Newspaper Page Text
f!niimvnw;:iK- "' -- vpf"
ATKINSON &r JTJDD,
A.L.C.Alltluoii ami Albert F.JuddJr.)
-I li..n .. T n,.
UUIlK,ll" o Ub cv,w . j
Ofllco ovnr Hilu .V I'n.'s Bunk, cor.
Kaabuinaim mul Merchant streets.
T. MoOANTS STEWART,
Councilor at Law.
tu;ro Block, nppiw ito Catholic Church
Fort Ktri'ft, Honolulu, H. 1.
,S2 'Iolophotio 1122
R. D. S1LL1MAN.
30S Judd Building. Telephone 213.
attorney at Law and
.1. M. KANEAKUA,
Attornoy jiikI Counsellor Mt
Olllee: In tlio Occidental Hotel,
corner of King and Alakea Streets,
SV. C. Aom. Knock Johnson.
Attorneys and Counselors
uitlco So. !0 West King htreot.
F. M. li ROOKS.
Attorney at Law
bHrtckels Building. Fort Street,
8. A. MOTT-SMITH ,
ib AOVED to the Judd
Block, Fort St.
Surgeons, Physicians and Dentists.
A, C. WALL, D. D. S.,
0. E. WALL, D. D. S.,
Reinovo I to Dav H111I1II113, Herotaiiln
Practice limited to .Surgery and
OFFICE AND Rl:Sll)l:NCli : HAWAIIAN
HOTI-X. I4j6 I
"R. WALTER HOFFMANN.
BERETANIA STREET, (opposite tho
Oflico hours, 8 to 10 a. in.: 1 to 3 p.
tn.; 7 to S I- 111. Siimlnvs. S 10 it n. in.
Telephone f.10. P. O. Box fiui.
OK. V GORDON HODGINS.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE. GEDGE
COTTAGE, coiner Hotel and Richards
streets. Olllco hours: 9 to 11; 2 to I;
7 to 8. Telephone 933. 1213
ML i N. SINCLAIR
. School street, between Emma and Fort.
Hours: o-joa. in.. 34 p. m., 7S p. m.j
Sundays 9-10 a. in, 1416
BR. I. MORI,
130 Ilcretnnla Street, between Emma
and Fort streets.
Tolornuno 277. P. O. Box St.'I.
Oflico Hours 9 to 12 n. in. and 7 to
8 p. til.; Sundays, 9 to 12 a. in. 1229
m uihi.unu in
v H il v h 11 n
IVIJ LUIll li'l Hill
t I I ll M I I I M
Supported by Viilnntary Conlr,,-uloiis.
FREE TREATMENT to tho v.n' of
For Information as to curu Ml-
mlxslon mul M tlio Nurvluu, nto., 010. ,
API'ly Ht tho
Third Khxir, J'rogrets Block.
Subscription inav bo loft with J. F.
Hackfold, L. C. Abies or Or. Nloggolt.
Telephoned 10S6 t nb. P. O. Box tt.
O. H. BERREY, 1 Manager.
DifRcnlt RollectioM a Siecialtv.
HdmilHln HbrbiUIb AeoHcy
Room 10, Sprcckcls Building
Collections a specialty. Prompt re
mittances. No fee charged unless collc
Ion Is made. 1442
Situated on the cast side of
Kalilii Valley. The view to
Pearl Harbor is the bust in
the city of Honolulu. The
soil is very deep; 110 stones
or rocks on the place.
Water will ho laid before
purchasers are ready to build"
A space will ho set apart,
in memory of the Princess
Kaiulani, for 11 park.
The lots will ho sold at the
lowest prices in the market,
with which other real estate
agents will not afford to com
pote. Applications for lots will
bo received at our oflico, and
will bo given preference of
ehosing lots in tho order they
For further particulars ap
10 WEST KING ST.
I A FEW VERY DESIRABLE BUILD
I ING LOTS on Nuuanu Avenue, at Nlo
1 lopa, Nuuanu Valley, for sale. Apply to
J. M. MONSARRAT,
Cartwrlght Block, Merchant street.
