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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T.. FUIDAY, JULY 18, 1902.
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NOTICE, REPUBLICAN PRECINCT
CLUBS, FIFTH DISTRICT.
Each precinct club shall meet at
7:30 p. m. on tho second Friday, 13tQ
of June, and shall then mako nomina
tions for officers of tho club. On tho
fvurth Friday, 27th of June, they shall
meet at tho same hour and elect offi
cers for tho ensuing two years.
On tho fourth Friday, 25th of July,
they shall meet nt tho same hour and Achce) trading as Wong Fook Chan of
ruako nominations for members of tho llnlckll. South Konn. Hawaii, Tcrrlto
Dlftrlct Committee and Delegates to ry of Hawaii, as Mortgagor, to C. II
tho TcrrtTbrlal Convention to bo voted Akl, of Kau, Hawaii, as Mortgagee, nnd
for at a primary to bo held on tho first recorded In tho Registry of Convoy
Saturday, 2d of August, between tho ances, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii
hours of 2 and 8 o'clock p. m. jln Liber 221 on pages 228 and 229, the
Officers nnd members of tho several Mortgngee Intends to forecloso the
jreclnct clubs of tho Fifth District snld .Mortgage for condition broken.
will pleaso seo that tho abovo calls are
carried out. 15. II. CARTER,
, Chairman Fifth District Committee
V. J. COELHO. Secretary.
Republican Voters, Second
All Republican voters, residing In
l,e Second Precinct, 'Fourth District,
nro earnestly icquestcd to cnll and
enroll as members of l"o Precinct
Club. Membership lolls may be eUn
cd at the offices of J. II. Fisher & C..
(ear, Lansing & Co., or with tho un
dersigned. Only members of the various Pro
' clnct Clubs aro eligible (o take part In
tho Republican primaries to bo held
shortly. T. H. PETIUE,
Secretary Second Precinct, Fourth
District, Republican Club.
I will not bo responsible for dehli
contracted by my wife. ANNIE DE LA
CRUZ PETER, on and after this due,
as she has left my bed and board.
2200 3t JOE PETER.
At tho adjourned annual meeting of
rtho Dulletln Publishing Co, Ltd.. held
July 1G, 1902, tho following offfcers
were elected to servo during tho ensu
W, R. Farrlngton Pretlderit
F. J. Cross Vice President
J. L. Rockwell Secretary
A. V. Gear Treasurer
L. de L. Ward Auditor
The above constitute the board of di
rectors. J. L. ROCKWELX,
Dulletln Publishing Co., I.' (I.
Honolulu, T. H.. July 17th, 1902.
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Drays for Freight
Our representative mets all Incom
Ing steamers from tho Coast, and if,
check baggage on all outgoing stean
White and Black San For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin, HI
King street. Tel 86.
W. LARSEH, M'fr.
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal,
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viumu Hireet, Honolulu.
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facing tno greatest crisis of his Judl
clal career. His wife had been gradu
ated a law) or, and In a few days she
is to argue an Important caso beforo
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MORTGAGEE'S NOTIGE OF IN
TENTION OF FORECLOS
URE OF SALE.
Notice Is hereby given that pursu
ant to the Power of Sale contained In
that certain mortgage dated March
cth, 1001. mado by W. Ah Chec (W.
to wit, non-pajment of principal and
Interest when due.
Notice Is likewise given that the
property coin eyed by snld Mortgage
will b. sold at Public Auction nt the
auction rooms of James F. Morgan,
Queen street, Honolulu, on Saturday,
the "fith ilav nf Jnlv. 1902. nt 12 noon.
Tne propcrty covered by said mort
gage consists of all that certain build
inir nml Ita nnnnrtnnnnnna nltuntn nnd
Mng , UaMM SoMh Kona 1!nwaIi
i Territory of Hawaii, now and from the
.erection thereof used by snld Mortga
gor as Btorc and residence.
Together with all tho rights, ease
ments nnd privileges thereto belonging
C. II. AKI,
I)y W. J. YATES, bis attorney In fnct.
Terms cash; deeds at expenso of
For further particulars apply to
HARRY T. MILLS.
Attnrcy for Mortgagee.
