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EVENING nULLEflW,rtDNOLULU, H. T.,
FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 10Q1.
Oceanic Steamship Company
t steamer tkli line will arrive and leave thla port aa hereunder:
PltOM SAN FRANCISCO.
MAHIPOSA AUO. 17
SONOMA AUO. 28
ALAMEDA 8EPT. 7
VENTURA SHPT. 18
ALAMEDA SEPT. 28
( SIERRA OCT. 3
ALAMEDA OCT. 19
SONOMA OCT. 30
ALAMEDA NOV. 9
" Local Boat
In connection with the (ailing of the above ateamera the agent ire pre
tared to lasue, to Intending pawengeri, coupon through ticket by any rati
road from San Franclico to all point In the United State, and from New
, fork by any ateamahlp line to all European port.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. 6. Irwin & Co., Limited,
GENERAL AOENT3 OCEANIC B. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Risen Kaisha
Steamers of Ihe abova companlat will call at Honolulu and
Icavt ihlt part on or about ttia date below mentioned.
For lapan and China:
AMERICA MARU AUO. 17
PEKING AUO. 24
GAELIC SEPT. 3
HONGKONG MARU SEPT. 11
CHINA SEPT. 19
For central Information
H. HACKF1BLO &
Canadian - Australian Royal Mail Steamship Company.
awsuaama ol tie above, line, rooms I conuactloa win at CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
tttaM Vancouver, B. C , and S-ir, N. S. W., and calllnc al Victoria, 0. C. Hraolrjlu and Brlibait
it OIIB AT 1IONOI.I.XV 111 abotttlilalMbtlowatated vUl
ROM VNCOUVBR AND WW C
MOANA AUO. 31
MIOWERA SEPT. 28
"ltiourn Ickttt ittutd from Honjlnlo loCtav.
raaaatt aia ai narai mioroiaiioD. appijr to
Ttico. H. Davlcs &
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
S S AttbRICAN, 6,ooo tons, to sail about July 15.
S.S.HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail
s.S CALIFORNIA 6.000 tons, sails Irom NEW YORK June 16, will
load at PUGET SOUNO about AUGUST 20th for HAWAIIAN PORTS.
Freight received at company's wharf. 42A Street, South Brooklyn, at all times.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. JVIORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Lines of Travel.
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS OAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok.
lng ami Library Curs, with Darker
Shop and Pleasant Reeding Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carto).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent.
135 Third street, Poitland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, 0. P. & T. A..
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
f'JSSjIfiawJ K l
O. R. & L. Co.
From and After January 1, 1899.
TATI0N9. Dallr Dally
(Othraid) oa.Sia. i-allr ai.Su. Dally Dalle
AM AM AM. PJ. PM.
osatilrj tit 9 if iiief us 111a
I Fear I City,... loj oil 11140 i4 lis
IwiMlll,,,,,. Lis loot itioo it liu
1 Walaaa...... iojo ,,,, a'ti ....
I y1'" .il i- ....
1 Cabnk. la la .... till ....
(liwaid) an Sta. Dally Dally Dallr
AM. AM. P.M. P.M.
faickl fill ... aiai
walalia l,io aiit
Walaua ., , Hit .... mi
a Mill lilt m naj ana
PeailClty ,,,,, 1 1 liaj in aita
eaeltla t ft tin ait ltd
F. C. SMITH, Gcn'l Pass. & Ticket Agt.
O, P. DENISON, Superintendent.
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
General Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of tho United States for tliu Ha
onice, : Merchant St. : Hunolulu.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA AUO. 21
VENTURA .'..... AUO. 27
ALAMEDA SEPT. 11
SIERRA SEPT. 17
SONOMA OCT. 8
ALAMEDA OCT. 23
VENTURA OCT. 29
ALAMEDA ... NOV. 13
For San Franclico:
GAELIC AUO. 13
HONGKONG MARU AUO. 20
CHINA AUO. 27
DORIC SEPT. 6
NIPPON MARU SEPT. 13
PERU SEPT. 21
apply to P. M. S. S. Co.
CO, LTD. AGENTS.
ROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANI
rr Victoria and Vaoconvtr (B. C):
MIOWERA AUG. 28
AORANGI SEPT. 25
31 Borope, For halitl ud
Co., Ltd.. Gcn'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 jour message
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KISTj STRfcET LINE.
Car (five Walkikl for town at 9 j, 6 n, 6 41 A M
anJ every i; minute ihervittrr tl I io 4, ii.m ani
itjt V h, riim W klkl go ti the I'unattou btables.
Can leave R Range or I'awaa luh for town at
j 91A n mi every n.lnuleih-realtrlll n otp.M
Car leave Fort ani King ttreetft corner lor Halama
at 6 10 A. H. anJ every ij minutes atter till lit)
Cart leave frtr Palama nnly at g ani jo a M
Cars leave Palama for Walkikl j 4 A H ani every
M minutes till q 41 P . then at to i ani 10 is
Then MP M from PaUma lor I'unahiU only eoei
to Walkikl un 5aturJas.
Cart leave Fort anJ King streets corner foi Klfle
Range at 5 so ani iua n.
Cars leave Fort ani Klnc streets corner for Walkikl
at 6 05 A M. ani every 15 minutes tiliiooP.M then at
10 is na 11 is ? m. me itsjj r.M goes w wiikiki
BERETAMA STREET AND !"UAlNU VALLEY.
Cars leave Punahou Stable t Town at j jo ani
for Town ani Valley at 1 40 j $0 1 m 6 40 T i4
T so A M.
Cart leave Oahj Colleire f or towu id Vallevat
6 jo 6 so ani 7 10 A.M ani ever) to mil. tes till 10 10
pn excert tnt even nour ana nair, nour cars wnicn
run from the Stable,
Cars leave Nuuanu Valley at 6 10 6 jo 6 jo A.m ani
every 10 minutes thereafter till 10 so H.M
Cart leave hart ani Out en ktrrt-t for Punahou
College at 6 05 6 jj 6 4S A m ani every 10 minutes
ancr tin o 4S r.M, nner mat in cars run mine
atari up to 11 jop,m( which Is thlat car from Town,
reaching the Stable at iiuoP M
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu,
M. Plillips& Co., Ltd.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods,
Fort and Queen Sts.
Fino Job Printiug at tho Bul
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TURITY CO., LIMITED.
FORTY- FIVE CHOICE RESI
denco lots Just opened to homo-seek-crs.
comprising a (seven aero tract of
land adjoining tho Putmhou ground,
each lot facing on a good, broad street,
and bounded by Wilder npnuo. Met
calf and Dole streets. Tho land In It
self Is unquestionably, nsldo from be
ing dcslrablo on nccnunt of easy ac
cess to and from the city, tho best nnd
cheapest property yet placed on tho
market. Wide streets, electric car line,
high and allmlal soil, besides being
situated climatically unexcelled.
Terms most reaonablo. Thoso de
siring homes will do well by catling on
or filing their applications early. Only
applications from responsible parties
will rccclto recognition.
For full and complete particulars,
apply to tho sales agents, 32 King
street, ocr Castlo & Cooke's. 'Phono
Main 141. P. O. Ilox 2C2.
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TURITY CO., LTD.
GROCERS SHOWN UP !
Hllo, Hawaii, June 7, 1901.
Dear Sirs: In my Innocence I pur
chased hero In Hllo a jar of your Pin
Money Pickles (put up by Mrs. E. O.
Kldd, Richmond, Va). It brought mo
great trouble, and one of threo things
1, You must stop making them; or,
2. I must get them at less expense;
3. I'm a ruined man.
Slnco my first venture I've had many
'jars." My family from early morn cry
'Pickles;" neighbors ring tho door-bell
and shout "Pickles;" relatives visit me
In expectation ot "Pickles." Your
pickles aro my Nemesis. Please. Dear
Sirs, quote them by tho Keg. Uarrel,
Hogshead. Ton or Shipload, and "nro-
Yours very truly,
To Lewis & Co ,
HONOLULU, T. H.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coallnga Oil
Fields of California.
l'ri)en oil lands, completely sur
rounded by ns rich oil producing wells
as tliuie aro In tho State, yielding from
uU to 2o0 bnrrels per day.
