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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T., THUIISDA.Y, MAY 23. 1901.
Oceanic Steamship. Company,
TIME .TABfcEL '
Wk steamer of ttl line will arrlr and lea?e this port aa hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA Mar 25
SONOMA '. June 4
In connection with the tailing of the above steamers the agent sre pre
pared to lisue, to Intending; passengers, coupon through tickets by any rait"
road from San Francisco to all point! In the United State, and from New
fork by any steamthlp line to all European porta.
i FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. 3. Irwin & Co., -Limited,
GENERAL AQENTS OCEANIC B. 8. CO. .
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Sttatntri of th above companl.i
leava tms port on or aroui
For Japan and China:
COPTIC MAY 28
AMERICA MARU .: JUNE 5
PEKING JUNE 13
GAELIC JUNE 21
HONGKONG MARU JUNE 29
CHINA JULY 6
DOniC JULY 1C
NIPPON MARU JULY 21
PERU AUG. 1
For general Information
H. H4CKFIBLO &
llaaaara of tb. akora Hat. ruDBlfr la toaawtloa'wtla taa CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO
limn VaKonrar, B. C, aal S. rl. S. W ana
(IUK AT HONOt.l'I.V tttiabom lilata.
FROM VCoUVBR AND JT').l
Awanajl . ,... Miy l
Mlowira . n.i'oy
aWTatobrh tckata l.io.a Iron Htajlolo ta Cu.
Panic ail a natal Information, apply to
Theo. H.Davlcs&Co.,Ltd., Gsn'l Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
. S OREGONI AN, 6,coo tons, to sail about May 25.
S S AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to salt about June 15.
S S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail -
Freight received at company's wljarf. 42J Street, South Brookln, at all times.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. H ACK FELD & CO., LTD.,
. g-waggaaaa sa -
Lines of Travel
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO trains daily
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
y FOUR DAYS to New York,
man Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, witn Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
115 Third street. Portland, Oregon.
- D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A..
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
& L. Co.
rom and Aftffr January
aa. 3ni. tallr
F. C. HMrrn, Gen'l Faas. k Tlokst
Q. P. Dirwiv',HapArlnt4ndsnt
Wilder's Steamship Compaoy
FOR ISLAND PORTS
Ixmaral Manager of
Tk HaoJUble Uh AiaurAnt Socirt
0' thi Hultfid Ma'.JiJlor the IlawrJlat
Onion Uath-mt ui;tl. tfi o
' FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MAR1R03A May 29
VUNTURA (.June 4
nn&:xsm:Y,;. :,. ::i
jvJ.JwCil j' jI
will call at Honolulu ani
tna aat raiow mtr.tioa.j,
For Stn Franelico:
PERU- JULY 9
COPTIC JULY 19
AMERICA MARU JULY 2C
PEKING AUG. 3
GAELIC ...'...; AUG. 13
apply to P. M. S. S. Co.
CO, LTD. AGENTS.
calllac at Victoria. D. C, Hoa.Ialu aaa Bilsbac.
r atatad via t
VROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
'or Victoria aalVancout.t (B.C.):
Mh.tra . t Jor. .
ivnt Jj'y I
Msant July )i
M'awra Auguit iC
03 tatepa. Foi Fulfil aa:
Lines of Travel.
YOU CAN DO IT NOW!
THE INTER -ISLAND
is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group ecepj Kauai,
MINIMUM RATE 16 89.
Honolulu Office, Magoon Block.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for our message
Street Railway Time Table,
KINO STREET LING.
Gift teivt Walklkl (or town at
ft. the punahou biWtF,lM!oera Victoria
anJ tvery n minute iticnta
t ail' M. from WaiUUI ea
Can leafeR Ranee or Pawaa tw'ltch lor tonat
$ ijA.M. anJ every i minutes thtreaMcriMI n etl'.M
Car leae Tort ani King tircets comer for faljma
at 6.(0 a.m. ani every ij ufnutea alter till ti.tj
Car leiv for Palama nl at j ani $:jo A n
Cars leivt Pal ana fur Vik kl 5 j) A M. an4 every
m mlnaiei till onPH. then at to.it ani 10 a P.M.
The ti.Mi'.M fmm Palama idrPunahou only fOM
to Walklkl on SaturJaw.
KanfE at i iu ani t y a n.
