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OLA A SUGAR CO.
Delinquent : Notice
In accordance with the By-Laws and by
order of die Hoard of Directors of the
OlaaSujarCo., I am directed to offer for
sa'e at Public Auction, at the rooms of J.
p. Morgan, Auctioneer, the following de
linquent stock of the above mentioned
company on Saturday, nt 12 o'clock noon,
the jis diy of Mar.h, 1900, provided the
assessments with Interest .ire not paid on
or before said date at the office of Alexan
der & Baldwin, JuJd building.
C L Nam. Share.
3 Wood, J. Q. (trustee) loo
kj VuuJ, J. Q. (trustee) 100
10 Wood, J. Q. (trusteet ioo
n Wood, J. Q. (trustee) ioo
i Wood, J. Q. (trustee) too
at McTjReart, Jno 50
aC Judd, C. H .. 100
U Jacfier, C. J 50
o-aouinwiCK, i.s 100
ni' llolloway, J. IJ i?
207 'Vllcox, W. 1 50
217 Dixter. Mrs. S. 1 100
ajt Smith, A. H 500
258--: arley, J. K 25
2')7 ( joojacre, Geo 25
26S GooJacre Geo 25
970 Gnodjcre, Gto 25
320 tidings, V. S 3j I
341-Averdam, Capt 17'
3K7 Arendt, J. II 8
107 La Pierre, L. L 8
436 Giles, II. A 33
458-Hall, J. R 77
486 OldinR. E. E 31
489 Averdam, MUs Henny 8
139 Gardner, Win. A 17
57a-H.UI. J. It 57
57 Holt. Jas. 1 17
tfW-S.im Kai WIiir 8
fil4 Barnes, A 33
622 Wj'.erhouse, Geo 113
706 Cr.iss, F. J 67
70Q Gonsalves, At 33
712 'toJrlRue. J. P. 17
714 Taylor. H. T 50
717 Ait n, H. C 42
7ifm-rt'ch, O'to A 17
7x) thmbly. H. T 35
782 Howard, H. W 50
7oj n.tvu.u, 11. W 50
784 How rd, H. W 100
785 Howard, H. W 100
701 r mn eton, W. M 30
SjS-Wlthers, W. S 160
84c G.irvln, C. L 50
8S1 Austin, Mrs II. C 18
920 Austin, H. C 17
IJ33 Itiis. Je.in 50
05y Andrews, L. A 75
I 0O0 ItichardMin. A. W 50
n'n-Wi e, W..S 100
9 11 Olney, A. H . . . .r. 20
t75 Andiews, A. N 50
1114 flls,J 25
1169 Itay, J. E 100
1 170 Itav, J. E 100
1231 Wood, J. 0 3
I26 EdhiRS, W. S 25
1255 Llevre, Isldora 500
1260 Edmns, W. S 14
I235 EdinRS, W. S 17
J285 Itice, Miss Nellls 15
12Q2 Richardson, A. W 25
r329 Drake, W. F 1 50
133: D ake, W. F 100
. 1334 JJrake, W. F 35
335 Drake, W. F 50
133c teer, O.S 100
1341 aeyer, 1. 1 200
1342 Myr, H. It 50
1376 Aus In, D. L 17
1401- Drake, W.F 15
1402 Garvin C. L 10
1439 Judd, CH 25
i4&5Kahookano, J. K 8
J. B. CASTLE,
Honolulu, H. I., March 5, 1900.
Hack Stand No. 32
-. Is located at Cor. Hotel n"d Richards
streets. Best of seivlce an J no over
&. $riy Kri
Delinquent - Stack,
WEDXKSDAr, March Id.
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesrooms, 33 Queen street,
Honolulu, will sell nt Public Auction,
by order of tho Treasurer, Mr. J. F.
Humburg, trio following certificates of
stocit In tho I'alama Co-opcrntlvo Gro
cery Co., Ltd., unless tho first and sec
ond assessment, with interest thereon,
Is paid before tho day of sale:
No. No. of No. No. of
Ctf. Shares. Ctf. Shnrei.
67 1 89 2
71 2 90 2
72 1 91 1
74 I 01 I
75 2 94 2
76 2 95 4
77 1 90 2
78 2 07 1
8a 1 98 2
81 1 99 1
82 2 ico 1
83 1 101 2
84 1 102 1
8; 1 101 1
80 2 10G 1
Also the following Certificates of stock
in the same Company unless the seco d
assessment, with Interest the.eon, Is paid
belore th: day ot sale:
No. No. of Ni. No. of
Ctf. Shares. Ctf. Shares.
