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Entlro now stock of lie rcllubla
CLEVELAND CHAIN WHEELS Just
llujsone Willi choice of Tlies Saddle,
No hotter talue er oiT red In 111c y
ilcs tlinn this
HALL & SON, Ltd:
KIILERS' HLOCK, PORT STREET.
GEO. A, MARTIN, Tailor, Boston Building.
Ill f III
Honolulu May Remember
JAMES ENRIQUT AND
OLD YANKEE CLIPPERS
Waterfront Statistician Keeps Posted
on Marine Records Scrap
Book Covers Half a
Thro Is a man In Honolulu who, as.
a boy. forty-three jcars ago, nuule his
first trip to sea aboartl tin- famous Am
erican clipper ship Dreadnat'ght, when
that remarkable ossel made her ninld
en 0)age from New York to Liverpool
covering a distance of 3017 miles In U
rfa ami 8 hours, and that man Is
Janien Enrlght, who has ritlied fiom
a life on the ocean warn to enJo thu
lalanco of Ills dajs ashoie In Hut
Paradise of the Pacific
James Emlght was bom In li eland
In IS-!" and became a tltlzcn of thu
United Stales In ISM It was In 1839,
whtn the Drcadiiaiight was launched ,)
thnt Knrlght. then a lad of twclw
yvaiH. made the tilp with the speedy
clipper m roi- the Atlantk.
She was a magnificent ship and Hn
right neer tires of telling of bei nt
conipllshuiuits. Todn) ho ran tell of
her t-ry grate nnd beautj ; of her
great single topsails; of the llery rtd
cio.'s on her foil topsail, and how tho
same of tho esscl stood out bold and
big on that snow-white spiead ol
The clipper ship Dreadnaugbt w.u
built In 1So9 at Neubuopoit .Muss,
by William Currier and Jnnies Town-!
lenj, on the older of Goicrnor E. D
Morgan. Captain Samuels, her mnster,
Her most remarkable trip across tlia
Atlantic was accomplished the eiir
the was launched, 1860, when she ran
rem Sandy Hook to Queuistown, .1
dlstnnce ot 27C0 miles, In 9 tlas and 17
hours. Her best day's run was Slit
The Dreadnaugbt was a wonderful
ship. She was often called "the wild
ship of the Atlantic" and similar
Tames. In IStiO she bent a Canard
steamship, the Canada, at loss the At
lantic by a whole da)
This famous easel was 200 feet be
tween perpendiculars and 217 feet on
deck. She had a benm of 40 feet and
was 2C feet deep. Her gioss tounngo
was 1113; her net tonnage, 1227. Sbs
was a trifle broad for a (Upper ship,
but this helped her to stand up under
a press of canvas where a ousel of
lesser breadth would dig her nose deep
In tho fmm
i ,t.K5 .,!. r.,..i..i.. ii...i -...
1U wu ...v ..... ...... hv nutivu l.uill
Honolulu to New Uedford, Mam., a dis
tance of 13,470 miles, In 82 days. Now
vessels would think nothing ot occupy
ing from 120 to 150 days on euch a voy
age. Ten years after she was launched, In
1SC9, when the whole maritime world
was marveling nt tho lecords of ths
lemarknble clipper, the Dieaduaught
was wrecked on Cape Penas, to the.
northeastward of the Island of Terra
del Fucgo, while bound from Liverpool
for San Francisco. She carried a trevv
of thirty-four at the time of her loss,
Including the stewaidess and her child,
Tliu llrpfiilnmiplil wna itlleil nn tn
IndeOf nclenre Il.iv. .Inlv 4. l.'nr npr
two wieks the trew managed to keep
tnul and body together on nhell Huh,
suffering terribly from tfio cold.
