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EVENING1 DULLETINi HONOLULU, H. T., TUESDAY. MAT 14. 1901f
, ! 1
Oceanic. Steamship Company.
n steamers ol this Una will anlie and leare this port m hereunder:
FROM SAN FRAtfci8CO.
MARIPOSA May 25
SONOMA June 4
In connection with the Mlllng ot the abore steamers the agent are pre
pared to liiue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all point In the United States, and from New
fork by any steamship tine to all European port.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. 0. Irwin & Co., Limited,
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 8. i. CO.
' Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
St.aintra of th abovt companl.a
irava mis port on or afoul
For Japan and China:
PERU MAY 18
COPTIC MAY 28
AMERICA MARU JUNE 5
PEKING JUNE 13
GAELIC JUNE 21
HONGKONG MARU" JUNE 29
CHINA JULY C
DORIC JULY 10
NIPPON MARU JULY 24
PERU AUG. 1
For general Information apply to P. M. S. S. Co.
H. HACKFIBLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
GaDadian -Australian Royal Hail Steamship Company.
riuiain of Abort Hit. ratal c coukIIoa wltfc th CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
Htai VucoaTcr, B. C, tad S-y. N. S.W., od cilllcr at Victoria, D. C, Hoiolvlttt Brlifeait
DUE AT HONOLULU m laftoiil I itatM Mow tUI4 Tin
FROM VHCuUVIR AND !:..
Aorangl . My t
Moana, ,, lint
M lower a .rt ,..liy
JmVoatb Ichttt ttot4 froa Hoawloln IsCta.
riHip ai Mrai iDiorBauosB, MP7
Thco. H. Da vies &
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
S. S CAL1FORNIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail In April
. S OREGONIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail two weeks later.
" S"S-AMERICAN, 6,6co tons, to sail
S. S. HAWAIIAN, '6,000 tons, to sail -
Freight received at company's wharf. 4d Street, South Brooklln, at all times.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. M0R8B,
General Freight Agent. H. H ACK FELD & 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.
P man Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
Snup and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Kecllnlnz Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
lit Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. I Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX.G.P. & T. A.,
I4J2 Omaha. Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Go.
1 rom and After January 1, 18M.
S. 811s. 1ellT
Jh fVm&shiBu. B
F. C. Bmith, Gen'l
Pass. fc Ticket
O. P. Dbnisok. Hnpeirlntendnnt
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS
dcnenl Usntgei ol
Tb Iqutiblt Lifa AuaDU 8oci
II' tho TJnltsd BUtcs loe tn Hsi-sUs
UffUii lUrth-vot SMMt. Brr
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
SONOMA Mar 14
MARIPOSA Mar 29
VENTURA i........June 4
will call at Honolulu anj
tna datea ptiow nttttioaaj,
For San Francltso:
PEKING MAY 21
GAELIC .' MAY 28
HONGKONG MARU JUNE 7
CHINA JUNE 15
DORIC JUNE 22
NIPPON MARU JULY 2
PERU JULY 9
COPTIC JULY 19
AMERICA MARU JULY 26
PEKING AUG. 3
QAEL1C AUG. 13
UM SYDNBY AND BRISBANI
fcor Victoria ulVaaconrtr (B.C.):
Must .. May 8
Muni July )
M'owtra Aujutt 8
33 Barttt. Ftf t-rlrt at!
Co., Ltd.. GenM Aftcnts.
Hoes of Travel.
Street Railway Time Table,
KING STKEET USE,
Car. leavt Waiklkl (01 loon al s J. 6 i j. 6J A.M.
and every is minute thereafter Hit 10 at. n;u and
li'., I M. from Waiklkl irnlnthfl I'unahuu StaMei.
Cart leave R Range or Pawaa tltcb lor town at
S.31A M. and every i. minutes thereafter till ii.oil.M.
l.aralfae r-ort and King atrerta corner lor Halama
at 6:10 a.m. and every is minutes after till 11. at
Cart leave for Palama onlv at and t.to A M.
iar leave ra'ama lor vvaiKiKl s 4) a anj every
l minutes till o .. P.H . then at 10:11 and to.tp.H.