Contract prlics for oil ot tho Coal
lnga wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With twonty-IUo producing wells of
100 baircU each per day, ou can
make jour own calculation as to
Tho oil Industry ot California Ib In
its Infancy, yet many fortunes hae
been mado by Judicious and lucky in
estments In oil Block. Many more
will bo mado In tho near future.
Tho avcragu advance on original
sales of oil stock In twenty leading
companies In California has been from
$1 to $108 per share.
Oil lands have aiUanced from $1.25
to $1,000 and $2,000 per acre.
When tho Pacific Union Oil Com
pany has a number of producing wells
on Its property. Its stock will hne tho
samo show for een n greater advance,
as some oil stock has advanced from
$1 to $1,500 per share.
Tho Pacific Union Oil Company has
no salaried offlcera. and Is controlled
by well-known gentlemen of Integrity,
who will see that tho money ilerlxcd
from tho snlo of stock will bo legiti
mately applied to tile development of
For further information, apply to J.
II. l-'ISIIEIl & CO., Stock and Ilond
Drokcis, nnd Hawaiian agcntH lor the
halo of a limited amount of I'acllU
Unlon OH Company slock. Staugen
wald building. Merchant street.
COPTIC COME8 AND GOHK.
The steamer Coptic tiom San Fian
Cisco urrlwd jesterday uftetnuou sev
eral hours ahead ot time. She mado
the run to port In less than sW d.iH
mill experlcnacd gooit weather except
foi the first night out.
On tho way down tho Coptic sighted
tho Zealaudln, Peking, Pettel, Philadel
phia, Sonoma and Kllpatrlck. She
biought a big mall for Honolulu, and a
mall fur Manila which will be put
aboard tho Kllpatrlck on arrival.
There was but ono lay over passenger
fur Honolulu and no freight except
threo packages which were ovei car
lied. The vessel sailed for the Orient at
noon, taking several cabin and many
Ablatio steerago passengers
ADMINISTRAiOR'O 8ALE OF VAL
UABLE REAL ESTATE.
I'liisuant to and by virtue of an Or
der tills dny mado In nnd by tho Cir
cuit Court or tho Pltst Judicial Clieult
In thematter of the Estate of Makanoe,
deceased, tho uudeislgucd will offer
tor hale nt public auction on Thins
day, August 15th, 1M1, nt 12 o'clock
noon, at tho front door of tho Judici
ary Uullillng, In Honolulu, Island of
Oaliu, all that tertnln parcel of land
sttuatu on Maklkl street, near Here
tanlu street, Honolulu nloresald,
bounded and described as follows:
"Commencing at a point on Maklkl
steot bearing N. 23 mln. 3S soc. E,
true, 200 feot from tho East corner of
Klnau and MaMIci streets, and running
N. 43 mln. .IS sec. E., tiue, ISO feet
along Maklkl street;
S. 4G mln. tG boc. E., true, 33ii feet
along tho remaining portion of Royal
Patent 0,305; thenco
S. 50 mln. 34 see. W., true, 82 feet
along land formerly of J. S. Lemon;
8. 48 mln. 25 see. W., true, 08 feet
nloug said land formerly of J, S. Lem
S. 47 mln. 7 sec. V 320 feet nlong n
part of llnyal Patent fi,305 and (Irnnt
U.loii to ti.o Initial point; containing
an nica of 1 11-100 Acres, being n por
tion of Itoj.il Patent Number li,J05,
L C. A. io. nnd llnyal Patent Giant
TERMS CASH. Deed nt the ox
pernio of purchaser. Salo subject (o
confirmation by the Court.
Dated July 21, 1901.
SAMUEL II. WOOI.I.EY,
Administrator with tho Will annexed
of tho Estate of Maknnoe, deceased,
1603 jllly 20, 2, Aug. 2, 5, 9, 12, 14
Irstruitient' filed fir record Aug 8, tool,
First P.utv br.e d Patty U:m
SCAIIen WRCa.ile Ret
IrLunalllo Est I' L IJottcli Rcl
AJcrnun . W fdtton I' A
Mapuluiilanl IJ A.ina I)
Leong Klin et al Y Miln C
Pons Kong In I" Alum C M
Cli.n Lucas K holi.llo e
I r Hi E Kaleleunalaiil Sun o Sing L.i I.
