT. 19 PERU SBPT. 21
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( FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
H. HftCKFIBLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of the a!oe line, running In lonnectton ltu the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between nmnm er. tt C. and 8jdney, N8.1V,
and calling at Victoria, D. C, Honolulu and Brisbane, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about thu dates below stated, lz.:
From Vancouver anu Victoria, D. C
(For Drlsbanu and Sjdney.)
HIOWERA SBPT. 23
From Sydney andBrisbane.
(For Mitorla and Vanrotrwr, H C)
AORANOI SEPT. 20
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States ami
Europe. For Fi eight and Passage r.nd all general Information, apply to
Thco. H.Davlc8grCo.,Ltd., Gcn'l Agents.
The Hawaiian Realty and
Maturity Co., Ltd.
General .Agents for
The New Hampshire Fire Insurance
Co. of Manchester, N. H.
Dealers in Real Estate, Loans, Mort
gages and Etc.
Office, 32 King St.,
Over Castle & Cooke's,
PhoneMain 141. P. O. Box. 262.
HI) UC SAW
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
8. 8. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, 8alled.
8.8. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail to sail Oct. 15.
8. 8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, sailed from NEW YORK.June 16; will
load at PUGET 80UND about 'BE.Pr. 1 for7 HAWAIIAN PORTS.
It Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South Brooklyn, at
H all times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
The Gaelic from San Francisco ar
rived early this morning after n ery
plcasantjtrlp from San Francisco. The
vessel brought a large mall and .sev
eral lay" over passengers for thts.iort.
On account of the strike she was a; da
late in getting an ay from San Fran
cisco, from which port she sailed at 1
o'clock In the- afternoon of the 28th.
Her run to port was made In 6 da.
When three days out from San
Francisco the China and Ventura wcro
passed. They left this port about four
hours apart and when sighted by the
Gaelic were about fifty mites dlstini
from each other. The China was pars
ed at 7:22 a. m. and the Ventura at
9:18, one hour and fifty-six mlnutei
apart. At' this rate the Ventura had
gained ''slightly on the Pacific Mall
boat. The position of the steamers as
given by Captain Finch of tho Gaelic
at the time spcclfle'd was, China, lati
tude 31 deg. 56 mln. north, longitude
138 deg. 17 mln. west; Ventura, lati
tude 31 deg. 44 mln. north, longitude
138 deg. 43 mln. west.
Columbia Crew for
' the Constitution
New York. Aug. 28. On the author
ity o a member of the New York
Yacht Club, It Is stated that unless the
Constitution can make a better show
Ing the captain and crew of the Co
lumbia will be substituted tor the
present company on the defender. Cap
tain Barr when asked about a report
that the crews of tne Columbia and the
Constitution were to exchange places,
said he had heard nothing of such a
"Columbia," he Bald, "Is in splendid
condition and It would be hard to Im
prove her. I hao no doubt she la
faster than two eaxs ago how much
faster, tt Is Impossible to say. The
reason for her Increased speed Is th
perfect fit of her mainsail."
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE' DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to Now York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reeding 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.
1. L. LOMAX, O. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omsha, Nebraska.
. BUSINESS ORDERS
Y00 CAN DO IT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the croup except Kauai.
aifciiaaifM n a ! tc stl
miniinwin ivnib w
Instruments filed for Record Saturday,
August 31, 1901.
First Party. Second Party. Class.
W. Much Lati Linn et al L
Gdn. J. II. Mossman F. Santos. . . Agt.
J. R. Gaspar and wife E. da Silva
J. I). Castle Wong Leone Re).
W. F. Allen, tr. Wong Leong ...Rcl.
Dishop & Co Wong Leong .... . .Rcl.
Wong Leong H. Hackfeld & Co.. Mtg.
3. Mlchloka J. Fujita Fi.Mtrf.
Lee You Dr. Chas. Davison L.
