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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T.. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1901.
Oceanic Steamship Company
. TIME TABLE. '
111 iteamen et tbli line will arrive and Iete thli port m hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
SONOMA June 4
In connection with the aalllnc of the above steamers the eject, are pre
Hred to laeue, to Intending pamnger., coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Franclaco to all points In the United States, and from New
Fork by any steamship line to all Muropean porta.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited,
OKNCRAL AOKNTS OCEANIC B. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Staamtri of tht abova companlra will call at Honolulu and
i.ava mis port on or aooui
Fer Japan and China
AMERICA MARU JUNE 5
PEKINQ JUNE 13
GAELIC JUNE 21
HON'QKONQ MARU JUNE 29
DORIC JULY 16
NIPPON MARU JULY 24
PERU AUO. 1
For central Information apply to P. M. 5. S. Co.
H. HACKF1BLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
CaDadian - Australian Royal Hail Steamship Company.
aarsuaaara of rat aaor tra. raurac It -ouacttM wttk tka CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
limn VaKoarar, B. C, ail Saay. N. S. W., ... calllar at Victoria. B. C, Ha.alal aal Bilaaasa
a BUB AT HONOlil'ItV 1o atMtl I ilatMMow auta4 vlai
FROM WCCoUVIR AND VirTOV
ear lilll.a. ... Sr'.er I
VTStaart Ickat lanaS 'tea Hoelal. ta Caa
raaaaia a.a ai .erai laiorauuoa, apply i.
Theo. H. Davlcs &
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
A Direct Service between
'NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,' via Pacific Coast.
5. S OREGONIAN, 6,oco tons, to sail about May 25.
i - VS' AMERICAN, 5,eoo torts, 'to sail about July 10. .
S.S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail -
Freight received at company's wharf, azd Street, South llrooklln, at all times.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSBp
General Freight Ajent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Lines of Travel
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
y FOUR DAYS to New York,
man Palace Sleepers. Buffet. Smok'
Ing and Library Cars, with Birber
Shop ana Pleasant Heading Kooms.
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. i Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
147a Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Go.
Irom and After January li '1899,
STATIONS. Dally . Call.
(Omul) as. &. taltr at. 3aa. Dally Dally
' 'am. a.m am. p.m. tit.
e.ol.l. .,.,, 1 ta a.11 11.01 I S in.
Paail City.,,, I i aal u.a M 110
IwaMIII I) J laaS una .tl lita
Walaaaa 10.50 .,,, a 41 .,,.
Walatua IMS .... 114a ....
(aukM ,,,, lata ,,,. ti ,,,,
M STATIONS. Dalfr
j ( Mf- Oj'r Oajly DaMF
f KaSaki till ,,.. a'.oi
Walalaa a:ia ,,,. asa
Walaaaa ma ,,.. 1:51
SvaMIII..,., A lit ;.as lias 4
1 PaailClty Vi liai uta .;
7 MMOlala tw S, a as itt
I F. C, Smith, GenU Pass. 4 Ticket
a Agent. 1
J Q. P. Dwtoh. Bntxrtntandunt
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS
bneral Manager ot
T looitible Life Assnruca SocliV
Of t5j.t UnlUd HUtsa for the Ebmlli'
Orristi Kalrat stTMi, Una
1 FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA May 29
VENTURA June 4
mt aaica pciow mtniioa.j,
For San Francisco:
HONOKONO MARU JUNE .7
CHINA JUNE 15
DORIC JUNE 22
NIPPON MARU JULY 2
PERU JULY 9
COPTIC .".JULY 19
AMERICA MARU JULY 2C
PEKING! ...AL'G. 3
IRUM SYDNEY AND IRISBANI
for Victoria ail Vaacoaver IB. CI:
Mitel May I
Ml9wlta Junt a
ttriir ..July i
Maani . July )i
M'owtra AugLtt tS
as laioaa. Far fralrSt aal
Co.. Ltd., Gcn'l Agents.
Lines of Travel.
TOD CAN DO IT NOW
THE,- INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 16 '62.
Honolulu Office, Magoon Block.
