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Oceanic Steamship Company
Vk teamen of tals line will arrive
80NOMA June 4
. Local Boat
In connection with the silllct of the above (teamen the aienU sre pre
pared to Itiue, to Intending passengers, coupon through ticket by any. rail
road from San Franctico to all polnta In the United States, and from New
fork br any ateamihtp line to all luropean porta.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. Q. Irwin & Co.. , Limited,
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. 8. CO. ' '' '
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Sttairtn of tht aoa omrnlit lll cll at Hcrclulu and
uavt mi pri on oi aooui
For lapan and China
AMERICA.MARU JUNE 5
PEKING JUNE 13
GAELIC .w.JUNE 21
HONGKONO MARU JUNE 29
CHINA JULY 6
DORIC JULY 16
NIPPON MARU JULY 24
PERU AUG. 1
For general Information apply to P. M. 5. S. Co.
H. HACKF1BLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian - Australian Royal
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hIwm Vaacomf , B. C. Ml Swf, N.s. W.. aeScalllarat Victoria. B.C. Hoaalalaaaa Brlaaaaa
OWE AT HONOLULU '. It aact III lataa f'nm atata vial
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Thco. H. Dav.cs &
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Servlte between
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
$. S OREGONIAN, O.ooo tons, to sail about May 25.
S S AVJERICN, 6,000 tons fdsall about' July 10.
S. S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail
Freight received at t company's wharf. 41 Street, South Brooklln, at all times.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. M0R8B,
General Freight Acent. fl. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Agents. Honolulu "
lanes of Travel
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRAN-psCO,
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago,
v FOUR DAYS to New York.
man Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
1 Ing and Library Cars, with Barber
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. i Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E.L.LOMAX.G.P. is T. A..
1471 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. B. & L. Go.
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rom and After January 1, 1849.
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O. V. Dbkibom. Bnpurlntsnrtent
Wilder's Steamship .Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS
MRU OB OAT WRIGHT
Urfneiftl Mmftgcr of
Tlu SouitihU Life Assuuici Sochv
Of ttxi UbiUd BUUjm !o Um UavMU'
Off (est .UerQhiQt itrMt. Hi r
tad leare thla port m hereunder:
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA ...Mar 29
VENTURA June 4
ina daita mow xtntioctJ,
For San FranclMo:
HONGKONG MARU JUNE 7
CHINA JUNE 15
DORIC JUNE 22
NIPPON MARU JULY 2
PERU JULY 9
COPTIC ., JULY 19
AMERICA MARU JUL.Y 2G
PEKING '. AUG. 3
GAELIC 4 AUG. 13
Hail Steamship Company.
ROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
Fci Vtiitrla an Vaacaavat (B. C)i
Miiii May I
M'9t'a Juna a
.uit July I
Mlint July i
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aa Baief a. For FtatfM aal
Co., Ltd., Gsn'1 Agents.
Lines of Travel.
, SEND TOUR
YOU CAN DO IT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
is transmitting messages to all the
Island; of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE It $8.
Honolulu Office, Magooi Block.
TEL., MAIN 131. '
.Messenger will call for your message
Street Railway Time Table,
KING STREET LINE.
Cm ltvt Wiiklki (or town at 5.4). 6.13, 6-43 A.M.
anltviry umlr.uti. trwrf(er tl I 104). 11. n ani
ujj P H, trtm Wa ktkl go to th punahou btablei.
Cait Icaw R ftari or Pawaa twitch lor town at
S'SjA.n. tri rtry ij minutes tht reader till 11 op.m.
t-ariieaw Fct'ijiJ Kfjij: urect corner for Hat a ma
att'io a.m. ar.d t-vtryM mlnutti alter (111 it.ts
cart leave ttr raiama uniy at 3 ani ro a m,
Cars ita Pa'k.a lor Walkikl n A M:ani cverv
t. mlnintt tlirojt ! H . ttu-n at 10: n ani ioi P.M.
