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Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM BANi FRANCISCO. I FOR SAN FnANCISCO.
Zcalandla Dec. 10
Mariposa Dec. It)
Zealandla. Jan. 2
Sonoma Jan. 8
Alamoda Jan. 10
Sierra Jan. 2
Alameda Feb. 9
Ventura Feb. 19
Alameda Mch. 2
Sonoma Mch. 12
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers the agents ire pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail'
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
York by any steamship lino to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G- Irwin & Co., Limited
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental anil Oriental Steamship Cc, 0 Tojo Klsen Kalsba
. Dieassert cf tbe alov. coaspaniee win call at Honolulu and leav. tbla eotl oo of Atom kt
For Japan and China:
Nippon Moru .
Rio ill Jauelro
America Maru ..
.. . fee a
Far general Information ipiy
H. Hackfeld &
WSltemeti of iba above Una. cunning In connection srltb tbe CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO
tetveen Vancouver, b Can! Sydney, N. S. W., and calling at Victoria. C. C, Honolulu and Brisbane
ra DUK AT HO'tOl.fJI.i; on or about toe datai bfow Hated vln
OM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, t. C.
for briatan. anaayaneyt
. 1 Warrtmoo Dec. e a
WTVoaib tlcktti Uiu4 froa Hoootslo lo Ciotdi. UalUl St to tol Eat opt. Foff Fralf fet ao
Fcinct ttd all rtatril loforBttloti, apply lo
Theo. H. Davlcs &
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST
S. S. "AMERICAN" has left New York for this port via San Francisco,
Tacoma, Seattle and Nanalmo on October 30th.
S. S. "HAWAIIAN" 'Villi be dispatched from New York en or before De
cember 30th for San Francisco, Puget 'Sound and Nanalmo en route to Hono
lulu. Freight received at company's wharf, 42d Street, South Brooklyn, at all
For further particulars apply to
H. HAUKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Wilder Steamsbio Co., Ltd.
8. 8. Klnau,
UOLOKAI, MAUI, HAWAII.
Will sail from Honolulu on
Tuesdays at 12 noon, for Kau
akakal, Lahalna, Maalaea Bay, Klhel,
ttakena, Kawalbae, Mabukona, Lau
janoehoe and 11 Ho.
Returning will sail from Hllo on
frldajs at 10 a. m., for above named
ports, arriving In Honolulu on Satur
days. Passengers and freight will be taken
tst Hbkena, Mahukona, Kawalbao, III
, Hakalau, Honomu, Papalkou and
Passengers and PACKAGES ONLY
rill be taken for Kaunakakal, Lahalna,
dta&laea Day, Klhel and Laupahoenoe
8. 8. Claudlne.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at p. m. touching at Lahalna, Ka
kulul, Nahlku, Hana, Hamoa and Kl
ahulu, Maul. Returning, touches at
above named ports, arriving In Hono
Itlu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu. Kaupo, once each
8. 8. Lehua.
UOLOKAI, MAUI, LANAI.
alls every Monday for Kaunakakal,
Kamalo, Maunalel, Kalaupapa, Lahal
u, Honolua, Olowalu. Returning ar
rives at Honolulu Saturday mornings.
This company reserves the right to
take changes in the time of departure
and arrlvol ot its steamera WITHOUT
NOTICE, and It will not be responsible
lor any consequences arising therefrom-
Consignees must be at the landing
) receive their freight This com
pany will not hold Itself responsible
for freight after It baa been landed.-
Live stock received only at owner's
This company will not be responsible
lor money or valuables of passengers
situ placed In the care of the pur
Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. These fall
UC to do so will be subject to an ad
Itlnnn! chares of twenty-Avis nr-r rent
Tho company 'will not be liable fat
loss ot, nor injuiy to, nor tlcmy in tie
llvei v of bagaee or pciponal effects of
jmst-nRt-'ro. or fi eight of shippers, bee
yuuu the amount of $100, unices tUo
. value ot the same be declared when io
eelved by the Company, and an extra
charge bo made therefor.
