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EVENING HULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNESDAY JAN 8, 1902.
if j; Joyful News for Weak Men
"NOW, UNCLE, DIG!"
To Men Who Have Been
Robbed by Quacks. "
To Men who have Drugged ' '
To Men who have lost Faith i i
In Everything. o
To men who ore -weak and
debilitated, not only from
the effects of a drain upon ,,
the ltallty, but from execs- 0
Hive- l,IIKK"Kf ll"" 1111,111,
the most delicate organs of
llt- UUHJ ...... ,w.ew..v..
chemicals; to men whose"
faith In doctors and reme "
dies of oil kinds has been "
destroyed by the failure of n
ecry remedy that has been n
tried to all men who arc 0
Bltk of medicines which..
never cure, I say
Stop Dosing Yourself.
Nature calls for iew
o strength, and you will never bo cured until you supply that strength
(, hub is not lounu in drugs, on ot wnicn aro temporary stimulants The
reui sircugiii 01 me nerves anu itui urguiis is c'le'cericii. Hint is
what the body has lost, and what It must get back. My
no u.i Annul iue ci cr.TDir nnr ei
" supplies this. It is an absolutely positive cure for all forms of Ncr-
' vous Debility, Loss of Memory, Losses, Impotency, Varicocele. Weak
' Stomach, and all those physical and vital Weaknesses, Confusion ot '
o Ideas, KUny and allied complaints, Itheumatlsm. Sciatica, etc., etc. o
It has cured thousands every year nfter ocry other known r&nedy o
1 has failed. , ,
0 FKEE DOOK. I will send ou my beautifully Illustrated book 0
, . Willi 11(11 iiituiliiutiuu iiw. ),iiiv nun. uuil l ueiuy. , .
oDr. H.H. McLaughlin, 5S2 jSaSc-i.
Beretnnln St., near cop. of Dmma
For a Rood
place to buy WALL
PAPERS. You don't
need any telecope to
see that e have the
most up-to-the-hc '
in this city,
Lines of Travel.
Oceanic Steamship Company
ro VAv'rf fsrxmr II
ff,- rxut (L. .apsr
Chicago Itccord-IIcrnlJ i I)
Instruments Filed for Record January
1) Manuel 1' L Dortch I).
Honolulu Tobacco Co See Hop Co
.. . L.
Kul.ull II Holt . . Altt
1. K Kentwell Wong Clio II S L.
I' Joeph et nl Jos Unlhoffe 1).
Instruments Filed for Record January
M. Auld and liushinil M. Lucas i
... . AdlChgH
Kenvve-S llunda I
J Kerreltn W i. Itoblnson. .Tr I)
f V..,1nt. t U..H. ....
I . . iwil'-l .11 .. .. .. Olll'
ii a men i ii miiiiiici, ., i
Havwi Coml & Sug Co. ir. Aloha
Lodge No 3. K. uf 1 IJ
C'liong Joe l.cong Chew . II 8.
It V llodrlgues i ort Milt Ilene
fit Sotlet Mtg.
San Antonio en. Soe J. C Oil
clro . Itel
I' n I Mofhado .1 A. Mala D
'Ir Est 11 P lllshop Jno Caspar I.
Western . Haw. In co ! Ilorn
.Ins Armstrong A N Campbell
I . Mtg
W C Ac-lil W. It Castlo Jr 1)
K Caniplioll Ilnmnkua Mill Co L
I K Mntimmntn I Nose . . ..CM
,1'ulcilo Land . Imp Co L. Souza I) I
I Instruments Filed for Record January I
K Knlinlrnmi and hus. T Ilrandt L.
K Katknlnnhnole Sing Cluing Co I..!
KnllKolanl rt nl C W. Ilooth U.
l'nng Chung l.um Soong . 1).
llou Hoy Isane Noar . . D
Mrs M Lulu Knm Iloo . L
! Stgelkrn II T. Marsh .. Uul
K Wilson (1. SogeUen . Mtg
Nngntnnl N Ishlsakl .. Mtg.
Trask Joe Andradu . . Mtg. I
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
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
passes through the property. For any further information regard
ing prices, terms, etc., address
ISLAND REALTY COMP'Y
of Five Minutes
A group of traveling men were ills
c turning the assassination of President
MtKlnloy the other day when one ot
"Gentlemen not io digress from thn
subject but hao any ol oit ever tern
slilend the nlue ot live minutes?"
All answered In the negative.
