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EVENfNO Htn.LETIN. HONOLULU, H. T.. SATURDAY, MAY 25. 1901.
Oceanic Steamship Company:
n steamer of tils line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA May 25
SONOMA June 4
In connection with the tailing of the above iteamert the agents ire pre
Mred to Issue, to Intending, passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
Sork by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited,
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 8. 8. CjO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go. .
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Sttimtrtot tht ato ampinUs
leavt inis ton on or acorn
For Japan and China:
COPTIC MAY SS.OAEMC MAY
AMERICA MARU JUNE 5
PEKING JUNE 13
GAELIC JUNE 21
HONGKONG MARU JUNE 29
CHINA JULY C
DORIC JULY 10
NIPPON MARU JULY 21
PERU AUG. 1
For general Information
H. HACKFIBLQ &
4r Staiatri of U abort Hat, nealar ro cciKtloo with ttt CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
tSJIWTSJB T S.DCPIJVWT, Di U , ID4 J"-"J, H..J. Ti
'IVC A7 JtUUltfltU 1 SO ItCC
FROM VANCOUVER AND r"V
Jot B.ltUtt todSySntyi
Atringt . V.iv i
Mcana ..,,, Iua
Mlowtta ,. )iy
OTkr09tl Ickitilimtdlrca Hccolulo to Cu,
"It aed ai craiiLrmai0B, arp'yto
Theo. H.Davtes&Co..Ltrf Gen'lAftcnts.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
:. S OREGONIAN, G.oco tens, to sail about May 25.
S S AMERICAN, G.ooo tons, tc sail about June 15.
S.S.HAWAIIAN, Coco tons, to sail
Freight received at company's wharf. 42d Street, South Brooklln,at all times.
i-or turtner particulars apply to
C. P. MORSE,
General Freight Agent
Lines of Travel
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FRO.M
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
y ruuK liats 10 new icrx.
I man Palace Sleepers. Bufiet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Btiber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
in Third street. Portland. Oreeon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK. General Aient.
No. 1 Montgomery, St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. S: T. A.,
lj2 Omaha. Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Co.
F. C. SiiiTn, Oon'l Pass, Jt Ticket
a P. I)KytON. 83Prlntandsnt
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS
tnerl Hanrger oi
Tb Igoitible Lift Assatuce SocU
0 tb.1 United Btateo foi tht HwmM;
Oiiidii Mi'ohMit itrsel. Hi v
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA :....May 29
VENTURA June 4
will call a Honolulu ani
tnt Jaict cio mcMio i.
For San Francisco:
CHINA JUNE 15
DORIC JUNE 22
NIPPON MARU JULY 2
PERU JULY 9
COPTIC JULY 19
AMERICA MARU JULY 20
PEKING AUG. J
GAELIC AUG. 13
apply t P. M. S,
calllat at Victoria, D. C, Honolulu aoa Briiutii
1 iam miow iuim via i i
. .. . .
YUM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
or Victoria aad vancouvn (B. C.)i
Muni .v. May i
Ml)tt Jun. 1
svnt : Jul) 1
Mnini ju'y )i
Mmri Aueuit iS
)1 zz Eoiof.. For tnlsat aad
H. H ACh FELD & CO., LTD.,
Agents. Honolulu '
Lines of Travel.
YOU CAN DO IT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands the group e.cept Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 $2.
Honolulu Office, Magoon Block.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for your message
Street Railway Time Table.
KING STREET LINE.
Cim leae Walklki (or tnat 5 $, fi.ij. 4us A.M.
nJ evtr 11 minut iheritter tt I ibJi, utit nJ
nil) i m. trum Wa klkl gjtuhe I'unaVtu bntlr
Cart leave R RjtiK or I'awa lul tor tonn at
j jiA.n. an J eeiy if nilnuici trureafttr illl u oM-.m
i.ar lxvt Fun an J Kins ttreets corner for Halanu
at 6 to A.M, ani eery 15 minjrti alitr till 11 if I
ar iea t lur raiarr.a only at , ana ')aW t
Lark lea Pa'analor Watk kl j 45 a m art 4 tvery 1
it minutes tl.l o it t M . thtn at to.11 and loitl'.M '
Then i CM from Palama lor 1'unahou enly goes
to walk Ik I on baturJas.
