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THE BVENINO BULLbTINf HONOLULU, II. I., MONDAY, M2CeMM.lt 34, 1900
4Gceanic Steamship' Company
The learner of llila lln will arrlre and leare (hit port ai hereunderi
F1I0M BAN FUANCISCO. KOH BAN FUANCISCO.
Zralandla ..................... Jan. 2 nlan)ln ....... ..... Jan. 5
Alameda ..Jan. J MarlponA ....,,..; Jan. 7
Zealanrlla Jan. 2.1 Zealamlla Jan. SO
Bonoma Jan. 29 gierrn Jan. 29
Marlpona Feb. S Marlpona Feb 13
Sierra Feb. 19 Alameda ......Feb. 18
Zealandla Mch. 2 Zealand! Mch. 8
Ventura Mcb 12 Sonoma Mch. 12
t t t t t t t I t t t t fl f f a
9 MIIIMMUMIMIM (
f I I I
In connection with the tailing of the abore ateamera the agents ire pre
pared to Issue, to Intending paiscngcrx, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all point In the United Slates, and from New
,Tork by any steamship lino to all European porta.
FOIl FURTHER PAHT1CULARS APPLY T3
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
decidendi and Oriental Steimsnlp Co, $ Tojo Risen Iilsha
.... ataaaa al Ik tort coaaaaiaa trill Mil l Hoaolala Ml laaya tali aorl oa at ! Ik
.., .lata balm aatlataa'i....
For lapan and China:
Fat taaaral rafocaaloa ipijr
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents.
Canadian - Australiao Royal Hail Steamship Company.
(Muuui iit ika .ton Una. mala la taaaactlaa im tka CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
inn n Vaacouvar, B. C. ail Syfaar, N. S. W.,
wa DUE AT HONOLULU oa ar akoat Ik
tOM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C.
Fat Brlf kaaa aol Svdaay I
aVTknaik UckaU laa4 fro Hoaolala le Ctuli, Uilta4 tUtaa ail Baropa. Far Fraltat ul
f aaaaia ail all tasaral latoraatlaa, aaatjr t
Thco. H.Davlcg(VCo..Ltd.. Gcn'l Agcnte.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
B. 8. ''AMERICAN" has left New York for this sort via San Francisco,
Tacoma, Seattle and Naaalm 0;uber 3tth.
8. S. "HAWAIIAN" will b aUapatched from New Tort on or before De
cember 30th for San Francisco, Puget 8ound and Nanalmo en'.route to Hono
lulu. " '
Freight received at company' whnrf, 42d Street, South Brooklyn, at all
For further particular apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Wilder Steamshio Uo Ltd,
6a 6a Klnaiia
IfOLOKAL MAUI, HAWAII.
Will Ball from Honolulu on
rnesdays at 12 noon, for Knu
Ukakal, Lahalna, Maalaea Bay, Klhel,
Hakena, Kawalhae, Mahukona, Lau
fUoehoe and HUo.
Returning will sail from' HUo on
Trldays at 10 a. m., for above named
porta, arriving in Honolulu on Satur
tey. Faaaengen and freight will be taken
ar Makena, Mahukona, Kawalhae, HI
, Hakalau, Honomu, Papalkou and
nTL.n..a .,. PARKAOKS ONLY
till be taken tor Kaunakakai, Lahalna,
i Bay, Kinei ana LAupauocnoc
6. 6. Claudlne.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
Bt I p. m. touching at Lahalna, Ka
kalni, Nahlku, Hana, Hamoa and Kl
pahulu, Maul. Returning, touch at
abort named port, arriving In Hono
talu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu. Kaupo, one each
6 6a Lehua,
MOLOKAI, MAUI, LANAL
all every Monday tor Kaunakakai,
amalo, Maunalel, Kalaupapa, Lahal-
a, Honolua, Olowalu. Returning ar-
rlVM at Honolulu Saturday morning.
TMa company reserve the right to
taak change In the time of departure
mm arrival ot Its steamers WITHOUT
NOTICE, and it will not be responsible I
tor any consequence arising more-
Consignees must be at the landing
to receive their freight This cosn
any wlU not hold itself responsible
tor freight after it has been landed.
