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EVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1901.
Oceanic Steamship Company
. tmer itf this line will arrlTe and leave this port as hereunder:
mO.M SAN FRANCISCO.
SONOMA AUO. 28
ALAMEDA SEPT. 7
VENTURA SKPT. 18
ALAMEDA SEPT. 2S
SIERRA OCT. 3
ALAMEDA OCT. 19
SONOMA OCT. 30
ALAMEDA NOV. 9
" Local Boat J
In connection with the aalllng of the above steamers the ajenta are pre
pared to laiue, to Intending pawengera, coupon through ticket by anj rail
road from San Franclaco to all point In the United SUtea, and from New
fork by any ateamahtp line to all Knropean porta.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. Q. Irwin & Co., Limited
" GENERAL AQINTfl OCEANIC B. B. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamer, ol tht above comranlea will call at Honolulu anl
leave thl. port on or about tht datci below mentioned.
For Japan' and China: For San Francisco:
PEKING AUG. 21 CHINA AUG. 27
GAELIC .. '. SEPT. 3 DORIC SEPT. 6
HONOKONO MARU SEPT. 11 NIPPON MARU SEPT. 13
CHINA SEPT. 19 PERU SEPT. 21
For general Information apply to P. M, S. S. Co.
H. HACKFIBLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian -Australian Royal Mail Steamship Company.
car.ltiatiera of tie abort Hot. mcnlac la coaatctloa with tat CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
hiwm Veacouver. B. 6 , anl S-ey, N. 3. W., arjj calllot at Victoria. 1). C, Honolulu mi Brlabana
lit IIIIK AT MONOLl'M; ll ao 11 1 1 111" bilow atated vlai
ROM VtCuUVEIi AND I"3V C
MOANA AUO. 31
MIOWERA SEPT. 28
tarrsriefo tcireie i.tu.d frora Hejalutrj ta Caa.
reeMf. ana ai a.rai loiorn.iioD. appij 10
Thco. H. Davlcs &
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
' 1 DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
8. 3. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, Sailed.
8. S.HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tana, to aall to Ball Oct. 15.
8. 8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, tailed from NEW YORK June 1G; will
load at PUQET 80UND about SEPT. 1 for HAWAIIAN PORTS.
Ki eight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South HrooMn. at
all times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Llnea 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 Reeding Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
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.
K. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Co.
TIME TABLE. '
From and After January 1, 1SS9.
a. Son. '..all?
ai Saa. Dallr DaMr
AJI. AM. Mi.
F. C. SMITH, Gen'l Pass. & Ticket
Q. P. DENISON, Superintendent.
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
fleneral Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of tho United States lor tho Ha
Olllce, : Meithaut St. i llonululii.
FOR SVVN FRANCISCO,
VENTURA AUO. 27
ALAMEDA SEPT. 11
SIERRA SEPT. 17
SONOMA OCT. 8
ALAMEDA OCT. 23
VENTURA 'OCT. 29
ALAMEDA NOV. 13
ROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
cor Victoria an Vaaeourar (B.C.):
MIOWERA AUG. 28
AORANGI ."r.-SEPT. 25
a Eiroaa. Fai l-ralrbt aal
Co., Ltd., Gcn'l Aftcnte.
Lines of Travel.
YOD 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, 315 Fort St.
, TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for jour message
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
r... !..v V.lklkl tor town at . it. 6 m. 6 it A.M.
and esery J minute, thtrealter It I toss, MlM and
II it P. trwn W4 klkl go tn U Punaliou SUHtl.
Can tease R Nance or Pawaa iluti lor toon at
t jja M. anl ever) is jnlnule.lhereallerllll ti orl'.M
Can leave Hon and King; ttreeU corner lor Halama
at 6.io A.M. and every 15 minutei after till li.as
Cart leave lor rauma onty ai ana vio a m
Cart leave Palama (or Wilkikl A and every
minnt.fc till a At v m . thtn at 10 it an! to it l.M
ThettitP.M from Palama lor I'unahou only goes
to Wilkikl on Saturda) .
