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H. !., THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1901! ,
THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU,
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
PROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda Jan. S
Zealandla Jan. 21
Sonoma Jan. 29
Mariposa Feb. 0
Sierra Feb. 19
Zealandla Men. 2
Ventura Mch 12
In connection with the sailing of the aboc steamers the agents ire pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
York by any steamship line to all European ports.
' FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
. Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. t) Tojo Klsei Kaisba
.. 9 leaner! of ths abov cosoptoiis will call it Honolulu and Itavt tblt fort on or abool tbo
ftdttti bstow mentioned I...
For Japan and China:
America Miru.t... Jin j
Pov general Information ipy
H. Hackfeld &
WSt.tnm, ol tb. tbovi lie, rucnlre In t OBnictlin wltn Uf CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO
nmi Vaeour, D C , nl byilruy, N. 5. W., tndulllrriit VlclorU. 0. C, Honolulu nJ BiliMtu
III OtIE AT HONOLULU tin Of ttoutltu dUt below s'ltcj vll I
KIM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, D. G,
-tt-afte and Sydney!
4r Tbrootb tlcketa Issued from Honolulu to Canada. United Slatei and Europe
Filiate ana an general inrormauon, apply to
Theo. H Davlce &
- American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST
S. S. Huwallan will be dispatched from New York on or before
January 15 tor San Francisco, en route to Honolulu
To be followed by S. S. Ore&onlan. March loading.
, Freight received nt company's vvlvirf, 43d Street, South Brooklyn,
at ail times. For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSE,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
BOARDING AND LIVER!
Bigs sent to any part of the
HACKS -AT-ALL -HOUR
Waiklkl Road, Walklk
" TEL. BLACK 141.
RING UP THE. .
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
S18 FORT STREJn
Stable "Phone, 477
Hock Stand 'Phone., 319 and7fi.
O. H BELUHA.
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Black Sand
In Quantities to Suit....
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
10 Dump Carts furnished by the da
on Hour's Notice.
H. R HITCHCOCK
MerchantSt., In M.D. Monsarrat's otnec.
Safe 8, Pianos,
Drays Tor Freight
Our' representative meets all Incoming
steamers from the Coast .indue check
baggage on all outgoing steamers.
Wbite and Black Rand For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin, jio King
street, Tel. 80.
W. LARSEN, Wpt.
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ALL ISLAND PORTS.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Zealandla Jan. 5
Mariposa Jan. 7
Zealandla Jan. 26
Sierra Jan. 21)
Mariposa Feb 13
Alameda Feb. 18
Zealandla Mch. 6
Sonoma Mch. 12
For San Francisco:
China . .
, Jan. 18
Co., Ltd., Agents,
TPOM SYPNEV AND DR1SDANB
tor Vktorla and Vancouver (B. C ).
Ml . era
i.. Jan. 16
.. .. Mar i)
For Freltbt and
CoM Ltd., Gen'l Aftcnte
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleeners. Buffet. Smok
Ing and Library Cars, with Barber
anop ana neasant Heading Koums.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP. General Aecnt.
115 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
u. w. niiLnuutii., uenerai Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Go.
From and After January 1, 1899.
STATIONS:. Dtllr Dillr
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PtailClty 61s los nso 4 j
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F. C. Surra, Gen'l Pass. A Tloket
fl. P. nm.moN.Rnr)rlntBnilnt.
Violin - Studio
Room 4. Love Building.
Mrs, Addis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, " Mlgnon "
720 Beretanla street; Tel. 1114. i6z7-tf
B. K. KAAI,
Teacher of ,(tar, Mandolin, Zlth
Ukulele and iaro Patch.
Orders to be left care of Wall, Nicbo't
OJ ' V'rtrom MuidoCo.'. IS"
STEAMER WAS FORCED
TO RETURN TO PORT
After Starting Out on Initial Trip to
Honolulu-Cargo Was Not Dam-
aged Swept by Angry
Seattle, Dec. 21. The steamer John
S. Kimball, Capt. Tilling, which sail
ed Sunday for Honolulu, returned to
port jestcrday uftcrnuon, having
sprung n leak In the furious gate th.it
raged off Cape flattery last Monday
and Tuesday. The Kimball tied up nt
the White Star dock, where part of her
cargo will be unloaded today, prior
to an examination of her hull. The
leak Is bellecd to bo nboe the water
line, near the hows of the ship. As far
as Is now known, she wilt not be de
la) ed ery long.
