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BVKNINO BtJIABTIN, nONOMTLTJ. It. T.. SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1002.
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NEVER SOLD DY DRUG STORES OR AGENTS.
Assignees' Notice oi intention
of Foreclosure and
Notice Is hereby given that pursuant
to the poner of sale contained In that
certain mortgage dated November 2Sth
1900, made by YICK LUNO WAI COM
PANY, a co-partnership formed to car
ry on the business of rice planters at
Lale, District of Koolauloa, Island of
Uahu, Territory of Hawaii, as Mortga
gors to LAM YATE nnd YONO KONO
HOON, both or Honolulu, In tho said
Territory-, as Mortgagees, nnd record
ed In the Registry of Conveyances In
said Honolulu In Liber -15 on pages
2S9 to 295, Sing J-oy, the assignee of
the said mortgage. Intends to foreclose
the said mortgage for conditions brok
en, to nit: the nonpayment of princi
pal and Interest when due; the non
payment of taxes, tho non-payment of
lent under that ceitaln Indentuie of
lease dated October 2d, 1900, made bj
and between Lorenzo Snow. Trustee.
ns Lessor and the Mortgagors as L.s-
w. aim ice uuu-cuiiivuuun nnii uuan ,
donment of the plantation In thc said
Notice is likewise given that the
property assigned by the said mon
tage nil! be sold at public auction at
the auction rooms of James r Morgan,
Queen street, Honolulu, on Saturday,
the 20th day of September, 1902, at 12
The properties coercd by the said
mortgage and to be sold as ubovo con
First That certain Indenture of,
lease dated the second day of October,
1900. made between Lorenzo Snow of
Salt l.ake City. In Utah, United States
of America, as Trustee for the Church
of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints ,.ea conveyed to said James Osborne
as Lessor of the first part and the by ,lct;(j 0, Ferdinand Meyer, dated Oc
Mortgagors as Lessees of the second tober c m6t ani, rccolde,i n ,De Hee.
part the term of years thereby granted lster onlrp 0ahUi )n Ijll)er C on
and the estate right, title and Interest p3livs .1 ogl
of the mortgagors and each or them , 2 That'ceitaln piece or parcel of
lu and to all that ceraln tract of land ,,, bltuate at KapaaKellf walklkl,
and rights of pasture and llrcwowl do- hM Honolulu, being n poitlon of the
scribed In and demited by the said In , of Kapaakea, ltojal Patent No. 4475.
denture of lease or Intended bo to be ,,, ColIlln,,gon Aaril No. 7713, Ar.
together with tho appurtenances. ,, t0 v Kammnai,,, and partliulaily
Second-The crops of rice now giovv UmmiC(, and ueserllieil as follous:
Ing on the land described In the ild . ite;nrlns t tho Northwest corner
l(,nse- ol Hoyul Patent No. 3379, Land Com-
Third-All wella. buildings. Impiove- ml,on Awnrdll 524o and 33u4 to Kn
ments, tools, Implements, hoises, lau)R nn(, NakooKco an(1 ,nnii)g as
tows, carts, wagons and harness sit- IOonit by magnetic hearings:
uate on the premises described In bald j N c3. u0. w g0 feet along road;
indenture of lease. SING LOY. i, s ,. (l0. w ,, fcct t0 toln,.r of u.
Assignee. p 3579.
Terms-Cath, United States Cold . N 7S. u0. j: ,n9 fct nonK u. ,. 3;7a
Coin. Deed at the expense of the pur-1 t0 nta point;
chascr- I Aiea, 4C11 square feet; and being
For further particulars apply to thc 8amc I)rrm8CS conveyed to James
uoinies oiuniey, uuuii-B mi uiu
Dated Honolulu, August 28,
All customers ot Q. II Herrey and
tbe Berry Commercial Agency are re
quested and notified to pay money on
ly to Q. H. Berrej, or his tlerk, llnrrj
K I ester.
