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VKNINO BtTLLWTTrt. HONOLPLP. T. H.. WEnxnapVY. NOV. II, 1S0C.
tN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP TUB
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In
Probate: at Chambers. In the Matter
of the Estate of C. Ahl, deceased. Be
fore Judge John T. De Bolt. Ordr
of Notice of Petition for Allowance of
Final Accounts and Discharge In this
Estate. On reading and filing the uu
tltiou and accounts of William L.
Whitney, Administrator de bonis non
of the estate of C. Ahl, deceased,
wherein he asks to be allowed $17,
432.CS and he charges himself with
117,393.69, and asks that the same may
be examined and approved, and that
a final order may be mado of distribu
tion of the property romulnlng lu his
hands to the persons thereto entitled,
and discharging him and his sureties
It om all further responsibility as such
Admlnlstrator-d-b-n and further ropre
cent that no attorney's fee have been
paid and he aiks that the amount of
cald attorneys fee to be paid by him
shall be fixed. It Is ordered that MON
DAY, the 3RD day of DECEMBER, A.
I). 1H0C. at 9 o'clock a. m. before the
Judge of said court at the court room
Of the said court at Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, be and the same hereby Is
appointed as the time and place for
bearing said petition and accounts,
and that all persons Interested may
then and there appear and show
cause If any they have, why the same
should not be granted, and may pre
sent evidence as to who are entitled
to the said property. And that notice
of this order. In thu English language,
be published In the Evening bulletin
newspaper, printed and published la
Honolulu, once a week for three suc
cessive weeks, the last publication til
be nut less than two weeks previous
to the time therein appointed for said
Dated at Honolulu this 20th day of
(Signed) J. T. DE BOLT.
First Judge of the Circuit Court
of the First Circuit.
(Signed) J. A. THOMPSON,
Clerk or the Circuit Court of the
Castle & Wlthlngton, attorneys for
3521-Oct. 24. 31j Nov. 7 14.
f 44- 44-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit. Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers, Fusa Kobayasht Uyemura
, Oeorgu Ujonmru. Divorce Sum
tiioiu The Territory of Hawaii: To
the High Sheriff of the Territory of
Hawaii, or his Deputy; the Sheriff of
the County of Oahu, or his Deputy:
You are commanded to summon
(leorge UyomurU to appear twenty
days after service, before such Judge
of t u Circuit Court of the First cir-
uilt as shall be sitting at Chambers
in th 3 Court Room at Honolulu, Oahu,
to' untwur thu annexed Mbel for Dl
vorrs or Fusa Kobayashl Uyemura;
mid you are further commanded, by
order or the, Honorable Judgo
of the Circuit Court of the Clr
cult. And havu you then there this
Writ with full return or your pro
ceedltiKS thereon. Witness the Hon'
orablc J. T. De Bolt. First Judge of
the Circuit Court of the First Circuit,
at Honolulu, Oahu, this 21st day of
tsgd.) attoiiau i.ucas.
2527 Oct. 31; Nov. 3, 7, 10, 14. 17,
William Williamson was this f
morning elected to the Honolulu
Stock and Bond Exchange, lie
having bought the seat held by
Oeorgc P. Thlelen. The price paid
4- ror the seat was $'000, which Is t
the same flgiiro that Mr. Thlelen
paid when he purchased It from
4- Thlt figure Is higher thnn the 4
last previous seal told and pin- 4
chased by Mr. Reldford of the
Bishop Trust Company. t
TWENTY-THME FOR THEM
The Pollco Court station blotter this
afternoon looks like the census list ol
a C'hlnesu village or the names of "those
present" nl n social function In the In
terior of the Celestial Empire. Two
whole pages are taken up with heathen
names, nhd opposite each name Is the
number that stands for the offense of
gambling. Officer Joe Leal ran In a
bunch of 23 Chinese for wooing the
Chlncso god of fortune in a house near
the corner of lleretania and Hlvr
streets. They were all released on ball.
HI UNO MID
A piece of government land at Lim-
kaha, lu Niiuanu valley, 3.73 acres In
extent, was sold at auction this noon
by tho Superintendent of Public Works.
