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Published Every Day Rxcept Bunday,
j.u iving BiteKt, Honolulu.
T. 11., -by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO, LTD.
WALLACE R. FARRINdTON.. Editor
11 1 1
Entered at tbe Postofflce at Honoj
tola as second-class natter.
Payable In Advance.
w month, anywhere In U. S..S .75
ter quarter, anywhere In U. S.. 2,00
Per year, anywhere In U. S 8,00
r year, postpaid, forolgn H.OO
lx montbi $ .50
fer yeir, pnywhero In U. S.... 1.00
Per year postparo, foreign .... 2.00
Territory of Hawaii,
Honolulu, County of Oahul
O. O. IIOCKU3. Business Manngor.ot
the Ilullctln Publlahlng Company, Lira.
Ited, being first duly sworn, on onth,
deposes and says: That tlio following
Is a true r.nd correct statement of cir
culation for tho week ending Febru
ary 16, 1906, of tho Dally nnd Week
ly Editions of tbo Evening Ilullctln:
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Feb. 10..,.' 2400
Monday, Feb. 12 2117
Tuesday, Feb. 13 2130
Wednesday, Feb. 14 2126
Thursday, Feb. 15 2119
Friday, Feb. 16 2120
Average Dally Circulation 2166
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Feb. 13, 1906 2356
Number of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone. ...1049
COMBINED guaranteed average
Dy C. O. BOCKUS,
Subscribed nnd sworn to be
fore me this lCth day of Feb
SEAL ruary, A. D. 1906.
P. II. HURNETTE,
No'ary Public, Honolulu, Oooaty of
..FEU. 23, 1906.
Meanwhile tho Japanese aro coming
European Immigrants are needed In
Hawaii. Results tell the story.
Success In using It Is tbe Item of
first Importance when holding tbo
Hawaii's floral and pa-u parade cot
only equals Us competitors. It Is miles
nbcad of them all.
There la no doubt that a vote of the
audience would havo brought out au
overwhelming majority for Chapln,
Only one kind wants affairs placed
at the disposal of tbose whose stock
in trade Is deceit and whoso weapon
Father Washington might be some
what dazed, but certainly could find
no lault with the birthday celebra
tion Honolulu put up.
It Is hoped the law finally passed by
tho New York Legislature will give
life Insurance policy holders the pro
tection, the Investigators say they
Query Would Congressman Long
worth have been mentioned for Gover
nor of Ohio, previous to the arrival of
a President's daughter to preside over
Congressman Orosvcnor's failure to
secure rcnominatlon by his own party
shows that the spirit of revolt has
struck Ohio. Whether this Is reform
. or not remains to be seen.
When Judges are selected to pars
Judgment, their decision la supposed to
be final whether It coincides with pub
lie opinion or not. The only wny to
rectify a mistake Is to get new Judgcc,
which cannot be done till next jear,
John Hushes' offers tho Oahu Hoard
of Supervisors three very valuable
The Immediate response Is likely to
be, that tho Territory or private phil
anthropy Is supposed to look after the
hospitals and the school teachers ol
the County of Oahu. This Is Indeed
true. If however the Territory nnd
the philanthropists have not done what
they are supposed to do, that furnishes
no good reason for neglect from the
County representatives of the people
The County of Oahu finds Itself with
ample funds to do a great deal of good
work on roads and bridges, and im
prove Its polite service. A shoil
sighted legislature left certain very
commendable and very necessary In
stitutions almost crllmnally short ot
The Supervisors may not net exact.
ly as Mr. Hughes has Indicated. H
has nevertheless presented to them an
opportunity for the exerclso of good
tense and public spirit that will ap
peal favorably to many taxpayers.
