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Line of Travel.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this lino will airlvo and leave (Mg poll ns hereunder'
..vf,5?M 8AN KUAN'C,SC- FOll BAN KIUNCISCO.
VKNTUKA BK1T I8! Al.AMl'tiv or.HT. II
The Hawaiian Realty and
Maturity Co., Ltd.
,. OCT. 8
.. OCT. 2".
.. OCT. 23
.. NOV. 13
Local iloat. Local lloal.
In connection with the sailing of the nlmu steamers, thy nge-nts an- tn
parcel to Issue, to Intending pnsscngors, coupon through tickets oy any rail
road from San Francisco to all po.uts In the United States, nnrt from New
York ty nnj steamship line to all Duopeati poits.
rou ri'itiiinu !AiiTict;t.Mta apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 8. 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 abott the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
HONC1KONO MAIIU SEPV. 11 NIPPON MARV SEPT. 13
CHINA SEPT. IS PERU SEPT. 21
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. 3. CO.
H. HACKFIELO & .CO, LTO. AGENTS.
CanadianAustralian Royal Mail
Steamers of the nbove line. running In connection wit., thu CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. bctvve-. n vuiiiouver. II C. uml Sv.lui'y. N.S A.,
and tolling at Victoria, II C. Honolulu ami lirlshntu' ate DUE AT HONO
LULU on or nliout the dates below suited, vlr .
From Vancouver an- Victoria, B. C. hrom Sydney and Brisbane.
I (lor Victoria nnd Vaneoiivei. li (.' )
(lenernl Agents for
New Hampshire Fire Insurance
of Manchester, N. H.
Recorded August 30.
TanaKa ct al. to A da Costa, olll
of sale; leaseholds, live stock, etc
"Sikamoto Dairy" Kapalnma, llono
lulu, Onhll, $2,lliii. Hook 221 1m so
31fi. Dated Augiut 2S, Will.
Leo II. Knlp to Allen & Hoblnson,
hill of eale, etc., seven Insurance pol
icies and four fire claims on Honolulu
ptopcrty: $1. Ilooit 221, page 314 l)at
ed March 12, 11.0V.
Recorded September 3.
D. Kahatevvnl and huiband (II) to
Kong Vol, deed; one half Interest II
P. 3S2I. Kid. 1d74, Pnwaa, Ilnnoluhi.
Oahu; $1,500. Ilool. 225, page 201
Dated August 31, 1901.
Recorded Septetnbsr 4.
Young Wal hy attorne to V. "
P.irko, chnttel mortgage, three leare
holds, Kamullllll, Honolulu, Onhu
one leasehold, Walklkl, Honolulu, Oa
hu, $300. Hook 227, page .V.. Dated
September 4, 1001.
V. M. Campbell to H Waterhous"
& Co : mortcace. lot I. block A of
Chicago, Aug. 2S. If the expert-' Grant 3400. Kniad-:ihun, Honolulu
Hurts that uio about to be made by Oahu, $1,000, S per cent being a set-
II... L'lilmmi nnJ Alton and the Chlcano ' ond mortgage Uook 22fi, pairo 338
ASSETS $3,367,026 27
Dialers In Ileal Estate, Uians1, Mort
gages and Etc.,,
Olllce. 32 Klng.St,
Over distil tt. Oooko'o.
Phone, .Main 141. P O llox, 262.
and Eastern Illinois Railroads are sue.
'cutui the status of locomotive fire
ii ii may be gu.itl) changed. Each
Dated August 29, 1901
Mary II. Atchcrly am husband lo
M. C Pach"coet al ; mortgage, two-
thirds Interest In R. P. 1853. Uinli
of these Hues Is unripping the engine 1NOrth Konn. Hawaii, Intciest In piece
with mi niitoinatlc stoker, or firing ma. land, hul land, Holualo.i, Ninth Konn
(blue. The device practlially lakes tlm'$2. 1 year nt 12 per cent Hook 220,
Plato of it fireman In shovelling coal niK-1 3'' Dated September 3. 1001
Into the tlreboxcs and distributing lt.1 v- M V?"1',1",1 ''! ' , n ".".inn
-, , .1 ..... ui t mortgage; lot 4, block A of (Irani -.400
These automatic firing machines ar, ,,, .,. iIlim,ii,. n....... .,-,,,,
in- iitv.'iiiion oi a i.riicuciii nuiroau
engine driver. Thej consist of fun
nel shaped troughs, Into which coal Is
shovel, d. In the funnels nre screw
tint grudinll force the coal Into tho """: 50. 3 months at 12 per cent
r.. i... i .n..n i. ..,t.. ... I'" annum. Hook 220. page 343. Dai-
2 ears at 8 per cent Hook 227, page
iiC. Dated August 28. I9u.
