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Hurlo Walknno Wing Wo in & Co.
II C i'lll Wing Wo 'lal'u'co.! . U
"Thcro's company nt our house," an- nst as still' 't.ien, another thing,
uou need Uncle jtiliau ono morning, while the eggs were hatching, tho
The Curley twins received the news laihcronc used to Fit on 'em daytimes K. MacfnrlancWlng ,o lal 4t Co.
with Keen Interest uvoryihlug at 'n rest the mother one. les, sir, ha i Confm.
Undo Julians was ol lmcrcst. did:" I II. A Heen Sang Hop ,nlCo..II.S.
'Perhaps ou woiildut call them "I discovered mat. too!" I)avy,H. Mitjaniuto 9. I. Shaw ... .CM.
Photo copjrijjht bj AJmc Dupont, New York.
MARCELLA SEMBRICH, THE GRAND OPERA STAR.
JUST WHAT I WANT !
"I am nervous and run down now
but I will be all right In a week."
IT CURES NERVOUS MEN.
CURES FEMALE WEAKNE8S.
CURES BACK PAINS.
CURES STOMACH TROUBLE.
Or. McLaughlins niectrlc IleU Is ft
popular remedy nowadays. It Is tho
only remedy which will cure while you
sleep. Just put li on when you go to
bed, feci the warm, glowing vitality go
ing Into jour weakened parts nnd re
storing their life and vigor, and not a
AND YOU DON'T HAVE TO DOSE
YOUR STOMACH WITrt NASTY
DRUGS. THIS SHOWS WHAT IT
RHEUMATISM AND STOMACH CA
Tomnlcs. Marin Co., Cal.,
June 26, 1001.
. MCLAUGHLIN Dear Sir: Onocould not Imagine the siege of suf
fering I passed through from stomach trouble nnd rheumatism. I
was subjected to sovcro drug treatment, stomach pump treatment,
nnd diet treatment, without tho least relief. I grew disgusted with
them all and ns a last resort tried your belt, two years ago. In, three
days I could fling nway my cane, and In three monthB was n now
man, entirely cured, and felt bttter than I had for years. Several of
my friends havo slnco purchased your belts. I would not part with
mine for $1000 If I could not gat nnothcr. Yours truly.
JOHN U. GUAY.
This man wns cured two years ago.
l'OOK KIIEE. I will send you my FIIEE HOOK, little book, with
full information, sealed, free If you will send this ad.
complin), rcany, lor Auntie and I hops shrieked, excitedly. "An' about their
they huo tome to slay. Us a young loving each other."
couple, joii know. inoy are both "11m hns tho floor mi on, Tim,"
beau. mil a. le dentures and so well raid Undo Julian, smiling.
behaved and quioi: On snort acquaint- "And alter the eggs hatched It was
nncu lve omy discovered ono fault In lust the enine lied tnko care of the
tnemtliey aru mn. Well, you and babies daytimes."
I would uu u wo nail such splendid "While the old lady took a 'day off.
ncle Julian tails! ' "All her days on, Undo Julian, tru-
"They haven t cot tails. Undo Ju- ly. Every sIiieIo day ho old It. I
linn?" ! think he went on tho nesi just about
i uiie Julian dropped down on tlm 10 o'clock. Anyway, that s tho way no
doorstep between mu Curley Twins, did Saturdays nnd Sundays, when wn
laughing. could wntch him. ,rasn't lie n kind
on, uiu they navo porrect beau- little father ono?"
ties bo saui. "id nio to navn oil "To bo Burn ho was. Any other ills
goi ncou.un.cd wi,n tiicni. Coma in rovory?"
