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ATKINSON & JUDD,
A.L.O.AlkltiHon niid Albert F.Judd.Jr.)
CouijS; llorsat Law.
Otlice ovor 1hIiu .V Co.'s Hum, cor.
Kpw iiiiihiui mul Merchant troitM.
X. MoOANTS STEWAltT,
Councilor at Law.
tugro'wniwk.opposlto Catholic Cburoh
Fort Htreet, Honolulu, II. I.
452 Telephone 1122
R D. S1LLIMAN.
308 Judd Building. Telephone 213,
CHARLES F. PETERSON
Attorney at Law and
,7. M. KANEAKUA,
Attorney ami Counsellor at
Oillce: In tho Occidental Hotel,
corner of King and Ahtkeu Streets,
). O. Aom. Enoch Johnson.
AOHI &. JOHNSON,
Attorneys and Counselors
Orfloe No. 0 West King street.
F. M. BKOOKS.
Attorney at Law
Shekels BulldlnR, Fort Street,
B. A. MOTT-SMITH,
HAS MOVED to the Judd
Block, Fort St.
Surgeons, Physicians M Dentists.
A, C. WALL, D. D. S.,
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m "Ion It made. 1442 On To Manila, '
Situated on tlio east sido of
Knlilii Viilluv. T 10 VIOW to
Pearl Harbor is tlio best, in
. .1..1.. mi.
tlio eiry 01 jiononuu. mu
soil is very deep; no stones
or rocks on tlio placo.
Wator will bo hud beforo
purchasers aro ready to build
A space Will be Sot apart,
in memory 01 tno mucosa
Kaiulani, for a park.
TllO lots Will bo 80ld at tllO
. . xi ..1...4.
lo west prices in tno inaikot,
With which other real OStatO
ngents will not afford to com
pote. Applications for lots will
bo received at our oflico, and
will bo given proforeneo of
chosing lots in tho order thoy
For further particulars apply-to
10 WEST KING ST.
October 4th, 1899. 134 J
A FEW VERY DESIRABLE BUILD
ING LOTS on Nuuanu Avenue, at Nlo
lopa, Nuuanu Valley, for sale. Apply to
J. M. MONSARRAT,
Cartwrlght Block, Merchant street.
Guitar, Mandolin, Zither,
'"During my absence atOmra
Mr. Ames, of Wall, Nichols Co.,
will hae charge of my pupils.
By a New, Quick Method!
Proficlency'Ruaranteed In six months.
I Terms, 1 5.00 monthly. Special attention
, to aJult beginners.
I Address PI NO, Bulletin office. 1419
St TJL 1 IE gf X 3T,
16 Beretanla Street,
Will welve a limited number of pupils.
Music turnlhed for concerts, afternoon or
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER
Vocal Studio, "MIgnon," 720 Berotaula
E. K. KAAI,
Teacher of ' ..tar, Mandolin, Zithet
Ukulele and Taro Patch.
Orders to be left caro of Wall, Nichols
Co., ind al torgHtrom Mnslo Co ' 126.".
And other Rings, Watches, Brace
lets, pins, and an extensive variety
of J; velry.
iz. . BIABT.
1 404X FORT STREET. '
Accurate history and interesting
HEALTH BOARD MEETING
l'veiy member wns present nt tlic
meeting of the Uonrd of Health yester
day nftcrnuun. Tho lending of tho
minutes of tho previous meeting hav
ing hien completed, tlio resolutions
condemning the Ah Chong premises
on tno Wniklkl road were Incorporated
1 therein nnd then President Wood pio-
cceded to give the following lecord of
cases of bubonic plague which have oc
curred to date:
Jananeso 7 I
"wn"nn 'J 1
Total G3 0 02
Rate, nationality and locality of last
case: February 10th; Chinese; Hotel
Tho next matter brought up was the
bill fencing the Infected district nn
handed In by Contractor Russell. The
, 2 feet ot ioncinB. t so cent, per
foot. As thero were some unsatlsfac-
tory features In the construction of the
'fence, tho matter wns referred to Ar-
chltcct nlpicy t0 8C0 tlmt thcso arfc
, remedied. Dr. Wood stated that, ns tho
fences nhout tho burned districts are
to bo more or less permanent thoy
should bo mndo In such a manner as to
be ablo to stnnd tho wear and tear.
