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EVENINO BUIETIN, HONOLULU. H. T..
JUNB 7.' 1901 " '
Oceanic Steamship Company
n steamer of tills line will rrlre and leave this port a hereunder:
SONOMA i June
" Local Boat
In connection with the tailing of the abort iteameri the agents ire pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rati
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
York by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLT TO
Wm. 6. Irwin & Co., Limited.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Staafrarl ot Iht atova companUs
ieaa mis port on or aroji
For Japan and China:
AMERICA MARU JUNE G
PEKING JUNE 13
OAELIC JUNE 21
HONGKONG MARU JUNE 29
CHINA JULY 6
DORIC JULY 16
NIPPON MARU JULY 21
PERU '..AUG. 1
For general Inform Jtton
Canadian - Australian Royal
ssrsuastfi of is, abort llaa. rattlat Is contactlo nt tka CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
imvm VaacooTtr, B C . , ni Sur. N. S. W . aaa calllot at Victoria. D. C . Hotolola aal Bilataaa
f DIE XT HONOaLl'LV lit aeoil. 1
FROM VANCOUVER AND VirV
rer SrlifeiM to Sydney
Atintt ,, ,,.My
Moan a .!
Mlowera,,,. m Jiy
i Hciilu'u to Cam.
niral Inforaatloe, apply to
Theo. H. Davlcs &
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 AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sill about July 10.
SrS. HAWAIIAN, 000 tons, to sail -
Freight received at company's wharf. 42J Street, South Brooklin.at all times.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB, "
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Lines of Trayel.
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
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, rortiana, uregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,.
No. 1 Montgomery St.. San Francisco,
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
I4j2 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. It. & L. Co.
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faail City.... lej
7, c. Smith, Qen'l Pan. A Ticket
G. P. Dt wow, Hntwrlntendont
Wilder's 'Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS
(janeral Mauager ot
Tt lou' table. Lift AssurJtnci Socii
O' Uu United BUtesfoi thi Q(U
Off toil UMehtnt itraat, Hi'
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA May 29
VENTURA June 4
lll call it Honoljlu ani
nil jiw ctiow mtnuoitj,
For San Francisco:
HONGKONG MARU JUNB 7
CHINA JUNE IS
DORIC JUNE 22
NIPPON MARU JULY 2
PERU JULY 9
COPTIC JULY 19
AMERICA MARU JULY 2GI,i,rPft ., .), ..r-,,i fn .),. ,k.
I'LKING H X
GAELIC AU0- 13 I
arplv to P. M. S,
Mail Steamship Company.
ilitu below ttati vli I
VROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
Per Vlctorli aal Vancouver (B. C ).
Mm .... ...... i May 8
M'swtM ..June n
Wilt Jut) 1
Mini ..... July )t
M'iwtra .... August tS
3 liropo. For Height ani
Co., Ltd,, Gcn'l Aftcnts.
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 IS $8.
Honolulu Office, Magoon Block.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for jour message
Street Railway Time Table,
KING STREET USE.
Cr Wave Waiklkl for town at 5 4$, 6 1 j. $ s A
ani every ij minute thrlitr til ioji, n'n anj
iijjHM from Wa klkl go to thi Puijioj btaMti
Cr leaeR Ran(,e or Pawaa iw Itch for town at
5 jjA M anJ every t minutes thcreattcTiMI it ctl.M
Cart leaty f'ort ana King streets corinsr for Pa la ma
at 6 iq A n. ana eery 15 m nutes atier t II 11 1
Cars leave for Pa I a ma nly at 9 and 5 jo A H
Lars leave Pala-na for Walk kl 1 4) A anieery
1 minutes it I o, is l h then at 10 i) ani 10 45 I'.m
The nit: iMt trom Palami torPunahou only gees
to WaUlklun Saturiavs
Cars leave Fort ana King streets corner fot Klfle
Range at 5 au anJ to A M
Cars lea t T rt ani King streets corner! r Walk Ik I
aUcsAM anaeverytj minutes Mt 10 ojp.m tlitnat
10 1) ani 11 4$ P M The 11 J5 I' n goes to Walklkl
BERETANK STREET AND M'UANU VALLEY
Cat 1 Punahnu Sntt for Town at 1 ta ani
for Town ani Valley at 3 40 5 50 6 10 6 so 6 40 t ani
7 o A M
Cars leave OahJ Collece lortown ani Valley at
6 Q 6 jo ani t 10 A H ani ever) 10 minutes till 10 10
ph except tne even nour ana nan, nour cars wiucn
run from the Stable
Carsleave Nuuanu Valle at i 10 6 jo 6 jo A M ani
ever 10 minutes thereafter till ie jo P
Car, tt-ava Fort ani Queen ktrttts for Punahou
College at 6 j 6 aj 6 4j a M ani every 10 minutes
after nil g 41 1 M. Alter tlat the cars run tithe
htaMeupton $ot M, which Isthelattcar from Town,
reacmng tne Marie at 11 qhm
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 thove furnished by the
cumpany. AsU driver to tee rate sliect.
