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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T.t THURSDAY, JUNE C, 1901.
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Oceanic Steamship Company
steamer! of this line wilt arrive and leave thli port a hereunder:
FROM PAN FRANCISCO:
SONOMA june 4
In connection with the galling of the ahoTe iteamera the agents are pre
lrd to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rait
road from San Franclico 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. 6. Irwin & Co., Limited.
GENERAL, AOKNT3 OCEANIC 8. B. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and'Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Staamefi of Ifia above companla a will call at Honolulu ani
Win this fort on or about tnt datti below mtntlo.iJ,
For lapan and China:
AMERICA MARU JUNE
PEKING JUNE 13
GAELIC JUNE 21
HONGKONG MARU JUNE 23
CHINA JULT 6
DORIC JULY 16
NIPPON MARU JULY 24
PERU AUG. 1
For general Information applv to P. M. S. S. Co.
H. HACKFIBLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian - Australian Royal Hail Steamship Company.
Jar 3t.aa.ra ol tie abort. Ilia, raaalag li cohkHoi wtt as CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
ism Vatxoovw, B. C ill S'wr, N. S. W.. aaa calllat at Victoria. B. C, Haaolala Hi Brltbus
a DUE AT HONOIt.'I.V tit abot tl 1 1 tatat ktltw ttataa Till
FROM VCOUVtR AND i:TO.l
Far Bittbaat aaa Srln.r I
Aoranil ...,.. Hiy t
Moana............... ., ..,.llna
rTtrootb Icksts Issusl frosi Hoailala la Caau
Faiaaca aal aT aaral larorasalloa. apply to
Thco. H. Davles ft
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
. S OREGONI AN, 6,006 tons, to sail ubout May 25.
S S AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about July 10.
, SiS..HA,WA.JAN,.6,ooo ton's,,to sail ...,.
Freight recelvYd at company's wharf. aid Street, South Brooklln, at all tlm:s.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSE,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO-, LTD.,
Lines of Travel.
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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 Barber
unop ana rieasani Keaaing rcooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining t-liairs.
J. H.LOTHROP, General Agent,
115 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. it T. A.,
147a Omaha, Nebraska.
O. B. & L. Go.
STATIONS. Dally . Ball,
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7, C. Sunn, Oen'l Paaa. ft Ticket
O. P. DFiKtHon. Hnoorlntnndent
Wiider's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS
(jdaeul Uanagtr ol
Ti IgulUbU Life Assuudm SooUt
Of tb.i TJnIUd Htstes tot tbi Qswillf
OrMoai Hsth-uit stoMl. Bi'(
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA Mny 29
VEJJTUB.A .Jane 4
For San Francisco:
HONGKONG MARU JUNE 7
CHINA JUNE 15
DORIC JUNE 22
NIPPON MARU JULY 2
PERU JULY 9
COPTIC JULY 10
AMERICA MARU JULY 26
PEK1NO AUG. 3
GAELIC AUG. 13
FROM STDNIT AND BRISBANB
For Victoria aai Vaacoartr (B. C):
sa Barott. Fot Fttltbl aal
Co., Ltd., Ccn'l Agents.
Lines of Travel.
YOU CAN DO IT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 $2.
Honolulu Office, Magoon Block.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for j our message
Street Railway Time Table,
KING STREET LINE.
On leive Walklkl for town at 5 s. 6.1s. 6 5 A.m.
nJ every n minute thfrtaltf til 104,. nji anJ
nm P M, trom Wa klkl go t't the Pwuhou Stat.es.
Cars .caw R Rarme or laaa iwikh tor ton at
j-jjA M. anJ every t j minutes thereafter till p otp.M.
Lars leave Tort and Kinc streets corner for Mala ma
at 6: to a.m. anJ every ij minutes after till ii:ij
Cars leave for Pa la ma only at j and j.jo a m
Cars leave Palama for Walkiki 3 o A . and every
H mlnuio tin g 45 P-M , then at to:ian4 U j I'.n.
