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EVEN1NO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T.. MONDAY, NOV. 18, 1901.
Llnea of Travel.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrlvo and leave this port an hereunder:
MOM SAN FRANcism
'YFa'T.H! NOV. 20
ALAMEDA NOV. 23
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
i Varicose Veins i;
In connection with the galling of the nboe steamers, the agents are pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road rrom San Francisco to nil points Id the United States, and from New
,Tork by any steamship line to all European ports.
i ron rum her particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamert 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.
il,.a.K0N0 ilAttV NOV- -'3 D0'C NOV. 19
E'"" NOV. JO NIPPON MARU NOV. 2H
NIPPON MARU DEC. IS COPTIC DEC. 10
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FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. S. 8. CO.
H. HACKFIBLO & CO. LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of the aboe line, running In connection wlt.i the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Nnncouvcr, D C., and S)dney, N S.vV.,
and calling at Victoria. I). C Honolulu and Brisbane, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
From Vancouver anj Victoria, B. C.
(For Urlsbanc and Sdney.)
Mclaughlin offers a permanent cure or no pay. o
Sapping tho igor of jouth from tho '
body of tho unfortunnto sufferer: eat. '
lng away Ills courage, ambition nn 1
happiness day by day; causing him
pitn and languor; making him tired at
night, worse In tho morning, nnd rev
tiering his llfo mlstrnlilo In general.
this terrible malady goes on, nnd thcro , ,
to v v-iiiu nil IV v' Vik lliU DUlHVUIlii
knlfo or LLECTRICITY. Which will
DR. MCLAUGHLIN'S ELCCTRIC
BELT CURES OR NO PAY.
I guarantee, nn absolute euro by my a
uuw iiiuiiiuu. luu ru oniy 10 wcarA
.11 y licit wlillo J nil sleep, with spccl.il I
ntinchment carrying tho glowing cur-7
rent direct to tho parts, wnshlng out T
tho stagnant blood, restoring vigorous V
circulation nnd new strength. It la o
positive, cure. 4
"Dr. iMcLaughlln's Electric Rclt cur-
ed mo of Varlcorolo and weakness of i
ten )cars' stnndlng. I shall always bo I
grateful for It." LOUIS FOSCAL1NA, I
Hk Twff fliKKP
Mol.ciumno Hill, California.
Don't nccoot Imitations of my licit. All Imlta-
test my Holt rreo or send for freo book with full Information. It will
tell j on If ott hnvo varicocele, lucloeo this ad.
o Dr. n. H. McLaughlin, III K&i.
GAME RESULTS 9 TO 0
ilaile-llima Teams Noticeable
Neighborhood of 1500
from Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vnnrouver. Ii. C)
MIOWEItA NOV. 2(1
AOuANOI DEC. 1?
MOANA , JAN. 15
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
Europe. For Freight and Passage r.nd all general Information, apply to
Theo. H.Davtc8&'Co.,Ltd.. Gcn'1 Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
- DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
, S. HAWAIIAN, 8,000 tons, to sail about Oct. 20.
9. OREGONIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about Dec. 10.
. S. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, to sail about Jan. 10.
, 8. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail
Freight received at Company's wliurf, 42ud Street, South Brooklyn at
all times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSE,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
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ICROF3 THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DULY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago '
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pnnnan Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-cartc).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
i J H. LOTH IIOP, General Agent.
I 136 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK. General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St, San Francisco.
B. L. LOMAX, O. P. & T. A
1472 Omaha. Nebraska. t'0nV.'n.Vkr,n siu,ujl
YOU CAN DO IT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
'Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 83.
Honolulu Office, 315 Fort St.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for our message
Hawaiian Tramway's .Time
KING STREET UNE.
Cut leave Walklki lot toll II s j. H I). 6.45 A M
ani every if mlnutea thereafter tl I tc as. n!n end
iijsPM trom We klkl j-o to the Puneliou Stable
Cart leave R Range or I'awaa twitch lor town at
s sja m anJ every is n Inutca ih.reaftcr till it cpm
Cart leave Fort ani Klnf ttreeti corner lor Palama
at 6 to am. ani every is mlnutea alter till lies
Carl leave for Palama only at j and 5 )oA M
Lara leave Palama lor Walkikle itAM and every
1 1 mlnutet till 9 as V t . then at o t) ani 10 ) P.M.
