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nvns'ixo ntJi.M!TiN. Honolulu, t. ti, sati-rimy. aprit. 21. iooc.
petitions for Administration;
Chin's Sen Slice petitions that letter
of administration Issue to Chlng All
Ling on cslnto of Chlng Kong Wnl In
testate. Hearing May 21, 10 a. m. Judge
Emma Kepoo pollllonn that letters of
Administration Imsiio to licr on estato
of Hobert Kepoo, Intestate. Hearing
May 7. 9 u. in, Judge Lindsay,
llaru Ynshlkl petitions Hint letters of
administration Issuo to K. Knwnsal.l
nnrt 0, IbIiI on estnv of Scnsiikl Yn
rdilkl, Intestate. Hearing May 7, 9 a. in.
Tbos. V. lloliron petitions tliat let
ters of ndmlnlstrntlon Issue to him on
estate of Frnnri-s K. lloliron, Intestate.
Hearing April 3, 9 n, m. Jttdga Lind
say, It. II. Williams petitions that letters
of administration Issue to him on es
tate of Palo McAlpIn, Intestate. Hear
ing April 23, 9 a, in. Judgo Lindsay.
Opupclo Levi (w.) petitions that let
ters of administration Issuo to Helen
Keolil (w.) on estate of Hulukaalanl
(w,), Intestate, Hearing April 23,
a. m. Judge Lindsay.
Petitions tor Probsts of Will.
Henry F. Wlchman petitions for pro
bate of will of llnttlo L. Wkliinaii and
that letters testamentary Issuo to him.
Hearing May 7, 10 a. m. Judge ltobln
ion, John Pala petitions for proliato of
will of I.epcka Pnnlanl and that letters
testamentary Issuo to him and Albcr
tlna K. Panlanl. Hearing April 23,
0 a. in. Judgo Lindsay.
Iloso nuns petitions for probata of
Will of Augusllno Kiios and that letters
testamentary Issuo to Hose ICnos, Au
gustine Kiios, ami Joso Vielra Marctel,
Hearing April 23, 10 a, m. Judgo Kc
polkal. Notices to Creditors.
A. 0. Dickens. J. M. Vivas nnd Jos,
L. Coke ailverllso for all accounts duo
estate of Augustine ICnos, to bo paid at
Knos' store, Wnlliiku.
Hlchard II. Trent.t administrator es
tate of Hannah Fisher, ndvertlses for
claims to bo tiled with him beforo Sep
Harry T. Mills, administrator entato
of Wong Krc, advertises for claims to
bo tiled with him before Aug. 7.
L. Chack Slug, administrator estato
of Lee Hal Hln, advertises for claims
to bo tiled with him beforo Hept, 13.
A. N. HayHehlcn, ndmlnlstrntar es
tato of V. F. SalTery, ndvertlses for
claims to bo Died with him or Jas. I..
Coko before Aug, 21,
C. r. Peterson, administrator estato
of Samuel M, Pedro, advertises for
claims 'to bo filed with htm beforo
Abraham Fernandez, administrator
estate of Hattlo Hiram, advertises for
claims to bo filed with him beforo
U Ablp, ndmlnlstrator estato of Ah
Wo, advertises for claims to bo filed
with him before Aug. 20.
James L, Cooke, administrator es
tate at Samuel Nnwlcln, advertises for
rlnlms to bo filed with him bvforu
J no. M. Palmer, administrator estate
of C. II. Willis. nihertbes for rkilu.a
to be Died with him before Aug. G.
II, P. llaldwlil, administrator estate
nf F. C. Ilaldwln. advertises for ( minis
to bo tiled with him before July 29.
William Helming, ndmlnlstrator es
tato of Itobt. i:. Ford, ndvur tines for
ilalms to bo tiled with him beforo
David Mnlkln, administrator estate
of Moses Aona Kalua, advertises for
claims to bo tiled with htm at offtco
of Carlos I .one beforo July 24.
