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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T.. FRIDAY, DEC. 20. 1901.
d LV SI-.-,
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS
'Y'tE lire ovcr-Hlockcd In every deportment nnd have more gooiltt now due, so miiHt
1 nell Inro iinntltlen before the new Htock nrrlveH. In order to do thin we hove
tn ken the right time the time when n WMA8 CA8B ot pure llquorx will be npprcc
tatcd, nnd hnc reduced tlic'pricca ho ns to mnkc It a ftpcclnl object to buy from ubJ'
No ctiHtomer cun huy poor goods ut our plnce. We do not keep them. Our stock t
the licHt nnd with these special otters wc expect to hnvc n lai'dc selling. 8nlc coutlnucH
until Jnnunry iHt, nnd It Ih to your iiduntntc (is well iih ours to buy now.
WHISKEY IK BULK
Finest whiskeys from 'i .lompion A.
Bro. Distillery, Louisville, K., dis
tilled spring of 1888.
Comes in three qualities. Special
prices, $2.50, $3.50, $4.50 per gal.
Thompson 4. Bro. arc among the
oldCBt distillers In tho State of Ken
tucky and the whiskies are known to
be or tho highest Km lie. Their
BLACK THORN WHISKEY
Is distilled from the finest selected
grain and Ih guaranteed pure nnd tin
adulterated. Highly recommended
for ItH medicinal qualities.
In case ut one dozen, $14.00.
WHYTE & MACKAY, CLASCOW
Dent Scotch whiskies and Robert
son's Scotch, $13.00 to $15.00 per doz.
MAO AND ZOBELEINS
A fine beer from the famous Ixm
AngelpB brewery, $1.85 per doz; $11.00
The famous Anhoiiher-Busch Ilecr at
$2.25 per doz., delivered frco to any
part uf the city. ly the barrel at $13.
and IMPORTED COGNAC
OoocI.h Delivered Free to All Pnrt of the City
Kxtra Pale. Purest brew from Maler
& Zobeleln's Brewery, l.os Angeles.
Made from the finest Imported hops
nnd pure malt. Water used from tho
famous Santiago Mineral Springs.
Highly recommended by physicians
for its tonic properties.
In cases of one doz., $1.85; by the
FINE CALIFORNIA WINES
Finest wines from the Swiss-Italian
Colony In California. j
The popular kinds. Including Port,
Claret, Sherry, etc., at SOc per gal. In
Fancy wines from o0e to $2 per gat.
WINES IN CASES
from $3.00 upward.
Including the choicest California and
Kngllsh nnd Holland (ilns at special
Jos. Hartmann & Co.
Wholesale Liquor Dealers.
Bethel St., Bet. Kin; and Hote,
Lines of Travel.
Oceanic Steamship Company
Tbe steamers of tbls line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA DEC. 1 ALAMEDA DEC. 25
SONOMA JAN. 1 VEXTl'RA DEC. 31
ALAMEDA JAN. 11 ALAMEDA JAN. IB
VENTURA JAN. 22 SIERRA JAN. 21
ALAMEDA FED. 1 AI.AMEDA FEU. 5
SIERRA FEII. 12 SONOMA .- FEU. 11
ALAMEDA FEII. 22 ALAMEDA FEII. 2(i
SONOMA MAR. 6 VENTURA .. MAR. A
ALAMEDA MAR.15 ALAMEDA MAIL 19
VENTURA MAR. 20 rillvKRA MAR. 25
ALAMEDA APRIL 6 ALAMEDA PRIL !)
In connection with tho salting ot the ntiuve (.learners, the agents nro pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by nuy rail
road from San Francisco to all poIutB In tho United States, and from New
Tork by any steamship lino to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENT8 OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
HER MEMORY HONORED
Instruments Filed for Record Decern-1
ber 13, 19v1. ,
(I. C. Alilna M K haluna . . D. f
Kaula oplo C F Peterson ,. .1).
L. Mnkalnnl A S Wilcox D.I
K. L. and F. R. Vlda -II. O. Vulii .II.S
II. C. Vlda W. t. ieacoc. Ac to.
.. t CM
W. 0. Parke Wo Sung Co Itel
D. Man Chan et al. 11. bee ..U.S.!
Instruments Filed for Record Decem
ber 20, 1901.
