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i li Vi-' lit III I. '! rll..' . UK TIT Hi vr aiiiu i"". . ... I'lpiiilf Territory rf In h' 'in ... .. . , ... Il i:. r..r Humphrey. Judge, I.i i 'intnii1'' . v-wfon. an inram, oy Al j i i I i-r n-t friend, plain ,i .,rai- M. N-wton and Harah hh w r. r nr a. rue- '' . i',ir..lln N. (Mark. m. 'I r i It V rtM. I j i i 1 1" Z. Forbee and ; w h' r ('. her husband, le- liiU f,.r rurmion. ,.n. .ar i ;'' ft' COMMISSIONER d :al estate. Ill"'1"' f r I ,.-i re of th Hon. A. if th Territory or na- ihmbrs In th above ,ini hi comrnlaaloner .. I i l I' II ' ' I ....,., I u.111 ,,, I ii nt public miction, at w i, y. th 2th ilur of "n ". - i l'Miii. hi th front n- ... I i.ll. lru Hiillillnv r in." .," .... f In IMI ' ' ....... I .v III ( ril" IMMI "1 'II1. III? no mat. tru. ii.7 reel i ly M. Kekunnao to 1 1 ' wi at. L M. true, 13.5 ft Kekuanuou to ' . tru. mi ink line 3 s f-et of Queen feet feet 0 alliii.tM lam -..II ,,. ii l li. r-un.l. r il"m rlbn: fc,,,, iteming at the east r f "J" '"" ,,n'1 Kkaullk atreet a I rintilnif. , ..r-u '. tru'. 13 feet ' ' . i . ..' 1. . il v.. i.f ' 4, .III 'I it"". 1 . ' . '( ,'i u'lii. ,4.iitll r"" r 'l . wt. tru. 2.S ,,rj g i 'i ' . thnr ,rth J wt. tru. (5 ..i-i g'ti-n ntH-fl l lnltll point. .nt i ii I n ic w r' f i.liNM) lurv. j .1, n t '.immrnring at tn north ,,,'ivr t 'J nl Kkullka atreta ..i finrlnir i Nrth J ' on' wt. tru. 1TS.B lVt i-.'rt yi" 'r,,t t th aouth cornr j .iiun j. ,,'ri U '. Awiril. 170 to Kekunnitoa.; l .n-h 3" :i"' ,t. tru. 40 ft uml l l Kekuanaoik to I'u -.1 in K.'k'iMkx atrttt. thenc i ,.nih ri' W WHwt, tru. in. ft ,H K.kiiiiik tnt to Initial point. "fltiiMi if n nri or ii.iwu acr. .tniirnt J-'imninrlnic at an an1 , in iini" nr i,ii'wn atrft on trm m'.m t'K whirh plnt twara anuth 4 n Hint, tru', :. ftt. from an ii in n t th iNiuth crnr of Kln ,n gnw'i nir't. nwr th Itoollll rti i h:l 'U' nn. runnln: I. 4..uih A' iiit. tru. H7 ft inn'iiii nil "f Qnn atrt to .fn ci.rni'f i.f unction 2; 1 N.i'li '' tr. tru. t9l i,.-t I.. itr. 170 to Kkunaoa; I, N 't'h l'l' J', runt, tru. U4 ft t .N .r'h 1 1 .iir wt. irti. iu.t rt .i .t .rt i.f I Awnnt i2:$ to W . 1, i'l t i Armtrunic to ijun 4"t, thrlirn i !..ut r ;. wrt, tru. IM ft .-I Y'iin-h lrit to lnltl.il point ."tininf an ari'ii of bl.ioo arra. 'iih pin- or pirrla of lit nil wra ''rnny prt of l.ml i'nmmlilonr Kill N. I UJ."., K yl I'atrnt 1S791, ti..n -An un.llvllo.l half of th . m piiMn or pnrrri of lml alt i i th Miiiith mrnrr of Nuuanu -4 U-rrhant itrte In and! Honolulu '" inirilnn of !Mni ('ommlaalnn A trl ., apitn 1, to ft llrynolil. 'iiiini mni imm rili aa foilowa: i' .mmpni'in at lh north cornr o ! M nhimt Htrrcta on nvt I runnina: I. .ith if Pt' r.t. tru. H.l fat ' Hn of Merchant atrt: I "Hh 71' 5' wrut. tru. 27.25 ft t! t. Aamnl ttd, tpuni 3. to 8. U. Alim pi. lie matlon lot: Vrth 'ii' i' wfii, tru. 75.5 ft tlkn l"t to Nuuanu atrt: N"Mh ." in' dii tola i i? t Nnnnnu irrt to Initial point. "'Ni'if an an t of l.ftoo aiuitr ft. an. I pnmla-e altuat at tha 1 t!rt uf Nuuiinii anil Merchant f Mrh an unllv.ll half ' -f fit.' nih..r unllvlii half tha f th rtnt of th Ut Hon. W A iatln of Il.iaton. ir'h.f Inr.irtimt l,,n ri.nrrnln tha I pii;i ,,f I,, ml mnv hm nhtnlnl M't'Ui itliin at mv nin.. nm ?na i innl ii I it ' -n nii..n.'. hnv bn a.lj'i.l't tt. tin r, ,, w, p,ibJrt to m'""n "v th court. Il at '' ,if puri hn cra i:YAI t. MKAD. 