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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T.. THURSDAY. MAY 16. 1901.
Oceanic Steamship Company.
n itMtnen of this line will arrive and leave this port aa hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
SIERRA May 18
MARIPOSA May 25
SONOMA June 4
In connection with the falling ot the above steamers the at enta are pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through ticket by any rail
wad from San Francisco to all point In the United State, and from New
Cork by any steamship line to all European port.
TOR rfillTHBR PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm, . Irwin & Co., Limited,
), . GENERAL AQKNT3 OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
"""pftife Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaish'a
Staamert ot Ihi above eompanltt will latl at HonotiiJu anJ
lavt this port on or about
For Japan and China: .
PERU ... MAY 18
COPTIC MAY 28
AMERICA MARU JUNE E
PEKING. JUNE 13
GAELIC JUNE 21
HONGKONO MARU JUNE 29
CHINA JULY fi
DORIC JULY 10
NIPPON MARU JULY 21
PERU AUG. 1
For general Information apply to P. M. S. S. Co.
H. HACKFIBLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian -Australian Royal lail Steamship Company.
WStMawa .1 tai abort Ma., mulir la coaoKtloa wRa la CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO
until Vaat.OTtf. B C.tnl S'Mr, N. S. W., Millet it Victoria, B. C, Hoaolalaiia Bilabial
" OCB AT HONOLIXV t IlkMll MUIM btl.witiM Tit I
ROM VANCOUVER AND .i:".l
ti l.libtnt talSylotri
Aofinil Vlly 1
aVTkfoaf h Ichtla latnti flroa Hoaolota to Cjjbm
rittag. ii nam iBiomauiw, .ppiy ia
Thco. H.DavlcgfrCo.,Ltd., GenM Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
. S OREGONIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about May 25.
S S AVtbRICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about June 15.
b.S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, td"sall '.
Freight received at company's wharf. 42d Street, South Brooklln, 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.
v FOUR DAYS to New York.
P ' 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,
115 Third street. Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery bt., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Co.
V MU PI Ik1 L'l iTyh
I rom and Alter January 1, 1849.
TATIONS. Dill? Dillr
(Oiwua) ai.Sai itllr ti Sua Dalljr Dallv
AM AM AM PM PM
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ail City..., la t 11 to ill ill
twaMIII 9 3 tool 11.00 401 tin
Witaaia iojn ... 4 ts ....
Walalul 11 S I to ....
Cabjku nit .... Iilf (
llaawt) M Stt) Dtlly Dallf Dill
AM. AM. PM. PM.
(IBM .... 11)1 .... ill
Wililoi 6 11 .... a.sa
WlllUt fill .... JJJ
I'lMIII !H Till ins tit
111 City ll liol II ll
moIiIb 6 In io lit
F. C. Smith, Gen'l Fas. A Tloket
G, P. Dmnisow, Hnrwrlntflndnnt
Wilder's Steamship 'Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS
(idaeml Manager ol
Tfc RquUbla Life Auntinc 8ocU
() lh. Tlulted btateafot tb IUUt
D111011 IbrobMtt itiMl, Ui r
, FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
SONOMA May 14
MARIPOSA May 29
VENTURA June 4
tni datet Nlow- nttnioneJ,
For San Francisco:
PEKING ..I. MAY 21
GAELIC MAY 28
HONGKONO MARU JUNE 7
CHINA JUNE 15
DORIC JUNE 22
NIPPON MARU Jl?LY 2
PERU JULY 9
COPTIC IULY 19
AMERICA MARU Jl'LY 211
PUKING AL'Oi 3
GAELIC AUG. 13
OM SYDNEY AND BWSBAN1
at Vktttll tea Viacoavu (B. C ).
M)ai May 8
ttmt Jul i
M)tnt .... July )
M'owiri . August 18
aa teropa Fot Frilffet tal
Lines of Travel.
YOU CAN DO IT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Island of the group ecept Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE IS 68.
