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I Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this ifne wilt arrive nnd leave this port as hereundor:
mom SAN FRANCISCO.
In connection with the sailing of the aboe steamers, the agents arc pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
York by any steamship lino to all European 'ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
OENCRAL AQENTS OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOR SAN FRANCI8CO.
NIPPON MARU OCT. I COPTIC OCT. 1
J'ERU OCT. 12 AMERICA MARU OCT. 8
UOPTIO OCT. 22 PEKING OCT. IB
AMERICA MARU OCT. 10 GAELIC OCT. 22
'KINO NOV. 7 IIONOKONO M'ARU NOV. 1
(1AELIC . . : NOV. U CHINA NOV. !)
HONGKONO MARU NOV. 2S DORIC NOV. Ill
"!NA NOV. JO NIPPON MARU NOV. 2
IP'tlC . DEC. 10 PERU DEC. 3
NIPPON MARU DEC. IS COPTIC DEC. 10
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i FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. S. 8. CO.
H. H4CKFIBLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
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Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Stuumahlp Com puny.
Steamers of the aboe line, running In connection wltii the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vnncouver. B. C. and Sidney. N.S.iV..
and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu nnd Brisbane, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below stated, lz.:
From Vancouver anu Victoria, B. C. t-rom Sydney and Brisbane.
U'or Brisbane and Sjdney.) (For Victoria and Vnncomcr. B. C)
AOUANOI OCT. 2ii MOANA OCT. 2J
MONA NOV. 2.! MIOWEHA NOV. Jo
MIOWERA DEC. 21 AOuANC.l DEC. Ik
MOANA JAN. 15
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United StnteH ami
Europe. For Freight and Passago r.nd all general Information, apply to
Theo. H.DavlceftCo..Ltd.. Gcn'l Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
6. S.AMERICAN. 6,000 torn, Sailed.
S.S.HAWAIIAN. 6,000 tons, to sail to sail Oct. 15.
S. 8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, tailed from NEW YORK June' 16; will
fcad at PUQET 80UND about SEPT. 1 for HAWAIIAN PORT8.
Freight received at Company's whnrf, 42nd Street, South Brooklyn, at
all .times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. MOfeSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
AQENTS, HONOLULU. .
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS 'DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS 0AILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
ullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Can, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-corte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J H. LOTHROP. General Agent.
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon,
D W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent.
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco,
t L. LOMAX. G. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha. Nebraska.
Honolulu Rapid Transit
and Land Company.
chool Children's Tickets
Hair-fnr" school children's ticket?
lay be puithased from the conductors
n the cars, or nt the company's ofllco
a Alapal street. These will be good
tr the transportation of school rhll
ren up to 17 )ears of ago In goln?
I and coming from school, between
je hours of 7 20 and 9:30 a. m., and
and 2 30 p. m. on regular school
C C. liallentyne.
Mgr II It. 'i'. k. I,. Co.
'ilder's Steamship Company
Evening Bulletin,' 75 centi per
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
SIERRA . .
YOU CAN DO IT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 $S.
Hoiolnli Office, 315 Fort St.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger w HI call for four message
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINO STREET LINE.
Cirtltivr Walklkl for town at t it. 6 it. 6 it a m.
nl tr is mlnutttthertiftcr tl I 1045. nitf an4
1145 PM. from waikikl go tmne Punhou btablcs.
Cart leavt R Range r Mawaa, wl(cri for town at
S sja m. and every 11 minutes thireafter ill) it otP.M
Cars leave Fort and King streets corner for PiUm
at 6 to AM. and every 11 mlhuttt after till 11 is
Cars leave for Pali ma onl) at and $ jo A M.
Car leave Calamafor Walkitcl s a a m, and every
u minutes till Q4IPM, then at to 13 and 10 4 HH.
ThenttP.M from Palama lor Punahuu only foes
to Walklkl on iaturdas.
