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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., SATURDAY, JAN. 26, 1001.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Sonoma Jan. 29 Zonlnndla Jan. 31
Mariposa Feb. 9 Sierra Jan. 29
Sierra Feb. 19 Mariposa Feb 13
Zealandla Mch. 2 Alameda ...'. Feb. 18
Ventura Mch 12 Zealandla Mch. 6
,.., Sonoma Mch. 12
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In connection with the sailing of tho above 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 Go.
MMd and Oriental Steamship Co, 0 Toyo KIsen Kalsk
iiiABtfi of tb abort compact will call at Honolulu o4 Uava tola port oo or aboal ifea
for Japan and China:
Ifonekcng Mini (
Nippon Maru ...
Rio d Janeiro ..
, Fetruary 8
, February 6
. March 6
For general lafornaloo ipy o
H. Ilackfeld &
sfitiamta of IB. above Iln.. lUDOtoc ' cooo.clloo wllb Ih. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO
,.I,X Vancouver. B C.and Sydaey.N.S.W.. ml clllo it Victoria. D. C . Honolulu and Drlabar..
IMIK A' JIOVILl'MJ on or about ibe date below tatd vln
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C,
. Mir 16
.. . Arrll II
-r ojtb ticket! Iliuad from Honolulu lo Canada, United Slaltt and Buropa
rauao ail all central inloraauon, apply 10
Theo. H. Davles &
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST
S. S. Hawaiian will be dispatched from New York on or before
January 15 for Ban Francisco, en route to Honolulu
To be followed by S. S. Orefconlan. March loading.
Freight received nt company's wlvirf, 43d Street, South Brooklyn,
at all times. For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight ARent. H. H ACK FELD & CO., LTD.,
Wilder's Steamship Company
TOR ISLAND PORTS.
RING OP THE. .
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
118 FOET STRKIfi
Stable 'Phone, 477
Hack Stand 'Phonos, 31V and 7.
O. H BELLINA.
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Black Sand
In Quantities to Suit
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
NtT Dump Carts furnished by the da)
on Hour's Notice.
H. R HITCHCOCK
Merchant St., In M, D. Monsarrat's oltice.
Drays for Freight
Our representative meets all Incoming
steamers from the Coast "idv.e check
baggage on all outgoing steamers,
tfblte ind Black Sand For Salr
Office with Evening Bulletin. 210 King
street. Tel. 86.
W. LARSEN, Vft.
uoneral Uauagtr ot
Tb Hqu'tahld Life issannM bomt
1 tn f iniid htkliH lot tht HU
tfin. Uit.ohant atrial tier
"hnlpniile Impotteii and bobbin
'm iDd American Dj u-
"n t nnd qnwtn Blttsts.
SEHM, COMMISSION AQBIT-
. ti I'd) and line en btrtctr Leu
For San Francisco:
Uo de Janeiro .
America Mtru. ,
City ot Peking
,, January t6
, March t
... .March 8
Co., Ltd., Agents.
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANB
hot Victoria and Vancouver (B. C )
.. Fb. l)
. Ap-ll lo
... Juna $
For Freltbt aid
Co., Ltd.. GcnU Agents.
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 Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
IJ5 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. I Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. B. & L. Co.
After January 1,
lOilHtt) .1. 3u..
V. C. Smith. Gon'l Fata. fc Ticket
0. V. DHNIwrn. RnnxrlntAnitnnt.
Violin - Studio
Room 4, Love building.
Mrs. Annis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, ' Mlgnon "
720 Ueretanla street; Tel. 1114. i6a7-tf
B. K. KAAI,
Teacher of ' .iter, Mandolin, Zltbm
Ukulele and Taro Patch.
Order to bo left can of Wall, Nlchol
Q ' -Vtrom Moxlo Co.'i IV
1 in II p m p m
it 4 ta to 4 46 1 1?
t $ 11 a 0 s jt l 48
I y m'
1 I J t 9 6 )o . 14
.4 6 to t 8 .$ t co
p. m. a m.
J 8 4 I 6 04 I 40
1! ) 4! I I 4 I ll
IT II oj 1.6 8 J I 11
t8 a. m .0 It 4 18
Tuesday . .
