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BVRN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T.. TUESDAY, APIUL 23, IDOL
Oceanic Steamship Company.
rk steamers of this line will arrlre and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM OAN FRANCIBCO.
VENTURA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 4
SlURltA May 18
MARIPOSA May 25
SONOMA June 4
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
Kork by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
(Mental and Oriental Steamship Co,, $s Tojo Risen Kalsna
Iummi ef tb abort cohbuim will cult at Hooolaln tol Han this tort a or a boat lao
latta bolow tltonH i....
r For Japan and China:
China .... April 14
Doric. May 1
For noifil laforaa3oa pply 10
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents.
Canadian -AustrafiaD Royal
srStuKitl ttooborolloo. raooloe Is couoctloi
ir BUB AT HONOLULU oq or about too
u oa or oooui mo
FROM 'VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, B. C,
Pof DrUbaoo and Sy4ori
Aorancl. . ..May 11
Moana June 8
Mlowtra...... .July 6
aVTaroaib Icktti Inutd froa Honolulu to Caaada, Ualttd Stataa aal Europ. For Halfftt ael
Faaaato and aT oaral lof orsatloa, apply to
Theo. H. 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, tp ssll In April
. S OREGONIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail two weeks later.
S S AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail
1 S.S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail ; ;
Freight received at company's wharf. 42J Street, South Rrooklln, at all times.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSE,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD& CO., LTD.,
Lines of Travel
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
'the TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
y FOUR DAYS to New York.
P11I man Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Birber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
Mjj Omaha, Nebraska.
0. R. & L. Go.
From and After January 1, 1849,
TATIONS. Dlllr Dlllr
tl) M. SO. i-"r U. H,
A.M. A m AJB),
T 10 Oil
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VAIOAOO ., IIIO .... Ill
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FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
SIERRA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 8
SONOMA May 14
MARIPOSA May 29
VENTURA June 4
& Co., Limited
OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
For San Francisco:
Hail Steamship Company.;
nits too CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. I
nciiingn r aorio, u. ... nosoioiauo hiiioooo r
aotoo to ow iiotaa vii i
tUtMMow aiatid vlii
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
Fot Victoria aal Vaocosvtr (B.C.):
Moana.. Mj I
Moani.... Ju'y it
M'owtra ,,, August 1 9
Beer and Wine Dealers.
HAS A TINE LINE OF
Wines. Llauors, Btc.
FOR SALE BY THE GLASS OR BOTTLE
J. K. Alerseberjj.
iMrOBTKHB, AMD WHOUIUI
mu ol Lipr Dealors. !
At Mil lot tb. Bottltl Rilnlir Bur ot toinlo ,
No. 19 Nuuahu Sthket
Fotur Block. Honolulu, Hawaius Iiusdi
P. O. Boi lT. Mututl Toltphcio jot.
SODA WATER CO., Ltd.
Corner Allen and Fort Sis., Honolulu.
Gonsalves &. Co.Jcs
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H.
No Beer to Burn,
LARGE INVOICE Ol!.
IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE
It lias'nt conit; to bay ; It's Kolnt"
fast, but tlieru's more com
ing emy month,
L. iUIEE. Prop..
ON CAM. AM. NlfillT. ,
AUTOMOBILE 00., LTD.
Coupon iHilt Solili &pi.i.il l'.it
in.nK' lnf "AiiluinubiU- 'ur(iia,"
Nuri DrUeis .irr iiol .ilhmrd I" inaUr
inv Mlc( rl'l Inn furnlilitj ly lilt
uinuny. Al drlwr to hi iMi )irl,
III (j l dlipulr m to I Jif. pay driver
amount ilaliiifJ, Uli i ll w jikI .jI
al uiTuf. W w III KUdly jJl'iM y 4M-
Qii. wi Klwu'bl,, mi Muury IM
10, mi 5
SECOND GAME OF POLO
WAS FAST AND FURIOUS
Copp Handicapped by Bad Horses
Maui Ponies Completely Fagged
' in the Last Period Socie
ty Was There.
