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EVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU H. T WEDNESDAY. MAY 29. 1001.
Lines of traiel.
Oceanic Steamship Company
n steamer of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
rnOM SAN FRANCISCO. '
SONOMA June 4
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIFOSA May 29
VENTURA June 4
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers the agents sre pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets br anr rail
road from San Francisco to alt points In the United States, and from New
fork by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited;
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Staatnersof Iht abmecnmfinlfl will caII at Honolulu ni
leava this port on or Jbout tha datrs telow werttlo-f J
For Japan and China:
AMERICA MARU JUNE B
PEKINO JUNE 13
GAELIC JUNE 21
HONGKONG MA11U JUNE 29
DORIC JULY 10
NIPPON MARU JULY 24
PERU AUG. 1
For San Francisco:
HONGKONG MARU JUNE 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 AUG. 13
For general Information applv to P. M. S. S. Co.
H. HACKFIBLO & CO. LTD. AGENTS.
SSTStaaaara of its toon lino, rsnal.c I. cot.actloB wltk Us CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
hum Vaoeosrar, B C , an4 S-'r. N. S. W.. act calllrjf at Victoria. C. C . Hoeolulout Brlsbua
' DUE AT IIONOLIXV SI. a0 It I Uataa t.low atatlj Till
FKOM VANCOUVER AND )C
for H.libaoa tot Sylntri
WTbro.il b IcktU ln4 fron Hotilulo to Cut..
ciiiK otrai luioimaugn, appij 10
RUM SYDNEY AND BRISBAN!
fer Vlctcila it 4 Vttctcvtr (B. C ):
Must . My 8
Mim . July it
M OMfi Augutt i3
V " S3 Etitft For t-rtltbl ibI
Thco. H.DavleH&Co.,Ltd.. Gsn'lAftcnt.
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, C.ooo tons, tc sail about June 15.
S.S.HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail...... -.
Freight received at company's wharf. 42J Street, South Brook!! n, at all times.
For further particulars apply to .
C. P. MORSE,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO-, LTD.,
Lines of Travel
ACROSS THE CONTINENT TROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
y FOUR DAYS to New York,
man Palace Sleepers. Buffet. Smok
ing anj Library Cars, with Barber
5 nop ana rieasam Keaaing Kooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullm-in Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP. General Agent.
115 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
no. 1 Montgomery si., dan f rancisco.
, li.r. a 1
Lines of Tmel.
YOD CAN DO IT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting rotssages to all the
Islands of the g'ojpe cept Kauai.
MINIMUM BATE 18 $3.
Honolulu Office, Magoon Block.
TEL., MAIN 181.
.Vessenger w ill call fo' 1 0 jr message
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WHm 1 wr
This Is one type of hideous headache. There are many
other kinds, each having Its particular variety of madden
ing torture or dull, stupefying throb. Headaches belong
to '.he past because Custer's Magic Headache Wafers are
of the present.
If vou smoke tio much, or drink loo much.
or eat too much, or work too much, or sit up
too late, or get up tto early and have a head
ache from any cause, you can stop It In
20 minutes with
If you tike one after drinking or
eating heavll before going ta bed.
you will arise the next morning with
stead nerves aid a clear brain.
Calumet Club Milwaukee. Wll , Fab 23,1900.
Mr. Mix Ostler. Ph C.MItviuku.Wu. ....
tar S r Your Mijlc H-alieha Wai-rs arj i tselMl necessity to anrsne, whs.
Irerr choie. er ctherwlt-. rrust Indulre. In tho limitations of sxl-tr fuictlsns Sine)
mine rwr remedr I never hive heaiichs, netwltha undine lit. dinn-rs and oth-r elr
eumitanecl which usually pro Kk headache. I find a miwlly ol Ih. club member!
keep upplled with yojr mile remeJwMchlicemln'w-ll-nimed
Y.iri tru'ir. P. HUMMEL.
