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BVBN1NU BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. 1 THUR8DAY. NOV. 2l, 1801.
Lines of Travel.
ceanic Steamship Company
Tne iteamorg of this line will arrlv
rilOM BAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA NOV. 23
.5tSuiS?!i7 iilh0 8a"lng of ",0 abovo "mera. the agents aro pre-
York h?vl2"CH t0. B" J-01"-" I" - VMoi SUtes, and from New
York by any steamship lino to nil Euiopean ports.
FOn FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. a. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
ccidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
pteamera of the above companies
leave thlt port on or about the
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
J..a.K0N0 MAIllJ NOV. 23 NIPPON MARU NOV. 21
SilJNA NOV. JO PERU DEC. 3
SPRIG; DEC. 10 COPTIC DEC. 10
NIPPON MARU DEC. 18 ....."!......... ....
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. S. 8. CO.
H. H4CKF1BLO & CO. LTO. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of the above line, running In connection wltj the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. B. C, and Sydney, N.S.vV.,
and calling at Victoria, D.'C, Honolulu and Brisbane, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
From Vancouver anu Victoria, B. C.
(For Brisbane and Sydney.)
MOANA NOV. 2t
HIOWERA ,...DEC. 21
Through Tickets .Issued rrom tl3nolulu to Canada, United States and
Europe. For Freight and' Passage r.nd all general Information, apply to
Thco. H.Davlcg&Co.,Ltd., GenM Afientw.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
""DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
. NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
8. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about Oct. 20. .
8. OREGONIAN.,6,000 tons, to sail about Dec. 10.
8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, to sail about Jan. 10.
8. 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. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFCLD & CO., Ltd.
SCROS3 THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
' TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullnan Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Heading Kooms,
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
I. H. LOTHROP, General Agent.
136 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
. L. LOMAX, O. P. ft T. A.,
1471 Omaha, Nebraska.
Telephone to All Farts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. Q. HENKIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered for
8EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet tho 8. S. Mauna Loa
at Katlua and take passengers overland
to Hookena, where the steamer Is met
WUder's Steamship Company
1 FREIGHT AND
FOR I8LAND PORT8.
e and leave this port an hereunder:
FOH SAN FRANCISCO.
OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
will call at Honolulu and
dates below mentioned.
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
hrom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver. B. C.)
AOtiANOI DEC. U
MOANA JAN. JG
TOU CAN DO IT NOW
TBE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of'the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 tit.
Hoiolali Office, 315 Fort Si.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for jour mrssjc
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KING STREET LINE
Car Itavt Walkikl for tiwn 1 s 45 tj, Cam
anlcvtry if mlnutM therfifttr ti I 104;. 1114 and
1145 P M. from Waklklgo m the Punahuu Stable
Can kavt R Ranjc ur I'awja sltcb lor town at
S ua.m. aniery irinmithtettienlll ti dr.M
Can Have Hrt ni Klnj; f trwt cornrr It r Patama
at 6 10 A.M. anJ every ij minutes atur till 11 tj
Cars leave for PaJama only at j and doam.
Lars leave Palamafor Watkikfs 41 a M and every
i nlnutet till n i P M . then at it. 11 aril te j t.M.
TheittMP.M from Palama Inr PunHhtMj tnl sots
Cars leave Fort anJ Kins rtt( fcirn-r I11 Kifle
Rane at 5 so and 30 a. a.
Cars leave -ort and Klnc ktitt confer (or Waiklkl
at6cjA M. andeteiy 13 mtnutrt till iooi'.M thn at
10 Jjand n;isPM. ThttijiF.M goes to walk.ki
BERETANIA STREET ANp I'':UANU VALlhV
Cars leave Punahou Stat If f 1 Ttwnatt uand
for Ton and Velio at 40 5 50 0 n w (iui and
T.eo A. Mi
Cars leave Oahi) Collece tortmn ti Valley at
6.)o 6 50 and t.io A H and eerj 10 nnnutf till to 10
P.m. except the evn hour and half, houi mrs wMch
run from the Stable.
Carslcave Nuuanu VaPey at U ic 6 jo ( y a m and
every 10 minutes thereafter till 10 30 (.M
Can leave lurt and Queen streets tor Punahou
College at 6 o; 6 tj 6 4) A m and every 10 minutes
aner 1111 9 4) r.m. Aiier inai mr cats run u iu
Stable up to it. joi.M, which I Hi laitcar from li-wn,
reaching iheStab'e at iroP w.