Honolulu Office, Magoon Block.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for jour message
Street Railway Time Table.,
KISCi STMLLT USE ,
Car Uave Walklkl for town t , ji 611 6 4t A m
and every n inlnutf it ?rtiief it I 1041 iik ani
tijt I'M (rnm Wa klkl t;o in tht I'Lnahou bfatles
Cir Irave K (Vance 01 1'awaa twluh tor town at
S ,jA n anJ tvery mlnuirttti raltrtIU n off m
Car trae 1 ort anJ Klrc tvutrts vtrnr I r Palama
at 6 id AM and ewry ij tnlnute alter till 11 3)
Can lae for Pjtjma t rl Jt 1 and 1 10 A w
Car It-avc Pa'ana f jr jik kl 1 1 a h anJ etry
t mlnuttktt I9 4j I' h . then it to 11 an 4 ic 41 km
Th 11 m I' from Paiama ivr l'uiuhou only jot
tonaiKiKion aiurjjs .
CarleJVHiriani Kins k rrtttemtur lot Him
Range at $ jo ani uo a M I
Car )eae I ort ani kini ktrertt corner f r Walkikl
at6sjAH aniexery n minn- till 19014 then at I
10 tfanJ 1 1 - 5 M. The 11 js I' M j-iw f Walkikl
onSaturJj)ft unt. '
llEHrTAM1ASTHtCrAM.NtUAM VALLLY I
Can leave Punahou Stable for Tn at jo anJ
for Tuwn anJ Valk at 3 40 5 jg 6 10 0 w 6 40 7 ani
T m AM.
Lara leave OahjCnlteze Jrtwn anJ Valle at
6 vi t 50 ani t 10 A ani vrf) tc minutes tilt 10 10
I'M ckie)ttheeen hour ani lull hur on which
run from the MaWe
Carla Nuuanu Valle) at 6 10 6 o i 50 a h ani
eery to minute tltreitier till m ju p M
Can leav I urt ani Queen otreett f r I'unahou
College at 6 05 6 ai i' 41 A M ani every 10 mlnu et
after till g 4j l M After thai the can run 1 1 the
bulle up ti 11 jol1 M.whUli Ifthelattcar I rum Tuwn.
reathlngtheSja Meat 11 v M
ON CALL ALL NIGHT.
AUTOMOBILE CO., LTD.
Coupon Books Sold. Speci.il Kates
made for "Automobile Parties."
NOTE Drlsers are not allowed to make
any rates except thoe furnished bv the
company. Ask d-lvcr to ee rate sheet.
In case of dispute .is to fare, pay driver
amount claimed, take rebate slip .ind call
at office. We w 111 Rlartly aJjust ny dlf-
Oftice on Klne St., near Judiciary Rid.
1 LOUIS T GRANT Manager.
Instruments filed for record May is, toot.
First Party Second Patty Class
H M.Mlit C W Booth D
H A Heen and wife Bishop & Co Mtg
L C Nallmu and hus llllo War Co D
Kwong Tal Loy
Kohala Sugar Co L
II I. .
II II ll II
Mrs L Opeka
" H Klmokeo
" H K Mlka
" K Hoop 1 1
" H Moes j
" K Malaklall
L Dc Mecelros
Instruments tiled for record May lO, tool.
First Party Second Party Class
J W Kealakaa
C S Desky
C B llolaard & Ci
H W Wolters
M E Bette s
RECORDED MAY 2, I90L
J Morgan to W Farrant. A L, June I,
tvoo; leaeholh &c, School street, Honolu
lu, Oaliu. oo Book 224, page 72.
Chun Chec et al to See Sung Wal Co,
B S, Apr 20, 1001; Int. In agrm'ts leas:
&c. Walehu, Maul. 11455. Book 224,
Pllknl to A M Broun, L, May 1, iqoi;
nor R P v. kul 8021. anana 1, Walkikl-
kal, Honolulu, Ohu. 10 yis from date
ai )20 per mo. book 21a, page 207.
Mrs H Cook to J H Talor et al, L,
May 1, toot; house lot corner Queei &
Mllllanl streets, Honolulu, Oahu. 15 yrs
from June 1, toot, at fSo per mo. Book
2t8, page 268.
