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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 29. 1002.
Llnei of TraveL
' t . rji
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FnOM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
tlnlr THHKH nAV9 (n Chlciim
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Slccnors. Buffet. Smok-
Ins ud Library Cart, with Barber
J Baop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
I Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
' Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
tV H. LOTHROP, General Agent.
115 Tmrd street, 1'ortlana, Oregon.
C. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
B. L. LOMAX, (1. P. & T. A.,
1471 Omaha, Nebraska.
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINO STREET LINE.
iCirt lv WilklWI tor town tt wj. 613,643 AM,
ad tvery 13 minute thcrtfter till 1043. njij and
IU3PM from Wtklkl (;o to tht Punahou bUNe
Can UavtR Rtngt orl'iwaa twitch (01 town at
31A m ttnd every t mlnutt t thereafter till it 08P.M
Car Iravt Fort and Klne streets corner tor Patama
M6 10 a M. and every 13 minutes after till it j '
cart iMvt for Falama only at and 3 jo A m
Cars leave Patama (or Walklkf s aAM and every
M minute t till 943PM then at to 13 and to 43 P.M
lunntPM from Palama lor Punahou onlv aoei
If Cart leave Fort and Klne streets corner (01 Rifle
1 1 Ranee at 3 to and uo A M,
ii'tii.arB ivavt ron ana iving tirrcii corner iot waixiKi
Torturing, grinding, rasping aggravating pain' Let It come In the
guise of Lumbago Sciatica Muc iiJai, Iiiflnmmntory "Come and Oo , In the
Joints, In tho chest, In the hack any where, I will cure It My Electtlc Uelt
goes to tho spot and drives It out of tho body It relieves the pain In an
hour and cures the worst cases in a week.
DR. MCLAUGHLIN'S ELECTRIC BELT
Has cured thousands of Rheumatlrr. it will euro )ou.
Dr. McLaughlin Dear Sir. About one month ngo I begun the uie of
our belts for the cure of rheumntltm, having Biiltered with It for throe
joars, and after halng tried all kind of medicines and doctors, and being
compelled to change my residence from Amador count . I began to Im
prove Immediately after three days use of tho belt, and have continued to
do so since. It has done good work fur me. I now get up In the morning
feeling fresh and rested, Instead of tbat tired, worn feeling, and hao In
creased greatly In weight. I feel better In every respect, and have )our belt
to thank for It. You ma) use this later ns ou sco fit. Yours very truly,
WILLIAM II 0 NEIL 1347 Jesslo St., San Francisco. Cnl.
FREE TEST; FREE BOOK I want every sufferer from Sciatica,
Rheumatism, Lame Hack, Kidney or Bladder Tioubles, General Nervous
ness or Vital Weakness, Indigestion, etc, to test my Ilelt free nt my of
fice. If J on can't call, send fci my book about It, free, In Moso this ad.
DR, M, H, MCLAUGHLIN, 702 Market St,, Gor, Kearny, San Francisco
Office Hours 8 n. m to 8 30 p m, Suntlaa, 10 to 1.
At 6 03 A M and every tj mlnutei till to ojp M then at
io:y nd it 05 PM Then J3 P m. eoes to walklkl
a Saturdays only
1 DERETAN1A STREET AND t'VUANU VALLEY
Cars leave Punahou Stable tor Town at 3 ) and 1
for Town and Valley at 3 40 3 50 6 10 to 6 40 1 and
r m a m 1
Cars leave Oahu Collet for town and Valley at
S ja 6 30 and ? to a,m and ever) 10 minutes till to to
P.M. except the even hour and half, hour cars which
run front the Stable
1 Cars leave Nuuanu Valley at 6 to 6 jo 6 30 A,M and
tTry 10 minuiei inereaner 1111 to 50 v n
iCars leave Fort and Queen streets for Punahou
oIIcrs at 6 03 6 ts 6 43 A M and every 10 minutes
1 'far till g 4) P M Alter that the cars run to the ,
r stable up to 1 1 joP.m, w hlch Is the last car from Town,
f etching the Stable at n jo p H
Telephone to All Parts of the Island. '
Wo linvo jus' received a patent paper trimmer and
will trim all paper befene delivery If jou wish. This
should prove a great convenience to Paper Hangers.
