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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU,!!. T MONDAY, MAY 6, 1901
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Oceanic Steamship .Company.
n steamers of this line will arrlre
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA May 4
SIERRA May 18
MARIPOSA May 25
SONOMA June 4
In connection with the salllnc ot
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 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 Co, 0 Tojo Risen Kalsha
. StiftBttl ol lb abavi coaptoitk will call at Honolulu anfl Uava tbla port ot abott cka
For Japan and China:
or ttotrat Informatfoo 'jp'y -o
H, Hackfeld & Co,, Ltd., Agents.
(kin-Australian Royal lail Steamship Company.
frStiaaara ol lb. abova lint, lualnc lo coocitMoo wllb lb. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
itaaa Vagcouvar, B. C. anl SyJnar, N. S. W.. ana cantor tt Victoria. C. C. rKoolalu ml Brliban.
i. DUB AT IOM.)I.Ul,U on or about tha dataa balov atatat rU 1
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C.
Aorangl May 11
Moana Juna S
Mlcvara July 6
IcktUlnuii from Honolulu to Canada, UotUl Slataa tad Earopt.
raiiai aaa ai
otrai lorormauon, apply to
Theo. H. Davlcs &
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast. ,
S. S CAL1FORNIAN, 6,ooo tons, to sill In April
. S OREGONIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail two weeks later.
S S AttbRICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail
S.S.HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail
Freight received at company's wharf. 42J Street, South Brooklln, at all times.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB, "
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
' Agents. Honolulu
Lines of Travel
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROAV
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
y FOUR DAYS to New York.
P man Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
In: 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. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
di irtutv n B 1.T 1
a 1. bvninai v. 1 u . (
1 472 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. It. & L. Go.
From and After January 1. Iftto,
ai. Sua. t,allr
F, C, Smith, G.n'l Fasa.
Q, P, Dbnmon, Snparlntandant
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS
Oonetul Mimgei ot
Tb Iqoitible Life Auuvuici Sm-
01 th United States for tn. H.wtiltS
OvtlSli Mcoh-uii itiMt. Bti.
and leave this port as hereunder:
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA May 8
SONOMA May 14
VENTURA '.....June 4
the above steamers the agents ire pre
For San Francisco :
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria ana Vancouver (B.C.):
Moana. ., May 8
Miora Junt a
Aoranzl July 1
Moana , July t
M'cwera Auuit t3
For Frflf! aaJ
Co., Ltd.. Gen'l Agents.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
IXrOBTBHS, AMD WHOLBBALB
ffine anfl Lipr Dealers.
Agaola lor Ita Bottlal Kalstar Baar ol laaltla.
No. 19 Nuuad Street
Fotltr Block. Honolulu, Hawaiiar liianoa.
P. O. Boa 13T. Mutual Talapbooa ao.
SODA WATER CO., Ltd.
Corner Allen and Fort StsM Honolulu.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WfNE .MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. 1
No Beer to Burn.
But Beer to Beat the Band
LARGE INVOICE OF
IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE
It has'nt come to stay ; it's gointj
fast, but there's more com
Ing every month.
L H. I)EE, Prop.
. . .TELEGRAPH
On and After the 2nd of March
mesuRes In plain language will be accept'
ej for transmission between tlie
places mentloneJ below :
Ka Laau, Molokai
Maunalei, Lanai; and
The charge for such messages will be at
the rate of 20 cents per word of 1 5 letters,
minimum charge $2, until further notice.
When telephone connections are avail
able messages may be handed to the tele
phone company to be forwarded to desti
nations other than those mentioned above.
In othtr cases special messengers may
The cost of special delivery Is not In.
eluded In the charge at 20 cents per word.
If the cost Is known It must be paid Uy
the sender when the message Is handed In.
If unknown, It must be paid by the ad
dressee when the message Is delivered.