W Farrant to L F Asbarhr, A L,
leashold &c, School street, Honolulu, Oahu
5400. Book 224, page 7).
P .McKj-non and wife to Olaa Sugar Co
Ltd, D, Apr 19, toot;' grant 4440, Olaa,
Puna, Hawaii. $6885 20. Book 225, pige
Bank of Hawaii Ltd to Par Rel,
Nov lO, 1900; lots 6, 7, 8. block R, Kalu
lanl Tract, H molulu, Oahu. J 200. Book
221, page jjj.
RECORDED .MAY 3, toot.
A Kahoow,ll to Tantka, L, Mar 8,
1931; R P 2546, Makaalae, Hana, Maul
10 jrs from date at I40. Hook 218, page
RECORDED MAY 4. tQJ.
Hoopllnul to Kalna, D, My 4, toot; R
P 6tS, kul 3066, Kualoa, KooLiupoko,
Oahu. $25. Book 223, page 138. ,
Bishop & Co to G Syl a. A M. May 1,
loot; MtK Paris et al on lands at S Kona,
Hawaii, f 10,000. Book 220. page 202.
Ale Kavattl and wf to M S Grlnbaum
C j Ltd, VI, Apr 30, 1901; lot 6 of grant 3300,
rat Orercent. Book 220. oa ne 206. '
L M Sayris and bus to G West, D. Apr
3. iqoi: plrce land Nuuanu street, Hono
lulu, Oihu. ft. Book 223, page 140.
Yee Wo Co to Hana Plant'n Co. D, Apr
29. nj3i;R P 1810, Uialnn,' Hana, Maiii.
250. Book 223, page 138.
Pott .Mut Ben Soc'y to M R da E Santo.
Rel, Apr 30. iooi; R P 5C24, kul 57FL,
Kunau.il, Honolulu, Oahu I300. ttook
204. page 444.
SC Allen to Sana Hop, Rel, Apr 27,
loot: leasehold Kalawahlne. Honolulu.
Oahu. 1 500. Book 207, page 59.
M Desk v 1 1 J Low rey , Rel D, Dec 3 1 ,
1808; lot 57, cor WilJer Ave. & An-puni
strict, Honjlulu, Oahu. Jt. Book 223,
J A Magoon to L Kaluaw I and wf, Rel,
May 3, 1901; piece land Kallu, Honolulu,
Oahu. f 300. Book 187, page 245.
KECORDtD MAY 0, loot.
Apr 23, loot: Patent 421 5, Hamakua, Ha
waii, tuo. nuuK 2zz, page 541.
Plllpletal to Kanoukapu, D, April,
loco; Int. In piece land Makaptli, N Koha
la, Hawaii, f 1. Book 222, page 238.
J Ross to M C Ross Jr. D, Apr 15, loot;
Int. In kul 4405U. Puhauohe, Waleee,
Maul, f ico. Book 223, page 142.
Salt I.ul.e Utah. May 8 Tho III
9: the lnt- , orse Q. Cannon, who died
In Monterey Cal , Inst month, will bo
fllcil for probate tomorrow. The will
cllHpcws of ,.n cstnto npproxlmatlni; In
nliu $1 (KiO.OOi). Acconllns to tlio terms
of the will tho estato fs dhlikcKlnto
two paru ihe llrt part conslstlnR of
KlIt-edKtc fe'urltles worth J200.000.
3hU Is to r-ma In In trust until Oenrgo
(J. Cannon's oungcst child, now 9
j earn old, attains his majority. All of
the thlrtj-thrcp children of President
Cannon are Klen an acre of land from
the Cannon farm and 12000 In cash on
nttulnlnt; n.alurlt or nt marriage, tho
balance of $200,000 to bo divided among
the children vlien tliu joungest child
Incomes of age.
While pol)Kamy was recognized by
the .Mormon fhurch 1'iesldent Cannon
had four wivi. To theso aro willed
homes, proUhlon also being male for
th' Ir malntmanco during life. Tho re
malnder of President Cannon's estate,
valued nt $6o9,000, and consisting of
?3.000 acred of fnrm !nnd, Interests In
Hour mills Irrigation companies, stock
In bankfc -t isec Into possession rf
tho George Q Cannon Association, cf
which I'rIdnt Cannon's children and
his neph., John M, Cannon, aro
(toiklialdera This piopertj Is (o bo
held In trust until thu joungest child
ts 40 jetr of age. This will not bo
for thlrti-ono jears. Tho estatt Is
much Inrr than was Kcncially belle;-
WANT TO FIGHT LADRONES
Now York, May 0. A cabin to the
Bun from Manila savs: Tho liberation
nnd trantportutlon to their lionu'H of
1000 Filipinos, who vvcio set frtu by
General Mm Arthur to signalize the Is
Pimnco of Agulnnhlo's proclamation,
havo bicn marly completed. Tho li
beration of another thousand prisoners
to cilehrate General Tlno's surrender
will begin this week.
