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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1902, Lines of Travel. If III Easiness Men Can Savo Many llonrs 'SPlCTOvt R.W108B THE CONTINENT TOOM San Francisco-Portland THE TRAINS DAILY FROM SAN FRANCISCO. TWO TRAINS DAILY FROM PORTLAND. 0al7 THREE DAYS to Chicago. Only FOUR DAYS to New York. Pmllmaa Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok ing and Library Cars, with Barber kop and Pleasant Reading Rooms. Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte). Free Reclining Chairs. Pullman Ordinary Sleepers. f. X. LOTHROP, General Agent. lit Third street, Portland, Oregon. T W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent, Ho. 1 Montgomery St, San Francisco. . L. LOMAX, O. P. & T. A., 1471 Omaha, Nebraska. Hawaiian Tramway's Time Table. KINO STREET LINE. Cut ! Walklkl lor Iowa it i s. ( i j, 6 ,1 A M tod tvery isnlnutMtherttfter till to 43. 11:1s and lijIP.M. Iiom Walklkl flo Uit Puliation Stalltt. Cart laava K Pangt or Pawaa iwllca for town at 11A.M. and avtry 1$ mlnutft thmafttr till 11 e.M Can ttavt Fort and Klac itrettf corntr for Palama at 6 10 A H. and tvtry 13 nlnuttt after till 11 ts . Cart Itava for Palama only al 1 and 3 )o A M. Cart laava Palama for Walklkl j 41 A M. and avirjr t3 Btnuut till 9 43PM, than al 10 ts and 10 43 P.M Tnati 13 A. from Palana for Punaliou only roet to WalUnl on Saturday!. Cart Itava Fort and Kins itrttti corntr foi Xlllt Ranrt at 3 to and 3 jo A M. Cart Itava Fort and Klnr strittt comtrfor Walklkl at 6 os A M. and tvtry 1 3 mlouttt till 10 osP. M, than al 10 13 and its p m. Tin 11 13 p.m. (ott to Walklkl on Saturday! only, BERETANIA STREET AND fUUANU VALLEY, Cart Itava Punahou Stablt for Town at 330 and lor Town and Vallty at s 40 1 30 to 1 to 4 1 and tto AM. Cartltavt Oahu Colltf t for town and Valltyat 6 ja t 30 and r 10 A M and tvtry to rilnuttl till iMto P.M. aictpt lilt tvtn hour and half. Dour cart which run from tht Statla Cart Ittva Nuuanu Vallty at 0 10 0 jo 6 30 A.M and tvtry to mlnutft inert alter till la 30 p M. Cart Itava Fort and Quean ttrtttt for Punahou Collect at 6 03 6 ts 6 43 A M and tvtry 10 mlnutet aftertllloesP.M. After that tht cart run to tht Stablt up to tt 30P.M. which Itthtlattcar Iron Town, Machine tbt Subla at irjo p.m. O. R. & L. Co. TIME TABLE. From and after January 1, 1899. TRAINS. 0 STATIONS. DAILY DAiiv (Outward) ti. Sun. DAILY ti. Sun. DAILY DAILY A.M. AM. AM. P.M. P M. Honolulu tto 013 1103 313 310 Ptarl City.... lo ,1 1140 J 4T 330 Ewa Mill I)) 1008 it 00 40s tto Walanaa 1030 443 ... Walalua 1133 340 .... Cahuku it )t its .,.. STATIONS. DAILY (Inwtrd) ti. Sun. DAILY DAILY DAILY AM. A.M. PM P.M Kahuku J" I to 1(4 t so Walalua , Walanaa Ewa Mill tto ... J S3 V 43 03 4 It 1 01 10 4 it Ptarl City its Honolulu 030 1)3 103 $t6 F C. SMITH, Gen'l Pass. & Ticket Agt u. p. DENIHON. Superintendent Telephone to All Parts of the Island. konaTTvery STABLES KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII J. G. IIENRIQUES, PROP. Horses and Carriages For Excursions To the Volcano or the Mountains. An excellent chance is offered for tourists to SEB THE COUNTRY. Carriages meet the S. S, Mauna uua at Kallua and tako passengers overland to Hookena, where the steamer la mei again. Chinese and Japanese Firms. C.Q.YeeHop&Co Kaliikinni Meat Market and Grocery. FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Beretanla Street, Corner Alakea. 'Phone Blue 2511. ALSO AT THE FISHMARKET MEAT 8TALL8 19 AND 20. SING CHAN CO. Importers of Hardware, Tinware, Glassware and Carriage Goods, Etc., Etc. Sanitary PlumblnjJ and Sewer Connec tions a Specialty. 