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TUB EVENINO BULLETIN'! HONOLULU, H. I., TIIUKSDAY, DliCBMUKK 6, 1900.
i Oceanic Steamship Company
Tne (learners of thin lint will Arrive nnd lenve thli port 01 hereunder!
KIIOM SAN FRANCISCO. I 1'OIt 8AN FIIANCISCO.
Zealandln Dec. lOlKealandlti ,. Dec.
Mariposa, Dec. Ill
Zealandla . Jan. 2
Sonoma Jnn. 8
Alameda Jan. 19
Sierra Jan. 21
Alameda Feb. 9
Ventura Feb. 19,
In connection with the salllnr; ot the above steamers the agents ire pro
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 line to alt European ports.
F6R FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Cl 0 to;o ten Kaisna
Steatjeri of tba aso coaaaaaie. will call tt Honolulu ad data tell sort oo or aboat cna
....latea talow faettloaed 1....
For lapan and China:
Nippon Mofu . ..
Rio da Jauelro i
rot taoaral IBioraa'lon tply
H. Hackfeld &
aWliiaaaere at Ua aaaee lloa. manioc In connection with tba CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO
Mtwa Vaocotmr, B C . and Sydney, N. S. W.. and calling ai Victoria. B. C, Honolulu and Brlabana
it BIIR AT IIOMJL,tJl(J onorabonttba delea below atated ln
tOM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, B. C,
ftt Bi libM and Sydney t
I Warrlmoo Dcc.flt
VTbroaf b tlcktti Uiud tt om Honolulu to Caaada, Uolttd Statu tad Eotct For Ft olitt and
Pantf aal all (taoral lafomatloa, apply-to
Theo. H.DavlcB5rCo..Ltd., GcnM Aftcnte.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
S. S. "AMERICAN" has left New York for this port via San Francisco,
Tacoma, Seattle and Nanalmo on 0:tober 30th.
S. S. "HAWAIIAN" will be dispatched from New York on 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 Steamshio Co., Ltd,
8. 6. Klnau,
lfOLOKAI, MAUI, HAWAII.
Will sail from Honolulu on
Tuesdays at 12 noon, for Kau
Mkakal, Lahalna, Maaluca Hay, Klhel,
CUkena, Kawalhae, Muhukona, Lau
faUaoehoe and Hilo.
Returning will sail from Hilo on
afrida)s at 10 a. m., for above named
porta, arriving In Honolulu on Satur
iays. Passengers and freight will be taken
ar Makena, Mahukona, Kawalhae, HI
js, Hakalau, Honomu, Papalkou and
Passengers and PACKAOE3 ONLY
till be taken for Kaunakakal, Lahalna,
ataalaea Bay, Klhel and Laupahoehoe
'6. 6. Claudlnc.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at p. Jin. touching at Lahalna, Ka
kalut, Nahlku, liana, Hamoa und Kl
mhulu, Maul. Returning, touches at
akove named ports, arriving in Hono
lulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu. Kaupo, once each
60 8. Lehua,
MOLOKAI, MAUI, LANAI.
alls every Monday for Kaunakakal,
fZamalo, Maunalel, Kalaupapa, Lahal-
M, Honolua, Olowalu. Returning ar-
itVM at Honolulu Baturday mornings.
TU company reserves the right to
stake changea In the time of departure
tad arrival ot 1U steamers WITHOUT
MOTICE, and It will not be responsible
tor any consequences arising there
Consignee must be at the landing
i receive their freight This com
any will not hold Itself responsible
tor freight after It has been landed.
Live stock received only at owner's
Tkla company will not be responsible
lor mosey or valuables of passengers
aleea placed In the care of the pur
Mr Passengers are requested to purchase
.tickets before embarking. Those tail
ing to do so will be subject to an ad
sittonal charge of twenty-nve per cem.
The company will not be liable fur
loa of, nor Injury to, nor delay In lie
llvtry of basgago or personal effects of
panxcDKcrs, or freight of snippets, ue
you'l tho amount of $100. unless tho
value of the same bu declaied until it
celved by the Company, and an extra
eharge be 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 If freight
la shipped without such receplt It will
fee solely at the risk ot the shipper.