Several of the Plllplno nlllcora vvhn
have surrendered have gent a petition
to the authorities, nsMng that it mixed
Anurkan and nilplno command bit
orpin lm to proceed against tho Lt
drones, and volunteering their services
agilnst those thieves nnd outlaws. It
If probable that some of tho former
rebel leaders "111 bo emplojod for this
purpose ns thej nio fumlllm with tho
cuktonm of tho outlaws and know their
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STATUS OF LAVA ROCK
New York, May 9. A decision has
been mndo by the board ot clnsstflca
tlon ot the United States general ap
praisers upon nn Important but not
generally understood Import. It wa
relative to the status of lava rock under
tho present tariff. The lava rock It
question was hewn and squared ani
the collector In San Francisco assessed
a duty of fifty per cent advalorcm un
der tho provision for "other building
stone, hewn." Tho Importer, the (llanr
Powder Co, protested, claiming n low
er duty under any ono cf four different
Th board overrules the protest and
In rendering this decision reverses a
previous decision of Its own, which had'
been nfflrmed by tho United States Cir
cuit Couct for tho Southern District of
Now York. General Appraiser l'lsch
er, who wrote the opinion for the board
In the present case, so) s that at tho
time the previous case was heard nn
evidence was submitted to show that
lava rock was used for building stono
unj where In the United States. In tho
picscnt case, however, the testimony
submitted proved conclusively that
iva rock Is now used largely for build
ing purposcsjn this country.
WILDER AND RODERICK DHU.
San Francisco, May 9. Two of the
fastest vesels In the sugir fleet are now
nclng to the Hawaihn Islands. When
the tugs cast them off at the nine fathom
Buoy mere was notta nunareJ yaws pe-
tween them, and when list seen well
down on the horizon neither had any ap
The- bark Roderick Dhu Is bound for
Hllo and the barkentine S. G Wilder for
Honolulu. The former went Into the
stream early In the day, but It was not
until 3 p. tn. that the tug Dcfunce took
hold of hrr. Just about the same time
the tug Reliance moved cut with the
Wilder In tow an 1 proceeded to sea. Both
tvwboits cast off their tows about the
same time, and five minutes later both
the "wlnd-immers" had laid their courses
for the lsland. Long before the tugs let
go both vss-lslnl considerable canvas
set and It did not take long to pack on the
res of th: sail. Ciptilns Johnson and
Jackson have wagereJa dinner on the race
and there Is considerable speculation on the
result. This Is the best season of the year
for fast time, anJ as both vessels are clip
pers ten davs should see them at the
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE HRST
Circuit Territory of lUwall At chamttn, In po
fc t In the mittrr ol the estatt il Qurrlno lefn
anJei, dxeatJ Th pet tlon ani accounts of J M
Oman, aimlnUtrator of the es ate of tali de td
vliueln he atki that his a counti be examined and
approeJ and that a final nrdrr be madi of distribu
tion of the pn eri emalnlnp In his hinds to the
lers nt thereto entitled ani dlichatglne him from all
luithir reipomlM Ity as such administrator having
tMi day twtn filed It Is ordered th it Friday, the
l'st day if May, A 1) , toti, at ten o'clock a m , at
the Court Room of the sa J Cuuit ai Honolul t Island
of Oihu be and the tame herefy Is appointed as the
time and place for hearing sail petition and a.ct unts,
and that all pirswis Int? ettd may then and there
appear and show cause, If any thty have, why the
same sliou d not to granted
Hun ilblii. April r 19-t
By the Courtt
A G KAULUKOU,
iSK-'prll t. May t QjlS Clerk
Notice to Creditors.
