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HAWAIIAN GAZETTE: FETDAY, AUGUST 2!,
ADA'S SAILS TOU-W
, In a Terriflic Storm Off Hilo Snmlay
te Ijy to nc Malmkona
ot Very Wad "WVathernt
" . ilHto au'd Vicinity.
The schooner Ada, Burt master, ar
rived in port from Hilo early last night
and anchored in the stream off the
Oceanic -wharf, afterwards hauling in
alongside the Nuuanu street wharf.
The Ada left Hilo at about S:30 a. m.
on Sunday, Captain Burt's intention being
to come direct to Honolulu for a
cargo of general merchandise.
When he had got a short distance
outside he was struck by a most terrific
storm, which for a while was
thought would send the little schooner
to the -bottom, but she is a seaworthy
vessel and weathered the storm beautifully.
Her sails were badly torn and
she -was forced to put in at Mahukona
for-repairs and to wait until a slight
abatement of the storm. Here the little
schoo&er lay to for twenty-four hours,
aad then put out for Honolulu Monday
Comparatively good weather was experienced
from Mahukona to Honolulu.
The Ada brought news of a terrible
storm at Hilo and along the coast,
which began on Saturday night before
her departure. The sky remained overcast
continuously and the rain came
down in torrents, with the high wind
addlag to the fury. On Sunday morning
the storm abated a bit and the Ada
left, oaly to get caught as already related.
The Ada also brought the report that
the Lehua had put into Hilo for safety
from the storm, being unable to get
sgar at Hakalau.
Work in the Circuit Court and
Some Probate .Matters.
"William Hoopii, otherwise styled
"Barefooted Bill," was brought up in
the Circuit Court yesterday and
to serve a term of two years and
to pay a fine of $3.50 on each charge of
burglary. Hoopii's record is bad. He
was convicted October 14, 1S91 of burglary
and sentenced to 4 years imprisonment
and $15.50 costs. This was
supposed to close him in after a series
of robberies, but during August and
September, 1S93, robberies of a similar
character to those for which he was
imprisoned occurred and were traced
to him. He confessed to having left
Oahu prison during the night time,
committed the robberies and returned
to his eell. For these crimes he was
seatenced to another year's imprisonment.
He was pardoned December 25,
H. Hackfeld &. Co., through their
Kinney and Ballon, have filed
an objection to the discharge from
bankruptcy of Kasamatsu, claiming
fraudulent transfer of property as
grenade for their action.
W. R. Castle, administrator of the
estate of William Dean, deceased,
ttee the court for permission to sell
certain real estate. Case is continued
until moved on.
The habeas corpus proceedings in the
case of Locy, the Chinese girl, said to
have tended here under false pretenses,
fe set for a hearing on August 22.
The ease of Manuel Reis vs.
to quiet title was on trial yesterday.
Akaaa and Akina, administrators of
the estate of C. Akana, have been cited
to appear in the Circuit Court before
Jadge A. W. Carter and show cause why
they should not be punished for contempt
for ignoring an order of the
A. S. Humphreys, attorney for W.
Larsen in a suit brought by David Day
ton, administrator of the estate of X.
Perry, deceased, has filed a motion for
arrest of judgment and will argue his
ease on Friday.
This Is an action by Dayton on a note
of C. L. Hopkins. Wra. Larsen and the
late A. P. wherein judgment
la the sum of ?SS6.S5, with costs of
$2L5, was obtained against Larsen
and Hopkins. Attorney Humphreys
claims an error in not bringing Peterson
as a defendant or in stating to the
Court that he Is dead or beyond the
jurisdiction of the Court.
The suit of Manuel Reis against
to quiet title was discontinued
on motion of A. G. M. Robertson, attorney
Minna. Cremmer, 6T years old, residing
on Queen street, convicted In lower
court of selling liquor without license,
was acquitted in Circuit Court yesterday,
In the suit of Kahoiwal et al vs.
liases, attorney for defense, have
made a motion for new trial.
Wa J. Wilson, receiver of the estate
of Akana. deceased, has been ordered
by Jadge Carter to sell certain land at
H&ekfeki & Co. have filed an amended
motion in oposition to the discharge
of Kazamatsu from bankruptcy.
