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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., SATUnDAV, JAN. IS, 1002
IS. SHAW DOH
Birwf Tk vv
Swelled Up !
'Oh, my poor head I It's way out In front
of me, and It throbs, throbs, thro-b-b-s I"
Don't worry. " Remorse " makes It worse.
If you had taken one of Qessler's Magic
Headache Wafers before you went
to bed, after eating or drinking too
much, you would have had no
ache never mind, you forgot
It, so take one now, and
presto In 20 minutes your
headache will be gone I
POCKET A BOX.
contain no harmful substances of any kind. They are positively help
ful to nerves and system. Sold by all druggists, at 10c and 25c a box
(lour times as many In the' 25c box.) The genuine arc put up In
tablet form only. Avoid powders put up In cachets (made of paste)
becauso such covers warp open spoiling the powder and when damp are
wormy. Cessler's Magic Headache Wafers are guaranteed to cure abso
lutely In 20 minutes or return partly used box to druggist and he will
refund full amount.
MAX QOSSLOR, Ph. C, AUIwaukcc, Wis.
Des Moines, la , Jpn C Mrs l.osllo
M Shaw wliu or Governor Shaw' who
Is to succeed .) man Gag bs Set retary
Of tho Treasury, Is having n numbei
of her dresses made In tins rlt pro
jiaratory to departing lor Washington
tho first of the month Mrs Shaw
will have her flne and moU expen
sive dresses made In Washington.
During the time she nag been tho first
lady of Ion a she has endeavored to
1 eep tip her end In the social world,
but It has rather been by small ami
Informal leceptlolis and cntutnin
ments than bj gorgeous affairs. Mrs.
iSbaw sajB that she will endeavor to
live In Washington within tlie lii'ome
I of her luiHhan ., niid that she will also
ItaVo good care to Keep the exactions
or home above aorletj demands. Mr.
and Mrs. Shaw have been married
t-ventyllvc years They hae tlueo
. hlldren The eldest, Mies Euld
Shaw. Is 20 jeais of age, ami will
make her debut In Washington She
is at present In school at Conull Col
lege, Mount Vetuon la., where hor
father was educated Karl Is 18 nud
enrolled at Culver Mllltor Academy,
i He will enter school at Cornell next
tar, and after that hopes to get an
appointment to West I'olnt, nlthongh
r.is fathct does not encourage him In
this desire He uas one ot tin hun
Hired bujs who weie suspended from
C'ulor Mllltnr) Academy a year ago
. on ncount of n row with the Command
ant. Ermn, the joungetf. Is 15. Shu
' has been In school at Denison, the for
mer Home of the Shaws, for the last
who Is contemplating tho purchase of anything In the line of
METAL DISPLAY FIXTURES, Show Cases, Etc., for windows or
Interior, cannot. afford to buy until he has consulted us.
We tnko measurements tor fixtures of nil kinds, metal slcns,
wood or metal gillies, etc., and fit them properly. If thcro Is any
mistake, remember that
We Are Responsible
dill n.iil 6ce. U About It.
near corner of Emma
Oceanic Steamship. Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
rnoii saVj- fiiancisco'.
VENTURA . . ..'. JAN. 22
ALAMEDA FED. 1
BIERRA .-?. FEB. 12
ALAMEDA FED. 22
80NOMA MAR. 5
IfENTURA MAR. 2t
ALAMEDA APRIL 8
New York. Jan. !' A special to the
Times from Haltlmoro says: The
unique silver service costing $10,000,
to bo presented to Admlial Schley by
friends In Pcnnsjlvnnla, New York and
Maryland has been completed by Ual
tlmorc silversmiths, york on It was
begun In June. 1900. The service
weighs about 2000 ounces, i.nd Is made
of coins tnken from the wreck of the
Spanish cruiser Cristobal Colon, sunk
by Admiral Schley's flagship in the bat
t) of Santiago.
Ex-Postmaster General James A.
I Gary has been foiemost In the move
1 mint for this, gift to the Admiral Tho
1 presentation will be made soon.
