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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLUL.U, H. T TUESDAY, MAY 21. .1901.
tlt iteamers of this line will trrtr and lear this port m hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA May 25
SONOMA June 4
In connection, with the sailing ot the abore iteamen the agent ire pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rati
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
Fork by any steamship line to all Huropean ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLT TO
Wm. Q. Irwin & Co., Limited,
OENERMi AOBNTS OCEANIC R 8. CO.
i nm .an.. sua
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Slcamtrl of the atava companl.. will call at Honolulu an
taava tnis .port, on or trout
For Jptn and China:
COPTIC MAY 28
AMERICA MARU JUNE 6
PEKING JUNE 13
GAELIC JUNE 21
HONGKONG MARU ...JUNE 29
CHINA JULY C
DORIC JULY 16
NIPPON MARU JULY 24
PERU AUG. 1
For central Information
H. HrXCKFiBLQ &
aVStaaaara cl tta tbort I In., nulii li coMKtloi wltk tkt CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
ItMma Vaacaovar, B. C. and S-'Mr, N. S. W., aad ttllltf it Victoria, B. C, Htaolato aaa Brlibui
, DDK AT HONOIit'ljV s takei It 1 1 lata talo atata rta t
FROM VMCUUVBR AND !:ri
Pof Biltbana m Syao.r I
Icktti tsstiad Iron Hcaotola to Cs
Diral lofomatlon, apply to
Theo. H. Davlcg &
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
S. S OREGONIAN, 6,ooo tons, to sail about May 25. '
S S AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about June 15.
S.S.HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail - .
Freleht retelved at company's wharf. 4iJ Street, South Brooklln, at all times.
. , - Foe further, particulars apply to
C. P. MORSE,
General Freight Agent. H. KACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Lines of Travel
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Onlv THREE DAYS to Chicago.
y FOUR DAYS to New York. ,
1 man 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,
i)S Third street, Portland, Oregon.
b. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
I4ja2 Omaha,' Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Go.
' r m. . -sjii-
r. C, Burro, OonU Fasa. tk Ticket
Q. P. Daxisow, Bunrlntendent
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS
(jnerl Manager oi
v Ti Jon'Uble Life .taurine Soeii.
O' tb.t United tiutes lor ths QawaUa
Cjiujii tU'eb-uit stiMl, Ht
.1 .JLWd&JaWat J"A lJ..'VlJfJ2t - ti -
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA May 29
VENTURA .-..June 4
tnt dates tiow m.ntioe.j.
For San Franclico :
PEKING MAY 21
GAELIC MAY 28
HONGKONG MARU JUNE 7
CHINA JUNE 15
DORIC JUNE 22
NIPPON MARU JULY 2
PERU JULY 9
rnPTin tiit.v in
AMERICA MARU ... JULY 26 1
PEKING AUG. 3
GAELIC'.., AUG. 13
apply to P. M. S. S. Co.
CO, LTD. AGENTS.
TROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
Fot Victoria aaa V.ncoov.r (B. C):
Mtowirt Jun. .
Muni July !
Mowtfa AJim .8
Fot Fraiptt aoi j
Co., Ltd., GenM Agents.
Lines of Travel.
YOU CAN DO IT HOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 63.
Honolulu Office. Magoon Block.
- TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for jour message
Street Railway Time Table,
KING STREET LINE.
Cart Icava Walklkl lor town at 1 it. 6.11. 6 41 A tt
and every is mlnutct thcr.jltrr tt I taut, 11:11 and
it'll P M. trom wi klkl co tn tne runariou statici
Cart leave R Ranee or I'awaa .Hitch lor town at
S itA.M. and every i minute, thir.altrr till tt otf.M.
Car. Icava Fort and Klntr .trret.tcorner lor Hafama
at 6.10 A.M. and every ij minute, alter till it as
Car. leave lor I'alama only at t and 5 10 A M
Lars leate 1'alainalur Walk.ki 1 41 A M. andeerv
11 minutes tt lo 41P.M , then it toti and 10 43 P,M
The 11 iiP.M Irom I'alama tur I'unahou only goes
to Walklkl on Saturda s.
i.ars leave rort and Mns .ireets corner tot Kitte
Ranee at s so and 1 to a.m.
