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71'gror3gyBVBNINqTBULLKTm. HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNE3DAV, JUNE 19, 19Ci
Oceanic Steamship Company
, TIME TABLE.
n steamer of tali line will arrtre and leare thla port aa hereunder:
FnOM SAN FRANCISCO.
VENTURA JUNE 26
' ZEALANDIA JULY 6
SIERRA JULY 17
SONOMA AUO. 7
1 MAI11P03A AUO. 17
VENTUnA AUO. 28
' MARIPOSA SEPT 7
SIERRA SEPT. 18
1 MARIPOSA SEPT. 28
SONOMA OCT. 9
In connection with the lalllng ot the abore ataameri the agenta ir pre
pared to tisue, to Intending paieengera, coupon through tlcketa by any rail
road from San Francisco to all pointa In the United Statea, and from New
Fork by any iteamshlp line to all Buropean porta.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
I ' Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
I nicNCRAi. AOENTfl nnrcAHtfl a a an
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Sttamrrt of Iht abort comptnlts will call at Honolulu anl
Itav this port on or about tha date below mcntloicJ.
For Itptn and China:
GAELIC JU.NE 21
HONGKONG MARU JUNE 29
CHINA JULY 6
DORIC JULY 16
NIPPON MARU JULY 24
PERU AUO. 1
COPTIC AUO. 9
AMERICA MARU AUO. 17
PEK1N0 AUO. 21
GAELIC SEPT. 3
HONGKONG MARU SEPT. 11
CHINA SEPT. 19
For central Information apply to P. M. S. S. Co.
H. HACKFIBLO & CO, LTD. AGBNTS.
CaoadiaD Australian Royal Mail Steamship Company,
OTSlaaaar. el It abOT. lis, rennlaf la cottactlo M taa CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
NMmVutnm.B Cm Sw, N. S. W., aacalll.iat Victoria, B.C. Ho.olil.aol Brlabana
N BUB AT HONOLVIit; it atom littlnMnMM vUl
MOM WiCuUVBR AND TKrOV C
f H-I.eaa. ill Sr'.ty I
MIOWERA JULY 6
AORANGI AUO. 3
MOANA AUO. 31
MIOWERA c SEPT. 28
lekila liau.d Iron Houlal. to 1
.oral Itlormatlofl. apply 10
Theo, H. Davlcet &
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
S. S OREGONI AN, 6,ooo tons, to sail about May 25.
S S AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sill about July 10.
S. S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail
Freight received at company's wharf. 41 Street, South Brooklln, at all times.
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 OAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New Yorlc,
Pullman Palaco Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Harbor
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals n-la-cartc).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent.
135 Third iftreet, Portland, Oregon.
v D. W. HITCHCOCK. General Agent,.
No. 1 Montgomery St,, San Francisco,
E. L. LOMAX, G, P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Co.
From and After January 1, 1899.
.1 Sua. .allr
wa Mill to
Va.MiI. a jo
F. C. SMITH, Gen'l Pns. & Ticket Agt.
O. P. DENISON, Superintendent,
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS
BRUCJE n A.RTWKlOH'J
General Manager of
Tb Iguitabla Life Assuunca Btfit'
Ot tho United States for the Ha
Office, : Mediant St. : Honolulu,
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ZEALANDIA .. JUNE 19
SIERRA., i. .. .ft JUNE 25
MARIPOSA .AiJULY 16
VENTURA AUO. 6
MARIPOSA .. AUO. 21
SIERRA ,. AUO. 27
MARIPOSA SEPT. 11
SONOMA SEPT. 17
MARIPOSA OCT. 2
OCEANIC S. S. 00.
For San Francltoo!
DORIC JUNE 22
NIPPON MARU JULY 2
PERU JULY 9
COPTIC JULY 19
AMERICA MARU JULY 26
PEKING AUO. 3
GAELIC AUO. 13
HONGKONG MARU AUO. 20
CHINA AUG. 27
DORIC SEPT. 6
NIPPON MARU SEPT. 13
PERU SEPT. 21
"ROM SYDNEY AND 8RISBANI
' Victoria aaa Vaocotrrar (B. C)i
AORANGI JULY 3
MOANA JULY 31
MIOWERA AUO. 28
AORANGI SEPT. 25
,t ' S3 Botopa For hlt aal
Co., Ltd.. Gcn'l Aftcnte,
Lines of Travel.
