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EVENINO nUIXCTIN, UONOLUM), II. T.. FRIDAY. FED. U. 1902.
THE CLEVELAND DICYCLE represents till n good bicycle should.
Knsy running -drong durable and beautifully finished. At our price
There I no other
E. O. Hall
NEW - TO-DAY
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF FORE
CLOSURE AND SALE.
In nccordame with a iow r of Hale
contained In n certain mortgage made
by P. 1. Cutter of Honolulu Island of
Oahu. Territory of Hawaii, to tin- I'lo
neor Ilulldlng and Loan Association of
Hawaii dated the 10th tla of Octo
lior, 1S97, and recorded at the lleglstei
Ottice, Oalm. In IIIiit 171. pages 392 to
.194. notice Is liereliv given that said
mortgagee Intends to foreclose said
mortgage for condition liroKen. tnvv.t
nonpayment of principal, Intercut, as
sossments ami premiums when due
and upon said foreclosure will sell nt
public auction at the auction rooms ol
James F Morgan, on Queen street,
Honolulu on Mondny. the 1'Uh da of
March. 1902. nt 12 o'clock noon of
said day, the premises described In
said mortgage, namelj Those rrom
aforesaid, bounded ns follows llegln
nlng at the South corner of the I'immil
roid and Park road, and running by
1. S. 52 W. 310 feet along I'immil
2. S. 3S B 2i)rt reel nlong roail
3. X. 52' E. 310 feot along road
I. X. 3S V 200 feet along I'ark load
to the Initial point llelng a poi
tlon of the lanu descrlbeil In llojnl
Patent 2593 Apana 2
PIONKF.lt J1UII.DINO AXD 1.0 N
ASSOCIATION' OP HAW Ml.
lly Its Attnrncv
A. (1 M IIOIIEUTSON
Dated. Honolulu Fob II 1902
2i71 Feb II 21 28 Mar 7
GRAND EXCURSION and PICNIC
TO KALIHI PARK PAVILION
Ticket 61, adniltislon to grounds
TrnnHportatlon lloth WnyH
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
The partneisblp hetetofore existing
betwe-n the undersigned us advertis
ing specialists and publishers has this
day been dissolved by mutual conient.
All monies due the firm of Scott A.
Dougherty should be paid to Fred J.
Scott. b whom nil dehtH Inclined hy
tho said dim will bo paid
FIU2D J. SCOTT.
JAMES I) DOUOHEUTY.
Honolulu, Feoruary 1st, 1902.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At an Adjourned Annual Meeting o'
tho stockholders of the Woodlavvn
Fruit Company. Limited, held on Feb
ruary 13th. the following olllcers weio
elected to pone for tho ensuing vc-ii:
Wm. G. Irwin President
W. M. Glffard . . Vice President
H. M. Whitney Jr. . Treasure
Richard Ivera Secretary
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
Tho above olllcers also to form tie
Board of Directors.
Sccretaiy Woocjlawn Fruit Co. Ltd
"Now, see heie. Pat, suppose I
Bhould get you that situation, would
you keep It ' '
"To tell e the truth, sor, my Idee
vv'u'd be to make It knpe mo." PnlU
VITAI ITY ,
tho result of -ding ROYAL MALT
This tonic- beverngo Is without equal
as a strengthened it tones up tho
Drain nnd body nro both stimulated
and strengthened and tho debilitating
effects of this cllmnto nro overcome.
Vim, Vigor nnd Vitality follow In
tho vvnko of "ROYAL MALT EX
TRACT", that peerless tonic.
lie sure und get tho genuine, don t
waste time or money on worthless Im
itations. 25c per bottle
$2.50 per dozen
Hnbron Drug Go.,
wheel In competition
& Son, Ltd.
CHUCK CONNORS BREAKS IN.
The doorhoy In tho editorial rooms
met his Waterloo today Chuck Con
nors wns too much for him.
The major of Chinatown made his
piesence In the building known by
scleral boat so growls at the elevator
man and loud thumplngs on the floor.
"Saj kid,' he began "I want to sco
the feller whnts In ills shop. I can't
see him? What's de matter wld er?
Don't get chesty Take In me card."
Chuck produced n stub of a lead
pencil ami laboriously wrote on a yel
low memorandum slip- "Me- -C'-niok."