Uv stock received only at owner's
This company will not be responsible
lor money or valuables of passengers
taless placed in the care ot th pur
Mr. Puaengers are requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. Thoae tall
lag to do so will be subject to an ad
tltlonal charge ot twenty-fire per cent.
The company will not be liable for
loss of, nor Injury to, nor delay In de
livery of baggago or personal effects of
passengers, or freight of shippers, be
yond the amount ot $100, unless the
value ot tho same bo declared when io
elved by the Company, and an extra
charge be made therefor,
All employe ot the company are for
bidden to receive frelght'Wlthou' de
Mvering a shipment rtctlpt therefor in
U form prescribed by the Company,
and which may be seen by shippers
upon application to the pursers of th
BblDDf rs are notified that If frelsht
la shipped without such recepl. It will
M solslr st tb rlak ot the shipper.
0. L. WIOHT. President
1. B. ROSE, Secretary.
DIPT. T. K. CLARK Port "apt
OCEANIC S. 8. CO.
Fer San Frincliw:
and calllit ! Vlctotla. C. C, Hoaolala us Brlaoaaa
Saui talaa) aula via i
FROM STONRT AND BRISBANE
Pol Victoria ul Vancaarar IB. CI:
l Mlovtra IMC. 19
across the continent from
THE TRAINS DAiLY
, TROM SAN FRANCISCO.
v TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Btrber
.ft tkiiu i.uiiy wuii TVIMI U.IV
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
free Kecnning unairs.
Pullman Ordmary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
. M5 Third street Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. i Montgomery St.. San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. tt T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Go
From and After January 1. IfMfl
STATIONS. Dall D.IIt
(Ouwol) as. Saa. alljr u. 9m, Dally Dali;
as. saa. u u. saa. Dally Palii
A.M. AJi. AJS. PJi. rM.
J.ia fii ns SI i.ta
Paail Cltj,,,. ll I 1114 m
ewaMIII,,,,,. Sin eaS uiaa aws
" .... 4.41 ....
Talaloa 11:11 ,,,, aia ,. ,
akaka.LL, a w .... tut ....
Hawaii) u Saa. Dallf DaM Dallr
.( fill .. Ml
ralalas.. s.ia .... a.ia
m .... an
SaUII M t!4 li a.M
aailCHy S.i I a naa 411a
oaolala t.v S. aaa iaa
F. C. BkUTH, Oen'l Pass, it Tfoket
Q. P. Dsmsow. RnperlnUndent
Vialin - Studio
Room a Love Building.
Mrs. Annis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, " MJgnon "
710 Ueretanla street! Tel. 1114. l6i7-lf
B. K. KAAI,
Teicher of ' .itar, Mandolin, Zltb
Ukulolo and Taro Pitch.
Orders to U left oar of Wall, Nlobolt
Oo; t ViatUouiMssloOo.' II"
A Healthy Stomach
makes pure blood, vigorous nerves-a strong
body. Hostetfer's Stomach Bitters
strenRthcns weak stomachs. An occasional
doe will keep the bowels active. Taken
regularly, It will cure Indigestion. 'consti
pation, dyspepsia, biliousness, Inactive
liver or kidneys, malaria fever and ague.
It will cure you. See that a Private
Revenue Stomp covers the neck of the
It has no ffOSTETTER'S
P. n. P.m
6 ea la 40
t oa ill
I 11! 1 ;
Thundajr ,.;... jar
e.tS, a 40
1 m.l I
Saturday 'to ti ?
10 aa 4. It
iiiW I 4t
First Quarter of the Moon on the
28th nt 3: IS p. m
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that e( the meridian ot 157 30. The
time whistle blows at 1:30 p. m., which
Is the saaaa as Greenwich Oh, Oio.
The tides at Kakulul and HUo occur
about an heur earlier than nt Honolu
Tldea fro the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Hunters of vessels sailing from this
port for Saa Kranclsco will find there
a branch of the U. 8. Hydrographln
Onko located in the Merchants' Ex
change, where is maintained for their
ncucOt free of charge, complete sets
of charts and directions ot the world.