Luahlwa II. Kolkl ,....11
Oahu R. & L. Co. II. D. John
sou et nl D
1). Manuel Oeo, Lycurgus. tr. ...
S. Kehuinu Manilla D
Recorded December 10, 1901.
Chip Po Compnny to J. Fernandez;
mortgage; lot 1, Kntlti tract, Honolu
lu. Oahu; $1050. Hook 227, pajo 422.
Dated December 7, 1901,
Young Chlng to Lttni Fal; chattel
mortgage; three share; City Mill Co.,
Ltd., one share Man bang Co.; $700.
Hook 227, page 42i. Dateu September
K Nahoolevn to J. A. Magoon,
mortgage; portion, R. P. 1788, i auoa,
Honolulu, Oahu. II. l'.'s H(0 nnd 1131.
Kntvcla, Moloknl, toftu. Rook 23'), page
115. Dated December 2, 1901,
C. S. .Martin to M. Vlvluhaves;
deed; lot 18. blocit D, Kaplolani Park
nddltlon, Honolulu, Oahu; $250. Hook
229. page 205. Dated December 10.
Recorded December 11, 1901.
Lam lloo Chin to i .urn Flo; chattel
mortgage; two snares Man Sung Co.,
Hnnnici, Kauai; lluw, ltoo.v 227, page
420. Dated December u, 1901.
D. MurashtRa to U. Kujlmoto; as
signment ot lense; piece laud, Kalihl,
Honolulu, Oahu; $1. Hook 22S, page
3so. Dated llccemlier 11, 1901.
M. A. Dareto to D. Murnshige; con
snt; to assignment of Icaso to O. Fu
jlmoto, of piece land, Kaunl, Honolu
lu, Oahu. Hook 228, pngu 384. Dated
December 11, 1901,
M..A. Stolz to lllshop & Company;
mortgage; one-seventh Interest in K.
P.'s 532. 193tNvKuk''M30. etc., Walmca,
Kauai; interest In Estate O. 11. Row
(II, deceased; fllty shares Hawaiian
Sugar Company, Limited; $3750. HooK
227, page 427. Dated November 13,
Mrs. E. Palau to Laupahoehoe Su
gar Company; lease; forty-flvu and
one-half acres of It. P. 13ol. Pohnkii
I uka. North llllo, Hawaii; two years,
paid $C37. Rook 22S, page 3S7. Date I
December 2, 1901.
W. C. Achl to A. Rodriguez; affi
davit; In re change uf grantee's niunit
In l.lher 229. page 125. Hook 229,
page 120, Dut.M December II,, 1901.
F. Hoteltio to J O. Luherto; al
ignment of base, lease No. 70 of Its
p.olinl Estate. Limited; $50. lloo:
228, page ::ss.
lllsnop A: Calumny to Wong Ah
t'huckj releaie; portion Grunt 322D
unit Kill. 717, Ap. 1, piece land, Knllii,
Itasehold, Aula road. Honolulu, Oahu;
$,!OUO. Hook 22rt. page 209. Dated Do
i ember 9, 1901.
A. P. Waahla to E. "F. lllshop,
foreclosure deed; Inteiest In R. P. s
192.1, 2941 and 529,9, Haua. Maul; $100.
.Hook 231, page 6.'. Dated Nuvetulier
Recorded December 12, 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 this manner.
THE AMOUNT PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
HOME TOO. .
We have 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 ocean, has
macadamized streets, artesian water, and the electric ear line
passes through the property. For any further Information regard
ing prices, terms, etc., address
ISLAND REALTY COWIP'Y
ItaUkerSs sflftssiBiBsBslfiftitatt''' "--- )
At the er.trancs
to the Famoui
easy access to
volcano In ths
for Tourists &ni
MAUI HOTEL, SSSf.
A. T. HAr.HNKAMP. Miinriijer.
ROOSEVELT B tt
HI i TROUBLES
NOTICE OF SALE FOR NON-PAY-MENT
OF COMPENSATION FOR
CARE OF ANIMAL.
