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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, II. T., FRIDAY, JAN. 21, 1602.
Llnei of Travel. ' '.
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
r ' ' FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Dnl7 THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to Now York.
Fnllnan Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, 'with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
ff. H. LOTHROP, General Agent
115 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.1
B. U LOMAX, O. P. & T. A.,
1471 Omaha, Nebraska.
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KING STREET LINE.
Can Itivt Wilklltl lor town l)i:,i,(t)M
tni tvtry is mlnutti thrrlttttr till to 41. It!!) ani
iijjpm Irorn Wmlclitl go to ttlti Puninou SliUo
Cir Itavi R Ringt or Pwi twitch lor town at
5 jja M and tvtry it mlnutti ttitrtalter till it oJp.M
Cart Itavt Fort ana Kin; ttrttti cotntr lor Palatna
ate to A M. inl tvtry tj mlnutti alttr till n tj
Can Itavt lor Palama only at 3 and j 30 A M
Can Itavt Palama lor Walklkfs Afl ana tvtry
15 mlnutti tilt otiPM, ttitn it to tj inl 10 41 P.M
Tht it it p M from Palama lor Punahou only tots
to WalklU on Saturaayl
Can Itavt Fori and Klni itrttli corntr lot Rifle
Rangt at s 10 ana ijoah
Can Itavt Fort and King itrttti corner lor Walklkl
at 6 os A M and tvtry tj mlnutti till 10 o jp. M, thtn at
to Hand 11.01PM. Tht II P.M totl to Walklkl
on Saturdayi only,
BERET ANIA STREET AND t'VUANU VALLEY.
Can Itava Punahou Stack lor Town at t and
lor Ton and Vatlty at j 40 3 jo 6 to V to 6 to and
t to A M.
Can Itavt Oihu Colltzt (or town and Valltyat
6 jo 6 so and ? 10 A and tvtr) to mlnutti till to to
P M txctpt tht tvtn hour and hall, hour Ctrl which
run Iron tnt StaMt
Cartltave NuuanuVillty it 6 10 6 )o 6 30 A, M ind
tvtry to mlnutti thtrtafttr till 10 so P.M
Can Itavt r-ort and Quetft itrttti lor Punahou
Cotltgt at 6 os A is 6 4S A M and tvery to mlnmei
alttr till ots P.M Alter that tht can run to tht
Statlt up to 1 1 50P.M, which li tht lilt car Iron Town,
rtachlnz the Slibli it 1 1 jo p M
Telephone- to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA. - HAWAII
J, G. IIEXKIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To tbr Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance is offered for
SEB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Slauno uu
at Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookena, where the steamer Is mot
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1899.
STATIONS DAILY DAttV
(Outward) ti. Sun DAILY ex Sun DAILY daily
AM. AM. AM P.M P M
Honolulu . t to o if it os MS S ,0
Pearl City . B o 048 1140 j 4T 5 jo
Ew Mill I jj to 08 it 00 40s 10
Wlna .... 10 jo 4 43
WaUlua . 11 jj .... 5 40 ....
Kabulci it ) 6 if , ..
(InwirJ) tx bun daily daily daily
AM AM PM PM
Kahuku Si j . tt8
Walalua 6 to .. jc
Walanaa ....... . f 10 .. 1 SS
Ewa Mill . ....... 50 1 4) tot 4 Jt
Ptarl City 6 is 8 01 1 jo 45
Honolulu ........ 6 so 8 JJ jos 5:16
F G. SMITH, Gen'l Pass. & Ticket Agt.
O. P. DBN1SON. Superintendent
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Kahikinni Meat Market
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Beretanla Street, Corner Alakea.
'Phone Blue 2511.
ALSO AT THE
MEAT 8TALL8 19 AND 20.
SING CHAN CO.
Hardware, Tinware, Glassware
and Carriage Goods, Etc., Etc.
and 8cwcr Connec-
tlonn a Specialty.
