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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T THURSDAY, SEPT. G, 1801.
Llnet of Travel.
The Hawaiian Realty and
4 Oceanic Stsamship Company
, TIME TABLE
The steamers of this line will arrive ami leave this port at. hereunder:
Maturity Co., Ltd.
General Agents for
to the Famous
lao Vallev. anil
easy access to
volcano In the
World. . .
for Tourists and
Instrument Filed for Record, Septem
ber 4, 1901.
First rarty. Second Party. Class.
Hanamoku Kahannhool.ahl 1)
I. N. Naholua O. C. Aklna L.
Moohlhlo et al. Mrs. K. Kaaua.,,1).
A. Demptcr Wat Olng ct al Ret.
M. H. Atcherly ct al. II. A. Jucn..O.
V. A. Hall O. II. Carter Otitis;).
A. J. Derby Mrs. E. II. Derby. Mtg.
W. R. Castle, tr. II. T. Taylor I).
W. Maloho L. M. Rico D.
W. Namokueha II. A. Hlona et
F. V. Macfarlane E. C. Ma.-'m-
E. Kahcle Emallanul et al D.
V M. Campbell W. F. Allen.tr.
W. M. Campbcll-H. Watcrhouse
et al ...Mtg.
M. H. and J. Atcherly A.. C. and
F. Pacheco Mta.
.HIOM SAN FRANCISCO. FOH SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA SEPT. 7 ALAMEDA SEPT. 11
VENTURA SEPT. 18 B1EKRA SEPT. 17
ALAMEDA SEPT. 28 SONOMA OCT. 8
8IBU11A OCT. 9 'ALAMEDA OCT. 23
ALAMEDA OCT. 19 VENTURA OCT. 29
SONOMA OCT. 30 ALAMEDA A.. NOV. 13
ALAMEDA NOV. 9
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Local iloat. 'Local HoaL
The New Hampshire Fire Insurance
Co. of Manchester, N. H.
ASSETS 3,367,026 27
DealersIn Real Estate, uans, Mort
gages and Etc. .
In connection with the sailing of the nboc steamers, the ngentf, are pro
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets ty any rail
road from 8an Francisco to all points In the Unlud States, and from New
York by any steamship line to all Euiopean ports.
FOR FUR'UIER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm, G. Irwin & Co,, Ltd.
GENERAL AGENT8 OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Risen Kaisha
t 8teamers of the aoove companies will eall-at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
' FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOR SAN FRANCIECO.
GAELIC SEPT. 3 DORIC .. .. SEPT. 6
HONOKONO MARU SEPT. 11 NIPPON MARU SEPT. 13
CHINA SEPT. 19 PERU SEPT. 21
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FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. S. CO. v
H. HACKFIBLO & CO, LTO. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of the above line, running In connection wit., the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between V aiiiouv r. B. C. nnd Sidney N.S vV.
nnd calling at Victoria, U. C, Honolulu and Urlsbane, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or nbout the dates below stated. lz.:
From Vancouver ana Victoria, B. C.
(For Urlsbane nnd Sydney.)
MIOWERA SEPT. 28
From Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver. H C
AORANOI SEIT. 25
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada United Stnut. and
Europe. For Freight and Passage tin! nil general Information, apply to
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AN1 HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
8. 8. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, Sailed.
8.8. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail to sail Oct; 15.
8. 8. CALIFORNIA, 6,00b ions, sailed from NEW YORK June 16; will
load at PUGET 80UND about SEPT. 1 for HAWAIIAN PORT8.
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South Broohljn, at
all times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. MOKSfe,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Office. 32 King St.. -
Over Castle & Cooke's.
Phone, Main 141. P. O. Box. 2C2.
WIH 1 CAUED
1 m 111.
J .11. Schnack F. Strauch D.
Young Wal W. C. Parke CM.
F. Fernandez J. C. Ollvelra..C.M,
S. K. Kamakala Kapiotanl Est.,
Ltd , p.
Aberahama liana r-lantutlon Co. .L.
