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LiMM. it I. KTIf, HONOLULU. H. T., WKDNESDAY, JAN. 1. 1902.
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jeanic Steamship Company
rno steamers of tbis lino will arrlvo and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
OMA JAN. 1
MEDA JAN. 11
TURA , JAN. 22
MEDA FED. 1
IRA FEB. 12
MEDA FEB. 22
DMA MAR. 5
TURA MAR. 20
UEDA APRIL 6
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
VENTURA DEC. 31
ALAMEDA JAN. 15
SIERRA JAN. 21
ALAMEDA FEB. 6
SONOMA FEB. 11
ALAMEDA FEB. 26
VENTURA MAR. 4
ALAMEDA MAR. 19
SIERRA MAR. 25
ALAMEDA APRIL 0
n connection with ttio Balling ot tho abovo Bteamers, mo agents aro pro-
I to Ibbuo, to, Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail-
from San Francisco to all poluts In the United States, and from New
by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
rm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENT8 OCEANIC S. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
dental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the atiove companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
OR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
10 JAN. i
iICA MARU JAN. 11
JO JAN. 18
10 JAN. 23
KONO MARU FED
PEKING DEC. 27
GAELIC JAN. 3
HONOKONQ MARU JAN. 11
CHINA JAN. 20
6 DORIC JAN. 31
V. FEB. 14 NIr 'N MARU FEU. 8
Monthly Service From
San Francisco to
FIIISl S1EAMIK LLAYLb
MY YORK JaNUaKY 5Ii.
lilg Capital Bthind Fchcme Diuit
tjtomtis ot Uaiiloruia Uneu.al
Line Kusicil Uo.Lrme
tu the ilUUl. ,
R GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P, M. 3, 8. CO.
H. HACKFIBLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
nadian-Australian Royal Mail
(eamors of tho above line, running In connection wlta the CANADI,
ivIFIC RAILWAY CO. betvvocn Vancouvor. B. C, and Sydney, N.S.tVV,
ling at Victoria, B. a, Honolulu und Brisbane, aro DUE AT HONQ
'n or about the dates below stated, viz.:
VkjC0Uver ana victoria, B. C.
For urBbane and Sydney.)
NQl JAN. 18
Washington, Dec. 23. Tho first
siUuiMii v, .. new nno iu i,.e rm.it
piiiea win ie.t tw iuiie uuutl. j-u-uuiy
O.u, una mou.uiy ktiu io m u
esuiuiisiu invruanvr. -Negotiations
nru nurf m piugiee to uneu vo
steamers oi u.u waiiiorma nui urien.
al line irom Japan, making monthly
serviee Hum buu , rautimuno n.o te
anus miucr con. race wun mo new
couipauy. Tins .h tno 1'iiiilppiiiu
i raiini'ortatiou & uonsirucnon toui-
puny. H is a New turn concern, cup
iiauzcd at JMOU.uOO, and ib liaeked by
somo oi Hie leading lump linporiiirs oi
vho United Sinics. enc president oi
tho company is 11. r. Lyman, presi
dent oi inc Upson Wauon Cordago
Company or Cleveland, 'inn other ol
rlccrs aro: Vice president, a. It. Chls
bolm of the Federal ateel Company;
