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Llnet of Travel.
ncnoss the continent fiiom
San Francisco Portlan d
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Duly THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to Now York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Rending Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Tree Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
f. H. LOTHROP, Qenoral Agent,
125 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
B. L. LOMAX, O. P. & T. A.,
17J Omaha, Nebraska.
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINO STREET LINE.
Can Itava Walklkl for town at j 43. is. C 41 A M.
anlavery l) mlnutaithtrtafler till 10 n. u!ii and
11 J! P.M. from Walklkl to to tha Puliation Slitlll
Cut Itava R Ri or Pawaa iwltcb tor town at
S jja M. an tvtry it mlnuttt thtrtalttr till 11 otp.M
Can Itava Fort and Klnr ttretti corr.tr tor Palama
ate 10 AM. and tvtry i) nlnutta alter till u.as
Cart Itava for Palama only at j And ris A M.
(.art Itava Palama tor Walklkl j ham and tvtry
15 mlnutei till g 4 j p , h,n at 10 i and 10 45 p.M
Tn...11 ' p M 'rom Palama lor Punahoii only eotf
to WalkUil on Saturdays
Cart Itava Fort and Kin itrtttt cornir lot Rlflt
Ranga at s to and a to a.m
ian itava fort and King itrtttt cornir for Walklkl
at 6 os am. and tvtry 13 minute, till 10 o jp. m ttitn at
10 and In -j r M. fha II jj p.M ton to Walklkl
BERETANIA STREET AND t'UUANU VALLEY.
Cart Itava Punanou Statu for Town at 1 10 and
for Town and Vallty at j 40 s 5 10 Vto 6 40 1 and
7 to A M.
Cart Itava Oahu ColltKt for town and Vallty at
6 jo 6 so and f to A.M and tvtr to mlnuttt till 10 10
P.M txctpt lh tvtn hour and half, hour cart which
run from tht Slablt
Can Itavt Nuuanu Vallty at 6 to 6 jo 6 so A,M and
tvtry to mlnuttt thtrtafttr till 10 so p M
Can Itava Fort and Quitn ttrtttt for Punahou
Collect at e os 6 as 6 4S A M and tvtry 10 mlnutei
afltr till 9 41 P.M Atttr that tht cart run to tht
Stabttuptoit sop.m. which li tht linear Iron Town,
rtachlnz tht Stabit at 11 jo p M
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. IIENRIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered (or
) tourists to
SEE THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet tho S. S. Mauna i
at Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookena, where the steamer la met
O, R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1899.
STATIONS, oaiiy dauy
(Outward) t. Sun. daily tx. Sun daily dailv
.!. AM. AM P.M P M
Honolulu . .
Ptarl City. .
bwa Mill ..
Ewa Mill ..
DAILY DAILY DAILY
A.M P M P.M.
F C. SMITH, Qen'l Pass. & Ticket Agt.
u. f. UKNiHON, superintendent
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Kahikinni Meat Market
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Beretanla Street, Corner Alakea.
'Phone Blue 2511.
ALSO AT THE
' MEAT STALLS 19 AND 20.
ING CHAN CO.
Hardware, Tinware, Glassware
and Carriage Goods. Etc., Etc.
anil Sewer Connec
tion! n Specialty.
223 King St., between River St. and
R. R. Depot.
liino English and American fiood
6; Hotel street, uiJ
v Hotel near Nuuanu
l" Otnoo6i, TEL-wwTi'ti
King Street Near Nuuanu,
FIRST-CLASS MEAL8 8ERVED
AT ALL HOURS.
Cheapest Good Meal In Town,
Arc you a weakling? Aie von one of tlioso unfortunate
young men who, through Ignorance nntl bad company, havo
contracted nervous spells, weak back, varicocele, gloomy fore
bodings, loss of courage nntl ambition, loss of confidence, bash
fulness, despondency and weakness? Dr. McLaugulln s Klectrlc
Belt will cure )ou. .