The upset price was I2.797.5U. It was
bid In by J. A. McCandless, who was
the only bidder, tor i'-'SOU.
Miss Marlon do Camarn, principal ot
the l'ahala. Hawaii, school, who was
granted a year's ahseuco at the begin
ning of this school term, left on the
Alameda today. She will visit on tho
malnlnnd for an Indefinite period. Last
night she wns given a farewell illnnci
by Mrs. (leo. I.ycurgus, several of her
lady friends being present.
The Island schooner l.avlnla, which
sailed yesterday for Honoljm with u
cargo of coal and general freight, put
back today. It having been discovered
that she wns leaking badly. Thu l.a
vlnla Is the property of Cuptalu Wels
M. 1). I-n Cruz and K. Kautahea
varied the monotony of existence today
by engaging In a fight at tho fish mar
ket. Officer Ringer put u stop to their
Innocent diversion by taking them
down to the police station.
! I -v
qHs to the foundation of
the dirt and cleanses
thoroughly, There's noth
ing superficial about Ho
nolulu made Soap,
roit a CAnr.
Drllvrrru to Your Kittli'n
Oceanic Steamship Company
The stumers of thlt lint will arrive anj leavt thlt Ifort at htrtundtrt
FOR tAN FRANCIICOt
FROM BAN FRANCISCO:
It's an eaiy Job for the barber to
part the hair ou a bead like this.
It's just as easy to' preveut baldutts
It roil only do the right thine;.
Ilalduess Is alnul alnu)s n suro
sign of neglect ; it it the story of neg
lected dandru If.
Dandruff li untidy, unnecessary, and
cures dandruff and proventsbaldncis.
You save your hair and you are spared
the annoyance ol untidy clothing.
Jt alto stops tailing oi me nair, nu
makes the hair grow thick and lone.
Bo suro you get AYKK'S Hair Vigor.
Do not be deceived by cheap imil
tlons which will only disappoint you.1
llo suro you get AY Kit 3 lialr Vigor.
Tho following animals have been
Impounded In Knplolant Park Pound:
1 bay mule, brand on left sldo ot
neck X 88.
1 bay mule, brand on left Hldo of
neck x; -both unshod.
1 buy horse, no brand, while spot
on forehead, 1 whlto fore, 1 whlto
hind, shod all four.
Tho above, animals will bu sold on
Nov. IHtli, 190 iiiiIcbb pound feen aru
tioouer satisfied according to luw.
TREA8URY DEPARTMENT, Office
of tho Supervising Architect, Washing
ton, D. C. October 20, 1800. SEALED
PROPOSALS will be received at this
ofllio iiilll 3 o'clock P. M. on tho 3rd
day uf December, 1900, and then open
ed, for tho construction of thu Leprosy
Investigation Station at Molokal, Ha
wull, lu accordance with the drawings
und specification, copies ot which may
be hud ut this office.
JAMES KNOX TAYLOR,
353C-Nov. 10, 12, 14, 10. 19, 21.
There will bo a game of baseball
Sunday at 1:30 n. m. sharp ut Walklkf
park between tho All'Portiigucso and
tho loth Infantry for the champion
Jack London bus promised to ilelhci
un uddreHs on u sociological or eco
nomic subject when hu arrives here.
Recorded Nov. 8, 1900.
) William J Lowrle to Hawn Trust
Co Ltd; D: ft P's 2SCS mid 3287, Ho
noiillull, Ewa; Ap 2, It P HUB and 2
pes land, Keoueula, Honolulu; lots
34, 35, 30 and 37, Pacific Heights
tract; all Oahu; $1. B 2SG, p ISO.
Dated Oct 24, 1900.
Hawn Tr Co Ltd to Tlllle K Low
rle; I); it P'h 2SC8 nud 3287, llouo-
llllull, Ewn:-Ap 3, it P liMiC and 2
pes land, Keoneiilu, Honolulu: lols
34. 35, 30 and 37, Pacific Heights
tract, Honolulu; all Oahu: 1. II 280,
p 182. Duted Nov 7, 1900.
Oahu College by tra-to Helen S
Lovckln; llel; lots 1, 2 and 19. blk 9
CVflJ'KU Hills. Honolulu: (3250. II
289, p 15. Dated Nov 8, 1900.
