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tion 2 or Article S of tho Rules and
Regulations of the Republican Party of
the Territory of Hawaii, tho Territo
rial Central Committee has fixed Mon
day, the first day of September, 1902,
at 10 o'clock a. m., as the time, ani
I'rogrcss Hall, in Honolulu, as the
place for holding the next Territorial
Contention. Tho delegates elected to
such convention aro accordingly re
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place for tho purpose of promulgating
a platform; to nominate a candidate
foi Delegato to Congress; and to
transact such other business as may
be brought before the Contention.
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Dated Honolulu, T. !!., Aug. 4, 1902.
QUEEN'S HOSPITAL NOTICE.
From and after today, the visiting
hours at the Queen's Hospital will bo
1 to 4 o'clock and
' 6 to 7:30 o'clock p. m.
and no visitors will be allowed bejond
these bouts, except by special permis
sion. JOHANNES K. ECKAliDT,
R. O. CURTIS, M.D.
Queen's Hospital, August 7, 1902.
All parties are .warned against ne
gotiating draft No. 56. drawn August
2d, 1902, by Robert Wallace on Hind,
Rolph & Co, of Honolulu, in favor of
K. Norlshukl, for the sum of $120. Pay
ment of same lias been stopped.
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MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF FORE
CLOSURE AND SALE.
In accordance with the provisions of
a certain mortgage, made by J. V. A.
Hedhouse, party of the first part, Em
ma Redhouse, the wife of said party of
tho first part joining therein, to The
First American Savings and Trust
Company of Hawaii, Limited, a corpor
ation existing under and by virtue of
ttie laws of tho Territory of Hawaii.
the party of the second part, dated the
27th day of November, 1901, recorded
Liber 227, pages 356-358: notice Is
hereby glven-that the mortgageo in
tends io foreclose the same for condi
tion broken, to-wit, the nonpayment
of both principal and Interest.
Notice Is likewise given that after
the expiration of three (3) weeks from
the date of this notice, the property
conveyed by said mortgage will be ad
vcrtlsed for sale at public auction at
the auctlomroomsot James V. Morgan
in Honolulu, on Monday, the 1st day
of September, 1902, at twelve o'clock
noon of said day.
Further particulars can be had of
rhompson & Fleming, attorneys for
Dated Honolulu, August 5th, 1902.
THE FIRST AMERICAN SAVINGS
AND TRUST COMPANY OF
HAWAII, LIMITED, Mortgagee.
The premises covered by this mort
gage consist of:
All those two certain lotB. pieces or
parcels of lancTsluiate at Kalmuki, Ho
nolulu aforesaid, and being lots 5 and
7 In block 39 of the Kalmuki Tract, and
the same premises convejed to tho
said party of tho first part by deed dat
ed March 1st, 1901, and recorded In
Liber 216, on pages 497 and 498.
Together with all and singular the
tenements, hereditaments and appur
tenances unto the above described
premises belonging or in anywtso ap
pertaining, and also all the estate,
right, title and Interest of the said par
ty of tho first part of. In and to the
above described premises and every
part and ,parcel thereof with the ap
London, July 31. May Yohe reached
here today from I'lj mouth, whyro nho
landed this morning from the Kuerst
Ilismarck from New York. Hhe was
registered on the steamer's passenger
list as Mrs. Hatchellor.
On her way hero from .Plymouth
Miss Yohe said: "Von know the old
iancy Hikes story tho woman comes
to court black aud blue, and then do
clarus she will novcr prosecuto hor
persecutor. 1 would forgive- XJradlee
tomorrow If he would say he was sor
ry." To reporters here io declared she
had never authorized Putnam Ilradlco
Stiong to pawn anj thing of hers, and
said eho bad never been paid any of
the money obtained on the pawned
Jewels. When she wnH shown an Inter
view with Strung In which ho denied
that ho had pawned her'tllamonds she
bald: "That Is all a hatch of lies. Tor
the J 100,000 worth of goods whlcn
Strong pawned his luothcr-ln law, A.
It. Shattuck. put up J22.000, out of
which 1 paid (3,000, to Kmanucl Prlend,
my attorney, and 8,110 to pawnbrok
ers. Strong's story that he paid back
anj thing Is another lie.
