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Ocsanic Steamship Company
The steamers of thin lino wilt arrive nn. leave this port ax hereunder:
" BASS tUA!iilSCO.
ALAMKDA snpr R
- iMHI,ll, QQ'J- j9
SONOMA OCT. 30
AMMI.DA jov. 9
In COnneftlrm will. V.A cl.i .
.,.,, ,A i.. ,",', ji "" '" "1 "" steamers, mo agents aro pre-
l f to.,t'",llDR papnKHrH. coupon through tickets by any rail-
York i,? v . JTT.1'".? ,0 n" ,,ol,ltB ln thp Unlt""' s,atr''. """I '" Now
York l) any Btenmshlp line to all European porta.
FOR Ft'imiEII PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
- GENERAL AQENT8 OCEANIC 9. 8. CO.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
oicmcr. oi me aoove companies will call at Honolulu and
leave thlt port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION
H. H4CKFI6LO &
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of the nbevt line, running In connection wlt.i the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, II C, and Sydney, N.H.vV.,
nnd calling at Victoria II. C, llonoinlii unci llricbain-, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or alioul th dates b. low stated, viz.:
from Vancouver jiw Victoria, B. C.
inn imnimue ueq iMimt'v.j
MIOWERA SEPT. 28
Through Tick, ts ImuisI from 'Honolulu to Canada, United States and
Kurope. l"0r Freight and Passage 'r.ntl all general Information, apply to
Thco. H. Davlce & Co.. Ltd., Gcn'l Agent.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
P.S.AMERICAN, 6,000 tons. Sailed.
$,S. HAWAIIAN. 6,000 tons, to sail to sail Oct. 15.
" . 8. 8. CALIFORNIA, 6.000 tons, sailed from NEW YORK June 16; will
l Isad at PUQET SOUND about SEPT. 1 for HAWAIIAN PORT8.
I Freight received at Company'H wharf, 42nd Street, South Brooklyn, at
all times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General FrelBht Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY1
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago
, Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ies; and Library Cars, With Barber
Shop and Pleasant Rending Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. II. LOTHROP. General Agent.
13S Third street, Portland, Oregon.
HW, HITCHCOCK. General Agent.
No. 1 Montgomery St., Pan Prnnc-lico.
P K. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
Honolulu Rapid Transit
and Land Company.
' School Children's Tickets
Ifiill Utre scbcvl children's tick, ts
ir.ij In purchased from the conductors
on thi enrs. or at the-companv's ollle)
on Alapal street. Th-r.u will Ij good
loi Ihii transportation of school rlill-
dren up to 17 jeans of tig. In goln,;
to nnd aiming from scIukjI. between
the hours of 7 :I0 nnd SMn ni.. an 1
1 .mil ':30 p in nn regular school
C. C. Ballenhne.
lWiVliu Mgr II It I" & L. .
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
The Evening Bulletin, 76 cents per
FOIl SAN FRANCISCO.
SONOMA OCT. 8
ALAMEDA OCT. 23
VENTURA OCT. 29
ALAMEDA NOV. 13
.i . .
i PERU SEPT. 21
APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
CO, LTD. AGENTS.
I- rom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria nml Vancouver. B. C.)
AOKANOI SEPT. 25
YOU CAN DO IT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except K.ual.
MINIMUM RATE 18 $3.
HoboIbIi Office, 315 Fort St.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will all for jour message
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINO STREET LINE.
Car leave Walklkl for ton at 4 j, 6 1 j, 6 43 A.M.
ani everv i( mlnutet thereafter til 1049 n;i ani
Hjjl-M. from Wa-klklsotutrie Pun Hon Stables,
Car leave R Rartje or Pawaa twitch for town at
3 sja m ani every 15 minute thtreafter till 11 cp.m
Can leave htn and Ktnjf ttreett corner for Pat am a
at 6 10 A h. and rvwy 1$ mlnutet after till it.aj
Cart leave ft r Parana t nly at and 5 10 A m.