'ommlaalonr. ' I II n.iinin, m tob-r 3o, i:mm). at.re T11K PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, NOVEMBER 2, 19M. BY AUTHORITY. Notlc hereby coraan .w,th aectU,; of Th. r re atmir t. k . . i " ." " '" or npirltuoua "tuorn, ann upon r.onm...... th n.w, .. """'""i " within m k. I m,t" f "nd-rie-within which thoa obtaining a lir.r... unuer auch an .is. ii iai till further nmif. .... . iuiiuwi: n r' bounded bv & on th, m.ka! .We of .7 . "f Point M fet north.. Kea atreet and running . , . .. Maun.kea atreet to a" i.' m.uka of Pauahl atreet. Vh;n 'T -i ith i-auahi .tr. " feet northerly from Nuuanu ..,,. . C.,.,'".W WUh Nuua" avenu, to" k point M trt mauka of Ii.r-tam,. 17' .th'"r t,aa', w,th IK-nftanU avenu to a tioint tim . rrorn rort atrit. i h.n,. ... . '-1 iiaimiri Willi ort atreet to a txjlnt s . , niti Hotel atreet. thence narallel with tf, treet to a point tut f.t . fin I Vi . I m Nuuanu avenu. thnr- r,a,ni St.... " 1 1 Hill Nuuanu avenue to a p.,lnt M ft mau OI Jvln Itrral IK.... . .... Klnn atreet to llt-thel ir..i ihD . alontt llethel atreet to a r.o.n.' . makal of King atrfet. thence puralM wiib Kln atreet to a bolnt art f. aoutherly from Nuuanu avenue, thence parallel with Nuuanu avenue to Mer chant atreet, thence to a point M feet north of Nuuanu avenue on the mauka oi aiarm atreet. thenr t.uraiu.i with Nuuanu avenue to a point 8 feet maaai or Kin at it rr i.n.. , . with Klna atreet to a t.in north of Maunakea atreet. .thence to atartlnr point. Alao at the Hawaiian hotel, the Un ion aaloon and the Pantheon aaloon on Hotel atreet. Alao the Criterion aa loon on Fort atreet for the balance of th term of Ita present llcenae and the Fountain aaloon near the Oahu rail road atatlon for the balance of the term of Ita present llcenae. The llmltt for llcenaea contemplated In aectlona 431. 432 and 433 of the Penal Lawa, known aa "Dealera Llcenaea." ahall be the aame aa deacrlbed above. and In addition thereto Merchant treet between Nuuanu and Fort atreet a and Kaahumanu atreet. Provided that outside of theae limita retail liquor llcenaea may be Isaued with the approval of the Governor to peraona carry In on a regular bona flde hotel bunlneaa. which llcenaea ahall i not permit Ilquora to be aold over u bar and ahall contain auch other reatrlc tlona aa ahall be deemed to b in the public Intereat. THEO. F. LANSINO, Treaaurer. Treaaurer'a Office, Honolulu. Novem- SPIDER MAKES USE OF ELECTRICITY Weedon asked the committee to en dorse him for the position. A resolu tion was offered and passed unani mously endorsing him for tne ai-uoiut-ment. The executive committee will forward a request to President McKin ley by the next steamer requesting Mr. Weedon's appointment. Little Edison, a Custom House Pet, a Very Wise Insect The work of pumping out the base ment of the Magoon block continued all day yesterday. -1 . -in . ,.. Corporalioa R ' o NOTICE. PARTICULARLY smart spider who resides on the Pacific Mail wharf, and who has attracted the attention of many whose business takes them In that direction, has been tamed by some of the boys who fre-qut-nt the wharf, and has now become quite a pet among them. This clever arachnid first attracted attention by his endeavors to spin a web from the rail of one of the Oriental steamships while she was in port not long ago. to the top of the shed on the wharf. When the steamer finally Ktarted to move