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Now, ttifrrtfttfr, In aceoritanre thero
Mlh. t, 8ahfonl II. Dole, (lovirnor if
tie Territory of llnwall, hereby glveituknl conslntlng of Knlnwno nnil Knl
ielke that a gihcrnl ilictlon (or a
tMepltf to the House of Represents
litres of the United Slates to serve dur
ing tie Klfty-slxtb CoimreMv n Oele
ftXt to the House of Itepresmtntlvis
the Unltril rilntcs to sme ilurlii3 I
tbe Klftretnth ConKrvs. nml fjr
i'timtom nnil ltcirctntntle of tlio
Ltgldnture of the Territory of Hawaii,
tll he heM on Tuesilny, .N'oMinbcr
Mh. A. I). 1!W0. throtiKhout the Ter
ritory hftWMii the hour of S o'clock n.
3). anil S o'clock p. in.
The Suintorlal DIetrlcU are a fol
low!: FIRST niSTUlCT The Island ol
SECOND DIST1UCT The Islands
of Maul, Molokal, Umal and Kahoo
Inwe. Tlllltl) D1ST1UCT The Island of
FOt'ItTH D1ST1UCT The Islands i.f
Kauai and Nllluui.
The ilcitor In said Dlstrlita ale en
lltltd to elcit Senators ns follows:
In the First District, four.
In the Second District, three.
In the Third District, six.
In the Foutth District, two.
The HepusentatUe District, Hegh
ttrlnj; I'rtclncts and 1'ollliiK Places and
Inspectors of Elections are as follows:
Puna, Illlo and Ilnmuku.i, Island of
First Precinct All the District of
Funa excepting Ktaau and Olaa. Poll
liiK place: Poholkl Court House.
Inspectors Harry H croft, J. M.
Kauwlla, J. X. Kamoku.
Second Precinct 1 he lands of Ke
aau and Olaa In Puna and that portion
of Hllo eMmdlng from the houndaiv
of Puna to the bed of the Honolll
Gulch. Polling Place: Court House In
Inspectors (5. K. Wilder, Wm. Nalll
ma, Wm. Vnnnatta.
Third Prtclnct Extending from the
ted of the Honolll dutch to the bed of
the Kawalnul Oulch. Polling Plarc1
Vapalkou School Hotiie.
Inspectors: W. A. Hay, J. M. Jlall.
aloha, J. M. Kauhl.
Fourth Prtclnct Extending froin
the bed of Kawalnul Gulch to the oed
of the Walkaunialo Gulcli. rolling
Plate: Honomu School House.
Inspectors: J. K.' Dillon, J. K. Une,
J. V. OllWira.
Fifth Precinct Extending from tlw
bed of the Wnlkuumulo Gulth to thu
bed of the Kuula Gulth. Polling PUcu.
Court House, Laupahoehoe.
Inspectors E. W. Uarnard, II, S.
Hlckaid, A .C. Palfrey.
Sixth Preclutt Extending from the
bed of the Kuula Gulth to the bed of
the Kulopa Gulch (Kullu Gulth.) Poll
ing Place: Kaohe School House. In
spectors: Albert Horner, S. Malkonc,
Seunth Preclntt Extending from
the bed of the Kulopa Gulch to the bed
oNthe Mulanahae Gulth. Polling
Plate: Honokaa Court House. Inspec
tors: E. W. Estep, John Al, J. Moannu
11. Eighth Precinct Extending from
the bed of the Mulanahae Gulth to the
boundary of Kohula. Polling Place:
School House, Kukulhaele. Insptttois:
W. Y. Horner, Jus. Kuuwelu, W. 11.
'V SECOND DISTRICT.
Kohula, Kona and Kan, Island of
First Preclntt Consisting of North
Kohala. Polling Plate: Kohulu Court
Inspectors: W, P. McDougall, Joseph
Hussy, J. F. Woods.