UrUac Palamafor Waikikti4) a and t very
1 mlnuUitUI g 4j 1 M . then at ".!) and t0 4jHH
Then i: I'M trnm Palarna lor Punhi(U only foe
CirIee Hurt m4 Klne ttrntsctrner foi Kltle
Ranr at i x and iwm,
Carleae lorlanj Klnjr tr-rtf trrnitorWalklkl
ai6 cja anirvery m miniict till icctP.M then al
to jt and ti j CM. The n y h cti to Walklkl
Car teavr Punali'iu Statu t. Tnn at j joand
fnr T(tn and Valley at ) 40 ; o ' ,ao 6 40 1 and
Car Irate Oahj Cvllej; fur tfw.. id Valley at
( v C s 'id iicAti nX ever) to nti res (111 10 10
l' m excerttliceven tout and half, hour tart which
run frum the Stable-
Carlav Nuuanu Valte at ( 10 6 o t jo A,M and
ever ie mlnuv thereafter till ic jj f M
Car Uat n and Qut-en streets for Punahnu
Collese at 6 oj 13 1 as a n and cvrry 10 mlnutet
after till m 43 p.m. Atier that the cart run ti tht
StaHaut in soP,M.whUMihlaMcar Iron Town,
reaching the StaMe at 1 1 jo P. h
O R. & L. Co.
rreiii .mil uftcr January 1, 1R99.
STATIONS 1 4iiv f'Aliv
(Ou(tr-l) t SLn TiAtLV e Sun rtAllVPMtV
A M AM. A v. p p M
lloro ' t fit 9M 11 15 j 13 3 10
IVaTl Ch Hi) gM 1140 j 17 3 to
I M1 a it 10 H iaoa 4 .j 6 10
Wt.injt . 1330 .443
V4lalU4 ti 3) , 3 41 ,.,
Kj'tUkU It )l b 1 ....
STAT IOSS i.aiiv
(lnrd) v Sun ( am iaily DAin
AM AM I' M P.M
KaTukj 3 )3 ,. , jc8
Walilui .... ',i .... 1 o
Wajna . t 10 .. j 3J
Lw4 Mil s Vt t mi 4 j
IVarl Cli) .611 8 o 1 .0 43)
Honolulu ' $ 3 in 1 76
I' P SMI'lH (ien'l Pass fcTltket
(I. P. DLWIMIN, .--i.riritiIitleiit
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU.
The Hawaiian Realty and
Maturity Co., Ltd.
General Agents for
The New Hampshire Fire Insurance
'. of Manchester, N. H.
ASSETS $3,367,026 27
Dealers In Real Kstate, I.o.iiih, Mort
gages and Ktc.
Omce. 32 King St.,
Over Castle Cooite'a.
Phone, Main HI. P. O. Bov. 202.
ARE IN QUESTION
Kakaako Pond Condemned After Long
Delay Other Business
Transacted by Board
"Gentlemen, we had better pioeecd
to buslntss. and I think tue (list thing
Is to congratulate Dr. Cooper on his
safe return nnd lmprocd appear
ance." Thus Dr. Sloggett, president called
the Hoard of Health to order nt 3:10
yesterday afternoon, there being pres
ent with him Dr. C. II. Cooper. IJ. A.
Mott-Smlth. Dr. W. M. Moore and Wm.
Auld, also In attendance Dr. J. S. II.
Pratt, executive officer, C. II. Reynolds,
tupcrlntcndcnt of leper settlement.
nnd C. Charlock, secretary
The nresldent nnnnlntpd. u thn u-.i.
ter committee ordered nt last meeting.)
Mott-Smlth. Auld. Moore and Hey.
William Clark petitioned for a per-
nut ror liimiier to erect a fenco around!
mi- L-iiiiiru ni iMininuu. AH Ills would
lnole the pament of freight by the
Boardi the petition was denied
The committee on the request of the
Master Plumbers Ashorlntlon for a
regulation to compel plumbers doing
sanitary work to pass an examination
nnd furnish a bond presented a unani
mous report. It was concluded by tho
committee that the Hoard had no au
thority to make such a regulation. It
could control plumbing nn sanitary
grounds lint could not control the man
doing the work. The matter was omi
of legislation. It was considered that
the present regulations formed sum..
dent safeguard for the rommunlty.
A IcttPr from the Auditor of the Ter
ritory relating to hospitals, enclosing
opinions of the Attorney General, was
read and discussed. Mr. Mott-Smlth
offered a motion that the executive offi
cer write to the Auditor, Informing him
of the relations between tne Hoard and
the hospitals nt Walmea and l.lhue.