Ctr.s leave Fort and Klni streets corner, fot Klfle
Range at 5 10 and t w A M.
Cars leave Tort and Kins streets corner for Walklkl
at 6 0 j a M. and ever) 13 mtnuiee till 10 ow, m, then at
10 and tt )rM.
me u j
I P.M. goes to Walklkl
BERETAMA STREET AND I'UUANU VALLLY.
Cars leave Punahyy Stable U Town at j j and
for Ton and Valley at j o 5 jo 1 w 6 40 y and
Y K A M,
Cars leave Oahii Collect f or tow. id Vtltvat
6 p 6 50 and 7 10 a m and ever) 10 mu. es till 10 10
PM. except the evn hour and half, hour cars which
run from the StaMe
Cars leave Nuuanu Valley at 6 to t jo 6 jo a.m and
very 10 minutes were anvr mi 10 30 r.m.
Cars leave Fort and Queen streets fur Punahou
Cotteee at 6 0$ 6 ij 6 43 a m and every 10 minutes
after till 9 4$ p.m. After that the cars run to the
Stable up to 1 1 jop.m, which Is the last car from Town,
rsacmnc me aiane ai 11 jorn
O. R. & L. Co.
Fiom and after January 1, 1S99.
STATION .Mlty IIAIIV
(OuuarJ) tk. Sun IMiLt r Sun luv Ihilv
AM A M. A M. P.M. I' M.
Honolulu t 10 015 tt 0) 311 j 10
Petri Clt C 1 048 1140 s 47 5 'o
l-w Mill 811 to 8 ti oa 4 of 0 to
Walnai to 50 4 43 ,
W.I1I114 it h ... 1 it ,,,,
Katiuki ... , 11 i 6 1) ....
(lntrii k Sun iiaiiy iimly uaicv
A M A M P W P.M.
Klhuku , 5 tj ,, it.8
WtUlui I 10 ... o
Wal.n.e i to , 333
E4 .Mill 5 o Y 14 t 04. 4 it
IV.l'IClly til 801 1 (a 4 l
Honolu u ' " 8 II 1 03 1 rt
' C SMITH. Oen'l 1'ass. t Ticket Am.
'(J. 1'. DENISON, Superintendent
EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. It.
The Hawaiian Realty and
Maturity Co., Ltd.
General Agents for
The New Hampshire Fire Insurance
Cn. of Manchester, N. H.
ASSETS $3,367,020 27
Dealers In Real Estate, Loaus,
Race? nnd Etc.
Phone, Jlsln HI P O Hon 202.
Wm. O. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : : T.
San Francisco Agents Tho Ne
vada National Rank of San Francisco.
San Francisco Tho Ncvndu Na
tional Hank of San Francisco.
London The Union Rank ol Lon
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Ilanlc.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Dresdner Rank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong
kong Shanghai Hanking Corporation.
New Zealand and Austra la Rank
ot New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Rank of
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made on
approved security. Commercial and
Trawlers' Credits Issued. Bills ot Ex
change bought and sold.
Collection Promptly Accounted For.
BISHOP & CO.
Tranact a General Banking
nnil Kxuliunge Buincs4.
Coiinneix'inl nml Travelers'
Letters of Credit i'twd, available
in all tlm principal eitiet. of the
Intere-t allowed after July 1,
ISO'S, on fitd deposits 7 day
notice 2 per cent, (thte fonn will
not hear interest tinlws it remains
iindi-turUd for on) month), 3
month- H per cent., 0 months 3 1-2
per cent. 1 2 months 4 per cent.
Pioneer Building and Loan
ASSETS, JUNE iJ, 1901, $80,043.37.
Mod? loaned on approved security.
A SaIng Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on tbe monthly Install
Twenty-third Series of Stock Is now
OFFICERS J. L. McLean, Presi
dent: A. A. Wilder, Vice President;
C. , Orny, Treasurer; A. V. Oear,
DIRECTORS J L. McLean, A.