The return polo mntch between Oahu
and Maul was nnothcr great success for
the homo team, the final score being
10 to S. The playing was fust and
brilliant, but was not up to last Satur
day's game, as tho ponies were still
Copp, tho Maul crack, was handi
capped throughout tho gamo by poor
horses. In tho first period, bis Jiorso
carried him clear off the field. In tho
second period ho braced, and really
saved bis team from an overwhelming
defeat, but in the last stage of the
game tho pony was so fagged that no
spurring could urge him to do much
The first period started off well for
Oahu. Copp's horso carried him off
tho Hold so that Maul practically play
ed the first part of the gamo with thrco
Oahu ran the ball down to tho op
ponents' goal, and after a little pass,
Damon sent the ball between tho flags
for the first score. On changing sides
this was repeated In a short time by
Damon, making the score Oahu 2, Maul
von Tcmpsky then got hold of tho
ball, and took It far down the field,
but Just at tho critical moment his
horso veered and he missed the ball,
allowing C. Judd to mnko connections
with the sphere. Judd now started on
a through trip across tho field, nnd by
some hard ildlng. In which Copp nmdo
an effort to Intercept tho flying ball,
managed to land the third goal. Oabu
Q. Judd now contributed his little
point to tho score, nnd his brother also
mado another goal, bringing tho homo
team's account up to S.
Thn Mnlli. nu, ,f,,i i , i,rnr.
but Copp's horso went oft on another
I tantrum nnd tho black nnd gold goal
I wan ngnln In danger. At this point von
. Tniisky got his mallet connected with
the hall, and started for tho oppostto
coal. C. Judd caught lilm near tho
j goal and broke up the run for n sec
ond, but Copp came up Juet hi tlmo to
"hoot n most difficult goal. Oahu S,
I Maul 1.
Maul started In with a rush nnd Al
1 Ken scored tho second goal In short or
1 der Maul now braced, but Aiken miss
I l n good shot hi front of tho goal mid
Oahu was &nvcd temporarily, hut Copp
soon mndo tho lucky shot nnd tho Bcoro
stood Oahu C, Maul 3.
Copp now made one of tlio.no spec
tacilar runs across tho Held, but lost
control of tho ball Just before the gosl
was reached, von Tcmpsky was on
hnnd and another point was added to
the visitors' score. Oal.u 5, Mnul 4. And
thus ended tho second spasm.
In tho third period tho visitors went
to pieces, and the homo team began to
pile tho score up In good shape. O.
Judd got the ball nwny and sent It In
the right place, and Fleming followed
' salt, raising the scoro to seven for the
I locals. Copp showed a gleam of re
turning brilliancy by mnkltig tho long
I -st drive of the gnmo, the ball cross
1 Inp tho line Just before Judd caught It.
Maul's brnco wns only momentary,
, for C. Judd soon ndded two goals to
th score. O. Judd made tho Inst goal,
'ith gamo ending with tho lull In the
(nil Idle of the field. Score, Oahu 10,
I Ma 1. S.
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I Instruments filed for record April 22, loot:
First Partv Second Pattv Clas
A b Austin
C R Collins
J He Colte
P K K'olohe
l.au Kan SlnR
F W Hardy
M li Coney
V K Keoho
A N Campliell Tr
W R Caslle Tr
B I: Beardmore
, M A Pa
M Mjkau et al
1 Youne Nap
I Tarn See Young
C Spreckels it Co .Vi
I H.iiaJa Co
Laupahoehoe Sugar Co PA
I Nacahlro Co
i Yamahata Co
i Nomura Co
I Koca Co
1 NonjKa Co
I Kenoshlta Co
. Sakat i Co
A II l.oebentteln I.
S Mlchloka U
instrument filed for record April ji, iuoi.