The trie P.M. from Palama lor I'unahou only ffoel
to Waiklkl on Saturday!.
cart leave l-ort and King streets corner lot Kllle
Ranee at 5 ao and vyi A.M.
uars leave 1 on anj King streeis corner ror waiklkl
at ft e A.M. and eveiyij minutes tlllioo,lM then at
10:11 and 11:1$ p.m. The it;j P.M. Eoes to Waiklkl
11 ana 11:) r.n
llERETANIA STKEET AND NUUANU VALLEY,
Cart leave Punahou Stable lor Timn at i to and
for Town anj Valley at j 40 5 so b.to 6 10 6 40 1 and
7 JO A.M.
Cara leave OihJ Collect for town anj Valley at
61 jo 6 jo anj t'io A.M and ever) 10 mlnutea till 10,10
p.M.exccrtineeven Hour ana nan, Hour cara vvnicn
run Irotn the StaMe,
Cara leavt Nuuanu Valley at6'to 6:)o 6 jo A.vt anj
every 19 mlnutea therealter till 10 jo I'.vt
Cara leave Tort and Queen atreeta lor Punahou
College at 6 os 6.1) 6 4) A M and every 10 mlnutea
after till o4l CM. Alter tliat the cara run 1.1 the
StaMe up to it'sol'.M.which la the last car from Tuvvn,
teaching the Stable at into l vt.
ON CALL ALL NIGHT.
AUTOMOBILE CO., LTD.
Coupon Books Sold. Special Rates
made for "Automobile Parties."
NOTE Drivers are not allowed to make
any rates except thou furnished by the
company. Ask driver to see rate sheet.
In case of dispute as to fare, ray driver
amount claimed, take rebate slip and call
at office. We will gladly adjust any dlf
feience. Office on Klnc St., near Judiciary Bid.
LOUIS T GRANT Manager.
Set off 5 map, $2.00
CO CENTS EACH
On sale at office ot . . .
THE . . .
Subscribers to tbe BUL
LETIN not receiving tiwr pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying tbe Busi
ness cMce. Telephone vfi
Fine Job Printing at
Instruments filed for record
May M. 1001.
First Party Second Party
Kekumano et al A Kaaua
Chlng Wal Chong Tom Mon
I E Ray Hllo R R Co
C S Deskv G T Kluegel
G T Kluegel and wife C S Desly
J Radln G D nee Boo'li
G A Brown and hus J Brown Mtg
P Kekoa J A Paaklkl D
B G Allen J W Manning- D
Instruments filed for record May 14, 1901,
First Part Second Party Class
G V Jaklns
First Bank of Hllo Ltd A M
C W Booth D
K 1. rj
" " " Ad Chg
' J A McCandless D
Yee Shlng Wal Co B S
Yee Shine Wal Co
H A Heen Mtg
U H Davis
HEW Wight D
HEW Wight & hus A L Louis
S 111 Hawrn Realty & Maturity
Co Ltd M
G H Pals
RECORDED APRIL 30, loot.
C F Newman t L Kahlbaum, P A, Apr
26, 1001; general powers. Book 224, page
L Conradt to L Kahlbaum, P A, Apr 19,
1901; general powers. Book 214. page 69.
D Kawananakoa to V O Teixelra, L.
Apr 24, 1901; por apana 26, R P 7799, kui
9971, corner Emma A Vineyard streets,
Honolulu, Oahu. 15 yrskt $200 per an.
Book 2t8, page2S5
RECORDED MAY 1, loot.
J M Monsarrat to A S Parke M, Apr 29,
loci; grants 2170. 2418, 1954, Kalalau,
Napall, Kauai, f 230, 1 yr at 10 per cent.
Book 221, page 329.
Wong Lai w) to L Akana, A M, Apr
1901; Mtg Tarn Yut Wa t al on leasehold
Hotel & smith streets, Honolulu, Oahu.
Jl4i7.7- Book 179, page 40.
Waa Lee to Lau Tong, A L. lease
hold King & Kekau Ike streets, IJonolulu,
Oahu. I400. Book 219, pege 29)
W C Roe & wife to J A Magoon, M,
May 1, 1901; 2pnrsof apana;, kut 2083,
Kafia, Honolulu, O.hu. 52750, 2yrsat
9 per cent. Book 221, page 331.
RECORDED MAY 2, 1901.
