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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. It. T., FRIDAY. ArillL 4, ISM.
Mortgagee's Notice of Fore
closure and Sale.
In accordance with a power of Bale
contained In a certain mortgage made
by Jane Clark, of Honolulu, Island of
Oahn, Territory of Hawaii, to the
I'lono.'r Building and Loan Association
of Hawaii, dated September 29th, 1000,
and recorded at the ItoglBter Office,
Oahu, in liber 215 on pages 485 to 4m,
notice Is hereby given that said mort
gagee Intends to foreclose said mort
gage for condition broken, to wit, non-
iclpal. Interest, assess-
nlums when due; and
losuro Will sell at pub
tho auction rooms of
gan, on Queen street,
' said, on Monday, tne
rll, 1902, at 12 o'clock
lay, tho premises de
ree certain parcels of
l Lots 11, 12 and 13 of
ormcrly occupied by the
luckle, Bltuato at Kama
onolulu, and thus bound
1: Commencing at East
' i lot on makal sldo of
truo 91 feet along road
truo 38.3 feet along L. C.
j d 724 to Kelllokaloa
truo 103.8 feet along same
true 12.5 feet along same
true C, feet across head of
S. 6' 15
W. true 21. feet along lane
5 Iwst wldo
CO' E. truo 108. feet along Lot
12 to initial point
and containing an area of 20-100 acre.
Second Lot 12: Commencing at
the North corner of this lot on makal
Ride of road 25 feet wldo nnd running:
S. 30 10' E. true 75. feet along road
S. 63 50' V. truo 235. feet along Lot 13
N. 13 45' W. true 4.5 feet along lane
5 feet wide
N. 6 ID' E. true 90. feet along lane
N. 53 SO' E. truo 108. feet along Lot
11 to Initial point
nnd containing an area of 347-1000
Third Lot 13: Commencing at tho
North corner of tnls lot on makal sldo
of road 25 feet wldo and running:
S. 3C 10' E true 75. feet along road
S. 53 50' W. truo 228. feet along Lot 14
N 80' 5' W. true 3G.3 feet along lane
5 feet wide
N. 13 45 W. truo 55 5 feet along lane
N. 53' 50' E. true 235. feet along Lot
12 to Initial point
and containing an area of 413-1000
All of which being portions of the
land contained In Hoyal Patent 1985
based on Land Commission Award 0245
to Kalacokekol for Kalaklnl.
riONEEIt nUILDINO AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION OP HAWAII.
By its Attorney,
A .O. M. EOJIEIITSON.
Dated Honojijlu, Marcn 0',"l902.
2089 March 14, 21. 28; Apr. 4.
IN THE DISTniCT COURT OF
THE UNITED STATES FOIt THE
DISTRICT OF HAWAII. In the Mat
ter of PAUL J. VOELLER, Bankrupt.
IN BANKRUPTCY. NOTICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN that on tho 15th day
of April, A. D. 1902. at 12 o'clock m.,
of said day, I will sell at public auc
tion the property of the Estate of said
Paul J. Voeller, bankrupt; said sale to
take place at the salo rooms of Will
E. Fisher, corner Merchant and Alahea
streets, Honolulu. The property of
said Estate Is described as follows:
Tho piemlscs situate on Punchbowl
Hill. Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Terri
tory of Hawaii, being a portion of land
described in Hon Patent 3514 to It.
M. Dow and convoyed to sniii P. J.
Voeller by deed of said II. M. Dow, da
ted August 18th, 1891, recorded In tho
Register Office, Oahu, In Liber JO,
page 470. Terms cash, U. S. Cold Coin
Deed at expense of purchaser.
April 1st, A. D. 1902.
Trustee of tho Estate of Paul J. Voel
2112-lOt Apr. 3. 4. 5. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11,
NO FLAT BOTTLES
At the Dinner Table
A Diluter for Wine
STILL wines aro ruado spark
ling when mixed with " " "
white rock water
They are, in this way, given a
zest and life, uncqualed except
by the best champagne The
diner out or tho gentleman who
must cntertnln much at his club,
will do well to noto that tho ta
ble will bo supplied with this
water. It Is given a prominent
placo on tho wine list of tho
most cxclustvo clubs In America,
and has been honored by Presi
dential approval when served at
the Inaugural Ball Banquet in
Washington. Tho palate ot epi
cures is gratified to the utmost
by WHITE ROCK WATER.
