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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, JULY 10, 1906.
H 1 V H 7 '4 3' 1- i i i3- if i 1 Ac-ring on orders from the Coast tie Alameda yesterday engaged a duplicate crew for the return passage from San Francisco to Honolulu in ease the strike at the Coa- place should de velop to such an extent that the ves sel's sailing might be stopped or ue layed for some time. It is believed that when the Alameda arrives at San Francisco the present crew will leave the vessel. In that case the duplicate crew from Honolulu can be put to J -work and the vessel despatched on her 1 usual time or elose to it. When it became known about the front that sailors were to be shipped a big crowd of Porto Eicans and other? gathered at the Oceanic dock. Some applied for jobs in the fire-room, or rather, oil-room, for the Alameda is an oil-burner and others in the stew ard's department. However, a erew of Hawaiians was selected for the dock and nine or ten Porto Eicans engaged for the fire-room. There were probably about fifty Porto Eicans on hand soos after the news was abroad, and even the police took a hand in getting them there for even a respite of three or four weeks surveillance over the Porto Eicans would be something. On the corners near the dock union men gathered. When a non-union man passed by, a few words of suggestion would be passed quietly to him. Non unionists were advised to quit when they got to San Francisco. It was all done joeosely, but that's their way of putting a matter seriously. The steward's department will prob ably have no ehanges. At least, hone are contemplated now. ' FILM EE COMES FX C'OililAXD. "With Captain W. E. Filmer in com mand, the Japanese liner Nippon Maru arrived in port at S o'clock last night from Yokohama and moored at the Hackfeld wharf. The vessel will re sume her vovage to San Francisco at 12 noon today. The familiar figure of Captain Fil mer, who has been on the reserve list in Yokohama for some time, looked good to his Honolulu friends. He looks even better than he did when he was regularly on one. of the T. K. K. runs. He is taking the place of Cap tain Green thi3 trip, that oScer having been laid off on account of severe ill ness. Purser Eoberts and the remain der of the ship's ofneers are Captain Filmer 'a old shipmates. The Nippon Mara carries a large crowd of passengers this trip. I Al turio is the son of the Mexican Consul at a Chinese port who recently died. The son is en route home. Captain George Beardley is the head of a large tourist company at Yokohama. Miss Elsie Cook and Miss Houston Cook are the daughters of Judge Car roll Cook, one of the most distinguished judges of the Superior Court of San Francisco. H. M. Crane is the repre sentative of the Crane Hardware Co.. of Chicago. Captain P. Hastings is an officer of the Kent Guards. F. B. Hoff mann and W. W. Hoffmann are English tourists traveling around the world. E. E Hunter is a representative of the Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Cor poration at Singapore. Mr. J. C. Jeff rey is the son of the president of the D. & R. G. By., returning home with his wife from a honeymoon tour of the Orient, having made the round-trip on the Nipjon. Miss Kennedy is the daughter of the stewardess of the liner. Capt. X. Kostenko is an officer of the Russian navy. L. L. Kountze is the son of the senior member of the financial house of Kountze Bros., of Xew York, who took a bunch of Ha- day found himself confronted by the Fe-;er;i law, ari l he was consequently t arrest el. To allow a sailor from a for-i '-!.rt vesyel to es-ape or desert while in pTt, the master violates the immigra tion law. Therefore Captain Watson must answer. In this connection there i-5 a strange feature, in tLat it is s dis posed tie oeserter, Welch, may have lost bis life by jumping overboard from the vessel as she lav at anchor in filing, on MjE'jav. Welch came 1-tre on the Kirkceld from Newcastle as a stowaway, ne wanteil to stay here, Lut the captain was compelled to take him back to the Colonies. After jumping overheard with the evident CORRESPONDENCE UPON HAWAIIAN RELIEF FUND PRECINCT CLUB ELECTION NOTICE. j NO. S4. TERRITORY OF HA WAIL The folic-- ir.gr corresponc;? is self-exr-ianatcry. contain: last development s in course tio Hawaiian - relief work in San Cisco: :e. which the very ion with. Fran- siierable money in addi:! tributioa of provisions. We are still carrying work, and further than endeavoring to raise Pre v ;:i itr a me Frecirvt Ci Of the 4th COUP. i OF LAN"!) liEGlSTRATJO-Y. on ou: 73 We st B ro 3d S tree -. Stamford, Conn., June 21. 