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THE EVENING UULLb. UN: HONOLULU, II. I., HATU11UAY, FEBRUARY 3, 11)00.
A.Ii.O.Atk!iini nml Albert K. JulI,Jr.)
Count" l ' 1VS t I aw.
Offlco ov -r Him. -i i I1""!, cor.
Kaaliumaini "' M rvlw lit xtrtots.
T. JttoOAM'S STEWART,
Oouupollor at I jaw.
nitre HIwl,opp.iilto embolic Churoh
Fort street, Honolulu, II. I.
ai2 Tclephono 1122
R D. SILLIMAN.
308 Jucld Building. Telephone 21 3.
CHARLES F. PETERSON'
Attorney at Ijaw and
.1. M. KANEAIOJA,
Attorney and Counsellor at
Office: In the Occidental Hotel,
corner of King nml Alnkea Streets,
ft. 0. Awn. Enoch Johnson.
Attornoys and Counselors
Oiflco No. 10 West King streot.
F. M. BROOKS.
Attorney at Law
Shekels Building, Fort Street,
B. A. MOTT-SMITH,
HAS MOVED to the Judd
Block, Fort St.
Surgeons, F&yslclans M Dentists.
Practice limited to Surgery and
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE:
"R. WALTER HOFFMANN.
ta.HETANIA STREETS, (opposite the
OSoe Hours: 8 to 10 n. in.; 1 Jo 8
" m. 1 to 8 p. m. Sundays: 8 to 11
El. Telephone 510. P.O. Box 601.
0H. . GORDON H0DGINS.
;.iCK AND RESIDENCE, GEDGE
COTTAGK, cornor Hotol and Richards
atreets. Office Hours: 9 to 11; 2 to
4,7 to 8. Telepliono 053. 1245
BR. A. H. SINCLAIR
School s'reet, between Emma and Fort.
Hours: g-ioa. m., 2-4 p. m., 7-8 p. m.;
Sundays o-i o ajjn , 141O
DR. I. MORI,
t6 Beretaniu street, between Emma
and Fort streets.
Telephone 277. P. O. Box 843.
Office Hour: 9 to 12 a. m. and 7 to 8
. m.; Sundays, 9 to 12 . m. 1229
&. C. WALL, D. D. 8.,
New Lovo's Building, Fort Street.
il V I
8m ported by Voluntary Con;-"-"tlous.
FREE TREATMENT to the Vwor of
Tor Information as to card; d
mlssinn and to tho tiarvloo, etc., 01C. ,
(" Tlilrd Floor I'r-'ureta Block.
dubHcrlptloni way uo loft with J. F.
Hackfeld, L. O. Allies or Dr. Sloggotr.
Ttltf hoeet 1086 At tj. P. O. Box Tfa
Q, H. BERREY, : Manager. I
Dimcnlt iiollMimiw a Specialty.
Hilolu iHunii Apiy
Room 10, cDrccMs Building,
Collections a specialty. Prompt re
mittances. No fee charged unless collec
tion Is made. 1442
Situated on tlio east sido of
Kalihi Valloy. Tlio view to
jf earl liaruor is mo uest in
tlio city of Honolulu. The
soil is very deep; no stones
or rooks on tlio placo.
Water will bo laid boforo
purchasers aro ready to build
A space will bo sot apart,
in memory of tlio Princess
Kaiulani, for a park.
Tlio lots will bo sold at tlio
lowest prices in tlio market,
with which other real estate
agents will not afford to com
pote. Applications for lots will
bo received at our office, and
will bo given preference of
chosing lots in tho order thoy
For further particulars ap
10 WEST KING ST.
October 4th, 1809. 1343
A FEW VERY DESIRABLE BUILD
ING LOTS on Nuuanu Avenue, at Mo
lopa, Nuuanu Valley, for sale. Apply to
J. M. MONSARRAT,
Cartwrlght Block, Merchant street.
532 Fort Street.
Best on the islands
Delivered twice dallv to anv Dart of
at 12 cents
Deliveiku in (any quantities to suit.