The Kimball had a thrilling experi
ence of the storm ort Cape Flattery,
and was forced onco to run for shelter
before It was decided to return to So
attic. IIoay stas swept the vessel fro-n
stem to stern, the water penetrating
to the engine rooms, nnd from Tuesday
morning to Wednesday night, when
the boat reached Port Angeles, the
pumps were constantly working, bare
ly keeping the leakage tinder control.
Gallant work was done by Chief En
gineer Macintosh, who worked for
eighteen hours at one stretch In the en
gine room, standing nearly up to his
knees In water, and encouraging the
After the Klmlnll passed Cnpe flat
tery, Monday morning, the violence of
the gale, which had apparently sub
sided, Increased, nnd the boat ran back
to shelter. A few hours later she
ngnln put to sen There was a lull In
the storm. Tuesdav morning thee8el
commenced to lenk, while a regular
hurricane was blowing from the south
cast. At this time she wns about forty
miles off the Cape and was laboring
hcally. All the pumps were put In
action, but the leakage gained steadily
so long ns the steamer faced the seas.
The stokers, under the personal direc
tion of Engineer Macintosh, workoJ
hard under extremely aihcrse circum
stances to keep the fires going. Some nf
them were on duty twenty hours.
At length the Increasing scrlousnesi
of the situation, as the storm showed
no signs of abating, compelled t!ia
steamer to run for Port Angeles. As
soon ns the bows were turned from Urn
angry ieas the pumps gained on the In
flow of water. They were operated.
honocr, until the arrival at Port An
geles. The Kimball Is the first steamer of
Frank Wnterhottso's new line between
Seattle nnd the Hawaiian Islands to go
on that run. She was on her Inlt'il
oago to Honolulu when she on
countered the storm. Her cargo, con
sisting of 700 tons of general mer
chandise and n consignment of coal,
was" not damaged. The coal was In
sacks on the deck, but wns not damaged
by .the action of tho waes.
Tho seas, which swept oier the bont,
besides Inundating tho engine roonu,
entered the saloons nnd stateroom.
with the result that tho carpets had to
be removed because of their damp coi
dltlon when Port Angeles wns reaclurt
HIGHLAND LIGHT DAMAGED
Seattle. Dec. 23. The old bark High
land Light, which sailed from this port
two weeks ago with n cargo of IllacK
Diamond coal for l.aliulnn, Hawa'l,
sprung a-lcak In the recent severe
storm off Cape Flattery and had to put
Into llarclay sound, Vnnioued Island,
for safety. She Is In n generally dis
abled condition, so much bo In fact that
tho tug Tnttoosh has been dispatched
to her assistance. The Tatoosh's In
structlons nro to tow tho disabled tr.itt
to Port Towii8cnd, where she will
probably arrle Monday.
Capt. John II. I.Uibj, manager of tho
tugboat company, sas the Highland
Light's present plight Is conWncIng
cIdenco that the lato storm which was
supposed to lime extended but a short
distance off Capo Dnttery was very
general oer the Paclllc; that It must
hao readied out 1000 miles or moro
to the westward. He reaches this con
elusion from the fact that tho High
lam! Light left two weeks ago nnd
must hnvo been well on her way to tho
Hawaiian Islands when overtaken by
In her battle with tho galeB tho bant
lost her mlzzcnmast, had her bulwarks
washed away. Sho was eldently
caught In tho same storm which cum
ed tho return of the steamers Ilainier,
HUnl, Robert Dollar and Charles D.
Supplies Arc Short.
.Manila. Dec. 20. Officers of tin)
United States cruiser Newark, which
has returned fiom an linestlgatlon
Into tho (Ircumstnnces of tho disaster
that befell tho United States auxiliary
crulher Yosemlto off tho iBland of
Guam, stjs there wero supplies suf
flclcnt nnllable when tho Now ark left
to last three, weeks, and thnt tho In
habitants would then bo dependent
upon supplies from Cnlte Thoy alflrf
report that the soil v 111 produro rlro
nrul corn bj Apill although at present
cverjthlng presents u forloin aspect.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAT.
