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i EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, If. T. FRIDAY. JUt.Y 12. 1001. 7
j-l-m I THBHAWA..AN MM CTffllMKIjWK , . , ,.
Oceanic Steamship Company
atat itMmen of tils line will arrive and leave this port u hereunder:
mOM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
SIERRA ., JULY 17 MARIPOSA JULY 16
ZEALANDIA JULY 27 ZEALANDIA JULY 31
SONOMA AUO. 7 SONOMA AUCJ. 0
MARIPOSA AUO. 17 MARIPOSA AUO. 21
VENTURA AUO. 28 VENTURA AUG. 27
MARIPOSA SEPT 7 MARIPOSA .. .. SEPT. 11
'SIERRA SEPT. 18 SIERRA SEPT. 17
MARIPOSA SEPT. 23 MARIPOSA OCT. 2
SONOMA OCT. 9
Local Boat Local Boat
In connection with the tailing ot the above i teamen the agenta ire pre
pared to Isiue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco 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 AOENT8 OCEANIC 8. B. 00.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of tht above companies will call at Honolulu and
Icava this port on or about the data below mentioned.
For lapan and China:
DORIC JULY 16
NIPPON MARU JULY 21
PERU AUO. 1
COPTIC AUO. 9
AMERICA MARU AUO. 17
PEKINO AUO. 24
GAELIC SEPT. 3
HONGKONG MARU SEPT. 11
CHINA SEPT. 19
For general Information
H. HACKFIBLO ft
TSI4UH. of tie a bora Its, rsutif la couactloa with taa CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
eerereM Vaacotirtr, B. C, aid S-'r. N. S. W., aod calling Victoria. B. C, Hoaolala and Brltbaaa
i nilE AT HONOLVW! Ms) atMlt I liaise below autad Till
FROM VNCoUVER AND K'-JV C
AORANGI AUG.' 3
MOANA AUG. 31
MIOWERA SEPT. 28
asv"rtiroafb Ich.te t.iued fross Hoolalo tal
raaaat aad al aaral Inrorraatloa, apply to
Theo. H. Device fr
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
MEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
. S OREGONIAN. 6,000 tons, to sail about May 25.
S S AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about July 10.
S. S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail -
Freight received at company's wharf. 42d Street, South Brooklln, at all times.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight AgWt.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.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York,
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, -with Barber
Shop, .and Pleasant Rending Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs,
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent.
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
H. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
6. R. & L. Co'
From and After January 1, 1899.
Dally Dally Dalli
am. rJt. rM.
aaolala . . .
F. C. SMITH, Gen Pass. & Ticket Agt.
O. P. DENI30N, Superintendent.
Wiider's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS
General Manager of
Th Hotl'tlDl fil( ASjarMM Rw
Of the United States for the Ha
Offlce. : Mecbant St. : Honolulu.
For San Franeiico:
COPTIC JULY 19
AMERICA MARU JULY 26
PEKINO AUG. 3
GAELIC AUG. 13
HONGKONG MARU AUO. 20
CHINA AUO. 27
DORIC SEPT. B
NIPPON MARU SEPT. 13
PERU SEPT. 21
apply to P. M. S. S. Co.
CO, LTD. AGENTS.
ROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANB
to. Victoria aid Vaacouv.r (B. C):
MOANA JULY 31
MIOWERA AUO. 2Sf
AORANOI SEPT. 25
33 Europe. For helgat aad
Co., Ltd., Gcn'lAftcnte.
Lines of Travel.
YOU CAN DO IT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATB 18 $2.
Honolulu Office, Magoon Block.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for your message
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KING STREET LINE.
Can tcive Wfklki for town At 5 4. 6 is. 6.4s A.M.
nJ rvcrjr i) imiiuic? iiicivbiiiti iu ). "us
11 4$ P M. from Wa klkl co tath I'unahou Stables.
Can leave R Range or Pawaa luh lor town at
5 31A.M. art 4 every 15 minutes thereafter llll n cf.m
Cars leave Hurt an4 King streets corner lor Pal am a
at6,io A.M. an4 every it minutes after till it.tj
Cars leavi for Palama only at j and $'jo A M.
Cars leave Pal a ma for Walkikl $ a t anl every
n minutes till 9 4 P.M , trim at 10.1t. an4 10 45 1M.
The 11:11 P.M. from I'alama lor Punahou only goes
to Walkikl on Saturday.
Cars leave Fori ani Klnj streets corner foi Klfle
Pan ere it ani A 'A.
