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THE EVKN1NG BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, FE13RUAKY 5, l'JOD.
CoIumH-i, Rambler & Hartford bicycles e-m to
be jus', ab ut -he right thins. We have h id samples of these wli -els and
wl'l haea'lR stOvk by the "Australia" In two weeks. Most of the
Chilnless Col nnbtas are sold to arrive there Is siuli adfinmd hiruiis
wheel. Thev are a nmmJs llehtcr this year and are fitted with the
SPECIU TROPIC L TIRI1 which makes them a r-'rfect mount for
these Is' an Is I he C -lumbla Ch Unless weighs less than 25 pounds and
ue k laraniic It for any rider weighing up to 303 pounds. Our HARP
FORD and R ilHl.UK chain wheels are beauties, call and see the simples
We have as co.n.Mele repair shop as ever, though It I not conveniently
lolled at present. Daring this year we expect to get back to the old
co-tier, where a fuv nu:ern department Is to be fitted up in our ne.v store.
75 At present we sell, rent an J repair wneeis in me oricit duuuhik on me
ll upper side of King street opposite to where our old stand was and are able
i to do the best repair wor' done In town,
Chalnless, and sell any model of Columbia, Rambler or Hartford ror cash
or on easy Installments. We want your custom.
0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Oor. Fort and Kins: Sts.
Washington, Jan. 23. Mr. Montague
White, the South African diplomat now
In this country, today authorized tho
The Impression that Is said to exist
tn certain quarters that Dr. Leyds Is
not recognized by foreign powers ns
the diplomatic minister of tho South
African Republic on nccount of Grcnt
Britain's claim to suzerainty, Is false.
Or. Leyds Is credited to and fully
recognized as Minister Plenipotentiary
of the South African Ilepubllc by the
following powers: Russia, Germany,
France, Holland, Bolgulm nnd Portu
gal. Tho South African Republic was
represented nt different courts In E11
ropo and on tho continent for many
years past by Dr. Leyd's predecessor,
the Into Jo'ikheer Beolncrts van Block
land, who has also lieen Indirectly
recognized by Great Britain.
"Tho suzerainty was created by the
convention of 1881. In 1S97 It was sud
denly revived by Mr. Chamberlain. Tho
Government of tho South African Re
public, strenuously repudiated tho
claim and they have heen supported In
this by every International lawyer of
note on the continent, as well as by
such eminent authorities ns President
of Wesley. Sir Edward Clark and Sir
William Harcourt in Great Britain
The International status of the South
Afrlcnn Republic Is moreover recogniz
ed by Great Britain as tho following
extinct from tho ofllclal quoted letter
of Lord Derby, dated February 15, 1881
" 'Your government will be left freo
to govern tho country without Inter
ference and to conduct its diplomatic
Intercomso and shapo its foreign
policy subject only to the requirements
embodied In the fourth nrtlclo of tho
new treaty, namely that any treaty
ivlth any foreign Btnto shall not bo ef
fective without tho approval of tho
Pi'ccmitions In New Zenlnnil.
Tho dreaded bubonic plague has at
lust got within striking dlstanco of our
Bhorcs, Bays tho Auckland Herald, nnd
has already made its apponranco In
South Australia under circumstances
so mysterious as to glvo rise to gen
eral ahum, it Is evident that the man
who tiled of the tllscaso In South Aus
tralia was moving about freely among
the population, nnd might hnvo Infect
ed tho whole community. Tho fact that
wo are In tho direct lino of communi
cation with tho Infected port of Hono
lulu has loused the health authorities
of tho colony to n senso of vigilance,
In order to prevent tho dlscaso perms
from rcnchlng this country. Tho most
stringent Inspection by tho health (.'Ul
cers of all vessels nrrlvlng from Infiet
ed ports has been ordered. Tho Hon.
