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.EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, It. T., FRIDAY, SEPT. 13, 1801
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Ltnei of Travel.
Ocaanic Steamship Company
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FltOM SAN FRANCISCO.' port SAN FRANCISCO.
VENTURA SEPT. 18 ALAMEDA SEPT. 11
ALAMEDA SEPT. 28. SIERRA SEPT. 17
H1ERRA OCT. 9 SONOMA OCT. 8
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SONOMA OCT. 30 VENTURA OCT. 29
ALAMEDA .., NOV. 9 'ALAMEDA NOV. 13
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road from Ban Francisco to all points In the United States, and from Now
York by any steamship line to all Eumpean ports.
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leave this pert on or about the date below mentioned.
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, SEPT. 19
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nnd calling at Victoria, 11." C. Honolulu and llrlsbaue, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about th dat- below htat.-d. Viz..
From Vancouver anu Victoria, B. C. t- rom Sydney and Brisbane.
The Hawaiian Realty and
Maturity Co., Ltd.
General Agents for
The New Hampshire Fire Insurance
r- of Manchester, N. H.
ASSETS $3,367,026 27
Dealers In Ileal Estate, Loans, Mort
gages and Etc.
Omce. 32 King St.,
Over Castle & Cooke's.
Phohc, Main 141. P. O. Uox, 262.
IS II FAST W
At last a boat has arrived which
will make the little Myrtle look to her
colors to keep the championship pen
riant of the third-class yachts. Th.i
new skipjack, Hlhlmanu, launched on
Monday, had horc Initial spin Wednes
day and more than came up to tho ex
pcctntlons or her owne,r. The new
boat has not yet been properly ballast
ed and trimmed, nor do her sails set
as well as they will when permanently
bent on. Ry the end of the week, how
ever, she will be ready to meet all
comers in her class, and some of the
small fry which 'at the present tlma
have things about their own way will
havu to take a back seat.
Tho Hihlmanu's strong point is In
running, although on tho wind and
close hauled she shows remarkable
speed. Thursday the sloop Vl-Kc
went along with the new boat as pace
maker, but had to take paco Instead
of make it. bhe was outpointed In
every way by tho new boatj Over ths
thlnl-class course the Ilihlmanu
should be at least three-quarters of ail
hour faster than Prince David's boat.
How the new boat will stack up with
tho Myrtle remains to bu seen. It Is
anticipated that when the Hlhlmaim
Is In proper trim the little Australian
racing machine will nave a rival
against which she will have to do her
best to win out.
Instruments Filed for Record Septem
ber 12, 1901.
S. M. Damon W, C. Achi U
A. C. Lovekln W. C. Acht I..
W. C. Achl . . Thoen L.
T. Thoenc ond hush, German He-
neolcnt Society Mt'-J.
Honolulu Iron Works Tal Chong
T. Tread ay. tr. P. Manuel .....D.
P. Manuel Chas. Lucas . .......I).
W. K. Kalmola L. Ahlo ..D
0. W. Pf outer 11. C. Hold et a..
Instruments Filed for Record Septem
ber 13, 1901.
C. J. Roberts and wife Coyne-
Mehrten Furn. Co CM.
S. Hall S. Smith ,.D.
1. Testa Pang Lum Mow et al L.
E. K. Mehrten Lee Chu L
(For Hrlsbaut; and Sydney.)
(For Victoria and Vancouver, II, O.)
AORANOI SEPT. 25
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada, United Statcx and
Kuropo. For Freleht and Pasxngi. r.nd all general InformaUon, upply to
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American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
NSW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
S.S. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons. Sailed.
6. S.HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to call to sail Oct. 15.
3. 8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, sailed from NEW YORK June 16; will
tad at PUQET 80UND about SEPT. 1 for HAWAIIAN P0RT8.
Krclsht received at Company's wharf. 42pd Street, South Brooklyn, at
all times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. M0R8B,
General Freight Aoent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
msct-i. jimeggggi ii i i m m-i
Nigel Jackson, arrested on the
charge of using threatening language
toward II. M. Ayrcs of the Advertiser,
appeared In the Police Court Thurs
day. He pleaded guilty to the charge.
saying he was a llttlo tho worse for
liquor when he approached Ayrcs.
