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RVRNINO 'BUI.LETIK. HONOtTIMT. H. T., SATUIIDAY. .TUNE 1. 1901.
Oceanic Steamship Company'
rk iteamen of tits line will antra and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
SONOMA June 4
In connection with the sailing of the aboTe steamers the agents ire pre
tared 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
ftTork by any steamship line to all European porta.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited,
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. B. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and OrientaJ Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
attimertof tnt itovi computus will cillftt Honolulu uiu
Itivt tMi port on or ibout tin Jiln btlov ntmloatJ.
For lapan and Chin
AMEIUQA MAHU JUNE 6
PEKINCJ '. JUNE 13
GAELIC JUNE 21
HONGKONG MARU JUNE 29
CHINA JULY S
DORIC JULY 16
NIPPON MARU JULY 24
PERU AUG. 1
For general InVormatlon
H. HACKFIBLO &
STSUMin ol ! IIM. tmtir la craatttfoa with Ilia CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
! Vcoar, B. C. nl S'mt. N. S. W., clllirit Vlclorta, 0. C. HnolilauS Btlibttt
r DUE AT UONOI.(.'I.i; M afelllltUIMMowiUU Till
FROM VXCuUVER AND V1TTO1
.. -.,, .Ilfl
SBrTbrocth Icktti litutd froa Hoaolala lo Cnj
raBg . B... IB.WIM.MWU. mfftj IB
Theo. H. Davlca &
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
. S OREGONIAN, 6,boo tori's, to sill about Mayas.
S S AMERICAN, 6,ooo tons, to sail about June 15.
S.S.HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail -
Freight received at company's wharf. 42J Street, South Brooklln, at all times.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD &,C0., LTD.,
' Agents. Honolulu
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.
I man Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals aTU-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
115 Third street. Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. i Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. k T. A.,
Uja Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Go.
rod and After January 1, 'WO.
TATIOHS. Dtlljr O.tlr
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A.M AM A.M. PM. PM.
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Dotal! S.W Ins l..s 1.6
V. C. Smith, Gon'l Pass, tk lioket
O. P. DpwWi HtinwrltimnJnnt
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS
b.neral Mansgw ot
Tbi EoniUblo Lift Assattaw SoetiV
0 tivi United Htttei tor ths EuivalU'
On uni Meh-uit stJMt. Hn
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA .' May 29
VENTURA i June 4
For San Francisco:
HONGKONG MARU JUNE 7
CHINA JUNE 15
DORIC JUNE 22
NIPPON MARU JULY 2
PERU JULY 9
COPTIC JULY 19
AMERICA MAHU JULY 20
PEKING AUG. 3
GAELIC AUG. 13
apply to P, M. S. S. Co.
CO, LTD. AGENTS.
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
Mini Miy I
" Jul) 1
M)ini July i
M'oxltl Auguit is
f X3 liiopo. For Fflltkl Mi
Co., Ltd., Gen'l Agents.
Hoes of Travel.
YOD CAN DO IT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 $3.
Honolulu Office, Magooa Block.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for your message
Street Railway, Time Table,
KING STHCET LINE,
Cr Itave Walklkl for town at 14J. 6.13. 6'J a.w.
and every 11 minute lhrrtfir til 10 n, it;t( ani
1145 t' . from Waiklkl e to the Punaliou bt.ib.et.
Cars leave K Rant;e or Pawaa w Itch tor town at
3 jja.m. anJ every ij minutes thircafterilll 11 oil',.
Lars leave Fort ani King streets corner for fa la ma 1
at 6.to A.M. an4 every ij minutes after Ml ii.tj
Cars leave for Pat a ma only at anJ fjo A n.
Cars leave P.ilamafor Walkikl jui a m. ani ery
M minutes till 9 4J Kt , then st 10:1) ani it'is v,
The 11, n f m. from Palama for 1'unahou only sees
Cars leae Fort ani Kins streets corner foi Klfle
Range at y ani y A.M,
Cars teat e fort ani Klnjt streets corner for Walklkl
at 6 ojA.M. anieeryM minutes tiliiooiP.M then at
10:11 ani umjF.m. The litis I'.M. pyes to Walklkl
BERETANIA STREET AND NUUASU VALLEY.
