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,J ,' nVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., FltlDAY, JAN.
JUST WHAT I WANT !
IT WAS THE LAST BOWLDEIl IN THE DITCH.
"I am nervous nrnl run down now
but I will be all right In a week."
IT CURES NERVOUS MEN.
CURES FEMALE WEAKNESS.
CURES BACK PAINS.
CURES STOMACH TROUBLE.
I)r McLaughlin s Electric Belt is a
popular remedy nowadays. It Is the
only remedy which will euro while you
sleep. Just put li on when ou go to
bed feel the warm, glowing ltnllty go
ing Into your weakened parts and re
storing their life and Igor, and not a
AND YOU DON'T HAVE TO DOSE
YOUll STOMACH WITH NASTY
nnuos. this shows what it
RHEUMATISM AND STOMACH CA
Tomales, Marin Co Cab,
June 26, 1901.
DR. McLAUQHLIN Dear Sir Oneconld not Imagine the slego of suf
fering I passed through from stomach trouble and rheumatism. I
was subjected to sevcro drug treatment, stomach pump treatment,
and diet treatment, without tho least relief, I grew disgusted with
them all and as a last resort tried )our belt, two years ago. In three
days I could fling away my cane, and In threo months was a new
man, entirely cured, and felt better than I had for jears. Several of
my friends havo stneo purchased jour belts. I would not part with
mine for $1000 If I could not got another. Yours truly,
JOHN 13. QUAY.
This man was cured two years ago.
POOK FREE. I will send you my FIIEC BOOK, little book, with
full information, scaled, free If jou will send this ad.
' VdhWJuHUU xn
Dr. M. H. McLaughlin, lJ"
702 Market St.,
who Is contemplating tho pmchasc of anthlng In the line of
METAL DI8PLAY FIXTURES, Show Cases, Etc., for windows or
Interior, cannot afford to buy until he has consulted us.
We take measurements lor fixtures of all hinds, metal signs,
wood or metal grilles, etc., and fit them properly. If there is any
mistake, remember that
We Are Responsible
Call i .ul See Us About It.
near corner of Emma
St. Taul I'lonccr Press.
BARK THAT SUNK WALLA WALLA
IS TOWED INTO SAN FRANCISCO
San Francisco. Jan. C "All the slg
cal lights of the Max were brightly
burning and we could sco the steamer
for a long tlmo before the collision.
Tho steamer tried to cross the bows
or the Mnx, but failed The approach
cf tho steamer was reported to mo
and I was on tho poop deck and saw
that all the rules of the road were be
ing obered as far as my ship was
concerned when the collision happen
"At first wc thought our essel
would be so badly damaged that th
would sink. Wc were then close In tc
the shore and much nearer the break
ers than wo had anticipated. Tho bark
bad been kept on her course on the
tack toward tho land longer than wai
absolutely safe, but that was done to
glvo the steamer n chance to pass cnMIv
to our stern and not to cquso nny con
fusion should we change on the other
fA. 1 could do nothing to prevent It. tack almost In front of her and in nor
Tho Mnx was standing on her course course The shore was on our lee, and
Lines of Travel.
Oceanic Steamship Company
Tho steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
VENTURA JAN. 22
ALAMEDA FED. 1
SIERRA. . ., .-..-...FEn. 12
ALAMEDA FEU. 22
SONOMA MAR. 5
VENTURA MAR. 2i
ALAMEDA APRIL 6
SIERRA JAN. 21
ALAMEDA FED. 5
SONOMA FED. 11
ALAMEDA FED. 26
VENTURA MAR. 4
ALAMEDA MAR. 19
SIERRA MAR. 25
ALAMEDA APRIL 9
nil the tlmo tho steamer was approach
That was tbeexplanatlon of the col-
wlth our vessel's hradgear gone It wns
not safe for us to let the vessel drift
with tho wind taming us Inshot
In connection with the sailing or the anove steamers, tno agents are pro
tared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points 1- tho United States, and from New
Tork by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
Ilslon given b tho master of the; Had wo gone In toward the heath bo
Frenih bark that on tho morning of fat that It was dangerous It wns douht
Januar 2d crashed Into the Bide of fill If wc could hac worked the vessel
the sUnmcr Wnlla Walla off Capo Men- j out to sea In the cilppled condition sin.
