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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FIIIDAY, MARCH 9, 1906.
That It what Ill-fitting, poorly mads clothing doe for the wearer. In
creased Preitlge li the result when you wear our clothing. Every article Is
properly fitted before leaving the store. Why not get that kind?
Globe Clothing Co.
SALE OF PORTION OF GOVERN.
MENT LOT, KNOWN A3 OLD
SAILORS' HOME LOT, ON
DETHEL 8TREET, HONOLULU,
On Wednesday, April 11th, 1006, at
12 o clock noon at tho front entrance
of tho Capitol (Executive Ilulldlng)
wilt be sold at Public Auction, a por
tion of the old Sailors' Home lot-, on
llctlicl Street, Honolulu, Island of
Oaliu, containing an area of 2914 square
feet more or less.
Upset l'rlce lll.C5C.C0.
Terms Cash; United States Gold
Hxpense of Patent Grant and Stamp
to be paid by purchaser.
Map and description of same can be
seen at the om.ee of the Superintended
of Public Works.
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works, Hono
lulu, March 7, 190C. 3325-31
SPECIAL WARNING NOTICE.
FIRES TO CLEAR LAND WAIALUA
Notice Is hereby given that In accordance-
with Section 6 of Act 71 of
tho Session Laws of 1005, It Is forbid
den to start fires for the burning of
lr.usli, dry grass, etc., for n period of
six it.onths (C) from date, unless tho
written permission of tho District
lire Warden has been first obtained,
Mlthln that portion of tho District, of
Walrlua, Island of Oahu, lying wltbln
the following boundaries:
- On tho South by tho Walalua-Wala-doo
District line, on the Southwest by
the Kaukonahua Stream; on tho West
by the Walalua Agricultural Company's
now ditch from the Wahlnwa dam and
an extension of the line of tho same,
following approximately the 700 foot
contour, to the Walmea boundary; on
tho North and Hast by tho Walalua
Koolauloa District 1.1 no.
The law reads "such Ores shall not
bo darted during n heavy wind or
without sutllclcnt help present to con
trol tho same, and tho flro shall bo
watched by tho person setting tho
same, or by competent agents of his,
until put out." Tho District Klro War
den Is Mr, A. M. Nowcll of Walalua.
RALPH S. HOSMHIt,
i Superintendent of Forestry and
Chief Fire Warden.
Honolulu, T. II., March 7, 190C.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
Treasurer's Office, Honolulu, Oahu.
In ro Dissolution of tho Hawaiian
Chlncso Kona Coffco Plantation, Lim
ited. Whereas, tho Hawallan-Cblncso Ko
na Coffee Plantation. Limited, a cor
poration established and existing un
der and by virtue of tho laws of tho
Territory of Hnwall, has pursuant to
law In such cases mado and provided,
duly filed In this office, a petition for
the dissolution of tho said corporation,
together with a certificate thereto an
nexed as required by law.
Now, therefore., nottco Is hereby glv
on to any and all persons that have
been or aro now Interested In any man
ner whntsoovcr in tho said corporation,
that objections to the granting of the
said petition mhst bo died In this office
on or before 12 o'clock noon on tho
30th day of March, 190C. and that any
person or persons desiring to bo heard
thereon must bo In attendance at the
office of tho undersigned, in tho Cap
itol Dulldlnn. Honolulu, at 12 o'clock
noon of said day, to show cause, If
any, why said petition should not be
A. J. CAMPDELL,
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii.
Honolulu, January 23rd, 190G.
3288 Jan. 23, 26, SO; Feb. 2, 6, 9, 13,
16, 20, 23, 27; Mar. 2, 0, 9, 13, 16,
Notice Is hereby given that Mr. Da
vid Kuplht has been appointed Forest
Ranger, under the provisions of Chap
ter 28 of the Rovlscd Laws, for that
section of the District of Kona, Island
of Oahu, bounded on the East by Ma
noa Valley, on tho North by the Ko
nahuanul Mountain Range, on the
Weil by Pauoa Valley and on tho
South by the makal edge of the Euca
lyptus forest, tho MakIM reservoir and
tho loot of Hound Top, as fnr as the
mauka boundary of tho Judd land In
Malum and Maklkl.
