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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLULU. It .T TUESDAY, MAncil 18,
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LIGHT ROADSTER-WEIGHT 20 LBS.
The one displayed In our window with the HLUE HEAD.
Guaranteed fop the rood.
E. O. Hall
MOET & CHANDON'S
WHITE SEAL : - : -
was exclusively used nt the dinner given liy President Roosevelt to
Pilme Henr.v following the chrlgtcnlng or the Kalser'H new yacht Me
teor It Is the favorite brand exclusively used by all counolsscui.
H. HAGKFELD & CO., LIMITED
SOLE AGENTS HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
Receiver's Notice of Sale of the
Property of the Kona
IN THK CIHCUIT COUIIT OK THE
KIUHT JUDICIAL CIHCUIT, TEH
R1TOHY OP HAWAII IN EQUI
TY AT CHAM11EKS.
II. V. McChcsney and Sons vs. Kona
Sugar Company, Limited, and The
Klrst American Savings and Trust
Company of Hawaii. Limited
WHEREAS an order was duly maile
In the above entitled matter by the
Honorable A. S. Humphreys, Plrst
Judge nC the Circuit Court of the First
Circuit, mi the l'tli nay of .March,
IW2, authorUlug the unUeiKlKiied, P.
Wuntlc-nberK. Hecelver of the Kona
-Sugar Company. Limited, to sell eer
tain propel ty (herein spetlfirally de
WIIKUKAH It Is theieln ordeied
that the entire pioperty and estate o(
the raid Kona Sugar Company, Limit
ed, be sold by said Iteceler, that Is to
ay. all Its latuls, tenementH and heie
dltaruenti-. all Intel esls in lands, leases
and le-isehold Interests, rlglits of way,
railroads, sugar mill, maelilneiy, build
ings, lumber and materials, tools and
Implements, engines, ems and all Kinds
of rolling stock. Including wagons utul
vehicles of all kinds, crops, harness.
live stock, ngieemenls. contracts, and
ill franchises and rights of said Coin
pany. and the good-will of said Coin
pan. and all other property of said
Cntuiuuy now owucd or hereafter to
be acquired by lrtue and under au
thority theieof, exclusive of choses In
WIII'.IIEAS said Receiver Is author
(zi-d to sell said propel ty for cash, and
WIIEHKAS It Is further ordered that
notice of the time and place of sain
ihall be given by said Hecelver by ad
vertising the liimu for twenty (20)
days In the Dally Evening Uulletln, a
newspaper published In Houolulu, and
the Weekly Hllo Tribune, n newspaper
published in Hllo, Hawaii, and that
uch sale shall be bad at such time
and place as bald Receiver shall In
tuc.a notices of sale appoint, and '
WHEREAS it Is further oidered
that said Hecelver may require before
accepting any bid that the person or
persona making the same shall deposit
firo per cent (5) of the amount of
such bid, and In case said pioperty
ind premises are sold, the purchaser
or purchasers shall foithwltli deposit
with wild Hecelver an additional five
per cent, amounting in nil to ten per
rent 110) 01 the amount of his pin-t-basc,
and at the time and plnie fixed
for the confirmation of the sule, mid
after the same shall bae been con
firmed by the Court, the purchaser or
purchasers of said property shall pay
the amount remaining unpaid of his or
their respective bids to the Hecelver
In God Coin of the I'nlted States of
Amerkn, or be or they may give u
bond for that amount to the said Re-
' .elver with two or mote suietles 'o bo
approved by tbu Court, conditioned
(but he or the) will up to thut amount
, pay such persons as the Couit shall
direct such sums as may in such older
be directed to be paid, and, In such
manner and upon such 'termslas may
lo described therein, nnd that there
upon such purchaser or pm chasers
hall bu entitled to receive possession
of the said pioperty so purchaM-d by
htm or them. Por more particularity
as to the terms of sale, refireuco Is
screby made to said decree.
NOW THEHEKOHE public notice Is
bcieby given that I, P Wiindeuherg,
Receiver aforesaid. In puisuance of the
provisions of bald deciee. Kill, on Sat
urday, the 12th day of April. A. I),
1902, at the hour of 12 o'clock noon,
at the front door of tlo Comt House
of the Judiciary llulldlng (Alllolniil
HalVi), In Honolulu, Island of Ouhu,
Tfrrltoiy of Hawaii, bell nt public line
Hon to the highest bidder 111 accoid
aneniJHrhh the terms and conditions ul
laid, iirt(r,'t tie abov'4 described pron
ity,'laqd 'and piemlses, freed and
4ifchargd J'lom all moilgages, Hens
and charges of every kind and descilp
tftjii spcycr.jnpd, apply the proceeds
thereof ns Is by sncl decree made and
IBIgned) P. WUNDENHERO.