MORE AMERICAN SHIPS FOR
Displaying more enthusiasm than
Judgment, Hawaii has put Itself large
ly on record as opposed to the coast
wise shipping law. Of late our cltl
tens ot. this opinion have at least kept
quiet, and It Is hoped they have reach
ed, the very sensible conclusion that
Hawaii's advancement Is best served
by tbe extension of the Amerlacn ma
rine so that It shall satisfy all demands
This Is the end to which the sup
porters of the ship subsidy bill have
teen working year after jear. Ha
nail could well afford to devote the
energy waste J on opposition to (he
coastwise shipping law to correspond
Ingly hearty backing of the ship Bub
tidy bill passed by the Senate n few
Thl subsidy law Is exactly what
ttnwnll needs. Not only for tho ltn
mrdltte service of tralllc to nnd fron
these Islands, but for the ptopcr de
velopment of American commerce In
the Pacific llrlef cable dispatches
gnvo n general Outline of the bill as
passed by the Senate. The more com
plete review of the mall Associated
Press dispatches shows that tho bill
establishes thlitcen new contract mall
lines and increases the subvention to
the Oceanic line running from the Pa
cific Coast to Australasia. Of tho thir
teen new lines three leave Atlantic
roast ports, one running to Brazil, one
to L'tuguay and Argcntlua and one to
South Africa: six from porta on the
gulf of Mexico, embracing one to lira,
tit. one to Cuba, ono to Mexico and
Ihrco to Central America and tho
Isthmus of Panama, four from Pacific
Coast ports, embracing two to Japan,
China and tho Philippines direct, one
to Japan. China nnd the Philippines
via Hawaii, and one to Mexico. Central
America nnd the Isthmus of Panama.
The bill also grants n subvention nt
I he rate of (5 per gross ton per car
to cargo vessels engnged In the foreign
trnde of the United States und at the'
rato or ij so per ton to vessels engaged
In the Philippine- trade, the Philippine
roastwlse law being postponed until
1909 Another feature of the bill is
that creating a naval reserve force of
10.000 officers nnd men, who nrc to re
ceive retainers after tho British prac
tice. Vessels receiving subsidies nro
required to carry n ccrtnln propor
tion of naval reserve men among their
crews. Tho nggrcgnte compensation
for mnll lines Is about $3,000,000 an
nually. No steam vosul of less than
100 tons Is to receive aid under tho
Hero we hnxo a law which gives ma
terial assistance to one of our most
Important lines and offers opportuni
ties for three additional lines to tho
Orient, all calling nt Hawaii. This Is
fur better than Increasing the patron
age of foreign ships, which Is the op
position scheme Hawaii would make
money by sending n delegation to wprk
for the ship subsidy bill. Such n
tnove Is not probable but thn Island
Interests should be ready to give what
am is possible of this measure. It
represents added business salvation
for these Islands and also goes far to
ward placing tho American marine
whero It should bo in the trade of tho
MINOR CHC-FA B
(Continued from Page 1)
on. Since the big banks hnve closed
tho small ones have corrnlcd a largo
percentage of their business and aro
thriving on It.
The principal one of theso smaller
banks. Which htm nnw iintnrn.1 iiimn
nn era of prosperity which It has never
equaled before In Its career. Is known
as Akana's bank. It's headquarters
me iui.aii.-u at vvuiKiKi nnu tne ncad
man Is said to bo the cook of a cer
tain Judge, which position he Is sup
posed to use as a blind to withdraw
suspicion from him. This bank you-
tenia V cave out thn u-nnt "knln iilmili,
or "gold coin." On this occasion tho
bank Incidentally worked tho cho fa
banker's popular trick of being "bust-
"" mat , me uanx tot it do known
that so many of Its clients had played
the lucky word that it had not suffi
cient funds In Us treasury to meet all
tho ensuing demands In full. As n
COnrenUCUCfi tlin wltinrm urnro nnl,1 rxtt
nt the rate of 65 cents on the dollar
on tncir winnings,
Another of theso smaller banks
Which iS nOW DSRTimtnir flrll fines lm.
portnnce, Js being operated by a
ninny suujcct or tne Mikado. This
bank has ltn llpnilnnnt-tnra In 1a bon
ier of the city, and gives out Its words
nt tuuuus piaccs, inus yesterday the
winning word "wnlu koko." or "bleed
ing breast'.' was given out nt Emma
Square, Still another small bank,
which Is being conducted by a Hawai
ian export, Is being run nt present In
NUUANU VALLEY: 1-3 acre
well Improved, with all kinds
of fruit trees, 6-roorn cottago
HOU8E and LOT at Punahou.
8Ue of lot 75x125; modem
HOUBE. and LOT, Maklkl St.
Lot 60x90; modern cottage,
Trast Co., Limited.
:OR. FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.,
27T5C- ssh.yv, Km
'KTv'ENINq BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. Ur, FRIDAY. THD.
USED WIFE AS BAIT.
A dofenso by means of nn nllbt Is
today being put In In Judge Lindsay's
court by A. O. Ml Hobertson, defend!
