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KVENINO nOLLBTIN. HONOLULU. H. T.. THOnSDAY, NOV.
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'Oceanic Steamship Company
Tho steamers of this Una will arrho and leavo this port an hereunder:
ROM SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA NOV. 0
VENTURA" NOV. 20
ALAMEDA NOV. 23
' "Local float
In Crtntptlnn lth (Yin enfltntr f
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets br any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In tho United SUtes, and from Now
York by any steamship lino to all European ports.
i FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin '& Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS 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 FRANCISCO.
GAELIC NOV. 14 CHINA NOV.
HONOKONO MARU NOV. 28 DORIC NOV. 19
CHINA NOV. 30 NIPPON MARU NOV. 2
DORIC DEC. 10 PERU DEC. 3
NIPPON MARU DEC. 13 COPTIC DEC. 10
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION
H. HVCKFIBLO &
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of the aboo line, running In connection wlta tho CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, D. C, and Sydney, NS.vV.,
and calling at Victoria, B C, Honolulu and Ilrlsbanc, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates bp)ow stated, viz.:
From Vancouver anu Victoria, B. C.
(For Ilrlsbano and S)dney.)
MOANA NOV. 2
MIOWERA DEC. 21
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
Europe. For Freight and Passage r.nd all general Information, apply to
Thco. H. Da vies & Co.. Ltd., GcnM Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
EV 8. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 'font, to tall about Oct. 20.
8)8. OREGONIAN. 6,000 tons, to tall about Dec. 10.
8)8. CALIFORNIA. 6,000 tons, to sail about Jan. 10.
SJ8. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail
' Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South Brooklyn, at
all times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSE,
General Freight Agent H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd,
ACROSS 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 and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
H. LOTH HOP, Ocneral Agent.
1SS Third street, Portland, Oregon.
W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. 0. 1IKXMQUES, PUOP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
i An excellent chance Is offered tor
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S, Mauna Loa
at Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookena, where the steamer Is met
, frilder's Steamship Company
) FREIGHT AND
FOR ISLAND PORT8.
All special rates, excepting to cler
gymen, will ho abolished on October
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA NOV. 19
SIERRA NOV. 19
ALAMEDA DEC. 4
u ..i.n, a ti.m- . .. ..
APPLY TO P. M. 8. S. CO.
CO. LTD. AGENTS.
r-rom Sydney and Brisbane.
(Tor Victoria and Vancouver. D. C.)
MIOWERA NOV. 20
AOuANOI DEC. IS
MOANA JAN. 16
YOU CAN DO IT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE IS $S.
fleielili Office, 315 Fort St.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for jour.messace
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KING STREET LINE.
Car. leave Walklkl for loon at 5 is. 6 1,, 6 4 A at
and every is minute, thereafter tt 1 10 41, 11:14 and
11 .1 P M. from Waklkl gtttothe Punahou Sublet
Car. Itave R Range or Pawaa twllcb for town at
5 jjA M. and .very 11 minutes Uureatler till it oep M
Car. leave Fort and King street, corner for Palama
at 6 10 AM. and every is minute, after till 11 aj
Car. leave for Palama only at j and s 1 A M
Car. leave Palama tor Walktkf 5 4) A M and every
M minute, till 9 4. P H , then at to ij and to 4 P.M
The 11 11PM from Palama lor Punahou only foes
to Walkikl on Saturday.
Car. leave Fort and King streets corner foi Klfle
Range at 5 w and itoAM
Cars leave Fort and King streets corner tor Walklkl
atC 0 A M. and every 14 minute, till ioop M then at
10 yani it ij H M, The it JS P M. coe. to walklkl
on Saturday a only.
BERETAMA STREET AND f'JUANU VALLEY.
