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EVENING BULLETIN. llONOLULU, 1L T., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1901.
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i Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM 8AN FIUNCISCO.
sierra oct. o
alameda , oct. 10
SONOMA OCT. li
ALAMEDA NOV. 0
VENTURA v NOV. 20
ALAMEDA .NOV. 83
In connection with the 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 the United States, and from New
York by any steamship line to fill European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO j
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. GENERAL AQENT8 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 8AN FRANCI8CO.
NIPPON MARU OCT. i COPTIC ., OCT. 1
I'KRU OCT. 1.' AMERICA MARU OCT. 8
COPTIC OCT. 22 PEKING OCT. IB
AMERICA MARU OCT. ',0 GAELIC OCT. 22
).'?K!5 N0V- 7 HONGKONG MARU NOV. 1
GAELIC . . .. NOV. 14 CHINA NOV. 9
HONGKONG MARU NOV. 2S DORIC NOV. 10
CHINA NOV. 30 NIPPON MARU NOV. 2
DORIC ., DEC. 10 PERU DEC. 3
NIPPON MARU.. DEC. IS COPTIC DEC. 10
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AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO", between ancouver. B. C. and Sydney. N.S. V..
and calling at Victoria, It. C, Honolulu nnd Urisbane, are DUE AT HONO
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' NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
6. S. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, Sailed.
E.S.HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, (to sail to tall Oct. 15.
S. 8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, sailed from NEW YORK June 16; will
lead at PUQET 80UND about SEPT. 1 for HAWAIIAN PORT8.
Freight received at Company's wharf. 42nd Street, South Brooklyn, at
all times. For further particulars, apply to '
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TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
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Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
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Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
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135 Third street, Poitland, Oregon.
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i No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
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Honolulu Rapid Transit
and land Company.
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may be purchased from the conductors
on tbo cars, or at the company's office
on Alapal street. These will bo good
for the transportation of school chil
dren up to 17 years of ago In goln;
to and comlpg from school, between
the hours of 7:30 and 9:30 a, m and
1 and 2:30 p. m. on regular school
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KING STREET LINE.
Cut leiv Walklkl tor town t j ,s. 6.1 j. 6j a.m.
and every is mlnutcithertaftcr 11 1 to .. ii:m and
IJIPM. from We'klkl 1 to Ue Punahou Slatilei.
Carl leave R Ranje or Pawaa iwlltb lor town at
j:!).M. and every is mlnutealti.ieallerllll i.oie.M.
Can leave Tort and King itreeli corner lor Palama
a!6:io A.M. and every ij mlnutei aller till n.ei
Cara leave (or Palana only at j and s:)o A.M.
Cart leave Palana for Walkikf I 4 A M. and every
1 hiiiiui. ,iii v 43 r m , men ( i i anj 10 ef f.M.
The Hill P.M from P.l.m. In, Punihmi ..lu mu
to Walklkl on Saturday!.
i.ar leave rort ana King tireeti corner fai Kllle
Ranee at fandA'9 a.m.
Cart leave Fort and King; ttreeti corner for Walklkl
al Cos A.M. and every 1 4 mlnutet till 10 oP. M then at
10.11 "i iS P M, The litis P.M. goet to Walklkl
on Saturdays only,
BERETAN1A STREET AND TWANU VALLEY.
Can leive Punahou Stable t, -Town al:.and
for Town and Valley at s 40 s Jo o eo 6 40 ? and
Cara leave Oatij College fortowi. id Valley al
6.)o 6 so and 7:10 A.M and ever) 10 mti. let lilt 10:10
P.M. eacept trie even hour and ball, hour cart which
run from lh. fhl.
Carileave Nuuanu Valley at 6tto C:o (tjoA.M and
-7 .w ui.tiuica iiiviv.iic. III, W.30 r.ffl.
Cart leave Furt and Queen ktrteti for Punahou
College at 6 oj 0.13641 AM and every 10 mlnutei
after till 04s P.M. After that the cart run lo the
Stable up to 1 1:10P.M. which l Ihe lad car from Town,
khuide inr aiacie ai iitjo p.n.
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1899.
STATIONS. .MILY DAILY
(Uuuaii) ex. Sun DAILY ex. Sun hMLY KAllY
A.M. A.M. A.M. CM I'M.
