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HIIMiAi BULLETIN. HONOLULU. It,
T., . BUNDAY, APIlJIi 27. 1902.
NEW UNIFORMS THAT
LEAVt UNEXPECILD MARK
wrr-w. 'rr5Vi,rTf" T?'' 'JI'NWMpi" '
Meteplbs Rough Voyage
London, April 18. Tho voyage
lerdny evening, was liy no means
Commander Karpf, Kmperor William's representative on board tho Meteor, tr.ld:
"On April 11, while wo wcro towing, a head easterly blow sprang up. Owing to trie heavy seas our consort, the steamer Kcotln, was only Just able
to keep steering wny. Tlio seas broo over her continually. At 4 o'clock In the morning of April 12'tbe. Meteor's bobstiiy cnrrlcd nwny. We cut
away tho tow rope, hovo to and tried hard to securo tho bowsprit, but wo fotinu that to be Impostlble, and th? bowsprit was ultimately carried
ii way, nrlously endangering tho safe v of the yacht nnd all on board of h '. We managed, however tp recover the spar. The weather became bo
tad that we were obliged to hcavo ti for twenty-four hours. Thero after the weather was generally fw Wo tuwod the rest of the wny to port.
The Meteor behaved splendidly nnd iimalned dry tluoughout the bad wca 'lei She Is a fast &allr.
IN CITY CHURCHES
Central Union Church Ilev. Wll-t
Ham Klncnld, pastor Sunday school
and Iliblo class, 9:50; public worship
nnd sermon, 11; Y. P. 8. C. K. prayer
meeting, 0:30; evening services at
T:30; weekly prayer meeting, Wednes
day, 7:30 p. m.
At 11 a. m.. Ilev. Win. Morris Kin-
(Lid will pnach; subject, "The Trlnl
tv as a Foundation Stono ot a Work
Irr, Kalth"; 7:30 p. m.. Christian Ku
di avor Society, subject, "A Noblo
Purpose." leaders, Herbeit Young
nnil Oscar Myhre.
St, Andrew's Cathedral Tim Right
Reverend William Kord Nichols. HUh
op In charge of tho Missionary Dis
trict of Honolulu, tho Ilev. Cnnon
Alexander Mackintosh nnd thu Itov.
April 27. fourth Sunday after Cast
ei 7 a. m., holy communion; 9 n. m..
Pule Kakablakn: 10 a. m., Sunday
School; 11 a. m morning prayer and
Mimon; 3:30 p. m., afternoon ser
vice nnd talechislng; 7:30 p. in., oxen
lug prayer and sermon. Bishop Nich
ols will be presi-nt at the Hawaiian
s nice at 9 o'clock, will pieaeli the
H.-imon nt 11 a. m and cnti-chlsn the
children at the 3:3u p. m. xoivke.
S. Clement's Chapel, Punahou.
Services tomorrow will bo nB follows:
7 a. in.. Holy Communion; 11 n. in.,
matins, with sermon from tho Bishop
of California; 7:30 p. in., livensong:
Sunday Bchool at 9:45 a. m. the Bish
op of California will addiess thu ihll
ilren. Christian Church. K. S. Muckley,
Pastor. Residence. 350 Beictauln St.
Telephone Blue 1001.
E. 8. Muckley, pastor, will pienih
nt 11 a. m. on "Tho Scope of tho Cos
lifl." A. O. Hushaw will preiuh nt
7:30 p. m. Bible school at 9:45 u. m.
Junior meeting at 3:30 p. m. Young
ptople's meeting at 0:30 p. in. During
May the pastor will deliver n seiles
if Rospel nddresses at the evening
'r! vices on the following subjects:
"The Conditions of Happiness," "The
Conditions of Success," "The Condi
tions of Character Building," "Tho
Conditions tff Salvation." You me
( i rdinlly Invited to these sorvlt i s.
