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ceanic " Steamship Company
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iVENTURA NOV. 20
ALAMEDA NOV. 23
. In cnnfWtlnn wlh , AittMM -. ..
-- . ; , " """i, ui mo auure steamers, mo agents are pre
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road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
Jork by any steamship lino to alt European ports.
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QENERAL A0ENT8 OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
- Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
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t Steamers of the above eompanlea will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the datea below mentioned.
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CHINA NOV. 30
DORIC DEC. 10
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S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about Oct. 20.
3. OREQONIAN, 8,000 tons, to aall
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S. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to aall
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THE TRAINS DAILY
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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
ghop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Cbalrs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
H. LOTHROP, Oeneral Agent
US Third street, Portland, Oregon,
w HITCHCOCK. Qeneral Agent
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. L. LOMAX, 0. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
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SEB THE COUNTRY.
' Carrlagoa meet the S. 8. Mauna Loa
at Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookena, where the steamer Is met
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
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SIERRA NOV. 19
ALAMEDA DEC. 4
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PERU DEC. 3
COPTIC DEC. 10
t-rom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, B. C.)
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AOuaNGI DEC. 13
MOANA JAN. 16
about Dec. 10.
about Jan. 10.
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Islands of the group except Kauai.
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TBL., MAIN 131.
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KING STRFET LINE
Car Itivt WIWkI lor town i wj 1 13,64s A n.
Alii tvery 15 minute ibtrwdrr til 104$ 11:14 an4
(141 V M. from Wa kite I (u tu th Punahou Mablct.
Can leave R Ranee or Mawaa twltcb tortown at
I 5) A.M. and every 11 minute thtteaftei Mil 11 &P.M
Larv leave Fort ani Klnc meet corner fur Halama
at 6.10 A.M. and every ij minute after till it tj
Can leave for Palarta onh at t and o A M.
Cars leave Palama for W'aikihl sitAM, anl every
15 minute 1 tl'l 9 4j r H , then at tt,ts nd to is PM
Tn imiP.M from Palama for ruruhou nly co
to Walkut on Saturday.
ra leave ron ana King itretit rornei ioi Kirit
Ranee at 5 0 ani jo a m
Cars leave Fort and klnc street corntr f or Watklkt
at 6 ofA.M. andevtiyis minutes iiluocKM then at
to.uand tens p.m. The i.HM foes to Walklkl
on Saturdays only.
BERETANIA STREET AND I'VITAM) VALLEY,
Cars leave Punahou Statu for Town at 1 wand
lor Town and Valley at 3 40 j jo b k wt t 40 t and
Cars leave OahiiColleee I r tnwr and Valley at
6. jo 6 50 and 7.10 A.M and ever) io minim t till 10.10
r.m. except me even nour ana r.air, ntur care wnicn
run from me UDie,
Cars leave Nuuanu Vatle at 6 ic t y? ( jo a.m and
every 10 minutes thereafter till u , km
Cars leave Fort and Quve't vtireti tor Punahou
Collere at 6 05 6 j 6 43 A m anl eery 10 minutes
aftr nil u 43 P.M. After ttut tNt- cait run tu the
stable up to 1 i.sop.m huh l it last car from Town,
reachlnc.t" Stable at ni)p KM
O R. & L. Co.
1'iom mid after January 1, 1RD0.
Perl City ..
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V C. SMITH. QenT Pass, k Ticket Agt
u. r. ujJNiMUi, aupertctecaent
If used as I direct It is a poslth-o euro and cannot fall. It gives tho
vitalizing power of electricity, without burning or blistering, to every weak
ened part, developing tho full vigor uf manhood. It removes all the effects
of Indiscretions or excesses forever.
I guarantee a euro. If I say I can euro I don't dsk any one to tako
chances on my Invention. It doesn't coit you anything If I fall.