TBL MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for your message
Street Railway Time Table,
KING STREET LINE,
Cirs Itavt Walklkt for town it vij, 6,ij, e-ij A M
an4evcry ismlnutct thcrtattajr tt I 10 4, 1111 anJ
itjjPM. rom Wakiklgo tnttit Punahou btable
Cars leave R Kane or l'awaa twitch tor town at
S'SjA.M. and cry 1$ minutrs ihtrcattcr till n cM'.M.
Cars leave Fort anJ King ttreet corntr tor Malarra
at6:io a.m. anJ every ij mlruttt alttr Mil 11 $
iart leave lor I'auma nniy at j ana 3. to A u
Cars leave Palana for Walkikl j 4) a m anJ tery
it mlnutti till duhh. then at tout ani 1a 11 i.M
the ii:i, p.m. from Pita ma lor Punahou only gt
i.ar leave 1 ort anj Kinj; ttretttcorr.tr foi kh
Ranee at 5 10 anJ 10 a.m.
Cars leave fort ani King MrtiH corner fur Walkikl
at 6 05 A M. anJ every 13 minutes t.tt ioot.1', w then at
10 l,a4 itnj P.M. The titjjl' n. coti to Wa'klkt
DERETAMA STREET AM) Nt'UANU VALLEY.
Cart leave Punahou Statle for Town at j join J
for Town anJ Valley at j ju j 50 6 10 ( 10 0 40 7 anJ
Cars leave OitiJ College for town ani Valley at
6 jo 6 jo ani T.10 A.M ani evti) 10 minutes till 10 10
P.M. except the even hour ani half, hotr cars which
run from the Stable
Cars leave Nuuanu Valley at 610 t jo C ;o A.M ani
every 10 minutes inert-After till 10 50 p.M
Cars leave hurt ani Quren strtets fur PunaVu
Collect at 6 05 61364s am anietry 10 minutes
after (ill Q4S P.M. Attrr that tht cars run m the
Stable up to 1 kjop.m, whkh Is tht lavt car from Town,
reaching tht Stable at itnoP M
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 tho furnished by the
company. Ask driver to see rate sheet.
In cae of dispute as to fare, pay driver
amount claimed, take rebate slip and call
at office. We will Rlailly adjust my dif
ference. Office on Klne St., neir Judiciary Rid.
LOUIS T GRANr, Manager.
ll It a rare, aafa and quick remedy,
There aVQNLV ONE
Two aim, t5c. aoJ Joe.
TWO SENATORS RESIGN
Columbia, S. C, May 25. As the out
come of a spirited debate between
United States Senators D. S. Tillman
and John McLaurcn at Gaftney today,
both havo sent tholr resignations to
Governor McSwecney. to take effect
Noember lfjth. They have resigned
with the understanding that they are
to go before the people In a Joint can
vas and tro to libido by the sentiment
of the poople ns It will be expressed at
a Democratic primary to be held In No.
vember. Tillman last December was
re-elected to the United States Senato
for fix years. McLaurcn has yet two
years to serve. Should Tillman be sus
talned, McLaurcn's seat will be vacant;
If McXauren Is successful, he will suc
ceed to Tillman's long term.
NATURES PROVISION FOR MAN
When Naturo designed man she
provided amplo things for his preser
vation. Man was Intended to llvo and
be healthy on vegetation; that was
the natural way. Tho only way to be
healthy or to regain lost health Is
by using nature's remedy and great
blood purlflerr-Klckapoo Indian Sag
wa. This Is tho great Indian reme
dy, taken direct from nature's unerr
ing laboratory. It Is made of simple
herbs, roots and barks, and always
acts naturally. It searches out the
i disease; finds tho cause of It; slays
It, and restores the body to a normal-
I lv hn1th1v rnmllMnn. If vnnr ltvnr !
sluggish, drowsy, or Inactive; If your
heart doesn't pump right, palpltato,
thumps, sometimes vigorously; and
sometimes faintly; It your bowels arr
Inactive, or ovcrnctlvo; It your stoa
nch falls you; It your kidneys fall to
act naturally; there Is stltl help foi
you If you will take Klckapoo In
dian Sagw.i. You must act quickly
Dictate Is progressives you must stop
It at once. Klckapoo Indian Sagwa
will do It Hobron Drug Co., agents
for the Klckapoo Indian Romedlex.
