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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNESDAY, AUO. 28, 1901.
i Oceanic StfiaTnfiVn,,n fiftTYimrrj
' TIME TABLE
The steamers of this lino will arrhe ami lenvo this nort as hereunder:
FROM SAN FIIANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA SEPT. 7 ALAMEDA SEPT. 11
VENTURA . SEPT. 18 SIERRA SEPT. 17
ALAMEDA SEPT. 28 SONOMA OCT. 8
SIERRA OCT. 9 'ALAMEDA OCT. 23
ALAMEDA OCT. 19 VENTURA OCT. 29
SONOMA OCT. 30 ALAMEDA NOV. 13
ALAMEDA NOV. 9
Local iloat. 'Local Boat.
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers, the agents are pro
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, cottpon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from Now
York by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AQENT8 OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
.Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
GAELIC SEPT. 3
HONGKONG MARU SEPT. 11
CHINA , SEPT. 19
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
H. HACKFIBLO & CO, LTD. AGBNTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of the aboo line, running In connection wltn the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between nnvoiivcr. II. C. and Sydney. N.S.nV.,
and calling at Victoria, II. C, Honolulu and Brisbane, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
From Vancouver an- Victoria, D. C.
(For Brisbane and Sjdnoy.)
MOANA AUG. 31
MIOWERA SEPT. 28
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States anl
Europe. For Freight and Passage uml all general Information, apply to
Thco. II. Dn vies & Co., Ltd., Gen'l Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
,NEW .YO.RK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
S.S.AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, Sailed.
S.8. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail to tall Oct. 15.
S.S. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, tailed from NEW YORK June 16; will
load at PUGET 80UND about SEPT. 1 for HAWAIIAN PORTS.
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South Brooklyn, at
all times. For further particulars, apply to
c. p. mo lis Li,
General Freight Aflent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
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. Bullet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Recdirg 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.
. E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
1172 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. ft. & L. Co.
From and After January 1, 1899.
(Oitwut) . Si. llr
a M. A M
AM. P M.
PmiI Cltr...'. lot
PmiI CUT oil
aoioiuii . e n
F. C. SMITH, Gen'l Pass. & Ticket
O. P. DENISON, Superintendent.
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
General Mnnngor of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of tho United Stated for the Ha
Office, : Merchant St. : Honolulu.
DORIC SEPT. 6
NIPPON MARU SEPT. 13
PERU SEPT. 21
hrom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver. B C )
MIOWERA AUO. 28
AORANQI SEPT. 25
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, 315 Fort St.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for jour message
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
Can Icivi Wilklkl lor loun at n. 6 it. 6 a( A M.
and every is mlnutct thrmficr tl I 1041. njti and
11 4; r M. from wa Kioi eo loine runanou staples.
Can . leave R Hnj;e or Pv.aa w.tch for town at
5 )A m. and eery 19 minute thereafter Hit 11 ofP.M
Can leave Fort and Klnc streets corner tor Halam
at 6.10 AM. anj every ij minutes after (III it.es
Cart leave for Pal a ma only at 1 and jiio A M
Cart leave Pali ma for Waikikl i'4i a m and every
15 minutes till 9 4 P M . then at to t, an4 to 4 p.m.
Yh it-ti i m (fnm pAlim Inr Punahnu nnlv n
to WalWlkl on Saturia.
Cars leave l-orl ana Kins sueets comer 101 kimc
Range at J au an.1 jn A M.
Cars leave Fort ani Kin; streets corner for Walk Ik I
at6ejA.M. anicveiyM minutes til.io.osP, m then at
to.uani 11 ijPM, he 11. n P.M. goes to Waikikl
DERETANIA STREET AND PJUANU VALLEY.
Cars leave Punahou Stable U Town at J 10 an4
for Town ani Valley at 9 40 j jo 1 V 6 40 7 ani
Cars leave OahjCollezc forlowi, ii Valley at
3 )o 6 jo ani t.io a h ani ever) 10 mit, es till 10 10
p.m except in even nourananair, nour cars wtiicn
run from the Statu.