Cart leave tort am Mng atreet. corner iui nine
Range at s J and ;o a.m.
Crt leave I urt and ktlnc uree corner for walklkl
at6cA M. and every ij minutei till ioovp.m. then at
to ij mo 11.41 1 ti. me 11 15 r.m juri i. n.mw
BERCTANIA STREET AND :-;UANU VALLEY,
Care leave Punaliou Stitle f Toon at 110 and
for Ton and Valley at 5 40 s 50 1 eo 0 40 t and
Cart leave OihJ College for tow,, id Valley at
6 y 6.J0 and 7.10 A.M and ever) 10 mil. ea till 10 10
P.m. except the even hour and half, hour can which
run from the StaMf,
Cars leave Nuuanu Valley at 6 10 6 10 6 jo A.M and
every 10 minute lherealtcr till 10 j P.M
Can leave Hon and Queen klrretl for Punahou
College at 6o6evb4SA H and every 10 minutes
after till 0.41 P.M After that the cars run tn the
btiMe up to 1 1 .(of .M. whUh Is the last car from Town,
reaching the Stable al 11 10 P M
H. Hackfel(P& Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen 8treets, Honolulu.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European ar.d American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen Stt,
I'ino Job L'riittiiiK at tho 13ul
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY1 AND MA
TURITY CO, LIMITED.
FORTY -FIVH CHOICE RESI
denco lots Just opened to home-seekers,
comprising a seven-ncro tract of
land adjoining the Punaliou grounds,
each lot facing on a good, broad street,
and bounded by Wilder aenue, Motr
calf and Dolo streets. Tho land In It
self Is unquestionably, aside from bo
Ing desirable on account of easy ac
cess to and from the city, tho best and
cheapest property yet placed on the
market. Wide streets, electric car lino,
high and alluvial soil, besides being
situated climatically unexcelled.
Terms most reasonable. Thoso de
siring homes will do well by calling on
or filing their applications early. Only
applications from responsible parlies
will receive recognition.
For full arfd completo particulars,
apply to tho sales agents, 32 King
street, over Castle Ac Cooke's. 'Phono
Main 141. P. O. Box 2C2.
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TURITY CO.. LTD.
Carriage of Powder
on Passenger Boats
Many of the merchants In town ntul
tho local shipping companies will be
Interested In the following recent rul
ing of tho Treasury Department:
Treasury Department July 2G. 1901.
Sir: The Department Is In receipt ot
your letter of tho 25th Inst., Inclosing
a communication received by jour
company from the Nltro Powder Com
pany of Kingston, N. V., In reference
to projected shipments of nltro pow
ders to Cuba and Mexico the Nltro
Powder Company dcslrca to ship, but
which your company has refused to
accept on the ground that nltro pow
ders would probably come "under the
head of articles prohibited by law to
be carried on passenger steamers." and
j on nsk for n ruling of the Department
on the subject.
In reply, j-ou are Informed that not
withstanding tho claims of the Nltro
Powder Company that their nltro pow
der Is safer than ordlnury black pow
der, though used for blasting purposes
"In competition with dynamite." the
Department can only class It with
other "like dangerous articles' 'referred
(o In section 472, Revised Statutes,
unit that It lias no ffuthorlty to permit
Us enrriage on such passenger steam
essels, as the only explosive powder
named In the law (Sec. 4422. Rev. Stat.)
that may be carried on cuch passenger
stelimcrs Is the ponder designated In
the section referred to as "gunpowder."
In mnklng this decision, the Depart
ment has no Intention of contesting the
claim of the Nllro Powder Company as
to the safety ot the nltro powiler manu
factured by them as compared with
gunpowder. Its decision being based
wholly on the technicality of the law ns
to the kind ot cxptosUc powder thai
may legally be carried on passenger
O. L. SPALDING.
Mr. S. C. Neale. Washington. D. C.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coallnga
Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, completely sur
rounded by as rich oil-producing welts
as there, nro In the State, yielding from
50 to 250 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at tho Coal
lnga wells, "0 cents per barrel.