"Well, 1 never considered It iiiku1(
until the other da), when a friend ut
in I n ci met with uu experience which
showed how precious live mlnutex can
lie under some tlriumsiniices it wuti'oii 1IIY
cm the dn) the ciead 1'ieslileiit wan though
"Very sorry, but tho current is on
all over tho country.
" Jumping Jupiter
"Heads of perspiration stood out on
his brow Visions of n gloom) lutun
with no lowng wife to cheer It lose
up lieloio him Thvro wns uu ciucstlon I icmher J I, l'.tn 1
Recorded December 26, 1901.
J. A. Aliicmg to Hawaiian Commer
cial & Sugar C'oinp.un . extension of
lease, Grant 21411, Mnknldn Kuolnii, '
MhuI. thlrt) )c.irs at $2.'u Hook 23J
page 5 Uated September 23 l&ul
Recorded December 27, 1901.
J. A I'naklkl and husband to Hn ,
neikiia Sugnr Company, lease, It 1' ,
'Id, Hiiliui portion (Irant 2li' l'npna
nul. Hamakiia. Hawaii, twelve )eaia,
a' (1I2U Hook 2.'8, page 410. Date J
IXceiiilier A. I "Jul. I
M. K. Mlkaleiul and liiiHbaud to I
K i: Herbert, mcirtgnge. It 1' 7S5
Kill 2053 It I' 1780, Kul 3I1. It V
ieyj, Kul 20S1, Alea, Hwa. Onhu $3.
umi Hook 227 pngc 4J2 D.Ued Uu I
i -tmti . ,i i- ,i r""fc''. .."o'.TiBn
!-?' liUZZ AHatHHl
isSr ssSUuW kslslisw snM
At the er.trancs
to the Famous
easy access to
volcano In thi
for Tourists an J
ol it the girl wns lost to lilm now Ik
vond n doubt, and the bo) lilt pretl)
blue lie started to wulk out of tin
unite when a thought iiashed thimiKli
Ids bialn tlmt gao him a new It am
Tlieie wns a possllilllt) In
that the Annapolis tinlii
SIUIlItA . .
The steamers ot this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM 8AN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA JAN. 11
VENTURA JAN. 22
ALAMEDA FEB. 1
BIERRA-'r -.-. FED. 12
ALAMEDA FED. 22
SONOMA MAR. S
ALAMEDA '. MAIM6
VKNTI7IIA . . MAIL 2K
ALAMEDA APRIL 6ALAMEDA APRIL
In connection with tbe sailing or tne acove steamers, rue agents are pre
pared to Issue, to intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
Tork by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. 6. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA MAR. 19
SIERRA JIAK. Z&
buried, when, as )nu lemember thu might be elulnveil by reason of tin
Htieet ears and the telegraph censed ' un trnlllt on the railroads Hint da)
to operate for five minutes ns n uiarK i nuil lie might still be utile to column
ot respect Tor tho mart)red chlc-r. nlcate with tho girl's fiitncr befoie it
M mend whobe home Is In Wash-!""" to" lat
Ington, was engaged to be mauled tn ' "u lnt l,1 llock '" ,llc nUo I'"11"
u oung lady In Cincinnati (I ve nuv I ed to 25 minutes to three. Hie tiiu
iv seen tho lady, but It goes without I out In tho street were clanging theli
a)i!ig Hint shu Is tlie BWeetest girl In ' gongs nnd slowly molng off dlck
the world and nil that sou of tiling Ullik click tho telegraph wnH ogalu
the) nil nie'J Ilei lather Is a iy at "k aaii tho nolsu nl the souniicm
narlleiilar old Bentlemnn nnd had not was the sweetest music ho had ec(
looked with favor on riv filemlH milt I heard
J A I'aaklkl mid husband to lloiio
l.aa Sugar Compaii) , mortgage, tlrant I
1)1'. Hiiluu llamakua. Hawaii, tout). '
Hook 2J7 page 4'll Dated Dereinbvi
Recorded Decemocr 28, 1901.
II (ionium nml wife to (1. L Siin
on. deed, lots '.', 10, 11, 12, V. II
MAUI HOTEL, 152S,buPKJ.