J. G. Waul has ordered n supply of
plaguo antt-toxln from tho Indian
Government, In caso nny 'feigns of
plaguo mako their appearance, and li.'s
telegraphed to tho civic authorities ot
tho principal towns to take oxtra j 10
cautlons with regard to tho sanitary
condition of tho cities. Steps nro be
ing taken In Auckland to scctiro n
thorough inspection of tho city, nnd a
largo staff of Council employes have re
ceived Instructions to talto part In tho
work. Tho Inspection will probably
occupy a week, and thero Is no reason
to fear that a disease such as tho bu
bonic plague, which springs from tho
filth of great cities, will ever bo fos
tered here, even should It reach our
A proclamation has been made in tho
ofllclal Gazette at Wellington, declar
ing South Australia to bo Infected with
THE LAST OAR.
The last cars ot tho King street line
Suing to Walklkl and Palama pass the
Anchor Saloon. Tho clovcrest mixolo
gists In tho city aro thoro nlwaya to
put you up anything you may deslra
Drop in nnd tako a drop boforo you
take the car. The celebrated Seattle
beer Is to bo had hero on draught A
full lino of liquors, Including the fa
mous Jesso Mooro WhUkey, etc., al
ways on ban... Received per Warrl
moo. Rainier Bock Beer on draught
Tho Anchor Saloon Is hero to plcaso lt
The over popular Rainier beer la bo
coming a household word and "will
you have a glass of Seattlo," Is more
often heard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon has tho beer on tap or
Livery nnd boarding stables at Long
IS RECOGNIZED, ml T I fi IT " T I
rent the well Known Columbia
SECOND ANNUAL STATEMENT OF
THE HANK OF HAWAII, LTD.,
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS
DECEMBER 30, 1899:
Section 14 of the Banking Laws of 1884
requires that on the last Monday In Janu
ary of every year, banks must make a
statement of their affairs as of the 1st dav
of January. The following is the state
ment of the condition of the Bank of
Hawaii. Ltd., on the 1st day of January,
1000. The capital of the corporation Is
5400,000, divided into 4,000 shares of
$100 each, paid up In full :
Loans and Discounts 51,036,409 43
Call Loans and Overdrafts. .
Hawaiian Govt. Bonds ....
Lease Safe Deposit Building
and Office Furniture
Hawaiian Govt. Warrants
and Coupons..! 8,830 60
Due from Other
Banks 1 54.914 51
Cash on Hand . 227,289 18
Capital, 4,coc sharey t 40000000
Undivided Profits 66,698 56
Deposits 1,174,961 99
Certified and Cashier's Ch'ks 9,032 00
Due to Other Banks 102,526 72
Dividends uncalled for 1,575 00
(Total Dividends paid In 1S99,
I, C. II. COOKE, Cashier, do solemnly
swear that the above statement Is true to
the best of my knowledge and belief.
C. H. COOKE,
Examined and found correct :
GEO. R. CARTER,
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
3rd day of January, A. D. 1900.
HARRIET E. WILDER,
1442 Notary Public.
On WEDNESDAY, Pob. 7,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the premises corner King and Fort
streets, I will sell at Public Auction, by
order of E. O. Hall & Sons, all the wood
work, flooring, flooring joists, iron shutters
doors and frames, glass sashes, slate roof.
Ing, etc., of their former place of business
flagstaff with Irons, In good condition; a
a large tree, etc.
Also a large supply of paints, oils, hard
ware, etc., for which they now have no
J AS. F.
P I O N E E 11
Tho Regular Monthly Mooting of tho
Plonoor llulldlng and Loan Association
will bo hold at tho Clminlxjr of Com
merce on MONDAY KVENLNO, Feo
5th, 100(1, at 7:S0 o'clock.
Paymonts nro required In gold.
1415 A. V. GEAR, Socrotary.
Kona Sugar Co., Ltd.
Notice Is hereby given that Assessment
No. 7 of 10 per cent on the assessable stock
of the KONA SUGAR CO., Is due and
payable February 2, icco.
