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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T.. TUESDAY, NOV. 5. 1001.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this lino will arrive
MOM SAN FRANCISCO.
-ALAMEDA NOV. 9
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, Local iloat.
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leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
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Shop and Pleasant Reeding Rooms.
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Free Reclining Chairs.
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at Katlui and take passengers overland
to Hookena, where the steamer Is met
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KINO STHbET LINE.
Can lfvt Wlk!kl for town at 5 i, I u. 6 i A m
anl tvery is mlnuttt thrafttr ll I 1041. 11; n ni
11 41 p M. from Wa klkl en tuth I'unahoa StaMei.
Cart lave R Rrig ur PawaA wltch tor town at
j M. ani vry ii iriruie th. realier III 11 ui'.M
Can Itavt Fun and Kinc itreet corner for Palama
atom am. anj every i) mmuiei ancr tin it t
Can leavt for Pataraa nnty at 3 ani 5 o A m.
Cark leav PaUma for Walkikfj j a m ax1 cvrr
if minute till gijPM, tnen at o ij anj 10 4 M.
Th mil p.m from I'alama tor I'tnutiwj orly gos
la Walklklun SaUfJiv..
(.an leavt fort ana Nine kticctt corner
Rang at 1 m ani o
un if ave r-ort anj i
at 6 oj A M. ani every ij mtnutft till iooi M, thn at
io ani iiwsh M. tliii)sr.H goei to WalkUt
on Saturday only.
IJEHFTAN1A STRfcET AND .'UllANU VALLEY
Cart leave Punatou Stable lor Tuwn at j ) an4
for To nan J Valley at j 40 5 $0 t, 10 Vm 6 40 7 anJ
T o A.M.
Can leave OaVi College (orton an J Valley at
6 jo 6 50 anJ ?.i A,n ani ever) 10 mlndtes tltl 10 10
p.M excert the even hour ani hall, hour can mhlch
run (ronj the Stable,
Cart leave Nuuanu Valley at 6 to 6 p 6 50 A.M ani
evert, io mlnutei ihereaftfr till 10 to P.M.
Can leave f-urt ani Ouwn ktreeti for Iunhou
College at 6 0$ 6 ij 6 4) A M ani every 10 mlnu'ei
ancr 1111 9 4f r.. Aiivr inai in can run i mi
Stable up ton joP.M,whlh irwlatt car from Tuwn,
rtatning me aiaoie ai ntjot 1
O R. & L. Co.
rrora and nftcr Jauuary 1, 1S99.
STATIONS aily DAUV
(Qutari) ex. Sun daily ex. Sun. daily rum
A M. AM. AM. P.M P M
Honolulu .. 1 10 9 14 11 os J 'J Si
Perl City .. 80 ex 1140 j.it 5
ba Mill.. 9 11 1008 tou 4 oj 6i
Walanae , . . 10 jo .... 4 45 .
Walaiua . 11 ft j 40 ..
Kahukv 11 jt . . 615 ....
(Inwaii) ex Sun daily daily daily
A M. A.M. P.M P.M.
Kahuku . is ... 'S
Waialua . i to ,,,, 1 jo
WaUnae ... 10 .. 131
Lwa Mill . 'o 7 4S I of 4 tt
Peart City 6 if 801 ujo 4 ji
Honolulu t y 9 )j 10 6
F C. SMITH, Gtm'l Pass. & Tlcltet AiJU
Q. P. DKNISON, Superintendent
The Lost Mine a
Opposite each other, with the camp
fire between us, I sat with my mining
partner, Sam Davis, at our camp on
Willow creek, in the mountnlns a
few miles north of Prcscott, Arizona.
Luck had been against us. Wo were
plarcrlng with n rocker, and had been
working for n couple of weeks in
what from nit nppoarnntes wns lrglu
ground; but that very afternoon, nftcr
having with much labor turned the
water out of Its channel and dug a
long trench, we found an old rusty tin
can right down on the bed rock, which
proved that the ground had been
worked before; nnd after washing a
number of rockers of dirt and getting
only three or four small colors, wo
gaw'it up as n bad Job, somewhat dis
couraged at our loss of time and labor.
