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Hr V ofucc. I' rt V m I WANTS SITUATIONS WANTED. M- Situation nnd Help Wanted Ads EXPERIENCED dry goods salesman O , this 2072 3t WANTED Young mnn wants work of ay Kind, experienced waiter nnd porter. I'. A J , this omce. 2071 lw J WANTED Young man desires a sit nation as porter In hotel Addrest V K V , this omco 2070D lw YOUNG man would like to do book keeping for two or three small Arms, references Address I) Hut Intln nffleo. -'000 lw Adi In this column will be Inserted at: Per line, one Insertion 15c Per line, two Insertions 25c Per tine, one week 30c Per line, two weeks 40c Per line, one month 60c This Is the cheapest advertising iver offered the people of Honolulu. 1 SPECIAL. NOTIgES. BPECIAL NOTICE lionds furnished to any amount for the man holding position as guardian, postofTlco offl clal or any othur position of trust Honolulu Investment Co 2011 tf NOTICE TO BUILDERS The Union Express Co. has WHITE SAND FOR SALE. 1S43 ' WANTED WANTED Everybody to know that the Canton Marine Insurance v-o, offlcc Is at Honolulu Investment Co, 2070 tf WANTED 300 men to share for 15c. Jens, 43 King St.; flo white bar ret, 2011 tf POM SALE. FOR SALE-Vcrv old tapa quilt, also, very old calablshes some unpollsh. ed Address this otnee (8 If FOR SALE Furniture Call at Room. 11, (JiiHcn Hotel, Nuuanu St 2070 lw FOR SALE Farm of 10 acres. with hmisn. all lmnraved and fenced at Honokaa. Hawaii. 11500. House and lot, Kewalo, 00x100, S0O. Houso and lot. King St., 00x120, 13000. part mortgage, part cash. Lease hold, 20 years on King St., near LI llba, 77x200. Ono fine gentlo driv ing horse, suitable for any lady. $1590 to loan on good security. In Huiry S Decker, with W. W Wright, King, cor South St 2033 tf FOR SALE Horse and phaeton, horso gentle; good under saddle, phaetun almost new. K. C. B , Bulletin. 2020 It UC(!i i93i tf H . wants position Address u . FOR SALE Apply nt TO LET. FOR RENT Cottage on South St., six rooms, modern Improvements, $20 Honolulu Investment Co, Judd Bldg ikit.i .r f -"'" TO LET Newly furnished airy suite, table boa id Is dvslied 114 Beretatnj Ave 2073 It TO LET Two nicely furnished rooms close to Rapid Transit K It. power house The Balmoral, S34 Young St. 20CS lw TO LET Three handsomely furnish ed rooms; new houie. 1325 Bere tnnla, cor Kecntimoxu. 2005-1 m TO LET- - ,-,. .. ,. i i rnu luum tuuasi' un iyhi MM road between Hopkins and Bishop switch Immediate posses- slon. Apply Hawn. flee, Punahou. Tramways of- 20C4 tf "i O LET Newly furnished rooms, sin gle or en suite, first-class tablo board, hot and cold water, electric lights, etc. 1270 Beretnnla St. 2058 tf iu Lti now collage on ivinau si.; - rent reasonable, .or particulars ap-1 . w r. . iMiuirro. o.ieiiv i.aruer a.uVVi MV 11.4V U. 1U. .Ull-lW TO LET Residence ' Walklkl. furnished nf T Pnealtlv good bathing; i M. VUUU.U, vacant January ICtU. Apply Water- houso & Podmore. Bethel and King. ,, h.w...u OVVH ......., . iUiCl. TO LET Furnished rooms nf Mr. at .Mrs McConnels, Garden lano. AArp., -uoi " TO LET Cottages off t hoot St nr. Nuuanu. S15 and 17. On Insano Asylum road. $12 50 and JG.50. P. aiuun in uiituuii luuiunt's, writes Old papers. 10c a bundle. ' tilat jnpan wm )e officially rcprcsent thls omce -U3j t ed nt the Louisiana Purchase Exposl- 13. it Mtraucn, 32 Campbell biocK.i """"" lu il"ul" '""" "i 316 Fort t 20312m .Hoosevelt TO LET Roomy bath tub. with either hot or cold water anu all modern Improvements. !all at Silent Bar- bex Shop. 2019 tf FOR RENT Furnished rooms, en suite with privilege of light house keeping. 714 Fort St. 2058-lm LOST. YELLOW canary bird, In vicinity of Emma Square. Howard at Bulletin office. 2073 lw LOST Pure white bulldog. Suitable reward by returning samo to Toma Aboy at police station. 2073-lt LOST Black cloth capo, whlto satin lining. Leave at Wells, Fargo office and recelvo reward. 