229 King St., between River 8t. and R, R. Depot. SANG CHAN MERCHANT TAILOR Fine English and American Goods TWO STORBS 65 Hotel street, and Hotel near Nuuanu P O Boii. TEL whits t Woman's Exchange has removed to tho Arlington Block, Hotel Street, In tho store formerly occupied by II. W. Foster. DO YOU WANT J To (eel as vigorous as you wore beforo you wasted your strength? To enjoy life again? To get up In tho morning, refreshed by sleep and not moro tired than when you went to bed? Co havo no wonk- ness In tho back or "como and go" pains? No Indigestion or Con 4 Btlpatlon? To know that your strength is not slipping away? To 4) onco moro hnvo bright eyes, healthy color In your chcoks and bo 4 confident that what other mon can do Is not Impossible to ou? In I short, do you want to bo a man among men? t DR. MCLAUGHLIN'S ELECTRIC BELT A Thero Is nothing so penetrating, nothing so Invigorating, noth 4) Ing that will relieve weakness nnd pain as speedily and surely as I nature by n general relnforcoment of tho vital energy by Infusing a X mild, Invlgorntlng current of Electricity Into the nerves nnd by sup- kI.Ihi. fl.n Bt'atAry will, lllA ..AM. Annnn . ... a Inn., m h .1 hm. a V Rlrencth. LAME BACK AND VITAL WEAKNESS. Tin. MrT.AtTnHI.ltt Tienr Hlr, Vniir nlnftrlA l,nU lina rlnno fnr mo all you have claimed It would, and has Improved mo to such an extent that I am now ablo to do a hard day's work, something I was Incapable of beforo commencing your treatment. I rest well at night and my general health Is better than ever. You can refer to me nnd It will gtvo mo great pleasure to speak of tho merits of your treatment. Very truly, E. R. HOUSTON, Armona, Cal. , , Call and see It, or send for my frco book telling about it. , rv rVI W Mr .-.. .At.!!.. 702 Market St., LM . iTl. II. mtwJUUUglllllI, 8nn Fran., Cnl. O V. AWiVat ItlUlIU 9 U. LUt IU Oceanic Steamship Company TIME TABLE The steamers of this line will arrive and lcavo this port as hereunder: FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO. ALAMEDA MAR.lt, VENTURA MAR. 26 1LAMEDA APRIL 6 I In connection with the sailing or tno above steamers, too agoms are pre tared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail road from San Francisco to all points In the United Btates, and from New fork by any steamship line to all European ports. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO Wm. 6. Irwin & Co., Ltd. GENERAL AQENT8 OCEANIC 8. 8. CO. Pacific Mail Steamship Go. Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned. FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOR 8AN FRANCI8C0. PERU MAR. 12 COPTIC MAR. 20 AMERICA MARU MAR. 28 FOR GENERAL INFORMATION H. HACKFBLD & American-Hawaiian S. S. Co. DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast. S. 8. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about March 15. From 8an Francisco 3. S. HYADE8, 3,000 tons, to sail Feb. 19 for. Honolulu. 8. S. NEVADAN, to sail April 15th. 8. S. HAWAIIAN, to sail May 15th. rrelght received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South Rrooklyn, at all times. For further particulars, apply to C. P. fYlORSB, General Freight Agent H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd. AQENT8, HONOLULU. Canadian-Australian Royal Mail Steamship Company. Steamers of the abovo line, running In connoctlon wttu the CANADI N PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. D. C, and Sydney, M.S. V., tnd calling at Victoria, D. C, Honolulu and Drlsbane, are DUE AT HONO LULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.: rrom Vancouver anu Victoria, D. C. (For Drlsbane and Sydney.) MIOWERA MAR. 15 AOUANQI APR. 12 Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and turope. For Freight and Passage and all general Information, apply to 'Thco.H.Davlc8&Co.,Ltd., Gcn'l Agents. GLOBE NAVIGATION COMPANY'S 8EATTLE-HONOLULU ROUTE. Connecting Direct without transfer with G. N Ry., N. P. R., and C. P. R. Lowest rato of freight from all eastern points, shortest possible time. 8. 8. TAMPICO, from 8eattle MARCH 10 8. 