A number of times while Sam and
1 had been partners he had dropped
hints of a lost mine, giving me the Im
pression that he knew something of
one, nnd now I said:
"Sam, If you know anthlng definite
nhntlt t tin t Inst mini. Hint I'm hnnrri
j du speak of, what's tho reason that '
this wouldn't be a good tlmu to Ilud
Tlnd It! I don't hnve to find It; I
already done that more'n two yiar1
ago, nil I got to tin Is Jest to go git It,'
"Well, hut sec hele, sain. If you
found It more tlinn two years ago,
hnw you nowr been back to It?"
"Oh. I see! I guess It Isn't worth
"That s alt j on know about It," nnd
with that Sam shut up as tight as an
oyster, but my curiosity had been
aroused (possibly my greed also), and
niter eating humble pie. nnd talking
as nice to Sam as I knew how for halt
on hour, I got him to tell me his expe
rience in finding the mine, and got his
promise to tnke me to It.
How he found tho mine I will tell In
his woids, as near as I can remember
Time war ago last April I think
it were, I went over Into New Mexico
nn prospected 'round ipiltu a spelL
Anally fctchln' up In them dry wnshlu'
grounds out from Cerrlllos.
"I liuli In a partner tlieie. nn old
French by the name of Jean sonu-
thln" or other. I neer could remember
It; nnd wo dry washed In them dig. i
gin's, me an' Iilm, till wo wiih 'bout
starved out; an" one day 1 sns:
hays: '"-icntliy, this pliue Is too lmirl
U foimntlon for me; I'm goln' baik to
Arlrnny: wnnl to go long?"
"He 'lowed 'lit lie did. all' so wo
packed our burros nnd hit tho trail;
an', nay, pan!. I bin hlttlu' the trail
In one wn an' 'nother oer these ha
luountulns nn' deserts for sowicl
years, an sometimes It come pun
tough, too, but Hint theie trip! say
we was up agio It proper from fust
"1 don t reckon at Id better tell m
ull the tough things we hit on that
trp. 'cuuxe 'twould take all night, but
PI Jest glw )ou a few samples, an'
JI can see fer oursel( 'at things
wnen't comlu' any too smooth for r.u.
One Tool tiling at happened uus
'pi we might nigh perished fur wut-r
on otiu o them deserts, an had pleu'y
.. ..... o. .......i ......I .i-i
canteens, too. Say,
'"" """ " '"
think or two old westerners Hue ni"n
French- stnrttn' out over a desert with
empty canteens, huh? Well, we did
that very thing, Veptjn' fer on" each
ot us was car rln', ami 'course wo got
through. -r I wouldn't he tellln' oj
of It, hut" and here Sam sank Into
silence, and dropping his chin Into
one hand, gazed Into the
Are Inul In
nn . nisi in
"Did you have any other tB.ul.tof
Why, say, we struck Can) on Diablo
where ni.thlu' could cross It Icks'u It
hod wings, an' I bet we traveled
tnore'n twent mil. s t
g. t aerosH that
pesky crack In the earth.
"Them's no use trln' tn tell oil
nboilt ull the tumble we hail. I reck
on the mine Is what ou want to know
ubi.ut. nn' how we happened to find It;
an' 'l wns Just a happen, too
Well. twuH tills Ull) t d floss
ed the Little Colorado four d.i)g be
fore ami had only toiiiul water uiiin
niter; that was at the lump gii.uud
two nights ufoie. an' ..' ou.se w was
pout out o water.
"We was Etiln long a taiiyon ut
jumped right square off on t.ill side.
niiibl.e two or three iiiinurei loot, an
stuped away easy likt on t'other hide,
rn' wo was huntln' fer a place when,
wo (oiild git now u so us to cross It,
when all to once wo eiime right on
top of the mouth of nn old shaft at
bad been tllltd up so long iigo 'at tho u one-fourth cupful of told water, ills
dirt had settled n touple o' toot, an' soiled in one cupful of boiling water
there wns a wall all 'round. Jest as tho one cuptiil of sugar and one fourth cup
old Mexlcnns use' to flx their mines. ful or lemon Juice; stiulii and cool;
"Thej wns it eln 'at I to.ilil sen fur beHt whiles t.r three eggs wry stllf,
a long way "at Lie shutt was In; an' and when the gelatliio begins to thick
I took samples of It at the top .' tho en. combine tho two, nud neat with n
rhaft, an' both sides, an when I had
Vm assayed down to Kingman tiny
run out two hundred dnllais.