Come and see the machine : : : .: : :
NEXT TO EMMA
The lirfo II V Glade news of vvhosn
death arrived hero, In tho Gaelic )es
tenia was German Consul to llnwall
from 1SS3 to 1891 nnd In the latter yeai
he returned to tho Vnterlanil where he
wished to have his children educated
Ho was also consul for Austro-Hun-gary
While Hawaii was a republic,
Mr, G'aele was Its representative In
Berlin holding that office until annex
ation took place Deceased leaves a
wife, three married daughters, two tin
mairlcd daughters and thiee sons. One
of the daughters is the wife of a Ger
man army officer.
Henry I' Glade was a native of Bre
men, German, whera ho was born In
1811 When 18 jcars of age. he went
Into an Importing house and served hll
full apprenticeship, After your ears'
work In the business concern, he went
to Liverpool, England, where he work
ed for two ears In n large business
house. Ho next returned to his native
city where he established himself In
tho cotton brokerage line In 1S71. ho
married nn English lady, Miss Clarj
Burt by name, and for scvcrnl je.irs
continued the business of a broker In
In 1880 Mr Glado met Paul Isenherg
of Honolulu, then on n visit to Ger
many I'pon the return of the latter
to Honolulu Mr Glade was Induced to
come along with him to Hawaii. Ha
did so nnd sliortlj became a partner In
II Hackfcld & Co. with Mr Isenberg
who hnd married Mr Glade's sister.
Instruments Filed for Record January
Young Hop Chan Iloffsclilacger &
Co . . Afft
Kamalo Sug Co II Peelua L
II I'oelua and wife Hnplpa et al I
He I'eolun nnd wife 11 Haplpa I)
Instruments Filed for Record January
M. Lidm Kam Iloo
Slug ic. Co Leo Kong Ja
Pang ling Clilng Dal Bo
rCliun Tnl llo Wmi ook
Chun King Kl Wim look
Witn ool CI 'ng Cheng bnu
Recorded January 21, 1902.
N KuKualiu to N W Alull.
, Aps 1 and 2 11. P. Ill Kul
Knonohl Ev.n, Oaliti. $1" Rook
page 1GI Dated Januai 21.
!!AaLAHKSUAn Oceanic Steamship Company
j Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
f An excellent chance Is offered for
1 tourlstu to
6EB THE COUNTRY.
(Carriages meet the S. 8. Mauaa ia
I tKallua and take passengers overland
kena, where the Bteamer Is met
Tho steamers of this line will crrlve and leave this port ai hereunder:
O. R. & L. Co.
from and after January 1, 1899.
TATIONS oaiiy DAar
putrd) tx. Sun DAILY bun DAILY DAILY
llf AM AM. AM P.M P M
oflolulu . . t lo 9 If no )i 5 10
Wl City .Bos 9 43 1140 J 47 J jo
M Mill . 8 )) lo oS it oo 4 os . to
'SunAt to so . ... 4 4S
'aulua it si s 40 ....
ilukt: ii t 6 ts ..