The public lb htieb) notified that
notes and valuablo papers, lost In tho
Campbell block fire, must not be ne
gotiated. Q. ii. hi:hhi:y.
Honolulu, T. II., Aug. 25. 1902.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
Victor Hoffman nnd John 1" Rily,
under the firm nnmn of Hoffman (.
Ulley, do heieby dlsbolve partnership.
J R. RILEY.
E. R. BATH, Plumber
Located at 165 King St.,
Opposite Young Bldg.
Telephone Main 61,
AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED
General Manager ot
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States (or the
OFFICE. Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Even unto old aje you may feel J
the vigor of youth, with lit Ho" 0
heart, elastic step, courage arj (J
tireless energy. You may be
tree from pains and aches and '.(
defy your years. j
a finm nln of perpetual omh, !
aw only to reach out your hand J)
t. Wi can drink of It until our '
ilth clatlne,, anil with all ;
ou will proclaim, as other ir.tn r.
A.W A MAN ! iJ
Ll l,c the plants of old, you can be In your J J
prime at CO strong, vigorous and full of '!
youthful enthusiasm. ',)
.. Walanaa Oihl II. T.. Jan tT. ioc
Cn M. H. McLaiohi'V
L.at Mr I am mump to tat yon knr,w thai I
ft (iiil ti(Hd rv in me ol your tali I
on titncjtlv lav ihat It li oorlh Hi rlght In
end i naxr tKr.mmenJta' II to cral rrtle
here an J a lo t fm? In Honolulu.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Judicial Circuit, Territory of
In the Matter of the Estate of
Donald G, Campbell,
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
By order and decree of the Honor
able George D. Gear, Second Judge of
the Circuit Court of the First Circuit,
sitting at chambers In the above en
titled matter, I lll oiler for sale and
sell at public auction on Friday, tba
5th day of September, 1902, at the
front entrance of the Judiciary build
ing In Honolulu, Oahu, the parcels of
land situate In snltl Honolulu, bere
1. All that piece or parcel of land
situate at Mauluklkepa, Waiklkt, said
Honolulu, and bounded nnd described
ikennnE a, thc West corner of this
,,000 nml rllnnns: N. 4;. E, ,33 ftf...
v -,. .... w. ,,7 fr, ,. ., n,
this land tin nee:
X. 43 i:. 119 feet. N. 4S W. 50 feet
X.73c K. 159 feet to Government road.
S. 05' i: 109 feet along makal side ol
S. 4 J' V. 279 feet along stone wall,
S 41 i:.-105.6 feet along stone wall,
S. 52 W. 132 feet along stone wall,
X. 43 W. S8 feet to Initial point,
Aiea. 1 5-100 acres, being a rortlon
of lhc nrem8e described In Hoal
,,atcnt No 3579 Lantl Commlbson
Aard Nuraber 5240 and 53G4 to hala-
ma and Nakookoo, and tho same preni-
Qsbome by deed or the Trustees under
the will ot Ilemlce P. Bishop, dated
February 4, 1899, and retoiikd In said
Ittglster Offlio In Liber 188, on pages
Said panels adjoin and form one lot
of land. Further Information concern
ing said parcels of land may be obtain
ed at thu office of W. O. Smith, Judd
building, Honolulu. Sale subject IC
tontlrmatlon by tho Court. Dttd at
expense of purchuber.
Dattd Honolulu, August bin, rail.-.
Administrator of tho estate of Donald
O. Campbell, alias James Osboine,
2.U7 Aug. C, 9, 13, IB, 20, 23, 27, 30;
The undei signed has bought all In
teiest In thc firm of MacKenzle k Fer
nandez, piumbem, In which he was a
partner, nnd will carry on the busi
ness as heretofore under the name or
MacKenzle Fernandez. All bills due
and owing to or by the linn will bo
sillied by and with hlro. All work
guarantied and the same batlsfactlon
given At Emma near Heretanla St.,
Tel White 2152.
