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EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H.; WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1900.
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Oceanic Steamship i:'j Company
TIME . t ABCEy
The stearteraot thls'llnowlll arj-lyo
FHOXtfSAN. FRANCISCO. I
Sierra ..r.f. ...... '...v. Nor. 27
Zealandla -.tv..-.v...-.....i.v.-,Dec. 10
Mariposa Dec. lit
) i it i ..; x . 1901-
ealandla ..;. i... '.!. V.. rt.. Janl 2
Sonoma Jan. 8
Alameda Jan. 19
Sierra Jan. 29
Alameda . . . ; .'.".;.'.... . Feb. 9
Ventura !......... ..f. .....? Feb. 19
Alameda Mch. 2
Sonoma Mch. 12
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers the ngentB iro pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to oil points )n the United States, and from Nov
York by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOH FURTHER PAUTICULAIIS" .APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., limited
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. $9 Toyo Kisea Kaisna
...... eiUBin el t abore coapiom vlll oil it Htaotclu Ml lti tb!i port to or .best lb.
....llttl tlowniBtl6Dldl... .
For Japan and China:-
Nippon Moru . .,
Rioi. Jauelro. .
Per eeneral Inlorma'loo rp'jr
H. Hackfeld &
WStiimitr ol tm above llni, rutoloe la eoantctlog wllh the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
innn VaMOiwer, B. C, ana Sylmy, N. S. W., acl calling it Victoria, B, C, Honolulu ol Brllb.o.
irt wmi .11 Jlu.x1a4iJa.iJ on or .oouun.
IOM VANCOUVER AND
VICTORIA. D. C.
For Bttibiao tnl
WTbroofh ticket! Inutd Irom llonololn to Caoada, Unltil Sum let Etsrot..
r.M.f. ana ill (.Dim iDiorm.uoD. ipsij 10
Thco. H. Davice &
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST
S. S. "AMERICAN" has left New York for this port via San Francisco,
Tacoma, Seattle and Nanalmo on O.tober 30th.
S. S. "HAWAIIAN" will bo dispatched from New York on or before De
cember 30th for San Francisco, Puget Sound and Nanalmo en route to Hono
lulu. Freight received at company's wharf, 42d Street, South Brooklyn, at all
For further particulars apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Wilder Steamshio Co., Ltd,
6. S. Kinau,
MOLOKAI, MAUI, HAWAII.
Will tall from Honolulu no
Tuesdays at 12 noon, for Knu
ktkakal, Lahalna, Maalaea Bay, Kihel,
Ctakena, Kawnlhae, Mahukona, Lau
jmoehoe and Hllo.
Returning will pall from Hllo on
rrldajs nt 10 a. m., for above named
ports, arriving In Honolulu on Satur
rUjt. PaneeuBera and freight will be taken
(r Makeua, Mahukona, Kawalhae, HI
to, Haialau, Honomu. Fapalkou and
Passengeru und. PACKAGES ONLY
Till be taken for Kauuakakal, Lahalna,
ttfulaea Bay, Klbel and Laupahoehoe
8. S. Claudlne.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at i p. ci. touching at Lahalna, Ka
knlul, Nahlku, Hnna, Hamoa und Kl
jahulu, Maul. Returning, touches at
above named ports, arriving in llono
lalu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu. Kr.upo, once each
S. S. Lehua,
MOLOKAI, MAUI, LANAI.
alii every Monday for Kaunakakal,
SUmalo, Maunalel, Kalaupapa. Lahal
u, Honolua, Olowalu. Returning tu
rtles t Honolulu Saturday mornings.
This company reserves the right to
smake changes in the time of departure
and arrival of lta steamers WITHOUT
tnTTHE. and It will not be responsible
for any consequences arising there-1
Consignees musi do hi mo uuumi 1
M receive tneir ireignt. mis com
any will not hold Itself responsible
lor freight after It baa been landed.
