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4 : - HAWAIIAN GAZETTE: FRIDAY AUGUST' 23, 1901.
Entered at the PoBtomce of Honolulu,
H. T., Second-class Matter.
IBsUKli 1PKSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
WALTER G. SMITH. EDITOR.
Per Month W
Per Month, Foreign .75
er Year 6.00
Per Tear, Foreign 6.00
PijiWe Invariably in Advance.
A. W. PEARSON,
FRIDAY ::;' AUGUST 23
The Insurance compnnlis have been
pretty hard hit ", Ithln the last fortnight.
They'll get! the looses back fiom the
rest of us, never fear.
Attacks on Judges .Fre.ir and Peiij,
made to even up. the Humphreys score
as far as possible, need no refutation.
Both the Judges and the public
' er the source.
If the law will penult the police to kill
' Belgian hares wheteei found, t ! h.ul
better get to woik promptly and Imiulie
about, the status of the animals as p"ts
afterwards.,, ,,, ,
Some day our fishermen will go uttei
the tuna as, they do'at,Catallnn Island,
with rod and f'V 'There aw plenty Of
the big tlsh off thij Islands' waiting to
make sport. At piesent 'they are the
jprey of Hie pot-hunters, who, catch theni
ehletly by accident.
The vvaly .little IJuUetln puiposelv
misquotes the Advertisers Ilclglun hale
story and' theji'Ptoct eds tiijcllspiove the
'lies of Itn.oviu Invention 'Evidently the
l'x task of dodging an eM's.' of Its two-bit
news-stand I'dieulntltin" has proxed
i too much fji the monitor the calf.
Hill White has dropped Ills seli.itoilnl
toga for the time bring and will dispense
liquid lire at so much per glass, lllil
moves from the senate to the bar r.ither
differently from the r.acly mude lawyeis
of Judge Humphreys. Star
Oh wo don't know 1111 puttiers at
the bar on one side and the
lawyeis nn the other There isti t milili
Keadeis of an aillcle In the Sun
llulletln, who have lead olhcis of
the same tenor, attacking the
of this Teirltoiv, will Mildly
n.-ed ti be told thai tjeiv n .n
the sitjne To iu te the
woids of .1 man to "libst.inti He his
se.uidals pi lilted elewheie Is n fol 111
of chicaners which must I pee ted
when thcie is no legitimate eNoilse for
The police having tound mans Belgian
bines in this city aie confionted
with the section of the law which
the retention ot such hntes as
pets These pets breed other pets
nnd mi on ad liillnltum. Owing to
the dangeious euncisslim made the
time Is not unlikely to come when nib-
blL pets will bvc as, aJ.uiicl.uiU11'10 "8
inbblt pests thing
can be done to pi event It should be
done speedllj. for the danger Is fin
more serious than that which followed
the Introduction of the mongoose
From the llrst this Jnuiii.ll has in
sisted that the niajui pail of the lliei
claims would tuill out to be fiauduleut
In nolnt of fact apart from stinks of i
goods, the poisuiial belongings consumed
In the lire of .lnuuar.v U, 1900. weie
of but nominal value The people who
lived In the Chinatown shacks weie absolutely
poor and the best of what the.
hud they escaped with, n photographs
of the great King stieet exodus will
show What was left, with the
noted, ought to have been deal 111
the mniket at .'tl,00ti, or H.oOO pet acie
of buined domiciles If nn one thinks
the figures too low let him go Into any
Chinese. Japanese or Hawaiian shack
Jn the submbs and Judge for himself as
to the thrift of tho Inmates.
To dlveislfy her liulustiles In a
table way foi iNpoit Hawaii must
raise such things us she can sell without
coming Into competition with crops
that are local to the mniket she seeks
or which enter theie ut u low price.
