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EVENING BULLETIN'. HONOLULU, H. T., MONDAY, JAN, 13, 1992.
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and younger In the fire of youth 'It Is grand, this method of mine,
and every man who has evor used It Is praising It.
80ME LATE CURE8. Vital Weakness Lost Manhood.
Sawyers, Mendocino Co., Cat.
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most lost hopo of ever being any better, but my troublo Is now fast
disappearing and l begin to feel Ilko a man again, and I feel grateful for
what you havo done for mo and that I havo Jound an honest man at last
In you. Respectfully yours, CREED MOXLEY.
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Don't delay trying It. Your futuro happiness depends on your
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tality. Electricity renews tho youthful strength; that cures. If you
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If you havo tried a cheap belt which has burned you, given no cur
rent or fallen to pieces on you, I will allow you for It In exchange. Call
or wrlto today, bend this ad.
Dr. M. H. ricLaughlin, SEE,.:
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FIUNCISCO.
VENTURA JAN. 22
ALAMEDA FEB. 1
SIERRA FED. 12
J.LAMEDA FED. 22
SONOMA MAR. 6
VENTURA MAR. 26
ALAMEDA APRIL 6
In connection with the Bailing or tne ncovo steamers, tne 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
Xork by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
, Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
PEKING JAN. 18
GAELIC JAN. 28
HONQKONQ MARU FEB. 6
CHINA FEB. 14
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION
H. HVCKPIBLO &
Canadian-Australian Royal Mai!
Bteamers of the above line, running In 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.:
From Vancouver ana Victoria, D. C.
(For Brisbane and Sydnoy.)
AORANGI JAN. 18
MOANA FED. 15
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada United States and
7. . .
i nco. n.uavie8yo.,Lta uciriAcente.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE' BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
8. 8. OREGONIAN, 6,000 tons, to tall about Dec. 20.
8. 8. CALIFORNIA. 6,000 tohs, to sail about Jan. 20. .
8. 8. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to salt during February.
From San Francisco 8. 8. HYADE8, 3,000 tons, to sail Jan. 4 for Honolulu.
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Stroet, South Brooklyn, at
all times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent H. HACKFELD & CO.Ltd.
OAHU CARRIAGE MF'G CO., Ltd.
1170 River Street.
Bet. Uerctunln and Puunlil.
Tel. Dlue 041.
P. O. Uox 078.
Rubber Tires pat on in Satis
WELL WORDED WANTS
your bticlc xveulc V
Have you drnjMiJnjj pnlns?
Are you cuslly tired?
Have 5011 lostVhc Arc and strength
ot youth? Havo you "come and go"
rains In your back and shoulders?
Arc you growing old too soon?
If you havo these symptoms or any
other sign of breaking down of your
nerves and vitality, you will find new
llfo In Electricity as applied whllo
DR. MCLAUGHLIN'S ELECTRIC
la mado for 6u. It Is the beet nay
to ueo Electricity. It pours a gentle
Btream of llfo Into the weak parts con
tinually for hours eery night. It re
freshes the nerves, expands the vital
powers, enriches the circulation and
vigorous In one nlgnt's use. lou get
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA .'. JAN. 15
SIERRA JAN. 21
ALAMEDA FED. 5
SONOMA ....FED. 11
ALAMEDA FED. 26
VENTUnA MAR. 4
ALAMEDA MAR. 19
SIERRA MAR. 25
ALAMEDA APRIL 9
APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
CO, LTD. AGENTS.
t-rom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver. B. C.)
MOANA JAN. 15
. .v.0 .-- -
Fine Carriages, Wagons and
TmCkS. Hepjilr Work a
All orders promptly attended to.
Only competent help emplovcd.
FRiKiiN ah mm
To the AntI Saloon League Honolulu,
Gentlemen It Is with regret that I
feel compelled to tender my resigna
tion as n member of tho Antt Saloon
Lenguo and as second vice president
oi die organisation, i navo nan tins
action under contemplation lor some
time, hut have hesitated to sever my
connection completely from temper
ance work lest the public should tako
It as evidence of lukewarmncss In tho
resolution I mado a year ago today.