Hnnnltilu flffirp Minrnnn RlnrLr
Instruments filed for reccrd May 6,
Fjrst Party Second Partv
NaUoluelnnl (l) J M Monsarrat
Uliuoknlanl Tut g Yan
JH Dchnnck&wf CSDesWy
Pillpl et al Knnotikapu
Boaza Chas Moo es
C W Backeberg Joe Sntrao
J K Kahuhu C de J Freltas
J Rose Al C Rose Jr
Kanae Pauelua et al
M T Fieltas & wf Antone H Serrao
A B Serrao & vf M C Freltas
C Notley Walplo Llmalau
K Hanupi L de la Mux
" " W K Kapllohojkalanl
S N Spencer Hllo Sugar Co
City Mill Co Ltd Allen & Robinson -
II Wrlcht I Testa D
W R Castle Tr ' Heela and hus Rel
O P Emerson Trs Oahu College Mtg
J Kalllanu J Kamakawiwoole D
RECORDED APRIL 22, tgoi.
Sakat Co to T Konno, P A, Mr 9,
1001; sreclal powers, Book 224. page 50.
Kalaakea Co to T Konno, P A, Mar 0.
i loot; special powers. Book 224, page Gi.
Tarn See Young & hsb t.i F W Hardy,
M, Apr )2, 1931; patent 388;, Pulehulki,
Kuli. Maul. 5400, 2 years at 10 per cent.
Book 221, page 297.
RECORDED APRIL 21, 1901.
W A Hall to J F Colbum, P A. Arr 22,
loot; general powers. Book 224, pjg 62.
M E Foster to Lovejoy & Cn, L, Jan 1,
1901; 2 stores, etc, Foster block, cor Nuu
ana and Marine sts, Honolulu, OjIiu
i 1800, 5 years. Book 218, page 237.
L Kalliekapu. affidavit, Apr 22, tool; as
to life etate In "Katilu" Hoaeae, Ewa,
Oihu. Book 224, page 62.
liana Protestant Church to N Oms'ed,
L, Febo. ujaii por kul 3-7, V. ninalua,
Hani, Maul. 5153, 15 years. Book 218,
RECORDED APRIL 25,1901.
A A Smith to Honolulu Clay Co, Ltd,
release of dower, Apr 20.1001; porgri359.
Nutiar.u Valley. Honolulu, Oahu. Ji.
Book 223, page qS.
Punahou Takes a
Fall Out of YJ.C.A.
Oahu College added another one to
their itrlug of victories In the babebnll
fiame of Saturday by taking the Y. M.
C. A. Into camp for the second time to
the tune of 0 to 7.
The game was not un to the stan
dard of the one a week 030. Doth sides
made many errors, some being quite
The Association started out well,
scoring three runs In the first Inning,
The collegians then started In but It
took them three Innings to caith up
with their opponents, the score stand
ing at the end of the third Inning:
Oahu College. 4: V, M. C. A., 3, Doth
Bides scored a run In the fourth but,
in the filth, things went the Associa
tion's way and two runs were scored.
The collegians tied In the sixth,
making the score six all and, In the
seventh, by bunching hits, won th
Kline. Three runs were scored. The
Association managed to send one man
around the diamond In the eighth but
In the ninth. Castle was Invincible nnd
they went out In ono. two, three order.
For the Collegians Williamson fill
the best work with the bat, making Iho
safe hits out of six chances. In thu
field, he was not so good, making two
errors out of five accepted chance..
Myers and Perry came next for Puna
hou making four hits out of fi
chances. Twenty-one safe hits wrr)
scored off Dabbltt while but fourteen
were made off Castle. Pour bases un
balls were given by Cutle. Soii. 01.
rors wero made by both sides Y. M, C.
A. em to bat 39 times, whll? Oah.i
College handled the stick -U times.
The next game will be between hv
nieharneha and Punahou.
Red Men Give Donee.
Hawaiian Tribe, No. 1, of the Inde
pendent Order of lied Men uae a mic
cesaful dnneo Saturday evening nt tha
drill shed. The company present was
large enough to make the spacious
building nllve with the happy throng.
Music was furnished under the leader
ship of Joseph ftosen. From the Is
suing of the Invitations to the scrvico
of the refreshments, tho order of tho
evening was perfect In every detail.