4s lw LOST DecdB in favor of L. P. Mar ques, E. Plres and J I). Marques, one Insurance policy and Nahlku stock certificate. Finder will bo re warded by retuulng samo to J D Marques, at Lewers & Cooke 2071-lw LOST On road around Diamond Head brown leather purse marked "FO and containing koys, etc. Reward if returned to Bulletin office. 2006 tf LOST Many thousands of dollars through neglecting to have stock sufficiently Insured. Honolulu In vestment Co. represent four of tho strongest Are Insurance companies. 2051 tf MI2L.P WANTED, will be Inserted FREE. SALESMEN WANTED To sell goods by samplo to wholesale nnd rotnll trnde. we nro Iho largest nnd only manufacturers In our lino In tho world; liberal salary paid Address Can Dex Mfg Co . IlutTalo, N Y. 2071 3vv WANTED German girl to do general household work nnd care for clill drcn. Mary, Bulletin ollice. 20C2 :r ROOM AND BOARD. THE LOS ANGELES 1523 Fort St; newly furnished rooms, mosquito proof; terms ronsonnblo. 1930 tf POUND. FOUND Insurance against tho break age or plate glass at The Honolulu Investment Co 2051-tf WORLD'S FAIRNEWS-NOTES The State historical Society of Hit nols has appointed a committee to ask the State World's Fair Commission to set aside $50,000 of tho 1250,000 which has been appropriated for the Illinois Exhibit at the Louisiana Purchase Ex position to bo used In decorating th Interior of the Illinois building with paintings and frescoes Illustrative of events In the States history. The State Teachers' Asoclatlon of Kansas City have requested the World's Fair Commission of tho State to make nn appropriation of $5000 to h used In getting up an educational dls plav for the Louisiana Pitrchnso Ex position The Kansas World's Fair Commis sion, accompanied by Governor Stan Icy visited St Louis February IX, to select a site fur the Kansas building. The Commission will ask tor from tvvu f""r acres of space. , Mt Pleasant ,Ion, boy working In ,i printing ollice has resolved to have JO cents each week with his cm plojir until mid-June, 1903, when ho will have $3S. In what he calls his World's Fair Fund " With this mou. cy, he sas "We will launch out on the magnificent trip to St Louis. When we get there we will sec what! wen see ami leu uuuui u wiien we get back The Legislature of Mississippi bv n vote of more than two-thirds In both I houses, passed the bill appropriating (00.000 to bo used In having the State represented at the Louisiana Purchase) Exposition Tho Iowa World's Fair Commission voted unanlmouBl) at Des Moines last week for a resolution declaring that It would take $230 000 to display properly ll.i. ,.uri..v.na n .1. . Dl.tn ... .1... T - John Barrett, World 8 Fair Commls- sinner to oriental countries, writes tlon. Commissioner McDrlde of the Na tional Commission, lias appointed Mrs. Mary Phelps Montgomerj of Portland, Oregon, as a member of the board of , lady managers of the World's Fair. ...-......, u ...i. .Mrs. Montgomery Is a native of ils Fotirl, nnd presided at the executha mansion when her father, John 3. Phelps was Governor. ADJUST CHINA TAKIPP. Victoria. B C , Feb 5 In an Inter view In the North Chlnn Dally News, General Sharretts, United States Trnde Commissioner, who Is conduct In gnegotlatlons In regard to tho tar iff question In China and a new com- ' inciLlal treaty, said. "It seems pret ', ,,,,. ,,,., ,w, ,, ...,,, ,- 1..." ".' ".""..u '"- . '"."" ""' "P "7"'c. "', Vi" :"'.V'"m """ aa Jim.lliviu 1,1 111(3 IJUVBUUU He liaB had interviews with Sir Er nest Satow and Sir James Mackay and was satisfied thai tho taiiff would be prepared at Shanghai by the British . -i. -TV i . i , """"""""" ers already appointed for other coun- tries In conjunction with resident .merchants of those countries Interest- representatives and the commission' p(i A mattcr of far gr,ntcr ,mportanctl ,,0 tontnued, was the commercial treaty. In the negotiations of which many tonllkttng Interests would bo . ... , . ., ,, ""'"Sin inio upuiuiion. rendering a umluus imnusion on ino pari 01 '"" commiBbioncni very nimcii.t. Ho ... OVIirnsowl ilotllitct on (I IliA ii llllnnnnaa I ... , ., '" "" """"i."" 