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TUB EVENINO BULLETIN! HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, DECEMBER ll, 1900.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The (teamen of ihli line trill arrive tnd letre this port a hereunder:
FltO.M SAN FRANCIBCO. I FOR BAN FIIAKCI9CO.
Sierra Dec. 18
Zealandla Jan, 3
Sonoma Jan. 8
Alameda Jan. 19
Ventura Jan. 29
Sierra -. Feb. 19
Alameda Mch. 2
8onoma .' Mch. IS
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 la tho United States, and from New
' York by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. GL Irwin & Co., Limited
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental SteamsMp Co, 0 Tojo Risen Kalsha
.. , Sweatee ! 164 start coapaotaa will call 41 Hosolulo aal letee Ala fort a M akaat tf
For Japan and China:
Nippon Mora Dtc. II
Rio dt Jautlro -Dec. n
Coptic H. fv
America Marti Jin. s
ror taatral Inforaatioa ,piy
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.; Agents.
Canadian -Australian Royal Hail Steamship Company.
aVSttaams ol the abort' Hot. nuke la couocttoa win laa CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
imm Vaacoartr, B. C. ana Sydnt?, N. S. W., aadcalllatat Vlcloila. C. C, Hoaolala aad Brlebaat
an DUG AT HONOLULU oa of aboil tbt oatet below atatad via i
ROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C,
Far Brlebana aad Svdnevl
waniDM ...vec. ta
trout! tlckata laaued from Hoaolala la Canada. Uatud Statat aad Idiom. For Fttlt bt aal
fattttt aal all (antral laloraatloa, apply la
Thco. H. Davlcs fir
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
8. S. "AMERICAN" has left New York for this port via 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's wharf, 42d Street, South Brooklyn, at all
For further particulars apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Wider SteamshiD Do., Ltd,
6. 6. Klnau,
IfOLOKAI, MAUI, HAWAIL
Will sail from Honolulu on
rnesdays at 12 noon, for Knu
MkAkai, Lahalna, Maalaea Bay, Klhel,
tfakena, Kawathae, Mahukona, Lau
euioeb.ee and Hllo.
-. Beturnlng will sail from. Hllo on
nidays at 10 a. m., for above named
ports, arriving In Honolulu on Satur
ys. Passengers and freight will be taken
sjr Hakena, Mahukona, Kawalhae, HI
an, Hakalau, Honomu, Papalkou and
i. .. .nrl PArKiOKfl ONLY
Mil be taken for Kaunakakal, Lahalna,
l Bay. Kinei ana iaupauoemw
6. 6. Claudlne.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at 1 p. m.. touching at Lahalna, Ka
fcalul, Nahlku, Hana, Hamoa and Kl
kulu. Maul. Returning, touches at
above named ports, arriving In Hono
lulu Bnnday mornings.
m W1U call at Nuu. Kaupo, tines each
8. 8. Lehua,
MOLOKAI. MAUI, LANAL
Mails every Monday for Kaunakakal,
Camalo, Maunalel, Kalaupapa, Labal-
aa, Honolua, Olowalu. Returning ar-
1 at Honolulu oaiurua uiurauaaaa-
This company reserves the right to
sake changes In the time of departure
and arrival of Its steamers WITHOUT
NOTICE), and It will not be responsible
fur liny consequences arising there-
Consignees must be at the landing
'm receive their freight This cosa
hd; will not bold Itself responsible
l.r freight after It has been landed.
Live stock received only at owner's
This company will not be responsible
lnr money or valuables of passengers
tan 1 ess placed In the care of the pur
Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. Those fall
lag to do so will be subject to an ad
lltlonal charge of twenty-five per cent.
Tho company will not bo liable for
loss of, nor Injury to, nor delay In de
livery of ba3Eago or personal effects of
yasseneers, or freight of shippers, be
yond the amount of S100, unless the
value of the Bnrao be declared when 10
celved by tho Company, and an extra
charge be made therefor.