A. T. HAGHNKAMP. MnnnOer.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go,
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
AMERICA MARU JAN. 11
PEKINO JAN. 18
GAELIC JAN. 28
HONGKONG MARU FEU. 6
CHINA FEU. 14
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
HONGKONG MARU JAN. 11
CHINA JAN. 20
DORIC JAN. 31
NIPPON MARU FEB. S
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
H. HVCKF1ELO & CO, LTD. AGBNTS.
Canadians-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of the above line, running in connection wltu tbe CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. D. C. and Sydney, N.S.vV.,
ud calling at Victoria, D. C, Honolulu and Brisbane, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below stated, lz.:
From Vancouver anu Victoria, B. C.
(For Brisbane nnd Sydnay.)
AORANGI JAN. 18
MOANA FEB. 15
r-rom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, B. C )
MOANA JAN. 15
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
d all gcner&l Information, apply to -.uropo. For Freight and Passage an
Theo. H. Da view ft Co.. Ltd., GenM Aftcnta.
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.
6. 8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, to sail about Jan. 20.
8. 8. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail during February.
From, 8an Francisco 8. 8. HYADES, 3,000 tons, to sail Jan. 4 for Honolulu.
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South Brooklyn at
all timed. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd,
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
'fhe couplo hud been engigcil In seerut
tor three jeais iiuu u wns only u
month ago that the pnrentul consent
"The joiing lady and her fnthur
were Uniting friends near Annapolis,
and It wns while there that he wus
pi e ailed upon tu give In
"Of course, they wanted .o have thn
eercniuuv pel formed nt once before
the lather eoulil change his mind, mid
It was uirangcd tu tuko place in the
I'ltli ot September tlie du Mehime)
wan burled ' .
".My friend traels through thn
South fur u New tork house, whcino
busiest month is bjptemiiei. and lie
eoulil oul) get two c!u)s' leave Hu
llcd his elates so that ho would lie In
ilnltlmure, wheui the wediling was to
tnUi- plate, on the l'Jth and nil ar
ningc'ineiits for the nffalr were per
teetetl bj lettei
"Well I lie cluy of the wedding the
,;i ooni tu be cnnio up from Richmond
vvlcie lie was wonting, anil stopped
over In Wnslilugtou to attend to some,
Important business mntteis The bridu
to be nnd fathei In law- to be wele to
Ic-ave Annapolis fill Ilnltlmoie on the
So tinin, meet .ilm ut n hotel near
the station, whole the tcreiniiio would
be pel formed by u minister who would
ho in wultlng, the three would then
tako the 4 50 train foi Cinelnuatl,
"Thu business tooK moie time than
he 1 1 a.l antlelpated, nnd It wns 15 in In
lites after 2 befoie ho could luoaV.
nway and stait for thn train. Hu
would have to eateh the 2 35 tinin In
nrdei to be tu Bnltlinore on time to
meet liU brliliM-lect nnd hei father,
unci he did sume tnll hustling, I tell
At ;) inilimeH pist .- lie was on a
nolle' ear going tlocvn Pennsvlviinla
uM'ime nml allowing leu stops would
leach the 11 & O station at 1 2(1 an. I
linve live nilniites to spare before the
train piilhd out Confident or In Ins
on time he lit a. elgar iind wns soon
lost In contemplation of the gieat hap
plneea In moie lor ll I 111
'SiKldinlv the em stopped nml re
ninlned slill longer thtiii It was notes
i ai to take on n ptiKxengu lie look
ed up unci saw n Ktilng ol enis In Honl
" What h the mnttei .' lie nskcd thu
iiiudiiitoi, ecltidl, with his lit ait iu
" 'I lie ems nro stopped foi fhe mill
lites out ol lespeei icn the dead I'resi
dent' lepllcd the conductor
" tluat Sentf'
"lie looked at his wntth, It wus
hall i.ist two' 'l lie unin would kuvu
in live minutes and lie toulun t pos
sibl eutcli It novt nut wus he tu
do' Ac loss the stiti i wns a teliginnli
olllce Oulek as a uasn ..e tuiieelvecl
ihe Idea of telegraphing to his fliuue s
luthei befoie he lelt Annapolis in
tnrnilng him or Ills preditnmenl Of
ct-uic.e he realized that unl by gum
good fin lime could the niesungo lie tie
llwirtd In time, but It wns his only io
houite, nnd In was despemte In n
nionient he wus Inside the olllie, had
seiibhlecl n lew lines on one of thu
blanks nnd hiuuleu It nvui the eounter
to the operntor.
" (let this olY nt ome It b a mutter
ol I ili nnd ilenth"
"The opeiatoi i.nniled It hack to
hi in saving
"'Soil sll but Ihe lelegl.tpb ii
shut on im live inliiiiiis out ol inspect-
Hut thl t Is a mallei
Jlitii olf my message'' he blurt
ed out to tho operator, who alread
hail his linger on the key, piepariug
to send the despatch.
