Newspaper Page Text
BVEN1NO BPLLBTW. HONOLULU H. T., FIIIDAY. NOVEMBER 22, 1901.
Lines of Travel.
Qceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this lino will arrlvo nnd leave this port an hereunder!
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA ,...NOV. 23
In rwnnoMInn with th niti - .
At i . . """ in uic auove Bicamers, ino ngenm nro pre
pared to Ibsuc, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets ny any rail
road from San Francisco to all points lu tho United States, and from Now
York by any steamship lino to all European ports.
I FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AQENT8 OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
8teamers of the above comcanles will call t "Honolulu and
cave inn port on or about the
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
IIONOKONO MARL' NOV. 2.1
CHINA NOV. 30
DORIC DEC. 10
NIPPON MARU DEC. 18
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
H. HACKFIBLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of the above line, running In connection vita the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, B. C. and Sydney. N.S.iV.,
and calling ut Victoria. R. C. Honolulu and Brisbane, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
From Vancouver nu Victoria, B. C
(For Brisbane and Sydney.)
Through TlcketB Issued from Honolulu to Canada. United States and
Kurope. For Freight and Passage cud all general Information, apply to
Theo. H. Davlcs & Co., Ltd., Gcn'l Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
3. S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about Oct. 20.
J. S. OREGONIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about Dec. 10.
Si 8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, to sail about Jan. 10.
B. 8. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street. South Brooklyn at
all times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent H.
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
I H. LOTHROP, General Agent.
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francleco.
I. L. LOMAX, O. P. &-T, A..
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
Telephone to All Farts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. O. HKNRIQUES, PKOP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or tho Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered for
8EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauna Loa
at Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookcna, wflere tbe steamer Is met
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR I8LAND PORTS.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO..
ALAMEDA DEC. 4
. . ... .
dates below mentioned.
FOR 8AN FRANCI8CO.
NIPPON MARU NOV. 21
PERU DEC. 3
COPTIC DEC. 10
t-rom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver. B. C.)
AOuANGl DEC. IX
MOANA JAN. 15
HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
TOU CAN DO IT NOW
Is transmitting merges to all the
Islands of the groupocept Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 .
Horjolflli Office, 315 Fori SI.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for ur nussar
Hawaiiai Tramway's Time
KING STHEET IINC.
Cat It ivt Walklkl for town t s , 6 i), .s M
nd tvfry i minute tlirrtitur Ttl 10 4j 11:11 nd
1 14) P.m. from WiiklklgoiQ th F'ui.tifj SstiHt
Can Itivt K (tinge or Piwn twitch fr town at
j;f,)A.M. anJevtry t, mlruu thtrcalur till it oti'.M
Car leave Fort tni King i"tt!uotr t'r falatua
at6,iu A.M. and r i miruie atltt tit) n a
Cars Icavt for PaUm onlv at t rd )o a. to
i.ari Ic.v. PaUmafor Vailn.tf ? o a m an6
tt minutes till o 43 P H , thtn at to.i .in4 11,4
TheiiiMP.M from Palaira tor Punahou on)
la Walklkl on Saluila
Cark lavt hort anJ Klnjr trtit cttntt tfihiflw
Rangt at jao anJ I'wA,"
Cart leave I ort an,
r leave t ort mi
Ktnf trrT c.u.ti tui Wali ikl
at6:ijA.M, an4 every tj n
j A.M. and ever
nlnuie til. lecr M trnn.it
:y anJ ii;'.? V."
f ana ii;'.? i-.n in
11 H KM Kirt( WatikUl
BERETANIA STREET AND T'TANl' VALII V.
Cart leave Punahou Statlt li-f 7Vn at i ui And
for Ton an4 Valley at 3 o ; ,; r 10 m ( n and
Carilei OihtiCu)lfe firtrn .i1 V tvy at
6:iu 6.jq anJ t:io a.M tni tvtr i mn-i t (Ml tt 10
P.M. xcr(th even hour and hil. r.cu wtrtt
run from tht stable.