C, S. HOLLOWAY,
Secretary Hoard of Agriculture
Honolulu, T. II.. March 6, 1906.
WM. fi. IBWIN& CO., LTD.
.p,enta for th
Royal Insurrnca Co. of Liverpool, Eng
Alliance AKurance Co. of London,
Scottish Unbn A National Ins. Co. of
Fir Askoclatlon of Philadelphia.
Alliance Insurance Corporation Ltd
Wtlhalma of Magdeburg Qanaral In
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DI8PLAY.
iHi ifhiiwiiirA mrVifcirir itrw rwWfirtTiVi
04 IIotkl Stkeei.
Notice of Payment of
Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd,
Notice Is hereby riven that tho Wal.
lua Agricultural Company, Limited,
nas exercised its right to pay tho
whole of Its bonds issued and dated
April 1, 1001, nmduntlng to One Mil
lion Dollars ($1,000,000.00) upon the
1st day of April, 1906, and that said
bonds will be paid with Interest to
April 1, 1906, upon presentation and
surrender thereof at tho office of the
Company, upon 'March 31, 1906 (said
April 1, 1906 being Sunday); and no
tice. Is further gUen that the said Wal
alua Agricultural Company, Limited,
will bo In no wise chargeable with In
terest upon said bonds from and after
aid first day of April, 1906.
W. A. DOWEN, Treasurer.
Walalua Agricultural Company, Llm-
Honolulu, T. II., February 2t, 1006.
3316-to Mar 31
C. DREWER & COMPANY, LTD.
At the Annual Mectlne of Share.
holders of C. DREWER & COM.
I'ANY, LTD., held at tho office of the
corporation on February 10, 1906, the
following officers were elected to
servo for tho ensuing year;
Charles M. Cooke President
Geo. H. Robertson
....Vice President &. Manager
E. F. Bishop
Treasurer and Secretary
F. W. Macfarlane Auditor
v-., ...... .r.uwkv.
H. Cooke, ..Directors
It J . ..
P. C. Jones
J. R. Qalt
Honolulu, T. II., February 12. 190.
B. F. BISHOP,
OAHU SUGAR COMPANY, LIMITED.
NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS.
Pursuant to resolution passed nt the
annual stockholders' meeting of this
Company notice Is hereby given to all
holders or bonds or this company
numbered from 1 to 7S0 both Inclusive
to present the same for payment to
tho Treasurer of the Company nt his
oftlcu In tho Hackfeld Ilulldlng, In
Honolulu, on tho 1st day of April, A. D.
1906: and notice Is also given that no
further Interest will bo paid on bonds
outstanding after said 1st day of April
1906, as interest will cease on said
Treasurer Oahu Sugar Company, Ltd.
Dated, Honolulu, Feb. 23, 190C.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
OLAA 8UGAR COMPANY, LIMITED.
Tho Annual Meeting of tho Stock
holders of the Olnu Sugar Company,
Limited, has been railed by tho Direct
ors tor Monday. March 12, A. D. 1906,
and will be held nt the rooms of the
Chamber of Commerce, Third Floor,
Hinr.Kcnwnm iiuiiding, in Honolulu, at
3 o'clock p. m. on that date.
Tho stock trnnsfer books will be
closed from March 1st to the 12th, bolt
A. W. VAN VALKCNRURO.
Secretary Olaa Sugar Company,
Honolulu. March 1, 1906.
3320 Mar. 1. 2. 3. B. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10 12.
The undersigned, as administrator
with tho Will annexed, of tho Estate
of M. M. ESTEE. deceased, offers for
salo the private Library of tho de
ceased, comprising a valuable collec
tion of Lnw Hooks and miscellaneous
literature. No bid will be accepted for
tho same, or nny part thereof, which
shall bo less than the appraised value
as per appraisement now on file in the
Clerk'a Olflco of the Circuit Court for
this Circuit. The undersigned reserves
the right to reject any and all bldt,
whother the same exceed said upprsleo-
ment or not. For further particulars
apply to the undersigned nt his otlke In
the Judiciary ilulldlng, Honolulu.
3321-10t J. J. DUNNE.
THE LEMMON-EARLE DIRECTORY
will publish the 1900-1907 Directory for
tho Hawaiian Islands. It will bo up-tr
lato In eery respect,
L. M. LEMMON,
ORACG M. EARLE,
Henry K. Illghton, attorney-at-law,
has removed his offlco to Kaahumanu
street, over Morgan's auction house.
