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BVBNINO B0LLBTIN. HONOLULU. H. T.. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 4, 1901.
Lines of Travel.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this lino will arrive and leave this port, an hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
BIBRRAi.. DEC. 11
ALAMEDA DEC. 21
SONOMA JAN. 1
ALAMEDA .' JAN. 11
.VENTURA JAN. 22
ALAMEDA FED. 1
SIERRA FED. 12
ALAMEDA FED. 22
SONOMA MAR. G
.VENTURA . . ". MAR. 2tf
ALAMEDA APRIL 5
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA DEC. 4
SONOMA DEC. 10
ALAMEDA DEC. 25
VENTURA DEC. 31
SIEItRA JAN. 21
ALAMEDA FEU. G
SONOMA FED. 11
ALAMEDA FEB. 'AS
VENTURA MAR. 4
ALAMEDA '. MAR. ID
SILRRA MAR. 2G
ALAMEDA k. APRIL !
la connection with tbe Bailing or the above steamers, tbe agents are pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In tho United States, and from Now
Tort by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
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GENERAL AQENT8 OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Risen 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.
DOblC . : DEC. 10
NIIV'ONMARU DEC. 18
PERU DEC. 2G
COPTIC JAN. 4
AMERICA MARU JAN. 11
FEKINO JAN. 18
GAELIC JAN. 28
JIONOKONO MARU FED. 6
CHINA FEU. 14
FOR SAN FRANCI8CO.
PERU DEC. 3
COPTIC DEC. 10
AMERICA .MARU DEC. 20
PEKING DEC. 27
GAELIC JAN. 3
HONGKONG MARU JAN. 11
CHINA JAN. 20
DORIC JAN. 31
NIPPON MARU FEU. 8
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Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of the above line, running In connection wlu the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N.S.vV.,
and calling at Victoria, B. a. Honolulu and Brisbane, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
From Vancouver ana Victoria, B. C.
(For Brisbane and Sydney.)
MIOWERA DEC. 21
AORANOI JAN. 18
MOANA FED. 1G
t-rom Sydney and Brisbane.
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AORANOI DEC. 18
MOANA JAN. 15
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r DIRECT SERVICE BETWEFN
. NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
8. 8. OREGONIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about Dec. 20.
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CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, to
AMERICAN, 6,000 tons,' to sail
II about Jan. 20.
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd' Street, South Brooklyn,
all times. For turtner particulars, apply to
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THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM BAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
1 Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
f oilman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cart, with Barber
bop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Can (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
V. H. LOTHROP, General Agent
IK Third atreet, Portland, Oregon.
D, W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent
Tin. 1 Montgomery St, San Francisco,
B. I LOMAX, G. P. T. A.,
UTS Omaha, Nebraska.
Telephone to All Parts of tbe Island.
KEALAKEKUA. - HAWAII
J. G. IIKNKIQUES, PROP.
. 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 Hookena, where the steamer Is met
TOU CAN DO IT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
" TELEGRAPH COMPANY
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 $3.
Hoitlila Office, 315 Fert St.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for your message
Hawaiiai Railway's Time
KING STREET LINE.
Cari Uava Walklkl for town at . 6.11. 6:i A.M,
Md tvtry $ nlnuttt thmtfter tiO 10:4s. iij,ti and
IIJJ P.. Ifom wainiKi gQioint runanou ibdics.
Can Itavt R Rangt or l'4waa twitch for town at
$:y.M. tn4 tvtry nlnutcitbtrtattcrilll n.otP.M
Cart Itavt Fort and King ttrtcti corner for Halama
at 6.10 a.m. and tvtry ij nlnuttt after till 11:1$
Cart leavt for Palama only at 1 and :io a.m.
Cart leave Palama far Wa'kikf tu) A m. and every
it mlnutaft till a ai P.H . then at ta.it and 10 it P.M.
Tb itits KM from Palama lor Punabou only toes
t j Walk Ik I on Saturdayt.
Cart leave Fort and Kin sr ttrtett corner for Klfle
Ranze at s:tu anJ io a.m.
