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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H, T.. TUESDAY, AUGUST 20. 1001.
Oceanic Steamship Company
r steamers ui tils line will arrive
?HOM SAN FItANCISCO. FOR SAN FIIANC1SCO.
SONOMA AUG. 28 MARIPOSA AUG. 21
ALAMEDA SKIT. 7 VENTURA AUG. 27
VENTURA SEPT. IS ALAMEDA SEPT. 11
ALAMEDA SEPT. 2S SIERRA SEPT. 17
SIERRA OCT. 0 SONOMA OCT. 8
ALAMEDA OCT. 19 ALAMEDA OCT. 23
SONOMA OCT. 30 VENTURA OCT. 29
ALAMEDA NOV. 9 ALAMEDA NOV. 13
" Local Boat Local Boat.
In connection with the tailing of the above ateameri the agenta ire pre
pared to Issue, to Intending pauengera, coupon through ticket by any rail
road from San Francisco to all point In the United Stat, and from New
York by any steamship line to all European porta.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
OENKRAL AGENTS OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
Pacific. Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamera of the above cotnpanlea
leave tnia pon on or about
cor Japan and China:
PEKING AUG. 24
GAELIC SEPT. 3
HONGKONG MARU SEPT. 11
CHINA SEPT. 19
For general Information
H. HCKFIBLQ &
Sanadian - Australian Royal Man Steamship Company.
aerSKiBiri of tte above I'm. running lo coiaectloa lth Ui CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
jtivtM Vaacocver, B. C, ar.1 S'y, N. S. W., tot caUlnr tl Vlctctu, B. C, Honolulu ul Brlebasi
DUB .IT JIUMOLl'LTJ lla abet It I lUUI below Itatld via I
FROM VVCoUVEP AND i:-OV C
.. w.ltbaae and Sydney 1
MOANA .. , AUG. 31
MIOWERA SEPT. 23
Ickita ikkcit from Ho.,?lula to Cau
neral 'oiorBtTion. apply to
Tlieo. H. DavleB&Co.,Ltd.. GcnMAftcntB.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
S.S.AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, Sailed.
S.S.HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail to sail Oct. 15.
S. 8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, called from NEW YORK June 16; will
load at PUGET 80UND about 8EPT. 1 for HAWAIIAN PORT8.
Freight receUed at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South Ilrooklyn, at
all tlmc3. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Lines of Travel.
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
' San Francisco-Portland
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Bmok
lng and Library Cars, with Darter
Shop and Pleasant Reading 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.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. &. T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Go.
From and After January 1, 1899.
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F, 0. SMITH, Gen'l Pass. & Ticket Agt.
Q. P. DENISON. Superintendent.
Wilder's Steamship Company
1 FREIGHT AND
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
, Bruce Cartwright
' General Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of tho United States for tho Ha
OUlce, : Merchant St. : Honolulu.
and leave this port as. hereunder:
will call at Honolulu ani
tne aatea retow mentioftej,
For San Francisco:
NIPPON MARU SEPT.
apply to P. M. S. S. Co.
CO, LTD. AGENTS.
ROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANB
it Victoria aal Vancouver (B.C.)
n loropi. For Hetfbi aat
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 $3.
Honolulu Office, Magoon Block.
TEL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for ) our message
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KING STREET LINE.
Cart Itav Walklkl lor town t 41. 6 M. l5 4 A.M
ni svrv it nlnulci ihortiftcr 11 1 io'k. n!ti And
li jj P M. irom v kiki cio wt runanou auiic.
Cart leftwR Ranee or Piwaa lich lor town al
5 jjA m, anJ every ti minutes iturcatur till n oip.M
Cart ttavtt Fori anJ Klnff ktreet corner for Halama
at6:io A.M. anJ every 13 mlnum after till n.)
Cars leave for Pa la ma only at anJ j-jo A M
Cars leave Pa'ama tot Walkikl yt A m. anJ tverv
m minutes till 0 45 P H , then at to.ij anJ 1043 P.M.