Illank books- of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tho Bulletin Pub.
'5a5j3 ' .. fr .
Instead of waking up grumpy
Buy a pipe organ and arlit chterfully
artltt, at Mr. Carneglo dott. Try
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fflmrlfllOOyNSbhererBcnm, Bacr"lce h" "-TOta
UVHJL I V niVLUIlH 1U Wl ,.., ,., ,
REV. J. JII. LYDQATE HELD
SPECIAL SUNDAY SERVICE;
WHAT WAS THOUGHT TO BE A
SONG PROVE8 RECITATION OF
SCRIPTURE8 IN CONCERT,
T Ik... t.T.....I -..... f Tt.. i.ilnlxA Vita rnmtnpu a tilntifl lit oalttn nr. !
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hnpan held a service of reception for
the Moloknns on Sunday afternoon,1
Feb. 25. At n little after tho annolnted
time tho Pilgrim Dnnd, In garments!
decidedly mediaeval, to the number of,
lorty-flvu or llfty men. women and chll
drcn, trudged down the hill and died
Into the church, the greater part of
which had been reserved for them.
Here they were greeted by enthusias
tic Hymn of Welcome, followed by a
short address from Mr. I.ydgate. ex.
tending to them a cordial Hawaiian CnBtn n Carlcr U. S N.;S. Vs.er, II !
welcome, than which nothing could be, J. ni.tot a Hail C II Jennings i
moro generous, and a similar address ,?,., ,,i' , ' n c,,,,,
from the pastor of tho local church,
Rev. I, K. Knauwal, who dwelt on the
significance of tho word "Aloha" and p
cmphnBlzed Its fitness for tho present
Strained through two Interpreters,
not quite sure of their ground, Hnwall.
an eloquence, It Is to bo feared, lost
much of Its aulntanco and all of IU
n-t... ...... I... ....... (.. .........- ... a.
1 nv iiiuoi ,iiiKlUBiiiin 11-iiiiiit: ill itiv
occnslon was tho singing or chanting ' f ' Ry .,',"',", ,!' . mi..
m..ii-,.... .i.7i,.. 1, ..... Mocker, K Jlntsumoto and wlfo illsi
nf the Moloknns themselves. It was , ...inE.on Mr. p n Hunting
mmll. In o mlnnr L .lr,l nti.l"' JtUniinglOn, JirS. ft. II. Illiniinh
...w.. ... .. .(.au. ... , ........ ....
strange. Starting feebly and timidly
In a few renters and then swelling and
gaining volume until It was fairly tu
multuous and threatened to run Into
music, then dying away Into a dis
couraged wail as most of tho singers
dropped out. It was n cross between
a chant and a round of many parts; it
was n vort of endless chain of music,
of .1 "goas-you please" kind, with wild
entrances and oxlts that threatened to
wreck tho whole movement
,,.l vot ll.oro I. nn .Innvlnv thn fnu.
rlnnilon of It o tint evorv n iu was
rinntioii or it, so unit ccry one wus
ii. in. rncy nro evi-
ilently very mu.li at homo in me ill-
ble, responding Immediately to tho
words of welcomo by rorerrlng. by
ohnntor niui vorn in n HtrllilnL'tv nn
chapter anil terse, to a siriH iiKiy ap
proprnto passage In Paul's letter to
They impress ono tavorauiy ob a
serious yet responsive and kindly poo-
Ble. slow tierhnps, yet stiro men on
i,rn nnj moio rnihm- ihnn lirnl.i
aim noruoubie with nenes.
Tim Manila Times of Feb. 9 pub
lishes the following regarding J. F.
Kennedy, well known In Honolulu nnd
nt ono tlmo business manager of tho
Mr. J. P. Kennedy, business mana
ger of tho Fur Eastern Review, has
Aiulered his resignation, and will
leave for Yokohama In n few days to
resldn permanently there, where hu
lias secured a long lenso of tho Japan
Pally Advvrtlsor, tho most Influential
newspaper In Japan.
