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EVENING BULLETIN, 'HONOLULU, H. T.. TUESDAY, DEC. 17, 190L
Llnei of Travel.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port an hereunder:
PnOM SAN FRANCISCO
ALAMEDA DEC. 21
SONOMA JAN, 1
ALAMEDA JAN. 11
.VEXTURA JAN. 22
ALAMEDA FED. 1
SIERRA FEU. 12
ALAMEDA FED. 22
SONOMA MAR. 6
.VENTURA MAR. 20
ALAMEDA APRIL 6
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA DEC. 25
VENTURA DEC. 31
ALAMEDA JAN. IB
SIERRA JAN. 21
ALAMEDA FEB. 5
SONOMA .....FEU. 11
ALAMEDA FED. 26
VENTURA MAR. 4
ALAMEDA MAR. 19
SIERRA MAR. 25
ALAMEDA APRIL 9
In connection with the sailing or the above steamers, the agents are pre
tared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
Xork by any steamship line to all European ports.
fc FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co,, Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 9. 9. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen 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.
NIPPON MARU DEC. 18
PERU DEC. 28
COPTIC .' JAN. 4
AMERICA MARU JAN. 11
PEKING JAN. 18
GAELIC JAN. 28
HONOKONO MARU FED. 6
CHINA FEU. 14
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
AMERICA MARU DEC. 20
PEKING DEC. 27
GAELIC JAN. 3
HONGKONG MARU ..JAN. 11
CHINA JAN. iO
DORIC JAN. 31
NIPPON MARU FED. 8
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. S. S. CO.
H. HACKF1BLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
From Vancouver ana Victoria, B.
(For Brisbane and Sydney.)
MIOWERA DEC. 21
AORANGI JAN. 18
MOANA FEB. 15
from Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, B. C.)
AORANGI DEC. 18
MOANA . . .. JAN. 15
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4 1 .
FEDERATION OF LABOR GROWING RAPIDLY
Scranton. Pa, Dec. 3. Two hundred
find eighty five delegates, representing
more than a million and a half work
men, responded to the roll call at thu
ojenlng session of tho twenty-list an
nual concntlon or the American Fed
eratlon of Labor, which was called to
ouler by President Samuel Oompcrs
In St. Thomas' College nail at 10:30
o'clock this morning. The convention
Is wild to be the largest congress ol
workmen over held In this country.
Oi panlzatlon, settlement of questions
The report notes a growing tenden
cy to agreements In Industry. To cio
ate a defense fund. It recommeuda
changing tho federation's constitution
so as to admit of a larger assessment
and tho loy by the executive council
early In tho year of a portion of the
assessment provided, so that a fund
may be at Its disposition at any time
in the interests of nny of the affiliated
organizations engaged In a protracted
stiuggle which they could not singly
support. It also recommends author
Involving contested scats and the read-1 Izlng n committee to meet with the
Ing of the annual icport of tho prcsl- representatives of the Western Feder
dint, secretary and treasurer took up atlon of Miners, looking to their nflUm-
th entire session of tho convention. Itlon. Tho report denounce tho em
During the course of tho day there , plo) ment of oung children and con
was one surprise sprung on the dele- tends for greater organization among
Notice Is hereby given that Intending passengers per S. S. AORANGI,
due to sail for Vancouver on the 18th Inst., and per S S MIOWERA, due
to sail for Sydney on the 21t Inst., must apply for passages not later than
Monday, the I6th Inst. CANADIAN-AUSTRALIAN S. S. LINE, THEO. H.
DAVIES 4 CO., LTD., Agents.
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
d all general Information, apply to curope. For Freight and Passage r.n
Theo. H. Davlcs & Co., Ltd., Gcn'l Agents.
gatfs and one Important decision was
alto made. The surprise came In the
lorm of nn objection to tho seating
- . .!. ,..,...., ,1.... 11-...I ..,. .t..lnRn..j
1 Ol WIU e'lllieu .UIUU nuuwin in-iuim
because It was alleged the) weie In
Ulnars in their per capita tu 'lha
motion was overruled by nn almost
unanimous otu of the delegates. The
I Itfiirtrtfitil mtoKtlnn iin Iflpil minted to
She contested beat of the delegate from ' Income of $120,522, expenses, $11
.the Central Labor Union of Richmond, j "PS, total funds at hand, SSbll
Gotnpers sajs he has arranged nn
petle campaign for the re enactment
of the Chinese exclusion net. "and ex
in esses mil prise nt the patience of lb,.1
I'm Ilk Coast organizations In submit
ting to a state of affairs so hunlble
Tic asm ei I.ennou s leport shows an
Inttruments Filed for Record Decern
ber 16, 1901.