Honolulu . , e to 4 ts li:) I'll 10
Peerl City..,. S , ),l 11,40 ) 4? J.'0
Liwa Mill . . 8 j) 10; S it 00 4'o 6:10
Walanae .... to jo . 44s
W.talua . . . . ii.it ,,, , .4! ,,.,
Kobuke nil ...'. i:tj ....
(InwjiJ) ex. Sun. daily iiaili daily
AM.. A.M P.M P.M.
Kahuku , ,. ( )) . ,. aoS
Walalua ,,. .to ,,,, .'to
Walanae . ..,,,.,.. . . t:io . M)
Hwa Aii f.,.0 t.tt t:o ettt
I'eaJ City ... 611 Vol 110 4tte
Hor.olUU. tp 8,,1 :, 4;i6
r C. SMITH.Gen'I Pass. & Ticket Aat.
O. P. DENISON, Superintendent
The Hawaiian Realty and
Maturity Co., Ltd.
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The New Hampshire Fire Insurance
r-". of'Manchcster, N. H.
Dealers In Real Estate, Loans,
gages and Etc.
Orflce, 32 King SU
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Phone, Main 141. P. O. Box. 202.
Wm. O. Irwin
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vada National Bank of San Francltco.
San Francisco Tho Nevada Nu-
tlonal Bank of San FrancUco.
London The Union Bank ot Lon
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Dreedner Bank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong
kong-Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British North America.
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Established 1858 -
BISHOP & CO.
Transact a General Bunking
am) Exchange Business.
Commercial and Travelers'
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in all the principal cities of the
Interest allowed aftor July 1,
1SU8, on fixed depojito 7 day
notice 2 per cent, (this form will
not hear interest nnle-s it. remain?
nndUtnrhed for on5 month), 3
month S per cent., C months 1-2
per cent, 12 months 4 per cent.
Pioneer Baildiig and Lran
ASSETS, JUNE 3J, 1901, $80,043.37.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly install
Twenty-third Series of Stock Is now
OFFICERS J. L. SIcLean. Presi
dent; A.W. Wilder, Vice President;
C. II. Oray, Treasurer; A. V. Oear,
DIRECTORS J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder. A. V. Oear, C. 11. Gray,
J. D. Holt. A. W. Kocch. J. A. Lyle,
Jr.. J. M. Little, U. 8. Iloyd.
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Office Hours: 12:301:30 p. in.
BISHOP Sr CO.
,...Savlngs Deposits will be
received nnd Interest allowed by tha
Bank at tour and one-half per cent
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ulations may be obtained on applica
tion. Office at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP & CO.
The Yokohama Special Bank
Paid Up Capital ...
.... Yen 21,000,000
. . Yen 18,000,000
Reserved Fund ....
.i Yen 8,310,000
The Bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills ot Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters of Ciedlt, and transacU
n general banking business.
On FUed LVpotlt tor tt month. 4 fr cent p a.
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All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and Re
ports made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction;
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superin
tended, lq all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Report a.
Properties for Investment purposes.
' FREDERICK J. AMWEO, SI. AM. Soc. C. B..
Engineer and Manager.
W. R, CASTLE JR., Stttetary and Treasurer.
Instruments Filed for Record Septem
ber 30, 1901.
Achlu L. L. McCandlcss .M.
Jno. Emmeluth and' wlft C. F.
Peterson , IJ.Atty,
Jno. Emmeluth and wife Tr. Jas.
A. N. Campbell, tr. M. II. Atch
erly and husband ilil.
Tan Young Fong Lum Flo . ..Can.L.
Geo. Lycurgus, tr. Tan Young Fong
Geo. Lycurgus, tr. Tan Young Fong
Oaliu R. & L. Co. Ng Mon Sal... Re).
'A. F. Marx and wife R. W. Shin
Wong Kwal Ilyman Bros A.M.
Wong Kwal Hyman Bros CM,
Wong Kwal Ilyman Bros CM.
J. L. Carter First Bank of HIIo. . A.M.
Instruments Filed for Record Oct. I,
R. Kaluhlokanc anil wife J, Ka-
T. K. Cook F. II. Cook P.Atty.
W. White H. Hackfcld & Co V.
Chlng Mon Yin ct al. Sing Fat Co.
