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!, nunoiiUliU, HrT SUNDAY; MARCH 16, 1802.
3R r A U VUVU 1 IN CITY CHURCHE! Central Union Church Ucv. Wil liam Klncald, pastor Sunday school nnd Dlblc class, 9:50; public worship nnd sermon, 11; Y. P. S. C. E. prayer meeting, C:30; evening services at 7:30; weekly prayer meeting, Wednes day, 7:30 p, m. At 11 a, m., ltev. Wm. Morris Kin cald will preach ; subject, "The Impor tance of a Might llollof"; 7:30 p. m., subject, "Tho , Gospel of Little 'things." Tho pastor will continue tho course of practical sermons which he hopes to mako both educational and helpful, on "Tho Foundation Stones of a Work ing Faith." Tomorrow morning the subject will bo "Tho Importance of a Hlght Ilcllcf." St Andrew's Cathedral Tho fit. nor. the lllshop of Honolulu, Parish Priest, tho Key. V. II. Kltcat 7 a. m. Holy Communion; 10 a. m , Sunday school; 10:30 a. m, moinlng prayer.llt any and sermon; (on tho last Sunday In the month, choral celebration of the Holy Communion); 3:30 p. m., pule ablahl; 7:30 p. m., evening prayer nnd sermon. Second Congregation Rev, Alex. Mackintosh, pastor. Sen Ices at 9:45 a m nnd 0:30 p. m. St. Clement's Chapel, Puna hou HoI Communion: Tho first Sun day of the month, 11 a. m.; all other Sundays, 7 a. m.; morning prajer, with sermon, 11 a. m ; evensong, 7:30 p. m. Tho electric cars pass the door. All seats aro free. Tho chapel Is served by the Hector of Honolulu. Christian Church E. S. Mucl.lcy, p.stor Residence 650 Uorotanla St.; telcphono BIuo 1C01. Tho malo quartet of tho Hueke)o Club will sing at tho evening sen Ices. Subject of moinlng sermon, r.t 11 o'clock. Is "Thinking and Ilelng"; 7:30 p. m, subject, "Tho Power of the Cross." lllblo school at 9:4o n. m.; Junior Society at 3:30 p in.; Young People's meeting at G:30 p. m A cor dial Imitation Is extended to stran gers nnd non members by the pastor and church to attend these sen Ices. Roman Catholic Cathedral The lllshop of Panopolls Low masses, ho ly communion. 6 nnd 7; children's masi, with natho sermon, 10:30; rosa ry, with natho Instruction, 2; solemn vespers nnd benedictions, 8; week days. Ion mass, 6 and 7. Methodist Episcopal Church Cor ner Deretanla and Miller streets Rev. (. L. Pearson, pastor. Subjects for today's services: 11 a. m , "Conditions of Success In Spirit ual Work;" C:30 p. m , "A Great Awak ening;" 7:30 p. m., "God's Call and Promise to the Spiritually Dead." V Weekly Services Sundays, public 'worship and sermon, 11 a. m. and 8:30 p. m.; Sunday school, 10 a. m.; Kp worth Leaguo devotional seivlcc, 6:30 p. m. Wednesday, pru)er meeting. 7:30. Monthly Meetings First Monday, 2:30 p. m.. Woman's Homo Missionary Society; 7:30 p. m. Epworth Leaguo business meeting; first Tuesday, 7:30 p. m, Methodist Men's Club; third Friday, 2 30 p. in., Lndlcs' Aid So ciety. Parsonage adjoining tho church. A welcome alwa)g, to all. 8t. John the Daptlst Church At Ka llhlwuena. St. Augustine Chapel (Roman Ch ollc), Walklkl Every Sunday of the year at 8:30 a. in., holy mass withjitev. A. V. Soarcs, pastor Preaching sermon; nt 3 p. m Sunday school, -o- Metropolitan Meat Co., LIMITED. Freeh Meats and Pish ( by Every Steamer From the Coast that has Cold Storage. Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton ( Lamb and Pork always on hand. Also Poultry, Salmon nnd FOR 8ALB AT Canadian-Australian Royal Mail Stcumahlp Company. Steamers of the above line, running In connection wltu the CANADI AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, D. C, and Sydney. N.B.vV., and calling at Victoria, D. O., Honolulu and Brisbane, are DUE AT HONO LULU on or about the dates bejlow Prom Vancouver ami Victoria, D (For Brisbane, and Sydney.) MIOWGRA MAIL 15 AOItANai APR. 12 Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and Europe. Por Freight and Passage an l all general Information, apply to TJieo. II. Da vies & Co., Ltd., Gen'I Agents, GLOBE NAVIGATION COMPANY'S SEATTLE-HONOLULU ROUTE. Connecting Direct without transfer with O