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EVnNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T. MONDAY. Jan. 20. 1902
10 lUIS POLO FEVER
Free to Men !
Arc you a weakling? Arc yon one of those unfortunate
joung men who, through Ignorance and bail company, have
contracted nervous spells, weak bach, varicocele, gloomy fore
bodlngs, loss of courage and ambition loss of confidence, bash
fulness, despondency and weakness? Dr. McLaughlin's Electric
Belt will cure jou.
Arc you a middle aged man suffering from nrlcocelc, pre
maturcness, Indigestion, constipation, rheumatism, lame bnck,
etc.? Dr. McLaughln's Klectrlc Belt will cure )ou.
Arc you an old man, declining before your time, liming
lost all ability to enjoy life, with prostatic trouble, lost strength,
debility, pains and aches and general decay of organic pow
ers? I can cure you with Dr. McLaughlin's Electric licit with
freo suspensory lor weak men.
I will send jou, sealed, free, my beautiful hook telling
about It If you will send this ad bend for It today.
dr. m. h. Mclaughlin, ss s-c.
Office hours, 8 a m to 8 30 p m , Sundays, 10 to 1.
Polo, that King of spoits has at last
given promise of n flourishing -xlst
encc In Illlo The popular paitlme
which has been (showing onlj medio re
signs of life has at last budded out into
an enthusiastic reallt) Two full
fledged teams hae at last been iili kn,
and exciting and Interesting spot- will
hereafter be the rule on Saturda.v af-
ternoons I'olo has c cr tliliiR In Hi
i advantage to make It a ei cnjj.'.iblg
form of amusement In Illlo To begin
with Illlo has no regular Saturday
I sport so that an amusement of thu
kind ever) week would meet a long fell
want In the communis The grounds
I of Hoolulu I'ark are so arranged that
viewing the game from n carriage
would be not on! a mattei of cas Lilt
of decided enjojment.
Those who pla) polo In Illlo are.
' Prout. Balding (2). Ouard Kennedy,
Grace Scott und Elgin Efforts tit e bo
ing made to Incriasc the : lembt'tslilp
of the clubs but the material now nt
1 the disposal of the placrs Is sufficient
to make up two rattling tool teams.
Two combinations made up on the fol-
' lowing Hues would ucfd an authoilty
On the sport to pick the winners
No 1 front (captnlnt, Guard EN
gin and W T. Balding
No 2 Kennedy (inptaln) Scott.
Grace and Balding,
Prouty has by far the best horse of
the outfit fur the beast follow a the lull
well and gets the spirit of tnc game
I Kennedy's horse as soon as It gets
J over the sulks will be an anlmr-1 that
, will be hard to beat Balding his a
i fair horse but mote trnlnlng will Im
prove the beast All the other arc
I fair well mounted Tribune
who Is contemplating the puiehnso of anything In the line cf
METAL DISPLAY FIXTURES, Show Cases, Etc., for windows or
Interior, cannot afford to buy until ho has consulted us.
We take measurements lor fixtures of all kinds, metal slcns,
wood or metal grilles, etc., and fit them properly. If there Is any
mistake, remember that
We Are Responsible
Cull i .Id 8cc Uh Aliout It.
SOUTHERN PttIG GETS
Oceanic Steamship Company,
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
Washington. Jan C The I'nltel
States Supreme Court todaj revet seel
the decision of Circuit Judge Reus ren
dered in I SOS In Los Angeles, relative
to about 3 000.000 acres of land along
the line of the old Atlantic and Pacific
Italhoad Company The Supiemo
Court holds that the Southern Inelfio
Company Is entitled to these land1!.
They are said to he worth from $10.
000.000 to JI2.000 000.