Live stock received only at owner's
This company will not be responsible
tor coney or valuables ot passengers
ulesa placed In the care ot the pur
air. Passengers are requested to purchase
ticket before embarking, -rnoso ran
lac to do ao will be subject to on ad
a on au-1
tutlonal charge ot twenty-nve
The company will not be liable
loss of. nor Injury to, nor delay In de
livery of baggage or personal effects ot
nainengers, or freight of shippers, be
yond tliu iimount or J 100, unices the
value of the same be declared when io
celved by the Company, and an. extra
charge be made therefor,
All employes of the company are for
hidden to receive freight without, de
livering a shipment receipt therefor In
Ue form prescribed by the Comnanr.
and which may be seen by shippers I
ipon application to the pursers of the
Bhlppers are notified that If freight
Is shipped without such receplt It will
fee solely at the risk of the shipper,
0. L. WIQI1T, President
1. B. ROSE, Secretary.
DAPT. T. K- CLARKV Fort PapL
nnd leavofthls pott as" hereunder:
i tf FOttSAN FRANCISCO.
ZealnnrJla' ...,... Dec. H
Alamedav, Dec. 20
Zealandla t Jan. 5
Sierra Jan. X
Alameda Jan. 23
Mariposa Jan. 31
Alameda Feb. 13
Sonoma Feb. 19
Alame'daf..... J'.'...... ..?.. Mch. 6
Sierra.. 7....... '..... Mch! 12
Alameda .'.'. Mch. 27
Ventura Apr.' 2
For San Francisco:
Rio Je Janeiro
Hcnghong .Mjru.,, ..(...,,, . ,,., ,, .Jan. S
Co., Ltd., Agents.
a.iea c.iow ii.i.q via i
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria and Vactouver (B. C.l!
I Mlowera Dtc. 19
For Frtlgbt and
Co., Ltd., Gcn'l Agents.
THREE TRAINS DAiLY
From San FrancI v.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
From Portland . . .
Leave San Francisco: 8:00 A. M.. 10.00
A. M.,C;03p M.
Leave Portland: o;H a. At., 9:00 P.M.
rhroush u lthout ChanRe.
Only I HREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
': Pullman Palace Sleepers Buffet,
Smoking and Library Cars with
Biiber shop tand Pleasant Readlne
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Peclln nz Chairs.
Pullman OrJlnarv Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Ajjent,
i5 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK Genra! Af,ent,
No. 1 Montgomery .St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A..
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
Q. R. & L. 06.
From aud After January 1. Ifiw
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F. C. Bmitu. Oen'l Pau.
O. P. Drcwiwm. Rmnrlntndont
a m 1
V iolm - Studio
Roo.m 4. Love building.
Mrs. Annis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, " JVllgnon "
7i3 Beretanla street: Tel. 1 1 14. ifa7-tf
E. K, KiUU,
Teacher of '-'-.itar, Mandolin, Zlttier
Ukulele and Taro Patch,
Orders to be left care of Wall, Nlcboli
Co, 1 VMitromMmleCo.'t 1S4I
t- News of Shipping
Along Water Front
The Mnuna Loa went on the ways
j(Merday for repairs.
Tbti James Mnltee 1 going to have a
thorough overhauling and Is going to
The Nllhait brought 4588 bags H. A.
pugar which has been placed In tho
The Iwalanl slid from the ways yes
terday after having had repairs mado
lo her steering gear.
lite James Mnkoe discharged 2570
bags Llhtie plantation sugar Into tlt3
C. '0. Hryant yesterday.
Tho China discharged quite a lot of
freight for local concerns. There yet
remains some heavy freight on th
v.hrtrf which was discharged frpm the
There was considerable kicking yes
tuday by tho officers of tho China rel.t
tlce to Uie slowness of tho stevedores
In ccallng the steamer. They are next
to tr.eir jolt.
The Mlkahnla carried awuj jostcr
day n largo cargo of general mcrchan.
1Ikc fTTKnual, as likewise a full paasen
get list. Slio took up the usual run of
the V.. O. Hall.
The Oceanic dock has been entirely
cleared of the vnst amount of fi eight
discharged from the Zcalandla and an
air ol lonllness pervades this usually
live section of the water front.
One hundred and forty-nine pack-
asea of smuggled goods were seized tin
the transport Logan In San Francisco
011 tl.c 20th Inst. Tho contcnt of tho
pjeknges nerc silks, embroideries, fins,
por. elaln ware and cigars.