Judge Wilcox placed tho defendant tin
der bond In the sum of $50 to keep tha
peaco toward Ayres for one year. Iu
doing this, ho advised Jackson to bo
very careful how he approached u
newspaper sanctum as It was hard to
teli what might ho waiting there for a
man. A revolver o. a knife might bo
handy by and again there might be a
"roast" In the next Issue of tho paper
Recorded August 29, 1901.
Tr. Austin Estate to E. O. Hall A
Son, Ltd.; release; three leaseholds,
Honolulu. Oahti; 310,000. Rook 221,
page 115. Dated August 26, 1901.
Recorded August 30, 1901
Sin Wo Cheong to i.am Kam Chin
power of attorney; general powers of
attorney. Rook 224, page 312. Dated
July 22. 1901.
M. llookano and husband to Emilia
Macfarlanc; deed; R. P. 6943, Kill.
8U23. Ap. 3, Walklkl-kal, Honotiil-i.
Oahu; 32.000. Rook 225, page 230.
Dated August 30, 1901.
M. da 0. Corrvlra and husband '.n
C. llrewer & Co, Ltd.; Ex. D.; Apt.
1 and 2. It. P. 3223. rTul. 32T3F, Wal-
elm, Maul. Dook 225, page 25S. Dated
June 1!, 1901.
C. Rrewer & Co., Ltd., to M. da u.
Correlra and husband; Ex. D.; por
tion Kill. 5228, Mahclc 1, Walluku.
Maul. Dook 225, page 259.
T. Mctcalf to F. Godfrey; trUBlco
deed; real, personal and mixed prop
erty In Territory of Hawaii; $1. Hook
3. page 237. Dated August sir. lsrni.
M. P. Robinson to Ewa, Plantatlou
Co.; right of way; for portable trade
across road from Hoaeae ranch to Ho
aeae station; 50. Dook 224, page 317.
Dated August 3, 19l.
C. Hrown, tr., to C. C. Rhodes; i-
lease; lot ... Pawaa tract. Honolulu,
Oahu; fl.ooo. uook iuc, page wi.
Dated August 30, 1901.
Recorded Auaust 31. 1901
J. R. Gaspar tod wife to E. da
Sllva; mortgage: lots G. 7. 8, nnd ?.
i.ock 11. Villa Franca. Hllo. Hawaii;
$900. 2 years with Interest. Book 227,
page 45. Dated August 28. 1901.
J. B. Castle to Wong l.eong; re.
lease; leaseholds, live stock, cio-x,
etc., Kallua. Koolaupoko. Oahu; J9.&C0,
Rook 117, page 313. Dated August V).
W. F. Allen, tr.. to : release:
R. Ps. 2140. 213S. A920. '-923, 13H3 and
550il and pieces land. Kallua. Koolau
pono, Oahu: $3,000. Hook ISO, pagu
132. Dated 'August 30. 19'H.
Hlshop & Co. to Wong I.eong; re
lease; portions R. Ps. 414, 35IC and
345B, Kallhl, Honolulu. Oahu, Grant
2S0I. Ap. 2. and R. P. C5S7. Kul. fi.
Kallua, Koolaupoko. Oahu. portion Ap.
Z. Kul. 725, Kamakela, Honolulu. Oa
hu, portion Km. 6263. LUIha street.
Honolulu, Oahu; $6,000. Rook 190,
pago 74. Dated August .30, 1901.
FlrBt Hank of Hllo to J. V. Smith;
nrslgnment of lease; three acios Ian .,
Ponahawal. Hllo, Hawaii; 35. Rook
228, page 43. Dat-d August 29, 19H.
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r At the entrance
to the Famous
lao Vallev, and
easy access to
volcano In the
World. . .
A. T. HACHNKAMP. Mwnnc-ep
for Tourists and
ISLAND OF MAUI.
Several Valuable Pieces
3. I lint portion of the lllatna of Kor
II conveyeu to said G. Kcakaulalwl nnd
J. Klllaka by deed recorded In said
Register In Hook 78 on pages 352 and
353, nrea acquired 21 acres.