Oahu College by trs to J A Thoiup
sou: Rel; lot 3. blk , College HUM
Honolulu: SI200. II 289. p 15. Dated
Nov 8. WOO.
U P Caul li) to Elxa Orth; Rel:
household furniture, furnishings, etc,
on 2nd floor of 2-story lildg, llere
tania St, Honolulu; SI950. II 281, p
500. Dated Nov 7. 1900.
Manuel Farias and wf to Amelia da
Costa; D; Int In Ewa 1-2 of lot G,
Llk 8, Kewalo tract, Honolulu: $1 and
lei M for 1200. II 280, p 188. Dated
July 7, 1900.
Maria M Hardoy et al to William
Russell; D: por Or 1073, Honokna,
Hamakua, Hawaii; 11800. II 280, p
184. Dated Nov 6, 1900.
Samuel Kaniue and wf to Kutuwu
Kenuolua (w); I); Kill 8490. Wulplo,
Hamakua, Hawull. $195, etc. II 280,
p 185. Dated. Oct 12. 1900.
A special feature ot thu carmen's
dance wilt be hag-plpu accompaniments
by Piper Fraser.
A horse, raddle, und bridle are for
rnlo. See ml In today's Issue.
Is for HONC3T PAINTINC. We em
ploy only skilled workmen; ute the
Best Materials, and charge Honest
For Good Work We Are
Works Co , Ltd.,
F. L. WALDKON, Ager.t .
.NOV. 21 ALAMEDA
.NOV. 30 I ALAMEDA
DEO. 21 SONOMA .
1907 I ALAMEDA
1AM ! I
VENTl-RA V.JAN. 1
SIERRA . . . JAN. 22
ALAMEDA . . .'. JAN. 10
MAMKDA JAN 11
Id connection with the sailing of the above steamers, the agents art pre
pared to Ittut to Intending pattengeit, coupon through tickets, by any rail
.r.ad from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from Nays
York by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY YO
Wm- G. Irwin . & Co, Ltd
OCEANIC 8. 8. CO, QENERAL AQENTS.
FOR YOUH TRADH
Call upon us and see our new ideas
for Decorating the Home
"You see 'em everywhere" S 3 Glgnt I
I KAIMUKI HCIQIITS.
A N Y TIME -TJ 0
f0f CVtflV D'A
HAWAIIAN QRASB HUT8I
OPEN-AIR SKATINQ RINKI
ANIMALS, BIRD3, ETC., ETC.l
MUSIC SATURDAYS '
OONT MISS A GOOD TIMEI
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
v i Occidental and Oriental Steamship
1 o., and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
1 Stfamtrt of the above companies will call at Honolulu and leave thlt
port on or about the dates below mentioned:
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO:
AMERICA MAHU . ,
NIPPON MAItU . .
Cull at Muuilu.
NOV. ICIAMERICA MAHU NOV. 12
NOV. 27 SIHEItlA NOV. 20
DKC. 7 CHINA NOV. 27
Mi NIPPON MARU . . ,
DEC. SI j DORIC
1907io.(IKONIJ MARU .
JAN. 4 KOREA
Just Received per
Alameda a Large, ..
Stock of Figured
and Plain Rugs.
SUPPLIE8 PLANTATIONS, FAMI
LIES, SHIPPERS AND STORE
KEEPERS. Japanese woman desires situation as
nurse or light house work,
ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES.
,.IONC W.I I IK IG7C.
HIV Lit UTHEET near HOTEL.
FOR QENERAL INFORMATION.APPLY TO
Hf Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., a
Coyne Furniture Co.
UNION AND HOTEL STREETS
Tel. Main 1S8.
P, O. Box 192.
We can be found at all hours of the
Jay at our office and by Phone Main
179 and all hours of night by Phont
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO.,
1120 TORT ST.
Two sets of pupers hue been filed In
tho Federal Court lu the 1 1 tx-t suit of
tho Commercial Cabk Company h. the
are the Ices, Sodat and lee Crtam
Sodas served htre. Their coolnest
satisfactorily appeases thirst; the
flavor "smack" make them delightful
y palatable, while careful choice of
Ingiedlents make thtm desirably In
vigorating. Why not try themT You will get
prompt service and bt comfortably
ceated while partaking.