The 11114 P.M. from Palama lor Punahou only eocs
to Walklkl on Shut J a a.
Cars leave fort an4 tmc streets corner 101 nin
Range at s w ani vjo A.M
Cars leave Fort ani King streets comer for Walklkl
at 6 oj A.M. anJ every n minutes tiliioop,M thn at
10 M and 11.1 j p M. the u.jfP.M. goes tt alklkl
PERETANIA STREET AND T'JUANU VALLEY.
Cars leave Punahou Stable I. Tonaljoan4
for Town ani Valley at 3 40 3 59 1 ao 6 40 7 an4
T o A M.
Cart leave OahJ Collese lor tow,. ii Valley at
6. jo 6 jo ani t 10 A.M Vi eer 10 mi.. es till 10 10
P.M. except the even hyur ani half, hour cars which
run from the Static.
Can leave Nuuanu Valley at 6 10 6.10 6 jo A.M and
every 10 minutes thereafter tilt 10 34 P.M.
Cars leave hcrt ani Queen streets for Punahou
College at fl 03 6 j 6 43 a M ani every 10 minutes
after till 9 4) P.m After that the cars run In the
Stable up to 1 t.joP.M. which Is the lastcar from Town,
reaching thcStaMe at irtoP M
H. Hackfeld& Co,, Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
JYl. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods,
Fort and Queen Sts.
Fine Job Printing at tbo Bul
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TURITY CO, LIMITED.
FORTY-riVE CHOICE RESI
denco lots Just opened to home-seel;-era,
compiling a seven-acre tract of
Innd adjoining the Puliation grounds,
each lot facing on n good, broad street,
and bounded by Wilder avenue. Met
calf and Dole streets. The land In It
self Is unquestionably, nslde from be
ing desirable on nccount of easy ac
cess to and from the city, the best and
cheapest property yet placed on the
uiniKot. Wldo streets, electric car line,
high mid nllmlal soil, besides being
situated climatically unexcelled.
Terms most reasonable. Those de
siring homes will do well by calling on
or filing their applications early. Only
applications from responsible parties
will receive recognition.
For full nnd complete particulars,
apply to the sales agents, 32 King
street, over Castle & Cooke's. 'Phono
Main 141, P. O. Box 2C2.
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TURITY CO.. LTD.
BIG STEAL-QUICK RETURN
San Francisco, Aug. 7. Cunning, pa.
tlent and daring, thieves brol$c Into a
safe in the Selby Smelting nnd Leld
Company's work at Vnllejo Junction
between midnight and daylight jester
day morning and securej tlilrty-ern
bars of gold. The mass weighed 113J
pounds nnd Its value was $2fc0,fl00. It
Is the largest theft of gold D'llllo.i
known In this country.
The thteics planned their work with
Inflnlto caution and patience, They
executed the coup with daring and
quickness. They disposed cf every
tell tale sign with reninrknblj fore
sight and made their escape, taking
the enormous booty with them. In such
fashion that, so far as can be foreseen
now, they will neer be traced.
San Francisco, Aug. 10. Jack Win
ters, alias Ruck Taylor, received a
scorching and scathing "sweat" treat
ment yesterday, nnd before the day
was over confessed to facts which tin
police say will put an end to all th-t
mystery Involving the great Selby bul
lion robbery. By nightfall they con
fidently expect not only to have all
the evidences of his guilt In their pos
session, but to recou-r the $2S3,000 In
Winters could not stand the pepper
ing fire to which ho was mercilessly
subjected. Hour after hour they bat
tered away at him In Captain Sey
mour's office and hour after hour ha
became weaker and weaker, ills
nerves refused to withstand the .find
ing put upon them, and late In the nft
ernoon, worn nnd exhausted, he told
enough to the police ot satisfy them
that their work In regard to the recov
ery of the gold and the npprelier.slon
of the thief Is practically over.