Latest Information can be obtained r-
Ctrillng lights, dangers to navigation
and all matters of Interest to ocein
MOVEMENTS OP STBAMERS.
Slcamrs due and sailing for
malnder of this and the whole
month are as follows:
Steamers. From. f f t
City of Peking Yokohama.-; 1.
Coptic S. P.
Australia S. F.
City of Peking S. F.
N. II. A United 8tates Army Trans
port may be expected from San Fran
cisco on the 9th and 24th ot each monto,
en route to 'Manila, unless route la
changed by the War Department
VESSELS IN PORT.
ARMY AND NAVY.
V. S. training ship Adams, Going, on
II, M. S. Icarus, Know ling, from San
Francisco, on cruise.
U. S. S. Iroquois, Pond, Midway Island.
(This list docs not Include coasters.)
!)(!uet, Fr. bk., Lodonler.
St. Katharine, Am. bk., Saunders, S. F.
J. C. Glade, Ger. bk Stege, Bremen.
Jabez Howes, Am. sp., Clapp; Tatoma.
Andrew Welch, Drew, from S. F.
W. D. Flint,, Johnson, Am. bk., from
Mauna Ala, Am. bk.. Smith, from S. F.
Olympic. Am. bk., Olbbs; S. F.
Iroquois. Am. sp., Thompson, Seat'K
Alice Cooke, Am. schr., Penhallow;
Standard, Am. sp., Getcbell, from Ta-
Gleaner, Am. bktn., Nehroedl, from
Mildred, Am. schr., Hose; from Seattle
Rosamond, Am. schr., Ward, B. P.; T.
II. Davles & Co., Ltd.
Archer, Am. bktn,, Calhoun, S. P.
Okan ogan, Am. schr., Iteni.li, l'oit
Autlope, Dr. slip,, Murray, at Kaliulul
ExportH ot Wood from Vlctorlu.
Consul General Dray of Mcllimirui'.
under date of October 2'i, 1900. nays:
A contract haB been iilucvil In Vic
toria by the Wur Department of I.'m
gliind for -.000 tuns uf firewood for tho
usu of troops In China. This quantity
Is tho first that has been ordered from
Victoria, hut aliemly several lurgo tim
slgninents iiinoiiiilliig, It Is bc-lltivnd, to
fiom 4 ,0u0 tons tu S.000 inns liuvn bmu
dispatched from New Huilth Wales, The
Tim 2,000 tons lire to be shipped 1 1,
about Iwu weeks, nnd iiuother run
Igiimeiit of 1,000 tuns Is lo follow snv
crnl weiks afterwards.
tt..' ''.. ...;! n''il&i.4j
lecturing: in colonies
Report of His Address Given hy
Auckland Paper Soon to Go On
to Sydney to Continue
Copies ot the New Zealand Her.iM
mid of the Auckland Star of Nov. 2Ctli
both contain extensive reports of n If
luro delivered In Auckland the previous
evening by Dr. A, Marques, who kit
Honolulu sceral weeks ago to return
to his duties ns general secretary of tin
Australian section of the Thcosoplilc.il
Society. Mrs. Marques did not accom
pany the Doctor, but remains hero tt
look nfter the Intercuts of the Woman'j
Exchange, ot which she has long been
manager, nnd other work In hlch shi
The lecture nbovo referred to was on
"The Idea of God, Viewed Through It"
llglon, Astronomy and Thcosnphy."