Cars leave Nuuanu Valley at 6 10 6 6 $0 A.M ani
every 13 minutes thereafter till 10 o P.M
Cars leave Fort tni Queen ktrecti for Punahou
College al 6 oj 6 s 6 4S A M ani every 10 minutes
after till q 4JP.M Alirr that the cars run ti the
Stable up to 11 joP,w,hlchlsthe last car from Town,
reaching the Stable at 11 top M
H. Hackfeid & Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu,
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods,
Fort and Queen Stt. '
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TURITY CO., LIMITED.
FORTY -FIVE CHOICE RESI
donco lots Just opened to home seek
ers, comprising a Bcvcnacre tract of
land adjoining tho Puliation grounds,
each lot facing on a good, broad street,
ami bounded by Wilder avenue, Mot
cnlf and Dole streets. Tho land Id It
self Is unquestionably, asldo from be
ing desirable on nccount of ensy ac
cess to and from tho city, tho best and
cheapest property yet placed on tho
market. Vldotrocts, electric car line,
high and nlluvlal foil,, besides being
situated climatically unexcelled.
Terms most reasonable. Those do
siring homes will do well by calling on
or filing their applications early. Only
applications from responsible parlies'
will recelvfi recognition.
For full and completo particulars,
apply to the sales agents, 32 King
street, over Castle & Cooko's. 'Phono
Main 141. P. O. Box 2G2.
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TURITY CO., LTD.
Additional, and the latest Shipping Kews, will t
found 03 the eighth Met,
For Kapua, per str, James Mnkcc,
Aug. 27 Ainichl and 't boys.
For Kauai ports, per str. W. 0. Hall,
Aug. 27 J. P. Rich, Mies E. II. Ryan,
W. II. Rice, W. O. Smith and stenogra
pher, A, Richards, Charles Makanul,
Mrs. W, Chamon, John Kelley, A. L.
Young, Miss M, Sakuma, L. McKcaguc,
Miss Mattle Tlccr, John Koopaa, John
Kealoha, G. F. Bush, K. Hamauo, W.
K. Chnse, W. Grote, Col. Hauohauo, O.
Matthew son, Jules Titcomb and wife,
Mr, and Mrs. Semano, E, K. Horls, S.
For San Francisco, per P. M, S. S.
China, Aug. 27 Mrs. A. II. B. Judd,
Mrs. II. S. Judd, Miss A. E. Judd. C. S.
Judd, O. P. Judd, L. M. Judd. H. F.
Damon, Edward Perry, Bruce Cart
wright, W. R. Castle, A. L. Castle,
Minna Ahrcns, Ruth and George Rich
ardson, Albert F, Afong. Mrs. Dilling
ham, Miss Marlon 'Dillingham, Chief
Justice and Mrs. Frciir. J. S, McCand
less, Richard A. Cooke, W. W. Bicker,
Harold W, Rice, Miss O. Douglass. II.
N. Rice, E. P. Dolo. V. 11. Vrooman.
Fred L. Wnldron.'J. McCavln nnd wife,
W, A. ZabrlsMe, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
lin Carty, A. C. Wonncr and wife, W.
II. HoogH and two boys, Allun Judd,
Mrs. C. II. I.cylult, Eliza Doane, Ed
win licdcinan, J. C. Hcdenian, F. 1
Hcdcmnn, R. II. Chamberlain, wife and
children; Dr. Meiulez dc Lean, Miss A.
C. Jackson. Phil 1). Danky.
For San Francisco, per S. S. Ventura.
Aug. 27- -J. W. Erwlu, O. HnrrK wife
and daughter, G, P. Castle, Dr. A Men
les dc Leon, J. R. Wilson, J. A. Helm
berg nnd wife, R. L. Anderson, II. W.
