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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2f, 1900.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive
FROM SAN FIIANCISCO.
Sierra Nov. 27
Zealandla Dec. 10
Mariposa Dec. ID
Zealandla Jan. 2
Sonoma Jan. S
Alameda u. Jan. 19
Sierra Jan. 29
Alameda Feb. 9
Ventura Feb. 19
Alameda Men. 2
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers the agents ire 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 nil European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Occidental and Oriental SteiisMp Co. 0 Tojo Risen Kaisni
...,. Bleaaera of lleaOTecoa;eniee will call at Honolulu ui leave thlt poll oi or aboil Mo
For lapan and China:
Rio 4c Jauelro ....
America Maru ......
. Dec 1
, Jan s
For reaeral Information tply
H. Hackfeld &
Afttr1i..fB.r a that AkAv Hntj. runntfli Ib tAnntetioa with Iha CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO
MIwmo Vftocoovtr, B C.and Sydney, N. S.W ,
in ajuu at Jiumtauuiju on or aoout int.
IOM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C ,
For Brlibtn) ao4Syinyi
, .1 Aoiang Nov. 14
i.... I Warrlmoo Dtc. t
JWTbrcocb tick... li.u4 from Honolulu to Canada. United Statai and Eurcpa. For Fralcbt and
Paiaara aad aft toral lofornatlon, apply to
Theo. H. Davics & Co., Ltd.. Gcn'l Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
S. S. "AMERICAN" has left Now York for this port via San Francisco,
Tacomn, Seattle and Nanalmo on 0:lolier 30th.
S. S. "HAWAIIAN" will bo dispatched from New York en or before De
cember 30th for San Francisco, 1'tigct Sound and Nanalmo en route to Hono
lulu. Freight received at company's wharf, 42d Street, South Brooklyn, at nil
For further particulars apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Wilder tasto Co., Ltd.
8., 8. Ktnau,
MOLOKAI. MAUI, HAWAII.
Will sail from Honolulu on
Tuesdays at 12 noon, for Kau
aakakal, Lahalna, Maalaca Bay, Klhel,
GUkena, Kawalhae, Mahukona, Lau
anoehoe and Hllo.
Returning will sail from Hllo on
frldasa at 10 a. m . for above named
porta, arriving In Honolulu on Satur
tuy. Passengers and freight will be taken
lor Makena, Mahukona, Kawalhao, HI
to, Hakalau, Honomu, Papalkou and
Pftssengers and PACKAGES ONLY
srtll be taken for Kaunakakal, Lahalna,
tUalaea Bay, Klhel and Laupahoehoe
6. 6. Claudine.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at E p. m. touching at Lahalna, Ka
fculul, Nahlku, Hana, Hamoa and Kl
fjahulu, Maul. Returning, touches at
above named ports, arriving In Hono
lulu Sunday mornings.
WU1 call at Nuu. Kaupo, once each
8. 8. Lehua,
MOLOKAI, MAUI, LANAI.
1 Balls every Monday for Kaunakakal,
amalo, Maunalel, Kalaupapa, Lahat
a, Honolua, Olowalu. Returning ar
rives at Honolulu Saturday mornings.
This company reserves the right to
sake changes In the time of departure
and arrival of Its steamers WITHOUT
NOTICE, and It will not be responsible
for any consequences arising there
from. Consignees must be at the landing
3a receive their freight. This corn
many will not hold Itself responsible
tor freight after It has been landed.
Live stock received only at owner's
This company will not be responsible
lor noney or valuables of passengers
OaUess placed In the care ot the pur
ler. Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. Those fall
lag to do so will be subject to an ad
ditional charge ot twenty-five per cent.
The company v. HI not bo llablo for
loss of, nor Injury to, nor delay In de
livery of baggage or personal effects of
passengers, or freight of shippers, be
yond the amount ot 1100, unless the
value of the same be declared when to
eelved by the. Company, and an extra
charge be made therefor.
