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EVENlNfJ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, If. T., FRIDAY, JAN. 31, 1902.
Lines of TraveL
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FIIOM SAN FHANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to Now York.
ruDman Falaco Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
Ul and Library Cars, with Barber
hop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
V. H. LOTH R OP, General Agent
lt5 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, Oencral Agent,
Ho. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
B. h. LOMAX, O. P, & T. A.,
U71 Omaha, Nebraska.
rj " .' 1 1 - v"
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KING STREET LINE.
Ctrl 1vt Walklkl for town at j 4, 6 ts. 6 4M M
nitvery 1 jtnlnutei thereafter till 1045 "Ml and)
iijjPM from Walklkljto tothe Punahou Stables
Cart leavt R Range or Pawaa twitch for town at
jyAM and every m minutes thereafter till it oJp m
Cart leave Fort and King ttreett corner for Patatfta
at 10 AM. an! every 13 mlnutet after till it tj
Cars leave for Palatna only at 1 and j jo A M 1
Cart leave Palama for Walk Ik Is 4) A m and every '
15 minuiei mi 049 r n . irwn ai 10 ij ana 10 4 J r.m
The it MP m from Palama for Punahou only rocs
to Walklkl on Saturdays
Cart leavt Fort and Kin ttreett corner foi Rtfle
Ranee at j and 50 A m
1 ana King streets corner for wammi
In all Its qualities supreme 1 Tint Is what Is sal J of "Dr. McLaugh
lin's Men." These are the m-n I hive cureJ after they had suffered
for years the ttrturesoi iNifvou ueDimv. vital bxnausuon. waives
linn IVTu.l.l AmkUInn )linmlllum tl.lnf 1n.l tltlrl.lf OnilM.
f ajlttl rilllVIIIVM iii.iiiiiauiii itiunt; hum uihuw "uriM
cocele, and ulher slans of breaklns down.
You see them everv. where, at a man ougnt to Dt, nappy, joiiy.
full of vim, sand and courage. Thev are " Dr. McLaughlin's Men,"
and are always shouting the praises of
Dr. McLatmhlin's Electric Belt.
Dr. McLaughlin Dear Sir Your Belt treatment has cured
me of all my sufferings 1 would not bo ns I was fo the earth,
and 1 wish I had seen our ndvertlscment beforeIt would hao
saved mo lots of pala am) money on those quacks who did nir
no good You can refer tj mo. Yours cry tiuly, CHRIS TEN
BY, drass Valley, Cal.
Whllo you nro sleep ng It is curing jou It pours n stream
of vital warmth Into ovury organ, renewing lgor and restoring
the flro of youth. It has a special suspensory for men, free. It
cures tho worst cases In two or throe months.
FREE TEST, FREE BOOK 1 want cery sufferer from
Sclatlcn, Rheumatism, Lamo Hack. Kidney or Bladder, Trou
bles, General Nervous or Vital Weakness, Indigestion, etc,, to
test my Btlt free at my office. If ou can't ca.., send for my
book about It, free. Inclose this ad. ,
dr, m. h. Mclaughlin, zs?.Ai,iS.?v.m
Office Lours, 8 a. m. to 8 30 p. m.; Sumlajg, 10 to 1.
Never Sold by Agents or Drug Stores.
Cart leavt Fort a
J and U.ojPM.
at 6 os A m, and every tj mlnutet till to ojp. M then at
io is ana 11,05 1 m. ll
on 2aturaayi only,
fhe it jj p.m. coes to Walklkl
BERETANIA STREET AND t'UUANU VALLEY.
Cart leave Punahou StjbU for Town at e 1 and
for Town and Valley at 5 40 $ 50 6 to 1 to 6 40 ? and
T M A M j
Can leave Oahu Collec for town and Vatley at
6 30 6 50 and 7 10 A m and evr to mlnutet till to to .
r.m tcpi in even nour ana naii, nour cart wnicn
run from the Suble
Catt leave Nuuanu Valley at 6 to 6 jo c 30 A,M and
every 10 mlnutet thereafter till 10 30 p m
Cart leavt Fort and Queen ttreett for Punahou
College at 6 01 6 13 6 4j A m and every 10 mlnuies
after till 9 4PM After that the cart run to the
Stable up ton joP.m. which It thelastcar from Town,
reaching theS table at it jo P M
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. UENRIQUES, PROP
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered (or
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. llauna uu
at Kailua and take passengers overland
to Hookena, 'where the steamer la met
the secret of it
Cholly's shlrtB were tho tulk nf tho town -'hev were ro rich
In design but peoplo dldn t know Hint DUAL'S wnll papers were
tue handsome shirt fronts Cliolly wore.
