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HAWAIIAN (lA'ETTKt ritlllAY, MAY 10. IMi9.--8KMI.VKKKI.
BAD ONE FOUND
Rev. Mr. Bishop Reads Ataia;
SENDS IN THE ACCOUNT
Make Comment nnd Drw Mo
ral - A Brief Peply to tha
KDiToit i. c. advertiser -
Since jou take Rome liberties with my
name In nn illtorlnl of this morn
ing upon the subject of ilramatle ex
hibition nt I'unahoii, nliout which I
hail not Intended to write nn thing,
will you kindly allow pnco. In Illus
tration of what u toiling Iondon
theater actually In, to reprint u thea
trical crltlaue from the Ixmdon Dally
Mall of March 3, 1899. It suggests that
until the exlHtlng stage has been dis
infected, It may not nt jet be a (safe
thing to make it a factor In the edu
cation of our youth. It also Indicate
a reason why one who marries nn
actor or an actress, Is opt to suffer
lowering In social repute.
S. E BISHOP
Honolulu, M.iy 17. 1899.
Fun and Nastlncss nt the Awnile
Certainly a ery funny farce,
brilliantly written, full of wltt
phrases and humorous characteriza
tion. In all probability it will Ire a
great success the ladles and gentle
men at the Awnue Theatre last night
laughed heartily and with keen en
joyment from l ginning to end.
Wo hae waned to write, for the
young lady of fifteen, and no doubt It
it cry right and proper that it should
bo so. No doubt It is wry right and
proper and creditable to turn the stage
Into the club smoking-room a "smart"
club smoking-room. Imnllly of the
sexes Ih In the air lly all meaius let
us dlwrt our womenfolk with "Kinut"
good, forcible slang IS "smut." Hut
It will be Interesting to mite tho at
titude of those who lift up their hands
in holy horror If a m-tIous play treats
of I(P In hcilous fashion, though its
aim may lie, high and Its motlw lofty
It will lie Interesting to note the
attitude) of these towards "The
Cuckoo." .Mr. Ilrookfleld's adaptation
from Mellhac's farce. "Docore "
No doubt this picture of fact and
llippanl libertinism; this rechauffe of
"funny stories" which used to wall un
til the ladles had left the dlnlng-iooui;
these references to tho "demimonde"
and "common women." and to "our"
room by a lady on a trip to a rlwrslde
hotel with a man lint her husband;
thw blatant women "plrktd up" at
Niagara; these black men In their
stilus; threw "damns" used In the pre
sence of women no doubt thew are
the concomitant of successful jilaj s.
We do not write for the joiing lad
of fifteen We are enlightened, we are
emancipated, we haw left all the silly
old prejudices behind us. No doubt
"smart society" will Hock to the Ave
nue Oar duty Is not to dlssuado tho
public, only to tell them what to c
let Then If the rush to the Awime
Theatre It Is their bmine.-s, tin) must
look out for themselwj
Some may say that frank ludec'iic)
would be better than the shallow hypo
crlsy of the.e English perwislon.s of
the French, which mask eerj thing
the lli3 utter, but accentuate It with
a wink and a ker. That question
it Is not news.iry to aigue.
We do not blame Mr. llrookfleld If
blame irf deserved.- He Is a wltt, 11
eaustlc and clewr writer: he was told
to adapt "Decore" and he adapted It
He has tried to eIo.ine It as much as
possible; he has crammed his work
with brilliant lines, and drawn for us
man) humorous and amusing charac
ters; he has done his work wry skil
fully We cannot blame him and we
aro sure those cxpletlws are not his;
all we might ask. were we disposed
to display our prejudice and our
bigotry, Is Why was l)eore brought
to England at all?
It Is, of courso. ildlculous to ee any
'hlng unfit In the story of a husband
and wife taking Jamiu fur a night
into the country with another woman
and another man Nothing wrong ac
tually happens, so wh complain''
Why object when It Is onlv niggei.tlon
nnd wggestiwness from lglniiliig to
ml' The theatre is not for the young
lad of llfteen It Is still riippirted to
be for gentlewomen, howewr Hut If
'he gentlewomen do not object
It Is all funny, decldedlv funny. The
drowning man and the lion and the
negro potentate nnd tho admirable
waiter nnd the skit on "Journalese"
all funny, wry funny. And tho audi
ence laughed loudly, and cheered nnd
applauded. Tho Cutkoo Is a most
laughablo farce That many things
nro laughable which are not wcllbred
or clean Is an undeniable fact.
