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EVENINa BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNESDAY, SEPT. IS, 1901.
Lines of Travel.
Ocaanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
mOM SAN KHANC1SCO.
ALAMI-3DA SEl'T "8
S1EIIIIA OCT "'i
ALAMEDA OCT. 10
SONOMA OCT. I J
ALAMEDA NOV. 9
VENTURA NOV. 2')
ALAMEDA .0V "
SIEHRA . .
FOIt SAN FRANCISCO.
Wm. G. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
In connection with Uie sailing of the above steamers, the agents are pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road, from San Francisco to all points In tho United States, and from New
York by any steamship line to nil European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & .Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the apave companies will call at Honolulu and
' "iia pwn vu or aooui inc uaics dciow mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND
NIPPON MARU ... .
IIONUKO.W.'MARU . .
. . OCT,
. . .OCT
. ... OCT.
. . . NOV. IS
. . . NOV. :in
... DEC. 10
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
.:, COPTIC OCT.
I AMERICA MARU OCT.
".nllIONtSKONC. MVRU ,
NIPPON MARU.. ..
San Francisco Agents Tho Ne
vada NAtfosal Hank of San Francisco.
8an Francisco Tho Nevada Na
tional Bank of San Francisco.
London The Union Dank of Lon
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals,
Berlin Dresdner Hank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong-ltong-Shnngnal
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of Now Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British North America.
Depo-dts received Loans matlo on
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued Bills of Ex
change bought and sold
Collcctloit Promptly Accounted For.
BISHOP & CO.
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. S. 8. CO.
H. HACKFIBLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mai!
Steamers of the above line, running In connection wlt.i the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between v am-oilver. II. C. and Sydney. N.S.cV..
nnd calling at Victoria. II. C. Honolulu and Brisbane, aru DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below mated, viz.;
Trr.uai-t a General
ntul llxdioiige UtiMnsst.
OCT. Ij . owinercjui oua jrnvutcrs
Nov' "l t't,c'r (,r('dit iwi'.'ta, available
!iin ah tint pmicijul cities ot the
't T... nil .......! .t, ?.! l
iiiM-it-i, .uiiiinfu nii'-i u uijr x,
ISfi. on fixed tkpewita 7 day
notice 2 per cent, (tliis fonn will
nor. li'-nr intercut Tinlcv. it remains
niidi't.'irb'.'d for wh month), 3
niou'ti- 8 jK-r cent., fl niotitliB G 1-2
per "ent. Vi inontlts 4 per cent.
Pioneer Bcildiig and Loan
ASSETS, JUNE ij, 1901, UTJ,043.37.
From Vancouver an- Victoria, B
(For Urlsbauu and Sydney.)
MIOWERA SEPT. 2S
AORANdl OCT. 2'!
MOANA NOV. 2.!
MIOWERA DEC. 2t
r-rom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, II. C I
MOANA OCT. 2!
MIOWERA NOV. 211
AOnANOl DEC. IS
MOANA JAN. J5
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
Europe. For Freight nnd I'astago ''.nil nil genera) Information, apply to
NEW 1 (MI
BROKAW PROMOTED TO
BE CHIEF ENGINEER
Trouble Between the Fearless and
the M. E. B. A. is Now
On Boat Not
The tug Fearless did not look as
Usual this morning. Captain Drokaw
was absent from the wheel house.
Flist mate Dave Hccs of the crack tug
Is now at the wheel. As stated In tho
Bulletin yesterday the engineer hud
bien ordered to quit work on the ves
eel and last night did so. As u lesult
the engine room Is now In charge of
Chief Engineer Gilbert Brokaw. Tim
vessel did her regular work this morn-!
Ing ns usual nnd did It with her regit-,
lar dispatch. The schooner Wm. II.,
Smith from Newcastle was towed Into
The Hawaiian Realty and
Maturity Co., Ltd.
Genet al Agents for
The New Hampshire Fire Insurance
". of Manchester, N. H.
ASSETS J3.367.026 27
Dealers In Real Estate, Loans, Mort
gages and Etc.
Onice. 32 King St..
O.er Castle & Cooke's.
