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TUB BVBNINO BUUHTINl HONOLULU, II. I., MONDAY, NOVBMDBK 5, 1900.
Oceanic Steamship Company
' The Fine Paiienger Bteaaera of Thli Line .Will Arrlta at an
(kt Thli Pott m Hereunder. -.
From San Franoisoo:
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AuitratI, ,.,.,,.,,, .,,
iu'conneotion witii the galling
It prepared to iMae, to intending paaaengeri, Coupon through
Mekeu by any railroad from San Franoiaco, to all potato in the
jilted Btatea. and from, new x,ort by any iteaminip line to all
For further partioulajra apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
General Agents .Oceanic B. S. Co.
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in Mm AT,mH01.ViSrSt w ikwt in iim nf. MM n. i -
ratrjaa VAMCOWIR AND victowa. . c
fae BrtaMM m SrtMri
ThtMt IMaH.NMt4frtai Hoaolali to Caiata. UllM SUM a Europe. For Frelftt aod
net mt Hi mnl tafomaflt. tpp ly H
Theo.H.DaviesorCo.oLtd., Gen'l Agents;
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
. 6. "AMERICAN " leaves New York for San Francisco, Tacoma and Seattle
tn route to Honolulu on October loth. Is due at San Francisco about December 12th,
at the Sound about December 2tst. Will lecelve freight at the above named ports
Honolulu at lowest rates.
8. . " HAWAIIAN " will leave New York 011 or about December loth to
gerform the" same voyage as above. Freltht received at Company's wharf, aid
treet, South Brooklyn.
For further particulars apply to
- - J Agents, Honolulu
Wilier Steamshib Co, Ltd.
8, 8, Klnau,
FBEBalAN, lblter. .
(1I0L0KAI, MAUI, HAWAII.
Will, sail ttrom I Honolulu I on
rueadari at 12 noon, tor Kau
aakakal, Lahatna, Ilaalae Day, Klhel,
Ukraa, KawaLhaeMahukona, ,Lau
aanoe&oe and Ullo.
aUturalng will aall (rom Ullo on
IMdaya at 19 a,, m., tor, above named
aorta, arrlrlnj,.la;Hopolulu.on Satur
iaya, , 1), t ., ,
Pfjaengers "and 'freight will U taken
atr Hakena, Mahukona, Kawathae, HI
to, Hakalau, Honomu, Papalkou and
rp2n?,ri aid PACKAOka OKLT
trill In Uken lor Kaunakakal, Lahalna,
analaea Bay, Klhel, ajaALaupahoehoe
all 6. Claudlne, '
; MrNALD, lUaW.
c MAUL - - - - -
WIS teare Honolulq every k Tuesday
at t p.' m.. touching hi LahalnaKa
toliVNahlltu, liana, Hamoa a& Kl
Bnnulu, MauL Returning, touchea at
akor named porta, arrlTlng In Hono
galn Sunday mornings. ,
W1U call at Nuu. Kanpo, once each
i ' '
atBNNBTT.Maatar. tf v
alls Tery Monday tor Kaunakakal,
Kamalo, Maunalel, Kalaupapa; Lahal
a,'HonoluaV Olowalu. Returning ar
gtTtn at Honolulu Saturday mornings.
Thla company reaerrea tha 'right to
I w. change in the time of departure
and arrlTal ot,(U tteamera WITHOUT
KOTICB, and It will not Da rwponalhl
atr any consaQueneea arising then
Oonalgneea mutt ba at the landing
la recelTa tneir utiiui. auw cuaa
any will not hold'ltaelt reaponaible
gar freight after It baa been landed.
Lira stock Ttfftfl. only, at ow&ar'a
risk. , - i.l -itv ,t
TSUa C0WJPI17,WIU m HpavJtluiauw
ar money or riluablea otpanangara
piaeea in we care oi u. pur-
Paiaengers are rtquttted to purchase
KekeU before mbaxklng. Those tall
in to do so will bo subject to .an a-
ntUonal charge of r-renty-flTe par cent.