London, Aug. 10. A Parliamentary
paper has been Issued containing the
proclamation Issued by Lord Kitchener
August 7 In accordance with Instruc
tions from the Imperial Government,
tho Governments of Cape Colony and
Natal concurring. The proclamation
"All commandants, field cornets nnd
leaders of armed hands, being burghers
of the late republics and still engaged
In resisting his Mnjcsty's South Afri
can dominions, and all members of the,
late governments of the Orango I'reo
Stutc and Transvnnl shall, unless they
surrender before September 15, bo per
manently banished from South Africa.
The cost of maintenance of the fami
lies or all liurghcrs lu the Held wiu
have not surrendered by September IS
nhnll not bo recoverable from such
burghers nnd shall bo a charge upon
their property, remowiljle and Ini
nun able, In the two colonies.' '
Tho preliminary correspondene1
bhows thnt the proclamation Is based
upon suggestions which the Govern
ment of Nntal forwarded to Colonial
Secretary Chamberlain July 21, nnd
that the date September 15 was recom
mended by Lord Mllner.
Tho Wnr Office has received no ad
vices giving color to tho rumor circu
lated by n news ngency that Lord
Kitchener has been wounded In a
skirmish with tho Doers. Tho rumor
Is officially discredited. Lord Kitchen
er's official dlspalcll reached TTie' War
Office this afternoon nnd contained li.)
reference to any accident to hlra.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous' Coallnga Oil
Fields of California,
I'rovcn oil lauds, completely sur
rounded by as rich ull-produclng wells
as thero nro In tho State, yielding from
50 to 50 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at tho Coal
lnga wells, 70 tents per barrel.
With twonty-flo producing wells of
100 barrels each per day, you can
niaKo jour own calculation as to
Tho oil industry of California Is In
Its Infancy, yet mnny fortunes havo
been mado by Judicious nnd lucky In
vestments In oil stock. Many mora
will bo mado In thu near future.
Tho avorugo advance, on original
sales of oil stock in twenty leading
companies In California has been from
tl to 9108 per share.
Oil lands havo advanced from 11.25
to $1,()00 and 92,000 per aero.
When tho Pacific Union Oil Com
pany has a number of producing wells
on Its property, Its stock will havo tho
samo show for oven a greater advance
ns some oil stock has advanced from
$1 to (1,500 per sharo,
Tho Tactile Union Oil Company has
no salaried oluceia, and Is luutiolled
by well-known gentlemen of Integrity,
who will sea that tho money derived
from tho sale of stock will bo legiti
mately applied to tuo development of
Kor turthor Information, apply to J.
II. riSHKIt A: CO.. Stock and Ilond
Brokers, and Hawaiian agents for tho
balo of n limited amount of 1'aclflc
Union Oil Company stock. Stangcn
wald building, Merchant stieet.
1903 I mo
nUuk books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
Instruments filed for recorJ Aug to. loot.
First Party becond Party Qasi
Hdl I and hus et al
L K Walpa
T K Lalaken
Jas B Cattle
Wing Mow Chan
bishop & Co
Mrs A K Ulukou
T K Lalakea
Wm R Castle
F L Dortch
k'olna Sugar Co Ltd L
I' culltn A M
P m Culltn et al L
Admr Est J V Lota A S Wilcox
A K Cimpbrll
WR Castle Tr
J G Jardlne
Instruments filed (Jr record Aug 20, toot
H H Pnker
M S Ptr y
j W Koakanu
RECOHOED AUG 12, toot.
Karlolanl Et LtJ to S K I'ooheJ. Ret,
Aug 12. 1 931 S HP 7440. Kill g274i K PU47
kui 10325. iiuieiea. uunaiei, kjuji; k r
10S0, kul 6735, Kapi ama, Honolulu
O hu. $47$. Bock 17 pige 100.
RLCONDLD AUG 13, IQ3I.