Take Laxntho Ilromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tho money If It
falls to cure, E. W. Grove's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
POWERFUL FORCES ARE
PLANNING SHREWD MOVE
Joseph Nimmo Shows That Hand of
Transcontinental Lines is at
Washington, Dec. 24. Sinister
rumors havo been current during tho
past few das that the enemies of thu
Nlcarp;ua cnnal were hard nt work
preparing to spring tho niojcit at n
tlmo when In their Judgment would bu
best suited to their purpose In spite
of the quiet that has reigned up o
this tlmo on tho opposition side, no
0110 hero doubts that the ocrlnnd rail
road Inllucncc Is nt work, fortified by
millions nnd guided by shrewd man
Tho direction that this opposition
would tnko has not been manifested
up to this time, but today a public let
ter fiom Joseph Nimmo, Jr., contains
what may lie n hint of tho 1 no nf
action. Nimmo has for yenrs boblcvl
up nt critical times with shrewd de
vices for dulalng work on tho canal.
Ho has been accused of being In tho
Eonlco of thu Southern Paclllc rail
way. Nlmmo's letter, which Is addressed
to the Washington Post, Is as follows.
"I deslro to express my moit cordial
admiration of the position which oit
hno tnken In fnor of making tho
Nicaragua cnnnl, If built. In nil re
spects an American canal, ospcclalty
rrom trio nillltui) point ot Mow. I beg
Irnve. howccr, to Invite our atten
tion to the fact that ns jet the govern
ment of tho Unltid Statin tins fnll'-d
to Institute nny professional Inquiry
ns to the nimiury nspcctu of tho qu s
tlon. IJen the fundamental aspect as
to whether tho barrier prescnttd by
tho Isthmus Ig or Is not Horn n null
tnry point of low prefernblo to n pas
sago way through It, Is ns jet unde
termined. Mlutarj Bclcneo demand
both barriers nnd pnssngu ways.
"Tho Ludlow (ommlsh.on of 113
noted the fact that the canal would be
uilmrnble throughout, and ouo mem
ber of thnt commission declared It
would bo n feature of weakness In our
military and nnvnl status. Tho loport
of Captain C.eorgo P. Scrlven. United
btntes signal oi'kcr. In 18114, points
to tho formidable dlllleultlcs Invohcd
In tho mllltnrj protection of tho Nic
aragua canal. 'Iho military problem
linohes scleral vitally Importunt
questions, but we have In our army
nnd navy olllccrs prfcctly competent
to soUo these problems. Tho only
reason why they havo not been sohed
long ago Is thnt tho proponents of the
N'cnrngun cnnnl hao from tho begin
nlrfg resolutely opposed nny thorough
and Impartial Investigation In regard
to international engineering or tho
commercial or military nspects of tho
scheme, nnd their efforts hnvo result
ed In tin j ears of delay in securing
tho necessary Information. 1 Bhould
bo much gratified It tho Post would
lend mo the nld of its Inllucnco tow aril
securing nt least n solution of tho
enormous military questions Imolvid
In tho project "
ROUGH ON THE ATLANTIC
New York, Dec. 2G. It was a
moro than mcrrj t'lirltmas for tho
110 pissongers on the belated Allan
' Inn stenmrr Stnto of Nebraska.
Nineteen dajs out from Cljdo, wight
dnyH ocidiio, the Nebraska crept In
to port hero with smashed lift-boats,
demolished lighthouses and broken
nnd twUted rails.
It was tho first clear dny tho voy
agers had seen slnto December fl,
when tho Nebiasln steamed out of
M0M1I0, Ireland, in tho fnct of n gale
that swept her decks
On board the Allan btato liner when
sho left Glasgow on December G wero
ten saloon, thirty second cabin and
sntenty steerngo passengers.
Olllccrs nnd passengers declared
the wreckago on deck gao but n faint
Idea of tho horror of tho oyngo.
Threo times tho macnlnery broke
down nnd tho essel bad .0 be hovo
Oaies nnu head seas swept tho ship
from tho moment sho left Movlllo nt
midnight of December 11, tho feed
pipes of tho engines gao out nnd tho
iN'ebrnskn wns hoo to for threo hours,
headed Into tho sens washing over
It wnn nt this time that a wnvn
smashed tho two lighthouses contain
ing tho sldo lights. Tho cssel was
rolling nnd lifting to the pens or
plunging Into them, inn steerngo
passengers wero all In terror nnd tho
cabin ovogers clung to their berths.
Tho feed pines were repaired and Im
provised sldo lights placed.
Tho engines could not force her
forward at moro than threo knots nn
hour. Sometimes sho moved le
than two knots. Two of tho lifeboats
on tho port sldo forwnrd wero smash
ed to splinters on December in. Tho
vessel logged but fifty miles for tho
24 hours nnd for six dajs sho mado
less than ninety miles. Tho engines
had to bo stopped on tho Kith to cool
somo overheated Journnls nnd tho
next day tho main stonmplpos gnvo
so much troubled nnothcr stop had to
Tho only ono of tho crew Injured In
tho long ojngo wns William Thomp
son, n fireman who wns against tho
deck rails nnd had two ribs fractured.
