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Ltnss of Travel.
The Hawaiian Realty, and
Oceanic Steamship Company
At the entrance
to the Famoui
lao Valley, ani
easy access t
volcano In the
for Tourists and
Maturity Co., Ltd.
General Agents for
Instrument Filed for Record Sep
tember 4, 1901.
Young Wal W. C Parke .CM.
F. Fernandez J. C. Ollvelra ..CM.
The steamer or till lino will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
S. K. Karaakala Kaplolanl Est-
EVENING BTJLiKTW, HONOLULU, H. T..' FTUBAT, BEPTeMDElt Mbtl
Aberchama Hann Pttn. Co L.
Young Chobk Hln ct al. Lowers &
II. F. Coan R. T. Forrest L.
Pelcaumoku R. Andrews I
J. Kalaloa W. R. Castle, tr. ..Mtg.
Poka ct al. Miss A. Paris D.
A. Paris R. Wassman U.
W. R. Castle, tr. Chun Jim ct al.
Kikllalau Ah Sang L.
Honolulu Iron Works Co. Leo To-
ma et al L.
Lin Shen Chow and wife M. Chang
Kim et al 1).
Kallll Ah Wa L.
J S. Darenapa et al. C. Dolto ...D.
C. Neumann et al. L. Kahlbaum..D.
J. A. Magoon L. K. Keola et al...
L. K. and J. W. Keola J. A. Ma
JTIO.M SAN FKANC1SCO.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA SEPT. 11
S1EIUU SEPT. 17
SONOMA OCT. 8
ALAMEDA OCT. 23
VENTUUA OCT. 29
ALAMEDA NOV. 13
The New Hampshire Fire Insurance
ALAMEDA SEPT. 7
VENTUUA SEPT. 18
ALAMEDA SEPT. 28
SIEItUA OCT. 9
ALAMEDA OCT. 19
SONOMA OCT. 30
ALAMEDA NOV. 9
Co. of Manchester, N. H.
AS3ET8 $3,367,026 27
In connection with the Balling of the above steamer, the agents are pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passenger, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from Ban Francisco to all point In the United States, and from New
York by any steamship line to all European ports.
Fon FurmiEn paiiticulahb apply to
Wm, a. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AOENT8 OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental SteamshipjCo. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the aeove companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
Dealers In Ileal Estate, toans, Mori
gages and Etc.
Office, 32 King St
Ovcr Castlo & Cooke's,
Phone, Main 141. P. O. llox, 2G2.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
GAELIC SEPT. 3 NIPPON MARU BEPT. 13
HONOKONO MARU SEPT. 11 PERU SEPT. 21
CHINA SEPT. 19
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. S. 8. CO.
H. H4CKFIBL0 & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamer of the above line, running In connection wltii the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between nncouver. H. C, and Sydney, N.8.W..
and calling at Victoria, II. C, Honolulu nnd Ilrlrliane, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below stated, lz.:
From Vancouver an- Victoria, B.
(For Urlsbaoo and Sydney.)
hrorn Sydney and Brisbane.
(For lctorla and Vancouver, It. CJ
AORANOI 8EPT. 2t
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
Europe. For Freight and Passago i.nd all-general Information, apply t&
Thco. H. Pav.es fr Co., Ltd., Gcn'l Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
- DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
NSW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
8. 8. AMERICAN, 6,000 tone, Sailed.
8.8. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail to sail Oct. 15.
8. 8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, sailed from NEW YORK June 16; will
load at PUQET sound about utri. i ior n-.v-..in r-wn.o.
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South Brookljn, at
all times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. M0K8B,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
New York Shipping in
New York, Aug. 27. Stagnation In
the shipping business at New York
ana even more so at the outports is
the existing condition, according to the
Journal of Commerce, which assert
that shipping Is demoralized and that
shipowners find themselves unable to
obtain business nt any rates. The
dearth of merchandise Is not confined
to any one department It is quite
general, Including manufactured pro
ducts, as well as grain and provisions.