W. O. Smith, administrator estato
of Lily Malnhci Hlco, advertises for
rlalms to bo filed with him befuru
Stella 0. Pearson, administratrix ci
tato of A. W. Pearson, advertises for
rlalms to bo tiled with L. A. Thurston
befnie July 3.
S. K. Kamatoplll, administrator with
will annexed of estato of Kekoalaut
Ohule, advertises for claims to bo tiled
with him before July 12.
Thos. O. Magulre, administrator es
tato of Geo. F. Carsloy, advertises for
claims to bo Hl9d with him bofoi
Wlllam J. Forbes, administrator es
tate of Annto Isabella Forbes, adver
tises for claims to be HIeel with him be
roro July 4.
John P, Dlas, ndmlnlstrator estato of
Franelrco Alves Hlblero, advertises for
claims to bu filed with blm beforo
Kdinuud Hart, administrator estate
of Ksther Halo, advertises for claims
to bo filed with him beforo Juno 11,
Frank Scott, administrator estato of
Katberlue K. Seott, advertises for
claims to bo filed with him beforo
L. A. Thurston, administrator with
the will annexed of Julia A. Paty, ad
vertises for claims to bo tiled with him
beforo Juno 7.
Achlo Akana, administrator with tho
will annexed of CBtata of N, S. Akana,
advertises for claims to be died with
II. Y. Mills before May 23.
(leorge Olbb, administrator estato
of John Olbb, advertises for claims to
bo filed with Jas. L. Coko boforo
C. Alio, administrator estate of
Aslu, advertises for claims to be filed
with II. T. Mills beforo May 23.
Julian rates, administrator ostato
of Kin ma P. J'atcs, advertises for
claims to be filed with Hurry T. Mills
beforo Mny 23.
W. Pfolenliauer, administrator es
tate of Franz O. W. Uucliholtz, adver
tises for claims to bo filed with him
bcfoio May 25.
Mennl Kckuowa. administratrix es-
into of Kauhiillhla (k), advertises for
Honolulu harbor, will close ai oiuct
claims to bo filed with Henry Smith
beforo May 18,
Moan! Kekuowo. administratrix es
tato of Kamaka lakapa (w), adver
tises for claims to bo filed with Hen
ry Smith beforo May 18.
A. II. II. Vielra, administrator es
tate of M, It. A. Vtelrn, advertises for
claims to be filed with him before
S. Khrllch, administrator estato oc
M. S. Levy, advcrtltes for claims to
Lo filed with him before May 1,
I. Ilia Sauza, executrix estate of An
nto Ueeslng, advertises Cor claims to
be filed with J. Alfred Magoon before
Alice Kapuna, administratrix estate
of Kapuaa (k), advertises for claims
to be filed with J. J. Dunne before
April 31, 100C.
Mngdnlenn llcrgcrsen, executrix es
tate of II. llerKorscn, ndvertlses for
clnlms to be filed with Dald Dayton
before Oct. 5.
Cordelia C. Allen, executrix rstnto
of W. F. Allen, advertises for claims
to bo nied with F, W, Marfarlane be
fore Oct. 4.
II. 11. Panning, executor, advertises
for claims ngalnst estato of Clara II.
Manning to be filled with htm ut office
of J, A. Magoon beforo Sept. 29.
Jnno L. More, executrix will of Jnno
Wilson, advertises for claims to bo
filed with Cecil llrown beforo Sept. 23.
Virginia It. Iscnbcrg ct at., executors
estato of It, A, Iscnberg, advertlso for
claims to bo filed with Kinney, Mo
Clnnnlinn & Cooper before Aug. 23.
Cecil llrown, executor will of Han
nah Wall, advertises for claims to bo
filed with hi in beforo July 29.
Adolph Julius Uactcko, executor ci
tato of Oustnv Kunst, advertises for
claims to be filed with Kinney, Mercian
ahan & Cooper beforo July C.
S. II. Onl. executor will of Daniel K,
Knptilc, ndvlrtlsos for claims to bo filod
with him beforo July 8.