W. C, Peacock & Go,, Ltd,
has removed to tho
Arlington Block, Hotel Street,
In the store formerly occupied by
H. W. Foster.
DECKER, FERNANDES & CO.
Real Estate Agents.
We also make a specialty of enlarging
' RENTS COLLECTED.
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A CHANCE FOR THOSE DE3IRINQ
A GOOD HOMESTEAD.
FOR SALE At a reasonable figure,
a freehold cstato at Walomau, near
Waloblnu. Tho property consists of
a substantially built and well furnish
ed house with a good water supply;
also cartsheds, servants' quarters, di
vision fences lor safe handling or 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. Tbero Is on the land fenced
portions containing coffee, orange and
other fruit trees In bearing. All the
lands aro alongside or near to the Gov
ernment road. Nearly nil the 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.
Registered voters of the Fourth DIs
.trtct. who hnvo changed their places
of residence since the last elections
tNo. 0, 1900), are requested to com
municate with WILL C, KINO,
Chairman Canvassing Com.
Address P. O. box 503, or King Bros ,
120 Hotel St. 2111-St
Mr. Frank W. Aust has no authority
to sell or exchange Smith Premier
typewriters in my name.
C. W. MACFARLANE.
Solo Agent for the Territory of
Offleo at Washington Light Co.
Parties visiting Lahalna and the Isl
and of Maul In general can secure suit
nblo conveyances and careful drivers
at the PIONEER STABLES, Lahalna,
Island of Maul.
Commercial men will be carefully
'ooked after with suitable rigs.
SCMOOL FAIR POSTPONED.
Owing to the Inclemency of the
weather the fair of the (Juvernmiiit
schools, to huve taken place on Satur
da) nftcrnoon next. Is postponed for
two weeks 2112 2t
On account of the Inclemency cf
tho weather, tho Shrlners' picnic pro
posed for Apill 5th, hns been postpon
ed until further notice.
By order of the Committee. 2111 -ft
HOU8E, containing 4 bedrooms, par
lor, pantry, kitchen, patent water clos
et. Llllha Street, near School. Inquire
of JOS. FRIA3,
2111-lw No. 722 Fort Street.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the regular annual meeting of
E. Peek & Co. Ltd, held on Friday,
March 28th. 1902, tho following offices
and directors waiu duly elected for
tho ensuing year:
E. Peck. .President and Manager
W. Wolters Vice President
C. C. Conradt
Secretary and Treasurer
N. E. Gedne Auditor
The abovo Officers, together with
C. J. Campbell, constitute tho Hoard of
Directors. C. C. CONRADT,
Secretary E. Peck & Co , Ltd.
Honolulu, March 29th, 19U2.
A special meeting of tho stockhold
ers of the Honolulu Rapid Transit .m
Land Company will bo held nt the As
sembly Room, over the offices of Cas
tlo & Cooke. Limltedl on April 5th,
.1.02, nt 10 o'clock a, m , for the pur
poso of considering a proposition to
amend tho Ily-Laws and to piovlde for
J. A. OILMAN.
Secretary Honolulu Rapid Transit
& Land Company,
The Adjourned Annual Meeting of
tho Stockholder of the Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Company, Limited,
will be held at the office of the Com
pany. Queen street. Honolulu, on Mon
dny, April Hth, 1002 at 10 o'clock am
C H CI.APP,
2110 til Secretary.
