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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1901.
Oceanic Steamship Company.
neteamers of this line will arrive anil lcavo this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA May 4
SIERRA May 18
'MARIPOSA May 23
SONOMA June 4
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers the agents are pre
fared 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
ITork by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLT TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited,
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. 9. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamsblp Co. 0 Toyo Risen Kalsta
- Bmi.r. ol lb. abort coipicut rill call .1 Hceoliilu to! It ttlt poll 03 or tol Iti
t...il1l ttlOW BtOtlOOlJl.t.
For Japan and China:
01 fiotr.l icloracioi -tr'r o
H, Hackfeid & Go,, Ltd., Agents.
JVStiutri of too bort Hot. runa'oc ts eocstctloo
r PIC AT HONOLULU oaorbaltbt
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C ,
rr BrliMct clSy3oyt
Aoraszl . ..May it
Mtawtra .July 6
f"rTtiietb Ickttilifccclfrcm Hcaololu to Canada, Unit I Stalta anfl Cjropa.
Paint a aad ai riril Infirxation. apply to
Theo. H. Davics fr
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co,
Direct Strvlcs betwetn
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN1 ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
S. S CALIFORNIAN, 6,oootons, to u in April
:. S OREGONIAN, 6,ooo tons, to sill two weeks later.
S S AMERICAN, G.ooo tons, to sal! -
S.S.HAWAIIAN, G,scotoni, to sill
Freight received at company's wharf. 42J Street, South Brooklln, at all tfints.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Ant. H.HACKFELD&CO..LTD.,
Lines of Travel
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FRO.M
THE TRAINS DftiLY
FRD.W SAN FRANCISCO,
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
, y FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pi man 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,
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. t Montgomery St., San Francisco,
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
147a Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Oo.
From and After January 1, IfiW,
After January 1,
Htnol.lti .... v -o
ii.Sjo. D.1I Dcl'7
liiiir n.iir Dili?
AM. P.M. P.M.
''. ,,.. a S)
TH3 ,,,. 3:51
J.l lies 4'1.
Set I'm i.t.
.J ..1 lit
Y, C. Suitu, Qtm'l Puss,
O. P. naNtoov, Snmrltitendent
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS
(neial Hunger ot
: T IquHable Lift Auurina SccIkV-
Of Um United BUtes for Um BawsUaf
Off ws 1 Hethint strMt, Bi'
v.. 7 f i-
'. : . JjJKft-
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA May 8
SONOMA May 14
MARIPOSA May 29
VENTURA June 4
For San Fianchso:
with tbi CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. i
ddo Mowtutdfl vj
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria ao4 VAocouvar (B.C.):
Moaru May 8
Mona July i
M'ctra .....Aucuit aS
For Frtlfbt anfl
Co., Ltd., GcnM Aftents.
Basr and Vine Dealers.
iMPontiiBs, amd Wholesale
wins Bui Utnor Dealers.
Afl.lt for 111 il.nl.l H.lnl.l But ol tl.ttlt.
No, 19 NuuANOhTuurr
Foaui Block. Honolulu, Havtaiia UtAct.
P O. Bel l)T. MLIOil T.l.pbHtt. log.
SODA WATER CO., Ltd.
Corner 'Allen and Fort Sis., Honolulu.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. 1
No Beer to Burn,
Gut Beer to Beat the Band
LARGE INVOICE OF
IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE
It has'nt come to stay ; It's goto?
fast, but there's more com-
ing every month.
l. H. DEE. Prop,
. . .TELEGRAPH
On and After tho 2nd of March
messages In plain language will be accept
ed for transmission between the
places mentioned below :
Ka Lauu, Molokal
Maunalei, Lanal; anJ
The charge for such messages will be at
the rate of 10 cents per word of 1 5 letters,
minimum charge ii, until further notice.
When telephone connections are avail
able messiges may be handed to the tele
phone company to be forwarded to desti
nations ether thin those mentioned above.
In otlur cases special messengers mav
The cost of special delivery Is not In
cluded In the charee at ?o cents per word.
If the cost Is known It must be paid by
the sender when the mewge Is handed In.
If unknown, It must be paid by the ad
dressee when the message Is delivered.
linn nl 11 1 11 flffirrv Mnrrnnn Rlnrl
. . . . .. .1 j . , ,j ' . ... . ' .. v j ' v-' ?.