Judge Hots held that the Southern
raclflr was not intltled lo the lat.di
iml Issued an Injumtlon restraining
It .... . 1..I...I.... till., t.. .twin. Tlu
m mm II lll'lll ' llllllllllH till' III mi". II till
llB3r COrilBr Ot tmm3 lands compilsc alternate s. Hon-, fioin
i Needles to a point north of Lot An
-- - geles After the Atlantic ind '.nlfle
Itnllroad Ctutipanj failed to ittnhlHh a
o INCOME TJK
10 DODGF if
FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
YENTURA JAN. 22 SIERRA JAN. 21
ALAMEDA FEB. 1 ALAMEDA FED. 5
BIERRA FEB. 12 SONOMA FED. 11
ALAMEDA FEB. 22 ALAMEDA FED. 26
SONOMA MAR. G VENTURA MAR. 4
ALAMEDA MAR.15 ALAMEDA MAR. 19
VENTURA . MAR. 2C SIERRA MAR. 25
ALAMEDA APniL 6 ALAMEDA APRIL 9
In connection with tne sailing or the above steamers, tno agents are pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all poluts 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 AGENTS OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental 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.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
GAELIC JAN. 28
HONGKONG IIARU FEB. 6
CHINA FED. 14
DORIC JAN. 31
NIPPON MARU FEB. 8
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. S. 8. CO.
H. HfVCKFlELP & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers ot the above line, running in connection wlu the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between ancouer. 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 ami Victoria, B. C.
(For Brisbane and Sydney.)
MOANA w FEB. 15
MIOWEHA MAR 15
AOHAM1I APR. 12
l-rom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, B. CI
MIOWERA FEB 12
AOHAXQI MAR. 12
MOANA APR 9
MIOWEHA MAY 7
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
d all gcnercl Information, apply to curope. For Freight and Passage r.n
Theo. H. Davteo ft Co., Ltd., GcnM Agentft.
ilalm to the lands and the forfeiture
act was passed the Southern l'.itlfl"
I Italhoad Conipaii) claimed In the In
terlor Department that It watt entitled
I to the lands common to two'eontcm.
porancouo grants under the net of 1SC0
to the Atlantic and Pacific and the
Southern Pacific (main I'r.e grant),
but Secretary l.amar held tint the
Southern I 'at I lie was entitled onl) to 3
motetj of such lands.
The t'nlted States, thereupon. Ma)
14, ISIf filed a complaint In the t'nlted
States Circuit Court for the District ol
Southern California against the rfjuth
em Paclflr and other defendants wek
Ing to mild title to the lands and to
restrain the railroad eompanv from
claiming title 1'iom the decision of
Judge IIoks against the lallroad the
Southern Pacific Compati) appealed to
the I'nlteil States Supreme C'ouit.
which now decides In favor of the rail
TWICE BURIED ALIYE
Seattle. Jan 4 Ai cording to a stor)
signed lij II II .McNaughton of Hallux
Mission, Alaska, Chillies Hopkins, a
wealth) Stattle man was burled nllve
Decembei 12th Haines Is grcntl) ex
ited oi cr the affair and there Is niueh
bitterness Hopkins was subject to
cataleptic Ills and on several occa
sions remained In a trnnie for beveml
J.i)s. On Dei ember 9th while i hop
pins wood, he lost consciousness l'oui
da)s later he was burled despite tin
tact that man) thought him still nllve.
This summary uitlnn aroused great
Indignation and six ilajs later tin)
grave was opened The bod) showed a
lifelike color and the flesh bad a nalu
uil touch When the bod) was cpose.l
to the i old all the skin tunnel purple
Home people jicuuid eontrol of lit
bod) and bail It burled prlvatel), with
out wjltliij for di'M lupnicntH. Tbh
action luiif-id much trouble
I'll) hIi l.ints nt Skngivav express the
opinion that Hopkins was touting out
of a ti mi i when he was buried the
second time It Is thought that Hop'
kltiH knew what was going on but had
no povvci to give am sign It was
Hopkins belief that lie would be but lid
iilUe. This taken In eotinutlon with
the fait that there was no plivalelan to
ccitlf) us to his actual death bus glv-
n Mullein n ver) uiniplluited tin a.
Hopkins ovvird valuable mining piop
rlt) It Is said that be leaves u wife
end two hons lu Seattle. The-) have
not bien located.
Editor Evening Bulletin 'A Vic
Urn or the alien r naimd law asks for
some light on the qui stlon of taxing
Incomes In tils rase It Is a tax on his
wages I do not wish to discuss the
matter of collertlons for 1901 Lndcr
tho circumstances "Victim ought tc
be happ In the thought that the eol
lection did not take In 19m as well
He must be doubly a 'victim" when
he goes to quoting the United States
Constitution around these diggings.
