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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II T. TUESDAY. JAN. II, 1902.
Do joii want to bo strong' Do ou
want to fi'vl the vim, the snap nnd lire A
ot manly vigor' Do )otl want courage e
energy and ambition to support ou In &
your cams nml troubles? X
I have devoted my life to the elevel X
opment of manly and womanly vigor T
nc made a great buc-
cess. My methods arc Y
approved b tno great- y
est doctors and copied.
I've proved that elec
trlrlt Is the basis ot all
animal life and that
"tfealt men." dyspep
tics, rheumatics, surfer
crs from lost energy,
weak kidneys, pains In the
back, head, chest and shout
ilcrs from vnrlcoeelo and Its
nlllcd weaknesses, etc, are
weak In electricity My Elcc
trie licit rcstoies this life In
a few weeks and cures eer
Dr. McLaughlin's Electric
Describe our case to me
and If I say I can euro you I
will guarantee to do so.
Drugs won't restore jour Btrcngth. They only stimulate If
you hao to tako a stimulant, take whisky. Taken In moderation,
It docs less uarm thnn the others.
"Every sign of pain and sickness has disappeared. I appre
ciate what jour Dclt has done for me," writes J. Schnarz, Cole
ridge, Trinity County, Cal.
I will gladly send you my book free on this subject. It has 82
pages of meat to pcoplo who want moro "fire." Sealed, free.
Dr. M. H. McLaughlin, S SKMi:
4. TT'V N.
f -ff 7m
t AY WW
Beretnnln St., near cor. ot Kmma
For a gooJ
place to bay WALL
PAPERS. You don't
need any telescope to
see that we have the
in this city,
Lines of Travel.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers ot this line will arrive and lcavo this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
VENTUIIA JAN. 22
ALAMEDA FED. 1
SIERRA FEB. 12
ALAMEDA FED. 22
BONOMA MAR. 6
VENTURA MAR. 2li
ALAMEDA APRIL 6
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA JAN. 15
SIERRA JAN. 21
ALAMEDA FEU. 6
SONOMA FEB. 11
ALAMEDA FEB. 26
VENTURA MAR. 4
ALAMEDA MAR. 19
SIERRA MAR. 25
ALAMEDA APRIL 9
In connection with the sailing or tho arjovo steamers, tne agents are pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from Ban Francisco to all points In tho United States, and from New
Tork by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin k Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AQENT8 OCEANIC 8. 3. CO.
' 1 ' r i , . ..&$$.w'& Instruments Filed for Record January
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CRESCEUS. KING OF TROTTERS, AS HE APPEARED DURING HIS
RECENT ATTEMPT TO LOWER HIS OWN RECORD.
The nttimpl I" drive tin cum t'riMcu tin wmlds ilintiipliiu turn.
fAMr thin his iHlnlilNhcd luud ir J u.'i, i.i(, iilinul.d wide IliteliM. 'I Ills
j.litrrc hIiovvm tin f'.ilv sliillinn us he iippe.m im the trill, dilvm hj I1I9
jwur Mr Cuu.'i Ken bun
I Oi-o IIosh I Buck 1
Instruments riled for Record January
'l MiilKal llavvn Itenlt.v & Ma
uuii Co I Id . Mle
II Ponlnii -Chiis I'ooloa et nl .1).
Mi. It K Trlpp-H O Dunford Mtif
Recorded January 3, 1002.
I M It Abolo and husband to I'.
Sir mill partition dei d portion It 1'.
r4! Kill S71'l. Kupnl una, Honolulu,
On.iu Hook Z.il pace .. liatid Jan
iai .! l'Jiiol.
T Slrnmh and hubnnd to M It.
liolo- partition deed, poitlon H P.
1lil Km b'l'l. Kapalnm.i Honolulu,
(liliu llimk 1!3 1 paei . Datid Jan
uarj ,1, 1902.
I I I.ue to Mrs A L. Rue deed,
I time pleicu land. Lninin stnet Hono
I lulu Onhu. t2 Book 221 page 9
I Dat.d Aiiguot 1!S, llil'l.