Kin Lun Kee & hus to 1 Ing Hlng. D,
May 2, 190IJ por R P S7l S. Pauoa, Hono
lulu, Oahu. J3500. Book 223, page 130.
Mrs K Akara to J W Kelllkna. D, Jan
10, 1900; por R P 7387, kul 7738, Keauhou
kal, .N Kcna,
4o. Book 223,
H C Meyers to Miss E Taylor, D, May"
1,1901; por lot 4, diock a or grant 3305,
Kalllil, Honolulu, Oahu. 590. Book 22),
Farm Cor.in to A Cockburn, M, May
1, 1001; por R P 194$. near I'uniliou; por
R P 177, Kapaakea, Honolulu, Oahu.
5100), 2 yrs at 8 per cent. Book 221, page
RECORDED MAY 3, 1901.
F Lelaloha and wf to E P Alkue, D, Apr
1;, 1001; Int. In Hul Land Waikane, Koo
laupoko, Oahu. 1 500. Book 222, page 229.
C Wlnam etal to N M Scott, D, Apr 26.
1901; lots 5,0,7,8,9,10,11,12,15.10,
17. 18, 19. block 5U1 lots 1, 2, 2i. 24. bl'k
OB, Kapahulu, Honolulu, Oahu. 5850.
hook 223, page 132.
PUTT AND THE
New York, April 16. Senator Or
rllle Piatt of Connecticut, author of
what Is ltnonn ns tho "Piatt amend
ment" relating to Cuba, Is nt tho Mur
ray Hill Hotl. In an Interview last
night he said:
"The real -(.t.nce of tho proposltlonn
ot this Government Is that the Cubans
recognlre the right of tho United
States to maintain tho Independence
of Cuba nnd the ttablllty of Its govern
ment. That right, once being recogniz
ed by the Cuban Constitution, there
will be no trouble about tho enforce
ment. All will bo plain sailing.
"Tho property owners and tho con
servative (Inks-, in Cuba almost unnnl
mously desire the protection of this
Government: those opposed to It do
not count far much.
"Most of the people in thJs country
do not understand tho real feeling In
Cuba. The news reports from Havana
have ben v.ry conflicting. They are
almost r.K untruttworthy as the dls
patches from China last year about the
"A few dayc ago the Piatt amend
ment wns reported defeated In tho
Cuban i ons'.ltutlonal convention by a
voto of 24 to I A little later tho vote
was glen ns 18 to 10. As a mattor
of fact, final n-tlon has not been taken.
"In reality little Interest Is mani
fested In Cuta In the convention. Many
people thre have not oven heard of
It. The propi rty owners took very lit
tle Interest !n tbe election of delegates,
belfevlng thfit in nny ovent the Amerl
can Goernment would protect them
nnd their property. No Interest was
shown by tbe large colored population
In the convention. Many of tho dole
gates have no Interests at stake, bill
want id figure as patrlnM. Somo of the
member are old revolutionists, offlceis
In the Insurgent army and lawjerj,
while some r.ri mere adventurers. Sornx
of them seem to think that, the Spanish
yoke 1-i.vlng bcn thrown off, they
ought to roin In and tak) possession.
"Vet nr.e-thnd of tho members of
tho ronv.ntluu nro friendly to the
I'nlted States nnd appreciate what we
lme done and what wo intend to da
for Cuba: another third Is hostile to
America and tho balance aro Indlffcr
ent. It Is the 'member of tho hostile
element who are making nil tho nolsj
and attempting to create a belief thi-.l
Cubans do not want this government.
They' are mUropresentlng tho fact
Tho two motit Important elements u.
the Cubans the property owners and
the working men heartily favor tho
proptwaU of tho United Stutes and rely
on the continued nsslntnnco of our
"In the (ourso of time all Cubans
will nccepi the otortures of tho Ameri
can Government In letter nnd nylrt.
unefs the agitators convlnco tha fcii
nle we are oppressing them, something
I be!iee they will not succeed In do-Int."
Realty and Maturity Go.
.. FULLY PAID.
We buy, sell and deal In all kinds of
Real Estite, Leases, Mortgage, Bonds.
Etc. Loans negotiated, and all kinds of
Lezil Documents drawn at short notice bv
skilled persons. Notary work solicited.
