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EVENINU BULLETIN. HONOLULU 11 T. TUESDAY, JAN 7, 1302.
MEN! DO YOU!
Do you want to be strong' Do you
want to foci the vim, the snap and Are
of manly lgor7 Do you want courage,
energy and ambition to support you In
jour cares and troubled
hae devoted my life to the devel
opment of manly and womanly lgor.
I ve made n great suc
cess. My methods are
approved bj the, great
est doctors and copied
I've proved that tier
trlcltj Is the basis of all
animal life and that
"weak men," dyspep
tics, rheumatics suffer
ers from lost energy
weak kidneys, pains In the
back, head, chest and shoul
dors from varicocele and Its
allied weaknesses, etc, are
weak In electricity My Elec
tric Belt restores this life In
a few weeks and cures every
Dr. McLaughlin's Electric
Describe jour case to me.
and If I say I can cure jou I
will euarantte to do so.
Drugs won't restoro jour strength. They only stimulate If
you havo to take a stimulant, take whisky. Taken In moderation,
It does less ..arm than the others.
"Every sign of pain and sickness has disappeared. I appre
ciate what your Belt has dono for me," writes J. Schwarz, Cole
rldgo, Trinity County, Cal.
I will gladly send you my book free on this subject. It has 82
pages of meat to people who want more 'fire." Sealed, free.
702 Mnrlcct St.,
Dr. M. H. McLaughlin, 2
Bcrctnnln St., near cor. of Km inn
For a good
place to buy WALL
PAPERS. You don't
need any telecope to
see that we have the
in this city.
Lines of Travel.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
VENTURA JAN. 22
ALAMEDA FEB. 1
BIERRA FEB. 12
ALAMEDA FEB. 22
SONOMA MAR. 6
VENTURA MAR. 20
ALAMEDA APRIL 5
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA JAN. 15
SIERRA JAN. 21
ALAMEDA FEB. 6
SONOMA FEB. 11
ALAMEDA FEB. 25
ALAMEDA MAR. 19
SILRRA MAR. 25
ALAMEDA APRIL 9
In connection with tne sailing or tne above steamers, wo agents are pro
fared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In tbo United States, and from Now
Tork by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER 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 Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates Below
T'S INCOME Tfl
It Is not dlfllcult to maKc me believe
anjthlng good of President uoosevelt,
and I want to believe wnat I read of
him In n rricnclly newspaper the othot
day That Is the statement that up to
bis becoming President his income
was onlj $50ni) a cur tils wile's slm
llai Income was also mentioned, which
seemed to me both Irrelevant and In
bad taste Trul, dear Icllow scilbcs,
we ought to drnvv the line somewhere,
and the Inner cage of the line ought
to be a man s uearthstone.
I want to believe that the President
lived on $100 a week all bis lire be
cause It Is creditable to him, and It
rotitd convey to us that our new Prcsl
dent Is one of the simplest and most
modest of the great men of our geucr
atlon But l have a private and most
excellent reason for believing that his
Income was larger And 1 have anutu
ci reason, besides, which Is that he
could not possibly have managed on
the sum stated
The President inherited a Quarter
of a million of money, which at 4 per
cent would return him 110.000 a year
income That would not be nearly
BtilTlclcnt for him to maintain the
tastes, the comforts and the position
in society to wnicli he was horn loi
our Picsldcnt was not horn to rude
or primitive conditions, but came Into
the world a member of a proud stock
In n great capital possessing m thoso
days especially an exclusive and clc
voted society From his major ty un
til now he has maintained his place in
mat clrclo with a town house much
of the time and a country hoiiBC, with
mo minor elegances, the books, the
companions and the amusements call
eel for by his training
I ar from there being a tinge of snob
blshncss about him or his circle the
facts nre such that there can bo no
right minded man In the country who
Is not thankful that so well bred and
highly polished a gentleman occupies
the chair ot the head of our national
table, especially now that It Is laden
with the rich fruits of boundless pros
perlty which flows from a nation
whose outstretched arms reach ou:
over half the surface of the globe
Whatever has been President Roose
velt'B Income, tho nature of his neccs
iiltles has made It very small, and, In
truth, he has been obliged to live as
thriftily and modestly ns If it were
true that ho enjoyed but the Incomo
of n well paid clerk What a man has
in this world Is not what it costs him
to llvo decently. What ho has Is what
li. his over and above his absoluto nc
cessltles A private man's means an
liko a business man s profits they
are "what Is left over." That is the
truo view or tho case, and lu that light
the President has ever been n poor
lu addition to his saiall Income from
his estate he bus enjoyed occasional
Bliort seasons under salaries for pub
lie service small salnilcs always Hut
this souico or his levciiue has been
less than what he has earned with his
pen Fortunately Tor all or us who
read good books, and fortunately for
his fame and lor his capaclt to enjoy
the making or books, he has been
obliged to turn Into literature almost
everything he has known and done IU
has written bis ranching experiences,
lib has Immortalized his experience as
a hunter, ho has cashed his knowledge
or his native city In the rorm or a his
tcry, be has turned his bourn or pleas
aut study Into new literature lu such
forms as his lire or Lromwcll, he has
oven made a book or his short and
arlrltcd experience ns a soldier Ilh
necessities and his literary girt Joined
hands In forcing him (o do this And
It Is well for us that this was tint case.