J E Noeersto W Rockev. li S. Jure ii.
looi! 'i Int In Letters Patent Nj. 1 55tr
"burtkj Paint". JIS75. uook 224 page
,1. Akeiu ti Francis Gay, M, July S,
looi; K r'4303, kui 1035, N.ipjuma, no
nolulu. 0liu. Itooo, 5 yrs at 5 per cent,
Book 220 pKC 241
M Aiilona ti Ah No. L. Jan 1. 1000: t ':
acres lanJ Haleaha, Kooiauloa, Oanu. 7yr
at to. B01K 210 piRe 45-
P Joseph to MdiSNevlt, D, July 1,
loot; K P 3385, KUI 442, waiiiee, .Maui
5750. Hoik 225 page 18;
E Al Macoon to Tone Tune. Consent,
Aug 5. lo?'; (0 assign lease &c, Al noa,
Honolulu, Oahu. Book 219 page 407.
Tone Sune to Hod Slnz Co. U S. Auc .,
igsi i leasehold, laroiV banana Planta ion,
Maiuu. Hnnolulu. Oihu. 5315. Book
110 page 460.
E HoJee to Supk Lee Wal, L.June 17,
loot: K P &r)5. KU Q20S. WalnllM. nam
lei, Kauai. 1 5 yrs at f 10. Book 219 pjRe
SKIllonatoSunitLeeWal. L, July 29.
looi: -hire In Hul Land walnina, nana
lel.Kajal 15 yri atf 5 Hook 219 paR:
V C AchI to Kaalohe'o, D. June 6, 1901:
lots 4 & s.H'ck 16. Kalulinl Tract, Ho
nolulu, Oihu I 00. Hook 225 rage 186
Chinese V M C A to Mrs Toj Tin Yau.
1). Jui e 27, 1001: lot 11, .M-aUIUI Cemett
r Honolulu, Oahu. I25. Book 225 paRi
Chinese Y Al C A to Tong Sh.iu Along,
D, June 27. 1001; lot 12, l.iklUI Cemelerv,
Honolulu, Oahu. 1 25. Book 215 page 189
H HjckfelJ & Co Ltd to I Etlcksnn. Kel,
Auir . 10011 lot 10. (iR t?-iooacrts), bides
Alachlnery -c, Puna, Hawaii. $250. Book
170 page 107.
H HackfelJ & Co Ltd to I Erlckson,
kel. Auk 5. 193U I't 10, (18 3 vioo acres),
MJrs, Alachlncy &c, Puna, Hawaii. Si.
Book 180 paRe 70.
Alex Smith to City Mill Co Ltd, D
Aug 8. looi : y, I t In piece land Kapuu-
kolo, Honolulu, Oiliu. fqoo. Book 22s
RECORDED AUG 14, tcoi.
Al Aalona to Ah No, L, Lcc 15. lS97i 9
lols Haleaha, Koolauloi. Uahu. 10 vrsat
S25. Bcok 219 paRe 47.
Moeawakea Tenotis et al to Miss K Ka
lua, D. Aug 31, 1899: houe lot. bldgs,
livestock &c, Kahaluu, N Kona, Hawaii.
tl. Book 222 page 491.
F Gomes to TShlbayami, L, Nov 20,
loooi por R P 5795. J V" at S35
Book 219 page 471.
W H Castle Tr to HooHau et al. Rel.
Auc u. 1001: leasehold blJes, crops iVc,
Pawaa, Honolulu, Oahu. Book 06
L K li Al Kelllaa to J B Atherton. Aldl
Chge, Aug 13. 1931; K I' 2763. N Kohala,
Hawaii. 5928. Buok 22(1 pige 245
RhCORDLD AUG 15, I901.
S Smith and vf to Allen & Robinson
Ltd. M, July 23, 19015 lot 19, Kapalama
Tract, Honolulu, Oahu. J780, 2 yrs at 8
per cent. Book 2:0 paRe 25O.
