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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. II. T., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY IB, 1901.
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Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamer ot this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
VENTURA ,...t 4. Fob. 19
MARIPOSA Mch. 2
SIERRA Mch. 12
MARIPOSA Mch. 23
SONOMA Apr. 2
MARIPOSA Apr. 13
VENTURA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 4
SIERRA Mar 18
MARIPOSA May 25
SONOMA Juno 4
In connection with the sailing ot the above steamers the agents are pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San FranclBco to all points In the United States, and from New
DTork by any steamship lino to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
GENERAL AQENT3 OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co, Toyo Kisen Kafsba
..,. BUasert I tbicopiniM will call (Honolulu tad I save ttlitotloior ttoilt
...fates Mow motioned 1....
For Japan and China:
Rio di Janeiro, .,.i
, ...Fetruary to"
,, ,. March 6
it ... March t4
For central loforaaMon rp'7 o
H. Hackfeld &
Canadian - Australian Royal Hail Steamship Company.
W Staaaara ol ta atora llaa. nnalac la coaaactloa with lb. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
m-m Vutotmr. B. C , and Sytotr, N. S. W , aol ullloi tl Victoria. D. C, Hoaolalu ana Biliaaa.
.. DUB AT HONObUL
or about Iba
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C,
r BrUbaaa aat Sfioty I
Aorantl Feb. l
Warrlnoo Mir. 16
Mlowara April t
Aorantl Mt n
SSrTbroaib tlcktta Iatua4 frora Hooololi lo Canada, Uatte4 SlaU. aa lorop. For FraliM aal
Paaaafa aaa" all gaaaral taforaaatlon. apply to
Thco. H.Davlc8&Co.,Ltd., Gcn'lAftcnte.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
S. 8. Hawaiian will be dispatched from New York on or before
January 15 for San Francisco, en route to Honolulu -
To be followed by 8. 8. Ore&onlan. April loading.
Freight received at company's wharf, 42d Street, South B.ooklyn,
at all times. For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB, '
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
When You WaqHifi
RING TJP THE. ...
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
H8 FOBT 8TREK1,
SUble- 'Phone, 477
Hack. SUnd 'Pbonei, 819 andTli.
C. H. BELUHA.
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Black Sand
1 In Quantities to Suit
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
BfiT Dump Carts furnished by the dij
on Hour's Notice.
H. R. HITCHCOCK.
Merchant St., In M. D. Monsarrat's olrite.
Drays for Freight
Our representative meets all Incoming
steamers from the Coist nd we check
baggage on all outgoing steamers.
White and Black Sand For Sale.
Office with Evening Bulletin. 210 King
street. Tel. 86.
. Yf. LARSEN, Kft.
baneral Manager ot
Tbt) Kqnjtable Life Asaunnca 8oci
0' th United BUtea (or the UvUl
Ortinai Mcouanr etroat. Hop
M. PHILLIPS & CO.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbui
hropeu ud American Drj looo
Fo t and Qneen Btreeti.
H. HACKFELD k CO., I
IEHERAL COMMISSION ABBIYi
Cor. Fort ud Queen Btreeti Eofcoh
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA Feb. 18
MARIPOSA Mch. 6
SONOMA Mch. 12
MARIPOSA Mch. 27
VENTURA Apr. 2
MARIPOSA Apr. 17
SIERRA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 8
SONOMA May 14
MARIPOSA May 29
VENTURA June 4
For San Francisco:
America Mania. .
City ol Peking...,
Hongkong Maru .
,... February 19
, March 1
..... .March 16
Co., Ltd., Agents.
4aua bofow tat4 1a I
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANB
For Victoria aad Vaacourw (B. C)t
Ao'vigl .....Arrll 10
Wa moo...... May S
Mlowcra Junt s
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
On y FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Btiber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
115 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. I Montgomery St.. San Francisco.
E.L. LOMAX.G.P. SsT. A.,
1473 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Go.
From and After January 1, 1899,
TATI0N9. Dally Dallr
(Oatwait) aa. Sua. !allr aa. Sua. Dally Dally
AM. AM. AM. CM. P.M.
