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.11 I. .KT'N HONOLULU. II. T.. THURSDAY. JAN. 2, 102.
NEW YORK COMMENT
ON PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE
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THE GENIAL WU TING FANG.
It Is probablo that no oriental diplomat has ever made such a good
Impression In tills country ns has W'u Tint; X'ants, the Chlneso minister, whose
recall to tbo dragon court has been expected for some time. Minister Wu Is
highly popular not only fn Washington, but In many other cities of the coun
try where he has been entertained.
HAPPY OLD MEN
Can youth be restored? "See, all but
the years. I v ill guarantee to restore
the very essence of youth to men who
have aged before their time; to men
whose blood is cold; whose step is
slow; who feel haggard, decrepit,
spiritless und full of aches and pains.
To such men Electricity Is tho "Foun
tain of Youth," and as Infused Into
the body by Dr. McLaughlin's Electric
licit It brings Joyful vigor.
A CURE OR NO PAY.
That's my plan. It costs you noth
ing If I fall. Let mo pour the life
giving, glowing warmth Into your body
whllo you sleep at night, and In a few
months jou feel lwe a young two-
"I neer felt better than since using t
our belt. It has dono wonders In my 4
case." Richard V Mllkr, Uuttonwil- T
low, Kern County, Cal. 4
H READ THE BOOK
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My book tells how I cure. T
2 I will send It FllEE. Sealed
I Dp. M. H. McLaughlin, j
t 702 Market St., San Francisco, Cnllfornln. J
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrlvo and leave this port as hereunder:
President Roosevelt has not only
communicated to Congress and the
country much Inlormnilon about pub
lie business, but ho nas done It with
a directness ami vigor ot expression
that make tbu reading of his uicssago
IKK n labor, but a pleasure No other
President haB over had lr. Roosevelt s
experience with the pen, nnd none, we
hlnk, has siirpissod mm In respect tr
skill lu the use of It Mr. Hoosevel
nad won recognition as n man of lei
era bclore he bucamo President, Hu
collected writings already fill numct
311s volumes, llioy oro most agree
able In Inrm and instructive In mat
icr Certainly no President's mes
sngo ever contained better wrl.inii
linn sointi passages in the Slate pa
per sent to Congress rcceptlv. He
Writes with the lucidity and tho power
of n man who commands P.s subjects
and has matured ideus to express nnd
poalllu' beliefs and oplnlcns to pre
sent Moreover, he does lot misuse
he English langtia?.-. a fault frort
which somo very great men nuiong marks of tho President's strong per
our PresldinlH have not been free somilltv, or Individuality, nnd nolxidy
The whole range of affairs to which will Imp. any dllllculty In understand
social, commercial And pollt'cal condl
ilonH besides thoso which havo sug
o8.e(l 10 nls intellect in 3 oighiuon
speclllc recommi nditlous 'tbeso have
jeen irxaicd by President ltoosovt'lt
tvlih uncommon lulncss of thought
and adequacy of literary eepiosslon.
cvor beiess, his specific recommen
Jatloni, as distinguished from tenia-
Ive suck's Ion aud stimulating discus
now, iciiutt; tllUlUCUIVVO jjiu tj LiHIUW .. . .,,.,..,,.,,,
y to eighteen points. . . . Long ."??-& 2 " ' ? rK
is Is Mr. Roosevelt s first annual com
uunlcnllon to Congress, It Is by no
ucaii8 hard reading. '1 hta Is duo to
he clearness of bis style, t le incisive
less of his thought, and. not least o!
ill, tho spirit of honest, patriotic en
denor tnaniicst throughout Its many
pc rlods Now York 8nn.
Said n member of the Cabinet "It
Is the most Individual mossngo wo
havo had slnco Lincoln." That Is pre
clscl vwhat It Is ft Iloosevelt message
flam beginning to end It has all the
the President may or should Invite
the attention of Congress appears to
havo been swept by the consclen'lous
nnd comprehensive cxecitlvo nen.
. . In our Judgment ho somewhat
overestimates the reasons for consor
vtttlsm In dealing with tho tariff and
reciprocity, and approaches some ory subject.
