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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 15, 1902
Joyful News for Weak Men
To Men Who Have Been
Robbed by Quacks.
To Men who have Drugged
To Men who have lost Fallh '
Tn men who arc wonk nntl
ilebllltnted. not only from
the effects of a drain upon
the Itnllty. but from execs- ,
sle drugging, from ruining,
the most delicate organs of ,
the body with poisonous (
chemicals; to men whose
faith In doctors and rcmc '
dies of all kinds has been '
destroed by the fnlluro of
every remedy that has been
tried to all men who are
sick of medicines which
nocr cure, I say .
Stop Drugglngl 4
Stop Dosing Yourself.
Nature calls for new
t strength, anil you will never ho cured until you Btipply that strength
iiu is uui luunu in urngs, nn ui which uru teiiipuiiery Buiiuiiauis. i ne
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wnat tue body lias lost, and wnat it must get nacK. .My
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Stomach, and all those physical and vital Weaknesses Confusion of '
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It has cured thousands every year after cery other known remedy
FREE IIOOK. I will send you my beautifully Illustrated book ,
with full information free. Write now. Don't delay.
Dr. n.H. McLaughlin, SERXSj.!.
Bcretnnla St., near cop. ot limnin
For a Rood
place to buy WALL
need any telescope to
see that we hive the
in this city.
George Rosa Held
On Murder Charge
The Coroners Jurj In the case of tho
death of Joseph Itosa, met at the po
lite station last night and examined
the following Joe McKlnnon, night
clirk at the receiving ctatlon. Dr
Shorey, food Inspector and chemist,
Dr J T Mncdonald who performed
the autopsy on the bodj after It had
been exhumed from the Catholic rcmc
ttr, Dr. AUarez, the phjslclan whj
handed In a certificate of death bj al
coholism, Willie Keawe, th man nho
gnc the first Informatlnn, Louis Rich
ard Rosa, the thirteen-) cat -old son of
the deceased Joseph Ilos.i and Mrs.
llon. wife of the deceased After due
deliberation, the Jur tendered the fol
lowing crdlot, High ShciliT llrowu
acting as Coromr:
' That tho slid Joe Hoa lame to his
death In Honolulu Island of Oahu on
tht 13th rtn of Jnnuai) A. D 1902 as
the result of nn Injur) to the skull
caulng the formation of a blood-clot
and consequent pressure on the lir.ila;
said injury so this Jur believes helni!
the result of a blow ftom some shHrp
pointed Instrument In the bauds of j
person to this Jur unknown.
"A M. DKOWN,
Co ron i' r.
"0 II Cl'ltTIS
"WILLIAM C. sciixi:ii)i:it,
"HERlll.ItT JI AYHI3S.
"W T SARIN
"WILLIAM V WILDER."
Held for Murder.
As a result of the in-.i'ullgntlnns of
the Coroner's Jurj l-t night, lioorgj
Itrfa, brother of the dceer.eil. who tun
aittael admitted linlns had n vtloin
(parrel with his deceased brother oij
Saturday night. Is belnir held by Hlh
Shtritf Hrown on tho rt,nrg of mur
der In the first degree Mr lloosi
who was only held for Investigation
wns allowed last night '.j Mum to her
home and children. 1 her was no el
den e brought out at the inquest that
would go toward establishing the ldtn-
tlt of the person who struck Joseph! Willie Kenwc testified that last Sun
Hum the blow on the head that laid da morning he went to call at Ho-.i -
house, nnd while there asked (leorgn
how he had scratched his head (leorge
arrived at the house, Joo ltosa in In
his room Mrs Rosa was in bed lln
notlred tint there were blood stalm
on the pillow under Joe Rosa s bead
The mm was In n stupor and could not
be entlrii'v aroused. Ills limbs seemul
to be stlfftnlng, the smell of llciuoi wait
vcrj Btrong It seemed to bo a rase of
poisoning by nlcohol. There w.i nn
How of blood from tho wound over tho
Tho man w,i9 naked except for tint
bedding Ills body was re rati bed In
many places but the marks were super
ficial The wound over the temple ap
peared to In nothing but n snatch
The blood on the wound was dried ,i
little He asked fJeorgo Ron bow tho
wounds had eome about and the reply
was that Joe had becomo ver violent,
making It nceessar to hold blm down
lie afterwards admitted tlui tere bad
been a fight An Injection of stiveh
nine wns ndtnlnistcred nnd the doe tin
As to the Certificate.
