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EVEN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., MONDAY. JUNH 21, 1001.
Oceanic Steamship Coxfrpany
n itfamert of tkl lint will arrlre ahd leave this portM hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
VENTURA JUNE 26
ZEALANDIA JULY 6
SIERRA ".. JULY 17
ZEALANDIA ,.. JULY 27
SONOMA AUO. 7
MARIPOSA ,, AUO. 17
VENTURA I. AUG. 2S
MARIPOSA' SEPT 7
SIERRA SEPT. 18
MARIPOSA .. SEPT. 28
SONOMA OCTi 9
" Local Boat
In connection with the tailing of the above steamers the stents are pre
pared to lnue, to Intending pamngeri, coupon through ticket by any ralf
road from San Franclaco to all potnti In the United State, and from New
fork by any ateamahlp line to all luropean porta,
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
7 Wm. Q. Irwin
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Slfifnm of the abova compant.a will call at Honolulu and
leave this pjrt on or about tht dale, below mentioned,
For lapan and China:
HONGKONG MARU ........ JUNE 29
CHINA JULY 6
DORIC JULY 16
NIPPON MARU JULY 21
PERU AUG. 1
COPTIC! AUO. 9
'AMERICA MARU f AUO. 17
PEKING AUO. 24
GAELIC SEPT. 3
HONGKONO MARU SEPT. 11
CHINA SEPT. 19
For general Information
H. HACKFIBLi) &
Caniao-Australian Royal Haih Steamsnip taanj,
MTSiaaama ol rue abora llae. raulif li cenactlM wltb. the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
itnt Viactmi, B. C , and S-"r. N, S. V tad calllnc at Victoria. B. C, Hooolelu and Brlabant
ia HUB AT HONOI.l!I.V 1 la akoitl I itataabaiaw atated Tlst
FROM VANCOUVER AND "K
' ..neaod Sydney t
. JULY C
.. AUO. 3
.. AUG. 31
. SEPT. 28
'dWrkroatb Ickata leaved rom Hosolalo la Cat
Pdliaga ul al neral lolomation. apply to
Theo. H.Davleg&Co.,Lttl., Gcn'l Aftcnts.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
. S OREGONIAN, 6,ooo tons, to sail about May 25.
S S AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to salt about July 10.
S.S. HAWAIIAN, 6,oco tons, to sail
Freight received at compinv's wharf. 42J Street, South Brooklln, at all times.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB, N
General Freight AKent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Lines of Travel.
1 Cai Save
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
, San Francisco-Portland '
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers, Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Uarbcr
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms,
j Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carto).
I Free Reclining Chairs.
J Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
Jh. LOTHROP, General Agent.
13S Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK. General Agent.
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Go.
From and After January 1, 1899.
TATION9. Dally Dally
(Oatward) as. Sua. tally ax. 9m, Dally Dally
A.M. AM AJd. PJd. P.jit.
eoolata ttio :ij ma ml :lo
Raarl City..., I.ei : nieo vn .o
we Mill I.i lo.e lawa 41 tile
walaaaa , ia.to ,,,, 4:41 ,,,,
Walalaa 11.11 .... aiaa ....
araaoka , aia .,,, tiif ,,,,
H (lawerll ea Sm. Dairy Dally Dally
- AJd. AJd. PJ fif.
RUeke iu .... aiaS
Walalaa few .... an
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a Pearl City )i liet uaaj iie
m Mala tife fell atof re
I F. C. SMITH, Gen'l Pass, ft Ticket Alt.
I O. P. DENISON, Superintendent
I ' Wilder's Steamship Company
1 .FREIGHT AND
I FOR ISLAND PORTS
I e 1 1
General Manager of
T VgniUbU Lift Auauom 8mW
Of the United States for the Ha-
Office, : Mechont St. : Honolulu.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
SIERRA JUNE 23
ZEALANDIA JULY ,10
MARIPOSA JULY 16
ZEALANDIA '. .. JULY 31
VENTURA'.. .. AUQ. 6
MARIPOSA AUO. 21
SIERRA AUO. 27
MARIPOSA SEPT. 11
SONOMA SEPT. 17
MARIPOSA i OCT. 2
I Local Boat
& Co., Limited
OCEANIC 8. B. CO.