S. Smlther and wife E. da Sllva..
M. Francisco and wlfo E. da Slha.
C. S. Desky B Flterre D.
J. U. Smith First Dank of Hllo...A.L.
, September 3.
H. Hackfeld & Co C. B. Hofgaard .
J. K. Pllmami Awana , L.
D. Kanealll Kcahlloa K. Kancalll
Kahuhu Raker (w) Suela (Jap)...
Fred. Valdogel Deborah Kahate-
Deborah Kahalewal and husb Kong
Tat, alias Yeo Wo D.
W. C. Achl and wife C. P. Benton
and Arloll Glosue D.
Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 28. A special
to the Star from Warrensburg, Mo.
One of the most dastardly crimes
ever committed In the borders of John
son county was perpetrated last night
at the little hamlet of Columbus, off
the railroad sixteen miles north of
here. Miss Mary Henderson, aged 40
years, was murdered In cold blood by
Will Francis a 22 year old negro, after
he had assaulted her.
Francis, who worked on Htatt's
farm, fled, but Is believed to have been'
surrounded near1 the woods near Hoi
den. The whole country Is up In arms
and it is believed that the negro will
be burned at-the stake.
Miss Henderson was a member of
one of the best families in the country
and made her home with her brother-
in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Hlatt had cone
an ay In the afternoon, leaving Hender
son alone In the house, except for
Francis, who has been trusted for ten
Miss Henderson, It appears, lived
long enough to tell the Hlatt family
on her return of the assault and to
make It plain that Francis was the as
sailant. The whole country around
Odessa Is up In arms, aiding in tho
search for Francis.
At the entrance
to the Famoui
lao Vallev. and
volcano In the
World. - .
for Tourists and
MAUI HOTFI VVAILUKU,
IHtUI lIVFlLtLty ISLAND OF MAUI.
A. T. HAGBNKAMP, Manager. '
Several Valuable Pieces
Heielili Office, 315 Fort St.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for your message
R. & L. Co.
m and After January 1, 1839.
) u. la, btllr
A M. A M
r. C. SMITH, Gen'l Pass. & Ticket Agt
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
Can Uave Walk Ik I for town it MS. 6 ij, 6 45 A M
and every is mlnutei thereafter ti I 104s. nlif and
11 j p M. front Wa kikl jrotc the Punahou Stablei.
Cart leave R Range or Pawaa twitch for town at
5 51A M. and every 13 mlnutei thereafter till 11 ohP M
Carijeave Fort ani King street corner fur falama
at 6 10 AM. and evtr ij minute after UN lit)
Cars 1eae for Palama rnl, at and 5 jo A M.
(.in leave raiaua tor yviiki j 4) a n ana every
15 ralnulii till o'4! P t . then at w. it and 10 4) Pm
Then 15 PM from Palama t r Punahou only goei
Can leave f-ort ana Kin? firtttt corner foi Kllle
Range at $ 20 and imam,
Can leave Fort and KlneitretieVCcrncrforWaHtlkl
at 6 o j A M. and every ij minute till 10 05P. M, then at
10 15 and usPM. Then 15 P M. foet to walkikl
on Saturdays onl) .
BERETANIA STREET AND. VUANU VALLEY.
Can leave Punahfu StMe U Town at 1 to and
for Town and Valt at ) 40 5 30 1 aw 6 40 ? and
Cars leave Oahu Collepe fr-rtoi id Valley at
6. jo 6 30 and ? 10 A M and ever 10 mt.. es till 10 10
pm except mvrn nour ana nan, ncur cars wntcn
run tram the MaMe,
Can leave Nuuan j Valle at fr-io f jo 6 30 A,M and
every 10 minutes thereafter til) 10 30 P M
Cars leave hoit and Queen streets for Punahou
College at 6 03 6 aj 6 43 A M and evrry 10 minutes
after till 9 43 PM. 'After that the cars run tn the
Stable up to 11 30P M, whlth Is the last car from Town,
reaching th Stable at 11 yo P M
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
A meeting of the local branch of the
Nat he Sons of the Golden West wa
held in the Elite building last night
for the purpose of making arangements
for tho proper celebration of the ad
mission day of the State of California.