13 6 Hon. A. L. C. Atkinson. Chairman Governor's Relief Committee, Ho nolulu. T. H. Dear Sir : Enclos-d please find the folio w ir.g d o c u m e n t s : My letter to the Associated Chari ties of San Francisco donating- the sum of $j.'0. Letter acknowledging re:-eipt of said donation. llv letter donating- $1000 to the Relief CISCO. intention of swimming ashore, nothing has been heard of the man. Jfj drowned. Captain Watson is not respon sible, but if the body is not found, it will be supposed, according to law, that the man is at large, and the captain must stand a fine. WILL TAKE BIG CARGO. The Oceanic steamship Alameda wil be chock-a-block with Island products consigned to San Francisco. The cargo will comprise about 5000 bunehes of bananas, 600 boxes of fresh pineapples, 400 boxes cf the canned nrodnct. &000 i sixth or seventh. - It i .3 . . V, 7 A-c-n X Jh. XCU Oi v 4 ' 1 HI. - -fK " - we are a fund to re- i est2iiiifr:i our v jTti. on a j-ermanent basis, in the city. Commander Miss Booth has srotten together several thousand dollars, through the local or ganizations in the east, which we are endeavoring- to use to the best aivai- TV fiis- Antonio Kail. ;i Vineyu ;-y evenir.r. Juiv 12. i -..t.iati.-.iis f-.r ufheers i t-i:n su.-ii: be made. be called to order at 7: SO E. W. QUI.NTX For instanc we :ave alrea erecte-i a large wooden structure. 4jx 16i. which we propose using as a lodging- house for working1 men in the burnt district, reserving also a portion for ) our executive ornces. This buLaing will cost us in the neighborhood of four thousand dollars by the time it is -:g f the Re- rk-t at San street. Fri- 1-. at whkh i'"r ih ensuing ie mtetiiig will 30 p. r.i. Chai TEIilllTORY OF HAWAII TO L. K. KKXTWELL. F. W. KEUliiUE K.'LuHE. I:OI.;ki;T KELIIM'...K K..LOHE. L. K. KAPIloHO: TEH- EXTOEY I'ETKES. bv W. W. OA ELY EE STOCK BOOKS CLOSED. OAHU SUGAR CO.. LTD. ifx-K wkiss of the Oahu v.o.. liq., win be closed OF HAWAII hy E. C as Attorney GrneraL and C S. HOLU'tWAY, as Su;erSn- tendent of Public Works; COUXTF OF OAHU by G. W. i!lTH, a Chairman of the F.jard of Super visors, and to all whom it may con cern: Whereas, a rctition has beer. presnt- ea to said Court by J. O. Carter. 11. F. 1 Bishop. S. M. Damon, W. O. Smith aai A. W. Carter, trusts under the wil 'of Iiernlee P.tuahi P.ish.'p, to register man. Secy. from Juiy 11 to 15, both, dates inclusive. I to transfers .T v, Jand: finished. I thought these facts might Committee of Phvsicians of San Fran- interesting to you as also the gener- i ous committee which you have t-hp. Tv-rt of' honor to represent. tne of tne this donation. Letter from the Salvation Army acknowledging receipt of $25 and ex plaining the work of the Army. I am here in Stamford. Connecticut. taking a needed rest and hope able to start for Honolul on o be Juiy rice, 200 bags of coffee and miscel- pect that a collection of 5303 from Mrs. Wishing yon well in all your under takings, believe me to be. Yours very sincerely. GEORGE FRENCH, Colonel. . rtyjh;.HAUEn, Treasurer, Oahu Sugar Co.. Ltd. 7453 QUARTERLY MEETING. C. BREWER & COMPANY. LTD. "southeast sid at 10 o'clock l'ln 3. laneous stuff. The passenger list will J jiicLean has ere this been added to be heavv. In the steerage will be seven or eight Molokans and families returning to the Coast. IROQUOIS GOES SATURDAY. vaptain erv, V. b, JN- the new commandant of the Honolulu Station, mav arrive here on the Sibe ria, due Friday morning from the Coast Should the commandant arrive