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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., THUnSDAY, JAN. 31, 1901.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Mariposa Feb. 9 Zenlnmlla Jnn. 31
Sierra Feb. 19 Sierra Jan. 29
Zealandla Mch. 2 Mariposa Feb 13
Ventura Mch 12 Alameda Feb. IS
Zealandla Mch. G
, Sonoma Mch. 12
In connection with the sailing of the 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
Tork 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.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Go, 0 Toyo Risen Kaishs
.,., Hitimtn of tb tbovi eopmt will call t Honolulu nd Itivs tbiipott oa or abostttt ...
... dalti talowmiDttoncJi....
For Jaoan and China:
China.. February ft Nippon Maru . .... February 0
Doric February 16 Pl J Jjncfru .. February 11
Nippon Mini Februanr A Cnpuc Febrmrvia
Rio de Janeiro March 6 America Maru March
Coptic March 4 (lt nf Peking MarJiS
America Maru .....1. March it (uel'c Marih 16
Pot tnfal Inforoa'loB tpy 0
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents.
jQia.m.ft at fh thavi lln. runntni In ranmettoa with tha CANADIAN PACITIC RAILWAY CO
MlwMfl Vancouver, B. C , and Sydnay. N. S. W.. and
' ijm .v ikmuiiULU on or ipoui iu
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B, C,
i nrlibaot aod Sydney 1
. .Mar 16
... . April 11
A June 8
JWTbroorh ticket! tnut4 from Honolulu to Canada, United Statti and Europo
raiaafi ana an ftnarai loiormauon, appiy 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 8. S. Oregonlan. March loading.
Freight received nt company's wlvirf, 43d Street, South B.ooklyn,
at all times. For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSE,
General FrelKhtAKent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Wilder's Steamship Company
rOU ISLAND I'ORTS.
.R1NO OP THK.
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
CIS FOKT 8TRKVJ
SUM. 'Phono, 477
Hack Stand 'PhunN, S1U nuel 7t.
C. H BELLTNA.
FOR BALLAST !!
, f White and Black Sand
(, In Quantities to Suit
EXCAYAT1HC - CONTRACTED
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
Sr Dump Carts furnished by the dij
on Hour's Notice.
H. R HITCHCOCK
Merchant St., In M. D. Monsarrat's ottice.
Drays for Freight
Our representative meets ali Incoming
steamers from the Ccmt and we check
baggage on all outgoing steamers.
Wblte and Black Sand For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin. 210 King
street. Tel. 86.
W. LARSEN, M'fr.
central Manager ot
Tb BJquHable Life Assumdco Bocu
0 tb Ifelttd Btalea tot thn UiwMU-
Orncji Muxihan' MthiI, Flo'
f. phiUjps & uu
Wholc.nlt) Impoitms and Jobteri
Inropein acd American Dry so
Fo t and Queen BtfKtj
H. HACKFELD & CO., Li"
.EKERAL C0HHISS10H AGEF
lot Fork and Qntec Strttti hon
For San Francisco :
calllDf at Victoria, C. C. Honolulu and Brittle
obi otiow iiea via 1
FRUM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria and Vancouvtr (B. C)
For Fiilcbt aod
Co.. Ltd., Gen'l Aftcnts.
f . ." Ti
ACROSS THE CONTINLNT FPOM
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 Briber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
i)5 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Ag-nt,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & r. A..
'472 Omaha, Nebraska.
0. R. & L. Co.
From and After January 1, 18t9.
STATIONS Dally Dilly
(Outwttd) ti Sua. lolly it Sua. Dally Dili)
AM AM AM. PM. PM
HooolulQ . ... TIC 0 1 II Of SIS S 10
Pll City.... to gl 11:49 j it t so
Ew Mill I j 10 o ii 00 os 1 13
Wolinio , 10-50 .... i ,,,.
WUlu n ss .... 140 ...
iauku iij (is ....
(lowtld) tl 3ul Dolly Dolly Dolly
AM.. AM PM. P.M.
Wololut i.io .... oso
Waltuoo 1110 .... sis
"I1!1 J Jo US lios 4 10
Purl City a is 1 01 130 4 Si
ooolglu 6 j s jj aoj 15
F. C. Smith, Gon'l Paw. A TloVet
Q. P. Diitiiion. Hnrmrlntnndnnt.
Violin - Studio
Room 4, Love Building.