Tho letter of Mr. Ripley In referenco
to the fence nround tho Infected dis
trict was read and,, to show tlio tenor
of his report, tho following is quoted:
"Tho demand of tho specifications
that this work bo done In a good, sub
stantial mnnncr has not been met. Tho
fence, ns a. whole, docs not conform to
tho requirements of tho specifications.
There nro places where tho work Is
substantially ns called for, but as n
whole It Is done In a slipshod mnnncr,
nnd oven at this time, but n few days
after Its completion, It needs repair
ing in many places."
President Wood brought up the mat
ter of the Hotel Stables. Seven Chinese-
had been taKen out of there Tues
day morning. Ah Hung had not slept
nt the placo for weeks. It was report
ed that he had n pmco In Kakaako but
this could not bo located. It was like
wise Impossible to find tho house In
I'nuoa from which ho had been turned
nway Sunday night. Tho police had
been mode acquainted with what few
facts that were at hnnd and were try
ing to locate tho two places.
Tho Japnncso from tho stables who
died January 22, a victim of tho plague,
was taken from n houso on Kukul
street. At that time, tho Information
having been given that tho fellow had
been a laborer nt tho stables, tho place
was visited and tho harness room In
which he had slept emptied of Its con
tents and closed up. It was not a
plnco that could bo disinfected to any
satisfaction. Manager Duckley was
given certain general instructions as
to the method of proccduro In putting
the placo in a sanitary condition.
Just hero President Wood said: "I
learned that tho nnme of this sick Ja
panese had been retained on the books
of the stables nfter he had left tho
place, two days previous to his death,
and iiint mother Japnncso had been
employed to take his placo for tlio pur
poso of deceiving the inspector."
Manager Duckley stated that he did
not know anything of this mnttcr. Tho
Japaucsc had left seven or eight days
previous to his illness nnd death and
another man had been put in his place.
Tho Chinese and Japanese employes of
tho Btablcs were In mo habit of put
ting substitutes In their places when
finding it necessary to be absent for a
time. Tho mnn had not been reported
sick on the premises.
Dr. Wood, continuing, said that Ah
..ung did not have tho symptoms of
('iibch In which infection had been trac
ed to tlio ground. Ills was u pneu
Tho Iloaid had been In tho habit of
condemning p.nccs for two reasons,
tho cxtEtcnco of infection on a place
and tho fact that peoplo with plague
had lived theie. It was reported that
dead rats luid been found on tho stnblo
premises. President Wood then gave
two 1 canons why livery stables wero
always open to suspicion, ns follows:
1. On nccouut of tho nature of the
place, ints 1110 always going In.
2. Stables in Honolulu have no
proper drainage. Urine from tho mil
mills soaks Into thu (,iund nnd stays
there. In tho ease of tho Pantheon
stables 11 filthy condition of tlio earth
under the stables was tutiml 10 a depth
of eighteen Inches ovci after the fire.
Tho soil of the stables U eminently
titted for the reception and detention
of plnguo bacilli should they chanco to
got there, for it Is supersaturated with
Continuing, President Wood said:
"It Is neither proper, safo nor wlso
to leave any stnbles in tho city under
such circumstances. If wo can find an
excuso for eradicating such places, wo
should do so. Everything possible
should bo done to do nway with sta
bio conditions ns they are In tho city
now. Livery men should not bo allow
ed to conduct their business In tho fu
turo as In tho pasi.
In answer to a question by Mr.
Smith, President Wood stated that
dust in an infected houso had been
found, through conclusive experiment,
to bo n carrier of plaguo bacilli.