All of paid pieces of land being1 tha
same that were conveyed to Josepn
Lazarus by 1). Toomey liy deed dated
April , 18K nnd recorded In Hook
158 nn par,i 298, nnd now under lea.'o
to the nnmoa Plantation, said loaso to
expire on March 18, 1904.
Terms dr sale aro cash In U. S. Ooli
coin, that ten (10 ,) per cent of tin
amount be paid on the day of sate, and
deeds at expense ot purchasers. For
further particulars, enquire of the un
dersigned at his office In said Judici
Dated Honolulu, Oahu, August IS,
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago
Only FOUR DATS to rvew xorc
Pullman Palace Sleeper. Buffet, Smok.
log and Library Care, with Darbei
Shop and Pleasant Reading Room.
Dining Cars (Meals.a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Slceperi!.
3. H. LOTHROP, General Auent.
13S Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No, 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
. U LOMAX, G. P. & T. A..
1472 Omaha, Nebrabka.
Honolulu Rapid Transit
and Land Company.
School Children's Tickets
Half-fare school children's tickets
rrny bo purchased from thu conductors
YOU CAN DO IT HOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai,
MINIMUM RATE 18 $2.
Ry virtue of an Order Issued out pf
the Circuit Court or tho First Judicial
Circuit, Hon. George D. Gear, presid
ing. In a cause at Chambers entitled
Adelaide Schllef ct al. versus Joseph
Clarke ct al., Equity Division, Number
1208, the undersigned will sell at Pub
lic Auction 10 tho highest bidder, sub
ject to confirmation by said Court,
ON SATURDAY, SEPT. 14, 1901,
At 12 O'clock Noon,
At tho matikn entrance to tho Judici
ary IliiiMlng. In said Honolulu, Oahu,
tne following described lands and tho
Improvements thereon, to wit:
1. That certain piece or parcel of
land ultuato on tho N. E. corner of
King and Puncnbowl Streets, in Hono
lulu, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, and
bounded and described as follows:
Commencing at North corner and
South 29' East T5 links along Kco
Soutn 18 30' West 389 links nlon
liana Haalllio's; thence
Nortn 67 West 37 links along King
North 42 East 3(2 links along
Punchbowl street: thenco to place o:
commencement, area 1-5 acre. The
same being II. P. 5705 of L. C. A. 215
to Honokaupu, and being the samo
com eyed to the said Joseph Lazarus
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
8ALE OF REAL ESTATE.
The undersigned. M. A. Gonsalvcs.
as administrator of the estate of A.
C Pestana, deceased, by virtue of nn
order made and Issued by the Hon
orable (leo'rge I), Gear, Second Judge
of the Clr ult Court of the First Cir
cuit. Territory of Hawaii, in Probate,
at Chambers, authorlilng and licens
ing the said administrator to sell ad
the real estnto belonging to the said
estate, lu-reby gives notice that ne
will sell nt public auction, to the high
est bidder, at the salesroom of Jamen
I'. Morgan, No. 05 Queen street, in Ho
nolulu. Island of Oahu, Territory of
llnwall. on Saturday, the 28th day of
September, A. D. 1901. at 12 o'clock
noon, nil of that parcel of land with
improvements thereon situate In Ho
nolulu afoiesnld, nnd popularly de
That certain lot or parcel of land
bounded maukn by home of John Ou
derklrk, Walklkl. by property of W.
II. Hooks makal, by Enos lane, and
Ewa by Maklkl street, lying opposite
to property of W. Llshman and It.
I.lshman. nnd particularly described
ns follows, to wit:
All of that certain parcel of land sit-
IN TH6 CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST CIR
rcult. Territory of Hin In Probate. At Cham.
bcr In the mtir of th Eiutc of Jm Hut
chine, of Honolu u oahu. J camJ, inteiute.