N. It.. N P It, and C. P. It. Lowest rates of freight from nil eastern points; shortest posslblo time. S. S. TAMPICO, from Seattl , MARCH 10 V 8. S. EUREKA, from Seattle APRIL 10 ' For further Information addioss L. E. BEEBE, 2 Brewer Building, Honolulu. AGENT HAWAIIAN ISLAND8. Globe Nav. Co., Seattle, Wash.; P. W. Rochester, 308 Market St., 8. F., Agents of above roads, will furnish information. V' sary. During Lent: Every Friday at 3 p. m., Stations of the Cross. German Lutheran Church tlev. Mr. Felmy, pastor; 1032 King street 10 a. m , Sunday school; 11 a. m , congrega tional service Deutsche Evangellsch Lutherlsche Klrehe Pastor Felmy, 1032 King St. Sonntag, 10 Uhr, Klndergottes dlcnst; 11 Uhr, Qemelnde Gotten dlcnst. ' Christian Science Services Regu lar Sunday sen Ices at 11 a m.. and Wednesday services at 7 30 p. m.; room 8 Oregon block. The Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Milliard Hall (rear of tho Opera House) 9 a. m., Dook or Mormon class; 10 a. m. Sunday rchool; 11 a, m., preaching (Hawaiian); 6:30 p. ni, Zion's Rellgln and Literary Society; 7.30 p. m., preaching, English sen Ice. Maktkl Chapel On, Klnau street- Preaching sen Ice, 8 a. m. Chinese Church (Congregational) Rev. Eward W. Thwlng, acting pastor Sunday school, 9.30: prcachlnc -r- tlce, 11; Sunday school In English, 2:30; evening scnlce, 7 30; W-dces-day, prayer meeting, 7.30. Japanese Church (Congregational) Nutianu street, Rev. T. Okurnura pastor Sunday school, 10; morning scnlce, 11; evening service, 7.30; Wednesday pra)cr meeting, 7.30. Japanese M. Z. Church G Motokn wn, pastor Sunday school, 10, mom Ing scnlce, 11; evening service, 7.43: !&T" J-J.noo, Willamette above Port ,.,?.. ,i c.n. .? ' .i n" "'' Long Tom, $08,000. class meeting, 8:30; praver meeting, Wednesday, 8. Serv Ices at Ktil.ul St., near St. Louis College. Kawalahao Church Rev H. H. Par ker, pastor Sunday school, 10, morn ing service, 11; evening service, 7 30; preaching In English by Rev. W. D. Wcstenclt; Christian Endeavor, 6:30; prayer meeting, Wednesday. 7:30. , Peeilel Mission Miss E. Uddtnberg In charge Meetings jre held In th hull on Nuuanu street, Just below King every night of the week. Sunday morning at 10 o'clock Bible study; Sunday afternoon at 2 3, holiness meeting; wharf meeting at the fcot ot Nuuanu street at 9 o'clock every Sun dny morning. A Scandinavian meet- Ing for ladles Is held every other Wednesday afternoon, nt 2 o'clock, In ! tho Mission Home, 471 Hotel street.! AH welcome. i Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormon Church) Punch bowl street Sunday services: Sun day school at 10 a. m.; regular ser vice, preaching, at 11:30 a. m.; Young People's Mutual Impiovcment Asto elation, nt 7 p. m.; primary meeting, for children, Friday, at 3 p. m ; Relief Society meeting at 10 a. m , on Satur day. All are respectfully Invited to attend our meetings and examine our doctrines. Frco to all. no contribu tlons; services In Hawaiian. Elder Wm. M. Wnddaups, In charge Seventh-Day Adventlst Chapel Saturday, Sabbath schoul ct 10 a. m ; preaching at 11 n. m ; Wednesday, prayer nnd missionary meeting at 7:30 p. m. All ore welcome. J. 1! Ilehiens, pastor. Portuguese Evangelical Church- Corner of Miller nnd Punrhbuwl Ste, in Portuguese at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p Halibut. The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 41, The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379, Central Market. Nuuanu St., Telephone 104 stated, vli.: r-rom Sydney and Brisbane. (For Victoria and Vancouver, D. O.) AORANGI MAR. 12 MOANA APJL 9 MIOWEIIA MAY 7, JD II10RS A Ar .." -&y miX CARRIES OYER SIXTY MILLION DOLLARS More Than the Measure Talked to Death During the Final Hours of The Last Congress Big Contracts. Washington March 1 Tho rler and harbor bill wa-t completed today nnd tho Items wore made public. Un usual Interest nttnehes to the mens urc this year, ns last eir puscd with out a river and harbor bill. The totnl carried by the monsmc completed today Is $G0,7U0 000. Of this total 24,000 000 Is In cash nnd $.10 700,000 Is In continuing contracts avnllnblo July 1. 