Ah Sam withdrew his plea of not
gaihy to charge of being common nuisance
and plead guilty. Sentenced to
six months and 3.50 costs.
In the case of Qui Po Apa vs. Hen
Kwaie et al for ejectment, verdict for
plaintiff was rendered with damages
Olaf Sorenson, executor of the estate
of Thomas Sorenson, has filed an inventory
of the estate.
J. M. Camara, administrator of the
estate of Querino Fernandes, has filed
an inventory showing estate to consist
of a house and lot on Magazine street,
valued at $3000.
The appeal of plaintiff in the equity
salt of Jos. Yierra vs. Gulstan F. Ro-pert.
Bishop of Panopolis, has been
dismissed by the Supreme Court and
the cause remanded to the Circuit Court
of the Fourth Circuit.
Lilia Hanala, widow of S. N. P. Hanala,
has applied for letters of administration
on the estate of her husband.
The estate consists of real estate and is
valued at $1500.
Ah Sun and Ah Cha, convicted of
violating Sec 5, Act 21 P. G. laws in
tho ronrt withdrew their anneal.
Eight others convicted in lower court
convicted With them had their cases
nolle prosequid yesterday.
An ordinary opium smoking case was
before Judge Carter yesterday afternoon.
Argument of counsel began at
half-past four. The jury returned a
verdict of acquittal after a few minutes
Captain Fitzgerald Sick.
The steamer Hawaii arrived in port
at about 1:30 p. m. yesterday with no
freight aboard She brought back Capt
Fitzgerald very sick -with fever which
he contracted in Hilo. He was taken
to the Queen's hospital immediately
upon arrival. It was Capt. Fitzgerald's
intention to take a trip to the fatates,
but his illness will prevent his so doing
for some little time.
Captain "Weir, who went up some
time ago to learn the Hilo route so as
to be able to run the Hawaii, met that
steamer at Kukaiau and brought her to
The Hawaii will go on the dry dock
The marriage of Mrs. May Renner
to Senator Hocking of Maui was solemnized
in St. Andrew's Cathedral at
1 p. m. yesterday, Right Rev. Bishop
Willis officiating. After the ceremony
the newly married couple, together
with a number of their friends, repaired
to the home of Dr. George Herbert on
Alakea street, where congratulations
were offered. After this Mr. and Mrs.
Hocking went aboard the Alameda, on
which they took passage for San Francisco-
They will be gone several weeks
in the States.
"WE MUST HAVE THE TOOLS.
Robinson Crusoe, you remember,
made a big boat or canoe out "of the
trunk of a tree. It was a laborous and
tedious job. And that wasn't the worst
of it. When he got the boat done he;
coudn't launch it. It was too heavy
for one man to handle. If he had only
had an arrangement like the capstan of
a ship he might have managed. He
understood how to do it, but lacked the
tools. How often we find ourselves at
a dead stand for that same reason. Let
me give you a fresh illustration, tied
up for a moment in the following letter
which might first be read before we
can rightly come at the point.
"In the spring of 1SS4," says our correspondent,
"I got into a low weak
way, not being able to imagine what
had happened to me. My strength kept
ebbing away till I had scarcely the desire
or ability to do anything. I felt
as tired as if I had just arrived home
from a long, hard journey, yet no tax
more than usual of any kind had been
laid upon me. My mind, too, was
weary; so that I turned from things
that obliged me to think, plan or consider.
"Side by side, so to speak, with all
this was the failure of my appetite.
Of course I continued to eat, or make
an effort to eat, but food no longer
tempted me as it does a person in
health. I picked and minced over my
meals, and the little I took neither
tasted good nor did me any good after
I had eaten it. Instead of warming,
comforting and stimulating, me, as it
used to do, it gave me distress at the
stomach, pain at the chest, and a singular
feeling of tightness around the
waist, as though a belt were buckled
too snug around me.
"After a time the condition of my
stomach seemed to grow worse. There
was that sense of gnawing so often
mentioned by others, and occasionally
a feeling of faintness and sinking almost
like the ground giving way under
(Remark: An eminent London physician,
in one of his books, describes
this sinking feeling as one of the most
appalling and frightful that it is
possible to experience. It is not the
body but the mind that suffers. I, the
present writer, have had two attacks
of it, and pray to have no more. It is
like unto the overshadowing of the
Death Angel's wing, tclth the mind fully
conciou$ of the situation- The cause Is
nric acid poison in the blood, one of
the products of prolonged indigestion.)
