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Nahlku 8ugar Company, Limited.
BY ORDER of James P. Morgan, vice
president or tho Nahlku Sugar Com'
'pany. Limited, a special meeting of
tho stockholders 'Will be held on Mon
day, March 31st, 1902, at 2 o'clock p.
ni., In tho room abovo tho offices of
Messrs. Castle & Cooke, Limited, Ho
nolulu, for the purpose of considering
a proposition from (ho liana Planta
tion (or the leasing of property of the
Nahlku Sugar Company and matters
All stockholders are earnestly re
quested to attend this meeting, and
those who cannot be present arc re
quested to send their proxies.
Secretary Nahlku Sugar Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, March 22d, 1902. 2102-Dt
Intending steerage passengers from
Honolulu for United States ports are
hereby Informed that until further no
tlco the undersigned will not book ap
plicants for passage by tho steamers
for which they aro agents, unless said
passengers report at their office at
least nine (9) days previous to the
scheduled date of sailing. Further In
formation may bo had upon applica
tion at tho offices of
WM. Q. IRWIN & CO., LTD.,
H. IIACKFELD & CO.
' 2079 tf
A special meeting of tho stockhold
ers of tho Honolulu Rapid Transit A
Land Company will be held at tho As
sembly Room, over the offices of Cat
tle & Cooke, 'Limited, on April 6th,
j. 02, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the pur
pose of considering a proposition to
amend the By-Laws and to provide for
J. A. OILMAN,
Secretary Honolulu Rapid Transit
& Land Company.
A CHANCE FOR THOSE DESIRING
A GOOD HOMESTEAD.
FOR SALE At a reasonable figure,
a freehold estate at Walomau, near
Walohlnu. Tho property consists of
a substantially built nnd well-furnished
house with a good water .supply;
also cartsbeds, servants' quarters, di
vision fences for safe handllng'of cat
tle and 353 acres of land, 147 acres of
tho land adjoins house and there is a
privilege to secure 104 acres contig
uous. There Is on the land fenced
portions containing coffee, orange and
other fruit trees In bearing. All the
lands are alongside or near to the Gov
ernment road. Nearly alt tho land has
substantial stone fences. With the
above go all cattle, horses and pigs,
wagons, etc., etc. For particulars ap
ply to CHAS. MEINECKE,
Walohlnu, Kau, Hawaii.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the regular annual meeting of
E. l'eck & Co.. Ltd.. held on Friday,
.larch 28th. 1902, tho following office.-
nnd directors were duly elected for
the ensuing year:
E. Peck... President and Manager
W. Woltera Vice President
C. C. Conradt
Secretary and Treasurer
N. E. Gedg Auditor
Tho abovo Officers, together with
C. J. Campbell, constitute the Board of
Directors. C. C. CONHADT,
Secretary E. l'eck Co.. Ltd
Honolulu, March 29th, 1902.
Mr. Frank W. Aust lias no authority
to sell or exchange Snltk Premier
typewriters In my aaate.
C. W. MAOFARLANE.
Sole Agent for the Territory f
Office at Washington Light C.
Parties visiting Lanalna and the Isi
and of Maul In general can secure suit
able conveyances and csreful drivers
at the PIONEER STABLES, Lanalna,
Island of Maul,
Commercial men will be carefully
looked after with suitable rigs.
I hereby give, notice that I shall not
bo responsible for nny debt contracted
In my name without my written order.
J. MAHIAI KANEAKUA.
Honolulu, March 12, 1902.
fY W. C. Achi & Co.
AND DEALER8 IN
We will Buy or Bell Real Estate In
all pans ot the group.
We will Sell Properties on Reason
able Commissions. Tel. Main 125.
10 WEST KINO STREET.
DECKER, FERNANDES & GO.
Real Estate Agents.
We also make a specialty of enlarging
Office, cor. South and King Streets.
P. O. Box 321; 'Phone 252 Main.
DR, WM. G. ROGERS,
SURGEON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Exclusive
REMOVED to new office, 1146 Ala.
kea Street, ono. Hawaiian Hotel.
