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KVRNtNO BULI.liTIK, HONOLULU, T. It., TUESDAY, JAN, 30, 1900.
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I THE SPECIAL MESSAGE.
The LUUo Ads with the Big Results
8eo Pnjjo B, NEW TO-DAY, for Now Ada.
HOUSE On Vineyard St.
HOUSB On Beach at Walklkl.
OFFICES In Walty Building.
WAIIBHOUSBS On Queen Street.
Improved and Unimproved Proper
Uouies In all rarts of the City.
BISHOP & CO.,
1 1-2 story residence, 1213 Matlock ave.
4 bdr., dec. wire, ono block from 2
car lines; good locality; $20 p. ra.
I K. It. Strauch, Wally Illdg, "I S.
King St. 32C0 tl
Furnished room, good locality, suitable
for housekeeping or z gonuomen. ai
783 Bcrctanla St. sziu-iw
Cottaices In Chrlstly Lano. Apply
Wong Kwai, Smith St, mauka Hotel
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helen's Court, Adams lane.
wly furnished mosquito proof rooms.
AS 84 Vineyard 8t. 2728-tf
trurnlshed rooms at 1223 Emma street.
Mrs. MeCraneU. 25(3
On Rapid Transit car between Wal
klkl Turn and Walklkl, an Aloba
Tcmplo fez. Finder return to this
offlco for reward 3271-tt
A yellow spitz dog. Owner can bato.
enmn Vim nnvlnrr tnw nil Annlv tlif a '
samo by paying for ad
Fine Job Printing at the Bul-I
Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
Best black sand from $2 to 3 a load
according to distance hauled. Coral
rocks for stable, roads and side
walks; flrowood. Third door below
King, Maunakea St.; P. O. box 820.
Toler-Sono Main 396. '
DYEING AND CLEANING.
Uemura dyes (any color) and ctesns
clothes; repairs bicycles and fur-.
nlshcs employees. f20 King St.
T. Hayashl Clothes cleaned, repaired
ana ayou. 637 iioroiania at.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE I
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma-
klkl. General Employment Office,
cor. Pensacola and Bcretanla. ,
Umbrellas r.nalred and brass polish
ing. Takata, 1284 Fort St.
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
He, manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry and merchandise. The J.
Carlo Pawn Hotel nnd Union.
Fine Job Printing at Thi. BulleUm
apronnnmmro mm mm mmmmg
g If You Want Real Good,
H Fresh Table Butter, j
Use Sunrise Brand I
- C. Q, YEE HOP & CO. i
fclZ BUTCHERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. ZZm
ff TELEPHONE MAIN 251. 5
saiuiuuuu uiiuiuuuuiu ami uuuiur
Weekly Bulletin $1 Pep Year
Beef cattle for tale at Ka-
A hultu llanch. Kau. Ha-
wall. 3212 U
Fine corner lot In MaUkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvement. Two ruin
utes' walk from enra and Punahou
College. Address IL t this offlco.
Settings of thoroughbred Black Minor
ca Kggs; $3.00 per setting. Apply
to Henry C. Vlda, Telephone M. 38.
Cheap Home near Park, Walklkl.
Address IL S. K.. Bulletin.
Good Jersey cow; will pay good prlco,
cash. Address K. I)., Bulletin.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
EDWARD ARMITAGE, M. D., PHY
SICIAN AND 8URGEON. HOTEL
8TREET. OFFICE HOURS! 8 TO 11
A. M.J 3 TO 5 P. M.J 7 TO 8 IN EVEN
ING; 8UNDAY8, 0 TO 10 A. M
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. S.,
777 KING ST. TEL. BLUE 3101.
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 502 STAN
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR.
L, DE L. WARD,
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR,
After working ceaselessly for forty
years ttlcven Unlrd, of Chittenden, a
ntinamltti tin a illrnvArAi1 n tnAl Iwiil flf
welding copper, a thing which has
never uecn necompusneu uy any uvint.
man, according to expert metallurgists.
