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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T.. FlUruVFEn. $jT1J$,Iu'' JW ' " '" "" " " TFC,
fnp' ' ftyrwip''BPiwr,fiWBei
E. O. Hall
The adjourned annual meeting of
tho stockholders of tho j'ioni;i;u
MILL COMPANY LLMII'L'I) will b.
held nt the oriW of II HacKfe'd A.
Co. Ltd.. on Ttn-sdiiv Mairh Ith. Mm.'
at 1U o'clock n 111 F KLAM1',
20S3 2t fccretari
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At tli Vnnnnl Mwtiug of the llllu
Sugar Compaii) held this 27th cin of
Februnrj 1StJ. tin following officers
weie dec ltd to scut- fin the ensuing
W. G. Irwin President
W. M. Gltfard Vice President
H. M. Whitney, Jr. Pec. & Treas.
Geo. J Ross Auditor
Tin- abou with the exception of 'lie
Audit 11 constitute the lloaid of 1)1
H M viiitni:y Jit
Secutai) llllo Sugar t'timpnnv
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the Annual Meeting of the Olo
wnlu Company, held this 27th da of
February. l'J'2 at the office nr Its
agents, Wm. (! Irwin & Co tho rol
lotting offkers wen- elected to serve
for the ensuing jenr
W. G. Irwin President
W. M. G I Hard Vice President j
Richard Ivers Secretary
H. M. Whitney, Jr. Treasurer
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
Directors Wm. G. Irwin, W. M. Glf
fard, Richard Ivers, H. M. Whitney, Jr,
and W. L, Hopper. 1
Secretar Olowalu Cumpanv
Honolulu, Februar) 27 IS02 1
2US3 3t I
ELECTION OF OFFICERS. I
At tin1 Annual Meeting of the Wat
manalo Sugar Company, held at the
office of its agents. y"m. (5 Irwin &
Co Ltd . on the 27th da of Februar .
1002, the following orikers wore elect
ed to serve for the ensuing eai
Wm. G. Irwin President
W. L. Hopper Vice President
W. M. Glffard Treasurer
H. M. Whitney, Jr. Secretary
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
Thu above, with tho exieptlon of
tho Auditor, comprise the Hoard 01
H M WHITNEY. Jit,
Secretary W'almanalo Sugar Co
Honolulu, February 27, 1902
CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST CIRCUIT.
Extension of Term.
Under and by virtue of tho power
and authority In me tested, and deem
ing. It essential to tho promotion of
Juitlce, I do order, and It Is hereby
ordered, that the February, 1902, term
of tho Circuit Court of tho First Cir
cuit begun and holduu in Honolulu.
Island of Oaliu, be nnd tho same Is-
hereby extended twelve (12) days from
and after Saturday, tho 1st day of
OHO I) OKAH,
Second Judgo of the Circuit Court of
tho First Circuit, Piesidlng at the
Honolulu, Oahll. Feb 27, A. I). 1902.
IN THE CIItCUIT COUHT OF TUB
Hrst Circuit. Terrltor) of Hawaii. At
Chambers, in Probate In tho Matter
of tho Hstate of David Kahanu. Do
1 cased Tho Last Will and Testament
or said deieascd, having been piescnt
ed to said Court, together with a I'etl
tion for tho I'robato thereof and for
tho Issuance of Letters Testamentary
jo Kaololo and Kaallaikl having been
filed, notlco Is hereby given that Fri
day, the 4th day of April, A I) 1002
at 10 o'clock a. in, In tho Judiciary
Uullding, Honolulu, is appointed the
time and place for proving said Will
and hearing said application, when
and whore any person Intoiasted may
appear and show cause. If any they
have, why the prajer of said petition
should not bo gianted.
Honolulu Oahu, Feb 27, 1902
Uy the Court
A O KAUI.UKOU
2083 Feb. 28, Mur 7. H. 21
' I suppose you havo to bo very dip
lomatlc In npproathlug mefobera f
your Legislature with offers of r.on
"Yes, Indeed," answered Senator
Sorghum. "If you don't look sharp
they'll charga you threo or four times
hs much as they aro worth " WubIi.
Sho And so you aro a bachelor?
Well, thoro Is always hope for bach
Ho That's so. It's never uliBoluto
certain that they will marry
"' " ! T III " I
Little clilcks are allowed to die,
eggs get Bcnrcc, tho chickens make
dry eating, etc. These mistakes are
constantly made, but need not occur.
will Increase the quantity of eggs nnd
mnko hens lay regularly. It cures
chicken cholera, roup, gapes, worms,
rheumatism nnd all diseases.