A. Wilder. A. V. Oear. C. B. dray,
J. D. Holt. A. W Keech. .1. A. Llo.
Jr., J. M. Little, L S. Boyd.
A. V. GEAR.
Olllce Hours: 12-301:30 p. m.
BISHOP Sr CO-
SalngR Deposits will be
recched and Interest allowed by the
Dank (it four nnd one-half per cent
Printed cojiif-n of tbe Rules and Res
ulatlons run; be obtained on applica
tion. Office at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP & CO.
The Yokohama Special Bank
Subscribed Capital Yen 24,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000.000
neimed Hind Yen 8,310,000
Head Ofllco, Yokohama.
The Hank buys and recches for col
lection Uills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and letters of Credit, and transacts
a genera! banking business.
On rti Vtfiiit for it mArth. 4 (trcent p. a
On FutJ Urrolt lor t jd "
On Flxtl Ucroflttor i j "
Branch of the Yokohama Specie Dank.
New Republic Bid., Ill Ring Street,
Buffalo, Spt. 21, Justices Lewis
nnd Titus, ho were assigned to de-
feud Cznlgosz, have announced that,
tli( will accept, and that they will be
tcady to proceed with the case Mon
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Go.
ROOMS 503, 509. 5 to STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 7c
AH classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and Re
ports mado for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction;
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Constriction Superin
tended, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited far Rail
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bildgcs, Buildings, High ays, Foundi
tlons. Tiers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Reports 0
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK. J, AMWEG, M. AM. Soc. C. B.(
Engineer and Manager.
W. It. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
Instruments Filed for Record Septem
ber 30, 1901.
Wm, Hopeau I. Matugaio .... L.
Makaolea Keaka . ,D.
Makaolea Kaunalewa D.
I'. Kahewahewanul M. J. Kcknhu
Extr. Est. W. P. Kahale Ah Foo
Ah Tong Leong Ping A.L.
Lenng Ping I.ook Wo You Co ...
Mrs. 11 Cockett Hongwnngl Soc.
E. Schot. Extrv. Dr. K. Boga L.
M. F. Mello M. Branco M.
A. Fernandez Joie dos Santoi..,!).
M. do P. Pedro Jno. Jardln ...CM.
A. N. Ila'selden E. Keawe I).
T. M. 8)lva F. P. Johnson L.
Mauna Coffee Pltn. Wm. F. Saw-
Ah Fat et al. Wing Wo Chan Jfc
Lowers & C'ookp, Ltd. Look Hop
I.uk Tan Sun ct al. Tal Bun L.
THE MIOWCRA'8 GALL.
'I he Canadian-Australian steamship
Mlowtra arrived yesterday morning
scleral hours late. She was detained
lit Vancomcr by late mails but made
the run to port from there lu 7 da)s
and 12 hours from Victoria, her time
was 7 das.
After leaving Victoria the vessel en
countered a hcay gale which lasted
two da j s and during the time she had
to ho slowed down.
She brought many passengers for
this port and a fair ft eight. Among
her through passengers was Curator
Morton of the Ilohart Museum, who Is
returning to the Colonics lt.li many
thousand salmon spawn to be trans
planted In colonial waters.
Purser Rclmolnc makes the follow Ing
The It. M. S. Mlowcrn. 3310 tons.
Frank A. Hemming, commander, left
Vancomcr nt 12:30 a, m. on the 21st
Inst., nnd Victoria at 12:30 p. m. same
day. Experienced on 23d and 24th
Instants northerly to poithwest gale.
with high seas; thence fine weather,
arriving In Honolulu on the morning
of the 29th Inst. The Mlowcra brings i
fair curgn and a number of passen
gers for this porL
The Mlowcrn sailed for Australian
prts last eienlng at D o'clock,
Bmma Squnre Concert.