'of tho Chinese authorities In tho mat. . , .. t . ,,,. , .. tnr and their ability to enfoiro tho . ., ... , . . drastic measures which might he iuh'; V . ' . . . . "r."1.. ""'" - " """ "' e-uiemni iu ,aet Ior lne uniicu btates. but Had as 10 vvnat lie tnougnt would be the fundamental features of tho new trpa ty with China, General Sharretts Bald; "Efforts will be made to open up fresh treaty ports, to secure to foreigners tho right to build and own proporty, to work mines, construct railways In tho Interior nnd generally to Becure better trading facilities.' FOUR THOUSAND IN PRIZES. Interest Is being awakened among local Kodakers regarding the plcturn taking contest and many are calling at the Honolulu Photo Supply Co. to get further partleulars Four thousand dollars In prizes Is offered and tho con test Is open to every one using cither a kodak or brownie camera WHE-ftB. t- WATCHES W,W DURABLE AND ACCURATE The Kyttone Watch Cue Co., l-8TABLUIII.il SJ Philadelphia, U.S.A. America's Oldest and Largest Watch Factory Cor Mdlu ly The Principal watch Dealers in Hawaii EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU.lt. T., TUESDAY, BUSINESS DIRECTORY ATTORN EY8. F. M. DROOKS ..ttnrncy; rooms 9-10, Sprcckels bldg.; Tel. Main 344. CARLOS A. LONQ humnnu SI ; Tel. -Attorney j 16 Una i81 Main. J M. DAVIDSON Attorney at-Law, 109 Kaahiimanu St. GARDNER K. WILDER law, Kaahtimanu bt. Attorney-at- I. M. LONG omccs 3Z-33 Campbell bldg Tel Main 278. BROKERS. E. J. WALKER Coffco Broker; room 4 Sprcckels bldg. ICYCLE REPAIRING. C. A. COWAN 11SG Union St, opp. 1'ncllle Club; sundries, etc. BUILDERS. MCDONALD & LANG8TON Contract, ors and Builders; llo8 Union St. CARRIAGES. PACIFIC VEHICLE & 8UPPLY CO. Flno carriages, wagons, harness and whips; Beretnnla near Fort St. CIQAR3 AND TOBACCO. ELkS BUILDING, C16 Miller Street. CLOTHIi.G. THE KA8H CO, LTD. Two stores. 23-27 Hotel St. and cor. Fort & Hotel. COLLECTIONS AND ADJUSTMENT. H. Q. MIDDLEDITCH Mgr.; Com mercial Law and Adjustment Agen cy; roams 10-10 Magoon bid. fci. 328. DENTI8T. DR. ALBERT E. N1CH. 3 Dentist; 1154 Alakca St; omco hours, 9 to 4. DR. DERBY Fort and Hotel Sts.; gas administered, painless extracting. DR. C. B. HIGH Phlla. Dental Cob lege '92; Masonic Temple; Tel. 318, DR. G. W. RAYMON6 Room 3. Mott Smith bldg.; hours 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. DR.T. MOTONAGA 40 Bcretania St; omco hours 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. ENGRAVERS. W. BEAKBANE Card engraving and Btamplng; room 2, l.to bldgt EXPRE88. MERCHANTS' PAhCEL DELIVERY Bethol St., opp. Wavcrloy blk.; Tel. C21 Blue; pkgs. called for nnd dcl'd. C. A. SCHMIEDTE Baggage express nnd drayago; Tel. White 921. ENGINEER8. E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil and electrical engineer, omce, 1313 Wil der Ave ; Tel 3441 Bluo. FRATERNAL. DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563 Young Men's Institute, meets every second nnd fourth Wednesday In tho month. GROCERIES. HAZELWOOD MARKET CO. 1281 Fort St, near Kukul Groceries, Fruits nnd Tobaccos. J. E. St.; GOEAS Beretnnla near Emma Tel. 2312 Blue. S. J, SALTER Successor to Salter & Wnlty; 712 Tort St. Orpheum blk.; Tel C81 Blue. F AVEIROS Groceries; Walklkl of Emma St. Bcretania. Send the weekly edition of the Bul letin to your friends. Only $1 a year. HORSE-SHOEING. CITY SHOEING SHOP J. W. McDon nld. Fort St., opp. Club Stables. FA1RCHILD AND Washington, Feb. 4. Secretary I Wilson has received a icport from Uavld a. jrBi.trcl.IlcI. the expert of ho Department of Agriculture, who, with Mr i-thro,,. a wealthy New Yorker. Wilson has received icport from Mr. Lathrop, a wealthy New Yorker, chards, and preserved meats and talry Is exploring tho world for now plants products from our farms and rancnes." (or Introduction Into this country. The Mr Fall child sajs a British army of report Is dated Colombo, Ceylon, and fleer assures him that the Chinese