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NOTICE OF SALE OF GENERAL
L6ABE3 OF PABTOnAL LANDS.
Al 12 o'clock noon, Hnturdny, Ho.
c ember 20th, lOflrt, nl from cntranro lo
.ludlrlnry lliilldlng. Ilnnnliilu, thero
will lip nold At Public Auction, umlcr
the provisions of Part V, l.nmt Act
ISOS, (Hoctlohs 278 lo 18S, Incliiilvc,'
llrvlnoil l.nws of Hawaii), (Icncral
Leases of ic following itoMcrlljcd ir.
linns of IMiIiIIi; Unds:
1. 7350 acres, nioro or less, of tho
land of Nlcnlc, llnmakiin llnwnll,
Id Iio used for pastoral purpose.
Torm, 21 yrnrs from September
Upset Itenlnl $17111.01) per an
mini, payable scmlmiuually In ad
vance. 2. 1130 ncrcs, moro..or less, of llio
lands of Kamokti-Knpiilcnn, llntim
kun, llnwnll, lo lie lined Tor pastor
n I purposes.
Term. 21 yearn from September
Upset rentnl $9I.20 per annum,
payable semi-annually In advance.
3. ll.Ofln acres, more, or lean, of the
land of Kaohe 3rd (Slopes of Mail
nn Kea), llamnkiin, llnwnll, to bo
used for pnitlornl purposes.
Term, 21 years finm September
lipset rental, $51)0.00 per nnniim,
paynblo Kcnil-aniiually In advance.
All of tlm nbovu leases will contain
provisions regarding fencing of boun
daries, removal of posts such as
Thlmblo llcrry," "Ivy," Ktc.
Thu Government reserves also I Iio
right lo resume possession at any tlmo
of such portion or portions as may he
required for public purposes or for
settlement purposes under (tactions t
and 7, Land Act, 1805.
I. G8S nrros, mnru or less, of tho
Innd of Pauahl, Knbala, Hawaii, lo
bo iihpiI for pastoral purposes.
Term ft year and fi monlliH from
Jnnunry 1st. 1!)07.
Upset rental, $351.0(1 per nnniim,
payabto semi-annually In advance.
For .plans and flill particulars re
gnrdlng reservations, fcnclnR, treo
planting, removal of. pests, etc., apply
nt ofllco of undersigned, Judiciary
.IAS W. I'ltATT.
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Honolulu, November 28th, lOOfi.
3552 Ilec. 1, 8. 15, 22, 28.
NOTICE OF 8ALE3 OF PUBLIC
LAND SITUATE AT WAIANAE,
OAHU, T. H.
Instead of asking your dealer Jjpfcfis' VLwIn
for "Ham" or "Bacon," tell IMkivIM
him you want Swift's v6 ltfgP WraMi
PREMIUM, distinctive in K$SaS m&lmwk
TASTE. Selected from fw ftfigil JmmLM
CORN-FED young porkers. LJkffllP'
"U. S. Government In- AHSUhCi
Gufir A rnmmnv. U.S. A. WrttW LLHlTC? 3AkV 1 1
At 12 o'clock noon, Monday, Decem
ber 31st, 1.)0C, at front entrkneo to Ju
diciary Itulldlng, Honolulu, there will
bo sold at Public Auction under the
provisions of Part IV, Section 17, Iand
Act 1835, (Section 27fi Itevlsed Lnws
of Hawaii), thu following described
33.n acres, a llttlo moro or less, of
icinnants of ARrlcultural Lands, to
gether with 9L35 ncres of coral and
Handy land located nt Walanac-kal,
Upset price, li9,5fi.7C, Terms, Cash,
U. H. Gold Coin.
For plans nnd further particulars,
rpply nt ofllco of thu undersigned, Ju
dlclnry IlulldlnR, Honolulu. T. II.
J AS. V. Pit ATT.
Commissioner of Public !.and.
Honolulu. T. II.. Dec. 1st, 190R.