The band will plnj the following se
lections nt a concert In Emma Squaru
this evening, beginning at 7:30 o'clock'
Funeral Marches (a) Suul; (b) Chopin
Ballad The Cltj of Mourning. .Beuu
Piajcr Motes In Egjpt Rossini
(n) Mlklol, (b) Mnlknl Wulplo.
Mlts I. Kelllaa.
(c) Like no a Like, (d) Pollpume
hnna. Mrs. N. Alapal.
Comet Solo The Holy City (bj re
Mr. Charles Kreuter.
Chorus (a) Tho Morning.. Beethoven
Andante (b) Surprise Sjmphony
l-uncral Music The Orphan... Coppola
"?carer. My God, to Thee"
"In the Sweet Bye and Bye."
"Tho Star Spangled Banner."
Will Cost a Million
New York, Sept. 20. Edward Dur-
en and Joseph Macr, experts appoint
ed to examine tho Brooklyn bridge ns
a result of the recent collapse. hac
riported that the struituio Is now load
ed to Its extreme capacity and a few
more tons will render It unsafe. The
report calls for Jl.000.0u0 needed for
lepalrs. The outside truss needs tu
be icpl.ircd nlth n new truss. Ilust
has eaten Insidiously Into many parts,
nnd these must be lepluced.
1'iom Kauai, per stmr. Mlkaha'.s.
September 2!). Charles (lay ami I'.
From Hamakua. ner stmr. Ku A-i
Hou, September 29. Miss Edna Hor
ner nnd Jno Ilcrkenshaw.
From Kauai, per stmr. W. (. Hull.
September 29. A. Fernandez, l.vle.
.Matheson. .Miss Matheson, Mrs. Mat)..
eson, Spitz, Caelet, tlulld.. l)eerill.
Father Adalbert. Father Emmcran.
Catton. Skinner, l.ellere. I.lhncrn,
Herstcln, Wa Yuen. Kamamoto, vVatts,
inkela, Nomura. Inlknai. M sak . In-
gikaml, Ml. An Hal. Do l.ila. Mrs. I)u
l.lla. Watanabe. Worn: Dan. ami 81 on
From Vancomer. nerS. S. Mlonera.
Soptcmbcr 29. Mlssfs Swan, tlehren?.
Kuebber. Kelly 2). Barber. Cameron.
Ollletly. Timmonds; Mesdames Arch
er, Nlcnll, Kauden, Behrens, Kltc.it.
Delal, Moore; Messrs. Mailer. Nleoil,
Saudel, lloblnson, Archer and son,
Behiens McGaragu. hoit. Young, l.a
zenby. Klpp. McDonald and son, Slnel.
Dehal, .Moore, Benson.
Thomas O'Domla. sugar boiler nt
Ettii, returned In tho Mariposa much
recuperated from a visit to California
uprlngs. Ha attended tlie memorial
fervlcts In Mechanics' 1'avlllon and
ta greatly Impressed with the uni
versal observance of McKlnley Mem
orial Day by tho business communltj
of San 1'runclsco. Not n saloon nor
even a cigar stand was open between
Market street and the Cliff House until
I o'clock In the afternoon.
The national debt of the United
States Is' 1,4 to every 100 of her na
tional wealth. That of Italy amounts
to JC16.3 of every 100.
T.. MONDAY SEPT. IjO.V. "T - -
HAVE MOST INTERESTING
RACE YESTERDAY MORNING
Shamrock HI Wins Easily Myrtle
Dropped Out Protests
Lodged With Captain
The first of a scries of Informal re
gattas took place )estcrday. None but
the third class boats competed nnd
the Shamrock III won. The Mjrtle,
by a mistake In Judgment, got out to
rea and out of the wind, so she did
not go over the course, which wa
fiom the lighthouse starting line to
nnd around a canoe anchored olf
Cunha's place at Wnlklkl.
At the start the Mjrtle and Pirate
got awny first, followed by the Vl-Ko.
