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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., THURSDAY, SEPT. 19, 1901.
Line of Travel,
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leaui tbla port ns hereunder:
PIIOM SAN rRANCISCO,
AMMl'IU .. SUIT. 28
SIERRA OCT. J
ALAMEDA OCT. 19
SONOMA OCT. 30
ALAMEDA NOV. 9
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
, OCT. 2.1
, OCT. 29
In connection with the Railing of the nbove steamers, tlm agents aro pro
pared to lssue to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets hy any rail
road from San Francisco to all point In the United State, and from Now
York by any steamship line to nil European port.
KOR Fl'UIIIKIl PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm,"G. Irwin & Go., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamer of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the date below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOR SAN FRANCISCO
I ; II .'."!!'!! . .V.V.V.V.V.V.V. ."."."."."."" IIIIIIII.r.I".'.V..'.V".V.".- II"
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. S. S. CO.
3 H. HACKFIBLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of the nhoe line, running In connettlon wlt.i tin. CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between viilu-e.nver It. O.. nnd Sydney, N.8.W.,
nnd calling at Victoria. II. (.'.. Honolulu and llrlshant-. are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below slated, lz .
From Vancouver anu Victoria, B. 0. t-rom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Hrlsbane and Sidney.)
Vnueouvei II 0 )
ThrouKh Tl( kt t Issued from Honolulu to Canada, Unit, d Stateie and
Europe. Tor Freight and Passage Mtd all general Information, apply to
Theo. H.DaviC8frCo.,Ltd., Gcri'l Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S; Co,
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast
I Vs. AMERICAN, 6,000 ton, Sailed.
. 8. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 ton, to aall to sail Oct. 15.
S.S. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, alled from NEW YORK June 16; will
fcad at PUGET SOUND about SEPT. 1 for HAWAIIAN PORTS.
1'relght rc-c-elied at Company1 wharf. 42nd Street, South llrooklyn, at
nil times. For further ptrtliulnrt-. apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
The Hawaiian Realty and
Maturity Co., Ltd.
Oeneral Agents for
The New Hampshire Fire Insurance
of Manchester, N. H.
ASSETS $3,367,026 27
Dealers In Ileal Estate, Loans,
gages and Etc.
Office, 32 King St.,
Over Castle & Cooke's.
Phone, Main HI. P. O. llox, 202.
Vancouver, 1). I', Sept. 9- Mormon
missionaries arc meeting with pop"!ir
nulmoslty ns well as Interference by
the ruthnritlcs In .inrnn. a fPW C1J3
previous to the sailing of the Menu"
Tartar fiom Yokohama thrm Mormon
missionaries who were holding an open
air meeting were mobbed and driven
from the tillages of the Japanese with
whom they were working. In another
place the feelings of the people hid
been so worked up, contrary to their
usual custom, that the police stopped
further meetings and gave the mission
nrles notice to leave for another town.
None of the missionaries who were
Concerned In either of these Incident
Long manifesto hac recently been
Issued In Japanese papers addressed to
the native population. In which the
people arc called upon to publicly meet
the missionaries. Newspaper com
ment and general opinion as expressed
through the papers. Is entirely against
the new faith being presented In vari
ous portions of the empire. The news
papers declare that the people pay
much less attention to this tcucliliu
than to the forms of religion reprei
sented by inrlous other denomination
nnd adil that this Is saving a gieat
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
, FROM PORTLAND.
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago
Only FOUR DAYS to New York,
Pullman Palace Sleepers Buffet, Smok-
Ins and Library Car, with Harbor
Shop nnd Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Car (Meals a-la-carto).
Free Reclining Chair.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
X H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
W. HITCHCOCK. Ocneral Agent.
No. 1 Montgomery St., San rrunclseo.
E. U LOMAX. G. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
YOU CAN DO IT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Island; of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 .
Instruments Filed for Record Septem
ber 18, 1901.
J. P. Makalnal O W Kualaku It.
S. Smith W. C. Aclil .
J. A. Magoon rs II. Wake nnd
A Ordway .1 A Magoon M
Instrument Filed for Record Septem
ber 19, 1901.
W H Yow ell Manuel Gomes L,
.Manuel Gomes Kona Sugar Co. .
Peter llarn Kona Sugar Co. . .. L.
I). Kupuka Kona Sugar Co. . ..L.
Kunlklo nnd Kazm la Kona Sugar
Wm, Kamatia Kona Sugar Co, L.
