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HAWAII, TtJKSDAV, OCTOWlk 25, 190,1
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TUKSDAY, OCTOIIHR 25, 1904.
THE LIBRARY'S NEEDS.
For Hi! ill, I'lirilislicil. (,iiiiuissioii(Ms Suli1
J, CASTI.H RlliOWAV
I). W. Maksii llusiness Manager.
Next to the home and church, -riir Nnwalu cottage mi School street,
tin school and public library have containing i rooiuiuml bath.
-. done more lor the intellectual nil- 49-4 R1DGWAV & KIDGWAV.
Imteudntthe Pnstoluce ut lllln. lln. vanci tnent of our people than any 1 Tax JS'olicC.
wnll, as second-class matter other institution. The moral and ' J
:ii kvmhv TIIHSOAY. cicMiuuK iiiumim ..... ,...... . 'fa pavers are hetcbv notified that
PMitor I'hrnty Is f.ir reaching, and pel- ,,ril,.ftv taxes, income tnxcsuud tnxeson
mentis tlie Home, tlie scuuoi nun i veniciesnre now line nun pnyuiiie nt tlie
the church. There can he no sub- loiliccsnf my Deputies on this Island, ami
stantial culture and eduration of!'"''1 u" P cent, will be added to all
.. , t taxes tun pain
the masses without , the aid of a .. .
, public lihraiy. N. C. WILLPONG.
1 The trustees of the HIlo Library Assessor.! Taxation Division.
may be congratulated upon the "llo, Hnwull, Oct. 15, 1904.
splendid achievement of that iusti- Z, T.
itiitimi. TltM linve iv imse Iisli ' "nvi.,
1 ' , , 1
..IT.. .. .....I ft....1 at nf etllrll ll.l.lt
cum I mill mitnwii) l' "" All iK.rs.nwnr.. nnl
ill' ccitnlit 'lrcis..r parrels ..f Imii.I wltinttc 3 All tlmt i-ciluiti Irnrl ir panel ..f
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' tt I II II ll I It I'lllllHI lillllli. uif ..Hf, m-trt. nml Ihiiiu lliu iii,. ,., vt..iiil. I...... 1..1 1 ..
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CHARLKS WARRKN PA1R1IANKS
l'OK DKI.ACsTIt TO COSORKSS:
JONAH Kt'lllO KALANIANAOLIC
JOHN T. 1IROWN
GP.ORGK 0. IIKWITT
V. II. SHIPMAN
J AMI'S D. LP.WIS
CARL S. SMITH
ANTON P. PKRNANDHZ
tun ncii'i. 1 lull' nr lev,, nml Im-iiio lln-
nml .Vj?i Llillil CoinilliSioil Awnril No. nri'inUcK iIi...tII..,I in li.ivnl l,...,,
Toj;Hlirr Willi All the Slock, Cuttle, 7991 to I'linl. ((.nnil) No. J99O to Kiinimi.
Ilorws, Donkf, I'ijjs, 1 to., nml the 17 All Hint certain piice or txircil of 4. All tlmt ccrtnin trnct or pnrcel i.f
llninil nml llrnmliiiK Irons, linllclin', l.iml situate nt hiiIiI Okoe :, oontiiiiiiii); 1111 1 f ml .itii lie nt vi,iil Kolo, contiiiiiiii); 1111
AKtlenltiirril Tools mill luipteitieiits, iiiren of 6 nctcs, nml hehiK the smie prein- nteii of i& ncies, nml Ik-Iiij; tile siimu
D.iiry l'ixins. Iliililenientsnnill'niii. isesilescrilieil In Rojnl I'.tleiil No. 79.W. premises thai were Kliinteil to the s.iii .
pherniillii, I'lirnilurt. nml All Othei I.nml Commission Awnril No. 7915 to M. AIonsiirr.it on the vth 1l.1v of Jul,
O.oods nml Chittels DtHin nml Used 1 Kill. l8i)i.liv Roynl P.itellt (C'.rnnl) No. 3607.
in the Mnjojin.'lit of S.iiil Premises, S. All those two certnin pieces or I Touether with nil the stock, rnllli ,
Situate in the District of South Konn, imrccl of land situnte nl sniil Knlihi, horMs, donkeys, jiis, etc , nml the liraim
Isl-nil of Hnwnii, Territory of lln- icontninliiK mi nren of 9 .lo-iooneres, nml nml hrnmliiiK irons, lmililiiifs, nKricul
wnll. 'heliij: the same premises ilescrilicd in tur.il tools nml Implements, dnirv fixlii4.
