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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER e, 1900.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The Fine Passenger Steamers of This Line Will Arrive at anc
leave This Fort as Hereunder.
From San Franolsco:
MOANA . .
. Ocl to I
. Oct ul
SIERRA Ocl Jl
in oonneotion with the sailing of the above steamers, the Agents
are prepared to issue, to intending passengers, oonpon through
tickets by any railroad from San Franoisco, to all points in the
United States, and from New York by any steamship line to all
For further particular! apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co,
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co, 0 loyo Kisen Kalsba
.... f tMBtri el tb iboTt coapaolM will call at Honolulu apd laavt (bit perl oa or boot (be
..fate ttlow atntlofitt 1
For Japan and China:
China $tr !
Doric Strt aa
Nippon Mara Stpt 19
For etnaral lororna'lon apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents.
Cawlan-Australian Royal Hail Steamship Company.
JsVatiamtfa ef the abovt Mot fuooler la cteoKtloo with the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO
Hlwtta VanceuYir, B C , and Svdoty. N.S. W .
in DIE AT llONO-LfL
on cr about tie
IROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, B. C ,
,,,. ...... 1 Wanlmoo Spt t
I Mlowcra Oct ?
,,, I Aoringl Nov 14
.,,,. ,. I Wirrlmoo ...... Dec ft
4sTTbreof h tickets Ittued trom HoboIcIo to Canada, L'olttdl Statta and Estop
raaaac ana an gaotrai loionniuon, irpiy 10
Thco. H.DavIe8&Co.,Ltd., Gcn'l Agents,
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK, SAN FRANCISCO AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
8. 8. "AMERICAN" will leave New York for San Francisco and Portland
en route to Honolulu about October loth. Chartered 8. 8. " HYADE8" will
leave New York for San Francisco on September ist.
Freight received at Company's new wharf, 42d Street, South Brooklyn, at all
times by lighters r In cars. For general Information, apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Wilier Steamshio Co,, Ltd.
8. 6. Klnau,
MOLOKAI, MAUI, HAWAII.
Will sail from Honolulu on
Tuesda)s at 12 noon, for Kau
akakal, Lahalna, Maalaea Bay, KIbel,
rlakcna, Kawalhae, Mahukona, Lau
yanoehoe and Htlo. '
Returning will sail from Illlo on
FrldaiB at 10 a. m , tor above named I
ports, arriving In Honolulu on Satur
days. Passengers and freight will be taken
for Makena, Mahukona, Kawalhae, HI
to, Hakalau, Honomu, Fapaikou and
Passengera and PACKAOES ONLY
will be taken for Kaunakakal, Labalco,
Maalaea Bay, Klhel and Laupatothoe
6. 8. Claudlne.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 p. m. touching at Lahalna, Ka
hulul, Nabtku, Hana, Hatnoa and Kl
ahulu, Maul. Returning, touches at
aboro named ports, arriving In Hono
lulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu. Kaupo, occe each
6. 8. Lehua,
MOLOKAI, MAUI, LANAI.
Balls every Monday for Kaunakakal,
Kamalo, Maunalel, Kalaupapa, Lahal
aa, Honolua, Olowalu. Returning ar
rives at Honolulu Saturday mornings.
This company reserves the right to
snake changes In the time of dejarture
and arrival ot Ha steamers WITHOUT
NOTICE, and It will not be responsible
for any consequences arising there
from. Conhlgnces must be at tbe landing
to receive their freight This com
pany will not bold Itself responsible
for freight after It has been landed.
Live stock received only at owner's
This company will not be responsible
lor money or valuables of passengers
nlesa placed In the care of tbe pur
ser. Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. These fall
ing to do so will be subject to an ad
alUonal charge ot twenty-five per cent.
The company will not be liable for
loss of, nor injury to, nor delay In de
livery of baggage or personal effects ot
passengers, or freight ot shippers, be
yond tbe amount ot $100, unless the
value of the same be declared when re
ceived by the Company, and an extra
charge be made therefor.
All employes of the company are for
bidden to receive freight without de
livering a shipment receipt tbrrefor In
the form prescribed by the Company,
and which may be seen by shippers
npon application to the pursers of the
Shippers are noticed that it freight
Is shipped without such receplt It will
be solely at tbe risk of the shipper.