Thus far Theodore Roosevelt round
el out this much of an net he, itscftil
exemplary life Ho has given us the
benefit of his good birth and strlei
training whenever ho has held oftlrn
He has set our joung men of means a
needed example In choosing a public
career He has emphasized this In
exchanging tho civil for the military
service when war was afoot. He has
deno everything that was good and
fue nnd worthy but he has never
done tho Impossible He has not lived
on 15000 a year Julian Ralph In
Mall and Express,
SHE WAS TRIED YESTERDAY
SHOWING CLEAN PAIR HEELS
Prince Cupid Pleased With His New
Boat Which Had Initial
Instruments Filed for Record January
Hnlll-P Manuihl . . . .D
II I) Wlshard M Johnson et al D.
Recorded December 24, 1901.
II ll.iel.feld & Company Limited,
to llllo Railroad company Limited
partial release, portion Patent 4032,
Olna Puna, Hawaii, $1. Book 227
page IS J Dated August 11 19"!
llllo Railroad Company to I'lrst
American Savings & Trust Cumpniiy
of Hawaii Limited, trustee mortgage,
lands, fra mil Ibis, rolling stock build
lugs, etc , llllo and Puna, Hawaii,
fl.UOU.VUU. Book 23U, p.ige 1J0. Dated
Otlober 1 1901
llllo Itallruad Company to First
American Havings . 'trust Company
The Princess, Prince Cupid s new
bout, was out for her Initial spin In
Hawaiian waters yesterday aftcrnooa of Hawaii. Limited, agreement. In re
lu company with the Skip Like the
little Myrtle she Is a remarkably stiff
boat and handles extremely well
There was a splendid wind blowing
which, although gusty, was strong
nearly all the time and the new tiler
showed a clean pair of heels to tbe old
cruiser which It takes a gale to show
Up at her best Tho boats went around
the spar buoy and up tbe harbor twliu
the first time tho Skip was distanced
and the second time ns the wind grew
strong she, showed up a little bettei
w Ith the racer.
What the new boat will do In com
pany with tho Myrtle and Wlklvvlkl
and the new pontoon being built ty
the 1.5 le boys remains to be seen bit
those who saw her perform yesterday
seem to think that she will not havo
things all her own way. As she Is
payment ot taxes, $lu. Book 23d,
page 100 Dated December 19, 1901
1' l'reuch and husband to Trustees
Oahu College, mortgage, lot 1 block
0 College Hills tract. Honolulu, Oahu,
(600. Book 227, page 484 Dated Du
cember 19, 1901.
L Way to W C. Peacock, lease,
portion It P 1920, Kul O'e i, Honolulu,
Uabu, totty years at 150 per month
Book 233 paye 1 Dated December 9,
Recorded December 26, 1901.
M David and husband to Theo Ban
man, mortgage, piece land. Wnlmca,
Oahu, $400. Book 22". page 'S Dat
cd December 20, ljlll
K. Kablona to Ah Ping, lease, por
lion Ap 1. II P 1T48. Lanalun, Maul;
ten years at ?M Book 223, page I
Dated December 17, 1901.
Recorded December 27, 1901.