away from the wharf on her way to the Coast, the spider at flint did not s-em to know whether to go to San Francisco or remain in Honolulu. Fate lecided the matter foi him. however, and the sudden snap ping of the silvery threads which held the web. left the spider in the land of ni turth. , Helng of an Inventive disposition, and having worked for some time for a living, the cute spider has at last come to the conclusion that he can get along without doing any v. oik at all. And he has Just about succeeded, as nearly aa any good spider could well expect to succeed. He has spun a web. after long and infinite labor, from an Incandescent electric light globe to the edge of the shed near by, and il. he has to do is to let the mosquitoes and the flies and the bugs ana so forth, attracted by the light, walk right into his parlor for him to gobble up. Thi spider was a sad looking specimen of his kind before he adopted this method of getting everything that was com ing to him. but now he is fat and is supporting a family, and the boys who have business around the wharf have given him the name of Little Edison on account of his knowledge of electricity. Little Kdlaon is much liked, especially by those whose duty keeps them on watch on the wharf at night, for then, when the mosquitoes become a nuisance, the aufferer goes beneath the electric light where the sagacious spider has hi lair and makes a few vicious slaps at the mosquitoes, which make Immediately for the light and are caught, many of them, in the web of Little Kdlaon. During the daytime th spider exerts his spinning organs to repair whatever damage may have been done to his web during the night, but, during the night, if one will but watch, his eight brilliant little eyes can b seen ever on the alert for choice and varied insects wherewith to provide his rapidly growing family. avail I A 4 lav i w ,4- j THE STOCKBOOKS OF THE WAI- manalo Sugar Company wl.l be closed to transfers from November 2Sth to :30th, inclusive. W.' "il. GIFFARD, Treasurer Waimanalo Sugar Co. 5714 ELECTION OF OFFICERS. AT THE ADJOURNED ANNUAL meeting of the stockholders of WILD-1 ER'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY, held i on this date, the following officers were elected to serve during the ensuing year: C. L. Wight, President. W. G. Irwin, Vice President. S. B. Rose, Sec'y and Treasurer. W. F. Allen, Auditor. The above officers, with E. D. Ten- ney, AV. Pfotenhauer, and G. C. Beck- ley, comprise the Board of Directors. S. B. ROSE, Secretary. Honolulu, November 26, 1900. 5713 ANNUAL MEETING. EWA PLANTATION COMPANY. HIS DEATH IS A DARK MYSTERY JkeletOLi of h Chine Found o(T Knuai u 1 Oad Yeseruuv. MUSICAL PROGRAM FOR THANKSGIVING Centra1 Union Church Service Will lie of a Very High Standard. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE shareholders of the Ewa Plantation Company will be held at the rooms of the Chamber of Commerce in Honolu lu, on Wednesday, November 28, 1900, at 10 o clock a. m. E. D. TENNEY. Secretary Ewa Plantation Co. The time of the above meeting has Been changed from Wednesday. No vember 28, at 10 o'clock a. m., to Fri day, November 30, 1900, at 10 o'clock a. m. E. D. TENNY, E. D. TENNEY. THIS DAY At Auction At the residence of Rev. E. W. TWING, 548 Fort Street, corner Chap lain Lane, WEDNESDAY NUV. 28.. AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., I wlU sell at Auction Household Fur- -niture and Furnishings, consisting of a- WEBER PIANO, PARLOR FURNITURE, ELEGANT OAK CABINETS Con taining many valuable Curios. OAK AND CANE CHAIRS, OAK WRITING DESKS, VALUABLE OIL PAINTINGS, some from Royal Palace, OYNX TABLE, LIBRARY, containing valuable Books, 2 NEW IRON BEDSTEADS, CHEFFONIER, " FERNS AND PLANTS. WILL E. FISHER, g AUCTIONEER. ANNUAL MEETING. ber 24. 