iul cun on your wuy homo Irom "Yes, there's ..ow the little motnor
school. ' m one feeds her bibles. That's funniest
And promptly nt ten mlnuics past of nil. You ought to soo her. Undo
lour tne cm ley 'lwins called on UiicIh lulhn' She lets tho baby pigeon poko
Junnns "company. 'Ihey were up in his bill clear Into hers and then kind
tue pigeon io.i siruUIng nroiiml, with r pumpi his brcakfnst lmo It. I guess ,,, ,
luvii uuuu li ! run niiiiv hcviio oiiw uiiiek iiii.l- u iiiiiv i'uiiiij in 111-1
sireiched bacK irondiy .il ihey nlmosl throat where sho bets brenkfast all
lumped tnelr liciii.litil wnue tails. ready tor him
"mmulia. siirlchcd tho Curloy
Twins, lu chorus,
"wny. 1 diiln t hiiow you i. oven been
Introduced. Mow did you know their It says you can't raise a pigeon-baby
names' smiled Undo Julian. "cs, by hand no, sir! If you uo he'll die,
tiioy ro the Knlmnll couple Irom Uos- 'causo ho's 'customed to hnve his
ton. Sco them snow 0,1 I told you mother pump food Into his bill llko
they were vain. I think thoy mean to that. Sho gets It nn dcr dergested
set up housekeeping nt once, the smart tor him."
litllo lellnws! Now, look here, boys. 'Klglit!" cried undo Julian, "you
bent Christopher Columbus himself'
thero ,l0 on' Tlm"
till IU isr (, H i m. t ... I.I -1 I..
iiuii n uu, ijmuitiy Hitiu, biuvyiv,
mmlmr It In "nnlita" linil Intn Vtlu
A. It. I'edro Yeo Sing Co I...
Tr. Est. S. Spencer ct n.. II. Armk
Tllden vs. Tllden Dorrco i
Illsliop & Co. N. Makiena . ...ltd.
A. 13. Cunhn et' nl. Honolulu Iron
Works Compinv .'.I..
Instruments Filed 'or Record January I
V. M. Mlnton A. V. Gear. tr....l).
A. V. Oeir. tr Jar" M'n'on D I
W. M. Mlnton A. " Genr tr T. ,
A. V. clear, tr Jinn Mln'nn D.i
Hawnll I.nndCo I., 'i. McCandl"s
M. Jnrph and wife Mrs. A. Hor
rcauy lor mm. . . u,. -, (,,
"Yes, sho has! sho has!" exclaimed ,,'',, ?,?, ii,i
Davy; "I discovered that, too! And 'A '"",- t
t found something nbout it In a book, i J;-..1.' .- Ui'
sH V is
KUaJjUli i anlln li n iaU
I m going to offer a. jirizo-
The Curley Twins "looked"
iHnlnHilil IIkIii.u n t A ITniln lllllnn
UHUillllJ. III..H uiu. uuuu UUIIUU rrnmtT,( 1,1. V. ,..l, v.1.
went together beaUiliuliy. ino urowu nnV,!,,,.
twin nodded to tho yellow twin in lok- ..-o Davy"
en of delight. Daw 'was dancing from one foot to
'cs, n prlie- his way. Tho hoy ,ho otncr ,n Rrcat excitement
who finds out the most IntorestlnR .Tvo Kot nnntncr onc. he 8holltOIi.
things nbout tho ilttlo rnntaii touplo, ..y0s, sir, I dlscovcreu ..ow nicy drink
In six weeks, snail havo u prize. Ynu wnter' They don't hold their heads
can ctinio up nnd inll on them as ollen t)ack an(1 Pt it run uown thor thronts,
as you like, oiu of school hours. gamo nH n(her n(rug uo UllcIo junn.
It was such hint 'i'ho Curley Twins l..oy keep tnelr bills right In till
were over In Undo Julian s loft early they've got all they want, samo us as
and late, mid tho more tney studied an ox."
and watched the Ilttlo snow-wmto ''Good'" Undo Julian cried. "You're
creatures the moro they enjoyed It. r'"ht, D'vv. They're nn exception to
Well," uncle Julian sa.u, at in? all tna bird trltis.
Recorded PrmHr 81. 101.
First Itnnk of t"ln. 1 Imltod to A.