I'nrr.nmil In .leeree mnile hv the ' Roynl I'nlellt (Cirnnt) No. !.lf)7 to ('.. R ' inmlcinellts.il.il tr.irniihcriinlln. fnriilliiiH.
or heforclhc islh oflllononihle W.'j. Rohinson. Tliird jmlt;e R"ss' nml nil other yyimU nnd ch.ilteN upon
1 of the Circuit Court of the Pirstjuilici.il, '9' All that certnin piece or pireel of nml used in the eiijovinc.it of the afore-
Circuit, Island orOnliu, Territory ol lln- "' iumi: m inn wkik. eoiiiKiiinif; s.1111 premises coereil Dv the inortKiiue r
wnll, filed on the 19th day of September, ! men of 3 70 neres, nnd belli); the same . the ilrfendnnt, W. C. Achi, said stock.
A. D., 1904. mid to the further order, filed 'premises that were awarded to Unlim-1 elc, heiiiK described in the nforesnl.l
. ... ..,.. . 11 . m 1.. Lnl.Ti1 In 1 mill (nti.MiIuflt.iii Ai.n.l N!n I r..l,
.I 1 1 on me isi nny 01 vicioocr, a. w.i 19114,111 ...... ..j ........ . .,--.... ............. ,m,KKi: . lulmv
'! mi ncthTn entitled "II. Hnckfeld & Coin 793"- , ,,.,, , , , "ToKelher with the slock now upon all
pnnv, Limited (11 corporation), plnintilT, Lease Kiven by Kaliikiua mill I.ui the nfore.e,rmiled premises nml heretofoie
' ' t.. .. . .. .. , ..... ft... Alrl.1l1..1l.l,ll.ul.l f l Mi.ll. I....I 1. 1 1 I I... ., .
vs, V. (-. Acllt, Kiipioimu I'.sinie, i.iui- ... ..v ... j. .............. ..m ... .. iihi mm i-niivc)cu ny me said 1, ji.
tip n ntiiilic nnrary 01 wmcii me of j,enllll tllr,. ,, h,
1 town "may be proud. Besides a rnt pniMiu in the various warehouses ami
.varied assortment of popular fiction, ,n the wlumcs in into. The poi
1 l.ictorv nnd travel, the bibrn'rv C0I1- ' "nl I,lnre, in "l,c" l'V", but ill holes.
' ' ' '
" iu'd, V." R. Cnstleand j. M. Monsarrnt, one-fifth interest in Roynl P.iteul (Orant) 1 Monsarrnt to siid W. C. Achi, us herein
ifi...l it.ni Hi.. n,,.i defendnnls," pelltinn lor foreclosure of No. 3037, nt Knlihi, In siid District of nUer stated, which stock is branded
ifitd that tin. Hoard Morl (VJuhs. Division. No. 1 399). "'ll! K"J. nm i6Sh acre ... dated . .
oiricers,areplnciuK ,1L. umicrMi-ned, us Commissioner, duly M,irch 31. iS.sS. and recorded in thcolfice . I
-sand, appointed, will m-11 nt public auction, to .i joe viu ueKiMrar, 111 i.iocr noon
son is the highest mid best bidder, subjeel to ' folio 167, for the leiin of l.fUeu yeirs
, , confirinntioiiofsnld Court, on SATI'R. I from April 2, 1.H8S. nt nil 11111111.il rental
mv Till) .veil IIAV CV KOVRJI. in u. 1
I Ti.t. ....iiMU 1.. ..1 ..1....1....1.. r.. .1... ... ... i n. t .. : 1....1.... ..1....1.. ........ 1 nn.l r.tiiaiuti. ntiti-f.viit,ni..1 .r r..... 1.....
