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HVENINO BUIajETIN, HONOLULU, H. T.. FRIDAY, DEC. 27, 1901.
JUST WHAT I WANT !
"L am nervous and run down now
but I will bo nil right In a week."
IT CURES NERVOUS MEN.
CURES FEMALE WEAKNESS.
CURES BACK PAINS.
CURES STOMACH TROUBLE,
Dr. McLaughlin's Electric licit Is a
popular remedy nowada). It is tho
only remedy which will cure while you
sleep. Just put li on whin you go to
bed, feel the warm, glowing vitality go
ing Into our weakened parts and re
storing their life nnd lgor, and not a
AND YOU DON'T HAVE TO DOSE
YOUR STOMACH WITH NASTY
DRUGS. THIS SHOWS WHAT IT
RHEUMATISM AND STOMACH CA
Tomalcs, Marin Co. Cal,
Juno 2C, 1901.
DU. MCLAUGHLIN Dear Sir: Onecould not Imagine tho slego of suf
fering I passed through from stomach trouble and rheumatism. I
was subjected to secro drug treatment, stomach pump treatment,
and diet treatment, without tho least relief, I grew disgusted with
them all, and as a last resgrt tried your belt, two years ago. In three
days I could fling away my en no, and In three months was a now
man. entirely cured, and felt better than I had for years. Several of
my friends have1 since purchased your belts. I would not part with
mine for $1000 If I could not get another. Yours truly,
JOHN D. QUAY.
This man was cured two years ago.
BOOK FREE. I will send you my FREE UOOK. little book, with
full Information, sealed, free If you will send this ad.
Dr. M. H. McLaughlin, 22 K'c...
Lines of Travsl.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this" port as hereunder:
rROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
SONOMA '. JAN. 1 VENTURA DEC. 31
ALAMEDA JAN. 11 ALAMEDA JAN. 15
.VENTURA JAN. 22 SIERRA JAN. 21
ALAMEDA FEU. 1 ALAMEDA FEU. 5
SIERRA FED. 12 SONOMA FEU. 11
ALAMEDA FED. 22 ALAMEDA FEU. 26
SONOMA MAR. 5 VENTURA MAR. 4
ALAMEDA MAR.15 ALAMEDA MAR. 19
-VENTURA MAR. 26 SIERRA MAR. 25
'ALAMEDA APRIL 6 ALAMEDA APRIL !
.... .. ... , ., ...
In connection with the sailing or the noove steamers, lae agents aro pre
pared 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
Tork by any steamship lino to all European ports.
FOR FUR1HER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AQENT3 OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamsrijp Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
8teamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOR 8AN FRANCI8CO.
COPTIC JAN. 4, PEKING DEC. 27
GAELIC JAN. 3
HONOKONO MARU JAN. 11
CHINA JAN. 20
DORIC JAN. 31
NIPPON MAUU FED. 8
AMERICA MARU JAN. 11
"Hi J ACT. 18
L'iKilU .. . . . JAN. ZX
lOKONa MARU FED. 6
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.Mrs. Dupiiut IVudert. better known iim Amnllii Kuiur, the ctlchriited
mlnlntuii- pnlnltr. wiih slgnill.v honored during her nit-lit vllt to I'ntli with
her litiftliniiil, I'nptiiln C'otilett. 'lht-y were tbe KUt-ti of Pn-tdcnt ami Mrs.
I.oiilnt nl the o.M-rii. occiip)lug chairs In the executive bux.
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
H. HACKFigLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Btcamors of tho abovo line, running In connection wlu tbe CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. B. C., and Sydney. N.S.vV.,
and calling at Victoria, D. C. Honolulu and Brisbane, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
Asparagus Is taking the place of
peas to servo with sweetbreads.
Drown sugar should bo used for
baked- custard, mlnco pie, pumpkin
pie. fruit cake, gingerbread and most
Never put away clean clothes with
out examining every pleco to see If
they aro In any way out of older.