"I do not know until I get my mall
whether 1 will go to Prance or not. I
kinw he Is there, but I do not want to
nave anything to do with Sim, I have
suffered all this outiageous Treatment
to save his mother and my own. 1 am
anxious to get to Qenou, whc'ie I have
tickets for a tiara, diamond heart aud
other things ho pawned. I hn,ve no
means whatever. 1 may land in KaraB
chatka before I get through."
Plymouth, England, July 31. Slnco
Putnam Hradloe Strong left London lie
has been In constant telegraphic com
muultatlon with his friends there, nnd
has shown gient anxiety to Know dofi
nltely whether any criminal proceed
lugs against him ou the part of May
Yohe or others have been taken.
HUNT OF ALAMEDA WIN8.
Minneapolis. July 2J). In tho North
western tennis tournament at Deep Iln
ven today T. J. Hunt of Alameda, Cal.,
won from P. G. lleckcr, Chicago, by
default, and defeated Alec Ilurton, 6-0
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
l HIVE IIS
ACCUSED SAYS ACCIDENT
AND 0T0 SELF-DEFENCE
THE COOK SWEARS THE CAPTAIN
STRUCK THE CABIN BOY
SEVEN OR EIGHT
Oto, the alleged accomplice of Tan
barn In the murder of Captain Jacob
sen, continued to occupy the stand In
the United States Commissioner's
Court most of the afternoon session
jesterday afternoon. His testimony
was wildly at variance with what be
swore In the morning. Then he said
he had seen the captain strike the cab
In boy only once, though later qualify
Ing this by making the time meant up
to the morning of the killing.
Now he said the hoy took coffee to
the captain at 4 30 that morning anl
then went back to his bunk. After
awhile the captain returned to the
gallej entrance and called for the boy,
who got up and met him at tl. foot of
the stairs. Here Oto sajs tho captain
hustled the boy and struck him seven
or eight times. Oto ran past them up
the stairs. He makes his rvpnlng con
nect with his seeing the scuffle, but
In the next breath he testifies that be
fore running on deck he tried to pull
the captain and boy apart.
Oto denied seeing any cut In tbo
captain's face when he left. Tie ran
out to call the mates but u not meet
either of them. Neither had he seen
knife or blood. He admitted that n
knife such as tho one described bad
been In the galley and missing since
First Mate Mejer was recalled and
denied tbat the cook had called him
Oto came running up crjlng, "Cabin
boy stab captain.
The examination was continued un
til this morning.
Tanbara, the cabin boy, made a
statement off the stand to District At
torney Ureckons and Deputy Marshal
Hendry, to the effect that the captain
had a knife when he met him, and that
in a stiuggle between them the cap
tain fell on the knife.
TROOPS QUELL RIOTS
Hnrrliburg, Pa., July 30. As the re
sult of a riot at Shenandoah tonight.
In which three or four persons were
killed and many wounded, Ooverno
Stone has ordered the Eighth and
Twelfth Regiments and the Governor's
troop of the National Guard of l'tnn
sjlvanla. In command of General J P.
S. Gobln, to proceed Immediately to
Shenandoah. General Gobln left here
shortly after midnight In n special
train, and It Is expected that all the
troops, th.comblned strengtn of which
Is 1500. will be on the ground by day
break. Shenandoah, Pa, July 31. Twelve
hundred State troops are eneumted to
night on a hill overlooking Shtnnn
doah. Down in the town, where riot
ers and policemen fougbt the bloody
battle last night, nil is quiet, and tbo
Indications are that so long as the
militia remains the peace of the com
munity will not again be broken Tho
riot which caused the soldiers to b
sent here came like a flash and was
over almost as quickly as It had start
ed, and not a case of violence hats been
reported since. The tens of thousands
of Idle men and bojs In this vicinity
who had been gathering In large num
bers and marching from place to place
did not repeat their demonstrations to
day, and the authorities consequently
had little to do.
Ojster Day. N. Y., July 30.' Fusl
dent Roosevelt will have n solid dele
gallon from New York State to the
next Republican Convention.
