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i'.VHNINri nft.t.trriN. HONOLULU. T ll, SATftitiAY JAN , iMt
;, ' .Airejnte.
902-914 Nuuanu Street.
Importers and Dealers in
Oli! lot them come, lliu "Pure food raid," ,
Coma and see ry Chutney muilo, -I"
Good, clean and hot, pungent and snappy,
Why, tlio pure-food men wilt go awuy happy!
Invites all visitors to Honolulu to call and taste her Island preserves
184 HOTEL 8TREET. 'PHONE BLUE 1411.
hat Prominent People Say
The Harrison Mutual Burial Ass'n
Mesa. Harrison Mutual Ilurlal Abbo
Gentlemen: Your Association not
only assures ovury member of u prop
er and decent burial at a very small
cont, but relieves others of u resiisl
blllly thoy aru not nlwayH prearod
Nv FATHER II. VALENTIN.
Messrs. Harrison Mutual llurlul Abbo
elation. Gentlemen: I huvo carefully Inves
tigated the plulls 'it yeur 'ABaoclutlon
and urn heurfllj' 'in 'favor with the
Idea. You majit 'In'oW your list uh
u, member, nn'd'j ryeconlnlcu'il ovuryono
to Join whether' tho'thlnk they -will
.need tlio ben'oht'or not.
WM. W. HALL.
I viiluo highly my own muinborRhtp
In the Harrison Mutual Ilurlal, Asso
ciation and recommend ovury tuuu
woman and child In Honolulu to join.
P. C. JONES.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
Cash on huiul uud lnkbanks. 87,0t8.yj
liouils ,. S.CUU.UU
Stocks uud other Invest
ments . . . : (,. 23,770.08
lertRURes secured by real
citato . . , ,,..,,. 14,0.4S
I.o.iis, demand and tlluo,, 302.7GS.8I
Kuinlluro and fixtures ... b,1S,07
Accrued Interest recelv-
able , 2,827.16
Assets other than those
specified above , ,;.... 14,131,75
Terilloiy of Hawaii, County of Ouliu.
J, 'A. N. Campbell, Tieusuror of 'the Ifonfy Wuterllouso Trust Co,, Ltd.,
do boleinuly bwear that thii above sUleOieut Is hue to tlio best of my
K.iow ledgo and belief,
'' ) . 'A,NJAM!'I)KLU 1
i. . i...i v " TTeasiirer.' v '
Subscribed and sworn to boforo no this 1st day of January, 1907,
JOHN OUILI), ' ' '
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit.
'Phone Main 308
Fine Wines and Liquors.
Gentlemen: I cheerfully give my
Indorsement to tlio Harrison Mutual
Ilurlal plan and bclluvo It u ureal bun
eflt to the community.
Very truly yours,
H. H. PAKKER.
Harrison Mutual Ilurlal Association
Gentlemen: Every man ouRht to
carry some kind of Insurance. It scams
to me that this should come first, and
I havo yot to find a plan which seems
inoro practical or moro reasonable
than yours. Am Kind I havo been n
member from the start .
Very truly yours,
HENRY C .HROWN.
Mr. W. W. Hull:
I became a 'member of tlio' associa
tion of which you aru tlio pre'sldout, u
litllo after Its start, and nm satisllcd
with what It has fulfilled. The deceas
ed members have received burial re
spectably, and had It not been for
jour association their living ones
would undoubtedly feel tlio funeral ex
pense considerably. I (recommend ov
eiy man and woman and child to join
In. DAVID U A-I.
, LIABILITIES., . . y
Subscriliod . .,$200,000.00
40 p .r cent,
paid In ...., 80,000.00
ability ...... 120,000.00 '
Undivided profits 31,72,4)
Trust and agency accounts 340,349.99
Accrued lutercst ikiyuhe,, 319,38
Liabilities 'other than those '
fcpeclfled above . , , 3,788. Wj
If you wont to .rnjrty rnhuKt
health, tnlso a few dosca of the
Hitters, It will make tlio stomach
sluing and the lilooil pure. Our
past record of over to year proves
ItH wurlh. II cure Indlgeitlon,
Dycpepsla, Heartburn, Costive
neat, Female Complaints, Malaria,
Fever and Ague. Try a bottle to
Want your clothes made
to your measure by a tab
lor, If you could uet them
for the same price as you
pay for ready-to-wears (or
We make garments that
have Individual distinction
and give the wearer a
grace and style not ac
quired In ready-to-wears.
In other words, the fit
and give satisfaction for
the aamo price.
Geo. A. Martin.
BROUGHT US THESE
Ladles' shirt waists, malarial and
ready-to-wear; latest fashion back and
side combs; durable umbrellas, and
a large quantity of exceptional good
quality gents' and ladles' shoes.
We Invite you to come and see our
goods, even If you don't care to buy.
Wah Ying ChongCo
KING ST., EWA SIDE MARKET.
Best Assortment In the City.
RICH 8ILK8, EMBROIDERIE8,
NOVELTIE8, TOY8, CURI08.
