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Office hours, 8 a. m. to 8:30
IN THE CIItCUIT COUIIT OK THE
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers, In I'robate. In the Matter
of the Estato of Robert Irishman, late
of Honolulu, Oahu. Tho Last Will and
Testament of said deceased, having
been presented to said Court, together
with a Petition for tho I'robato there
of, and for the Issuanco of Letters
Testamentary to Margnrct Llshman
having been filed, notlco Is hereby
given thnt Monday, tho 30th day of
June, A. 1). 1902, nt 10 o'clock n. m, of
i-ld day, at tlm Court Itoom of said
Court, at Honolulu, Oahu, bo and tho
same hereTiy Is appointed the time and
place for proving said Will and hearing
Honolulu, May 22d, 1902.
By tbu Court:
2157 May 2C; Juno 2, 9, 10.
' IN THE CIItCUIT COUIIT OP 'J'Hh!
Tirst Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers, In Probate. In tho Matter
of the Estato of George S. Houghtall
li'g, late of Honolulu, Oahu, Deceased.
Petition having been filed by Rebecca
R. Houghtalllng. widow of said Intes
tate, praying that Letters of Admlnls
yitlon upon said estato bo issued to
'Danson Kellett, Jr., notlco Is here
by given that Monday, tho ICth day of
J ie, A. D. 1902. at 10 o'clock a. m,
tcBnd hereby Is appointed for hearing
fh Petition in tho Court Room of (Ills
Court at Honolulu, Oahu, at which
time and place all persons concerned
rauy appear nnd show cause. If any
they have, wh) said Petition should
not bo granted.
nonoluhi. May 9, 1902.
By tho Court:
OEORCE LUCAS. -Clerk.
2140 May 12, 19, 20; Juno 2.
In tho Matter of tho Estato of Edward
C. Macfarlanc, Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Letters Testamentary having been
duly issued to tho undersigned as Ex
ecutors and Executrix of tho will of
1'Vlward C. Mncfarlane, deceased, no
tice is hereby given to all persons to
I resent their claims against the Estate
cf said Edward C. Macfarlane, deceas
ed duly authenticated, whether secur
ed by mortgage or otherwise to tho
undersigned, at tho office of Macfar
lli:e & Company, Limited, on Kanlm
ci.tnu street, In tho city of Honolulu,
wjthln six months from tho date of
tin' frrst publication hereof or tncy
will bo tWcver barred, and all persons
indebted to said estato aro hereby re
quested to mako Immcdlato payment
to tho undersigned.
GEORGE W. MACFARLANE.
HENRY R. MACFARLANE,
V. W. MACFARLANE.
FLORENCE B. MACFARLANE.
xecutors and Executrix of tho Will
, of Edward C. Macfarlane, Do
May 12, 19, 2C; Juno 2, 9, 10.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF RACE
tries for the races on June 11 and
14 WILL CLOSE on June 3d. at 4 p.
m.. with tho secretary, at C. R. Collins'
harness shop. King Btrcet, near Fort.
C. L. CRABBE, Secretary. 2159-tf
During my absence of about two
monthB, Dr. C. L. Garvin will attend
to my practice.
In all business matters, tho Hawaii
an Trust Co, will act for mo under full
power of attorney. C. D. WOOD.
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Of Honolulu Rapid Transit and Land
Company, a Corporation Organized
Under the Laws of the Republic
of Hawaii, now Territory of Ha-,
Whereas, the President of said cor-
poratlon did on the 29th day of May,
1902, call a special meeting of the
stockholders of said corporation to bu
held nt the time nnd place and for the
purpose hereinafter set forth, and di
rected tho Secretary ot said corpora
tion to give lo the stockholders there
of notice of sntd special meeting, which
said order of Bald President Is In writ
Ing nnd on file with the Secretary of
Now, therefore, notlco is hereby giv
en to the stockholders of said corpor
ation that nl 3 o'clock p. m. on the Cth
dny of June, A. D. 1902, a special meet
ing of the stockholders ot Honolulu
Rapid Transit nnd Land Company will
be held at tho Assembly Hall of Castlo
& Cooke, Limited, corner of King and
Bethel streets, in the City ot Honolulu,
Island ot Oahu. Territory of Hawaii,
for the purpose of considering tno
proposition to crcato a bonded Indebt
edness ot said Honolulu Rapid Tran
sit and Land Company to tho amount
or one million dollars ($1,000,000), In
gold coin of tho United States ol
America, and that If said bonded In
debtedness Is authorized to be created
that It bo represented by tho bonds of
said corporation, to bear such dato as
the Board ol Directors may determine,
to bo payable twenty-flvo (25) years
after date, with interest nt tho rate of
six per cent per annum', payable half
yearly, said bonds to bo executed nnd
issued In such denomination or denom
inations as may be determined by the
Board of Directors of said corporation,
and it so created said bonded Indebted
ness to be secured by n mortgage or
deed ot trust upon all of the corporate
property and franchises now belonging
to said corporation or which fl may
By order of tho President.
