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ColumbU, Rambler & Hartford bicycles teem to
b Jut .ilvuit the right tiling. We have li id samples of these wh-els an J" ! j
will h.-nea ir MJ by the "Austral! i" In two weeks. M xt of the J
Chaiiilfs-. C'.nl i nbi is are sold to arrive there Is su.h adfinrid fortius
wheel The :re 4 punis lighter this year and are fitted with the
SPLCIU. TROPICAL TlRHvhlch makes them a perfect mount for
these 1st in Is The Columbia Chainlets weighs less than 25 pounds and
weguriu'ee It for any rider weighing up to 300 pounds. Our HART
FORD an J RA .iBLRR chain wheels are beauties, call and see the samples
Wehaveasco.np'.ete repair shop as ever, though It Is not conveniently
looted at present. Daring this year we e.xpsct to get back to the old
comer, where a fine mi. em departmnt Is to be fitted up In our ne.v store.
At prtstnt we sell, reit-nl repair wheels In the brick building on the
u.iper sldi of King street oppislte to where our old stand was and are able
to do the best repair work done In town, rent the well known Columbia
Chalnless, and sell a'iy model of Columbia, Rambler or Hartford for cash
or on easy Installments. We want your custom.
Cor. JTort and Kine Sts.
Want Treaty Ratified.
Wnshlngton, Jan. 21. Great JJrltaln,
In the opinion of State Department
oQlclal8( has become unnecessarily
alarmed over the withdrawal of the
Samoan treaty from the Senate. Lord
Paunccfotc nnd C. N. B. Eliot, who was
the British member of the special com
mission to Samoa to sot up a proI
slonal government there, wcro at tho
State Department yesterday where dis
creet lnnulrles wcro made ns to tho
status of tho treaty. British Embassy
officials nro anxious that tho treaty
may bo ratified In order that tho for
mal exchange of ratifications may bo
had at tho State Department.
Tho treaty has already been ratified
by tho Bundesrath, and by Lord .Salis
bury. Lord Salisbury Is anxious that
the matter bo disposed of promptly in
order that tho general compact between
Great Britain nnd Germany, whereby
tho latter received largo concessions
for Gcrmnn neutrality in tho Trans
vaal war at tho tlmo Great Britain was
threatened with a European coalition,
can bo carried out in every detail.
Novcllnt Blnckmorc Demi.
London, Jan. 22. Richard D. Black
more, tho novelist, died yesterday. Ho
was born at Longworth, Bcryshlre, in
1823. His death occurred at Teddlng
ton. Mr. Blnckburu was a prolific produc
er or romances, but, dcsplto tho quan
tity of work turned out, its general
quality was high. Probably his most
famous book Is "Lorna Doone," long
recognized ns being, in Us way, a
classic of fiction.
SECOND ANNUAL STATEMENT OF
THE BANK OF HAWAII, LTD ,
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS
Section 14 of the Banking Laws of 1884
requires that on the last Monday In Jinu
ary of every year, banks must m ike a
statement ot their affairs as of the 1st dav
of Jamnry. The following Is the state
ment of ihe condition of the Bank of
Hiivv.ill. I til., nn the 1st dav of January.
1000. The capital of the corporation is
5400.000. divided Into 4.000 shares of
f 100 each, paid up hi lull :
Loans and Discounts $1,036,490 43
Call Loins ,md Overdrafts..
Hawaiian Govt Bonds
Lease Sife D.-posit Building
nnd Office Furniture
Ml see la'ieous Assets
Hawaiian Govt. Warrants
and Coupon f 8,830 Co
Due from Other
Banks 154.914 5'
Cash on Hand 227,280 18
Capital, 4,coc st'orf' f .10000000
Undivided Profits CjO.S $6
Deposits 1,174.9"! 99
Certified and Cashier's Ch'ks 0.012 00
Due to Other Banks 102,526 72
Dividends uncalled for 1,575 00
(, 1 ota' UK luenus paia 1111S99,
I, C. H. COOKE, Cashier, do solemnly
swear that the above statemen' is true to
the best of my knowledge and belief.
C. H. COOKE,
Examined and found correct :
GEO. R. CARTER.
Subscribed and sworn to b'fore me this
3rd day of January, A. D. 1900.
HARRIET E. WILDER,
1442 Notary Public.
Nuhiku Sugar Co. Notice.
Stockholders are hereby notified that
the Secnnd Assessment of the NAHIKU
STOCK Is delinquent from the 1st day of
J. P. COOKE,
On and after February 1st the UNION
Tfie Bank of Hawaii, L(d.