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I:.M Manuiu IN Umsitj I,
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II L llol.ttln
I r Bltliop lill.ile
II I. Iloltteln
(. s Detky
SDetky If lllliop lisUle
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M li ller
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Sjneiiix) loni; A I.
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lioii loli ji ,V Vi I'aw.u lucl, lluiiulu
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Slioadlihrt al lutiulMiiK Krf, (.ihmwiiI,
f ii, iiii, lo Irate Jr, mi ICjUwj,
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ia stomach a
Indigestion and Dyspepsia have wrecked
manv lives People who are weak and
mlseiable should know that health would
return If the digestion were made normal.
hls Is Just the condition Hostettter's
Stomach Bitters brings about. It cures
conxtlpatlon. bllloUHnerm, ner
vouancsH, liver and kidney troub
le, and produces sound sleep. It will
make you well. See that our private
revenue otomp cover1 the neck of the
A Foe to
Sul Ylng Kee to P L Weaver, L, Apr g,
loots piece land Kalauao, Ewa, Oahu
Till Sept l, 1914, at f is per an. Book 219
B Cartwrlght to J P MenJonca, D, Mar
t2, 190'; pors R P 3)8$, kul sqi; pors R P
tfco.kul2G5, King & Smith streets, Ho
nolulu, Oahu. f 20,000. Book 22), page
Walalua Agricultural Co Ltd to Kela et
al, D, Sept 22, 1000; apanaj, R P 1475,
kul 7424, Ukoa, WaMua, Oahu. )t.
Book 22), page 35.
C Bo t to Kaneohe Ranch Co Ltd, Rel,
R P 6808, kul 561, Hotel stieet, Honolulu,
Oahu. I1000. Book 192, page 358.
H Waterhoue Jr to II Waterhouse Tr.
A At, Apr ti, 1901; stve 1 mo t.ages. Book
22o, page 152.
L Kauakahl and husband to J Burkln
shaw. Mtg, Feb 2), loots RP3771, kul
88i,Kualkalua,Hamakua, Hawaii, ft 00.
Book 220, page 152.
C D King et al to Kare- he Ranch Co Ltd,
Rel, Apr 9 1901; Int. in R Ps )8:o2. 640,
Manna; Int. In R P 22s8.Kahiwall; Int. In
R P6808, Hotel Street! Int. In kul 5745.
Kallhl, Honolulu, Oahu. J 2 500. Book
192. page 195.
Notice to Creditors.
The uflifr(Rtif J tifrtby tlvt not'tr to all pertcm
hivl'st claim acftlmt the ilatt ot Klmokrn Kawati I
tk)dfiatt4, lrp'rftlth tame to th unJrrtlenrJ
nr 10 Henry Smith, JuJIclary HulIJInjr, lthin,i
month t from dat, othmwUf thy thail b forwrr
barred. Ani ail ptfioMowlntMhc JeatJ arc ?
qutJ to mrk Immedlatt ftcttlemeM of th Mine
lht th unic rslgncl at th nffir of tali Henry Smith
AJnlnlttratttx t aali ettat.
