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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., WEDNESDAY, FED. .19. 1002.
E. O. Hall &
It mail- i bat there. Is somo unccri
talnty nb. .. t; amoiM, ..,,?,. " " 9 p m. that evening n men
Satunln) m. litlon of which a .mado pamo frQm gh(ro g,ntng ,URt ,,,
ir. nimthi r eolumn II
, jimiuu ui
I hi hal players Bent a challenge tu
the Fhicton csteroa and this morn
log reeelved the following acceptance
from Osmond J Prentls, tho officer
nboard the Phaeton who Is the captain
of the ship's team
We shall be pleased to play ou
at cricket on Thursdav the 20th Inst.,
i ommenclng at 1 30 p m
The local cricketers are making
preparations for tomorrow's match
They stato that afternoon tea will ha
terved the lady friends 6f tho local
lub and that there will be accommo
dations for visitors who drop lu dur
ing the progress of tho game
l.ast tar Blxt oceangoing steam
ers wire engaged exclusively in
"tv tu" fiiipiTtT rntniT nnsT
IN Till- UIICUIT (.Ul'lli MUSI
boe"at cCbe'rs"' ln7heJlaUeror ""' night an. Tuesday forenoon stmr Noonlli W.man, -for , ,,.
tbhWtaWjoBn-ni late of Ho ; 1A X"11" ' Kan.,Mill. Honokaa and Kukulhac.e.
nolulu Oahu. deceased A Document "'" "' nt , - P estorrtav inis at 5 m
purporting to be tho Ust Will and morning she had her bowsprit taken 1 Slmr Koaholl Mosher. for Eleelo
Testament of said deceased hnlg "' nml Mlous repairs, which she nn(, Maknel, at r. p. m.
been presented to said Court, together suffered In her collision with ho u g a 1 Grant, Croskey, for
with a petition for tho prohato there- steamer J A. Cummins, aro being' Manila, this oonlng.
of. nnd for tho lssuanco of letters of mndo to utilize tho time whllo she is 0pr Marn Hackfeld, Wahrman.
administration with will annoxed to In port. Sho will probably sail for for San j.'rancBC0 m.
Carollno Ilryant, widow of said do- Kauai this oenlng or tomorrow morn
ceased, halng been filed Notice Is Ing PASSENGEUS ARRIVLD.
hereby gUen that FRIDAY, tho 7th The schooner Ada, another Boat of From Kauat ports, per stmr. Mlka
day of MARCH, A. I). 1902, at 10 tho mosquito llett, was to havo sailed hala. February j9. W Wright, II.
o'clock a. m, in tho Judiciary Rulld- for Hnnalcl this morning, but when 11. Dudman, N Undclman, h. C Rar
ing. Honolulu, Oahu, Is appointed tho tho Malolo's report of thn rough wenth- ruw. N O Taylor, P McLane, W
time nnd place lor proving said Will cr ontsldo was heard. It was decided I J Driimmond, I), lind. Miss M Coak
and hearing said application, when t0 postpone her sailing dato until to- ley. H Schalefleld and 2(! deck,
nnd where nny person Interested may morrow mornlng. I From Molokal ports, per stmr 1.0
nppear and show cause. If any they Ti10 BCi100nor Mokihana arrived him February 18 K llrown. Albert
hno why tho prner fo said petition fr()m Koo,n) ltlrnK int nRht. shoiKane and Alfred Kane