. ,--;v.;-. . ,-,:lt:h, AMuM&mM
S PROPER THING IN SHOES
iZn- nS-jSTZj-i-ixJ & -
, The high boots for mountain climb
ing, pedestrian trips and country use
generally come In Io'li tan and black
this year. The blnfk will bs worn
ritilte as murh as the tan, without a'
doubt, nnd the tan will piobably conic
In ns many shadis as thtre nio differ
ent makels of shoes, Each lias his
own shailo, and when tho shoes nre Th l.vo boot Is moro worn for walk
polished they bnvo n particular shade .In? nnd the buttoned for a dress boot.
given by tho polish, which 13 something
quite different from the original. The
mountain shoes are of heavy leather
usually grained calfskin, with a pro-.
Jectlng Bole. They late, a It Is not 'put on In half the tlmo that n pair of
possible to make a really satisfactory .buttoned boots can be. Women wear
high shoe to button nnd fit all styles of the laeed boots to some extent because
Individuals. The foot and ankle of njthe mn do. Thcer Is an Idea that a
shoe can be made to lit a number of. laced shoo fits better than the other.
different people, but when tho.helght
gets to ten Inches the height of the
nerngc mountain shoe It must be
laced If It have nny pretension to n fit.
It Is also more comfortable for lone
tramps,' as the laces give more or ls
and. accommodato the muscles most
The patent-leather shoe for n walk-
lng boot. In both button and lace. Is
one of the most popular this year.
Thero Is little danger of their cracking
after the weather begins to moderate.
nnd the patent-leather shoes can be
kept In better condition with less
trouble than nny other style of foot- j
wear. A Utile lukewarm water will '
keep them clean, and It Is no troublo to
use It, j
The full round toes will be used with
the extension so!e-a mannish front
nnd it high aid., which. Is a great com-
fort to the woman who likes the mas-
cullne cut, hut linn nut been comfort
able with tho low. flat foot. Some hoot
tnrn think that tho flattrn.nK of the
nrch with the ordinary iimnn.Mi shoo N
moro or less Injurious, nml will. If per
slated In, ruin tho hapu of the foot.
"Support the arch of the foot, finys
one of them, anil yon navo n coni-mu " . nfi mi.- unain9 r,vv,
fortnhle ilioc, nml will not likely to ally pnpar.vl for illrferent leathers,
quarrel with the (It at the ball or tho however, which nre very good,
heel. It la natural that tho nrch
Kiiotihl he mipported In this way. ami j The Int-cliictlon of boot-blacklng
thcro U n trim feeling when the boot Is 'hnjrs Into the shop has been n great
on the foot anil walking Is eanler." 'eor.r,!np to women. They outniim
There la a little steel shank In tho ' er th ir."ii In their pntroniiRe. This
shoo which gives the Instep thin sup- l nsc .-il. as the man pitronlres the
port, ami also a pretty tuinpo to the
nesldes tho patent Icathets. l:ld and
calf shoes am both worn. There Is no
moro kid In tl.o tan shoe3. Russian calf
being iif-cil altogether. ,
In the dres boots the high ho-ls at"
sc,1tnn inches In the Louis Qulnze omen, as a rule, pay but llttlo alten
nnd one and n half In the Cuban h"el. t'.n I- the dressing of their boots.
Tho Cuban heel Is the best for a walk- NV,v York Journal.
f A.. .( t- ' --
Instruments tiled for record .Mav 1, loot.
First Party Second Partv Clas
K'alaluhl Mrs Amoi Ah Ho D
II M AMt C W Booth Acr
M G Sllva Trs Lunallla Est U
MCJLovell lire FJt U
Instruments filed for record May 4, toil.
First Party Second Party Class
H M Doiv J A MaRn S
J Cartv Jl.lghtloot M
Tr S KCockett C S Dtl:v , L
K Alnm (w) K Kaw.ihlneko 1 L)
J K Moeliau & svf Wong Feirt U
Hood nu 111:1 Nairn iki u
Port MBS of llaw'l M R Dj Es? San'o R
Hlshop & Co
wo Lun? 1-0
Yee Wo Co
S C Allen
V C Parke
H ma Plautu
Sam Hop J' J" """ ' ,n(' cars helonsing t the YAal
F Jl.owrie Hel IJ luku s- , r Company l.'st Jlondny af-
term n and Instantly killed. Thnt
..tmni-rn .n,,,. ,,
RECORDED APRIL 22 loei.
TakasiUi Co to r Koniw, P A. .Mar 0,
t.pi; special powers. Book 224, page 54.