Tho committees were as follows
Reception Committee John W.
Short, chairman; Julius Asch. V. C.
nettls. T. V. Carroll. H. Carlyle.
Floor Committee John T. Schneider,
chairman: Duko V. McNIchol, Al
Moore, Clcorge E. Ward. H. V. Flint.
Committee on Airangements John
W. Short. Julius Asch, Al Moore, Duke
W. McNIchol. It. V. rilnl.
P. II. Hcrllhy, formerly chief engin
eer of tho steamship Ulo de Janeiro,
filed two appeals on April 20th with
John llermlnghnm, United States Su
pervising inspector of Steam YesseU
for the illstilct of California. In one
tho nppenllant claimed that tho local
Inspectois infused to reissue his license
and asked that they ho Instructed to
giant this document. Tho other appeal
alleged that his llcenso was revoked
by the local Inspectois. J. K. Ilulger
and O. F. Holies, without charges hav
Ing been preferred against him or his
having been given a trial, and nskeq
that their action bo reversed. A hear
Ing before Captain Hcrmlnghara will
probably be granted.
From the Reports of tho dealers In
this city, wo think no proprietary
medicine has a larger sale than l'Al.N
KlU.nit. Its valuable properties as a
speedy cure for pain ran not fall to be
generally appreciated, in case or acci
dent, or sudden attack of dysentery
diarrhoea, choleia morbus. Montreal
Star. Avoid substitutes, there Is lut
one rain-Killer, Ferry Davis". I'rlco
c. and Sue.
PROPOSALS FOR SUPPI IES :
Hawaii E.Npertmental Station, Honolulu.
H. T, Mav 2, k;:i. Sealed proposals will
be received here until Urn,, May 10, Kjai,
for supplying and Installing t pumpjnd
steam ot ga'ollne engine, capacity to lift
1000 gal. water per hour, too fret ; also 2
lo.ooo gil, redwrod water tanks. Infer
matlon furnished on application. JARED
Th unJenlzfiJ hihe been tppntntei iJmtntt
If ator ol the eitt't ot Yatta Kubey, U e nf Honolulu,
Oahu, dceas4. hereby rodfies all teftont hivlnjr
Claims attaint! ili ctafa to p csnt he tame to the
unJertlRfieJ wl hln l month ffom the date ot this
publication, f.f they will tt torevrr barrei.
Honolulu, ArHl t tyit. AJmlntitratof,
IN THE IRCUIT COURT. FIRST CIRCUIT,
Territory of Nana. I. At chamber In prokJta In
the matter of the csate rf William Seaborn Luce,
fate ot Hon) utu, Oahu the latt will an J lettament
of saM deceattl, ben rresentel to sail court, 10
gether with a retMon for the rroba'e thereof, anj for
the Issuance of letters 'eslimentary lo Alice Maude
(ii'ktll Luce hivlnc been fl ei. Noilce Is hereby
flen fiat A'onJay, th 10th Jayot May, A P., 19CI.
at 10 b'clock a m., ot satJ Ay, at the Court Room of
sa'J ourt. In the JuJklaty Dul'din, Honolulu be
anl the same heriby Is appolmeJ the time ani place
lor proving said will anl hearing sill application.'
Honolulu, April nth. toot
Uy the Co'irt,
G tO HOE LUCAS.
tgtyAprll 15 ti ), May 6 Clerk.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FIRST CIRCUIT.
Territory of Hawa'l At chambers, In probate. In
t,e matter of the eate of S. Katherlne Gray, late o
Ifonoulu, Oahu, decease! On reading atl fillnf
the petition and account, of he aJmlnlstrator ot the
estate ot said deceased, wherein he asks that his ac
counts te etamintl and approed, anl that a final
order may te made of dtrlbut on of tre propirty re
mtinni In hit hinJo the persons thereto emitted,
and d.icharglnz him fro-n ail turn r responsibility
at such admlnlstra or. It Is irde ed that t-rtJay, the
mtth Jv nf Miv. A.D . toai. at in n'ftfwlt A m
the Court room of th sa d Court, at Honolulu, Island
ot Oahu, be anl the time hereby Is appolntel as the
time and place tor hearing ta'l p.titlon anl acrounts
anl that alt peisons Intemtel may then anl thee
appear and show cause. If ant they hae, vhy tfte
tame shou d not be granted, ani mey present evi
dence at to ho are eniltle J 'o iht slid prupeitv.
