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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., miDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1902.
VCR033 THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO !
TWO TRAINS DAILY i ivnuwiTirn ixjm
FROM PORTLAND. I Torturing, Rilndlng. rasping, aggravating 1)aln! Let It come In the
Daly THREE DAYS to Chicago. guise of Lumbago, Sciatica. Muscular, Inflnmmatory. "Come and Go"; In tho
Only FOUR DAYS to New York. Jlms- ll1 lllc cll"- " the back; anywhere, I will emc It. My Electric licit
r.I.KanPalacoS1ocper..Butrct Smok. g'Z TATXK'LL SW " ' '" ""
iTkViSnfR8 Rr , , " M.LAUOHUN ELECTRIC CELT
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte). ,Iaa curc'1 thousands of Rheumatics. It will euro you.
Free Reclining Chairs. .. . . .. Rheumatism Cured.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers. I Dr. McLaughlin Dear Sir: About one month ago I began the use of
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jears, and after having tried all kind? of medicine and doctors, and being
compelled to change my residence from Amador contitv. l lmtrnn in im.
prove Immediately after three day's lite of tho belt, ami have continued to
uo so since, it. nas none good work for tne. I now get up In the morning
lecllng fresh nnd rested. Instead of that Hied, worn reeling, and hao In
creased greatly In" weight. I feel better in -vcry respect, nnd have your belt
to thank for It. You may uso this letter as you boo fit. Youis very truly,
WILLIAM 11. O'NEIL, 1J47 Jesslo St., Sail Fianclseo. Cal.
FREE TEST; FREE BOOK I want very sufferer from Sciatica.
Rheumatism, Lame Hark, Kidney or Madder Troubles, Cicneial Nervous
ness or Vital Weakness. Indigestion, -to, to test my licit free nt my of
fice. If you can't call, send for my beck about It, free. Inclose, this ad.
DR, M. H, MCLAUGHLIN, 702 Market St Cor. Kearny, San Francisco
Office Hours S a. m. to S.30 p. in., Sundays, 10 to 1.
I H. LOTHROP.'Oeneral Aeent,
115 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
7. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
Wo. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
B. L. LOMAX, Q. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
Hawaiian Tramway's Time j
$ Table. j
Y KINO STREET LINE.
' On Ittvi Walklkl lor town at 5-41, 6.1 j, 6 45 A M. '
and every is mlnutei thereatter till 10.45. 11:11 end
lijjp.m, trom Walklkl so to the Punanoii Stable. I
Cere leive R Range or 1'iwn twitch lor town it I
j.jjA M. and every 11 mlnutei therealter till it otP.M I
Can leave Fort and Klnff etreelt corner (or Palama I
at 6:10 A.M. anl every ij minuter alter till n:tj I
Carl leave lor Palama only at J anl s:jo A.M.
Can leave Palama lor Walklkfs 41 a.m. an! every '
M nlnute till 9 4S P.M , then at 10:1s and I04SP.,M 1
Trie ii:if p.M Irom Patama lor Punahou only coci '
to Wilklkl on SaturJayi. 1
Cart leave Fort ani Kin; alretll corner lot Rifle '
Ranee at s to ani -o a.m.
iari leave t-ort ana King itreeti corner lor walklkl 1
at 6 os A.M. andevetyij mlnutei till ioojp.m then at'
10:1s ana ns P.M. in
I and tliij p.m. The 11. )J P.M. toil to Walklkl I
BERETANIA STREET AND t'VlMNU VALLEY.
Carl leave Punahou Stable lor Town at tie and
(or Ton aai Valley at s'40 130 6 10 Vto 6 40 7 and
J to A.M.
Carl leave Oahu College lor town and Valley at
6V 6 so ani 1 io A.M and ever) 10 mlnutei till 10 10
P.M. except the even hour and half, hour can which
run (rom the Stable
Can leave Nuuanu Valley at6to6io6soA.Mand
every to mlnutei thereafter till lo so P.M
Can leave Fort and Queen ktreetl lor Punahou
College at 6 os 6 aj 64s AM and every to mlnutei
alter till 4S P.M Alter that the can run to the
Stable up to it:sP.M. which lithe last car Irom Town,
reaching roe Stable at iiiiop.m.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J, G. HENRIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
' To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered for
ISEB THE COUNTRY.