Hours, 9 to 12, 3 to 5:30, 7 to 8; Sui
days, 9 to i.
Dr. Archibald. Sinclair.
Offices RoomB 208-209 Boston build
ing. Fort Street.
Telephones Office, Main 385; Res
tdence, White 2861.
Hours 11 a. m. to 1 p. m.; 3 to 8
p. m.; 7 to 8 p.m.; Sundays, 12 to 2 p.K).
P. O. Box 801.
IN CITY CHURCHES
Central Union Church Rev. Wil
liam Klncald, paBtor Sunday Bchool
and Bible class, 9:60; public worship
and sermon, 11; Y. P. S. C. E. prayer
meeting, 6:30; evening services at
7:30; weekly prayer meeting, WedncsH
day, 7:30 p. m.
Special Easter service, morning and
evening, 11 a. m., 7:30 p. m. All offer
ing over and above the avcrago
amount will be given to the American
Board for Foreign Mission Work.
6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor Ser
vice. Subject, The Risen Life; Christ
Ours. Leaders, Miss Florence Yar
row, Mr. Charles Frazlcr.
St. Andrew's Cathedral The Rt
Rev. the Bishop of Honolulu, Parish
Prlest,.the Rev. V. H. Kltcat 7 a. m.
Holy Communion; 10 a. m., Sunday
school; 10:30 a. m., morning prayer.llt-
any and sermon; (on the last Sunday
in the month, choral celebration ot the
Holy Communion); 3:30 p. m., pule
ahlahl; 7:30 p. m., evening prayer
Second Congregation Rev. Alex.
Mackintosh, pastor. Services at 9:45
a. m. and 6:30 p. m.
St. Clement's Chapel, Puna-
hou Holy Communion: The first Sun-
day of the month, 11 a. m.; all other
Sundays, 7 a. m.; morning prayer, with
sermon, 11 a. m.; evensong, 7:30 p. m.
The electric cars pass the door. All
scats are free.,. The chapel Is served
by the Rector of Honolulu.
Christian Church E. S. Muckley,
pastor Residence, 650 Beretanla St.;
telephone Blue 1601.
4 p. m. Easter service In the Gos
Preaching at 11 a. m., on "Seeking
the Living Among the Dead," and at
7:30 p. m. on "The Moral Effect of
Obedience." Bible school at 9:45 n.
m. Junior Society at 3:30 p. m. Young
People's meeting at (1:30 p. m. All are
cordially invited to these sen Ices.
Roman Catholic Cathedral The
Bishop ot Panopolls Low masses, ho
ly communion, 6 and 7; children's
mass, with native sermon, 10:30; rosa
ry, with native instruction, 2; solemn
vespers and benedictions, 8; week
days, low mags, 6 and 7.
Methodist Episcopal Church Cor
ner Beretanla and Miner streets Rev.
O. L. Pearson, pastor.
Subjects for today's services: 11 n.
m., "Conditions of Success in Spirit
ual Work;" 6:30 p. m., "A Great Awak
ening;" 7:30 p. m., "God's Call and
Promise to the Spiritually Dead."
Weekly Services Sundays, public
worship and sermon, 11 a. m. and 8:30
p. m.; Sunday school, 10 a. tc.; Ep
worth League devotional service, 6:30
p. m. Wednesday, prayer meeting.
Monthly Meetings First Monday,
2:30 p. m Woman's Home Missionary
Society"; 7:30 p. m., Epworth League
business meeting; first Tuesday, 7:30
p. m., Methodist Men's Club; third
Friday, 2:30 p. m.. Ladles' Aid So
Parsoiage adjolalnc the church.
A welcome always, to all.
St, John the Baptist Church At Ka
Uhlwaeaa. St. Augustine Chapel (Roman Cnh
ollc). Walklkl Every Sunday of the
year at 8:30 a. m., holy 'mass with
sermon; at 3 p. m., Sunday school, o
8ary. During Lent: Every Friday at
3 p. m , Stations of the Cross.
