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TUB KVtiNINO nUI.UlTINi HONOLULU, H. I., FMIJAY, t3l!QIIMfll!K 31, 19a).
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Oceanic Steamship Company
The teamen of thli lint will trrlre
FltOM 8AN mANOIBCO.
Bltrrt '. Dec. IS
Ztalantlta ti Jan. 2
Atamerln .... ( Jan. S
Zcalanilln .Jan. 21
Bonomn ....Jan. 29
Mariposa Fb. I
Sierra Feb. 19
7calamlla Men. 2
Ventura Mch 12
In connection with the sailing ot the above steamers the agents ire pro
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San rranclsco to all points In the United States, and from New
Tork by any steamship line to all European ports.
' FOR FURTHBR PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
QENEItAL AQENT3 OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Occidental and Oriental SieifasMp Co. 0 Tojo Klsen Kalsha
....... Staaaar. ol taa abora coapuiw will till it Honolulu nl lun ttli port oa ei .boat a
....! MlOW OtlOOH I.,,.
For Japan and China:
Rlodt Jiutlro t)c. tl
Coptic Dc. iv
AaarlcaMaru Jin s
rof tMotal Inforaaloa pply 0
H. Hackfeld &
JtrSlaaaara of too abova Mao. ruoolnc la coaaoctloa win Uta CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO
nttHo Vancouvar, tl C . and Sydaay. N. S. W., aid Millar al Victoria. D. C, Honolulu and Btlibaai
tn UtlE AT IIOMOLUIiV oa or .boot tba lataa baloir atatad rial
ROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C ,
For Brlibaoo and Sydnayt
IWarrlmoo Dae. a i
at) TSrooth tlckato lasual Irom Hooolulu to Canada, Uallaal SUM aad Buropa. For Frolf M aai
Fataata aad all taoaral lafomatloa. apply 10
Thco. H. Davlce & Co., Ltd., Gcn'l Agents.
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 Ia San Francisco,
Tacoma, Seattle and Nanalmo on October 30th.
S. S. "HAWAIIAN" will bo dispatched from New York on or before Do.
ceinber 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.,
Her Steamshio Co, Ltd,
6a 8. Klnau,
r FREEMAN, Master. .
1IOLOKAI, MAUI, HAWAII.
Will sail from Honolulu on
Tuesdays at 12 noon, for Knu
akakal, Lahalna, Maalaea Bay, Klhel,
Hakena, Kawalhae, Mahukona, Lau
tanoehoe and HUo.
Returning will sail from HUo on
Fridays at 10 a. m., for above named
porta, arriving tn Honolulu on Satur
days. Passengers and freight will be taken
a Makena, Mahukona, Kawalhae, HI
to, Hakalau, Ilonomu, Papalkou and
Pawns- and PACKAGES ONLY
rill be taken tor Kaunakakal, Lahalna,
f,ia1r" Bay, Klhel and Laupahoehoe
6. 6a Claudlne.
Will leTe Honolulu every Tuesday
at p. m. touching at Lahalna, Ka
kmlul, Nahlku, Hana, Hamoa and Kl
yabulu, Maul. Returning, touches at
akove named ports, arriving In Hono
lalu Sunday mornings. '
Will call at Nuu. Kaupo, ones each
80 6. Lehua.
r - BENNETT, Master.
MOLOKAI, MAUI, LANAL
galls every Monday for Kaunakakal,
Kamalo, Maunalel, Kalaupapa, Lahal-
aa. Honolua, Olowalu. Returning ar-
rlrta at Honolulu Baturday mornings.
Tola company reserves the right to
1 k.M.. I. H tttnn f rltnartnrti
aad arrival ot Its steamers WITHOUT
ttOTIGB, ana 11 win not do raiwunuic
tor any consequences arising there
Consignees must be at the landing
, hti. frtff)it- This com.
any will not hold Itself responsible
T . aa. I It kiMMM talli4a4
BUT rrciguv auier 11 uu mu wn,
Lira stock received only at owner's
... .nw lll nnt hji rMannnalhln
tor money or valuables ot passengers
ales placed In the care ot the pur
Passengers are requested to purchase
ticket before embarking. These fall
lac to do so will be subject to an ad
tltlonal charge ot 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 ot shippers, be
yond the amount of 1100, unless the
value of the same be declared when 10
eelved by the Coaipany, and an extra
charge be made therefor.
