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'TTWitt EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T.. MONDAY, TEBIIUAIIY 4, 1901.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM BAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA Feb. 9
VENTURA Feb. 19
MARIPOSA Men. 2
SIERRA Men. 12
MARIPOSA Mch. 23
SONOMA Apr. 2
MARIPOSA Apr. 13
VENTURA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 4
In connection with the sailing of tho above steamers the agents ore pre
pared to issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In tbo United States, and from New
Stork by any stc'amshlp line to all European ports,.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. Gk Irwin & Co., Limited
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
accidental and Oriental Steamship Co. tss Toyo Kisen Kaisha
gtiaams of Ike ibm cosipanies will call at Honolulu anl leave tali poll oo ot (boot iba ....
....dates below Mentioned l....
For laoan and China:
Riode Janeiro March 6
Coptic March 14
America Maru March
for ceneral loferma'loo ipy o
H. Hackfeld &
OTilteaasrs of tta abora Una. tunnlne la connection with trie CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO
eat Vancouver, a (..ana svaney. n. a. w., aov caum . .iuwpi,u.-.i "".' - ...
HUE AT HONOLULU on or aboul the Galea below elated via i
AND VICTORIA. B. C
Aorangl .Feb. i
Warrlmoo Mar. 16
Mlowera April n
Aoranil May n
rltrooeb tlckala Issued from Honolulu lo Canada. Ualteo Slatee ant Europe.
Ihhii aia all general lolormatlon. apply to
Thco. H. Da vies &
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST
Se S. Hawaiian will be dispatched from New York on or before
January 15 for San Francisco, en route to Honolulu
lo De toiioweu oy t. . ure&oman. marcn loaumg.
Freight received at company's whnrf, 42d Street, South Biooklyn,
at all times. For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD& CO., LTD.,
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
..IUNO UP THE.
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
,.M8 FOKT BTREJn
BUble 'Phone, 477
Hsvca. SUnd 'Phone, 819 and 71 1.
O. H BELUHA.
FOR BALLAST !!
( White and Black Sand
In Quantities to Suit
EXCAVATING - GONTR>ED
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
MaT Dump Carts furnished by the da.)
on Hour's Notice.
H. R HITCHCOCK.
Merchant St., In M. D. Monsarrat's omce.
Drays tor Freight
Our representative meets all Incoming
steamers from the Coast fid we checC
baggage on all outgoing steamers.
White and Black Sand For Salr
Office with Evening Bulletin, sio King
street. Tel. 86.
W. LARSEN, Wf'l.
(jnenl Manager ol
Tb HqajUble Life Awnranca Socu
or th nnltod Utttts tot the HaU
Qaeuaai Mnwjhttlit street. ITrw
Si. PHILLIPS it OO
Wboleaale Importers and Jobtue
ahroptin and Americtn Dry tw
go t and Queen Btreeti.
H. HAOKPELD k OO.fLt
EMERAL COMMISSION ABfilT:
Cor. Fort and Quean Btreeti liur
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
SIERRA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 8
For San Francisco:
mode Janeiro February li
Coptic February ig
America Maru March t
rityol Peking March 8
Gael'c March to
llontkong Maru March )
Co., Ltd., Agents.
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANB
For Victoria ana Vancouver (B. C )
Warrlmoo Feb. i
Mloera .Mar l
Ao'Viel April to
Wa moo May 8
For Freight an!
Co., Ltd., Gcn'l A&ents.
ACROSS THE CONTINENT TROM
San FraHcisco- Portland
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 Btiber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHKOP, General Agent,
U Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. i Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX. G. P. & T. A.,
1 47a Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Go.
From and After January 1, IfW9.
TATIONS. Dallr Dalle
(Oatward) u. Sua. 1allr ai Sua.
rloaotBl. r 10
Pearl City,... lo)
F. C. Smith. Qon'l Pasn. A Ticket
n. p Dknihxn. Rninrlrir)nint.
Mrs. Annis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, " million "
720 Beretanla street; Tel. 1114. 1627 tf
B. K. KAA1,
Teacher of .itar.Mumiolin, Zltu.
Ukulele and Taro Patch.
Order to bo left care of Wall, NiM.
Subscribers to tbe BUL
LETIN not receiving tiie'r pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying tbe "Busi
ness Office, Teleplwne 156.
Additional, and the Uttit Shipping News, will be
found on the eighth page.
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
Steamers due and to sail for the next
thirty days are as follows:
Steamers. From. Due.
