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1H1: HVIiNINO BULLBTINt HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, UKCBMIIfiK ,1, I900,
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers o( this tine will trrlre and Irate Ihli port as hereunder!
KltOM BAN niANCIHCO.
Trntntnlla t Jan. 2
tlamcdn w Jan. S
Zealamlln Jan. 2.1
Hbnomn ..Jnn. 2?
Mariposa Kelt. 0
Sierra Kcb. 19
Zealandla licit, 2
Venltirn Mch 12
In connection with tho salllnrj of tho above steamers the agents are pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San I'rancltco to all points In the United States, and from New
York by any steamship lino to all Kurapcan ports.
FOIl FUIIT11EII PAUTICULAIIS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
GENERAL AQENT3 OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
(Incidental and Oriental Steamship Co, gs Toyo Risen Kafsba
..... etaanara of t&a tbova cospanta. will call at Honolulu ao4 Imt this sort on or tboat fb
For Japan and China:
For cantral tororna'Jon ipy o
H. Hackfeld &
.rStaatBera ol the above line, runntnr? li connection with the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
ttvMa Vancouver, B. C , and Sydney. N. S. W
l wvd ai .! WaWsyaWB' vn wr apvui ur
KOn VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, B. C,
Fee BrUbtnt and Sydney t
WTbroojr b tickets Issued front Honolulu to Canada. United States and Europe. . For Frtltbt and
iitf a and all central Information, apply to
Thco. H. Davlee & Co., Ltd.. Gcn'l Aftcnte.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN
S. 8. Hawaiian will be dispatched from New York on or before
inuary 15 for San Francisco, en route to Honolulu
. To be followed by 6. S. Oregonlan. March loading.
Freight received at conipny!s whiirf, 42d Street, South Brooklyn,
all times. For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSE,
General FrelKht AKent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
io Co., Ltd.
6. 8. Klnau,
MOLOKAI, MAUI, HAWAII,
ill sail from Honolulu 00
days at 12 noon, for Kau
kai, Lahalna, Maalaea Day, Klhel,
na, Kawalhae, Mahukona, Lau
iehoe and Hllo.
eturnlng will sail from Hllo on
Jays at 10 a. m for above named
s, arriving In Honolulu on Batur
s. .uieagera and freight will be taken
Makena, Mahukona, Kawalhae, HI
Hakalau, Honomu, Papalkou and
aasengers and PACKAQE3 ONLY
be taken for Kaunakakal, Lahalna,
lata Bay, Klhel and Laupahoehoe.
6. 6. Claudlnc,
111 leave Honolulu every Tuesday
p. m., touching at Lahalna, Ka
il, Nahlku, Hana, Hamoa and Kl
ulu, Maul. Returning, touches at
'e named ports, arriving In Hono
Ul call at Nuu. Kaupo, once each
61 8. Lehua,
MOLOKAI, MAUI, LANAL
tils every Monday for Kaunakakal,
lalo, Maunalol, Kalaupapa, Lahal
Uonolua, Olowalu. Returning ar
s at Honolulu Saturday mornings.
This company reserves the right to
v cbangea In the time of departure
rrlval of Its steamers WITHOUT
ICE. and It will not be responsible
any consequences arising there.
,lgneea must be at the landing
ecelve their freight This corn
will not hold Itself responsible
relght after It haa been landed.
;e stock received only at owner's
'a company will not be responsible
.oney or valuables of passengers
a placed In the care of the pur.
1 asengers are requested to purchase
eta before embarking. Those tall-
a do to will be subject to an ad-
.al charge of twenty-five per cent.
e company will not be liable for
1 of, nor Injury to, nor delay In de
1 of baggage or personal effects of
'tigers, or freight of shippers, be
. tho amount of J 100, unless the
of the same be declared when 10
1 by the Company, and an extra
0 be made therefor.
mployea of the company are for
a to receive freight without de
.ng a shipment receipt thurcfor In
orm prescribed by the Company,
which may be seen by shippers
application to the pursers of the
Ppers are notified that It freight
pped without such receplt It will
uly at the risk of tho shipper.
u. YYiuiij-, i'reaiaent.
