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KVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU If. T TUBS
TH5 CLEVELAND DICYCLE represents all a Rood Mcclo should.
Eny running strong, durable ninl benutlfiill) finished At our price
Thru1 1 1 no other wheel In competition.
E. O. Hall &
Manila. Ken. t The returns so far
leeched Indicate the elecllon in most
cases of nathes as Gotcrnors of proi
Inces Captain Ilarr n Ilamlholz of
the Second Infantry defeateil .Major
Cornelius Gardner of the Thirteenth .
infantrj. the present Governor of Ta
ahas province The ml ltar men tie i
ilare that acccntlne elcitUe
will necessitate reslitnntlon from the
Army. At Italanca. capital of Human
province, there arc onl) eight) four
voters, but elclit) nine otes were cast
nnd another election has been order
A meeting held at the Invitation Of
Actlnc Governor Wright of business
men Interested In tobacco and sugar. I e(, wU) m tn. of c(jal an. rM1, ,
to discuss the leRlslatlon desired b , fc ,
both lmlustrk'ft, urged a reduction ol . . , , , .. . . , ..
per cent on the duties. llucncnml-, b' , " Un thc e,etar thc
no said It would mean the Instant pad '-ln " e .""ted. The Japan
flcatlon or Ilatangas. which Is wholly ee ns at the mercy of the wind and
devoted to sugar growing ",,e which In a quarter of nn hour
. would have landed the steamer on thc
He tt Is a pliasure to meet n worn
nn who has a sense of humor She
Hut really, one doesn't need n sense
of humor to laugh at the things ou
IN THE ClilCUlT COl'lli. FIRST
Circuit Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers, In Probate In the Mntter
ol thc Estate of L K Halualanl, Into
of Kalauao, Ewa, Oahu deceased. Pe
tition having been filed by l.nura K
Halualanl, widow of said Intestate
pravlng that Letters of Administration
upon said estate be Issued to her. No
tlco Is hereby given that Monday, the
3d day or March, A. 1) 1302, at 10
o'clock n. m In tho Judiciary Hull J
Ing. Honolulu, Oahu. is appointed the
time and place ror bearing said peti
tion, when and whero all persons con
cerned may appear and show cause, ir
any they have, why said Petition
should not bo granted.
Honolulu. Januar 27, 1902
Hv the Court
J. A. THOMPSON.
J M Kaneakua, Attornev for Pctl
205fl Jan 28. Feb 11. IS.
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
In pursuance of an Execution Issued
by A S Humphreys, Judge of the
Circuit Court of the First Circuit, of
the Territory of Hawaii on tho 25th
day of January. A. D 1902, In ro mat
ter or Enterprise Mill Co, Ltd, vb J
Wallace and L M McKcague. Garni
shee, I havo, on this 27th day or Junu
arj, A. D. 19u.!, levied upon, anil shall
expose ror sale at Public Auction, to
the highest bidders, at thc Pollco Sta
tlon, Kalakaua Halo, In Honolulu, Isl
and of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, at
12 o'clock noon of Saturday, the 1st
day of March, A. D 1902, all the right,
title and Interest of tho said L. M. Mc
Kcague In and to the follow Ins de
scribed real estate, unless tho judg
ment amount to Two Hundred and Fifty-one
and 92-100 Dollars, Interest,
costs and my expenses are previously
Lot 8, niock F, Kaplolanl Park Addi
tion, being land described in deed of
P. Muhlendor., Tr., recorded In Liber
189, page 40, Hawaiian Registry or
Lots 18 and 19, In Moat (A, Kapahu
In Tract, being land described In deed
or W. L. Peterson, recorded In Liber
209, pago 346, Hawaiian Registry or
Lots 9 and 10, In Diode GA, Kapahu
lu Tract, being land described In deed
or C. S. Martin, recorded In Liber 217.
page 226, Hawaiian Rcglstiy of Con
veyances. CHAS. P. CHII.LLNOWOUTII.