Antone Pachcco O M. Pedio, Jr. M.
Recorded Sept. 10, 1901.
James V Harvey and wife to Alia
McKeaguc; mortgage; portion Ap. 1
It. P. 218. Kill. lCfil). etc., Kaakopuu,
Honolulu. Onhu JIUOO, 2 years at
per cent. Hook 22", page 71. Duled
ay 23, 1901.
Alia McKengue to Fred. Wnldvogel,
assignment of mortgage; mortgage
Harvey on portion Ap. 1, It P. 2H
Kill. Kit'l, etc., Kaakiipu.i. Honolulu
Onhu. Iloiio, Rook 227, page 72 Dal
ed August. IDOL
Knmaka, by guardian, to T Awnni
leasu; piece land. Mallko, Maul; In
ears at $S per nnnum. lloolt '-'.'
page 71 Dated September 3. 19l.
.1 K Knunnmano to Ah Che-u,
lean', tbtee pieces land. Wnlplo. Ha
tuakua, Hawaii, 13 jc-irs at $tS0. Boole
22S. page 72. Dated August 19. 1901.
Sam P Mlo to Ah Chen, lease; II.
P 730S. Kill. 1U9I8 (portion). Walplo.
Hamaktia. Hnwnll; IG )ears at jr.
Hook 228. page 73. Dated August 2n,
Mis. .1 V. Kalwl to Lee Fy; lease:
Ile nrres land, llonokalanl, Haua,
Maul: 1I cars nt U0. Hook 228. page
74. Dated June 24, 19.,1.
Mell and husnand (Haul) to K. Na-
ken U; mortgage; 11. P. 30(13. Kill.
fiaiiD. Knllua. Koolauitpkn. Oahti; $12.'),
2 years at 10 per cent. Hook 227, page
74. Dated September 10, 19111.
At the entrance
to the Famous
lao Vallev, ani
easy access ti
volcano In the
WorU. - - - -
for Tourists and
ISLAND OF MAUI.
A. T. HAOUNKAMP. Mwnnpcr.
HENRY SMITH BRINOS
SUIT MM Mli
Located In the Famous Coallnga Oil
Field of California.
Proven oil lands, completely stir
rounded hy na rich oil-producing wells
as there arc In the State, yielding from
SO to 250 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at tho Coal
lnga wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With twenty-five producing wells of
100 barrels each per day, you can
make our own calculation as tu
The oil Industry or Uallfurnla Is in
its Infancy, jet many fortunes have
been made by Judicious and lucky In
vestments In oil stock. Many mora
will be made In the near futmc.
The average advance on original
sales t)f oil stock In twenty leadlms
companies in California has been
from $1 to 1108 per share.
Oil lands have advanced from 1.2o
to I1.D00 and $2,000 per ncre.
When the Pacific Union Oil Com
pany bus a number of producing wells
on its property. Its stock will hae
the same show for een n gi eater ad
tance, as some nil stock has advanced
from i to JI.DH0 per share.
Tho Pacific Union Oil Company .baa
no salaried ofllcers. and Is iontrolld
by well known gentlemen of Integilty
who will see tnat the money derlwd
fiom tho sale of stock will bo legiti
mately npplled to tho development of
for furl her Information, apply to .1.
II riKHKll & CO.. Stock and Uoml
lliokcrs, and llnwallnn agents for tho
sale of a limited amount of Pacific
Union Oil Company stock. Stangen
wabl building. Merchant stiect.
GAGD RELItVEB MARKET.
Washington. September 10. Secro
tary Uagc toda) sent too following
lelegiam to F. D. Tappen, chairman
of the Clearing House Association of
New York city. "Requesting tli.i
unavoidable Inlluente upon general
business affairs of a continued absorp
tion Into the public treasury of levt-
liuc; licond expenditure. I have (it
reeled that Incoming Internal ruvcnii"
receipts be placed with national bank
dc-iosltoilcs until a balance with each
is reached equal to the par value or
the bonds held ns sciurlty fiom such
depositories. This wilt divert about
f 5,inii,uo0 from the Treasury vaulti "
'I be following announcement wax
made today at the Treasury Depart
ment: 'The Secretary of the Treasury
hereby gives notlte that ho will 'e
eclve and consider proposals for the
sale to the Government, on account of
the sinking fond, of United States 1
per Gi bonds, loan of 1 908-191 S: 4
per cent bonds, funded loan of 1907: 4
per cent bonds, loan of 1925, nnd
per cent bonds, loan of 1904, to nn
amount not exceeding 120.000.000
The proposals should be submitted In
the Secretary liy letter or telegram
not later than Thursday, the 12th
Inst., any bonds accepted to be prompt
ly delivered at the United States Sub.
