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BVBNTNU BUL,.BTIN, HONOLULU, H. T.. SATURDAY, DEC. 28, 1901.
DARTING HE. AD PAINS i
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them nutlol Indeed In curlnrlcJtle(i.ch." Mn. I. E. Utley, Wlifl.m.lon.Mlch.
WlcindhMlJun7.lh0UU'1 uncllc,lei1 toilmonW con.untl reeehed frcm Ih.
la HO Minutes.
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Milwaukee, Wis. M fekw
ix to vour
Line of Travel.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
BQNOMA JAN. 1
ALAMEDA JAN. 11
.VENTURA JAN. 22
ALAMEDA FEB. 1
B1ERRA FEB. 12
ALAMEDA FEB. 22
BONOMA MAR. 6
VENTURA MAR. 26
ALAMEDA APRIL "6
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
VENTURA DEC. 31
ALAMEDA JAN. 16
SIERRA JAN. 21
ALAMEDA '. FEB. 5
SONOMA FEB. 11
ALAMEDA FE& 20
VENTURA MAR. 4
ALAMEDA MAR. 19
SIERRA MAR. 2S
ALAMEDA APRIL U
In connection with the sailing or the above steamers, uie agents are pre
tared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tlcketB by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points in the United States, and from New
York by any steamship lino to nil European ports.'
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
LABOR AND CAPITAL
MEET AND PLAN
TO SETTLE DIFFERENCES
New York, Dec. 17. The eonfoicnco
between the leadcis of labor and cap
ital closed today with a decision to
give the plan to harmonize their diver
gent Interests n prnetlcn. test. It was
unanimously agreed, on motion ot
President. Snrgent of the Locomotive
Firemen, that the working details of
tho scheme shnll bo perfected by an
executive lommltteu oi thlity-slx, to
be chosen In equal numbers from tho
innliR of organized labor, the great In
dustrial and lltinmlnl leaders and tlm
public not Identified with cither of til"
In (lie nfturnoon Cbalimau Strmiss
and Secretary Easley, with Archbishop
Ireland, Senator lliumn, Sntmicl-Uom-pcrs,
President Mitchell of the United
Mine .Workers, Frank 1'. Sargent o
tho Brotherhood of Locomotive Klto
n.cn and others who had taken patt In
tho conference, met to select the mem
bers of, the executive committee. Aft
ei several hours of consultation thn
following names were announced:
To represent the employers and enp
llallsts P,;nntor llanna. James A.
Chambers, president American Glass
Company, Pittsburg; William II. Pfah
Icr, president National Association ot
Stove Manufacturers; S. It. Calloway,
president American Locomotive
Works; Lewis Nixon, president and
owner of the Crescent Shipyard, Ellz
abcthport, N. J,; Charles i.i" Schwab,
president United States Steel Corpora
tion; II. II. Vrecland, president Met
ropolitan Street Railway Company,
New York; Charles A. Moore, presi
dent of the Machine Manufacturing
Company: .John D. Rockefeller Jr.:
E. D. Ripley, prcsldont'or tho Atchi
son, Topekn & Santa Fo Railroad:
Mnrcus M. Marks, president National
Association of Clothing Manufacttip
cis; Julius Krtttt8Chnltt, general man
ager of tho Southern Pacific Railroad,
To represent organized labor Sam
uel Gompers, president American Fed
eration of Labor; John Mitchell, presi
dent United Mlno Workers; Frank I.
Sargent, gtand master Brotherhood of
Locomotive FJrcmen; Theodore J.
Pl.nffer, president Amalgamated Asso
ciation of Iron, Steel and Tin Workers;
Jnnxs Diincnu. secictnry (Irnnlto Cut
ters' Union; Daniel J. Keefe. ptesl
dent International Association ot
Longshoremen; James O'Connell.
president International Association of
Machinists; Martin Fox, president of
tho Iroutnolders' .ntlonnl Union; Jus.
E. Lynch, president of the Internation
al Typographical Union; Edward 11.
Clarke, grand master of tho Order of
Hallway Conductors: Itcnrv While,
recretary of tho flaiment Workers of
America: Walter MncArthur. editor
Coast Seamen's Journal, San
GENERAL AGENTS ., OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co. .
Qg'dental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamer of the above eompanlea will call at Honolulu and
leave thl port on or about the date below mentioned.
faR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOR SAN FRANCI8CO.