Lark leave Kirt a 11 J k ne ktrtrtt corner lot k lie
Cars leave Tort ani Kirs ttreets corner lor Walklkl
at 6 os A.M. an J r ery ij minute 1 1l to oil'. M then al
l minute 1 11 1 otr. m inen at
he 11 j) P M, c( to Walklkl
to i a no iiwj r m. n
on Saturdays unly.
BEHCTAMA STREET AND NUUANU VALLLY.
Cart leave Punaho u SuHe for Tmn at j jo ani
for Tn ani Valley at j o j jo 6 io 1 40 T and
Car leave OahjCollese for town ani Valley at
6: jo 6 50 ani t.io a,m anJ eer 10 mlnut till 10 10
P.m. except the even hour anJ lialf, hour cars which
run from the Stable,
Cars leave Nuuanu Valley at 6 10 I jo 6:304, ani
every 10 minutes thereafter till i" p M
Cars leave hurt ani Queen tirrets for Punahou
College at 6 05 6 jj 641AM ani every 10 mlnu'es
after till 9 1 P.M. After thit the cars run t.i the
Stable up to 1 rsoP.M, whlf h Ik Hie last car from Ton,
reaching the Stable at iii'oP M.
ON CALL ALL NIGHT.
AUTOMOBILE CO., LTD.
Coupon Books Sold. Special Hates
made for "Automobile Parties,"
NOTE Drivers are not allow eJ to makf
any rates except thow furnished by the
company. Ask driver to see rate sheet.
In ca of dispute as to fare, pay driver
amount claimed, take rebate slip and call
at office. We will gladly adjust any dlf-
Office on KIiir St., near Judiciary Bid.
LOUIS T GRANT, .Manager.
jU ff0ffl BP
belching an J sourness of the stomach cause
rruch suffering. Hoetter'sStomach Bitters
will jveyent such troubles. It cleanses the
blood nf all Impurities, keeps the stoma h
In good order and wards off atttcks of dvs-
peps!alndlgetlon and biliousness. Eveiy
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.
PRY IT FOR Hostettcr'e
FEVER AND AGUE. Bitters
AMIllotil, ail w UUil bnlprli( fi.wa. will
lourd on lo tlehth pact.
Monday .. ..
.I4 O ill
6 If II It
T aa it s
i . '
l. co a it
II IT. 4 tt
II. C4, J O
II-14 S 4
First Quarter of the Moon on tho 21th
1 at 7:10 n, m.
I The titles at Knhulul and litlo occur
'nbout an hcur earlier than at Honolu
Tides from the United States Const
1 and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Hawaiian Standard Time Is 10b, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of the meridian of 107 30. Thai
time whistle blows dt 1:30 p. m., which
I Is the same as Greenwich Oh, 0m.
I Mutters of vessels sailing from tbla
' port for San Francisco will find there
I a branch of tho U. S. Hydrograplilv
OITlje located In the Merchants' Ex
change, where Is maintained for th!r
ncnellt free of charge, complete lets
of charts rnd directions of the world.
Latest Information can be obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
and all matters of Interest to ocein
SIOVEMBNTS OP STEAMERS.
Stcnrcf'is ln and to nail for the next
thirty days are as follows:
Steamer:." From. Due.
Slarlpo'B 3. F. Slay 23
Gaelic Yokohama Slay 2S
, Coptic 3. F -Slay
Sonoma S. r 1 Juno
Ventura Colonies Juno
Anserira Maru S. F. Juno
fMlowera Colonies June
Hongkong Maru Yokohama June
Slonnn Victoria Juno
A City of Peking'
Mariposa S. P. .
Gaelic S. F
Ventura 8. F. . . .
Hongkong Maru S. F Juno 20
Steamers. For. Due.
Gaelic S. T May 28
Coptic Yoitohama May 2S
Mariposa S. F. May 29
Sonoma Colonies Juno 4
Ventura S. K. Juno 4
Honi'1.6nR Maru S. r. Juno 7
Monn.i Colonies Juno 8
City o( Pe.tlnK Yokohama . Juno 13
China S. r Juno Jb
;MarIpoa S. T Juno 19
i Gaelic Yokohama
Doric a. i
Hongkong Maru Yokohama
N. B A United States Army trans
port may lo expected from San Fran
Cisco on tho 9th and 21th of each
month, en route to Manila.