the U. S. S. Iroquois will depart the following day for Midway Island, where Lieut Carter will make surveys of the chan nel and Welles Harbor, and in addi tion make borings to determine the character of the bottom. Estimates of the cost of dred2inr the channel and harbor will then be made and submit ted to the Navy Department. The Iro- thi3 amount, making a total of Jw. Should your committee not have ex pended this amount I hope to hear from you and if you decide to leave the xpendirure of it to ray judgment I shidl inquire as to what charities need assistance when I am in San Naval Francisco and shall attend to the mat ter, With regards to yourself and the members of. the committee, I remain, Verv truly yours. '- v JAS. F. MORGAN. HEIA'JS. ( Continued tro 1.1 is one at Maalae at Wail ua, measuring 73x224 feet, with buttressed corners, which is something odd In heiau con struction. A portion of this temple was destroyed by Queen Deborah, the All members of the Maioa Golf Club an iron pin on tn I ' - V. W - v 1 VV, .-T. Ul 4 by true azimuth 216 ; SS 1210 feet, from the east corner of Fort iind Schoo. Streets tfrrmi which comer PoowadnA. Trig. Station bears by true arimutii Z$' 56' 15", and is distant iSSu.s ft-et, and a fire hydrant at the south corner fof School and Fort Streets W Z0 4L2 The regular Quarterly meeting of the fO- and running by true azimutis: stockholders of the C. BREWER &i A- fet. along L. C. A- COMPANY, LTD., vili be held at the'645, AP- - to Kahukikolo, to iron pin; office of the corporation- in Honolulu I - 6:- feet, aloujr wne tj iroc Friday, July ISth. 1&0, a. ra. . E. F. BISHOP, Secretary. Honolulu. July 6th, 7450 "MANOA GOLF CLUB. Hawaiian Relief Bureau. 424 Scott St.. San Francisco, Cab. May 21, lr-Z. Miss Felton. Representing the Associ ated Charities. San Fran?is-o, Cal. nflr ats.Itti: On behalf of the "Governor s Relief Committee of Ha- ! 4s W. 5 3 feet, alor.r L. C. A. t-".7, Ap. 2, to Keo, to corner past jf fence; 4. 41', 142.1 feet, along L. C. A. Sf'l. Ap. 3. to Keahlieie. to iron pin; 5. 112s S3'. 25.S feet, alor.if L. C. A. iZ, Ap. S, to Keo, to iron pin; 6. S63 Z'S. 71.2 feet, along the south east tide of Fort Street, to the point of deserted queen-wife of King Kumu-' are hereby notified that the club will commencement, wnwiniuy. an area nirrmiiw it. ,.i..v, v,. square i-ex. oeme a portion 01 tne alii, who was entice,? to Oahn hr TTin?- -"-.ju. vi ur auoui 1 - . ICiimehameha II and virtually c-rf as a. nrisonr. 1 It seemed a little singular to Mr, , . - - ' ...... - . j .... . 1 . . , i"'.' -i". ah cjuds asa supplies ned , a r j- 1 1 i.oiu uie 1 oca era on or before said date. WADE WARREN THAYER, Thrum that the heiau furthest away j in the Mana section had been devoted t to the Goddess of Hulas and that fur- thest away on the other side c-f the j island at Haena Point had also been ? devoted to the same goddess. j An interesting heiau is located on the Honolulu, July 3, 15'-fi. Secretary. 74S3 DIVIDEND NOTICE. CALIFORNIA SAFE DEPOSIT AND j TRUST CO.. Hi of Kahehuna. conveyed to R. Arm- tronj by Kamehamehit HI, being lot on Fort Street, Honolulu, County of Oahu. You are hereby cited to appear at th Court of Land Registration, to be held at Honolulu. Island of Oahu. on the 24th day of July, A. D. 19'.6. at one o'clock and thirty minutes ia the after noon, to show cause, if any you have, why the prayer of said petition should not be granted. And unless you appear at said Court at the time and plac waii," I herewith donate-to your use. Koloa beach and is known Kaneiolor Cor- California and Montgomery Sts., aforesaid your default will be recorded. the enclosed check for $230 to be ex- t uma. It is composed of three terraces pended as you may see fit in your good j with inner rooms or divisions varying work in San Francisco. I sincerely from 10 to 3S feet. Its rear walls are height. This temple wa3 102xlSO 1 quois will be away for about six weeks. j hope that the conditions existing here. elexen feet in thickness and eight feet now, which have shown snen rapia re- . covery since