Cart leavt To'i ar.d Klnic ttreett cornerforWalklkl
ttoojA.M. andtvrry ijrelnutei till io.ojP.M. thtn at
io.j5 and wj kw. The u: P.M. eoct to walklkl
BERETANIA STREET AND t'UUANU VALLEY.
Cart leava Pun&hou SfMe for Town ati'ioand
for Town and Valley at J 43 $ 50 6.10 Vao t'40 7 tnd
Cart leave CUbiiColltce for to n and Valley at
6iy 6. jo and 7:10 a.m and evr 10 roinutet till io:m
r.M. except me rvrn nourananau, nour ti wmtn
run from the Stable.
Cart leave Ncuanu Valley at6:io 6:jo 6.50 A,M and
every 10 tnlnuti thereafter till io-jo p.At,
Cart leave lot and Queen ttreett for Punahcu
ColleRt at 6 os ej f 45 A w and every 10 mlnutet
aner liug 4$f.M. Anrr tiui un cars run i ura
fUblt up to 1 t:sei,M, wMch U the lattcar from Town,
rtachlog th Stable at ntjoP H.
FOR I8LAND P0RT8.
O. R. & L. Co.
FVom and after January 1, 1899.
Telephone tho FVENINQ nUI.LR-
I mnilo, printing to bo dono, etc., etc.,
I and o will call. Wo have men that
I know their bustnes (or that purpose.
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P C. SMITH, ClonT l'ass. & Ticket Aki.
O. P. DEN180N, Superintendent
The two-masted Yankee schooner
Western Ear, reconstructed from
tho hulk of the wrecked flritlsh forc-and-attcr
A. Olbson, Is drifting, water
logged and lumber laden, somewhere
in the Uulf Stream, far cast of Nan
tucket. Her skipper, Lewis Stanton,
a tall, clcnn-llmbcd and modest young
ster of Kockland, Me.; his mate, Wil
liam Landry, and Arthur Wllley, tho
inldshlpmltd and tho bo'sn tight and
tnc crew of the llttlo coaster, arrivcu
note yesterday aboard tho Portuguese
steamsMp Peninsular, from Lisbon,
says tho New York Sun. Tho crew
looks less than htB age, sixteen, and
really would havo I been In knlcker
bnkcrs if no had not come from sca
tarlng stock, and had not decided, at
tho frock age, to become a roamcr of
the frothy main. Besides being the
crew Arthur was tho cook of the West
It Is not a long trip from Calais, Me.,
to New Bedford, Moss., in ordinary
weather, but It was an Interminable
one for the llttlo coaster lu a tempest.
Hno leu Calais on November T with
103,000 feet of spruce lumber nnd
shingles and ran Into stress the firs.
day out, when a comber came aboaro
and. catching up a part of tho deck'
irau, lei 11 iau on tno crew, ;nocKing
him, ns he himself said, with a fine
chow of nautical Indifference, "Into
tbe lee scuppers," a very proper place
lor a crew to bo knocked, accordlus
to nil the formulas. Tlio crow got up
with tho help of the mato and va?
surpilscd and not altogether dlspleu.v
oil that ho hnd n lino wound over his
right eye. which. It seemed likely,
otentually might develop a beautiful
'tno gale was right off the land, and
tbo Western bar couldn't buck It. hue
reeled down and stood out to sea. Nig
gur, the blacK and tun and something
uiso dog, wus the only one of tne snip a
company that compiatiied. Ho Isn't n
water dog, that lu, wnen water is
swashing aboard at the rate of a ton
u nnmiie, and he lilted up his voice
und howled. Hut tbo gallant demcun
or of the crew had a reassuring effect
on him and he finally got his sen legs
and became as goad a sea dog as ever
nod a quarter deck.