Tho acting Is ndmlrable.'lt cou'd not
! belter. Mr. Charles Huwtrey,
Mrtiggllng heroically against n terrible
'old, was In his best form. Extremely
lewr was tho waiter of Mr Charles
Stevens; whimsical nnd humorous
wero Mr Arthur Williams ami Sir
Lyston I.yle Miss Fannlo Ward was
mm h ov rwt-ighted as tho heroine.
And The Cuckoo Is tho succensoi to
viil .tid Ui h Mgy"'
fWli.t u I, ' 'lb,' 13 niiiB I'ut of
New York intiy denounced the
insuagonivnt of the mage by men who
pandered, nu , to the low tattog of the
'I'Jioro nro many lions. used for lm-
proiior purpfx Would jou ul.ollh
nouses, or would ou eiaij tuwn out
mid Iniprovo tlw hmni of thnitT Would
jou forego tho nlMiwro of bavin
doits, ls?mua sumo niwi umi thim for
'I&tf HkIiIIiik? Would you ulve up tko'on the way
I ik nt horw. lieu ome men put
thrni n the track nnd gmnbto over
thctn W.iiiiil ou innkn men dumb
lft.n. some? mm un ImiI language
Woti.il ii destroy corn. lifcatiMi some
mm m.iif i Into whiskey? Became.
wickeel plays on the
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fot li 1 oilier men to
I - Tlio Editor i
I.iiu'i' llcic Auulil
The Hri ih S S Carmarthenshire.
C. II lliirih, of the California nnd Or
iental line, arrived In port nnd docked
at the Oceanic dock nt C o'clock last
owning, thirteen days from Yokohama.
Sho has on btnrd as pawngora two
Japanese cabin nnd 191 steerage. There
arc 350 tons of freight. She Is con
signed to Alexander & Baldwin.
l'urscr T. A. U Mastereon has vis
ited this port ng purser of tho Ilelglan
King, of tho same line. He reports an
uncwntfiil voyage to port. The plague
Is still raging In Hongkong. From
here the Carmarthenshire will go to
San Diego, via San Francisco.
To Clear Reservation.
Consul General Haywood has Issued
an order to the effect that no one will
be allowed to use the ground reserved
by tho United States on the harbor
front as n naval Htatlon.
This order became necessary from
the fact that the work of construction
would commence Immediately. This
order Is absolutely necessary a the
contractors are required, under heavy
bonds, to completo the work, and any
hlmlcrnnreA or obstructions by the
Government make the latter respons
ible. Italian l.uhor.
The trustees of Uie Sugar Planters'
Association met yesterday morning
nnd discussed plans for tho' Introduc
tion of Italian labor for the sugar in
dustry. Consul F. A. Schacfer pre
sented correspondence '-om the Italian
Government favoring the plan. The
matter will be taken up ngain at the
next general meeting of the Planters.
ninth' D.ma's Pen Picture of
Noted Federal rui Ollicer
(Chas . Dana In his Hemlnl'ctiiccs )
in my opinion, the great Holdler of
the Aim of the Potomac was (ien.
Humphreys. He was the chief of staff
to (Jn. Meaele, and was a stiateglst, a
tactician, and an engineer. Humphreys
was a fighter, too, and in this tin ex
i'i-uioii io most enginiers. lie was a
!! iiiieiesuug Ilglll.'. lie nw,i t0
ride about lu a black felt hat, the brim
of which was turned eloun all around,
making him look like a tjuaker. He
w'.is wiy pleai.int to deal with, unless
you were lighting against him, and
then he was not so pletiH.iiit. He was
one of the loudest swearers that I ver
knew. The me'ii of distinguished and
brilliant pior.uilty in the war wetc
(li'ii Sherman and Oca. Humphi'eys
could not mvntlou any others to be
cl tsM'd with them. (Ion. Logan u.us a
Htroug swi'.uei, but he na not a West
Polntei, lu. was a lulll.m Sheimiu
and llumiihreyH would swear to make
eery thing blue whin some dispatch
bad not been di'liwicil correctly, or
the were pioedted lliimplneys was
a wiy cli.iimliig mm .mil quite rhstl
titto of anlty I think he had coll
sentiii to go anil sciw wltn Jlcute as
chief of htaff out of puii pitiiollsm
He pteferred an active command, and,
eventually, on the ee of the mil suc-
cceiled to the command of the Second
Oorps and bore a conspicuous part in
tho ppnmutto campaign.