German Lutheran Church Rev. Mr.
Felmy, pastor; 1032 King street 0 a.
ra., Sunday school; 11 a, m., congrega
Deutsche Evangelised Lutherlsche
Klrche Pastor Felmy, 1032 King St.
Sonntag, 10 Uhr, Klndergottes-
dlcnst; 11 Uhr, Qemelnde Gotten
Christian Science Services Regu
lar Sunday services at 11 a. m., and
Wednesday services at 7:30 p. m.;
room 8 Oregon block.
The Reoroanlzed Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints Mllllaril
The Walklkl Inn has tried to sur
pass even its usual excellent cuisine
and In another column presents a bill
of fare calculated to please the most
fastidious of epicures.
Dinner, Aiarcn au. istu.
Olympln Cream of Oyster. Consomme.
Raked llnllbut, Italian Style.
Chicken Cutlets mix Champignons.
Lamb Chops Saublse.
Turkey, Cinnberry Sauce.
Prime Ribs of Beef,
Maraschino Jelly. Asorted Cakes.
English Plum Pudding, Hard Sauce.
American nnd Swiss Cheese,
Nuts and Raisins,
Coffee, Tea and Milk.
W. BESWICK. L. H. Dee,
Bulletin. TBc ner month.
Hall (rear of tho Opera House) 9 a.
m., Book or Mormon class; 10 a. m
Sunday rchool; 11 a. m., preaching
(Hawaiian); 6:30 p. m., Zion's Rcllglo
and Literary Society; 7:30 p. m.,
preaching, English service,
Maklkl Chapel On Klnau street'
Preaching service, S a. m.
Chinese Church (Congregational)
Rev. Eward W. Thwlng, acting pastor
Sunday school, 9:30; preaching ser
vice., 11; Sunday school in English,
2:30; evening service, 7:30; Wednes
day, prayer meeting, 7:30.
Japanese Church (Congregational)
Nuuanu street, Rev. T. Okumura
pastor Sunday school, 10; morning
service, 11; evening service. 7:30;
Wednesday prayer meeting, 7:30.
Japanese M. E. Church O. Motokn-
wa, pastor Sunday school, 10; morn
ing service, 11; evening service, 7:45;
class meeting, 8:30; prayer meeting,
Wednesday, 8. Services at Kukul St
near St. Louis College. .
Kawalahao Church Rev. H. II. Par
ker, pastor Sunday school, 10; morn
ing service, 11; evening service, 7:30;
preaching in English by Rev. W. D.
Westervclt; Christian Endeavor,
6:30; prayer meeting, Wednesday,
Penlel Mission Miss E. Uddcnbcrg
In charge Meetings aro held In the
hall on Nuuanu street, Just below King
every night of tho week. Sunday
morning at 10 o'clock Blblo study;
Sunday afternoon at 2:30, holiness
meeting; wharf meeting at tho foot ot
Nuuanu street nt 9 o'clock every Sun
day morning. A Scandinavian meet
ing for ladles Is held every other
Wednesday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. In
the Mission Home, 471 Hotel street.
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter
Day Saints (Mormon Church) Punch
bowl street Sunday services: Sun
day school at 10 a. m.; regular ser
vice, preaching, nt 11:30 a. m.; Young
People's Mutual Improvement Asso
ciation, at 7 p. m.; primary meeting,
for children, Friday, at 3 p. m.; Relief
Society meeting at 10 a. m., on Satur
day. All aro respectfully Invited to
attend our meetings and examine our
doctrines. Frca to all; no contribu
tions; services In Hawaiian. Elder
Wm. M Waddaups, In charge.
Seventh-Day Adventlst Chapel
Saturday, Sabbath school at 10 a. m,;
preaching at 11 n. m.; Wednesday,
prayer nnd missionary meeting at
7:30 p. m. All aro welcome, J. II.