C. L. WIGHT. President.
8. B. ROSE, Secretary.
CAPT. T. K. CLARKE. Port Supt.
112 Hotkl Street .
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TIVE HATS. HULA SKIRTS, NIIHAU
maarra VATja airvr f a cnurta v.
HOMEMADE POI, constantly on 'hand! f
Telephone 761. f tmM
For San Fr&uuisco.
For San Francisco:
Mrpon Maru pt j
Rlod Janeiro Stpt i
Coptic Sept ti
tod calling at Victoria. D. C, Honolulu ! Brlifcini
datta balow ttattd vli 1
For Victoria aad Vaacouvtr (B C)
miowcra api to
AoranKl Oct 14
Win I moo ..... .Nov.it
M lower Dec. 14
For Fralcfat aod
THREE TRAINS DftiLY
From San Francisco.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
From Portland . . .
Leave San Francisco: 8 oo A. M., io oo
A. .M Coop At.
Leave Portland: o i f A. M., 9 00 P. M.
through without Change.
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
: Pullman Palace Sleepers Buffet,
Smoking and Library Cars with
B.rber Shop and Pleasant Reading
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, Genral Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
1472 , Omaha, Nebraska
O. R. & L. Oo.
From and After January 1, 1819.
Honolula ..... vie
Paatl City..,, Jo)
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Paul City . i,
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F. C, Smith, Oen'l
O. V. DKNimit. Haperlntondent.
THE HAWAII HERALD.
PUBLISHED IN HlLO.
Is a pretty
good paper for
$2.50 per an-
Advert Is 01
who use Its c
HAWAII SHIMPO SHA
The Pioneer Japanc Printing office,
The Publisher of "HAWAII SHIMPO,"
tha only Jally Jaran.it paptr putll.lr.1
In tha Territory c! Kauall . . . .
Y. SOGA. Editor.
C. SHIO.AWA, Proprietor
tSf- Editorial and Printing Office, near
King brlJge, King street. P O. Box 907.
Flne Jol) Printing at
vim 1 nmk
30,000 GRAND ARMY
BOYS IN MARCHING ARRAY
Pathetic Scenes Demonstrate the Rav
ages of Time Among the Na
for the Brave.
CHICAGO, Aug. 2S. For four hours
and a half toda) the thinning ranks
of the Grand Army of the Republic
passed in review before their leade'S
nnil beforo a million spectators, packed
in almost solid masses along the four
miles of the line of parade. It marked
the climax of the thirty-fourth annual
encampment and was, according to
Commander-ln-Chlcf Shan, the great
est parade since the da) In Washing
ton, when the hundreds of thousands
of etcrans, nt that time the most pow
erful army on carfi, marched In re len
to their final dlsbandiucnt.
Probably 30,000 members of the army
of eterans took part in toda's pa
rade, l'or oxactly four hours and
twenty minutes, most of the time with
ranks almost perfectly aligned, but
occasionally faltering under the bur
den of )cars, they (lied past the re
viewing stand on Michigan aenne, si
luting, ns they marched by, General
Nelson A. Miles, Commander-ln-Chlcf
Shan, General Dan E. Sickles and tho
Spanish minister, tho Duke of Arcos.
They marched through an a.enue of
fame In which the portraits of their
great commanders, ot Grant and Sher
man and Sheridan and Logan and
many others looked down upon them
to glc them Inspiration. They heard
the shouts of a million of their fellow
countrymen, gathered to see them and
to rejoice with them. Thej were led
through the beautiful court of honoi,
erected for their excltishe use. Then,
with tributes all paid to them, their
parade melted away and the .etcrans
mingled once more with tho crowds
of civilians and sightsccis.
rerhaps never ugaln will the veteran
soldier ot the civil war march as ttwv
marched todaj through Chicago. Cn
talnl) never again will they parade In
such numbers nnd with such spirit.
