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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., MONDAY. SEPT. 23. 1901.
ceanic Steamship Company
The stentners of this line will arrlto ami loavo thin port an hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA SBPT. 24
SIERHA OCT. 9
ALMEDA OCT. 19
SONOMA OCT. 30
ALAMEDA NOV. 9
In connection wrth the sailing nf the nbop steamers, tho agents arc pre
pared to Issue, to Intending iassengers. coupon through' tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all point In the United States, and from New
York by any steamship llnij to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Risen Kaisha
Steamers of the aoove companlet will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the date below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION
H. HACKFIBLO V
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of tuo abo line, running In connection wltu the CANADI
AN 'PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between ancotiwr, II. n, and Sydney, N.8.W.,
nnd calling at Victoria, n. C. Honolulu und Brisbane. ar DUE AT HONO
LULU on or nbout the dates b-low stated. l.:
From Vancouver anj Victoria, B. C.
0jr Brisbane and Sidney.)
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Europe. For Freight and 1'itssagu nnd all general Information, apply to
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American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
- DIRECT SERVICE BEtWKEN
. NRW YORK AMD HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, vis Pacific Coast.
5;S. AMERICAN, 8,000 tone, Sailed. "
6S. HAWAIIAN, C.000 ton, to aall to aall Oct. 15.
I, S.S. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, sailed from NEW YORK June 16; will
fcad at PUGET SOUND about SEPT. 1 for HAWAIIAN PORTS.
Knight received at Company- wharf, 42nd Street, South Brooklyn, at
all times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. M0R8B, .
General Freloht ABent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN F1LVNCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading .Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Frw- Reclining Chairs.
Pullmim Ordinary Slueers.
J H LOTHROP, General Agent.
U25 Third street. Portland, Oregon.
Dl W. HITCHCOCK. General Agent.
No. 1 Montgomery 8t.,San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX. G. V, & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nubraska.
Honolulu Rapid Transit
and Land Company.
School Children's Tickets
Hulf-fhru school children's tUketi
nia bo pdrchaiM-d from Urn conductors
on the cant, or at the company's ofllco
u Ala pal street. These v. Ill bo good
lor the trunsDortatlon of hdiool chil
dren up to 17 year of ago In goln.?
to'iind coming from school, between
the hoilDi of
;M und !):30 a. m iiul
1 and 2::i0 p.
m. on regul.ir kcbool
C. C. Ballentyne.
3fj'S-lm Mjtr. II. It. T. i L. Vo.
Gilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
The Evening Bulletin, T6 cenu per
a. . i-
FOR. SAN FRANCISCO.
SONOMA OCT. 8
ALAMEDA OCT. 23
VENTURA OCT. 29
ALAMEDA NOV. 13
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APPLY TO P. M. S. S. CO.
CO. LTD. AGENTS.
l-rom Syoney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, II. C.)
AORANGI SEPT. 25
TOD CAN DO IT ROW
THE INTER -ISLAM
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE IS $8.
tUialili Office, 315 Fert St.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Mefsenetr will call for your message
Hawaiian Tranway's Tiae
KIM. STRICT LINE.
Cr lrv Walklkl for town at vi. 6.if, 6.4$ A.M.
inievtrs 15 mlnuiM thwtfttr tl 10 4. ujH 4
ti-ii h.m. from Wtt'klkl eo In the Pufuhou Sublet.
Cm tr ami K Rings or Pwai switch lor town at
$ j.m. and ccry 13 minutes thtreatterilll 11 ofeP.M
dark leave? I nrt and King ttitMt corner tor Hataraa
at;;o a.m. ani evrry i; tolctm after ttlt n.tj
Car. leave for TaUma only at 5 anj 510 A M.
Can liv PaUm for Walk.kl j-, A m. anJ every
it mlnutei ttll q 4 P . then at 10 ij and 10 4$ P.M.