Phone, .Main HI. P. O. Box, 202.
lATE Mt Mil
The following obltuaiy notice, of
M,l..f Until.-!! 1 lltim tho ArlllV mill
port halng betii picked up outside -avy Register Major Dartlett lltd
about 9 o'clock. ln Honolulu tioin tome time In V)i
The trouble between the Marine En-, until about the first of 1!mii, and
glnccrs and the Fearless and J. A. one was looking for a home slto heie.
Cummins Is still on and what the out-'He was Intimate wltn Captain John
., ...in i.n ,.,.,,..i i... IriK, a war comrade, and luadj
cone will be cannot be seen , , Honolulu: ,
Under a special permission of Chief ,mMJor H,my Al)10j- Bartlett I
Supervising inspector .lonn tunning- o Mnri,lc Corps, retired, died In At
ham both the vessels arc given per- jotltr city. N. J . on August 9. Ho
mission to work with one engineer was born lu Pawtuxct, R. I.. August
each. The Association has demanded 19, 1838. Appointed fiom Rhode lsl-
Hint they carry two nnd both Irwin & l. served In the first regiment.
Co. and Captain Brokaw luue refused Khode Island volunteers: Spftnbel
. i i.i .. i .. -i ii.ti. 8, l&i.l, nppo luted as second lleutcn
to comply with the ilenund. V, tl. Marll c,r.; October l. IS01,
chief engineers on the vessels affected lllurt UoJal Marllw Battalion; un
were being paid the regulation wage lpnrj ,nc tlaBporl (Jovcrnor. whleU
of $150 a month from the first day ot sundered at sea. November 3, 1S3I
the present month. This schedule went crew rescued by frlgato Sabine; Fer-
Into effect on all the local steamboats nandlna and Fort Clinch expedition
at that time. Assistant engineers are February. 1SU2; St. Augustln expedl-
HUH, ... Ill 111, IC'lai i,uiiiiinpiuitvi 4.0
111 st lieutenant. No. ember 20. IS',1;
marine barracks, Boston, April. IS'i
a misery maker and all
the miserable band of com
panion headache fiends are
put to sad rout by
LsJiej who uk them will not huve headaches or be nrvou from any
csjse but will radiate gentleness and chirm to all around them Geuler'a
Mlc Headache Va!er cure In lo minutes.
POCKET A BOX.
Contain no harmful substances of any kind They are poltl vely
helpful to nerves and syMem. Sotd by all druggists at 10c
and 25c a bsx ( four times as many In the 2Se b3X.), The
genuine are put up In tablet form only. Avoid pawjers put
up In cachets (made of paste) because such covers warp opsn. ,
spoiling the powder and when damp are wormy. Cesser's Magic
Headache Wafers are guaranteed to cure In 20 minutes or re
turn partly used box to drugglstand he will refund full amount.
MAX QESSLGR, IJh. C.'. Milwaukee, Wis.
J ' rJ i
being paid tlK
mand to carry
these second men on
tho two vessels in question Is wnai is l0 jj.. jSfi
causing the trouble. Ilionsldcs. July
From long service on tow boats Ports
Cantaln Brokaw la (nimble of tilling u'
any position and his work In the en
gine1 room this morning showed his
Money loaned on tpproted security.
A Saving Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly Install-in-n:
Twenty-third S'-Ir of Stock Ib now
OFFICERS .1 . t, MeLfjm. Presl-
ident. A A Wilder, Vice 1'ret.iilelit;
Theo. H.DavlegfirCo.sLtd.t Gen'lAftente..s.Vtr.r '
WIIIIA il'KS J. L, .llfl'llll, ft.
A. Wlld-r. A V dear, C. II (Imy.
J. I) Hr.lt, A W Kiwli, J. A i,yl.).
Jr.. J M wJttJe, K S Boyd
A V. GEAR.
Oft. e Houio 18 30 1.30 p. in.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
B.S.AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, Sailed.
S.S.HAWAIIAN, COCO ton(, to aall to sail Oct. 15.
S.S.CALIFORNIA, 6,000 font, tailed from NEW YORK June 16; will
fead at PUOET SOUND about SEPT. 1 for HAWAIIAN PORTS.