Moeil.i to P Kalelmamahil deed:
,111(1 lest In It P 7157 Kill. ibC'l. Wat-
nlmle Kniiliiipoko, Onhu; $i Book
1 231 piK'1 11 luted November 22,
I PulUoli to Lehua. deed, Ap 2 It
P 101" Kill uMi, Wulaholt Koolau
I pnko O.iliu J.'-, Hook 231 page 12
IMtuI Ik-icmucr 13. 1901.
Recorded January 6, 1002.
Egtato S. N Castle. Limited to J.
II Kclinndc, exiliangu deed portion
Kill 2293, Printers lane. Honolulu Oa
till. Jl Book 229. pago 323 Dated
IVbrnari 1C. 1901.
J II. Kcliniuk and wire to cetata
N Cattle, Limited exrliancti
I. portion Kill 2C3. Young street.
At Unit time I Honolulu, Oulitl, )1. Book 229, pago i
vmih In eluirge of the telegraph hure.m'323 Dattd February 16, 1901. I
-rt.. i i,.i. ..i ,i ..,.i,. in Hi,. M'nr lirimri nipnt. We nnu I'linai in L. II .viaKce ueed u r i
RU lllf iili
Edward Rosewatcr of the Oiu.i'
STEEL SMOKE STACKS
TMI PLACE OF lillHI
Steel smukestaiks." talil a man whu
builds them, "aro not qulto so com- Bee, has been In Waslilngon mirm
men as stovepipes, hut theic aro man the past ween.
thousands of them, ranging In slzo! "Llnioln," said Mr llusevviitu i
up to loftj stacks ten and twelve feet few nights ago, "was the first Pre.- s
In dlamiler. standing In this country,' dent I was privileged to meet. It was ,,t..
and thousands of new ouis arc built, during the Civil war.
and ct up every vear,
.., ...i.i, t..., iir.. .., ' ri.i,r .!.. nn.l nielli nt fever hp I T.13. Wnloll Hamlel. Kau.il 2o0
.. . - i .. i t. ... nt !, ..1l ,. HOOK -.J pa
You have paid for two or three homes during your lifetime.
Especially If you have been paying rent; and we regret thai
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. .
We have now on sale lots In the beautiful Puupuec Tract,
which contains the finest suburban property In Honolulu, This
tract commands a magnificent view of mountains and ocean, has
macadamlted streets, artesian water, and the electric car line
pastes through the property. For any further Information regard
ing prices, terms, etc., address
ISLAND REALTY CONIP'Y
2CM .IUDD UUIL.OINCJ.
fl '".'imiHIH i,i,i, .... -y- i T
brick stack Is tvvcntj times that of iilm uml when the news came of the fall of , ,, j,,7".'
of steel, but the steel slack ots far Vlrkslmrg 1 rtmemuir mat we seni a, nIna)va ,in,i f0 to t, k
I'M to beclu with, It uu be far moia messeiigei out for a can "I ui nr inoe, died, It P 2lul, Kill
ea.ilv traiistiorted It can be nut im iciurte it was lontrurv to the rul n f lu-p, Koolauitoko Oitiu
la prartliiill) no time nt all, nnd, for the oflke to drink nnithiliB of thr kh i .'29 pagi JJV Dlteil I)
that matt, r, If It should be desluibl.-. tl.cre hut we were i-xn uisieii an I. , "?' . r ,,,, , ,,
It can be us',uidil taken down vvi.ha. so Jubilant over ""'-LZ Um.l d '''nor? a I' " o" r-
Chimiujs of the smaller dlameteiH news that we coiildn t rcslft " tloI11) u ! 3wS and 1920. Kill 577
are kept in stock, like mcriliandlie, timptatlun to Indulge In this rtfrri.ii-( Kin,. Klr,,0, ii,,,,,,,,!,, onhu, linooi!
and the imitirlal for toe linger ihl',1- Pient Wo were passing ine nun, i und advnnees to $10i',000 Bonk 23
neys Is kept on hind In such n forwnrl around whin, to our astonishment s id
state of pripaiallou that ehimnevs of alarm, in strode the President who
these sl7es maj be supplied in very had come to look over our dlsp.itiln at
short order. ' fln,t lll,m' Yo" r,,n liniiglne our c n -
"For Instance, we keen smokestacks liarriissment. 'I here wus no iim -f
At the er.tranci
to the Famous
lao Vatlev. and
easy access to
volcano In tht
WorU. . - -
for Tourists and
MAUI HOTEL, JUSS'.