The Norwegian batk. Genrial Illicit.
rescued the tastnwajs, however, and
once" more they saw their homes. Num. i
bers of the unfortunates were com
pelled to suiter the loss of fingeis nnd
toeg by amputatlou, ns the result of
Janus Enrlght Is a statistician. Ho
carries In his bead tho rccoid runs of " '
all the old clipper ships between tho Tho highest of the noted health te
Atlamlc and Pacific coast ports of sorts of California, m In the San Ja
North America. He can nlso tell of clnto mountains, at elevation ob of 8000
what the clippers have done on other and 9000 fi-tt.
I inns and tin ie Is er little that he Inn
not gai lit ml In the wn of Infoi illa
tion concerning this famous thus til
old-time sulllng veRstl.
mong his valuables James Emlght
boasts a s. tap-book, full of miles and
lipping wlih ti tells all about tlin
wrctks and vnr)lng fortunes , ,
launching, reiords. dlmuislons.
wruks nnd vai)lng fortunes of suites
of cssels. old and new. Ills notes
cocr half n tentui of the doings o
wind nnd wood anil tell nlso much ol
the present day's accomplishments In
the way of steam and steel.
Knrlght Is an old sailor who hat
sailed on the seven seas of the eartlf
main a time and oft. He has been In
many ships and. even now, can Kite the
date of the beginning of au vo)ngc he
eer made, the distant c tocred on
that vo)nge. the time spent nt sea, the
best day's run and many other point
of Intel est
If )ou mil uuoss a talllsh, qulck-
speaking, stioiig-fcatiircd. shaip-e)cd
sailor-man. who looks foil) -(He, but
Is really ten )oais oblei, sulhbllni;
hastily In a note-book nnd utterly
oblivious to his dinner gtttlng told on
the lestauinnt table, im inn) la with,
that dii ale In the picsencc of Janus
i Enrlght nnd that he Is Jutting down
'the latest moid of the fastest trims-
Atlantic liner oi the dimensions ol i
the most tcicutl) hiumhcil wlndjain
i mei l:iu Igbt k eps posted on all these
I things nil the tltne nnd bU snap book
Is growing da) li da.
' Enrlght fit ft tame to Honolulu In
IM.i; In the Ameiltaii whaling bail.
iP.ulflt of K.ii? Iluiboi. 1. I. Captain
I'm nth, master.
I In July, I Mil'.. Emlght was ship
Iwictktel tin Hi tiling inland He ie-
! turned to Honolulu In Novcnibci ol
I the same )oar He then lemalneil in
tills illy foi a iiiuple of Jc.irs, vvn.'c-
Ing for Cnptnlu J M Oat. sailiu.iUi r,
and f.illiei of PoHtimixtct Oat.
Knrlght follow it the sea 'fur our
tuont) jt-ais belli,! eiigagttl most ot
the time in the toasting trade lie
made mall ti ages betw ten San I'l.in
olsto and Honolulu He lias often wy
nged with Captain I'lillei, the pirsent
hni hoi master at this puit
The following ale a few of
letoids of illppei ships, as shown
James Enrlgbt's seiap-book:
Diiailnuugbt. I Ml.', Sandy Hook to
Qiieeuslown, 271.0 miles. ! das, 17
lion t h
l'llug Cloud. 1S.-.1. V'.ZVj statute
miles In 24 hours, on 11111 fiom New
York to San Francisco, tllstnnie ol
I 13,(110 milts occupying 89 clajs and 18
I Sovcielgn of the Sciih. 1S51, New
I York to San Finnclsco. Iu2 das
1 irouilet.il ihijH spent lying to off Val
I Scneielgn of tho Seas, 1S52, Hunolu
hi to New York, 85 dajs.
' Soteielgn of the Seas, 1SEJ. baiiks
of Newfoundland to Hie Meisoy, r.Vi
1 Sovereign of tho Seas. 1S.VI, San
FiiiiicIhco to New Voile, dining this
I oyngo hIiii toteied t.24.1 miles in 2J
da)s, uti uxtuige of 2)3 9 miles pet il,i.
Host dnj'x let onl 011 this ti ip noon to
noon, 419 miles. 'I he Kowielgu of tho
Seas once made as man) as 137 miles
In 21 hours.