VINCENT FERNANDEZ JR
Honolulu. Aug. 23, 1902. !.": 2w
Steamer LEIII'A will ball foi Mold
kai on her first tllp mi Tnehdny Sep
tembtr 2d. and on hei eiond trip
Thurnlay, September 4th.
Steamer CI.AUDINE will hall on
Tuesday, Septembei 2d. ut 5 p. ro In
stead of 12 m
This i hunge lo go Into eflet t lor one
No freight will be lecelved on Lfabor
Day Monday. Septembei 1ft.
MEN OF CHARACTER WANTED,
SAYS PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT
(Continent from Page 3 )
the whole community, as the history of
many labor ori'nnlzntlon has tott
rluslvely shown ro wealth, not mere
ly Individual hut corporate when
n .1 aright )' not nierciy i benefit to
the community at n whole, but Irdli
pentnble to the upbuilding of ""
tountry. under the conditions uhlib at
iresent the 'Oiuilry lias Brown not only
10 aci'ept. bit to demand as 1:111 null.
This 1 t.0 obviont. that It leeniH ttlt
vtn to stat it and yet If ve are to
Judge fion. Mime ot tho iirj'.iiiiientH ad
vancd aVaint anil nltaiks 111am uikui
falth a u h, it li n fact worth keep
ing in mini
Abi.tc of Wealth.
"A great Jortutie. It not nn 1 aright,
mak'S it pot'cwir In .1 peiul'.ir sen-w
a mtnace to hf roimnunlty m .1 wholo
Just ns a gru.t Intellect doe? if it Ik not
accompaiil'd ly developed ionil"nic,
by character Hut obvlousl) this no
more afford". cioiiihIh for tonduiinltig
walth than It iloe-i for condemning In
tellect. Kvery wan of poir by th
very fact of that power Is capable of
doing damage to Mm neighbors, but no
cannot afford to illwourago the deve.
opment of i-li men merely became It
Is possible they may uso their power to
wrong ends. )t we did so, v.o should
leave our history a blank, for c
should have no creat statesmen, sol
diers or nxrch.lntt), no great men of
arts, oratom or of ncience. Doubtlcis
on thc avracc thc niosl useful man to
his fellow HlzcnH In apt to be he to
whom it bat, been given what th
psalm I H prayed for, neither poverty
r.or riches, but the great captain ot In
dustry, the man or wealth, who alon
or In combination with his felons,
drives through our treat business en
terprises, Is a factor without which
this country umM not possibly main
tain its prc-'.nt Industrial position lu
the world. (!ooil, Mit harm, normally
comes from the pilitiR up of wealth
through nuslDe epUrprises. Prob
ably thc niont erioui harm resulting
to us. the people of moderate means,
Is when we harm ourselves by letting
the dark and vll vice of envy nnd
hatred toward1; our fcltouH e.it Into
DanQtn ol Monopoly.
"Still there i'j other haim of a more
evident kind, r.ml vucli harm It Is our
clear duty to try to- cradliate If pos
sible, and In r.ny event to mlnlmlre.
The corporationv .mil therefore thoso
those grat o'poratlons containing
some tentltn-- to monopolv, whlih we
have grown to pmli of rather looel
as trusts, rre tho creatines of th
State, and the Mtnto not oi.ly lias the
light to control them, but Is in duty
bound to 'ontrol ttieui wherever tho
need for such rontrol Ih ilionn Theic
Is clearlj u n-il of supervision need
to eercl! the noxver o( regiil.itlon ou
the part of the representatives of the
public whr,u ni in our. own loun
try at the rreHent time, business cor
poiatlons be'oiue no very strong both
for beneflclent vork nnd for work that
Is not alwr.)K h'nefiient. It Is Idle to
f.iy that the 14 uo need for such m
pervlslon. A sutlirlent warrant for It
Is to be found over nnd oer again In
any of the various evllo resulting from
the present sytein, or rather lack of
Difficuitlto of Supervision.