All employes of tho company are for
bidden to receive freight without de
livering a shipment receipt therefor In
tke form prescribed by the Company,
and which may be seen by shippers
pon application to the pursers of the
Shippers are notified that If freight
la shipped without such recepli it will
a solely at the risk of the shipper.
O. L. WIGHT. President ,
. B. ROSS. Secretary.
CAPT. T . if- CLARK- Port "npt
Zcalandla Dee. 14
Alameda Dec. 20
Zealandla Jau. S
Mariposa Jan. 8
Alameda . Jan. 23
Slcrrn Jan. 29
Alameda Feb. 13
Sonoma -. Feb. 19
Alameda Mch. 6
Ventura Mch. 12
Alameda Mch. 27
8lerra 1 Apr. 2
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
For San Franctoo:
America Maru llec. l$
Peking Dtc. ft
Gaetl Jan. i
Honskong Mara .Jan.
China Jan. it
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
Fof Victoria aal Vaacaaraf IB. CI:
miovera uec. 19
Co., Ltd., Gcn'l Agents.
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS, DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library. Cars, with Btiber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dlnlnc Cars (Meals a-la-cartei
i-ree Keciininc unairs.
. - tT .. . . . '
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
MS Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
'No. 1 Montgomeryi St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. Si T. A.,
I4J2 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. ft L. Go.
From and After January 1. IIMo.
STATrOKS. Dally Dally
(Mvart) ai. Saa. tally as. Saa. Dally Dally
A.M. AM. AM. Ma. tjil
Hoaolala t:ie ,: 11:01 mi 1.10
Paari Ctly.... Si a.l tiua m... i:ta
SwaMIII Sijj io.oS una , iiia
Walalaa 11:11 .... -t ,,,,
(lawarl) ax Sat). Dally Dally Dally
wa .?. STmSB STBVa
Siaata .... iiji .... a.al
Walalaa.,,,., .,.. i:io .,.. assa
' ' Ml
waJtJII 1 at TI4I 1105 aiit
PaailCHy .i IJ ilia :ja
oaolala I.a S.13 a 116
P. C. Smith, Gsnl Paaa. A Ticket
O. P. Darmitoii. Snperlntendent.
Violin - Studio
room 4. Love building.
Mrs. Annis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, " JValgnon "
720 Berttanla street: Tel. 1114. 1627 tf
B. K. KAAI,
Teacher of ' ' .itar, Mandolin, Zltbst
Ukulele and Taro Patch,
Orders to be left oars of Wall, Nlcholi
Co: r Vaatrom Masto Oo.'s lMf
'af . i-J
Wnihlnglon, Dec. 3, Tlii npcr.
Inji of Congress todny drew grrnt
cronds to tho rnpltol. On Jtim 7 !.ut
tho first session of tho Fifty-sixth
CotiRroim niljournoil nml tho ecrnnd
ecealun In-Knn today Hh mnny mo
mentous qiicatluiiR nwaltlng tho nt
tcntlon of tho Nntlonnl Inw maker.
Thcro wero conferences among Hen
ntors nn to tho program for Jho week
nml for so early In (ho nctslon untimtnl
activity wae dlnplayi'd by members on
until allien of the cnpltol.
Spcnkcr lletiileroon arrived nt his
private odlco nbotit 11:10 and was
soon surrounded by members, dlsctm
Ing tho progrnm of business.
President pro torn Pryo called tho
Senato to order promptly at 12 o'clock.
Tho credentials of Wm. I). Dillingham
ns a Senator from Vermont, wcro
presented and tho oath was adminis
tered to lilm. Senator dear's succes
sor, former Representative Jonathan
P. Dolllvcr, of lown, wns present.
Tho president pro tern, Mr. Fryo,
appointed Messrs. Hoar and Cock
roll a committee to wnlt on tho Presi
dent and Inform him that tho Senato
wns ready to rccclvo any communica
tion ho desired to make.