Th. .. U U itvnm Dsl.ua DnsitiMI akIu mnM
Ill'v W9y r f1 ' W StBIUH VVI H..V..V4 Villi KWV
1 Carhl4 rm anJ Klnur ktretla corner for RIIU
Ranfc at S'-w nJ 1 a.m.
Cart Ifiw fort and Klnjjtrfii corner for Walklkl
atCgjA M. anjfvrryn minute till 10 of P. M, then at
io'ij ani ti.05 p.m. The 11 jj p M. got to Walklkl
Car Itae Punihou Stable f Town at e.jo ani
for Tunani Valley at 3 40 j:jo Vi 6 4 ani
Car leave Oahj College fortowi. ii Valley at
6:10 6 co ani 1 10 a,m ani ever iomii. lei till 10:10
P.m. ee(t the even hwur ani half, hour cirs which
run from the Mabl.
Car)eave Nuuanu Valley at ft'io 6-jo t.yt A,H ani
evtry to minute thereafter till 10 so P.M.
Cart leave Fort and Queen streets for Punihou
Collet: t 6 o 0 ij 6 4) A m ani every 10 minutes
after till 9 J P.. After that tht cars run lathe
StaMt up to 1 1.50P.M. which Is ihe Ut car Iron Town,
reacninf in mane at 11.30 p.m.
O R. & L. Co.
From und after Junuary 1, 1590.
STATIoivS ilv nu.v
(J.-jrJ) t- Sun DAII.Y e. Sun ntu lunv
A.M A.M. A.M. I'M I'M.
M tnnlulu . .fid 911 liuf M u
H-.r) &n 1 1 i( ii 40 it j 'o
1 .1 Ml'l . . S ) 10 8 1. .00 41) 0.10
Walinjt i..)o ... . 4 4
WnlU4 11 it .... ; 1
K-illkv 11 ) ... 6 i ....
SI Al ION'S liAUY
(Inu.ll) ex Sun. IMiir nm DAILY
AM. A.Vt IMt P.M.
KtttiJcu j:ij . 11.8
W.uin ,,.,. ., nit .... 91 0
Wilin.. no ) ji
L.W4 Mill ).U T.4I 1 .- 4 .t
tejrl t-ity .... 611 801 1 to 4 It
Hunr.lwiu '--" 8 m to) i:4
f C. SMITH (leu'l Pass, d Ticket Ast.
(1. I'. DKNiSON, Superintendent
- ' - - "
The Hawaiian Realty and
Maturity Co., Ltd.
General Agents for
The New Hampshire Fire Insurance
r.n. of Manchester, N. H.
A8SETS $3,367,026 27
Dealers In Real Estate, Loans,
gages and Etc.
Office, 32 King St.,
Over Castle & Coolie's.
Phone, Main 141. P. O. Ho. 262.
Walliiku, Sept. 21. The marriage of
Miss Emily Adeline, sister of Attorney
George lions of Walluku nnd Ferdi
nand lions of Knhulul, to Carl Wnl
deycr of Walluku took place at the An
glican t'hurch In Walluku, at S o'clock
on Tuesday evening, Sept. 17. Rev.
Win, Atilt performed the ceiemon.
The little church was most tastily
uraitu lur mis ucinmuu wuu viuea ,
and potted ferns.
Promptly at 8 o'clock the bridegroom
entered the church accompanied by J.
L. Coke. Miss Margaret R. Nape play
ed Mendelssohn's Wedding March on
tbe organ and during the rendition of
this beautiful piece, the bride entered
the church leaning on the arm of oer
brother, Ferdlnaud lions. Mrs. Coke
followed them. The party marched
slowly up tbe aisle to the attar where
the bride was met by the bridegroom
and the Rev. Wm. Atilt. The beatttl
ful marriage service of the Anglican
Church was then read by the officiat
ing clergyman, at the conclusions of
which the newly married couple re
paired to the vestry to sign the regis
ter. After the services at the rlttirdi n
reception was held at the home of
Manager and Mrs. W. O. Ogg. where
Mr. and Mrs. Waldeyer recehed the
congratulations of their numerous
Among those present were Hon. and
Mrs. H. P. Baldwin. Sheriff and Mrs.