"Unsophisticated In the wa)s of this
patt of the world' Is n good way to
put It This countr) Is being run on n
pollci of "to h 1 with tho Constltu
Hon ' nnd "tho peoplo be d d " Mark
(Ids well and heed It
I advise "Victim" not to be too pro
tiiinpttious about ventilating such
small matters as a little special tax
on wages, be thankful that )ou liao
enough wnges to bo taxed. Othcrc
hae run up against the "whole thing'
before this, nnd to be forewarned is to
bo forearmed. If you have a Job
work, don't let such crank heres) as
)our mention of a "constitution" would
Indicate, to get the best of ypur Juilg
ment. or )ou will regret tin utterance'
of such claptrap as others befoic )ou
linu' done Tnke m uchlce nnd 'let
good enough nlono,"
Comlngtlown to this matter of n
tax on Incomes It Is a wonder that
not "Victim" nlono hut lit nut of eery
ion of tlie remaining wage earning
tax paying frnternlt) allow themselves
to be mulcted out of much more than
the amount of the Income tnx, In n
hundred Indliect wo)s but )cll ns
though hit with n brick when stood up
foi n lump sum. "Dig"
Evciy dollar of "personal tax every
cent of license fees no matter foi
what paid nie as direct a tax on tho
wage earner as though taxed to him as
Income Moio than this It frequi ntly
bnppens that goods In the course of
manuractute from the raw material
and until the) reach the consumer aro
exposed to a tax nt each stage of the
process Take sugar as an example.
Taxed as raw material. It goes to tho
leflnery and Is there taxed as stock lu
warehouse, then as the refined nrtlelo
I: risks another tnx while In tho
hands of. first the wholesaler, nnd
then the retailer, finally reaching the
consumer with these xnrlous expendit
ures added to cost of manufacture.
What Is true of sugar Is cquall) ttuo of
every kind of manufactured goods.
The laboring classes form h) far the
gieatcr percentage of consumers, nnd
henco the burden of these Indirect
taxes fall most hoaWl) upon them, and
this, too In an Inverse!) Im rcaslng
rntio The less the wages reeelve;d.
compared with the earning power nl
tho Individual the greater thu per
centage of taxes burno.
To Illustrate The prollls tu capital
I Invested lu the sugar business hold a
Instruments Filed for Record January
K Kekal I A Maponn U
Instruments Filed for Record January)
K Mnhoe -.1 V Martins I)
Knntiamo I) Kcola I)
A (' Low kin -Wi stern . Hawn
Inw-stmi'iit Co Mtg I
I". K .Mnklno et nl-LIn Hop I.
CUTTS WAS PROFESSIONAL.
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.
Cambridge, Muss Inn II Olati F
Cults right tackle of the ij.u v ml foot
ball team of 1901, whoi athletic stand
ing was the subject of txhausthc In
quiry before tho game at Yale last
Nnwmbcr Is declared to br a profes
sional In j statement made public, to
daj b) Prof Ira Hollls of the Harvard
Athluli committee Evidence wa
produced that while teiching nt Hnvep
ford Cutis gave prlvati boxing iesoni
The matter was tborouglilv cllscus-
rd by the committee Cutis admitted
the facts and the commit Me decided I
the) must change their dec Uion made
thu evening before Hie Yale game that.
Cuttb was a pure amateur and it wa4
nisei derided tu explain the case to thx
college and to send copies of the ex
plunatlon to all the rollcgrs nnd unl
vcrslties which Uurviiid pUveel ns the
best means of reparation It Is thought
that, coming Just at this time the mat
ter will serve lo further the Idea, al
read) popular at Harvard of having an
Intercollegiate boirel of arbitration,
which shall settle nil such rases In ths
THE AMOUNT PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
HOME TOO. . .. k
We have now on tale lejts 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 COWIP'Y
204 .IUDD UUIL.DINC.
fixed relation to cost of production,
he lower this cost inn be fenced thu
greater the profits and vice vorna. Tin)
number of Individual workers is not
changed and where other economic
factors do not enter Into consideration.