On tho contrary, I dcelro to take the
opportunity of renewing those resolu
tlons and testifying to tha hnpplncss,
Increased mental power and hcattn,
a life of total abstinence nan brought
me. Although the higher life nas been
accompanied by unlookcd for trials,
through nn uncalled for persecution
and nttempt to discredit the first and
only disinterested, subllmo work I was
ever Inspired to do for tho saka of hu
manity, through tho initiative of per
sons whoso aid and sympathy, Instead
of opposition, I should havo had, I,
nevertheless, hereby declare my un
awcivlng conviction in the principles
of temperance, which I lme consist
ently lled and taught, and my deter
minatlon to persevere In high purpose
It Is with regret that I cannot mnho
It consistent with my conscience to
longer remain n member of tne Antt
Saloon League, nnd It Is pertinent that
I give tho rcasoni therefor. 1'lrst, un
der existing political conditions the
Lcnguo Is powerless to Influenco tho
Government In favor of temperance
Although tho personnel of tho League
Is In sympathy with tho party In pow
er II has been Impotent to prevent the
issuing of some Idrty seven additional
saloon licenses, and has not held a sin
gle public meeting under its auspices
to protest against such extension of
the liquor t radio , second, no relief In
tbo way of legislation can bo looked
for except through tho Instrumentality
of tho dominant party, nnd tho person
nel of thu League Is obnoxious to nnd
opposed to tho principles ot tha Homo
Hulo Republican organization; third,
through tho Instrumentality of tho
League largo sums oi money havo
been collected from tho public and
wantonly expended In pa)litg a largo
falary to Its superintendent ($2500 per
annum) nnd for other purposes, which
have accomplished nothing In tho pub
lic interest; fourth, boiiovlng, as I do,
that your president, Mr, Thco. Rich
ards, was tho Initiative and largely In
ctrumentnl In directing tho slanderous,
false nnd blackmailing public nttnckx
recently mndo upon my character, I
cannot longer mako It consistent with
the spiilt of manhood to let my namo
remain connected wltn an organization
cf which ho is tho head, especially at
tho association or my namo w.th his
In any way will surely bring mc Into
1 deem it to bo my duty henceforth.
as I conceive It In bo tho duty of every
other gentleman of high purpose in
the cummunlt) to devoto my cncrglos,
Influence nnd such brain rorco as 1
may possess to tho task of assisting
the effort to purge this community ot
the systematic boycott by Innuendo be
ing practiced against those holding
Independent and conservative views.
uy certain powerful social, business
and church organizations, which Is
detrimental to tho nubile welfare and
progress niong "tinclitioual Amcrlcnn
lines;" In tho hopo that the time, shall
ccmo when a mnn may reform from
tho drlnk-hablt and tako a place in the
community his amlitics and social
ftnndlng entitle him io, without being
subjected to slanderous Innuendo and
open hostility from those who should
havo befriended him, and thus driven,
by despondency, back to tho saloon
and congenial companionship.
.Most respcctiuiiy yours,
Honolulu, January 10, 1901'.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coalings Oil
Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, completely sur
rounded by as rich oil-producing wclli
as there are in tho State, yielding from
&u to Z'M barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at tho Con!-
lnga wells, 70 cents per barrel
With twenty flvo producing wells ot
100 barrels each per day, you can
make your own calculation as to
Tbo oil Industry of California Is tc
its Infancy, yet many fortunes bae
been mado by Judicious nnd lucky In
vestments In oil stock. Many more
wilt bo mado In tho near futuro,
Tho average advance on original
ssles of oil Btock in twenty leading
companies In California has been
from 1 to $108 per share.
Oil lands have advanced from (1.25
to 1,000 and (2,000 per aero.