Tli 11:11 l.M from Palama lor I'unahou only goes
to Walkiki on SaturJavs.
Cars leave Fort ani King itreets corner fot Rifle
Ranee at J w anJ vw A.M.
Carslae I art and Klnp s'rees corner for Walklkl
ato.ojA.M. anJeery ij minutes till ioo,p.M then at
ioy ana 11.05 r.m, me m.jj r.i. gu: 11 in
BEHETAMA STREET AND NUUANU VALLEY
CarsIeave.Punahou Stable fur Tonat(joani
for Town and Valley at j w 5 js d o 6 w t 49 T nJ
7,o a.m. . ,
Cars leave OahJ College I "r town and Valley at
6:jq 6 sv and ?;io A,U and ever 10 minutes till 10 10
P.M. except the e en hour and half, hour cars which
run from (he Stable
Cars leave Nuuanu Valley at 6io 6'jo 6 50 A. n ani
every 10 minutes thereafter till 10 so P.M
Cars leave fort and Queen streets for Punihou
Collect at 6 oj 6.2 64) AM and every 10 minutes
after till gfP.. After that the cars run ta the
Stable up to 1 1 ,50P.M. which Is ihe last car from Town,
reaching ih Stable at ii:jqP n.
ON CALL ALL NIGHT.
AUTOMOBILE CO., LTD.
Coupon Books Sold, Special Rates
made for "Automobile Parties,"
NOTE Drivers are not allowed tn make
any rates except thow furnished by the
company. Ask driver to see rate sneet.
In case of dispute as to fare, pay driver
amount claimed, take rebate slip and call
at office. We will Rlailly adjust any dif
ference. Office on Klne St., near Judiciary Bid.
' LOUIS T GrtANf, Manager.
mi mm atuniig
Now York, May 29. It Is probable
the American Line steamship St. Paul,
which sailed today for Southampton,
will hnvo a chance to thoroughly test
her new engines on the trip, ..The St.
Paul usually arrives at Southampton
the afternoon of the Wednesday after
sailing. On board Is Clement A. Oris
com, president of the American Line.
He Is going over to attend a banquet
of the London Board of Trade, to take
place next Wednesday night, and the
slightest delay In the arrival of the ves
sel on the other side will mean that
tho president of the line will arrive too
late to attend the dinner. Another rea.
eon for Grlscom's trip Is said to be
that he wants to confer with J. P. Mor
gan on steamship business. There Is a
possibility, however, that Morgan may
sail for this country before Orlscom
Criscom la not the only member of
the New York Chamber of Commerce
who Is racing across the Atlantic In
the hope of being In time for the Lon
don Chamber of Commerce banquet
His rival Is J. W. Mackay, president of
the Commercial Cable Company, and
ho Is aboard tho White Star liner Teu
tonic, which left this city two hours
behind the St. Paul.
Seven Mast Schooner
Now to be Built
New York, 'May 23. A special to th
Sun from Boston says:
Several of the leading shipbuilding
concerns on the Atlantic Coast are pre
paring bids for the construction of a
scven-mnstcd steel schooner destined
to be the largest cargo carrier of that
type afloat. This vessel is the first of
n fleet of seven, whl-h will bo con
structed by a syndicate. The craft will
cost, when ready for sea, about S230,
000. The schooner Is designed by B. D.
Crownlnshleld, Roston naval architect,
who Is also a shareholder, as are Cap
tain Crowley, Thomas W. Lawson and
every member of his famllj, and others
In Roston. In point of size the schooner
will be the largest sailing craft ever
built in this country, and It Is expected
that her earnings as a cargo carrier
will be large. Her length, on deck, will
be 390 feet, length on the keel 333 feet,
and load water line 370 feet. Her beam
will 1st SO feet at tho widest point, and
depth of hold 30 feet. She will draw 26
feet of water, when loaded to her limit,
and will displace 11.500 tons, or about
the same as a modern battleship, and
1.000 more than can be carried by tho
six-masters, George W. Welts and Elea
nor A. Percy.