The companyjrrWiaot be liable tor'
loaa of, nor Injury tpnor .delay In de-
UTery of baggage, or personal effects ot
passengers, or frelgnt ot snippers, be
yond the amount of 100, unless the
value of the same be declared when re
ceived by the Company, and an extra
charge bo made therefor.
All employes of the company are for
bidden to receive freight without de
livering a shipment receipt therefor In
the form prescribed by the Company,
and which may be seen by shippers
pon application to the pursers ot tha
Shippers are notified that It freight
ta shipped without such receplt tt will
m solely at the risk of the shipper.
O. L. WIGHT, President,
a B. ROSB. Secretary.
DAPT. T. K. CLARKU, Port Bupt
For Ban Fnulbiaco,
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Australia ,,.,rct.i Jin. il
of the above ateapera, the Agents
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Nippon Mini. . ...Nov. no
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Aaverial Mini I,, .Dec. if.
Ptkl.f Dw. is
Co., Ltd., Agents.
"Mai. .Steamship Company.
PACIFIC DAILWAT CO.
C., HMolnlaand Brians.
ntUM 1TDM1T AND BRISBANI
FaeVktarl. aa. Vaacmmr IB. CI:
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THREE TRAINS DAILY
From San Francl v.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
From Portland . . .
Leave San Francisco: 8:oo A. M., lo.oo
A.M.,-6.cop M. "
Leave Portlandl 9:1? A.M., 9:00 p. Ai:
Through without Change.
rnlt THRGrJ nave en ri,i,,
Onry.FOUR DAYS to New York.
-ruiiiiin raiiBu.c aiccpcrarv-l
Smoklnr anrl I Ihrarv IITsra
Pullman Palace Sleepers-FBuffet,
king and Library iCars 'Mth
.Birbef.Srtop and Pleasant Renlng
4 leafaiitia - - .
nt"'.. -f .
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers,
2';$H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
115 Third street. Portland, Oregon.
"iW. HiTCHCOCk,Genral Agent
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E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
Aja Omaha. Nebraska.
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Rom and I After January -1,- tM,.
BTATIOHS. Dallv Dalle
(Owhrar.) a. Sea. lj u. Sn. Dally Dan
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t V.C. Hmtth, Oan'LTwn, A Tlekel
O. P. Dromon. HaiMrintamrlaiii.' '
Win" - 'StTiio
Room 4,1 Love Building; -a;
?Mrs: 'Aiiiiis ' Montague , Turner,
" WIINTBR SEASON.
Vocal Studio, " Mljinon "
720 Beretanla street; Tel. 1 1 14, 1627 tf
E. JK. KAAI,
Teacher of itar, Mandolin, Zltb
Ukulele and Taro Patch.
Orders to be left oare of Wall, Nlehoir
t ' V'sstrom Muslo Oo ' lMf
Fine Job PrlnUng at tha Bulletin
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Notice to Creditors.
TrunJtMlrnf4, hivin tMn 4yly arroln'ri -J
rnlnlttia.or ttth ht will NfinMrJ of iht tit nf
Mikifin (, tvtmttiy of HnmMutu, ItUtiJ ol Oihu,
Jiw4 lt4lt, hrrffy (htt nnlk to ill (Mitnrt
hivlnc claimt inM tilj ttut 1i r'tiffll (fit
lino, htihrf tcurJ ty mortfiKf t n frkl fti or
tin. 4ay uthtnt1t;itJ nj with rrrer vtMtcVr, II
invtltt, niht UflJffi!crJ il I a l, Oifiu, f aUh
efflta of llfftr.WAlimouHR Co,, m rfnnolilu,
fortsIlJ. ufiin in mnnthf from irif Jut hfrtsf er
thty will tt tftrtvtr l'rr4.
Hofiotuiu. T II .Of hr it, tr
Admlntitfaiuf with the w 1.1 anrwuJ el tho tiiitt of
Notice to Creditors.