Hoaolala no 111 1105 11:5 no
Ptail City,,,. Sol 048 1:140 4i i)o
EwaMlll.,,,.. I u 10 08 latoo 40s iiio
Walaaaa , .... to $0 . 44s
Watalaa 11 ss .... 140
Kanaka ,.., i. 3. .... sua ,,,,
(lavaid) aa Sea. Dally Dally Da'ly
A.M. AM. PM. P.M.
Kanaka , 11H aol
Walalua A 10 .... a so
Walana yno .... J )J
waMIII io ?:aj iios 4 a
PaailClly 6 ij lo tlja 4 si
oholulu Iti 8 Jj a. it
F. C. Surra, Oen'l Paaa. A Ticket
O. P. Dwataoif . Rurnrlntn'Unt.
Mrs, Annis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, " Mlgnon "
7io Beretanla street; Tel. 1 1 14. ifa7-tf
E. K. KAAI,
Taacher of '. ' uitar, Mandolin, Zltb
Ukulolo and Taro Patch.
Orders to be left cars ot Wall, Nloholr
fl "C"lrtw Vp-(n v U
Subscribers to the BUL
LETIN not receiving trie pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying the Busi
ness Cce, Telepiwne 156.
Adaltlonal, and th. lattil Shlfplnj N.wi.wlll aa
found on lb. tlehth pat.
MOVEMENTS OP STEAMERS.
Steamers due and to sail for the next
thirty days arc aa follows:
Steamers. From. Due.
DORIC S. V, Feb. 1C
AORANdl Victoria Feb. 1C
ALAMEDA Sydney Feb. 18
SIERRA S. F. Feb. 19
COPTIC Yokohama Feb. 19
NIPPON MARU S. F. Feb. 2G
Steamers. For. Dne.
DORIC Yokohama Feb. 16
AORANOI Sydney Feb. 18
ALAMEDA S. F. Feb. 18
SIERRA Sydney Feb. 19
COPTIC S. F. Feb. 19
NIPPON MARU Yokohama... Feb. 26
A government transport from San
Francisco, carrying mall, Is duo about
the 9th and 23d of each month,
a 1 a
VESSELS TO ARRIVE AT HONOLU
LU AND HAWAIIAN TORTS.
(Thla list docs not Includo coasters.)
Alex, McN'all, Am, bk., Ekrcn, Now
cnttle; J. J, Moore & Co.
ifddcrjac, Nor. sp., Johansen, Now
castle; Hind, Rolph & Co.
Addenda, Am. bkt, Perry, Newcas
tle; R. D. Hogue.
Uonmjro, Nor. bk., Johnson; New
castle. Unttle Abbey, Dr. bk., McGhlo, New
castle; J. J. Mooro & Co.
Illl,' Donanza, Am. bk., Bergman,
Newcastle; J. J. Moore & Co.
A. P. Cheney, Am. bk., Johnson, Tu
ccmn.. Churchill, Am. schr., Trcaor, New
castle; R. I). Hogue.
City of Adelaide, Dr. bk., Greenwood,
Newcastle; J. J. Mooro & Co.
Courtney Ford, Am. brig, Murchlson;
Challenger, Am. sp , Could, Tacoma.
Drummulr, Dr. sp.., Armstrong; New
castle. Drumburton, Dr. bk., Thomas, New
castle. Elwetl, Am. sp.., Ellis, Ncwcastlo;
J. J. Moore & Co.
Emily Reed, Am. sp., Baker, Newcas
tle; J. J, Moore & Co.
Fcohng Suey, Am. bk., Wlllett, New
York; Chas. Brewer & Co.
rnntasl, Am. bk Anderson; Newcas
tle; J, J, Mooro '& Co.
Henry Falling, Am. sp., Mathews,
Honolulu, Am. schr., Stokkebye,
Newcastle; J. J. Moore & Co.
Haydn Brown,, Am. bk., Paulsen;
Newcastle; R. B. Hogue.