"Well, o' course we hud to git for
we only hud 'bout a cpiait o' watet, an'
n little further down we found a pluen
where! we could git down Into tin)
Pjm ii ZDfJifm i '
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First Bystanders "Who's the swell T"
Eecond Dstander: "Oh, Unit's old lonus Cauliflower.
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canyon, nnd bout no miles further
down wo found water, nn the tuliu
of nn old smeltei.
"O course, 'twusn't no tuo fer us
to stay there; we didn't liao no grub
much, an' I thought I'd git n good grub
titnkc noon's I could an' go back,
i "Lust )ear I was down to Mngdalcni
hi old Mi'xlio.nn' In the old iliurdi
there they got n legend 'bout n old
mine, nn' I think from the distances
an' directions 'at that's my mine.
"They call It tho Padre IVrdlo
mine; Hint means Lost t'other, an' the
story goes 'at the' wns one o' the old
Jesuit fathers who was workln' til'
mine, nn' tislu' a lot o' friendly In
illnns from .Mexico, though this wjs
all Mexico then, nn' the Apaches coinu
on 'cm an' killed 'em nil off, (casta
wiis the padre went to the mine one
time nn' didn't newr tome batk, an
there wasn't no one else that know
where tliti mine was exactly, an' thuy
hain't nowr bin nble to Ilud It. but I'll
bet n stuck o' blues 'at thill's the mini)
'at I fou ml."
"Where's Frcntliy?" I nsl.ed.
"Oh, I dtinno. i hain't seen Mm
slnco we split at Klngimn."
"Aren't ou afraid that French- will
go back anil locate It?"
"Ntw' Fienchy couldn't Ilud the
Vulture mine If lie wns In Wickcn
burg." "You think nu can go to It again?'
"Jest ns easy as I loiild find the
Palace saloon If I was In Prcscott."
"Don't ou think we had better get
a stock of piolslons and stnit for tho
mine soon? '
"Yes; I'll go with ou ns soon as
I'vu seen my biother at Wlnslow '
Sam started tho next week for Win
low, so lie said, but that wns the last
over seen of him. He neor showed
up at Wlnslow. or nil where else tint
I could hear of, ami so ended my gold
en dienms of the Padre Perdlo, or
tho Lost Mine. i.os Augelcs Herald
HE WAS EASY.
"I didn't think I wns so easy." de
clared the hackiuaii. "When 1 saw
the old man. with 'Ja' written all over
him. standing m front of the denol
(.taring up nud down the slicet, 1 d
-i.,-,. ,h, ,, ,. , . .
clnred that he was my meat.
" tetter 1.1 m.. ,1
uncle.' said I.
"'How much will you charge?'
"'Where do )ou want to go?" I ask
ed. "He named a number not more Hum
ISO feet from where ho Btood, and I
answered promptly that seeing It was
""""-'" l'.u...iiij inui bi-i-iuk ll was
bl. , woul(. ,.r,vp h th f 60 .
J','" "!h, h,: . - JP'
M "J' l'repared for trouble when one
minute Inter I Informed him that wo
were there. Hut much to my nraa7o
mi. til tint dl.l tutitt tiu.L- It u . I.it
.?.,. - ',,,'?., 'h, v.. ..?,.
Mai In ull about It as miiju aa he gol
"'I.et'M go aud huvc a drink on It,
hiild her with tliu best of good nature.
"I rather took n lining . the oh! I
en d. aud iuHlxtud that I xbotiid pay i
or uie oniiKH inse.. wiiitn. alter a
good deal of argument
ho allowed uifi
l. ...nu..', ... r.nH ..... ..... r.i.....i
,; ,, ;,- t,,'arit . awned po
. ,.,, ,,.. ," ..,., , '.'
me that he hail neglected in pay ma
Oh. I'm ras), all
-Ih'troit Kiee I'russ.