Ing every sentence In It. The supreme
virtue of lucidity runs through It from
first to list, and whether thn reader
agrees with what the Presldont BayH
on all points or not he will cot doubt
for a moment that thn President has
spoken his honest conviction upon uv
pi nscs of the problem frc.n tho wrong
side. When ho says .hac "there Is a
general acquiescence In our present
tariff system as a natlncu. policy," and
that "the first ronuls..o to our pros
perity Is tho continuity and stability
of this economic policy," wc t-'nk that
ho misinterprets tho ovldencc as to
public opinion, and errs as to the real
requisite to prosperity. That, wo aro
convinced, Is, not to continue protec
tion as It exists, but gradually and pru
dently, but surely, to chock and mod
eratu It. . . . Business men will
Tho parts of
he messigo which will command most
widespread Interest are thoso relating
to trusts, reciprocity and ship subsl
dies In tho treatment of all these
the President Is animated by a spirit
of conservatism which suould, and
doub less will, put an end to the last
lingering doubts as to hla thorough!)
"safo" character ns head of the Gov
emmeut. New York Commercial Ad
vertiser. President Roosevelt's first message
to the most comprehensive that has
rot be In any wny alarmed by tno safe como from the White Mouse lor many
nnd conservative uttorancca of Presl
dent Roosovolt In respect to corpora
tions, nor can the advocates of the
rlgbtH of the public and of consumers
denv that he has pointed out tbo prop
er safeguaros. Now York Times.
Tho President has doparted from
nr almost unbroken usage In not mak
years, but long as It is tbo American
people will find u worth their while, to
read It through. The style li clear
nnd nnlmnted, tbu questions treated
In many Instances affect the greatness
nnd welfare of the country, nnd tho
recommendations are of the first Im
portneru. . . There are somo
notnhle utterances In tho message
Ing the greater part of his message ft which have the qun!lt of statesman
Btimmary of the reports of thn mem
bers of the Cabinet, opening with ft do
tailed sla'ement of our foreign rcli
tlons supplied by tno Secretary of
Stat", who does not submit annual re
portH. He has not abbreviated his
communication bv this nep'ir'ure. for
ho has discussed at considerable
length every subject that Is Iwely to
como before Congress ilo has cl
ihln . . . The business Inter
ests of tho country' will bo glnd to
know that the President H empliatl
rally opposed to meddling with tho
tariff . . . On t n subject of the
restoration of our merchant mailuu,
tho President draws attention to the
dlsadvantagns under which American
goods nro tarlml In foreign bottoms,
but ho makes no speclllc reenmmenda
Instruments Flltd for Record Deem
ber , IbUI.
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ilo Sun Mono I'l.n Co. .. A.l.
Gear, Lansing & Co M. Ferrclra D.
Instruments Hied tor hecoid January
Ward W. T. ltawllns Hoi.
V Ward V T. luiwims Hoi.
v' Ward W T. Hawlins .... Hel.
V Ward W. T. Hawlins . . Hoi.
P C. Jones, Ltd. Mary Porter. Ilel.
M. P. Macl'herson nnd hua is. 8
F. U. Hobron, tr. d. W. Harrison
Kcauhullhla-Walanae Co. . . I
E V. Harrison F. E Hobrou, tr
Pacinc Sugar Mill W. Kekua . Ilel
S K. Kulkahl and wile I) Forbes D
FAKE MASONIC LODGES
New York. Dec. 20. An Immense
sensation Ins been cuusod In Masonic
circles throughout the country by tho
discovery that lodges arc being formed
In New York city and elsewhere by h
pellcd and clandejtlne Masons, and
ibat all the secrets of tho order aro
Mng peddled out eomraerclally at tbe
rate of JU. a head Tho sensation In
'ralernal circles promise to bo tha
crcaUst since the tlmo In 182S, when
William Morgan was taken from his
heme In Ilatmla, New York, and
thrown to his de-nth In Lake Ontario
Morgan's threat to reveal Masonry Iq
a book. It Is alleged, led to hla dntb.
Many have been Initiated, It Is said
right In the heart of New York, and
have como forth believing themselves
true In thu faith which ha embrnccd
every President of the United Stales
from Washington to Hoosovolt. Tha
(Irand Lodge of New York la deter
mined that thl bold attempt to Insti
tute bogus lodges shall not succeed.
