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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T.. MONDAY, JAN. C, 1902,
I your bnctc wcnk ?
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pnlns in your back and shouldirs?
Are ou growing old too soon?
If you have these symptoms or any
other sign of breaking down of your
nerves and ltallty, you will find new
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tinually for hours every night. It re
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SOME LATE CURES. Vital Weakness Lost Manhood.
Sawyers, Mendocino Co, Cal.
Dr. M. O. McLaughlin Dear Sir: Before wearing your belt 1 had al
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send for my beautiful Illustrated book, telling about my method. I eend
it scaled, free, I have 50,000 cures.
If you havo tried a cheap belt which has burned you. given no cur
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Dr. JY1. H. ncLaughlin, lS!M::,5i:
NEW 111 FESTIVITIES
Ucrctnnlu St., neni cop. of Hmma
For a good
place to buv WALL
need any telescope to
see that we have the
in this city.
Wnlluku .Inn 4 Mr and Mrs W
.! Lowrlc Invited a number of their
friends to a dance at their home at
Sprcckelsvllle on New Year's eve. The
train was plaied at the disposal of the
Invited guests from Watltiku, Knhu
nil nnd rain The affair was very
largely attended and passed off very
On the same evening the folks of La
halna gave a danco nt the clubhouse
of the Pioneer .Mill Co. This was also
very largely participated In by citi
zens of L,ihalna Mr Barkhaiisen act
ed as master of icrcmonlcs nnd cham
pagne flowed freely In honor of his
"twcnty-flrst" birthday, nn announce
ment which the young ladles of the
old town took In very blushlngly, and
many of them no doubt will make
anxious Inquiries whether he has Just
attained his manhood. He It so or not
the happy thought caused much merri
ment and Innocent laughter which last
ed until the wte sma' hours of the
morning when tho guests departed for
their homes weary and tired vet mind
ful of the good time spent n't the cluh
Wnlluku Ian -I The housew arming
luau at Hnnolua on Now Year's day
was finite largely attended by the
frlmds nnd relatives of Manager nnd
Mrs. It C Searlcs. The dnv was fine
nnd clear so there was nothing to mar c Wllllnnill v . K,rrclm
Instruments Filed for Record January
A 1 Cooke J S Bailey A L.
First Am Savings & Trust Co I'a
lolo Land & Imp Co ... l'nrltul
Pnlolo Land A. Imp Co M. Maceda
Instruments Filed tor Record January
the pleasures of the day.
Mr and .Mrs Scarles threw their el -gant
new rcsldcnte open for the In
spection of the guests. The home
stands In the beautiful little valley of
Honolua facing towards l'ukoo. Molo
kal. It Is n large nnd commodious
building elegantly fitted up with mod
ern Improvements and ever) thing con
veniently arranged. Tho bath rooms.
etc . are located In the building nnd
nre supplied with wnter pipes. A big
tntml wna nre.tt.A rn ttin fnrnvrrinnil
above which mnjestlcally waved thelu'nr" Cool,c- Ud
IIII-IJIMU IIIM1 iiimuijuii CUBITUS, .ii i
clock lii the afternoon
J Wnlohinii U al. Ah Chtl
L. M Lonohiwu K. Campbell
Ah Clin Tung Sing 1'Iantlng co
J. do Ulna- C II. uo houza
K. Kioho -.Wlneklthi ...
T K. Lulakui nnd wife J Fltz
gernlel . M.
I Pearce- E S Kaana D.
E. N Pake Kamulilwahlne I).
hiimalilwnhini t al. E N. Pake. . .D,
J Kaatiliau M Smith M.
S N. Castle Est. Ltd. J. II.
Schnaek Ex D.
I'ulial C. II Mal.ee D.
,. W. Mai-
Ivntnnltn t til T Iv n nltlnmno . . II
the signal ij, Cnrkt-tt it nl W. O. Scott D.
IED 10 HIS DEATH
was given for the commencement of, .vug Itcn and wlfe-A. Zlmmermnnu
the luau and tho guests preceded by M.
the ladles seated themselves at the V O Scott I'list National Hank
'tables loaded with Hnwallan catnblcs "' Wnlluku ..... .... M.