All employes ot the company are fer
bidden to receive freight without de
livering a shipment receipt theretor 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 frelgai
as shipped wltheut such recepl. It wto
M solely at ue nan er ue snipper.
O, L. WIGHT. President
B. B. KOTO, Secretary.
PAPT. T. CLARK For. 'at
and leave thin port heretinilen
roil BAN FRANCISCO.
Kealamlla . i Jan. S
Mnrlpoaa Jan. C
Zmlamlla Jan. 20
Blerra Jan. 29
Marlpoaa Feb 13
Alameda Feb. 19
Zcalamlla Mch. 0
For San Francltco:
Ptklnc Dae. as
Gatllc , Jan.
Hongkong Mam .. .Jan S
China t Jan ll
Co., Ltd., Agents.
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria aod Vaocouvat IB. C I
1 jniowtra u. ,q
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet. Smok'
Ing and Library Cars, with Barber
anop ana rieasani Heading Kooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
iS Third street. Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
e. l. lumax, u. r. a: r. a.,
O. B. & L. Co.
From and After January 1. IRQ9
STATIONS. Dally Dally
OKward) h Sua. tallr aa. Saa. Dally Dally
AM. AM. AJd. PJS. P.M
rioaol.la la it im 1 i, 1 ic
?oarl City.... ...1 fat niw m
SwaMlll 811 laol law. 4M5 .110
Walaua irpa 44s ,.,,
Walalaa 11 11 .... a 40 ,,,,
akofe rata .,,, .nf ,,,,
llawaid) ai Saa, Dall Dally Dally
A dIBj. A . laJH. krajlta
Cakoka tisi ..,. tx
Walalaa , i 10 ,,,, myt
Walaaaa,.,, fit. .... lit
awaMIII iso rl iws 4 la
PaailCrly .11 I o lia 4 It
Soaolalu fu aol lad
F. C. Smith, Gen'l Paaa. Ticket
Q. P. Dammit. Hnperlntondant.
Violin - Studio
Room 4. Love Building.
Mrs, Addis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, " rYllgnon "
710 Heretanla atreeti Tel. 1114. 1617 tf
K. K. KAAI,
Teacher of I ' itar, Mandolin, Zltbei
Ukulele and Taro Patch,
Orders to be left care of Wall, Hiehols
0, r t.ioHMaaieOo.'i ia
Tim ulilp Jamra Drummuiul lift H)'t
ncy lleremlier let for Nfwcn.tle tn I01J
ronl fur Honolulu.
The ahlp Kennebec hlch left here 1
short time ago linn been chnrternl to
load lumber at I'uge aounil for Hyilnc)
At the railroad docks Jevernl teasels
nro illacharRlng coal. The covrrliiK of
Navy viharf No, 2 with an asphalt pre
paration Is about completed., TI10 John
Currier and the 8lerra hae not aliown
The departure of the Planter, Prince
Victor, John A. Campbell and several
others has left plenty of room on tho
water front for Incoming esscls. Tho
ships James Ncsmlth and J, U Otnrtu
are taking on ballast anil will clear lie
tneen now and Christmas day. Tho
Archer at the old flshmarkct wharf It
beginning to come up out of the a tol
as the heay plantation machinery nnl
otehr cargo Is being taken out of her.
There Is no end of freight on tho vari
ous wharves which Is gradually IicIiik
removed. Every one la discussing the
Messrs Durns, Philip & Co., nf Syd
ney have received copies of letters mi
ll r eased to the Nippon Yuscn Kalsha I y
tho passengerrs who were on tho I'll
taml Maru when that vestel was re
cent) wrecked, and who were desirous
of expressing their high appreciation
of the wurk done In that time of peril
by the ship's odlcers. Of theso tho
passengers specially mention Mr. l'ync
(chlef officer), Mr. Moore, (chief en
gineer), Mr. Konze (purser), and Mr.
