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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II T.. MONDAY. SEPT. 9. 1801.
Llntt of Travel.
..Oceanic Steamship Company
. TIME TABLE
The stenmcrB of tills lino will nrrlve nnd leave this port ai htie-midet:
IlOM 8AN FRANCISCO.
NTUHA SEPT. 18
ALAMEDA SEPT. 28
SlEHIlA OCT. 9
ALAMEDA OCT. 19
SONOMA OCT. 30
ALAMEDA NOV. 9
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA 8EPT. 11
SIERRA c SEPT. 17
SONOMA OCT. 8
ALAMEDA OCT. 2.".
VENTURA OCT. 29
ALAMEDA NOV. 13
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers, the aye Mr art pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets hy any mil
road Trom San Francisco to all points In the United States, find from Now
York by any steamship lino to nil Emopean ports.
FOR FUR'tllER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm, G. Irwin & X!o., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. 8. CO.
. Pacific Mail' Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the aoove companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
HONGKONG MARU SEPT. 11 NIPPON MARU SEPT. 13
CHINA SEPT. 19 PERU ."SEPT. 21
-OR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. S. 8. CO.
H. HCKF.BLO & CO, LT. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of the above line, running In connection wit,. th CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between vumeiiiver 11. t. nnd Sydtiej N.S.V.,
nnd calling at Victoria, II. C, Honolulu and DrlMinw. aie DUE AT MONO-1
LULU on or nbout the elates below stated. lz.:
From Vancouver aru Victoria, B. C. hrom Sydney and Briitini
(For Brisbane and S)dney.)
(For Victoria nnd Vnnconvi-r h C
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Cnnadn I'nlnd Statt-f. and
Euiope. For Fi eight nnd Passage r.nd all general Information apply to
I'heo. H. Da view ft Co.. Ltd,, GcnM Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
S.S.AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, Sailed.
S. 8. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail to sail Oct. 15.
S.S.CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, sailed from NEW YORK June 16; will
load at PUGET SOUND about SEPT. 1 for HAWAIIAN PORTS.
Freight received at Company's whnrf, 42nd Street, South Brooklyn at
all times. For lurthcr particulars, apply to
c. p. motesB.
' General Freight Agent. H. HACkFELD & CO., Ltd.
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
The Hawaiian Realty and
Maturity Co., Ltd.
Generat Agents for
The New Hampshire Fire Insurance
Co. of Manchester, N. H.
ASSETS $3,367,026 27
Dialers In Real Estate, Loans, Mort
gages and Etc.
Office, 32 King St.,
Over Castle & Cooke's.
Phone, .Main 141. P. O. llox, 2G2.
IE IK BIB
Walluku, Sept. . About ten of tli
young men of Kaanapatl, near Lahal
nu, during a drunken carousal last Sat
unlay evening, attacked the Japancs
at one of the camps at Kaanapatl be
longing to the Pioneer Mill Co. There
was hardly any cause for the attack
save that the attacking party, one of
thim a young man from the Honolulu
police force who was up on a visit,
were In high spirits and .probably
wanted to show- the Japanese that the,
)oung men descended from a notnhln
line of the Kamcbameha warriors.
The camp was surrounded, while one
of the gallant leaders, a Mr. Relnmann.
cfter making several flourishes In tno
nlr with his rovoher, fired several
shots. .The shots went through thi
vooden frame building, and It was
due to no fault of the young man that
none of the Japanese Were killed.
Manager Barkhausch of the Pioneer
Mill went oer last Sunday and ex
amined the numerous bullet holes
mtido on the budding after u'nlch h
despatched E. Walauolo to Walluku
far a warrant of arrest for the would
be brigands. The youns men weie
mrestcd at Knanapnll last Monday, and
nu the following day the trial camn
utf before District Magistrate Kahaule
l!o. Geo. Hnns was retained by tho
pi execution, while J. U Coke served
for the defendants. The ease was dls
fiitBcd by tho trial magistrate on a
motion by the defendint.
The party was rearrested on the
tame charge and brought oer to Wal
luku before district magistrate V. A.
Mi Kay who found sufllclent evldenco
to commit defepdants to the next De
cember term of the Second Circuit
Court, when an Indictment will bo
luought by the Grand Jury.
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 aiid Library Cars, with Barber
Shop and Pkasant Reeding Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
, Free. Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General AEent.
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
B. L. LOMAX, O. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
OpR. & L. Co.