229 King St., between River 8t. and
R. R. JJepot.
Fine English and American Goods
6; Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
p n Hoci
TEL. WHITS gt
King Street Near Nuuanu.
FIRST-CLASS MEALS 8ERVED
AT ALL HOURS.
Cheapest Good Meal In Town.
Torturing, grinding, rasping. aggravating pain' Lot It como In tlio
gttlse of Lumbago, Sciatica, Muscular Inflammatory "Come and Oo", In tht)
Joints, In the chest. In the hack, anywhere, I will cure It My Electric llelt
goes to the spot and drives It out, of the body It rcllecs the pain In nn
hour and cures the worst cases In a week
DR. MCLAUGHLIN'S ELECTRIC DELT
J las cured thousands of Rheumatic. It will cure ou.
Dr McLaughlin Dear Sir: About one month ago I began the use of
jour belts for the cure of rheumatism, having suffered with It for three
ears, and after having tried nil klnd. of medicines and doctors, and being
compelled to change my residence frum Amador county I began to Im
prove Immediately after three day's use of tho belt, and have continued to
do so since. It has done good work for me. I now get up In tho morning
feeling fresh and rested, Instead of that tired, worn feeling, and hae In
creased greatly In weight. I feel better In every respect, and hno our belt
to thnnk ror It Von may use this letter as rtu seo fit. Yours ery Truly,
WILLIAM II O'NEIL. 1317 Jesslo St.. San Kranclsco. Cal.
FREE TEST; FREE BOOK I want every sufferer from Sciatica,
Rheumatism, Lame Rack, Kidney or Madder Troubles, General Nervous
ness or Vital Weakness, Indigestion etc, to test mj Belt free nt m of
flee. If you can't call, send for my hook about It, free. Inclose this ad.
DR. M, H. MCLAUGHLIN, 702 Market St., Cor, Kearny, San Francisco
Office Hours g n m to S 3) p. m.. Sundays. 10 to 1.
who is contemplating the ptn hnso of anything In tho lino of
METAL DISPLAY FIXTURES, 8how Cases, Etc., for windows or
interior, cannot afford to buy until ho has consulted us.
We take measurements tor fixtures of nil kinds, metal signs,
wood or metal grilles, etc, and fit them properly. If there Is any
mistake, remember that
We Are Responsible
Call n.iil See Uh About It,
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder;
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
ILAMEDA FED. 1
SIERRA FED. 12
ILAMEDA FED. 22
SONOMA MAR. 5
ENTURA MAR. 2U
VLAMEDA APRIL, 5
In connection with too Balling or tho arjovo steamers, me agents are pro
tared to Issue, to intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
oad from San Francisco to all points in tho United States, and from New
fork by any steamBhlp 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.
Dccidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaish
Steamer, of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
NIPPON MAKU .
. MAR. 4
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
H. HACKF1BLQ & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of the nboo line, ruuiilDg In connection wlu tho CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. hetweon vancouer, H. C, and Sydney, N.S.V.,
ind calling at Victoria, U. C, Honolulu nnd Itrlsbano, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below stated, lz.:
'roni Vancouver anu Victoria, B. C.
(For Brisbane and Sydney.)
tf OANA FEB. 15
MIOWERA MAR 15
AORANOI APR 12
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
t all general Information, apply to urope. For Freight and Passage nn
Thco. H. DovlesTrCo.. Ltd., Gcn'I Agenta.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
. 8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tont, to sail about Jan. 25.
i. S. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about March 15.
rrom San Francisco S. S. HYADES, 3,C0C tons, to sail Feb. 19 for Honolulu.
Freight received at Companv's wharf, 42nd Street, faouth Brooklyn, mi
all times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSE,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
j THE BULLETIN
near corner of Emma
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA FED. 6
SONOMA FED. 11
ALAMEDA FED. 26
VENTURA MAR. 4
ALAMEDA MAIL 19
SIERRA MAR. 25
ALAMEDA APRIL 9
FOR 8AN FRANCI8CO.