Portuguese Evangelical Church
Corner of Miller and Punchbowl Sts.,
Rev. A. V. Soares, pastor Preaching
In Portuguese at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.
m.; Sunday school, 2:30 p. m., con
ducted In English; W. A. Bowen, su
perintendent. Prayer meeting, Wed
Bishop Memorial Chapel Kameha
mcha Schools; Dr. W. B. Elkln, chap
lainServices Sunday mornings atAl,
except on last Sunday In each month;
scrlro at 4 p. m. Alumal and friends
Young Men's Christian Association
Hotel nnd AlaUea streets Henry C.
Brown, general secretary.
Rev. O.I,. Pearson will speak and
Mrs. Annls Montague Turner will ping
at the Young Men's Christian Assocla.
tlon tomorrow afternoon.
The Baptist Society of Honolulu
Regular meeting first Sabbath after
noon of each month at 3 o'clock in
Young Men's Christian Association
parlors. A cordial Invitation is ox
tended to all.
The Kaluwela Sunday School Sun
day school, 1: 30 p. m.
Church of tne Sacred Heart Mar
Tomorrow, fourth Sunday of Lont,
'March 9th, 11 n. m, high mass, with
sermon and collection.
PUNAHOU dill WINS
Following Is tbo rrore of tho match
played u( the bowling pallors yesterday
between the Punahou Athletic Club
and the Honolulu Bowling Club, the
result of n challenge from the Puna
hous to nll-comeig:
P. A. O. 12 3 Tot'l
A. M. Webster, rapt. 106 147.139 392
W. E. Smith 13C 110 164 410
Wm. Williamson 112 U8 147 407
C. A. Klstun 133 99 158 390
W. Armstrong 170 88 132 390
H. II. C.
J. M. Rlggs, capt 12C 160 140 426
E. J. Lord 153 166 120 439
F. A. Potter 120 140 101 364
A. A. Wilder ,408 128 130 367
A. E .Nichols 10( 101 134-342
A return match between tho same
teams will be played on Saturday after
next. Tho Piinnhous have accepted
two challenges one from the Prlmn
team anil the other fiom tho Honolulu
Wonders to be played In tho meantime.
The weekly edition of the Evening
nulletln gives a complete summary
the news of tho day.
I MEM IS mm II EXHIBIT
OLD BUSINESS RESIDENT
PASSES AWAY SUDDENLY
Member of Firm of M. S. Griohiim
& Co. and Resident ofBonolula
For Nearly Forty
M. Loulsson, ono of Hawaii's old
time residents, aged 78, died at the
home ot" Robert Lewers, Walklkl, at
about 9 o'clock Saturday morning. De
ceased was taken suddenly 111 on Sun
day afternoon last and on tho following
morning nn operation was performed
Deceased was born In Prussian Po
land where, early In life, he cnteed the
dry goods business. Ho emigrated to
America in the early forties and was
for a number ot years engaged In busi
ness on the Coast, where he married.
Mr. LoulsBon came to the Islands In
1866 nnd immediately associated him
self In business with M. S. Grlnbaum,
forming the firm of M. S. Grlnbaum &
Co. He remained a steady and faith
ful partner to the end, always com
manding tho respect and confidence of
those with whom he happened to hac
Deceased leaves a widow and six
children four boys nnd two girls to
survive him. They aro Mrs. Mourltz of
Salt Lake City, Mrs. Simons of Port
land, Ore.; Abraham L. and Henry,
now engaged In the coffee planting
business on Hawaii, Julius of Portland,
Ore., and William who makes his home
In San Francisco.
The funeral will take place from the
Masonic Temple at 4 o'clock Monday
afternoon, under the auspices of Ha
waiian Lodge. The lodge Itself will bo
opened at 3:30 o'clock but the services
will not bo until a half hour later.
It Is requested that all flowers be
sent to the Temple this afternoon or
Folldwlng will be the pall beams;
M. S. Grlnbaum, W. F. Allen, F. A.
Sehacfer. J. O. Carter, Captain A. Ful
ler, A. Muhlendorf, Henry Davis and
It was decided at a meeting of direc
tors of tho Hospital for Incurables,
held on Thursday, to proceed at once
with building operations. Rough plans
that had been drawn by William
Mutch were discussed and adopted
with some slight alterations.
