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BVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T., TUESDAY. MAY 28. 1901.
Oceanic Steamship Company,
! iteamert of Mia line will arrir and leave this port aa hereundw:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.,
MARIPOSA Mar 25
SONOMA Juno 4
In connection with the tailing of the above ateameri the agent are pre
pared to lisue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Franctico to all polntt In the United Statee, and from New
fork by any ateamihlp line to all European porta.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APftT TO
Wm. Q. Irwin & Co., Limited,
GENERAL AQENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kfsen Kaisha
Steamer, of In. abnv. cnmrant.fl will call a Honolulu an J
teat, this port on or About t!. date, telow mtntloeeJ.
For Japan and China:
COPTIC MAY 28
AMERICA M ARU JUNK 5
PEKING JUNE 13
GAELIC JUNE 21
HONGKONG MARU JUNE 29
DORIC JULY 10
NIPPON MARU JULY 24
PERU AUO. 1
For central Information
H. HACKFIBLP &
Canadian -Australian Royal lail Steamship Company.
OTStMB.n of lb iboyt lla, rcoalflff l coon t loo with Ibt CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
t"a Vtflcoiivtr, B. C, to! SMf. N. S. W., ao4 callloza. Victoria, C. C.f Heto.tlaicd Brlabaaa
i DUE XT HONOLULU U) aboiU I itatM tilow tiatod vln
FROM VNO.HJVSR AND :?')!
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Mlowtra. .... ,,
rTbfoocb Ickiti liiotd tron Hoatlala leCs
9 aaaac aal a( otral tnfornatloa, apply to
. , Thco.'H.Davlc8frCo.,Ltd., Gsn'l Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
V . S OREGONIAN. G,ooo tons, to sail about May 25.
S S AMERICAN, 0,ooo tons, to sail about June 15.
S. S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, tosall .-n.:..r.
Freight received at company's wharf. 42J Street, South Brooklln.at all t'mts.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight AKent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Lines of Travel
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Onlv THREE DAYS to Chlcaeo.
V.S.l 1.1 LJ- V.
y FOUR DAYS to New Yprk.
1 I'man Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Btrber
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.
O. H,. & L. Co.
and After January 1,
tl. Si.. S.lly i. Scs.
A.M A M A.M.
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F. C. Hurra, Oen'l Fan. A Tloket
O. Y. Dimmon, RaiMrintAndiint
Wilder's Steamship Compaijy
FOR ISLAND PORTS 1
tJitti'iriil Manager ol
Tb MfloJUblj Life Assumum SmI
O' th Mnlroo HUtMfot the HawtdltY
tills 1 UnMbint stiMt, Hcc
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA Mar 29
VENTURA June 4
For San Franclico:
GAELIC MAY 28
HONGKONG MARU JUNE 7
CHINA JUNE 15
DORIC JUNE 22
NIPPON MARtf JULY 2
PERU JULY 9
COPTIC JULY 19
AMERICA MARU JULY 20
PEKINO ."...AUO. 3
GAELIC AUO. 13
apply to P. M. S.
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANB
For Victoria atftVaocccvtr (B.C.):
Mxnt ...!. . May 8
TI1? , .. Jul
Muni r July 11
M'oivtra Aiig .t t3
u Esropt. Fer FftJffM aad
Lines of Travel.
YOU CAN DO IT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kami.
MINIMUM RATE IS $S.
Honolulu Office, Magoon Block.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for our .mtssage
KINO STKECT LINE.
Cirt IrAve W.lklkl for tawn At 1 41. t if, C 4 A.M.
.nJ every M mlnitttf thtrcfftv. HI 1341. 11:1 .ni
ll'H V . Irom V. kikl Ra lu the I'urAh.i'j Sublet.