DORIC JAN. 31
NIPPON MARU FED. 8
PERU FED. 15
COPTIC PEU. 25
AMERICA MARU MAR. 4
PEK1NO MAR. 12
OAELIC MAR. 22
HONGKONC. MARU MAR. 29
l-rom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Vlctotla nnd Vancouver, B. C,
MIOWERA . . . I'EII 12
AORANGI .MAR 12
MOANA APR 9
MIOWERA ... . MAY 7
UNION PACIFIC PKEPARES
FOR TRADE OF PACIFIC
Spending Millions For Improvements
on Road Bed to Secure Speed
Omaha. Neb, Jan 11. The plan of
railroad campnlgnliig to he carried out
by tho I'nlon Pacific road during 1902
was given out olllclnll) toeliy, nnd will
result In the expenditure of from J23.
000,000 to $10,000,000 In Improvement
and extrusion It Is a continuation uf
the general plan of putting the roid
In tho best possible ph)slcal condition
between Omaha and San Franrlsro but
the efforts tills scar will bo directed
almost wholl) to that part of the road
west of Salt Uiko and Ogdon and the
Oregon Short Line Twenty millions
nlone will be used In Improvements of
these lines nnd tho remainder In push
Ing the extension of the Salt Lnkc-Los
Angeles branch of tho Oregon Short
Line, which will be nenil) or unite
completed before Janitnr) 1st next.
Particular nttentlon, however, will
be given to the extensions nnd Im
provements on the part of the Short
Line which competes with tho .11111
The prime object It Is said Is to put
the road In a position, to control tho
Ininunse trade with tho Orient that Is
cxpccteil to be opened by the new con
dltlons In the East nnd Iluwall. This
trndo Is alrrads beginning to reach for
midable proportions, and the I'nlon ,
Pacific. It Is stated, Is prcpirlng to
meet tho competition of tho northern
lines. That part of the road between
.....l. I , .i. I
Omaha and Ogdcn bus been put In
prime condition by the expenditure of
several million dollars In Improve
ments annually for the past fhe sears.
Tho greater part of this money has
been used In straightening crooks and
cutting hills ami tunnels, thus reduc
ing grades to a degree that nn be over
come by the large engines without as
sistance. "The Union Pacific has lone slnco
decided that It must hac a fast linn
to tlio Coast gntewiis In order to re
tain Its hold on tho Oriental trade
snld the olllelnl who explained the pro
posed plan. "That t rattle Is betnmlng
greater every seir. nnd It was sonio
5 ears ago that this scheme for 11 com
plete oei hauling of the ssstcm wai
"The plan has been steadfast!) nil
liered to. so that now there Is the finest
Kind of n railroad from Council Dsuff
to Ogdcn. Tor that much of the wnv
no now make fast time, but as booh its
nc get past Ogdin wo nre compelled to
slow down nnd maintain the reduced
speed all tho rest of the joiirnes Im
provements on this line will he In the
nnturo of reducing grades, tnklng out
(crtnln curves and lessening others,
nnd rcballnstlng tho entire lino."
"Thftso Improvements will fix us
far the Oriental trade, which Is some
thing enormous, cspeclnll) to and
from tho Philippines nnd Japan They
will nlso cover Central California sat
isfactorily The other arm of tho work
meanwhile, will ho looking toward tho
improvement or rnciimcs ror getting
Into the Southern California liiislncss
The Southern Pacific lmproptiiPnts
are far tho most Important slnco they
lmo hearing tllreitlj on the gateway
business, hut this extension of the Ore
gon Short Lino to Los Angilcx Is also
11 hlg proposition
"It will require lictwepti TOO nnd 000
miles more to reach Lot Angeles and
It Is hnrdl) prohahle that tills can U
completed In 1902 although the effort
will ho made
New York, Jan. 13. William Mnr-
l'juI was the guest of huiio. tonight
tt tho annual dinner of tho Aineiluin
lt!,,t tuto of EU'lrlcal Enigiioois in tho
s-oi gallery of the W.ililmt Astoria.