There were In the neighborhood ol
seventy-fle Callfnrnlans present
Thero was much enthusiasm shown
and work was rushed through with.
Tho program It Is expected to carry
out will consist of a musical and liter
ary program togeiuer with a grand
ball, all this to take place In Progress
hall on the night of Monday, Septem
ber 9. The following committees were
chosen at the meeting: .
General Arrangements V. E. Wall.
W. P. Darry. W. Ntlor, 0. W. R. King
and W. S. Fleming.
Musical and Literary A. New house,
O. W. R. King, Dr. 0. E. Wall.
Refreshment W. S. Fleming. 0. W
Cook, W. P. Barry.
Decoration G. W. rt. King. W. E
Printing and Invitation I. Lelng
ston. W. P. Harry and Mr. Petrie.
Reception W. E. Wall. W. Naylor
W. S. Fleming, 0. W. R. King. W. P
I. Levlngston of the Kash store at
tho corner of Fort and Hotel streets
will take the names of all those who
desire to take part in the celebration.
It Is hoped that there will be no delay
In this matter. The time for the 'clos
ing of the lists of the Nalhe Daugh
ters has been limited to next Thurs
day evening by which time It Is hoped
that all Native Daughters will haa
Bent in their names.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coallnga
Fields of California.
Proen oil lands, completely Bur
rounded by as rich oil producing wells
as there are In thc.State, j lelding from
iU to 250 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at the Coal
lnga wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With twenty five producing wells of
100 barrels each per day, you can
make your own calculation as to
The oil Industry of California Is In
its Infancy, jet many fortunes hate
been made by judicious and lucky In-
estments In oil stock. Many mora
will be made In the near future
The aeraco advance on original
sales of oil stock In twenty leading
companies In California has been
from $1 to $108 per share.
Oil lands liau advanced from 11.23
to $1,000 and $2,000 per acre
When the Pacific Union Oil Com
pany has a number of producing wells
on Its property. Its stock will haw
the same show for even a greater ad
vance, as some oil stock has advanced
from $1 to $1,500 per share.
The Pacific Union Oil Company has
no salaried officers, and Is controlled
by well known gentlemen of Integrity,
who .will see that the money derived
from tho sale of stock will be legiti
mately applied to the development of
For further Information, apply to J.
H. FISHER & CO, Stock and Bond
Brokers, and Hawaiian agents for the
sale of a limited amount of Paclflr
Union Oil Company stock. Stangen
wald building. Merchant street.
I8LAND VE88EL.8 ARRIVF.
San Francisco, Aug. 27. Vessels
reaching port from tho Hawaiian Isl
Believes In OH Fuel.
Among the arrivals at the Moana
hotel from the Mainland is Judge H. C
Barrows, vice president and manager
of tho Pacific-Union Oil Co. The dls
tlnguUhed gentleman Is a member of
the law firm of Morehouse, Kooser i
narrows of San Francisco, and will
spem' nme lime htro visiting 'the Isl
in Louversatlon with a Bulletin re
porter Judgo Barrows gave It as hU
opinion that tho utilization of oil ns
fuel upon the vast plantations was only
a matter of a short time, which means
a great saving In the coat of operations,
Experimenting on Physician.
Paris, Aug. 28. Dr. Koch has an
General Managor of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Or the United States for tho Ha
Office, : Merchant SL : Honolulu.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor, Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu,
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen 8ts.
nnds yesterday Included the schooner ' ', ,h": h' ,, ,-,,,,, nr
H. C. Wright, 24 days from liana, with '., h ,,.,. ,,1.r,1in.i. ,n
wnr. . -. 1L. . I. It.--, I V.. .,. ...... UW....V .v.w.wH.H w
uuvu uags oi sugar, iiiu uarK uuuries
D. Kenncy, 33 days from Honolulu,
with 28,730 bags of sugar; tho barken
tlno S. N, Castle, 29 days from Hono
lulu, with 11,335 bags of sugar; the
ship H. K. Glade, 20 days from I.ahal
na, In ballast, and the bark Annie
Johnson,20 daja from Illlo, with su
Noted Pioneer Dead.