Dr. Prntt said the Auditor lud al
ready been fully Informed on the mat
ter. The Auditor simply would not
approve bills for hospltnls not owned
by the goernment nor under the con
trol of the Hoard.
The conclusion of the Auditors let
ter reads. "In accordance i.'tli ih
Attorney General's opinion 1 will mull:
nnd pay ouclieis fur cxpendltuic un
der the different hospital apiuoiiU
tlnns. upon the iissuiiinic being given
thrfilllrli tfitir llftfii.l In- ..rttfl.-nt.. .-i
" ' ' " ,
otlunvlse. that tli.-i Institution are'
op.n lo the public under such aupeivl I
tlon as the Hoard of Health may eltct
The matter was left In the hands of.
Mr. Mott-Smlth, us a rommltte of one,
to lejiort at next meeting.
The resolution to condemn a pond at
Kakaako. sidetracked some H,,.,. ago.!1"'1 T'ie Gelslu would therefoie be re-
was brought up.
Dr. Cooper had hoped that the pond
would have been filled up befoie his 1
The resolution was adopted.
A report from the lioud of exami
ners was received, In favor of licenses,
to Dr. W. II. Deas, a gradual) of Coop
er inedlcnl college, San Frunclsio. end
Dr. Kawamoto, or a tollego In Japan
Instructions to government piivsl
clans, prepared by the executive olllccr
were read and passe I with nmenil
menttj. A native woman petltl me 1 foi per
mltslon to go t.i Kaluupipa as nelpi-r ttK T(jn,1"' SfnlfJ s well ns the man
toaielatlve. She said she was ii lepir'1'0 lo"k ",B "la,' of Wun '"' t,lu
heiself. In answer to a suggestion . ICMiiiiiiiaii. oil ace mint of the aiildent
Dl. Cooper that she g.. oeMi., the .a.1'0 XN "' -'l'-.t-'i. debeive spe.hil men
amlnlng board for lepers, l)r Pialt""" .
e.iiii sue nan ueen tueru .iml piuiiiiuii:
eil not a lepei. The petition was de
nied. The report of Maliiliuil hospli.il,
Walluku, showing a balance of J:U".HI
.... ....,.u ... ,u. . , ..,
A letter fioni Dr. F. K. I.I. a Chlnci-e
practitioner, elsewhere icfcrred to. Interpreter Thursiln and the llt
wiis laid on the tablo. Itln fellow Is being held lor investlgu
It was voted to pay Dr. Hollanil $j, Hon, although there Is no trouble with
for services In Ohm In July. The ,llm' , , ,
Legislature rut oft the appropriation ' Th", T r romSl,i1'"'1' .'" J1'" ,!",
f- mi,, j i....,i., i. nti... . i . -,, "' " stutlon .vesterday that she nil
for flliu. leaving Dr. Hollaud hm .0 ' lot ,u.r ,,y ,. sh. suspected some
fni Puna. Hit did the Olaa work. how.lmtw.H ,,r Kidnaping him The police,
ever, until relieved by Dr. Grace onset out to look for him. and lh-y
the first of August, Olaa being added to found that the nntlves mentioned ny
the Hllo doctors district.
OWNER 01s VAHT 1-ORiTKT.
.1 W Smith, formerly well known Iliad given her bo to the natives on
iih a teacher at la. arilved irom I tin promise that thev would take (.u
ainiintl the world In the Veiituia. Ho or him' Detective Kunpa has tho
left here two eais ago for Aiistinlla ruso In blind and will seek out the
Thence he went to lluiopn mid (ileal mothei and letuin the b.l) to her
iininin uy tne Hue mute lie will
pioceed by next steamei to Aiistiulln
to develop a timber giant of fifty
Hliiai.i miles lu Now South Wales
Mr. Smith lias samples or wood 1'ich.i
Ills loiest at K W. Jiildan H olllce Sec
oral jeiirs ago Mr Smith tiled limf
fictiinlly to oiganlzn a company in
Honolulu to develop his wooded es
tale lu Austiulla
H. T., FRIDAY, SEPT. 20, 1901.
Instruments Filed for Record Septem
ber 19, 1901.
N. II. Rice and hug. 1. M Hatch I)
Jno. II Est.. Ltd. Aug. Ahrens .. I..
Si K. Kalama I) Donnldnon ...Mtg
Jno. Kna and wife M. IL l'oter I)
W. K. Kaktiht and bus. Yun Wo
Instruments Filed for Record Septem
ber 20, 1901.