O. R. & L. Co.
From and nfter January 1, 1899.
STATIONS, oaiu Hll
(Oj(AirJ) ex. Sun daily m. Stn ijaily paiiy
A.M AM. AM. I'M I'M.
Honolulu ., f.io u il os j is si,
Pe.rl City .. 8 i 9 8 11 40 ) u s "
r. Mill .. 8 i 8 is 00 4 cs 10
W4l.n1. 10 jo 443
W.l.lu. 11. st S4 ....
K.huki' ia) ,,, , (ij ....
(hlW.lJ) K. Sun. t'AlLY IMI1Y IAILY
AM 'AM KM CM
K.huku SIS .'S
W.l.lu. S 10 , , d
W.l.n.. ,. , t 1 ss
Fw.MIII 1 1 " 10 . '.
I'odClly (it 801 i'j .11
Honolulu . . . 6 jo 8 )s &s A
F C. SMITH. Ocn'l Pass. & Ticket A ex.
u. v. dknihun, superintendent
MEN! DO YOU!
energy, weak kidneys, pains In the back, head, chest and shoulder)
from varicocele and Its allied weaknesses, etc., aro weak in'clcctrlci
ty. My Electric Belt restores his llfo In a fow weeks and cures ov
cry time. If It fails I ask I o pay.
Describe your case to mc, and if I say I can euro you I, will
guarantee to do so.
Drugs won't restoro your strength. They only stimulate. If yo I
have to take n stimulant, take whisky. Taken in moderation It docs
less narm than the others. ,
"Every sign of pain nnl weakness has disappeared. I appro
clato what your Belt has done for me," writes J. Schwarz, Colar
ldgc, Trlntty County. Cal. .
I will gladly send you my book on this subject. At, has, 82
pages of meat to pcoplo wuo want moru "lire." Scaled,' free.
CAUTION. Makers of old-stjle. blistering and burning belt
aro now ottering Imitations of my Belts and Electrodes. LOOK
OU f FOR THEM. ,
I talto bnltnlons of my bolt In trade. Just (o show how much bet
ter mlno Is. Call today or write. Consultations free.
dr. m. h. Mclaughlin
Adato, British steamer, 2145 tons (at
Portland); supplies thence to Manila;
ly United States Government; prior to
Alpena, American schooner, 833
tons; lumber from I'ugot Sound to
Melbourne, 2 Ob 3d; by Dempster &
Unn nrlfit trt nrrlvtll
Admiral do Cornuller. French bark, '
1739 tons (at Portland) ; wheat thence
to United Kingdom. Havre, Antwerp
iir uuiikixk, x zs; prior io arrival.
Amy Turner. American bark, vw
tons; passengers and merchandise tu
llllo, 11. I., in Planters line; by wcicu ,
Ballachullsh, British ship, 1751 tons ,
(on Frascr river) ; salmon thenro to .
Liverpool. 1 19s 3d: by licll Irving
Co.; prior to arrival.
Bangalore. American snip, low ions
(en Puget Sound) ; lumber tnence to
Valparaiso, f. o., 2 Cs; by Mohns &
Mohns. Prior to arrival.
Brlseaux, French bark, 1717 tons;
wheat to. United Kingdom, Havre, Ant
werp or Dunkirk, 1 11b I'd; by Ep-
tons: wheat to United Kingdom. Hav-
t', Antwerp or uiinKirK, j.i iss ;m;
by W. Cerkel; prior to arrival.
Coronado, American oarkcntlne. 1007
tons; passengers and merchandise tu
Honolulu, In Spreckels line; by J.VD.
f prcckcls & Bros. Co
(at Portland); wheat thence to United
Kingdom. Havre, ntwcrp or Dunkirk,
C2 Is 3d; prior to arrival.
Ilugucsclln. French bark, 1235 tons
unguescun, f renen unrit, vaa ions
(U Portland); wheat thenco to United
Klngdom, Havre, Antwerp or Dunkirk,
1 16s 4 1-Zd; rechartcrcil.
