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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., MONDAY, AritlL 22, 1901.
Lloas of Traiel.
Oceanic Steamship Company.
n steamers of this line will arrlra and leave thla port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
VENTURA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 4
SIERRA May 18
MARIPOSA May 25
SONOMA June 4
LI i' i '.j .' .
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
SIERRA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA ,.May 8
SONOMA May 14
MARIPOSA May 29
VENTURA June 4
In connection with the tailing 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
Fork by any steamship Une to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. 6. Irwin & Co., Limited,
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co, 0 Toyo Risen Kalsha
.... ItMMfi el toe .pot. companies will oil at Honolulu asd leave 111, pctl e. er abeat It
fl.ta. below BtolloafrA l...
For Japan and China:
China April u
Doric May a
For San Francisco:
Nippon Matu Arrll it
H, Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents.
Canadian - Australian Royal Hail Steamship Company.
aWSfMatwi of ttw tbev Hb, ruolflc la comkUm with tht CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
rtwwa Viicoartr, B C , tad Sydntjr, N S. W., tBd ctlilof it Victoria. 6. C , Honolulu and Brittle
t DUB AT JIONOLt'LU on or about tbt datM btlow itittd vlti
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C,
Foe Brtibtnt tod Sjrdttyi
Aortngl May u
Moana J una 8
Mlowtrt ... .......... July 6
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria aod Vancouver (B. C ).
Moana May 8
Mioftcra Junt t
Aoranel Jilt 3
Moana. Julv jt
M'dwtra Aujcutt t3
WTkroacb tckttt litotd from HoboIoIb to Caaada, Unicoi Statta aed Earopo. For Halrbt aa
Faaaat aad al oaral Inform at, oo, apply to
Thco. U. Davles & Co., Ltd.. Gcn'l Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
S. S CALIFORNIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail In April
$. S OREGONIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail two weeks later.
S S AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail
S. S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail
Freight received at company's wharf. 42d Street, South Brooklln, at all times.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
DEFEATS THE MAUITES IN
FIRST ISLAND POLO GAME
The Play Was Brilliant and Exciting
in the Extreme 0. Judd and
Damon Play Star Games
Maui 3, Oahu 9.
Contrary to expectations, the Oahu
pololtts came out at the largo end of
the horn last Saturday. The Maul
plajers were excessively brilliant, hav
ing the best part of tho game, until
their horses became fagged, when their
fresher and speedier opponents began
to piny all around them. )
Tho game was rocklers, dashing and
brilliant from start to finish. The Maul
plajers droc with moro care and pre
cision, but tho dash and vigor of their
less experienced opponents offset tho
advantage of vctcranshlp and eventu
ally won the gamo.
Maul decidedly had the odvantago of
the nrst period. They started In with
a dash that surprised even their op
ponents. Threo goals woro soon scor
ed to one made by the Oahuans.
In tho second period, C. Judd and
Damon woko up to a full realization
of the situation and began to play Ilk
demons, ably assisted by their com
panlonsr One goal aplcco was scored
by these two in this period, and time
was called with tho scoro: Maul, 3;
From tho llmo the third period be
gan, the Maulltrs wcro no longer In the
game. The fresher horses of the home
team began to run right nwny from tho
Maul ponies. At ono time, Damon got
possession of the ball closo to his own
I goal, and, by following up tho sphere,
i planted It squarely between tho Maul
flac,s on the third long I'rivc. Gamo as
tht Maul horses were, their lato sea
trip told fearfully on thorn and tho local
ponies ran right awav from them.
I Whin final time was called, the score
stood Maul. 3; Oahu, 9.
TV success of polo In these Islands
is ai-Liired for the approval with which
, So !ety received tho gamo Is tho great
est ompllnicnt which could havo been
glvc-i Tho applause was vociferous
am' 'marly at nil tlma
Instruments filed for recorl April 20, l-ot,
I'lrst Party Second Partv Class
D H Watethouse Mrs L Winchester Wei
EMav and wife A Mendelros D
NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE
OF REAL ESTATE.