President Wood ihcn referred to the
danger of obscure cases. Where tho
stables men had become- Infected could
not bo learned. Tucro wns no evidence
of Infection from places outside the
stables premises. It may novor bo
learned whero these men were attacked
by tho disease. Tho only steps taken
had been tho removnl of tho people
working In tho stables Into quarnn-
Dr. Wood oxpressed tho opinion that
It was tho bounden duty of the Board
to treat tho stables as nn Infected placo
nnd to proceed nn In tho case of other
As 11 result of tho discussion of the
Board It was moved by Mr. Smith and
unanimously carried that
Tho Hotel stables bo placed in
quarantine, and that the stock,
cnirlagcs, harness, etc., bo re
moved only utter proper disinfec
tion. Tlio llnnrn pnimtrnet their trenches
nlwnys leaving tho front trench com-1
manded by one In tho rear. They aro
thus always provided with a means of
retreat. Tho trenches nt Magorsfon
tcln rather resembled underground
dwellings than trenches. They wero
very deep nnd wide, nnd wero ensemnt
cd nt intervals, ndmlting of tho con
centration of tho defenders nt nny
given point without danger to them
selves. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OP REAL
AND PERSONAL PROPERTY.
Pursuant to an order mado by Hon
orablo A. Perry, First Judge of the Cir
cuit Court of tho First Judicial Circuit,
filed tho 31st day of January, A. D.
1900, I am directed to sell nt public
auction, subject to confirmation by tho
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 3d, 1900.
At 12 o'clock noon of that day, nil tho
right, tltlo and interest of Ocnovlcvo
Dowsctt, Marlon C. Dowsett, being an
undivided one-twelfth Interest each of
said minors, and nlso tho one-twelfth
Interest of Madcllno C. K. Dowsett nnd
Annie H. K. Dowsctt, Minors, In the
Estato of James I. Dowsctt, deceased,
Inundtoall thoso certain pieces and par
eels of land sltunto on tho Islands of
Oahu, Maul. Hawaii and Molokal, nnd
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,
nnd recorded In the Registry of Convoy
nnccs In Honolulu In Liber 136, at
pages 174 to 177. Containing an area
of 271 acres moro or less.
2. The land situated at Kapalama,
In Honolulu, Islnnd of Oahu, known as
tho Akcpo lot, being a part of Royal
Patent No. E572, and described In deed
mado by Kaaea and J. W. Akepo to
James I. Dowsett, dated the 3d day of
February, 18S2, nnd recorded In Liber
73, on pages 210 to 212. Containing an
area of 1.13 acres.
3. Tho land situated nt Apua, In Ho
nolulu, described In deed from A.
Francis Judd to David Kahanu, dated'
March 21st, 1870, recorded In Liber 29,
on pages 424 and 425, and the land de
scribed in tno deed from John O. Dom
InlsandE.Mahla, Administrators of the
estate of Josia Kaaukal, to David Ka
hanu, dated Juno 7th, 1SCC, and re
corded in Liber 21 on pages 313 and 316,
and in a deed from Kahananul and
Kcohokll, her husband, and Knluahlno
to David Kahanu, dated September
14th, 1806, and recorded In Liber 22, on
pnges 106 and 107.
4. Tho land situated at Kakaako, In
Honolulu, described In tho deed from
Mookoloho and Nalnoaelua to David
Kahanu, dated March 30th, 1880, nnd
recorded In Liber 03 on pages 415 nnd
416. Containing an area of 1-5 of an
C. Tho land at Aala, on LUlha street,
In Honolulu, described In tho deed from
Nlka nnd Punlakala, his wlfo, nnd
Kcaka to David Kahanu, dated October
Uth, 1869, and recorded In Liber 29, on
pages 40 and 41; nlso tho land de
scribed in tho deed from John Thomas
Waterhouso and Eleanor, his wife, to
David Kahanu, dated January 25th,
1878, and recorded In Liber 5G, on pages
03 nnd 64; nlso land described In tho
deed from Kla Nahaolelua and Nahclo
to David Kahanu, dated January 10th,
1876, and recorded In Liber 49, on
pages 385 nnd 386. Containing an
area of 3.03 acres.