Then up vi (torn Palama lor Punahou only fioet
position at quarter nnd put In Crook's
place and John Wise, who had not been
In the first half of the game, took quar
ter. On the Mnlle's side. Prince Cupid
una retired nnd A. Lawrence took his
With the retirement of theso good
plajcrs It wns thought by many that
tho plajlng would not be ns good as In
the first half but In this agnln, there
wns a mistake for the second hnlf wns
Weaknesses in Both Honolulu and ZX Z'JZ
of tlmo nindc necessary b) the lack
f of wind of plaers on both sides. Al
though the i!a was cool nnd the sun
did not sliow itself for ecn n mo
ment, the bo)8 showed more signs of
fatigue than on similar occasions last
enr when the thermometer registered
T1A Mallc-Illma and Honolulu Ath- seicral degrees hotter weather.
Iti Club football teams had a fight In John Wise, captaining tho Honolulu
tt finish on the campus at Oahu Col- team and plajlng quarter, kept warn-
lM. Saturdaj afternoon and tho result '"R the' men to get down lower. They
-a 1 tlo gnmo of 0 to 0. This scoro did not seem to want to do this but It
tbiMill tound to nnonc like tho re- finally dawned nn tho plajers to take
iil of a good game. In many respects, tho advice of the oldest placr among
tii panic was 11 good one, but to tho them and after that they did some ex-
pra tired ec, theic wcro many flaws ccllent work. It did seem at ono time
h'ipbrint that must be corrected before " If they would get tho ball oer the
lie plp lng of the teams concerned can Mallc's line but they were to be dl-
t railed an) thing like the aerage. appointed for. when the chance was
It I" true, every Inch of the way was there for the taking, there was a film-
Ktiiblmrnly fought by tho two teams hlo and the ball went to tho Ma lies,
and thrre were a number of good plajs Indeed, the game was full of fumbles,
hut there were nU n largo number of Henry Cockctt, who showed great
fumbles nnd nff-sfdc plays that spoiled strength In getting through the line
t!i inine for tho spectators who knew of the Mnllcs, fumbled two or three
'Ii most about football times.
M a-SO o'clock there wcro In the The ball was kept going back nnd
r.oirhliorhoocl of 1300 pioplo on the forth but thcro was no chance for a
R-imnds around the ropes nnd on tho touchdown. Once when ono of the
-.rvd seats placed Just Inside tlm hnlfbacks of tho Malles took the hall
sutsldo line. A large number of enr- far Into tho territory of the Hono-
rlatp were also in the gathering. Tho lulus, Ulalsdcll, a light weight but a
land stationed under a big monke- pla)cr who knows liLs business, made
pod tree at the tnauka side of th a good tackle and stopped the program
i-ruiindn, pla)ed BCcral pieces before off short. It must bo said of Ulalsdcll
tli- game began and then ngnln be- that he plajed tho best game for the
twtvji the hnhes and at the end. The Honolulus and, besides preventing
presence of the band greatly enhanced touchdowns two or three times, mnde
'L nlo)iiicnt of the afternoon. several good kicks and pla)ed an nil
Tbu headquarters of the Honolulu "round good game. John Ijine. Henry
athletic Club team was in a tent nt Cockctt, Joy nnd Wlso also did some
t Walklki side of the grounds Just excellent work for tho Honolulus.
lr.vi(! the extension of the line. Tho The Malic players were not partlcu-Mr.llc-Illnias
had no partlculai rail)- lnrly notlrenbln for Individual plajs.
