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EVDNINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. II. T., FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1901.
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LIms of Traiel.
Oceanic Steamship Company,
111 stMmezt et tSls line will arrWs ni leare this port u hereunder:
Adaltloaal. ana tin Utcil bblpptn, Nlwl, will t
fouod on lb, tlrhth pact.
FROM SAN FRANCI8CO.
1 MARIPOSA Mar 25
SONOMA ....June i
. t , , FOR BAN FRANCISCO.
-MARIPOSA '. May 29
VENTURA June 4
In connection with the sailing ot the abort steamers the agent are pre
red to Issue, to Intending paiiengere, coupon through tickets by any rail
toad from San Francisco to all points In the United State, and from New
Fork by any steamship line to all laropean ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLT TO
Wm. 6. Irwin & Co., Limited,
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIO 8. & 00.
Monday ,, ,,
l ' .
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamerl of th atava companlil will call at Honolulu and
ieav inn port on or arout tna jaiti rciow mention..!.
For Japan and China
COPTIC MAY 28
AMERICA MARU JUNK 6
PEKINO JUNE 13
GAELIC JUNE 21
HONOKONG MARU JUNE 29
CHINA JULY 6
DORIC JULY 10
, NIPPON MARU JULY 24
PERU " AUG. 1
For San Franeitio:
GAELIC MAY 28
HONGKONG MARU JUNE 7
CHINA JUNE li
DORIC JUNE 22
NIPPON MARU JULY 2
PERU JULY 9
COPTIC JULY 19
AMERICA MARU JULY 26
PEKINO AUO. 3
GAELIC AUO. 13
First Quarter of the Moon on tho 24th
at 7:10 p. m.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu Tide: from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Surrey Tables.
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of the meridian of 157 30. Tho
time whistle blows at 1:30 p. m., which
is the same as Greenwich Oh, Om.
Mutters of vessels sailing from this
port for San Francisco will And there
a branch uf tho U. S. Hydrographlc
Office located In the Merchants' Ex
change, w litre Is maintained for their
ncnefit free of charge, complete iet
of charts imd directions of tho world.
Latest Information can be obtained re
I EJrilltif lights, dangers to navigation
' and all matters of Interest to ocein
For central Information apply to P. M. S. S. Co.
H. HACKFIBLO & CO, LTO. AGENTS.
GaoadiaQ - Austraffao Royal Hail Steamship Company.
airSuaaura of abovi Una. ra.a'af la connoctlon wltt ti CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
Mtviw VancooTW, B. C and S-'Mr, N. S. W.. aal calUa, al Victoria. B. C, Hoa.laloaaa Brlitaci
t OlIB AT HONOLULU 1 10 ia,n lilataa tofow auud Tin
FROM VIGOUVER AND i;T.I
P.t Bilibaaa aadSydaayi
Aorantl ,,. Vtiy 1
Mlowtra -. li'y
asmroatb Ickata laioad from HMolala llCu.
ratiai .1. ai narai laroraiauoa, apply 10
WOM SYDNEY AND BRISBANI
For Victoria aad Vaacotmr (B.C.):
. .. Ji.ro
C3 (ore... F01 Frlt aad
Theo. H. Davlce & Co., Ltd., Gcn'l Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co,
Direct Service between
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
. S OREGONIAN, 6,000 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 -
Freight received at company's wharf. 42J Street, South Brooklln, at all times.
For further particulars apply to '
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Lines of Travel
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ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
y POUR DAYS to New York.
1 man Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing anJ Library Cars, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Roums.
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..
I4ji Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Co.
and After January 1,
MOVEMENTS OP STEAMEItS.
Steamers duo and to nail for the next
thirty dnjs are as follows:
Steamer;. From. Due.