The petition anj ac ountt of the aim nlitrator of the
eitate ot sIJ JeceawjJ whertln he aiks that his ac
counts be examined and aprrovt 4 and that a final
eric be mde 6f distribution of the property re
mililnr'ln his hads to rersont thereto entitled, and
discharging Mm r m all further rern-lbillty as
Kit aaminitiraKr navm mis oay even mea;
Nnilit U herery give tlut MONDAY, the o(h Jay
LI llTt Uulb A ll .-. .iTI klM.u-t, . .1
in tii.1 I aMi' iv n i'i i4iif m iiTif ti'ivn tut1
CJiamters In the Court Houstf. at Houolulu, be and
Boielili Office, 315 Fort St.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for your message
such administrator having this day been hied;
nt SLPTLMHhk. A I'. tit, Jt TLNoVlrick itn.il
the ijinelwrrK' l arpolnttJ as the time and place
fur licarlnKMld ptitln ml arcoun's. and that all
prron Inttrektrd may then and thrre appear and
hw causi. If any they hie, why the saire should
n'it W granted
Ihtnoiuiu, uaiiu, Aur M ""
J. A THOMPSON.
Holmes & Slanle attnrrcys for the AJmlntstrator.
mm iil-Aui-, tj. . .6.11
Notice to Creditors.
The undersigned lialna; been duly appointed exe
futilx of thi w It of the lata Paat i.um -nn ot Ho
nolulu, Uland of Oahu, de eaJ, notl e Is herety
Blvcn to an persons to present ttieir cuimsagansi
the eate of said Paul he rrwnn. deccatel, fully
authenticated, wnetner sreurej ry morieitr u otner-
Hisc. to in njf rs gnea ai me um;e or messrs.
Ha ch and Sllllman, Rorrr.s )Ji 6 Stan enwaid
Bu ltdi ir. Honolulu. hI thin months from the
date liereo. or they will be forevvt barred. 'and all
persons Indebted to said estate are hereby requeued
to mike Immediate payment tithe uiJi signed.
uateJ Honolulu, aukus ii, 19 1.
Executrtx of the will of Paul Neumann, deceased,
ig.4t A-jg. 1;. : ipt 0, 11. to
IRE Flllti M
uate on the east side of Maklkl street
by Mrs. 1). K. Vyte and 1). K. Vyt-i, in Honolulu. Island of Oahu, fronting
her husband, as per dvea dateil isov. nil reel on said Maklkl street, witu ,-v
Srd, 1883, and recorded In Liber ?, depth of 170 feet, being a portion of
pages 101-lUa. Iloyal Patent No. 6035! and containing
I . Koyai t'ttieui urnni .miiuur ouv. " n m unuui . .," miiaiv ,
In lint o-rlsln nu-ri nr narcel of land and being the same premises convcyod
iHltuate at tho bouth Slope of I'unc'.i-lo A. C. I'estana by tho following
bowl Hill, Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
and described as follows: Lot No. 502.
Beginning at a point on mauka sldo
Hawaiian Tramway's Tine
fait, Ukv Walklkl for town at it. C is. tu A.M
iJv-rv ii minutis thereafter tt I 10 at. IttH and
nail'M. trm Wa klkl go to the Punabou btatlcs.
Cars Itav-R Range or Pawaa switch tor town at
s'ltA.w. and every tj minmesinereaiwriiii n orr.n
rsv i.iw rnri and Klnr? streets comer for Palama
aioio a.m. and every if minutes after till ii:s
Cars leave let PaUma nly at 5 and l")o A.M
Cars leave Palama for Walmkl s 41 A M. and ever)
.. -ImiLM DM n n P M . th ft at to.lt and 10 it P.
TheintPH from Palama tor Punahou only goes
Cars leiiM f-ort aitd Mnc snteis wmc i iui m
Rarge at y.to and co A.M.
CarHene I ort and KliiLMtTeetstormrfor Walklkl
at6sA.H.andeveiyMmlnuti-8 till ioojp.m then at
to.it and ii "SM. IniiijsFM goes to Walklkl
UERETAMA hTRCHT AND PVUANU VALLEY,
Car Irae Punahou StiH t. Ton at y.y and
m Town and Valley at s 40 5 S ao6ao and
TCarsleavr OahJ Ccllege fortowi. id Valley at
6 10 6 o -nd t io A.M and ever) io mt,. tes till 10.10
p..ecpttheten hour and halt, hour cars which
run from the Mabl , .