K. Fernandez to J. C, Ollvelra:
chattel mortgage; hack nnd 'twi
lir" box and distribute It evenly nvcr
the fires. Tho funnels may ho easily
enlarged so that coal will go Into them
from the tank of the engine. Hy their
use It Is said that the work of a fire
man In this line may be entirely dts
rensed with. Railroad men are divid
ed as to the result of the devices 111
eventually displacing the firemen from
the engines. Many maintain that two
n.cti will n1wns be require d on an en-
ed August 17, 1901.
Recorded September 5.
Klkllau (w-) to Ah Sang; lease: t
lol nnd building. Hnnoullull, Ewn, Oa
10 )cars nt $21. Ilool; SiS. pagu
Dated September 2, 1901.
Louisville, Ky tow- ?8. What
Is known as the dependent member
ship question precipitated n hot fight
at the meeting of l.ie Knlgnts Templar
convention today It inded In the en !
campment sustaining tho ruling of
(Irnud Master Itelilien II. l,lo)d llrief
ly ho holds that to be In good standing
n Knight Templar must maintain his
standing In both chapter and lodge.
The grand master rp.id an argument
upholding Ids po-iitlon nnd the matter
then went to the committee on Juris
prudence'. The committee hiought m
n majority report accepting the grand
master's stand In tho matter, but a
mlnoiity repoit was also submitted
nnd hotly advocated on the lloor. The
two reports were flnallj submitted to
tho members ot thu enenmpnunt J
of whom wcie present, and the vole
sustained the majority report by over
The Jurisprudence committee nlso '
brought In n report sustaining eh"
grand master In his position Hint i
srrniid master cannot create n Knight j
I'eniphr nt sight, niter the nnrlcti
fashion of kings, who knighted soldleia
on the1 field of battle This question
has been n mooted ono, nq there hai
nlvviivs bien nu element favoring dm1
granting of this privilege to tho grand 1
commander, who would thus be abbe I
lo honor men In the wa.v universities
nnd colleges confer degrees upon ells I
tlnpiilshed person?. '
i lie encimpmeni iieutieu to pin in
assessment of Sir Knights hick to '
cents per capita n cnr At the lMtlf
burg conclavo the rale was reduced ti
3 cents, ns the encampment hail more"
money thnn It knew- what to do with.
Tin1 leport of (Ira ml Master I.lod
contnlned the following. "Tho order
Is In a. most satisfactory nnd health
condition nnd steadily growing. The
pi esent term, which began July 1,
IS99. commenced with 114.540 mem-b-rs
and closed with 125.108. Tho or
der Is In n mucn more healthy condi
tion thnn it was before the promulgii
Hon of the decision that voluntarily
remaining a non affiliate lodge or
chapter for six months would a fleet
membership In a commandcry, for
now ever member of the order Is
sustaining It, root nnd branch."
I For llrisbnne ami Sjdnoy.)
, SKIT. 25
Thioilgh Tickets Issued from Honolulu lo Canada. United States ten 1
Europe For Freight and Passage ml all k uer.il Information, nppl to
Thco. H.Dav1e8&Co.,Ltd., Gen'lAfient.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
S.S.AMERICAN, 6,003 tons, Sailed.
8. S.HAWAIIAN, 6,003 tons, to sail to sail Oct. 15.
S.S.CALIFORNIA, 6flOC tons, sailed from NEW YORK June 16; will
load at PUGET SOUND about SEPT. 1 for HAWAIIAN PORTS.
Freight received nt Cuuipaii's whaif, 42ud Stieet, South l!reoklri nt
all time's. For further p iitlcularH, nppl to .