1900. B714 A ghaatly discovery by school children yesterday in the hau buahea near Forester Moore's reaUlence In Nuuanu Valley has developed a mystery which the police are lnve.tla-at.ng. The skeleton of a male 8entatlon of reported the fact at once to Ellen Moore, who telephoned to Captain Pratt of the (Waterworks Department. The Attorney Gtneral was communicated with and he in ,turn addressed a letter to the High PEA LEI) TENDERS Sheriff. After the Story had gone Its of filial round. High Sheriff Iirown lmpan- riled the following coroner'a Jury: C 11. Will b received at the office of the Su- JV. J . . . ...... .... . . Chaa. I'hlllipa, V 1111am liiaisdell and II. perlntendent of Publl.- Works till 12 Cral(be, and drove them in a wagonette o'clock, noon, of Monday, December t0 the place InJlcatecl In the Attorncy 10th, for th construction of a storm cieneral'a letter. water drain. ! Hifch Sheriff and the Jury were dl- " rected to a ortlon of the road above He- i-iana ami mwimmiuns mi m- in.nr rryolr No. 2 and alove the I 'all saloon. ' na r. IK. li.lalanl t 1 1 Tmr I n t m nAfTt t flf . , . W 11..,. .. vr6n ' ' .v. , v . .... ...... v. iu m i it iiie rua n uci a iiue waier- Public Worka. fall deacended almost into the road. The party waa led directly back of the doea not bind himself to accept the th ht... h..ha . . m a. i .a UWfPt ur Nil lMI. J. A. M CANDLESf. Huperlntendvnt I'ubllc Worka. November 27th. 1900. 5713 1900, being a holiday, tenders for sup plies for the Oahu prison will be opened on Friday, November 30th, at 12 m., Inatead of on Thursday, as here tofore advertised. E. P. DOLE. Attorney General. Attorney General's Office, November :th. IM 5713 I s.. 1 I.I '" t an nri.r mud this d iy H "Mnrilii.. a. 11. Humphreys 1.1 iMiii.-.I anlf. th an Id S4l "i i "i.in.., Wedneadiiy, tha "I I .'tlllirr. IIOO at 11 n'rl.-kt " I I iv. nt aam plac. ini...r :t, i.mmi. 5713 I N 1 ' "ALR, 1 N'lTIi'E OF INTEN. rullKCLOtrillC AND h?niR. N OtVF.N THAT , th- power of a.tl contain- . ,iai ri-rtain mortate datl May n"'l lV MA It Y A A If I nt i. i'an. of oahu. mortgagor. ' ''..N i..ng bualnea under p pame f Alien Itoblnaon of j 't iii inuiu- ii:i. i.- . ' " ' . j M. . . ... l.lll.'f ll'jl l.r. m...mmm MA n ".i nn.ri(ii(M Intends to fora mi. nn.rticag.. for condition h.i ' V ,n non-pnymnt of .i - n.T-n initi m f"nv....i . .. i. . " "t puMio auction at tha "f Jma F. Morgan, !,, ,,' on Haturday. , PHI, AT O '. I.OCK NOON. Win rnv-re.t by aald mort-v..-' "f A" nf ,h," prmlaa "h.L , K,,n. I-Inl of VS.,, 7 " 1- rMi.t, f tha premlaea 'i r ' n ,:" Patent N 154 "mi k. . " ward No. 1049 t e 'i anii ii-arrlbeil aa foi- ' t.i. ... . at Plnt on tha S Ih."n,"lnin'h IV Road, tup... . "'" th junction of " 1 .K,,,"-hmeha IV Road "h ii-1 'f'if running: "h ' 'aii, thenr ""U'l-.n ''"t' ," t along ac- '' i' ""'' 'h W'"M. M ft. thenc. i ' r'"". :0J ft ta Kama r .... n I. tn tilar. Isaa-ln hun lea. provemanta .""r 21 mor nr M " "mprovi thr '"vnga and appur "" ninngng. If Th Superintendent of Public