OtMiy.irra Co to I Kjnno,! ' A, Mar 0,
1901; special powers. Buck 224, pac jj.
Nonalta Co to T Kno. P A, Mary,
liMI, 3t'(WII uuMvia, tiuvi, --m ih jj
Young Nap to Lsu Kui Sing, L, - ;
(jli acres ol gr 1210, waiauoi, Nuia.
.Maul. 547.50, loyears irom Jan 11, 1004.
Hook 2 1 i page2,
S Barrett 10 1 l Walker. Mtg, June 8.
1807J gr 14S, Keopuka, Kona, Hawaii.
J200, 2 years at 5 per cent. Book 221,
Isono Co to r Konno, V A, Mar g. 1931; Waih'e.
special powers. Book 224, page 58. On the return trip with n load of
M IJ Vivas S: hb to First Amerlc n cane, the engineer and hralteman saw
Savings anJ Trust Co, ; M, Apr 20, tool; tho bodv of n boy lying dend on tho
lots 4. 6..S, and pjr lut J. Mock IC2. Ha- track J'lH where they hud seen tho
loin Valley, Honolulu, Oahu; lots 3 and , .
Cttlrs l W I "V- wm ..oPPed Immediate
Book "21 page 205 1 '' on(1 c" examination It was found
J Ilirni'n to J A Matthewnnn, M. Mar ha; W wn,8 " ' two- Jjj"
il, iqoi; p.irlU'2683, kul 1075, P.iluna, brains being scattered all over thn
llonjlulu. O.1I111. 2?o. 1 vear at 12 per. dark.
cent. Book 221, page 201.
J A Mattlitwinau to E S Beckwlth, A
M, Apr IS, 1001: mtg J HlrJin on H I'
2081, kul K75. Pal.um, Honululu, Oahu.
250. Book 221, page :ot.
Trs Oahu Col.eze to C F Piter0n. Itt .
Apr 20, 1901: lots 2 and 0,et K H 157. fcoa hoy Jump off.. As strict orders
Kapalama, Honolulu, Oahu. 593.00. ,.ave hw.n g)vf,n tho boys not on,r by
HooK 171, page 507. the fni,inm. nnd brakemnn hut also
A Marques : hsb to FlUmer can Sav- , ,h Urot,iea of tho WnlluUu Calh-
fcSd Wick0" o'2 paKl.f'vXi $ ollebool. not to go near the cars, the
nolulu, Oihu. 52000, 5 years ;it 8 per 'nclr.r nnd his nsslstant wero ex
cent. Book 221, page 293. ' pnerated from all blame and no Inquest
C Spreckels & Co to B F Beardmore, I wr thoui;ht necessary as no hliimo
Kelt Apr 19, 1001 1 lot 57, Paw.ia, Puna- rmilil he attached to nny of tho em
liou. Honolulu, Oahu. i:ooo. Book 187I ployes of tho Walluku Sugar Company,
page 247. 1 The name of tho deceased was Josn
Klnoshlta Co to T Komn, P A, rar 9, Vallawuiez and only enmo hero recent'
npti special piwe'S. Boo!( 214, page 57- ly with the. first lot of Porto Rlcnm
KCCOKDCD AI'RII. 24, 1931. Imported by the Walluku Sugar Com.
J I Antone to Young Van et al, J, Apr pony. The remains of tho deceased
22, 1931; por gr 55 aid kul jfjg, Kekau- weia ordered burled.
Ilk st, Honolulu, Oahu. ?i2:o. Booki ... .
222. care inn.
T Quail Yee & wl to Chun Jun. et al, D,
Apr 10, loon R 12227. kul 2140. K.ihaluu,
II G Alexander et al to J Hiram. D, July
23, 1000; pc land, Kahiwall, Honolulu,
Oahu. $1. Book 222, page 197.
