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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, IL T., SATURDAY, FED. 15, 1802.
Ltnet of fraveL
UTftOSa THE CONTINENT OTtOM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FIIOM SAN FnAN0I8C0.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Baly TI1IIEE DAYS to Chicago.
Oaly FOUIl DAYS to Now York.
finnan Palace 81eepcra. Buffet, Bmok-
Ins and Library Cars, with Barber
mop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals n-la-carte).
Frco Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
t. M. LOTHROP, General Agent
Its Third street, Portland, Oregon.
1. W. HITCHCOCK, Ocneral Agent,
Ho. 1 Montgomery St, Ban Francisco.
U. L. LOMAX, O. P. & T. A.,
1171 Omaha, Nebraska.
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINCJ STREET UNE.
On laava Walklkl lor town at nj. ij. 6:.j A.M.
ailtvtrr iinlnutattritrtalttr till io:at, 11:15 and
IUIP.M. from Walklkl goto tha Punahou Stafcfta.
Can tttvt R Rangt or Paaa twitch tor town it
j:S)A.. and (very ti mlnuttt thertalttr till 11.08P.M.
Cart Itavt Fort ana Klnr ttretti corner tor Palama
at 6:10 a.m. ana tvtry 15 nlnuttt alter till 11:11
Can Itava for Palama only at a an) s:)o A.M.
Cara Itava Palama for Walklkl j:) A.M. and tvery
1 BlnuUttlll 0'4J P.M , then at 10:1 j and io:t P.M.
Toe Hits' A. from Palama for Punahou only eoea
to WalkUl on Saturday!.
Cart leave Fort and Kim ttreett corner foi Rllla
Ranrt at jto and :io a.m.
Cart Itava Fort and King itrtett corner for Walklkl
at 6:oj A.M. and every it mlnutea till 10-05P. M. then at
:ii and iimj P.M. Tot 11:35 P.M. t-ott to Walklkl
DERETANIA STREET AND r'VUANU VALLEY.
Cart Itava Punahou Stable for Town at:)aanJ
lor Town and Valley at 5-40 jjo e:io 1:ao 6:40 r and
Cart Itava Oahu Collera for town and Valley at
6: jo 6:50 and e:io a.m and every 10 mlnutet till 10:10
P.M. except the even bour and half, hour cart which
run froai the Stable
Cart Itava Nuuanu Valley at 610 6:)o 6:30 A.M and
every 10 mlnutea thereafter till io:jo p.m.
Cart Itavt Fort and Queen atreett for Punahou
Collar at f.o 6:aj 6:4s A.M and every 10 mlnulet
after till 0 41 P.M. Alter that the can run to the
Stable up to iiijoP.M, which lithtlattcar from Town,
raachlnc the Stable at into P.M.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. HENIilQUEB, PKOP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
tin excellent chanco Is offered for
t f tourists to
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauna l
at Kallua and take passengers overland
to liookena, where the steamer la mot
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1899.
STATIONS. UAILV DAILY
(Outarard) . Sun. DAILY tx. Sun. DAILY DAILY
A.M. A.M. A.M. f.M. P .
ti. Sun. DAILY DAILY DAILY
AM. A.M. I'.M P.M.
a:ia . .. i-.
Ewa Mill i:o t:ts i:o a:t
faarl city a.is 8l i:)o a:jt
Honolulu , fcjo l:js 1:03 3:10
F C. SMITH, Qen'l Pass. & Ticket Agr.
O. P. DENIBON. Superintendent
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Kaliikinui Meat Market
FRUITS AND VOaOTABLOS
Oeretanla Street, Corner Alakea.
'Phone Dlue 2511.
ALSO AT THE
MEAT 8TALL8 19 AND 20.
SING CHAN CO.
Hardware, Tinware, Glassware
and Carriage Goods, Etc., Etc
and Sewer Conncc-
tlons a Kpcclnlty.
229 King St., between River St.
R. R. Depot.
Fine English and American Goods
65 Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
p 1 n.i im.
Tr.1 whit g
1F YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE i
ANYWHCKQ AT ANYTIMB
Call on or Write
E.C.DAKK'S ADVERTISING AGENCY
64 & 65 Merchants' Exchange
RAN PHANCISCO, CAL.