Ing Shim Shee, Shim Dal nnd Shim
Mm on a charge of assaulting fitil Lin
with dangerous weapons. Tho prose
cution which Is being conducted by
IV. W. Thayer, presented qulto a inclo
It appeared that Shim I)at wante!
to marry Shim Slice, a gentle Chlncie
maiden, and as he lacked the ready
i ash necessary for taking tho impor
tant step he borrow od $23 from hlJ
friend Sul Ltn. Thereupon Shim Dat
married Shim Slice, and In the ensu
ing happiness of his honeymoon ho did
not let such n trifling thing ns his $25
debt worry him, Sul Lin, however, did
not forget nnd he persisted In remind
ing Shim Put of his obligation,
This worried Shim Bat. In addition
to this he was alleged to havo In his
heart n suspicion that his friend was
n trlflo too friendly with his wife. Con
sequently he decided to fix his friend
by decoying him Into his power. Ho
cent his wife to Sul Ltn with n message
o me eiiect mat ir no would come
home with her to Monnalun he would
be paid his $23. Sul Lin' took tho
tempting halt and went to the houso
where he wns speedily overpowered
and thrown Into a kitchen. Here Shim
l.um chopped nt tho vlptlm with n
hatchet, Shim Lam prodded him with
a knife, while gentle Shim Slice having
no weapon did tho best she could with
Sul Lin still bears tho marks of the
tussle. At last his cries frlshlencd
his assailants and they ran oft.
It is this voluminous fabric that Hob
ertson la peeking to overthrow entire
ly by means of nn alibi. Tho defend
ants nro employed In 8. M. Damon's
dairy at Moanalua, nnd tho defense Is
lending to show that at tho tlmo when
tho alleged assault was taking place
the defendants were peacefully em
ployed In tho process of milking cows.
BE SURE TO GET SATURDAY'S
Investigation of tho death of Lee
Loung 8u, tho Korean who wns killed
by falling from n street car yesterday
morning, is being made this afternoon
ly a coroner's Jury. Deputy Sheriff
lack Kalaklcla, serving as coroner,
has been busy collecting evidence In
the case, and a number of witnesses
pre to give testimony. The Jury will
try to determine If tho accident hap
pened through tho carelessness of tho
ROAST THE PHILIPPINES.
Washington, Feb. 13. Tho fortlflca
tlons appropriations bill held the at.
tentlon of tho Houso today and. was
tho text for much belted argument.
nrsi over tne lax method of expendi
ture of public moneys, nnd, second.
over me locntion or tho proposed 115,'
000,000 naval station for tho Philip
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains In Kaimuki Lots
HOMES FOR SALE
Trent and company
Our Semi-Annual Sale
o OF o
O OF o
Thursday March 1st.
AT 8 A. M.
The last six months have been un
usually busy ones In our Cotton Goods
Department, which has resulted In our
having an Immense quantity of desir
able short lengths on hand. If you
cannot attend the first day, come tho
next, there will be many left to choose
from. As usual, they are marked at
the low prices which have made our
Remnant Sales famous.
Ginghams, Lawns, Batiste, Calico,
Shirtings, Percales, Linens, Galates
Organdies, India Llnon, Victoria Lawn,
Grass Linen, Dimity, Nainsook, Linen
Lawn, Denims, Crettonnes, Madras,
Sllkollne, Burlap, Curtain Swiss,
Sheeting, Pillow Casing, Muslins, Cam
brlcs, Table Linen, Toweling, Oil
Cloth, Linings and many other ma
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t MAYOR JOHN F. FITZGERALD OF BOSTON.
ItoMon's new mayor Is a former congressman. Is forty ears of ago nnd has
a wife nnd six children. He Is n native of Huston, went to congress when he
was tvveuty-scveu and made two speeches on the opening day of his first
Captain Sam P. Leslie, of tho mount
cd police, gained applause at tho park
yesterday by capturing a runaway
horse on which was mounted ono of
the pa-u riders. Tho pa-u riders were
passlng-tbo grand stand In slnglo file,
that tnd Judges might see each ono
ftflnnmtolv Wtlnn .nhinltiln. ...J.I..I..
happened to tho bit In tho mouth of
uhu ui mo norscs. ii aeoms mat tho
on uecamo twisted, and tho animal
taklnefit BOHiIIv lietwaen hU tnnlh
flew away at full speed.
