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tiiii nviiMNo miamiNi Honolulu, ii, i mommy. uueii.tiim i., h,
JUL.' ' UJL,
Oceanic Steamship Company
The rtrnir tit Hit llh kill rtl and leave this fort an hrrrttmtri
ntoM ban riiANuiBOo. I roii ban puancisco.
Kfalatidl itiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiii DM. 10
RlrrtI mini t nntm iium, Dec 18
Xcalandla iiiii.i.ii.tit.t.i.i Jan. I
Bnnnma ii.ii.tintiiitii.... Jan. S
Alameda tuttum niit , Jan. 19
Ventura titiiiiiiiiniiittii Jan. M
AtamcilA Feb. I
Blerrn Keb. II
Alameda Mch. I
Bonoma Mch. 11
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers the Agents ire prr
pared to Issue, to Intending pawnttcrs, coupon through tickets by any rait
.road from San Francisco to all points In the United State, and fr,om New
York by any steamship line to alt Eunpcan porta.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
OENERAL AOENTS OCEANIC 8. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. lojo Klsen Katsoa
. SMaatil al tt. tt.? coaa.aiM will Mil al Hxolali ill Imt mi rt M M skoal It .
For Japan and China:
Rio d. Jiurlro
ft cmmai iBlofaiauoa py
H. Hackfeld &
B-.U... .1 It., tttn !!. nulu la CMBKIIM ltk Oka CAKADIAN PACIFIC BAILWAV CO
HHiil VucooTM. B. C , ! Srdoiy, N. S. W..
M Bill AT IIOnOi.Ul.U 01 MI Dl
KM VANCOUV1R AND VICTORIA. B. C.
Pat Rrlban and Svdnav 1
i vrarrinoo vk, n
aj Tlitoiiib llckm Im4 lioa Hoaolala la Cauda. Ualwd 9UIM ail Eaioaa.
raaaara aad all (naril laforaatioa, aaaijr
Thco. H.DavieBSCo.,Ltd.. Gen'l A&cnt8.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST
S. S. "AMERICAN" baa left New York for this port yla San Francisco,
Tacoma, Seattle and Nanalmo on October 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' wharf, 42d Street, South Brooklyn, at all
For further particular apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Wilder Steamshio Co., Ltd.
6. 8a Klnau,
MOLOKAI, MAUI, HAWAII.
Will sail from Honolulu on
Tuesdays at 12 noon, for Kau
akakal, Lahalna, Maalaea Bay, Klbel,
olakena, Kawalhae, Mabukona, Lau
fanoehoe and HUo.
Seturnlng will sail from HUo on
Tridar at 10 a. m., for above named
porta, arriving In Honolulu on Sator-
Passengers and freight will be taken
far Makena, Mahukona, Kawalhae, HI
A Hakalau, Honomu, Papalkou and
ftwnnn and PACKAGES ONLY
yUl b taken for Kaunakakal, Lahalna,
Bay, Kinei ana ajaupaaoawuv
6. 8a Claudlne.
Will leave Honolulu every Tneuoay
at p. m. touching at Lahalna. Ka
knlnl, Nahlku, Han. Hamoa ana Kl
dUiulu, MauL Returning, touchea at
kove named porta, arriving In Hono
lata Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nun. Kaupo, one catch
6. 6. Lehua,
MOLOKAI. MAUI, LANAl.
(alls every Monday tor Kaunakakal.
fUmalo, Maunalel, KaUupapa. Lahal-
, Honolua, Olowalu. Returning ar-
itvsa at Honolulu .Saturday mornings.
ThU company reserve the tight to
make change In the time of departure
aad arrival of Ita teamor WITHOUT
IOTICB. and It will not be iponalbl
tor any consequence arising there
Consignees must be at tbe landing
m receive their freight TMi co
sany will not hold Itself responsible
tor freight after It has been landed.
Live atock received only at owner"
Tnl company will noi ne mpvamiium
lor money or valuable of passenger
aals placed In the care of the par.