F F Lopez it wf to M G Mmoes, D,
Autr 18. 1001: nc land. Kapaakea. Hono
lulu, Oahu. fiooo. Bock 22, page 92,
S A Thurston to J Hiram. D JuK',2,
901; pc lund, Kaluwall, Honolulu, O-hu
'I. Hoolt 22, page 197.
miniv tn P. Ilwrn & Cn. 1"). Arr 3.
looi; hit In l P 4551. kul ?S3. Walheo,
Miul. $530. Book 223, page 9t.
iZ? - iJ'rZj - iZ? sJ-fZjZ? '!Z? iZz'ZtJ'1 '
lng shoe, or for real usefulness In n '
shoo of nny kind, Being a bromlrr nnd'
moie of a, military heel. It gives moro
of a support, and, In addition, Is mado
of lifts of leather. like tho online;;
heel, whllo the Louis Qulnze Is of wood, '
covered with leather. I
joomn people question tho use of a lai e '
j shoe at any time. They say that men,
wear laced shoes for convenience, for
villi tho hooks the laied boots can be'
but this Is hardly the cpse. The laces
slip In walking, becoming loosened
over the Instep, and the
'has not as trim an appearance
hu - .toned boot. A buttoned
held always In one position by the but'
tons, itretchcs to fit the foot, nnd ts
really In the end more satisfactory.
However, the laced boot still obtains
for the ordinary walking purposes, and
It If well to have some distinction. It
1 forr.e time since mothers advocated
laced thoes for their children, because
thvy could bo worn alternately on dlf-
tttt-ni feet and keep them "growing
The '.ho with tho top cloth Is to be
en onrc In n while. These are the
shoes made to order, nnd the tops nre
made to match costumes, but It Is little
"" Th avenue individual buys the
rea.Iy-nad boot, and Is satisfied. TIip
-W-r patron, of the custom-made boots
nvn Vif tin,m1n ti'liri It'll A annin ndrllll.
"' - "" !" ... .-
arlty In th nhnpe of tl'f font anil can
not be fittoil from tho regular stoclc.
Tli Vt ilroiulnss for hoes nrc the
simplest tho lukcttnrm water for tho
patent lathpr, a llttlo vntdlno for the
klil. nml regular men's blacking for the
'notV.at-V on any corner nn nuie-
iitn!n" the woman has not yet as-
rmmel. In one large tip-town shop they
have tno bnotblacklng chairs for men
and four (rr women. mere is nn n-
t-iie '.: nipn vomen n i.aj no
''i1" In to have their i sots dresie.l In
( ,i -vrv t another. This Is a goodly
rim' -v. considering the fact that
J K Lcti ard wf to II Hlrkmvre. D.
Apr to. imii II I's SoS, 0117. ki.1 7008.
Ila'al-I. Kaval; should be l P 700s kul
0137 md 45Sj. Hnalet, Kauai. $t5o.
Huok 22:, pase 200.
Trs O'hu College to II Holmes, D. Arr
1. lost: bis 9 and to, b'ock 7, College
Hills Trict, Honolulu, OjIiu. 5i-o.
Hok an, page Q5.
M L Butks : hsb to A M Anln. D, Apr
24. io;i: p: Ian J. P.ilama, Honolulu,
Oal.u. fisco Book 222, pige 201.
i m Dum
W'n!' .In May 2. A Porto Illcan lad
ri.i.tt l earsot age was run over
r.fter ,o"n hen the ciiKlno with empty
ws Rn, hf, flng MvIn(. , Wallllkl,
n)) f Wnlhee. Engineer Man-
(t, Cnos an(, nrnkcman chns. Palca
number of chllArcn In the
lhc). n opi,cr0(,
bMt jt tma whon l)l0 onRno 8tarteJ
two bovn stole Into the cars ngaln un
not! ej. for when tho train passed thu
Walehu. switch tho engineer nnd tho
brakemau nav n boy Jump off of tho
empty ears and he was seen to turn a
cloub!" komcrsault but luckily landed
on his fet on good ground seemingly
unhurt so the engineer drovo on to
Denuty Sheriff Hnyselden was Im-
mediately notllled nnd on his arrival
nn InveMlRatlon wna held. Knglncer
nnos and nrakemnn Piilen both testl
'tkd havlnc seen a boy Jump off tho
tr,V nt Ihil rlnnn hut illrl nnl sen thn
' n, ', "
When your Joints nre stiff and your
tore from com or rheumatism
f.i, -ltn nn.l onalti n t.tltit elrntn
' vnnr kIiIa nr lirnlsn vnnranlf. PAIT-
KII.l.KK will tnlto nut tho Borens
nnd fix you right In n Jllfy. Always have
It with you, nnd uso It freely. Avoid
substitutes, thero Is but 0110 I'uln-Klll-tr,
Peny Davis', Prlco 23c. nnd COc.
