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Oceanic Steamship Company
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FROM RAV rtlivnicpn
MARIPOSA ,i .. JUNE 15
I I VENTURA JUNE 26
MARIPOSA JULY 6
SIERRA JULY 17
MARIPOSA JULY' 27
SONOMA j AUO. 7
VENTURA AUO. 28
MARIPOSA SEPT 7
SIERRA SEPT. 18
MARIPOSA SEPT. 28
" Local .Boat
In connection with the falling ol the above iteamtri the af enU arc pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passenger, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In the United State, and from New
fork by any steamship line to all European porta. Mkttiirffc'JKJ
i FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited,
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 8. B. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship .Co,
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and ToyiTKisen Kaisha
Steamer, of th. above companies
Uava this port on or about
tor japan ana unina:
PEKING 1 JUNE 13
GAELIC JUNE 21
HONGKONG MARU JUNE 29
CHINA JULY 6
DORIC JULY 1G
NIPPON MARU JULY 21
.PERU AUO. 1
iJcOPTIC AUG. 9
t AMERICA MARU AUO. 17
' PEKING AUG. 21
GAELIC SEPT. 3
HONGKONG MARU SEPT. 11
For general Information
aarSt.aauo ol tta tbor. Hat, muds f I. cmmciIoi wllb lit CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
rviw Vaacouvtr, B C , na S.'.ir, N. S. W., ail calling at Victoria. D. C, Hc!ulu am Brlitaoe
it Bl'E AT MO.OSjJI.i; 11. abcilllilatoabalow etateS Tin
FROM VtCoUVtR AND i:70V C
MOANA JUNE S
MIOWERA JULY C
AORANGI AUG. 3
MOANA AUG. 31
srTar9acb Icbattliiuil from Hoestcln to&oi,
laaaaata aataf ml m I IqlAHIaltAai Akhlkt A
() SSI iiiiii laivit as it vua mfiij iv
ThCO. H. DavlCS &
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
5. S OREGONIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail dbout May 25.
S S AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to salt about July 10.
S. S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail -
Freight received at company's wharf. 4d Street, South Brooklln, at all times.
, For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight-Agent: H; H AOK FELD & CO,' LTD.,
1nIMEffWT'rWrT, ' ' 1 1 1 m
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,
man Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
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,
1 115 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
1 D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St.. San Francisco,
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. is T. A.,
ijqi Omaha, Nebraska.
R. & L. Go.
and After January 1, lfi)9,
1. 9ns. tali:
1 1 140
I 40 ....
7. C. Smith, Qen'l Pass. t Ticket
O, P. Drsiron, Nncerlntendnnt
FOR ISLAND PORTS
' I3ROOE OABTWRIQHT
banersl Manager oi
To EiiuiUblt Lift luurinct Social
0 th.i United Btstea for th Uiwsllir
On tea i ilvehxut itrNt, Hcs
and leave this port ai hereunder:
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA JUNE 19
SIERRA JUNE 23
MARIPOSA JULY 10
SONOMA JULY 10
MARIPOSA JULY 31
VENTURA AUO. C
MARIPOSA i AUG. 21
SIERRA .. .. :. .. AUO. 27
MARIPOSA SEPT. 11
SONOMA .. .f ...vi .. .. SEPT. 17
MARIPOSA OCT. 2
' Local Boat
will call at Honolulu an J
th. iaca below mentlocei.
For San Franeltco:
CHINA JUNE 16
DORIC JUNE 22
NIPPON MARU JULY 2
PERU JULY 9
COPTIC JULY 19
AMERICA MARU JULY 2C
PEKINO AUG. 3
GAELIC AUO. 13
HONGKONG MARU AUG. 20
CHINA AUG. 27
DORIC K SEPT. C
NIPPON MARU SEPT. 13
apply to P. M. S. S. Co.
CO, LTD. AGENTS.
BOM SYDNEY AND BRISBAKB
er Victoria ana Vaacotirti (B. Cii
3 C.ro.. For 1-r.lHM taS
CO., Ltd., GCls'l AgentS.
Lines of Travel.
YOU CAN DOoIT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group ecept Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 $2.