do-lno nnd suit her to tho bottom was In. Then the bows of the cssel
with about foitj of her passengers and, were stove In, nnd she was taking In
uw. water forward, but a bulkhead saved
Tho Max wns towed Into port lato us from much danger there, but at thi
last night and anchored off the Pre-, time we did not know It Under the
rldlo. She wns taken In tow by tho circumstances wo had all wo could do
steam schooner Acme, that left this to take care of ourselves Ily daylight
port on Tuesdn last, bound for Cres- wo had beaten well out toward the sea
tent City Off Point Arcnn the steamer and were safe from the bieakers, but
sighted the French bark with her head our vessel was to a great measure un
rear gone and mado for her to offer manageable Then wo got southerly
assistance. A short distance off to sea winds, nnd with the bark crippled for-
was the revenue cutter Hugh McCul- ard we could not make nn progress
loch, heading for the vessel. The Acme against them Wo looked for a steam1
got a lino fast to tho bark and soon er to give us a tow. The first to speak
after the Hugh McCulloch offered to us was the Washtenaw, but her master
assist and a line from her was passed would not take us to San Francisco but
to the bow- bltts of tho steam schooner, offered to tow us to Pugct Sound. As
Then the two rescuing vessels, steam-1 we did not caro to go there we refus
ing tandem, with the disabled bark cd. On Saturday morning the Acme
trailing behind, started on tho long tow j canio along Wo wcro then about a
to San Francisco. It was early on' mile or two from Point Arena light.
Saturday forenoon that the two Bteam-I Sho passed a line to us and It was made
nrs started south with their tow and itj fast. Soon after tho revenue rteamer
was not until late last night that the enmo along and gnve tho Acme assist
bark was brought In through the Heads ancc and helped In tho tow until oft
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaish
Steamers of the aoove companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOR 8AN FRANCI8CO.
Recorded January B, 1902
M I Harrub to M A S rhilstr.
ngieemcnt, in le inctlon oi building
nt'd control or premls s Kalulanl
trntt, Honolulu Oahu Hook i.i page
481 Dated September 21 W'l
V M le Souza and wife to llotin
lulu lln wing A. Malting ('ompan Llm
Hid, doul, Grant 17i,2, HonunUaha,
Honolulu Oahu 2nuo Hook 231,
page 22 Dated Deionibrr 19(11
M Kupola and husband to 1. I.
McCandless, deed Ap 1 II P S'.T,
Kill !i37U Will mn hi Kva (Mini fl.
Uook 231, page 21 Dated Dm mbor
Recorded January 9, 1902
Kaplolnnl Estnl I.liniti it to W ('
Aehl partial release lots 21 and 2.
block 9. Knplolanl tract Honolulu On
htl, fG50 Hook 232, page i.l Dated
January 7, 1902.
A K Campbell to W V Aihl
partial release; Iota 21 and 21 block
9 Kaplolnnl tract Honolulu Oahu,
$1 Hook 232, page 33 Dateil Jnnu
nrv 7, 1902.
Young Ynn et nl to I ndrnde;
mortgage, portions Ap 1. Kill 3H9 and
Oiant 53, Kekaullke street Honolulu
Oahu, fJOUO. Hook 232 page 31 Dat
cd Januarj 9 1902
Knplolanl Estate Limited to w I".
Aehl partial release lot Jl bluek 8,
Knplolanl tract Honolulu Oahu $325
Hook 232 page 37 I)at- January S,
A K Campbe.l to W f Aehl;
partial release, lot 21 block i Knpio
lanl trntt Honolulu, Oahu 1 Hook
232 page 3". Dated Januar S 1902
P. Strnuch and husband to A Oar
vlo, mortgage, portion Kill 83 Nun
ami valley, .onotutii Oahu (250.
Hook 232. page 38 Dated January 9.
Recorded January 10, 1902.
A Congdon to Theo F Lansing,
power of nttorne , general powers.
Hook 221, page 483. Dated December
P F. Rjan and wife to C Ilrnvvn;
mortgngo; portion Grant 3183 Kalihl,
Honolulu. Oahu; (W) Hook 230,
page 193. Dated Janunr 10. 1902.
Recorded January 11, 1902.