1). ROSE. Secretary.
IT. T. K. CLARK PoM unpt
1011 BAN ntANCISCO.
Zealandla Jan. S
Mariposa .....Jan. 7
Zentnndln Jan. 20
Hlerra Jan. 2'.i
Mariposa 1'cli 13
Alameda 1I. 18
Zealandla ,,.,,, Mch. C
Bonomn Mch. 12
For San Franciico:
Go., Ltd., Agents.
and calllne; at Victoria. C. C, Hocolulo and lift lb me
aim vsivw (. tii i
FROM SYDNEY AND DRISBANQ
For Victoria and Vancourar (B. C);
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
MS Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. k T. A.,
U73 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Go.
From and After January 1, )M9
STATIONS, Dallr Dally
(Oltvar.) a. Sun. '-ally i. So. Dallr Dally
AM. A.M. AJ. PJ. P..
Hoaoliila t:io g.11 n:oj ,:) i:i0
S"1..?!"" ! :4' '" :' 1
BwaMIII.,,,,. S.J loot ia 4.01 i.M
Walana wjo .. a:,s ....
Walaloa ii;ji ,.,, ,:w ....
(lavaia) u So.. Dally Dally Dally
A.M. AM. P.M. P.M.
Walalut i.u ,,,, n,
Walanaa , ,m .... jjj
MJII rjo r: 1101 4.1a
PaailClty t.ti I oj nye a:,.
Kooolnlu i.u I.)) as,
r. C. Smith, Qen'l Pass. 4 Ticket
f P. Diiwiiotw. Nnruirtnuinil.nt.
Violin - Studio
ROOM 4. LOVE BUILDING.
Mrs, Annis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, Million "
7o Beretanla street; Tel. 1114. l627-tf
K. K. KAAI,
Teacher of ' - itftr. Mandolin, Zltb
UKuieio and I aro Patch.
Orders to be loft euro of Wall, Niche,
OK t V'vitromMudoOo.'s U"
AllWmtl, mt tn ItKil SMrflu, Ni.,,lll M
M!HPi:i.B TO AltltlVi: AT IIONOI.l;.
I.L' AND HAWAIIAN POItTfl.
(This list dors not Inelililo roasters.)
Ildwnnl MR)', Am, tik Hansen, B. F
.Mrxfcmler & llnbUIn,
Annlo Jolinsun, Am, bk,, Johnson, A
l.tirllne, Am. Iig Hrlimtlio. B ,F.
Metha Nelson, Am, sehr., Isaacson, B.
Henry Knlllng, Am. sp., Mathews,
Ktohng Buey, Am. bk., Wlllett, New
York; Chas. llrener & Co.
Nmtanii, Am. bk,, Jossclyn, New
York; Chas, Brewer & Co.
Marie Hackfeld, Oer. bk., Wuhrmnm,
Paul Iscnberg, Oer. bk., Ott, Bremen.
Telltis, Oer, bk Nielsen, Hamburg,
Meyer, Wilson & Co,
.Va husett, Am. sp Iimberth, New
(dstle; It, I). Hague.
Alt, Chi. Iikt., I'honngle, Newcac
tie; J. J. Mftoro & Co.
llnnolpitl, Am. senr., Olsen, Newcai
tic; Hind, Ralph & Co.
rnntasl, Am. bk Anderson; Newcas
tle; J, J. Mooro & Co.
Alex. McNnll, Am, bk Ekren, New
castle; J, J, Mooro & Co.
Adilcrjuc, Nor. sp Jobansen, New
castle; Hind, Itolph & Co.
Cbchatls, Am. bkt., Slmonsen, New
cattle; R, II, Hogue.
