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EVENINO BULLETIN," HONOLULU. T. It., MONDAY, FED. 12. 1806.
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WAIALUA AGRICULTURAL GO,
Pursuant to a Resolution of the
Board of Directors of tho Walalua Ag
ricultural Company, Limited, duly
passed at a meeting held on Jan. 23rd,
190G, Sealed Tinders nro hereby In
vited for Flvo Hundred Thousand Dol
Inrs (1500,000.00) of the 6 10-20 Gold
Bonds of tho Walalua Agricultural
Company, Limited, to tie Issued March
31st, 1906, (Total Issue, Jl.000,000.00).
Tenders will be rccelvea nt tho of
fice of the undersigned up to 12 o'clock
m. on the 21st day of February, A. D.
1906, and may be for the full amount
of Five Hundred Thousand Dollars
(1500,000.00) or any part thereof, but
for not less than Fifty Thousand Dol
lars ((50,000.00) In any ono tendor.
Tenders should be addressed to W.
A. Bowcn, Treasurer of the Walalua
Agricultural Company, Limited, under
cover marked "Tender for Walalua
Tho Walalua Agricultural Company,
Limited, does not bind ItBelf to accept
the highest or any tender.
W. A. DOWEN,
Treasurer Walalua Agricultural
Company, Ltd. -
Honolulu, Jan. 24th, 190C.
3290 Jan. 21 td
The Annual Mcetlne of the WAIA
LUA AGRICULTURAL COMPANY,
LIMITED, will bo held nt the offlco of
Castle & Cooke, Limited, lo the Stan
genu aid Uulldlng, Merchant Street,
Honolulu, on Wcdnesdny, February
28th. 1906, at 10 o'clock a. m., for tho
election of a Hoard of Directors for
tho ensuing year, tho reception of an
nual reports, to consider and act upon
a mortgage or deed of triBt prepared
in pursuance of the authorization of
the Company at Ua meeting October
19th, 190S, and the proceedings of tho
Iloaid of Directors In connection
therewith, and to authorize the Issu
ing and sale of bonds upon terms rec
ommended by the Directors and tho
execution of tho trust deed or mort
gage to Becurc the same, and such oth
er business as may be brought before
Uy order of the Board of Directors.
CHAS. II. ATHERTON,
Secretary Walalua Agricultural
Honolulu, February Stb, 1906.
WAIANAE COMPANY, LIMITED.
The Annual Meeting of the stock
holders of Walanae Company, Ltd.,
n ill be held at tho offlco of J. M. Dow-
Belt, Merchant street, on Wednesday,
February 14, luo, at lu o-ciock a. m.
J. M. DOW8ETT,
Secretary Walanae Co., Ltd.
Dated Honolulu, T. II., February 6,
UNITED STATE8 OF AMERICA.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
WHEnEAS a libel was filed In the
District Court of tho United Statos
for the Territory of Hawaii on the
sixth day ,f February. A. D. 1900. by
1'ACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COM
PANY, a corporation, Libellants, vor
bus tho Steam Drcdgo PACIFIC, her
engines, boiler, machinery, tackle, ap
tiarel and furniture, in a causa of dam
ages, civil and maritime, to recover the
sum 01 jsu.uuu, as uy Bam uuci, rcior
ence being hereby made thereto, will
more fully nnd at large appear,
NOW. THE REFOIIE. In pursuance
of the Monition and under tho seat of
tbo Court to mo directed nnd deliver
cd, I do hereby glvo public notice to
nil persons claiming tho said steam
dredgo "PACIFIC," her tacklo. en
gines, etc., or in any manner Interest
ed therein, that they bo and appear
before the said District Court to bo
held In tho city of Honolulu, on Fri
day, the sixteenth day of Fobruary, A.
D. 1906. at ten o clock n tho forenoon
of that day, provided tho samo shall bo
a day of Jurisdiction; otherwlso on tho
next day of Jurisdiction thereafter;
then and tnoro to interposo tnoir
claims and mako their allegations In
that behalf, otherwise default and con
demnation will bo ordered.
Dated tho sixth day of February,
A. I). 1908.
E. R. HENDRY,
U. S. Marshal,
Kinney, MrClanahnn & Cooper,
Proctors for Llbellnnt.