Tho China got away last night about
10 o'clock. The falling of 11 jnan Into
the wateu of the harbor from iho deck
of the oleaiuer. nnd his subsequent res
ciio by it iintUe wus the only ccnt that
occurred to causo any excitement
The eighth general meeting of tho
Society of Naval Architects and .Marine
Kliglneeis took place In New York on
tho Mh Inst, nnd lasting for several
lays. The present oilicers were re-clr;-ted,
and matters of vital Importance
The transport Warren arrived at
Nn?sakl. After coaling she will pro
ceo to Taku, where slfe will take aboard
a regiment that has been ordered to
Manila. After the trip to .Manila the
Warren will come home, arriving In
Sau Francisco about tho middle, of
Tho work of building Sir Thomas
Upton's new America cup challenger
SNimrock II has been Btartcd In Den
ny's yn.nl at Dumbarton, Glasgow,
Althln nn enclosure. G. L. Watson, .the
:achl designer, has laid out the Utus
of tho framework, which will be con
structed of nickel steel. The plates will
probably bo ot bronze.
It would seem that tho limit had been
reached In tho construction jjf large
Atlantic liners, and when the Deu!4
chlard was successfully launched, there
were not a few among shipping cir
clet, that questioned the utility nnd ad
vantage to ho gained In the malnten-
ante and operation of these monster
pile of Iron and steel. .
Tho !VarIcs3 returned froin sea last
evening without being able to locate
ho vessel sighted by the China. It w.ia
sups ofceil to ho tho bark St. Katharine
from San Francisco but several vessel
finm that port are about due here, sucli
at the haikentlne Planter, tho W. (1.
l.-wln aud others It Is rather dlUlcult to
form with any degree of accuracy Mm
name of tho csael blghted by the Chi
na. Quite natmqlly the agents hero of
these vailous caaols are quite niij.lou:i,
owinp to tho fact that all these easels
entry live stock.
The Government Naval Ilureait of
Hqulpmcnt him recommended tho In-
uallatlon nf the Mnrronl system of
wire I cm telegraphy on board of several
Hhlpe of the Navy provided It can be
done at .1 tcasouable cost. Experiments
In thli system of signalling have prov
ed Hiieecfcsful In the main In the trials
made bj biiips of the North Atlantic
Squad: on. although quite a serious de
fect has been discovered. In tho evnt
.hat two vesBtls using tho systcu
should attempt to signal a hlngle pott
or vessel simultaneously, tho rccelvln,i
elutlon or ship is found to bo iiuuhlc
to distinguish between the message
sont to It.
A "dusty" ocean highway sounds al-
n'ost Incredible. Yet thoso who are
familiar with sailing ships know that,
no matter how curefiilly tho decks may
be wpshed down In the morning, and
how little work of any kind may be
done during the day, nevertheless, If
tho decks arc not swept at nightfall,
an enoimous quantity of dust will
quYkly collect. Of course, on the
nti.dem "liner" tho burning of hun-
:'ieda of tons of coal every twenty-four
hour.i and tho myriads or footfalls dally
would account fur n considerable ac
cumulation of dust, but on n "win 1
Jiiinmcr,' 'manned with u dozen hands
or li-su. no such dust producing agen
do 1 cie at work.. And et the tecoriU
of i.illlng vessels show that they j ol
kct more sea dust than docs n Bleum-
whkh Is probably accounted for by
tl.e fact that while the dust-laden
binokc blowa clear of the steamer, the
la.-go aim of cunt as spread by the
fallen1 acts as 11 dust collector.
To quote 1111 Instance In support ol
lnlh orlJ will Jowlut
ti4 innm In Iliuut.nJl u c..
IT l.l KMUJNIH. S.nJ I'M
I1110MM so 1 " AJJrrtt
rUintllc lil.illc Tr.n Co.,
CioMiik.l Slrttl, Svi Iim.ii.o
this contention, wo may mention that
no less than twenty-four and a half
br.iTtls of fine dust were swept from 'ho
Oerks of nn American sailing ship dur
ing a n'eliety-sevcn days' voyage frim
Now York to San Francisco, Tho cap
tain of this vessel, a man of scientific
tastes, made careful observations iM
the mystery of sea dust, but beyond
the wear nnd tear ot the sails and rig
ging, a quite negligible factor, he could
assign absolutely no perceptible cause
for the formation of dust on hoard his
thlp. It has been nsscrted that the
dust which falls on tho decks of vessel
emanates from the Interstellar Bpaccs.
This sounds both scientific and plausi
ble, hut It Is nt variance with certain
known facts. lilts' of leather, cork,
wuod, nnd vegetable fibre are almo.U
always present In sea dust, the presence
of which would seem to Indicate that
tic sea. ns on land.
