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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., MONDAY, JANUARY U. 1901.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Zealandla Jan. 21
Sonoma Jan. 29
Mariposa Feb. 9
Sierra Feb. 19
Zealandla Mch. 2
Ventura , Mcji 12
In connection with the sailing ot the above steamers the agents are pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to nil points In the United States, and from New
.York by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. (J. Irwin & Co., Limited
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental aid Oriental Steamship Go, gs Tojo Kfsen Kalsta
tlifiBtiiol tbt ifcoTtcoitpaolM will call it Hoaolu'fc ta4 leatt tt.lt port 6ft or ttostit
For Japan and China:
City of Peking .
, January i$
, February t
Fr antral laformiUofi tpy o
H. Hackfeld &
nrsttamtri of ths abort Ita runolnc la cototttlon with the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO
oehrtta Vaacnuvtr, B C . and Syloty, N. S.W , aod calling at Vtclorla, D, C, Honolulu ani Britten
a. nVK AT HOINOLIILU ooor about th datti btlow itattl vln
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C,
Miowtra . Jan 19
Aoranzl . Feb. 16
Warrlmoo , Mar 16
Mliwera Arrll ij
AoranI . ..... , Ma ti
Warrlmoo June 8
M-TBroutD tlckata laautl from Honolulu lo Canada, Uoltafl Stataa and Europe,
rieiif 1 111 in f intra, inrornauoo, appiy 10
Theo. H. Da vies &
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST
S. S. Hawaiian will be dispatched from New York on or before
January 15 for San Francisco, en route to Honolulu.
To be followed by 8. S. Oregonlan. March loading.
Freight received at company's wlwf, 42d Street, South Brooklyn,
at all times. For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSEi,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
R. W. ATKINSON
Houses, Rooms, Olces,
FURMbHED OR UNFURNISHED.
Room u,Magoon Bid.,
BINQ UP THE. .
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
.,.. H8 FOBT STBEDTI
Stable 'Phone, 477
Hack 9Und 'Phone. 819 and 71 .
O. B. BEIXDIA
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Black Sand
In Quantities to Suit....
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
ter Dump Carts furnished by the da
on Hour's Notice.
H. R HITCHCOCK
Merchant St., In MD. Monsarrat's ornce.
Drays lor Freight
Our representative meets all Incoming
steamers from the Coist nd w e checC
baggage on all outgoing steamers.
Wbtte and Black Sand For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin. 210 King
sueei. 1 ci. 00
W. LARSEN, Vft. '
Wilder's Steamsiiip Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Zealandla Jan. 20
Sierra Jan. 2'i
Mariposa Feb 11
Alameda Feb. IS
Zealandla Mch. 0
Sonoma Mch. 12
For San Francisco:
Plo it Janeln
, Jan it
, January t4
America Maru. .................. . March 1
Go., Ltd., Agents.
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria ad Vancouver (B. C ).
Anranfil Jan. 16
Waul moo . . Feb I)
Mlowera Mar 11
Aoranel . Arll to
Warrlmo) May I
Mlowera . .June j
For Fralgbt ao4
Co., Ltd., Gcn'l Agents.
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 Btrber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
i5 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco,
fc. L. LOMAX. G. P. & r. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
0. B. & L. Go.
From and After January 1, 1890.
STATIONS. Daily Dally
(Oatwara) 11. Sua. 1IIt u So. Daily Dally
it p.. nam, h.jw. r a. rjli
la aic ti.at a tc
EwaMlll..r( 1st iol la oe atos .no
,. In ,J till at. .a
i 8a Daily Dally Dally
AM. AM. P.M. CM.
aabun ins ,,,. tea
Walalua 610 .... 050
n.ian.. ,, .... fiio .... J JJ
Ml" J JO I 4! BlOf 411
PaatlClty t u 1 01 ii)q s
oaolola 6:u I )j a oj ia
r. V. Smitb, Qen'l Fau. dc Tlokot
O. P. Dkniboh. Hntxirlntondnnt.
Violin - Studio
ROOM 4. LOVE BUILDING.