8PECIAL NOTICE. If you liavo an old belt of another mako which lu
burned nffll blistered you, or ono th.it did not possess electricity, bring 1:
In nnd I will allow one-half tho prlco it mine for it.
I give a Ireo test to call who call. If you can't call I will send you my
btautirully Illustrated book with full information free. Call or write now.
Dr.- M. H. McLaughlin,
PROGRESS IN SUGAR
AS CREATED BY
To tho President, Trustees and Mom-I
bcrs of tho Hawaiian Sugar Plan-1
Gentlemen: Your committee on su
rar manufacture submits the follow
In modern factories nine-roller mills
provided with Krajowsky crushers or
other equally efficient apparatus for
preparing tne cane, aro now ucmg
It is well known that dlttcrcnt va
llMIes of cane vary in milling quali
ties, some parting with their juices
nwr readily than others, and there In
often a great difference in tho fiber
fciici sugar contents from fields espe
cially if the land Is rolling whero tho
sum- variety of cane is grown.
It is usually considered that with
mills as described, a good extraction
iipproxlmntcs 93 per cent of tho total
augur In tho cane. For tho purpose
u( comparing the Influence of tho liber
uud sucrose content of the cane on
tho extraction, and assuming that the
tinUysIs of tho bagasse. In all cases.
IE as follows: Sucrose 5 per cent,
:ilier 40 per cent, tbo following table
ban been prepared:
Biic-roso Fiber in Cane
in 10 11 12 13
Cane. Per cent
1J, ext 93.25 92.G6 91.87 91.18
1t ext 92.80 92.06 91.33 90.60
Z ext 92.28 91.60 90.70' 89.78
IS?, ext 91.09 90.84 90.00 89.1S
Tho difference of tbo increased fiber
content in the cane will be found In
actual -practice to HaVo a greater ef
fect In preventing tbo extraction of
the Juice than that gives In the abovn
"In Louisiana, the difference be
tween 10 per cent and 12 oer cent nf
IjW In tho cano reduces Its valuo 6
P"r cent from an extraction nolnt nf
view." Louisiana Planter, November
It will bo apparent that a mill grind-
log cano containing 13 per cent sugar
ltd 13 per cent fiber, and obtaining an
extraction of 89.15 per cent, will bn
doing better work than a mill grinding
rane of 1C per cent sugar and 10 per
cent fiber and obtaining an extraction
of 93.25 per cent. '
. Maceration The advantages of
maceration In the extraction of sugar
i.viu ui vuuu are uow recognized in
all HUgar cano count lies, but this svs.
tern Is not yet used to such an extent
I) these .Islands as at tho Colonial
Sugar Refinery Company's estate la
FIJI and Queensland.
In all cases where tho lulrn nnnrnv.
Ironies a purity of 90 per cent a dllu
uoikh i rum ju 10 i& por cent may bo
nried to advantage, and If tho sucrose
mfui ui wu cauo is mgn. a dilution 0 steady stream Into n mechunlcal
uf from 20 to 25 per cent will be found mlxor, at tho sam tlmo the forag
luofliaule, provided tho bagasso fur with which the molasses Is to be In
uiHht's sufficient fuel for tbo require corporatcd Is also fed Into the ma
ronts of the factory. .. water not cx chine. Tbcro Issues irom tuo mixer a
c-MlIng a temperature of 1C3 Fahren coarse grained mass which In several
hut be used, the greater part of tho hours becomes a dry product easily
Impurities extracted by tho macera- broken up and preserved. Material
tlon water w.u be removed In clarl- uswl arc wheat straw, corn, etc.
WB- , , Louisiana Planter, April 14, 1900.
