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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. If. T., WEDNESDAY, MCIf. ID, 1&02.
Second Shipment of
New Spring Goods !
The Alameda has brought us the daintiest and newest effects In
spring materials, consisting of the very best productions of American
and European looms. Of soma of the goods wo have a large stock,
whllo of othors, though of great assortment, we havo only a samplo
line. Remember that the early buyers are tho ones who havo tho
largest variety to chooso from. The new arrivals lncludo
Handsome Wash Materials
White Goods and Fancy
Included nro a few dress lengths of SATIN LIBERTIES and
TWILLED FOULARD SILKS. The designs nro artistic and tho color
ings exceptionally beautiful. They will provo quick sellers.
Entirely New Assortment of
FANCY RIBBONS, VEILING, KID GLOVES and NECKWEAR.
This Is a special lino of the latest novelties; no largo quantities;
mostly a samplo line.
LACE and MUSLIN TIES; NEW SILK TIES, PROTECTION
EMBROIDERY COLLARETTES, NECK RUFFS in solid white, solid
black and combinations of black and white.
Our Easter Millinery Opening
has proved so successful that, considering this, and that our stock
has been greatly augmented by another shipment of millinery novel
ties arriving on tho Alameda, wo will continue our reception all of
DRY GOODS COMPANY, Ltd.
WHY THROW $40 AWAY
by paying 3100 for a typewriter when you can get an up-to-date
strictly high grado machine
The Wellington Visible Writer
for $60. This machine Is a revolution In typewriters. One of
many endorsements given tho Wellington Typewriter Is as follows
"Wo raako the statement positively
that they aro absolutely the best, ex
celling all others In simplicity, dura
bility and accuracy. Wo are using 75
of thorn In our Philadelphia and New
York stores. They have our unquali
'(Signed) JOHN WANAMAKEIt."
We have Just received a shipment of these typewriters and
will be pleased to give full particulars regarding same.
Tlieo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
PER S, S.
Robinson Block, Hotel Street.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAQOON BLOOK, MEROHAXT hIREET.
IBo2c 880 Ika,l3n. 2in
P. O. Box Ml. TIU il.
TOTinxrcsr 'wo ohjsli
THE OLDEST CH.. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
CHtliri la Flo Silks tat. Gnu Llooai. CbtotH tal Jiptotu Goodi ol All Klila
io-tt Naainu tt -
At the storo of Goo Kim, lllfl Nuiianu street. Tho finest of Orient
al silks and linens, consisting of dress goods nnd emhroldered handker
chiefs 32 Inches square and tablo covers 3(i and 41 Inches square. Ladles
and gentlemen's lurnlshlng goods and underwear; duck suits, hath robes,
lemnants of grass linen, figured silks and other goods.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
In the market.
CRAPE SHIRTS, PONGEE
SUITS, direct from the Orient.
OF KIMONAS. - -
Judge Humphreys Order
For Kona Plantation Sale
IN THE CIRCUIT COUNT OK THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. TER
RITORY OP HAWAII. AT CHAM
BERS. IN EQUITY.
M. W. McChesncy & Sons vs. Kona
Sugar Company, Limited, and The
First American Savings and Trust
Company of Hawaii, Limited.
Order authorizing receiver to sell the
entire property and estate of tho
Kona Sugar Company, Limited.
Whereas, motion of plaintiff for leave
to discontinue In tho above-entitled
matter camo on regularly to be heard
before me at Chambers on the Ttli day
of March, A. D. 1902, J. Alfred Ma
goon nnd Thomas I. Dillon appearing
for F. Wunilcnberg, Receiver of the
Kona Sugar Company, Ltd., Henry
Holmes representing S. M. Damon, 11.
E. Walty and 8. E, Damon, doing busl-
ness under tho firm name of Bishop
&. Co., Cecil Drown, representing tho
First American Savings nnd Trust Co.
of Hawaii, Ltd., Messrs. Hatch & Sll
llman representing the Kona Sugar Co.,
Ltd., Messrs. Kinney, Ballou & Me
Clanahan representing W. W. Blerce,
Ltd., nnd L. M. Whltehousc, and F. W.
Hankcy representing M. W, McChesney
& Sons, and
Whereas, after full hearing In the
said matter, there being no objection
thereto, the following order was made:
"This matter having come on regu
larly for hearing this day on motion
of complainants for Icavo to dismiss
their Bill of Complaint herein, and for
nn order of the Court discharging the
iccclvcr of tho defendant, The Kon.i
Sugar Co., Ltd., upon payment to him
of his disbursements and expenses and
such fees as the Court might award
him for his services In and about tho
premises, and the same having been
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o'clock this afternoon, at which time
said receiver now npears and presents
his accounts, and no other person ap
pearing to oppose the approval of the
accounts of said receiver, or his dis
charge, or to make any other objec
tion in this behalf, It Is now by the
Court ordered that leave Le ami the
same Is hereby given to (he complain
ants herein to dismiss their bill of
complaint herein. It Is further order
ed that the accounts of the receiver
herein be and tho same nre hereby ap
proved and In all things confirmed.