(Inward) t Sun daily daily daily
AM A.M P.M PM
.AUitU IS ... t(S
tlua.. & to .... t so
alinat f to l SS
ft Mill ISO 7 4S I OS 4 11
all City its So i jo 4 si
molulu 6 so 8 is J 05 s 16
FIIOM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
J.LAMEDA FEB. I ALAMEDA FEB. 6
3IERRA FEB. 12 SONOMA FEB. 11
VLAMEDA FEB. 22 ALAMEDA FEB. 28
30NOMA MAR. 5 VENTURA MAR. 4
ALAMEDA MAR.15 ALAMEDA MAR. 19
VENTURA -....MAR. 2C .SIERRA MAR. 25
1LAMEDA APRIL 6 ALAMEDA APRIL 9
In connection with tne Bailing or tne acovo steamers, tne agents are pro
fared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
otd from San Francisco to all points In tho United States, and from New
fork by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
Sebastopol, Cal. Jan. 18 -The rc
mnjus of the late Captain Jaicd I'
Poole, whose death oecuried on the
8th Inst at Chllmark, Marthas Vlno
ard, Mass., arrived at Sebastopol
Thursday nnd were Intoned In the Ma
sonic ceremony The funeral was
largely attended by tho frlir.ds of Cap
tain Pool", who during his long resi
dence In Sonoma county had becumn
widely known and highly esteemed.
Only about two eurn nr Captain
Poole went e-ast to revisit the place of
bis birth, and, finding tli" old scenes
and "M friends eongenlal In Ills de
clining iars remained at Chllmark
ond final) his life closed peiccfull)
The death of Captain Poilc removes
a figure once conspicuous among kea
larlng men on the I'.iclfU Coast As
early as 1SI4 Captain Poole coming
nround tho Horn, arrived In San rrnn
clseo ba nnd engaged In trade with
tho few Inhabitants of Verba Iliicim
During the early das of gold seeking
In this Statu Captain Poole tried his
luck In the mines, but failed of succe'ss
Then for ninny ears Captain Poole en
gaged In whale fishing on tho ship
Saiah Warren Ho made yearly cruises
to the Gulf of California In quest of
whale oil theme to Honolulu to ship
bis cargo of oil to Sun Pranclsco,
thence on to the Arctic In search of
Polar oil nnd bone The Farah War
icn went ashore In tho squally bay of
Seltata, Mexico. In 18C3, and the HalllnJ
Jackson wns Captain Poole's nexti
command. Ills logbooks show that he
saw much history enacted on this
Coast in tho early daja of his voyag
Captain Poole Is well remembered b)
man of the old timers on the bench.
N KtiMlnhu to T K Alull,
one half Ap 3, It. P. 114 Kul
Kautiohl. Evva, Oahti Hook 231,
ICf. Dated Janunr 21, 190J.
Recorded January 22. 1902.
J K Kane and hushnml to W C
Parke-, deed, Interest In Apt 1 and 2,
R P "174 Kul. J3li., Wnlalua Ka
unl $lnu Book J3I page 4'.) Dated
Janunr 2l. 1902
.1., Knae and wire to W. C Parko,
deed, portion R s CJ7S. 54S9 (ju'ii
nnd 1.021. Wnllun. Knual $10 Dim
Book 231, page 31 Dated Jaiuiar 20,
.1 Kaae and wife to W. C Pnil.e
deed, Ap. 1, It P 0021. Kill 3220,
Wallua. Knual. $. ill. Book 234 page
CI Dated January 20, lOf'J
J Kumnlac and wife to J A. Ma
gillie, deed. Ap S.. Kill. 11216. II P.
:ii:;, Kul 98S7. tveopu l. North Komi,
llnwall, $2800. Hook 2Jl page 1C7
Dated Jnnunry 1 4, 1902.
0 A Rowell and wlfo to K L
Rogers et nl , deed, one seventh Inter
est In estate of Georgo II. Rowell Kb
mil $1 Book 2J1, pago 1CS Dated
March 7, 1S85. '
S C Allen to A M. Brown; re
le'nse, portion Ap 3. It P 5 'J 1.1, Kul
S02.1 Wnlklkl knl, Honolulu Oahti
$1000 Book 221. page 42. Dated Jan
liar in 1902.