Kau et al. W.
D. Forbes N.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
, OREGONIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about Dec. 20.
, CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, to sail about Jan. 20.
, AMERICAN. 6.000 tons, to sail during February,
From San Francisco S. S. HYADES, 3,000 tons, to aail Jan. 4 for Honolulu.
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South Brooklyn, at
all times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd!
aVCROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
laj and Library Cars, with Barber
Bhop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-Ia-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J, H. LOTHROP, General Agent.
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent.
No. 1 Montgomery St.,San Francisco.
. L. LOMAX, O. P. & T. A
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
YOU CAN DO IT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 $3.
Va., which body lefuied to admit ne
gro workmen to Its oiganlzatlon. The
dlsputo was adjusted by seating tho
Cential Labor Union lepresentatlvo
and liistiiictlng the executlvo board of
the Ameilcju I edoiation oi i.nuor in
lorm a strong central union for colored
Tho reading of the annual leport of
President Gompers consumed threo
hours. Seciotnr) Morrison's report
and that of Trcasmer John 11. Leunon
were also read. They were refened
to committees, and at p. m. the con
vention adjourned until 9 o'clock to
morrow morning. ,
Gompers' icport shows an Increase
of 311 local unions for tho car and a
gain of 301,410 members, From na
tional and International unions anil
the fcdeiatlon direct there wcro Issued
Jiiji; charters for newly foimed unions
and charters surrendered or unions
disbanded numbered USD. On Octo
ber 31st last there were affiliated with
tho federation SI national and Inter
national unions, Hii city central labor
unions, 20 statu federations of labor,
Secretary Morrisons report shows
that the total number of strll.es of all
Kinds lepnrted aggregated 1O50. In
which 153.505 members were benefited
and 12.70" were, not benefited. Theli
total cost wns $5t8.n03.
King Leopold, the eccentric mon
arch of all the llelglans. Is looking to
America to supply him with the finest
tps of coach horses. Ills agent,
Louis Henri I)e Leek, quietly puichas
ed a number of magnificent animals
in New York and sent them across the
Atlantic without attracting newspaper
comment. He Is now bent upon bu
Ing In Chicago ut least a dozen of tho
best high-steppers whose fine training
lias been the source of admiration on
the boulevards and in the parks. The
iigcd monarch has actually become
Americanized and Is developing traits
In his character that his advisers stjle
' Yankeelsh." Ills latest notion bail
been the sourco of alarm o his court,
but for thu sake of peace In toe little
monarchy no one, hail caicd to oppose
b!s whims. King Leopold lecently ill
Honolulu Office, 315 Fort St.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for your message
750 local trades unions nnd 333 feder-1 icctid that all his Noimnn nnd
French horses be hold at public ape
tlou because ho had tounil them to lie
slow and lazy for equities nf their
ptopottlons. No ono eer suggested
to King Leopold that he stock bis sta
hies with horses of Ameilcnn breed,
but acting nu thu assumption that ev
er) thing In tho United States sin pass
ed Its ilwil on tho continent ho direct
ed that his ngents arrango for pur
chases In this country. King Leopold
Is so sturdy an ally of thu United
States that ho recently procured for
tils own personal use an alarm clock
manufactured at a well known watch
factoiy In Now Haven. Conn. Thu rul
er had argued tha If the United States
nl labor unions. There wcro lour
strikes of a general cbaiactcr during
the year. bout these the report sajs:
"That or the rler anil iloclt wnrkcis
ol San Fiauclsco was n distinct It
lory. Tho purpose for which the
strlku of tho Amalgamated Association
of Steel nnd Iron Workers was Inaug
urated was not achieved, nnd It was
terminated irpon conditions less ad.
