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THBBVENJNO.. BULLETIN. JIONOLULU, . H. 3TOtiSDjsV, MiCrJMHlM 5, 1900.
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Oceanic Steamship Company
Tbt steamers of thli tine will trrlre
KIIOM SAN FIIANCISCO.
Zealand! Dee. 10
Marlrosa Dee. IV
Zealandla Jan. 2
Sonoma , Jaiif 8
Alameda Jan. J9
Sierra Jan. 21
Alameda Feb. I
Ventura "" Feb- 19
Aluneda...; '..... Mch. 2
Sonoma Mch. 12
In connection with the tailing 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 Jo the United States, and from New
York by any steamship line to all European ports.
. FOB FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Win. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Go, 0 Toyo Kisen Kaisba
.. Sieemere of tae abort coapaoiaa will ull at Honolulu m leava tb.il port oa f steal laa
For Japan and China:
Rio da Jaielro...
rf faoeral laforaa'ion tpr
H. HacKfeld &
aVViuMti at tta at&a liaa. milif la f CrUMllOB wtlb ta CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
viMovnr, d. u. toa aya&tjr, n. t w.,
at nuiiububu oa or awM
OM VAMCOUVIR AND VICTORIA. B. C.
Fer Brla.aa. n Sremr i
............. I Warrlmoo ...Dec. at
v.ort ticket, leiae. troa Hoaolula to Caaala. Ualul SUM ui Surcce. For Fr.lebt ao
'ail aa. all taaatal Igtoraiatloa, apply to
. Thco. H.Davlce&Co.,Ltd., Gcni'l Afccnte.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
8. S. "AMERICAN" has left New York (or this port via San Francisco,
Tacoma, Seattle and Nanalmo on Oitober 30th.
S. S. "HAWAIIAN" -will be dispatched from New York on or beforo Do.
cember 30th (or San Francisco, Puget Sound and Nanalmo en route to Hono
lulu, i t
Freight received at company's wharf, 42d Street, South Brooklyn, at all
For further particulars apply to
H. HACKFELD& CO., LT,D.,
Wilder taliiD Co., Ltd.
, 8. 8. Klnau,
1IOLOKAI, MAUI; HAWAII.
Will sail from Honolulu on
Tuesdays at 12 noon, (or Kau
akakal, Labatna, Manlaea Bay, Klhel,
ttekena, Kawalhae, Mahukona, Lau
Vtnoehoe and Hllo.
-Returning will sail from Hllo on
frldaya at 10 a. m.. (or above named
porta, arriving In Honolulu on Satur
tays. Passengera and (reight will be taken
It Hakenu, Mahukona, Kawalbae, Hi
ts, Hskalau, Honomu, Fapalkou and
FaMengsn and PACKAGES ONLY
ill be taken (or Kaunakakal, Lahalna,
Ualaea Bay, Klhel and Laupahoehoe
8. 8. Claudlne.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at I p. m. touching at Lahalna, Ka
hulul, Nahlku, Hana, Hamoa and Kl
pfthalu, Maul. Returning, touches at
ahove named porta, arriving In Hono-
BmIm Dnndiv mnmltlffa.
WU1 call at Nuu. Kaupo, once each
6. 6 Lehua.
MOLOKAI, MAUI, LANAL
alia every Monday for Kaunakakal,
fXamalo, Maunalel, Kalaupapa, Lahal-
M, Honolua, Olowalu. Returning ar-
ItVM at Honolulu Saturday mornings.
Thli company reserves the right to
uke change In the time of departure
and arrival ot Its steamers WITHOUT
NOTICE, and it will not be responsible
for any consequences arising there
from. Consignees must be at the landing
t receive their (reight Thla com
gaay will not hold Itself responsible
tor freight after It has been landed.
Lire, stock received only at owner's
This company will not be responsible
tor' money or valuable! ot passengers
aaleas placed In the care ot the pur
ler. Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets before "embarking. Those fail
U to do so will be subject to an ad
lltlonal charge ot twenty-five per ceut.