Hawaiian Safe Deposit & Invest
ment Company to J P. Mcndouca, re-
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. . j. t
We have now on sale lota In the beautiful Puupueo Tract,
which contains the finest suburban property In Honolulu. This
tract commands a magnificent view of mountains and ocean, hac
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
Oahu, $10,000 Book
Dated December 21,
227, page 4S9
A M. Brown to Mrs C. II Brown,
release, portions Kills. Ib00, 011b, 1MJ7
etc., Kurt street, 1 19 loo acres land
Wnlklkl, Honolulu. Oahu, $10 000
larger than the Myrtle nnd spreidi lease, lands leaseholds, etc. Walulua
more sail sho will In nil probability
have to give her time allowance When
the order was given for her It w.H
thought that the Myrtlo's length w.ti
twenty-two feet over all but this wai
wronc nnd so the new boat Is several
feet longer on the water line than tha,u.H iJi naB1' "
other bout sho wns supposed to hi! ,, J, ,, .. ..,...
like Otherwise the boats are slmtlir Mr"' C " llro" 'o s c Allen;
line uincrwiso tne uoats are simti.r mor Ci , lrj 100 nmB ,nml w ,.
and look a good deal alike. It HI , klkl Unl. Honolulu Oahu, J7U00. Book
take quite n time to get the new bei..tl227 page 490 Dated December 24,
tuned up to her best and as her owner 1901.
becomes more familiar with what sliai Sorenson L I.ylo to Estate B. P.
ran do he III benbletosall her botttr "'shop, lease, I 59 100 acres laud.
In stays she Is as ciulck as a Haul ' Kakoako. Ilonntulu. Oahu. flttceu
She works right up Into the wind and JfJ.'r lm?- l'S U3 "a'
running tree with her ccnterboard -ii. Recorded December 28. 1901.
she Is very speedy With the hlg'i J n Oamallclsun to llllo Mercan
wind blowing yesterday she proved lei tile Company Limited, mortgnge lots
be remarknlily stllT although she bad 1 nnd If. Kukuau 2d lot 7 map 3
but four man aboard Not once did slm Pi'iiahawai three leaseholds agree
have her rail under water As she en I mnl"IUl ,'hl' t"ck, bulldlngH etc ,
tors the water she cuts It and throws ' , , ,",
lipoidica wave In leaving her w.ik.i A. MacAulton and wife to T O
Is clean with hardly any dead wutfr Mitchell et nl deed, lot 22A 11 P
except a small curl right at the nid I least? No .1 Pemnhawnl llllo Ha
der I wall, $1000 Book 229, page 304. Dat
By the time or the next yacht club -d December 21 luoi.
run she will be In good trim to slio.vi , " "-1 re and wlfo to 1 M O M
what she nn .In nirulnst the snri.il ""lu" ,lce,,' P'ece land, Kokomo,
what she can do against , tho speed Uttn( ;,laL ,s; ook , ,,
boas Hie Myrtle and I-Ke. espc- 30ti Dated Dee embor 1C. 1901
At the entrant
to the Fase.c
ho Vallev. X
easy Keen it
volcano In CU
World. - -
ISLAND OF MAW.
A. T. HAfiBNKAMP. Mnnnger.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
AMERICA MAnU JAN. 11
PEKINO JAN. 18
GAELIC JAN. 28
HONGKONG MABU FEB. 6
CHINA FEB. 14
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
HONQKONO MARU JAN. 11
CHINA JAN. 20
DOniC JAN. 31
NIPPON MARU FEB. 8
dally the former, will go aHcr her fuf
all she Is worth ami give her a try out
which the Skip was not capable of do
Before she wns shipped here ttif
Princess started from scratch In a rare
In Auckland harbor. Tho result ns
told In the New Zealand papers was us
Yachts, one and a half rating; En
tries and hnndlcaps Princess, scratch;
Alma, 3 minutes 30 seconds, Itoc, 4
minutes, Klaterc, 8 minutes 50 sec
onds, Vnuora, 8 minutes 30 seconds;
Wishbone 10 minutes 10 seconds,
Clnrlie, 11 minutes. A line start ,n
eftceted, all getting nway pretty well
together Princess, the new yacht re
M (2 Mendoncn and wife In II Pin
hclro, deed, 0 8 100 nercs land Knu
pnkului Hamakiinloa, Maul, $1000
Book 229, page 307 Dated December
Kauwe (w) to Estate nl Kalllahl,
died, one half Interest in estate of
Meheula Bonk 229, page 308. Dated
February 21, 1SC5.