No poultry raiser should do without
l'ratt's l'oultry Food.
What it docs for chickens It does
for all kinds of poultry. Tho oldest
and most reliable In existence. Call
for a package nnd try It.
& Son, Ltd.
AS, THE PROTESTATIONS
OF WAR FRIENDSHIP
United Slates Knows Its Friends
Roosevelt's Order Against Lobby
ing for Higher Salaries
Washington, Feb. 8 The ntnlety
of vurlous Eiiiopi'iin powers to make
It appear that they wete filcmll) to
the United States during and Just he
fine the war with Spain, and to ills-
parage tho Ililtlsh contention that the
English (iovcrnmcut picvuitcd 11 null
tion ngalnst the United States muses
considerable amusement J 11 ortklal
Washington, wheie the exact facts aio
known, although not puhllcl discuss
id The United Stntes Coveinmcnt
was fullv Informed of ever move
made li Austria and nthei powers dm
ing tile critical period define the
Spanish war. so the present crfoits In
so man) directions to show that ovist
Ing filendshlp for nnd nppieclatlun 01
tne I'nlted States Is not entliel) new,
liaturallv cniisc somewhat amused
Nocohsnill) the United Stales Is not
pioclalmlng, oftlclnll.v its know ledge
that (licit Britain was fileuillv nnd
in a uiimbei of wn.vs aided us, but the
lint remains that, even though llrltlsh
nnlet to mike us feel under obllgi
lions Is somen hut tiresome. (Ireat
llrltaln wbb our filend Tho United
Stntes often received Information of
great Importance from Ilritlsh sources
Some of tho Information tombing the
whereabouts of tho Spanish fleet rami
fiom Kngllsh sources nnd in other
vns the English showed that their
sympathies were with the I'nlted
States. And the officials Informed of
this nro not hoodwinked or deceiver'
by latter day lepresentntlons of long
existing uffectlon for the I'nltei
The older of I'lesident ltoosevelt
1 Issued the last of Janmiiy prohibiting
Government emplojes fmm lobblng
jlor higher salaries has not nttiuitcd
.as much attention hh it has trail do
served It is icganled by ilvil sir
I vice lefoimers ns doing 111111I1 to per
lilt the classified sen Ice It re
moves the objection that lias been
iiilsed to the continuation of clerks In
office permanently for that Is what
the meilt ssteni nnlly does that It
creates a ilass whose Inllueiiie might
I lie narmrul Clerks nnd other (Jovern
ment emploes can no longer combine
I to force Congiessmen. through fear of
the influence of associations, (o pass
legislation that ordinarily, a Con
gressman might think urwlse The
order has created illsx-itlsfac Hon
umoni; theme to whom It applies but It
has aroused no storm of Congressional
nl or public molest, l'erhuu. the
comparatlvo Inattention given to It is
the best evidence! of Its wisdom, si
I lence. In this case. Indicating public
Then' Is to be no genual snlarv
'grab, although man Congiessmen nnd
Senators are convinced that they
I should he better paid, and vtotilil votii
iremsclves moie pay If thej vveie not
'nfraii their constltileiits would ob
Ject While Senntois and Congtess
men v III not get more pay the pas
Ifago by the Senate of the Hoai bill
I nicking substantial Inn cases In Judi
ilal silarles probably means that
those juilsts will bo well paid here
nfter. for the House Is likely to follow
tho Sennte's leod In this connection
the effort of Delegate Wilcox of Ha
'wall to nirry favor with tho Fiesldent
I by Introducing a bill Increasing the
Chlor Executive's salary simply cuuses
nmusement. Wilcox came heie as tho
representative of tho native paity In
Hawaii, but he has sltuo loniluded
that It Is more politic to stand with
tho part in power, so he is now a
"Ilepubllcan," but tho Republicans do
not lecognlze him coidlnll)
Ho It Is better for us to quietly
live apart, without tho scandal or a
one I don't agree with ou My
soilnl position Is not so strong at
piesent that I can nffotd to neglect
nny means to mako It better. Uiook
Ho (desperately) I havo proposed
to ou Iltteen times This Is the last,
nnu Jn tho words or the auctioneer,
Going at two dollars' Going, going'
j Who'll mnko It twoflftj?"