From and After January 1, 1609.
YOU CAN DO IT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIHIUM RATE 18 $2.
Honolulu Office, 315 Fort St.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for our message
CIVIL 8CRVICB EXAMS.
Civil Service examinations will be
held In this city on October 19 and 20.
before the Hoard of Examiners, con-
sUtlng of Prof. W. D. Alexander. Mr.
Hunks nnd Prof. A. D. Ingalls. Appli
cations for the examinations must bo
handed In to Prof. Ingalls. the secre
tary of the examiners, not later than
September 12, and none' will be ac
cepted after that date. The positions
fur which examinations will be held
are as follows:
October 19 Acting assistant eur
geon; aid. Coa3t and Geodetic Survey;
assistant examiner. Patent Office ; as
Mutant topographer; bookkeeper; civil
and electrical engineer; cop) 1st topo
graphic draftsman; farmer; fish cul-
Wist; hospital steward; Industrial
teacher; meat Inspeitoi; Junior civil
cnalncer; manual training teacher;
raiitron. Indian service; mechanical
and electrical engineer; register and
rn elver's clerk; seamstress; superin
tendent of construction; Bit'rvejor gca
ct.it's clerk; teacher, all kinds, Indian
service; topographic draftsman, train
October 2C Apprentice, bookbind
er; book typewriter clerk qualified as
stenographer and tjpeurlter. Land
Office service; compositor; electro
tyier, all kinds; elevator conductor,
departmental service: guard, U. S.
penitentiary senile; messenger; raw
singer boy; press feeder; pressman;
stereotyper; tagger; typewriter:
Instruments Filed for Record Septem-
oer , lsoi.
Mary J. Montano and husb. Qdn,
y. uay Mir.
A. Kaahanul Nttpcpa ltd.
vV. R. Castle, tr. vv C. Achl, tr.
V. C. Achl. tr. a. Watson U.
1.. L. McCandless Gear. Lansing
& Co Hoi.
.Uaowncna and wife Lukallllll ....1).
las. Loe A. K. Hart ct al. ...Tr.I).
.eala I). .. Hoolati-i. tr D.
J. Hoolapa. tr. Woodlawn Fruit
Co , II.
Havvn. Fruit & Plant Co. Honolulu
Pltn. Co U.S. L
September 9, 1901,
Vlng Sing Kco H. E. Soulo Co..
. E. Hi an W. H. Johnson I).
A. Nalpo Mrs. E. K. Nalpo 1)
v . T. lloblnson and wife Mrs. K.
D. Ultras Kanamura L.
I. Mttnlz and wife M. Snlffen ...I).
V. P. nvellnM.de Amoral O.
V. It. Souza M. Mttnlz r.
i. II. Cummlngs J. P. Mendon-
Ans anil L P. Polanl Deborah 1U-
vVm. K. Harnes V. M. Fttlcher ..Itel.
V. C. Aohl W. R. Caatle I).
Oahii Hallway & I.and Co. I'ono-
lulu run Cu I..
Ho Fat Ho Shoon P. Ally.
Chun Yong. Chun Chin nnd Mark
Cliou , CoPiusp.
Recorded August 30.
C. N. Yeo Hop et al. to Sun Chuv
Sing Co.; lease; 47-1(10 acre of land,
lleretanla stieet, Honolulu. Oahu: 3S
years at J7S0 per nnnum. Hook 22t,
page 3S. Dated August 2S, 19DI.
J. Kamahc to H. A. llloiia et al.:
mortgage; Aps. 1 and 2. R. P. 12SJ.
Mil. lulll), Walkele. Ewa, Oahu; tiiin).
tour years at 8 per cent. Hook 227.
page 40. Dated July 29, 1901.
A. tla Costa to Odn. A. F. Gay;
mortgage; lot 14 and portion lit XI.
block 5. Kcwalci tract, Honolulu, Oahu;
11,500, one year at 8 per cent, llcok
227. page 42. Dated August .10. 1901.
Jas. Armstrong to Allen & Itobln-
sun. Ltd.; mortgage; portion Kill. 11-
. Kins and Queen streets. Hono
lulu. Oahu. portion R. P. 2(113. Kill
9003. near Hotel street. Honolulu, Oa-
int. portion Kills. 69, 9003, COR and S .''.',
Klkihalc, Honolulu, Oahu. lands at
Manana. Ewa, Oahu; 19,500. Hook
220, page 330. Dated August 29, 1901.