STOCK COMPLETE, PRICE8 RIGHT.
1120 Nuuanu Street, near Hotel.
SUPPLIES PLANTATIONS, FAMI
LIES, SHIPPERS AND 8TOHB
- KEEPER8. ,
Several faithful Japanese woman de
ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES.
PHONE WHITE 2876.
RIVER 8TR.EET near HOTEL,
J. M, Levy & Co.
r v i
KINO STREET NEAR FORT STREET
PHONE 'MAIN 149.
: itKLir.vKdiN ;
'iWfffwwk. 24 Hour' ;
W ilk I Fa1 Tel AIL URINARY ;
fiHWB oiicHARpn :
CrBsTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaBtTaf I'-uJi Cap- ,
e Ui. imnrfar w
m ssaffaiaaBBaSBfarar &" rMaSinli'
' afaBiier l-orwla
eefjafafJBS , y all tfruwUta,
Bricktop And The
See. The .City
Keirly mi the inniiilug following and the (halteniig of tlio monkeys
Jlii-lr nrrltnl In New York City, Ililt-W- ''. ' wonders the children aarf!
topnud the Twins were up mid MlrrliM KMimiIb. rhlnnveiin, hlpilniiil,
IntiK lrftir tfif-lt nnnt railed Ihrni tt.J"" "'" MuM, it-liraa, rami I.
Iirniklaat. Altlms:Ji llrlckliipliilfcMil,ll,,,' ' lk l''l"",i i'le. fuv
n i-lfiirqiii home asking hi father (i 'N monkeya mid fuwlsu'rm) tm
send the trunk he hd so thoughtlessly! "'Ivnlile aliai mid li. In fntt, they
left, Iwhlnd. he dntl lo write ji letter
le.lliiK bis parents i.f their wife urrltHlj
ut thlr uticInV home, mid the tnornf
tlinii rordlul welcome they rew-hed;
llu-io.. ,-elng .their brolhor thus .! I
HiKed. the Twins d.-cl.lml to write to
llielr purents ni. LMt suggcsli-d """ " ' iuiiriiwi mid llslene.1
that they divide the news betweeul1" ,""rr' uud.fnnny slurkvi fitm
them, rhe tilllus half mid lleilln lialf,ll,r,r '""i1"' "" w" " """ l'"1
lhllMllVoldlllKreM-tllll.ll.,f,.allotlu"""K', "r ""'",' d,lrll, ," "1'i-
Til tell of the Journey, and ou tell
of our nrrlMil uud alxnit Umle's fain-
Ily," snld Kim. And I let lie agreed. Ho
tbiy n-t IheniM-lves to work, and hut
their letters completeil before blefti
Inst was aunounriil. Ibltle's letter
ran ut follows:
"1 ll..!iruf I'jiii.'! fitul Mntii!! I'iip.
le uud Tabby: U'ukkIh vwm tlm iii,rtU;"1 iUvM- ur ""' "'"" 'w "ft,
und Tabby the cat beloncl.iK in the-
IVrklns family) We hud audi u love
Ir liu on the Iniln minim:. Hrlrktup
looked after us Just splendidly, and we
looked afler him. When iiIrIU fume
sister and I ot his nlsbtl" out of thd
Imik mid lalil.oul a eleiiu shirt for lillil
to put ou,lu the mornlns Wo all put
our shoes very handy, so thai the por
ter could llnd them to kIh- them a
rlilne. In the luoriiliiK llrlcktou gave
the kind old porter a dime. Muter uud
I Ihotiiiht he should hate had u nlcklt
nplei'o for .the shoes, m llrlck went
after blni uud RUe blin the exlr.l
moimy. He said tie didn't want to np
ln-ur stliiKy. Oh, what u ruoiI dinner
wo h:id I ute so much thai I dreamed
horribly all iiIrIiIi 1 suld the next
luoriiliiK I'd never do like tint ukuIii.
Hlulir hud the same dllllenlly. ll was"ll,; f,,r ,ln'1 " l,lw ul what the
Very linuslity of us to rut so 111 lull lie
cream uiiiLpuddl'ii; just hefoie Kiting to
V,lu tlm mornliiR the nicest old ludy
sliured the dresslliR-ronni with us and
culled us 'little pets.' She lied the rib
bons on our bnlr, uud kliuted us us we
left the train. Hlsterulid I 1ml h fell In
love with her, she was so much like our
own dear Granny, llrlcklup talked with
several Kcntlemen on the train. One
kuvo him u late magazine, telling him
that ma) Im the 'little tots' (iiieunluc,
ulster nnd me) would enjoy the pictures.
And we certainly did. Ilrlcklop thanked
him very nicely for his kindness.
Now, as It Is most breakfast time
ahull stop. We. are going uutito see the
sights today. Uncle, Aunt uud Cousin
llert are so nice.
"With hvups of love to i'upu, Mumn
Grandpapa and Ornndiiinnm, und
kisses nil around 1IETTIK.'