The unierttcnei Met A Suiheilani, evcutrlx of
tie will of Maiia A Mruns latent Honolulu diseas
ed admitted to probate April t? ton he eby gives
mttce to all (ersuns having claims ara nt the estate
of tali Maria A Druns dectased.torrtiemthe same
1 1 her at H nnlu u Oahu, within s x mon hs from the
date ol the tint pud cation of tins noike,. r they will
be forever barred,
Honoiu u.May 1, tout
, META A SUTHERLAND,
i8io-May t g 16 n fcxerutilx
NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE
OF REAL ESTATE.
Notice Is hereby given by tho UTHttr
signed, C. P. Orlmwood, a commlsslou
er duly appointed by tho order of tho
I'll at JudKu of tbo (Jlrcuit Court of tho
Tlrst Circuit, Tonltory ot Hawaii, Bit-
tins in Uijulty, duly given and mado on
tho 12tU day of Novembur,. D. l'JOO,
In n cnuso then in pending, vvUerolu
GctiLVluvu Dun sett, an Intant, by J. M,
Monsarrat, her guardian, Is plalntltl,
and Elizabeth J. Knight and Frederick
S, Knight, her husband; Ravvcna N.
Turner nnd II. V. Turner, her husband,
and Marlon C. Dow sett aro defendants,
which said causo Is brought for tho
partition ot certain lands and premises
moro particularly described In p'aln
tiff's bill of complaint, on fllo In said
cause, that said Commissioner will, on
Saturday, tho 18th day of May, A. D.
1001, at the hour of 12 o'clock m., at
tho auction salesrooms ot James
F, Morgan, 03 Queen Street,
In tho City ot Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, pursuant
to the further order and decreo ot said
Court duly giver, and mado In said
tauso on the 19th day of April, A. D.
1901, sell at public auction, to tbo
highest and best bidder for cash, all
of tho following described pieces and
parcels of land, to-wlt:
First: That certain ptoco or parcel
of land situated at Kuwlll, on tho Ivvl
lei road, Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Ter
ritory ot Hawaii, and being tbo samo
premises described In Iloynl Patent
(Grant) No 2718 to James I, Dowsett,
and that were cenvcyed to said Annjo
u. DowBCtt by tho said James I. Dow
sett by deed dated November 25th,
1870, and recorded in tho ofllco ot tbo
Registrar ot Convojances nt Honolulu
In said Territory ot Hawaii, In Liber
Jl, on folios 18G and 187, and by the
Bald Annie O. Dowsett devised to tho.
parties plaintiff and defendant In said
cause, Genevieve Dowsett, Elizabeth
J. Knight, formerly Elizabeth J, Par
ker, Rowena N. Turner and Marlon O.
Dowsett, In equal shares as tenants In
common, by her last will and testa
ment, and described as follows:
Commencing at a point on tho south
side of Iwllcl Road, from which point
the Government burvey Station Kawa
bears N. 62 44' E. true and distant
704.45 feet; thenco
1. S. 22o 18' E. true 247.5 feet;
2. N. 37o 49' e. true 120.12 feet;
3. N. 49o si' V. true 93.72 feet;
4. N. ICo 01' W. true 107.6 feet;
5. S. 650 50' W. true 73.72 feet to
point of commencement, and contain
ing an area ot 39-100 of an acre
(17,032 C sq. ft)
Second: That certain piece or par
cel ot land situated at Moanalua, Ho
nolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory o
Hawaii, being tho samo premise de
scribed In Royal Patent No. 435 (Land
Commission Award No. 1339) to Poo
puu and that wero conveyed to tho
raid James I. Dowsett by Kaalakat
(w) tho heir of Poopuu, by deed dated
October 29th, 1861, and recorded In
tho ofllco of tho said Registrar In
Liber 14, nnd folio 367, and by tbo
said James I. Dowsett conveyed to tho
said Annie O. Dowsett, neo Ragsdalo,
by deed dated Novcmbor 26th, 1870,
and recorded in tho ofllco of tho said
Registrar In Liber 31 on folios 186 and
187, nnd by the said Annie O. Dowsett,
by her said last will and testament,
devised to the ptrtles plaintiff and de
fendant In said causo, tho said Gcnc
vlcvo Dowsett, Elizabeth J. Knight,
formerly Elizabeth J. Parker, Rowena
N. Turner and Marlon C. Dowsett, tn
equal shares as tenants In common,
nnd described as follows:
cglnnlng at a" cross cut on a rock
In a pllo ot stones on tho East hank
of creek, thenco South C 43' East,
true, 104.80 feet along Konohlkt;
thence North G&o 47 East, true, 67.41
feet along Konohlkt; thence South
G0 13' East, true, 25.10 feet along Ko
nohlkt to tho corner of Konohlkl and
L. C. A. 1795 then North 62 0 17'
East, true, 107.60 feet aiong L. C. A.