Roman Catholic Cathedral The
Bishop df Pnnopolls Low mflsBcs, ho
ly communion. G and 7; children's
masB, with native sermon, 10:30; rosa
ry, with native Instruction, 2; solemn
vespers and benedictions, 8; week
days, low mass, G and 7.
Methodist Episcopal Church Cor
ner Bcretanla and Miller streets Kev.
O. L. Pearson, pastor.
Weekly Services Sundays, public
worship nnd sermon, 11 n. m. nnd 8:30
p. rn.; Sunday school, 10 n. in.; Ep
worth League devotional service, G;30
p, m, Wednesday, prayer meeting,
Monthly Meetings First Monday,
2:30 p. m.. Woman's Homo Missionary
Society; 7:30 p. m Kpworth Lenguo
Imslucss meeting; flist Tuesday, 7:30
p. m Methodist Men's Club; third
Friday, 2:30 p. m., Ladles' Aid So
ciety. St. John the Baptist Church
St. Augustine Chapel (Unman Ci'lr
olio). Wnlklkl Every Sunday of tho
year at 8:30 a. m holy mass with
sermon; nt 3 p. m., Sunday school, m
sary. During Lent: Every Friday at
3 p. in., Stations of tho Cross.
fiom New York of tlio German Imperial
uneventful. She had much bad weathtr,
The Catholic Church of the Sacred
Heart, Mnrnuesvllle, Punnhoii. Today
April tith, First Sunday after Easter
Sunday. 11 a. m., grand musical high
mass. Sermon nnd collection.
German Lutheran Church Ilev. Mr.
relmy, pastor; 1032 King street 10 n.
m Sunday school; 11a. m., congrega
Deutsche Evangellseh Lutherliche
Klrche Pastor Felmy. 1032 King St.
Sonntng. 10 Uhr, Klndcrgottes
dlenst; 11 Uhr, Ocmelndo Oottes
dlenst. Christian 8clenee Services Regu
lar Sunday services at 11 a. m.. and
Wednesday services nt 7:30 p,
loom S Oregon block.
The Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints Mllllanl
Hall (rear of the Opera House) 9 a.
m.. Book or Mormon class; 10 a. m.
Sunday rchool; 11 a. m., preaching
(Hawaiian); 6:30 p. m., Zion'a Ilcllgln
nnd Literary Society; 7:30 p. in.,
preaching, Kngllsh service.
Maklkl Chapel On Klnau street
Prenchlng sen Ice, 8 n, m.
The Salvation Army Corner of
King nnd Nuuaiiu hts. Cnpt. Isnlielle
Hutchinson. Lleuteifants Kntherlue
Hutchlnsun nnd Adiinn Ronton In
(hnrge. 10 a. in., prayer meeting;
10:30 n. m open nlr meeting for sail
ri'H and longshoremen on the old Fish
i.'nrket wharl; 11 n. m holiness meet
lug; 12:30, service in the Oahu Penl
t(ntlary; 3 p. m Sunday school; 4
p. m MnJOr Wood speaks to men In
Y. M. C. A. hall, subject "Tho C.reat
i Ft Discovery of tho Twentieth Cen-
I liny. 7 p. m.. open nlr scmces cor-
I ei 1'oit ond Hotel streets; '8 p. m.,
Salvntlon meeting. All are cordially
invited to nttend.
Chinese Church (Congregational)
Itov. Eward W, Thwlng, acting pastor
Sunday school, 9:30; preaching ser
vice, 11; Sunday school In English,
2:30; evening service, 7:30; Wcdnes'
day, prayer meeting, 7:30.
Japanese Church (Congregational)
Nuunnu street, Ilev. T. Okumura
pastor Sunday school, 10; morning
sen Ice, 11; evening scrvlco, 7:30;
Wednesday piayor meeting, 7:30,
Japanese M. E. Church O. Motoka
wa, pastor Sunday school, 10; morn
ing service, 11; evening service, 7: 13;
class meeting, 8:30: prnycr meeting,
Wednesday, 8, Services nt Kukul St.,
near St. Louis College.