Carsleavr Nuuanu Valley at fr'io C.jo 6.jo A.M and
tvery io minutes ihettaner till io wl'.H.
.' . . .. . r . .J rt n i.ii Int Piinihnu
tark i iuii mu wji -
Cotkg at C 0$ 6 f as a M and every io minutes
Notice to Creditors.
ISTATI' OF LILIA HAAHtO KANIU WAll'.
All crei'lurs ot LlIU Haaheo K'anlu Walpa are
hereby notified to present thiirclalirs. dult authen
ticated, and with the proper uuihers. II any exist,
even It the claim Is secured bv moitgage upon real
estate to me at my office at 19 S. King M . H "ol .Iu.
Territory ot Hawaii. It suth claims be not present
ed mI in slJt months from the dale of nlsnotke
they shall be forever bi r-d Lllla Haahto Kanlu
Walpa sometives connact'd debts under tne name of
Kanlu Lumahe'hel and ah suchdeMs will be barred
If not jresented to me within sad time
LYLU A. DICKEY
AdmlcUtrator of the estate of Lllla naahio
)9 b. King St , Honolulu, August si. qu,
ig.at-Aug, e, ft f btp.6,ij. n p
Notice to Creditors.
The Nippon Maru from the Orient ar
rived yesterday with many through
passengers for San Frinctsco and a
large freight and over 100 Jupaneiu! la
borers for this jort. For :hc flrst fjur
days out of Yokohama extremely
rough weather and head .vlnds er4
encountered but en tho fifth lUy the
sea nnd wind moderated und thenco
to port n moi: cnjojnble trip was ex
perienced. Of the vessel's passengers for this
port Captain J. V. ltcnny 's a brother
of Captain W. C. w. Kenny, the st-ve
dore. Ho comes here to engage in
business with his brother; hating glv
en up his position as master In the
Nippon Yusen Knislu Co. to locate
Of the through passengers V. U.
Dates Is a civil engineer on his way
borne to London. He is accompaniid
by his wife and child. Hon. C. H.
Dietrich, United States Senator from
Nebraska, Is with his daughter com
pleting a tour of the world. J. V. Era
ser of the IlrltUh Indian Civil Service,
II K. Hall a mining expert, who has
been In Korea Inspecting mining prop
cities for an Eastern syndicate; J. V.
N, Muntho of tho Chinese customs ser
vice; A. W. Hettlg the traveling repre
sentative of the American Whisky
Trust, accompanied by his wife; W,
Iloblnson of the wholesale Arm of J. J.
Hohlnson & Co., of los Angeles, Cal.,
has been around the world; M. A. Sere
brenlk. of the Itusstan diplomatic ser
vice, comes from Port Arthur; J.
Shlnobu of the Japanese legation at
Seoul. Korea. Many German army ufll
cers are returning home liy way of the
United States. Among them nre Ilaron
ot Klnau t)treet and 209 It. Westerly
from Iron pin at west angle or Hoar!
man's premises, thoncc tne boundary
runs by truo hearings:
N. 21' 12' I-;. 2SU ft. along lots i)UJ
S. 81 31' W. 113 5-100 along I.unv
8. 21 12' W. 225 along Lot 501;
S. 68 18" K. 100 along Klnau St. to
Area 2550 sq. ft.
3. Two lots No. 117 and No. 118 on
Iteretanla Street, being lots or parci's
of land described In Itojal Patent No.
281, and described as follows:
Commencing nt thu makal South
corner of Lot No. 110 IT. Mctcalfs)
deeds, to wit:
Deed of Manuel Kno. dated Septem
ber 10th. 1888, and recorded In liber
112. page 244.
Deed of J. S. Mattos. dated Septem
ber 10th, 1888. and recorded In llb-r
112. page 215.
A portion of the land described in
the deed of J. S. Mattos. dated Julr
IMh, 18M, and recorded In liber 13.
All recorded In the ofllco of ths
Registrar of Conveyances In Honolulu
Said sale being subect to confirma
tion of the said Conn.
Terms i ash In U. 8. Oold Coin.
Deed at tho cxpenso of tho pur
dined. I' or further Information npply tn the
undersigned administrator, or at the
ofllce of said James K. Morgan.