Treasury In New York, or to tlm
Treasury Department at Washington.
'The right to reject any or all pro
posals Is expressly reserved.
J "U J. MAnis. secretary."
Henry Smith, clerk of the Supremo
Couit. has brought suit against Muiy
A. S. Rose (widow) and Snnford II
Ilolc. Gov ci nor of the Territory of Ha
waii, to cancel a certain tleed. Com
plainant states among other things, tho
lliut he. for nianv joars last past ha
becti the owner In fee simple of that
certain tut on Fort street In Uonolilu
which begins at a point on the new
northwest line of Fort street. 43'l feet
maukj fiom the north comer of Vlr.i-
)ard stteet and running by true bear
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
8ALE OF REAL ESTATE.
The undersigned, M A llonsalves.
as administrator of the estate of A
C Pestana deceased bv vlrtue-of an
order made and Issued by the Hon
orable George II. Oe-ar. Sicond Judge
or the Circuit Court of tho First Cir
cuit. Territory of Hawaii, In Probate,
nt Chambers, authorizing and Miens
Ing the said administrator to sell eil
the real estate belonging to the said
estate, heieby gives notice that n
will sell at public miction, to the high
est bidder at the salesroom of Jam-
I. Morgan. No. 3 Queen street. In Ho
nolulu. Island of Uahu, Territory of
Hawaii, on Saturday, the 28th day of
Hoptcmuer, A. II. 1901. at 12 o'clock
Ings as shown on Government Survi.vs noon, all of that parcel of land with
tcglsteicd map No. 1707. improvements thereon sltua tn In Ho-
iwivnuiu, uuu I'UJHIIUli ur-
.....I.. I.. r f.i
fi. ...ll on mm .i t.. ,...,. iiiwimii uiuiesuiu.
mm .,ii ! , .. ...... .". ".... ..--ihoH
A. . IVC&V ,
ear prior thereto, Mary
was and now Is the owner In fee sim
ple of that lot llng alongslile .nid ma
kjl of the land of complainant and
forming a makal boundary tu tic same,
That certain lot or parcel of land
bounded mauka by home of John Ou
dcrklrk. Walklkl. by property of V.
11. I loops makal, by Lnos lane, and
Kwa by Makikl street, lying opposite
That on April 29, 1901. ami for many ,I..PI"R?rt' r x-, Jhman an.l It
,ears previous thereto, there existed n7foirows. to wit: ' ""'
and now exists In the city of Honolulu A of thnt rertaln parcel of land slt-
un open and public street oi highway (uate on the east side of Makikl strm-t
of the width of 10 feet, more or lets. In Honolulu, Island of Oabu. fronting
extending from the sea. makal to ' 141 feet on said Makikl street. lth s
School street, mauka. In Honolulu, ni.el ',.,,cl,,h. "r,,7, ftPtv!if,!nK n, Port' 'if
7 . ..' ' ' ,inf ltonl Patent No. C035. and contain ng
known as lort street; b-it nt a point f .
on this street 129 feet illstnnt mauka )IU1(1 .K ,)e Kaim, prom.H COnvey.4
from the mauka northwest comer of to A C Pestnna by tho following
Vlnevutd and Fort street, there exlit-ldceds. to wit:
ed nn Increased and Inegul.ir width1 Deeil of Manuel Hnos. dated Septem
of Fort street and as .i part tfceicbf, '",; l),h' J,R- ""' 'ccoided In llbcr
and abutting tho land of ...inpUlnant. r" j Mntt09i (lntoll .,.
