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Islands of the group except Kauai,
MINIMUM RATE IS $3.
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Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KING STRbCT LINE.
Cut leave Walkikl lor town at . it. 6 ."it. i.t a.m.
an-J evrry is minute thfitafur tl I iojj. ia:if and
HV4I P m. rrom wa kiki po 10 tn runanmi at trie.
Cart trvR Rangt or t'awaa Itch lor tou at
5'S1A.M. anJery h mlnutrtthtreaftcHUI n otf.M.
Cars Irave Fort ani King trtet corner for Palama
at io A.M. ani cvtr i mlnutts after till n
Cars leave tor Palama only at j and i to a.m.
Carsleaw Patama for Wathiki j i A M, and every
15 minims till 9 as H M then at to.u ani 10 45 P.m.
Tho ii:it Ir.H from Palimi tor Ihinahou onlv eoci
to Walkikl on Saturiayi
CarIate rortaiu Kinc ttrects corner toi Kltle
Ranee at 50 ani cvaA,,
Car leave I ort ani k'lnir ttreett rr rner for Walkikl
at 6 03A.M. and r very n ninuiei tlliiootp.M then ai
10: m and ir.oj km. The ii:ij CM gw U Walkikl
UERETANIA STREET AND I'JUAM' VALLEY.
Cars la Pumhuu StiMe t Town at j o and
for Town ani Valley at ) 40 5 jo j 0 10 r ani
Cars leave Oah 1 College fort'ii ni Valley at
6:1 0.5a ani 7,io A.M and ever) iumu, 'estlil ia.ii
p.m. except (no even nour ani nair, nour car wnun
run from the Stablo.
Carkav NuuanuVallevatio l:e t,yA,S and
tvery 10 minutes thereafter till iojj p.M
t'uxt leav hort and Uucen ktretu for Punahu
Colleg at 6 oj 6 j 6 4 j a M ani eveiy t minutes
after till q 45 P.M. After that the cars run to the
Stable up to 11: joP.M.uhlcli Is the lat car from I own,
reaching the Sutl at n.jop .
O R. fy L". Co.
From nnd after January 1, IW..
STATIONS IHIIV HIIV
(Out.arJ) f.on mat vm oiiiv iimly
a..m a.m. a n r..M r i
IV. tl Cliy..
t i Mill .
W lain. .
T 10 oil II o i it s 10
St VII Ml1 '
S li lo. S i.O'i
K.huku ... ,
I wa .Mill .
Pearl City .
Sun. IIAILV U IHILN
AM AM I'.M P.M.
K C. SMITH, (Jen'l Pabh. A. Tlcki t Aa
U. I'. UKNISON, Huperlntendent
The Hawaiian Realty and
Maturity Co., Ltd.
(Scncrnt Agents for
The New Hampshire Fire Insurance
f!. of Manchester, N. H.
ASSETS $3,367,026 27
Dealers In Real Estate, Loatir, Mort
gages and Ktc.
Office, 32 King St.,
Over Catlo k. Cooke'a.
Phone, Main 141. P. O. llox. 262.
SECOND TRAIL RACE
Newport, R. I., Sept. 2. The second
onii-lul trial race of the Columbia ami
the Constitution today practical'; hml
no result. Tho yachts, for lack of
ulnd, were unable to finish with the
time limit of five anl one-half horns.
At iv.'iti p. m. tho contest came to at
Inglorious conclusion, two miles to the
eastward of Ilrenton's Reef lightship.
At that time the Columbia led by a
good quarter of n mile. Tho coursu
was triangular, ten nautical miles to a
leg, the first being a heat to windward,
east by south, tho scond a reach with
the wind about abeam nnd theft Mid
before the wind, wl-.lih hauled to mako
It nnother stretch, with the wind
abeam until the race was declared olf.