The witness went on to hh Hint
rarl the next morning Oeoige uune to
his house and said that his lirotln r wai
drail, nnd asked for a death certllliate
Witness said that he must first repoir
tho case to the president of the Hoard
of Health. He did so, nnd later on Is
sued the certificate Ho went to !)
Sloggett and told him of ihc case ask
ing him what was best to he done un
der the circumstances. Dr Sloggett
said that tights and rows weie com
nion in the district in which the death
had occurred, but that If there wen
any Indications o' there having been
foul play the death certificate should
After this interview, he went to tin
Rosa house nnd examined the boilv
He Bnw nothing that would lead liliu
to believe that death had been e.iusisl
bj any wound He only looked at the
wound on the forehead but did no
Keawe Saw Blood.
Lines of Travel.
Some Previous Trouble.
Mfcht Clerk McKlnnon was the (list
retdletl that hn liriil bnd n debt with
I . T. . . ..... .
He stated that nlioul ,or- " Bal" "IU J0C """ ''" "" u"
' ucu appjremi asleep nun tnai inn
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
.VENTURA JAN. 22
ALAMEDA FED. 1
SIERRA FEB. 12
ALAMEDA FEU. 22
BONOMA MAR. 6
VENTURA MAR. 2C
ALAMEDA APRIL 6
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA JAN. 15
SIERRA JAN. 21
ALAMEDA . FED. 5
SONOMA FED. 11
ALAMEDA FED. 2G
VENTURA MAR. 4
ALAMEDA MAR. 19
SIERRA MAR. 25
ALAMEDA APRIL i)
In connection with tne salting ot trio ntjove steamers, me agents are pre
tared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all poluts In tho United States, and from New
Xork by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co,, Ltd.
QENERAL AQENT8 OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
thvt . mniltliu nirn tlwr,. hnil liAnti .1
flkht between Hie deceased and his Wrc 1""0'1 8,"1H "" ,l,e """" ,as"
brother (tncrirn .liirln.. tlw. .mirsn nf. Ho staved In the house until he had
wlii'h the former was glutted with a
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 8AN FRANCISCO.
Pi. Shorey testified to bavins' ex
amined the ((intents of the stomaih of
the deceased 1 hero was not n truce
of alcohol although he did not wish
thin fact to lmplv, ueiLSsurll. that
the man hud not been drinking heavily
prior to his death It wns possible for
considerable ulcoholic liquid to have
been taken Into the stomach and, at
the tame time, for no trace to be found
after death. The stomach was slightly
inflamed but thcro was nothing to
show that death had resulted from nl
Mimo words with Ucorge about Vlis
Rosa nnd then went away. Ho thought
that Joe was asleep nnd asked i.o
questions about the blood on the pit
low ense On Monday morning
friend of bis, Stephen Mnhalu, told him
that Rosa was dead.
Son Tells His Story.
Louis Richard Rosa, uged 14 It sillied
that deceased was his father He stateii
that last Saturday night bis father nnd
George Rosa had trouble and Hint Joo
struck George Ills mother told him
that his father had threatened to beat
her. Ho rnn nwa when the blow was
Etruck because he wns scared Ills fa
ther was drunk and his uncle had been
drinking. He did not know what the
The witness went on to state that he , cause of the trouble was nor did ho
had examined tho compass which had
bee-n found on tho premises during the
morning. There were blood stains ut
the Joint und several spots on either
arm of the compass. There were no
stains at the points
Dr MeDonuld testified to having
per formed the uutopsv '1 lie wound
Instruments Filed for Reeord January
J 11 NIchoN M.ti ip ilr Dldg
Co Ltd 0 S
Tr Onlm Colli gi 11 lcicllati
Jno Enimoluth e. p, n, o I D
Jno Emmeluth (' I't arm I t! S L
Instruments Filed for Record January
L.. N Oav R K Tripp D.
C. llrower (L Co A do ll g" i al
Bank of Hawaii W C A" hi I'ai 1M
J. Kumalae et nl I A Magutrv I
II ,S L.
W C Achl A de Paulo D
Ti Est 1) I" lllshop et nl Jno
Emmeluth Par ltd
M T Lucas J S Azevedo Mtg
It. M Mneaulav R c Si.va.. AL
II. C and M Sllva Ho Pol . . A L.
Kauhae'ku iing Wal . L.