Notice Is hcrclij given by tho under-
K Kakulu II F Dillingham Co Ltd D slgnod, C I Orlmwood, a commission
II F Dillingham Co Ltd Kakulu D
J H Slnw E A Cox and wf Rel
Instruments filed fut record April 22, loot
First Farty Second Party Clis
A Fernandez KilelWualvva I)
S Barret T R Walker M
J Hiram J Matthew man S
J Matthewman W O Smith 1 r AM
SKihoietal D Miruel D
Pablo L & Imp. Co Ltd A Marques D
A Marques First Am. S & l"r Co of
Hawaii Ltd M
rirst Am. S&Tr Co
ot Haw Ltd Hear, Lansing & Co Rel
Gear, Lansing & Co M D Vivas D
Palolo L & Imp Co Ltd M D Vivas D
M D Vivas First A S & Tr Co of
Hawaii Ltd H
G II Pahla M Fermndes D
Pllihl F Lelaloha D
Irs Oahu College C F Peterson Rel
K Hanuca L K Kinakaoluni D
M K Co:!- ett e! at Hono. Inv. Co
WILL F iHT
ILL B nER
Lines of Travel
ISjji LJ lr
Beer and Wine Dealers.
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROAt
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
y FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pul man Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with B.rber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (MeaUa-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
U5 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
Lcndon, April 8 Tho Pretoria cor-
Irorcndent of tho Morning Post, who
I warns Ills countrymen against hoping
1 fir an early termination nf hostilities
' or lielleving the stories that tho Ilocrs
1 nr tired of war, says: "It becomel
dally moro evident that the Bocra la
tend to fight to a finish. Many nro
surrendering, but they nro men of no
itr.ndlng. Tho real lighting men aro
still en commando; and although the
r ntly successful ltrillch operations
tifid tr bring the en I nearer. It Is evi
dent Wilt tho Boers mils' ho c ompltc-
1 Ij rrJHhed before a genoi.il surrcador
HAS A FINL LINE OF I is probable."
Wines. Liquors, BtC, ' 1"he Capo Town ecu "pondent of tho
rOR SALE UYTHUGLASS OR BOTTLE , l,i ' Express reports wholesale ar-
nun for treason In flrttef Relpot nr.d
J. K. Mergeberga Abrden. There is r.j other news
- Aa- ij-iV A nf I from South Africa thin mornlnit rx-
LUVbJUY SOU, e'pMhHt n small pa'tv of Ilnis h.ibic-
iMroBTBRS, and WHOLBiiti i o.unicj phllllpstovvn, In rnno t'olonv.
reported from Brussels thi;
resident Schal". Burger has ie-
Afaita tor lha Bottlad Ral.lar B.ir ol Hani ' movtil tho seat of govorninent t"
NO. 18 NDTJANU HTBEKT , ,,,.
Faalar Block. HonoLULU. HAWallAI I1L1SS. I UyCBUJ.y.
P O Bainr Matnal Talaato.a ol Actord'llg to ft -llant h to tho Dally
Mai! fioui rlllvolsur.i Mr. Irusr, vvlio
hat Juat arrived lb''), L";t expressed
an IntnUljn to go to ih'i Tutted S'ntct
In Juno and visit Wnshlngit.i, lUslon
Jt Is dellnltil.' ascertained," ai h
dlfcPati)itJtli3'Iln from Kiconstadt.
dated H.i'u.Mw, "that fiencr.ils Do Wet
and Both 1 m : nt Vreyde."
Lonl Kitchener has Informed tho
War Oinco that eight volunteer com
panlri, freed by reliefs, nro coming
home and that arrangements arc In
progress for the speedy rcllif of fur-
ihfr omnanles Ho thus appears to bo
endeavoring to meet tho demand that
1 freth troops bo sent to tho front to re
plate tho stale men.
