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EVENtNQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, It. T SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1902.
and every other kind from any cause
and Including neuralgia, In 20 min
utes. Don't fool with a headache
It wastes tlmo and nerve strength
Buy a box and be prepared.
Contain no harmful substances of
any kind. They are positively help
fuf to nerves and system. Sold
by all druggists at 10c. and 25c. a box
(four times as many In the 25c. box,)
The genuine put up
In tablet form only.
Avoid powders put tip In
cachets (made ol paste)
because such covers
warp open, spoiling the
powder and when damp
are wormy. Cessler's
Magic Headache Wafers
are guaranteed to cure
absolutely In 20 minutes.
or return parny
box to druggist
and he will re
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TRIBUTE 10 (01. Mi
At n special meeting of the Hoard ol
Head Managers of tlio Pacific Juris
diction of the Woodmen of the World
held at Denver, Colo, last month the
following action was taken by that
body regarding the death and memory
of John C llalrd, late U S. District
Attorney In this Territory and an hon
ored member of tlio fraternal order:
exalted, and his work efficient. That
which his Judgment approved, and bit
conscience, commended, ns right and
Just he fallh.tilly and courageously up
held. Ills clewillon to his wife and family
adorn the best traditions of American
Christian home life. Ihe death of till
wife some years since left lillu n lonel
man, the loss of her companloshlp
took tiom him much of his Interest Ic
tho n flair of this wor.d. Loving and
longing for her he died, Such love and
knightly faithfulness In a man. nhose
abilities and energies afforded him
such large opportunities for the ills
Lines of Travel.
"Having learned with deep regret o tlnctlons mid honors of this life and
the death of fast Head Manager John caused him to rcilgn them nil, Is
C llalrd It was ordered that the por- priceless memory To their Immortal
trait of our late Neighbor, which hangs teunlon bojond the skies, all hall. He-
In tho Head Managers' room, be drap- side tho grave of such a man, hope
ed for a period of thirty ifiiys, and that plumes her pinions nnd faith sings
Head Manager Haw ley. Head Consul her loudest exultation.
Fnlkcnburg and Head Clerk Roak ba
constituted n committee to draft suit
able resolutions. It was further or
dered that a suitable flornl design be
ordered as n tribute of respect from
the Head Camp.
The value and worth of a man li
measured by tlio capacity ho posscssei
to Inctease the well-being of his fel
lows Among tlio great achievements
of tho world It stilt remains that a
man, In tho fullest sense of that goodly
word, Is greatest of all. No sacrlllce,
however mighty has been considered
too great to securo his development
The track of human progress Is deeply
strewn with Borrowful wreckage, but
amid Its rulnB tho noble characters of
the past still Bhlne In undiminished
splendors. They nro the richest legnej
of the past to the present and future
In the death of Neighbor John C
fialrd another great life has gone down
"Transplanted human worth will
bloom to profit otherwise."
Ho was an orator of rare presence;
i neighbor of mature nnd ripe frnter-
ml experience, a friend In whose pres-
ncc tlio heart grew warm.
With rcercnco and tears we realize
hat he has gone out of tho physical
Instruments Filed for Record January
Est D. Katila T May .. D
J. A. Magoon D ivaiilaweolani Itcl
V Wundenberg c ni. . fort i:n.
K. Strauch M. It Aholo Purl)
Jas Love A. L. Roo . I).
Moeala I. Kalelmaniahil I)
I'alkckt' Lehua D
Instruments Filed for Record January
C. Q. Yee Hop Lnun Koon Lock IIS
L. I,. McUatidlcss Airs. M Ka
Nnkno lllralshl US
Recorded December 23, 1901.
8an Antonio Portugueses llcncflt So
clety to J. do Abreil Jr., ot ul., deed,
portion 11. P. HMi, - unahuu. Hono
lulu, Oaliu, flufu Hook -- llil8
M'J Dated December n, l'Jul.
Clear. Lansing At Company to It. V
Rodrlgues: deed, portion Grant Sluu,
Kulankahua Honolulu. Oaliu. $760.