Diffusion The (llffuslon process Is A food for stock has been made b
not popular as a means of extracting grinding cornstalks to powder, mixing
H.gar from cane, on account of the this with molasses, and then pressing
rtt or fuel, and also becauso tho long It Into cakes hy means of a hydraulic
exposure of me cano to water -of high press. It can then be shipped as eas
temperature extracts more than by Ily as baled l-y.' Kor feeding . It Is
tho milling process, of the pectlnous broken up and mixed with water,
(gums) and nitrogenous substances Kxtenslvo experiments In feeding
lumlds), which cannot bo removed by molasses to horses have been mailt
tbti ordinary processes of clarification, by tho Colonial Sugar Hetinlng Corn
cud consequently luterfero with the pany, and the ration recommended lor
recovery of tho sugar; this Is more animals weighing 1200 pounds Is fif
: "" " tou iiuYiuK juices oi
ih nuw most In ravor with planters
DiaiwnK sugar ror refineries. Mr. rrln-i-tn
Ucerllgs or Java Bays or super
nlltlng: "From a rhemlcal point o(
view, sufierheat clarification stands In
110 respects ueiiluu ttio usual dureta-
lion process, whilst Its mechanical ad,
vcutages aro many,"
hvaporotlon Thu concentration or
Ihn clarified and settled or filtered
lulca should be performed as rapidly
DP possible, and tnis Is now nrrnm.
I'llslied In modorn factories by means
win Vi i"".
. ....uuu ,.o .uutu ui imj iiupuri
jos are precipitated In concentrating
inn juice, nuering tho Byrup, particu-
larly ir tho Juice uas boon superheat
od, would be of.advantagc, as It would
,-. ...u,u umuj ui uicBu iiiiHinuvs.
Crystallization In order to get thu
best results Irom Impiiiojuhcs In boll,
liiK to grain, tho vacuum pan should
haM) ample heating sunace, well tils-
ti Minted, so that the cliculatUin Is
systmnatued and defined Into uncoil
lllctlng cm rents, Horn tho perlphcriil
estreniltles touaid thu center, whvio
by tho essential momentum or clrcu
let Ion can bo established,
Crystnlllzers aro now In uso In sev
eral factories in theso Islands. A ie
port was presented by Mr. (loodale of
tho work accomplished by Mr. John
ton, chemist for tho Wnlalua Agricul
A lo port or tho Investigations or Mr,
I'rlncen Ocerligs In Java on crystnl
liter work has already been brought
to your attention by Mr. fleorgo Itoss
In the September number or the
Drying Sugars Water driven ccn-
This Is a message to men. It Is 'o
men who want to feel like men, to look
like men and act like men. This Is to
men who lack courage, whoso nerves
nro shaky, whoso eyes have lost tin
sparkle, whoso brains nro muddlej,
ideas confused, sleep restless, confi
dence gone, Bplrtts low and easily de
pressed, who aro backward, hesitating,
unable to venture becauso they are
afraid of failure, who want somebody
to decide for them, who are weak, pu
ny, restless. It is to men who have part
or all of theso symptoms and want new
life, new forco, new vigor. I offer it
to you In my wonderful
It has restored health and strength
to thousands of weak and Impotent
70S Market St.,
Snn Frnnclco, Cnl.
trifugals are growing In favor, and
have many advantages over tho belt
driven machines. Oranulators art
used only In a feW factories.
Preservation of Sugar In Storage or
Transit. Cleanliness In all depart
ments, careful clarification of the Juice
and watchfulness to prevent incipient
fermentation In the BUgar Iioubo. Hils
and careful drying of the sugar bo
tore packing, will usually bo found
sufllcicnt to prevent deterioration; 11
has been suggested to disinfect tho
packing material aund to protect the
sugar as much as possible from moist
ure by suitable covering, when stored
or In transit. It has been found .that
tho alkalinity of sugar does not affect
Us keeping (ualitlcs.
Utilization or Waste Products The
valuo of press cake as a fertilizer has
already been brought to your attention
In tho report on Manufacture, of 1899
Uagasse as Fuel Excellent results
hnvo been obtained by burning the ba
gasse in furnaces of the Dutch oven
type, having stcpladder grate bars.