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Cars leave fort a
ru Ktnz streets corner lor wiikiki
atoosA.M. anJevciy 1 15 minute. lillioo)P.M ilirn at
minutes tiliioo)P.M then at
he ii;js P.M. eoes to Walkikl
lo.y ana ittosP.M. fl
fin Saturdavt itnlv.
BERETANIA STREET AND NUUANU VaUeY
Cars leave Punahou Stable for Toit at j:jo ani
for Town ani Valley at j 40 5'jo 6,10 6 no 6 40 ? ni
Cars leave Oahu College for town ani Valley at
6:10 6. jo ani t.io A.H ani ever) to minutes till 1010
P.M. except me een nour an j nan, nour cars which
run from the Stable,
Carsleave Nuuanu, Valley at 6 10 6.jo 6 jo A,M ani
every 10 mlnutvs thereafter till 10 j P.M.
Cars leave Fort ani Oueen streets for Punahou
College at 6 05 6 aj 6 4 A M ani every 10 minutes
alter fill q 4) f.m, Ainr inai me cars tun i uiv
Stable up to 1 1.50P.M. which Is the lastcar from Town,
reaching inn Stable at in P M.
nUi COMMISSION AuEi?
Cor. Fort and Queen Sts., Honolulu.
Wbolcsalo Importers and Jobners
v'ti taa Amiricin Dry re-
yt W" Queen Pli-ets.
Fine Job Printing at tlio Bul
Realty and Maturity Go.
DEALERS IN REAL ESTATh,
Loan?, Mortgages, Bonds, etc. Sud-dlvl
tiers of tracts of city property; houses bull
on easy terms; all sorts of documents drawi
on short notice, ai a moderate charge; wort
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 262.
Phone Main 141, Office, )2 King street,
over Castle & Cooke's.
ATTORNEY GENERAL DOLE
If anything further were needed to
show to what extent the members ot
the family compact would go In shield.
Inp their hired tools from punishment
for crime it was afforded In the Circuit
Court yesterday when Attorney Gen
eral Dole entered a, nolle prosequi in
the case against Walter O. Smith of
the Advertiser, Indicted for perjury.
In taking this action Attorney Ueii'T.U
Dole has shown that he disgraces kn
position he holds. He has shown that
he is ready nt all times to defeat the
ends of Justice Instead of performing
his sworn duty. It by defeating Justice
he will protect some member ot tho
notorious and corrupt Territorial ad
ministration. Ho has shown that ho
Is devoid of alt shame and professional
honor, and has been guilty of conduct
that in any State In the I'nlon would
result In his Impeachment in ofllcc nnj
his disbarment as an attorney.
As Attorney General he was not
content with tho indictment drawn
against Smith by his depty, but de
stroyed that and drew up nn Indict
ment himself. When the plea In
abatement was filed Attorney General
Dole foiled to file a demurrer to the
plea or take nny action whatever un
til ordered to do so by the court, thus
showing his evident determination to
disgrace his high offlce by performing
duty as attorney for trie defendant In
stead of for the Territory. Kvcn tho
layman knows that not to demur to a
plea In abatement Is to confess thn
plea and thereby destroy the Indict
ment. Hut apparently this learned (?)
legal gentleman did not know this fact
or else If ho did know It, which wo
doubt, ho tried to take advantage ot It
so as to afford a loophole through
which Thurston's hired assassin of
character might escape the penalty of
When directed by tho court to de
mur to the plea In abatement ho took
the plea and wrote across the bottom of
it "I demur to the above plea." Any
fool knows that this was no more a
demurrer to the pfca than If he had
thrown a handful ot sand In the air.
Again was the court compelled to In
terfere and Instruct tho gentleman to
perform his sworn duty and file a de
murrer to the plea In proper and legal
form. Then this aliened prosecutor
of criminals wanted to submit the plea
without argument and on the court's
refusal to permit sucn action the At
torney General only submitted tho
most perfunctory plea, making no ef
fort whatever to present any authori
ties or any argument In substantiation
of his demurrer. Notwithstanding nil
this Judge Gear took up tho case, going
Into every phase, of It and in i lengthy
written opinion, which there was no
getting awny from, dismissed tho plea
in abatement. In dismissing the plea
tho court took occasion to score tho
Attorney General for his failure to
render the court nny assistance, leav
Ing the court to perform not only thn
duties of Judge, but those of the Attor
ney General s office as well.