J. A. OILMAN,
Secretary Honolulu Rapid Transit and
L. A. THURSTON,
President Honolulu Rapid Transit and
May 29, 30, 31; June 1, 2. 3, 4. 5.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS'
Of the Honolulu Rapid Transit and
Land Company, by Order of L. A.
Thurston, President of the Hono
lulu Rapid Transit and Land Com
pany. Notice Is hereby given to tho StO'lt-
holders of the Honolulu Rapid Transit
and Land Company thai at 9 o'clo -k
i. in. en tho Cth day of June, A. D. 19i)2,
a Bpeclal meeting of tho stockholders
of said corporation will bo held at .ho
Assembly Hall of Cattle & Cooke, LIm
Ited. corner of King and Bethel streets
In the city of Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
Territory of Hawaii, for tho purpose of
considering tho disposition of certain
shares of the capital stock of the said
corporation, theretofore authorized to
bo issued, and such other business as
may be brought before tho Bald meet
ing. J. A. OILMAN,
Secretary Honolulu Rapid Transit and
May 29, 30. 31; June 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
Special Stockholders' Meeting Oahu
Railway & Land Co.
In pursuance of a written request of
a stockholder owning more than one-
fifth of all the stock of tho Company,
n Special Meeting of tho Stockholders
of the Oahu Railway & Land Co. Is
called for Tuesday, Juno 3, 1902. nt
2 p. m to be held at tho office of tho
Company, Stnngcnwald building, Ho
nolulu. Tho object of tho meeting Is to con
sider a proposed amendment fo tho
Charter of tho Company, a copy of
which has been filed with tho Secre
tary. A. W. VAN VALKENBURO,
Secretary, Oahu Railway & Land Co.
Honolulu, May 28. 1902.
Editor Evening Bulletin: -On Ihe
iJtb Inst there appear 'il In youi paper
an article entitled "A naelosn iMfc'is
Hon" by one who signs hlmwlf "One
j tho Is feeling the dull 'lines, and i
liujc you win anow me ma invor oi
actnering it In your columns ulthoimh
somewhat tardily from unnujldiiblr
clrcumMances. Judging from the tone und langiupp
of the said writer, the "cltleil) but tn
thuslaMlc schoolmarm" would Inter
that his tarly training as n geiitlcnan
had been something quite biff cent
from that of any of the hiislnes.) men
or physicians that she hai met in lloni
lulii; and she thinks that he nas yet
much to learrr If lie d-siiisp.i the cnei-
able class of women In which would 'jo
Included his own mother. Hut flic
cannot understand what ago h is to do
with the subject In question.
He begins his attach on imofiemllna
parties by saying: "Conldarn!i1 In
dignation Is felt In business clrcl"s nt
the persistently foolish course of the
Advertiser In constantly harplmr on
matters connected with leprosy, ami
thereby forcing the fact of oui liHlng
a large amount of leprosy on the"
Islands prominent on tho notice of
tourists and other visitors." Thla ic
mark is in Itself n forcible wjy of pro
claiming the painful circumstance,
which, however, the Board of Health
has not tried to concede. In proof ol
which read the long and frnnk article
written by Dr. Alvarez, government
specialist, and published tide by side
with the offending articles on the tua
tua as an antidote for tho terrible
scourge. Intended to extend a ray nl
hope to suffering humanity in general,
and bringing Into prominence no land
save far off Tahiti.
The complaining writer of the 'Tar
less Discussion" says. "The silly boost
ing by the morning paper of the tu.T
tua plant as a remedy It on a par with
their other folly In regard to Iepiosy,'
and finding the letters and urtlcles on
the subject "wearltome." ho has con
tented hlmtelf with distortions of the
statements and re-rnarkti therein ion
tallied. While lie throws disci edit
upon the assertions of tht "eldcily hut
enthusiastic schoolmarm" he says she
claims she has a relative who ns
cured by the ute of the tuatua in Ton
ga." whereas what U really in print
states that a young lad iu Tnhltl (nut
a relative), under the treatment of Dr.