All employes ot the company are for
hidden 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 of the
Bhlppers are notified that It freight
la shipped without such receplt it will
B solely at the risk ot the shipper.
O. L. WIGHT. President
B. B. ROSE. Secretary.
CAPT. TK CLARKJP PortPupt
Zealnndla ....'...... Dec.
Alameda Dec. 20
Zcalandla Jau. S
Sierra' Jan. 8
Alameda Jan. 23
Mariposa Jan. 31
Alameda Feb. 13
Sonoma '. Feb. 19
Alamjda i Mch. 6
Sierra ,..t i '.. Mch. 12
Alameda Mch. 27
Ventura Apr. 2
For San Francisco:
Rio da Janeiro
America Maru .
Gaelic ... .
. Dec. is
Co., Ltd., Agents.
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria and Vancouver (B. C):
. Mlfcwtra Dec. iq
Co., Ltd., Gcn'l Afecnts.
ACROSS THE CONTINENT ITtOH
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM AN rUANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Onlv FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Buber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meats a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General' Agent,
i5 Third street. Portland, Oregon
D. W. HI rCHCOCK, Get eal Agent,
No. I Montgomery St., San Francisco,
b. L. LOMAX. U. P. Si T. A..
147 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Go.
From and After January 1, 1849
STATIONS. Dally Dally
(OntwarS) as. Sua. '-ally ai. Son. Dally Dally
AM. AM. AJS. pj.' pif
Honolulu tie g si it..) t is g io
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BwaMIII I) io ol iam log in.
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Walelua 11 si .... . ....
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(toward) an Sua. Dally Dally Dally
AM. AM. PJa. pjir.
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Paul City e i) I. nyo 4 s,
onelntn su l.)i eos ia
F. C. Smith, Qen'l Pass, it Ticket
P.P. nrmiwm. 8npfrlnutnilnl.
Violin - Studio
Room 4. love Building.
Mrs, Annis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, ' rsllfinon "
720 Eeretanla treett Tel, nu. 1617 tf
E. K. KAAI,
Toscher of '-,ltar, Mandolin, Zltbs
Ukulele and Taro Patch.
Orders to be left cure of Wall, Nloholr
Oo, r V'trom Mnslo Oo.'s UMf
News of Shipping
Along Water Front
The ship Kennebec will clear for Port
Tovvnsend not later than Monday.
The Walaleale Wednesday towed the
Kanle Adele Into port from Klecte.
The ship John Currier sailed from
Seattle for Honolulu on the 16th lnsr,
The barkentlne Quickstep departeJ
from Llverctt for Honolulu on tho l'tli
The schooner Hosamond cleared from
San Francisco for this port on Nov.
Ihe S. N. Castle Is at the railroad
wharf taking on the balance of the su
gar crop, and will leave no later thaii
The transport Logan has been on the
dry dock In San Francisco. She may go
out on December 16th. taking the Law
Tho damage done to natal wharf No.
2 by the recent kona storm was such
ns to occasion the replacing of a num
ber of piles.
The Island steamers ucro busy tak
ing on freight on Wednesday beoul
the time set for departure. It bolus
quite late when they got away from
There was recently launched at Ny
ack on tho Hudson the torpedo boat
Arrow, which was designed to attain
the rcmarkablo speed ot forty-two
knots an hour. Should she attain this
wonderful speed It will make her the
fastest csscls of her class afloat.
A cable to tho New York Sun from
ilclfast sa: Seven bundled tons of
ship plates mndo by the Ltikcns Iron
Company nf Pennsylvania have been
rejected by the cunslgncis here. It Is
stated that the plates failed to mrt
the requirements of Llod's suivcy.
Tho A. U. Hopes with 3900 tons of
sugar for tho American Sugar Kenning
Company arrived at New York on the
ICth Inst. The arrival of the above ves
sel makes this the fourth shipment of
Hawaiian Hiigar to arrive nt domestic
Atlantic ports for tho month of No
vember. The S. S. Mariposa glided Into the
harbor and up ,to the Oceanic wharf
Wednesday night, after a qulcq trip of
C das 2 houls and 11 minutes from
San Francisco. She had a good sized
passenger list. A rough passage is re
ported down otherwise better time
would hate been made.