Kawalahao Church Ilev It. H. Par
ker, pastor Sunday school, 10; morn
ing service, 11; evening service, 7:30;
prenchlng In English by Hot. W. D.
Westervelt; Christian Endeavor,
6:30; prayer meeting, Wednesday,
Penlel Mission Miss E. Uddenberg
In clinrge Meetings aro held In tb
hall on Nuuanu street, JiiBt below- King
every night of tho week. Sundnj'
morning .at 10 o'clock Iliblo study;
Sunday afternoon at 2:30, holiness
meitlng; wharf meeting nt tho foot ot
Nuunnu street nt 9 o'clock every Sun
day morning. A Srandinavlnn meet
ing for ladles Is held every other
Wednesday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, In
tho Mission- Home, 171 Hotel street,
Bishop Memorial Chapel Kamcha-
v rvrr'NS JN BOWCPJ21T
jacht Meteor Iir, which anchored off
and once even tEe saWy of tlio yacht
meha Schools; Dr. W. B. 101 kin, chap
lain St-rvlces Sunday mornings at 11,
except on last Sunday In "ach month;
service at 4 p. m. Alumni find friends
You no Men's Chrlitian Attoclatlon.
Hotel and Alakea stiet, Henry C.
Drown, gi'ncrnl secretarv
Christian workers' nrtpar&tjon ser
if. 9f:30: service at Oahu I'rison,
11-12: men's meeting with addieas by
f-ome popular speaker r.t i, lilble
(lass at .".; lunrh nt . All vt"n wcl-innn-.
Spedal spial.er for Ui- 4 o'clock
scrMci'. J. B. Atherton. ILe newly
-bctfd preskb-nt; mbj-cl. 'Power."
Spedal music by the KawRiiliao male
The Baptist Society of Honolulu
legnlar mei-tlng first Sabbath after
loon of each month 'at 3 o'clock in
foung Mtn's ChrlfcUan Association
parlors. A cordial Invitation Is ox
tended to all.
The Kaluweta Sunday School Sun
day Sfbool, 1: 30 p, ru.
of tne Sacred
Church of Jetus Christ of Latter
Day Saints (Mormon Church) Punch
bowl strn-t Sunday services: Sun
day school at 10 a. in , regular ser
vile, preaching, nt 11.30 a. m.; Young
People's Mutual Improvement Asso
ciation, at 7 p. m.; primary meeting,
for children, Friday, nt 3 p. m.; BelloJ
Society meeting at 10 o. m , on Satur
day. All nre respectfully invited to
attend our meetings and examlno our
dourines. Free to all; no contribu
tions: stI"s in Hawaiian. Elder
Wm. M. Waddaups, In charge.
Seventh-Day Adventiat Chapel-
Saturday, Sabbath school at 10 a. m.;
priathlng nt 11 a. m.; Wednesday,
prayer nnd missionary meeting nt
7:30 ii. m. AH are welcome. J. II.
Portuguese Evangelical Church
Corntr of Miller and Punchbowl Sts.,
Itev. A. V. Soares. pastor Preaching
In Portuguese nt 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.
m.; Sunday school, 2:30 p. m., con
ducted In English; W. A. Bowcn, sit.
perlntendent. Prayer meeting, Wed1
The Famous D. &. C. Roses.
The love tor rotes is unlversnl,
oeu those not caring for other How
lie pacing their tribute of admiration
u this one. Hut muny who admire.
leel that they cannot gratify their
last' regarding roses as an expensive
luxurj, nnd their culture as a costly
Hobtiy. To this class, particularly,
the ii-markablc offer now being made
bv Tho Dlngee & Conord Co., West
fiiove Penna.. will strongly appeal.