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PROMINENT MAN FAVORS
A FORMER LT. GOVERNOR OF
SOUTH DAKOTA DISCUSSES
FUTURE OF HAWAII
John T. Kean, formerly Lleutcnant
(!oernor of South Dakota, and who Is
now n guest of the Moana hotel. Is n
strong supporter of the effort not bo
Ing made to permit tho Hawaiian Is
lands to keep 75 per cent of the money
collected hero for tariff. He Is In u po
sition to know much of tho policy of
the Qocrnment ofilclals, and he feds
confident that tho money will bo re
tained here. Mr. Kean, like tho other
tourists. Is enthused with the many at
tractions Honolulu present's, and it
confident that the city In ttmo will be
filled with tho winter homes of wcut
thy people of the mainland,
"My impressions of Honolulu are
exceedingly favorable," said Mr. Kean,
"The cllmato hero In the winter time,
rather. I suppose, than In tbo summer
time, especially appeals to tho tourist
when people get over the idea that n
voyago of 2000 miles Is a difficulty, they
will swarm In hero by tho thousands
"The peculiar location of the Ha
waiian Islands Is such as to give them
a maritime and commercial Import,
ance that cannot be overestimated. Ho
nolulu has every kind of attraction for
tho tourist, and all that Is necessary
for the future, popularity of these la
lands Is to have their advantages well
"Of course, I am a stranger here
but I may be pardoned If I make a sugi
gestlon for the good of tho city I
think the trip of the Hawaiian band deceased, lato of Honolulu, Island of
through the states Is going to do much Oahu, Territory of Hawaii; Notlco Is
to advertise these Islands, nnd I would hereby given to nil persons to present
suggest that at every concert they give their ctnlms against tho entnto of said
they should bo required to distribute Hannnh Wall, deceased, duly authen
literature descriptive of the Islands, .Heated, whether securid by mortgage
"Tho band mado a great hit at Port- 'or otherwise, to tho undersigned at
and during the Fair. I was there at his offlco, No. 97 Merchant Street, Ho
tlint time, and I, like everyone else, nolulu nforcsald, within six months
was enchanted with their music Their from tho dato hereof, or they will be
reputation has already gone forth over lorevcr barred,
tho country, nod they will bo received 1 And nil persons Indobtcd to said Es.
everywhere with Interest and duo ap-
"President Roosevelt, I know. Is
Ihuch interested In these Islands nnd I
know that his policy Is to allow a large
part of tho revenue collected here nnd
In Manila from tariff to be retnlucd on
tho Islands for payments of debts utid
for general Imnrovcments. It Is onlv
fair that this should bo done, for the
annexation to the United States Is tnk-
Ing this Income from tho people here,
nnil.thcy should have somo of It In re-
"There Is one thing I wish J on would
ay for me, and that Is that not in a
great manv years have I found to cdo.1
hotel accommodations ns thcro aro In
Honolulu. This excellent hotel service testament of Clara H. Banning, lato of
here impressed me from the first." tho County of Alameda, California, do
Mr, Kenn Is nn attorney of Woon- ceased, also of tho probate of said will
iockct. South Dakota, nnd Is arcom- In tho Superior Court of tho Stato of
panted here by his wife. They will California In and for tho County of
icao tno latter part of the month for
California, and will spend somo time
in me southern part of that stato be-
foro returning to their homo
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS,
Recorded Feb. 1. 1906.
Mrs S M Lack to Frank Pnchcco;
L; building on pc land, Fort St, Hono-
lulu; D yrs, 3 yrs at ISO per mo, 2 yrs
nt 385 per mo. B 273, n 470. Dated
Feb 1, 1906,
Henry 11 Rcstarick and wf to Pro-
tcstant Episcopal Church In I lawn Isl-
amis; D; 2 pes land, Emma Sq. Hono- application, when and whero any per
lulu; 31, B 278, p 133. Dated Jan 31, ton Interested may appear and contest
190C, tho samo. It Is further ordered that
Mary Dowsctt by atty to Walanao
Co; AM; mtg Knlulil and wf on An 2
nnd subdtvs A nnd C Ap 1, of II P
1070, Kunlwn. etc. Walanae. Oahu:
JC0D B 256, p 157. Dated Jan 31,1906.
Mnmicl Ventura nnd wf to First
Bank of Illlo Ltd: M: 3-10 ncro land,
bldgs, etc, Walnakti, Illlo: J 200. B 276.
p 281. Dated Jan 24, 1906.