nr discusses general conditions In China sennl Is manufacturing cannon and Ho says the missionaries frlgluiued small arms which fall very llttlo short WM. J ,.v -... ..u.tu.wa m.w ..... out by tho recent troubles are icturu ing to ther po8t8( nnd Umt foregn merchants claim tho outlook for trade - ...... improvement Is very fnvorablo in tne i -, at i.i i i ...t 1CK1U11 Ul aillUltJUUI. .iiuiivuii uauu ,. " , .,. ........... . no say, is more iimn jujiuiiik iid umh i , ,i,, r ,..,,, -m.n.rioc i,t Hdds: ..Jt "Japan's trado has greatly Increased In China of late, and sho Is not only active, but may becomo a dangerous competitor. Falrehtld went to Canton In search of tho South Chinese penehes and plums, scions and trees of which ho announces he has shipped here, to gether with some promising bamboos and persimmons for California aud Florida. Ho says producers and shippers In China and Japan are much Interested In the final outcomo of this oxperi ment of this Government In tho homo r," '.. ", " , , ,7 ""l "'"f""' DIVCIMllUl U11U UV1IUVU 11U VUBb Ul 1111.V lne Is too e-reat for tho ln.lu.tpv n eucceod here. Tho Amnr'lrnn nminntinn nr tim Philippines has led to a reinarkahlo Increase in tho price of labor, hotel nccommddatlons and food products In China Coollo's wages have greatly Increased In Hongkong slnco tho Span Ish-Amcrlcan war, and Important new enterprises complain of a scarelty of labor Hotel prices are 50 per cent higher than before tho war, and resi dents claim that the general cost of living has doubled In tho last flvo years Tha Chinese Government, to pay Its war Indemnity, has levied n tax of 5 American cents a year on each rafter of every house In tho country. For eigners already pay nbout 5 per cent nd valorem on practically everything Imported Tho Viceroy In Cnntoh Is already having great difficulty In cob lectins tnxes, nnd white people llv Ing there say this tax on tho natives la arousing a great deal of animosity to- ward tho foreigners. "Tho growth of our agricultural ns 'J1' PR"fv'j, HARNESS AND 8ADDLERY. MANFG. HARNE8S CO. Corner Fort and King Sts ; Tel. Main 228, P. O. box 322. CALIFORNIA HARNE8S SHOP rort St., opp. Club Stnbles; I'. O. box 791. HACK8TAND8. REIS & QUINN King St., near Fort; Tel 2D0 Mnln. JEWELER. THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jovvelor nnd watchmaker; 530 Fort St; Love bldg.; latest in novelties. LIQUORS. PRIMO BEER at tho PANTHEON SALOON. MESSENGER SERVICE. TERRITORIAL MESSENGER St nr. Hotel. 8ER Tel, VICE Union 301 Main, MUSIC. ANNI8 MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal Instructor; "MIgnon,' 1021 Berota nla St. ELLIS' HAWAIIAN QUINTET CLUB Music furnished; Metropole Ho tel, room 12, Alakca St E. K. KAAI Teacher of string Instru ments; studio. Love bldg. Fort St MILLINERY. HAWLEY'3 MILLINERY PARLORS The latest In millinery, etc.; Boston bldg.; Tel. 264 Main. MRS. HAN N A Fort St, next to Love bldg.; cholco lino of new millinery, trimmings, etc.; agent for Buttcrlck patterns. PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER. V. H. POUL8EN fainting and paper hanging; Territory Stables, King St, PHY8ICIANS. DR. SLOGGETT Eye, Ear. Noso and Thoat; ofilco at Eye and Ear Infirm ary, Alakca St. Hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. DR. FRCD. W. VtODGINS Eyo. Ear, Nose and Throat only; office Alakea St, lately occupied by Dr. Murray; omco hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. KATHARINE J. MacKAY. M.D, CM -520 Bcretania Ave.; Tel. Bluo 3551. DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRANDE 248 Beretanln Ave.; Tel. Bluo 821. REAL ESTAiE. JUDD & CO, LTD. Building lots anl residences for salo; 307 Stnngcn wnld bldg.; Tel. 223 Main. M. G. SILVA Agent for real cstato, also to grant marrlago licenses; 58 Merchant St.; Tel. Main 115. SALOONb. PRIMO BEER Is good if It Is kept right. Try It. t tno PANTHEC SALOON. STENOGRAPHERS. AMY LENNON Stenography and typewriting; 13 Kaahiimanu St STRAW HATS. E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St, nr. Nu uanu. Felt, straw, panama hats TAILORS. ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring and re pairing; Elks bldg, GIG Miller St GROTE & CRAMER Tailoring nnd repairing. Union, near Hotel St. WATCHMAKERS. J. W. A. REDHOUSE Watch and rhrnnnnWr maker 7ft Merchant St The Evening Bulletin month 75 cents per &ARB0UR LATHROP iwcll as other exports to China," Fair- child prcdlctB, "will be a phenomenal one, and Include many classes of can ned and dlred goods from our or- or being as good as those of our own ... ...... .n .a nuv,. uo t manufacture, and this even Ithout tho uupenlslon of Hio European or . ... ... . Americans, and the awakening of cm- ., ..!.... ..m. .... ?t... ...m lit. in ftuuit, uii mill ti 1U1IIUII.J llltlk Will ". ..u .. ,..' ...- puuh usiuuinii iiiuse- vvesienierB wmi r,.fi, tn ri, . ,. ihir,. are taking. DISCUSS BOER PEACE London, Feb 8. A dispatch to n news agency from Brussels Bays: It Ib understood here that the Boer dele gates havo decided to submit to tha conditions laid down In Lord Lans- downe's communication to tho Dutch Government nnd are preparing a com munication to the British Government nslfng permission to visit South Africa and setting forth the object of the pro ,,c.,l vUU I a w . 1 11 4 p08C(1 Visit It Js expected tho request ," T?a"" EnE""-'- net week. A dispatch to the Exchange Tele rnI)l1 Company from Utrecht Indicates the probability of the removal of tho Doer headquarters to Geneva on ac count of friction between Mr. Kroger aud his associates and the Dutch Gov ernment, Dr Leyds, rcpreBcntnt'lve In Europe of the Transvaal Government, Is reported as declaring that the recent proposals looking to the establishment of peace In South Africa made by tho Dutch Minister, Dr Kuyper were an unwarranted Interfeienco In the Transvaal's off all s Some of the Boer delegates, It Is said, are at variance with Dr. Levds. There is no stronger protectionist In Congress than Senator Proctor nf Vermont, and there Ib no stouter ad vocate of reciprocity with Cuba, fie says a refusal to deal generously with the people of Cuba will Injure tho cause of protection In the United States. Philadelphia Record, ' ' 'l' "' FED. 18, 1902. AS 3. M. Damon Not Eligible According to Judge Humphreys. WILL OF THOS. E. KROUSE FAYOR WIFE AND CHILD McBryde Bonds Not Favored For Trust FundsSeveral Divorces Granted Line Fence Decision. In the famous line fence case of Joi quln Sllva vs. J. F. Souza, a ttnanlmouJ opinion 01 the Suprsmo Comt vvilt'.ut by Justice Galbratth overturns the Judgment of Circuit Judgo Gear for plaintiff, the syllabus being as follows "In an action for damages for re moving and appropriating a division fence, the property of tho plaintiff, and for tho construction of a new fence on plaintiff's land near the di vision line, being a picket fence 30 feet In length and six feet high, .1 Judgment In favor of the plaintiff tor (330 Is excessive. "Where on appeal is taken from a judgment of a district magistrate to J circuit Judge at chambers, tho circuit court has no Jurisdiction to hear and determine the cause." The plaintiff originally obtained Judgment for 10 In the district court and appealed on the record and evi dence certified from the lower court Tho cause Is remanded to tho Circuit Judge with direction to grant a trial nt chambers. J. M Vivas for plaintiff, J. T De Bolt for defendant Thomas E. Krousc, tho unfortunate Boniface who recently committed sui cide, left a will Mary F. Krousc. tho widow by her attorney in fact, F L. Hoogs, esterdny nfternoon filed a petition to admit the will to probate As John Phillips, the executor named In the will Is dead the petitioner askt that her brother-in-law, Frank len ders Hoogs be appointed In his stead The estate consists of nine lots In Ka plolanl Park Addition valued at $800 and furniture and lease of the Arling ton hotel valued at $1250, the lease be ing for flv jears from November, 1901 The will