I'lie closing of tenders for the addition
of the Honolulu Post Office has been post
poned until Wednesday, Feb. 14, 1900, at
the same Sour and place.
Minister of the Interior.
Februiiy 12, 1900. !453-2t
I Holders of water privileges, or thost
paying water rates, are hereby notllled
tbat thu hours for irrigation purposes
ore from f to 8 o'clock a. m. and from
4 to C o'clock p. m.
t'uporiutcudcut Water Works.
Ai, ved by A. YOUNO.
Minister of Interior.
Hoi Zulu, uta- M. 189.
Just received ex Mruinn
Ala. To be seen at the Sale Yards'
Has removed to
HI Fort street
next to Lucas Mill.
ANOTHER $10,000 YOTED
The Council of State enlled for 2 p.
111. yesterday and opening somo min
utes later, was constituted by Presi
dent Dole, Ministers Mott-Smlth,
Young and Damon, Councillors C. Uni
te, secretary, P. C. Jones. .1. A. Ken
nedy, S. K. Ka-ne, John Una, Mark P.
Kohinsnn, .1. I.. Kmtltikott, A. (1. M.
RobntBon. A. V. Gear and W. C. Achi.
Minutes of the two previous meet
ings weio read by the secretary. He
then read 11 letter from the Citizens'
Sanitary Committee, containing n
resolution urging the extension of the
President Dolo remarked that the
Executive Council deemed this matter
one that Bhould bo reserved for the
Legislature, if there were reasonable
hopes that a Legislature would bo as
sembled In tho near future.
Minister Damon propounded the spe
cial business of tills meeting, which
was a request from tho Executive 1
Council for an appropriation of $10,000
for completing tlio Vineyard street de
tention camp. Including the laying of
a sewer to the river. He submitted nn
estimate of $9,300 by Mr. Edwards,
Mr. Robertson moved, seconded by
John Ena, that the bill pass.
Mr. Jones asked It the Kakaako de
tention camp could not bo used for the
people needing accommodation.
Mr. Damon replied tliat necessity
might arise for using the Kaltanko
camp also within a few weeks. It was
well to have the peoplo requiring shel
ter divided. The Government should
leave nothing undono which was re
quired for preserving these people
from destitution, overcrowding and
Mr. Gear asked for information as to
the reversion of the buildings to the
Government when their detention pur
poses wnro ended.
Mr. Kniilukou followed on tho same
line of questioning, recommending de
lay until tho matter could bo cleared
Mr. Young could not give tho desir
ed Information nt the moment. The
property could bo leased for a term
nftev the (lint year, in which It was
offered rent frco by Mr. Richards, or
the Government could buy the land for
$13,000. Referring to the engineer's
plan, he said If the whole amount
should not bo needed It would not bo
Mr. Gear said It had been necessary
at the outset to provlilo homes for tho
people, but now other accommodation
for them wns available. It was very
generous of the owners to give tho
Inml free for 0110 year, but lio thought
It would bo advisable before spending
$S.000 or $10,000 on additional build
ings to have tho question of improve
Mr. Achi wns in favor of voting tho
money nnd trusting the Government to
make satisfactory arrangements with
tlio owners. Tho way people released
from quarantlno were herding together
wns dangerous to the public health.
Mr. Robertson ngreed with the pre
Mr. Gear believed they could not
control the people nfter their release.
I'hey would herd together by clans,
There was no help for this sort of thing
until Chinatown could bo rebuilt.
However, with the adoption of Mr.
Robertson's suggestion tbat tho Gov
ernment should stipulate for posses
sion of the buildings nt the end of tho
term, tho speaker would support the
The motion then passed without dis
sent, ending the business of tho meet
ing. WAS 1IECKLEY THREATENED,
Illlo, Feb. 10. Tlio case of Hockley
vs Rlchley, that tho latter bo put un
der bonds to keep tho peace, has occupi
ed tho attention of tho District Couit
during most of tho present week.