Honolulu, April 16. 1901,
KAWAIAHAO LOTS FOR SALE
Hotice of Sale of Real Estate at Auction
Notice Is hereby Riven, that In pursuance
of an order of the Honorable A. S. Hum
phreys, First Judge ol the ClrcultCourt of
the First Circuit, at Chambers, made on
the 22nd day of April, loot, sitting as a
Court ot Equity In the matter of Alexand
er Maloho vs. William Malohoet at, bill
for partition of real estate, the undersigned,
Henry Smith, Clerk of the Judiciary De
partment, having been appointed a com
missioner to sell the real estate described
In the bill of complaint at public auction
to the highest bidder for cash and subject
to confirmation by the sild Circuit Court
of the First Circuit, said day of jale to be
not lets than fourteen days from the date
of publication of this notice In two news'
Now therefore, 1 will sell at public auc
tion on W EDNESDAY the 8th day of May,
lo:i,at 12 o'clock M. at mauka entrance to
the Judiciary Building, Honolulu, Island of
Oahu, the two lots belonging to Alexander'
William, Lilly, Haulani and George Malo
ho, children anJ heirs at law of Alexander
W. Maloho, late of Kolo-i, Kauai, deceased,
The lots are situated on the proposed
extension of Hotel street, between Lllluo
kalanl and Punchbowl streets, In Kavvala
had, Honolulu, and more particularly des
cribed as follows :
Apanas I and 4 of L.C.A. No. 26) Issued
Apana 1 Beginning at the East corner
of John Auahu's Lot and running to and
until the angle at the West of the Lot of
Maeha, 51 feet; and from that corner run
ning to the North along Maeha's Lot of
I4t )i feet; and from that corner on run
ning West to the Lot of John Anahu 5olj
feet; thence to the South along John Aua
hu's lot to the point of commencement 115
feet, containing an Area of about (n
iqu ire feet.
Apan.i 4 - Beginning at (he North comer
of this lot rr nukal side of an auwal, S.
8" 55 H. true Hl.o feet from N. corner of
t lis awar., and running bv true hearings:
I, S. fio Sv W. Ilfl.0 feet along lane;
t iciice J. S, 2 J jon E, j8,oleet to fence;
thence, N, CjovE, III, fret along
fence to makal tide of stone walli 4, N.
l' )5' W. 11 fret along tone walli , N,
Sv" i)' li. 2o,o fret along stone vvjIIi ( N.
fi" o' li, 20,2 feet along Ouvc rninrnt, 7
N. lKv 5' W 55. 5 ft along I iove mine t
Id the Initial Hut, and containing an ,uti
nf o89 'iuie (ret, more vt leu,
iWS ANI) CONDIIIQNb Ol
SAI.lii Cattn gold totn of the United
Slain, Irn ririilul the piirilune (flir
lu l vild t ' the aUkllMiirr on Hie day fl
lh ilc, lulame m luntiriMjIlon el mI
y mM ClfMll I -will.
lfVlt ill rM4M l PUIllUKI. 'f
Mhrf wiljt apply In Hie mddtifM'
r., 4t MMuy IIuIIJImk. IImwaWm, Alfll
NOTICE OP COMMISSIONER'S SALE
OF REAL ESTATE.
Notlco Is hereby given by tho under
signed, C. 1'. (Irlmwood, n commission
er duly appointed by the order of tho
First Judge of tho Circuit Court of tho
First Circuit. Territory of Hawaii, slt-
ting In 1'qulty, duly given and mado on
the 12th day of November, A. I). 1300,
In a enuso therein pending, wherein
Oencvleo Dow sett, an Infant, by J. M.
Monsnrrnt, her guardian, Is plaintiff,
nnd Kllznbcth J. Knight nnd Frederick
9. Knight, her husband; Howcna N.
Turner nnd It. V. Turner, her hushnnd,
and Marlon C. Dowsett are defendants.
which said cause Is brought for the
partition of certain Innds and premises
moro particularly described In p'aln
tilt's bill of complaint, on file, In said
cause, that said Commissioner will, an
Saturday, the 11th day of May, A. D.
1901, at the hour of 12 o clock in., at
the auction salesrooms of Will Ti. Fish
er, corner of Merchant and Alakea
Btrccts, 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. I).
1901, sell at public auction, to tho
highest and best bidder for cash, all
of tho following described pieces and
parcels of land, to-wlt:
First: Thnt certain piece or parcel
of land situated at Kuwlll, on the lwl
Icl road, Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, nnd being tho same
premises described In Koyal Patent
(Ornnt) Nd. 2718 to James I. Dowsett,
and that were ccnvcycd to said Annie
li. Dow-Bctt by tho snld James I. Dow
sett by deed dated November 25th,
1870, and recorded In tho oulco of tho
Registrar of Conveyances at Honolulu,
In said Territory of Hawaii, In Liber
al, on folios ISC and 187, and by the
snld Annlo O. Dowsett devised to the
parties plaintiff and defendant In said
cnuse, Ocnevlovo Dowsett, Elizabeth
J. Knight, formerly Kllzabcth J. Par
ker, llowenn N. Turner nnd Marlon C.