1(95 to a cross cut on a rock; thenco
South 67 43' East, true 13 20 feet;
thenco North 64 0 17' East, truo. 46 20
feet; North 19 13' West 85 80 feet
along Konohlkl to tho corner of L.
C. A. 2182; thenco South 87o 17' West,
true, 99 feet along L. C. A. 2182 to tho
corner of Konohlkl and L. C. A. 2182;
thenco South 17o 43' East, true, 29.70
feet along Konohlkl; thenco South 73
47' West, true, 33 00 feet; thence
North Glo 25 West, truo 17.80 feet;
thenco South 77 67' West, true, 66
feet along Konohlkl to tho point ,l
beginning and containing an area of
Third. That certain nicco or narccl
of land situated at Moanalua, Hono
lulu, Island of Oahu, Tern.ory of Ha
waii, consisting of four taro patches
forming a portion of tbo Konohlkt of
Moanalua that was devised to S. M.
Damon by Hernlce Pauahl Bishop by
her last will dated October 4th, 1884,
and admitted to probato In tho Su
premo Court on tho 2nd day of De
cember, 1881, and conveyed by S. M.
Damon to Annlo O. Dowsett by deed
dated November 20tb, 1889, of record
In Liber 119, pag0 281, and being the
samo premises that wero devised to
tbo parties plaintiff and de'endant In
said cause, tho said Gcnovlevo Dow
sett, Elizabeth J. Knight, formerly
Elizabeth J. Parker, Rowena N. Tur
shares ns tenants In common, by tho
said Annlo Q. Dowsett by her last will
ncr and Marlon C. Dowsett, In equal
and testament aforesaid, tbo samo be
ing described ob follows:
Beginning nt tho Southwest corner
01 this land winch is also the corner
( omi.ion to L. C. A. 8iS, Apana 4. and
L. C. A. 4.1S8. Apana 2: thenco North
28 27' West, true, 65 30 feet along
snld L. C. A. S68, Apana 4, to corner
of L C. A. 2860; thenco North 45" 25'
East, truo, 281 feet along snld '
a. KatiU to corner of Konohlkl; thenco
South 39o 49' East, true, 78 79 feet
along Konohlkl; thenco South 48 11'
West, true, 90 62 feet along Konohlkl
and L. C. A. 4688, Apana 4; thenco
South 36 51' East, true, 95.70 feet
along I.. C. A. 4588, Apana 4; thenco
South 66 26' West, true, 73 90 feet
along L. C. A. 3191; thence Norte 30
08' West, truo, 72 60 feot along L. C.
A. 4588-, Apana 2; thence South 48
11' West, true, 120 feet along L. C. A.
45S8, Apana 2, to point of beginning,
containing an area ot 60-100 acres
Subject to a lease expiring Septcm
ber 30th, 1902, at a yearly rental of
Fourth. Thoso certain pieces or
parrels of land situated In III of Knu
maunnpopo, Wnlnlua, Island of Molo
kal, In said Tcrrltor ot Hawaii, being
Apana 1, Taro, containing nn area
of ono (1) rood and twcnt eight (28)
Apana 2, Tnro, containing nn area
of ono (1) rood and twenty-one (21)
Apnna 3, Kula, containing nn area
of threo (3) acres and being the samo
premises awarded to Nalmlhalo by
Land Commission Award No. 3897,
and that wero conveyed to said Annie
0. Dowsett by Haona (w) by deed
dated July 1st, 1879, and recorded In
tho ofllco of said Registrar In Liber
58 on Folios 342 and 343, and by the
said Annie O. Dowsett devised to the
parties plaintiff and defendant In said
causo. the said Genu leve Dowsett,
Elizabeth J. Knight, formerly Eliza
beth J. Parker, Rowena N. Turner and
Marlon C. Dowsett, In equal shares ss
tenants In common, by her said last
will and testament aforesaid.