C. M. Cooke, tr., to LI Uk Co.:
lease; portion Giant C3, Manoa, Ho
nolulu, Oahu; 10 years at $250 r
-tnnum. Hook 22S, page 40. Dati-1
August 9. 1901.
C. C Rhodes and wife to C. Snreek-
els; mottgage; lot 10, l'awaa tract.
Honolulu, (j.iiiu: 14.000, ti psr cent.
Hook 22ti. page 334. Dated August 10
Recorded August 31.
W. Mtitcn to I.au Linn et al.: leasn;
portion Kills. 130, 137, C86. B34. Hotel
treut, Honolulu. Oahu; 25 tears tit
520 per month In advance. Rook 223.
pagu 41. Dated August 2$, 1901.
Gdn. J. H. Mossman to F. Santov
lease: portion R. P. 2530O, Auwnloll-
nut, Honolulu. Oahu; 5 years at $50
per annum. Hook .28. page 42. Dat
ed August 29, 1911.
h? ''y'r' vrf'M.""',, v
ISLAND OF .MAUI.
A. T. Hr.nNKMi. Mitnnger.
At the entrance
to the Famous
lao Vallev. dnJ
easy access tfl
volcano In the
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coalinga Oil
Fields of California.
Proen oil lands, comnletelv Mir.
rounded by as rich oil-producing wells
as there are In the State, jleldlng fiom
50 to 250 barrets per day.
Contract prices for oil at tho Coh!-
Insu wells, 70 cents per barrel.
Willi twcnty-tlvo producing wells or
100 barieU each per day. jou can
mnko your own calculation as to
The oil Industry of California Is In
Its Intar.cy, ct many fortunes hate
been made by Judicious nnd lucky lu-
xcstmcntH lu oil stock. Many mora
will bo made In the near fututc.
The nerage adance on original
sales of oil stock In twenty leading
companies In California has been
from $1 to $108 per sharq.
Oil lands hac advanced from $1.25
to $1,000 and $2,000 per acre.
When tho Pacific union Oil Com
pany has a number of producing wells
North 44 West 3.17 chains along lot
of Kclllnhonul: thenro
South 37 West 1.09 chains alou
government to Palace Walk along tot
of French; thence nlong some to place
of commcuLcinnt. Area 1 rood 10
perches It. P. No. 4514 L. C. A. 278 to
6. That plcco or parcel of lind at
the West corner of Mnunnken and P
uahl Streets. ljo. "H" and l-ot "C".
Heglnnlng nt a point on t'uo, .North
West side5 or Mamiakea' Street 3j.O
feet makal or the corner of Pauabl
Street and running
S. 57 10' W. True G1.5 ft along ilh
N. 32' 50' W. Truo 42.0 ft. along Ma
Ha Kahal lot.
N. 67 10' E. 'iruo C2.0 ft. alone
5. 32 22' E. True 42.0 ft. along Flro
Department lot to tho. Initial point and
containing nn area of 2590 square feet.
This lot is leased to I.au Cnong at :'5
per month, which lease will expire on
the 1st day or May, 1908.
6. Also the undhldcd Interest of tho
on Its property. Its stock will have ,"'" ?"""; "' i"""' ''", an.a, "l i.
tb. same show for even a greater ad- ?! ? "L? '"? ."";
)rr?S,Til 8i, .wadVanCC,i I J'a"- Jescrlbed as follows: '
from II to $1,500 per share. , Th.,-.nnii. ni .u,,ni ( tc.
Tho Pacific Union OH Company has" -nhno.n.lrnni nvmi m n.Knni,..i1.tWi
no salaried omcers. and Is controlled
by well known gentlemen of Integrity,
who will see tnat the money derived
from tho sale of stock will be legiti
mately applied to the development of
For further Information, apply to .1.
H. FISHER) & CO.. Stock nnd Itnnd
llrokcrs. Olid Hnwallnn ngents for the
sale of n limited nmnunt of Pacific
(Union OH Company stock. Stnngen-
wald building. Meichant stieet.
Several Valuable Pieces
New York, Aug. 21. A cable to the
Sun from London sajs: The Hungar
ian ssten of telegraphy, the Intro
duction of which was announced
eighteen months ago, has been a mnr-
clous succtss. The sstcm has been
Installed between fliulapcst and Fl
ume, a distance of 375 miles, and Is In
pinctlcal working order at a speed of
40,000 words nn hour. The messages
ate written In Roman characters and
require ju tinnscrlptlon. Negotia
tions are In progress for establishing
he system In Fiance and Germany.