Karrlages meet the S. S. Mauna lm
ft Kailua ana take passengers overland
to Hookcna, where the steamer la met
the secret of it
Cholly's shirts wero the tallt f th" town they wero ro rich
In design but people didn't knov. rbnt UUAI.'S wall papers wero
tuo handsome, shirt fronts Choi!) were.
Tho beautiful designs of
1902 WALL PAPERS
plcaso everyone that sees them end our prices arc tho lowest.
Take a look at your room; dent you think the paper needs
I WZ2 A I 9 C BERETANIA ST.,
JIl-r.l 4 O NEXT TO EMMA
Lines of Travel.
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1899.
STATIONS, daily DAiiy
(Outward! ex. Sun. DAILY ei. bun. DAILY paily
A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. PM.
Honolulu .... e:ta at; n:os
Petri City.... S03 941 11:40
fcwa Mill 8j 10 oS it 00
Kahukc .... it 31
(Inwari) ex. Sun. daily daily daily
AM. A.M. P.M P.M.
Oceanic Steamship Companj
The iteamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
Washington, Jan 11 A lava s"i. Instruments Filed for Record Febm
200.000 square miles In extent and tip ary 6, 1902.
waul of 4000 feet deep Is not usually paukeaho Afft
i!10.,.,8,.llo?f. " formlne,a I'nrt of tl,o C- H ,)(., : and' tt'll'i-'-Supt. Pub.
united States, yet nearly tho vholo of I Works I)
Washington. Oicgon, and a large paftA, t;t,09 tl 'ni.L.'c. "it. 'Alvarez ,'.M
of Idaho were once otcrrun by such a u. EMKal Walanae Co M.
sea of molten rock, the widespread re w. U. Castle, ti W. C. ArUI. tr. .
mums ui v.iiii-11 lurnt most 01 incir sur rar.Hcl.
W. C. Ac-lil. tr M. Soaics .... D.
Tong Chin !.oc I.uug Kco .... Itol.
C. (J. Yet- Hop I.qe I.UI1R Kee
ct at Uo'.
Lee I.ung Kee ct nl Sue Ah On
ct at ltd.
Tr. Kst. I). !. Dlsbop et at --Lam
Wo Sing I,
face today. Into the nnclcnt Invn beds
the rhorn lmo cut profound canons
several thousand fret deep, some of
which, notnhly thnt of the Snake, own
rivals the Oninil Canon of the Colorado
except In brilliancy or rock coloilni;
Iletwcen tho rivers on the uplnnd
idalns the country Is n series of roll
ing! plateaus on which the soil H i.am ,,, chin-illsliop a'co.
thick and rich. Here Is the great j. Andrnde-C. Hiown. tr. ..
niieni KrnwiiiR country 01 tne ion I- , . .. , , - . .
west, largo areas being pattlciilarly "runientt Filed for Record Febru
adapted to agriculture. One of th ar" ' 1SU':
greatest needs of the section, however. Kalaauhlna ct nl Mrs-. S. Xtawac I).
Is n large supply of water for Irrlga Knna Trndlng Co. H. S. Hajasbl.
(ion In tho summer season, for slock "'''
nnd for town nnd city needs. Thirl, T II. I)nles & Co.. Ltd. O.'o. Mr-
layers of sinvel nnd water.brnrlnc Dougnll & Sous IUl
rocks nro known to lie liitwnen tlmi
lava sheets, nnd It' Is fiom these thai
water Is looked for.
