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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., TUE9DAV, JAN. 21, 1002.
Lines of TraveL
y. 1 1, a,
H.CROSS THE CONTINENT FIIOM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to Now York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals n-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
I H. LOTHROP, General Agent.
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St.,San Francisco.
B. U LOMAX, O. P. & T. A.,
1471 Omaha, Nebraska.
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINO STREET LINE,
Cars Icava Wtlklkl for town At 5-43. 6.ij, 6:4s A.M.
and tvery 13 minute, thertatter till 10:43, ittii and
nuiP.M. from Walklkl go to Uia Punatiou Statlti,
Cart Itava R Rangt or Pawaa awltcb tor town at
3:41A.M. and avtry 13 mlnutta thereafter till n.ofp.M
Cara leave Fort and Kin; streets corner for Palama
at 6:10 A.M. and every 13 minutes after till lt:es
Cart leave for Palama or.ly at 3 and 3:30 A.M.
Cars leave Palama for Walklkl 3:43 A.M. and every
13 minutes till e43 P.M , then at 10:13 and 10-43 ?
The 11:13 P.M from Palama for Punahou only foes
to Walklkl on Saturdayi.
Cart leave Fort and King streets corner fot Rllle
Rente at 3:to and 1-30 A.M.
.ars leave rort and King streets corner ror waiKmi
at 6.0s a.m. tnJ every 15
10:15 n4 ti:tp.M. Tl
Itnelaiai tltf n AaD III ttSatrl
he n:)3 P.M. goes to Walklkl
In all Its qualities supreme I That Is what Is sal J of "Dr. McLaugh
lin's Men," rn-st are the m-n I h.ive cureJ after they Ind suffered
forye.irsthe to-ture of Ntvuui Dihllitv, Vital Exluus'lon, Indices
Hon, Wasted Amhitio-i, RheumaMsm, Kidney and UlaJder TrouMes.
Varicocele, and other i?n, nf breaking down.
You ee them everywhere, as a man otis-nt to be, happy, lolly,
fullot vim. and nnJ cniirirj-. Thev are "Ur. McLaughlin's Men,"
and a e always ilinutmj; the praise of
Or. Mcl-nli'thUn's Rlsctrlc Belt.
Dr. McLaughlin Dar Sir: Your licit treatment tint) cured
me of all my sufferings. 1 would not bo an I was for the earth,
and I wish I had seen your advertisement before. It would have
saved me lots of pnln and money on those qttai-Ks who did nir
no good. You enn refer to me. Yours very truly. CUIUS TEN
BY. Grass Valley. Cnl.
While you are Bleep'.ng It Is curing you. It pours n stream
of vital warmth Into every organ, renewing vigor ntul restoring
the fire of youth. It hnsn sperinl suspensory for men. free. It
cures the worst cases In two or three months.
FREE TEST, FREE BOOK I want every sufferer from
Sciatica, Rheumatism, Lame Hack. Kidney or Ulntlrler Trou
bles, General Nervous or Vital Weakness. Indigestion, etc.. to
test my Delt free at my office. If you cnit't ca... semi for my
book about It, free. Inclose this nil.
dr. m. h, Mclaughlin, tizzx:,,,;
Office hours, 8 a. m. to 8 30 p. m.; Sundays. 10 to 1
Never Sold by Agents or Drug Stores.
BERETANIA STREET AND t'VUANU VALLEY.
Cars Itavt Pun thou Stable for Town at 5:) end
for Town an J Valley at 3'io 5:50 6:10 Vto 6:40 1 and
Cars leave Oahu College for town an & Vatley at
6: jo 6:jo anJ ?:io a.m anl ever) 10 minutes till io:to
P.m. except the even hour and half, hour cars which
run from the Stable,
Cars leave Nuuanu Valley at6'io 6:jo 6:30 A.M and
every to minutes thereafter till 10:50 P.M,
Cars leave Fort and Queen wtreets for Punahou
College at 6.05 6:13 6:4 s a.m and every 10 minutes
after till ou p.m. After that the cars run to the
Stable up to 1 1 :jop,m which Is the last car from Town, 1
reacninc we atapie ai it:jo p.m.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. JIENRIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Vo(cano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance Is ottered for
SEB THE COUNTRY.-
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauna u
at Kallua and take passengere overland
to Hookena, where the steamer Is met
who is-contemplattng the purchase of anything In the line of
METAL DISPLAY FIXTURES, Show Cases, Etc., for windows or
interior, cannot nfford to buy until ho has consulted us.