The beautiful designs of jJj
1902 WALL PAPERS
please everyone that sees them anil our prices are tho lowest
Tnkc a look at your roi m don't )ou think tho paper needs
NEXT TO EMMA
Lines of Travel.
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1899.
STATIONS. OAILY DAILY
(OutwirJ) x. Sun daily 11 Sun daily daily
A.ll Am. Am. i-.m. r pi
Honolulu ... t to g if lios lis 310
Pil Clly.... So) 9,3 1140 )4? 5)0
Ewa Mill 8 10 08 1. 00 4 os .10
W.ltna. 10 jo 4 4S .
Walilut 11 II S40 ....
Kihuku it) ois
(Inwua) Sun. DAILY DAILY DAILY
AM A.M PM PN
Kihulcu SIS .I'll
W.lilui 610 ... so
W.l.naa 1 10 .. IS!
EwaMIII so III 1 os 4H
I'urlClly 61s oi 1 jo ii
Honolulu 6jo 8 jj joj s ii
F C. SMITH, Gen'l Pass. & Ticket Agt.
Q. P. DKNI8QN. Superintendent
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
ILAMEDA FED. 1
SIERRA rED. 12
ILAMEDA FEB. 22
30NOMA MAR. 5
VENTURA MAR. 21)
lLAMEDA . . ..-. APRIL 6
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA FED. 5
SONOMA FED. 11
ALAMEDA ...FED. 26
VENTURA MAR. 4
ALAMEDA MAR. 19
SILRRA MAR. 25
ALAMEDA APRIL 9
SHOWN BY REPORTS OF
THE RAPID TRANSIT CO.
Officers Elected For Ensuing Year
and Repoit of Manager Read
Extensions Past and
The nnnual meeting of tho stock
holders of tho Rapid Transit Com
mti was held jestcrda) afternoon,
fhe reports shotted tho company In
excellent financial condition. Tor thu
purpose of extending tnc road the
Mockhuldors decided that tho capital
stock should bo Increased to $S00.UUU,
(in ndilltlon of fsmi.uuu to the cnpltall
7atIou Tho micting ttus n largo one.
there being 2031 shares out of a total
of 2300 represented.
Officers Elected. '
The election of officers rthulted as
follow s Picsldcnt L A. Thurston,
Nice president, J. 11 Atliciton, scut
tnr. J. A. Ullman, treasurer, L. T.
reck, auditor, Clmilcs II. Athuiton;
directors in addition to tho nboo.
V R Castle llrorgn Castlo and J .
II. Ptslicr. C O I!aTicntno the
ninnngcr, was nlso made a director ox-
Tho follow Ing report of Manager
llillentuio was read at the meeting.
Tho SlocKliolilors nf the Honolulu Rap
Id Transit and Land Compnn Ho
nolulu. Gentlemen In presenting this third
nnnunl report jour mariager Is glad to
bo able to state that niter exponent
lug the dclnjs and sctlmcKR with which
ou arc all more or less fnmlllar the
company completed tho Installation of
Us pow or plant and tno construction
of Its roadbed and ocrhcnd structure
from Alcxnnclcr street, on Llllhn via
Hotel and King streets, n distance of
14,721! feet, and on 1.1c 31st of August
tho operation of this part of our sys
tern wns begun, tho Governor of the
Territory, with appropriate teremo
nles, turning the throttle vnlvo nnd
wishing tho company tho success It de
served by reason of the Installation
of n plant of such superior tharacter
Oahu College Contract.
