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BVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T MONDAY, DEC. 9, 1901
Line of Travel.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The (teamen of this lino will arrive and leave this port an hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
SIERRA DEC. 11 SONOMA DEC. 10
ALAMEDA . . DEC. 21 ALAMEDA DEC. 25
BONOMA JAN. 1 VENTURA DEC. 31
ALAMEDA JANl u ALAMEDA JAN. 15
,VENTURA JAN. 22 SIERRA JAN. 21
ALAMEDA FEB. 1 ALAMEDA FEB. 5
BJERRA. FEB. 12 SONOMA FEB. 11
ALAMEDA FEB. 22 ALAMEDA i.FEB. 26
BONOMA. MAR. 6 VENTURA MAR. 4
ALAMEDA MAR.15 ALAMEDA MAR. 19
CENTURA MAR. 20 SIERRA MAR. 25
ALAMEDA APRIL 6 ALAMEDA APRIL 9
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road from San Francisco to all potuts In the United States, and from Now
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FOR JAPAN AND
PEKING JAN. 18
GAELIC JAN. 28
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MOANA FEB. 15
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FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Daly THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
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ing and Library Cars, with Barber
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Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
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Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 $8.
Heielili Office, 315 Fort St.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for your message
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA. - HAWAII
J. G. IIENRIQUES, PROP.
, Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered for
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Manna Loa
aVKallua and take passengers overland
to Hookena, -where tho steamer 1b met
Qawaiiai Tramway's Time
KINO STREET LINE.
Can It.v. Wilklkl for town lliil.ill.fili
andavtry ismlnutasthtrtafttr till ioas n:is and
H4SPM iron waiKim goto ina runanou i..i
Cut Lava R Range or Puu twitch (or town .1
s SJA M. anievery is minute, thereafter till 11 08PM
Car. Lav Fort ana Kins ltreet. corntr for Palama
16 10 a M. and .very ij nlnutal after till 11 .3
Care leave for Palama only at s and noAN
Carl leave Palama for Welklkf J 4) A M. and every
15 mlnutel till 9 41PM. tnen at 10 13 and 10 43 "
The 11 13 p M. from Palama tor Punabou only goes
to Walklkl on Saturdays
Carl leav. Fort and Klne ttreetl corner foi Rifle
Range at 3 to and (VAM
Carl leave Fort and King itreete corner for Walklkl
at 6 03 A M and every 13 minute, till 10 03P M. then at
10 13 and 1 1 03 P M, The 1 1 13 P M. got! to Walklkl
on Saturday, only,
BERETANIA STREET AND t'UUANU VAILEV.
Cart Itava Punahou Stable for Town at I le and
for Town and Valley at 3 40 3 30 6 10 V m 6 40 7 and
a A M.
Cart leave Oahu College for town and Valley at
6 jo 6 30 and t 10 A M and ever) to mlnutei till 10 10
PM except in even nourananau, uuui van wmiii,
run from the Stable
Carileave Nuuanu Valley at 6 10 6 10 6 30 A M and
every to mlnutei thereafter till 10 30 P M
Can leave Fort and Ouecn itreetl for Punahou
College at 6 03 6 ej 6 43 A M and every 10 mlnutei
after till 0 43PM Alter mat in can run to in
SUM up ton 30PM, which 11 in laitcar from town,
reaching the Staple at mia P M
London, Nov. 9. The Oth of Nov em
ber Is alwnjs Interesting, because at
the Lord Major's banquet the Prime
Minister makes a speech at a moment
when Parliament has not been sitting
for some time. Interest in tho occa
sion tonight was far greater than usu
al, becauso tho British pcoplo wished
to near wnai Lorn tsausuury nan tu
say on tho war.
Hut when ho had made his speech
the Interest of his hearers was con
centrated rather on tho speaker thau
on tho speech. The English now spa
pers win probably retrain rrom cu
ing to their readers the full impres
sion which Lord Salisbury gnvo to hit,
audience. What he said Is set forth
In thu report which follows, hut the
speaker tonight was certainly mora
interesting thun his speech.
The Marquis of Salisbury Bhowed
clearly to every listener why he no
longer combines the ofilces of Prlmo
Minister nud Foreign Secretary. Thn
strain of the South African war, which
shortened thn life of the lato Queen
Victoria, added to tho death of tho
Marchioness of Salisbury, has strong
tinned tho attack of years upon Eng
land's political leader.
