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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., TUE8DAY, DEC, 10, 1901,
Lint of Travel.
Oceanic Steamship Company
, The steamers
of this lino will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
Ji . !on. lth.,tne Minng or the above steamers, the agents are pre
farea to issne, to Intending passengers, conpon through tickets by any rail
roM from San Francisco to alt points In the United States, and from New
Tort by any steamship lino to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
- OENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Meamer of the above companies 'will call at Honolulu and
cava mis port on or about
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
NIPPON MARU DEC. 18
PERU DEC. 26
COPTIC JAN. A
AMERICA MARU JAN. 11
GAELIC JAN. 28
IIONOKONO MARU FED. 6
FOR OENERAL INFORMATION
If. HrfVCKFIBLO &
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of the above line, running In connection wlUi the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAV CO. between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney. N.-fi.tV.,
and calling at Victoria, B. C. Honolulu and Brisbane, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below stated, vie:
From Vancouver anu Victoria, B. C
(For Brisbane and Sydney.)
MIOTCERA DEC. 21
AORANOI UIAN. 18
MOANA jKEH. 15
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
urcpe. For Freight and Passage r.nd all genertl Information, apply to
Theo. H. Davlcs & Co., Ltd.. Gen'l Agent.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
MEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast
. 8. OREGONIAN, .8,000 tons, ;to sail about Dec20.
B. B. CALIFORNIA, .6,000 tons, toisall
8. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, U sail
rretgbt received at Company's wharf, 42nd fltrect. South Brooklyn, at
, all times. For lurtaer particulars, apply to
C. P. M0R6B,"
Qeneral -Frelflht gent fi. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
aVCROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FBJLNCUCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Omly THUCB DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York,
fllll aw Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing aavd library Cars, with Barber
Mop and Pleasant Reading Booms.
Dialog Gar (Meala a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
I Pullman Ordinary Sleepers,
at LOTHROP, General Agent
115 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
t W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
. L. LOMAX. G. P. T. A.,
147 Omaha, Nebraska.
Telephone to All Puts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. Q. UENRJQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered for
8EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauna Loa
at Kailua and take passengers overland
to Hookena, where the steamer Is met
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND P0RT8.
SuWiiliera to tlio BULLETIN
net receiving their papers promptly
will confer n fnvor by notifying tlio
Business Office; Teleplione 250.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
SONOMA DKO. 10
ALAMEDA DEC. 25
VENTURA DEC. 31
ALAMEDA JAN. 15
SIERRA JAN. 21
ALAMEDA FED. 6
SONOMA FED. 11
ALAMEDA FED. 25
VENTURA MAR. 4
ALAMEDA MAR. 19
HlbRRA MAR. 25
the dates bellow mentioned.
FOR AN FRANCISCO.
COPTIC DEC. 30
AMERICA MARU DEC. 30
PEKINO DEC. 27
GAELIC JAX. 3
HONGKONG MARU JAN. 11
CHINA JAN. JO
DORIC JAN. 31
NIPPON MARU FED. 8
APPLYTO-P. M. S.'s.'co.
CO, LTD. AGENTS.
hiam 8ydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, B. C.)
AORAStOI 3IRC. 18
MOANA. JAN. 15
8EKD TOUR "
TOD CAN DO IT HOW
TIE INTER ISLAND
' TaEQRAPM COMPANY
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the groupexcept Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 $9.
iMilita Office, 36 Fart St.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for your message
flawaiiai Tramway's Tine
rtNG STREET LINE.
Cart luvt Walklkl for town at 5 4$. i$.i43 A M
jad tvciy ifmlnuttf UwrcAflcr tltl 10 if. iiiij and
irjsPM. from Waiklkl to to the Punahou Stablt.
Cart laava R Riot Pawaa iwftcfe far town at
$ ija M. and tvery 19 ! ihtrtilter till it oIp.m
Cart Itava Fort and Kbit atrtcti corntr tor Parana
ata-io AM. and avtry if nlnuttt after till 11 aj
Cart ttavt for Palaraa only at 1 and jjoAH,
Lara ttavt Palana for Waiaikf $ am and tvtvy
15 ntavttt till 9 4$ P . then at to 1 9 and iV4f P.M.
