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HAWAIIAN IIAXKTTK Tl'KHDAY, MAY af, 18U. SKMIAVEKKIA.
Plantation Activities ike Feature
of Plantation Life.
THE GREAT PUMPING PUNT
A New Cans Crryln Plant In Use.
Mnnnenr of Mttunalal The So
Maul, .May 27, lS'J'J.
last ecnlng, May SCth, tho May
meeting of tile Makawao literary So
ciety was held at tlie resilience of Man
ager J. Uiwrlo of Spreckelsvllle.
The following programme, of events
was much appreciated:
1. Piano solo Dr. Sabey
2. Tteadlng. "The Colonel,"
Mr. Andrew Adams
3. Vocal solo Kcv. V. Ault
4. l'lano solo Miss Clara Lowrle
C. Heading Mrs. Sabey
C. Vocal solo Itev. W. Ault
7. Vocal solo "Only One Olrl,"....
After the refreshments Makawao
people droe homeward, not only en
Joying the entertainment, but the ride
Wednesday evening, the 24tli, a large
dancing party was given In the Wallu
ku Courthouse In honor of the eighti
eth birthday of Queen Victoria. The
Interior of the hall was prettily deco
rated, and lively music by a string
band kept up the dancing until the
"wee una' hours." A fine spread was
one of the pleasurable ctenls of the
evening. Messrs. George Cummlngs
and George Hnyseldcn ncted as floor
managers. A train was run bringing
Pala, Spreckclsvllle and Kahulul peo
ple. The entertainment was arranged
by Deputy Sheriff Scott, Dr. ArmlUge,
Dr. Wcddlck, Judge McKay and other
llrltlsli residents of Walluku.
Saturday evening, tho 20th, tho Alo
ha Lodge, K. of 'P., gave a grand ball
In Spreckelsvllle Hall. In which 125
residents of Walluku and Makawao
districts participated. Tho interior of
the hall was made attractive by deco
rations of ferns and red, yellow and
blue bunting, the Pythian colors. At
one end of tho hall was the coat of
arms of the order. Mr. E. 11. Carlcy,
made an efficient floor manager, and
the Walhco Quintette Club furnished
tho music. The Kahulul 11. It. Co'
train ran from Walluku and Kahulul
Dancing contlued until midnight.
Engineer Stoddard of Spreckelsvllle
lias recently been appointed manager
of Maunalei plantation of 1-anal. Hav
Ins accepted this position, Mr. Stod
dard has been obliged to forego his an
tlclpated trip through tho Southern
States and Cuba In search of Improved
methods of machinery In tho new H. C,
Co's mill, soon to be constructed at
Knlmlul. Apropos of this new mill,
which will bo tho largest and best In
the Islands, It Is stated that the largest
pumping plant In Hawaii nel, capable
of pumping 73,000,000 gallons a day.
will bo established nt Kahulul.
Tho firm of Kraser & Chaliuers Is
putting in a large pump which will
drnw water from five wells nt Mallko
gulch for the ueo of Hamakuopoko
Tho Haiku Sugar Company has add
ed another Improvement which Is at
tracting considerable attention. It Is
a wlro trolley for tho conveyance of
cano from Kaluamil to tho mill at Ha
makuopoko. l.nhalnn plantation has
been using two such trolleys success
fully. Albert Horner, of Hawaii, has a
patent by which the pulleys which con
vey the bundles of cano downward can
pass the different posts In safety.
Saturday, tho 20th, tho trustees ot
Matinaolu Seminary held a meeting at
Pala. The bids by Honolulu conti act
ors for the construction of the uew
school varied from-$32,000 to $23,000.
It was decided to glvo California build
ers a chance to send In estimate. Tho
Seminary will clobc on Juno 21st. Two
of tho teachers Misses Steele and
Wnril havo rehlgntd.
A kindergarten school Is to bo es
tablished by Hamakuapoko plantation.
Tho old Hamakuapoko Government
school building, recently purchased by
tho plantation, Is to bo used for n
school, and Miss Steele, now at Muii
naolu Seminary, Is to bo tho teacher.
Tho Hoard of Heglstratlou of Maul
has been registering voterH nt Pain,
llaninlonpoko, Kahulul und SpiockoU
vlllo during tho week, Tho registra
tion at Pala, Hamakuapoko and Kahu
lul M kllghtly larger than In 1S97.