40 1 54 1
4t 1 55 1
42 1 5i 1
43 I 57 2
44 4 58 I
45 2 59 2
46 I Co 1
47 1 61 1
48 J 62 1
49 1 63 1
50 1 64 1
51 t 1 65 4
52 ' 1 66 1
JAS. F. MORtj.' J,
OLAA SUGAR CO., LTD.
The FIFTH AsseNSnicnt of 2'J Der cnl
or 50 cents per share, on the stock of the
above mentioned company, was due Jan
inrv is-t, 1900, and delinquent February
The SIXTH Assessment of s'i per cent
or 50 cents per share, tin the stock ot the
ab ive mentioned company, was due Feb
ruarv 1st, and will be delinquent on the
31st day of March, iqoo.
The SEVENTH Assessment of z)i per
cent or 50 cents per share, on the stock of
the above mentioned company, is due
TO DAY, MARCHjst, 1900.
All of the above are payable at the
offices of Alexander & Baldwin, Judd
JAS. B. CASTLE,
Treasurer Olaa Sugar Co.
Honolulu, March 1, 1990. id8-iw
KIHEI PLANTATION CO., LTD.
The nttenthn of Stockholders of the
above Company is called to the fact that
. the Filth Assessment was due on the 1st
day of January, 1900, and was delinquent
on February 28th, 1900.
The SIXTH ASSESSMENT of 10 per
cent, or f 5 per share, on the above men
tioned stock, Is due on the tst day of
March, 1900, and payable at the office of
Alexander & Baldwin, Judd building.
J. P. COOKE,
Treas. Kind Plantation Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, March 1, 1900, 1469MW
WANT ll-A neatly In nnhf J COTTA .L ot I ,uf
nr five tonmv on Waik'kl HJ nl 'oil ril
Po.tc Ion 10 be taken March oth AJJre J.,
.1 otlice "
WANIII) TO KI.NT lKo.'mit"rll..ukrlnir
twit m m nulci Iron l. O AdJre J
Care- llullftln uffice. 1411-it
ANTED-riVU MESStNObH HOYS al once.
Ametkan MesMneer Strvlce. Motel anJ Aia-
kea itreeU. tug
ANTLD-N. P. UUKOLSS dues all klnJ ol
tmall trpilrlnp. Lawn Mnvrerft ani (latdin
IIdm. are tneclalilei. Lawn Mowers will he fall-
eJ fur. by rlnlng up tto. Alio a few (or rent
lvn.acoia street mo-'
WANTbD Men to know that they (an ret in ived
hv a white barber lor it cents at H. Jbl FS.
610M Fort street, crp Club Stables ito)-H
PR RENT 1 HOUSE on Klnau stieet. at resenl
occupied by Mr. McClanahan. , ..
,4To-tl O. JL DOARDMAN.
TO RENT-Laree, well lurnlshed FRONT ROOM
Mnsault'i rrnnl with b ,ard. suitable lor couple.
Apply M,s Hammer, its Hotel slreet. u63.iw
TO LET A few ROOMS, single and en suite are
at present vacant at the Queen Hotel, Nuuanu
street, at reasonable tent. 1467.1m
TO LET The residence nl John Ena at Walklkl,
lurnlshtd or unfurnished. Large yard and
house, barn and stables. To lei as a whole or In
part Tor further particulars, applv to JOHN ENA
at I I S N. Co.'. office, Qjeen street. 1464-tf
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE, Fori St. Dest
I rooms and attendance In city. iju
COR SALE TWO COTTAOLS on Young St.,
opposite L. H. Dee. Esa. Inaulreof (I. E.
COR SALE $icoo. LOT In best portion ol Kallhl
sire 80x150. Applv to
No. ito Tort street.
COR SALE-Cholce POTTED PUNTS for sale
r next door to Mr. J. II. Bnvd's Walklkl Road.
HOR SALE J950. LOT at Kallhl on main street,
1 sliessxtso Apply to
No. 1 o Fort street,
FOR SALE $1400. Lease of Collage centrally.
90 vears to run. Ground rent f is per month.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGF.
I44 no iio ion siren.