H. I). Hitchcock 11. S. Richard..
Recorded September 20, 1901.
Daniel P. Hoolapa, trustee, to
Woodlawn Fruit Co., Ltd.; ileeil; one
lourth Interest In It. P. 2877, Kill,
judo, Atea, Ewa, Oahu; Saw. Book
223. page 4tiU. Dated September l'j,
Maiia nnd husband to Daniel P. tin-
olapa, trustee; deed: onc-lourth Inter
est In R. P. 2877, mil. 9333. Alci.,
Uwa, Oahu; $900. Book 22.1, page 4SS.
Dated September ID, 1901.
Recorded September 23, 1901.
W. C. Ai1 (mortgagee) to Albeit
N. Campbell; ono-Blxth Interest In II.
Ps. 314, 5038, fjfifi; 6332, G333, 4631,
u'J-9, also Interest In estate of Aulica,
deccascj, Honolulu, Oahu; $3800. Book
223, page 4C2. Dated July 22, 1901,
Makalll et al. to Julia It, Scharsch:
deed; Interest In estatn of Pake, do
ccased, Kauai; f 45. Book 223, pago
461. Dated July 3. 1900.
Recorded September 24. 1901.
E. O. Walton to I. II. Mackenzie;
power of attorney; special powers.
Book 22 triage 33". Dated July 10,
A. P. Maranha and wno to J. H.
Canal ro: deed; R. P. 2323. Kill. 131'J,
Ap. 4, Kallhl. Honolulu. Oahu; $10(10.
Book 229, page 43. Dated September
N. Fernandes and wife to First
Bank of Hilo, Ltd.; mortgage; lot 5t).
Kalwikl lots, lot 2, block 4. RUersidd
Park, Hilo, Hawaii; $10oo, 1 year ut
10 per rent. Book 227, jiago 121. Pat-
til. September 10, 1901.
W. C. rtchi and wife to (1. N.
Rutherford; deed; lots 18 nnd 20, block
2, Kaplolani tract, Honolulu, Oahu;
1000. Book 229, puge 43. Dated Sep
tember It, 1901.
W. C. AchI and w tfc to Ho Fun:
deed; lot 71, King street tract, Ho
nolulu, Oahu; $1330. Book 229, page
42. Dated November 1. 1900.
T. S. Kalama and wife to A.
Dempster; mortgage.: lot 3. "(Irole
tract,' Puiinul, Honolulu, Oahu,- $30o,
2 years at 10 per cent. Book 227,
lingo 118. Dated September 23, 1901.
Wm. Orote and wifo to T. 8. Ka
lama; deed; lot 3. "Orote trnct," I'd
until, Honolulu, Oahu; $120. Hook
225, page 306. Dated September 20.
A. Trask and wife to Nahlhlkua and
husband; deed; R. P. 4497, Ap. 3.
Kallhl. Honolulu, Oahu; $1. Book 229.
pago 41. Dated June 15. 190V
W. Kalachao and wife to Mrs. A.
Aslu; deed; portion Grant 1605, Kala
oa , North Kona, Hawaii; $260. Hoot
29, page 39. Dated August 3, 1901.
Men On Columbia
Are Surejrf Victory
New York. Sept. 17. Tho Colum
bia wan removed from tho dry dock
this afternoon, and her appeurauco
created great enthusiasm. Vnclillnj
experts who saw tho Columbia on tho
wnya gazed at her with renewed de
light, and the explanation was "Shu'u
such a peach, you tnow." Tho Colum
bta'ri sides and bottom han been pol
ished until they glistened like biirnlsn-
ed bronze. Tho Columbia will go on
tho dock again next Monday aud b-i
puiisneu all over again. Tho omccn
of tho Columbia aro absolutely confi
dent of success In tho coming races.
