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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. It. T.. MONDAY. MAY 27, 100!.
4, 1 ;
Oceanic Steamship Company.
Ill iteameri of tfcli line wfH attire and leave this port aa hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA May 25
80NOMA June 4
In connection with the tailing of the above iteamen the agenti ire pre
I pored 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
Fork by any steamship line to all European porta.
! FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. 6. Irwin & Co., Limited,
I GENERAL AOBNTS OCEANIC 8. 8. CO. '
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamer, of the aboia cnmranlea will (all al Honolulu and
leavt thl port on or about
For lapan and China:
COPTIC MAY 28
AMERICA MARU JUNE 5
PEKING JUNE IS
GAELIC JUNE 21
HONGKONG MARU JUNE 29
CHINA JULY 0
DORIC JULY 10
NIPPON MARU JULY 21
PERU AUG. 1
H. HACKFiBLO &
r?Utart of ttt atovs Hat. rauhc eooMCtHM with tfct CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
urn! Vtocottvttf. B. C . il S'w, N. S. W.. tod Miller tt Victoria. D. C. Hoaolnld aea BrUtim
OUE AT 1IONOLI.LV 4ts aboitl I MiUa blow lUtid vtn
FROM V.1CoUVER AND !T"
"tt H.fibtn anlSyaoiyj
o IckttiUiviHfroa nolo Bio toCAk.
rauat " T nral lot ormatloo, apply to
Theo. H.DavlcyCo.,Lttl Gen'lA&cntn.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co,
Direct Service between
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
x S OREGOSIAN, 6,ooo tons, to sail about May 25.
's S AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about June 15. ' '
S.S.HAWAIIAN, 6,qoo tons, tosall '
Freight received at company's wharf. 43J Street, South Brooklln, at all times.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
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.
1 man Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Berber
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. t Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
147a Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Go.
M. . Vallr
F. C. Smith, Gen'l Pas, tt llokst
O. P. Dhmihow . Superintendent
Wilder's Steamship, Company
FOR ISLAND POR
BKUOI3 CAFTW' WQHa'
luneul Htnagei I
ju Rou'Ublo Life Assarinof Sooiiv
t) th rtidted Statosfor thalHiwrvIUr
Crvtesi Monnt sus.1, Hit
1 fc. yi'-
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA '. May 29
VENTURA June 4
Hit dates below mentioned,
For San Franciico:
GAELIC MAY 2S
HONGKONG MARU Jl'NB 7
CHINA JUNE 15
DORIC JUNE 22
NIPPON MARU JULY 2
PERU JULY 9
COPTIC JULY 19
AMERICA MARU JULY 20
PEKING .'. AUG. 3
GAELIC WO. 13
apply to P. M. S.
S. Co. .
11 C 'ROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria and Vauccum (B. ):
VWy i Mum Ma 8
i.Mit Mto-vtu Jjnt
, .Wy iirtt.; JU
Mum . Jul) )i
M'owtri Aucutt J
r n si Knroct tot l-MltM aof
Lines of Travel.
YOU CAN DO IT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting mesages to all the
Islands of the group except KaujI.
MINIMUM RATE 18 $2.
Honolulu Office, Magoon Block.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for our message
Street Railway Time Table,
KING STREET LINE.
Cart Usve Wail ikl lor town at s 41. 6 is. i 41 A m
an 4 even n minute thercatte
jp . Irom Wi Idk! tro t' t'la I'uiuhou Mlli.t
' ii i
to 41. (tin tn4'
i si l tt. from wi ic Ul fj tn rie
Cm leave K Range or (' switch lor town i
$ JIA w. rJ tftry ,5 mlnutttlltrr4ttf till t oll'.M
Cart It4v lurt arti KldK nruttrn,r (r,r atama
.If, , A H ani .vrrv ,. nun ilr.r till i,
,..,. ,.1l. Ill, ', im, II. 1 3, I IR, i lfl 1 U
Can la Halana tor Walk kl s ll A Jt anJ ifrv
umlrumtlilg,!!' t. tntnat 10 nanJ it 41 KM
,owVi-iki..,sT,rji. y '"".pnotos irom rum, to jjet wiat
HanJ."Mo.'.'ia.-oA K "r",,t0,n" ,0 ,K" "you require at K1NU BKUb
CarilvavuHirtani Klnztr,eicurnrr(firWaiklkl I on4 Art iha ti,r,rL t,nt,-.nlt
at6esAM an4eery umlnultf, till 100,1 M thenai
10 1; ana ,1 s ni,
tin SitLirJlv hn.