Anna Zimmerman, executrix cstuts
of Albert Zimmerman, advertises for
rlalms to bo filed with her before
Jano Wight, executrix will of James
Wight, advertises for claims to bo filed
ulth tho Henry Watcrhoiisa Trust
Company, Ltd., beforo Juno 1C.
Mlnnlo II. (lllimin, Jacob F. llrown
and Arthur M. Iliown. executors es
tato of Cordelia Hustings Drawn, ad
vertise for claims to bn filed with A,
M. llrown beforo April 24.
H. Kruso, nsslgneo for O. Okamura,
calls for nil rlnlms tn bo presented nt
his olllco beforo May 4.
win. I. iiawnns, reicrce, rnus urse
meeting of creditors of John Hvnngo
llstn (locus, bankrupt, In his olllco
Ktiiiigeuwjlil building. April 21, 12 m.
Win. T. Itnwllns. icferee, calls llnai
merlin gof creditors of U. C. Strata
meyer bankrupt, In his olllco Slangen
wuld building, April 110, 12 111.
Petitions Jfor Hearing
W. S. Kolmyakuwa. administrator
estate of Salchl Oklmoto. petitions for
final accounting and discharge. Hear
ing April 21. 1U u. m. Judge Parsons.
U. it. Hendry, ndmlnlstrator estate
of 1). A. Hay, petitions for mini nc
counting nnd discharge. Hearing May
14, 10 li. ni. Judge Hubliismi.
D.ivld fl. llucbarl, ndmlnlstrator es
tato of Hubert ltniii'iuy, petitions for
llunl accounting unit discharge. Ili-.u-lug
April 21, 1U a. m. Judge Paibous.
Wm. (). Smith, ndmlnlstrator estato
of Hnopll Sllvu. petitions for llnal ac
counting mid discharge. Ilearlu;; April
20. 12 m.
Kong Yin Tet, administrator estate
of Lam Tshitng Chin, petitions for llu
nl accounting and dlschaiga. Hearing
April 23, 9 n. ni. Judgo Lindsay.
Cecil Hi own. oxetutor estate of Ka
nahii Drcntg. petitions for tlnnl ac
counting and discharge. Hearing May
14, 10 a. in. Judge Itobinson.
Ida Akau. executrix cstalo of In-
maid Watwalole, advertises for claluiH
to bo filed with her beforo Hept. 28.
W. O. Smith, executor cstnto of W.
L. Wilcox, petitions for final nsccount
Ing and discharge. Heating April 21,
!) n, in, Judgo Lindsay.
At Police Station. Mny nth, 12 m
Interest of Mrs. J. K. laukei In land
nt Knllhl will be sold at public auction
fur Judgment for $2 II. OX iuteirst nnd
At Police Station May 11. 12 m In
terest of Chun Loko et nl, lu lease
holds at Pulvva far Judgment for 157.02
lutci est and costs.
At Police Station. April 28, 12 m.,
Interests ol M. M, Sllva tu mcrchancJIm
will be sold nt public iimilou for Judg
ment fur (173.G7 Interest and costs.
At Coult House, Houokaa, Mny 12,
12 M Conunlslhoner of Public U-iml.i
will rell nt public miction lands In
Panullo Tract, Hnmnkun, Hawaii.
At Public Uuds olllce, llllo, April
28, 12 ui.. Cimunlualunor ut Public
Lauds will scl lat public nurtlun flvo
year lease of hind nt Puua. Hnwnll.
At court House Hnuiii ivonnin, April
14, 12 m.. Commissioner of Public
Lands will sell nt public miction land
In South Kohnla,
Mortgage made by Knuwc to J, D.
Paris, recorded In Liber 231, pap-s
I7U-8S0, covering Innd lu llooKrun ami
Knuhako. will be sold at public auction
nt District Court House. South Kor.a,
Mny 111, 12 M.
Mortgngn mndo by Hawaii Laud Co.
to It. I). Mead, lecordcd In Liber 232,
pages C2-CU, rovcilng Innd nt l.nhnlnn,
will bn sold at public miction nt Mor
gnn'ii auction loo.ns May 12, 12 tn.