China S. F Feb. S
MARIPOSA S. F. Feb 9
RIO DE JANEIRO Yokohama. Feb. 12
WARRIMOO Sydney Feb. 11
DORIC S. V Feb. 1C
AORANOI Victoria Feb. 10
ALAMEDA Sydney Feb. 18
SIERRA S. F. Feb. 19
COPTIC Yokohama Feb. 19
NIPPON MARU S. F Feb. 28
Steamers. For. Due,
CHINA Yokohama rcb. i
RIO DE JANEIRO S. F. Feb. 12
MARIPOSA S. F. Feb. 13
WARRIMOO Victoria Feb 11
DORIC Yokohama Fob. 10
AORANOI Sidney Feb. 10
ALAMEDA S. F. Feb. 18
SIERRA Sxlney Feb 19
COPTIC S. r Feb. 19
NIPPON MARU Yokohama... Feb. 20
A government transport from S.m
Francisco, carrjlng mall, Is duo about
tho 9th and 23d ot each month.
VKSSULS TO AIlRIVi: AT HONOLU
LU AND HAWAIIAN PORTS.
(This list docs not Include coasters.)
Alex. McNall, Am. uk., Ukrcn, New
castle; J. J. Moore & Co.
Addcrjnc, Nor. Bp., Jolianscn, New
castle; Hind, Rolpli & Co.
Addenda, Am. ukt., Perry, Newcas
tle; It. I). Hogue.
Bfnmoro, Nor. uk., Johnson; Nen-
Battlo Abbey, Dr. bk , McOlile, Now
castlc; J. J. Moore & Co.
lilt, llonanza. Am. bk Bergman,
Newcastle; J. J. Moore & Co.
U. P. Cheney, Am. bk., Johnson, Tu
Churchill, Am. schr., Treaor, Ne
castlo; II. 1). Hoguo.
City of Adelaide, Ilr. bk., Orccnuood,
Newcastle; J. J. Mooro & Co.
Courtney Ford, Am. brig, Murchlson;
Challenger, Am. sp., Qould, Tacoma.
Dri'mmtilr, Br. sp.., Armstrong; New
(.astlo. Orumburton, Br. bk., Thomas, New
cattle. Elwell, Am. sp.., Bills, Newcastle;
J. J. Moore & Co.
Emily Reed, Am. sp , Baker, Newcas
tle; J. J. Moore & Co.
Fcohng Suey, Am. bk., Wlllett, New
York; Cbas. Brewer & Co.
Tantasl, Am. bk., Anderson; Newcan-
He; J. J. Mooro & Co.
Henry Falling, Am. Bp , Mathews,
Honolulu, Am. schr., Stokkcbye,
Newcastle; J. J. Moore & Co.
Hnjiln Ilroun., Am. bk., Paulsen;
Newcastle; It. B. Hogue.
llifper, Am. bk., Sodergren, New cas
tle; J. J. Mooro & Co.
Highlands, Ilr. bk., Smith, Newcas
tle, Hind, Holph & Co.
tllmnlajn, Am. b., Williams, Newcas
tle J. J. Moore &. Co.
Henry Vlllurd, Am. sp Qulik, Sa
varnnh, W. It. firiuo & Co.
Highland Light, Am. bk., MiCluit;
Ini a, Am. schr., Itasmusscn, Newcas
tle; .1 J. Mooro & Co.
J. II. Bruce, Am. schr., Peterson;
Nowtastlo; Hind, Ilolpb & Co.
Jus Uolph, Am. schr., Dedrick, Nl
t'ale Ports; W. It. draco & Co.
Lyman D. Foster, Am. schr., Klllmun,
Newcastle; It. B. Hogue.
Luulslana, Am. sp , Halcrow, New'
cast'i; J. J. Moore & Co.
Lt ttle Bennett, Am. schr., Rasmus
Lurllno, Am. bg., Schaubo, S ,F.
Mary A. Troop, Br. bk., Wally.
M, P. Grace, Am. sp , Grant, New
castle. R. B. Hoguo.
Manila, Am. schr., Knudson, New
castle; J. J. Mooro & Co.
Mnry Dodge, Am. schr., Olscn, What
com. M. Wlkclman, Am. bkt., Rcnncche,
Nuuanu, Am. bk., Josselyn, New
Yo-k; Chas. Brower & Co.
Newsboy, Am. bkt., Chlppcrflcld,
Newcastle.; J, J, Mooro & Co.