Contain no harmful ubataneei ct any Hid They are positively helpful to
nerve, ani tyetem. Sold by all d-utslata al 10c. and 23e. l 'lour limes as
many In the 2Se box ) The genuine are put up In tablet form only. Avoid powders
put up In cachets (made ct r.aate beciJie such covers warp cpon. scolllnc the powd-r
and when damp ire wormy. Csssl-r s Made Heilaehe Wafs-s are rilrinteed to
cur. absolutely In 20 mtnutee, or reurn partly used box to druif 1st in J he wl I refund
amount. pocKET A BQX-
Illllirillll Ar Tlir Governor Nash of Ohio. Miss Deshlcr,
Alinif.HIIVll ill- IHr Jlls niece. ho aa to christen the ship;
HllliUlllliU Ul I IIL i ; l"h"- , " was ? nct ,for,nMrs-
1 McKlnlcy, and many uniformed olhccrg
of the ami) and navy. m
Miss Ilarher and the President stood
before the electric appliance which con
trolled the Kulllottno that uas to Becr
the rope which held tho weight that
I was to knock out the last beam. Mrs.
Ida Kckert Lawrence of Ohio read an
original poem. Miss Ilarbcr, with her
linger on the button, was looking In
tently nt the Indicator. At 12:2215,
two and a half minutes before tho tide
wns at Its highest, the lime set for the
launching, there suddenly shot Into tho
face of the Indicator tho word "ready."
Miss Ilarbcr pressed the button. Tho
last block away. At the same time
Miss Dcshler. a oounir. lady of IT. In n
IN MEMORABLE SPEECH "s'11 s" "'" Iicr ,lark lmlr uraldci1
down her bnck In school girl fashion,
let go of the bottlo r.f champagne sus
pended at the side ot tho bow by n
Union Iron Works Employes Present red. white and blue ribbon nmi ns it
trasueii a-imsi inc suie sue micron inu
words. "I christen tine Ohio." Ile-
Icased from Its bonds the heavy hull
of HOOO tons of stctl went plontnK
through the thick grenso of ItH cradle.
Slowly at first, then faster and faster
she slid down tho wa)s taking the Hood
majestically and piling up tho water In
great waves before h"r. Tho band
crashed, whistles blew and tho multi
in Connection With
President McKinley With
Gold Plate Suitably
E. L. LOMAX
. Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Co.
rom and After January 1, 18rt,
STATIONS. Dally Dally
(Oirairi) Sua. allr si. Sia. Daily Dally
AM AM AM. PM. I'M.
Hticlnle .... r lo i j :i oj 115 no
Pairl City... So 9 a suae S4f itf
fcwiMlil 81s 1008 raoe a cs sue
Walaaas 10 10 .... 4 4S
atilua it. si .. 14. ,.
Cabulru ... .... la la .... ins
(liwtti) si Sis. Dally Dally Dally
AM. AM. PM. PM.
Kalaai.., 113s sol
Wa'ilu. ,,,, ,,,, 61. ,,,. sis.
Walaaae ..,;..(, ., Tiro 111
la Mill , i0 til lies 4 is
PsatlClty tin Sici sua sue
oaolalt tn li a. 1 ie
F, C. Hkitb, Qen'l Pass. dr. Tlckot
Q. P. DxifisOM, HnrerlnUindent
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS
tiiinsial Manager ol
Ik Efjnjtible Life Assnysnw SwlH
() h nolle 1 3tKtsfor tb HswsUsw
Vnwi laltmbtnt sum 1, Ul r
Street Railway Tims Table.
KINO 57RHET UNC
Can leave Wa klstt fnr t n at , 41 C i$, 645AM
and vir n m nuit tt treat 11 I 1041. i.H nJ
11 til M tt m Wa V. Ki pjtu if I'uttahm Stable
Cart kaw H Hati.v r J'awaa Hcr. lor town at
S ijA m anJ ever nmutt thm-aiur III ti oil1 tt
Car ltratf furl fcnJ K r tti'rt loinrr tor Hat a ma
at 6 o am an J ttrv ij ir nj K alter till 11 tj
(.m leave fur I'alarra t ni at 1 anJ j )o A M.
Cart leave Pa arafor j It k utAH an J every
n niinutttl la n I M . tVn it it jni iokI'.M
ThetiMPM from Palatra m unahim only co
toWaixikj m iatuiiiv
uari teavt ruri ana Mnj vut'v corner iui Kine
Ranpe at 5 ?v anJ c a m
Carakavr Frt ani K r . corner f or Walklkl
at uja m anJett n in iit uli tout!1 M then at
10 anJ 11 jim Tit u t I M 1,0 tu Walklkl
Ht-ULTAMA STKEtT AND M'UANU VALLEY.