tho earning power of the Individual U
Ewn planlntlon, with nn expenditure
of less than $400,001) for lalior C'UOO
men being emp)o)ed), mndc a net prof
It of $l.o.!0.imo on Its crop for 1!)00,
nnd this was U per cent on Its pres
ent capital stock. This plnntnllun us
It stands today represents an original
Investment ot not over ono fourth of
the present cnpltallzatlun This orlgi
nal Invcstmen would have been dead
but for the assistance of labor to till
the soil and mnke It productive, nnd
every flollar of Increase In the capital
stock, togetuer with tho excess earn
Ings of capital, represent wnges nnd
the difference between the wnges
earned nnd those received bv the
vvoiker ri'piescntH the most liuidin
sonic tnx known to this iniquitous
world It Ik tills factor that iucvltahl)
make s tbe rli b rlcuer and the poor
To illustrate this last point How
man) sbniehcilders, each with bis
HOC LIB II
Alturus Jan 10 The Modoc count)
Grand Jury early this evening return' .
cd Indictments against eleven of the)
men In custody for compllclt) In thti
Lookout lynclilugs This nctlou fol
lowed a decision of the Court late In
the afternoon sustaining the legallt) of
tho (Irnnd Jury whicli had been cbal
letiged h) the defense In the Brov n
The Indictments are for murder and
are against It 1' I.eventun, Isora
Hades and I W Brown, on four addi
tional counts, nuking five In all. Thy
firlgln.il Indictments were fen the mur
der of Martin Wilson The ne vv counts
nie for the murelei of Calvin Hall,
Frank Hall. Jim Hall and D.in 11. Van
tls, nil of whom nie t death with Wilson
nt the bands of l)nrhers on Mav aist
Six Indictments for the same murder
were returned against Louis Pouman-
teer. W J Me Daniel. Ileni) Knox A.
I, Colburn Jerrv Kresage and J. J.
At the tr.tranct
to the Famous
lao Vallev. ani
easy access to
volcano In thi
for Tourists ani
MAUI HOTEL, BSSLo"K,.
A. T. IIAGHNKAMP. MnnnCer.
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 are In the State, )luldlug from
SO to 2S0 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at the Coal
lnga wells. "0 cents per barrel
With twenty five producing wells of
100 barrels each per day, you can
make vour own calculation m tu
Potter t'laiidei Ilrowii ami S.im Parks profits,
were Indicted cm a single count fur. The oil Industry of California is in
tho murder of .Martin WlUon J Hut
ton and Claude Morris wcro also In
dicted, but the Indictments were dis
missed, the men having turned State's
This evening Mary Lorenr, n half
caste appeared before Judge Harring
ton and swore nut warrants for the ar
rest of It. I. Nichols, the Trow bridges
the Roberts and J. It. Mvers J W
Leventon nnd Clauele Marcus for mur
tiering old man Halt These men will
appear before Judge Harrington for
tliflr prrllmlnar) examination at tho
convenience of the iciurt AH the men
who were Indicted bad been confined In
Jail and no trouble was experienced
In Mn ing the warrants
FIRST CAPITOLOF THE U.S.
Ever) student of American lilstor)
ttiti (t J oiiuii iii'iiiH cum ii t it Mini. ,. . i . i .
"comfoitnbl. ellvlelinelH. nie Ihcie In ls nB?" "r. '""n"!.',1 ,,,l"t 1,,llr'" lhc,
this plantation ns an offs.t to the. "' "r. M,i. w 'V"8'' "!" General
2UU0 workeis Iheteln? Eiuli with his !,'T.' '','.' V ."''AeV'T:1 ",""" "ahl
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE: BETWEEN
HEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
8. 6. OREGONIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about Dec. 20.
6. 8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, to sail about Jan. 20.
