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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, U. T., THURSDAY, JAN. 9, J02.
HM"H'i 1 1 1 I I
HAPPY OLD MEN
n read the book :t
My book tells how I cure.
I will send It FIIEE. Sealed.
I Dr. M. H. McLaughlin,
702 Market St., San Francisco, California.
l'tttif i in ii"Htm -
Bcrctantn 8t, near cop. of Dmmn
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
PROM BAN FltANCISCO.
ALAMEDA . , JAN. 11
.VENTURA.,.....,.., JAN. 22
ALAMEDA .....FED. 1
BIEIUtA FED. 12
ALAMEDA FED. 22
SONOMA MAR. 5
VENTURA MAR. 21!
ALAMEDA APRIL 6
In connection with the sailing or tho above steamers, me agents are pro
tared 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 lino to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. 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 JAPAN AND CHINA.
AMERICA MARU JAN. 11
PEKINO JAN. 18
GAELIC JAN. 28
HONGKONG MARU FED. 8
CHINA FEB. 14
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. S. CO.
H. HACKP1BLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Bteamers of the above line, running In connection wltu the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. D. C, and Sydney. N.S.JV.,
and calling at Victoria, D. 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.)
AORANGI JAN. 18
MOANA FED. 15
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
d all general information, apply to urope. For Freight and Passage an
Theo. H. Pavlew & Co., Ltd., GcnM A&ents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co!
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW Y0K AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
8. 8. ORECONIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about Dec. 20.
8. 8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, to sail about Jan. 20.
8. 8. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail during Februery.
From San Francisco S. S. 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.
AGENTS. HQNOLULU. '
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
Can youth lie restored? Tea, all but
the years. I wilt guarantee to restore
the very essence of youth to men who
havo aged before their tlmcj to men
whoso blood. Is cold; whose step Is
slow; who feel haggard, decrepit,
spiritless and full of aches and pains.
To such men Electricity Is the "Foun
tain of Youth," and as Infused Into
the body by Dr. McLaughlin's Electric
Rett It brings Joyful vigor.
A CURE OR NO PAY.
That's ray plan. It costs you noth
ing If I fall. Let me pour the life
giving, glowing warmth Into your body
while you sleep at night, and In a few
months you feel line n young two-year-old.
"I never felt better than since using
your belt. It has done wonders In my
case." nichard W. Miller, ButtonwII
low, Kern County, Cal.
For a good
place to buy WALL
need any telescope to
see that we have the
in this city.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA JAN. 15
SIERRA JAN. 21
ALAMEDA FED. 5
SONOMA FED. 11
ALAMEDA FED. 26
VENTURA MAR. 4
ALAMEDA MAR. 19
SIERRA MAR. 25
ALAMEDA APRIL 3
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
HONGKONG MARU JAN. 11
CHINA JAN. 20
DORIC JAN. 31
NIPPON MARU FEU. 8
f-rom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver. B. C.l
MOANA JAN. 15iPu 'o mnke that tho one Ibkup, but kept
pouring It In with his Mausers fioni
nil nnglPR and sideways, to ,.io dlscom.
I mmW,r ' W9
!? affR MwRiB.t R Jnfc'X' Xt'VNHfiyuR
t'htlo cvpjriglit, IMS, 1 liottnood. New Ycik.
With tin- defeat of Ttinimmiy Ilnll Mr. Richard Croker censes, for n time
at lenxt ami jieiliapH permanently, to be n factor In New York city politic!!
HI retirement to WiiutiiKe, his Eugllsh estate, deprives New York of a most
WAR TIMES UNPLEASANT
FOR MAN IN
It Is embarrassing to be In & minor-
it of one when the majority Is armed
and Intends action. Jlcrc arc somu In
stances In which this occurred In con
nection with the South African war.
Tlic Union Cattlo ..ner Amor steam-
cd out of Southampton bounu for
Capo Town nt a moment wncn news
of vital Import to many of her passen
gers was ticking out in confused Irag-
tnenis over me cauiu. was tno mini
Saturday of October, 1899, the day alt
cr the llrst shot was fired at Talana
Hill to open the wnr In South Africa
Neither tlio result nor tlio purposu ol
this first skirmish was clear to the
Generals or the staffs of the three di
visions of England's South African
field force who wero passengers on thi
Thero was one lloer on board. He
was n young burgher of tlio Oraiigu
Ficu State who had been ono term at
Cambridge University and on his way
to rejoin his family ut Illoemfontelu.