In case of dispute as to fare, pay driver
amount clalmeJ, take rebate Mlp and call
at oflice. We w III glailly adjust iny dlf-
Oflice on King St., near Judiciary Bid.
' LOUIS T GRANT, Manager.
Again Seek Cause
For Loss of Maine
Wnthlngton. It la certainly, ,a
Etranr.t freak ot fortune that compels
the United States to maintain that the
battltsblp Maine was not destrojed by
the Sranlards, nor because of their
carelessness. Yet that Is exactly the
position the attorney for the United
States must take before 'the Spanish
Two claims for damages filed with
the commission by relatives of Men
blown up on the Maine bring up tho
Question of responsibility for that ca
tastrophe. In determining upon the
validity ot these claims and It Is un
derstood others will be filed Involving
the same points the Spanish Claims
CommUs'on will have to consider every
feature of the catastrophe,-going fully
Into the evidence, and Anally determine
what caused tho explosion
The necessity for adjudicating the
question arises out of the fact that tho
United States, under the treaty with
Spain, assumed all Indemnity claims,
and the commission, authorized by the
late Congress and now preparing to
begin work, Is the tribunal before
which the cases are to be tried
It has ben generally assumed by ev
cryLody In the United States that the
Spanish authorities In Havana were
responsible for tho explosion that It
was deliberately planned and this
feeling. It will be remembered, was just
nf responsible as sympathy for Cuba
for the war with Spain. A naval court
of Inquiry, after a most exhaustive. In
vestigation, decided that the explosion
was not due to carelessness on the part
of the eSlctrg of tho Maine, but to the
contact of the Maine with tho explo-
cue agency, which was outside. Evl
the foree of the explosion was upward
and from tho outside. Examinations of
plates of the battleship proved this to
the satisfaction of the Naval Board,
I and etperts all testified to that ef-
That Board did not consider the
question whether the explosion was
I caused deliberately by Spanish officials,
I or Irresponsible Spaniards, or was due
I to oarelttsncss In assigning tho ship to
I an anchorage that was dangerous. It
v 111 not matter whether Spain was dc
Hherntelv reannnalhln tnr h nmlnalnn
so long as It Is shown that U was an ex
ternal one. In that eent the United
J States will bo legally liable for the
I claims for damages, because of tho
killing ot sailors or officers aboird tho
I ship. On the other hand, should tho
commission find, contrary to ovcry ex
pectation and to tho findings of tho
Naval Board, that tho explosion was an
Internal ono It will reflect upon tho
capacity of tho officers of that battle
ship and relieve Spain from tho sus
picion ot responsibility for a terrible
calamity that has resulted In n change
of the map and given tho United States
new nnd grave responsibilities.
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers ft Dealers
OT We will Bo o bail Be, EsUUli
U parts of tb group.
OT We will Bell Fropertttion Btaaofr
3FFICE. 10 West Kmo Street
Real Estate Broker
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Title. . . .
HENRY bT. GOAR
Memberi Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention slvan to ro'ebaa. aal aala .1
Hawaiian Sigar Stock
loaitt Nijulaul. Bailara aa4 Paialis Slatka
nd BonJa ,
403 California St.,
Hun Pranelaco. Cal.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOND BROKE?
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
Stock and Bond Broker
M.mttt ot Hawaii..., dtoca Eacbaoca.
Melnerny Block, Fort fltrfet.
A. ,T. OAMPBKLL,
Stook aud Bond Broker
Miatll et tta Hooitulo Stark Uichaai.
ftiBcfl Mnrnra itront, opponlto TJnici
Coelho Greets Hanna
On the Buffalo Midway
The Buffalo Courier of , May 23d says:
Senator Hanna Is probably Ignorant
of the fact that by a b he Baved.a
man from arrest and Imprisonment
while he was visiting tho Midway ,on
Tho man's name Is said to be Hall
and he Is thought to be a Rochester
horseman who spends a portion of his
time In Buffalo, so that he was not al
together unknown to the hundreds ot
Buffalo people who saw the Incident.