Tha uJfrilmtJ having ttan arpolntr J Attmlnlttra
lor ot iht bitat of AUt. Naomi Kialhuf, lata of tlu
notulu, drctaiiJ, notict If htrrty given nItrf
aoni havlnf claim ifalmt flw attalt of saii
Mft. Naomi Kialhu?, prewit Ihflf claim, duly
autfiftticataJ with pfopir vouchr, If any txivt, tttn
If tht claim I curt J by mortfagt upon l ftalt,
at my ofTict In Ma toon Hultdlnr. corntr of Mtr chant
and Alalcra ttrrata. In Mnnolulu. wlthld tlx months
from tht datt hirtof, or they will bo forter barred,
and all ptrxmi Indebted to tald 1 state are hereby tt
quested to mike Immediate payment to th. under-Ir.-eJ;
JOHN K. FRENDLRfiAST,
Aimlnlstrator of the Ltate of Mrs. Naomi Kail
hue. deceased '
October it, iqoo. . . i66tatoaw
IH THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTH
CIRCUIT, H&WMUH ISLAHpS.
FRANK LOUIS Vt.r MARIA GLORIA COSTINA
Tht KtpuMIc ol ll.w.ll; TotntMatlhll ol tht
Hawaiian Island, or hit Dtputy, Grtlnp.
You art comminlti to lunmon MARIA GLORIA
t-w- 1 inA.atTtnjini. in caw int mall nit vrllttn
ANSWERiTHINTWENrY DAYS afltf frvlct
hertof. to bt ani apptir btlort tht laid Clrcu't
Court at trit Stpttmbtr Ttrm thrtol, to ! holdtn at
Llhut. lilandolKanal, on WEDNESDAY, tht ill)
day of Stp'tmbtr ntxt, at to o'clock a, m.. to ahow
cauit wny mt claim 01 l-ranx louii. plaintiff, mould
not bt awarded to htm pursuant o tht tenor nf hit
anntatd Llbtl for Divorct. And havt vau than thtrt
thlt Writ with full 1 Hum of yourprocttJIniithmon,
Wltntit Hon. J. Hardy, Judct of tht Circuit Court
of tht Filth Circuit, at Llhut, Kauai, ttili ull day of
(iltncd) HARRY 0. WISHARD.
I htrtty certify tht fort colnr to bt a true and tiacl
Copy of tht original lumraont In laid caosj and that
laid Court ordered publication of tht tamt and a
contlnuanc. of laid cau tintli tht' ntit March, 19. 1,
ici.n u, mi. .uuil. v
Dattd Llhue, Kauai, September acth ton.
HARRY D WISHARD.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTH CIR
CUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
vaaDituraf i. . b iiMncuiuu c .
Tht Territory of Hawaii: Tothtlli-h ShcrlSoflht
Territory ot Hawaii, or hit Deputy, th. Sheriff of th
Island of Kauai, or hit Deputy, or any Constabl. In
tht Territory of Hawaii:
You a tTcomnanitJ to lurnmon E. LINDEMANN
defondant.ln ca.t ht ahall flit written ANSWER
WITHIN TWENTY DAYS after service hereof, to bt
andjurear before th. laid Circuit Court at the Sep.
temberTerm thereof, to. ha nolden at Llhue. ItlanJ of
Kami, on WEDNESDAY, the jth day .t Stplenber
next, at o o'clock a. m.. to shiw causa why tht
claim ol Kaapuwal k, plaintiff, should not bt awardtd
to htm pursuant to tht tenor of hit anntted Petition.
And havt you then there Ihll Writ with full return of
your proc.eJInra thereon
Ult.... !.. (..-.. 1 J.. I... -. .k. ......
nii.i,.iun..,iu, ii.ur. ju.f. 01 mi iirtuil
Court of Iht Fifth Circuit, at Llhut, thli oth diyol
(Slrned) HARRY D. WISHARD
I hereby certify the foregoing to lea true and exact
copy of the orlelnal summons In said cause and that
said Court ordered publication ol the same and a
contlnuarce of said Cass unll tht next March, toot
term of this Court.
Dated Llhue. beplember acth, toco.
HARRY D. WISHARD.
tfl-umi rierk. .
VALUBLE BEACH PROPERTY
By order of the Clrcjlt Cjurt of the
Flrt Judicial Circuit, I shall expose for
sale at public auction on Saturday, the
toth day of November. A. D. loco, at 12
o'clock noon, at the salesroom of James F,
Morgan, J? Queen street, Honolulu, to the
highest bidder for cash, the fcllowlnR de
scribed leasehold of valuable real estate.