In tho House, tho Speaker announc
ed a quorum present and that the
House was ready for business. The
now members were then sworn In.
Tho Speaker appointed Messrs.
Payne, of New York, Orosvcnor of
Ohio, and KIclianlBon, of Tennessee,
to Join tho committee of tho Scnnto
to notify tho President that Con
Kress Is ready to rccelvo any comma
nlcatlon from lilm. Tho llouso then
took a rcccsB until 2 o'clock.
Tho committees appointed to wait
upon tho President nijd Inform him
that tho two houses wero organized
and ready to recclvo any communica
tion he might wish to submit reached
tho White llouso at 1:20 o'clock and
wero at onco shown into tho cabinet
room, where tho President wns In
wnltlng. The announcement wns mnilo
by Senator Honr, and In reply tho
President informed tho committee lie
wns glad that Congress wns again In
session and that ho would nt onco
send n communication to Congress In
writing. The committee remained
with the President only a fow minutes
and then entering their carriages re
turned to the cnpltol.
Tho Senato reassembled nt 1:45 nnd
a few minutes Inter Major Prudcn,
one of the President's secretaries, ap
peared with the President's message.
Tho reading of tho document began
Porto Rlcana) fop Hawaii.
New Orleans. La., December 1
Tho first lot of Porto Rlcans, 114 In
numoer, bound for tho Hawaiian su
gar plantations, were admitted here
today from the steamship Arcadia, as
United StateB culiens, thtiB setting
tho vexed question as to tho national
status of tho Porto Rlcans. They
nro a puny, squalid set. They flllea
two tourist cars on tho Southern Pa
cific and left to-night for San Fran
cisco. A prominent railroad man who han
dled them pronounced them tho most
miserable, Ill-conditioned people ho
over saw. "I novo handled people of
almost ovcry nntlon upon the faco 0$
tho earth, but never In my life havo
seen peoplo who could rompnro with
theBo Porto Rlcans who wero taken
through here to Hawaii. Their nil
Ject misery cannot 00 Imagined un
less seen, Thcro wns not a sound
body among all of them, and all look
ed liko consumptives. They wore
scarcely any clothes, no shoeB nnd
scarcely any clothes, no shoes and lit
tlo two-by-two blankets aplcco which
they used as scarfs aruond tholr
necks. They wero a mongrel breed,
ami Inter-marrlago lias so evidently
depleted their vitality that I cannot
see how they havo stamina enough to
live. They wero listless, dull, Indif
ferent. Not one of them raised his
head to look about him to sco what
ibo new country was like. Thoy sat
or stood there without life or move
ment, tho women smoking cigarettes."
Ths Zealandla' Paaan(tepa.
From San Francisco, per S. S.
Zealandla, Dec. 10. D. L. Hachant, K.
T. Uarlow and wife. Ed. Ilaumburgcr,
A. S. llent and wife, Mrs. L. A. Bond,
J. Urady, R. S. llrewstcr, Clawson
Cannon, Geo. Q. Cannon, wife and two
children, R. Carlon, Mrs. K. Slawson,
Master ClawBon, Wm. Cluff and wife,
Miss K. Cough ran, Wm. C. Crtchton,
Miss C. M. Cronln. A. 11. Davlcs. II.
T. Davles, M. Duffy. W. Dunn, Sister
Knlolla, Sister Ephralm Mrs. M. A.
Flanders, S. Frankerstcln, Mrs.
Frary. MIss'R Qlynn, Mother Helcno,
Chas. II. Holmes, V. C. Hooker, Mrs.
W. T. Hyde. Mrs. J. E. Kollor and
child, Miss K. McCarthy, E. M. Mc
Nulty, Mrs. II. J. McShane, C. P.
Morso and wife, J. Nichctia and wife.
Miss Nlckcus, P. lleubolt. H. W. Rlo
tow, Otto Schmidt, II. 11. 8chroltke,
Wm. Scurby and wife, Mrs. S. I.
Shaw, Mrs. A. Smith and child, T. M.