F. W. McCHESNEY,
Honolulu, Feb. t, 19 . i445'iw
i lie baoK 01 Hawaii, lu .
ffcCJMi. t tbti column trtltbi imtttttt att$etnti
V)S-Z ,1 line fit it irterlion; 10 unit teeonJinur
lion, t" etnU 4 wttk j. ?o etntt m month, Ibtt ii ttt
cttaput itr thing tier ojftrtJ tttftoplt of Honolulu
WANTEt- YOt'NO WOMAN In help In strre,
Apply NLW GNUlAM)llKfcUY. lur-tl
UfANrrti-oiricF hoy, i.
Ian riMirlc Co., lu.sJay, lt
rrt)-C)l riCP HOY. lion. t. brlRlil nJ re
.clAlii lan at iiaw.ii-
n 8 ana to o ciwk.
UANTED-A COMI'LTENT STENOGRAPHER
vv ab e ti) imlst In enrr.it office work. Apply In
hanJurlilnit tn b. P. O. Ilax 1(4, staling experience
anJ iirveri,cte4 np't
WANTtD-N. I!. llURtiLSS dwi all klnJ ot
small repilrlnc. Lawn Mocr anJ (,arJ-n
llnse, are ipfdaliles. Lawn Muu.rj will be call
ed for, by ringing up . Also a lew tor rent
Pensacnla stretl ii4-H
SITUATIONS WANTDD-AnyoneCeiltlnE the ser
vices o( laborers, servants, butlers, yardmen,
l.lunJrymcn and women, should Imm dlate affliction
tn iupt. C. A. Doyle, at the Drill bhed Detention
ANTED-Menlo know that they can cet shaved
hv a white barber for t4 cents at H. JEFrS.
6io'4 Tort street, opp Club Stables iioo-tf
WRITING AND ACCOUNTING DONE accurate
ly: moderate rates. MR. MUM, care People's
Express Co ; or General Delivery. I', O iw-
COMPETENT GERMAN GIRL WANTED for
V- general housework and care ol children. Kelt
ences required. Apply CI. M.. Dulletln office i;6o
RR SALE-GrnlteCsRRIAGE HORSE. 7 ean
old, i Set of Harness, Surrey with rubber tires
Call on 0. H. UfcRKEY, Rooms Mj-104. Judd
COR SALE-Lol of
NION EXPRESS CO at Bulletin office.
COR SALE Day Gelding In fine condition, quiet
r and reliable cheap. Owner leaving country.
COR SALE $4500. Lease of a large tenement
1 house situated near the heart of the town Pres
en, Net Monthly Income s ft
1 4 4 1 No. 110 Fort sleet,
I jo years to run.
Lease of Cottage centrally.
Ground rent $11 per month.
No. Jio Tort street.
COR SALE $1500. New Modern Cottage and lot
atKealo. Lot 50x100. A bargain as a home.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE.
1,41 No. Iio Tort street.
COR SALE-A 5X3 Anthony Camera, reversible
r back, with wide angle Morrison lens. Inquire at
tnls office , uiB-tf
COR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
T CITY. DyJ. M. VIVAS. n8.
I OST Bishop & Co.'a Certificate of Deposit No.
I ijiW, frrfiooo. In favor of Wm. II Coney, has
been Inst. Pament has been stopped, and all parlies
are cautioner against negotiating tne same.
Honolulu, Feb. 1, 1900. I4(l3t
LOST A Silver MEDAL engraved Otto Uumester
Tinder kindly return to Uullelln office. I44i-nv
FOUND A Golf Cape, gray cloth with fine blue
and maroon sltlris and Scotch plaid lining
rindercan have same by calling
at tnis ouice ana
paving costs ot aavertising.
TO LET A suite of Housekeeping Rooms unfur
nlshed ill BereUnls street. 1441-1I
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE. Fort St
rooms and attendance In city, t!
Notice to Intendinji Pas-
snivel's pep s. S-
Notice Is hereby given that passeiiReis
for San Francisco per S. S. AUSTRALIA,
hence on the 20th inst., will have to
comply with the United States Health
Reculatlons prior to depatture for San
Francisco to the entire satisfaction of the
United States Consul-General and Federal
Health Officer. Such passengers must ie
port at the office of the United States
Consul-General ard Federal Health Officer
not later than 12 o'clock noon, Tuesday,
the 6th Inst.