Mrs, ADiiis Montague Turner,
Vocul Studio, " Miction "
720 Beretanla street; Tel. 1114.
K. K. KAAI,
Teacher of .itar, Mandolin, Zltb
Ukulelo and Taro Patch.
Orders to be left care of Wall, Nlobni
OJ r -V"wtrom Mudo Co.' ISM
j itt iar
1 I 1 L 1 F
Remarkable Discovery That Cares Tbls Danger
ous and Disfiguring Disease Without Palo,
Operation or Ioconvenlecce.
TRIAL PACKAGE SENT FREE.
Dr. John 1 IlnlB, n well known Cin
cinnati phjnlclnn lias bail ninreloua
BiicecsR with n remedy that cures Goltio
or Thick Neck. And ow Ing to thnt fact
Mrs LlllUn Br.mn. vthtt . entirely curei of (iollre
olur luflerln forte iears
that mint sufferers licllcxo (ioltre Is in
cuinhlo Dr. HalK sends n free trl.il
pncknRv of Ills dlscoxery so that n
tlents tuny try nnd know pcwUhi'ly that
(.(litre tan ho cured nt inline without
pnln tlnngir opt ration or nuj Incon-
( nlcnce Send j our nnmc nnd nddres3
to l)r John l. HnlK SGG Otenn II11III
liiB, Cincinnati, Ohio lT. 8. A., nml hf
will foi wind the treatment postage
prepaid Do not fall to k'et this won
derful irmeil. In lloniln) India, no -000
patients In that Infected dlsttlct
were cuicd with this same teiiicd, anil
whereer used Its sucicss hns been
Write nt once, send name nnd id
dress tndn, and Dr HoIr will be kH I
to send 3011 n trial package of the reme
d) fiee. Do not delay.
a m tl p m p m .a
.e 17 4 18
S 1 !. 1 S '
I oo't T.II S
I 6.l ! I.)J
a it 1 o' 1 )8
S 06 1 0 j 11
40 l. 4 CI
4 10 I t 4 41
I"n 1 1 Moon on the 3d at 5:00 a. tu.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of the meridian of 157 30. The
time whlstlo blows at 1:30 p. m., which
Is tho same as Greenwich Oh, Om.
Musters ot easels sailing from this
poit for San rranclsco will find there
a branch of tho U. S. II)drograph!c
Otllm lointcil in tho Merchants' i:x
rh.iugi, whoie Is maintained fur tli"ir
iHlivIlt fiee of charge, complcto sell
of 1 harts pud directions of tho world.
Uitost lufornntlon can bo obtained r.i
gjni ng lights, dangers tu n.tlgailoi
ami all matters of Interest tu oceju
movi:.mi:nts or sti:ami:ks.
Steamers duo nnd to sail for tho next
thirty das aro as follows:
Steamers. Trom. Due.
NII'I'OX MAUL Yokoliama ..IVb 2
China S 1' reb. '".
mauii'osa s. r rcb. 9
ItIO Di: JANEIRO Yokohama. I"cb. 12
WAIUtlMOO Sjdney 1'eb 13
DOUIC-S. V rcb. 10
AORANOI Victoria Ib 10
AI.AMKDA Sjdncy I'cli IS
SIKRUA S. r. 1'eb. 19
COPTIC Yokohama Feb. 19
NH'PON MAUL' S. r reb. 2fi
Steamers. For. Duo.
NIPPON MAUL' S. I" I'iIj 2
CHINA Yokohama Ib
RIO I)R JANEIRO S K rcb. 12
MARIPOSA S. r. .' Feb. 13
WAHRIMOO Victoria Feb. 1.1
DORIC Yokohama Teh. 10
AORANOI Sjdney reb. l'i
AI.AMDDA S. r reb. 18
SIHRRA Sj'dney rcb. 19
COPTIC s r 1'eb. Vj
NIPPON MARU Yokohama ..Feb. 2C
A government transport from San
rranclsco, earning mall, Is duo nbout
the 9th and 23d of each month.
BATTLE IN THE SUA.