Smith, Dr. J. II. Spquldlng and wlto,
Mrs. O. C. Strntemoycr and throe
children, J, Stuart and wlfo. Miss )'.
M. Sumter, Chas. Sutton, J. F. Tat
niago. It. J. Tobln, Mrs. Frank Walker
and child, Mrs. It. SVnllnco. P. R.
Whelnn, Mrs. I. Young, Mrs. R, Sim
mons, Mj-s. and Miss Sat, W. W. Cur
tis, o. 11. Clnrko and wlfo.
Crokcr'H Hngllnh Tiixch.
New York, Dec, 1, A dispatch to the
World from London says: Rlchnrd
Croker has been assessed for an Income
tnx at J 100,000. This Is tho high rate
levied In England on account of iho
Doer war. The tax Is levied on tem
porary residents as well 11s cltlzeiu,
Croker consulted some lornl people ns
to what he Bhould do. He was ndvUcil
to appeal against the assessment.
which nt tho present rate meant the
payment of J5000, Accordingly Croker
went to Wantage to appeal personally
before the local committee. The pro
ceedings were private.
PATRIOTS' YEAR BOOK
Tho Year llmik of the Hawaiian So
ciety of the Huns of the Atmrknti Rev
olution for I HUO has been iiubllilicJ un
der tho direction of Sicretaty W O.
Atwatcr. This book Is tcry (omplcio
1 . nil Its details shonlng the local solid)-
to be keeping well up to Die stan
dard. In addition to the usual roll of
ineiii jers.a fund ol Into- illng Informa
tion, Is published outlining the objects
of the society and d tailing the Import
ant legislation secured through Its nc
tUllles. Tho Introduction contains this
sentiment: "The hope was ixprcssn!
In our Year Hook of ISO" 'that we may
soon be living under the (tag of our
fatherland,' has nt last been fulfilled,
nnd these fair Islands have become ;in
liitegral part of the Great Republic
henceforth to enjoy all the cMI ami
political rights which arc guaranteed
by Its Constitution. Here It will be tha
mission of our Society, In the futtllu
as It has been In the past to uphold the
sacred principles for which our ances
tors fought nnd of which our flag Is
The frontispiece Is a photograph of
Peter Cushman Jones, one of the local
society founders, who dntes his patrio
tic nrdor back to the battle of Hunker
Hill. Other illustrations arc photos of
Col. nnd Mrs. William Douglass, revolt)
tlonary ancestors of W. D. Alexander
Col, Joseph Piatt Cooke, C. M. Cooke 3
ancestor: Mathew Parke nnd the late
Chief Justice Judd who was also one of
tho most active members.
Tho society has lost two members
by death. Mr. Judd and Edwin A
Jones.. It has added quite a number nf
m ft, p. n. p m
to 6.s4 1 8 t t9 1-36
It T.101.6 8.48 U
tt T.JJ 1 4 io&t j.tt
I) 8.t6 t.t ti.18 31
14 9 06 1 o a. n. 4 t9
13 c 08 t t.to 00 jc)
6 O 48 I 4lt.04 )f
it t 4 1 6tt 08 6.11
Monday ,, ..
Hawaiian Standard Time Is 10b, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, belug
that of the meridian of 1S7 30. Tho
time wblstlo blows at 1:30 p. m., which
Is the same aB Greenwich Oh, 0m.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Musters of vessels sailing from this
pore for San Francisco will find thero
a branch of the U. S. Hydrographlc
OflUo located In the Merchants' Ex
change, where Is maintained for their
ncneflt free of charge, complete sets
of charts and directions of tho world.
Latest Information can be obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
and all matters of Interest to occin
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
Steamrs duo and sailing for the re
mainder of this and the' wholo of next
month are as follows:
Steamers. From. Duo.
Nippon Maru S. F. Dec. 13
American Maru -Yokohama.... Dec. 1!