Second Pi etlnct Consisting of South
Kohuln. Polling Plate: Wulmea Couit
Inspectors: J. Crowley, H. Akona, I.
Third Pi eelnct South Kohala to the
aorth boundary of Hoolualoa. Polling
Place: Court House, Kullua.
Inspectors: h. 8. Aungst, C. Kalalwl,
J. K. Laloha.
Fourth Pi eelnct North boundary ol
Hoolualoa to and Including Keel,
South Kona. Polling Place: Sthool
'inspectors: Henry Greenwell, J. Ke,
sueahnwall, J. Hakuole,
Fifth Prtclnct Fiom south boun
iaiy of Keel to'north boundary of Kau.
i W. .
141k rrwtwl - Turn IM b.mii-
.tt IhMti Ho M Km to iH
? fumwry of NtwM, IWNn1
iinjnilwi: J. II. M. .Muftfti, J. N.
Xmmmtm. o. K. AHfel.
tlte UMHrl " Kurt. IWIIrm ftae
IVtfcftta IWh)I Hurts.
HiHli I'. r'ciiiiHI, I.. Iknnk,
J K. Hwpll .
Mniiil of .Maul, Muloknl nnil I aim'.
First I'rcclnel Thnt portion of Mo-
ntipnpn, rolling Plate: Kalaupnpi
Iiupiitors: Wm. Notify, w. K. Ma
kakiw, J. K. Wotainnit.
ritfond I'rrilnct Tlio remnlnilcr of
tlie Inland of Moloknl. I'olllnR I'lnci.
I'ukoo Court House.
Inspeitors: J. II. .Mahoc, H. Knwal
lion, Geo. Ktklpl.
Third Pnclntt The District of I.v
hnlna. Polling Plate: I.nlinli'in Couit
Inspectors: Henry Dickenson, C. V.
Dmlolt, J. W. Mnkekau.
Fourth Pnclntt 1 ho Island of l.ii
nal. Polling Plate: KahaltpaioA
Inspectors: .S. Knhoohalahala, Ke
alakn, Keonl Nukllul.
Fifth District District of Knani
pull. Polling Place: llonokahat
Inspettors: Geo. Kauhl, D. Kapaku,
I.. K. Kulaniu.
Sixth Prtclnct Consisting of tho
portion of Wullukii l)lng north of toe
fa nil hills, lu hiding Walhee and the
Island of Kahooiaue. Polling Plac:
Wnltuku Court House.
Inspettors: W. T. Hoblnson, Dr.
H. W. lloote, Thos. K. Clark.
Seventh Prttmct The remaining
portion of the Distrltt of Wnlluku, ex
cepting the District of Honuuula. Poll
ing Plate: Custom House, Knhulul.
Inspettors: I), Quill, Walter Lovr,
C. S. Kookoo.
Eighth Prtclnct The District of Ho
nuaula. Polling Plate: Honu.iuli
Inspectors: L. II. Crook, J. D. Uwt
l.oolaul, G. K, Kunukaii.
Ninth Precinct All that portion of
the suld District known as Kula, and
that portion of tho land of Humakuu
poko, l)Ing south and west of the Ma
liko Valley nnil mauka of n line drawn
ulang the center of the load running
from Knluanul to the Mnkawno Jul),
and n line drawn In extension thereof.
Polling Place: Makuwao Court lions-1.
Inspettors: Geo. l'orsjtli, K. H, Kt
knpn, D. P .Eldredge.
Tenth Precinct The remainder of
the District of Mnknwao to the Gulch
of Oopuolu. Polling Plnce: llama
kuupoko School House.
Insptttors: W. F. Mossman, J. E.
Keklpl, C. K. Pa.
Eleventh Precinct Knhlklnul, Kau
po and Klpahulu. Polling Plart'
School House, Klpahulu.
Inspectors: J. K. Pllinanu, P. M.
Kiilunn, 11. W. Kuhale.
