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KVKrHNU BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T. MONDAY. DEC. 16. 1901.
Llnet of Travel.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this lino will arrlvo and leave, this port as herounder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
SIERRA . .
BUftUMA MAIL R
ALAMKDA APRIL 6
SIERRA . .
SILRRA . .
FOR. SAN FRANCISCO.
, DEC. 25
In connection with the sailing ot the atote steamers, tho agents aro pre
tarod to Issue, to lntondlng passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
row from Ban Francisco to all points In tho United States, and from Now
Tort by any steamship lino to all Europoan ports.
i Fon ruRiiinn particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of tho above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOR SAN FRANCI8CO.
NIPPON MARU DEC. f AMERICA MARU
PERU DEC. S6i PEKING
COPTIC JAN. i GAELIC ,
.JAN. It HONGKONO MARU
.JAN. 18 CHINA
NIPPON MARU ,
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8l 8. CO.
H. HACKFIBLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
From Vancouver nu Victoria, B. C, hrom 8ydney and Brisbane.
(For Brisbane ana Byunoy.)
MIOWERA DEC. 21
AORANGI JAN. 18
MOANA FEU. 15
(For Victoria and Vancouver. R. C.)
AORANGI DEC. 18
MOANA . JAN. 15
Notice Is hereby given that Intending passengers per S. 8. AORANGI,
due to sail for Vancouver on the 18th Inst, and per 8. 8. MIOWERA, due
to sail for Sydney on the 21st Inst, mutt apply for passages not later than
Monday, the 16th Inst. CANADIAN- AUSTRALIAN S. 8. LINE, THEO. H.
DAVIE8 & CO., LTD.. Agents.
Through Tickets Issued from Hanolulu to Canada, United States and
d all genenJ Information, apply to urope. For Freight and Passage an
Theo. H. Davlcg & Co., Ltd., Gcn'l Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
8. 8. OREGONIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about Dec. 20.
8. 3. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, to sail about Jan. 20.
L. 8. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail
Freight received at Coapany'H wharf, 42nd Street. South Brooklyn, at
all times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSE.
General Freight Agent H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Onlr THREE! DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAY8 to New York.
Pallnan Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Bmoic
tag and Library Cars, with Barber
bop and Pleasant Heading itooms.
Dining Cars (Moals a-la-carto).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
I H. LOTHROP, General Agent
186 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.,
. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A..
1471 Omaha, Nebraska.
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SEAMAN GEORGE HANKER
DIBS IN HOSPITAL
AFTER MANY HARDSHIPS
Illlo, Dtc. II. A teaman since 1815, 1 prd on Chilean ship Megtmleto ns mate,
eight times a castaway, always sat ed f Vessel went down In a fierce storm ott
as a brum! plucked from the burning, the const of I'eru. Hanker and com-
acquainted with the hospitals from rades rcnrhlng shore after ninny prl
Instruments Filed for Record Decem
ber 14, 19u1.
Recorded December 6, 1901.
Kaplolaui estate, Limited to Royal
D. Mend! mortgage; portion R. I'.
S22il, Kut. 3C901I, Emma Btreot, lots 4.
II and IC, Kanlheu tract, lots 12, 13,
14, IS, 16. 19, 20 and 21, block 12, Ko
walo tnii t, 12'JQ shares Kllicl Planta
tion Company, Honolulu, Oahu; $13,
1314. Hook 227, page 401, Dated No
vemlier 2a, 11)01.
Recorded December 9, 1901,
Joseph Cook ot nl. to llllo Mercan
tile Company, Limited; mortgage; poi-
tlon R. 1. BiOG, Kul. 852111, llllo, Ha
waii; IU. Rook 227, page 106. Dat
ed November 21, 1901.