A. T. HACHNKAMP. Mnnagcr.
' SEmil NO i
BE Wit AFFAIRS
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 CHINA JAN. 20
GAELIC JAN. 28 DORIC JAN. 31
HONGKONQ MARU FEB. 6 NIPPON MARU FEU. 8
CHINA FEB. 14
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a... ...... ...... ......... ...... a,.... a..... aaaaaa ... ...... ......
.... ...... ...... ......... ...... ...... ...... ...... ......... ......
up to at liast two fict In dlumilti al
ways on hand iciiiipleteil and read) fur
delivery. If wcj lould pcrsonnll hnml.ci
them, and It were possible for the pur
chaser to earrj one awuj. we rould
hand him out u steel smokestack of
that dlamitcr and ot nuv length re
quired, Just as piomptl) as we en ild
hand over a hammer or a wrench
"Larger sizes can be supplied with
almost equal promptness. Tor the slzti
most In demand we keep at the mill,
stacked up lu gieat timber rail;,
plates of the various sizes required al
ready bent and with the rivet holci
pumbed. read) to put together Wo
can put a ihiinne) of mi) size two
ft tt In diameter n ten ftet, on tl.c
cars In vi) short order
"In Bhlpplug them, steel smoke sin. ka
In sizes up to twent)-fom inches dl
ani"tcr, nnd fiiqiiintl) In various
larger size, too are sent icimplete, e
cept thut the) are divided In length
to go in a car, hut when .Mill git up to
chimnejH of four feet and ovir in di
ameter the) arc more iciinmonl) ship
ped knocked down, to tive freight.
'Thus n four foot steel smokestack
ionic! ordinarily be shipped In scitlon
the length of a mr. Thehc sections di
vided Toiifiltudlnall) Into h.uves, like
great steel troughs. Those of coume
are nested Uwllicr, and two lengths
page 2,i Dated l)ecinihi r 31, 1901
Ng Moil hill lo Chung Sing deed.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
H. HYCKFIBLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of tho above line, running In connection wlta tho CANADI
AN PAOIFIC RAILWAY CO. betwoen Vancouver. D. C, nnd Sydney, N.B.vV.,
and calling at Victoria, D. 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 Sydney.)
AORANOI JAN. 18
MOANA FED. 15
f-rom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria und Vancouver, IJ. C.)
MOANA JAN. 15
atti inptlng to deny or lonieal V tin J
been caught by the Chief Kxetiitlva
He had seen the tell-tale inn, and al
though this was uuw practical!) iiupt).
Lincoln was ton shrewd n man urn to
know that we were all guilt) of Uu
kiting one of the strictest orders ut tint
War Department. Hut he anVctul it
first not to notlic Coming over to my
lustruniint he askid to see tin' Int. st
dlspntch He read It slowly, handed It
back, and, turning to the minting' r,
who hid bieu hoping for a favorahk)
moment tu maxu his isiape with th
can Lincoln naked:
"What have )ou In that bucket''
"Answering for the Martini nicsatii
gei cplnlncil what wi h.'d turn .
' 'An) beer lift'' said the President
"I told him Unit we had drunk It all.
"'Here, said Lincoln, pulling a
twcnt.v-Hve cent piece fiom his pock
et, go ami till It up again' bo savin i
he turned again to the ten grams. Tli
uiesbcngcr arrived with cho heir, mil
Ml Lincoln looked up nnd told him
to pass It mound.