. . . .1 ..1.t.1 .,. . 1111 niuii-c 11 ki-" isiiiiKiiiuiiy .or me nifu A II tn. nl 11 n'rliir.1: noon 01 " i.vhv uhl-.i uy uil- vi'iiiiiii-viiiiiiii- 1 ...-..... ..,,.. ...,.... ,t., , ,,,u, ,luu.
tains mail rare anil a name Utxn.riU( ow,,,,,, dos that are nllowed said day. at the Iront (nmuka) entrnnce f'fCn.w.i I amis to the s.ii.1 J M. Mon- ' red Iichi 1 i.r cattle s nearly hs can be
Oil tlte Hawaiiap Mauds, especially i to ,,, ,r,se of the Judiciary HuUiUn. In Honolulu, "'irrat of the Ahumm.i of Hououmlino. ,L',i "-' "I I r" ' "tely forty bead of
. , ..... e i1"1"""" c- t1i..1 .,r 1 idni Territory of Hnwaii. the i.Vwo acres, more or less, dated J inuarv 1, nores, ns nenrly ns can be asceitu hied;
With reference to their history, for- DR. C. I.. STOW, ., in the mlfie of Mi.- lnnkcjs .plus, etc.; and In addition
t i n.t rn.il,. tw.ir fmmn. .J Chief Health Officer. ,l""mn" Kaid Registrar, ill I.iber l. folio 164. thedo. nil the increase thereof and hiiv
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DECLARE OUR WANTS.
The ciiiens of Hilo should not bir(.Si voca0es and peoplea as well
be slow to decline our eeus as ,iu. ,.nriv missionary work here.
Delegate Kuhio at the Hoard of T,)C h)jc iji,rnry is a worthy
cause which should appeal to the
'Pinilii liieetiuir Prtday nmnt at
l-'ireman's Hall. The Delegate
shows iTie propir spirit when he
.seeks to learn at first hand the
wants of Ililo and the bin island.
The Hoard of trade is preparing,
ati for use of the Delegate, which
he may be called upon by Congress
to furnish at any moment when
asked for reasons for local legisla
Among some of the things tie- razo, a PoritiKue&e young man, 23 y
landing immediate attention and of aKe, residing at P.ihnl.. atteinped
public spirit of every citizen and
which demands financial assistance
to be longer maintained as a public
Pulsed n Money Order.
t'ucle Sum is very rigid in thejiro
lection of its postal service and when
anyone uimiiers wiih the mulls or nnv of j
methods of its operation, lie must sutler 1
I to I
C. Akai, merch tut. l-ront street, Ililo,
having executed it deed of assignment to
the undersigned for the benefit of his
creditors, notice is hereby given to nil
those indebted to the said C. Akni to
1 mr 1 in irrm fii niifiMi vitit. irtiiM iitiii 11 1 ( -iwi. i nr iirif.uirr 11111 iithiii
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1. All Hint certnin unci or parcel 01 ),, nnmni vMn of fjos "".l premises iluriug tlie existence or this
land known ns the Aluipimn of Papa a., 22. Lease given by C N. Spencer, mortgage; nnd the brand nml branding
situate in the District of South K(i'i Minister of the Interior, to the snidj. M. irul,s buildings, agricultural tools mi. I
Island ol Hawaii, one of the said Hn. Monsarrat of certain Government lands Implements, dairy fixings, implements
waiiall Mauds, containing nil area ol , t..jIU, i,ctut.,. ti,c H1j,i Ahnnua.is of P.ipi ""' piinphemidin, furniture, nml all
and Hououinliiiu, mt:: from 600 to 1S011 "ther goods mid chattels upon and used
acres, dated August 19, 1S91, for the term In the enjoyment of the afore-granted
ni iiiieen j cars iroiu oaie, ai mi uuu.iui ......-..