The Shamrock III was behind tha
others In crossing the Hue nnd the
si.ip did not lime her mainsail up
when the others started, Theie was
n fair wind blowing and the little Inula
bad a much better time of It than on
the regular race day. To tho spur
buoy the Mjrtle uml Pirate kept
close together. Then they separated,
linking for more wind. The Mjrtle
put to sen
hoping to get a slant that
uoulil put her around the stake boat
on one leg. tine lost tho lireezu which
sho had Inside, however, and wns soon
hopelessly nut of the race. Tho Pirate
also had bad luck In Retting Into n
contrary wind, and the Shamrock III
and VI Ko forged ahead of their com
At l.o Walklkl turn the crcnu huit
lead, tne VI Ke turning second. lii.
1) followed by the Pirate. The Skip
turned last. The Shamrock and Pi
rate rarrled spinnakers and used them
on the run home with good effect.
Neither the Vl-Ko nor Skin tarrlol
the extrn sails.
UU CIOSS Ug till! 1 no tho Hlininnwl.'w
time was taken nt 1 hour 51 nilniitei,
Pirate, 1 hours 37 minutes 42 seconiU,
VI-Kp, 1 hour S9 minutes 2U seconds;
Skip, 2 Iioiiik 2 minutes W seconds
'I he time of the Myrtle was not taken
ns she did not go over tho tourse. Tin
nnnmrocK wns sailed by C. U. Walk
er. Captain Chapman sailed the IV
lute. Pilnce David and ItemliiL'ttm Hnr.
rlson sailed the VI Ke and Nelson nu
sing had charge or the Skip Tne nn
promptu nice was most cnjojalile nnd
will be tried over again on Sunday
Captain Jnck Atkinson acted ns nn
ter of ceremonies, starter, timer and
judge. He recelwd nnd passed npon
Oil protests and gnvo satisfactory de
cisions In every case. A protest wn.
lodged by the Pirate against llm
Shamrock HI. the claim being that tli
green boat sailed too fast on Suuilajs.
The Juiigo decided that there was no
rule In tho book to dlsipinliry u bonl
for using nil of her speed on any dav.
The protest of Nelson Uinslng or tlio
Skip against Commodore Hni rlson ror
making goo goo ejes at the Skip an
tne vi-io crossed the Una was rulml
out and nn exception was noted, nu I
me protest will ho argued out ut Hie
next meeting or the yacht association
ROOT'S CHILD 18 ILL.
xscw Jork. Sept. 21. Because ot
mo serious lllnesr c.r his Will it son,
Klihu Hoot, Sfe-rtaiv of War, hasten'
ed back to his home In this cltv. Mr
Bout's son has been III for two wce'ts
from typhoid rever and tho fnther will
not return to Washington until the pa
tient has passed the critical period,
which will not bo reached until next
Mi. Ituot said last night Hint he wui
greatly Impressed with tho stirring
lnuiitc which had been nnld to tlm
dead Picsldent In nil parts of the c nun-
try. -nn' citizens or the United
States hud n deep and ueisounl love
lor the Picsldent," he added. "There
was cvldvncp or this nil along the loulu
oi tne runcr.il train. Eveiwhcie men
stood with bared heads, or singing tho
i-resiueni s invoruo njinii as tlm car
passed. Mrs. McKlnley haa hot lie up
prnvel) under tho great strain. Now
that the excitement or the runerul U
over, she may give way, but she has
shown such loitltucle that It would not
he strange If sho pioved to be nblu to
neai nor iiuruen.