Twelfth Pretlnct From Klpahulu to
and Including Maknpuu. Polling Plau"
liana Court House.
Inspettors: F. Wlttrock, G. W. Kan
hnne, I). K. Knlwaluen.
Thirteenth Pietlnct District of
Koolau to the Gulth of Oopuolu. Po'i
lng Plate: Sthool House, Keanue.
Inspettors: D. P. Knpcwa, G. W.
Kuwuhamae, D. W. Nuplhuu.
All that portion of the Island of Oahu
llng east and bouth of Nuuanu street,
mid line drawn In extension thereof
from the Nuuanu Pall to Mokapu Point.
First Pretlntt Al Ithat portion it
suld District comprised In Honolulu or
Konn nnd l)lug lust of Punuhou street,
uinl a line drawn In extension thereof,
mauka and maltal. Polling Place'
Near foot of Punuhou stieet,
Inspettors: John Elllngtr, J. I..
Hi-CB, 11. MiCullom.
Second Preclntt All that portion of
suld Distrltt comprised In Honolulu
or Kona, and Ijlug between thu wester
ly boundary of tho First Preclntt and a
line drawn ns follows, viz: From the
foot of South streit along South, KI113
and Alapal studs and from the head
of Alapal street to the flagpole on the
old battery 011 Punchbowl; thence to
ami along the ridge on the easterly sld-
of Pauoa Valley to the summit of th?
mountain. Polling Place: Derctanla
street School House.
Inspettors: C. M. White, D. K. Ka
Inuoknhinl, W. C, Wilder Jr.
Third Precinct All that poitlon of
suld District I'ompilsed 111 Honolulu
or Kona and lying between the wester
1 boundary of the Setond Prtclnct and
Nuuanu street mid mauka of Sthoul
stieet and n lino drawn from tho Juni
tlon of School nnd Punchbowl strtets
to the flagpole on the old battery on
Punchbowl, Polling Plate: Hulldlug
h.H'"-fw w. II. Ili A !
M, I f Kalwbftwwl.
fin-mi PrHw4-.M Km I Hfifcr "
MM l4rM i rt.i hi lfiih..ii "
Mem ,M mfrit fey tire Hn'iiiiH ' I
Tdlt4 PTPWWtol ItotttottM Bfm ?MIH-
nn tlit rXIIHK PWe; lloynl
Inspetlefl- W. U. King, It. N. Itoyil.
F. rt, Pwihy.
Fifth I'riclnct Al lllint portion of
Mid District romprlsfd In lloiudulu or
Konn and bounded by the Second Pie
tlnct, llcrttanlu street, Hlchard stntt
and the Harbor. Polling Place: Knpii
Inspectors: Jno. Short, W. Knpel.t
i:. K. Mllkalanl.
Sixth Preilnct Alt that portion of
said District comprised In Honolulu or
Konn and bounded by Richards street.
Ueretanln strcft, Nuuanu streit an I
the Harbor. Polling Place: Honolu
Inspettors: II. J. Mnssiunn, T. E.
Wall, John Muhiikn.
Seventh Precinct All that portion of
said District comprised In the Judicial
nnd Taxation District of Koolaupolm,
and I) lng east and south of n Hue
drawn from the Nuuanu Pall to Mo
kapu Point. Polling Place: School
Inspettors: G. C. Chalmers, Klmo,
All that portion of the Island jf
Oahu I) lng west mid north of Nuuanu
strttt nnd n line drawn In extension
thereof from the Nuuanu Pall to MO'
First Precinct All that portion 'A
the Judicial nnd Taxation District -if
Kooluupoko lIng wist mid 1101th ot
n line drawn fiom the Nuuanu Pall tn
Mokapu Point. Polling Place: Kaneohe
Inspectors: II. Cobb-Adams, James
Olds, E. P. Alkue.
Second Precinct The Judicial nod
Taxation District of Koolauloa. Poll
ing Place: Koolauloa Court House.
Inspettors: W. A. Baldwin, J, II.