1. Poteml.'ln t nl ' ntrtlil rolonno
lots 12. 11 H 1r- ""'' 1 M""'' 11 VII-
rincn 1"io tin-iu- wn Hook
"' pago 408. Dated December 14,
.1 I.ebrwnnn ""'t tinoliiiil tn Flr3t
rnn'-n "Uo JH'
wall: STnn pv "' mo 4C8 Dat
nl DecemliT 11 ioii.
II O .T''ln n, "lfo to Flnt
riink of ttiio t iii ed mn-tHi-fi:
Patent infi flUl. I'Ml. TTn-ntt;
?rnn. I'ooV "'', paeo 470, Dated De
cember 111. lint.
J ninl!e!pnn "'t wllo to F'rt
rtink of into t i.ift. r.riA- tMr-
Hnm Intn H !' "! V.il.ii.ii ),! H1o.
Ifnwnll- fisnn PKfdf "'7. pairo 472.
IVftrd nfpiMiihor 17. H'l
M. E. No "n't Vii.Siml tn
W, C 1 nnl" mnr nol'on
nnnt tra w..ni .tn,r( iTAnnlntu,
nnhtr "soft t.nV iv,, naito 474.
Dated De'-etnt.A. n qat
Recorded December 24, 1901.
II. Jnnscn and wile to Hllo Itallroad
Company; deed; forty toot right of
way across portion lot 236, Olaa, l'una,
Hawaii; $101). Hook 231, page 101,
Dated October 8. l'JOl.
F. C. I.e Illond and wlfo to Hllo
Railroad Company; df"d; portion Olaa
lot 14, Olaa. l'una, Hawaii; J10U. Hook
231, pago 102. Dated December iu,
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 car line
passe through the property. For any further Information regard
ing prices, terms, etc., address
ISLAND REALTY C01YIPY
204 .IUDD UUIL.DI.-Na.
end ol ihu six wceus, "wlios ahead I' Of rourio. on nccount of that one
"I guess Davy is.' tho brown twlD last discovery. Davy zot the prize. Hut '1901
said, politely It retllr dldn i matter. Timothy said, Kcaloha and nusbaud to Kcalallllll;
",no. in course. It's Tlm lliy," tho lit as long ns they were twins. deed, 11. 1'. 043ii, iul. 44UJ, It. i.
He yellow twin rejoined. "You'll find It up In vour uarn cham- C28S, Kul. 3382, ino, ,n..uuu, Maul
Honk 231, pagu .03.
G. M. Robertson to 1.. I..
We must c-ll in our evidence and her tomorrow uftor school. Davy." Un- llu.
find out," laugiied clncic Julian. "He- tip Jul'an mid. briefly. And tho next gust
gin, Tlm, botnuso you aro half nn afternoon well, what do ynu suppose A.
men taller than Dnvy. vimt huvo the Curlov Twins foun was Davy's: CandteEs. deed: portion 11. 1'. CGUS
jou discovered about the 1'iin.ull rim- prize? Thcv scurried up Into tho barn I'rlnters lane. Honolulu. Oahu; J12u.
pie? clmp'her ihroe s'ops nt a tlmn. Hook 231, page 1 . Dated December
llmnthy had inndn notes. Ho pull- "Hark! whlspcrco Timothy, suu- 18, 1901.
en tne"' out of his pocket grimy mm demy. Recorded December 26,
crumpled. a iiciu-1"ii roii. cooing sounu camp
"Weil, ho said, "first I know they to 'hi-ni fnln'lv,
lovo each other they're the gteatest "It la'" whispered Timothy,
ol irlendH. I'nrlo Julian! The other "ves. sir. It Is'" breathed Davy,
day the mother one wan kino of wanh Ami It was' There. In a Ilttlo room
Ing thu father one's laeo and linialilnK l-n'r''"d of In n corner they found
nls hnlr. and it looked ns If she wn? the Knn'nll rounlo nnd their two ba-
tying his necktie, mime as Grandma hies. That wn the rrlzo Uncle Jullnn
dnea (trandpaK. l guess ynu a navo five Arn'" '"ninon uonnon in ino
laughed. Uncle Jullnn! Hu stood Cnngregntlnnallst.