J. ilc Frcltus to C. Lennox; tuort
gage, one half Ap 1, II. P. 73S3 Kill
3487. one-halt Ap. 3, 11 P. 7383, Kul
3487. Wallukti. Maul; $200. Book 232
page 5. Dated December 7, 1901.
E. II Plepcr to M O. Mendonca:
partial release, five acres In hill laud
or Ulumnlii Maul, $280. Book 232
page ! Dated December 23, 1901,
Klni York to W. L Purke chattel
mortgnge, leasehold ot Ap 3, Qrnnl
10 IN IN A BOAT
cently built by Bailey & Lowe for , ;,;:ls WnlKlkl.wntna Honolulu Oahu;
imun .., iiuge 1. uuicii ueccm
Chus Kulelkau and wlfo to Klpaliulu
Sugar Company, deed. Interest In
(Inint 3i7. Klpaliulu, Maul, $375.
Hook 2J9 page 308 Dated December
Recorded January 2, 1902.
V Ward to W T Itowllns, release:
It P 40. Kul 201 Queen and Hlcli
arils streets Honolulu, Oahu; $1500.
Book 196 pngo 218 Dated October
T)..tii.i U'nt.inlnnMiil. ,,f I f ,.w1i,l, f .,.!.
...... v ... ...,....,.,. , ,)(,r
me 11 .in iiitt'r 11 ery mum umiiiiicc nail
been covered, followed by Klatcre, a
new yacht Just built by Logan Bros
nnd Alma All through the race was
I well fought out between the threo lend
I ing boats but the Princess wns nevir
' caught The finish was Princes. 4
I hours .' minutes and It! seconds, Kla
terc 4 hours 3 minutes and 30 see-1
Located In the Famous Coallnga
Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, completely tur
rounded by as rich oil producing wells
as there aro In tho State, yielding from
50 to 250 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at the Coal
Inga wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With twenty llvo producing wells of
100 barrels each per day, you can
make your own calculation as to
The oil Industry of California Is In
Its Infancy, yet many fortunes have
been mado by Judicious nnd lucky In
vestments In oil stock. Many more
will be mado in tho near future
Tbo averago advanco on original
sales ot oil stock In twenty leading
companies in California bag been
from $1 to $108 per share.
Oil lands have advanced from $1.25
to $1,000 and $2 000 per acre.
When tho Pacific Union Oil Com
pany has a number of producing wells
on Its property. Its stock will have
tbo samo show for even a greater ad
vance, as some oil stock has advanced
from $1 to $1,500 per share.
The Pacific Union Oil Company nt
California Safe Deposit S. Trmr Oc
corner California and Montgomery
streets. For tho six months retire
December 31, 1901, dividends xjve
been declared on Deposits in the stag
ings Department ot this Compur hi
follows On Term Deposits, . thn
rnto of 3 C-10 per cent per annum, und
on Ordinary Deposits, at the nuv at
3 per cent per annum. Ire of tmrr.
nnd payable on and after Tlinrttliy.
January 2. 190J. Dividends unriitrt
for nro added to tbo principal -onci
hear thu samo rate of dividend u ii
principal from and after Jnntiry X
1902 J DALZELL IIROWY,
2028 2w Mant.'T.
Notice Is hereby given that uuV!Bl
Ing passengers per Steamship MO
ANA, due to sail ror Vancouver m
the 15th Inst , and per Steunthlji
AOItANQI, duo to sail tor the Calc
ulus on the 18th Inst , must aprt l-xr
passage by the former boat net Islur
than Monday, tho Gth Inst., aid for
the latter not later thnn TlmrMUT.
. . . .. . 1
no saianeu omcere, nnu is coniroiieu 10 9(l st C...AUIAN-AUSTHA
oy wen Known gonwemen 01 imcKruy, i,,N STEAMSHIP LINE
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
H. HACKFIBLP & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Bteamers ot tho above line, running In connection wlu the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. B. C. and Sydney, N.8.W.,
and calling at Victoria, B. C Honolulu and Brisbane, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
From Vancouver anu Victoria, B. C.
(For Brisbane and Sydney.)
AORANOI JAN. 18
MOANA FEB. 15
hrom 8ydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, H. O.)
MOANA JAN. 15
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
d all general Information, apply to mrope. For Freight and Passage sn
Theo. H.DavleBftCo.. Ltd., Gcn'lAftente.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
OIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
HEW 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 aall about Jan. 20.
