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The Hawaiian gazette. [volume] (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1865-1918, March 31, 1891, Image 10

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Th Time Signal for the Port is given at
1 h 23 m U s p at of Hocofclc Observatory
It is Kiren by the Steam Whistle ol the Honolnln
Planing Mill a few doors above the Custom
House The same whistle is sounded cor
rectly at Honolulu Mean ooc Observatory
Mertttan or ion aim s in u raii
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Monday March 23
Schr Kaulilna iroin Haaapepe
Soar Lwrioia from Hanalei
Tvkbat March 24
Am wh schr Alton from San Francisco
Sefer Xawwbmi from Koolau
Wkmsbsbay March 2o
onrMokohi McGregor from MoJokai
Suar J A Cummins eilsonfroin Koo
Stmr C R Bishop Le Chure from circuit
of Oahu
Thcssoat March 26
Am bk C D Bryant Jacobsen 16M days
Iran San Fnwcfcco
Am bktWH Dimond Drew lb days
tram San Francisco
Schr Ka Moi from Koholakie
Star Luka from Kohala
Embay March 27
Br bk Velocity Martin 56 days from
Am tern o W WaUon Oisenfrom ew
Am schr Robert Lewers Penhallow 23
dar from Port Gamble
sour V G Hall Freeman from Mam and
Scar Haleakala from MauL
Satcebat March 2
Sunr Waialeale Cheney from Kauai
Suar James Makee Macaulay from
Schr M E Foster from Kauai
So bay March 2K
Stiar Mikahala Campbell from Kauai
Suar Claudine Davis from Kahului
S S Omi Maru from Yokohama
Scar Sarah and Eliza from Koolau
Soday March 22
Aiuwhbk E F Herriman Fish for the
Arctic Ocean
Am tern Allen A Schage for Eureka
Monday March 28
Sunr Pele Smythe forKnkaiau
Star J A Cummins 3eiison for Koolau
B M S Zealandia Otereadorp for San
Sttar Hawaii Kilbus for Nuu and Haka
Stmr Lehua FiURerald for Honomu
Stmr Kilauea Hon Kve for Ookala
Schr Knlamanu for Kohala
Tckbday March 24
Stmr Waialeak Chancy for Natrilfrvili
Kuaoea and Hanatei
Stmr Kinau Clarke for Maui and Ha
Soar Mikabaia Campbell for Kauai
Sour James Makee Macaulay for
Stmr Claudine Davies for Mam
Schr Moi Wafcine for Paauilo
Sebr Mary for Paauilo
Scar Layima for Hanalei
Scar Mtlle Morns for Koolau
Wednesday March 25
Stmr lakelike Cameron for Paauhau
and Laupahoehoe
schr Sarah Eliza for Koelau
Am bk C 0 Whitmore Ward for San
Francisco via Hilo
- Thcesday MarcliSG
Stmr Mokolii McGregor for Molokai
Soar Kaala Hagland for circuit of
Stmr Iwalant Weir for Lahaiaa Ku
koihaele and Honokaa
Am tern J G 3orthIpsen for San Fran
ct9CO via Mahukona
Schr Kawailani for Eoolau
Am stm wh bk Wm Lewfe for the Arctic
tmr Kaimiloa Gaban for Nawiliwili
tmd Haaamanlu
Am nk Alice Knonies for the Arctic
Friday March 27
Am bkt Eureka Peterson for Puget
This lis doe not iadade coastere
Use IroquoU Bishop from Samoa
Ger bk J C Pnuger Krate Bremen
Ger bk antago M Geerde Xew York
Am ship Exporter Kezer Newcastle
Am schr Golden SnoreHendersonNewctl
Am Bk Sonoma Lee Newcastle
Am ship Meroai Bjorn Port Townseod
Korbk Indefatigable Falck Newcastle
Am bk Hesper Emerson Newcastle
Am bk Albert Wiudiug San Francisco
Am bkt S G Wilder Griffiths San Fran
Am bkt Eureka Peterson Eureka
Am bkt Klikitat CutlerPort Townsend
Am bk Harvester Schnauer Newcastle
Am wh bk Horatio New Bedford
Am bktne Y H Dimond Drew San Fran
Am bkCD Bryant Jacobson San Fran
SchrRobt LewersPenhallow Port Townd
Br bk Velocity Martin Hongkong
Am tern G W Watson Olsen Newcastle
Jap S S Omi Maru Yokohama
Bk Foohng Suey
Bk Newsboy
Bkt Amelia
Where from Dne
New York May 15
Boston June 7
Liverpool June 4
-Newcastle Feb 23
Tern J C Ford San FranMahMar 21
dr urtunu iiiverpool
Ship Centennial New York
Bk Annie Johnson- Liverpool
NcrbkSebino Bam-
Ger ship J C Glade Liverpool
Am bk Rich K Ham Newcastle
Swed W Svea Newcastle
An schr Salvator Newcastle
Bkt fc N Castle tan Fran
Bkt Planter San Fran
OSS Australia San Fran
K At fc S Mariposa
May 30
Apr SO
Apr 30
Apr 30
Mar 31
Apl 5
Mar 31
Pan FranciscoApl 9
K At f b Alameda Cn1nnii M iv
Brgt G H Douglas- S F Kah Apl 15
An- bk Ceylon San Fran Apl 0
An bkt Mary W1nkelmanSan F Apl 12
Am ok J D Brewer Boston Julv25