Ini placo but they rallied whenever However, tho Wright Ilrothcrs must be
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I iut iiiuucu uiiuruvu, uruiuui u iui&u .ic,tiuiivii u. uviiii, iiuriicuiuny uau
I Muuer mnde of tho club colors. pliycrs Dusenberg, who did not seem
The game stnrtcd soon after 3:30 lo "" "omgvery mutn. was goon on
(AJoik. Tho Honolulus winning tho Interference and nlwn)s happened to be
to., took the Walklki side and the by the side of the ball.
M.illn-lllma team went to tho Ewn mKing cverytiilng into consldera-
'.UlH with tho ball In their possession. ,lc"1, t,lc Kamo ' Saturda) was much
ITLe Malles kicked off and tho Hono- bctlcr ,han expected for tho prac-
lulus gained possession of tho ball. It tko ot 1,0,h lcnmB lins "" ' been
a expected that there would cither "clent to guarantco tho best plny-
1 1 (iuio stronc around the end nlav- lnB- Better results nre looked for w hen
Inc l) the Malles or some cxtraordl- 'ho two ,cnms comc together again.
L.iry bucking of tho line by the Hono- J ow"c,r' ono tl,lnB ' ni'PJrcnt. The
I ilutf but In this tho enthusiasts were Honolulus will have to pla) faster and
dKippolnted. The Honolulus failed to thc Malle-Illmas will have to get a few
do what was expected of their advan- moro plns
tagt In weight while the Malle-Illraaa . "-'hhltt referred tho game In
did not llvo up to their promises of no hftP ""' Cllns- Kl"n proved
quUk pla)lng. However, the latter by "".. "' 'cici.uiu1ure.
hard pla) lng, did succeed In getting
(be ball near the Honolulu's goal sev
eral times, only to bo stopped by tho
mild wall of tho wearers of tho Bcarlet Notwithstanding the coiintcr-nttrae
Instruments Filed for Record Novem
ber 15, 1901.
A. McKeaguo and bus. J. A. Ma
.1. 1'. Mendoucn T. L S)lva ...ltd,
Momonn ct nl. Jos Mitchell L.
.1. P. Morgan S. Koua Agrl Co,
Instruments Filed for Record Novem
ber 16, 19U1.
K. Inkoba and litis Kcauhu!!pta..D.
Kcauhllllila K. lakopi D.
S. V. Wllco J. 11. Shaw ncl
M A. and J. V. Short II. Wntcr
house & Co Mtg
Instruments Filed for Record Novem
ber 18, 1001.
Itllti Klec Tower & 1L Co Hllo
lllec Light Co D.
Illc II. Al.ona L
II. K, Knnchnku II. Akonn ...L.
Kealobaniil Mrs. 12. Kinry . ...U.
A rernandez M. da Coniclsas..!).
Leo Hliig Hop Sing & Co L
K Solomona and bus Jno. Kaua
Jno Knnpana Ako L
C. II. Cockctt nnd .wife A. 7,. Had
I law 11. Ti. nsslgniM' II 1' Ila
J i: Westbrooke II. O. Manbant
O II MiCldlan and wlfi M W
Men and Their Hats.
Men nrc probably moro cranky
about tholr lints than they aro about
an) thing clso they wiar. No man will
lo another person put his hat on his
head for him. Ho must put his own
hat on or It will not feel right. A
Irlcud may lift one's hat from onnn
head and put tt back on ngaln without
tliu deviation of a fraction of an Inch,
and Jet tho lint will not reel as It did
before and tho owner will havo to nil-
Just It before he will ngaln bo comfort-
nble. Dealers In clothing enn lit thc
artlclo that they aro selling to tho
customer. They can put It on the
shoulders, pull down tm sleeves and
Jerk It about until the back Is smooth,
but tho hattor has to allow tho cus
tomer to do his own tr)lng on. Tho
buyer moves It around until It finds
that It settles in a comfortnblc place
and then ho steps to tho mirror to sex
how- It becomes him when worn in
tho cnmfortnblo position. If ho llkcn
Its looks ho will tnko it, but tho hatter
has nothing to do with the sale except
to take tho hat ou of ho box and ex
plain the price at which It Is sold.
