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Oceanic Steamship Company
Tfat steamera of thU tine will frlt
PltOM BAN PltAKCIHCO.
aierra It.., Dec. 1'
Zcalnnilln .......i Jan. 2
Alameda .'........ Jnn. S
(Kcalandln .................. ...Jnn. 23
Sonoma Jnn. 2?
'Mnrlpoa Kcu. I
fllerra Kelt. 19
, Zrnlamlla Men, 2
' Ventura .....Mch 12
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers the agents ire pre
pared to Issue, to Intending pawners, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Krnnclsco to all points In the United States, and from Now
; .York by any steamship line to all Kurjpcnn ports.'
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
'Wi. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
GKNIUUt, AQENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
occidental anil Oriental Steamship Co, ff Tojo Klsen Kaisha
... Bleeemeot the eboecor.ania will cat! at Honolulu aol leere rale tart oa orabaet
For Japan and China:
Rio do Jauetro
Par general lolorna'Jon tP'y
H. Hackfeld &
e4....a At tfi ahava Itna. .uulaj- la eoauucllaa with tha CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
WiHi Vancouver, B. C. and Sydney, N. S. W.. ant
art KlUH ai'iira.uaj on ar itwn m
JaTOM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, B. C.
Far Brlibaoa aadSydneyi
-jr I Warrlotoo Dec ti
aVTtroaeh tlcfcata leaned Iron Honolulu lo Cauda, Untied SUtaa ltd Europe. For Fralgbt aad
9 aeeese and all faoaral Information, applr to
Thco. H.Davlc6&Co.,Ltd., GcnM Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST
B, S. "AMERICAN" has left New York tor this port via San Francisco,
Tacoma, Seattlo and Nanalmo on 0;tober 30th.
S. S. "HAWAIIAN" will bo dispatched from New York on or before Do.
cember 30th for San Francisco, Puget Sound and Nanalmo en route to liouo
Freight received at company's wharf, 42d Street, South Brooklyn, at all
For further particulars apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Wilder Steamship Co,, Ltd,
O i dOL
6. S. Klnau,
HOLOKAI, MAUI, HAWA1L
Will sail from Honolulu 'on
FuesdayB at 12 noon, for Kau
aakakal, Lahalna, Moalaea Ilay, Klhel,
bfakena, Kawalhae, Mahukona, Lau
yaaoehoe and Hllo.
Beturnlng will sail from Hllo on
Fridays at 10 a. m., for above named
orts, arriving In Honolulu on Satur
day. Passengers and freight wilt he taken
tor Makena,- Mahukona, Kawalhae, Hi
ts, Hakalau, Honomu, Papalkou and
Passengera and -PACKAGES ONLY
rlU be taken tor Kaunakakal, Lahalna,
JUalaea Bay, Klhel and Laupahoehoe
6. 8. Claudlne.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at I p. m. touching at Lahalna, Ka
knlnl, Nahlku, Hana. lUmoa and Ki
aahulu, Maul. Returning, touches at
akove named ports, arriving In Hono
lulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu. Kaupo, once each
6. 8. Lehua,
HOLOKAI, MAUI, LANAI.
all every Monday for Kaunakakal,
Ktunalo, Maunalel, Kalaupapa, Lahal
aa, Honolua.'Olowalu. Returning ar
rives at Honolulu Saturday mornings.
Thla company reserves the right to
.v. ,h,ru in the time of departure
and arrival ot 1U steamers WITHOUT
NOTICE, and It will not be responsible
lor any conaetjuences -riiu m
Consignees must be at the landing
i receive their freight This com
any wilt not, hold Itself responsible
lor freight after It has been landed.
Live itock received only at owner's
1 nls company will not be responsible
lot money or valuables of passengers
Ttipss piacea in u care u iuo jmr
Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets before emnariung. mono urn
lag to do ao will be subject to an ad
i ttirma.1 charge of twenty-five per cent.
