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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., TUESDAY, SETT. 17, 1901.
Ocsanic Steamship Company
I TIME TABLE
The simmers of tills lint- will airlvc
?nOM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
vbntuha sum-, is siEiuiA sept, n
AIJVMIMU SR1T. 2S KONOMA OCT. 8
SIERRA OC1". 8 ALAMHDA OCT. 23
ALAMEDA OCT. 19 VENTIJIJV OCT. 29
SONOMA OCT. 30 ALAMEDA NOV. 13
ALAMEDA NOV. 9
Loral iloat. lx)Cttl lloat.
In connection with the sailing of the
pnrc-d to Issue, to Intending passenger, toiipoti throuph tickets by any rail.
, road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
York by any steamship line to nil European port.
FOR Kill! HER PARTICULARS AI'I'LY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kfcen Kaisha
Steamer of the aoove eompanlei will call at Honolulu and
leave thla port on or about the date below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
CHINA SEPT. 19 PERU SEPT. 21
" " )
FOR QENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
H. HACKFIBLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mall
Steamer of the aboti line. rimnlnK In runmitlnn wit., the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. uotwin am inner 11. (, nnd Sydney. N.8.W.,
Hnd calling nt Vlitortii. II. C. Honolulu nnd llrisbane. nru DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the duteit below Ktitud, i..:
From Vancouver an- Victoria, B. C. h rom Sydney and Brisbane.
(rjr llrisbane. and S)ilitc).)
TlirouKh Ticket Untied from Honolulu to Can-idu, t'nlti'd States and
Europe. Fur Krelght unit l'nssige i.ud nil genrul Information, apply to
Tlieo. H.Dav!eRJVCo..Ltrf.. ficn'l Aoenta.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
5. S.AMERICAN, 8,000 tons. Silled.
6. S.HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail
8. 8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons,
fcad at PUQET SOUND about SEPT.
Freight received at Company h wnarr, tznti Htxoei, sown urooKiya, at
all times. For further, particular, apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
i i mm ina ill i
ACR08S 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 Sleepera. Buffet, Smok.
Ing and Library Curs, with Harber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms,
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-caite).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullmau Ordinary Sleepers.
J. II. LOTIIROP? General Agent.
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon,
HITCHCOCK. Oenirul Agent.
o. 1 Montgomery St..?an rniuclsto.
, LOMAX. O. P. & T. A.,
' 1472 Omaha. Nebraska,
Honolulu Rapid Transit
aid Land Company.
School Children's Tickets
llall-farii hchool ihlldreiis 111 kits
ir bo purchiiM'rt Horn the lonductors
on tho eiiri, or nt the ciimp.ui.vV owe
nn Alapal stieet. Theo will he good
lor tho transportation of i-ilniol ihll
den up to 17 enr of age In gollU
to mid coming Irom m'IiihiI. between
the bourn nf '.'M nnd H'8" - u- and
1 and 2 Co p. in on regular i-ihool
C C. Liallentyne.
lt.iS-lm Mgr Ji It i A. I. Co,
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
The evening Bulletin,
nnl leavo thlu port ns In reimdor:
above nli'nini.r. ihn hl- nia nn. unv.
(For Victoria and Vnnumvi
r. H. U
to aall Oct. 15.
sailed from NEW YORK June 16; will
1 for HAWAIIAN PORT8.
YOU CAN DO IT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
. TELEGRAPH COMPANY
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 93.
Beiolnli Office, 315 Fort St.
TBI., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for our message
If desired. v
Hawaiian Tramway's Tine
CaTUaveWlklktfortownats4S.6 if. 64s a m
tnirvtfv 15 minute tiwrtifter tl I 10 4f. njn nJ
njtH H, from W klkl go tithe Putuhou Stables.
Car lirR Ranee or I'awaa twitch lor town at
1 jja m. an J every n minute thereafter till n of.n
Cart leatr I rt and King ttreets corner tor I'alama
at'iv A . n4 evrrj ij nlnutcs afttr till 1115
Car tea for raunra nniv at ana j )o a m.
tatkletvePaUTafor alkkl9 it A m anJ every
1 minutH till a .1 1 M . then at iu 11 and 10 a P.H
thenivf m fromPatama lor INinahou only got
LinuitD i-urt anj Kins urecti corner roi mi
Ranr Jit j 90 n X v A.