C D Eaton to E F UUhop Tr, At, Auk
12, 1901; lot C, block 3, AlcCully Tract,
Hnnolulu, Oahu. 2ooo, : yrs at 8 er
cent. Book 226 page 25 .
W Al Cainpbe 1 10 Jno Nell, D, July 27,
icon ot 18. b rck b ot grant 3400, fcuiao-
kahua, Honolulu, Oihi', Sicoo, Book 223
The last tlmo tho Hongkong Mnru
was hero she had two American boys
locked up In her strong 100m. They
were stowaways from San Francisco
who desired to como here but were
not allowed to land. They weie taken
tc Yokohama and turned oer to tho
company officials who furnished them
with transportation homo in the Amer
ica Maru. When the Hongkong left
Yokohama tho two boys turned up
aboard ugaln. This time they were put
on the bcach'at Kubo and a watch kept
nn them to see that they did not get
aboaid again. They claimed to hae
a brother In this city whom they want
ed to Join, When they got to thn
Oilcnt they concluded they would go
on to Manila Instead ot returning hero
At the launching of the Tredcrlck W.
Pay, n four masted Bchooner( from tho
yards of Kelly, Spear & Co., Hath, Me.,
lately, tho Bponsor scattered an ainiful
of roses and pinks on the vessel's bow
Instead of breaking tho traditional bot
tle of wine.
Mrs. .Slmson Willie, your shirt's
WUIle Some boys tempted me to go
in swimming, nnd I ran away ftotu
them so hard that I got Into oil awful
perspiration. Harper's IUsur,
iii:ucii iLi:cTwic cu
OJO M'-ket M.. S V.
Snb'rilieis to tho JH'U.KTIX
not rf'ct'iving their ia)ers pnmiptly
will confer u fnvor liy notifying the
l.usincsKi Olllco; Telephone L'50.
aJly Weak Men
mMttiWk' I'lerce's Klcc
l5puAiiis7T5Cr A with Drugs' lvt-V3iJrALlHS-
tluate Send for 'Uook-
VllSoV. V,N let ho. ' Address
PmV ' Vri' W
A. T. HAGBNCAMP. Mnnnflcr.
Several Valuable Pieces
By virtue of nn Order Issued out of
tno Circuit court of the First Judicial
Circuit. Hon. George 1). Gear, presld-.
iiir., 111 11 vaiiDQ ul isiimuMiin viiiibii,!
Adelaide Schllcf et al. versus Joseph
Clarke et ai Kqulty DUIslon, Number
120S, the undersigned will sell at Pub
lic Auction 10 the highest bidder, sub
ject (o confirmation by said Court,
ON 8ATURDAY. 8EPT. 14, 1901,
At 12 O'Cloek Noon,
At tho mauka cntranco to tho Judici
ary Building, In said Honolulu, Oahu,
tno following described' lands and tho
improvements thereon, to wit:
1. Thnt certain iilece or parcel ot
land situate on tho N. K. corner ot
King nnd Puncnbowl Streets, In Hono
lulu. Oahu, Territory of II awn! I. and
bounded and described ns follows:
Commencing at North corner and
South 20' Uast 75 links along Kco-
houui 4V .!'! West 3S9 links uloilj
liana Haallllo'B: thenco
Nortn 07 West 37 links along King
North 12' Kast 312 links along
Punchbowl street; thence to place of
commencement, nren 1-5 acre, Tho
samo being It. P. B705 of L. C. A. 211
to tlonokaupu, and being thu samo
tonced to the said Joseph ljiznniit
by Mrs. ,i. K. Fyfo and 1). K. Fyf-
her liusband, as per deed dated Nov.
3rd, 1SS3. and recorded In Liber SI,
2. Royal Patent Grant Number 3505.
That certain piece or parcel of Innd
situate at the uouth Slope, of Punch
bowl Hill, Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
and described as follows: Ixit No. 50J.
llcglnnlng at a point on mauka stila
of Kinnu Street and 200 tt. Westerly
from Iron plu at West angle ot Iloatd
man's premises, thenco tno boundary
runs by true bearings:
N. 21' 12' K. 2SG ft. along lots C03
S. SI 34 W. 113 5-100 nlong Lunv
S. 21 12' V. 229 along Iot 001;
S. CS' 4S' U. 100 along Klnau St. o
Area 257S0 sri. ft.