For San Francisco:
NIPPON MARU JULY 2
PERU JULY 9
COPTIC JULY 19
AMERICA MARU JULY 26
l'EKINO AUO. 3
GAELIC AUO. 13
HONGKONO MARU AUG. 20
CHINA AUG. 27
DORIC SEPT. 6
NIPPON MARU SEPT. 13
PERU SEPT. 21
apply to P. M. S. S. Co.
CO, LTD. AGENTS.
TROM STDNIT AND BRISBANB
Bw victoria and Vaoceuyer (B.C.):
Euopa. For breltbt and
MOANA . . .
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 $3.
HoioIbIh Office, Magooi Block.
TBL.. MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for your message
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KING STREET LINE.
Car. Uave Waiklkl for town at 9 45, J ij.C.4 A M.
ani. every u mlnutet thereafter tl I 104;, 11:1. anJ
11 i PM, from Waiklkl go to the t'unahou Mallei.
Cart leavtR kange or Pawaa twitch lor (own at
5 jjA.M, and every 15 n.lni.tes thereafter llll n tfP.M
Lars leave Krt ani Ktnc ttrects corner for Pal a ma
at 6:10 A.M. anJ every ij minutes after till ii:ij
Can leave for Palama only at and j.jo a m
Cars leave Ha'ama for Walkikl ii)AM, ani every
i minutes till 9 4) P m , then at 10 11 and 1045 P.M.
The 11:11 p.m. Iron. Palama ir I'unahou enly uoet
to Waiklkl on Saturdays.
Cars leave Fort and Kins streets corner lot Hide
Ranee at 5.10 and vo a, .a.
Cars leave Fort and Klne streets corner for Waiklkl
at 6.ajA.M, and evety ij minutes till iooiM, then al
10 Hand ..:, p.m. The mijjP.m goes to Waiklkl
on Saturdays only
BERETANIA STREET AND NUUANU VALLEY
Cars leave Punahou StaMe fur Town atf.joand
for Town and Valley at 40 s so 6.10 6 to 6 40 7 and
Cars leave OahJ Colteee for town and Valley at
t.yt 6. jo and 7. to A h and ever) 10 minutes till 10 10
P.M. except the even hour and halt, hour cars which
run from the StaMe,
Cars leave Nuuanu Valley al6'to C:jo t 50 a.m and
every 10 minutes thereafter till 10 so P.M.
Cars leave Fort and Queen streets for Punahnu
College at 6 oj 6 tj 6 4$ A m and every 10 minutes
after till 0 4$ P.M. After that the cars run to the
Stable up tort joP.m, which Is the lastcar from Town,
reaching th Statle at ii')qpm.
ON CALL ALL NIGHT.
AUTOMOBILE GO., LTD.'
Coupon Books Sold. Special Rates
made for "Automobile Parties. "
NOTE prlvers are not allowed to
make any rates except those fur
nished by tho company. Ask driver
to see rate sheet.
In case of dispute as to fare, pay
driver amount claimed, take rebate slip
and call at office. We will gladly ad
just any difference.
Office on King St., near Judiciary Dldg.
LOUIS T GRANT, Manager.
SHIP'S BOILERS GAVE OUT
ONE HUNDRED MILES AWAY
Passengers Have Pleasant Excursion
and Receive Heavy Joshing on
Return Home-Repairs to
Twenty-three hours from Honolulu
tho Oceanic steamship Zealandla ar
rived yesterday and was moarcd nt tho
Channel wharf. She left hero on Sat
urday at 4 p. m. and rvorythlng went
well until about 9 o'clock. Tho star
board boilers began to give out and the
(team tfressure got loner ami lower
About midnight Chief Engineer Keller
held a consultation with his assistants
and decided that It would bo for tho
best to advise tho captain to put back
to Honolulu. This was dono and at 4
o'clock yesterday morning, twelve
hours out tho Zealandla was put about
and started back. She was making
but little headway when sho turned
so sail was set on her and sho boomed
along with all her canvas drawing.