8. 8. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail during February.
From San Francisco 8. 8. HYADE8, 3,000 tons, to sail 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.
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
Two white men In a boat had a vciy I
exciting time yesterday nfternoon ncui ,
the reef on the Cvva side ot the chan-,
ncl and had It not been for the prompt
assistance rendercu by tne voting uoyn
In their launch the men would havo
probably lost their boat and mayli.
They Btarted out from near the Myi
tle boat house where the boat is,
usually moored to go fishing The boat
Is a large open one which has been
rigged with a stationary mast and
large sail At tbe time they sturted
there was a very heavy wind blowing
and It would have been very wise to
have reefed down before leaving as the
boat Is crank and could not carry the
amount of sail In the big wind, every
thing went well for a time although thu
sheet wm made fust nn 1 theie were I
bevernl narinvv escapes ti m spills on
the way nciiiss the hirboi V, leu thty
got Into the shallow w iti while time
vvus considerable of 1 4we I 11 stimuli
puff than iitual caught ill 'in ond over
they wen' They elut'g to inabiM' and
waved for assistance rho men In the
launch sav the prcdli intent the fiwiici
incn were In unci went to them Thev
first rescued all thcl' vilu.iblis and
gear unci biought It to a plai 0 of f jfetv
and then wont out again iirtei tho ovr1-
turned boat. 1 Ills was towed to the
starting place with Its two oeciiparts
clinging to It The boat mm billed out
and after changing their clothh ll.e
fishermen were nemo the worse luj
Hven freo tinders who are alio pa-
tilots, must npprovo Senator Pen
tose's hill to Impose 11 tariff on Imml
giauts Tbo only defect In It is that
the tax Is not niacin high enough Must
of tho undesirable coiners are able to
pay .l a htad The tnilff should lie
made so high as to keep out all un
thrifty communities fiotn shipping us
their paupers, to get rid of them
onds Alma I hours, G minutes nnd 28 1901
19 seconds, Vunora, 4 hours 9 minutes V Ward to W T Ilowllns; release,
and 52 seconds, Clarice. 4 hours, 13 R. P 4". Kul 201. Queen nnd Rlcb-
hours 14 minutes
Klateie Is first Alma second and Va
52 seconds, Wlshbonn nrds htiects. Honolulu, Oahu: J1200
utes On time allowance " -13- I"11-' 122 Dalcl 0cfo,"-'r 2S-
I V. Ward to W T Row.inB; releaso:
R P 40 Kul 201. Queen nnd Rich-
uiiih licre-eiH, iiuiiuiuiii, uunu; ,iuvu.
Book 180, page 185 Dated October
V Ward to W T Ilowllns; release;
R P 10, Kul 201. Queen and Rich
ards sheets. Honolulu. Oahu, (500.
Hook 22C, page 20G Dated October
ulMK WAK ANU
The New York Commercial of Dec.
22 says In sugar circles yesterday the
opinion pievnlled that the differences
existing between the Arbuckles ami
Ameilrun Sugar Refilling Co would
be adjusted Inside of a month. "The
market," talc! one rcfiuer, ' hat bci n
unusually dull, nnd In older to get fcs
much business iib possible refiner, have
FROST 8TOP8 6UGAK MI1.L8.
who will see tnnt tho money derived
from tho salo ot stock will bo lcgltl
matcly applied to tho development of
For further Information, apply to J.
II. F1SHF.R & CO.. Stock and BonJ
Brokers, and Hawaiian agents for tho
salo of a limited amount of Pacific
Union Oil Company stock. Stangen
wald building, Merchant street.
SHERIFF'S 8ALE NOTICE.
In pursuance of nn execution Issued
hy I.ylo A Dickey, Second District
Magistrate of Honolulu, Island of Oa
hu Territory of Hawaii, on the 24th
UAVins a co.. ltd.
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
One Hundred Dollars (J100OTJ -toward
will bo paid to any pcrsoc Bat
ing Information which will lead (. tbn
arrest and conviction of tbe tsttc
who stole a registered mall ynck
from tho steamer Klnait on or x&vur:
Saturday, December II sL
C. L. WIGHT
2020 tf PresUtnut.
V,.a nrle.-irm tlee. 22. The rnlct
wave which has prevailed In the South I lmX1'' m tll,s :G"1 llny of December. A
wave which lias prevailed in tne ho in ,, 1!)01 kyle( an ghnU oxpog(.