Ishll (boatswain), all of whom nr
highly commended for their bravery
nml devotion to dtio'. Two courageous
acts on the pirt of the chief officer ar
thus described; "Mr. Pjne knowing
that little rice or flour had been save I
(I believe only three baps rice) bo-in-
ed the Kutaml Maru at the height uf
the gnle. nnd after having a line mailo
fast to his waist dived down into full)
ten feet of water In the hold, with casks
and broken doors floating on the sur
face, and with the assistance of Mi'.
Ishll succeeded In recovering eight
more bags of rice and two bags of flour.
Mr. Pjne also, on sighting the Austra
lian, put off In the small boat, and not
withstanding she got her bottom stove
In whilst crossing the coral reef, ho
succeeded In rowing out two miles '. j
her stopping the leak with his shirt"
Hawaiian Standard Time Is 10b, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, belug
that ot the meridian ot 1S7 30. The
time whistle blows at 1:30 p. m., which
is tho same as Greenwich Oh, 0m.
The tides at.KahuluI and HUo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Musters of vessels sailing from this
poit for San Francisco will find thero
a branch of tho I. S. Hjdrographlv
011k located In the Merchants' Ex
change, where Is maintained for their
nuieflt free of charge, completo sets
of charts and directions of the world.
Latest information can be obtained re
gjnllng lights, dangers to navigation
and all matters ot Interest to ocein
VESSELS IN PORT.
ARMY AND NAVY.
U. S. training ship Adamt, Cluing, on
II. M. S. Icarus, Know ling, from San
Francisco, on cruise.
U. S. S. Iroquois, Pond, Midway Ialaud.
(This list does not Include coasters.)
T)( uuet, Fr. bk., Lodonler.
Am. up. Jus. Nesmlth, Warren, from
Newcastle; coal O. II. & L. Co.
St. Katharine,- Am. bk., Saunders, S. F
J, C. Glade, Ger. bk., Stege, Bremen.
Jabez Howes, Am. sp , Clapp; Tacoma.
Andrew Welch, Drew, from S. F.
W. 1). Dint, Johnson, Am. bk., from
Mauna Ala, Am. bk.. Smith, from S. F.
Olympic, Am. bk., Glbbs; S. F.
Iroquois, Am. sp., Thompson, Seat'le.
Allco Cooke, Am. scbi., Penhallow;
Standard, Am. sp., Getchell, from Ta
coma. Gleaner, Am. bktn., Nehmedl, from
Mildred, Am. Bclir., Rose; from Seattle
Rosamond, Am. schr., Ward, S. 1'.; T.
II. Davits & Co, Ltd.
W. 11 Dlmond, Am, bktn., Hanson, .-
P.; J I). SprecKels Urns. Co
Archer Am bktn , Calhoun, S. 1".
Okau ogan, Am. schr., Itencli, 1'oit
Antlope, Iir. shp , Murray at Kalmliil
The ever popular Rainier beer is bo
coming a household word and "will
you have a glass of Seattle," Is mora
often heard than anything olio, The
Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap or
Know how inbllm. a thing It la to
I ride a Tribune aod be famous fur
sound ludtnntat. ,
am It p. tnpmaoi
Monday it I a, I 6 la 08 611 Sao
Tuatday id 1 $8 1 8 1 03 6 50 o oj
Wtdntsday 19 a , o 1 jt T 10 . 41
Thuraday ao 05 a t a 44 8 10 10 at
Friday at 40 a a j j, 8 i to jt
Saturday a, 4 16,1 4 ,9 9 36 11 11
I p m
Sunday t) 4 51 t 308101,14,4
Mond4y a, ) )a,o 6 04111)1040
lEAVi A Til
Of Wild Stories of Mis
representation in Their
PROSPECT THAT THEY MAY
BALK IN SAN FRANCISCO
Expected on the Rio de Janeiro
Mexicans Seek to Get Them to De
sertHave Plenty of Food But
Productive of " Yarns. "
HI Paso, Tex. Dec C A lnrt) of 111
Porto Itlcans were brought In here over
tho Southern Pacific Railroad toduv,
who arc en route to Hawaii under con
trait to work on the sugar plantntlonri
They contend that they nro being tak
en agilust their will, nnd aro giving the
guards no little trouble.