From the million rose plants which
tl.ls bouse grows annually. In over a
thousand varieties D. & C. Hoses un
known the world over some of the
most desirable In form, color and har
diness, have been belected, and lfi V.
i. C. Hoses are now offered for $l.0.
These roses nre all different kinds
no two colors alike and aro properly
labeled. They will bloom this beason,
ddiI continuously. Strong, well-rooted
plants, not slips. This collection Is
lent to any part of tho United States
onn Colonies, post paid, satisfaction
nnd snfi- in rival guaranteed.
The great 33d annual edition of Thu
Dingft- & Conard Co.s Now Guide to
JUu-e Culture. Ill pages, nnd the
leading Hose (ataloguo In America, as
well as a valuable Instructor on all
olhtr noweis worth growing, will be
M nt flee on request.
The Antl-Raloon League winkers and
theli attorneys ..nri' on the trail ot
Treasurer Wright. They want him to
enfoiie the closing of the I'rlmo brer
taloons according to the decision of
In Southampton wntcr.
Declines To Yield
Unlabels. April 15.- Tin- Coiernnient
litis tlrmly declined to jlelil on the (pies
tlon of revision unci unless King Leu
poll should ou'tiIch til" Mlnlnlr)
tl.ire K-enis to be, nothing to r"'cnt
tin dcuiopmeni if a wloiis i-Hiu'iIol'.
In the Chamber of Deputies tills .if-
tcinoon M. N'eiijrun presented u m.inl-
fet'ln on hetinlf of the LIu'thI members
of the l.eftlHts. demanding dissolution
In order to enable Ih1 country to pri
nounie on the relblou question. This
nianlfcslii pointed rut tluu the tiu.r
was critical and lb' country tnrei'len
td with civil war. mill (nr the .nivvrii
mint to consent t-i ,i lojul mid enmit-
tutlonul H-ttlrnielil O'lld no'. I.e tejre
Einted ns a surrcinl' r to popul.i.- .lis
ordi r. '
To this rhulleiige the Premier. M. de
Smct de Nn)er, p-plled brii fly ti n1
daring that thu rl-ht of dlFLlutlon
rested with the Kim. He lidded llut
he felt it hi i duty to warn i'nrll.'inii in
against the runiorb of flncrnment con
cisslons, i-l. .Tiinson. the t.iliirnl lemler, ntoi'
nl tl.at the Chnir.lKr coi'M, l.y ,i nu-t-on,
cull upon the King to elinii lie
Mln-ktry. lie said there, w is no t',f
of ((iiielllatliin In the Preini.-r. rcpL,
i.i M Nenjean a:i.l Hint ri-svinrlhlllt)
.'m- the i nns"(nenre-i -aoiiM ust ii tilt
At this point M, Wik-sI. u ('.iMiulli
deputy, who, although nut i ininlsl r
Is n powerful adherent of th- (iou-iii-incut.
Jumpid up nud 'V.i.ilpiu!;
Tin re Is no i-lll war, but mil) illl)
lllsposeil men. You ilelllllll.l rir.'isig-
nutlon, but )(u shall not hae It."
The President then ileelaie.l the m
rldi nt 4-loseil nnd the Hous-, uw.
City Jail and Depot
Diilulh, Minn.. April I.". Telephone
advices rerelved from Ewbih early to
day reported the destruction by fire
hmt night of the city jail and the blow
lug up of the Iliiluth, Mci-aha and Nor
thern ltiillro.ul depot by burglnrs at
that place. In the Jail lire an unknown
prisoner wutf burned to ile.ith.
Severul hours later burglais blew Urdu-
depot sufe. They overestimate!
the amount of nltro-gljci rln needed
and lis a result there was -i repnit lli-,
woke up the entire town. sluiltcrliiB
windows In the Iiousch for blixi.j
arduinl, When the i-itlzius narhi-it
the scene of the explosion tin- station
lay In ruins and tin- debris had caught
lire from tne ttuve. Hie ii.iiih-h wen
rxiiiiKiiimicu ami men nu uusiir-tvisiui
Hcurch was made for the safe. It wiie
too big to curry awa and It It lliour.ht
It must buve b(eu blown Into piecei
tuo small to be located.