Passenger are requested to purchase
ticket before embarking. Those fall
lag to do so will be subject to an ad
ditional charge of twenty-five per cent
The company will not be liable for
loas of, nor Injury to, nor delay In de
livery of basgago or personal effects of
passengers, or freight of Bhlppers, be
yond the amount of $100, unless the
value of the same be ilcclnreil when to
eelred by tho Company, anil an extra
charge be made therefor.
All employes of the company are for
fcldden to receive freight without de
livering a shipment receipt therefor In
tke form prescribed by the Company,
and which may be seen by Bhlpper
pon application to the parser of the
Shipper are notified that If freight
is shipped without such receplt It will
ft solely at the riak or the snipper.
a L. WIOIIT. President
B. B. ROSE. Secretary.
CAPT. T. K- CLARK9 Fort "apt
-1,-' 1 U
Zealandl .iiiiiiittiiitiiiiii tire. )(
Alimed tiiiiiiiiti.il. .....I I)rr, SO
ZnUndls iiiiitiiiii.tiii.il Ju, t
MattpOSA tiiiii.ittii.it Jflh, 9
Alameda ii.i................. Jan. 23
Blrrra , ,, Jan. 2
Alameda t itititi ttt 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 it Keb. IS
Sonoma , Feb. 1$
Alameda .., ,,, Mch. t
Ventura Mch. 12
Alameda I.. Mch, 27
Fer San Franeiaeo:
Airtrlca Mtro IVc. if
rnf rx. is
C.ll ... Jan. t
HofiikoncMiru Jin. I
Chlni .... ,Jn. rS
Co., Ltd., Agents.
ullnig l Vlctofla. C. C HHOlula ( BlIlMM
WH HIW MIIM Till
FROM SYDNIV AND BRISBANE
For Virion aad VaBconvar IB. CI;
i miowtra.... utc. 19
Fal Fillfbt ud
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
San Fnuciscd- Portland
THE TRAINS DA'iLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS BAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Btrber
Shop and Pleasant Reading: Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
It5 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. i Montgomery St., San Francisco,
B. L. LOMAX, G. P. Si T. A.,
Up Omaha,- Nebraska.
O. R. A Ii. Co.
From and After January 1, tM9.
M. Saa. Ull
M. fas. Daily Dally
am. PJ. pit
r. C. BirrrH, Oen'l Paaa.
O. P. Daifiaoif . Superintendent.
Violin - Studio
ROOM 4. LOVE BUILDING.
Mrs. Addis Montague Turner,
" Mlgnon "
720 Rtretanla street; Tel. 1 114
B. K. KAAI,
Teacher of ' ' .'itar, Mandolin, Zltbsr
'Ukulele and Taro Patch.
Orders to be left oar of Wall, Nlcboli
Co; ' Vatrom Mnalo Co.' IBM
BUI Of m
m by in
. S. Aim arv (irn enr,
ANB TOWNS DESTROYED
Marvelous Escape of Yostmite'sCrew-
BelieTed Hundreds of Natives
Killed and Crops Wiped
New York, Nov. 28, A cable tn tdu
Hun from Manila saya: The tr.itmpnrt
Sherman, which has Juat nrrhcil here,
brings news of a terrible t)ihoon wliloli
snept otcr the lalaml of (inam on No
vember 13th, ilemollnhlng tliouannils of
ilwclllnKs, Including ftovcrnor Schroa
dcr'a headquarters, and destroying the
United Htntes auxiliary cruiser Yosem
He. The ton in of Indrajan and Terra-
foro were wiped out, and It la believed
hundreds of nntlvcs ncre killed. Cocot-
nut crops for four eara have been ru
Incd nnd the vegetation of tho Island
Jtllted by salt water.
llio Btorm burst with terrific rapidity
at about 10 o'clock In the morning
Tho Yosemlte, which ob occupying a
berth near tho collier Justin, dragged
her nnchora nnd was driven aground a
hundred yards from tho reef. The
bows woro crushed In. A launch Willi
a crew of fire men had previously left
tho ship to endentor to find n safe an
chorage. Indications being that the an
chors would not hold where tho cruiser
was. The storm broke after they had
left the ship, and It Is practically cer
tain that the heavy sea awnmped the
launch. The bodies of Coxswain I
'Swanson nnd Seaman George Anhel
were recovered nftcr tho typhoon had
The storm tcerod round after the Yo
semtte grounded and sho was driven
off and carried to the Somayo cllrr-i.