He was riding In a jlnrlklsha In the
Japanese village, accompanied by
prescription blonde, and the police who
were concerned in tne matter ner that
both were "sake nl yotte' from drink
ing "bodoshu." It chanced that their
"kuruma" was an Irishman Instead ot
a Jap and could not steer the rickshaw
with the requisite skill.
Mr. Hanna was just passing In the
crowd In his "Ichl-nln-blkl kuruma," or
large one-mnn Jlnrlklsha, when a third
vehicle Jostled tho Hall conveyance. In
a second Hall leaned over and struck
the man pulling It, back of tho car, as
he passed him, knocking him flat. The
crowd closed In. tho police hurried up
and were about to arrest the strlkce
when he stood up and said with pained
"Can't jou sec I nm hurrying to
cntch up with Mr. Hanna. Oh, Mr.
Hanna, (wnlt a moment." Mr. Hanni,
hearing his name, turned nnd bowed. I
The police fell back at the potential
name and the Jlnrlklsha spd out the
gate. Hall and his companion were,
lost In tho throng.
Another Incident which gives Insight
Into the necessarily wide acquaintance
of a great man like the Junior Senator'
from Ohio Is shown by what happened
Instruments ftel for rrcord June 6, iodi.
First Pa-tv Second Party Cla'S
F M Sinclair W M Campbell At
Leong Kong Chan Yee Kong L
Chin Yee Kong Chang ICam Poo L
Bishop & Co .MCovves Rel
N S Sachs F LeJerr r D
J N Kana lu llawn R & M Co M
MrsKekjIa " " " M
W C Wetdon ChrKt'n Church A M
" " &vvf " " ExD
A Golovatv J G Pratt P A
N Golovaty N Mussel "
" BUhip&Co M
bt Antonio B Soc D Campbell A M
Yee Lock et al Hlnz Ylo Sc Co L
UongShoonttal Koi'g Snung et al ti S
Ah Hung et al
lorn Uow PA
S Paavvela U
S M Damon D
Pang Ing D
Sen Wo Yin Co L
S Paavvela & wf
Wat Glng et al
Iritruments filed for record June 7. iqoi
hirst Party Second Party Class
Geo Charman K K George D
HNCarbbeetal CS Martin D
C J Carter WR Parker Rel
1st Am B of H Palolo L & I Co PR
Mrs E Humphreys H N Kahulu A M
MMPavao MlblKa R
RECORDED SIAY 17 1901.
Chang A. Cliong to V. K. Castle, Jr.,
M.; May 15, 1901; Port Kul. 4.70013, Au-
walollmu, Honolulu, Onhti. J3.J00, for
S jcars at 9 per ft. Dooli 221. page 392.
it, milium 10 j. 11. uiue, aiiuu
Ford.; May 10. 1901; R. V. 7.202, Kul.
6,575, Altp. I'clckunu, Molokal. .
Uook 224 page 99.
RECORDED MAY 23, 1901.
P. K. Naivvt nnd wlfo to S. Andrews.
D.; May 18, 1901; interest In It. Ps.
2,302, 2,327 nnd 1.078, Kabanalkl, Wala-
nac, Oalui. 1700. Uook 223, page 191.
Kaupal to O. 7.. W. Walkalal. P. A.;
November 5, 1901; special powers. .
Dook 224. pago 109.
E. McC. Hlgglns to E. P. Cbapln. P.
A.; April 10, 1901; general powers. .
Hook 224, page 111.
RECORDED MAY 21. 1901.
S. J. Harris and Ife to C. Brown,
M.; May 23, 1901; Por. R. P. 1,201, Kul.
2,110, Ap. 2 and right-of-way, Kallhl,
Honolulu, Oahti. $800, for 2 jears at
8 per ct. Book 220. page 231.
K. E. Ashley and husband to Dank
of Hawaii, Ltil , M.; May 22, 1901; Por.
Lot 448, Gr. 3,499, Punchbowl Slope,
Honolulu, Oahu. $4,000 for 2 jcars at
7 per ct. Rook 221, pace 427.
F. Rowold to a. II. Carter, C. M.;
May 24, 1901; mortgagn Sllva on Por.
Or. 3,040, Kallhl, Honolulu, Oahu. J200.
at 8 per cent for 2 jcara. Book 221,
First American Hank of Hawaii. Ltd ,
to Palolo Land and Improvement Co.,
Ltd , Rel.; May 21, 1901; Lots 7, 9, 11.
13, II, Block 203, Palolo Valley, Hono -
lulu, Oahu. $1,000. Book.::!, page 430.
P. Williams to T. Keailhoe, I) ; May
t, 1901; pleco land Pumhon, Honolu
lu, Oahu. 50. Book 223, page 1W.