fliuuiu nut w Kiuiiic-i,
Honolulu, Oahu. Januaiy 2S, 1902
Ily the Court-
J. A THOMPSON.
Cecil Rrown, Attorney for Petition
"(157 4t Jnn " Feb 5 1" 19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF I'HE
nrst circuit. Territory or Hawaii was comparatively easy with onlv n
Christine Morgan vs. Henry Victor heavy swell, tho heavy weather vvlikh
Morgan Term Summons ((2 stamps) raged at Molokal yesterday prevented
Tho Territory of Hawaii To tho tho steamer from landing her freight
High Sheriff of tho Territory of Ha nt Kalaupapa, Pclekiinu nnd Wnllnu,
wall, or his Deputy, tho Sheriff of tho Halawa being the only plnco whoro
Island of Oahu. or his Deputy In tho a landing was effected As a conso
Territory of Hawaii You aro com- rpienco, tho Btcamer had fo bring most
mended to summon Henry Victor Mor- of her freight back to Honolulu
gan. Defendant. In enso ho shall file I The small steamer Knnnn uMh
written answer within twenty dnvs
nnor scrvico noreor, to lie anil appear Pearl Harbor yesffrday was forced
before tho said Circuit Court at tho back to Honolulu by tho rough weath
November Term thoreof. to ho lioldcn ir. She left at about 10 a m and
at Honolulu, Island of Oahu. on Mon managed to gtt out of Iho harbor pret
day, tho Ith day of November next. ntty quickly as sho had the tldo with
10 oclock,a. m, to show caiue why her When she turned her noso to
the claim of hrlstmo Morgan, Plain wards Pearl Harbor, however, tho
tiff, should not be awarded to her. pur- wind made such a resUtanco at the
suant to tho tenor of her annexed libel broad hulk of the stow that sho could
for divorce. And havo you uen there not reach her destination, but had to
this Writ with full return of jour pro turn back after sho had arrived at a
Ce,e,'J 5?Ji!,cr??n' . . Polnt n Maullola. She started again
WITNESS Hon. A. S. Humphrovs, this morning towing tho dredger, and
First Judge of t.io Circuit Court of the as tho weather Is now fine she is well
rirm v.ireun. ai nonoiuiu. uanu, mis,
23d day of Octooer, 1901
(Signed) J A THOJI. SON,
I certify that the foregoing to bo
a true copy of tho original summons
in said cause, and that said Court or
dered publication of tho samo and a
contlnuanco of said causa until tho
next May. 1902, Term of this Couit.
Dated Honolulu Oahu, Feb t, 19u2.
J J Dunne, attorney for llebllant
20C3 Ct. Feb 5, 12, 19, 2C, Mar 5, 12,
ROYAL MALT EXTRACT
The great Invlgorator and tonlr
It is what the nursing mother needs
It Is what tho ofllco worker needs
It Is what tho worklngman needs
It Is what everybody needs who Is
tired, weak or depressed
It stimulates brain and body.
Order it at onco; that tired feeling
will not wear oft without help, and
ROYAL MALT EXTRACT Is tho bestPa'"R "' Sonny Cuiihn, vvfir ple.is-.t'1"
possible help you can havo.
Oot the genuine, take no substitute
26c per Dottle; $2.50 per Dozen.
Hcibron Drug Go.,
Llttlo chicks aro allowed to die,
eggs E't senrco, tho chickens mnko
dry eating, etc. Theso mistakes aro
constantly made, but need not occur.
lll Increase the quantity of eggs and
mnko hong Iny regularly. It cures
i hlrken cholera, roup, gapes, worms,
ihciiiuatlsni nnd all diseases.
No poultry raiser should do without
I'mtt s Poultry Food.
What It does for cjilcfcons it docs
for nil kinds of poultry. Tho oldest
nnd most reliable In existence Call
for n package and try It.
MET ROUQU WEATHER
(Continued from page 1.)
land, so went hack to Elecle for ahcl
.,l, ..,. ,.i , Tb,v.
well to assist tho hark W. B. Flint,
which wns dragging her anchors nt
Makawell Left Elcelc at 9. IS p. m.;
arrived nt Makawell at 10:15 p. m ,
nnd anchored Went alongside the
Flint, hut the captain of that vessel
raid he did not need resistance then,
as the wind bad shifted and the weath
er had moderated.
"Lay thero all that night and In the
morning went down to Walmoa and
discharged freight. The schooner
Alice Kimball was at Koloa discharg
ing freight and had twenty flvo tons
out. Strong northwesterly winds
blowing on Kauai Crossing tho chan
nel strong northwesterly winds with
nRn seas were encountered
The small Island schooner Malolo
helunglng to Henry Macfarlane, like
wise hnd n tough tlmo with tho hcay
wntrinr She lpft this nnrt with Ka
ual as her deslnatlon. and tried , Sail Francisco.
level best to bullet her wa up. How- Schr. Twilight, for F.lctle, Makawell
(",er ,ho weallor wns fr ,0 niRhiai"1 Walmca-
.,.. .! nflnr utrnirirHnir nlrnie n I out -rnrv
i,.t,nrln tirnllv rnnrh unntlmr nn thn
cither sldo of this Island. Tho schoon I
er wns ijing In Knhnnn Hoy, whcro
It was comparatUtly sheltered, but
tho weather Is sSid to hnvo been ory.
rough at other places.