Kaakau Kelllriiole O
Palolo L & Im Co Ltd V M Sura U
Chong Jack Kum c liong Iloon P a
Instruments fil:d forrtori Augg, icpi.
Hirst Party Secund Party Uas
Kalolawe C W lioolh D
W C Achl F Jesus U
' " " Lahara I)
J F Hackfeld P Isenbere P A
Ataul Sugar Co Ltd WongKvval AA
C SptecKtls & Co M M I-Vrtelra Rel
HGo-nnn J Ci t-arira D
M Loulsson 11 Gorman Rel
RLCOHDED AUO I, Iqoi.
P Ulrd ai d bus to M A Wattrhouse, L),
Aug I, igoi; Int in K P O7I5, kul 591, Po
lokc, ILnolulUiOahu. fjo.o. book 225
T U Cummlnjs to Geo Varkham, fJ,
July 30, tijat; Int In hst of Clarlsi b
Cummliigs di'cd. f too. Book 225 page
TC Dvvlghtto Young Qui, D, June
24, tool; lot 20, AiokateJ, WalKiat Tract,
hono.ulu, O.iliu. fjoo. Hook 223 page
Tong Lock Co to Lee Chu et al, It S,
May 22, igoi; Int In leasehold of R P 041,
por grant 3229, Kanukela, Honolulu,
Oaliu. J1700 Book 224 r-iRe 240.
T BCimmlngstoGcoMarknam. Agr'l,
July 30, ioot;as t.iet(lement of bstaie of
ClarlsaE A W H Cirnmuigs de'ed. ft
Book 224 page 247.
Ng Ting Kwal to Sue Leon, P A, July
31, 1001; general powers. Hook 224 pane
Aug Dreier to S J Cunningham, Rel, Aug
I. loot: 2 oleces land Collc-M street. Pu
ll thou, Honolulu, Oaliu. $1500. Book
2J4 page 188.
G aual etal to V R Castle. M, Miv 3,
18)7; apana 2, kul t27o. Kanoana. Km:
kul 1155, K.iklae, Makavvell, Kauai.
5 225. Book 221 page 488.
Haw 11 Electric Co to Lre Yun Kw.nl et
at, L, July 17, 1001; piece land & bkgs
Fo t street, Hunjlulu, oaliu. 0 rs, 2 mos
at 5165 per month. Bo ,k 219 pjge 437.
KLCORDLU AUO 2, igoi.
V C Acr.l to A C de Yiello, U, July 12,
1001; lot n. block 5. K ilulanl Iraut. Ho
nolulu, Oaliu. I200. Bo k 22s page 1 56.
The following letter was sent by
Acting I'. S. District Attorney J. J.
Dunne to K. J. Lowry, chairman of tho
Hoard of Prison Inspectors, In reply
to a communication from the latter:
Honolulu, Aug. 8, 1901.
Hon. K. J. Uivvry. Chairman Hoard of
Sir: I am In receipt of jours or
August 8, 1901, directing my attention
Io V. S. R. S. section 5539; and In re
sponse thricto, I !tavo the honor to
point out that In any discussion of tho
law of commutation, this section Is
Irrelevant. A moments reflection
will satisfy j ou that the scope or this
section Is limited to "Internal" ills.
clpllne and treatment;" the section bus
nothing whatever to do with commu
I have the honor to be, sir,
0111 obedient servant,
1 J. J. DUNNE.
The question submitted by Mr. l.ovv
O Kails as follows, with Ml. l.owr's
"Sec. 5539. Whenever any criminal,
(onviited of any orffnuo against the
I'nlUil States, Is Imprisoned In the
Jail or penitentiary of any State oi
Teirltoiy. such ciimlnul shall lu all
respects be subject to the same dis
cipline and tieatment as convicts sen
tenced hi the courts of the State or
Teirltoij in which such jail or peni
tential Is situated, ami while so con
fined theieln shall be exclusive!) un
der the control of the olllcers having
thai no of the same, under the Iiiwh of
such Stuto or Territory" Revised
Stat. (2d Edition) of United States."