After crossing the line at exactly tiic
same moment six seconds after gun
fire with the Constitution In tha
windward berth, the Columbia workeJ
nut and, getting her wind free, forced
ahead. Tho Constitution tacked off
shore and shortly after the Columbia
followed, going up to windward and
passing her. From then on to the
windward mark It was nothing hut a
bteady gain for the old boat, and when
both had rounded It was found that
the Columbia had gained Jour minutes
nnd fifty-flvn seconds, the worst beat
ing the Constitution hat jet received.
On the M-rop. leg tho wind fell verv
After rounding the second mark
font mlnutci nnd thirty M-uinds hWiluJ
tniil rt.irtinc, for home, fhe Constitu
tion carried ui) about all the wind thcte
was and p.H.Hl her rival.
Thfn tho breeze came up again ami
the Columbia once more shot ahead"
Shortly after the race was called off,
with the Columbia well In thy lead.
It will be resumed tomorrow afternoon,
the start being at 12 o'clock.
The ruc, which was not finished to
day, will be resalle,! tomorrow, the
start being made in the early after
noon. The present scries will enil on
Wednesday. Whether or not there, will
be other rares tho yacht committee Is
notftbItoanswS6-sMliiaiUin.ft(,sT. Anihola. Koolan. Kauai:
entire new suit of sails has bren mado
for the Contltutlon at the Herresholf
works at Ilrlstol. They are nearly
finished and some of them may be
U-t tin admit it fairly, as a business peo
We have l.nd no end ot a Isson. It will
1 j lid 1 c end or good.
Not. a islu.'i Issue, or lu 0114 dlrcciltu
Uut coiulijolvely, cimuhenslvcly anj
seveiKl'tlme and ngclu.
Were .ill our most he!) .ll'i?ions knuiK-
ifi li her tlu.i Gibluroy's kite.
We hau had a Jolly lesson and It
erven us Jolly well right!
Tills i.as not bvatowed u1- iiinkf tlu
troer nor jtt In the shade of a
Uut KWinKiuely, ovor e.jv:n ilctrrcfir of
1 V-i5 brown (iiatisent.
From I-amhert'b to U'.'uuo.t Hay, aisd
from IMetcnlmrff 13 "'.it.'iLiland,
I'iII the phenomenal ietsoa wa learned
with a f utmost ancordcd uo
It wn our fault, ana our lery great
f.uilt, nnd not tho Judgment of
We made an Army In our own linage,
on an Island nine by Miven,
Wlik h falthfuli) mirrored its matter's
ideale, equipment and mental at
titude ,ud io we got our lesson: ard we
uiit'ht to accept It with gratitude!
We Irive tpent home hundred million
founds to prove the fact once
That hurts! are (julcker than men
afoot, Mni'i; tno and two make
And linrtets have four legs and men
have two lens, .unl two Into luut
And niitlilng; over except our leisoa
nnd very elieap at the price.
iein"tiiber (this our children sha!l
' know: we are too ner for that
our mere utonlei camps but
('mini II and Cred and College-
All the iinene, unchallenged old thing
that t-tlflii and overlie uu
Ilau felt tin effects of the lesson wu
got nnd ndiantage no money
.timid buy us'.
Then ht 11 h iluielop tblt marvellous
rn-M't which we alone command,
And which, it may subsi iiuently trans
pire, will be worth .MB much its
I-t us .ipprom h this pliotnl fact In a
hnniblu yet hopeful mood
We have had 110 end of a lemfoii It will
do UK no end of good'
It was our fault, and our cry great
fault anil now no muni turn it
We have forty million r'asom, for fail
ure but not 11 flnglr Ou.iiko!
So thu mure we work mid the less w
t.ilk the better rcMiliH wo shall
W11 huiii had an Imperial levson; It
will make ux (in -mptre )ft!
Recorded September 3, 1901.
II. Hadifcld & Co. to C. R. Hot
Kaard; release; property of Walmea
water works, leasehold, etc., Walmeii,
Kauai; $5.ono and Interest. Oook IS.,
pago 32i; Dated August 20, 1901.