Weather conditions were almost
Ideal for the parade. The rajs of the
sun were veiled by light, Heccj clouds
nearly all daj, and even when unob
sciircd their effect was great! lessened
uy a cool bricze which blew steadily
off Lake Michigan. 1 he line ot march,
too, wus much shorter than ever bcfoic
mapped out for thcmnnual parade, but
uoivvitnslanuing here and there a vet
eran, exhausted, dropped out of the
ranks. Especially was this true after
the reviewing stand was passed, and
man) pathetic Bcenes were witnessed
down tho long stretch of Michigan
avenue as the veterans fell by he
The one especially sad Incident oc
curring to mar In n degree the glory
of the parade was when Charles Deck
with of Algonza, Mich, dropped dead
ns tho lino was Illlnc lust the corner
of Michigan nvemic and Madison street.
The parade was halted for a moment
anil the bodj of the veteran who had
responded to his last cull was tcnderl
removed and his comrades passed on.
Twelvo heralds In costume, each
bearing n long trumpet, came down t'.iu
avenue announcing In mellow toncu
the appioich of the pageant of patriot
ism which followed close behind them
I'lftj inemLcrs of Columbia Host of
Chicago, wearing liandsunie uniforms
of dark green, formed u hollow wiuaie,
111 me center 01 winch were borne llftv
battle Hags which had been curried bj
New York icglmcnts during the w 11
The spectude of tho worn mid tattered
Hags was greeted at times with 11 dtcn
silence moie expiesslvo than iipplause
could ever be. Whether the crowd
cheered or kept silence. It showed dep
icciiiig, ami 110m ciul to end or the
pnrudo nil hats wcio off ns tho llaus
Cheer after cheer went tin as General
Daniel E. Sickles, uccomnanlcd bj ills
aides, rode past tho reviewing stand.
All along tho lino ot march tho gen
eral had been given a most nattering
greeting, but tho warmth of the recep
tion mat met mm us nc unnroaclicd tho
stand where Commander Shaw was
waiting to receive his salute caused
him to llnali with pleasure, and to bow
his acknowledgments again mid ugaln
Wisconsin wus given the rlc it of
line nnd us her column came turning
around tho cornel ff Jackson boule
vard Into the broad jweep of Michigan
avenue and with binds plajlug and
colois Hying, the Ami) of the Repub
lic cumo mirehlng down, tho people
seemed to rculUu that here ut lust dime
tho true pageant of patriotism. Ihe
old, warn out fluttering Hugs that hud
gone before wcio nothing In them-
silvcb, but us repicscntntlvis of Ihe
power that gavo them the glory tint
they wore they wcio everything.
Marching behind them under colors
ficshcr and brighter, ns their own fume
must ever glow with tho advancing
yenrs, camo the units of that power.
No matter what might come In the
future, the men before them had made
the past a glory that mny mellow out
never grow dim, and tho crowd, seem
ing to catch these things 'In n breath
as rank utter rank tho old soldiers
wheeled Into the nvenue, went wild
with enthusiasm. They cheered, wavd
their hats and cheered again until they
could cheer no more. Then the) stood
as they had stood for the battered llas,
with bared heads, as tho veterans with
steps more halting than ot old, but
with hearts as high as ever, passed on
to make tho parade, of 1900 what they
had mndo many another march a
credit to themselves and an honor to
The Ilrst cheers from the reviewing
stand were given to the famous oil
wnr eagle of the Wisconsin tri-uns.
Old Abo," the stuffed flgmo of whlc'i.
borno aloft by u brawny buckskin
dicsscd vcteian was heartily grcet'd
b) the crowds and saluted b) General
Miles nnd others In tha boxts, 'the
post escorting 'Old Abe" wus closi v
followed b) Lucius r.ilrehlld pint,
whieli startled the crowds bv Btopplng
In front ot Gcncial Miles nnd Com
mander Slinw nnil giving the fumllhr
Hnli' Hah!" of tho Unlvcrslt) of Wis
consin, It wus somuwhut cinrked and
feeble, but It showed the iinillmmed
splilt that made tho lion llrlgado fam
ous and it started tho craw, to diet
few moments later George (1.
