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THE EVENING UULLKT1N: HONOLULU, 11. I., WEDNESDAY, FKlMUAllY 21, 11)00.
ATKINSON & JUDD,
A..L.O.Alkliin and Albert l Juild.Jr.)
Cotinsollors at Law.
Ofnco over lllhlinp .1 Co.V Uink, cor.
Kaahutimuu nnd Merchant troot.
T, MoOANTS STEWAKT,
Counsellor nt Law.
TuBre1) lllork,opposlto Cnthollo Church
Fort Rtreet, Honolulu, II. I.
482 Tolupjioiio 1122
R D. S1LL1MAN.
308 Judd Building. Tcleplione 213.
Attorney at Law and
J. M. KANEAKUA,
Attorney and Counsellor at
Onice: In tho Occidental Hotel,
corner of King anil Alukea Streets,
JV, 0. Aom. Enoch Johnson.
A.ttornoys and Counselors
Olfloo No. 10 Wort King street.
F. M. BllOOKS.
Attorney at Law
Sprtckels Building, Fort Street,
B. A. MOTT-SMITH,
HAS MOVED to the Judd
Blocfc, Fort St.
Sargeons, Pliy slclans M Dentists.
A, C. WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E. WALL, D. D. S.,
Ilemovoil to Dav Building, Beretanla
Dr, W, J, Galbraiih,
Practice limited to Surgery and
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE : HAWAIIAN
"R WALTER HOFFMANN.
BERETANIA STREET, (opposlto tho
Odlco hours, 8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3 p,
m.; 7 to 8 p. in. Sundays; 8 to 11 n. m,
Telephone 510. P. O. Box 501.
9R. A. GORDON HODGINS.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, OEDGE
COTTAGE, corner Hotel nnd Richards '
Btrcets. onico hours: 9 to 11; 2 to i;
7 to 8. Telephone 933. 12 IG
DR. A. N. SINCLAIR
School street, between Emma and Fort.
Hours: 9-10 a. m., 24 p. m., 7-8 p. m.j
Sundays 9-10 a. m, 1416
DR. 1. MORI,
130 Beretanla Street, between Emma
and Fort streets.
Tclerhono 277. P. O. Box SI3.'
Offlco Hours 9 to 12 a. m. and 7 to
8 p. m.; Sundays, 9 to 12 a. in. 1229
Supported by Voluntary Contritions.
FREE TREATMENT to the l-.or of
For information an to cards. (1
mlKnlon and to iliu ttorvico, otu., 01O. ,
apply at tho
Third Floor, l'rngretg Block.
dubscrlptloiiH limy be left with J. F.
Hackfeld, L. C. Abies or Dr. Slogget'.
Tiltpboni 10M ft i6. P. O. Box tf,
Q, H. BERREY, : Managtr.
Ml CoMn SjtcialljJ
EoDOlnla Mercantile Agency
Room 10, Spreckeft Building,
T-Collection a sptcaly, Prompt m-
flilttarces. No fee charted unlesa collec
loo 18 mr Mi
Situuiod on tlio oast side of
Kalihi Valley. The view to
Pearl Harbor is tho best in
the city of Honolulu. The
soil is very deep; no stones
or rooks on tho place.
Water will bo laid before
purchasers are ready to build
A spaco will bo sot apart,
in memory of tho Princess
Kaiulani, for a park.
Tho lots will bo sold at tho
lowest prices in tho 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 proforenco of
ohosing lots in the order thoy
For further particulars ap
10 WEST KING ST.
October 4th, 1899. 1343
A FEW VERY DESIRABLE BUILD
ING LOTS on Nuuanu Avenue, at Nlo
lopa, Nuuanu Valley, for sale. Apply to
J. M. MONSARRAT,
CartwrlRht Block, Merchant street.
Guitar, Mandolin, Zither,
firDuring my absence atOmr
Mr. Ames, of Wail, Nichols Co.,
'will hae charge of my pupils.
By a New, Quick Method !
I Proficlency'RuaranteeJ In six months.
1 Terms, J;.co monthly. Special attention
to aJult beclnners.
1 Address PI NO, Bulletin office. 1410
I3 a, "U. 1 IE gf r 37-,
I 16 Beretanla Street,
- Will welve a limited number of pupils.
music lunusnej lor concerts, aitemoon or
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER
Vocal Studio. "MIgnon," 720 Beretanla
street. Tel. 1114. 1171
E. K. KAAI,
Teacher of .tar, Mandolin, Zither'
I ikuiele and Taro Patch.
