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SUNDAY BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 1902.
(("J"1! '! I"M
Nahlku Sugar Company, Limited.
HY ORDEa o( Jamea F. Morgan, vice
president of tho Nahlku Sugar Com-'
pany, Limited, a special meeting of
tho stockholders will bo held on Mon-'
day, March v31st, 1902, at 2 o'clock p.'
m., In tho room above the offices of
Messrs. Castle & Cooke, Limited, Ho-'
nolulu, for tho purpose of considering
a proposition from (he liana Planta
tion for the leasing of property of tho
Nahlku Sugar Company and matters
connected therewith. i
All stockholders aro earnestly re-1
quested to attend this meeting, and
those who cannot bo present are re
quested to send their proxies.
Secretary Nahlku 8ugar Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, March 22.1, 1902. 2102-0t
Intending stecrago passengers from
Honolulu for United States ports aro
hereby Informed that until further no
tice the undersigned will not book ap
plicants' for passago by tho steamers
for which they aro agents, unless said
passengers report at their offlce at
least nlno (9) days previous to the
scheduled date of sailing. Further in
formation may bo had upon applica
tion at the offices of
WM. Q. IP.VT1N & CO., LTD.,
II. IIACKFELD & CO.
A Special Meeting of the stockhold
ers of the OAHU 8UOAR COMPANY,
LIMITED, will bo held at the olTlco of
II. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Honolulu, oa
Wednesday, March 26th, 1902, fr tho
purposo of considering a deed to bo
given to tho United States Oovernment
of a portion of Mokuuneumo or Ford's
Island. F. KLAMP,
A CHANCE FOR THOSE OEURINOk
A GOOD HOME8Tt y'
FOR SALE At a reasonable-figure,
a freehold catato at Walomau, near
Walohlnu, The property consists of
a substantially built and well-farnlsh-cd
house with a good water supply;
also cartsheds, servants' quarters, di
vision fences for safe bnndltng of cat
tle and 353 acres of land, 147 acres of
tho land adjoins house and thero is a
prlvllego to secure 104 acres contig
uous. There Is on tho land fenced
portions containing coffee, orange and
other fruit trees In bearing. All the
lands are alongsldo or near to the Gov
ernment road. Nearly all the land has
substantial stone fences. With the
above go all cattle, horses and pigs,
wagons, etc., etc. For particulars ap
ply to CHA8. MEINECKE,
Walohlnu, Kau, Hawaii.
Mr. Frank W. Aust has no authority
to sell or exchange Smith Premier
typewriters In my name.
C. W. MACFAHLANB,
Sole Agent for the Territory of
Office at Washington Light Co.
Parties visiting Lahalna and tho Isl
and of Maul In general can secure Butt
able conveyances and careful drivers
at the PIONEER 8TADLE8, Lahalna,
Island of Maul.
Commercial men will be carefully
looked after with suitable rigs.
I hereby glvo notice that I shall not
be responsible for any debt contracted
In myname without my written order.
J. MAHIAI KANEAKUA.
Honolulu, March 12, 1902.
The Bulletin, 75cts, per month
LEADS THE WORLD
Smith Premier Typewriters..
Sold on installment plan.
Special attention paid to re
pair work of machines of all
makes by an expert from fac-
tnrv. Alan nltnnllua fni- alt v.n.
--' chines on hand.
G. W. MACFARLANE, Sole Agent for the Territory of Hawaii
Office at Washington Light Co.
CAPITAL OF $65,350,000
IN NEW INCORPORATION
National Railroad Company of Mexico
To Build and Operate a Road
From Teias to City
Salt Lake, Utah, March 11. Articles
of Incorporation were filed with the
Secretary of State today of tho Nation
al Itallroad Company of Mexico. Tho
capitalization Is placed at (65,350,000,
and tho object Is stated to be to build
and operate a railroad line from Lare
do. Texas, to the City of Mexico.
Tho articles of Incorporation stato
that In order to reach the City of Mexi
co the company will purchase the San
Luis do la I'az y I'osos Hallway Com
pany's line from near Dolores Hidalgo
to San Luis dc la I'az, and an uncon
structcd line from San Luis de la I'az
to I'osos and from Dolores Hidalgo to
Guanajuato, nil In the State of Guana
It la also stated that the company
will also buy tho Mexican National
Railroad Company's properties, includ
ing Its main line, known as the Inter
national, extending from New Laredo,
State of TamullpcB, Mexico, to the
City of Mexico, together with a num
ber of branch lines. The International
is 840 miles In length and the total
length of the new company, Including
branches, will be about 1600 miles.