RIXORDni) MAY 25, lMl.
Oahu Hallway nnd Land Co, to J.
Hopp. Rel.; May 24, 1001; Lbtn 1 and 2,
Block 0. Pearl Cltv, Ewa, Ojuu. 1S0.
Book 129, page 131.
Lin Wal Will Society to United cm-
ncso society, sur. l. ; aia 10, iww
plcco land King 3trect, Honolulu,
Oahu. $100. Book 218. pago 327.
A, McKeaguo to O. L Desha, P. A.;
April 10, 1901; to rclcnso dower tn U.
P. 218. Kul. 1.009, Port street, Hono
lulu. Oahu. . Book 221. pago 1.
A. S. Cleghorn to J. Gtspar. agree
ment; May 10, 190t; IcnBO and coffee at
Kahauloa, S. Kona, Hawaii. .
Book 224. pago 112,
Wong Che,, Tr., to Wong Cheo ct nls .
certificate; May 23, 1901; persons In
terested In lenso In L. 219, P. 81. ,
Book 218, P. 329. .
II. E. Vaity and wlfo to S. M. Da
mon M.; Jnnuary 1, 1900; Pors, R. P.
1,931, Punahou, Honolulu, Oahu. J13,
000, for 1 car at 7 per ct, Book 220,
H. Hcela and husbtnd to S. Apnll-
onn, M ; May 22, 1'JUi; 11. r. zai, ivm.
10,273, Mationnniil, Kv.n, Oahu. J300,
for 4 jtais nt 8 per ct. Book 221, luge
Pnpohnku to M, Kahakaulla, D,;
April 11, 1899; Interest In II. P. 1,331,
at the Hawaiian village earlier. There
tho performance was oter, but Mr. Mc
Connqll ordered a special one for the
The head man of the Milage Is Coel
ho, ho Is a man of affairs in Hawaii
and only came to Buffalo connected
with the Midway that he might hate
the unbeclouded chances to study Am
ericanisms, for he realizes that the tide
sets to that end In his own lgnd.
At home he Is the secretary of the
Republican party of the Islands, and. as
such, many personal letters had passed
(between him and Mr. Hanna, also be'
tnecn President McKlnley, Colonel
Dick and himself. When he heard that
the great man whom he knew so well
through the medium of their letters
was present he hurried to the theater.
It happened that the curtain wns Just
shout to rise, but Mr. Hanna was talk
ing to the manager. He said: "I have
meant to Inquire In coming here wheth
er 5011 know ot a gentleman named
Coelho'ln Honolulu. Ho was formerly
tho editor nf one nf thn hie tinners
! there a brilliant man. I should Judge."
' Why. Mr. Hanna, he Is here with us
there he comes novv!"
The Senator and the Hawaiian shook
hands like brothers, and nt the end of
a considerable conversation on the Ha-
wallan conditions, Mr. Hanna said:
"Well, Mr. Coelho. I am coming to
Buffalo to see jou again this summer.
and I am sorry I am getting to be such
an old man, else I should like very
much to go to Hawaii this winter, and
It I do jou can be assured I will give
011 a Republican party there which
will endure as do our mountains
Good-be, sir, I am more than pleased
to have seen ou."
Kul. 3,'COB, Kancohe, Koolaupoko,
Oahu. $10. Book 222, page 334.
W. C. Achl and wife to V. R. Castle,
D.; Lot 14, Block 4. Puuntii Tract, Ho
nolulu. Oahu. $100. Book 225, page 32.
M. C. Dovvsett to R. N. Turner. P. D ;
May 22, 1901; Lots C and E of Don sett
Homestead, King street, Honolulu,
Oaiiu. . Book 222. pago 327.
A. V. Gear and wife to Avvlnl Coffee
Fruit nnd Stock Co , Ltd , I).; May C,
1901; R. P. 4,433, Avvlnl. North Koliala,
Hawaii: $1,271. Boole 222, page 329.
C. A. Peterson and wife to Avvlnl
Coffee, Fruit and Stock 90, Ltd,
May C, 1901; R. P. 4,435, Awlnl, North
Kohnln. Hawaii. $1,000. Book. 222,
J. S. Murray and wife et nl. to Awlnl
Coffee. Fruit and Stotk Co , Ltd , D.;
l'att-nt. 4,438, Aw Inl. North Koliala. Ha.
wall. $1,200. Book 222, page 331.
W. R. Castle to Honolulu Clay Co,
Ltd . D.; May 23. 1901; Lot 14. Block 4.
Puttntil Tract, Honolulu, Oahu. $1,750.