L. M. Baldwin. Deputy Sheriff A.
N. Hayselden, Mrs. Hayselden. Sr
Rev. and Mr's. Wm. Atilt. Mr. and
Mrs. W. O. Ogg. Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Robinson. Mr. and Mrs, Sam Kelll
nol. Mr and Mrs. W. O. Aiken. Judge
and Mrs. W. O. McKay. Dr. and Mrs.
Weddlck. Mr. Keeney. Mr. and Mrs.
W. F. Wheeler. Mr. and Mrs. J. i,.
Coke. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Filler. Mr.
F. Hons. Miss lions, Miss Cummlngs,
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Vettlesen. Mr.
and Mrs. J. II. Walker. Mrs. J. W.
L. Marshall. Dr. W. R. Boote. Mr. J.
N. K. Keola and many others.
After tho reception light refresh-,
ments wero served to the guests on
the spacious veranda of the manager'r
mansion, and when all were sened tbn
lanal was cleared for dancing. Both
old and young spent the rest of the
evening In the fascinations of tho light
fantastic toe. Tho music was furnish
ed by a select male quartet. A little
before midnight the newly married
couple left for Ulupalakua, where tltey
wlll spend their honeymoon. Both th
bride and bridegroom are very popular
young people of Walluku. and their
union Is a source of gratification to
their many friends, who Join with tbo
News In wishing them long years of
Wedded bliss. Maui News.
JAPAN EM'S 1
eacrameuto, Cnl.. Sept. . The r
cent purchase In New York of a uiim
bur of thoroughbred horses for the
Emperor of Japan Is likely to lead to
't ne horses were bred on the famous
Rancho del Paso In Sacramento coun
ty, the property of J. B. Haggln. anj
are or the nnest American stock. A
trained horseman from the Rancho.
under enagement to the Mikado. Itl
Sacramento today to accompany the
purchased horses to Japan, and Is ex
pected to remain there and attend .o
the breeding of thoroughbreds.
A year or two ago several Japanese
princes visited the Rancho del Paso
and asked the manager, John Mark-iy,
an accomplished horse breeder, what
should he done to Improve the hreo
of horses In Japan. The Japancso
horses are very Inferior, undersized
animals, of little value for any pur
pose, Mackey's advice was to con
vert them Into hides and tallow, and
to Import some ood slock Irom this
his suggestion. ' sppsaiM, has horu
fruit in tho recent purchase by the Mi
kado or thoroughbreds, which will 'io
the beginning of a revolution In tho
horse flesh of Japan.
Tho cllmato of Japan Is regarded ay
horsemen as well suited to the produc
tion of superior horses, and tinder
skilled American supervision then'
seems to be no reason to doubt that
tho Mikado's e.perlment will be btic
Tho shipment of these American
thoroughbreds, It Is thought, will have
tho effect of stimulating a Japanese
demand for like Ann stock, as the Mi
kado will thus set the fashion of Im
porting and using American horses.
It Is therefore not unlikely that a
considerable number of nrst-class
American horses V1 bo sent to Ja
pan in tbe next few years for the uso
of the Japanese nobility and wealthier
classes generally, and perhaps for tin.
establishment of breediag farms.
Departed Sept. 2Q,Am. sp. St. Da
In port Am. tjehr. S. T. Alexauder,
im i..i.i ,, ,uv.n .
si-it. Is now fully dlscluuged, und will
nu en ni-winnii u ' 1 nviin iiac Miin.
uwan a loan oi sugar 101 auu 1 run
Cisco. The American ship St. D.wld bi ought
a large cargo of toal, whkh hits been
distributed umung tho dlltercut plan
tations on Maul. She finished discharg
ing last week, and Immediately torn
inenied taking ballast. She sailed
1 n . nn , . . . ... n , -. ..,. 1
el'1- -" " ,nw ol me uinuuine uoumi
I for the Suuud.
Instruments Filed for Record Septem
ber 20, 1901.