Orlsuold. W. E. Butler, Frank Vcrg
Leung, II. K. Denbigh, wife and child,
Mr. ll.irmuell and wife, II. K. Go.'do.i
nnd wife, T. A. Shtitc, II. R. Spalding.
1". Carty nnd wife, Mrs. A. Fernandez,
Miss C. Fernandes. Miss II. I)aU, P.
Kcalukalhanua, J. Spltzcr, Mrs. Gro
tliler. Miss Schubert, W. B. Mallng,
Miss C. L. Abbott, B. J, 2abrlskle and
nlfe. Miss Daisy M. Rohner, D. Shine,
Rev. G. C. Adams and wife, Elizabeth
Bender, James F, Abbey, Mrs. J. W.
Center. Miss L. Center, Mrs. II. Morri
son, E. L. Goldsboro, J. N. Cobb, M.
Slndo, Miss Wilton, Miss Itollcnbcck,
Mrs. J. P. Tormany, A. P. Wllrox. W.
C, Crook, Jr., M. 0. Beckwlth, Miss
McGregor, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, G.
P. Cooke, J. R. Fulton, wife and three
children, A. L. Pearson, II. II. Keller,
J. K. Fnrley, Miss E. Blako, C. E. R.
Thurlow, Mrs. J. Sharp, Miss G. M.
Sharp. Mrs. I.. Mnnson, Mrs. C. Sharp,
E. R. Swain, II. II. Chamberlain, wife
nnd 2 children. Mrs. E. U-ihce, Miss I..
C'lawjun, Miss A. Clan son, Miss T. B.
Smith, Mr. Itolph. Mis. WalpVnnd In
fant. Miss Jones, Mrs. McGregor, Mis.
Hc bolt, J. M. McChesney, J. E. Tucker,
A. Harris. W. J. Cole, wife nnd 2 hll
dren, Miss Mabel Stevenson, O. L.
Stevens and wife, V, M. Jnouen and
Ife. A. C. Rowcll. 'Y. Masuda. C. G
Caldwell, J. M. Muir. S. J. Stevenson,
Mrs. A. C. Jackson, II. B. Moon, M. L.
Moon. Rev. II. Klhara, Rev. 'B. T,
Snjmmer, Rev, nnd Mrs. S. Mohara,
Rev. K. Tannguchl, Mrs. M. B. Adams.
C. L. Nelson, 0. F. Pofflln.
FOR SALE A limited numlier r
youiiK Rtadc Oevon, Durham, Red Poll,
Holtteln nnd Hereford hulls. Tho
sires of these nnlnmls worn carefully
selected from tho best herds In Cali
fornia, and all arc thoroughbred, pedi
l'or particulars, nddress
Pahnln P. O. ivnu, Hawnll.
the Hawaiian" labor bureau
Will ciikhko laborers in tho Hawaiian
Islands uml furnish them to planta
tions, IndUlduals, llrms or corpora
tions. Wilt undertake contract work
nnd furnish experienced nnd reliable
contractors. Orders promptly at
tended, Telephone 230 Main. P. O. box 877.
Temporary office, Hprctltela lJullJ
ing, Itoom 11, r'ort street, Honolulu.
OIL i:. C. VATi:itllOU8i: will here
after havo thu following ofllco hours'
911 a. m.
2 3 p in,
7.30 Id 8:31) p. 111.
Sundays ti:an to 10:30 a. m.
I O LET.
Tho commodious rosldeuco ut Pa
wan li'cently occupied by Hon. J. A.
Cuniiiilns. This Iioiiko Is partly lur
nlshcd. lor leims npply to
J. O. CAllTIJIt,
Honolulu, Aug. 23d, ItiDl. 1021-lw
TI10 lonner resldoiico of II, l.oso.
Klectrlc lights, lint nud told water,
rooms largo and airy uml very timto-
fully rurnlslied, Hxiellent tablo board.
lnMrumeMs fild for record Aug 20, tool.