Cars Iea Punahou Stable for Town at j jo ani
for Town ani Valley at j:o 3 50 6.10 6:ao 6 49 7 ani
7,90 a. 4.
Cars leave Oahj Collect forton ani Valley a l
6:10 6 jo ani 7,10 a.m ani eer to minutes till icio
P.M. except the even hour ani lialf. hour cars v.hlch
run trom the Stable,
Cars leave Nuuanu Valley at 6' 10 6:jo 6,30 a, ani
ter 19 mlnutcx thereafter till in.3o,M,
Cars leave lort ani Queen streets for Punahou
Coll tee at 6 03 6.jj 643AM ani every io minutes
after till Q'4SlM. After that the cars run m the
Stable up to njjoi'.M.KhUh Isthelastcar from Ton,
reaching thr Stable at fitvM m.
ON CALL ALL NIGHT.
AUTOMOBILE CO., LTD.
Coupon Books Sold, Special Kates
made for "Automobile .Parties."
NOTE Drivers are not allowed to make
any rates except tho furnished by the
company. Ask driver to sec rate sneet.
In case of dispute as to fare, pay driver
amount claimed, take rebate slip and oil
at ofiice. We will gladly adjust any dif-
Office on King St., nrar Judiciary Bid.
1 LOLUS T GRANT, Atana.er.
fc STOMACH dW
Weak rerves mean thin blood, and thin
blood means an unhealthy storrach. To
strengthen the nerves and purify the blood
Hosteiter'f Stomach Bitters should be
taken faithfully. It will not fall to cure
constipation, InlgCBtlon, dyttpep
Bln, ncrvounncHH, and prevents mo
larla, fever and nfiue. Why not get
well at once bv trying the Ult'ers. bee
that our private rcvrnu,c stamp cov
ers the neck of tne bottle.
BE SURE f-jostctter's
YOU GET Stomach
THE GENUINE Raters
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
Steamers due and to sail for the next
thirty days are ns follows:
Steamer:. From. Due.
Sonoma S. r. Juno 4
Ventura Colonies Juno 4
America Marti S. F. Juno 6
Mlnwera Colonies June 5
Hongkong Maru Yokohama June 7
Moan.i Victoria Juno 8
City of Peking S. F June 13
Mariposa S. F. Juno 15
China Yokohama June 15
Gaelic S. K June 21
Doric Yokohama June 22
Ventura S. P. June 25
Sierra Colonies ,, June 25
Hongkong Maru S. F. Juno 29
Steamers. For. Dur.
Sonoma Colonics Juno 4
Ventura S. r. Juno 4
America Maru oYkohsma .. June 6
Mlowera Victoria Juno 5
Hongkong Mem S. F. Juno 7
Moana Colonies Juno 8
City of Peking Yokohama . Juno 13
China S. P Juno lt
Mariposa S. P. Juno 19
Gaelic Yokohama Juno 21
Doric S. P Juno 22
Ventura Colonies Juno 25
Sierra S. P. Juno 25
Hongkong Maru Yokohama June 29
N. B. A United Stctrs Army trans
port may be expected from San Fran
cisco on 'the 9th and 24th of each
month, en routo to Manila,
The AsEoelntlcn of St. Ichn the Bap
tist will be organized on tho festival
day of St. John the Baptist at tho
Catholic Church of Kallhi-wacna.
This association will havo as mem
bers all Catholics and Catholics only,
of both sexes. Its cm!, which Is triple,
First, to celebrate worthily tho Teast
of St. John th" Baptltt Juuo 24th.
Second, to assist the numbers when
Third, to help also, at far as posslblo
those In need outside j( tho Associa
tion. To fulfill the triple end of the
Association each mernler blfall glvo
ns a contribution. 25 rents per month.
I.tst! Four ladles plalK whist,
"Is It my lead?" ntU tlio first:
"Well, of all hands, I've the worst!'