1st Party. 2d Party. Clas
M-. Plmental Joao PImental . ..I).
Jos. Ilores M. Macbadoi . ..I).
Kacleti II. llanna ,.. 1).
M. R. Nape Aneanl I..
A. O. Ferrelra J. de Goutea .. .
Maua et al. D. P. Hoolapa I).
D. P. Hoolapa Woocllawn Fruit
C. Martin Manuel Cook ... .Ilel.
Instruments Filed for Record Septem
ber 23, 1901.
1st Party. 2d Party. Class.
J. Kalwl, Jr., gdn. Kamlnamlna..!..
Rebecca Kaukahl and busb. A. II.
flay & Robinson Kautnehelwa .. 1..
F. 8. Lyman and wife Hi Schra-
Makalll and wICe Nlpoa and husb.
Maul Drug Co. Kahiilut Railroad
John Klmo Walmanalo Sugar Co..
P. Knhilelau Walmanalo Sugar Co.
L. K. Luka and hush. Dawn. Real
ty & Mat. Co.. Ltd M.
W. C. Achl A. N. Campbell D.
CJ. H Horry .1. Q. Wood
Recorded September 11. 1901.
Hester D. Hitchcock and husbaaJ
et al. to Sarah C. Pratt; partition
deed; portion It. P. 7145, Kill. 9711,
ViHinnn n,1 lti.t.1 uliula tliMntlttll
dec-)0alll ,,. a29j ,mge 23. Date!
Jnm, m 1tnl.
Sarah'C. Pratt and husband et ul.
to Hester D. Hitchcock: partition
deed; portion R. P. 714S. Kul. Oil).
Judil street. Honolulu. Oahu. Book
:2, page 23. Dated June 23, 1901.
Sarah C. Pratt and husband et c.l.
to l.aurlta D. Notts partition deed;
portion R. P. 7143. Kill. 97B. Judd
street, Honolulu. Oahu. Book 22X
page 23. Dated June '.'2, 1901.
Recorded September 12, 1901.
W, C. Achl and wife to Thereia
Thoen; deed; lots 31 and 31, block :i,
Pitunul tract, Honolulu, Oahti; $40.
Book 223, page 433. Dated September
'J'heresa Thoen and husband to
German Benevolent Society; mort
gage; lots 31 and 33, block 3. Puunul
tract. Honolulu, Oahu: :."0. Book 227.
page 81. Dated September 11, 1901.
Honolulu iron works (Jo. to Tl
.one Co.; lease; ono-half two-story
brick building, King street, Honolulu,
Oahu; It! ears 7 months at $1600 "per
annum. Hook 228, page y.'. Dated
June 5, 1901.
Thos. Treadway, trustee, to Peter
Manuel; deed; Interest In portion it.
I. 2W.I. Km. 11213. Klklhale, Hono
lulu, Oahu: 1300. Book 229, page 25.
Dated Juno 22. IDOL
Peter Manuel and wife to Chas. Lu
cas: deed; Interest In portion Apana
.' R. P. 2699, Kul. 11213. KlklhaK
Honolulu, Oahu; 1300. Book 229, page
26. Dated August 17, 1901.
W. K. Kalmlola to L. Ahlo: deed.
R. P. 798. Kill. 8241 O. O., Walplo,
Rwa, Oahu; S130. Book 223, page 435.
Dated June 21. 1901.
Recorded September 13, 1901.
W. C. Achl and wife to John K.
Nobrlga; deed: lots 13 and 14. Kalu
lanl tract. Honolulu, Oahu; $225. Book
220, page 436. Dated August 19. 1901.
Kalkuaana to (f. S. Kahaawlmua;
deed; Kul. 10622. Kaalalkl. Kau. Ha
waii; $250. Book 229, page 27. Datd
September 9. 1901.
W. A. Ham to J. W. Waldron:
lease; portion McCully homestead. Pa
wn a, Honolulu, Oahu; 17 years 4
months at 150 per annum. Book 22),
page 91. Dated September 1, 1901,
Recorded September 14, 1901.