Marlpom S. V. May 25
Gaelic Yokohama May 28
Coptlc-S. T May 28
Sonoma 3 r. Juno 4
Ventura Colonies June 4
Ami rl'M Marti S. V. June 5
MI(jw. a Colonies Juno S
Honfl: jek Marii Yokohama June 7
Moatin Victoria June 8
City of rtkinG S. F. Juno 13
Marlpoa S. F. Juno 15
Chlnn Yokohama Juno 15
'Ga'lle H. V Juno 21
Doric Yokiihainu Juno 22
Ventura S. F. Juno 25
Sierra Colonies June 25
. Honi,'koi)(; Maru S. F. Juno 29
Steamers. For. Due.
Gaelic S. F. May 28
Coptic Yokohama May 28
Mariposa H. F May 29
!?onoma Colonies Juno 4
Ventur 3. F. Juno 4
i America Mnru oYkohamn .. Juno
I Mlowera Victoria Juno 6
I Hnnrkoci; Maru S. F. Juno 7
Moana Colonies June 8
City of iviiitg Yokohama . Juno 13
China.8 F Juno lb
1 Marlpo'a S. F. Juno 19
Gaelic Yokohama Juno 21
Dorlf S. F June 22
Ventura Colonies Juno 25
Sierra 3 r. Juno 25
HongkoEE Mam Yokohama Juno 29
N. P United States Army trans
port may U ixpccti'd from San Fran
cisco in 'lie 9th ami -4th of each
month, -n to'iln to Manila.
SAVE YOUR PHOTOS.
, The process of binding pic
tures under glass is made s"
simple by the introduction of
the Gummed Binding Papsr
that anyone can do it.
It w II afford a pleasant even-
inc's occupation and save your
taUiMkt, Mag..n Block. ' 'S I. 'klNcf bRol'
and do the work youpelt,
Lines of Travel.
YOU CAN DO IT NOW
THE - INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group e.scept Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 $'-'.
Authority of Cooper
As Acting Governor
Attorney General n. P. Dole yesterday
rendered an opinion addressed; "To
Ills Excellency Henry E. Cooper, Act'
Ing. Governor of the Territory of Ha
wall." Tho opening of tho document
"I have the honor, at your request,
to submit the following opinion as
to whether you are Acting Governor
will all the powers, for the time be
ing, of Governor of tho Territory of
"It often happens that questions arise
In the administration of public affairs
which ate matters ot opinion. In which
reasons and legal authorities pro and
con must be considered and a decision
reached by neighing ono lino of rea
soning and authority against another.
In regard to this matter I seo abso
lutely no room for a difference of opin
ion or tor the slightest doubt.
"Your authority as Governor rests
upon Section 70 of the Organic Act,
which Is as follows: 'That in case of
the death, removal, resignation, or
disability ot the governor, or his ab
senco from the Territory, tho secretary
shall exercise all tho powers and per
form all the duties or governor during
such vacancy, disability, or absence,
or until anothr governor Is appointed
and qualified;' and upon tho follow
ing letter from Sanford n. Dole, for
the time being ex-Governor of the
-" 'Expcutlve Chamber, Territory or
Hawaii. Honolulu. May 11th. 1901.
'"Honorable Henry E. Cooper. Sec
retary of the Territory of Hawaii, Ho
nolulu, II. T.
"Sr: Finding that tho Htato of
m"y health docs not permit n satisfac
tory performance of my ofllclal du
ties, and being advised by my physi
cian that n change to a cooler locality
with n complete relief from work Is
imperative for tho restoration of my
health, I request you, as Acting Gov
ernor, to assume tho powers nnd du
ties of my omdal position until such
tlmo as I nm able to rcsumo them.
I enclose for your Information, a
copy or tho letter ot or. c. u. w 000.