Thomas Mctcalf U nl to II Fockc
partial deed, one half or Orant 882,
one half of Grant 118, Mnnoa, Ilonolu
hi, Oahu; $1. Hook 231 page 145,
Dated January 2, 1902.
P Ncnmnnn ct nl to Thos. Metcalf
partial deed; one naif Grant 882 one
half Grant 118, Mnnoa Honolulu Oa
hu, $1 Uook 2il. page 145 Dated
January 2, 1902.
P Neumann et nl ro K M lknlka
partial deed, one fourth of Grant 882
one fourth of Grant 118, Mnnoa, Hono
lulu, Onhu, $1 Hook 231 page 115
Dated Jnnunr) 2, 1902.
II. A. Jaeger to Hank of Hawaii
LlmlUd i battel moitgage. livestock,
tools, buildings etc, Waliiivva u
Kauai, $301)0 Hook 230. page 19",
Dated Jaiiu&r) in. i902.
Wong ee v..ian nnd wife to J i:
I'ullcrton, mortgage, piece land, Kn
pilamn Honolulu Oahu $212 30.
Hook 230. page 19S Dated Januai 11,
Recorded January 13, 1902.
Honualwa to 11 Akonn; lease; por
tion It P. 691H. Kill 3915 nnd bund
ing, Walmcn Hawaii, ten years, at
$70 Hook 228. pago 417. Dated De
cember 23, 19il.
E. L. Estcp to W. II Heers et nl..
assignment of mortgago
Kahoaka and wife in It P. "9C8, Kill,
0327. Oiihl. Hamnkua. Hawaii, $320
Hook 187, page 233. Dated March :
You have paid for two or three home 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. c
Ve 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 COIVIP'Y
204 JUDD BUILDirSQ.
At the er.tranci
to the Famous
lao Vallev. anl
easy access to
volcano In tht
for Tourists and
MAUI HOTEL, KSSofihn.
A. T. HAGHNKAMP. Mnnnflcr.
FIRST PHILIPPINE BOAT
PEKINO JAN. 18 CHINA JAN. 20
QAELIC JAN. 28 DORIC JAN. 31
HONOKONO MARU FEB. 6 NIPPON MARU FEB. 8
CHINA FEB. 14
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
H. HACKFIBLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of tho above line, running In connection wit a the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. B. C, and Sydney, N.S.vV.,
and calling at Victoria, B. 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.)
AORANOI JAN. 18
MOANA FEB. 15
rrom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria nnd Vancouver, B.
to an nnchor In the bay Tho Hugli
.McCulloch last off her Hue when tho
ntnc-fatbuin buoy, Just over the bar,
was reached, and sho headed out tu
sea again, leaving the Aimc tu finish
The Max had not come out of the col
lision unscathed. Her Jlbboom, that
was mud? of hollow steel, was broken
anu i .eu. b iu .n. . 'l "" '" San Francisco, Jan 8.-Thc Amcrl
the water on the port side of t c esse anchored In tho har-
r: "l "is ,? r ?'hi " " : ' ' uor ..t .8ht. n an n,mfui m
mi Ul ltc ". lit . .. ..... I tilnniniin ilats frnm llnnnlulit Thlfc
line of the hull. Her stem was tvvlst- )ctccn Honolulu. '
cd. and great gaping holes had been j fom ,el tno famoll8 v of
torn In her bow. There was one al
most nt the water line and another a
few feat ubove.
The French vessel left Glasgow 120
Roanoke, which sailed many months
I ago from Norfolk w Ith n cargo of coat
lur mis iun. mi:i uc-iii uui iw,
months and not being spoken after
Henry. She had an uneven ulvojnge, lca Wm
up to the time of the collision. Tho, appeared, however,
story of her part of the Uer ;u rno morn,K 0 onollUll , n knklng
told last m.ht oner sho had ome to coll,mloll ,, wth hPr carg0 on flro
an anchor and the men of the crew n nf8lgtanc0 meA tho ,
over no mil ui . i...v. -". Uarly In November her cargo caught
not released from quarantine. Lap- extinguished after a bard
.In Uober Uenolst Is In tommand, but fl , Th fl ,
lie nau nine in saj rvBaruus mo ...- Nolelnuer ,3 Thla tm0 ,t wa8 Ira
aster, except that bis vessel wns close-1 Wc , ,, ,,, flrc nn(, n ,,,,,.