1st Party. 2d Paity Cla8.
Mnk Wlnll and hus. Oahu L. &
llhlg. Co c.I.
Malaca T. V. Lansing . I)
Kauahl et al. Kum See ... I..
K. Hlwaiill J. Kekahuna .. L.
Recorded September 5, 1901.
Lum Kam Chin ct al. to H. SI, Vou
Holt: deed: portion An. 2. II. P. K,3fi.
Kill. 2J.I3. Kapalatna. Honolulu, Oahir
$3ftrt. Hook 225, page 27S. Dated
Apt II 23, tftni.
Nauahlc (k) to Knmoh.illl: deed
Interest In A p. Ill, R. P. HGTS, Kalllu,
Honolulu. Oahu: V,. ltook 23. na.-i
421. Dated September 5.
C J ..Ii Carthy and wile to SI. Clair
II. S.ISers: deed: one-half lnliii'l It.
lot 32, block 7. Keualo tract, Honolu
lu. Oahu, IViO. Uook 225. naKe 273.
Dated June b. 1U01.
Recorded September 7, 1901.
Daniel P. Honlapn. tr to Woodlaun
l'rult Co.. Ltd . deed It. P. 157. Kill.
2131, Halaun, i:a. Oahu; (75. Ilool;
223. pace 42S. Dated Augiut 7. lfiil.
Kcaka l) to Daniel p Hoolapa,
tr.; deed; II. P 157. Kill. 2131, Ha
lawn, i:va. Oahu r5. Hook 223, page
127. Dated August 5, 1901.
.Macuacua and wire to l.iikalillll,
deed: R. P. fiSSD. Kill. 37. Mill, l'e-
lekniiu. Molokal; 50. Hook 223, page
42G. Date. July .11, Uml.
(leorge (iardner nnd wire to Sup"f
Intendent of Public Works: deed. nor.
tlon (Irani 3709. Walpunalel, North
lino, Hawaii: 7.j. Hook 2.. page 280.
Dated August 7. 1901.
W. ('. Achl. tr.. nnd wife to Sidney
Watson; deed: lot !9, Keklo tract.
Honolulu, Oahu; I'ftO. Hook 23, page
12s. Dated August '.i, 1901.
Recorded September 9, 1901,
A. P. Klvella to Manmd de Amaral;
deed: portion Orant 182. Koknmn. .Mn
Hawaii. .Maul, 300. Hook 22!', pat
i;. uaicn August 2t, lltijl.
I Hugentn It. de Souza. by attorney,
let al. to Manool Munlz; oeed: one hall
nere land. Kokomo. .ilnknun,, lntn
'"'" "mk 'i9 l'a8e 13. Dated An-
R"Il i,1!1"11; ,u . . .
An" ' "Innl nnd husbind to Debornh
Knpule. deed: lots n and li. block A.
.iha Htieet, Honolulu. Oahu: $10U
Hook 22!. page 13 Dated September
W. ('. Achl nnd wile to W. R. Cast
tl deed: Interest In It. P. 71.", Kill.
:.!H. Mnklkl. Honolulu. Oahu; 11. Uook
229. page 11 Dated August 2i. 1H01.
J. A. M. Osorlo. tr.. et al. to David
Daton. tr.: trustee deed; Kill. 7131
an.. It. P. 809, It. Ps. 2K58. 732S, 7321,
25ii, 2409 nnd 29.V!. Klolokaa. Kail.
Hawaii. Hook 229. page15. Dated
August 20. 19U1
I. K. Hay to W. H. Johnson: deed:
piece Innd. Ray avenue, Hllo, Hawaii;
5n. Hook 229, page 8. Dated Au
gust ti. 190i.
M. Munli! and wlfo to Melt Snlrfon;
tleeu; one-half aire land, Kokomo. Ma
kawao. Maul: J230. Hook 229, page II.
Dated August 20, Hull.
Rebecca Nalpo (widow) to Mrs. El
len K. Nalpo; deed; interest In Or.
2lo4, 7R.1 and 23B7. Ko.cto. North Ko.
hala, Hawaii; 25. Hook 229, page 9.
Dated August 19. 1901.
W. T. Robinson to Mrs. Kcaka
Hngllsh: deed: interest In It. P 5175.