Dated Kealakckua, Hawaii, July 1st
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
Under nnd by vlrtuo of a certain ex
edition Issued out of the Circuit Court
ot tho First Circuit of tho Territory ol
Hawaii, on tho 12th day of June, A. D.
1902. fti tho matter of C. K. Al ct al..
doing bifslnoss ns the Chin Sank Well
Company vs. Y. Atoy, Chun Poy Fat,
lice Ten. Yee Fnt and Y. Anln, co part
ners doing business as Kwong Chong
Wnl Companj-, I have, on thlB 24th day
of June, A. D. 1902, levied upon nnd
shall expose for salo and sell nt pub
lic auction, to tho highest bidder, i1
the police station, Kalakaua Dale, Ir
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory ol
Hawaii, at 12 o'clock noon oi Sntitr
day. tho 2Cth day of July, A. I). 1002.
unless tho Judgment and cost of cxecu
tlon amounting to one thousnnd two
hundred and forty-eight and 85-100 dol
lars, Interest, costs nnd my expenses
nie previously pnld, all tho right, title
and Interest of tho snld Kwong Chong
Wnl Company In and to nil Hint prop
erty mentioned In that certain mort
gage mndo by tho said Kwong Chong
Wnl Co. to Young Anln, dated May
15tli, A. D. 1S99, and recorded In the
Iteglsliy Office, In snld Honolulu, ill
liber 220, pngo 319; nnd also all the
right, title and Interest ot snld Yoni
Anln In and to said mortgage.
chas. r. cHiLLiNowoitrn,
Deputy Sheriff Tunltory ot Hawaii
2183 Juno 25; July 2, 10. IS, 23.
When You Want a Rig
RlNQ UP TIM
LIVERY B0ARD1NQ and
I I J : : 618 FORT 8TRKd
Stable 'Phono. 109 Main.
Hack Stand, 'Phonos 319 ond bo.
C. H. DELLINA.
M. P. BERTELMAN'S
IS - MOVUD
To rear ot old stand. Entrance ca
King street Orders left at either akei
or office at John Nott's store, Klaf
ttreat, will receive prompt attentloa.
Recorded July 5, 1902. I
Mrs. P. P. Knnon to Ah Limn &
Co,; lease: fish pond, Uc, Alekiwo ,
and Nluw ale, sea fishery of Nlmnln (
nnd N'nwMlwlll. I.lhue Knunl: tti.
years ot $330
Hook 240, page 15,
ed May 8, 1897.
Recorded July 7, 1902.
Bank of Hawaii, Limited, to I'raurh
M. Hatch; release; portion of K, P
5CC7, Ap. 3, Kapun, Walklkl. HonoluM,
Oahu; $20,000. Hook 182, page 4tT.
Dated July 7. 1902.
Hank of Hawaii, Llmittd, to V. ".
Aciil; partial ' relenpe. Iota 8 and !t.
block K. Knlulanl tract, Honolulu, O.i
hu; $150. Hook 237. page 220, Dated
June 27. 1902.
Ilnnlt nt tlnu-nll T.lmltor! tn l ('
Acht: partial release: i(.ts 7 and 0.1
....... , n I
knlulanl tract, Honolulu. u.i-
, . . .... ,
. Book 237. page 221. DMcd
Tilly 7, 1902.
Charles Blake and wife to M. A. Tie
go; mortgage; plecp land of Illalc'a
estate. Koloa, Kauai, $504. Book 2,'I7.
page 223. Dated June 20, 1902.
Robert Clark to M. W. Tschudi;
mortgage; lot 20 In Palama tract, Ka
palama, Honolulu, Oahu; $300. Doo'c
23G. page 270. Dated July 3, 1902.
Ethel Akl and husband to Hcniy
Kuhlmnnn; mortgage, portion of II. I'
7411. Kill. 3229, Ap. 2. $700. Book 2.17,
page 222. Dated June 25. 1902,
Recorded July 8, 1902.
J. II. Schnnck and wife to Joseph
A. Lucas; deed, lots 20 and 5, block II
of Kill. 85. Nuuanu Valley. Honol.ilu.
Oahu; $550. Book 238. page 95. Dat
ed May C. 1902.
8. E. Lucas to J. A. Lucas; deed-
lots 1 and 2, In block B, ot Kill. 85. Nil
nanit Valley. Honolulu. Oahu; $1. Hook
238. page 97. Dated June 26. 1902.