A strnngo sight was witnessed bv
the ciew of tho sttnmu Notait on
Monday ctcnlnn-on her way to Knual
Whtn nhrcjbt of Pearl llnrbor, n great
commotion In the sen nnd spouting of
water was noticed near tho vessel
Closer Inspection show id that It was
n battle between n whnle and another
monbtcr of tho sea 'I he whalo seemed
to be getting the worst of the light
us It una spouting nml bclln. lug 1
gieut deal Its antagonist could not
bo seen Sumo of tho crew think It
was u khoi dllbh while others thing it
wus a thrasher
TO CURE A COLD IN ONC DAY
Take I-axntlve Iiromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tho money If It
falls to cure. E. W, Grove's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
Tho weekly edition of tho Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
tho news of tho day.
HER CAPACITY EQUAL TO
FOUR ORDINARY SHIPS
Will Take Eight Thousand Tons of
Sugar on This Trip Be
gins Loading This
When the freighter California lcacs
Hllo fui New York her cargo will con
sist of nbout SOUO tons of sugar for the
Last cu'nlng she finished discharg
ing her cargo, all of which Is for this
pott and this morning, she began tak
ing sugar. From here she will get 0
730 tons of sugar nnd In Hllo, for which
place she will Ieac not later thnn Sun
day, she will get 12"0 tons more.
The sugar she will carry Is from nil
the plantations on the Islands except
ing those controlled b) Irwin & Co
vho operating their own lines of
steamers nnd sail csscls will continue
to do tliilr own earning
On nrcount'of the time It will take
to put her Immense cargo nbo.ud the
steamer will bo delated a little This
Is because the imuhlnerj fur the sugar
conejors which the railroad compnnv
Is Installing on their w bancs, did not
arrlte until the hst Zealandla
!!otcci. machines will be In work
Ing order for the Amerhan nnd will
save n great deal of time fur the tea
sel Chief i:nglnrei Chlsholm nf the
steamer Is tery willing to show tlir
'essel nnd her working plans to those
deslious of Inspecting
The tcsi-cl Is rertalnlt n model nf n
modem ft eight ship On nceount of
the long nnge she Is Intended for
besides the general tools round In an
engine room, there Is a complete ma
chine shop with lath'es. drills and oth
er necessarj Implements.
The tessel hns n double bottom nnd
the compartment between the outer
nnd Inner shells Is used as a water Inl
last tank and has a capacity of ITiO
of Oceanic Company
The annual meeting of tho stock
holders of the Oceanic Steamship Co.
was held In San Francisco on tho
21st Inst. The financial statement of tho
secretary showed that at the beglnnlni;
of the fiscal jear the company hn 1
7 13.311.37 on hand. From the bund
Isbiio was realized $1,250,000; from the
sale of thiee sailing vessels. $24 000
while the regular receipts of the 5 ear
were $1,013,590.91'., a totnl of $3.031.0"i2
Ort. The expenditures werens follow
Dlsbtiisements, liiiludlng purduco
of new vesHtK $1 090 . "MO (IS , dlvldinds
$130 00'). opei.itlng expenses. $910 111 -is
fila' $.'7V; 150.0. funds on baud
$-'711111 SO The new I) tleitiil dlm
ti is m seive foi iiisuing inr 11 ic Clans
Sprwkil Tin. 111 is II Pheb A S
Tublis W I) K Rlbsoii and Onige
Charter Makers on
The Independent chatter commission
met again lubt night and continued tho
consideration of tho outline fur county
government. The dulks of county mil
lers was the subject of thu session. I
bato at tlmts wuxed warm, but on the
whole, good work was dono nnd the
county government scheme advanced.
'I he bill provides for n county at
torney for each county under bond of
$3,000. In taso uf death, tho county
attornej's successor shall bo appointed
by tho Hoard of Commissioners. Tho
amendment made h) Ervlng piovldlnu:
for a Deputy County Attorney, was vot
The County Survejor must be elect
ed nnd shall bo a gradunto In civil en
gineering and surveying.
Tho duties of Coroner, Sheriff and
tinder Sheriff wero also discussed. Tho
Commission meets again tomorrow
night fur further work .
Tom dumcH In Clttirfle.