Henry Smith, nnd responden'. Mary A l,)or 10thi 1SSR nm, rt,corii(Hi !n n,,.r
S. Rose nnd forming a portion of tin H2. page 245.
makal boundary of the land of Henry' A portion of the land described in
Smith and tho Walk'hl or southern the deed of J. S. Mattos. dated July
boundary of the land of Mary A. S. ' ,8t'1- 95. ""' recorded In liber 151.
lime and forming certain trlangularR'' ''(imM , ,h( o(nr(, of
,0'- . , ... Registrar of Conveyances In Honolulu
That all of this stret. elmlng nil of aforesalel.
said tlme-s was and now Is used by the , Said sale being subect to ronllrmi
ptibllc ns an open -end public stroll r.nd tlon or thei said Coutt.
highway but that lltU triangular pleee Terms cash In V 8. Gold Coin.
of land had by the Territory of Ha-' "" l " "Pn.- oi tn.. ,mr-
wall, for many cars prior to Apill :9. hor fllr,1Pr nrormatlon apply to the
1901. been vacated, abandons ami ills- iin,erHRne, administrator, or at lh
continued as a portion of Fort strce .office of said James F. Morgan.
and the Territory during i.ile. times. Dated at Honolulu. Sept. Uth. 1901.
and on April 29, 1901. held the title In I M. A. GON8LVKS.
fee simple to this piece of land a a """"""u. .,. i...- iir c . v..
' ...! i., ir.wil Pestann. deceased.
SCHLEY COURT READY.
HohoIiIi Office, 315 Fori St.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call fo: our mes'age
T. H. 1
Honolulu Rapid Transit
and Land Company.
School Children's Tickets
HnlMnree hi-hool clilldreus tlckefj
iray b. purthawd from the conductors
mi the earn, or at the comjvan h oIUco
.5n Alupal street. Th--' HI be good
lor tluOtninsportatlon of hdiool mil
Irt-n nn Ui 17 jenrh of nge In gom
to and coming fiom tehcd b-tween
,l,.. i.,.,im ..f 7..-1II and ft 30 a 111 . UP '
::30 p m
on regular school
Hawaiian Tramways Time
KINO STMtrr LINE,
r... !. W. Utile! for town il . it. 6 it. ( if A M.
tnJcvrrv n mlnul. f lh.etll.r U I m el. iilit 'ni
II 41 1- M. Iiom Wl klKl go HI IW l-un.nuu ai.vir.
Can Irava R Hpit or I'w ltcb lor town ert
ttA M. 4nJ .very is mlnutfttlitrtiflcrllll 11 UP.M
Can Iravt I on and Kin; tlmli cornet tor falama
att.io A t. and nt-rj n mlrutlf atttt nil n aj
'r.'.r. I.it tor Palama tnlv at and t WAS.
Can leave P.Uma lot Walk kfi at A M and every
tinlnuteatllUtie , trvnat o it and iojp.
The it tl l H lrom Palaoia lor pjnahou only oaa
Can Uae Fori and Klnc uta turner lol Rllle
Kane al 10 iand a y A M, .,,,,.,
Can leave Ion and Klnir alreeta corner lol Walkikl
t A , M. .nJ.wit it vr tnntt. till 1001P. M Itien al
to a and 11 V . TIi 11 u l M eoet lo Walklkl
r.r. I.iif I'utiih'.u Stable I. Te.wn al 1 10 and
lor f on and Valley at j o 5 jo n I t 40 7 and
'Canleive Clan I Colleee I, no, id Valley al
e:to 6 to and I u A.H and even tomn. 'ei till to 10
p t. except lhdem hour and halt, hour cars which
run lrom the Matle.
Can leave Nuuanu alle at f 10 6 10 6 30 A.M and
ery 10 mlnutet thttjatter till 10 50 1" M
Calk leava l-ort and Qjee" Mreeta tor Punahou
r.iiMnM s, , na , , ,. ,1 a m and everv 10 tnlnutea
1 alter till 11 P M. Alter that lha can lun hi the
, Stable ur to it sol,M,whUhlbttielaitcai from Town,
Ii.arhlnf the Stable all! eoP.M
O. R. & L. Co.
I'le.m and after Jnnuaiy 1, 1899.
lluffalo, Sept. 9. Vice Piesldenl
Roosevelt gave utterance to a senti
ment today that has caught the popu
lar fancy. Just after ho had left the
Mllburn mniiBlon this morning he was
accosted by a colored man who vva..
raking a lawn.
'Oovernor, may 1 siibko nanus witti
vnn-r" he Rtllfl.
. ...... ......1 i, ,
ou cenainiy maj. uubukivu i"
Vice l'lesldcnt. turning eiulclciy an.l
grasping his hand. aniL then, as two
laborers Willi dinner pans uuu nw
slipped up. he shook hands with them.
Ain't ou afraid of being shot.'"
asked one of the men.