The company will not be liable for
loss of, nor injury to, nor delay In de
livery of baggage of'personnl effects of
parwngtrs, or freight of shippers, be
yond tt.e amount of 1100, unles the
value of the same be declared when 10
.eelved by the Company, and an extra
charge be made therefor.
All employes of the company are for
Hidden to receive freight without de
livering a shipment receipt therefor In
the (orm prescribed by the Company,
and which may be seen by shippers
apon application to the pursers of the
Shippers are notified that It freight
la shipped without such receplt it will
fee solely at the risk ot the shipper.
O. L. WIGHT, President
0. B. ROSE, Secretary.
CAPT. T. K. CLARK Port f apt
and leave thla port ai hereunder!
FOIt BAN FIIANCISCO.
Zealandfa .t.. Dec. 14
Alameda Dec. 20
ZealAndla Jau. 5
Sierra Jan. K
Alameda Jan. 23
Mariposa Jan. 31
Alameda Feb. 13
Sonoma Feb. 19
Alameda Mch. 6
Sierra '.... Mch. 12
Alameda Mch. 2?
Ventura Apr. 2
For San Francltco:
America Maru, ...
,.Dee. a j
Co., Ltd., Agents
ina cn:of t vicioni, 12. w. noooiam ui uriisto
! wow iuin tii i
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria aal Vaactmrar IB. C):
I Micweia Dec. 10
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS OAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
TWO TRAINS OAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Onlv FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleerers. Buffet. Smnl
lng and Library Cars, with Barber
anop ana rieisani Heading Kooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
t5 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, Geteral Agent,
No. I Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. U T7a..
1471 , Omaha, Nebraska.
O. B. & L. Go.
From and After January 1. 18W.
STATIONS. Dally Oallr
(Oatvar.) at. Sua. bally aa. Sea. Dallj Dallr
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HoaolBla : g.i n :ig :i0
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Walaoaa o.a .... 4:4 ....
ahaka , ,,,, ii.-ts
u aaa. uaur Dallr Dallr
AM. AM. PM. ?M.
W4UM (. ,ai &0
J""CH S.11 l.aj 110 4:1a
oaolala l.yj l., ,.oj ,it
F. C, Smith, Gen'l Faas. & Ticket
Q. P. Dshihom. Rnperlntondent.
Violin - Studio
Room 4, Love building.
Mrs. Addis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, ' Mlnon "
720 Beretanla street; Tel. 1114. if37-tf
B. K. KAAI,
Teacher of ' ' itar, Mandolin, Zither
Ukulele and Taro Pitch.
Orders to b left rare of Wall, Nlebnn
Oo; ' V'atromMusloOo.'s 1H
News of Shipping
Along Water Front J
Tlio aehtroner Jennie Wand lame In
yclertlay from llurcka with JTS.wo (I.
u( lumlier, She Is In command uf Cap
talnWnldnlck, while her cargo Is tun
lgnpl tt l.cwprs k Cooke. Thirty-one
In) was consumed In making the tr'p
owing to contrary winds, the captain
.tiring compelled to drift nlong nlmo.it
Who cntlra distance.
The war In Cuba and In the Philip
pines, has Increased the expenditures of
the Government to a much larger de
gree than Is commonly supported, says
l-csllc's Weekly. In tho fiscal year
1897, tho latest year beforo the begin
ning of the Cuban war, tho cost of tho
War Department was. In round figure,
t 19,000,000. and that of tho Navy De
partment In the satno year was I35.t
000,000. In the fiscal year 189S the War
Department cont $92,000,000 and thn
Navy Department $59,000,000. In 1899
tho expenditure for tho former was
J230.000.000 and for the latter $04,00).
000. Tho burden of the two depart
ments In 1900 will probably bo fully as
high as It was Inst year.
In order to meet part of tho Increas
ed expenditure which tho Spanish war
would necessarily entail, tho Traisury.
at the beginning of the war In 1S9S.
borrowed $200,000,000 on bonds. .This
amount was raised promptly.
p. m.T m
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1.40 9 fl
San day .....