I Natchez, Canton lo New Y01 1, ii
Flying Diilthman, 1852 nnd 1s,"3,
New York to San Fiaiiclsio ami ie-
I turn, 27,220 miles, 202 da)8. Golden
Clate to Cape Horn, (.38(1 miles
n--.l t-l...l IOCI U. 1-. ...,!.,.,. ...
) OUUC 1 lu.., ,ou,i, ,-,,1,1 i itiiivin.u i,
New York. 73 tla)s. ,
j Lightning. 1854, lloston to Liver
pool, 13 da) s.
I Comet, l.lerpool to Hongkong, 13,-
1 040 miles, 84 days.
I Red Jacket, Sandy Hook to l.lvei
pool, 13 claju, 11 hours and 25 minutes.
Red Jacket, New Yoik to Slelljouine,
12,720 miles, 19 days and 11 hours.
I Andtew Jackson, New Yoik to San
Francisco, 80 da)s, 4 bonis
I Northern Light. Sail I'inni'lhto ta
Boston, 70 da)s, 8 boms.
! Noith Wind, The Don us to Poit
Philip Head, Aitstialln 12.5U0 mllis, 7
lumps names, Tlostoii to I.lvcipnol
12 da)s nnd 6 hours
Young America, Liverpool to San
Frundhto, 1J,800 miles, 9 das
Euterpe. New Yoik lo ('altutta, 12,
500 miles, 78 tin) a.
Ocean Telegraph, Cullao to lloston,
l'70 miles, 58 tla)R.
And so thu lecords inn, theio nro
only a few to bu found In Euilgbl's
ATHLETES TO TRY
FOR MANY PRIZES
(Continued from tinge .)
IV 120 Yard Hurdle
tst Heat Slnrtlng.
'I .mo. 2: 15 Sharp.
Knaloha (Knm.) 2
Cochttt (M, I.) 30
Tiolt (M. I.) 43
Tlnnie (Artl 44
Dickson (I A. C.) 81
2d Heat Stmt.
Time. 2:47 Sharp.
Millet (P. A. CM 0
Hnpil IP. A. C.I SI
llarbottle (Kain.) 55
Hainnuku (Knm.)' 03
Note Firsts and bcc
inula to inn In final.
V 1 Mile Run.
Starting Time, 2:50 Sharp.
. Id 1
. 14 2
. 15 3
. 18 4
. 28 6
. 3.1 (I
. 48 7
. 50 8
. 58 9
. 59 10
. 7.0 11
. 01 12
. 7fi 13
. 77 14
. 79 15
Allen IY. M. C. A.) ....
O Oss (Y. M. C. A.) ...
Drown ll'. A. CM
Sherwood (.M. 1.)
.loidnn IP A. C.)
Abraham (Knm )
Klntnld (P. A. CM
Mastkl, C. (Y. SI. C. A.).
W. TiuniB (P. A. C.) ....
Chilton (SI. I.)
Clntk (SI. I.)
Ilyerolt (P. A. C.)
Slaynll (Y. SI. C. A.) ..,
VI 120 Yard Hurdle
. (Final Heat.)
Stat ting Time, 3 p ill. Sharp
VII 440 Yard Dash.
Htnitlng Time, 3 15 p m.
Mnlobo (Knm.) ... 12 1
Sehnntk (P. A. C.) 19 2
Alameda ( l. I.) :ifl 3
Slnitnlllno (P. A. C.) 35 I
I'eir (Y SI. C. A ) Id 5
Tinkle (Art.) 44 (.
Soharsch (Kain ) ill 7
Punubti (SI. 1.) 74 8
(lllninn (P. A. CM 777 9
Williams (SI. I.) 78 ID
Crooks (SI. I.) Ml 11
VIII 220 Yard Dash.
Starting Time. 3-20 Sharp.