"When this sinking feeling came on,"
continues the letter, "it weighed me
down like a nightmare. Finally I got
to be so weak I could only walk slowly
and feebly. The doctor icho prescribed
for we said mi complaint teas dyspepsia,
but his medicine had no perceptible
"I continued this for eight years;
not always the same, but now better
and then worse. Yet in all that long
time there was not a day when I could
say I was welL No medicine or treat
ment seemed right for me, and I almost
began .to think I never should recover
my former health.
"In March, 1SS2, Mother Siegel's Syrup
was recommended to me as having
done wonders in cases like mine, even
when they were of long standing and
everything else had failed. No harm to
try it, we thought, and got a bottle
from Mr. Grime, the chemist, in Bolton
Road; and after taking It I felt great
relief. My appetite quickly improved,
and I could eat without pain. When
I had taken two or three bottles more
the bad symptoms had all gone, and I
was as well as ever. My husband also
took the medicine with the same good
results. You may publish my letter
and refer inquirers to me. (Signed)
(Mrs.) Elizabeth Wilson, 5, Northcote
"Street, Bolton Road, Darwen, March
The lesson in this interesting narrative
Is too plain for us to miss it. Our
old friend Crusoe was not able to
launch his boat for the want of machinery.
Similarly the doctor who attended
Mrs. Wilson was not able to
cure her because he did not possess the
right remedy. His opinion as to her
complaint was entirely correct. -She
was suffering from chronis dyspepsia.
precisely as he told her. But alas! it
Is one thing to know what ought to be
done and quite another to have the
knowledge and means to do it
Between these two things (over this
wide gap) stands Mother Siegel's Syrup,
just as between the two sides of
the Thames stands London Bridge.
Vessels from Due.
P. M. S. S. Rio de Janeiro, China -and
0. S. S. Alameda, Colonies Aug. "0
Stmr Yokohama.. Aug. 20
Bk Albert, San Francisco Aug. 22
Bk S. C. Allen, San Francisco.. Aug. 22
C. A. S. S. Miowera, Colonies.. Aug. 29
U. S. S. Monowai, San Fran Aug, 27
0. & 0. S. S. Gaelic, China and Japan
0. S. S. Australia. San Fran Aug. 29
Tuesday, Aug. IS.
Schr Ada, Burt, from Hilo. -
Wednesday, Aug. 19.
Japanese stmr Young,
from Japan. "
Kaala, Thompson, circuit of the Islands.
J. A. Cummins from Heeia.
Thursday, Aug. 20.
O. S. S. Alameda, Van Oterendorp,
from the Colonies.
Stmr Waialeale, Peterson, from Kauai
Stmr Hawaii, Weir, from Hawaii
Stmr Lehua, Nye, from Hawaii ports.
Tuesday, Aug. IS.
Stmr. Kinau, Clarke, for Maui and
Stmr Mokolii, Hilo, for Lahaina,
Stmr Kilauea Hou, Freeman, for Hawaii
Stmr Kauai, Bruhn, for Kauai ports
Stmr Claudine, Cameron, for Maui
AVednesday, Aug. 19.
Am bktne Archer, Calhoun, for San
StmrTCe Au Hou, Thompson, for
Stmr Iwalani, Smythe, for Lahaina,
Honokaa and Kukuihaele.
Thursday, Aug. 20.
Haw bk Iolani, McClure, for New
O. S. S. Alameda, Van Oterendorp,'
for San Francisco.
Stmr Waialeale, Peterson, for, La
Stmr J. A. Cummins, Searle, for Oahu
From the Colonies, per S. S. Alameda,
Aug. 20 Capt. Enrico D'AIbertis, A.
Milke, J. Milne, one Samoan native and
43 cabin and 20 steerage passengers in
From Hawaii, per stmr Hawaii, Aug.
20 C. K. Spencer and J. Angus.
From Kauai ports, per stmr
Aug. 20 John Bush, Miss Ida Bush
and 17 on deck.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr' Kinau,
Aug. IS Volcano: T. A. Bailey
and wife, F. Weber, E. A. Mott-Smith
and bride. Way Ports: Rev. Byrde,
R. Rycroft, Miss Hapai, Robert More
and bride, H. Patten and wife, Master
Patten, Professor Koebele, R. C. L.