KENTUCKY'S NEW KUNAIOR.
j Frankfort, Ky., Jan 9 Ex Governor
innd cx-Itcpiescntntlvc James II. Me
I Criary was tonight nominated by the
Democratic Legislative caucus to be
Vnited States Senator. He received
the nomination over ('limit Judgu
James E Cnntrlll of Scott county by
,(i vote of 02 to 37. nenrl two thirds
.11 tho Demountlc members. He will
lit. elected by the General Assembly,
1 Id Joint session, next Tuesday, over
Senator Wllllnni J Deboe. who was In
dorsed by his party lor re-election.
I The Democratic niius tonight was
I'd lug Jan 0 The Dowager Em
prejs 01 China nsscrted her completu
siipieiiinc todav by granting nn audi
ence In the most sacied hnll In the
Forbidden Cits The rules of the djn-
nety foilild women from entering tills
nail, una the Dovvagir EmptesB has
never heroic violated Its sanctltj The
Emperor will receive, the foreign dip
lomats In this hall Officials hellcvo
the Dowuger Empress, to be pnvlng tho
way to be present upon this occasion,
in order to prevent any communication
between the diplomats and the Empvr
or. except under her censorship.
Tho Dowager Empiess Is preparing
to send letters to tho Ministers or tho
foreign powers hero expressing her
lcslre for the maintenance of friendly
relations anu ner willingness to re
ceive ndvico In nudictico. Progressive
Chinese odlclals say that tho Dowager
l.mpress disapproved of Iloxerism:
that her wishes In this matter were.
ovcrrul(.d and that her edicts were
It Is poMRllile that General Tung Full
Slang, the notorious nnttTorcigner,
whose dotapuntitin has been ordered
b the Dowager Empress In nil edict,
has alrcad) been beheaded
The Tartar Ceenernl In Knnsu prov
ince, who wbb ordered to cnri out
this sentence, has telegraphed that he
has imprisoned Tung Fuh Slang In his
yainen and asks for Instructions Tin
this messago the Dowager Empiess
replied ordering the Tartar Gemrnl to
carry out her edict.
A M Ahcona A.
Western A. I lawn
A' hi . .
Westi 111 : I lawn
W. H Cnstli V
A. Pnnkaula Akal
A Pa-ikaiila Akal .
Hllo It It. Co First
Walakea Mill Co. Hllo
Fit .las Woods
I!. C. Miners II
Lmincli of Koko llcnil.
San Francisco Ian 10 At 1 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon tit Oakland th'i
new bnrkentlue Koko Head, built bj
W. A. Moole & Son for Hind. Rolpl.
& Co. will be launched with lmpiesslvo
ceremonies. Miss Mildred Holph will
christen tho lurkcntlne. Tin Koko
Head will be under command of Cap
tain W. T. Lewis, foimcrly of the" ships
Henry Vlllard and Kennebec, ami wltl
engage In the Hawaiian and Coast
Instruments Filed for Record January
A Haal'l-a Mtg
Inv Co W C
Inv Co C
.. . Ret
Hapos- . ).
. Ex I,
m. Sav &
R. It Co
Decjk-r and hits
V. R Iluffnntleau and hui. A. I.
Mortis .-... MlK
Instruments Filed for Record January
M. F St oil J Dllgue . Itel.
J W Kii.ilmohu J. Oouvela .. .
Co P Agrt
It. V. Akau .1. Knelomakula . ..I)
M. A J Chamberlain Tr. Onlul
Win lliniy Knllll et nl .Rel
Chas Koelllng II Haekfehl &" Co
Illrulolit T. Hlrans 11 S
D MeClellan E S. Atlierlmi I).
I' M Pond and wife i:. S. Ather
E. Falnhl-Ah Sing U
Tr Oalni College M. A J Chamber
A. M I'otemkln and wire M tie?
Kamnl.nlialKnll Mrs Kia . D
Kin Kamakahalkull . ... Cont.