vnntagcotig than peihops could have
been obtained. Owing to tho vvldn
spread Interest this strike aroused a
large number of Iron and steel work
ers eiuploed by other companies than
the corporation against which (ha
strlku was Inaugurated have been or
ganlzed under the Jurisdiction of the can produce timepieces that will glvo
Amalgamated Association. Thu hope satisfaction and meats that will please
Is entertained, too. that the day Is near
at hand when very ono employed at
tho various branches of Industry and
coming under the Jiiilsdictlon of tho
Amalgamated Association muy be en
rolled as a member, prepared to de
fend and promote the Interests of the
entile craft, and to further thu great
cause for which wo unlta and federate,
lie causo of human Justice. Officers
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. IIKftWQUES, PROP.
Horses and CarrJujJes
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance It offered for
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Manna Loa
at Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookeua, where the steamer la met
' Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KING STKfcET LINE.
CmUitt WUUI kr ion t 5 4). ij. 45 M
and tvery tj tslnuu ntrut f tt I uif. 11: u and
im)Hm Irwn W kUt jo tv th Pumhou bublti
Cart ltaf K Kirct trF'ia 1 Itch for town it
5 jiA w. anJ tvtr) t j mlrut thereafter till 11 ofcP.M
Cart lt Krt arJ Mrg ttret corner 1r Pal a ma
at 6 10 am. and ef) t trinuiet after till 11 ij
Cart Itiw for Patau a or.y al j an J 3 )o A M.
Cartteivt HaUcAfcr Ualkikf s e) A M an J every
ti mintiici tltt DiiM. t tfl at to i anJ 10 it F.M
Then UP w fritn Pafama icr Ftnatiou nly ao ';, iu .i 1. ..,. i ..
toWaUtlkUnSaturJut ' ,"' ',"n w ""' m.n 111 whbi-w,
Cart leave i-oti ana Mr ween corner wmim
RanKt at $ to ani mum
Cart tea Fun and Klrp ttrts corner lor Walk Ik I
at 6 o a m. andmrytf rrinutet till ioojp.m, then at
m baturiayt only
BERETANIA STREET AND t'UUANU VALLrY.
rf lai PLfiahuu Si j n tut Ton at 1 10 ani
tor To n ani Valley at 5 40 J jo 6 10 S 30 6 40 ? anJ
T to a M, '
Cart leave OahuCcllere fu town ani Valley at
6 jo 6 jo and f ieAM and ever) 10 mlnutet till 10 10
r.m excepi m even ntur iraiin. ituui ma wmw
run from the StaMt
Can Itavt Nuuanu Valley at 6 10 6 jo 6 jo A,M and
tverj ie minute thereafur till 10 jo P w
Cart leave Fort ard Quien ttreett Ut Panahou
College at C 05 6 e 3 ( el a m and every 10 tnlnuttt
after till g 4$ P m Afier il At the cart run tu the
Statu up 10 1 1 ;oP,M,uMtlithelattcar from Town,
rt a cfc I n gtheStat'e at 11 ;oP m
the appetite tho equine supply must
HKew.HG bo tho sourco of encourage
went, ChlraRo Chronicle,
Oom I'nul makes a iiropositon to
mib 111 It the matter to arbitration, with
a prmiso that If the decision U
agatust tho Uners they will resume tho
tight, stain! tip, John Hull, and kIvh
i t... -.-. ir .. . .. it,.,-.
of the International Association of ,B " ."" """'.""" i"V. "' o "
f.... II.., 1I...I- .1.11 .. I... -OllUlim HUV """ "' I.CU1.U ... t,u.,.M
Wililer's Steamship Company
FOR I8LAND PORT8.
O. R. & L. Co.
Fioln and after January 1, 1890.
II Sun tAIL t Sui OAIIV DAILV
A M AM. AM. I'.M I' M.
.110 til IIO )l IO
. 8 ) t .8 II 40 4T 1 10
8 l it t8 II on 4 0 io
. It. to . 4 43 ...
. . II SI ... !40 ....