Tho seven additional centrifugal u
g.11 drjlng machines comprising about
twenty tons and consigned to the Ho
nolulu plantation was moved todiv
fiom the P. M. 8. S. Co. wharf. Tht
Illtdon Iron Works ot San Francisco
nre the contractors for the erection ot
tho nmchlncry under tho supervision
of their agent here 1'. Schneider.
Tho present status of the Nlcnragu 1
canal bill Is certainly favorablo for Its
passage. At the last seaslon of Con
grcss the bill passed the House, and It
Is on the Senate calendar with a favor
able comrultteo report, nnd by unani
mous conxent has been made tho un
finished business 011 and after Decem
ber 10th. one week from the day Con
John D. Sprockets was among tho
California colony of Greater New York
during tho week ot Nov. 10 Ho has been
In Philadelphia for several weeks ovoi
looklng the llnlshlng touch on hlj
splendid new vessels now being con
structed for tho Oceanic Steamship Co
by tho Cramps ship ard. Mr. Sprc li
tis Is a very busy man, and seldom tar
ries long In Gotham.
Several bailing vcssila docked at the
various wharves yesterday from tho
Coast. They were all long overdue,
nnd thcli uirivul will relieve tho anxi
ety of the ugents and owners. The fol
lowing arc those that unived, together
with the name of tho wharf where they
inn lie found: St. Katharine, Ilrencr's
wharf, W. Q .Irwin, Irmgard wharf;
Planter, flshmurkct wharf, and the J.
C. 0 lade ut Suieiison's wharf.
WrlteiH In Oriental pnpim say tint
public opinion In Japan Is much ex.
died against tho master and omcrs
of the steumci Matstijjmo Maru, whlih
took flro near Seen SSakl. Tho niastnr
nnd olllrcrs dcxci ted her in small LoaU
Having her now to tho teiriblv fate
which must have befallen them hud
not tho Mntsu Maru happened to so)
some passengers on the burning ves
sel and proceeded to their assistance.
Tho omcers have ull been arrested und
are awaiting trial.
Ibo trustees of tho San Francisco
Chamber of Commerce at a nuetl.13
held riccntly passed a resolution ask
ing Senators and Heprcsentatlves to
urgo the Secretary of the Navy to omit
the name of California from tho list of
proposed cruisers and wait until n bit
tleshlp Is constructed, so that the name
of tho Golden State could be nppllcl
to one of tho largest vessels In tin
navy, Six now cruisers arc being built
and tho Secretary of the Nnvy has de-
tided to namo one of them California.
The steamer Sonoma, tho t-eiond ot
the new Australian llneis built fpr the
Oceanic Steamship Company, sailed on
November 17th from Philadelphia fin
San I'raui Isco. '1 ho steamei Is In com
mand of Captain Hayward, who was
formcrl) master of the Mariposa. Tin
Sierra, tho (list of tho company new
steamers, Is expected hero from Phila
delphia on the 21st or 22d ot this
month. It was at first calculated that
In the worlJwiilJuwhat
ha done In thtiuianji of caiee.
IT riinttnueTui'i SenJ lor
' UOOKUT SO 1." AUreet
fUinetlc Elaitlc Truaa Co.,
(0 Market Street, San Fdaicisco
the Sierra would be here In time to
make the next voyage to Australia, for
which reason the Moana of the Union
Steamship lino was withdrawn from
Plans hnve been made by the Amcrl
can llrldne Company for the erection
and opetatlon at an early date In tho
Pittsburg district of the largest nnd
most complete brldgc-bulldlng and
structural plant In the world.
The mammoth works will cover a
tract of forty acres, with n river front'
age of at least half a mile. The plant
will employ about 2.000 men. and lis
erection Is estimated to cost $1,000,000.
