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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T.. TUESDAY, FED. 18, 1802.
Ltnet of Travel.
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ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
f FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Pal THREE DAYS to Chicago
Only FOUR DAYS to Now York.
FaHnan Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok-
. (n and Library Cars, with Barber
(Bkop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
uining uars (Meals a-la-carto).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
F. X. LOTHROP. Genernl Acenf
15 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
t. nr. iuhjuulhjk, General Agent,
Ho. 1 Montgomery SL.San Francisco.
B. h. LOMAX, O. P. & T. A.,
W y Omaha, Nebraska.
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINO STREET LINB.
Ctrl luvt W.tklkl (or town l j 45. 6 M. A M.
Ulferery llmrnuttiUlfrtifter till 1041, nlii and
lljir.w. from W.lklkl to to Ih. Pun.hou ilibl.i.
Crti Ittn R Ringt or Pwt twitch (or town it
j UK M. (1111 jrtrjr it nlnultl thertafler till 11 oSp.m
Ctrl Utvt Fort nj King itrttti corner lor Ptlamt
16.10 A.M. and trtry 15 mlnutct alttr till 11.15
Can lean lor Palana only at 5 and 10 .
CI' li"F""" "" Wilklkf s A M. and lYiry
yhiit.tllllci4SIM, then at to 1 and 104 p.m.
7.V.'is'. '" P'" lor Punahou noh tHI
10 WalldKf on Saturdayi.
Can luvi Fort and Kin ilreeti corner lot Rllli
Rant! at s nd i jo A M.
Cari liarl Fort and King itmti corner lor Wilkrkl
it tx) AM. and ivery i nlnutii till 10 ojp. M, then at
10 nd 11.05 P.. Thi iiijs P.M. goei to Walklkl
on Saturdayi only.
BERBTANIA STREET AND NUUANU VALLEY.
Can leave ipunahou Sl.bla lor Town atruand
lor Town and Valley at 5 40 5 50 6 10 i.to e 40 j and
Can leave Oahu Collere lor town and Valley at
e jo 0 jo and t.io a.m and ever) 10 nlnuiei till 10 10
P.M. eicept the even hour and hall, hour can which
run Irom the Stable
Canleavt Nuuanu Valley at 10 10 50 A.M and
every to nlnutei thereafter till 10 50 p.m.
Can leave Fort and Queen ilreeti lor Punahou
J'"?.' ' ! 41 A ai and every 10 nlnuiei
fur till oil P.M. Alter that the can run to the
Stable up to fi'soP.M. which li ihe lait car Irom Town.
reaching the Stable ihrn p.m. '
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. HENEIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered for
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Cnrrlairr-fl mnnr thA H n Xiaum. ....
at Kailua and take passengers overland
to FQOkena, where tho steamer is met
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1899.
STATIONS. OAIIY DAILY
(Outward) e. Sun. DAILY ex. Sun. DAILY
A.m. a m. AM. P.M.
nonoiulu j io
Pearl City.... 801
E. Mill 811
Kahuke , ,,,,
II. Sun. DAILY DAILY
A M. A.M P.M
. .. 6.10 ....
Pearl City 6.11
Honolulu 6 50
T IO ...
F C. SMITH, Gen'l Pass. & Ticket
U. P. DENI80N. Superintendent
Chinese and Japanese Firm.
Kahikinni Meat Market
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Deretanla Street, Corner Alakea.
'Phone Blue 2511.
ALSO AT THE
MEAT 8TALL8 19 AND 20.
SING CHAN CO
Hardware, Tinware, Glassware
and Carriage Goods, Etc., Etc.
and Sewer Connec-
tlontt a (Specialty.
229 King 8t., between River St. and
n. R. Depot.
Fine English and American Goods
65 Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
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PERS aro particularly pleasing. Tho
best of art has been worked Into wall
decorations and there Is Individuality
In the patterns. Best papers at tho
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OMm-L- -O NEXT TO EMMA
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers ot this line Trill arrive and leave this port as bereundor:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO. .FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
SIERRA FED. 12
ALAMEDA FEn. 22
SONOMA MAR. 5
VENTURA MAR. 2ti
ILAMEDA .,... APRIL 6
In connection with tno sailing or tno above steamers, tne agents aro pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
oad from San Francisco to all poluts In the United States, and from New
fork by any steamship lino to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co,, Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
8teamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leavo mis port on or about
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. HrVCKFBLO &
CanadiaVi-AustFalian Royal Mail
Steamers of the above line, runulng In connection wlu the CANADI
iN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO', between Vancouver. D. C, and Sydney, N.8..V,
end calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Drlsbano, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
rrom Vancouver anu Victoria, B. C. , r-rom 8ydney and Brisbane.