Ij following tho rules of the road when ,u) ,he )9 8,lottc(l ,h gJle WM
uu u...vi lumv """'"'"';"' leaking. Being then several thousand
SOURCE 0F WRECKAGE
Port Tovvnsend, Wash , Jan, 7. Tha
United States revenue cutter Grant
tailed this morning for nn extended
cruise nlong the sbores of the Straits
of Fucn and also aloug the coast south
of Capo Flatten, to examine tho large
amount of wreckage reportfV along
tho beach during tho past two weeks.
It Is believed that many vessels hnvo
met with disaster In tho gales which
have prevailed slncn December 25th
as the Indians have dally brought le-
ports to Neah Ilaj of new wreckage
coming asboro south of Capo Flattery,
Captain Tozler of the Orant will maks
a tour of Investigation for the purpose
of ascertaining If possible the names
of the vessels from which tho wreck'
The steamer Alice Gertrude, arriving
from Nenh Bay toda, reports last
night's storm In tho strnlta as being
of great v lolenre, and off Cape Flattery
tno wind readied almost the velocity
of a hurricane, driving vessels In ihe
vicinity of Cape Flattery out to sea.
Vessels In the straits sought shelter
In Port Angeles and Clallam bays.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO,
his balk He deelnied that the lights.
mills fmm her destination, tho rap-
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
d all generd Information, apply to urope. For Freight and Passage an
Theo. H. DavteB ft Co., Ltd., GenM Aficnte.
, . . al tlUIVO Witt UVt UlPVIIimillll, IIIU 1 uw-
of the Ma wcro properly burning and ,, ,,,,,.,, , ,b ,,. nii
displayed, und that the mm of bl3Tlpll , raco for ,fc Tl(J CIW
crew saw the steamer a long lime be- ,,,, , nork (ay ,, npht Bt t,w
fore the. iillsiim. pumps and after thirteen davs when
"The nlslit was daik. but the n tmiw. ,,, wa8 ,,,, ,Uo n BI,
phen vv.isiledr.andltvaspossble tu wcle n)m0ht exh(U1Htei, Tho maJor
see for bevetul m es e had si en t ()f u. nm)akt.-H cnrg0 a8 ,s.
tic light on Cape Mendocino nnd vvcm thM M ,, nna but ,000 ,
.(eimilUB .u .u...y UUUVJV v... ...v ..uw l)1011(.ht , ,,,, por, u wll. b .
tack when we saw the steamer head-
s.iiy fur the ship to bo docked nnd
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co..
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
8. 3. OREGONIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about Dec. 20.
6. 3. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, to sail about Jan. 20.
8, 3. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail during February.
Fiom San Francisco 8. S. HYADE3, 3,000 tons, to sail Jan. 4 for Honolulu.
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South Brooklyn, ut
all times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. JVIORSB,
General Freight Agent H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
ln6 across our bows She wiib then t,10V0uRlilj overhauled
inuic man u iuiiu unu) mm uiu ..-ooi-,
was kept on her umise, and It wns
decided not to bilng her ubout until1 Wn'ter Damioseh mndo bis first np
nftii-tl.ostrnmer had Eoneileni of us "'fn,a,K" ,n Sn" I a'rlBfO recently
nrtu the steamu nan tone i cm oi us, , Uw ca,)a,.jtJ.. ic nns Bt.
so that our mancuvei would not lnnB , ,)V nt 10 perfmnmn(0 0f
an waj confuse the ciew uf the bteam ,0 ,ozze ill I'lgari)." when tho niusl
vessel, and there would be little reason dan who was to havo plaed tho drum
for n disaster. We kept tho b.uk on wns tnken 111 nnd bad to leavo tho
ler cotiiso and were bwprlfccd to sii" thinter. In despair Hlgnor Scpllll
that the stiumer was bo h-idlng that '" wf inn.uiciiuB. sent lor nr
hi. vimlil iross our hows when we ex. ' nainriweh to nsk If ho know whero a
. J. .T .. , biibstltute lould be lound Mr. Dam
ner id that she won Id go as tern of us. ....... t,.i .... .. ..., , r ...
