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KVBNtNaBDtXBTIN. HONOLULU. II. T FIIIDAY. NOV. 8, 1901.
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Oceanic Steamship Company
TIlO Stcainors Of this lino Will arrlvn anrt Innvn thin nnrt no hereiinitop;
' Fnnt OAM fnU'mmn .
41 in i.mww,
, -iociu uoat,
In Connection With thn aniline nf
EJ.i tolsal'0' to Intending passengers, coupon through Uckcts by any rait
roaii rrom San Iranclsco to all points In tho United States, and from Now
York by any steamship lino to all European ports.
FOH FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
. Pacific Jail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
8teameri of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
GAELIC NOV. 14
HONGKONG MARU NOV. 28
CHINA NOV. 30
DORIC ....DEC 10
NIPPON MARU uiic. is
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION
H. HACKFIBLO &
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of the above line, running In connection win tho CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. II. C, and Sydney. N.S.vV.,
and calling at Victoria, H. C, Honolulu ntid Urlsbauc, are DUE AT HONO
LULU oil or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
From Vancouver ana Victoria, B. C
(For Urlsbane and Sydney.)
Through Tickets Issued Irom Honolulu to Cunada, United States and
Europe. For Freight and Passage r.ud all general Information, apply to
Thco. H. Davlcs & Co.. Ltd.. Gen'l Agent.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
8. S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about Oct. 20.
S. S. OREGONIAN, 6.000 tons, to sail about Dec. 10.
8. 8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, to sail about Jan. 10.
8. S. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail
Freight received at Company's wlarf, 42nd Street, South Brooklyn, at
all times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
fcCROSlTTHB CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palaco 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.
J H. I.OTHROP, (Jeneral Agent.
1S5 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D 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. G. UENIUQUKS, PIIOP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered for
8EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet tho S. S. Manna Loa
at Kallua and take passengers overland
to llookcna, where the steamer Is met
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
All sneclal rates, oxecntlng to cler
gymen, will bo abolished on October
fOIl HAN 1-KANUISUU.
ALAMEDA NOV. 19
BIERRA NOV. 19
ALAMEDA DEC. 4
k nK. .tAAmA.. . .- . .
NIPPON MARU .
APPLY TO P. M. 8. S. CO.
CO, LTD. AGENTS.
from Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, n. C.)
MIOWERA NOV. 20
AOnANCI DEC. IS
MOANA JAN. J 5
YOU CAN DO IT NOW
THK- INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 16 S3.
Honelili Office, 315 Fort St.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for jour message
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
(CINO STREET LINE.
Or lAvt Wnklkt for town at hj 6 J J. 6:4s a.m.
tni try n mlnutM thrittr til 10:41, njn ni
ttui Y M, troro Wa'klki cotv tht f'unahou btat!.
Can Iivc R Hange url'aa t!uhfor town at
SUjA.M. andtvery rnlnute thtretftrr lll n.cCM
Can leave Tort ra Kirc ttrnrtk cumer for Halama
att:to a.m. anj every minutes after till 11:15
Car leave for I'aiam only at j ar.a 5o a.m.
Cars leave Hal a ma for Walktkf j a m. an4 every
t minutes till o'4 P M . tl.cn at ic.is and 10-4 KM.
The litis KM from Palima lor I'anahoa only goes
iars leave r-ort an liine street corner roi nine
Ranee at j:ij an4 vt ,;,
Cars leave Fort anJ Kin? itrft corner for Walklkl
at 6:0 A.M. an J every 15 mmuiM till io.oP.M then at
10: y an j uioj p.m. me 11 jj v.y, kocski naiKim
BERETANIA STREET AND r'AKU VALLEY.
Cars leave Punihou hVv tr Tun at :j ani
tor Town ani Valley tit 3 s jo 0 to i;o 6.40 7 anJ
Cars leave Oahu Cnllece f..rtun ani Valley at
6'to 6:5a anir:ioA.M n4 ever) 10 minutes till 10:10
P.M. etcei'iiue even nour anj nair, nour cars which
run tram the Star-!, .
Cars leave Nuuanu Valley at ('10 6: to 6:jo A.M and
every 10 minutes therrittvr till io:su P.M.
Cars leave l:ort and Queen streets for Punahou
College at 6-03 6:1) (ut a m ani every 10 minutes
after till o, 4! H.m, Alter that the cars run M the
Stable un to 1 i:p.M whlrh Is the lattcar from Town.
reaching the St Jb'e at iiijo PN.
