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JDVENINd' BULLETIN. HONOLULU, If. T SATURDAY, MARCH I. 1902.
CIRCUIT COURT, FIR8T CIRCUIT.
Extension of Term.
Under and by vlrtuo of tho power
nnd nuthorlty In mo vested, and doom
ing It essential to tho promotion of
Justice, I do order, nnd It Is hereby
ordered, that tho February, 1902, term
of tho Circuit Court of tho First Cir
cuit begun and holdon In Honolulu,
Island of Oahu. bo nnd thn nmn i
hereby extended twelve (12) days from
nnd after Saturday, tho 1st clay of
OEO. n. niUAti.
Second Judge of tho Circuit Court of
tho First Circuit, 1'rcsldlng at tho
Honolulu, Oahu. Feb. 27, A. D. 1902,
Notice to All Whom It' May
United Statos of America, District of
In tho District Court of tho United
States in and for the District and
Territory of Hawaii.
United States of America. Flalntlff.
vs. Ono Dozen Articles for tho
Prevention of Conception.
Attachment and Monition.
Whereas, In said Causo, said Court,
on February 24, 1902, Issued its At
tachment and Monition:
NOW THEREFORE NOTICE
THEREOF IS HEREBY GIVEN to all
persons claiming tho abovo mentioned
property, or knowing or having any
thing to say why said Court should
not pronounco against tho same, ac
cording to tho prayer of the Informa
tion now on lllo herein, and that they
appear beforo tho said Court to bo
holdcn In and for tho said District of
Hawaii at tho United States court
houso In the City of Honolulu In said
District on tho 20th day ot March, A.
I). 1S02, It that be a day of Jurisdic
tion, and If not, then on tho first day
of Jurisdiction thereafter, at 10 o'clock
In the forenoon of that day, then and
there to lntcrposo a claim to the samp,
and to make their allegations In tltat
Dated Honolulu. Hawaii, February
24, 1902. B. R. HENDRY,
United States Marshal In and for Said
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Tho undersigned, having been duly
appointed Administrator of tho Estate
or the lato Sarah Catharine Dickson
1'ratt, of Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
hereby gives notice to nil creditors of
tho deceased to present their claims,
duly authenticated, and with the prop
or vouchers. If any exist, even If tho
claim Is Bocurcd by mortgago upon
real estntc, to him at hlB rcsldenco or
place of business, to-wlt: at the office
of tho Board of Health, Kaptitwa build
ing. In Honolulu, within six months
from this date, or within six montni
from tho day they fall due, or they
shall bo forever barred, and the said
Administrator will not bo authorized
to pay them.
JOHN 8. n. PRATT,
2072 Feb. 15, 22; Mar. 1, 8, 15.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notlco Is hereby given by tho under
signed Administrator of tho estnto ,ot
lho lato II. G. Blart, to all creditors of
nald estate, to present their claims,
duly authenticated and with the prop
er vouchers, if any exist, even If tho
claim Is secured by mortgage upon
real estate, to him at his resldcnco or
at his ofllcc, room 406 Judd building,
Honolulu, within six months from this
date, or they will bo forever barred.
Dated Honolulu. February 1st, 1902!
C. R. HEMZXWAY,
2060 i c-o. 1, 8, 15. 22; Mar. 1.
t NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice Is hereby given by tho un
dersigned executrix of tho estnto of
ho lato James Hyde Prntt, to all cred
itors of said estate, to present their
claims, duly authenticated and with
proper vouchors, If any exist, oven It
tho claim is secured by mortgage upon
real estnto, to hor at her rcsldenco, or
at tho odlco of her attorney, C. It. Hem
enway. room 406 Judd building, Ho
nolulu, Oahu, within six months from ,
this date, or thoy shall bo forever
Dated Honolulu, Feb. 1st, 1902.
SOPHIE II. D. PRAT i.
000 Feb 1. 8, 16, 22; Mar. 1.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Tho undersigned having been ap
pointed Administrator of tho Estato
of James R. Estill, late of Honolulu.
. Oahu, deceased, hereby gives notice
to all persons having claims against
tho said estato to present tho same to
tko undersigned within six months
from tho date of tho first publication
of this notice or they will be forever
Honolulu, February 14, 1902.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
Administrator of Estato of James R.