C. L. WIGHT, President
fl. B. ROSE. Secretary.
DAPT. T. if- CLARKV Fori, "npt
Alameda , Dec. 20
Zeatandla Jan. 5
Sierra Jan. K
Alameda Jan. 23
Mariposa Jan. 31
Alameda Feb. 13
Sonoma A.. Feb. 19
Alameda Men. 6
Sierra ,. Mch. 12
Alameda Mch. 27
Ventura Apr. 2
For San Francisco:
Hongkong. Maru ....
Co., Ltd., Agents
FROM SYDNEY AND URISBANB
For Victoria tad Vt.cc,uvtl. (B. C )i
I Mcta ..,.. Dec. ib
' 9 ntr-nnS
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
San Francisco -Portland
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DA S to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buftet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Bitber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meats a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
l5 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, Gereral Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
I42J Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Go.
From and After January 1, 1RW
STATIONS. Dally Dallr
(Oarwatd) a. Sua. bally ai So Dally Dalit
AM. AN. AM PJt. VJIi
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llawarO ai Sa. Dallr Dalit Dalit
AM. AJt PJJT Pjif.
5" fill .... act
Walaloa (10 .,,. a'j
PaailCHr In li ma .iia
aaalala lu In a 04 iaa
F. C. Smith, Gen'l Pass. A Ticket
O. P. TIsfiMm. Rnperlntendant.
Violin - Studio
Room 4. love building.
Mrs. Annis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, " Mljinon "
720 Beretanla street; Tel. 1 1 1 4. 1 627 tf
B. K. JIAAI,
Teacher of ' ' ,itar, Mandolin, Zltber
Ukulele and Taro Patch.
Orders to be left care of Wall, Nicboii
Co. ' V'ajatromMualoOo.'i 1M
fJWtftt lllit ,. x4.
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MAN WHO JARRED THIS
TOWN TURNS UP AGAIN
Is at Palace Hotel with All Kinds of
Money-Claims His Samoa Deal
Has Yielded in
Han Krnnclsco, Nov, 21. Nicholas J.
Weaver, gentleman of leisure, man of
the world, sncll mid yacht owner, Is at
the l'alacc. Ho Is tho same Weaver
who ouns the G0,000 ncht Noma.
Doth man and vessel have a history..
Weaver sa8 ho Is on his nay from
London to Samoa. Ills card reads: "N.
J. Weaver, Managing Director, tho ri.i-
inoa Instates, Limited, Apia, Bamoa."
lie sas he "till owns the Noma and
that she Is now In Australia.
Nature has been kind to Weaver lu
tho way of looks and physique. He hm
bun kind to himself In man) wnjn.
Just nt present he seems to have monny
to burn, nnd he certainly known hov
to burn It without getting on tho
housetops. J Waldo Kirk has not n
moro varied wardrobe, for Weaver has
a change of clothes for every hour of
the day. Ills suite at tho hotel Is oiid
ot tho best
Tnelvo or fourteen years ago Weaver
was soliciting advertisements fur news
papers In Oakland nnd this city. A
clever talker, with a most pleasing ad
dress, It was no trouble for him to got
friends and make some money In one
way or another ho lost his friends and
finally went back to New York,
whence he camo.
1-ater 011 he Lobbed up In i:nglanj
ns tho boon compnnlon of rich Hngllsh
men. A few years ngo ho appeared In
the Orient nnd among the South fic.i
Island and In Australians the owner of
the really nne acht Noma. It has al
ways been a vague story as to how he
tamo by the vessel. It Is supposed to
be worth lfiO.000 and jet he cruised
nbout In It on the Pacific ocean for
months without money enough of hi
own to really be the princely entertain
er nnd good fellow he pretended to
be. Ily gambling nnd frequent ens 1
loans he kept up appearances for a
There arc stories of the Nornn hav
ing evaded port charges at various Pa
cific points, so desperately In need of
funds at times was her owner. Plant
ers In the South Sea Islands are alleg
ed to have nlways been good game for
him at critical times.
Decidedly risque are some of the tabs
of Weaver's yachting parties. Never
nt a loss to attract women, ho seems to
have had one or two present at oppor
tune times. A shrewd judge of human
nature, ho would seem to follow In
stead of taking The lead In gambling.