Hesper, Am. bk., Sodergren, Newcas
tle; J. J. Moore & Co.
Highlands, Br. bk., Smith, Newcas
tle, Hind, Rolph & Co.
Himalaya, Am. b., Williams, Newcas
tle; J. J. Moore & Co.
Henry Vlllard, Am. sp., Quick, Sa
vannah; W. R. Draco & Co.
Highland Light, Am. bk., McClurt;
Inra, Am. schr., Rasmusscn, Newcas
tle; .T J. Mooro & Co.
J. II. Bruce, Am. schr., Peterson;
Ncwcastlo; Hind, Rolph & Co.
Jes Rolph, Am. schr., Dedrlck, Nl
t'ato Ports; W. R. Grace & Co.
Lyman D. Foster, Am. schr., Kidman,
Newcastle; R. B. Hogue.
Louisiana, Am. sp Halcrow, New
enst't: J. J. Mooro & Co.
Lt.ttlo Bennett, Am. schr., Rasmus
Lurllnc, Am. bg., Schaube, S ,F.
Mary A. Troop, Br. bk., Wally.
M. P. Grace, Am. sp., Qrant, New
castle, R. B. Hogue.
Manila, Am, schr., Knudson, New
castle; J, J. Moore & Co.
Mary Doilgo, Am. schr., Olson, What
M, Wikelman, Am. bkt, Rcnnecho,
Nmianu, Am. bk., Josselyn, New
York; Chas. Brewer & Co.
Newsboy, Am. bkt, Chlpperfleld,
Newcastle; J. J. Mooro & Co,
Omega, Am. bkt, Macklo, Nowcastlc;
R. D. Hoguo.
Palmyra, Am. bk., Keller; Newcas
tle; J. J. Moore & Co.
Passepartout, Nor. sp., Nellscn, Syd
ney; Henry Lund & Co.
Philippine, Am. schr., Larson;
Paul Isenberg, Ger, bk., Ott, Bremen.
Queen, Am. schr., Fredrlckson, Port
Reporter, Am. schr., Dahloff; Gray'a
Snow & Burgess, Am. bk., Olsen;
Ncwcastlo; Hind, Rolph & Co.
Seminole, Am.'bk., Taylor, Newcas
tle; J. J. Mooro & Co.
Sonoma, Am. bk., Stursland, New
rattle; J, J. Mooro & Co.
Star ot Bengal, Am. bk Henderson;
Nencastlo; J. J, Mooro & Co.
Santa Ann, Am. schr.., Strand; So
attlo Tellus, Ger. bk Nielsen, Hamburg,
Mcer, Wilson & Co.
Transit, Am. schr., Jorgcnsen, New
castle; Balfour, Guthrlo & Co.
Two Brothers, Am. sp. Wilson; Ta
cuma. W. F, Wltzemann, Am. schr., Buteu
hon; Gray'B Harbor.
Wnihusett, Am. sp., Lambcrth, Now
castlo' R. B. Hague.
Win H, Smith, Am. sp., Colly, New
castle; J. J. Mooro & Co.
Vega, Am. schr. Cook, Port Blako
loy.. RUPTURE CURED
j, for TCH DOLLHR8.
&-. TlKiUaUilhUlinVat lava-la 1 lirnl
At Uwir uw 11 lit met fur Una
ami! jrii-. ttmttrat lit
vviitlonof lit A Ke. hHur
llTftmlroinfort lo lliruj
tnrml Nn unrthltii Mali-pat
n- " ' - fr - oritiiioniioruiioiL inn
f TSI tli at tvnrk. Int-a-tf liftl
"Bo.1f I K , 1M trlTlnsr fnll Information. iiinlUl in irtnli
ttrTnnrHtrt3t .taiiiinlthu(lrt. Rllomrl irrm
tOQKTIC TIUIS CO. i)'-tBirffi,UHriAICIfM
.gy n a,tsy
LOST ITS OPPORTUNITY PERPETUAL IN
WHAT MINISTER KATO
SAYS OF JAPAN DIPLOMACY
Close of the Year Shows Business to
Have Been Very Satisfactory
Demand of Korea Attitude of
Russia Chinese Question.