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Bulletin Is the largest and best pub
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ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At tho annual meeting or (fie Ha
wallan Engineering and Construction
Company, Limited, the following offi
cers wero elected for tho ensuing
A. N. Campbell President
W. R. Castle Vice President
W. R. Cattle Jr Secretary
P. M. Lansdale Treasurer
F. J. Amweg
Director and Manager
A. N. Campbell Auditor
A meeting of tho stockholders of
the Oahu Sugar Company, Limited,
will bo held nt the, office of II. Hack
feld & Co , Ltd . Honolulu, on Satur
day April 5th, 1902. nt 11 a m, for the
pnrpc sc of reconsidering a resolution
raei.'d nt the last meeting
2112 2t Secretnry
W. K. VICKERY,
of tho firm of Vlckery, At
kins and Torrey, of San
Francisco, Is now In Ho
nolulu with some fine wa
ter colors which aro on
exhibition In ROOM 11,
In engravings, etchings
and photogravures will bo
found many sultablo wed
ding gifts at prices rang
ing from $10 upwards.
A good selection ot Cop
ley Sepia Prints, prices
from $2 to ?G, aro also In
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We will Duy or Sell Real Bstate In
all parti of the group.
We will Sell Properties on Reason
able Commissions. Tel. Main 125.
10 WEST KINQ 8TREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
In Knplolnnl Park
Addition and In
Knlllil. - - - -
137 MERCHANi STREET.
by AIIsh Ella Dayton
DURABLE and ACCURATE
The Kc) stone Watch Case Co.
t.nii.,, i.m ChilJdllphU.il. S A
America's Oldest nnd
Largest Watch Factory
For solo by
The Principal Walch
A. Harrison Mill Co., Ltd.
el. White !22!
P. O. Box 55?.
Sawing, Planing, Turning anl
Mill Work In all Its branches
Lumber - Klin - Dpylnf.
a specialty, and In large or small
New Mop of Oahu.
v.oopllJ from finvtrnment Survtyi and Chirtf.
Mapf of Surir Plantations, Rallwai, an4 Othar
Rallabla Sourcai ths map is lliia inchm,
lth arllallf colorings aM naat mountings mak
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THS PRICE OS THS MAP IS 1(0 OO CoplaS CSI
t obtain! from
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P O.hlox too to Jull nulljlnr, Honolulu! T, II
01 HAWAIIAN NEWS CO , LTD
TWO MERCANTILE BODIES
TAKE UNITED ACTION
To Send a Man to Washington to
Promote a $3,000,000 Fire
Claims Bill and Speed
At meetings of the Chamber of Com
merce and tho Merchants' Association,
respectively, estcrday afternoon com
mittees were appointed to rake funds
and agree upon a Joint representative
to go to Washington. leaving In tho
steamer China next Tuesday, to urge
the introduction In Congress of n bill
appropriating nearly $3,000 000 for tho
pajment of the fire ilalms arising out
of tho epidemic of Mtbonlc plague Id
1899-1900, nnd to urge also the con
struction of tho Mnrkay cable to Ha
waii. The committees nppolnted arc
Chamber of Comtnorc t J, Cooke
chairman, S E Damon and O. W
Merchants' Association W. W Hall,
chairman, J F Hiimburg, E. A Mc
Inerny. The Joint committee met nt I 15 and
decided to cam ass members of the two
bodies, together with Chinese nnd Ja
panese merchants, for the money need
ed to send on the representative.
Tho Chamber of Commerco met In
the elegant room set apart for Its line
for nlncty-nlnc jears In the new- build
ing of II. Hackfcld & Co, Ltd . this be
ing its first meeting thercr Resides
C. M. Cooke, president, and J flordon
Spencer, secretary, there were present
J. F. Hackfcld, II. A Isenberg. II. F.
Dillingham, Geo II. Robertson. J. J.
Egnn, I M Swoniy, W. W Hall. S E.
Damon, M. S. Grlnbaum, J I). Athcr
ton, F. A. Schacfer. W F Allen. J. P.