MeCorrlslon (SI. I.) 8 1
Plerson (Y. St. C. A.) ... 9 2
Slnnls (Art ) 10 3
Akaua (Knm.) 23 I
TnIor (P. A. C.) 29 5
Desha (Si. I.) 32 C
Kaulnkou (P. A. C.) .... 37 7
Hopkins (SI. I.) ;n s
Pn ( Knm.) 57 If
Slnnll (Y SI. C. A.) .. .77 10
IX 220 Yard Hurdle
1st Heat Starting.
Time 3.30 Sharp. '
! K.Miloha I Knm ) 2 1
1 Cockttt (SI. I.) 3rt 2
! Tinkle (Art ) 14 3
Dickson (V A. C I M I
'?d Heat Stalling.
Time, .1 3.". Shurp.
. Knmanalui (Knm.) 13 1
Dole IP A ('.) 31 2
I IttiblliMin (I A. ('.) 41". 3
Pa (Knm ) 67 f
'Id Heat Stinting '
I Time. 3.40 Slim p.
Il-ipiil IP A. CM :,1 1
lllnrbutllu iauiii) 5. 2
Wllllaiusoii (P. A. CM ... lirt 3
Note -I'lists and ht-tonds to 11111 In
X Final In 220 Yard Hurdle.
Stalling Time. 1 p. nl. Sump
XI 1 Mile Relay Race.
(4 men to inn 1-1 mlTc eat b )
Slait Time I in slinip
Kamehameha learn Nn.
St bin sth . . 1,1 I
Pa ... .
P. A. C. Team No.
llalley . (jo
H) croft 71;
Y, M. C. A. Team No.
I. Ilergfl 39
O. Oss 15
Malle lllma Team
J. Andeihon . , , . .
t .ink .
Hopkins , .,
QPAT riFriQinMilK pmtloii of the Biime," will meot
OL.ni UL.UIQ1U1X t n. uffice ol tho High Sbeilff, In
, ' llonolulii. Island of Ouhu, and thencti
I (Continued rrom pa:e 1,1 utljum n to Iho sito ol the proposed
, , " rotulwa), thero to Inspect and exam
Judge .ear tout hides "The 'seat' ,(,. Mlt, locality and nsrei tain all
of defiiidnnt lulk sliould ho sold byitncls as ma) hat- a biuilng on" tho
tho piesldcnt of thu llxilinnge. as matter.
tiiis(co for the aloresald two dedlt All peisons In any way whatsoever
,ors and snld I-nil. nml nfler imimml! i .. . , ,.
I , ,, . -,: . ,, - "
,of said two t rtnlltois tne snld president
Miuiini pay irom me iminnce ot tliiMuresent nt such time and nlnoe. thero
prorctds, If nny, the said siini or $1911"
lo plaintiff herein, nny balance n
mnlnlng to bo applied ns set foitb In
thu l tiles and I emulations of Iho Ex
change. Ho will bo enjoined rrom
selling It oxiept bubject to stich Hen."
The shipping frateihll) nlong Hono
lulu's fiout wen) much tickled and de
lighted this morning whin they learn
ed fiom tho Advertiser that a "subter
innenn valley" bail been dlbcoveiod
by tho United Stales Fish Commission
fleamei Albatross between Sloloknl
"Sublennnenn alley, is It?" itimailt
id un old Hk.pper lu the ship chand
ler's on CJueeu street, bursting Into a
fit of hearty laughter "Hubteiinnt-nii
Valley, Is It? Why, that reminds mo
of tho time I climbed a siibteiraneau
moiintali and fell fiom tho top of it
tlnwii into a submarine lake. I wonder
.vhat brand of dopo tho Advuitlscr wu
icrfiont reporttjr had been using when
bo Invented valleys under the earth.
Subteiianoan valleyf Wow!" And
i-u old skipper neatly had a fit.