Mate Miller, who was racing skipper
of the 51-footer Altalro last year, said:
"It will be three straight ror the Co
lumbia. Wo want a brcezo llko this.
pointing over his shoulder to tin
equinoctial galo that was sweeping
over the bay outside, "(live us thM
breczo and tho Shamrock won t know
her namo when wo get through with"
her. That's tho time they will look
sick on tha green boat, for wn will
send our topmnst to the bottom of tho
lower spar, while tho bhamrock, which
Is all one spar, will havo to bo carried
to tho end, no matter how much they
don't want It."
"Then you don't think tho Colum
bin's best prospect with the Shamrock
will bo in light wind?
"No; wo want stiff winds; een
harder than thosu in which we bepi
tho Constitution. The Shamrock ha
a hugo rig. much lurger than ours, and
her best chance with us will li in .i
Fred Young, a graduate of Ml, Ver
non achool at' Northflcld, Mass., nnd
also ot the Y. M. C. A. training school
afSprlngttld, Mass., hus ben secured
by the X M, C. A. of the city as Its
physical director, Mr. Young Is ex'
pected by the Sierra. The jouug man
will fill the position of assistant secre'
tury besides being tho regular physl
Another yacht race win be held on
Sunday next If weather conditions are
favorable. The course will bo the
same as last Sunday
and Construction Go.
Mi n or
SIMPSON AND StHLEV
Washington, Sept. 20. After an In
terminate 1 01 eigut days tuo bchley
Daval court ot Inquiry lesumed Its sit
tings at 11 ociocK today in the tool
anops ai 1110 navy yard, Rear Adnmai
uu.imuy occupied tnc seat which oa
tue nrst tray ot the session vus titled
uy Id ar admiral Ilowisou.
'J no court was called to order by u
simple word irom Admiral Dewey. '1 Inj
urs 1 order 01 business was the read
ing by Judge Advocate Lenity 01 tiw
oruer 01 tue isavy Department ap
pointing Rear Admiral uamsay to u
place on the court, in place of Rear
Admiral tiowlson, and when this was
accomplished, Captain Lcmly turned
to Hear Admiral Henley aud asked
olm, as he did when Admiral Howlsun
was challenged, whether he had objec
tion to urge against any member or the
court. The Admiral aiose as this que
Hon was asked aud replied: 1 nave
The Judge Advocato then swore tho
members of the court collectively and
then In turn was swoiu as judge advo
cate. The court then retired lor tho purj
pose of discussing ...u methods of pio
cod lire. Before the withdiawal a letter
from Admiral bchley to the Navy De
partment requesting to be suppllo'l
wltn all papers bearing upon tho cas?
and the department s reply granting
the request was read.
At 11:2.! tho court returned from
Its consultation. Judge Advoato Lcm
ly. addressing Admiral ochley, as tlm
"applicant," asked if he had any sug
gestlons to make as to the method of
proceeding, whether he had something
to otter, or desired that he (Lemly)
proceed. The Admiral responded with
a nod of tnc head and a move of tlu
hand. "Go ahead."
Mr. Lemly then presented the re
port of the imrcau of Navigation for
1898, a hydrographlc chart ot tnc West
Indies and adjacent seas and other
charts. He stated explicitly that they
were Introduced not as testimony but
as books ot reference.
Will tuey preclude tho introduction
of original dotuments?' Judge Wtlsoti
'Not at all, ' was the reply. "On the
contrary wc shall deslro to Introduco
the original document nhcu opportu
Admiral Francis J. Illeglnson. com
mander in chic! of tho North Atlantic
Squadron, was tho llrst witness tnllcd
He said ho bad as captain command
ed tho battleship Massachusetts dur
ing thtv Spanish war and that for a
part of ti,o time tne Massachusetts
natl been part or the "Hying Squad
ron" of which Admiral Schley had
been In command. lie told of Joining
tho fleet at Newport News; of going
lo Key West, und theu, on tho 22d
of May. of going to fjlenfuegos, Cuba.
Key West hail been left on May 19,
If)!)!), and Clcnfuegos reached 011 tho
"What was then done to secure com
munication with tho Cuban forces 'in
shore?" Captain Lcmly asked.