Honolulu. H. I., Feb. 5, I9
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LTD.,
Acents, Oceanic Steamship Co.
Will ho received nt tho oluco ot tho
Minister of tho Interior till 12 o'clock
noon of Wednesday, February 7th for
tho construction of nu addition to tho
Honolulu Post Offlco.
Plans nnd specifications at Office ot
Superintendent of Public Works.
Tho Minister docs not hind himself
to necept tho lowest or any bid.
Minister of tho Interior.
Honolulu, II. I Jan. 30, 1900.
Premium on Gold.
It Is very likely thnt boforo vory long
thero will bo no distinction mado bo
tween gold and sllvor nccounts at tho
banks. So says a prominent bank ofll
clal. Tho premium on gold Is now only
ono-clghth of one per cent ond Is tend
ing toward a smaller margin. Even
now tho banks nro paying out gold on
If tho premium Is abolished tho rate
of oxenange will bo very much ro-
duced In tho near futuro, thus tending
to keep gold coin In tho country. Mer
chants will prefer paying n small
premium to sending tho coin out ot tho
country In bulk.
Accurate history and Interesting
stories of the campaign are told in
On To Manila.
4 Jij .6
5-55 8 '5
j. 40 9.
8.17 9 46
First quarter of tho moon on tho Cth
nt C:C3 a. tn.
Tldea from tho United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides nt Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh, 30m
Blower than Greenwich time, being
that of tho mer .Ian of 157 30. Tho
tlmo whistle .ws nt 1:30 p. m.,
which Is the amo ns Greenwich Oh.
Weather Bureau, Ptinnhoti, Feb. 5.
Tcmpernturo Morning minimum,
Ct; Midday maximum, 73.
Daromctor at 9 a. m. 30.05. Rising.
Rainfall 0.53. Total for storm 0.CS.
Dew Point C1F.
Humidity nt 9 n. m. 7S per cent.
Rain general nil over this Islnnd.
Diamond Head Blgnnl Station, Feb.
C. Weather clear; wind light NNE.
Saturday, I'cb. 3.
Lehua, Bennett, from Moloknl
Sunday, Feb. 4.
Am. schr. Defiance, Blom, from l'u
get Sound via Aberdeen, Jan . C; CSS,
811 feet lumber to City Mill Co.
Am. bk. Charles D. Kenney, Ander
son, 39 days from Chcmanus, B. C;
1.CC9 tons coal to Allen & Robinson.
Stmr. Upolti, Hennlng&cn, from Ha
waii. Schr. Mol Wahlr.e, from Hawaii
Saturday, Feb. 3.
Am. bchr. Llltlbonne .Hansen, for
Gray s Harbor In ballast.
Am. achr. Chas, E. Falk, Drown, for
Am. hg. J. D. Spreckels, Christian
sen, for Sail Francisco.
Br. S. S. Bloemfonteln, Dlelloch, for
Schr. Golden Gate. Pahla, for Knu
nakakal. TO SiVIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr. Lehua, Bennett, for Knunnka
kal, Maunalcl and Olowalu at 5 p. m.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Stmr. Kauai, Bruhu, for Lahalnn and
Kaannpall at 4 p. 111.
Stmr. Keauhou, Mosher, for Nawlli
wlll, Koloa, Eleele, Makawell, Walmea
and Kekaha at 4 p. 111.
JAMES WEIR ROBERTSON
The late James Weir Robertson, sad
ly numbered among the victims of tho
plague, was born at Carson, Novada,
forty-ono yenrs ago. He came to Ho
nolulu the latter part ot 1S79 or the first
ot 1S80. Almost ever since, or for near
ly twenty years, ho has been In the em
ploy of the John T. Waterhousc firm,
staying In Its grocery department when
It was lately merged In the corporation
of H. May & Co., Ltd.