Tna 11.15 P M, from Palatoa for Punahou only goo
to WalUfcl on Saturdays
Cart Usavt Port and Kin,- ttrctfs corner for RKlt
Ranet at 10 and uoAM.
Cart Leavt Fort and Kins; straaH earner for Walklkl
ale os A m and every ij nlnuttt till ioojP.m, then at
10 y and 11.15 P m. The 11 jj p m goes to Walklkl
BERETANIA STREET AND WUAhU VALLEY.
Cart leave Punahou Stible for Tow at j j and
for Town and Valley at s 40 3 y t 10 s aj 6 40 7 and
Cart leavt Oanu Coltere for town and Vat lev at
6 o 6 $0 and tiio 4 M and ever) 10 minuiet till 10 10
p m except ma even nour ana nair, nour cars wnicn
run from the Stable.
Cart leavt Nuuanu Valley at 6 to 6 jo 6 jo A.M and
tvery 10 minutes thereafter till 10 jo p m
Cars leava Fort and Outin fctreeti for Puaahou
College at 6 05 6 ij 6 49 A m and tvery 10 nlnuttt
nvr 1111 q 4) r m Air mi in ti run i tarn
Stable up to 11 jop M.whlcblsihelaitcar Iron Town,
reaching th Stable at 11 90 pm
O, R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 189?. '
STATIONS, uaiiy daily
(Otit.ard) ei, Sun, DAILY ex Sun DAI LV DAILY
AM AM. AM I'.M PM
Honolulu ... Tie 911 11 os j 11 10
PmiI City.,,, (ni o3 1140 lit o
t Mill,... I) 101S lino 41 t 10
WAIin..,, 10 JO 44
Walalu. nt) ... , 149
Kihuki it $t ... . 6 i)
Ew Mill ..
U Sun. DAILY DAILY DAILY
AM AM PM PM
f 10 .. ))
T 41 I 01 4 II
So I 10 4
'Ho I t ,) lt
F C. SMITH, Oen'l Pass. & Ticket Agt.
10. P. DENISON, Superintendent
MEN! DO YOU!
IsaU 1 itaV
Drugs won't retorcyour strength. They only stimulate. If
you have to take a stimulant, tako whisky. Taken In moderation,
It docs less -arm than tho others.
"Every sign of pain and sickness has disappeared. I appre
ciate what your Delt has done for me," writes J. Schwarz, Cole
ridge, Trinity County, Cal.
I will gladly Bend you my book freo on this subject. It has 82
pages of meat to people who want more "fire." Scaled, free.
Dr. M. H. McLaughlin, VS.TVSir.
ON PROCEED OF FAIR
AMD LUAU RECENTLY
Catholic Goiwnt Gets 13,361.25
Expenses Were $655,75
Hawaiian Fancy Booth Did
Mrs. J. F. llowlcr, treasurer of the
executhe committee which organized
the big fair and luau at the drill shed
u fteek or so ago, has made her report
to the committee which gives testi
mony of the great success of tho uffulr.
The total .amount realized at the fair
and luau nas $4,017 and tho expenses
were fCSR.76, leaving a net totla for tho
Catholic Sisters ot $3,361.25. The Ha
uullan fancy booth In charge ot Prin
cess KaLonlunaolc, Mrs. V. M. Qlffard,
I.uck Akl And R. Mania!, stands at tho
top of the list with $475 GIV. Tho re
irlpts from the other booths wero as
Fnnpy Booth Mrs. John Ijtcns, Mrs.
Smithies, II Us Kate Cooper, Mrs. V.
Kruger, Mrs. Amoy, Mrs. Morris, Keo
bokalolc, 123.. ,
Clothing Booth Mrs. John Sullhan.
Mrs. T. Ilolllngcr, .Misses Evans, Lu
cas, HollLuger and Sulllinn, $210.80.
Pillow Booth Mrs. Ijimacli, Mrs.
Sinclair. Miss Perry, Miss Gumey, Mrs.
Live Doll JJooth Mrs. J. S. Walker,
Mrs. Miiry Ounn, J11-..70.
Lemonade Booth Misses N'ellte and
SailM McUls, Daisy I.lshman, $137.40.
Ice Cream Booth Mrs. John Una.
Mrs. E. D. Ttnncy, $128.25.
Orab Box- Airs. McVeigh. iUffl Hcr
rick, Mrs. Ellis, $99 25.