Charles W Meade, Orand Master of the
Uultc-d SUitcs, Is hurrying to this city
as fnBt as n Now York Central special
can carry him Already Orand Secre
tary Ellis has come out with n sUto
raent that the flrnnd Ixxlgo of Ohlj, of
whli h Justice Pinnn) la Onind Mister,
U a bogus Institution, composed cf ex
gelled and clandestine Masons and
without authority ot any kind. A
rigid Investigation Is assured
You have paid for two or three home during your lifetime.
Especially It 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
We have now on tale hti In the beautiful Puupueo Tract,
which contains the finest suburban properly In Honolulu. Tint
tract commands a magnificent view of mountains and ocean, has
macadamlred (treets, artesian water, and the electric car line
passes through the property t-or any further Information regard
ing prices, terms, etc, address
ISLAND REALTY COWIP'Y
dently studiously avoided disturbing tlous, leaving thu reincxly to Congress
suggestions. Ah tho expenses of the New York Evening Suu
Cov eminent nro Increasing too rapid
ly, wu regret to poo that ho Is in Tnvnr
of everv proposition that has been
madu for taking money out of the
Treusury steamship mibsldlos tuti
Isthmian Canal, tho t-nrllle cable, Irri
gation and a substantial Increnso of
the Navy. . . . Ilo'crouco to Mas
sachusetlB nnd tho analogy of the na
tional wttiKH aru thu only indications
at the ertrance
to the Famous
lao Vallev. jnJ
esy access to
volcano In thl
for Tourists and
ISLAND OF MVUI.
A. T. HAflUNKAMP. Wnnnljtr,
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
President Hoosuv ell's first message
Is an encjrlopedla. It will furnish
textH for elaborate discussions for
months. Space will permit the iun
Hon of only Its most salient polntH at
this time . . . ills recomincnda
tlons about trust am not mvnliitlnn.
nry, but they may lxj all thn more ef to mot 11 friend by appolnti.icnt.
fettlvo for that. . . . On reel- took n. B' tit In the "Amen" corner,
OVATION FOR SCHLEY
PROM SAN FRANCISCO.
BONOMA JAN. 1
ALAMEDA JAN. 11
VENTURA JAN. 22
ALAMEDA FEU. 1
SIERRA FED. 12
ALAMEDA FED. 22
BONOMA MAR. S
VENTURA MAR. 2
ALAMEDA APRIL 6
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
VENTURA DEC. 31
ALAMEDA JAN. 15
SIERRA JAN. 21
ALAMEDA FED. 5
SONOMA FEU. 11
ALAMEDA FED. 2G
VENTURA MAR. 4
ALAMEDA MAR. 10
SILHRA MAR. 25
ALAMEDA APRIL U
lot tho extent to which tbo I resident proclty In gmernl tho President seems
wouiu carry governmental supervision, nan nearmu. vvo cannot neip inmKing
Tho relations of tho Government to that If McKlnloy had llveu, he would
tbo industrial corporatlona nro very have spoken In more Insistent terms
dlffcre-nt from its relaticns to tho on this subject that lay so uenr his
banks of lesue. Any Hiiperdslon of thu heart. Mr. Iloosevelt accepts nil the
multitude of minor stocl. companion old protectionist uogmns, Just ns If hu
is. of course, superfluous and Imprnc hail never studlod economic at liar
tlcable. The decision of the Supreme vurd. . . . President iloosevelt s
Court In the Philadelphia sugar casts ftrtit message Is an ablo document. If
practically estops Congress from ox- hull of Ita recommendations are fairly
tending Its uiithorltv over inter Slate considered, this will bo ft profitable
commerce to manufacturing articles session ot Congress New York Jour-
which In-come the suhji'cis of lnor- unl.