(This bectlon does not seem to be
referred to In jour opinion).
While this woidfng, It seemed to Ihe
board, would bring the federal pris
oners under the laws of the Territory
relating to eominiitatl in, the members
of the board did not care to nsMime
nny respoiislbllit) In the mutter, and
accordingly, I asked jou for Instruc
tions. There Is no disposition to enter into
nny discussion on tho question, und
the bo.ud will be guided by tho opinion
icndctci! b you, unless same should be
modified. Youis very truly.
T. J. I.OWREY.
Chalim.m Hoard ot l'llhon Inspectuis
WANT FOOD -NOT MEDALS
London, July i'fi. King IMwuid
priBcnti'il meilnls to 000 returning
Yeonuiury nt the Homo (iuiiids puraile
lieiu tuila). The ceitnioiilal was tho
vame aa obbenrd at tho formci ine
Bcntutlon of mi'dala, hut the lialcnieiif
ucnther robljeil tho fiiiiLtlon of Its
brilliancy. Queen Alexandra and
1'rlnco Kduniil, ton of the Duko of
Cornwall anil York, cro prevent.
Coimtderablo tomment has becu
aroused by thn refusal of thirty-two
iiun-commlsslonc ofllcers und men to
attend the ceremony, ou tho ground
that their pay was In arreais. Thcuo
men hac addressed letters to KIiik
IMward, pointing out that they cannot
submit to be decorated while theli
wives und fjmlllcs, and tome of tbclr
(umber, are starving. Tho claims of
tho men who bay they have not ct
been paid vary from iC3 to 127.
Sfonie of the claimants iiIUro Hut the)
hno had to pawn their earlier mciliiU
In onlcr to procure food for their
Dr. I'lerce's Klcc
trie Hody Uattery
Auay with Druekt lnv.
tlette SrnJ fur "UiHik.
ttl fu. " AJ4rcif
IMIiKCB MLBCTKIC CO.,
620 M'-kct 31., S I'.
A. T. IIAC.nNCAMP. Hnnntjef,
PILOTS 1 (INiD
San rranclseo, July 28. The retlr"
ment of (.'aptaln Prank Murphj tho
veteran pilot of the porL has been ac
cepted by tho llnrbor Commissioners!
to lake efiect cm August 1 Ills plne
a'nl Ills Interest In li'a bints will be
tnken by Captain M Anderson, with
whom he has been associated This
removes Horn nctlve duty not only the
oldest Im one of the most efficient
pilots of this port.
Cnptaln Murphy was appointed a
pilot In 18G2. having como here some
time previous ns a deep water cap
tain. He has served continuously mice
and has never met with an accident.
Ills habit of taking absolute command
whenever ho hns been given charge of
n vessel, nnd his Invariable rule never
to crme In during fogc weather rre
Un chief cause ot his excellent ncotd,
Tho only time Hint disaster ever camo
near him was when the llonltn. In
which no owned an Interest, was
wiecked by collision with a whale a
few jears ngo. Captain Murphy was
retired at his own request on account
of advancing ngc. Ills wlfi dld n
cni ngo and bo hns no children.
Captain Anderson, who succeeds
him. has been n skipper In the employ
of Charles Nelson lor the past fifteen
jenrs, having successive command ot
the Ijiura Pike, the laakme and the
This retirement leaves Prank Hold
Hie senior pilot of the port
Fraternal Order of Eagles.
A special meeting will bn held In the
Progress Hnll, Fort Btreet, on Sunday,
AuKitftt lltli, at 2 p. m. Business
Election nnd Installation of carnJI
dates. All members nre requested to bo
prcHcnt and ON T1MU.
VtsltlnK Kaglea cordially lnltcd.
T. A. SKMISON
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM
Honolulu, Frank E. Thompson, Esq.. (of
Mtsrs. Magoun and Thompson) will act
forme under warrant of Attorney.
