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THE BVUNINO HUI.LMINi HONOLULU, M. I,, SATUIMAY, l)I.GHM.jglt ), U)M,
Oceanic Steamship Company
Tbi tttfttntri o thl lln will irrlfa nnd leave thin port as hereunder!
JrnoM ban ntANcisco. i-on ban hiancisco.
Zrnliinilla , i..... .. ..Inn. 2 KtnUndtA . ,.. ...Jnn. 5
Alameda i,,,..,,i,i,,.k.,JAn. S Marlpo'ft ,,,,, ,.,,,, Jnn. 7
Zeslandln ..Jnn. 2:1 Zenlnndla , .Inn. SO
Ronomn , Jnn. 2? Hlerrn Jam. 2!l
MarlpoM ,i ..........Keb. 6 Marlptun k ,... ..Keb 13
Blerra Keli. 19 Alameda Pelt. 18
Zealandln, ........ itch. 2 Zenhndla .Mch. 6
Ventura ........Mch 12 gonomii' '. ...Mch. )2
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Id connection with the tailing of
pared to Issue, to Intcndlngpawngcrs, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
.York by any steamship line to all European ports.
KOR FURTHEn PARTICUUARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
QENEUAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental ind Oriental SttimsMp Co. & Tojo Klsen Kaisba
.... (iMama of th. abor, coaaaaioo lll call at Hoaotola aaa lun ttla tort oa 01 aboalcat..
For Japan and China:
Aairlca Mnu Jan. I
ft MI lefonaatlo. VT
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents.
CkiDadiaii - Australian Royal Hail Steamship Company.
SSrSuaemi of le abor. Hit. raaahrc la coukUm win Ike CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
i if im Vaacoaver. B. C. ead Sydney, N. S. W.. nlllii it Victoria. C. C, Hosolola and Brlibaoa
tn BUB AT HONOLULU on or about tba lata, below elated Tit I
tOtk VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Brlibaaa aad Sydney l . For Victoria and Vaacoovtt IB. C):
rats ttckata leta4 frota Heaolola to Canada, Uatted Statee aaa Europe.
fteaai. aad all faaeral fafomatloa, apply to t
Theo. H.DavlcB&Co.oLtd., Gcn'l Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN
S. 6. Hawaiian will be dispatched from New York on or before
January 15 for Ban Francisco, en route to Honolulu
To be followed by 6. 6. Ore&onlan. March loading.
Freight 'received -at company's wharf, 42d Street, Suiith Brooklyn,
at all times. For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
) Wilder Steamshio 0o Ltd.
60 6. Klnau,
1COLOKAI, MAUI, HAWAII.
Will sail from Honolulu on
.Tuesdays at 12 noon, (or Kau
akakal, Lahalna, Maalaea Bar, Klhet,
Makena, Kawalhae, Mahukona, Lau-jaaoehoe-
Returning will tall from HUo on
rrldays at 10 a. m., (or above named
porta, arriving In Honolulu on Satur
Haya. Paaaengera and freight will be taken
tar Makena, Mahukona, Kawalbae, HI
fa, Hakalau, Honomu, Papalkou and
PaaMngtra and PACKAGES ONLY
Itll be- taken for Kaunakakal, Lahalna,
Msnlf Bar, Klbel and Laupahoehoe
6. 6. Claudlne.
Will leave Honolulu everr Tncadar
at ( p. m. touching at Lahalna, Ka
halal. Nahlku, Hana, Hamoa and KI
fahulu. Maul. Returning, touches at
afeoTe named porta, arriving In Hono
tata Bundar mornings.
WLU call at Nuu. Kaupo, onca each
8a 60 Lehua,
, BENNETT, Master.
MOLOKAI, MAUI, LANAL
alia every Monday for Kaunakakal,
Kaauao.'Maunalel, Kalaupapa; Lahal-
aa. Honolua, Olowalu. Returning ar-
rlvaa at Honolulu Saturday morning.
This company reserves the right to
ssake changes In the time o( departure
and. arrival ol lta steamers WITHOUT
MOTICE, and It will not be responsible
(or any consequences arising there-
Consignees must be at the landing
receive their freight This com
ny will not hold Itself responsible
(er freight after It has been landed.
