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THIS BVHNINO HULLBTiNi HONOLULU. H. I IMMDAY, NQVI'MllliH n, IO&
Oceanic Steamship Company
T1ip Flno 1'MioiiRpr Hlnamou of Thli Line Will Arrive M euf
time Tut I'orl n Horcnmlor.
From 8an Franolooo:
i. Jan, i.
in oounootiou with tho ainilinu of the abovo ateMieri, the Agouu
re prepared to iiinn, to intending paaiongen, oonpon through
tteketa by any rnilroad from Hen Franclico, to ell poinU in the
United States, and from Now York by any etoemehip line to ell
For farther particular! apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co, & Toyo Risen Kaisbi
buiairi el tb abovf coBpaBiij will call at Honolulu an ! nra port oa or akoti oV I
For Japan and China: For San Francisco:
Gattc Nov. io Doric . ......... .Nov. i
Hon kone.Maru .... . . - - Nov. to Mrrfr.Mru Nov. to
Chin .. t Nov. a klo J Janeiro . ..... .....Nov jo
Doric ftoe 3 Coptic .. , Dec 8
Nippon Mom Dec. t America Maru lc is
KioJt Jauclro. Dec. 1 1 I'ek'nt Dec ts
Coptic Dec .y Gaelic ..Jan. i
for ftoaral Infomatlon ipiy
H. Hackfeld &
4a-5uBira of tho abovo Hot, runnlnf la conned loo with tbt CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
tiHwooa Vancoavtr, B. C. and Sydney, N. S. W.. and calllnjt at Victoria. C. C, Honolulu and Brlsbftnt
f DUK AT HOnoiiDalaU oa or about tbt datat Ulow ttattd tin
MOM VANCOUVER AND
For Brisbane and Sydney t
VICTORIA. B. C.,
Aoranjtl. .. ,
WTbrouKb tteketa lasuad Irons Hooolulu to Canada. United State aad Europe,
riHifi aas ail eaoarai loioraaiioo, apply 10
Theo. H. Da vies &
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST
8. 6. " AMERICAN " leaves New York for San Francisco, Tacoma and Seattle
en route to Honolulu on October loth. Is due at San Francisco about December 12th,
at the Sound about Decemoer 21st. Will tectlve freight at the above named por.s
Honolulu at lowest rates.
8. 8. " HAWAIIAN " wilt leave New York 011 or about December loth to
perform the sam: voyage as above. Freight received at Company's wharf, 42d
Street, south Brooklyn.
For further particulars apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Wilder Steamshio Co., Ltd.
FREEMAN, Master. ,
MOLOKAI, MAUI, HAWAII.
Will sail from llouolulu on
Tuesdays at 12 noon, for Kau
ukBkal, Lahalna, Maalaea Day, Klhci,
Cfokeua, Kawalhao, llahukona, Lau
yenoeboe and IIUo.
Heturnlng will sail from IIUo on
Itldaye at 10 a. ra., for above named
eorts, arriving In Honolulu on Satur
aUys. Passengers and freight will be taken
for Makena, Mahukona, Kawalhao, HI
Io, Hakalau, Honomu, Papalkou and
Passengers and PACKAGES ONLY
will be taken for Kaunakakal, Lahalna,
Ualaea buy, Klhel and Laupaboehoe
6. S. Claudlne.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
al C p. m. touching al Lahalna, Ka
hulul, Nahlku, Hana, Hamoa uud Kl
ahulu. Maul. Returning, touches at
abovo, named ports, arilvlng In Hono
lulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu. Kaupo. once each
6. S. Lehua,
MOLOKAI, MAUI. LANAL
alls every Monday for Kaunakakal,
Bamalo, Maunalei, Kalaupapa, Lahal
a, Honolua, Olowalu. Returning ar.
rlves at Honolulu Saturday mornings.
Thla company reserves the right to
Make changes In the time of departure
and arrival of Its steamers WITHOUT
NOTICE, and It will not be responsible
tor any consequences arising there
Consignees must be at tho landing
la receive their freight. This com
pany will not bold Itself responsible
for freight alter It has been landed.