At Madera more details of tbo fight
lug were learned. Gen. Gatacrc, with
a pencil and a piece of paper, prepared
a diagram showing exactly what had
happened and what would happen.
None of Euclid's propositions could
have looked more unassailable by log
Ital refutation. From passes and riv
er beds and kopjes In Natal, arrow
heads converged on prospective battle-(K-lds;
other lines Indicated dlrectlonr
of invasion following on this Imme
diate expulsion of the Doers, and in
short order the diagram showed the
speedy victory of British arms. The
diagram was Impressed on the atten
tlon of the Doer.
"When wo get jour fellows onco on
the mn there's no saying when they'll
stop. Is there?" nsked tlio junior staff
of the young samplo of his enemy.
The Boer demurred and the Junior
stnff hastened with the personal reus
"You're all light yoursclt, you
Know. I hope we won't have to Blioot
you. But of course you'll admit that
)(ur lot will never stop and stand up
when they'w once had a kuuck from
The burgher was In no mood to ad
mlt. although the argument was ad
dressed to him a few times dally on
the strength ot the General's diagram.
Dut lie was "slim" unruffled, and ho
was a victorious diplomat In that when
ho stepped ashore hu had learned n
good ileal more than ho had ever at
tempted to teach.
Another man who found himself in
a minority of one was I-ord Mcthuon'ii
guide at the battle of Modder River.
Tor years ho had driven tbo mall
coacb around the country side between
that place and Klmbcrlcy, and because
of Ills familiarity with iho passes ani
byways lie was made- personal guide
to the Brltlsi. t.cncrnl. Ills parents
wete responsible for giving him Tor
first Christian name what is usually
a surname, an. that was tho source ol
a very unxlous day to Russell Harvey.
Ho had been attached to the staff
the day before the fight and one or
two local friends camo with him n
assistants. It wns n hfiid-foimht day
with the freiiuent occurrence of the
unexpected. From tho long sandy In
Cllno which stretched down to the
rler bed tho Junior staff frowned on
the piocecdlngB of Gen. Delarcy ncioss
ino inianiry nan ucen pushed up
niong me main road to tlio legiilnr, ro
.srortablo dilft. nnd yet tho liner refus
flture of tho attackers nnd cspcclall)
of the Junior staff.
To his employers tho guide was
'Ilurvey:" to his intimates he war
"Itussoll." In the hearing of the Ju
nlor stuff, who called him "Hnrvoy."
ho wns heaid to aecept tho namo of
"lliiBsell." That was enough
"Corporal, aritst this man!" shout
ed the Junior staff, smelling treason.
lie has aliases. Put n guar,, on hint
ou aro answerable for him. He U
'But, Blr protested the guide.
Not a word or It mny bo your llfo
Ivo got you.. I'll stop this." ,
The local expert struggled to nx-
plain that his front linme wns all
right, Hint his friends used It. that,
tney could clear up the nilsiinder '
standing: hut tho Junior staff wnn
convinced anil deaf.
"Silence' You are a pilsnnt-r und")
ft corporal's guard Your case will bn
Inquired into Inter."
And under this guaid. forbidden to
I UkFIt MV
Or Pierce' '"lee
'ric Had) llnttr-ey
ua w'tttlViipt! tnt?
II -le -.. J t..r 1) l,.
Ifl c .. .' M Un,
iMCi'cn s.1 i:criic c.
fU'-kal St.. b I'
speak a word or move a step on peril
ot his life, the General's personal
guide spent tlio remaining hours, while,
battalions straggled about under lire,
wondering where and how many wero
the crossings. .
The minority of one was liberated
Inter and severely reprimanded for
having friends wno knew his baptismal
The keeper of a little store at Koo
doesberg w-as faced some weeks latei
by tho same proposition of how ono
man unarmed Is to keep his end up
against aii army. Gen. Mncdonnld's
brigade had been sent out twenty-five
miles west from ljrd Methucn's camp
Into a rough pralrlo called arinuntand
West to occupy Koodocsberg Drift,
which commanded tho western roan
from Ilopeton to Klmberly.
