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EVENTN BTCLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., 8ATTTRDAY, ATJOU8T 9, 1901
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF. THE
Flrtt Judicial Circuit, Territory of
In the Matter of the Ettate of
Donajd G. Campbell,
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
8ALE OF REAL E9TATE.
Hy order ami decree of the. Honor
able (leorgc D. Clear, Second Judge of
the Circuit Court of the I'lrst Circuit,
sitting nt chambers In tho above en
titled matter. 1 will offer for salo and
pell at public auction on Friday, tho
fltli day of September, 1902, at tho
Iront entrance-of the Judiciary build
ing In Honolulu, Onhu, tho parcels of
land sltuato In said Honolulu, herd
1. All that plcco or parcel of land
situate lit Mntiluklkcpn, Walklkl, said
Honolulu, and bounded and described
Ileglnnlng at tho West corner of this
pleco and running: N. 47 E. 133 feet,
N. 5.1 10' W. 117 feet along poitlon of
this land thence:
N. 43 E. 113 feet, N. 18 V. GO feet
N. 73" E. 109 feet to Government road,
S.C5E. 109 feet along makal side or
S. 43 W. 279 feet along stono Wall,
8. 41 E. 103.6 feet along stono wall,
8. 52 W. 132 feet' along stone wall,
N.45V. 88 feet to Initial point,
Area, 1 5-100 acres, being a portion
of the premises described In Royal
Patent No. 3379, Land Commission
Award Number 3240 and 3364 to Kala
ma and Nahookoo, nnd'the same prem
ises conveyed to Bald James Osborno
by deed of Ferdinand Meyer, dated Oc
tober 6, 1896, and recorded in the Reg
ister OfTlce, Oahu, In l.lber 161 on
2. That ceitaln piece or parcel of
land situate at Kapaakca, WalkIM,
said Honolulu, being a portion of tho
111 of Kapaakea, Hoyal Patent No. 4475,
Land Commission Award No. 7713, Ap.
39 to V. Kamnmalu, and particularly
bounded and described as follows:
ileglnnlng at the Northwest corner
or Itoyal Patent No. 3579, Land Com
mission Awards 3240 and 5364 to Ka
lama and NakooKoo and running na
follows by magnetic bearings:
1. N.eS'OO'W. 86 feet along road;
2. S. 42 00' V. 112 feet to comer of It.
3. N.JT3 00" K. 159 feet along R. P. 357!)
to Initial point;
Area, 4611 square feet; und being
the samo premises conveyed to James
Osborne by deed of tho Trustees under
the will of Deintco P. Ulshop, dated
February 4, 1899, and recorded in said
Register Office In Liber 188, on pages
Said parcels adjoin and form one lot
of land. Fuithcr Information concern
ing said parcels of land may be obtain
ed at the office or V. O. Smith. Judd
building, Honolulu. Salo subject tS
confirmation by tho Court. Deed at
expense of purchaser.
Hated Honolulu, August 6th, 1902.
Administrator of the estate of Donald
0. Campbell, alias James Osborne,
2.M7 Aug. 6, 9. 13, 16. 20, 23, 27, 30;
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I;. NEVER SOLD BY DRUG STORES OR AOENTS. ,'ij
For Sale At Auction
The undersigned will Belt at public
auction at the auction rooms of James
F. Morgan on Saturday, the 23d day ot
August, 1902, at 12 noun, tho following
valuable parcels or land In Honolulu.
Terms cash, deeds at purchaser's ex
A beautiful lot situated on the right
hand or southeasterly sldo ot Nuuanu
Btrcct in Honolulu, adjoining the ma-
kal Bide of premises occupied by Jas.
Spencer, Esq., containing about an
aero and a quarter (1 1-4), less a
small stilp taken from the front to
widen said atrcet.
This lot comprises the northwester
ly portion of premises covered by Roy
al Patent 314 on L. C. Award 1476 to
Iwlula. It Is well above the street,
well drained and is an Ideal location
for a homestead.