1 a m.
First Quarter of tho Moon on tint
26th at 11:22 p. m.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu Tides from the United States Coast
nnd Geodct)c Survey Tables.
Hawaiian Standard Time Is 10b, 30m
Blower than Greenwich time, belug
that ot the meridian o( 157 30. The
tlmo whistle blows at 1:30 p. m., which
Is the samo as Greenwich Oh, Om.
Musters o( cssels sailing from tbU
port for San Francisco will find thrro
n branch of tho U. S. Hydrographies
Office located In the Merchants' Ex
riinnge, where Is maintained for their
nencflt free of charge, conipleto sets
of charts imd directions of tho world,
I- west Information can bo obtained re-
gjullng lights, dangers to nnilgntlnl
and nil matters of Interest to occm
MOVEMENTS OP STCAMCRS.
Steamers lu anil to sail for the next
thirty ilaja arc oh follows:
Steamers. from. Due.
DORIC Yokohama .Inn.
SIi:ilHA Sydno Jan.
SONOMA S. l .Inn. 21
HONOKONG MAUL' S. P Inn. 31
NIPPON MARL' Yokolmma ..Pel). 2
China S. P Pel).
MARIPOSA S. P Pel). 0
RIO I)K JANnino-Yokolmmn.Peh. 1
WARRIMOO Sydney Pel). 13
DORIC S P. Peh 1C
AORANOI Victoria Peh. 10
A1.AMP.DA Sjdney Pel). 18
SinilRA S. P. Peh. 12
COPTIC Yokohama Pel). ID
NIPPON MARU S. P Pel). 20
Steamers. For. Due,
DORIC S. r Jan. JO
ZPALANDIA S. F. Jan. 31
SIERRA S. F Jan. 2D
SONOMA Sidney Jan. 29
HONOKONG MARU Yoko'ma. Jan. 31
NIPPON MARU S. F. Feb. 2
CHINA Yokohama Feb. i
RIO DE JANEIRO S. F. Feb. 12
'.MARIPOSA S. P. Feb 13
WARRI.MOO Victoria Pel) It
DORIC Yokohama Feb. lfi
AORANOI Sidney Feb. 13
ALAMEDA S. F. Peh. 18
SIERRA Sidney Teb. 19
COPTIC S. F. Feb. Pi
NIPPON MARP Yokohama... Feb. 2fi
A government transport from San
Francisco, rnrr)lng mill, Is duo about
the 9th and 21d of each month.
INPCHKONATHD JACK FLYNN
Thorn Is a oung man walking tho
streets of Honolulu today who Is very
glad that ho Is not locked up at the
pollco stutlon. Had ho remained there
u llttlo longer thuu ho did this fore
noon, It lery nfolmhlo that he wouli
lime landed below.
It seems that a man hy tho nnnio of
Jack Klnn was locked up last night
on tho charge of drunkenness. Ho ap
peared In the I'ollco Court this fore
noon, pleaded guilty and was lined the
usual amount. Instead of going to thu
receiving Btatlon and getting tho JH0
which was taken from him by tho cleric
on tho night before, ho went out on
the streets and began talking with
somo ot his friends. To one of theso ho
mndo tho statement that ho had left
somo money at tho pollco Btatlon, Tho
young man referred to nbmo was
standing near hy and, quietly detaching
himself, he went to tho pollco station
and tried to get the money, represent
ing himself as Fljnn. Turnkey Melan
phy happened to appear on tho scenn
Just at thnt tlmo and he saw Immedi
ately what was drong. When tho young
man found ho had run up against a bad
proposition, ho left the station In
Mother's comfort. Father's delight.
G oil's clearest earthly gift to man.