Car lffv r rt and Klnp itrceii corner for Walklkl
at 6 ej A . ti d every $, minute till iooP,M then at
o y and 11.' 1 f n, n ii;jj r.n gwiiniii
HERETAMA STREET AND IMJUANU VALLLV,
Can leave Punihou Stable t. Town at I W and
f r Town and Valley at 3 40 5 50 6 4i t and
Cart leave O-hjCrlltpe for tow,, id Valley at
t v C 50 and t 10 A m and ever) 10 mil. tes till 10 10
I m excrrl the even hour and half, hour can whkh
run irom tne -Jiao'e,
CaitlaveNuuanu Valtey at 6 to 6 10 6 joA.H and
every 10 win j tes thereafter till w ju p
uats leave rort ana v"cn kiiccii iur runuou
Collejeat O05 6 jj 6 49 A M and every 10 minutes
after till 0 4pm. After that the cart run 1 1 tint
Stable up to it jom.m, which Isthelastcar from Town,
reaching U Statle at it )o KM.
R. & L. Co.
Prom and ufter Jununry 1, 1809.
,TAriCNS IHIIY I1AIIY
(Oul.Jll) M Sun lIIV el Sun IMILV IIIMV
AM AM. A,M I'M I'M
Hnilulu ." 'l li -J Ml !
Cull City I S ll 40 II J
I Mill . !l " "" ' l " '
VV.Iinj ,. 10 ii 4 45
W li'uj . lilt .... Ill
Kj'iuku ... li M - II
ilnij) tn ull. iivin imiv uviu
AM A.M I'M I'M
Kimku . . .... sn ""
Wilitua .... . M
VVlUnar t io J II
I wi Mill V " ll l M 4 '
I'.'jiI i.ny on Sol m 4 i
rMiolUu " ' '"I
T ('. SMITH. (lun'I I'ass. k Tlil.et Aat
'U. I. lii:NISON, auperlntendcnt
The Hawaiian Realty and
Maturity Co., Ltd.
General Agenti for
The New Hampthlre Fire Insurance
f"- of Manchester, N. H.
ASSETS $3,367,026 27
Dealers In Real Estate, Loans, Mort
gages and Etc.
Office. 32 Kins St..
Over Castle S. Cooko'a.
Phone, Main 111. P.
O. Box, 262.
IT 1MY RUNAWAY
It was Charles B. Wilson who caught
tbe runaway livery stable horse that
.Han Saba top had nut on Sunday. Mr.
Wilson heard the racket nulla In his
bouse, nnd tunning out found the
horse standing still. When the buggy
went to smash against a telephone pole
the horse stopped and turned Its bend
nround to survey the ruin. Mr. Wilson
and D. Da) ton, who happened along,
found a hitching ropo In tho bugs),
with which they secured (be horse un
til someone mine nftpr It an hour and
a half later.
The story given to a morning papa
yesterday was untrue in more than ope
particular. Sabatc did not fasten the
horse before making his rail on a
friend, as evidenced by the finding of
the hitching rope In the wrecked
buggy and no halter, broken or whole,
upon the horse's neck. Neither did
the young 'man pursue, catch and se
cure the horse when It ran twav. lie
did not show himself up in the h:m'
at the supreme moment when he might
have made himself a hero.
Mr. Wilson feels tndlgnint our iffe
false report of the runivva) nnd thinks
on .vn..l. ... till - I " ' llll UIIU WIH 1U 4IUU1I
an example ought In In imde of anjr.Mi.,atoi mortgage; lots L 5 and .!.
who nuns an recjiiesn vviiii nnrsc-s in
the streets ns did the porso.i response
Me ror this runaway-, with Its distinc
tion of propci ty ar.d menace to life rnd
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located in the Famous Coallnjja Oil
Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, romplotely sur
rounded by ns rich oil producing wells
as there arc In the State, jloldlng from
50, to 210 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil nt tho Coal-
'".. cH". " "" i'" irei.
1th twenty (ho producing wells of
lOo hatreds each per day, jou tun
make 5 our own calculation ns to
The oil Industry of California Is Ir.
Us Infancy, et many fortuues have
been made by Judicious and lucky In
vestments in oil stock. Many more
will bo nmdo in tho near future. '
The average advance on original
sales of oil stock In twenty leading
companies In California has been
from II to $108 per share.
Oil lands have advanced from 11.23
to $1,000 and $2,000 per aero.
When tho Pacini- Union Oil Corn
pan) has a number of producing wells
on Its property. Its stock will have
tho samo show for even a greater ad
vance, ns some oil stock has advanced
from $1 to $l,."fl0 per share.
