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title: 'The Maui news. (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, May 25, 1901, Image 4',
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OFFICKUS AM) MRKCTOjiB;
SURPLUS UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,504.94
Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. .limes Vice-President
If, Cooke Cushiei.
F, C, AlheHon. . . , Assistant. Cashier
Di reel ors 1 1 enry W'n tcrhouse,
T' in Jlny, F. W. Mncfurhuu', 1).
Tcnry. .1. A. McC'amllcss.
Solicits the AcMHit!ts of Firms, Cor
pori.liims, Trust.-., Individuals, and
will promptly and carefully intend to
ill hioiuess eonueelrd uil'h luniking
entrusted lo it. Sell and I'tirrlnse
Koirign Evcluiiige, Ihi'3 Let tore of
C)vdnavy 1P"( I ' l" ihmU re
el veil ami limicst allowed in nr-
f()(iWmii'o '.villi rules and conditions
printed in pns odoks. copies ol
ivhicii inuv ue liiuton application.
h;dd Muildin;.'. Fort St-JIonHulu
SiJ.K ACl .VIS lJl
SCic;.T.)oo Xnd.'jiii SAfiWA
" COUfill CURE
" VVOKM KILL Eli
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Lit.d!:.;'; tores i.nl Deuji.tjiiit
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Caadiu.i Aunl ralian SlcaniHiiip
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STESLINfi and IYER JOHNSON
the American citizen.-! .: 7
k'aSATIN CALF in!Lj
AWVr.Ie?: H ir.r
ON ARTH SSftV
FO THE MWW
HIHC CLAIM COMM5S8ION.
In inii'- nance of the' requirement r
of ACT IS of the Tj iHislature of the
erritorv of Hawaii, beiiitf "An Act
to pr.ividu for llio ascijrtainmi.iit and
painont of all claims which may bo
made by persons whoso property
was destroyed by lire in the years A.
). 1811!) (im HIOO, under orders of
thu Hoard of Health," public notice
is hereby jjlvon that the. Commission
provided for in said Act has been
duly ornnteed, and claims for dam
ijies may be presented and died
with the Commission, at the rooms
of the Chamber of Commerce, Camp
bell HlooW, corner of Fort and Mer
chant Streets, Honolulu, II. T., daily
on and after Monday, the 27th day of
May. 11101 , between hours the of
o'clock A, 11. and 4 o'clock P. M.
No claim for speculative or conse
quential damage, or for loss of rent
or ue of propurtv, or loss of prollts
through the interruption of business
not any loss except for destruction
of or direct damage to property by
lire or removal, will be considered
by the Commission, nor any such
htini be considered at all UNLESS
PRKSKNTED TO AND FILED
W ITU THE COMMISSION WITHIN
FOUR MONTHS from this date as
provided for in said Act.
Claims will be heard m the order
in which they are Hied, unless for
peeial reasons the Commission shall
otherwise direel, but no ;laun shall
by heard within three days after the
ime is tiled.
All claims f.hall be Tiled in duplicate
by the'elahnant or their assignees
and shall be verified by their oath
respectively, and if 11 .p claimant be
deceacd i' a minor Hie claim shall
be presented Ijy his leal represen
Each claim shall contain at item-
izi'd statement in Ihe English or
Hawaiian lanyuaj.'o of the loss sus
tains, the date of the loss and how
it occurred, the nature of the pro
perly lost and its .situation at the
time of its loss, and if the loss cou
sisU of destruction of or 'damage '.o
a hultdinj,', the name of tlieiowner iof
., . , .., !. .-V.V- il...
llio lailu wiicreou il siuim uiu iuu
i.al.ure of Hie interest of the claimant
ir his nsMgnee ia the building, and
m i:a?u of insurance, the amount for
which the property was insured,
the name of the insurer and how
much insurance was paid thereon.
IUauk forms for use of claimants
in making up statement of losses will
be furnished upon application..
Due notice will be given, of the
time and placo the Ce.umissiou will
be in sesswu, tto. hear and examine
hp too of alleged, lasses,
F. W...Mnefnrlano, CHAIRMAN
A. N. Kepoikah
j Joseph G, Prutt.
A. C. I.ovekin.
F. J. Testa.
Dated Honolulu, Hay 21, 11)01.
For the guidanc(of claimants, the
following Rule, as adopto:I"'ijy the
Commission, is herowitlipublished:
In order to facilitate business
claimants tiro directed to present
claims for losses of merchandise,.
CoUs, wares and slocks in trade in
an itemized form, describing the
kind and value thereof upon a sched
ule to be marked ''Exhibit A," and
all claims for losses of. pprsonal be
longings, jewelry, house furnishLigs
a..d other chattels upon a schedule
to be murked. "Exhibit B" and for
all losses appertaining to buildings
or of buildhigJixlures upon a sched
ule to be marked "Extibil C."
Salvation Army AlcetliiK.
Saturday, Hay 25, Band of Love
at 2 p., in. Open-air at 7. p. in. and
Indoor meeting at 7,15 p. in. .
Sunday 2ti. Bible Class at 11 a. m.