With twenty-nvo producing wells of
100 barrels each per day, j'ou can
mako your own calculation as to
Tho oil Industry ot California Is In
Its Infancy, yet many fortunes have
been mado by Judicious and lucky lit-
vcbtmcntR lu oil stock. Many moro
will bo mado in tho near future.
The nvurago ndvnnco on original
sales of oil stock in twenty leading
companion In California has been from
91 lu fiuo pur Biiuii',
Oil lands havo advanced from 11.25
to $1,000 and $2,000 per acre.
When tho Pacific Union OH Com
pany has a number of producing wells
en Its property, Its Btock will have tiu
samo snow or even a greater auvancc.
as somo oil stock has advanced from
$1 to $1,500 per share.
Tho I'aclHc union Oil company lias
no salaried officers, and Is controlled
by well-known gentlemen of Integrity,
who will seo that tho money diirlvud'
from tho salo of stock will bo legiti
mately applied to ttiq development of
For further Information, apply to J.
II. l'ISIlICR & CO.. Stock and Iioml
Urokers, and Hawaiian agents for tho
talo of a limited amount of l'aclllo
Union OH Company stock. Stangen
wald building, Merchant street.
SEARCHING FOR HORSES
Ker slnie the niornliiB of the llio
at the Stock Yards stables, employes of Mug(, C(J $,0. T,rm stnU(ml.ry
that corporation have been out In alMs(or0i . wlchmnn jCWclry Store,
directions after horses that were turn-, $10. ,, To)m,co Co., $10;
ed looee at tho time of the conllagra
tlon. One horse was found yesterday
afternoon and another this morning.
noth are tho property of the company.
It being belles ed that some of tho anl
mills In their fright, went up on Tan
talus, a number of men nro at work In
that locality today.
.. .- -.. .1 I-
ll is iwrt-u uy Bu... u. sue ,..c su-
terested in the affairs of the Stock
Yards Company that some of tho
horses have been purloined. In Hono
lulu as"well as every other community
of any size nt all thero uro always peo
ple who would not hcsltalo to secrets
horses which are missing under the
clrcumstunces induced bj such a file
as th eone at the Stock Yards. How
eer, It Is belles. cd that nil the horses
that got away on the morning of the
Ore will turn up sooner or later
Mr, Ilronston Mr. mid Mrs. Upton
both had mi new suits lu church to
day. Mrs. Upton's dress was tailor
made. Mrs. Ilronston Huh' How tin you
know It was tnllor-mailo?
Mr. Ilronston llccaiibfi Mr Upton's
clothes wero ready nude. New York
Instruments fitrJ fur recur I Aug 22 tool,
beennj Party Class
J K IMhmi
W C Shields
M A Goes
M P Roblnon M
Jno Kaminuwal M
Chin I an Kan Ting BS
Chang Yal B S
.Mary Dowsett M
C Basse M
K Mc G Cooper
M Merger M
E D ftnney P A
Instrument tiled I T record Aug 2), loot
First Pjrty Secotid Pjrtv Class
J F. Ray C O'Rouke D
Ttnlo Co Laupnhoth e bujar Co Ag'mt
" " TKotino PA
ShlmlzuCo " " " Arrmt
' " "CM
" " T Konno P A
II Haiti F L Leslie A L
Kal.oomana and wf I-' W Bartels O
RCCORDCD AUO tq 1901.
W D Mexander Jr to E D Raldwln, D.
I n 38, lepi: li.t In g ant 3) & R IN 2(Q7
" Ji. Mama, Honolulu, Oahu. fico
B;ol225 page 230.