(For Brisbane and Sydney.) (For Victoria and Vancouver, B. C.)
PANA . FED. 15 MIOWERA FED. 12
"WljnA MAR. 1SIAOR.VNOI MAR 2
AORANQI APR. 12 1 MOANA APR. 9
I MIOWERA MAY 7
Through Tickets Issued from Hanolulu to Canada, Unitod States and
urope. or Freight and Passage nnl all general Information, apply to
Theo. H. Davlea & Co., Ltd., Gcn'lAgcnte.
American-Hawaiian S. 8. Go.
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
, 8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, to sail about Jan. 25.
3. 8. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about March 15.
From 8an Francisco 8. 8. HYADES, 3,000 tons, to sail Feb. 19 for Honolulu.
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South Brooklyn hi
all times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freloht Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Bulletin 75c. per month.
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HI HkdA Eh v jH B I
ALAMEDA FED. 2i
ALAMEDA MAR! 1!
SILRIIA MAR. 21
ALAMEDA APRIL !
the dates below mentioned.
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
PERU FEU. 13
COPTIC FED. 25
AMERICA MARU MAR. 4
PEKINO MAR. 12
O.VELIC MAR. 22
HONOKONG MARU MAR. 29
APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
CO, LTD. AGENTS.
The Favored Nation J
Under the heading, "Most Favored
Nation Clause No liar to Cuban Rec
iprocity " Wlllett & Grav's circular for
January 3ft publishes the following'
In an opinion rendered by Professor
John Bassctt Mooro of Columbia Unl
PmltV II la nlnnrlv Dlmii-n 41int ll.n
"most favored nntltm rlnnso" In Iron
ties With otlirr nnllnnn. lines nnl ntnnil
m the vay of tariff concessions to Cu
ba Professor Moore was formerly as
slstant Secretary of State, was Coun
scllor to our Commissioners who no
gotlntcd tho treaty of pence with
Spain In 1898 and is conceded to be
a leading authority on International
law The main parts of Prof. Moore's
"The general design of the most fa
ored nation clauses, as they are c
pressed In various treaties, Is to es
tablish tho principle of enuallty ot
"The design of the parties being to
securo equality of treatment, by Inhlb
Ring the cxciclse of partiality for'Uie
Interests of one nation over those ol
another, tho test of whether this prln
clplo Is totaled by the concession of
advantages to n particular nation. Is i
I. ,m, in . .. .', v,uc .8. C" C , C; ", ,.
. S ! " y'. C,U11 n I" 'y 'le.,., "
s granted The a'lestlon Is whether
It Is given for n price, and whether
this prlco is In the nature of a sub
stantlal equivalent, and not ot a mem
"This principle Is clearly stated In
an opinion given by Mr. Olney, as At
torney Qencral, November 13. 1891, as :
io cne operation or tho tarilT law ot
August zf, 1U4., wiucn put salt on tne
free list, with the proviso that duties,
at tne rate cxlstlog prior to tho pas
sage oi tne Act, snouid ue collected
on salt, imported from, any country
whether independent or a dependency
which Imposes a duty upon salt ex
ported from tho United States.' The
The German Government having
claim that German Bait was, by vir
tue of the most favored nation clause,
entitled to free admission Into the
United States, although American salt
was subject to duty In Germany", Mr.
Olney, after stating that that clause
had, 'from the foundation of our Gov
ernment been Invariably construed' by
the United States as permitting 'com
mercial concessions to a country
which arc not gratuitous, but are In
return for equivalent concessions, nnd
to which no other country Is, entitled
except upon rendering the same
"The form which the provisions of
our recent tariff Act relating to salt
may have assumed Is quite Immate
rial. It enacts. In substance and ef
fect, that any country admitting
American salt free shall have Its own
salt admitted freo here, while anv
country putting a duty upon Amcrli'iin
Bait shall have Its salt dutiable hero Book 232, pago 99. Dated May 8, 1901.
tinder the pre-existing statute. . Recorded February 12, 1902.
