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IN THE CIltCUIT COUItT OP THE
Third Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers; In Probate. In tho Mattel
of tho Estate of David Iluknl Kahot
wal, deceased. Order of Notlco of
Hearing Petition for Allowance of Fi
nal Accounts, Distribution and Dis
charge, On reading and filing tho pe
tition and accounts of E. A. KraicrALAMEDA
Administrator of tho Estate of David SIEIIKA . ,
Iluknl Kahotwal, wherein ho asks to ALAMEDA
be allowed! and .SONOMA .
Lharcea himself with t !
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(Continued from Page 3)
solemnly vouches for the veracity of
They were a couple of tough old an-
tnfnntilf whn ntit nn n Hrnlnh rntirftrt
every Saturday afternoon to determine W. Williamson.. ..48
their own prlvato championship for ;' Jil,
the week. They were "all squaro" at ",.", '
the seventeenth, and tho loser of last A. Mahaulu 49
week had Just played his third In tho J. Armstrong 62
shape of a nlc3 approach to thb grocn. Idgood 61
Last week's winner came up to his Jr" 'VR. . "
ball with grim purpose. For the like k.O.Yhlto 46
he had an easy pitch to the green. '; Mahatili 43
But a number of young sheep were ty Homcnway ....CO
dnconcernedly browsing on the edge of ' Johnson S5
tho green, all oblivious of the Olymp- J- Ono 54
Ian contest that was on the point of set- A- ," Toll ....C4
iinmnnt Austin White ....47
"Itln forrad, laddie." said last week's lno "aiciwa wuo tournament went
winner to Ills caddie, "and drive awa' to Dr. Yost with an 85. C. Cross played
thoy lamusr m.uu uuu . uiugoou miru.
and asks, that tho name mar Iia pinm
Ined and approved, and that a final or
der may bo mado of distribution of tho
property remaining In his hands to tho
persons thorcto entitled, and discharg
ing him and his sureties from all fur
ther responsibility as such administra
tor of the Estate of David Hukal Ka
holwal, It Is ordered that Wednesday,
the 31st day of January, A, D. 1906, at
10 o'clock a. m beforo tho Judgo of
said court at the court room of the
said court at Kallua, Island of Hawaii,
be and tho samo hereby Is appointed
as tho time and place for hearing said
petition and accounts, and that all
persons Interested may then and thero
appear and show cause, If any they
have, why tho samo should not bo
granted, and may present evidence as
,JI to who are entitled to the 'said prop
yl crty. And that notice of this order, In
82 the English and Hawaiian languages,
85 'he published In tho Evening Bulletin
93 and Kuokoa newspapers printed and
96 published In Honolulu, for threo sue
jjj ccsslvo wocks, tho last publication to
If. bo not less than two weeks provlous
Sy to tho time therein appointed for said
99 1 Dated at Kaltun, this 19th day of Do
95 cember, 1905.
By tho Court:
Family of Rats End Lift Together.
I ininByaraoiiocairesiaence.aFMneiio the home rcen on the Saturday night.
sgm was seen ine oiner morning, wear mut, hnvo Bfrectcii ,m ln muci. .ho
IX-. -- M ..- ..1.. ..... .l 1.1ft
opponent, "bide where ye be, laddlel
Ye ennna move ony growln' thing!
That's the rule of gowf."
Among the great fund of good stories
that tho late Dean of Rochester used to
tell was one In relation to golf. It was
that of a keen clerical golfer, who.
after a hard match, had been beaten on
.." . . .. ..". i ii i iiisl iiiiin h nn Lt-n in ii i an an iii ii iiiu ' " -
Nfltlnn in UnlHoro flf Rnnrlr tw .3 i !!.,. ' ft-?,;?,, Bmo way as the loss of Calais affected The Hatclwa Cup tournament rcsult-'silth day of December, A. D. 1905, been
noiicB lo Homers 01 nonas ifdreduiih-hoJs ? ' scpt.f0r. t tt.e s?b. CJ , foi.ow: iprC8enleu l0 1BM ,.ro,mto COurt, .na
'I linlH frnn Inn idpitlAA fi a ivAI'n Alts Hid
Dr. Yost 47 E3
C. Cross 61 CO
C. Bldgood E4 49
II. Johnson SS EE
J. Ormo El 51
A. R. W.Todd ....04 72
Harry T. Mills, Attorney for IMI
Honor. 3261 Dec. 26; Jan. 2, 9, 16.