Mr. Kennedy bus been In active
newspaper woik In Mnnlla for the past
foil' years, and has won the respect
and confldenco of tho business commu
During his connection with this pa
per Kennedy proved himself a valuably
man by his closo and conscientious at
tention to his duties.
When seen this morning by a Times
representative, Mr. Kennedy express
ed regret on leaving his field of Inbor
here, but stated his principal reason for
his departure, was the fact that his
wife who has beon on tho coast for
the past twelve months, cannot reside
In these Islands and retain nor health,
and as ho saw a Bplendld opportunity
In Japan, during his recent trip, for
advancing American Journalism along
r. ;.....! .f.,...,'.i. n. .!.. i,oontenry waicrnouse, ir.isiees u iir uiu tlielr return. In my
I I mn a M buV the chanlln. of u!"'0' ?" ? V",.aU,.0'..,lcc.e"8:": tho Hand Is not nc
ienethv iiasHacn nf .Vrliiture l""e" Jlnrcu """ . "w' "',,u """" was twenty ) Cars ago.
,CT.,.r,,.fn8em 'sooi, to build ."'".MrtS .'try' of Coa" '" ""$ ""
i....i. r .hoi. ...... ti,. i.nv.. Iu the llawullan icgtstr) .01 i.one- c(1 I10t possibly pay
v........ . ...w. ". - n)iccs m uiber :oi, pages .m-Jj ami (uutltry t0Wnj.
three s'rlces on Sunday, nt 7'30 n. . ,. , .,n. ..V..., roinm-tlvclr. '"" V . 'V.. T ..
m.. 1. m. and 4
and abusing tht alarm clock
about 8 a. m. to mutlo mado by a notid
It and too how much btlttr you fool.
1T1II-11 UOnVll UIB Ullll(Ult I1B iu ,11111-1-
(can journalism In Japan, Mr. Kennedy
replied that as a people the Japanese
are very eager to learn English and
Loon In Innoh will, unrlil wl.ln Innlr.
lm fnromn.1 In .ho wnrl.l.
I tin 11a nt fin pAmmAiijilnl PhIiIa Piim
v aw( .,. ..
oany expect to have their line from
lOuam to Yokohama In operation by
April 1, which Mr. Kennedy stntes will I
put Japan In much closer touch with I
he United Btntes, and enable him to
film TTnlirwl RtnfiH ntii onniiln lilm in
J"- " - - - - -
m iricnda In wishing niin success
,n hf8 new flcld of ontcrprlse.
roB.w ""- '
Per S. S. Mlowcra. for Vnncouvcr,
March 8. II. 8. word, r. a. hiiu,
Per stmr. Mlkahala. for Knual ports
,,. 'v. o r. .., m,. vu.in.b
.,' ., a a v Ti.nmn. for Rnn'lJ
.-,.. MnrchS Mrs J K. Drown.
. ,, .....J. n. n Thrnoilinn
-. . '.. r . .
and -mis. Kiue anncner.
From Mnul and Hawaii ports, pet
stmr. Mauna Loa, Mrh 9. F. J. Undo
liiuu. -ilien 14. ft. vuu.
. .. ,,i,.ih- r, t, ,n,.nw .- II f
ton. J. M. llilhl, Mr. Salgu and 56 declr
In accordance with tho iiroUlons
of those certain mortgages mado by ,
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n s.n,, Mnrv o ar),tr BUj
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n iii.ia dhiii iiiviHMnifl " vtu iv
A led Wlthaker; Mrs. S. W. rirlfflltalftmt; to ..ell for ,950 , pc land and
Mrs. J Kalnklela. Mr. Pahnu. Mrs. J. . coInnD0,i Feb i" 1906 '
Scbacfcr and 3 children. It. Knns, Pe -8,'n,s.' Da,c.(l u !V, ' . ',. .