And It Is further oidered that the said
receiver do have and receive as a rea-
sonable fee and reward for his services
In nnd about the premises the sum of
$1000. out of which sum he Is directed
to pay and satisfy liU attorneys and
and any nnd all other expenses Incur-!
ted by him, not embraced In his nc'
count on Me herein. And It Is further
ordered that all and singular the goods,
chattels, efTects, and property, real,
personal and mixed of the defendant,
Tho Kona Sugar Co., Ltd., stand charg
ed, fixed and encuniberoil with each
and every Item covered by said rc-
elver's account, and further In addi
tion to such sum, the sum of $1000 now
nwnrded him as his reasonable fee and
reward In this matter. And It Is fur
ther ordered, adjudged nnd decreed
that tho receiver do, on the loth, day of
March, A. D. 1902, procceii to adver
tise for sale, all and singular the goods,
chattels and effects and property, real,
personal nnd mixed of whatsoever
kind and naturo In his hands ns re
ceiver of The Kona Sugar Co., Ltd..
nnd that having advertised said prop
erty for sale at public vendue In front
of tho Judiciary building In Honolulu
for the period of ten tlnjs computing
from the said 15th day of March, A. D.
1902, said receiver do proceed to sell
at public vendue all and singular the
goods, effects, chattels and property, felted ns a penalty for such non-com-teal,
personal nnd mixed of The Kona! pllnnce. If any sale for which a do
Sugar Co., Ltd., for the purpose of posit Is made ho not confirmed by tho
satisfying all demands as receUer of Court, the deposit shall be returned to
Tho Kona Sugar Co., Ltd., and In ml- the bidder.
dltlon thereto, the fee nnd reward) (9.) If n,ny purchaser or purchasers
now allowed him by the Court. And shnll fall to comply with the terms of
It Is further ordered, adjudged and tie-1 his or their bid, or to complete said
creed that the bill of complaint In this purchase, said receiver may, with or
case be and the same Is hereby I etalncd without further application td this
nnd that said receiver be and he Is Court, again advertise said pi operty for
hereby retained as receiver of the prop- sale, and sell the same on tho terms
ertys, goods, chattels and effects of
The Kona Sugar Co., Ltd., until his
accounts as said receher, including his
compensation now awarded by the
Court be fully paid and dlnhaiged."
And whereas. It appearing to me that
the sum of JC071.G9 allowed to the re
ceiver, has not been paid, now there
It Is further ordered, adjudged and
decreed In addition and supplemental
to said order and In amendment
thereof, that tho entire property and
estate of tho said Kona Sugar Co.,
Ltd., bo sold by said receiver, that Is to
say, nil its lands, tenements and
hereditaments, nil Interests In lands,
leases, and leasehold Interests, rights
of way, railroads, sugar mill, machin
ery, buildings, lumber and materials,
tools and Implements, engines, ears,
and all kinds of rolling stock, Includ
ing wagons and vehicles nf all kinds,
crops, harness, live Block, agreements,
contracts, and nil franchises and rights
of said Company, and tho good will of
said Company, nnd all oilier property
of said Company now owned or hereaf
ter to be acquired by virtue and under
nuthorfty hereof, cxclusivo of choses
in action, nnd that said sale Bhall be
Alden Electric "Belt'
pensory Is guaranteed
all the curative nrorer
ties of the espensive belts now sold by
dovtors and druggists. It gives a very
trong current of electricity andlseaily
regulated, uound to supersede others, tan
be hid from the underslKiieJ only: no
agents; no discount. Circular free. Address
rce Electric Co , 200 I'ost St., San
.ico. Sent free to Hawaii for $5.00
upon the terms and In tho manner
(1.) Said receiver shall give public
notice of the time and place of such
sale by advertisement In the Honolulu
Evening Uullettn, a daily newspaper
published In Honolulu, for twenty suc
cessive dayB, and also In the llllo Tri
bune, a newspaper published In llllo,
Island of Hawaii, as often ns the same
shall be published before the day of
(2.) That said sale shall be at public
auction in the city of Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, at the
time and place designated in such pub
(3.) That said receiver may adjourn
the said sale from day to day or from
week to week or otherwise giving such
notice as to his shall seem reasonable
of such adjournment, and may make
the snic at tho time and place to which
the Bamc may be adjourned.
(4.) On the consummation of the sate
upon the terms nnd conditions thereof
said receiver shall take and deliver to
the purchaser or purchasers thereof
good and sufficient deeds In law con
veying nil tho property, real, personal
or mixed, so sold by him.