second vice president, l C. O Urlcn,
Drcsldcnt ot tliu lntornal1 -! ExDrcsa
Company; treasurer, Charles E. Hner
man, New York. Among others Inter
csiod are W. P. Champnoy, president
oi the Eberhord Manumciuring Com
pany, Cleveland; C. A, Nlcala, prcst
dent of tho Nlcala htor.c & Lumber
company; A. J. Maxham, president
of the Dominion Iron Company, 8yd
noy, N. a.; James II. tomrove, pres
ident of the Washington, Westminster
H. (lettysburg Rnnroait.
Tho Drst steamer, tho .Melbourne,
8000 tons capuilty, ulil taki) eight
Btoam barges ot HH) ions capacity enen
etiuippod wun hiam power lor propel
line and niindiiug enrgo. inese
yurges nru tu bo used in iliM'harging
ituatuers at Mnnlln and inr Inier-ml
and trafllc. Eleven othr barges ot tno
same size aro to bo M-nt tiwir on sue
lecding slcamem. Tnc nrBt elgnt are
now. ueing taken nivr.rt at tin; Morgan
lion works. New jorK. ji.c cargo
ot the first Bluamtr w,. consist turtl
oi com lor the .Nnvy and rmanormnK
tcr's and Inuular dernrtment nuni'llon
lor tho Arn.y
HiihhcII coh'grovn. tratnc managti
of the new company, who is here on
business lor tho company, ssld: "This
company propones to enter tho Phil
ippine commercial Ik Id nnd gut Its
sbaro of tho Inter-lslar.d and octan
business. At present tno BteamerH at
Manila are dlprbarged by cascoes, each
Larrying thirty tons and remilrlng h
largo force of Chinese and Filipinos.
It requires eight to twelvn dnyn to JIm
cuargo a steamer. With our hnrges
wo will discharge n steamer In a day..
Vu Intend to get .tito tliu Intnrluland
business, where uot a single American
flag Is floating toduv.
"Wo don't wunt the coastwise laws
extended to the i nlllpplnus until our
Bteamers mid bargca get over there,
and then tho la'wu cunnot be oxtended
too quick to suit uu. At present tno
Inter-Islaud business In In the hands ot
Hermans and English, with a fuvt
French and ChlnOHit vchbcIh. Hlncu
our occupation, the English trndo has
increased 75 per cent, German 72 per
Cent, French 51 per cent and America-!
trade wJth tliu lslunds has talln ofl
io tier tent. Wo tried In vain to Inter
est San Francisco capital in this en
terprise, but tnllcd. o hope, howev
er, to niQku arrnnguinenia tu have tho
Lalitorniii and Oriental steamers di
verted to Mnnlla. Wo will chnrter vks
aels and B'-ud them across monthly uu
tld wo can build our own und by aid
of our steam barges will gather up the
nemp crop oi tne islands and send It
to the United States. 1 went through
tuo islands and studied tno matter
thoroughly, laying tho tacts txforo the
cordago mcu of this country. This
country gets most of Its Philippine
"iemp from English merchants, who
inaKo neavy prutltH from us. They
gather 11 through agents, and tbo
methods followed are nntlmiati-tl, with
hand preKsett, i-uhoiks and so on. We
novo con'rol of tho I.owry compress,
which will compress hemp to one
third Its usual bulk, and thus permit
or larger cargoos. Wo can underbid
any steamer now In thu Islands. W
wsnt that trnde. nnd Intend to have
ran of tho cargo of the llrst steam
er Is a complete machine shop and
electric light plant nnd printing outfit.
linoivpv, etc., for u nw dully paper at
Manila. It is being tent over by
rrankllu Brooks of San Francisco.
"If tho cimntwlso nhlpplng laws weie
applied now to thu Inland," said Cole
grove, "hnnlnoss In tho Philippines
would bo puralvzitd. There Ik not an
American ltottiim m tlm whole Inter
Island trade. Our company thinks,
liowovtir, that It sees tho drift ot
things, uud Is getting lioats if r theic
ns fist uu poshlblo. Within four
months wo hope to linvn nlnett-en sea
going Htcum barges oi ion tona each
plying In the Iflands. Wo lmvn ex
pended $r,M.ooo gold In this enter-rrisc."
Wh'ti tho matter was first systemati
cally taken up by the present adminis
tration, it was thought tnat the chief
offenders among the passengers, and
the only ones who got any substantial
pecuniary benefits out of the system
wcto certain pcopie In business. Ex
perience slnco March has shown how
erroneous as this Imprcts'on. It nas
btcti found that latllcn nnd gentlemen
of the most Immaculate icspcctablllty
hnvo not scrupled to make false decla
rations In order to tscapo the payment
of n few hundred or a few thousand
Only recently thcro arrived a woman,
tho daughter of a manufacturer who
had built up it great buskers under
fie fpsltr'ng prolcetlon of the tariff.