The klnir of cameras Is tho Tremo,
rlrfet n nnmPi flr8t rjualtty. first In
execution, Dates or films.. Tho HO
NOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO. nro tha
sole agents for this exquisite Instru
In go id order and wards oft attacks of dys-
Persia. Indigestion and biliousness. Every-
todv needs It to prevent nervousness and
insomnia and to Keep the rowels regular
See that our private pccnuc stamp
covers me necK or tne Dottle,
TRY IT FOR H8tettc'i5
FEVER AND AGUE. Bitters '
r xv lift mm ftuux,. (
ls THE CIRCUIT COCRT. FIRST CIW l'IT
-f U11 Terr lory ol Hawaii. Irrr'ti AtthmttM
In tl nat,r of in tat of A, C. t'rwni.ltt. ol
Honolulu. O.hJ JccrdieJ. Cn rtaJIn,; .ri fi! n?
i--t, pr.ytis i.,t in orJer tt u:. ,f ...ru'n r.i
tNiintin(T,iijij jmiMJinjMii'nr 1 rn commission Attard No. 1339) to Too
ccit.ln lt(tl re'n h uch rjl mill h,jU be I , ., . , . .,
oii. lu.h.t.iyorJ.r.J.iiiji.iir.ftTiin-evfi.puil and that wero conveyed to the
l!,Jl,,,V',4i"!'MAr,'l1iil,,l"I;;Vn0i",.";irrl.Jm "' James I. Dowsett by Kaalakal
li tth Aav of .Mav A l., 190 ( at ten o cl-xk .m ,L , , , , ... . , .
jmIk Ucurt k-K-m of thU Cnjr in H'.niiuli thin' (w) the Uolr of PoopUU, by deed data
n4 tw 10 o.owcjjhy in orJerfiuii nit tt October -2Dth. 1SC1. nnd recorded In
Honslulu, April iq. oi.
U tit Court
J. A. THOMPSON.
i6io-t-ArrH imt Miy 1 1 Clerk.
KAWAUHAO LOTS FOR SALE
Notice of Sale of Real Estate at Auction
Notice Is hereby Riven, that In pursuance
of an order ot the Honorable A. S. Hum
phreys, Hrst Judze ol the UrcultCourt of
the First circuit, at Clumbers, made on
the 22nd dayofAp:ll, 191. sitting as a
Court ol Equity In the matter of Alexand
er Alaloho vs. Wlllltm .Waloho tt al. bill
for partition of real estate, the undersigned.
Henry Smith, C crk jf the Judiciary Ue-
partmeut, having been appointed a com'
inMoncr to sell the teal estate described I
In the bill i.f complaint at public auction,
to the hlRlnst bidder for cash and subj'ct '
to confirmation by the said Circuit Court
of the rkst Circuit, said day of sale to be
not le-s than fourteen days from the date
of publicitlo.i 01 this notice In two news
pape's In Honolulu:
N v therelore, I w III sell at public auc
tion on WEDNESDAMhe 8ih day of May,
19. 1, at 12 o'clock M at maukaentrenceto
the Judiciary Building, Honolulu, Island of
Oahu, the two lots belonging to Alexander,
William, Lilly, Haulanl and George Malo
ho, children and heirs at law of AlexanJer
W. Malcho, la'e of Koloa, Kauil, deceased,
The lots are situated on the proposed
extension of Hotel street, between Lllluo
kalinl and Punchbowl streets, In Kawala
linn, Honolulu, and more particularly des
cribed as follow:
Apanas 1 and 4 of L.C.A. No. 25j IssueJ
Apana t Beginning at the East corner
of John Anahu'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 Matin's Lot of
I4tl feet; and from that co.tier on run
1, lng West to the Lot of John Aiuhu 53 'j
fect; thence to the South along John Ana'
hu's lot to the rolnt of commencement 115
feet, containing an Area of about 6023
Apana 4-Beginning at the North corner
of this lot cr makai side of an auwal, S,
l&" 55 E. true St.o feet from N. corner of
this award, and running by true bearings:
1. S. Co" 5V W. 156.0 feet along lane;
thence 2. S.2520v E. 58.0 feet to fence;
thence 1. N. (VcE. ill. 5 feet along
fence to makai side of stone wall; 4. N.
3 35' W. 2.2 feet along stone wall; ?. N.
59" 45' E. 20.0 feetalong stone wall; 6. N.
i(,o' E. 2(5.2 feet along Government; 7.