Can leave Fort anJ King ttru corner lot Hlfle
Range at $ jj ani via a M,
Cars Ivave I'nrt anJ Kliiff vtret corner for Walklkl
at 6';sa.m, anitvtiy tj minjtci tihtouti'.n thtnat
id i ani tij I' H. Tne 11 jj .M coei to Uaiklkl
BCRETANIA STREET AND Nt'UANU VALUY
Car lea I'unahou Stat' for Town at 5 jq ani
for Tn anJ Valley at 3 w j 3-t 6 io 6 w 6 o 7 nj
7 q A.M
Car leave Oai j College for town ani Valley at
6jrf 6.)a ani 7.10 A, u ani ever) lorrlnute till 10 10
KM txiept tne even hour ani half, hour cari which
run from the stafcle
Carileave Nuuanu Valley at 6'io 6 jo 6 jo An ani
every ra minute thereafter till in ju .At
Cars leave Kirt )ni Queen ktre for Punahou
Culleee at 6 o 6 jj 6 4$ A M ani tvery 10 miruiei
after till 9 41 P.M. After that the cars run ti the
Stab'eup to 11. 50P.M, which Is 'tie last car frtm Town,
reaching the Stable at irp' m
ON CALL ALL NIGHT.
AUTOMOBILE CO., LTD.
Coupon Books Sold. Special U.Uei
mado for "Automobile Parties."
NOTE Drivers are not allowed tn make
any rates except those furnlshrd by the
company. Ask drlvtr tn iee rate sheet.
In cte of dlpjte as to fare, pay driver
amount claimed, take rebtte Slip and call
at office. We will Riadiv jJut ny dlf-
Office on Klin? St., reiir Judiciary Bid.
i LOUIS T GRANr.Unai;er.
AdllMontt. ttnd th utt Shlpplnc Nw, will tt .
founi on th t Ightl. pp '
5 r .,r
a. m ,a m tin
I n io 8 o it
T l it t
: jt i.k
t9 CO l(
tt U 4.t-
ii. n; s 4oi
First Quarter of the Moon on the 24tti
at 7! 10 p. m.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu Tides from the United States Coist
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Hawaiian Standard Time Is 10b, 30ra
slower than Greenwich time, being ,
that of the meridian of 157 30. The '
ttmn whlntlnhlawiint 1-30 n m whloh
time wnlstlo blows at 1.30 p. m., which ,
Is the same as Greenwich Ob, 0m.
Masters of vessels sailing from tfa'n
port for 8an Francisco will And there j
a branch of the U. S. Hydrographlc'
Onkn located In the Merchants' Ex-, pvr-p ANr. 41 tin
change, where Is maintained for tinir.'' AmJ AUUfl.
ncnellt freo of charge, complete lets
of charts rmtl directions of the world.
Latest Information can be obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigatlm
and all matters uf Interest to ocein
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
Steamers due and to sail for the next ,
thirty days arc ns follows
Mnrlposa 8. F,
Coptic S. F. . I May
Sonoma S. F. Juno
Ventura Colonics June
America Mnru S. K. June
Mlowcrn Colonics June
u...i.. t,.. v
Hongkong Marn Yokohama June
Moana Victoria June
City of Peking-
Mnrlposa S. F. .
Oaellc 8. V. ....
Vcntnrn S. P. ' Jur 2"
Sierra Colonies June 25
Hongkong Maru S. l June 2ii
Stenmers. Por. D'i.
Gaelic S. P. May 2R
Coptic-1-Yokohama May 28
Mnrlposa S. P. May 20
Sonoma Colonies June 4
Ventura S. P. Juno 4
America Mnru oYkohnma . . June 5
Mlowera Victoria June 5
Honfikong Maru S. r. June T
Moana Colonies June S
City of Peking Yokohama . June IS
China S. P. j... June lb
Mariposa S. P.