8. EUREKA, from Seattl APRIL 10 For further Information address L. E. BEEBE, 2 Brewer Building, Honolulu. AGENT HAWAIIAN I3LAND8. Globe Nav. Ce., Seattle, Wash.; P. W. Rochester, 803 Market St., 8. F., Agents of above roads, will furnish Information. F. J. Rusacll E. M. Watson RUSSELL & WATSON, ATTORNEYS AND COUN8ELLOR8-AT-LAW. Offices Magoon Building, 2004-lm 'Phone Main 328. W. Austin Whiting, W. J. Robinson, LAW OFFICES famr-ed to Room 306, Judd Building J. M. KANEAIUJA, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR A LAW, NOTARY PUBLIC I Jfflc Dethel 8t, Near tho Postofflca.'tNO BULLETIN. TO BE STRONG ? OiOU ah Uli OUUUUJB XV VU X . . ALAMEDA MAR. 19 SIERRA MAR. 25 ALAMEDA APRIL 9 PEKINO MAR. 12 OAELIC MAR. 22 HONGKONG MARU MAR. 29 APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO. CO, LTD. AGENTS. from 8ydney and Brisbane. (For Victoria and Vancouver, D. C.) AORANGI , MAR. 12 MOANA APR. 9 MIOWKRA MAY 7 Seattle and Tacoma TO 8. 8. OREGONIAN, 6000 tons, to sail March 25th. 8. 3. CALIFORNIAN, 6000 tons to sail April 20th. For further particulars apply II, HACKFELD & CO,, Agents, C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent n..lmi vnnp nrnin lftilpArfl runt. books, etc. It you rre undecided, wo will help you. That Is In our line and iihe PRICE IS RIGHT, at the EVEN- COMMITTEE REPORT IS STRONG ARGUMENT Possessions of Pacific Should Be Con nected By Government Owned Line Close Vo'.e. Wnshlngton IVb. 16. Tho report to he filed tomorrow ly the House Com mlttee on Interstate and Foreign Com mcrce recommending tho passage of tho hill Introduced hy Ilcprcscntatlw Corliss proldlng for Government own ershlp of a Pacific entile, says that the United States by the annexation of Haw nil and the acquisition of the Philippines nnd other Islands through the ratification of the Paris treat ns sumed the lesponsiblllty of maintain Ing peace In the Pacific ocean. This obligation, the report, which wns pre pared by Represcntatho Corliss, the author of the bill, snjs was deliberate ly undertaken by this country and np proved by the united olcc of the people It adds "Tho future peace and prosper!! of these Islands will largely depend upon the facilities extended by our Govern ment for the advancement and en llghtenmcnt of tho people there II wo are to contlnuo In control of theso Islands, tho people must be made to understand tho character and purpose of our Government nnd to feel the benefits of enlightened civilisation and American liberty. This can bo accom plished through (he medium of cablo communications. The advancement of ourown people nnd tho benefit of rap Id communication through the tele phone, telegraph and railway lines illustrates tho advantages and prog ress that may be achieved through cable messages." Regarding Government ownership of cables Corliss says England for Of ty years has been constantly acquir ing, by purchase and construction, ca ble communication with her vast pos sessions, until Bhc has expended up ward of $10O,UU().O0O for this purpose, and operates her own cables connect ing her colonies. England Is now- con structing a Pacific cablo from Vancou vcr to Australia at a cost of nearly JK.000,000. and In order to glvo her tradesmen and manufacturers tho ben efit of this communication at the least possible expense has fixed a rate of 'i shillings, or f0 cents per word for cnblo messages from Vancouver to Now Zealand. "Krnnce, Germany and other na tions are not sleeping upon their rights, as tho people In tho United States have been," comments Corliss, "but aro establishing Government tel cgraphlc communication with their respective possessions. F therefore contend that the Pacific cablo should be owned, controlled and operated by tho Government of tho United States It should bo mndo by an Amerlcnn manufacturer, laid by an American ship under the American flag and oper ated at the actual cost for tho dissemi nation of knowledge, tho proper direc tion of our Army and Navy, and the n,H-nnmon nf nnr Irn.ln nnH m. mcrco In the Paclric. The transmis . . . . I sion ot communication should bo held by the stato. "The right to construct nnd operate the Pacific cablo is a public utility, or franchise, held by tho people. Its con trol is an Inherent right of the Na tion; Its construction and operation necessarily will become, for a great many years, a monopoly, and should not bo transferred from tho control of Hie people." General Greely. 