She mado the run to port about nn hour
faster than she did tho trip out. In
tho Molokal channel a high head wind
and choppy sea was encountered.
Tho first tho passenecrs knew of
the change In tho course vns whin
James K. Morgan and Col. C. J. Mc
Carthy appeared on d-ck. They notlc
cJ that the sun instead of rising over
tho how of tho espel was coming up
BBtcrn. This started them diseasing
points of tho compass and other things
and finally the man on tho brldgo wes
appealed to and tho wouM-ln tourists
were made acquainted with tho start
ling news that they wcro ncnrln; thclt
Pielty soon Diamond Head loomed
up to view and the passengers enjoy
ed nil tho emotions of n Joyous home
coming. The steamer was met by tho
tug Fearless and tho pilot boat off
Walklki. The doctor's launch with the
physician nnd Commodore Kred Whit
ney aboard went out As tho vessel
as coming from Honolulu to tho
samo place tho doctor did not detain
her outside nnd as no passengers had
been taken nboard from the time she
left until Bho returned thero was no
need of examination. Although tho
passengers were nil disappointed nt
hnvlng to come hack they took, good
r.nturcdly, the Joshing tho got from
their friends on tho wharf. There was
nearly as largo n crowd to sec tho ves
sel eomo In as there was tho day pro
vloiin to sec her sail.
There is one thing which Is worry
ing the otornlght excursionists, nnd
that Is when they arc going to get
away. Some of then, think the) will
be gltcn first choice In tho Sierra. Tho
agents will do everything In their pow
er to straighten matters out to the
satisfaction of everybody. Tho large
crowd at tho windows of the Oceanic
ofllco this morning was given wordB of
gladness and Joy by tho agents,
Tho Zcalandln will remain hero this
tlmo until thero Is no doubt ns to her
ability to reach San Francisco. Her
delay last week Is time lost as nearly
all the work that was dono will have
to bo dono over again. When irlio does
leave she will bo In first class shapo
with no fear of another breakdown
H. A. C. H.JIAILE ILI1HA 7
Tho Honolulu Athletic Club took tho
Malic lllmas Into camp to the tune f
T-ll. Hairing the llrst Inning tho ganm
was as clean and erclttug u cuntcst n.i
one wants to see.
In tho llrst inning tho Malles weru
evidently troubled with rtago fright ur
gomo more serious ninljuy, fo th: iluh
men connected wltb Itlckanlsoii e V.c
livery with an caso that war. appalling.
When tho smoke clcurod nw.iy nilip
runs had been reglstcru-l against tho
score of tho II. A. C.
Tho Malles then woke up to a realiza
tion of the state of things and bgan to
piny good ball. With tha exception of
two or three more errors during the to.
rrclndcr of tho game, tin play was eiy
Kaal, who occuped tho bOM fjr tltr
II. A. C. pitched a berjtllul same, nt
ono tlmo striking out M. men In two
Innings. About twelve men wuo if
tlAil by him without '.or.neUln,; with
Tho final score was II. A. C. Hi
Made lllmas. T.
Tho next game will bo played r.axt
Saturday between tho 8tars and tho
Police. The Stars han played but olio
game, defeating the Artillery IS to t.
The ever popular Rainier beer Is bo
coming a household word and "will
you hao .;lrs3 ot Geattle, is mors
often heard than anything cUe. The
Criterion Saloon has the beer on Ur f"
8t. John the Baptlret Chnrcli.
Tho celebration of tho day dedicated
to the patron saint of St. John tho
Uaptlst church at Kallbl-waena took
place yesterday. Tho celebration be
gan with low mass at 8 a. m., high
mass with band, orchestra and choir
at 10 a. m.; also sermon and collection;
12:30 p, m., ltiau, with concert and
tinging by Mrs. Alapal; 12 to S p. m.,
election of six members ot the council
of the Association of St. John the Bap
tist. The Rev. Father Valentine led tho
band and J. II. Van Olcsen tho orchea
tra and choir. Moss was held at the
church at 9 o'clock this morning, this
being the day of St. John the Baptist.