I). Kancalll to K. K. Kanealll;
deed; two pieces land In Kahukuloa,
Maul; $10, Dook Tii, page 260. Dat
ed prll 26. 1901.
Fred. Waldvosel to Deborah Kj
halcwal; release; one-halt Inteiest Hi
It. 1. 3821. Kul. 1374. Pawaa, Hono
lulu, Oahu; $700, Hook 180, pago 431.
Dated August 31, 1901.
V. C. Achl and wife to C. V. Ben
ton et al.; deed; lots 3, 4, 27 nnd 28,
block R, Kaplolanl tract, Honolulu,
Oahu; $1800. nook 223, page 2C2.
,atcd August 20, 1991.
Hanatnoku and wife to Kalianahoo-'
kahl (w); deed; Interest In R. P.
766, Kul. 2156, Halana, Ena. Oahu;
$1. Rook 225, page 263, Dated Sep
tember 3, 1001.
.Moohlhlo and husband (I.cpeka) to
Mrs. Kaholo Kaaua: deed: interest in
Grant 2984, Pahala. Kait, Haw-all; $50.
Hook 22j, pago 261. Dated July 31.
Andrew Dempster to ; release;
piece land. Kalawahlne, Honolulu,
Oahu: ?15U0. Rook 213, page -I r: .
-nteil August 27, 1901-
Mary II. Atcherly and husband to
Harry A. Juen; deed: R. P. 4357, Kul.
"(i", Kallun North Kona, Hawaii;
$30ii. Hook 223, page 265. Dated Au
gust 31. 1901.
11. A. Hall, by Probnto Judge, to
Ocorgo R, Carter: annolntmcnt of
guardian; spendthrift guardianship.
Hook 221, page 318. Dated August
A. J. Derby and wife to Mrs. n. II.
Derby; mortgage; portion R. P. 194.
Pnnahnu, Honolulu, Oahu; $2400, 2
cars at 7 per cent. Hook 227, pago
53. Dated September 3. 1901.
W. R. Castle, tr., to Henry Taylor,
tr.; deed; lot 11. "Ktiktiau 2d lots."
Hilo, Hawaii; $600. Dook 225, pago
266. Dated August 13. 1901.
Recorded September 4, 1901.
Wm. Maloho to Mra. I.llla Maloho
Rice; deed; interest In ono acre of
lnnd, I.aauluhnn. Koloa, Kauai, $1,000
Interest In trust property held by V.
O. Smith, tr.: $1. Hook 225. pago
2l,j. Dated August 17. 1901.
F. W. Macrarlano to IJ. C. Mac
farlanc. tr.: release: leasehold, live
stock, etc., Ahulmnnit. Koolnupoko,
Oahu; $3600. Rook 153, pago 421
Dated September 4, 1901.
Y. Hln Chook ct al. to taw era A
CooUe, Ltd.; chattel mortage: lease
hold, N'tiuanu street, Honolulu. Oahu:,
$900. Hook 220. pace 345. Dated
August 1. 1901.
Harriet F. Coan to R. T. Forrest;
piece land, Church street, llllo, Ha.
wall; 10 ears at $50. Hook 228, page
50. Dated September 1. 1896.
R. T. Foriest to H. Hackfeld A:
Co., Ltd.; chattel mortgage: lease
hold. Church street, Hllo. Hawaii;
$117.1.40. at 8 per cent. Hook 220,
page 344. Dated August 13. 1901.
Peleaiimoku to Robert Andrew,):
lease; piece land. Watakea. Hilo, Ha
waii; 15 years at $100. Hook 22X,
page 31. Dated October 1, 1900.
Recorded September 5, 1901,
J. Kalaloa and wlfo to W. R. Cai
tic. tr.; Ail. Ch.; Kul. 8931. Walkikl.
Honolulu, oahu: Interest In It. P.
Hook 227. pago 61. Dated August 10.