William White, i:i., of Ulinlmi. W
Another rnudldato for "luiianinkiuil
nana." 11 P lliililwlu imvi' Muul tlila woolt
for n Hying vWIt to llio count. Ho will
remain In Han I'riiiicUni iibom u week.
1. W. Jleardnlny, of tint Oakland
Html!' Hyndli'ulti. Ituw been In wt!
"Ivlmu" MiCiiiidli'lii, vOio Imm bean
i.THitly hi Haiku uml Killed hu ile
r.trlrd for Kaunnkak.il, Moloknl, to
luok after wells for tho American Su-
ear Cuwpaux. . , '
..t .. i
, ir, nim !
rx. uonni'i. in suiniivin
- P . 3 . . fl t, 1.7 I
hive been nt Kasmpao Iteaori,, Maka-
'j, during the week.
Klhcl plantation Is soon to build anl
lit out n largo plantation store. A
Iro order for goods has already bca
"pl.ired" at the coast.
Wednesday, the 21th, Kong K. Aka
na. tho son of tho manager of Huelo
Sugar Company, died at Makawao of
cttBumptlnn. He was n young man
of Pae character, and but 22 years ol
age. The funeral took place on the
W. K. Shaw, station agent at Pala, Is
sbl; at Pain Plantation Hospital with
Intermittent fever. J. lions, of Wal
luku, Is temporarily filling his position
at tho depot.
Robert Hair has been seriously 111 at
Pala Hospital wttli n rclnpso of ty
phold fever. His condition hns been
critical during tho week.
George Ilalley, of Mikawao, has been
sick with measles.
On the 24th tho ship J. 11. ThomnB
departed for New York (Delaware
Urenkwatcr) from Knlmlul, with 4S,-
000 bags of sugar.
The Lurllne and Wrestler are
next vessels expected In Kahulul.
Weather A trade-wind gale
been blowing all the week.
FOR THE GRAVES
Flowers Will be Carried
to the Mounds Today.
Observance of MtmotUI Day Un
der C. A R. Auspices Proces-sion-The
All the Coxernment olllces will close
u. noon today In observance of Me
morial Day. Several of tho stores will
bo closed all day and nearly nil will
close from noon on.
At 2 o'elock the procession of tho
day will form with the right at the
corner of Alukca and Hotel streets.
Headed by the Knmehamcha School
Hand, tho column will move at 2:30 p.
m., pioceedlng to Xuuanu cemetery.
I'pou arriving at the cemetery after
n selection by tho band, Post Com
mander I.. I.. I-a Picrro will read the
flrht part of the Grand Army ritual.
The prayer wilt bo given by Chaplain
H. Jay Giocno. Tho concluding part of
tho ritual will then Le rend by the post
commander. Tho graves will then bo
decorated. 1-ovlng hands li.'ue bet.l nt
work for some time on tho flowers and
the graves will bo covered with beau
tiful garlands. After decorating tho
gnncs the choir will render a selec
tion, which will bo followed by the
reading of Lincoln's Gettysburg ad
dress by Ilruco Hartman, llattcry I,
Sixth Artillery. Tho oration of tho
nay will bo delivered by Sergt. Ma,
Kdw. J. Wilson, of tho Sixth Artillery,
i bo speaker Is known to be eloquent
and will no doubt utter an Inspiring
auufcss. Adjutant Copeland will call
tho roll of the dead, which will be fol
lowed by the firing of a salute. The
benediction will be pionouuced by
new W. M. KIncald.
i-vorytblng points to a successful
and appropriate celebration of tho day.
I no N. (!. II. will be In the column,
headed by the Government band.
'lix-Corpue" and Partner Be
quest Further Time.
Ah Ol, the Chinese who Is charged
with burglarizing Dr. Murray's resi
dence, was arraigned nefore Judges
Wilcox yesterday morning. With lilni
was his accomplice. Ah Hln. Ily re
quest of both defendants the case was
continued to Juno 1st.
It seems that Deputy Marshal Chll
Uugworth had quite a time In Inducing
Ah Hln to "piny dead."
The native girls who live In the
same house with Ah Ol were the (list
to roo tho "dead" man. Chllllngworth
took caro that they viewed the
"corpse" from tho proper point, in or
der that they might not bo startled
by any movement of tho eyelids or fa
cial muscles. The Deputy Marshal
calmly Informed them that unless they
told of Ah Ol's whereabouts they
would gpend the rest of the day and
night with the corpse. That was the
last struw. They Immediately told
how Ah 01 had left tho houso nt 2
o'clock In tho morning nud didn't get
back until after I, This was a good
beginning, and from that tho detective,
deputy worked until ho hnd landed Ah
Ol behind tho bars, with n plentiful
supply of strong evidence against him.