"No. sir. he snnppeti inn, an'i 1
hope no official or this eountrv will
over bo afrnld. You men aie oui
ptotectlon. anil the, 10111 tieeu eioue 1111
the artcinoou of Friday will onlv
mal.o ou the more vlgoious In our
protection ot tne lives 01 inosu niww
ou elect to otllee Httcli men as tm
enn work with tuu ballot, the salv.t-
tlon of tho countrs. vvllhoiit icsnrt 10
Washington. Sept. II. All the mem
hern of the Sedile-y court of Inquiry aro
now In Washington. Itear Admiral
How (son the third member, arriving
last nig.'. Admiral Howlsumwns ex
tremely guarded In nnswerlng Inquir
ies respecting the court He snlel It
would not be proper to say anything
for publication in ndvante of tho
meeting ot the court as to his own
Intentions or the pinbablei lino of lie
tlon of tin- court, it waH evident,
however, that ho has not 111 any de
gree altered his resolution to seive as
a member of the couit II the other
members aceeiit bis own view as In
SAMPSON T. BL THERE.
Ni'W York. hept. 4. A special to I he
Sun riom Washington sas: It was
lenrned nt the Navy Department to
da) that Captain Lemly. Juilge Aeivo
cute lieneral or the Navy anil Judgo
Advocato of the Schley court, hail re
ceived n letter fiom Mrs. William T.
Sampson, elateel about a wee-Tc ago. In
which she said Admiral SampsouV
condition was Improving nnd that ho
wopld make every euort to appear it
the Schley Investigation. It Is bclloi-.
ed In naval circles that Sampson will
attend the session of the couit Kn
out regaid to tne effect tne cxpeilcnel
muy have upon His lieaitn.
portion of a continuous street In trust
for the people of the TeriMory and es
pecially In trust for the u; of the own
er of property abutting on and ad
joining the same, by reason of his
ownership of this land.
That In August. 1900, th& T"irltoiy
by Its offlcers. stakcel off and icstrvcd
I. M. LONO.
Attorney for Administrator.
Notice to Creditors.
The undersigned having bee-n duly
npiiolnted executors of thu estate ot
V, ,. U..11 (,f I IxtK.lnlii 0.ilii ilnmauA.1
a projecting troniirgc em rort - v,.r0,y Kw. m,tUu to u) persons ha-
aild the limit Of Hie compiainnni, I,,.,. , alln nt-nllist Mm eklnle nt the-
amounting to an area of l.0 square feet KUai Yeo Sen, dece-ase-d, to present th
and tho government of tho Territory rnnu. to him dill) authenticated and
thieatiiied then and now threatens to.vtitn proper vouchers. If 'nny exist,
condemn the same by Instituting pio- whether secured by moitgage or otb
cceillngs In eonileninntiim for that pur- erwlse. at the offlm of Andrews, Pe
pos(, ters u Atiiirniict ni ine ninngeniinaiq
That subsequent lo this time, the building, within six () months from
complalminl offered In compiomlse to'ibH"1. r "'' a'" ' ' '"
the government that certain projecting j ,,''','', ,,.,,..,...,.. ,,,. sth ,,
piece o. land llng along and fronting ,)!U"1 '"'"" S PL f";
on I "nit stieet. proposing 10 mfno . , ,,,. ,., .,. ,. ,., ,,,
C. C. tiallenlync.
S r m m Mgr n. n r l im
FOR ISLAND PORTS,
The Eyenlng Bulletin,
I wa Villi
hm.i ,'eaii ..
I a Mill
ex Vun iiaiiv
iun IIAIIY P4IIV
IHIIY llA.ll V DAIIV
A.M I' I' .
CIIINO FACTORY CLOHIiS.
San llernanllno, Sept. I The sugar
beet lactory at Cblno closed down
for tho aetiMin late last night, tnro
Ing over 400 men out of umplovmeuil,
and many of tho operators who are
(locking to this elty claim that thu.v
were let out without a uay'a notice.
The leport is cuirent hero thnt the
closing or tho factory Is the result 01
the wnr being waged against the su
gar-beet Interests by Spreckels, nnd In
onler to meet tne cut in me pneo 01
sugar tlm American Sugar Meet Com
pany, which controls tne factniy her..,
has determined to iiiuaii expeus"4
'Ihe buts hcio will ue shipped to Ox
The siipi'rlntendent ol tho Chlno
faetoiy states that the ractor wnu
clcihcd on ne count of thu beets ilpen
Ing loo slowl to supply tho demand,
but ns against this statement Is til"
inn that tho thousands of cattle ship
pen to Chlno to bo led pulp have bee n
increased by the nrrlval within tin
past low ilajn of hundieds ot head
which would not havo betn shipped In
had the company known u week ago
that tho lactory would close so shop
The September PorndUe.