Book 223, page 34.
F. A. Schaefcr Co. to A. A. Colnlot,
A. M.; May 17. 1901; mortgage Lonrcy
on piece land Lunallo street, Honolulu,
Oahu. $12,500. Book 220, page 286.
Walalua Agricultural Company, Ltd ,
to R. P. Bishop, Snr. L.; May 27. 1901;
lands at Paalaa, Walalua, Oahu. $1.00.
Book 81, page 105.
Wm. R, Castle to R. Law. A. M.;
May 18, 1901; mortgage Ahlo on 2
pieces land Palamn, Honolulu, Oahu
$1,200. Book 221. page 01.
L L McCandless to W. M. Campbell.
Rel.: May 21, 1901; Lot 2S. Block A
of Gr. 3,400, Kulaokahua, Honolulu,
Oahu. . Book 222, page 337.
P. Muhlendorf ct al. tn W. M. Camp
bell. D.: May 21. 1901; Lot 28. Block A
of Gr. .1,100, Kulaokahua, Honolulu,
Oahu. $1,000. Book 222, pago 337.
J. M. Kaneakua to L. M. McKcague,
D.; April 30, 1901; Interest In II. P.
218, Kul. 1.CC9, Kaakopua, Honolulu,
Oahu. $150. Book 222. pago 335.
M. Kahakaulla to C. Bolte. D ; May
21, 1901; R P, K19I. Kul. 3.700B. Kn
neohc. Koolaupoko. Oahu. $240. Book
222. pago 331.
H. Smith to J. II. Barenaba. Rel.;
May 23, 1901; R. P. 1.022, Kul. 1,0711
Hcela, Koolaupoko. Oahu; R. P. 1 500,
Kul. 0 233, Ap. 3. Nuuaint, Honolulu,
Oahu. $200. Book 129. page 172.
J. H. Barenaba to C. Bolte. D ; Feb
ruary 23, 1901; In'erest In R. Ps. 7.251
and 1.022 and 1.430, Koolaupoko, Oahu,
$03. Book 222, pago 332
Kane to Kahakumakalanl. D ; May
22, 1901; Interest In R. P. 854, Kamana.
mil. W'alaliiJi O-ihu. $100. Book 223.
C. C. Allen and husband to II, P.
IHVlwIn, D.; May 20. 1901; Por. Gr. 771
iHaat Kntipnltulua, lianialuialoa, jiatil
.iiosu. noon :sj, pago ij.
C. C. Allen nnd husband to Maul
nnllroad L Steamship Co , Ltd . D.;
May 20, 1901; Pm. Or. 771. East Knu
pakiilua, Hamnkualoa, Maul. $1,030.
Book 223, page 193.
RECORDED MAY 27, 1901.
J. D. Wlllard to W. E. H. Deverlll.
A. L ; May 20. 1901! leasehold, Walnl-
ha, Katil. $1,100. Book 218, pago 330.
Hacna to Ogavva. L; May 10, 1901;
right of way and water right, Walnlha,
Kauai. S cara from date at $1.00 per
annum. Book las, page 331.
G. P. Wilder and wife to Hawaiian
Trust and Investment Co, Ltd., P. A.
May 23, 1901; general powers.
Book 224, pigo US.
Kelllkekucwa and husband to Mall-
nnn, n ; interest in ur. wo, iveopuKa,
Koolau, Maul, April 10, 1901. $10.
Book 223. pago 35
K. de S. P. Cura and wlfo to E. do
S. P. Cura. D., Juno 1, 1900; Lot 9.
Block D Vllln Pranca. Hllo, Hawaii.
$100. Book 225, pago 30.
Tlrst Porelgn Church of Hllo to Kl-
rot rrn nni,LMs.
rii mwitpui it u-v t f
ul tl 1 unn Iiuihb It 11
tm til ,ri n it hi It
tl ll UK' tilt ti (Aft II
UviiiHif 11 Ii rt it 11 trui
.at T"J" 1. " . liirta.1 . ii It a Mia ! nil'
- - ttljj'j. " W orl ilmitnrulH n Mil
' l Mrrs tii voii I Vfriltmie
"nVlflKa. " (rlvlrB fnll ti U rtu dUm in. (V-t In l
ktflTPnrtxftiiit hm lmiillii fthi l, U
1A0IITIC TIUU Cn u-"'''-.rt4"-.ui.iifltAtin;ca
' nflK flllBK'av
Vi- S H t
lauca Masonic Lodge, No. 330, D ; Feb
ruary 10, 1901; Lot 9, Row C, Halal
Hill Cemetery, Hllo, Hawaii; Lot 9,
Row D, Halal Hilt Cemetery, Hllo, Ha
waii. $160. Book 225, pago 37.