Livestock received only at owner'
Tnla company will not be responsible
far money or valuables of passengers
aleaa placed In the care of the pur
ser. Paaaengera are requested to purchase
Uckete before embarking. Those fall
tag to do ao will be subject to an ad
Utlonal charge of twenty-live per cent
The company will not be liable for
loss of, Jior Injury to, nor delay In de
livery of basgage or personal effects of
passengers, or freight of shippers, be
yond the amount of S100, unless the
value of the same be declared when ic
ceived by the Company, and an extra
charge be made therefor.
All employes of the company are tor
hidden to receive, freight without', de
livering a shipment receipt therefor In
the form prescribed by the Company,
and which may be seen by shippers
apon application to the pursers of the
(Shippers are notified that If freight
la shipped without such receplt It will
M solely at the risk of the snipper.
0. L. WIGHT. President
a B. ROBE. Becretary.
UAPT. T. if- CLARK Par "opt
tho above steamer the ogenti iro pre
For' San Francisco:
Gaelic Jin. i
Honckonf Marti i Jan, S
Chin. Jan. il
For Fi.lrtl aal
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DULY
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 Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
' 1 J5 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. t Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
tjJ Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Co.
From and After January 1, MVn
STATIONS. Dll Dall.
lOntwarS) u. Soa. ttllr ta. 9oa. Dally Dalit
n.a. n.m. .ji, rjoj. rj
Hoaolala 1:10 HI lli Jill 1:1
Ptarl City.,., l.o) 11:40 J: 5.5
UwaMlll I.j lol lao 4.01 6110
ffalanaa...... .... iso .... 4:4s .,,
Walahia n:js .... 1:40 ....
(ahaka ia:ta ins ,,.,
(lawarl) ai Soa. Dally Dally Dtll
11 Soa. Dally Dally Dally
A.M. A.M. 9M. P.M.
Kaaaka .... in .... m.ti
faialua 6:10 a:so
Walaaao... rno ,,,. i.ji
aaMIII ' I'lo :,) no 4:1a
Puil City , 6.IJ I.01 ii)o 4:5a
Mueololu lu s.t aoj iaa
F. C. Hmitu, Gen'l Faaa. 4 Tloket
Agent , h
(i. V. Drminoh, Mi)nrlnlnriit.
Violin - Studio
ROOAl 4. LOVE BUILDING.
Mrs, Addis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, " Mlftnon "
730 Beretanla street; Tel. 1114. 1637 tf
B. K. KAAi,
Toacher of O iitar, Mandolin, Zltbei
Ukulelo and Tarp Patch,
Orders to be loft rare of Wall, Nlclio'r
Co; r V'tatrom Mualo Co.'a if
A Healthy Stomach
makes pure blood, vigorous nerves-a strong
body. Hosteller's Stomach Hitters
strengthens weak stomachs. An occasional
dose will keep the bowels active. Taken
regularly, It will cure Indigestion, constl.
fiallon, dyspepsia, biliousness, Inactive
Iver or kldnevs, malaria fever and ague.
It will cure you. See that a Prlviitc
Revenue Htnmp covers the ne:k of the
It has no
4 4 Pocket-books,
Card Cases, Stationery Sets,
Writing Cases, Fancy Papeteries
(for young and old) Etc., Etc.
FOR SALE BY.
NEWS CO., LTD.
BOARDING AND LIVERT
Bigs (tent to any part ol tlx
HACKS -AT-ALL -HOUR
Waiklkl Road, - Walklk
TEL. BLACK 141.
Vben Yon Waqi & Ik
RING UP THE. .
C -Li- U-B
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
..618 FORT BTREJC
Stable 'Phone, 477
Hack Stand 'Phones, S19 end 7f a.
CI. H RELLINA.
FOR BALLAST !!
( White and Black Sand
I In Quantities to Suit....
CORAL ADD SOIL FOR SALE.
Dumn Carts furnished bv the di
on Hour's Notice.
H. R HITCHCOCK
Merchant St., In M. D. Monsarrat's otne'e.
A GOOD THING
Obla, Algeroba and Plus Flrewoor
Oat and Bplit tread y for the Btove),
STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COAL
WHITB AND BLAOS 8AHO
Lowest Prices, delivered to auy pan
HUSTACB 3t CO.,
THE UNION EXPRESS GO.
Drays (for Freight
Our representative meets all Incomlni
slramers from the Coast nd we chect
baggage on all outgoing steamers.
