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KVEMNO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. Hfl T MONDAY, NOV. 11. 1901.
Lines of Travel.
Oceanic Steamship Company
Tbe steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
rnoM SAN FIIANC1SCO.
VENTURA NOV. 20
ALAMEDA NOV. 23
FOH SAN FIIANCI8CO,
ALAMEDA NOV. 19
BIBRIIA NOV. 19
ALAMEDA DEC. 4
In connection with the Balling 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 all European ports.
k FOIl FUTlTHErt PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. 6. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AOENT8 OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
8teamert of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
HERE'S TO MEN OF MIGHT
HERE'S TO YOUTH WITH ALL ITS JOYS.
HERE'S TO HAPPINESS AND HEALTH.
HERE'S TO NATURE'S REMEDY.
When n nun lias
truth to to't he fluOs
no end of hesrois
When his story Is
n gladsome ono-and
ha Is able to UWng
ncwB of health nnd
strength to those
who nro weak afcJ
brol.cn down ho
finds millions icudy
to listen. Sucn is
my story; It la full
of truth and over
Honing with tidings
of new strength and
Ufa for the slcl and
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
GAELIC NOV. II
HONGKONG MARU NOV. 28
CHINA NOV. 30
DORIC DEC. 10
NIPPON MARU DEC. 13
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
DORIC NOV. 19
NIPPON MARU NOV. 20
PERU DEC. 3
COPTIC DEC. 10
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
H. H4CKFIBLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
8teamcrs of the above line, running In connection wlu the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. B. C, and Sydney. N.S.iV,
and calling at Victoria, D. C, Honolulu and Brisbane, arc DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about tbe dates below stated, viz.:
From Vancouver anu Victoria, B. C.
(For Brisbane and Sydney.)
MOANA NOV. 2.1
MIOWERA DEC. 21
t-rom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, D. C.)
MIOWERA NOV. 20
AOivANOI DEC. li?
MOANA JAN. IB
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I MU HERE
CAUSED GREAT EXCITEMENT
ANCHORING OFF WAIKIKI
Folks Thought She Was Ashore
But She Was in No Dan
ger Made Long
rd to the good people at Wulklkl nml
t'nele Sam's men at the camp.
Diamond llrad Charlie was supposed
to hne been the cause of alt the trou
ble but this morning ho flatly denies
the report In both the Republican iin.l
Advertiser that ho said tho vesfl waf
ashore. He was telephoned to by some,
ono and asked the position of the vx
set nnd leplled that shn was close li
shore. This started the excitement.
Pilot Sanders tells the following
story of the arrival of the Kllpalrlck
"I was notified of tho sighting of th
Instruments Filed for Record Novem
ber 6, 1901.
E. 11. Frlel nnd wife F. V Man-
M. I. Urown F. V. Macrarlane.,.I).
Instruments Filed for Record Novem
ber 9, 1901.
hdzel Marklc C. C. Conradt. ..CM.
T lieu Y. Akal U
Instruments Filed for Record Novem
ber 11, 1901.
Ihn Dowsett Co., Ltd. Chas Wil
L. II. Crook 1". V. Hardy Mlg.
E. Kllia Oshlna (Jap) L.
M. S. Orlnbaum & Co. H. PIpl.P.D.
Sam Sing Co Co.P.I).
VVnhlne Kalu and husband Kahlua
et al D.
I. II. Maynard I.. E. Swain ....Rcl.
M. M. de Medelros and wife Mrs.
S. C. Waters Mtg.
Kahannnul Knalhue Puao L.
Knliie K. Walholkala I).
Moo Sin Moo Din P-A.
W. M. Campbell II. Waterhouso &
0. Dowsett et al. M. C. Dow sett.. I).
A. V. Murclel et al U. A. Wads-
0 A. Mauer Est. 11 P. lllshop ..
Recorded November 4, 1901.
Trustees Oahtl Coltego to A. I.. l.Ut
led. cleed, lots 11 and 12, block 7. Col-
lege Hills tract. Honolulu. Oahu:
JJitoij. Hook 529, page 122 Dated Oc
tober 2S. 19til.