Orders to bo loft caro of Wall, Nichols
Co.,tnd at torgstrnm Muslo Co '1 12ft..
And other Rings, Watches, Brace
lets, Pins, and an extensive variety
apaU fort street.
A,...r.6.1 ll..Aaa ...l !. .
Kt"t'fth"aZZn T mwtM
5ior,?0 th.f camPa'gn are told in
On To Manila,
OUR POLICY WITH CHINA
interesting Speech by Minister Vu to
Hew York Merchants.
Expansion cf Anpilcau Trade Wtlccratd by
Cblucse-Chance lo Give ant! Me -
Rtroaiks in Land Grabbing.
New York, Feb. 0. SpcaklnK nt tho
dinner of the Silk Association of Amer
ica nt Uelmoulco'B Inst night, the Chi
nese MlnlRtcr, W11 Ting Fnng, Bnld:
"When nny disturbanco or troublo has
occurred In China or clsewhcie In the
East, not only did tho government ag
grieved demand compensation for tho
outrage, but beyond that they demand
and obtnin concessions not pertaining
to tho matter in hand. In fact, they
often mako a pretext of a trouble, Buch
as a missionary trouble, to exact ad
vantages and concessions, which may
have no reference to tho matter In
point. In saying this I do not condemn
tho missionaries as a class In China.
Thcro are a good many pious and no
bio missionaries in China, nnd they
have been nnd nro still doing good
work In every country In tho East, but
thero is n black sheep In every flock,
"So, If n disturbance should occur to
them, if n riot should happen, whnt Is
the consequence? Their government
will demand Justlco nnd not only that,
but In addition to that, they obtain
something else. That being tho case,
gentlemen, can you wonder that tho
Chinese and oincr Asiatic people are
at a loss to understand our policy and
the policy of the nations In Europe?
"Therefore, if thoso nations want to
solve this Asiatic question ono of tho
solutions Is to mako an open declara
tion of their policy. They should de
clare to China and tho other Asiatic
countries what their policy is, what
they mean; they should tell them that
if anything befall any of the mission
aries or merchants they will demand
this or that. Then If this Is the all ex
plained to them openly why, wo can
understand what you mean. But If,
instead of doing that, under tho cloak
of sending missionaries to preach the
gospel, nnd It anything should happen
to tho missionaries (which in nny na
tion you cannot help; sometimes my
countrymen hero hnvo been murdered
or assaulted by a low class of people)
what can wo do? What can you do?
So, If anything should happen In Chi
na or Japan of that sort, is It very
strango for the rabble to do something
without tho knowledge of tho authori
ties? All wo want is an open declara
tion of your policy, fairness nnd Jus
"I nm glad to find that it Is not the
policy of this grcnt Republic to depart
from your traditionnl policy and go In
for acquisitions for grabbing or I
should bo more careful In saying this
that you arc not going to adopt terri
torial nggrnndlzcmcnt, but that you arc
going in for expansion of trnde. I am
not surprised. Wo don't quarrel with
you Tor that. Wu jdon't blame you. In
fnct, wo wclcomo you. Do you know
why? Because in "trado It Is n barter;
It is for tho benefit of both sides; it is
to give and take. . Wo glvo you tho
equivalent; you glvo us something
back In return.
"if you go In on this Pacific policy of
commerce nnd trade you will bo wel
comed everywhere, not only In China,
but also in Japan as well. Wo welcomo
you. Wo will do everything to pleaso
you, but, In return, gentlemen, we
want to ho treated In llko manner.
Now, on this point, I cannot do better
than quote a principle cnunclntcd by
our gicat saint, Coutuclus, twcnty-Ilvo
centuries ago. Ho was ono day miked
u hat should a man do, whnt should bo
tho rulo of conduct In house, in busi
ness nnd in government. Ho was nsked
to glvo ono word to convey this princi
ple. In answer ho said: "Is not this
"It was to tho Bnmo effect, said by
Him, whom shnll I say, your prophet,
your savior, who said: 'What you
would have others do to you, do the
samo to them.' But whether It Is a
niPichnut, whether It is n tradesman,
whothor it is a benefattor or whether
It bo n nation, If wo follow this sound
principle wo snail have no quarrel, no
ulsputo nnd no causo for war."