Arc you a middle aged man Httrforlng from varicocele, pro
maturencss. Indigestion, constipation, rheumatism, lame back
etc.? Dr. McLaughln's Uicetrlc Belt will euro you.
Are you an old man, declining beforo jour time, having
lost nil ability to enjoy life, with prostntlc trouble, lost strength,
debility, pains and nches nntl general decay of organic pow
ers? I can cure you with Dr. McLaughlin's Ulcctric Belt with
free suspensory ior weak men.
I will send you. scaled, free, my beautiful book telling
about It If you will send this nd. bend for It today.
dr. m. h. Mclaughlin, zu,
Office hours, 8 a. m to S 30 p. ra. Sundays, 10 to 1.
who Is contemplating the rrchnso of anything In the line of
METAL DISPLAY FIXTURES, Show Cases, Etc., for windows or
Interior, cannot afford to buy until ho has consulted us.
Wo take measurements lor fixtures of all kinds, metal signs,
wood or metnl grilles, etc and fit them properly. If thcro Is nny
mistake, remember that
We Are Responsible
Call ii.ul 8ce
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this lino will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
ILAMEDA FED. 1
3IERRA FEU. 12
VLAMEDA FEU. 22
JONOMA MAR. 5
CENTURA MAR. 26
ILAMEDA APRIL S
In connection with tne sailing or tno above steamers, tno agents are pre
cued to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
oad from San Francisco to all points In tho United States, and from Now
fork by any steamship lino to all European ports.
FOn FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Win. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
)ccidental 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.
tONOKO.NG MAIIU FEU. 8
'HINA FEU. 14
DORIC FEU. 22
NIPPON MAIIU MAR. 4
PERU MAR. 12
COPTIC MAR. 20
AMERICA MARU MAR. 28
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION
II. HaCKFIBLO &
CanadianAustraIian Royal Mail
Steamers of the abovo line, tunning In (.onnecciuu nlu tho CANADI
H PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. botweon alien' or U. C, and Syduoy, N.S.tV.,
.nd calling at Victoria, II. C, Honolulu and Urlsbauo, nio DUE AT HONO
.ULU on or about the dates below Muled, lr :
'rom Vancouver anu Victoria, D. C
(For Brisbane and Sydney.)
0UANG1 . .
IMIOUERV , MAY 7
Through Tickets Issued from lljuoluiu tu Canada, United States and
I all general Information, apply to ..uropo. For Freight nnd Passage r.n
Theo. H. Davle fr Co.. Ltd., GenM Aftcntw.
American-Hawafen S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
I. S. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, to sail about Jan 25.
3. 8. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to saii'ahuit March 15.
"rom San Francisco S. S. HYADES, 3.C00 to' i, to sail Fib. 13 for Honolulu.
Freight received at Company's wt.nrf 42nd stu-ct houih Iruolclyii hi
all times. For further pariUuicr. upply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELl) & CO., Ltd.
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
Us About It.
near corner o! Emma
' FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA.. .., FED. G
SONOMA FEU. 11
ALAMEDA FEU. 20'
VENTURA MAR. 4
ALAMEDA .MAR. 19
SlhRRA MAR. 25
ALAMEDA APRIL 'J
OCEANIC S. 8. CO.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
DORIC JAN. 31
NIPPON MARU FEU. 8
I'KRU FEU. 13
COPTIC FEU. 23
AMERICA MARU MAR. 4
PEKING MAR. 12
GAELIC MAU. 22
HONGKONG MARU MAR. 2!)
APPLY TO P. M. S. 8. CO.
CO, LTD. AGENTS.
r rorn Sydney and Brisbane.
(Tor Wtnrla nnd Vuncouor. II C.l
MIUWERV . I'EII 12
AOKVNGI . . . M j
M.),N'V APR -a
EVENING DULLET1N, HONOLULU, H. T., SATURDAY, JAN. 25. 1002.