C. P. fldOKSB,
General Frelflht Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
I New York. August SI. A cnble lo
eite vveiiiu ire. in ine i.aguesnvs. vv li
.Se.tlie Is hereto given thut tho
uii.Hisignid Having on the first day of
June- A. D. lioi formed u e-o partner
ship under tin- unme and stylo . f
W'LVO HINT. I HAN, doing bnsliii'SH
at Aula Inne. Honolulu. Terrllory of
Hawaii. The uatuic of said busltievs
being the- tilling niiei selling nil kinds
of I'hlnesi' and other groeerles nnd
Signed) MM FA I
llEI' ..ON SANO.
i A.NO NEE
KON I .INO
lloiiolulii. August l.tn 1901
In leaving Honolulu todn) the offl-
corn of the steamer Mariposa slid
good he for n long time to nil their
friends. The vessel will be put e?ul of
commission on nrrlval nt San Fran-
risen nml the Alameel.i which has been Hutu K Vnnderbllts deslic to see III
practically rebuilt, reenglned nml boll- eug queen of Holland launched him
cied will lake her place as the local Into an oee.in of trouble. The dn an
!..,. Ti.n Ain,.,n,in I. .. im.inie.i in 'r his nrr val al Se hlevoniiigcii. as he-
i... c. ....... iu.. f.. ..... ...... ,,l"n,, wniiiliTliiK near tl. lojal
i Vis i. t ji n i iiiuviei" iui n.i .i
the 21st lust, and tbcic Is nothing now
known to del j) her.
Wu Ting Fung for London.
London, Sipt 2. "I.I Chung Tang,
the adopted sun of I.I Hung Chang,
having declined the St. Petersburg I.e
the loval rest
deuce, ho notice d small groups of
strange men here nnd there- along the
nnd, nnd asked n peasant what It
meant llelug loin that Wllliclm'ua
wus Just convntrsient, nnd wns ex
pee ted to elilve past.
He several Units nski-d the men
who proved to bo police detectives In
disguise, If they weie sure tho Queen
gallon." savs a dispatch to the 1 line, - '" f, "$? ,
from Peking, "China has assigned Sir
Chlh Chen Lo Feng Mill (Chinese Mln
Istcr In London) to St. Petersburg,
transferring Wu Ting Fang from
Washington In London."
FAILURE OF CORN AND STRIKE
MAKE STOCK MARKET SHAKY
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS 0AILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Curs, with Darber
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, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, Oenernl Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St,, San Francisco.
K. U LOMAX, O. P. & T. A..
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
YOB CAN DO IT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the croup except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 $2.
New York. Aug. 24. The sock
marke t Is uuder the control of very
loulllctlng Inlluenres. uwlng to de
velopments. such ns the strike anil
torn crop failure, which were- entirely
bejemd human foresight, the bull
movement received n bttbtetk from
which It tins not et fairly recovered
Prices Hcmiid to sky-rocket itltltiiiltM
In .... anil June, and tho recesslom
which liiivet since followed have not
brought securities down to near 111.)
hirudin level, not it few favorite stocks
idlll being eiiioti-d nt Very high figures
ire. m the Investment point ot lnvv
Value h e c.ntliiiie under the Inllueneu e.f
Honolulu Office, 315 Fort St.
T13L., MAIN 181.
Messenger w ill call for our message
her nnd If sho wus nlnng protected
that wny. Ills nervous manner nnd
Interminable, Jerky questioning in
broken language flunky aroused suspi
clou, and elesplte his protests the mil
lionalro was "Invited to go to The
Hague and explain himself to tho
HiirgouinKler. The officials nt The
Hague- weie easlly convinced that
Vandcrlillt was no mnlefaitor. When
the eiveizenloiis detectives had been
lepriinanded they were) asked their
rcveon for making so stui.ld an arrest.
They offered no other excuse than th.it
Nniiderbllt looked nnd behaved like nil
O. R. & L. Co
From and After January 1, 1899,
S) CUIUS. ...
u. S.. siir Si
AM. A.M AM
,. t io g if it..!
,, to fl l tiuo
i I.IS . 'M
, it l ....
i 8i. Dalli
, I u
n....... .... fi
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
Or. Irave Walklkl lor lun at i .1. 1 t 41 A t
and every el tnlnul.. Ilirecttte. It I Iv.l. Hill onj
li j. P M. lroi Wa klkl eo tjthe Punahuu btall..
Car. If ave R Ranee or Pawaa owll.lt for town a.
1 ija M. anJ every n mtruteolhtrcaltrrtlll ii oiH.M
Car. leave t-ort and King .treeli corner lor Halama
at 6 to A M. and ever) il nlnutt alur till it ..
Can leave for Palama only at i and i lo A M.