When the boy left the door Chuck rol
lowed tdm, and this Is how- he mntlu
his wants known to the city editor:
"Dat's me caul. Does jou know
Hartley Davis? Yes?" Then he eye 1
the editor suspiciously. "Xo con now.
What does he look like?" Evidently
satisfied with the description. Chuc 1:
said. "Ycr wise to Hartley. He Bent
me. Xovv I want ter break Into ills
paper What ycr laughlu' nt? Don't
er t Ink I'm If"
"I m goln' to have a double tioo doo
dance fer yer life In Tammany Hall
tonight. I want to spiel on It. Xovv
let me put yey. wise. DIs dance Is
goln' to be tie HWellest ever. Friday
and de tliteenth makes it a inse o' two
hoo doos snapping togedder and
der'll be sumplif doln'
"I'm goln' to wear a full dress suit
It Is de lust time In mo life fer dnt,
and It's goln' to he swell It make
mo laugh to link oh me wld n monkey
suit. I m afiald de push will cut off
me tails Its fixed, tho', dat de guy I
giubbed it from can't blame me If it's
"Council will be ilcio wld de flddlo
Iwlstln' at nine. Hem's do bill. Four
Chlnka Is goln' to eat chop Huey to n
knockout. Plug Kelly. Tough Louise,
Dopey Dan and Stright Hnlr Kitty Is
goln' to gib de 'Tonna twlcker twist'
dance Croker Is goln' to get n dance
called 'It Makes Xo Dlffeience How
You'se Ho ' "
Then Chuck took a deep breath and
"All de Chinks In Chinatown got
dere vvnshln' out yesterday. Dere'll bo
nothln doln In de vvashtubs today
DIs Is all on do lev'!."
Chuck handed over his program
This In the, song of welcome:
"Your welcome tonight nt de hall.
Come up and get wise to us all;
It'll cost jou n half.
And your bundle 'III laugh,
Foi It's welcome tonight nt do ball"
" Vln't dat n peach'' It's mo own
Say. don't tluk I want a Job.
"Now. get wise on Ola. Every guy
will be us safe at ills dance as at do
station house Dere'll be four rattlers
and two liuirj lips on de outside to
tnke away do dead and living after de
game. Xo guy need woiry about what
happens to him I got a ting dere to
How ilem Into De deadhead commit
tee will wnlt on dem In de ambulance
Dat, I call do best ting fer de whole
push. Say. Mr. Editor, has I broke
In?' New York Mull and Expiess
Most every day when I'm at tchool
Tho teacher tells us thlns
bout the birds nnd animals
And presidents nnd kings,
And then, at night, when I ask pa
If what sho Hiiyu Is bo.
Ho reads his paper right nlong
And snys Oh I dunlin'"
One day Bho told us that the world
lb round, just like n ball.
Anil that theie'a nothing down below
It's stnudlu' on ot nil
I nst pa If she told the truth.
He lead his paper, though.
And put his feet up on a i hair.
And snld: 'Oh, I duiiuo!"
And onro the tenclier snld tho sky
Ain't heaven's floor, nnd tried
To make us think no angels walk
Along tho other sldo.
And so that night I nst my pa,
And nil he Bald was: "Oh,
Don't bother mo nbout such things,
I'm busy I dunno'"
Thnt night I asked my pa If what
A box no Biich thing!
Ono tlmo a bigger boy ho said
Tho doctor didn't bring
My little baby sister In
That big boy said was so.
And pa he answered' "Oh, keep Btlll
Confound It, I dunno."
1 used to kind of think Bomehow
That my pn knew a lot
Hut that was wiong, or If bo did
I guess that ho's foi got.
Since I've got started Into school.
Most every dny or sn
I hear about a hundred things
Pa doesn t seem to know.
Chicago Record Heinld.
Mnrils Hear you huvo gono Into tho
apothccaiy buMnesi. Do you know
anything about iliugs nnd medicines?
Pottoi Not a tiling, wh should I?
liut I've bought a Latin dictionary.
Guess I'll be all light. Ilostcm Tran
script "Always puy as you go," said Undo
"liut, undo, supposo 1'vo nothing to
"Then don't go." Tlt-Illts.
Salufiay . .