She (Involuntarily) nh. rtonn-u if
jou will make It "two lort eight" I'll
say ycB Judge.
'They claim to bo connected with
sonio of the best families."
"By telephone?" Philadelphia Eve
Sue. How long hnvo you danied?'
Ho Oh, yiars!
She Well, don't be discouraged.
if1 ultA 1
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MoaJty 14' 5 'o 1 j
3 il.it it
1 r m.
Tuet4y t), 6 it 1
I 16 p m
WeJniJr '16 f oi'i
10 1 41
SaturtUy j t
Suody j t
J, ! U
9 4J J tS
1 $il III or 4 40
Last cpinrter of the moon on the 2d
nt 0 0 a. m
Tho tides at Knhului and llllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is 10b 30m
slower than Orccn wclh time, being
emit of the meridian of 157.30. The
time whlstlo . ows nt 1:30 p. m whim
Is tho same as Greenwich, on 0m.
Masters of vessels sailing from this
port for San Francisco will find therj
n branch of tho U. S. Hydrographlc
Office located In tho Merchants' Ex
change, where Is maintained for their
benefit frco of charge, complete sets
of charts and directions of tho world.
Latest Information can bo obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
an dall matters of Interest to ocean
Weather lliiirnti Puliation, Febiuary
2S Tempei attire Morning minimum,
til. Mldd.i) maximum, 72.
Il.iiometer at 0 n in 30 07 Irregular.
Itnlnfjll 0 01 .
Dew Point S1F.
Humidity at 0 11 111 "S per rent.
North gale In progress.
Diamond IIf.nl Signal Station, Feb
ruary 28. Weather talny; wind fresh
Friday Feb 2S.
Str Mauna L0.1. Slmerson, from Ko
mi unit Knit ports; li: 10 a. m.
Am. ship A. J. Fuller, Haskell, 79
days trom Sjdne), with coal.
Thursda.v. Feb. 17.
Schr Malolo. (lardiur, lor Hnn.ilei
Str Nlihaii, W Thompson, for Ha
n.imaiilu and Ahiikinl
Sti Krnulioii, Mosher for Anahola.
Sti Iwiibinl, Greene, for Electa, II11
napepe. M.iknwcli, Will men and lvckn
ha Am sp Tlllle E Stnrhurl: Curtis
for San Frani Isco
Am. bg Tnnnei New hall, f.'r Puget
I' S A T Warren, Ilirneson, fni
Manila, nt 7 4," a m.
Fiom Lahalnn, Makeun, Knllua, Ke
nuliou, Napoopoo, Hookenn, Hoopilloa,
and Putialuu, per steamer Maunn Loa.
Feb 28 L. F. Weaver. A. Weill, W. C.
Nelsen. J. Schmidt, T O llrnndt. Ng
Him, T C Howell, Mis L. II Cooling,
Mrs. .1 S Minor. Dr P. F. Fiear, C.
Sleikwald. .Mrs C. O Gtrenwell, F.
Uireiiwell Ino Gielg. Mrs S Amelu,
.Mrs IC Miikalnal. Dr. A. It Itowatt,
Mis A It Itowatt, Master Allen Ito
watt. .Miss C. Itcuv.itt. Muster- Wm.
ilowatt. Zlll'i Itowatt. .Maggie Ilow.it.
F W. GilmwiKid, P. T Sohnelck, J. T.
Tnvloi, W W Itleknrd. P L Almlih.
I. Kualmokii. Mrs C F Hart. .1. A
McGulie Miss M Leslie, Geo. Clark,
Mlfcs L Wiissni.in I D Paris, F. La
mm. Mis W VI1I11 nnd illld. M. F.
Scott. II Wllgeroth W Crawfotd,
Mis W Ciawfonl. W It Amcirl. I)
Esilmla F G Douse Mis A Rob
ertson, II Horfsihlaeger Miss L Good
win. I'.ithei lullmi ,1 Hunan and C7
on dei k
.111..-. -' r , ...tnW ftfcfalttum
FOR SALE A lady's Columbia bley
cle, In gooil condition Klnati, third
house from Alnpal. 2083 lw
TO LET One large double room, nl
so one single rootn, good locntlon
on enr lino near Thomas Square II.,
Ililiietlu office 2083 In
TO LET 9 loom, 2 slory house. 10
minutes wnlk riom I' u., until, etc
Two roomed cottage on premises,
cool pleasant locnllt Address II W
.tills orileo 2083-1W
The last game of the association
football league scries will bo pl.ieil
on the Maklkl grounds tomorrow niter-
noon at -I 1 o clock This game Is
replajed In the place of the one which
look place lu the beginning of tho
car between the Malta-Illmas and tho
Honolulu? On that occasion tho Ho
notulus won tho game but a protest
was entered by the Mnlles as tho Ho
nolulu were playing Lansdnlc In goal.