The idea was to act as though mak
Ing a genuine attempt to relieve the
d'.Mnond capital from that side while
Gen. French made his rldo fiom the
cast. Two squadrons ot tancers wero
spread out as a screen of scouts In
front of Macdonnld's kilted troops as
they tramped out to Koodoesberg on
a blazing hot Sunday.
A few shots whittled among the Ian
cirs In the Inst two miles of their Jour
ney and then the drift was held with
out a fight. The storekeeper, one
Blankcnbcrg. stood nt his door consid
ering his probable fato when Macdon
aid came up to him.
"What do you mean by harboring
Boers to shoot at my men?" asked the
"I I," stammered the storekeeper.
'I loyal British subject. 1 see no Boeri
"Come! Como!" said Macdonald.
"No!" protested Blnnkenberg. "I see
no Boers. I loyal. Everybody knows
ne. I all right. Everybody know
"Everybody knows a lot of scoun
diels." wns Macdonald's interpretation
ot this proof of loyalty, and lllnnkcn-
berg's conversation turned to other
things as he and the General walked
to the head of the lane lending to tin
drift, nnd the storekeeper Indicated
the negotiable crossings up and down
The next evening the Boers made n
sharp attack on Macdonald s pickets,
and the loyal subject looked uneasy
for some of .s Kaffirs had received
passes that aucrnoon to ride out anil
round up his cattlo and sheep Ink
Blankeubcrg's krnal. .lowover, he got
his flocks herded end perhaps Includ
ed a few scoro of somebody else's.
He had .ien numbered up and 'noted
on n paper which he took to tho Gen
eial with tho explanation that bin
friendliness to the troops wns as much
ns his lite was worth snould they ever
leave and the Doers come back. Ho
suggested Hint the Inventory be com
pleted and the wnolu collection taken
over by tho British authorities.
For his pnit be wns a loyal British
subject nnd would nntroniplaln If they
dc polled him down to Cnpu Town so
that no suspicion of him as a secret
service agent should be harbored by
his British fellow subjects.
It happened Just as ho planned. With
the liberal ideas of amateur appraisers
who ule valuing other people good
wnen tlio owner is mesent ami un uv
pert the officers of the Army Service
Cups gave him eei titled vouchers
stamped for the Sum agreed upon for
nil his belongings, and Bhinki'iihcri;
ck pailcd from bis stole nnd coi.Xealcd
Another to find himself alone ngalnat
n multitude was Sam Marks million
alie, member of tho flnamlal'liuuse
which had the concession of several
Tiansviml monopolies, InrliulTnK tho
ninuumctme of alcohol. Ills fine pii
vnto residence eight miles iioitheasi
n' I'ictoiln, near Gcrsto Falirikcn, had
bnthionins, billiard rooms, gniuens und
pi', enelosure for tnmu pets.
When n British brigade was uuarter-
cd near Ills doors Mr. Marks, septus
Ecnniinn, round himself tho least eon
, sldenihle person on his own nroncily.
Tho Junior staff nnd otTlcrs made freo
of his bathrooms and billiard roomr.
vlthmit first troubling to make their
host's acquaintance. If they did havo
anything to say to him it wns to do-
maud tlio whereabouts of tomethlliK
"Do anything you like, only let me
uliino. I'm n busy mon." he pleaded.
Tluiy did everything they liked To i
get lliewood they upiooti-d the pus's
pi omul his lame animal em Injure Ii i
liny of the pets stiard n little It wnR
pi. on luoiisht doWn with an in my hut .
A hot argument spr.im: up over Hi'
iMi.-rt name of the pel lei r that ws
shot, nnd the sportsmen iunilnl Inti
?lr. -Murk' loom to leant vlmt Ii w,n.
He wah reslgncii to piivthlng that i
nuufit happen nnd told tlioiii
"He'll- little thing he used to i-m
on) of im hniid," said Die md 'mil,
"Wns It a long shot, eh .' '
Instruments Filed for Record January
M I Harm!) M. A. Chrlsto. Agrt.
The Dowsett Co.. Ltd. Lou Kee . L.
Lou Kee Hop Sing You Co. . . .Il.S.L.
l.au Mn et nl.C. Sprockets & Co.