She boasted to her acquaintances on
the steamer coming across that the
"courtesies of tho port" would bo ex
lended to her. In consideration of no
high standing and the social, political
nnd financial Influence, of her family.
In licr declaration, maito nt Quarantine,
sho swore that she had nothing duti
able In her baggage. Arrived at the
dock, sho found that tho courtesies of
tho po-jj wcro no longer cx.nnt, and
that her baggage would huvo to be
examined Just ns any oUier person's.
Her trunks wero found to contain dra
peries nnd hanglnps nnd other diitlablu
articles oil which n tariff amounting to
11600 was levied. She protested strong
ly ngalnst this action and declared .nit
sho would not ray It. Sho was aitvlsed
that In that event tho goods would bo
seized. Under this pressure sho paid
tho duties, but came at once to Wash
ington tu demand restitution nnd tu
lodge complaint at what sho termed
her "outrageous treatment,"
Not long ago a gentleman and ills
wife went to lSuropo for an extended
trip. The wife announced hoforo going
that Mm intended to lay In u stock of
laces in Europe that would last cr
the balance of ncr life. The husband
forbade her doing anything of -
kind; and to make sure tfint she would
not offend he kept entlro control of the
money they carried In his own hands.
His wife was allowed to buy anything
she pleased, but the lmsuand Insts'pd
upon pa Ing tor it, nnd ho was careful
to preserve u complete list of nil thlr
Sercnu In his confidence that ho had
fiustrnted his wife's smuggling de
signs, the husband reached Quaiatltlnc.
and In his declaration he gave In all
tho things that they bad brought
aboard of which ho knew. After this
declaration had been made out, his wife
gieeted him triumphantly with thl
"Well, I got tnose laces."
He didn't believe her, nnd said so.
She proved, however, that sho had.
having purchased them with money
that she had saved out of her house
keeping allow niico, and of which ho
Vnew nothing. Tho laces she bad con
cealed on her person. Tho lmsl.nml
concluded to give bis wife a lesson.
On the dock, ho made his way out
of tho line, nnd hunting up one of the
inspectors b! pointed out his wife,
ton sec thnt woman lern? She has
lot of laccH concealed on her person
which shi Is trying to smtigglo Into
An Inspoctrcss wan called, the wo
man was searched and the laces were
found. The husband come to tno
rescue and paid the duty and penalties.
Secretary Gage in North American
Recorded Oecemoer 21, 1901.
N Rut-net and wife to First Bank
of ltllo, Limited, mortgage; Land
Pnft-nt 1141, Olaa, Puna, Hawaii;
$3000, nooK 2... pngo ICu, Dated
December 19, 1901.
A M. Po'emklu and wife to J. Loh
matin; deed; lots 12, II and 16, block
it. inn i-'niiici. ill io. Hawaii: J Hon.
t'ook '.'S9, pngf ;i'.iO. Dated December
A. t' F. Cumpftlnhn nnd wife lo J.
Ferroi; tleel. lot II, Ktlwlkl. IPIo,
lluwall; Jl.l.',."i Hook 229, page L'97.
Dated Dcecti -r 2. 1S90.
Melni. flulu''" !,'i l(i' io Ter
ritory of Haw til. i, I, t .,p land,
corner Fort and King s'ree's Honolu
lu. Onhu; 251, etc. Book 229. pago
iW. Dated December IC, IDOL
W. W. Ahinn and wlfo to Terrl
'orv of Hawaii; ngreoment; to convoy
'inrileii Ap 2, Kill. IMS, School street,
Honolulu, Oaliu. Book 224, pago 4G5.
Da'ed Dpcrflier 21, 1901.
Sirs. (!. II. Bsnn'ng to W. W
Ahnnn; release; portion An. 2, Kill
9 IS. Schoul street. Honolulu Otliu:
'I. Book n, page IKC. Dated Octo
ber 21. 10(11.
R'corrlf d December 23. 1901.
II. H. Tnwnsenil et nl. to D. II.
Mi'rheoek: power nt ntornev, pen
crnl powers. Book 22 1, page 467. Dat
1 Jul" 1, 1901.
L. K. Kentwell to Chong Chlng
vuen! leaao: nleco land netr Pauahl
rct. Honolulu Oahu: fifteen vonrs
M J 120. Hook 228, page 413. Dated
July 1. Iftni.