Dowsett, in equal shares ns tenants In
common, hy her last will and testa
ment, and described as follows:
Commencing nt n point on tho south
side of Iwllcl Road, from which point
tho Government Survey Station Kawa
hears N. C2' 44' H. true and distant
708.45 feet; thence
1. S. 22' 18' i:. truo 247.5 feot;
2. N. 370 9' K. truo 120.12 foot!
3. N. 49' CI' AV. truo 93.72 foot;
4. N. 10' 01' W. truo 107.G foot;
G. S. C5' BO' W. truo 73.72 foot to
point of cnniniencomvnt, nnd contain
Ine nn nrcn of 39-100 of nn aero
(17.032.fi K(. ft.)
Second: Thnt rertnln ploco or pnr
col of hind pltuatr.it nt Mimnnlun, llo
nolulu. Ulnnd of Onhu, Territory of
Hawaii. heliiB tho nmo premises du
ncrllicd In Uoynl Patent No. 435 (l.and
CommlBslon Award No. 1339) to Poo-
pun nnd thnt wero rnnscyed to tho
raid JanieH I. now sett by Knala'Kal
(w) tho heir of Poopuu, hy deed dnlnil
October 29th, 1801, and recorded In
tho ofllcc of tho snld Ilcglstrar In
I.lber 14, and folio 357, nnd hy tho
said James I. Dowsett conveyed to tho
said Annie O. Dowsett, neo Hagsdale,
hy deed dated November 25th, 1870,
and recorded In the office of the snld
Registrar In I.lber 31 on folios 180 and
187, nnd by tho said Annlo O. Dowsett.
by her snld last will nnd testament,
devised to tho parties plaintiff nnd de
fendant In snld cnuBC, tho snld Gene
vlcvo Dowsett, Kllzaheth J. Knight,
formerly nilzaheth J. Pnrker, Itowena
N. Turner nnd Marlon C. Dowsett, In
criunl shnres nB tenants In common,
and described as follows:
lloRinnlni; nt n cross rut on n rock
In n pilo of stones on tho Hast hnnk
of creek, thenco Houth 0 43' l:ast,
true, 101.80 feet nlonK Knnohlkl;
thenco North fi.'i 47' Knot, true, 57.41
feet nlonK Konohlkl; thenco South
50 13' Kast, true, 25.10 feot along Ko
nohlkl to the eorner of Konohlkl nnd
I,. C. A. 1795 then North C2o 17'
Ilnst, truo, 107.00 feet niouK' I C. A.
Ii9f to n cross cut on a rock; thenco
South 07 43' IlnBt, truo 13.20 feet;
thenco North 01 ' 17' East, truo. 40.20
feet; North 19 ' 13' West 83.80 feet
along Konohlkl to tho corner of L.
C. A. 2182; thenco South 87" 17' West,
true. 99 feet nlons U C. A. 2182 to tho
corner of Konohlkl nnd I.. C. A. 2182;
thenco South 17 43' Host, truo, 29.70
foot nlonfi Konohlkl; thenco South 73"
47' West, truo. 33.00 feet; thenco
North 01 25' West, trim 17.80 feet:
thenco South 77 ' 57' West, truo. 00
foct nlnng Konohlkl to thn point of
beginning nnd containing nn nren of
Third. That certain pleeo or parcel
nf land sltuiited at .Mnanalun, Hono
lulu, Islnnd of Oahu, Terr..ory of Ha
waii, consisting of four tnro patches
fnnnlnir n portion of thn Konohlkl of
Monnnlun thnt vwih devised to S, M.