was executed on March 20 1899, in presence of II. E. Wnlty and Mary E Low. It leaves everything In trust to the executor for the tcstator'i wife and daughter, Edna Mary Con.' stnnco Krousc, the latter having $2000 out of n life Insurance policy set apart So long ns tho wife remains unmar ried the executor will allow her to car ry on tho Arlington hotel If profitable, otherwise to sell It for her benefit Re marriage of the mother has the effect of turning the whole estate over to tin daughter. In the case of the death ol either, tho survivor takes her portion. Deputy Sheriff S. M Spcnrer ol South Kohala has made return of sum mons in the injunction suit of Knplo lanl Estate 3 Mary H Ateherley Tim process Is to restrain defendant from proceeding with nn ejectment suit against the plaintiff Ancient court records of lawsuits In which David Ka laKaua wns Involved before becoming king make the papers bulky, A return has been received from Nathaniel E Martin, n notary public of Concord, N II , as commissioner appointed by Judgo Humphrejs to take the testimony of Mary J. Hoyt and Garret S. Stow, sister nnd brother ol the late J. C. Strow, In tho matter of the latter's estate. It shows that they are the only surviving heirs at law ol the deceased, who was chief englncet of Wilder's steamer Klnau. Decrees of divorce have been granted In the cases of John Mnhunalll vs. Vic toria Mahunalll, Marin Mnxado vs. Manoel Sllva Mnxado, Lena K. Adann vs. Howard W. Adams und Akula Woodwnrd vs. Joseph Woodvvaid. The motion for alimony In the case of Mary 1 Mallan vs. K, C. Mallan wns dismissed In the case of Mniy Isabel Harrub vs. Ernest L. Harrub, Judge Humphreys ordered the libelee to pai within twenty dais $50 ns attorneys' fees for Ubcllnnt's counsel nnd $15 as costs of action. E, M. Watson, master, reporting on accounts of Irene It Holloway, guar dian of George II Brown nnd Francis Hyde II Brown, minors, recommends tho disallowance of Items for music nnd dancing lessons, blcjclo repairing and medical attendance, on the ground that such expenditures m"-v to come cut of the $50 a month allowed by the court for support and cducntion of each minor. He would also disallow the purchase of a $1000 McBrjde Sugar Co, bond at 99 for each minor, because minority holders of such bonds are not protected In tho event of foreclosure Irene II Holloway by her attorneys, Robertson & Wilder, has taken out a writ of error against C. A. Biovvn, upon the decree of Judge Gear In the mattcr of tho guardianship of aeorge II Brown und Francis Hyde II Brown claiming that the decree was void for lack of Jurisdiction of Judge Gear tn making tt. Charles It, Hcr.cnway. administra tor of the estate of II, O, Blart, de 1 cased, has filed nn Inventory valuing the estate at $2283.25. Alice Mctcalf, as trustee for Emma Mctcalf lhalka, and Frank Godfrey ns trustee for Thomas Mctcalf have brought an action against Emma M Nakulna to quiet title In 4.8G acres ol land In Mnnoa valley, L. L. McCandlcss has brought an ejectment suit ngalnst Honolulu Plan tation Co. nnd Woodlawn Fruit Co. for two upannB at Hnlawa, Oaliu con taining one acre and 90-100 chain, claiming damages of $100 . Ah Chow, who pleaded guilty to em bezzlement of $75 60 from Margaret Llsbman as previously repotted, was warn 1 MMPiwiHi , i wypMqj4pwwiflL! 'J ii jnrii jjpp sentenced by Judge Gear to six jnonths' Imprisonment at hard labor. Santiago Frontnro, on his plea of guilty to assault with a revolver, was given eight months at hard labor. Geogo dodfrcy and Haleua , two youngsters who pleaded guilty to the purloining of toys from Jordan's store, were released on nolle prosequi. Judgo Humphrcvs Refused to appoint S M Damon as receiver of tho Kona Sugar Co. at the suit of McChcsney & Sons, because Mr, Damon was a creditor. He appointed F W Wun denberg under n bond of $75,000. John Kamaka, charged with Illicit liquor selling, was found not guilty beforo Judgo Ocar by tho following Jury: W. J Ordway, A. W. Judd, Fred doudle, W It. Castle Jr., D. Na auo, L. Hart, J, D. Cockett, E. Blake, F Woodbrldgc, O. A. Long, W. Du genberg nnd James Mcrsebcrg. 