The company will not be liable for
loss of. nor Injury to, nor delay In de
livery of baggage or personal effects of
passengers, or freight of shippers, be
yond the amount of $100, unless the
value of the same bo declared when io
eelved by the Company, and an extra
charge be made therefor. '
All employes ot the company are for
bidden to receive freight without de
livering a shipment receipt therefor In
the form prescribed by the Compamy,
and which may be seen by shippers
pon application to the pursers ot the
Bhlppers are notified that It freight
u suiypeu wuuuui nui-u rvooyia n niu
fce solely at the risk of the shipper.
O. L. WIOHT, President
B. B. ROSE, Secretary.
OAPT. T. K CLARK? PoM "upt
and lento thin twt as liereundri
TOll BAN I'liANCISCO.
Alnmnln ........ Dec. 17
Keatnndln. ................. ....Jnn, ..
Mariposa .......... ......... Jnn.
7-oSlnnilln Jnn. 0
Blorra ..........Jan. 2!)
Mnrlpopn ....". Fob in
Alameda , Kelt. 19
Zealand! Mcli, C
For San Francito:
. .Jan. S
Co., Ltd., Agents.
tallttg al Victoria. C. C, Hooololu aad Brletaoe
iti nmr mm tii i
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
Fac Victoria aid Vanceurar (B. CI:
I Mlowtra Dae. io
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROA1
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FRO.M SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS 0AILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
115 Third street. Portland, .Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, Ger.eral Agent,
No. i Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Go.
From and After Aanunry 1, 1W9.
STATIONS. Dallr Dally
uatwarai at. sua. iaur ai. ao. Daily call
n.aa. a.m. aja. rJB. rja.
r.ia t.if "l :i :ia
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waMIII I.! 10.0B taw. awf Si
valaaaa 10:10 .... 4:41
Valalaa 11. sj ..... 1:00 ....
(nuka.... jam ,,,, ini ,,,,
; Saa. Dallr Dallr Dallr
M. AM. PJt. tM.
(aouka , ,,,, tin ,,,. t.aS
Malaloa S.i. kio
Walanaa rii. ....' is,
iwa Mill j'sa r:4S 1105 4:1a
aallClty 6.1s 1.0, lija a.fa
4onolutB Ill I., ao tat
F. C. Bmitb, Oen'l Paui. 4 Ticket
Violin - Studio
ROOM 4 LOVE BUILDING.
Mrs, Aqq.s Montague Turner,
Vocaf Studio, " Mlfinon "
710 Berelanla street: Tel. 1114. 1627.tr
B. Ji. KAA1,
Teacher of ' ' .itar, Mandolin, Zltb'
Ukulele and Taro Patch.
Orders to be left cure of Wall, Nicholi
0'', ' V"jtromMailoOo.'s ISC
U.4--M1 fjt C Ji?
rl m J-SO-
TUB BVKNINO BUI.LHTINi
HmI Estate ud Itrsnr&oce.
IsLWM und 1PLHK
AOKNTH FOR .
Nbw England Mutual Life In
surance co. of boiton.
tna fire insurance c0mpant
HENRY ST. CAJAR,
Members Stack and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular atttntlon tlvao to pcrcbata aad aata al
Hawaiian Sugar Stock.
total Nagotlatad. Saltan aad Fatalg Slacka
408 Culllornln St.,
Hon Frnnclacn. Cnl. ttTi
Stock and Bond Broker
Minttr of HtMo Etock Eicbtog ,
Molnerny Blook. Fort Street,
A. J. OAA1PBKLL,
Stock and Bond Broker
Masoar al tta Hoaolulo Stock Bickaata.
Offlce Qneen street, opposite UnlOL
ratapaoaa' od P O. Bol it,
FRED J. CRQSS,
Consulting and Buparlntendln..
Klnetro Hydraulic Power Trsusmliuloi
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . .
With Catton-Nell Co., Queen street.
Offloe next to Pix ..."Hen. 1231
J MK8 T. TAYLOK,
S06 Judd Block. Tele. Ml.
Honolulu Iron Works C
Improved and modern 8U0AR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scrlptlon made to order. Boiler wort
and RIVETED PIPES for lrrlgatlot
purposes a specialty. Particular attet.
tlon paid to JOB WORK, and repaln
executed at shortest notice.