Hut ho nlwajs managed to win. When
tho game grew tlresomo or too excited
bctause of protests from losers, the
women wen? ready to Join him In n
merry diversion.. Then would folloi.1
other gamcB, the cruise not ending
until ho had all the money of his
guiHts. The more they had or the
harder It was for him to get It from
them, tho longer tho cruise.
Weaver Indlgnnntly denies theso
talcs ot a ilicainy. careless life In tho
tropics ns well as In the Orient. Tho
dates nnd tho facts about some ot them.
however, are too certain o penult of
On June lu 1SU0, tho Kclic Mam
landed him anil a Mr. nnd Aire. I'orcl
nl lu Yol.oluir.u. Weaver soon gain
ed admittance to the best socletj. Sev
ern) Americans backed him socially.
l'crtlvul was an Kngllsliman and had
some money. Mrs. TVrrlvil v. in of
Trench extraction, prcttv nml most
Interesting. With delightful nuau Ion,
Weaver made It known that his two
companions and himself l.ml got 11 lit
tle wearied of his )ach'nni for a
change came on ahead of ll to Yoko
hama on the regular itcuu.er. Tho
jaclit would bo 11. port In 11 few d.tjs.
Then he wanted nil his deii fi lends to
partake of his lia'i.llalli), Mrs. l'orcl
val doing tho li'jiun; fj- the duly
Ho made a hit.
On Juno Gth the Norm arrived al
Yokohamu. A night or two later ihcio
was a party on bouid It was a prett
scene, mid lantern-, polished wools,
shining brasses ,ad com oak) I limbic.
Itefrcshments wo-d all tint could have
been desired. Ili'orj the crowd broke
up Weaver had hud a pretty lively
poker game, winning as usutl.
Other parties, imosII) niusculluc In
character, followed In quick succession.
There was plenty ot poker, with In
tervals. It Is said nf some llvdy songs
by Mrs. I'crchal. Yniht paillm
finally palled Ynlohami'h swell set, m
heavy had been the luiF.ra of 1111110 of
Weaver's guests, DjiUlcs, he had bor
rowed cash from them, and they got
tired of that, even if he was as liu pre
tended o bt5 u forniii.' commodore of
the New York Ya;nt CI.1I1
i:arly In August lbJ.), Wtnvci'B
huests be;;uu to oiiipiii) notes. They
had all been "touched" for loaue. l'cr
elvnl. hearing the guxslp let It In
known hat ha hid n bottomry bom! on
tho )ncht for u loan of XG55, and that
on August 5th tho same was to bu liq
uidated before United States Ccmtuil
Mclvor then fctnlloued at Yoljoiilimu.
On tho night of August 1th Weaver
left Yokohama harbor In his yacht.
Mr unil Mrs, I'erelval were left behind,
Weaver had 011 board Huttlo Ilrnwster,
whom lie claimed as a sister-in-law.
Ilils Ilrewster wumnii-aiiit quite a dash
In Oakland ears uko, her name being
mixed up In an unforunate affair with
: . ,i ',, vSa. -afe'i ,'
Hint of Hie actor, Harry Aylmer.
Yokohama" suiiecled that I'erelval
and Mrs, l'rrrlval worn In league with
Wrnur, Mrs. I'erclvnt had to pawn
tier diamonds to get money to rarrv
lu r hualiand ninl herself In thin rlty. 111
route, at Honolulu, they ptnplii)cd Paul
Neumann to attach the Nornn for the
Cf." biittumr) bond If she ever put
Into Hint port. The jnclit arrived at
Honolulu several months later, nnl
Neumann attached her.. In the mean
time Mr. nnd Mrs. I'erelval came on
to this city, nnd after n short stay went
Weaver had n hard time lifting th
attachment. He almost Induced Cap
tain Hvnns of Honolulu to advance the
money and nccompsny him ns sailing
master of the Nornn. Kvans was warn
ed of the man he was dealing with nnd
cut the negotiations oh. Weaver, so It
Is said, then tried to get rid of the
gunrd on the jaclit one night nnd sterl
nway. Hut he failed In this scheme.