Ilellglnn he dealt with from the point of
lev of orthodox belief founded on the
Jewish Scriptures, touching also 0:1
Iluitdhism and Hinduism. The notion of
of Supreme Power varies considerably
according to the Intellectual capacity
of the various peoples, jet It Is a uni
versal belief; to go to God Is the com
mon Idea ot eternal bliss, reunion with
ill! Inlty an Innate natural feeling. Thu
defect of nil eotcrlc religions, especial
ly that of the Western peoples, Is the
materialistic, or limited, conception or
Deity. Thensophy endeavors to spirit
ualise It. Through science, especially
by means ot astronomy, our Ideas li.ne
been widely expanded. The thought of
tho Immensities of space gnvo us nn
Idea of Deity far transcending that of
tho Jewish tribal God, Interested In na
tional quarrels, and nnxlous to punlsli
those who did not believe In Him
Wider Is the Hindu Idea which pro
claims tho all-emcraclng. nll-ustaln-Ing
space as God. The boundary of
space Is unthinkable to mortals, and It
Is Irreverent to bring the Idea of the
Lord of space, the Creator of tho In
numerable suns and systems, with their
regular movements and their evidence
of life and Intelligence existing bound
lessly, down to the level of the exoteric
faiths. Theosophy, said the lecturer,
had been accused of being atheism and
pantheism. It was neither, and yet In
a sense It was both. Atheistic, so far
ns a personal, vindictive and cruel flod
was concerned, pantheistic ns to the
exlstenco of many hierarchies of spiri
tual beings behind the forces of nature.
theosophy yet asserted the existence
of one supreme aboslute power, un
knowable In Its essence, creathe by the
emanation from It of a trinity or cre
athe being, and from that the hosts
of spiritual Intelligences. Theosophy
endeavors to reinstate Deity In its pio-
found majesty and glory. Yet It agreed
with the Greek writer who said, "All
the gods ndorcd by men were onco hu
man belnga." Tho grent possibilities
of evolution under karmlc law wero
largely dwelt upon. Our first duty
was to realise the possibilities of life
on this planet, nnd In this solar sys
tem, to our fellows, and to ourselves
Not by useless asceticism, but by curb
ing our lower naturo wc etolveil ami
rose In tho scale of being, by our own
efforts to work on the lines of the law
We had to learn to understand tho
grent saying. "Man, know thsclf."
The Auckland papers report that D.
Marques would remain another week In
Auckland and would probably lecture
again before going on to Sydney, to
take up his duties there.
The Boston Defender
Uoston, Dec. 13, Tbe development!!
In the preliminaries leading up to thu
beginning of work on the Huston cup
defender are not of any spcclnl Impoit
anco except to show the determination
of thoso Interested to smooth over any
difficulties that might come up later
on. Supt. Hoyd of the Atlantic Works
Is In consultation with llullder I-awley
In South Boston and It Is possible tho
work upon some of the other contracts
which Mr. 1-nwlcy has upon his handi
at present may be done at the Atlantic
Works, so that Mr. !.awlcy may be ablj
to devote his entire nttentlon to th-j
now cup defender.. Mr, Hoyd offered
to extend eiery possible courtesy and
do all In his power to expedite thu
woik on tho defender, een to loaning
Mr. I-awley additional help.
The Cottee iMofkcf.
Tho Otis, McAllister loffeo circular
for December reports ns follows:
Our lust circular was dated Novem
ber 7th, since which dato all markets
have experienced a sharp decline, Ilru
zIIh In New York losing nearly I'.ii
per pound. Mild coffees, heu and cIho
where, huo not Hiiffered In price to
the full extent uf the depression, liolnj;
unusually favored by their statlstlcnl
position III thu United Stales, but htuii
met with little ilemuml at reduced
prices anil urn tending lower. The
causes of the downward luuu'inent aru
easily found In the weight of uxlntlw;
supplies, apparently good prospects for
(omlng crops and luck of vonlldeucu on
the part of buyers,
Today's llrst hand stock cnnslsts n!
ii.13 bags C'osla ItUii. IV Nicaragua, INI
Salvador, 11,111 (Iiiatcmala. 11,1 Mexican
nnd .1.ur,t) bags of oilier kinds: In all
II.IKO bags ns ugnlnst IJ.DUS bugs sum')
tlinn Inst year.