Kill. 11222. Kumiikahl, Walehu. Mam;
llfio. Hook 229, page lu. Dated Au
gust 21. 1901.
Pollard's Lilliputians again delight-
cU " "" axuHvute I.ibt night. Thn
opera htitiM.' was not er jvvcll filled
but those who weie present, applauded
enough to make anj who might have
been outside thing thu house was
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'"" ""l ul "lv """K 'xmKa '" u
""''""' -" '"""- " " "' ""
ulu' iiii"'iieil that, owing to the facf
"'". ""'e1 ""e -ue "ainl
sprained his ankle, the cumpaii) would
be unable to present thu Relic of New
i oik Friday ulght us had belli Intend'
As' on the previous night, Miss Alice,
Ucmicto as O Mlmlso San was the blur
player, her ease and grace ns well as
her most artistic singing taking thu
cudlence from the beginning. It was a
tiotheabel fact that Miss llenneto
luked well lu auj thing she had on. The
combination of colors In her various
Japanese costumes would have looked
out of place on a great many people
on the stage hut unv comhlmitloa
whatever looked well on her.
Mlscs Ivy Trott as Reginald Fairfax,
Miss Mudgc Williams as Miss Molly
Seymour, and little Miss Daphne Trott
CAVE III BOY AM
Itlimon Mlll,IMi a srnil lorl(, m
, i.,,.. . ii,.n , n, ii .,-.
tlon liv the Police Court Porto lllcnn
'lie woman nail moved away lr.rn
their old place on account of the lent
nun hail taken another house. They
weie followed up and it was soo'l
foiinu that the I'orlci lllcnn moth, r
.iy V utile iVicn
Or Pierce's Flee
'rlc Itody HatU'ry
wa wlthliniES l.i-
,.- - HK.tr tiw inr ugoK-
' In ! ' UJrei.
I'lllKCIi ciLCCTKIC CO.,
030 M'-kct t,. b H
A. T. HAOtlNKAMP. Mfinnger.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coallnga Oil
Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, completely sur
rounded b nt rich oil producing wells
ns theie an In the State, leldlng from
50 to 25o barrels per day.
Contiact prices for oil at tho Coal
Inga wells, 7o cents per barrel.
With tweuty-nve producing wells or
100 barrels each per day, ou can
make youi own calculation as to
The oil Industry of California Is In
Its Infancy, yet ninny fortunes have
been made by Judicious and lucky li,
vestments In oil stock. Many morj
will be made In the near futuie.
The aveiage advance on original
sales or oil stock In twenty lending
companies In California has been
from II to lios per share.
Oil lands have advanced from $l.2o
to $1,000 and 12,000 per acre.
When the Pacific. Union Oil Com
pany has a number of producing wells
on Us property. Its stock will hate
the same show for even a greater ad
vance, as some oil stock has advanced
from $1 to 11,500 per share.
The Paclllc Union OH Company has
no salaried officers, and Is controlled
by well known gentlemen of Integrity
who will sec tnat the money derived
.mi iuu --- iu.ni. .i. .- i. - Hiii -
mately applied to the development ot
For rurther Information, apply to .1.
II. KISlinil & CO. Stock and Hond
Urokers, and Hawaiian agents for the
sale of a limited amount of Pacific
t'nlnn nit ('iminanv ntnpl.. Ktnncon-
wald building. Mere hunt street.
An cxtraordlnniy statu of affairs ex
isting among the Chinese In Honolu
lu, with regard to medical treatment,
wuu brought to the attention of the
Hoard of Health at )eterda)'s ineel-
Dr. K. K LI wrote salng he desired
lo speak of two Important things. Hit
.,... ...... .. ... i.. .i... 1...1. i ... 1...1.1.
vuumi J im-n hiio ill inc iuiuit ji ii.iiu-
ing lotteries at the ,. house, among
the prlies drawn being prescriptions
for medicine. These were utilized when
snjone becamq III regardless of adap
lahlllty to the particular aliment.
Cases where the lottery medicine was
given had proved fatal.
The other matter was the prartlc
of midwifery by old women without
professional knowledge or license.
The letter was tald on tne table.