Terra Gotta Pipe,
same as Is used In the City Sewerage
System. All slzea on hsnd with
necessary fittings ; also
Lanndry Tubs, Etc.
LEWERS & COOKE.
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
Careful Attention given to
and Office Fnrnltnre
In stock, or ordered from
Will engage laborers In
the Hawaiian Islands anil will furn
ish them to plantations, individuals,
firms, or corporations ; will under
take contract work and furnish ex
perienced and reliable contractors.
Telephone, 210 Main.
P. O. Box, 877.
Temporary Office :
Merchant street, Honolulu
Notice to Property Owners and Builders
I wish to notify the Property Owners
and null ers in generu, tint 1 am now
open for buslnes In the Territory Stables
Block, King it., and am ready to give
fiKU'cs on all kinds of plumbing and sew
erage work. A complete line aiwaj s cat
rled in stock.
C. H. BROWN,
Telephone Main 48. Snnltarv Plumber,
P.O. Box 811. J5S King St.
HONOLULU II. I. ItJIlSDAY, tlBQUMtjOll 18, 1900
News of Shipping
Along Water Front
'llu ihp HI ICnlhaillip was totted i"
lli I n 1 1 rim (1 wlmrt t'ttlny Hhr will
Ink -n n load of ulnar fur Dip Com-.
1 hr Atlrc I'lwkp I rapidly IohiIIii
her tnritii of lumber fur l.ovteiK k
l'il.e. It will tsrie nbmit n witI: longer
to rlt'ir her out..
Thf Aliiliuiln of the Ocrntilc Rtratti
slilp ( ompmi)' ilorkrd nt Hip wharf en
jcstenlny nt 3 o'rlnck from the Colo
nics. Hhp p(t imaln for thp Const nt
C o'clock with n light tinMciigrr lltt.
Chief Cnglnppr t.lttlc of tlio Alnmpdi
has liccn proinotpcl to that iiosllloti on
the new stonmshtp Sonnmn. For pish
teen )pnrs he wns rnxlni-pr on the Alt
inciln, and his promotion Is n descrp
The ship Jnnus Driimmond left Syd
ney on Nov. 2Dlh In liallnsl for New
rnntle. She will load with coal for Ho
nolulu. She Is In rommnnd of Captain
II. C. Mason mill hits a registered ton
tuigo of 1I1S tons..
The cold storage steamer Athlon nt
the Klmlmll Kloanmlilp Company h.ts
not cumplctcd tllscharglng her cargo
ns yet. Sho Is lying nt the end of Fort
strict wharf with about CO tuns of meat
fti her cold storage, ready tobVdcllvcrcd.
When this portion of her shipment Is
out sho will get nway for the Coait
If Captain doing ot the Airerlra
Marti is quoted correctly. It Is evident
that tlio Toyo Klsen Knlslia who own
her do not Intend to he outclassed o
far as sprccd across the Pacific Is con
cerned. The captain In credited Willi
saying that orders hate been Issued by
the T, K. K. Company to mala- tho
bist possible time across tho I'nclflc.
The United States Gocrnuieiit uus
ordered the battleship Indiana and Hie
armored cruiser Minneapolis to re In
force Jta squadron In tho Far East. The
cruiser has already left New York on
her new comlsslou and the battleship
will Bhortly follow. The latter Is of
10.100 tons displacement with n speed
of 14 knots and carries n crew of 470
olllcers and men.. Tho MlnncapolU
has n complement of COO, Is of 7,1.'n
tons displacement, and has a speed nt
18.G0 knots. Iloth vessels were con
structed In 189.1..
Tho arrival of the steamer Alameda
from the Colonies made things quite
lively for a awhile yesterday at the
Oceanic wharf Sho departed from Syd
ney on Dec. 1st making a splendid run
to this port. The Alameda left here
last evening at about 7 o'clock iiml will
make all speed possible, In order to
reach San Francisco In time to load and
take up the run ot the Sonoma, one ot
the three new boats constructed by the
company, which was scheduled to leac
San Francisco on January 2. The Al 1
meda will shortly be retired from the
run to the Colonies, after Dftcecn years
of service. She Is a good boat yet, r..
was In evidence on her voyage from
Sydney to Honolulu.