Thomas K. James who mado him
self popular with tho traveling public
jenrs ago ns n purvejor of good things
to eat on steamers between San Fran
cisco Honolulu nnd tho Colonies, Is tin
the Sonoma. The fact that Janus Is In
charge of tho stcwaid's department of
tho new boat will servo to make that
boat a vci popular vessel, especially
for Honolulu people
Ev-l'OhtmriKtci lliinnii Demi.
Oakland Jim 22 Ex-Postmavter
Janus 1. Ilauna died nt his home, 1109
Iliusli stnet. after an Illness of ten
vcnis. Ilu was a native of Ohio, having
been born nt MeConnc llsvlllo soventy
0110 jcihh ago. Ho was thu bciond son
of Judge John E Hnnnn, n well known
lawjer of that section. Whllo et a
mcro outh his parents removed with
tho family to St. Joseph, Mo where
they resided fur many oars.
The over popular Rainier beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you bavo a glass ot Seattle," Is mora
often heard than anything olse. The
Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap or
Many r"rle suffer from constipation.
This Imariibly produces slomich, liver
and kldnev dfcrax. nnnttlnitlmi l -1
daijEtrous diene. Cure It with Hostel-
urs atomacti Hitlers, mere is nothing
better. It will not shovk the sys'em end
It positively cures Indigestion. dt$pepla,
biliousness, m.ihrla, fever and ague. Tr
It It tmy be obtained from any drucslst.
See that a i'rlvntu Revenue Stump
covers the netl of the bottle.
Notice Is hereby p.lcn that HO SfcU
has this div sold to the undersigned all
Interest of hfs store, with all gener.il mer
chandise therein, situ ite In Knkuko. All
deb's on or before this day will be settled
by said Ho beu.
HO YLE CHO.
,'anuary 2X, toot. I7fivv
, annual" meeting.
The annual muting nf the PACIFIC
CLUB will be held FbHRUAllY ath
loot, at the Club Hoii'e at 7:30 P .VI.
i7-H-6t e. o. d. Secretary.
A mtlniy nt th QfnrtlMr nt TUC
ORPHEUM CO.. LTD.. will fe held at
thp nflir nf th fv.-inlnlinl PJtiU nn Prl.
day, February 1st, at 2 p.m.
rt iuii aucnoance is reouesiej.
1749 4t President.
THE PACIFIC MILL COMPANY
has succeeded to the rbnlnf mill buslnns
of the Enterprise Mill Co., Ltd., Alakea
and Richards streets, and tespcctfully soli
cits the patronage of all former customer;
of the Utter mill company.
I7i6tf W. H. G. ARNEMANN.
Stockholders are hereby notified that thf
FoufthAssessment of 5 per cent or two anC
one-half dollars per share on the Capita
stock of THE I.VTER ISLAND TELE
JKAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payable
July 1st, at the office of the um'erslKneJ
tu Fort street. J. II. FlSMbR.
ictg. Trras. Inter Island lelegraphCo
Honolulu, June 1. 1000 m
election of Oi'l"ic:r-s
At a sreclal ni'etinc of -he von Hamm
Yfiune Co., Ltd.. dul held at th- oiliie
of the Company. Queen street, Honolulu
the follow iiik were elected nlli.ers of the
comp.mv fui the tiiMilnr; ear:
Alexinder Yount;. President.
Conrid C. von Hamm, Vice I'res't.
Archibald A. Young, 1 reasurer.
Archibald A. Young, Secretary.
Conrad C. von Hamm, Auditor.
ARCHIBALD A, YOUNG,
Secretary I In von H.imnvYouiif; Co..
Honolulu. Jan. 20. loot. I7jl'lt
IN TMr CIRCUIT COURT. FIRST CIRCUIT
Territory ol Hawaii At (hitntrri. In r-Tot-ate In
the matter ot Hi rsUtt nf Llla Jam ItnjrJman, late
of Honolulu. Ojtm JecrateJ The jHtlti n an4 ac
counts f the txecutnr of the uill of t-IJ JtrcvJteJ
iiai inn rrvn nirl unrrrln Ik aiks irat tils account
t-tf t-XamlnrJ and arirovcJ. and lh.it a (mt irJr h
nuJe of JNtrlt utlon nf the rnpertv remain I ni; In hl
nsnji in nit iHTmn infirm rnui'ej, an J JiKiurRini;
hi in (rum alt further rewnilWIIty s ttch expeutt.r
It Is nrJcre4 that I rliay, the ijtf, day nf I et-ruary, A
11, ftyi. at toitcli k am Mute a JuJee of alJ
Court at thf court room at th JuJIciary imilJIni;
Honolulu Oahil h ainJ lti k3fn licrt-hv Iv imnint .