Tuc value of bagasse as It comes from
the mills as compared with good coal
Is as follows:
3.34 tons of bagasse, containing 42.80
per cent moisture equals ono ton ut
4.17 tons or bagasse, containing 51
cr cent pf moisture, equals ono ton
Mr. Hubert EdBon or Louisiana pro
poses to use the heat of the chimney
gcres to dry the bagasse before using.
and In this way effect a saving of-'lD
icr cent in Its rucl value.
The urocesk uf making DiDer from
bagasse at a large mill in 'icxas Is 'de
scribed In the Louisiana Planter of
Eight million pounds. of
made from 4u,O00,U0u
pounnds of bacaasn.
The paper sells
at 2 cents per pound, making the total
value of this product $160,000. Tne
cost or manufacture is not given, but
that It pays Is shown by the tact that
mills In Louisiana will Bhortly add
this branch of manufacture to their
. The day may not be far distant
when sugar will be shipped in con-
taluers made from bagasse, and hav-
ing greater strength than those now
used, and with air and water proof
Molasses as Food for Live Stuck
The valuo of sugar as food has bceu
we., demonstrated by numerous ex
periments made in Europe and Amer
ica. The value of molasses as a food
for live stock should not bo overlook
ed. In Germany molasses is prepared
rb food for cattle liv hnatlntr It nn m
HU degrees and then Introducing It In
iten pounds 01 moiasst's, ttircu pounui
bran and four Hounds mnizi iwr ,lnv
wiiu nil inu cone lops inoy will cat.
This si stem of feedlne is emlnrRcrl
by Dr. Ualyrymple, tho most promt,
nent veterinarian In Louisiana.
Manufacture or Alcohol rrom .Mo
asses tne iroce38 or wonting cane
sugar molasses Is essentially the
same as for beet sugar molashvs. Thr
nuilniutpa in iiiiut,i iih .,r .i -,.i.
dulated with sulphuric odd until It will
slightly red litmus paper. The proc-
ess In a large distillery In Krance Is
nn fnllnwa- lllli nnnn.1. ,.t n.i.
aro taken for each fermenting vat of
j.i gallons capacity, whlcn gle
10 iuh masn a concentration or about
14 per cent. To this is added sum
elent molasses lees, whlcn Increases
tne concentration about 5 per cant,
Tho mass Is biought to fermentation
wiui user yeast at n temperature or
K8 Uegiees to 77 degrees r Kermen
tutlon Is evtiemely lolent and pui.
duces in the extmordlnarily large
quantity or mash luiiiiciitlng In otic
vat such an Inrrt-Obu In tcmnerature
as to necessitate tho cooling or tnr
rcrmentlng muss by cold water clrcii
luting In laige serpentine pipes placed
In the center nf the vat, Tho temper
ature must never uso abov 1)3.2 K.
Should the commencement of fermen
tatlon be delayed tho temperature can
be lalsed by tho ell dilation or warm
water through tho scrpentlno pipes.
Kei mentation Is generally consider
od complete In forty-eight hours, nnd
the yield is given as 13.G ganons or 9
per cent alcohol horn 100 kllogramt
(220 pounds) or molasses.
Tho manufacture or molasses Into
alcohol could be accomplished In the
sugar house without additional ma
chinery. Syrup and molasses tanks
Instruments Filed for Record Novem
ber 19, 1901.
Mrs. It, Kaaialll J. K. Kaholoku-
la : D.
G. N. Wilcox Wong Tan L.
E. II. Ilaltey Mary llal A.M.
O. West S. M. Angus I).
W. A. Hardy & Co. Bishop & Co.
W. L. Austin D. L. Peterson ......
D. L. Peterson O M. Cookc.Mtg.
12. Macfarlane nnd husb. Union
Feed Co M.
Lam lloo Chin Wing Sing Lung
Ilnwall Land Co. Hi O. Marcliant
Lew era & Cookc-Lum Chilli? ...Kcl.
Lum Chlng 11. UenJe M.