"Nothing to my knowledge." tho
witness replied. "I did not seo that
anything was done, but I understood
that Information concerning tho Cu
bans was received through Captain
Admtial Hlgglnson said In respons?
to questions that this was later. Ho
also told. In reply to questions, of tho
presence or tne collier Mcrrlmac and
ol the departure from Clenfueaos and
the arrival at Santiago on tho evening
of itie 25th. In reply to questions, ha
buiii mat tne .Massachusetts had at
thai, time taken on about thirteen tons
of 'coal, but that as the weather was
rough this was done with difficulty.
Tho witness also told or tho ncets
leaving Santiago for Key WchI on tho
night of its arrival at the former nlato
nnd how after steaming westward fori
some time, tho vessels, all In response
to Commodore Schley's signals, return
ed antl steamed to within two or threo
miles or the mouth ot the harbor.
"What happened to cause the deci
sion to return to Key West?"
"I don't know."
"What was the condition of the
weather nt the time for coaling at
"It was not Impossible to coal, 1
Did you have- any conference with
tho commanding onicer In regard to
eturnlng to Santiago after you had
gotten on the way to Key West?"
"None: we acted under general or
ders. All wo did was to follow tho
signals of the flagship the signals of
the commander In chief."
Speaking of the condition when San
tiago harbor was again reached, tho
Admiral said that he could go well
Into tho harbor, and that he saw tho
Spanish ship Colon lying In tho outnr
narbor. Ho did not remember seeing
other vessels, but tho Colon wns then
HMO yards beyond Morro Castle. Tho
vessel had lain there until she was
flred Upon, which was dono on May
31st and had then retired.
Describing this engagement. Admir
al illgglnsbn said it was on the day
before the arrival of reinforcements
under Admiral Sampson, Ho said
that Admiral Schley had come nhoard
and said that "ho wanted to go in und
lire on the Colon,"
"So wo went In aud fired on her.
continued the witness. He sultl tin,
shots roll short of tho Colon and that
the Spanish shoro batteries had In
turn tired at tho bombarding ships.
In reply to questions as 10 what had
been accomplished by the bombaid
ment, the witness replied that It hid
served to draw the flru ot tho Spanish
shore battery and to glvv an Indication
or what It was composed.
"What did you think ot its composl
"I did not think It amounted to auy-
Whero was Admiral Schley iliiniis
At ono time he was with inn In the
conning tower, but most' ot tho tlnn
he was on the outside of it. 1 was
mar him most of tho time."
Describe the Admirals ntnnnnr in
"I hardly know how to answer that
question, except to say that his man
ner was mat or a commander In ehler.
Tho Judgo advocato then asked:
"What Impression did tho Admiral'.
manner in that engagement maku up
Mr. llaynor. counsel for Schley, oh
Jertetl to tins question, ami after
Komo contention the question wan
Judge Advocato Lemly stated liefniM
ultjidrawlng the question that ho con
slileretl tliu point as embraced In the
piecept, nnd said that while the tiuli
was n disagreeable, ono, ho considered
It his duty to press It. nnd Intlmatml
that ho would do so nt another time.
"Whv did you not go In ami de- J
troy the Colon In tho engacoment on
May 31st?" Judgo Advocate Lemly
asked tho witness.
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A. T. HAGHNKAMP. Manager.
"Because wo were not ordered to do
so." replied the witness.
Later on tne witness volunteered th-.'
statement: "I think tho Colon could
have been destroyed where she lay nt
anchor that day."
Admiral Hlgglnson stated, In reply
to questions from Captain Lemly, that
there were no written orders, ami so
far tiH he cotill recall, tho only verbal
nnleis were to "go In,
Peking. Sept. 17. The Chinese
troops re-entered Peking today. The
Americans nnd Japanese simultaneous
ly handed over tho Forbidden City to
the Chinese authorities.
The evacuation was picturesque. The
Jnpnr.cso and American troops were
drawn up at the Inner gate. Several
hundred Chinese civil and military
officials, In brilliant costumes, diplo
mats, officers and ladies, were massed
on the plain outside. Prince Chlng
and General Chiang, the Governor of
Pcklng, met the Japanese and Al)lerI,c,,', Territory of Hawaii, In Probate,
cans, ami thanked them for the protec
... . ...
tion they had afforded the pal ice,
General Vamanl and Major Robertson
replied, tho Japanese and Chinese
hands nlavetl nnd t tie fnrpftrnpra nttirnh.
ed through the gates they had bat-
lered In oer a year ago. Then the
Chinese unfur.ed their ffags and dlstrl-
liuted their forces nt tho various gates,
The Chinese officials banqueted the
Japniiet-e this evening. Tie Americans
wre Invited to be nresent. tint i!i.
cllned owing to the death nf.PmslHf.nl '
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located in the Famous Coallnga
Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, eoranletelv sur.
rounded by as rich oil-producing wells
ns there aro In tho State, yielding from
50 to 250 barrels per day.