Dated nt Honolulu. Sept. 11th. 1901.
M. A. OONHAI.VKH.
South 78 13' Hast 200 ft. alouit .Administrator of the Kstate of A. C.
mauka Btreet to West corner of l't
No. 119 (U. II. Kowlln's), thenco
North 11 15' Kast 15U rt. along Lot
No. H'J to Its Minima North corner,
North 78- 15 West 2W) It. to maima
K. corner of I,ot No. 110. thenco
South 11 -lb West 150 ft. along Mt
No. 11U to placo of commencement,
containing 833 lathoms and 12 ft. mora
or less. Less what has since been
deeded to the wife. (This lot Is on thj
Walklkl sldo of lot now occupied by
Mrs. A. I. .King.)
4. That certain pleco or parcel o
land situate at tho mauka corner of
Punchbowl and Palace Walk Streets,
1 1) said Honolulu, described as fol
lows: Apana 1, Commencing at a point on
Piinchlmwi Street; being North corner
of I'a.acc Wall; ami Punchbowl Street,
which is ..io South West corner of
this lot. thenco
North 13" Kast 90 chains along
Punchbowl treet; thenco
North 41 West 3.1V chains along lot
of Kelllahnnui: thenco
South 37 West 1.09 chains nloug
1, M. I.ONO.
Attorii"y for Administrator.
THE HAWAIIAN LABOR BUREAU
Uorch and Count Hnrdenbvrg, both government to Palaco Walk along lot
members of tho German nobility, of Trench; thenco along same to placo
TUB UNDEIISIGNKD, W. K. AZ
bill, hereby gives notlco that ho hns
been appointed administrator of thu
estnto of Charles Itoesch, lato of Ho
nolulu, deceased. All creditors or cam
deceased aro notified to present their
claims duly authenticated and with
proper vouchers If any exist, whether
secured by moitgage or otherwise, nt
tho (Juoen Hotel, In Honolulu, within
The Maru will sail fur San Francisco
at 3 o'clock this ufternoon.
six months from this date, or they will nt the time.
DISOBKUIfcs I IMATIVb GIKL.
Sarah K. Kapaonn appeared In the
Police Court this forenoon on thd
charge of disobedience to her parents,
both of whom were In tho court room
.., ww --: ... .K.. mnnnv's ntllCO (tf III! 0 45 P.M. AIM.r tlut III. Cr lUH to ID.
. 1.....1 .ij Th.-kt. 11 ho good ir...vr..,.kic,.i.i .;..,. m
-' . . .. ira. iimik wt .jM. . ..,,-
O R. & L. Co.
.... ll.nnl utruf
for tho transportation r;.F -drnn
up to 17 years of ago in goliu
to and coming trom sehwil, botween
tho hours of 7:::o and 9-K0 a. in., and
1 nnd 2:30 p. ni. on ngiilar school
- C. C. .Salient) ne.
IfiUS-lm .Mgr. II. It- V. A U Co.
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
Kimn nnd nfter January 1, 1899.
STATIONS I'VIY I'AII V
(Cljl.jtJi n..Sim tiAUY ri. Min nliy)llV
A.M, A.M. A t. I'.M lM.
Honolulu ? io t K 105 i, J'lo
Pmii Cm t i v. ii m ;:
Mill. til 1018 ' '"
WaltnJC ... io y. III ..
W.lllui ll i
Kiliuku ... .. it l !
KiluLu I IS - i'
Wiiilm .w -.. -
Wilaita. i io .. i I!
Iwi.MIII . .,, o f,4t on 4, -a
PrailLll) . ... f.M So) l 0 a.i
Hon .lulu . !: .. il J-i
bo forovcr barred, and all persons In'
debted to said estato of Chattel
Hocsclr aro requested to mako Imme
diate payment to tho undersigned.
w. K, AZ111I.1-,
Administrator of Charles itoesch, de
ceased. Honolulu, Sept. 10, 1901. 1938-Jt
When aBked what she had to bay,
Sarah replied that sho had been very
cruelly treated by her mother. Sho
had not only been growled at, but sha
had been refused food. The mother, a
very respectable Hawaiian woman,
said sho had refused her daughter food
on account of rank disobedience Af-
of commencemnt. Area 1 rood 10
perches It. P. No. 1514 L. C. A. 278 to
5. That pleco or parcel of land at
tho West corner of Maunakea and Ph-
uahl Streets, I.ot "II" and Lot "C".