Monday .. .,
4 ) 9
A. IS ll l
Hawaiian Standard Time Is 10b, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of tho meridian of 157 39, Tho
tlmo whlstlo blows at 1:30 p. m., which
Is tho same as Greenwich Oh, 0m.
The tides at Kahulul and Hilo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
Tides from tho United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Musters of vessels sailing from this
port for San, Francisco will find thero
a branch of tho U. S. llydrographit:
Officii located In the Merchants' Ex
change, whero Is maintained for their
ncncllt free of charge, completo sen
of charts and directions of the world.
latest Information can bo obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
and all matters of Interest to ocean
VESSELS IN PORT.
ARMY AND NAVY.
U. S. S. Iroquois, Pond, Midway Island,
(This list docs not Include coasters.)
Prince Victor, Nor. bk Sorenscn
lliickfcld & Co.
K'-'nnebec. Am. sp.. Lewis; Hnckteid
GfOigB Curtis, Am. sp., Calhoun, Caa
tit & Copkc Ltd.
ncnuet, I'r. bk., Lodonler.
tinteriirlse, schr., Washington Mercm.
Am. sp. Jas. Nesmlth. Warren, from
Newcastle; coal O. R. & I,. Co.
Am. bk. Planter, .McNeil, S. K.
St. Katharine, Am. bk.. Saunders, S. F.
Aloha. Am. bkt.. Kry. S. R
J. C. Qlaile, Gcr. bk Stegc, Ilrcmen.
W. Q. Irwin, Am. Iig., Geenrnut, S. F.
Jabez I (owes. Anv sp., Clapp; Tacomu.
Jennie Wand. schr.. Wnldwlck. fro.n
Eureka, 278.000 ft. lumber; Lewers &
AiiK'lla Miller, Am. liUtn.. from Tncoma
Alukce Islnnil ftlimlc.
The band will play tho following; se
lections nt a concert on Mnkee Island
this evening, beginning nt 7:30 o'clock:
March Smoky Mokes, IIolzm.111
Overture Ivnn .., Conterno
Selection In Sunny Tennessee ...
(a) Slnco Wc Said Good-bye.
(b) Her Nume Is Rose.
(c) Ilellero Me. Loye.
(d) Maggie O'Connor,
(e) The'Dluo and the Oray (by re
quest). Miss Kelilaa and Mrs. Alapal.
Echo Piece In Switzerland .... Hume
March Ma Tiger Lily (by request)
Intermezzo Salome Loralne,
Jersey Reylew The Mosquito Pa-
Tho Star Spangled Banner.
Down about Sugar Orovo. thero an
seornl families -of KlilltiKfetlllcr of
the solhnud choppers of 'corilwoo.l.
Oho of them the one with the' freckled
fare went to the postofflce at Gun
Tivo the other day to bee if there w
any mull for his people.
"How nre you, Hlramf". said tho
postmaster. "I don't think I'vo seen
you Hliieu tho tlmo when the most Illus
trious im-inher of your trlbo came to
"Which 'mi's that?" asked Hiram,
"Ho must be 0110 o' them Klplln';)
over on Spring Crick." said Hiram.
"Hut I hain't heerd of nnnn of Vm
beln' sick," Chicago Tribune.
a m It.