Honoluln Office, Magooti Block.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for your message
Street Railway Time Table,
KING STREET LINE.
Cn leave Walklkl for town t j 4). 6 15. C 45 A m.
ni every 15 mlnutti thereafter it I 19 , ti.u sni
ir i I m from Wj klkl eo to the Punatiou btables.
Cart leave R Ranee or I'aa twitch tor town at
3 jja m. an4 every tf mlnutu ihireattci till noH'H
Can lea I ort an4 Kirs ttrteta corner fir Palama
at 6.10 A.M. anJ every i) minute after till 11 t)
Car leave for Pitama nnty at s anJ 5 10 A M
Lars leave I'aiaaa tor alk kl j ij A anJ every
M minutes tl I 0 t$ P M , thtn at 10 tj and to 4 KM
The 11 11 PM from Pa I am a tor Punahou only goe
to WalKikl on Saturiavs,
Cars leave Fort anJ Klni treett corner fot Rifle
Ranee at s ivani 10 a.m.
Cars leave I ort and King streets corner fcf Walk.kl
at 6 05 A m. anievery y mlnutei MitoojP.M thin at
la U ina 11 r ai, ine iiijj r. i go iu mini
on : aturjayi oiuy,
BERETAMA STREET AND MJIMNU VALLEY.
Car leave Punihou Stable for Town At j jo an!
for T n an 4 Valley at 3 40 5 30 6 10 6 n t 43 7 iJ
7 o A fli
Canteae OahJ College for town ana vtlle) at
6 jo 6 jo and 7 10 A M and ever) 10 rotrwti till to 10
P.m. euepi lie even nour ana nan. nuur cir wnxn
run from the Stable
Cars leave Nuuanu Valley at 6 to 6 jo C 30 A,n and
every 19 minutes thereafter till 10 30 P.M
Cars leave fort and Queen stretts for Punahou
CMIeee at 6 03 6 a j 6 4 3 A M and t try 10 minutes
after till Q4f P M Atur that the cars run 1 1 the
Stable up to 11 36P M. which IsMicUktcar Itom Town,
reaching the Stable at it pi'.M
ON CALL ALL NIGHT.
AUTOMOBILE CO., LTD.
Coupon Books Sold. Special Rates
made for "Automobile Parties."
NOTE Drivers are not jlloweJ to make
any rates except tho furnished by the
company. Ask driver to see rate sheet.
In case of dispute as to fare, ray driver
amount claimed, take rebate slip and call
at office. We w III Klailly adjust any dif
ference. Office on King St., near JuJIclary Bid.
LOUIS T -GRANT, Manager.
II nUb PIES
Real - Estate
Situate near Punchbowl street, between
Heretania and King streets in Honolulu,
Island of Oahu. Being Apanas l and 4 of
Land Commission Award 26) Issued to
Walakea, or Lots A and B In trie name of
A, W. Maiotio as Indicated on maps In the
Government Survey Department.
By virtue of an Order Issued out of the
Circuit Court of th; First Circuit. Hon. A.
S. Humphreys, presiding, In a cause at
Chambers entitled Alexander Ma oho ver
sus William Maioho, et al., Equity Divi
sion Numb:r 1171. the undersigned will
sell at Public Auction to the highest bidder,
subject to confirm ltlon by said Court,
ON MONDAY, JUNE 24
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the mauka entrance to the Judlcliry
Build rig In said Honolulu, the following
described lands, to wit : '
APAN A 1 (OR LOT A, A. W. MAIOHO)
Bounded by Printer's Lane 51 feet on
makal side; by Rose K. Anahu 13; feet nn
Ewa side; bv Hiram K. Anahu 50. feet
on mauka side; and by a o-foot Roadway
145.5 feet on Walklkl side. Area 920,
square feet, more or less.
Less thin owhslf of this Apana will be
condemned for n 50 feet street in order to
extend Young Street Ewa wav or towards
Hotel street. BUT WHAT REMAINS OF
THU LOT .MAUKA AND .MAKAI will here
after become enhanced In value on account
of said prcinse J extension and also on ac
count of their fronting on the nrw street.
A RARE CHANCE FOR CAPITALISTS.