6. Tho land situate on King street,
In Honolulu, described In tho deed
from F. M. Hatch to James I. Dowsett,
dated October 18th, 1888, and recorded
In Llhcr 115, on pages 66 and CD. Con
taining an urea of 17-100 acres.
7. The land sltuato at Kapahaha, Ka
palama, In Honolulu, bolng n portion of
Apntia 1, Royal Patent No. 225C, L. C.
A. 21101).; described In tho deed from
Thomas Carry nnd Mary, his wlfo, to
James I. Dowsett, dated Juno 14th,
18S7, nnd recorded In LIbor 106, on
pages 1U3 nnd 194. Containing nn area
of 1900 square feet.
8. Tho 0110 undivided half of tho
lands situated in Honolulu, known as
tho land of Knhaohao and Knhololoa,
L. C. A. 153 to Win. Sumner, dated
March 5th, 1819.
9. Tho land situated at Puhawal,
Wulnnnn, Island of Oahu, described In
Royal Patciu 1073, U C. A. 71C5, and
In tho deed of Pino nnd Klnlakua to
James I. Dowsctt, dated April 30th,
1888, and lccordcd In Liber 110, on
pago 256. Containing nn area of 6.74
10. Tho land situated on Pearl River
Bay near Honolulu, known as Puuloa,
containing an area of 2224 acres, and
described by motes nnd bounds In tho
deed from Kekanonohl to Isaac Mont
gomery, dated September 7th, 1849, and
recorded In Liber 4, on pago 4.
11. The land situated at Honoullull,
at Ewa, on tho Island pf Oahu, com
prising 86 acres, moro or less, now un
der lease- to Sing Chong & Co.
12. Tho land situated at Kapalama,
Island of Oahu, described In Royal
Patent 2386 Issued to John Mcok, and
comprising 9 58-100 ncres; and also
tho land situated at tho same place part
of the 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 last mentioned parcels
of land aro now held under lease dated
September 15, 1896, by Y. Ah In.
13. The land situated on the Island of
Maul, known as Itoso Ranch, compris
ing all the lands described In certain
Royal Patents and deeds as follows:
all the lay 1 described In tho deed from
Parker N 4 inca uthers to James
I. Dowse . ted March 3d, 1886, and
recorded J 1 ibcr 101, on pages 200 ct
sep.; also th 1 leasehold estates In tho
following lai ds: Lease- of the Hawa
iian Govcrnident of tho Ahupuaa of
Kanaia to Cathcrino N. Makco, No. 292,
dated February 9th, 1881: Lease from
John M. Knpena to James Makco dated
December 22d, 1876, and recorded In
Liber 47. on page 49S. Containing nn
area of 21.650 acres.
14. The land known ns Kaiiltt sltuato'
at Ewa, Island of Oahu, being part of.
Hoacac. Containing nn area of about
15. The land with nn orango grove
situated nt Hana, Islnnd of Maul,
known as Dowsett's land. Containing
an area of V& acres.
1G. The taro land situated on tho Isl
nnd of Molokal, described tu Royal
17. The land situated nt Walplo, on
tho Island of Hawaii, known as Dow
18. Tho land situated nt Kapulona,
In Honokaa, Island of Hawaii, formerly
leased to J. M. Horner & Sons nnd now
occupied under said lenso by the Pa
cific Sugar Mill. Containing an area
of 17', acres.
Also tho leasehold estates in tho fol
lowing lands: Tho land of Halawa, tho
land of Kahnulkt, tho land of Leilehua,
tho land of Mlkllua, tho land of Nana
kull and tho land of Alea, all situated
on tho Island of Oahu.