Stockings, particular!, should be care
To clean cistern water, add two
ounces powdered alum and two
ounces of borax to a JO barrel cistern
of rain water that Is blacKcnt-d or oily,
and In n few boms tho Eedlmcnt will
Bcttlo and tho watei be clnrlfled and fit
for washing and even looking put
A pinch 'of powdered ginger added
to cranberries In cooking will bring
out the flavor. They should not bo
sloped to a Jam, but kept separate,
looking moro like candled cherries.
Cracks In a stove grate can be eas
ily mi-nili-d by appl) lug ashes and salt
moistened to a stiff paste. Pet .i at
night and In tho mornlug it will bo
found qulto firm. Should It crumbla
again In the lapse of months, icncnv
Cranberries make excellent timber
for winter shortcakes. Pare, core and
cook with as little water as will pre
vent burning. Sweeten as for table
use and can. To use placo between
tbln shortcake, cover with frosting
and serve. You will call It delicious.
To mako tho fringe of napkins, ta
blecloths, etc., look as though new aft
er being washed, fold tho cloth dou
bled when starched ready for Ironing,
then dip tho fringe In cold water and
comb it out with a rather flno comb
while double. Iron In tho usual way.
vvnen you mauo jour crauapplo Jelly
don't forget tho roso geranium leaf
that should go Into tho bottom of a
number of tho glasses. Havo tho
geranium leaves washed to frco them
irom any possible parasites, -iln-n.
Just before pouring tho hot Jelly Into
mo glasses, uiruw a small leaf Into
From Vancouver anu Victoria, B. C.
(For Brisbane and Sydney.)
AORANGI JAN. 18
MOANA FEB. 15
from Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, D. C.)
MOANA JAN. IB
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
d all general Information, apply to Curope. For Freight and Passage an
Theo. H. Da view & Co., Ltd., Gsn'l Agent.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
NBW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
8. 8. OREGONIAN, 6,000 tons, tolsail about Dec. 20.
8. 8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, to sail about Jan. 20.
8. 8. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail during February.
From San Francisco 8, 8. HYADE8, 3,000 tons, to sail Jan. 4 for Honolulu.
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South Brooklyn, at
all times. For further particulars, apply to
I C. P. MORSB,
V General Freight Agent. H HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
"It Is all right for a man to have a
sense of humor, a )oung club womau
remarked, "but In tfie eifoit t , enjoy
llUo themselves nnd mat e It cheerful
for other people, somu mm often go a
trifle too lai. That s the w.i) with
tlarry. When he gets funny hu occa
sionally gets too tuunv, or, what la
Just as bad, hu gets fuuny In the wiling
place or at thu wrong time-,
"The other day we were down In a
little Southern country towu which
Is notoriously the Uretua Green of its
State; elderly or middle aged people
who want quiet weddings, and eloping
oung people, all Hock to Illanktowu
to I)'? married by tbe Justice ut thu
Peace. He docs such n Inrgu nnd
nourishing business In this Hoc that
he has it sign in Ins office. 'Marrlmo
nlat Parlors,' and the pavement In
tiout Is generally tilled with loarers
In chairs waiting to be entertained b
the alvwiVB Interesting spectacle of a
' Well, I had heard of the '.Matrlmo
nlal Parlors,' and was curious Just to
look at the place, so suggested to Har
ry that we wnlk out that street and
pass It, It wns rather late In the after
noon, but the door stood open, the eld-
crl) Justice wns sitting outside ready
tor business, and tnc pavement was
filled with men In chairs. To my
amazement and horror, when wo right
in front of thu door, Hary seized mo
by tho arm, pulled mo toward thu
steps, and said In a loud voice:
"'Come on, now, i oily. Don't voti
tr) to back out. When wo were hero
before you backed out. but Im not arc
ing to let you back om this time. Come
on; come right lu
"Tho Justice stood up at once, and
the men in the chairs shuffled arouud
and Btood up. too.