RECORDED APRIL to, loot.
E Gibson and husband to Western &
Haw'n Inv. Co Ltd, Ad. Chrge, Apr 9,
toot; lot 28 & por lot 29. Pawaa, Hono
lulu, Oahu. I500. Book 220, pige iff.
J W Kalua ond wife to C H Banning,
M, Mar iq, loon porskuls 418 & 490, lao
Vallevi porsku's855o& 1459. Vineyard
lot; piece land Owa; piece lind cor Market
Street, Walluku, Maul. 1 6000, 5 years at
8 percent. Book 221, page 244.
W R Caster Tr to Wong Kwil. A M,
Mar 21, 1901; Sur dry pieces 'a d Walona,
Ptiheemlkl, Paumalu, Walalee, Koolauloa,
Oahu. 56oo. Book 174, page 39.
RECORDED APRIL iiiooi.
H T Hambly toOlaa Sugai Co Ltd. D,
Mir 20. 1 1901; pors Patent 4418, Olaa,
Puna, Hawaii. J3500. Book 225, page
A Lldgate to E L Kauai, Re', Aprg. 1901
kuls 3591 & 6296, Waimea, Kauai. SS50
Book 179 page 247.
S K Mattoon to W R Castle Jr, S, Mar
29, 1931; por grant 4333. Klhalnnl, N 1 1 Mo,
Hawaii. 2500. 6 years at 10 per cent.
Book 221, page 248.
Liu Ting't als to II A Heen. A L, Apr
6. toot: leas hild corKlne & Kekaullke,
Streets, Honolulu, Oahu. Book 2t8, rage
RECORDED APRIL t2. 1001.
DPR Isenberg to Loo Chit Sim. L
Mar 26, looit 2 pieces land Walalae, Kona
Oihu. to yrs at 52000. Book 219, page
Trs Oihu College to L P Marques. D,
Apr 1, 1901: lot 6. block 9. College Hills
Tract. Honolulu, Oahu. $1600. Book
22i. page 39.
T Machemagn and wife to J Correa, D,
Feb 26, 1901; piece land K.iapahu, Hima
kia, Hawaii. J400. Book 223, pige 42.
U C Winston to L L McCindless. D,
Apr 6, tool; piece land cor Smith & Paua
hi Streets, Honolulu, Oahu. J3700. Book
223, pige 36.
TrsOihu College to L 1. McCandless,
Rel, Apr6, 1901; piece land cor Smith &
Pauahl Streets, Honolulu, Oahu. Book
223, page 36.
C 0 King et al to Kaneohe Rinch Co
Ltd, Rel. Apr 9, 1901; Int. In R Ps 5242,
2K7b. 4ii: o ece land .MaKaiu. Naiiui.
Kooliupoko, Oahu. 2ooo. Book 196
Walklki Land & Loan Ass'n Ltd, to
E McCully Hlgglns, M, Julv, 1, 1901;
lands at Walklki, Honolulu, Oahu.
1 130 coo. Book 221, page 253.
F A Schaefer & Co to En Syak Aseu et
al, Rel, Apr 11, loot; lot 2, iCIklhale,
Wmoluiu, Oahu. $3000. Book 179, page
En Syak Aseu and husbind to A S
Parker AUg. Apr 11, 1901; lot 2, Klklhile,
Honolulu, Oahu. 55000. Book 221, pige
TO CUBE A UU1.H IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All drugglstB refund tho money If It
falls to cure. E. W. Grovo's signature
Is on each box. !5 cents.
37 10' IJ truo 120.12 feet;
493 51 V. truo 93.72 feet;
10 01' V. truo 107.C feet;
............... ,,.-- OklUJIlfU
Wine ul Lipr Dealers, liuv;
O. R. & L. Go.
From and After January 1. 1R49,
Kabuku .. .,
After January 1,
I Sua. tallr ti.Su. Dalljr Dall;
aw. am a at. rjm.