" 'Very respectrully,
(Signed) SANFORD R DOLE.' "
Tho Attorney General then quotes
a New Jersey decision, relative 10 lin
ing vacancies In the common council
of the city of Newark. In this It wns
held that tho word "disability" was
"oxtcnslvo enough to cover, and was
designed to cover, any cnuso wnicn
prevented the commissioners from act
ing." Further, this nuthorltv holds
that, where nn omrlal's resignation
has been accented, "There Is In such n
raso n disability, which may bo law
Then n New Hampshire decision Is
cited, the svIlnbiiR of which says:
"The rhalr of the governor Is vacant
nlthln the moaning of the 49th article
of the constitution, when his perma
nent or temporary disability nnd tho
necessities of tho public service re
qulro his omrlnl duties to lio perform
ed by n substitute In this case Gov
ernor Ooodoll wroto to Attorney Gen
eral Rnrnnrd. saving. "Please take
such stops as von think necessnry to
rnitse the president of tho Senate to
exerclso tho powers ot tho ofllco ot
the governor during tho vacancy caus
ed by my Illness. I nm not nblo tn
perform tho duties of tho ofllco, and
tho public service should not suffer
from mv innbllltv." Tho quoted re
marks of tho Chief Justice, In render
ing tho opinion, show thnt under tho
constitution ot New Hampshire tho
president of tho Scnnto waB "In fact,
though not In name," lieutenant-governor
ot the State. It Is held by the
snmo nutnnrlty that rules of construc
tion should not bo npplled tn words
In a constitution which would glvo
them a different mennlng to that In
tho mind of the people when adopting
"Tho mischief designed to bo pre
vented." by tho article under review
of the New Hampshire constitution,
"wns the suspension of exccutlvo gov
ernment by the governor's death, ab-
senco from tho State, or disability,
says tho Chief Justlco. adding, "Tho
proscribed remedy Is tho duty of n
substitute to net In cases of necessity.
Trio services of n substitute may bo
necessary when tho governor's nil
senco or disability Is temporary, ns
well ns when It Is permanent."
MORE CARE NEIiDUD.
Instruments filed for record May
P K Nalwa
Est U Auld
A F Cooke
W W Wright
E McC lllgglns
Second Party Class
S Andrews D
O ZW Walkalal PA
Young Chow S L
P K Herrv & bus
W W Wright L
A Dre er C M
C H W Ahl PA
h P Chapln P A
Instrument tiled for record Mav 21. toot
First Party Second Party Class
II E Ashley Bank of Hawaii M
F RowolJ JG de Sllva R
RECORDED MAY 10. 1901.
W J England & Co to W J P England
& Co, Ltd, B S, April 20, tool; stock in
trade, contracts Sec, Honolulu, Oaliu. $1
and 325 pd up shares. Book 224, page 85.
C L Clement to G A Howard Jr, C M,
May 10, toot; Interest In Pioneer Adver
tizing Co, Fort St, Honolulu, Oahu, I250.
Book 22t, page 3O0.
A V Gear and wife to F Harrison, D,
May 3, 1901; pc land, Nuuinu St, Honolu
lu, Oahu. f 1000 ar.d i of mtg f 3G00.
Book 222, page 267.
W A Haddenand wife to CMCookeLtd,
M, May to, 1001; por Lot 942, Gr 3632,
Punchbowl Slope, Honolulu, Oahu. Por
Lot 491. Gr 3724, Punchbowl Slope, Ho
nolulu Oahu. 53000. Book 220, page
Sam Tal Co 'o J H Fisher," A L, Feb 1,
loot; leaseholj, Fort St. Honolulu, Oahu.
f20oo. Book 219, page 224,
A A Long to Ah York, L, : RP
2409. Kul 8287; RP 2426, Kul 10G22, Ap 2,
Paloii, Honolulu, Ualiu. 15 yrs from
June ii 1807 at 520. Book 218, page 274.
Honolulu Investment Co, Ltd to P C
Jones Ld, M, May 9, tool; Lots 3, 4, 5, of
Gr 3634, Honuakaha, Honolulu, Oahu. 2
po'sRP 4547, Kul 820, Alakea St. fio,
o 0, 3 yrs at 7 per cent. Bo k 220, page
J H Fisher to S C Allen, C M, .May 8,
toot; leasehold, Fort St, Honolulu, Oahu,
30000 for 3 yrs at 7 percent. Book 221,
RECORDED MAY it. 1901.
C K AI to H A Keen, A L, April 30. toot
Int in leas hold, Kekaullke St, Honolulu,
Oahu, 5ioo. Book 219, page 329.
J W Austin to Wing Chong Lung Co.