What a happy sight; tho healthy, ro
bust vigorous, rollicking, always tho
samo baby. What a sad sight; tho
puny, bluo and palo, restless, crying
baby. Nino out ot ten times tho chl'd
Is troubled with worms. It shows It
In convulsions, spasms, colic. And ton
times out ot ten Ktcknpoo Indian
Worm Killer will drive out tho
pesky llte-cutlng worms. It Is na
ture's remedy and ns tho healthy
child Is tho natural child, It mu3t
innko tho sickly child healthy. Tho
Indians llilng closo to nature, dis
covered tho remedy. For centuries
they used It to mnko their bablei
rugged, powerful, fearless. What It
has dono for tho chl'd of tho forest
It will do tor tho child of tho civiliz
ed cure. That Is what It Uaa been
doing for years. You can get it of
your druggist for 25 coutB. Ilo sure
and get tho genuine. The child's ltfo
In too precious to trifle with worth
less substitutes. Hnbron Drug Co.,
agents for tho Klckapoo Indian Homo
dtos. Tho weekly edition of tho Eienlng
Diillctln gives a conipleto summary ot
tho news of the day.
INTRODUCED IN EACH
HOUSE OF CONGRESS
Corliss Bill for Government Construc
tion Seems to Have Precedence
Foster Wants it to Start From
Washington, Jan 17. Pour bills
hale been Introduced In the Scnato
and four In the House of Rcprescntn
tlies providing for a Pnclflc cable. Tho
Senate bills nro those of Senators
Lodge, Ilutler, McMillan nnd Foster.
The Houso bills nro those of Congress
men nnrham, Sherman, Corliss and
the net, passed by the Senato April 11,
1900, and now before the Houso com
mlttce on Interstnto nnd foreign com
mercc, appropriating $d,000,000 for a
Paclflc cablo fund. The latter net
proildes for tho construction of n ca
bio from Snn Francisco to Ilnwnll,
with tho Idcn of ultimately extinding
It to the Philippines.
Tho bill Introduced in tho Houso by
Congressman Corliss of Michigan pro
ildes for the ron tructlon of a cnhlo
from Snn Francisco to Manila by way
of Honolulu, Midway or Wako Islands
and tho Island of Gunm. It appropri
ates $500 000 fo. linmedlrto uso nnd
proildes for nn expenditure on the
part of tho government of over $8,000,
000 In ipjlng tho cpble. Tho bill nlso
fixes tho tariff for iressages nt not
oi er .'!" cents a word between San
Francisco and Honolulu, nnd not over
$1 n word for missages between Snn
Francisco nnd Manila. It nlso author
izes tho Picsldcnt to enter Into no
gotlntlons and establish International
nnd Roiprnmnntol cnblo communion
tlons with Jnppn between tho Island ot
Luzon nnd Formosa, and between I.u
ron tind some commercially deslrnbto
Chinese port. Tho Corliss bill names
Snn Francisco as tho ntnrtlug point,
while somo of tho Sennto hills, notnbly
thnt of Senntor Lodge, proilde for
some sultnblo point on tho Pacific
const, and Senator Sherman provides
that It begin nt somo point at or nenr
Snn rranclsco. Tho measure proposed
by Senntor Foster would hnio tho
cablo start from the coast of tho State
of Washington and run by wny of tho
CALIPORNIAN'S LAST TRIP.
Seventy-four bodies of Boldlcrs weiu
brought by tho transport Cnllfornlan,
which arrived in San Kranilsco on Jan
uary 13 from China und Japan. TIib
bodies are those of soldiers of the ranks
who fell at tho battle of Tien Tsln and
otlurs who met death from dlseaxc In
tho hospitals at Taku and Nagasaki.
No prominent numes arc on tho list.
Tho bodies wero taken from tho Call
fornlan to tho Presidio
Tho Cnllfornlan has been released
from the transport sen Ico nnd return
ed to tho Amcrlcan-Hnwalhiii Steam
ship Company, whlih has Immediate
uso fur her on the new fi eight lino
connecting Snn rranclsco with Hono
lulu and New York.
1 ho only passengers arriving on the
California!! wiro Second Lieutenant
Paul Harry. Fourth Infant!; I)r. C I
Dickinson and A. J Smith and IMuIn
W. IIulc, clerks. Tho trip from Naga
saki was unci entf ill, except for tho fact
that when four dajs out from Nagasaki
ono of tho propeller blades dropped In
to tho sea. This caused a reduction In
speed. On tho outward trip from Snn
Francisco last summer tho Cnllfornlan
lost two propeller blades soon after
leaving Honolulu and was forced to put
Into Ouam for the purposo of putting
on n new propeller. On tho trip Just
cndeil 1S00 tons ot coal and 1G00 pack
ages of soldiers' clothes Boned as bal
last for the Cnllfornlan.