EX PRESS CO. will have their office with
the Evening Bulletin.
I44i-tf TELEPHONE M.
& SON, Ltd,
On WEDNESDAY, Feb. 7,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the premises corner King and Fort
streets, I will sell at Public Auction, by
order of E. O. Hall & Sons, all the wood
work, flooring, flooring joists, Iron shutters
doors and frames, glass sashes, slate roof.
Ing, etc., of their former place of business
flagstaff with Irons, In good condition; a
a large tree, etc.
Also a large supply of paints, oils, hard
ware, etc., for which they now have no
Pound Master's Notice
Notice Is hereby Riven, that the animals
described below have been Impounded In
the Government Pound at Maklkl, Kona,
Island of Oahu, and unless the pound fees
nnd damages are sooner satisfied, will be
sold at the date hereunder named, accord
ing to law ;
Jan. 26, 1000. 1 Jack, undescrlbable
brand, half blind and fore less lame.
The above described animal will be
sold at public authn, on SATURDAY,
Feb 10 at 12 o'clock noon, if not called
for before the date mentioned.
All concerned are hereby notified that
fheFebruiry, 1900, Term of the Circuit
Court of the First Judicial Circuit, will
te formally opened on Monday, the 5U1
Inst., at 10 o'clock a. in., and the session
then adjoumd until the following Mon
Jurors, both Hawaiian and foreign, are
excused from attendance until further
Dated: Honolulu, H. I. Feb. and, 1900.
W. L. STANLEY,
Second Judge Circuit Court, First Judicial
Circuit, Presiding at the Term.
McBryde Sugar Co.- Ltd.
A special (the adjourned annual) meet
ing of the stockholders of this company
will be held In the office of the Chamber
of Commerce at 10 a. m. MONDAY, the
isth Inst., for the purpose of receiving the
fre isurer's and Manager s reports, for the
election of officers, for considering a pro
posed amendment to the By-Laws, etc.
Stockholders unable to attend will please
give proxies duly witnessed.
The stock transfer books will be closed
between the 7th and 12th Inst.
THOS. RAIN WALKER,
Honolulu, Feb. 1, 1900. 1444
Assessment Notice VValu
lua Agricultural Com
Notice ls hereby given that an assess
ment of 60 per cent has been levied upon
the 10,000 shares, new Issue, of t,he Wal
ilua Agricultural Co., Ltd., and that the
same will be due and payable at the office
ff Castle & Cooke, Ltd., Jan. 15, IQ.
E. D. TENNEY,
Secretary Walalua Agr'l Co., Ltd.
All persons having claims against the
Drill Shed Camp are requested to present
same at once. C A. DOYLE,
Approved by Minister Cooper. 1442-51
JJMl. Iff tbtl column Wili fit tnterUJ atuctntt
Hon, to itmi J ii aitJ s a cc nit a monto iriiiiicr
tbtaptttaJxerttunftwt offtteJ tbiftopU of Honolulu
' FOR SALE.
ITOM SAlE-CmuleCKMIAUb II WSi-, 7e.iM
I o'J, Sttot Himesi, Mirri-v wlili rotter lire.
Call nn Q. II UtRKbY. U ium o)-mi. Judi
COW SAI.fc-Lot ot SOFT-WOOD. ApHy to
r UNION EXPKLSS CO at Uullttln oflica.
PR SALE Hay OelJInu In fine conaitlon, quiet
and reliable cheap. Owner leaving coun ry.
Lene of a larsre
hoiive iltualeJ near Die heart of the town
ent Net Monthly Income $ 50. Apply t
No. )io f-ort teet,
90 years to run.
Lease of Cottage centrally
CirnunJ rent $n rer month
No Jio Tort street.
COR SALE $1500. New Modern CotLRe and lot
4 at Kewalo. Lot 50x100. A rarRain as a nome,
No. io Fort street.
FOR SALF A jx8 Anthiny Camera, reversible
back, with wlJe angle Morrison lens. Inquire at
tnis office 141&-H
FOR SALE-LANDS IN ALL
CITY. ByJ. M.VlVAS.