Camara & Co. can now be found o4
Alakea street between King and Mer
Keeps Constantly on Hand
MILLER & .LUX'S Prime Beef, Mut
ton, Pork and Veal. Tho StandarU
Meats of the Coast. Nothing better to
bo had. Wo aro Sole Agents for tho
FISH Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Stur
geon, Sole, Smelt, Shad, Carp. Rock
Cod, Sea Bass, Crawfish, Crabs, Etc.
POULTRY AND (JAMB Turkeys,
Geese, Chickens, Quail, Canvas Hack,
Mnllartl, Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian
8MOKED MEATS Hams, Bacon,
Sausages, fresh every day. Tongues,
Clipped Beef, Etc. Also 'Sweet Bread,
Brains, Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calves'
Feet and Heads, Etc.
BUTTER, Eggs, Cheese, Pickles,
Chow Chow, Saucr Kraut, Apples,
Pears, Grapes. Potatoes, Onions, Cab'
bage. A full supply of Fruits and
OYSTERS Fancy, large or small, In
shell or tans.
Hardly a thing that you could wish
for but what Is to be had at our mar
ket. TBLFPHONB-MA1N 210.
HENRY ST. GOAK
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular aitsatloa tlysa la suichss. aaS aala al
Hawaiian Sit" Stock.
Loans Nsfotlataa. Eaitara aal foislta Slaska
408 California St.,
San n-nnclsco. Cal.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AMD BOFD BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
Stock and Bond Broker
Msntsf at Hawaii.., Slock Eicbaora.
Mclmirny Block, Fort Htraxt.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Broker.
Mtabsi al Ita Hoaolula Slock lickaaia.
Office Quoon street, opposite Union
Wants To Do Away
With the Old Office
EXECUTIVE OFFICER IS
ATTACKED BY MOBSMAN
Prendergast Charges the Board of
Health With Making the Plague
Secretary is Raised to $ 1800
Considerable Headway Made.
Emmeluth took tho floor In tho
Houso yesterday and bravely assaulted
the Land Commissioner's ofllcc. Al
though his attempts were earnestly
made, they were of no avail. The offlco
was thcro to stay. ,
"Mr. Sneaker," Emmeluth began In
the preliminary skirmish, "we do not
want to stultify ourselves by appro
priating ono cent townrda this office.
This belongs to tho past, and past con
ditions are not what wo want to per
petuate. I am In favor of striking
out tho office entirely as nothing can
be done with our lands until the ar
rival of the Land Commissioner from
Washington. This government still
continues to hold executive sessions
and contrary to tho N'ewlands Resolu
tion, still sells valuablo land and wa
ter rights exclusively to a favorite
class. There has never been one real
homestead that Is, a plot on which
a man may llvo and earn his dally
bread found In this Islands under tho
Dolo Homestead Law.'
"Is this economy?" asked Makekau.
"Throwing away thousands of dollars
to savo a few. I fail to see the method
In your madness."
"This bureau Is an outrage on tho
public," replied Emmeluth. "I do not
believe In treating the people the way
that bureau has. It filches so much
money out of a buyer that, when flnnlly
he gets his land, he has no money left
with which to cultivate It. Mr. Make
kau's statements are a decided surprise
Makekau camo back at htm by say
Ing: "I am hero for tho present, not
"Lands have been sold to fnvorltns
In the past," continued Emmeluth.
"Some members of tho Cullom Com
mission secured some well located plots
In Hllo for 5 and ncrc, while the poor
unfortunates had to huv backwoods at
auction tor from 115 to $10 an acre.
By our platform, wo should remedy
prevalent evils and this certainly Is
one. what has the Home nule party
done In these two sessions, but create
conditions for Republicans, and pay
salaries to Republicans? And for all
this kindness, two years from now thn
Republicans will walk off with thn
Home Rule party well pocketed. Stick
by what little principles we have left,
and fight accordingly."
Dickey said that ho had In mind over
a hundred homesteaders who wcro
earnlngn good living off the Dolo home
steads, and proceeded to name several
men who arc waxing fat and rich.