3Voncres, more or less, nml oeing ine
s line nremises that were granted to the
MiiilJ. M. Mousatrnl on the S:h day of
September, 1891, by Patent (Giant) No. rental if so.
373. uNeemiug ami renrrvniK, " vi, 2, Lease given
Thkms oi- SM'.: Cnsh. in ITi.ni
Kit'iiininn Kelii- States Gold Coin; deed nt cxikjiis of
...l.u r..-t1....iil. .....1 ..ti .I...... ilu.ri.it. im nil 11. ill tinrtlnti ol siinireiu t...i 1 i.i t m m ..r t i iiiiri'.i...f.r
ill, 1.1. n j mint nriiiiniiiii 1, nil nil fciiti'.L ..-... ................ ,--.- ,- r.llllliilllvtlilJ.t,l..,l,ll...I.t.l III lilllll --.--..---...
who may have claims to present same ises consisting of 20.1 ac.es that "ic"."" nt said Anapuka. part of Roxnl Patent 'r further particulars apylylo Messrs.
.........I I.. 1. ll.tMliliiilla III.. 111. snt.l I. ill. 11. .. V... .. .(..! . .r 17.11.,..,. T ... M ...nl..... V. I ... ...
.liilv -..rifl...l 1,1 it.,. in,,lruii,...l lil,l. -.'sii ...""' -j - yiirniiii u. 319. eoiuniiiiug nil nie.i 01 ..;. "--. ..iiniiiiii i. v.injjicr,uiioriiea
dlilj Ntrifiul to lit uudersigmd within, Moll8lrrillt i,y deed dated August. ...1895. acrL.St ,,,,,,.,, Jnliuarv 9 97. and re- , 'r pl.iii.tiir. at tl.eirollice: rooms 302.305
thirty days from date hereof. nd recorded in the ofiiceof the Registrar 1 wir,ic,i i the olTice of the said Regislrnr, J'"l Hnlldiiig, Honolulu, or to the under-
C. CASTHNDYU. of ConveyHnccs in said Honolulu, in n Ubtr 1G9 on Wios 20-1, for the term "igned, at his office in the Judicmrv llutlil-
Hilo, Hnwnii, Oct. 17, 1904. 51-4
, the consequences, Prni'cisco M.
,n ,1.1, ttir
hi. in... ..h - - ,.....,.... nn ai... e.
. , . , , ... .... .i,,,l,1 t,-1 raise 11 1 osi uHieciiiuiicj iiiuci in.ui wnc
for which legislation should he , , ,,.. ..
pressed at the next session ol Con
gress, are the following:
Federal building. '
Lighthouses for Hawaii.
Revision of Land Laws
' Ihc increased amount. Uy the wonder-
I ful system of checking in the Auditor's
1 Office at Washington, D. C. the forgery
I was detected nnd Postal Inspector Hare
started out to find the culprit. He had
Governor Carter has prepared no difficulty in locating his man who
...i ...,4!o,;c mrrnnlitiiT im had subsequently removed with his
111:111. ;iini iLa.iniik.i . v .. ' -
....... . - V.
Notice is hereby given that Alt Chee,
doing business on 1'rout street, Hilo, ns a
merchant under the firm name of Rone
cape detection by the postmaster at ,ck . uw mi a wlulUry ..jj,,,.
Pallida, who cashed the money order for . ,....,...,.,, for .,.,, ,M.,u,fi.
dollar to twelve dollars. The alteration
of the writing was so'well done as to es. I
nrovements to Honolulu uaroor,
' father's familv to Mountain View. The
young man confessed to the alteration
which he has just torw.-m.oi 10 im a(, pcll(lil1j, flclion by llle pederul grnud
Chairman of the committee on j,,,. narrH7o was directed to report daih
Rivers and Harbors of the Housi to the postmaster at Mountain View. He
o be included in his estimates of promptly indicted by the grand jury
. . ,-. , , ir..i.;r last week, nnd Marshal IJ. R. Hendry
appropriations. Delegate kuhio ( mwle n hurHnl trJpto Hlo on Thurg(ny
inquiry is for a like purpose and Jo nrrcst the offelM,eri who wiu llow
should receive a prompt and heart 4 imve to j,t.,mi lrjai.
response from the people of Hilo. -
1 j IteleKiile Asks for Data.