Ventura S.F. Dec. 13
Slcrrn S. F Dec. IS
Mlowera Colonies Dec. 19
Alameda Colonics Dec. 20
Rio de Janeiro p. F. Dec. CI
Warrlmoo Victoria Dec. 22
City of Peking Yokohama..., Dec. 25
Coptic S. F. Dec. 29
Australia S. F. Dec. 29
Steamers. For. Due.
Zealandla 8. F. .-. Dec. 14
Nippon Maru Yokohama Dec. 13
American Maru B. r. Dec. 15
Mlowera Victoria ..Dec. U
Alameda S. F. Dec. 20
Sierra S. F. Jan. 29
Rio de Janeiro Yokohama ....Dec. 21
Wnrrlmo Colonies Dec. 22
City of Pcklng-8. F. Dec. 25
Coptic Yokohama Dec. 29
N. B. A United States Army Trans
port may be expected from San Fran-
Cisco on the 9th and 24th of each montn,
en rout to Manila, unless route Is
changed by the War Department.
German School Ship.
Portland, Or,, Dec. 1. The German
bark Herzogln Sophie Charlotte arriv
ed at Astoria yesterday afternoon after
a run of 25 days from Hlogo. This Ik
one of the fustcst passages on record,
The Herzogln Sophie Charlotto has
been the object of considerable Interest
uherovcr slio has gono In her voyage
around tho world, for she carries tho
largest crew that ever came Into thla
port on 11 sailing ship, there being ner
100 men aboard her. Tho Herzogln la
a school ship equipped by tho North
German Lloyd Steamship Company nt
Urn7ll Gntna Territory.
Berne, Dec. 1, Tho nward of the
Swiss government In the Franco-Urn-zlllan
boundary dispute glvis llraztl
117,000 square miles of tho contested
territory. France gets about 3,000
square miles north of the Tiimuc Hit
: HAtSll :
; WAFERS ii
if they fail
A Healthy Stomach
makes pure blood, vigorous nervrs-a strong
bojy. Hosteller's Stomach Bitters
strcngtht n weak stomachs. An occasional
dose will keep the bowels active. Taken
regularly, It will cure Indigestion, consti
pation, dyspepsia, blllousress, Inactive
liver or kUneys, malaria fever and ague.
It will cure you. See that a Prlvnte
Revenue Ktnmi covers the neck ol the
It has no
HA8TU8T TROTTf!! SOLD.
Now York, Nov. 30. There was a
largo crowd In Madison Square Oa:
den today, tho attraction being the an
nouncement that The Abbott, tho hoi 1-
r of the world's trotting record of
2:3U, was to bo put up for sale by tho
Faslg-TIpton auctioneer. There was
much discussion as to whether tho
price for tho famous trotter would
equal or exceed tho $11,000 paid for
Tho Abbott Is n bay gelding foaled In
1S93 by Chimes-Nettle King, and wis
sold by the Village farm of J. C. au.l
Harry Hamlin nt East Aurora, N. V.
Ho was brought Into tho ring nt 4
o'clock. The bidding wns short, E.l
Tipton of New York, nctlng for T. W.
Law son of Doston, mado tho llrst Ml,
$20,000. Fire Commissioner John Scan
ncll of New York raised him (500, and
tho horso was sold to Mr. Scanncll for
It was thought Mr. Scannel mlg.it
have purchased the animal for Richard
Croker. He announced that ho had
bought the horse for his own use, and
that The Abbott would remain In the
hands of Ed Geers for further training.
Dlddlng for other horses was slow, ow
ing to the general Interest In the days
Exclusive of a team and one single
horse resold from Thursday there were
eighty-two horses disposed of today
for a total of $79,945, an average of
$974.93 per head, the highest figure
reached during the sale."