Deputy Sheriff, Territory of Hawaii
Honolulu, Oahu, January 27, 1902.
2056 Jan. 28, Feb 4, 11, 18, 28
ROYAL MALT EXTRACT
The great Invlgorator and tonic.
It Is what tho nursing mother needs.
It is what tho offlco worker neods
It Is what the vvorklngman needs.
It Is what everybody needs who Is
tired, weak or depressed.
It stimulates brain and body.
Order It at once; thnt tlrod reeling
will not wear off without holp. nnd
nnVAl MAI T FVTPIAr.T In Ihn Il.bI
posslblo help you can have.
Get tho genuine.; tako no substitute.
25c per Bottle; $2.50 per Dozen.
Hobron Drug Go.,
San PIcbo I'eb 0. The steamer
T!irn arrled jestcrday morning In
(ommnnd of Captain Hnhorsen. While
it fiti. Imp In tnl1 linrtinr Pnntnln lint.
,orhcn sineii n Japanese steamer, the
, M f , , ,
w mt- ,..ii. .. iuhuh a,. u u..a.
pleasing task, but probably a profit
able one, for salvage Is due to Ills
steamer and crew.
The Japanese had been In the harbor
for sonic time, for that Is the coal sta
tion of China. She had turned several
tint, nltli the tide nnd fouled her nn-
.i,. i,.in, . m,.i .in ihi n. inml.
Her c.iitnln lan up n signal of dis
tress demanding assistance, and as she
drifted over agatnt the anchor chains
of the Thra Captain Halvorsen direct
ed his men to make ffKt and hold bcr
The order was oheved and the Bteamer
was saved Captain Halvorsen put In a
claim ror salvage or $20,000. and tt Is
now being adjudicated In China
The Thyrn experienced mean weath
er all the way over She expects to
leave here on Morula) for San Framls
co and Portland
Port Tow nsenil, Wash , Feb 8
Work has been commenced on tho
construction of n wireless telegraph
svstem between Tatoosh Island nnd tlm
entrance to tho Straits of Fuca and
I'ort Crescent, a distance of fifty mile.
The Government will establish tho
svstem for the benefit of commerce A
tower Is being constructed on Tntoosh
Island, nnd a receiving tower will soon
be starfed at Crescent Tne towers w'M
be experimental, nnd if the svstcri
proves successful the Government tele
graph line between Crescent and Neuli
Daj will be discontinued
'FRISCO COPHUG CXCIIAISGG.
I San Francisco. Ftb 4 A totfeo ex
change Is projected Its necessity Is
felt, and n group of leading Importers
havo concluded to consult with the
other members or the trade on Its ad
visability and the means or placing It
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nun me uxuiuiiK-e snail uc a ucpan -
inent or the new Merchants' Exchange,
which shall provide ruleH ror Its gov-
ernment, as It Is the purpose of that
main organization to do for t'e ship-
'owners, green produce dfulers and!
. other branches or trade and commerce'
connected with it. There aie fifty Im-
porters of coffee In San Francisco, who
last enr Imported 250,000 bags of the
berries by sea from the Cuntial Anierl
l can republics, Ecuador. Hawaii, Mexi
co and seven bags from .Manila, as well
as 200 from Rio de Jnnclio and 550
from Santos ni rona the continent. At
ipicseut tlicic Is no common meeting
coffee business and prices are uncer-J BRILLIANT WON THE RACE
tain and unsteady I)y thc establish-
ment of the.cxclianEO they will be V(lKolmmn. j'an 2i ,vla Vlctoila. 11
enabled to meet uud discuss the, sltua-Ci rell. 4.)Tilu British ship Urllllant,
tlon nnd prices, display samples, truiloin,,, largest ship, carrying tho biggest
with ono another conveniently, nrbl-'oll cargo (175.000 cases), consigned
trato differences, and fix standards of (to tho Standard Oil Company's branch
quality nnd price Another ndvantago , heie, raced thu Ars-o, another nil ship,
will bo that the 600 members of tho from Now Yoik to this poit nnd or-
Merchants' Exchango will have the op-1 rived heie on tho 21st Inst. Tho Hrll
portunlty offered to them to speculate ,ant left N.ow Yrl J"'y 29th and tho
In coltcc, as Is done at present In tho'Acmo ,on Au8" '' 1 tho Acme
Eialft markeL It Is thouuht bv those.1""1 "ot "WW11 within tho two dnvs'
giain inarneu u is uiuuMU uy '"oso . ... .. .,,,. ii,
at the head of the movement there will
bo no doubt of Its success
WAR COLLEGE HEAD.