Involved In the scheme of the bridge
company Is the manfacturc on cxtcn
she lines of steel barges and hulls for
use In river trntne.
A site has alrcad) been optioned for
the works and construction of the
works will begin within three months
Uetwecn 120.000 and 150.000 tons of tho
finished product will be turned out In
'1 he report of Commissioner of Navl
ration Chamberlain, made public on tho
18th Inst at Washington. sas the past
fncal jcar has been the most prospr-
ou period known to American shlii'
pint? for jears. Returns for tho cur-
rnnt fiscal )ear promise nn even more
For tho first time since tho Civil War
tin documented tonnage of tho United
St itir exceeds C.OOO.OflO tons. On June
.10, 1000, American documented tonnage
comprised 23,333 vessels o! fi.lGI.SIO
trosg tons, nn Infrense of HW.OOO toni
over tho previous car. Our maximum
tonnage fas 5,539,813 tons In 1SG1. O.ir
shipping, the reports adds, In ISO! wxs
nirgcr than that of France and Gcr
r.aiiy and nearly equaled that of tb
llrlt'sh Fmplre. American vessels nre
tln-oift wholly confined to tho coasting
trade, which employed Inst car 4,335
1 1 J tons, or more than the total ton
nage of Germany nnd France.
Tho state of perfection In carrying
capacity that the So-called tramp
steamers havi reached is something
marvelous. A "tramp" among shipping
circles Is a cargo steamer that Is built
for that purpose solely, nnd with lit
tic or no accommodation for pasien
gcrs. There nre many glades oftramps,
from the magnificent cargo carriers of
ten or twelve thousand tons owned by
big lines nnd designed as auxiliaries to
their regular passonj.""- service, these
being the aristocracy of trumpdom,
down to the small, cheaply built steam
ers which look more like exaggeratoj
steam barges than anything else. Tho
principal ports of origin ot tho tram pi
are on the northeast coast. From l.io
Tjne. the Tcch nnd tho Wear, they
come In fleets, and on tho banks of
those murky rivers hard headed ship
builders and engineers nre forever re
volving the problem of how to cany
the largest cargo at the qulckct rate up
on tho smallest expenditure of coal.
Uncle Sam Protects
A complaint was entered before l.
8. Shipping Commissioner W. P. Hoyl
recently b William Moffatt, a sailor
from the Star 'of ltussla, In which lie
charges W. P. McCarthy tho sailor
bunding house keeper with refusing to
H.iiicn'dcr his clothing. The Unite 1
.States shlppng laws are very explicit
on this point, and the prompt return of
the sailors clothes prevented McCarthy
from becoming badly mixed up wPh
It seems this Is not the first violation
ot tne shipping laws by McCarthy and
tho government ofliclals propose to
round him up with short shift In fu
ture. Shipping Commissioner W. P.
Uojil Is In receipt of the following from
H. T. Chamberlain, Commissioner nf
Navigation, dated Washington, Oct.
2H. Warning to Shipping Mnstorr.
Im.11 ding house keepers, and others,
violation of act of Dec. 21, 16US. The
I'nlted States Circuit Court. Southern
L!.rlct of New York, 011 October 2J
1300. sentenced to n fine of 100. ship
ping master for violation of Bcctlon 21
of 'lie net uV Dec. 21. 1S98, In the cne
o an Amerl-nn vessel. Failing to paj
tl.c line tho man was Imprisoned."
Section 21 fully covers the case of
McCnrtliy under which section ITo hits
n ndere"! himself liable to both fine and
Imprisonment. Tho section goes on to
statu that under no circumstances shull
11 boarding houso keeper hold a sailor's
wearing outfit for debt. It then goes
on In substance ns follows: That no
allotment except ns provided for In
this section shall bo lawfctil nnd any
persons who shall falsely claim to be
s'icli relative ns nbovo descrlber (sea
section) of n seaman, under this se--tlon
or shal make n false statement of
tho nature or amount ot any debt
claimed to be due from any seaman un
der this section shnll for every such
effenso bo punishable by a lino not ex
ceeding $500 or imprisonment npt ex
ceeding six months at the discretion of
The entlro section which covers every
ponilli'e contingency and is frame 1
with the view ut throning safeguuM'
mount those who follow tho sea and
pu.tect them from the sailor Iwardlug
ho'isc keeper Tho section applies as
well to foreign vessels as to vessels of
the United States, provided that uti
treaties In force between United States
.iiidTorclg nvesscls do not conflict.