W. C. Ai-hl and wife to A. Hodll
guos; deed; lots S nnd 9. block IS, Ku
tiilnnl tract, Honolulu, Oahu; $100
Hook 22!'. page 123. Dated ,'o ember
.Moana Hotel Company. Limited, to
Hawaiian Trust Company. Limited;
trustee mortgage; portion It. P. 4193.
Kul. 10IKL, Ap. 5, two leaseholds and
personal property, WaIMM, Honolulu,
Oahu; $10O,0u0. Hook 227, page 221.
Dated November 1, 1301.
M. A. Peacock to Moana Hotel
Company. Limited; consent; to as
signment of lease of Moana Hotel
promises. Walklkl. Honolulu. Oahu.
Hook 227, page 221. Dated October 29,
.1. 1). Olffard to Moana Hotel Com
pany, Limited; consent, to assignment
Beautiful building sites
L'nsurpnssed lew of mountains
Rapid Transit line passes
through the properly.
For further partiiulnis apply to
ISLAND REAL.TV CO., LTD.
204 .IUDI) I1UIUDINO.
ussel and Martcd out for her. On r !,.. of nremlsfw. Walklkl. Honolu
reaching the outer buoy I placed n red1 In, Oahu. Hook 227, page 221. Dated
light as Is customary and then made j October 31, 1901.
my way to her. On arriving alongsld"
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada. United States and
Europe. For Freight and Passage and all general information, apply to
. Theo. Hi Da vies & Co.. Ltd.. Gcn'l Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
MEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
8. 8. HAWAIIAN. 8,000 tons, ta sail about Oct. 20.
OREGONIAN, 6,000 tons, to tall about Dee. 10.
CALIFORNIA," 8,000' tons, to Mil about Jan. 10.
AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South Brooklyn
all times, ror lurtner particulars, appiy to
C. P. M0R8B,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO
The transport Kllpatrlek which got
lit-ie Saturday night caused more ex
dtement thnn any vessel which b.is
arrived off port and anchored for many
a day The transport made n long trip
from San Frunelsco nnd nrrlvlug off
Diamond Head Saturday night whs re
ported about ten minutes after 10
o'clock. About 10:l." she authored off
Walklkl in llfteen fathoms of water
and close Inshore, she was perfectly
safe and Captain llodgers had felt his
way Into the anchorage with the lead
line After anchoring the masthead
light was lowered, the anchor light
raised and the crew turned In. Tim
standing watch was ordered to mmo
the ship In ease the wind (.hanged to
When the pilot boarded the vessel bn
Inquired how much water there' was
am) was told llfteen fathoms. Noth-
Ini linneilrll t.tna 4lna l t naT Aim m m .
borage by either theTan' of ihe l""?"?
I asked how much water she hail nnd
was told, fifteen fathoms. She was
then heading Inshore nnd had M-vcntv--fhe
fathoms of chain out. When shn
swung stern to westward she had the
Diamond Head light dead ahead and
nt tlmeH a little on cither bow. Lying
cast and west she was In twenty-one
fathoms of water directly under her
Hud the vessel been ashore or In any
danger It Is not poislhlo that she
would not lime sent up some signal
for assistance.? This she did not do
and as soon us she was anchored her
new turned in, the masthead light
lowered ami the riding light hoisted ns
l customary. In the prevailing weath-
er there was no possible way In which j
sne miglit nave touched there1. Had
, southerly weather coma up suddenly
Ishe would have up anchor and gone off
In coming around Diamond Head
Captains Rogers was unable to pick
At the er.trancs
to the F J maul
las Vallev, an J
easy iccas to
volcano In the
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
tng and Library Can, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
1 H. LOTHROP, Oeneral Agent
1S5 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK. General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
. L. LOMAX, Q. P. & T. A.,
1471 Omaha, Nebraska.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. 1IENHIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
, An excellent chance Is offered for
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet tbe S. 8. Mauna Loa
at Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookena, where the steamer Is met
YOU CAN DO IT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE IS $2.