Tho trouble aroso 011 Sunday last
when Mr. Rlchley's zeal pro bono pub
lico led him to threaten Mr. Ilecklev
with a sudden and violent death. This
at least was the testimony of tho wit
nesses for the prosecution, Messrs.
Hole. W. II. Little. J. R. Wilson, Mc
Donough and tin complalnniit Hcckley.
Tho Judge sized up tho bunch and
came to the conclusion that thoy nil
boro too close a resemblance to Georgo
Washington to tell a lie. As to tlio
exact words of tho threat there was
some dllferenco of opinion, some claim
ing that Hcckley was to bo deprived of
tho vital spark in caso the plague made
Its appearance In Illlo; others that tlio
act was to take plnco In caso it was
brought hero through his Instrumen
tality in allowing steamers to land
Tlio eldenco went to show that
Georgo really thought the other inan
meant It, and was In great bodily ter
ror from that tlmo until Sunday even
ing, nt which tlmo ho swore out a war
rant for tho arrest of Ills liitlmldntor.
Judgo llapal maintained in Ills deci
sion that Hcckley had good reason for
his fear; that, moreover, ho could not
bo reasonably held responsible for tho
fact, even it plague should appear In
tlllo. Therefore ho fixed Mr. Rlchloy's
bonds at $1,000 to keep tho peaco for
0110 year. J. It. Wilson is bondsman
Illlo peoplo generally consider tlio
nlTalr a lingo Joke, IJeckloy being tho
only 0110 who considered ho was In nny
Tho over popular Rainier hc.tr 's be
omlng n household word nnd "will
mn have a glass of Seattle," Is more
ften heard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon has tho beer on tap or
n bottles. "
For rough sailor hats, rlubons, etc.,
try Mrs. Hanna, Fort street "
Ring up 191 when you want n reliable
I river, a good hack and no over charg
Jcttfipjtatr rjr- aphM
IM'pas'BJM M iiiiii
U. I., WEDNESDAY, FE13RUA11Y II, 11)00.
COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF REAL
AND PERSONAL PROPERTY.
Pursuant to an order niado by Hon
orable A. pw Vii-gt Judgo of tho Cir
cuit Court ... .-- ''"irsl Judicial Circuit,
filed tho 3 7 of January, A. D.
1900, 1 nm directed to sell at public
auction, subject. 10 confirmation by the
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 3d, 1900.
At 12 o'clock noon of that day, all tho
right, tltlo nnd Interest of Gcnovlovo
Dowsctt, Marion C. Dowsctt, being nn
undivided ono-twclfth Interest each of
said minors, and also tho one-twelfth
Intel est of Madeline C. K. Dowsett and
Annie H. K. Dowsctt, Minors, In the
Estate of James I. Dowsett, deceased,
lunndtonll those, certain pieces nnd par
eels of land sltuato on tho Islands of
Oalui, Maul. Hawaii and Moloknl, and
more particularly described ns follows:
1. Tho land situated In Nuuanu Val
ley, Island of Oabu, described In deed
from John II. Wood to tho Honolulu
Dairy Company, dated April 30th, 1892,
nudiccordcd In tho Registry of Convey
ances in Honolulu In Liber 13C, nt
pages 171 to 177. Containing nn nrca
of 271 acres more or less.
2, Tho land situated nt Kapalama,
In Honolulu, Island of Oahti, known ns
tho Akepo lot, being a part of Royal
Patent No. C572, and described in deed
mado by Knncn nnd J. W. Akepo to
James 1. Dowsctt, dntcd tho 3d day of
February, 1S82, and recorded In Liber
73, on pages 210 to 212. Containing nn
nren of 1.13 ncrcs.
3. Tho land situated at Apua, In Ho
nolulu, described In deed from A.
