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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAYl AUGUST G 1903.
anadian -Australian
Royal
Mail
STEAftlSHBP COMPANY
. Steamer of the alnve line, running in connection with the CANADIAN
WtCIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver. B. C, and Sydney, N.
b, W., and calling at Victoria B. C, Honolulu and Brisbane, Q. ,
Dae at Honolulu on or about tho dates below stated, tIz:
FOR AUSTRALIA,
MO AN A AUG. 2
MIOWERA Aug. 30
1AORANGI SEPT. 27
MOAN A OCT. 25
1IIOWERA NOV. 22
IAORANGI DEC. 20
FOR VANCOUVER.
MIOWERA JULY 30
AORANGI AUG. 27
MOANA SEPT. 24
MIOWERA OCT. 22
AORANGI NOV. 19
MOANA DEC. 17
Calling at Suva, Fiji, on Both
Up and Down Yoyages
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.. Ltd., Gen'! Agts.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental & Oriental S. S. Co
and Toyo Kisen Kaisha.
Steamers of fthe above Companies will call at Honolulu and leave this
port on or about the dates below men tloned:
UK IK
(For additional nnd later shipping seo
pages 4, 5, or &.)
ARItlVINU.
Tuesday. August 5.
Stmr. Mauna Loa, Slmerson, from La
hnlmi, Mnnlncn, Kona and Kau ports
about 4 n. in.
Stmr. Maima Loa, Simurcon, for La
lialna, Maa:aen, Kona and Kau at 0 a.
m. with 9,000 sacks suir, 52 ".ickd cof
fee, 403 sacks taro, 45 .rules awn, 11D
bunches bntinnas,- 38 kpgi liutti e, 38
crates mm, n pigs, s uarreis poi, so
head cattle and 177 packages sundries.
DEPARTING.
Tuesday, August B.
Stmr. Maul. F. Bennett, for Maul
ports at 5 p. m.
Stmr. Claudlne, Parker, for Hllo and
way ports at noon.
Stmr. W. j. Hall, S. Thompson, for
Kauai ports at 5 p. m.
Schr. Ada, Nelson, for Walalun, Kau
ai and Hanalel at 5 p. m. .
Schr. Kawailanl, Moses, for Koolau
ports at 5 p. m.
Gaso. Schr. Eclipse, Townsend, for
Kaunnkaknl. Knmalo, Honolua, Kaann
pall, Lahalna, Kihel, Makcnn, Kalluu,
Napoopoo and Hookena at 5 p. m.
FOR CHINA AND JAPAN.
NIPPON MARU JULY 31
KOREA AUG. 8
COPTIC AUG. 16
'AMERICA MARU AUG. 23
PEKING SEPT. 2
GAELIC SEPT. 10
HONGKONG MARU SEPT. 18
CHINA SEPT. 20
DORIC OCT. 4
NIPPON MARU OCT. 14
KOREA OCT. 22
COPTIC OCT. 20
AMERICA MARU NOV. 6
PEKING NOV. 14
GAELIC NOV. 22
HONGKONG MARU DEC. 2
CHINA DEC. 10
DORIC DEC. 18
NIPPON MARU DEC. 2C
for san francisco.
america maru aug. 2
peking aug. 11
gaelic aug. 20
hongkong maru aug. 20
china sept. 5
doric sept. 12
nippon maru sept. 20
korea sept. 30
coptic oct. 7
america maru oct. 14
peking oct. 22
gaelic nov. 1
hongkong maru nov. 8
china nov. 18
doric nov. 25
nippon maru dec. 5
Korea dec 13
coptic dec. 19
america maru dec. 27
For general Information apply to
H. HACKFEI.D CO., Ltd. Agts.
Oceanic Steamship Company.
TIME) 0AJ3Jk:aS
The fine Passengers Steamers of this lino will arrive at and leave this port
u hereunder:
PASSENGERS.
Arriving.
Per stmr. Maua Loa, August 5, from
Kau W. E. Deverux, XV. C. Crooke,
from Kona, XV. XV. Chamberlain, H. A.
Blgelow and wife, Mrs. Patten, Miss N.
Wallace, R. Wallace, .Mrs. J. D. Paris,
Miss Paris. L. L. Greenwell, Mrs. I. F.
Tarbell, Miss G. N. Kimball, Mrs. W.
Wright, J. XV. Madden, J. XV. Kualmo
ku, Rev. F. Fitz, L. Fabrlner, Ben
Guerero, Mrs. II. R. Tuck, J. Marse, E.