3. Two lots No. 117 nnd No. 118 on
IIVIVlUllIU niHTl, UVII1K lUlb UJ imrU'JIJ
nf Iniiil iloiiprllin.l In iinvnl IMtnnt Vn
01 lUlUI ilOHCrillQtl in UOjai 1 aiCIll .NO.
llcretnnla Street, being lots or pnrcols
ot, uuu iivBLnwii un hiuup,
corner of Lot No.
tho mnl.nt Sutttli
11U IT. Metcnira)
Soutli "S- 15' i:aat 200 ft. nlot
mnuUa Htreot to West corner of It
No. VJ (U. U. Howlln's). thonco
North 11 4V Kast 150 It. nlons It
to lta maui.a North corner.
North "S- 15' West 200 tt. to mauka
1-. corner of Uot No. lit!, thenco
South 11 & Went 150 ft. nlonB Uil
No. 116 to placo of comnicnccment,
contalimiK t33 fathoms and IS ft. nioro
or lens. Leas what has hIiico beeu
ilcocled to tho wile. (This lot 1 on tlu
Walklkl slilo of lot now occupied 1)
Mrs. A. I, .King.)
4. That curtain pleco or parcel o!
Innil Rltuntn nt thn mnuKn rnrnnr nf
I'nnplilinu'l nml l'nlnp,, Vnllf Klrnnta I
In saiu Honolulu, described as fol
Apaua 1. Commencing at a point on
l'unchbowi Street; being North corner
of l'a.ato WalK ami l'unchbowi Street
wlilcli is ..io Soutli West lorncr of
this lot, thenco
North .43' .Knst U.O chains alor.s
l'unchbowi street; thenco
North 41 West 3.17 chains nlong let
of Keltlahomil; thenco
South 37 West 1.09 chains nlo.w
government to l'nlaco Wall; along lot
of Krencli; thenco along snmo to placo
of commencemnt. Area 1 rood 10
perches It. 1'. No. 4511 !,. C. A. 278 to
5. That pleco or parcel of land at
tho West corner of Jlaunakea and IV
uahl Streets, hot "II" und hot "C".
HeglunliiR at a point on tuu North
West sldo of MaunnUca Stieet Jj.O
feet maknl of tho corner of I'aualil
Street and running
8. 57 10' W. True C1.5 ft. along Sin
N. 32 50 W. Truo 42.0 ft. along Ma
Ha Kahal lot.
N. 57 10' C. 'iruo C2.0 ft. nloig
8, 32' 22' n. True 42.0 ft. along KIro
Depaitmcnt lot to the Initial point nnd
rontnlnlng an area of 2590 iuarefoot.
This lot Is leased to I.au Cnong nt V-i
por month, wlilcli leaso will expire on
tho 1st day of May, 1V08.
G. A1m tho undivided Intore-st of thn
lato Joseph Lazarus In and to tlioio
certain pieces or parcels of land situ
ated In tho li.htriot or II mm, Ibkunl of
Maul, descillicd ns follows'
1. That certain pleco situate nt Ku
pohue and conejed to (1. Keal.nulalwl
nnii J. iilliniia In iloeu lecnnlcd In the
gister of needs iii Honolulu in
qtun-d 7""n!'?es's "' '""l 3" nra
:. Timt poriion cf tin, Ahupunn of
Nuolea c olives ed to eaid O. rfcul.uu
lulwl nnd J. KlliaKa by deed leeoMk'tl
In said lloglster Hook 78 on pagts 3' I
and 351, mea nciiulied 25 ueres
2. Hint portion of tho llhilun of Kon
II com eyed to i-:ilil O, Keaknulalnl tui'l
At the er.tra c
to the F-imout
lao Valley. mJ
easy access t
volcano In the
ISLAND OF MAUI.