1 1 oinas A Edison tviotn thnt ho would
In glad to bo prcoi'i'l, at he "tiuld
!ll,o to moot the yoin g nuu who hud
tho monuniintal nndusty to nltcmpt
nnd stiLcod In Jur.-pliu an clcnik.il
wao clear across tho Atlantic ocean '
Hlgnor Marconi, nn living lutrrttiuod,
ut first described what lilt sstom had
accomplished up to tho present I. me,
and cspcciall) in rcfeicmu to Its use 011
ships Ho then referred to tho profil
ing opinion that when 11 mtssiigi Is
hint Into tp.iro any one with tho uuc.
far) upparntus can Intercept that nics
bngo and road it He snld "Missagis
inn only ho nad when tho tccolcr
anil tlio trnnsmlttor am attuned Thh
attiinrd system, ns perfected. Is not ut
piosont in tifeo on ships,
It has been
deemed necessity that each ship
should bo equipped w If 1 upparntus
which will permit tho reading of a
message sent from any other ship, be
cause of tho possibility of aid being
required in case of danger. Therefore
all ships ate attuned so that one ship
cjii call up any other ship.
Aftei Mulshing tho description of
what hud boon accomplished Mi Mar
ten! spoko of his hopes foi tlio future.
II" declared that shortl) 't would bo
i sslbli to send man) mortages ovoi
the sea nt tho sainn time.
WukhIii HnrH Amcrlciin I'liper.
Wnslngtou Jitn 15. Tho Evmott
Pulp nnd Paper Compaii) or Hverotl,
Wash., which sent n coumgnim nt of
papoi to Vladivostok, was inioimoei
(hut It nun liupciKslblo to cntei paper
under the tuiltf liuietnlini In effect
Tho eoinpnn) tout inqiiiiloi to Bona
ten Fosteir who loiwaidcd the letter
10 Saiolnu Hu) In hU reply Sue
lotmy Hn) Mates lint owing In the
Imposition 01 tho tountervulllng duty
on Riiiiuliiu sugitr b tht United Slntos
customs autlioiities the Russian Gov
ernment has retaliated li exc In line,
tortnln impents from tho United
Suites into ItiiHsin from tho houellts
of the 'most favored nation clause.
Instruments Filed for Record January
Murfnrlniif & Co,, Ltd Robt Lalng
it ttl MS.
E (1 Keen and wife P C. Jones,
II lino Dan!. Hno D
C. R Dement C Drown, tr ...Mtg
Tr Lunulllo Est L J de Alencns
J. S Ilallcj Hallo's HouoCjclerj
Co .. ,L
Dalle) a Hono Ciders Co V C.
Peacock . . Sur L
J. II Afong S E Damon nnd
litis .... . . . . Re)
J. II. Afong S. E Damon and
S. E. Drown S W Wilcox Mtg
Instruments Filed for Record January
I'aakonln et nl. M PlltoI .... D.
M Pllkol I' Wiindenberg . Mtg
S. Mahoe ct ai II. P. Daldwln D.
Recorded January 15, 1902.
Jovla to knhulua, deed, R P 3418,
Kill 0121, Ap 1. Walohtl Maul. IG.