O R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1899.
STATIONS. OAIIY !Alt
(OuU.rJ) ex. Sun. Iituv tx. Sun, ihilv ptnv
A.M. A.M. A.M. I'.M. I'M.
Honolulu .... no 9-11 n-os. :if s:io
I't.rl ".ll... ti giS 11. " jit imp
l:l Mill B It la.. .8 it.o. 4:1$ 6;io
Wl.n 10 ;o 4:4s ....
W.lalui ii:) 1:41 ....
galiuki it ) .,,, 6:1s ....
(lnw.il) . Sun. DAILY IHILV DAILY
AM. A.M. p.M H.At.
k'jhuwu ;nj a
Walllut t.ift ,,,, t:so
W.l.na. t.io . .. :
tw Mill i:t t;ii 1:01 4:1.
IVjrl City 6.11 B:. itjo 4:1.
Honolulu t:jo B;) 1 of .1.6
F C. SMITH. Gen'l Pass. & Ticket Agt,
u. v. ukwimun, superintendent
If used as I 'direct It Is a positive euro and cannot fall. It gives tho
vitalizing power of electricity, without burning or blistering, to every weak
ened part, developing tho full vigor of manhood. It removes all tho effects
of Indiscretions or excesses forovcr.
I gttarantco n cure. If I sav I can euro I don't itsk anv nno to tnko
chances on my Invention. It doesn't
SPECIAL NOTICE. If you have an old belt of nnother mnko which has
burned and blistered you. or one that did not possess electricity, bring I:
In and I will allow one-half tho prlco t.f mlno for It.
I give a Ireo test to call who cnll. If you can't call I will send you m?
hcautirully Illustrated book with full Information free. Call or write no.v.
Dr. M. H. McLaughlin,
SIULL MERCHANT MARINE
Tho rcntcst of all tho American ex
porter's grievances Is that the ships
of other nations, chlelly the British,
carry his goods and ilcrlvo the hugo
profits or transportation. Of tho 2178
vessels that entered Shanghai In 1897.
only fifteen carried the Amerlcnn Hag.
lu the same year not a single Amori
can steamer was seen at Chefoo, al
though GG4 British steamers wore re
ported, and 131) Herman. Hongkong
reported only forty-eight American
vessels, yet thero were .1M13 arrivals
of all nationalities, Including the Chi
nese. Forty years ago. when the
American merchant murine was
ciowdlng tho China scob. Japan did
not own a steamship. "Now,' snys
Consul Fowler, of Chefoo, "they have
the finest lines ou the coast. Thn
Nippon Yusen Kaisha Is the second
most powerful line In the world, and
two or three Hues aru running to the
'The (Ireat Not thorn railroad."
Mild President .Tames .1. II II three
ytars ago, "has been rompeuou tci r
fuse the, shipment (if tio.noi) tons of
M-el rails and 3i.0ni,i0' pounds of
cotton all demanded by Asia xlm
ply because there weie no water fa
cilities by means of which this mei-j
cliaudlsi- could be-carried to Asiatic
ports." Theie has nceu an lmpro.
nu-nt in this respect slncn Mr. Hill '
wes Inten lowed, New lines hnvtt
Ken put on between ibe l'ailllr
coast ut San Fruuclsto, I'm timid,
Seattle, Taconui ami Han Diego and
tho East, and tlm Cireut Northern
Steamxhlp Compiiny has been Incor
porated In .Minnesota with a capital
rtock of fK.OU0.oun, to run lu cornice-1
Hon with the railroad. Old lines llko
the Oicgon Railway & Navlgutlou Co.
are building new ships, and tho great
Nippon 1 linen Kaisha line Is sending
regular boats to Pugct Sound, which
lu a help to American commerce, al
though an alien Hag tiles over them.