Mortgago mndo by W. C. Achl to It
D. Mend, reconled In Liber 227, pages
atiS-lui. covering Innd nt coiner nf
King mid l.lllhn Btrcets, mid mm I III
catesj of slock, will bo bold at Mor
gan'.i auction rooms May 12, 12 in,
Morlgngc made by John Lucas to
Joseph Mnrsi1ii, recorded In Liber
1S7, pages 48.1-48n, coveting land on
l.llll.n street, will bo sold at public
auction at Morgan's miction rooms
April 28, 12 in.
Mortgage made by Dnl! Knalinnul
to William Henry, recorded In l.lber
2S2 pages 45H-8, covering Innd on
Vineyard street, will bo sold at public
mutton nt Moignn's auction roams
April 30, 12 m.
Mortgage made by D. McKenzle to
F. W. Mncfarlnne and August Alliens,
trustee, covering Isnd nt Punchbowl
nnd lteretanln streets, will bn sold at
public auction nt Morgan's miction
rooms May fi, 12 m.
At Judiciary Ilutldlng April 211, 12
m Datld Dayton, guardian, will sell
nt public miction land nt Pearl City.
At .Morgan's miction rooms April 18,
, 12 m.. A. Lewis, guardian, will sill
at public auction property at corner of
Piiiiphnu nnd Hastings avenues.
For construction of two miles of
wlro fence will rose nt ohlce of Com
missioners of Agrlriilturo April 23,
12 ni. ,
For constructing concrete culvert
nnd approaches ner Nlumnlu stream
will close with County Supervisors
.May 2, 9:30 a. m.
For wood stnve and steel j.lpo for
Territory of Hawaii will eluso nt tho
otllco of tho Superintendent of Public
Works Mny 1, 12 m.
Jns. A. Hopper & Co., Uriel: ware
house, Punchbowl and Halekauulla
P. I.. On Tnl, repairs in store. Nun
mm St.; Wong Wong.
Lucas Pros., stable for Mrs. Allen,
Tojlynmn, repairs on slore, North
Clins. Itustnco, cottage, Knplolnnl
street; Jus. Jolt, Jr.
Met .Meat Co., warehouse, rear mar
lect, King St.; John Knit
Mrs. Ke.irns, factory. Adams lane; A
Pllnres A Co,
Miss M. I Perry, cotinge. Kunawnl
l.inn; A. Pllnres & Co.
Waller (1, Smith, cottage. Cooper
Tract, Minion Valley, H. It. Ilnth.
Louis Toulssnnt, outhouse, Iwllel
rond; i:. It. Il.ith.
P. L. On Tnl. brick store. Hwn Nuu-
nnii St.; Sing lllng Krc.
Tliosn, II. Wnlker, cottage. King St.;
Trom Ilnwnll. per stmr. Ktnnu, Apr.
21. .lames A. Kennedy. Oeo. N. Wil
cox, J. M. Dow sett, August Dreler,
W. O. Smith, Mrs. W. O. Smith. L.
A. Thurston, W. F. Dillingham. Hmll
Dirlcr. August Dreler Jr.. T. 13. Wall,
Miss Fargehar, Mrs. I). Pultnr, H. H.
Peck. Mrs. S. S. Peck and child, Mrs.
Iwukhlta, Mrs. II. Tin Van ami Infant,
Mrs. i:. II. Lognu mid child. Miss V..
Worry, Miss Julia Lognu, (!co. Hca,
Mrs. J. Oii'cn, C. 1). (Irccn. L. C.
Paltiisoii, Mrs. F. l llredrfrld, Miss
J. M. Lrbbs, I. lllgnslil. Mrs. I. Ill-
gashl, JanicH McSwnnsou, C'npt. Ilrny,
F. (1. dn Hosn, Hev. S. Kolmiiu, Mrs.
B. Koilama. Muster Knknl Koilama.
ISH I. Kodnnin, Miss Kin Koilama.
Henry II. Kenton. J. C. Atidorson, P.
Ci it -. Q. II. lleir-y. JantcH T. Tn:
lor, II. T. Ilaskins, Jnim ii.irciu, iicv.