On the 23d of April n tontratt was
t-ntervil Into between tho Rapid Trail
sit Compans' nnd the trustees of tin
Oahu Collego nnd tho Island Realty
Compnio for the extension 01 tno torn
pnny's trncks from the Intersection ol
Punahou street nnd Wilder nenuo to
nnd through tho land tracts of tho On
I111 College and the Island Renltj Com
pnny, a distance ot ji6li feet. thoS
ngroelng to supply ail the ballast, per
foini all tho labor required In liln?
tho links nnd building tho o'erSicud
pit net lie. and pay n bonus t $17
S37 20, In consideration of tho coin
piny's suppljlng tho track and o-r
head material. This extension wr.s
tomptoted, and operation, In nccord
mice with the requirements nf 'he on
trntt, was begun on ottoner .list.
On the 31st of October a tontrncl
was enteied Into with Jnmes 8. Mo
Kpo for tho construction of an oxten
slon commencing nt the Junction ol
Instruments Filed for Record January
It Harkfeld & Co Hnkalan 'Itn
Co - I'
ll . Knhlnu Alnn . . .. .1..
C Ilolte I). Kealoha . . . D
I. K Kapunlal-0 E C Ilia. U
slnd . . . .1)
G Ljcurgus I) Manuel . . Itol
O Ljciugns I) Manuel Rel
D Jlinuel L. F Ahartz . Mtg
Instruments Filed for Record January
J. II Sthnarlt S Stnnfo 1 fl
Chns Acn Supt Pub Wo. vi U.
Jno. Thompson Jns MrCrei . U S
Lum lutk Cheong ct nl I.hmi How
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.
In connection with the sailing or tho anoro steamers, me agents aro pro
tared 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 APiy.Y TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
Kahikinni Meat Market
Oeretanla Street, Corner Alakea.
'Phone EUue 2511.
ALSO AT THE
'MEAT 8TALL3 19 AND 20.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
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 FRANCI8CO.
HONQKONO IJARU FEB. C DORIC JAN. 31
CHINA FEU. 14 NIPPON MARU FEU. 8
DORIC FEI1. JJ PERU FEU. 15
NIPPON MARU MAR. 4 COPTIC FEU. 25
PERU . . MAR. 12, AMERICA MARU MAR. 4
COPTIC MAR. 20 PEKING MAR. 12
AMERICA MARU MAR. 28 'GAELIC MAR. 22
HONGKONG MARU MAR. 29
King and Llllha streets, to Kallhl. n ' " rv ',' , j0V
.n,,(n., r m-r.n root. This ponlrncl . Jll5u"r -- ,"-'
Recorded January 21. 1902.
J N. Kukliahu to V K Alull
deed, one half Ap 3. II 1' 114 Kill,
OS'S, Kaonohl. Ewa, Oahu Hook JJ1
page inc. Dated Januni) 21 U'l'j
Recorded January 22, 1902.
Estate W C Lunalllo to II Coop
er relinsc. Grants 17i.J 3112 31U,
2121. 218K R P 8 1)44 and 72S1 and
Kill 1U2S7, Hamnkua Ilnnnll. $.vu
Hook lHO, page 101 TJatnl January
14, 190 1
K W Cooper to Estate V C Lu
nalllo, mortgage, Grnnts 1 i. 341.'
2 121! nnd 2.I8S It P s utl and 72!1 nnd
7281. nnd Kill 1187 llnmnkua Ha
wall, $3"00. Hook 230 page 251 Dat
ed Jniiunr II l.n!2
Recorded January ?3, 1902.
I. I Alvarez to C Cross re
Unse, portion lot 31 iapahulu Ho
nolulu Oahu, $30H Hook 215 pagu
15. Dated January 11. 1W)2.
E O Keen nnd wife to P C Jones,
Ltd., mortgage, lot 4 .iliiru in Col
lege Hilts trntt Honolulu Oahu,
J2100 Hook 2J2. page 3'i Dated Jan
uary 22. 1902.
C R Duincnt to Cecil Hi own trus
tee, mortgage, lots 13 nnd II Mo-kauca-Waikoau
tract Honolulu Oa
till. 4HU Hook 232 pagu 42 Dated.
Jnnunrj 23. 1902.
Estate W C Lunalllo to L J do
Alcncnstrc. release. Ap 0 Grant 177 I
Knpankca. Honolulu. O1I111; $15ihi
Hook 182, page 183. Dated No ember
J II Along, by attorney, to Snrah
E. Hrottn; release 1 1-Hl acres land,
Walklkl, Honolulu. Oahu, $C000. H00K
213 pngo 225. Dated January 23, 190.'.