He finally enmc here nnd got money to
rnlso the attachment. No tlmo was
lost In sailing for the Society Inlands
with "BlBter-tn-law" Hattle Urcwstcr.
That was tho last heard of Weaver
until he nrrived at the Palace.. He In
slsts that he has raised (250,000 In Hn
gland for a cocoa nnd rubber tree plnn-
tntlon he hns In Samoa. He claims that
J. Heed Walker, a brother of Sir Peter
Walker; P. 11. Cortland nnd George II,
Cortland, all of Illrnilngham, and I'
Howes Scott of London are His wealthy
Hngllsh partners. He thinks they will
nil be worth $7,000,000 each In less than
tcn J ears.
MOVEMENTS OK STEAMERS.
Stcamrs duo and sailing for the ic
malndcr of this and tho whole of next
month are as follows:
Steamers. From. Due.
Coptic Yokohama Dec. 8
Australia S. P. Dec. S
Nippon Mnru S. K. Dec. 13
American Mnru Yokohama. ...Dec. V
Ventura S. V. Dec. IS
Sierra Colonies Dec. IS
Mlowcrn Colonies Dec. lfr
Illo dc Janeiro S. 1", Dec. II
Warrlmoo Vlctorli Dec. "2
City of Peking Yokohama.... Dec. SI
Coptic S. IV Dec. 23
Australia S. F. Dec. 29
Steamers. For. Due.
Coptic S. F. Dec. g
Australia S. F. Dec. "12
Nippon Maru Yokohama Dec. 13
American Maru S. I Dec. 15
Ventura Colonies Dec. 13
Sierra S.-F. Dec. 18
Mlowcra Victoria Dec. 1J
Rid de Janeiro Yokohama ....Dec. 21
Warrlmo Colonies Dec. 22
City of Peking S. F. Dec. 2S
Coptic Yokohama Dec. 23
N. D. A United States Army Trans
port may be expected from 8an Fran
cisco on the 9th and 2tth of each montn.
en route to Manila, unless route Is
changed by the War Department.
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p n. p m
f Oil 7 40
40 9 "
J II t 4 jo 9 44
S 11 I s i o t6
5 5U 'O) 1 11 11
6 t6'i Sj 1 79 a m
Hawaiian Standard Tlmo Is lOh, 30m
slower than Greenwich tlmo, being
that ot the meridian of 1S7 30. Tho
time whistle blows nt 1:30 p. m., which
is tho same ns Greenwich Oh, 0m.
Tho tides ut Kahtilu! and Hilo occur
nbout an hour earlier than, at Honolu
lu Tides from the United Stntcs Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Musters of vessels sailing from this
port for San FranelBco will Hud there,
11 branch of the U. S. Hydrogiuphic
Offlco located In the Merchants' Ex
change, where ds maintained for their
iitnellt freo of charge, complete set
of (harts and directions of the world.
I-itcst Information can bo obtained re
garding lights, dangers to nuvlgatioi
and nil matters of Interest to ocean
VESSELS IN PORT.
ARMY AND NAVY.
U. S. S. Iroquois, Pond, Midway Island.
(ThlB list docs not Include coasters.)
Prime Victor, Nor, bk., Sorvnscn
llnckfeld & Co.
Kvnnebec. Am. sp LcwIb; Hackfeid
Gvnigu Curtis, Am. sp., Calhoun, Cas
tle & Cooke Ltd.
!liu.ct. Fr. bk., Lodonlcr.
lintel prlso, schr.. Washington Mercan
Am. sp. Jns. Neamltb. Warren, from
Newcastle; coal O. It. & L. Co.
Am bk Planter. McNeil, S. I
be. Katharine, Am. bk., Saunders, S. F
Aloha, Am bkt., fry, 8. F.
J C Glade, Ger bk Stege, Ilrcmen. 1
W G .Irwin, Am, bg , Geenraut, S. l
Jabe Howes Am. sp Clapp, Tacoma
Jennie Wand, Bclir., Wnldwlck, fro.11
Huiikn. 278 000 ft lumber; Lowers 4.
Amelia Miller, Am lilttn., from Taconu
Edith Whnt does a man inean whin
he s)s that commint Is useless?
Dnv lo Means that he can't think of
uuythlng else to say, Puck.