"This condition of stagnation, says
the Journal of Commerce, "applied to
the shipping business of the outports
even more than to New York, as prac
tically all the freight business out of
this port Is carrltd In the regular
packets, Including the great freight
steamers of the White Star, Hamburg
American, North Herman Lloyd and
Atlantic Transport steamship lines, as
well as the smaller freight carriers of
the other lines. With these lines the
alunco of demand for freight room
Is Indicated merely by the low rates nt
which they offer to take cargo. It
docs not. however. Interfere with their
regular sailing dates, for. if they have
nut sufficient cargo, they merely utilize
tl elr water ballast compartment and
Mil -light.' It Is a fact that large
steamers with 12,000 tons carrying ca
pacity and upward, have left this port
canning less than 3000 tons of cargo
A. V. Gear II. Armltage L.
W. E. llrown II. ..I. Von Holt....
Chu Gem H. M. Von Holt D.
Lum Kam Chin et al. II. M. Von
Rank of Hawaii, Ltd. K. Dunbar
and husband H-?l-
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd. E. Dunbar
and husband Rel.
O. A. Manor Tr. nishop Estate.. D.
Nawahie Kamohalll ... D.
C. J. McCarthy St. C. U. Bayers..!)
Mau Fong Dak Fong Kim U.S.
Y. Anlm Tong Hop and Tung
ISLAND OF MAUI.
A. T. HAGBNKAMP, Manaflep.
KNIGHT TtMPLAR DRILL
Recorded August 27, 1(01.
D. haupena to K. Namokueha;
deed: portion R. P. 24C3, Honoma-
kau. North Kohala, Hawaii; 1(0. Book
223. page 411. Dated August 26, 1901,
Tr. Oahu College to F. W. Beards
lee; deed; lots 6 and 15. and portion
of alleyway block 16, College Hilts
tract. Honolulu, Oahu; $2,050. Boo'i
225. page 242. Dated August 22. 1901,
S. Savldge to Lum Tong ct nl.;
lease; portion A p. 2. Kul. 11215, Kala
wahine, Honolulu, Oahu; 30 years nt
$192. Book 228, pago 19. Dated Ail
gust 23, 1901.
S. Savldge to Pang Cbong; lnaso;
portion Ap. 2, Kul. 11215, Kalawahliu,
Honolu.u. Oahu: 30 years at 13 is
3ook 28, page 21. Dated August 23,
Jas. Cowan to Pang Chong; release;
portions Ap. 6, Kul. 11215. portions R.
P. 1C63, Kul. W21, Kukul street. Ho
nolulu, Oahu; 11,800. Book 214, pago
262. Dated August 22. 1901.
Bank of Hawaii to E. A. MottSmlth.
tr.; assignment of mortgage, mort
gage Hatch on R. P. "530, Kul. 4432,
King streeti Honolulu. Oahu: $25,000.
Book 226, page 316. Dated March 10,
E. A. Mott-Smlth, tr.. to Bishop &
Co.: assignment of mortgage: mort-
530, Kill. 41.1-
cr of attorney; general power. Book
221. page 298. Dated August 26, 1901
S. C. Allen to Y. See Young; ro
lease; piece rand, Kauluwela, Hono
lulu, Oahu; $450. Book 196, page 211
Dated August 24, 1901.
S. Kailaa (k) to Aswan; lease; 13 4
acre hut land, Walkane, Koolaupolto
Oahu; 10 year at $30. Book 228
page 29. Dated September u, 1890.
P. Lcmke to J. H. Schnack; re
lease: portion Grant 3760, Kaluaopa
lenn. Honolulu. Oahu; $1. Book 223
page 246. Dated August 27. 1901.
C. M. Cooke, Ltd.. to W. C. Achl:
partial release; lots G7, King street
tract. Honolulu. Oahu; $1,000. Bonk
227. pago 21. Dated August 27. 1901
E. B. McClanahan to Allen & Rob
Inson: chattel mortgage; leasehold o
one acre land, Manoa valley, Honolu
hi. Oahu: $3,500. Book 226, page 323
Dated August 17.. 1901.
J. K. Farcy to tr. Est. A. K. Akau:
assignment of mortgage; mortgage.