Hook 229, page u 1. Dated December
Recorded December 26, 1901,
Pacific Sugar Mill to S K. Kulknlil
mi, i u.ir m.Ip.iki.. it i' 7:!i,r. Km.
rescnro of our lives; but In memory 12,Mi Pimupnlia. hnmakna, Hawaii;
md Influence, his strong nnd purpose. jr,u. iuck I7!t, page ltJ Dated IK"
'ill life will continue as one of the most eeinber 23, I90l.
valuable heritages of our wide fratcr- J A. Mngoon to NnUea, release;
nlty. In his death wo hnvo lost an pb-'" '"''. 13- lmi1"'!, -00; u)?b
,nnr,i .i .u.iin.i.t,..i ,mw 22. page IOj. Dated December 3'),
You have paid tor 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.
and wo will hold tils memory In sarrrd
WILLIS C. HAWLHY,
I". A. PALKHNIIURO.
I I. 1IOAK
The foregoing was unanimously
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port aa bereundor:
?ROM SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA JAN. 11
VENTURA JAN. 22
ALAMEDA FEB. 1
SIERRA FED. 12
ALAMEDA .FER. 22
BONOMA MAR. 6
VENTURA MAR. 20
ALAMEDA APRIL 5
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
SIERRA JAN. 21
ALAMEDA FEU. 5
SONOMA FEB. 11
ALAMEDA FEU. 26
VENTURA MAR. 4
ALAMEDA MAR. 19
SIERRA MAR. 25
ALAMEDA APRIL 'J
In connection with the sailing or tno auovo steamers, tno agents nro pre
pared to Issuo, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all poluts In tbo United States, and from New
York by any steamship lino to nil European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
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 8AN FRANCI8CO.
sinking nmld tho prophetic splendors adopted by rising vote, and Jirnperl (
of an eternal dawn nnd the fair radl- engrossed copies were ordered sent to,
ancc of his sunny fraternity has be- the two sons, ono in the employ of the
come a cherished memory. I Customs House In Honolulu nnd the'
He was an honor to Woodcraft, other at work In Colorado National
which has taken as Its field of service Hank of Denver.
to mankind tho building and protec-
tlon of home, and the care and cherish-1 .,.,.,, hUVV vhA Mci,LUUI.-8. ,
Ing of mothers, widows and orphans.
Ho entered the Order on April 10, 1893, A B,,icnj,i now Year's number is
and gave to its work tho maturo ete- tue January McClures. iiinMtrg good,
I'. S. Ionian and wire to W. Mo
Cluskoy; deed; portion It P. "H t
Kill. 5110. School street. Illlo. tluwnll.
$9W). Hook 231, page 111) Dated May
Recorded December 27, 1901.
K L. Vlda to Hals. cad & Company,
deed: lots 1 aim 2 ..u.tmikl trod, Ho
noliilu. Oaliu, ! . llopk 231 page
111. Dated December 20, 19U
UAhLIC AM) comic.