Monday . ,
to 4 JJ
II ) 1'
) S It
13 to 41
6 tl $t
to j6 4 t)
5S S )
First quarter of tho moon on tho
15th at I 27 a. m.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides nt Kahulul and Hlto occur
about an hour earlier ilian at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Tlmo Is lOh 30m
slower than Orcen wclh time, being
unit of the meridian of 157.30. Tho
time whistlo ..ovvs at 1:30 p, m which
Is tho game as Greenwich, On Om.
Masters of vessels Balling from this
port for San Francisco will find thoru
a branch of tho U. S. Hydrograplilc
Olllcc located in the Merchants' Ex
change, whero Is maintained for their
benefit frco of charge, complete sets
of charts and directions of tho world.
Latest information can bo obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
an dalt matters of Interest to ocean
Weather llure.ui. Punahou, February
1 1 Temperature Morning minimum.
71; Midday maximum, 78.
llaromcter nt 9 a. m 29.S2. Falling.
Dew Point C7F.
Humidity at 9 a. m 7(1 per ccut.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Feb
ruary 14 Wcither rainy; wind high
Friday, February It
V. S. N. T. Solace. Winslovv, 12 days
. Schr. Eclipse. Townsend, from Mnul
and Hawaii ports,
Thursday, February 13.
Rtmr. Mlknhala, Gregory, for Elecle,
Makavvell, Walmea and Kekahn.
Schr. Lady, Mokl, for Koolaii ports,
Schr. Kn Mol. for Kohnlalcle.
Friday, February II.
Am. lik. S. C. Allen. Johnson, foi
San Franc Isco.
For the Sound, per C. & A. S S,
Mlowern. February 13. Mrs. C. Fl.
MncXclll. A. II Wagner. 11. E. Calla
han. J. T Schneider, wife nnd thren
children, Rev and Mrs. Hooker, X. H
Tiomblej, L. II. Sherwood, Fred.
Grlmmes. J. D. Glass, Mr. and Mrs.
M. Frlns and child, C. A. Caswell.
There was no meeting of tho execu
tive committee of thu Hume Hole party
last night on account or the slim at
tendance of lnenibeis. All business
was put over until the mooting to bo
heM ucxt Thuisday evening. It wns
understood In the afternoon that n lot
of the members of the committee wish
ed to go to the Y M. C. A to hoar
the lecture or Expert (111 lilt li. and this
wns undoubtedly the cause of tho
A distinguished cavalry leader was
once at a dinner party to which ho
had been Invited as the guest of hon
or Ik-side him was a loqunclous wid
ow, with hair of raven black, who
nidelj Interrupted the cnnveisntlon by
usklng tho warrior why it was that his
bcaid was tinning gray. With great
politeness the old soldier turned to
ward her. "I fear I cannot give ou
n satisfactory answer, snld lie. "un
less, possibly, the icuson Is that I have
used my brain a little more than I
have my law ' London '1 ic-Plts
Why you should
LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION.
For Wnnt Column Sre Page six
WANTED Young ninn wants work
of nn kind, experienced wnlter and
porter. P. A J., this olllcc.
207 1-1 w
SALESMEN WANTED To sell our
goods by sample to wholesale and
letnll trade; we are tho largest and
only manufacturers In our line In tho
world, liberal salary paid. Address
Can Dex Mfg. Co . Huffnlo, N. Y
TO LET New cottage off KInnu St ,
tent reasonable. For particulars ap
ply to F A. Hebelrro, silent Darber
Shop, at 11 30 a. m. 2071-1 vv
LOST Deeds In favor of L P Mor
ones, E. Plrro and J D. Marques,
one Insurnncc policy and Nahlku
stock certificate. Finder will be re
warded by returning same to J. D
Marques, nt Lowers & Cooke.
A SH ACCIDENT
George Grovcr, a single man about
forty years of age. met with a most
frightful accident at Hann, Maul, on
Sunday last. The particulars hav.
been received by A. Harnes, nccount-
ant of the llobron Drug Co., In a let-
ler from N. Omsted, tho tax assessor,
dated liana, February 11. Mr. llarncj
Is n former employ cr of the Injured
Mr nrnvor'B inlurles mnv fcrmlnnin
fatally, the letter says. They were
caused hy the accidental discharge of a
shotgun, taking effect In the unfor-
tunate man's mouth while he was talk-
lug. The shot tore out the right side
of nis race, splintering the Jaw almost
entirely and tenrlng the tissues nnd
muscles of the throat.