Andrews on three pieces land, Hllo
Hawaii; $5,000. Book 192. pago 370
Dated August 27, 1901.
VIBWING THE FORBST8.
David Haughs, the government for
ester, left In the steamer Mauna Loa
frr Maul. He will spend ten days on
that Island Inspecting the Kula and
other forests. Immediately after e
tinning from Maul Mr. Haughs will bs
suit to Hawaii for further Investiga
tion of forest conditions there.
Louisville. Ky.. Aug. 28. A specta'
cular competitive drill by the crack
commanderies of the 'country, the first
held since tho conclave of 1883. at-
trarteil n crush of Knights Templar ten ire Hatch on R. P
conclave visitors to Churchill Downs King street. Honolulu. Oahu; $1. Book
226, page 317. Ualeu uocemuer i
If Mr. Whitney bujs many more
stock farms he will need a private ill-
rectory, to remember where they are
all located. New York World.
Several Valuable Pieces
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 nnd Pleasant Rending Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-cartc).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General AgenL
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Fruuclsco.
. L. LOMAX, O. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
TOD CAN DO IT HOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 S3.
Tho contestants were: Columbia
Commandery No. 2, Washington, D. C;
Colorado Commandery No. 1, Denver;
Hanselmann Commandery No. 16, Cin
cinnati; Allegheny Commandery No.
35, Pittsburg; St. Bornard Command
pry No. 1. Chicago; Calvary Command
ery No. 3, Pnrkersburg, W. Va.; Golden
Gate Commandery No. 16, San Fran
cisco; California Commandery No. 3
(mounted), San Francisco.
. Tlie trophies which are of silver are:
First prize, thirty-four pieces, valued
at $3000. Second prize, twenty-five
pieces, valuod at i000. Third prize,
center piece, valued at $1300. Fourth
prize, two pieces (mounted), valued at
$900. Fifth prize, loving cup, valued
While the Knights wero drilling the
meeting of the Grand EncampmcnLgot
under way at the Girls' High School.
When Grand MaBter Lloyd called tho
meeting to order there wero 120
Knight present to transact business,
The Grand Master's, Grand Treasurer'
Grand Recorders and otner reports
were received and referred to the prop
O. B. & L. Go.
From and After January 1, 1899.
Heielili Office, 315 Fert St.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for our message
AJt. Hi. 9M.
Hawaiiai Tramway's Tine
KINO STREET LINE.
Cart Lava Walkllil lor town at j l. t !. 41 A.M.
anlavtry 19 mlnut.a irwnalttr tl.l 104s, 11:11 and
lid PM. (mm Waklkl solo the Pun.hou Status.
Cart Itav. R Hanga or I'lw.a tvtltcb lor town at
s'sja.m. anJ .very is mlnutr. thirt alur till itrP.M
Can l.a. Foil anH Klnc itrttti coriwrtrr Palama
attsio a.m. mi r)' ij nlr.ut.t alur till 11:11
Cart lovi tor IV.aro. inl at 1 anl j.)o A.M.
Cart If an Palama for Walmkl J it a m. and aviry
.mm, till o ,c V M . then at to.it and to 11 P.M.
Th. 11111r.ll from Palanalcr Punahim only coal
to WalklU on SaturJayi.
Can l.at. Fort and Klne ftrnii ctirntr (01 Kill.
Di.m at , ...I .".A A. .A.
"i - 7 f f . -i . ... . . . n.Uf .11.11.1
uara i.av. rort artj Mns .iirr.. .nm. ,w, ..-...
at p 01 A.M. and t i ts minutes till to oP. M, then at
10:1s and tins P.. The li:ss P.M. joes to Walklkl
BERETANIA STREET A,ND S'Jl'ANU VALLtT.
Can leave Pun.hou SuMe t. Town at 1:10 and
InrToon and Valle al 40 J 50 t 40 t and
Carile'atc Oihd Collece li.rlowi. id Valley at
6:so 6,so and t:io A.tt and ever) to mi.. ct till 10:16
P.M. axteilllie even nust ana n.u, p.w ii wiiiwi
run from the Sutle,
Caitlcat.NuuanuValle) at6'io 6 10 6,soA,Mand
very 10 mlnuiee i-,tiellr till 10 so P.M.