The American delegates to the Inter
national Marine Conference. Rear Ad
miral S. It. Franklin. V. S. N.; Capt.
John W. Shackford. the Hon. W. V.
Goodrich. Mr. Clement A. Orlscom, and
the Hon. S. I.-Klmliall, met nt the Bu
reau of Navigation. Treasury Depart
ment, on Thursday to consider the
proposition to modify, In several par
ticulars, tho rules for preventing col
lisions nt sea In so far ns they relate to
lights on fishing vessels.. The changes
relate particularly to trawlers in tho
Nort hSea. In so far as they relate to
American fishing vessels the change
proposed are In accord with the views
of those most directly Interested. Af
ter some discussion the, delegates de
termined to ask Congress to adopt the
proposition, which originates with
Great .Britain. The enforcement ot
these rules. If adopted by Congress,
will be conditional upon their adoption
by the other principal maritime powers
as tho Intention Is to securo greater
uniformity In the rules to prevent col
lisions at sea. The American itile fur
lights on steam pilot vessels Is also to
bo made tho International rule.
Tho P, and O. Bteamcr Egypt whl.-ii
recently arrived nt Plymouth, landed
the crew of the British steamer Indrn.
who wcro so long missing nttcr the
wreck of their vessel at Cape Guard.!
fill.. Tho Indrn, bound from Java to
Philadelphia, with 8.S0O tons of sugar,
wns wrecked on August 20th about
'twenty-eight miles from Capo GuarJ.v
ful In flno weather. Tho crew left In
four boats, but the captain and second
officer were soon picked up and the mci
convoyed to Aden. Twenty-threo days
later the remainder of the crow arrived
there after extraordinary experiences.
Two days after leaving tho Indra they
fell In with a Somali dow. which .f
freed to conduct them to tho shore to
find fresh water. One of the native
crow understood something of tho lan
guage, and gathered that the strangers
Intended making prisoners of the ship
wrecked mariners nnd holding them for
ransom or Boiling them Into slnvnry..
The Snmalls had placed nn armed man
In one of tho boats but during the night
ho was tin own overboard nnd the tow
line was cut ndrlft.. Hoisting Ball, tho
two boats stood away, but wero booh
followed In pursuit by tho Snmalls, who
wero seen preparing their blow darts
Tho sailors' smaller craft wns abm
iloneil, Its occupants being tnken on
the sailing boat, which now had thlrty
nlno peoplo on board, with a diminish
ed supply of water and food, In the
darkness tho Indrn'a crew effected their
escape but another eight days elapsnd
before n friendly village was reachel
nn the Arabian coast. Meanwhile the
water supply was limited to four tahlv
IfMiifrit n ihf. nhllM for I he Inst
WVMI tr IrWTr MM IrrrlhlnK t ll.
Th tl'tlltt sufiorth were ftUbltul.
-ven st'smpm ff miti lint U
tirils fcprt tint I warded
lu aflr day In thrt flene sniialni 0
Ibr tClitt)rnrlB, altkOtigh loiislng lit
T III tmrtolen tfrelr (in. all 1 tip.
rr it fully knft up their .pints hut
n.tlMN linnrtal knlus to min niinlhr
slid wmtld have Induced Mini other In
put nn end to t lift r troubles hut for tl"
InlliHiiro of the ohlrers. At tntt Itar
lull was reiifhed. nnd during Hip Iwplve
days spfiit nshorp the food was of Hip
KennHm! description, though pver -thing
possible was done for Hip coin,
fort nf the men. On reaching Aden H c
unfortunate sailors were sent honip.
WEATHER FJM NOVEMBER
Temperature mean for tho month,
71.1 I'.; normal, 7:1.8: nvcrngp dally
maximum. "S.S: average dally mini,
mum, KV.'J; ntcnigo dally range 8.!
grentpst daily range. 15 degrecH; least
tially rnngp. 2 degrees; hjKlieKt tem
perature, 81: lowest, 05.