Mossman felt that the office was one
of tho most important in the govern
ment and suggested that he bo recom
pensed to tho extent of (7200.
After a little more talk, this propo.
Prendergast also delivered n long
lecture on tho Hoard of Health. Ho
stated In his usual Infallible manner
that tho Hoard had concocted the
plague so that they might get their
hands on the 11.000,000 surplus vhtch
nas then In tho Treasury.
Makekau passed a few remarks on
cheap talk. "A man might say ho was
going to heaven," said Makekau, "but
the saying of It does not placeh him
there by a long ways.."
Tho Executive Officer came In for a
long discussion. Mossman stated that
the present Incumbent hadn't enough
ability to doctor a sick horse. The
office was finally reinstated.
The following salaries were, Inserted
during tho afternoon:
Two harbor mastcrB, )C000; pilots'
watchman at Diamond Head, 1SOO;
pilots' watchman in pilots' oHlcc Jl.
440; Commissioner of Public Lands,
97200; secretary and sub-land ngent fot
tho 5th district, 11200; clerk, 12100;
messenger, (1200: sub-agent, clerk and
ranger of 1st land district, $2100; sub
agent for 2d land district, J1200; sub
agent for 3d land district, J9C0; Bub
agent for 4th land district, J1200; sub
ngent fur Cth land district, 720; ftv
rangers, each 17211; uoani or ueatin
cxecutlvo officer, J1SO0; secretary, l,
The president of tho Hoard of Health
was left without remuneration.
Tho Survey Department was refer
red to Dickey, 'Mnssmun anil flccktey
as a committee of investigation.
The following petition was received
"I have the honor to beg your as
sembly's attention once more, for tho
consideration of tho (110 over paid Into
tho Treasury Kebrunry, 1899, account
of KIneB and Costs; and I do hereby
humbly petition your honorable as
sembly to rc-lmburso mo for tho nforo
"H. M. DOW."
Tho Houso adjourned about 1
tlnrilnn nt Knmchnmclin.
Dr. David Starr Jordan of Stanford
University will preach tho morning ser
mon at Ulshop Memorial chapel Sun
day. He will nlso deliver tho com
mencement address nt tho Knmchamc
ha Bchools on Juno 27. Principal Dyka
of Kamchameha, Is a graduate of Stan
ford and Mrs. Dyke was formerly a
member of tho faculty of that Institution.
Instruments filed for record June , toot.
Second Party Class
D Wulbers et al
J A Dowsett M
Laupahoenue S Co Agr
(3 Lycurgus P A
J Lycurgus D
W Klnger L
A S Fame M
Inslrumeuts Filed forrccord June 6, rot.
Lam Ylm Quon
J J Egan et al
Chung Poy Fat
Chung Poy Fat
RECORDED MAY 20. 1901.
Pang Chong and wlfo to C. Notley.
Sr., M.; 'May 18. 1901; Por. R. P. 3.C63.
Knllhl. Honolulu, Oahu. $2,000, for 2
years at 8 per ct. Dook 220. page 2C0.
W, C. Achl and wife to W. O. A. Sle-
bcrt. D.; April 26, 1901; Lots 19 and 20,
Illock 4, Puunul Tract. Honolulu, Oahu.
$1,900. Hook 222, page SOS. .
J. II. Schnack and wife to M. Fcrclra.
D,; April 18, 1901; Lot 5, Illock D of
Kul. 85, Nuuanu, Honolulu, Oahu. $350.
Dook 222, page 307.
h. L. McCandloss to Chong Chow, I,.;
November 22, 1900: piece land, Wat
malu, Ewa, Oahu. 12 years January 1,
1901, at $30. Dook 218. page 21C.
D. .II. Drown and nlfo to Mrs. A.
Lewis, I).; March 13. 1901; piece land
Ponahawal stret. Hllo, Hawaii. $2,000.
Hook 219, pago 333.