Cart leave Fort and Qoeen tlreets lor Punahou
College at 0 oj e.e 641AM and every 10 mlnulet
alter till 0 s P.M. Alur that the cart run to th.
Stable up to ii'soP.M.whlth It the lattcartrom Town,
reachlrg Itv Stable at n'loPM.
Native Sons of California who
wIbIi to nnrtlclnato In tho celebration
on September It, 1901. are requested to
call on L. Levlngston "The Kash.-,' on
Fort and Hotel streets, and register.
NOTICE TO NATIVE DAUGHTERS
F. C. SMITH. Gcn'l Pass. & Ticket Agt.
G. P. DENISON, Superintendent.
Tho native-born Sons of California
respectfully request the Native
Daughters to furnish the name of their
town and county and their present
n(..ii'088oa at tho earliest convenience
In order that Invitations may ho ex
tended to them and .nelr escortB l
attend the entertainment and ball to
bo given in celebration of tho 51st nil
nlveisary or Admission Day. Sept. 9th.
1901. WALT rill B. WALL,
Chairman of Committee.
W. P. riA'IUlY. Secretary.
P. O. llox 2J2. 1929-9t
THE HAWAIIAN LABOR BUREAU
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
General Manugor of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States for tho Ha
H. Hackfeid & Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
Will engage laborers in tho Hawaiian
Islands and furnish them to planta
tions, Individuals) firms or corpora
tions. Will undertake, contract worn
and furnish experienced and reliable
contractors. Orders promptly at
Telephone) 230 Main. P. O. box 877.
Temporary office, Bpreckels DulIJ
Ing, Itoom 11, Fort street, Honolulu.
ROOMS AT 842 BERETANIA ST.-
Tho former residenco of II, Lobo.
Klectrlc lights, hot and cold water,
rooms largo and airy and very tast?
fully furnished. Excellent table hoard.
European and American D17 Goods.
Fort and Queen Ste. ,
Clean and Useful.
No. 2i Eddy Refrigerator Is for
CIIKAP. Apply L. A., Hoffman
Tr. Est. II. A. P. Carter to C. Mel
necke; release; portions It. Ps. 363S.
686 Ntnd 2903, Kau. Hawaii; It. P.
2154, Kau. Hawaii; fSOO. Book 131,
page 7. Dated August 27, 1901.
Hololkaula Uo to K. Y. Alona;
mortgage; share In hul land. Watnlha,
Hanalel, Kauai; 2 shares In rice land,
Hanalcl. Kniial; $832. 10 years 12 pel
cent Book 226. page 317. Dated July
8. Kubcy to S. Weinberg; bill of
sale; stock, fixtures, etc.. Honolulu
Trading Co., Vineyard and Emma Sts.,
Honolulu. Oahu; II. Book 221, pago
291. Dated August 2", 1901.
8. Weinberg to B. Kubcy; bill t.f
sale; stock, fixtures, etc., or Hono
lulu Trading Co., Emma and Vine
yard streets, Honolulu, Oahu; II. Book
224. pago 295; 1. Dated August 27,
Y. Anln to Kwong Chong Wal Co.;
release; leaseholds, buildings and
crops, etc.. Lale. Koolauloa, Oahu; 12,
600. Book 192. pago 285. Dated July
Kwong Chong Wai Co. to ong
Anln; chattel mortgage; leaseholds,
buildings, crops, etc., I-ale, Koolau
loa, Oahu; 110.000, 12 per cent, 10
years. Book 22C. page 319. Dated
May 15. Is99.
M. Gomes and wlfo to A. Canda
larlo; chattel mortgage; three notes
and mnrtcaees on lands, North and
South Kona, Hawaii: $f,50l. 7 months,
g per cent. Book 227. pago 25. Dated
August 26, 1901.
J. F. das Passas to F. G. Samusca;
bill or sale; leasehold, Queen street,
Honolulu. Oahu; 1250. Book 224. page
oar. Dated Ausrust 17. 1901.