Car lra Pi naN n uHt t r Tnwn at j jo anJ
ft r Town and alley at j 4 ? & 0 o 6 6 40 7 anJ
Cart leave Oahj Collect t 1 town anl Valley at
6 10 1 50 an J tiuAM nj r rr 10 minute till 10 10
p w exceri tn "n h' -' nJ tia t huur cart which
run from the tal e
CattleaTt Nuuanu Valley at C 10 C jo 6 jo A M ani
every u minu'th tfi. reader t II 1 ;q i m
Lars teavt iVt rt arj Qutti ftttttts (or Punahuu
Colleire at 6 03 ( aj l ti A m an4 every 10 minutes
after till q 411 M Atter that Hie can run tn the
btaMeup 10 it uf M.wMdi kilwlaitcar fromTon.
rtachlni; It StaHt at 11 f vt
ON CALL ALL MGHT.
AUTOMOBILE CO., LTD.
Coupon Books Sold. Special Hates.
made for "Automobile Parties."
NOTL Drive's are not allowed M make
any rates ecent thoe furnished bv the
company. Ask driver to see rale sheet.
In cae of dispute .is to fare, piy dilver
amount claimed, take itbate slip and call
at off.ee. We w III c ally aJjutf any dlf
Office on Klnc bt., neir Judkhry Bid,
1 LOUI5 T GRANT, Manager.
San Frnncliico. May IS. Fortunately
jfis. McKlnlej's eonilltlon today per
mitted tho President to attend tho
launching of tho hattlehlp Ohio from
tho j arils of tho Union Iron Work. To
witness tho launching of this ship,
named In honor of his native State, was
the real object ho of tho President's
long trip across tho continent and was
tho event which has attracted to tho
Pacific Coast tho Governors of thrco
States, tho Ohio Congressional delega
tion, several United Stntes Senators
nnd many other notable and dis
Dramatic nnd plctiiresquo as was
tho sight of 14,000 tons of steel sliding
Into tho full breasted tide of San Fran
cisco bay. It vva not so splendid and
magnificent ns tho great naval pageant
which accompanied It nor ns pro
foundly Impressive ns the greeting ex
tended to tho President by the 4500
cmplovcs of tho nhl jard. With tho
threat of a great strike Impending, tho
Piesldcnt's words to the worMngnicn
today hnvo nn added clsnlllcatico nnd
his reference to tho expansion nnd oth
er national questions make his speech,
probably the last he will deliver on
his nrescnt tour. In c-.ery respect a
When the President left tho sick
room of his wife this morning every
nrianeement had been made to notify
him on the Instant of nny change for
tho worso In hor condition. Tho phy
slclans (insured him there was no indl
cation of a setback, but at his request
telegraphic connections wcro mado at
tho wharf nnd nt tho ship yard nnd
save for tho time ho was on tho water
ho was not for a mlniito nwny from di
rect communication v.'th tho Scott
residence. Ho wati driven to the wharf
In a closed carriage escorted by n squad
of mounted police. Tho Cabinet nnd
other distinguished visitors wcro nb
ready aboard the tra.ispoit tug Slo
rum, which wns tho only pirty to tho
Union lion Works, two miles away,
when ho arrived. Tho President's ling
nn eaglo nnd Khlcld, en a bluo field.
was lljlng from tho main and tho
Union Jack wnB nt the bow ni ho step
ped smllliiRlj up the pnngwny to tho
accompaniment of tho cheers of tho
thousands who blackened tho neigh
boring ilcr head.
Then began the sail e,ver tho shining
waters of tho bay Every craft In tho
harbor was decked out In gajett nttlro
nnd tho city In tho background was n
perfect mound of vvav ing flags. At tho
liter onco more, tho President and his
party moved to a stnnd where tho rep
resentative of 4500 cniplojcs of the
Union Iron Works In a neat tpeech
asked a heartfelt blessing upon the
head of tho President and cxpiessed
sympnth) for his suffering wife, nfter
vvnids piesentlng tho Picsldent with a
gold pinto enginved with n suitable In
scilptlon. Tho President's response
aroused much enthusiasm, IIo told bis
nudltnco of his friendship for tho
worklngmen during his entire public
ram r and touched tho limits (if the
surging riiiwd before him ns ho sjuko
eloquent!) of tho patriotic icspojso
wlili li California hud made dm lug tho
Aftci this notnblo speech of tho Pres
ident enmo tho launching of tho Ohio.