These Islands may grow iiibbei, a commodity
that "is .III -the. time rising In
price, vanilla beans, woith 8 per pound
plus, tobacco under cnnv.is, w hlch
might equal the Manila product,
seeds nnd half a dcuen other peculiar
exports of gieat commercial
value Heie lies the Hawaiian opportunity
But so long as fiults and
cann6t be raised on Kituul or
Maul and sold at n pioflt In the altltu
dlnous market of Honolulu It Is ridiculous
to think of getting ileh by sending
them to the Coast.
The Independent, -which has no petty
Instincts of envy to keep It from Joining
the Advertiser In an effort to ild
these Islands of the Belgian haie, remarks:
We do not think that Judge Wilcox's
., ,..!.. in ..... iip.it.lill .,..' wnn uronit.
But it seems dangerous to'tho Territory I "C all our princely guests was the pies-that
tho Belgian hare, or rabbit should ent King of Oreat Brltuln and Ireland.
be turned loose here evon If they are who was a v Wtoi Just before the LlvII ,,rs to ,Ke belll)U)0 or practical view-"pets."
There can be no Biranteo that : Wnl During the lebellion two of the of po)ltu.s aBll, haa ft spec,flc nlllstra.
niu iiu.c .t.i,... ... ..- o" ---
have seen rauuiw ,f' '"
every kind of a fence and when out, and
nt llbertvthey decline to be rated as
"pets" and claim lo oe mo regular article.
. 1 11
Judge Wilcox's 'decision was correct
under tho law- as It titanils. Hut the
fact remains that hares nnd rubblu are
kept for sale here and that they are
not enly distributed as pets but appear
on the menu of local
Tin re can be no objection to the restaurant
acquisitions, for the more of the
rabbit tribe that are eaten the better
for the plantations. Hut It Is a very
Hcrlous taVtig or Hawaii that the four-footed
scourge of Australia should get
lodument here on any terms or under
It would be well, In considering the
of the proposition for the Issu
ance of bonds of the Territory under
nn net of the Legislature of tin Republic
of Hawaii, which was continued In
force by the Organic Act. to note that
some of the facts have not been stated
In the criticisms of the course of the
,, , , , iti II
The opinion of the Secietuiy of the
Interior, to the effect that the Issuance
of the bonds would depend upon further
legislation, coincides with that of
the Exeeutlve of the Teirltoiy., At no It,
time was there itu intention on th '
pan oi He u.i.c.u.s, or a .ies.ru u
to Me the bonds except for a spec th ,
purpose. When the message of Acting t
uovornor cjooper was sent on 10
Ington, asking If the bonds could Issue,1,,
he reeognled Hint further legislation
should be had, for he at the same time
asked the KegWlntute to pass n loan
act, spoclfslng the objects to which tlw
pioceeds of such bonds might be devoted
This wtn fflliect recognition of
the fact that there should be legislation
before the bonds could be rightfully
It Is Impossible to hellee that any
one would ask In sober earnestness
thnt bunds which weie piovidid foi
public works should be sold mid the
funds put Into thegeneinl fund. This
was not done', thele was always a (lis i
tln.t understanding that legislation
Sll U1HI lit.' 11 Ml. I.Illl UlC H'lll'l "1 UK rl l - ..
, .,.,., , ,
easona Int th t It
accomplished, the issue woui.l not it
!ng1CovcMnor,.e,ed,.s,"",1 d'se " "t " fl
lug C.oveinoi ieall7e,l this nml w.t ll
Ill the lecent dispatches, It, seems rath
er beside the mark to see In this opinion I
a criticism of the local authoiltles
An obliquity of mental vision Is necessary, I
and cei tfllnly the cilttcs of the
adinlnlsliatfiui have, given evidence of
this peculiarity In the past, "to a degiee I
which will waiVant almost any extravagance
In the fut me.