Perkins, Mrs. Goo Kim, C. S. Desky,
Adj. Simonson, J. M. Monsarrat P. G.
Camarinos, L. Gay, Father Leonor and
boy, M. Kaiser, Dr. Derby, A. J.
A. Fernandez, Mrs. A. M. Clarke
and child, A. K. Jones, A. Dowsett,
wife and child, Mrs. Holmes, George
Carter and wife, and 50 on deck.
For Maui ports, per stmr Claudine,
Aug. 18 Mrs. Robert Lewers, Miss
Sorenson, C. L. Wight, H. A. Parmalee
and wife, Miss Eldredge, W. A. Wall,
Miss Bicknell, Miss Lamb, Master Giles,
Richard Reuter, Dr. C. B. Cooper, Ana
Oke, C. A. Spreckels, Father Valentine,
Master Crowell, Mrs. de Shera and Loo
For Kauai ports, per stmr Kauai,
Aug. IS Miss Ellen Joseph, Miss Maria
Dammer, Dr. Maxwell, Rev. A. Mackintosh,
W. C. Sproull, G. H. Fairchild,
Miss J. Smith, Mrs. Jacobsen, Mary
Ailau, Mrs. Morse and child, and 25 on
For Lahaina, Honokaa and Kukuihaele,
per stmr Iwalani, Aug. 19 Mrs.
Estep, Mrs. McStay and 3 on deck.
For San Francisco, per R. M. S. S.
Alameda, Aug. 20 R. W. McChesney
and wife, J. M. McChesney and wife,
three children and servant, Mrs. Zr F.
rsowier, auss ueason, wonaiu
H. Shauinwald, F. W. Macfarlane and
wife, Irmgard Macfarlane, M. C. Edwards,
J. E. Richards, wife and two
sons, A. G. Neiper, A, Hocking and
bride, Judge Widemann, Miss Gertie
Widemann and Miss Anna Widemann,
Mrs. Rhodes, A. W. Keech, F. B.
Mr. Abbott, J. Nawahi and wife,
W. G. Ogg and wife, H. Palachi, Roose
Johnson, Miss Anna CahilL
W5ARF ASP WAVE.
The Rio de Janeiro Is two days late.
The schooner Ada will sail for Hilo
with a cargo of general merchandise
Tuesday afternoon. She will take the
Rawlins soap plant among her freight
The bark Iolani, which departed yesterday.
Is the thirteenth vessel that has
gone around the Horn with sugar from
Honolulu this year. Twelve went to
New York and one to Boston.
The Hawaiian bark Iolani, McClure
master, sailed for New York early yesterday
afternoon with a cargo of 2084
tons of sugar. Captain McClure was
accompanied by his wife. Pilot
took the Iolani out
The German bark H. Hackfeld will
sail for Laysan Island on Saturday for
a load of guano for this port Captain
Barber will take along -with him a lot
of taxidermists' materials for th& purpose
of stuffing a lot of birds.
The Japanese steamer
Young master, arrived yesterday morning
and anchored in naval row. Following
Is the captain's report: Cleared
from Yokohama on August 5; brought
i 260 Japanese Immigrants and 7 steerage
uasseneers. The is eon-
I signed to Win. G. Irwin & Co. "
The undersigned, having been appointed
bv A. Perry, Second Judge Circuit
Court, First Judicial Circuit, receiver
to take possession of all
in the Hawaiian Islands belonging
to J. K. Sumner, hereby gives notice to
all persons in possession of property
belonging to the said J. K. Sumner, or
mnv im inrtphtpil to him. to deliver
over said property and pay indebtedness
at once. J. U. UAitmn.
20S Merchant Street.
Honolulu. Aug. 5th, 1S96.
The steamer "Kinau" will leave Hilo
Saturday, August 22nd, at S o'clock
P. M., arriving at Honolulu Monday
morning, August 24th, instead of the
regular advertised time.
WILDER'S S. S. CO., Ltd.
Honolulu, August 14th, 1S96.
As head Sugar Boiler, by one who
has had over twenty years' experience.