Tbe ever popular Rainier beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you have a glass of Seattle," Ib morn
often heard than anything olse. The
Criterion Saloon baa the beer on tap or
Fine Job Printing at
IN THE CIRCUIT OQtm, FIRST CIRCUIT,
Territory of Hawaii .ftf potate-at rimrr In
the matter ol Itie etate of ManuaM K'meUwala, late
of Kahaluu. Koolaupoko, Oahu, deceaiei, In'eitate
Petlilon having teen fi ej tv Mta Klmlilil
Kana, niece of la J Int.ita e praying that Utter of
AJmlnlttretlon u on aaU eatate tc Imjei to C Kana
ani Henry Maul
Notice is hereby given hat MonJa the list Jiy of
December A l fonn, at io o clock a m In the
Judiciary HuilJIna; Honolulu IsaprnintrJ the time
anJ place for nearln? sali petition hen ani where
all persons concernej mey appear ani show cause II
any they have why aaU petition shoulJ not be grant
ed Honolulu. November ectti 1900
lly the Court
i6oj-Nov aj. 10, Dec r, u Clerk.
IN THE CIRCUIT CCURT, FIRST CIRCUIT OF
the Territory ol Hawaii. In rrotate-at Chambers
In the matter of the eita'e of Jose Antonio it Suva,
late of Honolulu. Olhu. deceatej. Inteifite
Petition havnic been Sled by A de S, Canavarro,
wiriw (11 !., iwcsiaie, praying inai leiicrs or aj-
mln a ration upon said estate be Issued to J ., M,
Notice Is hereby given that FRIDAY, thesistday
in utv.LmDGN, a u, loco, at 100 clock a m , in
th Judiciary building, Honolulu. Is appointed the
time and place lor hearing said petition, whin and
wnere ail persons concerned may appear and show
cause, II any they hive why said petit on should not
Hono ulu, November tjth. 1050
. Dv the Court
A el Corrca for Petitioner (1LORGE LUCAS,
ifSo-.t-Nov in.tt y.,t)ec t Clerk
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST
t-ircuir. 1 errnorv or Hawaii AI cnambers In pro1
bate In Oe matter ol the es'ate of David W. Low
late tj.jel-a.OAhu Jt-i.J
Pet llfn having be.n fi'ed ty James A Low, cousin
ui aiu imraiaie, piaing inai LCIiers OT narfilMltra
t on upon satd es ate bv Issued In Jim A Lnw
Notice is hertby given that Mond , the list day
of U.cembvr, A D , at 10 0 clock a m , In the Judi
ciary Itulldlng Honolulu, Is appointed the ttm. and
place fur hearlna? said cetltlun at which time ant
place all persons conceined may at pear -nd shjw
cause, If Any they have, why Slid peti-lon should not
Honolulu. N vember ee. 1900
By the Court
i6o-Nova,)o Dec? 14 Clerk
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IIRST CIRCUIT OF
rue termor? 01 Hawaii in rrorate-at Chambers
In the miner of the estate nf A A Todd, late of
Apia, iUDiiii, aeceasej, lesisie
The Petit nn and Accoi nt of A Kndare. Fi.ru.
tor nf the will I said deceased wlere n he aks thai
his accounts be examined and approved, and that a
final order be made ol dlstilbutlon of the proper y
remaining n his hands to the persons thereto emitted,
and discharging him fr m all further responsibility
It I MrJttfJ, thai IRIDAY. th t3th Jjy ol D-
Cftnbfr A t koo t ten o'clock a m ntCrum
let. In iht JuJicUry UUIJIni; At Honolulu, bcvii
thetamr hurK It afpolnk.. tli tlire n4 pUc
lor hcArlnjriAlJ Pet tionanj Accounti ind that a'l
person InttMMtfd may itim an J triers rPr anJ
vhow cu:, II e.r.y they hue wliy the it-e thoulJ
Hon nt u u Gait j, Nmerrbvr nth, .