Tt iii tM fron r'atama lor Punabou only (oet
i.ar iae ron anj King' streets corner 101 Hint
Rarue at s "and 'jSa.m,
i icat; 1 wi miti tMiii; iicr' luincr lur namini
at:.iA m. aiafevtry 1 minute tilt too.!, m, then at
iciuar.j iimj t'.M. me tiijs p.m. goes lawaikiki
BERCTAMA STPEET AND NUUANU VALLEY,
Cars leave Purthr.u Stable for Town ati:joan4
Icr Tt'n an 1 Valley at 3 40 yy 6.10 6.90 6.40 ? ani
Cars leave OahJ Collcce for town ani Valtevat
6; jo (,50 ani no a.m ani ever) 10 minutes till 10: to
.fl-nueru' evtn nour ana naut nour cars men
run tfum fie Stab't
Cits leave Nuuatiu Valley at 6'io 6:jo 6:30 A.M ani
tr 19 n.lnu'i telrattr till 10 30 P.M.
Catk te&va Firt and Oueen iitreeli for Punahou
Col It pe at fc.oj t j tt.43 A M ani every 10 minutes
after till i 43 P.M Alter that the cars run t. the
Mat'e tr to 1 i.to.,M, which Is he lastcar from Town(
reaching tin Stat-lr at ii:)op m.
ON CALL ALL NIGHT.
AUTOMOBILE CO., LTD.
Coupon Books Sold. Special Rates
made for "Automobile. Parties."
NOTE Drivers are not alloweJ tn make
anv rates except thote furnished by the
company. Ask driver to .see rate sntet.
In caie of dlpute as to fare, pay driver
amount cUlmeJ, take rebate slip and oil
at office. We will Rladly adjust my dlf'
Office on Kins St., near Judiciary Bid.
; LOUIS T GRANT, Manager.
EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU.
Shamrock II. Wrecked
Southampton, May 22. The most
dramatic Incident In tbo history of thej
America's cup occurred today, when a
sudden squall on the Solent completely
wrecked thethallenger and endangered
the life of King Edward and several
distinguished persons, Including Sir
Thomas Llpton. The results of this
disaster, which could scarcely recur
without great loss of life, can best be
Judged by the written statement made
late tonight by Sir Thomas Llpton to a
representative of the Associated Press,
'.My deepest regret Is that today's
accident prevents me tiom toeing the
mark at the appointed hour, and com
pels me to nsk the New York Yacht
Club to grant me an extension of time.
If they'will be good enough to do that,
I shall race, even It 1 have to build a
boat between now and the date agreed
upon. I still believe the Shamrock II
a boat worthy to bo the challenger and
that' when this unfortunate chapter ot
accidents comes to an end she will
stand a good chance of lifting the cup.
Ihave not a single complaint to make
against my boat..
'For tho many telegrams of sym
pathy received from America today I
am deeply grateful. No one Is mora
thankful than I am that tho catastro
phe ended without fatality, and I may
perhaps sad that throughout tho trying
moments his Majesty was as brave as
a lion. His first thought was to In
quire it any ona was, Injured.
Circumstances have reduced the
Shamrock II to a pitiful, sparlcss
wreck. She now lies off Hythe. The
story of the catastrophe Is best told by
81 Thomas Llpton himself. After see
ing his royal guest off for London, Sir
Thomas gave tho following Interviews
"Wo had Just hegun to make for the
starting line when a fierce brcczo
sprang up. King Edward, Lady Lon
donderry, Mrs. Jameson, Mr. Watson,
Mr. Jameson and myself were on deck,
hanging on as best we might, for the
Senate Deals With
The Board of Health
When tho Senate mot yesterday af
ternoon, It was evident that there had
been some agreement as to the matter
of the Item of Kood Commissioner and
Analyst for tho Independents .'ho
clamored so long during tho morning
session for the elimination ot this
office, showed not a feather of their
ruffled temper of that time. Dr. Russet
settled the whole thing by moving an
amendment to the effect that the Item
read. Salary of Food Commissioner and
Analyst, Including pol, $4,200. This
was seconded by Mr, Kalatiokalanl and
carried, notwithstanding tho peculiar
construction of tho sentenco caused by
the Insertion ot the words "Including
pol." Mr. Dafdwln remarked that the
Item could bo read so as to mean that
the pol for the Food Commissioner and
Analyst was Included, Ih the Item.