at tli time anj place for hearing kafj petition anj
accounts an J ttut all persons Intrretei may then ani
there aprvar anj showcaus. If any they haw. Hh)
thf sam thnulj not be granted
Honolulu, uanu, January Qtrt 1901
J A THOMIKHN
S r. CHILLINGKOKTH Clerk,
Attorney for Petltlcner
ITU'Jin o it t 11
Notice to Creditors.
Tho unierslatnvi havlnir been Jut arrointeJ aJ
mlrls ratrU of the estate ot Manuel de MeJelrot late
of Honolulu Oahu deceased Notice Is hereby Riven
1 1 an ivrvonH 10 prettni uitir Claims agum! uw es
titvotsalj Manuel Je MeJelros, Jul auttient cated,
uhetlHT Mcured by morteaKt or othrtiv totkvun
d'rslRned at her residence on Kapatam street.
nunoiuiu wanu or ai me orcce 01 j M JJuson,
Lsi.inMercli nt St llinolulu, atortsald within
six im nths fri m the date hereof, or ine will h f r.
eer birred And all persons Indebted to said estate
art ncrr.y re uesit J io make immtrjiaa payment 10
Honolulu, Oahu, January in iot
MAKY lE MLDIIROS
Administratrix of thi estata of Manuel deVedelros
ITM-Jun 10 it a 11 ,t
The Lndrrslrnf d hat nr Kn duh arrnlnted ai.
mlnMra or of the estatu of KATIL I SIMS late of
Honolulu 1st ntof Oahu deceased herebv irlves
notice to all irediton f ttie d-ctaied to rttwni ihir
ciaim. j ny uintuniitatf j wim priptr vouine s
ein If the siitiB U n r.d bv mnrtake uptn rial
rUL to Mm l tfw cfticeotth Wilder bteamshlp
oitice H n ttn w thin six mi nths from Jatt hereof
and all cl (miot prti ted w th n s)J time will be
font r lane J All persons uulnp stld estate are
re luested I a mala Immediate aymtnts
Administrator of the 1 state of Katie L Sims,
Honolulu January it iqji itio Jan it t 11 1
Estate of August Kraft, Deceased
NOTICL TO CREDITORS
Notlca ll heiebv Plv.l Iv th. unirnipnej aimln.
lltratol will) lh will ann.aej of ll.e aluv. mmri
.Half to ttm crvJItnrt of anj all rtfrinp. havlni;
clatmi acalnit Ilia kali tklat. fo r-rrvrnt Ih.lr . alma
July autlienllcalrj ar J with pro. uchlla If any
cxlil (cyan It III. claim 'f trcurej bv tnoityaic up n
iralcilale) tcililm, altli.r at hi iia U cor placti t
builnaai. or to t. L V.taktr, hi. attorney at Hun i
lulu, within alx months from lit. Jate of this notice
or'heyhhall b. foieier barreJ.
llorolulu, January it 1901.
WILLIAM L. liriWADn
Uio-ll-Jan imi.ji.t Aimlnlilrator.
Commissioner's Sale of Real Estate
Situate on the Island of Oahu.
I'ursuant to a decree maJe by
Hon. A. S. Humphreys, ist JuJjje
of the Ciruiit Court of the First
Judicial Ciruiit, filed the 10th day
of January, A D. iqoi, in .t cause
entitled Ida h Lamb s Geo. V.
Smith, J I: K.tlto 1 nnd Hannah Ka
iwi, foreclosure proctedmas, I am
directed to sell at public auction,
subject to confirmation by the Cir
cuit Court, on Saturday, February
9th, toot, at 12 o'clock noon, 'of
that day, at the mnuka 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 Ewa, In the Island of
Oahu, and more particularly de
scribed as follows:
1 All that pieceor parcel of land
S'tuate on School street in said Ho
nolulu, between Nuuanu street and
Waikahalulu bridge, containing an
area ot 74-10001 an acre, netng a
portion of the Innd described in It.