D. Ewnllko and wife to T. H. Davles
& Co., Ltd., M.; August 22, 1901; Lot
73. Kalnlkl, Hllo. Hawaii. $778.80, at
8 per ct. Dook 220. page 257.
Ah Chugau to Lee Hlng, C. M.; April
18, 1901; leasehold. live stock, etc.,
Maul. $490, for 15 months. Dook 220.
Yoshlno to Sakowlchi Furosho, D.;
January 13, 1898; R. P. 3,718, Awawal
kl, North Hllo, Hawaii. $200. Dook
223, page 182.
D. II. Drown and wife to Mrs. A.
Lewis, D.; March 13. 1901; piece land
Ponahawal street. Hllo, Hawaii. $2,000.
Dook 222, page 303.
J, de S. Azevedo to Pang Chong. Rcl.;
May 20, 1901: Por. R. P. 3,663,'Kallhl,
Honolulu, Oahu. $1,400. Book 207,
D. Kalaukcla to W. D. Rice. Rcl.;
May 3. 1901; R. P. 160, Kuls. 1.6S3 and
9.375, Manana, Etta, Oahu, $115. Dook
187, page 377.
Yamasakl to II. Hackfvld & Co., Ltd.,
C. M.; May 11. 1901; leasehold, build
Ing. merchandise, etc., Hookena, North
Kona. Hawaii. $500, with Interest
Book 220, pago 259.
W. D. lllco and wife to C. F. Rice. D.;
May 15. 1901; Ap. 2. II. P. 160, Kul.
1.683. Katuaokamakuu. Ewa, Oahu.
$160. Book 222, page 306.
O. K. Keawchaku to Young Hee, D.;
May 13, 1901: Interest In II. P. 6,124.
Kul. 3.448. Mookahl. Walehu, Maul.
$50. Book 222, page 206.
S. W. Nawahle and wife to S. Hook,
D.: March 30. 1901: Helu 778. Kalala 2,
North Kohala, Hawaii. $100. Dook
223, page 183.
RECORDED MAY 21. 1901.
C. W. Dooth and wife to C. Spreckcls
& Co., M.; May 13, 1901; Por. Ap. 1,
R. P. 406, Kul. 1,282, Nuuanu street,
Honolulu. Oahu; piece land Nuuanu
street, Honolulu, Oahu; Por. R. P. 302,
Pacific Heights. Honolulu, Oahu. $5,
000. for 1 year at 8 per ct. Dook 221,
Chinese. Young Men's Christian Asso
ciation to Goo Kim, D.: May 13, 1901;
Cemetery Lot '7. Punchbowl S.ope, Ho.
nolulu. Oahu. $50. Dook 223, page 189,
1.. J. de Canha and wlfo to Farm
Cornn. D.; May 20. 1901; Por. II. P
1,945, Kul. 387, Punahou, Honolulu.
Oahu. $1,200. Dook 222. page 316.
F. Andrade to C. Sprcckels & Co..
M.; May 20, 1901: Interest In Or. 200,
Minoa, Honolulu, Oahu. $3,000. for 2
years nt 7V4 per ct. nook 220. pago 270.
E. Rycroft and husband to L. Holies.
M.; May 21, 1901; Lots 17, 18. 19, 37, 33
and 39 of Or. 3.400. Kulaokahtia, Hono
lulu, Oahu, $3,500, for 1 year at 8 per
ct. Dook 220, page 272.
Farm Cornn to S. W. Wilcox. M.:
May 20. 1901; Por. R. P. 1.915. Kul. 387.
Punahou, Honolulu, Oahu. $800, for 3
years at 8 per ct. Dook 221, page 417.
Kelllaa to E. J. Benjamin. D.: May
17, 1901; Interest In Gr. 2,641, Honoka
lanl, Hana, Maul. $8C. Book
A. V. Callaghan to A. J. Campbell,
D.; April 16, 1901; Or. 4.399, Kamatll.
Puna, Hawaii. $2,500. Hook 223, pago
P. Kumalae and wlfr to First Bank
of Hllo, Ltd.. M.; May 10, 1901; Ap. 2.