It was off Capo Cod that tho West
ern Ear started Europcward before
the blast. On Sunday, after Bcuddlng
nearly a day, a great sea swept over
tnu small ship, tearing tho boat from
tbo stern davits and carrying away
thu water tusks. Tho wind shifted to
southwest, and tho Western Ear tuau
aged to shapo a course toward thu
coast. On Tuesday sho was within
sight of Cspo Cod light. Another fros-.
ty northwester toro down on her and
droye her far to sea, carrying awuy
her rudder anil forward stays. There
after sho drifted, helplessly broadsldo
tn sea, until tne 1'eninsuiar novo in
sight on Thursday morning, about 13:
miles east of Nantucket.
Capt. J. A. liettencourt of tho Pe
ninsular saw the ensign of tho Bchoon
er, union down, flying In tho rigging.
nnd be headed for her right away.
Meanwhile, tho crew and tho Bklppcr
and mate, not to mention the dog,
hadn't had anything to drink for four
and one-half days and they wero natur
ally anxious to be rescued. Tho crew
and mate and skipper had subsisted
on canned tomatoes, raw, not being
able to cook them, and the dog had
kept himself alive on canned salmon,
which the crew couldn't cat. To
quench their thirst captain, mate and
row drank molasses and vinegar. A
diet of this sort, tho skipper said, was
tilling but not nutritious. Thu labor
id Jettisoning tho deck cargo, which
often Jettisoned itself In so wild a
way that all hands except tho dog had
to take to tho rigging at times to
savo themselves, had made thu crow
so weak that thev woru Just ablo to
help themselvos' when tho Peninsular
Sho stood by from 11 a. m. until
dusk 011 Thursday before Captain Hot
tencourt risked lowering a boat. Even
then tho seas were so lofty that nearly
all the Peninsular s passengers wore
made Seasick by tho rolling of the
ship. Captain liettencourt called for
volunteers to man tho lirebnat, nnd
Second Officer Jaclnthoda Canto Do
telho and five sturdy Portuguese sea
men responded. They rowed to lee
ward of tho schooner and the second
officer invited Captain Stanton, Mato
Wllley and tho boy crew to Jump for
It. Captain Stanton can 1 swim, but
ho plunged Into the ferment nnd after
getting a stomachful of lirlnn and
floundering nninnd a bit was hauled
aboard thu lifeboat, fleforo taking tho
leap be tied "Nigger" In a pillow case
anil threw him to one of tho Portu
guese seamen, who caught the dog
und stowed lum under a thwart. Then
tbo mate mndo tho Jump and tho crow,
who enn swim llko a uuck, followed,
being tho "last man to leave thu
ship." It was Impossible tn haul tno
llfoboat aboard with her bin den, Bho
was guided under tno leo ran of tho
rolling liner, and, 0110 at n time, res
cued and roBCiinrs, from tho bow of
tho boat, grabbed tun sea ladder and
clambered aboard. Tho lifeboat was
stove against tho ship's sides as fi
was being hoisted on deck.
Of all the fruits with which we aro
blessed the peach Is tbo most delicious
and digestible. There Is nothing more
palatable, wholesome and medicinal
than good, ripe peaches. They should
be ripe, but not ovcr-rlpo and half
rotten; and of this kind they may
make a part of either meal, or be
eaten between meals; but It is bctcr
to make them a part of the regular
meals. It Is a mistaken Idea that no
fruit should be eaten at breakfast. It
would be far better If our people would
cat less bacon and grease at breakfast
and more fruit
In the morning there is on acrid
state of the secretions, and nothing Is
so well calculated to correct this as
cooling subacid fruits such as
peaches, apples, etc. Still, most of us
have been taught that rating fruit be
fore brcakfnst is highly dangerous.
How the Idea originated wa do not
know, but it Is certainly n great error,
contrary to both reason and facts. The
lpple Is one of the best of fruttH. nak
ed or stewed apples will generally
agrco with the most delicate stomach,
and arc an excellent medicine In many
cases of sickness. Green or half-ripe
apples, Btewed and sweetened, nra
pleasant to the taste, cooling, nourish
ing and laxative, far superior, In many
cases, to tho abomlnablo doses of salts
nnd oil usually given In fever and
other discuses. Haw apples and dried
apples Btewed arc better for constipa
tion than liver pills. Oranges are
very acceptable to most stomachs, hav
ing all tho advantages of tho acid al
luded to; but the orange Juice alone
should be taken, rejecting tho pulp.