Heiolili Office, 315 Fort St.
TBL., MAIN 181.
Messenger will call for your message
vessel or the pilot considering the
weather prevailing at the time. Soon
alter the rssel anchored some of the
people at the beach saw her. Steam-
era are not In the habit -of anchoring
where she lay nnd so immediately
cmeone notllled the telephone eentral
that the vessel was ashore. Central
nmmunlcnted with Colonel Davis at
Camp MeKlnley and later with quar
termaster .Major Robinson. The com
mand at Camp McKVjilcy was turned
out to lend assistant e nnd a patrol es
tablished along the beaeh to pick up
any nun horn of tho terrible ocean
disaster which wns supposed to he tak
ing place In plain sight of thu w-ittrh-
us Colonel Robinson telephoned to
the captain of the Fearless to go to
tho vessel's assistance and with the
usual promptness the tug was got to
tho scene of the supposed difficulty
only to And that the vessel was In no
danger and had not been In any plae
to warrant nny unNlety for her safety.
Alter daylight the vessel was hoarded
by the doctor and helug passed was at
her dock about 7:20 o'elock. The pas
sengers at the breakfast table a little.
later were regaled with a thrilling
story of their arrival the night befortt
and what a commotion they had caus-
lighthouse. Tho gTcat number of Ja
panesc fishing boats lying off Walklkl
nil having lights out were a little con
fusing and so with his lead line Cap
tain Rogers found a safe anchorage
for his vessel and let go his mudhook.
On all the old charts the position of
the transport on Saturday night Ii
marked as anchorage, and vessels hav
wry often been In there without any
thing being thought of It. The wild
S. K. Kalamu to Nahlku Sugar Co.,
Ltd.; deed: Oram 4 IT:, Nahlku. Koo
Inn. Maul; Jl'fl. Hook 22'J. page ll'C.
Dated October Z 19'Jl.
V. M. Cunningham to California
Club; lease; second story of building,
Alskea street, Honolulu. Oahu; two
irs nt tl'.'OO. Hook 228. page 28::.
Dated October 31. llUl.
Kauhn and wife to V. It. Castle,
tiustee; mortgage; lots 7, S, 9, 10, 11
nnd 12. block in, Kalulanl tract, Hono
lulu. Oahu; $100. Hook 230, page 21.
Dated August 29. 1901.
On Tut Wal to Kom Fook Cbettn:
lens"! fifteen ncres land .Hanalel, Ka
uai; ten ears nt $200. Hook 22$, pag
2SI. Dated December 21. 1S1M.
C. Wlnam to On Tnl Will; consent;
to leaxe fifteen acrtm land, Hanalel,
Kauai, nook 22S, page 287,
Recorded November 5, 1901.
.1. Morris to Ah Hung et al.: lease;
piece land, King street, Honolulu, Oa
hu; llfteen years at 1100. Hook 22S.
pagi 287. Dated October SI, 1901.
A. L. Lulled and husband to Trus
tees Oahu College; mortgage; lots 11
nnd 12. block 7. College Hills tract.
Honolulu. Oahu; 12000. Hook 230.
page 20. Dated October 23. 1901.
J. S. A7evedo and wife to Wong
l.um; deed: Interest In It. I'. G72I.
Kul. 0730. Walklkl. Honolulu. Oahu;
11000. Hook 223, page 193. Dated No
vember 5. 1901.
Meheuolf! to J. do Mello; dwd; In
terest In II. I'. 3311, Keokea. South
Kona, Hawaii: ISO. Hook 223, page
49G. Dated May 1. 1901.
Wutnnahc to Yeu Clong: leaso;
ile(e land Kaellku, liana, .Maul; ten
for Tourists tni
MAUI HOTEL, islandofk.?aui.
A. T. HAGBNKAMP. Maniigcr.
.iears at $00. Hook 22V page 288. l)at
story published through u mistake or ed October 18, 1901.
over icilousnisK to make u big story i A. N Campbell to II. K. I'ahau
for time spent was a ure.it IiiIiihIIwI .,h,,! J ''Xeeutoi's deed, all Interest
In the captain or the transport ami
In Kills. 1170 and 2293, Kawalahno,
tfr.ltjilltllt l.tliit l)n.t. f .k.n lfhn
fi,t tlm f..i tl...t ..ft..- al... ..Il """" """"' "u --u, tK ll.