We take measurements tor fixtures of all kinds, metal signs,
wood or metal grilles, etc., nntl fit them properly. If thcro Is any
mistake, remember that
We Are Responsible
Cull ii.ul Bee Us About It.
The graduate nurses In the city have
been Invited to nttend a loelnl In the
rooms of the Y. V. C. A. this evening,
Oltlcers of the association will retelve
The Strangers" committee of thcY.
W. C. A. held a meeting nt the homo
of Mrs. (J. II. llerrey on Matlock ave
nue last opening. Plans to make new
comers to Honolulu feel at home In tlm
city were discussed.
The lMmatlonal cominlttro meets In
tho association rooms at 1 o'clock this
afternoon to discuss plans for the edu
cational classes. Arrangements hno
already been made for lace, embroi
dery, elocution and stenographic
elapses, and possibly classes In music,
rrcncli, Kpnnlsli ati't n frte 5 o'clock
lecture course If It Is evident that tlieu
Is sulllclent desire on tho part of the
members to have such a course.
Mrs. Frcnr will glxe the first of a
series of lectures on Thursday, Feb
ruary C. There will be eight lectures
111 all. Members who desire to attend
will be charged $2 for tho course The
lectures arc for members only.
The Physical committee Is planning ' od October 10, 1901
for a social for the physical classes to! ' Manuwiil and wife to
be held soon at the home of one of the.
association members. I
The Social lomtnlltcc will meet ill
Mm. Ralph (iere's home, Ilcnlnnl.i
street, nt 7:30 o'clock Friday evening.!
to arrange for games and a series of so-1
elals whli li aie proposed for the near,
The Joint social of the V. V. and Y.
St. C. A. 'a will be held In the hall of
the latter orgt nlKntlon on Tiicda) (
evening. .Inniinry 28. The Amaleiu
Orchestra will play at the social. i
Instruments Filed for Record January
K. Ilnnupn and wlfi -.1. Com a.
Knnukal J. Correa
Mrs. Mnknluhl In Uiwlan et al. . . I..
13. N. Illtlwuu Oear. I.nnlng &
t'. W. Cross L. I". Aivarez ...SIIr,
A Itentnto K. Katnyatna 11.8
Win. O. Smith SI. llalley and bus
It. A. Drtiinmuml i. J. Dittmmond
Instruments Filed tor Record January
I. Kallmann Hookohu et hI D.
W C. Achl li. Kahoomncmae el
W. P. Until Hose May U.S.
I.al 'J iiii et til. J. Kane llel.Mtg.
It. I.. Lugllsh ot nl. II. lttrt-h I).
II. Illrch K. Kngllsh U.
Knhlkl and bus. SI. Tlnelra D.
J. N. Kuktiahu X. W. Alull et nl..ll.
You have paid for two or three hornet 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. .. tt
Recorded January 11, 1902.
I. K. Kentwell to Chlng Kok; bill
in sale; oitchnlf leasehold, buildings,
cic. near Muunnkea street. Honolulu,
(Mhti; $1000. Hook 221, page 1ST. Hat-
near corner of Emma
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO. f FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1899.
STATIONS, tMILY DAILY
(Outoaid) tl. Sun. DAILY t. Sun, DAILY DAILY
A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. P M.
Honolulu too 0:13 ii:o i:t) s:to
Pearl City.... S.o) 048 11:40 3:47 j:jo
Ewa Mill 8) 10:08 la:oo 4:0s t:lo
Walanaa 10:30 4'41 -
Walalua it:)) 9:40 ....
Kahuku l:)i 6:1) ....
(Inward) 11. Sun. daily daily daily
AM. A.M. P.M P.M.
Kahuku t:)j .... a '4
Walalua :io .... a-jo
Walanaa t:io . .. ):);
Ewa Mill 3:30 TU3 1:03 4:)
Pearl City 6.13 8:01 i:)o 4:3a
Honolulu 6:30 8:)3 ):os 3.10
F C. SMITH. Qcn'l Pass. & Ticket Agt.
Q. P. DENISON. Superintendent
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
VENTURA JAN. 22 SIERRA . .
ILAMEDA FED. 1 Al.AMKDA ,
JIERRA FEU. 12i SONOMA .