(Correspondence Associated Press.)
Yokohama, Jan. 1C Mr. Kato, Min
ister of Foreign Affairs, Is reported to
hae said in a recent Interview In ans
wer to the demand that Japan should
enter upon a strong foreign policy, that
this empire lost Its great opportunity
In falling to protest, against the Ger
man seizure of Klao Cliau and the Rus
sian occupation of Port Arthur. That
in his opinion, was tlio crucial day for
Japan, and It Is too late now to effectu
ally stem the tldo ot encroachmant.
In regard to the supposed secret
treaty between Russia and China, Mr
Kato Is reported to bao said;
"It Is probablo that Russia has en
tered Into some understating about the
disposal of Manchuria. It Is Russia's
usual policy to arrange so that man
diplomatic affairs executed by her rep
resentatives do not cmnnatii from the
Government, biri7 aro left to th cdlscrc
tlon of her Ministers. When her rep
loacntnthos' acts suit the Government
the latter gives its ratification, but
when it Is Inconvenient it Is declared
to bo contrary to Its views, having been
done on tho responsibility of the Minis
ter concerned, and tho latter Is forth
with removed from his post for his al
leged presumption. It is not clear
whether or not tho present secret treaty
with China was concluded with the In
structlons of tho St. Petersburg Gov
ernment, but tho existence of a treat)
seems to bo probable."
Tho closing and balancing up of ac
counts, which Is a confirmed habit of
all Japancso tradesmen ami merchants
at the opening of tho new car, seem
to have resulted In far less financial
disaster than was anticipated. No
prominent failures are reported and
business is moving smoothly in Us
usual channel. The annual shipping
report showing great Increaso In the
tcnage of vessels entering Yokohama
and Kobe, while Nagasaki, owing to
the great activity in China and Manila
affairs, has experienced something like
a genuine boom
Tho settlement ot tho Chinese ques
tion is still awaited with ever Increas
ing Impatience, which wilt largely ac
count for the strong opposition to the
American proposal to remove tho scene
of negotiations to Washington. While
the advantages to be gained by such a
movo aro generally recognized, the
practical objection to the delay which
would result has overshadowed even
Tho primitive character of Korean
statesmanship has been curiously Illus
trated by n recent demand made upon
tho Japanese Government by tho Min
ister of that country that Korenn poli
tical refugees now In Japan should 1
handed over or banished to some re
mote region of foreign country. Not
only nrc the men In question living
very quiet and Inoffensive lives hero.
but their Government seems to have.
no conception of civilized usage In the
matter. It is needless to say that th
Japanese Government will tako no
notice whatever ot the demand.
Tho harbor of Yokosuka, where a
majority of tho Japanese naval force la
now gathered, presents a most splendid
appearance, nnd Is calculated to im
press every foreigner with a vivid con
ception of tho country's naval strength.
When It Is remembered that scarcely
thirty years ago tho empire knew of
nothing except old junks, the advanco
made in that line Is nothing less than
Everything Is quiet In political
spheres, but It Is anticipated that when
the Diet reassembles on tho 26th Inst.,
thoro will be somo music. The excep
tional strength of the Cabinet Is, how
ever, generally recognized, and under
tho able guidance ot Marquis Ito It Is
confidently expected to weather any
Ship Eva In Dlatrcns.
San Franclsco.Feb. 4. Hard Indeed Is
tho luck of the ship Eva. That vessel,
after having been reported na lost on
her last vojage from Portland to Yo
kohama, arrived at her port of desti
nation with nothing very serious tha
matter with her. But last night sho ap
peared In tho harbor of San Francisco
much to tho astonishment of local
shipping men, who supposed she was
well on her way from Portland to tho
Orient again. Tho caus cof tho arrival
of tho Eva' at this port was a leak in
her hull, which Is said to bo taking in
water nt tho rate of six Inches an hour.