M. C. Wldditleld to Halstcad ft
Company; deed; lots S and 7. block
2 Kalmukl tract. Honolulu, lot 22,
block 21, Pearl City. Ewa, Oahu;
11900. Book 219, page 260. Dated Do
After the decoration of the grao of Ilordcse, sung by the choir, followed. l ' m," 'J, '' '" , ., , .
the late llernlce Pauahl lllshop on the At tho conclusion of the Gloria. W. H. I ,,,.,'V. KV,B ,V2 a. 3 luoc LV Kahda nl
Mausoleum grounds yesterday, tho stu- Castle read an address on the iluwa ttaeti 'Honolulu. Oahu; $J2,1. Hook
ileuts went back to the schools und, at I linn chiefs. Rev. S. L. Desha of llllo, 2'J, page 207. ' Dated ' December 12,
1 30 o'clock there was a big luau at delivered an nu.ircss In Hawalaln on '1901.
vhlch were ii Urge number of guests "The Building of a Living Monument.", J. M. Kaalahua to Loo I loon; lease;
Player was orfercd hy Rev. David Al. portion llrnnt ,12. Wnlkele. Ea. Oa
assistant nastiir of Knnnlnliaii audi'1": ,l'5.1,t yr,,rK. 5 ?" '""X.
then, the entire audienru rising, sang
Hawaii Ponot, The bencdlctlun wai
pronounrcil hy Rev. S. L. Desha.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamer of the above companies wilt call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA..
AMERICA MARU JAN.
HONGKONG MARU FER.
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
2f,i AMERICA MARU . .
18 HONGKONG MARU ,
H NIPPON .MARU ,
In tbe evening rnme the memorial
services In the chapel near tho en
trance to the grounds. The place was
filled. The program began with the
hrand offertory of St. Cecelia (Datlbte), I
played by Piof. Ingalls on tho organ. J
After this cjmo a song composed In
honor of Mrs. lllshop by .Mis.. Ynrud-ley.
After the Invocation by Dr. W. U.
Elklns came tho address of Prcsldmt
Charles Iluitlctt Dyke on "Our Heri
tage." lu It. the speaker referred 'tu
the urgent call for men In the world
today, to the' opportunities placed he
fore the students of KHmehainehn and
lastly, to the belover alii who left her
pcoplo n heritage which ought to In
lluencn the nation for nil time. In
conclusion, he said:
"Our church meds nn awakening,
our society needs skillful anil faithful
workeis, our government needs wise
and loyal citizens, our nation needi
pure and happy homes. May all of ug
leallze today, us never before, our per
PIG DIET CLUB
page 389. Dated October 15. 1901
C. K. Malcha to Tung Wo Wnl Com
. pany; li-uc; piece land. Walkele, Kwn,
I Oahu; ten ears at $100. HiKik 228,
I page 390. Dated Nou-inher 9, 1901.
I A. Nauiuii and wife to F. Gay ot nl.;
I il id; Kills. 11.20. t!700 and 7882. Will-
men. Kauai; 1300. Hook 229. uagn
1 208. Dated, 1893.
Chicago, Dee. 9. Residents of tbu M. Vhlchuves nnd IIo to 0. S.
fashionable Chicago miburb uf .Melruio; Mai tin; deed; lot 20. block D, Kaput
Park boast of a "pig club, the tweuty, n .,k .ilttlon. Honolulu. Oahu;
li'emueis or ulili n nin plcugeu to i'nt-(;,(i. Hook 229. page 209. Dated Do
do incai mil pors lor me uvxi Bix.omliir 10, 1901.
mouths. Tho club owes ItH origin tu i .
( n ti'iniiul I Inn i t fliti wli lifi ti ulturn
S.IITJ JM .1 ( ll-UIU SS.fc ,.,,
!.... L..r.1tn,l limn,,.!.,., I .. ulr.. ..ft
(tl i rii i i'i iiiiut nil i ii iiiivii . iv'i. tiiiu ii
tho iiroidont nf '), ohu Park Salucs
UatiK, vun it ouni; troiKir in a rnllln. i
uiinnviMThii wbh C'limuMi pn-Huirni unmlin. i-li.. I.m a Tim ITnlnn
'RAILROAD SCHOOL TAX
or tlis runt, wiiicii new iih uist meet.) .ni,.(. Ulllroiid is lon.plalulng to tbu
Ing tlilH evening nt tho homo of Mich-, ,,, tmt u u (,,si.,i to .,i,icate the
bit i ..ih. nun" "i ik " i" i larger iirtlou or the children or West
only course on the menu. "Wo an ,., .svuinsku nnd Eastem Wyoming
to prove the lals.ty of the theory that.' ut f lB own pocket. The citizens
pork s unlienltliy because It contaliis,,,,.,. XMnK ,.,, a(lvanta8u of tho law
parasites, sad Mrs. Iniinil.rKi. , Mimr.-ly Bcttk-U aUtrlt-tH thnt
"The chili will meet weekly, and the ,. rninillj u ohllged to shuulder
liet meellug will he nt my house. 1 1 ,,i,..,..,i,u r n... .....i ..r ,i.oii..