Lari leave nuuanu valley at t ie l u t -x a and
every 10 minute thereafter till 10 a p m
Car leave Tort and Queen Hfl ftit Wiwhtjn
Collerwat 6.056.1)64$ A Vt andetrn . irlnutes
atirr un v 41 p.m. AtivT itui int .ar run 1.1 mt
Stable up to 1 i:sp. . whK It l iht latt car iumTi e.
reaching the btatjle at n:oP M
O. B. & L. Co.
From and arter January 1, 1800
l:w Mill. .
HA1LV r Sun
l,A lr OVIY
I' M I At.
A.M. A M
(Inward) tx. Sun, Tah Iauv Iauv
n Al, f,.f r vi CM,
" 5J . ti
... to I'JU
' " J!5
.. 10 T.41 I M 4 1
... (II t 0 I JO , ;
... a so t s los it
I.wa Mill ..
V C. SMITH. fJen'l Pass. & Ticket Ajrr.
10. P. DENISON, Superintendent
HERE'S TO MEN OF MIGHT
HERE'S TO YOUTH WITH ALL IT8 JOY8.
HERE'S TO HAPPINESS AND HEALTH.
HEME'S TO NATURE'S REMEDY.
WEAK MEN CAN BE CURED. Tho effects of Illness can be
removed, tiie lull strcngtn of nerves and muscle s can bo restored
nnd tho old vim and snap bo felt onco more.
DR. MCLAUGHLIN'S ELECTRIC BELT.
Unllico anything that hai ever been sold before. Not "as gooV
but ueiter. stronger, more du.'ablc, moro nleasant to use, than any
other electric body nppllanc on earth. It restores health ly punn
ing a gcnl.o Bircam or electricity Into tho wean parts while viu
sleep. It gives a current winch you reel a tho time, but It never
burns or blisters as do the old-stylo belts. It has a pencct regula
tor and my special cushion eloctrodes.
My Beit cures all pain And weakness In from 30 to CO days.
Call and see It. or write toduy for my beautifully Illustrated SO pago
book, lull of happy tidings for sick people. Sent freo. ,,
Dr. M. M. HcLaughlin, SS M:ffi:
How Smith College Girls
Initiate Their Freshman Friends
Northampton Oct. 20. A ballroom
full of pretty girls, and not a man In
It outside of the band. Five hundred
or no of the brightest and most en-
t:tnlnlng young women In tho
v.orld assembled In a social function
teat Is exclusively feminine. A big.
ii.i.iitirul "hen party. Thats what
th; sophomore reception at Smith
Cnltcgo Is like a reception given by
tho young women of tho sophomoro
lin-n to tho freshmen, anil designed to
) a formal declaration to tho new-.'iimt-rs
that they aro welcome to
Dunces are given at various houses
tvry Wednesday and Saturday at tho
lo ginning or the rail term, most of
tlicm for the freshmen; the sophoraoro
j.cvptlon and danco puts tho stamp
or bpproval on tho little affair. Tho
Irffhman Is fully assured when bIio
hiui passed through this that really
mere is no prejudice at Smith Collego
iiKiiliiht a girl just because Bho Is a
Every freshman gets an Invitation
to tho reception, and through tho Invi
tation becomes a guest of a sopho
morn, who escorts her to and from tho
tM''ptlon, and looks out for her com
fort and pleasure throughout the even
ing. Should a sophomoro fall to
choose a guest for herself, one Is as
tidied her by the committee of ar
rangement. Should tho freshmen out
number the sophomores, tho sopho
limns borrow a few nice girls from
lh) Junior clar,i to help them out.
Tho reception this year took place
In tho new gymnasium. According to
rurtom. It began at V o'clock, so that
tliero should bo no violation of what
known as the "10 o'clock rule" tho
I i1 that Bays that all tho Smith girls
nnt put out their lights and hustlo
liito bed when the clock strikes 10.
At tho time specified each freshman
iviim in readlnesB, clad in her best par
ly gown, bedecked wuh the flowers her
tvphomores had sent her. Prompt to
t'i-) minute the sophomoro arrived,
iii.il, without taking more than a sec
ond to look her guest over and ox-i-lalni,
"How lovely you nre," Btarted
ufl v.lth her to the dance.
