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WYE US A CALL
flic M of Hawaii
Tnoir,jorntl Under tho Laws in
Uic. wpuone 01 nawnu.
GWFI.CERS AND WIRECTOKS:
SURPLUS, UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94
Clias. M Cooke President
1'. 0. Jonos. Vice-President
C. H. Cooko..... Cashier
P. C. AthertoH .Assistant Cashier
Directors Henry Waterhousc,
Tom May, F. W. Mswfnrlanc, E. D.
Tcnny. J. A. McCamllffss.
Solicits the Account c-f Inrnis, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, and
will promptly and carefully attend to
.ill business connected with banking
entrusted to it. Sell and purchase
Foreign Exchange, Issuo Lexers of
Ordinary and Term Deposits re
ceived and Interest allowed in ac
cordance with rules and conditions
printed in pass books, copies of
which may bo had on application.
Judd Building, Fort St., Honolulu
SOLE A0ENT8 TOR
Kickapoo Indian SAQWA
" WORM KILLER
HEALY & BIGELOW.
Main office and permanent address
Cor. Uliapcl and Hamilton bt.
New Haven, Conn.
For sale by all
Lending Stores and DruggititB
mi... n n c n.
1 110(1 11. MIS IV UO
General A"V erchnndlae
For Nortlicrn Assurance Co.
Canadian Australian Steamship
Pacific Cycle t iff. Co,
fort Street, Honolulu
STERLING and IVER JOHNSON
DELERS IN All kind of sporting Goods
The "Norwood" like
the American citizen
is SOLID THROUGHOUT.
ft is made of
SATIN CALF in Lai
A?n's si7cs sell fro-
SHOE CO. Lfd.
Bead The MAUI NEWS.
FIRE CLAIMS COMMISSION.
In pursunneo of the requirements
of ACT IS of tho Legislature of the
Territory of Hawaii, being "An Act
to provide for the ascertainment and
payment of all claims which may be
mado by persons whoso proporty
Iwas destroyed by firo in the years A.
iD. 1893 and 100(1. under orders of
the Board of Health' public notice
is hereby given that tho Commission
provided for in said Act has been
duly organized, And claims for dam
ages may bo presented and tiled
with tho Commission, at the rooms
of the Chambor of Commerce, Camp
bell Block, corner of Fort and Mor
chant Streets, Honolulu, H. T., daily
on and after Monday, tho 27th day of
May, 1001, between hours the of t
o'clock A. M. and t o'clock P. M.
No claim for speculative or conso
qucntlal damage, or for loss of rent
or use of property, or loss of profits
through tho interruption of business,
not any losa oxcept for destruction
of or direct damage to property by
lire or removal, will be considered
by the Commission, nor any such
claim be considered at all UNLESS
PRESENTED TO AND FILED
WITH THE COMMISSION WITHIN
FOUR MONTHS from this date
provided for in said Act.
Claims will bo hoard in tho order
in which they are Hied, unless for
special reasons tho Commission shall
otherwise direct, but o claim shall
bo heard within three days after the
same is filed.
All claims shall be filed in duplicate
by the claimants or their assignees
and shall be verified by their oath
respectively, and if tho claimant be
deceased or a minor tho olalm shall
bo presented by his legal represen
Each claim shall contain an item
ized statement in the English oi
Hawaiian language of tho loss sus
tained, tho date of tho loss nnd how
it occurred, the nature of tho pro
perty lost and its situation at the
time of its loss, and if the loss con
slsts of destruction of or damago to
a building, the name of the owner of
the land whoreon it stood and tho
nature of the interest of theiclaimant
or his assignee in the building, and
in case of insurance, tho amount" for
which the property was insured, the
name of the insurer and how much
insurance was paid, thereon.
Blank form for-use of claimants
making up statement of losses will be
furnished upon application.
Due notice will bo given of the
time and place tho Commission will
be in session to hear and examine
proof of alleged losses.
P. W. MACFARLANE,
A, N. KEPOIKAI.
JOSEPH G. PRATT.
A. C. LOVEKIN
F. J. TESTA.
Dated Honolulu, May 24, 1901.
For,the guidance of claimants, the
following Rule, as adopted by the
Commission, is herewith published:'
In order to facilitate business
claimants are directed to present
claims for losses of merchandise.
gooas, wares anu stocks in trade in
an itemized fprm, describing tho kind
and value thereof upon a schedule to
be marked "Exhibit A," and all
claims for losses of personal belong
ings, jewelry, house furnishings and
other chattels upon a schedule to be
marked "Exhibit B," and for all
losses appertaining to buildings or of
fixtures upon a schedule to be mark
ed "Exhibit C."
Salvation Army Meetings'.
SATURDAY, JUNE 1.
Wailuku. Junior meetiug at 2 p.
m. Open-air at 7 p. m. and Indoor
meeting at 7.45 p. m.
Wailuku.- Biblo Class at 9 a, in.
Jail meeting at 10 a. m. Junior meet
in" at 3 n. m. Soldier's mnntinrr. nt
4 p. m. Open-air at 7 p. in. ahd In
door Meeting at 7.45 p. m.
Waiuec. Junior meeting at 1 p. m.
Kahulul, Junior meeting at 1 p. m.