This btatement was made this after
noon by Senator Thomas C. Piatt or
New York after a conference with tho
President at Sagamore Hill. Senator
Plutt was accompanied to Itoobevelt'
country home by Colonel George V
Dunn of Illrmlngham, chaliman of the
Republican State Committee of New
York. The visit to the President was
Shortly after 3 o'clock Senator Piatt,
leaning on the arm of Colonel Dunn,
descended the flight of steps to the
landing to take the launch for the
Sjlph Physically he looks stronger
and bitter than he has looked for sev
In response to Inquiries the Senator
said that, he and Colonel Dunn had had
a very pleasant talk with the Pr?sl
dent. ' The object of our visit to Ba
gumorc Hill," suggested Colonil Dunn,
was to diecuss pending national mat
ters with President Rootevelt rind to
Inform him of the condition of the He
publican pnlty In tho Kmplre State.
Our Interview was entirely entlxfac
of Dread Cholera
St. Pcteisbuig, July 31. Official re
turns thou that cholera Is spreading
with terrible rapidity throughout Man
churia, The epidemic now cliims hun
dreds of victims dally, mostly Chinese
but Russians and oth'er lluropians nr
djlng uf the disease. At Inkn between
June C ami July IS, there were 631
cases and 650 deaths, nnd at Harbin.
939 deaths have been reported. At Muk
den theie vveie 49 deaths out of 7G
cases In eight dtjB, nnd at Port Arthur
there have been 6" deaths out of 10'J
rases In eighteen dnjs. At Klrtln there
have bien about fifty deaths dally.
These statistics aie given as samples
of the repoits which arc being, recelvid
from all sections of Mauchmla.
The Brazilian coast city of Iluhla
has about 200,000 Inhabitant?, who live
In 17,000 houses.
Instruments Filed for Record Aug. 7.
O. A Schumnn Miss A Mackin
Estate V Dean Jno Kalama A M.
J I'liiney and wife 12, V Harrison I),
S. W Kanakaole I.am Wo Sing D.
C. S Deskj- Ulshop of Panapolls .1).
Tarn See J. It. Schnack .... Ilel iT
8 C Allen J. H. Schnack . . ltd
C. 8 Deskj P. M. Pond ... . D.
P. P. Iljan Washington Mercantile
Instruments Filed for Record Aug. 8.
W. P. Achl and wife Krank Hodrl
W. C Achl and wife Antoue Roma
no dc Gnuv eta .. 1)
Recorded August 2, 1902.
Tom Wan to Yong Quon, bill of
sale: leasehold, buildings, etc . (1 lno,
Hook 21. page 341. Dated Jill) 29,
Alice derrick nnd husband to Abblo
K. C Parker mortgage: portions lot
655 of Grant 37S6, Kewato street Ho
nolulu, Oahu; 14.500. Hook 237 pago
.112. Dated July 21, 1902.
Dowsett Company, Limited, to Eliz
abeth II. WnterhoUKc; deed; lot 41,
Puutoa lots, Ewa, Oahu; fl.OOu Honk
238, page 210, Dated April 23, 1901.
Hank of Hawaii, Limited, to W. C.
Achl, partial release; lots 20 and 21,
block K, Kalulanl tract, Honolulu Oa
hu; $lin. Hook 237. page Mo. Dated
July 31, 1902.
W. C. A 111 and wife to John C.
Johnston; deed; lots 20 and 21. block
6, Kalulanl tract, Honolulu. Oahu;
f00. Hook 238. page 213. Dated July
Jesse P. Makalnnl and wife to Mrs
Elizabeth K. Smith, deed, portion It
P 123, Kill. 7179. Kuaklni street. Ho
nolulu, Oahu; $1,500. Hook 23S page
214 Dated June 1, 1899.
H D. Hand to Tamar Husscy. re
lease; eight acres of It. P. 2RR'. Ohana
ula, North Kohala, Hawaii: $100. Hook
164, page 270. Dated July 7, 1102
Recorded August 4, 1902.
J U Kulolla to S. Abu: lease. R P
6996, Pahlhl. Walhue Maul. six years
at $38. Hook 233ciagc 195. Dated Jtl
ly 18, 19U.