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. w- .. t
We have now on sale lots In the beautiful Puupueo Tract,
which contains the finest suburban property In Honolulu. This
tract commands a magnificent view of mountains and ocean, has
macadamized streets, artesian water, and the electric car line
passes through the property. For any further information regard
ing prices, terms, etc., address
ISLAND REALTY COMP'Y
204 JUDD BUII-DINd.
RAPT FROM TIIU WRECK.
Seattle, Wash Jun 'i-llio one
missing life raft from thi steamship
Walla Walla was sighted lij the ..oilier I
Edith which arrived here todav fiom
Showed 11 Lcnk.
A leak was dlsrovercd In the hull of
the Pacific Mall steamer City of Pe
king while the steamer was taking In
rnrgo at the dock In San I'rnurlsro on
the 10th Inst. The trouble resulted
from n defective plate below the water
line It waR repaired nnd the vessel
sal'ed on time for this city.
Sun Francisco, eight) mlh' 1101th of
Cape. Mcniloc Ino and lift) miles nor'h
west of Srul rocks Cap'ulu Hall uf,
the Edith Is a brother of ( upturn An
drew I. Hall of tin- Walla Walla Hal
sj)s he Is confident that the raft vval
from the Walla Walla The Edltb l
passed within 100 feet of It. and not!
a sign of life or object could be 1 cnj
on It. Captain Hull has not so n Mai
brother since the wreck
Protet Coming I
San Francisco. Jun OflhrrH o!
the French cruiser Protet announced
Jcstcichiv- that the venfei would prob
ably mil next Wcdneodov foi Tahiti
the French settlement In tin South
Sens Honolulu will he v1Mleil m
intlte. loiter 111 the veur the pints'
will tall at S.vilucv ami tlun 1 etui 11
l'i .'.liiV'l""! "" ' ' 1
At the entrant
10 th: Fatnoui
lao Vallev. anj
easy access to
volcano In tht
H e a d q u artsrs
for Tourists an J
MAUI HOTEL, .T,,.
A. T. HAGHNKAMP. Hnnnger.
PASS THE OLD LAW
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
SIERRA JAN. 21
ALAMEDA FED. 5
SONOMA FEB. 11
ALAMEDA FED. 26
VENTURA MAR. 4
ALAMEDA MAR. 19
SIERRA MAR. 25
Managua. Nicaragua, Jan. 8 The
T !tsldentlnl"olcttyral vote was count--d
todny in the presence of the Nlca
raguan Congress. General Sat.tos J.
Zelaya was declared re-elected uiinnl
uiously for a term of four years.
Denver, Jan, ,11 A News special
from Phoenix, A T, sajs "Padie, '
u ..; m I"' mini -'I - '"'a i-,iemte. uter 111 tlie veur me imius Washington, Jnti I.- R. prcsetitatlvM
iiaim. nun iivik on 11 u'viidiiuo Usui , wu 1 at sjunev ami tinn leiiuii' N, ,.,iimlf ,cj has Loen mixing among
Yuma, A. T , has been otTercd as a sac-1 to piimce nflturs nnd new have ap-1 tin Eastern upresenlatlves during
rlllcc to the siiirlt In accordance with, parently enjoved theli sojourn In this 'tin icicrk snvs he finds a growing
their customs and has expiated the rort liavinu iitlrmled manv mclal .sentlnic lit in favor of re enacting the
functions axhoie lieslden hiibllng re
feptlous on boird the cielier.
In connection with tbe sailing or the arjove steamers, tne agents are pre
red to issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
Tork by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.;
GENERAL AQENT8 OCEANIC 8. 8, CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidenfal and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaish
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
Mrs. on Illunier Tho minister
pleached the most touching sermon I
Von Illumer How much did he
sins of tlfe trlh which are held re
sponsible for nn epidemic of smallpox
The medicine man divined the Indians
several days ago, and fled to the moun
tains, but In a hnlf-sturvcd condition
wandered back to tho Indian village
and pleaded for mercy He wns ptompt
ly mound hand and foot and conveyed
by a delegation of Indians to Mexico,
where he was bound to a tree and
cruelly tortured to death. "Padre"
I had a warm place In tho hearts of his
tribesmen, but their customs required
them to make a heavy sacrifice.