Car. leave Punahou Steele for Town at 1 i and
f or Ton an Valley at ) 40 s S 6 10 o 6 40 7 nd
Car. leave Oahj College tor town and Valley at
6 jo 6 50 and T 10 A M and ever) 10 minute, till 10 10
PM except the even hour and half, hour car. which
run from the Stable
Cart leave Nuuanu Valley at 6 to 6 jo 6 jo A,M and
every 10 minutes thereafter till 10 ;u p M
Cars leave Fort and Queen streets for Punahou
College at 6 016.3 6 41 am and every 10 minute,
after till 9 4S P M After that the car. run tu the
Stable up 10 1 1 jop.m, which I. thelastcar from Town,
teaching the Stable at 11 laPM
O R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1S99,
STATIONS OAILV DAtlV
tOuUard) ex. Sun DAILY ex bun pailv fiAILV
AM AM. AM P.M. P At
Honolulu ,,. Tie 41 1105 j ts $ i"
Peirl City .80) o s 11 40 a it 1 10
Ewa Mill 8)) to 8 t. ou 40 610
Walanae 10 jo 441
W.lalua j) ,,, , ; i ,.,,
Kahukc i 1 613 ,.,,
(Inwaid) ex Sun. daily daily daily
A M A W P Vt P M
Kehuku 3 iv .,,, s8
Walalua $ to ,,,, to
w'alanae ,10 ,. j jj
Twa Mill io 7 11 lov 4 i
Pearl City 611 lot 1110 4)1
Honolulu rjjn 8 11 103 4 16
F C. SMITH, Ocn'l Pass. & Ticket Agt,
0. P DENI80N, Superintendent
Hawaiian Tramway Co.
FILED IN TERRITORIAL,
GOES TO FEDERAL COURT
Hawaiian Supreme Court Decision
Denounced - Rapid Transit Co.'s
Franchise Alleged to be
Ait application for mi Injunction
was mmlo by the Hawaiian TrnmwajB
Company, Limited, against the Hono
lulu Itapltl Transit & Land Corupiny,
Limited, was made )esterday to Judge
It tfns promptly denied, no! ecn a
ttmpornry writ being granted
The petitioner setB forth that It is a
foreign corporation, organized and do
ing business under the Ian 8 of Great
Urltnin nnd Ireland, Ileitis registered
at Somerset I loupe. London, nnd hav
ing its place of business at 03 Queen
Victoria street In that city. The dint-tors
hold thnlr meeting at that
place, and no director or other officer
resides within the jurisdiction of this
court. At nil times mentioned in the
complaint, howcci, the plaintiff had
and Ktlll has n manager residing in
Honolulu, hut neither the manager
nor any other pirKin, ttntesit cxpiessly
authorized !y the directors, has any
authority iltlter to enter 'Into u con
tract on behalf of the representation
no ax to Impose thcreb) any liabilities
upon tho Hawaiian Tranivva)3 Com-
Then the plaintiff telh about the Ho
nolulu Itnpld Transit & Land Corn
pan), itH being a corporation under the
laws of Hawaii with headquarters la
Honolulu. Kach of the corpotntlonn.
It Is conveniently added, operates
sticet rnllwujs In Honolulu.
Next comes the pith of the petition.
It relates that on Januaiy 22, If'01, "a
certain purported tonttoversj was at
tempted to ho submitted for dt elslou to
the Justice of the Supreme Court" of
thin Ttirltor). On March 2" a "pur
ported 'Htlpulatlon to submit addition
al facts' was (.ought to be filed In said
submission of mid purpoited coutro
Mrs)." The orator goes on to tell of
the submission of the "purported con
troversy on March 2b and -'.I and of
"the preteudecLproceodlngs had there
in," and so on until It readies a show
ing that "on April 25. IDOL said Su
preme Court acting solely In pursuance
to said pretended and purported sub
mission of said pretended tontrovcrsy,
made and gave Its (tuition thereon."