Aggie Is Coming.
New Yoik, May 24. A special to tho
(Sun from Washington says: Agul
naldo will probably coma to the United
States early next fall. Ho has already
Informed General MacArthur of hlB de
sire to visit this country and desires to
leave not later than September 15th,
when the conditions in the Islands will
permit h1n unconditional release from
Contest Over n Big Estate.
San Francisco, May 22. Julius
Friedman, a wealthy recluse, who died
In this nlty recently, stated In his will
that, so far an he was aware, he left no
heir to hta $500,000 estate. Stnco then
a tmall army of relatives, most of
whom llvo In Russia. Imvo (lied claims
en his property. Many attorneys nro
engaged, and a warm contest portends.
Powers Oppose Reduction.
reklni;. May 22. Tho foreign Mlnls
tfrs" meeting today was very unsatlS'
factory. No power was willing to ac
cede to the American idea of tho re
duction of the Chtneso Indemnity to
C200.000.000, though Great Dritaln rec
ognizee the advisability of some reduc
tion. TL,ro will be another meeting
Will VI Hit the Philippines.
Wnshiufctcn, May 22. Major General
Htnry C. Coibln. Adjutant Oenernl of
the Army, t111 sail for tho Philippines
OS the trnnr port Hancoclt, which leaves
San Franubco Juno 25th. He (Intends
to mnke a general Inspection of tho
military .oLdltlons In tho Islands,
Seventy MlnePH Entombed.
London May 21. As tlio n'strlt of an
cxpiotli-n ot llicdamp In tho Universal
(olllerj nt SeiiKhonyriil, In tho Hhondila
Vullfcv, Walcn, seventy miners are on
tombeO, ami there Is no hopo of saving
tht l.vf s of any of theai.
Bnutclle In Dentl.
Bottoa. May 21. Former Congress
man Claries A. lloutello of Uangor,
Maine llej today nt tho McLean Asy
lum, Vavily, where ho had been con
fined for rt year with brain troublo,
EprlnKfleld, III., May 23. Former
Govtrcor John Riley Tanner died sud
denly at 2:15 o'clock this afternoon in
the Lflant Hotel In this city from
rheurnutUm ot tho heart.
Mopped Nagasaki llarhop,
WasSlnstnn, May 21. Three Hns
elan filters hao been sentenced In de
fault to six months' Imprisonment for
mapplnn NaRttsnkl harbor In tho lclnl
ty of the fortifications.
TO CUUE A UULU IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Dromo Quinine Tablet,.
All druggists refund tho money If It
falls to cure. E. W. Ornve'u Rlgnalurn
ta on each box. 25 rents.
Dr. Poglo, chiropodist, has moved to
tho Arlington block, Hotel street. Tel
Discussion Started But
. Fight Postponed Until
MONEY FOR HOSPITAL
Notwithstanding He Believes Same is
Not Justified by Organic Act
-Is Mittr of
Tho Senato came together at 2
o'clock yesterday afternoon, nod at 3:30
O clock the reading ot reports ot stand
ing committees had just been com
pleted. Theso reports wero long, but
very Important, nod tho Senato will
undoubtedly spend a week or more In
their discussion and their final disposi
tion. The very last business of the aft
ernoon was tho dlscusnlon of the re
ports of tho majority and minority of
tbo Military Committee on the Items
relating to the military and tho band In
tho Appropriation bill. Not much
progress was made, and, at 3:50 o'clock.