L, March 13, loot; pc land comer Maun
akea and Hotel bts, Honolulu; 30 yrs from
date at 540, Book 219, page 325.
H Uo and hus to J D VV 1 1 lard, L, Mav
to, 1901 ; 10 acres land, Haena and Wai
nllia, Kauai; 5 years from date at 5ioo per
annum. Book 218, page 278.
H Bee-mann and w Ife to F S Ballow, M,
Mav 11, tijoi: lot 06. Klne St Tract. Hono
lulu, Oahu; 5iooo. 3 years at 8?,'. Book
220, page 229.
H Waterhouse to S Hookano, D, May 7,
8q7: lots 2. 3. 4. Blk 40. Prarl Cltv. Ewa.
Oahu; ?7SQ. Book 223, page 164.
FIRE CLAIMS COMMISSION
Realty and Maturity Co.
We buy, sell and deal In all kinds of
Real Estate, Leases, Mortgages, Bonds,
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
5200 Investment Certificate, which bears
Interest from the date Issued, this of Itself
Is sufficient, when well understood to
guarantee that our co.npany Is, and will
be popular. Call for particulars and In
formation. OFFICE, 3 KING ST.
PHONE, MAIN 141.
P. O. BOX, -At
The well established Grocerv Business
of C. Hustace, King streVt. For particulars
enquire of the undersigned
1847-tW iwHAS. HUblAt-b.
Notice Is hereby given that the sec
ond assessment of - per cent of tho
omnia Ileacli Hotel will be due and
payable June 1, 1901.
amis. j. H01.T,
Hereafter the time of departure from
Honolulu of the steamer "Mauna Loa" will
be 12 o'clock noon.
Sh DDers are herebv not lied that I relent
will not be received after 10 o'clock a. m.
on day of sailing. This rule will be strict
STEAM NAVIGATION CO.,
1 847-1 w LTD.
McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd.
Notice Is herebv elven that the eleventh
assessment of ten (10) percent (52.00 per
share), levied on the assessable stock of
the McBryJe Hugar Co.. Ltd., Is due on
June ut., 1901, and will be delinquent
0.1 June 15th, 1001.
Stockholders will pteae make prompt
payment at the office of Messrs Theo. H.
Davles & Co., LtJ.
F. M. SWANZY,
Treasurer, McBryde Sugar Co., Lrd.
Honolulu. May n'h, 1901. l839-9t
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for ) our message
as. Sua. t.llr
Street Railway Time Table,
KINO STRLCT LInI.
Car leave Wjlklkl lor town at i i. 6 it. 4 4 A
ani every H mlnuiei ihtrMtier ill to 41. tt.M inj i
ii'4t I'Mtrom Wa Klkl go tiittie punartiu btarlf
CrlMR Kaiic or I'awaa twitch (ot town at
S'SiA.H. m1 every it inu'eihrftfMI!I n fil'.M
Cars leave I rt an J Kir.,; titi corner fur r'alaota
at 6-io a.m. ani rvrrjr ij minuiti alter till n j
cart leiw lor t'aiama only at ana j:jo a i
I art low Ha'amalur Waikkl imam an Jewry
m mlnuuitltl o 4i P M . Ihvn et io;ti ani io 41 P.H '
The ti Ml'M trom Paliira tor t'umrtou urly give
to Walk Ik I on SaturJav
(uit:ae l urt anj King 'net corner lui kiiic
Range at ( au an 4 y a
Carlear tort ani Klnr? nrre'i. corner lor Walkikl
at 6 asa.. anivvvi) n mlnuivt till to ,). M ttien at
io u ni n:ij I'.H. Th u j$ I' n. to Waiklkl
BEHETAMA STREET ANI) M'l'ANU VALLEY
Car leae Puruhoti Statle for Timnaljjoani
Full stock it any shade.