Barometer average. 2'J.'J2!; noimal,
2J.0. . (corrected for gravity by .00):
highest, 20.11; lowest, 21I.57. Greatest
21-hour change 0.17 Inth The lowest
was during the Konn storm of tho U
17th and was tho lowest since Febru
ary, 1S91; that being nt the same
Tho lowest on record wns In Jnn.
28. 1881, 29.40.
Itclativo humidity, 7C.G; normal.
7fi.fi; mean dcw-polnt. CC.3; normal,
C5.7; absolute moisture, 7-lfi grains per
cubic foot; normal, C.93,
Hnlnfall, 11.30 Inches; normal, 5.52;
rain record dnys, 19; normal. 17; great.
eft rainfall, all In one day, 5.15. -,t
Uinknha: monthly rainfall. 1G.Q3.
Ahulmanu reports 27.5b for the month;
Kniieohp, 8 13 In one tiny; Kula, Maul.
11.00 In ono day, IGth; I'nln, 1
The artesian well lovel toho from
.".3.19 to 33.02 feet nboo mean sen-
level (I. 0., Hvo InchcB).
Trade wind dnys, 15, (C of N.NIJ-),
normal number of trade wind days, 17.
average force of wind. Beaufort scalp.
2.2 Cloudiness, tenths of BKy, 5.7; nor
Approximate per centngos of district
rainfall ns compared with normal:
Hllo, 140 per cent; Hnmnktia, 140 to
200; Kohala, 100; Wnlmea, 380; Ko.
nn, 130; Knit, 300; Puna, 110; Maul.
200 to 500; Onlni, 150 to 300; Kauai,
135 per cent.
Average temperatures. Pepeeke j,
Hllo, elevation 100 feet, mean ma-tl-mum,
7fi.4; mean minimum, CC2; Waf
men, Hawaii, 2730 elevation, 73.8 and
fit. 4; Kohnta, 585 elevation, 80.7 and
C3.1; Kulnokahua (W. It. Cnstlo). fiO
feet elevation, height 82, lowest 03;
Kllnuea, Kauai, 325 elevation, mean
maximum, ..; mean minimum, ...
Tho main features of tho month
wero tho two storms; tho one n heaty
northerly gnlo from tho 9th to tho 11th
prevailing over tho wholo group and'
probably tho S. W. slda of an exten
sive storm: and tho other a Konn or S.
S. W. storm on tho 14th to tho 17th,
Altogether Honolulu Is on tho expos
ed Bldo of tho Island for such storms,
still the high land back of tho town
deadens the forco ot tho wind so that
this Is a sheltered port. The wind
wns sevcro on Maul especially on thu
It could hardly have been tho samo
storm ns tho ono nt Guam which took
place only two t.ays enrller nnd prob
ably could not reach hero In that time.
Tho heavy rain storm of tho 25th
extended over tho wholo group, but
was light In Konn. Thcro wns a heavy
swell on Hawaii coast during tho flrU
week of tho month; also two dnys ho
foro the Kona storm
SMALL ELECTRIC PLANT
George H. Paris has on show at I'U
office on Merchant street a five horse
power Kasollno engine that T" capable
of supplying between fifty and sixty
Incandescent electric lights of slxton
c.indlo horse ppwer. The lights W9ro
first tried on Saturday and crowds
have been around to see them todav.
The plant Is n modern ono In every re
spect, capable of registering tho cxa:t
amount ot power consumed.. Tho cost
ot running the number ot lights men
tioned as calculated ly Mr. Paris, li
twenty cents per hour.