I The steamer Lehua. which nrrlted
f 1 0111 Molokal last nlcht. also renoiis
rough weather. Whllo tho trip up
started towing n largo stow out to
under way for her destination.
The United States Nnval (oilier
Alexander arrived In port tins morn
Ing and was moored at Naval wharf
No 1 Sho left Norfolk on December
7 and proceeded to San Juan, whero
sho arrived on December 11. Sho left
that port on tho following day, but on
tho next day sho had Xo put back ta
San Juan on account of sllehtlv ills -
liel?h,,!?ry,i0.ll,e WBS ";?mUr;l
and left on the 18th. Droccedlne to
Montevideo, where she touched to de
liver supplies to U S. 8 Atlanta
During the trip between San Juan
and Montevideo, on Christmas ulght.
tho second officer of tho vessel Leon
ard F Cox, died from erysipelas Thu
whole trip around tho Horn to this
port was marked by flno weather and
was entirely uneventful.
The Alcxanuer will discharge about
2100 tons of Pocahontas coal for tho
use of tho Naval Station ncro.
ROMANCI! OP I2LIe.
Oliver Ilaltibrldgo and his cnui.iany'
of performers gavo an accept jolo how
In tho Opera Houso last evening, tho
principal part being tho ltomniuo ofl
Ellso There were In tho nelghboihoo I '
of 200 people present Tho singing of
James Dougherty and tho ran time
Tho flrst custom house action of
,U,nCla 11ISL ""i?. 'l1 ""''?!
fnrnnnnn l h o.,.. ij '"
majority of tho goods wora of Orient
al origin, the main attrae'lon of tho
other eoods being somo rases of whis
key and rum, Tho bidders wero most
COMES 11 III!
ly Chlneso and very good prices were in ejectment of Frank Godfrey, trus
realized. tec, against herself and others.
p m p m
Monday ,... i?
Wtdndy .! I19I
M ) JO
I 10 6 if
t it, 10
o! S 11
I Ml 41
4 t8 to l
4 lyo 41
4 10 I
j tS tt 11
Full 011 tho 22d nt 2 33 a. 111.
Tides from tho Untied Statos Coast
nnd Ueodetlc 8urvey Tables.
The tides at Kahulut ana Hilo occur
about an hour earlier ihnn at Ho
nclitlu. Hawnllan Standard Tlmo Is 10b. 30m
slower than drcon wclh tlmo, being
tuat of tho meridian of 167.30. Tho
time whlstto - ows at 1:30 p. m., which
Is the samo as Greenwich, ua 0m.
Weather Dureau, Punnhou, February
19. -Temperature Morning minimum,
03; Midday maximum, 74.
Ilaromcter nt 9 a m 30 05 nislng.
Dew Point 51F.
Humidity nt 9 n m. 69 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Feb
ruary 19 Weather clear; wind fresh
Tuesday, February 18,
Stmr I.ehua, Napala, from Molokat
Schr. Mokihana, from Koolau ports.
Schr Malolo. put hack from sea.
Wednesday, February 19.
V 3 collier Alexander, N'lckcla,
Drlg Tanner, Ncwhall, ftom San
Francisco, with 2900 hags sugar, 200
bngs rice and 82 packages sundries.
Tuesday, February 18.
Stmr Claudlne, Parker, for Maul
Stmr W (1. Hall, Thompson, for
Stmr. Walalcalo. Plltz, for Annhola
Am bit. Alden Dense, Klessel, for
1 ASbENaLUS DI.IAini.l).
Tr Knual pits, per stmr W O
illl February 18 Major Wood, H
Hnjselden. J Ratchelor, C A
Lo V C Gregg. M Kawahara. S
Mahiilona I Mlasuda, II J
J P Dlas, Q Adatchl
AND WAILUKU RIVER
GOES OVER FOREYER
Voluminous Opinion of the Supreme
Court Judge Robinson Begins
Jury Trials Lightfoot
A voluminous decision of the Su
preme Court was filed tills afternoon
In the suit of Hawaiian t'oinnieril.tf &
Sugar Company vs. Walluku Sugar
Company. It Is written by Chief Jus
tire Krear and unanimously signed.
1 he syllabus giving the gist of the law
Involved alone occupies two and a 1ml
pages of typewriting. For nil the pub
lic wilt care to know, a few lines may
suffice to mako tho result dear
It Is part of the Interminable con
troversy between these parties over
water rights Plaintiff surd In equity
to restrain defendant from diverting
water from the Wnlluku stream. Dc
fendant pleaded that several of the
I questions had formerly been nnnlly ad
1 i,,,n..t,i ti.. n 1...1 1...
sent subject to tho right of np'peal, en-
tered a decreo sustaining llili pita.