Mr. Boot declined to discuss polities
or cue re port en tjaiiinet changes,
DUPLICATE SECRET WORK
Indianapolis, lnd., Sept. 20. A Btcp
that Is rcguided as the most remark
u hie ever tuken as to the secret work
or Odd Fellowship wus rcconled toduy
when the Sovereign Orand Lodge, the
supieme body, voted to allow dtlpll
cute copies or the spcret work or tlm
order to be made. The uctlon taken
provides that each state Jurisdiction
shall receive one copy or the secret
work. No additional copies will be
made. Theie was a long and spirited
discussion on the icsolutron, Its adop
tion having been stubbornly opposril
by many or the piomlueut represintu
tlves. WORK IS RESUMED
Pittsburg. Sept. 20. With few ex
ceptions woik was lesumed nt least In
a measuie, in the combine steel mills
today, mid lr the dlsgiuntled ,'ii-uork
era can bo conciliated by next Mon
day, all the plants will be lu full opci
atlon. Among the tin workers tho led
lug against returning to work unless
tho union Is recognized, Is still strong,
but Influences are at work wlilili. it is
hoped, will Induce the strikers to in
consider their determination.
WHAT DOIiH Mil MliAN.
Bethany, Fiance, Sept. 21, The
Czar, Czarlne and Presldtnt l.ouhct
concluded the review of 110,000 troops
OU tho plain of Bethany at l'n p. 111
In his speech nt the litncheou which
fdloueil tho lev low, Picsldent l.ouhct
created somewhat or n sensation n
'mo rianco Kitsstnn iilllanre is
pledged lo settlement Inspired lj Jus
tlco nnd humanity '
Whether right!) or otherwise, some
ol his heaieis took the lenmik In ie
fcr to olYnlis In ooutlf Afiltn
An aiioiijiiHJiu donor has clvcri $300,
000 to the .N01 til London Hospital for
A. T. HAGBNKAMP. Manager.
PATTISON A BOLTER
Philadelphia, Sept. 20. A sensation
was sprung In local political circles to
day when ex Governor Robert E. Pat
tlson announced his resignation fiom
the Dcmocratlr City Committee as a
result of tho action of the county ron
U'Mlou In nominating a straight out
Democratic ticket Coupled with this
statement was a suggestion from Pat
tlsou that n new Democratic orgnnlzu
Hon be formed lu the city, which
brought out a statement from National
Committeeman James A Ouffy, heart-
Ml)' endorsing Hie suggestion.
After the convention had adjourn d
Pattlson announced his resignation ns
chairman of tho committee, to take f
feet at once. Pattlson. In the course
of his letter or resignation, sas.
"Believing, as I do. that the over
whelming sentiment of the Democrats
of Philadelphia Is that this Is an occa
sion when we should unlto with the
Inflpnpnilpnr Knmtlillr-ntiu rr lh. .nn...
throw or the eorruot rlne which In ill-1
gracing tho administration or public', That ertaln lot or parcel or land
nffnlrit In nnr rltv. I nn, t,rnnm.i i.. bounded mauka by homo or John Oil-
give my time and servlco tow aril any ,l,erk1l,k Walklkl. by property of W.
movement, which 111 bring about such i !' II.00Kf. m?.K,al' ''' Enw lanc- nd
n condition of affairs as will setuiu,1-11 "' Maklkl street, lying opposite
complete fusion and will nccompllnh
It was announced by those rloHH tn
Pattlson that a new organization would
at once lie Lrcnieii uiih n rn r-iv nm .!
in nice. iveRotlatlons will. In all llk
Ilhood. be opened with the Union par
tj'. looking toward fusion with that
organization through the regular R--publlcnn
and Democratic orgnnlzu
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coallnga Oil
Fields of California.
Provcti oil lands, completely stir-
fmimln.l f.v no lnt ntl .... 1. .!.... .. ..It..
;"" "' "" "" ""I'lwiiuuj nt-nn,
ns there are Ip tho State, jleldlng from
u to Soil imrrcls per day.
Contract prices for oil at tho Con'.-
Inga wells, 70 cents per barrel. j
with twenty-live producing wells of
Km barrels each per ilay. xiu can
make sour own calculation as to
Tbe oil Industry of California Is In
Its Infancy, ct many fortunes have
been mado by Judicious and lucky In
vestments In oil stock. Many mora
will be made In the near future.