,N. l8v 5?1 W 55.5 feet along Government
to the luitlil point, and containing an area
of ySio square feet, m'ue or less.
lEKViS AND CONDITIONS OF
SALE: Cashflow coin of the United
itates, ten percent ot tne purchase ; price
18. lr'SSStSS $&
cy said Circuit Court. ...
ueeus ni e.;enfc 01 purcu ser. ror
further particulars apply to 'he undersign-
ed, al Judiciary Building, Honolulu, April
NOTICE OP COMMISSIONER'S SALE
OP REAL ESTATE.
Notice Is hereby given by the uito
signed, C. P. Orlmwood, a commission
er duly appointed by tbo order of tho
First Judge ot tbo Circuit Cit of the
First Circuit, Tenltory of Hawaii, sit
ting In Equity, duly given and mndo on
tho 12th day of November, A. D. 1900,
In a causo therein pending, wherein
Oonevlcvo Dowsett, an infant, by J. M.
Monsarrnt, her guardian, Is plaintiff,
and Elizabeth J. Knight and Frederick
S. Knight, her husband; Rowena N,
Turner nnd II. V. Turner, her husband,
nnd Marlon C, Bowsctt aro defendants,
which said causu Is brought for tho
partition of certnln lands and premises
moro paitlcularly described In p'aln
tin's bill of complaint, on lllo In said
rnuso, that suld Commissioner will, on
Saturday, tho ISth day of May, A. D.
1'jOl, nt tho hour of 12 o'clock 111., at
tho auction salesrooms of James
F. Morgan, C3 Queen Street,
In tho City ot Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, Tcrrltory,of Hawaii, pursuant
to tho furthor order and decree of said
Court duly givee and made In said
cnuse on the 19th day of April, A, D.
j'iQI, sell at public auction, to tho
hlchest and best bidder for cash, nil
of the following described pieces and
paicels of land, to-wlt:
Flint: That certain piece or parcel
of land situated at Kttwlll, on tho Iw).
lei road, Honolulu, Island of Oahu. Ter
ritory of Hawaii, nnd being tho same
premises decilbed In lloynl Patent
(tirant) No. 2719 to James I, Dowsett,
and that were cenvcyed to said Annie
u bowsett by the said James I. Dow
sett by deed dated November I5tb,
1&70, and recoided In tho oClcc of tho
Itcgtttrnr of Conveyances at Honolulu,
In said Territory of Hawaii, In Liber
.il, on folios ISC and 1ST, nnd by tho
said Annie G. Dowsett devised to tho
parties plaintiff and defendant In said
cause, Ocncvleva Dowsett, Elizabeth
J. Knight, formerly Elizabeth J. Par
ker, Rowena K. Turner and Marlon C.
' Dowsett, In equal shares as tenants In
common, by her last will and testa
escribed as follows:
'lle Government Purvey Station Kawa
bears N. C2o 41' E. true and distant
T0S.45 feet: thence
1. S. 22 IS' E. true
le 49' C. truo 120.12 feet;
49 CI' V. true 93.72 feet!
4i ;, iC3 01, t-. true 107.0 feet;
g c;j g0, . true .3 fect ,0
point of commencement,
lng an nrea of 39-100 of nn acre
tl7.ni2.C sq. ft.)
Second: That certain piece or par
cel of land situated at Moanalua, Ho
nolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory o
Hawaii, being the same premises de
scribed In lloynl Patent No. 430 (Land
the ofllce of the said Registrar In
Mbor 14, nnd folio 357, nnd by the
said James I. Dowsett conveyed to the
1 said Annie G. Dowsett, neo ltagsdale.
by deed dated November 23th, 1S70,
nnd recorded In the office of the said
Registrar In I.lbor 31 on folios ISO nnd
1ST, nnd by tho said Annie O. Dowsett,
by her said last will and testament,
dovls.'d to the parties plalntltf nnd de
fendant In said cause, the said Gene
vieve Dowsett, Elizabeth J. Knight,
formerly Elizabeth J. l'arker, llowena
N. Turner and Marlon C. Dowsett, In
equal shares as tenants In common,
nnd described as follows:
Beginning at n cross cut on a rock
In r. p.lo of stones on the East bank
of creek, thence South 0" 43' East.
true. 104.SO feet along Konohlkl
,honce vorth 030 47' East. true. 57.41
(CC. ni0I1B Konohlkl; thence South
;o- 13' Eapt true, 23.10 feet along Ko
r.ohlkl to the corner of Konohlkl nnd
L. C. A. 1TD3 then North C2 17'
Kast. true, 107.C0 feet aiong h. C. A.