(Jeorgo 12 llnldwln, a labor contrac
tor. Is In charge nf the company, nnd
sa)s they have agreed to go. The Por
to Rlcatis, however, contend that they
were loaded on a boat In Porto Illco
with tho understanding that they wen
going to the opposite side of the Island
to work, but nfter six da)B they wero
landed In New Orleans and rushed on
to a train. They learned In San Anto
nio where the) were being taken to,
nnd have since been tr)lng to escape
Two escaped nt Sanderson, Tex , lint
the county slier I IT arrested them mid
delivered them to the guards. Th'y
made attempts to escape at every sti
tlon. but were arrested When they
reached VA Paso they were arrangln,:
to appeal for aid, but were rushed out
before their arrangements could be
completed They nro to take the stenn
cr Rio de Janeiro out of San rrnnclsco
on December 14th, nnd for fenr Hint
they will esiapo In San Francisco. tli,v
nro being held nt small stations along
the route In the hope that they can be
rushed on the steamer beforo an) of
them get away.
The) aro In a pitiable condition from
a sanitary standpoint, having been In
tho same cars for ten da)s. Two of
the women havo given birth to children
In tho cars and aro In n bad condition.
Daldwln would not glvo any particu
lars of his contract other than the fact
that he had paid their fares and that
they would have to go.
URGDD TO DKSBIiT.
Los Angeles. December 11. A
special to tho Times from IncJIo sn)s:
Ono hundred and tvvclvo Porto Klcnns
aro hero In threo tourist cars with
uniformed Pullman porters to tnko
caro ot them and their affairs. They
havo a dining and cooking enr fully
equipped with competent cook and a
stow aril and w alters. The cars nro
well provisioned. Their broad Is sent
from I.08 Angeles, and fresh mint
I visited tho car this evening whllo
thoy were eating supper nnd examin
ed tho food and found that cacti got
plenty of good vvholcsomn fare, nnd
snld they wcro well boused nnd fid
and hnd plenty of fresh wntcr. Tho
cars nro cleaned dally. Tho pcoplo
all socm to bo in good health and
spirits and hnvo perfect liberty, going
all over tho town nnd country, bath
ing and washing their clothes at tho
Since they havo been hero they
hnvo all purchased moro or less at
tho stores, nil seeming to havo a lit
tle money. I Interviewed Frank Al
ves, who Is In chargn of tho party. Ho
Is In tho employ of George K. Ualdwjn
of 3 Penrl street. Now lork, tho gen
oral agent for tho Hawaiian Sugar
Planters' Association. Alves soys tho
principal troublo has been caused by
straggling Mexicans, who hnvo been
talking to tho Porto Itlcans nnd tell
ing them they could get good wages
by running away from tho cars and
going on their own hook. I Interview
ed several of tho men, and thoy told
mo thev had entered Into an agrro
ment with It A. MaeKlo of Areribo,
Porto Rico, to go to tho Hawaiian
Islands and work on tho sugar plan
tations at tho rato ot 20 per month,
free houses, light and fuel, aUo med
ical attendance freo whllo working on
plantations for tho association.
Tho men Bay thov aro to work onlv
ten hours a day and to get pay for all
overtime. Tho reason thoy nro being
held nlong tho road Is on account of
medical 'attendance and a chanca Is
being given them to wash their
(lnthes and themselves. Two children
hnvn been born on tho train. Doth tho
mothers nnd children are doing well.
Alves expects to arrlvn In San Fran
cisco on or about Friday.
Committee at Work
As announced in csterda)'s Dull.)'
tin, the charter committee of tho Re
publican committee met last night !o
hear the report of tho sub-commltlea
nnjscope and plan ot work. This re
port wns handed In by tho chalrmiu,
W. O, Smith, und Is 11s follows
Col, J. II Fisher, Chulrman Gouir..l
CommlttiK of the Republican Par
lyUpon the Subject of Munlclpil
(Inurnment for Honolulu.