The hospital will be erected upon the
slto bought for the purposcvbelng all
of block 49 In Kalmukl tract and con
taining about six acres. There will bes
eight buildings. The construction will
be single partition of tongue and
groove lumber planed on both sides.
This will effectually prevent tho har
boring of rats or any other vermin, be.
aides making It a simple matter to de
stroy any particular building that
might becomo Impregnated wltb nox
Jhcro will be n main building squar
ing back across the northeast corner
of the Int. and In front of It the build'
Ing devoted to cooking and eating pur.
Pobcs. Wings extending on tho north
and cast sides, at right angles to thn
main building, will he tho wards tor
patients, stable, laundry, etc. In 'he
main building will be the reception
room, office, operating room, dispen
sary, etc. Four of the wing structure
will contain wards, two of them open
with twelve, beds each and two divid
ed Into private wards.
More expense wilt be put Into sani
tary arrangements, Including tho
plumbing, than anything else. Abso
lute cleanliness to bo constantly ob
served In every part of the Institution
Is made the chief object of designing
thought. Th elocution Itself has been
unanimously approved by the physi
cians of Honolulu. Its dryness of at-
mosphero and nearness to town are
among the best points In Its fin or.
The grounds will be laid out and. Im
proved gradually. It Is the Idea ot the
directors that the hospital people ma)
raise fruit and vegetables for their own
use. Tho place Is expected to haM)
more a resemblance to a private resl-
denco than a public Institution.
'At tho meeting S. Edward Dnmon,
treasurer, made a statement us ot
that date, showing:
Subscribed to the .endowment 'nnd,
(84,750; to tho equipment fund, 13.1,
200; total, 1139,950.
Paid on first assessments called In:
Endowment fund, S14.C87.50; equip
ment fund, 112,175; total. $26,862,50,
Some payments have been mado since.
Mr, Damon has been spending much
time with Mr. Mutch our tho plans.
Their estimates for buildings and
equipment amount to S20.000, which
with tho cost of th clot will bring the
starting outlay up to (34,000. Mr. Da
mon is anxious to save the difference
between this amount and that sub
fund, fearing tho problem ot malnp
scribed to Increase the endowment
fund, fearing the problem of inalnte
nance more than that of getting the In
stitution Into working order, What It
mainly desired at tho outset Is a pres
ently serviceable hospital.
As Mr. Damon has put the matter to
his associates, .conditions here are such
as maek It advisable to avoid putting
more outlay upon bulldlugs than may
be absolutely required for efficient lim
itation aud to accommodate th? ibiKt
of patients which should go tn such li
hospital. Otherwise they mlu'it fine
themselves runtng a hotel rather than
a home for Incurables.
Just now there aro eighteen pitlciits
In tho Victoria hospital and all inmates
of that Institution will be raiisferi-ori
to tho Home for Incurables oh its ripen
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
TalrA T Bvntlvn TlrntnM flulnfnn TnMnta
.n rtmcelsta refund tha monov if it
of faB t0 cure, k. W. Grove's signature
Is on er.ch box. 25 rnnts.
AT ART ROOMS OF THE
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.
Paintings From Recent Visit to Samoa
and jMany Subjects Taken
Theodore Wores, who has returned
from Samoa, will shortly gle an ex
hlbltlon of his works at the art rooma
of the Pacific Hardware Company. The
entlro space of the department will be
placed nt his service for the purpose.
Besides nearly a score of paintings of
Samoan subjects, Mr. Wores will ex
hibit works ot Hawaiian nnd Japanese,
together with a few- English and Call
fornlan, subjects, There will probably
be from eighty to one hundred pictures
The paintings resulting from the trip
of Mr. Wores to Samoa are cry fine.
although some of them are not quite
completed. They Include various types
of Samoan female beauty engaged In
Industry or diversion. Men In canoes
arc also depleted. Samoan villages
and Individual houses, showing their
peculiarity of construction externally,
and washing sheds standing In water
appear In several ladnscapes, Mr.