Honolulu, April tt, 1901,
By the Court.
ili)-Ap. 15 a.o May 6 Clerk
IS THE CIRCUIT COURT. FIRCT CIRCUIT
Territory of Hawaii. At chambers. In probate. In
the matter of the estate ot Jutlus I luting, deceased,
On reading and riling u e petition anl ccoun't f thj
administrator with the will anre'eJ ot 'hi estate of
said deceased, wherein he asks that his accourts be
examined and app'oved. and that a final order be
mile of dlstlbuiton ot tne property irm Inlng in h t
hanlt U the persons thereto entit'el, and d v.lurplng
h'm from all further repnnsib I Ity a such a J minis
tra.or. It Is orJer d, that f rl Jay, the list day of .May,
A. U, not, at ten o'clock a m., before the juice ot
said court at the Cout Room of the sa d -ovrt at
Honolulu, Island f Oahu, be anl the same hereby Is
appoln ed as the Imeanl place tor heating said pttl
tliiandaccounts,indthat all persons Inter s led may
then and there appear and show caust. If any they
have, why the tame should not be r'anttd, and may
present evidence as to whi are entitle! u the sal!
Hunotutu, Apr 1 13, toi.
By thi Court,
tgii-Aprll t'.aMjyfJ.i) Clerk.
IN THE CIRCUIT COLRT OF THE FIRST
Circuit. Territory of Hawaii. At chambers, In p oba'e.
In the matter nf tin estate of Kek.pl le of Hono
lulu, Oahu, deceased. The petition anl accounts of
tie administrator of the ista't of tall Jeeasii hav
ing bern filed, here rt he asks that his accounts b
examlntd ard apcroted, and that a finj) ordtr be
made of dls'tlbutl'n ot the property remaining In titt
hands to the pemns thereto entitled and discharging
him from all fur her responsibility as such adminf
trs tor. It Is ordered, that I rlday, iie tistday of Mav
A. L , ton, at ten u clock .1 m before the fudge t
taid c urt at t"e Court Room of the ta'd Court flt
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, be end ihe s-ire herety Is
appointed as the time and place for hear.ng sail
petition and accounts, and that all persons Interested
may tVn an) there appear and show cause. It any
the) hav, wy the tame sVuId ntbe granted,
Honolulu, April ith, ton.
By the Court.
t8iilArr'l aa.so .Mayft.n Clerk
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. HRST CIRCUIT
Terrl oty of Hawaii, At clumbers, lo probate In
tht mattrr of the tt ate of 1.11a Luce, of Wj'ei
British lsle, deveased. On reading and till ig the
p.titlon and accounts of T. U Key on h, sole and
sur Wing execut r of the will of said Jereaied, there
in he asks th it t Is atco inl be cxarrlned and approved,
ad that a final or.'er be made of ditrlbutlon nf the
property rrma ning nhlthandt to the persons there
to ent tied, and dlkiliaralnr him from ail further re
sponslbi Ity as such eecut&r. It It ordered, that
1 ri aay, ire tisi jay 01 june, a it t,ot, eitenociiHK
am., at the Court Room rl the tall Court at Hono
Ijtu, Island of Oihu, be and the tame hereby Is'ap
toln'ed at the time and place lor hearing sal! pethlon
and accounts, and that al persona In ervktelmay then
inj iiwrc arccArana iiuwau.ii any uiry ii.vc, uy
th. tame should not be granted, and may present evl
dtnee a t uho art en I'ted to the said property,
Honolulu. April t, toi,
By the Court,
i8TAprll x), May 6.i).a Clerk
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FIRST CIRCUIT
Territory of Hiwilt. At ctumttri. In probitt. In