Tr Oaliu College M Maelntre D
J. I) Lewis llllo It It U Ltd I).
(1 I) Stipe llllo It R Co Ltd.. It W
Ulsluip of 1'ntiopolls Putin hug Co
It. Kane-ae et nl II lincKMel&Co.
.1 l IVrnamW Koloa Sug Co
Mrs K Knvval Koloa Sugar Co.
Ltd . I.
Mrs A Mi Keague Koloa Su&ar Co
Wm line li- Kotoi Sugar Co Ltd L.
Mrs K Walewnle Koloa Sng Co.
Ltd . .. L
A K Mlka Koloa Sugar Co Ltd I..
Koloi Sugat Co II (1. Spauldlng I.
J Nalelmalle II Iscnberg . 1.
Tims Pratt II Ise-nherg . . L.
Puanl Puiioho .. . Agrt
t'idani Piinohu . . I)
T Mnsudn et nl II Renjos Ad Chg
C Mac fnrlan it al Roval Ha
waiian Hotel Co Ltd . . D
Recoided January 6, 1902.
Ethel M AM and husband to lloa
l.abd Crowell, deed, Interest In Kill
ii.'3, Koloa, Kauai, $11". Hook 229,
page 3-'8 Dated November 20. 11)01.
Lnlka Alia anil husband to Hoakalel
Crowell, deed, Interewt in Kill 3123,
Koloa. hnual, film Hook --.i, pagu
!' Dated November 30, lul.
Charles Akl and wife to Hoakalel
C-eiwe.Il; deed, Interest In Kill 3123,
Wnllaau, Koloa, Kauai, J1W Hook
.'2'J, page 3."J. Dated Detemlier 3 l'.iui
A. Knhuklnn to Cliarles Akl deed,
Uiteicst In Kill 3123. Koloa Kuual,
ISO Hook ::: page 331 Dated Do
comber 3 1901
P. Joseph nnd wife to Ine (JiiIIioHo.
deed. Land Patent 1531, Nalilku Kou
lau, Maul, $loo Hook 231. pige 15
Date-d Deeomber 2(5 litfil.
Recorded January 7, 1902.
P. Mae hiido to M It Maia, died,
lots 1 and I" lime k 1' Kaiuuilii trait.
Honolulu, Oaliu J'.'io Hook 2J1 pagu
J3. Imteel .laiiuuy :', r.m.'.
W. C Ami nun vvue to vv 11 Cns
Je Jr , deed portion Ap 1 It i-.
JJ.t, Kill. 12.ti, Koiulii Honolulu Oaliu.
4W'' Hook 2.11 page 1 In Dated
October 10, l'JOl
Pnlolo Lund A. Improvement Com
pnn. Limited to I. SiSuza, deed, lots
11, 12, 13, 11, 15 and Hi, blue I; lo.',
I'nlolo trait. Honolulu, Oaliu, $2505.
Hook 231, page Ml, Dated Januar) 3,
Recorded January 8, 1902.
K. Kahaleanu and husband to T.
Hrnudt, lease, It P TijV5, Kill. 29i0,
Wnlmi'u, Kauai, tweiitj years at .'5u.
Hook 22b, page IJi, Dated Januar) I,
I tin J.
K Kalkalnahaolc to Sing Chong &
Compan, lease; two Apnuns of It P.
10S2, Kill 8fi9, Ap 2. ot It P. 1US5.
Kill J21. Honoulliill E wa. Oaliu,
ten vents at US. Hook 228, page 137
Dated Januar) C 1902.
Knllkolaul et al. to C W Booth;
deed, Aps 1 and 2. 11 P. 12111, Kill.
57(,9. Pahoehoo 2 Korth Konn Ha
wall, 1150 Hook 231, page 10 Dated
Januar) it, 1902
Duwsctt Company Limited, to Sow
Ice, lenso, 99J Innn aere-s land, Nu
You have paid for two or three homes during your lifetime.
Especially If you have been paying rent; and we regret that
you have nothing to show for the money spent In this manner.
THE AMOUNT PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
HOME TOO. t k
Ve have now on sale lots In the beautiful Puupueo Trict,
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
At the er.trancs
to the Famous
lao Vallev. anJ.
easy access t
volcano In tht
World. . .
ISLAND OF MAUI.