During the summer of mint Hip Tnli
d States (leologlcnl Survi-v, thtoiigli opened a contest In wnlth th- offer
The lastmnn Kodak Company hns
I'rof. Israel C. llussell. lundc a di-tnll
ed examination or Nej! IVtco counH
Idaho, a typical portion of the lavu
covered 'ountry, with special n-frr-
WOOD In cash prizes nnd $2onn In Ko
dnl.s for the best plctutcs taken with
Castman kodaks or Drownir cameras
Here Is n groat opportunity for Ho
ence to lis water' supply. The results "V'"1". n"1"""- w' ', wclleiit
W.I lllla.1 O 1U. 1,1, ,1, V '.t.ltllip, .ll
beautiful sronny of the Island afford
Tho Honolulu Photo-Supply tm
pnny will Ih hendouartprs ,or Hnno
lulu contestants, and thev have all
01 mis investigation iiau- Just been
published by tlm Ocologlcnl Survey In
Its series of wnter supply and Irriga
tion papers, llt-sldcs explanation of
t... ...... 1..-. t .1 1 ... Kllil uilli'nutilin, unit ,,iu ii.i.t- u
...- K,,, u. u,u n.-K,(, o,t which ,h,. inrormntlon nbout the conteet
the wnter supply depends, the paper ((! n, Bcc t,cm
contains suggestions of the localities
nliZi "ihlCrjLliy ,0 ',P1"""'' X ' TIip Chihuahua & I'aclfl.- unllioad.
! , i for tho occur wpll mK ,t frnm chihuahua.
ornrH-n ?l2 . ?,"'' "' M- "r about I2H inllox. Is to bo
2ri,,T r l0fl"Blli extended toward tne i'at-lllc coast
Inn U nl 7", '"""'"f, t",?!' Tuo thousand tons of steel rails were
,n , 'V! V'.' TruI b:,,IW el-l "I Chihuahua u f.-w das ago
npln,?nT ,h nTi'. '" ' !" "T"""' for this extensmn.
including tho native llmi'stoncs. , ,..
whoso vnluo for the manufacture of
cement Is explnlned. nnd tho probable, I D(fn Mntinoe
location of tho precious mctnls. such LCKCll llULIOCO,
as gold, silver and copper. Is discuss-
rnllJ f ?5TrnaJr 1, ""r,"1:!'11.' ESTATE OF CHINO AHI, DECEASED
cation of the director of the United
States Geological Survey. Washington.
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.
THE AMOUNT PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
HOME TOO. S .
We have now on sale lots In the beautiful Puupueo Tract,
which contains the finest uburban property In Honolulu. This
tract commands a magnificent view of mountains and ocean, hat
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 COMFY
As a part of the water resoiim-n of
tno country tho United States Ooolog.
Notice to Creditors.
Notice Is hereby given by the tin
leal Survey Is studying tho wonderful dcrslgnod administrator of the above
I-loruia springs and lakes frnm which named c-Btnte. to the creditors and to
most or tho rivers of the States hnvo nn ,,,-rsons having claims against the
their rise. Klsslngeii Springs. In sr.ld estate, to pieent their claims dtl-
I oik county. Ik one of these. The wa ly authenticated and with proper
tor has n temperature of 70 degieei wmchers, If any exist (t'lcn If the
Fahrenheit and Is strongly Imprcgnnt- claim Is secured by mortgage upon
ed with sulphur. Iron and other Ingle, real estate), to him either nt bis rest-
clients that chaiaeterlze nrteslnu wn deneo or plnee of business at Honolu
I 2CM JUOD BUII-DINO. H
tfeVi r7- "
i!ftt fccJ iTtr IB tiv91 isiM iiBJ UlV OMt ic fv-1
At the entran:
to the Fatnoui
lao Vallev, anl
easy access to
volcano In thi
for Tourists and
MAUI HOTEL, Z$1..
A. T. HAG1INKAMP. Mnnntjcp.
FnOM SAN FKANCISCO.
SIEnilA FED. 12
VLAMEDA FEU. 22
SONOMA MAIt. 5
TENTUnA MAIL 2d
ILAMEDA APRIL 5
FOIl SAN FKANCISCO.
SONOMA F'Ull. 11
ALAMEDA F'Eli. 2C
VKNTUHA MAIt. 4
In, within six mouths fiom tho date
of this notice, or the shall be foreuT
Dated Honolulu. January IT. 1002.
(Signed) CHINO II. W. AIM,
2017 .Inn. 17. 21. 31, FVb. 7. H.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
W.i 4 .a
Walinae .'....'....'... e'.lo ... Ill'
CwaMIII :jo r.41 lot a:)t
Pearl City 6.ts S.oi n)o e.st
Honolulu 6 so S.)S )os s to
F C. SMITH. Oen'l Pass. & Ticket Agt.