No traces whatever could be found ol
the burglars and It Is not known
whether they wire killed or escaped.
War JJpon Moros
Washington, April lfi.- Tear Is en
tertalned by the administration that
the I'nlted States has embarked upon
a serious wur with tho Moros of Hit
. Philippine The llrst gnu lias been
fired by the Moros, uud Major General
Chaffee bus ordered an expedition to
prepare for uu Invasion of their itrniig
hold to asnert the uutliorlty of the
i This action of Gtnrr.il Chaffi- war
I taken nftir he himself had gone frum
J Manila to Zumbnaiign for the puipox-
of endeavoring to puucahly arnmve
the dlffeitiici-s between the Ainerlcui.a
ami the Moros,
Weekly edition of the Billetln $1
Honolulu Vihlctic Club Baseball Team
Has Experience Wilh a Dje
That Sticks Where
The boys ot tho Honolulu Athletic
Club baseball team will not bo les
plendnnt In their fine red uniforms
I in some time to come. The new red
suits which they woie In the McKln
ley Memorial game last Saturday and
were pronounced to bo n "dream" nre
slowly fading nwny and the boys rea
lize that they have been done.
When the boys wanted tho suits
seme time ago n snmplo was sent here
ftom Han Francisco. This stuff was
taken to n well known local tailor
who tested It with water nnd pro
nounced It to be gooil material nnd
fast colors. Consequently the suits
wi-re ordered. They arrived In due
time and were us beautiful to behold
v .loBeph'H celebrated coat.
The bos were enchanted, donned
the suits and matched forth resplend-
int. llut. lo! n gentle shower fell up
i.n the team nnd the beautiful red of
tin sunrise begnn to change Into the
tolor of grey dusk. The gorgeous
(ilmsou rolled In little streams down
the boys' shirts nnd when they doffed
their uniforms they found that tho
color had been transferred to their
bodies so that their satin skins re
seniblul those of red Indians.
At this Juuctiiui the color seemed
anxious to show that it was "fast,"
mil', great efforts In the scrubbing lino
availed but little.
The Honolulu Athletic Club base
ball nine nre now le nn enchanting
lot nf pink babies. Hut they have
niiKcu In led wruth and decided to
mid baik to San Frnuelsco the suits
with n note that even In this, the land
if eternal sunshine, baseball uniforms
must be made tu withstand the wcath
er. When the nlue next appear In
public they will wear their old suits
tiiiin last cnr.
Is Not Intended
Washington, April lfi. Edwin 11
Conger. Fulfill States Minister to Chi
na, will not be ri-rulled from Pck'ic
by Presldcut Roosevelt to mal." room
for Wllllum Woodvllle llorkhlll. dlrtc
tor of the Burruu of American Repub
lics, but will be trausfirred to another
diplomatic post equally us Important
Ub the Chinese mixtion.
Keuntors AIllsou and Dollivcr had a
brief (onfereuru with the President,
when he was Informed plainly that It
would bo unjust to remove Conger, who
had performed such excellent le.-vicci"
for his country at the Chinese capital
during the trvlug days nf the tinier
To remove Cougi r, It was said, would
In- to humiliate before the whole world
u niiin who deserves the gratitude mid
Mipport of his countrymen for the
strong stand he look when n less reso
lute attitude would have been disas
trous and prolubl) would have cost
The mutlir was presented' In Iho
President In such a manner that ho
saw at once- It would not be proper 'jor
fair to relieve Conger against 1:1s will.