APANA 4 IOR LOT B, A. W. MAIOHO)
BounieJ by Rose K. Anahu 58 feet on
makii s'de; oy said g-foot Roadway 15G
feet O'l Ewa side; by Government and
Bishop Estate about 80 feet on mauka
slJe: and by Pahati Estate about 120 feet
on WalMkl side. Area 9830 square feet,
mate or less.
This Arana 4, the outlet to which Is
Printer . Lane leading out to Punchbowl
Street, could be subdivided Into THREE
rrtflll CnifAUBInrt. ulth n nntl.r ,rt
each facing Ewa-wav on to said o-foot
Roadway; and the furthest mauka lot,
when Ap na 4 Is subdivided, will still be
within 300 feet of the proposed Young
Street Extension, thus eventuallv dilng
away ulth the use of Printer's Lane a
far a this Atnm 4 Is co cerned. THIS IS
A GOOD CHANCfc FOR INVESTORS.
TPMMS TIP SAI.P. nivrnch In llnlto.t
States Gold pin, anJ deeds at experse of
pu'chaser. For further particulars enquire
01 trie unuerogreu at his ottice In saw Ju
Dated Honslulu, Vav 31. toot.
Keeps Constantly on Hand
MILLER ft LUX'S Prime Beef, Mut
ton, Pork and Veal. The Standard
Meats of the Coast. Nothing bettsr to
bo had. We nro Solo Agents for tho
Hawaiian Itlandp. '
FISH-Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Slur
gcon. Sole, Smelt, Shad, Carp, Rock
Cod. Sea Bits, Crawfish, Crabs. Etc.
POL'LTRY AND GAME Turkeys,
Oct so, Chlckcnc Quail, Canvas Ilacle,
Mallard, Teal, Sprig, Drant, Belgian
SMOKED MEATS Haras, Bacon,
Sausages, freeh ecry day. Tongues,
Clipped Beef, Etc. Also Sweet Broad,
Brains, CnhiV Liver, Tripe, Calves'
reet and HradB, Etc.
BUTTER, Eggs, Cheese, Pickles.
Chow Chow, Bauer Kraut, Apples,
Pears, Grareu, Potatoes, Onions, Cab
bage. A full supply of Fruits and
OYSTERS Fancy, largo or small, In
shell or cane.
Hsrdly a thing that you could wish
for but what Is to bo had at our mar
ket. TBLFPHONB-MA1N 210.
WhenYou Waqt a Iig
1UNO UP THE. .
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
618 FQKT STBEWI
8U.M0 'Plions, 477
Hack Kmud 'Phones, 319 and 71..
O. H HKT.UHA.
Drays for Freight
Our representative meets all Incoming
steamers from the Coast nd we check
bassage on all outgoing steamers.
While and Black Sand For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin, 210 Kin?
itreet. Tel. 86.
W. URSEH, IM
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Black Sand
I In Quantities to Suit...,
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
tfir Dump Cirts furnished by the daj
jn Hour's Notice,
II. R HITCHCOCK Take a ride on the electric cars up J):. VWMCU slcctric co Offloe Quson street, oppoalta Unlo M
Queen St., opp. Unlcn Fe:d Co. TUL 29 Pacific Heights. Fare 6 cents. l" 420 M-ket at., S, P. o t and Queen BtmU, Fed Company, fi
Naval Board Is In Quan
dary Over the
WON'T CONDEMN LAND
UNLESS FORCED TO IT
Purchase Will Require Additional Ap
propriation and That is Diffi
cult to Obtain Harbor Ad
Washington, D. C. Miy 24. For sev
eral dnjs past the Pcail Harbor Naval
Hoard, with Admrlal Iluiker presiding,
has been In session In this city, to de
termine upon some plan for establish
ing a naval station In this harbor. The
questions at Issua seem to be somen hat
linolvcd, and at this writing no plan
has been Anally decided upon. The
Nay Department Is urging immediate
action, realizing the extreme Import
ance of establishing a natal base In th"
Hawaiian Islands at 'he earliest pos
With a view to establishing such a
station , Congress has appropriated
1150.000. It Is possible, In the light of
recent developments, that this amount
will have to be Increased before a suit
able site can be procured. A recent re
port from Hawaii, tint Is now bclin
considered by the Hoard, stated that n
part of the land which was first select-1
ed for the site of the nuval station has
been planted w Ith suvnr cane by tho .