8. 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
all times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
pittance of wages, lias the samu
"wants' as the more fortunate share
holder a mouth to feed, n hack to
clothe and nil the "Incidentals' that
g'i to make up the ambitious and nva
i lee s of even his station In lite; and
that the) arc pampered to is shown
h) the "prcilltK ' declared u) the "plan
Could the truth be known, the dally
expenses of the Zliuo plantation
hands exeeed those of tbe entile nuui
her of shareholder Evei) thing they
rnt di Ink nnel wear Is loaded clown
with Indirect taxes nnd as the ratio
of expense to nconie so nie the bur
dens ot tills tux Ine leased ot decicas
id Less "piollls" cm the enhanced
capital anil u tnliei nppoitlcmmcut of
wage would make some wini) workciu
think tlie second coming of Christ wus
If laboi would sllll.e at the loot of
the c vll Instead of strlklnt. at the null
It has borne the le might lie a clav o'
emancipation toi Its slave's us there'
was feu the slaves nl the Southern
Evei) acre of "water lights" and
land in en Hint Is being bartered awa.v
lu this Teiiltcuy Is welding menu
shackles fen hihoi ami lite leasing the
nuiiilii i nl Victims."
Yiile cei tax land values nnd public
utilities mil), and )ou will throw the
buiilen and )oke fium lalioi and
"A VICTIM '
IIILO 1)0K AS8UUIIU.
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
i mi DULLLiiin
Illlo Jan IT Philip Perk of tho
I'libt Hank or Illlo returned by tho hist
Kmnii Willi the Information that a
omple'te understanding line, beon nr
lived at between the elo Dock Coin
pan) ami the Government officials at
Honolulu Theio Is now no cihstai le In
Hu ) of tlie progress of the big
.Mr Peck's visit to Honolulu was for
Ahe put pose of Intei viewing the Tenl
torlal olllclals rewriting the eloe 1. lie
sa)s that thu plans ol the compui)'
weie nppieiveel and that he loitml the
offle lals willing to do all that had bee n
asked of Ihein Tlie e'literiirUe now
Is upon n good business looting nnd
die actual constitution will presiiiu
ibly go loi.viud .' muctlug ol ihn
aiemhvrs of the clock eomiiaus will be
held In a ahoil time at which various
'pMi'Mtlcms will be duliled Tribune.
"WIlV elo VOU bllllS tills lo tlie'
thuudeieel the vvearv edltoi UiiiihIIiik
(he MS back Into the hands ol tin
"nceause, replied the haul, tlnilel
1), "I haw no stump Boston I'03t.
I)lt. LIUUEi: DYING.
Berlin, Jim 'J Hi Einst l.libei, the
Ceulilst Icadei lu tin- llulchsi.ig, U
Hi. Euist .Mcila l.lc Uci Is mobably
the mutt Influential man In public llfu c relli s lot the National .Musi urn
Ington from the Chesapeake and sot
file to the Cnpltol which was almost
entirely dvstru)cd, sa)s thu Washing
ton limes Wlitn peace had been do
elared the Government started to
hitlld the new and present rntiltol. and
as n preliminary to tho samo. Bet about
clearing away the charred remains of
the old structure
Now In tho burning of the old Can
Itol the fire failed to reach n certain
quarter of tho building In which there
were two very handsome marble eol
limits as well as two sepiare cornered
pilasters of the samo material, npd lu
clearing the situ tlu so columns vvero
bold to some enterprising pnrtles, who
weie men erecting tho St Chnrles Ho
tel nt tbe corner of I'e uns.vlvanla avn
line anil Third street? which building Is
Erected In lSL'n. this building lias
ic niulned a hotel ever slnie Tlie mar
ble columns anil pilasters above men
tinned stand on cither sblo of the
main entrance to tbe entice or lobb)
Passing along I'onns)lvanla avenue
people see these lll.u hie columns and
nl.i il for granted that the) aio of
wood painted In lepresent marble
and In hannonv with the rest of their
sillioiiuellngs A i lose I Inspection,
however discloses that the) nie of
Hue marble i li'gantl) ebliaded nnel
enivtd at Hie top In Imitation of lotus
leaves and then the wayfarei wondeis
bow the) come to he, here
All four miliums are of some varle
ty of Italian niaihle which In color Is
white with blue black laultlngs The
rolumus nn today, all that Is left of
the III st Capitol of the United States
nnel when the time comes, ns come It
will to eleinollsn this old building to
make mom foi n larger nnel more mod
ern strut tine, the Government should
not fall In secure these Interesting
its Infancy, )et many fortunes have
been made by Judicious and lucky In
vestments In oil stock. Many more
will be mado In tbe near future.