U C Atlil P Lulr U
. M dc Sotiza Honolulu Brow
ing & Malting Co D.
II K Wnlty II. & W. Austin, tr...M.
Bank of Hawaii W. C. Aehl.I'ar.llel.
Mrs. M Knpola et al. L. L. Mc
Candlcss , D.
C Brown, tr -J. H. Ciimmlngs Hoi.
W J Wnite and wife C. ilrowu,
Keluln i: A. Mott-Smltli L.
C. A Brown J. A. Mngoou. .Cnn I .
Instruments Filed tor Record January
S. C Allen it. 11. French ...ltcl.
It. II French S. C. Allen M.
S K Kane Alex, (larvlo M.
Kaplolanl Est, Ltd. W. C. Aehl
C Aehl -J. 1. de osta ....Hoi.
Recorded December 28, 1901.
O L Samson and who to Mary Gor-
man deed lots U. 10. 11. 12, 13, 11. 16
and Hi, block 40, Knlmukl trntt. Hono
lulu U.iliu to. Book 229, page 311
Dated December 27. 10U1.
J W Short and wife to II Water.
lituso & Company, trustees, mort
gage lot fi, Knalhee tract. Honolulu.
Oahu, $2015. Book 232. page 11 Dat
ed December 27, 1901.
J W. Short nnd wife to L. C.
Abies, mortgage; lot C, Knalhee tract,
Honolulu, Oahu, (2S0O. Book 232,
pago 13. Dated December 27, 1901.
Recorded December 31, 1901.
Murakami Utaro to A. Lldcatc:
rhnttcl mortgage: crop of cane on
Potent 39(54. Pnntillo. Hamakua. Ha
waii; JI00. Hook 227, pago 498. Dat
ed October 31, 1901.
M . Perry and husband to Oahu Lum
ber & Building Company: mortenco:
lot 32. I'awaa tract, Honolulu, Oahu.
J 1247. Book 230. pago ICC. Dated
October 28, 1901.
L. Marks to F. L. Doric i: bill of
sale; three sprinkling wagons, four
horses, gas engine, etc.. Honolulu, Oa
hu; $1. Book 221, page 472. Dated
December 20, 1901.
K. L. Dortch to N. B. Mnrks: hill
of sale; three sprinkling wagons, four
horses, gas engine, etc., Honolulu, Oa
hu; SI. Hook 224, page 473. Dated
December 20, 1901.
J. Armstrong to Bishop & Com
pany: mortgage: 7 3-10 acres land.
Lehua avenue, Pearl City. Ewa. Oahu.
Hook 232, pago Hi. Dated December
M. E. Hancock and husband to
J 11. Jertnan; mortgngo: piece land.
Walklkl road, Honolulu. Oahu; $000
Book 230. page IBS. Dated Deccihbor
Bishop & Company to J. Kealnha-
kill; release; R. P. 2858, It. P. 6832,
.Moanalua, Honolulu, Oahu: $100. Bool:
171. page 442. Dated December 3U.
Bishop & Company to L. K. I).
Honrlnues; release; piece land, Bcre
tnnln street. Honolulu. Oahu; J2000.
Book 1S7, iagc 113. Dated December
Recorded January 2, 1901.
Pacific Sugar Mill to W. Kckua:
release; Interest In Grants 1882 and
1883, Hnnniiat und Nlupaka, Hamakua,
Hawaii; 135. Book 180, pago 203.
Jiateii iJeecmlicr 3D, 1901.
A. P. Pedro to Veo Sing Company;
lease; portion R. P. 4320. Mnhcle 18,
piece land. Walau. Ewa. Oahu; ten
J ears at 1 100. Book 233, pago 14.
Dated Juno 20, 1901.
A. E. Cunha and husband to Hono
lulu Iron Works Company; lense; por
tion. Ap. 1. It. P. 1080. near Queen
street. Honolulu, Oahu; twenty years
at $22.50 per mouth. Book 233, pago
10 Dated March 2, 1897.
II. C. Ulll to Wing Wo Tnl & Com
pany; lease; II. P. 379, Kill. CC31I1.
Ap. 1, Walkane. Koolaupoko, Oahu;
ten years at J100. Book 233, pago 12,
Dated December 10, 1901.