Th hall was decorated with alter
iiuto strings of purple and yellow
pnper roseB, wntcn looked much prot
not man tno description sounds.
lJ' nnii yellow are the colorH of the
two classes. Along the walls, at rcg
uiur Intervals, posters wcro displayed
which represented elderly and staid
Miphomores caring in one way and
UMithcr for tho needs of dlmlnutlvo
tHKlimcn In knee skirts and pigtails.
Olio poster showed dignified 1904 lead
ing 1905 by tho hand churchward, and
In mother 1905 was seen seated In
l!Mi4'n lap attempting to learn her les
mm with tho help of that majestic per-
' After they had taken In the general
nVct fiom the door, each freshman
trul her sophomore started off. arm
lu brm, to examine everything at close
ihngo. As she passed by one of thocounty courthouse and a number of
putters, which showed 1905 about one -
third tho size of 1904. a sage fresh
i.ii.fi waB heard to remark: "They
mviHt have an elegant gymnasium de
triment hero to develop a girl so
niiii-h In one year," to which tho so
phmuure, having no retort ready, re
pllMl Bimply: "They do."
In the course of time the music
if" ""WF-i "; ' "",-n 77$f5ppj
THE RETVIZAN, FASTEST BATTLESHIP AFLOAT.
ItuxHla's .Vliieili'iili built li:illU'rlili. the Ilcll.iin, Iiiih In en proved to be
tin fiiKtoKt ship of her cIiimh In the win Id. In n recent upccd test the czar's
uciv nrlilp aveniKcil 1S.S knots for twelve consecuthe hours.
When n min has
truth to to'I ho finds
no end of be;rois
When bis story Is
a gladsome one nnd
ho Is able to h.'lng
news of health and
strength to ihono
who are weak atiJ
broken down ho
finds millions icady
to listen. Suen is
my story; It Is full
of truth and over
flowing with tidings
of new strength and
lire for tbe sick aim
Btarted, and such freshmen as were
so fortunate as to have names begin
ning with some letter before "M" be
gan to danco at once. Others were
forced to wait until the danco was re
peated, us the floor was not largo
enough to hold all tho dancers at
After several dances camo an Impor
tant event of tho evening, tnu distribu
tion of the "grind books." Tho "grind
books" aro dainty llttlo pamphlets,
containing, among other things, va
rious funny remarks that have been
mado by the class of 1905. Tho Jokes
would not generally bo comprehen
sible to un outsider, but all wcro told
and taken in good part.
After tho "grinds" came morn
dances, and then, promptly at lu
o'clock, tho inexorable orchestra play
eu "Home. Sweet Homo." nnd th
ficshmen started for their rooms, still
In the care of their sophomores.
THE B1DWELL CA6E.
Judge Little heard the guardianship
case of Evelyn Nichols Bldwell yes
terday and the hearing was continued
till this morning. Treasurer Wright
.was on the. stand and testified that he
nau maue me purchase of two shares
of Honomu stock nt the request of Jon
athan Shaw, tho guardian, and later
transferred it to him.
Mr. Shaw was on the stand In his
own behalf during the afternoon and
explained how the transfer of stock
was made. He said that he had been
advised by Attorney Robertson that
be had no right to Invest (rust funds in
sugar stocks, and consequently Imme
diately sold the Honomu stock, turn
ing the proceeds unto the estate. He
denied any intention of wrong-doing.
but Attorney Sllllman severely crlti
clsed his administration of Miss Bid-
well s affairs.
EARTHQUAKE IN UTAH.
Salt Jake. Utah, Nov. 12. Specials
to the Herald from various nolnts in
Southern Utah give meagre accounts
or a sever o earthquake shock which oc
curred shortly otter 9:30 o'clock to
night. The shock, which lasted fully
thirty seconds in some places, created
general consternation among tho In
habitants. The vibrations were north
east to southwest. Telegraphic com
munication to the district will not bo
known until tomorrow. So far as re
ported no loss of life and comparative
ly little damage to property resulted.