Meade post No. I of Philadelphia tlld
by. Borno aloft by twent)-four silver
haired veterans were as many battle
flags, tattered and torn, and close be
hind them ten equally ragged corps
flags Ever) where the rngred bannsis
were greeted with cheers They were
.... n.uiv.1, mm Liiscio mrj wen-1
follow d b) Philip Sclui)ler post with.
dull! hnftfn flnca. rctinrm a liItat nf !
..--. -. . ....3..( ...,W1J. uu..v. ut
PennSVrVAm.1 Willi thrn flntra antt
Penns)hanl.i with three nags, and
L)ttle post No. 12S of Alleghen) CIt)
with three battle flags.
New York was rich with these em
blems. O Rourke post No 1 of Roches
ter, N. Y., the veterans all in unlfo-m
and carrying rifles, held aloft tvwi civil
war banners. Captain post No. 2 of
Buffalo, headed by the old Continental
urum anil tingle corps, carried twent)
three battle flags and one culdon. s.11
of them In ribbons. The Thirtieth In
fantry of Rochester, N. A, the regi
ment that met with such henv) losss
at Malvern Hill, boro unfurled th-lr
flag. It was ragged and faded almost
10 wnue, out it nail the names of maty
hard-fought battles Inscribed thereon
and tha rrnuila prootn.l I, ..1,1. ,.....,
One of ;he most striking features
of the parade was the appearance elf
the Iowa veterans, thousinds In num
ber, nnd headed by the Ancient Order
of United Workmen band of Cedar
Palls Speaker Henderson received mi
ovation from them. He was recognized
as the veterans from the Huwke)e
state reached the stand and the band,
stopping In front of his box, ccised
their pla)lngnnd raised their voices In
n song, "From Iowa."
The flag of the Thirteenth Indiana
Infantr), under which General Law ton
first served during the civil war. wis
carried by an Indiana post and wis
warmly greeted, ns una nlan n... fi-i
of the Twent) -first Illinois Infantry,
ot rather the bare remnants of It. This
was General Grant's old regiment and
the flnC Wafl ClVPn nil ninflnn nit alnnir
Picturesque features -flero supplied
by the Louisiana veterans, who car
ried pieces of sugar cane topped with
Crcat btinc-llPfl nt rntlnn? lit tha i.tn,.
nns of North Dikota earning small
sheaves nf vilipnt. Ititn uMnli una .in.if
n small flag, and by the South Dakota
posts, enen man canning an enormous
ear of corn mounted on a staff.
bam of mm
IS NOW THE FEATURE
OF THE CHINESE SITUATION
aUuuKing ior nenaoie uninese feace
wjHimissioiifcT rnissia insists
That Its Action Is In
WASHINGTON. An. -...m,
communications came to Washington
from the United States offlclals In Chi-
n .n.i.. !... . . ....
u luuuy, uut ueing unuuteu in most ""M .....-....1.0 ui uuuuiciib iruu
eases, the government wns by no mentis bles. Klcknpoo Indian Worm Killer
entlollrxl ..Id, (1... .int.. . .!. n.......... ..Ill .1.. I. t. . , ..
nlcntlons, and the cabinet meeting gavo
the larger pait of Its attention to the
problem of lectlfjlng this state of af
fairs. Evidences of interference with
tilt, inpssnupH llnlo iirriinintntod In t
..u..., ...... ... .i,ii u. in,.- Luuiiiiu-
point where the government has detcr-
nuncii to take steps to establish tables
of its own, even If It Is ncccssiry 'o
emnlov a ratlinr pxnpnalin itotlp.. ,.r
a man-of-war pl)lng between Shanghai
nun uneioo tor tnis purpose. Mean
while wonl comes tint rapid progress
Is being made with the shore cable
which Is to connect these points, and It
Is believed that within n week theso
means of communication will be open.