"' v ...i. . asm miwi lUifftfi A tii. nut !
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KING STREET LINE.
Cut Ittvt W.lklkl (01 town l!4. t.i). !
no tvciy is ninuici inr.Hil.t it, ,h .) ,, "
ir.lP.M. Iron Waiklkl cotoihe PurtAhou Slatlcs.
Cut Imv K Ranct or Pawn twltth lor town at
:$1A.M. ana evtry is mlnatct irttrrarirr mm ii eci-.n
(.art Itavt Fort and King trrtl rorncr lor Palama
atb.io a.m. ana tvery is.minuit. autr mi
Cal Iffav lor Patama only at s and s:)o A.M.
Cart Itavt Palana lor W.lkiWI 5,) a m and tvtr
,i minute, till a . p m . liMn at to.i and 1041 P.M
Yh. iiii.P.M Irnm Patama lor Punahou only KO
to Walklkl on SiuiJiyv.
Cart Itavt l-ort ana King airtcit crirt 1 101 nine
angt al 5.W and vo a.m.
Cart Itavt I oil anl Klne tlitelt comtr lor Walklkl
hoarded her she was not moved would
lend people to believe be had been
derelict In his duty.
Vote nt O.VMter Bay.
Washington. Oct. SI. President
lloosovelt nnd Secretary Cortelyoe
will leave for New York Monday to
vote on Tuesday. The President will
ote at Ojster Hay, Long Island, nnd
Secretary Cortelyou at Hi-mjistead,
Long Island. Hoth will ote early nnd
return to Washington Tuesday. Mrs.
Hoosevelt will accompany the President.
,", i.iij tiaii iuun-1
1 ....... A....A.A.A4t4t4ttt
TTTTT-ttx- - .
NAIL UP THE BARS FOR KEEPS I
t6 osA.H. an4 every ij minute till lootP.Mthen at
I ina ii:n V.n. m n;j5 r.n, (ur iv nais
Rtngt At $.zo ini 'io a.m,
nd ti:t p.a
BERETANIA STREET AND TUUANU VALLEY.
Cm leave Punihou Slitle for Tcn at joand
(or Town anj Valley at j 40 j jo 6.10 'to 6 40 ? and
TCaTf1iavt Oah j Collect torton and Valley at
6. jo 6.50 and t;io A.M and everj 10 minute till 10 10
p.m. except tht tven hour and half, hour ar which
run from tht Stable. t
Cara Itavt Nuuanu Valley alft'io 6 jo ft 50 a,m and
itcry 10 minutes thereafter 1111 10.30 p.m.
Car leave Fort and Qittn otrettt for Punihou
Codetta! 60s 6ij6 43 am nd every 10 mlnutti
after till 0 41 KM. Afier that the car run ti the
Stable up to 1 1:50P.M. hi h Ik the lattcar treat Town,
reaching tht Stable at npo P M. m
O R. & L. Co.
after January 1,
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR I8LAND PORTS.
All special rates, excepting to cler
gymen, will be abolished on October
STATIONS. J4UV UAll
tOutoarJ) t. Sun. UAII.Y t. Sun !uv Paiiy
A.M. A.M. AM. KM I'M.
Honolulu . . t.ii v'H ii "i i'i I"
Pt.il City ... , it to J" 5 o
11 Mill. In to. ( Itoo to 1. 10
Walanat il t ts
W.lalua H'lS !
Kahukv i.)i ill
(Inw.id) t. Sun. I'IH VAUV KAILV
AM. A.M I'M P.M.
Kahuku ' "
WaUlua no ... a to
Walanat , .... 1 10 ... J IS
t-a Mill v.to T 1 01 tit
I'tailCny 6i lot ii)i' .It
Honolulu tiv B.ji to; f ?6
F C. SMITH. Oen'l PaBB. & Tlclttt Agt.