Fine Job 1'rlntlng at the Bulletin
Mtht. tU ttaAA4
The lrnpoH lmiiti Airlift! In pstt
si nlKMit notm jrnterilsy frmn rkirt
I'mlirlKn, inAklrig the ttlp III ft Oar
Hm Is Hi rommainl of Onplaln W. I
HllliMiu nml In cciy tcpcrt Is a mod' I
iHml. Like the Hlerm and the ft Its alio
reports experiencing beeny wenther
She Is taking on some Mx) tuns uf 10,1 1
and experts to get nway fur Manila by
S o'llock. She has on hoard about one
hundred rnstiaU and p-emlts nnd n long
list of passengers the majority of whom
nm In sumo manner connected Willi
the army. The lman Is down preliv
well In the water, having on board 11
large rnrgo of commissary stores for
The oRIcers of the transport ns .is
follows! Captain W. P. Stenson, com
mander: First OlMccr. W. W. Hopkins:
Second Ortlccr. II. II. Kelly: Third Olll
rer J, A, l.lghlburn; fourth OlMccr. L.
Curtis; Chief Engineer Jennings, l'lrt
Assistant Engineer McKcnnun.
Captain J. N. Pntton Is the quarter
master In charge of the l-onan.
Washington, Dec. 14. Tho Secretary
of War has cabled Inslrirtlons to Gen
eral MacArth'it nt M.mll.i to begin
the work of returning the volunteer
troop4 from the I'hlllpyln.'i In order to
permit ot thilr discharge In this cu'in-
try by the 30th of Jim 3 rn-xt This ni'
tlon has been taken In lr.tlclpatlon if
tho nnthorlratln.i by Topgrcss of the
enlistment of regular regiments to re
place tho recalled troop.i. I'luns for
tho organization of the proposed now
lelmcuts bavo 'lean perfected nt th"
W-. Department nnd compietc ni-
r.'Mpiricnit. made for their speedy ie
cM.litnent and ciulpincnt. Action In
this matter nwalts only the npprovnl
of Congress. It is hoped by tho SAa
retnry of War and the military author
ities that the bill for the organization
of the army now before the Senate will
becomo a law before Congress takes a
recess for the holidays. The officials
make no secret of their great concern
over the existing situation, and s,ty
that the failure ot Congress to take im
mediate action for Its relief undoubt
edly would result In considerable em
barrassment to the Government and
seriously retard tho execution of the
administration's policy for the estab
lishment of an efficient and Btable gov
ernment In the archleplago.
The school established for the study of
navigation meets dally In the Wilder
Tht John C. Potter Is taklne on ballast
at Brewers wharf arid will make rapid
The Andrew Welch Is going In the
st'eam waiting for sugar. She Is receiv
ing a thorough scraping and a coat of
The steamer Kalulanl of the Wilder line
Is being thoroughly overhauled and re
caulked besides having some Improve
mints made in rer machinery.
From a San Francisco. nvPMSS Cltv
of Rio de Janeiro, Dec 3 All's M Da
mon. Miss Haitwell, Mr and aim r J
Lowery and family, MrsG M Hancock,
Mrs T A I'etters, Mrs F W bhallke. Dr K
Hoffman, Mrs K M Stetli, Mrs E E Kim
ball, Miss L Kimball. J G Serrao, .Miss M
berrao, Mr anJ Mrs E Huffandeau, Mr and
Mrs D K Vlda. C II Lymbere, Mts L
Berudt, Miss Leila Spence, G P Renton.
Miss Lillian Janetto, G C Potter, J S
Schmidt, A Grlsson.
From Kauai parts, per stmr W G Hall,
Dec ji Gov S B Dole, Miss Teceson,
Mrs Munford, Mrs Jordan, Mrs Thiomas.
Miss Ella Thomas, Miss Emma Klpu,
Mrs Emllv Rice. Mrs J K Butkett, JK
Burkett, C F Bush, Miss M J Bush. W
Berlowitz, John Malle. S Lew, J W
Smith, L A Andrews, Mrs McCorreston,
MraiKawalola. Mele Kora OkaL W Ko
haalwlu, W E Smith, W F Forbes, H
Waterhouse, Miss Fanner, Chow Chong,
Harry Look, W Swlnton, C Graham, Mrs
Kaluallne and j8 deck.