Tho longest huibo car lino in the
world runs 50 odd miles out of lluenou
2 n s 2
p m (,
a m m p
I It l 6 '8 Qoj 44'
i I ' I
lour lit filial
Wednesday P t' t 8 ii6icSit
I I I I
Thwiday lo nji! . $? to 44 a. m
P.Mbx .... It ?. .1 . am n .,
-.,,., ,. . ... - .-
I 1 r m
Sturiy n 1 H t 8 6toncft?;
I I I I I
5uBly it' SiSit? 1 1 1 u6 .v 18
I I ' m P ln
Monday 11 0 19 1 fi 9 i i in
New mouii on the Sth nt 3 20 a, 111.
Tides from the United States Coast
nnd Geodetic Suncy Tables.
The tides at Knhiilut nnd llllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 30m
slower than Orccn wclh time, being
tnut of the meridian of 157.30. The
time whistle -.ows at 1:30 p. m., whlcn
Is tlin same as Greenwich, on 0m.
Slnsteis of vcsfcIs sailing from this
port for San Francisco will find thcro j
n urancn 01 mo u. a. iiyurusruii'Mt;
OHlco located In tho Merchants' Ex
change, whTO Is malntnlncd for their
benefit free of charge, completo sets
of charts nnd directions of tho world.
Latest Information can be obtained re
garding llghtB, dangers to navigation
nn dnll matters of Interest to ocean
Weatbei lluieaii, Punaliou Apiil II.
Temperature .Morning minimum,
til, Mldd.i iualmiim, 80.
Ilaromtttr at 9 a. nj. 30 02 llghtl
Dow Point C2F.
Ilnnildliy at 9 a 111. fit per tent
Friday, April 11.
Str lames Slakee Tullett, fiom Ka
pan with 2000 bags of sugar, nt 8 a. m.
Str. Slaun.i l.nn, Slmerr,n, from
.Maui and Hawaii ports with 95C3 bags
of sugar at 5:55 a. m.
Str. Nllbau, Thompson, fiom Ilnna-
maulu. with 5584 bags ot sugar; nt
C-35 11. m.
Thursday, April 10.
Str. Sllkiihnla, Gregoiy, for Elecle,
Slakawell, Walmea nnd Kekaha; 5 p.
Trldny, -Vprll 11.
Am. bgtnc. Consuelo, Jacobsen, for
Paget Sound In ballast ,at 10 u m.
Sthr. Ka Slol, for Paaullo, at 9 a. m
F. S. A. T. Sheildan, Plene. fin .Ma
nila with tioops.
Str. Klnau, Fieeman, from llllo and
wii) ports, nt 1 p. 111.
C.-A. S. S. Aoiangl fiom Vantoinei
Sir KiMtilioil, .Mosher. foi Kllauea.
nt I 11. m.
Fiom Hawaii and .Maul ports, per
Mi, Slaunti I.0.1, April 11 Sirs. Isbi
kiiwa, Dr. A Wall. Mm. W. A. Wall
and chllil. .Mis. SI. Allan, I). Kalpa.
P. 51. Snodgrasi, A. A. Wilder, J. Hen
ibpits. Sister l)oiiaentura. Sister Anl
rlll, SI. A. Tnwues and 58 deck.
Fiom Knjiaa, per str. James Sinker,
Apillll A C Hoi ner. Chen Kee, wife
I'lid tblld, .Mis SI Souza nnd children
and i! dot I.
Weekly edition of the Bulletin $1
Nolle t- Ik ht'ieby given that Chun
l.eu has puifliased the busliii-ss, 11 x
tiiies and stock of the Huzclwood -Market
Compaii) fiom A. W Judd, nnd
will tnii) on thu business under tho
same name ami at tne same place Sir.