W. II. Castle, tr., by attorney, to
Chun Yun ct al.; assignment of
mortgage; mortgage Loke and hus
band on portion R. P. 2227, Kill. 2240,
Kahaluu. Koolnupoko,' Oahu; $.'25.
Hook 129, page 28. Dated April .,
Kalani (It), by guardian ct al.. to Kl
kllalau; consent; to lease of loi and
building. Honoullull. Kwa, Oahu. Rook
228, pago 53. Dated September 2.
Honolulu Iron Works Co. to Lee
Tomo ct a!.; lease; one-half of two
story brick building. King street, Ho
nolulu, Oahu; 16 years 7 months Jt
$1500 per annum. Dook 228, page 54.
Dated Juno 7, 1901.
D. Kallll to. Ah Wn; lease: R. P.
3380. Kul. 2143 and building. Keanne.
Koolau, Maul; 5 tears at $25, Hook
228. pago 57. Dated September 3,
Lizzie K. Kcola and husband to J.
Alfred Magoon; mortgage: all Interest
estate of Khu, deceased. Territory of
Hawaii, plcco land, Kauliiwela. Hono
lulu. Oahu. plcco land, Walkikl, Ho
nolulu, Oahu; $4500, 3 years at 8 per
reilt. Hook 227, page 62. Dated Au
gust C, 1901.
J. A. Magoon to Lizzie K. KeoU
and husband; release; R, P. 6915,
Kul. 2131 and piece land. Kauliiwela.
Honolulu, uanu, 11. p. 71'.'. Kill. 1513,
Ap. 1, Walkikl, Honolulu. Oahu. In
erent In estate of D. Ehu. deceased:
$2300. Hook 174. page 332. Dated
September 5, 1901.
Hank of Haw-all. Ltd.. to E za Dun
bar and husband; relcaso; portion Kul,
10806, Peleula, Honolulu. Oahu; $500.
Hook 207, pago 333. Dated September
Dank of Hawaii. Ltd.. to Eliza Dun
bar and husband: relcaso; portion Kul.
10806, Peleula, Honolulu, Oahu; $1500.
Dook 201, pago 201. Dated September
5, 901. "
Recorded September 6, 1901.
C. W. Booth and wRo to W. H.
Wilcox: mortgngo; Ap. 4, L. C.
6616, Walkikl, Honolulu. Oahu, por
tion L. C. A. 1717, Pauoa, Honolulu,
Oahu; $o00p, 2 years at 8 per cent.
Honk 26, pago 349. Dated September
JAPANEHE BAILORS SAVED.
Tuconia, Sept. 2. Tho steamer San
tu Ana brought down three Japanese
fishermen who camo very near losing
their Hies In nn open boat inIlehrlng
sen. nicy were me.nuers or tne crew
of u Japanese scaling schooner which
reached Retiring sea In June and wa-i
making a good catch of neuls there,
Theso three men were out looking1 for
seals In an open boat when a heavy foi;
settled down nnd they became lost
When tho fog lifted their schooner
was uowhere to bo seen. They drifted
about for several days, when the
steamship Del Monte of San Francisco
picked them up and brought them to
Dutch Harbor. From that point south
they were given passage on tho steamer
Santa Ann. The Japanese Cousul I;
arranging to ship them home.
Nicely furnlUicrt rooms, Popular
House, 12(9 Fort St., $1.S0 per week up.
nit? Ct In it. nnn.nj-ilBU-inAna
I remedy fir (lfinnrrrm.
IV.!?1' Bpfirmttiorr llau,
Whl to j, uiinattiraMlt'
chame. or inr lutlammai
aiirMut4 m "lion. JrrlUtlou r ulctriv
rank uuuiud lion (if III II C 1 1 II i rnttfria
-W.us CKt-KjtCo, -,l'!-
or lent Id plain wrappar,
o.piw., vrrpaiu, lur
'irc-altr toul ua miuwl.
O UOlll.., B2.73.