J. Rodrlgucs and wife to G. Sella,
mortgage; lot 27. ban 5. 1'aaullo. Ha-
tnakua, Hawaii; $it0. book 227, page
408. Dated March 25. 1901.
Pioneer Building & Loan Associa
tion to It. J. Auld; partial rolease;
piece land, Cartwrlght road, Honolulu,
Oahu; $1000. Rook 227, pago 409.
Dated February 26. 1901.
G, Ventura to G. W. Locklngton
nnd wife; ndoptlon'dccd; female child,
Ilattlc Lulhl, 1 year old. Hook 224,
rage 444. Dated February I, 1901,
J. Fitzgerald to Mary C. I'ubr ct
al.; release; piece land. Bridge street,
extension, Hllo, Hawaii. Book 227,
page 410. Dated September 24, 1901.
amis nt hard labor. He was mighty of
frame nnd powerful In physique. Ills
fnvorlto employment on land was
clearing the forests. He wielded u
vigorous and reckless axe. While
building a stone fence he tripped and
fell bnekw-nrds with an enormous
stonn In his arms, which nearly
crushed his life out, but after twelve
weeks In tho hospital at Walmca hq
returned to work.
Two years ago he met with an acci
dent which made his last months full
of miserable. Inactivity and shortened
his life by ten or fifteen years. While
tree cutting In Puna he fell and dislo
cated n hip. Hn lay where he fell n
number of dns before be was found.
He remained a cripple and was re
dured to want. With a stoicism tun:
bordered on stubbornrss he refused
charity, and not until n little mora
than n week before his death could lie
be persuaded to go to the hospital.
WORK OP LIFE 8AVER8.
Washington, Nov. !6. Tho annual
report of tho Superintendent of tnu
I.lfe-Kalng Scrvico lor ti.o year 1901
shows the smallest ions of lifts from
vessels Buffering disaster since the
general extension of tho service. Ino
merngo uinnber of l,ves lost annually
during the entire period nt its cstab
llshim-nt, twenty-live years, was thlr
London to far Cathay, familiar with
ocry disaster that can smile the body
of man, every grief that tenrs the af
fections and haunts the soul, George
Hnnker died nt the Wlohospltal last
Saturday at the uge of seventy-two.
The catalogue of the disasters that
crossed nnd rccrossed the path of till
long, arduous life read stranger than
any fiction. Hut tho story of his HI
consists not In miraculous escapes In
dozens ot ndenturcs. The story Is
not ono of reminiscence. It Is ono of
tragedy, of a will bent but not broken
by fate, nt ji purpoio defeated, but not
Out of the first wrecks that not only
shattered the ships on wmch he sailed,
vntlons In the small boats. Shlppol
again on Chilean collier Kntherint
which went on tho rocks off Chlleai.
ccust. Hanker nnd mates saved ugaln.
Me went Into tho interior; of, the coun
try and worked In the mines. Ho then
went to Hamburg to visit his wife and
children nnd arrived homo to be In
formed that his wife had lately died
ami his son gone to sea. He went to
New- York nnd found bos son on un
American man of war,
Hanker again shipped, this time on
a tcsscl named Katherlnc for a trip to
the south const of Africa. Within five
miles of her destination she went
ashore and Hanker was ine only one
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 2.
Honolulu Office, 315 Fort St.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for your message
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKbKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. UENIUQUES, FKOl.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered .for
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the 8. 8. Mauna Loi
at Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookena, where the steamer U met
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
Subscribers to tbo ISULU'.TIN
net receiving thoir pajHTS promptlv
will confer a favor by notifying the
Bnsincw Office; Telephone 20G.
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINO STRfcfcT LINE.
Can Ittvt Wlklkl for town at 55. (is. 6.4$ A M.
nd ew-ry it nlnut4 thtrrAftf HI i:4f 11:11 And
ii-iiP m, Irom Wa klkl to to Iht I'uiuhou &ublf.