Goo Hoy and wife to : mort
gage: portion R. P. 6117. Kul. 2177.
Kauluwela, Honolulu. Oahu: S2001.
Book 227, page 91. Dated September
Henry Hlckey to George W. Smith
and wife; deed of adoption: female
child. 9 years. Rose nickey. Book 221.
page 327 Dated September II. 1901.
Samuel Parker, by attorney, to I.
ong ham Chew; lease; three pleeej
land nnd tuo tlsh ponds. Walplo val
ley. Hawaii; IT, years at $500. Book
228. page 95. Dated September 5. 1901.
George K. Kekauolia ami wife 10
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day
Saints: deed: Apana 2. It. P. 1297,
Kill. 4361, .alo. Koolauloa. Oahu; $20.
Book 225. page 291. Dated August I,
oiiurch of Jesus Christ of I.attT
Day Saints to George K. Kekauoha;
deed; piece land, Lale, Koolauloa,
Oahu; $20. Book 225. page 291. Dati-d
August 1. 1901.
II. Hall to Walplo Llmalati. Ltd.;
lease; R. P. 6638, Kul. 8481, Waipio,
Hamakua, Hawaii; 10 years at $50,
Rook 228, page 97. Dated August I,
M. G. Sllva and wife to Kellmluo
Ignacin: deed; lot 19 and portion lot
17. block 3. Kaplolanl Park addition,
Honolulu, Oahu: $500. Book 223, page
438. Dated September 10. 1901.
M. Owaantil to Walplo Llmalaii.
Ltd.; lease: Apana 2. R. P. 6337, Kill.
8482, Walplo, Hamakua. Hawaii: 20
years at $10. Book 228, page 98, Dat
ed August I, 01,
Recorded September 16. 1901.
M. J. de Gouvela to II. de Palva
mortgage: piece land, Jail street. Hllo,
Hawaii; $554. Book 227. page 97 Dat
ed September 2, 1901. ,
Mrs. S. K. Alull to Wong You.
lease; R, p. 1588. Kill. 436. Market
street, Walluku, M'uul: 15 years I't
$250. Book 228, page 99. Dated Sep
tember 5, 1901,
M. J. Cabral et al. to Hank of Ha
waii; mortgage; portion Grant 17".
Kapuakea. Honolulu, Oahu; $2:i!,
Book 226, page 373. Dated .September
N.G. H. FlfcLD DAY.
field Day In to be observed by thu
National Guard Mime time during tho
latter part ot tbe month, the exact data
to be decided on later. The prelimi
nary arrangements were muds at a
meeting of tbe officers held In thu
bungalow Sunday forenoon, Tho whols
thing will be under the management
of Col, Jones and will be held at soma
point along the railroad line. The
usual maneuvres with small arms and
field pieces will take place jml a sham
battle Is among the possibilities. 1AII
I the companies of the reglnent lu the
city will take part and It Is ivmuug tlw
1 ....... .. .. . ..
. nunimuiiw tnat tne Hllo company
w, tomt! t0 Honolulu to Join In.
lor TEH BOLIABS.
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A. T. HAGBNKAMP.
SUES POLICE OFFICER
Hllo, Kept. 19. By bis attorneys.
Wise & Sickens. Tolig On, onu of tin
Chinese merchants on front strwt,
has brought suit In the Circuit Court
analnst V. M. Keolamil. n tiollee Hmi.
'tenant, lor damages In the sum of
Tbe complaint alleges that on the
8th day of September, A. D. 19U1, at
South Hllo, the defendant by fores
compelled thu plaintiff to go with him
to the police otllce and there did strip
the clothing rrom the plaintiff. Impris
on, detain and restrain hint of his lib
orty without legal process, for the
space of several hours. The petition
alleges that this was done with mal
ice and without probable cause and
without right or authority and agaln'tt
thu will of the plaintiff, 'the petition
er further alleges that he was mal
treated, wounded and bruised; and
was also Injured in bis credit and
was prevented from attending to his
business during the time he was so
held and Imprisoned. It Is also allex.
eit that plaintiff's person was searched
and his valuable papers and docu
ments taken from him and kept and
retained by the defendant against the
will of the plaintiff. The nlalntlff
charges that defendant was acting in
nis omciai capacity as a policeman
and that after the 111 treatment and
Imprisonment as aforesaid, plaintiff
was allowed to go and have his liberty
without being brought before any oth
er officer of the Territory.