Tills all goes to show how a 'small
plant can be run on an economical la
sis with absolutely no danger. The
gqsollno that furiilslies the power is
burled in tho ground about a hundrol
feet away from tho phico whero tho en
gine stands. A larger plant could bo
operated Just as good or perhaps to
A remnrkablo thing wns noticed
abntu tho lights produced by the gaso
line engine. Whether theso arc turned
on or not. tho cnglnn runs with tho
uamo speed. There Is absolutely 110
difference. Again, If only half the
lights nio on und thcnlho second half
are turned on suddenly, thero Is no dlf
ferrnce whatever tu Hi elntciislty of tho
first. This can he demonstrated to
those who will biit tnko tho trouble to
call at Mr. Paris' olllce.
Tho use, of tho Singer In millions ot
homes shows tho unprecedented suc
cess ot theso Ideal sewing machine
It Is convincing proof that the Sinter
excels In all kinds of family sewing
and art needle work, All our sowing
machines nro ot tho best construction,
beautifully decorated, and nro mounted
on selected woods In finely finished
cabinets of artlBtle design. II. Iler
gersen, agent, 1GV4 Dotbcl stro.
A Healthy Stomach
' makM pure blooj. vigorous nerves-a strong
bidv llotetter's Momirh Hitter:
strrngthens weak .lomachs. An occasional
dose w III keep the boweis active. Taken
regui.itiy, It will cure lnJKttlon. consti
pation. dvp?Fsla, biliousness, Inactive
liver or kidneys, malaria fever and ague.
It will cure you. See thit a Prlvnte
Itcvenuc Ktnmi coers the neck of the
It has no
i Sugar Co., m
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 19, 19M,
AT 12 O'CLOCK, NOON,
At my salesroom, corntr of Nferchant
and Akalea streels, Honolulu, I will sell at
Public Auction, by order of the Treasurer,
Mr. Emmeit May. the following certifi
cates of stock In the Maunalel Sugar Co.,
Ltd., unless the Sixth Assessment, due
September 5II1, 1000, delinquent November
5th, 1000, with Interest thereon and adver
tising expenses, Is paid on or before the
uiy ana nour 01 sale.
Nana ot Stockholitr No. ol Saartt
Win Henry 15
P Gleason 5
E L Bovd 2t
Wm Norton 5
H Morgan 10
Fred Wald vogel 50
WH Pain..?. 166
James Waldvogel 50
J A Magoon 186
W T Schmidt tg
F J Kruger 15
C Weddeman jo
Lum Chuck Tong 5
W. B. Fisher,
R. W. ATKINSON
For Reliable Help,
Houses and Rooms,
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED.
Room 11, Magoon Bid.,
A. Cowan, Manager.
75 and 79KlngStrf
TELEPHONE NO 81.
NOW Is the tlma to get leak a
breakages seen to, ana ytxv
Roofs Put In Ore
By oompetont woisssw.
For the Plun.bti.l
On that new house that yon m
abont to build or the altexatlib
yon are intending to make 0
your property. (Jail andaof-c.
and get an estimate.
JAS. NOTT, Jl '
Praotical Tinsmith and Plu-ivr
Shop: neretanla stroet, i doors ...
of Punchbowl. Phone HH.
Hour. 7 a. in. to 5 p. ui.
Jobbing promptly attended t-
W.H. Daith H W. Raits.
HonolulQ Sheet Metal Work
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Vtatllttt
Conductor Pipe and Gutter Wo-V,
Richard, Street, cat. Qtieeo and Merchant, Ueae,.
SOr-JotC'loc pfc,".-"? attended to.-W
Tel. White . P. O. IJox 271
tOOH NO. 10, BPRECKELfl BLOC
Plantation Work a Spoolalty.
Notice to Creditors,
'Jtf if It,
It iff (I II
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If Jl i t t
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hi m hi M r ! 1 .t Hhn m
ifrftiri If m i( t vv il I, Mi tt I rrtl
DaMtl Ix- iml r 14 ti
Aim r ttriM of thf tU 1 Uttk lr LtH Jf
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE Finn
CIRCUIT, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
THANK UMIIS va MAWA OtORIA COSTINit
1h MrruMK cl III.. il To tta Marahal cltha
llaallan lllani. or lilt llrrijfr firMnr.