It was decided to postpone the fight un
When the Senate imt yesterday aft
ernoon, Dr. Russel presented a very
long report of tho majority of the
Committee on Public Health and Edu
cation on the communication contain
ing the opinion of tho Attorney General
In regard to the appropriation required
by the Queen's Hospital and other
In regard to the Queen's Hospital, the
report says: "We maintain that It Is a
private hospital and thit any appropri
ation of money will conflict with the
splrllt and Intent of Sortlon 55 of tho
Organic Act" Further: "Although
any appropriation for such hospital Is
not Justified by the Oiganle Act. the
committee, nevertheless, rec?nmendi
the passage ot It as In the bill ((20,000)
tor the biennial period as n matter ot
necessity, there being no Government
hospltnl In existence. Wo are opposed,
however, to nny further Improvements
or extension of this hospital nnd any
additional appropriation for that pur
pose." In regard to IIIlo anJ Malulanl hos
plltals, tho report says: "These hos-
pltals are tho property of tho Territory
and under Its full control. They both
require their full running expenses As
for Hllo Hospital, we recommend that
the Item of $5,000 as In the Mil be
raised to $12,000 for the biennial pe
riod: also, $1,200 for the sidewalk, and
the Item of Malulanl Hospital be raised
from 15,000 to 18,000."
The commltteo recommends striking
out tho Items for tho Walmea and I.I
hue (Kauai) hospitals, since these aro
private" Institutions. It further recom
mends an Item of $1,000 for tho Koloa
(Kauai) Hospital, and advises against
an appropriation for the Kaptolanl Ma
Mr. Cnrter'B minority report of the
Military Committee, which appears In
nnothcr column, was laid on the table,
to bo considered with tho majority re
port and tho bill.
Mr. Paris reported ns follows for the
Public Lands Commltteo on various
Items under tho head of "Survey Do
"Your commltteo have visited this
department nnd found that they are do
Ing vnluablo work In compiling maps
of all tho different Islands, giving nil
tho different lands, elevations, etc..
which aro always open for tho Infor
mation of the public. They aro also
preparing maps for tho Department at
Washington nnd maps ot this city for
the Tax Assessor.
"Your commltteo would, therefore,
recommend that Items 2S7 and 293 pass
as In the bill."
The commltteo's report, signed by
Messrs. Paris, J. T. Drown nnd L. Na
kapaahu, recommends making Items
52G nnd 527 one, tho same to read as
Expense of field parties and office
Tho Item ns In tho bill calls for $5,'
This report was adopted.
Mr. Paris reported further for the
samo committee on various Items as
Item 205. Pay of Commission-
Tills Item has been raised from $1,200
to $7,200. Your cnmmltteo fall to seo
the reason for this largo raise and
would recommend It ho reduced to
Item 207. Pay of Chief Forester-
Your commltteo find that ho Is now
beelng paid $125 per month. Wo would
recommend thnt tho Item pass at $3,000.
Item 270. Expert Forester
Your commltteo find that $1,500 was
appropriated In 1803 for this office, but
not drawn. We recommend that this
Item bo stricken nut.
Items 271 nnd 272. Laborers, Maklkt
Your commfttco find that nearly all
of Maklkl Is to bo taken over by the
experimental station. Wo, therefore,
consider tho expenso should lie reduced,
nnd would recommend Hem 272 bo rr
iluced from $G,t80 to $1320.
Your commltteo find thnt this Item
was appropriated In 1898, but hns nnt
been spent. While jour commltteo ficl
that theso parks nro much needed, wo
feel that there aro other Improvements
thnt nrn moro necessary. Wo would,
th'erefore, recommend this Item be
J. D. 1'AIMS,
J. T. IIHOWN
This report was laid on tho labln. to
ho considered with tho Appropriation
bill, and, ut 3:50, tho Senate adjourned
until 10 o'clock today.
ILED FOR RECORD
Second Party Class
A N Campbell M
H P Martlnes et al
11 .. 1.
S Suyamaet al
H P Ataitlnes
Laupahoehoe S Co A
Bishop & Co
" ' ,
Panz Clione et at
E C Judd
Sam Wo Sing
T H Davles o: Co
L M Gay
S Ah ssletal
W C Wilder
Ponilnwal Cof Co R
w n castle Jr
P'M Lansdale PA
S S Robertson
A P McDonald L
A N Campbell M
Instruments filed for record June 5, loot
F "St Partv Second Party Cl
Kanae K O.in.i D
L C Berestrom&hu Blslinn & Co M
S Kauai K Okada L
MGSIlva C Brown, Tr AM
N S Sachs F Sederer D
J M McChsnev G Rodlck M
Trs Oahu Co lege K CI rke ,R
rongMH-jof HawA PCK5pInnh R
A P C R Splnola Port'g M B Sof II M
RECORDED MAY Hi, 1901.