J L11I7. t J W Mom tull & vf, Rel. Aug
14, loot; house lot "aWnpali, Kohala, Ha
waii. 2jo. Hoik 160 pace 187.
J da Crista and u f 0 J Rap zo, I), Aug
10, itis ofrico acre l.i d Unkorro, Ma
kawao, Maul. 29.35. Bo l22; pige2).
J Ke.inu to Leong Hong, M, Aug 1.
lost; 1027-100 acts lanj Kamehamrlril,
Ku:a, Maui. 167.23 Bo U 227 page iq
Mjna to Wlilklna, D, Jtn 13. iqm; pors
R I' 3428, kill 40W. Walhee; I it In Hul
Land Hatnikuapoko, Maul. $1. Book
215 page 201
UKHaoetal to G W MeDuueall. L.
Jin 2, loot; R P 1571, kulK, Ahupuaa
Ke likj-lie. N Kona, Hawaii. i yrs at
I150. Book 219 page 489.
G W AlcUounall to J P Curtes. A I..
A'Ji 12, 1031; grant 1571, Ahupuaa Keala
kehe. N Kona, Hawaii, (ico. Book 219
V itc Fre ta. In F P.iclifco et a I. A M.
Aug I (j, 1901; mtg alo1uokamalle, por R
P ion, Kan.iuoaiKi, a Nona, nawau.
f-joo. Book 226 page 260.
HOSouleCoLtd to 1st Bank of lillo
Ltd, C M, Aug 27, 1900; stuck leaseholds
&c. II cVC U K 227 page 20.
W R Patterson et at to Yuen Fong Wo
KreCo Ltd. U. Aug 1, 1901; Int In lots 15.
16 cV 17. Kalua 'irict, Wailuku, Maul.
f27oo. Book 225 page 202.
O10I1I to IllloSujarCo. M, Aug 13,
1901; por R P 2018, W.iln.iku, Hllo, H-
ur.-ill 1 co. Ilniik tlb nae 2(ll.
Haikuloa to Uwal.i, D. Aug 9, 1901;
ror grant 3G62. Ahupina Olohena, Puna'
Hawaii, ft. HOOK 22s page 210.
T K Lalakea to Hllo Sugar Co, M, Aug
1;, 1931; i Int in kul 190, P.iapaa, hllo,
Hnvall. 1550, 3 v rs at b percent. Book
Wing Mow Clnn to Che C.em. C M,
Aug 19, iqot; ItjstholJ & bldgs, Flirt bt
Honolulu, Oahu 15000 10 months at 9
percent. Book 226 page 264.
W T Rawlins to V Wood Ad Chge,
Maris, 1901; RP 40, kul 201, Queen St
Richard streets, Hoimlulu, Oahu, 5o, 7
percent. Book 22I page 2C6.
Admr Est J W Lota to A S Wilcox, D.
.ug 16, 190IJ 0 O-10 acres land Hanaltl,
Kauai, J;oo. Book 225 page 207.
Admr Est J W Lota to A S Wilcox. D.
Aug 16, 1901; 4 3-10 acres land Har.alel,
Kauai. J'joo, book 225 page 200.
A K Campbell to Pally Bird, Rel, July
18. 1901: int in k r 0715, jvukiki. Hono
lulu, Oahu. 5400. Bo k 214 page 28.
W R Castle I r 1 1 J G Jardlne, D, Am
19. 1901; lot a, Kukuau 2nd, Hllo, Hawaii.
1 300. Book 225 page 210.
E At Vlerra b'v Attv to Sunt Public
Work. D. Aug 19. loots por grants 104S
& 10)2, N it b Hllo, Hawaii. J 50. Hook
225 page 204.
Lily Patterson (wlff of W R to Yuen
Fong Wo Kee 0 I r. Rel Dower, Aug 12,
looi-, lots 15, 16 & 17, Kalua Tract. Wai
luku, Maul. 51. Book 225 page 204.