HylhiLourl J A thUMPSON
W. R CitiltAniP L Wraer lr the Executor
i6ttt4t NoviC, aj jo, Dec ?
Notice to Creditors.
ESTATE OF ISAAC N HAYDEN, DECEASED.
NOTICE U hereby etven to the Creditors of nJ aM
reftoni ha Inr clilmt Airalnkt thtetlatvof (h
aboteramei UaacN Havien. to present their claims
.0 ire unjersiicnej iuiy at.ncniicaiea ana whii t roper
vouchers, If any ekUt (een If the cialmlt secured y
tnortcare urnrt rial estate) either at his residence or
"lacv of tailness, within months of the data of
GEORGE R CARTER,
Admlnlitrjtor of the Estate of I N Ha Jen
Honolulu Nov t ityxt i6ttNqv ,q i6,i,jo
IH THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTH
CIRCUIT, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
FRANK LOUIS vs MARIA GLORIA COSTINA
The Republic of Hawaii To tut Marshal ol the
Hawaiian Island, or his Deputy, Grrttlnr.
Ynu aretommaniel to luramon MARIA GLORIA
kji-irnaani in .tr n nau 11 written
V1THIN TWENTY DAYS After service
hereof, to be and appear belurt the said Circuit
Court at the Secternber Term threot. in h hnldun !
Llhue. Uland ot Kanat, on WfcDNbSDAY, the )th
Jay of Sip ember rest, at 10 o'clock a m., to show
cau ewhy the claim of Frank Louis, plaintiff, should
not be awarJei to him pursuant to the tnor of his
anneitd Libel for Divurce And have vou then tnere
mis wrii wnn ran return 01 yourproceejin.stnereon,
Wltni ss Hon. J. Hardy, Judge of the Circuit Court
of the I fth Circuit, at Llhue, Kauai, lhlsTlA J of
I hereby certify the foreftninfr to be-a true And enact
salJ Court orirred publication ot ihe same and a
iry onne oncirai summons n sa'J cause anJ thai
continuance of sal J caum untli th next March, iqci,
irim iii inn .uuri
Dated Llhue, Kauai, Sertember jfth tom
HARRY D WISHARD
M'THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TBE FlFTd CIR
CUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
KAAPUWAI Ic vs. F. IISTlFMANIsr ;.,mmnn
The Territory of Hawaii To the II ch Sheriff of the
Territory of llawa t, or h's Deputy, the Sheriff nf the
Is. an J o Kauai, or his Drruiv. nr itiv (.mtalsU in
theTerrltorj of Hawalh
You 11 comn anded to summon E LINDTMANN
JetrnJatl, In ca he shall Me wrl'te" ANSWLR
WITHIN TWENTY DAYS alter service hereof to b
and apparKtore the ssld Clrcill Court at the Sep
tmKr Term thereof, t b hnlden at Lthue. Uland of
Kaital.onWLDMSDAY the sth day ut Stitember
rext at io nclok a m to sti w cause why th
claim of Kaapuwal -, ptati tiff, should not be awarded
to him pursuart t -the tern r of his anneved Petition.
Ana nave you men mere mi writ with full re urn of
your prcc e Jin en 'hereon
witness nnn. jacoD nany. JiUje ol nt Circuit
oin of the Filth Circuit, at Llhue, this oth day of
(Slened) HARRY D. WISHARD
I bcreby cerMfy the fofenolne lo t e a irur and eiact
copy of the original sunmuns In tad caue and tfit
lAld Court ordered rublkailun ot the same and a
ront nuance of said cause urtil the next March, toot
term of this Court.
Dated Llhue, ertrmter t th ton
HARRY D WISHARD
Of Real Estate!