Honolulu Drug Go.,
A .QW PfltM, Weik QMirndi
KWQNO BN0 LAUNDRY.
OU IWILI HQAn,
Thu Territorial drum! Jury Is once
more dipping Into poll I lea und Is inal
Iiik a new Investigation ot tho regis
tration frauds which are alleged to
have been perpetrated In Kakaako,
Krauk Klemmu Is ugain walling
around thu Executive building to give
out Information In regard to his hoard
lug housu In that district and novel al
other witnesses from tho Banio sec
Hon have been summoned. P. W. Ill
der, tho superintendent of thu Kal.a-
ago Mission, Is also an the carpet as
woll as a cigar store man of the same
section named llergiu.
When the aBu against Hrhultz wus
nolle proud, before Judge RobliiKun on
the day before election Deputy Attur
r.ey General Prosser made tho state
ment In court that ho would nolle
pros the case but would have a sec-
lund Indictment brought by the Urund
Jury and bring thu cusu before tho
court ugulu. Hchultz was nut lu evl
denco this moiuliig though his case
may have been taken up.
AUMEDA 6A11S WIIH
The Alanuda got uwuy on time tliU
moriiiug for Hun l'runilsco nltli u small
number of ciibln pussengers but with
about SS0 Japanese who uro going tu
try their fortunes on the mainland.
She had n full cargo of freight. Includ
ing 7000 cases of canned pllieupplen
0000 bunches uf bananas, 1K00 bngs ol
rice and n lot of mlsctlfuneous freight
The total cargo amounted to obout 2000
tuns. Shu took no sugur, us sliu mil
not have room for It.
Among those who sailed on the Ala
meda was Miss (Irani Tower, the Ijsl
member nf the editorial paity which
came to Honolulu on September 7.
Miss Tower during bur stay lu Hono
lulu bus been connected with tho Hill
letln. A Inrgo number of her friends
were on the dock to see her on"
Dr. Grossman goi-B to Chicago to be
married, J V Keyslou und Miss
Keyston nio leturiilug to their houiu In
Sun r'ruiiclsto. They lunu been visit
ing In Honolulu fur thu pust few weeks
Miss (IiibhIh Clarke, well known here,
Is un her way to Cullfoiuhi for u visit
E. J. LORD,
Lord and Belser,
Dredging, Sewers, Grading, Paving,
Teaming, Crushed Rock.
Black and White Sand and Soil
OFFICE AND YARD
....SOUTH &. KWAIAHAO 8TS.
THE ART POTTERY OF
THE EAST. Exquisite thapea
Just the thing for Xmas. Ta
pas, Mats, Brasses.
HAWAII 4 SOUTH SEAS
W. W. Wright Co
have opened a horseshoe
ing department In connec
tion with their earrlaot
shop, etc. Having secur
ed the services of a first,
class shoer they u pre
pared to do all wofc In
trusted to them In a first
class manner, :: :: :: :i
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN S. S. CO
Direct Service between New York and Hawaiian blinds, Via Pacific
From IVetw Vorlc to Honolulu
O.S. "ALASKAN" to tall NOV 18
fj.8. "TEXAN" . . t0 ,al DEC. ,0
rr"nl "bb.v.0 times jt lhe Company't Wharf, 1tt
Street, Bo uth Brookivn.
from an PrtincUco To Honolulu
to tall NOV. 17
to sail DEC. 8
Frtlgnt raeelvtd at Company't Wharf, Greenwich at, 1
.and tach month thtreafttr
Prom Honolulu to Sun Pranolaoo
tt.3. "NEVADAN" to tall NOV. 15
.. "NEBRASKAN"' to tall NOV. 29
Prom Svattle and Tacomn to Honolulu
VIA BAN FRANCISCO.
8.8.-ARIZONAN" direct to tall NOV. 13
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY AT
C, P. MORSE. H. Uttckfeld 6k Co., Lt
QENERAL FREICHT AGENT. AQCNT6, HONOLULU.