Conditions are bitter on tho Pacific
coast than they an- on the Atlantic,
although the purchase of the Lcyluml
lino Is a promise of the emancipation
of American trade from the Ilrltlsu
On paper we huve two or threo linen
connecting the Atlantic seaboard with
Turkey. India and China, but thn
ihlps chartered ale British tramps,
and the time of hulling Is uncertain
uud subject to change. In suppl)lng
Asia Minor, including the Holy I.und,
vith American goods, ne Ikimi niadii
lntctcNtlng progress lately. Thoie am
Ameilrau tulkltig machines. Milium
hce heel- and Kentucky whiskies In
Jerusalem, mid self-binders may li
teen iu the sboies of Joidun. (!ci-
Tvinnv hntt i-nt ,ili.uil tit ,,u I..- nt.l.i..
ileetrlc motors on thu Dead' Sen. Imt
wo shall run trolley Hue
Jetuxalcm uud Kt-rak, the ancient cap
ital of the land of Mouh. If the tiir
mans don't look nut. Alnslee's lii
Don't forget Camarlnos of tho Cali
fornia Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. Ho always has
on band a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
This Is a message to men. It Is 'n
men who want to feel like men, to look
like men and act llko men. This Is to
men who lack courage, whoso nerves
aro shaky, whoso eyes have lost tha
sparkle, whoso brains aro muddled.
Ideas confused, sleep restless, confi
dence gone, spirits low and, easily de
pressed, who aro backward, hesltntlng,
unable to venturo hecauso they ara
afraid of failure, who want somebody
to decide for them, who aro weak, pu
ny, restless. It Is to men who have part
or all of these symptoms and want now
life, new force, new vigor. I offer It
to you In my wonderful
It has restored health and strength
to thousands of weak and Impotent
cost you anything If I fall.
702 Mnrkct St.,
8nn Frunclrtco, Cnl.
PORTO RICO TERRITORY
Chicago, Oct, 30. The visit to tha
United Stntes of the Porto" Rlcan dele
gation of business men who spent the
day In Chicago, liis a far greater signi
ficance than has 'appeared heretofore.
Instead of coming to Inspect tho com
mercial methods of this country, and
Incidentally go on a little Junketing
trip to the Pan-American Exposition,
the Porto Rlcnns have come primarily
to pave the way for tho admission of
their Island, first as an organized Ter
ritory and then lis a State. The au
thority for this statement Is Krederjco
Dcgelau, present Commissioner from
that is land to the I'liltcd Stales.
The delegation arrived In Chicago
this morning, visited the Hoard of
Trade and the stock yards, were cnter
tntned at a banquet In the evening,
uud left on a late train for St. .Louis.
Before It leturns to the Island a visit
will be paid to Washington, where an
Interview with President Roosevelt
will ho had. The parly Includes three
native memhora of Porto Rico's Coun
cil, and uno member of tho Chamber of
Deputies, lu addition to Commissioner
Free trade with the United Stales
and Kuropu was asked for by members
of the delegation ut a banquet glen by
the Board of Trade In their honor to
night. Froncc'n Merchant Marine.
Purls. Oct. 28. Tho Chamber of
Di'putlcH today began the dUcusblou
of the .Ministerial project aiming at the
revival of the decaying French mer
chant marine. The project provides
that any Iron or steel vessel exceeding
100 tons gross tonnage engaged In In
ternational trade and Hying the French
Hug shall receive an unnuul biibsldy In
proportion to her tonnage until she Is
twenty years old. A larger subsidy Is
at corded to vessels fulfilling similar
conditions built In Franco and under
fifteen eurs old. Admiral Rlenrur
(Republican) criticized the bill ns be
ing luelTectlve. unci suggested u tax on
foreign Hugs entering French ports.
Bben llulilcn on the ftnc.
New York. Oct. 2S. Tin- first per
formance of thu ilrumutlzatlon of Irv
ing Hiiehelli-i'V mild. "Kbcn Hidden,"
was given at the Savoy '1 heater to-
K. M. Holland wus lu the tltlo
lro,t' - "ml n'H delineation of the quaint
nnd tumble characteristics wun whlili
Bacheller endowed Uncle Kb found n
hearty resKinse from the large au
dleucu. "That canvas of mini that 1 call
'Sunset ou the Jersey Meadows,' Is thu
most reallstlu thing 1 Ter did," "Is
It?" "Yen. You see thai stagnant
pool In the foreground? Well. sir.
I bad to sprinkle crude pertolcum all
over It to keep the mosqultom olT."
' M. Paul Plonfer I'resa.
Instruments Filed for Record Novem
ber 8, 1901.
M. K. Keohokalolc llawn. Coml. &
Sugar Co I).
Kaula Oplo A. S. Mahaula...Par.I).