ANOTHER PARTY TO
BE SENT HERE
Report of Recent Commission Will
Result in Acceptable Law for
Protection-Others to Get
Washington, Aug. 30. (Special). A
party of scientists sent out by the V. S.
Fish Commission has Just returned
(torn the Hawaiian Islands, where, for
the past few months, it has been ex
amining Into the fls..ing Industry ol
that locality. Congress ordered surb
a party sent to the Islands, with a
1 lew to securing certain reliable Infor
mation upon which to Imse legislation
for tho protection of Hawaiian llsh and
fisheries. As a result of this trip. It
l believed a law can be framed which
will afford ample protection to the fish
ing Industry which Is reported t"
lapldly falling olf. The reient expedi
tion was under the supervision of Dr.
II. W. Everman of the Fish Commit
According to members of ti.o party, '
tome 300 different nrlctlcs of nntlinl
Hawaiian fishes were examined, fully
in of which were unknown to the
(dentists, and nit of wlflcu were In
digenous to that section of the Paclllc
ocean. In fact that section of tb
oiean seems to be exceptionally pro
tide of fish.
One fenture to be embraced In 1
taw recommended by this government
party will call for larger mesiics In
fishing nets. In order that many of -0
Bmaller fishes may not be cauglit. In
almost every Instance now the nets
nre woven too finely. Allowing the
smaller fish to escape will give them
an opportunity to reach maturity, and
In this way protect the Industry of tho
The mullet seems to be tho principal
food fish of the Island watcts. In time!
gone by, this species was reserved en
tirely for the royal tnble, but this re
striction hsi been raised, nnd now mul
lets nre being propagated artlfirally
In order (o maintain the supply called
for by the local market.
Another party Is sqon to be sent to
Hawaii by the Fish Commission, which
will be Instructed to bring back to tho
United States specimens of the differ
ent varieties of native Hawaiian fish.
The recent expedition brought back" no
There Is a strong probability that
tho results of the recent expedition will
be complied In book form, and wilt bn
Issued by the Government, In similar
manner to the report on the fishes of
I'orto Rico, with elaborate Illustra
tions. J. A. DRECKOXS.
Mineral concoctions ara dangerous.
Naturo never designed thorn for heal
ing man. From time Immemorial,
man's healer was purely vegetable;
and from that time to this, nature's
unfailing remedy for rheumatism, and
kindred diseases, was the same as
that found In Klcapoo Indian Oil. It
la nature's remedy, and acts as kind
ly as nature. It drives away pain,
kills tho dread rheumatism and re
stores tho weakned tissue. It Is mado
tho same as tho Indians made It cen
turies ago, out ot roots, barks, herbs,
gums, leaves, gathered from nature's
unerring laboratory. Its record for
cures Is unparalleled. Deforo civil
ized man hail heard of it. It kept the
natives In perfect health. And since
civilized man has known It, tho cate
gory of cures has become voluminous.
No other mcdlclno has mado such
cures, becauso Klckapoo Indian Oil
Is nature's remedy, amlna turo stands
back ot it. Your druggist has It, or
can get It, Insist on getting tho gen
ulne Klckapoo Indian Oil. Ilobron
Drug Co., Agents for the Klckapoo
MAY BE ANDREti'8 BODY.
Chicago. Sept. 1. A dispatch to tho
Tribune from Kankakee. III., says that
Walter W. Cobb and G. W. Shields,
well known joimg men of Kankakee,
who hao Just returned from a forty
five days' trip througu tho Hudson bay
region, bring back a story told by In
dians of the far north that may relate
to the missing explorer, Andrce. and
one of his two companions. At Moose
Factory, a Hudson bay trading post
at the mouth of Moose river, the seven
men stationed there reported that a
part of Indians who tamo down from
tho far north last spring told of the
finding of the two bodies of two white
men at a point about 900 miles north of
Moose Factory, the story of tha In
dians was that the bodies were found
In a broken basket, their description of
which seemed to indicate the basket of
a balloon, and that tho bodies had
been burled by the Indians. The In
dians broughr nothing la support ot
their atorj. but the men at Moosi Fac
tory, Cobb and Shields say, were In
clined to believe them.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tnko Laxative llromn Qulnlno Tablets.