Ueglnnlng at a point on tne North
West sldo of Mnunakea Street 35.0
feet makal of tho corner of Pauahl
Street and running
S. 57 in' W. Truu Cl.G ft. along Mn
N. 32" 50' W. Truo 42.0 ft. along Ma
lta Kahal lot.
N. 57 10' C. 'iruo C2.0 ft. aloig
8, 32 22' K. Truo 42.0 ft. along Flro
Department lot to tho Initial paint nnd
containing nn area of 2690 squarofeoi.
This lot Is leased to l.au Cnong nt f X.
per month, which lease will expire on
Will engage laborers in tho Hawaiian
Islands nnd tarnish them to planta
tions, Individuals, Arms or corpora
tions. Will undertake contract work
and furnish experienced and rcllahlo
contractors. Orders promptly at
Telephone 230 Main. P. O. box 877.
Temporary ofllce, Spreckols Hull J-
Ing, Iloom 11, Kort street, Honolulu.
THE HAWAIIAN LABOR BUREAU
Will engage laborers In the Hawaiian
Inlands and furnish them tn planta
tions, Individuals, firms or corpora
tions, Will undertake contract work
and furnish experienced nnd reliable
continetois. 'Orders promptly aU
Telephone 23d Main. P. O. box 877
Ofllce room 307, Judd building. I'ort
street, Honolulu. 1924-lm
All bills ognlnst tho Department of
Public Works or any Ilureau thereo'
for purchase of materials or suppll"
must be presented at tno ofllce of th
Superintendent of Public Works not
Inter than tho fifth day of the suc
ceeding month to ensure prompt and
early attention to the same.
JA8. II. IIOYI),
Supt. of Public Works.
Tho Evening Bulletin, 75 cent per V C. SMITH, Gen'l PasK. fi Ticket Agt.
oith. I"' ' '3-N'"3ON, Hupeilntemleut
At the nnnual meeting of the Ket
On Kul Kon Association hold on tho
7th day of September. A. D. 1901, tha
lollowlng poisons were elected to
servo for tho ensuing year:
Chong Meo Hlng, President.
1). L. Akwal, Vlco President.
Wm. II. Crawford, Secretary,
Kl Chong, Treasurer.
Dated, Honolulu, Sopt. 10. 1901.
WM. II. CllAWKOrtD,
tn alia. I, n,1 minlaltmf lint- anfll.lniil !.'.
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food was offered tne girl but she refus-. AUo ,' ,lnm'vUCll ,D.rCBt 0f ho
ed to eat. nto jnuep), j.nzanm in nnd to tho.ie
Judgo Wilcox advised Sarah to re-1 cortan pieces or parcels of land sltti
turn to her parcnta nnd quit washing aCj n tho D.stnct of liana, uland of
the breakfast d'stics in tno water con-1 Maul, described us follows:
talner, ono of the things for which her 1. That certnln pleco sltuato nt Ka-
leather ha! pi'-'-ed her She refus- pohuo and conveyed to (l. Keauauialwi
ed at flrst but. wlirn Imprisonment was aim J. .vllian by deed recorded In tho
pionilsed, n r-'n t -nt yes was given.
The trio w'lr the inughter fol
lowing with lagging footsteps
Judge W"r v cviewlm tho case,
said ho hrllrvrd the whole troublo to
Heglstcr of Deeds ill Honolulu In
Ilnok 78 on pages 351 nnd 355 area
acquired 7J acres.
2. That portion of thu Ahupuna of
Nuoloa conveyed to said 0. Kcakiiu-
lalwl and J. Kilmku by deed recorded
be an attentr -n tho part of somo par- n said lleglBtorJlook 78 on pages 35 J
tics to entice the girl away from home, 'and 354, area acquired 25 acres.
H. HackfeicU Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu,
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobber.
European and American Dry Goods,
i Fort and Queen 8ts.
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