O. P. DENISON. Superintendent
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Kaliikinni Meat Market
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Beretanla 8treet, Corner Alakea.
'Phone Blue 2511.
ALSO AT THE
. MEAT 8TALL3 19 AND 20.
SING CHAN CO.
' Importers of
Hardware, Tinware, Glassware
and Carriage Goods, Etc., Etc.
and Scwcr Conncc-
In connection with the sailing or the npove steamers, tno agents nro 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
Tork by eny steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPI.T TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 3. 8. CO.
Facile M StGniiisliip Go.
Accidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisjia
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
CHINA FEB. 14 NIPPON MAUU FEU. 8
DORIC FEB. 22 PERU F'KIl. li
NIPPON MAR I! MAIt. 4 COPTIC F'EIl. 25
PERU MAR. 12 AMERICA MARU MAR. 4
COPTIC MAR. 20 PEKING MAR. 12
AMERICA MARU MAR. 2S GAELIC MAR. 22
HONGKONG MARU MAR. 2U
tcrs In that region. The spring Is eW
dently n nntural urteolan well. Tin'
water all comes from one point, gush
ing up vertically with great force
through a clrctilnr orifice In the hot
toni or the basin, and although the ba
sin Is thirty feet deep or moro thi
force Is so grent that tho water direct
ly over the orifice Is considerably
lltchcr tlintl till, flnrfnrn nl til., Intra
nt the banks. While swimmlnc In thN The undersigned hnlng been duly
delightful pool It Is found to be ex- appointed Admlnlstiator of the F.slnte
ceedlnclv illlllpnlt tn I.-,...., In n uinn of Aunlo Mnknnul. late of Honolulu.
over thlH snrlmr bolt nml lm,,unii,io Island of Oahu. deceased, notice Is
to sink in tho water at that point. Tho hereby given to all persons to present
otuiiow or the spring as measured by '" lr einims ngainiii mini i.wir, u"
the hydrographers of tho GcAloglcnl nuthentlc-ated. whether secured by
Survey was found to be 11,000 galloni mortgage or otherwise, to the under
oac-h minute. J signed at ills office on Qiipp-i street.
F'rom $10,000,000 to $15,000,000 !lnm" "" "'"""'" V" '"""" ""' ' '."
irom inc onto in nun u-Jiit-i. ui uirj
will be foreer barred.
V. V. McCHESNKY,
Administrator of the Est, it of Annie
Mnknnul. Decease ..
Dated, Honolulu, January 31, 1902.
201,0 FVli. 1. 7. 14. 21.
MAR. 19 1 worth or fruit products nro ycnrl
MAR. 23 I shipped from southern California, n
country which wns, In many places,
almost a desert until wnter wns njn
piled to It from Its numerous streams.
There are still largo tracts west of tho
Missouri river amounting to millions
of neres which are awaiting develop
ment through tho application of water.
In time these Innds will be I lie homes
of large populations, milling their
sbaie tn the business and development
IN THE CIRCUIT Cul'lll. FIRST
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers. In Probate In the Matter
or the Estnte of Mnrla Louisa Holt-
ninnn Into tf llnnnlltlll O.lllll. The
or tin. country when the rivers which ,,nht Wlll and Icsiament of snld cl
run lliiougli them nro used to mnkp (.-cased, hitting been presented to said
the land til for ngrlciiltuio nnd life. ;()iirt, together with n Petition for
Many of these streams are now belnn the Pronnte thereo.. and .or tne Usu
studied by the hjdrogrnpheis of tho mice of Letters Testamentary to Wll
United States Geological Survey as u liam O. Smith, having been filed; No
part of the water resouiees of tho tleo Is hen-by gltcn thnt I'lldny. the
whole coiintiy. and the facts concern- 7th day of Match. A. D. 1U02. nt 10
lug their Bow nnd high and low water o'clock a. m.. of said day. at tm Cotnt
conditions nie being collected which Room or said Court, at Honolulu. Oa
will Im n led nx ilpmnmls nro niniln llll. be nnd the same heieoy Is ap-
upon their waters for tho development Pointed the time and place lor prov-
' .. In., .ml. I 11111 nii.t li.i.ir lur un 1,1 niittll.
of the adjacent Inniis. Indlnnnpolls . ' - -ei
J '" '' Honolulu. January 2?. 1902.