Cars leave Fort and King .tree's corner lor Walklkl
15 minute, till lo oil, vt thtn at
Thenml'.M coe. to Walklkl
1 11 and 11.45 p.m.
UERETANIA STREET AND NUUANU VALLEY.
Cart leave Punahou Stttle (or Tpn at $.jo and
(or Town and Valley at s 40 5 to 6.to 6 10 6 4a ? and
i.ar. leave uanj uonece tor town ana v aury at
6. to 6 jo and T.to A.vv and ever) 10 minute, till to 10
P.M. except the even hour and half, hour cars wh'ch
run (rnm tho Mane
Cars leav e Nuuanu Valley at 6 to 6 jo 6. jo A, vt and
Coiigtit 60s 613 41am anjcM-ry 10 minim
alur till g 41 1.. Atirr that the cn run Li tht
Stable up to 1 1,50P.M. nhkh it the tt car from Ton,
reaching Hn Stable at itijo I' m. i
ON CALL ALL NIGHT.
AUTOMOBILE CO., LTD.
Coupon Books Sold. Special Rates
made for "Automobile Parlies."
NOTK Drivers are not allowed to make
any rates except thote furnished by the
company. Ask driver to see rate sheet.
In case of dispute as to fare, pay driver
amount claimed, take rebate slip and call
at office. We will gladly adjust my difference-
Office on King St., near Judiciary Bid.
LOUIS T GRANT. Manager.
i4s iiCi.'rw.t.-t V . Jvt Ai'Xtaii.
TO HAVE DECISION THEN
Judge Humphreys 0bect3 to Some
'' Features of the Settlement as
Proposed by the
The proposition to fcettle the affairs
of the Maunalel Sugar Company, as
published in the Bulletin yesterday,
was submitted to Judge Humphreys In
the afternoon for approval. The at
torneys representing the various Inter
ests, Receiver T. McCants Stewart and
his attorney, Frederick V. Ilankey,
The proposition to distribute the
proceeds t)f the sale to H. Pain
among the creditors represented In the
settlement did not commend Itself to
the Court. Judge Humphreys objected
to the Idea of sitting In equity In a
matter and distributing proceeds of a
sale among certain creditors, leaving
others to make themselves whole by
proceeding against too delinquent
shareholders. It seems there are about
$1600 worth of such claims which wero
not represented In the settlement ns
agreed upon among the big creditors.
Various plansfo r getting around the
tlifllculty raised by the Court were
suggested by the attorneys.
The next point In the out of court
compromise on which the Court want
ed more light was the fees asked by
the receiver and the receiver's attor
ney. Receiver Stewart asked $2000;
1"'8 ornoy P. W
Hnnkey. $1000. The
Court particularly objected to the at
torneys f-e as exorbitant and uncon
scionable and demanded an affirmative
Mr. Hapkcy, addressing the Court In
the mntttr paid the fee was not fixed by
himself but by tho parties to the set-
I Clement Mid that Individually, he was
I very willing to leave the amount of
his comrenmtlon to the discretion and
1 Judsm nt of tho Court. With reference
, to W. O. Smith and A. Lewis, attorneys
' for til" Maunalel Corporation tho Court
wait Inclined to believe them entitled
to no fee whatever. After hearing all
i sides, the Court announced that a de
cree would bo signed In the matter
I next Friday. At all events tho salo to
V. H. Pain would be approved, wheth-
cr the other features of tho com
promise a: 'j uunrmei or not.
The nle contemplates a transfer to
V. H. Pain all the leases, goods and
chntteli of tho company, except cash on
' hand rind uncollected capital, for $12,-
1 0f'0. Pain engages to obtain for the
company a relense from all lease obli
gations and will assumo all liability to
1 the Rlsdon lion Works and Locomo
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
Steamers due and to sail tor tho next
thirty days arc as follows:
Steamer:. From. Due.
1 City of Pklng Yokohama .. May 21
i Mariposa S. F. May 23
I Gaelic Yokohama May 28
Coptic S, T. May 2S
I Sonoma S. F. Juno 4
jVintum Colonies Juno
America Mnru B. F. Juno
Mlowcrp Colonics Juno
Hongkong Maru Yokohama Juno
Moann Victoria Juno
, City ot I'-klng S. F.