Candy Booth Mrs. Bruhn, Miss Ln
Oros, MI&s Mollis Clark, Mrs. CJcason,
Miss Helen Smith, $95.
Japanese Bouth Mrs. ImanUhJ, Mrs.
J. Podmore, Mm. .Henry Holmes, ffil.95.
Chinese Booth Mrs. Wong Lrong,
Punch and Judy Mrs. Chas. Herlck,
Mrs. J. T. Waraun$52.05. .
Art Booth Mra. Chas. B. Coejr,
Mu. Mott-Smlth Jllnl, Miss Mamlo
Cigar Booth Mra. C. Crane, $19 95.
Flower Booth 11 awes May Damon,
Cardie and Ijiily Macfarlane, Mary
'Wldttlkld. Jennie Gifcrd, $91.80.
Coffee Table Mrs. Zelgler, Mrs.
Glenn, Mrs. C. Smith xul Misses Zelg
led and Lycett. $6.20,
Luau Table at FlshmarJiet per Mra.
Luther Wilcox, $00.80.
Cash fj.oni Luau Tables per Mrs. O.
K. Stlllmuu. $0.
Bale ot Tickets and Gate Receipts.
Total grow receipts, $4,017: total ex
penses, $655.75. Total net receipts,
To Mrs. S. C. Allen, President of the
Executive Committee of the Luau
and Fair, 1o aid of the Sisters ol
the Suired Heart and ladles pres
ent: In presenting my financial report
to ou as Treasurer, I wish to add a
few voids to thank you and all friends
of every nationality and creed who
joined their Catholic sisters In their
financial success. I know I voice the
sentiment of every lady present when
I say, ull worked In union, and It was
Indeed lote's labor for tlieso dear,
uilile Sisters, I am proud to bo one of
the ladles tn have the honor of today
pusentlng this substantial offering
from tnelr old pupils of dajs ago, pu
pils and dear friends of these days also.
On behalf of the Executlvo Committee,
I nlsh to add, o may have made mis
takes; If so, I hope you will feci no
tried to do for the best and to get the
best financial results from everything,
and as the time goes by wo all look
back with prldo and pleasure to th
luau and fair given for tlieso noblo
women, Sisters ot the Sacred Heart
Comiqt, In Hawaii not.
Treasurer ExccutUe Committee.
Tho Mother Superior of tho Sisters of
the Saircd Hearts, with every member
of her community, liegs leave to ex
press their heartfelt thanks to all tho
ladhs and geutlemen who so generous
ly contributed to the success of the
fair. In return they will beg of the
Almighty God to pay their debt of
giatltiulo to all those dear benefactors
in pouring down upon them and their
families Ills choicest blessings ,
Do you want to be strong? Do you
want to feel tho vim, the snap and flro
of manly vigor? Do you want courage,
energy and ambition to support you in
your cares and troubles?
I have devoted my life to the devel
opment of manly and womanly vigor.
I vo made a great suc
cess. My methods are
approt cd by the great
est doctors and copied.
I've proed that elec
tricity Is tho basis of all
animal life and that
"weak men," dyspep
tics, rheumatics, suffer
ers from lost energy.
weak kidneys, pains In tho
back, head, chest and shoul
dors from varicocele and Its
allied weaknesses, etc., aro
weak In electricity. My Elec
tric Delt restores this life In
a few weeks and cures ecry
Dr. McLaughlin's Electric
Describe your caso to me,
and If I say I can cure you I
will guarantee to do so.
ROBERTSON FOK DEFENDANT
RAISES POINTS OF LAW
Moves the Court to Order a Verdict of
Hot Guilty The Motion
Comes Up Again This
After tho grand jurors mentioned
in yesterday's paper had testified In
tho Rsthburn perjury case, Messrs
Frlcdonberg and Kinney, the latter an
Advertiser reporter. wo put on the
witness stand for the Territory. Then
Mr. Cathcart rested the case for tho
Mr. Robertson moved for the court's
direction to the Jury to And a erdlrt
of not guilty on various grounds. The
prosecution had failed to show, de
fendant's counsel contended, that tho
facts Involved in the alleged falso tes-
itlmony of Rathburn were material to
tho If sue, as It did not matter In what
position Rathburn was -when Dr. Car
ter allmtttcdly ghat Tilm. inrfdentally
Iiuu iuul muii iue urauu jury luunti iiuj
bill against the doctor for nssault with
u wcaiiun wem ru vuuw iihi iininnittrim
Ity of that point Another ground of
the motion was (hat (he testimony of
FrlcxKuberg and Kinney did nut cor
robontte tho statement nf facts nude
by Dr. Carter upon which the prosecu
tion relied for proving false witness
ngalnst Rathburn "before tho Grand
Jury. These witnesses were not pres
ent when the shooting took place.