The disposition of the lauds of the
Teiiltoiy Is a mattei which will foi n
long time in ionic engage the best at-
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l.uiope w in eoiiiiiie ineir s.cmien ui me .......... ........ .....i, " ed nine Jl't GO
to """ Vh"U" V'T"1 V"" V l' J'"" "', ' Vor fu, her ,,,, tlcu.ars apply at the
" "' nm
Rra"1", ""?" ,nbl,lt' f"1 lotllce I of W. O. Aiken, Pala, Maul, or at
"f VVrlt "reign language Is named
AS f"r t'1"ll!""k""1 K1 Lands Olllce. Honolulu,
, , among the imallllcations ufsurfiage.
S1im ,M mn mak(. EDWARDS BOYD
lh"n l "lnn" " h'H n" ","" '?. n"en ? V" Co,nm.ss,",er of Public Lands,
U(. ttl.,lt , l:ur,., nilt unci Idea and was ii,-means of giving Ha- . . 19th ,m o309
teiitlou of the. men of alTalis of tluJc(iiigi.w held In Loudon foi the
.Theie have been nianv p,,,. ()f healing icpoits upon the
of plans fm the' pioper distil- jiess niiide In the study of consumption,
biltioii of these hinds olTtied In the and the lepoi t of the commission ot sin -past,
and theie will be as iiiaiij in the I melius appointed to study the
but theie Meins to be none I lence of lepiosy in the United States
which will lit the conditions lieie as 'nR lattel Is of gient linpoi tance to
well as the old laws, which provide tm this eumniuiilt. , Insomuch as theie
homestead leases and purchase ' n(H dangei. and It ma not bo passed,
as well uf an attempt to saddle all the lcpeis
Now as nevei befoi. the value nf the ()f the Nation upon the Molokal
lease Is app.uciit. The meat. f
Olds show that since the f mining ot the
present laws of the Ten limy then'
bus been a constant demand for the
homestead leases. This Is taken b the
otllclals of this olllce to mean thai
theie will be even mine uf this class uf
leases sought In the futiiie, as the
pie of the land see that the must take I utheis who would know of the
of thcli oppoi tunlty unless jence uf cases, and ol these onl J.oou
they would see the chance pass from leplles Unmi this nuinbei the
them It will n'ut be always that It leases weie totaled The Now Voik
will be possible to gain homes for the Tilbune, In a dispatch fiom
and a living on them. This will I ton. ajs ot the ills, use and Its victims
pass as the settleis me taking up the 'About one bundled aie known to live
lands. With earnings of 1,200 a year In New Orleans, nuiii.v of whom nie will-In
to-do pel sous of good faiiilllis. In
addition to a home and the
frul.sand vegetables, the, lT i
1,f' applicants foi the lands than nlnM, llI110llK ,,e. Scnnilln.ivlans living
theie are acies to be Ink. n up. 1 1 the iiuiil dlstilcls In New .'oik
The effect of the following of this, seven ensishavi In en reported, while In
polliv upon the estates which ale kept fliii ago onlv tluee have been found so
together b.v the sugar tiade will be fin In San PianeKio tllteen casi s aie
' Uiiow n. twelv. of which are contln.M b.
watihed with Inteiest The plan of
, , ., ,.,.,,,,. tbe liest liciilse 'lheli aie lltteen In
having the cane cultivated by a hul or N.()lth ,,, 1111(1 nIj tuo , Soulh
ty liiilivi.lilnl taimeis uas noon ex-
perlmeiited with in the past, and In
some plaies with good results. What
would be the effect of having the land
owned In fee by the men who are to
fin m It Is a question which may have a
gieat effect upon the fut me of tills
That theie are clllllciiltles In
the was Is apparent fiom the fact that
theie could be little chance for a party
of to go Into the business of
and pumping on as laige a
scale as the plantations do at this tint
un otnei ninils. wneie uie riimiaii is
sulllclenl for Uie li ligation of the crop ,
theie may be dlffeient results expected, I
for wheie the plantation men will take I
cine of the propel gilndlng of the cane
theie Is no iiiestion that ll may bo
mlsul by the individual piotltably. The
move, In so f.u as It provides for the i
of the Hawnlliin, Is to be
The King of Slum would be an
guest for the United States, a
coiiutiy which has never, except on
two occasions, entertained a reignliir,
soveielgn Kalakauii was the Hist
King the great Republic evei mh
and the deniocintlc Doni Pedlo was the
becend and last Scions of royalty have
often w nuclei ed among the Yankees
Joseph Bonaparte, of hi. nn,
, . , ,.
spent many In New- Jersey after
the downfall of the first l- rench emplie.