Anil white the President did not pr'iu
Ise In so many words there Is owry
reusiin for saying that Conger will not
be relieved from the diplomiitlc ser
vice, but will be truuufcrred to another
Hume, April 10. Archbishop Kulconl,
the papal dclcgntu tu Cu inula, has been
dellnltely selected lo biieeeed (.'urilln.il
Miirtlnelll, the papal delegate tu the
United .States. This appointment will
nut be ollliinlly announced, however,
until the meeting of the consistory i.ext
October. It was felt that Archbishop
t'aUoiil's experlinco III Caucila. Ilio
learning, Ills omiu.mil of the KnglUlt
language and his diplomatic ubllltles
especially iimlllleil him for Lie Wash-
THREE GENERALS RETIRED.
Washington April 15. Brigadier
Generals Isaac de Hussy. Andrew S.
Burt and Michael V. Sheridan, recent
ly appointed, were placed on tho re
tired list today on their own uppllcu
tlttis, alter forty yeara' service. Ova
of tho vacancies in the list of brig
adier geueruls thus created has been
til ed li) .the promotion of Colonel
Mott Hoototi, Twenty-eighth Infantry,
who will bo regularly retired for ago
CARNEGIE'S GIFT TO COLUMBIA.
New Yi,-k. April 1ft. Public an
nouncement will be miulo utter the
Installation ceremonies In Columbia
College of a miinlllceut money gift to
tent Institution lij Andrew CnrnegJe.
Ir.i exact amount Is known only to
Iho president and thu board of trus
tees, but theft- Is good renson to be
Ueve that It Is not far snort or Jl.nOO.-(i(-n
This will be more than sulllclent
fi build n college hall, a (impel or
dormitories, to which purpose tlio
gills Is fo bu applied,
vou nave bald for two or three homes during your "inim.
especially If you have been paying rent; and we reyret mat
iu v nothing to show for the money spent In this mnn...
rv nav now on tale lots In the beautiful Puupueo Tract,
nl:n contains the finest auburban property In Honolulu. Thl
tract command! a magnificent view of mountains and ocean, has
macadamized streets, artesian water, and the electric car Una
paaiea through the property. For any further Information regard
ing prices, terms, etc, address
ISLAND REALTY CONIP'Y
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ateamors of tho above line, running la connection wlu. the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. B. C and 8rdnty. N.S.(V
and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu, Suva, FIJI and Brisbane, aro DUE
AT HONOLULU on or ntxJtit tho dates below stated, viz.:
From Vancouver anu Victoria, D. C.
(For Brlsbano and Sydney.)
MOAN'A MAY 10
MIOWKHA JUNK 7
MOANA JULY C
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
Curope. For Freight and Passage and all general Information, apply to
Thco. If . DaviC8&Co.,Ltd., GenM Agents.
GLOBE NAVIGATION COMPANY, LTD.
PUQFZT SOUND-HONOLULU ROUTE.
Connecting Direct without transfer with O. N. By.. N. I. It- nnd C. P.
It. Lowest rates of freight from all eastern points; shortest posslblo time.
8. 8. EUREKA, from Seattle, on or about APRIL 10
S. 8. TAMPICO, from Seattle, on or about MAY 10
For further lu.ormatlon address
L. E. BEEBE,
2 Brewer Building, Honolulu. AGENT HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Globe Nav. Co., Ltd., Seattle, Wash.; P. W. Rochester, 308 Market St.,
F.; Agents of above roads, will furnish Information.
A CHANCE FOR THOSE DE8IRIN0
A GOOD HOMESTEAD.
FOR SALE At a reasonable figure,
a freehold estate at Walomau, near
Walobinu. The property consists of
a substantially built and wcll-furntsh-cd
house with a good water supply;
also cartsheds. servants' quarters, di
vision fences for safe handling ot cat
tle and 3S3 acres ot land, 147 acres ot
the land adjoins houso and thero Is a
privllcgo to iccuro 104 acres contig
uous. Thero li on tho land fenced
portions containing coffee, orango and
other fruit trees In bearing. All the
lands arc alongside or near to the Gov
ernment road. Nearly all tho land has
substantial stono fences. With the
above go all cattle, horses and pigs,
wagons, etc., etc. tar particulars ap
ply to CHA8. MEINECKE,
Walohlnu, Kau, Hawaii.