Wblte and Black Sand Fcr Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin. 110 Kin;
street. Tel. 8G.
Yf. URSEK, Vft.
INVADING CA1M1 COLONY.
Capo Town. December 20, The
sltuutlon In tho northern districts of
OupH Colony Is most Korlmin Knllv
2000 Iloeis haro Invnilvd that section
(linvo fenrs are ontortalnuil that
Dutch 8yuiiatnizcis will Join tho ro
lirlllcm. and that this will spread. Al
tlimiKh tlicro Is no fear na tn tho will
mnlo rf-jint. tho mck of n aulflrlcnt
niuulx-r nf moiintiMl troops Im felt by
tho llrltlsli. Thu euormoiiH atc nt
tinmen In Hnuth .Milrn wns never ful
ly ttppruclutcd until now.
I DONE BY
uui (if:o,uuu nciiibuiii iui
Keturn 01 uuaany
FATHER PROMPTLY PAYS
PRICE THEY DEMAND
Police Think They Have Clews- Oma
ha Scene of What Threatened to be
Second Charley Ross Affair
Story of the Boy.
Omnha, Neb., Dec. 20. IMwntl
Cudnhy, Jr., tho flrteen-ycaroUl gun
of tho nillllotinlru moot pucker was
kidnaped Tuesday uvvnliiK nnd held
thlrty-Hlx hours fur n ransom of $23,
000 In gold. Tho yoiins man's father
iinui'rltatliigly paid tho amount anil
the nm ,bas liitn returned to his fam
ily. At U o'clock Wednesday n horRO
man rodo past tho Cudnhy mansion,
on Thirty-eighth street, nnd threw a
letter Into tho lawn. A servant no
ticed tin; action, and seeing the letter,
found It eontnlned tho Information
that tho young mnn had bean kidnap
ped nnd wns safe, nnd was being held
for n rnnsom Threo hours later Mr.
Cudnhy received, through tho malls, n
second communication which read
"Omaha, Neb.. Dec. 19. Mr. Cnda
hy: "Wit havo kidnapped your child nnd
ilcmnnd JSS.OOO (twenty-flvo thousnnd
dollars) tor his snfo return. If you
glvo tho money tho child will bo re
turned as r.nfo as when you last saw
him. hut If you refuso wo will put ncld
In his ores and blind htm, then wo
will Immediately kidnap another mil
lionaire's child that wo have spotted
nnd demand M0O.0OO, nnd wo will get
It. for ho will spo tho condition of your
child and reallzo tho fact that wo
mean business and will not bo mon
keyed with or captured.
"flet tho money nil In cold, five, ten
and twenty dollar pieces; put It In n
whlto whent sack, get In your buggy
nlono on tho nlghl qf December l!''h
nt 7 o'clock p. m. ahd drive south
from your house to Center street,
then west on Center and drlvo back
to Uusor's Park nnd follow tho paved
road towards Kremont.
"When you como to n lantern that
Is lighted by tho side of tho road plnco
tuo monoy by tho lantern nnd Imme
diately turn your horse around nnd
"You will know otir lnntorn, for It
will haro two ribbons, black and
white, tied on tho hnndle. You must
placo a red lantern on your buggy
whero It enn bo- plainly seen so wo
will know yob. n mllo nway-
"This letter nnd overy pnrt of It
must bo returned with tho money nnd
nnv attempt nt enpturo will be the
saddest thing you havo over done.
Reminded Hlf of Charley Rota.
"If you remember somo twenty
yenrs ngo Charley Itoss Was kidnap
ed In New York Uty nnd 120.000
ransom nsked. Old mnn ltos wns
willing to ,glvo up tho mon"V, but
Hums, the' grent detertlvo, with oth
ers, noratindcil the old man not to glvo
up tho tnnnev, assuring him that tho
thieves would be captured
"Itoss died of n broken henrt. i.orry
that ho nllowcd tho dctontvs to die
tato tn him.
"This letter must not bo seen by
any ono but you, If tho police or
snmo stronger know Its contents they
might attempt to. capture us, alto
gether against your wish, or r.onio ono
might uso n lantern and rep'-esent us,
thus tho wrong pnrtv seeurlna; tho
money, nnd this would be in fntal to
you ns If you refused to glvo un tho
monev. 80 you sco tho danger If yon
let this letter bo seen. .