The latter Government will gie II
n trial between Berlin and Cologne,
and tho Installation nil be completed
In a short time. '. -e system hi an in-gcnln-ts
combination of the telegraph,
telephone nnd photogiaptty, messages
being written on senslilztd paper by
rny light and deoloped and flied by
nu automatic process.
nnu J. ivlliaim by deed recorded In the
Register of Deeds In Honolulu In
Hook 78 on pages 3-51 and 355 nrei.
acquired 7J ncres.
i 2. That portion of tho Ahttpuan of
iNitoIca tomejed to Bald O. Keakau
lain I and J. Kllmka by 'deed recorded
in said Register Honk 78 on pages 3"1
and 354, area acquired 25 acres.
3. l hat portion of tho lllalun of Koa
II conveyeu to said G. Keakaulalwi nut
J. Klllaka by deed recorded In said
Register In Uook 78 on pages 352 and
353, nrea acquired, 21 acres.
All uf said pieces of land being tb!
I same that wero conveyed to Joscpn
ILnznrus l D. Toomcy uy deed dated
I April li, ISM, and recorded in' Uook
168 on par.o 29S. and now under lea.ie
to the nnmoa Plantation, said loaso to
'expire on March 19, 1904.
Terms of salo nro cnHh In II. S. floM
coin, thn ten 110,) per cent of the
amount be paid on tho dny of sale, nnd
deeds nt oxpenso ot purchasers. For
further particulars, enquire of the un
dersigned nt his olllcu In said Judici
I Dated Honolulu, Oahu, Anpist 15,
Hy virtue of an Order issued out of
tno Circuit Court or the First Judicial
Circuit, Hon. Gcorgo 1). Gear, presid
ing, in a cnitse at Chambers entitled
Adelaide Schllcf ct al. versus Joseph
Clarko ct at.. Equity Division, Number
1208, tho undersigned will sell at Pub
lic Auction m the highest bidder, sub
ject (o contlrmatlon by said Court,
ON SATURDAY, SEPT. 14, 1S01,
At 12 O'clock Noon,
At the mauka cntrnnco to tho Judici
ary Hulldlng, In Hald Honolulu, Oahu,
too following described lauds and tho
Improvements there-on, to wit:
1. Thnt certain pteeo or pirccl of
land situate on tho N. E. corner or
King nnd Ptincnbowi Streets, in Hono
lulu, Onhti, Territory of Hnwall, and
bounded and dcserlbed ns follows:
All Nntlve Sons ot California who
wish to participate In tho celebration
on September H, 1901, nro requeste-d to
(all on L. Lcvlngstnn "Tho Kash." on
Fort and Hotel streets, nnd leglster.
NOTICE TO NATIVE DAUGHTERS
BALL OF NAT.VE KONH.
A.M. P M,
.... ni ....
.... Is ....
.... till ....
Oollr Ball! DotlT
J lit .... ooi
10 .... tiso
TI4! IWf 4110
llCl ll0 4 10
lf oof lot
BV-C. SMITH, Gen'l Pass. & Ticket Agt.
a, P. DENISON, Superintendent.
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
Cn Icivt Wilklkl for town t $ 43. 6,15. 6 41 A M.
and eveo i! minute thertaftcr it I 1041. h.i-i and
iijsm. trom W-ikikl co to the Punihou Stiblei.
Can leave R Ranee 1 1 l'awa twitch for town at
S SA m. and every i mlnuteiihireafunlll u.UP.M
Cart leave Fort and Kir j; ttrrets corner for Hal ami
at 6 10 a.m. and every ij minntcf attcr till 11 tj
Can leave for Palama onlv at and :io A M
Can leave Palama for Waikikl 4 t A n. and everv
n minutes 1 1 t g ij t H , then at 10 n and 10 4) P.M
The ifii P.M from Palarna tor PunAiou only goe
to Waikikl on Saturdat.
cart leave I ort and Klnc kirevti corner lot Kiflt
Ranztt at 20 and t'ta A.M.
Cart leac Fort and Klnc streets corner for Waikikl
at 6 1 j A.M. and every 15 mlnutet till ioojp.m then at
10 u and 11.1$ pm. the iiijjM.m. goes to Waikikl
nERErANIA STREET AND .'UUANU VALLEY.