Fifteen years ago Mr. Robertson
mart led Margaret, tho eldest daughter
of tho late Georgo Emmes. He leaves
her with flvo children two daughters
nnd three sons. The eldest dnughtcr
was at home when the father was
stricken nnd U now nt the Kallhl de
tention enmp in quarantine. All thrco
of tho boys are boarding pupils In
Iolaul school, the well-known Institu
tion presided over by Bishop Willis of
the Anglican church. Mrs, Robertson
Is under special medical treatment In
California, her youngest daughter an
Infant born nbroad and nover seeing
her father being cared for by her
mothor's sister, Mrs. O. P. Crozler, In
tho same country.
Mr. Robertson was a very quiet man,
who kept his own counsel, so thnt lit
tle la known ot his business affairs. Ho
had a policy for $5,000 In tho Mutual
Benefit Lifo Insuranco Company, Ills
prlvato papers, together with a valu
able collection of postago stamps, have
been preserved and fumigated. Mr.
Robertson enjoyed the respect nnd
goodwill of all who know him. No bet
tor encomium can bo passed to his
memory than a statement of tho fact
that hla loss Is generally regarded as
that ot n good citizen, Mr. Robertson
seemed to ho a regular standby for Jury
Bcrvlco with tho Judiciary department,
as his nnmo has appeared about two
terms out of every three on the panel
for many years.
Mr. Baldwin Sends Taro.
Walluku, Feb. 2. Sonator Baldwin,
tho Maul philanthropist, is sending
down per Claudino this weok 300 bags
of taro and CO bags ot sweet potatoes
tor tho nntlves tn Honolulu rendered
hemolcss by tho recent fire. Other la
dles and gentlemen on Maul aro also
sending down to tho Honolulu Board
ot Health, rice, clothing, etc., to be dis
tributed among tho needy.
Fish Inspector Berndt has
come, across some very curious
and beautiful fish lately which
are being pau.u.d by K.INU
BROS, artis A very peculiar
crab is on view in KING
BROS window, Hotel street.
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Guardian's Sale of Real
Uv direction of Belle F. Jones. Guardian
of bdwln Austin Jones, Helen Jones, Mar
garet Jones and Catherine Hay Jones,
minors, and acting unJcr nnd by virtue of
an order Issued out of the Circuit Court of
the First Circuit, dated the 2nd day of
January, tooo, I am directed to sell nt
public auction, at my salesroom In the city
of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, on Saturday,
the 27th day of January, 1000, at 12
o'clock noon of that day, all the right,
title and Interest of said minors, being an
undivided half of, in nnd to all those cer
tain pieces or parcels of land situate at
Walkane, District of Koolaunoko, Island
of Oahu, and more particularly described
as follows :
1. All that land described In R. P. 186,
L. C. A. 5723 and 8995 to Kalkalna, more
particularly described as follows:
Apanai. 6loikalome ke Kakuahale
Mamane. E hoomaka ma ke klhl Hema
makal 0 kela ma ke klhl 0 ka pa hau, ke
klhl akau makal 0 ko Makakukae pill ana
I ko Ku halua, a e holo ana He, Oo'i Kom.
2.51 Kaul. ma ka pa hau, ma ko Maka
kukae, a hlki I ka lllil kae pall I ke klhl
Ak. makal o ka lol 0 Kaheana; Alalia He.
7$( Kom. 2.38 Kaul. II10 ana ma ka pall
a pll anamaua auwal ma ko Kaheana;
He. 55W Kom. 1.22 Kaul. ma ko Kaheana
a hfkl I ke klhl Hema mauka 0 kela;
alalia Ak. 15 Kom. 2.50 Kaul. ma ko
Kaheana ame ko Ku a hlki I ke kumu
nail: alalia Hlk. t.47 Kaul. ma ke kumu
pall, a hlki I ko Kaheana mala ulu; alalia
ak. 00 mik. 2.25 Kaui. ma ko Kaheana, a
pli ana a hikl I ka lllil kae pall, alalia Ak.
59 2-4 HI, 1.00 Kaul. ma kula a hlki I ka
puhala, ke klhl akau makal 0 kela, a ke
kllii Akau mauka 0 ko Ku kahua. Alalia
He. 31K HI. 2.04 Kaul. ma ko Ku Kahua-
Male a nuu 1 icani 1 noomakai. nialoko 0
la Apana 1 13-100 Eka.