YOungstown, 0., Aug. 28, I.lojd
llooth, u pioneer Iron manufacturer
and president of the Lloyd Booth plant
of the Union Engineering and Foundr)
Company of this city, died today.
Dr. Pierce' Elec
trip It.irlv fin. ...,
-CSTliw Awiv wlthDruff.l Inv.c.
VU ft I'lNo ' AJJteu
"Up IMEKCB LECTIC CO.,
'IV 6J0 M'-ktt St.. S P.
. , ,-SlAlAl.
test the theory that human and bovine
tuberculosis have nothing to do with
each other, and that man cannot catch
the, disease from cattle. o
Noted Surgeon Dead.
New York, Aug. 28. Dr. Thomas
Marco, professor emeritus of surgery
at Columbia University, Is dead at his
summer home at East Hampton, L. I,
m i m
It Is a Real Pleasure to us to speak
favorably of PAIN-KIM.ER. known al
most universally to be a good and safe
remedy for burns and other pains of
the body It Is valuable not only for
colds In winter, but for various siimmor
complaints, und should bo In ever)
family. T lie cnsuulty which demands
It may come unaware, Christian Ad
vocate. Avoid substitutes, there Is but
ono Paln-Klller, Perry Davis', Price
25c, and 50c,
Tho Evening Bulletin 75 cents per
By virtue of an Order issued out of
tbo Circuit Court or the First Judicial
Circuit. Hon. Geofgo D. Oear, presid
ing. In a cause at Chambers entitled
Adelaide Schtlef et al. versus Joseph
Clarke et ai , Equity Division, Number
1208. the undersigned will sell at Pub
lic Auction to tho highest bidder, sub
ject to confirmation by said Court,
ON SATURDAY, SEPT. 14, 1901,
At 12 O'clock Noon,
At tho mauka entrance to the Judici
ary Building! in said Honolulu, Oahu,
tne following described lands and tho
Improvements thereon, to wit:
1. That certain piece or parcel of
land situate on the N. E. corner of
King and Puncnbowl Streets, In Hono
lulu, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, and
bounded and described as follows:
Commencing at North corner and
South 29 East 75 links along Kco
Soutu 4S 30' West 389 links alon
IJ4rtu Hoallllo's; thenco
Nortn 67 West 37 links along King
North 42 East 342 links along
Punchbowl street; thenco to place ol
commencement, ales 1-5 acre. Tho
same being R. P. 5705 of L. C. A. 24 J
to Honokaupu, and being the samo
conveyed to the said Joseph Lazarus
by Mrs. ii. K. Fyfo and D. K. Fyf-.',
her husband, as per need dated Nov.
3rd, 1883, and recorded In Liber 8.
2. Itojal Patent Grant Number 3501.
that certain piece or parcel of land
situate at tho Mouth Slope, of Punch
bowl Hill, Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
and described as follows: I-ot No. 502.
Beginning at a point on mauka sido
of Klnau Street and 200 IU Wcsterlv
from iron pin at West angle of Board
man s premises, thenco tne boundary
runs by truu bearings:
N. 21' 12' E. 286 ft. along lots 503
S. 81 34' W. 115 5-100 along Lunv
8. 21 12' W. 229 along Lot 501;
S. 68' 48' E. 100 along Klnau St. to
Area 25750 sq. ft.
3. Two lots No. 117 and No. 118 on
Berctanla Street, being lots or paro's
or land described in uoyai i-aicni rso.