ASSOCIATED CHARITY WORK.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Assoi lated Chatltles. was hell
Wedneadaj afternoon In the new- olll-llct-s
on Vlnkea street Governor Dol
pieslded All the oflli ers were pies
.lit. Alter the usual preliminary hi
loess. Mrs llerger, the manager, leal
her repmt showing the number ot
applications made to be twenty. 'I?ien
was one recurrent case, miming the
total twent-one Then were llftetn
cases of application for work, one
case of situation lepmted found. One
applicant vvns sent to the Hospital for
Ineiirablts and nine others were given
various kinds or relief. There wine
121 office Interviews and the ninnunt
or funds received vvns 1181 Treasur
er Carter reported cash balance on
hand to be iir.o.89. the amount ex
pended since that time being $09fi
Various other minor matters were dis
cussed and the meeting adjourned.
There are some Simple. Remedies In
dispensable In any family. Among
these, th eexperlence of years assures
ns. khouU be leCorded PAIN-KILLKlt.
For both Internal and external appli
cations we have found It of great vil
lie; especially can we recommend It for
colds, rheumatism, or fresh wounds
nd bruises. Christian lira. Avoid sub
stitutes, there Is but one Paln-KIIlT,
Peny Davis'. Price 25c. and BOc.
Those who appreciate the
class of photographic work
MISS CAROLINE HSKINS
are cordially invited to inspect
specimens of her skill in her
reception room at the rear of
Art Stoie and
120 Hotel St
Sealed tend. us will bo received by
the Hoard of Fire Commissioners. Ho
nolulu Fire Department, at their of
fice, Cent1.1l Station until 12 o'cloe.t
noon October Sth 1901. for supplying
the Department with a team of two
horse; these horses be sound nml
active, weigh about 1500 lbs. ea h
stand 17 hinds high nge between 7
mid enis old and mut pass Inspec
tion b the Government Veterlnaiy
Suigeon and meet Hie approuil of the
Ciller Kngliu . i altei two weeks' tiial,
deliver) lo be made within Wl dos ill
c r notlflcntlon of act. ptnnie of tench"
The f'ominlhsloners leserve the
light to i eject nn,v or all bids.
K It G WALI.ACIJ.
Seiieuuv Ilodi.l of Ctiuiinlssioneis
Honolulu Flie Department.
IDKI 1 HI
At the er.trance
to the Famous
lao Vallev. and
easy access to
volcano In the
ISLAND OF .MAUI.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
The undersigned. M A Gonsnlvtx.
lis aduilnlstrntoi or the estnte of A
C. Peslnna. defeased by virtue of an
order made nnd Issutd by the Hon
ornble George 1) Oenr, Second Judge
or the Circuit Court or the Hrst Cir
cuit, Territory of Hawaii, In Probate,
nt Chambers, authorizing nnd Keens
lug the said administrator to sell (ill
the real estate belonglnc to the snbl
estnte. hereb glvet notice that nn
will sell nt public auction, to the hluh
est bidder, at the salesroom of James
K. Morgan. No. I',5 Queen ntre..t In ll.
kV, s. , .u.. ,fc.. Vc?.. "
noiiiiu. isinnu or oahu. Territory
September. A. II. ism. at" i? , ,vi,
noon, nil of Hint nut-? nr i,na u-m.
improvements thereon situate In Ho-
nolulu aforesaid, and popularly !
That certain lot or parcel of land
bounded mnuka by home of John On
ilerklrk. Walklkl. by property of W.
II. Hoogs makal. by Knos lane, and
i:wa by Maklkl street, lying opposite
to property of W. Llshmnn and H.
I.lshman. nnd particularly described
as follows, to wit:
All of that certain parcel of land s!t-
llat0 on ,h( cast side of Maklkl street
'n Honolulu. Island of Oahu. fronting
ni feet on said Maklkl street, with n
I depth or 170 reel, being n portion of
ltonl Patent Nit 0035. and containing
nn niea of about 22.890 square feet,
nnd being the same premises conveyed
,to A. C Pestnna by the following
deeds, to wit;
I i.,-. ii in .Minnie i i.nos, oaieii Mepiem-
II... .1 -. l . . . ..
uer nun. i8, and recorded In llbor
112. page 241.
I Deed of J. S
Mnttos. dated Sentem-
I ber inth. 1SSS.
and recorded in llbr
112. page 245
) A portion of tho land described In
the deed of J. 8. Mnttos. dated July
18th, 1895, and recorded In liber 15;,
All recorded In the office of thn
Registrar of Conveiances In Honolulu
Said salt hcllic subeit In rnnflrmi.
tlon of the said Court.