The average advance on original
sales of oil stock In twenty leading
companies In California' has been
from $1 to 1108 per share.
Oil lands havo advanced from 11.23
to $1,000 and $2,000 per aero.
When tho Pacific Union Oil Com
pany has a number of producing wells
on Its property. Its stock will have
the samo show for even a greater ad
vanc-e, as some nil stock has advanced
from $1 to $1,500 per share.
The Pacific Union Oil Company has
no salaried officers, and is controlled
by well known gentlemen of Integrity,
who will see tnnt tho money derived
from tho sale of stock will be legltl-
mately applied to tho development ol of Wnlanne, Oahu. deceased On read
Its propei ty. ling and filing the pctlltnn and ac
I'or Turther Information, apply to J. 'counts or the administratrix with tho
H FISHER & CO.. Slock and Bond .will unneved of tho estate of said .1e
Brokers, and Hawaiian agents ror tho leased, wheielu she asks that her ac
salo of u limited amount or Pnclllr '" be examined and approved, anf
Union Oil Comnaiiv stork, fitoniren- .that a llnnl order bo made of dlstrlbtv-
wald building. Merchant street.
OAHU SUGAR CO., LTD.
Tho stock books or the Oahu Sugar
Co., Ltd.. will be closed to transfers
rrom Friday, September the 27th, to
Tuesday, October 1st, both dates In
clusive. II. A. ISENRERO.
1930 tf 1 reasurcr.
THE HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO.
Notice Is hereby given that the stoc I;
book of tho above-nnmed company will
bo closed to transfers from Wednes
day, the 25th Inst., to Monday, 30lh
OEO. R. CARTER,
1930 fit , Treasurer.
Scaled tenders ror the construction
of one and nine-tenths mills, or there-
abouts, or railway track, on King
sticct, extending from Llltha stiii'H
to tho Fertilizer Works, will bo re
ceived by the Honolulu Rapid Transit
Si I .ami company, up to is u clock
noon. October 1st, proximo.
flans, proiites unci spec mentions.
tan bn seen at tho companj's office,
Alapal street, Honolulu,
Tlio siicc essrul Wilder, lr any. niu.it
furnish n satlsfac tory bond for the die
fulfillment of tho contract. Tho low
est, or any bid, not necessarily accept
ed. C. O. BALLENTVNE.
Manager 11. It. T. & L. Co.
Honolulu. Sept. 23. 1901. 1950 t
Sealed lenders will be received by
the Board or Flro Commissioners. Ho
nolulu Fire Department, at their of
fice. Central Station, until 12 n'elnek
noon October 8th, 1901, ror supplying
tio Department with n team or two
horses; these horses tu bo sound nml
active, weigh about 1600 lbs. eaih.
stand 17 hands high, ago between 7
nnd 8 )cara old, and must pass I lib por
tion py tne (ioveinmeut Veterlnniy
Surgeon nnd meet the npprnvnl of tlio
Chlof Engineer after two weeks' trial
delivery to lie made within r0 ilajs ift
er nnllllf ntlnn of acceptance of tender
The Commissioners reseivo tho
right to 1 eject any or nil bids
K. R. O, WALLACE.
Secretary llouid of Comnilsslnneis,
Honolulu Fire Department,
rt ' ? rv-t..'
At the entrance
to the Famoui
lao Vallev. ni
easy access to
volcano Jn tha
World. - -
for Tourists and
ISLAND OF .MAUL
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATORS
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
The undersigned, M. A. Oonsalves.
as administrator or tho estate of A.