"'Harry!' 1 ejaculated, in an excit
ed undertone, and pulling away with
all my might, 'what do ou mean?
What on earth do ou mean?"
" 'There, It is,' he said to the Jus
tice, still holding mo and nieteiiillnu
to pull me toward tho dooi; 'that's the
Instruments Filed for Record Decern'
ber 17, 1901.
Wnlklkl Beach Co, f.tii, to 1 Won-
tlenberg. In stead of K. Hustaco
Instruments Filed far Record Decem
ber 26, 1901.
J. A. Mngoon Nakna llel.
J. A. Aheoug Hawaiian Commer
cial & Sugar Co. L.
Instruments Filed far Record Dece'm-
ber 27, 1901.
M, Desk) Clins. A. Uon .... P.Atty
P. C. Jones J P. Mendonca.Ucl.MK
Mrs. C. 11 Blown S. C.Allen .Mte.
Soruiton & Ljlt Trs. II. P. Bishop. L.
M. K. Mikalenu k E. Herbert. .Mtg
tho bottom of each. It will rise to tiui i way shu does; we weru up Hero before,
top as tho Jelly cools anu may thciiJnml sho backed out. Im not going to
be icmoved. It leaves an Indescrlb-' let he-r back out this time. Now-, eomu
nblo flavor, which impioves the Jelly .on In, Poll; come on!
itmuuiiBui. i "-.viy name Ih not l'o..y.' I explained
Peanut cookies will nrovo n dollHil tn tho Justin- 'and wnm li.-nn nmr.
tn most membcis of tho family. To rled Ave euis. 1 added. 'Do como
mako them, remove, tno skins from along and behave ourteir, Harry.'
two cupfuls of shelled peanuts, and I '"Now. look at that, he explained,
put them through a meat chopper, apologetically. 'You see. It Isn't my
Cream together ttueo teasponfuls ot fault. You can't depend on girls; they
uiiucr anu one eupiui or sugar. Add never know their own mlndB. Wtdl.
tluco eggs, two tablesnoonfuls nf mill., ennd liv Justice! I'll lt hrr mi linrn
one saltspoonful of salt, the nuts nnd again some day.'
euuiiBii nour to mane a soft dough. "Tho Justice sat down, looking like
Roll them on a floured board, cut them a man wickedly cheated out oi J2. and
with a small cutter aud bake In a the sidewalk gentlemen all sank bacg
mociorato oven. n their chairs. Harry laughed all tho
A bottlo of ammonia, a small sponge way borne, but I tlltlnt laugh nt all. In
nnd a pleco of dark nanoel will clean fact. I am mad jet wheuevvr I think
a broadcloth skirt as well as the best of It. Wasn't he horrid?" Detroit
cieuner it one takes time and pains. Free Picss.
ino ciotn stioulil lit) wet only slightly,
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broadcloth never being soaked
through. Tho pioportlons oi ammonia
to water snotiiu no for uiacc itnoila iMn.i,i ,.i.,i. i.i.,ii tr rt..
one tablcspoonlul to a cup of water, many sohie twelve ears ago, and.
tor light-colored mater als It is better like all gicat things, began In a very
to mako a weaker solution lest the small way. Who actually started tho
nmmonla fade the color. Wtleu la not known, but It Is generally
It Is claimed that vinegar Is almost ,ceved that about the t-nr 1888 a
a specific antidote lor catholic acid. few postcards bearing pictures of eel
neutralizing Its effect on both tho skin ebrated places first began to And their
and on tho gastric an. other mucous wa- nt0 iieru. ij,9t Jear hundreds
membranes. In coses of poisoning no of minions of picture cards passed
in r, iT K r. "Vlcne re.sliu' through German postoftlces, )leldlng
V '."'"!? ,so after ub.B0,rp ,'?.n f?"" t" the Gov eminent an average Income
...u ..u .ui im mtuui-u. uui u lauen 0r 1151)01) a das.