As this man was a member of the
Wanderers he was Ineligible for tho
Honolulu team As a consequence tho
game will be played over tomorrow.
The Honolulus nro playing a weaker
team than usual, their old fullbacks
being unnblo to bo present. Tho
teams will probably line up ns follows
Finnic). .... . Gtcason
R. Anderson Cultan
.vicwiil . Harvey
, Cralk Kay
S) Anderson -. Anderson
Mniic lllma reserves, T. Aniletson,
J. Anderson nnd C. II, Cullen
Tomorrow's game will decide the
championship and ns both teams nro
good ones nn Interesting game Is ex
JACK KISSED HER.
Jnek don't ou envj him? kissed
While tnklng a wnlk In tho snuaie
So Bweet she. he couldn't resist her.
And ought she. joit fancy, to enre?
And should she be mail as a hatter?
Or should she have given It back?
Or should she pass over the matter.
And say "Oh. 'twas Jack; only
Is the hue of her ihceks Indication
Of furious nnget. 01 not?
Or duo to some slight In Ration
O'er choosing so public n spot?
Were slut kissed In the hull, would sho
Protest: "Please bo good vTxie's
And Is she now speeding on, wildly,
To seek her protecting mama?
Is Jack to he blamed for his action?
Are j 011 holding him deep In dis
grace? Supposing he saw n distraction
Of "Try, If you like," on her fnrc '
I II add, ns the close of my ditty.
Ere spinsters regard her ns lost.
And gossips deplore- "What a plly!"
That Jack clever Jack was Jack
Edwin L. Sahln. In Smart Set.
"Ah, my son I'm glad to see that
j 011 at least are not smoking'"
"No sir, It ain't in turn jet " New
Two looms in good localllj are for
rent Sec To Let column
An Island Production With An Island Flavor
The. . .
OF MARCH 2nd, 19Q3
The Only Sunday Newspaper
SOME MAGAZINE FEATURES
Good Stories Told About Noted Men and Women.
President a Great Lover of Horses.
What Women Want to Know.
Rhymes ot the Day.
Potato Diseases and Treatment.
New Women Roasted It Is To Laugh.
History, Mentality and Titles of Prince Henry.
AND MANY OTHERS.
ANOTHER WEEK OF
SHIRT WAISTS :: ::
1045 FORT STSEGT.
On Shipping Weights
Tho Hoard of Classification of tho
United States General Appraisers, on
Jnuuary 31st, decided that counton.
vailing- duty against bounties shriild
be assessed upon the shipping weights,
Instead of upon the landed weight Tho
regular duty Is assessed upon tho
landed weight. A protest of tho
Franklin Sugar Refining Company of
Philadelphia, Involving tlilu question,
was overruled by n majority of tno
board. The Invoice showed a total
weight or 9.541,009 pounds sugar, less
23 hags short shipped, say 9.53C. I3S
pounds net, shipped from Hamburg,
whereas, ace 01 ding to tho weighers
return the weight outiurncd here on
nrilvnl was 9.3ul,39li pounds net. the
depiecintiun of 236,012 pounds being
attributed to shrinkage and waste
William J. Gibson, before the Hoard
or General Appraisers, reprerentlng
the Impoiters. contended Hint this
counteivnlllng dut should have been
assessed upon the landed weight, 01
V 3u1,3!m; pounds, making an allow
ance for the wastage of 235,042 pounds
The net nmouiit of bounty bestowed
by Gerninny. ns declared by tho Soc
retarj of tho Tteusury, for the period
within which thu merchandise In
question was exported, equaled 2.BI
marks for 100 kilos. Mr Gibson con
tended that tho term "net amount" ro
laled to the Secretary's detcrmlnntlor
of the amount of bounty In tho provl
slons of section 5, and inasmuch as ha
had declared such "net nmouiit" to ho
cqunl to so much per 100 kilos tho
term must be taken to mean n rate
Attorney Albert II. Washburn con
tended ror tho Government, that thu
clause "net amount or any bountv or
grant which may havo been bestow
ed," appearing In section r, clearly
portraed the Intention of Congress to
assess the additional duty not ns n
into but to provide that mi nmount
equnl to the amount of tho benefit re
ceived on exportation should bo col
lected In the course of the decision
General Appraiser Fischer said
"In tho one rnso duty must bo as
acssed on the article as It Is jn ilia
condition in which It Is Imported. In
tno other casn the law goes back to