E. Marfarlann to H. C. Ulll; con
sent: to lenso of H. P. 379, Kill. BG3B.
i. 1. Walkane. Koolaupoko, Oahu.
Book 223, page 14. Dated December
II . A. Heen to Sang Hop Wat Coin
pany; assignment of lense; three
leaseholds, Walklkl, Honolulu, Oahu;
fSOOO, Book 228. page 420. Dated D
comber 30. 1901.
HHE. WU IN COSTLY ROBES
Washington, Dec. 15. One of the
sights of Washington la the Chinese
Minister's wife taking her constltit
tlonal. Mme. Wu's robes arc tho most
costly that can be bought In China, and
this morning. In her beautiful em
broidered wrap, wadded with cider
down, her heavy silken divided skirt,
a magnificent head dress peculiar to
women of similar rank In her own
icountry, and tho tiniest feet that evil
ciosscd tho threshold of tho Chinese le
gation, she created no end ot admira
tion. First Mine. Wu rides u while In her
chair, being assisted In and out by hur
female attendants. Then, when the
mood strikes her. she Is assisted to
alight and walks as far as her plnclxd
feet will permit, when she again seeks
her ehnlr nnd rides homo.
Her attendants are ull clad In tho na
tional costume of China, but of a much
simpler kind than tho garments worn
b) the Minister's dainty wlfo. Th
chair used by Mine. Wu Is not the car
rying thulr peiullnr to her tountry,
hut one of the genuine Yankee prod
ucts that goes on wheels and has u
the Invalid chair In gencrnl use. Min
ister Wu docs not relish tho sensation
his wife creates when going about the
Jtiect, and often Is seen walking In tho
upper gallery of the legation, Im
patiently unaltlng her return.
Maltro Lnborl, who leaped into fame
na tho defender of Die) f us, purposes
io lound a new party, to be called tint
Party of the Honest People. Ho be
lieves the best elements of tho popula
Hon have become disgusted with mere
expediency In polities and want to !
otiKiiiiitu an era in which unlllnclilnc
moinl principle will rtilo every public
slid pilvnie action. Not satisfied with
ill i ting the mobt piofound monthlv
view In Franco l.iiboil B.ivs he nil'
si on tiiuiid a gient, honest dull v news-i.iim-1-
In which not n bIiieIo udvoitlsc
nt will bo admitted.
SliSlS (? ? f Z "A JS-ea $si&
I ffiiw&rr w dfasS? vffiiXi
M .Mmr AfflMm&t
You have paid for two or three hornet 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.
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 COMPY
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PS;w MWrfvP: 'K -Pirtaje
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UWr-JrtiSHliM. -iaSTSl ,. Tr-v-r
m.t -tm i iii'j ' 4smiiiiMirMHt-' v J . .
A. T. HAGHNKAMP. Manager.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Proven oil lands, completely sur
rounded by as rich oil-producing wells
as thero aro in the Stato, yielding from
50 to 250 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at the Coat-
inga wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With twenty-five producing wells of
100 barrels each per day, you can
mako your own calculation as to
The oil Industry or California Is In
Its Infancy, yet many fortunes have
been mado by judicious and lucky In
vestments In oil stock. Many more
will bo mado In tho near future.
Tho nvcrago advanco on original
sales of oil stock In twenty leading
companies In California baa been
from $1 to I10S per share.
Oil lands have advanced from 11.25
to 11,000 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
the same show for oven a greater ad
vance, as somo oil stock has advanced
from $1 to $1,500 per share.
Tho Pacific Union Oil Company mi
no salaried officer?, and Is controlled
by well-known gentlemen of Integrity,
who will sea tbat tho money derived
from tho sale of Block will bo legiti
mately applied to tbo development of
For further Information, apply to J.
II. FISHER & CO- Stock and Bond
Brokers, and Hawaiian agents for tho
salo of a limited amount of Pacific
Union Oil Company stock. Stangen
wald building. Merchant street.
Notice Is hereby glycn that the un
dersigned havo on tho 31st day of Do
'ember, 1901, formed a co-partnership
under tho name nnd stylo of Sung
Wing Cbong Company, doing business
h Kailua, Koolaupoko, Oahu, Terri
tory ot Hawaii; tho naturo of business
being tho planting and cultivating
CIIANw All KIT.