II. Paon and wife to II. Smith. Trus
tee, M.i .May 1C. 1901: An. 1 and 2, Kul.
1,775, It. P. 7033, Kalla, Honolulu.
Oahu. $200. for 2 jears nt 10 per ct.
Dook 220, page 254.
J. de Castro and wife to D. d. Avelro.
D.: May 1G. 1901; Lots S and 9. Block
IS, Kalulanl Tract. Honolulu, Oahu.
$1.00. Hook 222. pago 297.
liana Plantation Company to S.
Orcencbaum ct al.. Tr. D.j Starch 30.
1901; 4 pieces land, liana. Maul. .
Book 220, page 243.
C. S. Desky nnd wife to M. E. Bet
ters. D.: April 15. 1901; Lots 7 nnd 22.
Block 18. Kcwnlo Tract, Honolulu,
Oahu. $1,700. Book 22.1. page 177. .
C. K. C. Rooke nnd wife to II. N.
Woltcrs. D.: April 1. 1901; Por. Ap. 3.
It. P. 053, Kul. 924, Fort street. Hono
lulu, Oahu. $80,500. Book 222. pago
E. Omsted to K. Kaul, D.; January
22, 1901; taro land. Kapalamala, Wal
mea, Kaul. $100. Book 223. page 177.
C. B. Hofgaard & Co. to S. Makalla,
Rel.; January 17, 1901; lands nt Wal
mea. Kauai. $1,200. Book 170, page
RECORDED MAY 17. 1901.
O. W. Farr and wife to E. C. Judd.
M.; May 14. 1901; Lot 7. Kapahulu. Ho
nolulu, Oahu. $2,000, for 2 )ears at 8
per ct Dook 221. page 399.
W. F. Hellbron nnd wife to S. C. Al-
len, M.; May 17, 1901; Gr. 3.503, Punch
bowl Slope, Honolulu, Oahu. $9,500,
for 6 months at S per ct. Book 221,
K. L. Kehlnu to E. K. Gookln. D.;
May 13. 1901; R. P. 2.G73. Hualcle Knu.
po. Maul. $200. Book 222. page 304.
S. Mahelonn nnd wife to J. A. Ma
goon. M.; May 1G, 1901; Por. R. P.
7,831; Kut. 7.714B. Ap. 7. Palama, Ho
nolulu, Oahu. $100, for 1 year at 9 per
ct. nook 221. page 400.
May T. Wilcox to Geo. W. Farr. Tr,
Rel.; May 15, 1901; Lot 7, Kapahulu,
Honolulu, Oahu. $1,200. Rook 179,
E. L. Ladd ct al. to Chock Barck ct
-',.. L.; May 10, 1.01; rlcco land Nuu
anil street, Honolulu. Oahu. 15 years
from date at $120. Book 21S, page 307,
Western & Hawaiian Investment Co.,
X.td., to W. R. Roe and wife. Par. Rel.;
May 14, 1901; Por. A p. 2. Kul. 2,033.
Kalla, Honolulu, Oahu. $1.00. Book
221, page 39G.
Lowers & Cooke, Ltd., to F. Barwlck
Rel.; May G. 1901; Lots 14 nnd 15
Block 2. Puueo. Hllo, Hawaii.
Book 204. page 32G.
A. Roback and wife to W. R. Castle.
Tr., M,; May 15, 1901; R. P. 3,215 and
3.2G7, Koolau. Maui, R. P. 4.C15. Kaana
pall, Maul, dr. 1.911. Maul. $500. for 3
years ut 12 per ct. Book 221, pago 394,
H. It. Hitchcock and wife to J. II
Cnstlc. D.J May 13. 1901; R. P. 7.2G2,
Kul. 5.575, Ahp. Pelekunu, Molokal.
$2,350. Book 222. pago 301.