Ol Samuel Talor. born In Lough
Brlckland, County Down. Ireland. Last
hiard nf December 23, 1868, then In
Honolulu iih secretnry to the Govern
or. Infoi motion of him or any rela
tives in these Islands sent to his
brother. It. Taylor. 14 Hilton Place.
City Hoad. Bradford, Yorks, England,
will Iw greatly to the pecuniary ad
vantage of him or them. Anyone In
terested muy communicate with D.
Loguu, Bulletin office, Honolulu.
ST. GEORGE'S DAY.
To celebrate St. George's Day, Cup
tain Cook Iidge No. 333, Order of Sons
cf St, George, will give a social and
dance on Monday evening, April 28th.
a. 8 p. m., San Antonio Hall, Vine
yard street. Tickets, th to admit lady
r-ud gentleman, from any ot thu mem
bus or at Thrum's book store.
Parties visiting Lnhnlna and the Isi
and of Maul In general can securo suit
able conveyances and careful drivers
at tho PIONEER STABLES, Lahalna,
Island of Maul.
Commercial men will be carefully
looked after with aultabte rigs.
DURABLE ano ACCURATE
The KcystoneWatch Case Co.
it.Kt-ii -in Phll.d.lphll.U.J.A,
America's Oldest nnd
Largest Watch Factory
For sole by
The Principal Watch
Everything New, Good Table, Nice
Bedrooms, Sample Room for dimmer
clal Travelers. Opposlto Landing, tine
view, cool and comfortable Terra
THE AMOUNT PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
HOME TOO. j o .
from Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, B. C.)
MIOWERA MAY 7
AOllANOl JUNK 4
MOANA JULY 2
At tho ndjouroed annual meeting of
thu Stockholders of tho Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Company, Limited,
held thU day, the following officers
and directors were- duly elected for tho
J. Ena President
J. L. McLean .... Vice President
N. E. Gedge Treasurer
C. H. Clapp Secretary
A. W. T. Bottomley Auditor
Directors-. Ena, O. N. Wilcox,
W. O. Smith, August Dreler, C
M. Cooke, J. M. Dowsett. H. A.
Isenberg. C. II. CLAPP.
Honolulu, April 13, 1902. 2122-2W
ELECTION OF OFFICER8.
At the Regular Annual Meeting of
thu Hawaiian Heatty nnd Maturity
Company, Limited, held on the 12th
dny of April, 1902, the following offi
cers wcru elected to servo for tho en
L. K. Kentwell President
Frank Andrade . Vice President
John D. Holt Jr. Treasurer
A. L. Ahlo Secretary
Ed. Stiles Auditor
Tho above officers also constitute
tuo Board of directors.
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND
MATURITY CO.. LTD..
A. L. AHLO.
Honolulu, April 12, 1902.
W. C. Achi & Co.
AND DEALER8 IN i
We will Buy or Sell Real BataU la
all parts of tho group.
We will Hell Properties on Reason
able Commissions. Tel. Main 125.
10 WEST KING 8TREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
In Knptolnnl Park
Addition nnd In
1S7 MERCHANi STREET.
by MIhh Ella Dnyton
505, Corner of Beretanla Ave. anj Punch
All Work Done By Hand.
Curtains, Lace Silk and Glove Clcanlnc a
AltAlllli (t CO.
Madame A. Schocllkupf,
WILL TEACH FRENCH
classes or orlvate lesions.
Residence Extension of Hotel Ot
ion. Advnntlst Ch":h,
i The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the largest ana best pub
Uanarror ll6hed ln tllB Territory. Sixteen and
malldgEI 1 twenty pages. SI a year.
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