Halll and hus et al to L K Walpa, D,
July 15. 1899; R P277G, kul 4284, Pauwe
la, HimaKualui, Maul. Containing
72-100 acres. Consideration 750. Book 225
NUW HAWAIIAN SONGS.
The band concert at tho Hawaiian
hotel liibt cicnlug was unusually In
teresting ntul enjoyable. Tho new fea
ture was the rendition of four new
eongs by Miss J. Kclllua arid Mrs, N
Alapal. The songs were composed by
Mrs. Kmma do Krles and urranged by
Captain Ilergcr. Tho titles of the new
compositions arc "Kttkllnklla," "Wnl
Kaahuula," "Klllolanl" and "Llhollho."
Uurlng tho concert, Mrs. de Pries
entertained a number of guests on tho
hotel lanals. Tho large crowd In tho
park applauded the new songs with
Laliop Day Money.
l'p to last evening, the committee In
rhnr nf n. i.-ihnr iinv rnlpbr.-itlon
reported $1,871 subscribed for. The
Carpenters' Union nrt last nlKht and
rontrlliuted '00 to tho fund. Tho sub
scriptions of jesterday were as follow s:
Hnwnll.in (luzctto Co.. $25; I. licit Orcii..
JIO, Mnifuilanu & Co.. Jio; Ilawnllan
Wine Co.. $10; Wilder Lumber Co.v $25;
Holiinn DniK Co. $10; 8. I. Shaw &
f'.i e.9r. Mlnnrntr filinn Rlnrn tlOt
,,.,-. , r., ,,s. o,..,,,,,,-
Khlers & Co.. $10; i:. W. Jordan, $10;
Pacific Mill Co., $10; W. 0. Achl. $10;
J. M. Monsarrat, $2.50; Pulton &
Scott, $2.50; Itlsdon Iron Works, $10;
I. II. Kerr & Co., $10; J. M. Mclncrny,
I A .l-l.tfH urlin thnilolil tn 1m kIaVA.
' '"" "" ."""b" - "" v.-.v.
.j, of mtIo Tomm,A.
"Tommlc, what would you rather do
or go flshlug?"
Tommlo pondered a time and then
"Indeed, sir. I can t make up my
mind." Ol Jo State Journal.
The Chip Off the Old lllock "I can
tell uu 0110 thing, Maria, If Johnny
Is llko me he will have good staying
qualities nnyhow," "Ho has them now,
John. He'd stay In bed till noon fiery
day If I'll let him " Iloiton Traveler
t)r Pierce-. Lice"
trie Doily llnttcr
Avtav withP'un. l-ve.
tlg.te S.nd lor lUik
let Mi 9" Al'ret.
- l'll!WCUV!t.i:CTHIC CO.,
1 6J0 ,M"ket St., S l.
w .; .Wr,rMv,iK.v.,vy j1 -V.
Several Valuable Pieces
lly irtue of an Order Issued out pf
tno Circuit Court or tho Klrst Judicial
Circuit. Hon. George D. Oear, presid
ing, In a caiiRo at Chambers entitled
Adclaldo Schllcf et al. versus Joseph
uiarko et ai., Kqulty DlvlBlon, Number
1208, tho undersigned will sell at Pub
lic Auction to tho highest bidder, sub
ject (o confirmation by said Court,
ON SATURDAY, 8EPT. 14, 1901,
At 12 O'clock Noon,
At tho mauka entranco to the Judici
ary Building. In said Honolulu, Oahu,
tno following described lands and thu
Improvements thereon, to wit:
1. That certain piece or parcel of
land situate on tho N. B. corner of
King and Puncnbowl Htrects, In Hono
lulu, Oahu, Territory of ilnwnll, and
bounded and described as follows:
Commencing at North comer an I
Hotith 29 i:iBt ,5 links along Keo-
Horn.. 48" 30' West CSD links nlon,;
Hann llaallllos; thenco
Nortn Ci9 West 37 unl.fl along KIiib
North 42 Hast 342 link nlont;
Punchbowl street; thenco to place ol
commencement, area 13 acre. Tho
samo belntc II. I. C705 of L. C. A, 111
to Honokailpll, and being tho samo ,
1..,ft,nii , ,urt t,t t i. r ...... I
L'0n0el to thO Bald Joseph .Uzari.H
by MrH. t). K. Kyfe and 1). K. Vy(',
her hnslmnd. as per dee,, dated Nov.