Ph)slcally he looks Improved by his
holiday in the south of France, hut as
he spoko men who havo listened to
him for jears recognized that a great
chnngo had come oer Mm. Ho left
his sentences, onco so terse, unfinish
ed. Ills vigor and grasp of thlnirl
seemed to bo relaxed. "Salisbury, the
Cynic," who onco cared not for what
any man said, seemed to bo smarting
under criticism to which ho was no
lenger able to retort with his answers
In a word, tho speech saddened his
hearers, who wero forced to tho con
elusion when It had ended, that they
bad been listening to a great man wiia
had finished his life's work.
There must bo no mlstako in regard
to tho attitude, that Lord Salisbury
took In regard to tho South Afilcau
war. It was one of dogged determina
tion to "seo 11 through," but in his
manner of speaking, In his frequent
falluro to get the words for what ho
wished to say, In tho absence ofthos
cynical epigrams which have been
characteristic of his speeches; and In
truth In the whole manner of tho
man, there was that which convinced
his hearers (hat Lord Salisbury has
reached the end of his great strength.
Besides tho Prlrao Minister thera
were present the Right Hon. C. T.
Ritchie, Homo Secretary; tho Earl of
Selborne, First Lord of the Admiralty,
and other members of the administra
tion, and representatives of tho bench
and tho city. Lord Salisbury, In re
sponding to tho toast or "His Majes
ty's Ministers," said:
Peace of the World,
In considering tho embarrassment
and difficulties in which it may be
thought that our country is standing.
It Is a matter for congratulation that
tho peaco of tho world has been on
tho wholo so little disturbed, and that
wo havo found such a kindly feeling
and such a correct attitude on tho
pnrt of nil tho Powers with whom wo
line been In alliance, I Centura to
Instruments Filed for Record Decem
ber 6, 18901.
E. Van lino ct nl Hutchinson Su
gar Plantation Co L.
W. C. Achl It. D. Meau Mtg.
Kaplolanl Est., Ltd. It. D. Mead. Mtg.
M. Snlffen and husband S. M. Da
N. Makaena S. M. Damon D.
JaB. Brown F. V. Macfarlano,.Mtg.
Instruments Filed for Record Decem
ber 7, 1901.
Kahakumakalanl et at. Kula D.
Kaauwai ct al. Kula D.
O. Selbcr II. F. Sclber D.
K. Matsumoto Y. Kawakaml...C.M.
Geo. Watt II. O. Owlncy D.
Instruments Filed for Record Decern
Dee. 9, 1901.
Honokaa Sugar Co A. 1). Lindsay. D.
Z. anilThos O'Dowda A. B. Llnd
Jas. Cook ct als. Hllo Mercantile
J. Rodrlgucs and wife O. Lcitz.,Mtg.
F. Gomoi and wire J. r. Martins... u.
J. do llego and wife M. I. Fernan
Pioneer Building and Loan Ass'n
H.J. Auld Tic!.
II. J. Auld and wife C. Purdy ....D.
L. Smith Mrs. M. Smith D.
C. Ventura O, W. Locktngham and
wlfo Agrt. Ad.
N. Ahlna Alt bing nnd Ah Pol ....L.
John Fltzgernld E Fuhr ct aj. . .Itcl.
Kapau and husband Mrs. E. Ka-
Mrs. E. Knwelo Mrs. J. A. Paaklki.D.
Kahalepuna C. B. Cockctt Mtg.
Mas. Manakul Akau D.
O. McMillan J. Corrca D.
O. McMillan M. T. Frcltas D.
K. FuJItant S. Nakada D.
K. Iwaoka T. W. Lindsay D.
M. Colman and wife A. C. Palfrey. D.
A. C. Palfrey Aftt.
Mrs. K. Kino ct al. M. K. Macho-
do et al D.
A. Kamakcle Kcaht D.
S. Mehcula L. F. Aharez Mtg.
II. Kin Wat Allen & Robinson... Mtg.
M. nnd R. F. Daly Bishop & Co .Mtg.
C. Brown, Tr. John Kelly Rcl.
P. F. Ryan John Kelly Mtg.
M L. Salgada J. P. Mcdclros et al.D.
Mahelonn Enoka D.
J. Paaluhl Lcong Kow L.
i Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR I8LAND PORT8.