Washington Feb. 4 Major Geneial
S II M. Young has been selected by
the Secretary or War to he tho first
president of tho newly created Aimy
War College to bo located at Wash.
Inptrm linrrnrkft. flini rnl Yntini? I4
now In this dtv as a member of thu
Lboard or General Army olllcers on tho
-election or Army camp site
s Ah soon
'ih the order afHRiilne him to duty as
tirnslilnnt fif Mm VVAr rVillftirn Ib nrrk.
nl,-ntn,l flmrl Vnl.n- will l, ,... ...I. ,' , ..''.'. ',.,..
Moved or command or thu Department
nf California anil nfluiimit IiIh muv ihi.
tfos In connection with the establish-
'e"t of tho Army College.
1-liHicHi rum in ino wopiii
New York, Feb 2 A cable to tho
Sun from Pails says It Is claimed
that a new train sturted today tun
ning between Paris and Calais for the
convenience of passengers going to
and coming fiom England, will he tho
fastest In the wor.d. It rovers tho
distance In three hours, despite u
stop of four minutes nt Amiens and
low. steaming through tho city of
Calais to the harbor,
Tucsiiy it 4jt g
WJntiJir to Hoio
I to 6 la
ThurtJrttnt cj tj'io
FrlJr ' I J to
SaturJir " I 44 i 8
t o 8 ti
I 9 41
4 oS lo It
4 $ lo 4
5 tl It II
11 4 10 i f
I Jo 1 (
Full on the 22d nt 2'33 n. in.
Tides from tho United States Coast
nnd Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides nt Kahulut and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu Hawaiian Standard Tlmo Is 10b. 30m
slower than Green wclh time, being
mat or tho meridian or 167.30. Tho
tlruo whlstla ..ows nt 1:30 p. m which
Ir the samo as Greenwich, ua Om.
Masters or vessels sailing from this
port ror San Francisco will find thcrj
n branch of the U. S. Hydrographlc
Office located In tho Merchants' Ex
change, whero Is maintained ror their
benefit free of charge, complcto sets
or charts and directions of tho world.
Latest Information can be obtained re
garding lights, dangera to navigation
an dall matters of Interest to ocean
Weather Hureau, Punahou, February
18. Temperature Morning minimum,
C3, Midday maximum, 76.
llarometer nt 9 n in 29 96 Sternly.
Dew Point OOF.
Humidity nt 9 a m. 67 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Feb
ruarj IS Weather hazy; wind light
Monday, February 18,
U. S. A. T. Grant, 9 days rrom
Tuesday, February 18.
Stmr Mamm Loa. Slmcrson, from
Konn, Kan and Maul ports, nt 8:15
Monday, February 17.
Stmr. Leliun, ror Molokal ports.
Schr. Malolo, Garner, ror Hanalcl
(las. 'schr. Eclipse, Townscnd, Tor
Koloa, Elcclo and Waimea.
Tuesday, February 18.
Stmr Klnnu, Freeman, for Hllo and
wny pons, at 12 m.
Stmr Clniidlue, Parker, for Maul
ports, at u p tn.
Stmr Hclenu Nicholson, for Malm-
kona, Honolpu and Hamakua ports,
at 5 p in.
Stmr Walaleale, Pllti, for Annhola
and Kllauen, nt S , m.