New York. Dec 21. Admiral Schley
recolvvd nn ovation today lr tho corri
dor of the Fifth Avenue Hotel. The
Aamlrnl entered iv few minutes after
II o'clock, nttlicd In cIvIH.il clothe.),
In connection with tee Balling or tho above steamers, tno agents are pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets ny any rail
road from San Francisco to all points in the United States, and from New
York by any steamship lino to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS Ar"PI.Y TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AQENT8 OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
8tnte commerce. . . The Gov-
ernmc nt cannot yet go far boyond thn
niqulsltlon of Information and thu ap
plication of existing remedies to spe
cific wrongs. New lork Journal or
The Presldeut'ri message Is long, but
no citizen of thu United Suites who
tnki h a becoming Interest in national
affairs will find it tedious. From bit
ginning to end It well repajs an at
tmtlvo reading Stale DancrB which
Presldi nt lloosov lit evidently ngrees elaborately n-couiited current hls'ory
with Colonel Fre Grunt that "a snr n" opinion wuiioui reaching dec'ivo
pltu Is easier to handle thnn a dull eone iisloiis havo been promulgated In
M,w.v 1 i.m 1.1, ,,. ,in. a "mil itt.rtnt great numburs. onlv to prove vole o
uttcntlon to the need of strkt econo- 'vct "' fn,'u "' of tnu public mind
mv In the national expenditures." This "1"'t K'' "J!0" Hn "'"V wer0 lHed
will hardly muse a panic among tho T,mt fal m uot ,''nl' "10 rommiml
surplus spenders. . . . Tbo first ,.?"ou. "'nl '" t-ongress eHti-rdny by
icniedy for the ' trusts' ovlls, no sug
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.
COPTIC JAN. 4
AMERICA MARU JAN. 11
PEKING JAN. 18
GAELIC JAN. 28
HONGKONO MARU FED. 6
CHINA FEU. 14
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
PEKING DEC. 27
GAELIC JAN. 3
HONGKONG MARU JAN. 11
CHINA JAN. 20
DORIC JAN. 31
NIPPON MARU FEU. 8
Mr. HooHevvlt. It Is not a ncgntlvu
message, but bristles with rrtomiiT'ii
dntlons of a positive and fur reaching
character, which nevertheless are es
sentlally conservative in thu true
sense of that often misapplied word.
Nuw York Tribune.
x uw momnts bi was recognized, and
wen! quickly pauoJ through the notel
that hi- was In thu house. In less than
IW.l minutes a crowd hal gathered
nrouud the Admiral and engaged blm
One young man walked up to the na
val commander and said, "Admiral,
may I have thu honor of shaking your
"Honor'" exclaimed the Admiral.
"The honor Is mine; I am very glad to
mi-vt you, sir.'
Many other admirer pressed forward
and shook Hiu, Admiral's hand. He rn
tnalued In the hotel an hour, and was
kept very busy.
Earlier In the day, tbo Admiral, ac
companied bv Mrs. Schley and their
daughter, Mrs. Stuart Wortley, wont
shupplug. The Admiral was rccog-
nziM among the throngs of Christmas
shopp-pt. and was greeted enthusiasti
cally. Hu declined to talk upon any
matter connected with tbo controversy
over the Hantlngo campaign.
gests, Is "publicity -knowledge of tbo
facts." And to Bcctire this ho favors
Rtiporvihlon und control of corpora
tlons doing nn Inte r Hi.itu business by
tbo national Government, similar to
that now ixirclstd over banks. If
Congress lacks the constitutional now
er to pass such nn act, "then u const! Considering t.te number of the top
tutlonal nmendment s.iotilu be submit- les dlvcusred by President Roosevelt
ted In eonftr that power." A tentatlu In bis message. Its great length Is not
suggestion of "tnxatlon ns a further Burprising. unfortunately "ho draw
remedv may cause a flutter anion oth out the thread of IiIh verbosity tin
thoso who remember Governor Iloostv er than the stiiplo of his nrgument,'
vciih BtrinuQUH support or the Iran- anu, wnuo no makes h few direct ree
ehlsu tux In this Mate . . . Ills
curt, thrie-llne reference 10 the recK
protlty trentle "laid besom tho Sen
nte by my prwlew ssor" does not ho.u
much promise for action. , , .
Many minor topics nro treated with cu
ommendatlnns, It Ih In the main ft "let
well enough nlonn" document, . . .
Th! me-ssagi'. as a whole, leaves the
Impression that the President, In his
deslro to be conRrvatlve, consulted
so mnny peisonn and took so much ad
rlniHiu fitwt i-nftri Dentin itml the von. vice thnt fhert, Is f-nntnnrntlt.ttv lltttf.
eial Impnsslon produced by i'resldont of Theodore Roosevelt left In It Ijiter PdUc business
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jttnHt'vt'lt tt iirnv lut-nnaiu IH ttiuiiiictiy uti, ti,ytt;vtit, ttn mtu unif,riit.-ii Willi
other chler magistrates, he Is likely
to "find himself." New York Herald.
favorable to Its moderation, Iti high
tr,no nnd Its rharneterls'le courage
and candor New ork world
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
H. HCKPIBLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of tho above line, running In connection wlta the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. D. C, and Sydney, N.S.vV.,
and calling at Victoria, I). C, Honolulu and Drtsbane, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
From Vancouver anu Victoria, B. C.