Itolanil, Gcr, sp., Meyer, Newcastle,
Know & Burgess, Am. bk.. Olsen;
Ncnrastlc; Hind, Itolph & Co.
lMlmyrn, Am. bk., Keller; Newcas
tle; J, J. Mooro & Co.
J. L. Stanford, Am. bkt., Mollestod,
Newcastle; J, J, Mocne & Co.
Benmore, Nor. bk., Johnson; New
cislle. Dri'ramulr, Br. sp.., Armstrong; New
castle. Drumburton, Br. bk., Thomas, Now
enitle. Mcry A. Troop, Br. bk., Wnlly.
Seminole, Am. bk., Taylor, NewcaH
tle: .!. J. Moore & Co.
Honolulu, Am. sehr., Stokkebye,
Newcastle; J. J. Moore & Co.
Addenda, Am. bkt,, Perry, Newcas
tle; R. B. Hogue.
Kcho, Am. bkt., Bellcson, Newcastle;
It. B. Hogue.
Hnyds Brown, Am. bk., Paulsen,
Newcastle; R. II. Hogue.
rails of Garry, Br. sp., Broadtoot,
Newcastle; R. B. Hogue.
Churchill, Am. sehr., Trcaor, New
castle; R. B. Hogue.
Battlo Abbey, Br. bk., McOhle, New
castle; J. J. Moore & Co.
Sonoma, Am. bk., Stursland, Now
cattle; J, J, Moore & Co.
Star of Bengal, Am, bk., Henderson;
Newcastle; J. J. Moore & Co.
Big Bonanza, Am, bk Bergman,
Newcastle; J. J. Moore & Co.
Omega, Am. bkt., Mackle, Newcastle;
R. 1). Hogue.
M. P. Grace, Am. sp., Grant, Now-
rrstle. R. B. Hogue.
Lmnn D. Poster, Am. sehr., Klllmun,
Newcastle; R. B. Hogue.
Kncore, Am. bkt., I'lmgren, Newcaj
tie; K. B. Hogue.
Muriel, Am. sehr., Carlscn, Newcas
tle; J. J. Moore & Co.
City of Adelaide, Br. bk., Greenwood,
Newcastle; J. J. Moore & Co.
Ilespcr, Am. bk., Sodergrcn, Newcas
tle; J. J, Moore & Co.
Highlands, Br. bk Smith, Newcas
tle, Hind, Itolph & Co.
Himalaya, Am. b., Williams, Newcas
tle; J. J, Moore & Co.
Jt.t. Drummond, Am. sp., Skewe;
Newcastle; Hind. Rolph & Co.
J. H. Bruce, Am. sehr., Peterson;
Newcastle; Hind, Rolph & Co.
Win. H. Smith, Am. sp., Colly, New
caetlc; J, J, Moore & Co.
Louisiana, Am., sp., Halcrow, New
castle; J, J, Moore & Co.
Chas. T. Crocker, Am, bkt., Dewar,
Newcastle; J. J. Moore & Co.
Transit, Am. sehr., Jorgensen, New
castle; Balfour, Guthrlo & Co.
Elwell, Am. sp. Ellis, Newcastle;
J, J. Moore & Co.
Emily Reed, Am. sp., Baker, Nowcai
tle; J, J, Moore & Co.
Iura, Am. sehr., Itasmussen, Newcas
tle; J Ji Mooro & Co.
Manila, Am. sehr., Knudson, New
rattle; J, J. Moore & Co.
Newsboy, Am. bkt., Chlpperflcld,
Newcastle; J. J. Mooro & Co.
J. I). Tullant, Am. sehr., Hoffland,
Nllriite Ports; W. R. Graco & Co.
Jus, Rolph, Am. sehr., Dedrlclc, Nl
t'atc Ports; W. R. Grace & Co.
Henry Vlllard, Am. sp., Quick, Sa
vannah; W. R. Graco & Co.
Passepartout, Nor. sp., Nellscn, Syd
ney; Henry Lund & Co.