Tin Territorial Democratic partv , The Hoard of Trade has been advised
declare in their platform for an in- y Geo. n. McClellan. private secretary
r.i .,.,..,. to Delegate Kuhio, that they plan lobe
crease in the rate of the income tax, M IiloKon )lcxl whicly fter the
a system of taxation long since (lis- Det.KlUe lms completed his tour of Maui,
carded in the United States, which Secretary McClellan indicates that the
originated through Stress of civil parly will probably remain in Hilo for
war and was repealed hv a Repub- -ver.il days, and during their stay the
. o . " 'im. i) Delegate desires to lie informed as to
bean Congress in 18,1. I lie Re , facu re(,ardiu, lUe ,)reakwalerl
publican party is lrievocably op- jfe,,eril, Juu,p.B and .my other matters
posed to such methods of taxation, of legislation which should be pressed at
Washington during the next session of
Tin? workingman today, who Congress. President Holmes has called
does his own thinking, has thi , a general meeting of the Hoard of Trade
proof presented to him that it is to I f(,r Fireman's Hall, when it is hoped a
1 ' . , ,1.11 large gathering of those interested may
liisbosl interests to stand by the V Alreai,y he is preparing
platform and principles of the Re- (iata for the use of the Delegate.
Liber 154011 lollos 314-310. of thirty-five years from date, tit nn nn
2. All that certain piece or parcel 01 , m,.,i tenXn f;o.
land situate hi Anapuka, in said District 2 caM, KjVCI
ol hmiui koiiii, nun
cribed ns follows:
I,,- I V t-,,l,..l.M I
bounded nnd des. to the t till J. M. Monsnrr.it of land nt '
Itt.ll.l Milnlli. Pnv.il I'll, ..it IClt-inll Vn
Coniiuencing nt the Nortll-I?.ist cornet j i02i containing 1111 nren of 1 17.5 acres. ,
of this piece of hind nt 11 pile of stones on 1 ,late,i March 12, 1897. nnd recorded in 1
Hip nmUnl eilee ol lie Lioverniiieiu rn.iu ,1,,. ,,n,r.. .f il.n sniil !.;, Ur,tr i I II... i
:" :" - .. , . .. ,... 1 .- " .-. ..- , ... .....v..
ing, nt Honolulu, nfoiesnid.
M. T. SIMONTON,
Dited: Honolulu, Oalm, T. II.,
51-4 October 11, A. I). 1904.
publican patty, which insures to
citizen labor continued employment
and a fair day's wage for a fair day's
The Hulii Interfered.
Miss D. Sumner and Miss Venable pro.
moled what promised to be a very
successful bathing nml boating party
, , r tt..i..i.. ' Wednesday afternoon and evening. I'ully
Tin-' last mail from Honolulu 1 , , ,. , .. 1
nn. i..ni tvA dozen ladies ami gentlciiien were in
brought to a number of Republican l lUtM(l!Ulccn1(1 arter a refresi,ilu. ,iip
voters in Hilo a copv of the Demo supper wns had "picnic" fashion. The
erotic platfuriu, containing many only feature to mar the entire success of
ularin" inconsistencies to a repub the alTair was the failure of the moon to
,. 7 r , , ,,,,, ' shine, which rather dispelled the rom
bean form of government, which 'of ihe AmouK lhMe
are mere catch penny arguments to 1 ,JrCM.nl wcre: Mesdames J. T. Lewis,
deceive Republican voters. Rodeuberg, Gere; Misses Sumner, Ven-
able, Scott, Thayer, Gertrude Thayer,
liPSiNl'.SS failures, low price of prjmeroy, Harriet Hnpal, Messrs. G. N.