Oatheicd on the platform -wcio tho
Piesldcut nnd membeis of the Cabinet,
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
Steamers due and to sail for the next
thirty days arc as follows:
Steamers. From. Due.
Sonoma S. 1 Juno 4
Ventura Colonies Juno 4
America Maru S. V. Juno C
Mlowcrn Colonies Juno 5
Hongkong Maru Yokohama Juno 7
Moana Victoria Juno 8
City of Peking S. F. Juno 13
Mariposa S. I. Juno 15
Chlnn Yokohama Juno 15
Gaelic S. F. Juno 21
Doric Yokohama Juno 22
Ventura 8. F Juno 25
Sierra Colonics June 25
Hongkong Maru S. V June 29
Steamers. For. Due.
Sonoma Colonies June 4
Ventura S. F. Juno 4
America Maru oYkolnma . . Juno 5
Mlow era Victoria Juno 5
Hongkong Maru S. F. Juno 7
Montia Colonics Juno 8
City of Peking Yokohama . Juno 13
China S. F. Juno lb
Mariposa S. F. Juno 19
Gaelic Yokohama Juno 21
Doric S. F Juno 22
Venturn Colonies Juno 25
Sierra S. F. Juno 25
Hongkong Mnru Yokohama Juno 29
N. It A United States Army trans
port may bo expected from San Fran
cist o on tho 9th nnd 21th of each
month, en routo to MnnlK
Instruments filed for record May 28, toot
Mrs At Heenetal
W P Ftear
J A Hopper
Chung Yet et al
Second Party Class
Yee Lung Tal Co US
P U Jones, Ltd M
See Hon Wal H
Evva Plantation Co L
Walalua ArI Co L
Haw'nAutom'blleCo Castle St Cooke
C W Booth L F Alvjrez
O L borenson F Andrade
Instruments filed for record May 29, 1001.
J A Magoon
W C Roe & wf
W M Campbell
J A Magoon
S J Salter
J A Magosn
A C Lamb
R C Geer
E B Wallace & hus W M Campbell
j j narvey w m campDell
K E A Cooper et al
J T Schneider etal
P C Geer
W R Castle
M Desky & hus
M B WarlnK
C S Desky & w f
M B Warlnz
J M Little
J M Little
H G Woott-n
H G Wootten
OREGON COMING THIS WAY
The battleship Oregon should bo hero
from Yokohama In a few da)s now as
she sailed from that port on the 15th
Inst, with her bunkers full and a large
nmount of coal on deck. Of course,
under ordinary circumstances, tho
bunker would hold enough coal to
tako tho Oregon from Yokohama to
San Francisco and a long dtstnnco far
ther but bad weather was anticipated
and. tho Oregon, having been In bad
circumstances out In tho Orient, It
was thought vvlso to tako overy pre
That tho Oregon has met with bad
weather seems to bo a pretty well es
tablished fact when tho story of tho
Gaelic which sailed from tho same port
two days later. Is known. The steam
er was four da) In ,1 most terrific
storm nnd, ns tho Oregon took the
same course, thcro la little doubt that
sho will have a story of a rough ex
perience nt sea upon her arrival here.
The Oregon will be unable to como
Into tho harbor on account of her
draught but w III coil outside. It is cal
culated that she will be here about four
da)s. A new order from tho Navy De
partment will make It impossible for
tho officers to come nshorc.
A captain of one of tho men-of-war
on the Asiatic station was ree'cntly
reprimanded for his delay In coaling
ship. He retorted that he could not
very well finish this work In tho tlmo
expected when nil tho ofilcers wcro
nshorc. It was not long before Wash
ington was heard from nnd now. no
otnrers are- to bo allowed ashore while
coaling operations aro In progress. As
tho Oregon will begin to coil ns soon
after her nrrlval as porslblo and will
lenve ns soon ns operations have been
completed. It will bo seen that tho
nlllcers will have little 1 banco to como
T.W. HOISKON ILL.
News comes from San Francisco by
tho 7ealandla that Commodore T. W.
Hobron, tho popular local )iichtsman.
Is seriously 111 In San Fr.mclseo Mr.