Copt David Ingram of Vancouver,
who has circled tho globi twice, was
one of tho passengers. Ho raid thnt
three tlmcn thi vmpgiH felt Hint all
hop, was gone. Not n meal could bo
served In tho snloon during tho voy
age. Tho United Stntts army transport
Hancock Is duo hero on tho 7th Inst.,
nnd It Is reported that tho government
Inspectors of Navigation are Included
In her passenger list. The Hancock Is
0110 of tho flne3 ttransportH In tho scr
vlco nnd upon her arrival hero last
Oi tuber was In command of Captain
Stiudc and nn efficient coips of olllcen
Dr.Pierce's Electric Belt
I LT NO i ' AJJreti
IMLKCU U.UCTKIC CO., "
b.n I roocltco
KsJl.l., ' r6M
. ozu 14 -
Altlont,nltti. I.ltil Shipping N.wj, will ta
fojnd on th .lenth p. ft.
MOVEMENTS OK STBAMRRS,
Steamers due and to sail for tho next
thirty days are ns follows:
Steamers. From. Due.
IHO D12 JANEIRO S. V. Jan. 5
ALAMKDA S. I Jan. 8
PKKINd S. F. Jan. 15
MIOWKRA Victoria Jan. 1
ZI3ALANDIA S. K. Jan. 21
GAELIC S. V. Jan. 23
SONOMA S. V. Jan. 29
HONGKONG MARU-S. F. ..Jan. 31
Steamers. For. Due.
ZEALAND! A S. F. Jan. S
MARIPOSA S. F. Jan. 6
HONGKONG MARU S. F Jan. 8
AORANOI Victoria Jan. IB
CHINA S. V. Jan. 18
Zi:ALANI)IA S. P. Jan. 25
DORIC S. P. Jan. 2fi
SIERRA S. P. Jan. 29
A government transport from San
Francisco, carrjlng mall. Is due about
the 9th and 23d of each month.
VESSELS IN PORT.
ARMY AND NAVY.
V. S. training ship Adams, Going, rn
U. S. S. Iroquois, Pond, Midway Island.
U. S. T. Klntuck. Long, from Seattle.
(This list docs not Include coaBters.)
Andrew Welch, Drew, from 3. P.
Iroquois, Am. sp., Thompson, Scat'l".
Altco Cooke, Am. schr., Penhallow,
Archer, Am. bktn., Calhoun, S. 1
Ol.nn ogan. Am. schr., Iteuch, Poit
Antlopc, Ilr. slip , Murray, at Kahulul.
William II, Macy. Oroth, from Sjdnej
Ship John Currier, from Seattle.
Ilk. Knlulanl. from San 1'ranelsco.
Schr. Allan A . lumber from Eureka.
Noveltj-, Am. schr., Rosendale, Calcl!
Prince Albert. Ilr. bk Cappelen, New
castle. It. P Rllhct. Am, bk., McPhall. from
Roderick Dhu. Am. bk., Johnson at
Hllo from San Francisco.
Amy Turner. Am. bk.. Wnrhnd, at Hllo
from Snn Francisco.
Marie Hackfeld. Ger. sp., Wuhrmarn,
Alta, Chilean bk., Thronagle, from
Twilight. Am. schr., Cucstcn, from
Robert Sudden, Am. bk , Kllmann;
Mildred, Am. schr., Rose, from Seattl".
London, Dee. 2G. In tho course nf
n review published In tho Morning
Pot today of tho conditions existing 1
nt Peking. H. J. Whlgham th well
known newspnpe-r correspondent, savs
there nie now n quarter of n million 1
nf Inhabitants pursuing their ordlnnry ,
nvotatloiiH In tho American quarter.
Tho nn.kets nrtt nil In full bhfct. He
ndds thnt tho American nnd Japanese
qunrtora nre In nil respects tno best
managed "showing nbllltv on the pi-t
of the Americans to handle n stibjo t
people which thev have not developed
clscwhero to proper ndvnntnge"
Continuing, Mr. Whlgham savs:
"This enormous portion of tho city
Is policed by exactly one company of
Infnntrv nnd n few mounted men un
der n provost marshal. If only theso
hard headed soldiers of tho provost
mnrshal tvpe hnd been given n free
hand In the Philippines tho task 'if
subliigntlng the unfortunate Islanders
would hnvo been much moro simple.