YOU 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, Magoon Block.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for our message
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KING STREET LINE.
Cut Ictvc Waiklkl for town al 4 1. fi 1 1. 6 n A M
ani every 11 minute thereafter tl I 1041. ii'ii art J
iijlPM irom vvi kiki co to tne runanou ataries
Cars leave R Rane or Pawaa iwltch for ton at
5 jiA M anj every it mlnutei thereafter till n otp m
Cars leave I ort ani King ttrecti corner for Pat a ma
at 6 to AM. ani every 13 mlnutci after till 11
Cars leave for Pal a ma only at ani 5 jo A M
Lars leave PaUmafor Waiklkl j a M ani every
19 minutes till 9 4) P M , then at to 13 anJ 10 43 pm
Then itPM from Palatna lor I'unahou only goes
to Waiklkl on SaturJayi
Cars leave f-ort an4 King streets corner foi Utile
Ranp at 1 u ani 1 to A M
Cars leave Fort aji J Kinjj streets corner for Waiklkl
at 6 93 A H anJ every 15 minutes tillioo,!' M then at
10 llni 1113P M. The 11 js P M cue to Waiklkl
on aatur jays oniy,
Cars leave Punahou Stable for Town at j jo ani
for Town ani Val1ey at 3 40 5 39 6 10 6 so 6 40 t anJ
m A M.
Carsleaxe OahJ Collect lor to n ani Valley at
6 jo 6 30 ani tioAM ani ever) 10 minutes till to 10
PM except the e en hour ani hall, hour cars which
run from the Stable
Cars leave Nuuanu Valley at 6 to 6 )o 6 30 A.M ani
every 10 minutes thereafter till to 30 p M
Cars leave Fort ani Queen streets for Punahou
College at 6 03 6 a) 6 43 A M ani every 10 minutes
alter till 9 43 p M Alter that the cars run tithe
Stable up to it 30P m, which Is the last car from Town,
reaching the Stable at una P M
ON CALL ALL NIGHT.
AUTOMOBILE CO., LTD.
Coupon Books Sold. Special Rates
made for "Automobile Parties."
NOTE DrJcr nro not allowed to
make any rates except thoso fur
nished by the company. Ask drher
to see rate sheet.
In caso of dispute ns to faro, pay
drher amount chimed, tnko rebate slip
and call nt odko. Wo will gladly ad
Just any difference.
Ofllce on King St., near Judiciary Bide.
LOUIS T GRANT, Manager.
Real - Estate
Situate near Punchbowl street, between
Beretanli and King streets In Honolulu.
Island of Oahu. Being Apanat 1 and 4 of
Land Commission Award 26? Issued to
Walakea, or Lots A and B In the name 0'
'A. w, Maloho as indicated on maps In the
Government Survey Department.
By vl-tue of an Order Issued out of the
Circuit Court of the First Circuit. Hon. A.
S. Humphreys, presiding, In a cause at
Chambers entitled Alexander Maloho ver
sus William Maloho, et al Equity Dlv.
slon Numb-r 1171, the undersigned will
sell at Public Auction to the highest bidder,
subject to confirmation by said Court,
ON MONDAY, JUNE U
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the mauka entrance to the Judiciary
Build ng In said Honolulu, the following
described lands, to wit :
APANA 1 (OR LOTA, A V. MAIOHO)
Bounded by Printer's Lane jt feet on
makal side; by Ross K. Anahu 13s feet on
Ewa side; bv Hlrant K. Anahu 50 5 feet
on mauka side; and by a 9 foot Roadway
145.5 feet on Waiklkl side. Area 9:0,
square feet, more or less.
Less than one-half of this Ap.ina will be
condemned for a 50 feet street In order to
extend Young Street Fwa way or towards
Hotel s'reet. BUT WHAT REMAINS OF
THE LOT MAUKA AND MAKAI will here
after become enhanced In value on account
of said proposed extension and also on ac
count of their fronting on the new street.
A RAKE CHANCE FQR CAPITALISTS.
APANA 4 (OR LOT B, A. W. MAIOHO)
Rounded by Rose K. Anahu 58 feet on
makal side; by said 9-foot Roadway i;6
feet on Ewa side; by Government and
Bishop Estate about 80 feet on mauka
side; and by Pahau Estate about 120 feet
on .Waiklkl side. Area 983a square feet,
mite or less.