the occurrence of the calamity that lately visited this city, will soon be such, that only your reg ular work of relief will be necessary. I remain, very respectfully, JAS. F. MORGAN, Representing the Governor's Relief Committee of Hawaii. SHERIDAN AND LOGAN. The transport Sheridan from San Francisco may arrive here Thursday w afternoon or Friday morning. She is i For the six months ending June 30, 1906, dividends have been declared on the deposits in the savings department of this company as follows: On term deposits at the rate of 3 6-10 per cent. and the said petition will be taken as confessed, and you will be forever barred from cortesflng said petition or ar.y decree entered thereon. Witness. PHILIP L. WEAVER. Esq.. I Judge of said Court, this 22rd day of June, in the year nineteen hundred an. not expected to be tarrying troops, save casuals, although the vessel may have a detachment of marines for service at Peking. The transport Lo-1 Associated Charities of San Francisco tm-n left Manila for Nagasaki. Hono- -01 Geary ! in ward side. - j at lfae rate f,f 3 J'2 r ceRt- Pr annum. T ten with Seal nf said ourt. A curious heiau was that of Kukni f'Z f Jf l I yable n and afier (Seal) W. L. HOWARD, , Monday. JulV 2. 1SM5. I TfP-ylsrfrar Ql j.ualzlll BKUW.,Jlar.a?er. I 7150 June 25: July 2. 9, IS. lulu and San Frrjieisco on June 30, and may be expected here about the i'Oth. - MANNING TO KALAUFAPA. The U. S. Revenue cutter Manning shifted over from the stream to Naval ways about four feet in width within each waJL Tlia toTP.TiIss irers rf nTl tbp pVi 1 nr.? I known in the construction of teiaus- DIVIDEND NOTICE. Mr. Street, San Francisco June 1, 1306. James F. Morgan. Hawaiian Re-.'round, oblong, -square and L shaped. 424 Scott Street, i lief Committee San Francisco. Dear Sir; I wish to acknowledge the receipt of your favor of May Slst. e closing cnecit for t-f-i tor tne use or the Associated Charities. We appre-j ciate very much at this time the rec- Dotk No. 2 yesterday morning and last ognition of our work, and I will state i i -r- i to vou that today we had a meeting evening departed for Kalaupapa, tak- " - r , ... r 1 ? of our Board of Directors with the idea ing as a passenger Dr. Bnnckerhoff, of g. up C-Jr work again as an or- the Federal physician, who is to estab- ganization. In the interim we had been devoting our time as individuals to the miscellaneous calls from the Red Cross Relief Committee. Extending our sincerest thanks the Governor's Relief Committee Hawaii and to yourself, I remain, Yours respectfully. RESTORED THE K1N0. (Continued from Page 1.) a forcibly-worded document, en grossed on two sid&s of a large sheet of naper that is almost, but not quite, ' called for are added to and bear the GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY, 526 California St., San Francisco. For the half year ending June SO, 1&(6. a dividend has been declared at the rate of three and six-tenths (3 6-K'j per cent, per annum on all deposits, free from taxes, payable on and after Monday. July 2, 19y6. Dividends not lisii the Leprosarium at the Settlement. The vessel will be awav several davs. FORTUNE ON THE THOMAS. It is probable that the man most perturbed, when the transport Thomas went on the rocks near Guam, was Cap tain Moody, Paymaster, U. S. A., who had charge of $2,000,000 in specie for which he was resjonsible nntil he re turned to the government vouchers for the amount. SHIP NOTES. to of OSGOOD PUTNAM, President Associated Charities. 424 Scott St., San Francisco. Cal., May 11, 1903. as hard as parchment. A number of copies of this proclamation have been known to be in existence, but the orig inal has heretofore been lost. And. as it is in something in the nature of an island declaration of independence, this document is of the last importance in a historical sense. same rate of interest as the principal from July 1. 1(6. GEORGE TOUR NY, Secretary. 7461 NOTICE. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST CIRCUIT. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. IN PROBATE. AT CHAMBERS. In the Hatter of the Estate of Nefi. Gillespie, Ieceased. Order of Notice of Petition far Allow ance of Final Accounts and Dis charge in this Estate, On reading and filing the petition and accounts of Lily Kapule, administra trix, of Honolulu. Oahu, wherein sh asks to be allowed $203.20 and ehe charges herself with $303.20, and asks that the same may be examined and approved, and that a final order may be made of distribution of the property remaining in her hands to the persons thereto entitled, and discharging her and her sureties from all further re- Assessment No. 1. of 40 per cent., oi J iJlO per share, has been called on the sensibility as such administratrix. -tt-:.x. .v.. . capital stock of the Oahu Country! Jt 5s ordered, that Monday, the 13th ...... Club, due on July 1, 130ti. and payable ! daT of August. A. D. 1$0, at 10 o'clock printed has been found, copies m both at the oGce Q, th treasurer, 606 Stan-: a m., before the jude of sid court at Hawaiian and English being among genwald Building. I tne courtroom of the said court at Ho- the papers, with other indications that! All persons who have signiSed their jnoiuiu island of Oahu. be and the same Dr. Fred Lux, Secretary of 'the' Physi-! the act of restoration was made the intention of joining the club, but have j h,.reby is appointed as the time and occasion of solemn public rejoicing not signed the subscription list, are re- Quested to call at the office of the cian's Relief Committee. S. F.. Cab Committee of Hawaii, herewith donates "U1- .linuenntuea "J?"; to vour fund the sum of One Thousand ed everybody to be as gla as he was Capt. Miller has purchased the tng pQnars ($1000). hoping that it will, in f or be issued a proclamation tinder his own signature, of which these are the Kaena. The barkentine Klikitat, 27 days out from Port Gamble, was reported off Koko Head yesterday afternoon. The vessel is consigned to Wilder & Co. The steamer J. A. Cummins arrived from Waimanalo yesterday morning with 1000 bags of sugar which were loaded into the Alameda, The steamer returned to Wainianaio for a second load. f The schooner Lavinia arrived from1 Lavsan Island vesterdav, twenty-five a measure, tena to assist your very worthy cause. I remain, very truly yours. JAS. F. MORGAN, For the Governor's Relief Committee ' of Hawaii. J. O. YOUNG. Treasurer, Oahu Country Club. Honolulu, June 25, 1906. 7451 clace for hearing- said petition &ns accounts, and that all persons interest ed may then and there appear and fhow cause. if any they have, why the same should not be granted, and may present evidence as to who are entitled to the said property. And that notice of thi Relief Committee of Physicians of San Francisco. Lane Hospital. May 16th. 1S0S. James F. Morgan. Esq.. 424 Scott St., City. My Dear Sir: Be kind enough to ac cept on behalf of our committee, their sincere thanks for the generous dona- neaas, -uter setting lonn we o ,x THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE r,rr!r in th Kr.E-iish language, be pub- the restoration of his sovereignty: j FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER- lished in the Pacific Commercial Ad- i - l. mat none or our suojecis , j be punished by our authority for any j Virginia Johnson. Libelant, vs. Laaries ; cation to oe not uuxu iw RITORY OF HAWAII. AT vertiser, a newspaper printed and CHAMBERS. FOR DIVORCE. i published in Horulu, once a week for or by any others to the injury of our government, between the 25ih of February, 1S43, and the date hereof. "2. That all prisoners, of any de scription, from Hawaii to Niihau, be immediately discharged. "'2. All government business will be tion the Governor s "Relief Committee suspenaea tor te aays alter tnis wie. " three successive weeks, the last publi- 1. Johnson, Libeilee. Libel for Divorce. ; previous to the time therein appointed Dated at Honolulu, this Juiy. WZ. md day oX ceedings. Upon motion of libellant, Virginia jonnson, it appearing tnat on januarv r. rnurt nf tb j Sed.) J. x. i-'i- ti'Ji-i- 4, 19'6. suit was instituted herein of Hawaii so kindly