Several iiicssni;ph uprp rppplin,! rm
General Chaffee toda), and while they
cast no light on tho general situation
the) were tnferentlallv-Imimrtniit. nh.
general's statement that he needs no
sipge unticr), tahen In connection with
the diversion of the First cavalry,
which was bound from Tnku to .Manila,
seems to make clear that there Is no
Intention of entering Into a prolonged
campaign In China, ns would Involve
tho use of heavy artillery or of ro
enforeements In the shape of men ind
Hut It appears that the battlo of o
ilnv fa mil nf illnlnmo... mil.,.. n.nn
one of arms, and notwithstanding the
various rumors that have filtered
itit from Chinese sources of heavy en
gagements between the International
lorces nun tno iioxers, the ofllcluls
hero lire satisfied Hint nn r,inni,iiii,tn
organized resistance would be offcied
ii) tno uiiinesp if tho demands of .he
powers arc limited to the principle"
laid down b) tho United Stalls
Ihercfoic. mon Intpitai nttn.ii.,i i,.
a set lea ot dlplnnintlt talis upon Act
ing secretniy AUee this afternoon than
mi) repoit of purely mllltari onera-
tlous In China. First intno Dm .Tim.in.
esc minister, Tuknhlru, next the Rus
sian chmge, Wollnnt, and finally Thle
baut, the French charge. These diplo
mats nuiuraii) tire uverse to letting the
public know thn ilpvplnnmpntu i.f In.
complete negotiations. Nevertheless It
was gathered that one of tho principal
luiJics iu discussion wns me propriety
of ncccptlng LI Hung Chang as n
proper person with whom the powers
might negotiate for a setileini.nt in
China. It Is qulto evident from the
conferences held this afternoon that
tho statement made enrly In the week
to the effect that this matter Is still an
open Issue wns correct. Otherwise it
WOtllll not hnvn bppll mrPRHnn fni- ll,n
officials to enter Into a laborious com
parison of the credentials supplied by
Li Hung Chang to the various powers
i.i tiling unnng to the various powers
of Europo ns well as Japan and tho
The stntnmpnt l ,! M ,.. t.a.
lnn i: ,""... .:
7i .ii I, "i.i.iih
deal with LI of course upon properly
- ....... Haa una U'VIIIO KM
ue iiorno out by tne earnestness with
Which Mr. Wnltnnt. thn Ttitaalnn hnirrn
Is seeking to Impress upon the stato
depaitment tho entire agieement be
tween Russia and the United Stntcs as
to China. At least he Insists that Itus
sh wishes to prevent tho dismember
ment of China, and also that her mil-
mtltlntr tmrnnsn nnn ta llw. riainrdnn
of ordct and thu safeguarding of tho
niiiire unucr tneso llmltntloiiB It Is
ill gill heio that Russia's obtects enn ho
achieved ns well us those ot tho United
Stales b) dealing with LI Hung Chang.
Bonage so far oflldall) accredited as a
---..-r, ..... .. . -
. ., v ' .
Acting Secretary Adee found suf-
flplpnt nintfpr nf Intorndl In flinaa II,...
calls to repair to the White House late
In tho afternoon to confer with the
President. It Is quite certain that our
government Is willing and anxious to
do all It can to bring nbout n speedy
settlement of the Chinese difficulty
mm ii retirement 01 me lorces litit it
Is determined that no proper advantage
I. ,. ,., In tt.n..nl. n.l - ,-i. -.-.
nnd n retirement of the force But It
( is iw ur lus. liiiuiiHIl 1111a WISH, ilUCl
I Mm trm nrti.ian ..111 ..... l. ......
tho government will not be coerced
uy lurcign runiuinnuons or threats ot
c-ombln-ttlons against our Interests.
One of the ofUclall of the govern
ment today stnfcd that the "l'nltd
States Is not going to turn tnll and run
would be resented ns quickly ns If wo
had 100,000 men on Chinese soli, and
the United Stntcs government Is will
ing to try the case as to whether one
because some of tho powers show a dis
position to break a compact under
which we became allies In China. The
powers accepted the note of Secretary
Hay of July 3d as a basts for Joint
action and they will bo held to that
agreement. The question of actual
force In China is secondnr) one regi
ment of United States troop. Is is
good as 100,000 men to establish n
principle. An indlgnlt) offered to them
thing could be said on Jul) 3d nnil ac-
cepien oy nil tne powers nnil changed
two months Inter to advance n selfish
Notwithstanding llila firm nlllliilo
on the part of the government there Is
not mo icest uoiiDt Hint rrlctlon 'io
tween the powers will be averted nnd
that the resources nf rlltilntnnev ulll
be equal to the needs of tho present
Are Not Confirmed
LONDON. Aue. 29. A snpplnl ilia.