At Oasis, In Millard county, the people
rushed Into the streets, expecting
their homes to collapse. At Beaver, in
Beaver county, the shock damaged he
A slight shock was felt In this city
nt 9:37 p. m., but was not severe
enough to be generally noticeable.
Blank books of all description de
signed and made at the i.v'KNINO
BULLETIN'S Job Office.
Instruments Filed for Record Novem
ber 21, 1901.
Kohala Sugar Co. Jas. Wight.... D.
S. J. Salter and wife Bishop & Co.
O. II. Bishop E. F. Bishop P.At,
I,. C. Abies J. II. Jerman ...H.S.L.
L. B. Coan Julia Kahca Rcl.
Irstrumenta Filed for Record Novem
ber 22, 1901.
S. M. Nlhlpall ct nl. Kaullll I).
B. Spencer Tr. Antono Pedro.. A.M.
'lr. Antono Pedro J. W. 11. Kvanu
et al .Ret.
J. N. C. Oilman J. A. Magoon..D.
I. M. Camara Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co B.S.
Recorded Noveniucr 15, 1901.
N. Danlcla nnd wlfo to J. W. Ahl
na; deed: onohalf It. P. lOS'J, Mil.
49ii'J, Paukaa, Illlo, Hawaii; J'iU
Book 225, pago 10(1. Dated November1
Sung Keo & Co. to Ah Ynu 't al.;
bill of salo; four leaseiiiilils, portlonn
crops, etc.; $11U0. Bcok 221, pag"
411. Dated July 15, 1901.
I). M. Kapalau to aim Keo & Co.;
lease; lots, lleela, KoolaupoKo, Oalm;
ten years at S12II. Hook 228, img'
312. Dated January 1. 1901.
J. l'aaluhl and wllu to It. Kualll;
deed; seventeeu pieces land, Manoa.
etc., Honolulu, Oaliu; 1. Hook 22T,.
page 407. Dated No ember 15, 1901.
Kawnmula to II, Hickfcld & Co.,
LtiLf chattel mortgage; leasehold,
buildings, etc.; $o23. Hook 227, pago
271. Dated November 1, 1901.
C. Ka to Kawamura: one fourth
acre coffee land. North Kona, Hawaii;
twelve years at I0. Book 228, page
313. Dated November 29, 1900.
Wong Hong to Wing vvo Tal & Co.;
lease; A p. 2, It. P. 6182. Kill. 10123,
lleela, Koolaupoko, Oahu; fifteen
years at $100. Book 228, page 314.
Dated November 13, 1901.
Bishop & Co. to II. Congdon; re
lease; lot 480 of It. P. 37G9. Punch
bowl hill, Honolulu, Oahu; tlDUO. Book
103, pago 13. Dated November 16,
A. McKcaguc and husband to J. A.
Magoon; deed; one-tenth Interest In
Ornnt C. Walkelc, Uwo. Oahu; $418.
Bonk 225, page 468. Dated November
J. P. Mcndonca to T. M. Sylra;
release; Interest In Grant 347, Knpcla,
Walalua, Oahu; $150. Book 199, page
388. Dated November 13, 1901.
Momona et al. to J. Mitchell; lease;
piece land, tola and building, Keka
puna, Walalua, Oahu; eleven years at
$30. Book 228, page 315. Dated No
vember 1, 1901.
J. V. Morgan and wife to South
Kona Agricultural Company; deed;
Kul. 9748. etc.. Kalablkl, South Kona,
Hawaii; $1. Book 225, pago 4G9. Dat
ed November 12, 1901.
Recorded November 16, 1901.
Kamaka lakona au husband to Ho-
auhullhla (10; partition deed; portion
Ap. 1, K. P. 4911. Kul. 309, Kamalle.
Interest In It. P. 367, kui. auuu. Lena
nonul. Interest In U. P. 4909. Kul.
3U96. Wallele, Walanae, uahu; $1.