It Is also stated that the company
was Incorporated In Utah for the rea
son that the laws of this State arc moro
favorable to the enterprise than the
laws of many other States. The ori
ginal articles of incorporation of tho
National Itallroad Company were filed
here on February 24, but the fact has
cot been given out until today. The
articles filed today aro an amendment
to the original articles, which fixed tho
tapltal at $200,000. Among railway
officials In this city it is believed thatj
the new company la backed by tho
Washington, March 14. Tho Secre
tary of tho Treasury has announced
that he will discontinue for the pres
ent tho purchase of United Stato
bonds of the 5 per cent loan of 1901,
the 4 per cent funded loan of 1907, tho
3 per cent loan of 1908-1918 and tho 4
per cent loan of 1925, such discon
tinuance to take effect at the close oi
Tho Secretary belioves tho price ol
bonds Is undesirably high and that
tho effect of the Oovernment being per
manently In tho market stimulates and
helps to maintain this price, to tho
prejudice of national bank circulation,
Banks are said to be retiring circula
tion as rapidly as possible, presumably
for tho purposo of selling the bonds
now on deposit at present prices, or for
the purposo of using tbcm with the
treasury as security for Government
deposits. In making Government dc
pbslts (he Secretary Is disposed to dis
criminate in favor of such banks an
maintain their circulation and by
these two methods he hopes to over
come tho tendency to retlro bank circulation.
On Ship Subsidies
, San Juan. Porto Illco. Mar. 13. Ad
vices received here from Venezuela say
the condition of tho revolution In that
country Is unchanged. The revolutl n-1
ists nrc very active and It Is reported
that they lately had successful engage
ments with tho Government troopr
near Carupano, at Oulrla and at Pilar,
but that they have not yet captured
any ports or cities .
Kodaks, cameras and all supplies al
ways to be found at Honolulu Photo
Washington, Mar. 13. After tho
passage of a considerable number ol
unobjected bills today the Senate re
sumed consideration of the ship sub
sidy measure. Ilerry of Arkansas, a
member of the Commerce Committee,
which reported the bill, made a Ugor
ous argument in opposition to it.
Hanna replied to some of the points
made by Ilerry and a brief rolloiuy
ensued, participated In by Hanna, Iler
ry, Spooncr and Clay.
"To say," declared Hanna. with some
warmth, "that tho Senators on this
side of the chamber who are favoring
this measure arc thereby fostering a
power to build up a monopoly or to fa
vor any syndicate Is unfair. If a news
paper report Is to be taken an proof in
sustain tho statements that have been
made It Is hardly worthy of considera
tion. Not ono ton of theso foreign
built vessels. If purchased by Ameri
cans, could be admitted to American
register or receive any benefit under
tho ship subsidy bill and no one knows
that better than the Senator from Arkansas."
NEGROES EXPECT TO
GET SOME OFFICES
Premier and Foreien Minister at
Copenhagen Says Denmark Acted
In Best Interests of All
Copenhagen, March 13. Confidential
reports received hero frqm tho Dan
ish West Indies declare thero Is In
tenso excitement among the negroes
of thoso Islands ocr the sale owing
to their belief that it will mean univer
sal suffrage and office-holding. There
nre fears of Insurrection and serious
trouble, according to these reports, If
tho treaty Is defeated.
The treaty providing for the sale of
tho Danish West Indies to Iho United
States came up for tho first time in
open session In the Folkethlng today.
The Premier and Foreign Minister,
Dr. Dcuntzcr, replying to several
speakers, said Denmark acted In tho
best Interests of the Islanders In ne
gotiating the treaty. Denmark, In fact,
was merely rcceMng compensation
for her obligations In connection with
tho Islands. The United States had
acted In the best faith and friendli
ness throughout the negotiations. The
Minister felt sure the great republic
could and would glvo tho Islanders a
better position In the world than thoy
had enjoyed before.
KAUAI STORK OWEPT.
Captain Moaner of the steamer Kc
Au I Iou which arrived from Kauai yes
terday morning, says that a heavy
storm prevailed all over the Garden
Isle when his boat left.
The Walmea river, according to Cap
tain Mother, rose to sn unusually high
point In a very short time. Consider
able damage Is said to have been done.
A cloudburst Is supposed to havo caus
cd the sudden rise.
SUQAR ON HAWAII.
When the Klnau left Hllo the fol
lowing sugar awaited shipment on Ha
waii Waiakca. 8500; Hawaii Mill Co.,
2000; Wanaku, S000; Onomea, 14,000;
I'epeekco, 9000; Honomu, 9000; Haka
Jail, 20,000, Laupahoehoc, 1500; Hono
koa, 4000; Punaluu, 6000.