patch from St. Petersburg contains
tho nssertlnn thnt rtllaaln nltnnc, Im.
mediately, will notify the powers that
she considers the relief of the Pelting
legations as the final accomplishment
ot the mllltnry task of the allied
forces. There is nothing, however. In
the afternoon naners hero to confirm
Thn nffprnnnn tinnora .tniitit Ilia, tt.n
rumors of peace negotiations nrc wll
founded nnd applaud Gen. Chaffee's
brudonce In tirpnnrlnir far n uliii,.
campaign, ns they regard the activities
01 me nines nt J'cKing ami tbe diffi
culties of discovering a responsible
Cliinnninn with uhnm in mii uniA..
LI Hung Chang Is aliln in iiI.icp him.
nfnntnrv tn nil fd.. ... -c - i-.it
.SfaCtOrV to flit tint tw.unra n In.ltnn
"0 mai ino solution of the problem
HI" "0 prolonged ana more aim
vnu iiiuu ii.fj.iuiBiy nniipii.
MANY A MOTHER'S WISH.
Many a mother of a necvlsh. restless
sickly child has wished that her little
one wns ns ntrnni? nml n,n,l oa ..
'" '"' "C- oinc B moKO
, ,',C'" "T "lrng ""i1 c"' " !'lcy
rItl tno cllll's S)slcm o fworms, which
fniian tilnn.lAnll.u .l.tl. ,... .
mil uu 11. r or centuries tno Indians
used It to mack their babes rugged,
powerful, fearless. What It has dono
for tho child of tho forest It wilt do
for tho child of tho civilized cure.
Thnt Is what ltd as been doing for
jcars. You can get It of )our druggist
for 23 cents. Ho sure to got tho gen
uine. Tho child's llfo Is too precious
to trlflo with worthless substitutes.
Hobron Drug Co , agents for Klcknpoo
Gonsalves, photographer, Rcrctanh
near Alapat is giving away one 10x20
crayon portrait with 15 worth of pho
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOR THE TER
RITORY OF HAWAII.
Tin Prtocliii-nt rf Ih Unit.. Ctaf.d -"
Amrlri Tn th Mii-cl.il .t Um I lnit-1
States of America for the Territory tf Hawaii-Greeting:
wnercis, a Liber hith been filed In the
nUtrlrt f!ntirf nf th I !nft.t Qini.a A. l..
Territory of Hawaii, on the jitt. day of
August, A. D. 1900. By Emest Benson
and John White, late seamen of the bark
"Empire," vs. American baik "Empire"
iici lucmc .ipiMici nuu iiirnuureanu tne
Cattaln of the said bark F. F. Kn icke
for tlip rp.ivnna nnil i-fiiw.a In ill. ..M
Libel mentloneJ, and pravlng the usual
process ana monition of the said Couft In
that behalf to be nnde, am' tint all psr-
snn fntrrtp.1 In Hir ul.t . ...! 1...
tackle, etc., nny be cited In general and
3itii.il iu .iiouci me ieiniscs, anu an
iuuv(euiiik3icihk ii.iu mat uic saiu vessel,
llr t.11lll. tiV tnfii, tnr lli. i,..j tr. tl.u
..-"...-, .., ..., .u. hi. wiun in inc
said Lib:! mentioned, be condemned and
jiu ig pay inc ueinanus or me Libelants.
You are therefore hereby Commanded
til .ittirh lli ciM t ..cl I... .1jl. ...
and to retiln the same 'in your custody
uuiu me luiuicr oruer or tne v-oun res
pecting the same, and to give due notice
tn nil nprnn rlilmlnrr th. am. ... tin.,.. -
Ing or having anj thing to say why the
suiiic oiiuuiu uui uc cunucmiieu anu sold
pursuant to the prayer of the said Libel,
thnt thi h .mil anrvasr Ufr tl. .-.!. I
" w.kj xv Hiyvni IVtlVII. 111.7 StllU
Court, to be held In and for the Terrl ory
ui iun.ui, uu uic )ru uay or septemDer,
A. D. loco, at ten o'clotk In the ft renoon
nf th aim. .In., If lit., .I... .I.nll v.. .