Mrs, Annis Montague Turner,
720 Beretanla street; Tel. 1114.
B. K. KAA1,
Teacher of 'itar, Mandolin, Zltb'
Ukulele and Taro Patch,
Orders to bo loft care of Wall, Nlchojt
Co r V'vtromMnidoOo.'i 18"'
p n p n
e 06' 4 if
l 48 I T
t s 1 S
11 U J !
a )6 a o.
1 10 a a.
1 44 a'
4 46 If .16
New Moon on the 20th at 4:06 a. m.
Hawaiian Standard Time la lOh, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of the meridian ot 157 30. The
time whlstlo blows at 1:30 p. m., which
Is tho same as dreenwlch Oh, Om.
The tides at Kahulut and IIIlo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survoy Tables.
Musters ot vessels sailing from thU
port tar San I'ranclsco will And there
n brtruch of the U. S. Hydrogrnphlc
Onko located In tho Merchants' ex
change, uhero Is maintained for their
ncneflt free of charge, complete, sets
of charts pnd directions of the world.
Latest Information can bo obtained re
gjiillng lights, dangers to nalgatlon
and all matters of Interest to ocean
VESSELS IN POUT.
AIIMY AND NAVY.
U. S. S. Iroquois, fond, Midway Island.
(This list docs not Include coasters.)
Andrew Welch, Drew, from S. 1
Iroquois, Am. sp.. Thompson, Seat'l".
Archer, Am. uktn., Calhoun, S. T.
William H. Macy, Groth, from Sydney.
Ship John Currier, from Seattle.
Ilk. Knlulanl. from San Tranclsco.
Schr. Allan .., lumber from Eureka.
Notelty, Am. schr., Rosendale, Calcta
Prlnco Albert, Dr. bk., Cappelcn, New
castle. H. P. Itlthet. Am, bk., McPhall. from
Roderick Dhu, Am. bk., Johnson at
IIIlo from San Krancls;o.
Amy Turner. Am. bk.. Warland, at llllo
from San Francisco.
Mario Hackfeld, dcr. sp Wuhrmann,
Alta, Chilean bk.. Thronagle, from
Twilight. Am. achr.. Cucstcn, from
A. J. Fuller. Am. sp , Dcrmott, at Ka-
litilul, from Lad) smith, D. C.
Quickstep, Am. bktn , Hansen, at Ka-
htilui from Port Gamble.
John D. Tnllant, Am. schr., HolTland, at
Kahulul. from Chill.
Skagit. Am. bktn., , nt Hilo,
from tho Sound.
Florence, Am. sp., Ryder, from Taco-
S. G. Wilder, Am. bktn.. Jnckson, 18
ilajs from San Francisco.
Aldcn Hesse, Am. bk Potter, 19 dn)H
from San Francisco.
Edunrd May, Am. bk, Hansen. 33 rtns
from San Francisco.
Jane L. Stanford, Am, bktn., Mollei-
tcad, 49 dajs from Newcastle.
U. S. T. Thjra, Eduardsen, for Port
land and Manila.
Ilelene, Am. schr., Christiansen, SO
da) s from San Francisco.
Vrentler. Am. bktn.. Nlelson, 34 da)s
from S. F. and Lahalna.
Chchalls, Am. bktn., Slmonson, from
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
Steamers due and to sail for
thirty days are as follows:
PEKING S. F.
ZBALANDIA S. F
OAELIC 8. F. ,
SONOMA S. F.
HONGKONG -MARU S. F. ,
CHINA S. F.
DORIC S. F.
SIERRA S. F. ,
A government transport from San
Francisco, carrying mall, Is due about
the Oth and 23d ot each month.
NOTICE TQ MARINERS.
Offlco of tho U. S. Lighthouse Inspector,
Twelfth District, San Tranclsco,
Cal., Dec. 21, 1900.
San Francisco Entrance, California
Notlco Is hereby given that tho mam
moth nun buoy, painted red, numbered
2, marking Fort Point Ledge, San
Frnnclsro Entrance, California, has
gono adrift. It will be replaced at tho
earliest date practicable.
This Notlco affects tho List of Dea
cons and I)uo)s, Pacific Coast, 1900,
Ily order of tho Lighthouse Hoard,
Commander, U. S. N
Inspector 12th L. II. District.