This Arana 4, the outlet to which Is
Printer's Lane leading out to Punchbowl
Street, could be ubdlvlded Into THREE
EQUAL SQUARE LOTS, with an outlet to
each lacing Ewa-way on to said o-foot
noiaway; ana me lurtnest rrnuKa lot,
when Ap na 4 Is subdivided, will still be
wiintn 300 leet ot the proposed
Street Extension, thus esentuillv drlriK ,
away with the use of Printer's Lane a ,
far a this Apana4lsco cerned. THIS Is
A GOOD CHANCE FOR ISV ESTORS.
TERMS OF SALE are cash In United I
n,,a,!tS,G,. rJ?' lu1 d"J.? ati eNPenw.0' '
purchaers. For further particulars enqt r
at Hit umlrnlirnni ot h( nffir. In ,!,? i ,
Dated Honolulu, May 31. loot.
Keeps Constantly on Hand
MILLER & LUX'S Prime Beef, Mut
ton, Pork and Veal. The StandarU
Meats or the Coast. Nothing better to
be had. We are Sole Agents for the
FISH Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Stur
Econ, Sole, Smelt, Shad, Carp, Rock
Cod, Sea Dnss, Crawfish, Crabs, Etc.
POULTRY AND GAME Turkeys,
Geese, Chickens, Quail, Canvas Mack,
Mnllnnl, Teal, Sprig, Brant,
SMOKED MEATS Hams, Bacon,
Sausages, fresh etery day. Tongues,
Clipped Beef, Etc. Also Sweet Bread.
Brains, Cahes' Lher, Tripe, Cahes'
Feet nnd Heads, Etc.
BUTTER, Eggs, Cheese, Pickles.
Chow Chow, Bauer Kmut, Apples,
Pears, Grapes, Potatoes, Onions, Cab
bage. A full supply ot Fruits and
OYSTERS Fancy, large or small, In
shell or cans.
Hardly a thing that jou could wish
for but whnt ls to be had at our mar
, KINO UP THK. .
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
: : : : 518 FORT STREET.
SUblo 'Phono, 477
Hack Sund 'Phones, S1U ana It
0. H RRM.TNA
Drays (or Freight
Our representative meets nil Incom
ing steamers from tho Coast, and we
check baggago on nil outgoing steam
Wblte ind Bluk Sand For Salt
Ofllco with i:enlm; Bulletin, 210
King street. Tel. SC.
W. LARSEN, HTr.
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Black Sand
1 In Quantities to Suit....
EXCAVATING -. CONTRACTED
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
Dump Carts furnished b) thu Day on
H. R HITCHCOCK
Queen St., Opposite Union Teed Co
ill 1 FLOWER
Professor Wiley, chemist for the De
partment of Agrlctulture, has been
making experiments with sunflowers
with a view to Introducing the oil of
that plant into America as It Is used In
"For Its Sweetness and palatoblllty,"
says Professor Wiley, "It Is well suited
to table use, and more renrly than any
other known vegetable has the general
properties of the oil of the olive."
Abroad, more especially In Russia,
the plant Is of great economic Import
ance, Its seeds being eaten In Immense
quantities, raw roasted, as peanuts are
In America, while the oil, obtained by
pressing the seeds, Is widely used as
an article of diet; besides, the stalks
and oil cake make excellent fodder; tho
leaves are employed as a substitute tor
tobacco, and the fiber of the stalks has
a high value.
"Ilctween 1830 and 1840 sunflower oil
began to be manufactured on a com
mercial basis In the southern provinces
of Russia, and slnco that time a series
ot Important Industries, bnsed on tho
production of oil and oil cake, has been
do eloped there," says Professor Wiley.
"It Is used for woolen dressing, lighting
and cnndlo and soap meklng. For the,
last-mentioned purpose It Is superior to
"There ore many arletles of sun
flower In Russia, and quantities of
them are eaten raw. In palitablllty
nnd wholcsomcness tbey nro quite
equal, If not superior, to peanuts ot this
country. The stalks, straw nnd chtl
ot the plant nro highly prized for fuel,
furnishing In somo p-irts of the empire
almost tho only fuel emplojed. The
jilants used for ornamental purposes In
this country aro nearly nil of the Rus
sian Mirlety and a erase fully six feet
Thcjargcst plant which has been de
scribed grew In Washington during tho
summer of 1897. The circumference of
tho stalk of this plant at the surface
of tho ground was eight inches, show
ing a diameter ot almost three Inches.