PARTS OF THE
UANTED-N. F. BURGESS does all kinds of
" small repairing, Lawn Mowers and Garden
Hose, are specialties. Lawn Mow, rs will be call
ed for, by ringing up tn. Also a few for rent
Censacnta street 1446.1t
SITUATIONS WANTED-Anyone delrlng the er
vlces of laborers, servants, butlers, yardmen,
laundrymen and women, should tmimdlate application
to Supt. C. A. Doyle, at the Drill Shed Detention
WANTED A bright, honest office boy. Apply to
II, LOSE. MutualTelephone Ofhce. 1444-H
WANTED Men to know that they can get shaved
hv a whlta barber for i tenia at II. JbFFS.
6iqK Fort Oreet. opp Club Stables
WRITING AND ACCOUNTING DONE accurate,
ly; troderate rates. MR. MUM, care Peoples
Express Co ; or General Delivery. P. O. iwi-H
.""OMPETENT GERMAN GIRL WANTED for
general housework and care ot children. Refer
ences required Apply G. M.. Bulletin office n6q
LOST Dlshop & Co.'s Certificate of Deposit No.
3iC6, for I ioco, In favor of Wm. II Coney, has
been 1 si. Payment has been stopprd. and All parties
are cautioned against negotiating the same.
Honolulu, Feb. i, 1900. mc)t
LOST A Silver MEDAL engraved Otto Bumester
Tinder kindly retu-n to Bulletin office. 1441MW
FOUND A Golf Cape, gray cloth with fine blue
and maroon strlpts and Scotch plaid lining
Flndercan have same by calling at this office and
paying costs of advertising. 144 i-tf
TO LET A suite of Ho sekeeplng Rooms unlur
nlshed 144 Ueretinla street. 1441-tf
THh ALOHA ROOMINU HOUSE, Fort St. Best
I rooms and attendance In city. IJ1
At the Kcpotcnc Warehouse.
Superintendent Atkinson distributed
n lot of marbles and tennis balls
among the children at tho kerosene
wnrchouso camp yesterday morning
but, had ho known what tho result
would bo there Is no doubt whatever
4lmt tlinun Itinnpnilt IllnvtlllniTH wnltlll
havo been kept In tho storeroom. As '
soon as they wcro distributed there
were numerous fights among tho chil
dren. Then a Chineso woman with
small feet Jumped in and thumped an
other woman because tho lattcr's son
hail whipped hers. A South Sea Isl
and woman wob told that n natlvo wo
man had whipped her adopted boy.
Despite tho efforts of thrco of her
countrymen sho broko nil bounds,
grabbed tho natlvo woman, pulled her
hair, blackened her eye nnd then rolled
her In tho dirt. Finally she found that
tho Hawaiian woman hnd had nothing
whatever to do with tho matter.
"Well," said she, "I am very sorry, but
somebody toid mo so, and I can t help
In .the evening the announcement
was mntlo that thcro would bo ilro
works and soon tho peoplo of tho camp'
wcro watching a flno display. Fire
crackers by the thousands nnd Chineso
bombs were llred olt in celebration of
tho Chineso New Year.
Tho peoplo In chargo of affairs at
tho camp were very sad Thursday night
for it was expected that "Llttlo Mat
thew," n lino Hawaiian lad of eight
summers, would dlo nt any moment.
'1 ho doctor was called In nnd tho Cath
olic priest performed tho last ceremou
les beforo death. "It will bo but n few
minutes now," said tho doctor, "for ho
Is sinking fast nnd his body is cold."
Tho peoplo who hnd gathered about
tho bed filed slowly out tho door.
Happily "Llttlo Matthew" ral
lied and, nftcr a fit of coughing, Bat up
with tho pillows propped up behind
hltu, nnd In n clear trcblo voice, began
singing n Hawaiian song. Ho called
his relatives and friends about him
asking them to sing. Then began tho
ollolls of tho olden time, tho llttlo fel-
law Joining in when ho was suro ho
know what his peoplo wcro singing.
Yesterday "Llttlo Matthew" was very
tired nnd slept nearly nil day. Today
ho is no better nnd it seems hut only n
question of tlmo now.
THE LAST CAB.
Tho last cars ot tho King street line
going to Wnlkikl and Palnma pass the
Anchor Saloon. The clevorest mlxolo
ulsts in tho city nro thcro always to
nut you up anything you may deslr
Drop in and tako a drop before you
rake the car. Tho celebrated Seattlt
beer is to bo had here on draught A
full line of liquors, including the fa
mous Jesse Moore Whiskey, etc., al
ways on han. Received per Warrl
moo, Rainier Dock Beer on draught
Tho Anchor Saloon is hero to pleasn it
Wulluku, Jan. 31. Mr. Jns McCand
less reports hat tho aoventh well for
tho Klhcl plantation will strike water
sometlmo next week at a depth of
about 300 feet. Tho men are still nt
work nt tho well thero being over 200
feet nttalned now,
Weather Bureau, l'unnhou, Feb. 3.