Sir Tho sub-cnmmlttto iipimlnte!
to consider nnd report to the general
committee upon the scope of tho gen
eral work nnd method of procedure,
beg to report ns follows 'Hint wo have
(ouslilered the matter rcfcricd to us
First That thu snipe uf the work be
1011 lined to municipal gnveriiiiuiit for
Set nnd That 11 lommltlee of five or
seven members lie appointed by tin
general lomtiiltlio In prepare and sub
mit n draft of n (hurtir or art nf Incor
poration for the city of Honolulu, with
ioer to emiir)- uli amlMiiitw ,m
Ins) ho found netcuMiry.
TlilrrtThat n wnninltle nf five !
M iHilittH In collect literature Hpoli lt?
auliject tif tniiiilrlpnl government fur
the use nf the general riitnmltle,
1'nurth Ihat a finance r-ominlttcc of
five be appointed,
The following sub-committees were
Charter Committee W, O Binlt'i,
chairman; George A. Davis T Mc
Canta Stewart. J. O, Pratt. A. V. Gear.
Statistics Committee i: A Mott
Smith chairman, J. II. llo)d. C Holt.,
V, It, Sims. V. P T. Walcrhmise.
Literature P. L Weaver, chairman
J. 1. Kntiltikou, (leorgc W. Smith, 1M
Tovvsc, 8 K. Kn-ne
Finance I. L MtCnndless, chair
man, J A Kennedy, i: O. White, J. A.
Oilman Knocli Johnson
There will be a meeting of the char
ter committee In the office of Davis &
Gear In the .ludd building nt 2 oloi'(
this afternoon liver) member Is ex
peeled to be present
Fifth That n committee of five be
nppoTnted tn report statistics ns to tho
present cost of the government of Ho
nolulu showing tho cost of maintain
ing the public school sjstem, public
health and sanitation, police depart
ment, public Improvements and such
other details as tho committee shall
deem meet ; also to report upon tho
public revenue derived from the city.
Sixth That tho said committees ro
port nt each meeting of the general
Seventh That tho general commit
tee meet on Tuesday and Friday even
ings of each week nt 7:30 p m.
WILLIAM O. SMITH.
T. M'CANTS STKWART,
Gi:0. A. DAVIS,
OHO. W. SMITH,
A. V. GUAR.
Dated, Deci inber 20, A. D. 1900.
Thero was considerable discussion of
tho sections, particularly the first one
There was n wide difference of opinion
In regard to tho boundaries of Hono
lulu. Tho section Anally passed with
the follow Ing amendment, proposed by
T. McCants Stewart: "And Hint tin'
boundaries of Honolulu bo left for fu
ture consideration " The number nf
members In tho charter commltteo sec
tion was changed by striking out tho
word "seven." Section C was passed
with nn amendment to the effect tlut
tho report should tako effect In the
other districts outsldo ot Honolulu.
De Wet Shows Knox
.Good Pair of Heels
London. Dec 13. De Wet, "tho
fox," Is still afield and running to cover
with his pursuers close behind. Oen
ernl De Wet. Instead of following the
direct route from Itouxvllle to Wepener
where ho would have been headed olf
by tho column tvm to Intercept him
has circled around Knox's foriei. r.i-
crosscd the Cnledon'rlvcr ahead of him.
regained the Sinlthflebl road und dou
bled li.uk upon his first track. It his
been 11 wonderful fox hunt, and has nuc
Knox s troonpers have not lost sight
of tho brush during tint long ilriult
and are riding hard Tho persistency
with which tho llrltlsh ft) Ing columns
hang upon Du Wits Hank nnd keep up
n running light Is better proof of ulti
mate success than tho assumption o'
sanguine expel ts that tho vvnry gueril
la will be entrapped nt Iteddersburg b)
the column wnltlng for him Do Wet
has the ndvantngo of knowing everv
foot ot the country, but thero will bo
limits to his powers of endiiraiuc If
Knox's troopers, ns Is general!) believ
ed In military circles hero, are well sup
plied with rein) s of horses and can
keep up the chase.
Several petty affairs aro reported
briefly by Kitchener, but It Is clear that
he attaches supremo Importance tn the
capture of Do Wet and Steyn as tho
first real stroke of his campaign. Mili
tary men hero nro commenting upon
the fact that General French, tho bst
cnvaloman on tho llrltlsh side. Is not
cmplo)cd ngulnBt De Wet, but tho
probable explanation Is that his rnnlc
excludes him from commanding a small
flying column. French was last report
ed at Johannesburg, hot haB not ben
mentioned In tho dispatches from tho
front for several weeks.