Several lots at Walklkl, all situated
makal of King street in Kapaakca,
near the proposed location ot tho Mc
Klnley Memorial Park, and muro par
ticularly Identified as follows:
1st. A large parcel, comprising
houso-lot, kula and several valuable
kalo patches with water right, makal
nt (tin 1xiin PnnUpn " nnd nn
northwest, adjoining tho auwal or ,ne 'amc Premises conveyed to tnc
Stream Issuing rrom said loko, contnln- Bald "" of the nr8 I""1 hV ,,c1 la,t
Ing a total area or rive nnd three- c JIarc" lBt' 1901' anl1 "corded In
eighths (5 3-8) acres, more fully sct,ubcr 2IC' on W 497 and 49S'
forth nnd described In Royal Patent Together with all and singular the
5929 on L. C. Award 2619 to Pahau. .tenements, hereditaments and nppnr-
2nd. A fine kalo patch adjoining the tcnances unto the above described
auwal lBtuing from said Loko Paakcj Premises belonging or In anywise ap
(very near tho 5 3-8 actcs lot above), pertaining, and also all the estate,
more Mlly set rorth In RoyrJ Patent right, title and Interest or the said par
6332 on L. C. Award 1424 to Kanluhl.,ly ot tlie t part of. In and to the
This lot comprises 19-100 ntTo und Uo auovo "'escribed premises and every
auwal thirty (30) rous. ,art d parcel thereof with the ap-
3rd. Three fine kalo patches (south purtenanccs.
of the 5 3-8 acres lot), on tho nuwal ' 2220 Aug. 9, 16. -3, 30.
formerly called Moanauli's Auwal,
leading out or the main stream. Said
Kalo patches hue a watc'r right and
are more fully described as ApanaB 2,
3 nnd 4 ot Royal t'atcnt 4634, on L. U.
Award 1275 to Moklnl no Panau and
containing 14-100, 14-100 and 15-100
4th. A largo kalo patch situated
about west of the land menlloncd,
above, with a water right, containing
24-100 acre, more fully set forth In
Royal Patent 6333 on L. C. Award
Tho foregoing kalo lands aro. occu
pied for rice and kalo cultivation by
Lam Wo Sing Co. under
agreement, determinable after har
vesting any crop.
Further particulars, maps auM other
Information can bo had on Inquiring of
W. R. CASTLE,
Trustee for Pahau Heirs.
Our Soda Water
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Is sweetened by the use of pure
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Prompt delivery anywhere and
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OOO Market St.,
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF FORE
CLOSURE AND SALE.
In accordance with the provisions of
a certain mortgage, made by "J. W. A,
Redhouse, party of the first part, Em
ma Redhouse, the wire or said party of
the first part Joining therein, to The
First American Savings and Trust
Company of Hawaii, Limited, a corpor
ation existing under and by virtue of
tbe laws of the Territory of Hawaii,
the party of the second part, dated tbe
27th day 'of November, 1901, recorded
Liber 227, pages 356-358; notice Is
herebv clven that the martcacee In
tends to foreclose the same for condi
tion broken, to-wlt, the non-payment
of both principal and Interest.
Notice is likewise given that after
tho expiration of three (3) weeks from
the date ot this notice, the property
conveyed by said mortgage will be ad
vertised for sale at public auction at
the front door or the Judiciary build
ing, In Honolulu, on Monday, the ith
day or September, 1902, at 12 o'clock
noon or said day.
Further particulars can be bad ot
Thompson & Fleming, attorneys tor
Dated Honolulu, August 9th, 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 lots, pieces or
parcels ot land situate at Kalmukl, Ho
nolulu aforesaid, and being lots C and
7 In block 39 of the Kalmukl Tract, and
Notice Is hereby given that In ac-
eordance with tho provisions of Sec-
.. .lion - oi Article ii oi tne limes ami
Regulations of the Republican Party oi
. he Territory of Hawaii, the Territo
rial Central Committee has fixed Mon
day, the first day of September, 1902,
at 10 o'clock a. ni., as the time, an-t
Progress Hall, In Honolulu, as . the
place for holding tho next Territorial
Convention. The delegates elected to
Bitch convention are accordingly re
quested to assemble at said time and
placo for tho purpose of promulgating
n platlorm; to nomlnato a candidate
for Delegate to Congress; and to
transact such other business as may
bu brought before the Convention.
Ity order of tho Tcriltorinl Central
A. 0. M. ROBERTSON,
J. II. FISHER, Chairman.
Dated Honolulu, T. H Aug. 4, 1902.
QUEEN'S HOSPITAL NOTICE.
From and after today, the visiting
hours at the Queen's Hospital will be
1 to 4 o'clock and
6 to 7:30 o'clock p.m.
and no visitors will bo allowed beyond
these hours, except by special permis
sion. JOIANNES F. ECKARDT.