First Par y Second Patty Class
C K Collins lilshnp & Co C M
FWBeardslee TrOahu -ollege M
I) I. Pefrrson Nihaolelua & hus Re I
K ulaw.iawa et al J de Costa Amotlno D
I' Muhlrndruf lrtt.il GV llayselJen I)
G W Hayveldeu H Renjes M
GRCitter EJ Suhr SI
N iko 1 & N ipua J de Costa Amorlno u
J K Rnblnion
S W Wilcox
Nihaoleluu & hu
D L Hetenon
H Walk we
i L Peterson
Instuments filid for record Aug 27, 1901.
Hirst Party Second Party Class
1 rOahu College
Jas Cow an
Bankol Hawaii E
H W Beaidslee
Lum Tone et al
A Mott-Smlth Tr A Al
B A Mutt-imitl, Ir Blinon Co
Tr bst II A P Carter C Melnecke
Hoi .Ikaula Uo K Y Alona
S Kubey S Weinberg
S V clnperg H Kubey
C At Cooke Ltd W C Achl
Y Anln Kwnng Chong Wal Co
Ivuoiir lhoiig WJICo Y Anln
H G Smusci
M G SIIVj
M T Cos'a
Aug Uue el
J F das Passas
J R Soi ix
Al Tav res
J II Sn.icU
J li Muck
E B McClanahan L
LKC&JCLaneetal " L
b B McClanahan Allen & Robinson C Al
Lent g Kau
J K r-arley
Youne Yan et al
Tr Est A K Akau
W O Smith
Y See Young
S C Allen
KECOKDLD AUG 22, loci.
Ed Suhr to G R Carter, D, May 6,
got; 4 144-ioco, acres land Judd street,
Honolulu, Oahu. tjo,oo3. Book 225 page
RECORDEO AUG 23, loot.
I E Ray to C O'lfouke, D, July 15,
1901; piece land Vole no street, Hllo, Ha
waii, 11405. Book 22s page 225
SlilmUu Co to Laupahoehoe Sugar Co,
CM, Aug 5. loot; cat e &c in agrnit, Ma
onalulu, in lllu.llaw.i.l. J25845, with
advances up to J6000, 7 per cent. Book
226 pjge 200.
Lol Koon Chin to Illthop & Co, M,
Auk22 loot; per UP 571b, lul62j(4 ,V
21O5, Kabauall, Honolulu, Oahu. ft 500,
1 yr at oper cent. Book 226 page 2j.
O VV IliUms to L L McCand ess, U. Oct
21. iSoqi apaiint I iS; 2 l P 767, kul 2055-,
apjnas 1 & 2, R P77J, kul 2137, H.il.ma,
i.w.1, Udiiu. MJ.. liooK 225 page 22a.
Kahoomanaetal to l:MV Barttls. L).
Aug 10, 1001; 'i Int 111 R PC083, kul 10842,
Kahuku iV Klau, Kju, IliWaii. J22.5-.
Hook 225 pane 226.
Pllahl and hus to L L AcCandles, D,
Aug 23, I iw 1 : share hi Hut Land valkane.
Knnlaupclvu, Oiliu, J15S. Book 22$ page
lanjo Co to Laupahoehce Sugar Co,
Agrmt, Aug 5, tool! to plant & mII cane
on 48 2-to i,cre laud at Maonalulu, N Hllo,
Hawaii, Book 224 pige 277.
Rl.CO.I)t.D AUG 24,1001.
Socledade Pdtbt. Antonio Ben of Ha
waii to C & MC1br.1l, Hcl, Aug 22, 1001;
kt20, Kailu I tact, Honolulu, Uanu. J 150.
Book lSopige 374.
VENTURA AND CHINA.