Continuing! the orator In sonorous
legal phraseology denouuees tho pre
tended submission proceedings and de
cision null and void, and of no erfrct,
value or validity what ever, denying
further that the Supreme Court had
an) Jurisdiction or lawful warrant
either to hear or to determine the pre
tended submission of tho pretended
eontroversy. An explanation of this
wholesale repudiation and contemning
of the Supreme Court of Hawaii's
temerity In cssn)lng to Interpret lln
wullan law Is given In the assertions
that ")otir oratoi" never uutliorbed
the alleged submission, that It never
received or acknowledged tterviee of
the papers, that It never knew any
thing about the mutter until after the
Supreme Court'B UeeUlon und "that
the pretended appearance of In said al
leged submission of I'aul Neumann,
Esq., or of Messrs. Holmes & Stanley,
or of any or either of them us attor
neys or as counsel for )our orator
therein, was wholly unauthorized by
our orator and was entirely without
either the knowledge or eonbent of
Next appears the charges ugainst
the Rapid Trnnsltciu upon which the
leanest for an Injunction is based. Tho
defendant Is represented as claiming
the right, under the Supreme Court
decision nlready alleged to be null and
void, to lay tracks In King street nt
I'alama, "notwithstanding that such
claimed right can onh be exercised In
derogation of the prior rights of your
oiator under Its framblse, nnd that
Takes the Life out of a Man.
Hive You Got It?
Nearly every man has Varicocele
inoro or less. Tho evidence of It In
a swelling of tho veins, a dragging
sensation when standing, a pain In tho
back, extrcmo nervousness, nnd a gen
eral exhaustion of tho flro and vitality
which Is tho portion of youth. Theio
nre thousands of "half men," made so
Dr. McLaughlin's Electric Belt
Cures Varicocele. Tho "Dr. McLaugh
lin method," used In treating this mal
ady, allows no chance of failure. It
cannot fall, l'iva thousand say It cur
ed them. So will you. Act toduy, us
each day this disease Is sapping tho
vory blood out of jour body,
1 guarantee n euro If I say I cau
cine. I don't asl any onu to tako
chnnceB on my Invention It doesn t
cost )ou mi) thing If I fall.
If )ou aro tired of treatments that tail, I want jou to study my
plan, and when ou suo how senslblo It Is, come and try It. Call anil
see tho now McLaughlin licit, and let mo explain how I euro, if you
enn; or, if not, vvrlto for tho fito book, telling about Vurlcocclo.
Dr. M.H; McLaughlin,
the la)lng of such street railway
tracks will Interfere with nnd Impair
the beneficial enjoyment of the prior
franchise of jour orator and will work
Irreparable Injury thereto." The peti
tioner relates how the Honolulu Hapld
Transit & Land Company has mada
forcible entry In and upon King street,
tearing up the pavement, "nnd lnvo so
occupied nnd obstructed and now so
occupy and obstruct said street with
horses, men, timbers, steel rails, and
other obstructions as to prevent nnd
impair the beneficial enjoyment by
our orator of Its aforesaid franchise."
Tho prayer of the petition Is, to put
It In lay English, that the Rapid Tran
sit Company be perpctuall) enjoined
and restrained from constructing nnd
operating a street railway In King
street parallel to the tracks of the
Hawaiian Tramwnva Company.
"The Hawaiian Tramways Company,
Limited, a corporation, by V. 11. Pain,
manager," Is tho signed appellation of
the petitioner. J. T. Dc Bolt, Thomas
Kltch and J. J. Dunne are counsel for
plaintiff. Mr. I'aln makes affidavit to
the stated facts ns being within his
knowledge, excepting ns to such mat
ters as m.i) bo stated on Ms Infornm
tlon and belief.
Resort to Federal Court.
llelng denied relief In the Territorial
court as shown above, Mr. I'aln nnd
his nttorne)s hail recourse to the red
oral Court. Judge Estce granted an
order to the Honolulu Hapld Transit
Company to appear on Monday morn
log nnd show cause vvh) an Injunction
should not Issue against It. L. A.
Thurston, president of the defendant
company, was served with the sum
nions nt n quarter to Co'clock )ester
day afternoon by U. S. Marshal Hen
' In the meantime Contractor McKco
is rushing work on the extension. On
of the directors expressed n hope to a
Bulletin reporter last night that the
cars would be running over the disput
ed section b) Munda).