A .Noon WoJillnu.
Tho wedding of Goorgo Orduny and
Minn Virginia McArnn, celebrated nt
tho Catholic Cathedral Inst Saturday,
was unlet, yet pretty. Tlio brldo iniidu
a liiuiiUiMiio appearaiico chid lu it rich
gown of white silk, ns alio walked
ilown tho nUlo lo ment her futiiro hint
bund. The groom ulwo luoked well n
ho ilaipid the hand of lilu brldu. lie
stun aivoniiaiiiMl by hU brotlicr, II. J.
Onlway, who mini n iet muu, Tim
brldo wiih Klvi'ii huh)' y Iht moiliur,
Mi, O, I), Wiliilit wlfu of n prominent
Han June utlorniiy.
MEW OLAA LANDS
Plans Tor Selection
by a Surveyor.
MiY BE SALE AT AUCTION
O'wHt Osmond for th Lotj-Lonn
Turm of Reuldnnca DequlrHd,
Close Questioning battlements.
The Itnd Department of the Govern
nient has practically decided upon a
plan of disposing of the tract of land
to bo opened In Olaa. Owing to the
enormous demand for holdings and the
possible desire on the part of sonic of
the applicants to realize largely and
promptly the lands will probably bo
sold at auction to tho highest bidder
and a cl.tupo will be inserted In the
agreements providing for a Ave years'
actual residence. Mr. Baldwin admits
that this will probably bo the plan
adopted, but ilcllnllo lnstrucilous to
tha: effort have not yet been received.
He talil to a reporter for the Herald:
"When 1 was In Honolulu a couple of
weeits ago I had a 'onversatlon with
I .a ml Commlri&Jonor Brown regarding
the opening of the lands In Olnj, and
he suggested the adopting of the same
plan that Is In force In Hnmaliiu, and
I think 4!ie lands will 1m; sold to the
highest bidder to be paid for in cash
at the time of purchase, or on tho sime
plan as the right of purchase 'ea3eb
where Interest only on the amount It
collected during tho term specified.
The five years residence clause will be
Inserted so that speculation can bo, to
a great extent, avoided. A man can
ouy land under the pre sen terms and
pu. on a 'dummy' to fill the rcqulro
incn.s of the law for two years, but it
mav be difficult for hlai to do this for
the years. It Is thl Mummy' business,
the Government will try to scop. There
Is being printed in Honolulu a fouu
.ontalnlng a lift of question to be
ant wend and sworn to by holdcra of
right of purchase Ioabes ab the Gov
ernment Intends to nwertaln as near
as possible Just how closely the law Is
being carried out. Thise answers will
include tho name of the holder, his res
idence and place of business, when ho
went on tho land, how long ho resided
there and such other Information as
may be deemed necessary.
"Some people have an Idea tney can
live and do business in llllo or eke
where and still hold their laud: thW
Is not correct. A man with a wife or
family might live In llllo and attend
to his business here tind hold his lain)
provided his wife or his family had arr,
tually resided on the laud ho had se
cured under leafcc. Two places of res
idence will hardly fill tho bill.
nother mlbtako has b'vn mado b)
people right here In llllo. They own
homes In the town and have taken up
Government land In Olna or Puna upon
favorable terms. The Government will
not allow this under any circumstances
as tho agreements provided that they
must not he the owners of o'her lands.
When the time count for paying up
these peoplo will discover their mis
take to their cost.
"I do not know what will be done in
the matter of settlement associations;
those things are attended to entirely
at the I.-iml Office In Honolulu and all
applications that I have, received have
been sent down. I'mler that clause in
the I -and Act not more than one hun
dred acres can be aslgne I a single
family and not less than s.x famllltri
"an apply for lam! to be set apart for
their up In this way. My impresIon
Js that the lands ai'tst be occupied
within three months from the time tho
land Is trinsferred to tho association.
The only one esub.Ishcd In this vicin
ity Is over by ltupahoohoe. which II.