.,i i.Lm inhn linker. AU Kwong to Mrs Marin F Ucnto;
slgneil tollatluheba M. Allen by a deedt" n,"n, T,
,,im,nnl .intc.a Vm-emLor ICtU.1 .lt." ?",1" .' ?r.n" .n.aV. . ' """.'i'I .
inoi nn. lroeorded In aulit Registry iu ' ,, """V', , ' i , B ";
V.. ' "".'' , rocor,le'i !" , . ' ,,ry , nnd amentably weak In drums, I would
j bpr 2-, paKe8 w ani 198 nolcu it Clfullv succest Hint tho nronosed
Ucrouy uJn tmvt Bald i,a,Us!ieba M.l!'SSKtSVt
Allen Intends to forecloso tho same fot
,,,n,ii,inn i.ri,n in ivii niin.Tavm.nl
" c VM, Vnd Inlereiu
n,,iim i. iiloio i-ivon Hint nftor
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'" ksV om t o dM.ofTh.flnt publf
cation of this notice, the snld llatb
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sheba M. Allen will forccloso said
mortgages nnd will advertise for sule
tho property cocrcd thersby In so far
as tho same was conveyed by said
mortgages, Including whatever Interest
.!. n. i ,,....1. ...... .4... onl.l
V," '" ,'7n . "rr 'n(. r; m
property, nnd will sell tho sumo nt pub
"""", waiiw " .
lie auction at tho auction rooms of
James F. Morgan In said Honolulu on
Saturday, tho 17th day of March, A.
D. 1906 at 12 o'clock noon of said day.
Following Is tho description of said
All that parcel of land nt Kulaoka
hua In raid Honolulu, comprlslug Ln
Two Hundred and Ninety-Throe (293;
on Government Survey Mnp of K ill no
kahua Plains said lot having u front
age of 100 feet, more or less, on Klnnu
street, mid h depth of Ids feet
Note: The nbove sale Is subject t.i
whatever Interest Mary Ann K. Kolo
moku and her assigns mny huve la
said property, slio having only Joined
In the mortgages aforesaid by releua
Ing her right of doner In said prop
Further particulars may be had l
Kinney, McClanahan & Cooper, attor
neys for said Unthshcba M, Allen, u
the Judd Ilulldlng at said Honolulu.
Dated. Honolulu, T. II., Februarj
UATHSHEHA M. ALLEN.
I hereby consent to the foregoing
method of foreclosure and sale.
CHARLES R. HEMENWAY,
Trustee In Rnnkruptcy of Hiram Ko-
Feb. 23; Mar. 2, 9, 16.
Entered for Record March 7, 1906,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
West & Hawn Invst Co Ltd to Ida
Schaeff cr D
tda Schaeffer to II Watcrhouso Tr
Co Ltd tr M
Prlscllla E Hasslngcr to Francis It
II Hamano to K Hiynma ........PA
Allen & Robinson Ltd to Edmund II
McClnnahnn ' Rcl
Frnrcls It Day and wf to Richard II
Trent tr D
Rdmund I) McClanahnn to James
Walpaheo Ilarcnaba and hsb to Ka
lualpakohnna (w) . . . , D
Recorded Feb. 2t, 1906.
Knpalt and hsb to II M Whitney:
IM, 2 pes land, bldgs, etc. Knllua, Koo
ilaupokn. Oahu; 1370. I) 276, p 440.
uateil tcu 23, laun,
I'ololo Land & Improvement Co
Ltd to Tr of Est of Juliette M Cooke;
D; lots 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 10 and 11, blk 107,
Palolo Valley, Honolulu; 12500. II
278, p 215. Dated Dec 29, 1905.
Alice O Slmao and bsb (J) to Chris
tina a Agular; D; 1-4 int In 2351 sq
ft land and bldgs, near Ilcrctanla St,
Honolulu; $5, etc. II 277, p 413. Dat
ed Feb 8. 1906.
Oeorglna O Fcrrelra and hsb (J F)
ct at to Christina 0 Agular; D; 3-1 Int
In 2375 sa ft land and bldgs near Bcro
tanla St. Honolulu; $100. U 277, p 411.
Dated Feb 10, 1906.
$500. I! 277. p 416. Dated Feb 24,
li, Di,-, . a.i...
m8'.?,,"" .i-n 2 i
?,??,1?:J ?M . h""cl ?on.' "J . ''"
,n""i'' " il0 "' J' 1""1" "-'"
MUSlC Co Ltd; CM; 1 CHIVMl plttnCJ No.
ifimc. iii ti Mr. .. inn tAA.i
tftivuo i f j i 1 iiiu. u m i Wf f,i irvt luivu
Jlmft J? J9,J
Samuel Parker to Paauhau Sug Pltn
p0- ""J" 'j L; nc "V",1' K?I??'" ? ."
l,aw"s 'rm -J ,1'c' ,1911' '" m
' C L. pd I1G00. 11 283. p 9. Dated
ilflY o l"vl.
f;onir of Public lJnds to Samuel
pc iDnil, Knlopa, llamakua, Hnwall.