O c S Zealaiidla can Francisco Apl 14
r1051011041 Colonies Apl 9
Mis bkt MorniugStar Jaluit June 21
From Molokai per stmr Mokolii Mar
5 Hon D Davton Kt Bev Bishop of
Honolulu and 12 on deck
From San Francisco per bk CD Bryant
Mar 26 E C Winston and G B Murdoch
From Waianae per stmr C R Bishop
Mar 25 Judge J P Kama
From San Francisco per bkt W H
Dimond Mar 20 Dr O Brock Mrs Hill
Mr Meinardus and Mr Decker
From Maui and Hawaii per stmrWG
Hall Mar 27 Hon W H Comwell Chaa
Wilcox Mr S Nowlein Miss B M Nbwlem
1 F Landing W E Bowell Hon L von
Tempsky Mrs von Tenipsky Sr and son
T Williamson Mrs J W Kawewehi G Mo
DouallJMillwardMrs Castero P Lee
wifeand childF W McChesneyCMolteno
M Kahulu Mr Fernacdex and Si deck pas
From Maui per stmr Claudine March
Mr G Wilder Miss Dickson Hon H
P Baldwin S G Wilder J F Mackenzie H
Lose Mrs Dr Herbert Mrs Hastings C M
V Foster C B Mackenzie J Brown J
Avery J W Becard wife and daughter
Miss May Cummings Miss Mary Spencer
Mrs A M Kahananui Mrs Hardy and
child Wm Hardy H P Fennell Hop
YuneAh Tong G Asee wife and child
Lee Long Tan Long and 49 deck also 1
officer with 2 prisoners and Capt eis
bsrthand crew of the wrecked schooner
From Kauai per stmr Mikahala March
9 Chief Justice A F Judd Mrs Judd and
sonH Waterhouse BAVT Purvis JN
Wricht and wife Mrs F W Meier and
servant F Kiedell J Teynolds Miss S Ke
kumu Mrs Katsura Dr Kimishima and o
Chinese passengers
For San Francisco per E M S S Zea
landia Mar 23 Lord Baynham H Kitcat
Mrs J N Bobinson Miss F oy Dr C B
Wood Captain K Dabel Captain M
Staples G E Howe Captain Matson Miss
G 1 Stevens Mrs T L Ellis C Boehmer
Mrs Hirshberg Miss Hirshberg Mrs
Lapham W H McCreery T Tillmann A
Hutchins E Dekuni Miss M Schmidt
Miss L Gansberg W Schmidt Steerage
AEvansPRickardJ R Meyers J Rob
erts W J More A K Faulkner and wife
L Watson Wm L Gray J L Purvis Miss
Ctifford O Soreuson Wm Hanly and
From Maui and Hawaii per stmr Kinaa
March 24 For Volcano G CDewevMr
Fulton and wife For way ports Judge
C F Hart Hon F H Havselden Hon ui
White Rev V H Kitcat R W Podmore
G A Stark aud bride Lum SingW eight
and wife Mrs W F Roy and child Mr
Lsnib J Ouderkirk Miss Dunn L Turner
Lee Lung Chung Lung Miss N Daniels
Miss Low A Haneberg and about 19 deck
For Kauai per stmr Mikahala Mar 24
Hon G N Wilcox A T Atkinson E M
Walsh and child Mis Hattie Boyd R
Gerke C B Burrell E H Kitcat P Peck
and about 70 deck passengers
For Maui per stmr Claudine March 24
H Lose Dr Nichols J fcylva and wife J
Dyer aud about 4U uecs passengers
For Hamakua per stmr Iwalani ular 2C
C Notley JrDr A StoweMr Parker and
10 deck passengers
The steamship Zealandia carried the fol
lowing cargo for San Francisco March 23
35035 nags sugar weighing 4251G3G
pounds2743 bunches bananas and23 boxes
fruits The cargo was valued at 19355035
She will get in San Francisco abonr the
30th the same day as tne fcussex is
intended to arrive there lneHounsiow
and Eton will reach San r rancisco a day
or two ahead of her The shippers were
H A- Widemann 2340 bags sugar W G
Irwin Co 1611U bags sugar M S
GrinbaumitCo3ji6 begs sucar Castle
tCoofce 10357 bags sugar G Lycureu
2S5 bunches bananas Campbell Marshall
Co 2463 bags sugar Sundries 1S55
bags sugar 12 bebs bananas 15 cases
effects and 23 boxes fruits
Several of the wives of whaling captains
who have already gone north returned to
their homes bv the steamship Zealandia on
March 23d
Captains E Dabel M Staples and W
Matson left on Monday for San Francisco
by the steamship Zealandia
The whaling bark Horatio was flying her
flag at half mast March 23d out of respect
to the memory of the late Captain D B
The tern Allen A left on Sunday March
22 in ballast for Eureka
The whaling bark Horatio was docked at
the Kinau wharf March 24th to land her
The whaling schooner Alton arrived
March 24th from San Francisco
The schooner Mary E Foster will leave
for Lavsen Island about April 1st next
She will take railroad materials and will
come back with a cargo of guano Captain
H H Berry will command the Mary E