J. Kltlaka by deed recorded In said
Ileglster In Book 78 on pages 352 nnd
353, nrca ncqulred 21 acres,
Alt of said pieces of Innd being tlu
samo that were coneyed to Josepn
Lazarus by 1). Toomey ny deed datm
April B, lsyi, and recorded In llooic
158 011 ingo 2SS, and now under lea.vs
to the unmoa Plantation, said lease to
expire on .March 19, 1904.
Terms of salo aro rash In IT. S. GoU
coin, thnt ten (10 ) per cent of th-j
nmount be paid on tho day of sale, and
deeds nt expense 01 purchasers. For
further particulars, enquire, of the un
dersigned at his olllcu In said Judici
Dated Honolulu, Oahu, August 15.
i901. J. A. THOMPSON.
Notice to Creditors.
Th u&JtrttBTTti having Utn iuty ippolnttl Al
tnlnlitnlor of thecktitc tl Wit I lam C. -leflch. Ui
ccite4, Ut of Honolulu. Oihu, netlce i ticrcbr
Ctvci fo atlirtdllofs to prtint thtlr claim italRt
ilJ Wlltlam C Clench, Jgly authtnilcitM ani wltft
prortr vouchers. If any cxltt, even If tlit claim li
iwcurci bv m Ttga?t upon ml tuta Ittun4r
enfi, at nls olTtftat 79 rchai.t street, Hmm ul
Oahu, within Ii months fr m tn dato of th Ont
publication htrt of , or they will bt I orcvir bairei
Honolulu. Oahu, Aujrutt i. 1001.
AJmlnlstrator of the estate of Willla-n C Cleftch.
iaoqAiig.n ,t - . . 1 M 1 .
S THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST
Circuit Teint&ry cf Hawaii In rrotate. at Cham
hrrs In 'he aiter of the W ot w. If, Cumnlnts.
taieot Honolulu, Oahu Jeciatel, ThatetHinanl
no unts of the aimlilstrator i said Jeceatei.
wheriln he aks that his aco ntt beexamltcl arl
arrroel, ani the a final ti Jer be mile of ilulbu
tion ( the property reralmns In his haiit to tV
prrsons thereto entitlti, ani Jluhatcmr him frorc
an lunntr rcponsieiuty at such ajmnittrararnir
(nir (hlt Jay tcn Mti It Is o Jrrei that Frliay, tit
6hiayof SLI'TLMIil.U. A L, loot, at ten o'ctock
a m , at Chambers tn the Court House, at Honolulu,
be ani the same hereby Is appointed atihe l ani
place for hfa'ine ali petit on ni accounts, ani
t at all perions Irterest 4 may then ani theic ttprear
ani show came. If any ttey have, why the sat
shouti nt be cntJ.
rionoiuiu, uar.u, juiy q, igii.
Uy he Court
J A THOMPSON.
CECIL HROWN, Clerk,
the Aimtnlstrator In person I
lopl-Jjy o, Autt6,io
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST
Circuit Terrlnvy of Hawaii At Chamber. In I'm
bate. In th matter of the estate ol Pliwl anaet,
(w)lateof Honolule. Oahu, iKrasei Cn reailt(
aii fillntr the petition of John A. Baker. Aimtnlt
tratof with will annrxri praylne for an urie r of sale
of crna'n teal titat b tontine to sali iterate!.
sluaei rear Maurak'a street between f'auabl ani
Heretanfa streets. In Hn'tlulu, Oahu. tting rart ot
the premises particularly J 'scribed In LCA. Ne.
ill, recoriei n liber n, paie t4 ani settme forth
cer'aln leal reasons why such real estate shouti
be sold. It hereby nrd red, that the heirs ani ne
of kin of sali deceived, ani all persons lntretd a
thessldestate, appear before this Cnottoa FRIDAY".
the th day of StPTfcMUEW. AD. ioji. ato,w
o'clock a m , at the Court Room of this Court, ta.