All employes of the company are for
bidden to receive freight without de
livering a shipment receipt therefor In
Ue form prescribed by the Company,
and which may be seen by shippers
pon application to the pursers ot the
Shippers are notified that It freight
la shipped without such receplt It will
to solely at the risk of the shipper,
O. L. WIOHT, President,
a. B. ROSE), Secretary.
DIPT, T. C CLARKE, Port Bupt
and leave this port ae hereunder:
Zealandla .. Nor, ."1
Zealandla ...' Dec. 14
Alameda , ....... Dec. 20
Zealandla .....". Jau. 5
Sierra rJan. 8
Alameda 'Jan, 23
Mariposa .., Jan. 31
Alameda .'. Feb. 13
Sonoma . ,'. Feb. 19
Alameda Men. 6
Sierra .'Mch. 12
Alameda .... Mch. 27
Ventura Apr. 2
For San Francisco:
Rio de Janeiro .
. Nov )o
.. uec. o
. .Jan I
Co., Ltd., Agents.
anl ctlltnt at Victoria. C. C . Honolulu and Brtibant
auti rtiow nana tii 1
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANB
For Victor la ani Vancouver (B.C.)
I WarriBioa Nov. at
t Mlowcra.... Dec. iv
THREE TRAINS DAiLY
From San Frartcl v).
TWO TRAINS DAILY
From Portland . . .
Leave ban Francisco: S.00 A. M., 10.00
A.M., 6-oo p M.
Leave Porland: g-t? A. M., 0:00 P. M.
Through without Chance.
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
: Pullman Palace Sleepers Buffet,
Smoking and Library Car with
Bitber bhop and Pleasant Reading
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon
D. W. HITCHCOCK, Genral Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX. G. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Co.
From and After January 1. 1849
TATIONS. Dallr Oallr
(Oatsiafd) u. Sn, tall aa Sua. Dallr Dallr
AM. AM. AM. PJt. PJif
Honolulu 111 a 11 iioj j i 511
J"'1.?,""" ! 4! " " !
BwaMIII ) 10 oJ moo a oj in
2!" "So .... a a
Wl. S ....
Kabuku rata .... I111 ,,,,
(Inward) .1 So.. Dally Dallr Dallr
AM. AM. VM. Pit.
Walalua 1 10 .... a jo
Walanaa mo .... j si
IwaMllt. jjo r as iios aia
eailClly tl So iijo aja
MOlula ill l3 a OS la.
F. C. Smith, Gen'l Paw. A Tloket
O. P. rtRNiHON, Hnrwerlntemdxnt.
Violin - Studio
Room 4. Love Building.
Mrs, Addis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, " Mljjnon "
720 Beretanla street. Tel. 1114. 1617 If
B. K. KAAI,
Teacher of ' ' ,itar, Mandolin, Zltbai
Ukulele and Taro Patch,
Orders to b loft care of Wall, Niohoh
Co ' V'Mrtrom Maalo Oo,'s JMf
Notable Speech Made
At Guild Hall
PLEASANT WORDS FOR
THE AMERICAN PEOPLE
Satirical Arraignment of British War
FeverHeartfelt Reference to Loss
of Valuable Lives Reply
of Mr. Choate.
London, Nov. 9. What Is probably
the most brilliant of all functions In
England tho Lord Major's banquet
took place this owning. It will lie
memorable even to Americano by rea
son of the following remarkable utter
ance of Lord Sallsburj. who. In the
presence of 900 guests, Including United
States Embassador Choate, tho mem
bers of tho Ilrltlsh Cabinet and many
of the leading men of England, spoke
as follow b of the American election:
"Wc bellevo that the cause which
has won IsJho cause of civilization and
commercial honor. Wc believe thos'
principles to be at the root of all prov
Jierlty and nil progress In tho world,
lliercforo ne chlm that wc' liao as
much right to rejoice In what Ins taken
place as the distlngtiRhcd gcntlcmun
(referring to Mr Clunto) who situ at
my side, '
This wa followed by loud nnd pro
longed cheers, which made the goll
pinto on the oaken stiehes shUcr ami
the great rafters of tho Guildhall rln;
nnd ring again.