Young Cliook Hln ct al. Loners &
Cooke. Ltd CM.
II. F. Coan R. T. Forrest L.
R. T. Forrest II. Hnckreld &
Co.. Ltd CM.
1'eleaumoku R. Andrews L.
BasiiessMea SEND TOUR
M"y Honrs BUSINESS ORDERS
YOU CAN DO IT NOW
- . if
' 8 BHyrO
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS lo Chicago
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Llbraiy Curs, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-cartc).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent.
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D.tW. HITCHCOCK. General Agent.
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, O. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaba, Nebraska.
6. R. & L. Co.
From and After January 1, 1899.
T.Tinw n.iia rj.n
(Oalwitl) mSm. Jyj M. 9m. OMj Din
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATt 18 $2.
Hoioluln Office, 315 Fort St.-
TBL.. MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for jour message
u S.i. D1117 D.n D.n
fill .... !
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t.l loj UK .ill
e.w tut os m
F. C. SMITH, Gen'l Pass. & Ticket Agt,
a. P. DENISON, Superintendent.
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
r.nl.it. W.lkikl for town it k k. 6 11. 6 a.A.M,
njevtry ij r.lnul. thertilu-r tl I 10 41. Iltn ind
.. .a v M. I, fin wa kiki ro hi iitc run.nuu Slavic.
Can ImiiK H.nce or Pawn iwllch loc town it
vk M. and every ts mlrutt. thireilt.f (III n ol p.M
Can lta. Furl and King tifnl.cotiur for filial
it6io ah. ind cvrry is mlnuttt liter till ii.j
'r'a. I.i fnr Plljmi onlv it 4 ind I to A M
Lir. leave Palaiia lor Walk kl s et A vi and every
t minute, till e 41 r , men i to i ana ,o 43 r.m
The 11 i I- trom 1'ilimi tor Punahou only got.
to WalklVI nn SaturJavt.
Car. leave rottini Nine lire en turnr, m mm
Ranse at 5 o and o A.M.
Car. leave hurt an 1 Ktnit MrteU corner lor Walklkl
at 6 es 1 M. ind every 15 mmutet till 10 01W then it
10 15 ind ifo) H M. The iris P.M. foe to Wilklkl
on Salurda) only
Car. leav. Punahou SlaMf I Town at J )o ind
lor Town ind Villej at 3 40 $ jo 1 to 0 40 i ind
' Cir. leave OahJ Collete for towi. id Villeyil
6. jo 6 jo and t 10 A M and ever) 10 nth. tea till to 10
KM. except the even hour and half, hour car. which
run from the MaHi , M
Car.leave Nuuanu Valley at 6 10 6 )o 6 50 A.M and
...... .n Mim... . ,hvr..lt.r (111 tn u t.M
Car. leave Fort and Queen ureet. lor Punahou
Collece it 6 05 6 11 6 At A M ind every 10 minute.
Iter till 0 41PM Alter that the can tun to the
btiMeupton wP.M.whkhl. the lavtcar Ironi lown,
reaching the Stable am v P M
Wasfilngton, Aug. 28. The list of
witnesses prepared by Captain I-enily,
Judge ndvocate of the Schley court of
In nu I ry, and transmitted to Admiral
Schley jcstenlay, nas made public by
Captain Lemly today. It docs not pur
port to be a completo list, but Includes
tlicTprlnclpal witnesses who niu be
called by the Judge advocate. The wit
nceses whom Admiral Schley had ask
ed to be summoned aro not Included
In the list. The Hit Is as follows:
Rear. dmlrals William T. Samp
son, Hobley D. Elans, Francis J. Hlg
glnson, Charles S. Cotton, Henry C.
Taylor. Captains French K. Chad-
wick, Charles F, Goodrich, Charles D.
Slgsbee, William C. Wise. Francis A.
Cooke, John H. Mcalla, Theodore F.
Jewell, William M. Folgcr, Robert M.