'chief of the Signal Service of tho War Department, who lias chnrgo of tho telegraphic lines owned by tho Government, and who tins given tho subject careful consld cration and constructed scverla hun dred miles of cablo under tho control of tho War Department tho report sajs, estlmateH the entire cost of n Pacific cablo. Including ships and all possible contingencies, at $10,000,000, and places the annual expense at $525, 000. His Judgment Is confirmed by tho opinion of Rear Admiral It, II. Ilrad ford, chief of tho Dureau of Hqulpment of tho Navy. A complete survey has been mado by our Navy, at tho ex pense of at least half a million dollars to our ptoplo, nnd a route established oxtendlng from California to Hawaii, Guam, Wako or Midway and tho Phil Ipplno Islnnds. Thero Is no longer any doubt as to the practicability of this project from a technical and en gineering point of view. In conclusion tho report sas: "Hv ery part of tho world has been enllght encd by cablo lines excopt tho Pacific ocean. This vast body of water, under tho control of our Government seems to bo tho ono dark spot upon tho fnco oft tno earth, and for the want of a ca blo tho gem of tho Pacific tho Hawnll an Islands, a part of our own country, are left In darkness soven davs behind tho rest of tho world. Tho vote authorizing a favorable re port on tho bill stood eight for and sev en against. Two members, Mann and Davis, favorable to tho bill, were ub sent, and slnco then two of tho mem hers, Loverlng nnd Wagner who voted against the bill In tho committee, havo signed the report in favor of tho pas sage of tho bill, sugestlng an amend ment authorizing the purchaso of tho cablo contracted for between Califor nia and Hawaii, The minority ot the committee oppose-Government owner ship and favor the proposals of the Commercial Pacific Cable Company to lay a private cablo. tt memmmmtri Legal 'Notices. NOTICE OF MEETING. In accordance with tho directions ot the Board of Directors of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HAWAII, Ai HONOLULU, notice is hereby given that a meeting of tho Stockholders thereof will bo held in Honolulu, Isl and of Oahu. Territory of Hawaii, nt Its place of business on Saturday, the 8th day of March, 1902, at 2 p. m of that day, tho purposo of such meet ing being for tho election of Directors for tho ensuing year, If necessary, nnd for tho transaction of all other busi ness as may bo necessary or brought beforo tho Stockholders, Dated, Honolulu, February Cth. 1902. (Signed) W. G COOPER, Cashier. 2004 Feb. 6, 13, 20, 27, Mar. 6 Recorded February 27, 1902. U W Ilnrnard to Lnupalioelioi Su gar Compan) lease 7 fi in aires of (irnnts 3ST4 and 3711 Walpunnlel, .North Hllo, Hawaii, four nnd one Half wars nt $38. Hook 233 page 12 Dat id t'ebriinry. 1902 Recorded February 28, 1902. Yin Kee Knn et nl to Sen Lei Cnm pan) assignment ot lease, pn mines between Punchbowl and Mlllei streets, Honolulu Onlm, JHhui Hook 233, page fll Dttcd Jnnuai 2 IUhJ Hcbcccn K Pnnce to C Kee Knn "t nl , least-, portion Kill Stl and It P. COS, Kul. 712, Mniinnkcn street Ho nolulu, Oahu, thirty e-nis, four )ears at $50 per month, twenty six jcars :t $73 per month. Hook 233, page !. Dated February 21, 1902. Manuel Gomes to Antonio P Mornn ha; assignment of lease: portion l.anl hail Plantation, North Kona, Hawaii, $1 Rook 233, page 07 Hated Pebril arj 1902. Recorded March 1, 1902. John A Magutre to Jonah