"'.Mr President' I ventured to sa),
'If I get a glass will )ou not do us the
gnat honor tu share the beer with in
""Never mind the glass,' he milled;
'I'll di Ink when It comes my turn.
'Of eotiisi' we till Insisted that he
deed, one third of lot 9 block 2 Pearl
City, l.wn, Oalm, $95 Hook 231. pago
13J Dated Jantiai) 2. 19i2.
Halle and husband to P. Mnnuahl;
deed, Ap 2. It P 2123. Kill 2311,
Wiilheo Koolaupoko Onhu $M1 Hook
2.11 page 131 Dated Jnnuary K 1902.
Recorded January 7, 1902.
.1 1'errelrn to T Robinson:
lee d nil real nnd personal property.
Rook 231 page 133 Dated January 6,
llecky Cockelt nml husband (Joe)
tu W (1. Scott, deed, lot 3, Market
streit extension, Uallukti. .Maul;
Jfiuo. Hook 229. page 32C Dated All
list 3, 19'H.
II I) Wlshard to M Johnson:
dee-el, portion II P 1823, Kill 3371.
Knpnln. Honomiiiilu Kauai. 11. Iinnl.
231 pago 13. Dated December 2S, 1901
t a mei'tliig eif the Club Stables,
Limited held at their iiillii' Fort
Seattle Jan 1 A matte, of Impor- ( slt.,, , Honolulu )eslerehi), January
taure that Is being consldierd b the 7th 190. the following o III cits were
Committee on National Affalri, of the "lie led
D. p. H. Isenbern President
J. Carrelro . ... Auditor
Tile above constitute tin' Hoard of
Dirt-Hum W E HI.I.I.INA.
Secretar) Club Stubles. Ltd.
Honolulu, January Stli. 1902.
one third of hit 9 block 2. Pearl City. u...,nin r-hnmi. r nf r.nnnie-rrn l iln-
Ng Mon S.il te. Chong Wall Tong: flfr on lpHr f.,,K" At " rrtcnt, m.',lt- C. H. Bclllna
thus nested will bo side by 'side on a take the llrst drink, and with n im-s-freight
car. Sh-ioot or eight-foot or ""Re still clutched In nls right hand
bigger chlmnev would be divided telling how Grant had won the grat
longitudinally Into thirds, and like-1 victor), President Lincoln grasped tho
wise nested. In this wa) )ou can bucket with both hands, and, tipping 11
carry what will bo when set up a bin up drank heartily,
and tall ehlmiic), on a single freight "We all belle vtel as the President
enr I did, that the capitulation of the South-
Steel chlmni- that have got to bo , era stronghold marked the turning
packed or wagon-hauled before reach-' point of the war nnd nfttr tho many
Inu theli final destination, as ovir Northern reveisis the news of so
mountains, a if made up In pirts of signal a triumph for the Federal arm
such sizes as a mule can carry or J. bad awakened our prcifiuiudcnt grnti
mule team can haul. tiirte mid patriotism And to have our
"Smokestucks foi export, of whit- belnvnl Pre hide nt sharing our simple-,
ever sizes me nil shipped knoikid though ceintrab.mil celebration was u
down; me-asurcment and not weight j me red thing tu us When he had
counting on ocean fielghts If It la finished drinking Mi Lincoln Innde-il
desired we semi nun to irect starki th can lo me It Is Imagination, no
nn)whne doubt but 1 have- nevir sitae tast-d
"Probabl) thn steel smokestack i bm i-o refreshing lis thai was, nnd as
most familial to the i)e whin seen s for the- can. moiiev c-oulcl not linvo
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
d all general information, apply to turopo. For Freight and Passago an
Thco. H. DavleB & Co., Ltd., GenM Agents.