When tbo Pacific Union Oil Com
pany has a number of producing wells
on Its property, Ub stock will have
thcrBamo show for even a greater ad
vanco, as some oil stock has advanced
from 1 to J 1,500 per share.
Tho Pacific Union Oil Company n
no salaried officers, and Is controlled
by well known gentlemen of integrity
who will soo tnat the money derived
i SXl"lcVto 'the J dJvofopment ol
For further Information, apply to J
II. FISHER & CO .'Stock nnd BonJ
Brokers, ami Hawaiian agents far tho
rale of a limited amount of Pncldc
Union Oil Comptny stock. Stangen
wald building. Merchnnt street.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
Tho undersigned beg to advise ship
pers that until further notice the rnto
of rrelglit nom ban n anusm io Ho
nolulu by steamers of fhc OCEANIC
SiEAMSHIP COMPANY will bo 13.o0
per ton NET
WM. (J. IllWIN & CO. LTD,
On!. Ageuts Oceanic Steamship Co.
Honolulu, miliary 10, 190.',
A special meeting of tho stockhold
er of Job. Hnrtmnn . Co Ltd, wi
lio held on Wednesday. January 15.
1002, at 10 o'( lock n m . nt their nf
fico, Bethel street, Wnwrlcy block.
J. 8 AZEVEDO.
Secretary Jos Hnrtmann & Co Ltd
Honolulu. January 10 1!02
- The annual meeting of tho stork
holders of the Pacific fiuanci k V r
tlllzer Ctimpntn. will bo held on Mon
day, Jnnuaiy 20th, 1902. nt 11 o clock
a. m.. nt the office of II. Hnekfeld .
Co. Ltd., Honolulu. V. KLAMP
2042 3t Becrctnr)
. !' S
HOLDS ANNUAL MEETING
AND ELECTS OFFICERS
Paper of the Evening Read, by Joseph
S. Emerson Annual Reports
of Officers Presented.
Officers of the Hawaiian Historical
Society were reelected at the annual
meeting on Saturday evening, the fol
lowing being the list: Dr. N. 1). Emcr-
son. nrcsldent: S. 11. Dole, first vie
president; J. S Emerson, second vice1 Hoik 229, page 319. Dated December
president; W. F. Allen, third vies, 1fl' 1901- . ...
president, Chief Justice W. -F. Frcar. L 5,a,r; l'n1n,l',B ;' ?on,,I","1 1 M"
;,.. ii.. ....... I..-. . ,, rirrclra, deid lot .1 block 14, Kai
recording secretary; Prof. W D.mUkl tract. Honolulu, Oahu: $lmi
Alexander, corresponding secretary, j j()0k 229. pago 320. Dated January 29,
nnd Miss Uurbank, treasurer and II- 1001.
hrarlan. Recorded January 2, 1902.
Reports for the post car were read F. 13. Hohron to 13. V Harrison,
by the clerical oHlccrs President Emer- deed, portion It. P 297 Kul 115, near
son delivered a nhnri niTilnuta nn ilu. Alnl.ea street. Honolulu. Oahti: 15000.
Importance of preserving locnl history
IT s, ' """"'" '"
and by other means available to tho
i paper eienung wun nawunan gnnsi isj. mioel ueccmnor 31. 1901.
beliefs was read by Joseph S. Emcrsnn. I 3. K. Kulkahi and wire to I)
Remnrks were made by Prof. Alex- Forbes: deed: It P. 73C5. Kul. 1291.
onder. Dr. Itodgcrs.'ltcv. O, P. Emcr- ',,1,.,'a; "amakiia. "n?":
son, Thos. O. Thrum nnd others. "fjoj lnsc ated December
Present nt the meeting were th, ',,. juamoto to S I. Shaw; chat
following members: J. 8. Lmerson. td mortgage, leasehold near corner
Mrs. Emerson, Chas. Wilcox, Mr. nnd Kukul nnd Nunnnu streets, Honolulu,
Mrs. Thos. O. Thrum, Prof. W I) Oahu, 70. Hook 230, pnge 1C7. Dat
Alexander, Dr. N. B. Emerson, Miss ' October I. 1901
Ilurbank, Miss Henry, Chief Justice , s; S!,.n" et . al. to H Armltago.