Both tho Coptic from the Coast and
Ouellc from the Orient arrived yesler
d.iy afternoon within it couple of hours
of each other. The Gaelic, which was
the tlrst to get into the harbor, arriv
ed on time although there was an Idea
that she would be u day late. Her trip
fiom the Orient was very rough for the
llrst few das and some damago was
THE AMOUNT PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
HOME TOO. u ..-
We have now on sale lots In the beautiful Puupueo Tract,
which contains the finest suburban property In Honolulu. Thit
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 COIYIP'Y
204 JUDD BUII-DINd.
liberations of a scholarly mind nnd tin riliu a. mu start, tno promises ol the
earnest support oi an uprigni me. '"".'" X" oust' oiho nor nnd J " onc of hw uoaU bc""5 badl5
was elerted ns Head Manager at Port-.s.ory Is given the post ot honor, mu
Army jock, uy v.. J. curuc- mm
(..iijuiico) i nomas, gopB straight tu
the spin by virtue oi Its suidlerlv
frankness and sinrer.ty. jack Is
.tu oit wnlto bulldog, 'sergeant majui
of Troop A." and the vetcrati of tho
.(ion. no was ureit and lived and
oiiKht nnd died with the nrmy, and
land, Oregon, In August, 1894; reelect
ed at Hi lenn. Montana. In August, 1898,
and aga'n at San Francisco, In 189S
He served one term i n Chairman of the
Hoard of Head Managers, Ho resigned
In July. 1900. to accept tho pos'tlon ol
Untied States District Attorney for the
smashed by n big sea coming nho.irn
aver the side. Sho had few passengers
hut much freight nnd sailed for a.tn
rrunel8io at a little after ! o clock tills
l The Coptic from San Francisco made
it good trip and experienced heitiitlfui
weather extept for a day and a hall
. . . . .. .. .. . n ., li hn la i.iit-lotl liv hla rnnirniles vvltti mar weather ext
.iisir.ci oi uawn,i. as was .....,. ...m ;--- --'.V"k. '" " ustniu,d , when It was very rough. She Hal
nt that time: ..,, tne 11, u by W. It. l.eigii. Along with mimy passengers for the Orient nnd
our distinguished services on be- ..Army Jaclt. g0C3 ,,, Demon In the three la) overs for this port. Her mall
half of humanity In connection with Cnllon.. n bear Btory by Henry W.il ,vas IarK0 oll0 ,, gl0 M the
the Woodmen of the World can novel ., pmiiipa, author oi tno "Red Head frcKllt for tie par agi tilt 8lio can
be forgoMen. Our laws and gencrnl ed C'upld, uproarious with miners ,
policy will ever bear the Impress ot slang nnd the "rough nouso" created, ol)8Crva,lcp f Ncw YciU..8 ,
jour mature thought and consecration by brother bear. .,.. m.mt .ntmnhle event n both
,, iho hft lni,.rftK nf tho orcanlza- A good many peoplo will, dotiblless. as n most enjovulilc event on uotn
to tne mst interests or trio orwniza- ...... ;, . . ,. .,., i,,,i. ...,,i n, i.u,,ii ,i ,i .nnii,!,.,.
tILM'll HUM UUIUUUI iU .11U LtlbV ,.,. ..v....-, u.t ,,u u.v.....,.a ... ......Hn
to the Pxmiiui
lao V.llrv. and
fsy access to
volcano in th
ISLAND OP .VHUI.
A. T. II ACHNK M'. MwniiCrr.
ACCIDENTS WILL HAPPEN
.KiHepninn iiodgo Daskam uame at i to mako the passengers feel that they
COPTIC JAN. 4 GAELIC JAN. 3
AMERICA MARU JAN. 11 HONGKONO MARU JAN. 11
PEKINO JAN. 18 CHINA JAN. 20
GAELIC JAN. 28 DORIC JAN. 31
HONGKONG MARU FEB. 6 NIPPON MARU FEB. 8
CHINA FEB. 14
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. S. S. CO.
fl. nftCIIDLU & CU, Ll II. AUB1N &.
CanadianAu$tpalian Royal Mail
Steamors of tbo above line, running In connection wlu tho CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. B. C, and Sydney, N.S.V
and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu nnd Brisbane, aro DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about tbo dates below stated, viz.:
From Vancouver anu Victoria, B. C. r l-rom Sydney and Brisbane,
(For Brisbane and Sydney.) (For Victoria and Vancouver, B. C.
AORANOI JAN. 18 MOANA JAN. IS
MOANA FEB. 15
.. . .. tmntHttiM 1'uuku ivimnum p mmmi ' in uihav
i o.iraBiui . ...oruuy. ....... u. ...., , 1o11 ,, tncy w not D0 lllsap. ; ucr(j n(Jt ,,, anything by not be
highest stundnrd and of largo legal ex- ,,oln wl -MtKnr, tho Cnolr Hoy Un- .,, n,iinre
nAH.AnAA ., n l.mitnhl t .. nflKHnlll ..... In ...n. .m tkn ....( ...irn. I "
a wealth of knowledge, which has been generated nnd Irresistible ot all Miss
of lasting and almost priceless bnietil Dasl.nm s veiling stamps, lie is ireen
to the Order, wh'lc personal association :'1- pug nosed, n great scrapper und
-.ni, .i. .. k, nrivii.,nn nhirh Iho possessor of an nngellc voice, li
with him has been a privilege which ' "... ,, .
