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'Oceanic Steamship Company
I TIME .TABLE.
ffi steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FKOM SAN FRANCISCO.
VnNTUIlA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 4
SICnilA May 18
MARIPOSA May 25
SONOMA June 4
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers the agents ire pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In tho United States, and from New
Fork by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLT TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited,
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. B. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental aid Oriental Steamship Co, 0 Toyo Kisen Kalsba
. Staavara o( tba above coiapaataa will call at Honolulu and laava tala sort oa or afeeit tit
For Japan and China:
I China Arm
For raoaral loforaaoa rply 10
H. Hackfeld &
rSUaHtn of lb abort lint, roastag lo cotatcttoa wtth tb CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
1 VaocouTir. B. C. and Svdotr. N. S. W aod calllor at Victoria. B. C. Honolulu icd Brlatant
1 DVB AT HONOLULU on or about tha
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C,
Aorinel, May tt
Moana June 8
Mlora . .. July 6
firTbrottcb !ckti Ututa from Honolulu to uaaaaa, ueiua aiatti aos taiopt. rcr rtiifb. tea
f aiiaga ta4 al ntral Intormttlon, apply to
Theo. H. Device & Co., Ltd., Gcn'l Agents
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
S. S CALIFORNIAN, O.cootons, to sail In April
j-. S OREGONIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail two weeks later.
S S AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail
S.S.HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail
Freight received at company's wharf. 42J Street, South Brooklln.at all times.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. JY10RS5,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Lines of Travel
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
O y FOUR DAYS to New York.
P.llman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
M5 Third strw-t. Portland, Oregon,
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery at., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX. G. P. & T. A..
1472 Omaha. Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Co.
From and After January 1, 1R49,
.TiTIONS D.ll. Dall
ax. aua aur ai. asa.
Ptail City.... S.o
Walalua , ....
F. C. Burro, Oon'l Pass.
O. V, Dhnihoh, huiwrlntondent
j Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS
HRUOB OAVT WRIGHT
(xiuetal Msnsgei ot
Tt- RquU&bU Lift Awumnci Soal.
lit tl UnlUd UUtuIor tbi UnwtU
Ofiion MrtbiDt itrnl, Ho
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA Apr. 17
S1URRA .Apr. 23
MARIPOSA '...May 8
SONOMA May 14
MARIPOSA May 29
VENTURA June 4
For San Francisco:
Co., Ltd., Agents.
data btlow aut4 vln
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria asd Vaoeoavtr (B. C).
Moana . . , ..
Beer and Wine Dealers.
HAS A FINE LINE OF
Wines. Lluuors, Btc,
FOR SALE HY THE GLASS OR BOTTLE
J. K. Merseberg.
Importers, and Wholsbalb
Wine ail Lipr Dealers. ':
aiiqti tor rot Bomts Ktmiir ur 01 M4tu
Ko. 19 Nduanu Stkket
Foittr Block. HOKoiuiu. Hawaiian Hudtitv.
P. O. Boi 137. Mutual Toltrbcm )ot.
SODA WATER CO.
Comer Allen and Fort Sts., Honolulu.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE .MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. 1
The Mint Saloon
WA. CUNNINGHAM, Prop.
On Nuuanu St., opposite Chaplain Lane
If a fine drink of anything there
Is In the city Is wanted, the
Mint Is the place to go.
A beer garden, a fine reading
room, and a spacious and airy
bar room are jubt a tew
of the attractions.
J, II. McDonough Is the man
ager. His assistants are V.
Hilary, Bonnie Lemon
and Wally Davis.
If tou call once, yoj u 111 call
No Beer to liurn,
Out Beer to Beat the Baiul
I.ARGL INVOICI: OF
IN IjRAUGIIT AND HOTI'LI:
It li.is'nt come to stay ; it's uolnij
fast, hut there's more com
L. II. DEL1, Trop.
1 1 IF AT
Something About Horses
That Are Now in
RACE CREATING INTEREST
Crack Rider of California Jockey Club
Said to be Here Socialist
is Coming to
Notwithstanding tho l.-to rains, work
lit Knplolnnl Park has gone stenillly
forward. Although tho track has been
a trltlo heavy, the horbes have been
ploughing along In good form.
Interest over the coming VIrgio A'
Aggravation race next Saturday Is
growing dally, nnd a large crowd Is
Hire to nttend tho race.