Worka I waterfall for a distance of about 100 yarda. fearful I sight met the gaze of the party. There I lay a figure wrapped In rotting clothes. ' A curaory examination uiMcloeed the fact . that no fleah adhered to the bones. . The skull waa expoacd directly to the air and i I was discolored somewhat. The Jaw bone , had fallen away. The man had been dreaaed In a neat black sack coat. j 1 A hat of Hawaiian manufacture made of .w .cocoanut leaves and covered with a tiwing to inursuay, iovemDer m, 'pufarfe wn foun,i iyInr about two fe4Jt 8707 C11AS. WILCOX, Secretary Hoard of Health UF.OULATION REOARDINO THE INTERMENT OF THE DEAD IN THE DISTRICT OF HONOLULU. away from thn body, almost as if before death the hat had tecn removed from the head and laid upon the ground. The . . . a . . m. l iruurri wt-ro di uarn coiur. . ne nun i were well made and had elaatic sides. A meaaurement of the trouaers at the i . K nn-.... V. I Innl. . In.ll.. 1 1 n I " ' r v Biivn . ' . t .nil 1 ili.ilfri-a ll'UI:d.lll$ that the man was small. Near by the head waa found a mass of black hair about 13 Inches long, to which was attach, ed a cloth braid auch as Is ua-d by Chi nee. This was conclusive evidence that the man was a Chinese. In one of the pockets waa found a hair braiding string. The skeleton was entirely dearticulated. ,The remains were brought to town and tne skuii now reposes in tne Deputy The music for the union Thanksgiv ing service at the Central Union church promises to be of exceptionally high standard. There will be the first rre what is considered by some musicians the world's noblest chorus, "O Great Is the Depth!" from the ora torio of St. Paul, by Mendelssohn. All the choral work will be rendered by a largely augmented choir, under the direction of Mrs. J. W. Yarndley and with the accompaniment of Prof. Ingalls, organist, and Miss Carrie Cas tie, pianist. Solos will be given by Mrs. A. II. Otis, Miss Delia E. Griswold. Mr. H. F. Wichman and Mr. W. W. Burns. The following is the full musi cal program: Prelude "St. Cecilia" (No. 3) Batiste Prof. A. B. Ingalls. Chorus "O Great Is the Depth!" (St. Paul) Mendelssohn Choir. "Festival Te Deum" (E flat).. Dudley Buck Soprano, Mrs. A. H. Otis; contralto, Miss Delia E. Griswold; tenor, Mr. H. F. Wichman; bass, Mr. W. W. Burns Choir. Response "Awake, My Soul!" Beethoven ' Choir. Offertory "With Cheerful Notes" (duet) .Millet Soprano, Mrs. A. 11. Otis; tenor, Mr. H. F. Wichman . Choir. Closing Chorus "Now to the Lord a Noble Song" Wagner Choir. Organ Postlude Selected Prof. A. B. Ingalls. WAIALUA AGRICULTURAL PANY, LTD. COM- THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THJ. shareholders of the Waialua Agricul tural Co., Ltd., will be held at tht rooms of the Chamber of Commerce in Honolulu, on Wednesday, November 2 1900, at 11 o'clock a. m. E. D. TENNEY, Secretary Waialua Agriculture- Co.. . Ltd. 5712 Friday, at 12 O'clock! I will offer for sale at auction that . magnificent corner lot (Mrs. Hendry's on Pensacola and Kinau streets, with lawn,' trees, shrubbery and hedge, ready for building. Size,. 100 x 200. Terms One-third cash; balance in.' one and two years. The time of the above meeting has been changed from Wednesday, No vember 28, at 11 o'clock a. m.( to Fri day. November 30, 1900, at 11 o'clock a. m. E. D. TENNEY. Secretary Waialua Agricultural Co. ANNUAL MEETING. OOKALA SUGAR PLANTATION COMPANY. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE shareholders of the above company wl.l be held at the office of C. Brewer St Co., Ltd., in Honolulu on Wednesday,' November 28, 1900. at 10 a. m. E. F. BISHOP, Secretary. Dated Honolulu, November 20, 1900. 5708 WILL t. USHER. Auctr. 75 Bicycles AT AUCTION At my salesroom, corner Alakea anc& Merchant streets, FRIDAY, KOYEMBKK 30r AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON. FURTHER PARTICULARS in later advertisements. Whereas, inti mere nT.nK RKHfTa office. No marks of violence place prepared for burial of the dead could be found and the skull had not boen aa required by law at the expiration f fractured. The Jury searched diligently tha period set, October 1st, 1900, and an about the skeleton to discover vials, tin Itenslon of time having ben granted PP . or weapons, but none waa for such special bjrlal permit until . ..' ,. ..... ,,., cemeteries aa prescribed by law should )n hin ornion d'ed some eight or nine b a valla hi, and now that auch feaal- months ago. The question has arisen bl arrangements are an accompllahed jfrom this whether the man was murdered , or wnciniT ne airn ui piaicue. i.irrc in u belief that he may have been a refugee from HE SOUGHT NEGRO LABOR FOR HAWAII J. B. Collins Returns the Southern States to Islands. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. WAIALUA AGRICULTURAL CO. LIMITED. THE NINTH AND FINAL As sessment of 10 per cent ($10.00 per share), has been called on the assessa ble stock of this company, to become due and payable at the office of Castle & Cooke. Ltd.. on October 30, 1900, DE LINQUENT NOVEMBER 30, 1900. W. A. BOWEN, Treas. Waialua Agricultural Co., Lt'd. 5690 NOTICE TO OLAA STOCKHOLDERS. 11 f lllHi li. r . UlLiLil.NUUAJl tilU., ' i'Ouj (having taken the agency of the OLAA fitrt. therefore . la. fn 1 m a a r.esolVeil. inai no rrn.u iwr - nf th nnirantlnA cnmr. And mntj ahall b granted within the city nd hla way toward the Pall, alckened on Koha!a plantation, returned by the China limits except to inose airriy me way int. rnwien inio ine ousiien o ri- in hnr'al tilota cape surveillance by the guards who Thla regulation shall go Into effect p-iroueu m . .rrt ,5 mwry . . .. . . -. inn nil wan muracrnj uui inerp are r from and after the first day of Janu- fa of thll(- No monpy waa found ,n m A TT) 1 00 1 lh. .r- W .1. . nA lArlntf r. llta y.iaitlf C. It. VOJi. of the search he was penn'uss. The police Tr.l.ln Hoard f Health. ,wlll make a thorough Investigation and district and made careful inquiry into the Homlulu, Nov. 7, 1D00. S707 J. it. Collins, formerly chemist fur the from an extended visit in the Southern States where he investigated the negro labor question with reference to the plan tations of the Island. He was the rep- hop to stumble en some clue which will possibility of getting a large number of 1 t .U . - Jt - . unrnnt-i inn ut''j """ wxreu 'mllloa In Immirmt. In lh. slum s NOTICE. Iff INTI NO. SHOOTING. OR THE carrying of firearms on any ofthe lands owned or leaaeii ry in unwifu com pany. Ltd.. la abaolutely forbidden. Treaapaaaera win on pri'"u'i full extent of th law. II. F. DILLI.XHlA'i. 1709 Manager. NOTICE. DR. J. If. RAYMOND HAS RESUM- d practlc at the residence now oocu Med by Dr. W. J. Oalbralth. office hours. ID to 13 only. Offlra teiepnone. 204; realdenca telephone. Blue 394. 