Gnellc Yokohnma June 21
Doric S. P. June 22
Ventura Colonies June 25
Sierra S. P. June 25
Hongkong Mnru Yokohama
N. B. A United Statrs Army trans
poit mny bo expected fiom San Pran
clsro on tho 9th and 24th of each
mqntli, en routn to Manila.
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The pneess of binding pic
tures under glass is made so
simple y the' introduction of
the Gummed Binding Paper
that anvone can do it.
It v"ll afford a pleasant even-
ings occupation and save your
photos trom ruin, to get.waat
vou require at KING BROS,
and do the work your elt;
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l'apa So. Hobby, you're the presi
dent of your lill-ycle club. That's cry
like. How illil they biiUK-ii to chooss
Bobby Well, ou see. pnpa I'm tht
only boy (lint's got u blcyik1. ts.
tn Ctonanntfintctl Oron
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CG . 1 tft tt' OF COLOUn.
by te Leln FiiysicU
of all Cftjr.tr tea.
J mitksr Tat'i Mr 5nU
Do4 mot bltn tk T-
600a lrloK tack
Wm ! Irra vtaa. hiu a rtr p.iw in a i
Aiulu la4LUL k,u k. -i. 1 . j ... '"
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Ti(ii.iri ijij, nr
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Hawaiian Iron Fence autl Monn-
mental Co,, Ltd.
El it7MAIN. .76 KING SI.
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Ihfc STOMACH , W
belching and sourness of the stomach cause
tr tci suffering. Hostetter'sStomach Bitters
will p'event such troubles. It cltanseithe
b oo f all Impurities, keeps the stoma h
I I rtt A aifj4a n,t mnMa e(t linU nf At m.
pep$af njR,on anJ biliousness. Eveiy
cody needs It to prevent nervousness ana
Insomnia and to keep the bowels reguhr
See that our private revenue Btnmp
comj t)e nf of ,h ,
JRy JJ fOR HoBtCttCP'?"'
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HWBPT BY TIDAL WAVU.
Nt'ion. H. Z, May 1. The S. S.
Mapourikn had a sensational experi
ence ebortly after leaving Wellington
for Nehon last owning. When Just
outflJe tbo heads a phenomenally
heny hi., or tidal ware, about 23
fct-l high, struck thu vessol on tho
port bow and swept over her, making
a wreck ol everything movablo on tho
ior.uccK anil nmiusmps. Tbo tluio
'was nUut twtnty minutes to six, and
the r&tteiigtrB wcro nt tea.
The ta, striking tho bulkhead,
ithirtttrtd thu thick glass of two port-
hole4 tbroigh which tho water pour-
(u, nnu I'impiuiviy uooueu mo uining
salocn frt:u . nd to endj Tbo tables
were twtpt ot tbclr contents, and
tuveral pi.(teugvrs wcro cut by pieces
ot flu- Thu woini.il acieapicu, onu
or Uo fainting. Tho passengers
tl.otstt '.tint tho vessel was going to
(oun..r. t.nd tho low minutes which
fcIloiTed tho tea wcro moments of in
tti.ee t.nxlety and excitement.
Att(. thu viave imoscd over no fur-
tl.tr hr.vy tens were experienced,
anu iw :tbi 01 inu irip was rainy
tniooth. A groat deal ot damago wuh!
ilont tli! thu foredeck, tho rntllncsl
1, lni : to u height of neatly 30 feet,
uhlut :fc. dt' cargo, consUtlng prln-1
clprl. (I l.trcitciK', was completely
A.t'k--'i. ?-ernl scats wcro carried!
ar.y. U The window ot tho chntt-
lio'iu- vfi-t. mashed In. Tho damago,
on tl.e v.L-le. was not cxcchsIxc Ono
ol tin tjrinul guys carried away.
It is roniildered certain that hal,
one of tho Ktiiallcr steamers encoun
tTsl tin hta Bho would hnvo fou,tur
TRAGf.UY OF THE 8EA.