Cars leave Punahou Stable t Town at j-J and
tor Town and Valley at 5 40 5 50 o so 6 40 and
j ao A M
Cars leave OahiColleire fortnw.. id VaIUvai
t jo 6 50 and t.io A.M and ever) 10 mi., tea till 10 10
r.m. extvpi me even nour ana nair, n?ur cars wnicn
run from the suMe,
Catsteave Nuuanu Valley at 6 10 6 jo 6 jo A.M and
tver ia nlnutei thereafter till 10 sj H,M
Cars loave Fort and Queen ktreels fi)r Punihou
Collere at 6 0$ 6 aj t 45 A M and every 10 minutes
after till 9 41 P.M Alter that the cars run M the
Stable up to 1 1 joP.m, which ItheU.tcr Irom Town,
reaching the Stable at into t M
Wi!der's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
, , P'ntF,
(icnoial Mnnai;er of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of tho United States for tho Ha
Merchant St. : Honolulu.
H. Hackfeid & Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
The Native Sons of the Golden West
will give a Brand ball In Progress hall
tonight In honor of Admission Day.
The invitations have been Issued ex
clusively to Native Sons nnd Dnugh
tcrs of California. The recipients of
these Invitations may take to the ball
pi 1 sons who are not natives of Callfor
nla. Accompanying the invitations am
b.tdges which the committee desires to
Among the speakers cf the evening
nill be Judge Uotce nud I'. S. Assistant
D'.rtrlct Attorney Dunne. All the ar
rangements for the ball, Including the
rccoratlons. which weie done by G. W.
It. Mng, have been completed. Tho
music for the occasion will be furnish
ed by Prof. V. E. Sharpe.
.Mcdonald is dead.
Tracy McDonald, the horseman und
drlv'tr for the Club Htables who met
v Ith a fatal accident on King s'ice,
mar the Cipltol Saturday nfteruoun
died at the Queen's Hospital nt II
o'clock Sunday moinlng as a result uf
hi Injuries. He uever regained con
sc'.cubiHBB. The funeral services
will be held at the undertaking parluir.
of Henry Williams this attcrnoon. The
body will be taken to Pearl City for
burial in the regular funeral train.
Deceased was about sixty yeau of
age and had been a resident of the
Islands for nearly a quarter of a con
tuiy. He leaves a wife and son in
Spanish Town. Half Moon Uay, San
Mateo county, Cal.
The nativo-lmin Huns of California
rcsnc-ctfiillv ronucRt tho Natlvrt
! DaitLhtiTK to furnish tho nnino of their
Commencing at North corner and town and county nnd their present
intili. If In b.. .-.. - ll.. nHll..hl ..I.......
tu.uit'iBi'j. ttk iiiu I'iiuiusi niu U. 1 1 i'i .-;
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxatlvo Uromo Qulnlno Tablets.
All druggists refund tho money If It
falls to cure. a. W. Grove's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods,
Fort and Queen Sts.
Notlco Is herpby given tint tho
undersigned uavtng en the first day of
Juno, A. I). 1911, lornied a copartner
ship, under tho name nnd btylo v-f
WING HINO CHAN doing business
at Apia lauo. Honolulu, Teriltory of
Hiuval). The natnio of said business
fjclng the buyln; nnu selltnp a'l Klmla
nt unineso ana other groceries nnd
(Signed) MM l'Ai.
HEU -ON SANO.
Honolulu, AiiKiist Utn, 11)01,
I!mmn N(Uupc Concert.
The bapd will play the following so
lectlcKS at u concert to Le given In
Erir.ia Square this evening, beginning
at 7:30 o'clock:
Overture Raymond Thomas
rimtaolu Solo nnd Chorus... Contcrnu
Selection Nubuoco , Vordl
Miss J. Kelllaa.
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Selection In Sunny Tennessee ...
Dance Punch nnd Judy .... Ilogettl
Waltz Waikikl llsach Ilerger
Polku Hllo llaby Ilerger
Tim Star Spangled Danner.
M'DONAI.n-In Honolulu, Sept. S,
1001, at tho Queen's Hospital, front
Injuries received In an accident Sep
timber 7, Tntcy (".Mae") McDonald.
San Mateo count) , Cal., papers please
OLDS In this city. September S, 1001
Hllzabcth Ciiiilllc, Icloved daughter
of Mr, and Mrs James Olds, Jr, age
thtce j ears.