& n -r -j. ,-i.' -.-if -i! -r--rj i"-r j -- ' x -r -c- x
t the entrants
to the Famou)
Uo Vallev. and
easy access te
volcano In ths
He id quartan
MAUI HOTEL, SSm.
A. T. HAOHNKOir. Mwnnijfr.
Dr. MJH. McLaughlin, S""
702 Mnpkct St.,
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FKOM SAN FIIANC1SCO.
ALAMEDA JAN. 11
VENTURA JAN. 22
ALAMEDA FEB. 1
BIEHIIA FEU. 12
ALAMEDA FED. 22
SONOMA MAH. 5
VENTURA MAR. 26
ALAMEDA APRIL 5
FOR SAN FRANCISCO. ,
ALAMEDA JAN. IB
SIERRA JAN. 21
ALAMEDA FED. 5
SONOMA FEU. 11
ALAMEDA FEIJ. 20
VENTURA MAR. 4
ALAMEDA MAR. 19
SIMIRA MAR. 25
ALAMEDA APRIL 9
In connection with tho sailing or tne above steamers, itio agents nro pre
pared to lssuo, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to nil points In tho United States, and from New
York by nny steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 8. S. CO.
A. Anderson ami wile to Hllo Rail
road Company; ueed; lor.y-ioot right
ol wny across lot .i4, oiua, l'una, iln
wall; $lti8. Hook 23i, pugo 1U5. Dat
ed August ill. mni.
Recorded December 27, 1901,
Trustees Oaiiu college to II. II. Pen
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coallnga OH
Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, completely sur
rounded by ns rich oll-pruducing well
us there are In the Statu, yielding Irom
50 to 250 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at tho Cou.
inga wells, 7u cents per barrel.
With twenty-Ill u producing wells ol
mako your own calculation as
ONLY SMUGGLER EVER HUNG
More, than thrro decades have passed the second mute, however, wcro finally
since Captain Ilobcrt Gordon, a natlvo released. Captain Gordon was duly
of Cnpn Elizabeth, Maine, was hanged tried, found guilty nnd sentenced to bo
lu New York city by order of the Gov- hanged,
crnment for smuggling slaves Into thi x While Imprisoned at the Tombs Cap-
United States from Africa. i tnlii Gordun was not always Kepi in
California Safe Deposit & Triu-t Co..
corner California and Montgomery
s. reels. For the six months ending
Di-ceinber 31. 1901, dividends havo
been declared on DcposltH In tho Sav-
I Incs Department of this Company as
, i .. . ,i.. ..... .. iiiihiwo. vl. li-IIII in'luiDlini in mc
barrels each per day. you can 3 c nnd
3 your own calculation as tu. np,, ti, ', ,i, .,. nt
hallow; deed; lot u, u.ojk if, college proBts. , 3 per cent per annum. .rw of tuxes.
Hills tract, Honolulu, uanu; Jluuu. I Tho oil Industry of California Is lcam payable on and after Thurwlay.
im mimic, jc-i man iuhiiuco nun-, jnnunry -j, nmz. Dividends uncaiica
been made by Judicious and lucky In- for are added to tho principal and
vestments in oil stock. Many moro bear the Kami) rate of dividend as the
will bo made In tho near fuiuro.
The average advanco on original
sales of oil stock In twenty leading
companies in California has boon
from II to 1108 por sharo.
Oil lands bave advanced from 11.25
to $1,000 and S2.000 per acre.
When tho Pacific Union Oil Com
Uook 231, pago 1UU,
J. I). Ackerman ct jl. to W. C.
Achl; deed; interest in portion Urant
701, Honualno 4, iSorlh Koua. Hawaii;
J33.r). Hook 231, pago K8. Dated No
vember 23, 1901.