Tho ever popular Rainier beer Is bo
coming a household word and "will
)ou lmo n glass ot Seattle," Is mora
often heard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon has tho beer on tap or
Tho uokly edition of tho Evening
Dulletln gUes n complete summary ot
the news of the day.
NEW OH (MAIN
IIERRIMAN OF THE ALAMEDA
HAS GOOD WAR RECORD
Charles Nelson of Seattle Line Arriv-
edTbyra's Captain Guarding
The recent run of the Alameda from
the Coast to this port Is said to be the
quickest passage ever made Blnce shi
has been on the run to tho Cotonlei.
Captain C. F. Hcrlman Is the new com
mander of the Alameda and as this Is
his first trip In the steamer he quite na
turally feels proud of her record and
also of Chief Engineer Horgan the mun
behind the gun.
Captain Herrlman had the proud dH
Unction of bringing the steamer Sono
nip around the Horn from Phlladclpb'.t
to San Francisco In tho fastest tlmo
ccr made on hat run. Captain Her
rlman was for fourteen )ears connect
ed with the Heaver line of stcinunliH
pl)lng between Montreal and Liverpool
England and for nine jears was con
mander. After the fnllure of the com
pany, which occurred In 1891. he cntne
to the United States and Joined tho
Morgan line of steamships of the
Southern Pacific Company, ond then
through the recommendation of tho
main superintendent he joined tho
Spreckcls line and brought tl.e Sonomi
fiom Philadelphia to San Francisco .it
which place he was transferred to th"
Captain Herrlman was tho chief otn
cor of the transport Seneca during tin
buttle of Santiago and was nKj chlet
oHlccr on the Logan during the tlmo
that Porto Rico was tinder garrison
by the United States troops.
The tug Eleii Is being scrnpd and
will recelo a fresh coat of paint.
The American Imrkcntlne Echo was
towed Into the harbor last cunlng, .".9
da) b out from Newcastle.
It Is estimated that the bark Knlulanl
will take away to the Coast In tho
neighborhood of 1C0.000 bags of aMsar
The barkcntlne S. O. Wilder goes
Into the stream today, halng flnlshtd
discharging Tier enrgo. She will take
sugar for the Coast.
The four-masted schooner Lman D.
Foster In command of Captain Klllman
has cleared from Newcastle with 1242
tons ot coal for Knhuluf.
Tho American barkcntlne Addenda
with Captain Perry nt the helm. Ml
cleared from Newcastle for Klhcl Willi
10T5 tons of Uimbton coal.
The ship John Currier wll! shortly
sail for the Sound. She looks well af
ter her overhauling and recnulklng. I
Is reported that from tho Sound sbo
will sail for Alaska.
The steamer Ellhu Thompson has al
ready discharged fully one-half of her
cargo and will lose no (Ime In getting
om tho balance. She will make rapid
clearance for the Sound.
Tho bark Santiago In command of
Captain H. E .Ingalls arrived nt IIIlo
on January 8th, 19 da) a from San Fran
cisco, with n cargo of general mer
chandise. Sho brought 8 cabin Mild 28
The bark Martha Davis w Ith Captain
McAlman nt the helm arrived at IIIlo
on January 8th. Sho Is out 1G day
from 'Frisco with her hold filled with
general merchandise. She brought
three cabin passengers.
Tho ship A. J. Fuller now nt Kah'f
lul. has been chartered to load lum
ber at Puget sound for Australia, as
likewise the barkcntlnes Chehalis and
Robert Sudden. The latter two vcBseli
are now discharging their cargo at
Tho schooner Mary E. Foster arriv
ed yesterday afternoon from Port
Ulakelcy with a cargo of lumber con
signed to W. 0. Irwin & Co. She will
discharge nt the Oceanic wharf and
Captain Thompson Is the sailing master
and Is well known here.
Advices by tho steamer Charles Nel
son are to tho effect that tho John S.
Kimball bclonglflg to the above com
pany, was caught In the heavy atom
that prevailed on the northern coast n
short while ago, and was so badlv
strained thnt sho put back to port In a
badly leaking condition.