Chas. 8. Desky and wife to Mnniri
J. dc Gouvea; duel, lots 1. 2 anl 5.
block II. Villa Franca addition, Id n,
Hawaii; $575. Book 238. page 98. Dat
ed August 28. 1899.
Manoel J. de fiouvea to M. da S.
Canaru; deed; lots 1. 2 and 5, block It,
VTlln Franca addition, Hllo, Hawaii;
$S00. Book 238, page 99. Dated July
Dowsett Co., Ltd.. to I'nlteil Sttiti
of America; deeTT. iS 88-100 acres lard.
Pearl Harbor. Ewa. Oahu: $2400. 11 ...
238, page 100. Dated April 23, 1902.
A. W. Carter, et al . trusties, to
t'nlted States of America, deed;
4SSS-190 acres land, Pearl Hurbiir,
Ewa, Oahu: $1. Book 238 page 10J
Dated April 20, 1902.
Luiikla Kaauwal and husband ct :n.
to Ann Hnnale; deed; portion Ap .1
it Orant 130, and piece land. Wnlr. I,
Ewa. Oahu; $3. Book 238. page 103.
Dated April 21. 1902.
Maria et al to Ljdla Kaauwal; ex
change deed: portion Ap 3 of Cliimt
130 nnd one-fourth acre land. Wain i,
Ewn, Oahu; $2. Book J3R. page lOT.
Dated April 21, 1902.
Luukln Kaauwal et al to Marlu et
al.1 exchange deed; Aps. JA and 'II!,
Orant 130, Walau. Ewa. Oaliu; $2.
Hook 238, paTe TOti. DateTl April 21,
Luukln Kaauwal ct al. to Kllllvb'-.o
(w); exchange deed, Aps 4A and ill,
Grant 130. Wnlnu. Ewa. Onhu, $2 no n;
238. page 107. Dated April 21, 1902
Peke (w): afflilav'.i. In re proper'y
of Opunul (w), deceased Book 2,!3,
page 292 Dated July 8, 1902.
John II Estate, "td . to United States
of America: deed; 24 5 arreS" land
rdn. s Island, Ewa. Oahu. $3000. Doric
234, page 495 Dated May 5. 1902.
Rebeccn Kua to lloopll Oliver, denl-
Interest In Grants 1307 nnd 2150, Ken
Hawaii; $35. Book 234 page 497. Dat
ed .May 22, 1902.
Oliver Kua to lloopll Oliver, djed;
Interest In Grant 1307 nnd 2150, Hlonnn
nnd HoruKnno, Kau, Hnwnll; $.V
look 234. page 49R. Dated uy .tl
Esther Kua to lloopll Oliver; deed;
Interest In Grants 13C7 and 2150, Kan,
Hawaii; ,S Book 234 i age 499. Dat
oil May 31. 1902.
J. AlfrecPTwagoon to David Dayton,
DY CONNIE MACK,
Manager of the Philadelphia Amerlcrn League Club.
Tom JliCarthy's nhenu to secuic a double pl whs tiltd in ,i gdni. bo
twetn llo.ton nnd Pitt.b'iri, wtihli was pliijcdiit the South finl (ii omuls at
lloston. The first and teiond b.itcs vveic ex cupli , nnd no one out Mm It.
then c-ntthing for Pittsburg bit the lull betvvien tcnti-r Held und lift. The bull
did not go vti (lop. .M.f'arthy tiuppi-d the ball, .mil iluotvliiK tn teionil
made the double )ila 'fb runner oil scennd did not lenve the bast though
the player lint Marted ftn b.ig No 2, vvlilth was the iiohm )I.ij to maUe
Whin he found be was out he stinted bud. Inwards flrn. Minllt who sup.
posed .McCarthy had in'.gbt the lull, started foi the hcnih. Tin fleli'n atonn
took In the bltuation. e Jied thn ball. and. walking to the beiuli torn licit
.Meirltt. putting tb" tntlr- stile out on lili jiIhj
The excitement v.un lnti-i,tp. Thw I'ltmbuig plnviH Inudl) piotcbted
McCniihy was i.-ilhd upon to explain tb play to the uuiilre. Tin' game wm
delaed many mlnune and fully 50 p:r i,nt of the spertntoik left tho
grounds that nlcbt. womkrlng how tlio play was made.