Honolulu, Oahu, then and thire to snow cause why
an order should not be trantfi for the sale ofsikh
Honolulu, Auiju-t i, 19:1
Uy the Cnmt.
I U KELLETT JR .
H'ictAug 1. ,6 q,m,i6, t.io Cletk.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST
Circuit. TeriMory of Hawaii. In probate, at chars
rrrs. In the matttr of the esae cf A C, Peitana.
, ufiumujiiu" Biiuirnn,uu
TO SllL WAL l-STMi. On rcadlrr aai ttllnr the
rttltlnof M. A.Gonsalves. of Honolulu, Island ut
i vanu, as ajminisiraior 01 me csiait ti v. v.. ies
tana, deceased, late of Honolulu aforesaid. pralnr
for an order au'hoililnir and licensing the said ad
ministrator to sell tertaln real estate belonging t
ald estate described as fclloasr All that certs'
pa'cel oi land, situate on the tast side tl Makik
Street. Honolulu. Oahu frcn'lnc I4 feet on si
Makiht St re l, with a dtpti of ito feet, and bounded
on the muk side iy land or Jn Ouderktrk on the
Walklkl side by land of lOcs, and on the makal
side by tnns Lane, being 4 portlun of tlvi land des
cribed in Rojal I'atent tso 6011, and containing at
lit ui aV tiuarr trvt, lth Uocutuart thrr.io;
ani mI'Idk lrlti certain Ireal rraftun. wliu,h iral
Mint huuU Nttul4to!t that tur. ItnuULtt
clrnt rraonal property NrlonKlriK tataiirfUteu
pay th vallJ debt, aelni thjin, ari ttitt taA
drftt anfrrKata thf aum of ilQfi.gi
Nuw, thrt fore. It (a re rtt) uricrei that all prion,
lntrrtrJln aaUetta a aprrar before ma at Ctaat
bera. In Probate at the Court Hou.e In honlt.ta
alcetaU. on HylPAY. the Cthdavnl sLPTEMIICK.
toot, at un o'cltK In the f .rtnoon t then anJ ttkre
to ah .wcauae why audi oiUr ahoutj not b ttsuel.
Ani It la turttr orirreJ.ttut notk. nt thla orier be
publlfchej at least thrte auccenlve ctk belira oi
aali iay of hearing tn tre Lve nine, tljltetln, a thw
pafer of general Irruial'on, publlvbei In H-mtltJi
aturesali. the laat i ub Icatiun to be net let. than tea
J,ya prvluua t the time therein appolntei lur aali
Dalei Honolulu. T ll Ih'a jut day of July, AD.
CEO. D. CEAR.
Second Judge ol tali Orart.
I. M. LOSO.
Attorney (or Aimlnlfttrator iasrjC
DURING MY ABSENCE FRO
Honolulu, Frar.k E.-Thompsoii, Esq., (of
Mesrs. Magoon and Thompson) will td.
(or me under watrant of Attorney.
Parties deslnrg to communlctte with
me personally, may send letleu anJ tele
grams to me care of I lie LonJon, PnrW
and American Hank, San Francisco, which
will promptly forward sime.
1864-fot A.S. HUMPHREYS.
ROOMS AT 542 BERETANIA ST.-
Tho former residence of H. Iose.
Electric lights, hot and cold tratcr.
rooms lnrgo uud nlry and ery tat
fully furnished. Excellent table board,
SAVE YOUK PHOTOS.
The process of binding pic
tures under glass is made so
simple Vy the introduction o.
the Gummed Binding Papci
that anyone can do it
It will afford a pleasant even-
mg's occupation and ave your
, pliotQs Jrom ruin, to get what
you require at KING BROS.
and do the work vour-ell.
Full stock h anv shade.
The Uvenlng llulletlu 75 cents per
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