' of various descriptions. ' - -uohl '-lu "'"'K "' ""
I A bevy of Hawaiian girls acted as ,, M nnj Cin Al.i-H.'c'roweil
walteis and they performed their ilu-l, ,n vl nn (,'ruwell
I ties to perfection, none of the guests' (jhas nnd E M AM II. Crowell
going nwny hungry for lack of ntten- A Knhiiklnn Chas Akl ....
tlon. Among those present were Mr NB Mon Sill Chung Sing .
nnd Mrs. W. L. Deioto. Mr. nnd Mrs Ms '" stil-ciuing wan long
W II Crozler, Mr. and Mrs. Oeo II
Dunn. Dr. nnd Mrs. Peters. Mr nnd
Mn fnflnlnn Mr. mill Mrs T II
death took place In Wnlluku on tho ,.y0ns, Ucv, Ur. Wey mouth. Col. John
nigni oi January l. Richardson nnd the Misses Richard,
Sio tolling Wul Co Co P
Wnlluku Ian 4 - Another accidental
Manuka, a sturdy Hawaiian, Mioiit 80II, Mr. nnd Mrs. Kalama, Mrs It '.lu" Book '?7 page
1". PS.rs "f "8 was f.llml den'1 ln ,h0 lloso. Mrs. Sam Kelllnol, Mrs Seatle t,.mber IS. 190l'
WnlltilI, otrnntn ,n VVMlnA.rt.v mnrn . -- .. ... . . .. .........
Recorded December 21, 1901.
Kaula Uplo to U. ... Peterson;
luortguge. pottlou Ap. 2, It. P. 14b 1.
Kills 2inii and 372S Walalua, Unhu,
IV . Dated De
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 RFNT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
HOMP, AND A GOOD
HOME TOO .
We have now on sate lots in the beautiful Puupueo Traet,
which contains the finest suburban property In Honolulu. This
traet eomrnandi 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 COMP'Y
Wnlluku Btream on Wednesday morn
lng. He was last seen In a neighbor
Ing house on the evening of Wednes
day, and he was supposed to lime left
that pluce at nbnut 7 o'clock. He wns
quite Intoxicated then, nnd l is be
lieved that whin lie attempted to cross
the Wnlluku stream he fell and was
drowned, he being too drunk to tako
care of himself.
of Knu, the Misses Yntes, Mrs 1
Wnlaholo, Miss Darker, Mr. and Mn
Moloney, Mr Keola and man others
SUNDAY SCHOOL RALLY
There was a Snn-
ilmi di tifSfit A vli Itil t Irtn nt lnlriln nlmt. I
A N Ilnvselden subpoenaed n coro- ,,',,. . v.,. .i i. v i.-.
tlAf'o li,.. t.l.t.l, d . n, thn VtFnMi.l, ' '"'" " ..vn
courthouse this morning, nnd brought
In the following verdict: Hint Manu
ka came to his death by drowning In
attempting to cross n bridge over tho
Wnlluku stream situated in Waltuku
Island of Maul, on the night of Jan. 1,
A N IIAYSKLDHN.
M. C. 110SS.
A. II NAONR,
J. V. KKim,
-M C TAL'STINO
SENATOR SEWELL DEAD
hoktiolunn nlded by Hcvs. I-. S lluiu-
I.. K. Peabod) to Hank of llnwnll, '
Limited, mortgage, portion Ap. 1. It. '
P 12.1i), Kill VI.V Mnkaho. Honolulu, I
Oahu, laniHi lluok Til, page VJ Hat
id December n, l'JUl.
Recorded December 23. 1901. i
I J M Vivas to llisliop ft Company, i
clc.'tl, portion Uiant Jl 7 y. Kalokohouii, i
I Honolulu. Uahu, $Juuu. Hook --'J,'
page II0J. Date Duivmber It!, l'JUl
Recorded December 24, 1901.