the change and assesses duty equal to
the bounty paid on the nrtlclo In Us
original state. That duty Is not rcgu
laed by mfr mado dependent upon
nny attribute or quality ot tho Im
ported article. It Is regulated by one
tact only the amount of bounty paid
on tho original nrtlclo; and Its ac
crual Is dependant on ono condition
only that tho article on which thu
bounty was paid Is Imported. Its con
dition on arrival is absolutely Immato
rial. The purposo of section G Is to
take from tho Importer tho benefit
received on his cargo, which when
paid him practically amounts to a re
duction of our dutlablo rates, and nny
theory by which he can Import hli
goods and pay less additional duty
than the net amount ot the ooitnty re
ceived by him would operate to de
feat the section " Mr I-'Ischer added
tint if the Importer could sho wthat
any part of tho merchandise (ipon
which bounty hail been paid was not
Imported ho might bo relieved from
the additional duty to that extent, but
that such relief was not permissible
when tho discrepancy resulted from a
change of condition during transit.
General Appraiser Somervllle wroto
1 dissenting opinion, In which ho said:
"I do not concur with my colleagues
In their construction of that portion
ot section G which reads:. 'Whether
luch article or mcrchandlso Is Im
ported In tho tamo condition as when
exported, or has been changed In con
lltlon by remanufacturo or othcrwics.'
In my opinion, the purposo of these
qualifying words was to provent any
evasion of the additional duty by ro
sorting to the process of refining tho
sugar or other like change In Its con
dition In transit, such as might be
construed ordinarily to destroy tho
Identity of tho merchandise as origi
nally exported, I do not think the
word 'condition' as used In section 5
has any reference whatever to a dim
Inutlon of the original exportation In
weight prior to being landed In this
countr " Wlllett & Gray's Circular.
Nothlug Is so embarrassing as tho
first tote-a-tete, when there is ever
thing to say, unless It bo tho last,
when everything has been said. Ho-
MIND READER, HYPNOTI8T
. HUMORIST, IN AN ENTER
, TAINMENl OF MIRTH,
MAGIC, MY8TERY AND IL.
LU3IONS, ASSISTED DY
Warren the young Mormon Wizard,
King of the Handcuffs and a company
of Clover Performers.
An Entertainment to Please All.
Glean, Wholesome and Enjoyable.
Itoscrved seats now on sale.
SATDRDAY EVENING, MARCH
fir nnd Production of 1? series of
Ancient Hivvallan History adapted for
the stage by the
PONOI DRAMATIC COMPANY
to be prrsenteJ In Enclsli by Native
llnwalluns. A Mello-Drama In two
acts, entitled :
, The Lady ot The Twilight
New Scenes I New Costumes! New Songs
A musical Interlude by the company
Landing of Lono and His Death
Characters by the Company.
Healastlc Sceneries have been specially
specially designed and painted for both
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 the Trustees under the
will ot Ilernlco P. Bishop, tho leasa
ot that valuablo taro land sttuato at
Kaakaukukul, Pauoa Valloy, and con
taining an area of 8 35-100 crcs.
Term of Icaso, IS years from April
Subject, however, to a tenantcy frr
one yean from April 1, 1902, for tho
purpose ot harvesting tho present
growing crop of taro.
Upsot net annual rental, $C00, pay
ablo quarterly In ndvanco.
For full particulars apply at tho of
flco of tho Ulshop Estate, 77 Merchant
JAS. F. MORGAN.
LEASE jOF LAND.
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 1st,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, CS Queen street, Ho
nolulu, I will sell at Public Auction,
by order of the Trustees under tho
will of Ilernlco P. Bishop, tho leaso of,
that valuablo land known as Puaa 1st,
sltuato at Nprth Kona, Hawaii, and
contalnthg an area of 859 acres.
Term of lease, 21 years from May
1st. 1902. '
Upset net annual rental, $500, pay
able quarterly In advance.
For full particulars apply at the of
tlco of tho Bishop Estate, 77 Merchant
Jas. F. Morgan.
65 Queen St ,
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