W P. Frear, Hon C II Dickey. I' 3
Dodge. Mr Ijw. Geo P Castle, I)r t
T Itodgers, W 13. Wall and others
Tho Honolulu Athletic Club, 'having
di-chlcd finally on tho formation of tug
of war teams, has adopted lor this lino
of sport, tho following rules of tho
Amntcur Athletic- Union:
Tugs or vvnr shall bo pulled on cleats
made of wood, same to bo nt least four
Inches thick, six Inches high and
twentj two Indies long, nnd nt least
clx feet six Inches nnart. The dls-
.... I .1... .1 ... .,.- .- .-
JS 5 V . u ,' " .. ,7. .
the lrst cleat on dllicr sldo shall bo
i. i . , ,. . . . ,
Tho cleats shall bo set on edgo and
bolted to tho board
Tho rope shall be a manila. three
stranded rope, not less than four and
a half nor moro than five Inches In'
circumference. Thero shall bo a
i lamp cuul distant from thu first cleat
on cltlic-r Bide, which shnll In- mull
clcnt to hold the ropo In position until
This clamp shall not mako an appre
ciable kink In thu ropo. Any position
may bo assumed before tho pistol Is
Urcd. No mechanical dcvlro shall be
used for holding tho rope. Nu belt
other than ono to protect the body
shall bo used. Tho flnnges to hold tho
rope In place shall not bo constructed
so as to bind on thd ropo In any posi
tion that tho anchor may assume.
Leather shields and gloves may bu
used," nnd ndhcslvo substances may be
put on tho same. Tho belt shall not
weigh moro than twenty pounds.
Competitors shall not Iiso wclghtH In
unlimited pulls, but In pulls limited to
sped fled weights, competitors may use
weights providing tho totnl weight of
the team, Including weights, docs mil
dxceed tho limit
Ths slimdaid time limit for each
pull shall be live minutes, nnd n rest
oi not less than ten minutes shall be
allowed cndi competitor between trial
pulls A shortpr or longer tlmo limit
tun) bo agreed Upon Tor othei than
When tugs of war nro limited to
loams of n given weight, competitor
shall hp weighed before cyMpctlng
The) shall be welghed'as they pull;
I v. Including clothing, bIiocs, belt,
The weighing In shall be dono Im
mediately before the pull.
no Knot or ntiy kind shn 1 bo tied In
tho lope, am the ropo shall not bo
passed moro tluui onco around the
body of the anMinr.
In no case shall any man null on
mora than one team In a contest, nnd
no BUDstuuic sunn no allowed to null
on any team that has pulled a trial.
in enso a team gains throo fed from
Its opponents. It shall be awarded ths
Immediately beforo tho comnetltlnn
tho captains of tho opposing tennis
rhall draw their numbers and compote
as follows: To have a preliminary
rcund of as many contests as tho totnl
riiimbor of teams oxcteds 2. 4, K. 1(1 or
3 and drop the losers. This leave
In 2, 4, 8, 16 or 32 teams, and tho com
petition then proceeds regularly with
no Ijjch or uneven contests.
No pull shall he awarded by less
than half an Inch, v
All competitors who have been best
en by thu winner shall be entitled to
icmpeto for second place, nnd nil
who havo been benten by tho wlnncie
of cither first or second place shall he
entitled to compete for third plnco.
The individual tug of war shall also
be governed by tho team rules, una
tho contestants must pull from the
llrst cleat from tho clamp,
Dr. and Mis, Archibald Sinclair en
tertained Supreme Chancellor nnd Irs.