Lord Sallsburj " Incursion Into tho
national politics of the I'nlled States
was preceded by an apology. In thn
course of which he said: "Ono of tho
circumstances which gratified mo moKt
(luring the past jear has been the
hearty feeling displaced between thU
countr) and the United Stntes. I hope
Mr. Chnnto will forgUe me If there Is
any Irregularis In my expression. It
Is qulto wrong for a Secretary of Stat)
to malco any obsenatlons with rcapf-ci
to the International politics of another
country, but I nm soon to gUe up my
ofTlce, nnd In view of this nbanllonmen,
which Is close at hand, I hopo Mi.
Choate will forgUe me for expressing
the supreme satisfaction with which all
of us hao heard of what has recentlv
taken placo In the United States."
Mr. Choate, rcpljlng a few minutes
later to the toast of the diplomatic
corps, declared that Lord Salisbury
had stated with such truth, simplicity
and earnestness the result of the elec
tion that ho (Choate) would not at
tempt to add to It, although he would
cnturc to congratulate the noble lo-d
upon the fact that his remarks had
been made after Instead of before the
Kxicpt In Its references to the United
States, tho speech of the Premier cast
an extraordinary gloom oer tho gor
'geous banquet. Following directly
after the Colonel commanding the Cltv
Imperial Volunteers, Lord Salisbury
started his hearers who caught the
drift of his remarks by satirizing the
war feer, although praising the cour
age of the soldiers and declaring thai
the passionate admiration ot mlllliry
alor etlnced b tho 'lopulace mut
produce 11 chitige ot nttll'iili on the
part of the crtslde world when low
ing English character.
Then, with lowered olcc tnJ almost
trembling accent, he went on to Bpenk
of tho prico of ictor nnd the ra-
nges ot death, dealing especially with
the Queen's berraeniuit In the loss ot
Prince Christian Victor, finally, wlt'i
bent head and hands clasped, he ut
teuil a hope almost n prajcr, that
Lord Roberts might bn spared the sol
um now hanging oer him bj reason
of tho critical condition of his daugh
ter, Tears siJrang to tlicf ejes of
women, nnil men moed uncomfortablj
In their seats. The silence and solem
nly grow oppressive.
Awakening from self-abstraction, tho
Premier reviewed tho events of tho last
twehe months. Mr. Krueger and the
Empress of China, he went on to say,
had forced war upon (Ireat llrltaln.
His extraordinary speech closed with
a fen Id appeal to the people, ot Eng
land to maintain their defenses In such
a perfect condition that "wo shall not
bo exposed to any Biidden Interruption
of the peace upon which our prosperity
"The supremo condition," exclaimed
the Premier, " Is that no reform, no
Improvement, is of the slightest ali.o
unless security ngalnst external Inter
ference Is obtained by putting our de
fenses In kucli u posjtlon that no acci
dent ma happen bejond mil borden
ill it sli ill make our seuirlt) doubtful "
'I ho majorlt) of Lord Kiillutmn'J
beams bcllinei! tint tills warning,
which was ilel her ed In his most Im
luessUu manner, referred to tho pos
sibility of Trench antagonism
Mr. Cliontu'H speech consisted chiefly
of u humorous ski tch of the liUtorj of
Downing street, which, ho said, wis
mimed utter a Massachusetts bo) In
coiuliiKlon he expressed hU belief that
' so long us Lord Sallsburj 11 ml McKlu
ley lontliuio lo hold the re I lis of gov
ernment there will bet no iIuiiki r of uuy
disturbance of the honorable and
frleudlj relations now existing betwieu
the United State, and Or eat llrltulu,"
Meet on the Level
Chicago, Nov. 8. Chicago's society
leaders and their domestics met on a
level nt the Home Science reception to
day at the appointed rooms of the club
In the Tine Arts building.