Ctrs lee U Ranee or 1'a.a uh for town at
5j)A.M unJ tty it irlnuttsthrrtnltert'il 11 oil.M
Cart. Ie.v hort arJ Kin tr ttrett..(Jinfr f 0. Falama
atA.10 a.m. an4 et-ry 11 m'ruitt at et till ii:t
u.rf leave tor raiamji nniy at 1 .ia iq a m
Cart lav iM'ti-x for W-lk kl 1 1- a uni every
it mlniitii 1 LI 6 it U. W . tr-n tl iu.i nl id it KM
The it it KM from PaUmi ibr PtmAVj'j cnlv ect
Uiri xt rort anS time street c rntr lut K lie
Rnc nt j ao aui 10 a 'a
Cars leave Tori and King ,vri- cofn-i 1- r Walklkl
a(6ojA.M anJeiefyit mriult tilt to (H M ihen at
io:y ana 11 j r.n. mti jjr.M p i vikiki
DEKETANIA STUCCT AND NTL'AM' VAltXY.
Car!eae Punahua SliHe Itr Town at j p anJ
fur Tunn anJ Valley at j 40 5 $? I o C ij t 40 1 ani
t.ao A.M. ,
Caroleae Oatu Cnlltpe fcr tewn and Valley at
6,y 6, jo ani 7 10 a.m an! ever) to minniea nil 10:10
H.M.excerttrieeven hour ani halt, hfM con which
run from the M&We
Carkleaw Nujanu Valle atC to I o 6 jo a.m and
eviry 19 mlnmthi;reittirr till ip ) L
Care leave lort and Queen ttrrtts tor Pi'nahou
College at 60s uaj oija M ar.4 vry 10 minutes
fur till 94) !. Alter that the car run i the
Static up to it'scP W which lathe taklcAt frutnToun.
rcachlnp tl StaHe at 11 o t m
ON CALL ALL NIGHT.
AUTOMOBILE CO., LTD.
Coupon Books Sold. Speci.il Rates
made for "Automobile Parties."
NOTE Drivers are not allowed to make
any rates except thuc furnished by the
company. Ask Jrlver to e rale sliect.
In cae of dispute as to fart, pay driver
amount claimed, take rebate slip and cill
at office. We will gladly adj.:st my dif
ference. Office on King St., r.ear Judiciary Bid.
LOUIS T GRANT, Manaser.
Big Racing Yachts
Plans for Season
The Regatta Committee of the New
York Yacht Club S. Nicholson Kane,
Chester Orlswold and Newberry I).
Lawton has made public 'the program
tor im season s racing. Tlie nrst con
test will be off Newport on June 15,
and will be for the UO-footers. There
will be ttnother on June 19, and then
will come the annual regatta, which
will be sailed on the loner bay on Juno
20. This regatta will be for all classes
and It Is probable that the Columbia
and the Constitution will take part.
The noxt week th'o yachts will go up to
the Sound and raco oft Glen Cove for
the Olcri Cove cup. Tho next racing
will he off Newport In July. Later on
will be the cruise, which will bo follow
ed by the trial races. Then In August,
will come the America's Cup races.
Tho announcement of the committee Is
Newport, Juno 15 and 17 The 90
footers, class G. The club will offer a
cup for each race.
New York, Juno 20 Tho Afty-flfth
annual regatta for all classes; racing
trim or cruising trim.
aien Cove, Juno 25; N. Y. Y. C. Sta
tion 10 Tho Glen Covo cups, for all
classes; racing trim.
Newport, June 8, 9, 10 The Newport
scries, for all classes; racing trim.
Glen Cove, Juno 22 Tho fifty-sixth
annual crulso; In cruising trim.
As already announced by tho Com
modore, the rendezvous will be at Glen
Cove on this date. Thero will bo the
customary pikes for the squadron rung
from port to port. Tho first run; which
will be to Huntington Day, will be In
tho afternoon of tho 22d. During the
cruise the Owl and Gamecock colors
will be raced for under the manage
ment of tho fleet captain.
Newport, Aug. 3, 5, 7. Trial races.
The Committee on Challenge from the
Itoynl Ulster Yacht Club has deckled
to hold the trial rnces for the selection
of a vessel to defend the America's Cup
off Newport 'on theso dates.
New York, Aug. 20 Tho America s
Cup. The match for tho America's
Cup will consist of a Berlcs of five
races, a majority of three to win. The
races will be sailed on alternate days
(Sundays out) until the result has been
determined. As at present arranged,
the match will commenco on Aug. 20,
with tho privilege reserved to each club
of postponing tho first raco to Aug. 27.
New iork, Sept. 12 Tho autumn
sweepstakes, for all classes; racing
trim (subject to postponement).