Tho same may be said of lemons,
pomegranates and all that class.
Lemonade Is the best drink In fe
vers, and when thickened with Biigar
h better than 83 nip of squills nnd
other nauseunts in many macs of
rough. Tomatoes act on tho liver nnd
bowels and are much moro pleasant
and safe, than blue pills and llver'regu
tutors. Tho Juice should bo used alone,
rejecting thy skins. The small-seeded
fruits such as blackberries, figs, rasp
berries, currants and strawberries
may bo classed among the best foods
nnd medicines. The sugar In them Is
nutritious, the acid Is cooling and
purifying, nnd trie seeds nro laxative.
We would-be much the gainers Iw wo
wuuiii iook more to our orcnarus anu
gardens for our medicines, and less to
our drugstores. To cure fever or act
on tho kidneys no febrifuge or diuretic
Is superior to water melons, which
may, with few exceptions, be taken In
sickness and health In almost unlimit
ed quantities, not only without Injury,
but with positive benefit. But in using
them the water, or Juice, should be
taken, excluding the pulp, and the
melon should be fresh and ripe, hut
not over-ripe nnd stnlc. Cincinnati
After a square meal and a night's
sleep the three Maine boys looked lit
to bo shipwrecked again. Captain
"Our schooner, when sho flew the
British flag, was wrecked on Western
Ear, which is one of two -caps of
ledges in tho Isle au Haute Channel,
near the mouth of Penobscot Bay,
Maine. When her owner. 0. E. Hick
nell of Ilocklnnd. rebuilt her, bu called
her after tho placo whero she had
been wrecked. Sho Is not Insured, but
her cargo Is."
When tho Spanish discovered Ven
ezuela they found the natives wearing
pearls for ornament nnu the fishery
is stilt nourishing today. -More than
400 buatn aru employed In tho work,
each ono paying about fi per year to
tho Government. Thu pearls arc of
fine quality, usually whltu or yllow
and rniely black. Only recently a
whlto pearl valud at (2000 was found.
Tno shell of tho pearl oyster of Ven
ezuela Is email nnd of poor quality.
Tho oysters themselves arc short-lived
eight years or so. A erench com
pany has lately been formed to ex
ploit tho fisheries by means of divers,
who tako only thu mature shells and
leave tbo smaller sartB, so that the
beds will not bo exhausted, Thu an
nual output of these fisheries Is about
$GOO,flOO. ami It Is said that most ol
tbo pearls, aro sold In Paris.
Tbo pioneer sections of the mange
Industry nra asserting themselves as
they did eight years aco. Tho or
anges am moving und the good times
must romo again. The world will de
mand moro sugar every year und
thero will bo n placo on tho market
for nil that can ha produce:! on tbo
Florida lands suited fur it. Wo have
Immense areas fit 'for llttlo else, nnd
tho reclamation of such lands In this
Stnto means so much clear gain. Irir
Instruments Filed for Record Decem
ber 3, ivui,
Jno. Kelly P. V. liyan I).
C, K, Schermerhorn J. K. Morgan
M. J. Bublca A. 8. Correa D.
C. II. Bishop et al. J. II. Coney.. D.
W. C. Acnl E. Pcrnandei U.
Jns. Ilakuole ct al. Klpahulu Su
gar Co. ... L.
Hlshop ft Co. L. Kahookclo ct al.
(loo Hoy Chas. LucaB MtK.
Wong Sun Chong Wong Tee... U.S.
Makua Kaal A. M. uealaula ,.,.1).
M. Cowan S, II. Kalclficana ...D.
Kalclhcana Mrs. M. Cowan V.
h. Kanao Mrs. M. Cowan .Canf.I).
A. M. Kealaula and hus. Mrs. M.
Est. Jno, II. Ltd. It. Knmale ....P.