The ship Emily T. Whitney, 1G da)S
out from 'Frisco arrived In port yester
day In charge of Captain Ilrlgman. Sho
has a corga of general merchandise
She mado a good run to port, nurh
better In fact than most vessels coming
Into tho harbor lately from the Coast
Up to the present tlmo no advices
Imvo been received by Dr. Cnrmlclmel
relative to the Installation of the fumi
gating plant which was iccelved hero
somu little time ago. The nct mall by
tho Clt) of Peking may bring furt'ier
Instructions which may permit thi
quarantine ollller to proceed to Install
The tug Feai less Ib laid up for a
couple of (la)B liming her boiler
blown out. While this Is being done
the tug Eleu will have monopoly of tt'C
tcwage business. She towed In yester
day mid last night tho barkcntlne Ec'io
from Newiastlo, ship Emily F Whit
tle) from San Fiauclsco and the
schooner Mar) E Foster from Poit
The Risollno schooner Eclipse which
left Fild.iy evening for Maul potts
hud quito a passenger list of parties
who go to Inspect tho Kahlklmal much
properly recently puichased by Henry
Wntcrhouso & Co., for a Maul meit
supply company. Tho property is con
sidered to be ono of the most extcnslvo
and valuable holdings in the (standi.
and will be devoted to the raising of
beef cattle for Maul consumption
There Is a large ncerago of grazing land
within the confines of the propert).
The intention of the owners of the land
Is lo breed to the Australian stock hav
ing already Imported fropi tho Colonies
a number of thoroughbred bulls
It Is evident that Captain EdwarJ
son of the transport Th)ra does not
propose to be In trouble by permitting
the Chinese who comprise the crew to
come ashore contrary to the rules of
the Government. He was made ec
qualnted with fhc troubles experlenccl
by Captain Long of the transport Kin
tuck through Captain Slakcr, the de
pot quartermaster, and to prevent any
repetition of the affair has placed a
strong guard In and around the vessel.
Guards from the Custom House have
also been detailed to watch the steame.
while Bhe Is In port, and If any of the
tabooed Chinese reach terra nrma It
will not bo accomplished through tho
negligence on the part of those em
p!o)cd to prevent It.
The steamer Noeati which nrrlvol
last Saturda) from Makawcll reported
rough weather and strong winds In
the channel. The Noeau was at Eleelo
on the 10th Inst, and the Kauai wai,
also there discharging machlncr) for
the Mcllr)dc phntutlon It was rntb
er slow work owing to 11 heavy swell
that prevailed and tho lighter could not
be used. She will be entirely illsclnrg
ed b) the first of the week, and will
then take on n load of sugar either at
Walmca or Makawcll. The Mlkahall
was nt Mlkahala and after discharging
her freight she will take sugar from
either the Kekaha or the Gay & Robin
son, mitts The W G Hall left
Ahuklnl with n full cargo of sugar.
The James Makeo was nt Anahola and
from there sbo goes to Ahuklnl to un
load freight and will then go to Kap.u
to load sugar.
There arc many Items of Importanc
In connection with the hunching of the
three law steamers of tho Oceanic
Steamship Compan),, namely, the Si
erra, Sonoma and Ventura, that til's
average person In Honolulu Is not fi
mlllar with and which wll be found o'
Interest nt this partliular time owing
to the Increase of the shipping Inter
ests of the Islands. The above stcan
crs were all built at the Cramps' ship
building works nt Philadelphia under
naval regulations and can be corner
ed into auxiliary cruisers on thlrt)-slx
hours' notice and were launched in the
order named, the first some months
ngo. followed later on b) the Sonoma,
while the Ventura slid off the wa)s on
September 26. The steamcre are guar
anteed by the builders to make seven
teen knots an hour, and the contract
calls for a marked reduction in th?
time between San FranclBco, Honolulu
and the Colonics.