Julln 11 Along, by aitornej to
Sarah 13 Ilrown release 1 1 -1 0
acres land, Walklkl, Honolulu, Onhu,
J2300. Hook 215, pngo 3C6. Dated
January 23, 1902
Snrah E Drown and husband to
Samuel W Wilcox, mortgage por
tlons II P 's IfiC. 01C3 nnd 713 Wit
klkl. Honolulu. Oahu, $12 0ou looli
232, pngo 44. Dated January 23 r.i.
Recorded January 24, 1902.
M K Pllkol to r Wunilenlitrg;
mortgage. Ap 1 It P 281u Kill
1315. It P. 3049. Kill 2U31 Wnil.11.1
Honolulu Oahu $"0 Hook 230
page 255 Dated December 31 1901
Territory of Hnwall to Kona &. Kail
Railroad Company, Limited, agree
ment: right of way for railroad, etc.
Konn nnd Kan. Hawaii. Hook 2,
page 4 Dated January 23, 1902
M I Leonul nnd wife to M. K.
II11I11, mortgage, Aps 1. 2 and 2. R
P 2977 Kills 4Sril nnd 237V. Aps 1. 2
II P 2987. Kills 4S11 nnd 237V, n.
I It. P. 7373, Kill ISllll. Mnpulehu.
MrlnlHl. S2UO HwK ZVi p Ige 2M-..
1 at'rt Innuaiy 23. 1902
Recorded January 25, 1902.
Trustees Oahu College to C II.
Hcmenwa. deed, lot K. block 22.
College hills tiact. Honolulu, Oahu:
$1200. Hook 229. page 3C5. Dated
THE AMOUNT PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
HOME TOO. J jt
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, hat
macadamized streets, artesian water, and the electric car line
panes through the property. For any further Information regard
ing prices, terms, etc., address
ISLAND REALTY COMP'Y
iiv n": .rji." '" 1
At the tr.tr.mct
to the Famous
lao Vallev. and
easy access to
volcano In thi
for Tourists an J
MAUI HOTEL, B22L0UPKL,.
A. T. IIACBNKAMP. Blnnnfjcr.
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
In pursuance of nil cixerntlon Issm d
b'L)le A Dlckej Set (mil DlstrlU
Mnglstrute nf Honolulu Island of Oa
hu. Tenltory of Hawaii on the 21th
dn of December. A. I) 1901. In re mat
ter of the Wnshlngton Mercantile
ESTATE OF CHING AHI, DECEASED
Notice to Creditors.
Notice Is hereby gUen by the un
dcrslgned administrator of the alien o
uatiipil estate, to the creditors and to
nil persons hnUng clnlniB ngalnst the
Company. Limited, a coinorntlon, s 'unlil islnle. to nresent their claims du
Cliots Man ct al dolnc business under 'lv authenticated nnd with proper
firm nnnio of Ylt Chong Company. Iiumthers. If an exist (ech If tho
have. 011 this 20th dny of December A.'(iam H s,.(,iroil by mortgage upon
I) 1901. levied upon, nnd sbnll exposou, pMnU,), ,m ,.tl,cr nt his real
for .ale at public miction, to the high- ,lcIlcl, r piLC ot i8iness. nt Honolu
est bidder, nt J 1 Morgan H auction . wllllln bK lntm from the ilatn
100m, on Queen street, in knld Hono-' .r .1.1. i,n,. iimv imli 1.,- tnrowr
lulu, nt 12 o'clock noon of Snturdav, ,rri.
Dated Honolulu. January 17. 1902.
(Signed) CHLG II. W. AHI.
dlstanco of 10,250 feet. This contract
was completed ns far as tho Tramways
Company's stnblcs, nnd operation of
this portion of the ronfi was begun on
November 21st The remaining pop
tlon of this extension wns completed
on December 8th nnd tho service ox
tended tii Knllhl This gives us n total
track mileage In operation. Including
turnouts, of S 44 miles
These lines are now being opernten
In three sections, known as the "main
lint " extending from Alexander street
nud Wilder avenuo to Kallhl; tho "Ll
llhn street line," from Wjlllo to King
street, with a transfer point nt Kins
stieet, nnd tho "Mnnoa Vnlley line
Willi n transfer point nt Punahou cor
Success Beyond Expectation.