.Pine Job Printing at the Bulletin
I News of Shipping
J Along Water Front j
allt atla afta afla afla afk tV afta A. rfV at jtV A
The schooner Methn Nelson sail I
from Han Francisco on the 21th of No
vember for this port with n generil
The Norwegian lurk Prince Victor,
97 days out from Newcastle, for llono
lulu, hns been posted In the Merchants
Exchange In Kan Francisco ns overdue
with Insurance quoted 10 per rent.
The ceremony of driving the first
rivet In the new steamer Spokane, un
der construction at the Union I rot
Works, San Francisco, for the Pacific
Coast Steamship Company took I'laco
Ksterday afternoon. A large number
of representative men Identified with
the shipping nnd mercantile business,
ns well as prominent Army nnd Navy
officers, were present, some of them
taking part In tho cercmeonles.
New York, Nov. 2S. r. Isconstdcrcl
likely In nnvnl circles, sas a Herald
special from Washington that Rear Ad
miral Frederick Rodgcrs. president of
the Inspection board, will lie nsslgnel
to duty on the Asiatic station It
cannot be ascertained that lie Is to
Buccccd cither Rear Admiral Ilemey or
Renr Admiral Kcmpff, though there aro
rumors that he will relieve the latter.
It Is Intimated that with the largo
force of American warships In Asiatic
winters there should be be n commanj
er In chief and two subordinate flag
A passenger and freight line from
Seattle to Honolulu, with San Frar.
cIsco ns a port of call on the return
trip, wilt be established by the Kim
ball Steamship Company. The princi
pal steamer on the line will bo tho
John S. Klmb.iW, commanded oy Cnpt.
Milton Timing, which will sail short
ly from San Francisco for Seattl".
Regularly thereafter, so far as Is now
known, the Kimball will ply between,
the Sound nnd Honolulu, returning via
this port. Other steamers of tho Kim
ball Company may be placed on tho
line later. The steamer Albion, sched
uled to sail for Honolulu from this port
Is to run regularly between hero and
tho Islands, carrying perishable freight.
The freight transport CallfornUn.
which lost several propeller blades at
sen on her oittwnrd voagc from San
Francisco. Is reported homeward bound
having left Tnku for 'Frisco Novem
ber 1st. The Lcclanaw arrived In Ma
nila November 21st.. She Is supposed
to have lost nil the mules and horses
she carried, some 26S In all, as a tele
gram from the Quartermaster Generil
In Washington Instructs the Depart
ment of California to replace this
stock. Further than this, no detal'a
whatever havo been received as to hr
voage, and It Is not known whetbei
she lost tho animals through pitching
about In a typhoon, or as the result of
an epidemic. The fifteen horses shu
cnrrled were the personal property of
WHAT FRANCE WILL DO
Paris. Nov. 2S. Tho conversation Mr.
Idcnt Krugcr had with the French Min
ister of Foreign Affairs. M. Dclrnsse,
jesterday. was confined to the former
Bounding the latter ns to the probable
attitude of Franco In certain eventual
ities. Mr. Krugcr did not press for a
definite reply and tho conversation
lacked preclscness. M. Dclcnsse let It
bo understood that France had not
changed her attitude since ho cxpiatne 1
tho government's position m the Cham
ber of Deputies last March. Franco will
not take the Inltlatlvc'Tn Intervention
In South Afrlcn but will not dlscourngo
anj other country from so doing. On
the contrary , she will Join In such Ini
tiative taken undir such conditions as
nppeur to her to merit acquiescence.
Mr. Krugcr did not Intimate what ho
intended to do, but It Is believed lie
will take the official diplomatic step at
The Hague. It Is not known whether
ho will ask Holland to propoto media
tion or open other and less dearly do
Sir. Kruger today drove to tho School
of Fine Arts to Inspect tho plaster mod
el of the monument to be erected to the
niemor) of Col. Dovlllc Ilols-Mnreull,
the French officer who died In South
Africa fighting for the Hoers. He was
received by Colonel DoVllle Hols-Mai -cull's
brother. A number of artists
and literary people and students wcro
prcbent. Mr. Krugcr eulogized Colonel
DeVlllo Uols-Mareull and his comrades
whose devoted heroism he said "recall
ed the chivalrous knights ot the mldd'.o
Mr, Kruger then proceeded to view
the Pantheon, but was too fatigued to
enter. He was heartily cheered every
where along the rond.