The .., .,.., to u.ikiki
UfcKLrANrASTKEETAMINULAMl VALLEY I
Cam lae Punatioti Sttle (or Tuun at s jo anJ
tur 1 on anJ Valley at s to s so f in 6 w 6 40 i ani I
7 m A
lari cave uanj t-,n ec lor town anj ti at
6 la 6 so anJ 7 10 A M anJ err lairtnutrl till la 10
I'M tirtTt mo en nouranjnair, n mr era wnicn
run from the Stalle
Carlea Nuuinu Vall at 1 10 6 10 6 50 A,M ani
every 14 minute thereafter till 10 sj i- M
Cars leavt Tort ani Queen ktreetl for Punahnu
College at 6 os 6 1 0 41 A M anJ eery 10 mlnu ti
alter till u 41 Y Alw fiat tlir car run 1 1 tho
Stable up to 11 ;oP it. which 1,'helaitrar trcmTown,
reachlni: the SlaMe al ,1 t. I' M
ON CALL ALL NIGHT.
AUTOMOBILE CO., LTD.
Coupon Books Sold. Special Rates
made for "Automobile Parties."
NOTfc Drivers are not allowed tn make
any rates except thote fumMicd bv the
company. Ask drlter to e rate siieet.
In case of dispute as to f.ire. pty driver
amount claimed, tak' ribJte slip and call
at office. We will gladly adjust ;.ny dif
fer enve, ,
Office on King St., near Judiciary Bid.
I LOUIS T GRANT. Manager.
Actional, anltt-i lat.it Sblpplnr Nw, will U
found on tha tishth pare.
J. 14 10 18
6 if ll it
Fir n Quarter of the Moon on tho 24th
at 7'10 p. m.
The tides at Kahulul and Hlto occur
About an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
I Hawaiian Standard Time la 10h, Mm
I doner than Greenwich time, being
I that ot the meridian of 157 30. The
i time whlstlo blows at 1:30 p. m., which
1 is the tame as Greenwich Oh, Om.
J Musters ot vessels sailing from 'tbU
port lor San Francisco will find there
a brnnch of the U. S. Hydrographlc
'OiTUo located In the Merchants' Ex
IfliAnEf, w hero la maintained for their
I iHiuit free of charge, complete lets
of charts ?nd directions of the world.
Latest Infrnnatlon can be obtained re
garding lights, dangers tn navigation
and ell matters of Interest to occin
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
Ster.rr.'-rB due and to sail for the next
thirty days are as follows:
Steamer;. From. Due.
Gaelic Yokohama May 28
Coptk-!? r May 28
J Sonoma S F. ... Juno
(Vmtu-.i Colonies Juno
I Aicrl'n M.iru S. F. Juno
Miow-ra Colonies Juno
Honi1 cur Maru Yokohama Juno
Mcf.Tu Victoria June
Ctt o! Peking S. F. - Juno 13
-pMarlro's S. F. Juno 15
Chlni. Yokohama Juno 15
Ga'llc-'-- V Juno 21
1 Dorli okoliama Juno 22
1 Venn.! j S r Juno 25
Kle rn Colonics Juno 25
Honc)forjb-Mjru S. F. Juno 29
1 Steamers. For. Due.
Gaelic S F May 28
Cnntli YtiKohama May 28
Marlpca S F. , May 23
Sonoini Colonies Juno 4
Vntnrt, a. r. Juno
America Maru oYkohama .. Juno
MioRtrc Victoria June
HonrtorR Maru S. F. Juno
Moann Colonies Juno
City cf P-l.lng Yokohama . Juno 13
China S r. Juno lb
Mariposa 9. F. Juno 19
Ga lit Yokohama Juno 21
Doric r Juno 22
Ventura Colonics Juno 25
Sle-ra F r. ,...i.... Juno 25
HonrhOib Maru Yokohama Juno 29
N. I! A United Stages Army trans
port may lie expected from San Fran
cisco r- tho 9th nnd 21th of each
month n ruuto to Manila.