T. Dean and wife to Chang A. Chong,
D.; January 31. 1901; Por. Kul. 4.700B,
Auwalolumu, Honolulu, Oahu. $5,000,
Book 223, pago ISO.
A. Wiggins to J. Hopp, Rel.; May 17,
1901; piece land Alakea street. Hono
lulu, Oahu. $1,000. Book 151. pago 119,
RECORDED MAY 18. 1901.
L. Kanae et at. to E. Macfarlanc, L.;
May 14, 1901 ;Por. of Lot 4. Walkikl
Honolulu, Oahu. 25 years from May 1.
1901; 1.300 for full term. Book 218,
Palolo I -a ml & Imp. Co.. Ltd., to A.
Bell, D.; April 18, 1901; Lots 1 and 5
nnd Por. Lot 2. Block 102. Palolo. Ho
nolulu, Oahu, $1,125. Book 222, page
M. I. Brown to Jnmes Brown, L.
May 1G, 190t; Por. Kul. 570, Hotel
btrect, Honolulu, Oahu. 35 years from
date at $75 per month. Book 218, pago
J. W. Kealakan to W. Lanford, I..J
Aptll 1. 1900; R. P. 1.059. Kul. 2.951
Puea, Wnlanae, Oahu. 10 years from
date nt $02. Book 218, page 310.
C. It. Lindsay and wlfo to W. L. Do
coto. M.; May 18, 1901; Por. Ap. I. R.
P. G.777. Kul. 5.483, Puako, Lnhnlna.
Maul, $200. for 1 j ear at 8 per ct.
Dook 221. page 402.
O. N. Wilcox to M. Olrog. Rel.; May
10, 1901; R. P. 3.G32 and Or. 3,721,
Punchbowl Slope, Honolulu. Oahu.
$2,500. Book 180, page 358,
RECORDED MAY 20. 1901.
M. L. Lucas to C, Bolte. M.; May 20.
1901; Interest In Or. 709, Kallhl. Hono
lulu, $700 for 2 years at 10 per ct. Book
220, page 2G3.
M. I. Sllva and wife to C. Brown. Tr.,
M,; May 20, 1901; Lots 15 nnd 17, Block
3. Puunul Tract, Honolulu. Oahu. fCOO,
for 1 car nt 8 per ct. Book 220, page
St. do Snuza and wlfo to C, Brown,
Tr.. M.; May 18, 1901; Lot 20, Block G,
Kounlo Tract, Honolulu, Oahu. $700,
for 2 )cars at 8 per ct. Book 221, page
O, Koola to N Ewnllko, D.j April 10,
iSStfe. PIIDTIIRP miRwn
i'NUfc for teh nniiArts.
at llifir um it hiii. i,,t iiti.
null I'Ihi. i inti.t Itt
T.lillutiur lli. mr iir
il)fimliv.,iiri.rl I,. ll.r.
ItinM, oH'-itliUn a1..
-1 !-.-. , or imioii.inrui'"" ntn.
- l, "rr t,. wo. llil.HVItIf
"IUllt.. 1" rtTtn rull lr.f.rn,lw,t h.-.rnl. Iwtitwii
kt.lrnnrtHvlitSi. .tniitiiHiiilllisiiilTl, rnll. rmt lr4
UOHIIC Tints Cn- '" ""'""" tta itucisca
- I lS
1901; Lots 2G, 27, 28, Knllu. Honolulu,
Oahu. $1.00. Book 223, pago 181.
E. Klcmme to W. L. Peterson, Con
sent; May 17, 1901; to lease It. P. 2.4G1,
Lclelo, Honolulu, Oahu, . Book 219,
W. Ij. Peterson to Sam Yip Kce. L.j
May 15. 1901; Por. R. P. 2,461, Lelclo.
Honolulu, Oahu. 15 years from data
at $120. Book 219, page 337.
D. McKentlo to U C. jblcs. A. L.;'
May 17, 1901; leasehold, Alakea street,
Honolulu. Oahu. $500. Book 219, pago
Mrs. M. Carrillo to Akl ct al., L.;
May 15. 1901; R. P. 3,221, Kul. 3.275S.