Francis Judd to David Knhnnu, dated
March 21st, 1870, recorded In Liber 29,
on pages 424 nnd 125, and the land de
scribed la too deed from John O. Dom-
InlsnndE.Mnhla, Administrators of the
estate of Josla Kaaukal, to David Ka-
hanu, dntcd Juno 7th, 1SGG, nnd re
corded In Liber 21 on pages 313 and 31C,
nnd In n deed from Knhananul nnd
Keohokii, her husband, nnd Knluahlno
to David Knlianu, dated September
11th, 1SCC, nnd recorded In Liber 22, on
pages 10C nnd 107.
4. The land situated at Knkanko, In
Honolulu, described In tho deed from
Mookoloho nnd Nnlnoaclun to David
Kahaiiu, dated March 30th, 13S0, nnd
recorded in Liber 03 on pages 415 nnd
41C. Containing nn nrca of 1-5 of nn
5. The land nt Anla, on Lillhn street,
In Honolulu, described In tho deed from
Nikn and Piinlnknla, his wife, nnd
Keakn to David Knlianu, dntcd October
9th, 1SC9, and recorded In Liber 29, on
pages 40 nnd 41; nlso tho land de
scribed in tho deed from John Thomas
Watcrhonso nnd Eleanor, his wife, to
David Knlianu, dntcd January 25th,
1S78, and recorded In Liber CO, on pages
03 and CI; nlso land described In the
deed from Kin Naliaolclua and Nnhclo
to David Knlianu, dated January 10th,
1870, and recorded In Liber 49, on
pages 3S5 and 3SG. Containing an
area of 3.03 ncrcs.
R. Tlio land situate on King street,
in Honolulu, described In tho deed
from F. M. Hatch to James I. Dowsctt,
dated October IStli, 18SS, nnd recorded
in Liber 115, on pages CG and C9. Con
taining nn nrca of 17-100 acres.
7. The land situate at Knpahnlin, Kn
palama, In Honolulu, being 11 portion of
Apana 1, Royal Patent No. 225G, L. C.
A. 2 1 10H.; described In tho deed from
Thomas Carry nnd Mary, his wife, to
James I. Dowsctt, dated Juno 14th,
1857, nnd recorded In Llbcr 10G, on
pages 193 and 191. Containing nn nrca
of 1900 sqmiro feet.
8. Tho 0110 undivided half of tho
hinds situated In Honolulu, known ns
tho land of Kalinolmo and Kahololoa,
L. C. A. 153 to Wm. Sumner, dated
March 5th, 1819.
9. Tho land situated nt Puhawal,
Wnlannc, Island of Oalm, described In
Royal Patent 1073, L. C. A. 74G5, nnd
In tho deed of Pino and Klnlnkun to
Jnmcs I. Dowsett, dated April 30th.
1858, nnd recorded In Liber 110, on
pugo 25G. Containing nn area of C.74
10. Tho land situated on Pearl River
Hay near Honolulu, known ns Puuloa,
containing tin nrca of 2224 acres, nnd
described by metes nnd bounds In tho
deed from Kckiiuonohl to Isaac Mont
gomery, dated September 7th, 1849, nnd
recorded In Liber 4, on pago 4.
11. The land situated nt Honoullull,
nt Ewn, on tho Island of Oalm, com
prising SO acres, moro or less, now un
der lease, to Sing Cliong & Co.
12. Tho land situated nt Kapalama,
Island of Oalm, described In Royal
Patent 238G Issued to John Meek, nnd
comprising U 5S-100 ncrcs; nnd also
tlio land situated nt tho sanio plnce part
of tho 111 of Kalmopn described In L. C.
A. S515, Apana 1, Part 1, nnd com
prising 1 28-1000 acres, moro or less,
which said two last mentioned parcels
of land aro now held under lenso dated
September 15, 1S9G. by Y. Ah In.