Q. P. DE.NIHON, Superintendent
iMraB. yJBlBXP' ""'jiL.1
II K. I'ahau (hclrsi to A. N.
Campbell; xt-eutor's deed, one-sixth
Interest In Kills. MTiJ and ilas, Kawal
ahno, Honolulu, Oahu. Hook '-':3, page
197. Dated AURUst 51, 1P01.
Slnu ChonK & Co. to Von llamm
Vouiik Company. Limited: assignment
of niortRUKe; mortRUKf Pah On, leas-
Holds. bulldlnRs, etc.. Walmea. Kauai;
U'S.991.10. Hook 23ft, pasv '.'8. Dated
No ember 3, 1S01.
Pah On to Von llamm-Younc Co..
Ltd.; agreement; In ro mortKiiKe on
leaseholds, bulldlnTs, ete.. Walmea,
hnual: i:".'.99l.l. Hook 1'2L page 101.
waieti ,oemDer 6, iwi,
Recorded November 6, 1901.
J. K. I.ota and wife to A. Wilcox:
tl 'd; Interest In pleev land. Hanalel,
Kauai; ii. nook 219. pam 127. Datei.
October Sii, 1901.
J. K. Lota and wife to A. S. WII
rex; mortKaKt'i H. P. filtil and Kills.
7U05 and 3Ct and piece land. Hanalel,
Kauai; Kul. 50i), Kallblkai. Kauai;
piece land. Anahola, Knual; J."00. Hook
-"II. mik' 29. Dated Odiibi-r 20, 1901.
M. Kaohelf tu J C Cluney; mort
Kane; poriion Kul. BJj, Keoneiila. Ho
imliilii, Oahu; $100. Hook 230, page
11. Dated November I. 1901.
I.ulilkaii et al. to Ida Akatt; ,1, ,,!
Kul. li,:.9. I'uueo. Hllo, Hawaii; llf.o.
HiHik 229. pane 128 Dated October
lMouard Delallle. Trench bark. 1730
tons; wheat or barley to United KlnK
tlnui, llare, Antwerp or DuuKlrk. t2;
pilot- tu uriival.
UudeiiMir, American schooner, 1Sj
ton (al Kureka); redwood thence to
Manila, !! Hs; by Charles Nelsou
Co.: prior to arrival.
F. S. Clampl. Italian ship. 153S tons;
wheat to Fnlti'd KlnRdom, Havre, An
twerp or Dunkirk, i Ks; by l
Kiiuttmnn. prior to arrUal.
Galena. llrltUU ship, 21U9 tous (at
Taeoma); wheat tln'nee to I'nltud
KliiKilom. Hmre, Antwerp or Dunkirk,
tl 15s, by Kpplnxer i to.; prior to
Haddon Hall, Hritlsh bark. 1332
tons; wheat to United Kingdom. Hav
re, Antwerp or Dunkirk, 1 12 Gd;
by Half our, Guthrie & Co.
Hereford, yorweglan bark. 13S0
tons; wheat io United Kingdom, Hav
re, Antwerp or Dunkirk, 1 17u tid; by
Balfour. Outhrle & Co.: prior to arriv
al, and not as previously .reported.
Kona, American scnooncr, ti- tons
(at Cbeiuainus); lumber theneo U
Valparaiso, f. o C2 Su 9d; by llalfour,
Guthrie & Co.; prior to arrival.
Udy Wentworth, Hritlsh ship. 2JJ2
tons; wheat tu United Kingdom, Hav
re, Antwerp or Dunkirk, xl 17s Oil,
by Kpplnger & Co.; prior to arrival,
IarKicmore, Hritlsh ship, ll&ti tons;
wheat to United Kingdom. Havre, All'
twerp or Dunkirk, 1 12s Cd; by G.
W. McNt'iir. prior to arrival.
l.uclle American ship. I29i tons.
coal from Ojster Harbor to Mbel; by
Chus. Nelson Co.