His voting bi other, Jeionie, afterwarJs
King of Westphallu, man led Ml is Patterson
of Bultlmoro while visiting theie.
The Duke of Orleans, afteiwards King
Louis I'lilllppe. was In American exile.
and so was I.ouls Napoleon, aftet wnrds
Empeior of the Piench. Most notable
i jiouroon punces tu f rauce, one oi iiieiu
ltl,e pretender to the throne, served on
' " "' General McClellan No
member of a sovereign family came
again until the seventies, when the
Grand Duke Alexis visited the Atlantic
coast. Theie was a long wait after
that, save for the presence of Kalnkuua
and Horn Pedro, which was terminated
in 1892 by the coming of the Infanta
Eulalle, aunt "of the King of Spain.
Since then the Count of Flanders, heir-apparent
to the lielglan throne, has
been in tbe land nnd there are rumors
that his father, the reigning sovereign
Doubtless all sovereigns, particularly
those of Europe, feel an Intense personal
curiosity about th United .States
which, In so short a time, has risen to
the dignity- of a power and
may, In tlfty years more, "bestride this
narrow world like a Colossus." The
Kaiser, for Instance, would like nothing
better than to focus his penetrating
mind upon the secrets of Amerlcnn
progress. Doubtless the Czar would en-Joy
the sights and scenes of a republic
whlrh, since Its eniltet days, has b"n
fututiil ,f . tin, fti.uulri.i lti.nti Itut ...
...VI... mi; I."TI 11 IIIIIIIIIVl
,.,., ,,.,, ,n ,., llh
Jlflgulng sovuielgns eunnof . louk toward"
the United States without the
apprehension Hint, If they should visit
their dignity might be affronted
There Is no one of sutllelent rank, as.
,(, r,,W(, linj eI)tt.rtn! th,.m
,.t.,lKint ,s u C()llim()IIt.r; tn,.. nll.
,,,,,., ,,rlnccIj. or ttucal standlng
... ,,...,,,,. .... n.r,ed. I
the might hae to be the guests of ho j e
c Knlakau.i. once a , t
lire cleik, fined nothing at the time, of
his Hi st Ameilcnn tour, for legal state I
and wined all ditlleult points of
quette. Dom I'edni was a demoi rat on I
throne. Hut lulers like King
Willliini II. Kiancls Jos, ph and'
VI. tor lCiiinianuel aie punctilious to n
legit i which Is almost
to people who are accustomed 1o
see the Piesldint of the United States
his deniocintlc. l minds, shaklngf
hnnds with his fellow and I
not afraid to eat or sleep In any honest
.... .......n tm..i, .i.i. iiu .i,irru nt .
n()St ()f llM, ln(ISIUV), sovereigns oi ;
is coolly snubbed, esneciallv bv the
French. He knows that his kingdom
n Naboth's vlneyaid which poweiful
want, .mil he hopes to
Unci some people who will stand belt
ween himself and them. So If he
comes he will not be squeamish as to to
whom shall get between the wind and an
his nobility Eastern potentate though of
Is, he will piobably ti while heie
be one of the boys.
LEPROSY AND TUBERCULOSIS.