Hobron expected to arrive hero last
Saturday, but ho wns stricken with
a scvero attack of Inllammntory ilicu
mhtlsm caused by n wetting received
whllo out )achtlng. A letter was re
ceived on the Coptic saying that Mr.
Hobron was better, but still under
strict medical care, Ho hopes to return
here soon, leaving San Francisco about
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
RULING FOR ISLAND BOATS
Under tho following letter from tho
Afrlstant Secretary of tho Treasury
to tho Collector of Customs for New
Voric tho vessels of tho Island lines
will hereafter be permitted to handlo
go-ids In bond shlppd from tho East
via tho Southern Pacific railroad:
Treasury Dcpt, May 3, 190'
Sir: Tho Department has received
an application, dated tho 19th ultimo,
from tho Southern Pacific Company
tor permission to add tho Knnsas City
Southern Rnllway and tho following
named American lines of sailing ves
sels, viz, Hawaiian I.lno, Planters
Line, Sprockets Lino, A. nnd II. I.lno,
nnd tho Island Line, to tho list of
rnllwn)8 nnd water routes embraced
In tho bond of said company npprnved
jsovenilicr w, 1900, as a common enr
rler for tho transportation of unnp'
nrnlscd mcrchnndlso from )our port,
to which application tho sureties on
tho bond referred to havo submitted
their written consent.
Tho application Is hereby approved.
nnd you nre niithnrlzed to note on tup
copy of tho bond 011 fllo In jour nfilcc
tho fnct that tho railway nnd water
routes ahovo named havo been added
to tho list embraced In said bond.
O. I 8PAUI.DINO.
Collector of Customs.
Now ork, N. ,
Realty and Maturity Co.
DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE,
Loans, MortgaRes, Bonds, etc. Sud-dfvl
ders of tracts of city property; houes bull'
on easy tetmss all sorts of documents drawn
on short notice, at a moJeratecharge: work
We also Issue, as an esreclal feature, to
parties who have men-y to Invest fa
monthly Installments, a Certificate of
Investment, which Is Interest-bearing from
date of Issuance absolutely as sjfe as tin
banks and unquestionably the best In
vestment on the market to-day
For particulars, address P. O. Box 261.
Phone Main 141. Office, 11 Kifz street.
over Civile & Cooke's.
There will be a meetlnc of thenck"
holders of the WAlALUA ISLACH HOTti
CO , on Svtjrday, Jure t.t. Plice aaS
time ol meeting will be announced lata.
IJJSOMvv Secret iry.
Havlne disposed of my business to C
DAY & CO . M tike effect June lit
next, I would thank the public foi the
patronage bestowed uron me. and wouU
ask for a continuance ot the same to my
successors. All debts due are pav.ible tr
me. and I assume al I ablllt cs to the above.
i8iw CHAS. HUSTACE.
The stores of the undersleneJ will tt
closed at 12 o'clock on Deconllon fJiy.
may 30. me oniy ceiivery win beat ret
a. m. Customers are lequestej to pLke
their orders as soon as possible.
H. MAY & CO.
LEWIS V CO.
CHAS. HI1S1 ACE.
l82t SALTEIt & WAt tY.
McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd.
Notice Is hereby clven that the eleventh
assessment of ten (to) rer cent ($1.00 per
snare), levied on the assessable stock of
the McBryde Bugar Cj.. Ltd., Is due on
June 1st., loot, and will be delinquent
01 June 15th. toot.
btowkliolders w III please make prompt
Eat ment at the office of Messrs 1 hea. II.
lavles & Co., Ltd.
P. . SWANZY,
Treasurer, Mctirvde Sugar Co.. LrJ.
Honolulu, May 13 h, loot. iSyj-ot
We hereby beg to notify our customers,
and the public generally, tint hereafter we
shall Insist on regular monthly scttlementi
of all accounts owing us.
Any account remaining unpaid after the.
last day of the month following Its cirr
Iractlon. will be closed, and stops tikes
for Its Immediate collection
METROPOLITAN MEAT Co , LTD
G. J. WALLER, Manasrc
HONOLULU MARKET CO., LTD.
1H33 tf P. H. DAVIS. Manger.
At a meeting of the directors of fr
OHI'IILUM COMPANY. LTD., held thb
i'av, an assessment of 10", on the assess
able stock was levied, payable on Junetst
and delinquent July 1st.