Our esoeclal feature Is the Issuance of a
f 70) Investment Certificate, which bears
Interest from tne date issued, this of Itself
Is sufficient, when well undetstood to
giurantee that our company Is, and will
be popular. Call for particulars and In
formation. OFFICE, 32 KINGST.
PHONE, MAIN 141.
P. O. BOX. 2G2
CHAMBERLAIN A FACTOR
London, April 25. Tho dato of Ixird
Salisbury's return to London from tho
Riviera Is still problematical nnd tin
rumors of Cabinet trnubla over th
budget arc assuming greater consist
oncy In tho lobbies of Parliament. Ac,
cording to the Dally Mali, tho framing
of tho budget revealed consltleraulo
dissension. Chamberlain, the Colonial
Secretary, wanted the, vhole cost of the
war raised on the credit of the South
African colonics nnd had schemes of
his own for providing the Interest on
tho loan and the Increase of normal
To these schemed, however, with tho
exception of the coal duty, Sir Michael
Hlcks-Deneh turned a deaf car, and on
being pressed he offered to resign.
Chamberlain, nccordlng to the Dally
Mall favored tho resignation, hut Ird
Salisbury and Balfour strongly opposed
Now it Is said that although at first
Sir Michael Hicks-Beach did not advo
cate a coal tax, he now declines to
drop It, thinking his reputation would
suffer now that ho Is committed to It,
Ho has, however, ngre'.-d to give a care
ful consideration to the altcrnnlve pro
posal to substitute an ad valorem duty
on n basis of 8 pence or 9 pence on In
ferior coal, rising to 18 pence on tho
best Welsh conl. While this would
mollify tho Northern colliery owners.
It would Intensify tho opposition from
Wales, nnd the belief prevails that the
upshot will be cither- the abandonment
of the tax nltogcther or tho resigna
tion of the Ministry.
Chamberlain Ih credited with urging
tho latter course, with the dntiblo ob
ject of getting rid of Sir Michael Hicks
Tleach, whoso plain speaking regarding
the deploinblc financial consequences
of the war offends him, and of prov-
Inn to tho country that thcro Is no
alternative government, ns tho oppo
Mtlon would under tho existing condl
tlons, decline tho task of forming n
Cabinet. According to lobby gossip,
this expedient would pull the Con
servative party together nnd kill tho
opposition within Its ranks to tho ne
cessary financial expedients.
MOVEMENTS OF STBAMEUS.
Steamers due and to sail for tho next
thirty days aro as follows:
Steamers. From. Due.
Sierra S. F May 14
Sonoma Colonies May 14
Peru S. F,. May 18
City of Peking Yokohama .. May 21
Mariposa S. F. May 25
Gaelic Yokohama May 28
Coptic S. F May 28
Sonoma S. FV Juno 4
Ventura Colonics June 4
America Maru S. F. Juno E
MUnvern Colonics Juno 5
Hongkong Maru Yokohama Juno 7
Moana Victoria Juno 8
City of Peking S. F. Juno 13
Mariposa S. F. Juno 15
China Yokohama Juno 15
Gaelic S. F Juno 21
Doric Yokohama Juno 22
Ventura S. F. Juno 25
Sierra Colonics Juno 23
Hongkong Maru S. F. Juno 29
Steamers. For. Due.
Sierra Colonics May 14
Sonoma S. F. May 14
Pent Yokohama May 18
City of Peking S. F May 21
Oacllc-S. F. May 28
Coptic Yokohama May 28
Mariposa S. F. -May 20
Sonomn Colonics '. .. Juno 4
Ventura S. F. Juno 4
America Maru oYkohama . . Juno 5
Mlowera Victoria Juno 5
Hongkong Maru S. F. Juno 7
Moana Colonies ,. Juno 8
City of Peking Yokohama . Juno 13
China S. F Juno lb
Mariposa S. r Juno 19
Gaelic Yokohama Juno 21
Doric S. F .t Juno 22
Ventura Colonics .'....' Juno 25
Slorrn-S. F . Juno 25
Hongkong Maru Yokohama Juno 29
N. It. A United States Army trans
port may bo expected from San Fran
cisco on thO 9th nnd 21th of each
month, en routo to Manila.