The earth of a dusty today
Is the dust of nn earthy tomorrow.
However this may be, of the fact of
the Heady and constant deposition of
dunt on tho decks of vessels while at
sea there Is no possible room for doubt
hut, bo far, oil attempts to solve the
myslory of Its origin have failed. The
London Shipping World.
Takes New Turn
Manila, Nov. 18. Last week wltnesi-
ed a very considerable Increase In rebel
and American activity In tho ncld.
Many skirmishes and several small en
Miscmcnts occurred In Northern and
Southern Luzon, the termination ot the
rains permitting n resumption of opera
tions on both sides.
Tho Americans are making a series
of aggressive movements against tue
nsti. gents, notably on the Iskftul of
Sumur, against General Lukhan, whose
force hold the entire Island, with tho
exception of three coast towns, each ot
which Is ganlsoncd by two companies
of the 20th Infantry and a platoon of
The rebels are continually shooting
into the garrisoned tovvns.and our
forces have not been sufficient to re-
allate effectively. Commerce In Samur
has been nt a standstill, nnd most of
the Influential Inhabitants have de
parted General Hare has arrived thcio
with 2."0 men. Ho will bring eight com
panies of the Second Infantry from tho
Island of Marlnduque, nud proceed en
crectlcnlly to crush General I.ukb.m
Meanwhile United States gunboats will
piitrol the coast to prevent the escape
of the Insurgent leader. Lukban still
holds three members of the 13d Regi
ment as prisoners.
Skeletons of Giants
Found in Alaska
Vancouver, II. C, Nov. 17. Jamci
I'-irklnson. owner of tho famous Yel
low Jacket mine In Atlln. has another
stoiy to tell of his mine, almost as mar-
elons us that about the rich vein ot
gold struck In the Yellow Jacket, which
Is said to have been the richest string
er or pocket ever found In tho prov-
Inc". Ills story Is lo the clfect that
whlly tunneling his mine he unearthed
the. skull ot a human being, which
secerned to be larger and Hatter thun
any he had read about, and. his curi
osity being aroused, he Investigated
the ground about his claim, nnd found
that his mine was located In an ancient
hurylng ground. After some pains ho
iiiicarthcd two complete skeletons, one
measuring seven feet nnd tho other sis.
fiet ten Inches In length.
1'rrklnson believes that his find
I rovea that there was 11 raco of giant
In that northern latitude contemporary
with the mammoth age. The skeletons
wcio well preserved In the frozen
gin. mil, nnd will be brought to clvlll-r-ulon
next imnnicr. Thrro wcio u-
rlniisly shaped bones ind shirpened
Bloiica found In the graves villi the
Gen. Miles Report
Wiishlngton, Nov. 17. Tho ieature
of tin annual report of tin Tciuentiiit
General commanding the Army Is ,1
aottr dealing with the need for a
hcii'-ral reorganization of the military
icrvlce. General Miles points out that
(he practical limitation of service of the
volunteers to ono year In the Philip
pines makes this n most expensive
piattlce, necessitating double transfer
of tioops and adding enormously to the
erst of tho organization. Ho also poluts
out the need of 11 reservo force for the
relief of the soldiers who servo In the
tropica, declaring that tho regiments
that have so far served more than two
years at unhealthy stations should be
General Miles renews his ruomrae.i-
datlon that the permanent force of th'
Anny should bo ono man foi each H100
of population of tho United States. In
supplying any Increase of the Army
he urges thai appointments of olUccs
lie made with a due regard for the prin
ciple of seniority, and that each case
be lusscd upon by u board of the high
uit officers of tho Army, as was dono 1.1
the itorgunlratloii following the Civil
War. Ho submits n dinft of a bill o,u
bo.l) lug his views und recommenda
tions on Army reorganization.
TO CUHi: A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Uuutlvc Ilromo Quinine Tabled.
All druggists refund tho money If It
falls to cure,. I.'. V. Grove's signature
li oa each box. 25 cento.
SONOMA SAILSFOR PACIFIC
San Francisco, 'Nov. f8. The steam
cr Sonoma, second of the Oceanic Com
pany's vessels to be mado ready for
sea, sailed from Philadelphia yesterday
for this port. The Sonoma Is com
manded by Captain Hayward, wll
knon-n on the Australian route. Tlin
MiiBsr Is O. L. Hodson, late of the
s:eamor Moana, and the chref engineer
Ik V. H. Nelman, for years on the
steamer Australia on tho Honolulu run.