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Xln. Iil.ilot j K....HM. l.n. IU..I. -..I, .. 1
...Ullllimm ll-inui, lll.ll IIIUII HlllllU HUB .r. ....I.. Ill,,
V..I-V lflr,...lv 0,...n...ln,l In ..UIT.IL,I,I.... All ICU. I.UUIH1IIK'
the nine hour rulo In that trade. They
claim the Hettlcmentii rrache'd haa "And jnu nny thu candidate treated
glen Mi.ftOi) inathluiMH a ahortei jou all like gentlemen?' naked thu
work day, 15.090 olherH nre nffeited polllhal muunKor. "Well. I mippomj
by coinprumlses reached, nnd 7S.0H0 1 that'H what jou'd call It,' nld the
niiulilulHtH will Kceli) nn ncrni!0 of worher; ho only treated 113 onte.
Subscribers to tlio UULLO'IN
net receiving their uptr3 inomptly
will confer o favor by notifying the
Buwiir&. OlHco; 'J'elephone 250.
(Inwira) x M.n. pailt dailt qaily
A M A M l M P.M.
Khuku ! IS .... nl
VWIilua . . io .... t o
Wlni 1 io ... ss
E Ml I . . 1 10 7 41 l os 4 It
Pml (.ny . il koi mo 4 j)
llonolu u So I is os S'O
P C. SMITH. C.en'l Pass. & Ticket Agt.
O. P. DKNISON. Superintendent
Knlwl . U
T O Mitchell ct al
Kallll and husband
. . . Ilel.
M. II. Cahral V Martins . . L
A. Wnltjcn and wife H lllchi)lt
II. Ulschoff Mrs. Wm Heeh ... I)
Chas. Kaohu T. K Lalakea .. Mtj.
T. K. Lalakea First Hank or llllo
T Kaapa C. L. Hton Mtg
T. Kaapa H. I)e Sllsa Mtg.
L. K. Kakanl Chons Joe 1.
W. Conradt J. do Hego blha...ltcl
1. Serrao J. 1. Kemandez Ji...llel.
Honolulu Meat Co, "Ltd. Wm.
Wm. Mutch Metrop. Meat Co . Ltd L
first Hank of llllo A. .i. I'otcm.
3. C. Studdert C. llrown MtB
C Ahl Hawn. Mcrcnnt. Co MtK.
I). Korues II. I'urdy et nl. .....Itel.
A. 11. Lindsay 11. I'urdy ct al..Hol
Mm. II. N. I'urdy Mrs L. X. ia-
man ... ., I).
L. X. Kamau nud husband J. A.
M. II. Drunimond I. 11. Hiiinelle
M. A. Oa Jan. L. McLean.... ltd.
Oenr, LanslnR & Co. Hono. luxest-
ment Co, Ltd. II.
D. L. I'eterson J. Kmmeluth ...Ilel.
Inttruments Filed for Rtcord Decem
ber 17, 1901.
Knmal Yamada L.
Recorded December 9, 1901.
Kapau and husband to Mrs. K. Ka
vclo; deed; Interest In It. 1'. 930, Ku
ktilhaele, Ilamakun, Hawaii: $150.
Hook "2'J, page 'i'J. Dated November
IL Kaviclo and husband to Mrs. J.
A. l'aaklkl; deed: Interest In II. I',
930, Knkulhaelc, Hamakua, Hawnll;
$176. Hook 29, page 250. Dated Xo
vembcr 23. 1901.
Mnnakui (IO to Akau; deed; six
acres It. I'. 323S, Kohaia, Hamakua.
Ilauall; $120. Hook 229. page 25u.
Dated November IT, 1901.
(1. McMillan to J. unroa; died; lot
3 and portion lot 31, map 3, Kaapahu,
liamnkua, Hawaii: $1350. Hook 229,
(age 251. Dated November 8, 1901.
U. McMillan to M. T. 1'reltns;
deed; portion lot 34, map 3, Kaapahu,
Hamakua, Hawaii: $J3i. Hook 2.'9,
pose 252. Dated November 13. 1901.
Is.. I'lijltnnl and wife to S. Xakada;
deed; lot 19, mup 18, Ahualoa, llama.