Omega, Am. bkt., Macklc, Now castle;
R. 1). Hoguo.
Palmyra, Am. bk Keller; Newcas
tle; J. J. Mooro & Co.
Passepartout, Nor, sp., Nellscn, Syd
ney Henry Lund & Co.
Philippine, Am. schr., Larson;
Paul Iscnberg, Ocr. bk., Ott, Bremen.
Queen, Am. schr., I'redrlckson, Port
Reporter, Am. schr., Dahloft; Orny'a
Snow & Burgess, Am. bk., Olscn;
Newcastle; Hind, Ralph & Co.
buiilnolo, Am. bk., Taj lor, Newcas
tle: I J. M0010 . Cu.
Sonoma, Am. bk , Stursland, Ncw
rnttle, J, J, Mooro & Co.
Situ of Bengal, Am. bk , Henderson;
Neuinstlu; J. J. Moore & Co
Santa Ana, Am. schr.., Strand; Se
attle 'iiJIiih, fier. bk., Nltlscn, Hamburg,
Merr, Wilson & Co.
1rani.lt, Am. schr., Jorgensen, No-
caHlc, Balfour, Gutbrlo & Co.
Two BrothcrB, Am. sp ,. Wilson; Tn
cuina. W. P. Wltzemann, Am. schr., ButcS'
hop; (liu)'s Harbor.
Win husctt, Am sp , Lambcrth, New'
(astlo, R. I). Hague
Win, H. Smith, Am. sp , Colly, Now.
castle; J. J. Mooro & Co.
Vega, Am. schr. Cook, Port lllako
Big Steamer Added
to Australia's Fleet
Towering high aboo the Go em
inent stores at Woolloomooloo Bay, hr
Immense proportions showing to ad
vantage under tho blaze of the electric
light, the Grosser Ktirfurst, the levia
than of the North German Llojd llti",
which arrheil on Dec. "o at S)dncy
from Bremen, presented a brilliant
spectacle. The Grosser Ktirfurst enter
ed the port at 5:30 o'clock, and Btcam
ed up to tho wharf without the slight
est hitch. Tho new boat excited con
siderable interest, and there was quite
a rush of visitors when the gangwuv
was out to Inspect the liner The ship
Is without doubt a palatini l!n-.
Bcrjono must admit that after look
ing ocr the big ship. Her accommo
dation for passengers could not be sur
passed. As n Bca boat she Is said to be
all that could be desired, the passen
gers speaking highly of the stcadlni'tM
of the essel. The siloon and smok
ing room ospcclall nre on n scale of
magnificence hitherto unknown tn ves
sels trading to Australia, whilst In ill
other respects the xessel has unden.-
nble claims to rank with the best
steamers nlloit All the staterooms nre
roomy, well lighted and entllated nnd
replete with every convenience The
cabin de lux forms n charming sul'e
of apartments, which for comfort and
convenience would be hard to rllpse.
The Grosser Ktirfurst, with a groai
tonnage of 13.IS2 tons. Is the biggest
steamer In the fleet of the Nord-
DeutBchrr Llod. with the ono exeep
lion of the Kaiser Wllhilm der Grosso
Although built to run between Huropc
anil Australia, she has already nude
two trliH to America She has a length
over deck of 531ft. filn . n breadth of
fi2ft and a depth from upper deck to
Keel of 37ft. There Is n forecastle of
82ft , a brldc-housc nmlilshlps of l!70ft
nnd a poop 111ft long Over the hrbUe
house a two-story deckhouse has Ihm.ii
constructed the promenade nnd biiii
decks of which extend to the extreme
sides of the vessel.
The first saloon Is In the midship
houses, and self-contained, while tho
second cabin Is comfortably quartered
In the poop. The cabins for the passen
gers nre elegantly furnished with ward.
robes, sofas, tables and the like. Tli
first cabin has a very largo dlnlu
room, a drawing room, nnd a com
fortable smoking room, each with tho
necessary vestibules, and all most
tastefully and artistically fitted out.