I,. K. Puahl and hus. Lin Hop Co.
S. Mahoc et al. II, P. Baldwin..))
Instruments Filed for Record Decem
ber 3, 1901.
J. Atchcrly and wife O. A. Schu-
W. C. Ac-. a. Santos I)
A. Santos J. S. Mello Mtg.
Instruments Filed for Record Decern,
ber 4, 1901,
0. II. Huddy S. A. Macey Mtg.
E. B. Mlkaleml ct al. I. M. Popo
Wm. Abla It. P. Baldwin D.
A. W. A. Maka J. 8. Walker... I).
Moses Manu J. 8. Walker I).
Plo Pauolo J. 8. Walker D.
J. S. Walker and wife J. P. Cooko
and W. II. Hoogs D.
J. S. Walker and wife J, P. Cooke
and W. II. Hoogs D-
Recorded November 27, 1901.
Trustees Oahu College to Harriet
Needham; deed; lot 15, block 9, and
portion alley, Cohcge Hills tract, Ho
nolulu, Oahu; $1100. Book 229, page
2US. Dated November 2. H01.
Harriet Needham to Trustees Oahu
Collcgo; mortgage; lot IB, block 9, and
portion alley, Collego Hills tract, Ho
nolulu. Oahu: 1700. Book 227. nam
345. Dated November 2. 1901.
Recorded November 29, 1901,
Sctaro Tanlkawa to Loo Chone:
chattel mortgage; leaseholds, portions
11. I'.s 2S71, 2865. 338G. 3089, etc..
Honoullull. Ewa, Oahu; 525. Book
227, pnge 349. Bated November 26,
Trustees Oahu College to Mabel W.
Castle; deed; portion lot 2, block 1,
portion nlley, block 1. Collego Hills
tiact, Honolulu, Oahu; $324. Book
231, page 2S. Dated November 7. 1901.
George Lycurgus to Christina I. Pe
Ixoto; deed; lots 5 and S. Kalli Place,
Honolulu, Oahu; $3075. Book 231,
rago 31. Dated November 27, 1901.
(lus Schumnn to J. W. A. Red
house; release; lots 5 and fi, block 39,
Knlmukt tract, Honolulu, Oahu; $1440.
'took 221, pago 149. Dated November
Fred. L. Leslie to I.abela K. Svlva
et al.; release; Interest In II. P. 1252,
Kill. 1C92. Knllhl. Honolulu. Oahu;
250. Book 171. page 483. Dated No
vember 29. 1901.
Harry C. Davis and wlfo to II. P.
Rakln; deed; lot 40, block A. Kulao-l-nliun.
Honolulu. Oahu; $225 nnd mort
gage $2475. Book 229. pago 208. Dat
ed November 25, 1901.
MARRIED AN INDIAN
New York. Nov, 10. A special to tho
Herald from Houghton. Mich., says;
wedded to the man of her choice, a
quarter Indian, with whom she eloped,
Mary Ledyard Seymour, granddaughter
of former Governor Horatio Seymour
of New York, Is tho contented mistress
of a bumble homo In Marquette, where
the Seymour family Is one of the most
prominent. Her marriage marked tho
culmination of a romance.
When Horntlo Seymour Jr. nssumed
charge of tho extenslvo interests, of
Lord Drnsscy's Michigan Land and
Iron Company ho engaged a woodsman.
Henry St. Arnnuld, now about 05 years
old, to act as guide for his son and
daughter. Thus thrown together, n
warm attachment was formed between
the girl and St. Arnnuld In splto of the
grcnt disparity of tholr ages. They
realized that tho Seymour fnmllv
would oppose their marriage, and they
finally decided to elope. .They were
seen on a train by Sheriff Willis, who
v.dred the girl's parents and took her to
his resltlenco. Mr. nnd Mrs. Seymour
e-imc on the next trnln. All appeals,
However, railed to movo the daughter.
and, after St. Arnauld-too had pjeaded
that tho marriage be permitted, reluc
tant consent was accorded. Owing to
the prominence of the bride and of the
Seymour family, and to the humblo
station of the bridegroom, tho marriage
creniea a sensation. St. Arnauld la a
widower and has children older than
hit wife, who is only 20.