Y. Mllnra. Jose Pcnn. I'. It. 1 niirot,
Mrs Illna NiH'ole. Master (!co. Niif-
olo, A. J. Qptiz. V. Pfotrnhaiior.
Per stmr. Claudlne, for Maul riorls.
April 21)2. Dr. A. J. Derby. Mr. and
Mis. II. P. Jlildwln. Mlsi Wells. Mrs.
.liio rnriier, .mis. jiio, i rsouey, .urn.
Clins, K. Notley, Mrs. Sol. Falrllwiliiu.
Win. McOrnvv. Jim. K. Not ley, t'lin3.
0'rinlllvan, Mrs. H. Ami, Mrs, L. Cnstn
nnd child, l:. A. Loagy, W. C. Jeffrlrs,
WM. Q. IBWItU CO., LTD.
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The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
The Weekly lMltlo; of the Kvenln.
Uulletlu slves n complete summary of
- ' the nwn of the day.
Hawaii Would Have To
Be Dropped In Event
Snys the San Francisco examiner nf
lU'icnl hoillln developments In
China, together with frequent report
of the aggressive trade activities of
Japan, have stirred Interest in com
mcrcliil circles as to the total Itiudo
guary of the Pmlllc Const defense
ltear-Admlrnl Louis Kemprf icMrrd,
who was In command of the China
squadron of the Asiatic licet under
Itrar-Admlral Itemey during the bom
bnrilinent of the Tiiku forts, said c
tcrdny Hint San Francisco wns pruc
'The reduction of the land butteries
that nrc supposed to guard our harbor,
said Admiral Kenipff, "would be chlld'i
play tu a licet of any size It would not
be necessary fur u licet to come liisldu
to destroy the city. With the Ion
rifugc guns lu the ships of the uavlcj
of the world n squndiuu could maneuv
er outside the Cliff House and shell tho
An ordinary fleet could conic inside
the bay without figuring on the loss of
but one-third of the ships. The c limi
ne! Is too deep nnd the tides too strong
for the cITcilual use of mines, and the
ships that would get In could make S.m
Francisco n grcnt pile of ruins. The
entire coast line Is defenseless, speak
Ing from n practical standpoint, mid
our navy would have to hug I he lam
lu the event of n war. The Philippine
and the Hawaiian Islands would have
to be dropped nnd left lo the bauds of
e t i
lll'o. April 17. The Inventlgnllon of
Jload Supervisory K. I.yinnii by Su
pervisors Molr nnd Desha occurred
nrroidlng to schedule Saturday. Dep
uty County Attorney Alull assisted In
the rnso ;nd Attorney Carl Smith wns
on hand In tho luterests of Mr. Cn
brlnln. who lind been drawn Into the
coiitioveisy by Mr. Lyman In his re
ply to tho charges, .Mr. Ityan. who
asked tho Hoard to Investigate, was
on baud, full to lu brim with suspi
cion, nnd, as be claimed, evidence.
The charges vvcro rend to Mr. Lmnii.
Asked by Chnlrmmi Molr If they wero
It no. ho stntcd Hint so far as having
received the assignments wns roil
ccrricd, they wero Irun; but as to tho
rest, they wero not true. Mr. Ityan
was asked If ho had boon defrauded
by tho means claimed. Not having
been, lie wns advised that If he or
any of his friends lind been, and
would bring In dcflnlto charges the
cmr- would be investigated, it was
ruled Hint there wns nothing befene
the meeting Hint could bo considered,
nnd sliougly Intimated Hint the time
of the llontd wns being foolishly wast
cd. Ill ic-ply lo mi Inquiry, At oin-y
(Mil Smith wns liifoiuied that the I'.l
lirinha mailer would not bo ecmsld'i'
cd by tho Supervisors, nn tho courts
wero open for the disposal of llipicr
llllo, April 17. The subscribers to
the stock of the llllo Pincnpplo Cru
licry Company met nt l-'liemnn's Hull,
Snturd.iy iiflrrnoon, The llrst assess
ment on the stock wns paid In mid or
Kiililriitlon proceeded with by the elec
tion as temporal)' ollhers of John
Siott. c hull iii.ui, nnd A Lindsay, sec
retary. Minutes of tho preliminary
meeting held March 30, were rend nun
iippioved. V.. K. Richards reported that
the amount of the- slock had been over
subscribed by forty shares. It was
de.-liUd, upon n motion, that the olllrrrs
of the company should be u president,
vice president, scrictnry, tieasuicr.