284, and described as follows:
Commencing at tho iiinKal South
corner of I.ot No. 110 IT. Metcalfs)
South 78 15' East 200 ft. aloi.K
mauka street to West corner of I it,
No. 119 (R. II. Rowlln's), thonco
North 11 45' East 150 ft. along Lot
No. 119 to Its mauua North corner,
North 78" 15' West 200 tt. to mauka
E. corner of Lot No. 116, thenco
South 11 4b West 160 rt. along lot
No. 116 to placo of commencement.
containing 833 (athoms and 12 ft. moro
pr less. Less what has since been
deeded to the wife. (This lot Is on tit 3
Walklkl side or lot now occupied by
Mrs. A. L .King ) 1
4. That certain pleco or parcel o!
land situate at tho mauka corner or
Punchbowl and Palace Walk Streets,
In said Honolulu, described as fol
Apana 1. Commencing at a point on
Punchbowl Street; being North corner
of l'aiace Walk and Punchbowl Street
which is .je South West corner of
this lot, thence
North 43 East 96 chains along
Punchbowl street; thenco
North 14 West 3.17 chains along lot
of Keltlahonul; thence
South 37' West 1.09 chains talouz
government to Palace, Walk along lot
of French; thence1 along amo to placo
of commoncemnt. Area 1 rood 10
perches II. P. No. 4514 L. C. A. 278 to
5. That pleco or parcel of land at
the West corner of Maunakea and Pa
uahl Streots, IM "B" and Lot "C".
Beginning nt a point on tne fjorth
West side or Maunakea Street 35 0
feet makal of tho corner or Pauahl
Street and running
S.67' 10' W. True 61.5 It. along Ma
N. 32 50' W. Truo 42.0 ft. along Ma.
Ha Kahal lot.
N. 67 10' E. 'iruo 62.0 ft. aloig
S. 32' 22' B. True 42.0 ft. along Flro
Department lot to tho initial polnt'and
containing an area of 2590 square foot.
This lot Is leased to I.au Cnong at f.'b
per month, which lease will cxplro on
tho 1st day or May, 1908.
6. Also tho undivided Interest of tho
lato Joseph Lazarus in and to thojc,
certain pieces or parcels of land situ
ated in tho District of liana, island of
Maul, described as follows:
1. That certain pleco situate nt ICa-
pohuo and com o eel to G. Keakaulalvv 1,
mm j. jviiiuitu uy uet-u n-conii'ii in mo
Register of Deeds In Honolulu In
Book 78 m pagos 351 and 355 arei
acquired 7J acres.
2. That portion of tho Ahupuna of
Nuolea convejed to said G. Keakuu
lalvvl and J. Klliaka by deed recorded
In said Register Book 78 on pages 35)
and 354, area acquired 25 acres.
3. that portion of tho lllalim or Koh
II convoyed to said O. hoakaulalwt nud
J. Klliaka by deed recorded In said
Register In Book 78 on pages 352 and
353, area acquired 21 acres.
All or said pieces or land being ths
name that were conveyed to Josepa
Lazarus by D. Toomey by deed dated
April 6, 18W, and recorded In Bo.x
158 on pare 298, and now under Ica.ia
to the nsmoa Plantation, said loaso la
cxplro on March 19, 1904.
Terms or sale are cash In U. S-Qoli
coin, that ten (10) per cent or th
amount bo paid on the day of sale, and
deeds at cxpo)isa oi purchasers. For
further particulars, enquire or the .un
dersigned nt his office In said Judici
Dated Honolulu, Oahu, August IS,
1901. J. A. THOMPSON,
IN THE ein-rurr rmiDT nr tup eidct
Clrtult. Territory 0f Hawaii At Oiitnlwri In Pro
btt In th matter of lb '( of Henry Conrdon,
lata tt Honolulu Oahu drccasH. Petition having t
nlod bv S. M Dimr a tanner IB lha f rofol til tboa
and Company a creditor of a!4 Inteita-a Braying
tnal letters of administration upon Mid estate N
lofti. attc o clock a.m. be and hereby Is arpnlnt-
flsuejlto (.harw Phllt a, not - l hafev
that MONDAY, the yxh day ol SbPTEMBER. A.D-
ed lot hearing tatd petition In tn Court Room of
at which tint and place att
this Court at Honolulu. I
persons concerned may appear and show cause, if
nr mj nave, wny sau pennon snouu not bt
Honolulu, August t?t 1901.