whero her milder and propeller wor
broken. Boatswain Sweeney and
twelve of tho crew volunteered to take
a life lino ashore. A boat was lowered
for this purpose but it was Immediately
swamped by a big sea that swept over
It. All the occupants were carried away
from the boat, but they miraculously
succeeded In reaching land after nn
hour'a struggle with tho waves.
Meanwhile, the atmosphere had be
come of Inky blackness, and tho Yo
semlto, which had again been blown off
land, was drifting helplessly. The gait
was now blowing nt tho rato of a hun
dred miles an hour. All hope of anvln.i
the cruiser was abandoned and tho of
ficers nnd crew prepared for death. A
majority of the boats had been either
smashed or carried out of the davits.
and those that wcro left could accom
modate only halt of tho crew, even If il
had been possible for them to live In
tho enormous seas that wcro by tills
The sea anchor had been put out and
held tho Yosemlte up In tho teeth of the
storm nnd prevented her from falling
Into the trough of the sen. She rodo to
this anchor and drifted rapidly until
d o'clock In the ctenlng. when the
weather cleared. The cruiser was then
sixty miles north and forty miles w-pfi
of Guam. She had labored so heavllv
that sho had sprung a leak, and all
hands. Including tho commander. Lieu
tenant Blcrer, and tho chief engineer,
worked heroically In trying to clear her
of the water that was pouring Into tho
rapidly filling forward compartments.
After tho violence of the storm had
subsided efforts were made to start the
engines. They wero finally got to work
and tho Yosemito, with a damago pro
peller, struggled landward at the rate
of two knots an hour. Tho water kept
gaining In the hold and the ship wat
gradually sinking. At 1:30 p. in. (in
November ISth tho Justin, which hi J
started In search of tho Yosemlte, pick
ed her up and attempted to tow her
back to Guam. Two hawsers were bro
ken and It was then decided that It was
Impossible to tako her Into port. The
cruiser was then scuttled, after sho wai
abandoned, all hands going aboard tho
Justin. The Yosemlte sank bow first nt
C o'clock and tho Justin stood away fur
Guam. Paymaster Ballard saved CR,
000 (Moxlcan) from tho sinking ship
Joseph Travis, a passenger on tho Slier
man, was tho first to bring news of tho
Manila. Nov. 29. The typhon at
Guam on N'otember 13th was of unprc'
ccdented violence. Many person aic
reported to have been killed or Injurt-d
At Agana tluee were killed nnd ten
died of exposure. The town of Mora
Jan was destioycd. thirty of tho towna
pcoplo being killed and many others In
jured. It Is bellcted that there was
considerable Iosh of life eUewhero In
Guam, and all the crops wero detHroy
ed. Many dwellings In Agana were d
mollshed. Mrs. White, wlfo of Mujor White of
tho marine corps, tho only white wo
man In Agana, took rcfugo with her
husband and Commander Schroedrr
naval governor of Guam, In the cellar
of tho governor's munition, which was
already partly filled with water
The United States steamer Solace,
Commander Wlnslow, which left San
Francisco November 2d for Manila, wai
expected to arrive at Guam November
tllfi wllh NiplN M lb frntHit
' 11. .alia in Ak.ii tl ---- .J i
UiiMlmt rVhffh-fli't Mitt the nt
"IIINiTTtN No ID- Ttw M't
rtipsrtttxtit tnr m-MvH tho Winn
Ihg labieKtatti rwni Admiral ltMr.
MitiflrmlHg Hip rtt M th dlfawlrr tti
tdo ritmillary rttr Vnemll at
rAviiit sw. -iih,wh f m....