This hat peculiarity Is common with
all men. It may bo because a strango
hand ruffles tho hntr and In this man
ner gives tho head an uncomfortahlo
feeling. At any rato tho tineomiort-
able fiellng Is there, nnd ono Ih con
scious of tho fact. Chicago News.
Another Disputed Chart.
"Well,' said the first bicyclist, "we
ought to be right In thc middle ol
Jlllggvtlle, according to the mnp. an
)ou may seo for )oursclf, we are on a
mud road miles from an) where."
"I can't understand It," said the sec
ond blcjcllst, "unless the map wns
made by some ot those naval experts."
-II iltlniore American.
If )ou havo Soro Throat Paln-Klller
will cure It. If you have a cough or
cold. I'aln-Kll er will cnil it. If yri
havo cramps or diarrhoea. I'aln-Klllcr
will relieve It. If you cut. burn or
brulso yourself, I'aln-Klller will stop
the pain. In short, a bottle of I'aln
Klllcr on )our shelf will save you pain
tlmo and money. Avoid substitutes
there Is hut ono Taln-Klllcr, I'crry Da
vis'. Prlco 25c and 60&
Telephone to All Farts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. 1IENIUQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered for
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Canlagcs meet the S. S. Mauna Loa
at Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookena, where the steamer Is met
Wilder's Steamship Company
"t FOR I8LAND PORTS.
Cart leave Fort ani Klni; ilrerts corner foi Kllle
Ranee at s " ani tuu
Ca,r leave Fort ani Klnn tlreett corner for Walklki
I minuiet nil 10 otr n. men ai
lie 11 is e M toes lo Walklki
at6eA H anieveiy 13 minutet tllliootp M, then at
10 te ana ll $ r n, 11
BERETANIA STREET AND P'JUANU VAlXfcY.
Cara leave Punahou Stable tor Town at 1 to ani
lor Ton ani Valley at 40 j jo t 10 ao 6 40 7 ani
.a A M.
Cars leave Oaha College for tnn ani Valley at
6 jo 6 5a ani ? 10 A M ani ever) 10 mlnutea till 10 10
pm etcert the even hour and half, hour cara which
run from tre Stable.
Caraleave Nuuanu Valley at b 10 6 jo 6 jo A.H ani
every ro mlnutea thereafter till iojupm
i-an leave run mi ujuen kirreii lor runauuu
College at 6 o) 6 a 6 49 A M ani every 10 mlnutea
after till 0 45 V M After that the cara run 1 1 the
Stable up to it scl M, whkh la ihe last car from lown,
reaching the Stable ilniol'l
mid white which seemed to rally only tlons Saturday afternoon, tfio Assocln
h"ii their goal territory seemed In Hon football players had quite an at-
danger of being Invaded. tendance at the gnmo between thc
Karly In tho gamo Chris Holt hurt Wanderers and Mnlle-Illmas on tho
hi shoulder quite badly and his placo Maklkl recreation grounds. The re
was taken by Crook. Tho Malles suit was n victory for the Malles by
played Prince Jonnh Kalanlanaolo hard a score of 7 to 1. There was some
In tho first, part of tho game and ho did 6od playing. In tho first half, the
good work, advancing tho ball closo to Wanderers did not score. Tho teams
IMPORTANT TO SPORT8MEN.
Tho management of tho Hotel Hale-
Iwa makes tho announcement that It
hastoiured tor tho exclusive use ot
guests tho'privllcgo ot shooting gamo
over the lands of tho Oahu Hallway V
Land Company, In Walalua and Koo
lauloa. on tho Island of Oahu. '1110
shooting of gamo on tho said lands Is
prohibited by tho Oahu Hallway At
Land Company to other than hotel
guests, l'artlea desiring to avail
themselves of theso privileges aro re
minded of tho statute requirement con
cerning tho carrying of firearms.
C. I'. IAUKUA.
1903-1 in Manager.
Beautiful building sites
Macadamized streets. '
Unsurpassed view of mountains
Ilapttl Transit lino
through tho propert).
For further particulars apply to
ISLAND REALTV CO.,
204 .IUDD BUIL-DINCJ.