nudltor, mid three dire, tors. At the
election following, John T. Scott wns
c IcUcd president over his earnest pio
test; i:. i:. lttchnids wns elected vice
piesldcnt; II. Vlcnis. si'cietury; II V.
Palteii, tiunsiircr, ll. II Metiver. mid-
Iter. A. Llndtay, IC. N. Holnief unci I'
S. L.V11IIU1. dlieitois. Messrs. C. C. Ken
nedy. John T Molr mid John Watt de-
e lined olllce, Such ollhers hold mi'tli
the iiimplctloii of the oiganlz.itlou ot
the eonipany. The illrecturK hold u
melting Immediately following nil
leiuiiimcnt of tho stockholders' meet)
Ing nnd elected committee to prepa'tt-
ni lilies of liiiorpoi.illnii and by-laws. 1
Tim Catholic Church of St. John tliel
Ilnptlbt, Kiilllil-wiieiu, In chnrgo oil lis which this Insurance company Is
Hev I'ather Clement Tomorrow, Aprlll lotilciited to be-nr, nnd tnkeu upon It
22, (list Sunday nfler Hasler Sunday,! self In ibis policy, they nro of tho
S .10 a. in., high mass, sermon, collec
tion, Sunday school 4 p m Hos.iry.
Tho Catholic Church of tho Sue red
Heart, MuriUCHvllle (I'liunhou) lu
chnrgo of Itev. Father Clement. To
morrow, April 22, 11 n. in., high majs,
i.cimon. collection, Sunday school,
p. in., Itosury Next diiy. April 23, 7 11.
m communion mass,
Corner AlnKcn and KIiik streets,
Junior C. i:.. !i n. in, S.-nlor O, K,
I! .10 p. in ; Illlilet hcliool. Ill 15 n, in.;
prcarliliiK. U a. in. and 7'Hn p. in.;
ino-nliiK. "Choosliii; nil ICinlronnicnt";
cveuliiK, "Sent eh lor n ll.isls of Chi hi'
Han Union (Subjectively Consider'
cd)" You nro loidlnlly Invited tic
nny and all sen Ices. (I. I), P.dwnrdsi
P CUMnATCD W
There are hundreds of men nnd
women who havo not eaten a hear
ty meal for years. Their stom
achs hnvo "gono back" on them.
In such cases the Hitters will bo
found very helpful. It strength
ens tho stomach nnd cures Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, Poor Appetite,
Heartburn, Bloating Cramps or
llnslug calculations upon the pub
lislie f tables of tho underwriters,
vvlile h showed payments of premiums
In Pan Francisco amounting prnrtl
rally in three millions of dollars In
P.iO'i, It Is probable! that the total of
Insuimicv tarried In the city, tiro In
Hiirnrce. was lu the neighborhood of
three hundred millions.
Of (Ire insiirnucc, the policies of
Sau l'rnnelsc ci, probnbly !) or !' per
cent, of them wcic willten urcordlng
to .he New York Standard form. This
form contains tho following provision
but tins no enrtheiunko clause:
"If n building or any part thereof
fall, except as the result of lire, nil
Insuinnco on such building, or Its con
tciitii, shall Immediately censo."
The rarthquakp clause In Insurance
policies, written or stumped lu red
Ink across tho face of those Issued
lu Honolulu and famlllnr to every put
Icy-holder here, vvus Inserted nfler the
grcnt Martinique disaster, The order
to Insert the volcntio clnuso was glv
en by the Insurance companies to the
llonrel of Fire Unilerwrlli'rs of tho
Territory of Hnwnll nt tho beginning
of 1IM1.1. On the nih of Mnrch of that
year, all tho Insurance ngentH nf this
city had to sign ail agreement binding
thenu elves to Insert tho volcano
clause in all fire Insurance policies Is
sue 1 by them.