.YlotherH' and Tcachcra' Club.
1 ho Mothers' nnd Teachers' Club met
In I'unaliou preparatory school yester
day atternon for tho purposo of listen
ing to a discussion on "Decoration
with reference to tho home und school
life of children. Tho meeting was iery
well attended. Miss Clnlro II. Vecky
said thnt the use of bright und beauti
ful coloring In tho school mom was a
god thing for tho students. Miss AII"o
King took tho opposite view, saying
that bright colors were very llablo
to distract tho uttcntlon of tho stu
dents. Mrs. Anna II. Tucker gaio some
musical selections, Miss Ilcleno John
son spoko on "Homo Decoration for
Children." There were other numbers
on tho program and then enmo refresh
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Dromo Quinine Tablet!
All druggists refund tho money If It
falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
Is on each box. 25 rents.
Tho Nniy transport Nero which wny
hero n short tlmo ago, finished dis
charging nt Cnilto anil left for San
Finnclscn. It Is supposed that she will
sail for tho Coast by way of Honolulu
Tho Zealanilln brought tho usual con
signment of flesh oysters und Ira
houso goods for Salter H Wnlty. See
their ml on page S
Cantuin Campbell, manager of thn
ship rhnmllery department of tho Wil
der Steamship Company, has presented
tho lliilletln with a recent map of tho
Padfle ocean, showing distances ba
tween principal points Tho Intoriu
tlnnul dato lino nnd submarlno cables
now In operation aro Indlcnted In red
and taken as n wholo Is an Instructive
plcco of work. Much of tho work In'
cldent to the port of Honolulu was pro
pared by Captain Campbell,
The Whole Story
in one letter about
From Capt. F. Lore, Police Sutton No. i
S, Montreal i-"Wi frtqQCDtlr uie Pinnr
DiriY Pain-Killm forjxifni In tht item-'
nM, rhtvmat irmt tifntnt tost bitti, thl
b faint, cram p$f and all afflictions wtJch ',
bcfa'I men Id oar position. 1 have no heil
tatlon In "jlng that Pain-Killm it tht
hut remedy to hart near at hand."
Veetl Infernally and Kiternallr.
Two BLtf. 85c. and 50c, bottlca.
All shooting on the lands of "MOANA
LUA" Is strictly prohibited.
I747t S. M. DAMON.
I hereby give notice that YOUNG CHOCK
IIIN has my full powe- of Attorney duilng
mv absence from Hawaii.
747-?t YOUNG CHEE.
Airs. A. M. A1BLLIS
HAS REOPENED HER DRESSMAK-
Ing establishment at 15? Heretanla Slrct.
where she will be plea-ea to ,te her pat
rons. Specially selected noieltles In dress
materials for diy and eienlng near, laces
and trlmnilrgs, of litest Importations, will
he on view TIIUKMXtt AM) TRIDAY, JAN
UAUl 24th and 14th. l74V)t
The annual meeting nf the PACIFIC
CLUB will bs held FEBRUARY 4H1.
loot, at the Club Houe at 7:30 p. M.
EDGAR HALS TEAD.
I74y6t e. o. d. Secretary.
There will be a srcciil meetlnc of the
stockholders of TIIL WASHINGTON MLR
CANTILL CO., LTD., at the offices of the
company, corner Fort and Queen streets,
Saturday, January 20m, 1001. it 4 p.m.
GEORGE fc. MORGAN,
The annual meetlne of the stockholders
of the PACIFIC GUANO : FLKTILIZLR
CO. will bo held at the office nf Messrs. H.
Hackfield & Co., Ltd , on Monday, Jan
uary 28th, at 11 a. m.
H. A. 1SENBERG.
1 747-2 1 Secretary.