Car leave Palama lor W.Ik kf i A M and avrr.
timlnoet. till q.i P M , then .t io.ii and ta.i p.n
Th. it'll PM from P.lama tor I'unjtiou unl) sue
to Walklkl on Saturdayk
Can leave I ort and King ilreel corner tot Itlfk
Ranco at 1 and y v 4
uara leave i ort ana smic ftuee.i corner!, r woikiki
at6.1AM andcery tl mlnLle III! loo.p.M llttna
to ii ana itti p n. in
country as a whole does not HiPe.1
lrom these drawbacks. Blinkers me
generally anticipating a good demand
lor money nt II rm rates. Supplies,
however, are not suflltlcnt to penult
any actlvo stock speculation. A raplJ
hull market nt this time would soi
meet an Insurmountable obstacle I'l
tight money. The Treasury receipts
continue lnrger than expenditures, and
this nwkwnrd movement Is likely to
continue until legislation provide!
Roini) further curtnllment of revenue
or Setretnr (luge biivs bonds moie
freely, (.old is coining In with som?
freedom rom the Klondll e A favor
n e feature was the weakening ot
lir!fii nvi hnnpn nu lm. In Lire--
the eomnitiiilt of Intel est Iden. which BIBtl exports and reueweil fotelgn
in one iiirm or iiiiiiuier is eAi.Htc.-u i imying of American sec unties If
make railroad seeurltles safer and jthcbo latter movements conllnue with
worn profitable Investments than her"- an freedom we shnll sfton be ngtlu
tiifore. I'liepiestlonably the execution Importing gold a movement that will
of th.-hi) Ideas has had a most Inipnr-'in. facilitated by the gradual resumi.
taut he tiling upon values No forc-j tion of tho South African mines. It
eiiiul to It has been witnessed in a is epilte ovldtnt thnt the Hoot war.
dee iide. but It is time to call n halt to .which has had such a depressing el
se ei . tht-stt expee tuttons have not jeet upon tho London market. Is pnee-
been exaggerated It will nt least no tlcalty over, and the Ililtlsh nimy h
Mile fur ns to wait for k period that now doing Utile more than police duly,
we nid linrii more us lei the stability Alread) London Is getting Into a hnp
nutl working cr these arrangement.), pier fiamo of mind; and a better feci
Nothing will bo lost b) allowing time Ing exists In South Atrlcan securltloi
fur thehii Mist experiments to demon- which may easily extend Into other
stratei their stajlng powers. At pres- spheres, lliero Is an cvblcnt revival
out stinks lire largely concentrated in of Interest In American securities In
a few hands whose relations aro &j I,onilon, nnd It will be Interesting to
close and Interwoven that harmonium watcn Us staying qualities,
ae thins lire Imperative tor tho gool The mo3t encouraging teatuiu in tho
or nil. Let these stocks, however, whole situation Is the certain!) of nil
oncet be fairly scattered and tho com- o.uer good jenr ol exports. Kuiope
munlty of lute-rest plans will bo so- beems to huvo a thottnge ot 4H0.uiiU.uuu
vcredj threatened .. new loices and hushels of whent nnd tho Lulled Stniei
now rlvnliles t..at aro now necessarily n mirplus ot about j.iU.imiu.uuu utislieb..
repiesscd. Much satialiiitiou Is now mis insures us u hood price lor our
obtained lrom the continued galas uivlieat and a good naul lor the Mil
mllroad .uiniti.o. nnd tno expe-ctatlonj loads. It also sirengthens tno pioln
of Increasetl ellvidenus whlen such io-lu t or gold Impons, lor l.uiope Ij
ports naturally stlmulntu. It should Icoiupnratlvely baro or American stockj
not he ovei looked, nowevcr, that these land cannot return them In tonsldci
gains uie derived more from tho In- aiuu eiiiantlllcs.
icreni,.- In rates thun tho Increase In v uro still lu the midst of a trad
limine. I'oriunaic'o uuwe. u neavj. ero murliei. 'Inu big holders and
nn.. Ihi'Mt Is plenty In sight; henci orAQ operaiots are absent nnd seem
conditions are particularly lavorabf.j content with keeping pilces pegged at
mnintei.unre oi rates, ana in nboiu tho present level.