Skilled cooks, second girls, seam
stresses and other emplojes who help
to mako the household run smoothly
rubbed elbows with Mrs. Potter Palm
er, Mrs. Hcnrotln, the national presi
dent of tho Federation of Women's
Clubs, and other leaders of tho eltj'a
high society stratum,
Tho reception was opened to tho pub
lie nt 2 o'clock this afternoon, and wai
In full blast up to 10:30 o'clock to
night. It Is the second annual exhibi
tion of the kind given b tho club, and
Its object Is to place upon exhibit and
In competition the handiwork of house
wives nnd their helpers In cooking,
sewing and the like, with tho view of
elevating the emploje. Prizes will bo
awarded nnd medals given to domestics
long in the servlco of ono cmplojer.
Ilrldgct, Marj and Hilda bore them
selves proudly throughout tho diy and
OLD KAHULUI GONE 4
Seattle (Wash ), Nov. C Tho steam
ship Roanoke, which brought news
Inst night of tho wreck ot the steam
ship Cleveland on the rocks thirty
miles north of Nome on October 21th,
reached hero today. The Cleveland Is
a total loss, and with her went down
400 tons of coil destined for Nome. The
night before the steamer drifted ashore
the second olTlcer George Edwards of
Seattle, was washed overboard Captain
Kllbbgard, who represents the Cleve
land and Clnrles I). Nelson at Nome
lecclved news of the wreck the follow
ing morning Ono of the crew maelo
the Jourmj down from tho wreck to
Nomo to break the news of the disaster.
The Cleveland carried 11 cargo of 100
tons of coal consigned to the mllltaiy
nuthoiltlcs and wns unloading her car
go at Nome when tho storm came up on
October 23d. Operations were at onco
stopped nnd tho Cleveland put to sea.
Snow fell thick nnd fast and the w Ind
Mew n hurricane when tho Clevelanl
started for Sledgo Island. Tho Cleve
land wns towing a lighter containing
COO sacks of coal, but she made heavy
weather and had to cut tho lighter
adrift, Thlrtjx miles north of Capo
Nome the Cleveland struck n rock on
October 21th and soon went to pieces.
Her signals of distress attracted the at
tention of the United States cutter Mc
CnMoch which went to her nsslstanco
nnd saved the passengers and crew.
When Captain Kllbbgard heard of
the disaster he sent n messenger out to
the Government transport Seward to
request the captain to steam up the
coast and render the Cleveland any as
The Cleveland sailed from Seattle for
Nome September 2Sth with n cargo it
1200 tons of coal for tho military au
thorities All save the 400 tons luJ
been discharged at St. Mlihacl nnd
Lntctst Freight! unci ChiiptcrK
l'ollcjulnK were the freights and
charters at San Francisco foi ports on
these Islands for tho week ending Nov
Challenger, am. sp , 139S tons (at
Tncoma) coal thenco to Kahulul, bj
Alexander . Daldwln, Ltd.
Oerard C. Tobey. Am bk , 13S9 tons'
coal from Puget Sound to Honolulu, b
Welch & Co.
Skagit, Am. bkt., 413 tons (at Gam
ble) lumber thenco to Hllo, by Pope .
Later charters were us follows.
A. M. llaxter, Am. sch , 4u9 tons (nt
Seattle) lumber thenco to Honolulu,
bj J. II Ilaxter.