.. .. t. I... n.i. n.tl.i.r ,,inl(..,k.ti.flulnnlnM'.m n
o use our iieniHgn ' f.-'- " f..v .- nw s l(ut bcnoois,
Washington. D-e 7 HacretHry
Gagi-. II. II. Kohlsant und others In
n iKisltlon to know positively deny tho
story that there is tiouhlo between tho
President anil the Secretary of tho
Treasury nnd that Secretary Gago Is
about to resign, A friend of tho Pres
ident was at thu Whlto Houso today
I nnd put tho question point blank to
the President mid received n lioliit
blonk answer that tho relations he-
tween'tho Executive nnd his financial
adviser weic cordial, and that tho
story of a rupture was baseless.
It Is true, howowr, that Secretary
Gago Is, and lias been lor a long lime,
anxious tu retire, but this Is also true
of Secretaries Hoy and 1iug, about
whose friendly relations with the
Piesldent there lias been no ipiestlon.
Secretary Hay has never recovered
his spirits since the trnglo death of his
son, and will welcome relief from olll
clal cares. Secivtaiy l,ong makes no
secret of his desire to ictlrc. Hut nil
deny that anything but cordiality
marks the relations ot the President
and his Cabinet.
New York, !). 7. Many Republi
cans In New York Hlutu have not lien
able to understand why Embassador
Joseph II. Chouto has prolonged bis
vacation tu this eoulitiy. It has bei n
said In Washington that If Low had
been defeated on election day, Roose
velt was to !inv! appointed Low Em
bassador to Great Itritaln. Another
story nmn out today from Republi
cans who weio nt tho Fifth Avenue Ho
tel nnd who havn talked with Presi
dent Rooieult within tho labt fen
days. They snld they believed Presi
dent Iloosuvcll, now- that thu now
British tieaty Iuih been satisfactorily
adjusted, Is to appoint Chouto Secre
tary of Stale In placo of Secietruy
Hay, who may possibly take Chimin's
place ns Hmharsndor. The report thnt
Chouto was to succeed Hay and Hay
to succeed Chniite wun accepted as
true by Republicans who have discuss,
ed this matter with the President nnd
others In Washington.
Notice Is hereby given that I will
sell at public Miction, by order of tho
Territory Stables Co., Ltd., on Satur
day, the 2Sth day of December, 1901.
nt 12 o'clock m. of that day. at the
place of business of said Territory
Stables Co.. Ltd., one gray horse, un
less the amount due for the cure, cus
tody and fied thereof Is paid on or
before that date, as well as the ex
pense for the care and keep of said
animal since Hie 27th day of Novem
ber, 1901. Ih also paid.
Dated Honolulu. December II, 1901.
For further piiitlcuhini, apply to tho
Territory Stahles Co., Ltd., or to
WILL C. FISHER.
FOR' GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. S. CO.
- H. ftACKFIBLO & CO, LTD. AGBNTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
From Vancouver anu Victoria, B. C.
(For Brisbane and Sydnoy.l
MIOWERA DEC. 21
AORANGI JAN. 18
MOANA ..FEII. 15
from Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria aud Vancouver, U. C.)
.MOANA JAN. ID
so that wo may be able to fill all these ' prize, and tho winner must tatch T, rlroad cites thu casu of one
If I luli.nil lit iilvii it Iikiuii In tln . . .. . .
for righteousness and ser- - " " ''"'" " . 7,1 w ',!' i"""'1. "".Ciieyenno county
A selection by the bojs of the Pre
paratory School was tho next cm tho
progrum. Hrrlptuin reading by Dr. rt your periodicals bound at tho
Klkln mid the (Holla from a muss of KVENING BULLETIN'S Bindery.
yard. Wo loinied n rooster ilult lust
winter, but I think u chiiigu tu pig will
bo for Hie better.'