ILAMEDA FED. 22, ALAMEDA
SONOMA MAR. 6 VENTURA
ILAMEDA MAR.15' ALAMEDA
VENTURA SIAR. 2ti SlLItRA
APRIL 6 ALAMEDA APRIL 1)
In connection with tho sailing or tho noovo steamers, me agents are pre
ared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
oad from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
fork by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co,, Ltd.
New York, Jan. O.-An Amerlenn '
ti 1111k line from Ciiutnn to HunKuu,
China the long cherishgd dream m
many promoters Is nt Init to be real-1
Ired through the business during and
enterprlso ol n few New Yorkers back
ed by the millions of August llelmont.
In less than three years Chlticie will i
be able to enjoy the luxury of Amen-1
can dining and sleeping cars In I with
the cities ot Canton anil Hankow, a
distance of "M miles. The great roud ,
"111 traverse a beautiful eountr. li
habited by twite as many people at,
are In the United Stales. The total
amount of business for the first yar.
It Is estimated, will exceed $jii,uiki.ihmi.
The New York promoters of tin road
made the announcement today ot the
organization of a company which in to
liilild the road under the title ol the
Amerlenn China I)eeloptnent Com
pany. William Itarchiy Parsons, chief engl
tieer or the Rapid Trnitslt Road Tor tho
clly of New York, is president of tlm
company. The directors nre August
llelmont. Pierre Mall, a member of tho
Importing firm or Henry V. T. Mall &
Co.;' Frederick W. Whiteside, lawyer:
Charles A. Whlttler and Colonel Al
bert Thys nntl Joseph do Voider of
The company will negotiate $l2,",(ifi.
000 of C per cent ild-year bonds issued
by thu Chinese Government. All the
capital has been deposited with J. P.
Morgan & Co. The agents or the com
pany will leao for China Immediate
ly, and construction will begin In n
To euro felons stir half a teaspoon
fill of water Into one ounce Venice
turpentine with a rough stick until thu
mixture appears like granulateil Honey
Wrap a good coating of It round tin
c; moitgagc: lot 2S. block 3. Kowalu
ttaet. Honolulu. Oahu: $25". Hook 220.
pi.ge !!. Dated January 11. I2.
Recorded January 13, 1902.
M. . Augustluho and wire to .1.
Mentlt: partition dee!: east half ol
lot 21. block 3. Kewalo tract. Hono
lulu. Oahu: $.". Hook 22'.i. page 333.
Dated January 11. ly2.
.1. Mendez and wife to M. (!. Ail
Riistlnho: partition deed: west hall of!
lot 'li. block 3. Kewalo tract. Honolulu.
Oahu: $5. Hook 22. page 333. Dated
.Inniinry 11, 1902.
J. I'eroz to K. da Sllva: niortgago:
piece land, Knlwlkl, llllo. Hawaii; $75.1
Hook 230. page 2n2. Hated December i
7. 1901. 1
K. t'klmntKU to 1. II. Schoen: bill'
of sale; leasehold, building, etc.. lmai
iln Hotel, llllo. Hawaii: $200. Dool;
224. page ISS. Dated January s. I!'02
C. II. Wetmori' to E. N. Pake; -e-lease;
portloil It. P. 2770. Kill. llni. '
Kuktinu, llllo. Hawaii: $Gon. look.
It'll!, page 410. Dated December 30. 1
E N. Pnlte: aflldavlt; In re owner-1
ship G5 ncres land. Pittimnl, llllo. I In-
wail. Hook ..4. page 4S9. Dated Jan-1
nary 3. 1902.
K. N. Pake to Onomea Sugar Com-
pany; mortgage: tliltty-lUe ncres
land. Pttumol. llllo, Hawaii; $20im.
Rook 2,".n. page 203. Dated January I,
M. Mat tins anil wife to A. Matioel;
mortgage; piece land. Kntipakulua.
Ilnmnkualoa. Maul: $2'". Rook 230,
page 201. Dated Nmrmhtr 11. 1'J'1.
J. Ilurkliishnv. to J. Ketnnndez: to.
lease; Patent 39:!S, Heneheneuln Iln
tiiakua. Hawaii. $13i. Iliiok '.'JO,
page 01. Dated January i!. 1!mi2.
A. I.ldgnte to M. It. Captll. release;
lot 7. Knlnehe hoiuostead, HatnaUua,
Hawaii; JiJiii'i. lkiok 230, page 2'i,"
J. Fernandez and wife to M. It.
Capele: deed; Patent S93V Heneheiie
ula, Hninuktia. Hawaii: $22imi. Hook
I 229. page .1U5. Dated January 7. 19u2.