It Is ill mnm situations supported by
t,uy wires, hut there mi- now erectidi
many big sttil chlinne)s that are sell1 I
supporting Some of thec big steel'
thlmne)s are built itrnlght-sldi-el. Tliev
nie big oilfillers of uniform illumet. i.
set on end ami otheis have n slight
bciuflit It from the messtngrr ' -
Recorded January 7, 1902.
in I ii
Sehtinrk, deed Ap 3 Grant 177. Pa.
wan, Honolulu Onhu $.1000 Rook
23l. page- 130 Dated Mnreh 30. 1901
Hnwallun Cnmmerc Inl H Sugar
t onipan) lo Aloha l.odge No 3 K of
P. de-eel, one fourth acre Innd Mill
stre-e-t. Wallukii Maul, $1 Rook 231,
Pigo 137 Dated September 2.". 1901
Recorded January 8, 1902.
N K Wilson and wife to O Segel
km, mortgage, portion R. p 442;
Kill, r.29, Pnwna, Honolulu, Oalm, ..
52" .nn.00k 230 llae J'8 Ua'eil July
D. Nagatanl to N Ishisnkn! rlinii,.i
mortgago; leasehold, Ilvo stock, etc
Pauoa, Honolulu. Oahu; $1000. Hook
230. pago 181. Dated January 7. 1902.
A Trnsk and wife to J Andrado;
m"r,,B,a,K?: Portion It P 2C79, Kill.
Jla . Kakaako, Honolulu. Oahu. $2000
io""ik 230' inK0 ,8:- I)atcd Janunry 1
C Ilrown to W. J White, release;
lOIH 07 77 and 7ft. Paunn irntit llnnA.
I lulu Oahu. $2000 Honk 21K niva
101 Dated Jnniiar) fi, 1902.
C A nrown to J A Maeoon-
Hv P D. poweis granted Jul) 28,
1S9, Hook 162 page 3d Dated Jnn
uar) 1: 1902
Recorded January 9, 1902.
(' Alll-ll to 11 11 IV..n,ti r
lease, leasehold hulldlnus. elr ne.nr
viiiejnru sirfet Honolulu Oahu $100
Hook 170, page- fl Duteil January 9.
C Ilolte to Kuna. release, R, p
Son Kill I0IS1 Kallim, Interest In
R P 2S29, Kul Mil, Knncohe Koo
Inupoko, Onhu, $150 Rook 187 page!
323 Datid Januir) S, 1902
Ing of the Chamber a lommiiniratlon
was lead from the Denver Clumber nl
Commirie containing a petition to tills
effect to the President nf the I'nltfd
.States nml asking the cooperation of
the Seattle body.
The Denver communication states
that the Industry has beeu started In
the West under the supposition that
the present tariff was to he continued
mid that It It Is reduced the new indiis
tr) will he throttled. The growing of
sugir beets Is stntrd to be of Impor
tance also to the Stnte of Washington
SerrcUr) Melklc of the local chamber.
In discussing thn matter said
"There Is a beet sugar factor) In this
State nt Wnverl) nnd two, I believe.
In Oregon, at Pendleton and Ut Grande
The fanners of Eastern Washington
have been making experiments In rais
ing sugar beets, and have thus fur
been ver) successful Washington
beets are of a ver) superior quality,
containing from II to 15 per rent of
saccharine matter About 12 per cent
Is necessar) to make thn Industr.v pay
In Nebraska there arc two factories In
operation, assisted b) a bounty from
the Stnte. The result of the bounty Is
the establishment of a big Industry.
The beets raised In Washington are ol
n superior qunllt) to those grown In
Notice is hereby given that intend
ing pnssenge-rs per Steamship MO
ANA, due to sail for Vancouver on
tin- 15th Inst, nnd per Steamship
AORANOI. due tn sail for the Colo
nils on the IStli Inst, must apply for
passage by the former boat not later
than Mondn), tho tith Inst., and for
the- latter not Inter than Thursday,
the 0th Inst - ('...sADIAN AUSTRA
LIAN STEAMSHIP LINE
THEO II DAVIEt. eS. CO, LTD.
203C If Agents.
-.hiluiie) bowevci Is annul 11 thn
pbnsiilioius and sulphiu fumes fiom
the burning enal If the Hies tuc lun
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
8. 8. OREGONIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about Dec. 20.
8. 8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, to sail about Jan. 20.