Mnry I:. Foster, American sihooner,
S39 tons, passengers and merchnndlMi
o Hoiiotulii u llawailnu Line, by WII'
Hams. Dlmond & (.'u.
The Dutch shin Nvderland mlsstil
her cancelling dato and was re-ehnrter-id
at CI 12s Cd; by O. W. MuNear.
(). M. Kellogg, American schooner,
373 tons (at F.urekn); redwood thencn
to Hllo, by Chas. Nelson Co.
Orontes, Hritlsh ahlp, 123C tons;
wheat thence to United i.lngdom, Hav
re, Antwerp or Dunkirk, XI 18s; by
J, J. Moore & Co.; prior to arrival.
Itlverkdale. Hritlsh snip, 2057 tons
(at Kau Diego); wheat from i'omand
to United Kingdom, Havre, Antwerp
or Dunkirk, -1 IS.
Santa. Hritlsh bark, 899 tons (at
Fraser lllver); salmon thencu to on
don, .C2 2h Cd; 11 Liverpool, C2 la 9d;
option of whent from Taeoma, 2; by
Kvans, Coleman & Hvuns; prior to ur
rival. W. II. Smlm, American schooner,
190 tons; at lllnkclcy); lumber thence
to Cnllun. C2 in; by Kenton, Holmes
V Co., prior to arrival.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coalings Oil
Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, completely sur
rounded by as rich ollproduclns wells
as there arc In thu State, yielding from
CO to 2o0 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at the Coil
Inga wells, 70 cents pr barrel.
With twenty-live producing wells of
100 barrels each per day, you can
make jour own calculation as to
The oil industry or California is in
Its Infancy, yet many fortunes hate
been made by Judicious and lucky In
vestments In oil stock. Maay mor.
will bo made In the near future.
The average advance on original
sales of oil stock In twenty leading
companies In California baa been
from II to $108 per share.
Oil lands have advanced from $1.25
to $1,000 and $2,000 per acre.
When tho l"nclnc Union OH Com
pany has a number of producing well,
on its property. Its stock will have
the Mime show for even a greater ad
vance, as some oil stock has advanced
from $1 to $1,000 per share.
The Pacific Union Oil Company nt
no salaried officers, and la controlled
by well-known gentlemen 01 integrity,
who will sen tnat the money derived
from the sale of stock will be legiti
mately npplled to the development ot
its property. ...
For further Information, apply to J.
it. riHIIHIl & CO.. Stock and Hon!
Urokers, and Hawaiian agents for the
sale of a limited amount of Pacific
Union Oil Company stock. Stangsv
wald building. Merchant street.
Change In Passenger Fares.
On and after December 1st, 1901.
the following change In passenger
fares will go Into'effect. vU:
Deck rates between Honolulu and
the Island of Hawaii will be Increased
from $2.00 to $3.00. ....
Cabin rales between Honolulu and
liana, Hamoa and Klpahulu. on the
Island of Maul, will be Increased from
IiUk) tu 17.00.
C. I.. WIRHT.
1979 til l'lesldfnt.
Resolved. Tlint our liiiiiilijiiillon luvn should 1' so changed as t' prohibit
nnd prevent us fur a nlhl tit.- Inndlnir "f nnnrehltis wllhln the borders of
the United Statcs.-Natlon.il Asiinlitlii "f Merchants nnd Trnwleis.
Albania, Noiwcglnu ship, UOtJ tons
Hit I'liruuudj; wiieitt tnenio to I'iui
1:1! hingtioiu, liavie, Antwerp or Hun
nirh, l: is ta; ny ,. Ilerg.
.nue tie llrcinyn", 1-rench burk,
l5io 1011.1; w-neat 10 cniteit Mnguom,
tluvie, Antwerp or Dunklrh. 1 Us 9d.
liHiuuuu, tititisii snip, 210b ions (ni
I'oniainU; wheat thence tu I'nllcd
i.iiiguoiii, Havre, Antwerp or Umikin-
.t.i tot, prior 10 arrival,
lliaiauttie, Hrmsa ship, 1952 tons;
wheal tiii'iitu to tinted tingdoui. uav
ie, Antwerp or Duiihirk, J.I Iss ya: 11
men naniiiM', ,.2; oy iialiour, Outunu
a: co., pnor to arrival.