Hllo, Dec. 6. Tho consolidation of
tho Hllo Electric Light Co. with tho
Hllo Electric Power and Refrigerator
Co. was practically settled at a nice.-
Inng of tho directors of both compan
ies held a few days ago, the actual
Blgnlng of papers being left to a meet
ing to be held within a few days. Par
ticulars as to terms are not obtalnablo
at this tlmo but It Is understood that
the new company yielded to tbe old cne
In several points. It Is not believed
that there will be any change In rales
of light or power, In fact this assuranco
has been freely given by the dlrectori
of the new company. Hawaii Herald.
Police Court Notes.
Tho following cases wero disposed of
In tho Police Court this forenoon: h.
Q. Farrlas, selling liquor without u
license, discharged; John Lemes, cruel
ty to animals, $5 and costs; three Ja
panese, disturbing the quiet of the
111K111, repnmanacu anu uiscnarge.i;
Jos. Kahoohalabala, common nui
sance, $2 and costs; Kepano, larceny In
the second degree, committed to tho
Circuit Court for trial; Elcakala, samo
charge and samo disposition; Ah San,
gambling, $25 and costs.
Australian Mall Contract.
Vancouver, B. C, Nov. 30. Austra
lian advices say the Government ha
approved the arrangements for tho new
mall service between San Francisco,
Auckland and Sydney, commencing
this month. The contract for tho ser
vice Is with J. D, Sprcckels & Ilros. Co.
of San Francisco. Three seventeen
knot boats of tho Oceanic Steamship
Co., the Sierra, the Sonoma nnd the
Ventura; aro the mall steamers.
Large Airy Mosquito
UVfcKYTHirsG NEW ANU COMFORTABLE
The New Era !
The New Two-story Lodging lUuse on
Fort St. between Vineyard and School
Only live minutes wulk t the Orpheuni
Cafe, and fifteen minutes walk to the post-
office. LAItOi: LANAIS AND Vf.KAr.DAH.
LVCKYTHING Ol' Till: BUST. For terms
apply on premises from 9 a. in. to 9 p. m.
Large tract of land situated in Nuuanu
Valley, Honolulu, containing 20 acres,
more or less, and known as the Nuuanu
Pall Saoon premises, with buildings and
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc.
Apply to A. G. CORPFA,
1703-tf 15 KaahumanuSt.
StockholJers are hereby notlfieJ that the
FoufthAsesmtnt of , per cent or two and
one-half dollars per share on the Capital
Steele ol THE INTER ISLAND TELE
'JUAI'H CO., 1.1 D Is due ami payable
July 1st, at the office of the unferslgneJ.
lit Fort streot. J. H. HISHEII.
Aclg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co,
Honolulu. June 1. 1000. ma
Maunulci Sugar Co., Ltd,
A meeting of the stockholders of the
above comrany w 111 be held at the office
of EMMETT MAY, Judd BulMlnR, on
Friday, December 14, looo, at 10 a. rru
A full attendance Is desired.
Uy order of the Hoard of Directors,
C. B. GRAY,
a-td Secretary. Maunalel Sugar Co., Lta.
McBRYDE SUGAR CO., Ltd.
Notice Is hereby Riven that the Tenth
Ass-ssment of ten tlo) per cent (loo per
share), levied on the assessable stock 0!
the McHryde Sugar Co., Ltd., Is due or
December 1st, 1900, and will be delinquent
on December 15th, 1500.
Stockholders will please make prompt
payment at the office of Messrs. Theo. H.
Davles & Co., Ltd.
F. M. SVVANZY.
Treasurer, McHryde Sugar Co.. Ltd.
l6p4 9t eod
Election of Officers.
At the Annual Meeting of the Stock
holders of the Honolulu Market Co., held
on Saturday, December 8th, 1900, the fol
lowing officers were elected to serve during
the ensuing year :
Edcar Halstead President
August Drtler Vlce-rre Ident
A. Hocking Treasurer
A. Gartenberg Auditor
Honolulu, Dec. 8th, 1900. i7o8-rl
Klhel Assessment Notice.