Parties desiring to communicate with
me personally, may send letter anJ tele
grams to me care of The London, Pari
and American Bank, San FrancUco, which
will promptly forward sime.
1864 -Cot AS. HUMPHREYS.
POWER OF ATTORNEY.
nuitiNo my Aiisr.N'ci: tiiom
the IhIuikIh. Mr. C. M. V. l'orstcr. i:(,
will n t fur mo, nml nlso thu Culifiirnin
IVcil Compari), In all iimttiTs, iiiiiIit
lull power or attorney.
CAi.iFoiiMA n:i:i) CO.
T KI.NH. 1U1 1-St
I'artli'H lsltlnj- I.almlnii, on Maul,
cm M'ciue nmiilo ami ciimfortnlilo
rooms, ImtliH nnil' Bhii.'lnK puilorH In
1:. 1:. .v.ii.m:r. i-mti.
Funnpily MiCann'K. 1873 tf
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
at a mi:i:tin(i of Tim stock
holders of tliu McKeihnlu Paint nnu
Wnllp.iper Co, Ltd., held AB. . 191(1.
tho tolloulng olllcers weio elected
for thn ensuing year:
II. .McKcclinle, President.
.1. I Illley, Vice President.
C. II. (Irny, Secretary.
leltir Hoffninnn. Trensurer.
A, Aii'iult, Auditor.
The nhoMi nnnuil ollleeis compose
tho Hoard of DlieitoiK.
U. II. (lit AY,
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING
Of Stockholders of E. O. Hall & Son,
tiii:ui: will hi: a spf.cial
meeting of tho stockholders of L. O
Hull & Son, Ltd, nt the olllie of the
Compuuy In thn Safo Deposit Build
ing on TIIUUSIjAY, August 15th. nt 2
p. in, for tho purpose of discussing
matters relative to thu destruction o
their biiBlnesH block nnd stock of mer
chandise and to tuko action on such
matters us may he of Importance an
occasioned by the late tllsustei1. It is
(arnestly requested that all stockliold
ers may ho present.
i:. O. HALL V SON, LTD
12. II PARIS, Sctietary,
Tho use of tho Singer in millions of
humes shows tho unprecedented suc
cess of these Ideal sewing machines
It Is convincing pioof that tha Singer
excels In all kinds nf family sowing
and art needle work. All our sewing
machines aro of the best construction,
beautifully decorated, and aro mounted
on selected woods In finely finished
cabinets of artistic design. H. Iler
gertcn, agent, 10 ',4 Uethel street, P. O
At the entrance
to the Famous
lao Vallev, and
easy access to
volcano In the
for Tourists and
ISLAND OF MAUI.
Notice to Creditors.
The uni?rleni having ttrn duty rp'nl Lt
icutrlt of th will ol Jnn V Limine ltt ol Hono
lulu JfCteJ, hr?ty ifs notice to ll rm nito
hsftit their culms nt iht1e ol Ml J Jhn
Limine JceltfJ July abtliefltlCil'eJ whether
1 a the Cai lamia Hotel t n Lmma ttreit )n kaU Hmo-
, lulu, within x months Irom the date hereof, nr triey
.will be loreer tarred, at d nil f-eron Indebted to
j wU eMate are heiefcy teiuettel to make Immediate
1 ra rrent to tie undrrtisne J
1 MAklOS M LUMNfj
I LxecutrUof tie will vlJ W Luntnft, Jceaed.
j Dated Hcnoluiu. July ttth if i
tlqj'Ju'v n Aug 1 a 16
IS THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF FIRST
Circuit Territory of Hawaii At UiamteM, In ('ro
tate In the mat'er o theetae ol f'llwl Panea,
(w) life ol H nolulu, Oahu, deoated Cn reading
aid Mine the petition ol Jihn A. 0 alter, AdmlnU
tritr with will annexed praylnt lor an order ol tale
ol rerta'n teal titate Monginc to laid deceased,
Iuved near Maunakea street between Pauahl ani
Heritanta streets. In Honolulu, Oahu, b tine cart ol
the rremlses rarthularlv dtsctlbei In LCA No.
iti, recorded i liber it. page u and setting lorth
certain leeal reasons wtiv such real estate should
be sold. It is hereby ordered, that the heirs and nett
ot kin ot said deceased, and all persons Interested In
the said estate, appeir before this Court on FRIDAY,
the th day ol bCPTEMUER, AD. tout, at o to
o'clock am, it the Court Room ol this Court. In
Honolulu, Oahu, then and there io tho cause why
an order should not be ranld lor the sale ol such
Honolulu, August t, 1901.