All three ofheers left hero for Philadel
phia a'f'ewi'weeks ago to come around
through-th Straits with' the 8onotm.
She li expected to make tho trip In
about forty days. The steamer Sierra,
first of the Oceanic Company's now
steamers, Is now on the way up tin
coast, and will arrive this week.
Notice to Creditors.
Th.unlrtltnrilnlncbn crolntJ AJmln
Ir.'or nr is. tsiiu ot Hinrl Council, lit. ol Hono
lulu, JtCMttJ, nolle li hw.ty irUrnlo.llrtrsont
hiv nz clllmi ijiliut is. iiuti ol HJ lltnrl Cour
IM, lorrtH.nl thtlrcl.lmi, Julv lutMnllc.liJ with
Morr vouclwrt. II any nlu, fvrn II IS. claim It
fcur. Jby mnrlfjiti upon ml tttalf, al mv onu.
si ynchant SI In Honolulu within li montli. Irom
Hi. Jill tiMMl, oithiyv.111 b icmrr batr.il, ana
all rrson. InlcM.J 10 saM imti an hereby re
IJCktel to make Immeilate rayment lo the uniir
lE"J DAVID DAVTON,
Aimlnlilrilor ol (he Litate ol Henil Courtolj
N v. ri. typ. M8.I N'nv., ee. w. Dec. S. t.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE FIFTH
CIRCUIT, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
rHANK LOUIS va. MARIA GLORIA COSTINA
The Hifublk ol Hanall TolheManhal ol the
riiwanan manjr, nr nil ueputy. urelinr.
You.r. (ommandeJtn luinmon MARIA 01 ORIA
COsTINA, J.lenJ.nl. In c. the thall till rltteo
ANSWER VITHIN TWENTY DAYS allcr wrvlc.
hireot, lo b nl irrr belor. Il .aid Circuit
Lourl al tut September Term Ih'reol, to be holJin .1
Llhue. ItliiiJ of k'.nat, on WEDNESDAY 111. jth
Jay ol September real. alionVlnek a.m.. ia tn.
cauteohy the claim ol Frank Loula, flil.ttlK thoulj
rolbeawarJeJ lohlm turu.nt ro the Irnor ot hit
annuel Libel lor Dtvcrcc. AnJ have v ju then mere
Ui W HI with lull return ol your procrrJInct theteon,
Wltnttt Hon. J. HarJy. JuJpe ol Ihe Ore ult Court
01 me 1 inn urcuu, .1 uim.i, k.uji, thlt 17th day ol
HARRY D, WISHARD.
I herely canity the Ifresolnr lo be a true and Mad
cotyoltheiirlelraliummoni In laid cautt and that
laid Court ordered publication r i tme and .
commuarct or aau c.ut. until the next March, ihi,
term ol thlt Court,
Dated Llhue, Kauai, September teth. twx.
HAkKY D WISHARD.
IN TOE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTH CIR
CUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
KAAPUWAt k. vt. E.LINDbMANN.Summont-
in. territory or Hawaii loin.llleri :herlir ol the
Territory ol Hawaii, or hit Deputy, the Shell" ol the
Iv.ndol Kauai, or hit Deputy, or any Comtabl. In
the Territory of Hiill:
You at. commanded to tummon E. LINDEMANN
delendanl. In cae he thall hi. wrlllen ANSWLR
WITHIN TWENTY DAYS .Iter tervlct hereof. I,, be
and appear belor. ih. tald Circuit Court .1 the Sep.
Umber Term Ihereol, to b. holden .1 Llhue, laland ol
Kauai, on WEDNESDAY. Ih. jth day ol September
next, at 10 o'clock .. m., lo thow caut. whyth.
claim ol Kaapuwal k, plalntin, thould not be awarded
to him purtuant lo the tenor of hit annexed Petition.
And have you then there ihlt Writ with lull return ol
your proctedlnf a thereon.
Wltnett Hon. Jacob Hardy, JuJri ol tbi Circuit
Court ol th. Filth Circuit, at Llhue. thlt 9th day ol
HARRY D. WISHARD.