Terms of silo: cash, deed at ex
penso of purchaser and said sale to be
mado subject to confirmation by said
Court. Dated, Honolulu, April 2Uh,
CHAS. P. ORIMWOOD,
JAMES. T. MORGAN,
W. AUSTIN WHITING,
W. J. RODINSON,
Attornejs for plaintiff.
PAUL NEUMANW, ROHERTSON
WILDER and ATKINSON & JUDD,
Attornes for defendants.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
Notice Is hereby given that B. Guetrero
and J. Richards, doing business under the
firm name of Guerrero and Richards, have
on this date, by mutual consent, dissolved
partnership. , The business will b contin
ued by B. Guerrero.
Honolulu. May tt, toot. i8t8-iw
THE THIRD AND LAST ASSESS
memt of 25 per cent (ti 50 per ihare) 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 jo, toot. i82o-iw
We hereby bez to rotlfv our customers.
and the public generally, that hereafter ue
shall Insist on regular monthly settlements
of all accounts owing us.
Any account remaining unpaid alter tlie
last day of the month following Its con
traction, will be closed, and stops taken
for Its Immediate collection
METROPOLITAN MEAT Co , LTD
G. J. WALLER, Manager.
HONOLULU MARKET CO., LTD.
iBn tf D. H. DAVIS, Manager.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PART--NERSH1P.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the partnership heretofore existing between
John Oulerklrk, Fred Harrison and W. J.
England, doing business In Honolulu unJer
the firm name and style of W J England
& Co., has this day been dissolved bv
mutual con ent. The W. J. England
Plumbing Co., Ltd., a corporation, has
succeeded to the builness heretofore car
ried on under said partnership name.
uaieu April 20, loot.
1840-iw W. J. ENGLAND
NOTICE OF ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At at peclal meeting of the OREGON
BUILDING CO., LTD , held on the 26th
da of April, tool, at room 306, Judd
building. Honolulu, the following were
elected the officers of the corporation for
the ensuing year :
A. V. Gear. President
J. Lando Vice-President
Victor Hoffman Treasurer
L. A. Postln, Secretary
John F. Riley Auditor
Dated Honilulu, April 26, loot.
L. A. ROSTIN,
NOTICE OF ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At a special meeting of the W. J. ENG
LAND PLUMBING CO., LTD , held on the
2V1 day of April, 1901, at room 10O, Jucd
Building. Honolulu, the following were
elected the officers of the corporation for
the ensuing vear :
John Ouderklrk President
W. J. England Vice-President
Fred Harrison Treasurer
F. J. Wllhelm Secretary
J. Finney Auditor
Dated Honolulu, April 23, toot.
1840 ivy SeTeta'v.
Notice to Customers.
The unders'gned grocers would give
notice to their customers and the nubile In
f;eneral that on and after this date month
y settlements will be strictly Insisted
All goods purcnaseu in one montn must
be paid for before ihe last day of the suc
ceeding month without exception.
LEWIS & CO.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
F rank B. Auerbach, Managec
SALTER & WAITY.
ESTATE OF J. HUTCHINS.
F. L. Waldron, Adm.
Honolulu. T. H.. April 18. tool. i8-im
Stockholders' Meeting, Honolulu
Investment Co. Ltd.
Notice Is hereby civ en that a special
meeting of the MocklicIJtrs of the Hono
lulu Investment Co., Ltd., vv III be held at
the company's office, Judd Bulldli it, tn
Honolulu, on SATURDAY. MAY 18th. loot.
at 2:10 p.m., for the purpose of voting on
certain amendments of the by-laws pro
posed at the last stockholders' meeting,
and the transactl g of such other business
as may come before the meeting.
"Name on Ecry Piece."
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LEWIS & CO.,
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