M'. R. Capelo and wife to M. Hran
co: mortgage: Patent 393S. llenehene
nhi. Patent 1 1 SO. Kalnehe. Haiuaktia.
: Hawaii; $lf,d0. Hook 23u. page 200
Dated January 7, J902.
M. J. Nobrega and wife to M.
Ilranco: mortgnge; Patent 393ii. Kail
naniano. Hamnktia, Hawaii; $700.
Hook 230, page 207. Dated January 7.
Else et al. to K. Paawela: deed:
It. P. 2011, Kill. 224i!D. It. P. 533!
Kill. 22 IKS, Kahalua, Koolaupoko, Oa
hu: $750. Hook 231. page 21. Dated
January 11, 1902.
E. Paawela to J. H. Hoyd; deed;
Interest In It. P. 2011. Kill. 221CD. in
lercst lit It. P. 5339. Kill. 224US. Kahn
Inn, Koolaupoko. Oahu: $750. Hook
229. page 335. Dated Janunry 11. 1902.
Knal and wife to W. I., t.el et al.;
deed. It. P. Ifiilt. Wallamoalkl. Klpn
hulii. Maul: $2. Hook 229. page 33i!.
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 ear line
passes through the property. For any further Information regard
ing prices, terms, etc., address
ISLAND REALTY COMP'Y
M the er.trjnci
to the Famous
easy access to
volcano In tin
for Tourist) and
MAUI HOTEL, B2SL0UPKUI.
A. T. HAOHNKAMP. Mnnnfjep.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
GENERAL AQENT8 OCEANIC S. S. CD.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Dccidental 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 FRANCISCO.
1AELIC JAN. 28 'DORIC JAN. 31
lONOKONG MARU FED. 6 . NIPPON MAHU FEU.
JHINA FEU. 14
Kaliikinui Meat Market
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Beretanla Street, Corner Alakea.
'Phono Blue 2511.
ALSO AT THE
MEAT 8TALL3 19 AND 20.
SING CHAN CO.
Hardware, Tinware, Glassware
and Carriage Goods, Etc., Etc.
and Hewer Conncc-
flnger with n cloth. If the felon Is I'uieii ucceiuner i. isui.
only recent, the pain will he removed, " I.el to L . Keo: ileed; portion
i-. itiiii nun ...in ii lanuiu. .muui
Loc'ted In the Famous Coalings
Fields of California.
Proven oil Innds, completely sur
rounded by as rich oil-producing wells
as there arc in tho State, yielding from
60 to 250 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at tho Coal
lnga wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With twenty-live producing wells of
100 barrels each per day, you can
maltu your own calculation as to
Tho oil Industry of California Is In
Its Infancy, yet many fortunes bavo
been inado by Judicious and lucky In
vestments In oil stock. Many more
will bo mado In tho near future.
The average advanco on original
sales of oil stock In twenty leading
companies In California baa been
from $1 to $108 per share.
Oil lands have ndvanccd from $1.25
to $1,000 and $2,000 per aero.
When tho Pacific Union Oil Com
pany has a number of prndticlug wells
on Its property. Its stock will have
tbo satno show for oven a greater ad
vance, as some oil stock has advanced
from $1 to $1,500 per share.
Tbo Pacific Union Oil Company ni
no salaried oMlccrs, ntul is controlled
by well-known gentlemen of Integrity,
who will sco Unit tho money derived
from tho salo of stock will bo login-
in Tin: I'litri'ir cot rt of the
S id ('In nit.- Territory iif Hawaii.
At riianilH'i. in Probate. In the Mat
ter ol the Entitle of Ah Kama Kill,
late ol Kaiiialo. Molokal, dot eased In
testate. Ilelore .liulge .Touts W. Kalun.
tin reading and tiling the petition of
Ami nil), brother ot deeenseii. of Ku
tnnlii. Molokal. alleging thu. Ah Kama
lib I. ol Kniunto aforesaid, died Intes
tate at i-aM Katnnlo on iiie 2Cth day
ol .Inly, l'.ml. leaving property In this
1 rrltoiy necessary to be administered
upon, ntul ptnylng tlm Loiters of Ad
ministration Issue to said Ami (ell).
petitioner, it Is ordered that Thurs
day, the Mil day of February. 1902, al
III o'clock a. m.. be and hereby Is ap
pointed for hearing salo Petition In
the Court Itoom of this Court nt Wal
liiku. Maul, nt which time and place
all persons concerned may appear and
show cause. If any they have, why
said Petition should not bo granted.