A. T. HAORNKAMP. MnnnfVer.
THE OREATEST WEALTH
Many n rich man suffering and sick
would gtvo all his Vtalth for tho re
turn ot good health. Rich and poor
can keep healthy If they piy .Uf-ii-tlon
to nature's warnings of approach
ing disease. If )our liver Is sluggish.
It )ou feel dull .drowsy or inactive. If
your heart doesn't pump right, palpi
tates, thumps, sometimes vigorous y,
and sometimes faintly; If )our bowels
nro Inactive, or overactive; If )our
stomach falls you; If )0ur kidneys fall
to act naturally; your health Is threat
ened; but thcro Is still help for )ou it
you will toko Klckapoo Indian Sagw-a.
You must net qulckcly. Disease, is pro
gressive; you must stop It at ones
Klckapoo Indian Sagwa will do it.
Hobron Drug Co, agents for Klckapoo
fee George strike Joe When he rnma
bark tho next da) his father was In
bed He thought he was either drunk
or sleeping On .Mondn) morning his
mother told blm that his father wm
dead Witness said that his father and
iianii valley Honolulu Oaliu. five-
Satiirda) night and on these ou.islonj
genernfl) had a fight Onie be had
PEKINO JAN. 18 CHINA JAN. 20
GAELIC JAN. 28 DORIC JAN. 31
HONGKONG MARU FED. 6 NIPPON MARU FED. 8
CHINA FED. 14
ever the left templo was the most im r" ms "",ler 8J "' um' """
portant point. This was In itself sulll- " " flx "
clent to cause death '1 ho wound wael Widow's Story.
hardly noticeable at a superficial i jr Joseph Rosa told of trouble lit
glanee, there being onl) n slight cut ! tweon tile brothers nn Saturd.i) night
in the skin Underneath, however, , George knocked Joe down on the lanal
there, was a hole In the skull which n i,c irouhlo wns over herself loo ruih-
had eauscd a blood clot to form on thu
brain. The instrument, although It
had penetrated the brain, must have
been very small Tho wound could
have been made b) such an Instrument
as the compass produced.
Dr. Alvarez Testifies.
Dr Alvjrez was the next witness. Ho
snld he was called to tho house at 11
cd out and irlcd "haul In" while)
George went into the house and locked
the door. Kinall) the latttr was al
lowed to enter on the promise that li6
would make no trouble The two
talked nnd drank together and nfter
a while her husband made nn attempt
to strike her She ran out and hid at
a neighbor's At 7 o'clm k Sunday
o'eloek Sunday night. George Rosa morning, she returned to find George
bad bummoncd him Ho noticed that sitting on the steps with his face
thl. man hud been drinking When ho sciattlied Joe was In bed with his
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
t n meeting of the Club Stables.
Limited tic I1 at their olllee Kurt
street Honolulu )osterda) January
7th. 1902 the following ollleers wera
D. P. R. Isenberg.. President
H. H. Perry Vice President
W. E. Bellina . . . Secretary
C. H. Bellina . .. Treasurer
J. Carrelro ... . Auditor
The above constitute the Hoard of.
Directors W E HELLINA.
Secretary Club Stables. LtiL
Honolulu, Januar) Sth. 1902.
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
H. HACKFIBLO & CO, LTO. AGENTS.
Canadian Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of tho above line, running In connection wlta tho CANADI- I
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N.S.vV.,
and calling; at Victoria, D. C, Honolulu and Drlsbane, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
From Vancouver anu Victoria, B. C.
(For Drlsbane and Sydnoy.)
AORANG1 JAN. 18
MOANA FEB. 15
From 8ydney and Brisbane. ,
(For Victoria and Vancouver, B. C.) i
MOANA JAN. 15 i
Through Tickets Issued rrom Honolulu to Cannda, United States and
d all general information, apply to curope. For Freight and Passage nn
Theo. H. Davles ft Co., Ltd., GcnM Agents. ,
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
6. 8. OREQONIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about Dec. 20.
8. S. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, to sail about Jan. 20.
S. S. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail during February.
From San Francisco S. S. HYADES, 3,000 tons, to sail Jan. 4 for Honolulu.
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South Brooklyn, at
nil times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. iMORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
a misery maker and all
the miserable band of com
panion headache fiends are
put to sad rout by
Ladles who use them will not have headaches or be nervous froni i any
cause but will radiate gentleness and charm to all around them ociiler a
Manic Headache Wafers cure In ao minutes.
POCKET A BOX.