"Mr. Cudnhv. you nro up against It
and thoro Is only ono way out. OIVR
UP TIII3 COIN. Monov wo want and
money wo will get. If vou don't glvo
up, the next man will, for ho will see
that wo mean business nnd vm ctn
lend vour bov around blind for tho
rest of your life nnd nil you will hnve
l the 1 copper svmpathv.
Do tho right thing bv us and wo will
do the snmo bv vou. If vou refuso you
will soon sco tho saddest sight you
ever seen. Wednesday. December
19th. This night or never.
"Follow these Instructions nnd no
harm will befall you or yours."
The Hoy Returned.
. te fiwiflhi- tll.l nYnotlv as was di
rected driving In tho course mapped
out nnd placing tho bag of monoy very
near to tho lantern whieu ho found.
That tho bandits wcro near the spot
and nt onco socured iho valuablo.pack
ago cannot bo doubted, for about 1
o'clock this morning tho young man
ran breathlessly tip to tho front door
of his fnthcr's lumo nnd rnng tho boll
for admission. Two policemen, wno.
in thn anrlv nvnnlnff. Iinri been nlncod
near tho family mansion, had lator
been sent to tho staples uy .Mr. Uinta
hy. who feared that, should tho men
.niH.n tim i.nv nml non tho policemen.
they would drlvo awuy without leav
ing him. Tho ooy camo in so suu
drlily tho police know nothing of It
.mill n m.mlmr nf the f.imllv went to
tho stables nnd Informed them that
tho young man Had returned nnn mil
their services could bo dispensed with.
n'h,. vnttnir mnn tnbl a story
nf how ho was accosted by two
men on tho ntrefi Tticsnny
eumlng who claimed to bo sheriffs of
CInvn.. nnltntU HMiaV Tliniln ft nrOteilO
of nrrcstlng him ns an escnned lumnto
of the rorarm senooi, nanieii i;amo sic
Oee Thev drovo him nwnv nnd it
one point when ho shouted to n enr
mnn for tho purpose of being Identl
flnl.l, hla ,.rv wns tint henril nnd the
bandits tlton blindfolded him. Ho was
taken to an emptv hoiiFC In tho out
skirts nnd chained to the llnnr whero
ho remained nil nlrhf nnd dnv. lie
wns too nervous to eat or sleep. Ho
was offered food and only onro did
natd.mr i.i lhiiu.anJ- nf tiut,
IT i-Lkti m;nun. Sm.1 lor
liooklit no 1 " Allrm
navnctlc lilaille TruiaCo,,
CjoMitlitStrm, San I kancislo
h" nf-rept, when li was given Kiln"
riftee nml trnrkata
At bight, 'of "tn ntikmian trasnti,
Iho tr" tfl-nl ymmg Cwlahr tthin
hi- hain and fsld ' W nti tcolng
1 Int.. yem ..time." Thti they HI
ii I" a hitek. Il wns dtlvam mpld
I Ihrrmgh the dnrliMev tn Th'tlt
KMi-nih nnd lnventtrtlt streets,
Mh'tv he its alltmH lo leave the
iag lrtim Iherc he walkid
In 1 le
llcMtliiinrterrt nt ttnnillta,
Omiihn. IliH-amber !l - Tlif ho'i'e
In which IM'lle Cudnhy wns ket
while n lirl'Ktier 111 the lirtlida of kid
n!rs wns dlscoveied this nlteniiMin
liv the polite, it wns lilentined ly inn
boy In the sntlsfnttl'in of t'hl'f of I'o
llee Diiunhite. The flndlng of It led to
the securing of n good description f
lonie of tho criminals nnd mndo possl-
In new clews. I urthcr than this and
tlin hint that Pal Crowe? Omaha's
most desperalo criminal, tnny bnvn
beu tmo of tho kidnapers, neither the
police nor half a hTindted m tectlves
nt woik on the ease bnvo pny of the
results of their labors In make pub
lic. Two reporters were at tho place
when tho police arrived nnd came
near being tnken for tho outlaws.
gun wan levelled nt ono of them nt
first hi he soon satisfied tho officer
of his Identity.
The elder Cudnhy has offered n re
wnrd of $25,000 for tho enpturo of the
nbdurtors, of lln.000 for nnv two of
tho men or $5,000 for ono of them.