(Seal) lly the Court:
I Signed I J AS. N. K. KKOL.V
Dated WhIIii1.ii. Maul. Dec. 19. 1901.
20.12- Dec. 31, Jim. 7. 14. 21.
IN THE flHt'riT COl'RT OK THE
First Chenlt. Territory or Hawaii. Al
CliainliiTH. in Probate. In the Matter
ol the Estate of ,1. W. Kealakaa of
Walalua. Oahu. Deceased. The Last
I, uiv ii,.nt-u n. i . h iiii, nun ...in Kinanuiit. muui:
To dtsie black ants a few leave, '3L Rook 22,. page 33T. Dated dann i " PP' "- l-c,opment .1 '2(ZXiZl MnS
sects. Is said to be effectual 111 ill.. ,I'ed. Interest In A p. 3. ft. P. lt)2G. II. FISHER & CO.. Stock mid linn 1 " ' !'' " ; "" " ,.an '" ".
lodglngthem. 'V,,'.-,"r7"' ",!'r,h, '" Ap' 3- "' '' llwkm. Mi "" "' '' n Lb B,V.W K I hsff SsWeL
To purify water In n cistern two !'. Kul. son. Pauoa. Honolulu. Oahu; sale of n limited amount of Pacific i " '" ''" ' " ' . t '" Kebrtr
ounces of permangannte or potassn 5n. Hook 2... page 33S. Dated Jan- Union Oil Company stock. Stangcn- ". ,x ,,',?,;,.. nt V" ,,v,,ck n m In
thrown In a cistern will render the nry 13, 11102. wniu building, Merchant strcot. .i,,.' i,ii,.in,.-nuiMinL- Honolulu iier.v
foulest water sweet and pure.
Tho dust cloth for any room should
be lightly sprinkled before using, ntul
should be washed and dried nfter ev
ery dusting opernllon. Dirty dust
cloths do more harm thun good In
cleaning a room.
To prevent the croquettes rrom
sticking to tho wires dip the frying
basket Into tho hot fat before filling
A thick paring should bo taken
from cucumbers In order to remove
Aana to Tong Mon: nsidgnmcnt of
Itnse; piece land. Wnlplo. Ewa. Oahu;
$210. Hook 22S. page 4 IS. Dated De
cember 24, 1901,
W. C. Achl nnd wRc to A. Trnsk:
deed: lots 1. 2. 3, I, 11. 12, 13. 15 and
10. block 0, lots IS, in. IT. 18 and 19.
block n. Kntulanl tract. Honolulu, Oa
hu; $2900. Rook 231. page 26. Dated
December 31. 1901.
I J. W. Pakiko to A. Trask; deed;
It P. 2i:"9. Kill. 31.'.". Kakaakn, Hono
lulu. Oahu; $1. Hook 224. page 27. Dat
um liltii.r nor.ion Ivlnir dlreetlv under 1 ed May 31. 1887.
' . ". . . .. .... I 1....I.I... ...... n n ,.... ... . .1.....1.
luuiilllli.iillil 111 1 , viMIII -l Iln, tli-i-il,
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. S. 8. CO.
H. HVCKF.ELt & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
StearaerB ot the abovo line, running In connection wlu tho CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between . ancoiivcr. II. C. and Sydney, N.S.iV..
aid calling at Victoria, U. C Honolulu nnd Rrlsbano. are DUE AT HONO-
ULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
rom Vancouver anu Victoria, B. C. , hrom Sydney and Brisbane.
the skin. A very thick slice should
for the Biime reason, be removed from
the stem end.