PR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY. By J. M.ViVAS. nSa
THE ORPHEUM CAFE
Only White Help Employed
The Best Meal
The Best Service
In the City
:: At Popular Prices ::
ItfiVAiEALS AT ALL HOURS: A la
carte or Table D'Hote.
' Tfe Oyerland Route"
Is Thirteen Hours Quicker Than via
Any Other Route.
The Overland Limited"
Runs Everyday In the Year Buffet,
Smoking and Library Cars with
II rher ah p and Pleasant Reading
Din ng Cirs (Meals a-lacarte)
uravv lug Room I'alace bleerers etc.
No Change of Cars.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, Genr.il Ag'nt,
1 ftontgoniery St., San Franclbco.
J. H. LOTHROP7Gfner.il Agent,
35 Ihlrd stieet, Portland, Oregon.
E. L. LOMAX. G. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
Tlilcf Gets One Yenr.
There nro about 0110 thousand peo
ple sheltered now nt tho Kallhl deten
tion camp. Hundreds lenvo in tho
morning only to return nt evening.
John Kldwcll intends to concludo his
long wait for transportation to Aus
tralia by going round. Ho Is booked
for tho next trip of tho steamer Aus
tralia, intending to tako passago from
San Francisco for Australia either di
rect or by way of China and India.
Mr. Kldwcll wants to visit tho far East
as well as South, also England, and
be homo again beforo Now Year's.
Afrikander Bund IntrljJ'ic.
London, eb. 27. Tho Brussels
correspondent of tho Daily Mall sayB :
"As n result of special Inquiries in Boor
circles hero, I am ablo to corroborato
fully tho reported danger from Intri
gues of tho Afrikander Bund and tho
coming Congress. Unless tho ends of
tho Bund aro otherwlso attained, It will
fan the flamo of rebellion throughout
Wcntlicr Ilurcau, I'uimhoit, March C.
Tcmpcriituro Morning minimum,
GTi; Midday maximum, 79.
Unromntcr nt 9 n m, 29.93, Falling.
How Point 65F.
Humidity nt 9 n. in. G7 per cent.
Dlnmond Head Slgunl Station, March
C Weather cloudy; wind light BW.
Mondny, March G.
Iirie W. O. Irwin,, Williams, from
0. ft O. S. S. Coptic, nimler, from
Tuesday, March (3.
0. & O. 8. S. Oaellc, Finch, from Yo
Monday, March 5.
I law. bk. Matina Ala, Smith, for
Stmr. J. A. Cnminlns, Scarlc, for
Tuesday, March C.
0. &. 0. S. 8. Gaelic, Finch, for San
Am. bg. Harriot G Wayland, for
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr. Mlknhnla, I'cderson, for La
halna, Maalnea, Konn find Knu nt
3 p. m.
Cronje Was Stubborn.
London, Feb. 21, 4:15 n. m. Mr. Bal
four announced In the House ot Com
mons at half-past 12 this morning that
no further news regarding General
Cronje had been tcrvived by tho Gov
ernment. Ho hnd sent to tho War Office during
tho hour, and ho asserted that nothing
hnd como to hand theic. General
Cronje, theicforo, Is presumably un
beaten. No other construction Is plac
ed upon tho three las' bIIoiko of Lord
Yet no ono dees how It Is humanly
possible, Judging from tho descriptions
of his situation Wednesday morning,
for him to resist so long. Groat Brlt
nlu docs not withhold admiration for
tho valor of a losing light ngntnst such
"Englishmen feel something like
prldo In Cronjo, oven as a foo," says the
Dally News. "In n position covering
only a squnro mile, hemmed In on nil
sides, circled with n chnln of fire from
rifle, Maxim and Howltzor, played on
by deadly lyddite, bursting In its own
sickly green light, his hastily built
trenches enfiladed by a stream ot lead,
sweeping from tho river from tho north
bank, General Cronjo still elects to
tight. It Is n magnificent courage."
General Cronjo's wifo Is described by
tho prisoners as urging him to surren
der in order to savo tho lives of his
men, but he would not.
Hay Treaty Must Pi? 88.
Washington, Feb. 20. As there have
been many rumors about tho attitude
of the Administration in regard to tho
Huy-Paunccfoto convention, it may bo
stated na tho result ot careful inquiry
thnt the President and Cabinet nre un
animous in its support; thut they nil
consider its provisions tho best that
could hnvo been obtained and tho best
now obtainable; that, consequently,
they all dcslro Us early ratification;
that there Is no Intention of withdraw
ing, and no belief that It can be amend
ed to any great oxtcnt without destroy
ing all hope of Its ratification.