After leaving Portland the vessel en
countered n storm nnd the leal, was the
consequence, Sho will bo repilri'd
here Shipping men btllevo It will bo
necessary to discharge tho Eva's c.vgo
before tho damago can bo repaired
Captain Peteison commands tho Evu
German Ship lidinancl.
San Francisco. Fib. A. News was re
ceived hero today to tho effect that tho
German ship Edmupd, which went
nshoro near Guaymas some tlmo ago
started to return to this port last Sit-
unlay morning in tow of tho tu?
Luckcnback, Captain Mctcalf, who
floated tho ship, Is returning b) rail.
Fine Job Printing at
ISSUED AGAINST QUEEN
LILIUOKALANI AND WILSON
Restraining Them from Taking Any
More Sand from Land Below
Judge Humphreys has Issued a per
petual lnnjunctlon against Her majes
ty Queen Lltluokalanl and John Wil
son, restraining them from further tak
ing sand or gravel below high water
mark from the tide lands of tho Terri
tory of Hawaii and particularly from
those lands mentioned and described
In a certain deed of Knmehameha IV
to Kcohokalolc as set forth In this
Tho Injunction was Issued at 12 noon
e8tcrday and was served on the de
fendants In the afternoon. The Ter
ritory of Hawaii Is the plaintiff In tho
The plaintiffs bill for Injunction was
filed In the Circuit Court, February I,
1901, and the order to show cause and
the restraining order was signed by
tho Court on the same day. The defen
dants nnd each of them were command
ed to show cause before the Court on
February 11, why an Injunction should
not be granted restraining them, their
ngents. servants, vendees and licensees
from taking Sand mid gravel below
high water mark from the land men
tioned nliove. The defendants worn for
bidden to suffer or commit any of the
acts referred to until further order of
The order to show cause and the re
straining order were duly served upon
the defendants on February 2 The ilan
set for the hearing of the case having
expired nnd neither of the defendants
having appeared to show cause, the
Court Issued the Injunction jesterday.
This of course means that Her majes
ty Queen I.iliuokalanl nnd John II,
Wilson will never again be able to
tako sand from the land mentioned. If
they do, thoy will undoubtedly bo cit
ed for contempt of court.
There was a large attendance at tho
meeting for organization of the Gos
pel Temperance League in the Y. M. C.
A. last night. Franklin II. Austin
who was elected president of the so
ciety, made an earnest appeal for tho
help of not only thoso who had signed
tho pledge but all Christian people.
The principal business of the even
ing was tho reading of the charter of
the Gospel Temperance League of Ho
nolulu, This was adopted as a whole,
on motion of Franklin Austin. The
rhnir, previous to tho election of Mr.
Austin, was occupied by John H.
Pierce, one of the signer of tho pledge.
Article III (Objects and Members),
reads as follows:
Section 1 Tho objects of this league
nrc (1) to afford all of thoso who, dur
lng the v Islt of Francis Murphy to Ho
nolulu In January, 1901, signed tho
pledge, tho means of social intercourse
nnd (2) its members nn opportunity of
helping one another by lawful means
In brotherly love and mutual sympathy
to keep the letter of said pledgo which
Is as follows:
II, the undertsgned, do pledgo
my word of honor, God helping
me to abstain from all Intoxi
cating liquors as a beverage,
and that I will by all honor
able means encourago others to
nnd (3) generally to promote tho cause
Sec 2 All persons who have signed
and who Bhnll hereafter sign tho Mur
phy gospel temparence pledge shall by
the act of signing said pledge becomo
members of this league, and shall ho
entitled to vote upon all questions
coming before the league In mass meot-
See. 3 The league shall be essenti
ally nnn-pollttcnl and non-sectarian In
character, and no ono shall be debarred
from membership on account of race,
color, previous condition, religious or
At tho close of tho meeting. President
Austin Issued a call for n meeting ot
the grand council for next Trlday night
In tho bnll of tho Y. M. C. A.
TO CUIin A L'ULD IN ONE DAT.
Take Laxative Dromo Quinine Tablet
All druggists refund tho money If It
falls to cure. 13. W. Grove's signaturfl
la on each box. 25 cents.