Edmond Rostand. rench bark, 1728
tons; wheat to United Kingdom, Hav
it, Antwerp or Dunkirk, 1 12s Cd;
by L. Kauffman; prior to arrival.
Eva, American schooner, 263 tons
(at Eureka) ; redwood thence to llllo;
by Chas. Nelson Co.
l. W. Watson, American schooner,
at-7 tons: lumber from Portland to Ho-
unliilii; by Inman. Pou.scn & Co.
Halcyon. American schooner. 27S
tons; redwood from Fort Bragg to La
Paz; by Hickman Mastersnn.
Henrlcttc, German ship, 1646 tons;
wheat to United Kingdom, Havre, An
twerp or Dunkirk, 1 12s; by Eppln-
Henrlctto. German ship. 2882 tons
d i-oriiano) ; wneat tnence to united
Kingdom, Havre. Antwerp or Dunkirk,
XI 17s 6d; by Epplnger Ac Co.; prior
tu arrival. ,
Henrlette. French bark. 5S8 tons (at
Portland): redwood thenco to United
Kingdom or Con.; by Baifnur, Gutbrlo
Hespcr. American bark, 602 tons
(on Puget Sound); lumber thenro to
Kiemantlo or Geraldton. 3 2s 6d: nrl-
or to arrival.
llonolpu. American schooner, ft2il
tuns (at Gamble); lumber thenco to
Honolulu; by Pope & Talbot.
Horda, Norwegian steamer, 1848
tuns (at Oyster Harbor); coal thenco
to this port; then lumber from Port
land, Or., to Manila, 2 Ss; by Chas.
Joseph Russ, American schboncr,
2SD tons: lumber from Portland to Ho
nolulu; by Inman, Poulscn U Co.
KllnlenyBriUsn baVrHCr ,ons;lT" """T '? ? ?'!"''
ft lit at to United Kingdom. Havic, An- "ucl1 mcrcknl ve8fi.elB ot 355-4C5 Kr08a
tvvtrp or Dunkirk, 1 17s 6d; by
Wolf Cerkel: prior to arrival.
Klikltat, American barkrntlne. 437
tons (at Gamble) ; lumber thenco to
Honolulu ; by Popo Talbot,
Lumorlclcre, French oan, 1471 tons
(ut Portland); wheat thence to United
Kingdom, Havre. Antwerp or Dunkirk;
1 16s; by Portland Flour Mills; pri
or to arrival.
Lntilsl Pasteur, Frencn bark, 1471
lens (at Portland): wheat thenco to
United Kingdom. Havre, Antwerp or
Piitiklrk: by Balfour, .luthrle & Co,
Nederland, Dutch ship, 1954 tons;
Iish been laid on tho berth for Lon
ilim direct: by Rairour, Outhrlo & Co.
Pierro Lotl, French bark, 1731 tons;
wheat to United Kingdom, Havre, An
twerp or Dunkirk, i.1 12s 6d; by Bal
four. Outhrlo & Cn.
i'rlncesso Mario. Danish bark. 1288
trm (at Portland): wheat to United
Kingdom. Havre, Antwerp or Dunkirk,
xi ids an; prior to arrival.
Principality, British shin. 1595 tons:
twerp or Dunkirk, 1 18s 9d: by Bal -
wuvui 10 uniieu Kingdom, Havre, An
i ur. uuinno & uo.; prior to arrival.
iiiversKie. British ship, 1590 tons (at the North Atlantic during President
LmUw,!i atAUrlC0 ,0U,,,l,"i'1 Jefferson's embargo (1808) or during
""'"'''''.tl.e cruises of the Alabama than at
2 Is 3d: prior to arrival
S. T. Aloxander. Amorlcan schoon
er, 695 tons: passengers nnd merchan
dise to Kahulul; by Alexander &
S(. Paul. American ship, 1824 tons;
htiB been purchased by the Pacific
racking & Navigation Co.;' tonus prl-Vhto,
Schwarzcnbek, German bark, 1877
Kingdom, Havre, Antwerp or Dunkirk.
i- :s; prior to nrilval,
Thornllelmnk, British ship, 1969 tons
(ut Portland) r wheat thenco to United
Klnsdom, Havro, Antwerp or Dunkirk;
by Kerr, Glfford & Co.