The Kvcnlng Dullctln, 75 cents per
Dr. Pierce. Clec
trie Bady Battery
Away with Drugi t Invtl
tlsalr, SnJ fur "Uook
lalKo. " Addrtti
PICRCB SLUCTKIC CO.,
620 M"kat 31. , S. P.
Instruments filed for record June 22, toot.
Party First Parly Second Class
E C Hob-on M H Marx D
C Sterling Bishop 4 Co M
M H Marx A Oodd "
L L McCanJIess Lau 1 ong L
Instruments fi'ed for record June 24, 19:1.
Paity Flist Marty Second Class
SLulilleaetal HlloMer. Co M
N At Tulcher C E Klchardson D
MaValor I) Kaal U
GRoc'Ick MII& L II Whitehouse Nel
F L Doitck Chas Phillips P A
Wes & Haw Inv Co W C Aclil P R
Hotlmoto Zenslro et al H Zenslro "
Hakalau Pit Co A
United Chinese Soc'y J P Mendonca D
Hono I Works Co LeeTomaet-al L
Llmd Okamura S hvaka B S
Kolll and hus Laupahothoe Sug Co M
Bona Alwonl Union Mill Co U
O Peterson W McCluskey D
P Patro T Awtna L
C Lucjs Poomanu L
RLCORnED JUNE to, toot.
Kanoe (w) to C Brewer & Co, I), June
6, toot; Int. In apana 1 & 2. R P 60)0, kul
4161. Puuohala. Walluku, Maul. 6.
Bonk 22) page 24.
J,A Atagoon to KonaSyjjirCo Ltd, Par
Rel. AMV24. lootsrorR P 671O. kuUS87,
I'uapuaiki, N Kona, lliwall. ft. Hook
22G piRC 70.
TrsOal-u College to M E Alcxinder,
D,Jun;6. iq 1; lut 7. block 2t & lot it,
black 22, College Hills, Honolulu, Oahu.
5;8co. Bonk 222 rage 374
F L Hoogs and w f to Hank of Hawaii
LtJ, At, June 6, 1001; rlcce land Ataklkl,
nonoiuu, uanu, ?t. uook 220 page 140.
Kuk lahlwa and hus to Pa.1ul1.1u Sugar
Plant'p t.o, Mi May -i, toot: grant jojo,
Wtlii, llamakua, Hawaii, t&io. Book
22O race 68.
R rk of Hawaii Ltd '0 G B McCltllani
IW. J me 6, in-i, piece land M.iklkl, Hn
nolulu, Oahu. 25oo. Book 107 page 285.
E Al Magoon and hu tn T Chrltlv. l,
June 12. 1001; 1 pieces of land & gi.int
)2, Honolulu, Uahu. Ji. Book 22)
tst Am Fo'elgn Church & Soc'y of
III 0 to W H bhlpmiti, Ij. Alav . toot;
4jla 10, block U, Hal.il Hill Cemetery,
H Ij, Hawaii, f 50. Book 221 page 2)7.
J Lehmann and hus tn K Hanupa, D,
May 2g, 1001; piece lanl Honokaa.lla
.makua, Hawaii. I250. Book 22) pagr
Airs L K Kalll to Walrlo Llmalau LtJ,
L. Atay 16. toot; 2 pieces land Walrlo,
Hamakua, lliwall. 11 yrs at 5 50 per an.
Book :tq pige 360.
Kupa to W.ilpln l.lmnl.iu Ltd, L, Atay
16. 1901; R P48JJ. kul K484. Walplo, H.
mikua, Hawdi. is yrs at f 100 reran.
uook 219 oage 370.