The sufferer was hearing up re-
marknbly well and showing unusual
grit, which might carry lilm through,
bh the doctor said there was a chance
for recovery. He was conscious from
the time of tho accident up to Mr.
niiKlflV urlllim l,.ln ,I,U In rn.
Otnsted's writing, being able to recog
.,,,. ,.,. ,K. ue,B u.e co reecg.
ilzc people about him. Tlie writer
Inquires for Information as to wheth'
cr Mr drover belongs to any fraternal
order In Honolulu.
Here Is one that a young man who
knows a good story when he hears It
henrd one railroad man tell another In
n depot up the line the other day. "Wo
Picked up a now .rlshman somewhere
npcountry nnd set him to work brak -
in' on n construction tram nt three
as on 'tho train sho
ii' mem mountain
t thing wo knowed
t,n tho track at
cents a mile for wages. One day
when him nn' me was on tho train sho
got away on one
grades, and the first
she was flyln dovv
nhout ninety miles an hour, with nnth
In' In sight but the ditch and the Imp
nv hunting grounds when we come to
the end. I twisted 'cm down as hard
an I could all along tho tops, nnd then
of a sudden I sec Mike crawlln' along
toward the end of tho cars on nil
fours, with his faco the color of miiK
I (bought ho was gettln' ready to
Jump an' 1 see his ilnlsh If he did
'Mike ' I says, 'for (.oil's sake, don't
Jump.' He clumps his fingers nn tho
riiunln' board to give him n chnnce to inislng Ills hat, "I beg jour pardon for
tuin lound, and lookln' nt me contemn- having begged your pardon "
tiuiiiB. answers 'Jump, is it? Do yez n,i as he seized a stiap and beam
think Id bo nfther Jtunpln. nn' mo e,i smilingly on tho crusty citizen a
ninkln' money ns fast as I nm " (,,int riper went up fiom tho othpr ia
Morning Orogonlan kPn(.ers -Chicago Tribune
R BECAUSE, aside from containing all the latest 19
H news, including Church topics and Saturday's M
m Sports, the following articles and stories will OR
1 Three on an Island in the Southern Pacific S
m (STORY) 5
i China's Ideas on Exclusion and Its Effects
I Does Hawaii Need a Sugar Refinery ? - 1
1 Woman's Views on Municipal Government 1
I Hints tor the Kitchen jfl
0 Church Membership H
1 In the Garden ot Love I
What the Bride Never Knew i
I Phases In the Life of the Sultan of Turkey I
s ORIENTAL RUGS i
A large Importer has consigned to Q
Q Q us a quantity of rich Oriental Rugs,
A 0 9 wlth Instructions to sell them at m
a Q Eastern prices.
7 A A In compliance, wo shall on Monday, ?
J a rcbruary 10th, and during the week J
w A m following, offor tho people of Hono W
9 am 1"'" nn opportunity to 'purchase raro 0
0 V and beautiful rugs at prices as low as
A 0 0 could be secured by going to New A
m York. Z
a 0 0 Thoso familiar with fine rugs will m,
A rccocnlze the India, Cashmere, Fer- 7
J 0 0 cQhan, Kerman, GuendJIs, Kara- J
baBn- Daghestan, Kheva and Dokhara 0
0 am am ns '1'B'1 c'aB3 Boods. 0
0 am Tho slies are: 15x10, 12x9, 12x8, llx 0
0 8, 10x7 10x5, 9x0, 8x5, 7x4, Gx3, 5x1, 0
A 0 0 nni 4x3 a
a There are also about 55 samples ot
A 0 2CxC31nch American made Smyrna 5
J A and Moquette Rugs, which will bo
Included In the sale at very low prices. 0
INSPECTION CORDIALLY INVITED 0
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
HISTORY OF IRISH POPLIN.
A j,nr9 cotrC8pon(,cnt wrUcg to tho
T.on,ion Kcws Lady Carevv who died
the. other day, was a benernctress of
Ireland In this way: She was the
first person to wear In Paris nn, Irish
poplin dress. It was in primrose yel-
low. with a design In gold thread, nnd
so much admired that the foremost la-
' th, "'rt of the Tullorlos ask-
- "-" V" ' "" ,,;" Z
il ,..'".. " '",..." ...... L JXi ..".