3553 Dec. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29.
Notice Is hereby Riven that having
decided an KxchanRO of tho Public
Lands on the Island of Lannl. to be
advisable, the Commissioner of Public
Lands Is prepared to recclvo offers of
other lands that are cnual In valuo to
Ihoso of Lanal, nnd of greater Imme
dlale servlco to the Territorial Govern
ment from nny responsible person, up
lo and IncludlnR Saturday, tho Fif
teenth day of December, 1908.
(1. It. UAllTEIl,
Honolulu, November 28th, 1906.
3551 Nov. 28; Dec. 1, 5, 8, 12, 15.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Wholesale Agents.
Do You Know?
THE PACIFIC OUANO AND FERTI
By request of tho President, n spc
clal meeting of the stockholder of
TIIK PACIFIC OUANO & FKHTILI
'KK COMPANY will bo held nt tho
office of II. Haukfold & Company, Lim
ited, Honolulu, T. 1L, on Wednesday,
December 10th, 1000, at 2 o'clock P.M..
to consider nn Increase In the capitali
zation of the Company nnd such other
business an may properly como before
Honolulu, T. II., November 26th,
191)6. 3519 Nov, 26; Dec. 8, 18
The Rough Rider Cigar
has the real tobacco taste
and Is remarkable for Its
The Rough Rider Cigar
filler Is made from reg
ular lengths of good tobac
co, The Rough Rider Cigar
wrapper Is genuine Im
The last whiff of a
Rough Rider Cigar Is as
good as the first.
The Rough Rider Cigar
keeps Its shape and color
and burns evenly wnen lit.
Better Classes Think No
The .In panose school question, as It
tins come up on the mainland. Is cro
nlhiR consldcrnblc Interest nnd com
ment among tho loenl Jnpnnese.
When nsked for his opinion In con
nection wllh this mnller. Dr. T. Knt
Hiinumn stnted that he thoiiRht that
the Japanese In California ns to their
rlinrncter and manners were some
what Inferior to thoso who llvo In lln
wnll nel, nnd that on account of this
the Kan Francisco Hchool Hoard de
cided ns It did. He spoke ery IiIrIiI)'
of the attitude Inkcn by the President
nnd said that Roosevelt uns Indeed n
man of firm conviction ami had dem
onstrated that ho was n shrewd nnd
broad-minded diplomat, Since Abra
ham Lincoln there nuver was n Presi
dent who exercised the function ol
lair diplomacy more than did Itoosc-
clt. niul confirmed tho fact that hu
(Itoosevelt) would leave behind him n
history Hint every true American
would be proud of, Wllh Itoosevelt
nt the lend there would be no clash
of nrms between two powers, nnd ev
ery diplomatic question would bo ami
"Of course," said the Doctor, fur
ther, "Ihu iRtiornnt elnss does not look
nt It that way, but think nml Inlk moro
of possible war between I tin two na
tlons. Many Jnpnncso would undoubt
edly Ilka to bo naturalized."
Mr. G. '.Motokawa, nil educator whe
Is well versed In Rovcrnment nffnlrs
wns nlso questioned reRnrdliiR tho mat
ter. He said he had lived In Han
Francisco about seven years ngo nnd
had experienced the snmo IIiIiir which
had been brought to light by tho ac
tion of the Snn Francisco School
Hoard. In his opinion, he said that
since America was Instrumental In
bringing Japan tonn era of Christian
civilization, he thought It wns nothing
but fair thnl tho should treat every
man nllkc, regnrdless of nationality.