J l 40 1 1
5 I 09 a a
S 3 n.t I
0 S Hill
10 t 6 1 1
Arrives jn San Francisco
After Good Trip
CLIPS TWO DAVs OFF
ALAMEDA'S FORMER RECORD
Splendid New Boat of Oceanic Compa
ny Draws Admiring Crowds
Capt. Houdlette in
San Francisco. Nov, 25. After a voy
age of over 14,000 miles the Oceanic
Company's new steamer Slerrn reached
port at 7:30 o'clock yesterday morn
ing from Philadelphia nnd docked nt
Pacific street wharf. Forthc remainder
of the day the fine steamship was open
to Inspection and was visited by many
persons. Including numerous men
prominent In financial and shipping
circles. Claus Sprockets was one of
the first to Inspect the 8lerra after tin
vessel docked. In the afternoon a par
ty of business men was shown over the
steamer by John D. Spreckels. head of
the Oceanic Company. The elegance
of the Sierra's furnishings, and tho
modern methods which have been ob
served In her construction were ntina"-
cnt to every body who went aboard. It
was the opinion of some of the most
traveled of the visitors that the now
steamer far outclassed any other pas
senger crart operating In the I'aclilo,
and that In many respects her accom
modations were not behind those of
the best Atlantic liners. Not only is
commodlousness a feature of tho new
vessel, but In convenience of arrange
ment throughout the Sierra was a reve
lation to those who visited the steam
er. There are accommodations for 238
first class passengers on tho Sierra, In
addition to SO second class and 84
steerage. The dining saloon Is on tho
uppef deck, and can accommodate ISO
persons at one sitting. The dining
room for second class passengers, sit
uated on the main deck, will accom
modate seventy-five persons, and llko
the second class staterooms, shows an
almost lavish expenditure In the fur
nishings. There nre sixty-five state
rooms on the upper JecK, and two bri
dal staterooms on the hurricane deck,
wkere also arc the. rooms of the deck
officers, as well as the large social hall.
The hall Is finished In mahogany, with
green plush upholstery and green car
pet. The smoking room aft on the
Hurricane deck Is large, and furnlshe I
In buff leather. There nre ten flrpt
class bathroms with porcelain tubs nnd
marble walls, ceilings and tiling and
two independent showers In marble In
closurcs. Thcr arc fine porcelain tubs
In the Hccond class bathrooms, and on
the upper deck Is n finely appointed
barber shop. An Innovation through
out tho passenger quarters Is the ceil
ings, which nre finished In burlap nml
canvas, toned In colors to suit the fur
nishings. The entire ship can be ven
tilated by forced draught whenever ne
cessary. Captain II. C. Houdlette, formerly of
the steamers Australlaiand M.irlnna.i u
In command of tho Sierra. The other
principal officers arc: Chief Ofllcer, J
II. Trask; purser. N. C. Walton; chief
steward, W. .K. Hannlgan; chief en
gineer. V. II. Nelman; surgeon. Dr.
Soulo. All nro well known and popular
officers of the Oceanic Company, who
have been running out of this port for
years. They speak In praise of Ufa
seaworthiness of tho Sierra. Tho
steamer left Philadelphia, where she
was built by the Cramps shipbuilding
firm, on October 11th, and Capo Hen
lopen on the following day. Tho steam.
cr was detained over thirteen houra off
Capo Virgin, at Sandy point. In tho
Straits fourteen hojirs and off Coronel
one day and fifteen hours, the total de
tention being 2 days, 22 hours and 10
minutes. The total Btenmlng time was
3!) days and 10 hours from Cano Hen.
lopen. The actual time consumed In
tho trip from Philadelphia was 43 days
and G hours, which breaks thr. n-rnnl.
Tho best previous time from New Yoik
ur vicinny was 15 days, made by tho
same company's Btoamer Alameda In
1883. Tho Sierra made over seventeen
knots on her trial trip, and the best
time made on tho trip Just ended waa
sixteen knots an hour for twentv.fmir
hours some clays ago.. The steamer han
twin screws and trlnle-exnanslon en
gines. Thero are 160 persons In tho
qrew. The Sierra will sail on Decem
ber 12th on her first trip to Sydney,
via Honolulu, Pogo Pago nnd Auck-
Twenty-six Lives Lost
(Juebec. Nov. -2l.--The steamer St.
Olaf, roasting between this port and
Lequlmaux point, In the Lower IV.,
Lawrence, has been wrecked off Seven
Islands and nil 011 board perished
nineteen of the rrew nn'll seven passen
Guest fat eountrv )mtllU'hfii i,,-.i
you this morning?
waitress Wo seem to look nt tilings
111 a illnercnt llcht allien imir nuimr.