To those who appreciate liei
skill in portraiture, the return
of Mis Caroline Haskins to
Honolulu will be welcome.
She has not wasted her time
while away, and will come
prepared to give h r patrons
the benefit ot the latest idejs.
Her headquarters will be at
120 Hotel St.
a . m
Tho Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
Notice to Creditors.
Tht unJmtiznel hereby rlvei not'et fo ill persons
hivti (j cUlnn agalntt Ih cttitt of Klmokto Kawaha
tk) iectaseJ, to present thesjrre to the unJerstgneJ
or to Henry Smith, Ju.llc.ary Uultilni?, within ilx
months from J ate, otherwise they shall te lot ever
birred. Ani ail perions owlnr the JeceaseJ are re
questei to nwke irnmeilat,settlemert of the same
wIMtheunJefitftnei atthtom-eofsali Henry Smith
Aimlnlstritr x of tali estate.
Honolulu, April 16, toot
Estate of Beta Myhre. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Allcreiltorsof Beta Myhre, Jeceasei, art hereby
notified to present their claims, duly authenticate!,
ani with tht rrorer vouchers. If anv exist. een if the
claim Is secure J by mortgage upon real estate. U me
ai my rtiience at nunmniuii, isianj or wnu, wumn
six months from the date ot this notice. If such
claims be not preenteJ within six months from tht
aiicb! mis nonet incy snau re rorever rarrej.
Honoullull, Oahu, April t, toot,
CARL O. MYHRE.
AJmlnlsttator of the estate of beta Myhre.
deceased iti8Aptll io'Vumi
NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE
OP REAL ESTATE.
Notice Is hereby given by the undar
signed, C. P. Grlmwood, a commission
er duly appointed by the order ot the
First Judge ot tho Circuit Court ot tbe
First Circuit, Territory ot Hawaii, sit
ting In Equity, duly given and made on
tho 12th day ot November, A. D. 1900,
In a cause therein pending, wherein
Genovlevo Dowsctt, an Infant, by J. M.
Monsarrat, her guardian, Is plaintiff,
and Elizabeth J, Knight and Frederick
S. Knight, her husband; Rowena N.
Tumor nnd H. V. Turner, her husband,
and Marlon C. Dowsctt are defendants,
which said cause Is brought for tho
partition ot certain lands and premises
more particularly described In p'aln
tliT's bill of complaint, on file In said
cause, that said Commissioner will, on
Saturday, the ISth day of May, A. D.
1901, at the hour ot 12 o'clock m at
tho auction salesrooms of James
F. Morgan, 63 Queen Street,
In tho City of Honolulu, Island
ot Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, pursuant
to tho further order and decree ot said
Court duly given and made In said
causo on tho 19th day of April, A. D.
1901, sell at public auction, to tbe
highest and best bidder for cash, all
of tho following described pieces and
parcels of land, to-wit:
First: That certain piece or parcel
of land Bltuatcd at Kuwlll, on tho Iwl
let road, Honolulu, Island ot Oahu, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, and being tho same
premises described In Royal Patent
(Grant) No. 2718 to James I. Dowsett,
and that were cenvcyed to said Annie
it. Dowsctt by tbe said James I. Dow
sctt by deed dated November 25th,
1870, and recorded In the office ot the
Registrar ot Conveyances at Honolulu,
In said Territory ot Hawaii, In Liber
31, on folios ISC and S7, and by the
snld Annie G. Dowsett devised to the
parties plaintiff and defendant In said
cause, Genovlevo Dowsett, Elizabeth
J. Knight, formerly Elizabeth J. Par
ker, Rowena N. Turner and Marlon C.
Dowsott, 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 Iwllel Road, from which point
tho Government burvey Station Kawa
bears N. C2 44' E. true and distant
70.45 feet; thence
1. 8. 22o 18' E. true 247.5 feet;
49' E. true 120.12 feet;
3. N. 49o 6i w
true 93.72 feet:
4. N. IGo 01' W. true 107.5 feet;
5. S. 05 a 50' W. true 73.72 feet to
point of commencement, and contain
ing an area ot 39-100 ot an acre
(17.032.6 sq. ft.)