Receiver Kona Sugar Company,
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The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is .the largest and '(teat pub
lished In the TeYrltdry.' Sixteen and
, twenty pages. 41 a year. '
SEEN IT ?
& Son, Ltd.
For Want Column See Pace Six
WANTED Position as nursu by ex
perienced girl, willing to travel. Call
or address It. H., cor. Lanlwal and
Ward Aw. Kewalo. 2098-lw
FOR SALE The furniture of the Fort
Street House Is offered nt private
Snle, House can be rented subject
to approval of landlady. Apply to J.
H. Hall, cor. Port and Vineyard Sts.
TYPEWRITER "I'cerleBs". cost S100
on the Coast, in use three months;
for sale nt n bargain. Address Peer
less, this office. 2098-lw
FOR RENT Furnished rooms; cen
trnlly Icc.Veil. 1040 Punchbowl at.
NEW - TO-DAY
i I heiehy give notice that I shall not
be lesponslblo for any debt contracted
in ni) name without my written order,
1 J. MAIIIAI KANEAKUA.
Honolulu. Match 12. 1902.
LIST OF OFFICERS.
J Hoffschlaeger Company, Limited.
j At the annual meeting uf the Hoff
Echlaogcr Compauy, Limited, held cm
.March 15th. 1902, the following officers
wwc elected to serve for the ensuing
l. Foeke President
C. Maertens Vice President
Robt. F. Lange ,
Secretary and Treasurer
Secretary nnd Tnlsiirer Holt
eclilaegei Company, Limited.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the first meeting or the Wing Wo
Lung Company, Limited, held this day
at the store. No. 21 Hotel sheet, Ho
uolulu, the following officers were
Goo Wan Hoy
........ President and Manager
T. Ah Hlng Vice President
T. Ah King Treasurer
Goo Wo Secretary
Ho Leong . , Auditor
T. Ah Ping, C. Kim Fook, Goo
The above elected off Ictus to net as
(111 ei tors.
Honolulu, .Muich 17. 1902.
Qonsalves & Co.,
- WHOLESALEGROCERS",', , .
( AND WJ.NE MERCHANTS, v 1
i2$'QueerTst., Honolulu. H? l'
TO JI (Ell
An article published In yestei day's
paper about a young lady or Ltllha
street whp was taken to the insnne
asylum, had the elTecl Immediately aft
er the publication uf the paper, ol
causing the authnrltliw at tho Insane
asylum to i cruse any longer to hold
(the patient ns un Inmate, since she
had not been regulatly adjudged In-
Banu by Judge Wilcox according to the
usual method of pioceduie.
All this being true, Dr. Huiuphrls
I who tookrHhe girl to the Insune asylum
had her lemoved to the potlco station.
where she now awaits examination
t-..e la confined In u cell and is totally
devoid of reison. Her name Is Oner
reio and she Is hair Spanish.
The contents of tne candy given the
girl by the young man previous to his
departure fjir the Coast Is not known
linen she ate uvery particle, Ho'wever.
It Is strongly suspected thut the diug
or whatever might have been contain
ed would cnuse a severe mental ills-turbaure.
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Saturday a r to r 6 t of I n u la
Sunday n' i m v I ifi u ii i (
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Monday ,.,. u i 1.6. l IV lo uo 10 )?
Full moon on the 23d nt 4 51 p. m
Tides from tbo United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
nliout on hour earlier than at Ho
Hawaiian Standard Tlmo Is lOh 30nt
slower than Green wclh time, belnp
tout of tho meridian of 157.30. The
tlmo whistle ..own at 1:30 p. m willed
la the samo as Greenwich. Un 0m.