Now after permitting the court to
pass on the plea In abatement and
finding himself foiled In his attempt to
have tho plea held goojl the Attorney
General enters a nollo prosequi in thn
enso. Ho said in court that he believ
ed tho Indicted man was "rattled"
when he testified before the Grand
Jury. It is not for .Mr. Dole to pas
judgment upon whether Mr, Smith wa1
rattled or not; It was his duty to prose
cute, the caso to a successful termina
tion. It was for a Jury to determine
whether or not tho defendant was
"rattled" or merely committed per
jury. To nolle prosequi the case nt
this point was to confess the guilt of
tho defendant. If ho was Innocent or
If tho Attorney General believed him
Innocent then why iy,t go before u Jury
and securo an acquittal at the hands of
his peers? An acquittal that thei
could have been no question about or
no quibbling over. Does the Attorney
General mean to have people under
ttand that tho caso looked so bad for
tho defendant Smith that the combined
efforts of tho defendant's counsel and
tho Attorney (leneral toiild not liav.
secured an ncqulttul?
Attorney General Dolo says that b
employed tho late I'aul Neumann to
prosccuto the caso and tlnco his death
could find no ono without prejudice to
prosecute it. Docs tho Attorney Gen
eral mean to say that of all the thirty
seven members ot tho ll.tr Association,
who got up on their hind legs and yelp
ed when Thurston held up his hand in
signal to them, nro so prejudiced
against Mr. Smith that noho of them
could, for a fee, prosecuto this case?
And what a commentary upon tlm
members of tho bar of this city when
n man who does not know how to draw
up a demurrer to u plea in abatement
says that nono of tho seventy-flo Inw
yeis of tho city aro competent to prose
cuto a criminal case. Of course if all
tho others are of tho snmo typo of law
yer as tho Attorney General we arc
nut surprised that he says none of
them are competent to hao posecuted
tlif Smith case.
Printing nt tlio ilul-
H.MMV... - . w..w w..v i -O. - ' ' H,"1
Instruments filed lor record July 11, 1901.
L IC Keola
J T FlguereJo
J A Magoon
T F McTlehe
L K Keola
N J Luis
Bishop & Co
J A Magoon
W M Campbell
F A Sctuefer Si Co
Honokaa Sug Co
Instrument filed for record July li, tool.
First Patty Second Party Class
Ah Chew Bros Sing See Co L
At Stlllman and lius A II Tuller M
Wong Shine Yee Lung Tal Co B S
M MiCnn and wf II Hackfeld St Co
K Kililnu Oana L
Lau Hum Chow Wong Check Slice BS
O Sellers Trs Oahu College M
RLCORDED JULY I, tool.
U N Wilcox to D NJkaumahana, Rel.
June 25. iqolj R P 3706, kul 5598: R P
3666, kul 3632 & piece land Haiku, Puna,
Hawaii, 1300. Hook 192 rage 33a.
F J Berry and wf to C B Smith. M,
June 29, loop, por R P 2270, kul 10,1 fj2,
Wilder Ave Honolulu, O.ihu. I2500, 3
yrs 8 per cent. Hook 226 page 148.
J Williams to J K Kanlii & wf. Rel.
June 27, 1901; piece land Maknp.ila, N
Kohala Hawaii. J125. uoou 129 page
WR Castle to L Alho, Rel. Apr 13.
1931! R I' 077, Uul 7174B, Kaneohe, Koo-laupok-,;
R P 5474, kul 4305, Walalua,
Oahu. fuoo. Book 0o page 29;.
F C Betters et al to J Atcherlv. Rel.
June 20, 1901; grant 9K0, Helnaloll 3, N
Kona, Hawaii. J2500. Hook 182 page 313.
W R'Castle Tr to B Cam ira Sr. D. June
14. 1901; nor R P 5706. kul 8521H, Kuku
au 2nd, llllo, Hawaii, 200, Book 225
Karahl anJ bus to .1 A Magoon, I), June
28, 1901: Jj tnt In R P 1917, kul 1347, cor
n:r Sm.th & Hotel sts, Honolulu, Oahu.
f 1,200. Book 225 page 83.
Kaliooloand hus etalsto Kahlnakea et
al, D, June 26, 1901; Int In R P 4387. kul
8452, llul Land, Aliiipuaa, Kah.ina, Koo
latiloa. Oahu. ti$Q- Book 223 page 297.