II. Gchr Iri at the head of. So far only
seven families have signified their in
tention of locating there; whether or
not there are mare to tame I do not
know. He took up 1700 anre3, which
means tha seventeen families should
live there. Eight associations hnvo
filed their applications for lands for
settlements in Olaa. most of them ask
ing for the same lots, and by actual
calculation there would bo Just enough
land In the lo; to accommodate two
nnd one-half associations. I have no
Information as to what tho Department
will do, probably a .'ompromlse of
some kind may be effected or the Gov
ernment may decide to glvo them Innd
somewhere else. No definite time has
been set for tho opening of tho land
and tho settlement matters cannot bo
attended to until this Is done."
riiiRR l ,Vu ; fiiT.ws.
To the Public- At least onco a )ear
all civilized nations set apart ono day,
sacred to the memory of thoso who
have fallen lu defence of tho nation.
Tho patriotic societies of tho city
will, as usual, pay reaped to tho dead,
and lu order that the public may know
the soldier and sailor dead, a small
ling v i 1 1 bo placed an each grao. Tho
people will confer a great favor on tho
organizations having thU celebration
In hand If they will bring, scud or
routo to bo at'jil, llowcra for the graves
that without the umUtuncn of nil mint
have but few flowers.
"Hlniniiorii. thoy ilU'M In n utrutiuo
ICmvAKI) J. WII.HON
Honolulu, May ih !W'.
Directum of Oahu pluiii.iiloii will
tllllko II H'eiil trip im llio now PHtHHl
Muy or tomorrow.
When the 1 1,11.1 r en get their feet wet and
t.iVe roll eje them a hot foot-bath, a lol
of hot drink, a doo of Aycr' Cherry Pecto
ral, nml put them to lxd. The chanccVaro
they mill lie all right in the morning. Continue
tho Cherry Pectoral a few days, until all
cough has disappeared.
011 coughs arc also cured; wo mean tho
coughsof bronchitis, weak throats and Irriln
We lungs. Kven the hard coughs of consump.
tlon are always made easy and sometimes
cured by tho continued uso of
Your own doctor will explain this to you.
He knows that wild cherry bark is tho k't
remedy known to medical scienco for sooth
ing ami healing inflamed throats anil lungs.
You may rely tion Ayer's Cherry Pectoral to
stop your rough.
Uwiir i.f mtrlia.. Im!titlm. Tit mm
Ayrr'fl ('hrrrr rrrtoml I. blow it In II.- glut, ot
t arh boltle. rut up In ti .lir.,
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.. Agents.
liou'riimont offices close at noon to
There will be horsi i.icing June 10
Oalm mill turned out HO tons
sugar olio day last week.
Walter C. Peacock will mioii be
Hawaii for a short stay.
G. Sell u man , Port street, carries a
full Hue of high and low priced har
ness. The HeaUnl lloat Club will give one
of their enjoyable dances next l-'rlday
Tinlner Durfeo repoijs that the con
dition of the horse W. Wood Is much
The Inspector of Immigrant. Di. C.
. Peterson, Is back from an olll.d il
trip to Hawaii plantations.
Tho Special Agent of tho Pulled
States and Mrs. Sowall -arc to return to
Honolulu early next month.
Klce has been "away up" for a (onple
of weeks now and there has be?n name
lively speculation In the staple.
St. 1-ouls college won from Puunhou
hi tho base ball gnmo played Satur
day forenoon. The score was 10 to C.
Tho Queen's birthday ball at the llllo
hotel was a fine siicces. Tho day pro
gram was postponed or abandoned on
account of rain.
Tin Walklkl water main Is to be ex
tended around Diamond Head to Kaa-
lawitl. The workmen are now Hearing
tho lookout station.
A gentleman from tho States has suc
ceeded In placing several blocks of
stock lu a mining corporation here
within the past week.
Keutwcll, a student at Oahu college,
sustained u scalp wound yesterday by
striking his head against a stop In the
swimming pool. It was necessary tj
cull a surgeon.
A natle school teacher in Sou.li
Kona, who has been In the habit ot
ordering liquor from Honolulu, has
been "spoken to" by the Commission
ers of ICducntlpn.
i:. ICIlsworth Carey, not unknown to
local fume in 'Honolulu, Is now city edi
tor of the Manila Freedom, of which
Geo. II. Fuller Is business munnger and
Don C. W. "Mincer, editor.
'Micro was n good attendance at the
High School last vvcnlng for (Professor
Ilolfu's loot u re on Hawthorne. TJierc
followed an Interesting discussion on
Robert 1juIh Stevenson, with mention
of his ritddcuce and work here. Ho
olulii figures In sceral of Stevenson's
works and he was very fond of Ha
waii. The funeral of Private Ellsworth D.