? SCENGERS ARRIVED.
Fron ?rtn Francisco, per O. S. S.
1 Zealand ti May 25. D. Adams, Mrs.
J V.' Allfn, Sister Anna, K. II. Aus
tin H h Bailey, Miss K. Render,
.P C. Durzull, W. R. Castlo, A. S.
1C00U' wife nnd chlU, Miss A. Coolie,
IMUf Juliette Cooko, C. V. Deacon,
H. Hfth'it, II. It. Edmonds, Mrs.
'J. E FulNrton, Conrad C. Von
Hnrom H Hetlemann, Dr. T. V.
Huntlnctcn. wife, tno children and
mnld J A Kennedy, W. D. Knapp
I nnd v. iff 51. Lackmann, D. Land,
N. B. LanLlnK, Miss L. S. Long, Miss
'a. V Makte. E. A. Mclnerny. Miss
I F. M'Tlri'.o, Miss Lena Pilklngton,
' MIes n Runton, J. Rlchanlson. L.
, Pnrgnt XV D. Schmidt. A. J. Vler
ling pritl v.lfo. Miss F. M. West. O.
'P V'Ucr-:, a. L. Wyman. A. Sold'
,kln, C A Gait.
SAVE YOUR PHOTOS.
The pneess of binding pic
tures under fuss Is made so
ll') nn.nla K. Iha r lr i . fl trk rf
iJlllllC UV 11IC IIMIUUUUIIUII Ul
fna r.imma Diriltrtrr
nt- uumuitu i,,uu,t,
4K it fmvnnf mn An it
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, rbr c fllTtlOilf 1011 anfl S3VC Vfllir
'"K s UttUlMIIUII dllU save yuui
, rttlu K 1,1 wu,i jvu, wi.
Pull stock in any shade.
Pound Master's Notice
Notice Is hereby given, that the animals
described below have been Impounded In
the GoMTiment Pound at Maklkl, Kona,
Island cf Oahu, and unless the pound fees
and damages are sooner satisfied, will be
sold at the date hereunder named, accord
ing to law :
MAY 20, iqoi One Mick ho-se, brand
undesaibahle; both hind feet while.
One hi ick horse, branded PxC on
hind right toot; b'ack spot on forehead.
Ore fajy mare, brand unJesalbif e;
white streak on fcrchtad and dowr, tj
nose, left hind leg white; three b! ick;
shod all round; lulr clipped on fore
head. And unles the fees and damages are
paid before Saturdiy, the 18th diy of
June, njoi, they will be sold at public
auction on the above dut: at 120'clo.k
:S4-3t Pound Master.
FLEDT FROM HONOLULU.
San Francisco, May 14. Soon
vessels from Haw nil made port In a
bunch yesterday afternoon. Of tho
fleet the uark Diamond Head mado tho
best run, coming from Honolulu In
thirteen dnys. Tho next best oyago
was that of the bark Amy Turner,
seventeen days from Hllo, and then
camo tho bark Santiago, twenty-two
days from Hllo; ship Charmer, twenty
two dajs from Kahulul; bark Andrew
Welch twenty-six days from Honolu
lu; barkenttne Archer, thlrty-ono davs
from Honolulu, and bark Alden Uesse,
thirty-three days from Honolulu.
San Francisco, May 18. Anoth
er fleet arrived from, tho Islands yes
terday. A strong northwest breeze
was blowing and all tho vessels took
advantage of It to sail In. At ono tlmo
thero was Just outsldo the lightship
a ship, threo barks, a barkcntlno and
a schooner, all under short canvas
and maneuvering to be tho first to
The peculiarly rigged Olympic came
In over tho bar ahead of her rivals,
although sho did not mako tho best
run from tho Islands. Sho is a four
master and is square rigged on the
foro and main and foro and aft rigged
on tho mlzzen and Jigger. She
brought up 38,878 bags of sugar, and
was twenty-seven days on tho voyauo.