Tho extreme height was tweho feet
and six Inches.
"The hedgcrons of sunflowers on the
prnlrles of Kansas, where they grow ni
freo as tho grass ot tho fields nnd fur
nish nlrnost the only relief of tho land
scape, are not only a thing of beauty,
but It Is only of lato years that wo
hnvo """"d that It has an economlo
Importance which promises to bo n
source of wealth to tho future. Wo
hac only Just begun to learn from tho
experience of China nnd Russ'r. the
economic nluc of the plant Itself. That
, , .,.... 1., .k. .,,1,1... 1.
ther0 ls Interest In tho subject Is
evidenced by tho hundreds of letters
which hne been reccUcd from all
parts of the country."
Regarding tho use of tho seeds tor
oil. It appears that the nstuto Yankee
knew something ovon before Professor
Wiley began to discuss tho matter.
Experts are of the opinion that the
largo amounts of seed Imported Into
this country cannot bo used only for
food of birds or animals, but ls used In
manufacturing soap, adulterating olle
oil nnd for similar purposes. Much tsc
crecy prevails as to Its real lino, both
of tho seed Imported and the' thou
sands of tons raised.
Secretary Wilson, who was appealed
to for an Investigation ot tho matter.
Is of the opinion that the seed Is used
only for tho food of horscB, cons and
poultry, and so the Bced of tho sunflow
er Is now admitted free as a flower
SCHOOL BELL ON TIME,
Near Roanoko, 111 , thcro Is a school
teacher whoso Ingenuity might not
please nil ot his pupils that ls, the
j Indolent ones. E. N. Whcolwrlght
I teaches a district school, and In a ills-
Itrlct school, jou know or perhaps
some city children do not know tho
teacher has to ring tho hell nml build
tho fire and sweep the floor, unless ho
pays some ambitious boy to do It for
him. But this teacher docs not hnvo
to hire a hoy to ring tho bell, nor rtoea
ho ring It himself, jet, no matter what
no may bo doing at 'J ociock in me
morning, that bell sets up a clatter that
no boy or girl can escape. Mr. Wheel
wright has arranged a clock which at
the proper hour sets In motion nn elec
tric npparatus that puts the bell to
ringing. Tho bojs of that district
have no longer any hopo that tho
teacher will bo so busy that ho will for
get to call school, Tho bell rings nlsn
at 10:45 n. m , 1 p. m , 2:30 p. m. and
at 4 o'clock.
In a West of England Church one
Sunday the banns between two parish
ioners had been put up for tho first
time. After servlco tho vlcnriWas ac
costed by tho prospculva,, groom:
"Mr. S , I want o speak to 'ee
About those banns can I hnvo 'em
' Of courso, If )OU wish," was the sur
prised reply. "You aro not married
let, or lege'ly bound In any way,"
"Ah!" with a sigh of relief, "that's
what I wanted to know. You sco, l'o
been ahlnklng It ocr, and, seeming to
mo, I'd rather havo her ulster."
"You can plenso joursclf," replied
tho vicar. "Hut, of course, fresh banns
must bo published."
"Alt!" A pauso. "Mr. . I paid
"co half a crown for putting up thoso
banns. Shall I have to pay another
"Naturally. If you change yrmr mind
so lato In the day, you must expect to
pay for It."
"Ah!" A long pnuso. Then, with
sudden resolution, "Aw. well leave
'cm bo ns 'tis!"
Notice to Or dltorK
The unJ'rtlnJ latin? te.n July ippolntrj ex
ecutrix of the ulll ot WllljmA enhll, Ulei I
II nolulu Oahu J,.e, J li irb glvitn ic 'nail
ferxni hiv rw cl Imi ai-alitt th ueuf sail de
ceatei lu piefce t the kame July authentlfjtej an'
withrr rr wi ,hr, I an x'(. vhelu e urrd
by mortgage or othrrftlie to era e let dence,
Kinau ttr it, Hon lulu Mlth n klx month! Irom Jnc
or ftnhcUlint will be (o ever b.r id
Honolulu, May jB, go,
ill UN 0 lirNsMUl.