OOPTKjY, JAN. 4 PEKINO DEC. 27
SMERICAHARU JAN. 11 GAELIC JAN. 3
PEKING . . .. JAN. 18 HONOKONO MARU JAN. 11
GAELIC JAN. 28 CHINA JAN. 20
HONGKONG MARU' FEB. 6 DORIC JAN. 31
CHINA Yy FEB. 14 NIPPON MARU FEB. 8
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To represent the nubile Ex-Presl-
.lent Grover Cleveland, Archbishop
John Ireland. Bishop Henry C. Potter.
Charles Francis Adams, Cornelius N.
lillss. ex-Scerclary of tho Intel lor;
Charles W. Eliot, president of Har
vard University; Franklin McVeagh,
Chicago: ex-Controller of tho Currency
James II. Eckels; John McCook of
this city; John G. Mil burn of Buffalo;
Charles A. Bonaparte of Baltimore.
Chairman or the Conference Oscar
C. Strauss, and Secretary Ralph M.
Eltcry nro ex officio members of the
A sub-coramltleo to three to con
sider plans, Bcopo and procedure, was
Tho executlvo committee will meet
tomorrow for organization, tho election
ot ofllecrs, and tho drafting of a plan
upon which to work. The principal
olllcers of tho American Federation of
Labor attended tho closing session of
thu conference, nnd gavo tho ptoject
their commendation. Samuel Com
pere, president of tho Federation, dis
avowed antagonism on tho part of or
ganized labor toward aggregations ot
capital, and said that he welcomed
them Industrially. He protested, how
ever, against their alleges Interfcrencn
with the political nffatrs of the conn
tiy, and notably with the national Ju
diciary. Fiank Sargent, n Brotherhood of
Fitetnen delegate, replying to the crit
icism of Chnrles M. Schwab as to or
ganized labor, mid that unionism was
hot n mennce but an Instrument o(
peace and good, vvns within thn law
and was a strong Influence townrd the
mnlntcuanco of the Republic.
"Wo arc taking down tho bnrrlers,"
he Bild, "that have seemed to separate
us. We are privileged to touch elbow's
here and exchange Ideas, nnd I feci
sure that good will come of It. The
liouhle In the past has been that we
have not understood one another.
There can. he no capllnt without labor
and the man who docs the work and
the man who manipulates the capital
should realize their dependence on one
another. The great leader of capital
who Bpoke yesterday would bnve little
capital to manipulate but for tho work
of the mnn In the furnaces and the
mines. That is the fait that 1 ask cap
Ital to remember."
Mr. Sargent said tho firemen had
long since adopted the policy of reus
lining with their employers nnd educat
ing their own men to n point of Intel
llgenco as to the rights of both them
selves and their employers. They
mnilc no sacrifice of their rights or
mnubood. "Hut," he added, "they
leserved tho right to resist oppression,
to flush vvning where reason did not
prevail. Ho snld that when labor nnd
capital would fairly and reasonably
meet mm another Industrial dl'ordei
would be greatly reduced.
Lewis Nixon, shlphullucr, who fol
lowed Sargent, said that ho hoped the
conference would effect the organiza
tion of n sort of industrial clearlnc
house' vvhe.ro disputes could be settled
He favored organized labor, and In
criticism of It had only to sny that he
thfii.L-lit If m-pilct n irri-nt nutrll nt
Fran. I Americanism, for he btlliiveil certain
objectionable things which had grown
up In other countries had been Import
John Mitchell, president of tho Unit
ed Mind Workers of Amerlcn. strongly
advocated peace, "I think." he said,
"the solution oT tho labor problem It
not a difficult one. It needs no Intro
ductlon of Utopian Ideas. Men should
leason together, nnd when they are
met they should bo honest with one
another. 1 have never stcn a strike
that could not have len averted If the
two Interests had met falny In ad
vance. K t!.o great plan ovttl.r -.! be
fore this lonfcrcnui Is rarrn-d out It
will do more good than any other
movement in our country. As one
who knows the effect of industrial war,
no one will, welcome more than I Indus
trial peace. I have always Ik en fot
peace, only Insisting that the peace be
Archbishop Ireland mode the closlns
address of tho conference. Ho snld In
part: ".May the winds carry the news
over tho continent nnd nround the
world that such a meeting as this hns
takeu'placo (n tho gient city of New
York. Tho hope of tho twentieth cen
tury Is that the great principles ol
brothel hood, charity and Justice an
nounced by tho Holy One of Palestine
shall become wider nnd deeper nt thlr
tlmii than nt any other. Let us have
industrial pence. I.ct cmnloyers and
employes. know that they are brothcis.