You arammmanitJ lo iiia-mon MAHIA GtORIA
COSTINA.OIrnJant. Incau ina ahall nla "Tlttail
ANSWtMTMINTWlIV DAYS altar .fvlca
riartet, to U an! apr'ar ttfera rha aall Clrcat
Court at tra Sat tambar Tarai tnaranf, to r rrotian al
tlhua. UlanJof Kanal. on WHlNLSnAY tAa its
JavolS.r amrr rait, atiaoclocl' i, .. toaho
cao.a hy tha claim ol I link Louii, i ulnillt. ahouli
not t aw.rJaJ to him ruriuant lot lit l.nr ol his
annaaaJ Llhal for Divrrca. AnJ hava vu than tnara
ihi. Writ with fal return ol ,ourrro.aiiniathataon,
Wltn.aa Hon, J llarjjr, JuJaa of IV Circuit Court
ol tha l-illh Circuit, at Lihua, Kauai, Uila I TV) ir ot
(Mm.JI MAkKY O. WISHARD.
I haral cartlf jf tha forr(oln to ha a tnia and iiltl
cotv ol tha otlitiral lummona In aalj cauaa ani that
aaii Court orirrad roMlcallon ol tha aama and a
contlnuarca ol aalJ cauta until tha nat March, tact,
turn ol thli Court.
Oatri Llhua, Kauai, ert'nirr ,,, ftfn
HARRY D WISMARD.
H THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTH CIR
CUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
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WITHIN TWENTY DAI s altar aanka f.i.-.ol, to fa
anj arrfar ralcra iha lalj Circuit Court at tha Sa
rmrar Term tharajj to u holl.n at Llhua. I.lanl of
Kaual.onWtDNtSDAY. Iha Jthday al Saflanhar
".".' ' J 0'clKl ".. ahw cauM hytha
claim ol Ka.ru. al v, plan tiff, ttoulj not ba w4l
to him ruriuant li tha tanrr of hla anoatai Catlilon.
Amhataynalhrnihatathli Writ lth full raiurnof
your brooaJInr. iharron
Wllna 1a Hon. Jac.ib HarJr. Juira ol tla Circa
rnurt ol tha I llth Circuit, at llhua, thla oih J.ro
(SlrnaJ) HARRY D.WISIIARD.
I herar-yctit fy Iha forarrtri. o ran ma arjMaci
copy ol tha orlefnal umm..nln tali cauM anj: hll
laid Courl ordered ruMkatlon of tha aama and a
contlnuarca nf aald caite until tha neat March, loot
term of thla Cobrt.
Dated Llhua, -sertemter ah, torn
HARRY D. WISMARD.
Notice Is hereby given that THE EN
TERPRISE MILL CO., LTD., of Hono
lulu, has discontinued the Planing Mill
business. The company's office Is now
located at the Magoon Building, room ti.
All persons owing accounts to said com
pany will kindly settle the same promptly.
Stockholders are hereby notified that the
Fourth Assessment of per cent or two and
one-half dollars per share on the Capital
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD.,, Is due and payable
July 1st, at the office of the undersigned,
tit Port street. J. H. FISHERr
Actg.Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co.,
Honolulu.-June t. loop. tjf
Klhci Aeeesfttnent Notice.
The 8th Assessment of s'i, or 12.50 pel
share, became due en the 1st of August,
1000, penalty bearing from September 1st,
toco, and del nquent on the loth of Sere
temt-er, 1000. Delinquents ate now pub
lished and will be sold at auction on the
20th ot November, 1900.
The oth Assessment of i(, or f 2.50 per
share, became due on the 1st of September,
loco, penalty bearing from August 1st,
loco, and delinquent on the 31st of Oct
The loth Assessment of !, or $2. so pe.
share, became due on the 1st of October
1000, bears penalty from November lit
loco, and will be delinquent on November
The iith Assessment of Vi.otii 50 per
share, has been levied to become due and
payaole on the 15th. of November,
loco," will bear penalty from December
15th, 1900, becoming delinquent on the
15th of January, 1901,
J. P. COOKE,
Treasurer, Klhel Plantation Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, November loth, 1000. 1684-tf
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