I.un, Hawaii; $'J". Hook 229, pagu
253. Dated November 11, ll'i'l.
K Ivvaoka to T. W Llndsey; deed,
land patent 4110, ,liualoa, Ilamakun.
Hawaii, $500. Hook 2'.".' page .'51.
Dated December 3, 190i.
M Coleman and wife to t C I'nl
fie; deed, lot 37 map .J Maulua.
Noitb llllo. Hawaii, $1. Hook 229,
1.-Ie 251. Dated July 23 1S9S
A C l'ulfiey, allldavn, In re ion
ciderntlon for deed In lease lloolt
229, page 2'5. Dated Lcccmber C,
Kalama and hiuband to M Kaano
nlll and htisbnnd, deed, one acre ol
It. I' 1191, Kalamawntawanwa South
Kona, Hawaii, W Honk 229, pagt)
255. Dated Mauh :, 1901.
1'. I'. Uvaii and wife to John Kelly;
n'uitgiige; portion Grant 3ij',3, loiner
Iloso and Middle streets, Honolulu,
Oaliu, $1100. Hook 23i, page 103. Dat
ed December 2. 1901.
M. L. Snlgada to Jps. I'. Medelros
et al.; deed; lot 27. block .., Kaplotanl
(tact, Honolulu, Oahu; $1. Hook 231,
pugc (,o. liaieu December 7, 1901.
Mnhelona (I.) to Enoka (k): deed:
portions It. I'.'s 7S22 nnd 7823, I'uu
mol, llllo, Hawaii; 125. Hook 231.
pago lil. Dated January 21, 1892.
Joseph Jones et al. to J. v. Drown;
Unto; Interest in Kill. 77li2 and (Irani
1S30, I'obakuplll and Lupiihu, Molo
Lai; tin jears nt ISO and bonus $110.
Dated October 21, 1901.
J. M. I.emcstdJ. H Azcvcdo; fore
(losuiu deed, leasehold. aKreemeut,
buildings, etc., KitMiiuaeo, Honolulu,
Oahu; $13on. Hook 231 page 1,2. Dal
ed Decembci 7, 1901.
J. K. Kaumalliula to Man Hlng;
lease; two npauas of II. 1 5091, Kul
1,515, Walkele, Iun, Oahu, ten ear
nt $180. Hook 22S, page 3 m. Dated
Di'cember 7, 1901
Dliikou (w) to A. M McHrvde; con
dltlonnl deed, Kul. i!745 Kalaheii. Kn
ual, $50. Hook 231, page ul. Dated
Xovembci 19. 1901. '
8. IL Illshop and wife to M. J. He
nnvldes; deed, lot 02. Kalm tract, Uo
noiuiu, uaiiu: iJ0i. Hook lui, pjge
b4. Dated December 27. lsino.
Kawahaol to S. M. Damon; deed.
It. I'. 28511, Kill. 122S. Moanalua. Ho
nr.lulu. Oahu; $1500. Hook 231, pago
ib. iiaieu Decemiier 9. 1901.
S. Culleu Jr. to U L. MeCandless:
lease; one naif interest In II. r.n
1.987, 3017, 3032. bfilO and 3054. Wula
hole. Koolaupoko, Oahu; fifteen earu
at $50. Hook 228, page 377. Dated
Dtceniber 9, 1901.
Kal.alpuna () to C. H. Cockctt:
mortgage; Kul. 581, Kauaulu, I.abalna.
Maul; $o. Hook 227, page 411. Dated
December 7, 1901,
A. II. Kamakelo ct al. to Keahl (k):
deed; Aps. 1, 2 and 9, It. t. 2331, I'a.
l.i ma, Walkapu, Maul; $130. Hook 229,
page 230. Dated I'ebruary 20, 1885.
S. Mehcula and wife to L. V. Ah
iirez; mortgage, portion It. I. 3011,
Kul. 1111, Auwalollmu, Honolulu. Oa
hii; $.'00. Hook 227, page 414. Dated
Dieembei 7, 1901,
M. J. Hunavldes to It. Hlchnrdson;
moitgagc; lot 02, Kallu tract, llonolu
hi, Oahu; $275. Uook 230, page 101,
Dated December 7, 1901,
Recorded December 10, 1901,
J, A Mngulre to L. Knwehl et nl.;
exchango deed: pleie land. Xorth Ko
na, Hawaii. Hook 229, page 258, Dat
ed April 4, 1901,
Recorded December 11, 1901,
II. C. AiiBttn to llllo Kailroad Com
pany; assignment of lease; eiown
leaso Xo. 90, I'onahawal. llllo. Hawaii;
$003. Hook 228, page 380, Dated De
cember 9, 1901.