Uerry, John I, Hannum. rethed. Com
manders William P. .Potter, Menard
Walnwrlght, Joseph G. Eaton, Newton
E. Mason, Scaton Schroedcr, Giles U.
Harbor, James M. Ml icr. Lewis C.
Hellner, Alexander D. Hates. Lieu
tenant Commanders fenlney A. Statin
tun, Nathaniel It. Usher. Albert W.
Uiant, Albion 0. Hodgson, William II
H. Sutherland. William II. Schuctz,
Tcmpllii .M. Potts, Alexander Slurp,
Jr. Lieutenants Charles C. Marsh,
Spencer S. Wood, Victor Illue, James
J. Do) le, Charles Webster. John Hood,
Charles II. Harlow, Charles W. Dyson.
Kenneth McAlplne. Captain William
C. Dawson. U. S. M. C; Lieutenant,
junior grade, Ernest I. Dennett; En
sign Henry C. Austin; Acting Iloat
swain Dennis J. O'Connell; Chief
ClVDrtermastcr NIclson Anderson and
The list of court witnesses to be
called by the Judge Advocate throw A
considerable light upon the lines of
tCDtlmany which he will seek to adduce
before the court. Admiral Sampson,
as commander-in-chief of the fleet, of
course, heads the list. Then follow- the
captains of all the ships engaged in the
Santiago campaign wjth the exception
of Captain Clarke of the Oregon, and
Captain Phillip of the Texas, the latter
having died since tho war. E vans -wo
In command of tho Iowa, n.ggluson
of the Massachusetts, Co.ton of the
Harvard, Taj lor of the Indiana. Chad
wick of the New York, Goodrich of the
Newark, and the scout St. Louis, Slgs
bee of the St. Paul, Cooko of the Ilrook
lyn, McCalla of the Marblehead, Jew
ell of the scout Minneapolis, Folger of
the New Orleans and Harry of the Can
tlno. Hannum (retired) was chief engin
eer of tho Drooklyn. Comman er Pot
ter was the executive officer of the
New York; Walnwrlght was In com
mand of tho Gloucester, Eaton of tuo
Resolute, Mason executive ofllcer of
the Brooklyn; Schroeder, exectith
olllcer of the Massachusetts; liarber,
executive officer of the Texas; Miller,
commander of the Merrlmac; Hlllner,
navigator of tho Texas, and Hates,
chief engineer of the Texas. Lieut,
Staunton was Sampson's cn.ef of staff
uooaru tne isew .ork; Us.ier was com
wander of the Kilccson; Grant was
aboard the Massachusetts; Hodgson
was navigating officer of the flrooKlju;
Southerland was In command of the
Dolphin; Schuctz was aboard the In-'
dlann; .Potts, aboard the MasachusetU,
and Sharp was In command of (ho
Vixen. Captain Dawson was com
mander of tho marines aboard the In
diana. Lieut. Marsh was on Samp
son's staff; Wood was commander of
tho torpedo boat Dupont; Illue was
aboard the Vixen; Dojle and Webster
were on tho Drooklyn; Hood was lu
command of the Huwk; Harlow was
executive olllcer of th'o Vixen; Djsop
was engineer of tho Texas, and McAl
plne assistant engineer of the Iirook
lyn. Lieut. Dennett was on Sampsons
Btaff, Ensign Austin wns a hoard the
New York, and Uoatswaln O'Connell
and Quartermaster Anderson were on
Instruments Filed for Record Septem
ber 5, 1801.
J. Knlaloa W. R. Castle, tr. .....M.
Poka ct nl. Miss A. Paris I).
A. Paris R. Wassman -..D.
ISLAND OF MAUI.
A. T. HAGflNKAMP, Manager.
Recorded August 24, 1901.
Tr. Est. II. A. P. Carter to E. K.
Pratt; release; portion Grant 28S0
and Kul. 104 F. L. Walkiklkal. Hono
lulu, Oahu: $3.0i)O. HooTc. 180, pago
389. Dated August 23. 1901.
'ir. Est. S. Rotn to C. McLennan;
release; piece land Volcano road. Hlto,
Hawaii; 13,000. Book 180, pago 294.