KIMBALL NEARLY LOST
Seattle. Dec. 20, The stennrr
John H. Klmbnll, which sailed Sunday
for Honolulu, r turned to port today
having nprung n leal; In tho furious
gnlo that rnged off Capo Klnttery
Mondny nnd Tuesday. Part of her
cargo will bo unloaded prior to nn ox
ainlnntlon of her hull The lenk Is
behoved to bo nbovo tho water line,
nenr tho bows.
Tho Kimball had n thrilling encoun
ter with tho storm nnd wnB forced
onco to run for shelter before It was
decided to return to Scnttle. Henvy
teas swept tho vessel, the water pen'
etrntlng to tho englno-rooms from
Tuesday morning to Wednesday night,
when the boat reached Port Angeles.
I'unips wcro constantly working, bare
ly keeping the lenkago under control.
Onllant work wns done by Chief Kn
glnecr Mcintosh, who labored eigh
teen hours nt one ntretch 1n the en
glne-room, stnndlng up to his knees
In wnter nnd encouraging the stoTters,
Tho Kimball wns on her Initial vov
ngo to Honolulu when she ran Into the
storm. Her enrgo. consisting of 700
tons of general morchnniusc' nnd ennl.
wns not dnmnged. The seas which
swept over tho deck, besides Inundat
ing tho engine-room, entered the sa
loons and stnterooms. Carpets were
ruined nnd the Interior woodwork bad
WATCH NEW CENTURY
A union watch meeting service for
Now Year's ovo will bo held at tho
Centrnl Union church. An extensive
program has been arranged and will
tie as follows:
9! IE Pralso and prayer service.
9MG Anthem. Sermon Tho Rev.
W I). Westcrvclt. Subject: "Is tho
Gospel Adequate, to tho Needs of tho
10:10 Singing "Wntchmnn, Tell
Us of tho Night." I
10MK Address. Tho Ilev. S. P. Per
ry. Subject: "Our (iratltudo for tho
Old Year nnd Hopes for tho New."
10:25 Solo. Mr. Theodora Illchnrds.
i0:10 Testimony service. Led by
Major Oeorgo wood.
UM0 Sermon. Ino Ilev. A K. Co
ry. "An Kssentlal t" Holv Living nnd
Aggressive Christian Work."
11:30 Singing "O Clod Our Help In
11:35- Scripture rending.
HMD Solo. Mr. II. C. Chnmberlln.
HMD Consecration service. Led
bv tho Rov. Wm. M. Klncnld.
12 m. Doxologv nnd benediction.
BAND FOR NEW YEAR.
Governor Dolo has sent tho following
request to the band which will be car
Honolulu, December 28, 1900.
Dear Captain Ucrger.
I would recommend that tho band
piny solemn music nt tho Capitol
grounds for half an hour or so before
midnight, Monday night, to be follow
ed after midnight with Jcyoun music
for half nn hour or so; nnd then tho
band play 'through several residence
streets, sny Hotel to Alakea to Ilere-
tanla to Nttuanu to School to Emma
to lterctanln to Alapsl to King to tho
capltol or something less. If that Is
With New Year.'a greetings,
Washington. Dec. 20. The Sen-
nto today confirmed tho following
postmnsters In Hawaii., L. Severnnco,
11110; .1. M. oat. Honolulu; u. 11. Dish-
op, Llhue; A. Walt, .ahalna.
Lntc Sugar Market.
New York. Dec. 22. Simar Raw
steady; fair roflnlng, 37-8c; centrifu
gal, 9C test, 4 3-8c; molasses sugar,
35-8C. Refine quiet; chushed, 6c;
powdered, fi.itic; granulated, 5,C0c.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tnke Laxatlvo Dromo Quinine Tablets.
AH druggists refund the money If It
falls to cure. E. W. Orovo's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
(uncial Manager ol
Tb RquiUblt Life Amirinc) SocU
li, u United iitetesfo? tho Hawaii
Oin-i Irtewibsnt street. He-
M. PHILLIPS & OO. .
Wholesale Icpoiters and Jobbsri
(aropc&u and American Dry a-w
5fo tsnd ljurcu Utritls.
t UAOKFELD & OO.fLi-
i&HEBAL C0MUISS10H ABEIV)
Oor.Vort and Cueen Hlreeti Uocu.t
Notice to Creditors,
1t MiJrfa't"! htif f to, i.lr ttHtt ai.