Jail meeting avlO a. in. Junior incut
iug at H p. in. Open-air at 7 p. m.
Indoor meeting at 7,45 p, in. .
Monday 27. Japanese schojl at
7, p. in.
Sunday 2JL', Junior meeting at-1.
Friday 111. Salvation meeting -at
7 p. in.
Sunday 2(i. Junior meeting at 1
p. m.. hi 'Native Church. . .
SPRECKLES,V1LLE, CAHP 1.
Suu.ay 2'j.'-Juuor rneetinjf, at 10
.i. m. ;
Thurday Su'vatioa meotfug tvt
7 U' :u. K
Tuttaduy. "2. -Juuior mcotinjx Vj
,o p,. m. ,
Wednesday 21). Salvation mooting
The S. S. Until ran on a pinnacle
rook oil the coast of llolokai and
e turned to Honolulu for repairs.
Ihe damage was slight.
It wU probably bo a fortnight be
fore the Uonry Fulling will be un
loaded nnd ready to leave. She will
go to San Francisco, but it is doubt
ful if she is lit to entry sugar.
At a meeting of the Executive
Council, Superintendent of Public
Works, J. H. Boyd reported that in
view of the, recommendations of the
Chamber of Commerce, ho ha.l decid
ed to restore Charley Peterson as
lookout at the Diamond Head Signal
Station. Tho suggestion was approv
ed by the other members and Peter
son will accordingly return to his old
post June 1. ,
On last Sunday afternoon the Alice
Kimball, Capt. llacoy, wont ashore
at Kahulul. Cnntain Macoy states
that tho Alice Kjmball was in tow of
the tug Leslie Haldwin, with a new
four iieh hawser. As sho rounded
tho stern of the S. S. Hawaiian, in
the face of a strong wind and a high
tide, tho strain parted the hawser.
Another hawser was taken on "board
the Leslie, but before tho second
hawser could bo secured, it broke
and the Alice Kimball found herself
hi the breakers.
Capt. llueoy let go anchor with 35
fathoms of chain, but the vessel was
pitching so that she snapped the
mehor chain. A smaller anchor was
then let go, but its chain also snap
ped, and Kimball drifted shoreward.
She was unloaded and drew but little
water, and the heavy swell lifted her
forward with but little damage.
She d'-ifted lo within a few feet of
the low water murk where she still
lies. On Tuesday morning the Clau
dine tried to pull ner ofT into deep
water, but tho tide was too low and
the attempt was abandoned. She
can probably be towed off at high
tide. No harm was done to her ex
cept to tear otT her shoes.
Am. Sp. Henry Patting, Matthews
from N. Y. Iron $ Rails.
Am. Ship. Eipily F. Whitney, Brig
man from S. F. Gen'llldse.
Alp. Ship Carlcton, Amesbury
Hay 21th. Am Shi) Carlcton, from
Honolulu, sugar ballast.
May 2n2d, Is. Sch. olden Gate.
llacy, from Honolulu.
May 22nd, S. S. Uokolii, Nupala
May 24th, S. S. Claudine,. Parker
May 22. S. S. Hawaiian, Banflcld
Hay 22. S. S. Mokolii, Napala,.f6i-
Hay 24. S. S.Claudinc, Parker, for
Hantv and Hawaii.
May 21. Is. Schr. Golden Gate
Macey, for Honolulu.
Honolulu Po8to?flce-T!mc Table
Hay 2 -Doric S. P,
-I Mariposa. . . .San Francisco
" 4 Coptic: Yokohama
' 8 Mdana Colonies
" 10'NipponlIaru S. I
'' 11 Aorungi, .. .Victoria, B. C
" 14 Sierra ,. S. I
" 14 Sonoitul , . . . ...Colonies
" 14 Amet-ica Haru. .Yokohama
,,'-18 Peru .San Francisco
21 City of Peking.. . Yokoham
"" 2i' Huriposa ,
" 28 Gaelic .. .
Hay 2! Doric-'. Yokoham;
" 4 -Coptic S. P,
" 8'Moana: .Victoria. B
" S'-Hariposa.. . .')5an Francisco
' lO'Nippo'ti Haru Yokoham
" ll'Aorailgl '.
" 14 Stirfr.
" 14 Sonoma
' 14' (mbrioaHaru,
,: 21 City of Peking
" .28 Gaelic-.:'......'
. . . Colonics
Bailey's Honolulu Cycler y Co,,
$25, $40, $50
Cushion Frames, 0
Tho Milwaukee Patent Puncture. Proof Tires. Solo Agency
ami only place whore tho guarantee
ailey?s Honolulu Cyclery, Ltd.'
For til Alorgan fe VUrllit Hack Tines.
The authorities" on modern science have
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BEI'OIT & G0NSALVfE8-
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Honolulu, M, T. i
Work & Materials
h.ia?.5L ail .1 1 3 sljos
p&2sh Jiv solfcit a shhi6f b! 1
hop with competent wo
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! Maui patronage. G!v,3 ixsMi
lvy a i'aj chance.
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