M U' C Corr la anJ hus to C Brewer &
Co Ltd, Ex O, June 19. I901, 2apanasof
R P 3223, kul 3275F, Walehu, Miui. Book
225 pace 34
A Maloho et al to Honolulu. Inv Co LtJ.
U, July 1. 1901; apana 1, kul 263. Kawal
ahao, honolulu, Oahu. 5 1250. H1UU223
MdeLima to Ola.1SuearC0I.lJ. R't
Way, June 3. iooij for flumes over lot 227
Olaa, Punu, Hawaii, f 1. Book 224 page
Wailuku Stigir Co to T Cummlngs, Ex
U, June:, 1901; piece land Koloa, Wai
luku. .WjuI. Book 22 race 80.
r Cummlngs and wf to Waliuku Sugar
L.o, t. u, June 25, 1901; pors Kuis 504 v
1742, Koloa, Waiuiku, .Maul. Book 225
Lolkaet al to P Matla, D, June 26, 1901;
int :i f 4iN7. kul 84f2. Hul Laud. Aim
puaa of Kaliana, Koolauloa, Oahu, 5190
Book 311 Dce 100.
J A .Mgo.iii to Ulilnc un, Kel, June 29
1901; nor i P 1125, kul 709, Fort street,
itapauhl, Honolulu, Oahu, $3000. Book
1 80 page 75.
Lhlng Untnl Noar, U, June 28, 1901;
porR P 112$ kul 709 apana 1, Fort street,
Kapauhl, Honolulu, Oahu. 7500. Book
225 page 88.
m 1 m -
Comtn Henri de la Vnulx, the cham
pion French balloonist, famous for hit
trip In the air from Paris to n place In
Russia beypnd Klcff, had yesterday a
remarkable experience. His balloon
landed him In Paris, and he says he
wlaht'H ho may never laud thcro again.
In his balloon trips over the whole ot
Europe ha found people polite end
helpful. The behavior of the ciowil
that witnessed his descent at I3ello llln
was rather worse, he thinks, than that,
of savages. Yestculuv morning nt b
o'clock, thu Count, with two friends,
soau-d aloft from SIL-hy, a suburb.
r'or ilftcen hours they worn becalmed
.ml unablo to get clear of I lie suhurn.
Al iiigpl.'ail U was de.-i'i-l tc ciuiti
The Count would uot, ho said, land
In a street on account of tho lamps
mill the risk of explosion, so he cast
anchor at tho nearest building site. A
few hundred people came running up,
unci In a tew minutes tho number roso
to a few- thousand. They bvgan
hustling one another. Tho Count ask
ed them alnly to keep nt a distance.
In tho crush somebody was pushed un
der the balloon, ami fainted from tho
smell of the gas. The crowd then boo
ed Comte tie In Vaulx and Ills fricn. i,
who were struck uu the face. Sovonl
ruinaus struck matches and threw
them nt the balloon, a piece of suicidal
v Ickediicbs which nbslnthe nlono can
explain. The smaller part of Un
crowd, however, sided with tho Count
and a general struggle followed which
was put nu end to only by tho arrival
of a strong force of police. Tho Cuunt
says ho believes that Central Atrl '.in
tawiges would liavo behaved with mora
tli'icnt. London Stunf.md.
THE SECRtT 18 OUT.
Ajt Illinois hoy wai psked tn writs
an essay nn Mnsnnty, and hero la what
"KlnK Solomon w is a man whJ lived
ho many yearn In tho .omitry' that hn
wnti tho whole puuh. ile was an awful-
ly wise man, nnd one c'ay two women
cume to him, each holding to tha leg
of a baby nnd neitrly pulling It In two,
and each claiming it. And King Soli)'
mon wasn't feeling rWht good and ho
said: 'Why couldn't tho brat have
been twins and. stop this bother?' And
ho called for his muchcle nnd was
going to WcylcrUe the poor Innoccn.
little baby, and give each woman a
piece of It, when tho real mother of
thn baby bald; 'Stop, Solomon, stay
thy hand. I.ct the old hag havn It. If
1 can't haMi u wholo baby 1 won't have
any. Then Solomon told tier to tako
th baby nnd go humo and wash Ita
face, for ho knew It nwih hers. Ho told
the other woman to go chaso herself.
King Solomon built Solomon's Tcmplo
and was the father of .Masons. Ho had
seven hundred wives nnd three hun
dred lady friends, and that's why I hero
are su many Masons In the world. 'My
papa Bays King Solomon was u warm
member, nnd I think ho was hot stuff
myself. That Is nil I know about Kins
W. H. FIELD.
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tures under glass is made so
simple by the introduction o.
the Gummed Binding Paper
that anyone can do it.