Head Spinning bike a Top.
cause and neur
algia are cured Is
20 minutes vrllh
ers, li rrakei no difference
what the cause headache from
loss of eep overwork, kidney
troubles nervcu ess.stralnedeyes,
over eatlnf or.nl- ng or smoklnj
impl) quiet c wn in a few mlnutra
and In 2t n nules a'ter a wa'er U
taken c!i -iFFa entirely, IcJVlag
Ihe train tear and active,
MA C1L?5LI.K, Ph. C,
I aslsValtr Hefldachca ilrjoaf
aaEI&O are Positively Ms&U
I mBT;-- aF
Ifi glW. .F
ttv tiw asm m men. -tv i j j
mr afltim a m
sM '' UB'E3k
sssft. II .ssHrllsssssVr-ilBV
contain no hirmfdt substinecs cf try kind They irs roUUl helpful to ncrvci w
)Mcm. SdIibyIU-uesitt lOetnJ 2Sc bcx four I'reti many In it 25c ml
The Rtnulnc are put up In tablet form only. A ij tawScn put up In racht
(madfl cf patts) becauw t jch carter warp oter, tmVirt the tcwder and when damp art
vormy. Cesslsr'a flael Hcaltche Wafers are jjarantetd ts curs absolutely 20
minutes or retutn partly used box o drutjctit ard fe wl.) ttt nd fjll amount.
POCKET A BOX.
At the er, trance
to the Famous
lao Vallev. ani
easy access tt
volcano In "tlis
World. -, -
MAUI HOTEL, ?X.
A. T. tlAC.HNK.MMt. MtinniVcr.
Several Valuable Pieces
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coallnga Oil
Fields of California.
1'roveu oil lands, completely stir
founded hy as rich oil producing wells
as theie are In the State, jleldlng from
So lo 230 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at thu Couf
Inga wells. To cents per barrel
Willi twcnly-flve producing wells of
10.1 ban els each per day, jou can
make youi own calculation ns to
Thu oil Industry of Callitunla Is Ir
its Infant, et many fortunes have
bee ii made by Jiidltloua and lucky li
vestments lu oil stock. .Many nior.
will he made In tho near lutinc.
Tho nverago advance on original
sales of oil stock lu twenty leading
companies In California has been
from $1 to $108 per share.
OH lands have advance tl from $1.2;
to $1,000 and $2,"l00 per aero
When tho Pacific Union Oil Com
pany has a number of producing wells
on Its property, its stock will have
tho same, show for even a greater ad
vance, as some oil stock has advanced
from $1 to $1,500 per share.
Tho Pacific Union Oil Company han
no salaried officers, and is controlled
by well known gentlemen of Integrity
who will see tnat tho money derived
from the snlo of utoclc will bo legiti
mately applied to the development ol
Kor further Information, apply to -I.
H. KISHHIt . CO.. Slock nnd IJonel
Urokers, and Hawaiian agents for tho
sale of a limited amount of Pacific
t'nlon OH Company stock. Stangeii'
vvald building. Merchant street.
j.nlti.ojeM. The ii js CM eo lo Walklk.
F. C. SMITH. Gtu'l Pass. & Ticket Agt.
Q P. IlENISON, Superintendent.
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
BERETANIASTKfcLTAM). MUAM VALUY
Can leave Punahou Stable t T'rn at j to anJ
for 1 own and V'allty at ; j p o . 6 aw 7 and
Caraleav Oah j Colleije Ut q id VUej at
6 to 6 so and t io A W and ever) io mil. ei UN to ic
rm excepi ine even nouranji.au, nour can wnicii
run from thj Stable,
Car leave Nuuanu Vallry atCio6)o63uAM and
ever) to minutes thereafter till in $oi,H
u.ar reave i on anj ivueen ureeis ror 1'unanou
IN THC CIRCl'IT COURT OF THE FIRST
I. ..la -T. ..!... .1 tl.... Ik !. t, - - U.n 1
V.IThUII. If IIHUiy it 111" II 4-1 X.II4I41 ITII !! rm-
bate in tne tnaiter m ine evaie ni rt-nry i nneiin,
4 m t -e. Inli e.na .if ml.irj fltlal .tl .h- .. &!. . . I... ..a S.l.n.. I.....