I 1S23, L. C. A. 1 1 54 toOhiahu,
Mill the land conveyed to the said
Addie N. Smith by J. Keanu, of
Ewa aforesaid, by deed dated
August Qth, 18S3, of record in liber
82, pagei 20-y in said reclstiy.
2 All the right, title, interest and
estate of the said Addie N. Smith
(otherwise known as Nalfoelua; and
of the said George W. Smith, In her
right or otherwise in and to that
certain piece of land in Nuuanu
alley In said Honolulu, lying be
tween the homestead lot ot the late
T. II. Hobroii and Nuuanu stream
and described In died of conveyance
from Keoahu to A. Hikou and said
Nahoelua dated June 2nd, 1862, and
of record in liber 1 5 on pages 234
236 in said Registry.
3 All those two certain Apanis
of land situ tie .it kal.iutcle, l.ehua,
liwa, Island of Oahu, being Apan.t
2 of It. I. 222 to Naheana and
therein described, containing 2 3;
acres, and Ap ma 2 of It I'. 22; to
Keak.i Kahiewalu, containing f.35
acres as conveyed to Addie N. Smith,
wife of George V. Smith, by
J. L. Richardson by deed dated
March 10th, 1880, and of record in
libel 62 on pages 394-305, Hawai
ian Registry of Conveyances.
Tlie title to the above lands is
believed to be good, but I will sell
only such title and such area ns is
vested in me as commissioner in the
Terms of sale cash in U S. 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 a decree made by
Hon. A. S. Humphreys, 1st Judge
ot the Circuit Court of the First
Judicial Circuit, filed the 10II1 day
of January, A. D. 1901, in a cause
entitled Samuel C. Allen vs. George
.ishington Smith and Ida I: Lamb,
foreclosure proceedings, I am direct
ed tu sell at public .tuition, subject
to confirm itiuti bv the Circuit Court,
on Saturday, Febrturv ijth. A U
1901 , i.t 12 o'cloel. "noon ot that
d ty, at the mauk 1 entrance tu the
Judiciary building, all or any uf
those certain picas and parcels of
land situate in the city of Honolulu,
mid district of hwa, 111 the Island of
Oahu, and more particularly -described
1 All the undividei half of Geo.
W. Smith in and to those two certain
pieces of land at Lihue, Ewa, Isl
and of Oahu, being Apana 2 of It.
I'. 222 to Naheiina, containing 2.35
acres, and Apana 2 of It. P 225 to
Keaka Kahiewalu, containing 2.35
acres conveyed to Addie N. Smith,
wife of George W. Smith, by deed
of J. L. Richardson, dated March
lotli, 1880, and of record in liber
62, page 394, Hawaiian Registry of
2 All the undivided half of G.
V. Smith in and to those premises
situate in Mm nut Valley, as more
fully appears in deed recorded in
liber 15, page 234.
3 All the undivided half of G.
V. Smith in that certain piece of
land sltuote on School street in said
Honolulu, between Nuuanu street
and Waikahalulu bridge, described
in It. P. 1823 L. C. A. 1 1 54 to
Ohialau, and conveyed to Addie N.
Smith, also known as Nahoelua, by
deed of J. Keanu, dated August 9U1,
1883, and recorded in liber 82, pajjes
326 and 327 in said Registry.
4 All those two certain pieces or
parcels of land known as lots 15 and
iG, situate in the Kekio l'rict, Ho
nolulu, Island of Oahu, a descrip
tion of which more fully appears in
deeds of W. C Aclti, trustee, and
C H. Maile, trustee, d itcil Manl.
17th, 1898, and recordel in liber
176 on pages 367 and 36S in said
'I lie title to the above lands is be
lieved to be good, but I will sell only
such title ai'd sueh area is is vested
in me as conunissiuiiei 111 the above
'lermsof sale c.i-li in U S. gold
coin. iJeeds at the epenseof pur
chasers Fur further particulars
apply to Messrs. Holmes and Sttn
ley or GEORGE I UCA.
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