Mrs W R Buchanan to II Hno
release, one-half Grant 37C1 Kealake
he North Kona Hawaii; $25(1 Book
171 page 409. Dated Januar 10, 1902
K Meklmlohutc to Wong Yook.
lease, live taro patches, Kiimuiilu Ho
nolulii, Oahu; ten cars at $35 Book
22S, page ISS. Dated Januniy 3. 1902
T A I'cttiiH to E. C Ilobion, ns
Hlgiiment of lease, pleio laud Hotel
tin it, Honolulu. Oahu, 10 Bool,
213. page 18 Dated Decembei 28,
E C Hnbron to J J Egan et nl ,
assignment nl lease; piece mncl Hotel
street Honolulu. Oahu, $10 Book
233 page 19 Dated Jauuar 21 19o2
W II Hilts to C. Sliloznwii lease,
plecu land. Young street eMeimlon
Honolulu Oahu. eighteen ears at
$100 Book 22 page 489 Dated No
umber 24 1901.
W II. Hilts to C Sbloznwa lease
piece land Young street extension Ho
nolulii Oahu; seventeen enrs at $luo
Book 228 page 191 Dated March 1.
Recorded January 23. 1902.
J H Il.illev to Bailey's Honolulu
Cycler) Company, Limited, assign
ment of lease, store. King street, Ho
You hive paid for two or three homes during your lifetime.
Especially If you have been paying rent; and we regret that
you have nothing to show for the money spent In this manner.
THE AMOUNT PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAD FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
'i v HOME TOO. j aS .. a"
We have now on sale lots In the beautiful Puupuco Tract,
which contains the finest suburban property In Honolulu. This,
tract commands a magnificent view of mountains and ocean, ha
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 COWIP'Y
rji vtiwi"?" jl ""i ". ' ' " '
a- - - -' ,iwr-?. .:, v iSa
At th: cr.trano
to the Famous
lao V'atlev, anJ,
easy access to
volcano In the
IC. SMITH, Gen'l Pass. & Ticket Agi.
.IP. DENISON. Superintendent
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Kahikinni Meat Market
PRUITS AND VEQETABLES
eretanla Street, Corner Alakea.
'Phone Blue 2511.
ALSO AT THE
MEAT STALLS 19 AND 20.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental 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.
HONGKONG IJARU TEB 6
CHINA FEB. 14
DORIC FEB 22
NIPPON MARU MAR. 4
PERU MAIL 12
COPTIC MAR 20
AMERICA MARU MAR. 28
AMERICA MARU . .
for Tourists an J
MAUI HOTEL, ,Z
A. T. IIAGHNKAMP. Mnnnpcr.
TOBACCO IN ON
lH'Inlu Oahu Book 228, pago 492.
Dated januar) :tl, I'.ioi,
Bailey's Honolulu Drier Company
Limited, lo W C Peacock; surrender
or lease, store. King street, Honolulu
Oahu; $1 Book 22S, page 494. Dated
January 18, 1902.
KIHEI STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
11) urdi r of the Directors, the annual
meeting of tin- stockholders of Klliel
Wisnln-ton Ion 21 -The Ways 'Plantation Company Is cnlled for rrl
.i8liinton in, .1 l ' , ,n Jnn jiM. i02, at 10 n m, nt tho
and Means Cnnin ttee tola) resume II m nbmc th, oIf,cg )f Mtg8rg C(l8.
Its hearings on Cuban reelproelt) with & C0nke. Ltd. Honolulu. At this
special reference to the proposed re-mc,,tB in addition to usual business,
diietlon on Cuban tob.iceo The tohac-n proposition for a bond Issue will bo
... liinHiiu nt tlm I'ultml SStnloa erp rnnutilftrml.
I K.U HHVUniB w ....... ...... .... ..,..u... .
Ilnrgel) reprcsc nieu, nie oiiiiers oi um,
large leaf manufacturers and growers'!
NATURE'S PROVISION FOR MAN.
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
H. HACKFISLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
NG CHAN CO.
rdware, Tinware, Glassware
d Carriage Goods, Etc., Etc.
unci Sewer- Connec
tions a Specialty.