L. L. Cooke, tr. W. i.. Austin. Ilcl.
Instruments Filed for Record Novem
ber 2b, 1.-1.
Mary A., Short and husb. L. C.
Ah Neo Afllt.
Katie Dickenson and husb. A. '..
fta rui r Fs Ka fta fia Pa fci Pa fa pa ra
could bo used for fermenting vats and
an ordinary slnnilanl double effect enn
easily bo converted Into n still by
keeping the tubes or drum of the sec
ond effect surrounded by cold water
and drawing off the apor from the
mash In the first pan, as condensed
through the exhaust pipe of the sec
ond effect. Two parts of kiln dried
tnnlt and one pait uf compressed yeast
(beer yeast of good quality) to luO
of molasses should be used to start
K. K. OLDlfSU,
C. C. KENNEDY,
llllo, Nov. 15. Judge Llttlo render
ed a decision Wednesday In tho caso
or li. llackfcld & Co. s. Tlio llllo
Itallroad Company, Limited, Smith 4
Corey and Herman Klderts.
Tho suit was brought by the plain
tiffs to recover I9023.V5 on account of
cash and materials furnished to l?ld-
crts, who was a sub-contractor under
Smith's Corey, constructors of the
llllo railroad. Tho chief contractors
and tho railroad company wero mado
defendants on tho ground that the
claim was a lien upon their property.
rno court ncid mat tno evlunnco lit
the caso railed to establish the exist
ence or "lvlty between tho plaintiff
and the railroad company or Smith
& Corey, In respect to the transaction
out or which the litigation grew. The
court also held that the plaintiff's ac
count against the sub-contractor and
co-dcrendant Eldcrts lor cash advanc
ed to pay laborers, and lor materials
and supplies furnished by It In the
construction of the. certain portion ot
the llllo railroad, creates no lien on
the railroad In favor of tho plaintiff.
The court concludes by rendering
judgment ror plaintiff against Herman
tjidcrts for balance duo on cash ac
counts with interest, (4959.12, and in
the further sum of 14064.83, balanco
with interest for merchandise. And
further holding that the plaintiff Is
not entitled to a Hen upon tho whoU
or any part or said railroad or any nf
Wise & Klckeus, attorneys (or the
plaintiff, will carry the case up on bill
of exceptions. Smith & Parsons rep
fescnted tho defendants.
Last Tuesday, tho case of Wa Took,
fined by Judge Hapat the sum or $150
lor having che fa tickets In his posses
sion, was heard by Judge Llttlo on ap
peal. The case which consumed three
days In the District Court, was long
winded In tho Circuit Court. Thu ,nr.
flculty of carrying on the trial or a
case in several languages was forcibly
Illustrated. In tho examination or wit
nesses the questions would bo asked
In ,Kngllsh to a Hawalan Interpreter,
me iuhuiibu wouiu pass ii 10 a Chi
nese interpreter, wno would propound
nn.- iiui-Biiuu io me witness in the
tongue of Confucius. The answer
would come back throush the umn
system of relays, reaching tho cars or
inu court ana tno court stenographer
iti i-uuno r.iiKiisil.
Wednesday morning Judgo Little'
rendered a decision lu the caso, up
holding the sentenrn lmnnat l.w
Judge Ilapal. Tho court said It had
considered tho evldenco and tho rec
ord with care and would sUBtaln tho
lower it . -t. Tho Judge remarked
that cho la Is a dangerous and pornl-
...uud Kumt: mm mui ii must no broken
tip In HIIo. adding that ne would have
sustained the lower court If the fine
had bem as high as 500.
In the estates of Kane, Kiipao. Hoa
llku and Kawaa, the petition of the
administratrix, Koahlalapa, for dls
charge was granted Monday by Judge
Little and bondsmen released.
T. C. llldgway was appointed ad
ministrator In the estates or Mako,
Ilalll and Daniel under bonds of $500
ror each estate.