the matter of the ttit of Joa4u.n1 Ja Motta. Ia(t of
Honolulu, Oahu, deceawi. On rciiinjr an-t filing
Xtt rt I on ani account of the ajmlnlitrator ot the
et'ateof tilJ Jccta4, wherein he ak that lilt ae
coun'i te eaamlrei anj ap prove J, ani that a final
oiJer tt maJe ( Jluritutlon nf the r"rr'y remain
inn tn h'l hanii to the person tberrio ei.t tlJ. anj
.liuharRin. him from ail further reranIWIliv
u.h aimlnlitrator. It It oriereJ. that Irliay, the
th day ot June. A P. nof , at ten o'clock a ro . be
fretheJuite of tali Court at tl"e Couit Room of
the tali Court at Honolulu. Utani of Oihu, te at J
the tame hereby It afpulntei at the time ani place
for hearing tall fetition ani accounM, ani thai all
pertont Interetti may then ani there art ear ani
how cauv. It any they have, why the tame thouU
not be granteJ, ani may present tvlier.co at to why
art enthUi to the tali (ropt-r y
Honolulu, .fprlt to, i
Uy the Court
i8j-AprMtp, May6.n.j Clerk.
KAWAIAHAO LOTS FOR SALE
Notice of Sale of Real Estate at Auction
Notice Is hereby given, that In pursuance
of an order of the Honorable A. S. Hum
phreys, First Judge of the ClrcultCourt of
the First Circuit, at Chambers, made on
the 22nd day of April, lost, sitting as a
Court ol Equity In the matter of Alexand
er Matoho vs. William Malohoet al.blll
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 tby the said Circuit Court
of the First Circuit, said day of sale to be
not le'S than fourteen days from the date
of publication ot this notice In two news'
papes In Honolulu:
Now therefore, I will sell at public auc
in.i, a 12 o'clock M. at uiaukaentrenceto
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 Alexander
W. Maloho, lae of Koloa, Kauai, deceased,
The lots are situated on the proposed
extension of Hotel street, between LIIIuo
kalanl and Punchbowl streets, In Kawala
han, Honolulu, and more particularly des
cribed as follow:
Apanas I and .4 of L.C.A. No. 263 Issued
Apana 1 Beginning at the East corner
of John Anahu's Lot and running to and
until the angle at the West of the Lot of
Maelia, 51 fe:t; and from that corner run
ning to the North along Alaeha's Lot of
141 )j feet; anJ from that corner on run
ning West to the Lot of John Anahu yiH
feet; thence to the South along John Ana
hu's lot to the point of commencement 135
feet, containing an Area of about 692a
Apana 4 Beginning at the North comer
of this lot cr inakai side of anauwal, S.
8 55v E. true 81.0 feet from N. corner of
this award, and running by true bearings:
1. S. 0o 5s W. 15O.0 feet along lane;
thence 2. S. 25 20N E. 58.0 feet to fence;
thence j. N. fxoxE. in. 5 feet along
fence to makal side of stone wall; 4. N.
5' 35' W. 2.2 feet along stone wall; ?. N.
59" 45' E. 20.0 feetalong stone wall; 6. N.
10 o1 E. 26.2 ft along Government; 7
N. iSw 55 W 55.5 ft alone Government
to the Initial point, anJ containing an arei
of 9830 equate feet, more or le$.
'IEK AND CONDITIONS OF
SALE: Cash; goM coin of the United
States, ten per cent of the purchase price
to be paid to the auctioneer on the day ol
the sale, balance on, confirmation of sale
by salJ Circuit Court.
Deeds at expense of purchaser. For
further particulars aonlv to ihe underslen
ed, at Judiciary Building, Honolulu, April
NOTICE OP COMMISSIONER'S SALE
OP REAL ESTATE.