Execut Ix nl the Will ol W II am HtnshaP,
dtceil, tSii-ayt 'une i.i,,!)
Instruments Fl'ed lor record June 18, 2901.
First Party Second Party Class
J Vlvlchaves T McGlffln Rel
J Magoon R E Turner Rel
R E Tur.ier W O Smith m
G N Wilcox N Opunul et al ExD
C Komomua W O Smith D
S N Wl'c W M Mlnton Rel
G W HayselJen Mrs AM Stangenwald u
J H Schnack and wf W 1 hurtell D
Bishop & Co EC Hornef Rl
E C Hon ef Mrs K Brenlg M
Instruments filed for record June to, tool.
First Party Second Party Class
C Brown Tr M G Sllva Rel
MGSIIvaandwf 1st A 1 & S Co of
Hawaii Ltd M
W W Burner Jno Ena Rel
A.Ramos See Wo Sine L
,, I I,
P Muhlendorf Tr GWHayselden D
H M) lire
J J Drummond Augt L
RECORDED JUNE 4, loot,
Bishop & Co to Goo Kim, Rel, Mav 27
toon R P's 4184, 6371,4631, 2820, 2819,
3021,687?, 2561 2x. loo?, ion. i6c.
403,2825. 3047, 2834. 4150, 4537. 2S2.
2575. 7042. 0501, 7450. 2570, por 2568,
Ap 2, Gr 2635, Waiklkl, Honolulu, Oahu.
r 2UJ5, waiKim, 1101
Book 163, page 230.
RECORDED JUNK 5, loot.
S Kauai St wf to Klnutl Okadi, L, June
j, tool; piece land Kapaaka, Honolulu,
uanu. moo, 10 years, book 219, page
M G Sllva to C Brown. Tr, A M, June
5. loot; Lot 37, Kallu, Honolulu, Oahu.
4:0 Book 226, page 37,
W Nuuanu to W Rlncc I., J me 5,
nwij plrce l-indand tnhi of uy, Nihi,
Honolulu. Oiliu. 520, 10 cats. Book
J l.ycurgiK to Go Lycu gu PA, June
23. ifiygi general powers. Book 224 page
Slnx Loy to J M Dowctt Tr,M, June 4,
loot; Id'chold Kthauikl. .Moinalusj 35
lnre Wdlalua Aerlc Co Ltd, Oihu.
tiozo Book 326 page 40,
I. C B rgstorm and hus t j B s 0 j & Co,
M june 3, 1001; por pitmt igi) 3773.
I hurst n Ave, Honolulu, Oahu. tjcoo.
Bo k223pi&e 312.
J M McCtesneyanJ wife to G Rodlck,
M.June 3, iqoi; plcci hnd Kalli, Wai
klkl. Honolulu. Oihu. Lots 1, 2, & 18,
bock 2, Puu-o. Hllo, Haw II. J;oco.
Bo k 220 page 314,
Port Mut B-n Scy of Hawaii tiAI'C
R Srlnola, Rel, June 4, looi;apan:i 1 RP
loStf kul 62J(. LI lha slieet. Honolulu.
Oihu.- ti-d Book 151 page lot.
S A-akl '0 T Sakiguchi, A C P, May
27. toots Int. in co-part erjhlp W njuna
Id, N Hllo, Hiwa I. ;i. B.uk 224 page
In Terrible Gale
San Francisco, June 7. Three vessels
arriving jesterday felt the force of a great
gale on June 1st, about i'o miles north
west of this port, and all three were the
w otse for the encounter. The schooner F.
S. Rcdfietd, twenty-nine days from Lahil
n 1 with lt.200 bags of sugar, renotts that
the gale began on June nt and lasted three
days, tne sea being very high and tough.
The schooner's main gaff was carried
away and several sails were lost. The
banc Martha Davis, twentv-seven davs
from Hllo with 23,619 bags of sugar, was
in inc gaic mr inrce aays in me same
vicinity, the high seas breaking char over
the vesiel and tilling the deck to the rail.