I J Klnio et al. to Walinanalo Sugar
Company; mortgage; It. P !i.U, Kill
too nnd J Knllno miticrlntended tlie "'" "" miibmuiu, ujm, .,
ico ami J. Kanno, siipennienueu im. Ucrcu1Pr
affair which passed off ver) sucims- - jy0j
'Vhe qiindiv uplinnla which took Dirt' Recorded December 27, 1901.
Tlie hiinday schools wnuii took p.itl M i)Chiy to Charles A. lion, pow
vcrc. Pala, Olowalu. Lahalnaliiiia. er of nUulllt.j , ui.cal powers, llook
Lnhalna and Kaannpall. The churru 2Jli naKIJ (lil ),ltl.j Dcicmber IS
wns crowded with visitors. On New Recorded December 28, 1901.
Year's cvo nnd also on New Yearn) Kuhen tl) it al to Kuhea (w)
nlcht ronreits were clven In th- deed: Intenst III 11 P. 811, interest
.linrMi tnr ll,n lnndl of ll,n Siin.l . In H. I ."! Kill 7517. Walohlnil
srbools After the Sunday school ex
creistson isew car s uay mi sai uoaii ,, aUj Muy 9 ,899
to enjoy a big luau Bpread on the, Wahlneaeu et ni : nnldavlt. In n
chiinlonrd grounds. i title to It P s 7S0 and huVi. Alea,
At the er.tranc
to the Famo'Ji
lao Vallev. an4
easy access to
volcano In ttw
for Tourist J tni
ISLAND OF MAUI.
A. T. HACnNKAMP, Mnnntjep.
' Kan, Intel est In Kill. 7U4U, Knpun,
South Komi, Hawaii, 11. llook ..'!
Lines of Travel.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
Camden, N J.. Die :'7 United
States Senator William j. hew (II died
at his home here al D 20 a m toda)
He siirToed Irom ulabutes lomplkat
ed with stomach ail. heart trouble.
Senator Sewill's Illness had extended Undo of the Trench consular agent nt
u.er . penou cm iwh ycuis. nui ma INtrtlaml nnd demanding n (luvern
Kwn Oahu llook 221. page 41.9.
i roict veniriHt v.pinim. bouschold fiirnl
Nantes. Dec 2S. The Pitit I'liore inn. ..! launn. lloiiolulii. Uahu SI.
has iiiililished a letter, signed b i IbIu xiook 221 pagu I7u Dated December
Trench laptutns, and dated Pciitkuul !; inul
Ore November 22. addressed to the a. V. Gear to J Minton; hill of
1 renin (.onsul Uencrnl nl Sail I ran gale,
Cisco complaining of the c limping vvaa,
method nt Portland asking the Coll page
Mil iu iilll'l 1 1 lie. iii'iiuiiiiiuiK im mil
household furniture, etc.. Pa
Honolulu. Oahu. SI llook 224
171 Dated December 26. I9UI.
FnOM SAN FRANCISCO.
SIERRA . .
SONOMA MAK. 5
VENTURA MAR. 2ti
ALAMEDA APRIL 6
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
SIERRA JAN. 21
ALAMEDA FEU. 6
SONOMA FED. 11
ALAMEDA FED 2G
VENTURA MAR. 4
ALAMEDA MAR. 19
SIhRRA MAR. 25
ALAMEDA APRIL 'J
la connection with the sailing or the above steamers, Uio agents are pro
tared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by auy rail
road from San Francisco to all poluts In the United States, and from Nuwr
Tork by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FUR1HER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AQENT8 OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go,
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Risen Kaisha
8teamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
condition was not considered serious
until about a yiar ngo. llir constant
attention to the duties devolving upon
blm In his otlltlal eapnilty resulted tn
1S9!) in a collapte All Whirls to uiillil
up his health tailed
William J. Sewell was bom In lie I
land lu lS"o, ami came to this country
at an early age, engaged In merinii
tile, pursuits, and at the cuitbienk in
the Civil Win was commissioned us
Captain In the Tlfth New Jersey Vol
unteers, served during the war and
was brevetted Ilrlgadier (leneial fur
distinguished services at Chancellois
Mile and Mnjor (leiierul lor gallant
servleis during the wur. wus wound
ed nt CliHiuellorHVllle nnd (icttVHhiirg
Artel tlio war he became connected
with tlio rnllio.iils In New Jelsev
hranihes of the Pennsylvania Itnllroiii
system He was eh'itud State Senatoi
fiom Camden coiiutv lii 182, reelect
ed In lSiu, and again .n lu. and wn
riesliteiit or the Senate In the years,
18711 1ST!) mill 1SMI "'hill. v,. n nw.tn I
ber of tin Legislature he was elected
to the United Status Senate. In 18SI
ln lk'i.1 ho was agalu eleited to the
Senate, micci-ullng John It Mil'her
son. a Demount, i.imt January, leu
the thlid time he was elected Senator
his term to begin cm March 4th of
Senator Sewell was In command ot
the National (luard of New Jersey,
wai, appointed Major Oeneral upon the
declaration of war against Spain but
at the unanimous lecpiest ot the Re
public nn members of tho Senate, did
not tnke the Held,
nient Inniilry Into the subjict It Is
expelled that the Ilrltlsh (lov emmem
may propose taking Joint action with
R80.000 top Ux:linnVc Kent.