... h.., iu uitouuii ut niu iiuinuu
tho result Is highly satisfactory. Vine,
gar is also said to ho very useful in
preventing the nausea aud vomiting of
chloioform anaesthesia. It was suc
cessful In 125 of 174 cases, and In tho
rest of the cases tho vomiting
First In Coinage.
Tho Director of the 3llnt has Jiut
collected figures which show- that the
unrtil's fnlnnpi) nt eni fnt- thn Inst
waB .calendar ear was J45.93fi.497,
aralnst llfi'UlO.i'.U for tho vear Im-
A writer In Science reviews the tlitfy,ln':J'i?!f''.fl
cent Issue of "Who's Who In Ameii- .ycr,nll'ia.L" 'ii u, m "'ti
, In thn iim nr thn ,ii.t. n.iinn t D-'. an Increase ot $10.Ss4.!i38. The
,.ii.ii., ihJk...,u ... iTti...i n.-.. Il'nlted States now leads in the coin
The book contains 11.531 names chos'-l0?, Jf l"th ractaUi nc.,ln?0. J
on out of tho 80.0O0..ono inhabitants ot.S" "r",',i'i
221,525 In gold. Cheat Britain t3.769,
i.09, and Oermaii) SJI.4S0 39C. Oreat
Britain came second In silver, with
$10,107,818. German having $5.IT45,2$1
and Russia S3,04fi971.
tho country. Of theso 11,137 it-side
In tho United States, tho rest In forty
seven foreign countries. New York
State Is credited with 2.849; Massa
chusetts with 101m; tho District ot Co
lumbia with SS9; Pennsylvania with
880; Illinois with 701; Ohio with 422;
Now Jersey with 314; California with
Recorded December 17, 1901.
M. Kuahail nnd husband to I) L.
Peterson; moitgage, portion U. P.
5721, Kill 1153, Niuiauu valley, llono
lulu. Oahll, flouO tluok 227, page 453,
D.lted October 19 1901.
Recorded December 18, 1901.
Ml alkall.o to l.awiuiau Realty &
Maturity Company, Limited; consent
to mortgage; lot 3 block 8, Kowalu
tract, Honolulu Oahu; $1. Book 227,
page 155. Dated December IS, 1901.
Union .Mill Compaii, Limited, tj
K .K. Keola, exchange deed; pottlon
llinnt 1517 nnd Kul 8089, Kapaau,
North Kohala Hawaii; 11, lloolc 29,
page 2S7. Dated November 2", 1901,
L. v. savers ami iiusbana to u.
Spreckcls i. Company; inottgagc,
1 35 100 acres land, Mnkikl street, Ho
nolulu, Oahu; 71000. Book 227, pago
150. Dated December 10, 1901,
Recorded December 19, 1901.
Katila Oplo to C. 1. Peterson, deed;
A p. 3 and portion An. 2, Kills. 207-i
ilnd 3729, Walalua, Oahu; $350. Book-
SSI, page 93. Dated September 27,
L. Makalmt to A. S. Wilcox; deed;
,p. 2, ('rant 5375, llanalel. Kauai:
$100. Book 211, page 94. Dated Dj
"enilicr 18, 1901.
Recorded December 20, 1901.
S, Kckuimi to Manilla: deed: An. 1
end portion It. P. 1732, Kill. S021.
Kuholllea, Lahalna, Maul; $0v. Book
2.'0, page 288. Dated August 10, 1901
I.ualilwa to II. Keoikl: deed: Inter
est in II. P. 2887, Kill. 274G. Walalua,
ualin: lliio. Hook 229, page 289,
Dated December 19, 1901.
Oahu Hallway & Land Company to
O. Johnson; deed; lot 7, block 1,
Pearl City, Kvva, Oahu; Siooo Book
229. nane 290. Dated December 19.
I', i:. Paxlon to Gear. Lansing &
Company; resignation of trustee. Book
224. pago 459.