"There Is in our country a peculiar
difficult In the way Of cxeiclblng such
supervision aud iputrol bti.iuse of the
picullar division of governmental pow
er When the Industrial tondltluiix
were tlropU very Utile lontuil was
nieded, and no truiihlo uim ihii.hu by
the doubt as to where power 1 lodg
ed under the lOiiHtltutlou Now the
conditions are .qmplkated nnd ve find
It difficult to frame nalloiini Ii-kihmi.ii
width bbnl) bt uilniiati while us
tuatttr of practical expcrlenie Mat
nillun )mv pro. til utterly luvtiQlclctir
and In nil nuunn probability iiinnot o
will not be iiiailt sutllckiii to metl the
in ids or thl case. Home A n.t Kluti
have tce)ent l.iwu lawn whli li It
would be welj iuil'rtt to irne Minted
by the National LeglHla.ui'- Hut tin
wide illfferinci In thesi law even
between adjacent States . ml the line ei -tulmy
of tbe power of enfiineiuent re
sult practically id hltogethe. Insiitti-
Nation VUiirt Control.
1 believe thill 'the nation roust
absume this posvor of control
by legislation, afill If It Indues ev Ment
that the 'omtltutlon will not permit
needed ) giskitlon, then bv (oiistltu
tlonal amendment. The linmedliiii. uced
In dealing with triiKts lu In place tlitm
under the real not normal, iiintrol of
some overclMi to which -. i In eiea
ture, the trustti bhall oe illeglance,
and In whose courts the .overelgn's
oiders may with certainty h" enfoned.
This Is not tbe nmo with the oidlnary
so-called trust' today, for the Hint
Is a large Mate corporation, grnciully
doing bublnus In other Mnti's .iImj,
and ofttn wltti a tendency to monopoly
Such a trust Jh ah' artlfliliil ireature,
not wholly lepponslble to or contiol-
able by any IcglHlatuie. Tir wholly
bube"t to the Jurisdiction of aiij one
tourt Some governmental boierelgn
must b given full power oier these
artificial and very poweifiil corpoi
atliins beings. In my Judgment this
toverelgn must ho tho National Gov
ernment When It hab been glien full
power then this full power ein be
used to eontrol any evil Influenrc,
exactly ash eovornment Is now lining
the power eonlcrreil upon It i.uder llr
Sherman antitrust law Even whon
pensorv !s guarantee .
nil ihr- . t nrnir
ties of the espenslve belt now sold by
doctors and arucft. '. It gives a ver
sttonc current of electricity andlseailv
regulated. Bound to supersede others. Can
be had from the underslrned only; no
aeents; no discount, Glrcul.ii free. Address
Pierce Electric Co , 106 Post St., San
FmmIco. Sent frw to Hawaii for SB.OO
.The Ur. JM Alden K
Instruments Filed for Record Aug. 29.
M Monrhi ad .Mis 1, llannmuiiii 11
V. O. It vs In el al Chas (lay .. I.
Kaill et al i: K Wlldet . . I)
C. V llooth C S. Desk . Itel
llisltnp X. Co.-C. S. I)csk I'm IM
C S Desl.v P A. Panualee i
Recorded Augutt 23, 1902.
Churili Lattoi Day Sain; to Kulnl
linnnn; exchange deed; p 3. It P
JIIH Kul IJ97 and A p. 2. Kill JS.l
Liilemaliiii Koolauloa. OiIiil Ilooi
211 page 91 Dated MgiiRl 2a, I'm.'
I Itapofto and wlf. to Chung t ho
deed, portion H V !Jl!l or 97fi K11I111.
ltd 1 North Kona. Hawaii. Stun Ilool,
211. pnge 92 Dated May 9 19n
I!. 1) Harris and husband to M V
Swain: deid, pleeo hind, Klnnu street.
Hnnotiitu. Oahu; $1,000. Hook .Ml,
page 93. Dated August 1, 190J
Recorded August 4.5. 1902.