NO CANAL OBSTACLES.
New York, Dec 13. Tho Herald's
rnrrrsnnndent In Managua. Nlcarnguv
telegraphs that President Zela)a re
peats his former statements thnt ho
will not place any ousiacio 111 mo nu
of tho construction of the Nicaragua
cnnnl by the United States government,
but on tho contrary, will offer evsry
possible means In his power to aid tho
United States In tho Great work.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Tako Laxatlvo Dromo Quinine Tablet"..
All druggists refund the money It It
falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
HOPPER In Snn Francisco, Decem
ber 11, 1900, James Aloxandcr, belov
ed husband of Ellen Hopper, aged fifl
Funeral notice later.
Oil and see us before buying
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Honu-
meDtal Co,, Ltd.
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IS THE Ua IT COLHT, TlkST CIMCUIT.
Ttriltorvrf Miwiil AtCh.1n.t4fi tnrrottt tntht
rMHtref th MUt of J Lit fa I AtfJVlro. it ol
Hcrtolutj. Uihu. JtcriwJ I'ctHlon ha.n tn
fl1i ty J tit I a, M4lrn wlJow Of Ml J iMfttaff,
tfjiBf that Uttffcf AJminitftlon or;on uli t
la it rf ItiueJ ta Julli MiJelroa. Notkt It tfrrty
rlvn Ihat IrlJav, tnt nth Jay cl January, A I)
laoi ationcioki m In Ihf JuikUry ttultllnf
Honolulu It rrolnifJ th tltvt tnj plict for htirlnr
till fttitlon, whtn anJ htt ill rriont concern
may afptaf and thow ciu. If any thfy htvt, hy
tali mi tlnn thntilJ not t r"&t4
Honolulu, Lwembtr lib 190
By tht Court
iM4l (W n it t Cur It
IN T L CIRCUIT COURT FIRST CIRCUIT
TerrllMy tt Hawaii Alchamttrt, In frotatc tn
tti matir ol tht fU't ot tJwrt Manton, late ol
Honolulu U4hu( JrcratcJ l'ttium Irvine ttn f I
pj by Lily JowrMnt Manton wMow of ui Intft
tatf, ft ivlne mat let ten of aJminltUatton upon tali
tttitt? b isueJ ta Ll y Jowrhln Man ton Notice
I hcrry Riven that Irliay tht lith day of January
AO toi 4t tooclncka m te and hereby It a?
rolntei f'r hearlne tali rnitl-n In the Court Ro m
of 11 It Court, Al Honolulu Oahu atwhkh llmeani
flare all rertont concern 4 may $pfT and how
use, t any they hae why tal4 petition thouli not
Honolulu, Oahu, December I j tc
uy tn court
OLORGt LUCAS. ,
Attorney lor Petltlofcf iTiait'I)ec 14 i t, 4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT HRSTjCIRCUIT
Territory of Hawaii At chamber Inrobat h
th natter "f th tat of Chew Ian, late of
Honolulu Oahu Je im4 Petition having been
M4 by lee be widow of ta J Intestate paying
that tettert of administration upon tald ettat be If
uei to Chew Man Notice It hereby given that
IrlJav, Hi iSth Jay of Januar, A U , toot at 10
o clock a m , b and hereby It arrowed tor hearing
tali relit on n th Court Rmim nf lhl Cnuri at
Honolulu. Oahu. at wh ch time ani elar all retton
(ontrTnea ma appear ana tnow rauv. ll any iney
navr,itr uu peiii'dn nouij noi ire Kranita
Honolulu, Oahu, Dect mbtr n, 1000
Hy the Court j
M BROOKS. Clerk
Attorney for Pet tlonr. ttifat'Dec 14 n tl 4
PJ Tlir riuritiT couut. fiut rturiiiT.