Keunu, C. Andrews.
Third Pietlntt The Jtulkl.il and
Taxation Districts of Wulalua. P0IH113
Plnce: Wulalua Couit House.
Insptttors: W. S. Wond, C. P. Lane,
Fourth Precinct The Judicial und
Taxation District of Wnlnnae. Poll
ing Place: Wulnnne Court House.
Inspectors: R. I.. Gllllland, J. Hill,
G. W. Nawaakoa.
Fifth Precinct All that portion of
the Judicial and Taxation District of
Ewa comprised in the lands of lloaeie
nnd Honoullull. Polling Place: Rail
road Station, Ewa Plantation.
Insptttors: E. 11. Mlkaltral, los.
Feinandtz, J. P. Kuoha.
Sixth Pretlnct All the remnlnlng
portion of the Judicial and Taxation
Distrltt of Ewa. Polling Place: Ewa
Inspectors: II. I). Johnson, J. A. Low,
John de Fries.
Seventh Preclntt All that portion of
Honolulu or Konn lying niakul of the
King street road from the Ewa line to
the King street bridge and nil muuka
of said road fiom the Ewu line to the
main road up Kallhl Valley. Polling
Place: Reform School Premises.
Inspectors: Julius Asche, S. K. K.i
lou, K. It. G. Wallace.
Eighth Pi eelnct All that portion of
Honolulu or Kona lying mauka
of the King stieet road from tho main
load up Kallhl Valley to Llllha stieet
und a line druwn from the head there
of in extension of the Hue ot Judd
stitet to und ulong the ridge forming
the westerly border of Nuuunu Valley,
Polling Place: W. C. Athl's Waic-
house, mar north corner of Llllha and
Inspectors: C. R. Dement, Asa Kau
11a, W. W. Bristol.
Ninth Pretlntt All that portion of
Honolulu 01 Kona lvlug between tho
Eighth Preclntt uud Nuuanu street
mid muuka of a line ill awn ulong
Sthool street, the Nuuunu stream nuil
Ileietauia stieet. Polling Place;
Uulldlng northwest tointr Kuaklnl
and Nuuanu stieets.
Inspectors, W. J. Coelho, 8. H. Meu
kupu, F. W. Weed.
Tenth Precinct All tlmt portion of
Honolulu 01 Konn bounded by Kluj,
I.lllliu nnd Sthool stittts, the Nuuanu
stream lleietnnln nnd Nuuunu sheets
nnd the Harbor, Polling Place: Aula
Inspettors; M, K, Keohoknlolo,
Abrnhuin Holster, W, K. Kulelhulu.
Islands of Kauai and Nllhnu.
I'lrst Pretlntt The Ulnud of Nllliau.
Polling Plate: Sthool House.
Inspettors: J, 11. Kuameu J. W. .Ko
Second Pretlnct I hit portion Cif thb
lUli let of Wnlmea extending fiom t'm
Third Pretlntt to the Punnumin Point.
Polling Place: Ktliulm School House.
litHl"'i IS. KmidHtn, P. Kimht
, M Hdlll'ltllllM-. J
1M4 ItHHtHrt TJml HrtllHH til
IIMrfct ttf WmIhmi m If ml In trim 1 -t
lwnf In lH" ri,itni4tr Mno hejl-vm
Vimn dint K Sn PinUlliiii mil
ihIik nlntiK n line In mnllnwaillim
f MM bwitHkry In lb" . I'oIIIiik
I'lue-: Walmm CiMirt llousf. ,
Intii'tliirii C II llofgnnnl (I W
., .. ,,..,'., ' I
K Mmm. 1.. u Kniiai.
Fourth Prei Inct From and Including I
Ncnlnlirn tn nnd lii-luillim II inniiei v. '
Inspectors: .1. A, IMlirn J, K. l'.i
l.una, II. II. Ilrodle.