Notice Is hereby given by tbo uwta
signed, C. P. Qrlmwood, a commission
er duly appointed by the order ot the
Klrst Judgo of tho Circuit Court ot the
First Circuit, Territory ot Hawaii, sit
ting In Equity, duly given and made on
tho 12th day of November, A. D. 1900,
In a cause therein pending, wherein
Qcnevlevo Dowsctt, an Infant, by J. M.
Monsarrat, her guardan, Is plaintiff,
and Elizabeth J. Knight and Frederick
S. Knight, her husband; Ilowona N.
Turner and 1!. V. Turner, her husband,
and Marlon C. Dowsctt aro defendants,
which said causo Is brought for the
partition of certain lands and'prcmlscs
mora particularly described In pon
tiff's bill ot complaint, on fllo In said
cause, that said Commissioner will, on
Saturday, the ISth day of May, A. D.
1901, at tho hour of 12 o'clock m., at
tho auction salesrooms ot James
F. Morgan, C3 Queen Street,
In the City of Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, pursuant
to tho further order and decree ot said
Court duly given and made In Bald
cause on tho 19th day ot April, A. I).
1901, sell at public auction, to tho
highest and bcBt bidder for cash, all
of tho following described pieces and
parcels of land, to-wtt:
First: That certain piece or parcel
of land situated at Kuwill, on tho Iwl
lcl road, Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, and being tho same
premises described In ltoyal Patent
(Grant) Xo. 2T18 to James I. Dowsctt,
and that were cenvcyed to said Annlo
O. Dowsctt by tho said James I. Dow
sctt by deed dated November 25th,
180, and recorded In tho ofllco of tho
Hcglstrar ot Cocvcyances at Honolulu,
In said Territory ot Hawaii, In Liber
ill, on folios ISC and 187, and by tho
said Annlo O. Dowsctt devised1 to tho
parties plaintiff and defendant In said
cnusc, Genevieve Dowsctt, Elizabeth
J. Knight, formerly Ellznbeth J. Par
kei, rtowenn N. Turner and Marlon C.
Dowsctt, in equal shares as tenants In
common, by her last will and testa
ment, and described as follows:
Commencing at a point on the south
side of Inllcl Itoad, from which point
tho Government burvey Station Kawa
bears N. G2a 44' E. truo and distant
703.45 feet; thenco
22 IS' 1:. truo 247.C feet;
37o 40' E. truo 120.12 foot;
490 61' V. truo 93.72 feet;
lCo 01' W. truo 107.5 foot;
C. S. C5o CO' W.true 73.72 feet to
point of commencement, and contain
ing an area of 39-100 ot an aero
(17.032.C sq. ft.)
Second: That certain plcco or par
cel ot land situated at Moanalua, Ho
nolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory o
Hawaii, being tho same, premises de
scribed In Royal Fatcnt No. 43S (Land
Commission Award No. 1339) to Foo-
puu and that wero convoyed to tho
paid James I. Dowsctt by Kaala'al
(w) tho heir of Poopuu, by deed dated
October 29th, 1801, and recorded In
tho ofllco of tho said Registrar in
Liber 14, and folio 3S7, and by tho
snld JamcB I. Dowsctt conveyed to tho
said Annlo Q. Dowsett, nco ltagsdalo,
by deed dated November 25th, 1870,
and recorded In tho ofllco of tho snld
Regtstrnr In Liber 31 on folios 18C nnd
1S7, and by tho said Annlo Q. Dowsctt,
by her said last will and testament,
devised to tho parties plalntirr and de
fendant In said cause, tho said Gcno
vlcvo Dowsctt, Ellzaboth J. Knight,
formerly Elizabeth J. Parker, Rowcna
'. Turner and Marlon C. Dowsett, In
equal shares ub tenants In common,
and dcscrlbc'd ns follows:
Ileglnnlng at a cross cut on a rock
In a pllo ot stones on tho East bank
of creek, thenco South Co 43' East,
true, 101.80 feet along Konohlkl;
thenco North C5o 47' East, truo, 67.41
feet along Konohlkl; thenco South
00 13' East, truo, 25.10 feet along Ko
nohlkl to tho corner ot Konohlkl and
U C. A. 1795 then North 62o 17'
East, truo, 107.C0 feet aiong L. C. A.