original owners, or by speculators who
purchased the property, with a Uew to
exacting a fabulous price from tne gov
ernment. The Board la considering several
solutions. At first It was thought.!
suitable site might be found on om
other harbor, but this Idea has been
practically abandoned. It seems to bo
tho concensus of opinion that Pearl
Harbor possesses adantages not to be
had In nny other part of tho Hawaiian
Islands, and on this account some site,
on this harbor will be purchased by
tho ginernmcnt. There Is always a
possibility that condemnation proceed.
Ings mny bo resorted, to under the Ha
waiian law. by which the Navy De
partment can Bccuro any tract It de
sires, at a valuation fixed by the board
of appraisers. If possible, It Is hoped
to aold this solution, as It would en
gender much bitterness and friction,
nnd this the Department wishes to
The only other way out is to select
some site other than that first deter
mined upon, where tho property has
not been Impnncd, ard where more
reasonable prices prcall. It Is truo
that some contenlences would hale to
bo surrendered If this were done, but It
seems to bo the most pmmlslng alter
nntlvo. It Is claimed that a very de.
slrablo site could bo obtained In this
wav. and one that would answer every
need of tho Department, nnd' ct tho
Vice would bo more reasonable than
thnt asked for tho site originally deter
Of course If the first site is finally
agreed upon ns the one to be purchased
In the open market, and without re
sort to condemnation proceedings, ro
tctlon will bo taken dining the present
year, for Congress will hne to appro
priate moro funds In order to make a
full payment. Tho additional amount
required has not ct been announced,
nnd will not be unless tho Board de
cides to ask for an Increased appropria
tion. J. A. BRECKONS.
WEARING THE CARTBR.
nnKland's now Klni? has conferred
tho Order of tho Garter upon tho now
Queen. This raises n peculiar question.
Tho conditions of tlm order requlro
that oory ono upon uhom It has been
conferred must at all times carry some-
where upon his or her person some or
tlio InslRnla, while at all formal and
court functions tho garter Itself must
bo worn whoro It may bo seen.
All tho knlRtis of this order when In
court dress wear this garter, with Its
Jewelled clasp, upon tho left kneo. Now
that a woman has been admitted to tho
order, nn exception has been made In
her faor. nnd tho Queen will wear tho
decoration unon her left arm.
This Is tho order of which Lord
Palmeiton snld that one of Its greatest
recommendations wns (hat thero "was
no damnid merit about It." It Is not
an order of merit, and Is conferred only
upon roj allies nnd people of tho ery
highest rank, regardless of tholr actual
nchloements. New orK ueraia.
First Iron Rati Bridge.
Tho first Iron railway brlngo to bo
constructed anwhero In the world nns
recently been torn down and repiacco
by a new structure. This Interesting
structure was bunt in i;j on ui
Stockton and Darallngton Hallway,
England, and crossed the IUor Gaund-
less, a tributary to the car at West
Auckland, then termeu Hi. ueiens.
was composed entirely of cabtlron, nnd
Is generally bcllctcd to have been built
by Mr. Georgo Stephenson, the chief
engineer of the Stockton and Darling'
ton Hallway. Engineering News.
The Great Tamlly Medicine of th"
Ago! I'or soro throat, gaisle tl:e
throat with n inlxturo of IWIN-KILL-v.n
nml water, nnd the relief Is Imnu-
dlatc, nnd euro posltle. It should not
ho fnrcotten that the I'aln-Klller Is
mimllv nn cood to take Internally as to
uso externally. Aold substitutes, tin 10
Is but ono l'aln-KIller, Perry Davis'.
1'ilco 2Sc and 50c.
Instruments filed for record June 10, 1001.
First Psrty Second Party Class
J A Magom
Kona Sugar Co
Mrs E C Green-
J F Clay
Kona Sugar Co
First Bnkof Hllo
M Hlrnchl et al
J Fernandez J Ventura
C V Grote and J Fernandez
J J de Nobrega
C S Deskv
J M Barnard
J de S Padre Cura D
J de b I'sore Cura J G Serrao
tstFor.Ch.ofHilo A Wall
J Lehmann & lib
C S Utsky
W J Lowrle
J J Grace
J T Baker
Mrs L K Kail!