Dow sett Company, Limited, to Wood
lawn Krult Company, Limited; lease;
poitlon Illshop I'stnto lands, portion
Queen I'niina Pstatu lands. Hwa, Oa
hu; six oars nine months twenty nine
days, $10,000. Hook 228, page 381.
Dated December 9. 1901.
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 thl manner.
THE AMOUNT PAD
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAD FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
HOME TOO. k j j
We have now on tale lots In the beautiful Puupueo Tract,
which contatna 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 COIVIP'Y
At the er.tnnci
to the Famous
lao Vallev, ani
easy access to
volcano In tin
for Tourists an
MAUI HOTEL, ISLD,L0uFKSu,.
A. T. HAGHNKAMP. Mannecr,
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coallnga Oil
Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, completely sur
rounded by as rich oil producing wells
as there are In the State, leldlng from
50 to 250 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at the Coal
Inga wells. 70 cents per barrel.
With twcnty-flvo producing wells of
100 barrels each per day, you can
raako jour own calculation as to
Tho oil industry oi uaniornia is in
Its iifancy, yet many fortunes have
been mado by Judicious and lucky In
vestments In oil stock. Many more
will he made In tho near future.
The average adTanco on original
sslcs of oil stock In twenty leading
companies In California has been
from $1 to $108 per share.
Oil lands have advanced from u.z&
to $1,000 and $2,000 per acre.
When tho Pac lie Union Oil com
pany hag a number of producing wells
on Its property. Its stock will hnve
tho sanio show for even a greater aa
vance, as somo oil stock has advanced
from $1 tu $1,500 per share.
Thn Pacific Un on OH company n
no salaried officer, and Is controlled
by well known gentlemen of Integrity
who will see tnat the money uenvea
from tho salo of Btock will bo legltl
mately applied to tho development ot
Kor further Information, apply to J
II. KISHEIi & CO., Stock nnd BonJ
Urokors, nud Hawaiian agents for tho
salo of a limited amount of Pacific
Union Oil Company stock. Siangan
wald building. Merchant street.
It Ik said that Mr. Ilrjan declined
tu go to the aid of Tammany. If thl
bu true, llrvan Is n most ungrateful
person. Tammany made a great
many enemies for Itself by Its sup
port ot the Xobrnskan last jear.
NOTICE OF SALE FOR NON PAY.
MENT OF COMPENSATION FOR
CARE OF ANIMAL.
Notice Is hereb.v given that I will
sell nt public nuctlon, b order of the
Tirrltory Stnblen Co Ltd. on Satur
day. lhu 2bth day of December 1901,
at 12 o'clock in. of that day. at the
place of liiialnesii of snld Territory
Stables Co , Ltd., one gray horse, un
Ut the amount due for the care, cus
tody mid feed thereof Is paid on or
before that date, as well as the ex
pmse for the tare and keep of said
nnlinnl since the 27th day of Xov em
ber. 1901, Is also paid.
Dated Honolulu, December 11 1951.
For further particulars, apply to the
Territory stables Co., I.til . or to
WILL E. FISHER.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At n meeting of the stockholders
of the Kona & Kau Hallway Company,
Limited, held this day In the city ot
Honolulu, the following officers were
Carl Coerper President ,
Jacob Coerper ....Vice President
Chas. T. Wilder Secretary
Harry ArmlUge treasurer
M. D. Macfarlane Auditor
W. G. Cooper and Gardner K. Wil
der, Directors, who. with the oilier,
cci'stltute the Hoard nf Directors'.
CHAS. T WILDKIt.