"Suddenly the sounder set up a so
rles of fin lous clicks.
"'Wult'' said the operator, qulekl,
i 'Annnpolls Is calling now!
lie saw tlie answer to the call and
threw In his switch, alter a slight
pauso the sounder started off again nl
t lively rate.
"The operator listened for n mo
ment, then glanced hurrledl) at the
copy ni friend had given him nnd ex
claimed with surprise.
'Why, It's for ou, sir"
"Ten me? Great want Is It
I'll 1 ' he gasped iliimloiiniled
' Father Suddenly ill cannot
lemo particulars Inter
'Those aio the wolds the optiator
called out as fast us the instrument
i licked them off
'My Mend Mood stock still fr-r n
moment hurill able to believe his
own euis Then he let out n whciou
that would have done eiedil to a Co
mane he Indian, and tossing u bill tu
the opeiatoi, danced out of the olllce
Tulk about walking on air -vvh, he
had Santos Diimont heat io death'
'After he had collected himself and
(nine elowu to until ngain he wiled
Ills swtethcait, asking ror full pnrtli
uiais concerning her riithtr's Illness
'Die auswei Informed lilm that thu old
gentleman had been nttacked with ver
tlM wlille waiting nl the station, cans
lug them to miss thu train, hut It had
oon passed off and he wus ns well at
'Well the wedding took place the
net dn. unci on can snfi 1 wager
ni Mend did not take any more
chances witli street cars or telegrams
Tlmt little: experience he had on the
I 'till wns one ho won't lorget cry
riion mid It taught lilm something nl
the value of time, which will mnke
him nppieelntn lully ever minute lc
the day horenftei ' ns..iiigton Htnr
ud to block 4n ivulmuM true t Ho
nohilii. Onhu, Vi Hook 223, page 2u:
Dated December 27, l'JUl.
luiliiwcniimokii mm wlfu it ul. to
Ho pol, lease, piece Inuu, Knhchuiia
Honolulu. Oaliu, twent live years nl
;. Hook 22S page 418. Dated Dn
( ember 27. 1UU1.
S Kupu tn Ah Wnl. lease, piece
land nnd portion building, l'ala. Ha
iiinkiininj. Maul, ten years nt ?CU l)at
ed Ma 2.V 1901.
I. Kuliiukc le and husbmid to 1'lri-t
Vatlnnal Il.mk. mortgage, portion It
i'. I2IU, Kul. I H 17. Klevcla. plere land,
Ow.i. Wnllukii, Muui, $1500 Hook 232.
juge 'J. Dited Oetemlier 27, 1901.
Recorded December 30, 1901.
II II. I'enliullow to Trustees O.tliu
College; mortgagej lot 3 block 17.
College) Hills tract, Honolulu, Oaliu,
31050. Hook 227. page I9l Dated Do
ember 2, 1'JUl.
Recorded December 31, 1901.
S A. Mac to 0 II Huddy, re
lease, piece land, Kitlilil, Honolulu,
Oaliu, (132 Hook 2J7 page 377 Ddl
il December 2b. 1901.
Mrs Anna to Ho aim. lease, II I'
U.Mli. Kul 772J, .Mmuunlkl. Kwa Oa
till, llfleeii years at $2(1. Honk 23J,
page 9 Dated Deeember 23, lb9
Ho Sun to Honolulu I'lnntntlon Com
pan, assignment ul lease. It I',
u.'iu, Kul 77JJ Mminnulltl, l'.wu, Oi
tin $1 Hook 231 puge 10. Dated
June 2J. 1901.
.Recorded January 2, 1902.
Uul of Wulknno to Wing Wo Tnl &
Compnii , lease, 2 20 1 no acres In
liul land of Kalaelo.i, Koolaupoko Oa
hu, ten ears at $10. Hook .'J3, page
10. Dated December IJ, 1901.
LOW RATES FOR SHIPS
Washington, Dec 27. A deprci
slim In the shipping Indiistr of Kant
Scotland lint been brought to the at
tention of tho State Department 1
Vnlted States Consul Fleming In a re
port dntcd November 29th .Steamship
lines from and to Kast Scotland ports,
the Consul sas, have dropped rules
to the lowest figures ever known
Stc.tnmhlps running between Hast
Scotland nnd New York, which wer
earning from $0000 to $10,000 on thn
U0Y8 ATllLliTIC C0N1II8I.