At the er trance
to the r-amouj
lao Vallev, and
easy access to t
Halakalca, the. '
volcano In ths
for Tourists and
ISLAND OF MAUI.
A. T. IIAGHNKAMP. Mnnntjer.
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
NOTICE SPECIAL MEETING.
South Kona Agricultural Co., Ltd.
A special meeting of tho above com
pany has been called for FRIDAY
NOV. 15, 1901, AT 10 O'CLOCK, at
Honolulu. November 14, 1001.
On nnd after December 1st next nil
frnlt-litu Tnnut lin iimtmffl linloHA nthnr
arrangements bo matlo at tno olllce'"'" '" " "ii--. w
of tho company, corner Tort and consider tho Issuo of bonds for pur
Queen Btrccts. previous to that date. I'8ea of tho company and other mat
C. L WIOIIT. President. .tcrB. W. 11. CASTLb. JR..
10951m '11)31-41 Secretary.
At tho annual meeting of tho Pacific
Hardware Company, Limited, held this
day, tho following oHlcers were elect
ed for tho ensuing year: II. K. Dil
lingham. President: Jas. Gordon Spen
cer, Vice President nnd Secretary; L. 1 fares will go into effect, viz:
ti. 1-innnnm. treasurer ami manager; I noeK rateB between Honolulu
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Geo. S. Ilarrln, Jr., Assistant .Treas
urcr; J. L. Pvormann, Auditor. 1)1
rectors M. P. Koblnson, Jas. L.
Torbcrt. I. S. Dillingham, Jr Chas.
JAS. GORDON S.-r.NCEIl.
Honolulu. November 14th, 1901.
Hunting, shooting or tho carrying
of flrcnriuH on any of thoilands owned
or leased by tho OAHU HAILWAi ,.
LAND COMPANY Is absolutely for
bidden. All rlghtH of tho company In
tho Districts of Walalua and Koolau
Ion aro reserved for Halclwa Hotel.
Trespassers will bo prosecuted to
tho full extent of tho law.
I). V. DILLINGHAM.
Intending Passengers by the Steamer
Change In Passenger Fares.
On nnd after December 1st, 1901,
tho following chango In passenger
tho Island of Hawaii will bo Increased
from $2 00 to $3 00.
Cabin rates between Honolulu and
liana. Ilamoa nnd Klpahulu, on the
Island of Maul, will bo Increased from
$C00 to $7.00.
All special rates, excepting to cler
gymen, will bo abolished on October
C. L. WIGHT.
1979 td President.
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Notice to Shippers.
Leaving Honolulu for San Francisco
on November 19th, nrc hereby notl- Shippers aro notified that a now
fled that tho above mentioned steamer freight schedule will go Into effect on
will bo given quickest posslblo dls- nrd after December' 1st, 1901.
patch nnd will not remain at this port I Information in regard to changes In
more than six hours, day or night rates enn bo obtained at tho ofllco of
iicKcis ior 1110 nnovo sailing nuisi.ine company, corner ion ami ijueen
bo purchased at tho office or tho under
Blgncd not later than Monday, Novem'
her 18. Tho company will not guaran
teo to recelvo baggage after tho nrrlV'
al ot tho steamer, nor to arrango trans
portatlon after tho abovo date.
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.. LTD .
General Agents Oceanlr S. S. Co.
Honolulu, November 15th.
1991 to Jan. 1
TION CO., LTD,
POWER OF ATTORNEY.
11 ATI I,
O R. &.L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1899.
STATIONS JltV IIAILV
(Ouloari) ex Sun IMILV ex Sui daiiv IMIIY
AM AM. AM P.M I' VI
Honolulu 1 , in o if 1105 lit j 19
Peerl City ..Si ui8 1140 1 41 t .0
Ewe Milt . 81 to.8 It on 45 610
Walanae 10 so ... 44 .
W.lalua .. 11 iv .... 441 .
Kahukv la t 1 1) ....