Second: That certain piece or par
cel of land situated at Moanalua, Ho
nolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory o
Hawaii, being the samo premises de
scribed In Royal Patent No. 435 (Land
Commission Award No. 1339) to Poo-
pun and that wero conveyed to tho
raid James I. Dowsett by Kailakal
(w) the heir ot Poopuivby deed dated
October 29th,- 1861, and recorded In
tho ofllco of tho said Registrar In
Liber 14, and folio 357, and by the
Bald James I. Dowsctt convoyed to the
said Annie G. Dowsott, neo ltagsdale,
by doed dated November 25th, 1870,
and recorded In the office of the said
Registrar In Liber 31 on folios 186 and
187, and by tho said Annie G. Dowsott,
by bcr said last will and testament,
dovlscd to tho pr.rtlcs plalntttf and de
fendant In Bald causo, tho said Gene
vlovo Dowsett, Elizabeth J. Knight,
formerly Elizabeth J. Parker, Rowena
N. Tumor and Marlon C. Dowsctt, In
equal shares as tenants In common,
and described as follows:
cglnnlng at a cross cut on a rock
In a plto of stones on tho East bank
of creek, thence South Co 43'' East,
truo, 104.80 feet along Konohlkl;
thenco North C5 47' East, true, 67.41
feet along Konohlkl; thence South
50o 13' East, true, 26.10 feet along Ko
nohlkl to tho corner of Konohlkl and
L. C. A. 1795 then North C2o 17'
East, truo, 107.60 feet atong L. C. A.
1795 to a cross cut on a rock; thenco
8outh C7 43' East, truo 13.20 foot;
th'cnco North 64 17' East, true. 46.20
feet: North 19 13' WeBt 85.80 foot
along Konohlkl to tho corner of la.
C. A. 2182; thonco South 87o 17' West,
truo, 99 feet along h. C. A. 2182 to tho
corner ot Konohlkl and L. C. A. 2182;
thenco South 17 43' East, true, 29.70
feet along Konohlkl; thonco South 73
47' West, truo, 33.00 feet; thenco
North lo 23' West, truo 17.80 fcot:
thonco South 77 57' West, true. 66
feet along Konohlkl to tho point '.f
beginning and containing an area ?f
Third. That certain pleco or parcel
of land situated nt Moanalua, Hono
lulu, Island of Oahu, Tcrr..ory ot Ha
waii, consisting of four taro patches
forming a poitlon of tho Konohlkl of
Mcnnnlua that was devised to S, M,
Damon by llcrnlco Pnuahl Ulshop by
ho- Inst will dated October 4th, 183 1,
and ndmlttcd to probato In tho Hu
prcmo Court on tho 2nd day of De
cember, 1881, and convoyed by S. M.
Damon to Annie G. Don sett by deed
dated November 20th, 1889, of record
In Llhcr 119, page 281, and being tho
samo premises that woro devised to
tho parties plaintiff and de'endant In
Bald cause, tho said Gcnorlovo Dow
sett, Elizabeth J, Knight, formerly
Elizabeth J. Parker, Rowena N. Tur
Bhares as tenants In common, by the
said Annie O. Dowsett by her last will
ncr and Marlon C. Dowsctt, In equal
and testament aforesaid, the same be
ing described ns follows:
Beginning at the Southwest corner
oi this land which Is also the corner
common to L. O. A. 868, Apana 4, ami
L. C. A. 4588, Apana 2, thence North
3o 37' West, true, 65.30 feet along
said la, O. A. 868, Apana 4, to corner
of la. O. A. 2560; thenco North 45a 25'
East, tree, 281 feet along said L. C.
A. 2860 to corner of Konohlkl; thence
South 39o 49' East, true, 78.79 feet
along Konohlkl; thence South 48 o if
West, true, 90.C2 feet along Konohlkl
and L. C. A. 4588, Apana 4; thence)
South 36o sir East, true, 95.70 feet
along L. C. A. 4588, Apana 4; thence
South 660 26' West, true. 73.90 feet
along L. C. A. 3191; thence Nona it
08' West, true, 72.60 feet along L. C.
A. 4583, Apana 2; thence South 48
11' West, true, 120 feet along L. C. A.
4688, Apana 2, to point of beginning,
containing an area ot 60-100 acres.