Tho second vessel to pas in was
tho schooner Mary E. Foiler wlt'i 57,
785 bags of sugar. She rrudo tho run
In twenty-four dajs, but the barkcn
tlno Encoro, which folliwftl her In,
mado tho run In tvtoni'Mvt, days.
Tho latter vessel Is In ballast and
was bound for Grays Har1),, nut rut
In hero for orders.
Tho bark Himalaya, which arrived
hI tli 27,101 bags of sugar, mado tho
longest trip of tho fleet. Sho was thirty-two
days on tho run while the Mo
lilcnn, the last to nrrHo mado It Ir.
twenty four das Thu Mohican
brought up 20 843 bags of ougar.
San Frnnclsco, May 14. All In
surance matters in connection with
tho wreck ot tho luo do Janeiro hao
been settled. Tho underwriters havo
paid $900,000 to tho owners of cargo,
but tho loss on tho esscl .4 known
only to tho oltlccrs of tho Pacific Mall
Steamship Company. Thero was $35,
000 in treasure, on which Insuranco
has been paid, uid thero was $10,000
mnro shipped by tho Collector of Cus
toms at Hawaii, on which tncre was
no Insurance, uesldes a considerable
sum belonging to tho Mail company.
It can now bo set down pretty accu
rately that the total loss was $1,500,
000. Raw silk was tho article in tho
Rto's cargo that cost tho underwriters
Arrived In 'Frisco.
Arrivals from Hawaiian ports Blncc
May 10th liruo been ns follows: At
San Francisco May 11th, Bchr. Mary
Dodge, 31 clnjs from Kahulul; May 13,
ship Charmer, 21 dajs from Kahulul;
bark Amy Turner, 17 dns from Hllo;
bark Alden Besse, 33 days from Ho
nolulu, bark Diamond Head, 13 days
from Honolulu; bark Andrew Welch.
25 dajs from Honolulu; bark Santia
go, 22 .dnys from Hllo; bkt. Archer,
31 das from Honolulu! May 14, sell,
J. II. Bruco, 14 days from Kaanapalt;
May 15. O. S. S. Mariposa, C days 7
hours from Honolulu; May 17, bark
Oljmplc, 27 dajs from Honolulu; bark
Mohican, 24 days from Honolulu; bark
Himalaya, 32 days from Honolulu;
bkt. Encore. 22 days from Honolulu;
schr. Mary E .Foster, 24 days from Ho
nolulu. At Port Townscnd May 15
ship Florence, from Honolulu.
VesnelH for This Port.
Sailings for Hawaiian ports since
Mny 10th havo been as follows: From
San Frnnclsco, Mav 13- Schr. S. T.
Alcxnndcr ,for Kahulul; schr. Dora
Illuhm. Seymour, for Hanamaulu;
schr. Helen X. Kimball, Hansen, for
Kahulul and Fanning Island. May 16:
Bark Albert, for Honolulu; ship Geo.
Curtis, for Honolulu. From Caltan,
May 14: Schr. Forest Homo, for Ho
nolulu. From hjdney, Mny 13: Ship
Emily T. Reed, for .onoltilu. From
Nowrnstlr, Mav lfi: Shin Fort George,
nnd bnrk St. James for Honolulu.
Left San rrnnclsco May 18th, 1901,
nt 12 in. with 40 cabin nnd 2S Btecrngo
passengers, 19ft bags mall. Experienc
ed to Mny 21st fresh to llgnt N. V.
winds, thence to port modernto to light
S. i:. to i:. S. K. winds, lino weatner
throughout; arrived May 20th, nt 4
p. m. Time, 7 days, 4 hours and 4r
minutes. Mav 23rd passed 4 masted
schooner "Hobt. Lowers" In lntltudo
2ft de?. 25 min. N, long. 1 dcg. 19
Sudor on Hawaii,
Tho following sugar was awaiting
shipment on Hawaii Friday last:
WalaKea, lO.OOd; Portuguese Mill, 3,
500; Wnlnnku, 10,000; Onomea, lft.OOO;
Pepccltco, 12,500; Hnkalnu, in 000;
Hnnomu, 6CC7; Pnpaaloa. 20,000; Oo
knla 12.000; Kukalau, 3,000; Panuhaii,
10,000: Pnautlo. 3,000: Honokna, G.000;
Ktikiilhacln. 2.000; Honunpo, C.SOO;
Clcnred nt 'FWhco.