. 10 gl) 11 05 SIS
1 01 g 41 11 40 s 4T
laioo 4 OS
.... 4 4S
SODA WATER CO., Ltd.
Corner Allen and Fort Sts., Honolulu.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. I.
Dally Daily Dallr
F. C. Smith, Oen'l Fasa. A Ticket
O. V. Dkxihon. Superintendent
FOR ISLAND PORTS
No Beer to Burn,
But Beer to Beat the Banc1!?
LARGb INVOICE OF
IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE
It has'nt come to stay ; it's goinu
fast, but there's more com-
Ing every month.
L H. DEE. Prop.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. IIRST CIRCUIT
ol trw Territory ol Hawaii In rrube, al chambri
In the matur ol (lie tstitt ol Lolfaua, aWo known
a kuohau. laleof Ewa. Oahu. JncriveJ Intcslalr
Hctllloi hivlni fircn MeJ by Natiulna, onol tiid
Inteitai. pray In b trial letter ol almlnlttratlon upon
tali tjtite Nf Iue4 M Cecil Druwn, notlct I hertby
Slvrivlhat WonJay, the 6fh dayot May, A I) , ijoi
at toocl(Kka m , In the JuJklary UullJInp, Mono
lulu. i arrnlnttJ the time ani Place for hear In tr alj
petition, when anJ where all rronconcerne4 may
apptar ani how cauiv, II any t&ty have, whyuli
prtUlcm khouM not be Rrantei
Honolulu, March tgth A V , 1901.
Hy tht Court
iEci4t'Apr 16 mi CUrk
IN THE IRCUIT COURT. FIRST CIRCU T,
Territory of Hawaii. At chambers In probate In
the matter ol the estate (I William Seaborn Luce.
late ol Mono ulu, Oahu The laM will ani testament
ol tali deceatel bern rrennteJ to Mli court. 10
Itethrr with a petition for the probate thtrrof. ani lor
the (nuance of letters testamentary to Alice Mauie
(jatkell Luce havlne been d'eJ Notice Is hereby
given that Woniiy, th tth Jay of May A l , roct,
at 10 o clock a in , of tali day at the Court Room of
ulj ourt. In the Juilclaiy Buliiing, Hunolulu be
ani the same hereby Is appolmri the lime ani place
for provlne saii will anj narinjf miij application.
Himolulu April nth iuoi
ly the Court,
ilijAprll u it to May ft Clerk
Umerl Manager ol
Tn HqoiUble Life Assnrince 8ooU
Ol Um DnlUd BUUs Iot ttw llawslUr
I si Midi.
Otiiosi JUrchot stoMt. Bov
ON CALL ALL NIGHT.
AUTOMOBILE CO., LTD.
Coupon Books Sold. Special Rates
maite for "Automobile Parties."
NOTI Drivers, are not allowed to mal
any rates except thote furnlslieJ by Hie
company. AsU Jrl er to see rate sheet.
In cae of dispute is to fare, pay driver
amount claimed, take rebate slip and vail
at office. We will ula-lly adjust -ny dif
ference. Office on KIiik St., near Judkiary BIJ.
LOUIS T. GRANT, Manager.
More Porto Ricans
The steamer Zealamlin from S.m
Francisco Ani II 11th nnd 1'ort Los An-
lgl 'April latli with &i I'ortu nicans
uliOuril, nrrlcd off port Saturday oon
Ing Slio hroiiBlit San Tiancliico pa
pr up to ilny of sailing from that port
ami Los AnKoles paper to tho nth.
No -nail was sent on her.
DurlnK tho trip from l'ort Los An
pdea lino wenthor was expcilincort all
the way, tho csscl makiiii; 'ly riin in
n llttlo oer sopii nml n half ,Wjs. Six
deaths liappcntil on tho oj.iro nml
Just as tho ssol entered port hero un
rulier death occurred.