Bv virtue of an orJrr nf 5li miili. h
Hon. A S. Humcltrfv. First IiiJcf nf th
Circuit Court of the Hirst JuJIclal Circuit,
on the 5th day of Noemb:r, 1000, I will
sell at public auction at the auction rooms
of JAS. F. MORGAN, on Queer, st eet,
nuituiuiu, uauu, tin me
1st Day of December, 1900,
AT 12 O'CLOCK. NOON, all the rleht.
title and Interest of Carl JuIIuh not
ing, minor, being an undivided tine-fourth
Interest, In and to those ctrtaln premises
situ te on King strict, Honolulu a otesald.
rounded and described as follows :
Commenc ne on the West Comer nf Lot
No. 48. on KIne street, adiolnlne Lot J7.
40J.6 feet from the corner of Kins ar.d
Victoria sirteis, and running : I. b., ty
18': E true 152.5 ftet along Kins street;
2. N. 20" 42- E.. true 202 I feet alontr the
remaining portion of Lots 70 and 49 to
Young street ; ?. N. 68" 56' W true
52 5 teet along Toung strert : 4. S. 20"
42' W., true 291.3 Itet along Lots 72
nni 47 to Initial p .Int. Alea one and 2-
too acres , comprising Lots 4H and 71, and
the uesterlv lulf of Lots 40 nnd 70 as laid
out on Government Map uf Kulaokaliua
flams i and being tlie premises described
In Grant 291 and a portion of Grant 292
These premises jie in a high state of
Improvement tnd are sltu-ited In one nf
the most desirable neighborhoods In Ho
nolulu, being bntmded on the one side
(Waiklk ) bv the premh.es of Pau Neu
mann, lifq., and Lit the other side (Ewa)
by the premises of Mrs. Kate L. VIJi
TERWS-Cish. Deed at purch tser s
expense, and sile subject to the confimu
tlon by the Court.
uaied wo ember mil. 1900
Guardian of the property of Carl Julius
N, B. The remain ne three-fourths In.
lerests In said premises will be sold at the
same time and place.
HUNTING, SHOOTING. OR THE
carrying of firearms on any of the U0J1
ow ned or leased by the Dowsett Company,
Ltd., Is absolutely forbidden.
Tresspassers will be prosecuted to the
full extent of the law,
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
1 604-2 w Manager.
The stock books of the WalmjTuIn
Sugar Company will be clos'd to trans
fers from No ember 28th to 30th, Inctur
slve. W. M. GIFFARD.
lC99-3t Treasurer, Walmanalo Sugar Co.
An adjourned meeting of the Peoples
Ice & Fefg. Co., Ltd., will be held at the
rooms of the Hawaiian Safe Deposit Co..
on MONDAY DECbMBER jrd, looo.it
10 o'clock a. m.
WM. O. ATWATER,
Honolulu, Nov. 28. j goo. ?!'
All bills owing by the Officers Club,
N. G H , must be presented fcr payment,
properly approved, at the office of Ashley
?fid Parts, Merchant street, on or before
Dec. 5th., 1900.
W. G. ASHLEY,
Stockholders are hereby notified that the
Fntlfth Assssmnf .if r rwrMtnrhm..
one-half dollars per share on the Capita!
n-V nf THE IMTCD ICI aSjr, -Tljl c
3RAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payabla
July 1st, at the office of the undersigned,
lt Fort street. J.H.FISHER.
Actg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co.,
Honolulu. Jun 1. loop. jtja
, The B. F. DILLINGHAM CO. LTD.,
nA Intr t.tUn th Atrtu- nf th nt a a
SUGAR COMPANY, LTD., all assess
ments cue on me stocK 01 mat company
are nosv payable at the ot-ce of said Tltt
B. F. Dillingham Co., Ltd., and all trans
fers of Stuck ul.l he in.i.ii- tlinuit.li llirf
office. J. P. COOKE.
Treasurer Olaa Sugar Co , Ltd.