During the recent vo)ago of the Unit
ed States transport Abarondi. from Si
mon to Auckland, the vessel wit found
to bo making some water, and an In
spection revealed that the picking of
the tall shaft had worked loose, and
that repairs wecr necessary. This was
a somewhat difficult piece 'of work out
on the ocean, as In order to effect te
pairs It would be neccssirv for the ves
sel to put down by tho lions, and the
stern raised to a sufficient height out
of the water to enable tho work to be
proceeded with. Accordingly the li it
last tanks aft were pumped out and
the forwnrd tanks filled as full as pos
sible, and by this meaais the desll
end was attained, and the work of re
packing the shaft was successfully ac
complished under tho superintendence
of Chief Machinist Russell. This work
only occupied some eight hours, and
was so well done that only another
stoppage of about an hour the next day.
had to be made so as to further tighten
The steamer Chas. Nelson ot tin.
Ilrltish-Amcrlcan steamship line arriv
ed In port )CBterday, ten da)s from Se
attle with a general cargo and Is con
signed to Alexander & Baldwin. She
Is the first of the regular line of steam
ers to ply between Seattle, Honolulu.
Kahulut and San Francisco, and It is
cnlitculated to havo a steamer leave
Seattle on tho first and fifteenth of
every month. The steamers which
compriso the lino are the Chas. Nelson.
John S. Kimball and Centennial nnd
will carry passengers and also cold
storage. Tho vessels will take sugar
from the Islands to San Frnncltco and
when nbtalnablo will take freight fn m
San Francisco to Seattle. Tho Chas
Nelson Is In command of Captain An
derson nnd has been here several trips.
She was brought here first bv Captain
Anderson In August, 1898, when she
had been chartered by the United
States Government ns a transport, hav
Ing on board tho Tlrst Now York Regl
ment. Sho mado two trips to this port
during 1899 en route with troops aboard
for Manila. Tho Charles Nelson Is a
good sen boat and Is provided with nc
commodittlons for a good number of
passengers. No time will be lost In dis
charging her largo, when sho will pro
reed to Knhulut and take on sugar for
There Is no rnmlly Modlclno bo fa
ornb.y known ns IAIN-KIM,i:il Vt.t
sixty yrara It lint? been useil by Mis
sionaries in nil partH of tho world, not
only to counteract the climatic In
fluence on their families, but for tho
dire of all dtBe.iscs of the bowels, ntxl
for wounds, burns, brulbcs, eic A old
substitutes, there Is but one Pnln-KIll
cr. Terry I)aIs': Price 25c nnd &0e
Art Embroidery Taught.
Lessons in AIIT EMBROIDERY will
bo given by Mrs. H. II. Williams at the
City Furnlturo Store, Fort street
Tlrst Class stamping dont
MRS. H. II. WIUJAMS.
PRANK J. DILLON Is no longer la
our employ, and we vv 111 not be responsible
for any derts or contracts made by lilm.
THfc WASHINGTON MERCANTILE
CO.. I TO. t7)t-tvif
Notice Is hereby given that THE EN
1 ERPRISE MILL CO., LTD., of Hono
lulu, has moved It's office to the Maitoon
Building, room it. All persor.s owing ac
counts to said company wilt klnJIy settle
the same promptly. l-ira
THE PACIFIC MAIL COMPANY
has succeeded to the olanlne mill buslnni
of the Enterprise Mill Co., Ltd , Alaku
and Richards streets, and lespectfully soli
cits the patronage of all former customers
of the latter mill company.
1716 tf W. H.G. ARNEMANN.
The firm of CAMPBELL it MINTON
hav Ing dissolved by mutual consent, notli
I hereby given that a'l outstinJlnj debts,
as also all ac ounts due the above tirm.ar
now assumed by W. M. Cmipbell, oper
ating and continuing the business under
Ills own name.
W. M CAMPBELL,
V. M. MINION.
January 1. loot. I7)crivr
Stockholders are hereby notified that th
PoufthAssesment of 5 petuentor two and
one-half dollars per share on the CaplUI
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
3RAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payabu
July 1st, at the office of the undersigned,
111 Fort streot. J.H.FISHER.
ctg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph C
"nnnlulil. Jun 'rv. te,w
The only persons liav Ing authority tc
make collections for THE HAWAIIAN
ELECTRIC COMPANY, LTD., am
those wearing The Hawaiian Electric C;rr.
pany, Ltd., badge, maikeJ COLLECTOR
No's. 8, 9 or 10.