(Julie a number of toinB were won by tho llcnton Club In iiblng ibis play.
Tho Kulfi CommlttM- of thi National Liaguo lain- on adopted n mle which
prevented the execution of the play. When a My ball of this kind is scut up tho
umplie will call'out Infield fly.
While McCai thy ab the originator of this play, McAIecr was a splendid
Imitator, and often, worked It Hiicictsfull. This play can be made nt tho
present time, but not with the Mime amount of uuoss, nor uro the chances
of oucutlng It as good nt tbey were at that time. Courage on the p.ut of the
plaer Is necennry. and the only tlma to make the effoit Is when the scorn
Is a tie. Everything lb to le gained and rcull nothing lost bj the attempt,
but n good throwing outfitliltr should nt leabt make the effoit, and, If success
ful, he Is moie than rj.nld for bis work.
guardian; assignment of mortgage,
mortgage J. K. Kahookano on two
pieces land, North Kphala, Hawaii,
03. Dook 23C, page 272, Dated Maj
Chan Choon to Look Loy: bill ot
sate: onehnlf shares In Sun Kwooe;
Is'ni; Wnl Co Hnnnmautit. Knunl;
5 'on r.tmk 2.!.'i p-igi 2'2. Dated J.H.C
John II Estate. Ltd., to TnltH
States of America: resolution; to con
vey 24..", acres, Ford's Island, Kvv.i,
Oaliu. Hook 233, page 293. Dated Mr
Don silt Co.. Ltd.. to United States
,of Amerlia: resolution; to convey 41 SS
acres. Pearl Harbor, Ewa, Oahu. Hoolt
233, page 293. Dated April 23, 1902.
Yee Chong Co, to Chartered Bank nt
inuia. Australia and ininn. uy uu
, .!... no n i,i.,-
teo; assignment No. B008, fire claltns
- - 9,MM. ....,. ,.,. ,,. .
297i Dated July 8, 1902.
Recorded July 9, 1902.
R. N. Halstead. trustee, to Florcr.io
Harlan, release: lots 58 and 57, Puna
lion tract. Honolulu, Oahu: $1500
Hook 192, page 209. Dated June 30
C. Afong, by attorney, to C W
Booth; partial release; Ap. 1, of Kvl i
100"5, Ap. 1. of Kill. 273, R. P. 10.', '
Haiti, portion Orant 521, Kaluluul
drive'. Honolulu, Oahu, Book 237, page.
5. Dated July 8. 1902.
ing ejnong ti e;o. to iionoiuiu rian-
tatlon Co.: consent; to mortgig
leaseholds. Book 235, page 299. Dated
February 8. 1902.
W. L. Hardy to 8. W. Wllrnx,
mortgage; lots 2 nnd 2A. of Grant li::i!,
Kuwanonakoa, Honolulu, Oahu; $500.
Hook 237, page 220 Dated Juno t.
Ho I'on nnd wife to Too Shan Monv:
exchange de-ul; east portion lot 11.
King street tract. Honolulu, Oahu; $1.
Book 238, page 109 Dated July s,
Too Shan Mong to Ho Fon; ex
change deed, Interest In lot 21, Kina.
street tract. Honolulu, Oahu; $1. Hook
:S. page 109. Dated July 8, 1902.
W. C. Achl nnd vvl'e to K. Akakn:
deed, lot 2u. block 5, Knlulanl tract.
Honolulu. Oahu; $140. Bool: 23S, p-ego
1 10. Dated July 7. 1902.
K. Kamakaln et al. to 8. K. Kamu-
Kala, deed, Interest In bill land, Wnl
kanc Koolaupoko. Oahu, $3. Buck
23S. page 111. Dated July 8. 1902.
Naue and wife to Thomas Iloekfoil,
deed: one acre bill land of I'luniHlu,
Makawao. Maul; $1. Hook 238, pitgo
112. Dated February 2rt, 1902.
Lucy Lanl et al. to E. II. tlall-j .
lease. R. P. COOt. etc., Walehu, Mai;,.
seven jears at $tuo per annum IKnu
2u. page 17. Dated April. 1900.