1903. Tho totnl Is about 12,000.000 mote than the bill wLicli wns "talked to death" during the final hours of the last Congress. ih appropriations of $25.fi00 or over for harbors Include the following: California 8an Diego. S75,0i)-), and continuing contract, fl02,8"0, Wll mtngton, (250.0110, Snn Luis Obispo, $50,000; Oakland. $100,000; Mossom Reek, Carnitines Sttalts, tlBn.OOO, and ctstmiilng contract, $281,000. Ore gon Tillamook Ilaj and bar, 127.000. Washington Olympla hnrbor, $23,- OOP. Seattle, Shllshalc and Salmon lay. $100,000; Tacomn, $75,000; New Whatcom, $2.",000: Grays Habor, In fludiiig Chchalls Rher, $50,000. The appropriations for rivers In c!nd tho following: California Sncrnmento and Feath er, J2t),00o; Sacramento and Feather elt.ri; dams. $160,000. rrogon Coqullle, $30,000, Sluslaw, :( t'(K); Columbia, nt Cascades. $30, 000 Upper Columbia nnd Snake. $25. "n mouth of Columbia, $500,000, and ititjjulng contract, $1,000,000; lower Wl'liiniottc and Columbia below Port- Wellington Swlnonilsh Slough, J. i nc fiarriman Merges More Railroads t-l Francisco, March 8. Articles of !!)(! .oration and consolidation of the SO'ithern Pacific Ralliond of Califor nia, tho Southern Pacific Company of Aii:oiii and thu Southern Pacific Hall rwd Company of New Mexlro were 81i' yesterday with tho county clerk Tl. .-onsolldatlon of the companies wa- itrf-ctcd by Piusldeut E. II. Hai llmuu from moth oh of economy. Al thengh thu three roads nro part of the .-0 libera Pacific system, sepiiato no eo.iits have hcietoforu been kept fol ! Hue, thus adding consldcrniil) to -bv) expunges AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS. lx ly possessor of a "Kodak" oi litownlo" camera is offcied the op portunity ot competing for $1000 In prizes given b) the Eastman Kodak Co. The great advantages of a cosmo politan population and beautiful seen crj makes the chance of Honolulu con testants favorable and as the prizes arr numerous, island amateurs will no doubt draw a large share. Honolulu Photo Supply Co arc headquarters. m.; Sunday school, 2:30 p. m , con ducted In English; W. A. Row en, sti perlntendent. Prayer meeting, Wed nesday, 7:30. Bishop Memorial Chapel Knmeha mcha Schools; Dr. W. II Elkln, chap lain Services Sunday mornings at 11, except on last Sunday In each month; service nt I p. m. Alumni and friends cordially Invited. Young Men's Christian Association Hotel nnd Alakea streets Henry C. Drown, general secretary. Kev. O. L. Pearson will speak and Mrs Annls Montague Tinner wilt ting it the Young Men's Chrlstlun Assocla- tkn tomorrow afternoon. I The Baptist Society of Honolulu (tegular meeting first Sabbath after noon of each month at 3 o'clock in Young Men's Christian Association parlors. A cordial Invitation Is ox tended to all. The Kaluwela Sunday School Sun day school, 1: 30 p m. Church of tne Sacred Heart .Mar quesvlllc, Punnhou, Tomorrow, fointh Sunday of Lent, March 9th, 11 a 111.. high mass, with sermon and collection COMFORTS OF HOME Cosy rooms In cnt-MScH or main house with or without liuiinl, ml home comfoi-la, i i i INN L. H. DEE, Proprietor. W. Bcswick, Manager. Take the car to Walklkl S Y. M. C. A , King Bros. and Other Places Have Been Entered. PERSON OR PERSONS EMPLOY CANDLE LIGHT Details Noticed Show Burglars Be Clumsy in Their Methods Hart Home Robbed. To The petty burglar Is about town again He Is now confining his atten tion to tho stores and places of busi ness In tho upper part of tho business district. It Is evident from the work done by the burglar, or burglars, that he Is very crude Indeed, using ry clumsy tools nnd methods nnd also taking onl rnsh and articles of small value, leaving alone articles of much greater Intrinsic value thati thosu he tins taken. Friday nlhlit the Y. M. C A wasvli- tlnuYcd. Tho burglar had made a. very thorough search through tno lower part of the building, finding, however, but