Kaula to Plllwale IIIUI, D.; January
31, 1888; Interest In plcco land Kawal-
nul, Hllo, Hawaii. . Book 223,
Makalo to A. C. Palfrey, IJ.; May 22,
1901; Interest In R. P. 1,352, Puuohal,
Hllo, Hawaii. $10. Book 222, page 338.
S. E. Knlclkau to K. Kalclwohl, D.;
Mnrch 20. 1901J Por. R. P. 4,119, Kul.
4.405 II. H., Papalna 2. Walehu, Maul.
$128, Book 222, pago 339.
II. Bcermann and wlfo t F. Mcjcr,
M.; May 1, 1901; Lot 90, King-street
Tract, Honolulu, Oahu. $550, for 1 year
at 7 per ct. Book 221, page 430.
W. M. Campbell to Trs. Oahu College,
M.; May 25, 1901; Lot 38, Block B ot
Gr. 3,400, Kulaokahua, Honolulu.
Oahu; Lot 28, Block A of Grant 3,400,
Kulaokahua, Honolulu, Oahu. $1,000,
for 3 ) ears at 8 per ct. Book 221, page
Paupau to W. K. Makakoa. P. A.;
May 20, 1901; special powers. .
Book 224, pago 110.
J. Xoa to Koloa Sugar Co , Ltd , L.
May 17, 1901; water right of R. P. 4.053,
Kul. 10,478. Koloa, Kauai, 20 years from
date at $20. Book 218, page 335.
A. K. Mlka to Koloa Sugar Co , Ltd ,
L; May 11, 1901; water right of R. P.
0 312 and Or. 700. Koloa, Kauai. 20
ears from dato at $tS. Book 218, page
W. Charman to Koloa Sugar Co.,
Ltd , L ; ; water rights of R. P.
5,200 and Gr. 3 605. Koloa, Kauai. 20
years from date at $10. Book 218, pago
'K. Kauhalelatt to Koloa Sugar Co,
Ltd., L; May 10, 1901; water rights
of It. P. 7,513 nnd Gr. 3,010, Koloa.
Kauai. 20 years from date at $25.
Book 218. pago 332.
Kalama to Lolka, I).; February 15,
1881; piece land Hatawu, Molokal. $2 00.
Book 223, pago 199.
A. N, Kepolkal to C. Brewer & Co
Ltd , D.; May 22. 1901; Interest In It. P.
4.991, Kul. 5.272B, Paunlu and Walaka,
Wnlluku, Maul. $225. Book 223. pago
Nunit (widow) to A. N. Kepolkal, I).;
March C, 1901; R. P. 1,991, Kul. 5.27211,
Paunlu and Walaka, Wnlluku, Maul.
$10. Book 223. page 197.
Trs. Oahu College to E. A. White,
Rel.; May 27, 1901; piece land Maklkl,
Honolulu, Oahu. $800. Book 187, page
J. M. McLean nnd wife to K. E. Ash
ley, D.; May 22, 1901; Por. Gr. 3,130.
Kulaokahua, Honolulu, Oahu. $3,500
and mortgage $3,500, $7,000. Book 225,
E. Lovcll nnd wlfo to G. N. Wilcox.
D ; May 25, 1901; plcco land Mnldmnlu,
Llhuc. Knual. $700. Book 225, pago 3$.
RECORDED MAY 28. 1901.
J. A. Hopper to Seo Hop Wnl, Rel.;
January 21, 1901; leaseholds, rice plan
tations, etc. Ewa nnd Walalua, Oahu.
$5 000. Book 174, pago ltil.
B. B. Bishop to Walalua Agricultural
Co . Ltd . U; October 1. 1900; Por. R. P.
4.475, Kul. 7,713, Paalaa Kal, Wallua,
Oahu. 18 tears and 9 months, at $2,250
per annum. Book 218, page 337. I '
Chung Yet ct nls. to Ewa Plantation
Co. u. s.; January 24, iui; rice plan
tation and leaseholds, Hoacae, Ewa,
Oahu. $3,200. Book 221. pago 118.
O. L. Sorcnson nnd wlfo to F. An
drade. D.; May 24, 1901; Por. of Gr. 30.
Manoa. Honolulu, Oahu. $2,000. Book
222, page 340.
Goo Team ct als. to Wong You et als ,
B. S.; April 25, 1901; leasehold and
grocery business. Smith street, Hono
lulu, Oahu. $0,249 95. Book 224, page
W, F. Froar nnd wife to P. C. Jones.