I ill'S GILS
STATISTICAL BUREAU HAS
GATHERED VALUABLE FACTS
Cost Gee? Up in the Millions But
Benfflls to Transportation are
Otnals are Profitable.
nm.i P...I. i ii.. - i. ,i.J
.in S . V . .... m
title of a study prepared by tho Trcas-
ur) llurcnii of Statistics for piibllra -
tlon In the forthcoming oliime of tho
Monthl) Siiinmiuy of Commerce nnd
rinancc It shown tlin mmmr-rro rn.i
and dimensions of the great mniils of
tho world, especially those connecting 'T ,..'.. . ' .. ',. . .
great bodies of water and h.ch yUnllLhnlS
be properl) termed ship cnnnls,
Ship canals connecting great bodies
of water nnd of sufllclent dimension
to nrroimnodnto the great modtrn es
scls pi lug upon such waters arc of
comparnthely recent piodiictlon nnd
few In number. Tho one great example
of works of this character which has
been n sufllclent length of time In exlit
ence iind operation to supply satlsfnc
tor) data as to cost of maintenance nnd
operation and practical alue to tho
commerce of the world Is the Suez
cnnnl. nnd for this the available statis
tics begin with the cnr 18T0, while
lis new nml enlarged dlnf-nslons only
date from the jear 1896 For th
Sault Stc Marie canal, connecting I.ako
Superior with Lnkue Huron, statistics
date from 1855, though for the canal
in Its present form they coer but
about four years. Statistics of the
Welland canal date from 18fi7. but for
me canai in us present enlarged form
coicr only two years of operation. Tho
other great ship canals of tho world
nrn of much more recent construction
and data regarding their operation
therefore cover a compnrntlcly brief
icrm, nnu in somo cases arc scarcely nt A. L. Morris; mortgage, plere lnnd.
present available In detail. corner Alexander nnd Ilerelanln
The artificial waterways which may ' ?'rcc,s- Honolulu. Oahu, $1800 llook
properly be termed ship cannls arc nine ' ;"-, paK0 "" 1)alC(l jB''ary '
In number, viz.: , ' - norded JanuJlry lgf m
1. The Suez rnnal, begun In 1859 nnd William Henry to Knllll nnd bus
completed In 1869. bnnd; release: 1 5S-1IM) nrn-s land
2. The Cronstndt and St. Petcrsburs "pc,n- Koolaupoko. Oahu: $2fl'i llook
cnnnl. begun In 1877 and complet.d ln1,r'?, ",aflc ."'. ""ted Januar 16 1902
lSin ,:- I'llnhl to Ah Sing, lease It I
3. The Corinth canal
nnd completed In 1893
4 'fhe Mauihester ship innal. com
pleted In 1891.
5 The Kaiser Wllhclm .canal, con
necting the llaltle and North Seas,
completed In 1895.
C. Tho ntbfl nnd Trne canal, con
necting the North Sea and Ualtlc, open
ed in 1900
7. The Welland canal, lonncctlng
I.ako Krlo with Iike Ontario.
8 nnd 9. The two cnnnls. United
States and Canadian, rcspectlxely,
connecting Ijiko Superior with LakH
Tho description which Is given of
each of tlicbu great waterways shows
that tho length of tho Suez canal la
about 90 miles, the cost $100,000,000,
the present depth 31 feet, width at but
torn, 108 feet nnd at the surface 420
feet, nnd that the number of essels
passing through It has grown from
486 In 1870 to 1491 In 1875, 2026 In 1880,
33S9 In 1890, nnd 3141 In 1900.