Book 229, pago 170. Dated November
Keaiihullhla to Kamaka Iakopa;
partition deed; portion AP- X and Ap.
2, It. P. 4911. Kul. 309S. Kamalle,
Walanae; $1. Book 229, pago 173. Dat
ed November 14, 1001.
S. W. Wilcox to Jos. It. Shaw; re
lease; portion It. P. D7JG, Kul. 706,
King street, Honolulu, Oahu; $4500,
Book 192, page 186. Dated August 14,
John W. Short and wlfo to Henry
Watcrhousc & Co., trustees; mort
gage; lot 3, Kaalheu tract, Honolulu,
Uahu; $900. Book 227, page 276. Dat
ed November 7, 1901.
Recorded November 18, 1S01.
Hiln Klectrlc Power & Ucfrlgcrator
Co.. Ltd., to llllo Klectrlc Light Co.,
Ltd.; 'deed; lands, buildings, machin
ery, etc.. Puueo. llllo, Hawaii; 10,000
shares llllo Klectrlc Light Co., Ltd..
at $20. Book 225,, pago 47. Dated
September 16, 1901.
Hie to II. Akona; lease; II. ('.
6916. Kul. 3910, Walmca, South Koha
la. Hawaii; twenty-five years at $00.
Book 228, page 317. Dated September
Kliza K. Kanehaku to TT. Akona;
lease; portion It. P. 6233, Kawaihae,
South Kohala. Hawaii; ten years at
$30. Book 228, pago 318. Dated Janu
ary 9, 1900.
Kealohanul to .Mrs. Km ma rcary;
deed; It. P. 6049, 1'aakamako, Koolau,
Maui; $50. Book 225, pago 472. Dat
ed October 16, 19111.
Antonio Fernandez and wife to
Maria ua Concclsao; deed; piece land,
Katipakulua, Maul; $20. Book 226,
pago 473. Dated November 4, 1901.
l.ee Hlng to Hop Hcng & Co.; bill
of sale; one-third Interest In lease
hold; loin1 years at t.ijti. Book 24,
pago 416. Dated April i'i. .JUL
Kealil Kolomona and wlfo to Jno.
Kuua; deed: 7-acro sharo hill land ot
Pcahl, llamakualoa, Maul; $42. Book
231, pago 22. Dated .November 2, 1901.
Kaapana to Ako; lease; Ap. 1, Kul.
3065, Kahananul, Kaanapali, Maul;
seventeen ycais at $16 and two years
tree. Book 228, pago 319. Dated No
vember 1, 1901.
Iluttle S. Cockctt and husband to
A. Z. Iladley; mortgago; Ap. 3, It. P.
1862, Kul. 1U568, Poiauuf, piece land.
I'uumou, Lahalua, Maul; $luuo. Book
SSI, puge 278. Dated November 4,
C. J, Palk, by assignee, to 11. V.
l.'aliln; bill ot sulo; siock, llxturcs, ac
counts, oi "Imperial Cigar Siore, I'ort
.licet, Honolulu, oahu; $1850. Book
224. pago 416. Dateu September 23,
J. K. Wosterbrooko to Henry (1.
Mnrchant; mortgago; lot 3, Kapnlama
iruci, Honolulu, uauu; $2000. Hoou
22, page 2SU. Dated November 16,
Ueorge 11. McClcllan and wife to
Mabel vWng Castle; deed; lot 3, block
1. College Hills tract, Honolulu, Oa
hu; $900. Book 231, pagii 2J. Dated
September 20, 1901.
Keulalkalilkl to' Kcala Laplllo; deed:
Interest Jn It. 1. 121.8, Kul. 1882. 1'u
lolo, Honolulu. Oahu; $10U. Book 225,
page 471. Dated July 1, 1901.
J. II. Castle unit wife to Anna M.
Cooke; deed; portion lots 19 and 20,
Kapahulii. Honolulu, Oahu; $6U0.