Stmr W O. Hall. Thompson, for
Ahuklnl, Nnwlllwlll, Koloa and Hana
ninulii, nt 5 p, in.
I Am bk. Alden Hesse, Klessel, for
' Snn Francisco, p tn,
Fiom Maul and Hawaii ports, per
i Mr Maunn Lou, Feb 18 W. Shoaff
.Miss E Pinno, Mrs. J T Llnd.and 2
chlldien M F Scott, W Wlllgcroth.
W. A. Wnll, Miss T Marcos, J K. Ma
hale. T Shlbajama, Mrs. Ah Sill, anil
infant, I) It. Green. J Hackfeld, Chas
Di . C I. Sprluks. Miss E. Kiinehaku,
J A AheoiiR P Schneider, A. W Van
Valkenlmrg. J J Williams Mrs UhIiI
glinl. Mis Ins Rkhaidsnti nnd 4 chil
dren, Inn Itlihardson Ir Miss M.
lloaplll. Rev M E. Sllva Wong Kwal,
R Nawahlne and 56 deck.
For Hllo and wa ports, per stmr.
Kluau. February 18 Rev G. Main
!awa. Rev G 1. Pirj'j'i, Rev W.
D Wistervc'lt and wlf, Mrs W. O
Walker, Mrs J DM Mil Robert Pur
dj V A Chung. Mrs. A. 8. Slmo
ona, M. Menefogllo. tt. rIoll. Mm.
M Minor nud child, 3 It llanna. It.
. .11 HUB
M Hiisted. A C Wall. John
i O'Connor. A. L. Petr;' E. P. Mnlile,
H, c Snjn.Bi j. 0. ,, .,. a. Jan.
rowiv. C IliidUny, Miss L-. Wight. R.
k Atkinson. II. A Allen, L. P Wea
or. Homer L. Ross, Mrs. John S, MI
Unr, Mrs. L. II. Collins,
nOOKED TO Dr.PART
r'or Sla"' lortB. per stmr Clniidlue.
euruary 18. C. 11 Wells. J Nickel-
ni-u, iy . iiin, ,nirss .u sinilll,
MIhb F. C Pratt, O. M Atwood, F
Wlttiock, A Doubo and wife, N. W
Alull, Mis. I P. Meline and two chll
ilnn, G W Cannon, F M Husted,
Mr Ekiichu, F Ganzel, Jas Howatt,
Miss S. Liirkin, Mrs S It I.ufklu
and Young Kin.
I margin, so that the Urllllant claims
the honnis of tho long ocean race
HE BROKE HER RIB.
Wllkesburre, Pa., Feb 1 Miss Nel
lie White has begun a suit against Jos
eph Kclglcr of this city She chaige.
hlm with squeezing her so bnrd that
ono of her libs was broken It Is stat
ed that Zclgler threw his arms about
l'e" and hugged her with great roue
one nan to go to a doctor to be treated
! nd Ills sen Ice and medicine nniountedJ
to J11 50 She asked Zelgler to pay
I tlin I. Ill In ....... I. .... rl. !.,. I...
can suit ror $100 damages Zelgler
waived hearing and gave ball
Mlunlck I sunt some verses to that
mugazlne but I don't think the cditur
lead them all - nnlck Ah' they
weio accepted, wcie .aeyT Philadel
phla Pi ess
jUuui .,, , AiLftftjJlhfr
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LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION.
Kor Want Column re I'uRe lx
TO LET Cottnge, Cottago Grove,
King St Enqulro No. 8 cottage.
LOST Small gold locket; Initials II.
J. T on bnck Finder plea so return
to this office. Reward 2074-lw
CONVEYANCING Charges reason
able Room 10 Mcjntjre IlIocK.