Tho Pacific Union Oil Company h.o
no salaried omcers, and Is controlled
by well known gentlemen of Integrity
who will seo tnnt the money derived
from tho sale of stoik will bo legiti
mately applied to tbe development of
For further Information, apply to I.
11. PISHi:il & CO.. Stock and llouil
Utokers. and Hawaiian agents for tho
salo of a limited amount of Pailfir
Union Oil Company stock Stangon
wald building. Men bant street.
THE FIGURE YVRONC
In the report of J. A. Mugoon's nns
wci In the Pance spendthrift case, tbu
weekly allowance to tho spendthrift
should have been printed ns $12, not
$1. Again, the land lately leaned ut
$75 a month formctly jlrlilcil $3.'o a
jcar, not $30.
Those who appreciate the
class of photographic work
MISS CAROLINE HaSKINS
are cordially invited to inspect
specimen of her skill in her
reception room at the rear of
KING BROS.' -
Art Stoie and
120 Hotel St.
II. Uaekfcld S. Co. wnc cateidaj
afternoon awardid the lontraet fot
lumber supplies to tbe Department of
Public Works. Allen & Robinson's
bid was about $1000 luntu, but leijolr
fil four months time against 43 das
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tako Laxatlvo llromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tho money If It
tails to cur. h. WXlrovo's signature
Is on each bo. 23 cents.
Notlio Is heieb given that tho un
dcislglied have on Uth day of Sep
temher, A I). 1001, lormed a lopnu
neishlp under the nanio and stjlo of
thi IMoncer Advertising Co . doing bus
luef8 nt suite 7, Model block. Hollo
lulu, T, II.
'I'll (i niture ol snld business being
lho lairying on of ceneul nd eitlauirf
under tho ninmgomeiil of Ch.is II
(Signed) f!i:0 A UOWAHIVJIl.
ci ias. it. ruA'.ir.u
Honolulu. Sept. 1. IDOL 19U2t
Instruments Filed for Record Septem
ber 16, 1901.
1st Party. 2d Party Clasi.
S. Kokl II, Hackfebl & Co. .. I..
I. am Iloo Chin Lin Hong & Co... I.
M. .1 tie (Jouvela II. de Palva... I.
M. I Cabral et al. Hank of Hawaii
A. S Wlleox-Sec Tnl Wnl Co. .. L
Chuck Nam Chuck l.eong Al
Jas. Armstrong L L. ..icCandless.l).
Instruments Filed for Record Septem
ber 17, 1901.
J. Kimlnlnm nnd wire iKnmnln) I
M. Knalahua O
Abulia W. It. Castlu D.
Mele I'll ct al. Dai lit L. Peteison. .M.
T. V. Lansing Territory of Hawaii
Alalia L. Hoffman Jose Carrelra..
Keola Julia llookaaku I).
Hookaaku and wife Alary E. Foster
Hookaaku Mary E. Foster D.
Ailnir. Estate of W. II. Cummlngs
J. P. Mendonca L.
Territory of Hawaii T. F. I.nnslng
W. t.Acht IdnStaikloff
Recorded Sept. 6, 1901.
Alan Pong Dak to Kong Kim. hill
of sale; one sixth Interest In firm Sam
Wo Wnl Co.. nt Wall.ele. Ewa. Oalm.
$110 Hook 2JI, page 313, Dated Au
gust 7. 11HI1.
Y. Anln to Tung .Jung et al.: re
letup, three leaseholds, live stock, etc,
Katlhl and Alnnon valleys. Honolulu,
Oabu: $7i)0. Hook 193. page 173.
(liar. Lansing & Co., to J. Oswnld
Lutted: release: leasehold, stock, etc.
New England ll.il.or. Hotel street.
Honolulu, Oabu; l,Sin. Hook 199,
page 2-2.". Dated August 17, iUOI.
A. V. dear to Addle L. Lutted;
lease; plcie land. Reach road. Watklkl,
Honolulu, Oabu; 45 1-2 years nt (280
Hook 228. pagu tin. Dated August 28.
Htshop & Co. to Woodlawn Dairy
StoiK Co; release; leaseholds, live
stock, etc.. Alanoa and Pnuoa nllcH,
Honolulu, Oahu: 18 Hook I0S.
page 322. Dated July 17. 1901.
Eliza Dunbar and husband to (Idn.
of Eric, R. J. Oay; mortgage: portion
Kul. logon, Peleuln. Honolulu. Oahu:
$21100. 2 j ears ai 8 per cent. Hook 22ii.