That large lot, originally three lots, and
two-story frame dwelling house, formerly
the res dence of the late Mr. Jame DodJ,
frontinz on the new beach road nnJ the
.saA shore, a little on the town side of Jonn
Ena's place, the lease of which has 47
years, to run from September 1st, 1000. The
annual rental Is fiS7.'50, payable semi
annually In advance, and Is paid to
marcn isi, 1091. 1 ne miliums; is insured,
taxes prepaid, the water rates paid to Jan-
upsci price 10000. icrms 01 me saie
CASH. U. S. Gold coin. All extremes at
the expense of the phrchaser. ,
The above sale Is subject to the confirm
ation ofrthe Court.
KFor further Information apply to the
undersigned, or to Jas. F. Morgan, Auc
tioneer. R, W,UCATHCART,
.Executor of the wm of James Dodd, de-
eased. , .y iGyo-ot
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTENTION OF
FORECLOSURE AND OF SALE.
Notice Is hereby given that pursuant to
the power of sale contained In that certain
rflortgaee dated May 20th. 1897, made by
John K. U. Kuaan.i, of Honolulu, Island of
Oahu, Mortgagor to C. H. Bishop, C M.
Hyde, CM Cooke, J. O. Carter and S.
M, Damon, Trustees unJer the will of 11.
P. -'Bishop, deceased, of said Honolulu,
Mortgagees and recorded In the Registry
of Conveyances In Honolulu In Liber 170,
page 329 to 331. the Mortgagees Intend to
foreclose the mortgage for condition
broken, to wit; the non-payment ofjprln-clbal-and
rfotlce Is likewise given that the proper
ty conveyed by said mortgage will be Sold
at rpubllc auction at the auction rooms 6f
Jamts F. Morgan, Queen street, Hono
lulu, on SATURDAY, November 24, 1000,
at 12 o'clock noon. The property covered
by said mortgaged consists of:
First. All these two pieces or parcels
of land containing an-aggregate area of
4.16-ico acres, situate at llaiawa. on the
Island of Molokal, and being all the land
described In and granted and confirmed to
Kaluau by, Royal Patent No. 141)1, Land
Commission Award No. 8930.
Second. All those two certain pieces or
parcels ot land situate at WallaU, III Kelu,
on the Island of Molokal, containing an
agregate area of 910 Square Fathoms, and
being all of the land described In Royal
Patent No. 2120, LaadXontralssion Award
Nd. 4808 to Mahlmahl.
,' . J.O.CARTER, '
, .., S. M,. DAMON,
' j ?T ALFRED W. CARTERi
. Trustee 'under th.e wjll of B. P. Bishop,
deceased, Mortgagees. '
Terms: Cash U. S. Gold Coin. DeeJs
at expense of purchaser.
For 'further nartlailars annlv to Holmes
-tt Stanley, AthVneys for Mortgagees.
Dated Honolulu, uctober 2(tn, 1900; v
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S ' Hnn an. irarniriVti
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.lust tauueu h iuii iiuu ui Kruyco, Bp
;ilos; oranges, lemony celery, cabbage;
caitllDower, cranberries, burbank and
rcdvpotatoes, dates, salmon, flounders,
halibut, crabs, Eastern and California
oysters (In tin and shell,) turkeys,
chickens, ducks, quail. A .ail line of
canned goods. OAMARINOS' REFItl
QEIlATOn. The Republican party stands for
municipal government. Vote the
Wealth of Tabor
Replaced by Poverty
tionur Oct. 21. Vanished Is the
wealth of the Tabors. Of nil the silver
mill Rolil that the Colorado miner In
his lufky ilavn dug fnim out the boncls
of the rniih ntnl Jlut made him both
rich slid fnmniirif llicrp Is nothing let',
mill his beautiful widow In now prac
tically penniless. Tho last lilt ot
property of the once Immense est.tte
was sold n few days ngn under the hnm
mcr to satisfy a Judgment of $13,000.
Tho Mntchloes mine, Ix-nilvllle's won
dtrftil ore producer, goes the wny t,f
Mrs. Tabor's Jewels. She litis maitc J
hard right ngnlnst overwhelming odds.