KIM.iuM "I itir ImiI. olMNR I'tWH'tM
laf At M -Mofa UliM tf CatM Jaa4 lnrota
htr.f oi, ft.il.t t. al (-rtr. ti.m .liltt-a
atiMtt tail I'll," orrttlwr m. .,.4 if nvta.ff s
faal ri'al. ft s-rf tn t-t.wsi th. tamo Hh trtf
frrfta. It asy atUt
r atiM aw ?
aiehrMraMi I' h-m at
Mi nsvr m M-KSant fi tt, llon.Mn. Itl.'f.m
rttit frnn ai or Om-v HI rt lfrf,tr t-art4
luifj, liiitt' nth --.
, MAMHT HMIIAIH
AJmlshttitntolihalita-r ol lurk I'.ronin, i.
tll It'O lltl
NOTICE TO CRtH)tTOR8.
Th tnJrti'itvJ havtnr hn Jutr tPotnJ tU
Aimlnltfitrf e( tfr ittt nf WILLIAM M LUM
MINiiS, latt of llcft.ti.lii UUnJ of (jhu, diwJ
Notirt It hrttv thtn I lt rvvnt t r'twnl
thtf illiftn (tlntt th titif nl till WlMUmll.
CumrMneta Jnri, 4uTf auttit?nt(rtt?J, hihf.
fturai 7 rnorffJijt tr ihtrwtr, H th un4titrfwi
t hi nlticr t,n Mefchifif tifrtt, Honolulu, Oitiu
ftrAl)t (th n ' mn1ht from lh &u herrof. of
thfyill rl'cvr NrtrJ. nJ illpftion IndtHfJ
l ta J E(at aff htrtby ttNiutstil to mifcf Iffltnc
J tf ra)'tit toih unirTtlgnJ,
DatfJ. Mofloiuld. tHccmtrr 9. 9,
Aiffllnlitulor M iti tit, of W, A Cumm nj.
ITCTI IttC. i, ti, i ft, J9.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTH
CIRCUIT, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
rUANk' LOl'tS vi MAMIA GIORIA COSTINA
TIM KrruMlc of IUn. TotntAUrthal ofthf
Hawaiian ItlanJs or hit Dtftity. OrreMnp
Ymi roinmanifJ to tummon MAKIA GLOKIA
COSTI.NA. Jrfrniant, lrt(a th ihill hit written
ANSMR WITHIN TWLN I Y DAYS tfitr rl
hrraof. to tt ani rpr ttUrt irw tali Clrcu'l
Onirt it tr Sntrmtrr Trn thfof, ! h holder) '
Llhue, tt-laniof Kanal. rn WLDNL5DAY, Uit itt.
Aif ot Sr mlf r t. at 10 o'clock i. m.. to tho
caui Mhy (h claim of Frank Lou It lalnttrf, thouli
not be wirJJ tnhlm rurtuant t t trnor of Mi
tnnti Llhtl for I) vtrct. AnJ havt vu trn theft
thl Writ with full rtturnof your rrocrJln( thereon,
Wltniat Ifii.J. HarJy.JuJce ftht Circuit Court
of ihf I Hih Circuit, at Llhuf, Kauai, this iitl Jay of
(ftrrTtJ) MAURY D. WISHARD.
I hereby certify the fore flnj to t a true ari taici
copy l the orleiral tummont In talJ caute ani that
titf Court orJerri publication of (Tie tame and a
continuance of tali caute until the nt March, 1901,
term ot thlt Court.
Date! Llhue, Kauai, Sert ember ftth. tooo.
HAKKY D WISHAHD.