. Estill, Deceased,
2072 Feb. 15. 22; Mar. 1, 8.
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fcSTLE AND OALBKAlllI
PKAISLD FOR LOYALTY
Congressman Gaines Dwells Upon
Hawaii "Transition Period"
in Speech Before
Congressman John W. Gaines u!
Tcnnosoo during a speech In the llriuo
of Representatives January 23 made
the following rcferenco to Hawaii:
Hut conditions arc not much better
In tho Territory of Hnwittl. On re
turning from the Philippines I stopped
thero nnd found that slaery existed
there, nnd that three Republican
Judges, appointed by President Mc
Klnley, had held that tho fifth, sixth,
seventh, eighth, and thirteenth amend
ments to the Constitution did not up
pjy to Hawnll ;that n conviction on
Indictment found without a grand
Jury was vnlld; or that n conviction by
a mnjorlty of n Jury of twelve was
valid ;or that a conviction by n ma
jority of n Jury of tvvelve was valid,
nnd that the thirteenth amendment
did not npply to that Territory or
reach u system of slncry under what
Is known ns tho masters and servants
uct, which "makes Imprisonment for
life," us the court said, "a possible
punishment for Its violation." j
The court further held that the
eighth amendment to the Constitution
did not npply, which require that
Excessive days shall not be required, '
nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel
or unusual punishments inflicted. i zai. page 145. Dated January 25. 1902.
The act under which the defendant! J- Kalewo and wlfo to N Omstod.
was convicted reads as follows: Idced; R. P. 43G4. Kul. 1564. Pauoa.
If any person lawfully bound loser-
vleo shall willfully absent himself from
such service without the leave of his
master, any district magistrate of the
Republic, upon complaint mnde under
oath by tho maRter, or by any ono on
his behalf, may Issue n warrant to ap-j
prehend such pen-on nnd bring him be
fore the said mngastrutc; and It the
complaint shall be maintained tho
magistrate Bhall order such offender to
be lestored to his master, and he shall
be compelled to sene the remainder of
the time for which he originally con
tracted. If any person shall lcfiihc to sene
ii firnl I nir r t Itn tirnvlelnflti nf tlin litil ,
section or the terms of his contract. Uvnrvw'ntrh"yt 192, ,
his master may apply to any district v" MaeM " artt.SsSf I ?
mag strate where he may reside, who G H,orl , naseball tract. Kulaokahua.
shall be authorized, by warrant or Honolulu. Oahu; $850. Hook 230. pago
otherwise, to send for the person so 413. Dated February 1, 1902.
refusing, and If such refusal ho pcr- Henry Wntorhnuse &Company to
slated In to commit Biich person to' J- T. Schneider; rclenso; lot 32. block
prison, thero to remain at hard labor A of Grant 3400. Kulaokahiin, Hono
until he will consent to serve accord- ,,IUI- Oahu; $900. Hook 230, pago
Ingtolaw. And In ciiHo such person so 4,4;f Hated February 1. 1902.
boimil im nfm-PMilil ulmll limn rninrnn,! w- XI Campbell, by trustee, to J.
to tho service of such master In nhr.ll.lT' SOnidders; releaso; lot 32. block
en i ...ri, nr.w nf ,,m, mn,i.ii
nn.l hll nin ..iHf.iTv LT,. .7.
self from such service without the
leave of his master, such district
magistrate may nnc sucn oncnucr for
the first offense not exceeding $5, nnd
for tho S"ccond offenso not exrcedlng
$10; nnd In default of payment thereof
such offender Bhall be Imprisoned tit
hard lubor until such linn Is paid; and
for- every subsequent offense thereaf
ter the offender shall bo Imprisoned a',
hnid labor not exceeding tin oo
months, and at the expiration of any
,... I. H.nnl ....'
shall nrdrr such offender to be restor
ed to his master to serve for the re
mainder of Midi original term of sri
vlce. I-ilioreiH are enshneil nnd ran be Im
prisoned under this l.iw. and one was
lu this sugnr company's case.