.1. do Alircu Jr., et at., to San An
rnlo Portueiinsu Benefit Society;
mortice; nortlon II. I. IMC, Puna
boil. Honolulu. Oihn; R10, Book 230.
pace 12S. Dated December 21. 1901.
Bishop & Comninv to N. Golovttv;
'lenf; t.nd Patent 4441. Olaa, Puna
Hawaii: 11000. Book '20. pngo 324.
Dnted December 2.1. .001.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
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.
THE AMOUNT PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAD FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
HOME TOO. k
We have now on sale lots In the beautiful Puupueo Tract,
which contains the finest uburban property In Honolulu, This
tract commands a magnificent view of mountains and ocean, has
macadamized streets, artesian water, and the electric car line
pastes through the property. For any further Information regard
ing prices, terms, etc., address
ISLAND REALTY COMPY
204 JUDD BUILDING.
New York. Deo. 22. The Anotrnllnii
mall for Europu which should hnn
left on tho Cunurder Etrurlii yesterday
afternoon nt 1 o'e-Ievk did uoi go us
per schedule-, not arnvlng In this clt
until tho uvenlng- r'or some tlnio part
the British (lo eminent has been male
Ing experiments as to the best ami
quickest route to st-nd the Australian,
malls acrosH the ticenna to London.
Several times thu experiment of send
ing tho mall across the Pacific to San
Francisco nnd by train in this city to
connect with one of tho Inst llnors has
been successful, and the tlmo taken to
send the mall by way ef the Huoz ca
nal has been beaten by four iliys.
Tho batch of mall received horo last
night consisted of 150 sacks, and left
Kan Prnnctscu lust Monday, It nrrlv
ed In Chicago loo Into tn catch thn
fast express fiom that city tn Buffalo.
Located In the Famous Coallnga Oil
Fields of California. I
Proven oil lands, completely sur-'
tounded by as rich oil-producing well
is there nro In tho State, yielding from
jO to 2S0 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at the Coa.
ingn welts, 70 cents per barrel.
With twenty-five producing welts ot
lOu barrels each per day, you cab
mako your own calculation as to
Tho oil Industry of California It It
its Infancy, yet 'many fortunco have
occn made by Judicious and lucky In
vestment b In oil stock. Many more
will be mttdo In tho near future.
The averago ndvancc on original
dslrs of oil stock In twenty leadlne
Lompnntes !n California has been
irom 1 to $108 'pet share.
Oil landn have advanced from 11.21
to J 1.000 and 2.000 per acre.
When tho Pacific Union Oil Com
pany hits a number ot producing welli
in its proporty. Its stock will have
bo same show fur oven a greater ao
trance, ns some oil stock has advanced
from fl tu ll.SGO per slmro.
Tho Pacific Union Oil Company aw
no sulnrtod officers, and Is controllou
by well known gentlemen ot Intogrtty
who will sco tnat tho money derived
from tho calo ot stock will bo legit!
matcly applied to tho development oi
For further Information, apply to 3
II. FISHER & CO.. Stock and Bond
Drokers. and Hawaiian agcuf for the
salo of a' limited amount of Pacific
Union Oil Company Block. Stangen
wald building. Merchant street.
, 1932 Rmo
MA.NY wnt.ll KlL IUV
Ixindon. Dec. 21. The list of casual-
ties In tho engagement fougm by Cut
Dammant d force fit Tafolkop, Orange
IlhiT Colony, on fjeocmber 20tb, wheu
the BoerB. whp Wer ifreBse'il as Brit
lull yeomen, detendett u kopjo ngalnst
Col. Dftinmau.t'H advance guard, Is
heavier than was first reported by
1-oro Kltcbeper. It now npponrs that
the British lost threo olllcers and
twonty-nliio kilted aud had five ofllccrs
and thirty flvci men wounded.