(Subscribers to tbo BULLETIN
nrjt receiving their papers promptly
will confer 11 favor by notifying tho
Business Offico; Telephone 250.
tho wars of tho nineteenth century
after the sent of gocrnment had been
captured thcro had been really no de
lay In the nrrangement of peace. Sel
dom had such wars been carried on
further than tho conquest of tho seat
of gov eminent, hut when they had
geno past that point thpy had alwajs
been lengthy. Ho gate notable in
stances of guerrilla warfare in modern
history In which long efforts had been
necessary before ultlmato lctory was
assured. It was absurd to supposo
that Great Britain would not bo able
to meet due and expected difficulties
because after the capture of Pretoria
guerrilla warfare was not Immediate
ly concluded. It would bo discourage
Ing if thcro wero any grounds for be
lieving that Great Britain was not now
making sufficient progress.
Making Sure and substantial Progress.
Tho Prime Minister proceeded In
his gravest tonest 'Therein lies' OH ft
tllirtculty. Wo cannot lay before ou
tho wholo circumstances of the ensc.
Wo cannot tell you publicly all that Is
gclng on. Wo should be gravely neg
lecting our duty If wo did. Yet It Is
only by somo cueh ret elation that we
can glvo jou full and cntlro satisfac
tion. "All I can say Is. nnd I am speaking
the Judgment of thoso who havo thu
best opportunity for determining whnt
Is really going on, that wo aro mak
ing month by month and week bj
week suro and substantial progress.
His Answer to Criticism.
"Tho belief has been expressed In
public that It Is owing to some neglect
or lukewarmncss on the part of tho
Government that tho war has not been
brought to nn earlier conclusion.
There Is no doubt that guerrilla war
faro has been considerably diminish
ed, and wo do not admit that any act
or neglect on our part has had any
thing to do with the prolongation of
tho war. It is easy to say these things
against us, and It Is absolutely Impoa
slble to rerute them without betray
ing our duty. Wo maintain that
there Is no ground for saying that tho
Government has In any degrco neg
lected Its duty, either in meeting the
demands of the Generals on the spot
or In making other preparations nec
essary tor tno conduct or the war.
Lord Salisbury went on to say that
he hoped that this declaration would
Induce a more confident feeling In tho
country. Turning to the many critics
of his Government, he complained
that tho Indefinite, nature of their
charges made it Impossible for tho ad
ministration to defend itself.
His Offer to the Boers.
Tho position nt tho Government had
not changed. It desired nothinn bet
ter than bringing back these territo
ries tn the blessings or the British
Empire, that they should enjoy imme
diately peace, freedom and civil rights
nnd, within tho earliest opportunity
which circumstances and tlmo might
permit, that thoy should enjoy thn
other blessings of self government
which wero enjojed by all tho British
sell governing colonics.
Continuing tho Marquis said: "Wo
are met with the assertion by our op-
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.
THE AMOUNT PAD
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
We have now on tale 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
30-4 JUOD BUILDINa.
Recorded December 2, 1901.
T. Dickson and wlfo to Western &
Hawaiian Investment Company, Lim
ited; mortgage; lot CJ, King street
tract, Honolulu. Oahu; $1500. Book
227, pago STL Dated September 18,
E. Punt to Koloa Sugar Company,
Limited; lease; water rights in R.
Ps. 3i;SG and 3C87, right of way fof
ditch across R. P. u8i, Koloa, Ka
uai; twmty jears at $70. Book 228,
pago 552. Dated September 14, 1901,
L. Opeua to Koloa utigar Company,
Limited: lease; interest in water right
or R. P. 4312, Kill. S313, Ptinahclu,
Koloa, Kauai; twenty jears at $20.
Book 228, pago SSI. Dated September
II. K. Mlka to Koloa Sugar Com
pnnj, Limited; lease; one half Interest
In wnter right of It. p. 4187. Kill. 332U.
Ap. 2, Ktklnola, Koloa, Kauai; twenty
j ears at $0. Book 228, pago 337. Dat
ed August 19, 1901.
K. lloopll to Koloa Sugar Compinj.
Limited; lease.; Intcicst In wnter right
of It. P. 37u5, Kill. 3338. Knllilll. Ko
loa, Kauai; twentj jears at $21. Dat
ed August 19, 1901.
Recorded December 3, 1901.
C. II. Bishop to J. H. Coney; deed;
piece land, Niumalu, Llhuc, Kauai;
$10. Book 231, page 33. Mated Octo
bcr 12. 1901.
