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THE EVMN1NH HULIjISTIS: HONOLULU, II. ., LMtlDAV, JA'NUVIcy
!UARTEi!S FOR DISINfEGTANTS
CHLORIDE OF LIME,
The Harness Factory
And Office oif : : :
C. R. COLLINS
IS SITUATPD IN rilli
Lincoln block, King street,
Any orders entrusted to me will receive prompt attention,
'ready hooked will be delivered from there.
C. R. COLLINS,
Largest Manufacturer oS Harness
and Horse Goods in the Islands.
Telephone No. 502. P. O. Box No. 507.
Will be used very fre;lv for the net 6 or 8 nnnths so we wish aRain
to .all the atteritlo i of nil mill men and users of machinery to our TROPIC
I UUKICA I ING OILS. For years tl is brand lus been used on tiiese Isl
ands and each seivw the demand has Increased so that this year we have
had to build a special oil warehouse it Kakiako to hold the hundred of
barrels of oils we have to carry in stock. Tropic Cylinder, Engine, Ma
Jiine, Dynamo and Carbm Oils are the ones you want it vou want every
thing to run moothly.
Benton Boiler Compounds.
This compound is entirely vegetable, c:ntalns no oil or add, it being a
'mI ricservativc for iron or steel. It rots the scale In tile holler and
,,'iiJi.MMy dews same. After tli: boiler becomes clean, the Compound, If
'. -J -i.corJins to d'rectlims, will keep the scale forming properties of the
iter in the form of solution or pendent, and the boiler can be kept clean,
unJ the -:ile (ormin? properties of sild water can be blown out in the form
of mud. It is a givat aver of fuel as it will clean and keep clean any
boiler. 1 -t us send yoaa banel on trial, no pay If not sitlsfactorv.
Ptil. ik, Wiste, Compounds, Engineers' tools and supples if all kinds.
c S is a cos fca ?
Oor. "Port .and KinsrSts.
The South Air-Ican CittccliiHiti. '
Why did tho lloers ulrate to their
present nbitllnc place?
Uecauso they abandoned their former
IioltlliiBS for tho snko of being farther
away from tho IliiBllsh.
Were tln t'UKlIsh imdeslrablo neigh
bore? It beeiiiii a snfu Inference when 11
wholo nation given up Its homes nntl
Wliy did tho EnsllBh follow them
Iiccause gold ami diamonds were
found In tho now territory.
What wits Jameson's raid?
An attempt by me l'-iibiinh to posi
s,sPR3 thcmRclvcs of this now land.
Hy fair means or foul?
Then aro Jameson and his fellow
onsplrntors still In disgrace?
They havo never been In disgrace.
They uro nntlonni heroes.
Hut tho English wero at peace with
Iho lloers nt that time?
Then tho rnltl was In open violation
of International law?
An Indefensible attempt to gain pos
session of n neighbor's country In time
What led up to tho present war?
A dislro of tho English to control a
country which was not their own.
What Is tho ultimate object of tho
And for what uro tho floors lighting?
Por their country.
Will tho llrlttsh outnumber tho
About ten to one.
Do theso facts explain why tho bym
pnthtcs of civilized countries aro whol
ly with tho lloers?
If you are fond of pictures,
drop in and look over the fresh
lot of Copley Prints, Carbons,
and London Prints, covering
over fifty subjects of the very
110 Hotel street.
Honolulu Drug Co.,
Von Holt Block, Kingst.
SEASON Oi; GRAND AND COMIC
Lyric Opsra Co.
MATINEE, - -
Popular Prices, 50c, 75c nnd 81.
CS?" Smltlng strictly prohibited during
the present opera season.
Telephone No. 540.
Box Office open at 10 a. in.
Oaliu Sugar Co., Ltd.
Notice is hereby given that the fourth
and last assessment of 25 per cent on the
assessable stock of the OAHU SUGAR
CO., LTD., will be due and payable at
the office of H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., on
February 1, 1900.
J. F. HACKFELD,
'4io-3t Treas. Oahu Sugar Co., Ltd.
By a New, Quick Method!
Proficiency guaranteed in six months
Terms, f 5.00 monthly. Special attention
to adult beginners.