Design your own ledgers, cash
hoo1,s. otr. If vou are undecided, we
will help you. That Is In our ilno and
tho PRICE IS RIGHT, at the EVEN
u-.., u, a.i,m,, lignum, uain, 4011 ,,, . , ., . , ..
tons (nt Portland); wheat to United'" not umler ,no American ling, and
Do you want to bo strong? Do
you want to feel tho vim, the
manly and womanly vigor. I'vo
mado a great succoss. My mettl
ed my lllo to tho development of
snap and lire of manly vigor? Di
you want courage, energy and
abltlon to support you In your
cares and troubles? I havo devot
ods are approved by tno greatest
doctors and copied,
l'vo proven that electricity Is
the basis of all animal llfo and
that "weak men," dyspeptic,
rheumatics, sufferers from lost
702 Mnrkct St.
) onn i-riinciHeu, win.
BUT FOREIGN SHIPS
CARRY OUR EXPORTS
n . . , . ., .
LommiSSlOner 01 Navigation UlVeS a
Valuable Report Comparison .
of Cost in Construction and
Washington. Nov. 8. The report of
Eugcno T. Chamberlain, United States
Commissioner of Navigation, sa)s that
the past fiscal jcar has been the third
successful year of growth In American
shipping, exceeding the two previous
. The extent and nature of the
worK unuer way or projecceci in biiiii
yards promises an even greater growth
for the current fiscal year.
American tonnage has now attained
practically the former maximum of
1861. The figures of 1901, compared
with 18G1, show nn Incrcaso in coast-
l"R trade vessels frpm 2.701,654 tons to
4,682,683 tons (two-thirds of this In-
.crease being on the great lakes); a dc-
crease In forelen trade essels from 2.-
49G.948 tons to 879.595 tons, and a dc-
crease In whaling and fishing vessels
from 338,375 tons to 61,940 tons. Of
our total tonnage 3,363.210 tons arc
wooden vessels and only 1,901,01? tons
are iron or steel. In 1900 O rent Brlt
nl nlaunched 1,440,000 tons of steel ves
sels. ,,, ,,., - ' ,.i , r-xiT ,nn.
with twenty-five vessels of 5297 tons
Porto Rico appears In tho returns
""' "" "rii w
37,149 tons. In the Philippines 2340
vessels of 102.581 tons (of which 149
vessels are steam) arc under American
protection. Until Congress has so
enacted, the report says. Philippine
vessels are not vessels of the United
Although registered American ves
sels Increased 62,35 tons during tho
year. American vessels carried onlj
8.2 per cent of our exports and Imports,
tho smallest percentage In our history.
Our fleet of ocean steamers In foreign
trade, the report says. Is too small to
dWTH OF iPPi
bo compared with that of. foreign na-i,u'
tons. Tho fleets of each of the four
largo British and German steamship
corporations exceed die American
fleets In tonnage, mileage and business.
Tho tonnage built and documented In
the United States during the past
fiscal year comprised 150 vessels ot
483,4(9 gross tons.
The steel vessels under construction
or under contract during the current
fiscal vcar will much exceed similar
tonnage built In any previous year,
tons, to be valued at about $30,000,000,
Besides these seventy-one naval ves
sels of 281,148 tons displacement aro
building, fn this work forty-four
plants, with n capital ot about $68,000,
000, employing about 46,000 men, aro
engaged. The American cost of build
ing n steamer of the Minnehaha type
Is $1,846,800, and tho llrltUh cost Is
$1,419,200. Tho American cost of the
smaller tinns-AtlantIc cargo steamers
will lie $729,000, and the British prlco
ranges from $334,000 to $486,000.
The difference of wages on American
and foreign vessels Is considered In
detail. In Illustrating, the pay-roll
(excluding master), tho report says,
280 men on tho steamship St. Louis Is
$11,300; of 427 men on the British
steamship Octanlc Is $9900, nnd of 900
men on the German steamship Kaiser
Wilhelm der Grosse Is $7715. The re
port contains a detailed statement oti
tho foreign voyages of American ves
laels laBt jear, showing that the Am-
Icrlcan flog wns seen much oftcner In
present, Foreign shipping In our IV
clflc trade had doubled In three 5 cars.