I rejohe to state that nhout a year
ago thero was placed on the tamo
bench a Mr. Justice Galbralth, from
the good Htnte of Indiana, who utterly
repudiates. In the dissenting opinions
that he writes, these Republican adju
dications and holds, as he should, that
the Constitution follows the flag. (Ap
plause,) I know of no rases but these which
"1 hae cited the one In Hawaii nnd
the other In Join- where an American
Judge or official, civil or military, has
ever held that the thirteenth amend
ment did not prohibit slavery within
the, limits of American domain. It ap
plied nnd destroyed the system of
peonage In the Territory nf New Mexi
co; it wnH applied In Alaska, nnd an
Indian slave was given his freedom In
an opinion found In Thirty-first Fed
eral Reporter, written, ns I remember,
by Justin- Hanson, and the question
has never brcn presented to the Ku-
preme Court of the I'nlted States, so
far as I recall, that that court did not
hold that thn thirteenth amendment
applied throughout the territory of tho
I'nlted Stutes. nnd that the Jury rights
that were denied In this rase in Hawaii
weio rights which the people In each
nnd all of our Territories wore entll'eO
to have us rights guaianteeil to their,
under and by virtue of the Const itu
tlon. 1 am glnd to stato that In n recent
case, In writ of habeas corpus proceed
ings, Mr. Justice Eslee, of the Fcilr-r.it
bench, has rovcised thn opinion of thi
Supreme Court In tho Hawaii ease
which I huve heen discussing, and
holds that the opinion of Mr. Juttleo
Galbralth, a Demorrat, Js conert. An
appeal has been prosecuted In tho Ms
wati case, and It stands now for Ilia
hoon before the Supreme Court of 11. c
United States. But no right of appeal
Is given In thn eases In tho Philippine
Islands to tho Supreme Court of the
Young Physician What Is your
Young Lawyer Domestic economy.
"There are forty counties In Texas
whero they haven't a slngie lawyc."
"No wonder some of those enthusias
tic Tmans cnll their State an earthly
paradise." Cloveland Plain Denier.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the largest ana best pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
Recorded February 24, 1902.
P. HoJohn Kal nnd wife to A 11
Lobcnsteln; exchange deed; Interest
In piece land near Front street, Hllu.
Hawaii. Book 231, page 135 Dated
January 4, 19oo.
A. II. Lobcnsteln and wlfo to P.
Itojohn Kal; exchange deed; Interest
In portion Kill. 463, l'unahon 1st. I lily.
I law nil. Book 234, pago 13S. Dated
January 4, lBuo.
Mole Kennu to M. K. R K Al.'nn.
deed; one ncre land, Ponahnunl. Hllu,
Hawaii; $100. Book 231. page 133.
Dated February 15. 1902.
Oeorgo Rosa et nl. to Isaac Testa,
mortgago; property, Kallhl, Honolulu.
Oahu; $600. Hook 232, pago 159. Dat
id January 21, 1902.
Zcbedalo Uaia to Nell Campbell.
deed; ono acre, R. P. 4719. Kill. 10-
490, Walapuka, North Kohala. Hawaii.
II. Hook 234, page 139. Dated Feb
ruary 17, 1902.
Tnmmar Dolron to Neil Camnhell.
deed; one acre of It. P. 4719, Kul. 10-
j, Wnlnpuka, North Kohala, Hawaii.
$100. Hook 234, page 140. Dated Feb-
nary 17, 1902.
Peter Dolron to Nell Campbell.
deed; Interest In one aero land of II.
4719, Kul. i0190. Wnlnpuka. North
Kohnla, Hawaii; SI. Hook 231, page
110. Dated February 17. 1902.
Trustees Estate 11. I. Hlshop to
James Stownrd; deed; Ap. 2, Grant
111. Mnnon, Honolulu, Onhn, 11200
Hook 231, page 141. Dated December
W. P. Hoopa and wlfo to James
Knnoho nnd wife; deed; portion R. P.
1302, Piiiinul tract, Honolulu, Oahu;
$360. Hook 234. page 142. Dated Feb
niary 21, 1902,
K. C. Mallnn nnd wlfo to Lizzie K.
Keola; deed: portion R. P 4175. Kul.
7M3, Knuliiwcla, Honolulu, Oahu;
$500. Hook 234, pago 141. Dated Fob
ruary 15, 1902.
John itcnala and wlfo to J Knlcwo,
In R. P 4301. Kul.
15C4. Pauoa. Honolulu. Oahu. $1 Hook
"noiuiil, oahu; 11755. Hook 234
pago 145. Dated February 3, 1902.
II. O. Ilels to Portuguese Mutual
IienclU Society; mortgage; portion
block 11, Pearl City, and piece land,
Aianana, Ewa. Oahu; $1400. Hook 236,
page 32. Dated February 20, 1902.