E n. Bailey to Wnlluku Silgir
Co., assignment of lease; It. P t.u91.
etc.. Walehu. Maul Hook 210. k-lo
IS. Dated July 3, 1902.
Kalanl (k), by guardian, to E 11
llalley; lease: 3 75-luo aeres lau .
Oman, Walehu, Maul; seven jears at
$93.73 pt'jr annum. Book 210, page 19.
Dated April 7, 1900.
E. II. llalley to Walluku Sugar Co..
assignment of le-ase; pleee land Onino.
Walehu. Maul. Hook 210. page 20. Da-
ted July 3. 1902.
Annie Hall, by guaidlnn, to Clmrl
Peterson; release; portion Ap. 3.
of It. P. 1511, Kill. :;it2, Iwllel. Hono
lulu. Onhu. $1100. Hook 190 page 120.
Dated July 9, 192.
Kiiniihokunblwl and wife to Oiudo le
KotiHii. deed; 1 at ri land. WalnaUii,
Hllo. Hawaii. $250. Bool. 23S. niio
113. Dated Juno 25, 192
Mary I Brown to James Brown,
consent, to mortgage lenti'lioM In
book 2IS, page 311 for $13 000, V
Hefok 235. page Sou. Dated January I".
Tho I'nlti'il StatcH m.nr.l.ilnn over
1200 IlKhthousis, 41 light vessel. 172
Ftcain or hot-air fog signal. 221 sig
nals run liy clntkvvork, IT.", day or tin
lighted beacons, "" whistling Ijiiojs,
120 holt buo.vs and 1100 post lights on
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The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port aa he. .under: i
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ALAMEDA AUO. 8
SIERRA AUO. 20
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road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
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GENERAL AQENTS OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWtEN
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Beaver Lunch Rooms
Fort 8t., bet. Queen and Merchant
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
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European and American Dry Goods
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.tfi.o AM. aoi avtrr if nlauttf afttr till it tl
Cart l.art (or Palama ory at and j)o A M.
Can laa.t Palama (or Walklkl j i A M. ana tt
1 Blouiai till tiira, ttwn at io 15 and 41 p.a
Id. h if A. (rom Palama (or Punabou only aooa
to Walldxl on Saturday!.
Carl l.avt Fort and Klnc ttritticornif (01 Klttt
Ranca iijm and $ 10 A.M.
Can Itavt Fort and Klnr itr1 cornar (or Walklk
at 6 os A M. and every j mlnutu till ioosp.m.Rmci at
IO .land 11 iPM. The ll.lt P.M. ao.a to Walklkl
BERETANIA STREET AND NUUANU VALLEY.
Care leave Punahou St.kl. far Town . ia ..a
(or Toon and Valley all 40 j so 6 10 6 eo 6 ,0 t anl
Can leave Oehu Collere lor town and V.ll.v .
6 p I jo and t.io A.M and over) .0 minutes till to ..
p.n eicepi in. even Dour and naif, oour can walcl
run (rom the Suble
Can leave Nuuanu Valley at 6 .0 6 10 6 to A.M aae
every i. mlnulee thereafter till 10 so P.M.
Can leave Fon and Queen alreett (or Punaboi
Collate at 6 os 0 es 6 is A M and every 10 ratnatea
after till s 41 P.M. Alter that the cart run to Oa
SUble up ton s.P.M,wblchlatbelaltcar(romTovs
reachlat the Stable at n:o p.m.
Telephone to All Parts of the blind.
rVEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. Q. KENRIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
19 the Volcano or the Mountains,
An excellent chance la offered (ox
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauna uof
at Kallua and take passengers OTsrlane
to Uookena, where the steamer la mrA
O. R. & L. Co.
from and after January 1,
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A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M
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.10) git tl 40 1.7 ISO
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r O. BMITII, Qen'l Pass. & Ticket Aft.
Q. p. DMNIBON. Superintendent
6ct of 5 maps, $2.00
BO CENTS EACH
On sal. at office ot , . .
THE . . .
IF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE
ANVWHCKU AT ANYTIMB
Call on or Write
E.C.DAKtl'S ADVERTISING AGENCY!
64 & 65 Merchants Exchange
KAN lLANCI5CO. CAL.
Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Blood Polwei
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Cook Remedy Co.
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