Diimon by Del nice I'nuulil lllshnp by
tier last will dated October I til, 1881,
nod ivdmltteil to probate In the Su
premo Court 1111 tho 2nd day of Do
cciiilier. 1881. nnd conveyed hy S. M.
Dniiion to Annlo 0. Dowsett hy deed
dated November 20th, 18S9, of record
lu I.lber 119, pOKii 281, 11 lid being tho
mine premises that worn dnvlsed to
tin parlies plaintiff mid defeiulnnt In
said cnuse, llui snld (lenuvluvu Dow
sell, ntliiibeth J. Knight, foiinerly
llllrsbelli J Parker, Itmvnnn N. Tur
ner nnd Marlon (!. Dowsett, In eiiual
shnres ns tenants In loinmon, hy tho
mibl Annie n. Dowsett by Imr Inst will
mid testament tiforesuld, thn saiuo ho.
Inn ihwrrlhi'd ns follows!
llenlnnliiK at llui Koulhwist rorner
01 Ibis liiinl wlmh U nlo I ho lorner
101111111111 to I.. l. A. biitf, Apmiu 4, mid
I. I A tfiob, A pan a If, ihi'liio Ninth .
Uk 37' Wool, line, lido feit iiloim1
Mild I, (' A oil, iaim I, In uiiiiurl
of I. C A Ml, llimiiii Noilh 15 fi'
IU Hue Hi ftwl IlkiliM wild I. 1' I
A Hu In 1 oilier of Kouu4ilM Hole.
HohIIi W (H' liltl. line, To IU fiwlj
itbiwi H0111.I1IH, IbvMii' Muulli It II',
HUH line, tv.as WH H41WH IVOWdllM
Hiu I. It. A ) Awwi I. Hutu'
toll It Htl f.1' liofti iru KHu lt
ubilK I.. I) 4 IIM. AWU I, ltui
iSjli Wwl. I Ft- TIM (mt
jtloiiK U . A. Mi)l lMiM Kwlli M-
08' West, true, 72.00 feet along 1.. C.
A. 4SSS. Apnna 2; thence Houth l8-
11' West, true, 120 feet nlong 1 C. A.
IMS, Apann 2, to point of beginning,
containing nn oren of CO-100 acres'.
Subject to n leaso expiring Septem
ber 30th, 1902, nt n yearly rental of
1'outth. Those certain pieces or
parcels of land situated In III of Knu
maunnpopo. Wnlnlua, Island of Molo
kal, in snld Territory of Hawaii, being
Apann 1. Taro, containing an nrca
ot one (1) rood and twenty-eight (28)
Apnna 2, Taro, containing nn area
of one (1) rood nnd twenty-one (21)
Apnna 3, Kula, containing nn area
of three (3) acres and being the snmo
premises nwnrded to Nalmlhate by
I.nnd Commission Award - No, 3397,
and thnt were conveyed to said Annlo
O. Dowsett hy Haonn (w) hy deed
dated July 1st, 1879. nnd recorded In
the omco ot said Registrar In I.lber
GS on Folios 342 nnd 313, nnd hy tho
said Annlo Q. Dowsett devised to tho
parties plaintiff and defendant In said
cnuse, tho said Clenovleve Dowsett,
Kllzaheth J. Knight, formerly Kllzn
both J. Parker, nowena N. Turner nnd
Marlon C. Dowsett, In equal shares nn
tenants In common, by her said last
will and testament aforesaid.
Terms of sale: cash, defd nt ex
penso of purchaser and said sale to bo
mado subject to confirmation by said
Court. Dated, Honolulu, April 20th,
CHAS. P. GniMWOOD,
WILL n. KISlinR,
W. AUSTIN WHITING.
w. j. noni.vsoN.
Attorneys for plaintiff.