8. S. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail during February.
From San Francisco 8. S. HYADES, 3,000 tons, to sail Jan. 4 for Honolulu.
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South Brooklyn, ul
all times, For further particulars, apply to
C. P. AlORSB,
General Frelaht AaenL H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
toper. Sucli steel ihltiine)s as th-0 ln su" n nn n8 "' m "''' ll P'"""'''"
stand upon solid miisonr) foundations, o npplj It there Is nnthlr that will
nnd the chimin-) s themselves arc line! uol' lm,rc '" Prolong the ste-l smoke
with firebrick Itli.ck's life thin paint applied at tho
'It Is u curious and Interesting fact r"-l'r Interv lis and In -,oj solium it
that while the modern big atcil ihlin- Ml"1" " "'
lit) Is lined with liielirlek then niu "
now sometime b built, In modern ciij . -iilc tvn Uiilated New Yoikers must
buildings, brick Hues lined with steel, l(ll,i Uth env) uf the elegant dluuern
the object being tu make a flue that Bvin heie this season of the )tar b)
shall be safe while occ up) Ing the least th) .New England Soe let) the MlttQiirl
possible tpace. Ibculet). the Ohio soelcl), nnd so in-
I he life of 11 .it'll i-niokiHtui k d
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
One- Huudrid Dollars ($100.00) re
ward will he paid to any person giv
ing Information which will lend to tho
urre-st mid conviction of tho parties
who stole n registered mall pouch
from the- steamer Ktnnii on or about
Sntiirda), De-timber 21st.
C. L. WIOHT.
20JC tt President.
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
I THE BULLETIN '
leuilsiju 11.an things l.cavlug 'il of
lonsldi-r.itlnn the lilg fin hili-k-lliied
stacks whhli will stand '1 r nintiv )i uis,
II may lie hi Id that If a siiic it of ono
rlxtetnth of 1111 iuili thiikipbH e,f uu
ttrhil will last in a given In ulitv mil
use two )eiirs one of inuurl.il m 11
eighth of mi Inch In th kni won e
stand In the sime plan ten 01 tweU'
cnrs stack uf n gl n tlit ku a
would last twin as lung nt a tin Inlimi
point as it would If huujiiti-d ,() tho
corroding Inriuences of wit all
"'Iho ugenc) mott doitrintlve- 10 tin-
two h.oii othirn -clnl
New . 01k Cuuimir
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coallnga Oil
Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, completely sur
rounded by as rich oil producing wells
as there aro In thu Statu, yielding from
50 to 250 barrels pur day.
Contract prices for oil at the Coa.
ingn wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With twenty-ilvo producing wells of
ion barn-Is each per day, you can
make your own calculation as to
Tho oil Industry of California Is In
Its Infancy, yet many fortunes have
been niado by Judicious nnd lucky In
vestments In oil stork. Many more
will bo raadn In tho near future.
Tho uvcrago advauiu on original
l-'s 01 oil stock In twenty limdlmj
companies In California bus boon
Irnm $1 to $10S per share
Oil IiiiiIh have advance-il from $1.26
to $1,000 nnd $2 000 per u. re
When tho Pacific t'nleiu Oil Com
pnnv has a number ol producing wells
uu Its property Its stock will hnve
the- H.imii show for ovtn 11 greater ad
viiiiiu. us soinei oil stock has advanced
fiom $1 to $1,5011 per shun-
Tho Pacific- Union OH Company nm
no snlarltd olllcerr, unit is controlled
ii) well known gentlc-ine-n nt lutegrll
4 Im will se-i- IhM the- inone) derived
iriiui the suh of stoik will he le-gltl
nun 1 applied to the development of
-Is piopi if)
Pur lurthcr information appl) to J
II I'lrilll.H ev. CO Stock nml ItcinJ
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
The- unilenelgned beg to advise ship
pe rs that until further notice the ratee
of freight from San Francisco to Ho
nnltitu h) stciimerH 01' (ho OCEANIC
Si'EAMSIHP COMPANY will bo $3.l0
per ton NET
WM (1 IRWIN . CO.. LTD.