Leave your orders at STAR D TRY,
or TELEPHONE 103.
Just received ex Mauna
Ala. To be seen at the Sale Yards'
When Yon Waqfe a Rig
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,.RINO UP THE.,
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
618 FORT STREKT.
Stable 'Phone, 477
Hack Stand 'Phones, 319 and 7? .
O. H. BELLINA.
HEALTH BOAKD MEETING
At n meeting of the Hoard of Health
yesterday nfteinouii thcro weio piej
ent tho following: President Wood,
Or. 0.ty, Minister Cooper, Ur. Hmeison,
F. J. Lourcy, i M. Hnlcli, Oto. W
Smith and Picsidcut Dole.
It was lcsolved thnt the drainage
ditch leading from near tho coiner of
King nml South streets to the ocean Is,
In tho opinion of tho Itoaul, a boiiicu
of (llth nml a causo of sickness nml that
notice to that cltcct he given the Min
ister of the Interior.
A communication from Rev. II. II.
Parker relatlvo to the suggestions of
tho trustees of Kawalnhau church In
the matter of putting tho church In Its
former Btnte, was read. The Hoard
will carry out tho suggestions.
A petition from residents of the
vicinity of tho corner of Emma and
Bcrctanla streets, asking for the con
demnation of tho Chinese shops to he
found there, was read. No nctlon.
President Wood stated that ho had
appointed Captain Campbell quaran
tine officer for tho wharves. This nc
tlon was npproved by tho Doard.
President Wood rend n communica
tion relatlvo to tho 47 guards doing
duty on Halawa hill. They wero Uolrg
very efficient duty. Over thirty Chl
neso who had attempted to run the
lines had been turned back. There had
been no escapes.
President Dole spoke of guards at
tho corner of King and Kccaumoku and
tho corner of tho Wntklkl road and
King street. He could not Reo tho ne
cessity of these. It seemed to bo an
unnecessary expense. Judgo Perry be
ing present, explained that tho Citi
zens Sanitary Commlttoo had placed
theso as well as others about the city
to report the removal of lurnlturo or
bundles of clothes which might indi
cate changes of resldenco on tho part
of tho peoplo concerned. President
Wood stated that ho could see no rea
son for keeping theso guards on duty,
Tho matter was Anally referred to tho
Citizens' Sanitary Commlttoo for n
A communication from tho Bishop of
Panopolls relating to tho reopening of
the churches next Sunday was rend by
It was moved and carried thafcer
tain perlshnblo merchandise, such ns
fruits, that, on account of quarantine
regulations, has spoiled on thowharvct,
bo removed and destroyed by tho Board
C. M. Cooko reported for tho finance
committee on various matters of detail.
Goorgo R. Carter nlso mado somo re
marks on tho matter. Both wished
for more Information. Mr. Carter
suggested thnt an advisory committee
bo appointed so thnt knotty problems
may bo easily settled. Minister
Cooper suggested n flnanco committee
with nudlting powers, nnd put this sug
gestion in tho form of a motion, tho
understanding being that ail expense.
coming out of tho appropriation fur
tho suppression of tho plague, shall be
referred to this committee. This was
carried and Messrs. C. M. Cooke, J. li.
Athcrton nnd T. Rain Walker will con
tinue ns the committee. It was then
moved nnd carried that Geo. R. Carter
bo appointed nn agent of tho Hoard to
authorize all bills for materials and
that F. 1). Damon bo appointed to au
thorize nil bills for pay rolls.
L. A. Thurston asked for informa
tion In regard to tho raising of tho
qunrantluo. President Wood asked Mr.
Thurston thnt tho Inspectors bo im
pressed with tho fact that tho Inspec
tion should bo continued this being
the key to the wholo situation. The
citizens should bo willing to keep up
this work of Inspection for twenty-ono
or oven thirty-one days nfter tho last
enso of plague.