Fifth Prctlnc: Ihc District o( Ko
loa from Its Ji.-.iUjii with l.lhue to
uinl Ineiiidlng tli'j Inn.! of I.nwnl. I'tdl
lng Plate: Koloa Court House.
Insputors: W, II. Neul, A. K. Mlkn,
Sixth Precinct The District of l.l
hue. Polling Place: I.lhu'. Couit
Inspectors: W, T. Lucas, C II,
Seventh Preclntt Extending from
the land of Papa a to and Including the
laud of Wnlluu. Polling Plate: Court
Inspettors: J ,V. Neal, K. Kaumua
III, S. W. Meheula. '
Eighth Precinct Extending from
Knllhlwal River to and Including the
land of Papan. Polling Plate: Gov
ernment School House, Kllauui.
Inspectors: John Uush, P. Mlgela,
Ninth Precinct Extending from Kl
llhlwul Rlvtr to the north boundary of
the district of Wnlmen. Polling Plnce:
Waloll Court House.
lnspettois: C. H. Willis, J. W. Alo
hlkcn, C. 11. Makee.
'I he electors In said districts nrc en
titled to elett representntlves as fol
lows: In the First District, four.
In the Second District, four.
In the Third District, six.
In the Fourth District, six.
In the Fifth District, six.
In the Sixth District, four.
Given under my hand and the great
seal of the Territory of Ha
Seal. vvnll nt the Capitol in Ho
nolulu, this 21th day of
September, A. D. 1900.
SANFOHD D. DOLE.
Ily the Governor.
Hemy E. Cooper,
Secretary of the Territory.
PROPOSALS FOR CORNED BEEF
AND CANNED FRESH MEATS.
Ortice of the Board of Health.
Honolulu, H. T., September M. toco.
SealeJ Proposals will be received at the
Office of the Board of Health up to 12
0 clock, noon, WEDNESDAY, October
3rd., 1000, for supplying theLeper Settle
ment with the follow lng supplies, for the
period of tlree months ending December
jist., 1000, viz:
200 bbls (200 lbs each) more or less,
extra mess corned beef.
200 cases, more or less, (2 doz.each) 1 lb
tins canned fresh meat.
200 cases, more or less, (1 doz. each) 2 lb
tins, canned fresh meat, (Simples canntd
meat to be furnished).
Said supplies are to be delivered1 in
quantities f. 0. b. Island steamers, and
subject to Inspection and approval by
Agents of the Board of Health.
The Board does not bind Itself to accept
the lowest or any proposal.
C. B. WOOD,
Preslder.t Board of Health.
PROPOSALS FOR BEEF CATTLE.
Office of the Board of Health.
Honolulu, H. T., September 14. 1900.
Proposals will be received at the Office
of the Board of Health up to 12 o'clock,
noon, WEDNESDAY, October 3rd., 1900,
for supplying tie Leper Settlement, Molo
kal, with Beef Cattle, for the period of six
months, ending March )ist., 1901, under
the following conditions, namely:
1. The contractor to supply I at Beef
Cattle to Welsh not less than 350 lbs net,
2. Cattle to be delivered at the Leper
Settlement in lots specified by the Superin
tendent, averaging from 80 to 90 head per
month more or less.
3. Cattle dying within twenty-four
hours after delivery from Injury or oilier
cause sustained previous to delivery to be
the contractor's loss
4. Cattle Injured when delivered and
killed for that reason to be paid for at 25
per cent, less than the contract price.
Hides and tallow and offal to be the
property of the Board.
The bid must be for the price per pound
The Board does not bind Itself to accept
the lowest or any proposal.
C. B. WOOD,
President Board of Health.
OR, W. H MAYS
has opened an uffice for the practice of
AUdlcine and Surgery, at lin Beretania
Street, next house teyond Central Union
Church. IIOUKS: 10 to 12, 3 to 4 and
7 to 8; Sundays, 9 to if, TLLI I'HONE
Two Drafts 772. 1454 an J 1456, drawn
In favor of M. T. Vespra for 9103.7s and
fej 75, by the Socledade P. St. Antonio I),
Hawaii have been lost. Payment on same
has been stopped, F. AVEIUO,
Socledade I'ort de Santo Antonio II, Haw all.