, Tho cracks seem to think that Aggra
vatlon has been doing the better work
of tho two. Aggravation la In as dun
fettle as she ever was, and bIic Is can
terlng away In quick time. There Is no
doubt but what sho will bo well ridden
this time, for n Ilulletln reporter was
told In strict confidence, that one of
the crack mounters of the California
Jockey Club arrived In tho Mariposa
going Immediately to the track. A
week's time ought to be sufTlclent for
boreo nnd rider to get well acquainted.
Tom Holllngcr Is at least very hope
ful. Virgin A Is not slouching nlong by
any manner of means nnd there nrc
plenty of knowing onen here In town
who arc backing her to tholr last cent
to win with ease. She Is doing nicely
nnd Is well mounted.
News came by the Mariposa Sntur
'ay that tho race horso Socialist bad
b"n rhlppod from San Francisco for
Honolulu, about the flth of this month.
No particulars were known as to who
would rorelvo the horo at this end,
r it the writer stated that Socialist
ivcmhl beat any animal In Honolulu.
Ity litis time. Wntnisn Is well over
her sea trip and Is cantering along In
food style. Thomas has Just been gal
loping her nlung easily, but ho has
plenty up his sleeve.
Two more racers an exp.-etol down
from Maul In n few d-iyi.
Two turf beaters am looked let
I from Kenlla. They arc .uld to bo rank
I eel well towards the front.
McMnnus Is looked for In n week or
to from Hllo with tho Rainy City's
i inch of topnotchcrs.
Larry Dec's coterie of hoofers li do
ing splendidly under Jack Gibson's
. nreful management.
Octoroon Is out fo- tho .14 class and
bus worked off almost all tho fat on
Albert M Is doing :2S and :30 every
day, and has n lot mn'o to let out.
Artie V, who will be entered In tlm
2 40 and 3 minute class, tins plenty of
links to let out. He has not been push
ed us yet, but It Is whispered that ho
soild smash :! Into 1 ieces.
One of Itice's hows from Knuat
fame down last week and doing re
markable work. The animal will b
ntered In the Hawaiian breds.
Among Ronnie .ludd's bunch. Irish
.ussle Is qulto soru now and Is doing
hit little work.
Violin Is doing "0. -28 and better
every ilny, without turning a hair.
faro Hank and Wnylioy nre both elo
iug good work.
Judd has Just received a green stnl
Ilea which he predicts will make things
: w,'rm I00?' f,Uc " b-
1 Vlorls Is holding her reputation as
Cino of the finest In .1 very crodltnblo
1 Sir Cjsslmlr Is doing well.
An attempt will be made, to bring
down Laurence II from Knual ami en
I ., Iil.n In tho li.ilf.mlln fnr IlllU'lllInn
' breds. Tho horse is good for :5fi or
j :CS any time.
irauK win iw nuru tin inu i.i iu
IKtrn Knnd Concert.
The baud will glo n e.tia concert
on tho grounds of tho Ilaualluu hotel
this ewniug. (omiillnieutary to the
Clku. The following progrum has bei 11
March Welcome) Hall
Ovcrturo Poet mid Peasant ... Suppc
Grand Selection Mnrltnna .-.Wallaco
(a) Kapllln.i, (h) Walanuenuo.
Miss J. Kclllna.
(c) Alohn no Wall, (d) Muaul ko
Mrs. N. Alnpal.
Seli'ctlon In Sunny Tcnesseo ...
Interuiezio Cuvallorla lliistlcann.
Waltz I'.irudlsu of tho Pacific.. lleriPT
Mniih lluuds Aeinsa the Sea. .Housa
Tho SUir Spangled Ilunncr.
I'l chlil. lit l.oilbit of r'Nillie Is recelv.
lug 11 Harm nelnuui! duilnt, his tour
through I'm ik c.
,l)r PliriVn I Ivi
,'ji trie, llnil ll'HU'i
" t.lh,. - Aljr...
Instruments filed for record April 1;, loot,
Supdt l)ept Pub
F. K Pratt
Ho Len Kee
A D Frear
W F l-rear
SGreenb.-uimttalTrfHana Plant Co P Ki
lltnt (Mint rrt Piil,. 1 r.'
Hani Flint Co P.nliu '
G N Wilcox R L Wilcox et al Trs D I
AS Wllcox&wf O1
F W Miklnney I. C Able Tr Tr U I
WPHo:er Walanae Co IV
l.un Fie Tan Young Fong I I
One Chong Ho Ko KanChong H S
M Aloliu I. Ahlo TrD
Wong Ping Chong Wong Tuck I) S
Klilne K Kahanu Ml
Tts 0.ibu College M A Cheek I)
M Cheek Tr Oahu Colkge
M U Frrar
W Frear " ' "
C A HWiop " " "
C II VcClellan " "
A W Conradt " " "
G II McCleilan Tr
C L Kookoo
W E Edmonds
Tr O.ihu College
I E Ray
H H Elliot
Yong Hoy I.