283, p 10. Dated Feb 16 ,1906.
Saml Parker by Tr to Paauhau Sug
Plantn Co; Con L; pc land, Knlopa,
llamakua, Hawaii; $1. II 283, p 11.
Dated Jan 25, 1906.
Mm Maria F Ilcnto to Ah Kwong;
Agrmt; to purchase for 1950, pel and
and bldgs. Volcano St, Hllo. II 281, p
"ed Feb 12. 1906.
Rufus A Lyman to Harriet F Coan;
M; uc land. Koae, Punn. Hawaii, $200.
275, ti 491. Dated Feb 20, 1900.
Ulnnu and hsb nn 8 I. I)?ha; I);
lot 31 of Patent 4911, Olna, Puna, Ha
11 278, p 217. Dated Feb
KAUAI KNOCKER KNOCKS
t,0 Onrdon Island has tbo following
"Say." said tho old codger as he
poked his head through the llttlo win
dow abovo our desk. "I hear that tbej
aro going to Increase tho membership
of tho Hand from twenty-mo men to
forty, nnd send them on a tour through
tho States to advertise T Honolulu
Well, I want to go on record ns being
'agin Jt. IUtter let tho people whe
ore taxed for Its support do tho kick
Ing, wo replied.
"Not tnxed, hey! How about thai
Incomo Tax steal? That pays for the
"''.' ' thing several Uiiich over. Hut
BS I WOK Oil 1110 pilllll Ol reUinrKlllg, I
i10K, they will make 'Chocy' Cohen put
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.111, I. KWUI. 1IVOI1IIJ MVUUBII 1W ,,,nU,W
nrly so good as It
and they do not
tliu cities, unci
expenses In tho
They play badly
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'atiiiir iirt in n linn u' 1 1 n inniu nnni in.
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' ticcaiiio. iinwnnnii classics snouiu u
KDJlL .ff!,.!?l0' uch
luiuriumi, luuiii iiii. lll.
"lly tho way, 1 hear my friend Ka
pelmolster llergcr Is hnrd at work
'composing' n (luvornor Mnrch, to be
pin) id when Ills Excellency returns
It Is to huo all tho ncry dasii and
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Bmiih ', vuiu u.U
I'curo and 'Steamer Day
marches and the words surpass all ol
il hhiI(iiili Imel nffn
bis previous best efforts. The flrbl
verso Is as rollows:
"'Clartor, Oarlcr, darter has come
"'Rand! Rackety, ernekety, bin, boom
"Whack! whack I whack I
" 'Seo 'Cliaclc,' our 'Chock,' mlt a mnllr
dot vns painful mid sad
"'He tries to look glad, but jnu bet h
" 'Ven 'Oeorgo' camo hack.
Ilanu Illff! Hang!! Whack!!!
"The other veises touch tho sanu
! "vol, and. married to an Inimor
lint niAln.l t ( 111 nnilitiilinilli. tun I' n
tal melody, will undoubtedly make
Seriously, what tho promotion
Committee ought to do is to have at
tractive folders printed for tho hotels,
and do a lot of good magazine advertis
ing. Silly 'catch phrases,' and the
braying of a thlrd-rata band will never
prlntf anybody to tbo Islands
IB MAKING A WOOLEN TWO-PIECE
HOTEL opp, BISHOP STREET.
' 3222 U
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steimera of this lino will arrive
FROM 3AN FRANCI8CO: I
VENTURA MAR. 14
ALAMEDA MAIL 23
SIERRA APR. 4
ALAMEDA APR. 13
SONOMA APR. 25
ALAMEDA MAY 4
In connexion with the sailing of the above steamers, tho ageaU M
orepared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets, ky am
railroad from San Francisco to all points In the United States, an txvm
New York by any steamship line to all European ports
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wn G. Irwin & Co, Ltd
OCEANIC 8. 8. CO., GENERAL AQENT8.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship
Co., and .Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of tho above companies will call at Honolulu anal
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned:
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
MANCHURIA MAR. IB
HONQKONO MARU MAn. 22
KOREA MAR. 29
COPTIC APR. 7
" Call i Manila.
for gnral Information apply to
Ht Hackfeld &
AMERICAN-HAWAUAN S. S. CO.