little of vnlue. Ho pried open Sec retary Ilrown's desk, breaking the lock. He probably used a large Bcrew driver belonging to tho Association This screw-driver, together with an axe, used 111 the attempt to open the safe, he found In the janitor's desk drawer. From Mr. Ilrown's desk the burglar took only n bunch of a dozen or so kes to the lockers of the Cam era Club. A largo number of unused stamps which wero llng on the desk and In one ot the drawers were un touclieil A cHiidlo wns evidently used to sie by. as the dc-Bk, ns well as Its contents, were stained by candle grease. Tho desk belonging to Physl ml Director Young was also pried open, but nothing was taken. Tho burglar made a very rlunisv nt tempt to open tho safe. In which about $15 of members dues wero deposited. For this purpose, he used tho nxe which he had taken from the Janltoi s draw el . )' handle of the safe shows two big dents evidently made by tho knob end of the axe. Tho front of the safe also shows severnl long marks from the shnrp. edge of the ixe A bicycle lamp wnlch had been left standing on top of the safe the previous evening had evidently been pressed Into service by the Invader. It was i lean when left by Its owner but when It wns found this morning it was very smoky and covered with soot 'lucre was also a large kerosene slnln on the Moor. After tiylng to get Into tho safe the burglar went down stairs Into the -lyinnaiilum rooms. It could be seen horn the drippings ou tno floor that hit had found his way down by thu light of the candle ns far ns the elec tric ight switch. Here he evidently tumid on iiio light and put out his candle. The fact thai ho knew where the switch was alto shows that tho In truder wns very familiar with tho premises. In the gymnasium dressing moms the burglar evidently took his time, as no hud done In tho olfleo above Five Kid, eru weie- found to have been pried opin this morning and their contents. Hportlng shoes, sweaters and like goods were found thrown belter skel ter on the lloor. It Is not known uhetner be took nnjthlng from then us the (iv. hits of the lockers have not .is ;i Idriitlfli'il tln-lr go-ids The burglar who was evidently n v i-rj ilumi) one. li. piouabl) tho snmo who entered the Coldcu Hule Ilaznar, across llm strict from the Y M C A., Thursihy night, lleio he effected an entrance from a window about twelvo feet tiom the ground, squeezing through a spneo hardly a foot wide. The- lloor of the store nnd the contents of the drawers which ho rummaged were also cove-red with candle drip pings, as wns the- cat-e In the Y. M ,. A. The burglar left severnl foot pilnts here, nun on n piece of card boaru nnd one on n step covered with dust In the basement being particular ly char It shows n very long nnd uariow foot, the big toe of which Btnnds well out from the rest of the loes, which an clumped, showing that lliu nwnir irrobably generally wears shoes. 'I In- htoie of King llrothers, the photogiupheiH, on Ilutel street, wni entered Mondii night. Hern ther was an i li-c tile-light burning In th window The burglar broke opi n the desk In which change Is kept nnd took Its iiinti ills- nliiutt $13. He opened tun desk by cutting the marks show ing (lint a itrnng Jnc knife was used tor this purnoi-v 'I he burglar nlso ruiifciuked ti laii'i writing desk but tool, nothing fiom It. nlthough there wns a iiiM!tli of untiMil stnmiiii I) Ing In the di iwc-r The drawers contain Ing plctuns. cokiis and other goods wire iiImi runsai ki-d and their con tints thrown into contusion, but ns ct nothing lias In i u mlssi d. This Is the sixth time that this place has been burglarized In cnitlj this manner. I he proprietor Is finite sure that the burglar has a kev to the front door. ns u careful examination of nil the windows and doors fulled to reveal any marks of violence . ilnisdnv ulgnt the lliunswlck llllliard Parlors were visited How the burglar got In Is it nivsttr), ns no win clows or doors had been folic d It Is probable that the Intruder