Two ev tilth of linpoitaiue In the medical
win Id of tills jeai have been the
Uiiiin the lliidiugs ol the commission
theie upp. ins to be in the nelghbol -hood
or 1.000 eases uf the ill cm disease
111 the United States, although nftei two
eltiut thi'ie has been located cmlv
277 casesiibsulutel.v. Theio weie seal
out s,0ii cliculais to phjslclaus and
u,kotil Xl. .i,.xlo theie are nt
kast a doeii, and llalllmore reports
thru cases Tin remainder uie
eil thioiiglioiil tho countiy. Owing to the
luel that of the circulars
have hi ought no lepll. h, especially from to
suspicious illstilcls, the authorities estimate
t lu. t uiil.v about one-fourth uf tho
cases of lcpiosv have been lepottul,
"The commission will almost certainly
recommend to Conguss ill Its forthcoming
prtlltuliiai) lepoit In December that
national lazaiettos be established In several
parts of the coiuurv one, perhaps.
at New Oilcans, one In New Mexico, and
um)tmr Mlnnisotu or Moiitiinu. A
Kenei ous appropriation will be asked,
large enough to cover the erection ot
line Isolated buildings, attractively
K'lUiyd with eveiy Im.igliinh e conven
elicefor the comfort and pleasuni of
the sufferers.. 1 1 this means It Is hoped
l0 oveuome the genual antipathy to
isolation of the dKasul, and thus re
mow the. gi cutest obstacle In thu way ot
prev lilting the disease from spreading
"Not the least Intel estlng result accomplished
bj tho Investigation is tho
convlct'on of the experts that, notwithstanding
tho wlilespicad distribution of
leprous patients In the United States
and the Increase hi the Inst decade,
chere Is little ground for alarm. They
r.ie assiiied thnt the disease Is not so
fatal or so readllv tiaiisnillted by contagion.
Infection, or association us tuberculosis.
It hits also been shown that
cases are not uncommon w lit re lepers uro
temporarily cured by a couple of years'
trmtincnt. Under ordinal y conditions,
such as exist in New York, for Instance,
i in the opinion oi tne experts, tli.ro Is at
,mhl .,',., tm, moie danger of
lontractlng consimipll tliun tlnro Is of
falling a vlcflm to the contnKlousness of
The account of the .,t the
!enJerg of the Holne ,ule pu,y )rllted
elsewhere reads like the piocee.llngB of
, a e),lninanzeo congress. Yet It Is a
faithful narrative of what happened.
Tll.) llt.,1.. limonnnNi. . ... IT f...
Hon. As for the main object ot the
gathering, the naming of a successor
of Governor Dole, It was worthy of
men whoso. solicitude for the lady dog
censumed more than one-half of the
regular sessions of the legislature,
leaving serious questions of revenue untouched.
The slightest rational Inquiry
would have told the Homo Hulers that
Governor Dole's Imminent return to
Honolulu in good health, mentally and
physically, would make their proceed
ings a mere Simian Impertinence. Hut
rational Inquiry Is as much beyond
them now as It wjs In legislative days.
T'nlted States Judge Este. will take
u vacation next week until the Octotier
term of court:
It may become chronic.
It may cover the body with large,
Inflamed, burning, Itching, scaling
patches and cause Intense suffering.
It has been known to do so
Do not delay treatment.
Thoroughly oleanse the system of
the humors on which this aliment depends
and prevent their return.
Th medicine taken by Mr. Id R. Ward.
usnintrmn enrresoinioeiii nines i.ie . . .. ... .. ....
Cot feint. Md., wai Hood Saraaparllla.
4h. .n... -I !,.! hi..,...i,i. u,hin.
..,. .,.,, . .-,, ... ..H rh.um.
becan takltnt Hood'i Saratarilla and Is
Iwodajr fall I'fttnr It ou not before
wan cared, aud fba onrsr bad anr ills
ilsaaaa aluaa '
Promises to cure and keeps the
oromlse It 1s positively unequaled
tor all cutaneous eruption Take it
The Brooklyn Standard Union's
isim "i ii.u . kv n-
wan nn i.egisiniure. i ne
leadeis of tin' Itolrubllenn party are be
ginning to secth'a't evpanslon will be a
failure In these1 pai'ts unless the American
plan of yiHng s adopted, In Its entirety.