Under the sub-heads of Pay of gov
ernment Physicians, and Pay Roll,
General Expenses of tho Hoard of
Health, tho recommendations of the
Committee on Health were ndopted as
a whole. The changes recommended
by the committee aro as follows:
Physicians at Koloa and Kauai. !,-
440 each, made ono office inml salary
raised to $2,400.
Wmalua, Oahu, reduced from $1,200
Molokal, raised from $1,440 to $2,400.
Lahalna, Maul, reduced from $2,160
Klhel, Maul, reduced from $1,800 to
North IIIIo, Hawaii, reduced from
$1,500 to $1,440. S
Hllo, Hawaii, amended to read Hllo
and Olaa, Hawaii and raised from $1.
200 to $1,800.
South Kona, Hawaii, reduced from
$1.GC0 to $1,440.
North Kona, Hawaii, reduced from
$1,560 to $1,440.
Meat Inspector and Veterinary, re
duced from $4,800 to $1,200.
After this item was Inserted tho fol
lowing: 327A, Expenses ot Veterinary
Threo Sanitary Inspectors at $2,400,
amended to read threo Inspectors at
$2,100 and reduced from $7,200 to $6,
480. Stockman, $1,800, stricken out.
'Assistant Clerk, amended to read As.
slstnnt Clerk, Janitor and Messenger,
and raised from $1,200 to $1,680.
Janitor and Messenger, $720, stricken
out. . I
Purchasing Agent, stricken out, same
hnvlng been combined with another
Inspector of Plumbing, amended to
read Inspector of Plumbing and Super
intendent of Sewers and raised from
$3,600 to $4,200.
Assltant Inspector of Plumbing,
amended to read Assistant to Same and
ralsod from $2,400 to $3,000.
Removing Garbage, reduced from
$24,240 to $18,840.
Segregation of Lepers, reduced from
$62,400 to $60,720.
Maintenance of Hospital, reduced
from $4,200 to $3,840.
Superintendent and Assistants, In
sane Asylum, reduced from $30,888 to
At 3:30 o'clock, the Senato adjourned
until 2 o'clock Tuesday.
Succeed!) Admiral Keniif f.
Washington, Mny 21, A cablegram
Vcculvrd nt tbo Navy Department from
Roar Admiral Rodgcrs nnnouuees his
arrival ot Cavlto nboinl tho flagship
New York. Admiral llodgcis become
Senior Squndion ConiniKjiiler on the
Asiatic station, succeeding Admiral
Kcnipff, who will bo tho Junior Squad
ron Commander of tho station.
H. T., TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1301.
Bound to Race
challenger was almost at an angle of
45 degrees. The King started to the
bow. Just as he'dld so everything cot
lapsed. A heavy block fell between the
two ladles and a wire rope struck me
on the head and momentarily stunned
me. A sudden squall, an unexpected
strain and everything had given away.
King Kdward was half In and halt out
of the companion hatchway. What
happened, how all the falling spars and
a sweeping sail did not kill or sweep
some one overboaTd It more than I
know. When I came to I saw the King
clambering off the wreckage, trying to
discover the extent of the damage and
asking 'Is any one hurt?' "
The reporter further learned that Sir
Thomas' first utterance on coming to
was this ardent adjuration to Mr. Wat
son: "Telegraph for more spars. Wo
have got to sail on 'August 12, and this
boat has got to do It."