presented us. I days out, bringing about fifty tons of; can assure you. sir. that sn:-h expres- gnano. apt. cciemmer came as a passenger, and be will return to the Island when the vessel makes her next trip. The various steamers of the Inter Island company's fleet were inspected sions of sympathy call forth our most earnest thanks. I beg to remain. Very truly, FRED W. LUX. M. D.. Secretary, waiian bonds. Mr. -Kountze is in yesterday by customs inspectors ior trie charge of the Omaha branch. He was purpose of ascertaining whether the this city. Dr. Nakabayashi is a Jajan- The Salvation Army, Provincial Headquarters. 523 9th Street, that all r-rsons may be fre-e to enjoy themselves in the festiA"ities appropri ate to the occasion. digued) "KAMEHAMEHA, "KEKAULUAHI. "Given at Honolnlu, Slst day of July, 1S4"." The signatures in this document ap pear under tbe provision numered one, but that is probably due to an over- ing that the bonds of matrimony be tween said libellant' and said li beilee be dissolved and that said libellant be awarded the care and custody of the minor children of libellant and libeiiee. on the grounds of desertion and neglect and refusal of said libeilee to provide suitable or other First Circuit. Attest: L. P. SCOTT. (Clerk of the Circuit Court of the First Circuit. 74S7 Ju'y 2, 10. 37. 24. BIDS FOR SUPPLIES. Hawaii Ag ricultural Experiment Station. Hono- maintenance for said libellant, and of J. ii-. June -i. i .u . the neglect and refusal of said libeilee 'supplies for the Hawaii Agricuitara. main-:iitrriiT?eiJi cw.i'-'ii 101 j-, ese physician of San Francisco. J. W. Price is the well-known aeronaut. W. S. Stewart is the big oil man of Cali fornia, who was pursued across the Pa cific by Henry Crocker and Mr. Porter of the Associated Oil Company of Cali fornia, to see that he did not get all to the standard set by the inspectors of hulls and boilers. This inspection is an annual affair. It is understood all the boats met the inspection O. K. ; Oakland. Cab. June 7. 1&06. Mr. James F. Morgan. Esq., Sin Fran Cisco. Cal. Dear Sir: Having just returned from I New York City I hasten to express to you my deep sense of appreciation for the donation to our relief fnr.d of $2500. Four sailing ships, the Astral, Arthur which you were kind enough to bring Sewaii tias and Wm. P. Frve, are on over from Honoluu as the rep re sen ta- the wao Honolulu from various parts tive of its Relief Committee, and hand - over to A dl'ira nt t-r-nnn P,-,ct n-;r j of the-wx-rld to take in sugar eargoes Financ5al Se;retar-. in mv absence. I si i s-b t the prospective sales supposed to await . for Delaware Breakwater. Ihey can their eoming in Japan. Mr. Porter has tate 3way about 22,000 tons of sugar, alreadv ret dirtied home. Alden Swift is j jn or jer to reserve this amount f c-r of the famous Swift family of meat- these vessels, some vessels now in the packing fame. N. Fost is the Austrian ; fcarbor acd ready to take in full car- shall be glad to have you convey to your committee the sincerest thanks, not only of myself but of the thousands br.T, t rv.-. : ranted: and our attention xii aTolC'gv signed ty THE EDITOR APOLOGIZED. The Manila Cablenews of April 11 had a reference to the British Consul at Manila, which we quoted in a para graph on the 17th. The reference was to the effect that the Consul had then been away six months; that his return was improbable: that the Vice Consul was likely to succeed him; and it was suggested that the Consul did not en joy "the entire approval of his '-more sedate countrymen." It appears that these comments were entirely unwar- to provide suitable or tenance for said children. And it further appearing that sum. rrsrcs herein has been returned un served, the serving officer being unable to find said libeilee within this juris diction, and that more than six months ending June SO, 1?07. wid be receive! for water pipe, corrugated iron, tank and lumber, all to be delivered at ths eSice of the station, bead of Pensacolt. street, Honolulu, or. or before October 31. 