Son Francisco, Mny 17, Hark
Knlulanl, Dalicl, Honolulu; Williams,
Dlmond & Co. HUtn. J. C. Pilugcr.
Potter, Honolulu; J, D. Sprocket &
Ilros. Co. Ilrlg. Galilee, Holllngscn,
Mnhukona; Hind, Ilolph & Co. Schr.
Mary Dodgo, Olsen, Lahalna ami Ma
huknna; Tho Chas. Nelson Co.
It Is a Ileal Plensuru to us to speak
favorably of PAIN-KILLER, known al
most universally to bo a good and safe
remedy for burns nnd other palna of
tho body It Is valunblo not only for
colds In wlnter.but for various summor
complaints, and should he In every
family. The casualty which demands
It may come unawnro. Christian Ad
vocate. Avoid substitutes, thero Is but
ono Paln-Klller, Perry Davis'. Price
2oc. and r,0c.
IN THr CIHCUIT COUHT, IIKST CD L'lT
ol Ih. Territory ot Haw.ll I" rror.4t. at tlumt-erf
In the maitir ot the e.t, e ot AUkinne (w) deaavej
ItVate On leJjin,; n4 lilinir th re III m ol S.ni tl
Wo I e adn InMrainr w It the v,ll ann,.eJ ol .all
ettat p-nvlmr tar an orJer ol .a'e, I teitaln te.l
tla e teion lr- to illi JtreateJ. ni .ettlnc t irtlt
fvriain r.atons why ..tt, real itiate .hi 14 t-e
irili ll I. heriby orirre4 Hat alt person. Inier.kiel
In ih. Mi4 e,tau atr-arleloe hi. Co rl on AKIN
DAY th, I7ih J ,y tJUNI.'ll .)M. alien .1 clikk
a in , at the t.urt kiMim ol Ihlk Cou t In llnnoiolu
Oahu, ih.o an4 there to .how cauw why an orJtr
sltnulJ not t. p,ante4
Honulu, May ij, ti,oi
Dy till Court
J A THOMPSON
HOntRTSON & WIlDCtl. Cletk
(or petl loner.
I8l94t-May ,) w,.T,l
Instruments filed for record May 2$, loot.
First Party Second Party Class
A McKeague G L Desha P A
J M Kane.ikui &vf L M McKeigue D
P Muhlendorf W M Campbell D
W M Camobe Tr Oahu Co leee M
Chang Kim et al United Chinese S BS
W K Castle R Law A SI
Instruments filed for record May 27, toot.
First Party , Second Party Class
Kehikuewa et al
M de Souza
Trs F For Church
G de Souza D
Kllauea Masonic L D
A C Palfrey
A N Kapolkal
A N Kapolkal & f C Brewer & Co
ELoelt GN Wilcox'
J McLean K E Ashley
RECORDED MAY t), 1001.
E K Nahaolelua and husband to A do
Rego Si Co, L, Jan 8, 1001; por RP ilg6.
Kul 10427, Pakala, Lahalna .Maul. 10 yts
from date 5o3. Book 218, page 282.
L Halhallaulkapuaeku to Supt Public
Works, D. .May 10, loon piece land. Ka
mollllll, Honolulu, Oahu. ioo. Book
222, page 274.
COLUSA WRECK DI8C0VERBD.
Nanalmo. I!. C, May 13. Newa of
tho dlscmery of tho American bark
Colusa, which Mas abandoned more
than a year ago, was brought to Na
nalmo tonight by Captain Walbran
of tho Dominion Ootnrnmcnt steamer
(limdra. A party bradtrt by Mr.