Cnmp, is nlmost cur-d o! leprosj with
thnt medicine. He continues, "Now no
scientific observer erifi!ei this story.
Nor is it either certain or probable
the case was one of lepioty." The best
French doctors In Tnhltl after putting
me boy to the utual scientific tests,
pronounced him n lepei three ye.irs
ago, and Dr. Camp whom the president
of the Board of Health designated
some time ago as a phjiiclau of noto
riety, and one fitted to experimentalize
on patients with the tuatua, required
tangible proof of the existence of the
malady fiom the father of tho boy now
mounted on flats in hit laboratory.
The school teacher In quektlon, ac
credited as such by the government ot
this land and aUo in hir own land
from whence she cam", holilh too dear
ly her long ettabllchcd reputation for
cracky to put It at stake by publish
ing misrepresentation!, but from
faithful reports sent up and also from
verbal statements made by peisons
from Tahiti who have seen the boy as
he was nnd now iu, Dr. Cnmp exclaim
ed not long ngo. "Thcie It not much
more the mntter with the boy!"
The "One who is fueling the dull
times" goes on to say "careful en
quiry made by the Agrli iiltur.il Depuit
ment In Washington results In proving
the story of n priest having cured a
case of lepro) in Venezuela m.in
years ago to be untrue. ' and yet In the
same breath he states that "Tho Hono
lulu Board of Health hiiK done qulle a
lot of experimenting with liiutun It
self and Is still continuing the expcil
ments, having planted Inrge iiumbeiH
of tuatua bushes at Moloknl, and In
structed the superintendent lo begin
the trial of this lemidy when a Hiifti
clcucy Is on hand to enable tho experi
ment to be fairly trld " Why does
the Board take all this trouble. If the
record of Father Vnlderinma of Venez
uela be false and the tuatua prot-uieil
at gieat cost from thence, by tho Unit
ed States (iuvcrmmnt, und Kent heie
In his concluding paragraph the as
sailant writes; "It Is strange but true
these wonderful lures get started by
parsons and old women, tho same cI.iuh
of people, by the be, who write tho
testimonials which bcott up the thou
sand and one quack remedies and nos
trums which uie spoiling the inside of
so many of our fellow countrymen."
Let him cite one Instance of parson
(perhaps In this Instance meaning
priest), or old women, "boosting" up
such quacks, the Hoard of Health,
which Is constantly pstercd with
would-be lerer healers recommending
their quack remedies, can furnish him
with ample opportunity ot doing so.
And of the editor of the leading pa
per of Honolulu and his staff, persons
who have made their mark In their
profession, he adds; "If the other ol,)
women on the Advertiser staff vvhu
write sensation pningraphs and slop
over about tuatua would only realize
that beond giving undue prominence
to the fact of the existence of lepiosy
In the Islands, they are absolutely do.
Ing harm and thereby probably check
ing tourist travel." According to Dr,
Alvaiez, the eves ol medical men of
distinction abroad are directed here,
watching with lntcrect tho results of
tho treatment of lepcre for the benefit
of the world, so that tliu painful fact
of the disease being hero Is known to
them. And tourists have only to look
In their guide books, Hawaiian ro
mances, and other books to see the
truth undisguised T. II,
Honolulu, May CO, 1902.
Since the llnets of youn.? Theodora
Itoofcevelt. the practice of ttnlni; with
out lints .it the Qroton I.Mukh) .school
bus be-n ol.olit.hu!. unless tho pirenta'
content and a certificate of j.ei mission
l.i nl 'al'ied.
Sir Henry M. Stanley Is now devot
ing himself almost exclusively to coun
try life, nnd developing Into a gentle
Instruments Filed for Record May 31,
S. B Dole J Stupplebeen .. . Rel
J Emnieluth -Tr, Est It. V. Holt et
J Emmrliith Tr. Est. It. W Holt
W. V ehl M I. Jessus D.
II. Wat'-i house Ileela Agrl. Co. ...D.
Kapull et nl Hecla Agrl. Co I.
V. Pallia Ileela Agrl. Co L.
Instruments Filed for Record June 1,
L'lulanl et nl Metcakn et nl I)
.Mrs. W. II. King nnd hsli. K. A.
Jno. cle Frcltns R. A. Wadsworth
Mnlhul Mrs. A. Kalllanu I)
Palalle and wife II. Kaltiau D
Kaullll et al. M. Hooplt D
Keahl et al. Kaullll D
(leo. CocKett Pioneer Mill Co L.