J Ferninde to Jos Burklnhaw, At, Apr
27, iqoi; pit-nt No. 39)8, H-nehensula,
llamjkua, Haw II. $13:0. Boole 22G page
G G-irJreT and wf to Mlsi J M Bar
1 ard, M. Nov 1, 1000; patent No. i;cq,
Kual 1 Tr.iC. Hllo, Hawaii. 1500. book
220 page 337
J .1 de Nobieca and wf to At Brancn.tAt,
.May 11 looij pjtrntj Nos 3S50, 3934 ilc pc
lanJ I lannktu, Hawaii. $1500. Book
J de P C Snuza to J G Serrao. .M, Sept
13. toco; lfaeh.tds& buliillfifts, Houonui,
Hllo, Hawaii. 51217.35. Book 226 page
A W Judd o II C Morton, D. June 10,
loot; lots if) & 17, btock 4, Puunul 'I net,
Honolulu, Oihu. $1000 & mtg J 1 000.
Book 223 page 244
Kona Sugir Co Ltd et al to Mrs E C
Gtrenwell, D, Mar 10, 1901; por apana 2,
R P 6717, kul 4887. Puapualkl, N Kona,
Hawaii. St. Book 222 page 376.
CSDcskvfc wf to JdePCSoura, D,
Sept 21,1898; lo" to, block D.VIIIaFran'a,
Hllo, Hawaii $225, Book 222 page jCq.
F l.ederer and hus to N S Sachs, ,M,
June 1, 1901; oar grant 3508. Klnau street,
Honolulu, Oahu. 54;co. Book 220 page
1st B3nk of Hllo Ltd to J F Clay, Rel,
May 30, 1901; .acres of hnd Puna, Ha
wail. ft2S. Book 221 page 4C2.
.MJI'ob:rtstoBCaitwrlght. PA Aug
1, iijco; general powers. Book 224 page
RLPIrts etdl toB Cirtwrlght. PA,
Mig I. to3; general powers. Bosk 224
T Shibaami to II lUckfelJ .t Co Ltd,
At, 'Mr 18, toon 4 leaseholds. 1 slur,
bullJiio s'mI.i, t'.xtur s, et' , Holoaloa.
Kona. Ibwall. 19193.7(1. Book 226
C S Dekv and u f 0 W J I owrle. D.
Atay 23, loot; lots 3t, 35, 36 & 37. P.iclliC
HsUhtsTrad, iioimlulu, O-.hu. 5li,sco.
Hook 222 page 370.
MISS MARY'S KYIS.
Miss Mary say sho constant
.Miss Mary sny she true;
,Uut. oh! dem nyeii
Lak Aperl sklck
Dcy won't look straight at you I
De sunshine dar n-playln',
i:n all do shaddcrs, too;
But, oh! dem eyes,
Dey des so wise
Dcy won't look straight ut jou!
Sho got so many Icier
,. She dunno what tcr do!
Dat why dem cywe
i:n uiu't look straight at you!
A RHVISKI) MUI.ODY.
"I can't tell why I lovo you,
B,ut I do 00 00,"
Ho sang In soulful accent
To his Sue 0000.
But he never got to tell,
For he finished with a yell, ,
When he left, assisted by her
Papa's shoe 00 00.
Th. use of the Singer In millions of
homes shows the unprecedented suc
cess ot these Ideal sewing machines.
It Is convincing proof that the Singer
excels In all kinds ot family sewing
and art needle work. All our sewing
machines are of the beat construction,
beautifully decorated, and are mounted
on selected woods In finely finished
cabinets ot artistic design. D. Der
gersen, agent, ltU Bethel street, F, 0.
Dy the vessel Mohican, tho long ex
pected pipe organ for tho Kawalabao
church arrived Sunday morning. Thd
builders will go to work at once and
by the latter part of July, tho tnitru'
ment will be In place.
Realty and Maturity Co,
CAPITAL, - SJO.OOO
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 drawl
on short notice, at a moderate charge; word
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 tit. Office, 32 King street,
over Omle & Conke's.