Ogden II. Fethers nt their home on
Ktnau street Saturday evening, Wlilst
mis tho p-'o plajed, Mrs. Alvliua
Haywnid, who Is aerompin)lng Mr.
nnd Mrs. Fethers, won tho llrst prize
for ladles. The first pilzo for men was
won by C. M V Foster Among thoso
present were tho following JiidgcJ
Antnno Perry Miss Perry E P Dole,
Mr nnd Mrs Moore, Mr nnd Mrs.
Foister It W Shingle Dr Hndglns,
i Miss Cllcs A L Morris, Dr nnd Mrs
I Derb) and others.
Instruments Filed for Record January
H. A Jaeger Hani, of Hawaii, Ltd.
Wong Ycp Chan .i E rullcrtnn Mtg
li, Mnnuwal Alex Onrvle .. Mtg.
Instruments Filed for Record January
Uoninlwn 11 Akona L,
H. L. Estep a Kahoakn Ilel.
Joao Fcioz Evan da Bltva Mtg
13. N. Inl.e Onnmp.i Hiii? Ct. . . Mtir.
j. Durklnshnw Joao Fernandz .ltd.
M. It. Cnpole A Litigate I).
J I'ernniidez M H Cnpdo I).
M. II Capele M. Bianco Mtg
M de J. Nebrega JI llranco . ..Mtg.
Recorded December 31, 1901.
J, Kcalotiakut and v.sro to S
Damon; deed. Interest In It. P.
Kul 1129G, Interest In It. P. C832, Kill,
1326. Moanalua. Honolulu. Oanu: 1500,
i1,?0'.'?1' paK 122' 1)ilU''1 """
i Knaiiliullliln to Wnlanae Company;
0ePll ,. 4m Klli mr wallelV.
iWalanne. Oahu; tfioo. Hook 231, page
nolulu, Oahu: S2500. Book 231,' pago
125. Dated August 10, 19ul.
Recorded January 3. 1902.
V. M. Mlnton and wife to A. V
Gear; deed; portion lot 25, Pawaa
tract, Honolulu, Oahu, $1. Hook 231
pago 1. Dated December 30. I9n
A V dear to Jano Mlnton; deed
portion lot 25, I'nvvan tract, Honolulu
Oahu, $1 Hook 231, page 2. Dated
December 30, 1901,
V M. Mlnton to A. V. Gear, deed
lot 2 block 7, Kcwnlo traet llnno
lulu, Oahu. $1 Hook 234, page 2 Hat
ed December 30, 1901.
A. V. clear to Jano Mlnton. dud
lot 20, block 7. Kownlii trnd. Hmm
lulu. Oahu, $1. Hook 2JI, page 3. Hut
od December 30, 1901
M Joseph mill wire to Mrs Hnr
ncr; deed, lot 1. block C Villa 1'iniiui
Hlto. Hawaii, ?3mi Hook :mI pat,
4 Dated October 12 1Sr'
... V . .lU. IU
Estate I). Kaula to T Mai deid.
ono-half Interest In It P 2Mi. Keila
Untt, Hamnkun. Hawaii n-, nool,
231. page . Dated November 29 I !n I
Wdll.lkl' Ilearh Compnii) l.lmlud.
to F. Wundenbcrg, Fori Entr), Wal
klkl Inn piemlses, Wnlktkl Honolulu.
Oahu Book 230, page 1t'i IlaKd De
cembcr 12. 1001
Recorded January 4 1902.
L. L. McCandloss to Mix M Kn-
pola. deed: piece laud Walanne Enn
Oahu, 51 Hook 229. pagi J21 lutul
December 28, 1901
First American Savings A. Trimt
Company of Hawaii, Limited to I'a
lolo Land & IniprmiMtii nt Company.
Limited; partial release, lots 9 and
10, block 101, Palolo tract Honolulu,
Oahu; )500. Book 230, page 170 Dat
ed January 4, 1902.
Palolo I.and & Improvement Com
pany, Limited, to M Madoca Jr.,
ded; lot 10. block 101 Palolo tract,
Honolulu, Oahu; f.ioo. Hook 229, page
322. Dated January 4 1902
Recorded January 6, 1902.