Subject to a lease expiring Septem
ber 30th, 1902, at a yearly rental of
Fourth. Those certain pieces or
parcels of land Bltuatcd In 111 of Kau
maunapopo, Walalua, Island of Molo
kal, In said Territory of Hawaii, being
Apana 1, Taro, containing an area
of one (1) rood and twenty-eight (28)
Apana 2, Taro, containing an are
of one (1) rood and twenty-one (21)
Apana 3, Kula. containing an area
of thrco (3) acres and being the same
premises awarded to Nalmlhalc by
Land Commission Award No. 3897.
and that were conVcycd to said Annla
O. Dowsett by Haona (w) by deed
dated July 1st, 1879, and recorded In
the ofllco of said Registrar In Liber
68 on Folios 342 and 343, and by the
said Annlo O. Dowsett devised to the
parties plaintiff and defendant In said
cause, tho said Genu lovo Dowsctt,
Elizabeth J. Knight, formerly Eliza
beth J. Parker, Rowena N, Turner and
Marlon C. Dowsett, In equal shares aa
tenants In common, by her said last
will and testament aforesaid.
Terms of sale: cash, deed at ex
pense of purchaser and said sate to be
made subject to confirmation by said
Court Dated, Honolulu, April 24th,
CHAS. P. GRIMWOOD, '
JAMES. F. MOROAN,
W. AUSTIN WHITING,
W. J. RODINSO.V,
Attorneys for .plaintiff.
PAUL NEUMANN. ROBERTSON
WILDER and ATKINSON & JUDD,
Attorneys for defendants.
Dissolution of Copartnership;
Notice Is hereby given that B. Guerrero
and J. Richards, doing business under the
firm name of Guerrero and Richards, tiavt
on this date, bv mutual consent, dissolved
partnership. The business will bs contin
ued by B. Guerrero.
Honolulu. May ti. toot. i88-iw
THE THIRD AND LAST ASSESS
memt of 25 percent (ti 50 per share) oe
the capital stock of the HONOLULU
STOCK YARDS CO.. LTD., will be dvc
and payable at the company's office on
June tst, and will become delinquent July
t, loot. .
L. DE L. WARD,
Honolulu, April 30. loot. i8;3ur
McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd.
Notice Is herety Riven that the eleventh
assessment of ten (10) percent i cooer
share), levied on the assessable stock f
the McHryde Pugar Co., Ltd., is due or.
June 1st., loot, and will be deliiv)u:tt.
0.1 June 1 5th, loot.
siocKnowcrs will please maxe promt!
Eayment at the office of Messrs Triei. li.
)avies & Co., Ltd.
F. M. SWANZY,
Treasurer, McHryde Sugar Co.. Lrl.
Honolulu, May 13 h, igou iSjg-of
We hereby ben to notify our customers,
and the public centrally, that hereafter we
shall Insist on regular monthly settlements
of all accounts owing us.
Any account remaining unpaid after the
l.nt day of the month following Its con
traction, will be closed, and stups Uko.
for its immediate collection '
METROPOLITAN MEAT Co , LTD
G. J. WALLER, Manages.
HONOLULU MARKET CO., LTD.
iHntf D.H.DAVIS, Manager.
Notice to Customers.
The underslgnej grocers would tht.
notice to their customers and the public (r.
general that on and a'ter this date mnntfc
ly settlements will be strictly IrwMaS
All goods purchased in one month must
r paid for before 'he last day of (he suc
ceeding month wlihout exception.
1.EWIS & CO.
HENRY MAY & CO.. LTD.
Frank B. Auerbach, Matuwc
SALTER & WAITY.
ESTATE OF J. HUTCHINS.
F. L. Waldron, Adar.
Honolu'u. T. H.i April 18. iqoi. if-ra:
Stockholders' Meeting, Honolnlt
Investment Co. Ltd.
Notice 1 hereby given that a special,
meeting of the itocldnldersof the Hon
lulu Investment Co., Ltd., will be held &
the company's oltice, JuJJ Uulldlng, fr.
Honolulu, on SATURDAY. MAY iSth. loot,
at 2:10 p.m., for the purpose of voting on '
certain amendments of the by-laws bkt
posed at tlie last stockholders' meeting,
and the trjnsactl g ol such other buslrc-r.
as may come before the meeting.
THIS PAPER 'IW&g&i:
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