bad u kev to the hat k door, although the proprle or of tin- plnte Is ot the opinion thnt tne limglur managed In bide himself in the pre mm s befoie tho pl.ne was closed up nnd e time out ot hiding when eveiy one had left This Is the sIMh time tint this plan has be on entered diirini: the Inst )i-ai mi there Is only vcr little money kept in the till now. i no lid of the- till was broken The nun I,. niKu.nl tint pinbnblv n jack Untie s In tin- ibhi- or King Hreithen, 'mil In en usi d The- limgliir secured hlrtv imitH Mom this dinwer He ulbo lulped lilii.helf to 1500 cigarettes which v.cie In the store The naturo ot the work done In theeo cuhes seems to show that the mine peison Iiiin iliini) tin in different Jobs Rill WAD HONOLULU KH Another case, but In no way con nected with the four above mentioned cases, occurred in WalklM last Mon day Hero a case of table silver was taken from Jtidgo Hart's residence Tho silver which belonged to Mrs Charles Elston, and which was a wed ding present was deposited In a raso from tho Jeweller, and was In a room upstairs. On Monday evening the cane was missing and nothing was found out about It until yesterday when Drcimlcy and Larson, two men who hnve been working on the Knplo lanl track, found the case In some bushes In tho park They had noticed the rase on passing the previous day, but had nut examined It There Is n clue to the thl-f In this case. On the same evening on which the silver wns taken, and a little pr vlous to the discover of this fact, Mrs. Elston discharged a Japnuese woman servant on account of her In aolencc. The woman replied that 'she would fix Mrs Elston." and left the premises. Shoitly after It was that the loss of the silver was discovered and It will probably be found that this servant had something to do with It Germany Seeking a Coaling Station llerlln Mnreb fi The Call s corrc- ipouil. nt is Informed fiom a trust worthy source that the ultimate ob Jr-et cf Prlnco Hcnrj's visit to Wnsli li gtou Is to bring about nn agree ment by which Germany will be per pilttcd to maintain a large fleet in Car ibbean waters to serve for tho protec tion of German settlers and property lights Imperlle-d by frequent revolu tions In South American republics. In offlelnl correspondence the fleet of Herman worships assembled at La Guayra Is stlcd as that ot an Amerl can station. Washington, March C, No objection wnl be mnde by this Government to the maintenance by Germany of the fleet In American waters, but there would bo decided opposition to her ac quisition of n coaling and repair sta tion in the Western Hemisphere. NEW. OF BALDWIN F Copenhagen, March 3 Letters dnt eel from Franz Josef Land August IT have been received here from the Danes who accompanied the Ilatdwln Zelgler Arctic expedition The ves sels nrrlvvd nt Frnnz Joi-f Land, after trying experiences with nil on board well. Tho America Intended to winter at Fianz Josi'f Land nnd then proceed north until stopped by the lee. when tho party was to start toward the north pole. Ilaldwin hoped that the nmerlea would reach S3 degree north American Steamer Sinks Off Holyhead London, March . The American lino steamer Wacsland, Captain At felil, from Liverpool Marcn 5 for Phil adelphia, nnd tho Urltlsh steamship Ilarmonlde-s, Captain I'entln. from Pnrn February IS for Liverpool, met In collision tonight off Holyhead, Wnl"s The Waesland sank. The Harmonldes rescued all but two of the passengers and saved the en tire crew of tho Waesland. The Waes land carried thirty cabin and eighty two itcerage passengers The loss ot I ho Waesland was due to a dense fog wide li enveloped the Irish Channel e'lirlng the entire do) -iiousl. do ln lug all voisclx Will IT DELAY Washington, March o Hepubllcnn lenders In the Sennte have )lelde-d to the strong pressure behind the bill providing for the repeal of the war revenue tax, nnd have concluded to make a favorable- report on the ineas lire' without further delay Senator Aldrle h. chairman of the finance com' nilttee having