PHnceVs JInrto e In K
tern, the Princess Mnrlo one In blue
and silver, the Princess Clementine
one In pink nnd silver. Irish popun
was first, manufactured In Dublin hv
was ursi mnnuiaciureu in uuiiiin ii
Popellne. a Huguenot refugee. It be
came the rage, and wns greatly worn
occasions of high ceremony as
rnl ,ll(1 "ot "P"11 " ''"P11" l'"""""
a ' uress lor me puuue prome
' - -; '" - ","",;
1 nilC 11 iniliaClOIIS. 1110 W OOI Ullllfe 1HS3
nndeiH nt fashionable hours. All its
corefuUy Cated, cocklo and lose Ills-
tcr ,len txpoi,c.d ,0 le ,enst ,hmu1
iialzac dresses some of his Brand la-
iAlvK popn. The Princess Clemen
Itlne woie a plaid poplin gown the day
the late Queen Victoria first landed nt
Trenail to Mslt Louis Phlllppo and
SIrlo Amelle nt Eu. Irish poplin Is
Btlll much worn here by tho children
of the wealthy, and Is thought to go
ell with lrl.l, guipure.
The Ninth Side street car g.ve a
" l'ch as the gentleman-there
was no mistaking the fact that he was
n gentleman stepped iilioard, and he
tiod on tho too of n gruff and crusty
., x. ..,
' ' -'1" n""' "'"' ' '
'l' ''" as the gentleman-there
citizen of ample proportions who was .";"" ,s, "-Ki"'nB conminins
sitting near the door. , Z ZTZ
"I beg your pardon." he said "Thetll0 r,B,lt8, prluiesea ,,
cir started so quickly I lost my bal- nances thereto belonging.
"It's mighty strange." grumbled the
laige man. "that people come blunder
ing Into a inr like that, without look
ing to see whose feet they're stepping
"Now. sir." snld the other, politely
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF FORE.
CLOSURE AND SALE,
In accordance with a power of sale
contained In a certain mortgage mado
by James II. Hunt, of Honolulu, Isl
and of Oahu. to the Pioneer Ilulldlng
nnil Loan As80Catlon of ,Inwa, dnt
September 24, 189C. nnd recorded
In the Register Offlce, Oahu. In liber
I 103, pages 400 to 402; and In nccord
fi"? ? " l.? M
," """J ""'' i "-"".
'" " ,s" on '", J m.a1 "
j '" ". " "nt. !"?". ' ,onc" nulld-
,"B ?ml ,'oan Association, of Hawaii,
.imp,. Anm.at 9.1 isot n,,.i r,.i.i i
dated August 23, 1897, and recorded In
said odlco in Ilher 171. pages 184 and
is... notice Is hereby given that Bald
mortgnceo Intends to foreclose Bald
mortgages for condition broken, to-wlt.
the non-payment of prlnclpnl. Inter-
est assessments and premlnms when
, . .. ,,,. .....
""", """.",''"" Ba'u '""-'closure will
ell at public auction nt tho auction
roon18 ' James V . Morgan, on Queen
due nnd upon said foreclosure will
""J", U 'l0,n ':l0,'i"a.y'. tI! 10tl1
?J f. S1I"C,,,'1 1902' B' I2 ,cloc J noon
'fl 'ia '" Premises described In
"' m"'rtnKt ttRJ-?2 lt' JT",
n ' "naI "' "onolul.i. Island
, ',',,,,':;. """"..', e.in-
"!" "J , , ? ?" , ? 'i")!0,,1018
J h e . t side of Co logo
',, snn r. r, .L .. ".' .' ".;
Domlnls nnd Co
thence running S,
'enro N. U 00
!, ,, " V"
.,.., (.,i5; ,
,,,ii. ..... ?' ' I. BnRlc
,"'"' " " v'""l'r "le"-. anu
ce rum b. S. 41' 50' E. 123 feet;
i l. iuu ieei; tnenco
5 feet: thence S. 43
along said Colleen
ttttfWlt t' lltllAA 9 1.Ari-tA. . I. A 1
,THE PIONEER ilUII.niWl
By Hh attorney:
A. O M ItOIlKIt'l SON
Dated Honolulu Peliruary 13. 1902.
JQ.I leli. U. 21 28, Mar. 7.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF FORE
CLOSURE AND SALE.