Foster on this expedition
The bark C O Whitmore sailed Wed
nesday evening March 25 for Hilo Ha
The new bark Albert went on the Marine
Railway on Thursday morning Several
skippers went over to look at her bottom
Nothing but praise of her excellent finish
and superior model fell from their lips
The tern John G North left March 2Gth
for Mahukona
The barkentine AV H Dimond E P
Drew commander arrived at -1 p in
March 20th 16 days from San Francisco
with 700 tons miscellaneous merchandise
She also brought 25 mules aud20 horses for
H Nathan They are a splendid lot of
animals Dr O Brock V S who came
down by her as passenger took pleasure
caring them during the voyage None of
the animals died and not a single one sick
The W H Dimond had splendid weather
all the way to port
The American bark C D Bryant Cap
tain J H Jacobsen arrived on Thursday
March 26th 16 days from San Francisco
with nearly 1700 Iods general merchand
ise and a deck load of 500 pigs for E C
Winston 2 horses for Mr Gonsalves and 3
horses for J OConnor The Ewa Planta
tion received two heavy 5 ton pumps by
her Alter leaving San Francisco and for
the first week S W and W winds set in
taking her as far as 118 degW and 20 deg
N Thence took the northeast trades
lasting to port The run from there to
port was accomplished in ten daysand the
entire distance traveled by theCrD Bryant
since leaving San Francisco was 2854
miles From 118 deg- W to Honolulu
fine weather and very smooth seas the
like of whicn Captain Jacobsen never he
fore experienced were had The C D
Bryant is docked at Brewers wharf
The barkentine W H Dimond went to
San Francisco on her last trip in 12 d3VS
making the round trip in 32 days which
will stand as the quickest on record until
some swifter vessel will lower it Captain
E P Drew is justly proud of this remark
able performance
The steamer W GHall Captain Free
man arrived on Friday afternoon from
Maui and Hawaii with 23 hides 51 bags
coffee 267 bags awa and 5677 bags sugar
The British bark Velocity Captain R
Martin arrived on Friday morningMarch
27th 59 days from Hongfiong with 700 tons
Chinese merchandise consigned to Mec
FongCo She brought 21 Chinese passen
eers -4 of them being women Captain
Martin reported having encountered heavy
northeast gales in the China Sea during
the lint 25 days thence to port had fair
weather Messrs See Wo Hing Co re
ceived by her about twenty five different
varieties of most beautiful and rare flowers
from the Flowery Kingdom The room
in which these sweet flowers were kept was
hishiv scented with most delicious
odors The Velocity will discharge her
cargo at Brewers whar She will leave
again within a fortnight for Hongkong
The schooner - W Watson arrived
March 27th with a argo of coal from
Newcastle N S W for the Oceanic
Steamship Company She is at anchor in
the stream
The schooner Haleakala arrived March
-nth from Kona Hawaii with o cords
obia firewood and 15 wain awa
The steamer C R Bishop will go on the
Marine Railway this week
March 23 beinc Good Friday the Ger
man barks J C Pfluger and Santiago were
flying their flags at half mast m honor of
the day
The steamer Claudines cargo from Maui
on Snndav is as follows - 5155 sacks sugar
220 acks potatoes 40 sacks nee 30 sacks
corn 15i5 hides IS hogs 2 horse and 150
packages sundries
The steamer James Makee arrived on
Saturday from Kapaa with 235C bags
sugar for the bark Santiago
- w1a1p irniiit 1 Jill
bags sugar and 30 bags nee on Saturday j
from various ports on Kauai
The barkentine Kiikitat and schooner
Robert Lcwerswere docked at Brewers
wharf on Saturday morning where they
will discharge their lumber
The bark Albert came oft the Marine
Railway on Saturday The schooner
Marv E Foster went on for a general
overhauling and was lowered in the after
noon the steamer C R Bishop is also
going up for repairs
The steamer W G Halls wharf is
underroing extensive repairs at the hands
of carpenters The Hall in consequence
of this is loading at the adjoining wharf
The whaler Wm Lewis departed for the