From a Rutland (VL) Dlspntih.
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Mf - J"- Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to the piano warorooma
of L. C. Thayer & Co., 1S8 Hotel St,
opposlto Young Hotel. All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
See Hastings for repalra of Locks,
Keys', Music Boxes, Sharpening of
Fine Cutlery, Rear Union Orlll.
Go and see Wong Kau for lock, gun
i smith and genoral repairing. Nuu-
anu bctw, Morchant and King Sts
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed.
Enos Bros., Union above Hotel St.
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
OntPrion tihno. 1111 Fort BL
TAKE YOUR CLOTHES TO THE
City Renovating Co:
And have them Cleaned, Pressed, Re
paired and Dyed.
1153 :: fort :: STREET.
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New York World.
r-n...j rom d R.
i..i .!,., in n,n reniil7n(loii
of Improvement clubs In Its various dis
tricts, and tho nrospeit oi uniteu ei
forts on their part to build up and
beautify this city for which Naturo has
dono so muth. There nro many ways
In which our united action can bo ad
vantagcously directed, Ixt me Indi
cate but one of them, vli.; the location
of street lines and of property bound
aries. This lies at tho very foundation
of all public nnd private Improvements.
No Intelligent person will build and
expend lartio sums upon a lot whose
title or boundaries are In dnubt. The
Court of Land Ucglstratlon Is afford
ing most valuable assistance In this di
rection. Us old, however, can only be
secured to tboto who havo first ob
talned a proper survey of their lots,
such a survey In short as definitely lo
cates and fixes tho boundaries In ques
For this purposo the Hawaiian Gov
ernment Survey, under the able direc
tion of Us first Surveyor General, Prof
V. D. Alexander, was started and car
ried on with a considerable outlay of
money. It brought order out of clmns,
and settled tba land system of these
Islands on the Bolld basis of scientific
accuracy. But unfortunately the duty
of looking after and maintaining tho,
Trig. Stations by permanent marks and
signals on tho exact spot originally oo
cupieu nag noi rccciTcu suuicicm ui-
In some cases whero tho old station uayi which has been set for Thanks
has been destroyed or lost, It has been BVng Day of each year. On the 30th
impossible or Inexpedient to replace n 0f Ko ember last over COO trees were
new monument on tho old site. In a planted along tho streets by members
few such cases a first class monument 0f the Club. Besides, nt tho same time
has been set at a suitable point In the 3 largo quantity of algcroba seeds were
same vicinity, but as yet not located m-nttered In tho vacant lots that have
with sufficient accuracy. Until they t,ccn cleared of Inntnna. We aro now
are thus located they are of llttlo more employing nt the expense of the club
use to a surveyor than any other un-1 n mnn to take care of the trees In the
located signal, such as a church spirit streets, and soon hojie to employ others
or flag staff. I to look after the Interests of the club.
Many of our primary stations are, y0 hao In reservo a large number of
naturally located on prominent head-1 trees which will bo ready for planting
lands commanding an unobstructed na goon as tho streets are Braded and
view for miles In many directions.
Soma of them would rcqutro several
hours and much hard work to flag, and
unless flagged they are absolutely of no
help to the surveyor. Every tlmo hi
wants to sight one of those points In
has to rc-tlag It. A permanent signal,
like thoso on Diamond Head, Punch
bowl or Tantalus, would obviate the
bltnculty and greatly facllltato the
work of locating points from wmcf
they could bo sighted.