If the Jnpaneso hnvo come out of tho
muddle with flying colors they nt lenst
hnvo tho Americans close behind. It
wns worth sending nn expedition to
China If only to get a few hints on
transport from tho Americans. Their
Echemo of municipal government
could not bo bettered by tho Ilrltlsh
who hnvo learned the hiiBfness ex
perienced In every quarter of the
"For tho point of contrast It Is only
necessnry to wnlk down tho nvenun
of tho Chinese city dividing tho Unit
ed Stntes nnd Germany. Tho Ameri
can sldo of tho street Is simply Poking
In tho ordlnnry gnrb of peace, minus
Its vnrlegnted smells. Tho opposite
sldo Is nlmost deserted. Tho Germans
hnvo como to tho Amcrlenn sldo for
meat nnd vegetables, nnd It Is whis
pered that tho country people nro
Bomctlmes robbed ns they bring In tho
produce, oxcopt where tho gates nro
Ilrltlsh, American or Japanese. That
Is why tho mnrKcts In tho qunrter con
trolled by theso nations nro tho best."
A despatch to tho Pan Mall Gatctto
from Peking dated Monday, Decem
ber 24, says: "Much Irfltathm hM
boon caused by tho activity of tho
Gorman tioops In tho districts under
Drltlsh protection. So ncuto has been
tno feeling thnt thcro has been n ques
tion of tiro Ilrltlsh seceding from tho
London, Dec. 2G. Tho Foreign
Oitlco Informed n represontntlvo of
tho Assoclnted Press today thnt thcro
Is no truth In the Poll Mall (Inzetto'o
Peking despatch which snjs thcro hns
ben n question of tho Ilrltlsh seced
ing fiom tho nllled command owing to
tho activity of tho Germans In tho dis
tricts under Ilrltlsh protection.
: - :
Plnf-rce In Contempt.
Lansing, Mich., Dec. 24. On
petition of members of tho Inghnm
county bar, Jutlgo Wlest of tho Ing
ham County Court today ordered Gov
ernor Plngreo to nppcar In court next
Saturday nnd blinw cnuso why he
should not bo punished for contempt.
Tho nctlon Is based on nn Interview
which wns published In tho Detroit
Tilbune, December 7th. In which tho
Governor blttoily attacked Judgo
Wlest nnd Prosecutor Tuttlo of Ing
ham eountj-. Attached to tho petition
for nn order is nn affidavit by tho Trlb
uno reporter who secured tho Inter
view, which nfllrms that It was given
for publication nnd thnrtho following
day tho Governor Informed him that
tho Interview as printed wns all right
and commended Its fairness.
Notice Is hereby Riven that THE EN
TERPRISE Mil L CO., U D of Hono
lulu, I1.1S moved it's office to the Magaon
BullJIng, room it. Allpe'ot.sn'nj: ac
counts to said company will kindly ;ttle
the same promptly. I7t4-tm
THE PACIFIC MAIL COMPANY
Ins sue, ceded to the planing mill business
of the Enterprle M'tl Co., Ltd , Alakea
and Richards stteets, and tespectfullv s"ll
cits tre patrimge of all former customers
of the latter ml I company,
1716 tf W. H. G. ARNEMANN.
Stockholders are hereby notified that the
Foufth Assessment of 5 per cent or two and
one-half dollars per share on the Capital
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due andpayablt
July 1st, at the office of the undersigned,
(it Fort street. J.H.FISHER.
Actg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co.,
Honolulu. June t. toco. t;;o
Notice Is hereby given thit Mr. S. E.
Damon Ins this day been admitted to
partnership in the firm of Bishop & Com
pany, v. hlch firm Is now composed of the
following members :
Mr. S. M Damon, Mr. II. E. Walty anJ
Mr. S E. Damon, each of vvhoih sign
HIshop & Co. In all matters pertaining to
the firm's Interests.
Mr. Chas. Bon, Mr. J. Harris Macken
zie, Mr. A. lie-g. Mr. Ho Ton and .Mr.
Alexan Jer Gatvle are repectiv rly author
led to lgn our firm name per procuration.
Honolulu, January tt, toot
1720-n BISHOP. CO.
Klhcl Assent-merit Notice.
The Mh Asesmer.t of 5, or J2.50 par
share, became due on the tst of August,
1900, penalty bearing from Sejtember ut,
lyoo, and del nquent on the 30th of Sep
tember, iqm. IJellnquents are now pub
lllwd and will be sold at auction on the
lit! til ot November, 1900.