"Dear me! If I only kr.tw
What you had," chirp iumber two
"Now I can't sty. on 1lio whole,
That this play accord, with Pole,
But It's the bsst I have,"
Number thre says, ra'.ld end suave,
While, above this ial!d uproar
Comes the chorus from all four,
" What's the ujidii?"
"This' I thlnh's the ka-Ilcr; spade,
0-oh! I tlioiicht the Ja.l: tas played'
"Well, that makes two pulnts for you
One for us, did you say, Shot"
"How can tills be? Did yon trump?"
"Havo you heard abu-it ino bump
Nellie's boy had 0:1 head?"
"Isn't that a lovely nuI7"
"Did I tafcc that trie.:? Deur mo!"
Here strlUe In the ot r three,
"What's tft trr.i?"
".Mrs. Citr.y. Is that year ace?"
"Oh, say, h.".ve you tin the laco
Selling now Pt Brown & Dart?"
"I fort'ot that she trumps hearts."
"And the most exquisite shade
Grnclous! Haven't you a spade?"
"Is It my play? What wa- led?"
"Do you know you can get the thread
Only four cents John Smith's best"
Just here chime In all tlm rest,
"What's the trump?"
"How much better we t-U play
Than we did." Well, I Ehould say!"
Once I couldn't l:wp my mind
On the gamf, but now I find
It's cs easy as can tc.. '
"Is It your deal? I.c. rco see
No, the cards beloriK to you,"
"I remember now that Suo
Led the kins, nnd that tho nine
Did you say the tr'rap wus mlno?
"Vh&t's the trump?"
Standaid remtd, lor Clcet,
Concirnxaanc Runnings fiunvl
IN 48 HOURS. Curtt Kid- nUl I
nei)nij BHadtf Tioutui.
Instruments filed for record May 30. 1001.
First Party Stcond Party Class
P Kahalkupuna C W Booth , D
Instruments filed fnr record May 31. loot,
First Party Second Party Class
B Cockett C Hnwtr Co n
J H Schank M E Madeiras D
Kahao e S Lores n
Trs Oahu Collese A V Gear et al Mte
J E Jaeger J B Roterts D
u waiau 6t wile iiutcninson bug Co Alt?
Kasluuld J lo I.
W F Allen Tr F R Vlda Rel
M L Sea et al HP Baldwin IJ
J H Fisher M L Hoftman Mtg
FASchaefer J H Fisher Rel
W J Forbes S W Wilcox Mtg
B Cartwrlght Fisher Agrmt
Instrumeuts Filed for record June 1, rot.
first rarty second rarty uiass
JPulaa Hop Sing Yin L
A J Lopes C Davison At D L
Paiva L Nakaoaahu D
GHtlolt , Wong Pun et al L
NgFaun Llhue Plant'n Co S L
A P McDonald 1 ewers & Cooke Ltd C M
C M Cooke -Ho Yee L
RECORDED MAYV4, tool.
P Muhlendirf Tr to W M Camp"!!, D,
Mav t, 1001; lot 31, block A, Kulaokaliua
Honoluli, Oahu. 5 1 000. Book 222, page
E B Wallace and hus to Allen & Robin
snn Ltd, M, May 13, 1931; lot 3;, block R,
Kulackahua, Honolulu, Oahu. 5t5CO 2 yrs
at 8 per cent. Book 221, ra e 387.
F Sllva and wf to E D Wal'ace, D, May
3, loot; lot 3;, blo'k B. Kulaokaliua, Ho
nolulu, Oahu. ftooo. Book 222, page 287.
K E A Cooper and hus to Allen & Robin
son Ltd. M, May 13, 1001: lot 36, block B
Kulaokaliua, Honolulu, Oahu. ?l 500 2
yrs at 8 per cent. Book 221, page 3881
G E Boardman to First American Sav
& T Co of Hawaii Ltd, Ad Security. May
11. loot: erant ii6j. Punchbowl Slope.
Honolulu, Oahu. 5t. Book 220, page 247.