FREIGHT AND CHARTERS
The following freights and charters
Captain Gordon, by the way. was the close confinement, but he was allowed, wcio no ,00. in San rranclsco prior to
aly man upon whom the death penal- much H rt ;tan'ay M Au'dndaf American barkent.no. C37
( was ever Imposed by our Govern- "lfc ' 10l"yn occasionally, nnd tong. lumhor ,rom uoiumn.a vor to
ment for that offcnue. and the event of
his execution with circumstances nt-
the officials gnvn him ovcry chance to vnln'iminn 1 n
eRrapp.none ni which uuniun occcpi-Klruie U Co,
JL2 is v.. by W. It.
tendant to It, created Intense excite- ?'. " explicitly did ho believe that he Arab, Untish steamer, 2S74 tons, baa
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the anove 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
HONGKONG MARU FEB. 6
CHINA FEB. 14
FOR 6AN FRANCISCO.
GAELIC JAN. 3
HONQKONG MARU JAN. 11
CHINA JAN. 20
DORIC JAN. 31
NIPPON MARU FEB. 8
ment in the metropolis and thiough-
out tho country.
There aro several retired Bhlp cap
tains In Washington county who were
once well acquainted wlt.i "Hob" Gor
dun, were In New York at the time of
his Imprisonment and execution, visit
ed him nt the Tombs, txggcd hi ill to
CFcapu when opportunities unnumbered
were presented to him, unil who wcro
cje-wltncKMi'B of some of the exciting
scenes which followed close upon his
death in the time of tho bloody Draft
These men hold tn tho belief that
never would he hanged. He often told I been purchased y uiu Douar b.eam
his friends that ho would never bo
hanged. "No man was ever executed for
the ofTrnsi) and I shall not be," Gordon
would hay. That was In tho admlnls
tratlon of James llurhanan, and tho
snip Company ipnvntc termu).
lloudicej, liritisn snip, lt24 ions (at
Tatoma); wncat tlicniu 10 United
Kingdom, Havre, Antwerp or Dun
kirk; by Haliour, (iiiiline a Co,
C. S. Holmes, American schooner,
' principal from and after January 1.
1902. J. DALZELL UROWN,
Intending cabin and steerage pas
sengers from thu port of Honolulu
pany has a number of producing wolls are hereby Informed that until further
on Its proporty. Its stock will have notice tho undersigned wnl not book
ino samo show for oven a greater na pseiiKi-ni uu tun nmmoni iur uicu
vance, as some oil stock has advanced V ur" agents unless said pasBengora
from 1 to 11.600 per sharo. report at their office nt least nine (9)
Th,P.,n iminn nil Hnmnanv nis do8 prcvlouB to tho, scheduled date of
Government at that time was quite 37ti tons; uivrc iinnamu irom tins port
In sympathy with slavery. Captain nnd lumber Irom Grays tlarbor to
Gordon wni. shown so much kindness Hantn Rosalia; by Felix aniallicr.
11ml consideration by tho oindals at
the Tom lis that lie had no desire to es
cape, but claimed to his friends that
ho would remain In prison until re
leased, which would not be a long
Elginshire, llrulsn snip, 2U38 tons
(at Tacomn) ; wheat thenco to United
Kingdom, Havre, Anivrerp or Dunkirk,
XI 15s; prior to arrhal.
Elizabeth Nicboison, British bark,
Ml tons (at Vancouver); lumber
thence to Shanghai; owners' account.
lint whn Alir.ihnm Lincoln hecftms ' l'alls ot Clyde. American ship. 174S
Gordon need never have been hanged,. pr,.rti,int nn.i ., Ui-nubllc-an nartv ton'- Passengers and merchandise to
that he might have easily escaped; but W;ln ,n .. llow lin kIav, .,, sIrV. Hllo. In Spreckels lino; by J. D.
c-.-- -. --w ., -. ... -- - MtirarM ma 11 ma 1 T
the coudnmned man himself believed
he never would be executed, and so
Spreckcla t Bros. Co.
no salaried olllcenr, and Is controlled
by well-known gentlemen of Integrity,
who will see tnat tho money derived
from the salo of stock will bo legiti
mately applied to the development of
For further Information, apply to J.