Tho Cronstndt nnd St. Petersburg
canal, which glcs a pabsagn way for
great vessels to St. Petersburg, Is 16
miles long, Including the deepening of
the baj channel. 20'j feet In depth,
and the total cost estimated nt $10,
000,000. The Corinth cnnnl, whlih connects
the Oulf of Corinth with the (lulf of
Acglna. Is 4 miles In length. 2i!',i feet
In depth. 72 feet wide nt the bottom,
cost about $5,000.00. nnd redtites the
sailing distance about 175 miles. The
lucrngc tolls are 18 cents per ton and
20 cents per passenger
Tho Manchester ship cnnnl, which
connects Manchester, Kng., with the
Mersey rUer nnd Liverpool, was open
ed In 1891. Its length Is 35', miles,
depth 26 feet, width at bottom 120 feet
nnd at the surface 175 feet, nnd cost
$75,000,000. The commerce on tho
canal shows n growth from 879,204 tons
In 1S95 to 1,492,320 tons In 1900,
The Kaiser Wllhclm cnnnl, which
louuerts the llnltlc and North Sea
through Germany, Is Gl mllcH In length,
29! feet In depth, 72 feet wide nt the
bottom, io feet wide at the surface,
and toil about $10,000,000. The num
ber of ustcls passing through It hus
lilt nased Irom 19,900 In 1S97 to 29
095 ill 1900. of which number 10,776
were balling ttsels The tonnage In
1S97 was I HIS, 158. nml In llioil. 4.282.
094 tons n additional canal innnci-
Ing the t.iine lindiij) of wjlir hj way
of tlie Kibe mid Trine rivers was open
ed ,n VMj. Its length Is 41 miles,
depth abuiit 10 feet, width 72 feet, uud
t out $, OOO.Oiiil.
Tllft i.m.if Vnt-lli II.iIIumiI ,o,iil
which iimneitg Amsterdam with thui,ml " 'nisi i-llaiiociis collection of In.
rea, nit tu it, 13 tin t deepened nt a
later date, has now a depth of 20 feet,
u width of 123 feet at the surfaie.
Tlie ( 'uh (Ionian lannl, which connects
the Atlantic uud North Sea through the
Iioitli or Scotland, la 17 fei t In depth.
50 fiet In width nt tlie bottom, 250
miles long, cost $7 Ooo.oOO, nnd Is nt
its highlit point 91 feet abovo sen
level The umnl du Midi, cut thiough
France fitim Toulouto on tlie Garonne
to l'tte en tlie .Medltcuiir.ean. n ills
t.miu of ISO mlliis, Is liVj feel deep, ijfl
roct wide and b feet above sea level
at Its highest point and has 111 lucks;
total cost $,1,500 000.
In Amnlcu the canals connecting the
Oieat l.tlk, are tin prim ipal ship
iftni's ii id utt free In nnnibti the
'. i, .i,.,n.i .
Wetland i.uul. origlnullv constiiii'ted
in : and enlariicd in U7I and lloo, i
the Saul' ate. Mm le or St Mary's !
i. .ur cnnnl opened In 1S55 nnd en-
larvd in 18U7, and the Canadian ,,,!
ul St Mui5 h ilvei, opened 111 I89j I
'I lie Ami-rli.in and t'unailhie iiinln at
St. M.i'y's h'ldls nn pruitiiully ldcn-
thtl In louitlon ami dimensions uud
are uud intetcliaugtnhly lo vessels
uuguged in coiinncric. as lonveiileneo
insj ui.tate i ne ueptit or tne canals
nt the St, Mar; 'a rivet U suflklent to
Recorded January 15, 1902.
T. II Anthon nnd wife It A A T
Ai-thon iltcd' Intiresl in I 're land
corner (tipcn and Knahmnamt streets.
Honolulu Onliu, $1 llook 22!) page
353. Dated September . 1901
J. A Anthem nnd wife to A A T
Anthon, ileeu, Interest In pliee land
corner (Juecn and Knahumnim streets.
Honolulu, Uahii. Jl Hunk 229 pngr
351. Dated September 12 1901 I
A. A. T. Anthon to M a Grin
tiatini; deed, piece land, curm-r Oui-en
nnd Knnhuninnu Blreets Honolulu,
Oahu: ISO.OOU. llook 229 png J30
Dated December 12, 19 U.
Trustees Oaliu College to E 0.
Keen; deed; lot 4. block 10. Colli ge
,IU . 'lonoiiuu. uanu. sinuo
J,ook 231 I,JEo 151. Dated No ember
1 ' Recorded January 16, 1902.