Plaintiff appealed and now the Su
preme Court decides, for reasons tak
ing eighteen and a half closely tvpe
written pages, as follows:
"The decree sustaining the plea U
set aside nnd the case remitted to the
Circuit Judge for further protending '
a. S. Hartwell, Hatch & 3llllmnn
und Robertson & Wilder for plaintiff
ttnner of this goal; Kinney, Dallou &
Kr,ni.,nnhnn fn, ,urAnf
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd , I123 discon
tinued fts suit against the Pelavwil De
Joseph Lightfoot has been llceinml
by Judge Humphreys to practice In the
Tho Malle-Illma Club nt u moetln
held last night appointed J. J. Ilelsir
os a committee of ono to confer with
ny' Rrlgnde nthletlc commltloa
with regard to the coming field day
Tho manager of the club was directed
, training Bt OnCO.
Helen Rowland, by her uttorr.tjs.
Kinney, Dallou & McClanuhan, ans
wers with general denial the complaint
II il REMITTED!
WANTED First class baker and pas
try cook, for hotel work. Addres
H. P.. Bulletin office 2075-lw
WANTED First ilaBS housekeeper,
familiar with hotel work; refer
ences Address It K., Dullctin of
WANTED Position to do general
housework on enro for children Ad
dross Olrl, this office 2075-lw
TO LET Furnished room, with bnth
attached, for coupTo, with or with
out board. In prlvato family. In
town Apply Oils office 2075 tf
PACIFIC SUGAR MILL.
The Annual Meeting of tho Stock
holders of tho Pacific Sugar Mill will
ho held at the ofTico of F A Schacfer
& Co. on Friday, tho 21st Inst., at
10 a m. W. LANZ,
Honolulu, February 18th, 1902.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of tho Pioneer Mill Company,
Limited, will bo hold on Friday, Feb
ruary 28, 11)02, at 10 o'clock a. m., nt
the office of II Hackfeld & Co. Ltd.
Honolulu, Fehruaty 19, 1902.
ST. PATRICK'6 DAY, 1902.
Notice Is hereby given to all Irish
men of Hawaii, natlvo and foreign
born, that a meeting will bo held on
Titesda the 25th day of February,
1902, at 8 o'clock p. m., nt tho drill
shed, for tho purpose of devising ways
nnd means for tho celebration of ST.
PATRICK'S DAY, March 17th. 1902.
Dated Honolulu. Feb. 17th, 1902.
c J McCarthy,
2073 Feb 19. 22, 25.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the meeting of the Stockholders
of the Konn and Chicago Coffee Com
pany. Limited, held February 4th,
1902. the following officers wcro elect
ed to serve dining tho ensuing enr
Ferdinand Coerper President
Gardner K. Wilder Vice Pret.
Henry C. Blrbe Jr. Secretary
Jacob Coerper Treasurer
John F. Humburg Auditor
These together with George Rodlek
and M 11 Macfarlano constitute- tho
Hon ul of Directors.
HENRY C. I1IRDE JR,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undei signed having been ditlv
appointed Administrator or tho Estato
or Hugh Mirmlllnn. ir.ti if lloiu Il'ii,
Island of Oah 1, deceased, notice U
heioby given in nil poraon!, to present
their claims against t.i Eitut, duly
authenticated, whether sec ire I by
mortgage or otherwise to tho under
signed nt his office 137 jrcrchnnt St..
Honolulu aroiesald. within six. months
fiom tho dato of this notice, or they
will be foiever barred.
1J7 Meiehaut St.. Admlnlsttator of the
Estate of Hugh Maemlllan, De
ceased Dated, Honolulu, Februnrj 19, 1902
21)75 Feb 19, 20. Mar 3 12, 19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Fit st Circuit, Tetrltory of Hawaii At
Clwmbcra In Probate In tho Matter
or the Estato or Caih rlno P Auld,
late or Honolulu, Oahu. Deceased On
reading and filing Iho Petition of vMI
Ham C Parke-, tho Administrator of
the abovo entitled estate, pravlig for
an ordpr to sell certain n al estato be
longing to said deceased and setting
certain legal reasons why such lcnl
estate should bo sold; It Is hereby or
dered that all persons Interested In
the said estate appear beforo this
Court on MONDAY, tho 21th day of
.MARCH. A. I). 1902. at TEN o'clock
a. m.. at the CoiiVt Room or this Court
In tho Judiciary Ilulldlng, In Honolu
lu, Oahu, then ami there to show
cause why an order should not be
granted for tho sale of such real es
tate. Honolulu, Oahu, Feb. 18, A. D. 1902.