The ground of application for Ked
eral Interference Is. that the Itnpld
Transit Comp.tti)'s franchise, Is uncon
Loudon, Oct. 29 A dispatch from
Lord Kitchener dated Pretoria October
2Sth. sa)s he has received reports of
the lighting October 21th near Hreat
Marlco river, when Delarey and Kemp
attacked u llrltlxh force and were only
repulsed after severe fighting, leaving
forty dead on the field, Including Com
mandant Omstlrbc)sen, Tho llrltlxh
lost twtut)-elght men killed nnd had
flft-flve wounded, Tho Iloers carried
off eight Ilrltlsh wagons. Tho Repub
licans nppear to have paid special at
tention to the guns, us thirty-seven
gunners and drivers were killed or
s LordKltchenr mentions a number
of minor affairs and sj)k this week's
"bag" eonststed of seventy -four Doer
killed, sixteen wounded and 353 made
prisoners. In addition, forty -Ave Doers
surrendered and the Ilrltlsh captured
471 rifles, 75,950 rounds of ammuni
tion, 21ti wagons, 530 horses and 8000
head of cuttle.
PURE FOOD LAW
New York, Oct. 31, What Is said to
lit the strictest piiro food law In tho
United States will go Into effect in
New Jersey tomorrow. Its enforce
ment has beeu entrusted to the New
Jirsc) State Hoard of Health. I'litler
It the olllce of State Dairy Commis
sion! r Is abolished and his duties will
eoine under tlioi-e of the (hlef fond In
spector. There will bo a largo number
of iltputlcs scattered nil over the State.
Ever) thing that tan come into use for
human consumption as food or drink
Is Included iindi'i the law. The In
bputlon will even take In canned
goods. It does not matter whether
these or mi) thing elso Is manufac
tured or put up outsldu the State or In,
the) are liable to tome utider the ban
of the law If the unal)sls to he muiln
from time to time shows them to lie
unfit for humau food,
- . e
The Bulletin, 75 cenu pr nooth.
MONSARRAT In Kendal, England.
September II, t90l. the Rev. II. Mun
sirrat, M. A., of Trlnlt) College,
Dublin, Vicar of St. Thomas' Church
Kendal, grand uncle of J. M., 11. D,
Jj and W, T. Monsarrat of Honolulu,
und S A. .Monsarrat of San Francis
co, a native of Dublin, aged 79 jears.
702 Mnrket 8t
Sun Pritii., CuL
Instruments Filed for Record Novem
ber 6, 1901.
R. C. Sllvn C. H Medelros I),
Hlshop & Co 0. H. Iloardman..Hel,
Kckol V. Achec L.
Tr. Oahn College W. C. Renny..l).
W. C. Ciook T, Avvann D.
Pang Chong and wife I'nng Tung
I.au , , D.
Pang Chong and wife Lin Fat et nl.
J. O. 8llva J. I'. Pacheco M.
M. II. Ateherl) et al. 1 Pacheco
et al Ad. Che.
J. It. Love Jr. H. I). Sltllman ..
J R. Love W. A. Johnson M.
instruments Filed for Record Novem
ber 7. 1901.
W. K. Rathburn and wife S. Ma-
S. Mnhaulu nnd wife Catharine
Nnmaknhelu Makaena Ulshop &
Honolulu Llbrnr) & Rending Room
Assn S. II. One Rel.
V. R. Cnstlo, tr. Citing All Young
John L)ttirsti9 Ceorge Andrew b ..
Ceo. Andrews II C Leston .. . Rel
Recorded October 31, 1901.
A A. Mcndoncn to J, P. Mendon
ca, lease: portions Kills. 23li ami fi"2,
and H P 591, Smith and Hotel
streets, portion Ap. 1, R, P. 24B3,
Kul. 23H, Hotel stieet, Honolulu, Oa
hu; fifty )ear nt $2100. Hook 2JS,
page 23J. Dated September 17, 1901.
Ulshop . Co to T. K, James and
wife; It. P. 151. Hotel street. Hono
lulu. Oahu; $8000. Hook 17U, p.tgo .133.
Dated October 30. 1901.
D. Kapnll to (1. Markham: deed:
Interest 111 Ap. 1. R P. 5093, Kul. 2810,
Moanaltia, Honolulu, Oahu: S1000.
Hook 225, page t.'S. Dated October 28,
(icuree Markham and wife to S. M.
Damon: deed: Ap. 1. It. P. 3093, Kill.
284K,aMonnnlua, Honolulu. Oahu: S2.-
000. Hook 225, pago 129. Dated Oc
tober 29, 1901.