several horsemen started nt onco to
tho ald.of tho rider, hut Captain Lea
llo wasMn tho lead. For a half a mile
across uneven prnnnrf thnv mnt un
til tho Captain succeeded In reaching
uuu ana gcuing nom or tne reins of
tho frightened , animal, nnd soon
brought him to a standstill. Captain
Leslie was complimented by several of
thn spectators after tho thing hap
pened. No Subsidized Colleges
ForJVm. J. Bryan
Jacksonville. III. rl. l") willlum
J. Hrynn, writing from Hongkong, has
.em nis resignation as trustee ot Illi
nois College and declared at length
thnt ho would not servo u school
where the board of trustees was In fav
or Of accenting fuildn from nnrnoeln
or other trust magnates, who are at
tempting to subsidize tho colleges of
America to prevent teaching of econo
mic truth Tho resignation was ac.
CALL ON ROOSEVELT.
London. Kcb 9. The Statist, ono of
the leading financial weeklies of Orcat
flrltatn, deals this week with the Algo
clras conferenco In n long leader. The
article predicts a failure to reach a con
clusion satisfactory to Prance nnd con
sequently continued uneasiness In, the
commercial world, while at the samo
time tho writer believes that war will
Tho point of the Statist's conclusions
Is that President Roosevelt nlone can
save tho situation, "Just as, ho nlone
wns able to brine about ream liotwron
Ilussia and Japan."
For This Week Only
We Will Sell
A Shipment of high
At 45c. yi
LB. Kerr & Co.,
San Francisco Capitalist
Tafces Almost All
mm IN CAPITAL
STUCK IS SUBSCRIBED
EAME8, RODIEK, WITHINQTON
AND MEAD ON THE LOCAL
Articles of Incorporation for a new
Wahlawa pineapple concern have been
filed with the Treasurer by A. W.
Karnes, Georgo Ilodlek, D. L. Welling
ton, V. M. Orlllln of San Francisco
and II. U. Mead. The name of the
company Is to "Hawaiian Island Pack
ing Co., Lt." The Principal office will
bo In Honolulu with branch places of
business nt H.in Francisco and such
other places as tho board ot directors
may decldo upon.
The purposes of tbe corporation are
set forth to be tho establishing nnj
operating of a cannery, tho cultivation
of pineapples and other agricultural
products, and tho making of contracts
with others for the raising, purchase
nnd snlo ot pineapples and other pro
duce. Tho capital stock of the corporation
Is 150,000, divided Into shares ot J 100
each, with the privilege of extension
to tho sum ot J100.000. Ten per cent
of the capital stock has already been
ram in, and an tne shares have been
subscribed as followii: A. V, Karnes,
1 Bhare; Geo. Rodlel:, 1 share; D. L.
Wlthlngton, 1 share, W. M. Orlllln,
495 shares, and II. 1) Mead, 1 Bhare.
Tho officers of the company aro as fol
lows: A. V. Kames, president; 1). L.
Wlthlngton, treasurer; and It, D.
Mead, secretary. Tho life of the cor
poration shall be fifty years.
CHAPIN 8UED FOR ACCIDENT.
(Continued ram Page 1.)
Jccted, and will In tho futuro be sub
jected to medical expenses amounting
to J7C0. Ho has furthermore suffered
loss of tlmo, salary, pain und suffering.
to tne tune ot it.uuu. Ho asks that
a writ of attachment Issue against the
defendant sufficient to satisfy his de
mands with costs and expenses.
Hawaiian Trlbo No. 1 Imo O. It. M.
will hold their regular meeting tonight
nt t:ju in their council chamber, Odd
AN OCTOPU8 BORN.
Albany, Teh. 7. A new corporation
was porn hero today that for menace
and mystery exceeds anything of the
sort In tho archives. Its title, "The
Traction, Oas nnd E(ectrlo Finance
Company of'Now York City" n hold
ing company at thnt seemed to smell
of tho llynn-Belmont merger, though
WJIllam F. Shceban, one ot tbe direc
tors, denied tonight that tho company
bad any designs on the metropolis.
Washington, Feb. 12. Midshipman
Minor Merrlwether Jr. of Louisiana, a
member of tho third rtnuH rnnvtMon
and sentenced to dismissal for hazing,
has been pardoned by the President.
New Process Gas Ranges
These have been bought at prices nuch below the market 'on ac
count of our taking a whole censlgnment.