Ni w York, Dee 27 One of tlie niORt
1j I prominent schooloo athletes Hubert
S l'.ittersiiu of Dwlght Schoul has
snlltd for Cnglnnd on hoard l.a Savole
Ills mission Is tn arrange the details
of an International athletic meet be
tween the )oung Hrltons and tho
American bos It nns been persist
ent! rumored nmong the schoolboy
athletes most Interested that ltlehiinl
Cluker was (lefia)lng the expenses of
tlie meeting, because Ills ouug son,
Herbert Croker. has shown ability in
Tor some reason Patterson refused
to name the man who was behind him.
and would neither ulllrin nnr deny that
It was Richard Croker. Friends of
Mr Croker, however, cmpliatlenll de
ny the repot t Patterson will visit
Ilanovv, Hugb) lUon and Ston hurst
to arrange the games.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coalings Oil
Fields of California.
t'roven oil lands, completely sur
rounded by as rich oil producing wells
as there aro In tho State, ltldlng from
SO to 250 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at tho Coa.
Inga wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With twenty-live producing wells of
100 burrols each per day, you can
mnko your own calculation as to
Tho oil Industry of California Is Ir.
Its Infancy, yet many fortunes hare
been tnado by Judicious and lucky in
cbtmcntB In oil stock. Many more
will bo made in tho near futuro
Tho avcrngo advanco on original
sslcs of oil stock In twenty londlncj
companies in California 'has been
from $1 to $1P8 per shnro.
Oil lands have advanced from $1.26
to $1,000 and $2 000 par aero.
When tho Pacific Union Oil Com
pany has a number of producing wells
on its proporty, lt stock will have
tbe same show for even a gTeater ad
vnnce, ns soma oil stock has advanced
from $1 tu $1,500 per share.
Tho Pacific Union Oil Compnny tin
no salaried olllcerr, and Is controlled
by well known gentlemen of Integrity,
who will seo tnat tho money derUcd
from tho sale of stock will bo Icgitl
mutely applied to the development of
I its property.
For further Information, apply to J
II. FISIIUIl it CO.. Stock and Hon!
Cnllfornln Safe Deposit & Trust Co.
ccmer California and Montgomery
streets For tho six months ending
December .11 1901. dividends have
been declared on Deposits in the Sav
ings Department of this Company as
follows On Term Deposits, nt thn
rate of 3 C 10 per tent per annum, and
on Ordinary Deposits, at tlie rate of
3 per cent per minimi tree of taxes,
nnd pavaldo on nnd after Thursday.
I January 2 1902 Dividends uncalled
I for are added to tho principal and
.bear the same rato of dividend as tht
I principal from and after January I,
1 1902. J UALZKIX UHOWN.
1 202S-2W Manager.
Notice Is hereby given that Intend
ing passengers per Steamship MO
ANA. duo to snll for Vancouver on
the 13th Inst, and per Steamship
AOHANtll, due to sail for tho Colo
nies on tho lfcth lust, must npply for
pnssnge b the former bonl not later
than Monday, the Oth Inst . and for
the lattei not later thnn Thursday.
the 9th hist C. ADIAN-AUSTHA-
I.IAN STUAMSIHP l.lNl:
TIII'.O II DAVIDS & CO . LTD .
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
Mothers comfort. Fathers delight
Clod's dearest earthly gift to man
Whit a happy sight, tho healthy, io
b'lst lbiirous, lolllckiug always tho
sume haliy. What n sad sight, the
puny, Hue nnd pale, u-stless, crying
baby. Nine out uf ten times the chl d
Is troubled with worms It shows it
In convulsions, spisms, colic. And ten
times out of ten Klelnpoo Indian
W'oim Killer will ill he out tho
pi si.) llfc-e.itlng win ins It Is na
tuio's h nicely and us the healthy
child Is the natural child, It must
make tho sickly child hialthy. Thu
Indians living close to n.ituie, dis
covered tho remedy. For ccntuilcs
they used It to make their babies
nigged, powciful, ftnrltss What it
lins tlono for tho chl d of tho forest
It will do for tlie child of tho civiliz
ed cute. 'Hint Is what it has been
doing for )cius Vou can get it of
ou'r druggist for 25 cents Ho suro
mil get the genuine Tho chlld'3 life i
'is too precious to trifle with worth-,
less substitutes llobion Drug Co,
, agents for thu Klcknpoo Indian Itemn
loiinil trip In 1900, have hern toslu
during the autumn of 1901 from $0") , Jlr'ol(1,ra nd linwallan ngents for tho
to $1000 each round trip Tho vessels gaIo of a imt0li nmount of Pnclflc
running between the coast of Scotland union Oil Company Block. Stangen
mid the Continent have also been1 w , wald liijjldlng, Merchant street,
rlousl affected by the slump In cu-l 1932 fimo
goes and rates 1 lie Consul records t
number of Instances wherein good
ships are offered for sale at prliea
awti) below their original cost, with
Steamship owners lioweer Mr.