Arctic Ocean on Saturday morning
The steamer Mikahala brought on Sun
day 3114 bags sugar 4 head cattle 20
hides and 2 horses Her sugar goes on
the Santiago to day
The American four masted schooner
Robert Lewers Captain De B P Penhal
low arrived on the afternoon of Good Fri
day March 27tb having made the run to
this port from Port Gamble Washington
in 23 days a splendid passage She
is anchored in the stream and brings
about 902 M feet lumber 5 M pickets 200
M shingles and 3 M laths all consigned
to Messrs Lewers and Cooke Captain
Penhallow will please accept our thanks
for kindly sending in the following inter
esting report of his voyage March Sds
a m towed from Port Gamble to Dun
geness Spit Light air from N E Be
calmed all night off Tort Angelos March
4 at noon arrived cS Neah Bay During
the night light rain and passing cloudy
weather the barometer registering at 2992
degrees From March 0th to 10th the
barometer rose to SO degrees but reduced
again to 2940 degrees on the followingday
March 12th the vessels course being S E
E the distance traveled on that day
was only 50 knots the wind blowing from
5 S the barometer gradually arose
heavy squalls and seas from the south
From March 13th to 2Cth some good daily-
runs weremadesqually weatherprevailmg
March 27th lresh trades and light cloudy
weather At 2 a ni sighted the east end of
Alolotai ana at iu a m passed tne west
end At 115 p m passed Coco Head
Took pilot at 230 p m and came to
anchor in Honolulu harbor at 315 n in
In Honolulu March 2Sth to the wife of
Chas D Miller a son
STARK BROAD At St Andrews Cath
edral March 24th bv the Rev Alex
Mackintosh Mr G A Stark of Hilo to
Mrs A E Broad of Honolulu
WILLIAMS In this city March 23d at
his residence Queen street of aneurism
of the heart Jas Williams a native of
U S A aged 45 years
A Curious Calculation
A rapid penbian can write thirty
words in a minute To do this he
must draw his quill through the
space of a rod 161ft In forty
minutes his pen travels a furlong
and in five hours and a third a
mile We make on an average
sixteen curves of the pen in writ
ing each word Writing thirty
words a minute we must make 488
to each second in an hour 28800
in a day of only five hours 144
000 and in a year of 300 days
43200000 The man who made
1000000 strokes with a pen in a
month was not at all remarkable
ITany men make 4000000 Here
we have in the aggregate a mark
300 miles long to be traced on
paper by each writer in a year
In making each letter of the ordi
nary alphabet we must make from
three to seven strokes of the pen
on an average three and one half
to four
A Wonderful Mountain
Almost in the exact geographical
centre of Wyoming is a mountain
of solid hematite iron with 600 feet
of it above ground more than a
mile wide and over two miles in
length Besides the iron the moun
tain contains a bed of lignite coal
large enough to warm the entire
world for a century a dozen dried
up lakes of soda where the soda is
deposited to a depth of over 300
feet some of the lakes being over
600 acres in extent In a mountain
adjoining there is a petroleum basin
larger than those of Pennsylvania
and West Virginia combined Out
of some of the springs pure rectified
coal oil is trickling at the rate of
twenty to thirty barrels per day
A wonderful country indeed
Two Hundred Millions
Hocsxox Texas March 3d
Several heirs to the estate of Iiob
ert Edwards of JSew York city
have been discovered in Houston
San Augustine and Tyler It is
said that in the early days of the
colony Edwards a sailor invested
his savings in the 34 acre tract of
land in Xew York city now occu
pied by Trinity Church and part of
Wall street Thejnoperty is valued
at 262000000 Several attempts
have been made to establish owner
ship by the Edwards heirs but
without avail With the aid of the
newly discovered heirs another
effort wifl be made to secure con
trol of the property
Honolulu andSan Francisco MailSerTice
Oceanic Steamship Co
The Ars raALiA a d Zealasdza
Leave San Francisco at S oclock P ar
I eare Honolulu at 12 31 Tuesdays