Notice fe hereby rjlven that Intending passengers per S. S. AORANGI,
due to sail for Vancouver on the 18th Inst., and per S, 5. MIOWERA, due
to sail for Sydney on the 21st Inst., mutt apply for pattages not later than
Monday, the 16th Inst. CANADIAN-AUSTRALIAN S. S, LINE, THEO. H.
DAVIES & CO., LTD., Agents.
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
d all gener&l Information, apply to curope. For Freight and Passagu nn
Thco. H.DavtcHftCo..Ltd., GenMAgcntB.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
a. 6. OREGONIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about Dec. 20.
S. 8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, to sail about Jan. 20.
R. ft. AMERICAN. 6.000 tons, to salt durinn February,
From San Francisco 8. S. HYADES, 3,000 tons, to sail Jan. 4 for Honolulu,
might received ot Company's wharf, nd Street, South Brooklyn, at
all tlme. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General. Freight Agent H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
JUST WHAT I WANT !
"I am nervous nnd run down now
but I will be all right In a week."
IT CURES NERVOUS MEN.
CURES FEMALE WEAKNESS.
CURES RACK PAINS.
CURES STOMACH TROUBLE.
Dr. McLaughlins Electric licit Is n
populai lemedy nowadays. It Is the
only lemedy which will cure while yuii
skop. Just put U on wnen you go to
bed. leel the warm, glowing vitality go
ing into jour weakened pints and ic
storing tlielr lite and vlgur, and not a '
moment's Inconv enleiirc.
AND YOI' DON'T II WE TO DOSE
YOI'R STOMACH WITH NASTY
DRUGS. THIS SHOWS WHAT IT
RHEUMATISM AND STOMACH CA
Toiuales, Marin Co.. Cat.,
June 20. 1901.
DIt. McLAUGHI.lN- Dear Sir Oneiould not Imagine the siege or suf
reruns I pussed through from stomach tiouhlo and rheumatism, I
was subjected to suvern drug treatment, stomach pump treatment,
and diet treutment, without the least relief. I grew disgusted with
them all and as a Inst resort tiled your belt, two yeais ugo. In three
days I could fling away my cane, nnd lu three months was u new
man, entirely cured, and felt bitter than I had for nciiik. Several ol
my friends have since purehuseil jour helts. I would not pint with
mine for lluOfl If I eould not get uuother. Yours truly.
JOHN II. OUAY.
This miin was cured two years ago.
HOOK FREE. I will send itti my KltEi: HOOK, little Look, with
lull Information, seuled, free II you will send this ud.
Dr. M. H. McLaughlin, Z SceL8oVcu..
where there are only six children of
school ngo living In the district. The
are ull members of ono fumiiy, and, as
mum r nt convenience, tho kitchen
of their homo is converted Into a
school room. Tho teucher is the moth
er uf the finally, nnd her salary Is paid
hy a school tav, 92 per cent of which
inns upon mo company's iignt or way.
The company would not objcit so
much to thu salary, were It not for
the coal bills. Last winter, in thu six
mouths' teim, tho dlstilcl bcIiooI con
sumed twenty tons of coal. The school
was only supposed to ho lu session,
the complnliiantri 'point out, for II vu
days lu the week and for flvo liouia
In si eking lellef from the hardship
the lompany's first step was to placu
an old enhoose otf Its whcclH along the
light of nay In the district. In this
shelter one of tho employes establish
ed a lesldeiice as a voter, A section
of tho company's land grant was deed
ed to him, and lie luyi brought suit as
a n sldent taxpavcr agamRt thu extrnv
uganie lu thu management of thu
school district. It will be iiecessnry
to bring similar actions In other com
munities. TRANSPORT ANARCIIItSTH.