Terms cash In V. S. Gold Coin.
Deed nt the expense of the nur.
L. (..-.I .. l-r ., ....
,M"der Vdmlnl,ra,T0,t Inn
offlee of said James V. Mnrinin.
Dated at Honolulu. Sept. ltth. 1901,
M. A. GON8ALVES.
Administrator of the Kstate of A. C.
I. M. IX)NO.
Attorney for Administrator.
Notice to Creditors.
The under.it-nr h.vlnr ben dulv appjlnlrj .
culrU nt ID. w II ot Hi. I.i. Paul Nlum.nn ot Mo
ll lulu, UUnJ ot O.hu. dr j.rj. noil.. It hrr.t)
E.rn to ll rrrftin. lo rtfl.nl Ihrlr claim, ae.'nvl
Hi. fltjtc ot tali Paul p. tnjnn, drcrattd fully
authentlcattj, whtthrr .curei t-y tnoneaee ot otht
Mis. lo 111. uni.f. cntj M Ih. ofn:. nt Me.tr.
Ili'ch ani Sllliman kunm. r)'6 Stan rnall
Hullllnir, Honolulg, within m . month. Irim Ih.
tl.it. here,., or Ihey will r toreet rrf ani all
penon. lnJrte1 to .al r.tate are herehy rr-iuv.'rj
lo mike imnteJiat. r-i)ment lithe unJ.r.leneJ,
Dor J H inolulu, Augu. 1 1, lo i
tLISh .. V MUMANN
L.eciitrtv of ttie will of Paul Neumann, Jcta.ci
iq -.lAjg t, j Sir! C. II..Q
Notice to Creditors.
IMATI Of MLU IMAHIO k.Ml UAH'l
All crrJlli.fi nf LlIU Hjahro Kinlu Wlr ait
.ht-rrty noilttri lo ( tttn itwlr cUlm July autrwn
tcaid, ni with the prop r ouchtr, ilanyrxht,
jvfn If ih clilm ttcureJ bv muiteie upon ml
rotate in m at my ofbcf at 19 S Klnp M , Honolitu,
Term it v t lliwtll. It hucliflilrn b nnl tt , 1
rJ whtiln tU tnontln lnmi the iw of lu nntUv
idt-y thill he forrwr tt r4 LlIU Haihiu Kinlu
Wjifpi kometin t contiact J if Mi unitr tht name of
Kaitlu Lumjht'hcl ani al u.h ietu Hilt tt fjtrfj
II ma rrtnfnt.fi to ce A.thln a i Hme
LUL A DICKEY
AJmlrltralir ol Hie tai of I Hit ItJalnv
19 S. king Si , Honolulu, Auijtul t. u i,
I9.4't Aug.jit. . br. 6, t. w
Prof. J. II, Ammo, violinist nnd
tincher, wlio has been suffering from
n seven) attack of tjphold fever at the
CJuceii's Hospital, Is convalescing nnd
will meet Intending pupils at the hone'
or Mr. Win. Frazee, Vlneai I
street, nenr hospital. Telephone Hlut
Lenin to draft our own pattern.
Now Is piir time to get Instruction
to use the c elebrnted McDowell system
or garment cutting. For partlculai i
apply to MRS. A. M. MFLLIS,
Agent for the Hawaiian Territory.
Honolulu, hept. 18. 1901.
10.11 Fort street, upstairs; 'Phon
lllue 3061. 1945-iw
All bills due W. W. Wright's car
riage manufactory will be collected ov
8. Decker or Wm. Fernandes; any oth
er receipts given by any one will not
bo recognized b me.
W. W. WRIGHT.
1915- Sept. IS. 20. 21. 24. 2'!, 28 .
0.1. 1, 3. fi.
THE HAWAIIAN LABOR BUREAU
Will engage labniers In the Hawaiian
Islands and lurnlsh them to planta
tions. Individuals flims or eorporx
tlons Will nnd. rtnk.i commit work
and furnish cxpericnifd nnd reliable,
i out i in tors Onlers promptly nt
Ti Icphonc 22o Main P O box 877.
Olllie room ::u7 Judd building Fort
stnet, Honolulu. lU21-ltu
Finn .lob I'liimnir at tin Util
w i i