In the rase or II. L. Jones vs. J. K
Peterson ror specific performance ol
contract, tho defendant's demurrer has
Judge Llttlo rendered a decision
Thursday in the caso or Chas. H. Fair
er, trustee for K. Tomlshlma. bank
rupt, vs. II. Haolcfpiri a. rv. ii..
Judgment In favor of tho defendant.
me acuon was Drought In equity to
tnrorco surrender or preference. It
was shown that tho bankrupt had ex
edited a mortgage to tho dcrcndanl
Just three months and eleven days bo
lore petition or creditors was fllod,
asking that he bo adjudged a bank
lupt. The other creditors sought to
'"'"i"1 Biirrenucr or mis claim on
tho ground that It was secured by the
mortgage with tho Intent to defraud
other creditors within the meaning of
the Ilankrupt Art.
Tho court held that tho ovldenco in
tho cause does not disclose a stato of
fticts under the law as would Indicate
that the mortgage In question was giv
en with n Wew to glvo n preference to
the defendant. Smith & Parsons lor
Illinium: wise & NIckous ror derend
ant. In the case of Itobort Andrews vs,
Kohnla & HIIo Itnllrnml f'n I 1,1 n
bill ror specific performance of con
tract, Judgo Little rendered n decision
Thursday In favor or plaintiff. Trib
une. MYRTLE MEETING.
A general meeting or tho Myrtlo Hon
Oliih will bo had this evening at the
lioathouse to discuss tha'mnlfrr nf His
new house. All members aro requested
'n ue present as matters of ureal Im
portance will be discussed.
You have paid or two or three homes during your lifetime.
Especially If you have been paylna rent! and we regret that
you have nothing to show for the money spent In this manner.
We have now on sale bts In the beautiful Puupueo Tract,
which contains the finest suburban property In Honolulu. This
tract commands a magnificent view of mountains and ocean, has
macadamized streets, artesian water, and the electric car line
passes through the property. Fd any further Information regard
ing prices, terms, etc., aefdress
ISLAND REALTY COMP'Y
A. T. HAGBNKAMP. Manager.
IMPORTANT TO SPORTSMEN.
The management or tho Hotel Hale-
Iwa makes the announcement that it
has 'secured tor tho exclusive uso or
guests the prlvllcgo or shooting gamo
ocr the lands or tho Oahu Hallway U
Land Company, In Walalua and Koo-
lauloa, on tho Island ol Oahu. 'ino
shooting ot game on tho said lands Is
prohibited by tho Oahu Hallway &
I-ind Company to other than hotel
guests. Parties desiring to avail
themselves ol iheso privileges are re-
minded of tho statuto requirement con
cerning me curryiuK ui un-urius
C. P. IAUKKA,
Hunting, shooting or tho carrying
of firearms on any or the lands owned
or leased by the OAHU KA1LWAY ..
LAND COMPANY Is absolutely for
bidden. All rights ol tho company In
thq Districts or Walalua and Koolau
Ion are (cscrved lor Halciwa Hotel.
Trespassers will bo prosecuted to
tho full extent ol tho law.
D. K. DILLINOHAM,
POWER OF ATTORNEY.
During my absence from tho Torrl
tcry, Hurbcrt Ohman, foreman of my
shop, will act for me under full power
Honolulu, T. H- Nov. 11, 1901.
E. U. BATH.
1991-1 m Plumber.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
Tho regular meeting of tho Frater
nal Order of Eagles will be held In
St. Antonio Hall on Wednesday. No-
vembcr 20th, at 7:
1997 Nov. 18, 20.
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL
Night watchmen furnished for build
ings, business property and residences.
Builders will do well to consult Bow
HONOLULU RAPID TRANSIT A
Commencing on Sunday, the 17th
November, cars will stop at the near
side of Intersecting streets only, io
tako on and let off passengers.
C. O. BALLENTYNE.
Manager II. It. T. & L. Co.