W. II. lloers d nl. to Sol. Kahoakn
and wife, release: It. P. 79(.S, Kill
8327. O11I1I, Hamnkua, Hawaii. 125(1
Hook 187, pnge 231. Dated June 6
Recorded August 2, 1902.
Sol. Knhoaka Jr. to V. II. lleers et
nl , deed; It. . 7968. Kill. t327. Ouht.
Hainakua, Hawaii; $.15ri. Honk 23S,
page 216. Dated June 16. 190?.
Recorded August 4, 1902.
Jno. Kukublko nnd wife to Kialokul
et al , deed; Aps. 2, 3 and I, Kill, 22i,
Moolkl, two pieces land nnd buildings,
Papaanul, etc.. Honuaiiln, Maul; Vi.
Hook 238. page 217. Dated lVbriiary
S D. Kane and wife to Nalant Kane;
deeO, R. 1'. ".319, Kamehamclkl K11I11.
Maul. (87. Hook 228. page 2 IS, Dated
July 19, 1902.
N K. HnlfTui to Mnnocl M. Tnaris.
lease; six a( res land. Alae 1 and 2, K11
In, Maul; ten years at JJO, Hook 2.13,
page 496. Dated Mu 17. 1902
Georgo Korxjth to Leong Hong:
mortgage, R. P. 1217, Pulchulkl, two
pieces land, Omnoplo, Kula, Maul;
$1,000. Hook 229, page 217 Dated Jtl
ly 16, 1902.
A. J. Itodrlgtiri and wife to Cezar
Rodrlgucs; mortgage, 31-100 acres ot
land. Walliiku, Maul; $1,000. Hook
239, page 219. Dated June 14. 1902.
II E. Soule 11 nil Company, Limited,
to Wong Sin Clio Company; bill of
sale, bulldlngri, etc , Nine Mites, Olau
Puna, Hawaii; J.'.'.'oo. Rook 235, page
345. Dated June I. l'."'l.
Ulshop nf PaiiupnllH to YnmaBakl
Kunltaro, lease; 49 3 10 acres land,
Walakahlula, Puna. Hawaii; thirty
yenrs at $125. Hook 2lu, page 31. Da
ted November 20. 1897
Y Klnlaio to Imadu Hunpel; assign
mentof l use. leasehold, Walakahlula
Puna, Hawaii, $1. Hook 240, pagb 33
Dated August 16. 1898.
Imada Sunpcl to II. Takamoto et nl.,
assignment of lease; leasehold, Walu
kahlula, Puna, Hawaii, $165. liook
240, page 33. Dated May 1, 1S99.
Kaktmoto to II. Takamoto; assign
ment of lease; Interest In leasehold.
Walakahlulu, Puna, Hawaii; $1. Hook
240, pagei 34. Dated November 11
U. Takamoto to Natu Mltsuliaslil,
assignment of lease; leasehold, Wala
kahlula. Puna, Hawaii; flilt). Hook
240, page .14. Dated February 21, liWJ
Kaukaaha to Lulka Lalana; deed;
two acrid It. P 7i, Nlulll. Kohala, llu
wall; $1. etc. Hook 238 page 219 Da
ted July 24, 19(12
Lily II. N Elcmiikiilc and husband
et al to Hubert Andrews deed, one-
sixth Intciest In It. 1 1147, Kill. IE
Walakea rlvir. Illlo Hawaii Hook
238, page 220. Dated Fibular) 20
J L. Knhakii tii Hubert Andrews
deed; one half Inten-ht In It P. 1147
Kul. IE. Woluki-a rive 1 illlo, Hawaii,
$350. Hook 21S page 222 Dated Feb
ruary 27. 19(12.
Pctci C. Jones Limited to William
Klnnej; partlul release. 'J M0 acris
land, Kaumanu road, Illlo. Hawaii;
$300. Honk 236, page .'99. Dated All
gust 4, I9uj.
S. Decker and wife to William Kin
ney; mortgage; 6 l-iu acres land, Kau
mana road. Illlo, Hawaii; $1,717. Honk
230, page 30(1. Dated July 31. 1902.