Dated June 18. 1901.
Recorded August 28, 1901.
E. W. Barnard to L. II. Maynard'
release: Patent 4234. North HIIo. Ha
waii; $1,601). Book 199, page 220.
Dated August 12, 1901,
Joao Vlelra to Chang .Chong; re
lease; piece land, Puueo, Hllo. Ha
waii; $.175. Hook 187, page 433. Dat
cu August 20, 1901.
J. Vlelra to Chnng Chung; assign
ment of mortgage; mortgage lloku
kcla on piece land, Puueo, Hllo, Ha
waii; $20U. Hook ISO, page 334. Dat
ed April 9. 1900.
Chang Chong to Hokukela; release;
piece land, Puueo, Hlto, Hnwall, $20ii.
Hook 180, page 333. Dated August .'1,
Honolulu Plantation Co, to W. G
Irwin and J. A. Low; power of at
torney; general powers. Hook 221,
pago 292. Dated June 3, 1901.
C. R. Collins to Hlshop & Co.; chat
tel mortgage; leasehold portion It. P.
HOG, Fort street, Honqlulil. Onhti;
$1,000. 3 years. 8 per cent. Hook 220.
page 30G. Dated August 21. 1901..
F W. Deardslce to Tr. Oahu Col
lege; mortgage; lots 0 and 15 and poi-
tlon alleyway, block Hi. College 1IIIU
tract, Honolulu. Oahu; $1,350; 2 years,
it per cent. Book 220, pago 308. Dated
.VUJj'lOl .., JJVl,
D. L. Peterson to Nahanleltin and
husband; release; portion It. P. 2830.
Kul. 2118. Kapalamn, Honolulu. Oahu;
$100. Dook 214. pago 423. Dated Au
gust 26, 1901.
Muhlcndorf et al. to G. W. Ha-
selden; deed: lot 24. block II of Grant
3400. Kulaokahtin, Honolulu, Oahu:
$1,000. Book 223. page 411. Dated
August 20. 1901.
O. R. Carter nnd wife to Ed. Suhr
mortgage; 4 344-1,000 acres land. Jtmd
and I.lllhn streets, Honolulu, Oahu,
$25,000. Book 22C, pago 311. Dated
May 0. 1901.
Nakoa and wlfo Napua to Jno. do
Costn Amnrina; deed; portion R. T.
1049. Kul. 10400, Kalltia, North Komi.
Hnwall; $80. Book 22d, pago 241. Dat
ed June 22, 1901.
J. K, Robinson to Akann; lease
piece, land, Mllilnnl street. Honolulu.'
Oahu; 3 ears at $30. Book 228. page
18. Dated August 20. 1901.
S. W. Wilcox to II. Waikano; re
lease; piece land, Waloll beach. Hit
nalcl. Kauai; $87. Hook 1ST. pago 381.
Dated August 20, 1901.
Naliaolelua and husband to D. L.
Peterson; mortgage; portion R. P.
2830. kul. 2118, Kapalama, Honolulu.
Oahu; $300. Book 220. pago 314. Dat
ed August 23. 1901.
D. L. Peterson to K. S. Heckwlth;
ass gnment of mortgage; mortgagi
Naliaolelua and husband on portion
R. P. 2830. Kul. 2118. Kapalama, Ho
nolulu. Oahu: $1. Hook 226. pago 3M.
Datetl August 20, 1901.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coallnga Oil
- Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, completely sur
rounded by as rich oil-producing wells
as there nro In the State, yielding from
50 to 250 barrels per day.
Contract prices lor oil at the'Coal
Inga wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With twenty-five producing wells or
loo barrels each per day, you can
make your own calculation as lu
The oil Industry of California Is In
Its Infancy, jot mnny fortunes! liavo
been made by Judicious and lucky In
vestments In oil stock. Many mora
win bo made In the near future.