Cooke, W. M Glffnrd, George W Smith
W. L. Hopper, W W. Hall.
Picsldcnt Cooke, on calling tho meet
ing to order, spoke of the gift of Hack
feld At Co In giving tho Chamber such
a magnificent apartment In which to
hold Its meetings, "in exptesslng our
thanks to the house of II Hackfcld &
Co., In permitting us to line the tisa
of this room," said he, "I think we all
ought to feel that It Is an Incentive to
us to commence to enlarge the mem
bership nnd scope of the Chamber ot
Commerce. Tho firm was ecn thought
ful enough to put In a telephone which
the sccrctar) has nt his elbow to call
up delinquent members, although in
future I hope he won't have lo do much
of this. I think we ought to enlarge
tho Chamber of Commerco nnd make
11 more of a power for the advance-
ment of navigation, agriculture, Indus
try and commerce (pointing to thn
words emblazoned on the celling), and
do what we can to bring in new mem
bers. I think I voice the sentiment nt
every member In this regard " Mr.
Cooke's remarks wero mil with a
burst of applause
The chair stated that tho purpose ot
tho meeting wn to consider tho prop
ositions regarding tho payment of the
fire claims and to urge the llng ot
the Maekay cable to Hawaii tho meet
ing having been called b) flvo of thn
J, P. Cooke said the matter he de
sired to bring to the attention nf tho
Chamber was the fire claims He
.!,,, !,. ,...l.l .1 1.1 . ., ,...!
.,"", OW,l,VUIUI OlMJtlK, IJU II1I11U UJ "t
Congress tu usslst palng off the
claims. The Legislature had appro
prluted about $2,000,000 for this pur
pose but the burden of pa)lnjf them
would fall upon the taxpayers and
would be excessive. There had been
something said about having Congress
old tho Terrllorj, but nothing ilefl
nlto had jel bien accomplished at
Washington. The time wis getting
lata and action should bo taken to
bring the matter squarely to tho at
tention of Congress. .Steps should be
taken to send a representative of tho
Chamber 'of Commerce and the Mer
chants' Association to Washington tu
push the question from now until the
end of tho session Mr. Cooko present
ed tho following resolution:
Resolved, That It Is tho sense of
tho Chamber of Commerce that It Is
expedient that n special representative
or representatives bo chosen to pro
ceed to Washington, I) C to present.
In tho proper quarters, the Importance
of the measure authorizing assistance
by tho Federal government In the pay
went of the so-called fire claims le
suiting from the efforts to suppress thn
tpldemlc of bubonic plague In 1300.
and bo It further
Resolved, That a committee of three
bo appointed to rotifer with the Mei
chnnts' Association upon the suhjul,
with power to ait on Ik half of this
Chamber In the choice of suih repre
sentation and the compensation to bo
President Cooke Bald that as Mi
Haywood ami GeorgoR Carter were In
Washington, tiICJ- probably could be
Instructed to net for the two local or
ganizations and thus savo tho expense
of sending a representative from Ho
nolulu Mr Spencer stated that at tho
last meeting of tho Chamber he was
Instructed to write to Mr. Haywood
requesting him to look after such a
matter should It bo brought to Wash
ington, and assist In pushing It
J. u. Athcrton said that whatever
uctlon was taken there must bo a bill
introduced in Congress. It was suk
gestcd somo time ago that the customs
house receipts nt Honolulu bo rcmlt-
len to tho Territory for threo jears.
vvnien wouiu- probably amount to
enough In that time to pay off the
claims. Ho thought this unconstitu
tional The government eottld not di
vert customs duties for any such pur
Instruments Filed for Record April 3
I lawn Realty & Mat Co Kckala
et nl . Hoi.
L lkala. tr KeKala D.
t'hong Ylt Kong ct nl
Wing . .
Koolun oplo i Illaokstad .
II Armltage J. F. Morgan
M Komorsky W Kinney
Tarn Vat Wn Wong Leong
A. F Cook Chang Kim On
First Am Sav & Tr. Co V
Dortch . tt
F. L Dortch Htlrs W P Kahale M.
L Ahlo A. N Campbell tr A M
Anlma and Awnna A N Campbell
Instruments Filed for Record April 4.