A Georgia man who moved to Kansas
some tun' iigo writes to say: "This is
then lift cuntry 1 ever saw. Sly wife
is Chief' f 1'ollco, nnd tho has promised
me a Job 'n tho force." Atlanta Constitution.
y, C. HMrrn, Oen'l Pass. 4 Ticket
O. P. Dbnihqh, Hnporlntsndent
Wiider's Steamship Corapany
FOR ISLAND PORTS
Uoueral Manager ot
Ib RauUible Life Auuvnicj SoeisV-
(ir th Unltod State lor the Hawaiian
Cffteai M.rehMtt t UMt, Hi'
Tenders for Paiai or Hard Poi.
OfFICI. Or THE HOARD OF HEALTH.
Carslea9 OahjCclleirc lor to n ani Valley at
6.10 6. jo ani ? to A.w ani ewf) lomlnutit till 10.10
!, t xcepi in even nour anj nan, nour cai vmitu
run (mm the StaMe
Carleae Nuuanu Valley at io 6 o t'o a, an J
every io minutes tlit-reatter till i u l M
Cart leav hurt anj Quern nrrtts lor Cunahou
College at 6 oj 6.aj 6 4$ a w ani etry 10 mlru et
after till 9 4f p.m. Alter that the far run t.i t'it
buNeup to ii.ioi'.w.MttUlilitltetattcar from Town,
reaching tht Stable at 11 hm
ON CALL ALL NIGHT.
AUTOMOBILE GO,, LTD.
Honolulu, May 20, 1001.
Sealed tenders for supplying the Leper
Settlement with P.tlal or Hard Pol, will
be received at this bfflce, until la o'clock
V. l1J I UII4IIUU .-nut I'" IUBII HI I ).ll t-.il . .
lorTunanJVallryal.o i ) c. io I t 40 t arj noon, Friday, May 31st 1901.
The I'aial to be freshly maJe and secure
ly packed In flour hags and delivered In
good condition at the Kalaupapa landing
In quantities ordereJ by the Superinten
dent, averaging 400 bundles per week.
The bundles of Palal to be of two sizes
one to weigh zi pounds net and the other
size to weigh 2$ pounds net. Bids tor
supplylngfor respective terms of two (2)
years; four (4) years; six (6 years, and
eight (8) years are specially invited. Sup
ply to begin with thirty days after signing
of the contract.
Tt, srnlr irtnr mutt fil n hrtt-.d upllli
Coupon Books Sold. Special Rates i app!oveJ SMre,es llUhe sum ofnot ,es4
made for "Automobile Parties,
NOTE Drivers are not allowed tn make
any rates except thoe furnkhed 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 w III gladly adjust ny dlf-
Office on King St., near
LOUIS T GRANT.
than one thousjiiJ dollars (J1000.) conJI
1 tinned for the faithful performance of the
I The HIJs should be endorsed " lender
for Palal". The Hoard of Health does i.ot
bind Itself to accept the lowest or any bid.
Ily order of the Hoard of Health.
1 84 c, 4t Secretary.
I3dltor Evening Dullctln; The death
df Patrolman Wuluers tho direct re
sult of an effort on his part to stop a
1 mm way on tho streets of this city,
brings to mind tho fact that such run
aways nrc altogether too frequent for a
city ot tho size of Honolulu.
Ono of tho most pote'it factors In this
matter of ninanayb is the character of
persons to whom licenses tiro grnntcd.
Whatever the courso of examination
prior to granting such liccnsrs may he,
the fact cannot be disputed that a ma
jority of runaways are caused ly Ignor-
anco anil incapacity on the part nf It
cenbecl drivers. Tho llcenBlug of per
sons for this class of duties on tho
public highways should lio preceded by
a rigid examination (not 11 coaching)
by tho person authorized to grant li
censes. Such examination should be conduct
ed by soma ono other than tho Hack
Inspector, for, with all duo respect to
tho Incumbent of that olllce, it 'is in
compntlblo with tho proper dlschnrgo
of his duties as an Inspector that ho
should have the licensing power to
create the very conditions his Inspec
torship Is to regulate. Aside from this
fact, tho vast Increaso nf hacks and au
tomobiles makes ample work In tho
direct lino ot Inspections.