Live stock received only at owner's
This company will not be responsible
lor saoney or valuables of passengers
aless placed In the care of the pur
ser. Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. Those tail
ing to do so will be subject to an ad-
Uttonal cnarge 01 iwoniy-nvn per ceuu
The company will not be liable for
loss of, nor Injury to, nor delay In -delivery
of bnygnce or personal e!Tccts"ot
passengers, or'Trelght of shippers, be
yond the ntuomit of J100, unless' the
value of tho snmo bo declared when 10
eelved by tho Company, and an extra
charge be made therefor. ,
All employes of the company are for
bidden to rocelve 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 of the
Bhlppers are notified that If freight
Is shipped without such receplt It will
fee solely at the risk of the shipper.
0. L. WIOHT. President
8. 0. ROBE, Secretary.
OAPT. T. K. CLARKE. Port Bapt
For Ban rriioiBoo.'
IMaHrma ,. t I... lev,
Wralia I H ,,,.,Nftv,
1 ufr.li. .,, ,.
W. i a
Co., Ltd., Agents.
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE -
For Victoria end Vancouver (B.C.):
Iwarrimoo nov. i
M lower a ..Dec. 19
For frtlfbt aai
Co.. Ltd., Gcn'l Aftents.
THREE TRAINS DAILY
From San Francl vt.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
From Portland . . ,
Leave San Francisco:
A.M., 6:00 P M.
8:00 A. M., 10.00
Leave Portland: 9:15 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.iber Shop and Pleasant Reading
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
M5 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, Genral Agent,
No, 1 Montgomery St., San .Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX. G. P. & T. A.,
U72 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Co.
From and After January I, IH9.
After January I,
u. Sua. l.ll
IJO TI4I IW
:i a.. itia
r. C. Suns, Qsn'l Pass.
n. P. r)Kmww.Hnwrlntndnt.
Violin - Studio
gooM 4, Love building.
Mrs, Annis Montague. Turner,
WINTER SEASON. "
Vocal Studio, " JYtlgnon "
720 Ueretanla street; Tel. 1 114. i627-tf
K. K. KAAI,
Teacher of .itar, Mandolin, Zltbe.
Ukulele and Taro Patch.
Orders to be left care of Wall, Nlchola
Vvtrom Uotin On ' IMI
Fine Job Printing at
Notice to CrctlltorH. I
Nm ll hat,, .''Mi SI l ani.rilfiwl Mi
ri aifiel Aln.aiitialM af in. eita'e ,t Mint ,
llweee lil M llentlelii lmn.1 ,l a,,,.,
tmtr dam am i is, estate ait hnihiu f.l
MimjIIWi claim. In J A M l)Mia al IV nine.
l M I'ntlllf a, aJH4( fliaatr a l'ak Mall
ilalM m r i.lr autftanikatej as. itr, tft'l
vniKhn alU(Sfl,amlh..j. .all delate t w,i.
bvt nrmiraaiiii anal-, -ail dilate vail
r-tteantej-lthinsle wontlia fr ra the hist rutllte
llnll nl this .mice M IIMn all mtnila traat Ihe Una
llay lad Jue t ine mil ha lumii battel.
J A M.OOHO
AJei mutator .1 te estate ul Alalia ll"ii 4a
C (M l. I' ..l-o. a.
Notice to Creditors.
tSAtt OUSAC N, MAVDEN, DECEASED.
N Of ICE 1 hn.l-r (ltn In S ClaJllort al an al
raiaont ha.ln. clalma a.aln.l ih.iai. nl in.
ahotanamal, N.llarJri. In ptewil IMIr clalma
Id Ilia tinJetalgne J July aullwntKatrJ til nh rmrar
voucn la, 11 any a.lii, (atrn ll Hit c am la ,cu ej y
mottf.l,eliron laal ..kital .lilia, al hi. ,..lJm,. ,.,
placa ol hailntai, vhliralra t months nllha.ata el
GEOKtiE R CAHTtM.