By the Court,
l I) tfELLETT.JR.
QlilMAjg i, 6 0 l6.tr t imp Cleik,
IS TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE MRST
CI mi It. Trrltor ol Hawaii In Probate At Cham
ber In the matter ol he et'ate o James A. Hofper,
lair 01 nonoiuiu tinu, jeceisea leitaie. 1 no pen
tion and account ol the 1 xe utrlt and hkerutors ol
tie wlllnl i decraed whrreln thiy atk that their
accounts be examined and approved, and that a final
or.er be made ol dittrlbuilon ol the proprrty remaln
ns In ihvlr hands ti the persons thereto ent lied, and
JlsdurgirK ihtm Irom all further repontib'llty as
suih Lue'iatrlx and Laecu ors hat lng been tiled
It Is ord-red thatMONDM theo'h day ot SI P
TFMHfcM A. I) g 1, at TE.N o'clock a.m, at
Chamfer., In th Court Hcute, at Honnlutu, ard
trie unw hrrebf Is apponted as the tirre and place
lor hearing said petition and accounts an J that a'l
persons Interested may then and there appearand
h)w caue, It any they hue, why the same huld
nM b frantrd
nonoiuiu Uah l, August i, tgot
By the Ct rt
J A. THOMPSON
KINNEY DALU)U& McCLANAHAK,
Attorneys tor the LxecutrU and Executors.
ioo6'Aug 1 9 16 si
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST
Circuit Tifittoiy ul Haall. In rrot-al. at cham
tera Inthr mAttirot the as'ac ot A. C I'fitana.
Jrcravj OHlIK to SHOW CAIKB ON AI'I'tlCATIOI
TO 'tLLHAL tSTlE Un rtaJInt; ani Mine lh
rrtltUn bt M. A Crintalve., nf Honolulu. Itan4 ol
uariu. a ajminiiirator of tnr ttiatacl A. c. ra
ana, tfccratr i lii,,l Honolulu afoffta J, rraylne
tor an orjer au normnjr ana ikrn.inK ina aau aa
mlnlfctrator to Mil ftrialn tral tate blonclne to
aU rt.tt deurlttd a t llo.vt All that rartaln
L.fctl ot Ian4. situate o th. Ea.t .lit ot Maklkl
trrft, Honolulu. Oahu fronting t. frt on talJ
Makikl Strict, with a depth ot tro frvt. and bounded
on the m.ukt aide by land n John Ouderklik on the
Walkikl fide by land of Hoojra, and on Ihe makal
lde b Lnos tare brlnic a portion of th land des
cribed In Royal Patent No 6o, ani containing an
area tit f i3on tquare left, with two cotta?! thereon l
and tatting forth certain legal reasons why such real
estate should be sold to wit t That there Is not suffi
cient personal property belonging to said estate to
pay tha valid debts against th same, atd that such
debts agtregate tha sum of f lost oj
Now, therefore. Ills hereby ordered that all persons
Interested In said esta'e appear before mc at Cham
bers In Prolate at the Court Home In Honolulu
aforesaid on fRIDAV. tbe tthda ot &EITEMIILR,
icor at ten n deck In tho fnrenoon then and there
to sh w ciuve Hhy such order should not b Issued.
And It Is further ordered that nolle of this order be
putllthtd at least thrte successive wetks bef r th
sau jjv or hearing in tne Mcning tJuiittln, a news
pater of general . rculaton, ptibllvbed In Honolulu
afuresald the last rubllcalion to be net less than ten
das rmiouv to thatirr therein appointed for said
Dated II jnolulu.T ll th s list day of July, AD.
'" tO. D OEAH
Second Judge of said Court.
I M lOVi,
Aii(,rne fir Administrator ton-sit
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