Honolulu, Nov. 19, 1000. ifoi-toL
Nctlce Is hereb) given that hePearJ
City Cemetery will be open for interment
on and after Monday, November 5th. tooo.
A special funeral train will leave the ralr
roid station at 2:1$ p. m. dall,renialnltl
at the ctmetery until after all Interments.
The rates for transportation are one dol
lar for the corpse, and lifty rents for the
round trip tor mourners.
Plats are now on sale at the nfflrni!
the rompany ranging In price from f to up,
according to location and size. No other
chatges of anv nature.
HAWAIIAN CEMETERY ASSOCIA
Rlom 3, Love Building, Fort Street.
Election of Off leers.
The following were elected nffi.-irs mtiA
directors of the KONA SUGAR CO.. at
the annual meeting held Saturday, Nov. it,
for the ensul 'g year: J. M. Mr Chesney,
president; W. L. Hopper and W.W.Hall,
Vice president-: F. W. McChesnev. trt-
urer; E. O. White, Secretary; J. S. Walker.
auuuor v,ecn uruwn, director.
E.O. WHITE. Secretary.
Honolulu, Nov.24. 1900, l6oS-)
Election of Officers.
At tlieadiourned Annual Mn-tW if if..
stockholders of WIl.DER'S STEAMSHIP'
COMPANY, held on this date, the follow
ing officers tt ete elected to serv e durlnr the
C. L WIGHT, President.
W. G IRWIN, Vice-President.
S. B. ROSE, Secretary and Treinirer.
W. F. ALLEN, Auditor.
The above omcers. with K. D. Tmnm.
W. Pfntenh.sner nn,l f r UM... .
prise the Board of Directors. '
3. t KUSb, beattary.
Honolulu. Nov 26th. 1900. l(n7-iu
Election of Officers.
Th fnllnulntv it r fi, niTh.fi .
directors of the MAUI SUGAR CO., Ltd.,
at tne annual meeting held on Saturday,
lUt ClllUC J.
Yee CIipii, Vice-president
Wong Kwal, Treasurer.
T. Kat Poo, Secretary.
C. Dl 1 Sing, )
i.ee t-tiu. 1
Young Chew Quon,
1. ming nym,
T. KAT POO.
Noirtfir Mint Cmis tf.
Honolulu. Nov. 24. 1900 ' tOAit
Klhel Acisessnient Nolloe.
Thf Mill Atvctm.nt nf ? rt. 4 . .
share, brcame due on the 1st of August.
"A", 1 c-iauy Dnng irom septemDer fst,
looo. and del nouent nn thi sntl, nf sr.
tember, 1900. iJeiincjuents are now pub
lished nn.1 Ulll h nl.t At ,11tlnnAn ,1..
!20th ot Novcinhcp, 1900.
rllf nth Atvtnnt nf r.r np f, m n-
share, became due on the nt cf Srptember,
iugo, penalty Dranug irom August 1st,
10.0. and dellnatient nn the nsrnfD.r
1 he IDtll Asvssmnt nf e" nrtt en n.
share, became due o-i the tst of October
iijuo, ucars renanv irom November 1st
1000. and will be delinquent nn Niu.mW
1 he llth AsFmrnt i,f er ne , rr -.
tnare. luit hin ls.l.it tn h.nm. t.,. .n
payaole on the 15th of November.
1000, will bear penalty fiom Dcemlw
15th, 1900. becoming delinquent on the
15th of January, 1901.
J. P. COOKE.
iri-.isurr. K h.l Pl-in ).... r-A I .a
Honolulu. November loth, 1000 16S1 11
Pltifiuc In South Africa.
Cupo Town, Nov ii, In touiitx-
ton with tho pltiKuo, Sir Alfred SU,
ncr, tho British High CommlHsloner.
hau proolnlmi'd Unit nil the oast toa
DOrtB of rlfllltn Afrlnn lmtwn..n SV.
Tenth and Fortieth parallela are b.
icwj-iNov , 15, 22, 29, 30. John Ena.
UJ&Jd W .11