oni. looj, aim recoruuti in i.iuer s), ,
2. Iloyal Patent Grant Number 350.
Ihat certain pieco or parcel ot land
situate at tho bouth Slope ot Punch
bowl Mill, Honolulu. Island of Oa'ni,
and described as follows: Lot No. GOJ.
UcKlnnlne at a point on mauka shla
of Klnau Street and 200 It. Westerly
from Iron pin at West angle of Iloaid
man's premises, thenco tno boundary
runs by true bearings:
N. 21- 12' K. 2SC ft. along lots 503
and 50 j;
S. 81 31' W. 113 5-100 along I.unv
S. 21 12 W. 229 along Lot 501;
S. 08' 48' K. 100 along Klnau St. 'o
Area 25750 so. ft.
3. Two lots No. 117 and No. 118 on
Ilcrctanla Street, being lots or parco's
of land described' in ltoyal Patent No.
281. and described as lollows:
Commencing at tho makal South
corner of Lot No. 110 IT. Metcair's)
South 78 15' Kast 200 ft. nloi.g
nmiilui street to West corner of I.t
No. 119 (It. II. Iloulln'H), thenco
North 11" 15' Kast 160 rt. along L-it
No. 119 to Its maiiKa North corner,
North 78 15 West 200 tt. to mauka
K. cbrner of Lot No. llfl, thenco
South IT 4a West 150 ft. along Lu
No. 116 to plnco of commencement,
containing 833 tathoms and 12 ft. moro
or less. Less what has slnco been
deeded to tho wife. (This lot Is on tin
Walklkl sldo of lot now occupied by
Mrs. A. L .King.)
4. That certain pieco or parcel ot
land situato at tho mauka corner ot
Punchbowl and Palaco Walk Streets,
In said Honolulu, described as fol
L Aimna 1. Commencing at n point on
I Punchbowi btrcct; being North corner
. of Pa.nco Wnlit and Punchbowl Street
which is ..10 South West corner of
this lot, thenco
North 43 l;ast v.n chains nlon?
Punchbowl street; thenco
North 41' West 3.17 chains along lot
of Kelllahonul; thenco
South 37 West 1.0D chains alo.u
government to Piilaco Walk along lot
of Preiuh; thenco along samu to placo
of commencemnt. Area 1 rood 10
perches It. P. No. 4514 1.. C. A. 278 to
5. That pieco or parcel of land at
tho West corner of Maunakea and l'n
ttahl Streots. Lot "11" anil Lot "C".
Ileglnnlng nt a point on tno North
West sldo of Mfiunakca Street 33.0
feet makal nf thu corner of Pauahl
Street ami running
8. 57 10' W. Truo 01.5 ft. along Mis
N. 32 50' W. Truo 42.0 ft. along Ma
lta Kahal lot.
N. 67 10' K. 'true C2.0 ft. along
8. 32 22' E. Truo 42.0 ft. along Klro
Department lot to the Initial point and
tontalnlng an urea of 2590 square feol
This lot Is leased to l.au Cnong nt VM
per month, whlrh lease will cxplro on
tho 1st day ot May, IU0S.
C. Also the undlUded Inlotest of tho
lato Joseph I-aiar'us In nnd to tlnjo
certnln pieces or parcels of land sltu
nteil In tho D.stnct ot liana, Island of
Maul, described as follows
1. That curtain piece situato nt K.i
pohuo ami convoyed to (1. Kcakaulalwl
ami J. nlliatia by deetl rerorded In tho
Itt'gistcr ot Deeds In Honolulu lu
Hook TK 011 pages 354 tnul 355 nret
iirqiilred 7 nctcs.