DIVIDEND NO. ICE.
THE GERMAN bAVINCS & L3AV
SOCIETY, 628 California strert- For
tho half year ending with Dwfr
tb.a 1liA1 ww .ll.trln.! l.Aa lttfn Li-irkfr.
day ol ; December A I) 11. In ro mat.. - rato , . th (3)
Company, Limited, a corporation, vs.
Choi- Man et al.. doing business under
linn name of Ylt Chong Company I
ner annum on all deposits, irw" u.
taxes, payablo on and after Tam-stiE.
January 2, 1902
I OEOROE TOUnX.
202S 2w Secrtfctiy-
came loan end today, having continued
exactly n week There were a dozen
persons frozen to death In Loulsl.u 1.
'I be negroes guve up nearly all out-
duoi work and the sugar houses v. em
been underselling one another Whllo compelled to suspend operations tor 11
foi ale at public miction, to tho high
est bidder, at J P Morgan's miction
room, on Queen street. In said Hono
lulu, at 12 o'clock noon of Hnturdav
the first day or February A I) 1902
nil the right, title and interest of (-'boil
II,. I,l,,.i,, lu l ,,,,a, H1..1 r. Imln ....-, ,.... i II.. .,... i I Mllll Ct ttl . lloltlg bllsllll Hfl lllllll T till1
,,,. ,u....-i..j 11 .,, .... .....,...... ..w...... n-h, iiuuuK winii is usually cue iiuni- ,, . -,.,- .,. ......... i
,., i.n-..,om. 1. i,n.i t,. .,,... ... ..' ... ... ' ....- fill" name ot Ml Chong Company In
DV",V " w" " " " "" ,' ,1l IUBU "' "'" r' l" lu,,L Ul,"li mid to the following described proper
j Kin lii itn tin 1111H1111 I tun 1 tnfWli lit .. 11. .. it... ... I tl .. 1.1 .... - '" "
soon lu tin meantime 1 am counm ill
that lMimony will be rttond "
Ibe National Si gal ltellu'ng Co 's
meeting the Arliiukle pi lies roij.itu.
and all The American Sm,ai lin
ing Co has made 110 change aliiiuugh
It is claimed, that it Is stottly uncl
ing the prices Mubllshed by rbuekl.
Al tbe u Ilc is of the N.iMennl rinar
Itcllcnlng Cj It was said .hat time Is
aliriiluti-ly no profit lu ..iic-11 at 1 .1
tu t mint!'! 111 'ilic 111 1 r s1.: ijitucn
so frozen that tho mills coma nottJ, unless tho Judgment amounting to
handle It. Ihiity-slx and 18 100 Dollars Interest,
I lie reports dlHer as to whether nnyirosts and my expenses aie previously
damage was done to the Bced cane, but
the weight ot evidence Is against In
Jui y The orange crop ot Louis! ma es
iaicd all damage
Dr Plercc'ii Elec
tric Body lliitu-ry
wav w'ihnue! Iivfi
ileal. c-iJ' .' II ck
let ro ' Adle.tt
I'll'KCIl V.I.PCTKIC CO.
ftl'-k!t St.. Si H
Lorcni) KucVnr Co Incorporntcel
.New urk. Dee 22 The San l.orcn
70 Sugar Co., Ltd , tiled papers of In
law and icllned Is practically wiped corporation In the Stato of New Jer
out bv the expenses lucurcd In man I-
foc Hiring and Jlctilbuiliic the pro'luet,
Tin rush of ferelxn pio linen to ex-
lieu t their iiiM Is held r-iionsllile for
'the ilpiissluij'"u' lnt A3" "' '" "if i
maikct In Ueiiiiiiy. Ami .. I'l.iu e
and other commies the iiic3lleia of this city.
1 111 tailing the bounty illowed on s.igsr
expous Is being iislt'itcd and piodu
1. if I'l'slilng to get the nenefitt. uf t)i
11 inn ni vvhle It laifc. me iuli .1?
il 1 ir sugar 10 , 01 1,
Sugar 1 diners call utiiiitlui to 1 lut
ed States Trtasuiy tJIItli -ihowinc; SIU to drive Satan clown the nearoat
that Imports of sugar durlin, 1901 will hole t'hliago News
exceed and preceding jein - shlpun nts
hy .'i0 uuonoo poundfl to piov 'im
stati incuts thai supplies id sut,.c f.11
exceed the dt liund.
fables ucclved from London m ( ).
div icporlcd a decline I lie 1 c of liom
I'.jd to Hid lu the pr.eo of I) ci -ui,ar
the lowest level evel let.lidrd lie that
Tho firm of Purely S. Baroa. thlp
carpenters and builders has UsJh dij
been dissolved by mutual conttfit.