13. Tho land situated on tho Island of
Maul, known ns Rose Ranch, compris
ing all tho lands described In certain
Royal Patents and deeds ns follows:
nil tho land described tn tho deed from
Parker N. Mnkco and others to James
I. Dowsctt, dated March 3d, 188G, and
recorded In Llbcr 101, on pages 200 et
scp.; nlso tho leasehold estates In tho
following lands: Lcaso of tho Hawa
iian Government of tho Ahupuaa of
Knnam to Catherine, N. Mnkeo, No. 292,
dated February 9th, 1881: Lenso from
John M. Knpenn to James Makco dated
December 22d, 1S7C, and recorded In
Liber 47. on pago 498. Containing nn
area of 21.G50 acres.
14. Tho land known as Kaulu situate
nt Ewn, Island of Oabu, being part of
Hoacac. Contninlng an area of about
15. The land with nn orango grove
situated nt Hnnn. Island of Mnul.
known as Dowsctt's land. Containing
nn area of V,i acres.
1C. The tnro land situated on the Isl
and of Moloknl, described In Royal
17. The land situated at Walplo, on
the Island of Hawaii, known as Dow
intact uau;a ; ill
18. Tho land situated nt Kapulonn,
In Honokaa, Island of Hnwall, formerly
leased to J. M. Horner & Sons nnd now
occupied under said lcaso by the Pa
cific Sugar Mill. Contninlng an nrca
of 17V& ncrcs.
Also tho leasehold estates in tho fol
lowing lnnds: Tho land of Halawa, tho
land of Kahaulkl, tho land of Lcilchua,
tho land of Mikilua, tho land of Nana
knit nnd tho land of Alcn, all situated
on tho Island of Oalm.
Alho nil tho live stock belonging to
tho Estnto of Jnmcs I. Dowsctt, de
ceased, comprising: C000 head of cat
tle, moro or less, CO head of oxen nnd
bulls, and 213 head of horses nnd
Also nil nnd singular, tho lands, chat
tels, choscs In nctlon, nnd property,
real nnd personal, belonging to tho
Estnto of Jnmcs I. Dowsctt, deceased,
or to which said Estato may bo en
titled, whether herein enumerated nnd
specified or not.
Terms of sale nro Cash in U. S. Gold
Deed nt tho expenso of purchaser. F01
further particulars, apply to Paul Neu
mann, Esq., or
IKCORPORATED UNDER TUB LAWS 1
I OF THB HAWAIIAN REPUBLIC.)
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
Ciias. M. Cookk, President.
V. C. Jonks, Vlco-Prosldent
0. II. CooitK, Cashlor.
F. C. Athkiito.n, Assistant Cashlor.
F. W. Macfnrlano,
E. D. Tonnoy,
J. A. McCandloss.
Solicits tho Accounts of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, nnd will
oarofully and promptly attend to all
business conncctod with banking on
misled to 11. Sell nnd purchase. Forolgn
Exclmngo, IsjmoLottorsof Credit.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT t
Ordinary and Term DopohIih rocolvod,
and lutorost allowod In accordance with
rulos nnd conditions printed In Pass
books, copies of which may bo had upon
OF HAWAII, LTD.
Incorporated Under tho Laws of the
Republic of Hawaii.
Authorized Capital;' $1,000,000
Subscribed Capital, 750,000
Paid Up Capital 500,00o
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
Cecil Drown President
M. P. Robinson Vlco-Presldent
W. G. Cooper Cashier
E. M. Boyd Secretary
Directors Cecil Brown, Mark P.
Robinson, Bruco Cartwrlght, W. Q.
Cooper nnd II. M. Von IiolL
DRAW EXCHANGE ON:
San Francisco The Anglo-Callfor-nla
Chicago Tho Merchants Loan and
Now York J. & W. Sollgman & Com
pany. London Tho Anglo-California
Paris Soclotlo Generalo.