., .( . . in I'lIP) VV MtiUljlllU ni4i linen lyooiiiiiM m
,ill have deeply appreciated. ,....... -.... do WUlI i0UIleglcr Ue
And as he said upon that occasion: (i,K ( VOrk on.
"Libnrlng most earnest'y nnd In- a very notable) paper, the first of n
tensely as we all have for the upbuild- scries, Is Mr. George Washburn Smal
Ing of u social fabric based upon thfi le's personal recollections of "i:ng
fundamental principles of the manv. llsh Statesmen and .tulets ' Mr Smnl
........ .. , i.i. . , lev was for manv years tho chlet
ment of n trust than which nothing oa Krp.u m,,n nU(i WOmen of his day. In
earth could cf more sacred. It was bul thin paper he writes ot Itosebery. Ar
natural and Just that there should have thur llalfour. Sir Henry Campbell Ban
arisen honest nnd manly differences o! normnn. II. It. Asquitn. and Sir Ed
opln'on us to tho best methods of ef- ward Grey, discussing not their poll
fectlng the end In view. Hut. happily. "" " llHr Prw,nil1 1'wlle and
in the crucible of debate and confer- 80f.!rah;,,Ce"-t Runners. Sl.-wnrt Ed
enco all differences were amalgamated wnr,, white's vigorous novelette ot
into a rolld union. Toduy tho Order tlc MicblKnn forests, Is continued In
ttands us one of the clilcfcst exponents thiH number.
of Fraternity und Protection In the "Tclcgnpli 'inlks nnd lalkers. by
world" L C. Hall, Is a fascinating revelation
Jlr wns a useful and valuable citizen. ?' '"'" ot the. mys'erles of tin. Mnrsn
IIAVH CUT HATIiS.
San rrnnclsto, Dec. 27. Tho big
steamer Ilyades. recently chartered
by the American-Hawaiian bteamshlp
Company, Is fitting out for her first
run 10 tho Islands, and will start hero
about Juuuury 3d.
A net rale of 3.00 a ton on freight
has been established by this company
trom San Francisco to tho Hawaiian
ports. This Is the rata offered by salt
ing vessels, and J 1.00 lower than that
b the legular passenger steameri
I rum this city. It Is believed that tho
older companies will mnko a tut on
Irclght In sailing vessels to meet the
competition, nnd thero may bo a tern
pornry reduction in rates by steamers
lliu new lino will probably bo extenu
ed to Illlo.
SK C.ir'S II ULI-R HURST.
Man wasn't mndo to suffer, but ac
cidents will happen, nnd to meet such
cases, Naturo designed tho roots,
herbs, gums nnd leaves for tho heal
ing of tho nation. Nature's way t-i
treat a cut, brutso or a hum. Is to
cleanse, draw and heal, and that's the
way Klckapoo Indian Salvo acts Just
as nature arts. It acts that way, be
cause It Is Nature's own remedy, com
pounded trom materials gathered In
Nature's tnfallble laboratory; unadul
terated, pure and simple. The samd
Ingredients found In Klckapoo Indian
Salvo vvcro In use for centuries beforo
In whom his fellows had confidence.
lii!(inco of .lots niidd ashes, by nn
..!.. I,lnn,n..l,iif f.linnu ,1,11 rhf ,1 1 1 Mflll
and was tuiMcd hv them with many of n,)t nnpC(i0va nf t)c r,,, unrpies
Important nnd hlish duties, anion tfonnlily it gnat "find for any maga
which may ne enuincrateu ma acmes zip
Through TlcketB Issued trom Honolulu to Canada, United States and
d all general Information, apply to curope. For Freight and Passage nn
as Judire Advticuto General nf Wyom
Ing, and ok n member of the Legisla
ture of Wyoming, and his appointment
ns United Ststrs Attorney for the Dls
Recognized politically And fraternal
1), he had deservedlv achieved n na-
Cynn Townsend ..radv wi'tp k
splendid account of David Crockett
p.! t lmrrnrt-.l deience of tbei Ala
mo; Cleveland Mono.l tells of his ex
plorations "In ami Around the Great
Pjrumlds"; Robert llarr recounts un
o'hei- ndventuro of i..s eap'lvitlng
"-m. Jvn's V. tif Scotland, and James
California Safe Deposit i Trust Co,
corner California and Montgomery
streets. For tho six months ending
December 31. 1901, dividends have
been declared on Deposits In tho Sav
ings Department of this Company aa
follows: On Term Deposits, nt tht
rato of 3 C-10 per cent per annum, and
on Ordinary Deposits, at the rato of
3 per cent per annum, ireo of taxoa.