Sprecklesville, Camp 1. Junior
meeting at 11 a. m.
Wailuku. Japanebo school at 7
Kahakuloa. Salvation meeting at
i p. m.
Hamakuauoko. Junior meetin" at
3 p. m.
Spreckesville. Camp 1. Salvation
meeting at 7 p. mi , .
Kahului. Meeting at 7 P. M."
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On tho lGtli instant, according to
opavts brought by tho stotwnshlp
Gaelic, tho Oregon sailed from Yoko
hama for Honolulu. A fast voyage
was not intonded by her commander,
who planned to bo in Honolulu about
The schooner Helen N. Kimball,
cleared from San Francisco on the
13th instant for Fanning Island via
Kahulul. It Is expected that George
B. Gregg, tho "king of Fanning
Island," will roturn to San Francisco
in tho sohoonor.
A soveu-masted schooner, said to
be tho largest over built, Is under
construction, at Franklin, French
man's Hav. Mo. It will bo 135 feet
long on tho kcol, with a beam of 54
feet and depth of 12 toot, The big
schooner will have a tannage of -4,000)
and is to cost SlBfJ.OOD.
Oakland, May 18, Shortly after
tho mighty Ohio slid from tho ways
at the Union Iron Works today a
similar event, of happy augury for
Oakland's future, tho launching of
the llrst homo-built vessel, took placo
at W. A. Boole & Son's shipyard, at
the foot of Adeline street. When
Miss Lilla Boolo broke a bottlo of
California champagno over the ves
sel's bow and pronounced the words,
l christen thee Laliama, she was
cheered from pier aud shore and
waiting steamers by thousands of
spectators, among whom were the
members of tho Oakland Board of
Trade,, tho Merchants' Exchange,
the City Couucil and other city offi
cials aud invited guests, including
many people prominent in Oakland
and San Francisco society.
Vessels in Poi't--KaliuItii
Am. Sp. Henry Failing, Matthews
from N. Y. Iron & Rails.
Am. Ship Emily F. Whitney, Brig-
mau from S. F. Gen'l Mdsc.
Am. Schr. Helen N. Kimball, Han
sen, from S, F.
Am. Schr. S. T. Alexander, Ipsen,
from S. F.
Is, Schr. Golden Gate, Macey,
S. S. Kaiulanl, Mitchell from Hon,
May 28th, Am. Schr. Helen N,
Kimball, Hansen, from S, F. Gen'l
May 30th, Am. Schr. S. T. Alex
ander Ipsen, from S. F. Gen'l Mdse
May 30th, Is. Sch. Golden Gate,
Macy, from Honolulu.
May 30th, S. S. Mokolii, Napala,
May 30th, S. S. Cbudine, Parker,
from Hana and Hawaii.
May 3lst, S. S. Kaiulanl, Mitchell,
from Honolulu, 2 boilers for H. C. Co
May 30th, Am. Ship Carleton,
Amesbury, forS. F. with 53,103 sks
May 30. S. S. Mokolii, Napala, for
May 30. S. S. Claudine, Parker, for
Honolulu Postoflice Time Table.
DATE NAME FROM
May 2 Doric S. F.
" 4 Mariposa. . . .San Francisco
" 4 Coptic Yokohama
' 8 Moana Colonies
" 10 Nippon Maru S. F.
" 11 Aorangi.... Victoria, B. C.
" 14 Sierra S. F.
" 14 Sonoma Colonies
" 14 America Maru. .Yokohama
,, 18 Peru.... San Francisco
" 21 City of Peking... Yokohama
" 25 Mariposa S. F.
" 28 Gaelic Yokohama
"28 Coptic S. F.
May 2 Doric Yokohama
" 4 Coptic , S. F.
" 8 Moana Victoria. B.C.
" 8 Mariposa San Francisco
" 10 Nippon Maru Yokohama
" 11 Aorangi.., Colonies
" 14 Sierra.'. Colonies
" 14 Sonoma S. F.
" 14 America Maru S. F.
" 18 Peru Yokohama
" 21 City of Peking S. F.
" 28 Gaelic S. F.
" 28 Coptic Yokohama
" 29 Mariposa S. F
Bailey's Honolulu Cyclery Co.;
$25, $40, $50
Cushion Frames, $60,
I9QQ Chainess $7S.QQ
' FULLY GUARNTEED
Tho Milwaukee. Patent Puncture Proof Tires. Solo Acencv
and only place whore the gutiranteo
ailey's Honolulu Cyclery, Ltd.
alley's, Hilo Cyclery
Forthe Morgan &. Arig:ht Hack Tires.
THE AUTHORITIES ON
THE BEST FOR
MOUTH AND TEETH
H. HACKFBLD & CO., Ltd.
SXE AGENTS FOR THE
ITwo Seated Wagons
lHarness - $15 & up per set!
Pacific Vehicle &
f. O. Box 760
BENOIT & G0NSALVE8
on those tires can bo lilled is ut;
MODERN SCIENCE HAVE $j '
HAWAIIAN TERRITORY. 1
$100 & upwards!
$95 to $100
$160 to $200
$175 to $2001
$35 to $75
Supply Co, LtcL
Honolulu, M, T.
FNrst Class' :
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