Walcbu, Maul. 10 years, from data at
$50. Book 219, page 335.
U D. Nott to J. R. Gait. P. A.; May
23, 1901; special powers. . Book 224.
J. Kanahelo to Chong Chow, L.; Feb
ruary 1, 1901; R. P. 1.282. Kul. 1,6140,
Walkele, Ewa, Oahu. 10 years from
date at $120. Book 218, page 318.
C. Bolt and wife to M. F. Lucas, D.i
May 20, 1901; Interest In Or. 709. Ka
llhl. Honolulu, Oahu. $770. Book 222,
E. B. Mlkalcnl ct al. to L. h. McCand-
less, SI.: Slay 20. 1901; R. P. 2.877, Kul.
9.335, Alea, Ewa, Oahu. $500. for 2
years at 9 per ct. Book 221, page 405.
K. Plnao to E. B. Sllknleml ct nl.. D.;
Stay 17. 1901; Interest In R. P. 2.877.
Kul. 9,335. Alea. Ewa, Oahu. $500.
Hook 223, page 185.
WILL8 AND E6TATE8.
Petition for the probate of the will ot
John W. Liming hns been filed by tho
widow, SInrlon Slaybln Lunlng. The
estate consists of personal property
valued at $2500. The will was executed
at Honolulu June 21, 1891.
Inventory filed by Win. K. Recs. ex
ecutor of tho will of Kenloha Recs
hows personal property of the value of
The estate of the late Fred B. Oat,
according to II. L. Marx, appraiser, con
sists ot the following: Sixty shares
Oahu Sugar Co.. $9000; 40 shares Klhcl
Sugar Co., $460; one share Hcalanl
Yacht nnd Boat Club, $20; balance of
cash on hand, $1373.31; making a total
FIRE ON MARIPOSA.
San Francisco, Slay 27. Fire broke
out In the coal bunkers of the steamer
Mariposa at Pacific-street wharf about
9 o clock Sunday night, nnd the vessel
narrowly escaped destruction. A watch
man detected tho odor of coal smoke.
but could not trace It, and Chief Officer
Ritchie was called. Tho Are was dis
covered to be amidships and close to
tho main deck, nnd Is believed to have
been started by tho steam pipe. The
asbestos had been burned nnay, tho
Iron deck Immediately above had been
heated almost red hot. and the four-
Inch wooden deck resting on the Iron
one wns burned halt through. Quick
work on the part ot tho chief officer nnd
a few men extinguished the fire. The
Mariposa Is to sail Thursday for Aus
tralia. CHANCE8 IN CAPTAINS.
San Francisco, Slay 29.Captn!n Clif
ton Curtis, late of tho ship Belle of
Bath, takes command of the new
schooner, William II. Mnrston.
Captain Quick ot the ship Henry
Vlllard, goes East to tike commnnd
of the steel four-mas til bark Edward
Sewall., Captain Lewla, late of the
Kennebec, will tako command of the
Captain E. P. Hardwlck has taken
command of the barkntln) Arctur,
vice Captain Calhoun, who remain
ashore an sick leave.
Tho Alden Bcsso will bo commnnded
by Captain Castle.
YACHT RACES SEPTEMBER SI.
Now York, Slay 25. Tho American
cup races will begin on September 21st,
Sir Thomas Llpton having by cable
gram agreed to that dato and promising
to have a formal request for the es
tablishment ot the tie- time sent by
tbo Roynl Ulster Yacht Club.
Late Sugar Market.
New York, Slay 29,-rSugar Raw,
steady; fair refining, 3c; centrifugal,
9G test, 4 9-32c; molasses sug'ar, 3c;
refined, quiet; crushed, G.OSc; powder
ed, 5.65c; granulated, 5.C5c.
FltzJohn Porter Dead.
New York, May 21. General Flu
John Porter died nt hla homo In Mor
rl.tonn today from chronic diabetes,
lie wna $0 years old.
Keeps Constantly on Hand
MILLER & IjUX'S I'rlme Beef, Mut
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Rcon, Bole, Smelt, Blind, Carp, Hock
Cod, Sea Bass, Crawfish, Crabs, Etc.