by the Court t
to sl-t-August i Sept. 4, 11 , il CttiV.
IN THE CIRrilT COURT OF THE HRST
Circuit lerrltiry ot Hawaii. Minnie Merrill vs.
Loten W Merrill, summons '$. b tamps ) Tin
Territory if Hawaii To the High Sheriff of the
Territory of Hawaii, or his Deputy, the Sheriff of the
Islani of Oahu, or his Depulr, In tte Territory 4
Hawaii You are rommanJei to summon toren VY.
Merrill, DtfcrtJrnt In tatt he shall file writ en answer
within twenty javt after service hereof fo be ani ap
pear before the said Circuit Court at the August Tern
thereof, to be holien at Honolulu, Island ofoahu. te
Monday, the tth Jay of Aurutt neit, at ten o clock a
mo show cause why the claim of Mlnmle Merrill.
plaintiff, should no be awarded to her pursuant la
the fenr of her annexed libel f r Divorce
And you are further commanded to and have yoi
then there ihls Writ wlih full return of your pro
ceedlngs the eon
Uiiness. Hon A S, Humbhoeys, lire
(triii JuJKf of the Circuit Court of the flrtt
olali r.'aut, t Honolulu, Oahu, this rd Jay of
(siilNtn) J. A THOMPSON. Cterk
I certify te fnreeointr to be a true copvot the !-
inal summons In alj cause, and that said Court
ordereJ publka'lon of the same, and a continuance
of said cause until No. ember Term, tool, of this
(rORGE LUCAS. Clerk.
Dated Honolulu, Oahu, Arfut&. 1910,
10 io Aug t t 11 l s t II
Cleai aid Usefil.
A No. 2 Eddy Refrigerator Is far
sale, CHEAP. Apply I,. A.. Hoffman
All Natho Sons of California who
wIbIi to participate in the celebration
on Scptcmher 9, 1901, are request il to
call at the ofllco of I C. Abies, on
Port street, and register, 1929 91
NOTICE TO NATIVE DAUGHTERS
Tho native born Sons or California
respectfully request the Natlvrt
Daughters to furnish tho namo of their
town and county and their present
aciircsRPS nt thu earliest convenience
In order that Invitations may be ex
tended to them and melr escorts Ij
attend tho entertainment and ball U
bo given In celebration of the Slst an
niversary of Admission Day, Sept. Utli,
11IU1. wal. i an .. WAI.I,.
Chairman of Committee.
W. P. BAHUV. Secretary. i
P. O. Box 272. ' ' 1929 9t
THE HAWAIIAN LABOR BUREAU
Will engago laborers in tho Haallaa
Islands and furnish them to planta
tions, Individuals, arms or corpora
tions. Will undertake contract vorlc
and furnish experienced and rvllabla
contractors. Orders promptly attended.
Tclcphono 230 Main. P. O. box 877.
Temporary office. Sprockets Bulll-
ing. Boom 11, Kort street, Honolulu.
ROOMS AT 542 BERETANIA 8T-
Tho former residence or II. Lose.
Electric lights, hot and cold water,
rooms largo and airy ana very taste
fully furnished. Excellent tablo board.
II .. n .
Hawaiian Bricks :
.. .,, . L. L . . .
nu aiucie wnicn nis stooa severe
tests, and which can be furnished
as wanted, In good condition.
Sample can be seen
at the store of
Lewers & Cooke, j
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