C Pestann, deceased, by virtue of an
order made and Issued by tho Hon
orable (leorge I). Hear. Second Judge
or the Circuit Court of the First Cir
cuit. Territory or Hawaii, In Probate,
at Chambers, authorizing and licens
ing tho said administrator to sell oil
the real estate belonging to the said
estate hereby gives notice that n
will sell ut public auction, to the high
esc bidder, at tho salesroom ot James
F. Morgan, No. li'i Queen street. In Ho
nolulu. Island of Oaliu. Territory of
Hawaii, on Saturday, the 28th day of
September, A. I). 1901. at 12 o'clock
noon, all of that parcel of land with
Improvements thereon situate in Ho
nolulu aforesaid, and popularly A-
'". P"MM-ny m vv . i.isnman ami K.
I.lshman. and particularly described
'""""? to ""! . ..
. A" or JJ"11 ""; I"rc?l or land slt-
uatc on tbi-
" "" . VUB ""- "' """ ir--c
lii Honolulu, Island of Onliu. frontlnc
141 reel on said Maklkl street, with i
depth of 170 feet, being a portion of
llonl Patent No. M)3j, and containing
an nrea of about 22,890 sqiraro feet,
and being the same premises conveyad
to A. C Pestana by the following:
de-eils, lo wit.
Deed of Manuel Enos, dated Septem
ber loth, 18S8, and recorded in liber
112. page 211.
Deed of J. 8. Mattos. dated Septem
ber Hull. 1888, and recorded In !lbr
112. page 213.
A IKirtlOll o
the doed of J
A portion of the land described In
S. Mattos. dated July
and recorded In liber 153,
All recorded In the office of tho
Heglstrar or Conveyances In Honolulu
. ba,,l "a,e being subect to confirm
It Ion of tho said Court.
Terms cash In u. S. Oold Coin.
Deed at tho expense or the pur
chaser. ror lurther Information apply to the
undersigned administrator, or at tho
office or said James F. Morgan.
Dated at Honolulu. Sept. 11th. 1901.
M. A. GONSALVES.
Administrator or the Estate of A. C.
I. M. I.ONO.
Attorney for Administrator.
THIS SALE IS POSTPON
ED TO SATURDAY, OCT. 5th,
AT THE SAME PLACE AND
BY ORDER OF JUDGE GEAR.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, at
Chambers, In Probato In the matter
or tho Estate or S L. Kamaka. late
IUIH1 ,11 II1IT UM','lt Il-IIIHIIIIIIK ill fivi
bauds to the peisous tlieieto entitled.
1. 1.... ,.t .i .....ni..i i k...
uml discharging her from all further
lesponslbllity ns such administratrix.
It Is ordered that Friday, the 18th dav
of October, A. D. 19111, at 111 o'clock
a. m.. nt the court room or the sal 4
court at Honolulu. Island of Oahu. be
and the same hereby Is appointed as
the time and place lor hearing said pe
tition and accounts, and that' all per
sons Interested may then and there
appear and show cause. If any thov
hnve. why the samo should not be
granted, and may present ev Idenco as
to who nie entitled to the said pron
ert. Honolulu. Sept. 7th, 1901.
By the Court:
1937 Sept. 9. Hi. 23,311.
Prof. J, H Amme, violinist and
tcneher, who has been suffering rrom
a severe attack of typhoid fever at tho
Queen's Hospital, Is convalescing and
will meet Intending pupils at the home
of Mr. Wm Frazeo. Vlneyat.l
street near hospital. Telephone Blue
iski. 1941 U
PARTIES DUSIRING TO PURCHASE
Horses sd Mules
can do so by applying
by letter to the : : :
Humaula Sheep Station
Have horses on hand to suit any anJ all
R. W. JONES Manager.
Kaniuf l.i P.O. jtanj of Hawaii
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER
will rccclvo a limited number of pupils
Term commenting on ami after 8ep-
1021 Beretanta St.
Subscribers to tlio BULLETIN
not receiving thtir papers promptly
will confer a favor by notifying th
Biuincss Officn; TJtpiae 256. ,
1 'utT"'? .