Freight received at Company's Wharf, 42nd Street, South Brooklyn, at
all times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSB,'
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
i 1 1 i i i
ACR03S THE CONTINENT FROM
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 Barber
Shop nnd Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J, H. LOTHROP, General Agent.
1S5 Third street. Portland, Oregon.
i D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St.,Sau Francisco.
. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
Honolulu Rapid Transit
and Land Comgany.
School Children's Tickets
Half-rare m'IiooI elilldienV tickets
may be. purchased from the conductors
on the cars, or at the company b oflli-t
on Alapal street. Theso will be (,'ood
lor thu transportation or school chil
dren up to 17 years of aKu In boIiik
to and hi mine trom school, between
the hours of 7'30 and 9:30 ft. w.. and
1 nnd 2 .10 p. rn. on resulnr school
' C. C. Ballenlyne.
IMiS-lm Msr. H. It )' ' ''
j Wilder'sSteamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
YOU CAN DO IT NOW
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 $8.
BISHOP & CO.
Savings PepovltE will ho
received r-Ld lntt-r'-st allowed by tho
Dank at four and oLt-nr.lf per cent
Prlr.td cftplr-H ol the Rules aud Ileg.
ulatioce. may be obtained no appilca
Ofhi t bank building on Merchant
BISHOP K. CO.
ironclad frlgati- Now
iso2. to August. im;i:
.Moultrie and Minuter, Aptll 7,.
2i; i ncnirements with I'iims'
Wagner, Oregg. Sumter. Moultrie, lice !
nnd othiTS, having chaige of two II-
familiarity with the position, lie feels, .,, ,,.. ,,.,.., ,,,', ,.,,, ,n .
that he Is In the right nnd will hold ,,,u,,i (lf' imttnllon of 32U ma-
troubli- Is satlsr.utorliy
out until the
b:tt !(!. The Idea If tying up
Ftarlcss has been abandoned as it U
i.ecu that she ctu be so well handled
while In her illfflcultyT It Is probable
tbut an ninie.il wlit be made to the
Collector of Customs In the matter,
who has nuthorlty to nit In the nil
sence of the regular stcnmbo.it Inspectors.
Honololi Office, 315 Fort St.
TBL., MAIN I3l.
Messenger will call for our messjge
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINO STRCLT LINE
Cai.lov. Wilklkl (or lon M 4!. ' u. 6(j..
ni evfn if minuin weieM-r u i 1049. n;i and,
II 4J V M. Horn W,KIKI CO IU III rundiwu f.iiv.. ,
Cm itavi R Ringe 01 Piwn .wluli lor torn at ,
:.A.M. nJ every is minuic.in.rranrrim 1, ur.n
C lve Foil nl Klnjr itrteli coiner tor Palami
at 6. 10 A.M. anl ev.ry n nlnulat alter llll n.tj
Cart leave Tor raiama oniy ai and s:io a m. (
Cara leave palama lor wamiKi , 4 a . ana eveijr , ,
umlnule. till g 45 1" . then at 10:1) anJ loaje.. i
Then.nl' trom I'atama lor Punahou only toea .
m Wilklklun MtLrJ.st ' I
Car leave I orl ni hn wreei. cum. 1 iuiimh.
R.nz.Mutni a.-A .
l.ari leave roil ana MnK .im, ..,i,. ,, ..-...
t6ojA.vi.anJeeiyijiiilnute till 10 me. ihrn at
io:y anl n.. j P.M. The ll IJ V, C' to Walklkl
BEMETAN A STREET AND f'Jl'ANU ValWI.
r.,a Uave I'unahou Stable I. lown all panJ I
torTonan4 Valley at j 40 S Jo aoOioTi'U.
''c,l.'a.e Oahj O.llece tor tow,, ij Valley at '
610 6.so anle.io A M anJ ever) lumi.. -e. till 1010
P.M. eacepil.ie even now, ana nan. nuu. ,.,. -.,.m ,
run trom the Stable I
Caraleave Nuuanu Valley at 6:10 6.u e.vuA.M anl 1
eveiy 10 mlnute Ihereatter till 10 joH.M
rr. Irav Foil anl Queen atreet. lor I'unahou
Colleea It b 31 t rl B IJ A a ana evriy iw niuijc
(Iter llll P.M. Alter that the can run In the
Stable up 10 1 1. sol'.M, which I ihe la.t car troai Tun,
reaching the Stable at 1 1 o P .