China Yokohama ".'.!....! Juno IB
1 Caell' s F Juno 21
1 Doric Yokohama June 22
I Venturu S. r June 23
1 Sierra Colonies June 25
I Hongkong Maru S. F. June 29
I City of Pfklng-S. T.
jGaellc S. F. May
PnntlftYnlVi'ilinTTifi .. ..... MflV
'Mariposa S. F May
ventura s 1. junu
'America Maru oYkohania .. June
I M low era Victoria June
Hongkong Maru S. r. Juno
Moana Colonies Juno
City of Piking Yokohama . Juno 13
China S. r Juno lb
Marlnota S. F Juno 19
Gaelic Yokohama v . Juno 21
Doric H, r. , .. . Juno 22
Ventura Colonies Juno 2SH
Sierra S. F Juno So
Honi-kdng Maru Yokohama Juno 29
N. B. A United States Army trans
port may be expected from San Fran
clfcto on the 9th and 21th of each
month, en routo to Manila.
POLLUTED WATER SUPPLY,
Sewate polluted water supplies bavo
Intn held responsible for recent out
breaks of typhoid fever at New Haven,
Conn., and Rock Island, 111, It Is Bald
that 150 or more cases have been re
ported at New Haven, nearly all In a
seclicn of the city supplied from on
i miw rctemlr. It is also.sald that
. three imcs o typhoid fovcr occurred
In n uou.e In the dralnago area of this
reservoir and that tho excreta from the
patients was burled In trenches a short
instance from ono of tho sticams In
the tlralnnne area. At Itock Island the
epidemic has been Investigated by
Prof. E. O. Smith, of ncloit, Wis., who
hus found that ouo of tho pump wells
receives polluted water by Infiltration.
j mtratll)IJ ,,lanti ottne(, by tho cltylbg
put In operation again, tinder careful
Ho recommends that tho Blow band
eupervlslou ns to
Its efficiency, Kn
TAko a ride on me Paclflo Heights
Electric Hallway and enjoy tho un
surpassed view nt orean, mountain and
valley, Honolulu looks Its best from
Pacific Heights, Round trip 10 cents.
i. .JLL. --( ' 1 .A.f. '..'!
H" KUBMTE0' IfX
' ifcfe STOMACH .
belching and sourness of the stomach cause
rruch suffering. Hostetter'sStomach E Itters
will p-event such troubles. It cleanses tne
blood of all Impurities, 1eeps the stomach
In goad order and wards off attacks of dys
pepsia, Indigestion and biliousness. Every
body needs It to prevent nervousness and
Insomnia and to keep the bowels regular
See that our private revenue stamp
covers the neck of the bottle.
TRY IT FOR HostcttCP8
FEVER AND AGUE. Bitters
An uncommonly significant docu
ment Is the official report of the chief
sanitary omccr In Cuba for the last
month. Drlctly, It shor.s that, Instead
of being, as of old, plague-Infested,
that Island Is becoming 'salubrious, as
nature Intended It to br, and that Ha
vana, Instead of being a perennial la
zaretto. Is taking rank among the most
healthful cities ot Its size In the world.
Tho midwinter month Is. of course, the
tlmo in which the lowest death rato Is
naturally to be looked for In a semi
tropical city. But there Is tinmls
.takable significance In comparisons of
lest month's rato In Havana with that
in tho same month three years ago. and
with that of tho samo month In other
cities not dissimilarly situated. In
rebtiary. 1S9S, under Spanish rule, tho
death rate was S2.32 in tho thousand,
and In February. 1901. t'nilcr American
rule. It was 19.S2. In Havana tho death
late was 19.32 In tho thousand, while
at practically the samo time In New
Orleans It was 2S.20; In'.Mobllc It was
29.73. and In Jacksonville It was 48.37
In New York, Iloston, Newark. Wash
ington. Baltimore and other Northern
cities tho death rate wis and doubtless
Is to-day higher than In Havana.