Your directors aro glad to bo nbli
to Inform you that tno success met
with In the operation of thes-o various
lines has exteeded their fondest ex
nectntlons. the Incomo not only meet
Ing the expense account hut fnr ox-
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY, TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
H. HAXKFIBLD & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
SING CHAN CO.
Hardware, Tinware, Glassware
and Carriage Goods, Etc., Etc.
and Sewer Connec
tions a Specialty.
229 King 8t., between River 8t.
R. R. Depot.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers ot the above line, running In connection wlu tho CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, B. 0.. and Sydnoy, N.8.V.,
ind calling at Victoria, D. C, Honolulu and Brisbane, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about tho dates below elated, viz.:
from Vancouver anu Victoria, D. C. , l-rom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Brisbane and Bydney.)
MOANA FEB. 16
MIOWHRA MAR 15
AORANQI APR. 12
tFor Victoria and Vancouver. B. C.)
MIOWHRA FR 12
AOUAKOI MAIL 12
MOANA APR. 9
M10Wi:itA MAY 7
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
1 all general Information, apply to urope. For Freight and Passage an
Thco. II. DavicB & Co., Ltd., Gcn'l Agents.
Fine English and American Goods
C5 Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
TEL whits gi
P n nnioti
King Street Nvar Nuuanu.
FIRST-CLASS MEALS SERVED
AT ALL HOURS.
Cheapest Good Meal in Town.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
S. 8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, to sail about Jan. 25.
3. 8. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about March 15.
From San Francisco S. S. HYADES, 3,000 tons, to sail Feb. 19 for Honolulu.
Freight received at Company's whnrf, 42ud Street, South Brooklyn, at
all times. For turtber particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSE,
General Frelnht Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
WELL WORDED WAISTS IN
I THE BULLETIN
'cdlnK It. The Incomo to December
st four months V as $I2,89'J.83. and
tho operating expenso account. 21
200 20: leaving a balance of $18,009
G5, or 50 11-10 per cent of tho Income,
which Is certainly a very fnvorable
showing, and ono with which tho
shareholders havo every reason to be
satisfied As our mllcaRo Increases
hopo to bo nble to mako oven a mora
favorable BhowlnR, especially so when
wo hnvo our lines extended to Walklkl
and King street
Only One Serious Accident.
Onu Item to which I wish to draw
vour attention Is tno fnct that thero
has been but 0110 serious accident, and
the company wns entirely exonerated
tor responsl .llty therefor by the Jur.
For a road whero even thing Is new
and tho gn-at majority of tho motor
men nnd conductors without previous
expcrlente, this Is a showing that en 11
not be fxcolltd by any rond In the
Wo nro now operating ten regulaf
cars with Tour iixtras miring tno
henvy morning anu evening trafllc. At
thlB dato wo havo 10 motor cars and
foul trailers set up nnd ready to oper
nle Our entire car equipment will
consist of 35 motor cars and ID ti all
A contract Is about to uo entcien
Into for the extension of our main lino
from tho corner of Wilder avenuo and
Alexander street to tho Walklkl road
at or near tho Kalia (or john Kna)
road, a distance of about 0170 feet
This lino will follow Alexander streel
to- Ilcretnnln street, Beretnnln street
to Mc Cully street, nnd McCully street
to and ncross tho McCully tract to
the Walklkl road This will nccossl-
tatn a rock till ncross tho MrCully
tiact, which will bo mndo at tho ox
pt'iiso of the Walklkl Land and Loan
Assotlntlon It Is expected before this
work has been completed that ar
raiiKemcnts will bo mndo for the ex
tension of tho lino to and through tho
Kanlolanl Park After this has been
(omplcted, tho construction of tho
King Btrect line will bo oegun .This
lino will then constitute the main lino
to Walklkl. with n transfer point ft
MtCully and King stieets. for tho lino
now In operation Consideration has
also been given to tno ccinstruttlon ot
n linn commencing at Toot of Tort
street and the, Hsp.nhai.o along lYe
Hsplanmle to Alagea street and pn
this street to and along Hmnia nnd
Punchbowl to tho extension of Kua
klnl, alung Kiiaklni to Nuuanu, and
Bishop & Co. to J. J Sullivan ot
ol , tonsent, to loose 01 premises Ho
tel and Union streets. Honolulu, Oa
hu Rook 219, page 29t. Dated Jan
uary 25, 1902.