Rear, Ijinslng & Compan to W. O.
Smith, appointment of trustee. Bool;
1. page iw. Dated Utccmlicr 4,
A. I.. C. Atkinson to C. M. Cooke;
deed: Aps. 1 nnd 2, II. P. 715, Kill.
1103, Walklkl, Honolulu, Oahu; $100
Hook 229, page 291. Dated December
Reccyded Deeemner 21. 1901,
Koh?J & lillo llalluny Company to
II. Andrews: lease; piece land. Wnla
ken, lillo. Hawaii; sixteen ears at
$150. Book 22S. page 407. Dated De
cember 7, 1901.
Daniel I to C. W. Spitz; lease;
share In estate of Daniel I, Naw Ill
will, Llbue, Kauai; twenty ears at
$100. Book 228, page 409. Dated No
vember 30, 1901.
Rival of the American Hog.
Statistics, that have Just reached
the Treasury Department at Washing
ton, show- that the American hog has
a I'tnopcan rival. Denmark has como
Into the field as a producer and export
er ot hogs and hog products, with a
growth at least Interesting, If not sug
gestive, to American producers of a
commodity whose export value grew
ftom $81,908,098 In 1891 to $119,961,503
li. 1901. llog products form tho larg
est single Item In the exportatlons of
tnc united states. Having exceeded
last )eai by $2,000,000 those- of maun
fuctiirts of Iron and steel, whose ex
ports have attracted so much atten
tion. The number of bend of swine, la
Denmark lias Increased from 301.000
In 18i',t to 771,000 In 1881 and 1.10S.OOO
In 1898, the latest )enr for which sta
tistics are available. '1 no prohibition
of the Importation of live hogs Into
Oorninny nnd tho Lulled Kingdom,
which countries wero Denmark's prln
clpal customers In this line, icsultcd
In the establishment of slaughter
house h In Denmark, and tho lucicaso
In the production of Danish bacon and
hams. Thu cxpoit ot bams and bacon
from Denmaik have grown from 9.120,
000 Danish pounds In 1878 to 129.000,
000 Danish pounds In 1898; tho value
Increasing from lo.ooo kioner In 1878
tn 47,080.000 kroner In 1898, tho value
of the- kroner being 2C. cents.
D. T. Abbott, the civil engineer and
contractor, tells a good story about n
German saw mill proprietor of his ac
quulntantc. Tho saw mill man used
refuso from the mill for fuel. The
machinery was prctt) much back num
ber, and one day the agent of a firm
came to the plan and, after looking it
over, told the German that he would
put lu new and Improved machinery
for about $1000, which would rcduco
the amount of fuel used one-half
While the fuel roit nothing. It ro
ll ill red four men to provide it, and tho
German was assured that two men
could do the work after the now ma
chinery was Installed. It looked like
a good proposition, and tho saw mill
man gave tho agent the order. A few
months after the machinery was In
stalled the agent called again. Tho
German gave him a gloomy stare,
"What's the mutter? Dou't tho ma
chinery do all I claimed for it?" asked
the agent. "Y(h, aber I overlook some
dings." "What wns that?" "Vile it
(lakes onl) two men to hnndlo dc fuel,
it dakes de udder two men to haul
away vat vo didn't use pefore, and a
team pcsldcs." Duliith News-Tribune
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 .-
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 car line
passes through the property. For any further information regard
ing prices, terms, etc., address
ISLAND REALTY COKIPY
I! ' " WlfW " " '
At the entrance
to the Famous
laa Vallev. and
eajy access to
volcano In the
for Tourists and
ISLAND OF MAUI.
A. T. HAOBNKAMP. Mnnntier.
She- sewed n button on my coat
I watched tho lingers nimble;
Sometimes I held her spool of thread,
And Kometlmes held her thimble.
"I m glad to do It, since vou're far
l'or sister and from mother."