Almlnliinlot oltha tatataol I, K MajJpn.
Honolulj Nov. ., igno. ff .jt
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTH
CIRCUIT, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
FKANK LOUIS v MAKIA GLORIA COSTINA
lh KrruMk of llaall. To Itia Maiahal ol Itia
llaali.i Itlan4, ur Ma D.cuty, (nxtlnr.
Yooar.mmmanlaJlo summon MAKIA OLOHIA
CpsTI.NA. J.lvnJanl, In cav vh. shall h'a mten
ASlWtRNMTHI.NTWkNlY UAVS alirr -ivl
haraol, Io t an J afrir tlcr lh silj Clrcu'1
Loutl al tr Sic irmKr Tarm tri'taol, io n holJin a
Llhua. Island ol k'anai. on WfDNbSDAY. tha jtti
dar ol STfmbrr .m, ation'cliKk a m.. lo show
caiiit why l!w claim ol Mank Loula, rl-lmlff, stiojij
notrawsrJJ lohln pursuant to lha tmor ol his
annai.J Llh.1 lor n.v. rca. AnJ hava viutlirn thai.'
Vila Will ltti lull iclurn ol our procrfjln, a Ihrraon
Win, it Hon. J, HarJy, JuJ8. ol tht Circuit Court
ol th h nh Circuit, al Llhu, Kauai, this mi Jar ol
May, .. o.
(SleneJ) IIAKKY 0. WISHARD.
I here y certify the foregoing to be a ti
copy 1 1 lie orlfrlral summons In stj ci
sali V.OJII orJereJ tuMlcatlon ol iha
true anJ atact
flu, .nl (ha.
i.011 OTJaraJ tuMlcatlon ol Iha aim. and .
contlnuarca ol salJ cause untl. the nest March, io i,
lerm ol this Court
Dale J Lihue, Kauai, Serlamt'er -th ro
HAHUV n WKIlADn
W THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTH CIR
CUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
KAAtHIWAt k. v. P. I ISmt-'MAMV C..MMK..
The lerrttofy tf lliwilr To .t.Hi,;r. Sheriff of tht
Terrlt i y ol Hiwa'l, of his Urputy, th Slur HI r.f the
lMtnJ nl fVlJAl. Or hit I)amifv. nrinv fAnafkl la.
the Territory of Miwail:
You ar coin ran JeJ U .umnon E. I INDEMANN
defenisrt, In caw he ati fill wrhjei ANSWhR
WITHIN rWtNTYDAVN after ervfc htreol to t
ir)4 apar befote the sal J Circuit Omrl at the Sep
UmXrr Term tf.ercof, 1 1 b h Mden at Llhue. litanJ ol
ret, at 10 o'clock 0. m., to thw cause why tht
isu4i,un nLu.itaifti ine tin aav (.1 er leiiMr
iiim ui iapuai r. piaikiiu, fcnauu not w a we me J
to him ruru.ut tithe tenr ol hit annexe 4 Petition.
An4hAvryuthcnihetihlt Writ with full return of
your pc eilngn thereon
Witness Hon. Jacob HarJr. JjJrt ol tM Circuit
rovrioltheMftrjCtrcuit, t Llhue. thli oth dayol
(Slgnei) HARRY D. WISHARD.
I hereby certify tht foreco'nj- to te a true and eiact
copy of the original tummon in sili cauie ani that
tali Court orJertal publication of the tamt anJ a
continuance M talj cajst until tht next March, 1901
term of iMs Court.
DateJ Llhue, btrtemter tth, toco.
HARRY D. WISHARD.
V order of the Clrcj.lt Cjurt of the
Flrt Judicial Circuit, I shall expose for
sale at public auction on SaturJa, the
10th day of Novrmbtr, A. U. iqm, at 12
o'clock noon, at thcsalesroom ' James F,
Morcan, if Oueen street, I lonolulu. to the
hlche-t blJc'er for cash, the ftlkmiiiK d
jcrittJ IcaseholJ of valuable real eta e.