Contract prices ror oil at tho Coul
inga wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With twcnty-Iivo producing wells of
100 barrels each per elay, you can
maku your own calculation as to
The oil Industry or California is In
Ita Infancy, yet many fortunes haio
been made by Judicious and lucky It
vestments In oil stock. Many 'mora
will be mado in the near future.
Tho average advance on original
sales of oil stock In twenty leading
companies In California has been
from 1 to flOS per share.
Oil lands havo advanced from $1.25
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 hae
tho same show" for even a greater ad
vance, ns some oil stock has advanced
from $1 to $1,500 per share.
Th Pacific Union Oil Company has
no salaried officers, and Is controlled
by well-known gentlemen of Integrity,
wno win seo mat tnrt money derived
from tho sale of stock will bo legiti
mately applied to tho development of
For further Information, apply to J.
H. FISHER & CO Stock and Bond
Brokers, and Hawaiian agents for tho
salo of a limited amount or Pacific
Union Oil Company stock, Stangen
wald building. Merchant street,
, ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER
will receive a limited number of pupils
Term commencing on antl after Sep
1021 Ileietnnla 8L
Having secured a morn desirable,
business Ideation. 1 hnui removed my
stock to lleretaula street, next to the
corner of I'mnia, where I will bo plead
ed to meet old und now customers de
siring to buy wall paper, etc.
1955-tt CIIAS. HEAL.
All bills duu W. W. Wrlcht's car-
rlage manufactory will bo collected ny
8. Decker or Win. Fernandes; any oth
er receipts given by any ono will not
bo recognized by me.
W. W. WRIOIIT.
1915 Sept. 18. 20, 21, "4, 2, 28.,
Oct. 1, 3. 5.
BOWERS, SOLE MANAGER.
R. W. Congdon is no longor connect
ed with Bowers' .Merchants' Patrol,
From today Sir. Bowers will bo the
solo manager ot tho said business,
which will continue ns before, No
other perfcon Is authorized to receipt
HOWEUS' MERCHANTS' PATROL,
Per W L. BOWERS.
Honolulu. Sept. 27. 1901. I95S-U
Pic ea la a non.retlaononi
remwlr, fur Unnorrbva,
WbliM, unnatural i!l.
rbargffe, or air Inflamma
tion. Irrllah 1 or ukera-
I Ft seat t afcem&laf iab
Mtn 01 nil., oua mem-
aid k7 llrantata.
or eenl In plain wraprer.
by eiprme, prepaid, for
Circular eeu! oa request.
aVETUurriMl m M
vaiaaim runrnejin n .aaiaaB
At the entrance
to the Famous
lao Vallev. and
easy access to
volcano In tha
for Tourists and
ISLAND OF MAUI.
Notice Is hereby glen that I mlli
sell nt Public Auction, nt tho Court
House at Walliiku, Maul, on tho lull
day itf October. 1901, at 11 o'clocu
a. 111., all the personal property be
Icnglng to the estate of Henry I..
Clinsl-, deceased. There is Included
among theso effects 352 SxlO nega
tives of the finest collection or Uland
lews In existence, taken many year
ngo nt great expense by .Mr. Chase,
of scenery on the Islands of Oahu.
Hawaii, Maul and Molokal. Also about
2."rt smaller negatives, also one Dahl
neyer camera 8x10 lens und one Stein
L. M. BALDWIN.
Administrator or the Estate or Henry
I Chase, Deceased.
Walliiku, Maul, Sept. 27th, l!ol.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
The undersigned, M. A. Oonsalves,
as administrator of the estate of A.