Wo need not enter Into discussion of
tho ndmlnlstratho details by means of
which this most admirable chango has
been effected. Whitewashing and tils
Infecting houses, asphalting streets, se
gregating fever patients, waging war
nealnst tho infection-carrying mos-
nultoes all these things aro to bo sum
med up In one word, sanitation. That
sanitation, too. has been effected under
American control nnd direction. It has
been done by tho American ndmlnlstro
tlon of Insular affairs. Whether It
would or could havo been done by tho
Cubans unnldcd Is nn open question
which may bo answered In tho nega
tive. At any rate, tho work thus far
dono Is an American work, and Is ono
ol the most beneficial works that could
havo been dono tor Cuba Itself nnd for
cverv community nnd country In the
world that has or expects to navo re
latlons with Cuba. In the terms pre
scribed by Congress lor tho turning
over of Insular affairs to tho Cubans
themselves It Is stipulated that tho
beneficial work shall be maintained,
Tho stipulation Is not only a reason
able and Just one, but Is, by virtue of
such facts ns thoso presented In tho re
port wo havo quoted, rnado absolutely
Incumbent nnd Imperative. After tho
gain that has been mndo for human
health and life, to let tho ''Island ro
lapse, or'to risk its relapsing. Into tho
old conditions of disease and death
would be nn unspeakable wrong1 and
shamo. New York Tribune.
BOUGHT ROTTEN PI8H.
During tho forenoon session of the
Senate1 yesterday, thcro . was qulto a
lively debate over tho office of market
Inspector, somo of tho Republicans
getting this cpunfounded with tho
offlco of fish Inspector. During the de
bnto Mr. Kanuha arose nnd Interrupted
Mr. Achl. calling Into question ono of
tho rcmarko made by him. Mr. Achl
turned quickly nnd told Mr. Knnulm
to take his sea. Ho was talking sense
whllo nil the Senator who Interrupted
him 'talked, was nonsense .
Later, Mr. Achl referred to tho ne
cessity of n man at tho llshmarket to
keep tho Chlnnmen from selling spoiled
fish. Ho said he went to tho market on
Saturday nnd paid a dollar and a half
for a big kumu He said ha had his
eyes and noso open wide nnd' was
trusting somewhat to the fnct that the
Inspectors at the market were also on
tho qui vivo. However, ho succeeded
in getting a rotten fish. On returning
It to tho mnrkrvt, tho Inspector' took
tho fish back to tho Chinaman and
mado him pay back tho money. This,
to Mr. Achl'a mind, was a great point
In favor of an Inspector nt tho market.
Mr. Achl'a eloquence on tho subject
of rotten fish prevented tho Item being
stricken out of tho bill. The whole
matter was refened to a special com
So Many cl'oplo aro Exposed to nln,
cold and storms, that It Is ncceas-iry
that they should havo something to
rouutcroct the effects. A mlxturo of a
tenspoonful of PAIN-KII.I.IUI In water
sweetened, will stimulnto tlm system
nnd ward off any possibility of cold. It
has been used for sixty years all over
tho world, and millions testify to Its
sterling worth. Theio Is but one Pain
Killer, Perry I)a-ls'. Prlco 25c. and 60c.
a , a '
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.'
rtJJi. i jn Ja, t sT
Instruments Filed for record May so, 2001.
Second Partv Class
H E Easton
W C Achl
W L Peterson
J de S Azevedo.
N Ewaliko w
L C Abies
Ltim Yip Kee
Akl it Achoy
E B Mekaleml &wf LL McCandless
K Plnao E B Mekaleml
M de Souza C Brown, Tr
M I Sllva C Brown
C Bolte, Tr, & wf M F Lucas
M F Lucas C Bolte, Tr
Instrumeuts Filed for record May 21, rot
First Party Second Party Class
Lai Say R M
P Kumalse & wf
J Nott, Jr
W M Campbell
Kaaulallalo St hus
Bank HawMI.Ltd M
First Bank Hlo M
S F Nott C M
F sr Sinclair
RECORDED MAY 8, loot.
J Campbell to S Parker. A M, Feb it),
ipso; mtg Woods on the "Kahui Ranch,"
Hawaii. It. Book 221, page 57.
W Needham and wf to Haw'n Really St
Mtturlty Co Ltd. M, May 7. tool: lots 21,
22. 21, 24, block F, Kaplolanl Park "Ad'1
Honolulu, Oahu. (170. Rook 221, pace
P H Burnetleet al toSau Kee, A M, May
7. toct: mtg Kelliluhu on all his lands In
H .wallan Islands. 275. Book 221, page
J Keallltuhl and wife to Sau Kee, M,
Auj iG, toac: piece land on Beretanla St.
Honolulu, Oahu. 5420, 4 yrs at 12 per
cent. Book 221, page 359.