Ills Newly .Vf.rrle.1 D.iughter Well,
I OUallt til nfter l-fW.nlHliiT ImiHuin
Inmni unil nlnn fanitAltilipn. tn &a.i.
ding presents. Harlem Life.
l, r . u u . .
When Francis M. Hatch
Was Battalion Adjutant
In telling some stories about (leheritl
Joneph I'. Hanger of the Unite I Htits
nrmy In tho New York I'ommerclnl. n
writer relates one Incident wlilc'i !s of
much Interest to Hawaiian renter:
"Years ago," s)s the nnrrntor, "Sjn
ger, then holding the rank of major.
wns for ono or two yenrs detailed on
special duty by the War Department its
Instructor of military tactics nt How
doln College, That was ilurlnic til?
regime of General Chamberlain ui pres
Ident, atid the experiment canm near
breaking up the ancient Inttltutlo'.i. In
the fall ot 1872, as an attraction at the
Sagadahoc county fair at Topshatu, he
llowdoln Uattallon was Invite I to pa
rade nnd she nn exhibition drill.
Major Sanger was In command and
Francis M, Hatch since then envoy
extraordinary and minister plenipoten
tiary from the republic of Hawaii 'to
the United States was adjutant. Tne
troops consisted of four companies of
Infantry and one of artillery with four
brass field pieces, twelve pounders. The
students had been finely drilled nnd tho
exhibition was a howling success,
Probably 10,000 people, mostly country
folk, were tho spectators and they not
only filled the grand stand and eer
Available Inch or ground round about,
but stood up In wagons and on boxes,
barrels and booths to sec the show.
"Finally. President Chamblaln ap
peared In the JudgcS" stand, escorting
Governor Perham, and made signal to
Major Sanger. Instantly the little ma
Jor gave tho order to reverse the guns
so as to face the opposite side of thi
field and to fire the regular govcrnnr'i
salute of 17 guns'. The nrtlllerlsts exe
cuted tho order with tho precision of
West Pointers, and 'bang' went foin
guns In unison.
"Instantly there was the wildest con
fusion nil over the fair grounds. Wo
men and children shrlked, old farm
horses reared nnd dashed off anywhere
to get away, the crowd started pell
mell and began trampling each other,
fences and railings broke, frail booths
collapsed as tho crowds on them movcJ
precipitously, the exhibition cattle bel
lowed, roosters crowed, turkeys gob
bled, dogs barked, and amidst It all thrt
fair officials beglovcd In white cottuu
and bcrlbboned In blue and gold, fa I'd
the fiery little major and shook their
fists In angry protest. Hut the firing
went on with beautiful precision 'ac
tion first .load In three time, fire'
while the major, who had dismounted.
strutted serenely back and forth la
the rear of the battery. Suddenly, In
taking a few rapid paces backward, ono
of his spurs came In contact with an
overturned piece of sod. his sword xot
entangled with his legs, and over went
the little major, turning a completo
somersault) The crowd was too terrl
fled to laugh, the well-drilled Infantry
at 'present arms never changed coun
tenance, and the unphased commander.
as he regained Ills" feet, his dress uni
form all sand and grass, was Just In
time to shout as tho seventeenth round
exploded: 'Cease firing! Prepare to
shift the right wheel!' And the ar
tillery men obeyed with tho precision
of veterans; within five minutes the
whole battalion was marching out of
the grounds In lino form, with Us com
mander, now mounted, in the lead, and
bowing nnd saluting to right nnd left
ns acquaintances and friends recogniz
ed him. The 'smoke, of battlo' hung
heavily all about, wrecked farm wagons
and smart livery buggies lay In heaps
by the wayside, bruised nnd bleeding
men, women and children were every
where in evidence, nnd tho whole fair
outfit seemed temporarily to hne
gone to smnsh but tho band played
'Tho Girl I Left Ilehlnd Me.' white tho
troops retired In perfect order. Nu
merous lawsuits for damages followed,
nnd It wns yenrs before the fair nssoeln
tlon got things straightened out again.