Ltd., M.; May 25, 1901; Por. Gr. 3.229.
Kalu. Honolulu, Oahu. $10,000, for 4
years at 7 per ct. Book 22G, page 6.
A. Young to W. F. Frear, Rel ; May
25, 1901; Por. Gr. 153, Punahou street,
Honolulu, Oahu; Por. Gr. 3,229, King
and Knmakcln streets, Honolulu, Oahu;
O. R. . L. Co. Bonds. $13,500. Book
1C0, pago 437.
J. F, Jesus and wlfo to I'ortugueso
Mutual Benefit Soclct. M.; ; Lot
5. Gr. 2,453, Pauoi, Honolulu, Oahu.
$1,500, for 2 cars at SVj per ct. Book
226, page 4.
Walalua Agricultural Co . Ltd., to B
P. Bishop. Stir. L ; May 27, 1901; lands
at Paalaa. Walalua, Oahu. $10. Book
84. pago 105.
11. L. Shaw to Tlrst Bank of Hllo, Ltd.
M.; May 18, 1901; Lots 280 and 281.
Olaa, Puna, Hawaii. $000, for 1 car at
9 per ct. Book 220, page 1.
Tho mortuary report for tho month
codling May 31. 1901, has just been Is
sued by tho Board of Health. It shoves
the following deaths by wards: Ward
1, 20; Ward 2, 12; Word 3, 18; Ward
8 and Ward C, 20. Tho total number
of deaths was 84 and. ns usual, tho
Hawaiian lead with 29 or an average of
almost ono per day. Next come tho
Chinese with 10, tho Jnpancso with 15,
Portuguese 7, Orcat Britain 5, Ameri
cans 3 and other nationalities 9. Ac
cording to this showing, the monthly
death rata per 1000 of Inhabitants was
2.13. Of tho deaths reported, 52 vvcro
female and 32 mnio aud tho ages at
which theue died wero as follows: Un
der 1 ear, 14; 1 to 5. 7; 5 to 10, 1; 10
tn 20, 7, 20 to 30, 14; 20 to 40. 10; 40 to
50, 12; 0 to GO, 12; 00 to 70, 2, nnd
over 70, 5. There wero 7 non-residents.
Ten post mortem examinations wcrv
held 7 deaths Investigated, 2 coroner
Inquests and 4 still births.
Following wero the causes of death:
Alcoholism, 2; atelectasis. 1; apoplexy,
1; brain concussion, 1; brain conges
tion, 4; berl-berl, 1; bronchitis, 3;
Brlght's dlsenso, cerebro-splnal fever,
1; convulsions, 1; cirrhosis of tho liver.
1; chronic nephritis, 1; drowning, 2;
dlarrhoen, 1; dysentery, 1; erysipelas,
1; endocarditis,,!; empjema, 1; gas
tritis, 2; gangrene, 1; hemorrhage, 1;
heart (latts), 1; heart (valvo-dlsinse),
1; Inanltlou, 1; lullammatlon of Intes
tines, 0, malarial fever, 2, mlscarrlngo,
1; old age, 2; paruijsls. 1, pericarditis,
1; pneumonia. 11, peritonitis, 3; pla
centa previa, 1; puerperal fever, 1;
poisoning (opium), 1; puerperal bcptl-
tetuln, 1, tpho!d fever, 3; tuberculosis
(pulmonary), 18, tuberculosis (miso
Tho oungest public school teacher
in Wisconsin Is Walter O, Puffer. Ho
Is 10 and has just won his certificate.
THB HAWAIIAN . A;
Realty and Maturity ft.
DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE.
Loans, Mortgages, Bonds, etc Sud-dlvl
ders of tracts of city property; hues btnT
on easy terms; all sorts of documents dravrt
on short notice, at a moderaiecharce; work
We also Issue, as an especial feature, to
parties who have money to Invest a
monthly Installments, a Certificate of
Investment, which Is Interest -bearing froa
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 s&z.
Phone Main 141. Office, 12 King street.
over Castle & Cooke's.
On and after June 5, the Honolulu Mar
ket Co. will make two deliveries: morn
ing, 8 o'clock ; afternoon, 2 o'clock.
HONOLULU MAR nET CO , LTD,
8j;-iw D. II. DAVIS, Manajer.
In C3nedtieftce of the anDointraent of
the Hn. Geo. Gear to the Utcuit Bench:
as 2nd Judge, the firm of Davis and Gear
Is dissolve!. Geo. A. Davis will occupy
the same offices and continue the active
practice of his profession. iSftytf
All accounts standing three months or
over, and not paid within 15 days after
this notice, will be handed for collection.