(lnw.il) tx Sun, DAILV 11MLV DAItV
AM. AM I'M CM
Kahiku Ill 4
Walalua ... ,.. ., ) to ,o
Walanae ..,... t 10 .. ) jj
Ewa Mill V o it" 104 4 it
Peal City 6i 801 4 vi
Honolulu (so 8 )S 1 os 16
V C. SMITH. Gon. Pass. & Ticket Agt.
O. P. DENIHON. Superintendent
During my nbsenco from tho Tcrrl
tcry, Hurbert Ohman, foreman of my
shop, will ait for me under full power
the goal of the Honolulus. Howovcr, nnd olllcers In chargo of the gamo worrrr Honolulu, T. 11, Nov. 11, 1901.
he hod a hard time of It for thcro was n ioiiows:
really a great deal of beef to get Wanderers Goal, Notlcy; fullbacks,
through on tbu other sldo and the Ltnnox and Mudditx; halfbacks, Stokes
Prince boon found that his wind was Wackinnn and Osborne; forwards,
going. Keutwoll, Simpson, Goiulle, Cockburn,
'I ho Honolulus became despcrato and nl11' Catton.
khked tho ball fir down Into tho ter- Mnllc-Illmns-Goal, Clement; full-
rltoi) of tho Malles but even this only backs, ML Anderson nnd McOlll; half-
had the tempornr) udvantngo of keep- hacks, J. Anderson, Crnlk and llrown;
Ipg tho Mnllcs away from their goal forwards, Muiiro, dimming, l!o)lc,
tor a llttlo longci. 'I ho Malles, finding Holster and Lcn Qui.
that time for tho first half was almost Linesmen J. 1 Fenwlck (Mallo III-
up, began a hard light and ndvancod mns)1md A. S Guild (Wanderers )
within a few fctt of the goal and dl- Referee D. W. Anderson,
reitly In front of It. At this time,
0110 of tho Mallo players tailed for a Incim Won (Tame.
little time. Ho had become winded Thcrf w(l8 ,arg0 attemlnncc nt tha
and could not play until ho had niado ,)oIl) B1mo on tho Knp0an. Brolln(li
up a tew iirenins ma action n- Sutlln!dy aftcrnoo.i between the Incns
doubte.ll) lost the. game foi tho Malles un(J Artiicr. tcnmg Thp HorIlctf,
for It seemed as If In a few moro sec- wero ,0 1ln0 lllnjcil ,,ut at ,ho ,agt
onds, the ball must have been carried ,nomfnl t BaH touri(I tliat )t woll,(, bo
ovir the line. Impossible for afl tho members of tho
Just ns the center rush got down to am , bQ pre3Cllt 80 tll0 In(.a8 toolt
pass the hall buk according to tho tlier pinto. Thoio was some good
signal given, the whistle was blown pajnK lt lUrft.rct mcs ,lurne tll0
Mild tlm first half of the gamo was at Bnmo ,)Ut tIl0 Artlllcry ,,,,,, )ack of
an end A mmr dlsnppolntetl looking team ttorkf Tll0 ,nrjg won b n gcf)ro
crowd than tho Ma lea as they walked or 7 t0 ,, -, hc AltlUcry ,,eoI,lo ,,, not
away from that goal cannot ho Imagln- jtore ,., ..r. repro6entliig the handl-
"' . , cap allowed.
In tho second hnlf, there wero scv- , .
cral changes In tho make-up of the . .... , ,
teams. Ciook of the Honolulu team Th. ,Uter wing los.,.1 tho sweet
was retired from his position at left NoVow " o w.Tln "ummort heaL
end whero he stepped In to tnko Holts rjut 0al Is going up.
place. Pat Glcason was taken from bis Philadelphia Press,
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night watchmen furnished for bull 1
Ings, business property and residences,
Itullders will do well to consult Dow
ora In regard to watchmen.
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
On Saturday, December 21st, 1901,
nt 12 o'clock noon at tho front en
trance of tliu Judiciary bunding, will
bo Bold at Public Auction, tho Least!
of that certain piece or parcel of land
sltuatu at Palama kat, In Honolulu,
Oahu, known nnd dcscilbed ns tliu
fish pond or "Kiivvlllvvlll. ' with tha
banks, lnnds and leles connected
therewith and belonging thereto, be
ing tho snino premises now occupied
mil under cultivation by Chin Wo it.