Washington, Dec. 9. Senator Hon
ti day Introduced the following reso
lution; "That the President lie re-duct-ted,
If he shall Ueem It pinetl
(able, to, cuter Into negotiations with
Other civilized (ountrk's to the end
that a convention no made lu nccord-
once with the terms of which some
Ihlniid, or. If thnt unmet bo done, some
other mltnhle terrltoiy, may bo set
apait, to which, under due precautions
nnd after fair and proper trial, persons
I on ml guilty of attempting or Instigat
ing or counseling tho overthrow of all
governments or of cilmlunl attempts
upon the life of chief magistrates nr
The firm of Purdy & Baron, ship's
cnipcntfi-s and builders, has this day
bien dissolved ny mutual consent.
C. II. Pnrd-hnv Ing bought tin1 entlru
business, will conduct thu same at tho
old stand, soliciting thu good patron
age of the port, with the usual guar
antee of tlrHt-clusH work. All.bills pay
able only to C. II. Purdy.
C. II. PURDY.
Honolulu, December 10, 1901.
The steamer W. G. Hall will ar
rive at Honolulu on Saturday, Decern.
ber 21st nnd 2Mb. Instead of Sundays,
as usual, ami will sail from Honolulu
on Monday, December 23d and 20th,
Instead of on 1 uesdnys, ns usual.
The steamer Mlknhala will arrive at
Honolulu on Tuesday, Dee-ember 21th
nnd 31st, Instead of on Wednesdays, as
Tho steamer Manna Loa will sail
from Honolulu on Monday, December
30th, Instead of oil Tuesday,
After these dates, the legular sched
ule will lie resumed.
INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAVIGA
TION CO., LTD..
Hy Its President : J. ENA.
Notice Is hereby given that at the
adjourned annual meeting of the
stockholders of the KIPA1IULU SU
GAR CO.. LTD., held Dei-ember 17.
1901, nt the otIUe of II. Hackfeld &
Co., Ltd., Honolulu, the following offi
cers were duly elected to Berve during
the ensuing ear, viz:
J. F. Hackfeld President
H. A. Isenberg Vice President
W. Pfotenhauer Treasurer
F. Klamp Secretary
Armln Haneberg Auditor
NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS.
All persons are warned ngalnst
trespassing nn the lands of tho Coney
Estate, in minm Valley. Anvone
found mi trespassing will be prosecut
ii to tho full extent of the law'. J. II
Klnllnu has been appointed an agent
of the Estute with power to regulate
matters concerning the land in Pauoa.
MRS. A. A. HAALELEA,
2020-lw Trustee Coney Estate.
Intending cabin nnd steerage pas
sengers (rum tho port of Honolulu
nro heiehy informed that until further
notice the undersigned will not book
pasicngcrHa.oit the steamers for which
they are agents unless said passengers
report at their otllcc at least nine (9)
(Invs previous to the srhcdulcel date of
sailing. Fuithrr Information may be
had upon application nt the office of
II. HACKFEL.. & CO:. LTD.,
WM. O. IRWIN & CO.,
T. II. D.V.8 : CO.
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Nlght watchmen furnished for bull!
lugs, business property and residences
Rudders will do well to consult Row
ers Ih regard to wntchmen.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
Notice is heiehy given thr Henry
C. Ylila and C, II. Gray, conducting
business under the name and stylu nt
the California Saioon. have this day
dissolved partnership by mutual con
sent. Henry C. Vlda -avlng purchas
ed thu entire business, will conduct
same. All bills pa) able only to Hen
ry C. Vlda.
HENRY C. VIDA.
C. II. GRAY.
Honolulu, November IS, 1901.
There will be n meeting of tho
stockholders of tho Austin Publishing
Company at the Company's ofllte, cor
ner of Nuiiuiiii and King Htiects. Ho
nolulu, nn Saturday morning. Decern-
high ulllcluls or such governments run ber 21st, al 10:30 o'clock.
be' transported, and to which they may M. P. ROBINSON,
be confined." :020-5t President.
WILDER'S 8TEAM8HIP COMPANY.
Notice to Shippers.
Shippers are notified that a new
freight schedule will go Into effect od
aud lifter Deecmltcr 1st. 1901.
Information In regard to changes In
rotcr. can be obtained at the office of
tho company, corner Fort nnd Queen
C. U WIOIIT,
1991-to Jan. 1 President.
Blank books of all description de
signed and tnado at tho i.VENlNU
BULLETIN'S Job Offlc.