Cirt Itavt R Rint vt f'awaa twitch tor ton at
51A.M. and tvery 11 minutes iht rentier ill! ii.ocP.m
Can Itavt f-ort and Klne ttrcta corntr tor I'alama
atfi'io A.N. and tvery ij mlnuttk afttr till 11.1)
Cars Itavt tor Palama only at 5 and j:io A M.
Lart Itavt Palama for Walkikl jj A M.arU tvery
19 minute till Q'4j p H . tfitn at 10.19 nd 10 $ P.m.
tf tlir utiln'u onmnanv uhn rniltnl
. .1rt Allt,t' 1.1 a m At4- nlfctc.fk4 " "
uui mmu.-mu ... .w Y'"'" ; 5Uore alUo. He shipped on tho stenm
hopes In II e. he nwd the artists loyet. Jf)hn nUon whch t0()k hm ,o ljn
01 iiiniH iifiiminii am . urn nn ,ne n ftrrlvw, penniless. While
CiUl nil 111 lll uu will inr ...mil ..... W0rkn8 lonKI,h0rc llO IllCt With In
...,.. .. ,... ... ... "--""" accident which kept him In.thu hospl
a . Biii.i. sA ii.iii.rn.i itiii rniiiti'j i
tal for fourteen months. Soon after.
otcr nhlch he labored until fnllliu
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 PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
HOME TOO. k j . j
We hae 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 octan, hat
macadamized streets, artesian water, and the electric car Una
passes through the property. For any further Information regard
Ing prices, terms, etc., address
ISLAND REALTY COMP'Y
in 1, mw"ii mis. a. 1 ".i, ,-j; .'" : - -
PuW5"P-iaawlP,p . 1 Li . vauajJJJH
At the er.tranct
to the Famous
lao Vallev. and
easy access to
volcano In th
for Tourists tni
ISLAND OF MWI,
A. T. HAGHNKAMP. Mnnnger.
IN THE CHtCUIT COUTIT OK Till:
l.Nt-u rlrnlt Torrltnrv nt 'Inwnll.
' l.'mllv Alv nu vq Tnflo M. Alvt Kllin
iioiiiuviiii viii'iiij-iiiv i.i o( na luii'i umu vs. i"i & . ,.....
ty-seven. one llfo havinR hern lost lu mons. Tho Territory of Hawaii: To
every thirteen casualties, whllo the, tho High Sheriff of tho Torrltory of
numher lost duriiiR tno pas't year was
seventeen, or ono In every foriv-threa
ritHimltloH. Prom documented vessels
the numlier lot was oniy seven, ono
to every arty-four casualties. Tne
number of casualties 10 documented
Missels was 377. There were on
hoard theso vessels alC persons,
(in- estimated value. 01 the Vessels
Hawaii, or his Deputy, tho Sncrlff of
tho Inland of
Defendant. In case ho shall flic writ'
fore thu said Circuit Court at tho No
vember Term thereof, to bo holdon nt
NOTICE OF SALE FOR NON-PAYMENT
OF COMPENSATION FOR
CARE OF ANIMAL.
Notleo Is hereby clen that I will
sell nt public unction, by order of thi
f Oahu or Ills Denutv In1"1" ,lv llllul- uucii'm, ny oruer 01 in
v of Hawaii- Yot aro ' Territory Btablcs Co.. Ltd, on Satnr-
fo summon JoSe 8 Ah"" 1 2:."? "i l"y?f .KrEWA1'
.. i. ...n i.. ....nl at 12 o clock m. of that day, at th
we'r within twenty days after- El"S """mT mi
hereof, to bo and appear be- f.''lV" ,' .'i.Vn
. ..i.i f'i.,.,,11 rv,.,ri .tikn v... w" i amount due
Involved in disaster was 95.265.4S0. ' Honolulu. Island of Oahu, on Monday,
and of their cargoes 2,U0,580. Ot
this amount JC.10n.035 was saved and
t!HS.!i6G lost. Thu number of vessels
lost was forty-thicu. the crews saved
oi assisted to save. 412 vessels, valued
with their cargoes at 3.UJU.019. and
rendered assistance of minor Impor
tance to G48 vessels In distress, bcsldo
warning from danger 231 vessels. The
cost of the maintenance ot the service
ono gray horse, un-
for the care, cus
tody and feed thereof Is paid on or
before that date, as we.ll as tho ex-
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coalings Oil
Fields of California.