Kawahnmana Pioneer Mill Co. ...L.
Klmokro et nl. Pioneer Mill Co. . .L
S. Khnrpe nnd wife Oeo K. Dales
II. Nnpuiipahco E. Kekiimano . . I)
M. .1. Hush and hsb. I,. L. McCand-
less . t).
Recorded May 24, 1902,
,1ns. Nott Jr. to Hawaiian Supply
Company. Limited: chattel mortgagu;
plumbers stock, tools, horses, etc.,
Ileietnula street, Honolulu. Oahu: $1-
190. Bool; 2.19, page 1. Dated May 24
Murnthlgp anil wife to K. A. Mott
Hun tli ; chattel mortgage; leasehold,
eorner Punchbowl and Allen streets,
Honolulu Oahu: $.100. Dated May 8
finn Rafael, .May il The fiftieth
annual commencement exercises ot
Dominican College took place In the
convent audltoiliim this afternoon
Tlieie was u large attendance fiom
San I'lnuciscu. The giaduates were
only two In uumbui Miss Madge E.
James of Ross Valley and Miss Agues
C. Mnlnncy of San Francisco. Aieh.
bishop Rlordan dellveied an address
to the school and presented tho diplo
mas to the graduates.
Miss Madge James delivered the
valedictory. Her subject was handled
In an nble manner. Tho musical pro
gram was n rare ticat. each number
being excellently rendered. One feat
ure was the playing ot the Misses
Ena, live sisters, residents of Hawaii,
each of whom Is an artiste with violin,
harp, plnno, guitar and mandolin,
while Misses Mary and C'lnrla Ena
have superb voices.
Medals weie awarded to the follow
ing young ladles:
Deportment Miss Isabel Castillo.
Latin Miss Amy O'Connor
Arithmetic and physics .Miss .Madge
Application In music- (piano) Miss
Application In music (vocal) Jllsi
Medal lor plnno, otal. mandolin
MIns Aliuy Ena.
Application In studies Miss 1'n-lla
I'li'ciiian and Miss Daisy Ena.
Ornaiiiciitul ueedlevvorl Miss I.oul
i-iiristinii iloctilnn Miss Inez Agulr
nnd Miss Iteglnu Blggy.
The complete piogram follows
"Roberto II Dluvolo" (Meyerbeer),
Cralniia-Wnlter: mandolins, gultais
violins, lute, harp, lilano: rmnnimi
"Nun Tmno" inurzo soprano solo
I Mattel). MIsh Clurlco Ena; nccoiup...
nlsls hi ii Mlsi Var.ntc M mum?
v num. vnss nalsy Ena; piano. Miss
Alary Ena. "Villa il'Alme." p
lino cutet (FumaKalll Hlvetmi
Misses Anna Ena. Irene Clprlio, StelU
Zlfferer. Ilulda Young. Franc i-h Mur.
phy. Marguerite Tourny. Be-rthn Rado
vlch. Beitha Savage; "Nymphs nnd
Fauns," soprano solo (Ilemberg), .Mist
Ella Ilethiinr ;orchchtriil nicompanl
nient ;plano. .Miss Stella Zlffeier. or
Ban. .Miss Ida .Marriott: "Old Folks nt
Home," vocal qua I let ( Foster-Coe)
Misses Ena: Tna Stella" (Uellenghl);
mandolins, Misses Mary Ena. Margucr.
He Tourny. Neale Jlellersh. Ella Beth
line, guitars. .Misses Mnliel linn cm,,,.
Dlan Argall. Anna liovken-
violins. Misses Daisy and Clarke Kna
''ram-on Murphy, lute. Miss Akiii
iwnioney. narp, .Miss Margaiet Me
('aim: plnno, Miss Ida Marriott; "Oh,
Divine Redeemer' (prajer of Saint
Mary .Magdalen), cotitralio solo (Gou
nod), Miss Mary Ena; accompanists
harp. .Miss .Mabel Ena; violin, Mlsj
Clarice Ens organ. Miss An'ii M::.;
Plnno. Mtet Daisy Ena, 'Ave Mnj.ii''
vocal sexto' (Marclntti). the i-nlie.-.