Mrs C M Moana-
uil and hsb
A W Judd.
Tr Oahu College
M J Huberts
K L Hires et al
11 11 11
M V Holmes
A S Kaleloou et al
C Brewer & Co
H C Morton
M E Alexander
B Cartu right
Instruments filed for record June 12, iqoi.
Se.ond Patty Class
M Kalll and hsb
J Djgueand f
El'ela et al
Kona Trading Co M
A M Pacheco
F P Johnson
lilshon & Co
J .UcAndrew et al
J McAndieu et al Mrs b Brenig
RECORDED JUNE 3, 1901.
Onouica Sugar Co. to Holt, Jr., Rcl.:
June 3, 1901; 5 acres land In Kalnoa,
Hllo, Hawaii. 1 150. Book 1C0, page
K. Ooomes and wife to J. O. Serrao,
D.; April 11. 1901; Inurest In lensu
hold and 1 acre lot, Kukuau 2nd, Hllo,
Hawaii. $1,100. Rook 21S. page 3CG.
IC. Lonokapu and wlfeito A. J,
L.; May 27. 1901;' Por. Land
P&tcnt 4.154, Nanawalc, Puna, Haw-all,
100, for 30 j ears. Hook 219. page 341.
Mrs. Kalmt to Ah linen, L.; October
17. 1000; Por. -H. P. 10.C31, Walchit,
Maul. $30. for C ) ears. Book 219, pago
H. Meyer and wife to G. Gardener.
m . jiay i 1901 ; Qrant 3,709. North
Hllo. Hawaii. J2.O00. Book 220. nag
tarm C'crnn to A. S. Parke, M.; May
::, 1501; I'or. II.
P. 1.945 Punahou,
$1,700. Bopk 220,
K. Morlmoto Co. to Hakalau rlanta
tlon Co., C. M.: May 23 1901; Lot 15,
Nlnolc. North Hllo. Hawaii. $1,004
Dook 220 page 302.
Naeolo and husband to D. Kcluoka
moku. Jr., D.; May 7, 1901; houso lot.
Kapaknhl, Valkelc. Ewa, Oahu. $173
Hook 223, page 215.
I'alolo Laud nnd Improvement Co,
Ltd., to S. do Orncllas, D.; May 24,
1901; Lot 13. Block 203, Palolo Valley,
Honolulu, Oahu. $130. Book 223, png
Palalo Land and Iniprotement Co,
Ltd., to A. Camacho, D.; May 21, 190l
Lots 7, 9 and 11, Block 20.1. Palolo Val
ley, Honolulu. Oahu. S10. Book 223.
C. W. Booth to M, L. Smith ft nl
D.; December 20, 1S99; Lot 39, It. V.
202. Kul. 273. Kcwalo, Honolulu, Oahu
$3,000. Hook 223, page 219.
II. M, Burnett and husband to Lew
crs fi Qooke, Ltd., D.; Juno 1, 1901;
Lot 4. Block A. Lot 5, Block B. Lot 14,
Block B, Lot IS, Block B, Baseball
Tract, Kulaokahua, Honolulu, Oahu.
l. Hook 22o, page 63.
C. S. Desky and wife to K. Spencer,
D.; August 3, 1901; Lot 3, Block 3, H.
P. r,71fl. E. c A. 10.C03, Kcwalo. Ho
nolulu. Oahu. J223. Book 223, paged.
P. Muhlendorf et nl. to Lew crs &
Cooke, Ltd.. D.; Juno 3, 1901; Lot 4.
Block A, R. P. 3,400. Kulaokahua, Ho
nolulu. Oahu. $1,230. Hook 22.,, pag
J. II. Schnack and wife to A. M.
Gertz, D.; May 1, 1901; Lot 1, Ap. 7.
Kul. 803. Walkoae, Kallht, Honolulu.
Oahu. $37G. Book 225, page 63.
A. J, do Mello and husband to E. da
SlUn, M.; April 20, 1901; piece land
Hllo, Hawaii. $150. Book 22C, pago 15.