Judfto Humphrey!) tentatively mini
that the corroboration of circumstan
ces might be a matter properly to lit
given tn tho Jury,
Lastly, Mr. Robertson suggested that
the orgunlzatlun ot the Giand Jury
nhen It received Kalhburn's evidence,
had not 'wen proved. The court ap
peared to regard this ns a mtot point,
because The la w required that not leas
than twelve grand Jurors carild And
Mr. Cathcart, replying, contended
that tho pointlon of gathbura when
hot waa material. It an unknown
man, or a tuon having no permission to
enter, came upon tho premises f an
other In th dead of night. Justification
might bo found (or the saan at horn
shooting the intruder. The case would
bo different If the victim rere outside
of the private rvapound. He adaUt-
ted the right of the court. In certain
cases, to pass upoa the materiality of
Inaues. As to the Oaand Jury's organi
zation, he claimed It was enough that
the court had taken cognizance of tha
fact that the defendant had testified
before tho Grand Jury.
Juage Humphreys postponed farther
argument until the opening of court
10 NEW VEAR RACES
Illlo, Dec. 1 Plans have beeri per
fected for a great raco meeting at lloo
lulu Park on New Years, lasting two
days. Over M.600 will bo distributed
In purses by Oeorgo S. McKenzIo, man
ager of the track. Tho special rates
granted by tho Wilder Steamship
Company guarantees a largo attend
ance from Honolulu. The Honolulu
contingent will be accompanied by tho
Hawaiian Band, tho services of which
were secured by Mr, McKenzIo when
bo was in Honolulu last month.
The program for tho two davs will
glvo the good trotters and runners of
Hawaii ample opportunity and encour
agement to do their best. Besides tho
liberal purses, several fine cups, often
ed by public spirited merchants, make
the list of trophies very attractive.
On Now Year's day a ball game be
tween nines belonging ,to tho Illlo
Lcngue will be plavcd in the center
of tho ring, beginning at 1 o'clock p,
m. One half hour earlier, at 12:30 p
m , each day, tho Hawaiian Band, led
by Captain Berger, will glvo a pre
ilmlnary concert at Hoolulu Park
Illlo Is looking for a largo number
of visitors from tho country and from
tho other Islands at these races, and
everybody will work together for tho
pleasure and entertainment of tho
Strangers within tho gates, Tribune,
FIX CHINE8U LOAN,
Saigon. Nov. 27. On iho demand of
tho Government, tho Chamber of
Deputies fixed at 2G5,000,000 fr.uics tho
amount of the Chinese loan Japan
Instruments Filed for Record Decem
ber 9, 1901.
Ulukou A. M. Mcllrvde I).
S E. Bishop and wife M J. Bena-
vtdes . . I).
J M. Benavldes V. W. Macfarlano
G. E. Lanz and husband A. Conradt
Kawahaol S. M. Damon D.
W. O. Aiken Mrs. II. O. Bcckwlth
S Cullen Jr. L. L. McCandleBS ,.L.
Jos. Jones et nl. J. F. Brown 1
J. M. tomes W. R. Castle, Tr., et
M. G. Sllvo J. S. Azevedo I)
J. K. Kaumalllula Mail Ling ...... L.
Instruments Filed for Record Decem
ber 10, 1901.
Malmu Jno. de Mello D.
Chong Lol Pow Yco Wo Chan.. CM.
J.A. Magulre L. Kawehl et al D.
L. Kawehl et al. J. A. Magulre ....IX
ALEXIEFF GOES TO PEKING
Yokohama, Nov. 27. The Japanese
Consul at Ncwchang reports from
Newchang under date of the 16th Inst,
that Admiral Alcxlcff reached that
place by train from Port Arthur on the
15th Inst., and left tho same day by
rail for Peking. It Is supposed that hn
visits the capital for tho purpose ot
consulting the Russian representative
with regard to the Manchurlan agree
ment. The same Consul reports that the
head ot the civil administration of
Ncwchang, having obtained leave of
absence, banded over the duties of his
post to Commander Eberhardt (7) on
the 14th Inst.