Apply or address,
S. S. Kinau, .
Will leave Honolulu at 10 o'clock a. m.,
touching at Lahaina, Maalaea Bay and
Makena the same day; Mahukona,
and Laupahoehoe the following
day, arriving in Hilo the same after
Tuesday '. Sept S
Friday Sept 18
Tuesday Sept. 29
Friday Oct. 9
Tuesday Oct 20
Friday Oct 30
Tuesday Nor. 10
Friday Nov. 20
Tuesday Dec. 1
Friday Dec. 11
Tuesday Dec 22
Will call at Pohoiki, Puna, on trips
Returning, will leave Hilo at S
o'clock a. m., touching at Lapauhoehoe,
.uamikona and Kawaihae same day;
Makena, Maalaea Bay and Lahaina the
following day, arriving at Honolulu the
aft moons of Tuesdays and Fridays.
Monday Aug. 24
Friday : Sept. 4
Tuesday Sept 15
Tuesday Oct. G
Friday Oct. 16
Friday : -, Nov. G
Tuesday ; Nov.17
Tuesday Dec. S
Tuesday Dec. 29
Will call at Pohoiki, Puna, on the
second trip of each month, arriving
there on the morning of the day of sailing,
from Hilo to Honolulu.
The popular route to the volcano Is
via Hilo. A good carriage road the entire
Round-trip Tickets, covering all expenses,
S. S. Claudine,
Will leave Honolulu Tuesdays at 5
o'clock p. m., touching at Kahului, Ha-na,
Hamoa and Kipahulu, Maui. Returning,
arrives at Honolulu Sunday
Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, once each
No freight wil be received after 4 p.
m. on day of sailing,
This company reserves the right to
make changes in the time of departure
and arrival of its steamers WITHOUT
NOTICE, and it will not be responsible
for any consequences arising therefrom.
Consignees must be at the landings to
receive their freieht This rnmnnnv
will not hold itself responsible for
ireignt alter it has been landed.
L,ive stock received only at owner's
This company will not be
oie ior money or valuables of passengers
unless placed in the care of pursers.
Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. Those failing
to do so will be subject to an additional
charge of twenty-five per cent
' C. I. WIGHT, President
S. B. ROSE, Secretary.
Capt J. A. King, Port Superintendent
Honolulu, H. L. Jan. 1, 1896.
CHAS. BREWER & CO.'S
Boston Line of Packets
The bark "AMY TURNER," W. C.
Warland, Master, will sail from New
York for this port on or about October
For particulars call or address
Chas. Brewer & Co ,
27 Kilby Street, Boston, o
C. BREWER & CO., LTD..
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
T. H. BRANDT has this day been appointed
Deputy Assessor and Collector
for the District of Waimea, Island of
Kauai, vice E. Omsted, resigned.
J. K. FARLEY,
Assessor Fourth Division.
S. M. Damon,
Minister of Finance. , .. , .
Honolulu, August 14th, 1S9G.
IN THE CIRCUIT COUB.T, FIRST
Circuit of the Hawaiian Islands. In
Probate. In the matter of (he Estate
of Martha J. McGowan, late of
The petition and accounts of the Administrator
of the Estate of said deceased,
wherein he asks that his accounts
be examined and approved, and
that a final order be made of distribution
of the property remaining in his
hands to the persons thereto entitled,
and discharging, him from all further
responsibility as such Administrator.
It is ordered that MONDAY, the
14th day of September, A. D. 1S96, at
ten o'clock A. M., at Chambers, in the
Court House, at Honolulu, be and the
same hereby is appointed as the time
and place for hearing said petition and
accounts, and that all persons interested
may then and there appear and show
cause, if any they have, why the same
should not be granted.
Honolulu, August 13, 1S9G.
By the Court:
P. D. KELLETT, JR.,
CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST CIRCUIT
of the Hawaiian Islands. In Probate.
In the matter of the Estate of Paul P.
Kanoa, late of Honolulu, deceased.
The petition and accounts of the Executors
of the will of said deceased,
wherein they ask that their accounts
be examined and approved, and that a
final order be made of distribution of
the property remaining in their hands
to the persons thereto entitled, and discharging
them from all further responsibility
as such Executors.