W. C. Achl and wlie .o E. Fernan
dez; deed; lot 20. block i. Kaplolanl
tract, Honolulu, Oahu; $500. Book
231, pago 30. Dated November 11,
M. Kaal and husband to A. M. Kc
nlaula; deed; sharo in hul land of Ho
lunloa. North Kona, Hawaii; $1. Book
231, pago 37. Dated August 21, 1901.
M. Cowan and husband to S, II .
Kalelheana; deed; threo shares In hul
land of Holualoa 1 nnd 2, Nnrtn Kona,
Hawaii; $300. Book 231, pago 38. Dat
ed November 15. 1901
Estate John II to It. Kamnlo; deed;
pleco land, Walplo, Ewa, Oahu; $1.
Book 229, pago 227. Dated December
S. Mahoo et al to II. P. Baldwin
deed; Interest In sharo hut land of
Ulitmalu, Hamaktialoa. Maul; $150,
Book 229, pago 228. Dated November
A. Santos to J. S. Mcllo: mort
gage; lots 6, 7 and 9, block 19, Kalu
lanl tract, Honolulu, Oahu; $200,
Book 230, pago 92. Dated November
liB'l UTi -. fT"- .?
nnrr:i'jrir,t r -n7?.4Lnkw-
HaVT'-r4Vli'.l i -aE4 -'..':?-. LKu
siaiiiBjrrri ru "BBiiBaiiiice- f .'X7' '
At the entrance
to the Famous
lao Valley, and
easy access to
volcano In the
for Tourists and
ISLAND OF MAUI.
A. T. HACBNKAMP. Mannfler.
IMPORTANT TO 8PORTSMEN.
Thn mnnacement of the Hotel Hale-
twa makes tbo announcement that it
has secured for tho cxclustvo uso of
guests tho prtvllega of shooting game
over the lands of tho Oahu Railway &
Land Company, In Wnlalua and Koo
lauloa, on tho Island of Oahu. 'Ino
shooting of gamo on tho "Bald lands Is
prohibited by tho Oahu Railway &
Land Company to other than hotel
Kticsts. Parties desiring to avail
themselves of thoso privileges aro re
minded of tho statuto requirement con
ccrning tbo carrying of firearms.
U. I'. IAUKHA.
Notice Is hereby given that Mr. Thco.
F. Lansing has been appointed agent
for tho Trustees of Gear. I.anslng &
Co. W. O. SMITH.
S. E. DAMON,
W. 11. BAIKD,
A. V. GEAR.
T. F. LANSING.
Honolulu, November 5th, 1901.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned having been duly
appointed tho administrator of tho cs-
tato or II. A. nay, lato or Honolulu,
Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii,
Notice Is hereby given to nil persons
to present their claims against the es
tate of said D. A. Kay. deceased, duly
authenticated, whether secured by
mortgago or otherwise, to the under
signed at tho office of tbo United
Stntcs Marshal. In the J u ".clary build
ing, Honolulu, Oahu. aforesaid, within
six months from tho dato hereof, or
they will bo forever barred.
And all persons indebted to said es
tate aro hereby requested to mako Im
mediate pajment to tho tindeislgned.
Dated Honolulu. Nor. 25th, 1901.
E. R. HENDRY.
Administrator of tho Estato of D. A.
2003 Nov. 25; Dec. 2. 9. 10.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit. Territory of Hawaii.
Emily Alves vs. Joso S. Alves. Sum
mons. Tho Territory of Hawaii; To
tho High Sheriff of tho Territory of
Hawaii, or his Dcputj. tbo Snerlff of
tho Island of Oahu. or his Deputy In
tbo Territory of Hawaii: You aro
ftnmmnntlnil tn mimmnn Jntin R. AlVCS.
iiunung, snooting or mo carrying Defendant, n enso ho shall nlo writ
of firearms on any of tho lands owned Scn answer within twenty dnjs after
or leased by tho OAHU RAILWAY & servlco hereof, to bo and appear be-
i.ai.w u.m-.uM is uunuiuieiy ur- fora tho Baltl circuit court al tno iso-
bidden. All rights of tho company In
the Districts of Wnlalua and Koolau
Ion aro reserved for Halelwa Hotel.
Trespassers will bo prosecuted to
tho full extent of tbo law.
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1899.