Tho average advanco on original
sales of oil stock In twenty leading
companies In California has boen
from 1 to 1108 per share
OH lands have advanced from ;1.2t
to J1.000 and $2 000 per acre.
When tho Pacific Union OH Com
pany has a number of producing wells
on Its property, Its stock will have
tho same show for even a greater ad
vancc. as some oil stork has advanced
from 11 to 1.500 per share.
The Pacific Union Oil Company nn
no salaried officers and Is controlled
by well known gentlemen of Integrity
who will see that the money derived
from the salo of stock will bo legitt
matcly applied to the development ol
Tor further Information, apply to J
II. riSHEIt & CO.. Stock and llond
Urokers, and Hawaiian agents for tho
salo of a limited amount of Pacific
Union Oil Company stock Stangen
wald building. Merchant street.
Intending passengers h) the S S
Sierra" leaving Honolulu for Kan
Kinnrlsco on .lannar) 2lBt are h -eb)
notified that the above mentioned
steumet will be given nulrkest po
slide dispatch ami will not remain nt
this port mule than six hours da) or
Tickets foi the above sailing must
he purchase d at the olllee nt the nu
clei sinned not Inter than Monday, Jan
uarv "ntli The Oimpaii) win not
guainntee tu ri'eelve baggage after the
arrival of the steamer, nor to nr
range tinnsportatlnn after the above
elate WM t! IltWIN & CO LTD
?( tt Hejjual gents CSS Co
IN THE CIHCflT COl'HT FIRST
(in ult Trrritor) uf nawall At Cham
1 rs In Probnte In the Matte-r of
tin Estate nt S. mined joeinnowitz, of
Honolulu Uiilm lec eased On Read
ing nnel riling tlie Petition nnd Ac
counts of tlie administrator oi the es
tate of raid dec case el wherein he nsks
that bis ac counts be examined ami np
proved, and that a llnal order be made
ot distribution nf the propert) remain
Ing In his hands lo the persons thereto
entitled, ami discharging him from nil
further respoiislhlllty ns such Admin
Istrntor, It Is Ordered that Krlda). the
Mth da) of IVbiuary. A I) IPO.', at lu
o'clock n m nt the Court Room of
tho said Court nt llontnulii, Island ot
Oahit. be and tho sumo hereby is ap
pointed ns the time nnd place for hear
Ing said Petition and Accounts, and
thnt nil persons interested ma) then
nnd there appear and show cause. If
nil) they have, why tuc same should
not be granted, nud may present evi
dence as to who arc entitled to the
Honolulu January 4, 1902
II) the Court
(1EOHGE I.e. CAS.
203T Jan 0, 13 20. 2 Clerk.
IN CIRCUIT COURT, SECOND
Circuit Terrltor) of Hawaii In Pro
hate, at Chnniheis In re Matter of
Guardianship of Sun Clio). Young
Cliov and Ah Tcing, tho minor ehll
drill nt Kou Kill lehl alias Akiu. late
of Pala Mil u I deceased Intestate. Or
eler nf Niitlie or Petition for Guardian
ship On IU ailing nun l icing the Petl
Hon of Kou Asiu (ih). )ntingcr broth
it of elc ceased of Pain. Maul, alleging
that elecensi'd ciieel Intestate on De
cember luth 1'JOI. at Pala. Maul,
aloresalcl leaving the uoove mention
ed minors without a guatdlan, and
pro) Ing that Letters or Guardianship
Issue) to him tho said uclltloner. It Is
ordered that Thiirbda), January 23d,
kmi. ui in o clock a m. be and hereby
Is appointed for hearing said petition
In the Court Room ol this Court nt
Wnllukn Maul, aloresalcl, at which
time nnel place nil persons concerned
inn) appear and show en use-, ir any
they have, wh) said petition should
not be granted, nnd nirtlier that Apu-
Kal (vv) or t'liipalnkua, Maul, afore
said widow nf dee eased, bo cited to
appear and answer tn.s petition nt snld
time and place, bringing with her the
three minor children nforementloned
Dated Wnllukn, Maul, December So,
II) the Court
(Sigl JAS N K KEot.A
203T- Jan. ('.. 13 20.