R. P. 2.976, North Hllo, Han all. $300.
for 1 year at 10 per ct. Honk 221, pago
Queen's Hospital to E. Itycroft, It el.;
May 20, 1901; Por. Q. 3,400, Kulaoka-
htm. Honolulu, Oahu. $2,000. Book
204, pago 369.
Kclllpolna to Pang Kau et al., I..;
May 4, 1901; Ap. 1, Kul. 4,219. Honoka
val, Lnhalnn, Maul. 10 years from dato
at $10. Dook 21S. page 320.
E. C. Judd to L. W. Sayrcs.p.; De-
ccmbcr 6, 1900; piece land Maklkl, Ho
nolulu, Oahu. $5,100. Dook 222, page
T. Dan nnd wife et al. to C. W.
Booth, V.; January 31, 1901; I'or. Ap. 1,
R. P. 400, Kul. 1.282. Nuuanu strect.Ho
nolulu, Oahu; piece land Nuuanu
street, Honolulu, Oahu. $5,050. Dook
222, page 312.
O. Brown to II. Birch, D.; May 20,
1901; Por. Kul. 0.450, Knllhl. Honolulu,
Oahu. $266. Ilnok 223, page 187.
W. 'M. Campbell to r. M. Sinclair,
D.; April 12. 1901; Por. Lot 38, Block
D, Baseball Tract, Honolulu Oahu.
$150. Dook 223, pago 186,
Lal Say and wlfo to Dank of 1 1. 1 wall,
Ltd., M.; May 18, 1901; Pdr. Ap. 4, II.
P. 1.9S5, Kul. 6,245, Kamakela, Hbnolu
lu. Oahu. $2,000, for 2 years at 8 per ct
Honk 221, page 409.
Knalnnllnlo and husband to D. lhlhl,
D., May 11, 1901; piece land Main
FOr KB VULiJtRS.
Tt.U.llrUl.A I.,, ,,(
uttlii'ir omiii"iiit-fur itai
Biiiiill !iUf. U lM.tr. I III
tritium uf Hie U'tt. hnur
iHrntutt'oiiifiirt to it rim.
llii wail luvNti.t.1
"IWUIS.)" Urtnn full infwriniiion h-i "Uiiii,m-1l
tdY nn iwHfit trv. M tni 'm IhU in It I, ( fill .r mUrM
street, Lahatna, aMul. $C0. Dook 223,
Seo Tal Wat Co. to , Co. P. D.;
May 1, 1901; raising rice, etc., Hanalei,
Kauai, Capital, $8,C00. Dook 2,214, page
Hyman Bros, to Lal Say et al., Rcl.;
May 18, 1901; piece land DereUnla
street. Honolulu, Oahu; leasehold, etc.,
Walalua, Oahu. $1,500. Dook 129, pago
RECORDED MAY 22 1901.
Jas. Nott, Jr.. to S. F. Nott, M.; May
IS. 1901; machinery, etc., In plumbing
business, Honolulu, Oahu. $950, at 8
per ct. on demand. Dook 220, page 267.
Pang Ing to Look Chong, 1).; May
22, 1901; Por. Ap. C, Kul. 11.215, Kala-
wahlne, Honolulu, Oahu. $1,600. Dook
222, page 317.
Hancoo and husband to L. L. Mc
Candlcss. D.; May 22. 1901; It. P. 3,082,
Kul. 6,844, Kalauao, Ewa, Oabu. $500.
Dook 223, page 190.
A. Marques to Mrs. F. M. Decker, D.;
February 25. 1899; Por. R. P. 1.915,
Punahou, Honolulu, Oahu. $1,300. Dook
222, page 218.
H. V. Turner to Hawaiian Trust &
Investment Co., Ltd., et al., P. A.; Oc
tober 31. 1901; special powers. .
Rook 224. pago 104.
F, M. Decker nnd husband to A,
Marques, D.; May 22, 1901; Por, R. P
1,915,. Punahou, Honolulu, Oahu. $2,000,
and mortgages $1,000. Dook 222, pago
S. Parker to F, Wundenberg, P. A.;
May 8, 1901; general powers. .