Hunt, M. Faria; from Maalaea, XV. G.
Scott, W. H. Cornwell, Judge Kepolkal
A. A. Bragmer, from Lahalna, Mrs. Jan
sen, Mrs. Captain Taylor? A. Jlana
berg and 82 deck. -
Departing.
Per stmr. Ke Au Hou, August 4. for
Hanalel Miss Smith, Miss Helen Smith
and Miss Elsie Smith and 12 deck.
ANOTHER ROYAL PRINCE DUE.
It Is learned from authoritative sour
ces that the Crown Pllnce of Slam will
come to the United States in the same
simple manner that he has visited
King Edward and the various conti
nental rulers, accompanied only by his
brothers, the next in succession to the
Crown Prince, and two aids, olllcers in
the Siamese army. The Crown Prince
is in his twenty-second year, and for
more than eight years has lived in
England, speaking and writing the lan
guage. He has been educated at Ox
ford, Is president -of the Cosmopolitan
ciub of that university, and is most
simple and unaffected in his manner.
He is said to be thoroughly Imbued
Western civilization, as also Is his fath--tr.
the King of Slam. Ho will call on
the President and Secietary of State
olllcially, either In Washington or such
other place as the American1 authorities
may designate.
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
(VENTURA JULY 30 SIERRA JULY 29
ALAMEDA AUGUST 8 'ALAMEDA AUG. 13
BIERRA AUGUST 20 SONOMA AUG 19
ALAMEDA .' AUGUST 29 I 'ALAMEDA SEPT. 3
SONOMA SEPT. 10 I VENTURA SEPT. 9
WOMEN'S WORK.
It Is interesting to note that nearly
all the census rslurns show that man
works more and woman less than they
tiki 10 years ago. It is true that in a
good many directions more and more
women And employment many morel
are teachers and clerks, for Instance
imt the great d" ivjo in the number
oi domestic serv.-ntf. orings uown tne i
general percenta-v.
Commissioner's Notice of Sale
-OF-
ALAMEDA
SEPT. 19.
ALAMEDA SEPT. 24
Local Boat.
Cs connection with the sailing of the above steamers, the Agents are pre
pared to 1 -ue, to intending passengers coupon through tickets by any railroad
from San Francisco to all points in the United States, and from New York by
steamship line to all European. Ports.
For further particulars apply to
Irwin
(LIMITED)
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Company.
AMERICAN HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
DIRECT MONTHLY SERVICE BETWEEN NEW
YORK AND HONOLULU, VIA PACIFIC COAST.
The splendid new steel steamers
S. S. "ALA'-KAN" to sail about August 20th.
S. S. "CALIFORNIAN" to sail about September 15th.
S. S. "AMERICAN" to sail about October 15th.
Freight received at Company's wlrarf, 42d Street, South Brooklyn, at all
times.
' FROM SAN FRANCISCO:
S. S. "NEVADAN" to sail August 2Sth.
J. S "MTV.VAnAM" in nail Clptnhpr flth.
Freight received at Company's wharf, Stewart Street, Pier No. 20.
FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRANCISCO:
S. S. "NEVADAN' to sail August 9th.
S. S. "NEVADAN" to' sail September 20th.
Y 1 J iiJ viiiti iu edit j v
FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA:
S. S. "HAWAIIAN" to sail August 10th.
. X-Icioltfolcl
C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent.
Co..
AGENTS.
A DOWN TO. DATE LINE
Trunks Dress Suit Cases, Etc.,
AND ALL OF THE CONVENIENCES
FOR TRAVEL ARE NO WOPEN FOR
YOUR INSPECTION.
82 and 84 South King Street
lilt
RANCH PROPERTY
AND l
-ON THE-
Island of Lanai.
Notice Is1 hereby given that the un
dersigned, a Commissioner duly ap
pointed by the Hon. George D. Gear,
Second Judge of the Circuit Court of
the First Circuit In that certain cause
pending In equity in the Circuit Court
of the First Circuit, between G.
KUNST, Plaintiff, and W. H. PAIN
and ELISE S. V. NEUMANN, and
others, intervenors, defendants, to sell
and make arrangements for and con
duct the sale of certain property here
inafter set forth, and described and
being an undivided two-thirds (2-3)
share and Interest of the said W. H.