New York. Dee 26. A now record
price for a seat on the New York
Stock Exchange was established today
by a sale nt (80.000 Last Saturday a
scat bold for S7'i,000. which was thfl
rc-cord up to that time II i: Mont
gomery hend of the firm of H. E.
Montgomery & Co of 47 llnuidwny, Ii
the purchaser This Is $10(10(1 more
than wns paid fur a seat a year ngo.
A number of Ilrltlsh and American
capitalists nre about to consrtict, nt a
cost of L 2,000 000 nn enormous build
ing In the Strand
i Ihe site of the proposed building
has n frontage to the Strand of 750
I fcit with even louger frontages to tho
adjoining new streets which nre being
opened It tins an area ot 125,000
I sipiare The architects plans show
that the entire building will be seven
story s lu height, but a portion will
I have three storys more the whole of
steel iiiiistructliin. with sandstone ex
I til lor
One of Its spi'ilal feijurrs will be n
COPTIC JAN. (1AEL1C JAN. 3
AMERICA MARU JAN. 11 HONGKONG MARU JAN. 11
PEKING JAN. 18 CHINA JAN. 20
GAELIC JAN. 28 DORIC JAN. 31
HONGKONG MARU FED. 6 NIPPON MARU FED. 8
CHINA FED. 14
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
H. HACKFIBLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of the above line, running ln connection wlu tho CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, D. C, and Sydney. N.S.iV.,
and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Brisbane, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
HISS NAPE-MRS. FIELD
From Vancouver anu Victoria, B, C. l-rom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Brisbane and Sydney.) (For Victoria and Vancouver, B 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 turope. For Freight and Passage nn
Thco. H. Davlea & Co.. Ltd.. Gen'lAgenta.
Walliiku, Jim 4 Miss Mnrgaret R,
Nape, one of the Wnlluku favorites
xunu mnrrloil tn V It Tli.lil fnrmprlv
of the Home Bakery. Honolulu, Tuei,-1 Liireer was typically American
day. December 31, by Rev E G Deck
with nt Muiinnolii Scminuiy Palliill,
Mnknwno Maul The ceieniouy was
perfouneil In the piesence of Immedi
ate lelntlvts of the parties. Hon II. P
Baldwin giving the bride away. 'I ho
newly ninrileil couple returned the
same afternoon to the bride's homo at
Jno valley Wnlluku, wheie they nro
now enjoying tin I r honeymoon Mrs.
Field in innseiiueme of her man (ago
has resigned In r position as nsslstant
teacher at the Walliiku government
school where she has proved heisolf n
very energetic ami idle-lent lent her her
forte being the miislrnl.department.
POS I MASTER VKTLLSEN.
Walliiku. Jan I Vetle A Vetlesen
has taken e barge of the Wallnku post
nfllee mid T II Lyons, the retiring
postmaster, is Initiating tl.e new- In
cumbent Into the duties ot ihe office. I
Olympla, Wash.. Dee 2(. Governor
John It. Rogeia died this evening at 8
uiloik after an Illness of six days.