Recorded January 27, 1902.
O Kahakaulla to A do S Madelr-
os, deed. Interest In II P 2221, Ken-
nula, HamnKiiatna Maul $210. Iluoli
229, page 307 Dated Jauuniy 7 1902
Knalhuo to J de Rego. deed. In
terest In R I' 3221 Keaaul.i Ilunin-
l.unloa, Maul, $7o. Rook 220. page
.Ids Dated Jamiurv 11 19u2
S C Allen to T Christie), re
leaso, lands. Port street, Honolulu,
Oahu $1000 Rook 227, page 2SI.
Dated Jnnuarv 2S, 190.'
KaKaola to Akunn. deed lot 1 of
R P .o"., Knwela. Molokal. $70
Book 229. page 2C9. Dated December
N A Janes to K D Lance: deed;
lot 8 nnd portion lot 9. block 2. Piiueo,
llllo, Hawaii. $000. mortgage $1000.
Rook 229, page 370 Dated January
tho first day of February. A 1). 1902.
all thu right, title nnd interest of Chou
.Man et al.. doing business under tho
firm name of Ylt Chong Company, In
mid to the following described proper
tj. unless the Judgment amounting to
llilityslx and 18-100 Dollars. Interest,
costs and my expenses nro previously
paid. Said property levied upon bo-Ing
(leneral merchandise, consisting ot
piovlsloiis furniture wearing nppnrel,
tobacco, crocker), etc
ciias r t'liii.i.i.NuwuiiTii.
Deputy Sheriff Terrltor) ot Hawaii.
Honolulu Oahu. Dec 21,, 1901
2032 Dec 31 uim 7 , 23. 31
nlong Nuuanu to the brick works The
construction of this line, with transfer
points at Hotel and Alakea and King
and Alnkca streets, will enable pas
sengers to connect with the steamers
from all parts nf the rlt.
1 dcslro to take advantage of this op
portunity to expiess my appreciation
of tho faithful nnd efficient service
rendered the companj by Its vnruuis
cmplo)cs The moral standard is
high, and It will be the nlm of the
management to keep it so, ns too ninth
enro tannot bo exercised to safeguard
the well being of the patrons of tho
road C 0 IlALLL.Vl'YNi:.
Hveiy man has his tmubles somo
Itss and some more tunn their share
Among the lattei nie manageis of Na
tlonal and Americnn baseball teams
who aro Just now Inundated with nf
fers from would be stats offering to
sign for a few thousand dollnrs a
jeai. The) are world beaters and ta
pnble or drawing thousands ot specta
tois Just to see them peiforui Man
ager Shettsllne of the Philadelphia
National League, Is receiving several
letters dally and even on Sunday they
nrilvo by special deliver) An Idea ot
their texts call be obtained from one
width ho received this morulug The
writer Just wanted a trial and required
200 by rctnrn He could pitch, catch
play the Infield and outfield In a man
ner never before pla)ed. At pitching
howover, he excelled, and could throw
nn upshoot with a curve that lesem
bled a squib firework He promised ta
mako good and for a siilllcient consld
oration would captain the team Au
other nsplrant walked Into the office
last Saturday with his hat set Jauntll)
on tho side of his head nnd a cigar
In his mouth He wanted to sign
When asked where he ban plajed he
said with different clubs, Home nl
which were wheeling organizations ol
prominence. He could pla) In an)
position and would sign Imniedlutoly
Ho wns told thero was no opening so
asked fnr n Job ns a general emph)o
liven then thero was no opining, so
he offered to tnko charge of the bats
nnd bring them back after tho batten1
had hit Still there wns no openlne
nnd ho left saving "How ran you ex
poet to win tho pennant when von ro
fue to sWn good men' Philadelphia
IN Tllll CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST
Circuit. Tenltoi) of lluwall. At Chnni
her, In Piohute In the Matter or the
L'stnte or (llraldo J Roclo. of Iluno
lulu Oahu Dectased. On Rending
nnd Filing the Petition nnd AttouutB
of the Kxecutors of the will of said
deceased wherein ho asks that his at
counts be examined and npproved, and
that n 11 lint older bo made of dlstribu
tlon of the property remaining In his
hands to thu persons thertto entitled,
and discharging him from alt further
responslbllit) as such Ilxecutor, It Is
Ordered that Monday, tho 3d of
March. A I). 1902. at 10 o'clock n pi
nt the Court Room of the sntd Court
at Honolulu, Island of Onhu. be und
the same hereby Is appointed ns the
time and place for hearing snld Petl
tlon und Accounts, and thnt all persons
Interested may then nnd thero nppear,
and show cause. If any they have, why
thu same shou.u not bo granted and
ma) present ovldomo ns to who ntu
entitled to the snld proper!)