Mako Union Jelly with one fourth
box or tine slightly rounded table.
spoonful ginuiilated gelatine soaked
perforated wooden spoon In a largo
bowl to glw wide hwoi.i to each
troke, till wry light; pour Into a
wit mold or into u pretty glass dish.
Serw with boiled tuhtiuil, poured
u ml If molded or from a pitcher
if not molded.
He's got tin acre.
Instruments Filed for Record
ber 4, 1901
J. M. Was and wife W. R.
1). Kunaka (lee Hlng Cli. Co. ...I),
J. de tlouvea M. Bianco M
KRpuaokahlktnn Mrs. II, K, Pea. I).
K. II Ilalley and wile M. Taoics
A. Miner oshlgawa L.
K. P. Kahakaulla D. W. Naplhaa
M. S. Clrliibnnm & Co. et rtl. P. 11.
Admr. Est. J. M. Alfonso M. F. de
Jns, K. Lota Wong Fenit L.
Mis. A Alna L. Y. Alona M.
Hawaii Land Co. N. de Combra ...L,
A. II. Lindsay and wife llonokaa
Sugar Co D
A B. Austin et nl Haleakala Hill.
Trs. Oahu College A. L. I.utted. I).
V. U. Aelil A. Hodrlgues I).
Moaun Hotel Co. Ilawn. Tmst Co.
S. t:. Knlnnia NahlKu Sugar Co. D.
W M. Cunuingliaiii California
Uaiihn ami I'pal W It. Castle, tr.
On Tal Will Kom Fool. Chemi I.
C Wlnnm Kom Took Clieun Con.
Instruments Filed for Record Novem
ber 5, 1901.
J. Morris Ah Huns et al Agrl.
Recorded October 30, 1901.
L.Mlla II. I'oan to Mrs. Sniah C
i Wateis; deed; TMOOacie land. School
street. IHlo, Hawaii, (I. Hook 225.
page 123. Dated October 29, 1911.
Olhn Lahela, by guaidlnn, to t.eong
Knu; lease; piece land. Keoneuln, Ho
nolulu Oahu. seven ears at $luu. Dat
til October 7. ll'Ul.
Marjorle Strong, by attorney, to
Annie M. DeCew , deed; lot V. block
I) I'.iwna tiact, Honolulu. O.iliu: tUMii
ami mortgage $2500. Hook 223, page
Ml. Dated October I. Null,
t.okalla Kahou and husband et al. to
Malle Kunhnu: partition deed: lot A.
o' It. P. 57.M. Kul. lir.3. Niuinnii val
ley, Honolulu, OnlTu; $1. Hook 225,
page l2o. Dated September 11, 1901
l.ol.allu Kahou to .Malle Kiiahau nnd
Imslinnd et nl . p.utltlon deed, lot II
of It. P. 6721, Kill. 1133. Niiunnu val
lty, Hotioliilu, Oahu; $1. (look 225.
p.ige 423 Dated September II. 19)l.
.Mane lutahaii ami husband et nl. to
W. Kap.ma; partition deed; lot C. of
U. P. 5721. Kill. 1153. Nuu.iuii valley.
Honolulu, Oahu: SI. Hook 225. nauc
42L. Ilitetl September 11, 1901.
Recorded Octoocr 31, . .1,
C W. Ilooth to .Mole Keol.l and
husband, leleuse: It. P. 3R4I. Kul.
1717 Piiuoii, Honolulu. Oahu; $lnn.
Hook 171 page 42S. Dated October 29,
W W Aliana to K. J. Duffy;
base; lot 1. block II. Paw an. Hono
lulu, Oahu: $.VR) ami twent ears at
?150. Hook 2JS. page 217. Dated No
Mlilbei 13. 191)0,
I'lUcue .1 Dully, by attorney to
I. II Dee, assignment of leaso; lot
I block II. l'awaa, Honolulu, Oahu;
Jllfflii. Rook 22S page 230. Dated Sep
ember 21. 1901.
i:. J. Duffy to Henry HoIiuch, pow
0' of nttorney, general poueis. Hook
Z-. pngti 39ii. Dated December 13,
C S Hall to Joseph P. Mendoncn;
detil. portion Ap. 2. It. P. 21113. Kul,
23G. Hotel street, Honolulu, Oahu; $1.