E B Wallace and hus to Allen & Robin
son Ltd. M,May 13, 1901; lot 15. block ,B,
Kuiaoxanua. Honolulu, uanu. jhoo 2 yrs
at 8 per cent. Book 222 page 288.
S Kubey to O E Biardmau, M, May 14,
1001: por grant 3317, coner Lunalllo &
Kapiolanl sts, Honolulu, Oahu. 1230 2
yrs at 7 per cent. Book 221, page 384.
G E Boardman to S Kubey, D, May ti,
toot; por grant 3371, corner Lunalllo &
Kaplol nl streets, Honolulu, Oahu. 51850.
Book 223, page 176.
G P WllJerard wf to H E W Wight,
D. Apr 4. 1901: Patent (420, Paaullo, Ha
makua, Hawaii, fooo. Book 223, page
Koleka to J U Unauna, D, Apr 18, 1001;
Int. In Est of W Honu, liana, Miui. 550.
Book 223, page 174.
Yee Shlng Wal Co to H A lleen, C M,
Mav6,iooi: leasehold crops &e, Kapaa,
Kauai. $580 with Int. Book 220, page
K. Pele to C W Booth, Ad Chge. Mar 20,
1001: on R P 1380, Kul 1862, Kaneohe,
Koolaupoko, Oahu. 5350. Book 221, page
G V Jaklns to First Bank of Hllo LtJ.
A M. Mav 3, 1901: mtg Kameehonua on
lands Maulua, N Hllo, Hawaii. Book
22r, page 382.
First Am. Saving & T Co of Haw. Ltd,
to G E Boardman, Par Rel, May 14, toot;
piece land Lunalllo st, Honolulu, Oahu.
ft. Book 221, page 383.
G II Paris and wf to A F Clatk. D, Oct
25, 1898; piece land and wafr right,' Pa
waa, Honolulu, Oahu. 5400 & mtg f 1400.
Book 222, page 286.
S III and wf to Haw'n Realty & Maturi
ty Co Ltd, M, May 13, 1001; lots 3, 4, 6,
blocK B, Kapiolanl Park "Ad" Honolulu,
Oahu. 5200 2 years at 12 per cent. Book
2A, page 224.
HEW Wight and hus to A L Loulsson
et al. D, Mav H. 1001; Patent 4400, Paau
llo, Hamakua, Hawaii. 53750. Book 222,
D H Davis to H E W Wight, D, Jan 15,
1931; Patent 44oo, Paaullo, Hamakua,
Hawaii. 5900. Book 223, page 174.
Ah Wong to Yee Shlng Wal Co, B S,
Mav 6, 1901; lease of R Ps 7525 & 7526,
building crops &c, Kapaa, Kauai. 5500.
Book 224, paReqi.
Kalolawe to C W Booth, D, Int.
In piece land Kamaec, Hllo, Hawaii. 5i.
Book 222, page 282.
G de Govea and wf to Supt of Pub
Works, D, Mar 12, 1901; por RP707,
Nienle. Hamakua, Hawaii. 550.80. Book
22 3, page 172.
T He'u to C W Booth, D, May 25, 1901:
porR P 1217, kul 3CS5B, Pauoa, Honolulu
Oihu. 5t & mtg 5200. Book 222, page
Kuamoo to C W Booth, D, May 13, loci;
Int in sr.int 2130, H.il.Mlnu, Hllo, Hawaii,
$300. Book 222, page 282.
J Kuuukalanl to Hana Plant'n Co, L,
Dec 24, 1900; Int. In kul 4839, Aleamal,
liana. Maul. 15 vrs from Oct 1, 19:0, at
ti. Book 210. cage 112.
Cheong Sing et als to Hana Plant'n Co,
A L, May 9, 1901; leasehold Ulalr.o, Hana,
Maul. 550, Book 219, page 332.
Mineral concoctions aro dangerous.