Kiim-vtac; affidavit, correction of name of Gran tee In book 230 page 290 Hook 230, page 291 Dated February 11 1902. I CHARGED WITH ROBBING WARD'S JEWELRY STORE Remarkable Differences in Estimates of Land Values By Witness in the United States District Court. J. A. McCandlrs9 was the last wit ness for the I'nlted States In the con demnation suit against Honolulu Plan tation Company )csterday, his evl dence closing the case. He testified that tho land was worth from $15 to $20 an acre. Cross-examined, he said It was part of the land leased to tht Oahu Sugar Co , of which he was a dl rector, and that the latter company had asked the I'nlted States $200,000 fof H2 acres of the tract. In 1SSC ho drilled n well thereon for a Chinaman, who made a falluie of rice cultivation and did not pay for the well Two others tried raising vegetables on the land nmrgnve It up ns a b.ut Job Wit ness said he had no use for Manngei Low, but Low was not the Honolulu Plantation Co He denied having de clared In San Francisco n purpose to Injure that plantation. L L, McCandless hail previously tes tified, placing the value of tho land nt $10 an acre. He was on speaking, but not good, terms with Manager Low. Mr Low was the first witness for defendant, giving way temporarily tn C Holte, who valued the leasehold In terest in dispute at $330,000 Robert and Kdgar Williams, negroes, easily regained their freedom at thu hands of a Jury before Judge Gear yes terday afternoon. They wero tried for lobbing V. A. Ward's StOTO of $2300 Wfirlri nf JnUAlri' Tim niAn ti apa Imci worth of jewelry. The men were heroes tn the running nnd shooting fight with the police, when the attempt-was mada by their gang to carry off the booty In a trunk. An accomplice named O'Con nell, who blew on the robbers, had been allowed to escape from tho coun try. Tho court would not admit evl denco of an admission made by mm of the prisoners out of the presence of tho other one. The government's casa was simply not made. Thomas Fltih and Geo A Davis had an easy tiling for the defense, while Assistant Attor ney General Douthltt was handicapped by luck of admissible evidence Rob ert Williams testified for himself nnd his cndcfcnilant. being the only w Ituesa for tho defense Ills story was that O'Connell had requested himself and his comrade to carry an a from the rear of Ward's store. Aftir being out halt on hour, tho following Jury returned a verdict of not guilty- Charles Spen ccr, Fred Goiidlo, n. 11. Illake, J. M Homan, M. R. Houghtnlllng. W. IL Castle Jr , W, F. Jones, n, T. Tannatt James Mcrseberg, II. n. Gares, D, 11 Rcnear and W. Dusenberg, Discontinuances have been filed In the following cases: Lee Win Yin vs. Kwong Mow Sing, Tong Kau Llm vs, Kwong Mow Sing and I.au Kong vs. Kwong Mow Sing. O, W Maefarlane has petitioned for appointment ns guardian of Alices. Maefarlane, ALBATROSSjS COMING San Francisco, Feb, 2C It Is gener ally understood on board tho Albatross that tho United States llsh Commls slon steamer will lcavo tor Honolulu Saturday next. Orders for tho vovago aro Haul to bu now lu the hands of the captain. J. A. FILLAIORB UBAD. San Frnnclsco, Feb. 27 J. A. Fill more died at 7 a. in HiIb morning. Last Tuesday ho was complaining bitterly of a cold. Thero were few men In San Francis co who had so largo a number ot friends as J. A. Fillmore. Ho was known from ono end of tho Stnto to tho other and ho mado a friend of ev eryone ho met. For jears ho had been general superintendent of the South rn Pacific Railway. Ills authority ex tending over train men In California Navada, Utah, Arizona and New Mex Ico. Ho filled tho position with un usual ability, and, though n Mrlct man, had tho esteem nnd the friendship oi all the hundreds of englneem, flruincn conductors, brakemen and other em ployes In tho operating department TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Tako Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund tbo money If II falls to cure. E. W. Grovo'a signature Is on each box. 26 cents. A Bhno firm In Toledo, Ohio, has tiac cd to the depredations of mice losses In greenbacks and other paper money which have uinouuted to $.'0,000 In four jears, AWED No doubt You havo paid for two or three homes during your llfetlm. Especially If you have been paying rent; and we regret that you have nothing to show for the money spent In this manner. ft Wt hivt now on sale lots In the beautiful Puupueo Tract, which contains the finest suburban property In Honolulu. This tract commands a magnificent view of mountains and ocean, has macadamized streets, artesian water, and the electric car line pastes through the property. For any further Information regard ing prices, terms, etc., address ISLAND REALTY COMP'Y LIMITED. 204 JUDD BUIL.DINC3. Corporation Notices. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. At tho adjourned annual meeting of tne stockholders of tho Pioneer Mill Company, Limited, held nt the office of II. Hackfeld & Co, Ltd- Honolulu, on Tuesday. March 4th. 1902, the fol lowing officers nnd directors were duly elected to serve during tho insulngjn the District Court of the United year: President Paul Isenberg Vice President ...H. A. Isenberg Treasurer W. Pfotenhauer Secretary F, Klamp Auditor .. . Armln Haneberg The abovo officers, with tho exeep tlon of the Auditor, andJ, A. McCand less, F. W. Maefarlane, H. Foeke, con stitute the Hoard of Directors. 1 KLAMP, 2087-3t Secretary. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. At tho Annual Meeting of tho trus- property, or knowing or having any tees of tho Chlneso United Society, thing to say why said Court should held on January 31, 1902, tho follow-' not pronounce against the same, ac Ing officers were elected to servo for cording to the prayer of tho Informa tne ensuing ear: lion now on fill herein, and that they Wona Kwal President .Appear beforo tho said Court to bo Chono Mee Ulna ..Vice President LI Cheung Secretary Chang Pak Shan ..Asst. Secretary Ylm Quon Treasurer Lau Tong Asst. Treasurer LI CIir.UNO, Secretary Chlneso United Society. Honolulu, T. II., Feb. 22, 1002. 2079 2w NOTICE. Intending steerage, passengers from Honolulu for United States ports aro hereby Informed that until further no tice the undersigned will not book ap plicants for passage by tho steamers for which they aro agents, unless said passengers report at their offlco at least nine, (9) days previous to tho scheduled date of sailing. Further In formation may be had upon applica tion nt the offices of WM. O. IRWIN & CO . LTD , II. HACKFP.LD & CO. 2079 tf ANNUAL MEETING. The regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the Intel Island Steam Navigation Compaii), Limited, will bo held nt the office ot tho company, Queen street, on Tucsdns March 18, 1902 nt 10 o'clock a m. The stock books of tho Company will bo closed to transfers from tho 15th to the 18th lusts Inclusive C. II. ('LAPP, Secretary. Honolulu, March 4th, 1902. 20SO-15t NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that Intend Ing passengers per S, S. "Aorangl." duo to sail for Vancouver on tho 12th Inst., and for tho S, S. "Mlowera," duo to sail for tho Colonies on tho 15th Inst,, must apply for passago by tho former boat not later than the 3d Inst. THEO. H. DAVIES & CO . LTD , Agents Canadian-Australian It. M. S. S. Line. 2081 ADJOURNED ANNUAL MEETING. Tho Adjourned Annual Meeting of tho Stockholders of the Oahu Railway At Land Company will bo held In As scmbly Hall, over tho offices of Castlo & Cooke, Limited, corner of King and llethcl streets, Honolulu on Friday, March 7. 1902, at 1 45 p in A. W. VAN VALKKNllimo, Secretary Oahu Railway & Land Co. Honolulu, March I. 190. 