All this shows that there Is much
work demanding tho Immediate atten
tion of on oxpert backed by the Terri
Ai-nln tlin rltv la In irr.nt tinn.l nf
having Its street lines definitely estab-l, whll our water supply is fair w
llshed by street monuments. The Tcr- ""l'" eventually to havo a reservoir In
rltorlal Surveyor has dono much vnlii- m,oro '"vorablo location to the real
able work In this line, but tho ostab-! J1,"'"8 on,th h'shcr elevations. All of
llshmcnt of Comity Government has il work Is having careful nttcntlow
taken this duty out of his "hands nnd I "' .V10 committee- In charge,
as yet no ono has been designated to o also hope for a better car service,
ossumo such work. To havo tho main aml '"tnlnly feel as the district lm
Trig, stations located by one govern-1 J'rovc8, nml bllll,ls u' ,tlint "10 na
ment, nnd tho street monuments by nil-1 Ira',8lt Company will consider out
otner, ib an unfortunate complication,
They nro essentially parts of ono sys
tem, and demand unity or action.
Somo 125 of these street monument!
have been set by the present Territorial
aurvoyor nnd his assistants, but from
press of other duties, from lack of
funds and on account of repeated In
terruptlous, few of them havo been
I trust that this Intelligent audience,
will ngrco with mo that tho matter Is
of vital interest to everyone present
and demands our united and prompt
effort to save what Is left of a fine sys
tem of Trig. Stations; to restoro or ro
place as tar as practicable thoso which
aro lost, to set permanent signals
where needed at stations already lo
cated, to correct tho trlangulatlon rec
ords whero they are evidently faulty,
and to carry on tho work of setting and
locating street monuments so that tho
present work of getting a tltlo to a
piece of land In tho Court of I-ond Ucg
lstratlon diall not bo so difficult and ex
pensive as It necessarily Ib under pres-
ent conditions. If I succeed In arous-1 Monday, and Is known to havo been
Ing your interest in this matter sous to' possessor of ono of the fraudulent
start a much needed reform, I will feel i Norfolk nnd Western stock certlfl
that n most Important step has been tales, was arrested In a hamlet seven
mndo towards tho Improvement of our miles from Elkton, Md., tonight. Tho
beloved Honolulu, and the general lund- arrest was made on tho pretext that
cd Interests of this entire country, by nho was a fugitive from Justice, but the
saving of many thousands of dollars' real reason was his supposed conpec
to those employing purveyors and a tlon with the recent Btock forgery. Se
marked Improvement In the work dono Ion waived his rights concerning ex
by them. 'tradition and will bo brought to this
Zeno K. Myers, leading spirit of the city tomorrow. Officers found tho
tlub noted, made the following report: former financier working as a laborer
The Walalac, Kalmukl and l'ulolo on a small farm.
Inmrntflmrnt Rluli lino llin distinction"""" . "" '" ".' "'""" "V"1' -"' '
nf ' i...TnH iiio nrm chili of the I hid to ' rany 8 ,nn"' lncnco "-unning south
Si .'h.. "r8l. "' ,V'! " 11 westerly along said north branch of
bo started here, and now has a mem-
tcrshlp of about 83. A complete or-
Ionization has been effected with the
President, vice-president, secretary,
treasurer and Ave directors.
The business of the club Is carried on
with tho assistance of the following
ltoad committee, trco planting com
mittee, transit and water supply com
mittee, membership L'umtuiitce and
ntidltlng committee, and from time to
time committees are appointed to take
up special work. The standing com
mittees are composed of a chairman and
Directors' meetings nro held regular
ly. the chairmen of tho various com
mittees being In attendance, nnd as
cvldcnco of the Interest that Is being
taken In tho club work, we havo had
every member present at these meet
ings. flenernl meetings aro called from
time to time, and wo aro now looking
inni.,i .. n ir,. nn.i i ., , oro-i i ,. mvM.
lug of nil the members to be held one
week from tonight, when nil Interested
are Invited to attend. Wo would like
to havo every property holder In our
section Join and assist In the work of
beautifying the district,
ab our namo Implies we cover a
nrg0 district, and In addition to the
tracts abovu named, wo Include tho
I Ono feature of our Club Is our Arbor
ready to receive them.