FOR SALE !
HOUSE WITH LO l 60 ft. by 2co
ft. House contains six rooms,
lanai, bath-room, clothes closet,
anil china closet. Built entirely of
Nor 'west and almost new.
HOUSE LIKb I HE FIRST, with
lot 60 ft. by 120 ft.
LOTS WITHOUT HOUSES.
High ground. Excellent neighbor,
hood. Near botti new and old car
lines. Large trees.
Inquire of C. BOLTE,
10 Merchant Street, or of
i740-tf Pensacola Street.
THE PACIFIC MILL COMPANT
has succeeded to the planing mill buslnese
of the Enterprise Mill Co., Ltd., Alakex
and Richards streets, and tesptctfully soli
cits the patronage of all former customer!
of the latter mill company.
1716 tf W. H. G. ARNEMANN.
Stockholders are hereby notified that tin
Foufth Assessment of 5 per cent or two and
one-half dollars per share on the Capital
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payable
July 1st, at the office of the undersigned,
in Fort streot. J.H.FISHER.
Actg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph C.
Honolulu, June t, loco. 1550
Stockholders of the Hawaiian Chinese
Kona Coffee Plantation Co, Ltd., art
hereby notified to sunender their old certi
ficates and receive new ones. The secre
tary will be at the Hawaiian Chinese
News Co., at Chang Kim's office every
S A rURDAY this month from 2 to 3 p. m
Honolulu, February 8. iqoi. i7;rrivr
Election ot Officers.
At the adjournej annual meeting of the
stockholders of E. O. HALL Si SON,
LTD., held Thursday January 7th, 1501,
the following officers and directors were
electej to serve for the ensuing year:
W. V. Hall President
E. O. White Treasurer
E. H. P.i Is Secretary
E. II. Paris Auditor
The above, with A. J. Campbell and
Bruce Cartvvrlght, constitute the board of
E. H. PARIS,
Secretary E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Februirv 71I1. loot. L7J21M.
Election of Officers.
Notice Is hereby given that the follow
ing board of officers were elected tostrve
at the annual meeting ot the HAVtOA
PLANTATION CO., held on February
W. F. Allen President
H. P. Hildwln vice-President
G. H. Wobertson Treasurer
E. F. UIhop Secretary
P. C.Jones Director
The above compose the Hoard of Di
rectors. Auditor: T. Richard Robinson.
DateJ Honolulu, Februrv 4. loot.
E. P. lilSHOP,
1756 zw Secretary.
Election of Officers.
Notice Is hereby glv en that the following
Board of Officers were elected at the An
nual Meeting of C. URCWhK : CO,
(LTD.) held this day, to serve for the en
suing year, viz :
Chas. M. Cooke President
Geo. II. Robertson,.
Vice-President and Manager
E. F. Bishop, Sec. and Treas.
Col. W. F. Allen Auditor
P. C. Jones, Esq , 1
H. Vyaterhouse. Esq. V Directors.
Geo. R. Carter, Esq. j
E. F. BISHOP,
Dated Honolulu. Feb. 6, 1001. 17571W
IN TIID CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST CIRCUIT.
Te rltory (I I law 1 1. At chambers. In piobat In
the mjiirr of ihteUiof CjlulJo J Roclo, Uteof
II nolulu A Jocurtunt put port in to t trie Utt win
ini tctUmtnt ot I4 JecrsJ, hating h-enprestnt-ti
10 UU court, tortthrr lih a pcllfit n tor ihe r-ro-tute
that (, n4 for Uie luiunce of letters rsii
menu y to John S Auclo hnlne hn file J. Notice
It hrreby elm thai HlJay, I he 8th day of March, A.
U , loo i, at 10 o clock im, ol aU day, at the Oiurt
Rocm of tali Court, In the Judiciary UulUlnc. Horvt
lu'u N n the me hut by It appointed the tine
and place for proving laid will and hearing iaU
Honolulu, January igth, t$oi
liy the Court.