the bill In charge. In lormed a few of his personal friends today that tho committee would prob' ably re-port the bill to the Senate next week. It was the original Intention of party leaders to hold the war tax re peal bark until the closing hours of the session and allow the proposed re duction in revenues to be InAttcnccd by the amount of expenditures by the present Congress, CourtMartial To Try Americans Mnnlln. March 0 - A eourt-mnrtlal has been ordered to try Major Little ton T Waller and Lieutenant John II. A Dny of the marine corps on March 17 in xt on the ehaige of executing na tives of the Island of Sumur without trial Some of the clre iimstancea In thu case aro peculiar!) atrocious. One native was tied to a tree and publicly shot In the thigh The next day thu man was shot In. the arms The third day ne was shot In the body, and the fourth day the native wus killed. Friends of the two officers attribute their actions to low of mind, duo to tne privations which they suffered In the Island of Samar. ' Pnlinccfote'H Successor. London, March 7. The Yorkshire Post today says It learns thnt tho Hon Alfred Lyttleton Is llkelv to succeed Lord Pnuncefotet ns Urltlsh Ambassa dor at Washington AN HOUR IN THE MORNING THE SAME HOUR EVERY MORNING or afternoon, given to dictation, will keep vour correspondence "cloani'd up." Tr) It a mouth. J. D. AVERY, Business Correspontlrnt Rcnularltvl Certainty' Despatch) Tel. Main 78. 9 6:45. Elite Dldg Tho Evening Bulletin 75 cents per month. ill TM REPEAL No doubt You havo paid for two or thrtee hornet during your llfstlm. Especially If you have been paying rent; and wa regret that you have nothing to show for the money spent In this manner. I We have now on tale lots In the beautiful Puupueo Tract whlsh contains tho finest suburban property In Honolulu. Thla tract commands a magnificent view of mountains and ocean, h macadamized streets, artesian water, and the electric car Una passes through the property. For any further Information regard ing prices, terms, etc., address ISLAND REALTY COMP'Y LIMITED. JUDD UUIL.OINQ. 204 Corporation Notices. LIST OF OFFICER8. Walanae Company, Limited. At the Adjourned Annual Meeting of the Walanae Company, Limited, held Match 12th. 1902. the following, officers were elected to serve for the ensuing year- Q. N. Wilcox . . President J. O. Carter .. .Vice President J. M. Dowsett .... Treasurer and Secretary H. Holmes ... . . Auditor Directors G. N. Wilcox, J. M. Dow sett, J. O. Carter. J M DOWSF.TT. Sccietary Walanae Co, Ltd. 2091-lw NOTICE. Intending steerage passengers from Honolulu for United States ports aro hereby Informed that until further no tice the undersigned will not book ap NOTICE. plicantB for passage by the steamers -for which they are agents, unless said Parties visiting Ihalna and the In passengers report nt their ofllco at and of Maul In general can secure suit least nine (9) das previous to thu nblo conveyances and careful drivers scheduled date of sailing. Further In- at tho PIONEER STADLES, Lahalna, formation may be had upon nppllca Hon at the offices ot WM. G. IHWIN & CO . LTD . 11. HACKFKLD & CO. 2079 tf J ANNUAL MEETING. j The regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the Inter Uland Steam Navigation Company, Limited, wilt bo held nt the office of tho company. Queen street, on Tuesday, March 18,1 l'.iOJ, at 10 oclock a ra. The stock books of the Company will bo closed to transfers from tho ISth to the ISth lusts. Inclusive. C. H. CLAPP. Secretary. Honolulu, March 4th, 1902. SOSC-lSt NOTICE. A special meeting of the stockhold ers of the Pioneer Mill Company, Llm Ited. will be held at the office ot H Hackfe-ld & Co, Ltd., Honolulu, on Tuesday, March IS. 1902. nt 2 o'clock p in , for the purpose of electing n treasmcr, and for such other business as ma come before said meeting. F KLAMP, 0D1t rjecretnrv NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that intend Ing passengers per S. 8. "Mlowera ' due to sjII for the Colonies on the 15th