Tho next factor in the mako up nf
tho "runaway contingent" Is tho absurd
and cilmlnnl practice ot soma fond
parents and guardluns who think it
looks "smart" and "cute" to seo a child
of tender years holding tho reins over
nn animal's hack ulillo tho rest of the
folks go Into a store to do their shop
ping. Tho third factor Is tho person who
needs no ndvlco as to how to drive
knows It all In fact and capable (In
their own minds) to ride or drive any
thing from n Mexican mustang to 11
double team nf recently Imported
The death of W'ullinrs merits Inqiiliy
by a Jury Into tho couti Unitary negll
genco of thu peison grunting a. license
to tho driver of tho hniso and vehicle
which caused his death .
In pursuance of the requirements of
Act 15 of the Legislature of the Terr!'
lory of Hawaii, being "An Act to pro
vide for the ascertainment and pa ment
ot all claims which may bo made by
persons whose property wns destroyed
by lire in the years A. I). 1S99 and 1900,
under orders of the Hoard of Health."
public notice Is hereby given that the
Commission provided for in said Act
tins been duly organized, and claims for
damages may bo presented and filed
with the Commission, nt tho rooms ot
the Chamber ot Commerce, Campbell
I ltlnrk rnrnnr nf Pnrt nnd Merrhnnt
Streets, Honolulu, II. T., dally on nnd
after Monday, the 27th day ot May,
1901, between the hours of 'J o'clock a
m. nnd I o'clock p. m.
No claim for speculative or consequen
tial damage, or for loss nf rent or tiso of
property, or loss of prndts through the
Interruption ot business, nor any loss
except for destruction of or direct
damago to property by lire or removal,
will be considered by tho Commission.
nor any such claim be considered at all
unlkss i'ui:si:nti:i) to and
FII.KI) WITH Till: COMMISSION
WITHIN FOl'H MONTHS from this
date ns provided for in said Act.
Claims will bo heard In the order In
which they nro llled, unless for special
rensons the Commission shall other
wise direct, hut no clulm Bhall be heard
within three days uftcr tho same la
All claims shall bo filed In duplicate
by tho claimants or their assignees and
halt bo verified by their oath respec
tively, nnd It the claimant bo deceased
or a minor tho claim shall bo presented
by his legal representatives.
Kach claim shall contain an Itemized
rntcment In tho English or Hawaiian
language of the loss unstained, tho date
of tho loss and how It occurred, the
nature of tho property lost and Its situ
ation at the tlmo ot its loss, ami if the
loss consists of destruction of or dam
age to a building, tho nnmo of tho
owner nf tho land whereon It stood nnd
tho naturo of tho Interest of tho claim-
nut or his assignee In the building, and
In case ot Insurance, tho amount for
which the property was Insured, the
nnmo of the Insurer nnd how much in-
Eiirnnco was paid thereon.
Illank forms for use of claimants In
linking up statement of losses will be
furnished upon application.
Duo notlco will bo given of tho time
niul placo the Commission will be In
session to hear and examine proof of
l W. MACFWni.ANi:.
A. N, KHI'OIKAI,
JOSEPH O. I'ltATT.
A. C. I.OVEKIN,
I' J. TESTA.
Paled Honolulu, May 21. 1901.
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.
i8,ytf P.H. DAVIS. Manager.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FIRST CIRCUIT.
Territory of Hawaii At chambert. In probate, la
the matter of the ettate of John K. Wright, late of
Honolulu, Oahu The lat will ani testament of mU
Jeceaiei having been prewnieJ to tali court, t
sethT with a petltloi fur the probate thereof, ani tor
the Issuance ot Ut'era tntamentary to William O.
Smith, Anna S. Wright ani William H. Wtlc',t hav
ing been ftlei. No.ke lliercby given that Hliay,
the Tth, day of June, A. t. loif, at to o'clock a ji. U
tali Jay. at the Court Room of tali Court, at Hvt
lulu, Oahu, be ani the name hereby I ap pointed tna
time ani place for proving tali will ari hearing sali
lionoiuiu, may it, ijoi.