Nature never designed them for heal
ing man. From ttmo Immemorial,
man's healer was purely vegetable;
and from that tlmo to this, naturo's
unfailing remedy for rheumatism, and
kindred diseases, was tho samo as
that found In Klcapoo Indian Oil. It
Is nature's remedy, nnd acts as kind
ly as nature. It drives away pain,
kills thn dread rheumatism and re
stores tho weakned tissue. It Is made
tho samo as the Indians made It cen
turies ago, out of roots, barks, horbs,
gum3, leaves, gathered from naturo's
unerring laboratory. Its record for
cures Is unparalleled. Beforo civil
ized man had heard ot It, It kept the
natives In perfect health. And slnco
civilized man has known it, tho cate
gory ot cures has become volumliio'is.
No other tncdlclno has mado such
cures, because Klckapoo Indian Oil
Is nature's remedy, nndna turo stands
back of It. Your druggist has it, or
can get It Insist on getting tho gen
uine Ktcknpoo Indian Oil. Ilobron
Dmg Co., Agents for tho Klckapoo
Palo Alio, California
Within walking ilUtanco of J.ibind
Aftiiioiil 1'iiiiemlt'j, for which it
prepares inoie men than any other
school o,' tho Pacific coabt. It Is
the lCetc- of the West, nlmiii to
train alnu'.; the lilies of ambitious,
purposeful concentration of eneri!'.
There arc 110 baloons ill Palo Alto.
The atmosphere of the town Is re
futed, intellectual and uholcsmue.
MttlTX lull lltmil.TU
FRANK CRAMER, A.M., Prlnolpal
Realty and Maturity Co.
CAPITAL, - $jO,000
DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE,
Loans, Mortgages, Bonds, etc. Sud-dlvl
ders of tracts of city property; houses bull
on easy terms; all sorts of documents drawl
on short notice, at a moderate charge; wort
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, address P. O. Box 262.
Phone Main 141. Office, 32 King street,
over Castle & Cooke's.
Kentucky Breeding Plan
for High Grade Stock
Lexington, Ky. Them ost unique of
all thoroughbred breeding ventures Is
about to be Inaugurated by Col. W. S.
Barnes of the famous Melbourne Stud.
It Is to carry out a pet Idea on n
large scale. He has already proven it
a success and a great one by prelimi
nary experiments. He thinks that
foals thrlvo best when only a few ot
them are kept together an one place.
This year Mr. Barnes' brood mares will
be divided Into lots of four, and with
their foals at their sides sent to farms
adjoining Melbourne Stud, when they
will be kept until within a few weeks
of their yearling form.
That Col. Barnes Is a men of practi
cal Ideas In breeding thoroughbreds, a
single Incident will prove. It Is a fact
known to but few that It was because
of o'no of his Ideas and Its demonstra
tion that the famous thoroughbred
breeding establishment ot Woodbourne
was scattcrd far and wide by a dis
persal sale. Mr. Lucas Broadhead,
manager of the estate of A. J. Alexan
der, after completing a sale of Wood-
bourne yearlings at an average of
about $400 a head, had u conversation
with Col. Barnes about the cost of put
ting a thoroughbred yearling on the
New York market. The latter soon
demonstrated to him that for a breeder
to expect to make monc, his yearlings
must nvcrago more than $C00. This ho
explained by stating that practical)- no
breeder considers tho fact that each
brood marc represents a certain
amount of capital. Tho stud life of a
brood rr.nro be fixes at twelve years. At
tho end of twelve years tho capital dls
appears, the mare dies. Ho then figures
that It Is necessary for a man to clear
In th edozen years not only C per cent
on his Investment to get the same re
turns ns the business man on his In'
vestment, but must also "clear tho
price of tho mare In the beginning.
"Too few breeders," said Col
Barnes, "consider the fact thnt tho
financier's capital remains constant
while the breeders' capital, the cost of
his marcs, disappears at the end of a
certain fixed time. Most breeders are
satisfied with tho financier's interest
without stopping to consider that tho
business man who knows that his capi
tal Invested would vanish after a few
years' usago would demand n propor
tionately high rate of Interest, so that
the capital might be returned ns well
as some profit on the lncstment." Col.
Barnes Includes In his ectlmato of
cost the smallest Incidentals, even go
ing to the extent of clnrglng tho shoes
the horse wears tho car faro to Now
York nnd tho auctioneer's commission
against each ynungBtcr.