Ilangor In North Wales has a univer
sity where coeducation recently caused
a row, Tho etudents held an lstedtl-
foil, which seems to he tho Welsh for
a glee club concert, nnd after that there
was lllitatlqn and disregard of the
chaptions' scoldings. For this ono
younK wom,an was rusticated, when
the rett of tho students threatened to
cut recitations In a bodyt but after a
few days thought better of It and sub
lVMN-KII-I.l-U, so Justly celebrate I
was introduced to ma puuiic nunut six
ty years aito, nntl now enjoys a popu
larlty iineiiimllcd by nny other mo 11
cine. For tho euro of dysentery, cholera
mourns, rheumatism, coughs una colas
scalds, burns, etc.. It Is without an
cniinl. Sold by nil durgglsts, Avoid
substltutts, thcro Is but ono 1'nln-Kll!
er, I'erry IJavlsT l'rlce 25c. and KOc,.
FREAR ISSUES THE WRIT
L. A. Thurston, who was ordered to
jail yesterday by Judge Humphreja
until such a time as he rhould be wilt
Ing to go before the Grand Jury and
answer questions propounded, was
granted his freedom lost evening by
Chief Jtistlco Frear upon an application
for a writ of habeas corpus. The writ
will be argued before the Chief Jus
tice Monday morning at 10 o'clock.
Meanwhile Mr. Thurston Is at large
under bond of $500, with A. S. Hart well
and A.V. Pearson as sureties.
Mr. Thurston was not put behind the
bars. He was In the custody, of .Bail
iff Hopkins In the Judiciary building
until near 3 o'clock, having his lunch
served at that time. After being In
the custody of High Sheriff Brown for
a little more than an hour, he was re
leased as above stated.
, ARREST ON INDICTMENTS.
Service o'f bench warrants for the ar
rest of persons Indicted by the Grand
Jury were returned yesterday as fol
lows: II. Anclon, .charged with larceny
In the second degree; Kamaltt, charged
with rape; t Sweetie Smith, charged
with assault and battery with n dan
Answer has been filed by the de
fendants In the suit of Fred Mycr vs.
David K. Naono and Jessie T. Naone
by C. C. illttlnrr.
A. O. Correa for th" defendant lias
filed answer In the suit of J. M. Vivas
vs M. Qusamao Sllva.
Account of sales has been returned
by C. P. Grlmwood. comlssloner to
mako certain sales In the estate of
Marian C. Dowsott. The total receipts
from tho sale were $1201.50.
Llbcleo In tho divorco suit of Ah
Sam vs. Tom Chan has filed answer to
the complaint denying the allegations
of cruelty, and non-support. Tho ans
wer alleges that the llbellant has lie
serted her home and Is living In ndul
tery with one Yce Kal. Prayer.ls mode
for absolute divorce and custody of tho
E8TEE AWARD8 SALVAGE.
JudKO M. M. Ksteo decided the sat
vago case yesterday of Robert U. Hind
vs. brlgantlno Consuelo, giving the II
bellant n Judgment of 1750. Paul Nou
mann for llbellant; Robertson & Wll
der for defendant.
The claim for salvage grew out of tho
rescue of tho Consuelo from Mahukona
harbor by the Upolu during a storm
nbout October 23. 1900. The latter ves
sel towed tho former to sea.
' CITY OF PUKING NO'JES.
The City of Peking did not get away
for San Tranclsco until nearly 3 o'clock
this morning. The blame for the delay
may bo laid to tho piling of freight in
the coal bunkers, necessitating a lot of
work to remove the same for the tak
Ing on of coal. Had It not been for
this work, the Peking could easily hao
got away nt 7 o'clock In the ecnlng,
There was a large crowd nunard tno2ZZ, pag- "J,
City of Peking last night listening ta
the music of the Filipino stringed In
strument orchestra that Is being taken
to nuffnlo. The enjoyment of every
ono was complete. The Filipinos play
ed for a couple of hours and then re
tired. "Hut, ma, Undo John eats with his
"Hush, dear .Unclo John la rich
enough to cat with Urn shovel if he
prefers It." The Denver Republican.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FIRST CIRCUIT,
Tmltniyot Hawaii. Ai tli.mlvr., In r'ofc"' In
Hi. maittr nt ilia rt'al, of Llla Luc "I wai,.,
farltltli lata-, iKtittl. OniMJInKanlrillnciIi.