Tho sponge yield in Florida last
year amounted to 3G5.00O pounds,
You havo paid for two or three homes during your llfttlm.
Especially If you have been paying rent; and we regret that
you fvavs nothing to show for the money spent In this manner.
THE AMOUNT PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
We have now on tale lot In the beautiful Puupueo Tract,
which contains the finest suburban property In Honolulu, Thla
tract commands a magnificent view of mountain! and ocean, haa
macadamized streets, artesian water, and the eleotrio car tin
paea through the property. For any further Information regard
ing price, term, etc., address
ISLAND REALTY CONIP'Y
304 JUDD BL7IL.DINO.
New Stock of
Wright & Ditson
1902 Tennis Balls
Tennis players will And our stock
of goods complete and of tho highest
grade. Wo havo also received some
thing that will Interest baseball play
ers, consisting of a full line of
Sporting goods of all kinds always
In stock, for Oolfcrs. Tennis riayers,
Football Players, Ilaseball Players,
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
v were personally selected
"4 by the manager, Mr. Er
lfcb, and wo aro proud of
them. Every department
has new novelties and
will havo for Borne time
to come.N Everybody cor
Bhould miss seeing our
handsome display of
goods this week. Space
will not permit us to men
tion ewry line, but our
ctcrkK and tho manage
ment will be pleased to
show you through every
Great Spring Announcement
u.v.uj , uu uu,iv,o a nwoiai opi iuiuiii& ui nuc maid idi: .rum ureai oniain, r ranee ana uermany, Desiaes me great snowing or mgn uiass American
Weaves. The Prices are lower than we have ever offered on goods of equal merit, and the whole stock far superior to any we have yet handled. Here
are a few Special Items for this week's selling, commencing MONDAY MORNING.
SILK SALE 60c per yd
Tho most exquisite, novelties In
dainty patterns of wash Bilks; In tho
latest color combinations; very desii
able for street dresses, kimonos and
Bhtrt waists. On salo j j
this week at DUG 3 jOi
FOULARD SILKS 75c a yd
Excellent display and large rango
of exclualvo patterns In dress lengths,
fine quality. On salo -jrn ufi
this week at (DC 3 jO
Satin Finish The Latest
Very attractive and suitable for
waists, street d losses and evening
wear. On sale this 01 flfl
week at OliUU
A dainty texture and of now pat
terns. The ground Is composed of mus
lin with latlcu stripes, In a now
weave; tho deslun very original and
in appeaianca hardly distinguishable
from the most oxpensivo Ideas of for
eign materials. On salo ,
this week at ZOC 3 J
Especially adapted for flno wnlsts,
tho choicest of foreign fabrications
On Balo this week .- ,
at 45c a yd
Embroidered Swiss muslin Is tho
most desirable fabric for tho prevail
ing stylos of ladles' dresses, and Is
eminently suitable for warm climate.
? .::':.. i'.".8...:: 25c a yd
Excellent assortment In plain colors
as well as In fancy patterns. Tho very
latest novelties. On sale -
this week at ZOC 3 yd
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
at 60c a yd
Handsome lino of tills season's
stlcB, alluring dcrlgns. nn
On salo this week ...at DUC 3 )
Ladles who dcsliu a fabric of choic
est patterns, texture and finish, will
find these to be the highest Ideals of a
faney weave. We have an especially
largo stock In this line to choose
from. On sale this week...... at from
25c to 45c per yd
Large number of patterns suitable
for ladles' and children's iliusscs.
Special this week , ,
t 10c a yd
LADIES' FANCY COMBS
Every stylo of manufacture repre
sented, new ideas In side combs, huK
combs and pompadour eombs,
! LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS
I New pliuio skirts, new linen skirts.
I new wash sklits. und a handsome lino
I or ladles' light eight Mail; cheviot
Ono hundred ladles' -jrn nonL
crash underskirts... at IOC 83011
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES
Miles nf the daintiest and prettiest
creations of theso rfoojs. You must
see them to appreciate tho values.
O & 0. Utiles' Waist
AH U tC If. I
at Z0C e&'CH Suppoitcra
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY
MODEL BLOCK, FORT STREET, NEAR BERETANIA
Of KrnUh manufacture and, al
though wry delicate in texture, pos
sesses great durability Full lino of
fancy Btrlp"s and a great variety of
raised eorded effects. On ,
sale this week ... .at QC 3 yfl
This will be a button season, 1000
gross of pearl buttons of every site.
Special this week , .at c ,
The buttons are all per- 0C 3 QOZ
feet; no seconds in this lot.
Entirely new lino of
W. B. CORSETS
curtetH at )UC 6300
Excellent now line In fine gl
silks nnd great arloty of handles