The man on wutih on tho ittk b.tvv tho wc a man In the orchestra before lntttcly nprlled to tho dovulopmont ot
danger ir tno steamer h.nt on net the third net began 'Whcu the eon ,l" i"ui"-"J-
couise she was steeilnc nnd he stnt ilmtoi iinche.I his desk his llrbt look rr 'V,r in o.n" t ., ,
r. iu .1,, v.n.,,i,i ii,i,,i- ., ,,.. vvnH tnwnid the driimmcr'H rhulr InltlH. 1ISHEII & CO, Stout and liond
.... ...v .,.,.,... ... v " .;- . -- , v- ---- - ------ . .,, .,., .. ,. ,.., ..,. . ,.,,.
tin. Hfrimier vvna siauu mi uamrosiu ana no re , uiu."i, u.m iir,..,,u.. uh... " '
iiiuiueu lucre mini niu eno oi mu .o . .uiun;., wuihh ... ...-.
Located In the Famous Coallnga Oil
Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, completely sur
rounded by as rich oil producing wolU
as there are In tho State, (elding from
jo to ssu barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at tho Coal
Inga wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With twenty-Hi o producing wells of
100 barrels each per day, you can
mako your own calculation as to
Tho oil Industry of California Is Ir.
Its Infancy, jet many fortunes have
been mado by judicious and lucky In
vestments In oil stock. Many more
Alll bo mado In the near futuro.
Tho avcrngo advanco on original
sales of oil stock In twenty leiidlmj
companies In California has been
from SI to S108 per share
Oil lands have advanced from J1.25
to $1,000 nnd $2 000 pur aero.
When tho Pacific Union Oil Com
pany has a number of producing wells
on Its property, Its stock will have
tbo sanio show for oven a greater ad
vancc, as some oil stock has advanced
from tl to $1,500 per Bhnro.
Tho Pacific Union Oil Company n
no salnrlod ofllcere. and la controlled
by well known gentlemen of Integrity
who will seo tnnt tho mono dorlved
from tho sale of stock will be legitl
han l'ranclsio Jan 7 -The little
utiamer Alhlon llng at Mission street
bulkhead, doesn't look ver linporwn
but her departure next Mondn will be
a most significant event.
The Albion Is going to Manila Sho
Is the first of a fleet of American ves
sels that will engage In tho Inter-lsUnd
trade of the Philippines. The lom-
mertlal conuuest of tho Asiatic pos
bcsKlons of the United States Is begin-
'Sio115.?8.0 lnS. ani1 tllp Albion w 111 be the pio
neer ship lllng the Stars and Stripes
to reach for the Island trade. Ihe
bislncss of traniJjrtatlon between
ports of the Phlll;.?!n3 lias hereto
fore been largely In t.ie bands o' the
British. A few Ueiman boats nnd
Chinese junks helped to dlvluo tl'
trade. The possibilities of Inter-lslaml
tralllc have attracted the attention of
lo.ul shipping men, and with n a ''bt
ui two American steamers will prob
ably monopolize the business.
A combination has been formed
with Captain Jarne?l,erg and Mvl. Ha
ils as the leading jplrlts, 'oi (h ;iur
poso of capturing a share of the Phil
ippine local trade The firm has tho
advantngo of Government contrarts
and the Albion will bo used at first In
cnrrlng perishable food supplies from
the big transports In Manila ba to the
other Island ports.
Other steamers will be purchased nnd
dispatched for Manila ns rapidly nl
Biiltablo ones can be found. Tho com
pany will purchase a number ot the
small steamers now plying between
ports ot the Hawaiian Islands, and nf
ter they are thoroughly equipped thej
will be sent to Manila.
Tho Albion has been transformed
during the past month, A refrigerat
ing plant of four large engines has
been Installed, cold air pipes arrangej
throughout her hold and electric lights
put In. Sho will carry nothing but
perishable freight and every stmare
Inch ot spaie below deck has been re
served for this purpose.
The Albion Is a tiny craft to mako
the long Journey across tho Pnclflc. Sho
Is 2 li, tons regUter nnd Is 120 feet long.
Slit- will go first to Honolulu, and
theme to Manila, via Guam.
'I he bemud steamer of this fleet will
leave beio earlj In February.