labor and general depression of the Day, T.C. Ridgway, G. H. Gere, H. L.
country has always attended the ;J--mMl'J-7 Uw'r ,)r M
.,.... . . Wachs, S. Grace, Rohrig and Rice.
rise of the Democratic party to 2
power in the United States, and the I'nrk Hoard's Klrst Act.
laboring man will consider well be- The Mooheau I'ark Commission was
fine he votes for men who proless appointed by Governor Carter last week,
, . . as follows: I?. I?. Richards. Chairman;
ch Principles. J(. 'Turner. Dr. J. Holland and Mooheau
,. iu .. ..c.ilnir.,, tlmt ilu. Admiral Geo. C. Heckley. The first act
of the newly nppointed Park Hoard wns
in ilpsiiMi.ilc tbe location of the oroiiosed
failing in professional courtesy as Moo)lt.nu Iai i,ich they did nfter'
in the rudimentary principles of the rareful consideration Priday afiernoon.
name, when they claim the privi- The pavilion will be constructed nearly
in tlie center 01 me mrx, uiiowitigampie
room for baseball and children's play
ground 011 either side. Contractor
P.ricksou has alreac'y commenced pre-
Honolulu Chess Club are as sadly
lege under the rules of recalling
moves several moves back.
of his creditors. The creditors of said
All Chee are hereby requested to fill- theit
claims with the undersigned, and nu
and nil persons indebted to the siid Ah
Chee are requested to call and pay the
same at once All claims against Ah
Chee must lie certified.
Assignee of Ah Chee.
Hilo, Oct. 18, 1904. 52-3
Proposals will be received at the office
of the Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 o'clock m. of October 31, 1904.
for constructing an Armory at Hilo, Ha
Revised plans and specifications are on
file at the office of the Assistant Superin
tendent of Public Works, and with I?. P..
Richards, Agent for Public Works, Ililo,
Hawaii, copies of which will be furnished
intending bidders 011 receipt of 5.00,
which sum will be returned intending
bidder after he has deposited his bid and
returned the plans and specifications.
Proposals must be submitted 011 the
blank forms, which will be furnished by
the Assistant (Superintendent of Public
Works ami I. I?. Richards, and enclosed
in a sealed envelope addressed to Hon.
C. S. Holloway, Superintendent of Public
Works, Honolulu, T. II., endorsed "Pro
posal for Hilo Armory."
Kach proposal must contain the full
rame of the party or parties making the
same ami nil persons interested therein
nml must be accompanied by n certified
check of 5 of the amount of the pro.
posal, payable to C. S. Hollow uy, Super
intendent of Public Works, as surely that
If the proposal be accepted 11 contract
will be entered into.
No proposal will be entertained unless
made on the blanks furnished by the
Assistant Superintendent of Public
Works, and IC. Iv. Richards, and delivered
at the office of the Superintendent of
Public Works, previous to 12 o'clock in.
011 the day specified.
The Superintendent reserves the right
to reject any or all bids.
C. S. HOLLO WAV,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, T. II. , Oct. 18, 190. 52.3
The Old Reliable Stand is
on the boundary of Papa 2 and Anapuka,
1. S. 8913' V. True 613 S feet along
Papa 2 to pile of stones.
2. S 73 50' W. True 303 feet along
same to pile ol stones,
169 on folios 82-3, for the term of twentv !
vears from date, nt nn nnniial rental
Together with nil the stock, cattle,
horses, donkeys, pigs, etc., nnd the brand
,11ml branding irons, buildings, ngricul-
.. . . ... ... 1 ... .., 1 fr 'i ."-
3. S. 3V 40 w. irue 79J uei niiuix , ll)ral tos aIi implements, ,1 lirv filings,
Government land 111 Anapuka. implement' and pirnphernalia, furniture,
4- S. 83 55' K. T"'e f,9 feet "long , nm n ol llt.r ,,00(is mi ci,atll.iH ,,
Hoopulon, Grant 273S to Keliikuli. a,i llst.,i ii1L. enjoyment of the afore-
5. S.81'45' K. True 396 feel t "m Um"d nrcmiscsiii covend hv the mortLaee
Government road; thence I of the defendant, W. C. Achi. said stock.
etc., being described in the aforesaid '
6. N. s .to' W. True 955 feet ulong
old Government road to initial point.