Sol. Mt'hcuta and wife ct nl. to
Moreno K. Hulu; mortgago; portion
It. P.'s 1462. 1465 and 2894. piece
land. Kawaltoa, Walatua. Oahu; $200.
Hook 230. page 31. Dated February
Daniel K. Hao and wlfo to Moreno
K. Hulu; mortgago; lot 15 of Grant
3761. Kenlakehe, North Kona. Hawaii;
$250. Hook 230, page 410. Dated Feb
niary 21, 1902.
.urnn.1 MP- Kulaokahiia. Honolulu,
"a.n,,! Book 230, pago 414. Dated
KrBt nank of Hllo. Limited
John D. Kcnwehano and wife-'
tease; portion H. P
112. Wnlnken III.
lo, Hawaii; $300. Hook 187, pago 107.
Dated February 20, 1902.
Kauhanc N'nopcopo to Sol Mahelo
na. lease; Ap. 2. R. P. 6639. Kill.
141, Kapalama, Honolulu, Oahu; flf
tern years, rour years at $80; eleven
years at $100. Hook 233. page 88. Dat
ed .-Novcmhor 3(1, 1901.
TfintnttQ l,nnlf tn OM ..,.
r(lnhrnln. ;,'",'." V '....".
INl,hHhl- ,,, lllll-l,
pieces am . llono In hi . On hit- et iin,,v
page 51. Dated February 21. 1902.
A STORY OF CONAN DOYLE.
All this reminds mo of n very pret
ty little story I heard of Connn Doyle
the other day a story very much to
his honor. He has n literary friend,
with whom ho occasionally takes n
golfing expedition. The two set out
for Cromer, whero tberu are wonderful
links, as everybody knows, and their
wrath was Incredible when, nrrlvlng
there on Saturday night, thejr found
thero was no golf to be had on Sun
day. So they walked and tnlked.
Among other things, Conan Doylu'a
friend asked tho great novelist what
he was doing.
"Nothing," wns the terse reply.
"Whnt! are tho public tired of you,
or.h'nve the publishers lost faith in
"Not nt all," replied the creator ot
Sherlock Holmes; "Ihey are clamoring
for ropy on nil sides; hut really I
wnnt to give my brain a rest, and nny-
how I haven't a plot In my head Just
And tho junior writer began to tell
n plot that had formed Itself in his
mind nnd thnt ho contemplated turn
ing Into a story Connn Doylo listen
ed attentively; and, when his friend
had done, asked if he would give him
the plot on condition of sharing the
profits. The young nuthnr, of course.
only too gladly assented. Ami now
the younger author Is calmly drawing
some hundreds It may end In tho
thousands of pounds as the fruits of
that little conversation In th.i Svibath
silence of tho golf links at Cromer.
Lucky man to have met an nutnor ns
honest and as generous as Conan
Doyle. There are plenty of people
who would hnvo annexed tho Idea and
nlvcn no return, either In meal or
malt M. A. P.
Every Day Affords New Proofs of tho
peculiar effects of PAIN-KILLER. In
cases whero a disordered condition ot
the stnmnch, liver and bowels Is com
bined with great debility, nervous
weakness, nnd Intense melancholy, I's
"ffeclB are most bcnenclal and wonder
ful. It should be kept by overy family.
Avoid substitutes, there Is but one
Pnln-Klllcr. Perry Davis'. Price 25c and
"Yes, mum," said the trump, who
had devoured tho second pie. "In tho
old days I used to be an engraver an
If I had the tools"
"Don't let that bother vou," Inter
rupted the old ludy as she picked up
the no and saw "Here are the tools
for a wood-cut. Now get to work."
Get your orders in for the soeelal
Industrial edition. The second edition
Is now ready for distribution
You nave paid for two or three homes during your lifetime.
Especially If you have been paying rent; and we regret that
you lave nothing to show for the money spent In this manner.
v. nave now on sale lots In the beautiful Puupueo Tract,
ni:n contains the finest suburban property In Honolulu. This
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macadamized streets, artesian water, and the electric ear line
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A. T. HACnNHAMP. Mnnnfjer.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At tho Annual Meeting of the Olo
walu Company, held this 27th day of
February. 1902. at the office of Its
agents, wm. G. Irwin & Co., tho fol
lowing officers were elected to Btrvc
for tho ensuing year:
W. G. Irwin President
W. M. Glffard ....Vice President
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.
Secrctnry Olowalu Company.
Honolulu, February 27, 1902.