This morning he began to sink, nnd
passed lutu u comatose state He Erew .
steadily wiaker throughout the day.
The collapse was a surprise to his phy
sician and family, us he rested better
last night than he bus since bis Illness
In n-aiii tin tfinL- ueiriin ft jiii r I ait Ml All .
fcji Mill IXJ iiiurt rviiim iiiiieiiPiiiuviit .. . ... ,
,i.r. i.,.. i. 'that there will he
IIIIO ,,,', 1 ill,, f ,,111 U.VIHItl 1MUVII..IUIN
liboiit !i ei'ilork.
Uoviruur Rogers was u reformer In
polities, but had an advntitnge over
most reformers In that he did not be
lieve In enacting or enforeiug laws
befoic n practical unanimity of public
ponloii dimuniled such change IK
was born In Ilrunswkk Me Seplciuht
I 4 IMS. nnd was cducatul In his uatlvs
town being me grejt giaiidon of a
I Captain John lingers, who coiiiimmdci
a Vanlvi'i- privateer In the Revolution
tiry war He lived lu half a dozen
Studs and tinned his unity hand to
three oi foul calling" besides tliuie
1 uf polltlis mid aulhoirliip . s n hoy
of II he went to Moulin to licioinri a
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coallnga Oil
Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, completely sur
rounded by as rich oil producing wells
as there are In tho State, ylildlng from
50 to 250 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at the Coal
lnga wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With twenty -flvo producing wells of
100 barrels each per day, you can
raako your own calculation as to
Tho oil Industry of California Is In
Its Infancy, yet many fortunes hare
been made by Judicious nnd lucky lu
vestments In oil stock. Many more
will be made, ln tho near future
The average advanco on original
Biles of oil stock In twenty leading
companies In California has been
from SI to S108 per share.
Oil lands have advanced from SI. 25
to SI. 000 and S2.000 per aero.
When the Pacific Union Oil Com
pnny has a number of producing wells
on Its property. Its stock will have
the same show far even a greater ad
vance, as some otl stock has advanced
from SI to SI. 500 per share.
Tho Pacific Union Oil Company n
no salaried ofllcere, and Is controlled
by well known gentlemen of Integrity,
who will see that tho money derived
from the salo of stock will bo Icgltl
matcly applied to tho development ot
For further Information, apply to J
spacious rotunda under a lofty domo , KISHEIl & CO., Stock and Don!
In the center of the building. Intended i Brokers, and Hawaiian agents for the
to form n general rendeivous The I salo of a limited amount of Pacific
basement will consist of extensive I Union Oil Company stock. Stangen
California Safe Deposit & Trust Co,
corner California and Montgomery
streets. For the six months ending
DecemhiT 31, 1901, dividends have
been deilaied on Deposits In tho Sav
ings Department of this Company as
follows On Term Deposits at the
rate or 3 C 10 pe r cent per nnnum, and
nn Ordinary Deposits, nt the rate ot
3 per lent per nnnum. free of taxes,
nnd payable on ami after Thursday,
Januiry 2. 1902 Dividends uncalled
for are added to thn principal and
hear tho samu rate of dividend as the,
principal from und after January 1,
1002. J DALXELI. DROWN,
2028 2w Manager.
wald building Merchant street.
The Bulletin. 76 cent pt rsonU.
Notice is hereby given that Intend
Ing passengers per Steamship MO
ANA, due to sail for Vancouver on
the 10th lust , nnd per Steamship
AOHANGI. due to salt for the Colo
nles on tho 18th Inst., must apply for
nassaKe by the former boat not later
than .Monday, the 0th Inst, nnd for
the lattel not later than Tliursiiay.
the 9th Inst C.vADIAN-AlISTHA-
I.IAN STEAMSHIP LINE.
THEO II. DAVIDS i CO LTD.
2ii36 tf Agents.
IN THE ClItCUIT COURT OP THE
First Circuit, Territory of Mnvvall.