In Japan there wits no such discrimi
nation shown In public schools nnd u
lorclgncr wns admitted to the schools
without objection. tJm world, was tx
lar advanced In clvjlfsation "to create
such ll-fecllng and every man
should treat tac oilier as ho would
liavo others treat hlml Motokawa hns
Rrent confidence In tho Integrity of(
Itoosevelt. nnd feels certain Hint every
IblnR will be settled quietly. One
thing Hint he Is surc-of, was the fact
(hat If the United SntCH should not
rome to sonic aRreenblo terms, the
JapancBO would not let tho matter
drop unsettled. In tho namo of hu
innnlty, ho hoped nolhliiR serious
As lo the naturalization of Japanese,
Motokawa thinks that whllo sonic of
Iho rlsliiR yotniR Jnpnncso nro In fmnr
of taking such n step, bo hardly thinks
that Iho majority would 1 pleased to
bo naturalized, as they aro too loyal
to the home country to break nwny
CREAM PURE RYE
Rich and Mellow
Lovejoy & Co.,
902-914 Nuuanu Street. 'Phone Main 308
Importers and Dealers in Fine Wines and Liquors.
G0 the only genuine
Benson, Smith &
DO YOU KNOW?
- DO YOU KNOW OF PEOPLE AROUND YOU WHO
HAVE BEEN BURDENED BY HEAVY FUNERAL EXPENSES
COMING UNEXPECTEDLY ?
AVOID THI8 YOUR8ELF BY JOINING THE HARRISON
MUTUAL BURIAL ASSOCIATION.
Do you know what the benefits of the Association are ?
A $100. funeral to any member In event of death, no matter
If he has Just Joined the Association,
Do you know how little Is the cost?
Only a membership fee of $.W, which Is for life, and an
occasional small assessment to pay the funeral expenses of a
Since organized 4,343 certificates have been Issued and
310 members burled. The greatest cost to any of the 313 burled
members was $7,501
JOIN NOW BEFORE TOO LATE.
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if 110111 (HrtiM'irilr, It. Inn, IN4,
II CINCINNATI. O. II
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SOLE HONOLULU AGENTS
Corner Hotel and Fort
SPAVIN CURE V
J. H. TOWNSEND SECRETARY
J, G. Axtell & Co.,
1018 50 ALAKEA STREET.
IMPORTERS 6. MANUFACTURERS
Phone Blue 1801. P. O. Box 642.
Benny & Company,
AND BUYERS OF
We buy. sell, rent, ex:hange and repair
all kinds of sewing machines. A large
assortment of oil, needles and spare
parts always on hand. Machines on
1268 AND 1268 FORT STREET.
PHONE MAIN 488.
sSMmMm dischames :
Troy Chemical Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
Dear Sirs! About t years ago a very fine, well bred mare I own
got whet seemed to be a Bad sprain of the off fore fetlor.k, whioh mad her
very lame; I blistered her and let her run out for about four month, when
I took her up she was better but still lame and got worse when worked. I
then tried another kind of blister with about the same results.
Last Spring I bought a bottle of your Ssve-tMe-Horie from your agent
In this city. After treating the mare with this for about two week I
aave her some slow driving; she Improved very much, and by the time I
had used up the bottle I was able to drive her twenty or thirty mile with
out any apparent bad effect. 8he now goe sound; I also with the same
bottle removed two wind gall from her hind leg.
Hoping that th! will be of some benefit to you, I am, your truly,
MARRTIN BURNELL, 401 California SL
Positively and permanently cure Spavin, Ringbone, Thoroughpln, Curb,
Splint, Capped Heck, Wind Puff, broken down, bowed or (trained tendon ar
any case pf lameness. Horse can bit worked as ijiual and with boots, a
no harm will result from scalding of limb or destruction of hair.
per bottle, with a written guarantee, aa binding to protect you t
'tha betUlegal talent coufd make It.
TROY CHEMICAL CO., Binghamton N. Y,
TRADE SUPPLIED BY
Troy, N. V.
HOLLISTER DRUQ CO., HONOLULU Hawaii.
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BEGIN SUNDAY TO
Announcement wns mado during tho
scnlccs held nt tho Catholic CithcdMl
Inst night that, tommi'iiclng Sunday
rvciiliig. u nuestlou box will bo pbucil
near tho main cntrunco or llio cimrcii.