Temperature Morning minimum,
Gl; Midday maximum, SO.
ilnruniutur at 0 a. m. 29.9S. Itislng.
Dew l'olnt COF.
Humidity nt 9 n. m. C2 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Feb.
.1. Weather clear; wind light SE.
Friday, Feb. 2.
Slmr. Maul, Welsbarth, from l'aau
hau; 11,00 bags sugar.
Schr. Golden Oate, I'ahla, from Mo
loknl. Am. sp. Cyrus Wakefield, Mncloon,
from San Francisco; 4,000 tons general
O. S. S. Alameda, Van Otcrendorp, 8
dnys, 2 hours from Apia.
Nor. bk. Sobrleg, TJostolsen, from
Newcastle, Nov. 29; 837 tons coal to
Wm. Q. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
Friday, Feb. 2.
Slip. Jnbcz Howes, Clnpp, for San
Francisco in ballast.
Schr. A. J. West, Ogllvlc, for Gray's
Harbor in ballast.
O. S. S. Alameda, Van Oterendorp,
for San Francisco.
Haw. bk. Iolanl, McClure, Kaunnka
kal, in tow stmr. Itelcnc.
From Lahalna, per stmr. Kauai, Feb
3. J. Roadlcy and Augusto Cnrvnllho.
From tho Colonies, per O. S. S. Ala
meda, Feb. 2. J. Kunst, W. Voight,
Mr. Dodds, Miss Dartlctt, C. Bowman
From Kona and Kau, per stmr. Iwa
lanl, Feb. 2. F. Correo nnd wife, M.
nobello and wife, M. Lowtz, Miss An
ton, Mrs. Youwell.
Wnlluku, Jan. 31. The old tramp
steamer Cleveland, Captain Klltgnrd,
left Kahulul harbor last Wednesday,
23d inst. with about 1200 tons of su
gar f for San Francisco. No passengers
went on her.
Tho American schooner Weathcrwax
sailed last Monday, 29th Inst., with a
full cargo ot sugar for San Francisco.
The llrltlsh ship Antlopo arrived
from Honolulu last Saturday with 2100
tons of Australian conl for the H. C.
& S. Co. and is now unloading.
Tho four-masted barkcntlne Gchalls
arrived off Knhului last Sunday, 28th
Inst., nnd came Into port on tho follow
ing day to unload her cargo ot New
castle (N. S. W.) coal for tho Kahulul
R. R. Co.
The barkentino Mary Wlnkelmnn is
still unloading cargo nt Kahulul har
bor. Tho schooner Viking will leave
Hann, Maui, in n fow days for San
Francisco with a full cargo of sugar.
Tho steamer Claudino will tow her out
of tho harbor.
Tho bark Edward May and bark Do
ra Bluhm nro both at Klhcl harbor un
loading their cargoes of coal and lum
ber respectively for the Kehl Planta
tion. Captain KUtgard ot tho steamer
Cleveland was formerly
of tho old American bark Forest Queen
which used to run between San Fran
cisco and Honolulu In tho sugar trade
under Captain Winding.
Tho American brigantlne Lurllne is
expected to leave Kahulul for San
Francisco with n full cargo of sugar
cither tomorrow or tho next day. Sov
eral passengers nro going nwny by her.
Weather flno nnd clear today al
though considerable rain last Monday
Opium in Possession.
In tho l'ollco Court this forenoon Ah
Kal wns fined $50 nnd costs on the
chargo of unlawful possession ot
opium. Ah Kal Is a vegctablo China
man known to be porfectly upright and
n hard worker. Yesterday ho received
n nolo from n friend in detention nt
Kalllii nsking him to buy somo opium
nnd take it out. Ah Kni did ns ho was
asked and handed tho stuff in nt the
camp without any show whatever nt
concealment. He was immediately ar
rested nnd nn officer summoned to re
move him to tho police station.
Beriberi at Klhcl.
Wnlluku, Jan. 31. Tho beriberi epi
dcmlu Is still raging among the Jnpnn
eso contract laborers ot Kihel planta
tion, nnd tho causo is said to bo from
tho water usod nnd nlso tho low stan
dard of living ot tho men themselves.
Manager I'ogue Is giving tho men nbout
0110 pound of meat per week la order
to encourngo them to Includo meat
among their diet.