I mil Inn Wanhlnalmi I'nirfaln f imih.
rt HhMtiinii repeita tnlal In of Yn
fwtiillt on Nowmlier I Jtli t'lialtia wil
A In tyiihiMin, drifted to v and Mhk
wvtnl)' miles nut. The miller Jitaltn
rnl to the rt actio. A alram launch and
crew of ne lout. Rhall uniil Kfin In
(Inam tomorrow to aacertnln the ex
lent of the dlMnter and traniport the
l oemltc'a crew to Cnvlte.
. m II p m. r m
I. 4 to I I T 19 t iff
II T.lol ( I .
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I I it l t ii it i
u a c6 l a a mil 19
l c tli t la cw .)
6 nil tin oi i
IT I ti l dflf ef 6 l.
Hawaiian Standard Tlmo Is lOh, 30m
Blower than Greenwich time, belug
that of the meridian of 1ST 30. Tho
tlmo whlstlo blows at 1:30 p. m., which
Is the samo as Greenwich Oh, Cm.
Tho tides nt Kahulul and Ililo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu Tides from tho United States Coast
and Geodetic Surtcy Tables.
Musters of vessels Balling from this
poic for Han rrancUco will find thero
a branch of the V. S. Ilydrograplilc
Office located In the .Merchants' i:x
change, whero Is maintained for their
uncut free of charge, complete seU
of charts and directions of tho world.
Latest Information can bo obtained re
garding lights, dangers to nnvlgatlni
nnd all matters of Interest to ocein
MOVKMK.NTS OF STEAMURS.
Stenmrs duo and sailing for tho re
mainder of this and tho whole of next
month are as follows:
Steamers. From. Due.
Zcalandlu S. I'. Dec. 10
Nippon Maru S. F. Dec. 13
Amorlcan Maru Yokohama.... Dec. 15
Ventura S. F. Dec. 13
Sierra S. F. Dec. lii
Mlowera Colonies Dec. 1&
Alamcdn Colonies Dec. 20
Rio de Janeiro 8. F. Dec. 21
Warrlmoo Victoria Dec. 22
City of Peking Yokohama. ...Dec. 23
Coptic 8. F. Dec. 29
Australia S. F. Dec. 29
Steamers. For. Dun.
Zealandla S. F. Dec-. 14
Nippon Maru Yokohama Dec.
American Maru S. 1 Dec.
Mlowera Victoria Dec.
Alameda S. F. Dec.
Sierra S. F. Jan.
Rio do Janeiro Yokohama ....Dec.
Wnrrlmo Colonies Dec. 22
City of Peklng-S. F. Dec. 25
Coptic Yokohama Dec. 29
N. B. A United States Army Trans
port may bo expected from San Fran
cisco on the 9th and 2(th of each mon'n,
en route to Manila, unless route Is
changed by the War Department.
VESSELS IN PORT.
ARMY AND NAVY.
U. S. S. Iroquois, Pond, Midway Island.
(This list docs not Include coasters.)
Prince Victor, Nor. bk., Sorenscn
Hackfeld & Co.
Am. sp., Lewis; Hackfeid
(J.iirgu Curtis, Am
tic & Cooke Ltd.
Ufheuct, Fr. bk., Lodonter.
lintei prise, scbr., WnshTiigton Mercan
Am. sp. Jas. Nesmlth, Warren, from
Newcastle; coal O. It. &J-. Co.
Am. bk. l'lunter, McNeil. S. 1
St. Katharine, Am. bk., Saunders, S. F.
Aloha. Am. bkt.. Fry. S. F.
J. C. Glade, Ger. bk., Stege, Bremen.
W. O. Irwin, Am. bg., Geenraut, S. F.
Jabez Howes, Am. sp.. Clapp; Tacoma.
Jennie Wand, schr., Waldwlck, from
Eureka, 278,000 ft. lumber; Lew era &
Amelia Miller, Am. bktn., from Tacoma
Andrew Welch, Drew, from S. F.
W, II. Flint, Johnson, Am. bk., from
Muuna Ala, Am. bk.. Smith, from S. I
John A. Campbell. Am. schr.. Smith,
from S. F.