Ilrok 229, page 193. Dated Scptt-m-bei
MAKING PORTLAND CEMENT.
The manufacture of Portland cement
In Michigan Is given an Important
place iu the nineteenth annual report
of the Michigan Ilurcau of Labor and
Industry. According to this report,
there nru nt the present time ten
plants completed, eight of which are
running day and night nnd are turning
out owr imiiiii barrels of finished ce
ment per dny. Fhe other plants nro
111 course ot ronstructlon, some ot
which nro Hearing completion, nnd In
cations haw been selected tor eight
uioie, 011 whith the wmK of tonstiur
tlnn will ho rapidly pushed. Tho cap
ital stoch of the ten corporations In
ipeuitlou aggregates $7 I.1O.OO0, and
the estimated nveiagu tout of th
lu,"",H H $5'n.'"" eat h. Th" flw
plums 111 piotess oi tnusiriiciiou uaw
nil authorl7ed capital stock of $t.U7fl
Onil. It is estimated that their cost will
awragu about :0o.ni)U eaih. and that
their at'gregate dally capacity will b
owr 8111H1 barrels.. It is Intended that
tluee of these factories will bo mahliig
cement the piesent season, nnd tho
other two will be ready to start early
in 1VU.'. They niu located ns follows:
The (Ireat Northern Portland Cement
Company, two nnd n half miles south
ol the Ullage of Daldwln, in l.nKu
county. This will bo one of the Inrgest
plants In the world, tho output being
estimated nt 41)00 barrels dally. They
expect to give stoady niploment to
oxer -KM. persons. The Detroit Port
land Cement Company and tho i:gn
t Inn Poithmd Cement Company art.
eaen located about two miles north of
tile Milage or I enton III (ietiesee conn
1 the Zenith Poitlaiid Cement Com
pun at the llljgo of (Irass Lake, In
liichhon county; tho (iermiin Portland
Cement Company at the liilnge c
White Pigeon, 111 St Joseph county,
Al titles of Incorporation have been
Ille.V and eight oilier companies haw
been orgitnled. the capital stork ot
which nggiegales S.:it.".iHio I .oca
lions have been selected, and land nml
lakes contnliiliig nil abundant c ol raw
iiuiterl.il hr.w been seemed. Wot I.
has been begun on some of I lie plants
and those most intcuested ale s.in
Millie that the) will be put in acliw
operation They aie located nt lla
City lla count), llcllnirc. Antrim
utility: I'.irwell, Clare toiiuly. Pen
ton llenesee count. Hamburg. I.lv
lugston county. Spilng Arbor Jack
Ihoi. count). Kiiiderht.ok. Ilranth
. i -. 1 n t . and Tin to Hivtts. St Joseph
county. The uggiegate .tally tapnrlt
of these plants when built and equip
ped as contemplated will bo about
lu.oOU bariels. -Knglneeiliig News
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
I'nko Lnxatlvo Ilromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund tho money If it
falls to cure. V.. W. Grovo's signature
Is on each box. 5 cents.
'Oeorge. If theie's any danger of u
break up in Till key I want )oii to tnke
im right ovei theie
"Why so, my deal' '
"HciailBO there's sine to be a bar
gnln sale of all tho haieiu elTects nnd
I wouldn't miss It tor the win Id Oul
think of getting a pruwi nig on whlth
tho tmorltf one knelt. Or a Mooilt.li
mliror that had lelleeled the pcile.t
leatuies ol some lovel) Zohelde '
"Ol a beautiful Clreesslaii liouil, m
dear, who might, iu view ot h.-i altered
c Irc-iimstances. hi. willing to do our
kitchen work." '
"Oeorge, j on are simply odious,"
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
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HERE'S TO YOUTH WITH ALL ITS JOYS.