He takes as grounds for the belief
thnt horses turn out better whero but
few are raised together from tho ex
pcrlcnco of Lord Falmouth 'and Sir
Joseph Hawley In Engflland tho num
bcrless small breeders In this country
as well as his own experience In thn
Another unique feature at Melbourne
Stud Is the manner In which tho year
lings are broken. Late In their year
ling form ho begins work on them, and
small boys aro used to tide them about
tho place so that they toon become ac
customed to having some ono In tho
saddle, nnd this early training results
In his always sending sweet tempered
horses to tho post. Col. Barnes names
all of his own jenrllni;s with the set
tled purpose of having the horrible
combinations of letters which nro so
often bestowed on raco horses. Col.
Barnes has tho largest stnblo In tho
West, not even excepting tho cxtcnslvo
string of John W. Schorr. Thcro aro
In nil thirty-two head of horses which
lie will send to tho races. They nro In
the hands of thrco trainers, and will
be raced at most ot tho WcstcriTtrncks.
TO CURB A CULU IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tho money It It
falls to cure. E. W. Grove's slgnaturn
Is on each box. !5 eenta.
If thero Is anything wrong with your
Kodak or camera, take It around to ths
repair shops ot tho HONOLULU PHO
TO SUPPLY CO., they will make Is
now for you.
LUKE F. UDIOND,
CHAS. M. IstUOND
. . Agency . .
All Collections Promptly At
In c;nequcnce of the appointment nf
the Hn. Geo. Geir to the Uicult Bench
as 2nd Judge, the firm of Davis, and Gear
is dissolve!. Geo. A. Davis will occupy
the same offices and continue the active
practice of his profession, itsoy-tf
and every other kind,
from any condition
or cause yields Im
l have used Cessler's Msgle Headache Wafers for over five years.
and not In one Instance have they failed. I can cheerfully recommend
them to all who suffer with headache or neuralgia.
Mrs. E. Wotherspoon. 2123 South St, Philadelphia, Pa.
Contain no harmful substances of any kind. They are positively
helpful to nerves and system. Sold by all druggists at 17c. and 25c.
a box (four times as many In the 25c. box.) The genuine are put
up In tablet form only. Avoid powders put up In cachets (made of
paste) because such covers warp open, spoiling tho powder and when
damp are wormy. Cessler's Magic Headache Wafers are guaranteed
lo cure absolutely In 20 minutes or return partly used box to druggist
and he will return full amount.
POCKET A BOX.
Max deulcr, Ph. C Milwaukee, Wis.
Having dlsoosed of mv business to C.
J. DAY & CO., to take effect June 1st
next, I would thank the public fui the
patronage bestowed upon me, and would
ask for a continuance of the same to my
successors. All debts due are payable to
me, and I assume all liabilities to the above
i82-iw CHAS. HUSTACE.
At a mretlnz of the directors of the
ORPHEUM CO.WPANY, LTD., held tills
day, an assessment of io? on the assess
able stock was levied, payable on June 1st
and delinquent July 1st.
ORPHEUM COMPANY, LTD :
BY JOHN P. COLuURN,
May 27, 1901 Secretary pro tern
We hereby bee to notify our customers.
and the public Rtmr.illy, that hereafter we
snail insist on tegular mommy settlements
of all accounts owing us.
Any account remaining unpaid after the
last day of the month following Its con
traction, will be closed, and stops taken
for Its Immediate collection
METROPOLITAN MEAT Co.. LTD
G. J. WALLER, Manager.
HUNULULU MAKKbl CO., LTD.
1833-tf D. H. DAVIS, Manager
To Whom It May Coacera.
Honolulu, May 27, loot.
Notice Is hereby given that the American
schooner "H. D. Bendixsen," whereof M.
Olsen is Master, has arrived this day from
Newcastle, N.S.W., with cargo of coal
consigned to order. The said Master being
unable to locate consignee of cargo or
holder of Bills of Lading, takes this course
to notify consignee of cargo, of the vessel's
readiness to discharge same as per terms of
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