FILIPINO CHNTILI'l Y.
'Speaking of th' ofi-rifcatid state
ne at that the Filipinos are a very de
giacled, Ignorant and iinel Hired iioo
le reminds me of a night 1 spent at
a Filipino cluli." wi.tc.s Chatles L
Jewett, of New Albany lu nn exchange.
"I was lnlted to attend the opening
of tho club. I had not been In Manila
long, and everything was new to me
Out of ctiilo.-lty I accented the Imita
tion, and went to the function In my
o cry-day duds, not dreaming but that
it would be a wry Hide ind coare, it
not comical, affair. Well, I want to
tell you that 1 waa completely sur
prVed. Tho guests drow up In canl
ages, and the men wcro all attired In
black clothe and white ties, and a
good many were In full clrcs .utile,
And, by (ieorge! if It Isn't a fact that
sewrnl of them can ltd ciush opeia
hats I was the poorest diesseel man
In the lot, but they all treated mc
with tho greatest consideration, nnd 1
found them a pollto and cultivated w?t
of jioople Of cours.e, they wero the
ue.im of the Filipinos, but tho fact
t.,ut the laie can ewlw etiih creditable
exiHinenu Miows that ah n people they
are . apable of dewlopmeut "
TO PENSION PKOFF.SSOKS
Harvard I'nUerslty Is to pension
professoi nnd nflstant profes-ots who
haw terwd th iimtltmion for twenty
M.ir or in. u." a hi of rtlilnc al
lowances niiiR ien fstabllshiM by
the president and fellows of tin urn-
Mrsity I', j. iii w.n t mj; stt,
in llirvani n imi ,u,,. will, h imi.
tlii' lu,eui liunl has crown t.i J tin.
oofl Hamml Is the flut American
unlwralty to establish n gen.ral -tern
of retiring allowance.
Th application for n charier f ii a
second railway lint out of llllo Is to bo
taken up toon by tho Cabinet, lu tho
meantlm tlio llllo Hallway Oomptny,
the pioneer coneoru, lion lu men In tho
iioki ami a largo amount of material
ARRIVED T IIONOI.l l.t
Tuesday. May lc
Stmr J A. Cummins, Searle. from
fltmr. W. (I. Hall, Haglund. from
Maul nnd Hawaii; 0001 Iwigs sugar. i)
bag coffee, 20 head cattle, lo Ml
Wednesdny, May 17
Stmr James Makee, Tullott, from
Knjwia; 2250 bags sugar.
btmr. Iwalanl, (Iregory, fcom Hono
kaa and Kukulhnele; C021 bags Migar
for 1'. A. Schnefcr & Co.
Schr I.tikn, from Hawaii, sugar lad
en. Thursday, May IS.
Am. schr. Chas. It. Wilson, Johnson,
from dray's Harbor; 2C.212 fet rough
and 9373 feet dressed lumber to the O.
I.. & 11. Co.
Am. bk. Mohican, Saunders, from
Am. schr. Aloha, Dable. from San
Francisco; 1,250 tons general mer
chandise. SAIMiD FHOM HONOLULU.
Tuesday, May 1C.
Stmr. KInnti, Freeman, for Maul and
Stmr. Claudlne, Cameron, for Mam
porta at & p. m.
Stmr. Mlknhala, Thompson, for Na-
willwill (pass, only), Kleele, Maka
well, Walmea and Kekaha, at C p, m.
Stmr. Klloliann, Thomiwon, for Na
wlllwlll, Hanamaulu and Koloa at r.
Stmr. I.ehua. Hcnnet. for Kaunakn
kat, Knhalepalaoa, Lahalnn, Olowalu
and Klhcl at S p. m.
O. S. S. Australia, Hotitllctte, for San
Francisco at 4:30 p. m.
Wednesday, May 17.
Stmr. Maul, Welsbarth, for Klhei,
Paauhau and Kukalau, at G p. m.