I page 367. Dated Septenuier 3. 1901
tti..H. -.i . ir t4,...
block 4. Niiunnu trnrt. Honolulu. Ov
j ears at 8 per cent. Hook
tu. Dated September J,
Admr. Kstatn Maria Jones to V I..
Decoto; lease: two buildings. Main
street, Ijilmlnu. Maui, in veais at $12
per month. Hook 228, pngo Gl. Date I
August 2S. 1901.
An Wo to See Leo Co.: assignment
of lease; pleie laud. King street. Ho
nolulu. Oahu: Ji;,.n. nook 22S. naae
12. Dated Dei ember 28. 190(1.
to ; mortgage: one-
nrth Interest In Ap. 1. It. P. 107.1. Kill.
11144, Knalanluna. Honolulu. Oahu:
$10. Hook 228, page 3J2. Dated April
Recorded Sept. 7, 1901.
Loo Chit Sam to II. Hackreld &
Co, Ltd.; mortage: portion R. P.
iai7i. Motcalf and Hcekwlth streets,
Honolulu. Oahu, lensehold, Walalne.
Oahu; $2,000. at 8 per cent, due Octo
ber 1. 19nt. Hook 227, page 07. Dated
April II, 19111.
M. J. Montano and husband, A.
A., to fldn. of Freda Oa; mortgage;
portion Grant 32. Manoa. Honolulu,
Unnu; fixun, a years at 8 per renc.
Hook 22tt, pago 354. Dated September
Annie Knahanul to Nupepa; release;
piece land. Kapalama, Honolulu, Oa
hu; $55. Hook 21ri, page HO. Dated
September 7. 1901.
L. L. McCnndless to Clear, (.anslng
k Co.; release; Grant 34lio. Klniu
street, etc.. Honolulu. Oa)iu: flO.DOil.
Rook 180, page 2.i7. Dated September
Hawaiian Fruit & Plant. Co. Ltd.
to Honolulu l'lantntlnn Co.: assign
inent of lease; leasehold, two pleies
land, Pearl Cltv. Hwa. Oahu. $1u0rt
Hook 228. pago t,3. Dated Dei ember
Varlu I) Cummlngs, by attorney,
to W .1 White, lot 77 nnd piece laud,
Pnwan, Puliation. Honolulu, Oahu,
$1100. Hook 2J1. page II Dated An
gust Ki. 1901.
Joseph K.ih.ioKamokii to T. Aw.i-
nit, lease; portion R, P, 1201, Omiio
Ilo 8 and 9, Kuln. Maul. I. yeais ut
$11. Hook 228, pago 1,9. Dated An
giitt 21, 1901.
The Manila Times of Feb. 20 speaks
US follows of the Lilliputians that open
In the Opera House tomorrow evening:
The I'ollurd Lilliputian Opera Com
pull) linve been pla)lug for the past
two months to now ded houses, nnd to
sa that the company Is the elcveiest
uggregutlon of children on the stage.
would not be doing Jnsuic to them,
forever) member of the compnn) from
ii to 12 years of age Is un artist In every
sense of the word, und the word clever
Is not strong enough to depict the
talent for the stage with which they
Ilvcry (hlld tnkis delight In Ills or
hci work unil seems to eujo) their pei
fuinunius fully ns miidi ns their de
lighted uudlemes. Home of tile ehll
diep have iimurkahle vohrs, and
every one of them Is a finished artist,
aud I feel ussuied they would piovo a
rplelidld ntti.ietlon wheinver the
might nppe.ir. Tliej have iiiptmed tbu
lie, u Is of ever) theatergoer fiom Aus
tralia to India unil India to Japan, und
thill magnificent success In .Manila In
view of the almost total fallmo of
every other aggregation that has ever
attempted to show here, Is evidence nf
two facts that the Amcrlcuns In Ma
nllu uio not unuppreclutlvo
tulcnt. and the lompiny's stay beie In
Manila will lemaln fresh In the mem
ory of the public of Manila for )cars to
The owners of the great pctiolium
wills In Texas cannot provide either
suflli lent tiansportation or storage for
theli produit, I'ntll they shall get
completed pipe lines to tulewatei they
v. Ill bo vety much In the piedleament
of the fclltiA who had tho tiger by Hi"
tail 'I he) uie neither In a position ol
tiifit) uoi (initio! Philadelphia Kco
IMCMCI! iiLl CTHIC CO.,
020 M'-ket M S P
ttvk v'tiiTAnr I'lcrecS I lee- ,
R? , AgtrlcHiid) linttvry
ilFjFWLlJ&;r- Uivii S.n4(ir Uon!