E. M. Iknlkn to A .Metcnlr. mi
thorlintlon; to contcy onehnlf Iiiter
est In Grants 8S2 nnd 118. Mnnoa llo
nolulii, Oahu. Uook 221. page 491
Honolulu, uanu, xi. Hook 231 pago
153. Dated December 31 1901
Western & Hawnllnn linentment
Compnny. Limited, to W C Achl
release; A p. 1. II. P. 1220, pleio land
King street. Honolulu. Oahu: $1000
Rook 204. page 202. Dated December
Western & llnuallnn Investment
JCompnny, Limited, to V. C. Achl. re
lenso; Ap. 1, R. P. 122. iileoe land
King street. Honolulu. Oahu. $12,000
Hook 187, page 18. Dated December
V. It Cnstlo to V Rnposo, deed
portion It P. 570. Kill 852111. Kuku
nil 2d. Illlo. Haw-all. $200 Hook 231,
page 154 Dated January 13. 1902
Walnkea Mill Company to Hllo
Railroad Company, lease, forty foot
"K""' ",n aln" "U1 7"""1- ' lol" i
?"i'r WJ,1'"-,J "'"JI?-V"n V. ,PCr i
j. Woods' to Ileecroft Plantation
rnncellntlon of lense; flrant 2C95 Pa
Hon. Koliala. Hawaii. ;i Hook 228
i'.iku iai iiuii'u luxuniuer ji rjui. i
11. C. Meyers to II Ilecker nml bus
band; reknsc; It P. 358fi, Knllhl Ho ,
nolulii, Oahu; $700. Rook 187 pago
iii. unieii January Hi, 1302
. S. llurfandenii nnd husband to
6629. Kill. 10S3I Wnlkele Hwn Oahu.
i iwraiv enr nt I7S llnu '"K
482 Dated December 3. 1902.
arronunodutp escls drawing 20 feet
of water The Amrrlran canal was
orlglnnlly constructed l the Slnte of
Michigan, but subwqueutlj taken
charge of h the Putted Stnles and en
larged nt a eoKt of $2,150,000. The tout
of the Welland cnnnl wns about $30.
000.000, largclj due to the fact that 25
locks are required In surmounting the
rise of 327 feet in the distance of 27
tnlles. Tho number of lessels passing
through the canals at St Jlaij'g rlur
has greatly Increased during the past
few )ears, while the number passing
through the Welland canal has mater
ially decreased, the number passing
through the St. Mnrj's cnnals being in
1873. 2517. and In 1901. 20.011. of which
15.837 passed through the United
Slates canal, and 4201 through the Ca
nadian. The number of essels pass
ing through the Welland cnnnl has de
creased from 6425 In 1873 to 2202 In
1899. The nnrkeil contiast between
the business of tho St. Mnry'H Kalis and
Welland canals Is largel due to the
fact that the freights oilgluntlng In tho
Lake Superior district are chiefly dis
charged at Lake Hrto ports, and tlioan
destined for the Ijike Superior legion
are chiefly produced In the section con
tiguous to Lake Hrie. the Lake Super
ior freights being chlellj Iron, copper
and grain, and the like Krle freights
for Lake Superior, coal and manufac
tures. The business of the St. Mar) 'A
Fulls canals b fur surpasses In vol
ume thut of any other canal of the
world, tho freight tonnage of the Am
erican and Canadian cnnnls combined
being In 1901, 24,626,976 registered tons,
while the net tonnage of the Suez ca
nal in 1900 was 9,378,162 tons, nnd that
of tho Kaiser Wllhclm canal. 1,282,
"FOUIS TRACK NEWS "
Tho Table pf Contents of the Pour
Track News, for January. 1902, com
prise nn interesting article on Call
lornla. "The Land of the Sunset Sea."
by Luther L. Hidden; a poetic article.
"The Romance of Renllty," b) Jano W.
(liithrlu, a sketch of Hudson, by II.
R. llran, editor Hudson llcpuhlicnu.
"Speiik the Oood Wind" a poem by
j WilHutu J. Lampion. ' Kgypl Then
'and Now, by (Jcorgc Knde, 'Cnllloi.