Address PI ANO, Bulletin office. 1419
TtFil,, '" M teUm tali bt imiiltJ tlntmll
'r-- lint frit liinllan; 10 null leeenJinur
titn, to ttnli a mtk it fo etnn a mult. 1 Hi U Ibe
ifciptiliJn,ti,tt(txl, 0jtJ Mpa;mMv.
OST rn.tn ilrlll .lj, J.nujry i, 19 . ImrrrUI
Jr Hlcvel. No. tii.WT. IfcturnioA. I Coati. V
" C. A I4, -,t
I OST Small Sirtl Mir Su'ttble nwati II te-
turne.ltoll V lltrlflman'ii linj Kins Mint.
ft teIJ net l Wjlfclki. miI-ii
I 01T 1 n vuniav 'mt a Dark Coat rn malnlne
If iick aJJu-sii-j 10 I rank natcy. flvtnjtraplwr.
MnJer lll rrrrlve MiltaMe reoaij nn tcluimnic the
taira to Ilia nffitf o( the Utiari nt McliUi. ui-)l
YOUNOMANwanli nidation. Some knoleJR
MM n electric cncln-cilnj. II. Il (lullclln,
UANTED-A PI mtvr. ArplyloJ EMtr.l.UTH
" -0., !) Klnn nifct. mi
WANTCD-A rtoJ, energetic IIOV. Arp'y nt
Hi ofr.ca ,0
YOUNO Man wan'i ihcip I'urnlihcl Room. AJ
dren"A 7.' tliliotta. 1411-iw
POSITION WANTnn-Ci.tlc.il 7oik ifCMieJ,
1 sp-ak P Tt 'tucj, Spanlih tnj ItiKlWh llu-ntly
..c xruri.i irer a' lilt Knnwira c flIU mple ret
t'wftt. NoobHon o.MmiM or .ny ol tic ll
anJi AJJrcMLNbKCiEilCtj Hiilldln. ijiimw
1 UANTED-Mrn lo know tiiat they can Rtil..nvfJ
by a hue Paibcr lot i) icnn at II. JEFTS.
Cioii Foil ltreei. opp Club Stable! tioa-tf
RtTIN'G AND ACCOUNTING DONG accurate
lv: n nJrrjl, r.it. MR. AtlIM r.r. lnm.'
Exprxi Co ; or (ienta Delivery. I' O 1 .
u.iiic I Cll I tlL.K,in UIKL WrtPI I Lll lor
' ceoeral houwvotk nn.l c.ireol children. Uctet-
inlltlCTPMT r....i....l r ... .,.... .
enres lenuitcirtrpiy l. M., llullttln ntlicc
COR S I.P-A very dlrabl PIECE OP IM-
I'ROVr D PHOI'ERTV. cnnlalnlnc apout w.oro
o,uie teet on Maklkl Plalni. Prlnrlpali only. AJ
Jieil"No, j3,"lhU office. hkmih
COR SALt A 5x3 Amlnnv Camera. reei$lble
pack, witn ue angle Morrison iens.
In.jul e at
COR SALE-A tine hlRli-c-aJe uprlclit PIANO
. uuiiui i-iMv, uiui v uia at any puce njaress
i l . p o. u .. y,. u s-n
FOR SALE oCIfl.iiJ bicule lor $10. Apply
II. OSSIO, UUUU IN office. 110,-iw
pOR SAIEToo Ike (at Turkeji ani vo live lat
1 Roosters, reaJv to l-e JelKereJ In any oart ol
tlieclty J. N. WWI .(IT,
Telephone E56. 1401-3W
pOR SALE CHEAP; t secnnMianJ phaton, 1
' sfConJhanJ ujon, 1 econJ-tun.l buccy
Aprly to p h. VIDA at Union lueJ Co.
1 1)3-1 m
POR SALE-LAND IN ALL PARTS OP THE
r CITY. n J M. V VAS. jrtf
CUR SAI E-IIEAUTIHIl HOMfc IN NUUANU
P VALLEY A-l-lren Box t. I O. jm
pOR SALE A new COTTAGE ol elclil rooms and
bath, RrounJs nicely laid out; stable and out
houses One lot 7j x lit; water laid on: ornamental trcti,
etc One corner lot, 7S x ij. .
All on Colleve street. For further partlculira
arply to W M. CUNNINGHAM, al Ihe Favorite
TO LET i New Cot'aci a Punahnu. nearly cam
plet.d. teady to or cupv Jinuary tit, 1000.