Germany, of course, is entitled to that Kwong Hip Lung Company to Clitin
concession upon returning tho same ' Sang Kee, bill o( sale; stock, mcr
equivalent.' (Twenty-one opinions ol I chandlsc. fixtures, etc.. Hllo. Hawaii'
the Attorney General, 80, 82, 83.) M3200. Book 235. pago 34. Dated May
"In some cases, tho conditions nr.i'30 1901
altogether so special and exceptional
that no third country Is In a position
to fulfill them; ami In bucIi cnx -h no
question under the most favored na
tlon clauso can In any event proper!)
"A ready Illustration of this niny be
found In tho treaties by which npeclal
relations of rerlproclty with C&uadi
havo at times been created tho troa
ties with Gieat Britain of June 5th
1854, and May 8th. 1871. In both
eases oiicesslons as to tho fisheries
were combined with commercial con
.. . . v- . ....... v.. ...... .uiiMIl, lUIUI IU.I
ressions more nr less extensive. Blend
en wiin ineso was tne element or pro j,hall not In any caso bo Invoked In
plnqulty. which Is universally admit lavor of the relations sanctioned be
ted to constitute a valid ground of itweeu the two high contracting parties
concession. No third country wai i by the present treaty.'
supposed to bo entitled under tho "The 'iclntlons of proximity,' and
most favored nation clause to nilvan I other special considerations, tho of
tages thus gnlned by the t-onti acting i reel of which was thus expressly and
parties by mutual purchase, nor eoubl i frankly acknowledged in tho caso of
any third tountry have offered an 'Hawaii. exist-In tho caso or Cuba with
equivalent for them." .a fence and completeness npt to bo
"Special conditions of n political na found in nny other country not under
tine, to a great extent formed the ba ,the titular sovereignty of the United
sis of the reciprocity treaty between States.
the United States and the Hawaiian "Intervening under tho Joint icso
Islands, concluded January 3(ith 1S7.'i lutlon'of April 20th. 1898, for tho pur-
It Is well known that the Su , poso or expelling tho authority nnd
prcme Court of tho United States, In i government of Spain, the United
a suit brought to recover back duties.
decided that the commercial advan-
tages given by this treaty to Hawaiian
premium io mo uimen niuu'H eouiii
not be claimed under the most favor
ed nation clauses in the treaty between
ine uniie-u amies anu uenmark, m
court holding that those clauses, nl -
though they obliged the contracting
parties to avoid hostile or disc rimlna
tlvo legislation, were not Intended to
iiiKiii-iiT nun Bin-cull urniUKeiueiuB
with other rouutrlus rounded upon a
Kiniesslnn of spcilal prlvilegts. (Her
tram vs. Robertson. 122 U. S 11C:
"The position thus consistently nil
hered to by the United Sillies In the
iase or the treaty with the Hawaiian
Islands was nlsn maintained by tho
llnwailan Government, and wns no-
qilleMeil by other powers. Orent Brit
ain, It Is ti no. at first claimed the ud-
vautuges of the treaty In Haw-all, mi -
der the most favored nation clauses In
her convention with that tountiy nt visions Identical with those prescrlb
1S3I. The British Govern rd in the Act of Congicas or March 2,
meiit subsequently otTi red to accept liliil
a restoration of the former duty, audi "It Is therefore obvious that, for tho
this wns doni
(For Itel. 1878. 3S3
385, 103. 103. 4111! For Itel. 1S79. 512.)
"It trnnsplied In the discussion that
Lord Clarendon, as Seeretar foi Koi
elgn ArfalrH, in IS.'i;. mused the Ha
walian Government to ho informed,
with leleienco to the umutlfW-d itch
procuy ucnty mtween tne imiten
States and Hawaii signed at Washing
ton In the preceding ear, thnt 'nn the
advantages conceded to the United
States nr), e-xpresiily stated
to bo given in consldeiatlon or and
as an equivalent for. certain uclpro
eal concessions on the part or the
United States. (J rent Britain cannot,
as a matter of right, claim the same
advantages for her trade under the
stilet letter of the tieaty or 1S51.
(For. Ilel. 1878. 388, For. Itel 1879.