Book 224, page 103.
S. Parker to J. F. Woods, Rcl.; May
21, 1901; Kahua Ranch, etc.. North and
South Kohala, Hawaii. $32,000. Book
196, page 214.
A. W. Carter, Tr., to S. Parker, Rcl.;
May 21. 1901; mortgage Woods on Ka
hua Ranch, Kohala, Hawaii. $12,000
Book 207, page 114.
T. H. Davles to J. F. Woods, Rcl.;
May 21, 1901; Ap. 2, R. P. 1,068. Kul.
852D. Ahp. Walka; Kul. 7.715, Ap. 4,
Aph. Kahuallllll. R. P. 780. leaseholds,
etc., Kalala, etc., live stock, Kahua
ranch, North and South Kohnla, Ha
waii. $20,000. Dook 163, page 236.
Aug. Hanebcrg to S. Parker, Par,
Rcl., May 21, 1901; mortgage Woods on
Kahua Ranch, etc., Kohala, Hawaii.
$20,000. Dook 220, page 275.
J. Walohlnu nnd wlfo to Hamakua
Mill Co., M.; May 1, 1901; Or. 1.557
and R. P. 4,725, Hamakua, Hawaii. $570,
for 5 years at 10 per ct. Hook 221, page
F. L. Hoogs nnd wlfo to W. F. Allen.
Tr.. M.; May 22, 1901; piece land Makl.
ki. Honolulu, Oahu. $3,472, for 2 years
at 8 per ct. Book 220, page 276.
J. F. Woods and wlfo to W. O. Irwin.
M.: May 20. 1901; R. P. 1.668, Kul. 8.
520D, Ap. 2, Ahp. Walka; Kul. 7,715.
Ap. 4. Ahp. Kahuallllll; R. P. 780, Ka
lata; leaseholds, live stock, etc., Kahua
Ranch, North and South Kohnla, Ha
wall. $30,000, for 5 years at 7 per ct.
Book 221, pago 419.
RECORDED MAY 23. 1901.
Bishop & Co. ct al. to Walklkl iJind
and Loan Association, Ltd., D. S.; Mny
22, 1901; 2 leaseholds nnd agreements,
Honolulu, Oahu. . Dook 224, page
E. Kamakolu to U Knl'o, Tr.. D.;
May 22, 1901; piece land Insane Asylum
Road, Honolulu, Oahu. $1.00. Book
522 nann 320.
Ahl to C. H. W. Ahl. P. A.: May 22,
1901; gcneVal powers. . Dook 224,
A. F. Cooke to W. W. Wright, L.J
March 2, 1901; piece land King and
South streets Honolulu, Oahu. 15
years from March 20, 1901, at 5 years
at $1,240, 5 years at $1,500, 5 years at
$1,800. Dook 218, pago 323.
Young Choy to U. Auld, Stir, u; May
23. 1901; 2 pieces land Nuuanu street,
Honolulu. Oahu. . Dook 218. pag
J. G. Kcamohull to L. Akana & Co.,
L.i May 22, 1901; R. P. 5,456. Kul. 1.060,
Walplo, Hawaii. 15 years from Janu
ary 1, 1901. nt $C0. Dook 218, page 321.
Dlshop & Co. to Miss A. P. Jones,
Rcl.; March 18, 1901; Lot 3. Illock 2.
McCully Tract, Honolulu, Oahu. .
Book 222. page 323.
Walklkl Land and Loan Association,
Ltd.. to Miss A. P. Jones, D.; March 18,
1901; Lot 3. Dlock 2, McCully Tract,
Honolulu, Oahu. $1,300. Dook 222,
L. Kalo to E. Kamakolu et al., D.:
May 22, 1901; Vi Interest In houso and
lot. Insane Asylum Road, Honolulu,
Oahu. $1.00. Dook 222, pago 322.
A. P. Jones to S. C. Allen. M.; May
; Lot 3. Dlock 2, McCully Tract.