You have paid for two or three hornet 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.
THE AMOUNT PAD
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAD FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
'HOME TOO. j .j .j .
We have now on sale lots in the beautiful Puupueo Tract,
which eontalna the finest suburban property In Honolulu, Thla
tract commands a magnificent view of mountains and ocean, hat
macadamized streets, artesian water, and the electric ear line
pasaea through the property. For any further Information regard
ing prices, terms, etc., address
ISLAND REALTY COIVIP'Y
Iff BlV 1I1B BIllSBbBTf liH SMI--1 BllV Bffl BBHSBbJHHI
At the entrance
to the Famous
lao Valley, and
easy access to
volcano In the
for Tourists and
MAUI HOTEL wailuku,
1V1UI IMJ I JULty ISLAND OF MAUL
A. T. HAGBNKMP. Mrniagcr.
IMPORTANT TO SPORTSMEN.
Tho management of tho Hotel Halo-
Iwa makes tho announcement that It
has secured for tho exclustvo uso or
guests tho privilege of shooting gamo
over tho lands of the Oahu Hallway &
Land Company, In Walalua and Koo
lauloa. on tho Island of Oahu. 'ino
shooting of gamo on the said lands Is
prohibited by tho oahu Hallway n.
Ijnd Company to other than hotel
guests. Parties desiring to avail
themselves of theso privileges aro re
minded of the Btatuto requirement con
ccrnlng tho carrying of firearms.
U. 1'. 1AUKUA,
Hunting, shooting or tho carrying
of firearms on any of tho lands owned
or leased by tho OAHU RAILWAY .
LAND COMPANY Is absolutely for
bidden. All rights of tho company In
tho Districts of Walalua and Koolnu-
loa aro reserved for Halelwa Hotel.
Trespassers will bo prosecuted to
tho full extent of tho law.
B. F. D1LLINOIIAM,
Destruction of Injurious Insects.
Kor two or three years past the
vineyards of tho Beaujolais havo been
devastated by night-flying lcpldap
tcra. Kxpcrlments have lately been
uincio in the way of attracting tbem
by lights nnd destroying tuem by pe
troleum. An acctylcn lamp Is set up
above a basin about 18 Incncs In diam
eter. Tho basin Is partly filled with
water and over tbe water with a thin
layer of petroleum or of somo cheaper
oil. Tho lamp Is lighted about 9 p. m.
and hums till daylight, it attracts
crowds of Insects, somo of which are
burned, though many more fall on tho
oil and nro destroyed by its fumes or
by absorbing some of It. A slnglo ba
sin hns caught 4SC8 InscctB In one
ulght. In eighteen nights more than
170,000 moths wero destroyed. Tho
cost Is small, our lamps can be main
tained at an expenso of about seven
cents per night and thoy will protect
a hectaro if they ore burned tor twen
ty nights each year, say at an expense
of $1.10 exclusive of tho expense of la
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tako Laxntlvo Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tho monoy If It
falls to cure. L. W. Qrovo'a signature
Is on ench box. 25 ccnta.
Intending stecrngo passengers by
tho S. S. Alameda, leaving Honolulu
for San Francisco on December 4th,
aru hereby notified that they must ar
rango for transportation no. later than
5 p. m. Monday, December 2d. Thu
company will not guarantee to Issue
tickets after tho above date.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
POWER OF ATTORNEY.
During my absenco from tho Terri
tory, Hurbcrt Oilman, foreman of my
shop, will act for mo under full power
Honolulu, T. H Nov. 11, 1901.
B. R. BATH.
1991-1 m Plumber.
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night watchmen furnished for build
ings, business property and residences.
Builders will do well to consult Bow
ers In regard to watchmen.
ELECTION OF OF.-ICERS.