A portion of the starboard bulwarks was
carried away. 1 he schooner Aloha, tw en-ty-nlne
days from Honolulu with 23,784
bags of sugar, was tossej about by the
terrific wlnJ and sea for thre: days and
was hove to. The rudder-head was car
ried away and a seaman named J. Gund
erson was thrown with some violence
'torn the wheel to the deck, breaking his
J. II, Atherton by his attorney,
Hntch & Sllllman, has filed exceptions
to Ihe Wahatwa Sugar Companj's ana
wer to his complaint, 'for that tho
eat! answer contalus matter nt tho
same time Impertinent ns between tho
plaintiff and defendant and scandalous
as agnlnst said plaintiff to wit, tho
defento Bet forth In the further separ
ate answer of said defendant, begin
ning nt the eighth lino ot tho third
pago of said answer down to and In
cluding the first lino of the fourth pago
ot the same. In all ot which particu
lars tho said plaintiff Is advised that
tho said answer of the defendant Is
Impertinent and scandalous and) ought
to be expunged and plaintiff humbly
prays that the samo may bo expunged
Tho portion ot the answer excepted
to alleges that the plaintiff In the case,
Mr. Atherton, Is not acting for himself
but for the Wnhlun Agricultural Co,
which Is debarred from claiming tho
land In question by 'the Organic Act
which prohibits corporations holding
nioro than 1000 ncres ot land. Motion
was died to havo hearing on exeep
tlons set for 9:30 a. m. Trldav before
YaclitBto Race dune 95th.
Now York. June C. V. llutlcr Bun
can Jr., arrived from Newnoit tonlKht
with tho Information that tho Consti
tution would be ready for the trial
races with tho Columbia within two
weeks. Secretary Oddle stated that In
all likelihood tho first of the races be
tween the Constitution and Columbia
would bo held on Juno SCth. This will
mako a delay of but a little more a
week In beglnnlnR tho schedule of trial
races, on account of tho dismasting ot
the Constitution. '
Judge Did I understand jou to say
that jou consider tho character of tho
Witness No, jour Honor. I said I
considered It unreachable. Chicago
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in-w, i,iiir.i .1
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' . j nr loivii ! xuiivii in,
v, "TSa 1,. mil'. In, -,Hl it
"noll.l,. I" alTttll mil Inl TiiutkJi li.,l r, tin iinll
llelTnnrr.11" uai n amllliaalTl ' 1' e J-.'IIS
Realty and Maturity Go.
CAPITAL, - 20,000
DEALERS IN REAL ESTATfc,
Loans, Mortgages, Bonds, etc. Sud-dlvl
ders of tracts of city property; houses bull
on easy terms; all sorts of documentsdrawi
on short notice, at a moderate charge; work
We also Issue, as an especial feature, to
parties who have mony 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.
Wm. tf . Imwi
San rranciico AgcnUTnn NKTAt
National Bak or San Frasoihoo
Saw Framoisoo The Nov-ada Nation
Bank of San Francisco.
Londom The Union Bank of Londui
Nkw York American Exchange N
Chicago Merchants National Bank
Paris Credit Lyonnala.
Bkrun Dresdner Bank.
Uokkomo and Yokohama Honk-n
Shanghai Banking Corpomtlon.
Nkw Zkalakd and Australia Eai
of New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancoovkr Bank ,
British North Amerlut.
Timet 1 seierai Btttui ulEickuieBmiD
Depoltt ReeuTed. Lous mad on Ap-
E roved Security. DonmercUl and Tmelsn
redltt liiaad. Bllli of Exchange boagk
Coujotioms Pbomftlt AoooujrriD roi
Trnn-nct a General Il.inking
nnd J'Aeliniigt! Ihisinos.
Commercial nnd Travelers'
Letters of Cicilit iued, available
in all tho priiitrip.il cities of the
ItitcTt-t allowed after July 1,
1SH8, on fied deposits 7 day
Jiotieo 2 per cent, (this form will
not bear interest unices it remains
undittirl)cl for one month), a
months a tier cent., 0 months U 1-2
per cent, 12 months 4 per cent.
Pioneer Building am
A8BET8, DIC. II, ISM, fUMTM
Hone loaned on approrid mcwUi
ASarlngiBank for monthly dsportb
Houses built on the monthly install
Twentieth Bert of Stock U ir
OFFICERS T. F. Lansing, Prr
dent: 8. B. Ron. Vice President; O. I
Qrajr. Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Becretarr
DIRE0T0R8-T. F. Laming, B.