Luck, has been against her ns It was
against her husband once the tide be
gan to turn. Ult by bit he saw his
vnst holdings vanish and when he tiled
It was but n slender estate he left his
widow. Sho could not mako headway
against adversity. Her Inst cent has
Jjr-rn paid out to mtlsfy the demands of
mortgagees and now Mrs. Tabor or.
of tho most beautiful women In the
West, who has enjoyed all the pleas
ures that great wealth fan provide, Is
living In a little four-room brick hotiic
In this city, and poverty Is her unwel
SHAMROCK II SECRET
London, Oct 23. The usual gueia
stories told with an air ot authority
about the new challenger for tho Am
erica's cup havo started. One publish
ed In yesterday's papers was to the ef
fect that Shamrock" II will be 'milt of
steel, and that bronic nnd aluminum,
of which If will bo remembered tho
first Shamrock was made, will enter but
little into her composition. Such sto
ries should be received only for what
they nre worth ns fables.mero guesses.
Absolute secrecy will be maintained
us to the construction of tho second
boat, ns was the caso with tho first.
Of what material she will bo built wll
not bo made known for some months to
come. Sir Thomas Upton was ask-d
today what ho had to soy about tho
New York Yacht Club's adherenco to
the five nnd a half hour limit for racoa,
when it had been reported that ho had
asked for a revision to bIx hours.
"Oh." said Sir Thomas, "nobody mutt
run away with tho Idea that I asked
any such thing. I merely put It for
ward as a suggestion; nothing more
than that. I today cabled Mr. Oddlc,
telling him In these words: 'Many
thanks. Cable, content most trntta
factory. My previous cable as regards
duration was merely suggestion.'
"This," said Sir Thomas, "finishes
the preliminaries of the races, which, I
repeat, are eminently satisfactory. As
to the future, I can't say much. Firs:,
now, when tho new boat Is reatly, slw
will be tested against the old Sham
rock, which will be rigged and sailed
under exactly the same conditions as
she was In America last year, so as to
give a correct idea of how much tho
new boat Is superior to her."
A Model Collier.
It will he, remembered that the l., S.
transport collier Nero that arrived Sal
unlay monlng, 8 days from San Kran
cIbco,. matte tho'survcys for the cable
between the United States, Hawaii,
Ouam and Manila, On this, trip she Is
taking coal and" ammunition for the
troops In China and her destination
from here Is Yokohama there to wait
orders. The, Nero Is one of the now
colliers, being only four and a ha'.f
years old anil is 4300 tons, register.
She Is the first collier brought under
the dew regulations ot the Navy. All
the officers wear the new uniforms and
a natty appearance they present, too.
The Nero Is commanded by Capt. E.
Line!, an old navy officer who saw ser
vice In the battle of Santiago de Cuba
in .the Wasp. This Is his first trip to
Has Oom PuuI'b Coin.
London. Oct. 8. A dispatch to tli-i
Dally Mall from Lottrenko Marques nu-
nopnee the.sailihg yesterday from thai
port or the American- bark Frod P.
Litchfield, which. It'is believed at Lou-
renso Marques, rhfrles a large quantity,
ot Transvaal gold hidden under her
Tho War Office announces that Lord
Roberts hopes to leave South Africa for
home about November 1G and that Gen
eral Lord Wolseley had consented to
oontlnue to perform the duties ot com
mander In chief of (he army until the
end of November,
Band Boy 'Republican.
Walluku, NOvj3. Joe Kunohb of tho
Hawaiian band and his wife. and. an.
othcV'gentleman and his wl'mhsve beou
stumping Eastern and OontraltYMvil
'this' week for the Republican -party.
rncynave sucrded in maklng-anuny
tonve'rts to tbe&Republlcan rolP, esp.-5
tally among the Mormon faith to which
they belong. Tho HawdUan'i wom?n
speli Vers,. on polltlcalquestldns was a
hovel Idea ou Maul and was well takrn.
t s ',.