Ii93 to a cross cut on a rock; thence
South G7 43' Kast, truo 13.20 feet;
thence North Cl 17' Kast, true. 40.20
feet; North 193 is West 83.S0 feet
along Konohlkl to the corner of L.
C. A. 2182; thence South 87 17' West,
true, 99 feet nlong L. C. A. 2182 to the
corner of Konohlkl nnd L. C. A. 21S2;
thence South 17o 43' Kast. truo, 29.70
feet along Konohlkl; thence South 73
47' West, true, 33.00 feet; thence
North 61 23' West, true 17.S0 fect;
thence South 77' 67' West, true, CO
feet along Konohlkl to tho point ,t
beginning and containing an area of
Third. Tbnt certain piece or parcel
of land situated nt Moanalua, Hono
lulu, Island of Oahu, Terr..ory of Ha
waii, consisting of four taro patches
forming a portion of tho Konohlkl of
Mcannlua that was devised to S. M.
Damon by Uernlcu Pnuahl Bishop by
her last will dated October 4th, 1SS4.
and admitted to piobnte In tho Su
preme Court on tho 2nd day of De
cember, lbS4, and conveyed by S. M.
Damon to Annie O. Dowsett by deed
dated November 20th. 1SS9, ot record
1 In I.lbor 119, page 231, and being the
same premises that were devised to
the parties plaintiff and dcendant In
(aid cause, tho said Genevieve Dow
sett, Elizabeth J. Knight, formerly
Ellznheth J. Parker. Rowena N. Tur
shares as tenants In common, by tho
said Annie G, Dowsetkby her last will
ner and Mai Ion C. Uowsett, In equal
and testament aforesaid, the samo be
ing described as follows:
Beginning at the Southwest corner
ot this land wmch ts also the corner
coiuuon to I.. C. A. SCS, Apana 4, and
L. C. A. 4SS8. Apana 2, thence North
3&o 27' West, Hue, 03.30 feet along
srM h. O. A, SCS, Apana 4, to cornor
of Jj. C. A. 2SG0; thenco North 43 23'
?:.., ire, 2S1 feet along said I. C.
A. 2SC0 to coiner of Konohlkl; thenco
smith SS 4S' Hast, tiue, 7S.79 feet
' TTlZ nlori-onohlw
iTl T' Cs C t ' i'"
- . - -
South 2- CI' Hast, true, Oj.,0 feet
along I.. C. A. 43SS. Ajiann 4; thence
South CC- 2C'.We3t. truo, ,3.20 feet
along U C. A. 3101; thenco Nona sd'
OS' Wett, true, 72.C0 feet nlong 1,. C.
A. 43&S, Apana 2; thenco South 433
11' West, true, 120 feet nlong U C. A.
45SS, Apana 2, to point of beginning,
contnlnlng an area of 00-100 acres.
Subject to a lease expiring Septem
her 30th, 1&02, nt a yearly rental of
Fourth. Those certain pieces or
parcels of land situated In III of Kau
mauuapopo, Walalua, Island of Molo
kal, In said Territory of Hawaii, being
Apana 1, Tnro, containing an area
of ono (1) lood and twenty-eight (2S)
Apann 2. Tnro, containing an area
of one (1) rood and twenty-one (21)
Apana 3, Kuln, containing nn area
of threo (3) acres and being the samo
(lntnfl Ji'lr IkI 1K7'i nnil rrtnr.lrt.l In
.'Zm'' .',,,, " . r ... 1
mi; uiinu ut ouiu uem&irur in uiuer
38 on Folios 312 nnd 343, and by tho
snld Annie O. Dowsett dovlsed to tho
parties plaintiff nnd defendant In snld
cause, the said Oene levo Dowsett,
Elizabeth J. Knight, formerly Eliza
beth J, Parker, Rowena N. Turner and
premises awarded to Nalmlhnlo ry ' iceuing mon 11 wiuioiu e.ception.
i.ana Lunimisston Award so, 3SU7, 1 hpbv may -rn im
I and thnt wero conveyed to said Annlo Frank B. AuTrbi'h itta'nar
10. IlowBctt by Hnona (w) by deed CHAS HlTAnE vh,MaMRer
Marlon C. DowBttt, In equal shares as
tenants In common, by her said la3t
will and testnment aforesaid.