"The lecognltion by Germain of
the rone and effiet of the leelpioelty
treaty with Hawaii was full and ex
plicit. "In a separate in title (or the tnaty
between GermHuy nml Hawaii) thete
was the following declaration
"'Ceitnln lolutlnus of proxlinlt) and
cither considerations having tendered
It Important to the Hawalinn Govern
ment to enter Into mutual arrange
mentH with tliu Government of the
Recorded February 10, 1902.
Sarcpta A Oullck to Kaunaloha
Spencer, deed; lot 62, Oullck tract,
Kallhl, Honolulu, Oahu, JCOO. Book
231, page 93 Dated April 15, 190L
Eliza Y Mackenzie ct nl. to J.
Wight: agreement; In re status Pua
ken Ranch, lands, etc, ICohnla, Ha
waii. Hook 235 page 30. Dated July
M II Fernandas, by affidavit, to
I . da Sllva Lopps, publication of affl
MlaUt, lot 3
block C, Villa Franca,
Hook 2.1."i. ti.iL-p X Hit.
i "Ho, Hawaii
cu reuruary l, ivo;.
Kukahalahlwa to C M. KamaUnl
woolo; revocation of power ot attor-
w, iunuin KI.UIUM1 HI UOOK 221, pagO
07 Book 221, page 07, Dated January
W. Knmau to A. J Campbell;
agreement, to convey land Patent
HC1. Knmallc. Puna, Hawaii; $100.
Book 233, page 32. Dated February
Jonn r nolin to A J Campbell;
agreement, Io convey lot 4, Nanawale,
Pmin Hannll, $10 Book 235, page
33. Dated February C. 1902.
Recorded February 11, 1902.
John 11 Jcrman and wife to John
! Kclley and wife, Vcd; lot 11 of
(Irani 2789, Walklkl rnnrt, Honolulu,
Oahu, $10. Book 22D. nnce 3fl2. Unl.
ed February 8, 1902.
1-rcilcrlck J. Amvveg 'and wlfo to
vvll,lBm " Castle Jr.; deed, Interest
'" lotB 5I a," C5- rHc "eights. Ho.
nolnlu, Oahur $1000. Book 229, pdgo
im rvitn.i i-i,r. m im
Anne Wright nnd husband (W W )
to lllKliop K Company; mortgage,
Inmls Kalimololie. Honolulu, Oahu;
'"" two years at 8 per rent Book
21" page 316. Dated February 7.
' w it Castle and wlfo to South
Kona Agricultural Company, Limited,
exchange deed; twenty-five ncres land
Kalahlkl South Kona, llawnl Book
229. page 391. Dated November 30
South Kona Agricultural Company,
Limited, to W. R. Castle, exclmnce
deed, twenty-five acres land of Kill
7130, Kalahlkl, South Kona. Hawaii I
Book 229, page 591. Dated Novembci '
11 Kin Wnl and wlfo to J K
Brown, mortgage; lot 7 of R. P. 4122,
etc., Pawaa, Honolulu, Oahu, $4000,
three ears at 8 per cent. Book 230,
page 319 Dated February 11, 1902.
Kstnto II P. Bishop to Wong Kwal.
lease, Ap 25, It. P. 7804, Kill 9971,
less exceptions, Ahupuaa Punaluu,
Koolauloa, Oahu; fifteen years at
$:r00. Book 233, page 71. Dated Jan
nary 29. 1902.
Wong Kwal and wife to Ilyman
Brothers, mortgage; Kill. 4123, lease
holds buildings, etc., Punaluu, Koo
lauloa Oahu, $.n00 and advances to
$7o0(i at S per cent. Book 230. page
332 Dated February 11, 1902.
Bishop & Co. to C. S. Dcsky, as
signment of mortgage; mortgage Or
plieum Company, Limited, on piece
land. Fort street. Honolulu Dnlin- 11
I'o Sing Tong Company to Wing
Sing Wo Company, bill of Bale; stock,
merchandise, fixtures, etc.. Hotel
street. Honolulu, Oahu; $4217. Book
235, pago 38. Dated February 11. 1902,
! 4"ft-f 4-4-t-t-r-f-f -
United States of America by a con
vention concluded at Washington, tho
30th day of January, 1876.