E. Kelley to M. O. Sllva; chattol
mortgago; horse, carriage, rurnitur.t
etc.. Kalmukl. Honolulu. Oahu; $130.
1 year. 9 per cent. Book Z2B, pago jsi.
Dated August 17. 19i)l.
John Ena to E. II. McClanahan;
lease; one aero land. Manoa valley,
Honolulu. Oahu; 17 years at 1100 flcr
annum. Book 228, page 23. Dated
August 13. 1901.
Pang Ing to S. Baldge; deed; por
tion Ap. 2. KuU 11213. halawahlun
Honolulu. Oahu; $4,000. Hook 223
nncn 414. Dated August 23, 1901.
J. II. Souza ana who io . u.
Sllva: deed; lot .34, block II, Kapio
lanl Park Addition; $250. book 22:1
pago 415. Dated AUgUBt 17, iwi.
M. Tavares to M. T. Costa: bill ol
sale; leasehold, Auwaiolimu, Honolu
In, Oahu; $1. Book 224, page sui.
Dated August 26 .1901.
J. II. Schnack to 'Aug. Duevcl; deed;
portion Grant 3760, Kaluaopalena, Ho
nolulu. oanu; $1,425. Book 225, page
244. Dated August 26! 1901.
L. h. C. and J. C. Lane et al
to E. B. McClanahan; lease; om
nnvA land Mnnnn vnllpv. Ilnnnllllll
Oauu; 8 years, 3 months, at $fy0 pel
year. Book 228, page 25. Dated Au
gust 16, 1901.
J. Ena to L. K. C. Lane et al.; con
sent; consent to assign lease of ont
aero land, Manoa valley, Honolulu
Oahu; $100. Book 228, pago 25. Dat
ed August 10, 1901,
L. K. C. Lauo ot nl. to E. II
McClanahan; ngreonient; socond par
ty to pay $50 per year to J. Ena ur
lcr lease. Book 228, pago 27, Dated
August 16, 1901.
Lcong Kau tci Young Ynu et al.,
assignment of lense; leasehold, Ha
nnuewa and I'nalun, Wnlnlua, Oahu
llook 228, pago 28. Datod August 7
1932-1 w. J, K. Farley to W. O. Smith; pow
By virtue of an Order issued out of
tho Circuit Court or the First Judicial
Circuit. Hon. Oiorgo D. Oear. presid
ing. In a cause at Chambers entitled
Adelaide Schllef et al. versus Joseph
Clarke ct ai.. Equity Division. Number
1208. tho undersigned will Bell at Pub
lic Auction io the highest bidder, sub
ject to confirmation by said Court,
ON SATURDAY, 8EPT. 14, 1901,
At 12 O'clock Noon,
At tho maulca entrance to tho Judici
ary Building, In said Honolulu, Oahu.
too following described anus aim uiu
Improvements thereon, to wit:
1. That certain piece or parcct of
land situate on tho N. H. corner ol
Klne and Puncnbowl Streets, in Hono
lulu, Oahu, Territory or Hawaii, nnd
bounded nnd described as follows:
Commencing at North corner and
a South 29 East 75 llnKB along kco
Soutu 48 30' West 389 links alon,;
Hana Haallllo's; thenco
Nortn 67' West 37 nuks along King
North 42' East 342 links along
Punchbowl street: thence to placo ol
commencement, area 1-3 acre. The
same being K. P. 5705 of L. C. A. 241
to Honokaupu, and being the samo
conveyed to the said Joseph Ijizarus
by Mrs. u'. K. Fyfe and O. K. Fyfy,
her husband, as per deca dated tiov.
3rd, 1883, and recorded In Llbcr 81,
2. Hoval Patent Grant Number 3306.
That certain piece or parcel of laud
situate at tho South Slope of Punch
bowl Hill, Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
and described as follows: Lot No. 502.