Britons Line Up
For Their Elections
II -A dlipat.li
truiti Lnn mi
White Ridley was f ilrly run down by J. uno suburban property front
iif wiMper uirrespundcnts after the lng on McCully street and running
-t"K ' '' l,rlvJr CJ"'"-'1' a "Jl'ifrom Ueretanla to King streets.
tnoial, und, as they nould not revise Will sell on easy terms, vli.: part In
,,r r,iiicnata,TiiMiIi. September 25, cih, or approred stocks or bonds, bal-
hus been bulletined thrJUrfh the United, . mortrace
Kliittitiitii ns tho date fjr the dlssolu.
,-.... . . , . 1, .. . ,..- .u-t.
I III? llllie Ill'BIKII llt'll 4lll IMC Hl t-
ist possible margin for nominations
and editions. No nomination can be
made nftir the last day of September
mid the elections will be Untitled by
October 15. ProteivM are as rapid
hire ns they are slow In America
The liberals have not made up their
list of candidates and as there will
not be time for completing them, an
unusually large number ot boroughs
mid districts will bo uncontested, the
unionists going In without a struggle.
Anothir striking proof has been of-
fired Hint with the sanction of the
nuem public attention will be centered
during the election upon the Imperial.
Interests. The colonial omce has an-
nounccd that the Duke and Duchess of n t)ie maU.r of the Estate of Charles
York will visit the South Seas In the j Ernest Emll Ubrlcht, Frederick Wllhelm
spring to open the first parliament ot Paul Ulbrlcht and Margaret Ulbrlcht,
united Australia. This visit Is ex- minors. OnreaJinganl tiling the petl
plnlnid ns n mark ot the rojal recog-'tl "f EmMe Ulbrlcht, guardian, pray-
nltlon of the loyalty of the colonies ' '"K f fJlJ't'LtulL h. m'U.m
1.. .1.. , ... ,., ,. , ,...., -,i ,,. estate belonging to salJ wards, to w It bej
In the buttle for the preservation of that cehrtafn ot or premises situate at
the empire. Lord Salisbury recelv es Kcltto. Walklkl-kal, In said Honolulu,
credit for recomiusndlng this royal decribej In a deeJ from W. C. Achi to
Journey, but wltluut doubt Mr. Cham- E, E. Ulbrlcht, dated Ma ch 12, 1000, and
berluin hns Inspired the policy, as he rtcorJeJ in Registry of Deeds, In Liber
bus nlso proposed n muster In London 3,M PaKf -tfUi wnlch, ' 'ubK' to widow's
of representntlve colonial volunteers, Interest, and setting forth certa n
headed by Canada, for a review by the ' ?Moni wh' such teal Mtate 5houlJ
l"1ccn1- ,,, , It l hereby ordereJ, that the heirs and
It Is possible that the new parlln- next of kin of said wards and all persons
ment when elected may have some-1 Interested In the said estate, appear before
thing more than formal work to do 'this Court on .Monday, the 1st day of
In the meeting In tho autumn, but It October, A. D. 19:0, at 10 o'clock A. .VI.,
Is difficult to credit the cuirent re-
ports that the Chinese question wilt
nnlllrn l.rl.lnllt n aolln In V,., .nU.
The fou'lgn ofllto, In announcing that
Prince Chlng nnd Earl LI are fully in-
thorlzed by tho emperor to negothte'
with the powers virtually takes the '
rormanmonS "'dXIoSiIITHE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE FIFTH
Interval public interest In the east, at CIRCUIT. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Itast In England, will gradually suo-
Th.. nmirnnr.1, nt Mm olullini hnn
ine npproacu or the elections, how -
ever, hns Invested Lord Roberts' bulle-
tins with much of their old fascination
fnr tho tiillillr nnnr.il TirriMnn1iri
Bk, .i-ii i., 1. - ... ni-
aufis In (lrlvinK bands of guerillas
fufbss the Vet U tha nrlndpal Incident
recoided In the last tweuty-four hours
nnd It Is hailed as a brilliant exploit.