The Yokohama Special Bank
Subl- iioA Cipttal.. . Ven 24,000,000
Pnbl l"p Ciipttal Yen 18.000.000
lleerv-d rt.lid Ym 8,310,000
had Office, okohama.
The Hani: bujf hLd reiHvfi. for col
lettlon Illiis of Exchnngn Issuer, Drafts
and la'-tf'Th of Credit, and transact!
a gn-r.il tnkinc; biiKln"s.e. ,
On Tlul le bit for ia irontlit.. 4 1 tl cent l. a.
On nl Permit In o "
On Piul Offotll Rr i ' i ' "
Ilranct of the Yoltol.ume Specie IJank.
New Republic Bid,, HI Ring Street
Ai altult whirl, n.is Uioa severe
WH, and which jn If furnished
j wanted, in gnuj ondltlon.
Sample can tie strti
at the s'ort ol
Lewers & Cooke,
O R. & L. Co.
I'lniu and atter January I. ISO;).
STATIONS HUV I'AHV
(lljUlll) e.Sun OAILV k Min IHPLV I'AIIV
A.M. AM. AM. I'.M I'M.
Ilinolulu . r 10 ) n II J I ll I "
Purl CHy i ? a3 "40 1 47 I "
I aa Milt 811 to 8 ia ou 4 91 o 'o
Walanae . 10 50 4 41
W.lalua il.ll 4
Kahukv .... 11 !
lln.ill e Son. DAin nlll iiailv
11 AM A.M I'M P.M.
Kahuku I II "
W.ulja .i ... ,'o
Walanae t , i:S
Uj .Mill ... . o j ,t 1 o .n
IVirirm ,.611 i 1 t M"
iHonala j " '"' "
Tho Evening Bulletin,
75 cents per y t'. SMITH. fJen'l I'ass. & Tleltet Aat,
U. I'. IJl;.M3U.. supeuuieiiiieiii
l J. D Jewett
I ,. J. WILLIAMS
r IOTO GALLLIJV
OIL P0RTKAIT8. t
Tho tltst step In tbe iirKanlzatlon of
the local yachtsmen uas taken last
evening at the meeting held at ne Ha
vnllan Hotel. Those preseiu well rep
resented tin- yachtlni? fraternity and
much progress was made toward the
establishment of an association which
will ..ereafter iook nf er ynchtlni! af
fairs nnd be separate and distinct from
rowing affairs nnd clubs.
The following preliminary agreement
was signed by those at tile meeting:
"We. the undersigned icsldenls of
tlin Island of O.1I111. Territory ol Ha
waii, being Inteiested In the siirt of
MiL'htlnC. and desiring to encourage .no
tailing of vaclils. tin .icrcliy asKOciiite
ourselves and tlnwe hereafter to be
associated Into a yachting association
under a name to be heieafler agieed
ntioii. nml under such a iiinntltutloii
and bylaws, i tiles nnd regulations ns
eball be heientter agieed upon by a
majority of members at a inciting to
bo held ptirsiinnt to llm days' written
notice hv the secretary, electe' at this
meeting. Sepi. 21, lOOt."
A committee consisting of T. W. Ho
bron. I. f.. W'eaxer, O .. Sorenson.
lluby Ilexter and Jiulge V. U Wilcox,
was npisilnted to diart 11 form of or
ganization and Iiy-lans. Thev will re
port to the meeting at n fnttlie day.
Those present at the meeting Inst
evening were; I', I,. Weaver. A. .
Pearson. T. W. llobrnn. II. 1. Itoth.
I). I,. Conkllng. C. D. Walker. Walter
13. I.ee. (Jenrge A. Ciozier. Allien Wa
terliouse. IMwnrd Crabbe, ('. V. (ilr
vlti, II. M. Dow, W. I'. Iloth. II. A.
Dexter .1. A. I.yle. O. I.. SorcnMin. ('.
J. Harper. C U Crabbe. N. A. Chap
man. Merle Johnson. II. II. IViiiinllow.
A. II. Irving. 13. A. Mott-Smlth. Win.
Lyle. rred Whitney.