Apana 2, 6 lol. Mamane. E hoomaka
ma ke klhl Hema makal o kela kahl e
wallio ana He. 61 Kom. 73 Pauku trial ke
klhl Hema mauka 0 ka Apana 1 ma!, pill
ana hoi mc na lol elua 0 Kaheana ame
kahl lol nahelehele. A e holo ana He.
49?j Kom. ma ka auwal ma ko Kaheana;
alalia He. 2$' Hi. 85 pauku ma ko Ka
heana; alalia ma kahl walho wale He. 14
Kom 96 pauku, a He. 62 45 Kom. 93
pauku, a Ak. 37 Kom. 1 Kaul. a moku ka
auwal. Alalia Ak. 40'A HI. Iho
ana ma ka auwal; alalia Ak. 7 40 Kom.
1.44 Kaul. a hlki I ke klhl Hema makal 0
ka lol poallma. Alalia ma ka lol poalima
Ak. i6, Kom. 88 pauku; a Hi.TjJi' Kom.
2.56 Kaul. Alalia Ak. 18 Kom. t.50
Kaul. a hikl I ke kumupall. Alalia ma ke
kumupall a ma ka auwal. Ak. 60 HI. 1.05
Kaul., a Ak. 76U HI. 1.73 Kaul. a hikl
I ke klhl Akau mauka 0 ko Ku lol;
alalia ma ko Ku He. 11 Jf HI. 1.41 Kaul.
Ak. 82 Hi. 1.66 Kaul.. a He. 28' HI 40
Pauku a hikl I ko Kaheana lol. Alalia
He. 32 HI. 71 Pauku ma ko Kaheana a
hlk! I kahl I hoomakal.
MALOKO IA APANA 1 EKA.
Apana 3, 1 lol. Kahalao. B hoomaka
ma ke klhl Akau makal 0 kela pill ana I
na I )l 0 Kuluahl ame ko Kaukl: a e holo
ana He. 47'i 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 seme at very reasonable
We invite inspection.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
S, EHRLICH, Manager.
a hikl I ke klhl Hema makal 0 kela; alalia
He. 45 Kom. 1.48 Kaul. ma ke akaakal;
alalia Ak. 43 15 Kom. 1. 18 Kaul. ma ko
Kapule: alalia Ak. 50H HI. 1.40 Kaul. ma
ko Kaukl a hikl I kahl I hoomakal.
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
Pdlauhulu to Nakea. dated Mav. 1857.
and of record In Liber 27 on page 410.
3rd. All tliat land, being a portion or the
makal half of R. P. 158, L. C. A. 5919, to
Palauhulu. more oartlcularlv described as
. Beginning at the northwest comer 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.
158; thence south 6. West I oe.ioo chain
along the land of Puka to the Government
road; thence north 33M West 5.30 chains
along the Government road to the Protes
tant church yarn; thence north 04 tf East
1.95 chains along the said church yard to
the point of commencement. Containing
an area of 1 027-1000 acres.
4th. Five undivided shares or Interest In
the land known as the Ahupuaa of Wal
kane. and held nnd owned by a number -of
people as tenants In common, and called
the Hul of Walkane.
5U1. 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 water known
as Ulawlnl, situate In the Ahupuaa of
Walkane. conveyed by the officers of said
Hul of Walkane to P. C. Juries, together
with the pipes leading the water from
said spring to the -last above mentioned
7H1. 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 f 1 20 secured by mortgage
dated May 17, 1890, at 12 per cenUper
annum, made by Pinl to Peterson, Larsen
and Hopkins, of his interest In the Hul of
Tne Drooertv above described ha 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 J155 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 nnd 1,600
acres, consisting of Kula and rice land, the
land being known as the Ahupuaa of
Upset price for all the above property
will be 1 12,000.00.
Deeds at the expense of purchaser.
Dated Honolulu, January 3rd, 1900.
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. loth, loco
at the same hour and place.
VJl -M .
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