Co , rlco planters, .
Term I'lvo Years.
Upset Rental $273 per annum, pay
able semi nniiuilly in udvanre.
Lease to mmminto Inir.i January 1.
1902. nt which dato possession of
abovo land be given.
For further particulars apply at
thc Public Lands O lllec, Honolulu,
HOWARD S. UOYD.
Commissioner of Public Lands,
HONOLULU RAPID TRANSIT
Commencing on Sunday, the 17th
November, cars will stop ot thc near
side of Intersecting streets only, to
tnko on and let oft passengers.
C. G. HALLHNTYNE.
Manager II. II. T. & L. Co.
Honolulu, Nov. 15th, 1001.
IN Till: CIRCUIT COURT OF THIS
Second Circuit, Territory of Hawaii,
al Chnmhcrs, In Probate. In the Mat
ter of tho Hstatti of Maria P. Slender.
Into of Wnllukii, Maul, D ceased Intes
tate On reading nnd 111 lng tho peti
tion of A. K. Stcnder, husbnnd of de
ceased, of Walluku, Maul, alleging thnt
Maria P. Stcnder. of Wniluku Maul.
Territory of Hawaii, died intestatp at
Walluku, Maul, aforesaid, on tho 15th
day of October. 19UL leaving nrooertv
In tho Hawallnn Islands necessary to
bn Hiiminislercci upon, nnd prn)lng
that Letters of AdmlnlMrntlon lusuc
to A. K. Slender, said Petitioner.
It Is ordered thnt Frldaj. ino J7th
day of Duemliei, 1901, at 10 o'clock
a. m , bo ami Hereby Is appointed loi
henring said Potltlcn hi tno Court
Room of this Court nt Walluku. Mnnl.
at which time and placo nil norsnns
(tincerneil ma) appearand show cause.
it an) inc) nave, wny sain I'etltlou
should not bo granted,
Walluku Maul, October 2., 1901
lly tho Court
Slgn.'il) JAS N. K. KLOLA.
1985 Nov I 11. 18. 25
Notice to Passengers.
On nnd after Decombor Ht. 1D01.
tho following changes in passenger
fates will go Into effect, viz :
Cabin rates between Honolulu and
Kleelo. Makawcll, Watmea. Kapaa,
Anahola. Kllauea and Hanalel, on the
Island of Kauai, will bo Increased from
$C 00 to $7.00.
Cabin rates between Honolulu and
Kealakekua nnd atl ports be)ond. In
tho District of Kona. on tho Island ot
Hawaii, will bo Increased from $10.0t
Cabin rates between Honolulu ans.
Honuapo and Punaluu, on tho Islant
of Hawaii, will bo Increased from
$12 00 tu $13 00.
Deck rates between Honolulu and
the iRlnml of Kauai will bo increased
from $2 00 lo $2 50.
Deck ratvs between Honolulu nnd
tho Island of Maul, will bo Increased
from $2 to $2 50.
Deck rates between Honolulu nnd
tho Island of Hawaii will bo Increased
from $2 00 to $3 00.
AH special rates, except to clergy
nun, will bo nbollshcd on tho above
J. ENA. President.
Honolulu, November 4, 1901.
First Citizen Hut If l.urope should
(omblno against us In n trndo wnr','
Second Citizen All rlirhtt ir tl.n..
Public Lands Ofllco. Nov. loth, 1901. want a trade war we'll sell them all
wm ino ammunition the) need.
INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAVIGA
TION CO, LTD.
Notice to Shippers.
Shippers nre hcroby notified thnt
on nnd nfter December 1st, 19)1, a
now freight scncdulo will go Into ef
fect. In formation In regard to the
chnnges In rntns can bo obtained by
calling at tho olllco of tho omp-my
wui-c-ii Biruui! iiunuiiuu. J i; .
HART fv CCC
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