Charmer, Am, schr 1727 tons coal
from Ojstcr Harbor to Kahulul. by
Alexander &. Ililduln, Ltd
Esther lluhne. Am sch 215 tons
redwood from Eureku to Honolulu bv
J. It. Ilnulfj A. Co.
S. I) Cnrlctou, Am belli 17oS tons
(nt Tutoina) coal thence to Lalmln-i
Ilobt. It. Hind Am schr . CO tun
lumber from l'ugct Sound to Kahulul,
by Pope A Talbot Prior to arrival
Allen A., Am schr, .t,G tons (nt Eu
reka) redwood tliemo to Honolulu, bj
News of the TrunsportH
San Francisco, Nov 11. Excelllug
all the other aimj transports In manj
Important respects, tho Sheridan 'us
been turned over for service, nnd was
ducked yistcrdaj nt Folsom whnrf I,
where a smalt armj of palnteis on
swinging plutfoiins began to paint A
dress of white over tho somber red that
has covered the transport furNscveial
months past As the Slierldin Is scln
duled to Ball next Frld ij for Manila, II
will bo necessary to rush work upon
her, and a forte of men will be kept
biisj tndaj Iho olilceis' quarters have
been enlarged und gieitlj Impiovul
thu dining xiloun has been muilu linger
nnd more attractive, the gnllej refrlK
eiatlng plant null other departments
nru tho best to bo found on any of tr,
transports, anil tho iieenmmodatluns
for euro lug "l"J troops have been put
In llut-elusH eoiulltiuu. All tho iin
pruveruutH and uxtc iikIoiih, (ontliirf
about (UuQouo huve Ik en uiiiile iimlir
the direction of Chief Eimliiu r Joseph
Mathews mid Ak.lktanl Engineer Hum
plirejs of tho irun.poit airvlu unl
lime, not Itsauied lie eurgo capacity
which tho Hherldun formerly poasessei)
Kino Job Printing at (h Bulletin
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE FIFTH
CIRCUIT, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
FRANK LOUIS vt MARIA GLORIA COSTfNA
1h Republic of Hawaii To tr Marthal of llu
Hawaiian latanjt. nr Ma Deputy, Grretlnr.
You ara (ommanjea lo lummon tWARIA GLORIA
COSTINA, l!rnJnt In caw ilie ahall fi'a written
ANSWER ITHIN TWENTY DAYS alter aervlce
hereof, lo be and appear before Ihe aali Clrcu't
Court at the September Term thereof 10 be holjen at
Llhue Irlanl o( Kami, on WEDNESDAY, Iha th
Jay of September real at 100 clock a m, 10 show
cau .why Iha claim of Trank Louia, plaintiff ahoutj
nor be awarded to him purauant to Ih. tenor of hie
anneial Libel for Diverca AnJ have vau then there
thl Writ with full return of your proceeilnt a thereon,
Wltnm Hon. J HarJy, Judge of the Circuit Court
of the Fifth Circuit, at Llhue, Kauai, thli nth day ol
HARRY D WISHARD
I herery certify the foregoing to be a true an i end
coryofiheorlgM-al aummona In aatd caute and that
aaid couri ordered publication of iha aame and a
continuance of aali cauie until the neat March, tgar,
ua . a a, I. a...a '
Uatei Llhue, Kami, 5rttmtf tcth tgoo
HARRY D WISHARD.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTH CIR
CUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
KAAPUWAfk v. E.LINDEMANN.Sommona-
ine lerrnoryol Hawaii Tothelligh Sheriff of the
Terrltoiy of llawa I, of h'a Prputy. the Sheriff of the
laandof kajal, orhil Deputy, or any Constable In
Ihe Tenltorj of Hawaii
You a, commanded to aummon E LINDEMANN
uritiu.Ti, in i.- n .nm nia mnnnnDnLH
ITIIIN TWENTY DAYS after service hereof lo ba
and epp.ar befote the aald Circuit Court at the Sep
I mler Term thereof, lo ba hotden at Llhue l.tand ol
Kauai on WbDNtSDAY the tthdav btSMmbr
real, at 10 o clock a m . lo ahtw caua why the
claim of Kaapuwal k, plalrtld ahotitd not ba awarded
to him purauat I lo Ihe tenor of hla annexed Petition
And have you then there this Writ wllh full re um of
your proc.edlnga thereon
Witness Hn Jacob HarJy, Judge of the Circuit
uoeriortr.riitnc-ircuil, at Llhue, thla 9th day of
(SlrnJ) HARRY D. WISHARD,
I btttty cerilfr the focolne to tea true anj exact
copy nf the orlflnal wmmon In 11IJ cam anJ that
tali Court orJcred rutl'tatlon of the tame anJ a
contlnuarce nf aald cause until the next March, 1901
It mi of ihlt Court
Dated Llhue, bet Umber tcth 1000
164 imj rierk
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTENTION OF
FORECLOSURE AND OF SALE.