Tor 11 cover piece the PaiadUc of the
Pacini' fin September has an ensruvlns
of the tiavelcr's palm. "Curiosities of
Iiin.i " one of the descriptive aitli'lcs,
has a beautiful picture of 11 hot spring.
An 111 tide 011 tho Ilos' Ililgade Is
(lticlv llliiistiated with several ruts. A
section of the Old Plantation Is all
other striking spicinicn ot thu pbto
ungr.tver's art. In subject matter and
,vpiigiaihv this number ot tho Paia
dlbc keeps well up to the standard eo
tabllhbtd b Its ptesent publishers. It
should be bought in hundreds by busi
ness houses and sent ubioud to aUm
"se tne lountiy
Ciodtrcy'H Nome Inserted.
Thomas Pitch for petitioner In Tho
mas Mctralf vs. John Kldwell has giv
en not Ice to llcibertson oc Wilder for
defendant that on I'rtday he will movn
to udd Prank Oodfre), truste-o for
Thomas Mctculf according to .1 trust
deed attached, as petitlonei In the ac
Hon. Slmllai notice is given In the
same plaintiffs suit against Antone J.
from flie government tho triangular
piece of land mentioned or in ease the
government preferred to give this tri
angular piece to Mary A. S. Hose, that
the complainant should receive rrom
her thiough the government In lieu
thereof, that crooked and Irregular
strip now abutting and I) Ing between
the makal boundary of complainant's
Intnl. The covcrnment was to deed and
quit elalm unto Slary A. S. Hose, the
That In October. 1900. the govern
mint 1II1I not. nor at any time after.
aicept or lefuso the offer. On Apill
29. 1901. Oovernor Dole fraudulently
and unlawfully and contrary to law
and the rights of the complainant,
gave, giunted. bargained, Mild and con
c)cd to Mary A. S. Hoso the triangu
lar piece of land mentioned nnd she
consplicd with (loveinor Dole In ac
cepting the deed.
Complainant prujs Judgment us follows:
1 That tlm court declare the deed
dated Am II 21. 1901. null and void
'.' That the deed bo elellvered up ror
3. That S.mford II. Dole or ills agent,
the Superintendent or Public Works,
be metered to postpono Ills condemna
tion proeerellngs until the adjustment
of tho claim of complaint ns nn abut
ter In compromise,
Andiews. Peters & Andrade for complainant.
Administrator of the Kstnte of
hell Dec eased.
I934 Sept. 5. 12. 19. Sii.
THE HAWAIIAN LABOR BUREAU
Will engage laborers In the Hawaiian
Islands and furnish them to planta
tions, Individuals, firms or corpora
tlons. Will undertake contract work
and furnish experienced and rellablo
contractors. Orders promptly at
tended. Telephone 230 Main. P. O. box 87.
Offlco room 3uT, Judd building, foil
street. Honolulu 1921-lm
cental per r C SMITH. On'l Pass. A: Tlciiei aji.
0. P. I)i;.N'lSON, Superintendent
The Evening bulletin,
75 cents per
Uio A. Davis jeoterday took the
uith us Ikput) Attoiuu) (HueiaJ fm
the I'list Judicial Circuit before Jmlgi
n tun ay
Or Plcrce'i Lice-
-J Ual.'-J.' .IJfclaw
(JFlj i'V 't ' IVU
awawr w: wr-mi : -- rrz 1 iwavr a ...iih ri.,,. 1 .
;:()I- lll!ltCUie.UCTitlC CO.,
620 .Yl'-ket St., b
Those who appreciate the
class of photographic work
MISS CAROLINE HaSKINS
are cordially invited to inspect
specimens of her skill in her
reception room at the rear of
Art Snie ana
. 120 Hotel St.
ItcBli.n!d ill 'inks tho famous polo
p, bier Is fall ly matched lu daring
hoiaeiinnsblp by Miss PhvlIU Lang
homo, whom alio Is tu marry. She Is
n:.e of the best eicihh country riders
'fiom ole V glnny " New York World.
An article which has stood severe
tests, and u hlch jn be furnlslicd
as uanttJ, In good condition.
Sample can be seen
at the store of
Lewers & Cooke.
Hole Agent. A
J. D. Jewett J
.. J. WILLIAMS