Emily Alvcs vs Juno S. Alvcs. Sum
In tho absence of the President I
hereby give notice tnat the regular
semiannual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Cluh Stnbles. Limited, wilt
bo held on Tuesnay. the 7th day nf
January. 19I2, at 10-30 a m at the
Company's olllie. In Honolulu as pro
vided by Seitlon 1 of Article X of the
By Laws. C II DEI.I.lNA.
Vlee President Club Stables. Ltd.
Dated January 3d 19U2. 2035 3t
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
safety deposit vaults, n large restait
rant, engine's, boilers and machinery,
for furnishing heat and electric light,
nnd the power necessary for runntnn
thirty lifts The ground floor will
contain special accommodation for
banks and Insurance companies re
quiring large rooms and for shops. The j
upper floors wul he given up to offices.
It Is estimated that the actual floor
nnA ... ..II .1.1.. f.. lalllnn n..nn...
nun, r ,, , ., , ,u i,i- ,,,, ,mni ,, nun, a ,
I .. .. .1 ,,. M,- I
will amount to 900000 square feet, and mons. inn lerniory en Hawaii; io wnr(, wl ))() ( to ny ncrgon Kiv.
mnr ttuin nnn '" Blienu oi mu ii-ruiurjr en L, r,,rmnllnn whlrh wilt lead tn the
looms In the luilli ng.
The rents pay mile by the tennnts
will Include charges for heating and
electric lights cleaning, and telephone
service Every ofTlie, or suite of olfl
ces wilt contain n telephone nnd the
landlords will contract with the tele
phone company foi a sufficient number
of trunk lines to meet alt requirements,
One Hundred Dollars (S100.00) ri
me Higii aiieniT oi inn .erniory eu .,, lnforn.n,nn ,.i.eh w1ii ,.d , ,,.
Hawaii or his Deputy, tho sner IT or arreM ,, conlcon of tll0 partle,
he, Island of Oahu. or his Deputy ln who ,, roK,,lerc,j ma pouca
the Territory of Hawal oii are . ., ,,,.. Klnttll on or 'bou.
Uir'a"'1,!""""''.-!,0,? S,A'.. Saturday. December 21st.
Defendant 111 cami he shall tile writ
ten answer within twenty dnys after
service hereof, to bo and appear be
fore tho said Circuit Court at tho No
vember Term thereof, to be bolden at
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, on Monday,
thn 4th ilav of November next at 10
The lift service' will be In operation nil lo'iloik a m , to show cause why tho
night mid tile building will be nr-1 ilalm of Emily Alvi'S, I'lalntlft. should
usslble (hi) and night, throughout the
yeai It Is istlinnted that the annual
not he nwnriled to her pursuant to
the tenor of ber annexed l.lhel for DI-
Jin, l. n inilllllliril ll.,l lit.. Minium, : ; - , .,
niiilntiiimiie chniuiH will he llllwnrllP",' Aml '""'' "" ,hr" ,,10r0 ,nl.B
nmi," ' .i . .i .' ", Wilt with lull return or your proceed-
of USflnu ami Hint the lonstriietliin nKR thereon
will pioliably take two nnd n half
j ems Weekly Irish 'limes.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
8. 8. OREGONIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about Dec. 20.
8. 3. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, to sail about Jan. 20.
8. 8. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail during February,
From San Francisco 8. 8. HYADES, 3,000 tons, to tall Jan. 4 for Honolulu.
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South Brooklyn, at
all times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
The KliitjWIII Open Ptirllumcnt.