I ula, ' u poem by Sara Sthmuel.er. D.
partliicnts cjt Pocket Confidences.
Along the Itullro.idt.. Lnl ei and Moun
tains. Tlio World's Ptiigress in Trims
portntion nml Industilul Develop.
ment, llook Roluws, articles on
.Pruned. Olives. (IiiiIii. Sugar llcc-is.
""iii.H uiiu vaiiiuoic iiwuer. nil pio
TODAWH POLO C!iG.
The Lenhls nnd linas will pkij a
game of polo ut Kapiol.iul park this
afternoon, beginning at .1 to u i lo k
'I lie llnc-up will he uh follows
Incus (!. potter I, (! Angus .'
W. V Dlllliirfhuiu 3; It AtklUbon, I
Lenhls -It W. Shingle, 1, J Wutei
bouse, 2 C. II W. Noit u 1. I.lcui IRK
Hancock buck !rr
The ex-Maul1-! weie tu hivi ili)id'
against tin- Lcuhis but ion luVd lo
wa'l n week befoie plaliis tin lr llrn
iKu.ni' riii ii ics u ccjII'I' u i,f Chi In
jvvoith I'opp. Iiii-li) an I I 1. iiimg
The Dullctirt, Ii cents psr mjntli.
BOWERS MERCHANT PATROL AND
Nli'lii wuii hen n ruriiLliid foi bu Id
i " bU'ilni i-i propnitv anil i.m dLiien
Il'illdi ru will d well to iom,iilt Mow
els iu ugard to wiilehmeu.
0fric. and Rt.den,. .., -.,...
P. O. Box 234; Tel. White 3691,
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 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
maeadamlied streets, artesian water, and the electric car line
pastes through the property. Tor any further Information regard
ing prices, terms, etc., address
ISLAND REALTY COMFY
A. T. HAGHNKAMP. Mnnnf.tr.
Yestcrdnj, Rev W. II. Rice pr sl
ilenl of the Antl-Snloou Lengiii nnd
others protested to t'.overiior Dole
ngninst the pioposed benefit of "Den
vii IM Smith In answer to the pio
tti High Sherllt llrown received the
fcl'owiug communlentlon from Attor
ney (leneral H P Dole
Honolulu. II I., Jan 21. 1902.
Mr A. M. llro'vu, High SherllT of tho
Territory of Hnvvnll. Honolulu.
Dear Sir: M attention has been
cnlled to the boxing contest ndvertlsud
for tomorrow evening, with the request
that such action he taken as the law
authorizes. Chapter 33 of the Penal
Ijiwh ot 1897 Is as follows: "Affray
An nffray is tho fighting' of two or
more persons In a pi' bile place, nnd
Includes any prlzo tight or other pro
meditated contention where no weap
ons are used. Whoever takes part In
It, entourages or promotes an nffray,
or Is wilfully present as a spectator
at any prize fight or other premedi
tated contention, shall no punished by
fine not exceeding five hundred dollars
or by Imprisonment at hard labor not
more than six months "
The definition of affray given In tho
statute Is the same as the common
Ian definition. Wilkes vs. Jackson. 2
N. & M., 33.1. O'Neill s State, Id
Ala . 63. The title of thrj chapter,
"AITiny." lestrlcts It I tnlnk. to light
Ing The words "or other premedl
tuted contention," are clearly used for
the purposo of preventing nn evasion
of the spirit of tho Inw by nn techni
cal or narrow construction of tho
words "prize fight."
Tho statute. In my opinion, does not
prohibit an exhibition of strength or
Bhiu in mixing, altliougli such exlillil
tlon may be of a somewhat rough nn-
;.,'.:.e8. ':r."" . co"1,,!, U.,u
.mi.. ..... un ui . which lire iu wui.fliog 0f Castlu JC CouKo, Ltd
.-. ..j .unuuitut, Ul lUJIIllllfi Ull
opponent; in other words, n contest
which Is n fight.