The Annual Meeting of KAHUKU
PLANTATION CO. will te held at the
Chamber of Commerce room on Mon
day, January 2Sth, at 10 o'clock a. in., for
the reading of repotts and the election of
V. W HALL,
THE PACIHC MILL COMPANY
has succeeded tn the pi mine mill business
of the Enterprise M'll Co., Ltd , Alakea
and lilcliards streets, and lespectfullv soil
cits the patMiage of all former customer"
of the latter mill company.
1716 tf W.H.G. AUNEMANN.
Stockholders are hereby notified that thr
Foufth Assessment of 5 per cent or two anC
one-half dollars per share on the Capital
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payablt
July 1st, at the office of the undersigned
111 Fort street. J. H. FISHER.
ctg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co
Hnnnlulu. June I. loco !?,
Olaa Sugar Co., Ltd
The stock transfer books of the Olaa
Sugar Company, Limited, will be closed
to transfers from January 16th to 30th,
both dates inclusive.
ELMER e. paxton,
Treasurer Olaa Sujnr Company, Ltd.
Dated: Honolulu, T, U,, Januiry 15,
OLAA SUGAR CO., LTD.,
Tre annual mretlne of the stockholders
Of the OLAA SUGAH COMPANY. LI1UTI D,
will be held at the rooms of the Chamber
of Commerce, In Honolulu, on Wednesday
January 30, 1901, at 10:30 o'clock a. m.
uv order oi tne Hoard 01 uirectors.
ELMER E. PAXTON,
Treasurer Olai Suear Co.. Ltd.
Dated Honolulu, T.H., January 21, 1001.
Election of Officers.
THE PORTUGESE MUTUAL BENE-
fit Society of Hawaii at Its 'egulir aunuil
meeting, nciu at nonuiuiu on January 1 3111
1901, elected as Its officers for the current
lear the follow Inu gentlemen :
V. O. lelxelr.i, President
Joao d' Abrew, Jr., Vlce-pr sldent
M, J U. Sllva, bcreury
A (j. Sllia, rrcisiip-r
lloird of Dl rLtors: Jose Paulo Dlis.
riioinj Cair.lho, Sr., F. G. JirJun, Abel
S. Nicimeiito and I". Carvalhu, Ir.
lloird ot lulltors: Joao J. Harhozi
J de .W Jciio., C. A Vlelra, J. C. Quin
tal and A. R. Sliva.
M J. K.SILVA,
1 747-1 iv Secretjrv
ISOTICB TO CUIiDl I'ORS.
Not'ce li ti.icby Rlvm 10 allcrr Jlluri having ilalms
against tti eitate of Juta A de Sllva late I hunt
lulu, deirahf 4. lo p i wnt ihe Mm Jul) audi nt ca ei
and hh i ri prr vuurhera, at tn otli.i ut Hie admin
litrator, JAM Osarlo ,S,- PuMl.hln Lai
othrt, or 60! Qoarrv St iloiouu Oahu Terrl ory
of II. wall. -Iin'n ala (6) months from the Jate hereof.
or they will be lorever barred
J A. M O AttlO.
Admlnl.trttor of the esta e of Jos A de Sllva, de
ceased Da'ed at Honolulu, Oahu, this )th day 'I January,
1901. iBjo-Jan l.w.io.ao
Commissioner's Sale of Real Estate
Situate on the Island of Oahu.
Pursuant to a decree made by
Hon, A S Humphreys, 1st Judsu
of the Circuit Court of the First
Judicial Circuit, filed the loth day
of Janu.iry, A L. 1901, in a cause
entitled Ida I:. Lamb vs Geo. V.
Smith, J I: Kalioa and Hannah Ka
iivi, foreclosure proceedincs, I am
directed to sell at public auction,
subject to confirmation by the Cir
cuit Court, on Saturday, February
cjth, 1001, at 12 o'clock noon, of
that day, at the mauka entrance to
the Judiciary building, all or any of
those certain pieces or parcels of
land situate In the city of Honolulu
and district of Una, in the Island of
Oahu, and more particularly de
scribed as follows:
1 All that pieceor parcel of land
situate on School street in said Ho
nolulu, between Ntiuanu street and
VVaikahalulu bridge, containing an
area of 74-100 of an acre, being a
portion of the Inml described in K.