Colli Age nt Oceanic Steamship Co
Honolulu, miliary 10, 1902.
A speclul meeting of the stockhold
ers of Jos Hnrtmnn &. Co Ltd. wi.i
he held on Wedne-sdn), January 15,
190.', at 10 o'clock a 111. nt their of
fice llethel street, Wau-rle-) block.
J S AZEVKDO.
Secretar) Jos Hiirtmniin & Co, Ltd.
Honolulu. January 10 1902.
Ileforo civilized man had lieird or
dreamed of it, Kicknpoo Indlun Oil
wus healing tho wounds, relieving nnd
curing tho uches and pnlns of the Rid
Man. Heforo civ I Ized man had hciud
of It, It kept the natives In perfect
health. And since civilized man hue
known It, tho category ofeur es htm
buome voluminous. No other m dl
clno has raado such cures. In win..
Klikiipoc) Indian Oil Is nature- rem.
ly. and nature stands buck f I, w ,-' 'l .hi
Rlaiik books of nil description do
eigne d and mndc ut the r.VENINll
HILLETINS Job Ofiltx
druggist has It, or can get It Insl
on getting tho genuine Kltkiiptii lu
ellan Oil. Hobrcm Drug Co . iigeni-, for
Klikapoo Indian Ri-medleH
' nd lira) gentlemen cried tho af-
ler ellnnei speaker tragically, "what
(would thh- iiullon he wltliout the little
lb llo '"
1 Stjg-nillon )ou bounder'" shouted
the Che 11 ful hiiot and tho tiimblors'
Ii iltein - ihunilired uuiinlmous up
I mi- -lull I'liimiiL' 111 tile- litiJ
sub of a Umiii'd iimiuiiit of Pnc'flc
I'lilon fill romp.cn) ftoek. btiini,n
Anld building Mere hunt street
Veekl) edition of the Bulletin $1 a
1 Business Notices.
I DOWERS' MF.RCHANT PATROL
I viglil wiiKhnieu furnlslieil for bull I
iu;,s bieetn- r pitiperl) mid residence r
Ittlllelers will do -te-ll tn eonsult Hov
era If, n-Gurel to watchmen
The miiiunl meeting of the stock
holders of the Pacific- (lunnu t Fer
tilizer Ceimpnii) will he held on Mon
ehi). Jmiunry 20th 1102, at 11 o'clock
a 111 . nt the olllce of II llackfeld cv.
Co, Ltd llonoliilii F. KLAMP.
2012 3t Secretary.
IN1 HE CIRCt'ir COLRT OF THE
Sieciiul Circuit. Territory of Hawaii.
At Chambers, lu Probate. In tho Mnt-ti-r
of thn Estate of Ah Kama (th),
late of Knmiilo, Molokal, cleieased lu
te Bltite He-fore Judge Joun W Knlua
On rending nnd filing the- petition of
Ami It 111. brother of cle-ceuseil, of Ka
mr.lo Molokal alleging thn. Ah Kama
lib) of Kniniihi tifonsald, dle-d Intes
tate at said Knmnlo on -1 e- 2ith day
of lul). 1901 leaving property In this
Iiirltot) necessar) to be ndmlnlstcred
upcin, and prioliig thn Li-ticm of Ad-
niluislrntloii issue to said Ami (ill),
pctlthiui r it Is oidt-red that Thuis
da), tin- tith da) of February, 1902, at
10 u'c lot k n 111 lie nud hurchv Is n. h
potuled fin hearing satu Petition In
the t'uiirt Ilooin m this Court ut Wnl
luku Maul at which 1111103011 place
all persons ccince-rncd may nppcnr and
show i.iiin' ir mi) they hnvo, why
said Pe-tltion should not be grnnti-d.
(Snil) lly the- Court
(Signed) JAS N. K. KEOI.A,
Dated Wnlluku Maul, Dec. 19. 1901.
203' Dec. 31, Jan 7. 14, 21.