pttiilun anJ accoml. of T R K.ywor h, sola ani
turvlvinevxecLt rot it), wlllo! tali JM.ai.4, ah.r
In he attt thnl (l aceo.nl be cxamlni Jnd arprovrJ,
aJ that a dial or Jvr t mala iIJ klrltutloil ijt U
pror.ity rrina nln; in hit fcanJa to tt,a ftrun. tlxti
to rntlll.l. inJ Jixlurtlng him from all further rr
sconatbi Ity a audi aMutor. Il I. crJcrei, that
TrlJiy. tha.i.t Jay nf Jun. A D i , ok at ten o clock
a.m., at t,l Court Room of the Mil Court at llano
I1A0. LUnJ of Uihu. banj In. urn. heretv laat-
polnJ a. thet m. aoi r'aca for heailns ail J petition
ani arcouua, anitlutail erontln ete.tcJ may then
ani there arpearanithowcauve.lf anythey h.e hy
th tame a'louli not r cranted, ani may present avl
irnca a. u Mho are entlilei to the aaii properly.
Honolulu, A.ril at. tool.
by th. Court,
liavAprll aa. May e.n.t. Cleilc
IN THC CIRCUIT COURT. FIRST CIRCUIT
Ttrrltot) of Haoall. Al chamber., In wobate, In
the matter of the e.t.'e of Joaulm ia Motta. lata of
Honolulu, Oahu, ieceaari. On reailnf ani Mire
tta pet t on ani nccuunla of the aiminlt'ratorn' tha
e.tate of tali iecjatei, therein he aka that his a.:
coun a ta examined ani approved, ani that a linal
O'ier r mai. ol illitrltulion or me property remain
me It his rania to the persons trerctt etitnlei ani
iitcha'clnr him from ail further re-.pon.lt'llltv at
such administrator. It It ordered, lhat I rlday the
nh say o Jan., A D. tot, at ten o clock am, be
fjrelli. Jud.e of tali Limit at lb. Couif Room ol
the aali Court at Honolulu, Mari of Oahu. b. at i
the sa ee hertby Is apt olntri as the time and place
for hearing said petition and accounts, and (hat ail
persons Intere.ttd mav then and there arjearani
show taus . If any lliey have. iy thessme sliouii
tvit ba Kranled, and may present evlderce as to who
are rnllllti to the said r roper y
Honolulu, April sC, toa1.
tly the Court
iBitAprll o, May6,iij Clelk
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. TIRST CIR UIT.
of lh Territory of Hawaii In probate at chambers,
InthemauerofttwestaeotMakann (w) deceased
testate On readlnie ani fillrte th. reiltlon of Sam' el
Wooltev. a 'mlntitrator w h the will anneiei of sali
cslatr, playing tor an orier of sa'e of certain real
asta e reionrinj- to saia oeceasea, a,ij seuiiiK lorn,
cettain r-aons why sjch real istat. thou i nut t
s,i It It hereby ordered lhat all pcitort iniertsted
In the sali estate arrar belo this coi rt on MON
DAY, lh mil d-y "I JUNE, A I) 011, at ten o'clock
am, at the curt Room of thlaCouit, In Honolulu,
Oahu, that ani there to show causa why an order
Should not be ci anted
Honolulu, May t), ivot,
By tlieCourt t
J. A. TIIOMPSOfT
ROBERTSON St WILDER. Clerk
Estate of Beta Myhre, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
All creditors ol Beta Myhre, irceasei, are hereby
notified to present their claims, duly authenticated.
and wlthth. proper ouchers. It any ixlst. een it me
't.lm It uTttrvJ hv miirlff ji'e urun real estate, to me
at m residence at Honoullull, Island of Oahu, wiihln
sU months from the Jate nllrils notice. If such
claims be not presented within .Is months from the
da'aol tins notice tney ana:) pa torever rarrej
HiinoullLilL tljhu. April iq. tool
I.AKL i. AtVIMtr
AJmlnlslutomf theestateot Beta V,hre
ieceasei . iSig'Aprll t -ft.-.t
Notice to Creditors.