It. Q. CLRTIS. M.U.,
Queen's Hospital, August 7, 1902.
IF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE
ANYWHERE AT ANYTIMB
Call tn or Write
E.C.DAKH'S ADYERHSIHG AGENCY
64 A 6c Merchants' HvcK-mra
Instruments Filed for Record Aug. 8.
Ah Kal--J. A. Alngoon , I).
V. V. Peacock Ulshop & Co
II. Wllgeroth A. Drier M.
D. L. Peterson J. IJcleulhl Rel.
Instruments Filed for Record Aug. 9,
VY. Alninnumanu Lahcla Kahoeka.U.
Recorded August 4, 1902.
Jno. Forbes, by guardian, et ol. to
Robert Andrews; deed; one-sixth In
terest In It. P. 1147, Kul. IE. Wnlaken,
river, Illlo, Hawaii; $800. Doak 2.18,
page 224. Dated July 22, 1902.
Knaewalhnu, by guardian, ct al. to
Robert Andrews; deed; one-sixth In
terest In It. P. 1147, Kul. IE, Walakra
river, Illlo. Hawaii; $725. Hook 2.18,
page 226. Dated July 23, i902.
William Kinney nnd wife to Simp
.son Decker; deed, 61-10 acres land,
Kaumana road, Illlo, Hawaii; $2,017.
book 241, page 45. Dated July 31,
W. C. Achl nnd wife to Estate S. N.
Castlf, Limited; deed; portion Grant
S759, Manoa, Honolulu, Oahu; $4,000.
Book 241, page 46. Dated July 19,
i P. II. Ilurnctte, trutee, and wife to
F. A. Schaerer & Co.; deed; one-halt
Interest In Grant 2499, Papakl, llama
kuu, Hawaii; $325, Book 241, page I".
Dated August 4, 1902.
' J. Kolll Nahakuelun to Honokaa Su
gar Company; one-balf Interest In It.
P. 2490, Hamakua, Hawaii; $150. Rook
239, page 225. Dated August 4, 1902.
Recorded August 5, 1902.
KalanI Hamlha to Mrs. Keonl Kal-
nana; deed; ten acres R. P. 2i'". Pa-
bala, Kau, Hawaii; $50. Honk 238.
page 229. Dated February 5, 1901.
C II. Akl to W. J. Yates; power of
attorney; general powers. Hook 235,
page 317. Dated March 10, 1902.
Louis Vanconccllcs el al. to F !,.
Leslie; judgment; In re leasehold nt
47 1-2 acres land, l'ahoehoe, North Ko
na, Hawaii. Hook 113, page 15. Dated
June 27, 19u2.
II. Hackrcld & C.. Ltd, to Thomas
Alu and wife; release; R. P. 3931. Kul.
7471, and piece land, Moenooa 1,
plcco land, Knhaluu, piece land, Kal
lua, North Knna, Hawaii; $l,i37. Hook
221. page 34. Dated July 3. 1902.
Sun Kwong Sing Wal Company; co
partnership deed; rice planters and
merchants, Hanamauln, Kauai, Hook
235, page 318. Dated July 22, 1902.
Ulshop nnd Company to Metropoli
tan Company, Limited; release; lease
holds, buildings, stock, merchandise,
etc., Walmea, Kauai; $3,000. Hook 230,
page 248. Dated August 4, -1902.
Ulshop and Company to E. C. Mac
farlaner release; Hawaiian Hotel
premises, Honolulu, Oahu; $26,000.
Rook 174, page 81. Dated July 22.
J. G. Henrlques to Takaki; lease;
piece land, Klloa, South Kona. Hawaii;
eighteen years at $30. Rook 23.1, pago
497. Dated July 25, 1901.
Joe O. Henrlqups tn Mrs. Malke Ta
kaki, lease; piece land, Klloa nnd Wat
punaula. South Kona, Hawaii; swell'
teen years at $35 . Rook 233, puge 498.
Dated July 15, 1902.
Polua Mallnn to Pioneer llitlldlug-ft
Loan Association; mortgage; lot 15,
Kallhl, Honolulu, Oahu; $800. Hook
236, page 302. Dated August 5, fo?.
Frank A. Rohelm and wife to L. I..
McCaudloss; mortgage; portion Kul.
10498, Kallhl. Honolulu. Oahu; $200.