"'The two high contracting parties
have agreed that the special advan
tages granted by said convention to
the United States of Amerlcn. In con-
. H Ulll-t
Hldcrntlon of cqulvnlent advantages,
States acknowledged under the treaty
or Paris December 10th, 1898. tho
'duty temporarily to occupy tho Island,
aim agreed, so long as such occupation
, should last, 'tn nssiimn nml ilUrhnri-n
the obligations that may under Inter-
national law result horn the tact of
1 Its occupation for the protection of life
I "Bv these ami nther nubile nri.
known to nit nations and acquiesced
in nr a . t io Un ted Ktntes linn rmiiitni.
ed not merely moral but legal obliga
tions "to protect In all appropriate le
gal modes,' as was lately declared by
the Supreme Couit, 'the lives, tho
iioenj mm me properly or an uioso ; s, s, OREGONIAN. 6000 tons to sail
uhn ui,lm,lll,l In II, n,, II. ,-!.,. f ,!,!.. ' ..." l "WW )n, IO 5311
" "',' " "'"irviarcn zsth.
rrrikcr,, y'iT ,,Noc'!8Ai1c2AQoRN,AN' oo i
"The exceptional character ot our)
ivlutlous to Cuba Is confirmed by tho1
urtlon or her constitutional eonven-1
In adopting, on the 12th of Juno
mi utmituuvu iiivui iw utuif, iir
i position that tho establishment of rec-
Iproilty In trndo between tho United
States and Cuba would not bring Into
play the most favored nntlon clause,
we nio by no means obliged to rely
holely upon tho rule, consistently
tnalntnlucd by the United States, thnt
mlvantnges gained by icclproclty can-
not be claimed without an equivalent I
compensation un tno contrnry, wo
hnve. In the case of the United States
nud Cuba, a romarkable example of
those special and exceptional rela-1
lions, physical and political, which, I
not being estimable simply In terms
nt commerce, nro universally recog
nlzed ns tho surest foundation ror the I
mutual exchange of exclusive advan-1
tnges; iclatlous, moreover, which nre
expressed In valid public acts, whose'
legal effect all nations have ucknnwl
"For the reasons above stnted. I am
nr opinion that the most fnvoreil na
tion (laime does not stand In the wa
ol the mutual i eduction ot duties on
trade with Cuba." i
Mis. Stalemate Do you think a
woman Is Justified in Ijlng about her
age? Miss Spring If her looks won't
lie for her, I suppose sho In forced to
do It herself. Boston Transcript.
You have paid for two or three homes durlna your llfettm.
Especially If you have been paying rent; and we regret that
you havs nothing to show for the money spent In this manner.
Wa have now on sale lots In the beautiful Puupueo Tract,
whlsh contains the finest suburban property In Honolulu, This
tract commands a magnificent view of mountains and ocean, has
macadamized streets, artesian water, and the electric ear"llne
passes through the property. For any further Information regard.
Ing prices, terms, etc, address
ISLAND REALTY COIWP'Y
A. T. tlAGBNKAMP.
A CHANCE FOR THOSE DESIRING
A GOOD HOMESTEAD.
FOR SALE At a reasonable figure.
n freehold estate at walomau, near
Walohlnu. The property consists of
a substantially built and well furnish
ed house with a good water supply:
also cartsheds, servants' quarters, di
vision TenceS for safe handling of cat
tle and 353 acres of land, 147 acres of
the land adjoins house- nnd there Is a
privilege to securo 101 acres contig
uous. There Is on tho land fenced
portions containing coffee, orango And
other fruit trees in bearing. All the
lands aro alongside or near to the Gov
ernment road. Nearly all tho land has
substantial stone fences. With tho
above go all cattle, horses and pigs,
wngons, etc., etc. For particulars ap
ply to CHAS. MEINECKE,
Walohlnu, Kau, Hawaii.
Parties visiting Lahalna and the 1st
and of Mnul In general can securo suit
nblo conveyances and cn'oful drivers
at the PIONEER STABLES, Lahalna,
Island of Maul.
Commercial men will be carefully
looked after with suitable rigs.
KAHUKU PLANTATION COMPANY
The annual meeting or the Stock
holders of the Kabuku Plantation Co
Is called tor Friday, February 2Sth.
1902, at 2 p. m., at tho offices of Mes
srs. Alexander & Baldwin, Limited,
Stnngenwald Building. Honolulu
W. II. CASTLK JR..
Secretary Kahuku Plantation Co
Honolulu, February 17th, 1902.