ELECTION OF OFFICER8.
At the Annual Meeting of tho Wal
manalo Sugar Company, held at tho
office of its agents, Wm. G. Irwin &
Co., Ltd., on the 27th day of February,
1902, tho following officers were elect
ed to serve for tho ensuing eynr:
Wm. G. Irwin President
W.' L. Hopper .... Vice President
W. M. Glffard Treasurer
H. M. Whitney, Jr Secretary
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
Tho above, with the exception of
the Auditor, comprise the Board of
" H. M. WHITNEY. JR..
Secretary Walmanalo Sugar Co.
Honolulu. February 27, 1902.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the Annual Meeting of tho Hllo
Sugar Company, held this 27th dny of
February, 1902. the following officers
were elected to servo for tho ensuing
W. G." Irwin President
W. M. Glffard ....Vice President
H. M. Whitney, Jr.. .Sec. &. Treas.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
Tho above, with tho exception of the
Auditor, constitute thn Board of Di
rector.). H. M. WHITNEY, JR.,
Secretary Hllo Sugnr Company.
The adjourned annunl meeting of
the Btc-dOolders of tho PIONEER
MILL COMPANY. LIMITED, will bo
hold at tho oflleo ot II. Hackfeld k
Co.. Ltd.. in Tuesday. March 4th. 1902,
nt 10 o'clock a. m. F. KLAMP.
My offlco will bo closed until the
26th of March, during my absence at
DR. M. E. GROSSMAN.
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ISLAND OF MAU .
At the Annual Meeting ot the
ttotkholdcrs ot the llono Us a Sugar
Company, held at the offices of F. A.
Schacfcr & Company, in this city, on
this day. tho following officers were
F. A. Schaefer President
W. H. Dalrd Vice President
Edward Pollltz !d Vice Pres.
W. Lanz Secretary
H. Schwatzy . .Astt. Secretaty
H. Focke Treasurer
Board of Directors F. W. Schaef
er, W. H. Balrd, Edward Pollltz, W.
Lanz, H. Schwartzy, H. Focke, E. A.
Mclnerny, F. Lewis and W. L. Hopper.
February 27. 1902. 2082-Jt
At tho adjourned annual mooting
of tho stockholders ot the Hawaii Mill
Company, Limited, held at tho offlco
of II. Hackrcld k Co., Ltd., Honolulu,
on Wednesday, February 26, 1902, the
following ofllcers were elected to servo
during the ensuing year:
J. F. Hackfeld President
H. A. Isenberg Vice President
W. Pfotenhauer Treasurer
F. Klamp Secretary
Armln Haneberg Auditor
the above oHlccrs also constituting tho
Board of Directors,
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At tho Annual Meeting ot the trus
tees or tho Chlneso United Society,
held on January 31, 1902, the follow
ing officers were elected to serve for
tno ensuing year:
Wong Kwal President
Chong Mee Hlng ..Vice Preldent
LI Cheung Secretary
Chong Pak Shan . .Asst. Secretary
Ylm Quon Treasurer
Lau Tong Asst. Treasurer
Secretary Chinese United Society.
Honolulu. T. II.. Feb. 22. 12.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO, LTD.
Stockholders arc hcroby Ratified
that by resolution of the Board of ill
rectors tho remaining treasury stock,
amounting to 700 shares, Is now o tru
ed for subscription at par.
Stockholders bavo tho privilege ot
subscribing pro rata ot their present
All stock not applied for fey March
1, 1902, will be allotted to such stock
holders or others ss may have made
application for same.
Honolulu, February 1, 1902.
Intending steerage passengers from
Honolulu for United States porta are
hereby Informed that until further no
tice tho undersigned will not book ap
plicants for passago by tho steamers
for which thoy aro agents, unless saJd
passcngorB report at their ofnrr at
least nlnn (9) days previous ti thr
scnedulcd date of sailing. i Further la
formntlon mny bo had upon applica
tion at the offices of
WM. O. IRWIN & CO.. LTD..
II. 1IACKFF.LD 4 CO.
WAIANAE COMPANY, LIMITED.
The Adjourned Annual Mediae of
the Stockholders of tho Walanae
Coiopary, Limited, will be held nt the
oflleo of J. M. DowHCtt, Merchant
"treet. on Monday. March ?d. 1902, at
1 o'clock a. m. J. M. DOWSKTT.
Honolulu, T. H February 25th, ISO
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