Masters of vessels Balling from thin.
port for San Francisco will find thcro
a branch of the U. S. Hydrographies
Office located In tho Merchants' Ex
change, where Is maintained for their
benefit frco of charge, complete sets
of charts and directions of the world,
latest Information can be obtained re
garding lights, dangers to pavlgatlon
an dall matters of Interest to ocean
Weather Ilurenu, Puliation, March
18. Temperature Morning minimum,
63, Midday maximum, 72,
Ilarometer nt 9 n. m. 29.99. Irregular
Dew Point G.1F.
Humidity at 9 a. In. 90 per cent.
5.15 Inches of rain fall from 1 to 7
o'clock this morning. No icpott since
Diamond Head Signal Station, March
18. Weather cloudy; wind light N.
-Tuesday. March 18.
Str. Nllhau, Thompson 'iom HVna
mnulii. with 0-15-1 bags' of stigur runTl
case of maehtucry.
'.Tuesday, M.irc'i 18.
Str. Klnnu, Freeman, for Hllo nnd
w.iy ports, at noon.
G. N. S. S. Eureka, Weedon, for San
Francisco via Kahulul at 8 p.m. '
Str. Keaubou, Mosber, for Walmea
and Keknha, at 4 p. m.
Str. W. O. Hall, S. Thompson, for
Nawlllwlll. Koloa, Eleele and Hnua
pepe, nt 5 p. m.
Str. Claudlne, Parker, for Maui ports
at 5 p. m. ,
Str, Maul, for Mnhukona, at 5 p. ni.
O, S. S. Alameda, Herriman, for San
Francisco, from Oceanic whatrf at 3
From Hauamaiilu, per str. Nllhau,
March 18 E. P. Hackfclil, D. Kiialhue,
K, Kauai and 3 deck.
PASSENGERS DEPARTED. '
For Hllo mid way ports, per stmr.
Klnaii, .March IS. George lions. C.
Wnlifeyer, I). C. linger. A. V. Shew,
.Mrs. Hevvenstlu, Mrs. Devauchelle and
child. Hlshop Willis. H. Vlrern. Sam
uel Parker. Guy Livingston, Wi II .
Lambert. Mrs. Dr. Raymond, Miss N.
Cuminlngs nnd nurse. W. W. Poster,
A. F. Judd, T. A. Lloyd, Miss Wll
helm, II. Sloan, C. Furneaux, Henry
Hath. F. M. Ilrooks, W. K. Anderson,
Harry Fisher, A. Meyer, It. T Achil
les, I). J. Cashmaii. P. Arioll, D. C.
linger. Dr. 12. L. Hutchinson, A. Gail
ley, W. E. Slctnner, L. II. Dee, Chas.
A. Graham, A. 11. Arthur. Charles
Tea IT, P. Peck. W. II. Lambert, A
C. Hlilgway. N. C. Wllrong. Hon. Po
cllio. C. H. Drown, John Wise. Prince
Cuiiltl. H. A. Allen nnd wife. E. Prick
ett and wife, Miss Waldeer. Miss L.
Nelson, Dr. C. H. Cooper. P. 12. Rich'
nrdson, Geo. Angus. Mrs. D. A. Ren
der. Mrs. J. H. Mackenzie, Mrs. T.
Jllgglus, Master M. Mackenzie.
EH Will i
The Globe Navigation Company"?
steamer Eureka, Captain Weedon, will
sail for Kahulul at V o'clock this
evening to complete her sugar cargo.
It was expected that she would be ablo
to tlnlsh loading heie but island steam
ers have been unable to supply her
sugar In the maimer requited.
Should the Eureka get a full load at
Ivnhiilul, as Is expected, she will proa
ceed direct to San Francisco. Agent
Ueebe has received word that sugar Is
icady for tho Eureka at Kahulul.
There Is some talk of the Globe Nav It
gutlon Company purchasing a small
steamer for the purpose of bringing
sugar from the different Islands to Ho
nolulu to be put aboard the large 'Vcs
Wis of tne'compuny'atblsiport. This
lvoul(ireaVeh'dohrtlraiVf6'r1,on the at
rival of the large" freighters of ho
Globe Navigation Company here, sugar
would bo ready for loading, tho small
fcteamer collecting the sugar from
Maul, Hawaii dud Kauai ports prior to
the arrival of the big boats. The Tam
pIco Is expected from Seattle on Satur;;
day. After she has discharged her
general freight she may have to waif
for a sugar cargo, if a small Inter-1
Island steamer weie owned by the'
company this delay would be done
awny with. Although the talk on tho
watei front la that the Globe people
will send to the Coast for a small
steamer, Agent Ileehe stienuously re
fuses to udmtt that theie Is any truth
In tho story.