Territory of Hawaii Atchambert, In probate In
the mat er cf the etate of Robert Guttave Rabe, lale
ol Honolulu, Oauu Thtlat.1 will ani tcttament tf
talidece tei hatn.?been rretentei to tali couit
toetrrrltria petit on lor tr probate the eof ani
lor me itturancroi ictiert tevtamentary td William
Mu'ch ani Fred HarrKon having been filed Noil e
It hete v trlvrn that t rldav. ih lfiih Jav nf Januarv
A D 1911 at 10 o clock a fn . of tali day at tte Court
Rcum of tald Court, at H no ulu. Oahu, be and the
tame hcrb It appointed the time and place for prov
ing "Id will ani hearing tali application
tlontlulu.Uahu, December it, 1900
Uy th Courr
Ttit 4t Dec 14 tt 8 Jan a Clerk
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTH
CIRCUIT, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
FRANK LOUIS vt MARIA GLORIA CQSTINA
The Rerubllc of Hawaii To th Martha) ot tht
Hawaiian Island, or hit Deputy, Grtlnr
You ar commanded to tutomon MARIA GLORIA
COSTINA. defendant In caw th ahall rile written
ANSWER ITH1N TWENTY DAYS after trvl
hereof, to be ard appear before the tald Circuit
Court at the September Term thereof, to b holden at
Llhu UlandofKanat, on WEDNESDAY, th jth
dav of Seotember neit at 10 o coelr t m . t thrt
caue why the claim of frank Loult.t ulntlfl, thould
notreawarjea tonim pursuant toti 1 tenor of hit
annelid Libel tor Divorce. And have vau then titer
this Writ with full return of your proceeding thereon
minaB non j narjy, jujc 01 in circuit lOUFI
ot th Tilth Circuit, at Llhue, Kauai, thtt irth day ol
taigneJl IIAKKT V WlHAHD
I herety certify th fore coin e to b a true and eitci
cocy of the original summon In tald caus and that
tali Court ordered Dubtlcatlon of th tan and
continuance of tald caus untli the next March, toor.
term of thlt Court
Dated Llhue, Kauai, September oih, igno
HARRY D W1SHARD
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTH CIR
CU1T, TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
KAAPUWAI Ic. vi. E. LINDtMANN ,...,-
Tlnlfintotyut llli TothalHiEh Sh.nfl of lh.
TmltoiyrMlia'l or Mi Prputr. Ilia Slxflfl cl th,
Uandoi Kaaal, or tin Irutr, or any Omaubla li
th. Tarrltory ol !Lall
You a a comiaandtJ ta summon E LINDEMAS'h
delndal. In c.m be thall Ma urttlen ANSWCJ
wiinin iwcnir uats .tier srrvica tirtol. to b
nl rr'' tf lira ih tald Circuit Court at the Stp
umtr Trim thereof, to ba hoMcn al Llhu. Utand ol
Kaual.on WlDNfcSDAY, th. jth day ol Saplf mrr
rcxt. at 10 n clock a m . to alow causa why th.
claim ol Kaapual b, plalntlR, should rot ba awardad
to him pursuant to lha tanor ol his annaiad P.lltlon
And havaou than ihtralhls Writ with lull mum ol
)our procrcdlnis iharron
Wltnrss Hon Jacob Hardy, JuJjt ol th. Clrcir
Court ol th. mill Circuit, at Llhu.. this oth day o
19l(ncJ) IIAKKT U. WISHAKU.
I rtrtbv cett Iv tha fora ffolnp to ra a rut and nan
copy ol tha orleloal sumaK ns In said cauia aeit hal
saia uoun oratrea pupncalion of tna sam. and a
contlnuarca ol said caus. until tha nasi March, ,90,
Tim VI ,l'l taUVfl.
Datad Llhua, irrlcmtar slh tooo
HAKRY D WISHARD.
Large Airy Mosquito
EVLUUIIING M.W AND COMFORTABLE
Tho New Era I
The New Two-story I.oJkIpk House on
Fort St. tetvvcen Vineyard anj School.
Only five minutes walk to the Orpheum
Cafe, and fifteen minutes walk to the post
Ofhce. LAKOL LANAIS AMI VtRADAH.
hVLHYTHINO 0- TIIL DLbT. For terms
apply on premises from 9 a. m. 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 Sa'oon premises, with buildings and
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc.