W. C. W. Rennoy Trs. Oahu Col
Recorded October 31, 1901.
I. I. Brown and husband to H.
Holmes; trustee deed; all lands, live
stock, contracts, etc., In Hawaliau Isl
ands; 1. Book .25, page 130. Dated
July 2. 1897.
Recorded November 2, 1901.
A. do Medclros to M. Cabral;
a grccmeiit; to sell portion lot 43.
Knlwlkl, llllo, Hawaii; $160. Book
224, page 404. Dated June 12. 1899.
Joso R. Oaspar and wire to A. Q.
Strrao; deed; lot 6, block B, Villa
Francn, llllo. Hawaii; t30n. Book
229. page US. Dated October 12. 1901.
A. K. Kahalcpouole to II. Whar
ton; lease; R. P.'s 1344, H3C, i!3! and
1334, Walalae, Kootauloa. Oahu: thir
ty years at $28. Book 22S, page 271.
Dated API II I. 1900.
Leo HI Nglp to Poo Wo Tong Co.;
tease: portion R. P. 20G3. Llllha
street, Honolulu, Oahu; fifteen yearn
at $32 per month. Book 228, pngn
272. Dated August 8, 1901.
Kstnte B. P. Bishop to Territory of
Hawaii; deed; piece land. King street
and Asylum road. Honolulu. Oahu; $1.
Book 229. page lit). Dated October 22,
Kstate B. P. Bishop to Territory of
Hawaii: deed; portion An. 3. Kill. 7712.
Niiuanu and Kukul streets. Honolulu,
Oahu; $1. Book 229, page 118. Dated
October 22, 1901.
W. E. Howell to Bishop k Co.;
mortgage: one-seventh Interest In It.
P.'s 332 and 1930. one-seventh Inter
est In Kill. 9130, etc., Wnlmea. Kauai;
Interest In estate of O. II. Howell;
$37W. Rook 227. page 218. Dated Oc
tober 31, 1901.
Closing Work of
The Schley Inquiry
Washington, Oct. 30. When the
Schley court opened today Captain T.
S. Borden was called as the first wit
ness of the day. and as the last witness
who Is to testify In Admiral Schley's
behalf. It had been expected that Ad
miral Barker unutd be cnllcd but It
has latterly been decided that his tes
timony. If given, would not be ma
terial, ami It Is not now expected that
he will testify. Captain Borden Is an
officer In the Murine Corps and served
on the Brooklyn during the Cuban
campaign. Ills testimony was. there
fore, largely corroborative of the cvl-
deuce which bus hcietofore been given the Navigation llurenu. would bo d
by others who were on the Brooklyn. tarhed from that position nnd tak
The iPinalnder of the ilav. It was e.
.... ... ........ ., ....'. ,.
Ii.iiei, ..,, me emu 1 uiivuril, vn.iini
be taken up with the bearing of
ntsscs called by the Navy Department, plan bad been arranged last April.
for the purpose of Impeaching certain 'when, upon the expiration of Admiral
parts of the testimony given In sup- Crownlnshlcld'u four years'- command
port of Admiral Schley. Included lnH "'"'' OI "10 Juvigauon iiureuu. n
the list Is Captain Slgsbec. Captain
French K. Chadtvlck, Sylvester Scnel.
who was a newspaper correspondent
during the campaign, Major T. H.
Wood, who served on board tho Mas
sachusetts' as marine officer; I.leut.
Commander Potts and I.leut. (Irnnt.
who also were on the Massachusetts,
and Captain John Katon, who was on
Captain Slgsbec had been called for
the purpose of rebutting tho testimony
as to his message to the Somcrs N.
Smith, press bont, and also his conver
sation on the llrooklyn, to which wit
nesses have testified that he told Com
modoro Schley the Spaniards were not
.Mr, Scovel also was summoned for
the purpose of rebutting testimony as
to Captain Slgsbee's message to the
picbs boat. Captain Chadwlck was
culled to testify romemlng the con -
rerence between Admiral Sampson and
comnioiiore Schley on May 10. Major
Wood, Commander Potts and I.leuL
Urant were expected to testlfv rilallvn.fiear. Second Jiidcu of tlm' Circuit
in th. ward room conversation m ihnlCourt. of the First Circuit. Territory
Massachusetts ou May 31 In which
I.leut. Sears Is alleged to have spoken
of thu difficulty of getting Admiral
Schley to embark nn the rcconuolu
lance which took place on May 31, Tha
counsel for Admiral Schley were pre
pared to make technical objections to
most of this testimony and the day be
gan with n good prospect that much of
the time would be occupied In dlsciikl
Ing points at Issue between counsel on
both sides of the cum.