North 43 East 90 chains along
Punchbowl street; thence
North 44 West 3.17 chains along lot
of Kelllahonul; thence
South 37 West 1.09 chnlns nlo.i
government to Pnlace Walk along lot
of French; thence along same to place
of commencemnt. Area 1 rood 10
perches R. P. No. 4514 L. Ci A. 278 to
5. That piece or parcel of land at
tho West corner of Mntinakea nnd Ph
uaht Streets, Ijt "H" and Ixt "C".
Beginning at a point on tuo North
West side of Maunakea Street JS.O
feet makal of the corner of Patiahl
Street nnd running
S. 57' 10' W. True fil.5 ft. nlong Ma
N. 32 50' W. True 42.0 ft. along Ma-
The average advance on original lla Kahal lot.
sales of oil stock In twenty leading N. 57 10' E. 'Iruo 62.0 ft. nloig
companies In California has been Mutch lot.
from $1 to $108 per share.
S. 32 22' E. True 42.0 ft. along Flro
Oil lands hnve' advanced from $1.25 Department lot to the Initial point and
to $1,000 and $2,000 per acre
When tho Pacific Union Oil Com
pany has a number of producing wells
on Its property. Its stock will have
the same show for even a greater ad
vance, as somo oil stock has advanced
from $1 to $1,500 per share
Tho Pacific Union OH Company has
nn salaried officers, and Is controlled
by well-known gentlemen of Integrity,
who will see tnat the money derived
from tho Kale of stock will be legiti
mately applied to the development of
For further Information, apply to .1.
II. FISHER & CO.. Stock and Bond
Brokers, and Hawaiian agents for the
sale of a limited amount of Parllir
Union Oil Company stock. Stnngon
wald building. Merchant street.
Several Valuable Pieces
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
Genernl Mnnager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States Im tho Ha
Office, : Merchant St. : Honolulu.
H. Hackfeid, & Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers,
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen Sts.
Oyster Bay. L. I., Aug. 24. Tho Co
lumbla gilded across tho finish line, at
4: 0 o'clock this afternoon, for tha
eighth time a winner over tho Consti
tution. And tho most cordial saluto
that greeted the old champion cam
from tho steam yacht Erin, having on
board Sir Thomas Llpton, who had
himself been beaten three Union by
tho samo boat. There wns no second,
tor ino uonBtitution nan quit.
Aner sailing onco around tho tr!
nngulur com so of the Seawanhakii
Club, with the Columbia forty-seven
sci onds a winner, having gilnud or.
nvety leg, both bouts ran Into tot
rlllc ruin squall. Thoy giopcd nbout
lor fconio tluio In tho downpour ami
shifting breezes, hnrtlly nblo to He
two lengths ahead, At last tho .ve.itn
cr cleared a lilt. Tho Columbia picked
up tho mark nnd Htood for it. Thf
Constitution, howovor, had nlroady
withdrawn. Having senl down het
big topsail, she was headed for Oyster
Hay. The Columbia kept on, finished
tho raco and wou tho cup,
Booked to Arrive.
From San Francisco, per O. 8. S.
Mariposa. Sept. 6. Miss S. McLaln,
.Ilra M. Gruce. Miss A. M. Taher, Miss
A. M. Woods. Mrs. J. B. Hopkins, Miss
Mil.obqulst, Miss Cooleage, Miss N. II
rcimtqe, Mrs. Lycett, Mrs. M. W.
Oi'un, MrB. Merrill, Mrs. W. M. Glf-
find Miss Petersen. Miss Carol Peter
son, L. C. How land. A. I). Baldwin,
Miss E. C. Ljons, Mrs. R. It. Weir, L,
II. Millet nnd wife. Mrs. W. A. Clark,
L. A. Thurston. Mrs. Gosllnskj-, C. S.
I)C3kj-, Mrs. lllggins. Mrs. .Wilson, A.
I), Watson, F. J. Armstrong, J. II.
Wakefield, II. C. Lytlecker, Mrs. II. F.