670t i M,86jj,8)pp was one of the states trav- 1111 I nf pi ACL n elled over, he I cing familiar with the YYILL UL VsLvsOL U .topography and the people there. He also made investigations in Louisiana, L (I D uf K VQ Georgia and Tennessee, but did not con lUn I If J UM I O slder the cond.Uons for getting labor there , were aa good as in Mississippi. The cot- t ii ton and cane business in the Southern Internal lflVPtUl UtilCO Not States was encountered in full blast and r rpi I . the demand for negro labor between the 1 1 pCU 1 UUrS'lfl V Or months of September and January is par- r .ticularly pressing. The wages which are . ottered during the Dicn.ng season is SUGAR CO., LTD.. all ASSESSMENTS due on the stock of that company are now payable at the office of said The B. F. Dillingham Co.. Ltd., and all transfers of stock will be made through that office. J. P. COOKE, Treasurer Olaa Sugar Co., Ltd. Honolulu, Nov. 19, 1900. 5708 WILL E. FISHER. Auctr At Auction FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, At my salesroom, corner Alakea an Merchant streets, I will offer for sale at auction, that magnificent ! ' Corner Lot BEING THE NORTH CORNER OF PENSACOLA and KINAU STREETS. SIZE 100x200 FEET. THIS LOT is ready to be built upon. Well planted with hedge and large, trees, with good lawn. Its proximity to the very best resi dences in Honolulu places it most ad vantageous for a home site. The new electric street car line now laying its rails, will run within one block of the corner. KAHULUI R K . NOTICE A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE stockholders of the Kahului Railroad Company is called for Wednesday, No vember 28, 1900. at 10 a. m., at the of fice of Alexander & Baldwin, Ltd., to consider an amendment to the by-laws and any other business that may come before the meeting. W. R. CASTLE, Secretary Kahului R. R. Co. Honolulu, November 13, 1900. 6703 THE HAWAIIAN AGRICULTURAL COMPANY. NOTICE. LAU TIN AND LAU TONO give no tice that they have bn legally ap pointed attorneys in fact for Lau Lam of Hongkong, heir of tha late Lau Chong. and that they hava a full power of attorney to thla effect Issued at Hongkong. LA IT YIN. l71 LAU TONO. 1 A. C. ALLEN. i. . . ninaon, mortgage. f A:i..n .. V"''" h firm nam . tw,,, 1 Stales gold , f'irth,. Trta nf purrhaaer. r'N """'-y. attornaya for tha Ot,bf 2S. 1900. IK' a k... 'Uf,i- . n potponi i "'"""iber 1st. at aam I ''"""liilu NOTICE. THE STOCKBOOKS OF THE IIA wallan Pugar Company will be closed to. tranafera from Monday. Norember :d. to Friday, November 30, both In clusive. W. t- 1710 HOPPER, Secretary. NOTICE n t ft OROSS MAN'S OFFICE .in n eloaeil for a few weeka doling hla a baa act from tha laianda MM WEEDON WANTS THE JOB. Is Endorsed by Republicans To Suc ceed William Haywood W. C. Weedon, who is now connected nue office on the 29th and JOth of this, with Bruce-Waring & Co., Is an asplr- month. The former day will be ant lor i.ne onice of United States in- TharJtsglvIng and on the following day j ternal revenue collector for Hawaii, to the transfer of the office from Mr. succeed W 1111am Haywood. Haywood to Mr. Hasaon will takej Mr. Weedon made known his wishes place. The office will remain open to- to the executive committee of the Re- Amr and all those desiring stamps pumican party or iiawau ana me raw would better avail themselves of this ' ter waa considered by that body at a opportunity before tne omce closes, meeting neia a snori. ..u NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT transfers from the 26th to the 30th In stants, inclusive. GEORGE H. ROBERTSON, 6711 Treasurer H. A. Co. ottered during the picn.ng season vary i or . n . 