That large lut, oilclnally three lots and
tAft-vory frame dwelling houss, formerly
the res dence of the late .Mr. Jame- Uo'ld.
frontlnsin the new beach roaJ an J the
sea shore, a lltt'e on the town side of John
Ena's pljce, the leae of which has 47
vea:s to run from Sintcniber lit. 11100. The
annual rental is 5287.50, paya le Jem'
annually In advance, and is paid to
fvurcn 1st, iiioi. 1 lie miliums Is insured,
taxes preoald. the water rates pild to J.in
uarv 1st, iqoi.
Unset nrlce J6000. Terms of the sale
CAbH, U. S. GoM coin. All expenses at
the expense of the phrchaser.
Thearnve sale Is subject to the confirm
ation of the Court.
For further Information acn v to the
undersigned, or to Jas F. Morgan. Auc
tioneer. R. V. CATHCAKT,
Executor of the will of James DodJ. de
ceased. I lj70-0t
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTENTION OF
FORECLOSURE AND OF SALE.
Notice Is hereby given that pursuant tit
(he ynwer of sa contained In tlw certal.i
mortgage dated .May zyth. 1807, made by
J ill n K. U. Kuaana.of Honol In, Island cf
Oalyi, Mortgagor to C. r. Illshop, C M.
hyd, C. Al Conke, J. O. Carter and S.
M. Damj-i, Trustees unJe- the will of I)
F. Bishop, deceased, of slid Uoniilulii.
Moitg gre and recorded In the Registry
of Con ryances In ionoiulu In l.lberl7o,
page 32y to 3)1. the Mortgagees Intend to
foreclose the mortgige tor condition
broken, to wit; the non-payment ol prin
cipal and Interest when due.
Notice U likewise given that the proper
ty conveyed by said mo tfage will be sold
at public auction at the auction rooms of
.lamts F. Morgan. Oueen street. Hono
lulu, on SAT UKDAY, November 24, tooo,
at 12 o'clock noon. The property covered
by sild mortgaged consists :
First. All these two pieces or parcels
of land containing an aggregate area of
4.16-tco acres, situate at ilalawa, on the
I land of Molokal. and te ne all the and
cescrlbed hi and granted and confirmed to
Jialuau bv Kova Patent No. Wai. Latu
CommMilon Award No. 8930.
second. Ail tliose two certain pieces or
parcels 01 land situate at Wallau, 111 Kelu,
on the Island of Molokal, containing an
egregate area of oioSquire Fathoms, and
ieing an 01 in: una described in Koyal
Patent No. 2320, lnnd Commission Award
S. M DAMON,
Trustee under the will of B. I'. Blshon.
letnn; uasn u.b.u old (Join. UeeJs
at r.,-ensc of purchaer.
For futther particulars apply to Holmes
& Sfanley, 'Af'iornevs for Mortgipees.
Dated Honolulu, October 25th, iqoo.
" ' 1611.U
SIDNEY KOYDforthe last nine ye.irs
Chief Cook of the S S "Australia" has
resigned Ills position and is now Chief
Cook of the rrphrum Co.'s Cafe. He
nks his friends and all others who are de
sirous of enjoying good meals to call there.
Best of rervlce guaranteed and prices
moderate. , 1678-2
They Made Their Pre
sence Known by
RINGLEADER IN GANG
FILL OF COMPLAINTS
Several Slopped Oil Kick About Focd
' on Steamer Powwow Over
Contracts Were Not
The New Orleans Pleniine of Oct. 19
When the Cromwell Line steamer
I'niteiiri arrhcl nt her dock )esti'rc!ay
lurt'iiuuii uv lauorerB, cmil(ijril tiy a
labor iiKciicy In New York, as fluid
liantla for n Hitgar plantation In Hono
lulu were illHcmlmrki'il, but when u
fpeclnl train left I lie city for the west
there were but ninety-two of these mip-
posed laborers remaining. Tho other
had lied, for they hail inner IntemWl
to 1I0 more than rome to New Orleans
with n free ihiimuikp nnd meet frlemli.