King St., between River 8t. and
lie English and American Goods
65 Hotel street, dnd
Hotel near Nuuanu
Hot. oti TEL whits 01
CanadianAustpalian Royal Mail
Steamers of tho above line, running In connection wltu tbo CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. botvveen Vancouver. B. C, and Sydnoy, N.S.vV.,
end calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Brisbane, aro DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about tbo dates below stated, viz.:
rrom Vancouver anu Victoria, B.
(For Brisbane, and Sydney.)
hrom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, B. C.)
MIOWERA l'Ell 12
AORANGI MAR. 1
MOANA APR. 9
MIOWERA MAV 7
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
4 all general Information, apply to Europe. For Freight and Passage an
Theo. H. Davtcn ft Co., Ltd., Gen'l Agenta.
C0R0NAD0 ND KAIULANI
The bnrkentlno Coronndo Captain
Potter reached San TrnnclMO on the
17th Inst .-twenty da)B rrom Honolulu
with lists bagH of sugar and 49ti bags
ot salt Captain Potter reporte-d that
on Januai) 3d ills v cased was In com
pan) with the bark Kalulanl and the
barkentlne W II Dlmond On Jnnu
ary lBth, In latitude 1S1 degrees 3
minutes north longitude 37 degrees 17
minutes west, tho Coronndo passed n
four masted baldheaded schooner
painted whlte, bound to the southeast.
Captain Potter reported squally weath
er for the entire trip from the Islands.
Tempestuous weather was encoun
tered by the bark Kalulanl, which ar
rived at San Francisco on January 19th
eighteen da)s from Honolulu, with
roven passengers and n cargo ot
fi eight consisting principally of 27.477
hags of sugar and 010 bags of coffee.
The passengers were. Mr. and Mrs,
llilnlo) .Mis Somers. Mr Van Leiivnn
Mr. Van Arnsmnldt, Mr Oplt7. and Mr
Shore. Cnptalu Dabcl reported thut
0.1 Januar) 9th nnd 10th, In latitude
22 degrees 24 minutes north, longlttidei
147 degiees 50 minutes west a strong
gnlo blew fiom the southwest, with 11
high sea and terrific squalls, and that
the wind suddenly Bhirted lo, the
northwe'st, with squalls For a time
the Kalulanl was In enmpnii) with the
barkciitliiii W II Dlmond The four
masted schooner ltosamonil Captain
Johnson which left Honolulu a week
liofoie the Kalulanl arrived at San
rrnnelsto In company with the W II
Dlmond on the 20th Inst.
When Naturo designed man she
provided amplo things for his preser
vation. Man was Intended to live, and
bo healthy on vegetation; that was
tho natural way. Tho only way to be
healthy or to regain lost health Is
by using nature's remedy and great
blood purifier Klcknpon Indian Sag.
wa. This Is tho great Indian reme
dy, tnken direct from nature's unerr
ing laboratory. It I3 mado of Blmplo
herbs, roots nnd barks, and alwayB
nets naturally. It searches out tho
disease; finds tho cause of It; slays
It, nnd restores the body to a normal
ly hcalthly condition. It )our liver Is
sluggish, drowsy, or Inactive; It your
heart doesn't pump right, palpitate,
thumps, sometimes vigorously; and
sometimes faintly; If )our bowels are
Inactive, or overactive, If )our stout
ach falls you; If jour kidneys fall to
act naturally; there ts still help for
you If )ou will take KIckapoo In
dian Sagwa. You must act quickly
Disease, Is progressive; )ou must stop
It at once. KIckapoo Indian Sagwa
will do It. Hobron Drug Co., agents
for tho KIckapoo Indian Itemed lex.
I It'la'n. Ci -An KTons 'KTllllCt mi '
Kli.fi street Near Nuuanu.
IRST CLASS MEAL3 SERVED
AT ALL HOURS.
Cheapest Good Meal In Town.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
S. 8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons.'to sail about Jan. 25.
3. S. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about March 15.
From San Francisco 8. S. HYADES, 3,000 tons, to sail Feb. 19 for Honolulu.