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ing's occupation and save your
photos from ruin, to get what
you require at KING BROS,
and do the work yourself.
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Tho weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
tha news of the dar.
Parties vlsltlnz Lahalna on Maul can
secure ample and comfortable rooms, baths
and shaving parlors in connection.
c. c. miLLCK, rrop.
Formerly McCann's. 1873-tf
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM
Honolulu, Frank E. Thompson, Esq., (of
Mesrs. Magoon and Thompson) will act
for me under warrant of Attorney.
Parties desiring to communicate with
me personally, may send letters and tele-
nrimat In ma 1-1 ra nt Tlia I nnrlnn Pirla
iuiii iu nit, wiiv. ui lib uvnuvii) 1 uin
and American Bank, San Francisco, which
will promptly forward ime.
1804-tot A. S. HUMPHREYS,
All persons are hereby warned not to
trespass by hunting and shooting over the
lands Pukele and Walomao. In Palolo
Vallev. and Kahala and Hamohamo. Wal
kikl. Persons so trespassing will be pro
secuted according to law.
by her Attorney In fact,
J. O. CARTER.
June 21st, 1001. 1871 imo
In The Circuit Court, First Circuit of
the Territory of Hawaii.
ORDER EXTENDING TERM.
It satisfactorily appearing to the Court
that the public Interests ieulre tnat the
Special June Term, iqoi, of the Circuit
Court of the First Circuit, Territory of
Hawaii, be extended.
It Is HEREBY ORDERED that said
term of Court be and It Is hereby extended
twelve (12) days after the expiration of
said term, that Is to say until twelve das
after the sixteenth day of July, 1901.
Dated at Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
Territory of Hawaii, (Ills h day of July,
A, D, one thousand nine hundred and one.
GEORGE D. GEAR,
PiesUIng Judge, Circuit Court ot the
First Circuit, Territory of Haw-all.
1 885-1 w
Administrators' Notice of Sale.
Tho undersigned. M. A. Gonsalves,
Administrator of tho Estate of A. C.
1'estano, Deceased, by virtue of an
order given nnd made by tho Honor
able A. H. Humphreys, First Judgo of
tho Circuit Court of tho First Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii, granting leave
to sell Real Kstato, hereby gives no
tlco that ho will expose for sale at
Fubliu Auction at the salesroom of
James F. Morgan, No. fi5 Queen Street,
Honolulu, Inland 0 Oahu, Territory of
Hawaii, on tho 21th day ot July, A. I).
1901, nt 12 o'clock noon, all that pleco
or parcel of lnml In Honolulu nforc
said, popularly described as:
That ceituln lot or parcel of land
bounded niaiika by home of John
Ouderklrk, Walkikl by property of W.
II, Hoogs, iiuikal, by Huoa I.ano and
Kwa by Maklkl Street, lying opposlto
to property of W. I.Isliman and H.
I.lsliniun. and paitlcularly described as
That certain nleco ot land at Ma
klkl, Kona, Oahu, being a part of that
land described In R. P. No. 6035 con
veyed to Manoel Knos from Walter R.
Seal by deed dated 27th of Juno, 1881,
anil recorded In I.lber 71 on pages 59
and GO, tho samo being 120 feet deep
and bounded mnukn by Manuel Knos'
homestead lot and inaknl by Knos'
Said Sale being subject to tho con
firmation ot tho Court.
Upset prlco Tho Thousand ($3,000)
Terms Cash In U. S. Gold Coin.
Deed nt the exiienso of tho purchaser.
For further Information apply to the
undersigned administrator, or ut olllce
of said James F. Morgan.
Dated at Honolulu, July Mil, 1001.
M. A. (10.NSAI.VKS,
Administrator of the Kotnto of A. C,
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ritiL- ion 1 iimuiij; uu iiiu inn
At the entrance
to the Famous
easy access to
volcano In the
for Tourists an J
ISLAND OF MAUI.
The adjourned annual meeting of the
Shareholders In HfcNRY MAY CO., LTD.,
will be held at the offices or C. Brewer &
Co, Ltd., on SaturJay, July 13th, 1901,
at it o'clock a. m.