Several Collages on Klni not lar liom town on
A RrslJcnce it Watklkl on the beach, Immidlate
roiieiiloncKen. Apply to
No. iio Ion Mrct
pURNISIIED ROOM-Only K a inonih Pnvate
la nily, bm Vineyard itu-et. 3 doors.Queen Hotel
1 waim .
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE, Fori St. Uet
roomi and aitendanca In city. nu
Milte of derable offices in I'rogress
Mio-jt BRUCE WARING . CO.
112 ilnnx Sri.r.r.i.
KAPA, 0.LI5AHHKS, I.EIS, NA
TIVE HATS, HULA SKI R IX .Mill rtU
MATH, FANF, 81EIL HKKRS, Mo
HtiMKM AI'K P Jl. tJoiiMantlv 11 Maud
Telephone 759' l41iii-0in
Special Meeting Pacific
Lod;No. 822, A. F.
& A. M.
There will be aspecinl meeting of Pa
cific Lodge. No. 822, A. F. & A. M., THIS
EVENING at 7:30 at Masonic Temple.
Installation of Officers.
Members of Hawaiian Lodge, No 21,
Lodge Le Progres, No. 124, and all so
journing brethren are cordially Invited to
By order of die R. VV. JV..
H. II. WILLIAMS,
McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd.
Notice Is hereby given that the fourtli
assessment of five per cent (fi.oo per
share) on the assessable stock of the Mc-
Bryde Sugar Co., Ltd., was due January
1, 1900. Stockholders will please make
prompt payment at the office of Theo. H.
Davles & Co., Ltd.
By order of the Directors.
THOMAS RAIN WALKER,
Treas. McHryde Sugar Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, Jan. 5, 1900. i42o-6t
Notice o? Assessment,
Notice is hereby given that the seventh
assessment of ten (10) per cent on the
capital stock of the HONOLULU RAPID
TRANSIT AND LAND CO. will be due
aid payable to J. H. Fislier, treasurer, 411
Fort (upstairs), Honolulu, on the 1st day
of January. The shares upon which as
sessment may remain unpaid after thirty
days from said date, will be declared de
linquent. J. A. GILMAN,
Secretary H. R. T. & L. Co.
Honolulu, Jan. 3, 1900. 1419
Tho Evening Bulletin, 7C cents per
KliiPPIRC (BTELl IKllHfll
" ai umi.b tiipnn A., tc. tt.tmn ji;t
Wcntlipp lluremi, lluirtlioti. .Inn. fi.
l'oinifriitiito MuriiltiR nilnlintim, CI.
AIIdil:i mnxlunim, 77.
Unrotiiptcr ut U n. in. 20.92. I'iiIIIiik.
Dow Point CO l.
Mitniiillty nt 0 n. in. G" per cent.
Thursday, Jan. A.
lilt'. .Inmnn Mnknn Tnllnft Tfnnnn
Am. rclir. Mnilpow, Houdlctto. for
Krltlny, Jnn. 5.
Stmr. Lehun. Dower, fyr Poallnln
nnil Kiiunakal nt 10 a. m.
TO SAIL THIS AFTI3HNOON.
Stmr. Manna I.iia. Hlmprflnn. fnr Tji.
linlll.1. Innlnon. Krinn niul I.'nn nt .1
Stmr. Kauai, Iirutin, for Klcele. lla
nnpepc, JIaknwcll, Wulmca nntl Klka
Iia at -I o'cloclc.
TO SA1I, TOMORROW.
Stmr. Maul, Welsbarth, for Poaono,
Kllklllnil. Onknln. t.nun.ilinolinn TM.
paalou, Honomu, Hakalatt ami Hono
lilun at 1 o'clock.
BOOKED POR AUSTRALIA.
Notwithstanding tho unceitalnty as
lo tho arrival and departuro of the
A .strailn, Iho bookings havo been go
ing on. Tuore lias beeu'such n. rush
and so many applications havo been
auemieti to that when the steamer
leaves Honolulu buo will be Jammed
full. Most likely many of her passen
gers will havo to bo content with a
"shako down." This, however, and the
prospects of being quarantined at San
Kranclscn docs not Boem to stop thwo
who wish to leave, anil Irwin & Co.'s
olllco Is kept busy putting down the
No stecrago pas&engera havo as yet
been booked and tho prospects of there
being any nro extremely small.