K. Kallhl J. A Aklnn . .D.
W Illshop Est. llllo It R Co RofW
pote The matter would have to be
brought In regular channels and any
thing done for these Islands mint bo
by Congressional action. Such mat
ters as these would not neieaurll
have to go through the Hawaiian Del
egate in Congress but could be done
by any Senator or Representatives
If we had a Delegate In Congress
who renlly represented our InterpsH
said Mr Athcrton, "I have not doubt
that the bill could be pushed through
I think they would be willing to assist
these Islands If that Is possible and
the onl) question Is how such a bit! can
be got before Congress nnd made the
most of there."
.1. P. Cooko said that Delegate Wil
cox had promised him to take up this
matter willingly. Tho bill would hae
to orlglnntc In the Wnys nmw.Ieans
Committee It would naturally come
through Mr Wilcox, but he was sick
and unable to nttend to any public
ranttcrs, nnd It was doubtful whether
he would be able to attend to It at all
1). F. I)llllngh.im said that the mat
ter w. of suflUlcnt Importance to be
acted upon Immediately, and the best
possible effort should be put forth by
every one. He believed somebody
should be sent from Honolulu to
Washington on this mission, and have
nothing else to do there He knew that
(here was no nuthorlt vested In the
administration or any branch of the
government to divert the customs re
ceipts but ho thought It quite possible
the thing could be done bv Congress
If the action weie taken the lecelpts
for two or two nnd a half 5 ears would
make up the amount. This matter
should be presented clenrl) to tho
Senators nnd Representatives and be
brought to them personally He did not
believe an) thing could be done by Mr
The resolution was passed unanl
When the committee above-named
was nppolnted. It was pioposcd at first
to report at the next regular meeting
on Wednesday, but us the steamship
China would probably snll on Tuesday,
tt was later decided that the commit
tee should repot t on Saturday as tu
their success In collecting funds for
the expense) of the delegate anil as tu
thilr choice of n delegate.
The matter of the Pacific cable wa
then taken up. Secretary Spencer stat
cd thai he hail received u cotnmtmlc.i
tlon nnd pamphlet containing the en
dnrscment of the New York Chamber
of Commerce ot the Maekay cable. He
suggested that a committee be appoint
ed to draw up a resolution favorln;
tho Maekay cable scheme.
J. F. Hackfcld thought the proposed
delegate should also curry forward the
Chamber's resolution 011 the cable mat
I tor. nnd bo moved to rcicr the matiir
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Oil W r Allen said that other c.i
ble projects wero before Congress. He
thought the Chamber should favor the
one which would promise to build to
Hawaii at the curlltst piactlrahlc date,
lie considered It possible that lh
Mai ka) i able would he the first olio
Mr Dillingham stated that Mr
Mnekay had assured one of his Sail
Francisco torreaponclentb that the ca
ble would reach here In September It
they wero not hampered He thought
some expression should come from the
Honolulu Chamber of Commerce fav
oring thn .NUckav project Tho Isl
undcrx had waited thlit) jeais for a
cable, and now was the chance to get
one. In tho past cat he knew then1
were many firms who would have glv
en thousands of dollars If the) could
have got Into quick teleginphlc com
munication with the coast, lie thought
It was high time foi the citizens of the
Hawaiian Islands to show some mil
motion In this matter.
W. M. (llffard said there seemed t;
be some opposition to tho Maek.i) ea
hie In Congress l the desire to put
In a government cable and he though!
It pioper there should Lo something
said by the Honolulu Chamber approv
ing of the Maikay enterprise The del
egate for the fire claims should takt
a cnhlo usolutlon along with him
Mr Schacfer suggesteil a special
meeting for Saluida) morning whet
the committee could lulng In a resolu
tlon to bo approved by the Chamber
'I he motion that the tire claims com
mittee take tho matter In hand wai
"Speaking of James J Hill,' said n
St. Paul man, at the Holland house
the other evening. "I ton tell jnu n
Btory of him It was away back In the
'80c, when the late lamented Harry
Ives was Mr Hill's private secretary,
and Mr. Hill was giving away pigs of
purest breed to the farmers of the
Northwest In order to encourage stock
raising along the line of the Croat
Northern road and thus build up Its
traffic The state fair was In prog'iess
In St. Paul, when one September morn
ing Ivca opened Mr Hills mall nnd
found a letter from a fanner which
read ns follows: "Mr .1 J Hill Dear
Sir I went to St Paul and lo the fnlr
ns you told me I looked for )ou ut
join ofllie and also nt tho fnlr
grounds I found plenl) of Iiorb of
Sour spules lilt could not find )ou
aii) wliei i New Yiiik Times
our umattur photographic worl;
will he well dono If tnken to Honolulu
Photo yuppl) Co
Read the Bulletin. $1 per year.