S. D. Carleton, Am, sp., Armstrong,
M. Wlkelman, Am, bkt., Renneche,
A. J. Fuller, Am. sp., Nichols; Taco
ma. Metha Nelson, Am. sehr., Rico, Ta
1 iima for Hllo.
B. P. Cheney; Am. bk., Johnson, Tu-
riorenre, Am. sp., Ryder; Tacoma.
Two Brothers, Am. sp. Wilson; Ta
Ch&rmer. Am. sp,, Davis; Taeoma,
Highland Light, Am, bk., McCIun;
Challenger, Am. sp., Gould, Taeoma.
Gerard C. Toby. Am. bk., (love; Ta
(luein, Am. sehr., Krcdrlckson, Port
(i'llckitep, Am. bkt. Hansen, Port G'iiu-
Kllkltat. Am. bkt., Unbliuon, Poll
'Kd, Am. sehr., Cook, Port lll.iko-
Eercna Thayer, Am. sehr., McVlcar;
W, I'. Wlltrtnann, Am, sehr,, llutw
heip; dray's Harbor.
Philippine, Am, sehr., I.rsiii
Iliporter. Am, sehr,, Dahtoffi (Irnya
bittln Bennett, Am, sehr., Iliismu
John B. Kimball, Am. str. Tlinl.ig.
(.'has, Nelson, Am, sehr,, Anderson,
Bantn Ana, Am. sehr.., Htrand; Be
Courtney Kuril, Am, brig, Murchlson;
Mary Dodge, Am. sehr., Olsen, What-cum.
MOVEMENTS OK BTUAMEHB.
Steamers due and to sail for the next
thirty days are as follows:
Steamers. From, Due.
.id aait.i,,i m, ,- , .......... ..J.,... m
BIO DE JANEIItO-8. K. Jan. S
ALAMEDA S. K. Jan. 8
PEKING S. K. Jan. 15
MIOWEItA Victoria Jan. 13
ZBALANDIA S. K. Jan. 2.1
GAELIC S. Y Jnn. 23
SONOMA S. K. Jan. 29
HONGKONG MARU S. K. ..Jan, at
Steamers. For. Due.
GAELIC S. F. Jan. 1
ZEALANDIA S. F. Jnn. S
MARIPOSA S. F. Jan. 0
HONGKONG MARU-S. F Jan. 8
AORANOI Victoria Jan.. IS
CHINA S. F. Jnn. 18
ZEALANDIA S. F. Jan. 2
DOI11C S. F. Jnn. 20
SIERRA 3. K. Jan. 2!
A government transport from S.m
Francisco, carrying mall, Is duo about
the 9th and 23d of each month.
VESSELS IN PORT.
ARMY AND NAVY.
U. S. training ship Adams. Going, on
V. S. S. Iroquois, Pond, Midway Island.
U. S. T. Ktntuck. Long, from Seattle.
(This list docs not Include coasters.)
Andrew Welch, Drew, from S. F.
Iroquois, Am. sp., Thompson, Seat'.K
Alice Cooke, Am. sehr., Penhallow;
Gleaner, Am. bktn., Nchmcdl, from
Archer, Am. bktn., Calhoun, S. F.
Okan ogan. Am. sehr., Bench, Port
Anttope, Br. shp., Murray, at Kahuful.
William II. Macy, Oroth, from Sydney.
Ship John Currier, from Seattle.
Bk. Kalulanl, from San Francisco.
Sehr. Allan A., lumber from Eurekn.
Novelty, Am. sehr., Rosendale, CalcU
PrlncioAlbert. Br. bk., Cappcten. New-
R. P. Hlthot. Am, bk., McPhall. from
Roderick Dim. Am. bk., Johnson nt
Hllo from San Francisco.
Amy Turner. Am. bk Wnrlanil, nt HIM
from Son Francisco.
WORLD'S FASTEST TRAINS.