Tho bookings up to datp nro as fol
lows: Frank Marten antl wife,, C. Van
Dyno and wlfo, A. r Parmley, C. 1U
zelolgg, K. rtogors, J. Henderson, A.
ICclluni, 0. W. rjritnn and wife, Geo.
ICunkel and wife, Mrs. O. A. Lemon,
l.uiu Field, 8. llartlott, C. AlburtI, O.
liest and wife, Annto Oakloy, Marlon
Rao, W. P. Qlover, A. Joel, Mrs. Grif
lln anil child, Colonel Hawco, Mrs. G.
Pcdgon and son, Mr. and Mrs. Unrn
ham, P. F. do la Vergne, W. A. Gard
ner, M. H. Kershaw, H. D. Chaso antl
wife, M. W. Davis, C. It. Edgerton, II.
Wntorhouse. Jr.. Mrs. II. Powell anil
child, Mrs. G. Walpert, J. Lawton antl
wlfo, .Mrs. V. II. Loomls, Miss Kelsoy,
A. S. Illfllo. C. du Ray, 0. Klemmo, Mr.
nntl Mi. Win, Wndhams, Miss D. How
aril, Mlbs A. Leicester, Miss K. Mc
Neill. Miss 11. Galo, D. Hllger and wife,
H. Hodgson nntl wife. Mrs. S. and
family, Mrs. R. H. Itoamer and daugh
ter, Mr. w. i). utirunam, Mrs. Green,
H. llullum and wlfo. Miss N. Andrew.s
Miss M. Leekloy, Mr. and Mrs. M. S.
tlsonll Hllger and children, Mrs. Lit
tle, Miss K. M. Leo, Geo. JJIssell ana
wife, Col. Thompson and wlfo.
WANT TO GET AWAY.
Applications wero mada this morning
nt tho American Consul's for clear
ance papers for tho following vessels:
IJarkcntlno Geo. C. Perkins, for Eure
ka, schr. Columbia for tho Sound, bit.
Martha Davis for San Francisco, bk.
Onowny for Nnnalmo, and the ship
Centennial for tho Sound.
None of tho ships, however, will get
away until next wool:,. as each will
havo to bo thoroughly fumigated, tak
ing this In conjunction with tho twenty-four
hours' notlco roqulrcd by the
Consul, It will necessarily detain them.
.Many applications havo been made,
to tho various shippers by peoplo who
aro anxious to leavo Honolulu. Many
of them aro willing to bo signed on ns
ono of tho crow paying their passage.
and will put up with any lnoonvciiionco
as long as they can get away. How
many have been taken on by tho va
rious captains is hard to determine.
Tho Centennial wll tajco throo cabin
passengers, ono woman apd two men,
who made application through tho
It bccms that n gang of some fifteen
or more native and Tortugueso boys
havo been tamporlng with tho Cblneso
frolght piled near tho flshmarkot. They
wero successful in stealing nbout a
dozen cases each containing a dozen
and a half bottles of samshu. Tho gang
then sepnintrd, each boy taking his
sharo of tho liquor and disposing ,of it
nt tho stores of various Chinamen
about tho city.
Judgo Wilcox told tho shopkeepers
they wero almost as bad as tho young
thlovcs for, by purchasing their stolon
goods, they wero only encouraging
them to further acts of tho kind.
At His Old Tricks.
Klnco tho Board of Health regula
tions havo gono into effect forbidding
all but tho usual port officers from go
ing out to stcamora in tho pilot boat,
Louis Kcnako has become a represen
tative of tho press, health officer, spe
cial pollco ofllcor, and otc. Ho bears
tho honors thrust upon him with be
coming modesty and good nature
There Is no favor asked of him which
is In his power to grant without ne
glecting his duty, that Is not dono and
done with pleasure.
Loudon, Dec. 20. A dispatch to the
Daily News from Ladysralth, dated
Friday, Decomuer 16th, by heliograph,
says: "Another sortie occurred last
night. General Hunter, with 500 vol
unteers, destroyed one six-Inch Creusot
gun, ono howitzer and ono Maxim.
Ono llrlton waB killed. Tho Boer
DON'T PASS our OPERA GLASSES
for tho World. Thoy'ro mado by Lo
Mnlre. "Nnffsnld." H. F.WIOHMAN.