Proven oil lauds, completely
extent i compelled h.m Jo .mt them ; ..y, ' Pillp )0(1 i j ro .ed byas rlch'illWudnS wX
"?' JiQr Vlt1 i n ,'J h t n i o Sl,vcr Kta ,,n,, w"nt to SlmnR,ml- " lliero nro " " State. loldiifg from
wares were eagerly bought. Ills pildo ,......50 to 2K0 barrel. ..or Al.
II.. was n rlinrRe to mi. I ";"" . .", '." .""il . "'i'. ."..'":'! Conlraet r,;. tnr nM
Tho ci eat turnliiK point
Ilanker'H life mine early. He was u
triiHted oflleer on nno of the great
Atlaiitlr steamers belonging tu the
nv.-ii?ea until ISS'I ho l.-.niloil nt thd
In Ocnrg'j So,lt'' '" 's'ani,s '" n Sydney sclinon-
ri, i.tee, iiu uriivu lor .ir. jierru
lielm at Jiilutii for three years. The
Crnernl Siege, a Honolulu trading
Hamburg-American line. A new ".....er. ......... ..... ...... .... m ippe..
liner was about to go Into roinmlsalon M" thc, "" on ,cr "" P-
mid (Jeurge Hanker iinrt.ed the nmbl- ....,...... m. .... ...... ...
tlon to stand on her bridge, master of -"c ,I:",I,? ' ia,h- "' " m,
the ship. He stood high with the ofll-' -,"-,ld s ; Kunal for n year, and next
cers of the rampany. It only needed ''nl ,0 '" "0"'1 on t"3, Th,o
the recommendation of an uncle, who J'0"'"-" Wp that nimo near being his
was master of anolher.shlp of tho same I nst- , ,,c wcnt t Manila In the Amer
line, to secure a realization of tl9 u "wk J.dward May and cainij back
young (let man's ambition. lie ap- ll' ' at 1".1",,"!li: nvnX ,n, th,
proached bis unele aboanl tils ship and l0rl'',nt aKa, ' ""-' Tlmour; came back
r ' 4t Ilnli.nll nHil alml.i.l n . a.... I t ".
aPkcd liltn for IiIk eiulorhcmcnt for tho
to Hawaii nnd fttnttod In conYn In Ko-
poH.tlnn of mnMir of tlio new venflcl. T1"'
Klntr atrccta corner for Walkikl
and 11:15 KM. Tht uiiiP.M, con to Wfklkl
Can leave f-ort an,
at 6 ej A.M. anl every 13 mlnulek till ioop,M th(n at
TneiiusP.M Irom Patama tor Punahou only goes
to Walkikl on Saturiai.
uirf leave ron anj King kirecu corner 101 wine
Kanee at J w anj y a.m.
wave ton ana
10 Hand 11:15 P.f
on Saturdays only,
DERETANIA STREET AND P'JUANU VALLhY.
Car& leave Punahou Stable foi Toun at 1:1a and
tor Town an 4 Valley at 40 s'si tno ':ao 6 40 t and
Carl leave Oaht College lorton and Valley at
6:jo 6 jo and t:io a.m andttcr) lomlnutet till 10:10
p.m. except the even hour and half, hour cart which
run irom tne ntacie.
Cart leave Nuuanu Valley at 6 10 6 jo 6 50 A.M and
every to ulnutea thereafter till 10:50 P.M.
Can leave l:ort and Oueen hlreeti for Punahou
Colic (re at 6 05 6.j t 45 a m and every 10 minutes
after till 045 P.m. After that tht car run tu tht
Stable up to n-.joP.M, which It tht lattrar Irom Town,
teaching the Stable at mtoP .