These friends were haiiRliiK around the
hlp'a landing when the hlg vessel ir
rlrcil, nnd It 1II1I not tnkc the so-eulloil
eontrnet labor more tlinu half nn hour
Some time ago representatives of th"
Honolulu Sugar Planters- Association
nrranged with a New York agency for
n large number of laboieis. Pully ton
of thesp men. moatlj Italians, wem
gathered ns a result of very uUriuthe
advertising, but when they arrived at
the New York wharf of the Cromwell
steamer nearly nil of the number de
serted. Those who remained behl-ij
wero possibly the best of the lot, for
those who reached the elty yesterday
had evidently been collected from the
tower (pinners and slums of tho b.g
cities. They ennie from Huston. Provi
dence nnd New York, nnd many givo
very strong Indications of liavlng been
closely associated with the extrcme3t
and unclennest poverty.
When the steamer reached the wharf
there wero n number of iilllelalg of tl.o
Southern PncWle line on hand to so?
that they were cared for. .Manager Kay,
Assistant General Passenger Agent P.
S.' Decker, City Passenger Agent Ab
bott and (leiuiiil Agent Morris, of tho
Pullman company, were among the rep
resentatives who had taken the trouble
to personally dlrert the departure of
The laborers, with two women lu
the party, wives of laborers, were ciuar
tcied on the lifter deck, and a speeltl
gangway was run for the neeonimnda
Hon of these thoroughly tinnpprcclnthe
passengers. Two tourist sleepers and
a baggage car were on tho slilotra.k
near the landing, but before tho men
boarded these ears the trouble wlil;h
had been created on the oyagu by on
of the number begun to show Itself. A
tall Swiss, whu had brought to tits
agency eighty of tho number and ro
malned ns their complete ruler, object
ed to every proposition made. He be
gan to complain of the faro glcn on
the ship. The Idea that such 11 claas
of passengers should clulm Unit they
bail been given decomposed food by
the Ciomwell l.lue had Its comical sldo
and the local railroad utllclals, who
know different, laughed at tho Idea.
The agitator saw nt once that Ills move
ment would nut stand unit he ntmudou
ed tho general claim and substituted a
ilulm that the men were forced to eat
haul tack, sailors' blsi tilts. The stew
ard cf the ship, hearing of tho very
bold state. limits of tliU extiemely ener
getic tioiiblvmakcr, walked over to
while the cars lay and faced tho men.
He liiililentally told or the labor mu
tator's action on the ship. During the
first two days he walked around th.)
vessel with u pistol lu his pocket. I1U
actions were so offensive that It became
uecissary for the stew-aid to send for
llio dissatisfied citizen of Switzerland
and give him to clearly understand that
he would have to hide his pistol for
the remainder of the voyage or bo plac
ed In lions. The notice had u very
quieting effect as long as the voyage
lasted, but when once back on dry laud
the spirit arose again.
The pile of Indescribable baggage
was thrown In a heap upon the wharf,
and the varied-looking laborers crowd
ed around their very scant belongings,
while their leader told of their troub
les. This man's name wns John Jen
ben, and liu seemed proud of the fact
that lie Hpoko six languages, although
ho was going thousands of miles for the
purpose, of working as n day laborer In
the hot bun of u sugar enno Held.
As soon as Stewaid Russell had cor
rected the misstatement that the food
of the Crpmwoll steamers wns not
fresh, ."fensen opened a new line of
nigiiment. The Italians In tho party,
numhcilng i.lghty odd, wanted to seo
the Italian consul. They wanted the
contract signed at once. Ho claimed
that before the mtu left New Yoric
they were told they would receive thito
meals a day 011 the steamship, and
again he began to complain, but seeing
the. ship's otllccr near ho rhnnged til a
mind. The men. he added, were alt')
told they would receive 2 a day for
their labor and would have but ten
hours' wnrk. The contracts were not
given the men In New York, but were
brought on board the ship hy II. K. Ho-
vy. rii)rpreiilM the atc.iH')- Ttmwi
eainlr.rl hunks irrWeel fur (welt,
hiitif iit,k ihI th. turn xmil.l Hit
ftirtk Hint Inn fur llir s mini hi. mrrtaM
Hire the railroad nmrlal .t.pitn! in
and ntmmilireil thrlr imnllltiii In h..