ANTONE PILARES & CO Plumbers
nnd Tinsmiths All kinds of sanl
tary work. Sower connections n
specialty Charges to suit the
times Corner Miller and Punchbowl
Will be received by the Superintend
ent of Public Works until 1 p. m. on
Monday, February 24th, 1902, for con
structing Drnlnago Ditch for Kewalo
Plans and specifications on file In
office or Superintendent or Public
Tho Superintendent docs not bind
himself to ncccpt tho lowest or any
hid. JAMES H. BOYD,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Intending Steerage Passengers per
S. 8. "Alameda" are hereby Informed
that the undersigned will not book ap
plicants for passage after tho 20th
Inst. Certificate or Inspection by tho
II. S. Federal Quarantine Officer must
be obtained before a ticket will bo Is
sued to applicant.
WM. G. IRWIN & CO, LTD,
General Agents Oceanic Steamship Co,
At tho Annual Meeting of thc Covne
Mchrten Furniture Company, Limited,
held this 15th day of February, 1902,
I the fallowing officers were re-elected
to serve tor tne cnr vjun
A. Coyne . . ... .President
J. H. Fisher .. Vice President
W. J. White Sec. and Treas.
J. A. Magoon Auditor
C.J. Hutchlns Director
W. J. WHITE,
Secretary Coyne-Mchrten Furnltuie
February 15. 1902. 2074 2t
SURGEON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Exclusively
REMOVED to new office, 1146 Ala
ken Street, opp. Hawaiian Hotel.
Hours, 9 to 12, 3 to 5:30, 7 to 8; Sun
days, 9 to i
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
Offices Rooms 208-209 Iloston build
ing. Fort Street.
Telephones Ofilce. Main 383, Res
idence. White 2861.
Hours 11 a. m. to 1 p m . 3 to 5
p m , 7 to 8 p m.; Sundajs, 12 to 2 p m.
P O llox 801.
A. 0. WALL, D.D.S.
0. E. WALL, D.D.S.
Love Building, Fort StreeL
Hours. 9 to 4. Telephone Main 320
It wbh during the noon rush hour
yesterdny that a toll and dignified-look-Ipg
nian entered n well filled trolley
cm and tried to work his way In to
sei are a Btinp to hang Irom. but tho
coiidm tin-, who was collecting 'arcs,
bloi ked his progress.
Step lively thero'" said the pas
wnger. Were jou speaking to me" nBked
the (ondiictoi. e-levntlng his eyebrows.
CVrtnlnl)," replied tho passenger.
"Step' forward, so we can get Inside.
IMenti or room up rront!"
If you will attend to our business,
1 will attend to mine," Knapped tho
"If you can't take your own medicine
bitter than that ou had better try
tnklng the tar ahead," answered tho
passenger The conductor's repl wns
lost In the laughter of the passengers.
M 'E IN 4ro,000 CARGO.
Portland. Or . Feb C The Portland
Asiatic Steamship Company's liner In
dravelll, which sailed from Portland
Wednesdav noon with n $400 000 cargo.
Is hack In the hnibor with hci hatches
battened down and decks piping hot,
the result of n smouldering fire which
' " ,' .7 , .. ' "",u,""l"
llutu imatiii II1IIUIU1II
ns the ship
'" "Uffcrcd hilt IlltlO dam
damage but the
loss on the uirgo will piobablj lis
quite heavy When tho fire wns ills-
loveied steam was turned Into the
hold both forward and aft and cverj.
thing buttcned down tight A cbemb
cal engine from the Poittand Fire De.
partment has bicn plated on board tho
Indrnvelll and It Is expected that the
Ilio will bo under control by morning,
Tho "tween decks" of No 2 hatch.
where tho (lie Is smoldering, contains
172.1 bales of cotton and 4900 sacks ol
flour Underneath this In the same
hold aie 20,000 sacks of flour and 400
bales of cotton,
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
yg fttffa , jir- A.tf .
MES8R8. WHITNEY 4 MAR8H
nnnounco the third annual opening
or Spring Shirtwaists ror Monday,
February Seventeenth, tho exhibition
to contlnuo throughout tho week.