Capntu Weedon paid off two mem
lieu of the crew of the Emkii this
moii)liig, tho men being sick New men
weia shipped tu their plates.
Your nmateur photographic work
will ho well done If taken to Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.
"Are you going to have an) thing to
do with the charity ball this year?"
"Well, yes; I'm thinking of being
one of the beneficiaries." -Philadel
J x i
p n. II.
, M CI 1(11
, it a. m.
THE LOOMS OF NEW ENuLAND havo como td bo today tho
wonder of the wfirfd. Yankee skill and Ingenuity Is ablo to dupli
cate the finest productions of England and France, and nt from one
third to onolialf the cost. " ,
How can they do ft? How enn they pioduco a fine, even, sightly
fabric embellished with tho daintiest 6f color printings for so nominal
a sum? Give It up. Tho goods are lieTo to nmazo both you and us.
Adequate description Is utterly Impossible, but tho following hints
DAINTY SWI8SFS Perfect reproductions of tho European origi
nals; you could not tell tho dlrfernce nor could we. The weave nnd
tho color effects are worthy of goods costing several times tho price.
There-are many, many new patterns In this, ever popular fabric.
Tho stylos are Trench but tho product is entirely American.
ISc. BATISTES ISc
Than these nq cloth or color stands Hie laundry better. Tho French
product sells at 30c a yard. These patterns mad; at the mills of Low
ell, Mass., wo guarantee to be as Bolld In colors, as lasting and as
pretty, nt exactly half the price of the foreign materials.
PERCALES No need to say that where a strong, closely woven
wash fabric Is wanted nothing Is quite as good as percale. You have
jour choice of some fifty patterns.
And then there are white goods and printed goods and goods
dyed in the yarn; In fact, no such assemblage of wash goods beauty
has ever been gathered hero befoie. Come and see It.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
BANKRUPT'S PETITION FOR DIS
CHARGE. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOR THE
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
,, w.-i; ,-
In the Matter. of )
Leong Dat Yee, )ln Bankruptcy.
Bankrupt's Petition for Discharge.
To the Honorable Morris M. Estee,
Judge of the District Couit of the
United States for the Territory of
Leong Dat Yee, of Walalua, in tho
iBland of Ouhu, In said Territoiy on
Hawaii, respectfully represents that
on the thirteenth day of Septembe",
A, D. 1901, last past, he was duly ad
judged bankrupt under the Acts ofi
Congress i elating to bankruptcy; that
he has duly surrendered all his prop
pity and tights uf property, and has'
fully complied with all the requlie
inents of said Act nnd of the orders of ,
the Couit touching his bankruptcy.
Wherefore lie prays that he may lie'
deuced by the Couit to have a full'
discharge from all debts provable,
against Ida estate under said Hank I
rupt Acts except such debts as are ex-1
cepted by lnw from biicIi discharge. I
Dated this Mh day u( March, A. D '
LEONG DAT YEE. i
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THEJ
UNITED STATES, FOR THE
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
In the Matter of )
Leong Dat Yee, )ln Bankruptcy.
Order of Notice on Petition for Dis
charge. . )
United States of America,)
Territory of Hawaii. )
On this I7th day or Murch, A. I)
1 902, cm reading the Petition ror DIs
clmue heretofore filed herein, it Is
u del eel by the Court that a hearing
bo had upon the same on the 3tst day
or Match, A. I). 1902, before said Court,
at Honolulu, In bald Territory, "at
lo o'clock In the forenoon; and that
notice thereof be published on March
I8th, 1902. In the, Evening 'Bulletin, a
newspaper printed In said -Territory;,
and (hat all known, creditors and other
persons Interested may appear at tho
said tluiH unu. .place and show cause,
If any they have, why the prnjer of
the said petitioner should not be
And It Is luither ordered by the
Court that the Clerk shall send by
mail to ull known creditors copies of
said petition aud this order, address
ed to them at their places of residence
WITNESS, the Hon, M, M.