Ct.pe Team, March 28. Tho Brit
ten th!p Andromeda, which arrived
heic today." brings- Intelligence of a
terrible tragedy of thu sea. Sho land
ed iilu" a ell, tho survivors ot t'ao
Punch bark Piiyche, whom aim li.nl.
retcunl .T vea. Tho l'sycilt was
bound finn Chill for tho liigllsh
Channt' Ttrlng tho oyago shu
tnrank n iwik. and tho water mado
Uch hmavay that on January 30 It
, burnt: e nec.iir.ary to nhailoit he.- In
ohil-oi-iin. Tho ciow got away in
two heats, run) tho uai rotimlctod hi
mofi licra'-dlutely. Tho olPrvm mill
crew nj:ui"rod 17. On-! lout. In
whirl, w: yx men, dn''.ol a.vay,
and -Ai.t. 1 1 sight of. Tho othct,
with 11 Itin, tliifted nhout for 30
dajt. Thtv sighted sovernl mskU,
but ! t.nlilo to attract attention.
Tht tuittrliihs of tbo castawujs
rt- av.f .1 Tho ship's cook died, nnd
onothtr mnn became Insane, nnd nlso
dlfd in the boat. Tho Bounty stock ot
pro iKi) u inrnn cxhnusteil, nnd tho
'(trvi.'o b nist mitnngud to keop body
and koul together by catching sharks
and d'lniiiiiK their blood. When tho
'$,';;;.? re8CULd thcy ro pcr'
8. 8 HONOMA.
' The S Sonoma loft Sjilney nt
3.H p it "4 tho ilth Inst. DlacliniKol
tho Plkt at -I'-O ). m. HonndcJ tho
North I'oint nt 8:33 p. m. on tho 12th
Inst AiriviaK nt Aurklaml nt 9:30
n. n: n -ho 13th InRt. Loft ncaln
t-fin;t itn- 25 p. mi nrrlvcil nt I'ngo
I'aco r.t 1 2 11. m. on 17th Inst. Left
ntinln .' p. m., arrltlne nt Honolulu
111 3 ti a) "n the 24th Inst, nxticrlenc-
rd troii; -(.uthwest to westeily winds
1 Svdn. Auckland, from thcro to
1 . at . southeast to noilheast
wliu 6 ittt tine clear weather, thenco
1 to r.r..ai f.eah to modcrato trndo
w'n' v th 'Ine wenthcr.
1 Fn di Sy lney 3 cn3es horso niedl
c'nt . ares merihandibP, r,0 cnse3
tiianity, '. asks whlsltcy. 11 trusses
Wf'tli.i, . lockages sundries. Aurk
lnml fi c-i's preserved fish, CO boxes
nl ns ..4 fast's onions, 10 rases trap
1 lie . .nm-, ii imclmxes sundrlcH. I'no
Pac 1 'as curios.
Sjilnt inlpmi'iits Order: Macfnr-
Innt Co.. I'rnnk Drown, L. V.
Har' Jlrs Imnnnshl. AttcMnnd ship
,nienti Orltr: II. Mny & Co., W. (1.
Irwin 4- Co., HoffschlneKer & Co., J.
T'WrUbt. I'aso Pago shipment J,
MANY A MOTHER'S WISH.
Muny n mother ot a peevish, restless
sickly child 1ms wlslicit Hint her little
ono was ns strong and rugged as nn
Indian babe. Such mothers can make
their children strong nnd well, If thoy
ild tho child's system o (worms, which
cause nlno-tcnths of children's trou
bles. Kicknpoo Indian Worm Killer
will do It. Kor centutlcs tho Indians
used it to mack their babes rugged,
powerful, fearlebs. What It has dono
for tho cb lid of tho finest It will do
for the child of tho civilized cure.