It was moved nml carried that tho lo
cation on tho east sldo of South street,
between Queen street nnd Kuwalahao
lano, selected by J. Llghtfoat and as
sociates for tho purpose of a laundry,
bo approved of by tho Uonrd of Health,
when tho same shall havo been tilled In
to tho street level. Tho Board further
requires thnt nil loncctlons for con
veyance of wnsto matters fiom said
laundry ho mado direct with tho sowor
Tho matter of applications of vari
ous peoplo for building permits was
brought up by President Wood. Many
of theso had come in recently nnd the
specifications accompanying them wero
not at nil sufficient. It was moved by
Minister Cooper and carried that tho
special attention of tho Superintendent
of Public Works bo called to tho sani
tary regulations recently ndoptcd by
tho Board of Health and thnUno per
mits bo Issued unless tho specifications
of tho applications confoim to such
It was resolved by tho Board on mo
tion of Mr. Lowrey, that notlco bo
given tho owner of tho proporty on
Beretaniu and Pensncola, known, ns
Tnl Keo's, that nil cesspools and vaults
on said picmiscs must bo emptied and
disinfected nnd thoso not In usa filled
with npproved material as provided
for in tno published sanitary regula
tions. It was fuither resolved by tho
Board, on motion of Mr. Hatch, that,
in tho opinion of tho Board, tho im
mediate extension of tho sower system
so ns to Includo all of tho area lying
between Llllha and Punahou stroets
and extending towards tho mountains
to tho lie of Wylllo street, Is a matter
of present nnd vital necessity In order
to suppress tho present epidemic of
plnguo and to prevent tho recurrenco
of tho same: nnd that tho Exccutlvo
Council bo jespectfully urged to nt
onco submit this mntter to tho Coun
cil of Stato with n recommendation
that tho amount of money necessary
for this purposo should bo appropriat
ed. Mr. Hatch emphasized tho necessity
of nn extension of tho scworago sys
tem. It had been shown conclusively
that cesspools wero a sourco of infec
tion as In the cases of tho two natives
of the excnvntois. With tho Btnte of
niTnirn just as It Is In Honolulu today
tho community might look for nn epi
demic of nny kind, tho plague not ex
cepted, nt nny moment. Thero should
be some method of t hiding tho town
of eviy hit of waste matter.
Atti iney General Cooper expressed
hid complete sympathy with tho nctlon
tnkcu by the Board nnd nsked that ho
bo excused fiom voting ns the question
of tho legality of making tho nocos
sniy appropilntlon would undoubtedly
be referred to him.
President Wood endorsed the nctlon
of tho Board nnd gave from n medical
standpoint, his reasons for bo doing.
Ho mentioned localities particularly as
opposed to persons, having been prov
en tho sourco of Infection. Something
should bo dono nt once to prevent
plaguo germs being deposited on tho
It was voted that tho Board go to
Iwclol Monday afternoon to inspect
tho location In which aro situated tho
steam laundry and slaughter houses,
with n view to making recommenda
tion!! for tho Improvement of tho same.
COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF REAL
AND PERSONAL PROPERTY.
Pursuant to an order made by Hon
orable A. Perry, First Judgo of tho Cir
cuit Court of tho First Judicial Circuit,
filed the 31st day of January, A. D.
1900, I am directed to sell at public
auction, subject to confirmation by tho
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 3d, 1000.
At 12 o'clock noon of thnt day, nil tho
right, tltlo and interest of Genevieve
Dowsett, Marlon C. Dowsett, being nn
undivided ono-twelflh Interest ench of
said minors, and nlso tho one-twelfth
Interest of Madeline C. K. Dowsett and
Annlo H. K. Dowsett, Minors, In the
Estate of James I. Dowsett, deceased,
Inandtoall those certain pieces and par
eels of land situate on the Islands of
Oalin, Maul. Hawaii and Molokal. and
moro particularly described ns follows:
1. The laml nltuated In Nuuanu Val
ley, Island of Oahu, described In deed
from John H. Wood to tho Honolulu
Dairy Company, dated April 30th, 1892,
nnd recorded In the Registry of Convey
ances In Honolulu In Liber 13C, nt
pages 171 to 177. Containing an area
of 271 ncros more or less.