There, was about four hours differ-
cmo In the sailing time of the China
and Ventura last night nnd this being
the case there Is likelihood of a littH
race between the two easels. The
China left on time, while the Ventura
was a little late and consequently will
try nnd make, up what she lost.
The China wus In port ubout tweho
hours and tho Ventura less Mian Six.
Both U'ssels took a .;reat many pas
sengers from this port, many of tl.cnt
school children returning to their
work after aisitlons spent here, 'fhwrii
wt-ro large crowds nt both steamers to
tee them away and tho departing piiH
sengers were loaded down with Mi
ami lluwcrs. Tho band was nt the
China and fen nailed tho departing
voj.lgers. The U'stel culled nbont
Tho Ventura got away shortly alter
midnight. Her report r.a furnished by
Purser Ililknian la as follo.vj-
Sailed ffom Sdney, Angiiot 13, 1001,
2:0a p. m.; sailed from Auckland, Au
gust 17, 2:42 p. m.; amid at Hn,io
lulu, August 27, at 4:00 ;. m. Oorreifd
time from Sydney, 15 dayit, 0 hours ar.d
15 minutes; steaming ilnu fiom Syd
ney, 14 days, 1G hours and 33 min
utes. Corrected tlmo from Auckland,
II days, 4 hours nnd 8 minutes; s'eain
Inz time from Auckland, It Ufa, SI
L'perlenccd fine wcntbvr thrjuhoitt
Hbopplmi Without HntH.
Last week's hot weather found sev
eral women shopping' without their
hats rays tho Now York Sun, So far us
Known, they were tho llrst an record
In this town at least. If It looked u
trlllo queer to sco a woman hat In
hand and bareheaded, walking calm
ly along Sixth avenue, nud Broadway,
now and then diving luto a shop,
but all tho time keeping her hat off.
It at least suggested Independence and
possible comfort. Such women could
not, at all events, bo imy warmer than
thobo who keep their hats on, for that
was Impossible. And if they thought
they were any cooler with their hats
oft very likely they were cooler. It
Has more a tribute to the weight of
our present stjlo of hat than to the
temperature, anyway, Most of us would
be more lomfortablo In dead of winter
minus the luuvy-wclght millinery
fashion dictates we iiuiHt lover our
selves with, Will the Bummer ccr
come, wo wonder when It will ho tho
fashion for women to shop hare hcuU
eil The women of last week looked
y vet'e -y' :2h i-
ntilfir utii iioiii
ftiitall frit 1 I Inur!
v y ti
trniii'iiui iiu f pi
injsrl tsrJSTca '"', " i.iiii"
- .ic . - oribiiii.4iitrui i 11
Mla.VlilS. T KlrlnjT fill tnf.irm.lii.il l,h.ltit Iuli-"t1
(! cirrtllit-i .AlnliiHlll l.rt.1,1 I AliMt-Hii lr,
mireTt " .ii.ri,i -i.uuNikriJM
Fiiio Job I'ritititif,' nt tho Htil
flEatt aaVflHal PIbV aPP IbVbbV I tt ftj
MAUI HOTFI wailuku,
ITlAtJl IIUlL.Lt ISLAND OF MAUI.
A. T. HAflllNKAMP, Mnnngcr.
Several Valuable Pieces
By vlrtuo of an Order IssVd out ot
tho Circuit Court of the Klrst Judicial
Circuit, Hon. George 1). Gear, presl.l-!