Now York, Dec. 10. A cablo to th.i
World from Paris Bays; Tho Northern
Railway Company has again lowered
tho speed of Paris-Calais and Paris
Brussels trains twenty-flvo nnd thirty
minutes respectively. Sartlnux, cu-glnecr-ln-chlef,
claims the trains aro
now the swiftest In tho world, exceed
ing American records. Sartlaux saya
that with the new compound locomo
tive designed by his engineer, Dubous
quet, which he expects to force upoq
the London, Chatham and Dover Rail
way, he will soon reduce the time be
tween Parts and London six hours.
Two of Dubousquet's locomotives havo
been ordered by American firms for
study. Dubousquet has refused to
patent any of his discoveries, saying
surgeons do not patent theirs.
The French line has just started
work on a steamer which Is expected to
exceed the Deutschland In speed,
though the craft will be somewhat
smaller. Her namo Is to bo La Plun
ders. La Lorraine's sister ship La
Savote, has been completed and will
leave on her maiden trip In threo
The Evening Bulletin, 78 cents per
Large Airy Mosquito
EVERYTHING NEW AND COMFORTAHLU
The New Era I
The New Two-story Lodging House on
Fort St. retween Vineyard and School,
Only five minutes walk to the Orphcuin
Cafe, and fifteen minutes walk to the post-
office. LARGE LANAIS AND VERANDAH.
EVERYTHING OF THE UEST. 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
I'jll S.I oon Dremhes. u Ith bulldlnc .ind
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc.
Apply to A. G. CORREA,
1702-tf 5 Kanhumanu St.
All hills ' stanJIng against RBI.IBP
CAMP NO. 1, must either be rreiented at
the office on I'unclibowl St., or mailed to
P, M. LANSDALU, before Jan. 1st tool.
!o HOI TiWAuilESuWi1
THE BARK KITHET BRINGS
Mcl'IIAIL'S PRECIOUS CARGO1
i'leasant Trip Down-General News of
the Water Front-Hawaii Ships
Encountered Heavy Weather Off
San Francisco Harbor.
The bark It, P. Bltliel 21 dayi from
San Franelsce, nrrhed In port last Bit'
urd.iy eu'iilng after an uncentful voy
age from the nbovo port. Freim the
time the vessel left tho harbor of Ban
Francisco she experienced light winds
nnd heavy northern running seas. She
brings In her hold 2.000 tons uf gcneinl
freight consigned to Brewer & Co.
Stepptug upon the vesel's deck nfter
having been made fast nt Emtii'-a
wharf n hearty grip of tho hand nl
genial Captain Mcl'hnll placed one at
ease. In reply to questions nsked by
tho Bulletin reporter he stated thnl
"I am very glnd to set my foot on the
soli of Honolulu ngaln, more partlci
larly as I bring n valuable cargo safe
and sound to tho consignees. By tho
way step Into the cabin and I will make
you acquainted what I consider tho
most valuable and precious part of tin,
entire cargo of this ship." Following
the captain tho reporter was ushered
Into tho presence of nnd Introduced to
Mrs. Captain McPhall, who ns recent
us November 14th hnil signified her In
tention to trnel tho sen of life to
gether with one of the finest men Hint
cer gave nn order on board nf n ves
sel. Mr, nnd Mrs. McPhall were united
In tho holy bands of wedlock In the
beautiful city of Oakland, Cat., on No
vember 1 Ith nnd nt the time the paper
mndo much over what was rightly con
sidered one of tho happleht marrlag"!
that has taken place In that city of
churchea for mnny a day. The rap
tain's brldo wns formerly Miss O. Me
Iver nnd has resided In Oakland wlt
her pnrents for n number of yeats
where sho Is well known socially.