2087-21 WAIANAE COMPANY, LIMITED, Tho Adjourned Annual Meeting ot tho Stockholders of tho Walanao Company, Limited, will bo held at tho office of J. M. Dowsett, Merchant street, on Monday, Marcn 10th, 1902, at 10 o'clock a m, J. M. DOWSKTT, Secretary. Honolulu, T. IL, February 25th, 1D02 2086 td HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB. The postponed annual meeting of tho Hawaiian Jockey Club will be held at tho Pacific Club Monday evening. March 9th, at 7 30 p. m. W II. CORNWELi,, President C L. CRAHI1E. Secretary 2086 91 New Mop of Oahu. t.0Bplltd from (jovtrnment Survtyi tnft Cherts, Mips of Suf tr Plintttloni, Rillwayi, an4 Other KtlUbU Sourco. thb map 11 jlti inches, with artlttl coloring and neat mountings, nak In;? a very useful as well i oraameniat wall nap THB PRICI or THl MAP IS J 10 oo. CopltS Cai ha oblalr-J from JAS T TAYLOR. P.lO Mox too io4 Judd Uultdlnr, Honolulu! T. H or HAWAIIAN NEWS CO , LTD Weekly edition of tht Bulletin 1 a year. THE AMOUNT PAID FOR RENT WOULD HAVE PAID FOR A HOME, AND A GOOD HOME TOO.ott Legal Notices. Notice to All Whom It May Concern. United States of America, District ot Haw-all. States In and for tho District and Territory of Hawaii. 1 Uultcd States of America, Plaintiff, ' vs. Ono Dozen Articles for tho Prevention of Conception. ' Attachment and Monition. Whereas, In said Cause, said Court, on February 24, 1902, issued its At tachment and Monition: , NOW THEREFORE NOTICE rilHRKOK IS HEHWIY OIVHN' to al' 1 persons claiming the above mcntlsneu holden In and for tho said District of Hawaii at the United States court house in the City of Honolulu In said District on the 20th day ot March, A. D. 1902, If that bo a day of jurisdic tion, nnd If not, then on tho first day of Jurisdiction thereafter, at 10 o'clock In tho forenoon of that day, then and thero to Interpose a claim to the same, nnd to make their allegations In tttat behalf. Dated Honolulu, Hawaii. February 21, 1902. E. R. HENDRY. United Slates Marshal in and for Said District. 1079-Ht Business Notices. A CHANCE FOR THOSE DESIRING A GOOD HOMESTEAD. FOR SALE At a reasonable figure, a freehold cstato at Walomau, near Walohlnu. Tho property consists of a substantially built and well furnish ed house with a good water supply; also cartsheds, Bcrvants' quarters, di vision fences for safo handling ot cat tle and 353 ncrcs of land, 147 acres of tho land adjoins houso and thero Is a privilege to sccuro 104 acres contig uous. Thero Is on the 'land fenced portions containing coffee, orango and other fruit trees In bearing. All tho lands aro alongsldo or near to the Gov. ernment road Nearly all tho land has substantial stono fences. With tho nbovo go all cattle, horses and pigs, wagons, etc., etc. For paitlculars ap ply to CHAS. MEINECKE, Walohlnu, Kau, Hawaii. 2065 tf FOR RENT. Houso off School and near Kaluwcla street, containing: 3 bedrooms. Parlor. v Dining room. i Kit hen. l'nntry. Patent Water Closet. Rental $15 per month. Inquire of J. FRIAS, 722 Fort Street. NOTICE. Parties visiting I.alialna and the Isl. and of Maul In general can securo suit able conveyances and careful drivers at the PIONEER STABLES, Lahalna, Island of Maul. Commercial men will be carefully looked after with suitable rigs. 2055 3m DR, WM. G, ROGERS, SURGEON AND SPECIALIST. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Exclusively RKMOVKl) to now offlco, 1148 Ala- kca Street, opp. Hawaiian Hotel. Hours. 9 to 12, 3 to 6:30, 7 tt I; Sun days, 9 to ii. Dr. ArclibaldJ. Sinclair. Offices Rooms 208 20) Bostoa build ing, Fort Streot. Telephones Office, Main 35; Res idence, White 2861. Hours U a. m. to 1 p m.; 3 to 5 p. m.; 7 to g p m ; Sundays, 12 to 2 p.m. P. O. Box 101. A. 0. WALL, D.D.8. 0. E. "WALL, D.D.S. DENTISTS. 1 Love Building, Fort Street Hours, 9 to 4. Telephone Main 320 Telephono tho P.VENINO BULLS. TIN, Main 25G, It you have books to ba mado, printing to be done, etc., etc. and wo will call. We havo men that know tbclr buslnca (or that purpose. ' t I.