The Through Steamers Leave Sau Fran-
Cisco and Honolulu Thursdavs
Zealandia v
Mar 24 Mar 31
April 2 April 9
April 7 April 14
April 21 April 23
AprilSO May 7
May 5 May 12
May 19 May 26
May 23 June 4
June 2 June 9
Juno 16 June 23
June 25 July 2
June30 July 7
July 14 July 21
July 23 July 30
July 23 Aug 4
Aug 11 Aiiff IS
Aug 20 Aug 27
Aug 25 Sept 1
Sept S Sept 15
Sept 17 Sept 24
Sept 22 Sept 29
Oct Oct 13
Oct 15 I Oct 22
April 7- April 14
Anril S April 16
April 21 April 23
Mav 5 May 12
Mav 7 May 14
May- 19 May- 20
June 2 June 9
June 4 June 11
June 16 June 23
June SO July 7
July 2 July 9
July 14 Julv 21
Julv 23 Aue 4
July 30 Aug 0
Aug 11 Aug IS
Aug 25- Sept 1
Aug 27 Sept 3
Sept S Sept 15
Sept 22 Sept 29
Sept 24 Oct 1
Oct 6 Oct 13
Oct 20 Oct 27
Oct 22 Oct 29
Nov 3 Nov 10
Nov 17 Nov 24
Nov 9 Nov 26
2690 3m
Tciu uiicrtiscmcnis
Administrators Sale of
villi Real Estate
pursuance of an order of Hon Geo E
tfichardson Jircnit J ndge becond J cdi
cial Circuit dated March 2Sth 1S91 1
shall sell at Public Auction on the pre
mises at Lahaiua Maui
On Thursday April 23
That very desirable properly known as the
E L Pond premises situate on the
front or main street in the busi
ness pirt of the town
The property consists of a
Lot of Land 21 100 of an Acre
with a
Large Dwelling House
Out Buildings Etc
And is under lease to Mr L A Choy for a
term of 10 years from November 1 15S9 at
a rental of 100 per annum and rent is
paid up to April 1st 1891
JS Terms Cash and Deeds at expense of
h g treadway
Administrator Estate of E L Fond
Wniluku Maui March 30 1S91 1368 3t
known as the WAINIHA STORE has
been purchased by the undersigned who Is the
sole owner of said store All bills against the
Wainiha Store must paid to
Wainiha March 26 1S91 1363 ly
will be held at the office of W It Castle Esq
on FRIDAY April 3 at 3 p m
March IS 1591 1367 31
Notice to Creditors
ins been appointed Executor of the Will
of HENRY 31 STILLJIAN deceased of Hc
nolnn Oahu Hawaiian Islands notice is here
by given that all caims asainst the estate of
said Henry 31 Stillman are to be presented to
the undersigned at Bank of Bishop Co in
Honolulu duly authenticated whether secured
by mortgage or otherwise within six mouths
from date hereof or they will be forever barred
and all persons indebted to said estate are here
by reqnested to make immediate payments to
the undersigned
Executor or the Will of Henry 3L Stillman
Dated Honolulu 3Iarch 29 1S01 1367 lt
Notice to Creditors
notice that he has this day been appointed
Administrator with ihe Will annexed of the
Estate of His late Majesty Halakaua
All persons havinganypropertyiu their posses
sion belonging to said Estate are requested to
deliver the same to him forthwith And all
persons holding any claimsagainst said Estate
whether secured by mortgage or otherwise are
notiSed that they must present the same duly
authenticated and with proper vouchers if any
exist at the office of the undersigned in Hono
lulu within six months from this date or they
will be forever barred
Administrator with the Will annexed of the
Estate of His Majesty Kalakana deceased
Honolulu 3Iar 5th 1S91 13S3 5t
L Judicial Circuit will Uit at Chambers as
follows to wit
At the Court Hone namaKua
April 16 and 17 1S91 at 10 oclock A 31
At the Court House South Kohala
April 20 1891 at 10 oclock AM
At the Court House North Kohala
nril 23 21 23 and 27 1591 aclO oclock A 31
Circuit Jude Third Judicial Circuit
March6lS91 16 3t
fitQck vUnicitiscnunts
O Hawaiian Islands In Probate In the
matter of the Estate of 3IANUEL VINCENT
Jn late of KaluanuiMakawao Haul deceased
On reading and filing the petition and ac
counts of John F Hackfeld Administrator of
the estate of 3IanceI Vincent Jr late or Kalua
nui Makawao 3IauI deceased wherein he asks
to be allowed 3197307 and charges himself with
S49TS07 and asks that the same may be ex
amined and approved and that a final order
may be made of distribution of the property
remaining in his hands to the persons thereto
entitled and discharging him and his sureties