(3.) Said receiver shall offer for sale
as one parcel all the piopcrty, real,
personal or mixed and premises, rights
privileges, immunities nnd franchises
of ovcry kind and description owned b)
(C ) Said receiver may lequlre, be
fore accepting any bid that tho person
making tho same shall deposit with
him five per cent of the amount of such
bid, nnd In ense said property and
premises are sold, the purchaser shall
f orthw I th deposit with said receiver an
additional Ave per cent amounting to
ten per cent of the amount of his said
(7.) Said receiver may fix a time and
place for tho final consummation of
said sale at a period not later than ten
days after the date thereof; which time
may, however, bC adjourned by con
sent of all the parties with the consent
of this Court.
At the time nnd place fixed by the re
eclver for the confirmation of the sale
nnd nfter the same shall hav o been con
firmed by the Court, the purchasers or
purchasers of said property shall pay
the nmount remaining unpaid of his
or their respective bids to the receiver
rppolntcd to sell the said property In
U. S. gold coin, or he or they may give
n bond for that amount to said recelv-
er, his successors or assigns, with two
or more sureties to be approved by the
Court (hat he or they will, up to that
nmount pay such persons as the Court
shall direct, such sums ns may In such
order bo directed to be paid, and In
such manner, and upon suih terms as
may be prescribed thcicln; whereupon
said purchaser or purchasers shall ho
entitled to receive possession of said
property so purchased by him or them
from the receiver herein, who shall
thereupon make a delivery of the same,
and upon payment said receiver shall
execute all such deeds and Instruments
in writing as are herein provided, to
the purchaser or purchasers.
Upon the confirmation of such salo
said receiver shall publish for ten dns
In some newspaper published In tho
city of Honolulu a notice fixing tho
time when he will be ready to make his
final accounting to tho Court.
(8.) In case the purchaser or pur
chasers Bhall fall to comply with the
terms of the bid, or with any orders of
tho Court relating to tho consummn
tton of the purchnso or to any payment
or part payment to be made on account
thereof, then the sums paid by such
purchnscr or purchasers shall he for-
and conditions as nre hereinabove stat
It Is further ordered, adjudged and
decreed that the entire fund to arise
from the sale of said property shall bn
applied as follows:
(1.) To tho payment of tho costs In
this cause, nml of nil proper expense
dependent upon said salo or sales, In
cluding tho compensation of tho auc
tioneer or persons actually crying the
snme, and to tho payment of all
charges, compensation, nllowances and
disbursements of tho receiver, and also
of hlB attorneys, solicitors and coun
sel, and also such other pioper allow
ances, compensation nud disburse
ments of the receiver or of his coun
sel as may bo directed to be paid by
tho order of this Court.
All of the payments to be made under
this subdivision ' shall bo hereafter
fixed and allowed by this Court or a
(2.) Out of the remainder said re
ceiver shall pay nil receiver's certifi
cates issued by him, and all costs, ex
penses, disbursements and liabilities
Incurred by him by reason of this or
any order heretofore mada herein
(3.) TAhe remainder, If any, shall bo
paid Into the Court to the credit or this
cause, subject to the further direction
or this Court.
It Is further ordered, adjudged and
decreed that when delivery Is made by
the receiver of tho .property herein
ordered to be sold, to tho purchaser or
purchasers, he shall II lo his account
with the Court showing the surplus
rcvenuo then In his hands, and his out
standing liabilities, liquidated nml un
liquidated, nnd tho Court reserves all
cieustlons as to tho distribution of said
surplus, nnd ns to tho dlicctlon of tho
receiver from the domnnds nnd claims
against him pertaining to tho business
of said receiver.
It U ft cart, eife ted quick remedy,
Tlicren ONLY ONE
fft Two lite., 2c in 1 50c
It Is further ordered, adjudged and
decieed that the purchaser or pur
chasers of the property herein nnd
hereby ordered to be sold shall, nfter
the delivery of the samo to them, nnd
the execution of sold deeds, hold, pos
sess and enjoy the said premises and
property nnd all tho rights, privileges
Immunities nud franchises appertain
ing thereto, ns fully and completely ns
the said Kona Sugnr Co., Ltd., now
holds or cnjcijs tho sam. or Is en
titled to hold and enjoy tho same, and
free and discharged from all mort
gages, liens nnd charges of every kind
and description soever.