Charles Williams to (iornldo I).
Forrelra, mortgage. Patents 39SS and
4249, Kaaiihuhu, Hamakim Hawaii,
JC00. Hook 232, page IS Haled De
cembcr 3, 1901
L. M. Lonohlwn to Kenola Camp
bell; deed, one fourth Interest In It
P. 7190, Kill. 10171. Kolmlalele. one
fourth Interest In it P 7191, Kul.
370311, Kaohe Hamakim Hawaii. ViQ.
Book 231. page 12S Dated December
J do Lima to Carlos 4t dp Souza.
deed, three acres land Kaupakiilua,
Haninkualoa, Maul. 3')0 Hook 231,
pago 12'J Dated December 21, 1901.
T. K l.alalioa and wlfo to John
Fitzgerald mortgage one half ncro
land, llllo Hawaii, JllMO. Hook 232,
pago 19, Dated December IK. 1901.
Perry Pearco to E N. Kaaua; deed;
one half Interest in sixty flvu acres
land. Piiumnl, llllo, Hawaii; (80S.
Book 231. pago 130 Dated Decom
ber 23. 1901
E. N, Pake (alias Kaaua) to Ka--malllvvaUlue,
deed, Interest In thirty
acres laud, Piiumol, llllo, Hawaii; $!.
Hook 231. page lJO Dated December
Kamalllwahlnn to E N Pake (nllns
Kaaua); deed, Interest In .thlrty-flvo
acres land, Piiumol. llllo. Hawaii;
Book 231, pagu-131. Il.ilod Dcremlxr
Joseph Kaaiihnu to M Smith: mart
gngo, two ncH-H land. Walkamalo,
North llllo, Hawaii. 2(!7 Hook 232,
pago 21- Dated Dcrember 2B, 1901.
August Itenl and wire Io A. Zlm
mermnnu, mortgage, Patent 4313,
Olaa, Puna, Hawaii Jir.nn. Hook 232,
pago 21. Dated Detember 2 1901.
W O Scott nnd wife to First Na
tloual Dank of WnnnUu. mortgage;
pli-cu laud, Market Htici't rxtonslun,
Walluku, Mail, $I00U iink 232,
pago 23. Dated Jnnimi) 1, 1902.
Hoo Shlng Wal Coiupiiny, to part
nership deed; rley planters, ole, Wol
lun Kaunl, capital f 12 not), tc-n years.
Book 224, page 179 Dated Deeombor
Honolulu Tobacco Company. Limit
ed, to Seo Hup Company, le-.iso; storo
nnd )urd. Fort stlcet, Honolulu. Oahu,
eight years at ?12' per month Bonk
228, pago 42; Datoil December 13,
Heirs of Kapu, affidavit, In ro own
ershlp-of H P 1730. Kill 72') Hono
lulu Oahu Rook .'.'I, pngu 181 Dat
ed Jtinuar) i. t9ui
L K Kentwell tu Wong Clio, ns
slgnment of lenso, poitlou building
tort street, Honolulu, tialiu:
f I luu
Jlnok 22S, page 12b
Recorded January 7, 1902.
M Aiild and husband to Mnry Lu
eas Httilltlii.il ebaige, Aim mul A,
It P fiiil It P 1210 Knllhlknl lliiilnie mid i.I.h o nil persons concerned
I nolulu Oalni
f.uuu. imciu z.itj page
171 ' Dati-d Dee ember 7 1901
Keawe tu Shomatsu llamla,
louse II P. 2i.il Kill II1.1, ICnaawa
Knolaiiloi O.lhu ten vuirn nt SJ'i
Hook .'JS, page l."i Diteel .luuiuir) i,
Recorded January 7, 1902.
t'bong Iim to Unng Ctie.w; assign
incut of le.ue fqui lines laud. Kn
wnlpnpa liana Maul. 1H'I. Iteiok
X pago t.i'i I) item De-reailn-r
it. V. Iludilgui-s nnd infhnnd.