At the adjourned Annunl Meeting of
thu stockholders of tho Koloa Sugar
Company. Limited, hold thla day, tho
following officers wero elected to
servo during tho ensuing year:
Paul Isenberg .President
Hans Isenberg Vice President
W. Pfotenhauer Treasurer
F. Klamp Secretary
Armin Haneberg Auditor
Honolulu, December 2, 1901,
Located In the Famous Coallnga
Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, completely sur
rounded by as rich oil-producing wellt
as thero are In tho State, yielding from
30 to 250 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at tbe Coal
Inga wells, 70 cents por barrel.
With twenty-nvo producing wells ot
100 barrels each per day, you can
mako your own calculation bb U
Tho oil Industry of California la It
Its Infancy, yot many fortunes have
been made by Judicious and lucky in
vestments in oil stock. Many more
will bo made In tho near future
Tbe average advanco on original
sales of oil stock In twenty leadlne
companies In California has been
from $1 to $108 per sharo.
OH lands have advanced from $1.2(
to $1,000 and $2,000 per acre.
When tho Pacific Union Oil Com
pany 'has a number of producing wellt
on Its property, its stock will have
tho samo show for oven a greater aa
vancc, as Bonio oil stock has advanced
from $1 to $1,500 per sharo.
The Pacific Union Oil Company nil
no salaried offlcere, and Is controlled
by well-known gentlemen of Integrity
who will sco that tho money derived
from tho sale of stock will bo legitl
roatcly applied to tho dovolopmont ol
For further Information, apply to J
II. FISIinil & CO., Stock and Bond
llrokcrs, nnd Hawaiian ngents fnr the
salo of a limited amount ot Pncltlr
Union Oil Company stock. Stangdii
wald building, Merchant streot.
Vino .lob Printing at tlio Bul
National City, Cal., Nov. 1. 1901,
To Whom It May Concern:
This Is to certify that tho under
signed company Is tbo originator, solo
owner and manufacturer of Komel,
tho pure Julco of tho Qrapo Fruit.
That said Komel is protected by
trade mark Issued under tho laws of
tho United States, and that tho Con
solidated Soda Water Works Com
pany, Limited, or Honolulu. T. 11.. aro
tho oxcluslvo agents for tno snlo of
said product, as bottled by us for do
mestic trade, and for tho manufacture
and salo of tho carbonated form thero;
of. In tho lorrltory embracing tho
wholo of tho Hawaiian Islands.
Wo do not put up any Grape Fruit
product unoer any other name.
CALIFORNIA CITRUS PRODUCTS
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Honolulu. November 14, 1991.
On and after December 1st next all
freights must be prepaid unless other
arrangements be mado at tbe offlca
of tbe company, corner Fort and
Queen streets, previous to that date.
C. L. WIOHT. President
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Notice to 8hlppira.
Shippers aro notified that a new
freight schedule will go into effect oa
ard after December 1st, 1901,
Information In regard to changes In
rates can bo obtained at the office ot
tho company, corner Fort and Queca
C. L. WIGHT.
1991-io Jan. 1 President
All members of Honolulu Local
Union, No, 1, aro requested to nttonn
regular meeting next Thursday even
ing, as business ot tho utmost Impor
tance will bo brought up tor action.
THOS. M. nAB,
SAM RAMSAY, Hoc. Secy.
!Wlll bo received at tho office of tho Su
perintendent of Public Works till 12
o'clock noon of Monday,' December
tCth, 1901, for 1200 tons ot coal, to be
delivered at tho Pumping Stations ot
tbo Water Works. Specifications at
tbo office ot tho Superintendent ot Wa
Tho Superintendent docs not bind
himself to accept tho lowest or any bid.
(Big) J.' II. BOYD.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, Dcc-"t 2, itiOI.
Tbo annunl meotlng nf tho Hnwall
no Chlneso Coffeo Land Co., Ltd,, will
ho held In tho nlllco of Wlpg Wo
Cnnn Co., Saturday. Doromhor 7th. nl
p. m. slinrp. C1IANO CIIAU,
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