The purchase of the Leyland line Is
spoken of us evidence that American
capital Is willing to Invest In ocean
steamships; that there Is an advan
tage to Amcrlrnn exporters In Ameri
can control of ocean steamships, even
that In the coming development of our
ocean transportation facilities tho
union of trunk railroad lines and
steamship corporations will bo au Im
Including the Lejland purchase, Am
erican capital owns fully 670,000 tons
of steameis under foreign flags, which
In actual earning power exceed all
American vessels now engaged In for
eign trade. The War and Navy depart
Instruments Filed for Record Novenv
, ber 20, 1901.
U. and W. M. Kekoa M. E. Fos
ter -. D.
Kaplolanl Estate M. E. Foster.. D.
I). Kawananakoa M. E. Foster... D.
Ekeka Ilulupala RcL
I'ahullo and Ekeka Ilulupala and
Lukcla Aka and wife W. O. Crow ell
fj. B. McClcllan A. K. Campbell
Chong Koon dice Wong Chcc.B.H.
J. K. Kckaula C. Spreckels & Co.
jbos. l'curo uewn. it. & Mnt. Co.
Kaalknula Haw'n. It. A Mat. Co.
S. M. Klallna L. F. Alvarez.. Mtg.
Instruments Filed for Record Novenv
ber 21, 1u.
Ho Kin Bong Kim Tat B.S.
S. C. Studdert C. Brown Mtg.
Ho Tin Pong Knm Kim Tnl ....U.S.
Wong Tal Chuck and wife Alox.
.Chiug Lum JIoWjHoy v I
Recorded November 13. 1901.
3. Paaluhl and wlfo to J. Knloaiv
nmlkal; deed; Ap. 1, It. P. S369, Kill.
ui.'4, Aianoit, Honolulu, uahu; 1.
Book 223, pago 4DU. uatcd Novem
ber 13. 1901.
Y. Ahln and wlfo to Uty Mill Com
pany, Limited; deed; plcco land. Kn
puiikolu, Honolulu. Oaliu: 137C. Book
223. pago 460. Dated November 5,
P. K. Kalllohu et al. to A. Trask;
deed; lot 14, block C, Kalulant tract,
Honolulu, Oahu; $250. Book 225, pago
462. Dated September 24, 1901.
S. B. Dolo und who to E. P. N.
Low; exchnngt) deed; plcco land, Ho
nopueo, Kohala, Hawaii. Book 223,
pago 462. Dated September 23, 1901.
P. Muhlcndorf to M. A. Fogarty;
deed: lots 15 an 16, Mock II, Kaplo
lanl Park addition, Honolulu, Oahu;
$104. Book 225, pago 463. Dated May
L. C. Abies and wlfo to H. Water
house & Co.: deed: lot 3, Kaatheo
tract, Honolulu, Oahu; tltliG. Book
225, pago 464. Dated November 6,
Recorded November 14, 1901.
J. D. Holt and wlfo to J. U. Kit
hla: correction deed; portion Ap. 1,
Kul. 6450, Kalihl. Honolulu, Oahu.
Dated November 6, 1901.
Hamea-llllll and husband to M.
Scott: deed; R. P. 6593, Kul. 1148,
Knpalama-uka, Honolulu, Oahu; $1.
Dook 229, page 165. Da.vu November
M. Scott and husband to Alaala;
deed; R. P. 5593. Kul. 1148. Kapala-ma-uka.
Honolulu, Oahu; $1. Book
229. pago 166. Dated November 12,
M. G. Sltva and wife to R. do E. S.
Pavao; deed: portions lots 15 and 17,
block J, Kaplolanl Park addition, Ho
nolulu. Oahu; $300. Book 229, pago
ib:i. uatcil October 25, 1901.
V. C. Achl and wlfo to J. F. Fre.
taB; deed; lots 18, 19 and 20, block
21. Kalulanl trnct, Honolulu, Oahu;
5400. Book 229, pago 167. Dated No
vember 7. 1901.
C. A. tang to Hoshlta; lease: por
tion Ap. 4, 11. P. -1985, KUl. 6245, Ka-
monuwal, Honolulu, Oahu: twenty
years at sic per month. Book 228,
page 311. Dated April 19. 1898.
A. Becker to C. Ellcnbcrg; lease;
piece land near Punchbowl road, Ho
nolulu. Oahu; thirteen years. 120.
Book 228, page 309. Datca ovcmber
ments also own 126,847 gross tons of
foreign built transports and colliers.