Ing, In a cause at Chambers entitled '
Adelaide Schlicf et al. versus Joseph
Clarke et an. Kqtilty Division, Number
1208. the undersigned will sell at Pub
lic Auction .0 the highest bidder, sub
ject co confirmation by Bald Court,
ON SATURDAY, 8EPT. 14, 1901,
At 12 O'clock Noon,
At tho maukn entrance to the Judici
ary Building. In said Honolulu, Oahu,
tno following described lands and tho
improvements thereon, to wit:
1. That certain piece or parcel of
land situate 1111 tho N. H. corner ot
King and Punciibowl Streets, In Hono
lulu, Oahu. Territory of Hawaii, nnd
bounded ami described as follows:
Commencing at North corner and
South 2U Kast 75 links along Kco
Hoiitu IS 30' West 38'. links nloii,;
liana llaallllo's, thenco
North 07 West 37 links nlong King
North 42" Last 312 links along
Punchbowl street; thence to place ol
commencement, nreii 1-3 acre. Tho
same being It. P. 5705 or L. C. A. 2CJ
to llonokaupu, and being the samo
conc)cd to tho Bald Joseph (.aznru
by .Mrs. u. k. Kjfo and 1). K. Kyfu,
her husband, as per deeu dated Nov.
3rd. I8S3, and recordeil In Lllicr 81,
2. Iloyal Patent Grant Number 330rt.
'Ihat certain piece or parcel of land
situate ut the houth Slope of Pun"'.!
bowl 11III, Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
and described as follows: l,ot No. 502.
Beginning at a point on niauka sldo
or Klnau Street and 200 It. Wcsterlv
from Iron pin at West nngle of Iloatd
man h premises, thenco tno boundary
runs by true bearings:
N. 21' 12' i:. 28G rt. along lots 503
8. 81' 31' W. 115 5-100 along Luna
S. 21 12' W. 229 along IM 501;
S. 68 IS' i:. 100 nlong Klnau St. o
Area 25750 sq. ft.
3. Two lots No. 117 nnd No. 118 on
Dcrctanla Street, being lots or pnrc's
of land described in Itojal Patent No.
281, nnd described as follows:
Commencing nt tho makai South
corner of I,ot No. 11C IT. Mctealf's)
South 78" 15' Kast 200 ft. nloi.s
mnuka street to West corner of Lot
No. 119 (It. II. Itowlln's), thenco
North 11 45' Hast 150 ft. along I)t
No. 119 to Its maiiKa North corner,
North 78' 15' West 200 ft. to mnuka
i:. corner of l.ot No. lit!, thenco
South IT 4S West 150 ft. along t.
No. Ill, to piaco of commencement,
containing S33 fathoms and 12 ft. moro
or Icbs. Less what has slnco been
deeded to tho wire. (This lot Is on tlu
Wnlklkl sldo of lot now occupied by
Mrs. A. I. .King.)
4. That certain plcco or parcel ol
land situate at tho niauka corner ot
Piipchbowl and Pulaco Walk Streets,
In Bam Honolulu, described as fol
lows: Apana 1, Commencing at a point on
Punchbowl Street; being North corner
ot 1'a.nte Walls anil Punchbowl Street
which is ..10 South West corner ot
this lot, thenco
North 43' Kast 90 chains along
Pundihuwl street; thenco
North 41" West 3.17 chains along let
of Kelllahonul; thenco
South 37 West 1.0, chains nloiu
government to Pnlaco Walk along lot
of Trench; thenco along samu to placo
of commencemiit. Area 1 rood 10
perches It. P. No. 4514 L. C. A. 278 to
6. That plecn or parcel of land at
tho Went corner of Maunakeu and IV
uahl Streets. Lot "11" und l,ot "C".
Beginning at a Volnt on tno North
West sldo of Maunakea Street 33.0
feet maknl or tho corner of Pauahl
Street and running
8. 57" 10' W. Truo 01.5 ft nlong Mu
N. 32 50' W. Truo 42.0 ft. along Ma
lta Kahal lot.
N. 57' 10' K. lruo 02.0 ft. along
8. 32" 22' K. True 42.0 ft. along Flro
Department lot to tho Initial point and
cnntnlnliig an area of 2590 snuarofeot.