1(95 to a cross cut on a rock; thenco
South C7 43' East, truo 13.20 feet;
thenco North C4 17' East, truo. 40.20
feet; North 19o 13' West 85.80 fcot
nlong Konohlkl to tho corner of L.
C. A. 2182; thenco South 87o 17' Wost,
truo, 99 feet nlong L. O. A. 2182 to tho
corner of Konohlkl nnd L. C..A. 2182;
thenco South 17o 43' East, truo, 29.70
feet nlong Konohlkl; thenco South 73
47' West, truo, 33.00 feet; thenco
North Clo 5' West, truo 17.80 feet
thenco South 77o 57' West, truo, CO
feet nlong Konohlkl to tho point t
beginning and containing an area ot
Third., That certain pleco or parcel
ot land situated at Moanalua, Hono
lulu, Island of Oahu, Tem.ory of Ha
waii, consisting of four taro patches
forming a portion of tho Konohlkl of
Moanalua that was devised to S. M.
Damon by Dernlco Fauahl Bishop by
her Inst will dated October 4th, 1831,
and admitted to probato In tho Su
preme Court on tho 2nd day ot De
cember, 1884, and conveyed by S. M.
Damon to Annlo Q. Dowsctt by deed
dated November 20th, 1889, of record
In I.lbcr 119, pago 281, and being tho
snmo pirmlaes -that were devised to
tho paitlos plaintiff and de'endant In
snld cause, tho said Ocnovlevo Dow
sctt, Ellznbeth J. Knight, formerly
Elizabeth J. 1'nikcr, Rowcna N. Tur
shaics ns tenants In common, by tho
said Annlo O, Dowsctt by her last will
nor and Marlon C. Dowsctt, In equal
nnd testament aforesaid, tho samo bo-
Ing described as follows:
Ileglnnlng at tho Southwest corner
01 this land which U also tho corner
common to U C. A. 80S, Apana 4, and
U C. A. 4533, Apana 2, thenco North
3o 27 West, true, C5.30 feet alone
sold h. C. A. 808, Apana 4, to corner
of Ij. C. A. 2SC0; thenco North 45 2Z'
Sort, irzi, 281 feet nlong said L. C.
A. 2SC0 to corner of Konohlkl; thence
South 39' 49' East, truo, 78.79 feet
along Konohlkl; thenco South 4$o 11'
West, truo, 90.C2 feet along KonohlU
nnd L. C. A. 4588, Apana 4; thenco
South 30 51' East, true, 95.70 feet
along L. C. A. 4588, Apana 4; thence
South CO' 20' West, true, 73.90 foot
along 1,. C. A. 3191; thenco Norm :0
OS' West, truo, 72.C0 feet nlong L. C.
A. 45S8, Apana 2; thenco South 48
11' West, true, 120 feet nlong U C. A
45SS, Apana 2, to point of beginning,
containing nn area of C0-100 acres.
Subject to a lease expiring Septem
ber 30th, 1902, at a yearly rental of
Fourth. Thoso certain pieces or
parcels of land situated In 111 of Kao
maunapopo, Walalua, Island of Molo
kai, In said Territory of Hawaii, being
Apana 1, Taro, containing an a ret
of ono (1) rood nnd twenty-eight (2S)
Apana 2, Taro, containing an arc
ot ono (1) rood and twenty-one (21)
Apnna 3, Kula, containing an a ret
of thrco (3) acres and being the sama
premises awarded to Nalmlhalc by
Land Commission Award No. 3337,
and that were convoyed to said Annie
O. Dowsctt by Hnona (w) by decJ
dated July 1st, 1879, and recorded In
tho ofllco of snld Registrar In Llbcr
58 on Folios-342 nnd 343, nnd by the
snld Annlo O. Dowsctt devised to the
parties plaintiff nnd defendant In sail
cnusc, tho Bald Ocno levo Dowsett.