The goods are well known and we are. able to sell them upon spe
dally favorable terms.
Blue Flame' Oil Stoves
An assortment Just to hand, by the "Gerard C. Tcbey."
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
BEFORE BUYING GET OUR PRICES.
OAHU BOND REFUND.
(Continued from Page 1.)
up to dato In every respect, so that
no oxpenslvo Improvements have.becn
The advantages of raising largo crops
made so apparent by the considerable
reduction In the cost ot production oft
tho last crop, 1ms Induced -us to tako
In 400 acres of new land In Walplo, of
which 1ZS have been planted for crop
of 1P07, whllo tbo balanco will bo
planted this year In addition to tho
area already under cultivation. In
order to provide water for this now
land, without endangcrong the supply
needed for tho present area, a' new
Pump (No. G II) was built at Walnwa
in tho old Worthlngton pump pit. iius
new pump Is a 14 3-UGO-lneh duplex
doublo-nctlng Loronz Worthlngton
pump, with a 22-lnch and 44xCO-lnch
cross compound engine, surface con
denser and direct connected nlr pump.
Capacity 0,500,000 gallons per 24 hours
against a head of 375 fcot. Tho cost
ot this pump, complete, with building
and 4 ISO feet of plpo lino and a 300
II. P Sterling boiler, will bo about
JtS.CCO, of which I32.9C2.65 Is em
bodied In tho financial statement for
last ) car In nddlttons to pumps. In
connection with this pump, In order to
be able to bring the water on to tho
new land, It wns necessary to build an
inverted syphon 1200 feet long, 2 finch
diameter, across one of tho gulches,
about a tnllo ot new ditches, and a res
ervoir of four million gallons capacity,
tho tntal cost of which was $7006.76.
This has already been paid for and
appears In last year's statement.
On Ing to tho. great cxpcnsoi of
punning, and with tho oxamplo set by
other largo plantations, It was decid
ed to engage Mr. J. 8. Molony, C. C,
to mako a survey of tho mountain
gulches lying back of tho plantation,
and to havo him make suggestions as
to how our. supply of mountain water
might be Increased. Mr. Molony re
main with us from October, 1904, to
August, 1905, durlng.whlch time 'he
went over tho wholo ground, and sub
mitted a poposltlon which, however,
entailed such a serious expenditure,
and was so great an undertaking thnt
Mr. M. M. O'Shaughnessey, C. K., was
callfd In to review Mr. Molony'a plans.
Whllo Mr. O'Shaughnessey reported
favorably on tbe scheme, he mado
tome suggestions which entail further
survey and Investigation, so that tho
matter Is still In abeyance
In order to Increase tho water sup
ply for tho new pump at Walawa two
extra 12-lnfh wells are now being
sunk at pumping station No. C D, and
with a similar end In view wo are
also driving a tunnel from tho bottom
of tho old No. 4 pump pit In an easter
ly direction, a few feet abova sea level,
...... ... tn. . j.
Ii-Api-vims iu eiiine u kuuu liuw ut
water, as Indicated by tho number of
pjj.iuba BUUIU Ufc una JUllll.
I This pest still continues with us,
but.as already stated In reference to
crop 1907, tbo ravages of this Insect
are not so alarming this year as at
(ho samo period of last year. This Is
duo, no doubt, to tho presence of tho
parasites, which aro steadily on tho
Increase, and which will doubtless be
fore long reduce tho damage caused by
this pest to a minimum.
You can never see your way clear by
looking through beer glasses.
Music hath charms for tho oni who
Is pounding tho piano.
It Is Cool
JU8T THE PLACE TO SPEND
The best of everything
ALL SORT8 ,OF AMU8EMENT,
ALL KINDS Ol' RECREATiniM.
ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME.
Ticket and Information at Oahu
Railway station and Trent A. C.a . n.
ring up Halelwa Hotel, King 53.
On 8undays the Halelwa Limited, a
two-hour tr. 'n, leaves-at 8:22 aJVn.;
returmny, trMvea In Honolulu at 10:10
For beat design of background for
picture ot Hoynl Hawaiian Band to
be used on proposed tour.
3311-tf J. C. COHEN.
F. D. WICKE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Ofife and Store Fitting, Cabinet Mak
Ing and Polishing; Calabash Turn
ing; Repairing and General Jobbing.