This offering, for vnrloty of
style, clcganco and originality of
design, nnd perfection of workmanship
far surpasses anything horetoforo
undertaken. Thc materials cover a
wide rango of fabrics, from rich
embroidered Swisses and Habutla
Silks to tasteful Lawns, tho
trimmings always In perfect harmony;
while tho W. & M. popular prices
Orders nro welcome, but you
are just as welcome to merely Ionic
1045 FORT ST.
A large American manufacturer desires to anango with some
one In Honolulu who is in position to represent their line to tho
Watch, Clock and Jewelry Trade. No application will bo con
sldcrcd except that of somo ono engaged solely In tho business of
, representing American manufacturers. The agency would not be
given to any ono who Is engaged In business for his own account,
carrjlng' stock, etc. Tho business would be conducted by carrying
a lino of samples, from whlcu orders could be secured, to be ship
ped direct from tho factory. No applicant would bo considered un
less accompanied by full explanation as to the nature of tho ap
pllcant's business, and full nnd satisfactory references.
Address : MANUFACTURER, this office.
i Two Gent Limit I
I AND I
j What Came of it f
New York, Feb. 3. In a dimly
lighted room In thc rear or tho saloon
nt 73 Ludlow street nn exciting poker
game was taking placo just botoro
daybreak yesterday. There were flvo
plajers and eleven bewhlskcred men
watched with bated breath.
The limit was two cents, and luck
had been about even all night, ul
though Isaac Plnsky or 40 Essex
street, who peddles pickles rrom a
pall, had been accused of surreptitious
ly taking money from his pile nnd hid
ing It In his shoe to glvo tne impres
sion that ho was n loser, nnd then
suddenly having an attack or cold
feet Ho hadn't been allowed tq
withdraw nnd soon after 3 o'clock n
Jackpot bad been passed by all but
Pinol.y and Jake Ingoldshy. the Hes
ter street salt herring dispenser, and
Interest In the game was aroused to
Its highest pitch.
Plnsky opened tho pot ror ono cent.
Ingoldshy staved and raised him two
cents. Plnsky raised llngoldsby In
turn for the samo amount.
"Aeh. hud I hade to do ills. Mister
Ingoldshy," remarked Plnsky. "Tell
me, es, no, lint jou god jour fish
boughdt for tomorrow?"
"NefTer mlndt der fish, Plnskyr hat
you god jour plgles In der said undt
vinegar? Maype If you alndt, you vlll
be chiiBt as sour as dcy vas py der
morning. I chust raise ou der llm
Id." They kept on raising until there
were CO cents In tho pot. Reads ot
perspiration Btpod on the foreheads o(
the onlookers, but tho players each
felt so confident of having a sitro thing
that they only Htrokad their whiskers
nnd grinned at each other. Finally
"Aeh, I haf nod der hearilt to puj
jou ould ot plzncss I don't vandt to
rulnt jour famllj, Ingnldsby, so I vlll
The two threw down their cards and
simultaneously grabbed for tho mon
ey on tho taOlc The excited specta
tors pulled them apart and left the
money whero It wns, while all handi
begin to jabber and gesticulate. Pin
sky had three kings of heart; Ingolds
hy had another king or hearts, ono of
clubs and one or diamonds.
"Vat jou menu by tryln" to talg dot
pod, alreatty?" shrieked Plnsky.
"I haf dree klngB limit so haf you,"
yelled Iugoldsbj'. 'Id vas a misdeal,
limit ns jou dealt der cardts you lose
der money for malglng dor mlstnlp,"
"Ha, ha, ha! Aeh, vot a choke,"
laughed PInkBy. "Don'd you know vot
dot hand Iss? Vero dldt you effor
learn to blay der game? Go way pack
limit slil mlt jourseUs all alono In a
room mlt nopoddy In Id but you Iss
Id possible. Ingoldshy, dot you don'd
know vat meln handt Ibs?"