Sandow. E. S. Hollsteln, S. L. Rttmsey,
W. II. Greenvvell. Mrs. E. W. Fuller. E.
Kopke, C. A. Elston nnd wife, Mrs.
Montague Turner, Miss E. Quint, It.
Sturpe and wife, T. II. Benton. Mr.
Wntson, Geo, Chalmers, II. C. Parke.
E. C. Stow ell. II. P. Colfclt.
SCREAMED Flilt MERCY.
Seattle, Wash., Aug. 23. Screaming
for mercy and calling loudly to tho Sa
vlor, Charles W. Nordstrom wns lash
cd to a board anil dropped from the
gallows this morning In the garret of
King (titintj'H cointhouse. Tho man
who mtirdeied William Mason nearly
ten j ears ago dually expiated his
rime. He collapsed witen. nfter ten
years' Imprisonment, ho realized his
D-spep8la can be, nnd Is cured bj
tho Ufa of PAIN-KILLER. This Is the
uoHt wondeiful nnd valuable medicine
i-ver known for this dlscaso; Its action
ipou tho system Is cntltcly different
'rom any other propniutlon over
novn. Tho patient while taking this
nedlilnc may cat unj thing the nppctlto
laveu. Avoid substitutes, theie Is but
me Paln-Klllcr, I'eiry Davis', Prlje
15c. ami EOc.
By vlrtuo of an Order Issued out of
tho Circuit Court of tho First Judicial
Circuit. Hon. Gtorgo D. Gear, presid
ing. In n causo at Chambers entitled
Adclnldu Schllcf et al. versus Joseph
Clarke ct at.. Equity Division, Number
1208, tho undersigned will sell al run
lie Auction io tho highest bidder, sub
ject to confirmation by said Court,
ON SATURDAY, 8EPT. 14, 1901,
At 12 O'clock Noon,
At tho mauka entrnnco to tho Judici
ary Building, In said Honolulu, Oahu,
tne following descrlbett lands and tho
Improvements thereon, to wit:
1. That certnln pleto or parcel of
-land situate on tho N. E. corner of
King nnd Puncnbowl Streets, lu Hono
lulu, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, anil
bounded and described ns follows:
Commencing at North corner and
South 29 East 75 links nlong Kco-
Sotitu 48 30' West 389 llnkB nlon
liana Haalilio's; thence
Nortn 07 West 37 links nlong King
North 42' East 342 links along
Punchbowl street; thenco to place of
commencement, area 1-5 acre. Tho
samo being R. P. 5705 or L. C. A. 24'1
to llonokaupu, and being tho samo
convoyed (o tho said Joseph l-ninrua
by Mrs. u. K. Fyfo and 1). K. Fyfv,
her husband, as per tleea dated Njv.
3rd. 1883, anil recorded In Liber 8-1,
2. Rnjal Patent Grant Number 3500.
That certain ptcco or parcel of land
situata nt tho Mouth Slopo of Punch
bowl Hill, Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
and described as follows: lt No. t')i.
Beginning at a polnLon mauka sldo
of Klnau Street and 200 tt. Westerly
from lion pin at West angle of Boaid
man'H picmlses, thenco tno boundary
runs by truo hearings:
N. 21' 12' E. 280 ft. along lots 503
S. 81" 31' W. 115 5-100 along Lunv
8. 21' 12' W. 229 along Lot 501;
S. 08' 48' E. 100 along Klnau St. to
Area 25750 Hq. ft.
3. Two lotso. 117 and No. 118 on
Hcrutnnla Street, being lotB or pnro's
of land described In ltojal Patent Nn.
284. and described as follows:
Commencing at tho makal South
corner of Lot No. 110 CT. Metcalt's)
South 78 15' East 200 ft. along
mauka street to West corner of, lt
No. 119 (R, II. Rowlin's), thenco
North 11 45' East 150ft. along I)t
No. 119 to Its niauica North corner,
North 78- 15' West 200 it. to mauka
E. corner of Lot No. 110, thenro
South 11 4a West 150 ft. nlong Lit
No. 110 to piaco of commencement,
containing 833 tnthoms and 12 ft, more
or less. Less what has slnco been
deeded to tho wife (This lot Is on tin
WnlMkl side of lot now occupied by
Mrs. A. L .King.)