082 ALAKEA ST., rsar Y. M. C. V
THEIR TROUBLES END
It. Kinney had trouble, with his wife,
nnd she believed that he would nvengo
himself by Injuring her. It was n lit
tle domestic affair, and Mr. Kinney did
not believe It would bo mado public.
Out his wlfo thought there wns danger
.in urn L7VB, unu ana appealed to mo
police for protection. That waa how
'Mr. Kinney was arrested nnd brought
,to tho Btatlon. He felt that his wlfo
i was cruel nnd unjust In getting him
Into that trouble, bnd sbo also began
tp feel pangs of remorso after he wax
.out jif her way. Just what words ot
I forgiveness were spoken no ono
.knows, but It Is of record at tho Bta
I lion that Mrs. Kinney withdrew her
chnrge, and now they aro Mvlng hnp-
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record' Feb. 21, 1908,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Carl Klcmmo to Seattle Urewing &
Malting Co CM
P M Swanzy ct nl, Trs, to McBryde
Sugar Co. Ltd Ilet
Bella D Fried, by Tr, to N Peter
' son Ret
Nicholas Peterson and wt to Albert
I A dAranJo M
IJoo Andrado ft wf to Mnrk A K Ko-
lamoku i, D
liekulolonl (w) ct nl by afft of mtgea
to Klpahulu Sugar Co ..Fore Affdt
Kahula et al, by mtgee, to Honolulu
Iron Works Co u
Entered for Record Feb. 23, 1906,
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Kuolol (k) by afft Affdt
Pioneer Btdg & Loan Assn to Helen
Pioneer Bldg & Lonn Assn to Helen
Wlll'nm II. Castle, Tr to Manuel
Cabral . d
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd, to WC Achl
,......, Par Rel
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
Treasurer's Office, Honolulu, Oahu.
In ro Dissolution of tho Hawaiian.
Chlneso Kona Coffee Plantation, Lim
ited. Whereas, tho Hawallan-Chlneso Ko
na Coffeo Plantation, Limited, a cor
poration established and f existing un
der and by virtue ot tho laws of tho
Territory of Hawaii, has pursuant to
law In such cases mado and provided,
duly filed In this otflco, a petition for
tho dissolution of tho said corporation,
together with a certificate thereto an-
noxed as required by law.
Now. thorcforo. notlco la herebv etv.
ch to any and all persons that havo
been or aro now Interested In any man
ner whatsoever Initho said corporation,
that objoctlons to tho granting of 'thq
said petition must be flled'ln this offlco
on or before 12 o'clock noon on tho
30th day ot March, 1906, and that any
person or persons desiring to be heard
thereon must bo In attendance at tho
offlco of tho undersigned, In tho Cap
itol Building, Honolulu, at 12 o'clock
noon of said day, to show cause, If
any, why said petition should not bo
A. J. CAMPBELL.
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii.
Honolulu, January 23rd, 1906.
3288 Jan. 23, 26, 30; Fob. 2, 6, 9, 13,
16, 20, 23, 27; Mar. 2, 6, 9. 13, 16.
WATER RIGHT NOTICE.
Annllrntlnn h-lvtnir liffn mmlA tn mn
by A. F. Cooke, President of tho Pa-
mm ijiiuu unu improvement uompany,
I.ti!.. Ilnnnliiln rVntm for ihtx n11u.Hnn-
tlon of tho water rights of "Kaea," In
Palolo, said company by Its President
claiming an absolute right In all wat
ers orlelnatlncr In "Ifnwi " thai-ofm..
as provided In Chapter 26 ot the Laws
of 1886, notice Is hereby given to all
parties who may be Interested In said
m vvuiers to attenu aim prove their
ricbtS at 10 o'clock n. m nn trnndnu
February 26th, 1906, nt,-the Judiciary
Building, In Judge Weaver's Court
Room, or they will be adjudicated with
out such attendance.
, L.MMA .M. NAKU1NA, .
Commissioner of Private Ways nnd
Honolulu, Feb. 8th, 1900. .
3303-rcbk9. 16, 23. '
The Onenlnif nt tnAnrm fni pnniln..
ting the Sea-wall for wharf No. 2, Ala-
Ken nnp ana bulKbead wall for one
half of Kllauea Kiln Honolulu fn,M.v.
were to be, opened on March 1st), is
herebv noatnonpri In Xfnrttli inth inni
at 12 o'clock noon. ' '
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works.
Honolulu, T, H., Feb. 21, 1906.