Jiicui assumes all liabilities ol tho i
business IniMiiied pi lor to Apill 1st,
l'JUJ. ('bun Slon Km. whose name ap-1
Ipenit-d In u foimer uotlie as a Joint,
j putt baser with Chun I.en, bus no in-)
. teiest in said business, and is nut con
netted with It lu any wa
CHUN l.EN. I
I ALLAN W JUDD. j
21 111 Apr. 11. 12. 14.
i NOTICE Is lieieby given that upon
H,tlunlav. Aptll 19, A D. 1902, at 10
lo'tlotk a. m a July duly drawn anil
btibpoonaed "lu ie wfTienlng uf Waikl
kl ltoad, fiom tho Junction of King
btrect to Knnlolaul Paik. nnd cbani:-
iwmriiicii III Uio HIIU.U IIIVllllUIIL'U llll-
piovument me therefore notified to bo
to be heaid by tho Jury In relation to
Uiu proposed Improvement.
A. SI. DROWN,
High Sbeilff Tcnltory or Hawaii.
2J19-April 11, 12, 14. ID, 10, 18.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Fhst Circuit, Tenitor) of Hawaii. At
Chambers, In Probate. In tho Mattel
of the Estnto or I'lla Slanuahl, lato or
Puiilon, Oahii, Deceased. Intestate. Pe
tition having beeu llled by Siaiiunhl,
father of said Intestuto, pricing thnt
l.etteis or Aelmlulstiatlnn upon said
estnle be Issued to him, notice Is hert
by glvtn thnt Friday, tho ifith day of
.May, A I) 1V02 nt in o'clock a. ni
lu the Judicial) numllng Honolulu,
Is appointed the time nnd place
tot healing said petition, when nnd
, ivbero nil porsons (imceined mny up
I pear and show cause, it any they have
iwny said 1'itltlon should not bo giant-
Honolulu, Ouhu, Apill 10, 1902.
II) older of the Cum t :
A. G. KAULUKOU,
Robertson & Wilder, Attorneys loi
2119 April 11, 18, 25, .May 2
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the largest ana best pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
A profusion of attractive watUlugs comprising all the popular
weaves Is here. Tasteful patterns la washable fabrics, some In strong
cloths, some In tho nlways desirable medium w elshts, and many gauzy
tissues apparently created for Hi Mi.
An extensive lino of patterns fir men's shirts, the colors best
known to the art. SVe nro making a special display ot these goods
Iaidles who hae not the tlm or the Inclination to make waists
should bear In mind the "Goi.du Shirt Waist" undoubtedly the larg
est stock eer shown this far from Ken York. We sell Gelslia Waists
at Eastern prices.
We are opening this week a larg line ot trimmings Galoons,
Hands, Insertions, Allovors, In Chilton, Venlse, Arabian and Swiss,
nlso new Toscnn Nets nnd Fan-, Veilings.
BUTTER SUIT YOU?
Has It got a moldy, back-number,
ngd sort ot smell that takes away
jour appetite for that thick. Juicy
steak jou woull have otherwise en
joyed t Tho
CRYSTAL SPRING BUTTER
we sell will create an appetite not
take it away, Dtter than any spring
tonic made. P u pure, sweet and
fresh as a daisy
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 45
F-'or Wont Column See Page Six
TO LET Very d siruble furnlBlW
loom. prlnt tamil) nt (157 Dur--tnnls
St. iluet diois nb'0o Power
FOR SALE Fiisttlass big t!riViim
boise. r) gentlf, broke In si M1 -too.
Atldrc-s I. S, this office.
FOR SALE A light road tart and
harness tlnap II II this off:
And Every Evening This Week Except
FAMILY MATINEE SATURDAY
SATURDAY NIGHT AND MATINEE
Monday and Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday,
THE BANKER'S DAUGHTER
Mntlnce Prices, IB nml 25 cents
Seats Now on Snle.
Orpheum Popular Prices 25e, 50c, 75e
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Dox 553; TeJ Dlue 791; noon.
3, Snrrcknis IlulldlYwc.
P. H. Burnette
Real Estate and Conveyancing, Insur
ance and Collection, Notary Public.
Room 4, Mclntyre Building.