And It Is further ordered, adjudged
and decreed that said First Amerliin
Savings & Trust Company of Hawaii,
Ltd , Trustee for the bondholder?, de
liver up for cancellation the mortgage
or trust deed securing tho said bonds,
and that It convey and redeem nil said
property and nil Its right, title i.iul In
terest In the same to said Kona Sugar
Co., Ltd.. and thnt all lien claim Hits
discharge and caned all Hens tiled by
And it Is further ordercl, adjudged
and decreed that any partv to this
cause and also any Intervening peti
tioner, and also the receiver, may. at
any time, apply to this Court for fur
ther relief at the foot of this decree
as well as to such alterations thereof
In respect to the terms nnd conditions
of said sale, or the distribution of the
proceeds thereof, or In any icspcct to
any matter which may affcet the rights
of any of the parties to this cause as
may bo Just nud proper.
(Signed.) A. S. HUMPHREYS.
Done at Chambers this lithdny ol
.March. A. 1) 1902.
European Action is
Favorable to Cuba
Call Bureau, 1400 O street, N .W..
Washington, March 3. Of far reaching
Importance to the United States and
Cuba Is the action of European nations
In abolishing tho bounties on sugar,
OtDclals of the administration say It
sensibly diminishes the obligation
which rehtH upon the United States
with respect to the admission of sugar
raised In Cuba, At the same time tho
I'rcstdcnt does not propose to relax Ills
rfforts to have Congress grant to Cu
ba the concessions ho has advocated.
Cuba sent to Germany In 1900 sugar
valued at $15, to the Canaiy Islands,
$100, tu Spain $1170 and to Frame $19.
These small Imports were due. tu the
fact that every country of Europe
which raised sugar paid a bounty
wither on tho production or on that
portion of the product exported.
Without this artificial assistance It
I Is helloed here that sugar production
will diminish nnd Cuba will bo able tn
chip large qiuuctitles to European
The action of the sugar conference.
If ratified by the respecthe goern-
incuts, will also liine an Important ef
fect upon tho welfare of the llrltlsh
West Indies. If Congress grants the
concessions to Cuban sugar, this ex
port of the llrltlsh West indies will be
shut out of competition. If Europo
will reeele exports of the West Indies,
then thcro will bo a revival of prosper
ity In tho llrltlsh Islands.
The Republican members of the
IIouso who met tn conference again to
night to consider the Cuban relief ques
tion, after three hours of fruitless dis
cussion adjourned until Thursday
without in Hon. Tnwney nnd Morris of
Minnesota and l'ordney of Michigan,
who oppose a direct tariff concession
and espouse tho plan of ghtug a re
bate direct to the Cuban sugar plan
ters, held the floor throughout the
evening. Much feeling was manifested.
I'olltlcal disaster to the Republican
jmity In tho beet sugnr States was pre
dicted If the tariff on sugar was lower
ed for the benefit nf the Cubans when
another solution was open.
Speaker Henderson was present but
took no part In the proceedings.
Lord Hosebery's term of office ns rec
tor of (llnsgow university ends with
the present academic suasion, nnd tho
respective Llbcial and Conservative
societies connected with the university
arc ni ranging for tho nomination of it
successor. Among Liberal students
tho names of Sit Henry Campbell
Ilannermnn, Sir IMw-ard Orcy nnd John
Morley nro under discussion, while
thoso of Sir .Michael Hlcks-Ilench and
Sir (leorge Wjndham nro favored by
the Conseintle students.
It Is a Heal rieasuro to us to speak
favorably of I'AIN-KILLnih known nl
most universally ft bo a good and safe
remedy for burns and other 'pains of
tho lindv It la vnlimhln lint nnlv rrr
! colds In winter, hut for various summer
complaints, and should bo In every
family The casualty which demands
It may come unaware Christian Ad
vocate. Avoid substitutes, there Is but
ono raln-Klller, Terry Davis'. Prlco
Sue. and 60c
Kodaks, cameras and nil supplies al
ways to bo found at Honolulu I'hoto
The Evening nullutln, 75 cents per
WOULD YOU GUT YOUR
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Wo can help you do It. Wo havo n now Invention. It looks
Just lll.o nn ordinary Incandescent lamp, but It really Is a llttlo lamp
within a large one. A slight turn of the globe changes the light
from lnrgo to small. You can uso It In placo of your regular elec
tric lamp. It Is called tho
Saves flvc-slxths of tho current when burning low. We will
supply them to you nt 75c carh. Call or telephone MAIN 390.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
KINQ STREET, NEAR ALAKEA.
All sizes In quarter-sawed oak nnd beautifully finished.
Large stock of
Extension Dining Tables.
Axminster and Smyrna Rugs.
Tapestry and Chenille Portieres.
Folding chairs to let for any occasion, nnd tho very best uphols
tering done Elegnnt lino of furniture In nil departments,
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
Plshcr Block, opp. Love Bid., Port Street.
C. J. DAY & CO.--GROCERIBS
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o next to Bulletin Offlco
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All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Eiamlnatloni), Surveys and R.
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Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superin
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Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Reports M
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A, WENNER, Manager, j
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