Hook 239, page 226. Dated AuguM ".,
Peter C. Jones, Limited, to S. Ora
kl; continuation of lease; prciulHc,
King street. Honolulu. Oahu. Iltxnc
233, page 5"0. Dated July 28. 1902.
AugUBtn do Fifltas and wife to (1.
A. Schumau; mortgage; lot 1 and hall
lot 22, block 4, Kenulu tract, Honolulu.
Oahu; JIimi. Hook 236, page 304. Dat
ed August 5, 1902.
Kuuatoba Spncer and hulmnd ICI
to Marie It. von Unit; mortgage; k.t
52, Gullt-k tract, Honolulu, Oahu;
$300. Rook 236, page 205. Dated July
But Not Beaten
Honnlngsvaag, Norway, AugiiBt 1.
Evelyn U. Baldwin, the ArUle explor
er, arrived here today. He reported all
his men In good health, and said: "We
have been baffled, but not beatvu."
IJuldwIu continued as follows- "Tim
year's woik has been successful In
that enormous depots of tondensed
food have been established by niciilH
of sledges, one In Rudolll.uid, within
sight of the llallun expedition head-
(juarters; another In latitude 81 dcg.
23 mln anil ,i thud ut Kane lodge.
Oreely Island. These depots, togethei
with houses and stoics lift at Camp
Zelgler, will anjid tho means for u
lurge polur daih lu 1!03. .Ml rhaimeN
through Fiuiiz Jobnph hind lemalncil
blocked with Ice dm Ing the autumn ot
1901, mid pievciitcd the CKtubllshmeut
of depotH by steamer lubt J cur,
"The breaking up of Ice early In
Junn compelled tho ue of reserve
supplies; hence the depniture fiom
Camp Zelgler on July 1 In outer not
to Infperll the expedition, I dispatched
fifteen balloons with 200 mescagCH, and
in June I obtained the first moving
picture of Arctic life. I aluo-discov
ered Nanscn's hut, recou-rlng original
documents and securing paintings nt
"Marine collections for the Nutlunal
Mubeum, lucludlng new chat ta. etc.,
were obtained. In the field work thirty
men,' thirteen ponies, hlxt hledges and
170 dogs were emplopd from January
21 to May 21, und till- ticveio nnik re
sulted In the destruction of sledgc.i
und depletion of the food for pnnlra
und dogs, tlms rendering our return
Imperative. I shall icmaln ut Thnm
soo for a week for repairs to the
Aemrlc.i's rudder and propi'llei fiuuin,
wlilrli wero broken b the he on the
return loyage. The main anchor va
lo,u duiliu J gJle In Ouoht-r."
Il.ildwln billed fiom Vaidoo on July
"0, 1901. An auxiliary expedition
marled Irnm Vaidoe on July 7. 1902,
under comiiiuml of William Snamp,
to go with them.
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Punahou Stables to Town and Valley
Cars leave Punahou Stables at
5:30 a. m. for town only, and for
Town and Valley at 5:40, 5:50, 6:10,
fi:20, C:io, 7:00 nnd 7:20 a. m., and
thereafter at the even hour, at 10
minutes and at 30 minutes past the
hour until 10:10 p. m.
Oahu College for town and Valley
Cars leavu at 6:30, 6:50, 7:10 and
7:40 n. in., and thereafter at 20, 40
nnd 50 mlnuis past each hour until
9:50 p. m.
Fort and Queen Sts. Corner for Nuu
anu Valley Cars leao at 6:15 a. m.
nnd every 10 minutes thereafter un
til 10:35 p. u.
Nuuanu Valley to Town Cars leavo
Nuiintiii ut 6:10, 6:30 and 6:50 a. m.,
and ut lutervnls ot 10 minutes there
after until 10:50 p. m.
Fort and Queen Sts. Corner for Puna
hou Cors leavo at 6:05, 6:25, 6:45
and 7:05 a. ni., and every 10 minutes
thereafter until 11:05 p. m. The can
leaving nt 5, 35 nnd 45 minutes past
tho hour run to Punahou Stables;
those leaving nt 16, 25 and 55 min
utes past the hour run to Oahu Col
lege. The last car for Oahu College
leaves town at 9:25 p. m.
elephone to All Parts of the Island.
iEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. Q. HENRIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or tbe Mountalna.
An ticellent chance la rffnred to
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the U. a. ilauu uo
tt Kallua and take passengen ovtrlanf
to Ilooken. whore the tteamer U mti
O. R. & L. Co.
Itom and after January 1, 181ft,
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