It is ordered that Friday, the ISth
day of September, A. D. 1S9G, at ten
o'clock a. m., at Chambers, In the Court
House, at Honolulu, be and the same
hereby Is appointed as the time and
place for hearing said petition and accounts,
and that all persons 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
Honolulu, Aug. 6th, 1S9G.
By the Court:
GEORGE LUCAS, Clerk.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Second Circuit, Hawaiian Islands. At
Chambers. In Probate.
In the matter of the Estate of Mrs. Ki-
likina Puu, late of Makawao, Maui,
deceased intestate. Before Judge J.
On reading and filing the petition of
Mrs. John Leal and John Leal, of Ma
kawao, Maui, alleging that Mrs. Kili-
kina Puu, of Makawao, died intestate
at Makawao, Maui, on the 4th day of
May, A. D. 1S96, leaving property in the
Hawaiian Islands necessary to be ad
ministered upon, and praying that letters
ot administration issue to John
It is ordered that Thursday, the 3d
day of September, A. D. 1896, at 10
o'clock a. m be and hereby is appointed
for hearing said petition, in the
Court Room of this Court at Wailuku,
Maui, at which time and place all persons
concerned may appear and show
cause, if any they have, why said petition
should not be granted.
Dated Wailuku, H. 1., August 3d, A.
D. 1896. G. ARMSTRONG,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Second
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
AND OF SALE.
In accordance with the provisions of
a certain mortgage made by Joseph
Barros, then residing at Brava, Cape
de Verde Islands, and at present of
Honolulu, Island of oahu, Hawaiian
Islands, to the Portuguese Mutual Ben
efit Society of Hawaii, a corporation
existing under the laws of the Hawaiian
Islands, dated July 31, 1893, recorded
in the Registry of Deeds in said
Honolulu in Liber 145, page3 93-94-95,
Notice is hereby given, that the
intends to foreclose the same for
conditions broken, to-wit: non-payment
or both principal and interest when
due. Notice is likewise given that after
the expiration of three weeks from the
date of this notice, the property conveyed
by said mortgage will be advertised
for sale and will be sold at public auc
tion, at the auction rooms of James F.
Morgan, in Honolulu, to-wit: on Saturday,
the 19th day of September, 1896,
at 12 o'clock noon of said day.
For further particulars apply to W.
A. Kinney, Esq.
Dated Honolulu, August 7th, 1896.
THE PORTUGUESE MUTUAL BENE-
FIT SOCIETY OF HAWAII,
By M. G. SILVA, President.
The premises covered by said mortgage
All those pieces or parcels of land
situate In said Honolulu, and described
1. Lot No. 365 on Government Map.
Beginning at the west angle of Piikol
street and Wilder avenue, and running
S. 43 deg. 35 min. W. (true), 183.3 eet
along Piikoi street; N. 46 deg. 25 min.
W. (true), 300 feet along Lot 363; N.
43 deg. 35 min. E. (true), 106.7 feet
along Lot 352; S. 60 deg. 45 min. E.
(true), 309.5 feet along Wilder avenue
to initial point Area, one acre, being
the same premises granted to him by
Royal Patent (Grant) No. 3275.
2. Land at Makiki, Honolulu aforesaid,
bounded as follows, to-wit:
E hooninka ana ma ke klhi Hema o
keia, oia hoi ke klhi Komohana o ko
Ihuole pa e ku ana, e pill ana me ko
alnmii Moi, n e holo ana.
N 25 deg. 25 min. W (true) S00 kapual
a hiki I ka hoomaka ana o ka Honua
nialuna aku o ke. awawa; alalia S. 84
deg. E. (true), 162 kapuai e moku ana i
ke awawa a hikl 1 ka lae one hehu ma
ka aoao Hlklna; alalia e iho ana S.
26 deg. 25 min. E., (true), 700 kapual
ma ke klhi Hlklna o ke kahua heiau,
a e pill ana me ka aina o Loe, a hikl 1
ka pa o Ihuole, 20 kapunl mai ke klhi
mat e ku nei; alalia S. 60 deg. W.,
(true), 14S kapual ma ko Ihuole pa .a
hiki i kahl i hoomaka i, a aia maloko
o keia pa 2& Eka, and being the same
premises conveyed to him by Nunul
(w) and Omoe (k) by deed dated December
1, 1SS4, and recorded in Liber
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF
TION TO FORECLOSE AND OF
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue
of a power of sale contained in a certain
mortgage, dated the 9th day of
January, A. D. 1S93, made by Kawahlne
(w), of Hilo, Island of Hawaii, to J.