1 hereby certify the lorieolne to t. . tru. and exact
)V ol th. orlelnal tummont In tali uu ml .,.,
tali Court ordered publlullon ol th. tam. and .
contlnu.ee. ol t.ld caut. until th. next March, 1001
icrm 01 inia ioun
Dated Llhu, September tclh, toon
HARRY D. WISHARD.
Of Real Estate!
Hy virtue of an ordrr of sale made by
Hon. A. S. Humphreys, First Judge of the
Circuit Court of the First JuJIclal Circuit,
on the 5U1 day of November, toco, I will
sell at public auction at the auction rooms
of JAS. F. MORGAN, on Queer, stteet,
Honolulu, Oahu, on the
1st Day of December, 1900,
AT 12 O'CLOCK, NOON, all tht right,
title and Interest of Carl JuIIuh not
ing, minor, belngan undlvlJeJ cne-fourth
Interest, In and to those certain premises
situ te on King street, Honolulu aiotesald,
bounded and described as follows :
Commencing on Ihe West Corner of Lot
No. 48. on King street, adjoining Lot 47,
4o5.G feet from the corner of King and
Victoria strrets, and running : 1. iS fit"
18': E.. true 153.5 feet along King street;
2. N. 20" 42- E., true 202.3 feet along the
remaining portion of Lots 70 and m to
Young street j i. N. 68" 56' W.. true
152 5 feet along Young street ; 4. S. 20"
42' W., true 291.5 feet along Lots 72
and 47 to Initial p int. Atea one and 2
100 acres ; comprising Lots 48 and 71, and
the westerly half of Lots 41; and 70 as laid
out on Government Map of Kiilaokalun
Plains ; and being the premises described
In Gnnt 291 aud a portion . f Grant 292
These -premli.es are In a high stale of
linpp vemtnt and are situated In one of
the most desirable neighborhoods In Ho
nolulu, being bounded on the one side
(Waiklkl) by the premises of Paul Neu
mann, Ei., and (.11 the other side (Evva)
by the premises of Mrs. Kate L. Vlda.
TERMS-Cash. Deed at purchaser's
expense, and sale subject to the contirma
Hon by the Court.
Dated Nov ember Kill, 1000.
GuarJIan of the property of Carl Julius
N. B. The remaiii'iig three-fourths In
terests In said premises will be sold at the
same time and place.
ifJKj-Nov 8, 15. 22. 29. io. John r-na.
St. Andrew's Fair
In the CATHEDRAL GKOUND8 on
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1st, 1900
10:30 a. in. to 5 p. m.
7 p. m. to 9:30 p m.
TableH- Flower, Fancy, Doll, Hawaiian,
Art NceJIevvorlc.I.emonade, IceC'eam,
Coflee, Grab Box, Candy, and Hum
A Bicycle Competition" In the Afternoon.
A I'OI LUNCH
will be served from 1 1 a.m. to 2 p.m.
lt)2-NoV. 20,23,24 21), 28(JOjJJeC. I
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UNTIL FUKTHIK NOTICl.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Lid.
Corporation Notices. f
Dissolution oT Partnership
NOTICE Is hereby Riven that on No
vember ist, loco, I retired rom the
firm of WHITMAN & CO., carryimr. on
buslnes as bicycle dealers In Honolulu.
i6o6-3t D. C. LITTLE.
HUNTING, SHOOTING, OR THE
carrying of firearms on any of the lands
owned or leased by the Dowsett Company.
Ltd., Is absolutely forbidden.
Tresspassers will be prosecuttj to the
full extent of the law.
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
Stockholders are hereby notified that tht
Foufth Assessment of 5 per cent or two aivi
one-half dollars per share on the Capital
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payabh,
July 1st, at the office of the undersigned.
411 Fort streot. J.H.FISHER.
Actg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co.,
Honolulu. June 1. 1000. m:
The li. F. DILLINGHAM CO. LTD..
having taken the Agency of the OLAA
SUGAR COMPANY, LTD., all assesv
ments due on the stock of that company
are now payable at the office of said The
li. F. Dillingham Co., Ltd., and all trans
fers of stock will be made through Hut
office. J. P. COOKE,
Treasurer Olaa Sugar Co , Ltd.
Honolulu. Nov. 19, 1000. togj-tot
Consignees of goods are requested to call
promptly upon the arrival of steamers.