Honolulu. Jau 22, 190.'.
By the Court
203.1 Jan 21 31. Feb 7. II.
2047 Jnn 17. 21,
31; Feb. 7, H.
IN Till: CIRCUIT COURT. FIRST
CI11 ult. Territory of Hawaii. At Cham
ber. In Prolnte In tho Matter or tho
IMnte or Arthllmld F. Ollflllaii. latu
of Honolulu. Oahu The l-ist Will
and Testament of sold deceased, hav
ing been presented to snld Court, to
gcther with n Petition for tho Probata
thereof, nud for the ssuance of Let
ters Testamentary to Cecil Ilrown
hnvlng bei 11 tiled notice Is heieby giv
en that Moiidn) the 3d day of March.
A D 1902 nt 10 o'clock a. in , of snld
da) nt the foil it Room of said Court,
nt Honolulu O.1I111 be nnd the snmo
hereb) Is appointed the time nnd plicn
for proving said Will nnd hearing bald
Honolulu. January 22, 1902.
II) the Court
20.-.3 Jan 21 31 Feb 7. 11.
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
Hundred Dollnrs ($100.00) rt
ward will bo paid to any person giv
ing Information which will lead to the
arrest and conviction of tho parties
who stolo n registered mall pouch
from the steamer Klnati on or about
Saturday, December 21st.
C. L. WIGHT.
202fi tf President.
IN THU CIRCUIT COURT OF Till:
First Clicult Torrllor) of Hawaii. At
ChauiboiH In Pmb.iie In tl-e M tter
of the Ustatn of Flank Blown, Into of
Honolulu, Oahu deieiihedThu Inst will
and Testament of suld e'er eased, hav
ing been 'presented to snld Cunt, to
gether with a Petition ror tno Pro
bato thereof, "and for the Isiumco of
Letters Testmnentnry to II. M Von
Holt having been filed, notice Is here
by given mat Monday tho til diy of
March. A D 1902. nt 10 o'clttk p. m..
In the Judiciary Rulldliig. Honolulu.
Iicrcb) Is appointed tho thnound place
for proving Bald Will and hearing said
application, when and whero any per
son Interested may appear and show
cnuso. If any they have, why tho
pia)er of said petition should not bo
Honolulu, January 21, 1902.
By thu Court:
A. O KAULUKOU.
Cecil Brown, Attorney fnr Petitioner.
2032 Jan. 21. 31; Full. 7. 11.
The nnnunl meeting of tho stock
holders of The Knsh Compan), Limit
ed, win bo held at tnelr olllce, 23 Ho
tel street, on Snturdn), February 1,
11102 at 2 p. m
f. i. wooDBiunai:.
2010 fit Secretary.
A dividend Js due nud payable to the
slockholdeis of the Honolulu Brewing
k Malting Company. Limited, nt Its
olllce on (jueen street, on January 31,
1902. L. SCHWi.u7.ER.
Panics visiting Lahalnn nud tho 1st
und of Maul In genet al can seturo suit
able touve)anees and careful drivers
al the PIONEER STABLE8, Lahalna,
Island of Maul.
Commercial men will be carefully
looked after with suitable rigs.
2035 3 111
PACIFIC CLUB, HONOLULU.
Tho annual meeting of tho Paclfte
Club w III be held February 3d, 1902, at
tho Club House nt 7-30 p. m.
HART & CO.,
TUE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Creams and Water Ices,
Chocolate and Confections.
The Finest Resort In the City.
Try our "Elite" Oyster Cocktails.
has removed to the
Arlington Block, Hotel Street,
in tho Btore formerlv occupied by
II W Foster.
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