DEC. 29 ALAMEDA JAN.
JAN. lx RIEUIIA JAN. 9
JAN. 19 ALAMEDA JAN. 24
JAN. 31 SONOMA JAN. SO
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KIIH. 21 VI5NTUIIA FEB. 20
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IN THE CIBCUIT COUHT OF THE
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers: In Probate. In tho Mattel
nf tho Estato of Hannah Wall, Ordet
for Notice of Hearing Petition for Pro
bate of Will. A document purporting
to bo the last will and testament ol
Hannah Wall, deceased, having on the
Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd
IUST TO HAND
GONSALVES & CO.,
the nearest point where there was water.
and gave up llfo together. Stearns' Electrlo
Rat and Roach Paste Is sura death. It Is
easy lo use and absolutely guaranteed to
kill cockroaches, water bun. rats. mice. etc.
Pursuant to a ueso.ut.on passed by SiS2X-.ifi
the Directors of tho Walalua Agrlcul- package will be sent, espress prepaid on re
tural Company, Ltd., at a regularly celpiof price by the Stearns' Electric Patta
called meeting held on October 24th, Co., Tribune Building, Chicago, HI. Smalt
1905, and acting under authority of a '" ' Hotel site, eight time 'Jba
Tlo.nliitlnn nmi liv ha ahrl.nTJ.Qlulll'tyi $1.00, 'W
of the said Walalua Agricultural Co.,
Ltd. at a duly called special meeting
held on Octubcr 19th, 190S, tho existing
lssu'o of Bonds, for One Million Dol
lars ln all, will be refunded on March
Under authority of the said Resolu
tions a new Issue of Bonds for Ono
Million Five Hundred Thousand Dol
lars (11,500,000.00) In all will bo made.
Bald Bonds, to be dated March 31st,
190C, bearing Interest at the rate of 5
per annum, payable semi annually on
tho last days of March and September
of each year, for a term of 20 years,
with tho option reserved to tho Wala
lua Agricultural Company, Ltd., of re
deeming the whole or any part of said
Bonds on March 31st, 1916, or on any
Interest-paying dato thereafter; said
Bonds to bo secured by Deed of Trust
on the property of tho Company,
which shall provide for the annual pay
ment to the Trustee of 10 of tho net
prod's of tho Company, to be Invested
as a sinking fund for the redemption
of said Bonds.
Holders of the existing Issuo of
Bonds may exchango their holdings for
an equivalent face-value of the new Is.
cue, on the basis of 98 for the latter,
(difference to be paid to Bondholders
cither la U. S. Gold Coin or In add!
tlonal Bonds at SS, or partly In Bonds
and partly In U, S. Gold Coin, at Com'
pany's option), provided they execute
an agreement to this effect, and dellV'
cr same, not later than January Ctb,
1906, to the Hawaiian Trust Company,
Limited, Blank forme of this agree
ment will bo furnished on application,
or may be had at the office of the Ha
waiian Trust Company, Limited.
Honolulu, November 2, 190S,
G. P. CASTLE.
Treasurer Walalua Agr'l Co., Ltd.
3221 Jan. o, 1906.
Another Shipment of
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FI8HNET8, TWINE and BRONZE
WIRE CLOTH at
A. FERNANDEZ & SOU,
Nos. 4-1-60 King St., Katsey Block, bet
Nuuanu and Smith Sts.J Tel. aln 189.
bath morning rervlce, he gave out his.
"And what shall It profit a man It he'
gain tho wholo world aud lose the last I
Tho latest golf Btory which Is going K
tlin rnilnrln linn n frpuhpr mlnr thnn A,
mnny. It tells of a foursome being J'-1 Williamson
played, one of the golfers belonging " Annua
lo that school which Insists on the ball
being deposited on a sort of sand castle
when the drive from the teeing ground
On this occatlon he topped the ball,
which settled down more easily In the
"tec." His partner strenuously de
manded his niblick from his caddie,
and with a mighty stroke sent the ball
high up In the air to fall again some
20 yards off In high ground.
"What on earth did you tako your
niblick for?" queried tho first player.
"Niblick!" replied tho second, "What
else could I tako? Jolly good shot too,
I consider, out of that bunker."