To let things go as they are is
foist the tJnusmf misrule here upon
administration which, with the act
annexing hew lands, has alwnvs
, ...ini.. ,,, ..-,, ,.r .,. i,; ,.,P AVi
coupled the piomlse of Kood govern- Llent r0il(, ie.uiK f'rom Wnlohlnu
To enable this puiposu tcf be ,,,... . x.ni.,i, i. n, ni.n.w ,,t Kn
enrrled out in Hawaii, the languages
qualification of the suffiage .should be
confined In English.
The United States has shaped its pul
ley In China o as to gain the confidence,
the people and the f iiivei ninent and
thus augment tiade Having succeedi d
fnlily well in this effort it is not likely
that It will spoil the eftec t bj
In all Its odious entlietv, the ilc.uv
exclusion act The time when Denis
Keainey and the other hoodlums uf
San Fianclscii could dictate the economic
polk j of the United HtuLs has
pissed Business is now king anil It
cleaily sees the in cessltv of getting in
enougli Chinese laboi to pel foi in the
lough tasks which white men will not
undertake We believe that, when the
Geaiy law comes up, a coiiipiomlse w.,1
ensue to admit enough Chinese field
and household luboi, heie and on the
Mainland, to settle the giavei
of the labor Issue
Porto Itlcans ai living heie in pool
health weie starved and Impoveiished
before they started. To accuse the local
planters ot lespousibillty Is to ns-
mimic lh.it the latter went to an exnelise I
ot $I2 per capita to tiling the Potto
l.'icaiis heie and then tiled to kill them
olf. To go further and tiy to keep
Porto Illcans fiom betteilng theli
condition on the giound that the
tnaltieated the fiist lot. Is to maliciously I
attai vested luleiests of
uiniu niu.iu,. "Kin the ,
snake'" In last rail's campaign showed,
his av. m slnn to the white man and not.
as strangers might have supposed to
,11,' .,i,,iii in tie "..in, will ..nil ii ii.ii
get a new Governor. As the piesent
Governor is In olllce and likely to
theie until the end of his fiist
term, Kauli'i will have his labor for his
pains. Even If Mr. Dole expected to
there Is not the slightest
that the Piesldent would consult the
Homo Rule party about his suciessoi.
Theie Is no use In tijlng to galvanize
the dead Issue of an'exiiu session Into
life. Kor the sake of snvlng a little
money the conservative people of Hawaii
do nut piopcise to give the
a chance to set up tax-eating
counties and municipalities. Theie will
be time enough fur that when the Islands
get an American voting franchise
nnd the chance to give the men who
pay the taxes the light to participate
In their outlay.
NEW SONGS OF
HAWAII I1FI ' Honolulu, and reconled in the olllce 'of
UfAfTAII llLl.thu lleglstiai of Conveyances. Ilono-
The four new Hawaiian songs the
words and music of which weie composed
by Mrs. Emma Alex'nndila Kala-
de Fries, and arranged by Captain
were greeted with cordlaKand repeated
applause last night bv the
crowds assembled on the lanals and In
the grounds of the Hawaiian Hotel.
Mrs. de Fries eutei tained a lurgu
numOer of gucHts un the large front la
nnl of the hotel durinc the concert, re- ,
freshmenta being set veil and each guest
being decorated with a lei. Among the
guests Invited was Queen Lllluokalanl.,
. , , . , .
who, however, was not present, having ;
sent her regrets by a party of
sentatlves. Henry Knuauanulawahl de j
Fries, Mrs. de Fries' husband, assisted I
In receiving and serving the guests. I
The four new songs are "Kukllaklla,"
"Wnl Kaahuula," "Klllolanl" and "Ll - '
hollho," and were very pretty as sung
by Miss J. Kclllaa and Mrs. N. Alapal. I
Mrs. de Fries received many compii
ments nnd congratulations on her com
positions, and the cordial and continued
applause with which ench was received
by the large audience demonstrated the
appreciation of those who heard them.