Mrs. IJcclty Cockett to John A llels
deed, piece land. Own, Wnlluku.
.Maul, M00. Hook 2 1 J. page 71 Dated
August , 1902.
P Kunmlae and wife to O. Rein
liardt etal.; deed; tortlo.i Grant 297i,
Hntcpttna, llllo. Haw-ill; f.r50. Hook
212, page 73. Dated .Mlgtli.l 18, 1902.
J. Plunkett ct al. to J. P. Martins;
deed, share In hul Unil ct I'lumalu
Hnmakualoa, Maul; 3W, Hook 212,
pago 71 Dated August 8, 1902.
S. i: Kalue et al. to Hullhana,
deed. II P. 4I0. Kill. 3223. Kalua
Walluku, Maul; $al4. Hook 242. page
75. Dated February 21. 1302.
Wong Fook Chan to C. II. AM. af-
fldnvlt foreeloaure; bulUlingK. etc..
Hnlekll, South Kona, Hawaii. Hook '.'3t!
pago 3CS. Dateil August 21, I9U2
I. Nomura to F. V. Hurdy, moit
gago. Ap.4. It. P. 7K9"i, Ap. 1 It. P.
2202, Pulehunul. Kula. .Maui; 1330
Hook 23'!. pKg 370. Dated August 20.
Chang ()uon Wo lo Chang Sung,
bill of sale; all Interest In tlrm Lin
Sing Wal Co., Kaluanul, Koolauloa.
Oahu. $700. Hook 233. page 399 Dat
eil May 12. 1902.
Onhu llutlwa) and Land Company
to Pacific OH Tranrpoitatlon Com-
pnnv contract and agieement. In re
ilelli r and iiansportntlon of tuel
oil lliiiioliilu Onhu. nook 235 page
!' Dated Mu I. I'lti'J.
Recorded August 26, 1902.
H Kaaen et al to Nllui Kalua et al ,
rieetl. foil) .four acres of (Irani 3r33,
Wnlomao. Kan. Hawaii; Jllfi Hook
211. page 91 Dated Auguet II. 19(12.
.1. Kalua to I. K, Kaalpuaa. deed
Interest In estate or Kaalpuaa, tlecens
cd, Hawaiian Islands; Jl. Hook 241
pago 93 Dated November 9. 19"0.
11 i: lloardmnn to S. Kuhey, re-
Icabe; poitlon (Jraut :U7, corner Luna
lllo and Knplolanl streets, Honolulu.
Onhu; l,2::u. Hook 221. page 384. Da
ted August 25, 1902.
Articles of Incorporation of the Alex
ander Young Uulldlng Company with
;i capital of $1,500,00 were filed yester
day with Treasurer WrlghL The com
pany was formed to take over thc
Young building which la now- almost
The ollh tirs ami the number of fthnrej
held li) each nrc as follows: Alexander
Young piihldent. 14.990 bharcs; Anhl
luilil Young vice-president, one bhnre,
Conrad C Vou I latum, secretary one
nlbhaic, W 11 llalrd. treasurer, one
- 1 shine Holieti A Young, auditor, one
I'he purposes for which the corpora
tion is oig.inizcd are
1 To acquire fiom Alexander Young
Hie land and buildings situate on King
blieet and exundlug thtoiigh to Hottl
2. To cany mi a general real estate
.1. To engage In a general hotel busl
nebs. unci maintain places of recreation
I. To acquire and develop water sup
ply for thc corporation anil to furnish
It to others at reasonable rates, and to
maintain and operate machinery for
the operation or eloutors In and about
tho building, and also tor the manufat
ture of Ice nnd elcttrlclty.