The French Government, having for
some time entertained the design of at
taching a commercial agent to the Le
gation In Bankok, uas now carried out
the project. M. de Noflncan (?) has
been appointed and will soon arrive at
Bankok, Japan Mall.
THB JAPANESE INDEMNITY.
Yokohama, Nov. 29. The new tariff
rates for goods entering Shanghai have
Tho claims tor compensation by pri
vate Japanese In connection with the
Boxer outrages aggregate 2,500,000 jen.
The Belgian Minister In Peking Is re
ported to havo said that his national's
demands, when reduced to their lowest
figure, total 8,900, 00 taels, and tho
Dutch claims amount to 800,000 tacls.
A new pier, 3,600 feet long and 800
feet wide at its broadest part, Is to be
constructed at Chefoo so as to give
maritime access to the Chinese town.
Tho work will be commenced next
spring, and is expected to occupy two
cars. Tho cost Ib estimated at 337,000
taels. The engineer Is an Englishman,
and the work Is under the supcrtn-
denrc of the Imperial Maritime Cm
turns. Japan Mail.
DAMAGE TO THE WAR! EN.
Yokohama. Nov. 21. The U. S. A. T.
Warren Is now docked In Umga, and It
Is expected that the necessary repairs
will take about fourteen or fifteen davs
to complete. Examination showed
that on the starboard side of the ves
sel there were nine planted dented,
one of which had two holcB In It,- and
no less than twenty more plates wero
more or less grazed. Had It not been
for tho fact that she Is exceptionally
strongly built the cxtrjit of the dam
age would havo been considerably
greater. As It Is. sho will have to havo
nlno ne wplates fixed In before- sho Is
ready ta put to sea again.
ITO AT 8T. PETERSBURG.
Londiaz. Nov. 28. Marquis lto has
arrived at St. Petersburg.
Marquis lto had an Interview with
Count Lamsdorff, yesterday, and alto
arcs M. de Wlt.c. OtflcJal quarters la
St, Petersburg aro confident that thesn
Interviews will do much towurds ru
moving flay misunderstandings be
tween tha two countries 'loo visit
alouo proves that the relations between
Russia and Japan are more cordial
than had Iwrn supposed.
FRENCH LOOT SCANDAL.
London. Soy. 28. A sensation has
been created In Paris by the dls
closure of a confidential report of Gen
eral Voyron, accusing a French mis
slonary and a legation lady of syste
matic looting at Peking.
The motion to produce General Voy
ron's reports has been rejected In the
The Petite Republlque Is publishing
extracts Implicating i..o mlsslonarlcn
In nets of barbarity.
London, Nov. 28 General Knox has
captured thirty-six Boers, including
Commandant Jouhert and two field cor
nets. Practically the whole of Jou
bert's commando has now been ac
Joubert's nnd von Brandt's comman
dos captured two guns at Rletfonteln
COUNT HATZFE.DT DEAD.
London. Nov. 28. Count Hatzfeldt,
Germau Ambassador td the Court o(
St. James died on the 24th Inst
Count Hatzfeldt's remains wero con
veyed fiom tho Embassy to Victoria
Station with the fullest military hon
ors. KILLING HONGKONG RAT8.
Three thousand eight hundred nnd
twenty-two rats were destroyed and
paid for by the Sanitary department In
Hougkoag during October. Tho total
number from January 1 to October 31
Id CG.478. ,
STILL CHiriCIKING ENGLAND.
Shanghai, Nov. 25 Tho German
press has resumed Its normal tone, al
though Anglo-pbobo demonstrations
continue, and tho pastors throughout
the country deliver Anglo-pliubo homilies.
You have paid for two or three homes during your lifetime.
Especially if you have been paying rant; and ws regret that
you have nothing to show for the money spent In this manner.
We have now on sale lota 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 COMFY
204 JUDD BUIL.DINCJ.
MAUI HOTFI wailuku,
mUl IIVF 1 JUL., ISLAND OF MAUIi
A. T. HACBNKAMP. Manager.
IMPORTANT TO 8PORT8MEN.