OtLJAr " IMPO
A. T. HAOfiNKAMP. Mnnnfler,
FEDERAL (Of ME
Judge Kbtee mingled ginger with a
ruling In the 1'c.irl Harbor land ion
damnation pioccedlngs estcrddy In
tbe I nlted Stales District Court. As
picvlousty reported the ncarlng was on
1 motion of the United States Govern
men to strike out of the answers of
icspoudcnts the claim to the right of
tilal b Jurj.
Messrs Halrd and Dunne had two
Ktoiimls to present In support of the
inottun. One v. as the ttchnkat ground
that the claim In question, ns It np
piared In the answer, was Irrelevant
und redundant. The other was the
main Issue of the right of respondents
to trial by Jury.
Judge Kstee at the outset asked
lounsel If the desired to argue tho
technlral and the fundamental qucs-
tlons both together. Eac 1 side agreed
to such dual argument. I
Mr. Hatch conclude.! speaking
against the motion after covering both
points nnd Mr. Dunne was about to
reply on the main Issue, when tho
conrt asked Mr. Hatch If It was under-
stood that the whole matter relative
to trial by jury should he submitted
at that timp.
Mr. Hatch Intimated that he reserv-
cd the right of renewing the. main
question after the technical rolnt a1i
Judge Kstee then ruled that the en- "" nln " IL'flZ Pi , H c"eiil
., ., u , . , , , "' A. C. Pestnna by tho following
tire question would be taken under nd deeds, to wit:
vlsement. s,ilng- "I do not sit here i),.f', r Mn'nuel Knos. dated Septem
as a moot court. You nrc under no her Kith, 1888, and reiorded In liber
obligation to make a reply, Mr. 112. l'aite 241.
Dunne" i Deed of J. S Mattos. dated Septem-
. , . ber 10th. 18SS. and n corded In lllnr
111 Mi SHOP
., , , ,,,.,, , ... ' Said sale being subect to conflnm
The Cleveland Plain Dealer has th-i ,,m or ,. Hatl rm1.
following to say regarding the trip of Terms rnsh In V. 8. Gold Coin,
the transport Thomas lately here with Deed nt the expense of the pur
six hundred teachers en route to Ma- chaser.
Dllt. For further Information apply to tho
WedneMlav -There arc 000 teachers '"JPllir!!;''1 lho
a. , r, nfltro 01 Bftiu James r. MorRan.
aboard, 160 of them women. Som j are ,JaplI at Honou. S(,pt. nth. ISO I.
meri ulrlw other are merely ftJrllnlr. I m OelfvaAI,VKH.
All are bound for tho Philippines
Many of them, no doubt would be gla 1 1
to touch at the port of ui'.trlracr.y on
Iuc "") ,.
Thursda Ih".v l -:iO',Dtng gilu
on ever) where all uvcr tbe boat.
tbe haiuUomest mcj arc In grcit dc
mand. One fine looking fellow from
Cleveland, In ordr to ctcapc from the
tittciittons of six Huston ipln'iliis,
tpends most of his time. In the fore
top. It Isn't nt all eomfortahl'i up
theie. but be sjjs be prefers it.
Krldii) 1'lrst engagement annoiin.
rd He Is Just out of eoltegu ami 2,1
Bin- It, a I'ortlagd scboolmu'am upd S"
The example seems to be contngloiis,
three moie engagements wire nn
Huiiiucd b noon,
Satuidav Captain savs he won't
work the ship unless the spoonirs get
out of the wnv. The captain is not a
sentimental person. All the Bailors
go iiiiind with broad grins on their
faces. It is supposed to conic from
biarlng so muih lovey-dovey talk. The
hos'n Is the only one of them that
keeps a sour fate. It Is said that ha
has been married four times. The en
gagement loll now numbers eleven. '
Sujida) This was a day of rest for
ever body except the spooncrs. Tho
steward sa)s he don't care how much
love making the), do on board. It Is
great saving to him. Those who are
the deepest In love don't enre to cat. I
Nineteen engagements to date.
Mondn) The captain sajs there Is
nn use talking, the serenade business
has got to stop. The sailors can't hear
the orders because of the lovn songs.
Theie's a Chlingo school nni'nm with n
mandolin, which makes life miserable,
foi ever)bod. She sings the saddest
love songs evtrv night until 12 o'clmlc.