Rook 229, page 349 Dateil Dei ember
M Kalu to It. Mohomoho: deed;
Intel est In 11 P. 313. Kawalhapal
Walnlua, Oahli, $1. Book 229, pago
319 Dated December Is l'.nil.
A Dovcrlll to MamaUua Mill Com
pany, lease inteiest In Grants 1277
nnd 947 Panullo, Hamnkua, Hawaii
12 scars at 130.411. Rook 22S page
437. Dated January in. 1902.
J A Svcnson and husband to A
A T Anthon, deed; Interest In piece
land, corner Queen and Knahumnnu
streets. Honolulu, Oahli $1. Hook
229, page 310 Date August 20. 1901
J M Anthon nnd wife to A A. T
Anthon. deed, Inteiest In piece land,
corner Queen nnd Kaahiimnnu streets
Honolulu, Onhil, $1 Dook 2.'9. page
331 Date August 20, iVJOl.
(.nun ict to untin 1111; lease: one
story laundry house, fixe yours nt (22
per month Dook 228, page 47.). Dat
ed November 7. Ijiii.
. . T,, . ;... ' ' cr?,'n"
" " '" "' "' niintiuit -". ""'.
Hawaii, $250 Dook 234. page 39 Dat
ed January li. 1902
E I Kuklna and husband to 1-au
San Choi, deed, portion IX P. 23119,
Kill G450 Kallhl-wacna, Honolulu. Oa
Int. JGOO Hook 234. page W. Dated
.Innuary IS. 1902.
P Horn to Western A: Hawaiian In
vestment Compnny, Limited, mort
gage. It P K.fiS. Kill 8320H Pahoe
hoe North Kona Hawaii, $800. Hook
210, page 220 Dato December 19,
M J Pavoo and wife to M C Per-
deed one half Interest In
1731 Kill 324(i. Kolot Knitnl.
'$1011 Hook 231 page 42. Dated Mas
Recorded January 16. 1902.
M Klalm to Hutchinson Sugar
Plantation Company, lease Ap 2,
Kul 7093. Kaalnil.i Kan Hawaii, five
Sears nt $18 Hook 2., page 470 Dat
ed Janunrj 8. 1902
I. C Abies to C Sprockets, as
slgnment of mortgage: mortgage
Pang Chong et nl on two pieces land
Dcrctnnln street Honolulu Oahu,
$2(10", Dook 112. page 152 Dated
May 1 1900
( Spreikets & Compnny to Pang
Chong et nl rlense. two pieces land
Beretnnln street Honolulu, Oahu.
$5000. Hook 192. page 150. Dated Ju
ly 11, 1900
Itosal Hawaiian Hotel Company
Limited to Allen Robinson, Limit
ed, mortgage, 1 638-1000 acres land,
Hotel. Itlchaids. Heretanla and Ala-
kea streets. Honolulu. Oahu; $36.-
Dook 230. page 222 Dated Jan
uary 3. 1902
A M Ahenna to A A Haalolea;
mortgage, piece land Kiikunu, HIIo.
Hawaii. $300 Dook 230. pago 225.
Date January lfi, 1902
Paaknula to nknl. loaso. R P
832, Kul. 10751' Wall.olo. Ewn. Oahu,
ten enrs at J30 Iiool. 228. pago 477.
Date January 29. llrtl
A Pnakaula to Akal. oxtonslnn of
lease. R P 812. Kill lG75r, Wnlkele
Kwn Oahu Iht jonrs paid, )05
Hook 228 pago 477 Dated Janttan 10.
There came or near being tiouble
at tho band concert last night bclwtcn
n Camp McKlnle) soldlei' and a native
national guardsman Fortunately Sum
Mac) and Nigel Jackson of the police
force were on tho scone at the tlmn
and prevented an unpleasantness
The storj Is this
Tho soldier from Camp McKlnley, a
very fresh chap, walked up to the na
tive who had Just loft the drill shed
nfter the legular (ompaii) drill With
tho weirds, "You hao no right to wear
that cup," ho snatched the head gear
from tho man's head The native was
quick to resent tho insult nnd was Just
about to wade In on the Camp McKtu
lo) man whin tho police hearing loud
It Is well that tho ofllicrs happened
to bo near tho plaio for a gang of na
tive guiudsmtii I111I Just .urlved 11 urn
tho drill shtd and woro making foi tlio
spot where tho tiouble was taking
"DUNVmi" ni WILL IIOX.