The principal foreign and American
ocean mall contracts are printed In
full, and It shows that at tho present
prices of steamships British ocean mall
contracts arc more advantageous for
Bteamcr lines than American contracts
under the act of 1891.
"Yes; I proposed to her by letter."
"And what was her reply?"
"Sho simply referred mo to a cer
tain chapter and pago in 'Tho Llfo of
Paul Jones.' "
"And what did you find!"
It says: 'After fruitlessly bddIv.
Ins for command of tho ship by letter.
went in person to Bee about It;
nnu ln " secured ."Life,
Notice Is hereby given that the part
nership heretofore existing between
tho undersigned. Samuel J. Salter and
harlan Terry Walty, carrying on tho
business of grocers and provision mor-
cnanis, at 7W-712 Kort street, Hono'
lulu, Island of Oahu, Territory of Ha
wall, has this day been dissolved.
Notlco is also hereby given that the
said business will bo carried on by tho
said Samuel J, Salter solely and on his
own neiiair, and that 110 win rccclvo an
debts and property duo to or receiv
able by tho said partnership firm and
will pay and dlschargo all dobts and
S. J. SALTER.
H. TERRY WAITY.
Dated Honolulu. Nov. 19, 1901.
Assessments Pacific Mill Co., Ltd.
The first assessment ot 25 per cent
on tho aBscssablo shares of tho Pa
cific Mill Co., Ltd., has been called,
to ho due and payable September 1.
The second assessment of 25 per
cent on tho nssessablo shares of tho
Pacific Mill Co.. Ltd.. has been called,
to be due and payable Octobor 1, 1901.
Tho third assessment of 25 per cent
on the assessable shares of tho Pa
cific Mill Co.. Ltd., has been called, to
bo duo and pajablo November 1, 1901.
The fourth assessment of 25 per
cent has been called to bo duo and
pionblo December 1, 1901.
W. II. O. ARNEMANN,
Treasurer Pacific Mill Co., Ltd.
HONOLULU RAPID TRANSIT
Commencing on Sunday, the 17th
November, cars will stop at tho near
sido of Intersecting Btrccts only, to
tnko on and let off passengers.
C. G. BALLENTYNE,
Manager II, R. T. & L. Co.
Honolulu, Nov. 15th, 1901.
You have paid for two or three homes during your lifetime.
Especially If you have been paying rent; and we regret that
you have nothing to show for the money spent In this manner.
We have now on sale lots 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 tine
passes through the property. For any further Information regard
ing prices, terms, etc., address ;
ISLAND REALTY COMFY
t m ',' ' " -" f- -
"AUI IIU 1 tlLj. ISLAND OF MAUI.
A. T. HACBNKAMP. Manager.
PR08PBCT8 FOR B0BR8.
New York, Nov. 14. In an Interview
with an Austrian merchant who has
Just returned from South Africa Js
reported by the Vienna correspon
dent of tho London Times and tho
New York Times. The merchant be
lieves tho war will last another six
months, but docs not think the Boers freights must be prepaid unless other
will hold out beyond next June. He arrangements bo mado at tho offlce
believes they would be glad to maka r '" company, corner Fort and
peace If they obtained substantial au- -uocn Btrtc'B-, v.lto. 'h.lLLe
tonomy. He says the British should C' iVfm' Prcsldcnt-
not allow tho burghers to rctalu the .
gold mine region, which should be per-, WILDER'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY
manentlv under tho British rule.
This observer declares that Mr. Kru
gcr kept up the Afrikander Bund by
means of wealth derived from the gold
Industry. He says If the former Pres
ident loses his money he will soon lose
IMPORTANT TO 8PORT8MEN.
Tho management ot the Hotel Ilalc-
lwa makes tho announcement that It
has 'secured lor tho exclusive uso ot
guests tho prlvllego of shooting gamo
over the lands of tho Oahu Railway o;
Land Company, In Walalua and Koo
lauloa, on tho Island of Oahu. 'ino
shooting of gamo on tho said lands is
prohibited by tho Oahu Railway &
Land Company to other than hotel
guests. Parties desiring to avail
themselvcB of theso privileges aro re
minded of tho statute requirement con
cerning tho carrying of firearms.