Stmr. Kauai, Hruhn, for Iihalna nnd
Kaanapall. 4 p. m.
Schr. Ada, for Hanalel and ICallbl
wai, 4 p. in.
Thursday, May 18.
Stmr. James Make-e, Tullett, for Ka
paa, at C p. m.
Am. bktn. W. H. Dlmond, Nllson,
San Francisco; 1015 tons sugar.
vi:ssi:i.s li:avinc. today.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, Haglund, for I,a
halna, Maalaea, Kona and Kati at 10
Stmr. Iwalanl, Oregory. for Honokaa
and Kuktiihaele nt 9 a. m.
Per W. (J. Hall. May 1C 400 bags of
sugar left nt Piinaluti nnd 2300 nt Ho-
nuapo; fine weather nnd considerable
rain In Knit; 4500 P. S. M. and 1700 H.
S. sugar left.
VESSELS IN PORT.
AIIMY AND NAVY.
U. S. S. Iroquois, Pond, Illlo, March 19.
U. S. T. S. Lee'cnaw. Stores. San
Francisco, May 13.
U. S. T. S Solace, Dunlap, Manila, via
lokohama. May 15.
(This lint does nut include coasters.)
Am. stmr. City of Columbia, Mllnor,
llllo. Dec. 11.
Am. ship S. P. Hitchcock, Illlo, April
Am. schr. Ersklno S. Phelps, Graham,
San Francisco, April 16.
Am. ship Iroquois, Thompson, Now
York. April 19.
Am. schr. W. II. Talbot, llinnechc,
Newcastle, April 21.
Am. schr. II. -. Hcndlxon, Olson, New
castle, April 25.
Am. schr. Fort (.corse, Morse, San
Francisco, April 23.
Haw. bk. Mauna Ala, Sulth, San Fran
cisco, April 2C.
Haw. bk. Himalaya. Dearborn, New
castle, April 2S.
Am. ship Aryan, Whlttler, Norfolk,
Am. schr. Repeat, Olsen, Port Ulakely
Am. schr. F. S. Redfield. Illrkholm,
Am. bktn. Geo. C. Perkins, Maas,
Newcastle, May 2.
Ah ship Standard. Seattle.
Am. bk. Topgalltnt, Lundwaldt, Port
lllakcley. May 3.
Am. bk. C. 1). Ilryant, Colley, San
Francisco, May 4.
Am. schr. Fred K. Sinder, Svenson,
i'ort Ludlow. May 4.
Haw. bk. Andrew Welch, Drew, San
i rincisco, .May s.
Am schr. Golden Shore, Rasniuwen,
.Newcastle, aiay s.
Am. schr. Mary E. Foster, Thompson,
sau i rancisco, May 8.
Am. schr. Jcsslo Minor, "Whitney,
i.urekn, Jlay :i.
S. S. Tal I'u, Schuldt, Hakodite, May-
Am schr. Inea, Hcrkholm, Nowcnstle,
Am. bktn. Skagit. Robinson, Port
Townseml. May 15
Am. schr Chas. 11. Wilson. Johnson.
Gray's Harbor. May IS
Am. schr. Alohi, Dabel, Sin Fran-
ilsco, May In
Am hk. Mohican, Saunders, Sin Fratij
i Isco, May is.
Hr. S. S CarniartheniOiIre, lltirch.
from Yokohama, May IS.
CHARTERED FOR HONOLULU.
Harwster, Am. bk
Rttndaleer. Chll. bk
Euterpe, Haw. ship
Star of Italy, Haw. ship . . .
Novelty. Am. tchr
Robert Sudden, Am. bk
Addenda, Am. bktn
I.otiUlaua, Am. schr
Yosemlte, Am. ship . .
Llzzlo Vance, Am. schr
Hcarr, Am. ship
. . London
. . London
Win. Howden. Am. sctir. .,
Colusa, Am. bk
II. Hackfold, Ger. bk. .
Kllmory, VI r. ship
J. (5. Oladr. Ger. bk
Klnf.tuns, Dr. hk
A Escoccsa, Hr, hk
I'oong Buoy, Haw, bk
Helen Hrewer, Haw. ship ,.