Olympic. Am. bk., Glbbs; S. F.
Iroquois, Am. sp.. Thompson, Seat'l".
Alice Cooke, Am. schr., Penhallow,
Standard, Am. up., Getchell, from Ta-
Gleaner, Am, bktn., Nehmedl from
Mildred Uoe, Am. schr.. Hose, .from
Rosamond, Am, schr.. Ward. S I" , T.
II. Datlcs & Co.. Ltd
W II, Dlmond Am bktn Hanson H
I' ; J. D, Spreckels IlroB Co
muiiMtiiiitiiite Dru ggiets
IeOESSLEKSe; will refund
1 MAGIC i the money
EHEAIACHEj If they fall
WAFERS ;i to cure.
KWfWfWfffMiX trie 10 bu.
News nf Shipping
.Hong Waler ItoiiI
Kit lmi' ulli A i lii fimii la
PnlM Is illt. Il irKHig at I ! Ii 1 J . ru U
lO.fftr. Imtm nt stiaar trti in Hum i
The ship IroqiH'ls Inhiled thn Uric
olevtrttel geiitrntor for tire Itapl I
Trnnell f'oniMny the) wclRlml fotii
The Nllhaii from Kanal tmrlMrpotu
ftttA I ... .... I i' ?.. ..
mw iir i iHinnr on iisnut ni ma
churning the machinery forjfiie Mc
111) dp plantation nt llleele the hawser
parted In trln to pull the scow off
Had fine weather crorslng the channel,
The American schooner Itnaamond
nrrlied Hiinda) from Snn I'lin
cl.co 21 das out. She brings a general
targo. besides a lot of Iron wmk. A
lot of one hundred and fifty hogs arriv
ed lit I'Xiellrut condition nnd were m.
loadi it jpstrrday.
Last Thursday the schooner Knwul
lanl operated Ii) Sing Cli-ong k Co
went nthoro near .M ok oil I Hock nnd In
nil probability will become n total
wreck. The vcel was under the com
mand of Captain Moses and n Japancho
crew. She was built at San Frnnclsco
The employes and other attaches In
nnd around the wharf of the Inlcr-lsl-nnd
Steamship Company have been try
lug to Bolce the mstcry In the shape ef
n man who has been holding down the
wharf for the past four das and
nights. Whatever his business is ho Is
certainly n stayer. Sonic hate advanc
ed tho Idea that ho Is keeping tabs on
ensels In the harbor, while others uro
of tho opinion that he Is a special agent
of the Treasury department.
Tho recently constructed American
Bteel bark Knlulanl loaded with n gen
eral cargo for this port nnd which
cleared from San Francisco on the lt
IiibI.. had to return to her wharf owlnn
to her deck load being top hcaty.
When ho realized that any attempt to
proceed further on his Journey would
bo suicidal. When tho upper topsails
wero set Captain D.ibel began toloik
serious, inn wncn tho royals were
spread he lost no time In heading for
'Frisco water front. Ily this time no
doubt the good Bhlp Is on her way heie
Fnke Inventor AficncIcK.
An Interesting example of the ex
tent to wlhch trustful Inventors may bo
victimized by foreign patent agencies
Is furnished by some recent proceed
ings In tho English bankruptcy court
In tho case of one Percy R. J. Willis.
The bankrupt testified that the was as
sociated with another person In carry
ing on what they cnlled tho Interna
tional Patentees' Agency. He and his
partner also used the name of Donald
Cameron In carrying on the business
The names of Inventors In tho United
States having been ascertained, he
sent out to them a number of circulars
containing Invitations to remit money
for the purposo of hating provisional
patent rights granted to them In En
gland. In response to these invitations
he received a large number of remit
tances with Instructions to protect tho
Inventions specified. In G33 Instances
the remittances were not used. It ap
peared that tho bankrupt's firm had
absorbed In Its business more than 110,-
000 received from Inventors In the
United States and not applied to the
purposes for which the money was senr.