That In what ltli ns been doing for
yens. Yo.; can uct tt of your drulst
for 2G cents. Bo suro to L'ct tho gen
uine. Tho child's llfo In too precious
to trlflo with worthless substitutes
Ilobron Drug Co., ngenta for Kicknpoo
,' . lXl
The whole of yesterday nfternoon'a
session of tho Senate was spent In the
discussion of tho government steam
tug Eleu, the war of words having been
precipitated by the following report of
tho Public Lauds Committee, read by
Hon. H. K. Kaluo,
President of tho Senate.
Sir: Your Comraltteo on Publlq
Lands to whom was refcrrcj Item for
"Pay Roll. Steam Tug," would report
as follows: Cv
Your committee find the' pay roll as
Mate ' 60.00
Engineer . 160.00
2 deck hands 86.00
2 firemen 104.00
Total for two years.... $13,200. 00
Your committee find to this Is tn
lio added tho sum of 120,000 for coal
and other expenses, making a total ex
pense of tho tug $33,200 for tho two
Wo nUo find that slnco tho arrival
of tho "Fearless," tho government tug
has not been paying but losing money
as rar ns towage or vessels go. Tbo
only saving to the government has
been In the removnl of garbago nnd
carrying piles, etc., In tha harbor.
This fit II provides for n garbago
crematory which If built, will do away
with tho. need of tho tug for this
Your committee do not consider It
Is wise for tho government to try and
compete with prlvatn enterprise In tho
matter or towage of vessels.
We would thcreforo recommend Hint
tho appropriation ho Inserted for ono
year nt tho rnto nsked for or until tho
garbago crematory Is erected and then
the tug be dispensed with.
J. n. PARIS.
JOHN T. imOWN,
Senate Chamber. May 23d. 1301
Dr. Itusscl and Mr. Carter discours
ed long on the great usefulness of tho
tug boat, her saving to the government
ot thousands of dollars and the abso
lute foolishness of doing away with tho
old Kleu. Mr. Carter, anion k other
things, said that to dispense with the
sen-Ices ut the tug ild be In the
line uf "penny wlso and pound fool
Ish." .Mr. Cnrter dwelt particularly on
the life saving propensities ot the Eleu,
sajlng that alio would bo tho only boat
to tho poor people. The
Fearless and the steamers would have
their e)o on the mljhty dollar, even
If human life were In danger.
Mr. Cniter then took another tack
and marveled that tho Feailcss should
alwajs bo tho first out after sailing
esscls rounding Dlnmoud Head. He
stated that the Fearless must certain
ly get tho first notice. Mr. U.ihlwln
objected to this insinuation, saying
that thcro was no need of such pre
sumption. Mr. llaldwln ot first spoke In favor
ot retaining the tug but, on second
reading of tho committee's report,
changed his mind nnd, In the end. vot
ed for tho. adoption ot the report.
Mr. C. Drown said he did not believe
In the government entering into com
petition with private enterprise. He
then went on to say that, according to
the .report of the committee, the ex
penses of the tug for the next two yesrt
would bo $32,200. The Kleu unsell
able to bundle a big ship In a strong
wind. During tho next two years sho
would not mako 10,000 In towing. Sho
Is, an old boat and wilt have to ho re
paired from time to tlmo at great ex
pense. If tho government wcro going
to havo a garbago cieinatory, hls
would do awny with much of tho work
ot the tug nnd the completion of the
sower system would lift tho remainder
of tho burdin.
Continuing, Mr. Drown said tho
Kleii t.iih not worth n low of pins. Tho
much mooted matter of charges, should
tho Fearltss be left In the Held alone,
would regulate Itself. If tho Fearless
charged too much, other tugs would
enter tiro field and the steamers would
also do somo work.
Mr, Achl spoke" long on. the subject.
lie was decidedly In fabr of retaining
tho tug. He had learned that the Fear
less would not tow garbago to sea fur
less than $73 while the cost of tho gov
ernment tug was only $50 a day. Hero
was a is'ear Raving of $25. Mr. Achl
contradicted tho statement mndo by
Mr. C. Drown thrtt competition would
lower tho charges and tltcd ns an ex
ample tho two meat markets now In
tho city. -Meat Is higher than It ccr
Tho report of tho Public Lands Cora
mltteo was finally adopted by a small
rani gin and, at tho usual hour, tho
Seuntn ndjuurncd until 'J o'clock on
Very little was dono yesterday In the
afternoon session nf the House. Ono
or two unlmpotinut petitions were In
troduced and tabled to be conshleied
with tho current expenso bill.