nud pavablo on and alter Thursday,
January 2. 1902. Dividends uncalled
for nro added to tho principal and
bear tho same ratu of dividend as the,
principal from and utter January L
II... 17.l M. ,1Iimi1it,v1 If In thn I'lln 1902. J.
Face. Tliey beater1 nations nges ago, 02 "w Munl'KOr'
they net tho sam today. Ilobron
Drug Co.. agents fo 'ho Klckapoo In
San Pedro, Dec. 2G Iho linrkeutlnc
Skagit, Captain Itolilnsnu, was hoist
ing anchor in tho outer harbor with
a donkev engine tnls morning when
au explosion in tho flrcbuv i aimed
thn boiler to leap up twenty feel and
drop overboard. Engineer Robert
Hiiunon was sent crashing through a
wooden huL.nend liy l..e lorco ot tlio
explosion and reudcied unconscious,
but Is apparently not seriously Injured
except for sovcre imrtis rrom tho
earn Three other men standing
i.ear tho holler had narrow escapes.
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.
B. 8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, to aa I about Jan. 20.
8. 8. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail during February.
From San Francisco 8. 8. HYADES, 3,000 tons, to sail Jan. 4 for Honolulu.
Freight rccelvod at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South .Brooklyn, at
All times. For (urtber particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
tlonal reputation. His strength and llurues has u rattling story of the
Influence lay In the force and e'enrnesi Ror Wir. Two short poems. "Indl
ofhlsin'nd tho gcn'a'ltv und klndneM 'l.,"")lBrn " !'' wmhtm li Hn; no. nnd
of hi, spirit, the. cordiality ., ehar.tv , .' Kester.
of hi fraternity nnd the Ireadtli and '
genu'iifiiin of the i.r'r,nle4 povein- Po,tage on the Bu)Mn.g ,nal In
Ing h'h conduct Ills life was blame- dustrlal edition H three cents to all
less, his motiviri noble, his purpose parts of the States.
Mrs, Ed, A. Williams
1120 FORT STREET
SERVICE - -
OFFICE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Fine caskets, shrouds and robes
of every description.
First-class Embalmer from S. F.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
TEL. MAIN 179.
MEN, BE MANLY.
Do Nol let Physical Wiaknsss Mar Vonr Life.
Bulletin 75c. per month.
YOU NO MEN Men young In years, but nged In experience", aged
In vitality, wan fiatuied, diillfycd, slow minded joung men, young
men who hnvo in u few short enrs thrown avvny tho precious
vlgirnl outh, oimg men wlm have senrrcly stepped upon tho
dnn.tde ot manhood and fin I tint they huvo lust their right to
and upon it, young men war, look baeK a few years nnd seo
uemsedvLS un the vvero, hlu mi Ing In o manhood, and now, as they
me, nt the a.' uhen iii.tnlinid Hhoiild bo complete, the heart
the eve brlnlit. tnuy Hud Ih force of manhood gouo wasted.
,LD MCN Middle uri d iiien and u 1 nn n vUm n alke that they have not
In lulu of vltnlll) w til) li Hlioubl b tin trn men of an) ago who aro
H l.lng In animal vllulltv i nn be mu 1 new li Dr. Mel.aughlin's Hlcctrlc
lilt It will not mil. It t'liuuot fa I as It Infuses into the weakened
ait, the force of lift) anil strength .lie forte whltli Is the origin of all
.Hal pnvvi'r Kleetrle'ity.