And It never mnile a mllltnry drill n
feature of Its cattle shows any more."
1 ou ahuuU wear
Dr.Plerce's Electric Bell
It citra New Lllean4
En. riry to waak men an4
omrn. SanJ lor"HOOK-
I'lUKCI! ejLUCTKIC CO.,
Large tract of land situated In Nuuanu
Valley, Honolulu, containing 20 acres,
more or less, and known as the Nuuanu
Pall Sa'oon premises, with buildings and
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc.
Apply to A. G. CORRFA,
1702-tf 15 Kaalumanu St,
Will engngt, laborers in
Hie Hawaiian Islands ami will furn
ish them to plantations, individuals,
firms, or corporations ; will under
take contract work and furnish ex
perienced nnd reliable contractors.
Telephone, 210 Main,
P. O. Hox, 877.
ROOM 15. Merchant street, Honolulu
1 tss. 1 m
- M ,-,.pun
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE PIFII
CIRCUIT, HAWAIIAJi ISLUIS.
I KANK LOUIS v. MAKIA (UORIA Cmn
1h UtauMIr nf Haaall tn Ita Mar.1 rfu,.
, Hawaiian ltlaaj , nr sia Dnatr. (....
Vml ar. IrniMtnJii la MirMM UAIrM CllflS'fa
COSIIN. JrlKiJiM, lara- IM .! tta mim
ANSWfRXVlTHINTWENIV IJAV& a(M airw
htraof. to H ari4 ar-r-.r Mara e aac. Chw
Court al tr 5rttrr Tarai tti-rtof, it as Sla a
llhw. Illana of Kanai, on WltlNfcSDAT. aa yx,
Jar ot Sf tnbar 011 atlao'cloca a. aa..
cam. ri)r in. claim of fraak Loan. aCkvaf. aaaae
norbaawarJaJ to him pursuant Is War mmt of fa
annaial UNI for Divirc. AnJbaw
thla Writ with fall i.tura ol rWrr"inaM,
Wltntu Hna. J. Harir, Julia of UicMOv
ot it Fifth Circuit, at Lihua, f iU rkh airl Jar ar
May. ,. o.
(SlrwJI HARRr O. WISMAJ&
I hir.tr cartlfr tha forafolnr to ba a tin. ami aaaei
copy of tha orla-lnal iiimmoaa la Ml. taaaaaa.tur.
aalJ Court vtimS puNlcatKm of aVt tmm lUa
continuarxa of aali cant, until tha aaat Max. mv.
trrm of thla Court.
Datri Lihua, Kauai, SCmtef acta. aaoa.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TBE FIFTI -CUIT,
TERRITORY OF HlWilL
KAAPUWAI k. a. E.LINDEMAKN.-Soaoxn -Th
Territory of Hawaii.- TothaHlfth SurWotra.
Trrrltoiy of Hawa'l, or hia Dtputr. tha SSaraf nt ear
Ia.an4 of Kauai, of oil Deputy, of ar CaaaraMe to
Ih. Territory ol Haall:
Yon a a coman44 to aummon E- UffDFJAAKX
dtl.n4atit.ln caw ho ahall Ala wfltk-n AMSWSt
WITHIN TWENTY DAYS afur wrW;. ., M
an4 appear befora iba aal4 Circuit Court at 8h fM9
t mHr Term thereof, to ha hol4en at Uhu. I ulana of
Kauai, on WIDNISDAY. tha d.r St -r-reat.
at to o'clock a. m., to ih cmttt .fry to.
claim of Kaapu.al a, plaintiff, ahouli rwc be ..UaL
tohlmpurauartt'ithe lenrr ofhli annatnl ret"nv
Ani hava you then theia rtli Writ am f ntf rtoraa r
your proceeding rbereon
Wltneta Hon. Jacob Harly. Juice nt is. Graft
("ouri of tha Fifth Circuit, alllhue, raft o Stran
(Slp4J HARRr O. WISHARU.