-33 Queen 8tree
Hv direction of Hell,- P. .!,,. Rnin,..
of hdwln Austin Jones. Helen Jones. Alar-
garet Jones anJ Citlierine May Joes.
minors, and act ne unJer mul hv virtu-.r
an order Issued out of the Circuit Court of
the First Circuit, dated the 2nd day of
January, toco, I am directeJ to sell at
PUD C miction. .-It HIV s,-llprnnm In tli. ,-U,r 1
of Honolulu, Island f Oa'hu, on Saturday, I
the 27th dav of Jaimarv. tono. :,t ii
o'clock noon of that day, all the rlclit.
title and Interest of said minors, belli?: m
unuiviueu nan 01, innuaio all those cer
tarn pieces or parcels of land situate at
Wniknne, District of Koolaupoko, Island
of 0.-iiiu, and more paitlcularly described
I. All that land iIrti-rlli-,1 In le l ,Rrt
L. C. A. 5721 and 8095 to Kalkalna, iiitue
parllcul.-'rly described as follows:
Anana t. 6 lot l;.lln nip li k"ilinlnlo
Mamane. E I100m.1k.-t m.i ke klhl llcma
makal okeia ma ke klhl o 1;.t m bin. u
klhl nlttiu mttkai 0 ko Alakakukae plli' ana
I lo Ku lialua, a e holo ana He, to', Kom.
2.51 Kaur. ma ka pa liau, rna ko Maka-
kukae, a l-.lkl I ka lilil Icac pall I ke klhi
Al. makal oka lol 0 Kalieana; Alalia He.
75 U Kom. 2. 18 Kaul. Iho ana ma ka pall
apilanamaki auwal ma ko Kalieana;
He. 55' Kom. 1.22 Kaul. ma ko Kalieana
a hlkl I ke kilil Ileum mnuka 6 keia;
alalia Ak. 1 5' Kom. 2.S0 Kaul. mat ko
Kalieana nine ko Ku a hikl 1 le kumu
palji alalia, Hlk. 1.47 Kaul. m.i ke kumu.
pall, a Ink! I ko Kalieana irnla tilu; alalia
Ak. 06 Hlk. 2.2; Kaul. ma ko Kalieana, a
pll ana a hlkl 1 ka lllii kae p:tli, alalia Ak.
59 2-4 HI. noo Kaul. ma hula a hiki I l.a
puhala, keWhiakaiCmikal o keia, a ke
klhl Akau mnuka o ko Ku kahua. Alalia
He. ji ', 111. 2.01 Kaul. ma. ko Ku Kilua.
hale a hikl t kalii I hoomakai. MaloUo o
ia Apana n y-tco Eka.
Anana 2. 0 lol. Mamaiae. E hooiiKka
ma ke ki'al liein.-t makal o keia k.-ihl .
wallioannHe. Ot Kom. 7t P.mkn nui. v-
kllil Hema inauka o la Avana 1 mar. pill . a'l hi KoaJ "rJer and condition. A portion
ana hoi tee na lol elua 0 Kalieana -nne'of the lanJ's three pieces are- leased, and
kahi lol nahelehele. Ai e holo nut He,
4')aj.Ko:n. ma ka auwal ma ko Kahema;
alalia Hs.ss'.i Hi. 8? muku ma ko Ki-
heana; alaila ma kahi -a.ho wale He. 14
Kom eft pauku, a l-Le. 62 45 Kbnii. iy
pauku..a Ak. 37 Kom. 1 Kaul. a moku ka
auwai . Alalia Ak. ao, HI. m
ana ma ka auwal; al ilia Ak. 7 40 Kom
1.44 Kaul. a hlkl 1 ke kilil Heimi 111.1k il 0
ka lot poallma. Alalia ma ka lol poallma
Ak. 16'i Kom. 88 pauku; a HI. 75 Kom.
2.56 kaul. Alalia Alt. 18V Koin. 1.50
Kai.l. a hlkl I ke ktimupall. Alalia mi ke
kuuupall a ma ka auwai. Ak. 60 Hi. 1.05
rvaui..a AK. 70 HI. 1.75 Kaul. a hlk!
i ke klhl Akau mauka n ko Ku loi;
al.tila m.-J Ico Ku He. u Hi. 1.41 Kaul.
Ak. 82 111. 1. 66, Kaul., a He. 28, HI 40
Pauku a lilki 1 ko Kalieana lol. Alalia
M,?',2. H.i. 7 Paul" " ho Kalieana a
hlkl I kahi 1 hoomakal.