Mortgagee's Notice ol .Fore
closure and Sale.
la ac oidaiite with a power of balo
contained lu a eeitnln mortgngo made
by Jan.' Clark, of Honolulu. Island of
Oahu Terrltoiy ot Hawaii, to tho
Plon -r Dulldlng nnd Loan Association
ot Hawaii, dated September 29th, 1900,
nnd recorded at the Register Offlee,
Oahu in llbi-r 215 on pages 485 to 4m,
nolle-e i hrrc'-y given that said mort'
gage.- iiitt-nds to foiedo30 said molt
gage t. condition biokcu. to wit, non
payment 1 1 ptlnclpal, Inteicst, assess
ments and premiums when due; nnd
upon said foreclosme will sell nt pub
lic auction at the auction rooms of
James F Slorgan on Queen btreet,
Honolulu aforesaid, on Monday, tne
7th dav ol April, 1902, at 12 o'clock
uooa of said da), the piemlses de
scribed in said moitgage, namely:
All those tlnee ceitaln parcels of
land known as Lots 11, 12 and 13 of
tho premium funnel ly occupied by tho
late William Ruckle, sltualo at Kama
kela ln said Honolulu, and thus pound
ed and doscrlbed'
First Lot 11 Commencing at East
corner ot tals lot on mnkal side or
road and running:
N. Si)' 10 W. ttue 91 feet along road
23 feet vldi
S i. 15' W true 38 3 feel nlong L. C.
i Award 724 to Kelliokaloa
S 04' ZV W tiuo li3 8 feet along same
S. fi' 13' W. tine 12.3 feet along same
S CO 4 1' E cine C. leet actoss held ol
1" W. tine 21. feet along lane
T E tiuo 1CS. feet along Lot
12 to initial point
and containing an area of 20-100 acre.
Second Lot 12' Commencing at
the rsorth corner of this lot on maknl
bide of road 23 feet wide nnd running:
9. 36' 10' E. tine 73. feet along road
S. 53' 50' W. tine 233. feet along Lot 13
10' W. ttue 4 5 feet nlong lanu
j ftrut wide
13' E. ttue 90. feet along lane
30' E. tine 1G8. feet along Lot
11 to initial point
and containing nn mea ot 317-1000
Third Lot 13: Commencing at the
North corner of tnts lot on makal side
of road 25 feet wide nnd running:
S. 3d 10' B true 73 feet along road
S 53' GO' W true 228. feet along Lot 1 1
N. 80' u' W. tin.. 3C.3 feet ulong Inne
5 fet wide
N. 13 13' W. true 33.5 feet nlong lane
N. 53 30' E true 233. feet nlong Lot
12 to initial point
nnd containing an nrea of 413 1000
All of which being portions of tho
land contained in Ilo)al Patent 1983
based on Land Commission Award C243
lo Kalaeokekol tor Kalaklul.
The above fou'closuro and balo has
been postponed at tho request of the
.Mortgagor until MONDAY, APRIL
11th. 19'iS at TWELVE O'CLOCK
PIONEER Ill'ILDINO AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION OF HAWAII.
11) Its Attorney ,
A ,G. SI. ROBERTSON.
Dateel Honolulu. April 7. 1902
2033 Slaich 14 21, 28. Apr 4. 11
China has imported this )e.u nioie
bottles of beer fiom Germany than
any other counti) In the world. The
presence of the Get man army Is held
In pait responsible foi this.
-wvry fa lf9 ,i
65 Queen St.
COTTAGE on Emma Square, 3 bed
rooms, parlor, dining room, pantry,
kitchen nnd bath. Rent $40 per
month. Apply to Jas. F. Morgan, 65
COTTAGE on Garden lane. Parlor,
dining room, 2 bedrooms, kitchen,
pantry and bath.Rent $35 per month.
Apply to Jas. F. Slorgan, 05 Queen
TWO STORY HOUSE In the Sic-
Cmtliy Hart, Heretanla street, be
tween Pllkol nnd Kecaumoku streets.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
65 Qiieeu St
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