HERE'S TO HAPPINESS AND HEALTH.
HERE'S TO NATURE'S REMEDY.
WEAK MEN CAN BE CURED. The oifectd of lllnom ran bo
rcmoed,tho full Mrength of neren nnd miinc'-a can be restored
nud the old lm nnlsnap be felt once more.
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but ocitcr. stronger, more tlunble, more ploacanfto use, than any
other electric bod) appllanc on enrth It restores health l puii'i
lug a gent o stream or electricity Into tho wenu parts while y in
sleep. It gives a current which sum ft el n.. the time but It neer
Diirns or blisters as do tho oldstte belts. It has a penecl regula
tor aim my special cuiiuon electroiles.
Jty Ileit cures nil pain and
tnll and see It, or write today
book, full of happy tidings for i
Dr. M. H. flcLa
A. T. HAGHNKAMP. Mnnnfiep.
THAT BAHI1BALL PHOTIiKT.
Kollnning Is tile piotesi of the C'npl- Located In the Famous Coallnga Oil
tol baseball team tiled with ('. K Field of California.
Chllllngworth. Vrt-sltlent of the Winter proen oil lands, completely aur
League jcstenlii) afternoon: rounded by as rich oil producing wells
November '.', 1001. uh there nro in the State, jietding from
C. I' Chllllngworth. President Winter SO to 2.V) bnrrelB per day.
Uaseball League. Contrnrt prlcea for oil at tho Coal-
Sir: I, Solomon Muhelunn. managir Ingn wells, 70 cents per barrel,
of the Capitol li.tseb.ill team, do here- With twenty-five producing wells of
nriitrat i.irnllist the ru III: of out
llol.ert Cilinu, umpire lu a ivitaln
game played between the United Stntis
Customs tenm and Capitol team at the
Maklkl grounds, on the afternoon of
the 2d of November. A. IJ. Ml, said j
ruling being in regard to a certain
blocked ball in the sixth or seventh In
ning of the game. Very respectfully
ourd, SOLOMON MAHKLONA
Manager of the Capitol Han-ball Team.
Actresses kiss and make up becuusc
to kiss after making up spoils u goat
Notice Is heteby glwn that the un
dersigned has been appointed Admin
istrator of the llstnte of KAIIANA
KAUAI. i: twl ili-crns. cl, t.r WalklUI.
Honolulu, Island of Oahu. Territory of
Hawaii: all tredlli.rs are hereby unti
tled to piistnt their claims, dill) all
thentlcated, and with proper oiich.
eis, tr any exist, ewn ll tne ilium is
secured by nioitgugii upon leal estate,
to me at the law olllte of Messrs. Ac-hl
k Johnson, room No. 27, Campbell
blink, upstairs, lu said Honolulu, with
in six months from date, or be forowr
barred And nil persons Indebted to
the snld Ilstate ore retiuesteil to mako
Immediate payment of birIi Indebted
ness to me at said otllie.
Administrator Instate of Kahuna Is a
hale (w). deceased.
Honolulu, October 2Uth. 1901.
l'JSii Oct. 2U; No. :.. VI, 19.
NOTICE TO CONInACTORS.
Sealed tenders will bo rccolwd by
the undersigned until .-mtunlay, No-
ember !th, lSiOl, for a I'lTIIIAN
CASTI.i: to bo built for ALOHA
l.()l)t:n NO 3. KNItlHTS OP PYTH
IAS, WAILUKU. MAUL
Plans, drawings and spectllcattons
mii be seen, and forms ol proposals
obtained, nt the ollico of O. fl, 'linphu-
gen, Architect, 139 Merc hunt stteet,
Honolulu II T.
Tilt. Trustees reserve tho right to
reject nn nnd nil bids.
Addiess nil tenders In tine of O, G.
i'. j. whi:i:i.i:il
Secrttiuy Hoard of Trusties.