The undersigned, Mela A Suiheilari, tx'culrlx of
the will of Maila A Uiuns, latent Honolulu, Jticas
ei, admlttei to rrol,Altf Apnl .), 100, heebyt:let
nolloi 10 all rersont hat Ing claims airainsl th. e.tjte
of lali Afarla A Bruns, deceased, lu prrtettt the same
to her at Hunolu u, Oahu, within six iron hs from th.
dale of the hrst putl cation of this notice, . r tley will
b foreter baned,
Honolu u, May t, toot.
META A SUTHERLAND.
Instruments filed for record May 22, toot.
Fllst Pattv Second Party Class
F L HoogJ W F Allen, Tr M
Pang Ing Look Chong D
Hnneooand.hus L L AtcCandless D
J Walohlnh'and wf Hamakua Mill Co At
A Marques Mrs I- M Decker D
Mrs F M Decker A Marques D
II V Turner Haw'n T & I Co PA
Instruments filed for record May 2), toot.
First Party Second Pattv Class
Walklkl L & L Ass' 'A P Jones D
L Kalo E Kamakolu&hus D
E Kamakolu L Kalo D
A P Jcnes S C Allen M
J G Keamohull L Akana & Co L
E McCully Hlgglns Wa'klkl Lfic L A CA
nithnn r " n
EMcCullv Hlgglns Queen's Hospital 11
S Andrews L L McCandless AD
P K Nalwl S Andrews U
RECORDED, MAY 8, tool
JKahullto Don Hoy. .Dec 11, toot.'
10 year from March t, 1001, at foo per
an. For Kul 10498, Kalllil, Honolulu,
Oahu. Book 219, page 222.
fC Kapute and wife to A M Brown, May
l,tooi. to yrs from May 1, 1001, at f 10
per mo: nor Ap ), RP $943, Kul 802J,
Walklkl-kal, Honolulu, Oahu. Book 219,
H C Carpenter to H McKechnle, Rel,
May 6, tost; $too; por R P 3590, Domlnis
St, Honolulu, Oahu. Book 107, page 180
A S Wright ,et al to F M Brooks, D,
Alar n, loot; FJ500; lots 1, 2, 3 Independ
ence Park Tract, Honolulu, Oahu. Book
222, page 254.
Pallkea and husband, et als, to S Al
Damon, D Alay 7, 1931; 5400; por of Kono
til k I land, Aloanalua, Honolulu, Oahu.
Bcok 222, page 253.
C Brown, Tr, to L L AtcCandless, Rel,
May 7, toot; licoo; pors Ap 2, Kul 8305,
Alanoi, hwa, Oahu. Book 207, page 174.
H R Macfarlane and wife, et lj, to Utv
Ioi Feed Co, Ltd, D, .March 25, 1901;
Honolulu, Oahu ; Gr 3272 anJ 1 pc land
Halekauwlle at, Honolulu, Oahu, Book
222, page 249.'
Atnnula to KealohanU, D Atav 7. 1001:
ft.oo; R P 4570, Kul 73(0, Keauhou, N
Kona, Hawaii. Book 222, page 249.
H A Heen to S Ateheula, Rel. May 6, 1001
J200; R P.2286. Kul 8422. Paalaa. Walalua
Oahu: lots it and 12. Blk F. Kaplolani
Patk "Ad " Honolulu, Oahu. Book 187,
K Kapule and wife to A At Brown, L,
.May 1, loot; 10 yrs troiti May 1, 1901, at
5lo per mo; per Ap 3. R I 5943. Kul 8023,
Walklkl-kal, Honolulu, Oahu. Book 219,
San Kee to A S Parke, C At. May 7,
lost; $500, 2 yrs at 12 ; 2 mtgs and
leasehold, Berttania St, Honolulu, Oahu.
Book 221, page 360.
CAhFooCoto ;CoPD: May
II, 1900; Capital 53000; General Mdse
store. Queen and Richard Sts, Honolulu
Oahu. Book 224, page 79. -v
Trs Oahu College to H S Lovekln, Ex
D. Slav 7. loot: cor of alley In Blk 0.
College Hills Tract, Honolulu, Oahu. Book
2:2, page 263.
H S Lovekln to Tts Oahu College, Ex
n. Slav 1. inof. nor Lot to. Hlk 0. Col
lege Hills Tract, Honolulu, Oahu. Book
H T Marsh to N K Wilson. D. Mav 1,
looitp-r KP4422, Kul 529, Pswaa, Ho
nolulu, Oahu. fnco and Mtg $1800. Book
21J, page 250.