Contain no harmful substances of any kind They are positively
helpful to nerves and system. Scld by all druggists at 10c
1 oc r, kv fmir tlmpc n mnnv in tho 25c box I I e
genuine arc put up In tablet form only. Avoid pcwderi put
up In cachets (m.ide of paste) because such covers warp open,
spoiling the powder ana wnen oampurcwuuii -- - . o
Headache Wafers are guaranteed to cure In 20 minutes or re
turn partly used box to druggist and he will refund full amount.
MAX QESSLUR, Ph. C Hllwaukee, Wis.
years at JIL'IlGl lluok 228 page 43S.
Dated November HO ltm
Sow Kce to Hop Sine Yin Company:
assignment of lease, 7 H'J.l li"") aires
land, Niiuaiiu nllcy, Honolulu Oaliu,
si. Hook 2S8 pai?o -UD. Dated No
ember lis, l'JOl.
I..UI Yin and vtlfo to C Spreikcls &
Compan , mortnaRo, portion It 1
11188, Kul 170. Kapuukolo Honolulu.
Oaliu; J1J0II Hook 230, page 181.
Dated January 8, 11)112.
Kcliila to 13 A Mntt Smith; leaso;
portions Kul 10IS. Aunnlnllmu, Mono
lulu, Oahu, ten years at $75. Hook
2J8, paRo 411. Dated January I, 1902
Recorded January 10, 1902.
C V Booth and wlfo to J A.
Buck, deed; Interest In (Ir.mts 2130
nnd 105(1 Wnllua and Kamaee. llllo,
Hawaii, $2313. Book 231, pago 14J
Dated January 9, 1902.
V. 11 Castle, trustee, tn M Ha
reto, releaso; piece land. Kallhl. Ho
iiiiiiiiu, wanu laiio. Hook l'.i9, page
m ii.iii ii januar iu, 1UU2.
left temple cincnil with blood In ono
of the rooms she found a putt Knife
.mil a iiiinpjss which were iiHiiall) kept
in a li.ig in auotlipr loom She took
thibe and turned tht in In tho ard
ft.uliiK her IhihIj.iihI might imp thtm
in a lit of vliilemt' J'pnn returning to
her liusb.iiuls loom, slip tailed to hlin
nnd he asktd for a little wine Till
She g.ue him He soon wanttd more
but she refused to gle It to li Im Thin
he went to sleep. At nbout 11 30
o'clock at night, the diutor was tailed
She said (linrge had inintloniil nnth
ing to her about tho matter (iccirgw
was Jialous of Joe but the latter got
nngr at times when he was dilnking
nnd often quarrtled with hei husband
She Kalil Joe would not woik but that
litorge helped the fainll lonsldirably
Rosa Not Called.
Oeorgo Ilosa was not falltd on in
totint of the chaigt of munlet linpf tid
ing against him.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coallnga Oil
Fields of California.
I'roven oil lands, completely sur
rounded by as rich oil producing wells
as there aro lo tho State, yielding from
50 to 250 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at tho Coat
inga wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With twenty flo producing wells ot
100 barrels each per day, you can
mako your own calculation as to
Tho oil industry ot California Is in
Its Infancy, yet many fortunes ba;e
been mado by Judicious and lucky In
cstnients In oil stock. Many more
will be mado la tho near futuro.
Tho nerogo adtanco on original
sales of oil stock In twenty leadlno.
companies In California has boon
from $1 to $108 per share
Oil lands have advanced from $1.2(
to $1,000 and $2,000 por aero.
When the Pacific Union Oil Com
pany has a number of producing wells
on its property, its stock will have
tbo samo show for oven a greater ad
vance, as some oil stock has advanced
from $1 to $1,500 per share.
Tho Pacific Union OH Company nis
no salaried officers, and Is controlled
bv well known gentlemen of integrity
who will see Hint the money ucmca
from tho salo of stock will bo legltl
mntcly nppllcd to tho dotclopuicnl ol
Tor further information nppiy 10 j
II. ITSHI3R & CO Stock nnd Bonl
Urokcrs, nnd Hawaiian agents for tht
salo of a limited amount of Pacific
Union OH Company stock Stangeii
wnld building, Merchant Btreet.