J, do Mello and wife to E. da Sllva.
M.; April 20. 1901; piece land Hllo,
Hawaii. $580. Book 22C, pago IC.
II. I,. Kcer and wife to Hawaiian
Evangelical Association, M.; May 31,
1901; Lot 39, R. P. 302, Kul. 273. Kc
walo. Honolulu, Oahu. $7,000. Book
::C, page 19.
RECORDED JUNE 4. 1901.
C. E. Richardson to J. Vlelra. Rcl.:
May 22, 1901; pleco land Wnlanuonuo
stiect, Hllo, Hawaii. $500. Hook 201.
I pago 91.
M. T. Morgan to C. J. McCarthy, D.;
Juno 3, 1901; Or. 3,259. neretanla street.
Honolulu, Oahu. $3,000. Hook 220,
J, Vlelra and wife to Tlrst Hank of
Hllo. Ltd., M.; May 22, 1901; pleco land
Walamienue stieet, Hllo, Hawaii.
$2,500, for 1 ear at 9 per et Hook 220,
A village parson, preaching about
sudden deaths, cried! "Thus It Is wltn
us. We go to bed well, and get up
stone dead." An old councillor, M.
d'Hcrbaut, writing to one of his friends
of nn estate which ho had just bought,
added: "Thero Is a chapel upon It, lu
which my wife and I wish to be hurled.
If God spares our llesc." A Turkish
jencher and preacher one night shouted
out of a window at what ho thought
was a robber, but It turned out nett
morning to bo hl3 own caftan hanging
un In tho garden. I'ercolUne that an
arrow had pierced It, ho ciled: "Thanks
O Lord, thnt I was not Inaldo It, other
wise I must hao been killed!" New
tlau'ti Line Journal.
Melnerny Block, Fort Btroot. jm
.slAVAl WonkMcn M. PHILLIES & 00 A. J. OAMPBKLL, J
(tMsM'vfflW"1;' l,',lc';cii Elcc" WholeuU Importers and JobtMi BtOCK and Koild Broker. W
2!i V lJShrlciIy Battery j
. , . ttu i'Hi2Ljrz' tiK.ie senj tor uuok ivivAtiiin inn Mi.pirin FY unv ' " .vi
Realty and Maturity Go.
DEALERS IN REAL ESTATh,
Loans, Mortgages, Bonds, etc. Sud-dlvl
ders of tracts of city property; houses bull
on easy terms; all sorts of documents drawi
on short notice, at a moderate charge; word
We also Issue, as an especial feature, to
parties who have moniy 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.
LAWSON'S YACHT ENTERED
New York. May 31. It Is unofficially
stated today that tho New York Yacht
Club, through Commodore Lewis Cass
I.cdyard, has rccclxcd a letter from
Thomas W. Law son, the owner of tho
Independence, In which the Boston
yachtsman ngrccs to comply with all
the requirements of that organisation
as to the conditions to govern the en
trance of his acht In tho trial races.
As n result. It Is snld by ono who
claims to know, the Independence will
be transferred to a member of the New
York jncht Club and tho Boston nlno-
ty-footcr will be made eligible to com
pete In not only the contest to secure n
boat to defend tho America's cup against
Shamrock It, but will bo allowed to
participate In tho majority of tho New
York yacht Club fixtures In which the
Columbia and Constitution will take
Favor Mcchlntcal Filtration.