Any goods not calleJ for within forty
eight hours after Ihe arrival of a steamer
will be stored In the stone warehouse
opposite the.wharves of Wilder' Steam
ship Co. and a storage charge of twenty
five cents a package per day, or ft. 00 a
week, will be made. Any goods held over
three mouths will te sold at auction to
covpr storage charges.
WILDER':, STf-AMSIIIP COMPANY.
Notice Is lierebt given that lit Pearl
City Cemetery will be open for Interment
on and after Monday, November 5th. 190a.
A special funeral train will leave the rail
road station at 2:15 p. in. dally, remaining
at the cemetery until after all Interments.
The rates for transportation are one dol
lar for the corpse, and fifty eents for the
round trip for mourners.
Plats are now on sale at the office ol
the company ranging In price from 1 10 up,
according to location and size. No other
charges of anv nature.
HAWAIIAN CEMETERY ASSOCIA
Rlom 3, Love Building, Fort Street
1 678-1 mo
Election of Officers.
At the adjourned Annual Meeting of tht
stockholders of WILDER'S STEAMSHIP
COMPANY, heia on this date, the follow
ing officers were elected to serve during the
C. L WIGHT, President.
W. GjJRWIN, Vice-President.
S. B. ROSE, Secretary and Treaiurer.
W. F. ALLEN, Auditor.
The above officers, with P.. D. Tennev,
W. Pfotenhauer and G. C. Beckley, com
prise the Board of Directors.
5. B. KObE, Secretary.
Honolulu, Nov. 26th, 1900. ifjo7.w
McBRYDE SUGAR CO., Ltd.
Notice Is hereby given that the Tenth
Assessment of ten (to) per cent (teoo per
share), levied on the assessable stock of
the McBtyde Sugar Co., Ltd., Is due en
December 1st, icjoo.and will be dellnquat:
on December 15th, 1500.
Stockholders will please make prompt
payment at the office of Messrs. Theo. IL
Davles & Co., Ltd.
F. M. SWANZY.
Treasurer, McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd.
1694 yt cod
Election of Officers.
The following were elected officers and
directors of the KONA SUGAR CO., at
the annual meeting held Saturday, Nov. u.
for the ensuing year: J. M. AtcChesney,
president: W. L. Hopper and W.W.Hall,
Vice presidents: F. W. McChesney, treas
urer: H. O. White, Secretary; J. S. Walker.
nuJitor Cecil Brown, director.
E. O. Will IE. Secretary.
Honolulu, Nov. 24, 1900. iGo3-3t
Election of Ofiicere.
In. frttllMl III PI l'ere al-la.f fff,sn4
v tu.wvT 111,1, ni.it, vnwtAU IJIIIICO till J
dlrectcrs of the MAUI SUGAR CO., Ltd..
at tn annual miWInr' hel.l nn J.irnr.liw
t-hu (jem, President.
Yee Chon, Vice-president.
Wong Kwal, Treasurer.
T. Kat Poo, Secretary.
C. Din Sinn. 1
C. Ha:kehow. I
Lte Cnu. 1
Young Chew Quon,
C. Ming llym,
T. KAT POO.
Xrrtirt, Mint C, ,,.. ..
Honolulu, Nov. 24, 1000. iGoS-ii
Klhel Assessment Notice.
The Kth Acc.n..., nl ... a f . ....
... ... ....,iu ui s., ui r-.)uitr
share, became due 011 the 1st of August,
yw i'viwu) vcatuiK iiuiii orpicuutr isi,
tooo. and dfl'noilent nn thi- infl, r,f en
temt-er, 1900. Ueihiduents ate now pub
lished and will be sold at auction on the
Ulltli ot November, 1900,
rile nth Apecmnt'nf rf m- f. rnj.
share, became due on the lit cf September,
iqso, penalty Dearing irom August nt,
lo.o. and dt-llnmtent nn flu- irr nt fVr-
111 (nth Afltlnaiil nl ,' ... .a .u.
share, became due on the 1st of uctobV
190a, wars reiiaiiv irom fsovemper 1st
1900, and will be delinquent on Novemsn
1 h(- llth Aco.ment rt ' net. .
share, has been levied to be.ome due Mi
pjyapic mi tne 1 sin ot ,ovtmte,
1900, will bear renaltv from Dewemtn
I tth, 1000, becoming dellmiuent on tin
Mth of January, 1901,
J. P." COO KB,
Treasurer, Klhel Plantation Co., LtS.
Honolulu, November loth, iom. iM.-tt