The best apron for occasional use In
the kitchen Is made of straight lengths
of ginghnm sewed togelner In n pleri
wide enough to easily envelope the
figure. The bottom nnd sides nre
hemmed. Openings nre cut nt the
top tor the amis, the two sides being
connected over the shoulilet by a dou
ble bins band. The neelt. both back
nt'd front. Is straight nntl Is gathered
Into ii facing. The distance between
the openings Tor Ihe arms should lie
determined bv the width n quired nt
the foot of the skirt. Three or four
fFor Brisbane and Bydney.) (For Victoria aud Vaueouvor. R. C.) I buttons nud buttonholes close the
lOANA FED. 16 MIOWKHA I'EII. 12 bark. The benntv or these aprons Is
MIOWEHA .MAR. 1.1 AOItAN(!I .'..MAR. 12 that while they are quickly made tlmv
VOItANRI APIt. 12 MOANA APR. 9 . ptoteet the gown nt the back, ns well
MIOWEHA MAY 7 as nt the front, und prevent the waist
., I.O ,r. '., n,l ITr.1 U,.u ...! 1 1 Oni lieillg Hlill HT-ll Millie 1.,.-.. . I II
tlonH ii Hpcclalty.
22a King St.
R. R. Depot.
between River St. and
Fine English and American Goods
65 Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
p o in . ,6i.
TEL WHITS 01
Through Tickets Issued from
1 all gcnertl Information, apply to turope. For Freight and Passage nn
Thco. H. Devlc r- Co., Ltd., GcnM Aftcnt.
King Street Near Nuuanu.
FIRST-CLASS MEAL8 SERVED
AT ALL HOUR8.
Cheapest Good Meal In Town.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
i. S. ORECONIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about Dec. 20.
I. S. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, to sa I about Jan. 20.
I. S. AMERICAN. 6,000 tone, to sal during February,
rom San Francisco S. S. HYADES, 3,000 tons, to sail dan. 4 tor Honolulu.
Freight received at Company's wlmrf, 42nd Street, South Ilrooklyn. at
all times. For further pai titulars, apply to
C. P. MORSE,
General Freloht Agent. H. HACKFCLD & CO., Ltd,
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
eggs, baiter nnd the llle
real nud personal property. Kapan. Pit
un, Kauai: (1. llonl. 231. page L'S. Dat
ed Mnv 7. 1901.
Y. I. Crehote to M. J. (lonsales;
release; lots fi 7. 2H. "J", block 12, por
tion lots o and 2S. block U. Kewalo
trnct. portion It. P. i!79S. Mil. 372111.
wiikll.i. Honolulu. Oahu: $ln0it. nook
2S0, page 2ns. Dated January 7. 1902
f'.eorge Itoss nnd wife to .1. A.
'tuck; deed: Interest ill piece land.
Kama ii. Noi.a llllo. Hawaii: $223.
nook 2.11, page 21). Dated December
Recorded January 14, 1902.
J. Kumnlac et al. to .1. A. Magulre:
"sslirnnii'iil of lease; tiro leaseholds,
North Konn. Hawaii: $:imi. Hook 22S.
pace -149. Dated January II, 19n2.
It. M. Mnenulnv to It. ('. Sllia: as
iKiitnent of lease: iiortioii Ap. 2. It.
P 3012. Kill. S3S Emma street. Hono
lulu, (mini: $1. llonl, 212. page 172.
, Dated .Inniinry HI. 1912.
Intending passengers by the S. S.
"Sierra." leaving Honolulu tor San
Francisco nn January 21st. arc hereby
notified that tho above mentioned
steamer will be given qnlchest pos
sible dispatch and will not remain nt
this port inoie than six hours, day or
Tickets for the above sailing must
be piuchnHcil ut the olllce ot the un
dersigned not Inter than Monday, Jan
uary 2tith. The Company will not
guarantee to receive baggage niter the
airivnl ot the steamer, nor to nr
range trniispnitntliin after the above
date. WM. tl. IRWIN & CO.. LTD.
Viil' H Ucoirnl Agents C S. S. Co.
by In appointed the time nnd place for
! proving said Will and hearing said ap
lilicatlon. when nnd where any person
t Interested may appear and show
cause. If any they have, why the pray
er or said petition should not be grant-'ed.
Honolulu. Janunry II. 1902.
Ily th.- Court:
A. ti. KAl'LUKOU.
Cecil llrown. Attorney for Petitioner.
2"ll Jan. H. 21. 28: Feb. 4,
THE OLD COW DELL.
1 am carried bnc1 to childhood,
To the duys ol long ago,
When we wandered In the wlldwood,
Whete tho rippling wniers Dow.
There we gathered .wmthtiil treasures
Near the pasture by the mill,
And we romped with thrilling ploas-',
Till we'd heard iln old cow bell,
Oh. the pleasant reiollectlon j
Of those Jo) mis uoodlar.d plays' ,
How It links my li'-iu t h affect Inn i
With those happ) childhood duvs! i
How we itimbled througli the ineadowt
Mven yot I love to tell:
And with evcnlng'M gntherlua; i.liaduvi '
Listen lor Ihe old cow lull
-K F. Lnil.nirf. M.I).