from all further responsibility as such Admin
It is ordered that TUESDAY the 5th day of
May A D 1391 at ten oclock am before such
Justice as shall be sitting at Chambers at Alli
olanl Hale In Honolulu be and the same hereby
Is appointed as the time and place for hcarln
said petition and accounts and that all persons
interested may then and there appear and show
cause ir any they have why the same should
not be cranted
Dated at Honolulu H I this 2Slh dav of
March A D 1S91
By the Court
lS Ct J H REIST Deputy Clerk
Hawaiian Islands In Probate In the
matter of the Estate of REV W P KAIIALE
dc Pcr PPOntIng time for Probate
of Will and directing publication of notice of
the same
A document purporting to be the last Will
and Testament of Rev W P Kahale deceased
having on the 20th day or March AD139L
been presented to said Probate Court and a
petition for the Probate thereof and for the
issuance of letters testamentary to William O
Smith having been filed by Hakaleleponl Ka-
i M l heteXJ Pmered that TUESDAY the
H h 5 of Apri D- 1S9I at 10 oclock a x
or said day at the Court Room or said Court at
Honolulu bo and the same is hereby appointed
the time ror proving said Will and hearing said
application when and where any personinter
ested may appear and contest the said Will and
the cranimg or letters tcstametary
Dated Honolulu H I 3rareh 20 1S9I
1Jtt Second Deputy Clerk
Hawaiian Islands In Probate In the
matter or the Estate or ANTONIO JOSE 3IA
UHADO or Honolulu Oahu deceased Order
appointing time Tor Probate Will and directinc
publication or notice or the same
A document pnrportinc to be the last Win
and Testament of Antoclo Jose 3Iachadode
ceased having ou the 20th day of MarchA D
131 been presented to said Probate Court and
a petition ror the Probate thereor and Tor the
Issuance of letters testamentry to Maria Isabel
Jiachsdo having been filed bv her
It is hereby ordered that WEDNESDAY the
I jth day of April A B 1S91 at 10 oclock a at
of said day at the Court Room of said Court at
Alnolani Hale in Honolnln be and the same is
hereby appointed the time for proving said Will
and hearing said application when and where
any person interested may appearand contest
the said Will and the cranting of letter testa
Hated Honolulu II I 3rarch 20 1591
By the Court J II REIST Depntv Clerk
1307 3
J Judicial Circuit In Probate
On reading andfilingthe petition and accounts
of R ALyman administrator of the estate of
Y h Kaainoni late of Hamakua Hawaii de
ceased wherein he asks to be allowed S2173
and charges himseir with S22T00D and asks
that the same may be examined and approved
and that a final order or distribution may be
made or the money remaining in his hands to
the persons thereto entitled and discharging
him and his sureties from all further responsi
bility as such administrator
It Is ordered that THURSDAY April 16 1S91
at 10 oclock A M at the Court House at Hono
kaa Hamakua Hawaii be and the same hereby
is appointed as the time and place for hearing
said petition and accounts and that all persona
interested may then and there appear and show
cause if any they have why the same should
not be granted and may present evidence as to
who are entitled to the money or said estate
Circuit Judge Third Judicial Circuit
3iarch 6 1S91 ISSMt
Mortgagees Notice of Fore
I provisions or a certain 3Iortgage made by
Nueln and H Talbot to the Portuguese Mutual
Benefit Society or Hawaii a corporation dated
January 11th 1SS9 recorded In Liber lHpac
211 notice Is hereby given that the mortaee
Intends to foreclose the same Tor conditions
broken tc wit non payment or interest aud
Notice is likewise siven that after the expira
tion or three weeks from thedate or this notice
the property conveyed by paid mortgage will be
advertised for sale at public auction at the auc
tion rooms of Jas F3Iorgan In Honolnln on
3IONDAY the 4th day of 3Iav 1S91 at 12 noon
of said dav
Further particulars can he had of William C
Achl Attorney at Law
Dated Honolulu Jlarch 23 1S91