Antoui Hylvn to s Kimura: L: 2 MO
ncrci land, Walknpu, Maul; 10 yrs at
335 per jr. II 273, p 406. Dated Jnn
Gear, Lansing & Co by trs to Leo
Huong; D; lot 17, Knpnoulti lots, Kula,
Maul; 31000. B 278, p 132. Dated Jan
Pioneer Mill Co Ltd to Hallaka Ke
lllwalwalnlo (w); Rcl; pc land, Puu
uoa, Lnhnlna, Maul; $350. B 182, p
U0. Dated Nov 17, 1905.
A N Haysclden to Kclllwalwalolo;
Can L; R P 5640, Puunoa, Lahalna,
Maul. II 156, p 442. Dated Jnn 24,
Kclllwalwnlolo to A N Hayseldcn;
L; n P 6653. Kuls 477E and 522, Pa
unowa, I-ahalna, Maul; 7 yrs at $160
yd, II 273, p 468. Dated Jnn 24, 1906,
Kelllwalwalole to Iwa; L; pc land,
Puur.oa, Lahalna, Maul; 10 yrs at S30
per an, B 273, p 469. Dated Jan 21,
A N Campbell tr by ntty to Peter I
Kanana and wf ct nl; ltd: Or 1959,
Kamaolo. Kula: UP 5152 nnd 1-2 lnt
Int In pc land. Nclio, etc, Wnlluku;
lnt In 11 P 3375, Walliuvnul. Koolau;
1-2 Int In It P 2786, etc, Wnllua nul.
Koolau; all on Maul; 1500. B 211, p
.SS. Dated Fob 1, 1900.
John Halcmanu and wf to ueorgo N
Wilcox; B; It P 3668, Kul 3627, Haiku,
Puna. Kauat; .150. B 278, p 131. Da
ted Jan 30, 1906.
Tho Governor, acting under the ad
vlco of his physician, will temporarily
refrain from performing tho duties of
tils office. During the disability of tho
Oovernor, the Secretary of Hawaii will
act as Oovernor from this dato.
A. L. O. ATK1N80N,
Secretary of Hawaii.
Executlvo Dulldlng, Honolulu,
February 10, 1906. 3304 3t
"I had a very sovero lunp troublo
and was so weak that I cntild scarcely
walk about or talk. All my friends
be I lo red I could never get well. I
then began to tako Aver's Cherry
Pectoral and Immediately felt an Im
provement. It took only two bottles
to worka complotocuro. It certainly
saved my life."
This Is one of thousands of testi
monials to the wonderful value of
In cases of colds, coughs, and lung
and throat troubles of all kinds. A
standard and unrivalod remody for
sixty years. In large and small bottles.
Beware of Imitation so-called
"Genuine Cherry rectoral." Ilesure
to get "AYKIl'S Cherry rectoral."
tn fni kj Or. J. C. Ape a U., IwU, Hi.fc.U. L A.
NOTICE TO CREDITOR8.
Tho undersigned, having been duly
appointed the Kxccutor of the Last
Will and Testament of Hannah Wall,
tato nro hereby requested to mako 1m
mcdlatn payment to tho undersigned,
Dated, Honolulu, Jnnuary 23th, 1808.
Executor of tho Last Will and
Testament of Hannah Wall,
233 Jan. 29; Feb. G, 12, 19.
IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Judicial Circuit, Territory of
Hawaii, At Chambers; In Probate,
In tho Matter of tho Estato of Clara
II. Banning, Deceased. Order of No-
tlco of Hearing Petition for Ancillary
Letters Testamentary. Whereas, a
document nurportlng to bo a duly au-
thcntlcated copy of tho last will and
Alameda, having on this 6th day of
February, A. D. 1900, been presented
to tho Circuit Court of tho First JudI
clal Circuit of tho Territory of Hawaii
nnd a petition Tor ancillary letters tes-
tamentary having been filed by Born-
hard Rudolf Banning, praying that An-
ciliary Letters Testamentary bo Issued
to him: . It Is hereby ordered that Mon
day, tho 19th day of March. A. D. 1906,
nt 9 o'clock in tho forenoon, at the
rourt room of said court at tho JudI
clary Building, Honolulu. Oahu. bo and
tho samo Is hereby appointed tho time
for proving said win and bearing said
notlco thereof ho given, by publication
onco a week for thrco successive
weoliH, In tho Etcnlng Bulletin, a nowa
paper published In the English Ian
guago tho last publication to bo not
less thnn ten days previous to the
tlmn therein appointed for hearing.
Dated at Honolulu, Oahu, this Stb
day of February, A. D. 1906.
alexaniieii einuhay, jiu
Second Judgo Circuit Court of tho
Attest J. A. THOMPSON.