2. Tho land nltuated nt Knpalamn,
In Honolulu, Island of Oahu, known ns
tho Akepo lot, being n part of Royal
Patent No. G572, and described In deed
mado by Kaaea nnd J. W. Akepo to
Jainen I. Dowsett, dated the 3d day of
Fcbruaiy, 1882, nud recorded In Liber
73, on pages 210 to 212. Containing an
area of 1.13 acres.
3. The land situated at Apnn. In Ho
nolulu, described In deed from A.
Finnels Judd to David Knhanu, dated
March 21st, 1870, recorded In Liber 29,
on pnge3 424 and 425, and the land de
scribed In tho deed from John O, Dom
lnlunndE.Mahla, Administrators of the
cbtnto of Josla Kaaukal, to David Kn
hanu, dated June 7th, 1SCC, nnd rc
coidad in Liberal on pages 313 and 31G,
and in a deed from Knhannnul nnd
Keol.okil, her husband, nnd Knluahlno
to David Knhanu, dated September
14th, 18C6, and recorded In Liber 22, on
pngen IOC and 107.'
4. Tho land situated nt Kaknako, In
Honolulu, described In the deed from
Moolcoloho and Nalnoaelua to David
Kahanu, dated March 30th, 1SS0, nnd
recorded In Liber C3 on pages 11." nnd
41C. Containing an nrea of 1-5 of nn
D. The land nt Aala. on Llllha street.
In Honolulu, described In the deed from
Nlkn and Punlaknla, his wife, nnd
Kcaka to David Knhauu, dated October
9th, 1SG9, nnd recorded in Liber 29, on
pages 40 and 41; nlso the land de
scribed In tho deed from John Thomas
Wdtethouso and Eleanor, his wife, to
David Kahanu, dated January 25th,
1878, and recorded In Liber GG, on pages
C3 nnd C4; also land described In the
deed from Kin Nahnolcluo nnd Nahcle
to David Kahanu, dated January 10th,
187G, and recorded In Liber 49, on
pages 385 nnd 2S0. Containing nn
area of 3.03 acres.
C. Tho land sltunto on King street,
In Honolulu, described In tho deed
from F. M. Hatch to James I. Dowsett,
dated October 18th, 1888, and recorded
In Llbor 115, on pages CG nnd. G9. Con
taining nn area of 17-100 acres.
7. The land situate nt Kanahaha, Kn
palamn, In Honolulu, being a portion of
Apnna 1, Royal Patent No. 225C, L. C.
A. 24',0B.: described In tho deed from
Thomas Carry and Mary, his wife, to
James I. Dowsott, dated Juno llth,
1887, nnd recorded In Liber 10G, on
pages 193 and 191. Containing nn nrea
of 1900 square feet.
8. The 0110 undivided half of tho
lundu situated in Honolulu, known ns
tho land of Knhaohao and Knhololoa,
L. C. A. 1G3 to Wm. Sumner, dated
March Gth, 1849.
9. Tho land situated nt Puhawal,
Walnnao, Island of Oahu, described In
Royal Patent 1073, L. C. A. 74C5f nnd
In tho deed of Piuo and Kiniaicua to
Jamos I. Dowsett, dated April 30th,
1888, and recorded In , Liber 110, on
pago 25G. Containing an area of C.71
10. Tho land situated on Pearl River
Bay near Honolulu, known ns Puuloa,
containing an area of 2224 acres, and
described by motes nnd bounds In tho
deed from Kckanonohl to Isaac Mont
gomory, dated Septomber 7th, 1849, nnd
recorded In Liber 4, on pago 4.
11. Tho land situated at Honoullull,
nt Ewa, on tho Island of Onhu, com
prising 80 acres, moro or less, now un
der loaso to Sing Chong & Co.
12. Tho land situated nt Knpalama,
Island of Oahu, described In Royal
Patent 2386 Issued to John Meek, and
comprising 9 C8-100 acres; nnd nlso
tho land Bltuatod at tho samo placo part
of tho III of Kahuopa described In L. O.