The premises covered by said mortgage con
sist of
All tboe premises situated at Kapalama
Oahu and moro particnlarlv described inltoval
Patent 2S30LC A lOal and S100 to Kapatibi
and Kuhelelei containing an area of 1 C3 100
acres 136S U
Mortgagees Notice of Sale
hereinafter mentioned hath been hereto
fore duly foreclosed by advertisement ormoit
gagees notice or Intention to foreclose now
therefore by order of Daniel Kuai mortgagee of
a certain indenture or mortgage dated Novem
ber 10 1SSC or record in the office or IfeMstrar
or Conveyances in Liber 101 jare 297 I am
directed to sell at Pnblic Auction on WEDNES
DA the8thdayorAprilAD1891atl2ocIock
noon at my sales room in Honolulu The pro
perty included In said mortgagebeing as follows
O kela Apana Aina a pan loa e waiho la ma
Kailua Oahn oia ka Apana Aina I hoike ia ma
ka Palapala Slla Nui Heln a kuleanaHelu
ma ka luoa o Kahalpuna he21SO lO00ekaka Hi
iE hoomaka ma ke kihl Hik o hele ana Ak 54
Kom ISTOKh ma ka palcna no Hapalmama
malaila akn Hem 43J4 Kom 1 520 Eh ma ko
Konohiki malaila akn Hem 49 Hik I 3S0 Kh
ma kahawai malaila aku Ak 40 Hik 1 147 Kh
ma kahawai malaila aku Ak 46ii Kom 1 243 Kh
makapalena Koele malaila aku Ak 31 HikI
090 Khmalsila aku Hera 51 Hik I2S0Kh ma
ka palena Kaele malaila aku Hem 87 Hik I
2S0 Kh ma kahawai malaila aku Ak 26 Hik i
090 Kh ma kahawai a hikl i ka hoomaka ana
He 2 eka 1 0 100 Kh huinaha
Terms cash deeds at expense of purchasers
For rurthcr particulars apply to CHAS
CREIGHTON Attorney for Morcaeee or to
Mortgagees Notice of Fore
JL provisions of a certain mortsase made by
A W Joues and Clara Naki both of Napnlchu
Molokai to J C Cluney of Honolulu Oahu
dated August 3 ISSfi and recorded In the Re
gister Office Oahu in Liber 102 pages 243 and
241 notice Is hereby sriven that the mortsape
Intends to foreclose the same for condition
broken to wit nonpayment or principal and
The premises covered by said mortgaze con
sist or the fishpond called Nianpala described
in Royal Patent Grant 2531 with an area or 31
42 100 acres and will be offered for sale at the
auction rooms of Jas F 3Iorran in Honolulu
on SATURDAY the lltli day of April A D
lStl at 12 oclock noon of said dav
Further particulars can be had of
or of Cuables L Carter
Dated Honolulu March 16th A D 1391
Merchant Street Honolulu 1366 3t
Notice of Assignment
HALA Hawaii having this day made an
assignment of his property to the undersigned
for the benefit of hu creditors Notice Is hereby
given to all parties having claims atrainst the
said estate to present the same at once and all
Sartles indebted to said estate to make irame
iate payments at the office of
Assignment Estate Lam Yan
Honolulu March 16 1591 1367 2t
at E C Dakes Advertising
Agexcy 64 ife 65 Merchants Exchange
San Francisco Cal where contracts for
advertiainz can be made for it T
The utilitj of Windmills on these Islands
has never been clearly illustrated for the
reason that until the introduction of the
COMPANY there was not a mill that would
meet the requirements of the pnrchaser or
that could be made to run in localities where
the wind is nt time so haht that it is im
possible to make the old style wooden wheel
turn around The Aermotor ia constructed
of steel so light yet strong thnt it moves
with the slightest wind nor is it atfected in
any manner in the severest gale It is an
nbsolnte fact that the ordinary wooden mill
will remain motionless ou account of scarc
ty of wind while at the same time the
Aermotor will be pumping water
During a recent visit to Mauualoa Eanch
the wind was so light that it was not be
lieved that any mill could ran a half dozen
ordinary mills wero motionless but the
Aermotor was pumping water onongh to
supply the requirements of several hundred
heads of stock This istho usual state of
affairs and is evidence enough to convince
the most skeptical that the Aermotor is the
greatest windmill on earth An eight foot
geared Aermotor will pump water saw wood
turn the grindstone and grind the feed for
the stock at the same time It will by its