The lot of laborers Is ery sickly
lookliiK, many of tho poor 1 rcalu"" li
inp mtro bans of skin nml I'Uiea Most
of tho children nro pro:l ncalth In
appiarnnce. much better lonkli k 'Ian
their parentu AmoiiK the adults ar
many who look consumptive Soon nf
tor arrlMil at tho railroad wharf somo
two liundrtd of tho I'or'o Hlca-is wers
hm In tho train to Wah'up ind other
yliinlntlons down tho Una. The roat
will leave In the Iwalanl today ani tho
IN Tlir rilJCIIIT (OI1HT. iikst cini uir
Ttrrltorv ol Hawaii At chamN-rs, In rrotatr In
th. mitlvr ulthtf rk'atartl S Kaltirrlnt fira ale o
Hinotulu, Oahu, JeceaMl On rtuJIrtK ar i lillnj
lh petition an4 account, ol h ajinlnl.trator ol th.
ettaiaur aau accrasej vtnerein na aKsinat 1111 ac
count! ba enamlntJ Ani arprieJ, ani that . final
nrj.r miv t mane or ai.tr curon or ine rrori nv re
main ng In hla hands tl tho rerannMheirtien'ittei
ani J ncharclni: him Irom all lur h r resoontltUlty
a auli aJtnlnl.tra or ll la crJerej that I rljay, tit,
arth Jay of May. A D , toot, at in o clock a m al
lis Court room ol th, tj i Court at Honolulu Ulanl
otOahu. rean4tre same hereby Isarpolntti astha
lime and place lor hearing sali p.lltlun and accourts
and thai all pclsons Inlere.ted may then and there
appear and siow cau if an. they hae hy the
same shou'd not be granted, and may preient evi
dence as 10 who are entitled to the said pr petty
Hon .lulu, April it root
Uy the Cuurl
ilM-Ap i),ngMirl Cleric
The undersigned havliff been appointed adminis
trator of the estate ol Yalta Kubey, la'e ul Honolulu,
Othu, deceased hereby nolilies all lersons having
claims agams said estate to present he same to the
under.lgntd ttlhln six months Irom the Jate ol this
publication or they will be forever barred
Honolulu, April ij 1401 Administrator,
len-tt rtpru n . y? o.i I
NotUa Is turcby given that tht undersigned has
Wm appointed by the Hon A S Humphreys. I irst
JuJie ol the CJrcult Court ol the I Ir.l Unult al
mlnUlrat r of thetsttteof S Kakakoill, deceased ol
Hoiolulu Island of Oaru Tenltory ol Hawaii All
credtlcrs are lieieby n tlhcd to present tin r claims
duly authenticated and with rr p.r vouchers If an
exit! 10 meal the law oltice of Achl & J hnto No
... Camobtll niock uostalrs In said Honolulu with
In sts months frcm tin Jate ol this publication or be
forever barr.d And all persons Inditted tolhe said
estate are requested lo make ImmeJIale paymtnlof
such Indcb edness lo me
Administrator Estate ol S, Kalakolll deceased
Honolulu, April 1, igoi 180, !, 8 ij
er dul) appointed hj tho order of the
First Judge of tho Circuit Court of tho
first Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, sit
tins In Ilqulty, duly KUen and mado on
tho ISth day of November, A I) 1900,
In a cause therein pending, wherein
CIenelevo Dowsett, an Infant by J M
Monsarrat, her Rimrdlnn, Is plaintiff,
and i:ilznbcth J. Knight nnd Frederick
S. Knight, her husband, llonena N.
Turner nnd It. V Turner, her husband,
nnd Marlon C Dowsett aro defendants,
which said cnuso is brought for the
partition of certain lands nnd premises
moro particularly described In p'nln
tiff's bill of complaint, on fllo In said
cnuBe, that said Commissioner will, an
Saturday, the 11th day of Mny, A. I)
1901, nt the hour of 12 o'clock m., at
the auction salesrooms of Will R. Fish
er, corner of Merchant and Alakca
streets. In tho City of Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, pursuant
to tho further order and decree of said
Court duly given and mado In said
causo on the 19th day of April, A. D.