Honolulu, Nov. 16th. 1901.
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
On Saturday, December 21st, 1901,
at 12 o'clock noon at tho front en
franco or tho Judiciary bunding, will
be sold at Public Auction, tho Lcnsn
or that certain pleco or parcel ol land,
sltualo at Palama Kill, In Honolulu,
Oahu, known nnd described as the
fish pond or "Kunlllwlll," with
Minks, lands nnd ioles ronnected
tiiitrowlth and belonging thereto, be
Inr tho samo premises now occupied
end under cultivation by Chin Wo &.
Co., rlco planters.
Term FIo Years.
Upset Itentnl $275 por annum, pay.
nblo Boml-nnnually In advance.
Lease tu commenco Irom January 1,
1902, at which dato possession of,
above land bo given.
For further particulars npply at '
tne I'uuilc Lands Office. Honolulu.
. KDWAHD 8. BOYD,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Public LandB Office. Nov. 16th, 1901
THE AMOUNT PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
HOME TOO. j k
At the entrance
to the Famous
lao Vallev. and
easy access to
volcano In the
World. . .
for Tourists and
ISLAND OF MAUI.
WILDER'S STEAM8HIP COMPANY.
Honolulu. November 14, 1901.
On nnd alter December 1st next -all
rrclehts must be nrcnald unless other
arrangements bo made at tho ofTtco
or the company, corner Fort and
Queen streets, previous- to that date,
o. .. WIOHT, President.
WILDER'8 STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Change In Passenger Fares.
On and after December 1st, 1901.
the following chango In passenger
fares will go into effect, vix:
Deck rates 'between Honolulu and
the .Island of Hawaii will bo Increased
Irom $2.00 to $3.00.
Cabin rates between Honolulu and
liana, Hamoa and Klpahulu. on the
Island of Maul, will be Increased from
$G.00 to $7.00.
Deck rates irom Honolulu to Maui
ports will bo Increased from $2.00 to
All special rates, excepting to cler
gymen, will be abolished on October
C. U WIGHT.
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
" Notice to Shippers.
Shippers are notified that a now
freight schedulo will go Into effect on
ard after December 1st. 1901.
Information In regard to changes In
rates can be obtained at the office ot
tho company, corner Fort and Queen
C. L. WIGHT,
1991-to Jan. 1 President
INTER-I8LAND STEAM NAVIGA
TION CO., LTD.
Notice to Passengers.
On and after. December 1st, 1901,
tho following changes In passenger
tares will go Into effect, viz.:
Cabin rates between Honolulu and
F.lecle. Maknwcll, Walmca. Kapaa.
Anahola, Kllauea and Hanalel, on the
Island ot Kauai, will bo Increased from
$0.00 to $7.00.
Cabinrates between Honolulu and
Kealakekua and all ports beyond. In
tho District of Kona. on the Island 'of
Hawaii, will be Incrcaac'd from $10.00
to $11.00. .
Cabin ratcB between Honolulu and
llonuapo and Punaluu, on the Island
or Hawaii, will bo Increased front
$12.00 to $13.00.
Deck rates between Honolulu and
the iBlantl of Kauai will bo increased
from $2X0 to $2.50.
Deck rates between Honolulu and
tho Island nf Maul, will bo Increased
from $2 to $2.50.
Dock rates between Honolulu and
the Island of Hawaii will bo Increased
rrom iz.uo t. $3.00.
All special rates, except to clergy
men, will be abolished on the above
. J. ENA. President
Honolulu, November 4, 1901.
INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAVIGA
TION CO, LTD.
Notice to Shlpp'ers.
Shippers aro hereby notified thnt
on and after December 1st. l'Jdl. a
now freight schedulo will go Into ef
fect. luiuiuiiuii in regaru io ino
changes In ratB can bo obtained by
calling nt tho nlllco of tho cimrmny
Queen street, Honolulu. J. ENA.
HART & CO.,
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