Dempster, manager ot tho Hudson Day
trndlng post at Skldcgato went out to
senrch the nest coast of tho Islands
for the rcl: recently reported by
Indians. Only after a careful search
In tho -ceks along the coast did they
ccimo upon tho battered hulk ot tho
Colusa, It was completely hidden
from Ecanard by a tall cliff, around
tho corner of which was a rocky pac
ket sheltering the missing ship.
ino tllscoery that the wreck Is
that of the'' Colusa has but added to
the ni)stery of tho derelict, for tho
Indians declare that when It went
ashoro there were seamen aboard,
whllo tho Colusa Is known to havo
been abandoned by her crew eighteen
.The hulk of the bark Calitsa which
was recently found on Queen Charlotte
Island, was formerly In command of
Captain Ilackus now- hero In the ship
1'arnmltn. After she was abandoned
by her captain and crew eighteen
months ago she was nut seen or heard
of again until dlscmered several weeks
ago by a part) of Indians. Sho was
on her way from Kahulul to l;squl-
mault In ballast ami wns dlsmantclcd
In n tcrriflc gale near the Sound.
FIRE CLAIMS COMMISSION
In pursuance of the requirements of
Act 15 of the Legislature of the Terri
tory ot Hawaii, being "An Act to pro-
vldo for the ascertainment nnd pavment
nf all claims which may be made by
persons whoso property was destroyed
by Are in the jears A. D. 1899 and 1900,
under orders of the Uoard of Health,"
public notice la hereby given that the
Commission provided for In said Act
has been duly organized, and claims for
damages may be presented and filed
with the Commission, at the rooms of
tho Chamber of Commerce, Campbell
Block, corner of Fort and Merchant
Streets, Honolulu, II. T.. dally on nnd
after Monday, the 27th day of May.
1901, between the hours of 9 o'clock a
m, antl t o'clock p. m.
No claim for speculatlv o or consequen
tial damage, or forloss of rent or use ot
property, or los of profits through tho
Interruption of btisluvus, nor any loss
oscopt for destruction of or direct
damngo to property by flro or removal.
will be considered by the Commission,
nor any such claim he considered at nil
i'nli:ss iri:3i:nti:d to and
ni.i:n with thi: commission
WITHIN FOl'U MONTHS from this
data as provided for In alil Act.
Claims will bo henrd In tho order In
which they nro filed, unless for special
reasons the Commission shnll other
wise direct, but no clalmshall bq heard
within three das after tho same Is
All claims shall be filed In duplicate
by the claimants or their assignees and
shall bo verified by their oath respec
tlvcly, and If the clalhiant be deceased
or a minor the claim shall be presented
by his legal representatives.
i:acli claim shall contain an Itemized
r.'ntemcnt In the Kngllsh or Hawaiian
Innguago of the loss sustained, tho dato
of tho loss and how It occurred, the
nnturo of the property lost nnd Its situ
ation at the time ot Its loss, nnd If the
loss consists ot destruction of or dam
age to a building, tho nnmu of the
owner of tho land whereon It stood nnd
the nature of the Interest of tho claim
ant or his assignee In the building, and
In case of insurance, thn amount for
whkh tho property was Insured, the
nnmo of thn Insurer and how much In
surance was paid thereon.
Ill.inl; forms for use nf claimants In
making up statement of losses will bo
turnlshtM upon application,
Duo notice will bo given of tho time
nml placo the Commission will ho In
session to hear nnd examine proof of
F. W. MACFARLANi:,
C lull man.
A. N. KRPOIKAI,
JOSEPH O. PRATT,
A. C. LOVBKIN,
P. J. TESTA.
Dated Honolulu, May 21, 1901.
For the guldanco of claimants, the
following Rule, as adopted by tho Com
mission, Is herewith published;
In mder to facilitate business, claim
ants nro directed tt) present claims for
losses of mcrcliauiilse, goods, wares
nnd stocks in ttade In an Itemlred
form, describing the Kind nnd value
thereof, upon a schedule to'Iio marked
"Exhibit A," nnd nil claims for losses
nf personal belongings, Jewelry, hnuso
furnishings nnd other chattels upon n
Bchulillo to he mailtet "Exhibit II,"
and foi nil losses appertaining to hulld
Itigs or of building fixtures upon n
stjicdulo to bo mnrl.ed "Exhibit C."