"Denver ' Ed Smith will give 11 box
in,; exhibition In tho ball er.ei the Club
I Stables tomoriow night, lie ginning ut
7.20 o'clock Ho will have a foui-iound
go with Con McCarthy, lieuv) wc Ight
champion of tlio N.iv) Several of the
best known boxers of Honolulu will
appear during tho evening The fol
lowing foui-iound contests bave been
Jack lloctoi of Cnmp McKlnley.
champion wolltinclglit of Maine vs.
Sailor Wilson s
Jack Corllild the Miihic.in tenoi vs
Hill Huhbaid, vs "Kill" linn Ington.
Joo (llinsahes lightweight champion
of Punihbciwt vs ' Expussiuan" An
derson llghtwedght champion of Ka
kmikn Dining the evening N'aifasikl and
Tauslin two riniiciiiH lentil wrestlers
Will iniiiieto feu I be lapmese w root
ling ilianiploiiship 11S llein.ibibi
Kite I SE- In 1I1U cli) tnniiiin .1
I'M).! 'Iliumus E Knnue a native ol
Fni.hinil ngod &7 vonrs.
Funeral nl " n'ebiik this il'ilelii))
aft' 1 noun, fmni II li Williams un
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
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.
We have now on sale tots 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 JUDO I3UII-DINO
lI'I'Mf-A."'"" " -,
MAUI HOTEL, lsrD,LouFKM;u,.
A T. IIAC.HNKAMP. Mniintjcr.
(MT KUjtt m
VIEWS ARE POSITIVE
He Talks to Labor Leaders --Innova
tions in Chinese Law are Not
Received With Marked
Washington, Jan. 11 Samuel Com
pers and Herman Gutstcdt. represent
ing the American Federation of Labor, '
and Edward J. LUcrnnsh and Truxton
llealoof the California Ext luslon Com-I
mission, met the President today by
.. . sirt 11 ..-.- .
appointment and briefly discussed tho
Chinese exclusion question.
"We jro well pleased with our Inter
view with the President," said tiom
pers. "He snld forcihl) lie would not
favor legislation that alined at making
It mure dillluilt for the exempt classes
to enter this country At the same
time he favors the ro-onactment of the
exclusion laws and also legislation to
prevent Philippine Chinese' from 10m
lug to the United States. Ho would
uut commit himself as to u hill, and,
In tact, wo djcl not discuss details 'I hu
President Is strongl) In fuvor of ex
clusion legislation "
From other sources It Is learned that
the President set his visitors right on
several points connected with exclu
sion. It they rightly construe his atti
tude they will not go too far In nt
tempting Innovations In exclusion mat
ters. The President will not Indorsn
an) uttempt to couple Japanese with
Chinese exclusion, nor will he. It Is
believed give any comfort to tho Ex
clusion Commission In Its amcudmont
looking toward the oxtonsloi of tho
excluslou laws to tho PhlllppiLCi.