The 8th Assessment of 5', or f2.5opor
shale, became dui on the 1st of August,
1900, penalty bearing from September 1st,
1000, and delinquent on the loth of Seo-
temher, 1900. Delinquents are now pub
lished and will be sold at auction on the
SOth of November. 1900.
The oth Assessment of .?. or ti.vi ds
share, became due on the 1st of September,
1900, penalty waring uom August in,
loco, and delinquent on the list of Oct
The 10th Assessment of .X. orfz-to De-
share, became due on the 1st of October
looo, Dears penalty Irom November 1st
1900, and will be delinquent on November
The nth Assessment of s't.or2.soper
share, has been levied to become due and
payable on the 15th of November,
1900, will bear remit v from December
15th, 1000, becoming delinquent on the
15th of January, 1001,
J. P. COOKE,
Treasurer, Klhel Plantation Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, November 10th, loco. rtS-tt
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTH
CIRCUIT, HAWAIIAN 1SLA1DS.
rHANK LOUIS vi MAWIA GLORIA COSTIM
Tht KrpuMIc ol Hawaii: T Ma Marshal otfat
Hawaiian l.ianj.. or m Deputy. (jrtllnr.
You aracommanJ4to .umoion MAKIA CLOGZaX
COSTINA.dfl.nJ.nl. Incau aha .hall (la wrMtat
ANSWER NITHIN TWENTY PAYS aim into
h.r.ot. In ba and rr.r Nlof. Uw tall Clrcott
Court at trt Sctt.mter Trrm tb.raof , to aa aolMi ai
Llhut, lilanl of Kanal. on WEDNESDAY, Caa jt
Jay ol Safterattr flaat, alio o'clock a.m.. to thaw
cautt why tht claim ol Frank Loula, plalotlff, taoaM
not bt awarded to him rurtuant to tht ttnor af ah
anrtiti Ltbtl for Divt ret. And havt vmi Uwa tafta
una writ wnn tun r.turnor yourrrocttdiotttw
Wltn.it Hon. J. Hardv. Juir, of th Tlrrulf Tjiom
ol tha Fillh Circuit, at Llhut, Kauai, thli nth day of
HARRY D. WISHARD.
I htrtly certify tht foregoing to tt a trua and tiact
copy of tbt original tummoat In aald cauaa aad taae.
aald Court ordered publication of ihe aaaaa and a
continuance of aald cauw untl. tht neat March, eajot,
term ol thlt Court.
Dated Llhue, Kauai, September acth. iqoo.
HARRY D WISHARD.
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IN TBE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTH CH
CUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
KAAPUWAI k. vs. E. LINDbMANN.Summona
Tht Territory of Hawaii: To tht High Sheriff ol tW
Tenllo.y of Hawaii, or hla Deputy, tht Sheriff of tha
Island of Kauai, or hit Deputy, or any Consublala
the Ttrrllory of Hawaii:
You ait commanded to aummon E. L1NOEMAKX
del.ndant. In cam he shall file written ANSWER
WITHIN TWENTY DAYS after service hereof, to b.
and appear belortiht aald Circuit Couit at the Sea
tfmber Term thereof, to be nolden at Llhue, Island W
Kauai, on WEDNtSDAY, tha jlh day of Septrabaa
neat, at 10 o'clock a. m., to ah-w cause why tat
claim of Kaapuwal k, plalallff, should ool be awatdaC
to him purauant to tht lentir of hla anneaed Petlrioa.
And have vou then there thla Writ with fall fhitm
your proc.eJInga thereon.
witness non. jaroo'llardyl judra o( tnauanr
foul ol tha Fjlth Circuit, at llhut, thlt otti dai
HARRY D. WISHARD.
t hcrtby certify tht Iw tgQlne to Vt i ru M r.1
copy ot tha orlctnal tummon In I4 oum aUaDbxt
tali Court ordri puMkatlon o tha taint ana
contlnuanc n( aaU causa until tht twit March, igor
trrm of tMi Court.
DateJ Llbue, btrlemttr tcth. iqno
HARRY D, WISHARD.
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