Alho all the live stock belonging to
tho Estato of James I. Dowsctt, de
ceased, comprising: 6000 head of cat
tle moro or less, CO head of oxen nnd
bulls, nnd 213 head of horses and
Also nil and singular, tho lands, chat
tels, choscs In action, and property,
real and personal, belonging to tho
Estato of James I. Dowsett, 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 the expenso of purchaser. For
further particulars, apply to Paul Neu
mann, Esq., or
f INCORPORATID UNDBR TH1 LAWS 1
Of THB HAWAIIAN REPUBLIC. J
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
CitAB. M. Cookb, Profddent.
P. C. Jones, Vice-President
O. H. Cooke, Cashlor.
F. C. Aturrton, Assistant Cashier.
F. W. Macfarlane,
E. D. Tenney,
J. A. McCandlosa.
Solicits the Accounts of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, and will
carefully and promptly attend to all
business connected with banking en
trusted to It. Sell and purchase Foreign
Exchange, Issue Letters of Credit.
Ordinary aud Term Deposits received,
and Interest allowed In accordance with
rules and conditions printed In Pass
books, copies of wjilcb may be bad upon
The hi American Bank
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 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.
Cooper and II. M. Von holt.
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pany. London The Anglo-California
Paris Soclotio Generalo.
Hamburg M. M. Wnrburg & Oom
puny. Hongkong and Yokohama The
Chartered Bank of India, Australia
Australia The Union Bank of 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 the Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
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San francttco AgentiTun Nevada
National Hank ok San KriANmnnn.
San Fiiancisco Tho Novada National
Jiank of Hall Francisco
London The Union Rank of London,
Nkw York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants National Rank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Drosdner Bank.
Uonkono and Yokokama Honkong A
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
Vew Zealand and Auhtralia Bank
if New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouvkr Bank o
British North America.
Transact a General Baiting and EichaiLse Bulsett
uepouts Kccelved. Loans msdo on Ap-
Droved Recnrltv. flnfnmni-nl.l mH T..i.
Credits Issued. Bills of Exchange bought
COLUCTIONB PrOMITLT ACCOPKTBD FOR.
Savings Deposits will ha
received and Interest sllowed by .tlifg
Bank at four and one-half por cent,
Printed copies of the Rulos and Reg
ulations may bo obtained on application,
Office at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP A CO.
BISHOP 5c Co.
Transact a General Banking
ind Exchange Business.
Couimeroial and Traveler'
Letters of Credit issued, avail
ible in all the principal cities
jf tho world. ,
Interest allowed after .Tnl
1,1898, on fixed deposits 8 U
months 3 per cent.. 6 monttia K
3J per cent., 12 months A
Pioneer Building and
ASSETS. DEC. 31, 1S99, 1112,(177.57.
Money loaned on approved security,
ASavIngsBank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly Install
Twentieth Series of Rnu i ...
OFFICERS-T. F. Lansing. Prcsi
dent; S. B. Rose, Vlco President; C. B
Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secretary.
DIRECTORS-T. F. Lansing, B? B.
Rose, A. V. Gear, A. W. Keech, Henry
Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt. O. B
Gray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. DEAR,
. i . Secretary.
Chamber of Commerce rooms.
unice Hours: 12:301:30 p. m
TJje iohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital 24.000.00 yea
Paid-up Capital 12.000.000 yes V
Reservo Fund 7,600.000 yen.
The Bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills of Exchange. Issues Drafts
nnd Letters of Credit, ana transacts
a general banking business.
On Hid Deposit lor it monthi, 4 rr cut
On Fli.4 Deposit lor 6 months. iK ' '
On Find Deposit lor 1 mot.
0 f-ut4 Deposit lor 11 months, per cent p. b.
Hew RepnDllc Bnlliing. llfiiiig si, Hoioim
The . . .
Cor. Ahkea ft HsJeksnwlla BU,
Hbb a large aasortms, ol
Chandeliers an K.Jec
Constantly on ha.
Estimates given for hons .
Ins and Eleotrioal plant.
Marine Wiring a specialty