This lot Is loased to Lau Chung at ftt
per month, which leaso will expire on
tho 1st ilny or .May, 1908.
n. Also tho undivided Interest of tho
lato Joseph Lazarus In and to tho.10
certain pieces or parcels of land situ
ated In the IhBtrict or liana, Island or
Maul, duscrlbed ns lollows:
1. That certain plcco sltuato at Ka
pohuo and convejed to G. Kenkaululwl
aim J. itlluiMi by deed recorded in thu
Register or Deeds. In Honolulu In
Book 78 on ptges 351 nnd 355 nri'i
at nulled 71 neres
2 Thut pin Hon of th Ahuiiuau or
LMioicu (omeycil to said G. Keakim
it,,,,, (it,., . ,fii4iiii 1,7 11, -,-ii ri'i urueii
III snld Register Book 78 011 pages 351
mid 351, men inquired 25 acres
3. 1 hat poitlon of the llliilun of Koii
II com eyed to said G. Ke.ikniilalwl nud
J. Klliuku by deed recorded In said
Ul,ll .....I I I.-.I...I .. I... .1 1 1.1
to the Famous
lao Valley, and
easy access to
volcano In the
for Tourists and
Register In Book 78 on pages 352 nnd
353, nren ncqulred 21 acres.
All of said pieces of land being th
same thai were convoyed to Josepn
Lazarus h) I). Toomey uy deed dnteu
April 0, 181!, and reconled In Boo
15$ on par.c 298, and now under lea.vt
to the iinmoa Plnntntlon, said lease ts
expire on March 19, 1904,
Terms of sale are cash In U. 8. Goli
coin, that ten (10 ) per cent of tlw
amount bo paid on tho day of sale, and
deeds at expense 01 purchasers. Kor
further particulars, enquire ofstbe un
dersigned nt his office in said Judici
Dated Honolulu, Oahu, August 15,
1901. J. A. THOMPSON,
Notice to Creditors.
Th undent en td. Clara T. Morrlion. havlf r h
rroin-ed Eiecutfii of the will of Hush Morrlion,
lata ol Makawell, Kauai, decrawJ, hereby c'vea
notice to ail fcrons having claims again tth kstaie
of taU HuKh Morrlion, decfiwd, to prrsnt lh
tame lo tiff at in office of W. O. Smith Honolulu
within six months from th ditt ot the publication of
the notice or ihry will be furtver batrtJ.
ULftKA I MUKKIMW,
Honolulu. Aur. T.iqo iaio-4l Auc7.u.tt,it
Notice to Creditors.
The tinJntj;neJi Haokea having been arpolntfi
fmmUtiat x of the estate of Hilit Ktlu (ki. lite ol
fonot-lu. Oahu. d ceaei. herety rUet notice te
all r'Th vlnij claims aR,lnt iheekiiieof sal
Hj1I Kalu, deceawi. lorrekenl the same to her at
the fttc of W. u, mHh, Hnnolulu, within sli
months from thv date ol the firs! put-tlcatlcn of thli
notice, or they will be forever birred
llonolu'U. Aug T. IQJt IQtO-4f - AUg'T.tl tt f
Notice to Creditors.
The unjifile-nei havlnc ben Julv arrolnti AJ.
n In lur a tor ot the ettate ot James H Hunt, late of
llonn uhi, unu deceateJ, hererv gives notice to all
person hivlne claims acitnit ihe estate of iJ d.
craved mi credent the same duly authenticate anJ
with prop r vouchers, If any exist, whither secured
bv m3itgage tr othtte, to him at hisnrhceon
Merclunt street, Hot&lulu, within six months trora
dj'e, rr such claims wl I be torevrr barred.
W. li AMILLY.
Administrator of he t state of James II Hum,
HnnntulU Aup. . io. fn.t Aii- u
The undersigned having been duly appointed Ad-
mlnUtfJtor ( Hie e&tile bt J. W. Wtllhr lt l
Honolulu. decraed, notice Is hereby given Ii all per
soi.s having claims against the said ettate t present
Ihe same duly authenticated with proper vouchets, t
the undersigned with n six rmnths from the date
hereof or the will te forever barreJ. and all persons
Indebted to said tale are revested to make Imroed
late raiment to the undetstgned.
utunut K. 1-AKTtK.