Elizabeth J. Knight, formerly Eliza
beth J. Parker, Rowcna N. Turner and
Mnrlon C. Dowsctt, In equal shares as
tenants In common, by her said last
will and testament aforesaid.
Terms of snlo: cash, deed at ex
pense nf purchaser and said sale to be
mado subject to confirmation by said
Court. Dated, Honolulu, April 24tb,
CHAS. P. ORIMWOOD.
JAMES. F. MORGAN,
W. AUSTIN WHITING,
W. J. HOIIINSON,
Attorneys for plaintiff.
PAUL NEUMANW, ROBERTSON fe
WILDER nnd ATKINSON & JUDD.
Attorneys for defendants.
NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE
OP BUILDINGS, ETC.
Notlco Is hereby given by tho un
dersigned, C. P. Grlmwood, a commis
sioner duly nppolntcd by t,io order l
tho First Judgo of tho Circuit Court
of tho First Circuit, Territory of Ilt
wnll, sitting In Equity, duly given and
mndo on tho 12th day ot November,
A. I). 1900, In n causo liicrcln ponding
wherein Gcnevlovo Dowsett, an Infant
by J. M. Mnnsarrnt, her guardian, is
plaintiff, nnd Mnrlon C. Dowsctt. and
Howena N. Turner, nnd 11. V. Turner
her husband, nro defendants, which,
said action Is brought for tho parti
tion of ccrtnln lands nnd premises,
known ns the Dowsctt Homestead, sit
uated at Kapalama, Honolulu Island
of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, morn
particularly described In plalhtlfT
bill of complaint on fllo In snld cause,
that said commissioner will on SAT
URDAY, tho 11th day of May, A. a
1901, nt tho hour of 12 o'clock, m., ot
Dowsctt Homestead premises, corner
of King Street and Dowsett Lane, Pi
Innin, Honolulu, Island ot Oahu, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, pursuant to tho fur
ther order nnd docrco of said Court
duly given nnd mndo In said causo oti
tho 19th day of April, A. D. 1501, sell
at public auction to" tho highest anl
best bidder for cash, all of tho build
ings nnd Improvements situated upon
said premises, consisting ot tho fol
2. Cottages 1 nnd 2.
3. Cottngo No. 3. " '
4. Cottngo No. 4.
5. Outhouses and cottage.
C. Rented cottngo.
Also, tiles nnd stono for sidewalks.
Terms of Balo; cash.
All buildings nnd Improvements to
bo removed by purebnsor within twen
ty (20) days after salo, unlcsi time
for removal bo extended by order' of
Court. Instruments ot sale at cx
penso of purchnscr.
Dated, Honolulu. April 24th. 190L
CHAS. P. ORIMWOOD,
JAMES F. MORGAN.
W. Austin Whiting nnd W. J. Robin
son, Attorneys for plaintiff.
Paul Neumann nnd Robertson t
Wilder, Attorneys for defendants.
DR W.J G4LBRAITH WILL TAKE
charge of my practice during mv absence.
UP. F. L. MINER.
On and after May 1, 1001, Dr. W. J.
Galbralth will occupy the office and re?l
dence of Dr. F. L. Miner, corner of Bete
tanla and Union streets. iS2)-rr
THE THIRD AND LAST ASSESS-
memt of 25 percent (ti 50 per share) on
the capital stock of the HONOLULU
STOCK YARDS CO., LTD., will be due
and payable at the company's office on
June 1st, and will become delinquent July
L. DE L. WARD,
Honolulu, April 30. iqoi. i8;o-2w
Notice to Customers.
The undersigned grocers would give
notice to their custenners and the public In
general that on and after this date month
ly settlements will be strictly InsUted
All goods purchased In one mcnlh must
he paid for before he last day of the suc
ceeding month wllhout exception.
LEWIS ,V CO.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
Frank li. Auerbacli, Manager.
SALTER .V WAITY.
ESTATE OF J. HUfCHINS.
F. L. Waldron, AJm.
Honolulu, T. H., April 18, 1901, its-iv
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