Realty and Maturity Go.
DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE,
Loans, Mortgages, Bonds, etc. Sud-dlvl-ders
of tracts of city property; houses built
on easy terms; all sorts of documents drawn
on short notice, at a moderate charge; work
We also Issue, as an especial feature, to
parties who have money to Invest In
monthly Installments, a Certificate of
Investment, which Is Interest-bearing from
date of Issuance absolutely as safe as the
banks and unquestionably the best In
vestment on the market to-day.
For particulars, adJrtst P. O. Box 262.
Phone Main 141. Office, 32 King street,
over Ca.tle St Cooke's.
The well established Grocery Business
of C. Hustace, King street. For particulars
enquire of the undersigned
1847-tw CHAS. HUSTACE.
Oafio Sugar Co., Ltd.
The stockbooks of the OAHU SUGAR
CO., LTD . w III be cloed to transfers
from TUESDAY, MAY the aSth, to June
the 1st, 1901, both dates Inclusive.
H. A. IbblNllbKU,
1850- t Treasurer
There will be a meeting of the stock
holders of the WAlALUA HIACH HOTEL
CO , onSaUrdav. Jue 1st. I'hre and
time ot meeting will be announced later.
iBso-iw Secretary. .
Mr. W. E. Burnett has resigned as pre
sident and manager of The Washington
Mercantile Co , Ltd., and Is no longer
auth' rlzed to sign for or do any business
whatsoever for this company
GEORGE E. MORGAN,
Hnnolulu. Miy 2;, 1001. iw-)t
Notice Is hereby given that the sec
ond assessment of 25 per cent of th.
Wnlaliin Reach Hotel will bo due and
payable Juno 1, 1901.
4 CHRIS. J. HOLT,
Quarterly Meeting of the Union Feed
Company. Ltd.. will be held at the
Company's office, Judd Ilulldlng, on
Wednesday, the 29th Inst., at 2 o'clock
SOUTHARD HOFFMAN, JR..
1850 3t 'I
Hereafter the time of departure from
Honolulu of the steamer "Mauna Loa" w III
be 12 o'clock noon.
Shiorjets are herebv notified that freleht
will not be received after io o'clock a. m.
on dav of sailing. This rule will be strict
STEAM NAVIGATION CO,.
McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd.
Notice Is hereby given that the eleventh
asseisment of ten (to) per cent (f 2 go per
share), levied on the assessable stock cf
the McBryde Sugar Ci.. Ltd., Is due on
June ist loot, and will be delinquent
o.i June 15th, loot.
Stockholders will please make prompt
payment at the office of Messrs Tries. IL
Davles St Co., Ltd.
F. M. SWANZY,
Treasurer, McBryde Sugar Co., Lrd.
Honolulu, May ij'h, 1001. i8q-ot
We herebv bee toriotlfv our customers.
and the public generally, that herealterwe
shall Insist on regular monthly settlement
of all accounts owing us.
Any account remaining unpaid aflerflrc
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. Manarel.
HONOLULU MARKET CO.. LTD.
iHntf D. H. DAVIS, Manager.
C. Con Sim.C. Chu Nam rarlnersof
Sing Lung Co., No. 1031 Nuuanu street,
win s 11 tneirpart inierett 01 mij (Jo. to
Lee Von on May 30,1901,, it 12 o'clock noon,
at the office J. A. MGOON, corner of
Merchant and Alakea bis., Honolulu. Alt
rersons who hiv e claims agilnst the sail
C. Con Sam an I C. Chu N im present
their claim at the above cilice May 39
Lee Yau will not be responsible for
debts of the above parties.
May 25, 1901. LEE YAU.
Call and see us before buying
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monu
mental Co., Ltd.
(EL 1S7MAIN. .76 KING ST.
w 1 4 i.