1 YOU PHYSICIAN DIFS Dr O. M. Saul, a young physician of the city, died of typhoid fever at the hospital at about 2 30 o'clock j ester- day afternoon after a short Illness cov i fln r InAd I It n H it n nk1 1 t n It Ann fmj erlng less than a week. He becamo slightly 111 on Tuesday last but con tinued to perform his duties until Sat !m!ay when he began to fall rapidly. On Sunday It was thought best that the patient shoull bo given special treat ment, so lie. was removed to tha Queen's Hospital. He wns sinking rapidly yesterday morning and at noon, ft was seen that lie was dying. Ills brothers, Dr, O. M. Saul and J, R. Saul, the latter of McChcsney & Sons, were at the bedside when death occur red 1 Deceased came hero from San Fran cisco about eleven months ago. His homo wns In Pctaluma, Cat., and he was n graduate of the Cooper Medical Institute. He was born in Kansas City. Mo , 20 years ago. Tho body will be placed in a vault until tho Alameda sails. It will then bo placed aboard and shipped home. DON'T TEMPT FUNSTON Denver, Feb. 3. Tho proposal to servo wine at tho banquet to bo giv en In honor of General Arthur Mac- Arthur and General Frederick Funston by tho Denver bankers does not meet with the approval of tho Colorado Women's Christian Tcmpcrnnco Un ion State president, Mrs. Antoinette Haw ley, who In a circular begs the people not to tempt tho Kansas war rior as follows: "It is a mattcr of common report that General Funst,on Is a total abstainer cjid surely If It Is really desired to honor theso bravo noldlers It would bo wiser to respect 1110 uunstian sentiment of tho best men and women In Kansas and Colo rado aud tempt no man to do a thing nis conscience cannot approve. PoS' slhly the promoters of tho affair fear, nuiciuc 01 hid j a plate peoplo to whom they appear to cater It Is cer tain that here Is an opportunity to show a bravery that wilt match tho heroism of the distinguished guests, and Ignora a custom moro honored in Its breach than In observance." RODMAN WANTS IIAWAHANS. Commander Hugh Rodman of tho lT S, S. Iroquois Is anxious to get a couple of Hnwallans on his ship before sho goes cruising among tho Islands of the north. This Is the number required to make up tho full quota of the ship's company and Commnndcr Rodman wishes to give Hnwallans tho first choice. He believes natives will make valuable men on his ship on account of their natural aptness In that direc tion. Should lliere bo any applicants for the places the) wilt be-cnllsted ns landsmen and their pay wilt be based in $10 a month. SWEET LITTLE MISSIONARY. Indianapolis, Jnn. 29. James Hicks of Irvlngtou, who went to Porto Rico early In December to claim his bride, has returned without her, but rch In experience. Wbllo the regulars wore In camp at San Juan a oung woman came there from Australia for missionary work, and her beauty and accomplishments soon became the talk of tho American camp. Hicks found himself a rival of the Captain of tho lighter and tho architect. After his return Hicks wrote the llttlo missionary and an engagement followed. It wns agieed she should como to tha "States" aud wed Hicks. Hicks sent hor cash for transportation purposes and to buy a trousseau. She in turn wrote that sho wanted Hicks to come to San Juan, Ho be canio suspicious and finally went to Snn Juan. Ho found tho girl still bunging souls, to Christ nml ll'8U learned that tt Captain of tho light er and tho nrcMtect also expected to many her Thoy compared notes, and Hicks says that it doreloped that their com blned contributions had amounted to about $1800, besides which the Cap tain of the lighter admitted that ho had chosen her for his BavlngB bank, and had deposited with hor as high os $G00 at one time. Hicks would not think of holding hor to tho original betrothal, and i took the next boat northward, Beforn he left he