Lord Kitchener Is a ilispntrh dated
Johannesburg, Monday, Dec-mlxT 2Jd,
retorts thu week's results nB being IS
Booth kilted. 25 wouudiMl, 310 made
piiNoners nnd 35 surrendered.
Prctorln. Doe. 24. Lieut Colcnbran
der'a force Ritrprlscd a Boer lunger In
the Pletersburg district Decemlier 22d
nnd captured sixty pnfconeru.
-fT7 -ii ?.' .". '"JirlHI
S att-?. , "vfe
At the er.iranc
to the Famous
lao Vallcv. ni
easy access te
volcano tn tha
World. - - .
for Tourists and
ISLAND OP MAUI.
A. T. IIACUNKAMP, Mntltgrr.
t-rom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, D. C.)
MOANA JAN. 15
trough Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
enercl liforaatlon, apply to urope. For Freight and Passage an
Theo. H. Dnv.ew fr Co., Ltd., Gen'I Aficnte.
Tho notion of a foreign army of 30
000 men taking possession of New York
nnd holding It, us a nerinan paper
thinks, reminds us very strongly of a
remark attributed tu Lord Palmemton.
l.oid Pnliuersttin wus onre chatting
with ,i French general on thu subject of
a possible French tntnston of Cngland.
A t.peclal meeting of the stockhold
cm of tbo KOI.OA boOAR CO., LTD.,
will be held at thu o 111 co or II Hark
felil & Co., Ud., lionolulti, on Wudnes
tlity. January Sth. PJU2. at 10 o'clock
a. m., or lint puroso o. ameudlng tne
ll.v-l.awa of the Company nnd fur such
other bimini-ss ns may bo brought bo
lero the nuctlng. F. Kl.AMR
A sptclal meeting of iuo stockhold
ers of the OAHU hoOAR CO., LTD,
will bo held at the officii o. H. Hack
feld & Co., Ltd., Honolulu, on Friday,
January .lint, 1&02, at iu o clock a. in.,
for the purpose ot amending the By
Laws of tho Company and for such
other business hh tuny do brought bu
fore the meeting. F. Klt.MP,
NOriCE OF 8ALE FOR NON-PAY-MENT
OF COMPENSATION FOR
CARE OF ANIMAL.
Notice la hereby given that I win
sell at public auction, by order of tbo
now4nu QlnM..u f'n t 1.4 nn rjt.M-
day. tho 28th day of December, 190L
ut 12 o clock m. ot that day, at tb
place of busluess ot said Territory
Stable a Co, Ltd., on gray homo, un
it tri the amount due for tho care, cus
tody and fe-e-d thereof Is paid on or
before that dute-, as well as tho ex
pense for tbo care and keep of laid
animal slnco tho 27th day of Novem
ber, 1901. Is aim paid.
Dated Honolulu, Ik-comber 11, 101.
I For further particulars, apply to tHa
Territory Uublua Co, Ltd., or to
I WILL fi. FISIIKR,
DIVIDEND NO. ICE.
TIIK OERMAN SsAVINOS & LOAN
SOCIETY. 526 California street. For
tho half ear ending with December
3lBt, 1901, a dividend lias bee-u declar
ed at thu rato of thriti (3) per cent
pur annum on all depoblts, free of
taxes, payable on aud utter Thursday,
January 2, 1902.
PonndMas(er's Notice of Ostrays
Notice In hereby gUrn that the anl
main (U-Htrlbi-d below have been im
pounded In t,.u novernment Pound ut
Mnklkl, Kona, Island ot Oahu, aud
unit km tbo pound fees nnd damages
are Nxir.fr satisfied will bo sold Hi
th date linreufter named according lo
Dc. 28, 1P01 1 white mare, undo-
Dec. 29. 19011 bay horse, branded
J O It on thu left nlnd leg, white
spot ou fon-liead, also cm the hack,
light font foot hlnck, others white.
Die. 2i, 1901 1 bay horse, branded
II V on right nlnd leg. white spotB
on forehead to nostrils, left hind
foot black, otborB white.