All druggists refund tho money If It
falls to euro. li. W, Orovo's signature
Is on each box. 2S cents.
PKARSON-In this city, Sept, 13, 1901,
to tho wlfo of O, Pearson, n daughter
ARE YOU DEAF??
Kterr kind nf dernri nt ilinirull hear
In ran he urrU by our nrw In-rentloni nnlr
loose tut Ting bern tirn 1eI aro Ineurabl ftolnr
In tlinearreafeatuiier, Hend particulars tbouv
your caie. ConiulUtlon and advlcti fr?e, Ktery
one, can cure btnuelf at bit own buuitj at Tcry
I It II a VAlf-eilarot
DIR. DALTON'S AURAL CLINIC.
He laualla Arenuo. CIUCAOO. 1I.I.., U.8. A,
and tvtry other kind from any cause
and Including neuralgia, In 20 min
utes. Don't fool w'th a headache
II wist e j time and nerve strength.
Buy a box and be prepared.
Contain no harmful substances of
any kind. They are positively help
ful to nerves and system. Sold
by all druggists at 10c. and 25:. a box
(lour times as many In the 25c. box.)
nc genuine puc up ,c
in laoiei lorm only.
Avoid powders put up In
cachets (mads of paste)
because such covers
warp open, spoiling the
powder and when damn
are wormy. Cessler's
are guaranteed to cure
absolutely In 20 minutes.
or return partly used
dox 10 druggist
and he will re
A. T. HAGBNKAMP.
Notice to Creditors.
Tin: UNDKitsinsnu. v. k. az-
hilt, hereby gives notice that ho ha
been appointed administrator of the
estate of Charles Roesch. late of Ho
nolulu, deceased. All creditors of said
deceased aro notified to present their
claims (liny authenticated and with
proper vouchers If any exist, whether
secured by mortgage or otherwise, at
tho (jucen Hotel, in Honolulu, within
six months from this date, or they will
be forever barred, and all persons In
debted to said cstato of Charles
Roesch are requested to make Imme
diate payment to tho undersigned.
W. K. AZIIII.l,.
Administrator of Charles Roesch, de
ceased, Honolulu, Sept. 10, 1901. 193S;t
IN Till: CIRCUIT COUR,
Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii. '
at Chambers. I
Order for Special Term.
Deeming it essential to tho promo-
tlon of justice, I do order that a spe-i
clal term of the Circuit Court of the
SZ,?!rt ,,ui'i,i,,,..,i:: "fiSI?
.MONDAY, tho lth day of SEPTKM
llBlt. A. I). 1901, at TEN of tho click
In the forenoon of said day iml con
tinuing for the penoj provided by
Done nt Cbamb.-rs tills Ith lay of
September, A. D. l'01.
OEO, )). OEAR.
Second Judiri Presiding.
Tho foregoing ord.r is hereby un
proved. A. I'ERItY.
Assoclato Justice of tho Supremo
Court of tho Territory of Hawaii.
Dated Sept. I, 1901.
1933 Sept. fi, 7, I) 12. II.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
The undersigned. M. A. Oonsalves.
as administrator of tho estato of A.
C. Pestana, deceased, by virtue of tin
order made and Issued by tho Hon-
orame ucorgo i). near, Second judgo
of tho Circuit Court of the FlrBt Cir
cuit. Territory of Hawaii, in Probate,
at Chambers, authorizing and licens
ing thu said ndmlnlstratnr to soil ull
tho real estato belonging to the said
estate, hereby gives notlco that no
will sell at public auction, to tho high
em. bidder, at tho salesroom of Jameri
F, Morgan. No. C5 Queen street, in Ho
nolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory of
Hawaii, on Saturday, the 28th day cf
September, A. D. 1901, at 12 o'clock
noon, all of that parcel of land with
Improvements thereon situate In Ho
nolulu aforesaid, and popularly de
That certain lot or parcel of land
hounded matika by homo of John On-
derklrk, Walkikl. by property of W.