Ebtee, Judge of Bald Court,
LSEALI and the Mai theieof, at Ho
nolulu, n said Territoiy, on
the 17th day or March, A,,D,
19J2, W. H. MALING,
Attest. A tl no copy or Petition and
older thereon. W. H. .MALING,
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M, Cunningham. Jno, Sehan'iv
Subswritie for the WEEKLY
GULCK''tX, only .11 per annum
IN THE SUPREME COURT OP THE
TEHRITPRY OP HAWAH-Octo-ber
Term, 1901. Amendment of,
Rule 4. Rule 4 of the Supremo
Courtis amended bo as td read 09
4. Transcript of Evidence. ,
A suitable book shall be kcpt'lu tho
office of tho clerk or the Supremo
Court In which any party, In person
or by' attorney, deslrlng-for use on ap
peal, error or exceptions A transcript
or the notes of evidence taken by a
court stenographer In nny case, may,
after Verdict or decision, cuter bis
name, tho name of the party be repre
sents, the title of tho case, the date of
entry, anil the natno of the stenogra
pher. The clerk shall forthwith give notice
of such entry to the stenographer who
took the notes of evidence In tho case.
The stenographer shall make and
furnish the transcript with all reason
able dispatch In the order of such no
tice unless otherwise directed by a
Justice of the Supreme Sourt or a
Judgo of a Ciicult Court, and shall
note on the transcript tne dato upon
which It Is furnished or tendered and
the name of the perbon to whom It Is
furnished or tendered; provided, how
ever, that In cases In which the ste
nographer Is entitled to payment for
such trauscilpt, he may within flvo
days nfter receiving such.notlco re
quest In writing the party or his attor
ney, who made the entry, to deposit
cash, or furnish security, within ten!
uujn inter Bucn request, sumcieni to
cover tho cost or such transcript, and,
unless such request Is compiled with
'within such time, such entry and no
tice will be or no effect nnd tho ste-.
nographer need not matin, bucIi trans
cript; nnd provided further that after
the stenographer shall have made any
such tmnscilpt for which he Is en
titled to payment ho heed not furnish
the same until paid for, '
In case a party, In person or by at
torney, desires to make or procure a
ranscrlpt or copy of the evidence with
out the aid of tbo court stenographer
for use. on appeal, error or exceptions
be shall obtain from a Circuit Judge
leave to Ble wjtbln a Bpeclfled time
such transcript or copy.
Unless such entry Is mado or such
leave Is obtained within ten days arter
the filing of the notlco of appeal, or
the wilt of error ot bill of exceptions,
and unless such transcript or copy of
evidence Is filed witbtu ten days after
It Is tendered by a court stenographer
or within the specified tlmo when pro-
cuied without the old or a court ste
nographer, Midi transcript or copy of
evidence will not be considered by the
Supreme Court upon such appeal, error
lly the Court;
JB r HENRY SMITH, ,
HonoluhJ,').T."ii;, March, 1 J,102T '
' 2093-lw " 7p
Saturday Afternoon and Evening
Grand Production of u mcpIcs of
Ancient Hnwall.ui lllstoiy adaptbd
for the stage by tho
PONOI DRAMATIC COMPANY
to be pieseuted tu English by Native
Hawaiian. A Melodinma in two nctB,
The Lady ot the Twilight
New Scenes New Custome New Songs
A musical Interlude by the company.
Landing of Lono and His Death
Chaiacters by tho Compauy.
Tickets on sale at Wall. Nichols Co.
65 Queen St.
' On Wednesday, March 19th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street. I
it III sell at Public Auction a few brand
new Rut's of choice varieties consist
1 Axmlnster 12-4x10-6
f Axmlnster 13 x 8-3
1 Axmlnster 10-9x10-8
4- Axmlnsters 3-9x3-6
1, Body Brussels 12 X10-6
1'iBody Brussels ...10 x6
1 Body Brussels '.... 3-9x 3-6
Jas. F. Morgan,
Oil Wednesday, March 19th, 1902
At my salesroom, Go Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction the follow
ing goods which are all now:
Aten's and Hoys Clothing
Ladles'; Men's and Children's SJioea
Tablets," Hair Oil, Stationery
Tailor nuttons. Sewing Machines
Shirtings, Delts, Hats and Caps
White Goqds. Candles, Combs
Jewelry. Snavlng Soap
Muslin Underwear, Sowing Silk
Knives and Porks, Goggles
Tattle $poons. Watch Chains
Tea Spoons, Spectacles
Table Linen. Otis Checks
Toweling, Ribbons .
' JAS. F. MORGAN,
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