Mrs. McPhall (neo MMclvcr) wns born
among the hills of bonnlc Scotland
tho captain nnd his helpmeet hno
made tho wlso selection of spending
their honeymoon among tho garden
Isles of Hawaii. Mrs. O. W. R. Kin?
wns a passenger on the Illthct nnd was
accompanied by Miss Elizabeth (lulu1
of Alameda who will remain In Hono
lulu for somo little time. James Vane
was also a passenger, n business man
from tho Const.
It seems that the bark Diamond Head
sugar laden from the Islands hag had
a hard time of It. For live days after
sighting San Francisco b)io wns oblig
ed to wait outside the harbor waiting
far an opportunity to come Inside, and
during that time wns repeatedly fores 1
to stand off shore, owing to tho strong
winds nnd breaking bar.
Advices of the 21st from San Fran
cisco by tho Coptic ore to tho effect
that another storm of sumo severity
along tho coast Is expected. Vessels
reaching port reported that tho sea
was running high nnd the report was
sent In from Point Lobos that tho wind
was blowing at tho rate of thlrty-twa
miles an hour. Thn Indications wro
such that storm signals uero again
displayed, predicting a continuance of
tho bad weather that has proved such
a hlndrnnco to shipping during tho lost
few days. Among tho ships reaching
port yesterday was the Cavallcro Clam
pa, Captain Mnresea, 49 days from
Iqulque, with 18,994 bags of nitrate of
soda. Tho vessel Buffered llttlo dam
age from the gales which havo ragel
off the coast and hns nothing of In
terest to report concerning her voy
age. The bark Albert, 2.1 days from
Honolulu with a cargo of 18.000 bags
of sugar, reached port, and report
having experienced a Bcvero blow off
the Fnrallones. when her decks wiro
swept The ship Euterpe, 27 days from
Lahalna with 23,700 bags of sugar, re
ports a similar experience. Tho Jiari:
Undaunted, Captain Davidson, 30 days
from Comox with 2003 tons of coal,
hnd a rough time off Point Reyes nn
December ICth, when tho rudder post
was sprung In a southeast gale and r.
Tho Klnau which arrived Saturday
evening about 7 o'clock brought a largo
passenger list and the usual freight
and mall matttcr. Sho also brought
tho newB of tho loss of the stenmer
Kllaue.i Hon on tho beach at Hllo. The
American bnrk Roderick Dim 23 day
from San Francisco hnd arrived nt
Hllo ns likewise tho bark Amy Turner
19 days from tho snmo place. Tho re
turn trip of tho Klnau will bring bark
a Inrgo number of Honolulultcs who
havo been spending Christmas In Hllo.
Among thoso who will return nro ex
(iuecn Lllluokalaul, Mrs. J. L. Rich
ardson, Mrs. James Campbell and Mr).
Joseph Nawahll who were among th"
patroncsscH of tho fair and lunu for the
benefit of tho orgnn fund of Hnlll
Tho rares on Now Yenr'g Day nt I!'
Io aro being looked forward to as the
greatest nvent of tho holiday season.
Fine Job Printing at
Yuu thouiJ wrar
Dr.Pierce'a Electric Bell
It Khf a New Life ant
I prrey 10 rak mtn ani
teotnrn. Snl ft,"lOOk-
I'ICMCIi W.IXTUIC CD.,
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DETAILS OF THE WRECK
OF HIE STEAMER ALPHA
Owner Stayed With Ship When
Further Effort to Save Wan of
no Avail-rPitiful to Sec
-Loss of Life.
Vancouver. Dec. 20. It was a sad
story of useless snrrlflrp and misplaced
devotion to duty that wns brought to
night by the sunUors of the wrecked
stenmer Alpha, who arrived on tho
Gotcinmcnt steamer (Juandra. The
nine lives lost might all have been
saved, nrrordlng to their shipmates
but theio was no insurance on the Al
pha, and tho managing owner Sam
Ilarbei. who was on board, was only a
minor shareholder In the vessel, and
to preserve tho unprotected Interests
nf his associates ho made n mad at
tempt to right tho doomed ship.