164 ,mj Clerk.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTH CIR
CUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
KAAPUWAI k. . E. LINDLMANN.Summont
Tl Territory clllaall: To ih filch ShrlR ot Hit
Ttrrltorr nl llaoa'l. or hit Deputy, tlu Simla ol tor
lianJotKaual.ort.lt Deruty. or any Cocstattt I
th; Ttrrllory ol Hawaii:
You a-i omiranJJ to tummon E. LINDEMANr'
dffiJaM, In caw he thatl Me rti;at ANjWfct
WITHIN TWENTY HAYS alter trrvlce hmot. to b
anJ arrjar belrtt ha tali Circuit Coull at the Sp
tmrrTeTPi thereof, ti, r tH.Ucn at Llhue. ItlanJ o
Kauai, on WlDNtSDAY. the jih day ol Serterat.
next, at 10 o'clock a. m., to th-w caue hy the
claim of Kaepual k, plalntliT, thoulJ not bo awardel
to him purauaM lo the tenr-r of hit annetei Pellllon
An4 have you lhen ihera ihla Writ with full return of
your proc-eJInri thereon
Wltnett Hon. Jacob Hardy, JuJe ol the Clrcu
Court ot the Mlth Circuit, at llhue, thl, oth day 0
ISIftned) HAKKY D. WISIIARD.
I hereby celt fy the f orepolnp torta tufardexac
copy of the orlafoal tummont In tald caul anil hal
tali Court ordered publication ot the tame and a
contlnuarca of aald caute urtll the neat March, 1001
term of thlt Court.
Paled Llhue, &eptemtertth, lono
HARRY D. WISIIARD.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE OF SALE.
The underslgnej, Administrator, to sell
the real estate of J. Plnao (k), deceased
Intestate, of Alea. Ewa, Island of Oahu;
ty virtue of an order made by the honor
able A. S. Humphrey;, First Judge of the
Clrcilt Couttof the First Circuit, Terri
tory of Hawaii, gives notice that he will
expose for sale, at public auction, at the
front entrance of the Judiciary Building,
tn the City of Honolulu, Islan J of Oahu,
on SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1901. at
12 o'clock noun, all that piece or par
cel of land situate at Kanlahlku, Puna,
Hawaii, more particularly described In
Royal Patent No. 1226 (Urant) to Kahu
luna, bounded and (fescilled as follows:
Commencing at pile of stunts, at d run
ning N. 1 degree 4,5 minutes W., 11.04
chain alrng rtupunlj thence N. 42 dec.
30 mln. VV., 2J.75 chains along Aupunij
thence S. 33 ifeg. 30 mln. W.,19 00 chains
along Aununlj thence S. 66 deg W.. 3.33
ch.lns along Aupunl; thtnee S. 16 deg.
W., q 62 chains to house lot nf Kaluahlnei
S. 34 dtg. E.( 11.41 cha'ns along Aupunl;
S. 39 deg. B., 11.49 chains along Aupunl;
N. 59 deg. 30 mln. E., 15.66 chains to
place of commencement, containing 58 73
acres, mo e or less, and the said J. Plnao
has a good title In and to this land.
Said sale being subject to the confirma
tion of the Couit.
Terms, cash. In U. S. Gold Coin. Deed
at the expense of the purchaser.
ror lurtner iniormation apply to S. K.
Kane, my attorney at Honolulu.
Administrator Estate of J. Plnao (k),
Dated Hono'ulu, December nth, 1000.
!7iV4t Dec, n. 22. 29. Jan. .
, Large Airy Mosquito
hVliRYTIIING NliW AND COMFORTABLE
The New Era!
The New Two-story Lodging House on
Fort St. between Vineyard and School.
Only live minutes walk to the Orpheum
Cafe, and fifteen minutes walk to the post
office. LARGE, LANAIS AND VERANDAH.
EVERYTHING OP THE BEST. 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 bulldlnn and
other lmprovements.r , -"
rounds cultivated -with fruit trees, etc.
Apply ta A. G. CORREA,
1 7Q2-I f n Kaahumanu St.
All bills standing against RELIEF
CAMP NO. 1, must either be presented at
the office on Punchbowl St., or mailed to
P. M. LANSDALE, before Jan. 1st 1901.
In OoKoontratoa Dronm
MLf.H.t;, POORNESS OF 3L0QI
LOSS OF COLOUR.
by tho Utrllcj PhjUctia
t ol all Cauntilce,
lltlnnlkr, TuH Mr 34
veil ek.i L4irif jia.
Dan wl VUii,, la Tl
Boca bttrj, back
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u,kir.i. . .TT" v' .-.--" ."". ;-.".i.M
"--"" y " uamyeiia. t'atia.
Notice Is liftth'g'n that TUB Er0
ifclU'l.lSH.MILI. CO., 1.11)., of '
lulu, lifts mneJ It's 1 iTue to the Migsrv.