' .. "1-
DO YOU WANT
To feel as vigorous as you woro before you wasted your e
To enjoy llfo again? To get up In tho morning, refreshed
and not moro tired than when you went to bed? To havo I
t'ness In tho back or "como and co"
ostlpatlon? To know that your strength is not slipping away? To
onco moro havo bright eyes, h calthy color In your checks and bo
confident that what other mon can do Is not Impossible to you? In
jjsuuri, uo you want 10 uo a man
0 Thcro Is nothing so pcncttntlng, nothing so Invigorating, noth-
1 Ing that will relievo weakness and pain as speedily and surely as
. .nattiro by a general reinforcement nf thn vltnl enerrv hv Infimlncr n
0mlld, Invigorating current of Electricity Into tho nerves nnd by Blip
I plying tho system with tho very essence of nervo vigor and ncrvo
LAME BACK AND
McLAUOHLIN Dear Sir:
I mo all you havo claimed It would, and has Improved mo to such an
Y extent that I am now nblo to do a hard day's work, something I
T was incapablo of beforo commencing your treatment. I rest well nt
nlcht and mv cenernl health In hotter thnn ever. Ynti p.in refer to mo
and It will glvo mo great pleasure
y treatment, very truly, k. it. Houston, Armonn, Cnl.
4 Call and seo It, or send for my frco book telling about it.
I Dr. M. H. McLaughlin, SSI r
urriuei nuuus n. m. to
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FT10M SAN FRANCISCO.
SIEIUIA FED. 12
ALAMEDA FED. 22
SONOMA MAR. 6
VENTURA MAR. 26
ILAMEDA APRIL E
In connection with the sailing or tho abovo steamers, mo agents nro pro
tared to Issuo, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In tho United States, and from New
fork by any steamship lino to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPJ.T TO
Wm. 6. Irwin & Co.,, Ltd.
GENERAL AQENT8 OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
CHINA FED. 14
DORIC FED. 22
NIPPON MARU MAR. 4
PERU MAR. 12
COPTIC MAR. 20
AMERICA MARU MAR. 28
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION
H. HACKFELD &
Amerscarfi-llawaiian S. 8. Co.
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
HEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
S. 8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, to tall about Jan. 25.
8. 8. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to tall about March 15.
From San Francisco S. S. HYADES, 3,000 tons, to tall Feb. 19 for Honolulu.
Frolght received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South Drooklyn, art
all timet. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Aflent. H.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Bteamern ot tbo abovo lino, running In connection wllu tho CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. II. C, and Sydnty, N.8.1V.,
and calling at Victoria, D. C, Honolulu unci llrlsbanc, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about tho dates below anted, viz.:
from Vancouver anu Victoria, D. C. , r-rcm Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Brisbane and Sydney.) (For Victoria and Vancouver, 13. C.)
MOANA t...FEn. 15 .MIOWKKA FKR. 12
MIOWKHA MAIL 16 ;AOUANGI MAIL 12
AOUANOI APR. 12 MOANA APIt. 9
I MIOWKKA MAY 7
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United Statos nnd
Curope. For Freight and Passage nn
Thco. H. Davics &
Mrs, Ed. A, Williams
1120 FORT STREET
I Bulletin 75
TO BE STRONG ?
nnlng? Nn tnrllur-Rtlnn nr rvn.
Your electric belt has dono for
to sneak of tho merits of vottr 6
70S Market St.
:3u p. m.; Sundays, 10 to 1
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA FED. 2G
VENTURA MAR. 4
ALAMEDA MAR. 19
SIERRA MAR. 25
ALAMEDA APRIL 9
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
PERU FED. 15
COPTIC FEU. 25
AMERICA MARU MAR. 4
PEKIN(1 MAR. 12
GAELIC MAR. 22
HONQKONG MARU MAR. 29
APPLY TO P. M. 8. S. CO.
CO, LTD. AGENTS.
HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
t all genera Information, apply to
Co., Ltd., Gen'! Agents.
OPPICU OPEN DAV AND NIGHT.
Fine caskets, shrouds nnd robes
of every description.
First-class Gmbalnier from S. F.
'LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
TEL MAIN 179.
Roosevelt Said to
Be Against Schley
Washington, Feb. 4. President
Roosevelt will announce In a few days
his decision In tho Schley case, and
It will bo highly unsatisfactory to
Rear Admiral Schley, notwithstanding
a report to the contrary circulated to
day. It will emphatically declare:
That Rear Admiral William T. Sattin
son was technically and actually In
Command nf thn AmnHenn fnrpdw
which destroyed tho Spanish squad-'
ron ai Santiago de Cuba.