Pacific Import Co.
SPECIAL 10WEL SALE!
We have Just opened one of
the largest shipments of Turkish
Towels ever received by any one
house in Honolulu. Our own im
portation direct from the loom.
Our prices on Towels are the
lowest, and we offer great values
for TEN DAYS only.
Boarding Houses, Hotels and
Bathing Places we can supply
with any quantity, and special
prices will be made.
250 dOZTSt 12C Re6ular Price
150 doz T2Kt 20c Rc,arc.ppI6c
100 doz Tt 25c Rc.rice
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
S. EHRLICH, Manager.
MALOKO IA APAMA r HKA.
Araiui.-i lui. Kalialafv. E hoontaka
in le Uilil AUau makal n kclji pill ana I
a I jl o Kuluahl amc lo KaultP, a c lio!o
ana He. AT", III. I Katil. m.i ten k'uln-il,!.
a hlld I ke kill I Hcm.i makal o kei.ii alalia
iir. jsium. i jo Nai II. ma e a knMr.-i h
alalia Ak. 41 15 Ktim
I. lit Kaul. ma ko
III. 1.40 Kaul. ma
Kapulc; alalia Ak. 50M
ko Kaukl a hlkl I unhi I hoomnkal
Unlokn 0 la Apana 15-100 lika.
and. All that portion of the land de
scribed In R. P. i5. I.. C A. wioto
Pahuliulii, as U doscrlbed In deed of
(Palauhuhi to Nikea, dated May, 1837,
I ..il n. An I !.. I I l. . '
"" i icium in L.ucr 27 on page 410.
1 3rd. All that land, belnj; a portion of the
I ""! half of R. P. K8. 1,. C. A. tom. in-
,PMaul,ulu' more Particularly described as
Beginning at the nortliwest corner of the
land of M. Phillips iS: Co. adjoining the
Protestant churJi yarJ, and running south
it East 5.25 chains alone the line divMinn-
the mauka from the malcal half of R. P.
5S: thence south 6i West i ne-tno chains
auiiR the land ot.Puka to the Government
I r?JJ? '' north Wi West 5.10 chains
l-"o"K ine yoveniment roaa to the Protes
taut church ardj thence north 04,' East
1-05 ciiains aiong tne saiu ciuircn yard to
the point of commencement. Containing
jii area of 1 027-1000 acres..
4th. Five undivided shares or Interest In
the land known as the Ahupuaa ofWnl
kane, and hcldand owned by a number of
people as tenants 111 common, and called
the Hul of Waiktne.
5th. All that land at Kurounul, Wal
kane aforesaid,, and more particularly de
scribed in R. I. 152, I.. C. A- 6051, to
gether with dwelling houses, cook house,
servants' dwellings, stable and bath house
6th. That certain spring of water known
as Ulawml, sitt ate In the Ahupuaa of
Walkane, convened by the officers of said
Hul of Walkane to P. C. Jones, together
with the pipes leading the water from
said spring to ths last above mentioned
7th. Lease fran the officers-of said Hul
of Walkane of about ten acres of land
known as the Peterson lot; rent paid In
full to October 1st. 1007.
8lh. Note for iiao secured bv mnrtc.iirp.
dased Ma 17. 1800, at 12 per cent per
annum, made by Iinl to Peterson. Larsen
and Hopkins, of his Interest in the Hul of
T'ue property above described has for
the most part been.used as a country resl-
uence, ano n is on a portion tnereor two
dwelllnz houses, onthouses. stables, etc..
bring In a rental of Si 55 a vear.
P. C Jones, Esqi. who is the owner of
the other undivided half of said property,
has consented to a sale of his hair at the
same ime and place, and will join In the
deed for his half mte ert with the Guar
dian, so that the parly buying can secure
the whole prooeity. l'Le five shares In
ths Hul of Walkane represent nearly a
sixth interest In between 1,500 and 1,600
acres, consisting of Kul.t and rice land, the
land being known as the Ahupuaa of
Upset price for all the above property.
will be JiAcoo.00.
Deeds at the expense of purchaser.
Dated Honolulu, January 3rd, 19:0.
For further particulars apply to Cecil
Brown, Esq., or
J. P. MORGAN,
;s. mJ ''inmMtMtr,