Lieut. Commander Htoncy Htif't,
Vnllejo, Oct. 21. Lieutenant Com
mander Stoncy, V, S. K, cxceutlvo otll-
cer of tho United States transport So-
lace, fell Into an open hatchway to the
deck below on that vessel, fracturing
two of the lioiieH of his wrist and seri
ously wrenching his shoulder. Tho
olllcer left on the afternoon boat for his
homo In Han Francisco.
Indorse Republican principles by
voting the straight ticket
Okanniinn Hhopt Handed,
Portland, Ore., Oct. !. The srhoon
er Okanogan, Captain Itensrh, nrrlted
Iiero)rstpn!ay mnriilng frotii Ullo. Il.v
walnn Islands, says the Port Tuwnsen I
trailer, with Only two sailors,
The muse of this shorlnge was due
to the fart that when tho OkiiiHim.ti
was ready to sail friim IVlln, three of
her crew were ntrpstcd ou n charge nf
murder and the eapUiln would hmti
had to, wall da days' 4ir more until he
could hnvo sent to Honolulu for men,
so he decided. that tin could mifyiV'tho
run with only two men nnd" thereby
savo time. The fact that he arrlvnl
here without disaster Is evidence sitltl-
clent that he accomplished what ho un
dertook, and that he made good time.
During the voyage. Captain Rensch
took his watch at the wheel whllo only
one sailor was on deck.
This pair would change oft with" the
mate nnd tho other sailor, and It U
said that cerythlng during the voyugo
worked like clockwork.
California and American.
Sun Francisco, Oct. 23. Advices re
eel veil yesterday state that the freight
transport Califoutan has arrived at
Tuku from Manila. She will sail soon
tor this port, when It Is expected that
she will bo released and load freight
for New York for the American-Hawaiian
Steamship Company. Tho
steamer American, a sister ship, arriv
ed New York yesterday from Cramps'
shipyard, and will load for this port
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
Rate ot Inaurancc Advanced.
San Francisco, Oct, 23. The rate of
Insurance has been Increased on the
bark Alex. McNeill, out 174 days from
Pugct sound for Frcmantle, the flgitro
now being 60 per cent. Another over,
due vessel upon which Insurance has
been advanced Is the French bark lire
tngne, out 202 days from Antwerp for
San Francisco, and upon which 16 per
cent Is ottered.
Belgian King's Accident.
San Francisco, Oct, 23, Information
was received yesterday by tho Mer
chants' Exchange that the steamer Bel
gian King, which sailed from Manila
n few days ago for this port, had put
In at Hongkong, one ot her ballast
tanks having burst nt sea. After -e-palrs
the Ilelglan King will sail for
Tho uso of the Singer In millions ot
homes shows the unprecedented suc
cess of these Ideal sewing machine.
It Is convincing proof that tho Singer
excels In all ktnda ot family sewing
and art needle work. All our sewing
machines aro of the best construction,
beautifully decorated, and are mounted
on selected woods In finely finished
cabinets of artistic design. B. Ber-
gersen, agent, 16K Bethel street.
Season' Beat Passage.
San Francisco, Oct, 23. One hun
dred and twenty-six days were occj
pled by theWnch ship Vllle do Mul
house In the voyage from Swansea to
this port, the passage being the belt
of the ocasQi from Great Britain. She
brings a cargo ot 3C33 tons ot coal.
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
: MAGIC- headaches
WUFEHS ii dressings
A dividend l dim anil nai'iM tn tUm
KtnrLthnMer. nf th. In,.r.l.fn,l chM
Navigation Co., Ltd., at their office,
vueen street, at 10 o'clock a. m., on rRl-
ufi 1 , no 'cmncr 2. 1000.
The stock books of the Company will
he rlnait tn trnnafera frnm N.u.ml.M nA
to the 5th Inclusive. C. II. CLAPP,
Honolulu. October 11. 1000. f 1675-iw
.'5 ' Nrtf ii-k
iiviivui jn -i
n iln .Mllnl nt Cl..,l.. Tl.. .1.. C-.
ers "Mauna Loa" and "VV. G. Hall" will
le.l'e llnnftliiln tnr tf,tr ,.,n.rfl... ......
.--... ,w, invii ik.ytvilC UUU3
on Wednesday, November 7th, at their us
ual uour oi sailing.
l675-5t NAVIGATION CO.f Ltd.