Ill It, lllttim'l.umi; Ul luivo, iti nUUUv II1U l.tTUBUIU IUL'I. I'llUMU IIUV , "." , ,, .! ! . laih i lVa..A iMninnhatl rThMii
event of lessened business activity we , . conspicuous lor Its absence, and ff.'bi vV'liVmV i ?,.', .1 tW?J?t nfiSTI
win no mucn less exposeu io uisas- tue outlook Is not ror any special buoy-
tioiiH rate wars than lormorly. It Is oncy until tho monetary situation la
foil to underrate tho vuluo of tho more favorable. At the moment vu
community of Interest idea. It niarku advise profit taking on all Blimp ml-
a new era, and a now level in railroad lies.
stoe'us; but thai Is no reason why vvi Tlio marvelous Industrial develop-
should perpetually eincrtaln oxagger- ment or tho United States In recent
ated Ideas or lis vuluo, and tho boouer jcars is not thoroughly appreciated
we Ind Ith real mid permanent worth hy tho average American so well u by
the bitter for nil eoncerned, At prei- Uuropeans, upon whom presses wltn
Itter'tiflVaiPM ,JAi"i t".tfh.c. runi"the ''nl ''"H'lng but pure expcrtmic Is Irreslstiblo force the expansion of our
StaWeuptoie soP.M.whithiitiwiaitc.rirora fon isusuiinin cenain Bioehs in a J io foreign commerce ub evidenced by
reacrtln;; ehe Statle ae it w PM
(lencral Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of tho United States for tho Ha
Office, : Merchant St, ; Honolulu.
H. Hackfeid & Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholcsile Importers and Jabbers.
European and Americin Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen 8ts.
3 1.2 per cent iinsls. When they coma the Htirnpean press clamoring for pro
down to u 4 to 4 1-2 basis they will kei.tlou ugalnst thu invasion ot even
bet nearer their ruu level.
ihe- course of tnu money market
Horn now on will bo Interesting. Tha
sui plus reserve last Saturday stood
lit $lci,421,!l'in, compared with $20,S57
tMi a ear ngo. 'ITin ilcmand for ciop
purposes will soon assert itroir, and
wo muy look for it period of declining
uaerves until the end ot October. Th
reduction of thu coin crop will hnvo
little effect upon the demand lor men-
tho higher pilces for torn nnd
the abuiidnnco of wheat offsetting 'Ho
lessened liuiulrltH from thnt source,
(leneral buslnes promises to bo tali ly
active; though It Is questionable If It
will exc.ed last ears In volume. Tho
loss from corn damage and tho strike
their homo markets by American
manufactures and for combination
tariff walls ugalnst us. Ilecont fig
ures, published by tho Tieusury IjD-
partment nt vv'nshiiictoii, giving on-
coal production during the past lit-
teen years, nro as surprising ns tbev
aio gratll)lng, nml co.u is tho very
soul ol ludusiilal lite. Tho rnltcu
States. In USli, produced IQO.i.i'.l.iiu
tuns nt cuul and In 1UM) tno prnducllon
was 24S,42J,00J tons, nn Incicubt) of
vcr nearly 150 per cent In flftee'i
oars, whllo t!rcat llritaln Incicrsed
hor coal output, during tho same
rlo.t, only about DO por cent from
lbi,51S,000 tons In U8G to 223,181,000
tons In 1900. Tho lorcgolng figures
will Inevitably eauso some diminution aro their own most eloquent heralds.
of business in spots, even If ilia I HUNUY CLKVV3.
anJ Company a creJItor r aa'4 Inle.ta e rratith
that teller, of adm . titration upon laid e late be
If.uej en Cltirlr. I'll. MM, n.tlce l n.re-v e ven
tulMOND Y the ). h J.y r.l MJ'TbHllfcll. A.D.
t4 t. at ic o'i otk am be an I hereby appoint
ed lot h'ar.n i.U re Uinn In the Court sonnt nl
thlt our. at Honolulu, at Hhltli time anJ place all
prrin. i nc rnea may app ar in. inowcauie ii
an th-y have, why fali ptlltlon ihsuU not b.
il.no u'u, Aucu.t -t. pit
lly Ihe Cru-l I
t.t-.tAuguil al Sept 4.1.. .8 Cleitc.
IS THE Clwri'lT COURT OF THE FIRST
C'rull rll ry ol Ifauall. Minnie Merrill vt
LoelW Merrill lymmett. llio-, M.mpi ) The
Ter It -TV t lU.all Tu the Mljh Mienll ol Ihe
Teuli.ryof ll.ttali, or lit. D put) the Sh-r II ol th.