(For Urlsbane and Sydney.)
l-rom Sydney and Brisbane.
(Tor Victoria and Vancouver. D. C.)
MOANA JAN. 15
Through Tickets issued Irom Honolulu to Canada. United States and
d all Bcuercl Information, apply to curope. For Freight and Passage an
Theo. H. Dnvlew v Co., Ltd., Gcn'l Afients .
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT 8F.RVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
8. S. OREGONIAN, 6,000 torn, to salt about Dec. 20.
8. 8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, to sail about Jan. 20.
8. 8. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to salt during February.
From 8an I'rancleco 8. 8, HYADE8, 3,000 tons, to sail Jan. 4 for Honolulu.
Freight received at Company's whnrf, 4!nd Street, South Brooklyn, ut
all tlmca. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freloht Acjent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
- AGENTS, HONOLULU.
Despite the positive character of Its
author the first Presidential meswige
of Theodore lloosov It presents no
where the ehnrarter of nn ultimatum,
vhlcb so fre'iutntl) ills' Intulsbed Mr.
Cleveland's Stnto paporu und wh...
oven Mr. McKllilev udopteil on one
noted occasion President lloosevell
will Und himself nt no deadlock with
Congriets In 1 ons nnencii of nnvthlng
In this document He Iiiih avoided tho
pltfiill of Insistence on sptcllle legisla
tion with rare dlsen Hon. In this he
ban Indied executed the very last te8
lament of his predecessor, . .
In brief the first word to our people
of our Rough llldur Chief Magistral"
Is that of u. sagacious, sell-restralncd.
w ell balanced American stft'esman. It
justifies the predispositions which
have considered Theodore iloosevelt
ns n lender rather than 11 follower of
public opinion Hut It revcalu him an
selecting for his le adershlp thoso wayH
wherein public opinion is prepared to
follow. Hu puts hinihelt it the hi ad
of the bodv of the tirniy not of those
forlorn hr,pen nnd explaining i-ipecto
tlons which ull tho autumn long, In
mistake n reliance on tho adventurous
rlupohlHon of tho new commander
have been e-'igerlv awaiting the word
t) march New York Press
Pn sldi nt Roosevelt hate taken n
conscientious view of his tonitltu'lon
al duty to keeo Cnneress Informed as
ti tin sta'e of the Union and In an
earnest, strulghtforwnrd und most vlg
orouMv comprehensive) fashion, hlnhlv
credl'nhle to his sente of olllclal m
sroeilbllltv he Psm presented manv
President Roosevult's messnee
leaves In no doubt his position on a
number of lroportiin,l topics. . . . 1
II Is characterized by tho lofty spirit I
and high puriose of Kb author. Much '
Is left to the migulikd wisdom of Con
gresK, which may Imply a beioinlng
modesty cm tint part of tho President,
routine suddenly to tho duties of bis
hlfch ollleu without the long tr lining lu I
in lonal alfalrs that had filled the
mind and ripened thi Judgment of his
predecessor - New York Mnll and Ex '
Except In a few ft attires, lresldent
Roosevelt's message Is lacking In defl
nlte recommi ndatlons, but these few
nro of first rnte Importance.
Ml this (tho treatment of trusts, civil
si rvlco oxtenslun and the Improve
men'B of tho Consul ir lenlco) is
worthy of Theodore Iloosevelt at his
best , . As Instances of vague
ness In the message wo may mention
the paragraph which relates to reel
prorlt) and the one In reference to
ship subsidies --New York Evening
Washington, Dec. 25. It Is reported
here that the Hock Island uas announc
ed that, having concluded trnBlc ar
rangements with tho Southern Pacific
from El Paso westward. It will not
extend Its line toward tho Pacific, but
will nst content with tho completion
of the line through Indian Territory to
El Paso. A Texas man now here, Ed
ward T. Atwood of Dallas, Is authority
for thu statement that the Rock Island
has arranged to get n pro rata of
Southern Pacific business from the Pa
clHc roast. In return for which It de
livers! to the Southern Pacific all Its
It is the understand
ing," says Atwood, "that upon the com
pletion of tha Rock Islan I to El Paso a
joint rate sheet will bo Issued, tho ta
riff on which will nbtlrb switching
charges, etc, at El Paso and practi
cally amount to n morgcr of Intorests
on through busltiees, "
It Is nlso understood tITat the Rock
Ifl'und will run through trains to iindL.1,1
..ut., v.uiKthu ttuu nt nuKi'ii'i itnu nan
Franclsto over the new route
Located In the Famous Coallnga
Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, completely sur
rounded by ns rich oil producing wells
bb there aro In tho Stale, yielding from
SO to 250 barrels per day.