Admiral Schley will not return to
the witness slnnd for the correction of
his testimony for two or three days.
Atturney Cencrnl K. P. Dole sent to
.1. J. Dunno yesterday, the following
letter of acceptame of his resignation
as attorney before the Fire Claims
"In expressing an unwillingness to
accept your tcslgnatlun, I labored un
der 11 misapprehension In regard to the
amount of time required for the dis
charge of your duties In the Federal
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j million. I think that tha Interests ctf
. miii.ui, iiviuio uiu imaru 01 i-irnii.. (.'. ,. yo, anil uoyai raionl (irnnt
Commission claims require more time!
'and attention than you ran give them.
11 have accordingly appointed Mr. Wiule
' Warren Thuycr, uud I hereby taka
(great pleasuie In ucceptlng your offer
1 10 render him nsslBtanco gratuitously.
I "Very sincerely yours,
"15. P. DOLE.
Cheyenne. Wyo., Oct. 2i!. On No
vember 3d the Union Pacific wll In
augurate In connection with the South,
un I'nclflc. Northwestern. Lake Shorn
and New York Central the fastest pax
fcenger train service ever adopted b)
uny railroad In the worid. 'ihe fast
train will bu known as No, 3, and will
lcai Omaha every afternoon at t::m
Ui'clock. It will cover tho distance
Irom Omaha to Ogden, 1025 miles, lu
twenty-one hours, tho average speed
of the train exclusive of stops being
tlfty-flco miles an hour. In many
places through tho mountains of Wy
oming tho train will attain a speed of
sixty-live and seventy miles un hour.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co, besides
doing the best printing nnd developing
In tho city for the least money; supply
amateur and professionals with all
Beautiful building sites
Unsurpassed ilow of mountains
Rapid Transit line passes
through tho property.
For further particulars apply to
ISLAND REALTV CO., LTD.
204 JUDO BUIUUINO.
A. T. HAOnNKAMP. Manager.
TAYLOR 18 PROMOTED.
Washington, Oct. 2fi. Secretary
Long nnnounced today that Rear AU-
mlral S. A. Crownlnshleld. chief of
cui.1.1 . un .11 1 iu r.i iiipeuii wiimiiiiju
next Mnrch. being relieved of his ores.
., ,...,. ,lV ., Ailmlrnl llenrv I'.A
wlt-,Tny0, The Secretary said thnt this
NOTICE TO CREDITOR8.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed administrator of the estate of
O. Ilergstrom, deceased, lato of Ho
nolulu. Territory of Hawaii, nottco la
hereby clven to all nersnns havlnir
claims against said estate to present
their claims, duly authenticated and
with proper vouchers, lr any exist,
even If the claim Is secured by mort
gage upon real estate, at the office of
thu undersigned, 137 Merchant street,
Honolulu, within six (f) months from
tho date hereof, or they will bo for
ever barred. DAVID DAYTON.
1970-Oct. 17, 24, 31; Nov. 1. 8.
(ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF VAL-
j UABLE REAu ESI ATE.
ihi.i,i 1.. ... ..-.I.,- r.t u n..,. n
.of lluwnll. duly mado and entered thu
30th day of October. 1901, In tho Mat
ter of thu Kstatu of Makanoe, deceas
ed, I will sell at public auction on Sat
urday, the 9th day of November, 1901,
at 1'.' o'clock noon, at the front door
of the Judiciary Ilulldlng, In Honolulu,
Island of Onhu, that certain parcel of
Innd, with the buildings and Improve
ments thereon, situate on Mnf.lkl
street, near lleretanla street, in Ho
nolulu nforesald, bounded and describ
ed ns follows:
Commencing at a point on Maklkl
street bearing N. 43 35' K.. true. 200
feet from the Dnst corner of Klnau
and Mnklkl streets, and running
N. 43 35' !:., true. 150 feet nloug Ma-
3n'K., true, 330 feet along the
Royal Patent C30
S. .-.0'3l"V.,true. 82 feet along land
formerly of J. S. Lem
S. IS" 25' W., true. OS feet along onld
laud formerly of J. S.