At the conclusion of "Lthollho" each
member of the band was presented
with an lllma lei by Mrs. de Fries.
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
On Tuesday, September 24th, 1901, ut
12 o'clock noon, nt the front entrance
of the Judiciary buihllug, vjll be sold
nt public auction the lease of the land
known as the land of Manuka, situate
In the District of Knu, Island of Hawaii.
Term, 10 ears.
Upset lental, JI5 per annum.
Conditions of lease are as follows:
The Government reserves the right
to take up any portion or portions of
nbove land for bona flde settlement and
other public put poses, and fuithei that
the lessee Is to keep the land clear and
free fiom Inntaua during the continuance
of the term of said lease.
HDWAHD 8. BOYD,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
August 20th, 1901.
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
On and after the 21st of September,
1901, til the dike of W. O. Aiken, Pala,
Maul may be applied for under
uf the Land Act of lS9i, for Right
of Puivhase Leases.
Lot No, 7, In K.uipo, Maul, containing
an nie.i of 3S.50 aeies. Apprulscci
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
on Tuesday, September 24th, 1901, at
12 o'clock noon, at the fi;nu' iw nice of
the Judiciary building, will b, sold at
Public Auction a lot of tiov eminent
laud, containing an area of 3.21 acres,
situate on the Kona sine of the Govern
Island of Hawaii, being the same premises
foimeily occupied by the Anglican
Chinch Mission. j
Upset price, JlliO.
Terms, cash, payable in United States
Cost of sill V eying above lot at expense
of purebasei, $10.
Uoi plan and further paitlculuis apply
at the Public Lands Olllce, Honolulu.
EDWARD S. BOYD,
Commissioner of Public Lnnds.
August 19th, 1901 2.109
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
Tuasuier's Olllce, Honolulu, Oaliu
In re dissolution of the Royal Hawaiian
Hotel Company, Limited.
Whereas, the Royal Hawaiian Hotel I
Company, Limited, a coiporatlon established I
and existing under and by virtue
of the lews of the Territory of Hawaii,
has pursuant to law in such cases made I
and provided, duly filed In this office, ,
a petition for the dissolution of the said
eoipointlon, together with a certificate
thereto nnnexed as iec;ulred by law.
Now, therefore, notice Is hereby given
""V """ " persons inuc nuve uee.i
or aie nuv Interested in nny manner
whatsoever In the snld corporation, that
objections to the granting of the said I
petition must be filed In this office on or
before August 30, 1001, nnd thnt nnj
person or peisons desiring to be heard
thei eon must be In attendance at the
office of the undersigned, In the Cnpltol
Building, Honolulu, nt 12 m of Bald day
to show cnuse, If nny, why said
Hon should not be granted
WM. H. WRIGHT,
T'easurer Territory of Hawaii
Aug. 2. 9. 1,
TERRITORY OP HAWAII.
Honolulu, Oahu, Aug. 22, 1!01.
With the nppiovul of the Acting Cloven
nor of the Ten Itoi y of Hawaii, I have
ELMER E CONANT. EStJ ,
as Assessor fur the Pom th Taxation
Division, Tenltory of Hawaii (Islands
uf Kauai and Nlilinu). vice J. K. Fai-ley,
'Esq.. l .'signed, to take effect August
WM. II. WRIGHT.
Tieasuier Tenltory of Hawaii
2 100-Aug 23, 27. 30
MOHTC.ACEE'Ss NOTICE OF INTENTION
i ............... Royal Insurance Compaay of Liverpool,
NOTICE IS HEKEHY GIVEN THAT Alliance Assurance Cotapaay of Lon-I
by virtue of a povvei of sale contained don,
i In ii ceitaiii inoitg.ige, dated .Match C, Alliance, Marine and General AMorans
1S79, made by p. Malo and Hllo, of Ho. Co., Ltd., of London.