Hie nuiilirr. The iiinaul iimiI.I tun n.
ten nt the wharf, nnd tin rtMd -ill
not Intend to hold n train for hour. Jim
Id enltiln lot of iIImaIIMIiM men
limine to hold a uncles coimilinll'in
hlrh riitild easily halo Leen arranged
In New York. Jtnuen ngreed that th
men should go on board the train at
least ami travel to flan rranelscn, but
If tin- rontratU were not nrranged thrc
the men would refine to continue the
vo)nge. He then announced very intui
tu ely that food would have to be fur
bished befori the departure.
After much talk un the part of Jen
sen the cars were finally loaded. Tho
baggaKo ear wns filled with the mis-
rellaiipo'is bsggnge nnd locked, nnd ill
train run down to the ferry. This in
sured holding at liMt n few of the pas
sengers. About 2: HO o'clock In the afternoon
the train pulled out, leaving behind tho
lwent-one men, nnd these men will
have to stay behind. Several of the
number cm bojnl stated that they neur
Intended to sail from San Krnnclsro.
They only wanted to see the country,
.mil would desert nt the points they
fancied the most. They had signed no I
Plllllpinl. nn.l .,,.1.1.1 int .l.n iihIII
'.,...... ....1, ...r.l.l, I1UI Blf.ll 11)1111
they reached the west, and even then
they would not sign unless the contract
Kecrct Afrlcu Pnrocvi-npli.
New York, Nov. 1. The London cor
respondent of tho Tageblatt, says a
Berlin dispatch to tint Herald, learns
from n source which he rantiot disre
gard that tho Anglo-Herman agreement
does actually contain a secret arrange
ment, which has been added to Article
3. This refers to, China and Africa.
The pnragiaph regarding China could
be published without causing any dllll
cnltles, but on account of the para
graph regarding Africa this Is not pos
sible for the moment.
1 think I'll tnke a ride myself this
year on a new 1900 blue Tribune. It
Jccma to bo the popular wheel.
The Annual Meeting of the Stockholders
of WIl.DER'S STbAM'sHII' COMPAQ
will take place at the office of the coinpa..y
In this clt , at 10 o'clock, .Monday morn
ing, November loth. inoo.
S. R. ROSE.
Honolulu. Nov. , tooo. lotit-td
Notice is herebv given that the Pearl
City Cemetery will be open for interment
on and after AU.nday, November 5H1. loco.
A special funeral train will leav e the rail
oaJ stitlon at 2:15 p. m. dally, remaining
ar the cemetery until after all Interments.
1 he rates for transportation are one dol
lar for thecorpe, and fifty cents for the
round trip for mourners.
Plats are now on sale at the office of
the t-empanv ranging In price from t io up,
accurJIng to location and sUr. Ni other
cha-g-s of any nature.
HAWAIIAN CEMETERY ASSOCIA
Rlom 3. Love Building, Fort Street.
MAUNALEI SUGAR CO.. I.td.-The
sixth assessment of ll.eo per share tithe
ivsessame StocK ol Hie Maunalei bcigar
O. due September 5th. 1900, becomes
delinquent this date, and, If not palJ at
once,' will be advertised, sold by auction
and bought in bv the company as 'I reas
Nov. st li . 1000. i(J7Q-3t
1 he Annui! Meeting of the Pacific Hard
ware Co., Ltd., will be heWat its office in
Honolulu, at 10 a. m., on Tuesday, Novem
Business: Election of Officers, Revision
JAS. GORDON SPENCER,
Honolulu, Nov. stli, tqoo. 1679-1 iv
A dividend Is due anJ payable to the
Stockholders of the Inter-lsund Steam
Navigation Co.. Ltd.. at their office.
8ueen street, at lOjo'clock a. m., on Hfj
AY, No ember 1, 1900.