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
One Hundred Dollars (JIO0.O0) n
waid will be paid to any person giv
ing information which will lend to tho
arrest and conviction of the parties
who stole a registered mall pouch
rrom the steamer Kinau on or about
Saturday. December 21st.
C. L. WIGHT.
2020 tf President.
lu Gciiii.iu) tenia) He- Is the leaden
of the I'entiUt uitv wide n consists
nitlrel) nt Catholics nnel holds the
balance or powei Di LIuIm i was
liniii nt Cambeig In tlie piovluci en
Nassau nud devoted lilmseir to thi
stud) nl law Elite Hug Puiliatnent at
an "ail) age, he devund his all in' Ion
nt (i Iv to bis political dull, s and
soon IOm to be the le aele ol Hi Cm
crlsts ami thioiigh thorn In lias be
eeiui" adinlite ellv though not avowedly
ur eiffli lull) the most pcjweilul nnn In
(ii rinniiv with the exception ol the
Dupeioi Oi I, Ichc t litis a Ivv a.v s he. on
Kii-uth Inn listed In auk ilea and link
maintained close luln ton" with the
(ieiman Ito'iinn Catholic (' ntral Sj
del j In the I nit' d States and has U
llcil this roiiuti) to ntie nU e oimntloiis
oi the church
Send the weekly edition ot the Bul
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NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
Wnllukn Jan IS Wnllukn tesl
dents are downhearted because Pro
lessen Merger with bis bind, rfnvo
Wnllukn the gcib) last week, return
liu dliect to Honolulu .liiul would
like to heai the baud, and Walliiku
being note el leu Uh hospltalltv tar
equal Illlo lu making the visit ot thr
boys piolllnble ns well as njcivablu
llnucvci Prof ('has V. King or Kn
inohaniidia School with bis bund ol
tinllitil sluguis. are se be dub d to ulvi
a tome it in Wnllukn Saturday Jiinu
nrv J'eth mid that will in a mensuiej
soothe tin gloomv aspect ol the music
loving people ot this town I'lrstilass
iitlstsaic sun tu find palnmago lioro.
The undei signed beg to advise ship
pers tlint until further notlio the rato
of fiulght r I om San rrunclscn to Ho
liolulu bv stenmi rs ot Hie OCEANIC
SlHAMSIIIP COMPANY will bo $3 u0
pel ton NET
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li ik mill Ii re js U mJ u i I rut K tu will w11t
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i il ini - mi i' ut ' i, i strj nruorjiinj
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Dlt. W. It. UOC.Lh,
18 Arlington Bulltllng,
Hotel St near Fort,
isultatlon ni olllee free
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
I'list Cliiult, Territory of Hnwnll. In
I'loh.ete, nt Chninbers In the Matter
nt the Estate nt John Da Costa Into
of K.iliuku, O.ihu, deceased Tho Pe
tltlon and in counts of the Admlnlstra
lor ol said deceased, wherein he nsks
Hint his ae counts be examined and ap
proved, ami that a llnal order be made
oi ellsti ihutlun of the propert) remain
lug in bis hands to the persons thereto
entitled and discharging him from all
neither iispohslblllt) ns such Admin
istrator having this day been filed. It
Is creleied that ntlDAY, tho ltth day
of KEIIHUARY. A I) 1902. at 10
o clock a m, at Chambers, In the)
Court House, nt Honolulu, ho and the)
same horeb) Is appointed ns the time
and place for hearing said Petition
and Ac counts, and thnt nil persons In
tuesti'd inn) then anel there appear
and show cause. If nil) the) have, why
tin same should not ho granted
Honolulu. January , A. D. 1902.
It) the court.
J. A THOMPSON.
S-iJT Jan C U 20, 27
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night watchmen furnished for bull I-
ings, buslm ss property nud residence ,
llulldcrs will do tell to consult Hov
ers ih recn'd In wnlelmien
Kitic .lolt IYintnig at tlio Uul
Ictiu ol'.lce. i