Area 23 acres, nnd being a portion of the
Meals Cooked to Order
mortgage ns follows'
"l.ogellter wttli tlie
stock now upon
premises described in Roynl 1 nteul j ti,c nfore-granted premises ami heretofore
(Grant) No. 3199 to Keliikuli. Isold and coueycd by the said J. M.
3. The undivided interest nnd share I Monsarrat to said W. CVAchi, as herein
of the said W. C. Achi, being an uiidi- nr,er MatKlt wi,ic, stock is rmit.,i
viiled one tltousaim ncres 111 nn mm tci-
situate in I
jtain tract or parcel of land
Hoopuloa in said District of S
and being the same premises more par
ticularly described in Royal Patent No
HILO BAKERY RESTAURANT
Open Till Midnight.
AM mMmm m-Q
27 8 to Kelilkeli
4. All the right, title nnd interest of nnd consists nppn
i... ..,m w rv , M.I i nnd to that ccr'niii ' drcd head of catl
piece or parcel of land situate at Milolii, ascertained; approximately forty head of
in said District of South Kona. containing
nnd consists approximately of four bun-
le, as nearly as can be
an aren of 4 3-10 acres, and being tut
same premises described in Royal Patent
No. 4263, Laud Commission Award No.
9877 to Kalioi
horses, ns tienrlv ns cm be ncertniued:
donkeys, pigs, etc.; nnd in addition
thereto, nil the increase thereof, and uny
mid nil Mock to be here.ilter put upon
said premises during the existence of this
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s. All tnat certain piece or parcel 01 "h,ks. .....1 ...t i........ mm i-immu
land situate at Omokaa, in said District I irons, buildings, agricultural tools nml
or South Kona, containing an area of ' implements, dairy fixings, implements
4 40-100 ncres, and being the same prein- mid paraphernalia, furnitute, and all
ises described in Roynl Patent No. 3966, other goods mid chattels upon and used
Land Commission Awanl No. 8059 to 1 m the enjoyment of the nfore-grunled
Nniwi. i premises."
6. All the right, title and interest of II.
the said W.C. Achi ui nnd to that certain ,, A tllat cer,ain tMCli k.ce ,)r
piece or parcel of laud situate at saul 1 parccl of lml(, sUlaU. n tiIL. saj(l ij,slrict
Omokaa, containing an area oi 56, acres. 1 of SolUll ,. j.IOW ns tlle Abupuna ol
and being the sanie prcinises described in I ou.bllloali u containing nn nren of
Royal Patent (Grant) No. 156810 Kiekie I ,j76 acres, more or les, and being the
7. All the right, title nnd interest ol , saim. pri.scs described 111 Rowd Patent
tlie said W. C. achi in ami 10 museier- Lorain) No. 3396 to Kalama Kai
tain tracts, pieces or parcels 01 iuiiu u-, Kaumuloa, wife of Kaumuloa.
uate nt saul uinoKaa, uiuueij'. nut.
containing an area of 37.25 acres and des
cribed in Royal Patent (Grant) No. 3079
2. All Hint certain piece or paicel of
laud situate in Olelomoaiia 2, in said
1 District of South Kona, containing an
to Kiekie. Tract containing an area of , nren ,)f l6 , ncrc.Si M1(, ) lh(.
60.5 acres ami iiescrineu in Koy.u i.hlih sanle ,)reiises that were granted to the
(Grant) No 3039 to Kiekie. 1 lece con- nM moitKnKec ,, tile oli, ,1,,.. f jullL.