The nhue at raved nnlmnls will lui
The Frenchman for a time discussed mold on Sututday, January II, 1902,
the subject very quietly ns n purely ' If not cnllctl for btiforo the date men-
academic nifstlon: hut gradually he I tinned
tnerican-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT 8ERVICE DETWEEN
NEW TfORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
PfJJSNIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about Dec. 20.
yn PJVt' 6J0 ton. Mil about Jan. 20.
MERICAN, 6,000 tona, to sail during February.
an Francisco 8. 3. HYADE8, 3,000 tons, to sail Jan. .4 for Honolulu.
Ight received at Company's wharf, H2nd Street, South Brooklyn, ut
all times. For further particulars, apply to
.oral Freight Agent H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
VCNTUKA COMHK AND f.OflH.
The Ventura, which arrived nnd de
parted last evening mado a good run
from the Colonies tn this port. She had
but little freight and few passengers
for Honolulu but took a great many
away with her for tho Coast.
Thu Ventura left Hwlney, Dee. 17, nt
2:21 p. m.; Auckland on Dec. 21, at
3:3t p. tn.; Pago Pago on Dec 2fl, at
f Ifi a. in., and made the run thence tu
Honolulu In 6 days and 12 hours. Fine
weather was experienced dining the
voyage with heavy northtast swells.
Head winds sprang up last Saturday
and for three days the Ventura made
Whether wWt-n gifted with fine
talents owe more to tho wide world
than to the home clicle may be it de
lutealila iiciooii, but miry one must
admit that "home-keeping" heurta aro
happiest. Atlauta Coiibtllutlon,
warmed up to hit work, and, forgetting
bis polltcniFH. riepli'teil the whole thing
ac ho saw it In a very graphic way. He
sketched out the sudden swoop upon
the Kngllsli coast of a great French
fleet, tlin landing of r,0,000 men, file ills
pcrsal of the hitntlly organised Kngllsh
levies, and finally the advance of thn
Oalllc conquerors upon undefended
London. "Then," lie cried, rising to a
climax, "when our brave troops had
entetid your London, what would you
do, jiiii Bngllsh?'
"Well," returned Ixird 'almeston,,
with a meditative air, "If they didn't
behave themn Ives I am afraid that w
should lie olillgtd tu have them run In
by the police." London Commercial
Ala ul Miller Qeiiil.
OnVand. Dec. 21 Aianile Miller,
dauifhtor of the "Poet of thn Sierra,'
died very suddenly this morning nt
1!05 Thirteenth nvrnne. wheio she hud
been reading fur some tlm. The Itn
medlato cause ot death wns heart trou
ble nnd whiltt It has been known for
mouths ami even longer that Miss Mil
lor was n HiilTuror fiom heart trouble
it thought thero was Imme
In nrcoidatico with Section 1 ot
Clinntor XXVI of the Laws of 18Sfi:
All persons holding water privileges
or those pttjlng water lutes pru hereby
notified that the water raten for tlt
term ending J nno ;iu, r.xj;, win do aue
hnd pnyablo nt tho otllco of tho Hono
lulu Water Work on the 1st day of
Ml siu-h rales remaining unpaid for
fifteen daH after the are due will bo
sulijtrt to an additional 10 per cent.
Ml privileges upon which rates re
main unpaid February, 1902, (thirty
(a after becoming delinquent), aro
liable to buspenslou without further
Rates aro payuhle at the otHcc of tho
Water Workn In the btirametit of Cap
Biipl. Honolulu Water Winks.
Honolulu, Dt-c, 20, 1901 2021-10t
By reqiKst of stockholders repre
senting one-third of the capital stock
ot the Club BtablcH Co.. Ltd., In tne
absence of Paul It. Isen.crg, Presi
dent, I hereby call a special mooting
of thu stockholders of Bald corpora
tion, tor Dccembor 31st, 1901, at tho
otnen of Club Stable, Ltd., on Fort
street, at 10 o'clock a. m., for tbo
transaction of Important buslnesu.
(Signed) C. 11. BKLL1NA,
2030-2t Vim President.