"Within five seconds of the disaster
the Shamrock I bore around to render
assistance, when she In turn was
caught by the squall arid her gaff and
topsail spars collapsed, leaving her
helplessly crippled. The press tug fol
lowing tho races ranged alongside tho
helpless yachts and n torpedo boat
which was In the vicinity nnd the
Sybarlta sent boats to tho scene. Hut,
lr. answer to a hall, Captain Sycamore
sent the reassuring message that all on
board had escaped without Injury.
Owing to the unwieldy nature of the
spars and gear It was found Impossible
to get them on board am! they were cut
away and allowed to sink, after buoys
had been placed to murk the places
where the wreckage sank. The yachts
were then towed back to Hythe, thera
to await a decision as to what should
bo dono toward repairing them.
When the distinguished participators
In the mishap had been safety transfer
red to the Erin, tho Klrfg's first remark
was: When shall we sail again. Llp
ton?" and before his Majesty' started
for London his last words to Sir Thom
as were: "When you next sail I nm
going with you."
THE YACHT INDEPENDENCE.
Boston May 19. Tho torrential rnln
nnd the general dtarlness of Sunday
did not prevent hundreds of sightseers
from visiting the Atlantic Works In
Kast Iloston today to sec the yacht In
dependence as she lay moored In the
Sho was subject to critical scrutiny
and the general opinion was favorable.
She has a buslness-llko appearance In
every line and with her mast stepped
and sails bent she will be every Inch
Tho mast will bo stepped tomorrow
and tho work of fitting out will begin
In good earnest. All standing rigging
Is ready and tho sails are made. The
steering wheel Is not yet In position.
Tho .deck of steel and aluminum has
not yet been covered with canvas. That
however, can bo done In a couple of
days. The orders are to hurry her
completion and to lose no time.
FARBWHLL TO GDIL.
The farewell services at the Kawala
hao church last evening given under
the auspices of .the United Christian
Kndeavor Societies to the Rev. William
Edgar Gell wcro Impresslvo and suc
cessful. Young people from every
church In the city representing every
nationality, wero present to give tho
young divine a hearty nloha.
Tbo service was participated In by
tho whole congregation. Songs were
sung by the pupils of Kawalahno Seml
nary. The societies from Kallht, Kau
makaplll, tho Jnpancso Union, the Ka-.
mchamcha schol delegation and a class
of Chinese all took part In tho Interest
Rev. Mr. Gell made a fifteen minute
address In his happiest vein. He had
good advico for all who Heard him and
spoko in high praise ot the numerous
societies that were represented at tho
TWO MATER ARRESTED.
Herbert H. Hatfield and Joseph John
son, first and second mates on tho ship
Ualaclutha were arrested yesterday af
ternoon charged with assaulting the
ship's carpenter on tho high sens. The
arrest was made by n. R. Hendry, the
Deputy United States Marshal. The
prisoners were taken beforo U. S
Commissioner Robinson nnd wcro re
leased on $1000 )ond to appear for pre
liminary examination at 2 o'clock to
day. 'H. A. Iscnberg nnd Herman
Schultzo of Hackfeld - Co.. are sure
ties on the bond.
T. McCants Stewart will prosecuto
the case, Attorney J,C. Ralrd being In
CompnrilcH Choose Offlcern.
The election of officers of Companies
H and C, N. O, II., was held last night
at company headquarters at tho drill
shed. New officers for Co. C ore: J. A.
Gonsalves, captain; A. J. Ferrelra.
first lieutenant; J. M. Ferrelra, second
lieutenant. Co. II had only, one office to
fill, that of first lieutenant to which
Peter Trovans was unanimously re
elected. a 1 a
TO CURE A CULD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative llromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
falls to cure. E. W. Grove's elgnatum
Is on each box. 25 cents.