The (Itrcuwi) oi xiiUt In Finland ulll
douhtlci'R hurl) tie i'.ii la his pioi w
of i-lvllhing tin t'lnn." Into ul llvlun.
Denver Itcpiiblli nn.
Pottaac nn the Qulletln's special ' t
dustrlal edition Is three cents to jil
parts of the States,
TlmmiiH 8iiiirc MuhIc,
The band will play the following se
lection at u concert In Thomas S'luan
this eieulpg. li KlimiiiK at 7:30 o'clock:
Ol ci Hire--Kl niggle for Fortune. .Suppe
Finale I Ulilininenti) Sanelll
ielecllon- Attllla Verdi
lui Ka In Noe o Kolo.i
lb) Ol ilol Ha.
Miss 1. Ktdllaii.
id) .Mulkul kit Mikaul o l-'olislu
Mrs. N. Alapal.
I Coin-1 Solo Mice. Wheie
1 Mr. I'ruili s Kroiltcr.
Ktleiliiin The ItObe of .Shlras ..
grvtit -I'loniiloia Stuart
I .jr li Cc cu. ft nn. CiHiii ..Friedman
The Star SpnuRUd llanuer.
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
Twenty live per cent of Ihe lapltnl
stock ol the Honolulu htoek-Ynrds Co..
Ltd.. will he re! milled to stockholders
on presentation or certificates or paid-
up slock nl tlie oince in .las. .Mor
gan. Ksip. on or after Wednesilay, Jan
nary 22d, 1902.
I., de L WARD.
Treasurer Honolulu Stock-Varils Co..
Ltd. 20 19-1 w
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) rt
wnrd will be paid In any person giv
ing Information which will lend to the
arrest and conviction of tho parties
who stole n registered mall pouch
from the stentner Klitaii on or about
Saturday, December 21st.
C. L. WK1I1T.
IN Till: CIHCl'IT COURT OF thi:
Fllst Circuit. Teriltorv r Hawaii. At
Chuiubeis. In I'tohnte. In the matter
ol the Hstate ol Slug Wnl. alias l.au
Sun Mel, Deceased. Intestate. Petition
hi.ilng been tiled by Wing Wo Lung
Co, eiedllois ol said Intestate, pray
ing that Letters of Administration up
on fit hi IChtutc he Issued to Charles
Cimllcr. not lie Is hereby glien that
Mondny. the 17th day of February. A.
D. 1902. at 1" oi lock a. m.. In the .In-ilicliii-y
building Honolulu, is appoint
ed the time and place for heating said
Petition, win n and wnere all persons
lonieined may appmir and show cause,
it nny the hne, why said Petition
tdiutilil nut be granted.
Honolulu, January l.lth, 1902.
lly the t'oitii
Messis llolims & Stanley. Attor
n ys tor l'etllfotier.
2"ll Jan. II. 21. 2S; Feb. 4.
. . A she I
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
The nnderhlgneil beg to uiliMc ship
, pers that until lurther notice tlm rate
I of freight from San Fraiielsio to Ho
nolulu In steamers of the Ot'l-JANIC
SiMA-MSIIIP Ct).MPAN will be $3 nt)
pel toll ni:t.
I WM. (1 IRWIN ; CO. LTD..
I ; ul AgeniH Oc-anli Sleamship Co.
Hiiuoliilu. aiiuuii I". 1902.
1 The weekly edition of the Evening
J Bulletin Is the laraett and best pub
lished in the Territory. Sixteen and
I twenty pages. $1 a year.
PACIFIC Cl.fll. HONOLULU.
The annual nuetlng of the Pacific
Club will be held February 3d. 1902. at
the ('lull Hotit-e, nt 7 30 p. t'n.
DOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night watchmen furnished for bull-!,
lugs, business property nnd residences.
Ruilders will do well to conbull lioiff
ers ti regard to watchmen
Telephone the FVKNINO HULL!".
TIN. Main '-''' II ott have books to t
made, print lug to be dono. etc., ctcM
nnd we will call We have men that
know their luiKliies. 'fir that purpose.
General bookbinding, ruling, gilding,
embossing, maps, charts and artistic
printing nt tho KVKNINH llULl.UTI.N