I hereby certify the foregoing io M a" Tu. oi aa
Ccpy of tha original auvnona In al4 caua. ti?Oar
aali Court ordered publication of tha aama ani a
contlnuarcaotaaldcaUM until tie trja MaicfL nn
term of thla Court.
Dated Llhue. September arfh, to-.
HARRY D. WISHMTD.
It! imt rime.
HUNTING. SHOOTING. OS THE
carrying,' of firearm on any of the brvji
owned or lease J by the Dowsett Company
Ltd.. Is absolutely forbidden.
Trcsspassris will be praseoitrd to the
full extent of the law.
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
1 694-2 w Manager .
The Treasurer of the Walalua Beads.
Hotel Co., will be at the office of II. R.
Hitchcock, with J. M. Monsint. Mer
chant St. Irom a to 12 m. evervdirex-
ceptlng Sunday. Assessments on the StJJc
are now due and payable.
1 702-1 w Secretary.
Stockholders are hereby notified that tan
FoufthAssesBment of Dtr cent or twatmt
ont-half dollars pr lh.reon theCaettJ
MOCK of THt INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD.,- Is due andpayib.
July 1st, at the office of the undenlHBaL
ttt Fort street. J. H. FISHER.
Actc.Treas. Inter Island TetesraahC.
Honolulu. June 1. 1000. .
Maunalel 8utar Co., LtaL
A meeting of the stockholders of tie
above company will be heU at the oSc
of EMMETT MAY, Judd BulUbt, b
Prlday, December 14, toco, at to a. m
A full attendance Is desired.
Hy order of the Board of Directors
C. U. GRAY,
2-td Secretary, Maunalel Sugar Co., lit.
Thete will be a special meeting of mc
stockholders or THE WASHINGTON
MERCANTILE CO., LTD.,atthecjftcia
of the company, Wednesday, Drxetnber
5th. 1000, at 4 p. m., to consider the resg-
natlon of A. Hatnson, as treasurer, aoi'
elect a successor.
GEORGE E. MORGAS,
170 2t Secret"-
The only persons having authority X
make collections for THE HAWAIIAK
ELECTRIC COMPANY, LTD., aa
those wearing The Hawaiian ElectricO -pany,
Ltd., badge, marked COLLECTOR
No's. 8, 0 or 10.
ELECTRIC COMPANY, LTD.
Notice Is herebv riven that KePnri
City Cemetery will be open for Intrrraoat.
on and after Monday, November 5th. irjox.
A special funeral train will leave the cM
road station at 2:1s p. m. dally, remariraj-,
at the cemetery until after all interments.
1 ne rates tor transportation are oaetUr
lr for the corpse, and fifty raits fee SJr
round trip tor mourners.
Plats are now on sate at tbt arkeT
the rompanv ranelnz In or Ice from ttoira.
according to location and size. N otbsr
charges or any nature.
HAWAIIAN UhMbltKY ASSOUa
Rlom , Love Building, Fvirt Strea.
Klhel Assessment Notice.
The 8th Assessment of (V. or Si.m nrr
share, became du on the tst of August,
1900, penalty Dearing irom epumtxr 1st,
1000, and del ujuent on the lotli of &tr-
temher, 1000. Delinquents are now pab
llshrd and will be sold at auction i Dec
SUth ol November, ivoo.
The oth Assessment of (5. or ' or-
share, became due nn the 1st cf September,
1900, penalty Dearing irom August tst,
loco, and dellnauent on the list of Oct
The 10th Assessment of .'!. iir-Si.cn nr
share, .became due 'on the tstof Uctoce-
1900, Dears .penalty Irom November ut
1000, and will be delinquent on Novtrate
The llth Assessment nf ' nri ,-
share, lias been levied to become due aut'
payable on the 15th of Noventc
1900, win Dear penalty rrum lx-emr
1 Jin, 1000, becoming delinquent ni rar.
sin 01 January, root.
J. P. COOKE.
Treasurer. Klhel Plantation fin . I'
Honolulu, November 10th, loco, ibUiveX