O. Whlto 48
F. Armstrong ....f3
F. Halstead 49
Dr. High' ........51
A. S. Mahaulu ...45
Q. II. Bcrrcy ....48
Dr. J. P. Jost ....CO
J. Dougherty ....62
E. M. Campbell ..05
C. Weight ....,..
J. O. Evans 45
H. Olffard 44
St. C. Bldgood ...49
QERMANY WANT8 PEACE.
A party of spectators on Llttlcstone
golf links were recently amused by the
antics of one of the players, who was
waving his arms about like a windmill
In a fit. Thero was somo slight wag
ering as to the causo of his strange
conduct, one section favoring the Idea
of a sudden attack of toothache, and
nnother that of St. Vitus' dance accen
tuated by a wasp sting.
A raddle was approaching nnd wills-
London, Doc. 3. An Important
speech on tho relations between Great
Britain and Germany was delivered
last night by tbo German Embassador,
Count Wolff Mctternlch, who was the
chief guest at a dinner at tho Lyceum
Club, presided over by Lady Aberdeen.
Tho Embassador said:
"Wo novcr bnd a serious quarrel
with England In tho long courso of our
history, and sincerely trust wo never
snail, a shadow unfortunately hus
a petition for too prouato thereor, ant
for tho Issuanco of letters testamen
tary to Cocll Brown, having been filed
by Cecil Brown, It Is hcrt-by ordered,
that Monday, the 29th xlay of January.
A. D. 1906. at 9 o'clock a, ni.. of said
83 , day, at tho court room of said court,
jjjj.at Honolulu, Oahu, be and tho samo
5 5 hereby la appointed the tlmo and placo
gj'for proving said will and hearing said
55' application. It Is further ordered thai
95 j notice thereof bo given, by publics
81 1 tlon, once a week for thrco successive
weeks, In the Evening Bulletin, a
newspaper published In Honolulu, the
last publication to bo not less than
ton days previous lo tho tlmo therein
appointed for bearing,
Dated at Honolulu, .December 26,
J. T. DE BOLT,
First Judge, First Circuit Court
3264 Dec. 26; Jan. 2, 9, 16.
lu accordance with tho By-LawB of
Tho First National Bar.1; of Hawaii, at
Honolulu, notlco Is hereby given that
tho annual meeting of the Stock-hold
era thereof, will be held In Honolulu,
Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, at
Its place of business on Tuesday, Jan
uary 9, 1906, at 3 p. m.; tho purpose of
said meeting being tho election of Di
rectors for tho ensuing year, and for
tho transaction of such other business
as may be necessary, or brought be
fore the Stock-holders for action.
-Dated, Honolulu, December 5, 1905.
L. T. PECK, ;
3247 Dec. S, Hi, 26; Jan. 2.
F. D. WICKE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Ofifce and Store Fitting, Cabinet Mak
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The Waokl7 Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a compute summary of
th c'-'a t tbs day.
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pcrlngly asked for an explanation. The fallen over tho two nations In the last
boy burst out laughing. r0w years, the causes for which It Is
"You needn't' whisper," ho said; "lie r.ot difficult to discover by those who
wouldn't hear yer If you were to fire Cd what dally Is printed. The fact
off a helghty-ono ton gun. Ho ain't that I am your guest this evening Is a'
got nothlnk the matter with him. He's wolcomo proof that tho forces at work
ueaf and dumb, nnd that's tho only way nr0 desirous of dispelling tho shadow
,.v i,. u. o. ......... . ,j cnmiiy,
i-Thn nviru,hlmlnir mntnrltv nf Enir.
As far as I can make out," said Mark nshmcn and Germans wishes a llfo of
peace and harmony and regards tho
Idea of a serious quarrel as a piece of
criminal folly, Thero Is no real causo
for antagonism, commercial or other
wise; It Is only an atmosphere of lll
tccllng artificially created.
"Tho German Government will greet
Twain, describing golf, "you go out
Into the middle of a very largo field
with a very small ball and a very uig
bag of sticks. Then you try and hit the
ball, and after somo trios. In which
you hit the air, or the ground, or tho
caddie, you succeed. If the hoy Is still
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alive you tend him to look for the ball
If be finds It the samo day you've don."
ON HALEIWA LINKS
with sincere satisfaction any moo
nent tending to further good relations
and will gladly respond to any friend
ly demonstration in England."
BARGAIN COUNTER RIOT.