Hamburg M. M. Warburg & Com
pany. Hongkong nnd Yokohama The
Chartered Bank of India, Australia
Australia Tho Union BanU of Aus
Canada Hank of Montrenl.
Berlin Gerbruder Moyor.
Exchange bought and sold Letters
Credit issued on all parts ol the
Harbors no germs. It Is the only floor
suitable for residences, and Its cleanliness
and moderate cost recommend It to all
Plans and estimates cheerfully furnUhed
upon application to
Lewers & Cooke,
Sole Agents for
Johnson's Celebrated Parquetry,
Johnson's Floor Wax.
Johnson's Flour Rrushes,
Supply every variety of Cut Flowers and
Growing Plants. Sprays, Bouquets and
Funeral and Wedding Floral Designs sup
plied on short notice.
Office i corner Fort street and Chaplain
1 ns, oppos" the Catholic Mission.
T7'!H"'T'' "'; .'3fW
Vih. Ki. IttWIO
San r'tancitco Agenli Tiik Nevada.
National Hank ov San Fiianoibco.
San Fiiancisco Tho Nevada Natlonr..
Bank of San Francisco
London Tho Union Bank of London
Nkw Yoiik American Exchange No
CiiJOAdoMorchants National Bank
HintLiN Dresdnor Bank.
UONKONO AND YOKOHAMA Hoilkong .
Shnnghnl Hanking Corporation.
BW ZKALAND AND AtlHTHALlA Bftnl.
f Now Zealand.
VlCTOllIA AND VANCOUVKR-'Bank 0
British North Ainorlea.
Transact a General Banting andEicnugeBuuaii
Depolstn Received. Loans made on Ap-
B roved Security. Commercial and Travelsrt
rcdits Issued. Bills of Exchange bought
tOLLHOTIOWg PBOMrTLT ACCOUNTED KO
MVi&QS & CQ.
Savlmrs Itannaltji umi
roceiveit ami Interest allowod by this
Bank at four and one-half por cent.
Printed conlos of Mm Ttntnu n.,.i i..
illations may bo obtained on application.
viuce hi naiiK DUHUIng on Merchant
BISHOP ,fc CO.
BISSOP cto Cc.
TraiiBact a General Bnnkini
.ntl Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Metiers of Credit issued, avap
bio in all the principal citit.
f the world.
Interest allowed alW Jul,
1, 1898, on fixed deposits I
months 3 ner cont.. ft iimnfi,c
3 por cent., 12 months 4
Pioneer Bui cling and . .
ASSETS, DEC. 31, 1809, $112,677.57.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Savings Hank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on tho monthlv inninii.
Twentieth Series of Stock la now
OFFICERS-T. h Lansing, Presi
dent; S. B. Rose, VIco President: C. II.
Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secretory.
ia,iuiia-r, i'. Lansing, 8. B.
Rose. A. V. Gear. A. W ir.,i, iio...
Smith. J. L. McLenn, J. D. Hol't. C. II
Gray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. GEAR,
, , Sccrotary.
uuimbcr of Commerce rooms.
Ufflco Hours: 12:301:30 p. in.
TJb Voohamfi gpeoie BbdI;
Paid-up Capital ....!
... 24.000.00 yen
.. 12.000.000 yen
The Bank buys nnd receives for col
lection Bills of Mxrlinni-n Inn.. rt..
and Letters of Credit, ana transact
a general banking business.
On F Ml Dtpoilt lor it months, 4 per eo' 1 .
Ob FIhI Dtpoilt for 6 monttii, M
On Fixed Dtpoilt for imoi. 1
BvlwH4 0fl:, at Yokohama, on Cariaoib..
poilt. 1 a-,,, mi jr day.
On Haad Depot It tor 11 months. jH per cent p. t.
w Republic Balling. llfiinK st, Hosoltn
The . . .
Cor. Alakea & Halekauwila Bis.
Hsb a large assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hat.
Estimates given for bona Bjfr .
tag and Eleotrioal plant.
Marine Wiring a specialty?