Mr. Willis could not filo any statement
showing what had been done with
these receipts. Tho surprising feature
of the business Is tho case with which
the promoters obtained money from
their foreign customers. The bank
rupt freely admitted that In the case of
one of his corporate agencies ho ap
peared In tho double capacity of Rich
ard Ralnsford, the manager of the com
pany, and Percy Willis, Its consulting
SIMPLICITY OF SCIENCE.
Science Is always simple. It's only
quackery that Juggles with Jargon.
Medical treatment of the past dealt
with "simples," the puro vegetable
remedies provided by nature. Sagwa
Is compounded of simples. It Is pure
ly vegetable. It Is scientific, because
It s based on tho known curative pro
perties of tho herbs, roots, barks and
gums which It contains. It Is the
most efficient blood purifier and blood
builder known. Ninety per cent of
diseases aro curable by tho prompt
nnd proper use of Sagwa. It expels
from the blood all corrupting anct cor
roding elements and builds up a new
body with new blood. There Is no
substitute for Klckapoo Indian Sag
wa. Hobron Drug Co., agents for the
Klckapoo Indian Remedies.
Large Airy Mosquito
LVLimillNfi NI W AND COMrOKTAULl:
The New Era !
The New Two-story Lodging House on
Fort St. retvveen VlnevarJ and School
Only live minute walk t the Orphtum
Cafe, and fifteen minutes walk to the poit
office. I.Am. I: LAKAI! AM) VtKANDAH.
IVLRVTIIINO cj Till, rtfcsf. For terms
apply on premises from 9 a. m. to 9 p. in.
Large tract of land situated In Nuuauu
Valley, Honolulu, containing 20 acres,
more or less, and known as the Nuuanu
Pall Saoon premises, with buildings and
GrounJs cultivated with fruit tires, etc.
I70i-tf 1 j Kaihi'manu St.
SlwMiolJtft art htrtby notified that th
FifthAe.mfntrf prr irtitnrtwe and
MiHulf dollars pet lir on the Capital
Stock ol 1MB IMtlt ISLAND IKI.E
CIKAI'H CO.. L1 L l due and payabU
July tut, at the uffice of the ntx'M'ipitJ,
ill Fort street. J. II. IISHLH.
Attr. Treat.. Inter liUnd Telegraph Co.,
Honolulu. lun I. lo. l;a
MHunalel Bugar Co., Ltd.
A meeting of the ttockholJers of the
above company will be helJ at the office
of l-MMKTT MAY, JuJd Building, on
FrlJiy, December 14, iooo, at to a. m.
A full attendance Is deslreJ.
By orJer of the Board of Directors,
C. H. GRAY,
id J Secretary, Maunalel Sugar Co., I.tj.
The only persons hiving authority tt
make collections for THE HAWAIIAN
ELECTRIC COMPANY, LTD., art
those w earing The Hiwallan Electric Com
pany, Ltd., badge, marked COLLECTOR
No's. 8, q or 10.
ELECTRIC COMPANY, LTD.
Election of Officers.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
at the ajjourned annual meeting of the
OAHU SUGAR CO., Ltd., held In Hono
lulu on December jrJ, 1900, the following
officers were elected to serve for the ensu
ing year :
Paul lenberg President
B. F. Dillingham, 1st Vice PrcslJent
M. P. Robinson,. 2nd Vice President
II. A. Isenberg Treasurer
Board of D!rectcrs-S. C. Allen, F. J.
Lovvrey, Fred. Lewis, J. A. McCandless,
Paul Isenberg, B. F. Dillingham, M. P.
Robinson, II. A. Isenberg and F. Ktamp.
Klhei Assessment Notice.
The 8th Assessment of M. orfitorar
share, became due on the 1st of August,
1900, penalty Dearing irom eptemotr 1st,
1000, and delinquent on the toth of Ses-
temrer, loco. Delinquents are now pub
lished and will be sold at auction on the
28th ot November, 1900.