Get your periodicals bound at the
EVENING HULLETIN'S Bindery.
Into Port Leukine
San Fran- isc-o Jan
John G North. Captain Scastiam,
came Into pent ye-sti-rdiiy morning. IS
days from Honolulu having put in for
repairs while bound to Port Townscnd.
The schooner was taken Into Oakland
creek. Captain Scastratn teported tlut
on December 23d in latitude M cleg. 1
min. north, longitude lot! cleg. 19 mln.
west, a severe northeast gale carried
away the spanker and foiesall, and
riuiMil tho vessel to leak.
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FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
PEKING i.JAN. 18
GAELIC JAN. 28
HONCSKONQ MARU FED. 6
CHINA FED. 14
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
NIPPON MARU FEU.
From Vancouver ana Victoria, D. C.
(For BrUbano and Sydney.)
MOANA FED. 15
MIOWERA . . . MAR. ID
AORANGI APR. 12
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
H. HrVCKFlBLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of the above line, running In connection wlu the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, D. C, and Sydney, N.S.vV.,
and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Drlsbane, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.;
From Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, B. C.)
MIOWERA . ..FED. 12
AORANGI 5iAR. 12
MOANA ..APR. 0
MIOWERA . MAY 7'
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United Stages and
d all gener&l Information, apply to Europe. For Freight and Passage an
Theo. H. Davleo & Co., Ltd., Gcn'l Agcntw. I
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
8. S. OREGONIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about Dec. 20.
8, S. CALIFORNIA, 6,300 tons, to sail about Jan. 20.
S. 8. 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 Urookln, ut
nil times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. MORS 13,
General Freloht Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
- r j
21 ' : flH ?--- i KZ. v1sssHsflljlu3f-riMBf!liZKlssW
present I'liliivMe exclusion law, rather
than enacting nn entliely new law He
said toda "I will support any bill
piiiposecl b the committee of Pacific
Coast Senators and ltepresentntlvi'S
u The ac liuoner 1 nni1 ,,m ailvlsecl tnai an me uniiionua
ileiegaiioti w-111 uo iiiu same. .i tun
same time. 1 II111I tliat Uoiigressmeii
generally sc-em to Incline townrcl the
simple recinattmeut of the present
law rather than toward a new law.
They say Senator Lodge's bill Is an
Administration measure) and that It
can be passed practically without de
bate, while a new law. however care
fully framed, might cause prolonged
Representative Metralf shares these
views anil Is Inclined to think that the
Pac lllc Coast should after all propose
the 10 enactment of the present law
A committee of Pacific Coast repru
sentntlves will meet soon niter Con
Kress cunvcncH ami agree 011 th
course to pursue.
Tin iiiiilerslgt.c d having been dtilv
appoint' d nilmlnlstrutor ot the estate
ot II P Mejer deceased late of lva
lue Moliiknl notice Is liereb given to
nit peiKoiiK having claims against said
estate to priwnt them duly authenti
cated to the undersigned within six
months fiom il.it or they will In- for
I'M r haired, and all persons Indebted
to the mtd estate are recpiested to
11 ill. e Imineiltale pnvment to me at Ka
tne Molokai or to II It. Hitchcock. Ho
nolulu. OTTO S. MF.YER,
Admliilstiiitor of the Estate of II. P.
Honolulu, January 7, 1902.
2(138 .Inn. 7. 13, 18, 23, 27; Feb. G.
HLFliUI'EI) TO KNOX.
New York, Jan. 7. A special to th
Suit from Washington savg With th.it
promptness which Is one of his until
rluiacterlhtits, Koohcvclt has already
determined what action shall be tnkui
with regard to the appeal made by
Schlc) from the findings and 0111111011-1
of the Schley court of Inquiry and Scc
tctar) Long's Indorsement of them. Ho
will refer tho appeal to Attorney Gen
eral Knox with directions to luvcxil
gatc ever point in the most thorough
manner Knox cannot be ntcused of
being iinfrlcndl) to Admiral Schley. On
two occasions when he necessarily ' -came
concerned in the Schley case hli
attitude Indicated that he was favor
ably disposed toward that officer.