Terms of sale: cash, deed at ex
pense of purchaser nnd said sale to b9
made subject to confirmation by said
Court. Dated, Honolulu, April 21tb,
CHAS. P. GRIMWOOD,
JAMES. F. MOtlOAN,
W, AUSTIN WHITINO,
W. J, ROBINSON,
Attorneys for plaintiff.
PAUL NKUMANrt', ROBERTSON &
WII.DKR nnd ATKINSON & JUDD,
Attorneys for defendants.
NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE
OF BUILDINGS, ETC.
Notice la hereby given by the un.
derslgncd, C. P. Grlmwood, a commis
sioner duly appointed by tuo order it
the First Judgo of tho Circuit Court
of tho First Circuit, Territory of Ha
waii, sitting In Equity, duly given and
mado on tho 12th day of November,
A. I). 1900. In n cause tucrcln pending
wherein Genevieve Dowsett, an Infant
by J. M. Monsarrnt, her guardian, is
plaintiff, nnd Mnrlon C, Dowsett, and
llowena N. Turner, and H. V. Turner
her husband, are defendants, which
said action Is brought for tho parti
tlon of certnln lands nnd premises,
known ns tho Dowsett Homestead, sit
uated nt Knpalama. Honolulu Island
of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, moro
particularly described In plaintiff's
bill of complaint on fllo In said cause,
that said commissioner will on SAT
URDAY, the 11th day of May, A. D.
1901, nt tho hour of 12 o'clock, m., at
Dowsett Homestead premises, corner
of King Street nnd Dowsett Lane, Pa-
lamn. Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, pursuant to the fur
ther order and decreo of said Court
duly given nnd made In snld cause on
the 19th day of April, A. D. 1901, sell
nt public auction to tho highest and
best bidder for cash, nil of the build
ings nnd Improvements situated upon
said premises, consisting of tho fol
lowing: 1. Conservatory.
2. Cottaccs 1 and 2.
3. Cottage No. 3.
4. Cotlago No. 4.
5. Outhouses nnd cottage.
C. Rented cottage.
Also, tiles and stone for sidewalks.
Terms of sale; rash.
All buildings nnd Improvements to
bo removed by purchaser within twen
ty (20) days after sale, unless tlmo
for rcmovnl bo extended by order of
Court. Intruments of sale at ex
pense of purchaser.
Dated, Horoliilu. April 21th. 1901.
CHAS. P. ORIMWOOD,
JAMES F. MORGAN,
V,. Austin Whiting nnd XV. J. Robin
son. Attorneys for plaintiff.
Paul Neumann nnd Robertson &
Wilder. Attorneys for defendants.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
Order. The calendar of civil causes to
be tried by jury at the ensuing .MAY TERM
will be called directly alter the conveninc
of the court. Cases will be taken up and
disposed of in their order on the calendar,
and parties are expected to be ready when
tneir cases are called for trial.
By the Court,
J. A. THOMPSON,
Honolulu, April -:6, 1921. ' Clerk.
, NOTICE. k
In c:nequence of the appointment of
the Hon. Geo. Geirto the Circuit Bench
as 2nd Judge, the lirm ol Davis and Gear
is uissoivcj. Ueo. A. uavls will occupy
the same offices and continue theactle
practice of his profession. iSQg-tt
The following bicycles are now at tne
Police Station and owners can have them
bv proving property and paying expenses
Tribune, No, 4759; Columbia, No, 8204
Columbia, No. 0i lb; EldreJge No. 24730,
Imperial. No. 14536 1710-tf
DR W.J GALBUAITH WILL TAKE
charge of my practice during mv abence.
UP. F. L. MINER.
On and after May 1, 1931, Dr. W. J.
Galbralth will occupy the office and resi
dence of Dr. F. L. Miner, corner of Bete
tanla and Union streets. S2-2W
THE THIRD AND LAST ASSESS
memt of 25 rercent (?2 50 per share) on
the capital tuck of the HONOLULU
STOCK YARDS CO., LTD., will be due
and payable at the company's office on
June 1st, anJ will become delinquent July
L. DE L. WARD,
., , , . Treasurer
Honolulu, April 33. iqoi. 1 829-2 w
Notice to Customers.
The undersigned grocers would give
notice to tin Ir customers and the public In
general that on and after this date month
ly settlements will be strictly Insisted
All goods purchased In one mi-nth mutt
l" paid for be'ore 'he IaM day of the suc-
SAL'I ER & WAITY.
ESTATE OF J. HUTCHINS.
, , ,. P. L. WalJton, AJm.
Honolulu. T. H April 18, mat. iS-im
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