Special Cups Tho Astor cups will bo
sailed for over tho Newport course on
or about July 29, on tho return of tho
squadron from tho eastward. The
Navy Challenger cups will be sailed
for during the cruise. The Upton cup
will bo failed for In tho autumn sweep
stakes. The Dennett cups and cups of
fered by tho flog officers and others
will be placed later.
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
Steamers duo and to sail for tho next
thirty days are as follows:
Steamers. From. Due.
Sonoma S. F. June 4
Ventura Colonics Juno 4
America Maru S. F. Juno D
Mlowera Colonics Juno 5
Hongkong Maru Yokohama June 7
Moana Victoria Juno 8
City of Peking S. F Juno 13
Mariposa S. F. Juno 15
China Yokohama Juno 15
Gaelic S. F. Juno 21
Doric Yokohama Juno 22
Ventura S. F Juno 25
Sierra Colonies June 25
Hongkong Maru S. F. Juno 29
Steamers. For. Due.
Sonoma Colonies Juno 4
Ventura S. F. Juno 4
America Maru oYkohama .. Juno C
Mlowera Victoria June 5
Hongkong Maru S. F. Juno 7
Moana Colonics Juno 8
City of Peking Yokohama . Juno 13
China S. F. Juno lb
Mariposa S. F. June 19
Gaelic Yokohama June 21
Doric H. F. Juno 22
Ventura Colonies Juno 25
Sierra S. F. June 25
Hongkong Maru Yokohama June 29
N. D. A United States Army trans
port may bo expected from San Fran
cisco on the 9th and 2tth nt each
month, en routo to Manila
Coptic from 'FpIhco.
The Coptic from San Francisco ar
rived yesterday afternoon after a pleas,
ant trip of seven dns. She brought
several lay-over pas3cngcTs for this
port and njilg mnll. During Vr stay
In port herllfo boat cretvs had practice
nnd some of thij boat's rrows afforded
U great deal of (tmii6Pment to tho crowd
on the wharf by their manner of pull
ing the oar. Tho natlvo civ of tho
steamer Maul who aro nil trained boat
men, were convulsed "with laughter
most of tho time the mall steamer's
boats wcro In tho water.
Tho Coptic has a very large Oriental
cargo. Among her through passengers
ore Col. A. E. nuck, American IMnls
tcr to Japan nnd his family. The
Btenmpr sails for tho Orient at 3 o'clock
Arrived In 'FrlHCO.
Tho following vessels have arrived
from Hawnll slnco Mny 17th nt San
Frnnclsco Mny 18: Dark Planter, 15
days from Honolulu. At
Eureka, May 18. Ilrltlsh bark City of
Adelaide from Honolulu. At Tacomn,
May 18, bnrk Highland Light, from I.n
hnlnn. At Port Towncend, May 18,
schooner Incn , bark Illg Ilonanza
from Honolulu. At Snn Francisco
May 19 ship Henry Vlllnrd. 18 dnyH
from Honolulu. At Port Townsend,
May IS, bchooner awona, from Ho
nolulu. At Snn Frnnclsco, Mny ,20
Rtenmer Amorlcn Maru, 5 days 22
hours from Honolulu.
Tho pvenlng Bulletin,
76 cents per
To Sail Across Sea j
In Small Open Boat j
Vancouver, 11. C, Maj 20. Cap
tain Voas of Victoria and Norman
I.uxton, a newspaper man, will leave
here tomorrow morning by the early
tide on a trip that Is ccrtnln to provide
many thrilling experiences. They will
cross tho Pacinc In an open boat. If
tjcy arrlvo In Sydney, Australia, on
Christmas day I' will bo more than a
fulfillment of the present expecta
tions. Voss is an old sea captain. Ho
claims that the thlrty-clght-foot In
dlan canoo of cedar will, with careful
navigation, bo as safo as an ordinary
schooner of 300 tons, iho canoo Is
the best model' that could bo purchas
ed from tho rMSt Indians. It Is near
ly five feet wide at the top. For near
ly Its whole length tho little vessel Is
decked In so that tt'wtll bo practically
Impossible for, her to ship any amount
of water. There Is a llttlo cabin amid
ships, and altogether tho' hold of tbo
boat Is so tightly Inclosed with skins
as to he almost water-tight. Tho
boat has thrco masts, schooner rig
ged and a douhlo setting sails Is car
ried. Thr outfit Is fully as complete.
comparatively, ns that of tho largest
sailing ships. Tho mnln pnrt of Uio
provisions aro stowed away In foro
and aft bulkheads, ns arc guns and
I.uxton Is a crack shot, nnd they
expect to do a good deal of hunting
among tho South Sea Islands to re
plenish their larder.