Ily tho Court:
J. A. THOMPSON,
2075 Feb. 19. 20; Mar. 5, 12.
Commencing Saturday, Feb. 22
MIND READER, HYPNOTIST
HUMORIST, IN AN ENTER-
TAINMENi OF MIRTH,
' MAQIC, MYSERY AND IL-
LUSION8, AS8ISTED BY
Wan en tho young Mormon Wizard,
King of tho Handcuffs and a company
or Clover Performers.
An Entertainment to Please All
Clean, Wholesome and Enjoyable
Price, 50 cents, 75 cents nnd Jl.
Reserved scats on Bale at Wall,
Nichols' on Thursday morning.
MES8RS. WHITNEY & MARSH
nnnounco tho third annual opening
of Spring Shirtwaists for Monday,
Fcbrunry Soventccnth, tho oxblbltlon
to continue throughout tho week.
This offering, for vnrlety of
style, clcgnnco nnd originality of
design, and pcrfoctlon of workmanship
far surpasses anything herotoforo
undertaken. Tho materials cover a
wide rango of fabrics, from rich
embroidered Swisses nnd HabutK
Silks to tasteful Lawns, tho
trimmings nlways In perfect harmony,
whllo tho W. & M. popular prices
Orders aro welcome, but you
aro Just as welcomo to merely look.
1045 FORT ST.
A largo American manufacturer desires to arrange with some
ono in Honolulu who is In position to represent tncir lino to mo
Watch, Clock and Jewelry Trado. No application will bo con
sidcred except that of somo ono engaged solely in tho business of
representing American manulacturcrs. Tho agency would not be
given to any ono who Is engaged in business for his own account,
cnrrylng stock, etc. The business would bo conducted by carrying
a lino of samples, from whlcu orders could bo secured, to bo ship
ped direct from tho factory. No applicant would bo considered un
less accompanied by full explanation as to tho naturo of tho np
pllcant's business, and full and satisfactory references.
Address : MANUFACTURER, this office,
NEW COTILLION FIGURE
One ol tho new cotillon figures la
known as the Dolly Vnrdcn, It Is mora
rapid In Its movement than tha
tralna which start from Thirtieth
street and run down nt Spuvten Duy
vll It calls for a display of trim
annus lino milium imi mm im;u uuo-
'"V. '". ."f?l"0.l.!:",R f U' frU frUi
Ul tlilllll J IlllfcC-l IV
i mnl . i. iMrn,iiin.,i in tilt, cltv
where vouth Is moro sedate and man-
ners more conservative than Is tha
case in tho Southern city of Lexlng-
Ion, where this cotillon had its origin,
In fact, tho figures has been the
cause of n general disruption of so
elety In the henrt of tho Rlue Orass
region, nnd It Is not snfo to mention
" . . . . . . . ...in.i
together plenslng heroine of Ilarnaby
Rudge appears In short petticoats,
showing the daintiest of feet nnd tha
trimmest of nnkles. Tho young
women, who wero looking for Bomo-
thing new In tho way of a cotillon fig
lure devised a scenic effect of wlilcn
I they wero exceedingly proud A
jhcreen wns plmed nt one end or the
I ballroom It camo within about
1 twelve Inches or tho floor On ono sldu
floor tnero appeared a proceBslon of
dainty feet, for thu skirts of tho
vnunir women had been lifted until tha
hems wero not vlslblo on the other
side of tho screen.
It was expected that as tho band
played "1 I-ove Her Dainty Ankles and
tier Feet" ench voune man was to
kneel reverently beforo the pair of an-
kles which bo most admired. The
young men conducted themselves In
'Bn"Srt r"'.ntt might bo na
doubt as to which of tho ankles they
regarded as tno most ocautiiui, me . --
joung men actually grasped tho oh-1 These emblems alwajs attract atten
Jects of their admiration. Thero fol- tiou. aud it affords htm pleasure to
lowed feminine shrieks and tries ot exhibit them as tokens of the esteem
"You furgit vourseiri" 'and high regard in which ho Is held by
Tho screen went up In a hurry, and his Masonic brethren Washington
the cotillon camo to nn end. nmld Times.
blushes, denunciations and nvowals by I
the joung women that they would nev
er speak to certain or tho young men ' Tho electric power transmitted 200
or Lexington again ...long as they f, "t?.Vj;. 1?a,lfornla' ha
lived. New York Herald.