PAUL NKUMANW, ROIinilTSON &
WILDER nnd ATKINSON & JUDD,
Attorneys for defendants.
NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE
OF BUILDINGS, ETC.
Notice Is hereby given hy tho un
dersigned, C. P. fl rim wood, n commis
sioner duly appointed by tuc order it
tho First Judge of tho Circuit Court
of the First Circuit, Territory of Ha
waii, sitting In nqultv, duly given and
mndo on the 12th day of November,
A. D. 1900. In n cnuso tuereln pending
wherein fienevlcvo Dowsett, nn Infant
hy .1. M. Monsnrrnt, her gunrdlnn. Is
plaintiff, nnd Marlon C. Dowsett, nnd
Ilnwena N. Turner, nnd 11. V. Turner
her hushnnd, nro defendants, which
snld action Is brought for tho parti
tion of eertnln lands nnd premises,
known ns the Dowsett Homestead, sit
uated nt Knpalnmn, Honolulu Islnnd
nf Onhu. Territory of Hawaii, moro
particularly described In plaintiff's
hill of complaint on file in snld cnuse,
thnt snld commissioner will on SAT-
UllDAY, the .ourth day of May, A. D.
1901, nt tho hour of 12 o'clock, m., nt
Dowsett Homestead premises, corner
nf King Street nnd Dowsett I.nnc, P.I
tnma. Honolulu. Islnnd of Onhu, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, pursunnt to tho fur
ther order nnd decree of snld Court
duly given nnd mndo In said causo on
tho 19th day of April, A. D. 1901, sell
nt public auction to tho highest and
best bidder for cash, all of tho build
ings and Improvements situated upon
said premises, consisting of tho fol
lowing: 1. Conservatory.
2. Cottnges 1 and 2.
3. Cottage No. 3.
4. Cottage No. 4.
5. Outhouses nnd cottage.
0. Rented cnttngo.
Also, tiles nnd stone for sldownlks.
Terms of snle: ensh.
All buildings nnd Improvements to
be removed hy purchaser within twen
ty (20) days nfter snle, unless tlmo
for removnl ho extended by order of
Court. Instruments ot snlo nt ex
pense of purchaser.
Dated. Honolulu, April 20. 1901.
CHAS. P. OHIMWOOD,
wn.i. n. Fisiinn.
W. Austin Whiting and W. J. Tlohln
son. Attorneys for plaintiff.
Paul Neumann nnd Itobertson &
Wilder, Attorneys for defendants.
In eonequence of the appointment nf
the Han. Geo. Gear to the Uicuit Bench
as 2nd Judge, the firm nf Davis and Gear
Is dissolved. Geo. A. Davis will occupy
the slme offices and continue the active
practice of his profession. I fry If
DR. GEO. HERBERT IS LEAVING
for the Coat on the 2jrd Inst. UK. ST. D.
fi WALTI.HS will have- rntlre charge
of the practice during his absence, Ills
office hours will be from 9 to 11 a in., 1 to
t and 7 to K p.m.
URS. HERBERT, HUMI'HRIS
AND WALT ERS. iKi7 2vy
Election ot Onicci'8.
At a Hireling of the MntklmlJers of the
HAWAIIAN IH.ALI1 V AM) MATURITY CO.,
111)., helJ at their nltice, U Kl.ig street,
room 2, April 11, 1001. me mowing were
elected ulticers and dlrectois of the com
I.. K. Kentwell,
W. J. Robinson
P. II, lluiiiellr
. . .PrcoUrnt
W. C. Ilurnelt
1817 iw IMI, IJLJRNI!IIJiiSeJ,rJJjry
Notice to CiiHtomci'H,
I h iinJfllUiirJ griirt WuulJ give
iiothe lo Hull lUotumrrt and the publU In
ginrrai uui w
uid a'lii Ihlt Jje luoiitii'
will I'r irUlly tpf4ltd
All UWhlt pui.uorii in mio lll.au 11 tii
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