Charles (I. Wahlgren of Chicago, Is . ' cspnimi" I I'C VS
IN THE ClltCtIT COURT. FIRST
Clicull. Territory of Hawaii. At Cham
ber. In Piobate. In the .Matter or tne
Estate of Glralilo J. Rocio, or Mono
lulu. Oahu. Deceased. On Rending
and Filing the Petition nnd Accounts
of the l:ecutors of the will or said
dcci-nsed. wheieln he asks that his ac
counts bo examined and approved, and
that a final order lie made of distribu
tion of the property remaining In his
hands to the persons thereto entitled.
and discharging him from all further
responsibility as such Executor. It Is
Ordered that .Mommy, tnu ;i oi
.March. A. I). 1902. at 10 o'clock a, m..
at the Com t Room of tho said Court
at Honolulu. Island of Oahu, bo and
the same hereby Is appointed as the
time and place fur hearing said Peti
tion and Accounts, and that all persons
Interested may then nnd there appear
aud show cause, It any they hne, why
the same slum.., not be granted, nnd
may piesent evldenen as to who am
entitled to the said property.
Honolulu, Jan. 22. 1902.
11 the Court-
20.-.S Jan. 21. .11; Feb. 7. II.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
,t the Annual Meeting of the Pa-
elllc Club held February 3d, 1902. tho
following ollli era were elected to
serve for the ensuing year:
Hon. A. S. Cleghorn President
Mr. Godfrey Brown
Mr. Edgar Halttead Secretary
Mr. J. M. Dowtett Treasurer
.Mr. James Gordon Spencer
Mr. H. M. Whitney, Jr.
Mr. H. Holmes Director
Mr. R. R. Berg Director
Mr. W. Lanz Director
(Signed) EDGAR HAI.STFTAI).
FOn GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
H. HfrCKFlBLO ft CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadians-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of tbo nbovo line, running in connection wit., the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. H. C aud Sydu.y, N.S.V
ind calling at Victoria, D. C, Honolulu and Ilrtsbano, aio DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
snld to be
the double of President
' 2059 Jan. 31. Feb,
SAILOR TOM WITH SHIPWRECK RECORD
'rom Vancouver anu Victoria, O. C.
(For Urlsbane and Sydnoy.)
UOANA FED. 15
MIOWERA MAR. 15
AORANQI APR. 12
tlons a Specialty.
229 King St., between River 8t. and
R. R. Depot.
Fine English and American Goods
6s Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
P n Booi TEL-WHITS e
IN NEWSPAPERS i
ANVWttnRD AT ANVTIMP
Call on or Write
E.C.DAKL.'S ADVERTISING AGENCY;
iKA A A if MArrlmnic' PyrhanpQ
r. a a.1 l-ll a k.1 A I 7
r-rom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, n. C.)
MIOWERA F'EIl. 12
AORANQI MAR. 12
MOANA APR. 9
MIOWERA MAY 7
Through Tickets Issued rrom UodoIuIu to Canada, United States and
1 all general Information, apply to Europe. For Freight and Passage nn
Theo. H.DavtcBfrCo.,Ltd., Gcn'lAfientw.
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.
S. S. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to tall about March 15.
i From 8an Francisco S. S. HYADES, 3,000 tons, to sail Feb. 19 for Honolulu.
! might received at Company's wharr, 42nd Street, South Brooklyn, ht
all times. For further particulars, apply to
, C. P. JVIORSB,
I General Frel8ht Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
IlaiiBor, Jan. 17. Harney Look has so familiar with the crew and so picas
arrived nt his homo In Jonesport. Me., ed with the essel that when sailing
after a most excltlnR experience t)f tho time came she declined to ro ashoie
sea. Harney Is or was the IiIk torn cat mid Capt. U)ol; had her entered In the
of the schooner 15. I. White, which was vessel's papers as one of the ciew.
wrecked on December 7 on ClIiiBerlircnd named "Tony." for the port where she
Reef, In the Dahnmns, while on the hnd been shipped. In the ionise of
pussaRo from Philadelphia to Cuba, tn time Tony produced a little of small
command of J. Sewnll Mltehc.ll of Hal- Tonys, aud one of the kittens wns
iliiRton, It was supposed until the sned uud christened Lucy. At sea
other day Hint Harney hnd Rone the four je.irs Lucy became the mother of
way of nil Rood cats, but he was saved. seernl children, of whom one was kept
i nnd arrived In .lonespoit safo and he bt-liiR named Harney.