That the battle was fought In ac
cordance with the plan prepared nnd
adopted by Hear Admiral Samnson.
That Hear Admiral Schley nnd tho
Brooklyn nctcd In accordance with the
plan until tho Ilrooklyn mnde her fa
mous loop, which left an opening In
tho btockndo lino through which the
Spanish licet steamed.
That both Hear Admiral Sampson
and ltenr Admiral Schloy hoisted sig
nals nt tho beginning of tho battle
which wero tint observed, or If observ
ed wero not obeyed, ns tho captains
of ships wero acting In accordance
with tho plan determined upon befora
That during tho chnso of tho Colon
Rear Admiral Schley was technlcnllj
In command of the loft wing of the
American smiadron. but hoisted no sic
tial or gave any orders which In thtt
slightest degree Inllucnced the opera
tion of any ship save tho Ilrooklyn.
That by retaining Rear Admiral
Schley ns second In command after
his arrival at Santiago on Juno 1. Hear
Admiral Sampson condoned tho "ioHJoh"nk.b'&
rehenslble conduct" of that ofllecr. ffi Satka, Puna! ., tTeu"
Cj J T 1
MTlfl r.Yr.MKlfin !
Washington, Feb. 3. The House
Committee on Foreign Affairs heard'
Immigration Commissioner Pnwdttiy
and President Rompers of tho Amer
ican Federation of Labor In favor uf
strict Chinese, exclusion, ns provided
for In the Mltchell-Knhn bill, Powder-.
ly stated that tho hardships enroun-
tcred by tho class of Chinese ox'.-.r.p' '
from exclusion at the detention rtn I
tlons wero insignificant. It wns thc Rebecca (widow) to Kllauen Sugar
duplicity of tho Chinese laborer, ho Plantation Company. Limited; mort
sald, who sought to gain admission by gago; portion R. P. 33S6, Kill. G730.
assuming to be in tho exempt class. I Walpake, Koolatt. Kauai; $lun. two
that caused tho necessity for strut-! years at 10 percent. Hook 23n. page
gent exclusion laws. 312. Dated February 1 . 1902.
T . ,
BRITISH WAR LOSSES
London, Feb. C Tho War Omcc to
night published a summary of tho
Hrltlsb losses In South Africa. Up to
January 31st tho total reduction of
tho forces, from death or permanent
disability. waB 25,305 men. Tho total
of the casualties. Including tho surviv
ing wounded, was 5240 ofllccrs and
In tho Houso of Commons today Mr.
Halfottr, tho Government leader, an
nounced that copies of tho correspond
ence exchanged between tho Govern
ment of tho Netherlands nnd the Gov
ernment of Great llritaln on tho sub
ject of peaco in South Africa had been
mailed to Lord Mllner, Governor ot
the Transvaal and Orange River colo
nies and High Commissioner of South
Africa, who would bu Instructed to ask
Ird Kitchener to communicate tho
contents to the Uovr lenders In the!
Chamberlain, tho Colonial Secre
tary, added the Information that If tho
leaders of tho Doer forces proposed
to Lord Kitchener negotiations for a
settlement tho proposal would be for-
warded for the consideration of tho
The baikentliie Archer. Captain Cnl
hnun. leached Snn Francisco on tho
7th liiBt. after a long passage of twenty-coven
days from Honolulu, with n
enrgo or 22..11MI bags of sugar. Tho trip
was marked by head winds and bat
The ship Marlon Chllcott arrived at
San Francisco on tho Mb Inst., after
n quick run of fifteen days from Illlo,
with 20,524 bags of sugar, 173 bags
ot coffee and 212 bundles of hides, bo
Hides a few passengers.
Tho American ship Klwell, otm of
the trimmest clippers Hying tho Stars
and Stripes, arrived In Melbourne
February 3d, having matin the voyage
In Just flfty-ono dnys from San Fran
cisco. This Is 0110 of the fnstest trips
on record. Tho John A. Ilrlggs, from
the Karoo port to Melbourne, has been
out seventy-six days.