WONO PUN & KAM HOU.
LIU UNO & WONO MAN LOY
YAU HONO & KWAI CHANG.
Honolulu. January 8, 1902.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
M a meeting of the Club Stubles,
Limited, held nt their offlce. Fort
"treet, Honolulu, yesterday, January
7th, 1902, the following officers were
O. P. R. Isenbarg President
H. H. Perry... . Vice President
W. E. Belllna Secretary
C. H. Delllna Treasurer
J. Carrelro Auditor
Tho above constitute the Board of
Directors, V. E. BELLINA.
Secretary Club Stables, Ltd.
Honolulu, January 8th, 1902.
In accordance" with tho by-laws of
the I'll st National Bank of Hawaii, a'
Honolulu, notice Is hereby given that
tho annual meotlug of the Moihholdcts
'hereof will lie held In Honolulu, Island
or Oiiliu Territory ot Hawaii nt its
place of business, on Tuesday Janti
cry 11 1902. nt 3 p. in. ot that da.
'he ptuposo of such meeting being
h'lllon ol directors tor tile ensuing
i-.ii- and lor the tr.insni Hon ol nil
ui h ut in r bunli" is 08 mnv l.e neccn
I'niy ur hiouplK before tin Kto,huo!d
'nt for actum
W (1 COOPKIl ('!- He
D.ited Honolulu I) 'ienKn r !l 1'jtil
2'HB-nue 11. 13 21; J.lll 2 '.
THE AMOUNT PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
HOME TOO. . v-
At the entrance
to the Famous
lao Vallev. and
easy access to
volcano In tht
for Tourists and
ISLAND OF MAUI.
California Safe Deposit & Trust Co.,
corner California and Montgomery
streets. For the six months ending
December 31. 1901, dividends have
been declared on Deposits In the Sav
ings Department of this Company as
follows. On Term Deposits, nt the
rate of 3 fi-10 per cent per annum, and
on Ordinary Deposits, at the rate ot
3 per cent icr annum, tree of taxes,
and payable on and after Thursday,
Jnnunry 2, 1902. Dividends uncalled
for aro added to tho principal and
bear tho same rato of dividend ns thfc
principal from and after January 1,
1902. J. DALZELL DROWN,
Notice is hereby given that Intend
ing passengers per Steamship MO
ANA, due to sail for Vancouver on
tho K.tli inst- and per Steamship
AOHANGI, duo to sail for the Colo
nies on tho 18th inst., must apply for
passago by the former boat not later
than Monday, tho Gth InBt., and for
tho latter not later than Thursday,
tho 9th Inst. C.ADIAN-AUSTRA-LIAN
THEO. II. DAVIHS & CO., LTD..
WILtJER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) re
ward will be paid to any person giv
ing Information which will lead to tho
arrest and conviction of tho parties
who stole a registered mall pouch
from tho steamer Klnnu on or about
Saturday, December 21st.
C. L. WIGHT,
DIVIDEND NO. ICE.
THE GERMAN bAVINOS & LOAN
SOCIETY, 620 California street. For
tho half year ending with December
31st, 1901, a dividend has been declar
ed at tho rata of threo (3) per cent
per annum on all deposits, freo ot
taxes, payable on and after Thursday,
January 2. 1902.
Tlio firm of Purdy & Baron, ship's
carpenters and builders, has this day
been dissolved uy mutual consent.
C. II. Purdy having bought tho entire
business, will conduct tho same at tht
old stand, soliciting the good patron
ngo of tho port, with tho usual guar
anteo of first-class work. All bills pay-
ablo only to u. It. I'uruy.
C. 1 1. PURDY.
Honolulu, December 1C, 1901.
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night watchmen furnished for build
ings, business property and residences.
Builders will do veil to consult Dow
ers lr regard to watchmen.
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taj hi bit It I nut nccrsiarv to U torlur! bv
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rut wli'i tVi rmntittir ljor nj tore yuu will N
a Hi- io THiMt anu c r In ail your b ilne.t or toe al
I alt ati-t t tn about tint or tnl ma orJ ani t
will tjtl on yu
DK. V. II. HOGUI,
18 Arlington Building,
Hotel St. near Fort.
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