Furthermore, it hns beon the opinion
of Secretaries Olney, Day and Hay, In
which they say they havo tho support
of the best international lawyers of the
country, that tho Chiyton-Bulwer
treaty Is in full force and effect, and
that it cannot lcgnlly bo got rid of
tvecept by mutual consent. If tho
treaty now before the Senate ls ro
Jected, in tho opinion ot tho Adminis
tration no legislation can be hatl for
tho building of an Isthmian canal ex
cept through tho repudiation ot the
Ci'onjo Gained Time.
London, Feb. 27, 4:20 A. M. Tho
Boers nro assembling nn army near
Blocmfontcln, with which to dlsputo
tho Invasion of Lord Roborts. This
IntflllgciK'o conies from Pretoria by
wny to Lourcnzo Mnrquoz. Tho com
mandoes aro described as "hastening
from all quarters of tho two republics."
No cstlmnto is mado ot their num
bers, but tho withdrawal of tho Boers
from most of tho places whore they
have been In contact with tho British
except tho district near Ladysmlth
may inlso tho resisting force- to 30,000
men. This llguro assumes that tho
Boers havo between 00,000 nnd 70.000
men In tho fleld. Tho gathering of
this army across tho path of Lord
Roberts gives significance to Geucral
CibnJo'a steadfast defence. Uo has en
gaged the corps of Lord Roberts for
ten days now, nnd whether ho ls rollov
pd or not, ho hns given tlmo for tho
dispersed Doer fnctlons to get together
nnd prepnro positions to receive tho
British ndvnnco when Cronjo is over
come nnd Lord Roberts moves forward.
Cyclomcro ParK has been subdivided
I Into lots which aro now offered for
salo. Tncso lots are particularly suit
ablo for manufacturing sites, storage
warehouses and residence purposes,
parties Becking locations conveniently
I near to the business portion of tho city
I will find this a most desirable proper
ty. For terms and particulars, apply
at the omce ot liruce, waring & Co.,
Jns. Qtilnn gallantly stopped a run
away at King and Fort streets this af
ternoon. A white horso ran off with a
I hack, near Alakca street, and careered
' tin KIni? ntrfwL Mr. Oulnn nnrl .Tno
Brown rushed out from 290 hack stand
oOlce, but couldn't stop tho horse from
tho front. Tho threo men ran after iho
hack and, nt tho point stated, Mr.
Qulnn sprang Into tho sent, grpoped
the dangling reins and brought tho ani
-83 Queen Street
' ANTONIO PIRRI,
The Modern Samscn.
The Full Strength of the Company In the
fy Samanthy'e Birthday
THIS SPACE RESERVED The Coon's Frolic
JAS. F. MORGAN. Songs, Choruses, Cake Walks, Dances."
Razor Fights, Chicken Feathers and
I have authorized MR. GEORGE
Pacific Import Co.
Ladies', Misses' and
Childrens' . .
10 pep cent, discount on all CASH
PURCHASES in that depart
ment. For 10 days only.
REMNANT . SALE
in all departments.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO
S. FURIir.U. Mansurpr.
1 .l .. .pw... ...M..MgW..
WEEK OF MARCH 5.
Complete Change of Program,
Thres Nights Only
And Her Animated Song Sheet.
In a New and Original Sketch.
HAYSELDEN to act as Agent to solicit
and collect for subscriptions and adver
tisements for the "Maul News" on the
Island of Oahu, hereby revoking alt au
thority heretofore granted to any person
or persons to solicit or collect for the same.
G. B. ROBERTSON.
Walluku, Maul, Feb. 19, 1900.
There, will be a meeting of tho stock
holders of tho Hawaiian Dry Goods As
sociation at tho Btorc, No. 420 Fort
street, on Saturday, March 10th at 3
o'clock sharp to discuss some Import
By order of tho Board of Directors, .
EDWARD II. HANAPI,
T. B. Clapham, Veterinary Surgeon and
Dentisr. Office, King Street Stable;
Telephone 1083. Calls, day or. nlRffv
promptly answered; specialties, obstetrlK
and lameness. 1464-Xf
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