' L C Abies and wife to W B Allen. D,
April 26, toot; Lotil.efGr 1137. Kaalhee
tract. Honolulu, uanu, ttsoo. dook
2J2, page 258.
. N Neal and wife to E,N Harrison, D,
may a. 1001; per nui uoj, rwing at, nuim
lulu, Oahu. 6500. Book 222, pjge 25O.
W C GreR and wife to E Gilbert, D,
April 10. loot; urn 1. ni4mr iyjt,
Nuuanu Valley, Honolulu, Oahu. I1300,
Book 222, page 2O2.
Allna 10 Wat Ylnc. D. April 24. toot
Ap 1 and 2 RP 208, HP 200 Ap 1 and 2, t
pc land, Walawa Ewa, Oahu. 0 p:s
of land Walawa Ewa, Oahu. S3250.
Book 22 j, page 159.
Est. 11 P Bishop to Levi (k). D, Jan 6.
1892; Lot u of Or 35JJ, Kaunakakai, Mo
lokai. fl.co.. Book 222, page 257.
M M'Walker to T C Davlet. P A, May
8, tool; General Powers. Book 224, page
T R Walker to T C Dav'es et al, P A,
Mav 8, toot; General Powers. Book 224,
WFAIIrtiTrto Ako. Rel, Mayo, tool;
on Lands at N.Kona. Hawaii. f5. Book
145. page 202
W B Allen tea Bank of Hawaii Ltd. M.
MaVq, toot; Lot tl of Gr 1137, Kaalhee
Tract, Honolulu Oahu. 52500 at 8,
IidtK 2?o, page 221.
xj niunum piiu wiic cc ut in v rt.iii.iii.iii.
D. April 27, icot; Ap 2 RP tcoo, Kul
7500, waialioe, KooiaupoKo, uanu. Jsloo,
Book 223, page 157.
W B Hall to Bishop of Panopolls, M,
Mav 1. tost: Lot 84. KlneStlract. Ho
nolulu, Oahu. Jiooo, j years at 8?0'- Bosk
221, page 301
e . m
LONDON TO (SEATTLE.
Yokohamn, JIa' 10. Tho ,Kobo
Chronlclu loanls'that with the steam
er I'Ingsucy, sailing on tho 12th In
Bta'nt, tho China Mutual Stem.) Navi
gation Company commences a month
ly servlco to Senttlo from London,
via tho East, with a flno fleet of ten
f 1 eight steamers, fitted 'with all tho
latest Improvements for handling
cargo. Thu largest steamer Is tho
HjtDii, of A.COS gross and 4,232 net
tonnagu. ami n speed of 15 knots,
while tho smallest is tho Chlngwo,
3,883 gross and 2,517 net tonnago,
and a speed of 13 knots. A connec
tion Is mado at Seattle with tho
Orent Northern Hallway, which has
a gobd reputation for Its traffic ar
rangements, by which freights can bo
distributed to all points In Eastern
Canada and tho United States. Tho
full list of theso modern freight
steamers Is as follows: Hyson,
Yantrtszo, I'akllng, Klntuck, TMngsu
ey, MoMine, Teenknl, Kalsow, Oopack
' SAVE YOUR THOTOS.
The process of bindine pic
tures under glass is made si
simple by the introductjon of
the Gummed Binding." Paper
that anyo 'e can do it
It w II afT rd a pleasant even
ing's occupation and save your
photos trom tuln, to get wnat
you rt quire at KING BROS
and do the work yourself.
Full stock in any shade.
XHB HAWAIIAN .
Realty and Maturity Go.
We buy, sell and deal In all kinds of
Real Estate, Leases, Mortgages, BoriJs,
Etc. Loans negotiated, and all kinds of
Legal Documents drawn at shott notice by
skilled persons. Notary work solicited."
Our especial feature Is the Issuance of a
$103 Investment Certificate, which bears
Interest from the date issued, this of itself
Is sufficient, when well,, undetstnod to
guarantee that our company Is, and will
be popular. Call for particulars an J (In-,
OFriCE, 32 KINO ST.
PHONE, MAIN 141.
P. O. BOX, 26t
The well established Grocery Business
of C. Huitace, King street. For particulars
enquire of the undersigned
1847-lw CHAS. HUSTACE.