Notice Is hereby Riven that pursuant to
the ro'ver 0f sale contained In tint certain
morlEace dated Miy 20th. 1807, made by
JjIui k. U Kuaana.of Honolulu, Island of
Oihu, MorteiKor to C. K. Bishop, C M.
Hvdf.C. M fJooke, J. O. Carter and S.
M, iJimon, Trustees unJerthe will of H
I. Bishop, deceased, of said Honolulu,
AlottsiKtes and recorded In the Registry
of Conveyances In Honolulu In Liber 170,
race j2o to i)i, the Mortgagees Intend to
foreclose the mortgag; for condition
broken, towll; the non-payment ot prin
cipal and Interest when diie.
Notice Is likewise given that the proper
ty conveyed by said mortgage will re sold
it public auction at the auction rooms of
Jamts F. Morgan, Queen street, Hono
lulu, on SATURDAY. November 24, igoo,
at 12 o'clock noon. The prorertj covered
bv said moitgngfd consists of:
I Irst. All these two pieces or parcels
of land containing an arcrrirate .irr.i nf
4.16-100 acres, situate at Haiavva.on the
Island of Molokal, and being all the land
described In and granted and confirmed to
iv-aiuau By Keyal Patent No. 34S1, Land
Commission Award No. 8950.
Second. All those two certain pieces or
parcels ot land situate at Wallau. Ill Krlu.
on the Island of Molokal, containing an
agregate area of 910 Square Fathoms, and
retng an 01 tne land described In Koyal
Patent No. 2120, Land Commission Award
J. O. CARTER,
S. M DAMON,
Trustee unJer the will of B. P. Bishop,
Terms; Cash U. S. Gold Coin. Deeds
at exf ense of purchaser.
For further particulars annlv to Hnlmrt
& Stanley, Attorneys for .Mortgigees.
uaieu iionoiuiu, uuoper 2Sth, 1000.
Stockholders are hereby notified that the
Foufth Assessment of per cent or tw 0 and
one half dollars per share on the Capital
MOCK Ot I lib IMfcK ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payable
July 1st, at the office of the undersigned,
11 1 Fort Street. J. H. USHER.
Utg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co.,
Honolulu. June 1. 1000. nco
Consignees of goods are reuuested to call
promptly upon the arrival of steamers.
Any goods not called for within forty
eight hours after the arrival of a stenner
will be stored In the stone warehouse
opposite the wharves of Wilder' Steam
ship uo, and a storage charge of twenty
five tents a package per day, or ft 00 a
week, will be maie. Any goods held over
three months will te sold at auction to
cov r storage charge.
WILDER': SlhAMSHII' COMPANY.
10' 2-1 in
Notice Is hereby civ en that he Pearl
Cltv Ccmeterv vv III be ODen for Interment
on and after Monday, November 5th, loco.
A special funeral train will leave the rail
road station at XIS p. m. dally, remalrlng
at the cemetery until after all interment.
1 lie rates lor transportation are one dol
lar for the corpse, and fiftv cents for the
round trip tor mourner-,.
flats are now on sale at the olliceof
the company ranging In price from f-io un.
according to location and !ie. No other
chaigrsot anv nature.
HAWAIIAN Cr-MEIERY ASSOCIA
Rlom j, Love BuilJIng, Fort Stre.t.
Klhel Assessment Notice.