Apply to A. G. CORRFA,
1702 tf 1 5 Kaahumanu St.
Pacific Hardware Co.
ON HE-MEL SIRI-liT WILL HE
OI'hN F.VhRY EVENING COM
MENCING SAMHDAY, UN I II. AND
Notice lilwfby given tint TUB EM
riilU'HISK MILL CO., 1.1 ., of Haae
lulu, tut move J lt'. cflice to the Madjoaaa
HulMIng, room 1 1. All renoi.s owing ac
count to said company w III klnJIy settle
the same promptly. i;i4-ia
Persons who falleJ to Rft waited on th
first thy u 111 plea; excuse us. The rush
his been creater than ue calculated upoou
We hive more help anJarenow able la
rve eerbody promptly. '
HONOLULU MARKET CO., Lra
THE PACIFIC MAIL COMPANT
has succeeded to the planing mill buslnev
of the Enterprise Mill Co., LtJ Alaloa?
and Richards streets, and tespectfulJY tofHt
cits the patronage of all former customer
of the latter mill company.
1716 tf W. H. G. ARNEMANN.
Stockholders are hereby
notified that tin
rouiinrt5t5'mcni 01 5 :
cent or two and
on the Capital v
tAND TELE-, -
one-nan collars per sha!
Stock of THE INTER
GRAPH CO.. LTD.. I:
ue aadpayabla . ',
he undersltntd, x
July 1st, at the office of
4t 1 Fort street. J. Hi
ActR. Treas. Inter Islam
Hnnolulu. June t. 1000.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
a special meetlnir. of the shareholders of
the A. Hartlson Mill Co., Ltd., was heUT
at Honolulu on December 17, 1900, and the
follow Injr are the officers of the company
for the balance of the term :
A. Harrison, Preldent.
F.C. Betters, Vice-president.
G. M. Sharp, Secretary.
J. Sharp, Treasurer and Manager.
A. Harrl'on was granted a leave of atr
A. HARRISON MILL CO.,
G. M. SHARP,
Notice Is herebv clven that the Annual
Meetlnc of the Shareholders of H. HACK
FELD & CO., LTD., was held at Hono
lulu on DECEMBER 181I1. 1000. and that
the following gentlemen are the Officers of
the Company for the ensuing year:
PAUL ISENBERG. President
J. F. HACKFELD, First vlce-Prestdeat
H. A. ISENBURG, Second vice-President
F. KLAMP, Director
J. F. HUMBURG,
F. W. KLEBAHN, Secretary
H. SCHULTZE, Treasurer
F. W. KLEBAH.V. Auditor
aaE5?trr F. W. KLEBAHN
Hooolulu, December 10th. 1000. mfrit
Klhel Assessment Notice.
The 8th Assessment of 5, or $1.50 per
share, became due on the 1st of August.
1900, renalty beating from September 1st,
1900, and del muent on the 30th of Sep
tember, t900. Delinquents are now piisr
llshed and will be sold at auction on tht
20th ol November, 1900.
The 9th Assessment of s'St orli.jope,
share, became due on the 1st of September.
1900, penalty bearing from August tst,
loco, and delinquent on the ist of Oct
The 10th Assessment of iJi, ortejo ne.
share, became due on the 1st of October
1900, bears renalty from November lat'
1900, and will be delinquent on November .
The nth Assessment of ii,or$i joper
share, has been levied to become due aai
payable on the 15th of November,
1900, will bear rnaltv from December
15th, 1000, becoming delinquent on the
15th of January, 1901.
j p COOKE
Treasurer, Klhel Pla'nta'tlon Co.. Ltd.
Honolulu, Nuvember loth. 1000 ifltt-tt
R. W. ATKINSON
Houses, Rooms, OfficK,
Room 11, Magoon Bid.,
Will tn?.ige laborers lie
the Hawaiian Islands und will furn-j
ism tliom to nMM.it nns. Ifiilivjiln.u ' '
" ' ' . " , kfj
lirms, or corporations ; will under- W'X
take contract work and furnish -
petlenct-il and tellable contractors.!
Telephone, 3o Main,
P. O. Box, 877.
ROOM 1 5, Merchant itrttt, HonoMa .