You have paid for two or three homes durlnu your lifetime.
Especially If you have been paying rent; and wo 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, hat
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 C0HIPY
- lj .-.tyr r i
A. T. IIAGHNKAMP. Mnnnfcr.
1'nrtugut'se Mutual Benefit Socle t) ,
mortgige, portion (Imnt 3100 Kulao
knhtia Honolulu, Claim. Jir.OD Bool:
J.t) pago 17l. Dated December 12,
San Antonio Purtugiicse llrneflt So
ciety to J. C. Ollvelra, telcnse, lot
j block G, Ke-vvalei tract. Iinnolultl,
Oahu, (100 Hook 2Ui page 238 Dat
ed' December .11, 1901
Estato II. P. Bishop to J Caspar;
leise; portions Malic lo Award 32, Ka
liouloa 2, South Konn, Hawaii, twin
t) one soar at 115 Hook 228, page
431 Dated Nov ember I. 191)1.
Western te Hawaiian investment
Company to Peter Horn, release; It.
P. 1CC8. PnhiiehiM1, Kutin, Hawaii;
f."0. Hook 1C0. pago 257. Dated D
cembcr 20, .J01.
J. Armstrong to A. N. Campbell;
mortgage: It. P. 233, Kul 7410. II. P.
175. Kill. 7439, Ap 2. Mnnananul, Ewa.
Oahu, J950. Hook 210, pago 173. Dat
ed December fi, 196l. ,
K Campbell to Hnmakua Mill Com
pany; leaso; Kills. 10171 and 37051),
Hamakim, Hawaii: ten )cnrs nt SG7.G0.
Book 228, pago 134. Dated December
K Matsumnto to I. N'nse; chattel
mortgage: two intiles, dray nnd hnr-
ness. Mnlillll. Honolulu, Oahu, 1100.
Hook 230, page 175. Dated January 6,
Recorded January 6, 1902.
O. Segclkcn to It T. Marsh; ro-
leaso; portlon.H P 1122. Kill. 529.
Pawaa, Honolulu, Oahu, $1SU0. Hook
IOC. pago 111. Dated January 7, 1902
Weekly edition of the Bulletin $1 a
IN THE CIHCUIT COUItT FIRST
Circuit. Territory of ntiwall At Cham
tiers, in rrobnte In tho Matter of
tho Estnto of Samuel joiiaiiowitz, of
Honolulu, Oahu, Deceased. On Head
Ing and Filing tho Petition nnd Ac
counts of tho administrator ot tho es
tato of said deceased, wherein ho asks
that his nceounts he examined nnd ap
proved, unci that a final order bo mado
ot distribution of thu property rcmnln
ing in his hands to the persons thereto
entitled, and discharging him from nil
further responsibility ns such Admin
istrator, It is Ordered that Friday, tho
I4in nay or luiiruary. A D 1902. at 10
o'clock a m , nt thu Court Room of
thu said Court at Honcmilu, Island of
Oahu, bo and tbo sumu heieby Is up
pointed as thu tlmo ami plaeo for hear
ing said Petition nnd Accounts, nnd
Mint all persons Inte rested may then
mid thero appear mid show cnuso, If
an) thuy havo, why i.,o same should
not bu grunted, mid may picsent evi
dence as to win) nro entitled tu the
Honolulu, January 4 1902.
By the Court
2IU7 Jim fi. 13, 2(1 .'7. Clerk.
IN CIHCUIT COURT. SECOND
Circuit. Territory eit, niiwtill. In Pro
bate, nt Chambers In ro Matter of
Guardianship tif bun Choy, Young
Cboy, and Ah Tung, thu minor chll
dun nt Kou Kill (eh) alias Akin, latu
of Pain, Maul, eleceased Intestate Or
der of Notice of Petition for Guardian
ship On Heading ami t-iiingtho I'etl
ti'iu of Knu Aslu (eh), )ouiiger broth
er cit'de ceased, of Pain, Maul, alleging
that dee cancel died lutestalo on Do
t ember 10th, Will, nt I'nla, Maul,
alnresald, lemvlng tho a novo mention
ed minora without -a guardian, nnd
pr.ulng that Letters of tiiiardlanshtii
I Ibbiio lo.lilm. tin-nald petitioner. It is
r ciuleied Hint 'Ibtirmlay. January 23d.