Die Ml) Assessment of !.. or 2.o rvr
share, became due on the 1st of August,
yw, iciijiiy ucjiwk iium aepirmixr ist,
1000, anJ del nuuent on the '.oth of Sen-
temper, loco. Delinquent's Jie now pub
lished and will be sold it auction 011 the
!!llth of Nnvcinher, I'JOO.
The oth Assrssrrent of ?". nr ii o net
share, becune dtieon the 1st tf Srtember
iijo;, penauy peanng irom Vugust 1st,
ln:o, ind dellimuent on the 11st of Oct
I lie 10th Aseisment of 5, or J 3. 50 per
share, became due on (lie 1st of cAtobcr,
1900, bears renal tr lam November lit,
1 goo, and wjll be delinquent on, November
I lie Hill Assessment of "i, or fi joprr
share, lias been levied to tveome due anJ
luyable 011 the 15II1 nf NovemWr,
1000, will bear pciultv from Dectmlier
Ml 1, 1700, becoming delinquent on (lie
I jlh of January, 1001,
... J. I'. COO 1.1:.
rrrnurer, Kllicl I'lantatlon Co,, Ltd,
Honolulu, Novrmter 10II1, it, bt l
75 and 79 King Street
TELEPHONE NO, 31.
MOW Is the time to get leak mmi
breakage teen to, and jour
Roofs Put In Ordet
By competent wortaaenV
For the Plumbing
On that new bonae that yon ue
about to bnild or tho alteration
yon aro intending to make os
your property. Gall and see tu
and got an estimate.
JAS. HOTT, Jr
Practical Tinsmith and Plumber,
Bhop: DerelAnla ntroet, 4 dorm ei4
of Punchbowl. Phono 844.
noun 7 in. to G p. m.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
W. H. DAtTrl.
H w. Sana
HonolDlD Sheet Metal Works
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Vtatllatau,
Conductor Pipe and Guttar WoY.
RlctarJa Sir sat, bat ejusan ail Marctiatt asralaac
avJotblni preoctlr attended la "
Tel. White 41. P.O. Box 270.
O. H. Brown,
1 linw iincn tnr hnlnacc fit Taraltu..
Stables. King street. J
estimates made on evervjhlnzln the
I'lionc, Main 48.
BOARDING AND LIVER!
Rigs sent to any part of the
HACKS -AT -ALL -HOURS
TEL. BLACK 141.
Vhen Yon Waq6 a ig
RING OP THE. .
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
- .- (18 FORT 8TRESE.
Stable 'Phone, 477
Uack SUnd 'Pbonea, 819 and 7Ta.
O. H BELUKA.
Drays tor Freight
fliir r.nM..n,.ll. . .. -11 .
wui .iHniiuinc niccis an incommr
steamers 'from the Coist ndvve cheiC
baggage on all outgoing steamers.
wniie ana Biacit sand For Sue
OfTit-1 Urtfll Plnfnrr ttitlUfln .. I I
str7et. TekSO: """'" "Jnt
W. LARSEN, H'g'f.
Pacific Transfer Co.
ttr Kins St . real to Bailey a Ciders-,
Express Wagons, Drays
Lumber Wagons and
Dump Carts : : : :
Always on Hand.
Trunks, Furniture and Safea Carefully HantieJ.
.. .. TELEPHONE q MTT
FOR BALLAST E
(White and Black Sin3
1 In Quantities to Suit .
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
friV" numn Cltrtc fnrnUti I h,. !.- A
on Hour's Notice.
II. K IIITCIICOCk
Aterclnnt St.xln M. D. Monsarrat's ofot.
A GOOD THING
Ohla, Algeroba and Pine PlrewoM
uot cml gput (ready lor Ibtbtovii
STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH C012
WHITE AtCP PLAOK HAND
leowi'ist 1'rliisi, dill v crol to any run
the City. '
HUBTAOB k OO
Kluo Job I'rlotlui at III llullatiii