You havo prld for two or three hornet during your llfttlmt.
Especially If you have been paylna rent; and we regret that
you havo nothing to show for the money spent In this minnt.
Wo havo now on sale lots In the beautiful Puupueo Tract,
which contains the finest suburban property In Honolulu. This
tract commands a magnificent view of mountains and ocean, hit
macadamized streets, artesian water, and the electric car lino
pastes through the property. For any further Information regard
ing prices, terms, etc., addrett
ISLAND REALTY COMP'Y
Oceanic Steamship Company.
The steamers of this lino will arrlvo
FROM SAN FHANCISCO.
4.LAMEDA APRIL, E
SIRIIKA APRIL 16
ALAMKDA APRIL 2G
In connection with tne sailing or tho aboro steamers, tne agents are pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from Ban Francisco to all points In tho United States, and from New
Tork by any steamship lino to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPI.T TO
Wm. 6. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaish
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the date below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
PEKINd APRIL C
GAELIC APRIL 15
HONOKONO MARU APRIL 22
CHINA APRIL 30
DORIC MAY S
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
H. HtXCKFBLP & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN J
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific ICoasl
S. S. NEVADAN, to sail about April 15th.
S. S. HAWAIIAN, to sail about May 15th.
Prclght received nt Com pan) 'a wharf, 1 2d St, South Ilrookl)n, at all time.
From Sn Prnclco
S. S. HYADES, to sail April 5.
S. S. HYADES, to sail May 17. ' ' ' '
Prom Setittlo nd Tiicomii
S. S. CALIFORNIAN, to sail April 20. "
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Frelflht ABent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.-
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of tho abovo line, running In connection vrltu the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vnncouvcr, H. C. and Sydney, N.S.vV,
and ending at Ylrtorla, II C Honolulu Suva I'lJI nnd llrlsbane, aro DUE
AT HONOLULU on or about tho elates below stated, viz
From Vancouver anu Victoria, D. C. , I-rom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Ilrlsbano and Sydney 1 (For Victoria and Vancouver, II, C.)
AORANOI APR UlMOAKA APR. 9
I.MIOWiniA MAY 7
Through Tickets Issued from
turopc. For Freight and Passage
Thco. H. Dovlcs
GLOBE NAVIGATION COMPANY'S
Connecting Direct without transfor with O N. Ry.. N. P. R, and C. P.
R, Lowest rates of freight from all eastern points; shortest possible time.
8. S. EUREKA, from Seattle APRIL 10
8. 8. TAMPICO, from Seattle MAY 10
For further Information addicss
L. 13. BEEBE,
2 Brewer Building, Honolulu. AGENT HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Globe Nav. Co., Seattle, Wash.; P. W. Rochester, 308 Market St, S. F,
Agents of above roads, will furnish Information.
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Port Ht., bet. Queen nnd Merchant
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Kvoi) thing first class. Complcto lint
Key West and Domestic Cigars alwayi
H, J, NOLTE, - Proprietor,
THE AMOUNT PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAD FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
HOME TOO. .5 4t J
and leave this port 1
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMUDA APRIL, I
SONOMA APRIL 1ft
ALAMHDA APRIL 30
VKNTURA MAY 6
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
CHINA APRIL t
DORIC APRIL 15
NIPPON MARU APRIL 2S
PEKING MAY I
Honolulu to Canada. United States and
and all general Information, apply to
& Co.. Ltd., Gcn'l Agente.
Everything New, Good Table, Nice
f Bedrooms, Sample Room for Commer
cial Travelers Opposite Landing, fine
vlow, cool and comfortable. Terms