Let charity and Justice, and Justice
moio than charity, be the prevailing
light of this grent Nation."
You have paid for two or three home 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 PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
We have now on ale lots In the beautiful Puupueo Tract,
which contalne the finest suburban property In Honolulu. This
tract command a magnificent view of mountain and ocean, hae
macadamized etreet, artesian water, and the electric car line
passes through the property. For any further Information regard
ing price, terms, etc., address
ISLAND REALTY COMP'Y
304 JUDD BUIL.OINO.
Instruments Filed for Record Decem
ber 27, 1901.
Trs. Oaliu College II. II. Pcnhnl
J I), nnd W. D. Ackerman W. C.
J. A. and '. Paaklkt Honokaa Su
gar Co L.
J. A. and Z Paaklkt Honokaa Su
gar Co Mtg.
F. S. Lyman and wife Wm. Mc-
K. L. Vlda HnlstcaU & Co I).
Instruments Filed for Record Decem
ber 28, 1901.
Kuhen et nl. Ktihca (wj I).
J. E. (inmallclson Illlo Mere. Co.
A. MncAulton et al. T. o. Mitch
J. do I'rcltos C Lennox Mtg.
a. ivnpu a,i vval I
I-:. II. Plepcr M. G. Mendonen..Hel.
I). Plnhelro nnd vviro M. O. Men-
M. O. Mendonc'j and wife U. Pin-
Knmvi M. Knlllahl Itenuntn.
Kum Neu W. U. i'arlo CM,
U. II. Miknleml , ADt.
L, Knhonkele nnd litis, First Ntnl.
Hank i Mtg.
W. M. Mlnton A. V. Gear U.S.
A. V. Gear, tr. J. Mliiton U.S.
C. Knlflkait and wife Klpnhitlll Sti-
gai Co D.
II. Gorman G. L. nmpson .....II.
(I, L. Sampson M. Gorman !
Many people are taking ndvuntnge nt
tho reduced round trip fare to Illlo by
the Wilder Co. Already the bookings
for the trip have been many nnd when
tho big steamer sails there will be no
room to spare. She will leave here on
the 30th Inst, and return on the Sat
BP'j 2it&jlMl'Keas ' w.
At the entrance
to the Famous
lao Vallev. and
easy access to
volcano In the
for Tourists and
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8.C0.
H. If 4CKF1BL0 & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Bteamer of the above line, running' In connection wlu the CANADI
AN PAOIFIC RAILWAY CO. betwoen Vancouver. B. C, and 8ydneyN.S.tV.,
..and calling at Victoria; B. C, Honolulu and Brisbane, aro DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the datea below'stated, viz.:
From Vancouver anu Victoria, B.
(For Brisbane and Sydney.!
.v::::'::. ;" :
l-rom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, B. C.I
MOANA JAN. 15
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United State and
d all general Information, apply to aurope. For Freight and Passage nn
Thco. H.Davteff frCo..Ltd., Gen'l A&enta.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co,
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
8. OREQONIAN, (,000 ton, to sail about Dec. 20.
M A . ieAD.II. IAIIA ..- A. ..II .U-..A ... M
, o. bMbiruniiini haiuv iwna. tu on imm wan. v.
( 8. AMERICAN, 6,000 ton, to sail during February.
from Sen Francisco 8. 8. HYADES, 3,000 ton, to sail Jan. 4 for Honolulu.
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Btrect, South Brooklyn, at
all time. For further particular, apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Mrs. Ed. A. Williams
1128 FORT STREET
OFFICE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Fine casket, shrouds and robes
ot every description.
First-classfimbalmer from S, F.
LADIE8 IN ATTENDANCE.
TEL MAIN 179.
HELP FOR --
ISLAND OF MAUI,
A. T, HAGBNKAMP. Mnnoger.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coallnga Oil
Field of California.
Proven oil lands, completely sur
rounded by as rich oil-producing wells
as thero are In the State, yielding from
SO to 250 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at tho Coal
lnga wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With twenty-live producing wells ol
100 barrels each per day, you can
make your own calculation as to
Tho oil industry or California is in
It Infancy, yet many fortunes have
been mndo by Judicious and lucky In
vestments In o!lt stock. Many more
will be mado In the near future.