In accoi dance with n power of Bale
contained In a certnln mortgage mndo
ny A. T. uannlster. of Honolulu. Il
and of Oahu. Territory of Hawaii, to
me i-ioneer illuming and Loan Assoeln
tlon of Hawaii, dated tho 21st day of
.xjveiiiDCT, mas. and recorded at the
Heglstei Olfiee. Oahu. In liber lOli,
pages I8i! nnd 187. notice is heiehy
given that Bold moitgagee Intends to
foreclose Bald moitgago for condition
broken, to w It. non-payment of prin
cipal, Interest, assessments nnd pre
miums when due; and upon snld fore
closure will sell ut public auction nt
. the auction looms of James F. Mor
gin,' on Queen street. Honolulu, on
Monday, the 10th nay or March, 1002,
at 12 o'clock noon of said day, tho
premises described in Bald moitgnge,
namely: Those premises situated nt
Kalllil. Inland or Oahu. bounded ns
follow h: Comnii nclng nt the S. V. cor
m i of l.ellnnl and rernanilcz streets,
1 S. 5u' i: ion feet
2 N. 3j 12 I no feet
.! N. 50- W. IMi) tcet
I S. 3.1' VV. lni) leet. to tho Initial
point; being the samo piemlses that
weie conveved to said mortgagor by
deed of A. rernnndez, dated .March 21).
PIONI2I2n liUILDINO AND LOAN
1 ASSOCIATION OP HAWAII.
13 its Attomoy:
A. O. M ItOni2UTSON.
Dated, Honolulu. Feb 14, 11)02.
2071 I'eb 11. 21. 28, Mnr. 7.
IN TIII2 CIRCUIT COUIIT OP THI2
I'list Judicial Cliiult, Territory of
Hawaii. At Chambers, In Probate. In
tho Matter of the I2stnto of ltebccca
I Montgomery. Into of Ilelfnst, Ireland,
Deceased. ' A document purporting to
be nn exemplified copy of tho Last
1 Will nnd Testament nnd tho codicil
thereto of Bald deceased having been
piesented to Bnid Coutt. and a petition
for tho Piohate thereof, and for tho
Issuance of Anclllaiy Letters of Ad
mlnlstiatlon with tho Will annexed to
J M. Dow-sett, of Honolulu. Oahu,
hnvlng been filed, notice Is hereby
given that FIUDAY, Mnrcli 21, A D
1902, nt 10 o'clock n m., In tho Judl
idaiy Ilulldlng Honolulu. Oahu, Is ap
I pointed tho time and place for piovlng
I said Will mid Codicil nnd hearing Bald
application, when and wheie any per
i son Interested may appear and show-
(couso, ir nny they have, why tho prav
or of said petition bhould not lie
Honolulu, Fc-hiuaiy 11, 1902.
1 Hy tho Court-
A. O. KAUI.UKOU,
Holmes & Stanley, Attorneys foi
2071 Feb. 14. 21, 28: Mar 7.
65 Queen St.
Driving Horse and
On Saturday, February 1 5th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, Co Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction a very su
perior Horse, Phaeton and Harness, com
plete. Phaeton Is rubbcr-tlred and nearly
Horse Is Bound, gentle nnd well brok
en. Altogether, tho outfit Is a handsomo
Jae. F. Morgan,
Lease ofjaro Land '
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 1st,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, ""
At my salesroom. RS Otienn street tin.
jnolulu. I will sell at Public Auction,
hy order of the Trustees under At
will of Ucrnlce P. Dlshop, tho ltavi
.of that valuable taro land sltuato nl
I Kaakaukukul, Pauoa Valley, and c',- ,
mining an area ot ao-iuu ores.
Term of lease, 15 years from April
Upset net annual rental, $G00, pay- i
able quaiterly In advance.
For' full particulars apply at tho of
fice of the Ulshop I2stnte, 77 Merchant
JAS. F. MORGAN.
LEASE IF LAND
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 1st,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, ,
At my salcsioom, 03 Queen street, Ho
nolulu. I will sell at Public Auction,
by older of tho Trustees under tho
will of Ucrnlce P. Ulshop, tho lease of
that valuable land known ns Puaa 1st.
Bltunto at North Kona, Hawaii, and
containing nn area of 859 acres.
Teun of lenso, 21 yeais from May
Upset net annual rentnl, ?50u, pay
able quartet ly in advance.
For full particulars apply at the of
fice or tho Ulshop I2statu, 77 Merchant
Ja6. F. VlorfiHn,
85 Qxieen St '
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