M Lucas et al to Ne Chew etals, L, Feb
2', loot; 20 aces land, Nlu, Oahu. 23 yrs
from Mar t, loot. Book 219, page 318.
K Kapule and w f to A M Brown, L, May
1. 1901: por Ap 2, R P 5941, kul 801,
Walkikl-kal, Honilulu, Oahu. J10 per
month, 10 years from May 1, toot. Book
224, page 80.
RECORD3D MAY 7, iflo.
TrsOahu College to J B Atherton, D,
Apr t, looti Lots t and 2, block z, Cob
lege Hills Tract, and lots 2 and 3, block is,
same tract, Honolulu, Oiliu. $7250. Book
223, page 152.
Kanlolinl Estate, Ltd, to M Ferrelra,Par
Rel, Dec 11, 1000; lot 7 of grant 3137, Ka-
at tee iract.nonoiui , janu. iioco. book
;uj, page 154.
V Allen anJ wf to H Akon.i, D. May 6,
1001: Int in kul 1817. Knwalllula. Kollalu.
H wall. JSo. look 221, page 155.
C J Mahlhl to Mrs U Talkaua, D. Arr
22, 100I! R P 3270, Nawlllwlli Kauai.
ft. Book 211, page 157.
J R Wilson and wf to A B Loebensteln,
D. Feb 25 toon lot 2. Puukami Home
steads, walmc.i. Hawaii. I500. Book
223, page 150.
Judge Jesse Holdom ot Chicago, In a
recent decision rendered In a Labor
Union assault case growing out of a
ttrlkc, upheld In forcible language tho
right of any man to work at any labor
with which he Is satisfied.
The case was that of Albert Hill of
the Lathers' Union, who was charged
with assaulting James Kelly, another
member of the union, because of his
refusal to stop work on a building
where a strike was in progress.
Tho defendant's attorney pleaded
with tho Court that inasmuch as his
client already hnd served some time In
Jail and had suffered as much as Kelly
from tho fight, ho should not be pun
ished any more.
"No, the matter Is more serious than
you think." returned Judge Holdom.
Tho assault and battery Is not so seri
ous In Itself, but there Is a great prin
ciple at stnkt. tho principle of tho per
sonal liberty guarantee! us by tho Con
stitution. When Kelly was nt work on
senntract 'with which ho was satisfied,
the President of tho United States, nor
any ofnclnl nor any individual, has a
right to Intcrfero with him. True,
Kelly wnsa member of tho union, as
was Hill. Ho liad a rlrht to be, and It
was his duty to obey tho rules of tho
"When ho refuset however, tho
union had Its redress In disciplining
him aniTcxpelllng hint. It had no right
to send a committee to Interfere with
him and assault him,
"Let us1 not forget these basic prin
ciples of our liberty. Wo In America
boast a liberty unknown elsewhere,
Let us not make it license. In this
Instance tho effect of tho assault wag
not on Kelly nlone, but upon tho prla
chiles ot our constitutional rights.
"I do not want to be understood ns
being opposed to unions. I.liellcvo In
tho rights of men to form unions, and
I believe they make lor Improvement
Tho Court then sentenced the man to
flvo days In tho County Jail In addition
to the time already spent there.
The message from Acting Governor
Cooper which will be bent to tho Legis
lature tomorrow, will undoubtedly
contain the opinion of Attorney Gen
eral Dole on the loan mutter. This be
ing to tho effect that the $799,000 still
remaining on the old loan can be tak
en up now and applied to the needs of
tho country has made many of tho
leglslntots very happy over the pros-
pects.of the Anul outcome of the pres
ent difficulties. In their minds. It
settles the special session question nnd
makes It possible to gtvo government
employes decent, salaries,
Off Cerlgo. the Island at tho southern
end of Greece, divers are bringing up
nrt treasutes that weio sunk 500 years
before Christ, f.uclan tells of a ship
laden with nrt spoils that went down
on tho voyago from Athens to Homo.
and It Is believed that Hie wreck has
been found now. Besides many bronze
statuettes a llfe-slzo brouzo statue re
sembling the Hermes of Praxiteles, lias
been brought up. Some objects aio ex
cellently pieserved,- but others are
U. t K
Realty and Maturity Co.