Notice of Removal.
HATCH Si SILLIMAN luxe removed
their offices to the Stangewald Building,
third floor, opposite elevator. i843-iw
Hereafter the time of departure from
Honolulu of the steamer "Mauna Loa" will
be 12 o'clock noon.
Shippers are hereby notlfi'd that freight
will not be recelsed after 10 o'clock a. m.
on day of sailing. This rule will be strict
STEAM NAVIGATION COv
McBryde Sugar Co., Lid.
.Notice Is hereby given that the eleventh
assessment of ten (10) percent O2.00 per
share),, levied on the assessable stock of
the McBryde Sugar Co.. Ltd., Is due on
June' 1st., loot, and will be delinquent
0.1 June 15th, 1901.
Stockholders will please make prompt
payment at the office of Messrs Theo. H.
Uavles & Co., Ltd.
F. M. SWANZY,
Treasurer, McBryde Sugar Co.. LrJ.
Honolulu, Slay nil, 1901. iiio-qt
We hereby bee to notify our customers,
and the public gen'rally, that hereafter we
shall Insist on reRulannonthly settlements
of all accounts owing us.
Any account remaining unpaid alter tne
las' dav of the month follow Inc Its con
traction, will be closed, and stops taken
lor Its immediate collection
METROPOLITAN MEAT Co , LTD
. G. J. WALLER, Manager.
HONOLULU MARKET CO., LTD.
lHiytf D. H. DAVIS, Manager.
HOTICE OP DISSOLUTION OF PART
NERSHIP. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the partnership heretofore existing betweei
John OuJerklrk, Fred Harrison and W. J.
England, doing business In Honolulu under
the firm name and style of W J. Englini
& Co., has this day been dissolved br
mutual copsent. The W. J. ErgUnl
Plumbing Co.. Ltd., a corporation, has
succeeded to the business heretofore car
ried on under said partnership name.
Dated April 20, iqoi.
I84Q-IW W. J. ENGLA.Wfc
NOTICE OF ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At at apeclal meeting of the ORLGOX
BUILDING CO., LTD., held on the 26th
da of April, toot, at rcom 306, JuJi
bulldln?.' Honolulu, the following were
elected the t flicers of the corporation fjr
the ensuing year :
A. V. Gear President
J. Lani'o, Vice-President
Victor Hoffman, Treasurer
L. A. Kostln, Secretaty
John F. Riley Auditor
Dated Horn luu, April 26, toot.
L. A. ROST1N,
1840-tw . Secretary.
NOTICED .ELECTION OF OFFIOERL
At a special meeting of the W. J. ENfr
LAND PLUMBING CO., LTD , held on uV.
23fd day of April, loot, at room oG, Juci
Building. Honolulu, the following were
elected the officers of the corporation for
the ensuing vear :
John Ouderklrk President
W. J. England Vice-President
Fred Harrison Treasurer
F. J. Wllhelm Secret. ry
J. Finney, ....Auditor
Dated Honolulu, April 2), loot.
l8to iw Setretirv.
Tenders forPai;ti or. Hard PdL
OFFICU OF TUB nOARD OF HEALTH.
Honolulu, May 20, toci.
Sealed tenders for supplying the Leper
Settlement with Paial or Hard Pol, u-H
be received at tills office, until uo'dod:
noon, Friday, May 31st iqoi. '
The Palal to be freshly made and secire-.
ly packed In flour bags and deliver eJt-n
good condition, at the Kalaupipt Undlns
In quantities ordered by the Supeiiatro
dent, averaging 400 bundles per wttk.
The bundles of Pa'ai to be of two sire
one to weigh 2t pounds net and lite otbtr
size to weigh 25'pounds net. BUs lor
supplying for respective terms oflwofti
yeirs; four (4) yearst sl (tj years, ani
eight (8) years are sjre tally Invited. Sup
ply to begin with tlility d lys after slgulne
of the contract.
The cmtr.ictor must i!e a bord wlti
apptoved sureties In (lie sum of not Jeiu
than one thoi'SJiid dollat (51000,) conJH
tinned for the faithful rerformance of the
The Bids bliould be endorsed "Teudtr
for P.1I1I". Tlit Hoard of Health does not
bind Itself to accept the lo.vest or any bid.
By order of the Board of Health.
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