There Is nothliiK of thnt kind lu tho
New York Slnndaid form proper, but
tho No- York form contains this pro
vision: "This company shall not bn liable
for loss rnusi'd directly or Indirectly
by Invasion, insuriectlon, riot, civil
war or commotion, or military or
iis'iri cd power, or by order of any civ
il nttthorlt). or by thelt, or by the neg
lect of the Insured to uso all reason
nhlo means to savo nnd preserve the
property nt mid nlle-r n tiro, or when
the property Is endangered by Hie In
The burden of proof Is nlvvnys upon
the Insurance company, but li may
perhaps be assumed lh.it thorn would
bo Homo tiro liability lu Sail l-'inni Iseo,
but nt the same time, ns u llrelnsur
a nee eonipany insure,) only n liullillng
and not heaps of ruins thrown down
by convulsion, it would be Incumbent
upon the ronirnnlci to osinhllsh thnt
tho buildings we-r thrown down be
fore they wero burned. For uny build
lugi wore tliiovvn down before they
wero binned. For nuy bulbllnga
blown up by he military niithorltles
with il)iinmllo to chrrk tho spread of
tonllagrnlloii, of course, theio would
Marine Insurance would not censo
upon any vessel, or Its cargo, us soon
lis tho ship had leached the port or
the wharves In Sau Francisco. Tuo
clauses In the Mnrlno policies cover
ing this contingency nro of tho most
sweeping ibnrnclcr. The cargo
clause lu these policies, ns It is writ
"llegliinlng the ndvrnturo upon the
snld property or Interest fiom mid
Immediately following tho loading
thereof, on board said vessel ut as
aforesaid (meaning (he point of do.
parluie) mid so shall ronlluiin nnd en-iluii-
until snld property or Interest
shall be safely landed us nfnresabl.
And It shall he lawful for the snld ves.
..el lu hor voyage lo proeeeif mill sail
to, touch nnd slay nt, any ports or
places. If thereunto obliged by stress
of weather or other unavoidable nccl
The form of policy on tho ship it
self runs for the tlnio for whli-h It Is
tnkeu out. whether the ship ban reach
I eel port III me meniiiimn or noi, i lie
I third clause In tho form of
"Touching the adventures and pel-.
sens, fires, pluitcs, assallliiK thieves,
Ji-itlHiiis, barmtry of tho mariners
(but not of tho master) cmhculo-
Lincnt or Illicit trade, or nny trade In
uiicii-s coiiinuiiiiMi in wiir i-Ait-iii-u
ii nil rases and all other hisses and
ilsloitunes Hint shnll toinn to the
in r t or ilniunRO of the vessel heieby
nsiiied, or nny part tlieioof, to which
usiiicrs tire Halite by tho rules and
iistoms of Insiirniiri) In Sail Iraurls
IniliiilliiK Hie ruh-s for adjustment
losses nnd the provisions of tho
'Ml Codo of California."
i Vessels Insuii"! nil) Insurccl nualnst
'hi' leirius of loss protldcd In their
mile Us until suih policies shall craso
Hid di-lcriiilne. and their ciiikos nro
muii'il until hiiidi'd.
MT" Fine Job Printing at the Bul
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port at hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCI8CO!
SONOMA APIt. 25
ALAMDDA MAY 4
VKNTUHA MAY 1G
ALAMKDA MAY 2S
SIINIHA Jl'NIl li
ALA.MI'.DA JL'Ni: 16
In connection with the sailing 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.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Win. G. Irwin & Co,, Ltd
4 OCEANIC 8. 8. CO., GENERAL AOENTS.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co
Occidental and Oriental Steamship
Co., and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and leave this
port on or about the dates below mentioned:
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
AMERICA MAIIU ,
"Call t ManllA.