The long main dining room Is well
lighted and ventilated. The walls are
spaced out In panels, covered with
delicate silk fabric, and are decoratJ
with white and glided relief orn.v
ments On the side walls are portraits
of Frederick William, the Great Elec
tor, and his wife, and other paintings,
From the promenade deck the elegant
drawing room Is reached, tho furnish
ings of which bear the same c)iaraet"r
as the first class dining room TIi
walls show alternately panels of blue
silk and ornaments painted to imltnt"
embroideries. Prom tho upper vesti
bules two halls lend to the first cnliiu
smoking room which Is executed In
strl(tl) Romanesque stjle The d( or
ations lonespond exactly to the Roiu
nnrbqiie character of the room Ilchlii I
tho arches In the niches which run
along tho sides, twelve paintings iro
seen, all representing castles In Rom
anesque architecture Tho sofas are
covered with brown leather. Tho sec
ond saloon has a largo dining room
located on tho upper deck nt the foro
end of tho poop. This Is fitted out must
elegantly. Tho liner can nccommodato
250 In tho first saloon. 120 In the sec
ond saloon, and 2000 In the stecra'j".
Indeed, on one trip ncross tho Atlantic
sho carried 2500 persons In tho minor
class. When leaving Fremantlo she
had 640 passengers, ot whom 21G alone
embarked at the West Australian ports.
Tho arosscr Kurfurst, which, trans
lated, means Great Elector, has bee-i
placed at the disposal of the New South
Wales Government for the accommo
dation of about 100 distinguished visi
tors. Tho following table, giving gross
tonnage, length. beam and depth of the
largest Australian traders will Bcri'e
to Illustrate the size of this mammoth
ocean liner: Grosser Kurfurst, 13, U2
tons, 6Slft.. C2ft.. 39ft.; Medic (White
Star), 11.3S5. 550 2. 03 3,39 9; Frledrlc'i
der Grosse (N. I). L), 10.530, 523. CO,
34 8; Omrah (Orient), 8291, 490.7, 6G.7,
20; India (P. and 0.), 7911, 499 9, 54 3.
Emmn Square MuhIc.
The band will play the following se
lections at a concert in Emma Square
this oveulng, beginning at 7:30 o'clock:
Overture Tho llrldo Aubcr
rantaslu 1 he Ycouinurj Patrol . .
Selection Tho Bohemian (Jlrl Ilalfe
(a) K'o Aloha 1 Hlkl Mill, (b) Nu
Miss J. Kclilaa.
(c) Ho Inoa no Walplo, (d) Nanl
Hail! l'ti I ka I.elm.i
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Selection 'I ho I"ui tune TUkr Herbert
Waltz 'I ho Wedding of tho Winds
Intermezzo Silonio ... . Loralue
March The Creole Queen .. .Halle
The Star Spangled Banner.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONC DAY.
Tako Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund tho money If It
falls to cure. E. W. Qrove's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents
Tho weekly edition of tho Kvenlng
Bulletin gives a comploto summary of
the news ot the da".
I Sydney Street Car
I System Good Example J
A, It. Pullen. an Australian engineer
experienced In street railway construc
tion, explained to the satisfaction and
delight of the officers of the San Fran
cisco Merchants' Association nnd sev
eral prominent city officials the sur
prising nnd successful cnr. street, side
walk, water and lighting sj stems ot
New South Wales, which Is tar and
away more advanced In such things
than any other part of the world.
Svdney. n cits of 300,000 people situ
ated on a peninsula. Is subjected to n
temperature ranging from 45 degrees
ti 120 degrees In the shade, has tor
rential rains and about three months
of dry season It Is spread! over a
greater area than San rrnnclsco nnd
lias n large large suburban residence
district Every one of Its street car
lines Its water, gas and electric sup
plies like those In other cities of New
South Wales, are owned by the Stato
and nre controlled hv a nnn-polltlcnl
commission Thev nil pay well and 'ho
people are thoroughly satisfied, having
tried at different times many others
Car fare in Sdney Is 2 cents No
one Is allowed to stand on a eir. There
can lie no crowded cars Extra cirs
nre put on In the busy hours The
trollev poles Inthe middle of tho street
are topped w 1th nre lights and arc orna-
mental. The streets nre paved with
blocks of tallow wood, which, being
very hnrd list ten sears under the
heaviest trafllc of twelve and fourtcn
horso teams of freight nnd do not
shrink or swell TIicbc nine-Inch
blocks are laid on a smooth surface of
cement on top of a laser of concrete
upon the natural Bind clny or rocky
foundation The car mils nre flush
with the smooth Btirfnrc of the wood
blocks and rest upon the cement sur
fice without ties nnd have onls a lit
tle groove narrower than n min's lin
ger for the llnngc of tho cnrwhoel The
result Is that wagon vvheeds cannot fol
low the tracks nnd the pavement Is
not unequally worn. Tho cars are
broader and finer than those of San
Francisco At tho baso of the trolley'
poles Is a small dais 4xG feet upon
which foot passengers can pause for
safety when crossing the busy streets.