Tho work on tho Wnlalae Iload that
has recently been commenced by tn
County has Increased the Interest In
our club and encouraged tho members
to a considerable extent, nnd tho club
has already taken action showing their
appreciation to tho County for the
undertaking. Wo hopo that arrange
ments will soon bo effected whereby all
of tho streets of the different tracts
I will bo taken over by the government,
and we aro nlso looking forward to tho
instruction of a cross road connecting
the Watalaa road with tho Diamond
' Head beach road.
tho present time wo bcllovo ImmcclluU
usults would Justify our expectations
Thera Is perfect harmony In the club,
ani1 "r .obJcl;t nnd " I m being for th
I v""'" ;u,J" """ ul "" uwinc.
ll,c members appreciate tho fact that
any work dono in cither tract along tlw
lino of improvement will eventually ro
suit In benefit to all.
It has been mado a matter of record
that our club Is heartily In accord with
the Improvement work as taken up by
tho Promotion Committee, and we
ctand ready at all times to co-operat
aud assist In tho general plans. .
We hope that the successful contll
tlon of our club will encourage other
districts, and that wo shall eentually
sre clubs started and lmprovemeu'
work carried out all over tho Islands.
Now York, Jan. 10. Charles Augus
tus Scton, a promoter who Is to bo
tried for grand larceny In this city on
At Manoa Valley, Honolulu.
Pursuant to a Decree of Foreclosure-
duly given and mado by the Honorable
AlA.ntwItt.. I Inita.v T.- C3aaiI Ti.wm
Circuit Court, First Circuit, Territory
oi Hawaii, ai unamDCrs, in Equity, on
the 16th day of January, A. D. 1906, In
a cause entitled W. O. Smith, Guard
ian of Frlda Clay, a minor, vs. Mary
Jane Montano, A. A. Montano and
Alexander Garvlc, Equity Division
No. 1605, the undersigned Commission,
crs, duly appointed by said decree, will
sell at Public Auction, to the highest
'and best bidder, subject to conflrma-
tlon of the Court,
un oAiunuftT, ine lin uat ur
FEBRUARY, A. D. 1906,
AT 12 O'CLOCK M..
of said day at the front (mauka) en
trance of the Judiciary Building, In
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory of
Hawaii, all and singular tho lands and
premises described as follows, to-wlt;
Tho lands and promises, situate in
Manoa volley, In Honolulu, Territory
of Hawaii, described as follows:
Beginning at a point on south sldo
of north branch of Manoa Itoad, dls-
lant 577.2 feet southwesterly from.
Manoa Iload 309 1-2 feet; thenco south
easterly 125 1-2 feet along boundary of
Grant 31S8 (A. A. Montnno) to point
on south branch of Manoa Itoad;
thenco nlong north sldo of said branch
road 303 1-2 feet to a point S84 feet
from boundary of Island Itcalty Com
pany's lnnd; thenco northwesterly
177.2 feet along mauka portion of Mrs.
M. J. Montano's land to point of bo-
ginning; area, 40,827 square feet; be
ing a portion of tho premises describ
ed in Iloval Patent (Grant) 32 to John
II, and conveyed to said Mary Jano
Montano by deed of Ircno II. Brown,
dated December 3, 1889, and rocorueu
In the office of tho Registrar of Con
veyances In said Honolulu, In liber
13C, pago 169;
Together with all buildings and lm
nrovements thereon nnd rights, privi
leges nnd appurtenances thereunto be
Terms of salo: 10 of prlco bid to
bo paid to said Commissioner upon
I fall of hammer at said sale, balance of
purchaso price to bo paid In United
'Slates Gold Coin upon delivery of
I deed by said Commissioner. Deed nt
expenso oi purcnaser.
For further particulars apply to
James F. Morgan, Esq., Auctioneer,
Kaahumanu Street, or to tho under
signed at his offlco in said Judiciary
WM. It. SIMS,
Smith & Lewis and C. II. Olson, at
torneys for complainant.
Honolulu, Jan. 24th, 1906.