S;m2i'lS. ItinuAaiiiiilmv twill iii"
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riitiontr ttie 1 w futir
sly iihltHiintoit 10 II rui
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"ntMiUrlV. 1 frirtnv fntl tnf rnuitiim n-aiU-t. lunmMl
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lAGMtTic Tim c? "" 1Urt1 "" " riAicitca
DM F.ttmTDMOlMl THB Hawaiian i'" r
instruments filed for record June , iooi
Second Party Class
J da C Amorln
O Yotaro et al
J U Smith
C S Desky & vf
F Donlz D
M Gomez CM
H Aleyer D
G Gardner D
Hllo Mercantile Co M
Kamauhlll, eplo, R
F da Costa
J S Plres
M A Bettencourt
F da Costa .
F Llborlo & wf
J Vlctorins Si wf
G Medina & hus
J S Pires & wf
J G Serrao
J G Serrao
A J de Mello
M T Abdul & hus
G Gomez et al
b da sllva
Mrs A J de Mello
E da Hllva
J de Mello
Uoll et al
Onomea Sug Co
W C Weedon
Onomea Sug Co
C S Desky
K Spenc-r Si hus
G K Nohoua
J A Magoon
Wong Lum L
Cheong LeeWaICo L
Palolo Land & 1 Co S de Ornellas
J H Schnack
C W Booth & wf
M L Smith
H L Keei
Mrs W 11 RlckarJ
Lewers & Cooke, D
A M Ge:tz U
Hawaiian Evan A M
Honokaa Sug Co L
A J Campbell D
H ii I .
Hakalau Plan Co AM
Ah Huen L
L A Dickey D
J V Kaolulo
V. Ka saburo '
G M Keone
M A de S Chrlsto
Instruments Filed for record June 4.2901.
First Party Second Patty Class
C E Richardson J Vlelra R
J Vlelra and wf First Bank IIIIo M
Kamaunu & hus W Lacha
W Walu & wf J P Mendonca
SlnTal &Wong Pun J D Holt et al
J F Morzan
C J McCarthy
M T .Morgan & hus
E M Nakulna
F W Beardslee
Est Kaplolanl, Ltd
E M Nakulna
Chong Kim Fat
L E Pinkham
Koloa Sugar Co
RECORDED MA 16, loot.
W H Shipman and wf to B F Dilling
ham Co, Ltd. D, May 2, iooi; 18 acres
land, Ktaau, Puna, Hawaii. $7000. Book
222, page 209.
L-e Chu and wf toW F Dillingham, D,
May 1, loot; po: R Pju.kut 724, Aala,
Honolulu, Oahu, $400. Book 223, page
DdaAselro to M de Crastos, D, May
16, 1901: lots 8 and 9, blk 18, Kalulanl
Traci. Honolulu, Oahu. ft. Book 222,
Bishop & Co to T McKlntey, R, May
6, 1901; por patent 164s, Kuala, N Hllo,
Hawaii. J 500. book 174, page 40s.
W H Shloman and wf to Olaa S11 par
Co, Ltd, D, May 2. 1901; 15 acres land,
Keaau, runa, Hawaii, mooo. book 222,
TO REPEBM CHECK STAMPS.
Boston May 11. The Boston Mer
chants' Association has decided tn
ndopt active measures to secure a mod
ification of the law requiring the sur
render of bank checks In order to se
cure the redemption of tho Internal
revenue stamps Imprinted thereon,
when tho repeal of the law goes Into
effect July 1. The president of a Bos
ton national bank, a member ot tho
association, explains this as follows:
"According to the law requiring the
surrender of bank checks In order to
securo tho redemption of tho Internal
revenuo stamps, tno nanKS anil mer
chants will loso tho check book which
contains tho revenue stamp on them.
What we wish Is to avoid this. That
Is, wo wish to be allowed to cancel tho
stamps and uso tho checks ns wo have
been doing. We feel that this Is reas
onable, slnco tho Government will lose
nothing, and largo numbers ot check
books will be preserved for uso In
siead of being destroyed."
Steamer and Crew.