1 . ,
The Supremo Court U gettlus
through Its calendar at the rate of
about two taseu a day.
On Thursday morning the Supreme
Court will hear thu habeas corpus c.no
of Kiijlharn, thu Japanese sentenced to
death for murder.
Elizabeth K. Robluion. minor, by he
nttorneys, Robertson & Wilder, flies "
motion to require S. K. Ka-ne to forth
with rile nn account ot the moneys re
ceived nnd disburse.! by him as guar
dian of her proporty. John K
son. the minor's father makes affl -
davit thnt she h ao over the age of
Humphrey! tilts morning
heard the ejectment caie of H. M. Ml it
vs. S. M. V. Kau el 0 and V. R Castl1.
trlstce. Hatch and SUIlman for plain
tiff; Castle & Weaver for defendant.
Chnrles Wllllanm, the oung Hawa
iian lavvjer, was admitted to practlco
In tho United State 1 District Court to
day. Judge Hsteo changed the day for
hearing the Dunreggan salvage case
from Thursday to Trlday.
RURAL . REGISTRATION
Following are tho figures ot electoral
reglstratlonfor tbo country districts ot
Puuloa 31 0
Alea 48 29
Mannna 47 15
Wnlpahu 42 22
Kvva Mill 17
Kntiulu ., 73
Puualiiii 19... N.
Kuolon & Walkano C8
TotnU 7C8 130
Grand total 8US
KldrmlKliIni With Both.
London, Sept, 18. Lord Roberts
reports from Machadodorp, under da'e
of September 17, that a few minor
skirmishes have taken place between
tho Ilrltlsh troops and tho Doers. He
adds thnt General French has captured
fifty locomotives, In addition to the
forty-tin eo locomotives and other roll
lng stock which ho took when he occu
pled llniheiton, September 13, and that
Genernl Stephenson was ordeied to oc
cupy Helsprult during tbo afternoon of
Tho Doers have lost heart and have
ceased to display any of their char
nrteilstlo finalities and the Diltlsh
battalions nnil wiuadrons are mainly
hunting down train wreckers and cap
lining cuttle nnd abandoned stores.
MAGIC : headaohes
2 HEAMCHEs' before
I WMERS breakfast.
V'.W.'W.V.MWJ. " "'I drugitUt.
No. 1. Dullness properly on Smith
street, between Paushl and IltreUnlt
No. 2. Residence property on Punch
bol street, near Vlnevnrd street, suit
able for cottages.
For Sale op
Valuable, business property, corner of
King and Smith streets.
A tew offlco suites In Model Block.
For particulars apply to
Cartwrlght Building, Merchant Street.
XBE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST CIRCUIT OP
.. TrnnTMuv nr uiulii
HL tKKIUK' ut UnBftll.
M".' HI"" Room ot this Uourt, In Ho-
1 olulu, Oahu, then and there to show
! tltl in vp.4a tni-lll.l nnl kl nMnU.I
i"u3r ""j "'I v,'.s' -""",u " "5 '"
Dated Honolulu, September 21, 1000.
By the Court:
P. D. KELLETT, JR.,
rkASK LOUIS vi MARIA GLORIA COSTINA
TIW KltgMIC Ol lllnall To ir Miritlll ol 01
, u, .,..,. ,unj..i,rM D.cutv. Gf-.nn.