1 he oth Assessirent of 1, or $2.50 pe
share, became due on the it of September,
1900, penalty bearing from August 1st,
16:0, and delinquent on the 31st of Oct
The loth Assessment of 5o. or$2.so pe.
share, became due on the 1st of October
1900, bears penalty Ircm November tst
igoo, and will be delinquent on Novemser
1 he nth Assessment of s'i.orte 50 per
share, has been levied to become due and
payaDle on the 15th of November,
1900, v 111 bear rcnaltv from December
15th, 1000, becoming delinquent on tha
15th of January, 1901.
J. P. COOKE,
Treasurer, Klhel Plantation Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, Nuv ember 10th, 1900. i684-tf
Notice to Creditors.
Tht unJfrilcfieJ, hjlnc kn duly arpo'nfH 4
mlnlvtrjtnr ot the Estite o! ( rfANK I'MtUUTKA,
I ale of It tnolulu, Man! oi Uahu Jecetml Intestate.
hcfeb elves roike ti all peron bavin claims
jijjraliikt "U Latit, whether secured by morteict en
teat it'ate or not lo present tfw same with proper
vouch rs. If any exist, ou'y authentcatei to him at
his otiVe on M reliant str'et, Honolulu within six
months from date or thev will bi femer barred
Dated, I'ecrmbei mh. tto
AJmfnlvtrator of tht Lsta e ot I rark I'emuka, i
BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EX-
ecutlon l;ued 0 it of the Sup-erne Court of
the Territory ef Hawaii, on the 20th day
of December, A. U , 1900, against J. A.
But crheld, defenJant, Infavor of E. J.
Moivarrat, plilntllf, for th sum of 9)3.51,
I have on this 27th dty of Decemrer. A.
D., 1000. l-vled upon and shall exrove for
sale at public auction at the Station Houe,
Naiaxaua naie, in me uistiict 01 Honolulu,
Island of Oahu. at 12 o'clock noun, nf
Tuesday, the 29th day of January, A.D.,
1901, to the highest bidder, all the r gilt,
title, and Interest, of said J. A. ButterhelJ,
defendant, In and 10 the follow ing describ
ed property, unless said juJjment, Inter
est, costs, and my expenses be previously
All those premises situated at Paw aa,
Punahou, Oahu, known as I ts 12 and 13,
being a portion of premises cove'ed by
Apana 2 of L.C.A. 8241 to LI. more nattl-
cularlv described In deed of Bruce Waring
and Desky to T. B. Spilng, re-ordeJ In
Lioer 155, on folio 410, said premises be
ing bounded and described as follows:
Beginning at the South corner of these
Lots a point on the West side of Puna
hou St. bearing North 45 00, bast distance
300 'eet from the North ancle of Domini
and Punahou streets, and thence running
North 45 oo East 150 feet along said
Punahou streets thence No-th 4i"co
Weast I2j feet, thence South 45oo
West 150 feet, thence South 41 5o East
12! feet to p ace of becinnlne. containing
an area of 18750 sq. feet.
auojeci to tne lonowing -Mortgages, viz:
(a) Mortgage, T. B. Spring to 1 rustee
of Oahu College, recorded In Liber 163,
Folio 220, for tlree thojsanJ Dollars.
(b) Mortgage, T. B. Spring to L. L.
Cooke, Trustee, rccordeJ In Liber 163,
Folio 6j, for two thousand fiv e hundred
(c) Mortgsge, J. A. Butterfield to Lew
ers and Cooke, dated October 3, 1 80S, re
cordel In Liber 182, Folln 181 to 182, for
one thousand five hundred Dollars.
CHAS. F. CHILLINGWORTH.
Deputy Sheiiff, Territory of Hawaii.
December 27. iqoo. i723-6t
Large Airy Mosquito
EVLRVTIIING NEW AND COMFORTABLE
The New Era 1
The New Two-story Lodging llcuse on
Fort St. tetween Vineyard and School,
Only five minutes walk ti the Orpheum
Cafe, ai d fifteen minutes walk to the post
office. LARGI LANAlb AM) VfcliANDAH.
lURYTIIIr-a OI Till I1LS.T. For terms
apply on premises from 9 a. in. to g p. m.
Large trat of land situated In Nuuanu
Valley, Honolulu, ccntalnlng 20 acres,
more or less, and known as the Nuuanu
Pall Saoon premises, with buildings and
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc.
Annli. MA l"! mPPCA
1 1702-tf 15 Kaahuman'u St,