Rumored Brltltth DlHUHtcr
Nov. Vork. Nov. 23. A cable to tho
Sun from London, dated Novembm
2Cth, Bays: The Ixinrcnzo Manim-J
correspondent of the IMIly Alnll Bends a
rortiiRiictie report that ir0 Ilrltluh hnvo
been killed und llfty wounded nt l.o
matiaihu by tho HoerA. Tlio Im re hers.
hIiii were estimated to iiiin.1 r UUO.
afterward retired to Bwcxllst.il. Tho
correspondent ridicules tho report.
LarKe tract nf land situated in Nuuanu
Valley, Honolulu, containing 20 acres,
more or less, ani known astlieNuuanu
Pall S.i 0011 premises, with buildings and
Grounds cultivated with fruit tires, etc.
Apply ta A. G. CORPPA,
l73Hf M KaalumanuSt,
Notice to Creditor.
Tht unitfiiffitJ hautaf ln irfft'M! Airflnv
tfltnf ntlh l.itf Iftnfl (.rninuN lit of Hm
lulu JrrfKfJ rtnMttHhtfty fhtntna lff.ti
hv nf clJlmt Kilntt IM .t n( nil lltnn Cor
I U. to frtf,l thlf etilffit, Jii'jr aimhcfiikieJ ff
rnpr voucrwfi if my o,t cvtf, if tncllmt
fufij tymnttt upon ftil f.taiff. t mr nfr
ii tMifi hint M tn Motviiili within ill fnomM tfm
tn Jt hftfof of lhjr ltl tt frrrtvtf tifTti, Ifll
tl prtin inJfbtri't 1 mU ttUti art tvtttytf
iutttl In nkf immtJIit raytnml fi ih'tinJrf
ifrJ UAVIU DAYTON
A mlnlfttnt of 1h EiUtt of Html Guttoli
Nv it 10 p. iMI.q Nftv, tl ti, to, IX 6, i.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE FIFTH
CIRCUIT, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
FMANK LOUIS vi MAKIA GLORIA COSTINA
Th RaruMIc ol Hawaii To lla Maratal alls
Hawaiian lalanl. or Ma Dtputy, Grllar.
YouartiotninanJadlo tuanon MAKIA GLORIA
COSTINA, lafanJanl In caw ina anall Sla atlma
ANSWEKVWTIUN TWENTY DAYS allar mtK
htraof. to ba ani arrar Mora In aalj Clrcan
Court at tfta Sastatnbar Tfai Oiaraof, lo M notdc at
Llhua, Itlandof Kanal, on WEDNESDAY, thai fit
JarotSiF'emtYr rati, at 10 a clock a ai , toahow
cauic why th claim of Frank Loula. rlalntlff, attouU
not tt awarlaJ tohin rurauanl to lh tanoa of Sit
annaiaJ Llbal for tlivc rca Ani bava vau than tvrc
thu Writ with full latum of your proctaJInca tharaon,
Wltnaaa Hon. J Har iy, JuJjra ( f tha Circuit Court
of Hit Fifth Circuit, at Llhut, Kauai, II) I irln day of
HANkY D WISHARD
I hataly certify tha forttolne lo ha a trut ani eaart
cory 1 f th orlRlnal tummoni In tald cauaa ani mat
aali Court ordaraJ auMlcalinn of 1h tarn ani a
continuance ol aali cauta unth the nail March, 1901,
term ot thlt Court
Datei Llhuc, Kauai, Srrtambar arlh tqm
HARRY D WISHARD.