On February 2d the bark It. P. mill
et and tho schooner Pearl sailed from
San Francisco with general cargoes
San Francisco. Fob. .1. In accord
ance with orders received from the
War Department tint transport Grant
will Hull from Manila next Saturday.
The only troops who will leave for the
Philippines at that tlmo aro 3'ifl cas
uals, now on temporary duty nt tho
I'reuldlo. The-ofllccrs who will arrant
nnny the detachment nro Lieut. Col.
Charles H. Noblo. Sixteenth Infan
try; Captain F. I. Slvlter, quarter
matter of the Twenty-eighth Infantry;
H. I), lllaslaml. Twenty-sixth Infan
try; Lieut. II. I). Utnnland, Twenty
t.lxth Infantry, nnd Lieut. A.J. Woods.
Sixth Cavalry. Tho (Irant will iiuiko
a three days' stop nt Honolulu.
It Is probable that If tho Grant
meetB thu samo weather experienced
by tho China she mny not arrive hero
until Alonuay. rsno is uue nero tomor
row If she left on tlmo.
1 It e Or.
AMrn nirctrlc "IHf
prnwrv l giiar.intfcd
all thr curative prorwr
t'h-s nf the expansive M'S nw sold bv
do lurs and JriiniiKK It gives a veiy
troiiR current of eh'itr'cltv at'd n eallv
regulate J, IS'timl to siiperstJc other, f'.an
be had from (he i nJrliired nnlv ; ii"
agent?; tin ill'cmmt. l Ircul r lire. Aildress
Plcrco r.kctfle C. . 2r Pnt St.. S n
Francisco. Sent free to Hawaii for S5 till
Initruments Filed for Record Febru
ary 14, 1902.
S C Allen V. Murphy .... ltd.
M K. Lulet al. R. W. Filler ....1).
J II Nnlaehtia K. W. Filler (2) I),
W Kauta ct al. W. It. Castle Jr.
Initruments Filed for Record Febru
ary IS. 1902.
II. V. llaldwln Rank of Hawaii.
Ltd.. tr M.
.1. V. A. Redhottse Mary K. Fos
John II Estate. Ltd. Wing Wo Wnl
Recorded February 10, 1902.
II. Crowcll nnd husband to Louis
Knhlhnum; deed; Interest in Mil. 3123.
Wallaau, Koloa. Kauai; $435. Hook
234, page 93. Dated January 27. 1902.
Maria J. Hush and husband to W. J.
White, trustee; mortgage; piece land,
I'aukoa, Honolulu, Oahu; $1200, three
years at !l per cent. Hook 230, page
339. Dated February 10. 102.
Elizabeth K. Hooth and husband to
William It. Castle: deed; Aps. 1 nnd
2. II. P. 2I7. Kill. 43-"J, Konna, Koo-
laupoko, Oahu; $750. Hook 234, page
!:. Dated February S, 1902.
South Kona Agricultural Company.
Limited, to William H. Castle, trus
tee: deed; fifteen ncres land, Kauhako,
South Kona, Hawaii; $1. Hook 231.
pace 90. Dated November 30, 1901.
(luardlnn of Nakaptiahl et nl. to A.
J. Campbell; lease; portion Patent
IIK2. Nannwalo. Puna. Hawaii; twenty
years at $9.". Hook 233. page 53. Dat
ed November 19. 190.
I'tina Sugar Company, Limited, to
ty years nt $20. Hook
Dated February 3. 1902.
233, page C2.
S. Kalenpaa to A. J. Campbell:
lease: live acres Patent 4511A, Kce-
'" '"" tinwaii: twenty years at
125. Hook 233, page CI. Dated Febru-
,nry 3 1302.
I Haliaka Maktie and husband to A.
J. Campbell: lenite: portion interest
In H. P. 1533, Puna, Hawaii; twentv
years at $CC. Hook 233, page C3. Dat
t!tl February 5, 1902.
Knnnnl Maktiakane and husband to
A. J. Campbell; deed; one-third In-
tcrest In Grant 1333, Puna. Hawaii:
$120. Hook 234. pace 97. Dated Fob.
ruary 5, 1902.
Recorded February 11. 1902.