Kcaiihiillhla (U) et nl. to Walanae
Compniiy; lease: portions Ap. 1, R.
P. 1911. Kill. 3098, Kamalll. Walanae.
Oahu; eleven eais at (2G0. Hook
22S, pago 230. Dated October 21, 1901.
J. Uamnbell to J. P. Mcndoncn: re
lease; R. P. 119. Kill. 2041. piece
land. Hotel street; piece land, Smith
street, Honolulu, Oahu; three lease
holds; $10,000. Hook 171, page 1G0.
Dated September 17, 1901.
M. MacPhersoii to T. S. Douglas;
power of attorney; general powers.
Hook 2.' I, page 398. Dated October 2 J.
William Henry to J Snulte: assign
ment of mortgage, moitgage Cornc.v
and wife on two pieces land, Kaneohu.
Koolaupoku. oahu, $200, Hook 170,
page 73. Dated May 29. 1901.
J. M. Monsarint to S nu Moon Co.'
lease: piece land, 7 1-2 acres, Ktillo
nou, Koun, Oahu, eleven vears eight
months nt $225 per annum. Hook 228,
page 237. Dated October 29. 1901.
Recorded November 1, 1901.
K. W. Atlerbach and husband to
Gear. Lansing d Co.; deed, lot 2,
block II, Kulaokuhtia, Honolulu, Oahu;
$500. Hook 229. pago 111. Dated Sep
tember 19, 1'jot.
Trustees Oahu College to K. W.
Aucrbach; release; lot 2, block 11, Kti
(aukahua, Honolulu, Oahu. Hook 223.
pago 112. Dated November 15, 1900.
C. J. Ludvvlgsen and wife to Gear,
Lunslng & Co.; deed; lot 2, block A.
Kulaokahua, Honolulu, Oahu; $500.
Hook 229, pago 112. Dated September
E. M. Walsh and wife to J. A.
Dreler et al.; mortgage; portion Ap. 2.
Kul. 1515, portion Pratt land, Walklkl.
Honolulu, Oahtir $5100. Hook 230,
pago 18. Dated October 7, 1901.
J. Love to Pacific Land & Improve
ment Company. Limited; lease; por
Hon Kul. 28, Kekaullko street, Hono
lulu, Oahu: forty ars nt $100. Hook
228. pago 208. Dated October 3t, 1901.
J. M. Vivas to M. i:. Horba; as
signment of lease-, Grant 703J, Ala Mo-
ana, Honolulu. Oahu; $1. Hook 228,
page 209. Dated February 18, 1901.
W. C. Achl and wife- to L. L. Mc
Cnndless; deed. Interest In sham and
binds of Hill of Wnlktinc, Koolnupoko,
Oahu; $400. Hook 2.'9. page 1.4. .ated
October 31, 1901.
Recorded November 2, 1901.
W. H. Shlpman to A. O, Serrno
lease: lot 4. Volcano road. 9 miles,
Puna, Hawaii; ten )eara at $100. Hook
228. page 270. Dated October 14, 19wl.
Trustees Oahu College to O. P. Em
arson; deed: lots 15 and lu. block 3,
College Hills tract, Honolulu, Oahu:
13000. Hook 223, pago IsL Dated
April 1, 1901.
Poo Wong Tong Co. to Lcwers &.
Cooke, Ltd.; chattel mortgage; two
leaseholds, portion It. P. 'a 2063 and
2340, near Llllha street, Honolulu, Oa
hu; $3600. Rook 227, pago 215.' Dat
ed August 8. 1901,
rr w v if -"BFr arnr
ne. a .