Book 225, pago 475. Dated Aplll 13
1). K, Muliuakano and wlfo to A,
.1. Campbell; deed; flvo acres ot Ap,
1 It. 1'. 1535, Malp.i.iaukn, 1111111, llu
wall, $260. Hook 225, puge 470
Muim jovomiier u, 1UU1.
j nisi imim im iiiiij, l.lllllietl. Ill A
u. j.ouuensieiii, piiruai icieasu; lauds,
llllo, Hawaii, $1. Hook 227, pago 283
Dated November fi, 1901.
A U. I.oeliensteln and wllo tn W
II. Slilpman; deed, lots 1, 2 and 3
block 6, Hlversldo Park, llllo, Hawaii;
$3500. Hook 225, page 477. Dated Sop,
tember 13, 1901.
8. C. Allen to Thomas ClirUtley;
release; pieces land, Kurt stroet, Ho
nolulu. Oahu; $2000. Hook 227, page,
34 Dated November 15, 1901.
Thomas Chrlstloy and wlfo to S,
You have paid for two or three homes during your lifetime.
Especially If you have been paying rent; and we regret that
you have nothing to show for the money spent In this manner.
We have now on sale lots In the beautiful Puupueo Tract,
which contains the finest suburban property in Honolulu. This
tract commands a magnificent view of mountains and ocean, has
macadamized streets, artesian water, and the electric car line
passes through the property. For any further Information regard
ing prices, terms, etc., address
ISLAND REALTY COMP'Y
RaaBakw IhHbI iIbIbH laH EZL2 il H B4u tflti
MAUI HOTEL, ISud,lofKmaui.
A. T. HAf.BNKAMP. Mannijer.
C. Allen; mortgnge; pieces land. Fort
street, Honolulu, Oahu. Book 227,
page 283. Dated November 16, 1901.
Manuel It. Cabral to Maria It. Ca
bial; power of attorney; special pow
ers. Book 224, page 417. Dated Jan
uary 11. 1901.
Recorded November 19, 1901.
D. L. Peterson to J. M. Cooke;
mortgago; lots 8 and 19. block 8. Ku-
walo tract. Honolulu, Oahu: $1200
Book 227, page 287.
Lowers & Cooke. Ltd., to I.um
Chlng; release; lots 15 and 16, of Ap.
1. R. P. 1985. Kul. 6245, Kamakcla.
Honolulu, Oahu; $1000. Hook lU'J,
page 351. Dated November 18, 1901.
According to a foreign exchange, ths
Congo Free State authorities have ds
elded to abandon the Stanley Falls to
Rcdjaf railway, owing to the exceed
ingly slow headway made In Its con
struction, which, according to present
progress, would require about fifteen
years to build. In place of the rail
way It Is proposed to operate a ser
vice ot heavy automobiles for passen
gers and goods from Ibembo to DJab
blr, to Faradjo and Redjaf, thence to
the Nile. This service Is to be In
augurated In about three months.
IMPORTANT TO 8PORTSMEN.
Tho management of tho Hotel Hale.
Iwa makes tho announcement that' it
has 'secured lor tho exclusive use of
guests tho privilege of shooting gamo
over tho lands of tho Oahu Hallway &
Land Company, In Walalua arid Koo
lauloa, on tho Island of Oahu. 'I no
shooting of game on tho Bald lands Is
prohibited by tho Oahu Railway &
Land Company to other than hotel
guests. Parties desiring to avail
themselves ot theso privileges aro re
minded of tho statute requirement con
cerning tho carrying of flrcamiB.
C. P. 1AUKKA,
Hunting, shooting or tho carrying
of firearms on any of tho lands owned
or leased by tho OAHU RAILWAY t.
LAND COMPANY Is absolutely for
bidden, All rights of tho company In
tho Districts of Walalua and Koolau
loa aro reserved for Halelwa Hotel.
Trespassers will bo prosecuted to
tho full extent of tho law.
B. F. DILLINGHAM.
POWER OF ATTORNEY.
During my absence from tho Torrl
tcry, Hurbcrt Ohman, foreman of my
shop, will act for mo under full power
Honolulu, T. H., Nov. 1L 1901.