C. Pcstana, deceased, by virtue of an
order made and Issued by the Hon
orable George D, Oear, Second Judge
of the Circuit Court of the Klrst Clr-
Int 'lit mliopu nuiltrivlvlnr
at Chambers, authorizing and licens
ing the said administrator to sell oil
the real estate belonging to tho said
estate, hereby gives notice that no
will sell at public auction, to the high-
CSL bidder, nt the ftfllenrnnrtt nr .Tnmtw
'' -Moigan. No. (15 Queen street. In Ho
", "m 01 uaiui. 1 erniory -01
1?. SAa.,,i;'.,a13,1at28l'2h o
noon, all of that parcel of land with
Improvements thereon sltuato In Ho-
'nolulu aforesaid, and popularly de-
That certain lot or parcel of land
bounded mauka by homo of John On
derklrk, Walklkl, by property of W.
II. Iloogs mal.al. by Enos lane, and
Uwa by Maklkl street, ling opposite
to property of W. Llshman antl R.
Llshman. nnd particularly described, t
as follows, to wit:
All or that certain parcel nt land sit
uate on the east side of' Maklkl street
In Honolulu Island of Oahu, fronting
141 feet on said Maklkl street, with si
depth ot 170 feet, being a portion of
lioyal Patent No. liiis.v and containing
an area of about 22.890 squaro feet,
and being the same premises convoyed
to A. C. Pestana by tho following
deeds, to wit:
Deed of Manuel Enos. dated Sentcm-
tier 10th. 1888, and recorded In liber
112. page 214.
Deed of J. 8. Mattos. dated Sentcm-
her 10th, 1888, and recorded In llbr
112. page 245,
A portion of the land described In
tho deed of J. S. Mattos. dated July
18th. 1895, and recorded In liber 153,
All recorded In the office of tha
Registrar of Conveyances In Honolulu
Said salo being subect to confirma
tion of the salt) Court.
Terms cash In U. 8. Gold Coin.
Deed at tho cxnenso ot tho nur-
1-or further Information apply to tho
undersigned administrator, or at tha
oflleo of said James F. Morgan,
Dated at Honolulu. Sept. 11th. 190 .
. SI. A. GON8ALVES.
Administrator of the Estate of A. C.
I. SI. LONO. - '
Attorney for Administrator. ' ": S
By order of Honorable George D.
Gear, Second Judge of tho Circuit
Court ot the First Circuit, tho above
sale Is postpone!) to Saturday, Octo
ber 5th. at 12 o'clock noon at sales
room ot Jas. F. Morgan. CS Queen St.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Flist Circuit. Territory or Hawaii, in
Probate, at Chambers. In the Slatter
or the Estate or William Keating, de
censed. Intestate. Petition having
been filed by Frnnres Keating, widow
of said Intestate, praying that Letters
or Administration niton said estate bo
Issued to Cecil Ilrown, notice is hereby
given that Monday, the 21st day of
October. A. D. 1901. at to o'clock a. m.
In the Judiciary building. Honolulu.
Oahu. Is appointed the time and place
for hearing said petition, when and
wneie all persons concerned may ap
pear and show cause. If nny they have,
why said petition should not be grant
Honolulu. Oahu, Sept. 17. 1901.
By tho Court:
J. A. THOMPSON.
1914 Sept. 17. 21. Oct. 1, 8.
OAHU SUGAR CO., LTD.
The stock books of the Oahu Sugar
Co., Ltd., will bo closed to transfers
rrom Friday, September the 27th, to
Tuesday, October 1st, both dates in
clusive. II. A. ISENBERG,
Sealed tenders will be received by
tho Board of Fire Commissioners. Ho
nolulu Fire Department, at their of
fice. Central Station, until 12 o'clock
noon October 8th, 1901, for supplying
tho Department with a team of two
boises; thebe horses to bo sound und
active, weigh about 1500 lbs. each,
btnutl 17 hands high, ago between 7
and 8 years old, and must pass Inspec
tion by tho Government Veterinary
Burgeon nnd meet tho approval or th
Chler Engineer niter two weeks' trial;
delivery to be mado within 60 days aft
er notification of acceptance of tender.
The Commissioner reserve tho
right to reject any or all' bids.
K. II. O. WALLACE.
Secietnry Board or Commissioners,
Honolulu Fire Department.
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