II. FISHER & CO.. Stock and Bond
Brokors. and Hawaiian agents for the
salo of a limited amount of Pacific
Union Oil Company stock. Stangeu
wald building. Merchant street.
sailing. Further Information may be
bad upon application at the offices ot
H. HACKFEL- & CO.. LTD,
WM. O. IRWIN & CO.,
T. II. DA.-8 c CO.
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) re
ward will ho paid tn nny person giv
ing Information which will lead to tno
arrebt and conviction of the parties
Weekly edition 01 the Bulletin $1 a who Mole a registered mall pouch
from the steamer hinau on or about
Saturday, December 21et.
C. L. WIGHT.
Pound-Master's Notice of Estrays
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. S. S. CO.
H. HACKFIBLO & CO, LTO. AGENTS.
CanadianAustraIian Royal Mail
Steamers of tho above line, running In connection wiu the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. B. C, nnd Sydney, N.S.V.,
and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Brisbane, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
From Vancouver anj Victoria, B. C. hrom Sydney and Brisbane,
(For Brisbane and Sydney.) (For Victoria and Vancouver, D. C.)
AORANGI JAN. 18 MOANA JAN. 15
MOANA FEB. 15
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
d all general Information, apply to nirope. For Freight and Passago an
Theo. H. Davlcw & Co., Ltd., Gen'l Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
8. 8. OREGONIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail 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 S. 8. HYADES, 3,0p0 tons, to sail Jan. 4 for Honolulu.
Freight received at Company's wha,rf, 42nd Street, South Brooklyn, ut
all times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Aaent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
miit'h rtlffirtnt tnrn Thi nfntrnrn nn- in nn. nn . mimst inn in at
firm was he In that confidence that he ,,Pr lnmin uoul(1 hc oarrl,rt out t0 th, yincent. f. o. b -1 2s 9d; If two portl
refused to make his escape, even nt wt(,f nnl (Iorcon ,01llJ CXplatc ' 1 13a 9d; by Haliour, lluinne & Co.;
tho prayerful solicitation of his friends, nB crln)(, n ,U)1 gaow, 1 prior to arrival.
Eventually Gordon met death undet , rnp,Mn nordon alto had a chance to , Kalklandbank. British ship. 1781
peculiar circumstances upon tho gat- .-., , bv cilnbinc t,roci, . window ,onB im, .Portland) ;wneat theuco to
inwB escape 0) ciimmng inrougn a winaow ( Lnll(.u KinK,ium, uRVre. Antwerp or
I on to the roof of a low shed from Dunkirk, 1 18th 9u; by Korr. Olrtord
The story of his Imprisonment and which he could liavo easily descended & Co.; prior to arrival,
hani-'lng, ns related by these old ac- tn the ground. Ills mate, Warren, I Uala, British ship, 124G tons (at
qiiiilntiinceH down East, runs somewhat wh0 occupied the adjoining cell, often Portland)'; wncat thence to United
as follows: Captain Robert Gordon asked him to break out and run, but to Kingdom, Havre, Antwerp or Dunkirk;
back In the fifties wa , skipper 1. 1 the ,hl, Kuggestlon Gordon would turn , "'"""'..'L" A.rfr.ni rk.mt.ne. 1011
uarK Jim, nnu oure muiio 11 vuyngo m ,1,-af ears. . " Vn. , inllow) Tumi or il enco to
her to the wst coast of Africa after a The day before his execution Gor-1 canl '?'! '"y wTialbot
cargo of s'avis. Landing near thu don's wife visited him nt his cell. She Kcullwon'.i, American ship', 2141
moutii or tne unngo liver rapiain i.nr- i,ni tried In every way to save ncr lions (at Tiunmiij; wheat thenco to
don took aboard sumo 400 negroes or husband'n life since he hud been or- United Kingdom, Havre, Antwerp or
slaves and then sallid for the United tiered Into rlnso confinement nnd had U'inl.iik, .1 lfis; uy u. W. McNcar;
S,"t,H- vlb""1 Washington with a largo petl-! pr,r,"rtrJ ,Ti,iti.t. ui in -07n inn.