C H Wells Corfn 1)
J A Johnson I)
First Bank of Hllo M'conHt,Pntl"' biliouHneHH, ncr
" " ' I vouitncHH. liver nnd Iddncy troub-
First A S & T Co Ltd
I E Ray Rel
Instruments filed for recorl April 16, 1 01.
First Psrty Second Party Class
M V Silva
J H Schnirk
J Kailahua et al
T E Lowrll
M H l-'oster
F I. Leslie
Kaplolanl Est Ltd
L C Coop and hus
Hakalau Pit Co L
B Mrhner D
D K.-Uahua 1)
Mow Fnok Chong I.
Luke .Yiong Wa
Klpahulti Sugar Co "
Yee Lock et al "
Supt PubW, rks D
Hamoa Pltn Co L
Hana Pltn Co
J I. McLein
Y Wo Sing Co
II M Whitney
W R Castle
Tr O.ihu College
E K Pratt
Club Stables Ltd
Oahu R & L Co
RECORDED APRIL 8. toot.
LLMcCandless to Ah Chin. L, Apr8,
loot; pieces land Smith .V Pauihl rits.
Honolulu, Ojhu. 15 yrs from July 1, igoi,
2 yrs at J600; 13 yrs at 750. Hook 219,
C IC C Rooke to W F Wilson, Conf L,
Apr 4 toot: piece land Queen Street, Ho
nolulu, O.ihu. Jl. Hook 2t8, pige 17;.
C I" Scliermerhorn to Trs Oahu College
M, Apr 1, 1001: lot 5, block y, Coll-ge
Hills I ract, Honolulu, Oahu. fi2o:. HoJ
220, page 126.
C H Athctton to Trs Oahu College, 'A,
Apr 1, looi; lots j V 4, bloik 7, Qdlegc
Hills Tract Honolulu, Oahu. 2000.
Hook 221, pjge 212.
V S Buflendean and husband to Trs
Oahu College. .M.Apr 1, loots lot 3, block
2. College hills Tract, Honolulu, O.iliu.
J 1 coo. Hook 220, page 124.
FHarwIck to Irs Oihu Cohere. M.
Apr 1. loots lot 7, block 5, College Hills
tract, tlunoluiu, Uahu. fsoo. Huolc 221
. . m
TALK OF NEW BUILDING
Tor Mimo time past the V. M. C. A
trustees hae felt that tho present As
sociation quarters were altogether In
adequate to the growing needs of the
Association and It has been whispered
about that a new building might he
roine n faint possibility.
Last night at tho annual mtetlng of
the Association trustOM. tho rry for a
new building nr.c aboiti a whisper
and the llrst steps toward new quarters
were taken by appointing a committed
to Investigate the matter. This com
mittee consists of M.'hsrs. Wcedon,
Johnston. Tcmpk'ton, Moore and Ath
The most prominent dWleult to bo
generally oxcrcome dos not seem to
present Itself to the local association
for 11 liulldlng site h.is already been of
fered them by W. P. Wcedon, who
promised to donate one. should the
association decide to liiilld.
Secretary II. 13. Coleman reported
for the year, showing that mattem nro
In a. prosperous condition.
The following membi'rs were elected
as delegates to the Iloaton Jubilee Na
tional Convention: II. Waterhouse,
William Henry. K. O. White, II. R.
Coleman. T. C. navies, W. C. Weedon
nnd .1. Waterhouse. .1. n. Ollmnn. a
resident of Huston, was also made a
.Manila. April 9. -Although tho
otlliluls are uncommunicative. It is
nevertheless mild that gulnaldo sign
ed the pence manifesto this morning
Chief Justice Arellano drafted the
document Agulnaldo strongly ohpect
cd to two clauses of the mnnlfesto,
mid i-onsldernhlo argument wns requir
ed to o Tcomo his objections.
Col. Ababa, the Insurgent lender of
Ziimhali'M' piovluee. with thlitten
olllcers, 83 men and ill' rllles. tturrend
civil to Lieutenant Colonel .Mniidl '
(loodsell. coinmiiiiding th marlnos
stntioni d at Olongnio on Kublg buy.
(ienernl MnUar. with about 1100 nion
nnd ns many rllles, Iu expected to sur
render shortly nt Silting, Iu Cavlte
Mothers' and TciicIicpm' Cluli.