The stock books of the Company will
te closed to transfers from November 2nd
to the 5th Inclusive. C. II, CLAPP,
Honolulu, October 31, 1000. iu75-iw
Consignees of goods are reuuested to call
promptly upon the arrival of stcameis.
Anv goods not called for wlth'n forty
elrht liours after thr nrrlvtit nf a ci,.im,r
will be stored In the stone warehouiel
opposite the wharves of Wllder's Steam
ship Co. and a storage charge of twenty
ive cents a package per day, or fi.ooa
week, will be made. Any goods held over
three mouths will be sold at auction to
cover storage charges.
VYII.UEK'3 31 r.AMailli' IwUmi'APiT.
itockbolders areJiereby notified that the
r'oufthAsessment of 5 per cent or two and
ine-half dollars per share on the Capltil
Stock of THE I.NTER ISLAND TELE
jRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payable
luly 1st, at the office of the uncerslgncd,
III Port street. J.H.FISHER.
Vctg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co.,
Honolulu, June 1, tooo 1(50
THF CITY OFFICE OP THE
Star Dairy Co., Ltd.
Is In the Magoon Building. Room 1, cor
ner Merchant and Alakea streets.
TLLLHH0M1 .MAIN joi.
Dairy Telephone; Blue 3171,
i&pS-im A. B. DOAK, Manager.
75 and 79KlnKStreft1.
TKI.KPHONK NO SL
NOW U lbs tlm. to net loaln tm
liro.k.gea ee.n to, and jaxrt
Roofs Put In Orcftie
Bjr jwrnpetont wutlrjaWti,
For the Plumbing
On that new home Hint yro u
about to build or tlin nlf..w,...
yon are intoudlna to ami an
yonr property. Cull and
ana ct an estimate.
JAS, HOTT, Jr
Practical Tirmmith antf P1V
Shop: Boretaiila street, 4 ifoavia ,:.
of Punchbowl. Pbona S.
Hour. 7 a. m, to 5 p. in.
Jobbing promptly atteucM te
W.H.Dabtn h w .
eoDolnlD Sheet lelal Worii
Galvanli.d Iron Skylights and YfAo.
Conductor Pip. and GutUr WV.
KlcbaiJa S trial, bet t..o and Maacttaa.4. taWataii
WJebblOf (roa.tlT anen.el tt.-ajM.
Tel.Vhltel. i.,0. lViK
O. H. Brown,
Slibte'.Kh'IKJ, bU"nTOa' Trmv
iMumbingmie"-''116 0" "eh" "
BOARDING AND LIVEflT
Kigs sont to any part of tlic
HACKS -AT- ALL -HOURS
TEL. BLACK 14U
KINO OP THE....
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Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
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SUble 'Phone, tr
Uack Hund 'Phone., 319 and ftr
O: II KELISNI.
Drays tor Freight
Our representative meets all roctnijis.
steamers from the Coast t-A dicvSr!
baggage on all outgoing steamer
Willie and Black Sand Fur Stir
Office with livening Bulletin. ceKlnr
street. I el. Mi.
. W. LARSEjfr
Pacific Transfer Co.
tr Klne St., seal to Ualley'a Odtrjc.
Exphess Wagons, Drat?
Lumber Wagons and
Dump Carts : : : ; :
Always on Hand.
Trunks, Furniture anJ Safes CarefaVr "---
- TElEPIle3N J.
FOR BALL AST ir
f White and Bl.1cfcS.1nci
( In Qti.tntitit-t in Sut.
ZORAL AND SOIL FOB SILL
tfflr Dump Carta furnUhesl InrMvA.
on Hour's Notice,
11. K HITCHCOCK.
Merchant St., in M. D. MansxtJt's tfix-.
4 GOOD THING
4 UJ2 O
Ohla, Algeroba and Pine FiKtaf
Oat and Split (ready for ttwacovj
STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH OtHLI
WHITE AND BLA0KS4HD
Iiweat 1'rlccH. ilcllverett tucuif pan
I Qotan Hlrt
Kino Job Printing at