' YniirtcommnJeiti lummon maria Gloria
"iAfERiTHiN twYmyTa"s V 2!
hrof til b ini rrir tltr lh sili Circuit
- iimat tr Sptinbr term throf to b hoUcn l
uh. uunioiKinai, on wedsbsdav thi 5tn
J ' Sipfemtr rtt at too clock a m toiiow
,f, ,?? JoiiS pw.u.M 10 i'i i.nor oihi.
anmJ Lltel (or V v ret AnJ hivt vju then there
thu Writ with (u'l r ?turn ol your f rocetJinfi th?rcon,
Wiint H ". J lUrJ)- Juiz of the Circuit Court
of th Fifth Circuit, at Llhut Kauai this 17th day of
liiitneij HARRY 0 WISHARD.
I hireby certify the foresolnc to be a true anJ exact
cory 1 (the original fummon In iti cauve and that
uli C-turt orderei puMlcatl n of he ame ani a
comlnuarce of tali taute untlt thi next March, 19:1,
tern of thlt Court
Di'ei Llhue, Kauai, September ttth iqoo
AKKT O WI5HARD
h THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTH CIR
CUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
KAAPUWAI k. vs. E. tINDEMANN. Sumiroili.
Tt Ttirltoryot lltli To ili lligti ShvrlfT of lh
Trrltoiynf HiiAA'l oh'i Dtruty Hit Mwnff .ftfie
U ai of Kajal, or hif Ccputy or ny CumKblt In
tht Tirrltory of lliosll
Yoj a comminJcJ lo summen E LINDEMANN
JlanJitt In r.u. h h.!t fit. url.ltn AVvrU
WITHIN TWENTY DA S illtr trnlct litrcot, I f
I '.r.o'm. 'Vo Si.lffE
cUlm of Kaapuwal V, pUlttlff thoutl not t AwaideJ
10 mm f unuani 10 inv uinr 01 nil anntu a rttiuon.
AnJ tii ou then ihci this Writ with Ml r urn of
y.iur pocciln2t thete-on
Wlmetl Hon Jacob HarJv. Juitt of till Circuit
Court ol Hie Filth Circuit, at Llhue, trill th Jay of
I haraty certify Ilia fotcKolnn to ta trui anJ aiact
ipy of the original tummuns In aU caute ani that
uli Cuart orJerei publication of the fame ani j
contlnua ce of ali cauie until the next Mard), 1901
term ot tMt Cowt
Datei Llhue. Sirtumber eeth 1930
IIVKKY D WISHARD,
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
The following Assessments have been
levied upon the Assessable Stock of this
Company as to become due and payable at
the otlice of the Hawaiian Trust & Invest
ment Co., Ltd.:
SECOND Assessment of 25 per cent
Otiber 1, 1900.
1 HIRD Assessment of 25 per cent Nov
ember 1, IQOO.
FOURTH and FINAL Assessment Dec
ember 1, 1900.
Dated, Honolulu, Sept. 12, 1900.
G. R. CARTER,
Treasurer of the Hawaiian Electric Com
pany, Ltd. I534W2
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Subscribers are furnished with from
Sve to six lists per week, giving an ac
curate record ot deeds, mortgages,
leases, releases, powers of attorney,
etc., etc., which are placed on record.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PER
A. V. GEAR,
JurM Building, Honolulu.
The following resolution was passed
unanimously at meeting of the Executive
"That It Is the sense of the Executive
Committee that the District Committees
have the power to fill all vacancies that
may occur In said District Committee,
GEO, W. SMITH,
E. R. HENDRY,
A meeting of Stockholders of the Hamoa
Plantation Co., will beheld at the office
of C Brewer V Co., Queen street, Hono
lulu, on Thursday, the 27th Inst, at 9
o'clock a. m. for the purpose of author
izing the sale of sugar.
GEO, H. ROBERTSON,
Dated Honolulu, Stpt, 24, loco, 1643-41
Art Bmbroldery Taught.
Lessons In ART RMBROIDERY will
be given by Mis. II. H. Williams at tua
City Furniture Store, Fort street.
First Class stamping done.
MRS. H. H. WILLIAMS.