The following shares of Dillnquent
ctock of the HONOLILU INVLbT.MLNT
CO , LTD.. will te solJ at
' at the
Sales Rooms of WILL E. FISHER
corner of Merchant and Alakea streets,
Tuesday, July 2, 1901
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
unless the installments, fines anJ costs, are
paid on or before the day of sale.
it Itu Tin; s U
41 ChitOptnul f 4
51 dl Jan t 644
81 MrCVfithtrti t!4?
M K K'fohJ.ilole 4 49
J. Uyin a
A BraJJaky t
Wan; H w a
Chans; K' a
Mrt in .Mumby a
Irirk Je Rca t
Hfio Leopg t
( hMng Ycn t
Ml b hntn t
U L JunM a
Jn Vlrrra i
C H llir-'l 4
lo II MhrjtJtr
i.ib rt I Lint 1
MKtOM Unit 1
Tin Qui J 1
U Ah k'ca 1
R A Hufchlnbn 10
Pn Mtki 1
Lum Cluw King 4
J k Kotlii 1
R A Lman Jr 4
Oik Mo j
L llclhuth t
(i b Aftonto
W II Ntll s
t W llirnarl j
A Von Arntwatil
Mai Schltmmcr f
W A.Wrlcht t
Mr M KXaeo.Tr 1
C Wkha Jt a
II F S.ifr j
Leonard Nunel 4
Ho Pol j
I'hllllp ' Victor 1
M J Je C,ouca a
W A Wrljht 1
tn a n Ainorr t
It6 ASKnUlofu t
i)o ChJ R ! ailer t
lit C Til Hoo
HI !)LAkl s
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itS W HI rutin
i4( J H lUtucIt t
165 Bow Yuf n
181 EthrrK PolJi!e'n6 lu
th& Ha Konif Mi
ij? Tio I. AnJrcw
t9 I1 O Keltet Jr
i?4 H W Pimor
tro J U Miin
, W H Pdln
tZ8 Jonth Kumjlae
U8 H Klmm
311 A J Smlihlet
)4t John Kei
IV Wm UMIiJttl
PS Wore Htn
40) C II Hlcity
f41 J fc ICillAI
t9i Mobt WaUltiU
4T H (i SriJinir
1?H Adirh llolir
j9 Sunn Plelrr
jSt Hir Sin ir
,83 Ah Pi
19t Chunjf Wo
S Ou n Leo
J 98 I'iul Htlrn
6) Leon,; Poq
June 30, tool.
C. B. GRAY,
Keeps Constantly on Hand
5I1M.KU & LUX'S Trlme Hcef, Mut-
ton, I'ork and Veal. Tho Standartl
.Meats of tho Coast. Nothing lioltcr to
ho hnd. Wo are Solo Agents for tho
HSU Salmon. Hallhut, Trout. Stur
Rcon, Sole, Smelt, Shad, Carp. Hock
Cod. Sen Hass, Crawfish, Crabs. Ktc.
POULTRY ANI) GAMi: Turkeys,
Ceeic, Chickens. Quail, Camas Hack,
Mallard, Teal, Sprig. Ilraut, llclglan
SMOKKI) MHATS Hnmi, Ilaeon,
Sausages, fresh oery itay. Tongues,
Clipped Htef, Ktc. Also Sweet Ilread,
Drains, Calves' Liver, Tripe, Caheh'
Feet and Heads, Ktc.
HUTTKIt, Kggs. Cheese, l'lckles
Chow Chow, Saner Kraut, Apples,
rears, Orapei, Potatoes, Onions, Cab
bage. A full supply of l'nilts and
OYSTKKS Fancy, largo or small, In
shell or cans.
Ilsnlly n thing that you could wish
for hut what Is to bo had at our mar
ket. TBLPPHONE-MAIN QIQ.
814 FORT ST.,
KM. Has tbo Beit Aiaortment of
PACIFIC ISLAND CUIttOS
In the City.
rnPSH HOME-MADE POI ON TUGS
DAYS AND JFR1DAYS.
S. HAOKFELD 00., L.
IBIEBiL C0III88101 18DT.