Wores' nblllty In coloring, already fa
miliar to Honolulu art critics, receives
strong confirmation In these Samoan
Ono of the largest canvases repre
sents a Samoan girl gathering the ca
cao fruit from which the cocoa of com
merce Is derived, It grows directly
from the tree trunk, somewhat like the
pa pa la.
Mr. Wores speaks admiringly ot the
cleanly aspect of Samoan houses and
villages, this next to godly quality be
ing evident In grounds as well as
buildings. The open spaces between
houses nro swept every few days, Mr.
Wores Is able to entertain callers with
descriptions of the customs, Industries,
etc.. of tho Samoans. He says thnt
they have pasted the critical stage
civilisation might be liable to serious
ly Injure them. The Samoans are not
n drinking people for one thing much
In favor of their preservation.
8UNDAY HAND CONCERT.
Tho band will play the following se
lections at a conceit on the Capitol
grounds this afternoon, beginning at
The Old Hundred.
Overture, Easter Pcttco
Adagio, Sursum Corda (new)
Grand Selection, Faust Gounod
Vocnl Selection, Four Hawaiian Sonpi
Fantasia, Russian Melodies (new) . .
Coronation Anthem, Zadok, the
Priest (new) Handel
Procesnlonel. Ell (now) . ..Costa
Selection. Popular Airs ... . Ludcrs
Tho Star Spangled Banner.
NO FLAT BOTTLES
At the Dinner Table
A Diluter for Wine
STILL wines arc mado spark
ling when mixed with '
white rock water
Thoy are, In this way, given a
rest and life, unequated except
by the best champagne. Tha
diner out or tho gentleman who
must entertain much at his club,
will do well to note that the ta
bio will be supplied with this
water. It Is given a prominent
place on the wlno list of tho
most exclusive clubs tn America,
and has been honored by Presi
dential approval when served at
tbo Inaugural Ball Banquet In
Washington. Tho "palate of epi
cures is gratified to tbo utmost
by WHITE ROCK WATER.
W. G. Peacock & Co., Ltd,
A. A. MONTANO announces tho
"SPRING OPENING" of tho LATEST
MILLINERY. Now and cxqulslto do
8. sua In hats and bonnets.
A line now stock ot Ladles', Misses'
and Infants' Muslin Underwear now on
A. A. MONTANO
Millinery and Dressmaking House,
Hotel 8t. near Fort.
Tel. Main 193.
Jobbing promptly attendM to.
UK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen & Robinson,
Queen Btreet, Honolulu.
M. F. BERTELMAN'S
18 - MOVBD
ro rear ot old stand. Entrance 01
King street Orders loft at either sao
or offlce at John Nott's store, Kla
street, will receive prompt attention.
You have paid for two or three homes during your lifetime.
Especially If you have been paying rent; and we regret that
you have nothing to ehow far the money spent In this manner.
We have now on sale lots In the beautiful Puupueo Tract,
whjsh contains the finest suburban property In Honolulu. Thte
tract commands a magnificent view of mountains and ocean, has
macadamized streets, artesian water, and the electric car line
passes through the property. For any further Information regard
ing prices, terms, etc., addrese
ISLAND REALTY COMFY
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton.
ft Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry. Salmon and Halibut.
FOR 8ALB AT
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of tho above lino, running In connection vrlta the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. & C. and Sydney. N.S.sV
and calling at Victoria, I). C, Honolulu, Suva, FIJI and Brisbane, arc DUE
AT HONOLULU on or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
rrom Vancouver anu Victoria, B. C.
(For Brisbane and Sydney.)
AORANOI APR. 12
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
Curope. Fo Freight and Passage and alt general Information, apply to
Thco. H. Davlcs & Co., Ltd.. Gcn'l Agents.
GLOBE NAVIGATION COMPANY'S
; 8EATTLE-HONOLULU ROUTE."
Conncctlng Direct without transfer with G. N. Ily., N. P. It, and C. P.