From Kauai ports, per stmr Mlkahala,
Dev 21 Catton, Sawyer, Archer, Chona
Kee, Miss Tinkley, Miss Chassen and 1 8
From Hawaii and Maul ports, per stmr
Claudlne, Deci C Du enberg.J PTai
lor, Mrs C H Jennings, J R Hlgby. J G
Roiliwell, Mrs M Jones andj children,
Geo Cummlngs, Miss M Cummlngs,
Louisa D Smith, J Paakaula and wife, C
Ah1 Chong. J Cook, G W Wlldbur, W
Searby, R Fursev. C R Ravens. F E At
water, Miss Emily Toomey Miss Lewa
lokla, Miss Lucy Kalelkau. Miss Annie
Alana, Mrs Keanu, Mis M Makekau, W
CCook, S Kelllnol, wife ami 2 children,
Mrs Pickard, Mrs S Oss, Miss Crook, B
K Kalwlaea and wife and 76 on deck.
8TR0NGB8T COLLBGE MAN.
Chicngo, Dee. 13. I'red I.. Dlndham
mer of Northwestern Aendcmy yesto--day
broke all tho western college
records In a Btrength test taken at ths
Kvanston Y. M. C. A. gymnasium under
tho supervision of Director Dass. Dlnd
hammer scored a total of 4G22 points.
The best prcilous college record in the
west was 4238, made by Alfred W.
I'lacu of the Unherslty ot Chicago on
rebriisry 1G last.
Tho marks Bcored by Dlndhnmmer
wero ns follows: Arms. 11S9; legs.
801; trunk, G39; totul, 4032.
Dlndhaiumer Is 23 years of an.
weighs only 1C9 pounds nnd Is fi feet 7
The ever popular Italnler beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you have a glass of Seattle," Is mora
often heard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon has tint beer on tap or
A. HnrrlBon MU1 Co.
I.STIMATI.! I UHMMI1 L)
ON ALL KINDS Ol
Mill Work, Hrick Work,
: and Stone Work.
QUI I N ST., NI1AR SOUTH.
Tel. White mi. ,o, Hoxjjj,
iv tin UMcitt urt'Nr itttsr Licu'it i
TfttMxfv l naaaU AfHaaajaatfa eiaiiaVaaa la
I Mr aaaMf f Saa aMMt of I f Miialfa lata l
Ih.uaMs, 0i. TVa law H aet laaMraW t tali '
' Jataawi, da.iarJra'S leMMHal hi taU tawl In-!
rim nm a H Ma r' 'f ' A M
lafaabca nl I1W1 amaawfllarT m 1 I lm I
1 ha in, ffi M.I Skt 1 htirtr (tin tkal M'
1 Ja. Iha IIM iaj af J.ajtji,, At) laai tliftnclmh
'an Is ifn JallrUf wjina- II . la lffnl '
ai Hw liira anl rllia liif H-m Mil olll af4 Nir
lae aaJ arHHaiinn,
HolMfaaii, Oaha tlataiWr iih, iw
ll (N Cmll
tiii-alln i4 11 Jan link
Notice to Creditors.
Th unJfri'fffi, haUlnr r-nniuly r,,B, '
fnlnl.'nt of ti !:M1f nil KA.SK I'LiVOUTKA,
lif nt Honolulu Mini nl Uhu Jnttl lntfj)t
hrtty kI milt: (9 all rtrrtont hjvlnf cUlmt
filntlil4 Lttt, hthtf icuri Yy mttnfrn
tfjil r !! or not, to rtrwnt tit imhhrrcrrr
Vfuch ft, it nvM uly ulhnl tti, HhlnM
hit ntTirt fn .Mf(hant itrtl, Honotutu. lthi8t
tnoniht Ifom Jatf or tiVy ttl tt fortr hirrf J
DilfJ, Dftrtrntrr nth, trt
. - HARRY ARMITAGE.
AJmtnltralrof th tU't ol Trinh I'croutki ,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE FIFTH
CIRCUIT, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
THANK LOUIS v MAHIA CtORIA COSTINA
-Th KrfuMIc ot Hawaii To1"a Matiha! ol Ilia
Hawaiian latand., nr hit Lltruty, Grra 'Inr.