1901, sell at public auction, to the
highest nnd best bidder for cash, all
of tho following described pieces and
parcels of land, to-wlt:
First: That certain piece or parcel
of land situated at Kuwlll, on the Iwl
lei road, Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Tcr
ritory of Hawaii, and being tho same
premises described In Hoynl Patent
(Grant) No. 2718 to James I. Dowsett,
and thnt were ccnC)cd to sold Annie
l. Dowsett by the said James I. Dow
sett by deed dated November 25th,
1S70, and recorded In tho oftlco of the
Registrar of Conveyances at Honolulu,
In said Territory of Hawaii, In Liber
Jl, on folios 18C and 187, and by the
said Annie O Dowsett devised to tho
parties plaintiff and defendant In said
cnuse, Genevieve Dowsett, Elizabeth
J. Knight, formerly Elizabeth J. Par
ker, rtowenn N. Turner and Marlon C.
Dowsett, In equal shares as tenants in
common, by her last will nd testa
ment, and described as follows
Commencing nt a point on tho south
Bide of Iwllcl Iload, from which point
the Government Survey Station Kawa
bears N ''.2 44' R. truo nnd distant
70S 43 feet; thenco
1. S. 22 18' K. truo 2J7.G feet
5 S. C3 r,0' W truo 73 72 feet to
point of commencement, and contain
Ing an nren of 39-100 of an ncro
(17 032.0 sq. ft.)
Second' That certain piece or par
cel of land situated nt Moannlun, Ho
nolulu, Island of Onhu, Territory of
Hawaii, being tho sanii premlsts tie
scribed In Hojal Pntent No. 435 (Land
Commission Award No 1339) to Poo-
pun nnd that were convejed to the
pnld James I, Dowsett by Ki.ila.tnl
(w) the heir of Poopiiu, bj deed tlaUM
October 29th, 1801, and recorded In
tho office of the Bald Ileglstrar In
Liber 14. and folio 357, and by tho
said Jnmes I. Dowsett convejed to tho
Bald Annlo G. Dowsett, neo ltngsdalc,
by deed dated November 25th, 18,0
and recorded In tho olllco of tho said
Ileglstrar In Liber 31 on folios 18C and
187, nnd by tho said Annie G. Dowsett,
by her said last will and testament,
dovlsed to tho parties plaintiff nnd de
fendnnt In said cause, tho said Gene
vlovo Dowsett, Elizabeth J. Knight,
formerly Elizabeth J Parker. Ilowena
N. Turner nnd Marlon C. Dowsett, In
equal Bharcs as tenants In common
nnd described ns follows:
Ileglnnlng nt a cross cut on n roek
In n pllo of stones on the East bank
of creek, themo South 1. 4V East
true. 104 80 feet nlnng Konohlkl.
thence North 5 47' Enst, true, 57.41
feet along Konohlkl, thenco South
G0- 13' East. truo. 25 10 feet along ICo
nnhlkl to tho corner of Konohlkl nnd
U O. A. 1793 then North 02 1.'
East, true, 107.C0 feet niong L. C. A.
1(93 to a cross cut on a rock: thenco
South G7 43' East, truo 13 20 feet!
rhnnen N'eirth 04 17' East. two. 4G 20
fief. North 19 13' Wost 85 80 feot
nlong Konohlkl to tho corner of L.