Dickey then moved that tho House
brhiR up tho Appropriation bill,1 and
consider It from where the House left
off last .Monday.
Makeknu objected, stating that all
tho committees had not handed In the
reports which they had been ordered
to make. He moved tnat an adjourn
nient for tho day bo taken In order to
allow the committees to finish their
His motion was Inst nnd consider'
nblo mnro time was wasted In talk.
Knnlho Introduced n petition pray
Ing that tho road lendlnc up from the
back part of the Insane nslum lu
opened up to public travel.
Aklua lulled tho petition out ot or
der ns ho did not seo what appropria
tion tho petitioners prayed for.
Kumnliv stated that although it did
nut pray for an appropriation of
money it did pray for in appropriation
of roads, nnd was thcrofoin In order.
IMckiy siiBKCfclrd thnt flio-Houeo go
on nud nppioprluto a ton laws.
While debato was still rife, Mnkckau
moved to adjourn, which carried.
mmm-! imwmfi fmmfmnmmtm i.
ti,- ..-,., r 1 i W' . Vt J TT-uUa. m r- .Alj-r.t rj.KJSEitaMi i. ir..a,'i JlttflUr Lj
Instruments Filed for record May 74,2901.
First Party Second Patty Class
FlrstAmf r Bk llaw'l Palota L & I Co D
Frank Williams Thereas Keauhte U
S J Harris CeJI Brown M
Inslrumeuts Fifed for record May 25, 1-01.
First Party Second Party Oass
! H li Walty
S M Uumoie
u uowselt et ai
O R & L Co
II lleela &: hus
J S Murray et at
C A I'f terson
A V Gear
A M Brown
W R Castle
A S Cleehorn
W C Achl
F A Sclnefer & Co
Maul HR it SS Co U
II P Baldwin D
Awlnl C F & S Co D
Honolulu Clay Co
W R Castl
F A Schaefer AM
RLCORDED .MAY to, loot.
A B Wood Tr to Honolulu Investment
Co, Ltd, Rel, Mayo, loot; pars HP 4547.
Kul 820, Alakea St, Honolulu, Oahu.
55000. Book 204, page 3)7.
Chinese Coffee Co to J A Msgulre, D,
Mar 14, tool! Grant 2410, Puukalj, N Ko
na, Hawaii. $ 1)40 and mtg ft 500. Book
222, pat;e 265.
M Qlbrog, to V A Hadden, D, Mav 10,
toot; Lot 401. Gr 3724, Punchbowl Slope,
Honolulu, Oahu; pir lot 402, Gr 36)2,
Punchbowl Slope. Honolulu, Oahu. f40oo.
Hool 22), p gfi 162.
RECORDLD MAY It, I901.
A J Lops to See Sang Wal Co, L, .May
3. 1001: Kul M25, Or 562; Kul 10728, Ap2,
Walalua, Oahu. 15 yrs from Jan 1, 1901
at $100 Book 218 page 279.
II A Hayselden to Allen & Robinson,
LW, M, May 10, 1901 : lot 24, Blo-k A,
Ki laokahua, Honolulu, Oahu; ?:oco, 2 yrs
at8,". Book 22 1, pace 371.
C S Kvnnerslev to B F DilllnEham.
Rel, May C, loot; lease of the Island of
Kahoolawe. fi$ ceo. Book 192, page
E P Low to Est J Woods. A M. Mav .
1001; Mtg Bell on lands, Konala, Hawaii.
Ji. Book 138, page 332.
A V Gear ana wife etal to H A Hiy
selden, D. May 3, loot; Lot24BlkAtf
Gr 3400 Kul.iokanua, Honolulu, Oahu.