Direct Strrice between New York and Hawaiian Islands, Via Pacific Coast
Prom New Vorlt to Honolulu
8.S. "MASSACHUSETTS- to sail MAR. 10
8.S. "CALIFORNIAN" to sail APRIL S
Freight received at all times at tbo Company's Wharf, 41st Street, South
Prom San Pranctaco To Honolulu Direct.
8.8."NEVADAN" to sell MAR. 22
8.S. "UEDRA8KAN" to sail APRIL 12
Freight received at Company's Wharf, Urecnwlch Street,
and each month thereafter.
Prom Honolulu to San PrnncUco.
8.8. "NEDRASKAN" to sail MARCH 11
S.S. "NEVADAN" to sail APRIL 1
ProTi Seattle and Tacomn to Honolulu
8.S. "HAWAIIAN" '. (direct boat) to sail MAR. 18
8.8. "NEDRASKAN" via 8an Francisco, sail APRIL 6
For further Information apply at
G. P. MORSE, H. Hackfeld 6b Co., Lt
General Freight Agent AGENTS, HONOLULU.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of the abovo line, running In connection with tke CANADIAN
tACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouvoi, D. C, and Sydney, N. S. K
tnd calling t Victoria, D. O, Honolulu and Suva, FIJI, and Drtsbaaa, as
QUE AT HONOLULU on or about the dotes below stated, vis.:
crom Vancouver and Victoria, D. C.i
(For Drlsbane and Sydney)
MOAN A ...
Through Tickets Issuod from Honolulu to Canada, United IUta a
Europe. For Freight and Passat and
Theo. II. Davl i & Co.. ltd. General Agents.
Union Express Co., 63 Queen Street.
RANCH HU8TACE PCCK CO., LTD.
Having baggage contracts with the following Steamship Co.'s Lints.
Oeeanlo Steamship Co. Pacific Mall Bteamshla Co.
Occld' ital & Oriental Steamship Co.
Wilder 8. 8. Co. Toyo Klsen Kaisha Steamship C.
Wo check your outgoing baggage at your homes, saving ynu ta troakt
and ennoyance of checking on the wharf.
Incoming baggage checked on steamers of above conii.....3a and sir
ered with quickness and dispatch at your homes.
TELEPHONE MAIN Bfl.
J. F. Morgan, President; C. J, CampbelL Vice Preslaent; J. U McLaaur
Secretary; A. F. Clark, Treasurer; N. E. Gedgt, Auditor; Frank Hustaaa,
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
DRAY IVLE1N, 63 QUEEN ST.
DEALER8 IN nf,
Firewood, Stove and Steam Coal.
AND BLACK 8AND.
Our $05 White
are marvels of beartv and du
rability. They stand 5 feet 8
Inches, the four aides are fit
ted with removable tablets
with raised letter. Endorsed
by "The Scientific American"
aa moss-proof and strictly
So' Agent for Islanda. Box
The Bike Doctor. I nava a bla
stock of wneels. ilepalrlni
oar specialty. Wheels Rant
ed. Two Stores: 1(3 KJsi BU
Hotel near River.
Fine Job Printing M TLe BuUsUj
and leave this port as heraoal
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SIERRA fAR. If
ALAMEDA MAR. 28
SONOMA , APR. t
ALAMEDA APR. 18
VENTURA APR- 24
KOR SAN FRANCISCO.
CHINA APR. 14
From 8ydney and Drlsbana.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, D. C.)'
MIOWKRA MAIL T
MOANA APRIb 4
MAIIICNO MAY 1.
all general Information apply ta
TELEPHONE MAIN IM.
pure distilled wall
Delivered to any part of
city by courteous drivers.
Oahu Ice and Electric Ct
Kewalo. Telephone llu I1C
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers In Lumber and C6fi
ALLEN A ROBIN80N,
Quean St, Honolulu.
SANITARY PLUMBING AND
it RIGHT PRICES when you order
S K. AKI & CO.,
ICa SMITH ITMET.