I iinlulu. Oahu. 'to F M. Hatch, of said Scnltlah TTnlnn KntlnnaJ ImnrmnM
lulu, In liber 2J1. pages which t
said moitgage was duty ussfghed by I
the said F. M. Hatch to Lllluokalanl j
by Indentuie, dated July 21, 1SS1, uNjJ
lecoided In said olllce In liber 2J1,
the said Lllluokalanl, as
signee of said moi tgagee. Intends to
forecloso snld mortgage (or u breuch
of conditions theiein contained, to wit,
the of both nrlnclnnl and
inteiest when due.
Notice is also given that nll
and singular the lunds, tenements and
heiedltnmenth In said moitgage
will be sold at public auction
it the .motion rooms of Jnmes V. Mor-
gun on Queen street In said Honolulu,
.'l111'1".' ,t 31sl ,la f August,
1M1' l l: c,"ck noon, ild dny
The ptopeity coveied by sad
gago.ls thus described: AH those
I(rimJwl, 8ltuate llt Knahaloa, Munoa.
o.ihu. nmro ptirtlculnily described In
itojal Potent No. 34S3, to Kunmoo,
containing .6. acre.
Terms Cash. Deeds at the expense
Assignee of Mortgagee,
Fo. fur.i,er particulars, upply to
Robertson & Wilder, attorneys for
Dated Honolulu, August S. 1901
2305 Aug, 9, 16, 23, 30.
The Fire Commissioners have decided
to purchase a new team of horses If
there Is money enough. "There nre no
substitutes In case of Illness among the"
LTLE A. DICKEY. Attorney at Law
and Notary Fdbltc, P. O. box 788. Honolulu,
H. X., King and Bethel SU.
H. HACKFELD & CO.. LTD. General
Commission Agents, Queen St., Honolulu,
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO. Irsportert
and Comm!s-don Merchants, Honolulu,
LEWERS & COOKE. (Robert Lewert
r. J. Lowrey, C. M. Cooke.) Importers
and dealers in lumber and building
materials. Office, 414 Fort St.
CONSOLIDATED SODA WATER
WORKS CO., Ltd. Esplanade, Cor.
Fort and Allen Sts. Holllster & Co.,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO. Machinery
of every descrltlon made t
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP COMBANT,
Freight end passenger for all
Castle & Cooke.
LIFE and I IRE
New EngliiriLl Mutual life, mmt.u
JRtna Life taw, Cggjnf
OF HART) O.JD.
F. T. WATKRHOUSK, Apjent
in prices li the' mark: tai
flour and feed, and w follow
Send ua your order and Uj
sill be filled at tne iowMt
The matter ot E or 10 eenu
upon a hundred poundi i
feed should not concera yt
as much as the quality, a
poor feed Is dcr.r at any rle
iWejCarry Only the Best
Whrn you want the Beat Ha
Feed or Grain, at tbe Rlxai
Pfices, order from
CALIFORNIA FEED Co.
CHAS. BREWER & 'CO.'S
NEW YORK LINE
SHIP HELEN BREWER
will sail from NEW YORK for HONOLULU,
cm or about
SEPTEMBER 1, 1JI01,
If sufficient inducements are offered
For freight ratea apply to
CHAS. BREWER CO..
tl Kllb St., Boeton,
C. BREWER & LTD.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.,
Fire and Marine Insurance A'gts.
AGENTS FOR THE
Company of Edinburgh,
I Wllhelma of Madceburff Qnral
Associated Assurance Co., Ltd., of Mu.
nlch and Berlin.
NO. 507 KINO ST.
HONOLULU, H. I.
Shipping and Familj
I. J. WALLER, Manafii.
Highest Market Ratea paid foi Bid,
Bklna mat Tallow.
Purveyors to Oceania and Pulfe
Mall Btearnshlp Oetepaatetfc,