C. A. 2182; thenco South 87 17' West,
true, 99 feet nlong I. C A. 2182 to the
enrnnr of Konohlkl nnd L C. A. Sib
thenco South 17 i' East, truo, 29.70
feet along Konohlkl: thento South .3
47' West. truo. 33 00 feet: tht nco
North 01 23' West, truo 17 SO feet;
thenco South 77 57' West, true, CO
feet along Konohlkl to tho point t.f
beginning and containing nil area of
Third. That certain plcco or pnrcel
of land situated at Monnalua, Hono
lulu. Island of Oahu. T rr. ory of Ha
wall, consisting of four laro patches
forming a portion of the Konohlkl of
Moannlun thnt was devised to S. M
Damon by liernlee Pauulil Illshop by
her last will dated October 1th, 1SSI,
and ndmltted to probate) In tho Su
prcmo Court on tho 2nd tHy of De
ceinber, 1881, and conveed by S M
Damon to Annlo O. Dowsett by deed
dated November 20th, 1889, of record
In Liber 119, pago 281. and being tho
samn promises thnt woro devised to
tho parties plalntirt and defendant In
said causo, tho Bald Genevieve Dow-
sett, Elizabeth J, Knight, formerly
Elizabeth J. Parker, Ilowena N. Tur
ner and Marlon C. Dowsett. In equal
shares as tenants In common, by tho
Bald Annlo G. Dowsett by her last will
and testament aforesaid, tho samo bo
Ing described as fallows:
Ileglnnlng at tho Southwest corner
oi this land which Is also tho corner
common to I. C Ai StS, Apann 4. nnd
1, C. A 45&S, Apana 2, thenco Noith
3d 27' West, true, C5 30 fee nlong
said 1. C A 808, Apaiiii I, to comer
of L. C. A 2SI.U, thenco North 15 .'5'
Eaht, true 281 fet t along said I. C
A 2b00 to connr of Konohlkl, thence
South 39 III' East, true, 78 79 feet
along Konohlkl thence South 4S 11'
West, true, 90 1).' feet along Konohlkl
and I. C A 45S8, Apana 4. thenco
South JG 51' East, true, 95.70 fc
nlong I. C. A 15SS, Apana 4, thence
South GGo 2G West, true, 73 90 feet
08' West, true, 72 CO feet along L. C.
A 4588, Apana 2, thenret South. IS J
11' West, true, 120 fect.nlOng-IsC A.
45S8, Apana 2, to poln of beginning,
containing an area of C0-l((0"ttcres1
Subject to a lease expiring Septem
ber 30th, 1902, nt a )carlyrenta-if
Fourth Those certain pieces or
parcels of land situated In III of Knu-
maunnpopo Wnlalua, Island of Molo
kal, In sattl Territory of Hawaii, being
Apnnn 1, Taro, containing an area
of one (1) rood nnd Iwcnt -eight (2S)
ipnna 2, Taro, containing an area
of ono (1) rood nnd twent) ono (21)
Apana 3, Kula, containing an area
of threo (3) acres and being tho samo
premises awarded to Nalmlhale by
Land Commission Award No. 3S97,
and that were convened to said Annlo
G. Dowsett by Haona (w) by deed
dated July 1st, 1879, and recorded in
tho ofllco of said Ileglstrar In Liber
58 on Folios 342 nnd 343, and by tho
said Annie G. Dowsett dovlsed to tho
parties plaintiff and defendant In said
cause, the said Gcnovlevo Dowsett,
Elizabeth J. Knight, formerly Eliza
beth J. Parker, Ilowena N. Turner and
Marlon C. Dowsett, In equal shares ns
tenants in common, by her said last
will and testament aforesaid.
Terms of sale: cash, deed at ex
pense of purchaser and said sale to bo
mado subject to confirmation by said
Court. Dated, Honolulu, April 20tb,
CHAS. P. OIHMWOOD,
WILL E. F1SHEII,
W. AUSTIN WHITING,
W. J RODINSON,
Attorncjs for plaintiff.
PAUL NEUMA.NVJ. ItODEllTSON &
WILDER and ATKINSON & JUDD,
Attorncjs for defendants.
NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE
OF BUILDINGS, ETC.
Notice Is hereby given by tho un
dersigned. C. P. Orlmwood, a commis
sioner duly appointed by tae order 1 1
the First Judge of tho Circuit Court
of the First Circuit. Territory of Ha
wall. Bitting In Equity, duly given and
mndo on tho 12th day of November,
A. D. 1900, In a causo luercln pending
wherein Genevieve Dowsett, an Infant
by J M. Monsarrnt. her guardian, is
plaintiff, and Marlon C. Dowsett, and
Ilowena N Turner, nnd H V. Turner
her liusb-ind, nro defendants, which
said action Is brought for the parti
tion of certain lauds nnd premises,
known ns the Dowsett Homestead, sit
uated nt I-npnlamn, Honolulu Island
of Onhu, Territory of Hawaii moro
particularly described In plaintiffs
bill nf complaint on flle In said cnuse.
that said commissioner will on SAT
URDAY, tho lourth day of May, A. D.
1901, ntthe hour of 12 o'clock, m , at
Dowsett" Homestead premises, corner
of King Street nnd Dowsett Lane, Pa
lama. Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Ter
ritory nf Hawaii, pursuant to tho fur
ther order nnd decree of sab) Court
duly given and mado In said causo on
tho 19th day of April. A. D. 1901, sell
at public auction to tho highest and
best bidder for cash, all of tho build
ings nnd Improvements situated upon
said premises, consisting of the fol
lowing: 1. Conservatory.
2. Cottages 1 and 2.
3. Cottngo No 3.
I. Cottage No 4.
5. Outhouses nnd collage.
0 Rented cottage
Also, tiles nnd stono for sidewalks.
Terms of sale: cash.
All buildings ami Improvements to
be removed Iij purchaser within twen
ty (20) davs after sale, unless tlmo
for removnl bo extended by order of
Court Instruments of salo at ex
pense of purchaser
Dated. Honolulu, April 20. 1901.
CHAS P. OHIMWOOD,
WILL E. I'lSIIER,
W. Austin Whiting nnd W. J. Robin
son, Attorncjs for plaintiff.
Paul Neumann and Robertson &
Wilder, Attorneys for defendants.
In coneguence of the appointment of
the Hrn. Geo. Geir to the Clicult Bench
as 2nd Judge, the lirm of Davis and Gear
U dissolved. Geo. A.Davis will occupy
the sime offices and continue the active
practice of Ills profession. lSoy-lf
DR. GEO. HERBERT IS LEAVING
for the Coast on the Jird Inst. DR. bT D.
0 WALTLRs will have entire charce
of the practice during his absence, Ills
otlice hours will be from 9 to 11 a m., 1 to
1 and 7 tn b p.m.
DRS HERBERT, HUMPHMS
AND WAI TEWS. 1M7 2w
along L. C. A. 3191, thenco North 3G
Election of 0..icers.
At a meeting of the btoJcholJcrs of the
HAWAIIAN III Al IT V AM) MATURITY CO.,
LTD , lielJ at their ofhee, 32 Kl.ig street,
room 2, April 13, 1001, the follow Ins were
elected officers and dlrectois of the com-
L. K. Kentwell.
W. J. Robinson
P. H. Burnette
W. C. Burnett
. . Auditor
1817 iw I'. H. BURNET 1 E.Seqetary
Notice to Customers.
The undersigned grocers would give
notke to tin Ir customers and the tubllc In
geneil that on and after this dite month
ly settlements will be strictly Insisted
All goods purchased In one imittli must
t"e p ilJ for before he last djy of the suc
ceeding month without exception.
Lewis c. go.
hunk v may co., ltd.
I'r.mk 11. Auerbach, Manager.
SALTER cY WAITY.
ESTATE OF J. HU I CHINS.
P. L. Waldron, Adm.
Honolulu, T. H April 18, 1001, i8-im