OIhhI llaxter, Am, Ik
lnlnnl, Haw, bk,
Chat, 11, Moody, Am. ship
From Maul and Hawaii por s, per
iTinr. W 0. Hall, May 10. S. Chamb
erlain, J. P. Chamberlain, Mrs. J. F.
Hckhardt, Mrs. J. Lino, Jr., Mrs. Mary
Lino, V V, True, Miss True. Mr. Ke
kal, J A. McCltilre, Mrs. J. N. Itobln
non, C Castendyke, Miss A. Christian,
J Coejx'r. Mrs. Kaholo, Mrs. Manama,
Mrs. (Ireen. Kualmoku. Mrs. Kualmo
kti, W. C. Aehl, Ahl and wife, J. Innls
and wife, J. Xarsellc nnd wife. Mrs.
Traves. E. Knue, Mrs. Davison and
Per schr. Aloha, May IS -It T Tag
ert and H. Scllger.
Per schr. Charles It. Wilson, Miy IS.
.Mrs. Johnson nnd child.
Per stmr Mlknhala, for Kauai, May
10. Mrs. W. H. Illce. J. Qullel. A. S.
(Itilld, L. A. Plnkham, Miss Clark, A.
Drcler nnd son.
WHARF AM) WAVE.
The Ke.tt Hou nnd Kllohatia, from
Kauai, are both expected today
Tho German S. S. Tal Fit will sail
for San Francisco this morning.
The W. O. Hall and the Iwalanl leave
this forenoon for the usual ports.
The Ka Mol is discharging her carco
Into the Mary K. Foster, off Brewer'
The flchooner Jessie .Minor occunles
a berth on the marine railway for an
Capt. Johnson, of the schooner
Charles It. Wilson Is accompanied by
tils wire and child.
Hoth the schooners V H. Talbot and
F. S. Redfleld will leave for San Fran
cisco during the forenoon.
The schooner Aloha made the run
from San Francisco to this port In the
nmart time of thirteen days.
The ship Fort George Is receiving her
cargo of sugar nt the Inter Island
wharf from the W. G. Hall and Iwa
lanl. The V. S. T S. Solace will leave for
San Francisco fcome time during this
afternoon. A mall will be taken. Mall
closes at the post ofllce at noon.
Water front rumor lias it that the
U. S. Iroquois expects sailing orders
from the elepartment on the next mall
steamer from the coast. Just where
the orders will end her Is not known.
The W. II Talbot Is taking on bal
last nt the Oceanic wharf. She will
sail for the Sound tomorrow. From
there he will go with a load of lumber
to China so that it will be some time
before the Talbot will be seen In these
News was brought by Purser Tuft of
tha W. G. Hall of the accidental death
of an Infant of one of tho laborers at
Pahala plantation. As tho child slept
In the same bed with the parents It
wa fttpposeil to havo been smoth
ered during the night.
Due In May.
Gene.i, Am. bg ...Cllpperton Island
Albany, Ger. bk Westport
City of Adelaide, Hr. bk. .. Newcastle
King Arthur, Hr. ship .... Newcastle
Ulalrmore, Hr. ship Newcastle
llobert Sudden, Am. bk. ... Newcastle
Amptltrlte, Hr. ship London
Planter, Am. bk San Francisco
Star of Russia. Haw. shin Den. Hav
II. Hackfeld. Ger. bk Liverpool
Razboynlk, Russ. M. W. .. Valparaiso
Fooling StHy Haw. bk New York
John C. Potter, Am. bk. .. Newcajtle
Due In June.
Snrmlonto. Ar. S. S San Francisco
Irmgard, Am. bktn S. F.
R. P. Rlthot, Haw. bk S. K.
Emma Claudlna, Am. schr. .. Eureka
Llllebonne, Am. schr. .. Gray's Harbor
Amelia, Am. bktn Hlakcley
wega, uer. ship Iindon
Due In July.
George Curtis, Am. ship ... New York
Dae In August.
Emily F. Whitney, Am. ship. New York
Alolia'- ' .nt" .
The schooner Alolia, which arrived
yesteiday evening, consigned to H.