Inst., must apply for passage not later than the Cth Inst. TIIi:0. II. DA VIES & CO, LTD. Agents Canadian-Australian II. M. S. S. Line. 2084 2w CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd HONOLULU Commission Merchants :: Sugar Factors AOENTS FOR The Kwa Plantation Co. Tho Walalua Agricultural Co, Ltd. Tho Kohala Sugar Co. The Walmca Sugar Mill Co. The Fulton Iron Works, St. louls, Mo. Tho Standard Oil Co. The Qeo. F. Illako Stcnm Pumps. Weston's Centrifugals.! The New Hnglaud Life Insurance Co. of floston. Tho Aetna Flro Ins. Co. ot Hartford, Conn. The Alliance Assurance Co. ot London. C. Brewer & Co., Ltd. Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H. A.ffntN tor Hawaiian Agricultural Co.. Ookala Sugar Plant. Co, Onomea Sugar Co., I Ilonomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co. Makee Sugar Co .Haleakala Itaneh Co The Planters' Lino of San Franrlsco Packets, Chas. Drew or & Co.'s Line of uoston ...ciwt om(J C. M. Cooke, President; George Ilobertson, Manager; E F lllshop Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W F Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, 11 tta tcrnoiisoandGco.lt Carter Dlrectois Bruce Cartwriglit General Manager of THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY Of tho United States for the Hawaiian Islands. OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honotulj. KAAHUMANU 8TRET. Send the weekly edl Jon of the Dul letin to your friends. Only (1 a year THE AMOUNT PAID FOR RENT WOULD HAVE PAD FOR A HOME, AND A GOOD HOME TOO. j s Business Notices. I A CHANCE FOR THOSE DESIRINd A GOOD HOME8TEAD. -...... IT ... . FOR SA.LET At J6"0"0'" flSU. ?,1renola ""' Bl romu. near Walohlnii. Tho property consists of a substantially built and w ell furnish- en nousu wiin a guuu waie-r euppir: also cartsheds, servants' quarters, di vision fences for safe handling tf cat- tlo and 353 acres of land, It acres ot tho land adjoins houso and there is & privilege to sccuro 101 acres contig uous. Thcro Is on tho land fenced portions containing coffee, oravge and . other fruit trees in bearing, Alt th lands are alongside or near to tho Got- crnment road Nearly all the land hfu substantial stono fences. With tin I above go nil cattle, horses and pigs, wagons, etc., cle. For particulars ap ply to CHAS. MEINECKE, Walohlnu, Kau, Hawaii. 206S tf Island of Maul. Commercial men will be carefully i lOOKCd aiicr wiin suuaoic rigs- 2055 3m ALEXANDER & BALDWIN.Ltd OFFICERS I II. P. Itntdwln President J. II Castle First Vice President W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Pros. J. P. Cooko Treasurer W. O. Smith Secretary Geo. II. Carter Auditor Sugar Factors and Commission Agents AGKN'TS 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 LIFE and FIIIE' Insurance - Agents AOENTS FOK NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN SURANCE CO. OF BOSTON. AETNA FIRE IN3URANCE COM PANY OF HARTFORD. Professional Cards. DR. WM. G, ROGERS, 8URGEON AND SPECIALIST. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Exclusively IlEMOVLi) to now office, 1146 Ala kea Street, opp. Hawaiian Hotel. Hours, 9 to 12, 3 to 6:30, 7 to S; Sun days, 9 to ... Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair. Offices tlooms 208 209 Doston build ing. Fort 8trcct. Telephones Office, Main 38S; Rei Idencc, White 2861. Hours 11 a. m. to 1 p. ra.; JUS p. m.; 7 to 8 p.m.; Sundays, 12 to 2 p h. P. O. Pox 101. A. 0. WALL, D.D.S. 0. B. WALL, MS. DENTISTS. Lore Building, Fort BtreeL I Hour,, 9 to Telephone Main Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Blood Poison TrtMftMr Car4. Tt lu to lml4 (4 ' ftrMlf. If hit Ul kwrarj, l4Mf pui M4 till hf. him Ml .! ( ritk U lik, r Ttreat, MMlt, Cpt CUrt4 .vl Vlr MF Hri f Ito VJ;, Uftl gjtCwvwt fUUal Ml. H Cook Remedy Co. 101 M-Msh Tml.flWf. 111., Inprjrtf tvr. rap trl-wr! - lit It lay. 1 - t Tn t K' I t tvi-ik-ii&aSulAiA. -Ai !?,, Xm. 'fa&- lb.Au Mb. MSatitMM f : , .. . ". . "UK. al , v...,) fr?W r&$hilMtmiit'-i b. V.jjfci sr... .to,tj2mm