" 'TIs such a thing," shu said, nnd
"As I'd do for my mother."
The fnlr bead lit nt so close- to mo
My heart was wildly beating;
She seemed to feel my gaze, looked
And then, our glances meeting.
Shu flushed a rudely, rosy red.
Ann I, I bent and kissed her.
TIs such a thing." I murmured low,
"As I'd do to my sister."
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coalings Oil
Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, comoletelr sur
rounded by as rich oil producing wells
as there are In the State, yielding from
60 to 250 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at the Coal-
Inga wolls, 70 cents per barrel.
With twenty-flvo producing wells of
100 barrels each per day, you can
make our own calculation as to
Tho oil Industry of California Is In
Its Infancy, yet many fortunes have
been mado by Judicious and lucky In
vestments In oil stock. Many more
will bo mado In the near future.
Tho averago advance on original
sslcs of oil stock In twenty lcadtuf
companies In California has been
from $1 to 1108 per share.
Oil lands have advanced from $1T25
to $1,000 and $2,000 per acre.
When tho Pacific Union Oil Com
pany has a number of producing wells
on Its property. Its stock will have
tbe same show for oven a greater ad
vanco, as somo oil stock bas advanced
from $1 to $1,500 per share.
Tho Pacific Union Oil Company nts
no salaried officers, and Is controlled
by well known gentlemen of Integrity,
who will see that the money derived
from tho sale ot stock will be legiti
mately applied to tho development ot
For further Information, apply to J.
H. FISHER & CO. Stock and Bond
Brokers, and Hawaiian agents for tbe
salo of a limited amount ot Pacific
Union Oil Company stock, Stangen
wald building, Merchant street.
NOTICE OF SALE FOR NONPAY
MENT OF COMPENSATION FOR
CARE OF ANIMAL.
Notice Is hereby given that I will
sell at public miction, by order ot tho
Territory Stables Co, Ltd., on Satur
day, the 28th day of December, 1901,
at 12 o'clock m. of that day, at tho
place of business ot said Territory
Stables Co , Ltd , one gray horse, un
less the amount due for the care, cus
tody and feed thereof Is paid on or
before that date, as well as tho ex
pense for tho care and keep ot said
animal slnco the 27th day of Novem
ber, 1901, Is also paid.
Dated Honolulu. December 11, 1901.
For further particulars, apply to tho
Territory stables Co., Ltd , or to
WILL E. FISHER.
"I love 0ii"' Oh. what music thero
291: Connecticut with 2i.fi! Mlmtnnrl was In tbosu words as they flowed
with 222; Matyland with 205. AH oth.niclllfluoiisly which means something
cr States liave less than 200 each. Of about honey from her parted lips,
the 11.651 pei sons blographed 8141 Her lips wero parted In the mlddlo.
cases give returns that can bo usefully i''I love ou!" The songs of tho birds
classified as to education. Of theso 'In tho trees ovei head seemed jangling
5775 aro collcgo men and 4810 aro col- and out of tune In comparison with
lego graduates; 808 had a common , these words of hets. "I lovo ou! '
si hool training onl ; 282 weio pilvato- Ac, for such a one as she, kings, and
ly educated, and 31 were self taught, levcn actors, would have given up
The Biimmnry Is distinctly lu favor of their all and fallen captive at her feet,
high education, and they lovcal thu "I lovo oil'" And he? Did his heart
country's unpaialleled element of leap within him? Did his panting
stit-ngth In tbe possibility of (mlnomo breath denote ihe'ardoi of bis longing
open to those whoso training was at-.to clasp her In his arms? Did he fait
tallied In tho public schools nlone. on bended knee and cr: "And I lovo
, theo'" No. He gave a blithe bark
Weekly edition ot the Bulletin 1 aland wagged his tall, for bo knew he
year. iwas her favorite poodle.