The yield of cranberries for 1901
was as follows: New England, 240.
UU0 barrels; New Jersey, 120.000 bar
rels; tho West, 40,000 barrels, a nor
Notice Is hereby given thnt Mr. E.
F Schmidt has tills day been appoint
ed an agent of this Department for the
numbering or buildings In tho District
or Honolulu. Inland of Oahu, vice Mr
Stanley Stevenson, resigned.
J. II, 110YD,
Superintendent r I'uullc Works.
Department ul Public Works, Hono
lulu, February 17. 1902. 2t!75-3t
Will be received by tho Superintend
ent or Public Works until 1 p. m. on
Monday. February 24th, 1902, ror con
structing Drainage Ditch for Kewalo
Plans and specifications on Qlo In
office ot Superintendent of Public
The Superintendent does not bind
hlmBelt to accept tho lowest or any
bid. JAME8 II. BOYD,
Superintendent of Public Works,
VALUED MASONIC EMBLEMS
Representative James D. Rlcnard
son of Tennessee, minority leader of
tho House of Representatives, and tho
highest Mason in the world. Is the re
cipient of two Matonlc emblems which
were presented to him by his fraternal
(..,... . ,1.1. rmmirv
I Representative Richardson's tltio Is
Sovereign Grand Commander of the
Southern Jurisdiction, the oldest
branch of the Masonic order. This
title carries with it a salary of J3500
per annum, and a magnificent res'.-
dence In the fashionable part of tho
( These highly prized gifts are a watch
c)iarm aud a Ma80nc rng. Tne former
's '" the shape of a triple cross, mado
w, rkmanshlp of a London Jeweler.
This. Mr. Richardson carries as a
charm, attached to a massive gold
watch chain. The other token is a ring
of gold, mado of three delicate hands
On the Inside Is Inscribed In I.atln, "In
Deo Flducla Nostra" The ring Is
' worn ,, ,,c UC flngcr of tne left
hanJi aml ,irI1E thc heated debates in
the Hougc ,g ,Mn, ,,gUj,0 tQ Mr
nl.h.Tl.,nn.. nn,nrnii .nii..,..
nents a id emphasizing a point by ges
turea of the hands.
Mr. Richardson was made a thlrtv-
third degree Mason In 1884, and has
I held many high offices. Upon the
death of Gen. Albert Pike, about Ave
jears ago, Mr. Richardson was elected
1. la nnvxinr
Despite the exacting duties of leader
of thB D(.mocrats n the lower branch
f CongreSB Representative Richard-
. to the
' " 'ls hS'' ce among the
J proved perfectly reliable.
Hcretnnln nnd Miller Streets
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19,
TICKETS $1.00. LADIES FREE.
Tickets on Sale at
HAFFNER'S JEWELRY STORE,
Masonic Temple, and
THE HAW'N HOTEL BARBER 8HOP
GRAND EXCURSION and PICNIC
TO KALIHI PARK PAVILION
Tickets $1. admission to grounds
Transportation Uotli Ways
65 Queen St.
Lease of Taro Land
OK SATURDAY, MARCH 1st
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, Ho
nolulu, I will sell at Public Auction,
by order of tho Trustees under tho
will of Dernlco P. Dlshop, the leaso
of that valuablo taro land sltuato at
Kaakaukukul, Pauoa Valley, and con
taining an area of 8 35-100 cres.
Term of leaso, 16 years from April
Upset net annual rental, $600, pay
able quarterly In advance.
For full particulars apply nt the of
fice ot the Rtshop Estato, 77 Merchant
JAS. F. MORGAN.
LEASE J LAM
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 1st,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, Ho
nolulu. I will sell at Public Auction,
by order of tho Trustees under the
will of Dernlco P. JJIshop, tho leaso ot
that valuable land known as Puaa 1st,
sltuato at North Kona, Hawaii, and
containing an area of 859 acres.
Term of leaso, 21 years from May
Upset net annual rental, $300, pay
able quarterly In advance.
For full particulars apply at tho of
flco or tho nishop Estate, 77 Merchant
Jae. F. Morgan,
65 Queen St
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