REAR-ADMIRAL III II f
fill id tin
Rear Admiral Frauk Wildes arrived
here this morning In tho China en
route to the Orient, to succeed Rear
Admiral Kcmpf as Junior squadron
commander of tho Asiatic fleet. Ad
miral Wildes was commandant nt thn
Pcnsncola navy yard for one month
past, and previous ot that was can
tain of tho New . ork navy yard. He
was promoted rear admiral on October
9, 1901, and wns detached on promo
tion. Admiral Wildes has been for forty
one years In tho service ot tho United
States Navy and was second In com-
mand tinder Admiral Dewey during
the Spanish war when he commanded
the Uoston. Admiral Wildes will be
the guest of Captain J. F. Merry dur
lug his stay In this city.
Washington, Feb. 7.-In the liiu,
today Mr. Smith of Arizona offcicd uti
amendment to Increase the nila.y of
the Governor of that Terrl'ory fiom
(3000 to JoOOO and used his amrndiiKUt
as a text for an assault upon the Ap
propriation Committee for discrimi
nating against Arizona, New Mux'tu
nod Oklahoma and In favor of llu-..ill
In the matter of salaries for executl
and Judicial olllccra.
Mr. I lemon way of Indiana, l'.i rhurgo
of the bill, called attention to tho fact
that salaries lu Hawaii were fixed by
statute and that the salaries lu thn
Territories compared favorably with
similar salaries in the Stat??.
Mr. Smith's amendment was tilled
out on a point of ordor,
London, Feb. 5. Lord Kitchener has
sent tho following messago from Pre
toria: "Major Leader's forco sur
prised Delarey'H commando, killing
seven and capturing 131, Tho Ilrlt
1 Hit casualties were slight, no llrltlsh
Tho llrltlsh pursuit nt (Jcnernl De-
wot has been successful to the extent
that his last gun has been captured,
and Cummnndant Wesselu, ouu of his
principal lieutenants, has been routed.
NEW CIIIUl' OPHICfiR.
Chief Ottlrcr Sandburg of tho steam
er City of Sydney has been transfer
red to tho China, on tho Oriental
route, and his placo will b taken by
Chief Officer Alinun formerly of tho
"Oh, those won't do nt all," she
said when tho guldo brought out the
snowshoes. "I'm sure I can wear a
In aanaantratott Opopo
n AHEHIft, P0URHE8S UF L'LCtT,
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"-.n, i,Mol kdt r U r.ii. aud -jn,ik,t.
wbnl.aaU ltd. ltd Lvlavrtia I'.tia
d WH HE
IIEV I i I
You havo paid for two or three hornet durlna your llfetlms.
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 tale 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 ttreett, artesian water, and the electric car line
panel through the property. For any further Information regard.
Ini prlcet, ternit, etc., addrett
ISLAND REALTY COIYiP'Y
204 JUDD BUILDINQ. -
A. T. HAGHNKAMP. Mnnnf-er.
A CHANCE FOR THOSE DESIRING
A GOOD HOMESTEAD,
FOR SALE At n reasonable figure, ' that by resolution of tho Hoard of Dl
a freehold estate at Walomau, near 'rectors tho remaining treasury stock,
Walohinu. The property consists of . amounting to 700 shares, is now offet.
n substantially built and well-furnish-
ed houso with a good water supply
also cartsheds, servants' quarters, di
vision fences for safe handling of rat
tle and 353 acres of land, 147 acres of
tho land adjoins houso and thcro Is a
privilege to secure lot acres contlg
uous. There Is on tho land fenced!
portions containing coffee, orango and
other fruit trees In bearing. All tho
lands aro alongside or near to the Gov
ernment road. Nearly all tho land has
substantial stone fences. With the
nbovc go all cattle, horses and pigs,
wagons, etc., etc. For particulars ap
ply to CHAS. MEINECKE,
Walohinu, Kau, Hawaii.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
The paitnershlp heretofore existing
between the undersigned ns advertis
ing specialists and publishers has this
day been dissolved by mutual consent.
All monies due the firm nt Hcott &
Dougherty should be paid to Fred. J.
Scott, by whom nil debts Incurred by
the said firm will be paid.
FUKI). J. SCOTT.
JAMKS D. DOIHIHIMITY.
Honolulu. February 1st, 1!2.
Parties visiting Lahalna and tho 1st
nnd of Maul In cencrnl can secure suit-
nblo convoynncos nnd cweful drivers
al tho PIONEER STADLES, Lahalna,
Island of Maul.