IT-Feb i 8,m ti Lltrk.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, TIRST CIRCUIT.
Territory of Hawaii In probate, at chambers. In fii
matter of the ettate of I Kamartawa Kuahu. Iai of
Honolulu, Oahu. The lait will and testament of taJA
deceased having been presented to laid court, togeth
er with a petition fur the probate thereof, and for the
Ittuance ot letters tetamcntary to Henry Maul hav
lor been filed, no'let U he y given thai Friday, the
ijtri day of March, A D , igot, at it. o'clock a ra , In
the Judlclarv Building, Honolulu, Is appointed the
time and plact for hearing said application, whet
and where any person Interested may appear anl
show cause, If any they have, why the pri)er of sali
petition should not be gran'ed.
Honolulu, February 4, 10 1.
Uv the Court.
A. G KAULUKOU.
NOTICB TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned having been duly appointed AJ
mln'strator of the estate of James Huchings, late of
Honolulu, Island of Oahu deceased 1 nolle Is here
by given lo alj persnnstu present their claims against
the estate of said James Hutching, deceased, duly
authenticated whether secured by mortgage or other
wise, to the undersigned at his office on Queen street
In the city ot Honolulu, Island ol Oahu, within six
months from th date hereof, or they will be forever
barred, and all persons Indebted to the estate art
hereby requested to make. Immediate payment to the
Administrator of the estate ot James Hutching.
Honolulu. Jan. )o. toot. iTim
Notice to Creditors.
The undersigned having been duly appointed Ex
ecutors and LxecutrU repcctlrly of the estate ol
James A Hopper, Jeceased, late of Honolulu, Oatn,
notice Is hereby given to all creditors to present tiae
claims against said Jamt A. Hopper, du'y authra
tlcated Wlihpioper touchers, II any exist. evinUtfar
claim Is secured by mortgage upon real estate, to 9m.
underslfned, at their otnea on tort strett HonoUu,
Oahu, within six months from the date ' f the fu
publication Turcot, or they will be fcreter barred.
nonoiuiu, uanu, i eDruary tst t u , 1001.
WILLIAM L. HOPPER
E WLLIS PETERSON, anl
Executors and Executrix of the estate ot Jame? A.
Hopper, Jeceatrd ifll-Mt'ltw
Notice to Creditors.
Letters Testamentary having been duly Issued t
the Undersigned as Executors of the Last Will and
lestamintiit ROllLRTti RAUL.Iai'e f llarutulu,
Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii derated, IW
flee) Is hereby given t j all persons to present then
claims against the L.Utj nf said Robert (j Rate,
decrasid duly authrn Icated whether secured by
morUagt or otherwise t) the Undersigned of their
office in the City of llunotulu ortoMevw Ifim-t.
and Stanley, Ihelr Attorneys at their Office on Kit
humanu street In the City of Honolulu, within SIX
MONTH: from the date ot the ftrt publication here
of ft they will be foreer barred and all persons
Indebted 10 said Estate are hereby reiueted to make
Immediate payment to the I'nJmlpned
l-REDLRI K HARRISON,
Exicutors of thcLatt Will and Testatum! t.f Ro
berto Rabet deceased
t Honolulu hebruaryjrth 191 iTS9'i
The undersigned halngNen duly appointed ad
mlnlsiraturs with the will annexed of the estate ol
Lau 1 seung .otherwise Lau Oiong, formerly f Hone
lulu, Hawaii, lateol HtngKung, deceased, hereby
5ivt notice to all creditors ti present their claim
ulv authenticated and with pror-tr vouchers, tl or
eiitt, even If the claim It secured by mortgage, upo
realettate to them Hit said undersign. J attheotacr
of Wing Wo Tal Nuuanu street, near k'lrg, in sell
Honolulu, within six months from this date of pus It
cation and If said claims bt not presentedwlthlti.
time, they shall K forever barred All persons in
debted to said estate are revetted to nwkt lunvdu
payment to said undersigned at said oflict.
Dated, January 11st, 1901,
Administrators with the wilt annexe.
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