PER S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Just landed a full line of grnpes.
plums, peaches, apples, Bartlett pears,
oranges, lemons, celery, cabbage,
llflower, crnnbnrrlcB. burbank -o4 :,
potatoes, dates, salmon flounder, iaii
but, crabs, eastern and California oys
ters (In tin and shell.) turkeys, chick
ens, ducks, quail, chestnuts. A full
lino of canned goods. CAMARINOS'
The ever popular Uainler beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you havo n glass of Seattle," Is more
often heard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap or
Nicely furnished rooms at tho Pop
ular House, 154 Fort street, from 11.00
per week up.
WalkiKl Inn. Pleasant rooms, fino
bathing,, excellent table and service.
Henry N. Almy, manager.
There Is only ono Jesse Moore Whis
key In the world and that la cold and
pure. Lovejoy & Co. aro distributors
for the Hawaiian Islands
The use of the Singer In millions of
homes shows the unprecedented suc
cess of these Ideal sowing nuwlnes.
It Is convincing proof that tin. Singer
excels la all kinds of family M1ng
and art needle work. All our 1 iring
machines are of the best construcCon,
beautifully decorated, and aro mounted
on Bisected woods In finely finished
cabinets of artistic designs. B. Ber
gersen, agent, 16ft Bethel street
COAI.MIHSIONER'S SALE OF REAL
AND PERSONAL PROPERTY.
Pursuant to mi order Hindu by Hon
ninltlo A. Perry, Flrnt Judga of tho Cir
cuit fmrt of the First Judicial Circuit,
r'' tho Slat day of January, A. 1).
1'juO, 1 nm directed to noil at public
auction, subject to confirmation by tho
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 3d, 1900.
At 12 o'clock noon of that day, nil tho
right, title nnd Interest of Ocnovlevo
Dowsctt, Marlon C. Dowsctt, being an
undivided one-twelfth interest each of
said minors, nnd nlso tho one-twelfth
Interest of Madclluo C. K. Dowsctt nnd
Annlo II. K. Dowsctt, Minors, in tho
Estate of James I. Dowsctt, deceased,
Innndtoall those certain pieces and par
eels of land sltuato on tho Islands of
Oahu, Maul. Hawaii and Moloknl, and
moro particularly described as follows:
1. Tho land situated in Nuuanu Val
ley, Island of Oahu, described in deed
from John H, Wood to tho Honolulu
Dairy Company, dated April 30th, 1892,
and recorded In tho Registry of Convey
ances In Honolulu In Liber 136, at
pages 174 to 177. Containing nn area
of 271 acres moro or less.
2. Tho land situated at Kapalatna,
in Honolulu, Island of Oahu, known as
tho Akepo lot, being a part of Royal
Patent No. 5572, and described In deed
mado by Kaaca and J. W. Akepo to
James I. Dowsctt, dated tho 3d day of
February, 1882, and recorded In Liber
73, on pages 210 to 212. Containing an
area of 1.13 ncrcs.
3. The land situated at Apua, in Ho
nolulu, described In deed from A.
Francis Judd to David Knhanu, dated
March 21st, 1870, recorded in Liber 29,
on pages 424 and 425, nnd the land de
scribed In tho deed from John O. Dom
lntsandE.Mahta, Administrators of the
estate of Josla Kaaukal, to David Ka
hanu, dated Juno 7th, 18CC, and re
corded In Liber 21 on pages 313 and 316,
and In a deed from Knhananul and
Kcohokil, her husband, and Kaluahlno
to David Kabanu, dated September
14th, 1866, and recorded In Liber 22, on
pages 106 and 107.
4. Tho land situated at Kakaako, in
Honolulu, described In tho deed from
Mookoloho nnd Nnlnoaclua to David
Kahanu, dated March 30th, 1SS0, and
recorded In Liber 03 on pages 415 and
416. Containing an area of 1-5 of an
5. Tho land at Aala, on Llllha street)
In Honolulu, described In tho deed from
Nlka and Punlnkala, his wife, and
Kcaka to David Kahanu, dated October
9th, 1869, and recorded In Liber 29, on
pages 40 and 41; nlso tho land de
scribed in tho deed from John Thomas
Watcrhouso and Eleanor, his wlfo, to
David Kahanu, dated Jnnunry 25th,
1878, and recorded in Liber 66, on pages
63 nnd CI; also land described In tho
deed from Kla Nahaolclua and Nahelo
to David Kahanu, dated January 10th,
1876, and recorded In Liber 49, on
pages 385 and 38C. Containing an
area of 3.03 acres.
6. Tho land sltuato on King street,
In Honolulu, described In tho deed
from F. M. Hatch to James I. Dowsett,
dated October 18th, 1888, and recorded
In Liber 115, on pages 66 nnd 09. Con
taining an area of 17-100 acres.