IS THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTd CIR
CUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
KAAPUWAI k . t. LINDEMANrV.Sumtnon
Th 1 emtory cl Hawaii: To tha High Sheriff ot ih
Terrltoiy of Hawa I, or hla Uepufy, the 5heiltf of th
la.anj of KauaL or hit fVoutv. n..,. f'Mai.iit. i.
the Territory of Hawaii-
You ac comvianieitoaummon E. LtNDEAtANK
delendart In cae he ahall hie wrltte- ANSWER,
WITHIN TWENTY DAYS afler aervka hereof to be
ani appear before aali Circuit Court at th Sro
tmber Term thereof, to he holJrn at Llhue lilani of
Kauai, on WEDNESDAY Ihe tin div Ll SaMenlwr
text, at 10 o'clock a m lo ihn cauw why tba
claim of Kaapu al k, plalillfl, ahould not cw awatdel
to him pursuant to the tenrr of hla annexed Pctltton.
Anl have yoM then iheteihla Writ with full murn of
your pocedlncr thereon
witneaiiion. jacop Ifardy, JUJa of the Clrcun
ourt of th Filth ClrrUif. alLlhu. thlt nth jwe
Oltnel) HAKKY D. WISHARD
I hereby car Ify the fore rota n r ar tu and eaara
copy of the orlclnal tummone tea aaid cauva anlthlt
aali Court ordered publication of th earn ani a
continual ca of said cauaa until th neat March. 100a
term of thla Coirt.
Dated Llhue. septemtervfth 1000
HARRY D WIMIADn
HUNTING. SHOOTING. OR THE
carrying of firearm on anv of the landi
owned or leased hy the Dow-sett Company.
L.U., is .iDsoiuteiy lomidden.
Tresspassers will be orosecuted to tha
full extent of the law.
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
1 6941 w Manager.
The Treasurer of the Walalua Btich
Hotel Co., will be at the office of II. R.
Hitchcock, with J. M. Monsarat. Mer
chant St. from a to 12 m. every day ex
cepting Sunday. Assessments on the Stock
are now due and payable.
1 702-1 w Secretary.
Stockholders are hereby notified that the
Foufth Assessment of per cent or two and
one-half dollars per shire on the Capital
MOCK ot 1Mb INIfcK ISLAND I bLK
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payabla
iuiy isi, ar, me omce or me unoersignea.
Ill Fort street. J.H.FISHER.
ActK. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co.,
Honnlnlii. June 1. 1000. n
Maunalel Sugar Co.. Ltd.
A meeting of the stockholders of the
above company will be lid J at the office
of EMMETT MAY, Judd BullJIng, on
Friday, December Mi 1000, at 10 a. m.
A full attendance Is desired.
Ily order of the Board of Directors,
C. B. GRAY,
2 tJ Secretary, Maunjlei Sugar Co., Ltd.
The only persons hiving authority to
make collections for THE HAWAIIAN
ELECTRIC COMPANY, LTD., are
those wearing The Hivvallan Electric Com
pany, Ltd., badge, marked COLLECTOR
No's. 8,y or 10.
ELECTRIC COMPANY. LTD.
McBRYDE SUGAR CO., Ltd.
Notice Is hereby given that the Tenth
Assessment of ten (10) per cent (f 2.00 per
share), levied on the assessable stock of
the McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd., Is due on
December 1st, 1000, and will bt delinquent
en December 15th, 1 500.
Stockholders will please make prompt
payment at the office of Messrs. Tlieo. H.
Davles & Co., Ltd.
F. M. SWANX.Y.
Treasurer, McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd.
Klhel Assessment Notice.
The 8th Assessment of j'i", or J2.50 per
share, became ( due on the 1st of August,
looo, penalty beating from September tst,
iqoo, and del nqueut on the jctli of Sep
temfer, 1000. OellnquenN are now pub
lished and will be sold at auction on the
SEUth ol November, IVOO.
The Qth Assessment of 5?i, or I2.50 pel
share, became due on the 1st tf September,
1000, penalty bearing from August 1st,
tu:o, and delinquent on the 31st of Oct
flie 10th Assessment of $!(, or f 2. 50 pe
share, became due on the 1st of October
looo, bears penalty Irnm November 1st
1000, and will be delinquent on November
The nth Assessment of $,",', or fi 50 per
share, has been levied to become due ani
piyable on the 15th of November,
loco, will bear rrnaltv from December
1 Slli, 1900, becoming delinquent on the
ijth of January, 1001,
J. P. COOKE,
Treasurer, Klhel Plantation Co., LtJ.
Honolulu, November loth, luoo, 16S4M
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