I Ulan, acnooners
On the Increase 1
AAe afk Aj
Hangar. Me.. Oct. 11). wenty years
ngu n schooner that could tarry 500
tuns of coal was considered to bo a
riood sized vessel. Now there are
atlout Bevel al four masters rarr)lng
Juno tons or inuro, and n considerable
licet of Ihe nastcrs whoso cargoes
range from 3200 to 4600 tons, while
iho six master Geoige V. Wells car
ries close to 5000 tons and ho Llcanur
A. Percy about 5400 tons.
Any ono of tho larger schooners Ins
about the same cnrr)lng capacity as
...c average Atlantic freighter, 'their
authors aro heavier than thoso car
ried by the old frigates of the navy,
u.elr Immense sails are hoisted by
steam engines and their accommoda
tions, fore and aft, nro luxurious com
pared with what was furnished ten
jears ago. When steam heat, electric
lights, steam foghorns, steam winches,
bathrooms, mahogany furniture, vel
vet carpets, libraries, and even pianos
aro carried In tho 'giant coasters It
might soem that tho limit had been
reached In that direction, hut the llm
It in slzo has not yet been reached.
. There aro now In process of con
struction two vessels of the schooner
rig that will outrank anything now
afloat of that type, a flvo master at
Last Hoston which will carry moro
dead weight than either of tho six
masters, and a seven master nt Qulti
cy Point, Mass., which will bo the
king of all sehooneis. Tho five mas
ter Is of wood, and Is oxpected to
inrry close to t, 00 tons or coal vvlilln
thu sov en master Is ot steel, and will
eniry about 0300 tons.
This monster will bo 375 feet Ions
on the keel and 388 feet on Lie loud
watei lino and 391 feetlon top, 30 feet
brain nnd 34 Itet 5 Inches depth ot
hold, Sho will carry 38,000 square
feet of sail, and all her standing rig
ting will be of steel wlro, Shu will
Beautiful building sites
Unsurpassed view of mountains
Rnpld Transit lino passes
through tho proper!)
For further pirtlculars nppl) to
ISLAND REALTY CO., LTD.
. 204 .IUDD UU.lDI.Na.
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X IJt"S 'V..:-3VT----a.Vl fci'-'lY'H
A. T. HAGtlNKAMP. Mannger.
have two large vertical boilers, n
large steam engine In tho lorvvard
licuso and live hoisting engines on
deck, Btenm steering gear, steam
neat nnd electric Vhts In the houses
and In thu hold.
She Is expected to carry her cargo
of 6300 tons of coal on u drntt of only
2 i feet nnd 6 Inches. Tho only ques
tlon seems to bo ns to her stiffness.
A vessel of her length, it Is argued by
some, is likel) to bo weak without tho
bulkhead system wnich Is used lu
stenmsltlp construction wniclt. ot
eouisc, n coal schooner docs not have.
Thu builders, however, are confident
that they enn so brace and strap the
vessel that she will be as stiff as
many of the shorter cralt. What
would happen to her In case sho
should bo grounded amidships or bo
hung up nt both ends In a loading
berth, Is another question. Old tim
ers say that a wooden vessel will glvol
when strained, and then come back
again as soon as roleascd by floating,
but that the steel schooner will surely
break In half should she get nipped.
Tho same predictions, however, were
made regarding the six masted wood
en schooners, nnd those long vessels
seem to ho getting along all right.
Nothing, apparently, can stop tho
progress of the glnnt schooners. Tho
tiiigahoo of tho barges no longer wor-
rlis the owners of sailing crait. Tho
big schooners carry Immense cargoes,
nnd, even with half the number of
men enrrh d b) squire riggers of llko
size, nn easily and qillckly handled
make rnit trips antl coin money when-
small vessels would starve. The big
schooners have ventured abroad, with
good results hut the coast Is their
field and the dial trade their source
CAN'T PAY TROOPS.
Constantinople, Ott. 31. A mutinous
demonstration was made In front ot
tho Admiralty offices Tuesday by 600
(inkers nnd non-eommtssloned Hasht
Hazouks, which caused dismay among
the occupants of the Ylldlz Palace. The
pay of those who took part in tho
demonstration Is sevcrnl months In
arrears and oul) n promise of prompt
settlement prevented the earning nut
of threats of further action. All
troops, with tho exception of the ma
rines, arc paid with fair regularit) be
cause (hey furnish the guard at the
weekly Sclamllk, and discontent might
arise and cause serious consequence!,.
All persons found trespassing on thn
lands of Hoabae, Walawu, Walmnno
nnd Mannna. In thu District of Uvv?