Pain and Ellse S. V. Neumann, In and
to the property, real and personal, for
merly belonging to the estate of Wal
ter M. Gibson, deceased, and situate
and being on the Island of Lanal, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, wll sell at Public
Auction at the front door of the Court
House, Alilolanl Hale, so-called, in the
City of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, and
Territory of Hawbll aforesaid, on Sat
urday the sixteenth (16th). day of Au
gust, 1902, at 12 m. of that day,
through Will E. Fisher, Auctioneer, the
undivided two-thirds (2-3) share or In
terest of the said XV, II. Pain and
Ellse S. V. Neumann, said defendants,
of, In and to the following property,
real and personal all lormorly belong
ing to the estate of Walter M. Gibson,
deceased:
FEB SIMPLE.
First. All that tract or parcel of
land situate on the Island of Lanai,
containing Five Thousand. Eight Hun
dred and Ninety-seven and 1-10 (5S97-1-10)
acres, and known as the Ahupuaa
of Palawai, and comprised In Royal
Patent No.-1093.
Second. All that tract or parcel of
land situate on the Island of Lanal,
containing One Thousand Eight Hun
dred and Twenty-nine (1829) acres,
and known ns the Ahupuaa of Kcalla,
and comprised In Royal Patent 7144.
Third. All other lands situate on
the islnnd of Lanal of which the said
Walter M. Gibson was seized on the
14th day of August, A. D. 18S2, with
their rights, casements, and appurte
nances. m
Fourth. Alt that tract of'nnd situat
ed on tho Island of Lanal, known ns
tho Ahupuaa of Mnuna-Jal, containing
C142.3S acres, Royal Patent 0775, con
veyed to said Walter M. Gibson by
deed of A. J. Cartwright, executor.
Fifth. All that tract of land situate
on the Island of Lanal, described in
Royal p'atent 3015, containing 12S
acres, conveyed to said Walter M.
Gibson by deed of Win, Beder, dated
September 27th, 1875, of record In
liber 43, fol. 3S9.
Sixth. All of those tracts of land
situated on the Island of Lanai, de
scribed in Royal Patent 3029, contain
ing nn area of 236. GS acres, and all tho
title conveyed by deed of Kelllhue, et
nl., to Walter Murray Gibson, dated
August 20th. 1S7G, of record In liber 46,
fol. 330, and in deed of Kealakua to
Walter Murray Gibson, dated Decem
ber 7th, 1877, of record In liber 51, fol.
3S9, and In deed from Kealakua to
Walter Murray' Gibson, dated August
23d, 1S7G of record In liber 40. fol. 329.
Seventh. All those parcels of land
situate on the Island of Lanal convey
Gil to sold Walter M. Ulbson by deed
of UUama Paahao, and another, aatea
November 27th, 1SSC.
Eighth. All other parcels of land on
the Island of Lanal belonging to the
said Walter Murray Gibson on or about
the 31st day of August, 18S7.
Ninth. All that land described in
Royal Patent Grant 2903, containing
52 7-100 acres, conveyed to W. M. Gib
son by Puupal, by deed dated April 24,
1S04, recorded in liber 20, fol. 24.
Tenth. All that land described in
Land Commission Award 3417B, con
veyed by Kamalka and others to W M
Gibson, by deed dated March 7, 1SG5, re
corded In liber 19, fol. 274.
Eleventh. All that land describe 1 In
L. C. A. 10038, containing 7 72-100
acres, conveyed by Kalole to W. M
Gibson, by deed dated June 2, 1805, of
record in liber 19, page 407.
Twelfth. All that land described In
L. C. A. 3417, conveyed by Mahoe and
others to W. M. Gibson, by deed dated
January 30, 1SG7, and recorded In liber
24, fol. 202.
Thirteenth. All that land described
in Royal Patent 47GG conveyed by Ku
aweam'ahl and Wahie to XV. M. Gibson,
by deed dated Juno 25, 1S74, of record
in liber 39, fol. 398.
Fourteenth. All that land described
in Royal Patent 4767, L, C. A. 10041,
conveyed by -John S. Gibson to XV. M,
Gibson, by deed dated July 17, 1S7j, of
record In libe'r 47, fol. 49.
Fifteenth. All that Jand described
in Royal Patent 3031 to Kaaina con
veyed by K. Kaaina to W. M. Gibson,
by deed dated May 25th, 1SS5, recorded
in liber 95, fol. 129.
LEASES.
First. All leases of land on tbo Isl
and of Lanai held by said Walter Mur
ray Gibson on August 31st, 1SS7, so far
as he had the right to assign tho same
without incurring any forfeiture.