Hackfeld & Co., brought the following
cargo: 1300 bbls. Hour, 521 ctls. bar
ley, 250 sks. bran, 10,110 lbs. lard, 50
cs. ami 75 bbU. halmon, 8000 lbs ugar,
51 cs. whisky, 13,211 lbs. beans, 40,222
lbs. bread, 300 cs. coal oil, 200 cs. soap,
1400 11. ham, 30.00S feet lumber, 121
cs. boots nnd shoes, 700 bis hay, 32
cs. hats, ISO kgs nails, 229 pkgs. hard
ware, 195 pkgtt. machinery, 1300 pasts,
horses, etc , valued at $00,195
".My wife," sild the tall lantern
awed man, "Is as womanly n woman as
you could lint, but felio can hammer
anils like lightning."
'Wonderful1 s.tng the chorus.
"Lightning," the tall, lantern-Jawed
man continued, "i-eldom strikes twice
lu the tame place." Cincinnati En
"My Queen!" ewlalmed her adoivr,
timidly, "May I Kiss the royal hand?"
"My faithful subject," replied the
young woman, with the air of one gen
tly chiding htm, "what Is tho matter
with the loyal lips'" Chicago Tri
The Flrnt Regiment kaws tomorrow
owning for tho brief encampment at
Tho IMclllo Cycle Company people
wero allowing a novel now wheel on
Fort street yesterday.
IvF.KAULUOI.U At Honolulu, May
Ufi, 1 899, Chlefcm Auke.t Kekauluolu,
llrst coulti of l.untililo, nt her reil-
Hence, punchbowl street, at S o'clock
Pl'HLlO LANDS NOTICE.
On June 22, 1899 at 10 n til nt ollke
of E I) llaldwln. llllo llnwn.l. will
Ire sold at auction on special conditions
of payment and lmprottnicnts
Knhukii, Illlo, Ut 13. area 19.0'j
acre. Upset price $117.90
Kaohe. puna. lot 11, area. 89 43
ncres. Upset price $117.15.
Further particulars may be had at
ofllce of E. D. llaldwln, llllo, or at
Public Iinds Ofllce, Honolulu
J. F. HROWN,
Agent of' Public I.iiuls.
May 17. 1S99. 2073
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE.
Honolulu, II I., May 17, 1899.
Holders of Hawaiian Gowrnment
Honds of the following dates nnd de
nominations are hereby notified that
on and after maturity of the next cou
pon, Interest will cease.
The principal of said Honds will be
paid on presentation at the next due
date of the ooupon.
Horn! No. 41, dated Deerember
11, 1890 $1,000.00
Horn! No. 42, datetl December
11. 1890 1,000.00
Hond No. 43, elated December
11, 1890 1,000.00
Hond No. 44, dated December
11. 1890 1,000.09
Hond No. 45, dated December
11, 1890 1,000 00
Bond No. 40, dated December
11, 1890 1,000.00
Bond No. 47, elated December
11, 1890 l.OOO.OO
Bond No. 48, dated December
11. 1890 1,000 00
Bond No. 49. elated December
11, 1S90 1,000.00
Hond No. 50, dated December
11, 1890 1,000.00
Hond No. 51, dated December
11, 1890 1,000 00
Hond No. 52, elated December
11, 1890 1,000.00
(Signed) S. C. DAMON,
.Minister of Finance
HOARD OF IMMIGRATION.
That where the reports of the In
sptctor of Immigitttloii are iinfavora
blc as to the sanitary condition of la
borers' quarteiri or are unfavorable as
to the treatment of tho la'iorers copies
thereof thall be furnished to the
Agents of the Plantations, with a no
tice to them that further application?
for labor Immigration permits will not
bo consldcied until siuh matters are
corrected to the satisfaction of the
Hoard of Immigration and the Cabinet.
S. M. DAMON,
Minister of Interior ad lnteilm nnd
President Hoard of Immigration.
Honolulu, May 15, 1S99.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Tho undersigned having been duly
appointed executor under the last will
and testament of Low How, deceased,
late of Honolulu, Island of Oahu:
Notice Is hereby given to nil per
sons to present their claims against
the estate of said Low How, deceased,
duly authenticated, whether secured by
mortgage or otherwise, to tho under
signed at the ofllco of Hyman Brothers,
on Queen street, Honolulu, Oahu, with
in six months from tho dato hereof or
they will bo forever barred; and nil
persons Indebted to slid estate are
hereby requested to mnko Immediate
payment to tho undersigned.
Dated, Honolulu. May 3, 1899.