. M. Keolamil has been on .ho
Hllo police force for two and a half
years and Is on the night watch on
front street. He keeps a weather evo
out for dealers In the Oriental ganu
known as che fa. The case of Tong
On. he proceeded on grounds which
he considered Justified his suspicions.
mis suit is probably the first omj
brought against an officer of the Ter
rltory of Hawaii for damages alleged
to have been sustained at his hands
while ostensibly In discharge of hlj
m 1 1
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coalings
Fields of California.
Pro en oil lands, completely sur
rounded by as rich oil-producing wells
as there aro In the State, yielding from
SO to 250 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at the Coal
ings wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With tenty-ne producing wells of
100 barrels each per 4ay, you cau
make your own calculation as to
The oil Industry of California Is Ic
its Infancy, yet many fortunes have
been made by judicious and lucky In
vestments In oil stock. Many mora
will be made In the near future.
The average advance on original
sales of oil stock In twenty leading
companies In California has been
from $1 to $108 per share.
Oil lands have advanced from $1.25
to $1,000 and $2,000 per acre.
When the Pacific Union Oil Com
pany has a number ot producing wells
on Its property. Its stock will hate
tho same show for oven a greater ad
vance, as some oil stock has advanced
from $1 to $1,500 per share.
Tho Pacific Union Oil Company has
no salaried officers, and Is controlled
by well-known gentlemen of integrity,
who will sec tnat tho money derived
from tho sale of stock will be legiti
mately applied to tho development of
for further Information, apply to .1.
H. fISHKR & CO.. Stock and Bond
Brokers, and Hawaiian agents for tho
sain of a limited amount of Pacific
Union Oil Company stock. Stangen
wald building. Merchant street.
Those who appreciate the
class of photographic work
WISS CAROLINE HaSKINS
are cordially invited to inspect
specimens of her skill in her
reception room ai tne rear 01
Art Store and
120 Hotel St
Three supplementary volumes of the
"Dictionary of National Biography"
'Mil bo published In September and will
Include persons who died up to the day
of Queen Victoria's" death. An excep
tion Is made for George Smith, the pro
jector and publisher of the work, who
died last April.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the Board of fire Commissioners, Ho
nolulu fire Department, at their of
fice. Central Station, until 12 o'clock
noon October 8th, 1901, for supplylu-;
thu Department with a team of two
horses; these horncs to he sound and
active, weigh about 1500 lbs. each,
stand 17 hands high, age between 7
and 8 years old. and miint pass Insper
lion by tho Government Veterinary
Surgeon and meet tho approval of iIm
Chief rcnglnecr after two weeks' trial:
delivery to be made within CO dnjs -titer
notification of ncioptante of tendo-.
Tho Commissioners reserte the
right to reject nn or all bids.
K. It O. WALLACK.
Secretary Board ot Commissioner.
Honolulu fire Department.
At th: er.tMn:
to the Famous
I.10 Vallev. and
easy access to
volcano In the
for Tourists and
ISLAND OF MAUI.
The undersigned, M. A. Oonsalve.
as administrator of the estate of A
C. Pestann, deceased, by virtue of an
order made and Issued by the Hon
ornblc George D. Gear. Second Judze
of the Circuit Court of the First Clr
cult. Territory of Hawaii, In Probata
nt Chambers, authorizing and licens
ing the said administrator to sell ail
the real estate belonging to the said
estate, hereby gives notice thnl ne
will sell at public auction, to the high
esi bidder, at the salesroom of Jaim-4
P. Moigan. No. 65 Queen street. In Ho
nolulii. Island of Oahu, Territory of
Haw-all, on Saturday, the 28th day of
September. A. D. 1901. at 12 o'clock
noon, all of that parcel of land with
Improvements thereon situate In. Ho
nolulu aforesaid, and popularly' de
That certain lot or parcel of land
bounded mauka by home of John On
derklrk. Walklkl, by property of W.