Smith, of Hattery 'N. Sixth Artillery,
took plauo from St. Androw'H Cathed
ral yesterday afternoon. The deceased
had only been on tho sick list nhout a
week, death resulting from typhoid
fever. The Be v. V. dl. Kltcat conduct
ed the service at tho Cathedral. Wray
Taylor presided at the organ. Kit A.
Williams was tho undertaker and tho
Pacific MaiJ Steamship Go!
Occidentaif Oriental Stcamsiiip Co.
and Toyo Kisen Kaisha,
Steamers of the above lompaate will rail at Honolulu and leave Ui
port on or about the datei below tofttloned.
FOR IAPAN AND CHINA
OAKMC MAY 31
CHINA ,, JUNK 1C
UOKIC JUNE 24
NIPPON MAIllI JlJt,Y 4
uio nn JANKIIIO JULY 13
coptio Jinv n
AMIIItICA MA III! JI'I.Y 2
CITY OI-' PICKING . . .APG 8
GAHI.IC AUG 10
CHINA Si:iT. 1
For general Information apply to
M. HAOKFELD J. Or .,l'd. AgtuC
body writ taken to Xuuanu cemetery
Tho deceased was from BncliPitir N
.11 years of nge.
Theiv was n strengthening lu tho
stock market catorday of (.Una nnd
Mnun.iliii and an ndvauru of Ookiila.
The IY.M wheelmen will go Into
training at once for tho bicycle num
bers on tint program of tho .lor Roy
Members of Hip Y. M. C. A. nro In
ited to attend n picnic to be given on
the Mil of June on the Oahu college
Imitations are nut for the wedding
of Miss Maud Alibi nnd Mr. Henry C.
Pl'.ueger to tnko place on Juno Mn nt
St. Andrew's Cathedral.
Attorney GenornJ Cooper's appoint
ment of K. C. Winston to a sent lu tho
Hoard of Health wus approved by the
Cabinet jrstorday morning,
Tho band will play nt tho residence
of Hon. 1). P. It. lsenberg nt Wnlalne
n week from next Saturday, In honor
of that gentleman's birthday,
The band concert nt Kmin.i Square
last evening was gicatly enjoyed by
the audience, lu which was n number
of tho Russian tunn-of-war officers.
Tho location of tho Knllht pumping
station is yet In doubt. All depends on
returns from waters now being an
alyzed by Dr. Shorey, the Hoard of
At the Cabinet meeting yesterday
tun Holt property back of tho Fort
stieet school was exchanged for u lot
on Richards street, nnother on Port
uml $3.i00 In rash.
i ho now Hawaii Railway Company
was discussed nt osterilny'H Cabinet
meeting, but it was finally laid ocr
to Wednesday, when u ib-clslou will
probably bo reached.
Tom Moirlssey, for over six years
a di Ivor lu the Honolulu (lie depart
ment Is now in tho hack business and
Neoley lloylo has taken Morrlssey's
old plnco at the Ccntnil station.
Kiunehameha pay, June II, 18Dt,
falling on Sunday, Monday, Juno 12th.
ISO!) will bo ohscned as a National
holiday. All the Go eminent offices
thioiighoul the Islands will bo closed
on that day.
Tho contract for building tho Gov
ernment road from I'liimln.i to Hitea,
In Kim, Hawaii, has been n warded to
S. Nu kail for $21CU. Other tenders
were Isnnc John Aim. $27fi8; J. K. Ko
kaula, m"; J. 11. Walpullanl, 2M0.
Mr. und Mrs. Jus. II. Castlo mid Mr.
W. N, Armstrong leave on the stenm
er W. G. Hull this morning for Ma
leln bay, Spreckelsvllle, and Olllula,
Maul, whero they expoU to occupy Mr.
II. P. Baldwin's loltnge for hot oral
IIONOI.UI.U SIOCK I:XC1IAN(.L
Honolulu, 11. I., May 21), 18911.
NAMK OP STOCK.
1 LtiUIPfI nM IA(k
I pJm. Ivi I R,a- Kt
C. UiBver A i
lUw. An. Co
Kllit-I I'luti Co.1,1, h..
" " " pil,iii
Kona Huicur Co. Ai I
I'd lip I
Mnnali. Hint. Co, i I
0lnflhi.i'.l,o l.ll.H-fl I
' " ' I'll. upj
1 ,400.1 M
, 11 2! i
I'aauliau Hui; Plan. Co
i Nciac ...,,..