C. 11 Puidy having bought the! .ratire
business, will conduct the samr S. the
..I.I . i.nl I tt I tl iv till! Mi .wiai mVsvn
Said property levied upun be " thi rt itthltaiT
l-. . .1... n.l- All VMlu ..
Qicceu Ul I11S1 Lilian iii . MMnf
able only to C II Purely.
c 11 punnx '
Honolulu December 1C, 190L
(ienerul mcrehnndlse consisting of
piovlslous furniture wearing apparel,
tob.iccei rrocke ry, etc
CIIAS F CHILI.INdW'ORTH
Deputy Sheriff Territory of Hawaii
Honolulu Oahu Dec 20 1101
2032 Dec 31 an 7 23 31
IN THE CIRCUIT COLRT OF Till.
scy yesterday with a capital stock of Second Circuit, 'lerrltory of Hawaii
J2.000.000. The company will operate " u "-" "' """ "'" " '"" ,"V"
M.-l... 4 - l.., I.nn.n .... i-l i ei' r.niwiu ui ..11 .mil,,, eviw
...u,,BU.U.c.....ru - ,a(l, )f Knnm0p M00kn ,U).,,
1 testate Before Judge Jnun W Kama
Marvin I, Brabb, Romcii, Mich
Phillips and Jcihu II. Phillips, Illlss- On reading and filing the pilltlun of
Mile. .Mich., and Alfred II Adanu or ; Ami (eh), brother of elecuisul nf Kn
ninlo .Molokal, nlleglng tint Mi Kama
ilehl of lvainnln nforesnlil 1II1 it lutes
low ileies vnur imrscin ilrnw surh ' ,nU' ut 8al11 Knmalo on .1,1 2i,th day
big mgiegatloni from society r l"f',l,l) ,901 llnK "r'"",rl '" ",ls
","? ni ii ', ? ,i .1 i ' , lerrltoiy necessnry to b. administered
V, . n ,.hJre,f " ? ,' ,?,,,"' 1 upon and praying thu I..... is of .t
$. '" ..'i'V. J"5.... J"":"' 'mi"trntl.m Issue to -.1.1 M..I ..I.)
'"' ' " ""." v" "" """", netlllnni r I In nriinil I hut I lillru
day th hill day nl I'e briuiry l'tuj at
to oelocK a 111 be and In n bv Is 11 p
pointed for bcnilnu miui I'liltliui in
tin Cmiu l Itonm ol this c'ouil at Wat
iiiku Maul 111 wlni h tlim mid place
all pir.iuiH coin 1 nnd may iippem nnd
Hlii.w 1 IU1-1 II am Ilic) have why
cud I'ciillon sliuiilit not be grmitid
1S1 1)1 ll tin Conn
iSlgniil) I 8 N K KEOI.v,
Ila'id Wallul 11 Maul Dec I'l 19 I
2 12 Dec '.1 Jill! 7, Tl 21
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATBTOL.
Night watchmen furnished for t-tftt
tngs, business property and recMrfnooL,
Builders will do "veil to consult
nrs In regard to watchmen.
I CORNS ?
If nci h.v. ttwm, our Itfl h.vf . rf Vj -cs
t.4 h.Ml. II ik nit tiffrtuey o S. tmi,tfj It
coin. InKeoviIni; n.llt lain ma thilNiv t
Tti.V m.y h. cut. I-that If your (mi stay IW aui.A
ol th.lt S.J h.tlt. oil Hill S. trt'0 " "Hi
now mucli mm. f.tily .ni vumloetaM. 1 ocmi I aU,
tul llh In mCKlt ., it. Mitir anjtir y u wliw,
H. tiiltusk vucT malycKirt iliw urU
Call and M. in. .SouMlim ot fr J mjstJTlb
mill vail on y u
Dlt. V. I!. UOCiLll,
IS Arlington Dulldlng,
Hotel St. ncir Fan.
rnnsuluitlon n entire free
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