O R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1899.
STATIONS, oailv ii tin
(OutwitJI tt. bun. tiAltv . Sun UAILV DAILY
A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. I'M.
Honolulu .... t:io 9'it li:! :is t.io
prl City. ,, 8.1 .t ir.) i.4i :o
twiMlll.... t II lo.. I ItOU 4.0) i.io
W.ltnit 10.30 t'41
W.lilua him ... , t'43 ,,,.
Kihukv Iil ... . ill! ...,
Yhn stein iim-le said, "No. I'll not en
dorse uu. They will say I favored you
because jou aio my nephew,"
Cut (o the quick, George Hanker
turned from the loom, stepped on dick,
tnro from his own shouhleis the chev
rons Indicative of his itink and threw
tils mutllatid uniform at the feet of hli
I'll go bej mid reach of your hoard-
I'wt Mill ,
IIAIIV IIAILV DAILY
A.M I'.M P.M.
t:to ,. , t..o
I.io .. Ml
v.it i:ot .:i.
lo. mo i:ti
II in :
F C. SMITH. Oen'l Pass. & Ticket Agt.
O. P. DSNIHON, superintendent
In li-s" he thirsted fur the sea again
nnd Joined the lll-fattd Wandering
Minstrel, on an expedition to the Mid
way Island's, Two months from Hono
lulu the Wandering Mlnbtrel went to
pieces on a reef flc miles off one of
the Mlilnny Islands. Though n heavy
gain was on, the ciew of twenty-eight
men managed to reach the I.1111I a live.
I'm- fouiteeu months, Hnnker with his
ert Influence, sir. and rise In the world comrades watched thu hnrluin from
without Its nld, I'll ship before the t,lft barren Island, which Is little mnrn
mast tomorrow, sit." I """i ll "Md dune on the bosom of the
He shipped before the mast and soon IMcIHe, out of tho track of ships. Tho
found himself In Nnith Aiistinllau wn-1 hand dwindled from twenty-eight to
tcrs 1111 the lulgantliie Alubnma. Thl. seventeen. During eight miinths of
was in 1SU7. She foundeied lu a storm 1 I'1" 'I""'. Hunker's" homo was lu a wa
All on board were lost except Hnnker. ' fr barrel, which he bad to d fend with
who, nftt-r floating on a spar for two violence against the other memberr
and one-half days was nicked un more or 111c ii.mii less fortunate m securing
dead thun alive by the Studlsh haik ' wreckage with which lo nulld palaces.
Cecelia. He was too nearly dead to he No sea biscuit was saved and their diet
taken with the ship, so tin was landed consisted of albatross In the summer
at a Ullage. Recovering, ho started n'l "li In no winter. In the party
across country for a shipping town was the wife and thrte children of
and was lost In the bush. He finally Captain Walker, who were glvm thu
reached Melbourne and shipped as first best that could be found by tho gal
mate on a vessel bound for the West lint hand of castaways. Month after
Indies, nnd two jenrh later turned up ninnth V"'' kindled watch fires on the
In China wateis. He wss on the balk highest sand hills, doling out with par
"Mghtfoot." which went In pieces In Mmony the meager supply of faggots
a pile In tho China sea. also the "l'y gathered upon the bench, At last In
Ho," same fate; also the American the month of .March. ISS'J, a sail was
teamer Fun Cliuy, lost In n typhoon sighted. It wus tho bi-houm-r Norinn.