Transport Grant Arrives.
Washington, Jan. 25. General Otis
Informed tho Wnr Department today
that tho transport Grant arrived nt
Manila this morning with tho 48th
Volunteer Infantry, Colonel W. P. Du
Plngue Stricken Rats.
Adelaide, South Australia, Jan. 23.
Tho bacillus of the bubonic plague has
been found on dead rats in n placo
whero n plaguo patient was Isolated.
TIiq Australian Colonies have declared
Adclnido nn infected port.
Bulletin, 75 cents per
Tho Regular Monthly Mooting of tho
Plonoer Rulldlng ami Loan Association
will ik hold nt tho Clinmlior of Com
morco on MONDAY EVENING, Feo
6th, 10'K). at 7:C0 o'clock.
1'aynionts nro required In gold.
A. V. GEAR, Socrotary.
Bv direction of Belle F. Jones. Guardian
of Edwin Austin Jones, Helen Jones, Mar
garet Jones and Catherine Hay Jones,
minors, nnd acting un ter and bv virtue of
an order Issued out of the Circuit Court of
the First Circuit, dated the 2nd day of
Januarys tpoo, 1 am directed to sell at
nubile auction, at mv salesroom In the citv
of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, on Saturday,
tne 27111 day 01 January, 1000, at 12
o'clock noon of that day, all the right,
title and Interest of said minors, being an
undivided nan or, in and 10 an tnose cer
tain pieces or parcels of land situate at
Walkane, District of Koolaupoko, Island
of Oahu, and more particularly described
as follows :
1. All that land described In R. P. 186,
L. C. A. 5721 and 809; to Kalkalna, more
particularly described as follows:
Anana 1. C lol kalo me ke Kakuahale
iMam.ine. E hoomaka ma ke klhl Hema
pfnnkal 0 kela ma ke klhl 0 ka pa hau, ke
mm aKau maiai 0 io maKaxuKie pill ana
I ko Ku halua, a e holo ana He, 6o'A Kom.
2.51 Kaul. ma ka pa hau, ma ko Maka
kukae, a hlkl I ka llhl kae pali I ke klhl
Ak. makal 0 ka lol 0 Kaheana; Alalia He.
7SH Kom. 2.38 Kaul. Iho ana ma ka pali
a pil anamaua auwai ma ko Kaheana;
He. 55' Kom. 1.22 Kaul. ma ko Kaheana
a IiIkI I ke klhl Hema mauka 0 kela;
alalia Ak. i$U Kom. 2.50 Kaul. ma ko
Kaheana nine ko Ku a hlkl I ke kumu
pall; alalia Hlk. 1.47 Kaul. ma ke kumu
pall, a lukl ! ko Kaheana mala ulu; alalia
Ak. 66 Hlk. 2.25 Kaul. ma ko Kaheana, a
pll ana a hlkl 1 ka llhl kae pall, alalia Ak.
59 2-4 HI, 1.90 Kaul. ma kula a hlkl 1 ka
puhala, ke klhl akau makal 0 kela, a ke
klhl Akau mauka 0 ko Ku kahua. Alalia
He. 31M HI. 2.04 Kaul. ma ko Ku Kahua-
Hale a hlKl i Kalil I lioomakal. Maloko 0
la Apana 1 rj-too Eka.
Apana2, 6 lol. Mamane. E hoomaka
ma ke klhl Hema makal 0 kela kali! e
walho ana He. 61 Kom. 73 Pauku mai ke
klhl Hema mauka 0 ka Apana 1 mal, pill
ana hoi mc na lol elua 0 Kaheana ame
kahl lol nahelehele. A e holo ana He.
49M Kom. ma ka auwai ma ko Kaheana;
alalia He. 25M HI. 85 pauku ma ko Ka
heana; alalia ma kahl waiho wale He. 14
Kom 96 pauku, a He. 62 45 Kom. 93
pauku, a Ak. 37 Kom. 1 Kaul. a moku ka
auwai. Alalia Ak. 40M Hi. Iho
ana ma ka auwai; alalia Ak. 7 40 Kom
1.44 Kaul. a HlKl 1 Ke Klhl Hema makal 0
ka lol poallma. Alalia ma ka lol poalima
AK. igjs N0111. sapaulai; a HI.75X Kom
2.50 Kaul. Alalia Ak. i8 Kom. 1.50
Kaul. a hlkl I ke kumupall. Alalia ma ke
kumupall a ma ka auwai. Ak. 60 HI. 1.05
Kaul., a AK. Mi HI. 1.73 Kaul. a hlkl
I ke klhl Akau mauka 0 ko Ku lol;
alalia ma ko Ku He. 11H HI. 1.41 Kaul.