K. IL BATH.
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night watchmen furnished for build
ings, business property and resldcncea
Builders will do well to consult Ho
ors In regard to watchmen.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Tho undersigned having been duly
appointed administrator of tho estate
of Young Ting, deceased, nollro Is
eroby given to'nll persons to present
heir claims against tho estnto of said
Young Ting, ilei eased, fully mithentl
(nteil, whether secured by mortgage
oi otlmrwiso lo the iindoralgnril nt
tho nflleo of Messrs, Whiting & Robin
son, room i:8. Juild building, Hono
lulu, within six months from tho datn
hereof, or they will bo forovcr barred;
nnd nil pnrsmiH indebted to said es
tate aro hereby requested to mako
Immediate payment tn the undersign
ed. CHANO LIN,
Administrator of tho Kstato ot Young
1995 Nov. 15, 22, 29; Dec. C.
THE AMOUNT PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAD FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
HOME TOO. .j
At the entrance
to the Famoui
lao Vallev. and
easy access to
volcano In the
WILDER'8 STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Honolulu, November 14, 1901.
On and after December 1st next all
freights must bo prepaid unless other
arrangements bo mado at the oOlco
'of tho company, corner Fort and
Queen streets, previous to that date.
I C. L. WIC1I1T, President.
WILDER'8 STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Change In Passenger Fares.
On and after December 1st, 1901,
the following change In passenger
fares will go Into-effect, viz:
Deck rates between Honolulu ana
the Island of Hawaii will bo Increased
from $2.00 to $3.00.
Cabin rates between Honolulu and
Hann, Hamoa and Kipabulu, on tho
Island of Maul, will bo increased from
$6.00 to $7.00.
Deck rateB from Honolulu to Maul
ports will be Increased from $2.00 to
All special rates, excepting to cler
gymen, will bo abolished on October
C. L. WIGHT.
WILDER'S 8TEAM8HIP COMPANY.
Notice to Shippers.
Shippers aro notified that a new
freight schedulo will go into, effect on
and after December 1st, 1901.
Information In regard to changes In
rates can bo obtained nt tho office of
tho company, corner Fort and Queen
C. L. WIGHT.
1991-to Jan. 1 PresldenL
INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAVIGA
TION CO., LTD.
Notice to Passengers.
On nnd after December 1st, 1901,
tho following changes In passenger
fares will go Into effect, viz.:
Cabin rates between Honolulu and
Kleele. Makawcll, Walmea, Kapaa,
Anahola, Kllauea and Hanalel, on the
Island of Kauai, will be Increased from
$6.00 to $7.00.
Cabin rates between Honolulu and
Kealakckua and all ports beyond. In
tho District of Kona. on tho Island ot
Hawaii, will bo Increased from $10.00
Cabin rates between Honolulu and
Honuapo and Punaluu, on tho Island
of Hawaii, will bo Increased from
$12.00 to $13.00.
Deck rates between Honolulu and
tho Island of Kauai will bo increased
from $2.00 to $2.50.
Deck rates between Honolulu and
tho Island of Maul, will bo Increased
from $2 to $2.50,
Deck rates between Honolulu and
the Island or Hawaii will bo Increased
from $2.00 t $3.00.
All special ratos, except to clergy
men, will bo abolished on the above
J. ENA. President.
Honolulu, November 4, 1901.
INTER-I8LAND STEAM NAVIGA
TION CO., LTD.
Notice to 8hlppers.
Shippers nro hereby notified that
on nnd nfter December 1st, 1901, a
now ircignt schedule will go Into ef-
In formation In retard tn tho
changes In rates can bo obtained by
' Q"!"n.f JJ1'0 .V"!,,,!',! " .c1,n'na7
l?nnlc., B,rtCt' ,,0"olulu- ; -
HART & CO.,
HIE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Creams and Water Ices,
Chocolate and Confections.
Ths Finest Resort In the City.
Try our "Elite" Oyster Cocktails.
ktaflfaikififi .. Ji$Md4$M&L
iK j : J.!.aiij;Wj