The steamer City of Para was to
Lav i' left Sin I-YjiilIoco fot Port I.o
Angeles nnd Ibis port nn Sept. 1. Sh
will bring Potto Itlcuus
South -' Kast 75 links nlong Kco
Soutti 48 3U' West 3S0 links aloii
liana tlanllllo's; thence
Nortn 7 West 37 links nlong King
North 42 i:nst 312 links along
Punchbowl street; thenco to placo ot
commencement, area 1-5 aero. Tha
samo being It. P. 570J or L. C. A. 24';
to Honnkaupu, and being tho samo
conveyed to the said Joseph Lazarus
by .Mrs. o. K. Kyfo and 1). K. Tyfo,
her husband, as per deca dated Sov.
3rd, 1883, and recorded in Liber 8',
2. ltoat Patent Grant Number 350U.
'that certain piece or parcel of land
sltuato at tho south Slopo of Puneh-
bowl ttlll, Honolulu, Island of Oa'iu,
and described as follows: Lot No. 502.
Iloglnnlng at a point on mauka sldo
of Klnau Street and 200 tt. Westerly
from Iron pin at West nnglo of Iloaid
man's premises, thenco tno boundary
runs by truo bearings:
V. 21' 12' H. 2tt ft. nlong lots 503
S. 81 31' W. 115 5-100 nlong Lunv
S. 21 ' 12' W. 229 along Lot 501;
S. CS 48' U. 100 nlong Klnau St. to
Area 25750 so., ft.
3. Two lots No. 117 and No. US on
lleretanla btrect, being lots or paro'u
of land described In Koval Patent No.
284, and described as follows:
Commencing at tha makal South
corner of Lot No. lit (T. Mctcalf's)
South 78 15' Kast 200 ft. nloi.K
mauka street to West corner of IM
No. 119 (It. II. Rowlln's), thenco
North 11 45' Hast 150 ft. along !t
No. 110 to Its maiiKa North corner,
North 78" 15' West 200 tt. to mauka
13. comer of Lot No. llfi, thenco
South 11 4a West 151) ft. along lot
No. 11C to place of commencement,
containing 833 miliums nnd 12 ft. moro
or loss. Less what has since been
deeded to tho wife. (Thlti lot Is on tin
Waikikl siilo of lot now occupied b
Mrs. A. L .King.)
4. That certain piece or parcel nl
land sltuatu at tho maul. a corner of
Punchbowl mid Phlace Walk Streets,
In said Honolulu, described as lot
lows: Apana 1. Commencing at a point on
Punchbovw Stieet; being "tenth cottier
of 1'niaco Walt; nnd Punchbowl Stn-ot
which is ,.ie South West corner of
this lot, thenco
North 43 Uast 90 chains along
I Punchbowl street; thenco
lu order thnt Invitations may bo ox
tcuded to them nnd .nelr escorts l.i
attend tho entertainment and ball l.i
bo given in celebration ot the 51st nn
nlvetsnry of Admission Day, Sept. 9th.
1901. WALl.:il IJ. WALL.
Chairman of Committee.
W. P. IIAltllY. Secretary. ,
P. O. llox 272. 1929 31
THE HAWAIIAN LABOR BUREAU
Will engngo laborers in the Hawaiian
Islands nnd furnish them to planta
tions. Individuals, firms or corporv
tlons. Will itndertnko contract work
and furnish experienced and rellabU
contractors. Otdcrs promptly at
Telephono 230 Main, P. O. box S77.
Tcmpoinry office, Hpieckels Hull J-
Ing, Ilootn 11, Kent street, Honolulu.
All panics nro hereby cautlouel
asnlnst negotiating Certificate) No.
392.1 for ten shareR of Oahu Stigur
Company, ns tho said shares are claim
ed by 11ISHOP & CO.
ROOMS AT 542 BERETANIA ST.
Tho former residence of II. Lose.
Ulectrlc lights, hot nnd cold water,
rooms largo and airy nnn very tast
fully furnished. Uxcellcnt table board.
Clean and Useful.
A No. 2 IJddy Ilefrlgerator Is far
sale, CHKAP. Apply L. A.. Hoffman
PARTIU'S DESIRING TO PURCIIASC
can do so by applying
by letler to the : : :
Humiiiila Sliecp Slalion
Have horses on hand to suit any anJ. all
IJ. W. .I0NL8, Maniger.
Katmiela P.O. 1$ aiJ of Hawaii