Tho two carry a sheet-Iron stove
and a complete cooking outfit, with
conl ns !n!tat. They will stop nt
Honolulu and New Guinea nnd other
Islands. Cnptnln Voss Is well acquain
ted with tho South Seas and his ex
perience will he valuable. They will
star nt Svdnoy nnd Melbourne for sev
eral weeks nnd will then set Ball for
Dclagoa Day, in South Afrlcn. where
thev will pass some time. Then they
wilt go to Kngland, exhibit their
strnngo war canoo and tho trophies
thev will naturally gain In two years
of travel nnd return homA
PEARL HARBOR STATION
New York. May 18. A special to
tho Herald from Washington saya:
Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, will bo the site
of ono of tho most important of the
American naval stations of tho Pacinc.
I.argo machine shops and dry dock nro
to bo constructed at that point, and
everything will ho done to mako It a
tlrstclass repair station lor war snips.
Acting Secretary Hackctt has ordered
tho hoard which considered a point
In Pearl harbor whero a station should
bo established to resume Its sittings
in Washington to consider recom
mendations mndo by Captain John F.
Merry, commandant ot tho coaling
station at Honolulu,
Captain Merry has Informed tho d
pnrtment that conditions about Pearl
hnrlini. hnvn flinnirnH Hltfrnr tll&nters '
hnvo extended their plantations and
planted enne. nnd tho price of land
has Increased. As tho cost of tho land
for tho station Is limited to 1150,000,
n change In tho slto originally chosen
must bo made.
Tho now barkcntlno Lahalna wns
successfully launched at Oakland creek
on thu l9ib lnst.
The Lahalna wna built for Hind.
Rolph & Co. for tho Hawaiian trade.
She Is a four-masted bark, ot 1200 tons
burden. 215 feet In length, 41.G feet
beam and Is equipped with steam hoist
ing gear. Including anchor hoist and
salt-setting apparatus. On her first
trip sho will take 1,400,000 feet of lum
ber from Puget sound to China. Sho
will bo commanded by Captain N. T.
Carlson, formerly of tho schooner Mu
riel. Tho keel of a sister ship to the Ia
hnlnn will be laid Immediately by the
Tbcto ships, tho largest of tho fleet of
their owners, will afford unusually
commodious and comfortablo quarters
for their men. while nft cabins aro to
bo luxurious In their appointment.
MORE PORTO RICAN8.
San Jiinn do Porto Illco, May
21. Nino hundred emigrants embark
ed on tho steamer Callfornlan at dun
nlca for Hawaii today, leaving 400
moro ready to sail. Joyous manifesta
tions accompanied tho departuro ot
tho emigrants. Fourteen weddings
nnd forty-eight baptisms took placo
Sunday . Tho emigration agents nro
spending, it Is csumatcd, about $10,
000 In recruiting nnd maintaining tho
emigrants. Favorable reports from
Hawaii hnvo caused a continuation of
tho migration. ,
41 , .
8nlU-il far IhIoikIh.
San Francisco, May 19. Four ves
sels were cleared yesterday for the Ha
waiian Islands, two of them sailing.
Cnptnln Potter. Into of the lurk Aldcn
Itcssc, Is in command of tho liarkentlno
J. C. Plhiger, which sailed for Hono
lulu. Thb hi Ig Galileo sulleil from Ma-
hukona, the schooner Mary Dodgo
cleared for thiit port, anil tho "lurk
Ualulanl cleared for Honolulu.
Tho following vessels hnvo sailed
for Hawaii since May 17th: May 18,
from San Frnnclsco. liarkentlno J. C.