7. Tho land sltuato at Kapahaha, Ka
palamn, In Honolulu, being a portion of
Apnnn 1, Royal Patent No. 2256, L. C.
A. 2440B.; described in tho deed from
Thomas Carry and Mary, his wife, to
James I. Dowsctt, dated Juno 14th,
18S7, nnd recorded In Liber 106, on
pages 193 and 191. Containing an area
of 1900 square feet
8. Tho ono undivided halt of tho
lands situated in Honolulu, known as
the land of Kahaohao and Kahololoa,
L. C. A. 153 to Wm. Sumner, dated
March 6th, 1849.
9. Tho land situated at Pulmwal,
Waianao, Island of Oahu, described In
Royal Pateiu 1073, L. C. A. 7465, and
In tho deed of Pino and Klninkua to
James I. Dowsctt, dated April 30th,
1SS8, nnd recorded In Liber 110, on
page 256. Containing an area of 6.74
10. Tho land situated on Pearl River
Bay near Honolulu, known ns Puuloa,
containing nn area of 2224 acres, and
described by metes nnd bounds In tho
deed from Kckanonohl to Isaac Mont
gomery, dated September 7th, 1849, and
recorded in Liber 4, on pago 4.
11. The laud situated nt Honoullull.
nt Ewn, on tho Island of Oahu, com
prising 86 iic.es, moro or less, now un
der lenso to Slug Chong & Co.
12. Tho land situated at Kapalamn,
Island of Oahu, described In Royal
Patent 2380 Issued to John Meek, and
comprising 9 58-100 acres; and also
tho land situated at tho samo place part
of tho 111 of Kahuopa described In L. C.
A. 8515, Apana 1, Part 1, and com
prising 1 728-1000 acres, moro or less,
which said two Inst mentioned parcels
of laud aro now held under lease, dated
September 15, 1S96, by Y. Ah In.
13. Tho land situated on tho Island of
Maul, known as Rose Ranch, compris
ing all tho lands described In certain
Royal Patents and deeds as follows:
all the Iar-1 described In tho deed from
Parker N 4 inca --. others to James
I. Dowset , vtcd March 3d, 1886, and
recorded M t ibcr 101, on pages 200 ot
sep.; also th 1 leasehold estates In the
following lai ds: Lcaso of tho Hawa
iian GovoniLaent ot tho Ahupuaa of
Kanala to Catherlno N. Makeo, No. 292,
dated February 9th, 1881: Lease from
John M, Kapcna to James Makes dated
Dccembor ,22d, 1876, and recorded In
Liber 47. on pago 498. Containing an
area ot 21.C50 acres:
14. Tho land known as Kaulu situate
at Ewa, Island of Oahu, being part ot
Hoaeao. Containing an area of about
15. The land with an orango grove
situated at liana, Island of Maul,
known as Dowsett's land. Containing
an area of V& acres.
16. The taro land situated on the Isl
and ot Molokal, described In Royal
17. The land situated at Walplo, on
tho Island of Hawaii, known as Dow
18. The land situated at Kapulona,
In Honokan, Inland of Hawaii, formerly
leased to J. M. Homer & Sons nnd now
occupied under said lenso by the Pa
cific Sugar Mill. Containing nn area
of 1714 acres.
Also tho leasehold estates in tho fol
lowing Innds: Tho land of Hnlnwa, tho
land of Kahnulkl, tho land of Loilchua,
tho hind of Mlkllun, tho land ot Nana
kull and tho land ot Alcn, all situated
on tho Island of Oahu.
Alho all tho llvo stcCK belonging to
tho Estnto of James I, Dowsctt, de
ceased, comprising: COOO head of cat
tle, moro or less, CO head of oxen nnd
bulls, nnd 213 head of horses and
Also all and singular, tho lands, chat
tels, choscs In notion, nnd property,
real and personal, belonging to tho
Estnto of James I. Dowsett, deceased,
or to which said Estato may bo en
titled, whether herein enumerated and
specified or not.
Terms of salo aro Cash In U. S. Gold.
Deed at tho cxpenso of purchaser. For
further particulars, apply to Paul Neu
mann, Esq., or
INCORPORATED UNDSR THI UWI 1
lOI THI HAWAIIAN RtPUBLIC.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
Chas. M, Cookk, Prosldent.
P. O. Jones, Vice-President
O. H. Cookk, Cashier.
F. C. Atiikrton, Assistant Cashier.
F. W. Macfarlane,
E. D. Tonnoy,
Solicits the Accounts of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, and will
carefully and promptly attend to all
businoss connected with banking on
trusted to it. Sell and purchase Foreign
Exchange , Issuo Letters of Credit.