5. To deal tn bonds andl shares of
6. To purchase and dlspobc or such
real estate and porbonal property as
tuny be required In Its business
Thc cnpltnl atock of tho corporation
Is 11.500,000 dlMdod into 15.000 shares
of $100 each, and may bo Increased to
thu full power has been toiileircd it
would be highly undesirable to attempt
too much, or lo begin by btringent
legislation. The meihiiniiiu of mod
ern business Is ns dellrule and com
plicated as it Is vast, and nothing
would bo more productive of evil to
all of us nnd especially to those Iran
well off In this world's goods, that
Ignorant meddling with this mechan
ism and above nil, If the inclining was
done In a spirit of class or sectional
rancor. It Is desliable Hint thla rowe
bhould be. pobsessed by the nation, but
It In quite as desirable tint the power
should he exercised wlt'.i moderation
and Mir-restralnt. The first ixcrrtso
of that power should be the securing
of publicity among all sieit rorpora
lions doing an Intcr-stit" bihlness
'lb. publicity, though non-luqulHltor
iul should be real and thuiougli ns to
nil Important facts with which the
publlt has toucein "
Wt'du) nnd Kanilnsk) signed ar
tided nlj;ht bi'foro Inst for u 10 round
Lout for n ponltive ili-clslon. to ronw
oft on September 20 at tho Orpli'inm
thi'uti'r Iloth mt'n stitrt in training
1 Monday, Hilly Woods Ih trainer for
C. I! Ju.ld- V C Pentoek
C H .lililrl- -K C. ludd
i: (' Jiidd V (' Pcaioek
i: V .ludd W C Peaioi'l.
K. C ludd W. C Peatock
T Orhlttl K lwaknml
t' C Davis-1". W. Hwnnr
V. 1,. PuteiKon S. t Hlmw i
Indianapolis. August 21 Crcs
111 i B aw If ft VH
'li Ill1 . -m .11 I'" , il j;W ' Tt:'K
'' vV;3;'J' VSrT THbaaaVvFVKt.'fl'i ! ',?' T. ir?jRCaaal
ecus (2 02 1-1) stepped n. wonderful u"orge iveicnam, wno urove .re
mile here this afternoon over the State n-,'aM, ,h?1 thU n..rform.n. con
. , , ... ihlderlng track conditions, strengthens
fair grounds track, clipping one tiuar-hll) b(f thilt Ialrr tbo atalllon will
tcr of n second off the track record. make a mile In 2 flat. The stallion
for trotter made by Nancy Hanks In
ISV-. ills lime by ipnrters waa as fol-
a Si ?m Ma ?a sb tz s s m rw sa r 1 n t P Pa W tw vs ta .tj
Oceanic Steamship Company
Tae steamers ot this line will arrive and leave this rt as h. .under.
rnOM SAN FIIANCISCO. FOU SAN FRANCISCO.
SONOMA SL'PT. 10
ai.ami:da si:pt. i9,vkntuua skpt. 9
In connection wltk tbe sailing or tee above steamers, me agents are pre
tarsd to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets 'y any rail
osd from San Francisco to all poluts In the United States, and from New
fork by any steamship Hue to all European ports.
TOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPI.T TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AQENT8 OCEANIC b. a. CO.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWtEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, vii Pacific Cotst.
S.S.ALASKAN, to sail about AUQU8T 20th
8. S. CALIFORNIAN, to salt about SEPT. 15th
S. 8. AMERICAN, to sail about OCTOBER 15th
Freight received at Company's wharf. 42d St., South Brooklyn, at alt timet.
Prom Sun Pruncltico
8. S. NEVADAN, to sail AUGUST 28th
8. S. NEVADAN, to sail OCTOBER 9th
S. S. NEBRASKAN, to sail OCTOBER 30th
From Honolulu to Sein PrimclMCo.
S. S. NEVADAN, to sail SEPTEMBER 20th
S. S. NEVADAN, to sail NOVEMBER 1st
Prom Seuttle tincJ Tocnmn
S. 8. HAWAIIAN, to sail .. AUGUST 10th
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
. Central Freight Agent H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
tesmers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about
COR JAPAN AND CHINA.