Commercial men wilt be carefully
looked after with suitable rigs.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice Is hereby given by the under
signed Administrator of tho estuto of
tho Into H. O. Illort, to nil creditors of
said estate, to present their claims,
duly nutbentlcatcd and with tho prop
er vouchers, if any exist, oven If the
claim is secured by mnrtgaga upon
teal estate, to him at his residence or
at his olllco, room 40G Judd building,
Honolulu, within six months from this
date or tltoy will ho forover barred.
Dated Honolulu. February 1st, 1002.1
C. It. Iinjrr.NWAY. ikoa Street, opp. Hawaiian Hotel.
Admlnlsttator. I Hours, 9 to 12, 3 to 5:30, 7 to 8; Sun
2000 eii. 1. S. 15, 22; Mar. 1. 'days. 9 to n.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice Is hereby given by tho un
dersigned executrix of tho estuto of
tho lato James Hydn Pratt, to nil cred
itors of said estnto. to present their
"lalms, duly authenticated nnd with
proper vouchers, If nny exist, even If
tho claim Is secured by mortgage upon
real estnto, to her at her residence, or .
at tho ofllcu ot her nttorncy, C. It. Hem
enwny, room 400 Judd building, Ho
nolulu. Oahu, within six months from i
this date, or they shall be forever
Dated Honolulu, Feb. 1st. 1002.
BOPHIB H. II, PUATi,
20C0 Feb 1. 8, IB. 22; Mar. 1.
Seattle and Tacoma
0. S OFIEGONIAN, 6000 tons, to sail
! Waren 25th.
18. !i. CALIFORNIAN, 6000 tons to sail
For liuiher particulars apply
II. HACKFELD & CO,, Agents.
C. P. MORSE, General Freight Age;tt.
THE AMOUNT PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
HOME TOO. .- .
At the entrance
to the Famous
lao Vallev. and
easy access to
volcano In th
for Tourists and
ISLAND OF MAU .
MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO., LTD.
Stockholders nro hereby notified
cd for subscription nt par.
Stockholders havo the privllego ot
subscribing pro rata of their present
All stock not applied for by March
1. 1902, will bo allotted to such stock
holders or others as may have mado
application for sarao.
Honolulu, February 1, 1902.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At nn Adjourned Annual Meeting ot
the stockholders of tho Woodlawn
Fruit Company, Limited, held on Feb
ruary 13th, tho following officers wero
elected to servo for the ensuing year:
Wm. Q. Irwin President
W. M. Glffard ...Vice President
H. M. Whitney Jr Treasurer
Richard Ivers Secretary
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
The above officers also to form tho
Hoard of Directors.
Secretary Woodlawn Fruit Co., Ltd.
PAIA PLANTATION MEETING.
Ily order, of the Directors, the An
nual Meeting nf the Stockholders of
l'nla Plantation will bo held on Mon
day. February 21th, 1902, at 10:30 n.
m., at the ollices of Alexander & Hald
win, Ltd., Stongenwald building. Ho-
J. II. ATHLUTON.
Secretary Pain Plantation.
Honolulu. Feb. 13tji, 102. 2070-td
HAIKU SUGAR CO. MEETING.
Ily order of the Directors, tho An
nual Meeting of the Stockholders 0
tho Hnlku Sugar Company will be
held on Monday, February 21th, 100!.
at 10 n. in., nt the unices of Aloxander
& Ilnldwln, Ltd., Stnngonwnld bund
ing. Honolulu. J. 11. ATHKKTON.
Secretnry Haiku Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 13th, 1002. 2070-td
DR. WM. G. ROGERS,
SURGEON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Exclusively
ItKMOVLD to now office, 1HC Ala-
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
UFEict. Mais jj
HOUkS-ii a. m. to t. r.aa.s
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UNI)A1 I.-. P. M.
A. 0. WALL, D.D.S.
0. E. VALL, D.D.S.
Uo Building, Fort Street
Hours. 9 to 4. Tolephono Main 320.
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUOAli MA
l'HINKUV of every capacity and de
icrlption madn to order. Holler work
and rm'ETKD PIPL'S for irrigation
purpdui-K a specialty. Particular ntten
tlou paid to JOI1 WOUK, and repairs
pTixnteil a linrtet notlrn
COTTON WROS. & CO
ENGINEERS AND It:
Piana ani t.tlmattt tumlahai tor all clattaa
ROOM i, BOSTON II IOC K,