Ii) the Court.
igtV1ay t.to IT.14 Cleftc
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST CIRCUIT,
Territory of Hawaii. At clumbers, In probitv, la
the tmntter of the csfa'e ot Donali (i Canrbell, allaa
Ji Osborne, late of Honolulu, Oahu. Cnreailnc
ani filing te petition of la Eskew. aimlnlstratot,
praj ine tor an orier of safe ot ce tain rral estate tw
lontzl'c tosaliestite. situate at Waiklkl, Honohtio,
Oahu, ani setting f""ti certain If fit reasons why
such real state h li be soli. It Is hereby oriVfr
that the tielri ani next of kin of sali ieteaui ani alt
rvrsons InterttVi In the sali estate, appe.irhefa.-c
this Court on FrlJav, the ith Jay of J of. A 0, '4?t.
at io o'clock a m.. at the Court Room ot this Court. !
Honolul", Oahu, then ani thereto show cause why aa
rrier shuuli not be jrantei for the sale of such es
Honolulu, May tst, 1901 ,
Uy the Court.
IN THE CIRCUIT COUR. FRST CIRCUIT.
Territory of Hiwall. In proba'e, at chambers U
tha matter of the estate of I'llwl Panaewa. late r
Honolu'u. Oahu, Jeceasei, testate. The last 111 ant
testament ot tali Jecasei having bten presented H
sau oun. togetner wnn a petition ror luerromv
thereof, ani for the Issuance oflctiersol aamlnls
tratlon with will annexei to John A. Uaker havkp
beenhlei. Notlc Is hereby gvn that MONDAY.
IO U CI9iK in.,
Oahu. Is JP-
dnirJ the tlire ani tlaca fur trot rne tali will and
hearing sa'i application, when ani where any perse
Interestei may aprear ani shuw cats, If any hy
hae, hy the rrr of sali petition should not be
nonoiuiu, uanu, my , nxi,
trie iflhdavof JUNE. A D loor,
In the Judiciary Hullilng, Honolulu,
It., .tin ('.ill,.
. ... -"J'" ?(
j. M. dwidon. t.sy,
J. A. THOMPSON,
Tbo Dullctln, 75 cents per month.
Tor tlio KuManeo of claimants, the
following Kulf no adopted by the Com
mission, U I.eiewHU published;
In order to facilitate biiBiness, claim
nntH uro directed to present claims for
looses of merchandise, Roods, wares
nnd stocks In trado. In nn itemized
form, describing the Kind nnd value
thert'of. upon n schedule to ho mnrhed
M'xblblt A.' and all claims for losses
of peihonal belongings. Jeutliy, house
furnishings nnd other chattels upon a
fcchetlulo to bo market 'Txhlblt IV
nnd for all losses appertaining to build
ings nt; of building fixtures upon n
schedule to be mniked "Inhibit C,"
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, TIRST CIRCUIT. T.
If At chambers. In rmbate. Inthe matter of (be es
tate ot Uliibeth K.IIInchim late ot Honolulu. Oalia,
Jeceased, On reading ani filing the petit!-, an."
accounts of tlte executors ot tr Mltlot sa'i dictate 1.
whtieln they ask that their accounts rra berxamirrl
and arrroteJ, a J tnai a nnai orjer r ivtot vi an
tritutlun of the property remaining in tir tumfst
the ptrsins thereto entitled, anJ Jlutiargn tfieu.
from all further responsibility as such executtrs It
l ordered that Moni the t?ihJay ol June, A D,
oat, at ten o cock a.u. at ine court kooib m rse
sli Cojrt at Honolulu. Iitani of Oahj. Iw t4 A
same hercb Is arpolntei a the tlmu and placv f
hearing sali petl'lon ani accounts, n 1 hatail tr
sons Interestei may then ani there appearand si
Cause. It any they have, why the sameshouli rot br
grantej, ana nay present ewaencr as iuwuurr -litWJ
to the sali property.
Honolulu, May 9, iqci
By the Couit
iliMav 10 it ti . it uJ k.
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