1 Mitmil. with n chicken bone and a dish Harney hns made many trips with
I ot milk In his express crate and a purr Capt. Look to the West Indies, tn
I of dellRlit tor his master and mistress, South America and to coastwise ports,
Capt. and Mrs. O W. Look, who re- and his life has been filled with Rood
malned nt home on the trip which IIvIiir and lUely achentures. Twice he
.roved the last of the K. I. White. foil overboard and was rescued In mlil-
When the White went on the reef ocean, Capt. Look hcnWiiR tho vessel
the sen bepan makliiR over her, and It to and sendlnR away a boat for him.
wns a hard chance for fho best man narney didn't exactly fall overboard,
aboard to Ret away with a dry skin. thoiiRh he wns too Rood a sailor for
Harney knew that tho esel was donn that. He was alwajs on deck when a
for nnd he perched on the sheerpolo of palo wns blonliiR, and once he was
the lee main rtKRliiR, wnltlnR for some washed off the spanker boom, and nt
one to take him off. He was saved at another time was knocked from the
Hie last minute by Edward II. Wilson tnffrall by a hlph Bea
of Mansfield, Mass., cook of the schoon- The sailor cat seems to be endowed
er, who arrived at his homo on Christ- with remarkable Instinct, and to know
mas Day. Later on Hnrnev wnB con- Just how long It Is safcytn remain on
licit d to the rare of an express company shore without RcttlnR left, so that In
In Hoxtoii, and In a nicely padded hot. port be has nlways been allowed to
be made the Journey home to Maine, po nnd rou-e at will Once In New
Hie first thing he did after receiving Ymk the V. I. White was taking in
IN THE CIRCIMT COURT. I IRST
Clietill. Toirltory of Hawaii At
Chambers 111 Prohnte. In the Matter
of tin- Estate or Yee Chew Van. late
ot Honolulu. Oahu Deceased. The
IVlltloii nml Accounts of the Adtulnls
trutcir of the estate of said deceased,
wheieln he asks that hls-fTct ounts br
examined and approved, and Hint a
tlnal older be made of distribution of
the property remaining In his hands
to the persons thereto entitled, nnd
discharging him from nil further re
sponsibility as such Administrator.
havlliR this day been filed j Notice Is
hereby given that Monday, the intii
day of March. A. I). 19(12. at 10 o'clock
a. in., at Chambers in the Court House
nt Honolulu, be nnd tho same hereby
Is appointed as the time nnd plaeo for
bearing said Petition nnd Accounts,
and that all pcisons interested may
then nnd there appear and show cause,
If any they have, why tho same should
not be granted.
Honolulu. Onhu, Jauuarj 27. 1902.
U the Court:
A. (!. KAUI.l ivOIT.
2iil! Jan. 31; Fen. 7. 14. 21.
The Portuguese Mutual Heneflt So
ciety of Hawnii. at n special meeting
held January iStli. 1902. elected thn
loltow-liiR otlltcrs for the current year:
President Jose G. Sllva
Vice President.. .Joao Fernandet
Secretary Jose de Frlai
Treasurer A. G. Sllva
Board of Directors Manuel Nunes,
A. S. Nascimento, Lulz F. Menezes,
J. A. R. Vlelra and M. V. Fernandes.
Auditors Joao R. Moniz, J. F. Roza,
J. Rapozo, Camelo Perelra and J. G.
Costa. JOS. de Fill AH,
im!2 Jt Secretary.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the regular annual meeting of thn
Charles V. Ilvrriek CnnlaRe Company,
Limited, held Febtuary Sth, 1902, thn
following (inkers wuiv elected;
President Paul R. Itcnberg
Vice President ...C. F. Herrlck
Secretary O. Sorenson
Treasurer F, B. Damon
Auditor L. C. Abies
Director. H. Armltagt
Director John Ouderklrk
Secretary Charles V. Herrlck Carriage
Co., Ltd. 2004-31
IN THE CIRCL'IT COL'RT OF THE
I'ilht Circuit. Tenltory of Hawaii. At
Cliambeis. In Probate. In tin- V- Iter
of tin- Estnte ot Flunk Drown, late of
Honolulu. Oahu, deceused The Inst will
and Testament of said I'oeoiisril, hav
ing been piesented to snld L nut, to
Rether with n Petition tor the Pro
bate thoteof. and for the Issutncv of
I.eltetH Testamentary to H. M. Von
Holt halug been filed, notice is here
by given tuut Monday, the .Id d.iy of
March. A. I). 19U2, at in o'cliek a. m.,
in tlie Judiciary HuililltiR, Ilouoluui.
hcteby Is appointed the time mid plnco
for proving said Will and hearing said
application, when and whole any per
son Interested may appear and shnw-
cause. If any they haw, why tho
prayer of said petition should nut bo
Honolulu, January 21, 1902.
Hy the Court:
A. O. KAUI.UKOU.
Cecil Drown, Attorney for Petitioner.
2032 Jan. 21, 31; Full. 7, 11.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FIRST
Circuit. Territory of Hawaii. At Cham
ber, In Probate. In the Matter of thu
Estate of Archlbnld V Cllflllan. lain
of Honolulu, Oahu Tho I.ust Will
and Testament of said deceased, hav
ing been presented to said Court, to
fCthur with a Petition for the Probate
thereof, and for the nullum e of Let
Urn .nnirrntlllnllfillR nf bin innster and rnrvn nn,l Pnt IjuiL tniim! It imc.s. , 'era 1 ebiailieiltnrj 10 COCII llrcittn
mistress was to rUo their home tabby s,rJ 'to shlf, lo anollier berth, some .ri'Tduv'TMh.
an unmerciful whaling. After all his dlstnine 'i-o"- Hie first Harney wns on d iijo j in o'clock u. m.. of said
hard times Harney Is now "shlp-shnpn shore, sre'tir the soli's, but lit nlght'dav, at the Couit Room of said Court,
nnd Hrlstol fashion," and It Is said he uppinied on board as iihii.iI. Ii.iv- at Honolulu. O.iliu, lie and the same
that he can lick any cat or dog In lug hmiie.i ulrug the whimes until lie heriby Is appointed the tltno and place
Jonesport. fniird the ilplit vcjfcI. A nt Is M I for proving said Will and hearing stild
lliltnuv li.lM UMItlMlilMfr nn n IllRtorv. tinl, h liett.i,. u ilnr tlinn ti ilrti, mill It 4 application.
' O - I-. " i I I, ,.,,.!, ,1,, Ton, ,,.., !', IClllO
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MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO., LTa
Stockholders are hereby notified
hat by resolution of I lie Hoard of ill
rectors the remaining treasury stock,
amounting to "no shines. Is now offci
rd for subsrilptlon nt pur.
Stockholders have the prlwlcgo of
subscribing pro rata of their present
All stock not applied for by March
I, 19U2, will be allotted to such stock
holders or others as may have made
npplicntlou for same.
Honolulu, February 1. 1902.
Parties visiting I.ahalna and tho 1st.
nnd of Mnul In general can secure suit
able conveyances and careful drivers
at the PIONEER STABLES, Lahalna,
Island of Maul,
Commercial men will be carefully
looked after with suitable rigs.
Ills Rinndinother was a trump cat at t-eldom that a t-cugo'ng lab or torn la
1 Port Antcuiln, Jamaica, and whllo wan- lost oi its hett while thev know-
I derlng about the wharves there board- their own w sel a- well at the man
WORK WONDERS I ul the E. I. White. Sho soon becamu who built her - New Yoik Sun.
Hi tho Court:
2UH3 Jan. 24. 31; Feb. V, 11.
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL AND
Night watchmen furnished for build
lugs, tuislmvs proerty and residences.
Hullders will do well to consult How
his in tegiird to watchmen.
Office and Residence, School Street.
P. O. Box 234! Tel. White 3691.
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