Second. All the property conveyed
by Frederick H. Hayseldon on January
24th, A. D. 1S91, to wit: That certain
Indenture of lease of tho Ahupma of
Kamoku and Paomal, on the Islml of
Lanal, made by and between the Com
missioners of Crown Lands, of the
first part", and said Frederick H. Hay
seldon, of the second part, dated De
cember 19th, 1830, of record In liber 128,
fols. 270-279.
Third. Lease No. 1G8 of Kealia Au
puni, Paawlll .and Kamao containing"
S360 acres, expiring June 23d, 1908, an
nual rental $150, payable semi-annually
in advance.
Fourth. Lease No. 220 Mahana, containing-
7973 acres, expiring Nov?inbjr
1st, 1907, annual rental $100, payable
semi-annually In advanec.
Fifth. Lease No. 279 of Kaunolu,
containing 7860 acres, expiring Febru
ary 9, 1907, annual rental $250, pay
able semi-annually, In advance.
PERSONAL PROPERTY.
First. All those (locks of sheep on
the 20th day of June, A. D. 1902, or
thereabouts, of mixed ages and sexes,
on said day depasturing, running or
being upon the said Island of Lanal,
and also all that herd of cattle and all
horses, on said 20th day of June. 1902,
'also depasturing and running upon the
said Island of Lanal on said day, all
formerly belonging to tho Estae of
Walter M. Gibson, deceased, together
with all the natural increase of the
said flocks and herds, and also all Ue
wool then upon the said sheep, an 1
which has since that time been produc
ed and shorn from said sheep and their
said increase, save and except such
sheep, cattle and wool as have been
sold with tho consent of tho said plain
tiff. Second. All wool presses, wagons,
carts. harness, tools, Implements,
chattels and effects, belonging to said
Walter Murray Gibson on said August
31st, 1SS7, situated on the Island of La
nal, at said time, and now In and upon
said lands or any of them.
The flocks of sheep and their In
crease aro now estimated at about IS,
000 head.
The herd of cattle with their in
crease are now estimated at about 210
head.
The head of horses and their In
crease are now estimated at about 210
head, '
Tho lenses not unexpired run from
r.ow to 1900 and 190S.
For further particulars apply to the
Commissioner, ' .
Terms, Cash In U, S. Gold Coin, and
conveyances at expense of tho pur
chaser. Dated, Honolulu, June 28, 1902.
A. BARNES,
Commissioner.
iurglar and Firepoof Safes
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF-THE FAMOUS
Herring Hall-Marvin
Safe Go's SAFES
These Safes are considered the very best
made.
The public are invited to inspect the
exhibit at our
Hardware Department
Theo. H. Davies & Co.
WMITKD
5
A Good Name
is more to be desired than great riches.
If you want a butter with a good name
and a good taste ask for
CRYSTAL SPRING BUTTER
We deliver It In neat cartons which
keep it from contact with other foods .
in the ice chest. 40 cents the pound.
Metropolitan Meat Go., Ltd
Telephone Rflain 45
Oriental Bazaar
JTttst Received
New Goods
FINE PINA SILKS. Light weight for Summer Wear, alio striped and
plain.
Heavy and Light PONGEE SILKS.
Rich Embroidered LINEN BED SPREADS. Grass Linens In the pieco
in a varletyof colors. Table Linens in the latest patterns.,
66-72 King Street, corner of Smith.
THAT SATISFIED
IE
that comes with a newly paper
ed house is worth twice its cost.
Our
1902
Wall
Papers
are the most attractive ever
shown in the Islands, and arc
well worth your consideration.
They are tasty In design and in
richest patterns. We are always
pleased to talk with you about
prices, etc. Come and see us.
U I ill
LIMITED
FORT STREET, - HONOLULU
MEY TERRITORY RESTAURANT,
TAM SING. MANAG 1.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
MEALS 25 CENTS.
MEAL TICKETS. $4.50.
FO STREET. Opposite Club Stable.
Hop &Co.,
Lending Furniture
Dealers . . .
KING BETHEL STREETS
Phone 111 Main.
A complete line of furniture
always on hand, at prices to
suit all.
LINOLEUM,
MATTING,
WINDOW SHADES,
PORCH SHADES.
In several colors.
UPHOLSTERING, REPAIR
ING and HAND POLISHING
done in first class shape.
Ads under "Situations Wanted," in
serted free of charge In the Star.
T
1 1 1
Insert Your
Want Adv't
In the STAR
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