Cnntlpnee nf nn.ta ar rnn,4 1a tl
promptly upon the arrival of steamers.
Any goods not called for within forty
eight hours after the arrival of a steamer
will be stored In the stone warehouse
opposite tnewnarves ot WlWer's Steam
shlo Co. and a storiire rh.irp. nf tu.ntu
five renta a nrlno. n ,..,? a. . -
week, Will be made. Any goods held over
three, months ivlH"' be sold at auction to
cover storage charges. "
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
. ASSESSMENT NOTICE,
Stockholders are hereby notified that the
poufth Assessment of 5 per cent or two and
one-half dollars per sharen the Capital
Stock nf THE INTERISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., is due and payable
July 1st, at the office of the undersigned,
ill Fort street. J.H.FISHER.
Actg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph C0.1
Honolulu, June 1, 1000, " 1550
THF CITY OFFICE OF THE
Star Dairy Co., Ltd.
Is In the Magoon Building. Room 1, cor
ner Merchant and Alakea streets.
TfcLH'HONG MAIN 391,
Dairy Telephone: Blue 3171,
1646-im A. B. DOAK. Manager.
76 and 79 King Street
TELEPHONE NO, 31,
NOW II the time to get Wake tsai
breakage seen to,,aad yaw
Roofs Put In Order
By competent worsrass-t
For the Plumbing
On that now bonao that you art
abont to build or tho alteration,
you aro intending to mako 00
your property. Call' anH aee at
and get an ostknntd.
JAS, NOTT, Jr
Practical Tinamith and Plnmber,
Shop: BetanU street. 4 doors east
ofPnnchbowl. Phone 644.
Hour. 7 a. ta. to 5 p.m.
Jobbing promptly attended to,
W.H.Baarri,. u w .
HonolnlD Sheet Hetil Work!
Oalvanlied Iron Skylights and VsatlUtsrs,
Conductor Pips and Gutter Wstfc.
tkkarli 9trtt kwL Onn ui ImkmM. etJni
aW-J.ittu pewattlr annlai ta.-n.
Tel. White 41. P.O.BoxM.
O. H. Brown.
s-brasKriS: bu,,nM5at Terri,ory
Plumbing l?n,"ale n ewVh,n" "
Phone, Main 48.
BOARDING AND LIVERY
Rigs seat to any part of the
HACKS -AT -ALL -HOURS
Walklkl Road, - . Walklkl.
TEL. BLACK i4r.
..RING UP THE.
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
- - 18 FOUT8TREKT
Stable 'Phone, 477
Hack Stand 'Phones, 110 and 7T.
Jni 0 r. iitiiifA
DpaVB Inw XSfmtAU.
and Lumber f
Onr rennnntlt. m.t. .if ,
., "V ",T""i. '""" " incomtag
steamers from the Coast td we 'check
baggage on all outgoing steamers.
WDiie ma Blick Sud For Stlt
OflRfls, Ullh Puanlni. U..ll.4l Jii
street. Tel. 867 " """ N,n
W. LARSEH, M'lt'r.
IflfilB. Ct a.a-4) a- ft'..- I J-
Express Wagons, Drays
Lumber Wagons and
Dump Carts : : : : :
Always on Hand.
Trunks, Furniture a.4 Saltt C.rtfull, HanllW.
TEIEPHONE il .,, ,W '.
'"! '. I-
FOR BALLAST tf
u :.: --
I White and Black Sand
l In Ouantitie? to Suit
tftCAVATIIG . COITRACTED
. ' w...,.,f
CORAL AID SOIL FOR SALE.
Inn?" Dllmn tP'irtal fnew I.I...I I... i .
on Hourrs NotlceT """ "y ,ne aa?
H. R mtCHCncu'
Merchant St., In M. D. Munsarrat's nffife.. '
4 ue c
Ohla, Algeroba and Floe Flreiood
STOYE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COAL
WHITE AND BLACK BAND
Lowest Prices. dcllvereU to any pan
tlw City. - '
t Oaesa Htie.1
Fine Job PrlnUng at the Bulletin
.11- I .