Beginning at a Dolnt on mauka side
of Klnau Strcot and 200 it. Westerly
from Iron pin at West anglo of Boaid-
man s prcmlsos, thence tne uounuary
runs by true bearings:
N. 21- 12' E. 286 ft. along lots 5Q3
8. 81" 34' W. 115 5-100 along Lunv
S. 21 12' W. 229 along I-ot 501;
S-. 68' 48' E. 100 along Klnau Bt. )
Area 25750 bq. ft.
3. Two lots No. 117 and No. 118 on
Beretanla Street, being lots or parcils
or land described In Itoyal Patent No.
284. and described as follows:
Commencing at tho makal South
comer of Lot No. 116 IT. Metcalf's)
South 78 15' East 200 ft. along
mauka street to West corner of Lot
No. 119 (It. H. Rowlln's), thence
North 11 45' EaBt 150 ft. along Lot
No. 119 to Its mauica North corner,
North 78 15' West 200 ft. to mauki
E. corner of Lot No. 116, thenco
South 11 4o West 150 ft. nlong Ltt
No. 116 to piaco of commencement,
containing 833 fathoms and 12 ft. nioro
or less. Lees what has since boon
deeded to tho wlfo. (This lot Is on tin
Walklkl side of lot now occupied b
Mrs. A. L .King.)
4. That certain piece or parcel nl
land sltuato at tho mauka corner of
Punchbowl and Palace Walk Streets,
In sam Honolulu, described as fol
lows: Apana 1. Commencing at a point on
Punchbowl Street; being North corner
of Pn.aco WnlK nnd Punchbowl Strpot
which is ..io South West corner of
this lot, thenco
North 43 East 96 chains along
Punchbowl street; thenco
North 44' West 3.17 chains along lot
of Kelliahonut; thence
South 37 West 1.09 chains aloit
government to Palaco Walk along lot
of French; thence along samo to place
of commenccmnt. Area 1 rood 10
perches It. P. No. 4514 L. C. A. 278 to
5. That piece or parcel of land at
tho West corner of Maunakca anil !
uahl Streets, Lot "II" and IaA ,,C".
Beginning at a point on tue North
West side of Maunakca Street 35.9
feet makal of the corner of PauaM
Street and running
8. 67 10' W. True 61.5 ft. along Ma
N. 32' 50' W. Truo 42.0 ft. along Ma
lta Kahal lot.
N. 67 10' E. 'lrue C2.0 ft. alo-ig
8. 32 22' E. Truo 42.0 ft. along Fire
Department lot to the Initial point and
containing an area of 2590 square reel.
This lot Is leased to I.au Cnong at $,
per month, which lease will expire on
the 1st day of May, 1908.
6. Also the undivided Interest or the
late Joseph Latarus In and to tho
certain pieces or parcels ot land situ
ated In the District of Hana, island of
Maul, described as follows:
1. That certain piece sltuato at Ka
pohuc and conveyed to G. Kcakaulalwl
anu J. nlliaka by deed recorded In tho
Register or Deeds In Honolulu In
Book 78 on pages 351 and 355 arc
acquired 7 acres.
2. That portion or the Ahnpitaa of
Nuolea conveyed to said (1. Kcakau
lalwl nnd J. Klliaka by deed recorded
In said Register Book 78 on pages 35!
and 354, area acquired 25 acres.
3. 1 hat portion of the lilalna or Kop
II convoyeu to said G. Kcakaulalwl and
J. Klliaka by tlccd recorded In said
Register In Book 78 on pages 352 and
353. area acquired 21 acres.
All of said pieces of land being ths
same that were conveyed to Joscpa
l.aznrus by D. Toomey by deed datod
April c. ISiti, and recorded In Boo
158 on par.o 298, and now under lca.ie
to the iiamoa Plantation, said lease to
expire on March 19, 1904.
Terms or sale nro cash In u. 8. Goll
coin, that ten (10) per cent ot th-)
amount bo paid on tho day or sale, and
deeds at oxpenso oi purchasers. For
further particulars, enquire ot the un
dersigned at his ofllco In said Judici
Dated Honolulu, Oahu, August IS.
1901. J. A. THOMPSON,
IN THE CIRCUIT COUKT OP THE FIRST OR.
rcult. Territory ot Hawin In Probate. Al Chin.