DR. MCLAUGHLIN'S ELECTRIC DELT.
The grandest Inventlnu of the nje tor weak men; the surest and ens
lent euro tor ull nervous and eliroii ilhieui.es. Its woudertul nower Is
ellm ifd to tlio scat of the neivous s nun, through whlih Its vltallrlng
s rength penelrateh Into nil parts of ihe bods, e.trrjlng new life to every
luiutlnn whleh has been weakened ui fxe..ifM'H or illhslpatltin. restoring en
i mv to tlio brain anu power to th vllal organs. No weak man no sltk or delicate wninnn, will ever regret
nJ. ... .... .. ,,. t ....,.ii.. wi r.. it..i. .. t.i-i. ... n... .... .. . it... it ..in ........ -...-..
a lair trl.il Ol Hie llr. ,li liiiikiiiih '.imin lien, iiii-ii is iiiiLiui'B il'miii "i 111 jcit 111 j . 11 win tun- v.u.j vo-
nf Hhounu'lsm. NeiveniH Deuuiiy, vvi'iii, Hiom.icn, iiunev ami i.ivcr iriuiiieh, i.niiu' nacii, atiaiiiu, vanco
i ile, I.okh of I'ower In the Vital Oi talis, and all Weaknesses in Men un 1 Women
CON'T HE A WEAK MAN. YOU WERE INTENDED TO BE STRONG, AND YOU CAN BE.
You can be n stronger man th in jou ure. You should be stiong r You should huvo nioii' ennfldenee
In )ouiMclf. Hte'el yout mrves vvl li this electric e in rent. IVel Its vvniin ng glow us l)r Mel.aiiKiilIn k i:Uitrli
lie It saturites jour bodv with It. 1' has mado hundri'ds of vigorous men out of ns mini weak, ilespomli'iU tel
lows. It will nun von If you will ti It.
If uii havu Khe'iniiltHiii. I.auii' Duck, S latlea. l.iimb.iiio oi weakness III the neives or vital orKiins on
eiiglit to consult Dr. .Meljiushlln H will tidl ou wliti'liur hts licit will cure jou unci give 5011 udilie fn Call
und test the poweiful cuiieut tin . uoiidi'ifiil bolt Hives and see hov. ea lly It Is ritruHted Dim l In Ignor
nut of a ic'iiedv which liny eorrec" all your past mls'alces and iiBi.'iie v mi' fu'uie liupplimss Send for I)r
Mi Laiighlln s Hook, wlili li Is duvol ! li 'lie weakness of men; tells th i nuse ol i-nil ilecuv III wiling nnd
liiiddlumti cj lie ii It sliowb how 'A ihUI1, inperly npplU'd. will ri'Htoie this puwci mid gives the proof.
Send foi It tudu li is Ireo.
dr m. h. Mclaughlin, v'c....
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coatlnga OH
Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, completely sur
rounded by as rich oil producing well,
as thero are In tho male, yielding Iroo.
SO to ZD0 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at tbo Cou.
tngu wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With twenty-five producing wells o'
100 barrols each per day, you cat
mako your own calculation as it
Tho oil industry ot California is u
its Infancy, yet many fortunes bae
been mado by Judicious nnd lucky In
vestments In oil stock. Many tnorr
will bo mado In tbo near luiuro.
The averago advance on original
sales of oil stock In twenty lendlns
conumnles In California has boen
from 1 to $108 per sharo.
Oil lands have advanced from 1.2f
to $1,000 and (2,000 per acre.
When tho I'nclllc Union Oil Com
pany has a number of producing wetU
on Us proporty. Its stocU will have
tbo sanio show for even a grontor an
vance, ns somo oil stock has auvanccii
from 1 to (1.500 per sharo.
Tlio l'nclflc Union OH Company ni
no salaried otllccre, and Is controlleu
by well known gentlemen of Integrity
who will seo tnat tho money derived
from tho salo of stock will be legltl
mately applied to tho development ol
For furthor Information, apply to J
n. KiHiir.lt & CO.. Stock and HonJ
lJrokers, nnd Hnwnllan agents for the
salo of a limited amount of I'aciflr
Union Oil Company stock. Stangon
wald building, Merchant street.