The average advance on original
sales of oil stock In twenty lcadlnsj
companies In California has bocn
from II to 1108 per share.
OH lands have advanced from 11.25
to $1,000 and (2.000 per acre.
When tho Pacific Union OH Com
pany has a number ot producing well
on Its property, its stock will nave
tho same show for even a greater ad
vance, as somo oil stock has advanced
from 1 to $1,500 per share.
The Pacific Union Oil Company mi
no salaried ofllcerr, and Is controlled
by well-known gentlemen ot Integrity,
who will seo that the money uenvea
from tho salo of stock will be legiti
mately applied to the development ot
For further Information, apply to J,
II . FISHER & CO., Stock and Bond
Brokers, and Hawaiian agents for the
sale of a limited amount ot Pacific
Union Oil Company stock, fitangon
wald building, Merchant street.
NOTICE OF SALE FOR NON-PAY
MENT OF COMPENSATION FOR
CARE OF ANIMAL.
Notice Is hereby given that I will
sell at public unction, by order ot the
Territory Stables Co., Ltd., on Satur
day, tho 28th day of December, 190L
at 12 o'clock m. of that day, at the
placo of business of said Territory
Stables Co.. Ltd.. one gray horse, un
ices the amount duo for the care, cus
tody and feed thereof Is paid on or
betoro that date, as well as the ex
pense for tho caro and keen of said
animal since tho 27th day ot Novem
ber, 1901, is also paid.
Dated Honolulu. December 11, 1901.
For further particulars, annly to the
Territory Stables Co., Ltd.. or to
WILL E. FISHER.
$18 EXCURSION TO HILO $18
S. S. Klnatl will leavo Honolulu for
Illlo and way ports December 30th and
U-turn Saturday afternoon, Jan. 4th.
Cabin passago round triy $18 for
this trip only. .
WILIIER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
NO PAY UNLESS CURED
Bulletin 75c. per month.
Varicocele Makes a Coward of a Man.
IT saps THE VERY ESSENCE Vft dracu the nerve out of a man" nlo but has one cured hy Dr. Mc-O
of courage from his vitals nnd nuleker than consumption. It does I jiughlln'H Electric Belt. Is that
i leaves him weak, aged and dlscour- not destroy life, but It destroys all proof? i
1 1 aged. that life Is worth living for. "It cured me." K. G. CTiambcr-o
o Tho drain of vitality due to a lluvo you got ltT If so, bo cured lain, 651 Vallejo street, 9an Frau-(
I , weak digestion, weak kidneys, nt onee. Dr. McLaughlin's Electric elsco. , ,
0 iheumatlsm. nervous debility and Belt Is a guaranteed euro, It has "Cured me of rheumatism." J. i.
. . those fallings which arise from ex- 5000 cuies of Varicocele. Benham. Long Beach, Cal.
cchhIvu dlsiegurd of tho laws of nn- "My Varicocele Is cured, and I "Cured my back and consllpa-'
tine, Is almost as bad, feel better and stronger than I have Hon." J. A. McCoy, Presidio, Cal, '
No reul happluess enn come to u for -yi-ars.'-' C. A. Benrcns, Gracey, It cannot, will not fall If you try
1 man who Buffers like this. California. It. Don't hesitate. It Is absolutely
" "After years of suffeilng from i aru unjust to yourself, to guaranteed, and no man Is asked o
1 1 Varicocele und weakness, and dials your' friends and thoso who look to to pay for a euro if ho don't get It. f
( of many other remedies, Dr. Me- you for their future happiness If you Pay for what you get. ,
,, Laughlln's Electric Belt (tired me allow this trouble to drain your llfo That's a better plan than doctor- .
.In bIx weeks." IaiiiIs Foscnllnn, away. Cure It now, s Ing nnd paying out two or three
Mok Hill, Cal. In a Tew days after you begin dollars a week as long as you llvo. '
" You wear It while you sleep. It wearing the Dr. McLaughlin Belt Como nnd see mo, or If you can't,
infuses u glowing warmth; It you will feel new llfo and spirit In send for the nook, sealed, freo on1'
I wuslies out the clogged varlroso your nerves, uvcrythlng will look request. It explains tho trouble o
veins, restores now blood, nnd re- brighter to jou you will be full of fully.
tinews healthy circulation, it cures ambition. Your neighbors sny It I am tho Inventor of the Cushion ,
I I the worst cases of Vatlcocelo In cured them; why should It not euro Electrode, which prevents burning,,
DIVIDEND NO. ICE.