June 1, 1001.
N.S. SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.. LTD.
The annuil meeting of the stockholders
of the HAWAIIAN SUPPLY CO., LTD., wilt
te held In the office of the company, Nos.
57-01 N. King St.. at 10 a.m., on Satur
diy, June 22nd, toot.
W. Af KOLMAR,
Honolulu. June 5th. toot. lUffit
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
PIONEER ADVERTISING CO.
All persons having claims or new con
tracts with the Pioneer Advertising Cj.
will please present vimeat the office of the:
Co., room 7, Model Block, on or before.
June 13th, 1001. An entire change In the
management of the Company makes thit
request necessary. i3;7-ivr
At a meeting of the directors of the
ORPIIEUM COMPANY, LTD.. held this
day, an assessment of to;; on the alter
able stock was lev led. payable on June 1st
and delinquert July tst.
UKracum uunrANT, liu:
BY JOHN F. COLBL'RN.
May 27, loot Secretary pro tern
We hereby bee to notllv out customers.
and the public generally, that hereafter we
snail insist on teguiar mommy seiuemenu
of all accounts owing us.
Any account remaining unpaid after the
last day of the month fallowing Its con
traction, will be closed, and stops Ukea
for Its Immediate collection
METROPOLITAN MEAT Co , LTD
G. J. WALLER, Marueec
HONOLULU MARKET CO., LTD.
iBntf p. H.DAVIS, Manage
To Whom It May Concern.
Honolulu, May 77, toat.
Notice Is hereby given that the American
s.hooner "H. D. Bendixsen." whereof M.
Olsen Is Mater, has arrivedthfsday front
Newcastle. N.S.W., with cargo of cal
consigned to order The said Mater telnc
unable to locate consignee of carpi or
holder of Bills of Lading, take Ui I course
to notify consignee of ca'go, of the vessel's
readiness to atscnargesameas per teriutf
Master Am. Sc "H.D. Headlxsea."
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. nSl aftCUT.
Tcrrliory of Hiill Al chjmtVri, ia ptttrfi. I
th matirr vf th eite of tjctrfif HrltwH Cm cuifvl.
I'ellt on htvln Utn filf-1 ty G KJla. kmA
Itorof ti Intfttac, rn(ne that tWrfr-lafcrt-trutton
urn uli ntitt it Uuj t DmiJIiirtitu
notlct It hcrrbv eivrn ihit liliatr. fit Wh lm tti
June A D iai, it ten o clock a tn , sni tny U.
poin!j lor net tin r uu ptmion utiit oturi Kooai
of th' Court al Honolulu, at which i v ni aUot atf
rrri ns conctrnci iray apptar ani hhtwcauK.lf aqr
tfivyhavf wh ali ptiitiun twu- Aocfvranr&t,
Honolulu. May h, iw.
U lha Coun
i8qMjy ,iJunT,u CtVilt:
IS THE CIRCUIT COURT. lIPST CtRCUtT,
Trnlmiy of Hawaii At chamtvic. lniok an
ln matter of irirt(ati of Kaaltwii (Vamnt. Urmtt
HonoluU, Oahu, Jrawv1. On raailnar nt tUlac
tte ftl tot ani accounii of tt Alominritar t etc
estate of taU JrCfaitJ, ulicrrin tkaVt bafkhcavo
counts t caamlrr4 ani rrra Ani 4k9abuU
orir b ma J of dli'rltutlun of rt protTty ttmlw
infflnhli hanJuotht pcrtvnnt ttk-nw t nioJ. as
iikcharclna; him from all further reinn&v a
auch aJmlnUtrator It It orii, tta! MmJ4f,r
maiyor juiy. to, 1931, auoaox4v m
th Court Room cf the tali Court al Hond uta, UmM
of Oahu, t and the umi hertty t ppahtiai at cmi
tlmt ani plact for beating tli petit km autaocauaiav
aniinai au pfftonun rtiwjaiaymi atu ngi
pcaranitvhow cautt. If any tncy kaw, tiynwaBr
houlJ not te granted, ani mrprevttV4'ait3.w
to who are enHtlri 10 the uli ivflrcrtv.
By the Gwit
iJO'May t Junat 11 . Qartr,
fj. HAOKFELD k QC.t Led
4EIEHAL C0MMISS1OK iSEITi
0. Fort an J Qafuin ! ..'-
Al. JVHlLLiJf b & UL. ,
WhoUssIt Importeu nnd ,100001
taropein and Americtn Dry
1 0 t and Oaten Btiwtf.
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