"Who comes there?" called little
Willie, thu sentry, lu thieittenliig
tout's, as ho brought his dead!) wood
fli gun Into shooting position. "A
fllend!" ausweied little Tumni) fiom
behind tho rocking chair. "Advance
nnd glvo tho couuterslgn." hissed tho
sentry, "or III shoot our heart on'
An ominous silence followed this ter
rible threat, then Tommy said plaint
ively: "I've feigot It" "You can't ie
member utllhln'," exclaimed Willie In
disgust, thiowlug duwii his gun "Cum
over bete, an' 111 whisper It to er
The steamer W. G. Hall wilt ar
rive at Honolulu on Saturday, Decem
ber 21st nnd 28th, Instead of Sundays,
as usual, nnd will snll from Honolulu
on Monday, December 23d and 30tb,
Instead or on luesdns, as usual.
The steamer Mlkahala will arrlvo nt
Honolulu tin Tuesday, December 24tli
and 31st, Instead ot ou Wednesday, aa
The steamer Manna I.oa wilt salt
fiom Honolulu on Monday, December
30th, Instead of on Tuesday.
After theso dates, the regular sched
ule, will bo resumed.
INTER ISLAND STEAM NAVIGA
TION CO.. LTD, .
By its President: J. ENA.
Intending cabin and stcerago pas
sengers from tho nort of Honolulu
aro hereby Informed that until further
notlco tho undersigned will not book
passengers on tho steamers for which
they aro agents unless said passengers
report at their office at least nine (9)
days previous to the scheduled date of
sailing. Further Information may bo
had upon application at the offices ot
II. 1IACKFEL.J & CO. LTD.,
WM. O. IRWIN & CO,
T. 11. DAViS : CO.
DIVIDEND NO, ICE.
THE fl HUMAN bAVINGS & LOAN
SOCIETY, 620 California street. For
tho half )ear ending with Oct ember
3lHt, 1901, a dividend has lieen dcclar
ed nt the rate of thrto (3) per cent
per annum on all deposits, freu of
tnxes, pajalilo on aud aftejr Thursday,
2028 2w Secretary.
WILDER'S 8TEAMSHIP CO.
One Hundred Dollars ($100 00) re
ward will be paid to any person giv
ing Information which will lead to tho
arrest nnd conviction of tho parties
who stole a registered mall pouch
from thu steamer Kinau on or about
Saturday, December 21st.
C. L. WIOHT,
2020 tf President.
California Safo Deposit (L Trust Co ,
corner California and Montgomery
streets. For tho six months ending
December 31. 1901, dividends have
been dcclaied ou Deposits in tho Sav
ings Department of this Company as
follows: On Term Deposits, nt tho
rato of 3 0-10 per ctnt per annum, and
on Ordlnaiy Deposits, nt thu rate of
3 per cent per annum, free of tnxes,
nnd payable on anil after Thursday,
Jnnuaty 2, 1902, Dividends uncalled
for aro added to tho principal and
bear tho snuiu rate ot dividend as thn
pilnclpul fiom and nftet Jiinuaiy 1,
1902. J D.M.7.EI.L BROWN,
202S 2w Manager.
WILDER'S 8TEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Notice to Shippers'.'
Shippers are notified that a new
freight schedule will go Into effect on
ai'd after December 1st. 1901.
information In regard to changes In
rates can bo obtained at the office of
tho company, corner Fort and Queen
C. L. WIGHT.
1991-to Jan. 1 President.
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night watchmen furnished for bunt
ings, business property and residences,
Builders will do well to consult Bow
ers It, regard to watchmen.
Tho firm of Purdy S. Baron, shin's
carpenters and builders, has this day
iicen uissuiveii uy mutual consent.
C. 11. Purdy having bought the entire
business, will conduct the same at tho
old stand, soliciting tho good patron
ago of tho port, with the usual guar
antee ot first class work. All bills pa)
able only to O. 11. Purdy.
C. II. PURDY.
Honolulu, December 10, 1901.
Fine .To' i Priming at the Bul