off Amny, In each of these wrecks all Captain Johnson. The hungry bund of
hands were sated. Hut In the last t Crusoes wus taken on board and car
wreck. Hanker sustained Injiules, tied to Honolulu,
which kept him In a Hongkong hospl-1 Hanker hurled himself back again
tal for live months. upon tho mi rcy of tho ocean, He book-
Durlng his many trials ho had man- ed In a whaler for a cruise In Ihn Arc
aged to save 80M and with it went to tie, Tim expedition was 11 failure and
Snn Francisco In the huter part ol Hanker landed In Sau Francisco with
1869. He went Into the fishing bust- 25 cents to the good. He called on hit
ncss with Hie money hu hud sated and, friend J. 1). Sprecki Is, who exchanged
through misfortune lost It all. Ills compliments and gate ulm free pass-
further experiences to the time nf his back to the I'uradlse of the Pa
death aro as follows: I clllc. Ills whaling expedition wus Ms
Shipped before the mast on Ormiin last tojage down to the sen. His last
ship Aracan and went to Peru. Ship. cars were spent on the different Ifl-
. m-nsn for thn earn and keen nt nald
claim of Emily Alvcs. Plaintiff, should bLIr;,Js;IUa 8? '"V,1' . ,. .on,
not bo awarded to her pursuant tol '' Honolulu. December II 1901.
tho tenor of her annexed I.lbel for DI-' "' firthr-r particulars, apply to the
vorce. And havo you then thcro this
Writ with full return of your proceed
WITNESS Hon. A. B. Humphreys,
First Judgo ot thu Circuit Court
of tho First Circuit, at Honolulu,
Oahu, this 11th day of Octo
(Slg) J. A. THOMPSON,
Territory Stables Co., Md.. or to
WII.I. K. FISHKIt,
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At n meeting of the stockholders
of tho Knna & Kail Railway Company,
Limited, held this day In the city of
Honolulu, the following officers were
I certify tho foregoing to bo a true duly elected:
Contract prices for oil at the Coal
Inga wcIIb, 70 cents por barrel.
With twenty-fit o producing wells of
100 barrels each per day, you cao
mako your own calculation as to
Tho oil Industry of California Is In
Its Infancy, yet many fortunes have
been mailu by Judicious nnd lucky In
vestments In oil stock. Many more
will bo mado In tho near future.
Tho average advance on original
bales of oil stock In twenty loadlns
companies In California has been
from II lo $108 per share.
Oil lands have advanced from 1 1. Si
lo $1,000 and 12.000 per acre.
When tho Pacific Union Oil Com
pany has a number of producing welli
on Its property, its Block will have
thu samd show for even a greater ad
vance, as somo oil stock has advanced
from $1 to $1,500 per sharo.
Tho Pacific Union OH Company n
no salaried omcore, and Is controlled
by well-known gentlemen of Integrity
who will seo tnnt the money derived
from thu salo of stock will bo legltl
mutely applied to tho development of
For further Information, apply to J,
II. FISHER & CO., Stock and Bond
Urokcrs, and Hawaiian agents for the
salo of a limited amount ot Pacific
Union Oil Company stock. Stangen-w-ald
building, Merchant streot.
LIB11Y PRI80N KCBPER DI1AD.
Suffolk, Va., Dec, 5. Captain Rich
ard II, Turner, keeper of the famous
l.lbliy Prison during tbo Civil War,
died today. When the Union troops
marched lulo htchmond and it was
raid that the prison officials had mis
treated the Union prisoners, Cnptalu
Turner was locked up, with a state
ment that he would be hanged In the
morning. The Captain's hair turned
white that night. Captain Turner was
a lumber dealer In an extensito way,
and was chairman of the Democratic
County Committee. Hn fell dead In
tho yard of a neighbor In Isle of Wight
county, He was 03 years old.
1,1 Hung f'h.iug and Ross Croker
were both wise In one respect. The
former has tor years had his coffln
ready lor the ivent which has Just oc
curred, and the latter has for some
time leen making arrangements Uo
bury lilrifi-lf nt Wantage, England.
Ilo.'liestei- '.Inner rat
copy of tho original Summons in said
cause, and that said Court ordered
publication ot the same and a contin
uance nt said cause until tho next
February. A. D. 1902, term of this.