Clerk First Circuit Court
3. A, Mngoon nnd J. Llghtfoot, altor
neys for petitioner.
3299 Feb. 5, 12, 19, 26.
THE PACIFIC GUANO AND FERTI
Ily ordor of tho Hoard of Director))
tho nnnunt meeting of tho sharehold
orn of Tho Pncin.o Ouano & Fertilizer
Company Mill ho held nt tho ofdeo of
II. llntkft'ld & Company, Limited, Ho
nolulu, on Wednesday, February 11th,
1'JUO, at 2 o'clock p. m.
Hated, Honolulu, Jnnunry-3tst, lOOG
3230 Feb. 1, 8, 12.
KCKAHA SUGAR COMPANY, LIM
Tho annual meeting of tho share
holdcrfi of tho KKKAHA SUGAR
COMPANY. LIMIT!.'!), will be held at
tho offlco of II. Hackfold &- Company,
Limited, Honolulu, on Wednesday,
February 2Ut, MOO, at 10 o'clock a. ni,
Dated Honolulu, Fobruary 7th, 190G
3301 Fob. 8, 12, ID.
M. W. McGHESNEY & SONS,
c WHOLESALE GROCER8 o
FLOUR, GRAIN AND BEANS; COF
FEE ROASTERS AND PACKER8.
HONOLULU, T. H.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive
FROM 8AN FRANCI8CO:
SONOMA FEB. 21
ALAMEDA MAR. 2
VENTURA MAR. 14
ALAMEDA MAR. 23
SIERRA APR. 4
In connection with the sailing of
orepared to Issne, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets, by aaj,
railroad from San Francisco to all points In tbo United States, ant treat
New York by any steamship line to all European ports
FOR FURTHER PARTICU1JVR8 APPLY TO
Win- G Irwin & Co., Ltd
OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.,
Occidental and Oriental Steamship
AND TOYO KI8EN KAI8HA.
Steamar of the above companies will call at Honolulu an
leave thla port on or about the dates below mentioned:
lOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
MONOOLIA FEB. 13
CHINA FEB. 20
NIITON MAUU FEn. 27
DORIC MAR. 6
- Call it Manila.
J i . . .
for general Information apply to
H Hackfeld &
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN S. S. CO
Direct Service between New York and Hawaiian Islands, Via Pacific Coasl
Prom New Yorlc to Honolulu
8.8. "AMERICAN" to sail FED. 15
8.8. "MASSACHUSETTS" to sail MAR. 10
Freight received at all times at tbo Company's Wharf, 41st BtrMt, lossaTs
Prom San Pranctmco To Honolulu Dlroet.
8.8."NEBRA8KAN' to sail MAR. 1
8.8."NEVADAN" to tail MAR. 22
Freight received at Company's Wharf, Orcenwlch Street
and each month thereafter. '
Prom Honolulu to Snn Pranclaco.
8.3."NEVADAN" to sail FEB. 18
S.S.-NEBRASKAN" to sail MAR. 1
Prom Seattle and Tocoma to Honolulu
8.8."ARIZONAN" to dail (direct) FEB. 20
S.S."NEVADAN" via San Francisco, to sail MAR. 18
For further Information apfly M
C, P. MORSE,
General Freight AgenL
Canadian-Australian Royal Mai
Steamers of the abore line, running In connection with tie CANADIAf
PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, D. C, and Sydney, N. . W,
and calling A Victoria, D. C, Honolulu and Sura, FID, and Drlsbaae, us)
DUE AT HONOLULU on or about the dates below stated, Tii:
From Vancouver and Victoria, B. C.i From Sydney and Brlsbsne.
(For Drlsbane and Bydney) ' (For Victoria and Vancouver, II. O.)'
AORANOI MAR. 10 MIOWBRA MAR. T
MIOWI1RA APRIL l
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada. United Itatta aaf.
Europe. For Freight and Passay and all general Information apply U
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Incoming baggago checked on steamers of abovo compJs and aj
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v DEALERS IN r
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city by courteous drivers.
Oahu Ice and Electric Ce
Kewalo, Telephone Blue till
OF ALL KINDS.
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ALLEN A ROBIN80N,
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Yo i Get
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and leave thta port aa hereualssjs,
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SIERRA . .
, MAR. 7
tho abovo steamers, the siesta M
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MANCHURIA "VO. 1
HONOKONO MARU FEB. 1
KORKA MAR II
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