$1000. Book 223, pace 1C6.
W M Whltnev to M Hookano, D, Apr
16, tool: Lot 1, Ulk 40, 1'eirl City, Bwa,
Oahu, 4J5. Book 221, pate 165.
Haoand h.sbanJ to Hoonlinul. I). Mav
4 1001: RPGiS. K I o00, Kualoa, Koolau-
poko, ujmu. 55. H00H223, page 103,
RECORDED MAY 13. loot.
Aim to LLanl, ', Apr 30, tooi;lntrrest
In RP 6091 Kul 3437, Omao and Pillaitl,
Walehu. Maul. 540. Book 222, page 268.
Kamaka to M's L Ikmva, D, Apr 30,
1001; 5 pieces UnJ, bull Jlng, etc, Wlli.ku,
Maul. ji. Book 222, page 2;o.
K Kuhla and Ife to Lelm ilama, D.
Aug 0, luoo; RP 7:01. Kul 3005k. Keomo-
hale, HainaUualoa, .Maul. 51. Book 222,
FIRE CLAIMS COMMISSION
In pursuance of the requirements of
Act lu of tho Legislature ot tho Tcrrl
tory of llnwall, being "An Act to pro
vide for the ascertainment and payment
ot all claims which mny bo mado by
persons whose property was destroyed
by lire tn the jears A. I). 1899 and 1900,
under orders ot the Board of Health,"
public notice Is hereby given that the
Commission provided for in said Act
has been duly organised, and claims for"
damages may ba presented and filed
with the Commission, at tho rooms of
tho Chamber of Commerce, Campbell
Block, corner of Fort and )crchnnt
Streets. Honolulu, 111'.. dally on nnd
after Monday, ,tlio 27th day of May,
1901, between the hours of 9 o'clock a
111. nnd 4 o'clock p. 111.
No claim fur speculative or consequen
tial damage, or for loss of rent or use of
property, or loss of profits through the
Interruption of business, nor any loss
except for destruction of or direct
damago to property by fire or removnl,
will bo considered by tho Commission,
nor any such clnlm be considered at nil
UNIiKSS PUUSKNTni) TO AND
FILED WITH Till: COMMISSION
WITHIN roUIt MONTHS from this
Unto as lirovlded for In said Act.
Claims will ho heard In the order in
which they aro filed, unless for special
reasons tho Commission shntl other
wise direct, but no claim shall bo heard
within threo days after the same Is
All'clalms shall bo filed In duplicate
by the claimants or their assignees and
shall bo verified by their oath respec
tively, and If the claimant bo deceased
or n minor tho clnlm shall bo presented
by his legal representatives.
Hach claim shall contain an Itemized
Vntement In tho Hngllsh or Hawallnn
languago of the loss sustained, the dato
of the loss and how It occurred, tho
nature of tho property Inst and Its situ
ntlnn nt tho time of Its loss, nnd If tho
loss consists of destruction of or dam
ago to a building, tho nnmo of tho
owner of the land whereon It stood nnd
tho nature of tho Interest of the claim
ant or his nsslgneo In tho building, and
In enso ot Insurance, tho amount for
which tho piopcrty was Insured, the
namo of tho Insurer and how much In
suranro was paid thereon. r
Blank forms for use of claimants In
making up statement of losses will bo
furnished upor nppllcntlon.
Duo notice will bo given of tbo time
nnd placo tho Commission will bo In
session to henr and examine proof of
V. W. MACFARIiANIi,
N A. N. KEPOIKAI.
JOSEPH O. PRATT,
A. C.1 LOVEKIN,
F. J. TESTA.
Dated Honolulu, May 21, 1901.
For tho guidance nf claimants, the
following Rule, as adopted by the Com
uilcslou; Is herewith published:
In order to facilitate business, claim
ants are directed to present claims for
losses of merchandise, goods, wares
nnd stocks In trade. In an Itemized
form, describing tlu kind nnd valuo
thereof, upon a schedule, to ho marked
"Exhibit A," nnd all claims for losses
of personal belongings, Jeweliy, houtto
furnishings nnd other rhnttels upon n
scucniiio to on ninrhei lixmuit II.
nnd for nil losses appertaining to build
nigs or or Dunning uxittreH upon n
schedulo to ho marked "Exhibit C."