Honolulu, Oahu. $1,300, for 3 years at
7 per ct. Book 220, pago 278.
E. McC. Hlgglns to Queen's Hospital,
A. M.; May 22. 1901; $130,000 mortgage,
Wnlklkl Land nnd Loan Association
(on lands nt Walklkl, Honolulu, Oahu).
$1.00. Book 221, page 423.
Chun Afong toP. K. Henry and hus
band, Rcl.;, January 2. 1900; lands nt
Koolaupoko, Oahu. $1,700. Book 123,
W. W. Wright to Auk. Drcler. C. M.v
May 22, 1901; carrlAgo nnd blacksmith-
Ing business, Fort street, Honolulu,
Oahu. $20,000, for 5 years nt 7 per ct
Book 221, page 424.
lilG KU8II TO NOME.
Seattle. Wash.. Xlay 30. It Is esti
mated that COO men aro In tbe city
waiting transportation to Nome. ".MI
sold nut" Is tho Invariable answer they
receive at tho transportation oRlcce.
Tho Senator, which will snll today.
will hava approximately 300 passen
gers, nnd thn officers of the Pacific
Coast Steamship Company declare that
they could All another steamer If they
had one. Tho Senator has all the
freight sho can carry.
The Centennial, which sails for Nome
Saturday, will uavo in the neighbor
hood of 400 passengers nnd 1,500 tons
of freight. A like number of passcn
gers arc booked on tho St. Paul, which
leaves June 8. The Valencia, which or
rived In port from San Frnnrlsco cs
terday, and the Humboldt am sched
tiled to sail Saturday. Both will have
lorgo crowds of peoplo bound for Nome.
Krugcr lop Arliltnitlnn.
Ixindim, May 30. A dispatch to ihe
Standard from Brussels sn)S that
Krueger has formally petitioned thn
International Arbitration Court to In
tervciio to scttlo tho South African
ueatlon. Tho court 'will shortly b
convened but will certainly proclaim
that It Is not competent to deal with
Realty and Maturity Co.
CAPITAL, - $S'0,000,
DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE,
Loans, Mortgages, Bonds, etc. Sud-dlvl
ders of tracts of city property; houses bull'
on easy terms; all sorts of documentsdrawt
on short notice, t a moderate charge; word
We also Issue, as an especial feature, to
parties who have monsy 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 262.
Phone Main 141. Office, 32 King streets
over Cille & Cooke's.
In consequence of the appointment of
the Hun. Geo. Gear to the Circuit Bench
as znd Judge, Ihe firm of Davis and Gear
Is dissolve. Geo. A. Davis will occupy
the same offices and continue the active
practice of his profession. , l8Qg-tf
All accounts standlnz three months or
over, and not paid within is days after
tins notice, will be handeJ for collection.
June 1. loot.
N.S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO., LTD.
At a meeting of the directors of the
ORPIIEUM COMPANY, LTD., held this
dav. an assessment of xo.i on the assess
able stock was levied, payable on June 1st
ana delinquent juiy ist.
ORPHEUM COMPANY, LTD :
BY JOHN F. COLBURN,
May 27, loot Secretary pro tem ..
We hereby beg 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 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.
lHtf D. H. DAVIS, Manager.
To Whom It May Concern.
Honolulu, May 27, 1901.
Notice Is hereby given that the American
schooner "H. D. Bendlxsen," whereof M.
Olsen Is Matter, 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 consignee of cargo, of the vessel's
readiness to discharge same as per terms of
Master Am. Sc. "H.D. Bendlxsen."
Call and see us before buying
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Mono
mania! Co., Ltd.
f FL 7 MAIN.
.76 KING ST.
W. H. THONE; Proprietor.
W. C. ACHI & CO.'
Brokers k Dealers
fWswlll Bo or UilBa,j Estate ia
We will Ball PiopeitUi on BeaaoaV
OFFICE. 10 West Kimo Strect
Real Estate Broker
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs'
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN .,
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Title . . .