II. Hoogs makai, by Knos lane, and
Kwa by Maklkl street, lying opposlto
to property of W. I.lshman and U.
I.lshman, and particularly described
as follows, to wit:
All of that certain parcel of land sit
uate 011 the east shin of Maklkl struct
In Honolulu, Island of Oahu, fronting
141 feet on said Maklkl Btrect, with .1
depth of 170 feet, being a portion of
Royal Patent No. 6035, and containing
an area of nhnut 22,890 squaro feet,
and being tho camo premises cnnvuyj'l
'o A. (' Pcstnuu by the following
deeds, to wit.
Deed of Manuel Knos, dated Septem
ber 10th, 1SSS, and recorded In liber
112, pngu 2U.
Deed ol J. 8. Mnttos, dated Septem
ber loth, 1888, nnd recorded In llb;r
112. pago 215.
A portion of tho land described in
tho deod of J, H. Mnttos. dated July
18th, ISM, and recorded in liber 15;,
At the er. trance
to the Famous
lao Vatlev, and
easy access to
volcano In the
for Tourists and
ISLAND OF .MAUI.
Alt rcorded In the office of tho
Registrar of Conveyances In Honolulu
said sale belnc aitbeet to confirma
tion of the said Court.
Terms ash In U. S. Oold Coin.
Deed nt tho cxnense of the mir-
lor further Information apply to the
undersigned administrator, or at the
nffit i of said James F. Morgan.
Dnted at Honolulu. Sept. 11th. 1901.
M. A. OON8AI.VES.
Administrator of the Estato or A. C.
I. M. I.ONO.
Attorney for Administrator.
THE HAWAIIAN LABOR BUREAU
Will engago laborers in tho Hawaiian
IslamlH and furnish them to planta
tions, Iniliilduals. firms or corpora-
Itlons. Will undertake contract work
nnd furnish experienced and reliable
contractors. Orders promptly nt
Telephone 230 Main. P. O. box 877.
Temporary office, Spreckcls Uulll-
Ing, Room 11, Fort street, Honolulu.
THE HAWAIIAN LABOR BUREAU
Will engago laborers In thu Hawaiian
Islands and furnish them to planta
tions. Individuals, firms or corpora
tions. Will undertake contract work
nnd furnish experienced and reliable
(ontrnetois. Orders promptly at
tended. Telephone 230 Mnln. P. O. box S77.
Ofllco room 307, Judd building. Fort
street, Honolulu. 1924-lm
At the annual meetlne nf the KVt
On Fill Kon Association held on ths
7th dny of September, A, D, 1901, tha
following persons were elected to
serve for the ensuing year:
o-nong .viee lllng. President
D. I, Akwal, Vice President
Wm. II. Crawford. Secretary.
Kl Cluing. Treasurer.
Dated. Honolulu. Sept. 10. 1901.
WM. li. CRAWFORD.
California! Stocks !
JUDD & CO., Ltd
307 Stanaenwald Building.
Are the agents for tho following Oil
ROCKEFKI.I.ER Oil. CO..
50 rents per share.
OCCIDENTAL OIL CO. (combine
plan), selling at 20 cents per
SULPHUR CREEK. I.URRICATIM1
OIL CO., selling at 10 cents per
Kl. ..BY oil. CO.. at 15 cents
till Stocks pay on an average as good
ns sugar plantations; smiiu of them iri
known to pay 60 per cent a year. NoiV.,
is the tltno to buy. bcfoid the price
nro raised, Tho above compinles aru
bona fide ones, nnd not "wildcats."
Cliculars mailed on application
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