Administrator ol the Estate of J, W. Wlllbrrs
Honolulu, July t iii,
iy?-July ti Aug Tj.ti.s8
IN THE CIRrulT COURT OF THC FIRST
Circuit Irrrlt-ry of Hawaii. Minnie Merrill vi
Lwtn W Merrill, summons, ilao-i. btatnps ) The
Territory if Hawaii To the High Sheriff of the
Territory of Hawaii, or his )puiy, the Sheriff of the
Island of Oahii, or his Depjt, In tl.e Territory of
Hawaii You are commarded to summon loren W.
Merrill, D fendint lr case he shall hie writ en answet
vlthln twenty javs alt r service hereo. to be and ap
pear tefor the slid Circuit Court at the August Term
theretf, to be holden at Honolulu, Island ot Oahu. tit
Monday, the jlft dy of August neat, at ten n ciotk a.
m, to show cause why the claim of Mlntle Merrill.
ptalntitl, should no be awarJed to btr pursuant ti
ihe'rmr ol her anexrd ItNl f r Divorce.
Andsuu are further commanded to and have y9
then there this Wilt wilh full return ofvourpro
ceedlngs the t-on
Witness Hon A Humlttueys. I irst
.r.M Judge of tlte Circuit Court of the I irst
im-ai; cinuit, at Honolulu, OjIij. tl.is jt4 day of
Uiom-ii) J A THOMPSON. Clerk.
I crrlify t'e foregoing to l-e a lruecipy ol the orig
inal summons In said caute, and that said Court
ordered publkdtlon of the samt, and a continuant
of said causv until November Term, 1001, of this
GCOKGC LUCAS, Clerk.
Dated Honolulu, Oahu, Argusto, igio.
TQIO'AUVT T.U 11 i n u 11
HOME FOR INCURABLES MEETING
At tho first meeting ot the mih-
Hcrlhcrs to tho Honolulu Home for I li
eu rnlik'8, helil nt thu rooms of Messrs.
lllshop & Co. on AiiKitst 20th, tho
Charter for tho Institution Rrnnteil
ly tho (1o eminent waB lucetiteil ami
the folloulni; Trustees wore cleetol:
.Messrs. A. louui; ami T. C, I)ale,
to hcrvo for three years.
Messrs. J, II. Athcrton nnd J. P.
CooUe, to bono for two )enrs.
Messrs. W. O. Hmllli anil 8. K. Da
mon, to sere for ono ear.
And at tho first mectinK of the Trus
tees, held at the ollleo of Mr. W. II.
Bnilth on tho 1'Oth lust., tho follow Ins
oltlccrs were elected to scro for the
Mr, A. YouiiR, President.
J. II, Athcrton, I'lrst Vlco I'resl-
V. O, Smith, Second Vlco l'rosl-
T. C. Davlcs, Secretary. s
S. I:. Damon. Treasurer.
Mr. J. 1. Cooke. Auditor,
Subscriptions to tho Endowment
and llulldltiK Funds or tho institution
nro still solicited In order to complete
tho establishment or tho Institution m
n thoroughly satisfactory manner, mil
such subscriptions may bo handed to
tho Treasurer, Mr. 8. K. Damon, nt tho
bunk of, Messrs, lllshop & Co.
T CI.IVi: DAVIUS.
l-'3 lw Seerotao.
MRS. W. L, EATON,
TEACHER Oh MUSIC.
Tel., Blue 1903.
WILTON I.ODlli;, I'AWAA.
Has lesiimed tenchliiK 11c1111cles for
limited iiiiuiber ot pupils. Special
leiuiH for beginners or uioro than ouu
pupil In n fninlly liiSlw
Tho Evening Iluiletlii, 75 cents er