It. Lowest rates of freight from all eastern points; shortest possible time.
8. S. EUREKA, from 8eattl APRIL 10
8. 8. TAMPICO, frem 8eattl MAY 10
For further Information address
L. E. BEEBE,
2 Brewer Building, Honolulu. AQENT HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Globe Nav. Co., Seattle, Wash.; P. W. Rochester, 303 Market St, 8. F,
Agents of above roads, will furnish Information.
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
Under and by virtue or a certain
Execution Issued by l.)le A. Dickey,
Second Dlttrlit Magistrate, of Hono
lulu. Island of Oahu, Territory of Ha 1
wail, on thn 19th day or March, A. I).
1902, In re matter or Washington Mer
cantile Company, Limited, vs. 11. Haw-ate,
I havi-, nn this 22d day of March,
A D. 1D02, levied upon and shall ex
pose for sale at public auction, to tho
highest bidders, at tho Pollro Station,
KalaUaua Hair, In said Honolulu, kt
12 o'clcxU noon of Wednesday, tho
30th day of April, A. I). 1902, all tho
right, title and Interest of tho said
II, Kawate In and to tho following de
scribed property, unless tha Judgment
amounting to Nliu-ty-threo and 68-100
Dollars, InteieMs, costs nnd my ex
penses aic previously paid:
(icncral merchandise, consisting of
wearing apparel, Japanese cloth, Jap
anese shoes and slippers, hats and
caps, Kitchen utensils, crockery and
earthenware, pi 0 visions, toys, picture
Frames, shoe brushes, lamps nnd oth
Ono (oiinlcr scalo nnd weights, une
safo and show case.
CHAS. T. Cllll.l.INqWOHTII,
Deputy Sheriff Territory of Hawaii.
Honolulu. Oahu, March 22, 1902.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbqra.
European and American. Dry Goods
Fort and Queen Sts
H. Hackfeld& Co., Ltd,
General Commission Agents.
Vor. Fort and Queen 8treeta, llonolun.
Madame A. Sclioellkupf,
WILL TEACH FRENCH
n classes or private lessons.
Residence Extension of Hotel 8t,
pp. Adventlst Chi"ih.
"General bookbinding, ruling gliding
nmbosslng, maps, charts and artistic
printing at tho UVENINd MULlUTI.n
THE AMOUNT PAD
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 4$,
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
From Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, B. C.)
MOANA. AP. 9
MIOWEHA MAY 7
Seattle and Tacoma
S. S. CALIFORNIAN, 6000 tsns t. sail
For further particulars apply
H, HAGKFELD & CO., Agents,
C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent
505, Corner of Beretanla Ave and Punch
All Work Done By Hand,
Curtains, Lace Silk and Glove Cleaning
AHADIU & CO.
New Map ot Oahu.
CoKipl'tft from Govtrnmtnt Survtyt ml Ourtl.
Midi ot Suttf PUnutloni, Rillwayt, tn4 Odur
SeliiM Sourctt. THB map is lll INCHIS,
with anlftlc coloring ani neit mountlnti. auk
Inr a very imful a wll at ommtntal wall nap
THB prici OP TKI MAP IS Sio oo. Coflaa caa
JAS. T. TAYLOR.
P.IO l.toi m Mil JuJi UullJInr. Honolulu! T, H
01 IMWAtlAN NEWS CO.. LTD
A. 0. WALL, D.D.S.
0. E. WALL, D.D.S.
Lovo Building, Fort Street
Hours, 9 to 4. Telephone Mala SIf
has removed to tha
Arlington Block, Hotel Street,
In the store formerly occupied by -s
II. W. Foster.
Architects, Contractors and ulldr
Hoffman & Riley
P, O. Boa iSa
Geo. W. Page.
K W. Deardslee.
P. O. Boi TTt
BEARDSLEE & PAOH
Architect! and Itulldora.
ornres, i:iilu building, Honolulu, T. H.
Sketches and Correct Estimate Mr
nlshed on Short Notice.
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