We buy, sell and deal In all kinds ol
Real Estate, Leases, Mortgages, BonJs,
Etc. Loans negotiated, and all kinds of
Legal Documents drawn at short notice by
skilled persons. Notary work solicited.
Our especial feature Is the Issuance of a
fico Investment Certificate, which bears
Interest from the date issued, this of Itself
Is sufficient, when well understood to
guarantee that our company Is, and will
be popular. Call for particulars and In
formation. OFFICE, 32 KING ST.
PHONE, MAIN 141.
Notice of Removal.
HATCH & SILLIMAN have removed
their offices to the Stangewatd Building,
third floor, opposite elevator. i84ytw
McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd.
Notice Is hereby given that the eleventh
assessmtnt'of ten (10) per cent (f 2.00 per
share), levied on the assessable stock of
the McBryde Hugar Co., Ltd., Is due on
June 1st., 1901, and will be delinquent
0.1 June 15th, loot.
Stockholders will please make prompt
Eayment at the office of Messrs Theo. H.
lavles & Co., Ltd.
F. M. SWANZY,
Treasurer, McBryde Sugar, Co., LrJ.
Honolulu, May 13'h, 1901. lSqt)t
We hereby beg to notify our customers,
and the public generally, that hereafter we
shall Insist on regular monthly settlements
of all accounts owing us.
Any account remaining unpaid after the
last day of the month following Its con
traction, will be closed, and stops taken
for Its Immediate collection
METROPOLITAN MEAT Co., LTD
G. J. WALLER, Manager.
HONOLULU MARKET CO., LTD.
iB.itf D. H. DAVIS, Manager.
NOTICE OP DISSOLUTION OP PART
NERSHIP. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the partnership heretofore existing between
John Ouderklrk, Fred Harrison and W. J.
England, doing business In Honolulu under
the firm name and style of W. J. England
& Co., has this day been dissolved by
mutual con-ent. The W. J. England
Plumbing Co.. Ltd., a corporation, has
succeeded to the bulness heretofore car
ried on under said partnership name
Dated April 20, toot.
1840-iw W. J. ENGLAND.
NOTICE OF ELE0T10N OF OFFICERS,
At at special meeting of the ORCGOX
BUILDING CO., LTD., held on the 26th
dav of April, tool, at room 306, Judd
building. Honolulu, the following were
elected the officers of the corporation for
the ensuing year :
A. V. Gear, President
J. Lando, Vice-President
Victor Hoffman, Treasurer
L. A. Rostln Secretary
John F. Riley Auditor
Dated Hone lulu, April 26, tool.
L. A. ROSTIN,
NOTICE OF ELECTION OF OFFICERS,
At a special meeting of the W. J. ENG
LAND PLUMBING CO.. LTD.. held on the
23rd day of April, 1001, tat room 106, SuCt
Bullclng, Honolulu, the following were
elected the officers of the corporation for
the ensuing year :
John Ouderklrk President
W. J. England,.. ..Vice-President
Fred Harrison Treasurer
F. J. Wllhelm Secret ity
J. Finney Auditor
Dated Honolulu, April 23, 1901.
1840 iw Secretary.
Tenders for Paial or Hard Pel
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF 1IEAJ.TK-
Honolulu, May 30, 1001,
Sealed tenders for supplying the Leper
Settlement with Palal or Hard Pol, will
be received at this office, until 12 o'clock
noon, Friday, May 31st 1001,
The Palal to be freslily made and secure
ly packed In flour, bags and delivered In
good condltlorjlt the tfal.iupapa lunJinr
In quantities ordered by the Superinten
dent, averaging 400 bundles per week.
The bundles of Palal to be of two sLm
one to weigh 21 pounds net and the other
size to weigh 25 pounds net. Bids for
supplying for respective terms oftwo(x)
yeirs; four (4) years; six (ot years, an.1
eight (8) years are socially Invited. Sup
ply to begin w 1th thirty days after slgulnc
of the contract.
The crntractor must file a bond with
approved sureties In the sum of not lest
than one thousand dollars (f 1000.) condi
tioned for the faithful performance of tltt
The Bids should' be endorsed "Tender
for Palal". The Board of Health does not
bind. Itself to accept the lowest or any bid.
By order of the Board of Health.
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
CO CENTS EACH
On sale at office ot . , , ,
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