I think tho department should not
Interfere with this exhibition, unless
It Is In the nature of a fight In which
It Is sought to disable or Injure nn op
poueiit, but I think a sufficient police
force in the charge of n discreet and
fearless officer should bo ready to
stop It peremptorily In taso It passes:
the limits permitted by law. Very
truly venire, n P. DOLi:.
The enteitnlnment w"il take place
as ndverttseil In the hall above the
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Ic the largest ana best pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages $1 a year.
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'fa ANEMIA, POORNESS OF 31 0UI
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KVUNINfi IIULLUTIN'S lilndory.
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THE AMOUNT PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
HOME TOQ. . a.
At the entrants
to the Famoui
lao Vallev. andt
easy access to"
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ISLAND OF .MAUI.
At the nrtVuial meeting of the Ha
wnllnn Chinese Kona Coffee Iind Co,
Ltd held nt the otilce or Wing Wo
Chan Co Saturday. January 18th. the
following olllrirs were elected to
serve dining the ensuing jenr.
Chu Gam President
L. Ahlo Vice President
S. Chang Chau Secretary
H. A. Hcen Auditor
Yee Chin Treasurer
The above named gentlemen, with
T. Ahung and J. P. Maknlnal, consti
tute the board of directors
HAWAIIAN CHINKSH KONA COP
FKi: LAND CO . LTD..
S. CHAXCi CHAU.
2031-1 vv Secretary.
KIHEI STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
lly order of the Directors, tho annual
meeting of the stockholders of Klhel
Plantation Company Is cnlled for Fri
day. Jan. 31st, 1902. nt 10 a. ni- at tho
room nbove the oiuees of Messrs Cas
tle & Cooke. Ltd.. Honolulu At this
meeting in addition to usual business,
n proposition for n bond issue will bo
L. A. .ilURSTON.
Secretary Klhel Plantation Co.
Honolulu, January 23d, 1902.
Ry order of tho Directors, tho an
nual meeting of the stockholders of
tho .Nnhlku Sugar Company, Limited,
Is cnlled for Friday. January 31st. 1902
t - P. m.. In tho room above tho of-
lulu. II. ARMITAOK.
Secretary Nahlku Sugar Co. Ltd.
Honolulu, January 24th, 1902.
Twenty five per cent of the capital
stock of the Honolulu htock-Yards Co.,
Ltd., will he refunded to stockholders
on presentation of certificates of paid-
up HincK nt tlio olllce or Jns. F. Mor
gan. i:ki . on or nfter Wednesday, Jan
uary 22d. 1902.
I. de L. WARD.
Treasurer Honolulu Stock Yards Co.
WILDCR'S STEAMSHIP CO.
One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) ro
wnrd will bo paid to nny person giv
ing Inrcn ir.-UIuii which will lend to tho
nrrest nnd conviction of tho parties
who stole ii registered mall (touch
from the btenmor Ktnau on or about
Saluidii.v December 21st.
C. L. WIGHT,
202i! If President.
IN' Tlin t'lltli IT C'OrilT, FIRST
flu ult. Teirltor of Hawaii. In pro
li.iti nt Chnnibeis In tho Matter of
the lMiue of Hugh Mnc.Mlllnn, of Ho
nolulii U-iiiu Dn-eaied. Iiitestnte. Pe
Hiliiii huvlng been llleel by James T.
Vinson M. D, n erelltor of said In
tcHtnti nru.ving thai Letters of Admin-
i uiiiiil.m oi Iksued to David Dayton,
noil, Is heri-bj given that FRIDAY.
lib. lith .lay of KCUItUAKY, A. IX
l'.'i.' nt in o'clock a. m, In the Judl
e .iv build ng Honnliilii Oahu. Is np
pnluti d the time nnd place tor hoarlng
saiu peuuon, wnen ana win re all par
s ns loiMcMued inn) appear and show
cause, ii any they have-, why satd Vo
lition should not be granted
Honolulu Oahu, January 10, 190t.
i; the Cuiiit-
J A THOMPSON.
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