East Tawas, Mich., May 24. The
wooden steamer Baltimore foundered
this morning In Lake Huron, near Au
Sable, nnd twelve of her crew of four
teen wero drowned. Two men wero
wnshed about the lako for several
hours, lashed to pieces of wreckage,
and were finally picked up by tho tug
Columbia and brought In here.
Keeps Constantly on Hand
MILLER & LUX'S Prlmo Beef, Mut
ton, Pork nnd Veal. Tho Standard
Meats of the Coast. Not hi rig better to
bo had. We are Solo Agents for the
Hawaiian Islands. -
FISH Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Stur
geon, Solo, Smelt, Shad; Carp, Rock
Cod, Sea Bass, Crawflbh, Crabs, Etc.
POULTRY AND aAME Turkoys,
Geese-, Chickens, Quail, Canvas Hack,
Mallard, Teal, Sprig, Urant, Belgian
SMOKKO MEATS Hams, Bacon,
Sausages, fresh every day. Tongues,
Clipped Ueef, Etc. Also Sweet Dread,
Drains, Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calves'
feet nnd Heads, Etc,
BUTTER, Eggs, qiieeso. Pickles,
Chow Chow, Saucr Kraut, Apples,
Pears, Grapes, Potatoes, Onions, Cab
bage, A full supply of Fruits and
OYSTERS Fancy, largo or small, In
shell or cans,
Hnrdly n thing that you could wish
for but u hat Is to bo had at onr mar
ket. TBLBPHONB-MAIN 210.
Realty and Maturity Go.
DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE,
Loans, Mortgages, Bonds, etc. Sud-dlvl
ders of tracts of city property: houses bulf
on easy terms; all sorts of documents drawi
on short notice, at a moderate charge; work
We also Issue, as an especial feature, to
parties who have momy to Invest In
monthly Installments, a Certificate of
Investment, which Is Interest-bearing from
date of Issuance absolutely as safe as the
banks-tend unquestionably the best In
vestment on the market to-Jay.
For particulars, address P. O. Box 262.
Phone Main 141. Office, 32 King street,
over Castle & Cooke's.
In consequence of the appointment of
the Hon. Geo. Gear to the Circuit Bench
as 2nd Jutlge, the firm of Davis and Gear
Is dissolve. Geo. A. Davis will occupy
the same offices anJ continue the active
practice of his profession. i8oo-tf
All accounts standing three months or
over, and not paid within is days after
this notice, will be handed for collection.
June t, 1001.
N.S. SACHS' DRY GOODS CO., LTD.
I have this day solJ to Chlng Fat and
Lum Tong Sau all my right, title and In
terest In the leasehold on premises at Wal
kikl, known as Ocean View.
' W. C. J. Ottman.
Honolulu. June 1, 1001. s;-t
Having disposed of my business to C
J. DAY & CO . to take effect June 1st
next, I would thank the public foi the
patronage bestowed upon me, and would
ask for a continuance ot the same to my
successors. All debts due are payable to
me, and I assume all liabilities to the above
i8c2-iw CHAS. HUSTACE.
At a meeting of the directors of the
ORPIIEUM COMPANY, LTD.. held tills
day, an assessment of 10" on the assess
able stock was levied, payable on June 1st
and delinquent Julv 1st.
ORPHEUM COMPANY. LTD :
May 27, 1901 Secretary pro tern
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 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.
HONOLULU MARKET Co., LTD.
iH)3tf D. H. DAVIS, Manager.
To Whom It May Concent.
Honolulu, May 27, loot.
Notice Is hereby given that the American
schooner "H. D. Bendlxsen," whereof M.
Olsen Is Matter, 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
Master Am. Sc. "H.D. Bendlxsen."
Call and see us before buying'. '
Bawaiian Iron Fence and lonn-
mental Co,, Ltd.
' ft '87 MAIN. .76 KINO ST.
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
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OFFICE. 10 WEST KlNO STREW
Real Estate Broker
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher ol Title. . . .
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