Pluegcr for Honolulu, brig Galileo for
Mnhuknna.. Fiom Tacomn May 18,
ship John Potter for Honolulu, From
Kewcastlo May lxtn, snip j. 11.
Iirown, ship Elwell for Honolulu. From
San Frnnclsco May 18 bark Knlulanl
for Honolulu, schooner Mary Dodgo
for Lahalna and Mahukona. From
Port Gambia May 19, schooner John
O. North for Honolpu, From Eureka
May 20, schooner Dertlo Minor for
RQDGER8 AT CAVITB.
Washington. May 21. A cable
gram recolvcd at tho Navy Depart
ment from Hear Admiral Hodgcrs an
nounced lils arlval nt Cavlto aboard
t..o flngshlp New York, Admiral Rod
gers becomes senior squadron com
mnndor of tho Asiatic station suc
ceeding Admiral Kcmpff who will bo I
tho junior squadron commander 0: tno
The ever popular Rainier beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you have r. glfss of Seattle." la mor
often heard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap or
Instruments hied for record Mav 28, loot
First Party Second Party Class
It L Shaw & wf First Bank Hllo M
ENaoneqtal " " At
Bank of Hawall.Ltd W C Adil P R
A YounK W F Frear R
J F de Jesus Port M B S of H D
Boys' Brigade in an
encouraged by the liberal support
given their laudable, .enterprise, the
leaders of the Hoys' Brigade phllan
thropy have decided upon a policy of
expansion. The organization will be
extended. Branches will be establish
cd In various parts of the city,
These will be established first In the
places of greatest need. The Kakaako
district will receive Immediate attcn
tlon. Tho Kakaako club will be organ
ued along lines similar to those In
force nt Palama. The matter was dls
cussed at a meeting held yesterday
Other subjects wero also considered.
Itcv. A. E. Cory spoke on the Uoy'
Tho commltfco In chrrgo of tho nth-
Idle program to he given on Memorial
Day, are planning a fine nftcrnoon of
snorts. W. D. Adams wns tendered a
vote of thanks for tho ndmlmblo man
ncr 1n which ho managed the Advertlj
Dattnllon drill under (ho direction of
Captain Wilson Is announced for
Thursday, June 0, nt Capitol Square.
Among the other novel schemes of
this organization Is tho "traveling kit,"
soon to be put Into operation. It will
bo sent from ono section of tho city
to the other for the use of boys who are
Washington. May 20. The War
Department has received from China
a petition presented to General Chaffco
uy a mass meeting of several thousand
Chinese assembled In front of tho Pro
vost Marshal In Peking on March 2Sth
Inst, nnd signed by SGUt Chlneso resi
dents of that city, praying for tho re
tention of the American troops.
The petition told of tho good work
performed by tho American soldiers
and ot tho thousands of homeless peo
ple who had been fed by tho American
charity houses. Captain John T. Tilt
son, Fourteenth infantry, tho Provost
Marshal, In replying to tho petition,
"It Is needless to toll you that the
unuou Htntca noes not maintain an
army for tho purpnso of furnishing tho
city of Peking with good municipal
government, and as a business propo
sition your appeal for tbo United
States forces to remain longer In Po
king has llttlo to stand upon,
That you need our protection there
is little iiuubt. and km (tin broader
principles of humanity most frequent
ly sway tho peoplo or any country
your petition is not hopeless and I
shall bo glad to refer It to our Gov
Whatever tho result of your pe
tition, whether wo stay or go, It may
ho gratifying to you to know that tho
soldiers of tho 'United States who. hy
forco of circumstances, camo to China
ns your enemies, nro now your friends
and wo hopo that this friendship may
London. Mny 21. Tho Govern
ment was questioned in tho House of
Commons on tho subject or tno kwo
Incident nt Tlen-tsln when tho Chl
neso on board that vesBel wero fatally
shot bv Germans gunrdlng a bridge
after tho tug had fouled It. Under
Foreign Secretnry. Lord Crnnborne. In
renlv. said Field Marshal von Wnlder
sco had expressed his regret and had
promised to tako mensurcs to prevent
tho rccurrenco of similar Incidents.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAT.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
I on each box. 2R cent.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by our late
scientific melhoJ applied to the gums. No
sleep-i reducing agents or cocahie.