IN THE CIRC l IT COURT. FIRST
Clicult. Territory of Hawaii. In Pro
bate st Chambers In the Matter of
the Estate of Hugh MacMlllan. of Ho
110I11I11. O.1I111, Deceased. Intestate. IV
tltlon having been filed by James T.
Wason. M I) n creditor of said In
testate pralngthat Letters of Admin
istration be Issued to David Dajton,
notice) Ik hereby given that FRIDAY
the llth day of FEBRUARY. A. I).
I'.niJ ut lo o'clock a 111.. In the Judi
cial building. Honolulu. Onhu. Is ap
pointed the time ninl place for henrlng
said petition, when and where all per
sons c one cu tied may appenr and show
cause If nny they have, why said Pe
tition should not be granted
Honolulu. Oahu January 10, l!)n..
By the Court
J A THOMPSON.
2012 tt Jan 11. 18. 25, Feb. t.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
I THE BULLETIN
NO PAY UNLESS CURED
Varicocele Makes a Coward of a Man,
T SAPS THE VERY ESSENCE It drngs tho nervo out of a man pie hut has one cured by Dr. Me-
111 coinage fiom his vitals ami tpiKKcr man consumption. 11 noes i.augnun s i.ieciru ueu. is emu -
leaves him weak, aged and dlscoiu- not dostro) Hie, but it destrovs all pioof?
aged that llfo Is worth living for. "It cured me." 1: 0. Chamber
The drain of vltnllty due to a Huvo )ou got It? If so. be cured Iain. C51 Vallejo street. San Finn
weak ingestion weak kldnejs, at once. Dr. McLaughlin's Electric rlsco.
iheuinntlsm, neivous debility nnd licit Is a guaranteed tine. It has "Cured me of rheumatism " J. u.
,, . ..I.I..,. I... ....... ... r.i.llll . ... .... ,.f l.nln....l.. Dnnli.M I nn Tfnt.nl. f'f1
.. I1IO&U II1I1II1UH VMIICII UlinC IIUII1 UA- ill'UH Clliun ,1 .UIILULL-IU. l.itlltMlll, ..'.llh .-., .u,.
tesslvv cllsiernrd of the lawB of na- "My Varicocele Is Lured, and t "Cured my back and ennsflpa
tin t Is almost ns bud. feel better and stronger than I have
No ical happiness can como to a for yeais. C. A Iletircns, tlrncey
I I 111.111 wlin KiifTmu like tlilR. flllISlll nln.
" "Alter eais of suffetlng from 011 nie unjust to yourscir, to guaranteed, and no man is asked f
o Yuiitoeele ami weakness, and Dials our trlends und those who look to to pay for a cure If ho dun't get It
ot manv otlier leiueilles, Dr. .Me- ou ror tneir lutiire happiness it ou ray lor wnni ou get. 4
Lniiglilln's i:iectrlc llelt c moil mu allow this trouble to drain jour life- That's a better plan than doctor I
in six weeks." Louis I'oscallna, nwity Cure It now. lug and pivlng out two or three I
In n few elavs aftor you begin ilollnrs n week as long as jeiu live T
weuilug the Dr. Kielaiughlln llelt Como and see me, or If ou can t
you will fuel now life nnd spirit In send lor the nook sealed, free on
1 milieu 111 uuciv uiiu vuiiaiii'u- i
e tion." J, A. McCoy, Presidio, Cnl T
y. It cannot, will not tail If ou try 7
it. Don't hesitate. It Is absolutely
Mok Hill Cat
You wear It while jou sleep. It
' Infiist'H n glowing warmth: It
' washes out the clogged vaileoso
1 veins Kstoies new blood, and re
1 nev s healthv circulation. It cures
tlie v.oist cases of Vnrlcoeelo In
, three niontliB
Have jou got Vuilcocele? Rend
m book It descrlhes the troumc
and will tell ou if you liavo It.