. a '
AO IANGI HEItli.
The C.-A. S. S. Anrangl tirrlved this
moniliiB fiom the Colonies. rSlio
broiighl seveial piishengers, a null and
eoine sm.ill ftelgbt for ibis purl. The
C4sel sails for Vancouver at I o'clock
thla afteiuoon. Onuirhiil at that port
I'uiser .Miisnn will b" maril"d. He
will return licit- with lili bride on the
regular trip 'f the steamer,
l'uuer Mason makes ll-' lullowlng
report ol the trip up:
The II. M. S. Aoranul. 0. W. Hay
commander, left Sydney at I: IS p. ni.
Sept. 9, cleared tho Heada at 2 p. in.
and experienced line weather to Ilrls
bane, which pent was i cached at "::I0
a. m. on the I lth Inst. Left at I a. m.
13th lubt.. met with strong winds from
the S.K and K.S.K. with rough sea, the
weather being tine and clear until the
20th when rain set lu lasting until
S2d Inst. The wind then changed to K-
I3.N.I3. with light tunics, smooth
and 11 enweatlier continuing to port.
The equator was clowned on the lUtU
Tiny were speaking of the billion
aire's liisuffeiable pietenslons.
"I'pon what nie.it. does tills, our
ritrKir. feed, that he has grown so
Rieat?" exclaimed Miinlaunt. bitterly
"Mint's meat, possibly'" olmered
Meltr.ivers. trying to be t limply witty
while jet pieservlng the tasy giaie of
a man of Ihe world. Dctnilt Free
r"' rlucs; I'ebrtiary, ist',1, St John's lttvir,
tli and Jacksonville, In command of a
battnllon of marines; Ilrooklyn bar
racks, August. ISM. to March. lS',r,
receding ship North Carollnn, March, i
1803. to Septcmucr. 1803: Hoston b'ir-
racks, Seitember, 1805, to March.
ISRti; steam frigate Chattanooga, spe
cial cruise, March, IStiti, to September.
1 8C1 ; steam slo6p Sacramento, speclsl
cruise, September, 1806, to June 10,
lotii, on board nt the tunc she wai
wrecked mi the Loromandel coast.
liny of Uengnl, India; commission as
captain. November 29, 1807; llosto-i
barracks. December, 1M!7, to Septem
her, IStW; flagship Contoocook, S"p
tember, I SOS. to Uttobcr, lKt',9; Ho)
lou barrneks, December ti. 18C3. to Feb
litary t. 187li; receiving ship Vermont.
February ID. 1870. to September 23.
1870; special dtitj. Tehuantcpee stir
lejlng ixpeilltlon, September, 1870. o
ScptembiT. IR7I; receiving ship Ver
mont, IS71, to June, 1872: recniltlnz
ten be. June. 1S72. to October, 187J;
Hartford tlagshlti. Asiatic station, Oc
tober. 1872. to November, 1873; Jutlg-jJ
advocate, .ay ami .iiarino uorps,
from November. 1873. to August 10.
1879; headquarters. August IK. 1S70,
to February 20, 1880; Minnesota.
March 1. 1880. to August 8, 1881; com
manding hendquarters from August
12. 1881, to November 21. 1881; spa
tial duty. Navy Department, November
21. 1881. to March 1. 1882: recelvlnn
hip Colorado. Mareli 2. 1882. to Sop
(ember 1. 188:1, Trenton, llagshlp. As!
rile station. September 1. 1SS:I. to
September 20, 1KS0; commanding ma
rine barincks. Norfolk, Jnnuaty t.
1SS7. to April 10. 1887; commaiidlni;
tuarlue barincks. Annapolis. Mil.. April
2it, I8S7 to Apill I. 1891: commission'
fd major. January 30. 1.891; command
ing murine barracks, League Island,
I'n.. April and May, 1891; cotiimanilltu
marine barracks, navy j-ard. Mare Isl
and. Cnl July 30. 1891. to December
lli, 189.1. He was promoted to mil
Jor on January 30. 1891, and was re
tired on Fi-bruaiy I, 1898. upon hh
own application, after over thirty
ears' consecutive service. The fli
nt rat of Major Ilartlett took place
from St. Albans' Church, near Wash
Ington. I. C i August 12 and tli't
Interment was made at thu Arllnglo'i
National Cemetery. Tho Ilev. t.eorg.'