Siiretnry Kona k Kail Hallway Com
Honolulu, December 11, 1901 '
The steamer W. O. Hall will ar
rive at Honolulu on Saturday, Decem
ber 21st and 28th, Instead ot Sundavs.
nH usual, and will sail from Honolulu
on Monday, December 23d and SOlh,
Instead of on Tuesdns, as usual.
The steamer Mlkahala will arrive at
Honolulu on Tuesday, December 21th
and 31st, Instead of on Wednesday, as
The steamer Manna Loa will sail
fiom Honolulu on Monday, December
30th, Instead of on Tuesday.
After these date's, the regular sched
ule will ho resumed.
INTKIl-ISLAXD STHAM XAVIRA
TlOy CO . LTD ,
Hy Its President: J. ILS'A.
Intending cabin and steerage pas
sengers from the port of Honolulu
nre hereby informed that until further
notice thu undersigned will not book
passengers on the steamers for which
they are agents unless said passengers
report nt their office nt least nine (9)
days previous to the scheduled date ot
sailing. Further Information may be
had upon application at the offices of
ii. iiackfi:La . co, ltd,
WM. O. IHWIX 4. CO.
T. II. DAVIDS A: CO.
WILDER'8 STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Notice to Shippers,
Shippers are notified that a new
freight schedule will go Into effect on
acd after December 1st, 1901,
Information In regard to changes In
rates tan be obtained at the office of
tho company, corner Fort and Queen
C. L. WIGHT,
1991-to Jan. 1 President.
BULL: "BEAR TRACKS, BY JOVE!"
131 Pant Plont, Pr
It Is stated Unit as a result of the
Invasion of China by Lie powers the
Industries of thu country wcrn so dis
turbed that upward of 900,000 people
are now- on the verge of starvation, so
It would hcem that In some respects
the process of civilization Ib not wide
ly different fiom thai uf barhnilsm.
Xcvv Haven Palladium.
"Well, I declnie," remarked tho thin
man, who was being uncomfnrtabl)
i-iuwded b) a stout person, "tho trnl
le lompan ought to ehargo passen
gers by weight." "Think so?" retort.
ed thu stout person. "At that rate It
wouldn't bo worth their while to lain
ou on at all." Philadelphia Press
There wilt bo a meeting of tho
stockholders of tho Austin Publishing
Company nt tho Companv's olllce, cor
ner of Xtiuanii and King streets. Ho
nolulu, on Saturday morning, Decem
ber 21st, at 10:30 o'clock.
M. 1'. IIUHIXSON,
020 5t President.
NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS.
All persons are warned against
tiespasslng on tho lands of thu Coney
Kstatc, In Panoa Valley. An) ono
found so trespassing will he prosecut
n 1 In tho full extent nf tho law, J, 11
K 1 nl la ti has been appointed an agent
of tha Kstato with power to regulate
matters concerning Hie land In rauo.v
MRS, A, A IIAALKLUA,
2020 Iw Triibteo Coney Instate.
SIX PER CENT GOLD BONDS.
Oahu Sugar Co., Ltd.
The undersigned offer for sale, at
par. One Hundred and Fifty Houds of
tho Oahu Sugar Company, Limited, ot
iiuuo ram. interest at per cent per
annum, pavnblu on April 1st and Oc
tober 1st. HISHOP . CO.
2019 31 Dec. H. 10. 18.
Tho thlnl assessment, of 25 per
cent, on the new stock of the Pioneer
.Mill Company, Limited, will be due
and pa able at the office of 11. Hack
feld tc Co., Ltd., on January 2d. 1902,
and will become delinquent on Janu
ary 10th, 1902. H. SCHULT7.K,
2019 3t Treasurer.
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Xlght watchmen furnished for build
Ings, business property and residences.
Builders will do well to consult Dow
era In regard to watchmen.
The adjourned annual meeting of
the stockholders of the KIPAHUi.U
SUdAIt CO., LTD.. will be held at the
cilltco nf II llacl.feld & Co, Ltd. on
Tuesday, December 17th. 1901. at II
o'clock n. m. F. KLAMP.
2019 3t Secretary.
Telephone the r.VKXINO I1ULLE
TIN, Main 250, If you havo books to b
mado, printing to he done, etc., etc.,
and we will call. We have men that
know their business (or that purpose.
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