HulMlnc, room 11. All ft 'ot.s owtnj, ao '
counts to mIJ compAny will klnJly settle;
I lie m inn pro m pi I y, t?M-iri
THE PACIFIC MAIL COMPAKT
liss tucceedtJ to the planing mill btnlne"
of the l-nttrrrl'e Mill Ct IXJ, Alalcea'
and HlcliarJs street, and tesfefutlr irif-'
cits the patremge of allfarmtrcuttomro,'
of the latter mill company.
1716 tf VV. H. O. ARNEMANN.
Stockholders are hereby notified that Urn,
Foufth Assessment of 5 per cent or two taS
one-half dollars per share on the Capital
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and (urible
July 1st, at the office of the vnftrslrnel.
ill Fort stieet. J.H.FISHER.
.ctg. Treas. Inter Island Telegrif h Co,
Hennlulu. June 1. tooo. t,vr
A special meeting of the stockhdlJrti 'eX
the TERRIIORY STAHLESCO.'.LTD.
will be helJ at the office of the Ksplaltn! ,
estate en .Monday, December 31st, 1930,1
10 o'clcck. .1. m.
C l- MERRICK.
Secretary, Territory Stables Co., Ui.
Election of Officers.
At the meeting of the stockholders of
the UNION EXPRESS CO., U-cember
22, the following officers were elected iv
the ensuing ear.
J. H.boper President
A. L. Morris- Secretin;
Wm. Lirscn Trea'wrer
Clias. F. Schermrrhom...Audittr
Honolulu, December 12. 100a
!722-3t A. L. MORRIS. Seaetary-
A dividend Is due anJ payable to tbt.
stockholders of the INTER-lSLANt)
STEAM NAVIGATION CO.. LTD, x
their office, Oueen street, at tooMdca
m. on Thursday, December 27th, ipsa,
1 he Stock Ledger of the Company w5T
be closed to transfers from Wednesday.
December 26th, to Friday the 28th, lndua
Ive. C H. CLAPP,
Honolulu, Dec. 22. loot. 7iStS
election of Officers.
At a special meeting of the shirehoUrrt
of the PACIFIC VEHICLE AND SUP
PLY CO., LTD.. held In Honolulu, De
cember 22, 1900, James F. Morgan tarat
elected president In plate of W.W.Wrlglrf.
resigned; W. H. Hoogs elected secretary
In place of Ed. Ingham, resigned; Ei.
Ingham elected auditor, vice Jas. F. Mor
The Board uf Officers now are:"
Jas. F. Morgan P-esIdent
J. A. Magoon Vice-President
E. F. Gleen .Treasure
W. H. Hoogs Secretary
Fd. Ingham. Auditor
J. Jr. O'Brien Director
The above constitute the BoarJ (( Di
rectors. W. H. HOOGS, .
1 7222) Secretary.
Klhel Assessment Notice.
The 8th Assessment of sJf, or li.sopev
share, became due bn the 1st of August,
1900, penalty bearing from September ca,
loco, and del.nquent on the 30th of Se?
temper, 1900. Delinquents are now pci
llshrd and will be sold at auction on tb
20th ot November, 1900.
The 9H1 Assessment of sJf, orfefopc,
share, became due on the 1st cf September. '
1900, penalty bearing from August 1st.
loco, and delinquent on the 31st of Oct
The 10th Assessment of tfi, orfejope.
share, became due on the istof udober
1900, bears penalty from November Ht '
1900, and will be delinquent on November
Th. Ilth iH,mMl .f ,' wt.
share, has been levied to become due aal
payaoie on me 15111 of Noveaaeer,
1900, will bear penalty from December
15th, 1000, becoming delinquent on Has
1 5th of January, 1901. ,- .
J. f. COOKE.
Treasurer, Klhel Plantation Co, Ui.
Honolulu, November 10th, 1000. iGt4-at
. Call and see us before buying
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Moot-
menial Co., ltd.
Til. 287 MAIN.
176 king sr.
RINTU1G 1 Prepared to fill or.
RODUCED T dcrs until p. nc.
BOKPILY ' Saturdays
Iht MERCANTILE PRINTING
Corner ol Fori Street.
HART & CO.,
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Fine Chocolates and Confections,
let Cream and Ices Wftic