C. K. Ilratennhl. lector St. AlbanV.
oinclatcil. The vestrled choir was In
attendance, ami a 'number of the old
parishioners of the church nnd pioml
nuiit residents of Washington. Ilrook
Ijn and New York were present, to
gethcr with a number of the late odl
cer's friends from Ithodo Island and
rioildn. Among them went Jud'A"
White ol Jacksonville. Fla.; Colonel
Hubert I.. Meade, commanding marines
at the New Vorl. Navy Yard; Mrs.
Meade; Colonel CI C. ("ioodlow, I'. S.
Marine Corps, Lieutenant Sidney
Utowsler. H. S. Murine Cotps; Julia
Drjsart, Mr. II A. Du Vlllnrd of
I'iiildfitc-, It I.; Miss rturgess ol
New York. Miss Todd, daughter of I
Coiiunniidei Todd, I'. S. Navy; Mr. A..
Oakey Hall, Jr.. of New Yuik, son t'l
I ho lute major nnd biother lif Mr.i
I'arllett aud Mis. Iliatenahl. A nuiii ;
bvr ol beautlliil Itoial trlhules w.qo
rent by tho Lafajette Hojal Arch
Chanter ". with which Masonic ordi.
the late olllcer was prominently con
l.ected, as well as with the Loyal l.e
Blon. Mrs. Hermann (1. Diessel ol
New York. Colonel and .Mrs. Mend",
Mrs. Hinery F. Ilest nnd Mr. A, Oal.oy
Hull also sent flowers. The company
ot marines was under command of
Captain Carpenter. There wen- no
lonorery pall-bearets, as the nllU'ci:.
si let ted were out of town. The colli 1
whs borne bj eight iiiiii-cnmnilisloued
officers of the Mat I no Corps. The ser
vices .it Ailliigton were btlef. Th-
roltln was transferred to a cilsaou.
and. led by the mniliies In column iif
'wos. Hie funeral piocession passed to
thu open grave. Hero the committal
services weie lead, the last pruyer.
Uttered, the salute of throe volleys
tired and with the llnul tiihule In tlic
dead soldier, the littxle call of "tup, '
tin. luneial illes wcroi Ion-Mi
rf.,a?viMa JalHIK. ' f. , ' '
Lkif-'?X:an-T-w ,"-e"t.-',.T , -
At the entrance
to the Famous
Uo Vallev. and
easy access to
volcano In tha
for Tourists and
ISLAND OF .MAUI.
A. T. HAGKNKAMP. MnnnCcr.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located in the Famous Coillnga
Fields of California.
1'iovcu oil lands, completely sur
rounded by as rich oil-producing wells
as there aru lu thu State, yielding from
30 to 23it barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil nt thu Coal
Inga wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With twenty-five producing wells of
lOo barrels each per .lay, you can
make jour own cakulatlon as to
Tbe oil Industry of California Is Ir.
Its Infanej', yet many fortunes have
been madu by Judicious and lucky In
vestments In oil stock. Many morj
will be made In thu near future.
Thu average advance on original
sales nf oil stock In twenty lending
romjlanles In California has been
lrom fl to 0S per share.
Oil lunds have advanced from $1
to $1,000 ami $2,000 por aero
When the Pacific Union Oil Com
The undersigned, M. A (Sonsalves,
as administrator of th" estate of A.
C. I'estana, deceased, by virtue of an
order made and Issued by thu Hon
orable George II. Hear, Second Judge
of the Circuit Court of the First Cir
cuit. Territory of Haw-all, In l'robate.
at Chambers, authorizing and licens
ing the said administrator to sell ell
the real estate belonging to the Bald
estate, hereby gives notice that no
will sell at public auction, to tho high
est bidder, at the salesroom of James
I'. Morgan, No. 05 Queen street. In Ho
nolulu. Island of Oahu, Territory of
Hawaii, on Sattirdaj. thu 2Slh day of
September. A. 11. 1901. at 12 o'cloc-K
noon, all of that parcel of land with
ilmproicments thereon situate In llu-
Inolulu nforesnld, and popularly do
t -i,. .... ...
pany has a number of producing wells That certain lot or parcel of land
nu Its prtipcitj-. Its stocx win nn" iIioiiihioii muul.n uy home or Jotin uu-
tho same show for oven a greater ml Iderkltk. Walklkl. by property of .