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South Brooklyn, at
all times. For turtbor particulars, apply to
C. P. mORSB,
General Frelflht Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
Vallejo, Jan IS The last of the 1 nr
go of coal was taken from the ship
Roanoke )eBterday Klro broke nut In
tho hold while tho vessel wns en routu
1 1 0111 Norfolk to Mare Island, and lm
leilled the ship and the lives of her
erew for forty days The fire was
known to have dono damage, but the
extent was underestimated In many
places the Inside covering of tho
ship's timbers, six indies thick and
timbers eighteen Inches thick, have
been eaten through b) the flames, and
between tho cargo and the sea there
remains but tho charred outside plank
ing of tho ship l.es than Hid" tons
of coal was Baved for deliver) here,
The ship will leave Sunday for San
Francisco where she will be docked
SOL SMITH RUSSEL
New York Jan ' Sti liken In bod)
unil at Intei viils In uilml Sol Smith
Russel 11s n last ilespi'iule result has
cmbi.-ued Christian Si' I UK e to 1 me him
of n niiikid) with wlihh he has been
aflllited for two viars past. The once
famous comedian Is nun In Washing
ton the guest of his 111 ntlli'l -In-law
and old-tlu'e manage! Tied U llerger
Russel s condition in nun must pitiful
Ills case has baflled the physliiau Hit
over) school Ills entile s.vstem xtenis
out of ordei. In IKiembei last he win
stricken with locomotor ataxia He
lost the entire use of his lower limbs,
and now lux to be wheeled about In an
invalid's chair with his devoted wife
ever nt his side Russell now has to bo
prncthall) fed b) Ills wife or servants
lie cannot Btand alone, and It Is u mor
al certulnt) that he will nevei ngaln
he able to appeal upon the stage.
associations being present
John R Young, president of the Na
tional Leaf Tobacco Association, made
on cornet! plea ngnlnst any tobacco
concessions to Cuba. He said there un
doubted!) was a public sentiment In
favor of granting relief to Cuba, but he
contended that we should he as Just to
tho people of our own country us to
the people of foreign countries.
The purpose of the movement for
reelprocit) he said, wns to have thn
whole expense of Cuba's relief full
on two American Industries tnbne 10
and sugar There was now a tobacco
acreage In Ohio of S'i.OOO acres. Wis
consin 2"i0no Pciiiis)lvnula, 22 000:
New York 72.000, Conncithut 11.000
and several thousand acres In other
States which would be scrlousl) nip
pled As lo cigars. Mr Young declared that
tho pinpoKCM concessions would 'wipe
out the Amerlcun-mndc 10-ccnt clgnr'
The Cuban elgar maker would lay
down a cigar here for less than the
American mnnufnctuier receives for
his high grade goods and the Cuban
would have the advantage of having
his goods advertised as Imported el-'
pars ' This, Mr Young said, would
secure for Cuba the entire American
market for all goods above Ii cents
Representative Rleliardsou of Tcn
ncssee nsked If the price of cigars
would be reduced to the elgar smoker
Mi Young said the price would be
reduced but he did not bellevo the con
sumer would ask this reduction at tho
expense of the Ameilcan Industry
J Werthelm of New Yoik head of
a clgir concern emplo)lng 0000 peo
pie presented the serious effect of con
cerns on the American cigar Interests.
L A .HVRSTON.
Secretary Klhel Plantntlon Co.
Honolulu, January 23d, 1902.
By order of the Directors, tho nn-
mini meeting of tho stockholders of
tho Nnhlkti Stutar Company. Limited.
Is called for Friday. January 31st, 1902,
nt 2 p m , In tno room noovo 1110 oi-
llces of Castle K. Cooke. Ltd.. Hono
lulu II. AltMITAGE.
Sec retnry Nahlku Sugar Co . Ltd.
Honolulu, January 24th, 1902.
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
One Hundred Dollars (J100.00) rt
wnrd will he paid to any person giv
ing Information which will lead to tbo
arrest and conviction of the parties
who stole a registered mall pouch
from the steamer Klnau on or about
Saturdii). December 21st.