Contract prices lor oil at thu Con.
mga wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With twenty-five producing wells ot
1011 barrels each per day, you can
make your own calculation as to
Tho oil Industry of California M In
Its Infaucy, yet mnny fortunes bnve
been made by judicious and lucky in
vestments In oil stock. Many more
will be made In the near future.
Tbo nveragu advance on original
siks of oil Block In twonty loading
companjvo to California bus been
from Jl to HOB per share.
Oil lands have advanced from 11.21
to 1,000 and $2,000 per acre.
When tho Pacific Union Oil Com
pany huu a number of producing well
on Its proporty. Its Block will have
ibu Bamo show for even a greati-r au
vance, as somu oil block has advunced
from $1 to 11,500 per share.
The Pacific Union Oil Company ni
no Balarlid olUcerv, and Ib controlled
by well known gentlemen of Integrity
who will see? tnnt tho money derived
from tho salo of stock will bo IcgHl
matcly applied to the development ol
For further Information, apply to J
H. FISHER ft CO.. Stock and Don J
DrokerB, and Huwallsn agents for the
salo of R limited amount of PncJBc
Union Oil Company Btock. Stangon
wald building. Merchant street
Weekly edition or the Bulletin t 1
California Safe Deposit & Trust Co
corner California and Montgomery
streets. For thn six months ending
December 31, 1101, dividends havo
been declareHl on Deposits lu tho Bav
lugs Department of this Company M
follows- On Term Deposits, at tho
rate of 3 6-10 per cent pe-r annum, and
on Ordinary- Deposits, nt tho rato of
3 ir c nt jxjr annum, ireo of taxes,
nnd payable on and after Thurwlay
January 2, 1902. Dividends lincalleed
for nro added to tho principal and
bear the Ham-t rato of dividend aa the
principal from and after January 1.
,nn t itiivuri tmnii-Kr
l.-v. .1 iiti,r,buu iinuite,
202& 2w Muuapir.
Intending cabin and ste-erago pas
sengers from tho port of Honolulu
arei hereby Informed that until further
notice the enderslgned will not book
rassengeru em tbo Bleamont for wnicft
they nrc agents unletHe-wild-peissongcrs'
rejwrt nt their office) at least nlno (9)
days previous to the scheduled dato Of
sailing Further Information may be
had upon application at tnu onion 01
II HACKFEL 4 CO. LTD,
WM. O IRWIN & CO..
T. II. DA.,S t CO. 1
Pound-Master's Notice of Estrays
Notice Is hereby given that the. ani
mals described below havo been Im
pounded In L-o Government Pound at
Maklkl, Komi, isiaua ot uanu, anu
unless the 'pound fees nnd damages
aro r-ooncr satisfied will be sold t
the date beretaftcr named according to
Ike 28. 10011 whlto mare, undc-
Deo. 2. 1931 1 bav horse, branded
J O II on the left nlnd leg, wblto
spot on forehead, nlso nn tho barfc,
right fore foot black, others white
Dee. 29, 1901 1 biv horse, branded
H V on right nlnd leg. whlto stmts
on forehead to nostrils, left hind
foot black, others whlto.
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO,
One Hundred Iollarfl (JIOO.OO) re
ward will be paid to any person giv
ing Information which will lead to tne
arrest nnd conviction of tho parties
who stole a registered mall pouch
from the steamer Kinnu ou nr about
Baturriay, Docember 21st.