V. .1. RuhhcII H. M. WatHon
RUSSELL & WATSON,
Offices Magoon Building. '
2004-lm 'Phone Main 328.
C. R. Hemenway
OFFICE 406 JUDD BUILDINO.
TEL. 314 MAIN.
Albert R. Cunha
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
808 Stonjlenwald Building
W. Austin Whiting,
W. J. Robinson,
Remr-ed to Room 306, Judd Building
J. M. KANEAKUA,
COUNSELLOR A LAW,
Office Bethel 8L, Near tho Postofflce.
nason wh) the men on
did nut sec us, and ns the vessels tip.
opera, plaslng the ilium pait tu the
i , rnl ,. I'llt-IM, lllj Mlht till' llllllll Mill lit iur
proached we became anxious riun It s('ole lm0 nn-uriUllB puat anuwammt
was too late. The stcuuur bud tiled to bis fi lends In tho boxes.
lo cinss out bows but had fnlled Just 1
bifoio the craih eumo Hit st.anie? Think not as many bay, there Is but
Union Oil Company stock Stnugon
nuld building, Merchant btreel.
Sir Tlnmnu l.lptun tliimiRli an IhiK
1'sh rtiinpalo Is srmtlng u line uf
Bwung slightly tu poit ns though au one springtide of life, that It Is but
effoit was being mado to nass to our mem nnd aimiv vimth whlrh nisliej 'stianu rs between Sivannah and Ll
stern, but the chungo In lior eoiirho to n lulef bummei- nnd nil ilso of Ufrt iwpooI He Is establishing n l.ugn
linil l).nn nindn Inn l.nlr 1 tin I..11I. Iu I... I ,. In.r I,,,,., ,.l ,lr.. .,.! ' UUmbt'l oflntniSOtel SOUtllOlll (leol
San Front 1st u, Jan Two of the
largest freighters In port will sail nt
the biune hour tills nflirnonii fui Ho
notulii fui Williams. Dimoiid &. Co
ii lid considerable rlvnlo exlHts as to
the ulillltj of tho uspectlve htea.neis
to reach the Island port first The big
Hawaiian in spick and spin condition,
Is all rcad to leavo her slip on the
stroke of .1 o'llock She Is under com
liiand of Captain Nichols, who hat
innie out fiiim New York to relieve
Captain ll.intleld, who Is to take the
new steamer Alaskan, goon to be tu.n
id nvir by the Union lion Wink id
the Aitierlmu-llaw.illan t'ninpan) 1'ho
Hawaiian has In lit r hold 20 OOii cai
of i annul goods for Nov. ork, which
uie being shipped as mi experiment iu
oioer to ascertain whi-thei the fi right
will be aflecled h) the sweating of lbs
tuigo of sugni thai Is to bo taki n
nliiiaul at Honolulu for the nietriiiiolis,
Tlie H.vados Is sihedttled to sail at .1
odoik, auil. being fresh from tho
hands of machinists her afllcers Le
lie o she will he aide to give th' Hu
vwillun n hard rub
Notlco Is hereby given that Intend
ing passengers per Steamship MO
ANA, duo to sail for Vancouver on
tho 15th Inst., nnd per Steamship
AORANCI, duo to Ball for tho Colo
nies on tho lSth Inst., must apply for
passago by tho former boat not later
than Monday, tho 6th Inst., nnd for
tho Intter not later than Thursday,
tho Oth Inst. C..ADIAN-AUSTUA-LIAN
TIIUO, H. DAVIKS &. CO., LTD.
2036 tf Agcntr.
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) ro
vard will bo paid to any person giv
ing Information which will lead to thy
arrest and conviction of tho partlen
who stolo n registered mall pouch
from the stenmer Kinnii on or about
Saturday, December 21st.
C. L. WIC1HT.
2020 tf President
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
The undersigned beg to advise ship
pers that until further notlco the rato
of freight from Snu Francisco to Ho
nolulu by steamers of the OCUANIC
SlHAMSIIlP COMPANY will he $J &0
per ton NDT
W.M (1 1IIW1N & CO, LTD.
Oeiil Agents Oceanic Steamship Co
Honolulu, nnunr 10, 1902. "Ji
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The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
BOWER3 MERCHANT PATROL.
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