A. 8515, Apana 1, Part 1, and com
prising 1 728-1000 ncres, moro or less,
which Bald two last mentioned parcels
of land aro now held undor lenso dated
September 15, 1896, hy Y. All In.
13. Tho land situated on tho Island of
, Maul, known ns Roso Ranch, compris
ing nil tho lands described in certain
Royal Patents and deeds ns follows:
all the land described In tho deed from
Parker N. Makce and others to James
I. Dowsett, dated March 3d, 188G, and
recorded In Liber 101, on paces 200 ct
I sop.; also tho leasehold estates In tho
following Innds: Leaso of tho Hawa
iian Government of tho Ahupuaa of
Knnala to Catherine N. Makce, No. 292.
dated February 9th, 1881: Leaso from
John M. Knpcna to James Makeo dated
December 22d, 1876, and recorded in
Liber 47. on pago 498. Containing nn
area of 21.G50 acres.
14. Tho land known as Kaulu situate
at Ewa, Island of Oahu, being part of
Hoacac. Containing nn area of about
15. The land with an ornngo grovo
situated nt Hana, Island of Maul,
known as Dowsett's land. Containing
an area of 14 acres.
1G. Tho tnro land situated on tho Isl
and of Molokal, described in Royni
17. Tho land situated nt Wnlplo, on
tho Island of Hawaii, known as Dow
18. Tho land situated nt Kopulonn,
in Honokan, Island of Hawaii, formerly
leased to J. M. Horner & Sons and. now
occupied under said leaso by the Pa
cific Sugar Mill. Containing nn area
of 17 ',4 acres.
Also tho leasehold estates In tho fol
lowing lands: Tho land of Halawa, tho
land of Kahnutkl, tho land of Lcilehun,
tho land of MIkiltia, tho land of Nana
kuli and the land of Atca, nil situated
on the Island of Oahu.
Alho all tho live stock belonging to
tho Estato of James I. Dowsett, de
ceased, comprising: C000 head of cat
tle, more or less, CO head of oxen nnd
bulls, nnd 213 head of horses and
Also nil nnd singular, the lands, chat
tels, choses In action, and property,
renl and personal, belonging to tho
Estato of James I. Dowsett, deceased,
or to which said Estato may be en
titled, whether herein enumerated and
specified or not.
Terms of anlo aio Cash In U. S. Gold.
Deed nt tho expense of purchnser. For
further particulars, apply to Paul Neu
mann, Esq., or
ncii nniAiunnn unnv
OF HAWAII, LTD.
Incorporated Under tho Laws of the
Republic of Hawaii.
Authorized Capital,- $1,000,000
Subscribed Capital, 750,000
Paid Up Capital SOO.OOo
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
Cecil Brown President
M. P. Robinson Vice-President
W. G. Cooper Cashier
E. M. Boyd Secretary
Directors Cecil Brown, Mark P.
Robinson, Bruce Cartwrlght, W. O.
Cooper and II. M. Von Holt.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON:
San Francisco Tho Anglo-Callfor-nln
Chicago The Merchants Loan and
Now York J. & W. Sollgman & Com
pany. London The Anglo-California
Paris Soclctlo Generalo.
Hamburg M. M. Warburg & Com
pany. Hongkong nnd Yokohama The
Chartered Bank of India, Australia
Australia The Union Bank of Aus
Canada Bank of Montreal.
Berlin Qerbruder Meyer.
Exchange bought and sold Letters
Credit issued on all parts of the
S ipply.ev ery variety of Cut Flowers and
Growing Plants. Sprays, Bouquets and
Funeral and Wedding Floral Designs sup
plied on short notice.
Office, comer Fort street and Chaplain
ne, oppos1 he Catholic Mission.
Notice of Assessment!