Choir; "II Hltorno." valse canto, mezzo-soprano
solo (I.ucantoni), Miss Ag.
ne8 Maloney ;orcheslral accompani
ment; plnno, MIbs Alleen Ilowatt: or
gan, Miss Anna Ena; "March Mill
talre" (four pianos) (Schubert-Tnuslg),
Misses Agnes Maloney, Ida Marriott,
Mary Kna, Clarice Ena, DaUy Eiu;
valecll-'cry. Miss Madge Jamrs. th
college diploma, awarded to Miss Agnri
C. Maloney and Miss Madge E, James.
The Misses Kna are the d uishtcrs ol
John Ena, President of the Inter-isl.
and Steam Navigation Company .
Fino Job Printing at tlio Bui
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Cr Lit. H Ring, or Pawn iwltdl f or lova M
I JA M. and .very it alnutx Ihtrt.MM Ml llxSrja.
Can Itava Koit and Klnr atrMta corrtwtor rauaa
at 6.1. AM. aril tvary 13 Blnutia aflw till ii:m
Carl Wava for Patatna only at ani s:ro A M.
Cara ltv. Palatna for Walklkli at A M. and trwr
itratrjiitMlllloasP m, than at 10 11 aol loatr.at
Tb. ti:ij A, from Palatna for Punabou only n
to WatkWI on Sarurdaya.
Cara laava Fort anl Klnr atiMtacoroir foi Rlfl.
Ranta at s wo anl a jo a.m
v-.tt nava i-ort anl Klnr attaata corntr for Warklt
at6oiA M. anl avtry ij ralnulai tllltoovP.M tno at
w 15 an ii .j r m, ID I
1 11 UP.n (oaato WaUaS
BERETANIA STREET AND t'UUANU VAltET.
Cara taava Punabou Slabla for Town at .ja aal
for Town anl Vallty all 40 5 so 6 10 H.ao t 40 1 aal
Caralaava Oahu Coltarja for town anl Vatky at
6 )o 6 so anl 1 10 A n anl avr 10 ralnulea till 10. m
P.m. atctrt lha avan bour anl balf, boor cara wftkf
run from lha Slatla
Caralaava Nuuanu Vallay at 6'to 6,)o 6 30 A.M at
ayary 10 nlnutca tbttaalttr till to 30 p.m.
Carl laara Fort anl Qortn atrrala for Puna.
CoMaf a at 6 03 6 as 6 43 A.M anl avary 10 ailwaM.
aftartlll 0 as P.M. Altar tbat 0a cara run (m
Subla up to fi'aoP.M. wblch la tb. linear froai Trwa
rMcblnff tba StaMa al ti;o P.M.
Telephone to All Parts of the Ialini.
fv.EALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. HENRIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
to the Volcano or the Mountain.
An excellent chance Ii ("fared, for (
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauna ua
it Kallua and take passengers overlanat
to llooken, -whore the steamer Is mf
O. R. & L. Co.
from and after January 1, 1811.
STATIONS. DAILY DAILY
(Outwit 3; ci. Sun DAILY CX. Sua. DAILY DAILY
A.M. AM. A.M. P.M P.M
Honolulu .... 7 ic 9 i j n.os ) i$ s
Pttrl Ctty..., to 9 I 1140 1 T is
Ew Mill I)) toot IS 00 4 0 .!
WatlltUt 10 J 4 45
Wllua II. JJ .... S 49 ..
Khutnj tip 6. is
(lowarl) ti Sun. daily daily daily
AM. A.M P.M P.M.
Kattuku . 15 ....
Wtlalua &10 .... if
Walanat t io .. .j$
Ewa Mill yjo t 4J i oj 4I
Pcail Clly 6.1s 801 i.jo .jr
Honolulu ....t..., 6. jo I is I o) S ao"
r O. SMITH', Qen'l 1'aBi. & Ticket Ait.
Q. P. DHNIHQN, Buperlntendent
Drays tor Freight
Our representative met all Incom
ing steamers from the Coast, and yet
check baggage on all outgoing steauu
r. While and Black Sani For Site
Office with Evening Bulletin, lit
King street Tel 66.
. URSEK. V('t.
When You Want a Rig
RlNQ UP Tim
LIVERY BOARDING and
518 FORT 8T1KM
Btable 'Phone. 109 Main.
Hack Stand, Tbones 319 and i.
C. H. BELLINA.
COTTON BROS. & CO
ENGINEERS AND ! : l
P.asi aa4 aallnataa furnlta4 tof all claaaaa
Tel. Main 249.
ROOM 300 BOSTON BLK. Honolulu.
Honolnln Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUOAR MA
CHINERY of every capae'ty and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
n niVKTED riPES for lrrlmtlom
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion said to JOD WORK, and repairs
executed st shortest notice.