II. Iloogs makal, by Knos lane, and
Kwa by Maklkl street, lying opposite
to property of W. Ltshman and K.
Llshman. and particularly described
as follows, to wit:
All of that certain parcel of land sit
uate on the east side or Maklkl street
In Honolulu, Island of Oahu. fronting
,141 feet on said Maklkl street, with n
depth of 170 fe't, being a portion of
I Royal Patent No. 60.15, and containing
,an area or about 22,890 souare feet,
and being the same premises conveyed
to A. ('. Pestana by the following
deeds, to wit:
Deed of Manuel Knos. dated Septem
,ber 10th, 1888. and recorded In llbsr
112, page 244.
Deed of J. S. Mattos. dated Septem
ber 10th. 1888, and recorded In llb-?r
112, page 24
A portion of the land described In
the deed of J. 8. Mattos. dated July
18th. 1895, and recorded In liber IS),
All recorded In the office of tho
Registrar of Conveyances In Honolulu
Said sale belna- stthect to confirm 1-
tlon of the said Court.
Terms cash In U. S. Gold Coin.
Deed at the expense of the pur
chaser. for further Information apply to the
undersigned administrator, or at the
office of said James f . Morgan.
Dated at Honolulu. Sept tltb. 190..
M. A. GON8ALVE8.
Administrator of the KsUte of A. C.
I. M. LONG.
Attorney for Administrator.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of TIIK
first Circuit. Territory of Hawaii, at
Chambers, In Probate In the matter
or the Estate of S. L. Kamaka, late
ot Walanae, Oahu. deceased On read
ing and filing the petliton and ac
counts of tho administratrix with the
will annexed nf the estate of said de
ceased, wherein she asks that her ac
count be examined and approved, and
that n final order.be made of distribu
tion or the property remaining In her
hands to the persons thereto entitled,
nnd discharging her from all further
responsibility ns such administratrix.
It Is ordered that frlday, the 18th div
of October, A. D. 1901, at 10 o'clock
a nt., at the court room of the said
court at Honolulu, Island of Oahu. Im
ml the same hereby is appointed is
the time and place lor hearing said pe
tition and accounts, and that all per
sons Interested may then and there
appear and show cause. If any thct
have, why the same should not be
granted, and may present evidence as
to who are entitled to tho said prop
Honolulu, Sept. 7th, 1901. 1
By the Court:
1937 Sept. 9. 16.23,30.
Prof, J. II. Amine, violinist and
teacher, who has been suffering from
a severe attack of typhoid fever at the
Queen's Hospital, Is convalescing and
will meet Intending pupils at the homo
of Mr. Wm. fraieo. Vineyard
street, near hospital. Telephone nitin
Leam to draft your own patients.
Now Is your tlmo to get Instruction
to uso tho celebrated McDowell system
of garment cutting, for particulate
apply to MRS. A. M. MOLLIS.
Agent for the Hawaiian Territory.
Honolulu. Sept. 18, 1901.
1031 fort stieet, upstairs; 'Phorn
BUie 3061. 1945-lw
THE HAWAIIAN LABOR BUREAU
Will engage laborers In the Hawaiian
Islands and furnish them to planta
tions. 'Individuals, firms or corpora
tions. Will undertake contract work
and furnish experienced and reliable
contractors. Orders promptly at
tended. Telephone 230 Main. P. O. box 877.
Office room 307. Judd building, fort
street, Honolulu. 1924-lm
PAHTH-S DESIRINfi TO PURCHASE
Horses ani Mules
can do toby a Dpi vlng
by letter to Ihe : s :
Hiimunla Sheep Station
Have horses on b.wj to suit anv and all
R. W. JONES Winder.
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