understood that legal pro ceedlngs would bo brought to recover tho money, but to this ho did not in tend to becomo a party, as ho was willing to let his money go for tho experience. Knlcker When I was alono with MIbs Smith In tho parlor I proposed. I iold her sho was tho light of my life. Backer Ami snti Knlcker Oh, sho went out. TltBlts A S20.00 BELT for $5.00 The Dr..J'. Allien Electric "Belt' (with sus- ay'!' penviry Is guaranteed to possess 'vw an tne curative proper ties of the espen'lve belts now sold by do'tors and druggists. It gives a very trong current of electricity and Is eally regulated. Bound to supersede others. Can be had from the undersigned only; nn agents; no discount. Clrcuhr free. Addrcs Pierce Electric Co . io6 Post St.. S n Francisco. Sent free to Hawaii for $5.00 rJlfiA. Agents, Brokers and Jobbers. ALEXANDER OALDWINXfd' OFFICERSi H. P. Baldwin President J. B. Castle First Vlco President W. M. Alexander.. Second Vlco Pros. J. P. Cooko Treasurer W. O. Smith Secretary Ceo. K. Carter Auditor Sugar Factors and Commission Agents AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co , Haiku Sugar Co , Pala Plan tation Co., Nahlku Sugar Co, Klhel Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co., Kahulul Itallroad Co, and The California and Oriental S, S. Go W. G. Irwin & Go. LIMITED. AGENTS FOR Western Sugar Refinery Company of San Francisco. Baldwin Locomotlvo .Works of Phila delphia, Pa., V. S. A. Newell Universal Milt Co. (National Cano Shredder), Now York, U.8.A. N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertili zers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high grade Ferti lizers for Cano and Coffee. Reed's Steam Pipo Covering. ALSO OFFER FOR SALE: Pnratnno Paint Co.'s P.& B. Paints and Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil, raw and boiled. Indurlno (a cold-water paint), In whlho and colors. f Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Llmo aid Bricks. CASTLES COOKE, Ltd HONOLULU Commission Merchants I I Sugar Factors AGENTS FOR The Ewa Plantation Co. The Walalua Agricultural Co , Ltd, Tho Kohala Sugar Co. Tho Walmoa Sugar Mill Co. Tho Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo. The Stnndnrd Oil Co. The Geo. F. Blako Steam Pumps. Weston's Centrifugals. Tho New England Life Insuranco Co. of Boston. Tho Aetna Flro Ins. Co. of Hartford, Conn. Tho Alliance Assuranco Co. of London. LIFE and FIDE Insurance - Agents AGENTS FOR NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIPPIn 8URANCE CO. OF BOSTON. AETNA FIRE INSURANCE COM PANY OF HARTFORD. Win, G. Irwin & Go LIMITED. Wm. G. Irwin.. President and Manager Claus Sprcckels Vlco President W. M. Glffard..8econd Vice President It. M. Whitney Jr Trees, and Sec. Geo. J. Ross Auditor Sugar Factors Commission Agents AGENTS OF THE Oceanic Steamship Co. OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. C. Brewer & Co., Ltd. Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H. A.prontB ior llawatlan Agricultural Co, Ookala Sugar Plant. Co, Onomca Sugar Co., Hannmtl Hucnr Cn.. Wnlluku Suenr Cn.. Mnkeo Sugar Co .Haleakala Ranch Co , Tho Planters' Line of San Francisco Packet; Chas. Brewer & Co.'s Lino of Boston Packets. LIST OF OFFICERS: C. M. Cooke, President; Georga Robertson, Mnnagar; E. F. Bishop, Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones. H, Wi terhoUBO and Geo. R. Carter, Director!. THE VON HAMM-YOUNG GO,, T IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANT8. Queen Street, - Honolulu AGENTS TOR Tho Lancashire Insuranco Co. Tho Baloiso Insuranco Co. Union Gass Englno Co. Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc. Bruce Cartwright General Manager of THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY Of tho United States for tho Hawaiian Islands.... OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu. KAAHUMANU 8TRET. J Pensylvania Fire Insurance Company, CIiob. T. Wilder, AGENT. KAAHUAUNU ST. BPWiPnr , L. . i lvtaJ&Xis tr i ijL.it v.