Ordinary and Torm Doposlts rocolved,
and Interest allowod In accordance with
rules and conditions printed In Pass
books, cnplos of which may be had upon
OF HAWAII, LTD.
Incorporated Under the Laws of the
Republic of Hawaii.
Authorized Capital, $1,000,000
Subscribed Capital, 750,000
Paid Up Capital 500,00o
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
Cecil Brown President
M. P. Robinson Vice-President
W. O. Cooper .Cashier
E. M. Boyd Secretary
Directors Cecil Brown, Mark P.
Robinson, Bruce Cartwrlght, W. O.
Coopor and H. M. Von Iiolt.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON:
San Francisco The Anglo-Callfor-nla
Chicago Tho Merchants Loan and
Now York J. & W. Sollgman & Com
pany. London The Anglo-California
Paris Soclotie Genoralo.
Hamburg M. M. Warburg & Com
pany. Hongkong and Yokohama The
Chartered Bank ot India, Australia
Australia Tho Union Bank ot Aus
Canada Bank of Montreal.
Berlin Qcrbruder Meyer.
Exchange bought and sold Letters
Credit issued on all parts of the
Visitors are cordially invited to
call and inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehameha
I. to date.
At tbo Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
Supply every variety of Cut flowers and
Growing Plants Sprays, Bouquets and
Funeral and Wedding Floral Designs sup-
plltd on short notice.
Office, corner Fort street and Chaplain
' int, oppos" the Catholic Mission,
San Francitco AgtnltTnn Nevada
National Hank nv Ham (.'niNmuvi
San FiiANoiKoo The Novada National
Bank of San Francisco.
London Tho Union Bank of London
New YonK American Exchange Na
CniOAno Mnrrlmnlj. Tfntlnnal Tinnh
Pajiis Credit Lyonnais.
ukrlin uresuner JSank.
Honkono) and Yokohama Honkong A
Duanguai jsanamg corporation.
New Zealand and Auhtraija Bank
of New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank o
British North America.
Transact a General Baiim aiuEickaigeBuiieii
mpolsts Kecelvcd. Loans mtde on Ap-
Credits Issued. Bills of Exchange bought
COLLIOTIOKB raOm-TLT AOOQDHTSD FOB.
MSRQF fe G&
": Savings Benoslta win h"
received and Interest allowod by this
Bank at four and one-half per cent,
Printed copies of the Rulnn ami ta.
ulatlons may be obtained on application.
uuiee at DanK bulldlnir on Merchant
BISHOP A. CO.
Transact a General Banking
ind Exchange Business. f
Commercial and Traveler'!
Letters of Credit issued, avail,
ible in all the principal citiei
)f the world.
Interest allowed after July
1,1898, on fixed deposits 8 f
months 3 per cent., 6 months
3J per cent., 12 months 4 -per
Pioneer Building and
ASSETS, DEC. 31, 1899, 1112,677.57.
Money loaned on approved uocurlty.
A Savings Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on tho monthly Install
ment pian. """
o Tnd"1'0111 Scrlcs r stock lB now
OFFI'CERS-T. F. Lansing, Presi
dent; S. B. Roso, Vico President: O. B
Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear. Secretary
nDIRECTORST. F. UnBlnTaa
feAi V aTr' Al Wl Keech. Henry
Smith. J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, C. B.
Gray, W. L. Howard. -
A. V. GEAR,
.i i . Secretary.
Chamber of Commerco rooms.
onico Hours: 12:301:30 p. m.
TfiB ioJoham& gpeoie Bank;
Subscribed Capital 24.000.00 yea
Paid-up Capital 12.000.000 yea
Reservo Fund 7.500.000 yea
, T?8 1la.n.,c buys ani receives for cot
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Lotters of Credit, ana transacts
a general banking businoss.
S? !$ SeP" 'or n month!, , plr CWI, , .
On Fixed DepoHI for 6 montai. W
On Find Dpolt for 3 noi, j 1
On hUl Dtpo.lt for 11 month,. jX pr ctot f. .
Hew Republic Bnium, llfilne St., Houliii
The . . .
Cor. Alakea ft Htleksnwiie SU
Has a large assortm, 0j
Chandeliers ana .ec
Constantly on hw-.
Estimates given for honw fcr
lag and Eleotrioal plant.
Marine Wiring a specialty?
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$ rfiiffittiil i-artsvtoiw-.kti '