BOWERS MERCHANT PATROL.
Night watchmen furnished for build
Ings. business property and residences
nulhlers will do well to cpnsult Hov
ers In regard to watchmen.
In tho absence of tho President I
hereby glvo notlco tnat tho regular
senil-nnniial meeting of tho stockhold
ers of tho Club Stables. Limited, will
be held nn Tuesciay. tho 7th day of
January. 1002, at 10:30 n. in. at tho
Company's olllee, in Honolulu, as pro
vided by Section 1 of Arllclo X of tho
lly-Laws C II. HHU.iNA.
Vlco President Club Stnbles. Ltd
Dated January 3d, 1U02. 2035 31
Intending cnbln and steorago pas
sengers from tho port ot nonoiuiu
aro hereby Informed that until further
notlco tho undersigned win not ooot
passengers on the utenmers for which
they nro agents unless said passengers
report nt their oinco nt least nine (9)
days previous to tho scheduled dato ot
sailing. Further Information may be
had upon application nt tho olllces of
II. HACKFKL-. & CO. l.TI),
WM. O. I II WIN & CO.,
T. II. DA.-8 et CO.
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
One Hundred Dollars (1100.00) re
ward will bo paid to any person giv
ing Information which will lead to tne
arrest and conviction of the parties
who stolo n registered mall pouch
from tho steamor lvinnu on or about
Saturday, December 21st.
C. U WIOHT.
2020 tf President.
DIVIDEND NO. ICE.
thi: or.itMAN h.wi.sos & loan
SOCIHTY. H2I. California slreoL 1-or
tho half ear ending with December
31st. 1901. a iilvldcml tins been declar
ed nt tho rate of threo l) per cent
per annum on nil deposits, freo of
tuxes, paablo on nnd after Thursday,
Jnnunrv 2. 1902
2028 2w He cretary
Tho llrm of Purely & itaron shlp'a
carpenters und builders, hus this day
been dissolved oy mutual consent.
C. II. Purd having bought tho entire
business, will conduct tlio samo at me
old sliiiid, soliciting the good patron
ngo of the port with the usual guar
anteo of llrst elusx worn au oiiib pay
able onlv to U 11 Purely.
C II. PU1UY.
Honolulu. Decer.ibur IC, 1901.
BY AUTHQRI TY
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tattuHt!. It I nnt rr,wn
inin. IngrttHlnft lull t.in m
lli.v mji N fur t Imi ' ...irl,
nf hrlr h.4 hMI V. -.III 1
In 1 1 nn. i t
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tio v n ucli m rfr.ily anj mini .tliH. inwi I vtlk.
bu ll!l lio mutli r vie." r uiMf.-y uwilll
a ,. in think ami c t n I ycur I -iinrc) J hue cl
' nn ant t mi aliout lilt or rj mt oid inJ 1
w II call nn y u
nit. w. it. not;;.!'.,
1S Arlington Building,
Hotel St. near Foit.
Consultation n. oflleo free.
In necordnnco with Section 1 ot
Chapter XXV! of tho Utws of 18S6:
All pei-sous holding wnter privileges
or those paying wnter rates are horeby
untitle il that tho vvntor rates for the
term ending June 3o, 1902 will bo due
nnd pnvnble at tho olllee m tliu Hono
lulu Water wuru on tni isi uuy or
.Inn Mil i l',io2.
All such rat's icmuliiing unpatil for
fifteen clas aftc i iln'v nre duo will be'
Milijeci tu nn addltlnnul to per cent.
All privilege iipm which rates ro
nialn unpHld Kebruary, 1902, (thirty
iluvs nfier becoming dellnciut'iit), are
llnblo lo suspc nslon without further
Hates arc, pavahlei at tho olllro of the
Wnter Works In tho basement ot Cap
Supt Ilnnoltilu Water Works.
Honolulu, Dee. 20, 1901. 20S4 lOt