Hi man isles, iinusn snip, 2287 tons;
wiient to I nui'U mngdoiii, Havre, .u
tvveip ur Duni.irl., xJ lis Jet; o (jir
v In t: i.jru.
Larlislu City, Hritlsh steamer, 1S9I
torn, iai sau iieguj, wlieal 11-0111 iui
pou 10 .11. Vincent, 1. 0., ul i-ln; uy
iiiufoiii, (iuiliiie &: Li,, pnor iu ur
iuui. 'I lie lepoited i'..ni1i ol the Urltlsh
slilp t.'.iincitu ..leweiiju was au erior;
llll' VI'SM'I Is luv,
C'lielllliioid, IliltUh ship. 2197 Ions,
iv Ileal In I uiti'il .tiug'lom, llavie, An
twerp 01 1, mil. irk, i.t 10s Jd; ii bai
l'j, ii IC 9i; by ,4ul WuiigeuUeliur.
1'iiur in annul.
ciu.ader, Hritlsh steamer. 2752 tous 1
(ut Portland) ; supplies thence to .Ma
nila, by United States Uuv eminent.
The following order verbatim et
literatim Is said to have been received
by an iiuilertakiT one morning lately
from nn afflicted widower: "Sur, my
Waif Is ded, and' Wonts to be berried
tu-morro. At wonuur klok, U uomi
witlr too dig the Hole -lie the snld'of
nil I'tlier waifs - Let It be diep."
INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAVIGA
TION CO., LTD.
Notice to Passengers.
The Bulletin, 75 cents p?r month.
On und nfter Ik-comber lt, 10"1.
the following changes In passenger
fnies will go Into effect, viz.:
Cabin rates between Honolulu and
r.ltele. Maknwcll, Walmea. Kapaa.
Anabnla, Kllaui-n and Hanalel, ou the
IkIiuiiI nf Knual, will be Increased from
$0,00 to $7.00.
Cabin rntes between Honolulu and
Kenlukt-kua and all ports beyond. In
tho District of Kona. on the Island of
llawuil, will be Increased from $10.04
Cabin rules between Honolulu aud
Honuapo and Punaluu, on the Island
of Hawaii, will bo Increased from
$12.00 to $13.00.
IWk rates between Honolulu and
the Island of Kauai will be Increased
from $2.00 to $2.50.
Dock rates between Honolulu and
the Island of Hnwali will bo Increat-ed
IN TIIK ClltCUIT C'OIIHT OF THH
Second Circuit, Territory of Hawaii,
at Chambers, In Probate. In the Mat
ter of the Hstatt- of Maria P. Slender,
Into of Wnllilkii, Maul, Deceased Intes
tate. On reading nnd tiling tho poll
Hon of A. K. Stender, husband of de
ceased, of Walliiku, Muul, alleging that
Maria P. Sleuder, of Wailuku. Maul,
Territory of Hawaii, died intestate, at
Vl'nllltLl, tiilll nfnt-.M.fil.1 rn It... ITtt.
dny of dciolior, 1901, lenvlng property i,ro. ,2-00 .,0 J00'
in tin- naw-niiaii isianus nocesbary to
bo administered upon, nnd praying
Hint Letters of Administration Issue
tu A. K. Hli'iidtr. t-ald Petitioner.
It Is ordered that Friday, .ho 27th
day ir Di'teinlier, I9U1, nt 10 oVIook
it. m , be ami hereby Is nppointed for
bearing said Petition In Hid Court
lli.om of tli's Court at Wailuku, Maul,
at ublcli lime niul p.ici all persons
cone i-rned iiutj .ippear mill show- cutihe,
If any tln-j biivt-, why kiiu 1'ctltlou
should not bo grunted.
Wailuku. Maul, October 2., 1991.
lly tin- Court:
Ml special ratei, except to clergy
men, will bo abolished on thn above
J. UNA. President.
Honolulu, November I. 1901.
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