YourtainntmanJalto lummnn MAKfA CLOMIA
COSTINA, JflnJ,nt lnca aha ahatl fitt wrlttan
ANSWER WITHIN TWEMY DAYS al'er a.rvlta
htraol, to b aM apfar balcra lha taU Circuit
Court at tra Sttlamtar Term ih.raol, tu holian at
Llhua. ManJ ol Kanal, on WtDNtSIMY lha jth
day ot Scr'tmtar liaxt, at 10 n ctocl' I m.. to ahow
caura why tha claim ol Trank Loula,, tilntlff, fthuuli
notbeawarJai to Mm ruruaxt otnt tanor of hla
annaaaJ Llbat lor llivrca. AnJ have vau than there
thl Writ with full return ot yourrroceejlnstthereon.
Wllniii Hon. J, IlirJv. JuJre cl the Clrtull Court
of the F.flh Circuit, at Llhue, Kauai, thla mil iiy ol
Icnei) HARRY D. WISHARD
I hrty certify tr lorejolnc to he true ni eiict
corv f thcorlRlral luinrnont in nl J ciuit ini thit
fiiJ Court rtrJtrtl ptibllcitton of tht tame ind
continuance of titJ ciuw until the nt March. 1901,
trm of thlt (.ourt.
IUtJ Llhue, Kauai, brtmt-r tcth. iqm
HAkKY D WISHARD.
IN TBE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTH CIR
CUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
KAAPUWAI k, n. E. lINDEMANN.Summona
Tha Territory ol Hawaii Tothelllrh Sheriff of the
Terrltjiy of llaaall, nr hn Oeruty, the Sharlfl ol tha
UanJol Kauai, trhia D.ruly, or any Conatatlalc
the Territory ol Hawaii:
You a a commanJeJ to summon C tlNDSMANn
delenlant. In caae he ahall hie wrt'tio ANSWER
WITHIN TWENTY DAYS alter lervlce hereof, to b,
and at rear before lha tall Circuit Court at tha Sec
umber Term thereof, to ha holJen at Llhue. Iilanl ol
Kauai, on WEDNESDAY, the Jlh day ,! Sertrmbe,
next, at rj o'clock a. m to thvw causa why tha
claim of Kaapuaal k, plaintiff, ahouli not ba awarded
to him pursuant to tha tenor of hla anneaei Petition.
And have you then iheie this Writ with full return ot
your proceeding tbereon.
Witness Hon. Jacob Hardy. Juda ol tha Clrcu"
Cocrl ol tha tilth Circuit, at Llhue. this oth day o
(Slrned) HARRY D. WISHARD.
I hereby ceil fy tbe foreecln o be a rat and atari
copy ot the original eumaone In said cause andt hat
said Court ordered publication ot the same and a
contlnuaece of said causa until lha nail March, 1901
term of this Coon.
uated llnae, September tcth, rooo
HARRY D WISHARD.
Large Airy Mosquito
hVbKYTHING NLW AND COMFORT ABLE
The New Era 1 .
The New Two-story Lodging House on
Fort St, between Vineyard dud School.
Only five minutes walk to the Orpheum
Cafe, and fifteen minutes walktothe post-
office. LARfil: LANAIS AM) VERANDAH.
CVI:RYTIII.ng Ol- Tilt UEbT. For terms
apply on premises from i; a. m. to 9 p. m.
Large tract of land situated In Nuuanu
Valley, Honolulu, containing 20 acres,
more or les-e, and krown as the Nuuanu
Pall Sa'oon premises, with bulldlnw and
uroumis cultivates with fruit trees, etc.
Apply to A. G.CORREA,
1702-tf 15 Kaahumanu St.
Pacific Hardware Co.
ON BETHEL STREET WILL BE
OPEN EVERY EVENING COM
MENCING SATURDAY, UNTIL AND
R. W. ATKINSON
Houses, Rooms, Offices,
FURNIMILD OK UNrURNISIILO.
Room 11, Magoou Hid.,
EEFECT tiii.iii'iium! 30011,
RIKTING 1 Prepared to till or.
RODUCED f ' ders untlU p. m
ROMHLY Saturdays. .
(be MERCANTILE PRINTING
orner ol Fort Street.