3290 Jan. 25. 30; Feb. 2, 6, 9, 13, 1.
Territory of Hawaii,
Island of Oahu,
Cltv of Honolulu.
CECIL BHOWN and U T. PECK,
being each duly sworn depose and say
that they aro respectively President
and Cashier of Tbo First American
Savings & Trust Co., of Hawaii, Ltd.,
and that the following schedulo Is a
full, true. Just and accurate statement
of tho affairs of the said The First
American Savings & Trust Co., of Ha
waii. Ltd.. to and Including the 3Utn
day of Docembcr, 1905, such schedule
being required uy acction a oi me
Banking Act of 1884.
The authorized Capital of tho Com'
pany Is $200,000.00 divided into 2,000
shares or tho par vaiuo oi iiuu eacu.
Tho number of shares issued Is 2,000;
Fifty por cent, equal to $100,000. has
been paid In on the stock, leaving iiuv,
U00. subject to bo called In.
Tho Liabilities of tbo Company on
the first day of January, 1906, were as
Capital, paid up 100,00.00
Undivided Profits 4,128.80
Tho Assets of tho Company
on the tlrst day of Janu
ary, 1900, were as follows;
Dills Receivable..! 192,008.70
Ileal Estato 25,275.00
Cash on Hand In
to Dec. 30, 1905 3,202.44
I T. PECK.
Subscribod and sworn to before me
this 29th day of January, 1906.
(Signed) W. P. ROTH,
Notary Public First Judicial Circuit.
I hereby certify that tho foregoing
Is a true and faithful copy or the orig
inal statement or schedule of THE
FIH8T AMERICAN SAVINGS &
TRUST CO., OF HAWAII. LTD.,
sworn to before me on tho 29th day of
Qlven under my hand and seal this
29th day of January, 1906.
(Signed) W. P. ROTH,
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit
Um 1IU O foruiiiiftUrt
IrrttfttiDua r ulceration
iTufFvuiiCrififiruiAri'" ltucon tnmWftai!.
LumeiN!Uit,g,Hgtt or pomuoui,
Hold by IrMKtliUt
tor I -U- er I bgitUi, U.TA.
Utmlr wat rtxioM
)sjjr"For Sale" cards at Bulletin,
V In I ! 471. V
I am now otnbllhcd In tho Young Build'
Imrnnd have In connection with my
rooms a modern and well equipped
I guarantco to reduce tho corpulant or build
up the thin. Aly system of excorcluo
speaks for Itself a trial will convince the
PROF. R, A. WOODS
Lithia Water and Ginger Ale
bottled at the famous FERNDALE Mineral Springs, with Its
own natural gas.
There Is no better table water on the market None so
pure. None so palatable.
There Is a snap and zest In every bottle that Instantly wins
popularity foY FERNDALE products.
Pint Bottles $1.35 Per Dozen
Retail MAIN 22.
SWEET AS THE
Crystal Springs Butter
Is guaranteed absolutely pure and Is always uniform In quality. De
livered In neat cardboard cartons, which keep It from contact with
other articles In the Ice-chest, ijj jj
Metropolitan Meat Co, Ltd.
Telephone Main 45
We are prepared to supply the People of Honolulu with Freshest H
ISLAND MEAT8. Also, Garden Produce of all kinds; Butter, Eggs, Chick
ens, Turkeys, 8ucklng Pigs, Bacon, Ham; In fact, avsrythlnn FIRtTt
CLA88 MARKET Is called upon to furnish.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
JAS. E. WESTBROOKE, Manager.
TELEPHONE MAIN 71. FORT ST.. OPP. LOVE ILDI
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship your
goods and save you money.
Dealers In STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse,
That's what makes and saves
ill wnen you want your domes
I. F. COLBURN III, Manager.
Bulletin 75c, per montl
& Co., Ltd,
Wholesale MAIN 92.
J26" King St. Phone Main 58
money. Just THINK of Telephone Mh
Office, KAPIOLANI BUILDIN.