, 12, nt 10 o'clock u. m ho and hereby
l appointed for hearing Bale) petition
In I he- Couit Doom ol this Court at
, ullul.ii Maul, niorcralcl, at which
t iiiicv uopeiti .niu siiiiw e aiihe, u tin)
tie. bine why K-ild petition should
not be giuiitid; and iiuthir Hint Apu
I ill ml of ltiiiiiihikiii. Mnul nforn-
Iriild v liuuiif eiecensiMl. he tiled
npp ai uud nnswer tit a petition nt snld
I time unci plate liiliiging Willi Her the
tin inliiiii chllilii'ii nforenienttoned.
Dated W'uilukii, Mnul, Dceeuibur .10,
- IP i
lly thu Ceiurt:
(,. I ISlg JAS. n. K. KEL.I..V.
I SEAL I ,i Cleik
tu 2u37 Jnnj;. 1320,
THE AMOUNT PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
HOME TOO. w ..
At the er.trancs
to the Famouf
lao Vallev. ani
easy access U
volcano In ttw
for Tourists nd
ISLAND OF MAUI.
The undersigned having been dtilT
nppnlnted ndmlnlstrntur of the estatr
nt II P Meer. deceased, late of Ka
lae. Moloknl. notice- Is hereby given to
nil persons having claims against said
estate to present them duly authenti
cated to the undersigned within six
months frotn date-, or they will be for
ever barred, and all persons Indebted
to the said estate are requested to
iraki- Immedlnte painent to me at K
Ine. Molokal. or to II. It. Hitchcock. Ho- -nolulu.
OTTO S. MEYER.
Administrator of tho Estate of 11. P.
Honolulu, January 7, 1902.
2038 Jan. 7, 13, 18. 23. 27; Feb. 6.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit. Territory of Hawaii. In
Probate, nt Chambers. In tho Matte-r
ot thu Estate of (John Da Costa, latr.
of Kaliuku, Oahu deceased Tint Pe
tition and accounts of the Administra
tor of said deceased, wherein ho asks
turn ins accounts bo examined and ap
proved, and Hint a final order bo made
of ellstiibiitlou of the property remain
ing in his hands to the persons tberct.
entitled, and discharging him from U
nirilier responsibility ns such Ailmli
istrntor having this dav been filed, ft
Ik ordered thnt FRIDAY, tho 14th dar
of FEBRUARY. A D 1902, at 1
o'clock a. m. at Chambers, In tho
Court House, at Honolulu, bo and the
same hereby Is nppolntcd as tho timet
and plaeo for hearing said Petition
and Accounts, nnd that nil persons la-
icresteu may then and thero niiDoar
and show cause, If an) they have, why
uie suiiic siiouni not no granted.
Honolulu. January G, A. 1), 1902.
By thu Court
J. A THOMPSON.
2037 Jnn G, 13. 20, 27.
ELCCTION OF OFFICERS.
At n meeting of the Club Stables.
Limited held nt their office. Fort
"trect, Honolulu, yesterda), January
7th, 1902, tbo following officers were
D. P. R. Isenberg . ..President
H. H. Perry Vice President
W. E. Belllna Secretary
C. H. Oelllna Treasurer
J. Carrelro Auditor
The above constitute the Board ot
Directors. W. E BELLINA.
Secretary Club Stnbles, lad.
Honolulu January Mb, 1902.
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tho 15th Inst., nnd per Sttsmshl
AORANOI, duo to sail for the Colo
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passage by the former boat not latex
than Monday, the Cth Inst., and for
tho latter not later thnn Thursday,
tho 9th Inst. CANADIAN-AUSTRALIAN
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