With the skipper. Captain York, nnd
his brother. Purser Barber, Sam Bar
ber and six volunteers from tho crew
refused to follow their shipmates along
tho lines In safety, but remained on the
wreck. The surt Ivors say It was piti
ful to see their futile efforts. The Al
phn nns high on tho rocks, but tho
higher waves broke over her constant
ly, nnd through her bottom the cargo
(lowed out as the sea Mowed In, nnd
yet tho unfortunate nino deliberately
remained nn the doomed vessel until It
was too late.
Chief Ofllcer Wilkinson says the
wreck wns not duo to tho Alpha's run
ning In the darkness on tho rocky rerf
known ns Yellow Island. On the con
trary the skipper Kncw his locatloi
perfectly, nlthough there was n fear
ful gale nnd thn darkness wns Inky
Tho troublo wns that tho Alpha
failed to respond 'to her helm. lnr
steering gear having become cntaglc-l.
They were perfectly helpless to avert
the doom which they knew wns Inevi
table. They could do nothing but await
tho completion of the disaster.
It Is said here today that It was part
of tho Alpha's recognized hoodoo that
It wns not until the day nfter tho de
tails of the wreck were known, that
Bpeclal Treasury Agent Link should
nrrlvo hero from Washington to nr
rangn terms with the owners as to the
penalty to bo Imposed for her unau
thorized trip to Nome last season. It
w.ib fear of being confiscated for that
episode which Induced her owners ta
charter the Alpha for Japan on her last
nnd fatal trip.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FIRST CIRCUIT,
Territory of (Uwill, Al chambtrt. Inrrnbatc. Int
th tnattrr nf tlie vUt nf I' F Mai Ira life nt
Honolulu. Cjtfiij The lait will nJ tettamtnt of tali
dwcavJ, having been rrFrnirJ 1" tali court, to
trrifxr with m petition fur the pi (.bat thereof, ani for
th Ktuance nf letter tvktarrtntaty toj f Roa
ha vine bn MeJ, Notice U herrby plven that Mm
day. the tut Jay nf January A I toui. at tou'tlotk
am. In the JuJUtarv uullJlnc Honolulu ft appoint
ei th time ani place for proving tali v. ill ani htar
tnp tali arrtlcatlun
Honolulu, Ojhu December uttt, tooo.
Ily the Court
(iLORCiH Lf CAS.
mi'ot Dec iv,.u,t, Jan t Clerk,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE P1FIB
CIRCUIT, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
FRANK LOUIS va MARIA GLORIA COSTINA
The Rerubllc of Hawaii; To tte Marthal of the
Hawaiian Ulani. or hit Deputy. Grrttlnr
You aretommanied to tummon MARIA GLORIA
COSTINA, delenJant.ln rate the thall file written
ANSWER WITHIN TWfcNIY DAYS after tmke
hereof, to be ani appear before the tali Circuit
Couit at tte September Term thereof, to be holien at
Llhue. Ittaniof Kanal. on WbDNESDAY, the jth
Jav of St re ruber next, at to o'clock i. n.. to tho
caue why the claim of Frank Louis taint I IT, thouli
not re awraea io mm puriuant v unor or nit
anneied Libel for Divirce. Ani have vau then there
thlt Writ with full return of yourproceedlnr i thereon,
Wltnttt Hon. J. Hardy, Juiee if the Circuit Court
of the Fifth Circuit, at Llhue. Kauai, thlt 17th day ot
May. lOo. .
laienejj hakkt v. vydhaku.
I hereby certify the foret olnz to be a true ani eatct
copy of the (jrlglral tummon t In tali cauta and thai
tali Court ordered publication of the tame and a
continuance of tali cause until the next March, 1901,
term of thlt Court.
DateJ Llhue, Kauai. September Kth. iw.