This Is clone to permit all non-Cath-ollca
who ilcslro Information regarding
matters pertaining to tho Catholic
fulth, lo ask any question they wish
Tho questions should bo wiltlcu on i
piece of paper and pliiccil In the box
before each cvcnlng':l service. Ti!et.e
quoitlons will hu answered from the
pulpit later by mm of the rauiibi
Kiithci-h in an "Intelligent, courteous
Father Surk preached tho sermon
Inst night and utter tho announcement
about tho question Ikik, snld: "It Is
deplorublo what tho Inck of knowledge
otherwise Intelligent I'rotcstantH hiivc
of the Catholic faith. Wo shall tn
dcavor to answer questions submitted
in uu Intelligent and courteous man
lier. The main underlying current o.'
Americanism Is fnlr play. Our Presi
dent expicsbcd this sentiment tersely
und rightly when ho said 'give every
man a square deal." All wo iisk lu fair
play mid wt'll be fnlr with the ques
tion." 'I'lio services will bo held ecry
night for the next week und the mis
sionaries want II known that they par
ticularly Invito non-Ciitliollcs to ut
tend. Ken ken will begin tonight ut
7:30 p. m. und tho sermon will be do.
IIvcipiI by father Wyinan.
Tho Klnau, arriving this morning
tiom Illli) aud vay ports, brought the
following cargo 13 empty kegs, 29
li.iKs cabbage, 10 fern jogs, 103 bags
taio. 12 liuis Iron, 1 hog, 1 dog, 5
crntcK chickens, 2:t hides, 2G packages
r.nnlPii truck, I miiply ulnn ensks,
13r pnckiigi's stiiidili'rt, 21 bnrnds emp
" 1 rfi f " " ' ' -"i"""- - '
I a good tht next man' and there It na real
reason why you should not get Its worth, A suit alectd from
our NEW FALL PATTERNS, Just arrived, I a guiranti that
you get "Your Monty' Worth." We make them up to your
mtau' at rady-to-wear prlers.'
Our Suit for TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARE are UNEQUALEO
In this town.
Geo. A. Martin
PHONE 485 MAIN. HOTEL STREET.
mtmt il u 1 ' . u i,.' . ' g"se ggg" .j wwwi
.tirViJl sNiiC 7H,Mim
HONOLUL UUNDERTAKING CO.,
1120 FORT ST PHONE MAIN 179.
NIGHT CALL, PHONE BLUE 901.
M. E. SILVA MANAGER
Small and Medium Slie, Complete,
A. FERNANCEZ & SOU,
No. 4450 King St., Katity Block, bet.
Muuanu and Smith SI.; Til. Main ISO.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu.
Typical Troplcai Token
of a suitable Christmas Olft for your main-
a pint Jar each of these
Solves the problem
It Is a XMAS HAMPER containing
POHA JAM, MANGO CHUTNEY, GUAVA JELLY,
and PAPAIA MARMALADE.
They are packed In Pele Grass. The hamper is made of Lau
hala and attached Is a leather tag, which bears the wording, "A
Hamper From Honolulu."
Now what more uniquely tropical and attrjctlv present could
you tend your friend?
THE HAMPER WEIGHS 7 1-2 lbs. AND SELLS FOR 81.75.
Factory, Hotel Street
PHONE BLUE 1411. 9
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DISPLAY.
Is a delicious and refreshing drink. It
Is like an excellent peaoh In liquid
form. Ask for It. Bottled by
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS,
THE BULLETIN, T5c per month
Exquisite Designs from tho Con
vents of Old Mexico in Dolleyi,
Centrepieces, Teneriffe Square
and Mantel Cover.
HAWAII A. SOUTH SEAS CURIO CO.
ALEX. YOUNG DLDG.
PIANOLAS ON INSTALLMENTS.
You can buy the wonderful Pianola
piano-player on easy monthly pay.
menu. Anyone can afford to have
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.,
ODD fELLOWS' BLDG,