Hoso, A. V. Gear, A. W. Keecn, Uear
Bmlth, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, a i
"ray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. OKA,
Chamber ot Commerce rooms.
Office Hours: 12:101:10 p n
EliBQP ft CO.
Barings BepoalU will k
received anil Interest allowed by thl
Bank at four and one-half per cent
Printed copies of the Rules and Re
Illation may bo obtained on appllcatloi
Office at bank building on, Morchat
Tb Yokohama 'peoii Bin.
Pall Up Capital,,,.
R.MrvaJ FunJ ,
...........Yen aa ooc,
...........Yen if oog,ooc
, Ytn S,ta,ooo
The Bank buys and receives tor col
lection Bills ot Exchange, Issues Drafts
tnd Letters of Credit, and transact,
a genera! banking business.
Oi Flaaa Dapoalt for la oataa. 4 . Mil ., s
OaFlaatDapoalltorSaoata., lit "
Branch of lha Yokohama Spacta Bank,
Kef Reoariic Rmllni, ill mr 8t Hmnf
314 1'ORT 8T
Has tho Best Assortment of
PACIFIC ISLAND CUItlOS
In tho City.
FRESH HOME-MADi: POI ON TUES
DAYS AND FRIDAYS. .
Fine .Toll Punting at tho llnl
In consequence of tho appointment
of the Hon. George Ocar to the Circuit
Bench ns Second Judge, the Arm ot
Davis & Gear Is dissolved. Geo. A.
Davis will occupy tho same offices and
continue tho active practice of hla pro
At a meeting of the directors of the
OllPHEUM COMPANY, LTD, held
this day, an assessment of 10 on the
assessable stock was levied, paj-ablo on
Juno 1st and delinquent July 1st.
ORI'HKUM COMPANY. LTD.
By JOHN F. COLBURN,
May 27, IDOL' Becrctary pro tern.
Wo hereby beg to notify our custom
ers, and the public gcncrallj-, that here
nftcr wo shall Insist on regular month
ly settlements of nil accounts owing us.
Any account remaining unpaid after
the last day of tho month following tta
contraction will be closed nnd steps
taken for Its Immediate collection.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, LTD,
O. J. WALLER, Manager.
HONOLULU MARKET CO , LTD ,
lS33-tf D. II. DAVIS, Mamger.
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM
Honolulu, Frank E. Thompson, Esq., (of
Mesrs. MaRoon and Thompson) will act
for me under warrant of Attorney.
Parties desiring to communicate with
me personally, may send letters and tele
grams to me care of The London, Paris
and American Bank, San Francisco, w hlch
will promptly forward sime.
1B04-00I a. a. numr-MKCis.
YUEN HOP will open a New Liundry,
CORNER KUKUI AND NUUANU STREETS,
on Monday, June 17th. He will attend
promptly to all orders, anil guarantees his
w ork to be first-class. iStfriw
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers ft Dealers
Wo will Buy or Sell Real Estato la
nil parts of the group.
Wo will Sell Properties on Reason
OFFICE. 10 WEST KING STREEI
' DAVID DAYTON,
Real Estate Broker
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs, and
HOUSES TO LET.
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
COMMISSION BROKERS t
AND DEALERS IN '
Particular nttenUon given to pur
chaso and sale of Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Foreign Stocks ani
408 California St..
Ban FraBcUeo, Cat.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AHD BORD BROKE!
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
A. J. OAMPBKI1I1,
Stock and Bond Broker.
Member ot Honolulu Stock Exchange.
Olllco Queen Street, Opposite Ualot
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Subscrlbera are furnished with fro
Are to six lists per week, girlng an ac
curate record ot deeds, mortgacaa,
teases, releases, powers of attonr
etc., etc., which are placed on recor.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 12.00 PC
A. V. GBAR,
k iiiaM RiilMlna. Hnnnlrr.
H. HAOKFKLD k 00., IK
IEXEBAL GOHMISSIOM AGEXTS.
Cor, Fort and Queen SU,, Honolulu.
M. PHILLIPfc, 4 Ut
Wholesale Importers and JobbcK
hropun tnd Americ&n Dry ton
Fort and Queen Streets.