ItlanJ nl al. ". e.r hit Depul , l t'e Teullory t.l
Hjwail You art-1 ultima Jej 10 lumnton trrn VV
v. rill. I) fenjrnt In tate !. 1I.1II 11 e urlt en amwer
. llo n tvienlv ava all r lervl.e hereo. to be anJ an-
r. r lelnf the Slii Cl'i Utt Coutt at tl. Autru.t T.tm
Iti4'e t, I l. liiilJeo at Honolulu, lit jr i nl Hal. 1 , n
Wi nlav, thu till 4.y ot 'ueuii neat. a. ten .. c ck a
m 11 ihowca lie th the claim ot Mln-le etrill,
plalntilt, ihi.14 no be awarJei to lir purtuantlu
th rn rot her an tx & .bet I rl Ivorre
aniyou are .mtier comman,eJ lo ..tJ hate yoi
treo there 111! Will lih full tetutn utauurpro
Wl'new Hon A S HumWi en I irl
tv. 1,1 JulK- ol The C lrct.ll Court cf the i tril
1U) , ,rcu jh llonu ulu t)4hj,tlilirJJa ol
juiy, ign ,
(MIIM.UI J A THOVM'-.OV Clt.k
I cerlilv t e foregoing lo te a Iruocopy ol llie 1 rir
Inal lummn In 1.IJ cau e ani Hut 14IJ Coutt
orJ.red ruD icatlon of the a.m. an4 a continuame
nl ttalj cauie until November Te.tn, 1401 of thl.
Daiet Honolulu, Oah 1, A. ruit6, 1910
igiuAuir T.i..al..l, te I 4,11
Hy virtue of an Order Issued out ef
tnu Circuit Court of the First Judicial
Circuit, Hon. (Seorgo 1). ficar. presid
ing, in n cause at Chambers entitled
Adelaide Schllef ct al. versus Joseph
Clarke et in , Kqulty Division, NumliT
1208, Hie undersigned will sell nt Pub-lie-
Auction m thu highest bidder, sub
Jeet to confirmation by said Court,
ON SATURDAY, SEPT. 14, 1901,
At 12 O'clock Noon,
At tho maul.a entrance to tho Judlci
ury Untitling, In said Honolulu, Ouhu,
tnu following descrlbm lands and tho
Imprnvcintnts thereon, to wit:
1. That ccitaln plccq or parcel ot
land sltuat" on tho N. K. corner or
King nnd Puncnbowt Streets, In Hono
lulu, Oahu, Territory or Hawaii, ami
bounded nnd described as follows:
Commencing at North corner and
South 20 East 75 links along hco-
Snutii 48 311' West 3S9 links alou,;
liana llaallllo's; thence
Nortn li" West 37 links along King
Street: theme i
North 42 Hast 342 links along
Punchbowl street; thence to place ol
commence ment, area 1-5 ncro, Tho
same being 11. P. C70.i of L. C. A. 2f5
to ilonokaupu, ami being tho samo
convened to tho saltl Joseph I.azaius
by .Mrs. .). K. r'yfo ami O. K. l'V'-
her husbiuiil, ns per deeii elated N.v.
3nl, 18SJ, nml recuided In I.lbcr 81,
2, Ilo nl Patent (Irant Number 35115.
'Hint certain piccu or parcel or land
sltuato nt tho south Slope of Pun li
bowl iilll, Honolulu, Inland of Oahu,
and elefierlhcd as follows: Lot No. &J.'.
Ileglnnliig at n point on mntika sldo
of Klnau Street and 200 tt. Westcrlv
from Iron pin nt West anglo of Hoaid-
inan b premises, thenco tnu boundary
runs by truo bearings:
N. 21- 12' H. 280 ft. nlong lots &0J
8. 81 31' W. 115 5-100 along I.uuv
S. 21- 12' W. 229 along Lot 501;
S. Ob" 48' H. 100 along Klnau St. 'o
Alca 23750 sq. ft.
3. Two lots No. 117 and No. 118 ou
Ilerctaulu Street, being lots or pnrci's
ot land described in lloyal Patent No.