The oth Assessment of M. or f 2.W net
share, became due on the 1st of September,
1900, penalty waring from August 1st,
toco, and delinquent on the list of Oct
The 10th Assessment of 5?;, or 12.50 pe.
share, became due on the tst of October
1900, bears penalty Irom November 1st
1900, and will be delinquent on November
The nth Assessment of $Vt or fz. 50 per
share, has been levied to become due and
payable on the tjth of November,
1000, will bear penalty from December
15th, 1000, becoming delinquent on the
15th of January, 1901.
J. P. COOKE,
Treasurer. Klhel Plantation Co.. Ltd.
Horolutu, November loth, 1900. i6S4-tf
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTH
CIRCUIT, HaWillil ISlilDS.
FRANK LOUIS v. MADIA T.LOBIA rncriMa
Tin Rtf utile ol Hawaii. T. tt. Mankal .lib.
n.wtn.n wan.,, of nit Dttuty. urtmr.
You ar. coaia.n4.d Is iubboh MARIA GLORIA
COSTINA,dlnvlant,lait tk. tA.H t'a artltn
ANSWER HITHIN TWENTY DAYS aftar httIc.
hmaf, lo t o4 arr.f Nlci. lb. tatd Ores
Coult .1 It. Stllcttof Tann tbf.ot. to b. bold. at
Llhw. Itl.ad of K.nai. oa WIDNESDAY. tha jta
i.y ol Srplmrar Bast, at ,o o'clock a. au. to thaw
c.u. way In. clalai ol Flaak Loalt. .lalatlf , abMaid
not b. aw.ided loblai ourtuaBt lo taa ttaor of he.
itni4 uni ior uivcrc.. Aa. aav. ih tan QMra
tblt Writ vttb full iturn ol ymit rroctvllac Ibnaoa.
Wim. t Moo. J. Harir. Jitdr ol tba Ckcalt Coot
of Mm Fifth Clitall. at Libia, Canal, tact trtt day ad
I3lta.ll rlAKKT V. WIMMP.
I bmty c.rtlfr tha f ortaolaa to to a tnia aad aaart
copy of th. MlKlnal tuamaat la tald caul, aad Stat
taid Court ardrrad .ublk.tioa af lb. aa aad a
cootlsuaaca al tald cauia aatll rb. a. at March, 1711,
trrm ol tblt Coon.
D.t.4 Lib.., Kauai, Sarlnalwr attb.
HARRY D WISHARO.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TBE Finn CIR
CUIT, TERRITORY OF H4WAIL
KAAPUWAl k. ... E.llNDEUNV.So.oa
TlMltrfllbrvol llaaali: TolbHir !;tM.ia aI tK.
Trrrilory ol H.aaU. or bit Ctouty. lha Sturlfl al taa
Itljad ol K.ual. or hit Dtpury, or aay CosttaMa la
tba Tmttory at Hawaii.
You a. coaiaaaJ.dto wauaoa E.LINSEMANM
d.lrnj.tt, la ..m ha thill tla wrt-uo ANSWER
W ITHIN TWENTY DAYS .fur vrr.lt. luraaf. ta ka
and irr.41 ttfor. in. tald Circuit Court at tba Say
t.mbrr Trrai thrrof . to ha boldra at Llhu. ltlaad ad
K.U4l.onWtDM:SUAY. lb. lbd.y f SqlratUr
1111, at to o'clock j H la thrm caawt way tba
claim of Kaipoaal k. rlalotlS. tboM a t aval dad
10 om rurtaaai to ma unor 01 ait aaaaatj raiHa.
Aad hav. yau lb iter, tblt Writ !. full raiuta al
your Bioc.adlnft tharnai
WlmruHoa.Jtcob Haldy. JuJr. ol tb.Ckxx
Tocn of tta filth Circuit, tt Ubw. tblt otk day a
t5ltMl) HARRY D. WISIURD.
I btrtby c.rtity th. f vttgtlvr .t. re, a.d ..ad
copy ol tA. orljrlsil hbimi hi tald cum adc bat
ttld Court otJrr.d nMka'fon ot lb, taa aad a
cootlrmrc. f I ..Id cauta ualil tba aril March, lao.
term ctthit Cucri.
DiKd LibM, rwt. xO. r
HARRY D WISHARD.
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