Notico is hereby Klvcn that Intend
ing passengers per Steamship MO
ANA, duo to sail for Vancomer on
tho 15th Inst., and per Steamship
AORANOI, duo to snll for the Colo
nics on tho 18th Inst., must apply for
passage by the former boat not later
than Monday, tho Ctli lust., nnd for
the latter not later than Thursday.
the Sth Inst Cn.tAIllAX-AUSTHA-
I.IA.V 8TI3AMSIIIP I.INI3
TIII30 II. DAVII3S tc CO. LTD.
203G tt Agents.
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
Ono Hundred Dollars ($100 00) re
ward will bo paid to any person giv
ing information which will lead to the
arrest and conviction of the parties
nho stolo a registered mall pouch
from thu steamer Ktnnii on or about
Saturday, December 21st
C. I.. WIOHT.
2020 tf President.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
The undersigned beg to adlse ship
pers that until further notice the rate
of freight from San Kranclsco to Ho
nolulu b) steamers of the OCI3ANIC
S'TJAMSHIP COMPANY will be $3 5U
per ton M3T
WM (1 IRWIN & CO. LTD.
Ot ul Agents Oceanic Steamship Co.
Honolulu miliary 10. 1902.
The annual meeting of the stnckhoM
n of the Honolulu & Hawaiian Paper
Compan, Limited, will be held at Uih
oiiiie of the Company In the Metropole
luiil ling, Alnkea street on Thursday,
Januar) 10th, 19lU H 3 otlnik
V. A KOI.MAR
2"U 2t Secretary.
Bulletin, 75c per month.
His Christian Duty.
roiir-yt.ir-old (Itoigle, In spotless
white with shoes and face (quail well
polished, listens while bis Sunday
iHhool, teachei talks of nhsinlug thu
'Now ihlblien' she sn)k, "nh.it tin
wc do on Sunda ? '
(ieorglc isliml) and in stciiliulnii
toiif8 Clct t leant d up!
Yts that s right, hut what tlse
What aftci that?"
riiurgle istlll louder and triumphant
1 l Sin c leaned up'
'Where art ou Using now old
t Imp '
' h' (iood crop sprouts this sen
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
Ill piiisiiniue of an execution Issued
hy I. le A l)lik( Second District
MaglHtiate of Honolulu. Island of Oa
lm Teirltor of llawull on the 21th
day of Dcct-mbei A I) lUul In re mat
tei of thii Washington Mercantile
Cnnin.ui Limited a coriioiatlon s
Choi: Man it nl doing business under
linn nnmc of Mt ('hong Compan, I
hni on tills 2f,th dn) of December A
li I'.inl It lid upon mid shall expose
Im -all' at publle auction, to tho high
est lilddei at I 1' Morgans miction
room, on Qiuimi street, In said Hollo
lulu nl 12 o'tlnik noon of Satiinl.iv
the first il.i) of I'eliruar A D 19"
all the rigid title and Intel st of Chun
M.UI (1 ill doing IjiisIiilms under Hie
Mini nil n nf Ylt Cluing Cnnipuin In
mil to the- tnlliiwiug ilesi rlliiil pi iu-i
1 mile hh tin Judgment niiiuunting ti
Thlil six and 18 Inn Dollars luti-ust
ei'sts mid in expenses are prexlcnisl
lulil Slid piopeit liibd iipnii In
Ciiiieinl un ichandlse eonslstlug ul
pio visions tin nl t lire wealing nppin I
tnhaieo cioikery e tt
CHAS P ClIII.l.lNnWORTH
Deput SbeillT 'loirllnrv of llawull
Honolulu Oahu Dee ti I'jul
2(U2-l)tt 31 -an 7 . -J .11
The annual mi cling of the Inter
Island Telegraph Compan Limited,
will bo held Wednesela) Jnnuary lr.th.
at 3 o'clock p m In tin' olllee ot V. J.
Cross. 310 Stnngenwald building.
PHI3D J. CROSS.
2043 31 President.
The annual meeting of tho stock
holders of tbo Pacific Guano d Per
tlllzer Company, will bo held on Mon-
da January 20th, 1902. at 11 o'clock
a in nt tho office ot II. Ilackfeld 4.
Co Ltd Honolulu. V Kl.AMP
2042 3t Secretary.
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night watchmen furnished for built-
ngs business property nnd residence..
Builders will tlo Hell lo consult Ros
cr? In regard to watchmen.
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lJ lii(iitsiuici nmfiuiicMiivn.
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ftmlwf mall mil ruction., ttotinMii
aU mul vrnit FRIE t. a Homrnlr u
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