"Id vns a mlzdcftl," cried Ingoldshy
"Aeh. nt Iss der matter mlt yotiV"
answered Plnel'v "Vy, don'd ou
know il.it dat haittH tandt po blad by
file nze-B Dot Ua a mlsamashema
flush. You seldom zee Id In a pokel
game nod v ounce In n hunilrcdt
j-enrs. I vas a luggy mans to holdt
von of dun, ain't Id?"
"MlzdeaP rolzdeal"' shouted In
"Flush' (lush! flush1 n mlsamnsho
ma fiush' shrieked tho partisans ol
About this time Policemen Curran
and Uaxter happened to pass the sa
loon and heard tho jelling
"Uegoirn," said Curran, "Ol thlnlt
they do be playln' enr-rds in theio
What do they mane by misdates an'
"Ol think It's forty-folves," replied
Ilaxter, "but, annywny, It do bo gam
blin', an' not n hair block rrom FlorrU
Sullivan's club room. Wo'll stop
Thoy called several other policemen '
and rushed the place just as tho argu-1
ment within became a whisker-pulling'
match In tho excitement tho tabU
wbh overturned and tho stakes were '
scattered The pollco locked every I
body up in the Eldrlrigo street station.
When they wero arraigned In the
Essex Market Police Court Plnsky nnd
Ingoldshy glared at each other, but
under advlco or counsel kept quiet.
The policemen could not swear that
they saw gambling actually going on,
although they repented the conversa
tion they had heard. Magistrate Olm
sted discharged alt tho prisoners for
lack or evidence. They went away
still gesticulating, and the dispute over
thc pot has not ns yet been settled,
Jnpnn'B B!j Exposition.
ToMo. Jan. 24 (via Victoria. B. C.
Feb 4.) The great nattonil Industrial
exhibition which the imperial Gov
ernment ot Japan will hold at Oaakt.
in 1903 is attracting much attention.
It Is leported that, although the limit
within which applications for spa-
must be filed has officially been set
at Juno 30, 1902, tho applications from
the United States nnd Europo already
aggregato moro than the estimated
npacu allotted, and private Individuals
have offeied to put up their own build
ings In order to exhibit machinery
The occasion will he made tho most
of by foreign nations to Introduce mod
ern methods among the Japanese, who
are just at the stage when they are
ready to adopt new Ideas. The com
petition will be keen between the
United States and Great Britain.
GRAND EXCURSION and PICNIC
TO KALIHI PARK PAVILION
Tickets $1, admission to grounds
THIS EVENING, Tugs., Feb. 18
The Hawaiian Dramatic Society
Tickets, $1.00, 75c. and 50c.
Hox Plan Wall, Nichols.
Doors, 7 30 1 Introduction, 8.15.
Uci-ctanlu and Miller Streets
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19,
TICKETS $1.00. LADIE8 FREE.
Tickets on Sale at
HAFFNER'S JEWELRY 8TORE,
Masonic Temple, and
THE HAW'N HOTEL DARDER 8HOP
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65 Queen St.
Lease ofjaro Land
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 1st,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, C5 Queen street, Ho
nolulu, I will soil at Public Auction,
by order of tho Trustees under tho
will of Dernlco P. DIshop, tho Icaso
or that valuable, taro land situate at
Kaakaukukul, Pauoa Valley, and con
taining an area or 8 35-100 crcs.
Term of lease, 15 years from April
Upset net annual rental, $C00, pay
ablo quarterly In advance.
For full particulars apply at tho of
fice of tho DIshop Estato, 77 Merchant
JAS. F. MORGAN.
LEASE OF .m
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 1st,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, C5 Queen street, Ho
nolulu. I will sell at Public Auction,
by order of tho Trustees under the
will of Dernlco P. DIshop, the lcaso ot
that valuable land known as Puaa 1st,
sltuato at North Kona, Hawaii, and
containing an area of 869 acres.
Term of lease, 21 years from May
Upset net annual rental, $500, pay
able quarterly In advance.
Tor full particulars apply at the of
fice ot the DIshop Estate, 77 Merchant
Jae. F. Morgan,
65 Queen St