J. A. M. Johnson to Fred. T P. Wa-
tcrhouse; chattel mortgage thlrt)-lle
national cash registers, etc., 39 South
King street. Honolulu, Oahu; $2,i(iu.
Hook 2'J, page 2J Dated July 29,
London, Jul 29 The bje election
for member of the House of Commons
to represent North Leeds resulted In
tho election of Rowland Ilai re 11. Llbei
al. Mr Darren received 7539 votes to
h761 cast for Sir Arthur Lawsuit. Con
servative The nut was made vacant
y the nlcvutlon to the peerage of Wil
liam T, Jackson, Conservative, who
had sat for North Leeds slnee 1880.
Kterj year salmon become scarcei
In Scotch rlers.
Oceanic Steamship Company.
The tteamert ot this line will arrive and leave tbli port u he.nndir:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
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pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rati
'ood from Ban Francisco tu all points In the United States, and from New
rork by any steamship line to all European ports.
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tetmtrs of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
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R:30 a. m., nnd every IS minutes
thereafter until 11:00 p. m. The
11:1S and 11 IS p. m. go to Rifle
Rifle Range (Pawaa) to Town Car
leave Pawaa at 5:01, C:04, 6:19 and
6-3t a m and every 15 minutes
thereafter until 1119 p. ra.
Fort and King Sts. Corner for Palama
Cars leave at S:18, 0:18, 6:33 and
CIS a m and at IS minute Intervals
thereafter until 11 33 p m.
Palama for Town and Walklkl Cars
leac at S:0S, S 38, 5. S3 and C:0S
a. m., nnd ecry IS minutes thereaft
er until 10:23 p. m; then at 10:63
p. in The 11 OS p m from Palama
runs to Puuna only, except on Sat
iirdajH, when It Roes Io Walklkl.
Fort and King Sts. Corner for Walklkl
Cars lcac at 5:27. 5:57, fl:12 and
6:27 a. m , nnd at 15 minute Intervals
thereafter until 10.42 p. m.; then at
11.12 p.m. The 11:42 p. m. Roes to
Pawaa bnly, except on Saturdays,
when It runs In Walklkl.
Pawaa to Walklkl Cars lcno at 5:25
a. m. and eery 13 minutes thereafter
until 10.-SU p. m., then at 11:26 p. tn.
BERETANIA STREET AND NUUANU
Punahou Stables to Town and Valley
Cars lento Punahou Stables at
6:30 a. m. for town only, and for
Town and Valley at 5:10, 6:50, 6:10.
C:20, 6:10, 7l00 nnd 7:20 a. m , and
thereafter nt tho cen hour, at 10
minutes and at 30 minutes past the
hour until 10:10 p. m.
Oahu College for town and Valley
Cars Iene at 6:30, C:60, 7:10 and
7:10 a. m., and thereafter at 20, 40
nnd SO mlnu'-s past each hour until
9. -SO p. ra.
Fort and Queen Sts. Corner for Nuu
anu Valley Cars lca.e at b:15 a. m.
and ciery 10 minutes thereafter un
til 10:35 p. u.
Nuuanu Valley to Town-Cars leave
Nuiianu nt 6:10, 6:30 and 6:50 a. m,
nnd at intennls of 10 minutes there
after until 10:B0 p. m.
Fort and Queen Sts. Corner for Puna
hou Cara lea.o at 6:05, 6:25, 6:45
and 7:03 a m, nnd oery 10 minutes
thereafter until 11:03 p. m. The cars
IcaUiiK at 5, 35 and 45 minutes past
the hour run tu Punahou Stables;
those lenlnK nt 15, 25 and 55 min
utes past the hour run to Oahu Col
lege. The laBt car for Oahu College
lcaicB town at 9:25 p. m
Telephone to All Parts of the bland.
i-vEALAKEKUA. - HAWAII
J. G. HENRIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To tat Volcano or the Mortmain.
An excellent chance la offered tot ,
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the a. ti. Maun. ue
tt Kallua and take passengers overland
to Uookeno, where the steamer la m
O. R. & L. Co.
from and after January L 18i.
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