Nf. In the aiittrr of Itw EUt of Jim Hul
r hints tut ol Honolulu, mhu, it eav4, IntcilaK.
Th petition nJ ac ountt of the aJnvnlfttrator f ftie
estate of aU JeceaieJ whcrtln he jfki that his
counts be etaminej anJ arprovtJ ani that a final
or J tr te made of JUtrlt-utlon of the pfoptrty r?
nalnlntc In hit bards to persons thereto entitled, ani
discharging him trtm all farther reponb.Nlity at
such aJmlntiratr hav'ne this day been filed.
Notice Is htri-ry give that MONDAY, the tti Jar
.t SU'TI.MHI H. A l, iii,atTLN..cl.lta m , at
Cram rem in the Court Houm. at lluuolulu, teanj
the samelierer-y Is appointed as the time and place
ior nearing taij peuiinn anj accoun, anj inai an
per wmi Interested may thn and there appear anj
show cauj. If an they tme, why the saineshtulj
nut be iff ante J.
liunuiuiu, uanu, Aur i, toi
J. A THOMPSON.
Holmes & Stanley attorney for the Administrator.
itjt4i rtug, t. jt; Se , i
Notice to Creditors.
The underilgneJ having been duly appointed exe
cutrix of the w.ll of the late Paul muntrmot H
mlulu. Island of Oahu, de eased, notl e Uherrbr
glven to all persons to present their claims again
ine estate 01 sata raui Pt mnn, decease. (oJiy
authenticated, whether secured ry mortgage ot outer
wise, to the unders gned at lb omce ot Messrs.
Hatch and SlUlman, Rooms ' Stantctawali
Building, Honolulu, within six months from she
dale hereof, or they will be forevci barred, and all
persons Indebted to said estate art hereby requesV4
to make immediate payment lithe usdoislgned.
Dated Honolulu, Augusstigii.
tkecutm of the will ol Paul Neumann, deceased.
m.a-tt- Aug et. so: Sept.. n. k
Notice to Creditors
fMATt OP IILIA IMAHLO KANIU WAIVA.
Alt creditors ot Lllla Hiaheo Kanlu Walpa art
hereby notified to present their claims, duty authen
ticated, and with the pruprr vouchers. If any exist,
even If the claim Is secured by mortgage upon real
estate to me at my office at 19 S, King it It mA ilu.
Territory ot Hawjll. If such claims be not present
ad within six months from the date ot his notice
they shall be lorevt-r ba red Lllla llaaluo Kanlu
Walpa sometiires contract. d deMs under the name nl
Kanlu Lumahelhe) and ah such dcfels t III be barrel
II not presented to me within sa 4 time
L1LI. A. UIUKLV
Admlnlitrator of the estate ol Lllla rtaahtc
It b. King St 1 Honolulu, August s. t
A igtj.it Aug. t, f. Stp.6, n.
SWIFT BILL ELOPES
Tacomn, Wash., Aug. 1M. Pretty
Ailellna l.yilla lloyle, aKed H, Is tlin
third wlfo whom William C. date,
better known as "Swlftwater Hill."
has- married within as many yearn. '
What makes the caso more Ifttrrest
Ing Is tho fact that ho Is OatcV own
nlcco, and was won liy him despite tin
protestations of her mother, who Is
highly Indignant that her brother
should have eloped with hU niece. Su
Indignant Is she that she has sworn
nut a criminal complaint charelnc
Oates with kidnaping her daiiiihter.
Tho Tncoma police hao wired tin
Ban Francisco police dopaitmcnt In
arrest Hates on his arrival then',
which Is expected to lio tonight. In
that event an effort will be made to
bring 111 in back hero nt unco for trial.'
When your Joints are sttfT and your
muscles Bore from cold or rheumatism,
when you slip nnd sprain n Joint, strain
your sldo or bruise )oursoir, PAIN
KII.I.KU will take out the soren.-.a
and fix you right In a Jiffy. Always have
It with you, nnd uso It freely. AvulJ
substitutes, there is hut one l'aln-Klll-or,
Perry Davis', Prlco 23c. and 50c
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