1 .. .1 k, i.. i . ... . . ,i.t -hi!., n-.,t hn,the stockbooks of the Hawaiian Agri- me rnin Drougni in ireasury Agent :""v" ,r tCI K..." :7f .fc- Icultural Company will be closed to B. M. Thomas. In an Interview Mr. g-'oHer are iower by ai Thomas said In regard to his mission moat hajf tnan wnat they could get in here: Hawaii. They receive during the dull sea- "1 received orders from the Commls- son about $10 a month and rent. None of sloner of Internal Revenue to come to the laborers could be Induced to quit their Honolulu and transfer the office here l f?Zy?m u - from Mr. Haywood, resigned, to E. F. Metnodl8t min.ster. Rev. J. Henry Cook C. Hasson. who will act as collector and a negro laborer who will look into until such time as President McKln- the conditions which they find here and ley may appoint a permanent officer. maa a report to the people who are This transfer will be made on the l"e,,r, reur? W1in, n"rest t 20th Inst. The stamps and money will hr1n'gIng negro ,abor ln0 the Ialand9 Dand be counted, the accounts audited and believes that much can be accomplished the balance closed. aa soon as the present heavy cotton and "After the completion of this work I cane crop Is off. will remain here to await the orders of my department. I am hoping that the president will make the choice of a new collector while I am here, as this will save me another trip to Honolulu." Mr. Hasson also stated that it would be necessary to close the internal reve TERMS One-third cash; balance, one-third in one year; balance in two years, 7Yz per cent Interest on deferred payments. The limit or reserve price being $6,500. This Is an exceptional opportunity and snouia De considered. Will ETFisher AUCTIONEER. Lodge Le Progres Del' Oceanie No. 124. A. & A. S. RITE. THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL meeting of the above lodge at 7:30 o'clock THIS (WEDNESDAY) EVEN ING, at its hall. Masonic Temple. WORK IN THE FIRST DEGREE. Members of Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21, and Pacific Lodge, No. 822, and all so journing brethren are invited to be present. By order of the W. M. E. B. FRD3L, Secretary. CLOSING NOTICE. THE METROPOLITAN MEAT COM pany will close on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 29th, after 10 o'clock a. m. METROPOLITAN MEAT CO., LTD. . 5714 At Auction FRIDAY, NOV. 30. 1900, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON. At. my salesroom, corner of Alakea and "Merchant streets, I will offer for sale at auction by order of J. S. CAN NARIO, Esq., the Pulama Ranch and Poupou Ranch Adjoining the Campbell Land at Puna, Hawaii, containing 1.806 acres, the limit or reserve price being $12,000. One hundred and lorty acres oi inia land has been planted in coffee. All the land is exceptionally good for graxlng purposes. .Terms of sale: Cash. t WILL E."FISHER. Auctr. GOLF. A MEETING OF THOSE rNTEK ested in golf will be held in the Scot tlsh Thistle Club on Wednesday, No vember 23, at 8 p. m. H. B. SINCLAHV 6713 Secretary, pep t"-j. I! ti i til J 'I If I- -I" . ,1. ki " Ii $k 4 " t 2 " . r-.-3 ' "i ' ft"- . r : it i : .," :i - U i . - Si- i 1 J: I- lit mm a- - ir ' i .1vs s. r mr .