THE GERMAN bAVINGS & LOAN
SOCIETY, C2fi California street. For
the half year ending with December
31st, 1901, a dividend has been declar
ed nt the rate of tnree 13 per cent
ner annum on all deposits, freo of
taxes, paab!e on and utter Thursday,
January 2, 1902. '
Tho Bteamer W. G. Hall will ar
rive at Honolulu on Saturday, Decern- .
her 21st nnd 28th. Instead ot Sundays.
as usual, and wilt sail from Honolulu
on Monday, December 23d and 30th.
instead or on Tuesdays, as usuaL
The steamer Mikahala will arrive at
Honolulu on Tuesday, December 21th
and 31st, Instead of on Wednesdays, a
The Bteamer Matinn Loa wilt salt
fiom Honolulu on Monday, December
30th. Instead ot on Tuesday.
After theso dntos. the regular sched
,tilo will be resumed.
INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAVIGA
TION 'CO., LTD..
By Its President: J. ENA.
Intending cabin and steerage pas
sengers from the port of Honolulu
aro hereby Informed that until further
notice the undersigned will not book
passengers on the steamers for which
they aru agents unless said passengers
report at their office at least nine (91
days previous to tho scheduled date ot
Balling. Further information may be
had upon application at the offices of
II. HACKKEI,.. & CO.. LTD,
WM. O. IRWIN & CO.,
T. II. DAVij.8 & CO.
All persons holding sower privileges
or those paying sewer rates aro here-1
by notified that the sower rates for.
llw. vonr pnillni' lleremliL-t- 31. 1902.
wllLbo duo and iiavable at tho offlco WILDER'8
of the Superintendent of Public
Works on tho 2d day of Januaiy, 1902.
All such rates remaining' unpaid for
fifteen dnys after they aro due, win
Notice to Shlppere.
to be cut off. JAS. II. IIOYD.
Superintendent of Public Works,
December 27, 19ul. 2029-3t
, , three mouths,
. . Have you got
from the current. All other belts
Varicocele? Read "Your belt is a suro remedy for burn and blister If they give any
It describes the trouble Vurltocelu und back pains." Henry current at all.
- nn,l ivlll l.ill vnn If vnn linl-n It
. ...,, ...,, J ... .. tr. .... , v .,
. Nluo cases nut of ten of enrly de-
' cay In men nro caused by Vnilcocele.
Ilrnyton, Point Arena, Cal. I take other belts In trade to
There's a (tiro In every town In prove how much better mlno Is.1'
the State; not a hamlet of fifty peo- Wrlto today und Inclose this ad. ,
dr; m. h. Mclaughlin, 70a Mu,X"z:iZrcz.' Cen,,y
California Safe Deposit & Trust Co.,
corner California and Montgomery
streets. For tho six months ending
December 31, 1901, dividends have
been declared on Deposits In the Sav
ings Department or this Company us
follows: On Term Deposits, at tho
rate ot 3 C-10 per cent per annum, land
on Ordinary Deposits, at tho rate of
3 per cent per annum, tree of taxes,
and payable on nnd alter Thursday,
January 2, 1902. Dividends uncalled
for are added to tho principal and
bear the samo rate of dividend as thu
principal from and after January 1,
1902. J. DALZELL BROWN.
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO. .
One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) re
ward will he paid to any person giv
ing Information which will lead to the
arrest nnd conviction of the parties
who stolo a registered mall pouch
from the steamer Klnau on or about
Saturday, December 21st.
C. L. WIQHT.
Shippers are notified that a neu
troll-lit nrhpftiiln tt-tll irn Intn effort nn
cause your vuuuecuun wim mi- !HiTKaC( nftcr December 1st. 1901.
Information In regard to changes la
rctes ran be obtained at the office of
the company, corner Fort and Queea
C, L. WIGHT.
1991-to Jan. 1 Preeldent
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night watchmen furnished for build
ings, business property and residence.
Builders will do woll to consult Bow
era li. regard to watchmen.
Tho firm of Purdy & Baron, ship's
carpenters and builders, has this day
b en dissolved ny mutual consent,
C. II. Purdy having bought tho entire
business, will conduct thu same at the
old stand, soliciting the good patron
age of thn port, with the usual guar
antee of first-class work. All bills pay
able only to C, II. Purdy.
Honolulu, December 16, 1901.
Vino Jo" i l'riutiuK nt the TJul-
I lot io iffieo
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