P. 1823, L. C. A. 1154 to Ohialau,
and the land con eyed to the said
Addle N. Smith by J. Keanu, of
En a aforesaid, by deed d.t'ed
August oth, 1883, of record in liber
82, pages 326-7 in said registry.
2 All the right, title, interest and
estate of the said Addle N. Smith
(otherwise known as Nahotlua; and
of the said George W. Smith, in her
right or otherwise in and to that
certain piece of land in Nuuanu
Valley in said Honolulu, lying be
tween the homestead lot ot the late
T. H. Hnbrnn and Nuuanu stream
and described in deed of conveyance
from Keoahu to A. Hikoti and said
Nahoelua dated June 2nd 1862, and
of record in liber 15 on pages 234
23G in slid Registry.
3 All those two certain Apanas
of land situate nt K.ilaulcle, Lehua,
liwa, Island of Oahu, being Apana
2 of K. P. 222 to iN.iIu.mim and
therein describeJ, containing 2 35
acres, and Apana 2 of U I'. 225 to
Kejk.i Kahlcivalu, containing 2.35
actes as com eyed to Addie N. Smith,
wife of George W. Smith, by
J. L. Richardson by deed dated
March 101I1, 1880, and of record In
libei 62 on pages 394-395, Hawai
iin Registry of Conveyances.
The title to the above lands is
believed to be good, but I will sell
only such title and such area as is
vested in me as commissioner in the
Terms of sale cash In U 8. gold
coin. Deeds at the expense of pur
chasers. For further particulars
apply to Messrs. Holmes and Stan
ley or GEO. LUCAS,
Commissioner's Sale of Real Estate
Situate on the Island of Oahu,
Pursuant to ,i decree made by
Hon. A. S. Humphreys, 1st Judye
ot the Circuit Court of the First
Judicial Circuit, filed the 10th day
(if January, A.D. 1901, in ,i cause
entitled Samuel C. Allen vs. George
Washington Smith and Ida I: Lamb,
foreclosure proceedings, I am direct
ed to scP at public miction, subject
to confirmation by the Circuit Court,
on Saturday, February oth, A I)
1001, nt 12 o'clock noon ot that
day, at the mauka entrance to the
Judiciary building, all or any of
those certain pieces and parcels ot
land situate In the city of Honolulu,
hikI district oi bwa, in the Island of
Oahu, and more particularly de
scribed as follows:
I All the undivided half of Geo.
W. Smith in and to those two certain
pieces of land at Lihue, Kwa, Isl
and of Oahu, being Apana 2 of R.
I1. 222 to Maherina, containing 2.35
acres, and Apana 2 of U. P 225 to
Keaka Kahlewalu, containing 2.35
acres conveyed to Addie N. Smith,
wife of George W. Smith, by deed
of J. L. Richardson, dated March
10th, 1880, and of record in liber
62, page 39.,, Hawaiian Registry of
2 All the undivided Half of G.
V. Smith in and to those premises
situate in Nuuanu Valley, as more
fully appears in deed recorded in
liber 15, page 234.
3 All the undivided half of G.
W. Smith In that certain piece of
land situate on School street in said
Honolulu, between Nuuanu street
and Walkahalulu bridge, described
in R. P. 1823 L. C. A. MJ4 to
Ohialau, and conveyed to Addie N.
bmltli, also Known as iNanoelua, by
deed of J. Keanu, dated August 9th,
1883, and recorded in liber 82, pages
326 and 327 in said Registry.
4 All those two certain pieces or
parcels of land known as lots 15 and
16, situate in the Kekio Tract, Ho
nolulu, island of Oahu, a descrip
tion of which more fully appears in
deeds of V. C Achi. trtistte. and
C H Maile, trustee, dated March
ri7th, 189S, and recordel in liber
170 in pages 307 and 308 in said
I Ik title to the above lands is be-
I'd ul t" hr goid. but I 'lill sell only
such title and siuh area as is vested
n me as commissionei in the above
lernis of sale t.th in U, S. gold
coin. (Deeds at the espenseof pur
chiseis For further particulars
apply to Messrs. Holmes and Stan
ley or GI-URGI: LUCAS,
Pantheon Shaving Parlor