New water supply end purification
works for Columbus. Ohio, at an esti
mated cost of some $3,800,000, havo
been recommended by Mr. S. M. Oray,
M. Am. Soc. C. E., of Providence, R. I.
The plans are based on n population of
210.000 In 1925; n present dally con
sumption of 16,000.000 gallons, with n
maximum of 24,000,009 gallons, which
figures will be Increased to 30 000,000
and 45.000,000 gallons, respectively, In
25 years. Tho plan proposed Includes
n high masonry concrete granite faced
dam and nn Impounding reservoir on
the Scioto HUcr, the development of
water power there, a CO-lnch steel con
duit. 20,000.000 gallon mechanical filtra
tion nnd water softening plant, 12,000,
000-gallon clear water basin, new
pumping station, n reinforcement of
tho distribution system, nnd the erec
tion of three stnndptpes. It Is not
ueressary to do all this work at once,
but tho portion recommended for Im
mediate construction would cost about
$2,200,000. Mr. Gray estimates that
mechanical would bo cheaper than slow
and filtration by $183,000 for first cost
and $19,792 per ear for operation, on
n basis of 20,000,000 gallons a day; and
that for both filtration and softening
mechanical filtration is cheaper by $32,
357 a year. Tho additional expense duo
to softening tho water Is estimated at
$58,853 a year, but Mr. Gray believes
that the pcoplo of Columbus are now
palng $221,000 n year on account of
MOVEMENTS OP STEAMERS.
Steamers duo and to Ball for tho nsxt
thirty days aro as follows:
City of Poking S. F. ..
Mariposa S. 1'.
China Yokohama Juno 15
Gaelic S. F. Juno 21
Doric Yokohama Juno 22
Ventura S. F. Juno 25
Sierra Colonies Juno 25
Hongkong Maru- S. F Juno 29
Steamers. For. Due.
City of Peking Yokohama . Juno 13
China S. F Juno lb
Mariposa S. F. Juno 19
Gaelic Yokohama Juno 21
Doric S. P. Juno 22
Ventura Colonics Juno 25
Sierra S. F. Juno 25
Hongkong Maru Yokohama June 29
N. n. A United States Army trans
port may ho expected from San Fran
cisco on the 9th nnd 24th of each
month, en route to Manila
Tho Houso of Commons was nnro
electrified nnd bewildered, too, by this
outburst from an nrdent member: "I
tec n lslon float before my f)es, It Is
tho car of progicss, rolling on Its nn
Jest gnashing its teeth ns It goes."
There arc somo people whose Ideas of
"progress" Bccm to be of this cxtnna
gant yet extremely vaguo kind. They
tako "progress" for granted, nro super.
Uclal optimists, (mo no definto Ideas
on any subject, und while busy with a
thousand carta, noer seriously Inquire
what Is the chief end of man. Ilorrow.
lng for the moment a figure of tho En'
gllsh parliamentarian, wo do not won1
der thnt tho "car of progress" "gnashes
Its teeth" at such people "as It goes."'
Fine Job Printing at
H. HAOKFELD & CO., X. t-
On and after June 5, the Honolulu Mar
ket Co. will make two deliveries : morn
ing, 8 o'clock ; afternoon, 2 o'clock.
HONOLULU MARKET CO., LTD.,
1857-1 w D.H.DAVIS, Manager;
In C3nequence of the appointment of
the Hon. Geo. Gear to the Circuit 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. i8oo-tf
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
PIONEER ADVERTISING CO.
All persons having claims or new con
tracts with the Pioneer Advertising Co.
will please present ame at the office of the
Co., room 7, Model Block, on or before
June l)th, loot. An entire change In the
management of the Company makes this
request neceisary. 1857-1 w
At a meeting of the directors of the
ORFIIEUM COMPANY, LTD., held this
day, an assessment of lo?. on the assess
able stock was levleJ, payable on June 1st
and delinquent July tst.
ORPHEUM COMPANY, LTD :
BY JOHN F. COLBURN,
May 27, loot 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 dav of the month follow Ine 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.
iBn-tf D. H. DAVIS. Manager.
Notice to Creditors.
Th. unJirtlrnfi navlnc bttn duly arcolntti a-
cuirlx ol ll 11III ot William A hcnttiall, law ol
Honolulu, Oahu, dtttatf 3, hartry ilvtt notx 10 all
Mtkonf havmr claim, apalntt th. mai. of .aid i
cea.J to pM th. nn, duty authenticated aa4
nn T'Or' vojcnri. tl any axitr, untuicr wcuita
bv morlitac. or othtntli. to her afner residence,
Klnau tuvet, Honolulu, within tU month, from date,
or .uch claim, will re forever t-.rred,
Honolulu, May ,1, tool
MELIN a. IIENSIIALL.
Etecutrls of the Will ot William A. Henttiall,
Jece.wJ tin-May w June .it ii
A New Stock of American Flags
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223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
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