Nine enbes out of ten of enilj cle-
ca 111 men are caiiBcd by Vnilcoecle.
our neivcs, everything will 1,101.
bilghtei to you jou will be toll 01
iinililtlun Your neighbors su It
cured them, why should It not cure
"Your belt Is a sure reme il for
Varicocele and back pains ' Hi ni..
Ill ns ton, Point Arena Cal
There's a cure in e'verv to'U in
the Stato? not a hamlet of fl'tv " o
lecpiest. It ephilus the tumble
1 am the Inv tutor of tho Cushion
Elc.i trade, which pi events hunting A
limn the tuireiit. All other 'belts X
1iii xi end bllNtei If thej give any I
1 iuii ni at nil T
I Inl.e nflii.1 htlfR in liniTe to T
pm e. how 111111I1 hitter mine is
Willi loilav and Inelii-e this nil
dr. m. h Mclaughlin, TM M,,pvTrcnr..of Be"r,r
t,,l,00.0. MK-00t"K'04t e-fr'
Located In the Famous Coallnga-OII
Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, completely sur
rounded by as rich oil producing wells
as there are In the Slate, yielding from
SO to 250 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at tho Coal
Inga wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With twenty-five producing wells of
100 barrels each per day, you can
make your own calculation as to
Thu oil industry of California Is tr
Its Infancy, yet many fortunes have
been made by judicious and lucky In
vestments In oil stock. Many more
will bo made In tho nenr future.
Tho avurugo advanco on original
sales of oil stock In twenty lendlnt)
companies In California has been
from Jl to 108 per share.
Oil lands have advanced from 1.2f
to 11.000 and (2.000 per aero.
When, tho Pacific Union Oil Com
pany has a number ot producing wcllt
on Ub property. Its stock will have
tho same show for oven a greater ad
vance, as snmo oil stock has advanced
from (1 to $1,500 per sharo.
Tho Pacific Union Oil Company n
no salaried olllcert. and Is controlled
by well known gentlemen of Integilty
who will scu that tho money derived
from tho snlu of stock will bo lngitl
tnatuly applied to the development ot
For further Information, apply to J
II. FISHER k CO Stock and Hon-.
Hrokors, nnd Hawaiian ugents for tbe
enlo of a limited amount of PacllU
Union Oil Company stock. 8tnngon
wuld building. Meiclmnt street.
Mumuia I'oi giiudm ss' sake Elsie.
whv nn ou shouting In that dlsgracx
lii' in- litem' Whj emit vein he quiet,
Elrli He had to be quirt the way
were phniug lien papa romlng
In nie inti. Hiid I 111 jou --Philadelphia
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The iindei signed having been duly
appointed ndinlnlstratnr of thu estate
ot cuing Ting, dec cased, notice Is
hereby given tu nil persons to present
their 1 lalnis against tne estate of said
Young Ting, deee-asecl, fully autlientl-
enti'd. wbetliei secured by mortgago
or otherwise-, to the undersigned at
the olllce of Messrs Whiting & Robin
son, 'room tut, J111I1I building, Hono
lulu, within six months from tho data
beieof. or they will bo forever barred;
and all persons Indebted to said es
tate are hereby tecpiested to mako
immediate paj incut to thu undersign
ed. Dntc-d Honolulu, T II.. Deo. 2S. 1901.
Administrator of the Estate of Young
2H3U Dee 28. Jan. 4. 11, IS.
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
One Hundred Dollars (1100.00) re
ward will be paid to any person giv
ing information which will lead to tho
arrest and conviction tit tho parties
who stolo n registered mall pouch
fiom the steamer Kmaii on or about
Saturday December 21st.
C. L. WIGHT.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
The uiulerslgncil beg to ndvlse ship
pers that until ruither notice the rate
of fieigbt fiom San I'inuclsco to Ho
nolulu liv vtenmers of (ho OCEANIC
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IS Arlington Building,
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