Vance, ns some oil stool; has advanced
from $1 to tl.SnO per share.
Tho rarlfle Union Oil Company h.in
no salaried officers, nnd Is control!",!
by well-known gentlemen of Integillj.
who will see that the money derlied
from th'o sale of stock will liu legiti
mately applied to the development of
For further Information, apply to .1.
H. FISIIKIl & CO.. Stock and lloml
Urokcrs, and Hawaiian agents for tho
salo of n limited amount of Fuel Ilr
Union Oil Company stock. Stangen
wald building. Merchant street.
Those who appreciate the
class of photographic work
MISS CAROLINE rUSKINS
are cordially Invited to inspect
specimens of her skill in her
reception room ai the rear of
Art Stoie and
120 Hotel St
Sealed tenders will be received by
the lion id of Flro Commissioners, Ho
nolulu Flro Department, nt their of
fice. Central Station, until 12 o'clock
noon October Slh, 1901, for supplying
tho Department with a team of two
hois-.; these liorr-cs to bo sound nnd
nrtlve, weigh about 1300 lbs. each,
stand 17 hands high, ngu between 7
and 8 years old. and must pass Inspec
tion by the (lovurnnient Veterinary
Surgeon and meet the approval of tho
Chief engineer after two weeks' trial;
delivery to be mado within fit) daj-s -ifl-er
notinciitlon ol acceptance of tender.
The Ciimtnlsloneis rescue tho
I right to rejeit any or all bids.
I K. It. (1. wai.laci:.
Seciclurv Hoard of Coinmlsxlotici-i,
l Honolulu Flro Department.
II. Hoogs niukal, by Knot Inne, and
I3wa by Maklkl street, lying opposlto
to n upeit y of W Llsbman nnd H.
Llslimnn, and p.ittlctilarly described
ns follows, to wit:
All of that certain pircel of land sit.
ii.ilo on the enst side of Maklkl street
In Honolulu, Islnnd of Oahu. fronting
HI feet on said Maklkl street, with n
depth of 17o feet, being n portion of
Hojal Patent No. 0H3.", and containing
an area of about 22,890 square feet,
and being the samu.premlses c-onvej-'id
to A. C. I'estana by thu following
deeds, to wit;
Deed of Manuel Knos, dated Septem
ber 10th, 1888, and recorded lu llbc-r
112. page 214.
Deed of J 8, Mattos, dated Septem
ber mill, 1888, nnd recorded In llbjr
112, page 213.
A portion of tho land described In
the deed of J. S. Mattos. dated July
18th. 1S93, and recorded lu liber 135,
All recorded In the office of the
Hcglstrnr of Conveyances lu Honolulu
Said sale being subett to conflrmv
Hon nf the said Couit.
Terms cash In U. S. fJold Coin.
Deed nt the evpente of thu pur
l-or liirtber Information apply to tho
undersigned administrator, or at tho
oil I oo of said James F. Morgan.
Dated at Honolulu, Sept. 11th. IDOL
M. A. (iONSAI.VKS.
Administrator of the Instate of A. C.
I M. I.ONtl,
Attoni"y for Administrator, " "5
IN Till: ClltCUIT COUHT. FIRST
Circuit of tin- Territory of Hawaii, In
I'rlhate, at Chambers. In the matter
or tho estate of Chlng Ahi. late of
Honolulu, Oahu, dec-cased, Intestate.
retltlou having been Died by Chlng
Hong Wa Ahl, son of said intestate,
praying that Letters of Administration
upon shIiI estate be Issued to him. It
is ordered that Fildaj', th 18th duv
nl October. A. D. 1901, at 10 o'clock
a. ni.. In the Judiciary building, Ho
nolulu, Is appointed the time aud place
lor hearing said petition, when and
w hem all persons concerned may ap
ptar and show cause, If any they
have, why said petition should not l.e
Honolulu, September 7th, 1901.
Ily the Court-
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