Island of Oahu, fenced off from and
mauka of tho lands of tho Oahu Sugar
Company and the Honolulu Plantation
Company, Is hereby strictly forbidden,
nnd any person found shooting game
on nlmvo lands belonging to tho under
signed, will be nrrcstcd and prosecuted"
at cording to law.
1980 2w M. P. ROHINSON.
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night watchmen furnished for build
ings, business property and residences.
Hulldcrs will do well to consult Dow
ers in regard to watchmen.
NOTICE TO. CREDITORS.
Tho undersigned having been ap
pointed Antillar) Administrator with
thu will annexed of tho Kstato of Hvn
J Spencer late of New York State,
dctcasdl licit b) gives notlco to nil
persons having claims against the
said I'stnto to present tho bnmt- to thu
undersigned within six months fiom
tho tlnto tif publication of this notice
or they will bo forevi r barred,
Honolulu, October ,il, 1901
WILLIAM O SMITH,
Ancillary Admliilstiator with tho Will
Annexed of tlio Lstato of Lva J,
1982 Ott. 31, Nov. 7. 14, 21.
At the entrance
to the Famous
lao Vallev, and
easy access to
volcano In th
for Tourists and
ISLAND OF .MAUI.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coallnga Oil
Fields of California.
Proven oil lauds, completely sur
rounded by as rich oil producing wells
as there arc In the State, yielding from
SO to 250 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at tho Coal
lnga wells, 70tents per barrel.
With twenty live producing wells of
100 barrels each per day, you can
maku )our own calculation as to
Tho oil Induitry of California Is In
Its Infancy, yet many fortunes have
been mado by judicious and lucky in
vestments In oil stock. Many mors
will bo mado In tho near future.
Tho average advance on original
sales of oil stock In twenty leading
companies In California has been
from $1 to $108 per share.
Oil lands havo advanced from 11.25
to $1,000 and $2,000 per acre.
When the Pacific Union Oil Com
pany has a- number of producing wella
nn its property. Its stock will have
tho samo show for even a greater ad
vance, as somo oil stock has advanced
from $1 to $1,500 per sharo.
The Pacific union Oil Company ns
no salaried officers, and Is controlled
by well known gentlemen of integrity,
who will seo tliat tho money derived
from tho Bale of stock will bo legiti
mately applied to tho development of
For further Information, npply to J.
II. riSHEK & CO- Stock and BonJ
Urokers, and Hawallnn agents for the
salo of a limited amount of Pacific
Union Oil Company stock. Stangen
wald building, Merchant street. ,
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Change In Passenger Fares. 1
On and after December 1st. 1901.
the following change In passenger
fares will go Into effect, viz:
l Deck rates between Honolulu and
tho island ot Hawaii will be Increased
from $2 00 to $3 00.
1 Cabin rates between Honolulu and
liana. Hamoi and Klpnhulii, on the
Island of Maul, will bo lutrcascd from
$6 00 to $7.00.
C. L. WIGHT. 1
1979 td President.
INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAVIGA
TION CO., LTD.
Notice to Passengers.
On nnd after December 1st, 1901,
the follow lug changes In passenger
fates will go Into effect viz.:
Cabin rates between Honolulu aud
l'leele. Mul.avvcll, Walmea, Kapaa,
Annhnln. Kllauta nnd Hnnnlcl, on the
Island of Kauai, w III be Increased from
$0 00 to $7.00.
Cabin rates between Honolulu and
Kealnkekua and nil ports bejoiid. In
tho District of Kona, on the Island of
ll-iwntl, will be Increased from $10.00
Cabin rates between Honolulu aud
Hontiapo and Piinuluu, on the Island
of Hawaii, will bo Increased from
$12 00 to $13 00.
Deck rates between Honolulu and
thu Island of Kauai will bu increased
from $2 00 to $JS0.
Deck rates between Honolulu and
the Island of Hawaii will be increased
from $2.00 to $3.00.
All special rates, except to cleig)
men will be- abolished on the above
J. UNA. President.
j Honolulu November I, 1901.
HART & CO.;
ME ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
I Fine Ice Creams and Water Ices,
Chocolate and Confections.
1 The Finest Resort In the City.
Try our "Elite" Oyster Cocktails.