. .... ..M...h hh, ,i iiimv uay all ill vc A
day of jurisdiction, otherwise on the next
way ui juiisu.iuui uicrcaiier, men ana
there to Interpose a claim for the same,
and tft ITI.tUp their .llUtritlnna nn llitf
All what you have done In the premises,
"u y"" n't" anu mere mane return tnereof,
togethervvlth this writ.
Witness, the Hon. MnrrU M 17a,..
rlu.dKc.of.?a,,lCn,l.lrt. at .".'f City of Uono-
'"'". m ne lerriiory of Mawal. this list
ciay ot August, A. u. l90o,andof our n-
dependence, the one hundred and twenty
Attest: a true copy.
(Sign) WAL'I ER B. AlALING.
U. S. Marshal.
By E. R. HENIjRY.
DAVIS &G'VU.S. Marshal.
Proctors for I Ibelant. i(J25-3t
pt,V,h w.anf Ver.e?y n0,,.fiei1 ,,l,at "
iiiht ni.ii-i ii iitm in.trt'...aV.i.
July ist, at the office' of the undersized
... c i . , i, r,.,r., "
.iiiuiijucn, j. n. i lancn.
Actg.Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co
Honolulu, June i, 1900,
75 and 79 King Street
TELEPHONE NO 31.'
NOW It the tlm. to get
breakages seen to, and
Roofs Put In Ordcr
nT Tmrntnnf wiiisiI
For the Plumblnit
On that now Lonso that yon aa
I aVtAHi (a LaallJ 1 a.' ..
""" iu uunu or ine aiteratlong
yon are intending to make oa
yonr property. Call and see as
and get an estimate.
JAS. NOTT, Jr
Practical Tinsmith and Plnmbaf.
Shop: Berelanla street, i atooneaM
of Punchbowl. Phone 8U,
Hour. 7 a. m. to 5 p.m.
Jobbing promptly attended la.
HonolnlD Sbeet Metal lorki
Gal vanlwd Iron Skylights and Vntltattrs,
Conductor Pip, and Guttir Wott
Richard. Stmt, Ut Qum aai Maactaat aM(
r Jobblot pioaptlr att.adtl U.-m
Tel. White .1. P.O. Hot 0.
BOARDING AND LIVERY
sent to an.vTart 0f the
HACKS -AT -ALL -HOURS
Wnlklbi n i
"IK,KI iloail, -
TEL. BLACK Ml.
When You Waqti a Iig
RING UP THE.
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
- - H8 FORT STREFT.
Stable 'Phono, 177
Uack Stand 'Phones, 319 and 11,,
C. H BELLOTA.
f White and Black Sand
In Qtuntitiei to Suit.....
EXCAVATING - CONTRACTED
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
ttSr n.imn Tjrf f...ll.. 1 i.. .t,
on Hourrs NotlcT " y ,ne alT
H. R HITCHCOCK.
Bethel St., next to P. O.
4 U s.-c
Ohla, Algeroba and Pine Firewood
uni and bpUt (re.dyfor lb. Stove),
STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COAL
WHITE AND BLAOKBAND
Lowest Prices, delivered toanyiiaB
HUSTAOE 4 CO.,
. '1 Onn BtrMt
Pacific Transfer Co.
tj King St , nut to Ballay'a Cyclarr.
Express Wagons, Drays
Lumber Wagons and
Dump Carts : : : : :
Always on Hand.
Trunin, rurnltur. inj S.I., Car.lully Hiollrt
TELEPHONE ., ,fT.
Hack Stand No. 82.
Bay I do you know whera I u M
IOOd CarTlaa;? finr.l it lha it.-
llan Hotel Carriage Co.. cornar Hotal
uu mcuarua creeu. lea. II, Notkr
Ing but first class carrlagta aa4
aHiiiiiiisiVn'iti' Rrii ivrrlcf a
:GSrllR5l- w,,l refund
l"u?AG.LC S. the money
i: Hnrciu 5i io cure.
t'rlw. 10 nib.