3 W ns
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r W a
E. n! HOLMES I
Razors honed, Scissors mid all edged ' :894, by Patent (Grant) No. 3712
taming nn area of 3 20 ncres nml lies- ' ,892, ly Koynl Patent (Grant) No. 3601. fVW9WW9 9 V if I
cribed in Laud Commission Award No. v J v FrrFwrrrrrwTWi
S254 H. to Kiekie. Piece containing an I
area of 4.80 ncres nnd described in Royal )
Patent No. 5133, Land Commission Award ,
No. 1 1004 to Wao.
8. All the fight, title and interest of '
the said W. C. Achi in and to tlmt certain ,
tract or parcel of land situate at Kahhi, I
in said District of South Kona, contain ,
ing an nrea of 264 acres, nnd being the
same premises described in Roynl Patent
(Grant) No. 3037 to J. Kuidinu.
9. All the right, title nnd interest of
the saiil W. C. Achi in nnd to all that , I
piece or pireel of land situate nt said
Kalihi, coutnining nn nren of 57.100 of
nil ncre, and being Apanu 2 of Royal
Patent (Grant) No. 1573 to J. Kunhau.
10. All that certain piece or parcel of I
laud situate at said Knlihi, containing an
area of 39 acres, and being Apaua I, of
Royal Patent (Grant) No. 1573 to J. '
11. All that certain piece or parcel of
laud situate in Hououmlino, in said Dis-,
trict of South Kona, containing an area '
of s'i acres, and being Apinn 2 of Roynl
Patent No. 5096, Land Commission Award ,
No. 8.U2 to Kenwekoloua.
1 12. All those two certain tracts or par-'
1 eels ol land situate nt Okoe, in said Dis
1 trict of South Kona, containing in all an
' area of 209 acres, and being the sum
premises that were uraiitid to the said J ,
M. Monsarrat 011 the 2ist day ol August,
tools perfectly ground. Satisfac
Somr of Sheriff Andrews' fiieuds
are unkind enmiRli to say that the
Police Department never would umsonry work
have caught Ililo's prize chicken
thief, unless the latter had written
where he could he found.
partitions for immeilinte work 011 the '
building ami has broken ground for the
First I'oreltrn t'liurcli.
Sabbath, Oct. 30, 190411 n. in., "The
Lord opened the eyes of the young man,
and he saw." 2 K. (1:17. 7:30 p. m.,
"Israel sighed by reason ofthe bondage."
The benevolent collection on Sabbath
Till'. Democratic party asks to he
iiiflin.,1 lv the future and not by its
, .' ... 1 ..,, 1... :,. morning will go to assist the Hawaiian 1 J
past, by its piouuses and not ! Us n,mr,, ;, the special elfoit to li.piidiite A
perfo malices. ( us dent,
The Largest Importers of
Also, Dealers in Dates, Oranges,
Apples, Lemons, Limes, Potatoes,
Onions and All Kinds of Nuts.
L. C. SRESOVldH CO.
San Prancisco. - California
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M. All tliose two certain tracts or par '
eels of laud situate in Okoe 2, in said
District of South Komi, containing in nil
an aren of 77 '5 acres, and being the same
premises described in Royal Patent
(Grant) No. 1461 to Kekapa.
14. All the right, title nnd interest of
the said W. C. Achi in and to those two'
certain tracts or parcels of laud situate at
Okoe i in said District of South Komi, 1
coutnining an area of 100 acres, ami be
ing the same premises described in Royal
Patent (Grant) No. 1577 to Iluniekii.
15. All that certain piece or paicel ol
laud situate in said Okoe, containing an
area of 6 acres, more or less, and being the
same premises described in Royal Patent 1
No. 38S9, Land Commission Award No.
7931 to Kanumoaua.
16. All the right, title mid inteiest of ,
the said W. C, Achi in mid to those two1
Importer mid Dealer in American and Foreign
J)ry Goods and (-irocorics
lioots and Shoes
Hats and Caps
Ladies' and Men's Underwear
Hardware, Paints and Oils
Flour, Feed and Hay
High-Class Furniture mid
Crockery and Glassware
House Furnishing Goods
Hugs, Matting una
"Wagons and Carriages
E. N. HOLflES
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