STATIONS. OAIIY DAILY
(OutrJ) ex Sun daily ex Sun daily daily
AM AM. AM I'M PM
Honolulu .... e 10 o if 1105 31s 510
Peirl Clly.,,. So) o3 1140 Ht S to
hwa Mill ,,,, 8 J 10 c8 1. 00 40 .10
Walana. 10 so 4 41
Walalua IMS S 40 ,,,.
Katiuki, la 0 IS ....
(Inwam) ei Sun. daily daily daily
A M A M I" M P M
Kahuku SIS 'A
Walalua J 10 e 'o
Walanae T 10 ... J JJ
Ewa Mill w ii 1 os 4 la
Peail City (is 8l ") 4 !
Honolulu .. . . e s 8)1 1S I
F C. SMITH, Gcn'l Pass. & Ticket Agt.
Q, P. DENISON, Superintendent
say that fifty years ago that would not ipouents that thoy will accept nothing
havo been tho case. It is a great lm-but Independence. Wo reply to neigh
piovcment in our public habits of bors "who attack us on two days' no
thought that we have through all theso tlcc, who havo evidently spent mora
difficulties enjojed as favorable c.cr-than ns many years In accumulating
talnly as neutral, a position as any of .materials ror a colossal war of ludn
tho governments of Europe could have
been ablo to occupy. That has been
no small advantage
"A slight cloud during tho last few
vvcekB sottled over the easterd end of
tho Mediterranean, hut It has passed
away. That Is a great achievement. 1
do not think that difficulties so great
or opportunities so embarrassing
would fifty jears ago havo left bo light
a mark upon tho history of our tlmo.
"There is really nothing upon which
tbo cyo can dwell of a serious nnturn
except tho snda nd lamentable war
that wo aro still pursuing In South
Deprecates Pessimism at Home.
Tho Premier deprecnted tho pessi
mism oxprcssed by public men ami tha
newspapers of tho eouutrj', for which,
ho declared, ho saw nn cause, Hu
thought that steady and unvarying
progress toward a successful Issue wat
nbsolutelj si cured, Undoubtedly, the
vol had not reached n conclusion in
curly as thoy had cxpeeted, but, he
thought that ninth of tho feeling of
neiMiusness ami disappointment was
due to tho fact that tho Mud of war
In which thoy wero engaged had not
been rlglitlj taken Into lonsldoiutlon.
Ho recalled tho fact that In most of
pendence, which Is Inconsistent with
That tho trouble should never recur
was, he believed, tho deep resolve nt
tho British people. However, much
sacrifice and labor Is required, ho felt
suro tlrcy would enthusiastically sup
port their Government, whntover hap
pened. Ho was convinced that thu
country recognlied how deeply tho In
terests of the British Emplro worn
bound up In carrying to a successful
Ifsiio the undertaking which they had
taken up nnd that thoy would not al
low themselves by any temporary dlf.
flcully or Imaginary discouragement to
bo drawn nway from this result.
Tho effect which tho British Emplro
will exerclbo over thu destinies of tho
world nnd tho position It will occupy
in the commonwealth of nations will
not bo decided, said tho British Prima
Minister, merely hy passion or enthii
slnsm. A fin more precious and moie
olTectlvo quality wns that of determi
nation that no (llsenuragement 1111
iinnslng Inconvenient 0, should deter
thorn for a moment from cairjlng out
I stenilliy. lengthily nnd doggedly the
Itollcy width they believed to bo the
policy of tho Empiio.
"I was with Roosevelt," said tho
tattered traveler as ho applied at tho
back door for a hand-out.
Mrs. Mcddergrass Immediately got
busy. Visions of San Jew an Hill and
tho later glories of the Whlje House
wero conjured up bofore her unsophis
ticated vision at the mention of tho
namo of the Strenuous One.
"Is It possible?" she exclaimed In
a Gus Weinberg tono.
"Yes, madam, I had that honor," re
plied tho t. t.
"Well, their air Indeed a pleasuro,"
said Mrs Mcddergrass, as she cut off
a few slices of bread, extra thick.
"How'll jou havo ycr eggs? Turned
over? Let mo help jou to somo of
this told chicken. I wlsht Josh nn'
tho bojs was hero. Mlraudj', gt this
gen'lman a stuffed chair out o' thu
pollar. sugar In jcr toffj7 Must bo
a powerful line man, that Mr. Ruscfelt.
The pros 0 dent, too think o' that!