KORKA SlU'T. 2
oai:uc si:i'T. 10
IIONflKONG MAIll' SI'.I'T. IS
CHINA SHPT 2o
DORIC OCT. 4
NIITON MAHU , .
. . NOV. L'5
AMi:ilICA MAHU .
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Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
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N PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, 11. O., and Bjincj, N.B.W..
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AT HONOLULU on or about the dates below 'stated, viz.:
'rom Vancouver anu Victoria, . C.
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AOHANOI BKPT. 27
MOANA .. OCT 25
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Connecting Direct without transfer with O. N. Hy., N. P. It., and C. V.
U. I,miM rnli'8 ol trelcht from nil eastern points; shortest possible time.
S. S. METEOR, from Seattle, on or about
S. S. TAMPICO, from 8eattle, on or about .. . ... SEPT. 10
for further Information address
U. E. BEEBE,
2 Brewer Building, Honolulj. AQENT HAWAIIAN I8LAND8.
Glebe Nav. Co., Ltd., Seattle. Wash.; P. W. Rochester, 308 Market 8L,
S. F.; Agents of above rjads, will furnish Information.
lows 0 311-2. 1 02 1-2, 1 34 2 0111.
'had as pacemaker the running horse
Mike tho Tramp.
VI.AMEDA S-IT. 3
alami:da SKPT. 21
the dates Deiow mentioned.
FOH SAN FRANCISCO.
NIPPON .MAHU . .
AMHIHCA MAHU . .
IIONKONO MAHU .
. .skpt. :o
rrom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancuuvor, Q. U.)
MOANA . . SKPT 24
MIOWKHA OCT 22
AOKANfil NOV 10
MOANA DP.C 17
Co., Ltd., Gcn'l Aftcnte.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF FORE
CLOSURE AND 8ALE.
tn accordanco with the provision) ot
a certain mortgage, mado by J. W. A.
Uedhouse party of thc first part, Em
ma Kcdhouso, tho wife of said party of
tho first part Joining therein, to Th
Ilrst American Knvlngs and Trust
Company of Hawaii, Umlted, a corpor
utlon cxlM'ng under nnd by vlrtuo of
I tbo laws of thc Territory of Hawab.
tilt parti i, the seiond part, dated the
2th dnv ot Notemhtr, 1901, recorded
Liber 7 pages 3.V.-35S, notice Is
hereby gi rti that the mortgagee) In
tends t fori i lose tho name for condi
tlon b, r ii 10 wit, the non payment
of both il 'in pal nnd Interest
No'lce Is likewise given that atter
the expiinllon of three (3) weeks from
'tin date or this notice, tho property
"rtuycil by said mortgage will be
' ivposrd for sale nt publlt auction at
tli. front door of the Judiciary build
jlm; In Honolulu, on Monday, the ljta
la of September, 1902, at 12 o'clock
imu ui piiiu tiny
Further particulars ran be had of
Thompson & Fleming, attorneys far
I ated Honolulu, August 9th, 1902.
Till: FIRST AMERICAN 8AVINGS
AND TRUST COMPANY OF
HAWAII, LIMITED, Mortgagee.
Tho premises covert d by this mort
gage consist of'
All thoso two certain lots, pieces or
parcels of land situate, at Kalmukl, Ho
nolulu aforesaid, and being lots & and
7 In block 39 of tho Kalmukl Tract, anS
the same premises conveyed to the
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 nil and singular the
tenements, hereditaments and appur
tenances unto the above described
premises belonging or In anywise ap
pertaining, and nlso all thc estate.
right, title and Interest of thc said par
ty of thc first part of. In and to the
aboio described premised nnd every
part and panel thereof with the ap
2220 -Aug 9, 1(5, 23, 30.
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THE ORIGINAL HAWAIIAN
QUINTET and OLEE CLUD.
Music for all occasions.
I.eavo orders at llawn. News Co.,
Music DepL, and at 113 Hack Stand.
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