1. That certnln pleco or parcel o:
laud situate at tho mauka corner of
Punchbowl and 1'alaco Walk Streets,
In said Honolulu, desctlbed ns follows-
.Apann 1. Commencing nt n point on
Punchbowl Stieet; being North corner
ot l'a.aco Wall: and Punchbowl Street
which is ..to South West comer of
this lot, thenco
containing an area of 2590 square feet.
This lot Is leased to Lau Cnong at $25
per month, which lease will expire on
the 1st day of May, 1908.
u. Also tho undivided interest of tho
lato Joseph Lazarus in and to thoso
certain pieces or parcels ofland situ
ated in tho District of llnnn, Uland of
Mnnl, described as follows:
1. That certain piece situate at Ka
pohtie and conveyed to O. Keakaulalwl
anu J. ivlliaka by deed recorded In tho
Register of JDccds In Honolulu In
Hook 78 on pages 354 and 355 area
ncqulred 7 acres,
2. That portion of the Ahupuaa of
Nuolea conveyed to said G. Keakuit
lalwi and J. Klliakn by deed recorded
In said Register Book 78 on pages 351
and 354. nrea ncqulred 25 acres.
3. I hat portion of tho Itlnlnn of Kon
II convejeti to said G. Keakaulalwl nnd
J. Klliakn by tleed recorded In said
Register In Book 78 on pages 352 and
353. aiea acquired 21 acres.
All of said pieces of land being tb.3
samo that were conveyed to Josepn
(.azarus bj I). Toomcy tiy deed dated
April fi, 18(0, nnd recorded In Hook
158 on par.o 298, and now under lca.ia
to tho iiomoa Plantation, said loaso to
expire on March 19, 1904.
Terms of snlo arc cash In U.-te. GoU
coin, that ten HO?.) per cent of thi
amount bo paid on tho day ot sale, and
deeds nt expense ot purchasers. For
further particulars, enquire of tho un
dersigned nt his olllco in said Judici
Dated Honolulu, Oahu, August 15,
1901. J. A. THOMPSON.
All Native Sons of California who
wish tn participate In the celebration
on September 9, 1901, are request ed to
call on L. Levlngston "The Knsb. on
Fort nnd Hotel streets, nnd register.
NOTICE TO NATIVE DAUGHTERS
The native-born Sous of California
respectlully request the Natlvo
Daughters to furnish the name of their
town ami county and their present
ni..resscs nt the earliest convenience
In oritur that luvltntlons may bo ex
tended to them nnd .neir escorts t.
attend tho entertainment and ball tn
bo given in celebration ot the 51st an
niversary of Admission Day, Sept. 9th.
1901. WALItOK E. WALU
Chalrmnn of Committee,
W. P. BARRY. Secretary.
P. O. Box 272. 1929-91
THE HAWAIIAN LABOR BUREAU
Will engage laborers in tho Hawaiian
Islands anil, furnish them to planta
tions. Individuals, firms or corpora
tions. Will undertaku contract work
and furnish experienced and rcllablo
contractors. Orders promptly at
tended. Telephone 230 Main. P. O. box 877.
Temporary olllco, Hpreckels BtillJ
Ing, Room 11, Fort street, Honolulu.
R00M8 AT 542 BERETANIA ST.-
Tho former resilience of II. Ixise,
Electric lights, hot and cold wntor,
rooms largo and airy ami very taste
fully furnished. Excellent table board.
Clean and Useful.
A No. 2 Eddy Refrigerator Is for
sale, CHEAP. Apply L. A., Hoffman
Saloon. 1 932-1 r
An article w hlcli has stood severe
tests, and which tin be furnUlic J
as wanted, In good condition.
Sample can be seen
at the store of
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