New Yolk Dee 2ii A cilbli'grnm to
the Sun fiom London says It lins
been definitely dee hied that the King
will open Pmllmiitnt lu person on
January It! With n view to providing
accommodations for the, members of
rleik ill a Tieuiont Miect drug stole
At 18 he wns in business al lackson,
Miss A few yeais Inter he settled In
Illinois where he was tirst a 3'bool
tine her and then a fanner '
Next ho migrated to Kansas, whcis
fiom tilling the soil he drifted Into
1'iirnieis' Alliance polities ami journal
Ism. He established and was editor
for three years of the Kansas Com
monei. now published at Whlilta Ha
moved tn the State of Washington In
1890 locating lu Piiyallup where ho
resided when elected (iowrnor Ho
I'oit TovwiHciul Wash Dec 27 -Ho
ports of buv oi of the Kteirm down thn
straits are being brought In by boats,
nnd confirm the flint iipoits of disas
ter In shipping, with the exception of
the ship llenj F Paikurd, which, ac-
eonllng to reports brought heie by tlm ' ;,' ,
sti'iiinei North Pacific Is nut ushom I j DAWSON KEI.I.ETT Jit
on Tilul Inland, hut after dragging Clerk
fiom hci niiiheiruge in Itoynl Roads Dated Honolulu Oahu, Nov 13 l'.Mit
she brought up Jiiht outside of Brute by I'M Brooks Esq attorney for libel
WITNESS Hon. A B Humphreys,
First Judge of the Circuit Court
of the First Circuit, nt Honolulu,
Oiihii this 11th .elny of Octo
(Slg) .1 A THOMPSON.
I ceitlfy the foregoing tn be a true
copy of tlie nrlklnnl Summons in suld
cause, arid that said Court ordered
publication of tho same and n contln
name of said cause until tho next
February. A. I), 1902, term of this
DIVIDEND NO. ICE.
THE C.F.RMAN SAVINGS K. LOAN
SOCIETY. 520 California street For
tho half year ending with December
31st. 1901, u dividend has been declar
ed at tho rate of three l.ll per cent
per nullum on nil deposits freo of
tnxes paynble on und niter Thursday.
Jnuuniy 2, H'O.'
2028 2w Secretary.
lrdge near the entrain e to Victoria
was the author of several pamphlets '
harbor While she Is In a dangerous
position, yet she Is not In imminent
danger iiiiIikh another storm shuuhl
diirlnc his residence In Washington "" "P-
raised platform Is he Ing erected In the (iovernor Ilogeis had thiee sons thai
House or Louis where the stiangerrf eldist of whom Is iin assistant profis I
galleiy will also be reserved fen num. sen of physics at Cornell. I
i.t- Dec 2 9 in .: 3-' Jan f.
the House of Commons und avoiding on sociological, and economical sub-
mi' scenes that occiuied on tho ou.i-, Jects, most of whlili were published
Hlnn of His Majesty s accession
The firm of Purely & Baron, shlp'u
larpinlers nnd builders, has this day
been dissolved ny mutual consent.
jC II Piirdy having bought the entire
business, win comma tnc same at tin
old stand soliciting the good patron
age of the port, with the usual guar
aetee of first class work All bills pay
able only to C. 11 Purely.
C II PUItDY.
Honolulu, December 1G, 1901
beis of the lower hoiihe
In n letter leielvcd hen bv tin last
mall It was stuted that the P.uknid
was blown aslmic
v, ,.Ay Wenlc Mon
MtytJ-Zr$&lr l.,J--rcc hie
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Doc tin- Did you follow my nilvlia
nnd count until you fell asleep''
Patient I t minted up to IS 000. '
Doc ten- And tin u did you fall
rlc Body llatui , ash in' I
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.- I'lUHCI'VLPClklC Cll.
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v man who Is out fur tlie rcn Us
sn t ueiesbiiilly a geololst
t hir tlivtii our Ift-t h.iM - mp' at lulrej
t ij luWK i 1 not nc.rv4ry 10 r 10 mrrJ by
rnt itiLritMinif nail U nl ni chilMalnt e'i
1hv ni4 br nirl till Ik vmir trr mv b brnk n
of t '4Iit,Ui 1 will N uirrlJ nm only
l r miili m re faU 4i4 rnmlortiMt vmuwt 1 walk
1 wiiiii 1 ui hi irf (pur 4ti font ynu will h
lb It HIlNk ANU A T Hi 4ll CUr lUkillr or llil
t ill jnJ nct ttit ahum 1I1U ur htU m or J n4 I
w ill n in
ii. w. 1:. Hoct.r,,
J 16 Arlington Building,
Hotel St. near Fort.
I CiiiiMilmtiiiu a office free
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night watchmen furnished for bull I-
Ings, business property and residences.
Builders will do well to consult Bow
ers In regard tn watchmen
WALTER JARRET i la aiithonreil
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