1K. all complete and in good con- have elapsed since the bringing of this Q'n: ino.-.u , L ' . that. said libellant has been Hzi. Riwra . -t- -- ascertain either the address :pe: four hundred spl,t rwcl .enc sts; four thotisin-a ieei . x24 ; twelve t--:. .i-giu?T ft. ieprths: .r.e thirty -inch ta suit, and unable to or residence of said lebel'ee af sonable and du inquiry and made within said six months, It is ordered that notice pendency of these proceedings be given said libeilee bv the publication of this - 1 -.i- t t't l.. A at . ..... . . .... i i . r f. wiLi l-p receive a o:i f i--- -- ter rea-1 1" t-ca vr-r-i 'f-alvanized corrus-ited iron. .!r,. fvrtv thousand-gallon redwood k; two sixty trrousano-ga-i r. 2-inch redwood tanks; four five thou- nd-gail.-'n 2-inch r'wi tanhjs. .Consul in the Far East, en route tome. K. Yoshimi is a Japanese merchant of Boston, accompanied by his wife, a European. The Nippon Mam encountered heavy head .winds the first few days out from Yokohama. CAPTAIN IN QUANDARY. By posting a reward of $20 for the apprehension of a deserter from his steamship, the goes, will get only partial cargoes. Tbe Gerard C Tobey will get only 25.000 bags. The bark Mohican will await de velopments. In a month or six weeks the sugar season will be closed. Maui's is about closed. Ksuai's is nearing the end and so is Hawaii's. ' . A rented house never seems like home. The best citizens are owners i of homes. Ownership creates pnae oi is a pleasure in itself. the Call a oiace and ivirkneia, a."" Trent & Co 9SS Fort street, and vi norn i nave tr.e nor or to retie and who are the benefactors of your : drawn tc a public committee's generosity. I Freacrivk O'Brien. This donation T mav eat- in ! Cablenews. He is all the more appreciated from the ' fact that we have not as yet been able io obtain any f.na:.-i:U aid from the National Relief Committee in San Francisco, and seeing that the Salva- . tion Army is made up of poor people ; and that we have been carrving on extensive relief work ever since the ' day of the calamity, it has made A. Blom has just received many it rather trying for us. Ample pro- j handsome new goods. Among them are visions, however. I should say have ladies' and children's hosiery, ladles' been forthcoming, still, as you will white lisle gloves, dainty spotted nets vertiser, a newspaper published in Ho nolulu, within said circuit, six times as whole np to - p- editor or tne deeply regrets and heartily deplores the article, and s -lifts the blame as follows: "It was insert ed through the ignorance of the as sistant left in chirge. and who was an Englishman": In the Consul's place we would regard this as an extra piece cf impudence- Hongkong: Daily Press. 1J. 12. 13, appear L4. 1'6 be follows: July ? and that said libeilee such 1adge of this court as shal sitting at chambers in the court room at Honolulu, af. -repaid, r.n r before Au- a ... lililia-T's T-.i ! 3 r.r r-r.-rr- ia!yt :n nd in defiUlt the ::.:S'Jlr:" h,, ani apartment L j I -i.'v- v-J . . c- adjudication of the re. July 21. l5'.-5. on which maj- be ottair.-o t Bids must be subrbittej in eea!- b'ed envelops mrkeJ "Proposals fr ' u'pl;-s. Haw an .xr-ersmerv .-,...... Th"e right is reserved to reject any or bids. JARED i. -il". i.rri:-- 1 D;-burF;r.g Agent, t--. of Agriculture. T4i office. rar- pectal t b readily understand on an occasion like :rA wl unen belts. Visit the new , British flag, Captain Watson yester- iearn bow to easily secure a home. this it calls for the expenditure of con- stc.re in Model block. Witness my hand at Honolulu this 7th dav of July. l&rZ. (Sgd.") W. J. ROBINSON'. Srd Judge of said Court. Attest a true copy: gd.) M. T. SIMONTON. Clerk. 74CS July 9, 15, 11, 12, 13. 14. HAWAII EXPERIMENT STATION. Honolulu, T. H., Jun- 2Z, IV'. Eiis will be receive! until 2 p. m. July 14. 2tfS. on certain repairs and addltioivs t residences Nos. 1, 2 and 3 at the Sta- ?-.r, Crrf-fiScatior a and form! may b ! obtained on application. JARED G. SMITH, Special Agent in Charge. T4;i ! i -i ;5 i t .-t - 'U zt exit ry 3a.a i vstem- Hid. l M. I . , 3fhc?.