FRANK. B. AUERBACH,
The German Savings and Loan Society
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFOR.NIA
For the half year ending with the 30th
of June, 1901, a dividend has been declareJ
at the rate of three and one-eighth ( H)
per cent r annum on all deposits, free 01
taxes, payable on and after Monday, July
GEORGE TOURNY. Secrt'ry.
Election of Officers.
At the Annual Meeting of the, Directors
of the PIONEER BUILDING AM) LOAN
ASSOCIATION held Monu'av, July 8. the
following officers were elected to serve for
the ensuing year :
J. L. McLean,. Presldtnt
A. A. Wilder... ...Vlce-PreslJent
A. V. Gear -Secretary
C. B. Gray, - Treasurer
The above, together with A W. Keecli.
J D. Holt. E. b. Boyd, J. A. t.yle Jr., and
J. M. Little, constitute the Board ot
A. V. GEAR, Secretary.
Honolulu, July. 1931. i8&6-3t
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 0T THE FIRST
Circuit, Territory of IUll. At clumbers, In pro
tat, In tht matitr uf the estate nt Lllla Haiti
k'aniu. Walri. JiaawJ, intestate. Petition having
Veen hlei Vy Mary II. A'Ctu-rley. a nelc ol taU In
teitaic,r"riK th' tetters uf aJmlnluratlon upon
tal J etutt tc l-ueJ to tte A. Dickey, notice I
htreby Riven that MonJay, tht Mh day ol AuguM,
A U. ' " ciofK a m in iiw judiciary uuiij
Inc. Honolulu, Oahu. It aipulntei the time ani plact
lor Marine; uu ptimon, wncn ana nt re an prron
concerned may at pear ani show came If any they
have, why tal 1 petition h uli nut be pranU J,
Honolulu, June tith, iqoi,
Uy the Court .
i8tt-Ju i Jul $.t.tp Clerk.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ITRST
Circuit. Territory ot llJll. Al chimbtt.. In rro
bate. In iri. rnaiwr ol tr ciutt ul Eltmr Laiaruk
Jecrawi. On r.iJInc ani Mine lti trillion ani
account, ol th t xcutor ol the wll ot .all Jrceo,
wherein he a k that his account, reexamined ani
arproed, and that a final orJer be made ol dUtribu
tlunot the property frmainlnr In hit tunda to the
peraun. thereto entltud, and divcharglnr him from
all futther mpnniiblllry ai uch executor It I.
urdertd, that Monday, the etth day of July, A. D.
toot, at ten o'clock a. ai . at the Lourt Room 01 tha
ald Court at Honolulu. Island ol Oahu, be and the
same hereby Is arpolmed as the lime and place lor
heailne said petition and accounts, and that all per
sons Interested may then and there appear and show
caute. II an they have, hy the same should not be
granted and may present evidence as lo tt 1 are en
titled to the said iroperty.
Honolulu, June is. 1901.
Ily the Court
181, -June .1,18, July ..is Clerk.
NOTICE TO CRbDITORS.
The underslened havlnc been July arrolnted Ad
ministrator with the will annexed of the late PlUI
I'.naewa tw), deceased, of Honolulu, uahu, notice IS
hereby Riven to all -redltors 10 present their claims
at-alntt said I'lM I'xnaewa (), duly authenticated
and with proper vouchers, II any exist, even II rite
claim Is secured by mortgage upon real estate to
the undetslgned, al the cftue of J, M. Davidson No.
tog Kaahumanjl street. In llono ulu. Oahu Within
six month, frum tie Jale of the first publication
thereof, or they will t forever barred
JOHN A. BAKER.
Administrator with tha will annexed of Pilot Panae
wa tw), deceased
Honolulu. June .8. igoi. tS8eJuly f.it.-Q eo.A e
The undersigned having been duly appointed ex
ecutror ot the will of Kealcha Hee., deciased, by
order of Honorable A. S. Humphrey. I Irst Judge of
the Circuit Coufl ol tin I'lrst Judicial Clrcul', Terri
tory of Hawaii; notice Is hereby glel to all persons
having claims against the saldesta'eto present the
same, with proper vouchers, it any exist. July au
thenticated, whether secured by mortgage or other
wise, to the undersigned, at ortice ot Peterson &
Mathewman. Ka.humanu street, onolulu Oahu
within s'x months Irom this Jate, or they will be tor
All persons Indebted 10 said estate are requested
to make Immella e settltment with the unders ened,
WM KAI L1MOMI HI LS.
Ekecutor ol the will ct Keah ha feet. Deceased.
Dated Honolulu, T II . June 8th. toot.
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