Fleming .ifl aie not altogether dis
couraged, nnd Intend to keep their
vessels In the water." nnd stand any
loss fiom low freights nnd light car
gC'H until there shall he n change foi
One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) rt
wnrd will be paid to nny person giv
ing Information which will lead to tbe
arrest and conviction of tho parties
who stole n registered mall poucu
from the steamer Mnnu on or about
Saturday, December 21st
C i. wiuiit.
202fi tf President.
dividend no. ice.
thi: oi:hman savings & loan
SOCIETY, 52G California Btrect. For
the half ear ending with December
31st, 1901 u dividend has been declar
ed at the rato of threo (3) per cent
per annum on all deposits, free of
taxes. punble on and after Thursday,
Jantmr) 2, 1902.
2028 2vv Secretary
She -Are on us good n Judge ol
horses, as )ou nre of wives? Thu
Widower Well I enn't sn I am Vb
only lost one fortune through horses.
ilcffrlcH Accepts ii Mutch
Denvor, Col, Dee 27 Jim Jeffries
will meet the wliniii in the Sharkey
Mnhci bout Iu this c it in either March
or April When Jeiirli-s wus here he
was asked by loial piniuoters If he
would consent tn sueli n match mid ho
stated that lie would A letter has
blnru hem reeelve'd In whlc Ii lie ex
piesved n strong deln tn meet lot
winner of the fight whlc h tnkes place
Hut iliateis buv in iik i. .In fiom Hi'
Kiigltsth mid 1 tnl i in imnkii" l'n
I'land furnish, , tin ami iiuiv nfi
't News and Opinions u
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ffi The Sun
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' Contains Both. j!
fjx DiHy. lJ mill - - $G a ytar Jjj
ft vi") LU -i"LU'J. i'I nun o joi ...
The firm of Punl .t Damn ship'
Knrnmiltird ntnl luill.leiri li!IH this llftV
u,....i.n ...... - . I'r .L
been ellssoiveil b miini.ii consent..- f ir
C. H. Purely having hoiight tlie entire
business, will conduit the same at nil
old stand, soliciting tlie good patron
ngo or the port with tin usual guar
antee of tlist i hiss woik All bills pay
ablwonl to C 11 Purely -
C 11 PUHDY.
Honolulu Dn ember 10, 1901. . t
DOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
SUi'&l'U'J Wcn,c Mun
lwfyvmnr Pierce's I lee
Vj "i ( ' yyjtrlc Iind Hotter
Wfla-7fl!sie(' tu '"Kr'tl.k.
in tl ajjt
1'ii.ifcn c;Lt:cTkic co.
M'-ksl St.. s H
Pi line llcniv linn nlienih hud two
duels on account ol his ileum sin In
Illicit ir lie has to be it nil tin
Dutch In Holland Iu older In hold nn
to lilH solt snap lie might as well glvi
I up nl ciiiin Ii Is u plain ense of u
M.ave drawn hi u one en New York
The Sunday Sun (
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l Ptltc V dCips By mill, I'I a)car)
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sr c r c '? en sr.
Night watchmen furnished for bull 1
Ings, business property Mid residence i.
Builders will do 'tell to consult Hew
ers In regard to watchmen.
It v ij kavf iiHm jwr U h nr jKijulrel
ttJtu'iii i i nut ntvijry io fe it ttuttl by
i irm (nu'omns niilt tunt n i tiHint dc
TliV rtuv " f ut - tt it U x iur tVe n ijr htj bruk n
of tlivif bi4 h4ttu n nHIK iff i 1 tvtrnty
ti muiti fPu'e t jv t jrJ nf til miwlltilk
hit iili It n hi rv m t m I y.-u Mill h
dltt to MUSk u a i n 4 I ut t Klrwts or mi'tl
t all an J o mt a! ai i nt or vr J m wot J nS I
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