N. 17 7' V., 320 feet nlong n part of
Royal Patent 0305 and
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" ". '!"" . I"" IMUH.I ."Mill, .-.JIIU.II1-
'K n nren r ' "" B,res. being a
; portion of lloynl Patent Number 03115,
Terms Cash. Deed at the expense
of tho purchaser. Sale subject to con
tinuation by the Court.
SAMUKI. K. WOOI.I.KY.
Administrator with thu Will Annexed
of tho Kstate of Makanoe, De
ceased. 1982 Nov. 1. 2, 4. C. 8.
All persons found trespassing on tho
lands of lloaeae, Waiawa, Walmano
nnd Mnnnna, In tho District of Kwr
Island of Oahu, fenced off from an'
maiiLa of tho lands of tho Oahu Sugar
Company and tho Honolulu Plantation
Company, Is hereby strictly forbidden,
ami any pcrsun found shooting gamo
nn above lands belonging to thu under
signed, will bo urrosted nnd prosecuted"
nccorillng to law.
19SO-2W M. P. ROIIINSON.
DOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
I Night watchmen furnished for bulM-
,lngs, luiiiliiess properly and residence,
llulldcrs will do well to consult Uov
cr8 rc6alil ,0 watchmen.
At the entrance
to the hamous
bo Vallcv. and
easy access to
volcano In th
WorU. - -
for Tourists and
ISLAND OF MAUI.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coalings Oil
Fields of California.
Proven oil lnnds, completely sur
rounded by as rich oil-producing wells
as thero aru In tho State, yielding from
SO to 2,"0 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at the Coal-
'"Ea wells, 70 cents per barrel.
I With twcnty-flvo producing wells of
100 barrels each per day, you can
mnko your own calculation as to
I iuu un iiiuuair ui i.niiiuruia is ta
us iniancy, yet many roriuncs navo
been mado by Judicious and lucky In
vestments In oil stock. Many mor
will be mado In tho near future.
Tho avera'go advance on original
sales of oil stock In twenty leading
companies In California has been
from $1 to $108 per share.
Oil lands have advanced from J1.25
to $1,000 and $2,000 per aero.
When tho Pacific Union Oil Com
pany has a number of producing welli
I on Its property, its slock will havo
tho snmo show for oven a greater ad
vance, ns Borne oil stock has advanced
from $1 to $1,500 per share.
Tho Pacific Union Oil Company na
no salaried officers, and Is controlled
by well-known gentlemen of Integrity,
who will 8co tnat tho money derived
from tho sale of stock will bo legiti
mately applied to tho development of
For further Information, apply to J.
II . FISIIKIl & CO.. Stock and Bond
Urokcrs, nnd Hawaiian agents for the
sa 0 or a limueu nnimiui ui i-i.tiuu
.Union Oil Company stock. Stang0.
iald building. Merchant street
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Change In Passenger Fares.
On and after December 1st, 1901,
tho following chango In passenger
fares will go into effect, viz:
Deck rates between Honolulu and
tho Island of Hawaii will be Increased
from $2.00 to $3.00.
Cabin rates between Honolulu and
liana. Ilamna ami Klpahulu, on tho
Island of Maul, will bo Increased from
$0.00 to $7.00.
of C. I.. WIOHT.
INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAVIGA
TION CO., LTD.
Notice to Passengers.
On and after December 1st. 1901,
the fottowlnir chances In nasscnci-r
fnies will go Into effect, lz.:
Cabin rates between Honolulu and
F.lcclo, Makawcll, Walmea. Kapaa.
Auahola, Kilnuen and Hanalel, on tho
Island of Kauai, will bu Increased from
$0.00 to $7.00.
Cabin rates between Honolulu and
KenlaKekun nnd nil ports beyoud. In
the District of Kona. on the Island of
Hnwail. will be Increased from $10.00
Cabin rates between Honolulu and
Honuapo and Punaluu, on tbo Island
of Hnwail. will bo increased from
$12.00 to $13.00.
Deck rates between Honolulu and
the Island of Kauai will bo Increased
from $2.00 to $2.50.
Deck rates . between Honolulu and
the Island of Hawaii will bo Increased
from $2.00 to $3.00.
All special rates, except to clergy
men, will bu abolished ou the above
J. UNA. President.
Honolulu, November 4, 19ul.
HART & CO.,
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