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
HL Hackfeld &
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN S. S. CO
Direct Service between New York and Htwaii&n Islands, Via Pacific
Prom Now Vorlc to Honolulu
S.3, "ALASKAN" to sail MAY 1
8.8. "TEXAN" to sail MAY 25
Freight received at all times at the Company's Wharf, 4Ut ,
Street, South Brooklyn.
Prom Son Prnnclaco To Honolulu Direct.
8.8."NCVADAN" to sail MAY 3
8.8."NE0RASKAN" to sail MAY 24
Freight received at Company's Wharf, Greenwich St.,
and each month thereafter.
Prom Honolulu to Son Prnnclaco.
VIA 8AN FRANCISCO.
E.S. "NEBRA8KAN" to sail APR. 22
O.S. "NEVADAN" to sail MAY 13
Pro"n Sunttlw and Tacomn to Honolulu
88. "NEVADAN" , to sail APR. 27
S.S. "NEBRASKAN" . to sail MAY 18 ,
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY AT
C. P. MORSE, H- Hdckfeld & Co., Lt
ENERAL FREIGHT AGENT. AGENT8, HONOLULU.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
8teamers of the above line, running In connection with the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, D. C, and Sydney, N. S. W
and calling at Victoria, D. C, Honolulu and Suva, Fiji, and Brisbane, ara
DUE AT HONOLULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
From Vancouver nnd Victoria, D. C. j From Sydney and Drlsbane,
(For llrlsli.ino and Sjdney) ' (For Victoria nnd Vancouver, ll.C.)
MOANA MAf C MAIIHNO MAY I
MAIIUNO JHNi: 2 AOHANOI MAY 3
AOItANtll Jt'Ni: tin MIOWF.HA JUNH 27
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and Eu
rope, For Freight and Passage and alt general Information, apply to
Theo. H. Uavl f & Co.. Ltd. General Agents.
J. F. Morgan, President; C.J. Campbell, Vice President; J. L, McLean,
Secretary; A, F. Clark, Treasurer; N. E. Gedge, Auditor; Frank Huctace,
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
DRAY MEN, 63 QUEEN ST.
Firewood, Stove and Steam Conb
ALSO WHITE AND BLACK SAND. TELEPHONE MAIN 295.
BUILDING and PAINTING CONTRACTORS. House furniture of ill
kinds repaired and varnished. Yard and lawn work a specialty. Tools fur.
nlshed. Cooks, Yardboys and Day L borers supplied on short notlca.
Offlcs. GREEN HOUSE. 8. King m. Walklkl road. Ttl. Whits 2401
Our $65 White
are marvels of beauty and du
rability. They stand 5 feet B
Inches, the four aides are fit
ted with removable tablets
with raised letters. Endorsed
by "Tho Scientific American"
as mots-proof and strictly
Sole Agent for Islands, BOX 181,
J. M. Davis
8EWING MACHINE REPAIRER.
1256 FORT 8T. near BERETANIA.
Se vlng machines rented, $2.50 per
A maehlno cleaned and put In or
Weekly Bulletin SI P" year.
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO:
vnNTititA Arn. 24
ALAMP.DA MAY S
BIIUtltA MAY IS
ALAMi:i)A MAY 30
SONOMA .if.sn 1
ALAMIIIJA JINK 20
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO:
(NIPPON MARH APR. 24
DORIC MAY 1
HONKONO MAItU MAY IS
75c per month
pun distilled wata
Delivered to any part of
city by courteous drivers. j
Oahu Ice and Electric Ci
Kewato. Telephone Blue 3151.
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers In Lumber and Cc'i
ALLEN &. ROBINSON,
queen ST., ;::::: :: HONOLULU.
MokH rih and Strength for Slok nnd
wy.inuMiniK iiivnK, iiui, iu muw,
chrokJllniah llnou Ironiltn l
resist II. Seldl
or 3 hoies fori
J Of DrURtki 's. 75 els n boi.
r 12.. Of mal..-d on reoelnl M
prloe. Write uetibout Home Trentment.
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