: wmi iiiiifliiiiiil
Netlcc I hereby Ktn that THrfteK
IlilU'KISi; MILL CO., I II)., of HosWjh,.
lulu, tut mottJ It's cfTi'e to the Mage
HulUlng,roam II. Atlptr"iiwing v
Count to vild comr-any will klnJIy ML. ,
THE PACIFIC MAIL COMPAMT
Ins stiCcrtJeJ to the planing mill butns
of the Enterprise Mill Co., Ltd.,
and Richards streets, and tespectfuflr :
cits the patronage of all former custa
of the latter mill company.
7ttf W. H. G. ARNEMANM.
Stockholders are hereby notified that Ota
FoufthAssessment of per cent or two ami
one-half dollars per share on the Capital
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and rat yah to
July 1st, at the office of the uncferaicrseet,
til Fort street. J.H.FISHER,
Actg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph C,
Honolulu. June t. loop. tqy.
THERE WILL BE A MEETING OF
the Stockholders of the People's Ice Sc Re
'frlgeratlng Co., Ltd., at the office of ther
I Hawaiian Trust and Investment Co., at r
I o'clock V. m., December 29th, looo, for the
I pirpose of considering a proposition of
umuiuuon 01 me corporation.
WM. O. ATWATER.
Secretary Pecple's Ice 4t
I7i0-4t Refrigerating Co., Lfcl.
The only persons having authority tt
make collections for THE HAWAIIAN
ELECTRIC COMPANY, LTD., as
those wearing Trie Hawaiian Erectile Coaz.
pany, Ltd., bajge, marked COLLECTOR
No's. 8, o or 10.
ELECTRIC COMPANY, LTDu
A dividend Is due and payable to th
stockholders of tht INTER-ISLAND.
STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD, at
their office, Ounn strut, at to o'clock a.
m. on Thursday, Deceabrr 37th, tooo.
The Stock J-edgir of tht Company wttT
be closed to "transfers frost Wednesday,
Decimbsr a6th, to Friday tht 28th, loclu-.
C. H. CLAPP,
Honolulu, Dec. 22. loot. 1710-C
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
tht Union Fetd Co., Ltd., atk! the totk
day of Dectmbtr, 1900, tht followins per
sons wtrt tltcted as office s of the roar
pany to strvt for the ensuing jear, viz:
President Mr. W.F.Allen
Vice-President Mr. E. D. Temej-
Mr.F. W. MacfarUne
Secretary Mr. Southard HorTnac,
Auditor Mr. F. Klamp
Directors-Mr. W. F. Allen, Mr E. D.
Tenney, Mr. F. W. Macfarlane, Mr. Geo.
H. Robertson, Mr. H. A. Isenberg. Mr. F.
F. R. VIDA.
I7t8-4t Secretary- Union Feed Co.. Ltt-
Klhel Assessment Notloc
The 8th Assessment of sTi, orli.jacBK
share, became due on the 1st of Ainu,
1900, penalty bearing from September nt,
toco, and del.ncjuent on the jcth of Sep
tember, 1900. Delinquents are now pub
lished and will be sold at auction on tka
SBth ol November, 1900.
The 9th Assessment of 5f. or 12.93 pe
share, became du; on the tit cf Sepbmbtr,
loco, penalty bearing from August nt,
loco, and delinquent on the 31st of Oct
The 10th Assessment of 5,', orfLjope.
share, became due on the 1st of October
1900, bears penalty trom November 1
tooo, and will be delinquent on Novessier
The nth Assessment of ;V,ori.$3pax
share, has been levied to become due aafi
payable -on the 15th of Novtafcej
igoo, will bear penalty from December
1 5th, 1000, becoming delinquent on tfae
ijui 01 January. 1901.
J P. COOKE
Treasurer, Klhel Pla'nta'tlon Co tie.
Honolulu, November loth, toco. 16 HH
Will engage labotecrur.
the Hawaiian Islands and will furn
ish them to plantatibns, iodlviduafa.
firms, or corporations j will utviee
take contract work anJ furnish ex
perienced and reliable contractors.
Telephone, 2o Main.
P. O. Box, S77.
Temporary Office :
ROM 15. Merchant street, Konrtlulc
Call and see u before buyinj;
Hawaiian Iron Fence aid'li
mental Co,, Ltd.