Tho management ot the Hotel Halc
Iwa makes the announcement that it
has secured for tho exclusive uso ot
guests tho prlvllego of shooting gamo
over tho lands of tho Oahu Railway tt
Land Company. In Walalua and Koo-
lauloa, on tho Island of Oabu. 'ino
shooting of gamo on tho said lands Is
prohibited by tho oami Hallway fc
Land Company to other than note!
guests. Parties desiring to avail
themselves of theso privileges aro re
minded ot tbo statute requirement con
cerning tho carrying of nrearms.
C. P. 1AUKEA.
Hunting, shooting or Iho carrying
ot firearms on any of tho lands owned
or leased by the OAHU RAILWAY K
LAND COMPANY Is absolutely for
bidden. All rights ot tho company In
tho Districts of Walalua and Koolau
loa aro reserved for Halclwa Hotel.
Trespassers will bo prosecuted to
tbo full extent of tbo law.
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
As tho Wisconsin wfll not eomu In
tho harbor, YOUNQ BROS.' launches
will Icavo Quern street landing every
half hour between 1 and E p. in. and
will carry passengers to tho battle
ship. FARE ROUND TRIP, f 1.00.
POWER OF ATTORNEY.
During my absence from tho Terri
tory, Hurbcrt Ohman, foreman of my
shop, will act for mo under full power
Honolulu, T. H Nor. 11, 1901.
E. 11. BATH.
1991-1 m Plumber.
MOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night watchmen furnished for build
ings, business property and residences,
Builders will do well to consult Bow
ers In regard to watchmen.
Chlntse and Japan Firm.
SING CHAN CO.
Hardware, Tinware, Glassware
and Carriage Goods, Etc., Etc.
and Sewer Connec-
tlonn a Specialty.
229 King St., between River St. and
h. h. Depot.
Fine English and American Goods
6j Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
O HQXgtl, TEL-WHITI ,1
Lilllt' tkllticlMiwJ. Clolhlne
tlncnJ, dycJ tnJ rt;lrrd.
Suits tatit to O'dtl,
Fit rurtnlKd, Uvtitprki
TIM WO .
Fur Mrt.t, near Kukuf, an4
n.tr Orphfun llitaur
Mtlcti Clt inloz on. lull, tic
Dvtlnr tult t m
Get jour periodicals bound nt tho
EVENING HULLETlN'S Ulndery.
THE AMOUNT PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
At the entrance
to the Famous
lao Vatlev. and
easy access to
volcano In tha
for Tourists and
Election of Officers.
At n meeting of the California Club,
Limited, held at its club rooms. Novrmb.tr
loth, iqoi, the following officers were
elected to serve for the ensuing ear :
Wm. M. Cunningham, PreslJent
H. Klcmme Vice-president
C. H. Brown, ,.. Secretary
W.J EnglinJ,., Treasure:
John Scruefer, AuJItur
C. H. BROWN,
Honolulu, Dec. 9, tool. Secretary.
WILDER'S 8TEAM8HIP COMPANY.
Honolulu. November 14, 1901.
On and after December lit next all
freights must bo prepaid unless other
arrangements bo mado at the office
of tho company, corner Fort and
queen streets, previous to tnat aate.
C. L. WIOHT, President.
WILDER'S 8TEAMSHIP COMPANY,
Notice to 8hlpper.
Shippers nro notified that a new
freight sebedulo will go into effect on
and after December 1st. 1901.
Information in regard to changes In
rates can bo obtained at tho offlco of
tho company, corner Fort and Qucea
C. L. WIOHT,
1991-to Jan. 1 President
The adjourned annual meeting ot
tho atockholders of the Oahu Sugar
Company, Limited, will be held on
Wednesday, December 11th, 1901, at
10 o'clock a. m.. In the meeting room
above tho office of Messrs. Caalie t
Cooke. Limited. ' K KALMP,
2012 Dec. 7. 9. 10. Secretary,
MANUFACTURED FROM PURE
DISTILLED WATER. : : ; :
Delivered to any part of
city by courteous drivers.
Oahn Ice and Electric Co.
TELEPHONE BLUE 3151.
HOFFflAN & HARKHAH.
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch,, Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
HART & CO.,
rHE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Creams and VAatr I,-.
Chocolate and Confections.
The Finest Resort In the City.
Try our "Elite" Oyster Cocktails.
Fino Job I'rintiriff at tin Bui.
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