ELECTRIC COMPANY, LTD.
Election of Officers
The following officers of the INTER
ISLAND TELEGRAPH CO. LTD.. were
elcte I to sf rve for the enduing j ear at the
annual meeting Held Jauua'v '). tyoi.
I'resld.nt W.K. t-Jte
Vlce-Preildent .Fred J.Cross
Secretary .Wallace R. Farrlngton
Treasurer.... Jas. F. Morgan
Auditor E. O. White
Directors: R. S. Si llman. C L. WIzhL
O. G. Traphagen, J. A. Magoon.
WALLAt-b K. fAKKIiNUlUN,
Honolulu, Jan. 10. loot. t7tt-tt
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FIRST CIRCUIT.
Territory ot Hawaii At chamtrt In nutate tn
tht rrattrr nllU tttite of William Dul -y Hunt, Utr
of Hutrj.ulu Oat-u Thi 1a III anJ t atrot uf
tali dfCM ti. hiving teen frtiin ti to wU caurt
toficttur Mti f ttitKn fur lri trotatt rit'tU, and
tor th luan t of 1 ttr tettimtntary tn HKr A
Hunt hi Inn beti file J Notlct 1$ htrrt-y cheii that
.MonJay, th it. ft day of Tcb uary, A D , 1931. at 1
u clock a m , of tali Ja at tht court rem of ta J
iOjr'. at Honolulu. O-ihj te and tr litre horct-y It
a9folrfJ th time and fict for proving tali h l'J nJ
Honolulu, Jinuary .ill, tvo
By the court
tTU-Jan n ti 18,1 Clerk.
IS 7HL CIRCUIT rOURT HRST CIRCUIT.
Territory ot Hjall At t amters. In profit Ii
tht mat tr of ifw estate of Captain Harry rnglkh.
lattcf Homlulu (Uhu Jcifiici Th-tttlt on atf
a coint ot tho aJmlnlstratort of the estate tit till
ileciateJ, Mlereln he akt that hi 1 a counti te eaaa.
Inei arl approval ani that a f na orJer te mticf
tlVrltutlon f the propert' r mjlnlnp in hUhinlt
the rtrvjrt thereto entltlrJ, ani iltcharzm, fcta
f,om all further r t?ont Mllty at tuch aJmlrlraior
It It orierei that FrlJair, the Sthdav ut letruary
A D , 1901, at 10 o'clock a m , at the court rapm ol
the tall Court of Honol lu, IdanJ of Oahu be ani
the 1 am hereby It a rolntei at th time ani p'acc
for hearing tali petl Ion an i accounii anJttut aV
pertom Interested may then a" J there appear inj
thow cause. If any tl"e have, why the tame tMuli
not t-e crantei, ani may present evlien.e ai lo who
are enutiea 10 trie sau property.
nonoiuiu, uecemrer to. ?o-o.
By th Court,
iT4'tee B 14,11 Clerk
The unitrilfrei. hivlntr ttndulv apralnttl aV
mlnlttrator if th ettat ot Catherine P. Auli, la uf
Honolulu, Island of Oahu ieceatei, hereby ;Kn
m tic to all crettlto'S of th feceatei. to present the(
claims July authenticated with proper vouchers,
even If the tarn It secured by morttagi upon real
estate, to him at hit office, w JuJi Building. Hono
lulu, wnnin t x mnntnt irom date re cor, ana an
clalmt not presented within said t'me will be forever
tarred. All per sort owlnr said estate art requested
to mikt Immriiate payments
WM C. PARKE.
Administrator of tht es'ate of Catherine P. Auti.
Honolulu January ? ny i 11-Jan ti i t!
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Chocolates and Confections,
Ice Cream and Ices Water.
HAWAII SHIMPO 8HA
The Pioneer Japanese Printing office,
The Publisher of "HAWAII SHIMPO,'.
lha only daily Japanc.a paper putllhi
In tha rmltory ol Hawaii . , .
Y. SOGA. Editor.
C. SHIOZAWA, Proprietor
tSr Edltorlil anJ Printing Office, near
King bridge. King street. P O. Box 007.
A. Harrison Mill Co.
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