2 That portion nf tho Ahuptina of
Nuole.'l (oneeil to salt! D Konkau
lalwi and J Kllinl.it by deed recorded
In nafil Register Hook 78 tin pages 3'i
and 351, nrcn inquired 25 aru-s
3 that portion of tho lllnlni of Kon
11 cnineyt.M tu snltl (1, honkuultilwl mid
to the Famous
lao Vallev. and
easy access to
volcano In the
for Tourists and
ISLAND OF MAUI.
J. Klllaka liv deed rccorilctl In said
Register In Hook 78 on pages 352 and
353, area acquired 21 acres.
All of said pieces of land being th?
same that were conveyed to Jopn
laznrtis b I). Toomcy by deed datru
April l, ISJit, ami re(orded In lloia
15b on paf.e 208, and now under lea.w
to the namoa Plantation, salt! lease ta
expire on March 19, 1904.
Terms of sale are cash In U. S. (loll
coin, that ten (10 ) per cent of th
amount be paid on tho day of sale, an4
deeds nt expense 01 purchasers. Kor
further particulars, enquire of tho ua
derslgnett at his office In said Judici
Dated Honolulu, Oahu, August il.
i901. J. A. THOMPSON.
!N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST
CliMjIt. Ttrritory of Hwll In Probiu . Al Cfeut
tr. In the matter of h ttt of James A. Hofptf,
Ute of Honolulu. Oahu, deceatei, tet'aie. The peti
tion anJ account of the Exe utrU anJ EMcuton rf
the wit) of tali Jeceaed. wherein ihejr a A. ttiat theft
accounts be examlneJ and arr"vej, and thit a ffrut
Ofvfff be maJe of dKvtrlbvilon of the prop rty remain
Inf In their hands to the persons thereto em tleJ. anJ
..lunar gin c thrm from all further fepon)t?.tlty at
such Executrix aoj Laecu ors having Nen file J
It U ordered. thatMONt)V. the oh Jay nfSEP
TbMHbR, A. D '9.1, at TEN (clock a.m. at
Chambers, In tht Court flout, at Honolulu, te ani
the unit hereby Is appo nted as the time ri rlace
for hearing said petition and accounts, anJ that a
persons Interested may then and there appear nl
stnw cause, If any they have, hy the tame ttrm'j
nut be r ranted
Honolulu, Uahv, Aueust a, 1001.
By tht Cot rt 1
J, A. THOMPSON
KISNLV, BALLOU & McCLANAHAN,
IAt orne)S tor the txecutrlx and CviutoK.
ity6Aug e 9 16 t
. IN TIIL ClRCl'IT COURT OF THE FWST
j Circuit Terrltoty of Hawaii Al Chambers, in Pro-
I ht In that anllar nl lha aklatak nf Uliul tlanua,.
(wj late of Hnnolut ; Oahu, decraiel On reaila
a.d filing theietltlon of J. hn A, Batter, Almlnh
trator with will tnntxed praying for an order of sate
of certain teal eita bnnpinp to salJ Jeceat.
sluated tear Maunakea sttiet beten Pauahl aad
Heretanu streets. In Honolulu, Oahu, bring rartor
the rrcmlses rani ularlv d'scrlbvd In LCA. K.
1 ttf , recorded in 1 Iter ta, page 1 4 and setting 1cw
cer'aimegal reason t hv such real es ate shouti
btsold. It s hereby ord'rtd, that the heirs and we
of hlnof salddeceited. and all persons lntereteJir
tht Sild estate. aprer before this Court on f-RIUAV
J. jr .fmUHi ,
iiunululu Oahu. ih'n anJ Uitreto .tiotaueh
an order ihoult not be granted tor the tile of.u.1
Honolulu, Aucu.t . itytt
lly the Court
P UjKELLETT JH.
oit-ict-Au 1,1 69,-1 16 ...! ee.io Cleft.