Notice Is hereby given that the eighth
assessment of ten (10) per cent on the
capital stock ot the HONOLULU RAPID
TRANSIT AND LAND CO. will be due
and payable to J. H. Fisher, treasurer, 411
Fort (upstairs), Honolulu, on the 1st day
February. The shares upon which as
essment may remain unpaid after thirty
days from said date, will be declared de
linquent. J. A. G1LMAN,
Secretary H. R. T. & L. Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 1,1000. 1410
1 begto announce to the public that I
have disposed of to the Pacific Vehicle
and Supply Co., Ltd. the business hereto
fore carried on by oie In Honolulu of buy
ing, selling Importing and dealing In ready
made Carriages, Wagons and Vehicles,
and Carriage Materials, Lamps, Harness,
Saddles, Leather, Whips, Robes, etc
Tills however does not apply to the
General Blacksmlthlng and Carriage Re
pairing business, which will still be carried
on by me at the old stand. 615 Fort s reet.
1443 Ct. W. W. WRIGHT.
Wm. O. Irwii
San Francitco Agentilnn Nevada
National Bank op San Fiiancisoo,
San Francisco Tho Novada National
Bank of Han Francisco
London Tho Union llank of London
New YonK Amorlcan Exchange Nr
Cuicaoo Morchants National Bank.
Paws Crodit Lyonnals.
BEnuN Drosdnor Bank.
Uonko.no and Yokohama Honkong A
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
Vew Zealand and Australia Bank
f Now Zoaland.
Victoma and Vancouver Bank 0
British North Amnrl,,..
Transact a General Banians anrj Eichange Buuesi
jscpuuu neceivea. i.on$ mado on Ap
proved Becnrlty. Commercial and Traveler
Credits limed. Bills of Exchange bought
OOLHOTIOHB PaOKPTLT AOCOPKCTn Fo
sissop ft 00.
;; Savings DoposlU 'will be
received and interest allowed by tilt
Bank at four and one-half por cent,
per annum. Tho terms, rules and
regulations of tho Hawaiian Poatal Sav
ings Bank havo been adopted as far u
It is practicable to apply thorn, and the
Cash Rosorvo of 150.000 as roqulred nn.
der tho Postal Act will be maintained.
Printed copies of tho Rules and Keg
ulatlons may be obtained on application.
Transact a General Bauking
nd Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler
Letters of Credit issued, avail,
ibloinall the principal citiei
if the world.
Interest allowed aftor July
1,1898, on fixed deposits 3
months 3 por cent., 6 months
3J per cent., 12 months 4
Pioneer Building and
Assets, Dec. 31, 1898, f 118,803.33
Money loanod on approved socurlty.
A Savings Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built nn dm mnnii.i t..i.
montplan. " """"'"
Elchteenth Snrlna nt ll, .
opened. '" uuw
OFWOEns: T. F. Lansing, President;
S. R Roso, Vice-President; O. B. Gray
Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secretary. '
Directors: T.p. Lansing, 8.B. Row,
A. V. Gear, A. W. Keech, J. Q. Roth'
IV i "S'y am"u J. J. McLean, J. D.
Holt, 0. a Gray. '
or rurtiier particulars apply to
A. V. GEAR, Secretary.
Chambor of Commerce room.
Office Hours: 12:301:80 p. m.
Tge iohama Specie Bank;
Subscribed Capital 24,000.00 yen
'"'""i1 vujiiuw lz.voo.ooo yen
Rcservo Fund 7,600,000 yen.
The Bank buys and receives for col
lection nilln nt TSTphnnvo lo... n.
and Letters of Credit, ana transact
a general banking business.
On Flul Dtpotli for it nontlii, 4 pw cal a. t
Oa FU4 Dtpoilt for 6 monlbi, jjf '
On Find DcdoiII far 1 ni . 1
Bv h HttS 0:, t Yokobinu, oa CunaalD.
aoilt. 1 ... mi per diy. ,
Oa Hut Dtpoilt for 11 nonthi, jH pw etot p. a.
Hew Bepntllc BnlUini, nfilu St, Boulili
The . . .
Cor. Alakr HalekMwtt Bta,
Has a large aseortaeat ol
Chandeliers and ' Elec
Constantly on hrar.
Estimates given for hrpa wh
ine and Eleotrioal plant.
Marine Wiring a specialty?
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