The next meeting of the Mothers' and
Teachers' Club of Honolulu will bn
held nt II p. 111. on April llitli Iu tho
Punahim Preparatory hchool. ThH fob
lowing pnigrnm has In en arranged:
Mary Atherton Hlrhard.
2. Cultivating Habits of Regularity
Mrs. IT. Thompson.
3. Violin Solo
Miss Alice Wooda.
i. I'oods for Children ...
I)r Lucllu CI udiiuil
liter) hod Is Invited
. i4 ,4 ..- mm m m tte-n
vyiiiimimimiirg EX lo curry
MAGrlC 5 p:m'vVjUV t0
t WrHS .noiii
'fWW.W.'fffW, '" '"" " elrgaivUt
Pajk w STOMACH J
InJIgestion and Dyspepsia have wreckeJ
many lives People who are weak and
mlseiable should know that health would
return If the digestion were made normal.
Mils Is just the condition Hostettter's
Stort.i.h Hitters brines about. It cures
Ich, and produces ounJ sleep. It will
make you well. See that our prlvntc
revenue Htninp cover' the neck of the
A Foe to HOSTETTER'S
Stomach " STOMACH
In i.Dneaiieni.e of the appointment of
the Hn. Geo. Geir to the Circuit Hench
as snd Judge, the linn ol Ui Is and Gear
Is dissolved. Geo. A. Davis will occupy
the same offices and continue the active
practice of his profusion. ilioo- f
Ml ill LAST
Judge Humphreys rendered a deci
sion yesterday upon the motion of W.
T. Schmidt nnd P. K. Qulnn for vncn
tlon of order and nllouame of Jury
fees The decision Is of gre.it lenitth
and covers nil the features 111 the case.
An Intel c'Htlug paragraph In tho i'e
clslou Is 11s follows:
The mutter Is now before me on the
motion of Messrs Schmidt nnd Qulnn
to dlri'ct the Clerk tn pay to them
the fees earned by them respectively,
while attending the February Term
ns trlnl Jurors, collected by him nnd
now In his bauds It docs not appear
from the -ecord that either of the
nimniits herein were guilty of the
slightest misconduct In discharging 1
their office ns Jurors In said case or
upon nny other occasion during said
term. Manifestly to hold that n Juror
who differs with the Court, or with
11 majority of his fellow Jurors ns to
the credibility of witnesses or the
suinelcncy of tho eUdcnco, Is guilty
of such misconduct ns will Justify a
court In reprimanding him, peremp
torily discharging him from further
duty ns n Juror ami Imposing n fine up
on him, under tho declaration of n
forfeiture of fees earned by continu
ous service during n lengthy term of
Court, Is to argue that Jurors nre to
become either the servile and obedient
erentures of tho Court, or Hint they
nre. when considering their verdict
to be dominated and controlled by a
majority of their cojurors If this
doctrine Is to obtain, that Independ
ence and free ngeney which It Is tho
policy of the law to en. ournge In the
Jury room will soon suffer nnnlhlln
tton. nnd nil Institution which Is now I
Justly estei'ined the palladium of our
liberties, shielding nllke from tho en-1
eroaclimi'iit of pow.-i and from the
frcnzv of popular ev ltenient and fury ,
and Inspiring n feeling of coufldenre
nnd seeurltx w.ll be regarded with I
fear nnd dlstriut. or held In derision
and contempt ami trial by lury, now
so row-rod nnd so sacred, so neeessnry
to liberty and gooil goWTiiment, will j
become a snare nnd a delusion. The j
Jurors serving nt the Keliruary Term
of the I'lrst Ciieiilt were, ns shown
by tho record, summoned on nn open
venire. Tin- Court bns greater power.
perhaps. In regnrd to discharging Ju
rors so summoned than It hns In coses
where tilt are drawn tind summoned
under the detnlls of n statute
The matter Is sustained nnd th" cli-rk
Is ordered to p.iv to Messrs Selimld
nnd Qulnn respectively their feci ns
Jurors for the IVIiruary term
BOER CAPITAL IS
Loiidun April '.' -- I.nnl Kit. hener
re purling 10 the Win OHb . under dnt.
of Pretoibc irll s. says
Tinnier bns occupied Plotrrsburg
Willi slight opposition. He captui.-d
two loeomotlies and thlity nine
The enptiire of Pletersliurg Is re
garded here ns Impoitnnt. The place
Is tin- termination of the railway nnd
bns been the cnpitnl of the liner gov
eminent since tin- evacuation of Pre
tnrlu. The whole Northern Hallway
Is now In the hands of the llrltlsh
According to Lord Kitchener's de
spntch only one olllcer nnd one man
wns killed The llnern evacuated the
town during tin- night prior tn Plu-
mur's arrival, after blowing up two
trucks laden with nuiuiunltlon.