Tho Rio. as was then customary with Hon to the Piesldcnt containing thou-1 !fa ) ; ",,,-at thence to United
all American ships engaging In the sands of names of Inllucntlal people Kingdom. Havre. Antwerp or Dunkirk,
slave trude, carried two crews (Aroert- asking President Lincoln that Gordon, by ilalfour, Giithrlo & Co.; priot
can and Spanlsn cherwg In this case) be Imprisoned for life instead of linng-ilo arrival.
to bo used In cases of emergency. This nl. Hut she was not given even a hear- Mil'rfkoka, British ship, 2268 tons;
wan done to avoid punishment nt the Ing and return.! to New York dlsbeart- w,lcnt " United igngiloiii. Itnvro, An
hnnds of the Government In case of ened and disappointed. WMccar
capture on the high sens by nn Amerl- Captain Gordon was sentenced to bo j 0(.'ean0t irtish s.eamer, 3050 tons
can gunboat. If, for Instanco, the ship hanged on a certain day, between thoi (m Seattle); supplies thenco to Ma
should be taken with the Spanish crew houra of 12 and 1. Ills intuition tooklnlln; by United States Government.
I charge, vwhcI and cargo would only place at 11 o'clock. IVnthesllla. British ship, 1662 tons;
be on!l8Mted. but the crews would That morning Gordon had been 'wheat nnd barley to United Kingdom,
pot be punished by the laws. found lying upon the floor of his cell In '.'"""i Ant-werp or Dunkirk, 1 171
It had been the law that If a per- an unconscious state, arid It was soon W,Uirt II. Illn Aniurlcan schoon
son was caught bringing Hlavea Into dlhcovcri'd that he had been taking ( ,.,. jn tonHj lnuur fwm iimot Sound
tho country he should be punished with poleon. Where nnd how ho had pro-' tn'Nnumeu.'jlS 7s 6d; prior to arrival,
death, but the law was never enforced cured It remalna u mystery even to this j Halfordln, British steamer, 23Ct
Against nny except Captain Gordon day. A physician was summoned. 'tons (nl lacoma); w.icnt thenco tn
Notlco Is hereby given that the ani
mals described below have been im
pounded in to Government Pound ut
Maklkl, Kona, Island of Oahu, and
unlesB tho pound fcoB and damages
hva aun,m bbIIuAaH mill Kf. nltil ul
the date hereafter named according .0 JjJ,," "Ka" ""
Dec. 28. 1001-1 white mare, undo- 'ifl3:!3t tvitT.
A special meeting of tho stockhold
ers of tho KOIA1A HuGAR CO., LTD..
will be held at tho office of II. Hack
fdd & Co., Md., Honolulu, on Wednes
day, January 8th, 11)02, at 10 o'clock
a. m, for thu purpoaa o. amending tho
iiy.Lnws or tno uompany ana ror.uuca
Dec. 29. 19 1 1 bay horse, branded
T n ?1 nn ihn Irtft nlml tfir tvhltn
m,,i nn en.hmi niim nn ihn hnr-u I A spcclnl meeting of nio stockbold-
rlghl foro foot black, others white. ' the OAHU m-GAR CO., LTD..