The enptaln savs he will either put
her In Irons oi teed her to tho shark.
1 went) -four engagements up to G
TuiMlay Thlity-four couples peti
tioned the inptnln todiy to permit
them to ho murrled on board. He said
hu'd be Jammed If he would. Ho wm
ordered to carry over to tho I'lilllp
pirns a lot of salaried school teachers,
and he meant to do his duty. Hn
wasn't running any floating tootsle
- , wootsle shop, and he wanted them to
oi gooa.know It. The kind of knots he wan
tnteiehted In were the kind that a ship,
Is expected to cmourage. He said n
iui iiiuie nnoui iiiosi ut iiiem oeiug oiq
enough to know better and the Mast
rbusetts girls didn't liko It one bit.
The thlity couples have agreed to get
mairlcd ns soon us they get to llonn.
lulu, but the others have reluctantly
concluded to wait till tiny git to Mil-
I gv'lhc liisett tush watei lain Is Luke
. Sii,ieilot ,.' uuO siiuarc miles oi luvily
iil'r-lulf the bizi of MlsbOiul
PI j Oji i non rolronooi
firm ly fur tU iiurrtia
Wbltm. u ii ii m in r ul tl.
I rfiarn, nr kut luriin.nn.
1 lho, Irrlutim ir ulcir '
I r.aa.i.1 mstklia IlOil II I I II C It II 111 Fit
nr iit in (lain wrufiwr,
ly ex priii, i rrptii I, tut
fieri, ur 3 I. tile. 5t
Circular icnl uu rwu.jt.
jlVlt Ittl dtr.
I 1. c.3 i. 3
At the entrance
to the Famous
lao Vallev. and
easy access to
volcano In the
for Tourists aod
ISLAND OF .MAUI.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATORS
8ALE OF REAL ESTATE.
The undersigned, M A. (Innsnlrcs,
ni ndmlnlstrntor of tho estnte of A.
C. Pcstnna. diceased, by virtue of nn
order made nnd Issued b the Hon
orable Oeorge II. Oenr. Second Judge
or the Circuit Court of the First Cir
cuit. Territory of Hawaii, In Prohat",
nt Chambers, nutliortzlng and licens
ing the said ndmlnlstrntor to sell ail
the renl estate belonging to tho said
estate, hereby gives notice that ne
will sell at public auction to the high
esi bidder, at the salesroom of James
F. Morgan. No. 8S ijueen street. In Ho
nolulu. Island of Oahu. Territory of
Hawaii, on Saturday, tho 28th day of
Heptemoer, A. 11. 19m, at 12 o clock
noon, nil of that narrel nf land with
improvements thereon situate In !!
nolnlu aforesaid, and popularly de-
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11. iioo,,, makli; bv 'Knns ,.. ,
Ia by Maklkl street, lying opposlto
to property of W. Llshman and K.
Llshman. and particularly described
nB .?,,l1.?' !" 't:,
',"'"' J."t 1?' 7,,'? "? " ;
I(n llnmilnlll. Ialnn,l nt n'nhii rrr,nll r
41 feet on snld Maklkl street, with i
depth of 170 feet, being a portion of
Ro)al Patent No !03;. nnd containing
lnn nrt'n "' n''OUt 22.89f squaru feet.
112. page 243.
A portion of the land described in
the deed of J. S. Mattos, dated July
18th. 1893. and recorded In llher 135.
All recorded In the office of tins
Registrar of Convejances In Honolulu
I Administrator of the Rstato of A. C.
I. M. LONO.
vuorii-y lur Aiuninisiraior.
I 1939 13t
THE HAWAIIAN LABOR BUREAU
Will ing.ige laborers In the Hawaiian
Islands and furnish them to plnnfi
tlous Individuals, firms or corpora
tlons. Will undertake, contract work
and furnish experienced and rellnhlo
lontrnitois Orders piomptly nt
tended, Teleivlione 230 Mnln I' O. box S77.
OIIUh room 3n7, Judd building. Kurt
street. Honolulu. 1924-llil
An article whkh his Minj severe
tests and which an be furnlthej
as wanted, In tooJ condition.
Sample can be seen
at the store of
Lewers & Cooke,
Hole Ajjcntn. A
t J. D. Jewett
j. j. WILLIAMS
M DKlUirtC: r C (
' aCJIIlllJp IT VU
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Gocds.
Fort and Queen Sti.
H. Hackfeid & Co., Ltd,
Gcncial Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
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