HARRY D W1SHARD.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TBE FIFTH CIR
CUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
iri ADiiuAt t. ... c nuncuiuu c
ncoi wnni m, ti, b, kiivii,i'mnn, uminuni
The Territory of Hawaii. To the High Sheriff ot the
Territory of Hawetl. or hli Dmutv. th hrifl nf th
Island of Kauai, or hit Deputy, or any Com table Ir
the Territory of Hawaii:
You at commanded to summon E. LINDEMANN
detendant.ln cate he thall file written ANSWEP
WITHIN TWENTY DAYS aficr service hereof. 10 Iv
ani appear before the said Circuit Court at the Sep
Umber Term thereof, to be holden at Llhue. hi and o
Kauai, on WEDNtSDAY the jth day of September
text, at 10 o'clock a. m.. to ttwv cause why the
claim of Kaapual k. plaintiff, should not be awarded
to him purtuant to the tenor ot his annexed Petition.
And have you then ihete this Writ with full return of
your procteilnca thereon
witness iion. jacoo tiauy, judge or tnturcir
roun of the Fifth Circuit, at Llhue, thlt lh dayo
Aut utt, 1000.
3Igntaj HAKKI V WIM1AKU,
I hereby ceititv the forerolnt ta be a tu and exact
copy of the original summons In tat J cause anit hit
tau (.ourt ordered publication of the tame ani a
ccntlnuarce of tali cause until the next March, 1901
term of 1M1 Court.
Datei Llhue, bertembertvth. tooo.
HARRY D. WISHARD,
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Chocolates ami Confections,
Ice Cream ami ices Water.
A. Harrison Mill Co.
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Brick mul Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sahes and
Frames. lillt ds. MouUlnzs. Brackets, and
All Kinds of Wood Work, Finish 1 iimlng
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Subscribers to the BUL
LETIN no n'Ct'ivinz tnfir pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying the 'Busi
ness C'Ttce, Telephone i$6.
. Notice l hereby riven Hut THE EH
'llilU'ltlSI: MII.LCO..I.ID,, nf llano-
lulu, Ins moved It's office to the Ms
Building, room 11. All person owing t
I counts. Io -ilJ company will kindly settle
the same promptly. iu-im
THE PACIFIC MAIL COMPANY
has succeeded to the planing mill business)
of the Enterprise Mill Co., Ltd., Alike
and Richard's stteets, and respectfully soil-
cits the patronage of all former customer
of the latter mill company.
1716 tf W. II. G. ARNEMANM.
Stockholders are hereby notified that the
Foufth Assessment of 5 per cent or two and
one-half dollars per share on the Capital
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELB
3RAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payable
July 1st, at the office of the undersigned,
til Fort street. J. II. FISHER.
ctg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co,
Hennlulu. June 1. 1000. nyi
The only persons having authority tt
make collections for THE HAWAIIAN
ELECTRIC COMPANY, LTD., are
those wearing The Hawaiian Electric CotT,
pany, Ltd., badge, marked COLLECTOR
No's. 8, 9 or 10.
ELECTRIC COMPANY, LTD.
Klhel Assessment Notice.
The 8th Assessment of tfi, or )2. sorer
share, became Jus on the 1st uf August,
1900, penalty bearing from September 1st.
1900, and del nquent on the joth of Sp
temfer, 1900. Uellnquents are now pub
lished and will be sold at auction on the
UUth of November, 1900.
The oth Assessment of $!S, or J2.50 pc
share, became due on the 1st cf September,
19M, penalty bearing from August 1st.
iq:o, and delinquent on the 31st of Oct
ober, 1900. ,
The 10th Assessment of 5;, or f3. 50 re.
share, became due on the 1st of October
1900, bears penalty trom November 1st
iqoo, and will be delinquent on November
The r ith Assessment of s.V.orfz.jop
share, has been levied to become due and
payable on the 15th of November,
1900, will bear penalty from December
i;th, 1000, becoming delinquent on the
15th of January, 1001,
J. P. COOKE,
Treasurer, Klhel Plantation Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, November loth, iqoo. 1684-pT
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