The state claims all of the street and
In no Instance permits siih-Btdcwalk
space to bo used by tho landowner
Grent sub-sldcwalk passagewass fif
teen feet high nnd lighted with elec
tricity carry all tho sewer, gas and wn
tcr pipes and tho electric light wires,
so streets and sidewalks are never torn
up. No signs can bo on over tho side
walk. Tho thoroughfares arc kept
perfectly cleared and well swept. Tho
car faro Is bised on sections, Into
which all the lines nro divided. A pas
senger pass ono 2-cent fnro In each
three-mllo section traversed, and the
maximum rldo Is fifteen miles for 8
More CnrelcHH Driving.
Another nnldent due to caielcss
driving occurred Siturd.i) afternoon on
the (orun of Port and Kin.; strut
when hack 315. drlvm lis n Chin.inun
lost one of Its shafts
The horse In passing some largo
plrttB of granite idled up against a
trio shied Into nnothir lint k going In
tho opposite direction At this Btnge
of the performance tbo Chinese driver
completels lost his head nnd, but for
timely aid damngo of 11 morn serious
character might havo resulted.
Dsspcpsla can be. anil Is cured by
the uso of PAIN-KILLKR. This Is tho
most wonderful and valuable medicine
ever known for this dlseaso; Its action
upon tho s) stem Is entirely different
from any other preparation ever
known. The patient while taking this
medlclno may cat anything tho appetite
craves. Avoid substitutes, thero Is but
one Pnln-Klllcr, Perry Davis'. Prlco
25c. and 60c.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FIRST CIRCUIT.
TallA, of Hawaii At .-..-- i .,...
viinua ui tan a 1. r-a iiiaiuvTii, 111 I'lin'oic ill
Ilia mailer ol iht eilalu nt William tUJiey Hunt, lata
of Honolulu Oahu Tht last lll an! -t airent ol
.all dace rj, having; bctn praftentcj to a ali court
toga'rirr with a ittltUn lor Hit r'otat iheriof. ani
for ilia It.uan e rt Icitrra tr.tainfrtarr' to llecky A
Hunt having bren tilcJ Notlca Is harecy Kl'tn that
.vionjay, ma ibirt aa 01 1 crruary. au ioui, at 10
o clock a m .ol tali da , at th. court r on ol tad
court, at Honolulu, Oahu. a and the ramr hcrtt-y I.
appoint. tht lima and rlaca for proving laid wll and
h.arinr .aid amplication.
Honolulu, January .th, luo.
By the court,
mi.Jan 14 i .8 4 Clerk.
Notice to Creditors.
Notice I. hereby elenti all credit r. havlne claim,
agalntt the e.tate of John de ( oila late ot Hono
lulu, deceased, to rreient the same duly authenticated
and Hlili proper vouchers, at tht office ol the admin
istrator, M (1 silva, Honolulu, Oahu Territory of
Hawaii, within six (61 months from the date hereof,
or ihfy will be fritter barred.
M O SILVA,
Administrator ol the cs'ate of John de Costa,
Djled at Honolulu. Oahu this 14th day of January
Ian 14 1
Tho unJtr.rnrj having h?en Juty tpointrj Ai
mln Mraur l he MtMt ft Jatnti llutchioKS late of
Hon ilulu I.I in J c Oahu dec am J n tkelilvre
1 v i.vti t l fffaonst ) prrtnl Itivlr . fllms against
(lie tut ate n n J Jjme ittatrhlni;-. i cea.rj, July
autlientlcah J wliMhu ttcuriJ hyinortKaecorotl.tr
wl.e to ih unJmleneJ at tilt otrct at Queen trret
In tin tit. 't Honolulu UfaniifOahu with n.li
m nth 'turn tht 4atti liatMit or thty will b Irrevt-r
barrri ani all itrioni InJitteJ tu the estate arc
litfreb) rru UJ tu make Immediate p4mtnl to the
Ai mln Kit a tor ot (he e.tate of Janus lluulilne.