Wa'alua Attt Co. ai,
... , . up I
Wilder H. 8 Co
InterlalandB. H Co.,
Ilanr'n Kl.rl.Cii ....
Hon. Mori Trim A I.f'.,
V D Co lid ..........
.. " 111 uo...
O. K. A L Co. .
Haw'n Oov'i II per ct
llaw'u iovi A ,,,., r
Haw'n O. Pott Hivltifia
'H pr ci
(. It. I.. . .
Session Sales Morning Session
One Hundred Ooknlu, $21: 10 Oahu,
$292; 200 Klhol, $lii.25; C Pioneer Mill,
$2S; 10 Kwu, $390.
Afternoon Session Ninety Mauna
lei, $9.75; 40 Maunalei, $10; 100 Ookn
lu, $21.50; r,0 Ookala. $24.25; 35 Klhol,
Quotation Changes Twenty-Blx.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
DORIC juni: J
NIPPON MAItU JUNK It
IUO 1)13 JANKIIIO JUNK li
COPTIC JUNK 21
AMKKJGA MAIIU JULY 4
CITY OK PKKING JUI,Y It
OABI.10 JULY 2)
CHINA APG 8
DOKIC APG 15
NIPPON MAHU t(l 23
IIIO UK JANKIIIO HKP'I
COPTIC SKPT 12
m WOKLD'S STANDARD;-,
11 FORTIMEKnHP.INa. '
Should he in the jmckct of retry
irtnrcr of a llitri.
Mniiy yam' hmullimj of WatiKti
ronniirc ut, (hat price considered
The Klijin is the mot,t iiffaclory oj
Cowd in ... .
NICKLE. SILVER. GOLD FILLED
AND SOLID GOLD.
lie hnre u full line and tell them,
al riijhl prices.
KLGISS reach us riyht'.
ELtilXS reach you right.
Elgin ttand for uhat is right in
time Ircpiny and huting ijualities,
and that is iriy tec arc right in push
ing the Elgin Match.
S. S. KINAU,
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday at
12 o'clock noon, touching at Lahalna,
Maaluca Hay and Makcua the tam
day; Mahukona, Kawalrao and I.tupa
hoehoo tho following day, arriving at
llllo on Wednesday evening.
Hoturnlng, will sail from-llllo ovcrj
Friday at (i o'clock p. in., touching at
Lnupahochoo, Mahukona, Kawalhao,
Makena, Maalaci Day and Labalaa, nr
riving at Honolulu Saturday night.
Will call at Poholkl, Puna, on the
second trip of each month, arriving
thero on tho morning of the day of
sailing from llllo to Honolulu.
Tho popular routo to tho Vol:aiio Is
via llllo. A good carriage road the en
S. S. CLAUDINE,
Will Icavo Honolulu Tuesday at S p.
m touching at Kahulul, liana, Uamou
and Klpahulu, Maul. Hoturnlng, ar
rives nt Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nun, Kaupo, once a
This company reserves tho right to
raako changes In tho time of departure
ami arrival of Its steamers without
notlco nnd It will not bo responalblo
for any consequences arising ilium
Consignees must be at tho Landings
to rccelvo their Freight; this Conipuiy
will not hold Itself responsible tor
freight after It has been lauded.
IJvo Stock received only at ownerV
This Company will not bo responsible
for Money or Valuables of passenger
unless placed In the care of Purser.
Passengers arc requested to purchase
tlcketi before embarking. Those fall
ing to do eo will be subject to xa ad
dltlonal charge of twenty-fire per cent
Tho Company will not bo liable Jot
loss of, nor Injury to, nor delay fa. in
delivery of baggage or personal efiVcte
of the passenger beyond tho amount of
lioo.oo, unless the ralue of the aaie
tx doclared, at or before tho lsiuo of
the ticket, and freight It paid thereon.
All employeei of the Company una
fcrblddcn to receive freight without de
livering a shipping receipt therefor In
the form prescribed by the Comp.tujr
and which may be seen by shippers up
on application to the pursers ot the
Shippers are notified that If freight is
shipped without such receipt, It will
bo solely at ths risk of the shipper.
C. 1 WIGHT, President.
S. D. ROSES, Secretary.
CAPT. J. A. KINO, Port Supt.
NO. 507 KING ST.
HONOLULU, H. I.
Shipping and Family
G. J. WALLER, Manager.
Highest Market Rates paid fer
BldML Bklns and Tallow.
Purveyors to Oceanic and PaelJW
Hall Steamship Conpanlea.
AT THE CUZMTi: OITJCIL