Butte, Dec. 3. Traffic was tempor.
arlly suspended and a squad of police
Iwa cup wos up as a trophy and tho icsorvcs was called out to prevent a
Honolulu golfers were again given
a chance to show their aulllty on the
Halelwa course. On Sunday tho Halo
riot yesterday afternoon when M. J
Connell and tho D. J. Hcnncssy do
tartmont stores began dumping cases
of gloves Into tho street after several
hours of vigorous prlco cutting. Sev
eral women were trampled upon In tho
wild scramblo, but no ono was serious
ly Injured. The experlenco cost tho
L'icrchantK Involved morn thnn 11300
land It Ib estimated that moro than 2000
' urnclf Inm
F BREAD, CAKE8, COOKIES, ETC.,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Cor. BERETANIA and EMMA 8T8.
play was keen. Good weather and a
well kept course afforded the chanco to
bring In some low scores. Tho scratch
picn did not seem to have a chance and
when the scores were handed In, Olf
fard, High and Mahaulu, the low men,
were found In the rear. Handicaps
again "told the story and E. O. White
carried off the cup. John Evans wa
second and O. II. Ilerrey third.
A good crowd stayed over to play In worklngmcn wero supplied with gloves
the special tourney yesterday and trails.
nrlzes were offered by Woods & Shel- "Worktngmon's buckskin gloves 1
don and K. O. Hall & Son. Austin) rent per pair" was tho announcement
White surprised all by coming In with 'displayed In front of tho Hcnncssy cs-
the lowest scoro and took the dozen itablirhmcnt shortly after 2 o'clock,
balls offered by Woods & Sheldon. Dr. 'I ho streets wero crowded with shop-
Yost landed second place and gets a tiers. A moment later tho rival mcr
new bag from E. O. Hall & Son. C. It. jchnnt announced "Ten pairs for C
Hemenway also got' within tho 'prize tents." Ten minutes later ten husky
- I Connell salesmen carried five cases of
mint Ufllinnri r B'ovcs inio mo milium 01 mo niruei
lillrir llillHftH r between tho two establishments and
UUIIL lUUIIWbbl inv.,i .h anortnlnra In hnln them.
solves and a wldl rush followed. Tbo
police by vigorous work preven sorlous
Injury to any of the participants.
Tho shine that some people have Is
only a coat of gold paint.
AHW Ouiulm SI
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO FORE-
CLOSE AND OF 8ALE BY AS
SIGNEE OF MORTGAGEE.
Notlco Is hereby given that by vlrtua
of a power of salo contained In that
certain mortgago dated tho 10th day
of Doccnibcr. 18R9, recorded In tho Reg
istry of Conveyances in Ltbcr 121 ou
pages' 93 and 94, mado by J. K. Wilder
nnd Marlon C. Wilder, his wiro, of Ho
nolulu, Island of Oahu, to Cecil Brown,
and which said inortgago was duly as
signed to Sarah U, von l'flster by tbo
said Cecil Brown, mortgagee, by docu
ment dated February 24, 1890, and re
corded In said Registry ln Liber 123
on pages 139 and 140, tbo said Sarah
U. von Pflstor. assignee as aforesaid,
Intends to foreclose said mortgago for
breach of tho conditions therein con
tained, to wit: tho non-payment of tho
principal and Interest when duo.
Nonce is also nereoy given mai an
and singular-tho lands, tenoments and
hereditaments In said mortgago de
scribed, will be sold at public auction
at the auction roam of Will E. Fisher,
on tho cornor of Queen and Fort
Streets, In Honolulu aforesaid, on Sat
urday, the 20th day of January, A. D.
1906, at 12 o'clock noon of that day,
Tho rroper'y covered by said mort
gage are, those two rerttln parcels of
land sltuato on Bcrctanla and Young
Streets. In said Honolulu, known as
Lots Nos. 107 and 81 on the Govern
ment Map of Kulaokahua Plains; and
being u portion of the land described
In lloyal Patent No. 299, and the oamo
as conveyed to tho said mortgagor by
dood of W. O. Smith, Eiocutor, record
td In I.lber 119 on pages 38 and 39.
TERMS. CASH, UNITED 3TATE3
DEEDS AT THB EXPENSE OF
Dated, Honolulu, T. H., Docombor
SARAH U. VON PFISTER,
Assignee of Mortgagee.
For further particular!, apply to Co
til Brown, attornoy for assignee of
mortgagoc, 97 Merchant Stroot, Hono
lulu, T. H.
3253 Doc. 12, 19, 26; Jan. 2.
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