23 Hotel St.
OF BREAD, CAKES, COOKIES, ETC,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Gold Mounted BackCombs
'IS HOTEL STREET nr. FORT BT
mm whit wiF
Sweet Violet Creamery Butter
mat ll men's palattt art pltaud
Ih tht fart served by tht
Corner HOTEL and BETHIL STB.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mall
Btctmtrt of tht abowt lint, running In eonntction with tht CANADIAN
PACITIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, B. C, tnd Sydn'ty, N. 8. W.,
and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Suva, FIJI, and Brltbant, art
DUE AT HONOLULU on or about the datta below ttattd, viz.:
From Vancouvtr and Victoria, B. C. From Bydnty and Brltbant.
(Por Orlsbana utad Sydney) ' (For Victoria auil Vancouver, B.C.)'
MOANA NOV. 17 ' MIOWIIIIA NOV. 14
MIOWHItA DKC. 16 AOHANOI DEC. 12
AOUANni JAN. 11! MOANA JAN.
Through Tlckett Ittutd from Honolulu to Canada, United Stattt and Eu-
For f-relght and Passage and ill general Information, apply to
Thaw. M. HaWes & Co., Ltd. ficaeril Ageits.
J. F. Morgan, Preldtnt; C.J. Corn pbell, Vict President; J. L. McLtan,
Bocretar; A. F. Clark, Trtaturtr; N. E. Ctdge, Auditor; Frank HutUoa,
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
DRAY MEN, 63 QUEEN ST.
Firewood, Stoviand Steam Coal.
ALBO WHITE AND BLACK BAND. " A TELEPHONE MAIN Ml
At All Watchdealefs. i
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING bts., Honolulu.
Time Table. r
Is Delicious for Cold Lunches.
FACTORY... HOTEL STREET
PHONE DLUE 1411,
IT IB DELICIOUS FOR TABLE UBE,
with every pound of SWEET VIOLET
A rjuaiantce (joes
O. Q. Yee Hop& Co.
TPI. MH Ml.
DURADLE AND ATTRACTIVE.
For Sale Made In Mission Style tr
FONG INN CO.
1162 NUUANU 6T P. O, BOX d
QUfl AND LOCKSMITH.
I OENfidAL nei'AIH SHOP,
' LUKE ROGERS It back again from
Maul, clipping horses at the old stand,
corner Punchbowl and King Streets.
!k,Tujita & CO.
FANCY DAMBOO ARTICLCS MADE
TO ORDER '
NUUANU OPPOSITE KUKUI ST.
Or ALL KINDS,
Oielirb In lumlior wi Con
For Walanae, Walalua, Kiuku and
, Way Statloiih :1G a. ui 120 , m.
I'or Peail City, Kwa Mill ami Way
IHlatious 17:30 u. w 9:15 a. m
11:05 a. in.. 2:I5 p. ln 3:20 p. ru.,
I &:!& p. in.. t!ii3u n. in.. tU:CN) i. in.
I'or Wahlana U:1G a. in. aud 'CMS I
Arrive Honoluld from Kauuku, Wal-
alitu and Walabh '.M a. in., C:31
I p. in.
Arrlva In Honolulu from Ewa Mill
land Prarl City 17MC a. in., 8:30 n.
.in., 10:.t8 a. lu., 1:4U p. in., 4:31 p.
' in.. '5:31 p. in., '7:30 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu friim Wuhlnwa
8:3ii a, in, unil 6:31 p m
t Kx, Hiniilay.
t Huinluy Only,
The llalilwu l.lmlleil. n Iwiilinui
train (only lri iIku tlclnU iiiniitill(
uafs Honolulu viry Huinliiy n i "it
u, in, iiMuiiitiu, airKt's l,t lliinuliilii
Galling for '
KAPUNA, HONOIPU, KAILUA anj
From Sorenson't Wharf,
Apply on Board or to
HAWAIIAN BALLASTING CO., AaL
Telephone Main 386, Maunakta Bt, bo-
low King. P. O. Box 82a
Htsdquartcrt for Automnblltt with
Splendidly Equipped Fireproof
VON IIAMM-YOUNQ COMPANY, Del,
Hi, Phillip & Co.
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liltn dilil HrwiHU
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