Cor. Fort and Queen fits., Honolulu,
M. PHILLIFB k Oi
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
tuofMn ud Aauieu Dry e
Fort and Queen Streets.
' Corporation Notices.
In consequence of tho appointment
of tho Hon. Oeorge Gear to the Circuit
Ilcnch ns Second Judge, the firm of
Dals & Gear is dlssohcd. Geo. A.
Davis will occupy the samo ofllces and
contlnuo the actUe practice of his pro
fesilon. 1809-tf 1
At n meeting of the directors of the
ORPHEUM COMPANY, LTD., held
this day, an assessment of 10 on tho
assessable stock was let led, payable on
Juno 1st and delinquent July 1st.
ORPHEUM COMPANY, LTD.
Uy JOHN K. COLIIUItN.
May 27, 1001. Secretary pro tem.
Wo hereby beg to notify our custom
ers, and the public generally, that here
ntter we shall Insist on regular month
ly settlements of nil accounts owing us.
Any account remaining unpaid after
the last day ot the month following Its
contraction ivlll he closed nnd steps
taken for Its Immediate) collection.
METltOPOLITAN MEAT CO., ITD.,
O. J. WALLElt. Manager.
HONOLULU MAItKET CO., LTD.,
1832-tf I). II. DAVIS. Mnnager.
All persons are herebv warned nnt to
tresps by hunting and shoot us over the
lands Pukele and 'Walomao. In PalolD
Valley, and Kahala and Hamohamo, Wai
klkl. Persons so trespassing will be pro
secuted according to law.
by her Attorney In fact,
J. O. CARTER.
June list. 1901. iHjjMmp
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM
Honolulu, Frank E. Thompson, Esq., (of
Mes-rs. Magoin and Thompson) will act
for me under warrant of Attorney.
Parties deslrli.g to communicate with
me rersonallv. nuv send letters and tele
grams to me care of The London, Paris
and American Rank, Sin Francisco, which
will promptly forwjrd sime.
1804 -OOt A. S UUmKHKfcTS.
YUEN HOP will open a New Liundry,
COKNLK KUKUI AND NUUANU STREhTS,
on Monday, June i;th. He will attend
promptly to all orders,, anil guarantees his
wjrk to be lirst-class. i866-iw
All Parlies owing money to OAHU
COLLEGE, for tuition or pasturige, ate
hereby notified that unless these bills are
paid within a week tn Judd .V Co.. P O.
Box 6O7, they will be given to a lawyer
i86S-tw By Its agents. Judd & Co.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST
Circuit Territory ot HjwiII, At Clnmtr, In pro
ba'e In tit matter of thermic of Hugh Mnrrlfton,
lite of Makiwtll, Kiual Tht lut will ani tettj
meit ot mIJ dectik 1 ravin? teen pre cnttJ to wli
court, together wlih a rttltlon (or iht rrobitt thrrruf.
and lor iht Ittutnce of lctetffttjmrntiry to Clara
T. Morrtton tmlng tn MJ. Notice l hfrtt1?
Rlvert thai MorJjy. the 8 h Jay ol Jo.) , A. U,. 1901,
at " o'clock a m , ol ali Jay, at the Court Room ot
tali Court, at Hon lalu, Oa'iu, N anJ iy ame here
ty I arpolniei ttie tlm ni place lor proving al4
will ani htailntr uU application.
Honolulu, May jut 1901
Py tht Court
iSt.rt.June r.o t tt Clerk
PARTIES DESIRING TO PURCHASE
Horses anp Mules
can do so by applying
by letter to the : : :
Umuula Sheep Station
Have horses on hand to suit any and all
R. W. JONES, Manager.
Kamuela P.O. Island of Hawaii
HENRY ST. nOAIt.
Momberi Stock and Bond Exchange.
ANI) DEALERS IN
I'm tlcular attention chen to pur-
chaso and sale of Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Foreign Stocks and
40S Callforata St..
San Franc Ua, Cal.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK UD BOID BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Broker.
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange.
Office Queen Street, Opposlto Unlo'a