labor saving qualities add twenty years of
solid comfort to its owners life it will add
to his bank account and do every thing but
drive the hens to water or make them drink
We now have these mills on each of the
group and in every case they have proven a
perfect success iu every instance they have
done more than was expected and have
consequently given the greatest satisfac
tion We believe the sale of the Aermotor
on these Islands will be enormous and that
they will ultimately take the place of every
other make
It is said that the other mills do not re
quire puffing to sell them but we observe
that it takes a great many strong puffs of
wind to make them go after they are sold
An occasional testimonial does no harm and
we think they do some good they show tho
state of the public pulse so far as windmills
are concerned Tho following are culled from
a thousand not merely for what they ex
press for there are others louder in their
praises but for the character of the people
who famish them
Messrs Hawaiian Hardware Co Honolulu
Gentlemen I have had the S foot Aermo
tor placed in position on Maunaloa Ranch
and desire to express to you the genuine satis
faction I feel at the work it has done It
runs smoothly and revolves iu the slightest
wind One strong point in its favor in
addition to its doing all you promised it
would do is its absolute freedom from noise
a fault so common with every other mill I
have ever seen
Yours Truly
Geohoe J Campbell Manager
The 12 foot geared Aermotor has bee
running my four horse Rrinder two holo
self feed corn sheller feed cutter etc It
produces more power than you claim for it
audi cheerfully recommend it to parties
wanting a gear mill
C W Phexlt
Bradford III
I havo had one of your 12 foot geared
Aermotors in use for six months and it ful
fills your recommendations in every respect
In a moderate wind it will furnish more
power than four horses on a sweep power
It regulates perfectly Gusts do not nffect
it It does mv feed CUttinp nrinrlinrr nnil
pumping to my entire satisfaction
H D Hughes
Antioch 111
I like the tower and Aermotor first rate
and would not give it for any other that I
know I have one wooden wheel the
and I think it tho best wooden mill there is
bnt I would not give jour wheel for adozen
of the woodea ones The Aermotor runs
when wooden wheels will not and regulates
betterthananyof them and does not jerk
the pump
J R Knox
Pago Center la
My 8 foot Aermotor which furnishes
water for 200 head of stock will pump iu a
wind that will not move other 10 to 11 foot
It cannot be compared with others in light
winds while in strong winds it regulates
itself mnch better and quick than others
but one of its finest points to my mind L
that it does not jar the pump at all
Isaac Sotjltz
Gait III
I bnilt the tower myself although I am
no carpenter The directions were so plain
one could not make a mistake All the mills
owned by my neighbors have 12 toot wheels
Mine is S foot but it will panip with less
wind than any one of them It does not
have to run more than two hours a day to
pump water for 90 head of stock
Thomas G Stevenson
Reardon Wash
We use our 8 foot Aermotor for irrigating
three acres of land and find it equal to any
10 foot wooden wheel on the market It
runs nearly without wind and works the
pump smoothly and well
Hanson Templin
Archer Neb
These are but a few of many testimonials
in our hands we could publish more of
them but printers ink is not given away in
We advertise the Aermotor now simply
because it is a new thing here and we want
to brine it before the public it wont be long
before the mills will advertise themselves
We will be glad to furnish prices and
more detailed particulars to parties who
write us or if persons interested iu Aermo
tors will call at our store we will show them
working models erected on ting towers
We have the sole agency for tnese Islands
and the Aermotor can be obtained only
through us
The Haiaiian Harflware Ceiiaiy
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