All porwins holding sowe-r prlvllegeB
or thoso laying sower rates aro here
by notineu thai tne sew.tr rates ror
tho year ending December 31, 1902,
will bit dun and payable M the otllco
of the Superintendent ot Public,
Works on tne 2d day of January, 1902.
All such rules remaining uifpald for
fifteen days after they aro due. will
cause your connection with tho sewer
to bo cut olf. JA8. II. 110YD,
Superintendent of Public Works.
December 27. 191. 202-3t
Tho stenmer W. O. Hull will or
rive at Honolulu on Saturday, Decem
ber 21st nnd 2sth. Instead of Sundays,
as usual, anil will sail from Honolulu
on Monday, December 23d and 30th.
Insteud of on lue-sdsys, as usuaL
The steamer Mlkahala will arrlvo at
Honolulu on Tuesday, December 24th
and 31st, Inttend ut on Wednesdays, a
The steamer Manna Lou will mil
fiom Honolulu on Monday, December
30th, instead of on Tuesday, -if" -
After thvco dates, thu regular sched
ule will bo resumed,
INTF.RISLAND STKAM NAVIGA
TION CO., LTD.,
Uj Its Preiddent: J, KNA-
Intending cabin and stt-orago pas
sengers from tbo port of Honolulu
are hereby Informed that until further
notice the undersigned will not lioolc
pasM-ugeni un tho steamers for which
they are agents unions Bald passenger
report at their olllcu at leant nine (91
dayri previous tn tho scheduled data ot
sailing. Further Information may b
bad upon application tit tbo offices of
II. HACKFEL-. & CO, LTD.'
WM. O. IRWIN & CO..
T. II. DA.-.B CO.
California Safe Depoult & Trust Co,
corner California nnd Montgomery
streets. For the six months ending
December 31. 1901, dividends hnvo
been deelared uu Deposits In tho Sav
ings Depnrtmint of this Company uh
follows: On Term Deposits, nt the
ratn of 3 6-10 per cent per annum, nnd
ou Ordinary Hi-poults, nt the rato of
3 per rent per annum, ireo of tuxes,
and payable on nnd utter Thursday,
January 2. 1902. Dividends uncalled
for nro added to tbo prluclpal and
bear the rume rate of dividend as tho
principal from and after January 1,
1902. J DAL'ZKLL BROWN.
WILOER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
One Hundred Dollars U100.00J ro
wan! will bo paid to any person giv
ing information which win lend tu tno
.arrctt and conviction of tho parties
I who stole a registered malt pouch
from thu steamer Kinati on or about
Saturday, December 21at.
C. L. WIOHT.
2026 It President
WILDER'S STEAM8HIP COMPANY.
Notice to Shippers.
Shippers are notified that a no
freight schedule will go Into etfoct os
ncd after December 1st, 1901.
Information In regard to changes In
retoa enn bo obtained at the office of
the company, corner Fort and Que-ea
C. L. WIOHT.
1991-to Jau. 1 PrvtfldeaL
BOWCRS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night watchmen furnished for bull I
lugs, bilslne-SB property and residences.
Builders will do well to commit Buw-
lors In regard to watchmen.
Intending passenger by tbo steam
er Ventura, leaving Honolulu for Snu
Francisco on December Hint, nro herd
by notified that tho above mentioned
steamer will be given quickest pos
sible dispatch and will nut remain at
this port more than six hours, day or
Tickets for the above Bulling must
bo purchased at the utllce ot the un
dersigned not later than Monday, Do
conbor :mth. Tho Company will not
gunreiitt e tu receive buggagu after the
urrlviil of the steamer, nor tu uri-imgr
transportation after tbo above dnto.
WM. O. IRWIN 4. CO, LIT).,
Oeti. Agts Oceanic S. 8, Co.
The firm of Purdy A Baron, ship's
carpenters nnd builders, hau this day
been dissolved hy mutual ceinr-eot.
C. II. Purdy having bought the entire
buslnesu, will conduct tho same at thl
old stand, soliciting thu good patnm
uge of the port, with tho usual guar
antt'ti ot first class work. All bills pay
uhle inl to C. II. Purdv.
C. 11. PURDY.
Honolulu, DecenibonlS, 1901,
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