Lonl Kitchener reports the capture
of sixteen prlsnneis. llfty borsen and
the depot cif win stores nt Hosih
mnn's Knp, Qrangi Hlvor Colom
As an offset the Commander In Chief
lepiuts that a hundred mm of ili
llrltlsh Latirerit and linp.t'lal Yin
innr wen- aiiurki-il l,v inn iin.-is
til till- noitllVtUI-l Of llllll-4-ll fin
l'idoii and tln.l ll 1 "Wiitl bun
llghllng tin- llililhb wi'i'i t iirniiin.l.'il
mill cniituiiil with the .iiplioii nf
I W.'lll , tw Who Slllli.iid III lUUklllll
I'lirnlihul roomi. tlUElo or en sulio.
very iMioimblti term, Qrphcum hutel,
M BRITISH HMD
Forty-first Annual Statement
The Gcrmania Life Ins. Co.
I 01' NUW YOltK
I TOR THE YLAR L.SUINt) Dl CI MI1LR
, 3ISt, I900.
1 Bonds nnd Mortgngej on
Itcnl Cstatc JH.230.0C2.U
Domestic nnd Foreign
State, City, Railroad and
I other llonds owned, Mnr-
Ket vnluo 7,5 I3.C0O.0J
' Heal Kstate owned. Includ
ing onico llulldlngs tn
tho United State and
Germany 2,71 7,811.1ft
Cash deposited In Hanks . 43l.5t2.8S
I Cash on hand and In transit
(since received) 172,C!7.4S
Loans on Policies in force 1,330,20S.CO
Net or Invested Assets De
cember 31st. 1900 $26,674,313.50
Interest and Rents duo and
Balance of year's pre
miums, not ct due (full
reserve charged In Lia
bilities), net 309.935.81
Premiums In courso of
transmission (full re
sen n charged In Lia
bilities), net 178, 151.92
Total Assets December
31st, 1P00 $27,378,533.35
Itescrvo fund for all out
standing Policies In forco
December 31st. 1000, col-
ciliated on tho assump
tion thnt the Company's
Investments will earn In
terest at tho rato of 4
per annum $!3,;23,30l.0O
Additional Itescrvo r'und
required to placo tho
Company on a 3V4
basis for nil outstanding
Itescrvo Fund for Hxtra
Risks and Surrender Val
ues, etc 101.fiO.lg
Unadjusted Claims 153,252.32
I'npald Dividends of 1900
duo to Policyholders. . . . G0.2W.8
Reserve Fund for Divi
dends to Policyholders:
Payable; In 1001
quent to 1D01
Total Liabilities I23.S65.231.0S
Surplus as regards Policy
Prom tho foregoing statement of
Assets there Is excluded (as is usual
with this Company) every Item which
Is not admitted by tho Stato Insurance
Department, and a very consorvatito
valuation Is put upon tho various Items
Manager, Hawaiian Islands,
JuJJ Building, Honolulu.
On and After the 2nd of March
mesages In plain language will be accept
ed for transmlsMon between the
places mentioned below :
Ka l.aim, Molok.ti
M.utii.ilei, Lnnat; ami
The charge for sucli messages will be at
the rate of 20 cents per word of 15 letters,
minimum charge f :, until further notice.
When telephone connections are avail
able messiges may be handed to the tele
phone company to be forwarded to desti
nations other than tkoe mentioned above.
In other cases special messengers may
I lie cot of special delivery Is not In.
eluded In the charge at 20 cents per worJ.
If the cost is known it must be paid by
the sender when the message Is lnnded in.
If unknown, it must be paid by the ad
Jressee w hen the message Is dell ered.
( Honolulu Office, Magoon Block.
U UPSTAIRS. .
SFLECT - 1
MALE OR FPMALB
Sulury tint! Commlt-sslon
Why work for .1 master
when you can make
from KilU to $10
Shi: AIKINSUN, MAUOON
ItLOCK, MLKCIIAM ST.
pt UiulH'uldcry Tiuidlil,
umoiu iu aht i:miuioii)i:hv wilt
jt Ki-'fii by Mrs. II, II. Williams nt Hit
'Ity rurnltuio Htore, Port sire.
"Irttt Class stamping don
II I til. II. II WII.NAUI!
Finn Job Printing at
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