'I lie Commissioners and labor lead
ers also had a conference with Sena
tor Lodge mid AsslBtnnt Attorney Gen
eral Ho)t. Lodge examined the com
mittee's Philippine amendment nnd
said he could not go so far u to favor
the exclusion of tho Chlncn fiom the)
Islands at present, as reports fion, tho '
best posted men In tho Isl.iudt, are very
toiillliting More light will b.ive t ho
cibtalncil. In thu opinion of Keuatur
Lodge, before Congress can act lide'll
geutl) Ho said ho did favor however,
legislation preventing . the Chinese
fiom coining to this eountiv fiom ilui
Lodge gnvu his vliltors
good ail vice ns to tho advisability ol
consei vatlsiu In attempting to '.etum
Tomorrow afternoon Gomptrs Is ta
appt.11 before the suh-commlttto of tho
Pacific Co 1st lepiostntutlvcs and lues
cut theli views of tho labor liadors on
Chlniso oxrlusloii. The membfri of
tho committee sit) the) art) road) to
accept any meritorious amendments
suggestid li) (lompers or tho California
commission, hut that radical Inncivo
tlous and linin .11 llc.il suggestions will
go Into tho waste basket During tho
week tho siib-ionimlttee will thiesh tho
matter ovoi and loioinmond a bill to
tho whole coinmlltre which will ln
tluduee It .ind work for 11 f.evorabli 10
I nit fioin the Conn, iitt e cm l'ciiolgn
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tnko l.nxntlvo llronio Qtilnlno Tnblo'n
Ml elnigslsts relunil tlio uiiiuo) II It
fulls to cure. I, W Grove's signature
Is on cirli box 25 cents
The weekly edition of the Evening
1 Bulletin Is the laraesi cna best pub
illshtd In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
THE AMOUNT PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAD FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
At the entunci
to the Famous
lao Vallev. an J
easy access to
volcano In thi
for Tourists and
t the nnuiml moollng of tho Hn
wnilnn t'hlnoso Konn Coffoo Land Co
Mil hold nt tho offleo of Wing Wo
CI11111 Co Saturda) January isth tho
following otllcors woro tdoctod to
soro during the ensuing onr
Chu Gam President
L. Ahlo ... . Vice President
S. Chang Chau Secretary
H. A. Heen Auditor
Yee Chin . Treasurer
Tho nlioe named gentlemen with
T Ahung nnd J. P. Mnknlnnl, constl
ttito tho hoard of directors
HAWAIIAN CHINESE KONA COP
FEE LAND CO.. LTD.,
S CHANG CHAU.
2051 1w Secretary.
KIHEI STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
' ' "r',,'r ..,ne .,il.r,c.ci?'.,.h ,a?.11!a
iiirviiiif, ui niv niinniitMUL-i n ui rviuut
,.lan,ntlolI Compnn is called for Frl-
ila. .Ian :ut l'.i'i2 nt 10 a. m. nt tho
room ahoto tho oiucos of Messrs Cns-
tie & Cooke Ltd. Honolulu At this
mooting In addition to usual business,
a proposition for a bond Issue wilt bo
I. A .il HUSTON
Secretary Klhol Plantation Co
Honolulu, January 23d, 1902.
Twent) five per cent of tho capital
stock of tho Honolulu block-Yards Co,
Ltd. will lie refunded to stockholders
mi presentation of certiorates of paid
up stock nt tho o 111 ce o Jas F. Mor
gan Enq , on or nftor Wednesday, Jan
liar) 22d, 1902
1 L. do L WARD.
Treasurer Honolulu Stock-Yards Co,
. I Ltd. 20t9-lw
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
One Hundred Dollars (1100.00) rt
ward will ho paid to any person glv
ling Information which will lead to the
nrrost and conviction of tho parties
who stole a registered mall pouch
from tho stonmor Kinnii on or about
.Saturda), December 21st.
C. L. WIGHT.
2020 If Prosident.
ESTATE OF CHING AHI, DECEASED
Notice to Creditors.
Notice Is herob) given h) tho un
tit rsieneel ndtnlnistrator of ttio nbovo
named e.tato to tbo crtdltors and to
all persons having claims against the
said estate to present their claims till
ly authenticated unci with proper
v limbers If nil) exist (oven If tho
claim Is secured h) mortgage upon
ii'iil ostnto), to him either ut Ills resi
deuce or plat o of business, nt H0110I11
In within six mouths fiom the date
of this uotltc, or tho) shall ho forever
Dated Honolulu. January 17 1902
(Signed) ClirKG II. W AHI.
211 17-Jan 17. 21. 31. Feb 7 II
PU'H 1C Cl.l'Il HONOLILU.
The annual nutting of tho Pacific
Club will bo heltl Fcbrumy Jil I'm.' at
tin Cluh House nt 7 JO p 111.
EDGAR 1! W.SI'EAD
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