Dee. 29. 19011 hay horse, branded " " hl,l nl the-nfflco o. II. Hack
H V on right .ilnd leg, whuo spots ''1' & (''-. Ltd.. Honolulu, on Friday,
on forehead to nostrils, left hind Jnnunry 31ht. 1902. at w o clock a. in,
foot black, others white. ,'or ,ho purposo of amending thu By
.. . I Laws of tl.e Company nnd for such
The nhnvr. .t raved animals will bo other business as may uo brought be-
Ono day the Rio wns enptured by nn stomach pumps nppllid, but tlm poison " vinceni. 1. 0., eim inmuom or
American guiiboat. and Captain flor- could not 1k extracted, It now i.nvlnis ' ,'on"!"'nlf , (10-x,-L",'llnK 1,"ripa,7 "''
don tried to prevail upon lib. Spanish thoroughly permeatiil IiIr system, j H("m' n,w lmxi Wi
alternate to take charge of the vessel Captain Gonlon's half llfelces body was ,nnK. himln-r from i.itdloei. to Cailau-
1 gallows nnd he
with his crew, but to the American carried to the
w uy W. 11. Grace At Co.
officers the Spaniard replied" "Me no executed at 11 o'eloik, a full hour oe
rnptitln of tlv's ship," It seoms that fore tin- appointed time.
Captain (Inrdun and the Spanish had It Is InterestliiK to know In connee-
had trouble during tho voyage. Hon with this event that Jnt before
The Itln wns enptured Ingither with his death Captain Gnnlon pioured a
bcr black cargo, nnd Captain Cordon, nromlte from his friend. Warren, that
h'n teiund main and his male George the latter would marry tils widow, and
W. Warren, of Halifax weie nft-pvnrd thin pledge Warren faithfully kept, hn
Iniprlconcl at tl.n Tombs In New York marrying .Mrs. Gordon a few months u10 fehslon w..t lin consumed In Mil
In all fifty-Tour months. Warnn and later. lng them.--Now York Commercial.
Tniiniu". American nng. 27 tons (at
Hlnkeley); lumber thenco lo Hon'-
lul 1 bv Ileutim, lloiines fc Co.
Wlllondene, llritlsb slenmer 2721!
loiib (nl San Diego); lie K'ock aud
supplies from Pugi t Sound to FIJI.
sold on Saturday, January 11, 1902,
If not called for before tho date men
tioned, K. KEKEHNK.
200. -3t Pound Master.
fore the inwtlnK
DIVIDEND NO. ICE.
THE GERMAN. &AVINGB'& LOAN
SOCIETY. 52lJ California BtreoL For
thu half year ending with December
In accordniico with Section 1 of 31st, 1901, a dhldend has been declar
Chapter XXVI of tho Liiwb of 1886: i'"d at the into of throo (8) per cent
All persons holding water privilege per annum on all deposits, free ot
or those paying water rates aro hereby taxes, pajablt. on and after Thurwlay.
notified that the water rates for tho January I. 1902.
terra ending June 30. 1902. will bo due OKOROK TOURNY,
and payable at thu ottlco of tho Hono- '.02-gw Secretary.
lulu Water Work on the 1st day oft
All such rates remaining unpaid for
fifteen Jays after thov aru due will bo
sublert to an additional 10 per cent.
All privileges upon which rates re
mnln unnnld Fehrunrv. 1902. Ithlrtv
days after becoming delinquent), arc! Thl' flrra of 1,ur,l' Baron, shlp'
liablo to suspension without further carpenters and builders, has this day
notice. I been dissolved oy mutual consent.
Rates are pavable at tho oftlco of the C. II. Purdy having bought tho entire
Wnter Works In the basement of Can-, btiblneM, will conduct tho samo at tht
Honolulu Water Works.
lit. 20. 1901
BOWERS MERCHANT PATROL.
N?lt.ht WRlrhmen furnluhert for hull. I.
The first week of Congress was do-1. ... ....,., ..... .!...,.
voted to Introducliis bills; tho rest of '""" .'..r" ,. .".'.. --""
iiiiiini;in miii uu 'i-n it, uiibiiil iiiii-
era In regard to watebmon.
old btand, aollclting tho good patron
age of the port. 'with tho usual guar
oniee of first-class work. All bills pay-
2024-161 able only to C. II Purdy.
C. H. PURDY.
Honolulu, IViceraher IS, 1901.
Fine .lot I'rititiuj: at the Iltil