C. L. WIGHT,
2020 tf President.
Most of the Roanoke's eaigo was
discharged at this pent and taken over
h) the Naval authorities
OreiJnn'H Nctv Cnptnin
Washington, Jan 10 Captain Jos
Euton. nt present captuln of the Dos
ton Navy Yard has been selected to
command the battleship Otegoti which
Is now fitting out on the Pacific Cost
Thn ship will be pcrmanentl) attach
oil to tho Pacific Station.
The nniiunl meeting of the stock
holder of The Kash Company, Limit
ed, win lie held nt tnelr ofllec. 23 Ho
tel street on Satiirda). February 1,
190.', ot 2 p ill
F I WOODBRIDOE,
2031", ."it Secrctnry.
PACIFIC CLUB, HONOLULU.
NO TRUTH I!N RUMOR.
San 1'ianelsco Jan 17 A minor
Unit nppeaied to buve stalled iimoiig
the soldleis stationed on Angel Island
was In geneial cliculntlon )esteida)
to tho effeit that a Hie Lift Hi-veial
life prerieiveis and ntlivi wreckage
f 10111 the transport Shu Man had been
round on the shote ot Vliska tju.11
termnstei Ciptnln l'liimnn 1 and eitliei
miliers. on Angel Island, us well as the
transport ollleeia in 1I1U ell) wcie
howovi'i in Ignorant e of th- news ot
the disaster and placed no m-ekine
In tho story The Sheildan sailed leu
Manila on Januai) 1st, anil Is now be
Unveil to lie nt Guuiu,
RecrultH Itcnch the IJocr Army.
New Orleans Jnn IS Captain I. elo
Vllllers late fiom Soiiiii Africa says
that me n anxious to light fen the
Tiuilsvanl cause have loiiiid mid nro
lltullng their wn) to the Transvaal
eniinti) over) dn as the statistics of
Lord Klteliinei show that he has cap
hired, killed and wounded S3 Hoc is
while the total population Is only
Rheumatism has been cured In a
multitude of cases during the past slx'v
jenrs by PAIN-KILLER. 1 1lls potent
remedy rubbed vigorously In nnd
nround tho sufTciliig parts will relieve
all stiffness, rcdueo the swelling anil
kill all piln The most stubborn'tnscs
)lclel to this treatment when perfievciol
In Avoid substitutes, there Is but o:.o
Paln-KIUer. Perry Davis' 2.1c anil 60c.
The nimunl muting of the Pacific
Club will be held February 3d. 1902. at
the Club House nt 7 30 p m.
All pei sons having rlnlms against
tliu Estnto of J. II. TRl'SCHLER. de
ceased mo requested to piesent same
to the iindeislgued within one month
fiom date nuil till persons Indebted to
said Estate ate rfiucslrel to make Im
mediate pa) me. lit nt the ollleo of
J. I' IIACKI'LLD.
Imperial German Consul.
Honolulu 2.'th January 1902.
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLOUS
Fine Ice Creams and Water Ices,
Chocolate and Confections.
The Finest Resort In the City.
Try our "Ellto" Oyster Cocktails.
Pintles visiting Lnhnlnn and the Isl
and of Maul In general can sccilto suit
able eonve)nnces nnd cnrcful dtlvers
at the PIONEER STABLES, Lahalna,
Island of Maul.
Commercial men will be carefully
looked after with suitable rigs.
Postage on the Bulletins special In
dustrlal edition Is three cents to all
parts of the States.
has 11 move el to the
Arlington Block, Hotel Street,
III the stole former!) occupied b)
II W I'ostei
The Plumber's Strike
Is over, and I tm again prepared
to do Plumbing, Sewering ana
Sheet Iron Work as heretofore
Estimates furnished... Wort
manthlp anu material guara.i
Jas. Nott, Jr.,
Store, deretanla opp. Alakea St.
lei. White 3571.