Realty and Maturity Co.
We buy, sell and deal In all kinds of
Real Estate, leases, Mortgages, Bonds,
lite. 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
I200 Investment Certificate, which bears
Interest from the date Issued, this of Itself
Is sufficient, when well undetslood to
guarantee that our conpany Is, and will
be popular. Call for particulars and In
OFFICE, 3 KING ST.
PHONE, MAIN 141.
P. O. BOX. 262
The well established Grocery Business
of C. Hustace, King street. For particulars
enquire of the undersigned
1847-iw CHAS. HUSTACE.
An Important meeting of HONOLULU
LODGb NO. 61C. U.P.O E . will be held at
Progress Hall, Fort street, on Monday,
May 27th, at 7:30 o'clock p. m.
All Elks are requested to be present.
By order of the E. R.
H. D. COUZENS,
Notice Is hereby given that the sec
ond assessment ot 25 per cent ot tho
Wnlalua Deach Hotel will be due and
payable June 1, 1901,
CUIUS. J. HOLT.
Hereafter the time of departure from
Honolulu of the steamer "Mauna Loa" will
be 12 o'clock noon.
Shippers are hereby notified that freight
will not be received after 10 o'clock a.m.
on dav of sailing. This rule will be strict
STEAM NAVIGATION CO.,
McUryde Sueur Co,, Ltd.
Notice Is hereby given that the eleventh
assessment of ten (10) rer cent (J2.00 per
share), levied on the assessable stock of
the McBryde Sugar Cj.. Ltd., Is due on
June 1st., 1901, and will be delinquent
0.1 June 15th, 1001.
btoiktiolJe-s will please make prompt
payment at the oflice of Messrs Thea. H.
Uavles & Co., Ltd.
F. M. SWANZY,
Treasurer, McBrvde Sugar Co.. LrJ.
Honolulu, May 13 h, 1001. l8o-ot
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 tlte
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.
1831 tf D. H.DAVIS. Manager.
Pound Master's Notice
Notice Is hereby given, that the animals
described below have been Impounded In
the Government Pound at Maklkl, Kona,
Island of Oahu, and unless the pound fees
and damages are sooner satisfied, will be
sold at the date hereunder named, accord-
ing to law :
MAY .30, 1001 One black hoe, brand
undescriDable; colli Mind teet white.
One black horse, branded PxC on
hind right foot; b'ak spot on forehead.
One bay mare, brand undescribab e;
white strenk on fcreh'ad and d'.wr. U
nose; left hind leg w hlte; three black;
' shod all round; hair clipped on fore
head. And unless the fees and damages are
paid before Saturday, the 18th day of
June, 1931, they will be sold at public
auction on the above date at 12 o'clock
1 840-jt Pound Mister.
Tenders for Paiai or Hard Poi.
ornci: of tug hoard op health.
Honolulu, May 20, loot.
Sealed tenders for supplv, lug the Leper
Settlement with Palal or Hard Pol, will
be received at this ofilcf, until 12 J'clock
noon, Friday, May 31st 1001.
1 he Palal to be freshly made and secure
ly packed In flour bags and delivered In
good condition at the Kal.mropi Liriding
In quantities ordered by the Superinten
dent, avenging 400 bundles per week.
The bundles of Palal to be of two sires
one to weigh 21 pounds net and the other
size to weigh 25 pounds net. Bids for
supplylngfor respective terms oftwo()i
yeirs; 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.
The contractor must tile a bond with
approved sureties In the sum of not less
than one thousjnd dollar ffiooo.) condl
tloned for the faithful performance of the
The Bids should be end used "Tender
for Palal". 1 he Board of Health does not
bind Itself to accept the lowest or any bid.
By order of the Board of Health
184' 4t Secretary.
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