Seattle and Tacoma
Vor furthcr particulars apply
., iimirri n o nn
Hi HAliKrcLD & GO.. AffifllS.
C. P. MORSE, General Freight Aoe.'.t.
iTrumbull & Beebe's
j Flower and Vegetable Seeds
Awarded Gold and Sliver Medals Paris
j Beautifully Illustrated catalogue
muiieu ireo on application.
TRUMBULL & BEEDE
8EED3MEN AND NUR8ERYMEN.
41942J Santome 8t.
San Francisco, California.
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of everj capoelty and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
nd RIVUTKD PIPKS for Irrigation
purpose a specialty. Particular attec
tlon jinld to JOB WORK, nnd rcpaln
wute.1 el shnrterr nntlrn
COTTON BROS & CO
ENGINEfcRS AND ! : :
Pun. tni ntlnutrs fimtihc lor ill cloirl
ROOM jco. uustok hlock
THE AMOUNT PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
HOME TOO. & t k
At the entrant
to the Famous
lao Valley, and
easy access to
volcano In tha
World. . .
for Tourists and
ISLAND OF MAU .
HAWAIIAN SUGAR COMPANY.
I! order of the Dlreetors. Ibo an
nual meeting of the Stockholders o;
the Hawaiian Sugar Company is called
for Friday, February 28th, 1902. ut 10
n. m at the offices of Mhsr Alexan
der & Baldwin, Limited, Btangenwnld
At this meeting, In nil 111 mi n Jo iisjiiI
business, tho proposition lor a Bond
Iskuo will be rurther considered.
W. L. HOPPCR.
Secrctnry Hawaiian Sugsr Cn.
Honolulu, February 17th, 190.!.
KIHEI STOCKHOLDERS' ADJOURN-
ED ANNUAL MEETING.
The ndjourned annual meeting of
tho Stockholders of Klhcl Plantation
Company, pursuant to adjournment,
will be held on Thursday, February
27th. at 2 p. m., at tha room above tin)
offices of CaBtle & Cooke. Limited, Ho
At this meeting, in eihlltl.m to usual
business, tho proposition lor n Bond
lssuo will bo further consldercu
U A THURSTON.
Secrctnry Ifihel Plantation Co.
Honolulu, February 17th, 1902.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO, LTD.
Stockholders nro hereby notified
that by resolution of tho Board of j)i
rectors tho remaining treasury stock,
amounting to 700 shares. Is now offei
cd (or subscription nt par.
Stockholders have tho privllego ot
subscribing pro rata o( their present
All stock not npplled for by March
1, 1902, will be allotted to such stock
holders or others as may have made
application for same.
Honolulu, February 1, 1902.
To Whom It May Concern:
All persons having business with
Tlir. HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TURITY COMPANY. LTD., will please
take notice that L K. Kentwcll Is
not, nor has he ever been, Manager
or the said Corporation, and all thoso
who have dealings with the said Cor
relation will transact the samo at tho
Corporation's Office-, j-ooni I, Mclntyre
Building, ns heretofore
Till: HAWAIIAN RHATI.Y AND MA
TURITY CO., LTD..
By P. II nURNIlTTE,
Secretary and Director.
The annual meeting or the stock
holders ot the Wnlanae Company, Lim
ited, will be held nt the office of .1. M.
Dowsiilt, Merchant Strei", on Mon
day. 21th Inst, at 10 o'clock u. m.
J M. DOW SETT.
Honolulu. T 11 Feb. 17, 1902.
. PAIA PLANTATION MEETING.
By order ot tho Directors, tho An
nual Meeting of tho Stockholders of
Pala Plantation will be held on Mon
day, February 2Uh, 1902, at 10:30 a.
m , at tho offices of Alexander & Bald
win, Ltd, Stangonwald building. Ho
nolulu. J. II. ATHbUTON.
Secretary Pala Plantation.
Honolulu, Feb.'13th. 1902. 2070 td
HAIKU SUGAR CO. MEETING.
By order of the Directors, the Au-
nual Meeting of tho Stockholders of
tho Haiku Sugar Company wnl bt
held on Monday. February 21th. 1902.
at 10 a. m., nt the offices of Alexander
& Baldwin. Ltd.. Stunccnvvald lm..d
Ing, Honolulu. J. B. ATHKIITON.
Sccrotary llnll.il Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 13th. 1902. 2D70tr
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