ORPHEUM COMPANY, LTD-.
I1Y JOHN r. COUiUKM,
May 27, 1001 Secreta?yjotBii
Pmlo Alto, California
A prcnirntorv school of the hiuliibt
grade for bo)3. Its students entir
I.eland Stanford nnd L.tstern uni
versities vv ilhout L-xauiinition. I.aj s
a most thorough foundation forfiic
cessful fctndy, Including phvclc.il
preparation. Football, baseball nnd
tennis the veir around. Onl manly
bojs with highest recommendations
fiten Clnrges reasonable.
MKIlr II H lHUKIH-Tl Tl
I FRANK CRAMER, A.M., Prlnclpml
DREYFUH TE8TIM0NY LOST.
Recent cablo dispatches told of tho
denth, In the fire which destro)cd tho
palnco of tho Kmprcss at Peking, ot
Major General Schnartzkopf, who was
chief of staff of Tlcld Marshal von
Wnldcrsco. General Schwartzkopf
written also Schwnrtzkoppcn will bo
rcmemhcri d ns tho famous Col,
Schwnrtzkoppcn who was German mili
tary ntfache In Paris nt. tho tlmo of tho
first Drc)tus agllntlon. It wns In his
overcoat pocket that tho bordereau, or
covering letter, was found, It wns ho
who Is gcnernlly believed to havo writ
ten tho petit bleu, or express letter
card, nddresscd to Major Ilsterhazy;
it wns Col. SchwartzKoppen concern
ing whom Lnborl telegraphed to tho
German Umperor, begging that tho nt
tacho bo nllowed to come to Rennes
and glvo his evidence Schvvartzkop-
pen could not go to Rennes. but ho
announced his willingness to answer
any nutations put to him by a rogatory
commission. Rut tho court cautiously
decided that It hid no competence to
order such a commission. Now, the
ono man who not only know tho truth
about tho "Affaire Dreyfus," but whom
ever) body Knew to know It; tho ono
man who nlono could hnvo established
be) ond all cnvll tho Innocenro of Drey
fus .SchwartzKoppen Is dead 'lh'ro
Is a strango fate In tho death of this
chief witness nt tho tlmo when lire) fus
la giving to the world his autoblogra-
ph) "Plvo Yinrs of M) Life" (Mc
Clurc. Phillips . Co.)
j to cunr. a cut.!) in onr day
Take Laxative Diomo Quinine Tablets
I U drugglBts refund tho money If It
falls to cure. K V Grove's slgnnl'ipi
Is on each box 25 rent.
Camnra & Co. can now tin found o.v
Alnki street betnien Kins and Mer
Fire Claims ConimissioB.
Pursuant tn Act 1 5 of theXeglslaUire cf
Hawaii, notice is hereby given th sail
Commission will, trglnnlng on FPtOAT
the 31st day of MAY, A. U. ioai,.ithe
hour of 0:30 a.m. hold public Ttaon.ai
the rooms of the Chamber of Oratisrw
Campbell Block, corner of Foitavd Mer
chant streets, Honolulu, T. H., urtle
purpoe of heirlng and examing iso&fs 0
the alleged lose as p ov I Jed In aid Act.
F. W. MACFAHLANE,
Dated May 27th, loot. (Gp-Jt
To Whom It May Cukux
Honolulu, Ma- 17, rsi.
Notice Is herebv given that the Arrrivni
schooner "H.D. Bendixvn," wta.r.jf UL
Olsen is Master, Ins arrived ticsJ.ir frier
Newcastle, N.S.W., with o .jf ens'
consigned to order The sali Mm er be Int.
unible to locate consignee ii rrs r
holder ot Bills of Lading, Ulttatiils'ovir
to notify conslgnteof ci go, it theaeel
rraJIness to discharge simeaf ftr brat if
Master Am. Sc. "H D. Htni.n:'
notici: m ur.iuun tjivm w
tho folow Ing nppnlutinx fca In f. Offirn.
of tho Treasurer:
M. T. L)ons IswAVtepin:
Henry Peters . Corjrjj-alltm CleTs.
Charles Kaanol Nit.MiagnT
WM. 11 "VY RIG 117
Treasurer, Terriuirj it DtviUl
Honolulu, May 27. 15(0.
Call and see us Ivfory byvv
Jawailan iron Fence,and ISsa-
mental Co., M
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