POUI.TIIY AND GAME Turkeys,
Oeese, Chickens, Qunll, Canvns Back,
Mallard, Teal, Sprlfc', Brant, Belgian
SMOKED MEATS-Hnms, Bacon,
SausaRes, fresh every day. Tongues,
Clipped lloef, Etc. Also Sweet Bread,
Drains, CnUes' I.lver, Tripe, Calves
Feet nnd Heads, Etc.
DUTTEIt, Ebbs, Checso, Pickles.
Chow Chow, Saner Kraut, Apples,
rears, drapes. Potatoes, Onions, Cnb
bafie. A full supply of Fruits nnd
OYSTEHS -Fancy, largo or small, In
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Hardly n tiling that you could wish
for but what is to bo had at our mar
ket. TELEPHONB-MAIN 210.
THB HAWAIIAN , J
Realty and Maturity Go.
CAPITAL, - $yo,ooo
DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE,1
Loans, Mortgages, Bonds, etc. Sud-dlvl
ders' of tracts of city property; houses bulC,
on easy terms; all sorts of documents drawl ,
on short notice, at a moderate charge; work
We also Issue, as an especial feature, to
parties who have monty to Invest In
monthly Installments, a Certificate of
Investment, which Is Interest-bearing from
date of Issuance absolutely as safe as the
banks and unquestionably the best In
vestment on the market to-day.
For particulars, address P. O. Box 261.
Phone Main I41. Office, u King street.
over Cist le & Cooke's.
In consequence of the appointment of
the Hen. Geo. Gear to the Circuit Bench
as 2nd Judge, the firm of Davis and Gear
Is dissolve!. Geo. A. Davis will oeaiov
the same offices and continue the active
practice of his profession. 1800-tf
All accounts standlne three months or
over, and not paid within 15 days after
this notice, will be handed for collection.
June 1, tool,
N.S. SACHS' DRY GOODS CO., LTD.
At a meeting of the directors of the
ORI'HEUM COMPANY, LTD.. held this
day, an assessment of to?.' on the assess
able stock was levied, payable on June tst
anu ueiinquenr, JUiy ist.
OKPHbUM COMPANY, LTD :
BY JOHN F. COLfiUPN.
May 27, 1901 Secretary pro tem
We hereby bee to notify our customers.
and the public generally, that hereafter we
shall Insist on regular monthly settlements
of all accounts owing us.
Any account remaining unpaid after the
last dav of the month following Its con
traction, will be closed, and stops taken
1 or us immediate collection
METROPOLITAN MEAT Co , LTD
G. J. WALLER, Manager.
HONOLULU MARKET Co., LTD.
mn tr u. h. DAVIS, Manager.
To Whom It May Concert.
Honolulu, May 27, loot.
Notice Is hereby given that the American
schooner "H. D. Bendlxscn," whereof M.
Olsen Is Mater, has arrived this day from
Newcastle, N.S.W., with cargo of coal
consigned to order The said Master being
unable to locate consignee of cargo or
holder of Bills of Lading, takes this course
to notify conslgnie of cargo, of the vessel's
readiness to discharge same as oer terms of
VIA 1 Ml AS (JLSbN,
Master Am. Sc. "H.D. Bendlxsen."
Notice to Creditors.
Tht unim!gnJ having bctn duly appointed ti
tcutrlx nt ih will Ol Will Urn A hrmru.lt, lite of
Honolulu, Oahu, dtccast i. htrcby jlvn rvitlc to all
pmons having claims icilnittht eilaie ol tali Jr
9 awJ to pr tit M tht saint duly tuthrntlcattj ani
with r'optr vuKhtrs, It any txltt, whether scurt4
Vy mortfagt or itherwlst. to her at htr reildtnct,
Klnau ttrttt, Honolulu, within U months from Jatt,
or such claims will tt forever barrel,
Honolulu, May t8, loot.
HELEN 0, HENSHM.L.
Estcutrlx of tht Will of Willtan A. Hcnshall,
; dycfattd tin May t). Junt f. 11.19
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