Executor under the last will and tes
tament of iow How. deceased.
PUKE - BRED
Eggs lor Hatching.
PURE BRED Fowls and Eggs for
sale, at all bcasotis from the following
English Grey Dorking, Dlack Mln
orca, Barred Plymouth Rocks, Huff
Ijcghorn, Brown Leghorn, Whlto Leg'
horn, Pektn Ducks and Bronze. Tur
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ed, 50 cents each, Maps of Hawaiian
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King Street C14I
AT Tim UA7.HTTU OFFICE.
IN TIIH CIRCUIT COUItT nv iim
Martha Dunleavy vs Frank Jay Dua-
The Republic of Hawaii
To tho Marshal of the HawillA
Islands, or lilt Deputy, Greeting;
ton aro commanded to itimaioa
Frank Jay Dunleavy. defendant In
case he shall fllo written answer wits'-
in twenty elnys nrter servlco hereof, to
lie nnd nppear before the said Circuit
Court at tho May term thereof, to bo
holdcn at Honolulu, Iieland or Oaha, on
Monday, the 1st day of May next, at ,0
o'clock a. m to how causo why tho
claim of Martha Dunleavy plaintiff,
chould not lie awarded to her pursuant
io me lenor oi ner annexed petition.
Ana nnvo you then there this writ
with full return of your nroccedlncs
Witness lion. A. Perry. F1rt Judce
of the Circuit Court of the Kirn Cir
cuit, nt Honolulu, Oahu, this 22J day
of March, 1899.
(Signed) GEORGE LUCAS.
I certify the foregoing to be a true
copy of the original summons In eald
cause, and that eald Court ordered
publication of the eame and a continu
ance of said cause until the next Aug
ust term, 1899, of this Court.
J. A. THOMPSON,
Dated, Honolulu. H. I., May 8, 1899.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FIRST
CIRCUIT OF THE HAWAIIAN
In the matter of the estate of August
hrcdcrlck and Waldcmar Podeyn,
On reading and filing the petition of
J. F. Humbtirg, guardian, praying for
nn order of salo of certain real estate
belonging to said minora, and setting
forth certain legal reasons why euch
real estate should bo sold,
It Is hereby ordered, that all persons
Interested In tho said estate, nppear
before this Court on Friday, the ICth
day of June, A. D.. 1899, at 10 o'clock
a. m., at the Court Room of this Court,
In Honolulu, then and there to show
cause why an order should not bo
Honolulu. May 17th, 1S99.
lly the Court:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FIRST
CIRCUIT OF THE HAWAIIAN
ISLANDS. IN PROBATE.
In the matter of the estate of Wong
Chin But, deceased, Intestate.
Petition having been filed by Wong
Chow, a creditor of said Intestate, ini
praying that Letters of Admlnlstr&tloB
upon said cutato be Issued to Wong
Chow, notlco Is hereby given that Fri
day, the 2nd day of June, A. D. 1SS9,
ut 10 o'clock A. M., In the Judiciary
Building, Honolulu, Is appointed the
time and place for hearing said peti
tion w hen and where all persons coa-
ccrned may appear and show cause, if
any they haw, why said Petition
should not be granted.
Honolulu. May 1st, A. D. 1S9S.
By the Court:
20C9 3tF Clerk.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST
CIRCUIT OF THE H VWAIIAN
ISLANDS IN PROBATE.
In the matter of the est.ve of Georgo
Robert Mahony, late of Liverpool,
Tho petition and accounts of tho
administrator with tho will annexoil
of said deceased, wherein he a-ks that
his accounts bo examined nnd ap
proved, and that a final order be mado
of distribution of the property remain
ing In his hands to tho persons there
to entitled, and discharging him from
all further responsibility fts euch ad
It Is ordered that Friday, tho 2nd
day of June, A. D. 1899. at ten o'clock
a. m., at Chambers In the Court Iloom
of the said Court nt Honolulu, Island
of Oahit be and the same hereby Is
appointed as the time and placo for
hearing said petition and accounts,
and that all persons Interested may
then and there appear and show causo.
If any they have, why tho same should
not bo granted.
Honolulu, April 23th, 1S99
By the Court:
P. D. KELLETT, JR ,
AT THE GAZETTE! OFKiCK.
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