IN THE CIHCUIT COURT OF THE FUSt
Circuit. Tertttoryof H.all. In rrob.le. at thtv
ten. In the matt,r ol theet'a-e of A. C rettaaa.
Jeceawl oriiikto situu CAUsa om ajtiioitio"
TO stLL BfAt rsiAlB Un reajlni an J hllnc tlf
Glitl in of M. A. Qonullves. of Honolulu, (starlit
ahu. a. ajrninl.lralur of the ..lata cf A. C. Pal
tana. tfeceaieJ, late of Honolulu aforet.aU, rraylec
for an order auhorUlnf anJ Iken.lnr the aaii ai
mlnlttrator to Mil lerl.ln real ettate helonclni: ta
.aid e.tale deicrlbei a. fotloe 1 All that cert. re
acel of land, tituate 01 the fcast IJe of Makhi
treet. Honutulu. Oahu frontlnr m fret on t.lf.
Maklkl Street, vtltli a dertfl of iro fret, and bounded
rn the m.ulta .Id. by land n John Ouderkltk tm the
Walklkl tide by land of Moose, and on tun aufca
vide byEno. Lane, blns a ponton of the lead O
crlbed In Ro)al Patent No ten, and containing; ct
area of nVft .quire tret, with two cnttace. thereon .
and telling; forth certain legal reaion. ti Mdt Nat
e.tate .hould be .old to wit ; That there I. not &u-
cenl rr.onal property belonging 1oatdetate U
pay th valid debt, ag.ln.l the ame, and run aucl
debt, agrregate the um ol iiott t
now, inererore. ll l. nerery ordered mat an pervtra,
Intere.trd In .fid e.ta a appear before me at Cban
beis, In Prolate al the Court Houie In Hontttita
ato e.ald, on I KlllAY the Clhdayut M.1TEM1U g.
tor. at tin n'clrck In the t renton , then and rhre
to h w c.UMf hy tu. h order .hould not be Iswed.
nd It i. further ordered.tltit notice ot till, ordtr Ir
published at leak! Ihr e uicelve tk tetorc tt.
.aid day of hearing in the Lvcnlng Bulletin, a new
pa er of general . r.uiatnn, pubh.ted tn llonolu.
atore.ald, ttte last ubllcatlun tn be net le.. than lei
diy. rrrviou. tu the time ihrreln appolnk-d fur ull
Dated Honolulu. T II.. th'. )t.t day nl July, AJ).
GIO. D OEAR.
Second Judge ol said fWc
I. M. tOSO.
Atturney lor Administrator. ioyaj-
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM
Honolulu, Fraiik E. Thompson, Esq., (of
Messrs. Magoon and Thompson) will id.
for me under warrant o( Attorney.
Parties desiring to cotntnunlcste wltk
me Dersoralls'. mav send letter-! and tele-
grains to me care of The London, Part
and American Bank, San Francisco, wit let
will promptlv forward sdme.
ih4-fot A. S. HUMPHREYS.
ROOMS AT 542 DERETANIA ST.
Tho former residence nf II. Ixisr
Klectrlc lights, lint nnd cold water,
rooms largo and nlry and very taste
fully furnlshod. Excellent tablo Imarf.
board. 1919 3"
Telephone- to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAn
J.G. IIKXIUQUKS, miQV.
Horses and Carriages '
To the Volcano or tho Mountains.
An excellent clianco 1b offered for
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet tho 8. 8. Mauna Lot
at Knllua and take passengers overland
to Ilbokeun. wheic the steamer Is met
Sill.M-ril.cis tn thc lU'lel.KTIX
not iVt'fisiiiLr ilicir Micni iniinill
ill I'onffr a fnvtir li notifying the
r.iisiiii'es Ollkc; Tvls.'ilu)iiu SSU.
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