All persons found ttespasslng nu the
hinds ot llnaeae Walawn. Walmaiio
and Mamma In the District of i:wr
Island of Oahu fenced off from am'
mniika of the lands of the Oahu Sugar
Company nml the Honolulu Plantation
Couipnnj, Is heteby strlttly forbidden,
and any person rounu snooting game
on nhovc lands belonging to the under
signed, will he arrested and prosecuted
uci ending to law
tfM'2w M 1 UOHINSON.
POWER OF ATTORNEY.
During no temporary absence fiom
the 'lrrrltoiy of Hawaii. m hin"ier
N. I nnnile will -ut fei n un It r
full power or attorney. Otllee 2-.
I'cribant stieet Canin.-ll bio. k
DOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night watthmen furnished for bull-1
Jlngs, business property and residences
Ilullders will do well to consult I)o
era In regard to watchmen.
When n ra,.n lmn
truth to le'l ho ftnda
no end of hesreis
When his utory Is
n gladrome oni and
he In able to biing
ncwR of health and
Rtrength to ttv.at
who are weak at J
broken down h"
flndx mllllopB tendy
to llRtpn. Sueo ir
my rtnry; It la full
of truth and over
flowing with tiding
of new strength and
life for the tick nnd
ldstte belts. It has a penecl regula
.mil wenUiuss In from So to f.o tlas a
ly for nij Ik nntlliillv lutistiated 60 pa? T
nr sick people Sent free. T
wenUiuss In from So to f.o tlas
At the er trance
to the l-ainaus
lao Vallev. anl
e.ny access to
volcano In tin
ISLAND OF MAUI.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Ju" "e.n i-ucu pvi u,, ,uu iau
own calculation as to
Tho oil ludustry of California Is la
Us Infancy, yet many fortunes have
linnn mnilf, Itv tiiHIflm.a nml lltrlfv III.
vestments in oil stock. Many mort
will he mado in the near future.
The ax erase advance on original
sales of oil stock In twenty leading
companies in California has been
from 11 to 1108 per share.
Oil lands have advanced from 11.25
to $1,000 and 12.000 per acre.
When tho Pacific Union Oil Com
pany lias a number of producing well
on Its property. Its stock will have
tho satno show for even greater ad
vance, as soma oil stock has advanced
from $1 to $1,500 per share.
Tho Pacldc Union Oil Company n
no salaried officers, and Is controlled
by well known gentlemen of Integrity,
who will sco tnat tho monoy derived
from tho salo of stock will be legiti
mately applied to tho development ot
Tor further Information, apply to J.
II. KISIlllll & CO., Slock and Iloni
Urokcrs, nnd Hawaiian ngents for tho
sale of a limited amount of Pacific
Union Oil Company stock. Stangen
wald building. Merchant street.
Change In Panenger Fares. "
On and after Deceml.tr Ht, lltOl,
the following change In passenger
fares will go Into elfect, lz:
Deck tates between Honolulu and
the Island or Hawaii will be Increased
from I'.'.OO to $3.ou.
Cabin rntes between Honolulu and
liana, llamoa and Klpahtilu, on the
lslnnd of Maul, will be Increased from
$rt.t)0 to $7.00.
C. L. WIOHT.
Notice to Passsngert.
On and after December 1st, 1901.
tho following changes In passenger
fines will go Into ilfect, viz.:
Cabin rates between Honolulu and
r.leele, Mnkawell, Walmea, Knpaa.
Anahohi, Kilnuea and Uanalel. on the
Island of Knual, will be increased from
r..ou to $7.00.
Cabin rates between Honolulu nnd
Keahikekua nnd all ports booud. Id
the District of Knnn, on tho island ot
Uiiwuil. will bu Increased from $10.ui
Cabin rntes between Honolulu and
Honnupo and Ptinaluu, on the Island
of Hawaii, will bo Incroated from
$12.00 to $13.00.
Deck rates between Honolulu and
the Island of Kauai will be Increased
from $2.00 to $2.50,
Deck rates between Honolulu aud
the Islantl of Hawaii will bu Increased
from $2.1)0 to $3.00.
All special rates, except to clergj
tutu will be abolished on the ahow
.1 UNA. President.
Honolulu November I, 19vl.
HART & CO.,
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