U. I WIGHT.
A special meeting of the stockhold
era of tbo KOLOA HcOAH CO., ITD.
will be held at tbu ollleu of 11. Hack
feld & Co. Ltd . Honolulu, on Wi-due
day, Januar) 8th, 1902, at 10 o'clock
a. m , for the purpose o. amending tho
Ily-I-nwH of the Company ssid for such
other business a may be brought be
fore the meeting F KLAMP,
$10 -RUPTURE CURM
BBiextVj- Itt I
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lUtU tfll. rtaMrsvI It,
Kiut-ncvT ii tun, mu
It and r mf ri lollioruti
turel SorrihttaM vei
mr wuii irvmisKi'
lWt3,1 rtrlwr fnU Inf-jnootioh i V1,hunwli
uitmic nun C9
atAinpftrvUhUiiilit. nMnr rtr
Ah a wholo, thu mcHbfist Ih hu ado
quatn and huslnt-HHllko titatu piper
Any ono who exptcti pyrotecb
nlrH will bo dfKftnpolntod for tho -n
In accordance with the by-laws of
the Tlrst National Hank of Hawaii at
Honolulu, notice Is hereby given thai
tho annual muetlng of the stockholders
thi reof will be netd In Honolulu, Island
of Oahu. Te rrltory of Hawaii, at Ita
place of business, on Tue-sday Jntiu
tiro document, 'nigh not lacking In nry H ,1902 ut 3 p. ra. of that day
1 mnhitle statements of opinion Is em the purpose of such muting being
Inentlv practical und conservative It
U niillo In arrord with Mr. Roosevelt's
pledge to ndhern to tno policies of his
prtdeccshor New York Dally Nows.
Hlnnk honks of nil descrlpt'nn de
signed .ind made nt the cVENINl)
problems and discussed many sets of BULLETIN'S Job Ottlc.
election of dlreitora for trie eti'Ulng
year, und for the transaction of all
such other business as may be neces
arv or brought before the btoekbold
1 rs for action
W. G. COOPER Crnle
D.t'ed Honolulu D.triimper 9 1901
:01; Dec. 11, 18, 21; Jan !, 9
on Saturday. January II, 1902,
If not calhxl for heforo tho date men
200i-3t Pound Master.
A Bpeclat meeting of tuo stockhold
ejT) of the OAHU huOAR CO. LTD
win bo held at tho oltlco o. II, Hack
feld k Co, Ltd. Houolulu, on Friday
January 3tst, 1992 nt lu o clock a. iru
fur tbu puriKisu of amending tho 11
Luwh of the Comiuiiiv and for such
other buslnist as may uu brought be
fore the meeting 1- HI.,iMl',
203i 3t Swcrotary.
In accordance with Hectlon 1 of
Chapti r XXVI of the Liws of 1886.
All rereous holding water privileges
or thoso paying water ratm ant herel
notified that the watir rates for the
term ndlng Jun.i 30, 1902 will be due
and payuble at the office of the Hono
lulu Water Work on tho 1st day of
All such rates remaining unpaid for
fifteen days after they are dun will be
subject to an additional 10 per cent.
All privileges upon which rates re
main unpaid Februar), 1902, (thirty
dnvs after becoming dcdlnqtu nt), are
liable to suspinslon without further
Itati-a are pnvnble at the ofllco of the
Water Works In the bnxenient of Cup
Supt Honolulu Water Works
Honolulu I)i 20. lini 2024-lOt
00WER8' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night watchmen furnished fur bulM
Ings. Iiuslness propeirty and residences
Uullilerr will do well to consult Row
ers Ih regard to watchnen.
DIVIDEND NO. ICE.
THE GERMAN b.WlNOH & I.OAN
SOCIETY ejii California stneL For
tho half je-ir ending with Ducemlwr
31st, 1901, u dividend boa been decl&r
r4 at tho rate of thn-ev (3) per cent
per annum on nil depociltti. froo ot
tatie. p.irulti on und after Thnrsday,
January 2 1902
02S 2w HecntUry.
The firm of Purel &. Karon, ahlp'i
cnriHuters and builders has this day
beti dissolved n mutual consent
C H. Purd) having bought tbo entire
hut-lntvH. will rondue-t tho s.11110 at tht
old sund, sollt,lllng the giM patron
age of the pott, with tho usual guar
aptte of llnd-ed-iss work. All bllla pay
abl only to r. II. Purd.
C. H. PL'RDY.
Honolulu, Doceuiber IB, 1901.
Fitio Jo'i rrintitte; at tho ul