These aie the onlv dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED API'LIANCUS
and Inuredlents to extract, fill and apply
sold crowns and rorcelaln crowns wide-
tecta&ie trom natural tettn, and warranted
for ten vears, WITHOUT Till: LKsST PAIN.
All wmk done by GKADUATLI) DtNTISTS
of from 12 to 20 vears' experience, nnd each
department In cringe of .1 specialist. Give
us a call, and vou will And us to ''0 exact
ly as we advertise. We will tell vou In
advance exactly whit your work will cost
by a FRI-B EXAMINATION
Set Toeth 85 00
Gold Crowns 65 00
Our name alone will be a guirantee that
your work will be of the best. .
New York Dental Parlors,
KOOM 4. .LITE UUILUlhO,
LADIES IN ATTb.NDANCE.
HAWAII SI1IMPO SUA
The Pioneer Japanese Printing office,
Tin Publisher of "HAWAII 9I1IMPO,'.
tit. only Jally J.or. fgytt rublUtwl
In ill. Tiirliuiy nt IU4I -
Y. SOGA. Editor.
C, SHIOZAWA, Proprietor
ST Editorial and Printing Office, neai
King bridge Klnx street, P O. Box w.
Realty and Maturity Co.
DEALERS IN REAL ESTATb,
Loans, Mortgages, Bonds, etc. Sud-dlvl
ders of tracts of city property; houses bull'
on easy terms; all sorts of documentsdrawt
on short notice, at a moderate charge; work
We also Issue, as an especial feature, to
parties who have money to Invest 1st
monthly Installments, a Certificate -ot
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-Jay. ,
For particulars, address P. O. Box 261.
Phone Main 141. Office, 32 King street,
over Castle & Cooke's.
There will be a meeting of the stock
holders of the WAlALUA ISEACII HOTLL
CO., on SatJrday. Jure 1st. Place ani
time of meeting will be announced later.
1 850-1 w Secretary.
Mr. W. E. Burnett has reslened as pre
sident and manager of The Washington
Mercantile Co Ltd.. and Is no lonzer
authorized to sign for or do any business.
wnaisoever ior tnis company
UCUKOE E. .YIUKljAN,
Honolulu. May a, 1001. i8;a-;t
Quarterly Meeting of the Union Feed
Company, Ltd., will ho held at the
Company's office, Judd Uulldlng, on
Wednesday, tho 29th Inst., at 2 o'clock
SOUTHAIID HOFFMAN, JIL.
Hereafter the time of departure from
Honolulu of the steamer "Mauna L01" will
be 12 o'clock noon.
Sh oners are hereby notified that freight
will not be received alter 10 o'clock a. m.
on djv of sailing. This rule will be strict
STEAM NAVIGATION CO.,
A meeting Is called of nil tho sub
scribers to tho Kolinla Social iUU
building fund on June 8th. 1901, at 7
p. m. at the Kohala Club to consider
transfer of tho property to. permanent
Per Order of
II. U HOI.STEIN. Alfr,
We hereby bee 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 allerttn
las' dav of the month totlowlnc its con
traction, will be closed, and stops taken
for its Immediate collection
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO , LTD
G. J. WALLER, Mantc
HONOLULU MARKET CO., LIE.
loiytf D. H. DAVIS. Manager-
C. Con Sim, C. Chu Nam partners of
Sing Lung Co., No. 1031 Nuuanu street,
will s-ll their part Interest of said Co.,te
Lee Yon on May 30, 1901, at 12 o'clock noon,
ut the office J. A. MAGOON, corner or
Merchant and Alakea its., Honolulu. AX
persons who hive claims a alnst the salt,
C. Con Sam ant C. Chu Nira rreseri
their claim at the above cfliceMay":p
Lee Yau will not be responsible for
debts of the abjve parties.
May 25, 1901. LEE YAU.
NOTICR IS HEREBY GIVEN OF
tho folowlng appointments In tho OIE02
of tho Treasurer:
M. T. Lyons Rookxceper.
Gustavo Hose License Clevis
Henry Peters .. Corporation Clerk.
Chnrles Kaiiuol Mcscssu.
WM. II. Vlll011T.
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii.
Honolulu, May 27, 1P01.
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