Sally, fan tho files offen this gcn"lman
while ho cats. Help jcrself to tho
bam. Them Rough Riders was great
fighters. Lick tnelr weight In wild
cats. So jou seen Teddy?"
"Yes, madam, I was with Rooso
volt" "Right with him at tho battle of San
Jew an Hill?'
"Ob, no not thoro."
"Why," said tho tattered traveler,
as be edged safely toward tho door. "1
was on do same sldo o' do street wld
him one day lu Washington w'en hu
was "slstaut seccertary o' do navj"
ft W ' IS S l' a W tt, f VI )S IS
Lord Selborne, First Lord of tho Ad
miralty, speaking bcforo Lord Salis
bury, referred to tho accidents to the
Colun and other torpedo boat destroy
crs, which had caused tho public to
fear that their design was faulty and
that they wero lintrustwoithy. Ho
said that tho ilestrojcrs wero an In
tegral part and tho most valuable of
thu British Nnj Tho Admiral! j had
decided to Impiovo them by adding
materially to their sticugth.
"Your langvltch" said tho mj sti
fled lorelgner, "cos so haul to miner
stand', Wn n man owes jou monoy
jou tay tn him ho must paj up hy
putting ze tash down Chleago Tilb-uue.
As tho. Wisconsin will not como In
tho harbor, YOUNQ BROS.' launches
will leavo Queen street landing every
half-hour between 1 and 5 p. m. and
will carry passengers to tho battle
ship. FARE ROUND TRIP, $1.00.
POWER OF ATTORNEY.
During my absence from tho Terrl
tcry, Hnrbort Ohman, foreman of my
shop, will act for mo under full power
of attorney. ,
Honolulu, T. II., Nov. 11, 1901.
E. it. BATH,
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night watchmen furnished for bull 1-
Ings, business property and residences.
Builders will do well to consult Bow
ers In regard to watchmen.
vembcr Term thereof, to bo holdcn nt
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, on Mondaj.
tho 4th day of November next, at 10
o'clock n. m . to show cause why tho
claim of Emily Alves, Plaintiff, should
not bo awarded to her pursuant to
the tenor of her annoxed Libel for Di
vorce. And havo jou then thcro this
Writ with full return of your proceed
WITNESS Hon. A. B. Humphreys,
First Judge of the Circuit Court
of tho First Circuit, at Honolulu,
Oahu, this 11th day ot Octo
(Slg) J. A. THOMPSON.
I certify tho foregoing to be a truo
copy of tho original Summons In said
cause, and that said Court ordered
publication of the samo and a contin
uance of said cause until tho next
February, A. D. 1902, term of this
P. DANSON KELLETT JR,
Dated Honolulu. Oahu. Nov. 13, 1901.
F. M. Brooks Esq , attorney for libel
lant. fit Dec. 2. 9. lfi. 23. 30! Jan. .
Intending passengers by tho steam
er Sonoma, leaving Honolulu for San
Francisco on Decomhcr 10th, aro here
by notified that tno abovu mentioned
steamer will bo given quickest pos
slblo dispatch and will not remain at
th's port moro than six hours, day or
Tickets for tho abovo sailing must
bo purchased at tho ofilco of tho 11 n
derslgned not later than Monday, Do
cembcr 9th. Tho Company will not
guarantcv to receive baggago after tho
nu hal of tha steamer, nor to arrango
transportation after tho auovo dato.
WM. (J. IRWIN H CO, LTD.
2012 3t General Agents O. 8. S. Co.
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Honolulu. November 14, 1901.
On and alter December 1st next all
freights must bo prepaid unless other
arrangements bo made at the office
of tho company, corner Fort and
Queen streets, previous to that date.
C. L. WIOHT, President.
Tho adjourned annual meeting of.
tho stockholders of tho Oahu Kugai
Company, l.lnilttd, will ho Ik Id on
Wednesdnj, December 11th, 1901 nt
10 o'clock n m, In the met ling room
above the 0IIU0 of Messrs. Cnstio &
Coolto, Limited. r' KAI.MP,
201J Dec. 7. 9 10. Secretary.
The Bulletin, 75 cents rr month.
WILDER'S 8TEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Notice to 8hlpperi.
Shippers aro notified that a now
freight Bchedulo will go Into effect on
nrd after December Ht, 1901.
Information In regard to changes In
rates can bo obtained at the ofilco ot
tho company, corner Tort and Queen
C. L. WIQIIT.
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