lltnolulu Jan yj, igo tfsiiat
Notice to Creditors
The tnJrr.iciieJ hiving hen July arpolnteJ Bk
ecutors anJ bxeLiitrlK rrkptcthrly of the eilate of
JatTHfc A Hipper Jeirahed late ( t (It notulu Oahu
not I cu Is lureby pln to all creJIt rs t present thHr
claims agalnvt silJ Jam iA lloppt-r July authen
ticattJ wlih pmpir touchers if ar exUt, rvtn If the
claim li snurej by mortcagc upo teat eUie ti he
unifrl(.nej at ihtlr (net on I iit stirat lln u u
Uahu, within U mot ths from the da'e f h I rl
publication h'reot, or they will be f rewr barivJ
Honolulu Oahu, I ttbruary it A I) iuoi
WILLIAM L HOIl'LI
fc WILLS I'bTfcKSUN. an4
Ex ecu ton and fcxecutrU of the estate ol James A
Hopper, J tic ate J i?sJ4t)tw
Notice Is hereby given that HO SEU
has this day sold to the undersigned all
Interest of his store, with all general mer
chandise therein, situate In Kakaiko. All
debts on or before this day will be settled
by said Ho Seu.
HO YEE CHO.
January 28, loai. 1751MVV
The annual meeting of the PACIFIC
CLUB will be held FEBRUARY 4th
1901, at the Club House at 7:30 P. ..
I74-Qt e. 0. d. Secretary.
The adjourned annual meeting of the
stockholders of E. O. HALL & SON. Ltd.
will be held at their office, comer of Fott
and King street-, at 2 p. m., on Thursday,
February 7, 1901,
E. H. PARIS,
1754-td Sec, E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
THE PACIFIC MILL COV.PANT
has succeeded to the planing mill business
of the Enterprise Mill Co., Ltd., Alakea
and Richards streets, and lespectfullv soli
cits the pitrcnage of all former customer!
of the latter mill company.
I7i0tf W. H. G. ARNEMANN.
Stockholders are hereby notified that Wis
FoufthAssessment of 5 percentortwoand
one-half dollars per share on the Capital
Stock of THE IMER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payabls
July 1st, at the office of the undersigned.
tu Fo-t street. J.H.FISHER.
Actg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph C
Honolulu. June 1. 1000 155c
BLECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the Annual Meeting of the Stock
holders of the KAIIUKA PLANTATION
COMPANY, helJ January 38, 1901, the
following officers were elected to serve for
the ensuing yejr :
James B. Castle, President
J. P. Cooke Vice-President
W. R. Castle, Jr., Secretary
C. Uolte Treasurer
George F. Davles Auditor
W. R. CASTLE. JR.,
1 753-t Secretary.
Election ot Officers.
At a meeting of the stockholders of the
STAR DAIRY CO., LTD., held In Room
2 Magoon building on Monday the z8th
day of January, loot, the following per
sons were elected to serve for the present
L. L. McCandless President
Sarah J. Grace vlce-Presldert
Alfred Magoon . . Secretary&Treasurer
Auditor :- L. H. Dee,
Tne above named persons constitute the
Board of Directors.
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
Blectlon ot Office. 8
At the annual meeting of the strckhold
er of the PLOLO LAN?) & IMPROVE
MENT CO., LTD., held at the office of
the Company, Januarv 31, loot, the fol
lowing officers were elected for the ensu
A. P. CookP President .V Manager
M. U. Monsirrat vIccPresldtiit
Harry Armltage Secretary
W. L. Howard Treasurer
R F. Heardmore AiJItor
Directors: C. II. Cooke and T. Vc
Cants Stewart Attorney with the above
n unrd officers constitution the Board of
1751-m Secretary, P.L .1:1 Co.. Ltd.
Election of Olflccrs.
At the annual meetlne of the SocleJaJe
P. de Santo Antonio Benovelance of Ha
waii held the md of December, 1000, the
following officers were duly electtd for the
J f. FlfjuereJo President
F. Avelro vice-President
J. P. Rodtlgies .Treasurer
M.T. Furtado Secretary
Antonio I. Sllva, Jr., M. A. Sllva,
S. U. Artuda, J. Correa,
J. J. Carroca.
M. T. FURTADO,
Honolulu. January y, loot. 175MW
Election of Officers.
At the adjourned annual Meeting of the
Shareholders of the PIONEER MILL
CO., LTD., held this dav at the office of
Messrs. II. Hackfeld .V Co., Ltd.. at 10
a.m., the following OUicets were eleclej
for the ensuing year:
Paul Isenberg President
H. A. Isenberg vIce-President
H. Schultze Treasurer
F. Klamp Secretary
W. Pfotenhauer Auditor
The above named OTceis with the ex
ception of the Auditor, and
F. W. Macfarlane,
J. A. McCandless,
constitute the Board of Dl'eclors.
Honolulu. January loth, toot. I7$i-it
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