281. uud described ns follows:
Commencing nt thu makal South
coiner of Lot No. 11C IT. Motcalfs)
South 78 In' Hast 200 ft. clou:
Punchbowl nnd Palaco Walk Street,
lu bam Honolulu, described as fol
lows Apaun 1. Commencing at a point os
Punchbowl Street; being North corner
of P.i.nio Wall, onel Punchbowl Street,
which is .ie South West corner of
this lot, thenco
Ninth 43 r.ast 9G chains alosj;
Punchbowl reft, thenco
North IT West 3.17 cilmlns along lot
of Kelllahoniii: thenco
South 37 West 1.09 chains alewe
ro eminent to Pnlaco Walk alone lat
of Ktenili, thenco along samo to place
of commencemnt. Area. 1 rood 1
perches It. P. No. 4511 L. C. A. 278 ta
5. That piece or parcel of land at
thu West corner of Maunakea and lu
n.ilil Streets. Lot "It" nnd lxt "C".
Ileginning nt n point on tuc Nortii
West Blebl or Maunakea Street tS.t
feet makal of the corner of PauaU
Street and running
S. 57" 10' W. Truo 01.5 IL alonj; 1U
N. 32 30' W. Truo 42.0 ft. along .Mi
Ha ICalinl lot,
N. 57' 10' H. 'into C2.0 ft. alois
S 32' 22' H True 42 0 fL along Fire
Department lot to tho Initial lnt asd
containing an area of 2590 squarefetrl.
'lhls lot Is leased to l.nu Cnong at in
per month, which lease will expire n
the 1st eln of Mny, 1908.
ij. Also the undivided Interest otbo
Into Jot-eph Lazarus in and to ti
certain pieces or parcels of land filtr
ated in tho D.slnct ot liana, isloniiaf
Maul, described as follows:
1. Thnt certain piece sltuato at fO
poliuo and conveed to O. Keakaulilitl
nnu J. ivIlinKa by deed recorded in th
Hegister of Deeds In Honolulu It
Hook 78 on pages 351 and 355 arcs
acquired 7 acres.
2. Thnt portion of tho Abuunaa (C
.Siiolea conveyed to said Q. iCtaJiat
lalvvl nnd -I. Kiliaka by deed record i
In said Itegtster Hook 78 on pages 35.
and 331. area acquired 25 acres.
3 I hat portion of tho lllalna of "Rim-
II conve.vcti to said O. Koakaulsiwt an
J, Klllal.a by deed recorded In said
Hegister lu Hook 78 on pages 35: aad
353. area acquired 21 ncrea.
Ml of said pieces of land being tko
snme tint weio conveed to Josepn
Lnzarus h) 1). Toomey oy deed dateci
April 0, ISJt:, nnd recorded in Booi.
15S on pare 298. nnd now under lea.
to the nanioa Plantation, said lease is
expire on .March 19, l'Jut.
rcrms of snlo nro ensh In U. S. C!o!i
oln, that ten llOTi) per cent of th-a
amount be paid on tho day of sale, nod
tlietls nt expense oi purchasers. For
further particulars. enquire of tho ur
ilersigneei nt his ofllco In said Judicat
Dated Honolulu, Oahu, August U,
1901. J. A. THOMPSON.
THE HAWAIIAN LABOR BUREAU
Will engngu laboiers in the Hawallax
Islands and furnish them to planta
jtloni, indlvldunls, llrms or torpor-,
ittons. Will undertnko contract work;
nnd furnish experienced and reliable
mauka Bticet to West corner ot !-"t contractors. Ordeis promptly al
No. 119 (It. II. Howlln'a), thenco 'tended
North 11 45' Hast 150 tt. nlong Iit Telephone 230 Main.
No. 119 to Its manna North corner.
North 78" 15' West 200 tt. to maimi
li corner of Lot .No lid. thenco
South 11 4a West 150 ft. along Lit
No. 11t5 to pinre of commencement
containing 83J miliums nnd 12 ft. mora
or less. Less what has slnco been
deedetl to tho wife. (This lot Is on 'In
Walklkl sldo ot lot now occupied by
Mrs. A. L .king.)
4. That certain piece or parcel o!
land sltuato at the mauka corner of
P. O. box S77.
Temporal y ofllco. bpreckela llulll-
Ing ltoom 11 l-'ort street, Honolulu.
A new and rauy plan 5nd hUfaBi
aU and arad f If I su m K.-irvJsF a
rrt-ttj Piece of t;(.l.ll'lt4iJrtAcrnr. Wr!teat.-n.
cmt Beoh Co Boi 38, iialifUla. H CiftJltmU .