P. HANSON KEI.I.UTT JR..
Dated Honolulu. Oahu, Nov. 13, ltiul. '
Ilioohs Esq., attorney for libel-
9. 1. 23. 30; Jan. f
NOTICE 10 CREDITORS.
The undersigned bating been duly
appointed the administrator of thu es
tate of I). A. Hay, lato of Honolulu
Carl Coerper President
Jacob Coerper Vice President
Chas. T. Wilder Secretary
Harry Armltage 1 reasurer
M. B. Macfarlane Auditor
W. O. Cooper nnd Gardner K. Wil
der, Directors, who, with tho officers,
coi-ttltuto the llouid of Directors. .
CHAS. T. WILDER,
Secretary Kouit it Kau Railway Coin
Honolulu, December 14, 1901
Intending cabin nnd stoerago pas
sengers irom tlio port of Honolulu
Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, uru hereby Informed that until further
Notice is hereby given t nil persons
to present their claims against the es
tate of said D. A. Kay, deceased, duly
authenticated, whether secured by
mortgage or otherwise to tho under
signed nt tho oRlco of tho United
States Marshal, In the Judiciary build
ing. Honolulu, Oahu, aforesaid, within
six months from tho date hereof, or
they will be forever barred.
Mid all persons Indebted to said es
tate aro hereby requested to mako Im
mediate payment to thu undeislgned.
Dated Honolulu. Nov. 25th, 1901.
K. II. HENDRY.
Administrator of tho Estato of D. A
2003 Nov. 25; Dee. 2. 9. Ifl.
notleo the undersigned will notebook
passengers on the steamers for which
they are agents unless said passengers
report at their otllco at least nine (9)
days previous to the scheduled dto of
sailing. Further information may be
had upon application at thn offices of
II. IlACKFEi... & CO., LTD,
WM. (1. IRWIN & CO,
T. It. I)AViS CO.
DOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night watchmen furnished for bull-lings,
business property and residences.
Builders will do woll to consult Bow-,
ors It. regard to watchmen.
"Does Ferguson own un automo
bile?" "No. Poor followl He fell
lu tho flro when he was a clilld. That's
tho way he got tho mie." Chicago
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H J NOl.TB
WILDER'8 8TEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Notice to Shippers,
Shippers aro notified that new
freight schedule will go Into effect on
aril nfter December 1st. 1901.
Information In rognrd to changes la
rctcs can bo obtained at tho offlco of
tho company, corner Fort and Queea
C. L. WICIIIT.
1991-tn Jan. I Prosldont,
3IX PER CENT GOLD BONDS.
Oahu Sugar Co, Ltd.
Tho undersigned offer for sale, at
par, Ono Hundred and Fifty Bonds of
tho Oahu Sugar Company, Limited, of
$1000 each. Interest at 6 per cent per
annum, payable on April 1st and Oc
tober 1st. BISHOP tc CO.
20193t Dec. H. 16, 18.
The third assessment, of 25 per
cent, on tho new stock of thn Pioneer
Mill Company, Limited, will be dnt
and paynblo at tho offlco of II, Hack
feld & Co, Ltd, on January 2d, 190!.
and will become delinquent on Jani
nry lth, 1902. H. SCHUI.T7.K.
HART & CO.,
HE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Creams and Water Ices,
Chocolate and Confections.
The Finest Resort In the City.
Try our "Elite" Oyster Cocktails.
Tho adjourned annual meeting of
tho stockholders of the KIPAHUiAl
SUGAR CO.. LTD.. will bo held at the
ofllco of II, Hnekfeid & Co, Ltd, oa
Tuesday, December 17th. 1901. at II
o'clock a. m. F. KI.AMP,
Telephone the I'.VENINCJ IUII.LK
TIN. Main 25G, If ou havo books to h
made, printing to bo done, etc, etc
and we will call. We havo mon that
know their busincs 'or that purpose.
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