Ak. 82 HI. 1.66 Kaul.. a He. 28V HI 40
Pauku a hlkl I ko Kaheana lol. Alalia
He. 32 Hi. 7t Pauku ma ko Kaheana a
hlkl I kahl I lioomakal.
MALOKO IA APANA t EKA.
Apana 3, 1 lol. Kahalao. E hoomaka
ma ke klhl Akau makal 0 kela pill ana I
na I il 0 Kuluahl ame ko Kaukl; a e holo
ana He. Alii HI. 1 Kaul. ma ko Kuluahl,
Pacific Import Co.
We beg to inform the Ladies
that we have Just opened out
five cases of Embroideries, In
sertions, and All-Over Bmbroid
eriesl,000 pieces of Embroid
eries of all grades in widths and
qualities to select from, high
novelties in new patterns that
must be seen to be appreciated.
Having imported the same direct
from the largest manufacturer
in Switzerland, we are able to
sell the same at very reasonable
We invite inspection.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
S. EHRLICH, Manager.
a hlkl I ke klhl Hema makal 0 kela; alalia
He. 45 Kom. 1.48 Kaul. ma ke akaakai;
alalia Ak. 43 15 Kom. 1.18 Kaul. ma k
Kapule; alalia Ak. 50K HI. 1.40 Kaul. ma
ko Kaukl a hlkl I kahl I lioomakal.
Maloko 0 la Apana 15-100 Eka,
2nd. All that portion of the land de
scribed in R. P. 158, L. C A. 5919 to
Pahuhulu, as Is described In deed of
Palauhulu to Nakea, dated Mav, 1857,.
and of record In Liber 27 on page 410.
3rd. All that land, being a portion of the
makal half of R. P. 158, L. C. A. 5919, to
Palauhulu, more particularly described as
Beginning-at the northwest corner of the
land of M. Phillips & Co. adjoining the
Protestant church yard, and running south
33 East 5.25 chains along the line dividing
the mauka from the makal half of R. P.
1 c8: thence south 6 West I os-loo chains
along the land of Puka to the Government
road; thence north 33H West 5.30 chains
along the Government road to the Protes
tant church yard; thence north 64H East
1.95 chains along the said church yard to
the point of commencement. Containing
an area of 1 027-1000 acres.
4th. hive undivided shares or Interest In
the land known as the Ahupuaa of Wal
kane. and held and owned by a number of
people as tenants In common, and called
the Hul of Walkane.
5th. All that land at Kumunul. Wal
kane aforesaid, and more particularly de
scribed In R. P. 152, L. C. A. 6051, to
gether with dwelling houses, cook house,
servants' dwellings, stable and bath house
6th. That certain spring of waterknown
as Ulawlni, situate in the Ahupuaa of
Walkane, conveyed by the officers of said
Hul of Walkane to P. C. Jones, together
with the pipes leading the water from
said spring to the last above mentioned
7th. Lease from the officers of said Hul
of Walkane of about ten acres of land
known as the Peterson lot; rent paid In
full to October 1st, 1907.
8th. Note for t20 secured by mortgage
dated May 17, 1890, at 12 per cent per
annum, made bv Plnl to Peterson, Larsen
and Hopkins, of his Interest In the Hul of
Tne property above described has for
the most part been used as a country resi
dence, and has on a portion thereof two
dwelling houses, onthouses, stables, etc.,
all In good order and condition. A portion
of the land's three pieces are leased, and
bring In a rental of S155 a year.
P. C. Jones, Esq., who Is the owner of
the other undivided half of said property,
has consented to a sale of his half at the
same time and place, and will join In the
deed for his half Interest with the Guar
dian, so that the party buying can secure
the whole property. The five shares In
the Hul of Walkane represent nearly a
sixth interest in between 1,500 and 1,600
acres, consisting of Kula and rice land, the
land being known as the Ahupuaa of
Upset price for all the above propertv
will be 12,000.00.
Deeds at the expense of purchaser.
Dated Honolulu, January 3rd, 1000.
For further particulars apply to Cecil
Brown, Esq., or
J. F. MORGAN,
By order of Judge Perry, the above sale
Is postponed to Saturday, Feb. 10th, loco
at the same hour and place.
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