M. Monsarrat, of Honolulu, Island ot
Oahu, recorded In the ofllce of the Registrar
of Conveyances, In Liber 139,
folios the said J. M. Monsarrat,
mortgagee, intends to foreclose
said mortgage for a breach of the conditions
in said mortgage contained, to
wit: the non-payment of both the principal
and interest when due. Notice
Is also hereby given that all and singular
the lands, tenements and
in said mortgage contained
and described will be sold at public
auction at the auction room of W. S.
Luce, corner of Fort and Queen streets
in said Honolulu on Monday, the 7th
day of September, A. D. 189G, at 12
o'clock noon of said day.
The property in said mortgage is
thus described, viz:
All that certain piece or parcel of
land situate in Puueo in said Hilo,
being a portion ot lot 4 of Apana 2 of
Royal Patent No. 23 to B. Pitman, and
bounded and described as follows:
Commencing at the west angle and
running S. C6 deg. IS min. E. true 57.5
feet, thence S. 7 deg. 32 min. E. true
211.6 feet along Maria I lot, thence S.
7S deg. 21 min. W. true 49 feet along
Makaena lot, thence N. 7 deg. 32 min.
W. true 245 feet to commencement, containing
11,129 sq. ft., and being the
same premises that were conveyed to
said Kawahine (w) by the said J. M.
Monsarrat by deed dated December 22d;
1S92, and recorded in the ofllce of the
said Registrar in liber 142, folios 15
Terms cash. Deeds at expense of
purchaser. For further particulars
apply to Mortgagee.
J. M. MONSARRAT,
Dated Honolulu, August 7, 189G.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE.
In accordance with the provisions of
a certain mortgage made by J. W. Pil
to S. B. Dole, and by various assignments
conveyed to the Kohala Sugar
Company, dated April 15th, 1S89, recorded
Liber 111, page 397, notice is
hereby given that the mortgagee "intends
to foreclose the same for condition
broken, to-wit: non-payment of
both interest and principal.
Notice is likewise given that after
the expiration of three weeks from
the date of this notice, the property
conveyed by said mortgage will be advertised
for sale at public auction, at
the auction rooms of J. F. Morgan, In
Honolulu, on Monday, the 14th day of
September, 1S9G, at 12 noon of said
Further particulars can be had of
W. R. Castle.
Dated Honolulu, August 21st, 1896.
KOHALA SUGAR COMPANY,
Assignee of Mortgagee.
The premises covered by said mortgage
and to be sold consist of:
A lot ot four and 8-10 acres of land
in Kaneohe, Oahu, adjoining Kaluau's
kuleana, the stream and the maln
road, being the same premises conveyed
to W. E. Pil by Rev. H. H. Parker
in 1876, by deed recorded in Liber 59,
The undersigned having been appointed
administrator with the will
annexed, of the estate of Ekekela
(w), late of Hilo, Hawaii,
ed, hereby gives notice to all creditors
of said estate to present their claims,
duly verified, to the undersigned at the
ofllce of Hitchcock & Wilder, in Hilo,
within six months from this date or
they will be forever barred. All debts
due said estate must be paid to the undersigned
GARDNER K. WILDER,
Administrator with the will annexed
of the estate of Ekekela Kaawa (w),
Hilo, August 12th, 1896.
The undersigned, administrator nf ip
estate of Hee Fang, deceased intestate,
nereoy gives notice to all the creditors
of the said decedent to nrespnt thpir
claims, duly authenticated, and with
proper vouchers, If any exist, even if
the same is secured by mortgage upon
real estate, to him, at hia place of business,
to wit: the ofllce of Ving, Fat &
Company, on King Street, near Bethel
Street, In Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
Hawaiian Islands, within six months
from the day of the publication of this
notice, or they shall be forever barred.
And all persons indebted to the said
estate are Hereby also directed to make
payment thereof to the said administrator.
HEE TAI KONG,
Administrator of the estate of Hee
Dated Honolulu, H.I., Aug. 14, A.D. 189G