C. P. 1AUKKA,
Hunting, shooting or tho carrying
ui iircurnis on nny ui 1110 lanus owncu
or leased by tho OAHU RAILWAY .
LAND COMPANY Is absolutely for
bidden. All rights of tho company In
tho Districts of Walalua and Koolau
loa are reserved for Halelwa Hotel.
. Trespassers will bo prosecuted to
tho full extent of tho law.
B. F. DILLINGHAM.
a iiiL'ciiuK win uo iiuiu in mo unu
shed Thursday, November 21. to form
MUhBHUIVIlt.llB 4-UUUi UlllUU ,IUU.KJ flLOU,
POWER OF ATTORNEY.
During my absence from tho Torrl-
tcry, Hurbort Oilman, foreman of my
shop, will act for mo under full power
Honolulu, T. IL, Nov. 11, 1901.
E. L HATH,
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night watchmen furnished for bulM
Ings, business property and residences
BultdorB will do well to consult llov
era In regard to watchmen.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Tho undersigned having been ap
pointed Ancillary Ailiulnlsliator wlili
tho will annexed of the Estnte of r.va
J, Spencer. Into of Now i)rV 'a'Q.
deceased, hereby gives no'lrr I ill
persona having claims ngnlii'
nnld ICstnto to present Iho numn
undersigned within six nion-h .
tho date of publication of this i
or they will bo forover barred
Honolulu, October ul. 1901
WILLIAM O, HMlt'l
Ancillary Administrator wl'h
Annny-d of rtio Estate n' i '
1982 Oct. 31, Nov. 7. 14, r
THE AMOUNT PAD
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
HOME TOO. j . .
At the er trance
to the Famous
lao Vallev. anJ
easy access to
volcano In the
for Tourists an tf
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Honolulu, November 14, 1901.
On and after December 1st next all
Change In Passenger Fares.
On and after December 1st. 1901.
tho following change In passenger
fares will go' Into effect, vli:
Deck rates between Honolulu an
tho Island of Hawaii willibo Increase
from $2.00 to $3.00.
Cabin rates-between Honolulu and
Hana, Ilamoa and Klpahulu, on the
Island of Maul, will bo Increased from
$6.00 to $7.00.
Deck rates from Honolulu to Maul
ports will bo Increased from $2.00 to
All special rates, excepting to cler
gymen, will bo abolished on October
C. L. WIOHT.
1979 td President
WILDER'S 8TEAM8HIP COMPANY.
Notice to Shippers.
Shlnners aro notified that a new
freight schedule will go Into effect on
ard after December 1st, 1901.
Information In regard to changes la
rates ran bo obtained nt the office ot
tho company, corner Fort and Quee
C. L. WIOHT.
1991-to Jan. 1 President.
TION CO, LTD.
Notice to .Passengers.
On and after December 1A, 1901,
tho following changes In passenger
fares will go Into effect, viz.:
Cabin rates between Honolulu and
Eleelo, Maknwell, Walmea, Kapaa,
Anahola. Kllauea and Hanalel, on the
Island of Kauai, will bo Increased from
$6.00 to $7.00.
Cabin rates between Honolulu anA
Kealakckua anil nil tmrtfl hevnnd- !
mo District or Kona, on tho Island or
Hawaii, will bo Increased from l0.0ti
Cabin rates between Honolulu ana
Honunpo and Punaluu, on tho Islaof
of Hawaii, will bo Increased from
$12.00 to $13.00.
Deck rates between Honolulu and
tho Island of Kauai will bo Increased
from $2.00 to $2.60.
Deck rates between Honolulu and
tho Island of Maul, will be increased
from $2 to $2.50.
"..Lnnf iZn,, S.i ' . . "U an!
lll 'Blanl, o Hawaii will lie Increased
Dcrk rates botwecn Honolulu anf
from $2.00 t $3.00.
All special rates, except to clergy
men, will bo abolished on the ahote
J: ENA. PresldcaL
Honolulu, November 4, 1901.
INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAVIGA-.
TION CO., LTD.
Notice to Shippers,
Shippers nre hereby notified that
on nnd after December 1st. 1M1. a
now freight scnedulo will go Into ef
fect. In formation In regard to the
changes In rafs can bo obtained by
railing at tho offrro of tho cimpanr,
Queen street, Honolulu, J. ENA,
HART & CO.;!
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