Lettle's letter run us follows:
"My own dear pupa uud mama; oh
es, und don't forgit Puggle and Tab-
b) . We ure sufe und sound in the nice
eliy home of uncle and aunt Wlin
i; gut o3 Hie trnln at the l.tail.ti,
ixiiiieliow sister und 1 got lint fiom
l.rlil top, und as the crowds presoi! i."
fio 'e went right along to Itn ICn;,
r.i.'iv.lng that llrlcktop couhl Jool; o'.it
fcr himself, hut wo were wry aix
io.Ih, Indeed, for we knew how hu would
tin) about us. We hoped he mifht
i;o on the ferry, but he did not. Sif
ter nnd I looked ull about the bo:a for
li ! in, .nit nowhere was he to Mi m.ii.
Then we ubI'ciI a policeman lu 10
ivjih i,cle's borne, mid he put .i in i
cili and told the driver to take in H.ie.
Auc.tie wus so tickled to h.-o us. It
iiiiued cut ull right uboiit Ut icl.l -p.
(.'...win met him und they 'pbonil o
c i.'it.i.i-out us, and shu was imsi lu'i(i.y
t'i le!l them that wo hud Jim: rbnieii up
In :i luusom In very great lay'v
"AMU und uncle uud C'oiwi fiut
cavii us such a warm wen-nut--. Uncle
uud uunt go away lomorrov, to be gone
two weeks. Aunt Minnie reiuulus to
look after the bouse. What a splendid
time we'll have when the house Is nil
ours. Hut v.c'll not be rude or noisy,
dear mama, so don't worry uboul our
conduct ufter aunt Is gone.
"Today aunt uud uncle ure to take uu
nut lo see the city. So j;ood-by this
time, I smell the breakfast uud must
dinw this to u close.
"Tell grandpapa and graudmuiua I
send lots uf loe uud kisses to them. 1
ulto send an nhiinduuce to my papa uud
mama. A limidsluiku lo Pugglbi und
Tebb), Youi little girl,
Afler bieulifust they started out, a
very merry part) Indeed. Mr. Thomas
hustled them onto u street cur which
would lake llieiii to Central Vurln As
they rode uloug llrlcktop mid the Twins
worn very much cnierliuuetl ny wulcli -
lug Ihu lihwiU on tint utruets und JooU-
lug ut the any shop windows. .
AH Ion ipili lily, so thought the vlh-
Jtors, the ride came lo an end, and they
were loon going through the gates In- uwuy ugulu. And llrlcktop reussuretl
to Centrul Park. Once before they hud )ier, suIiir; "You can't lose yourself
lieeu there with their parents, hut their hi that I can't find you, Kiddle. My
visit that time hud been marred by I.el- heart leads me always. to you."
tie getting the stomach uche, which And no wonder llrlcktop wus u hero
ciiusud theniUo go home before theyslu the sight of the Twins,
hud seen much of the jiurk uud the a
many wonders It contained. i nimored that the Art l.eugue
'.'We'll go and lake u peep ut the an- h holding secret meetings. Kor whul
Imiilif 111 st," miBKi'Btcd Upcle Will, lead- puriwso could not bo learned hut If
In: them dliccily to Ibu great Zoolugtc- such liicetlnRu urn being held It Is
al (Jaiileu, near the place where they surely for the arranging, of some ile
sutured, Mven before they got there IlKhtful surprise at the coming car
I hey could heard the roar of the lloni nival,
". "uw '"""' '""" '" "n"
"""' "" ",r0 4'""," "'" w i"""
'"" '" ' little ,towu railed the
Al ""'" ,,,"' ',"t '"'" a murali
'' 'l' trouiids for luncheon. They hat
i neii, quiie rebuti aiier uu nour apeni
In Hoelal Intircoiirsv nud refrrshrd by
u K'mxI lliial, they w-t out to explore
the irk on finil. Ily aths IruillnR
under iirchways, punt laken, in or
brlils.!, nr.niHH htlllops, thiviiRh ri
vines Inln vnlles did they nimble, lull
trees, bare ol brain li In the crlp In
ter air, rearing their stately forms
"""" i"'"', ' s""", i.oi moiiru in.ui
the light full of the iiIkIiI previous.
And ut lust, wearied with bo much
walking -UioukIi they had enjuyeil ev
ery stet Aunt sVKRested that they re
turn home and save themselves for all
ot her day. As they went aloinc they
came to u pretty rustle, brldRe spuuulnR
a drlvcwuy which ran ulino-tt iutrnlti-1
with lhi path they were following. A
MiJdnii di'sim to play n trick on the
parly selzcsl Ilettle, nnd. .dropplnc be
hind unnoticed, she stepped In the
shadow of a great tree that xreiv near
the palliwuy. On went her coiiiiuiiloiu.
not iiiIsmIiie her. As mwii as they hud
turned a corner and were lost to view
Hell In run down Hie mossy bank lead
Iuk lo,the hrlilRcd roadway, InteudiiiK
to Join them ut the next turn In tin'
ro.ul continued In company with the
path her companions were following.
Alter a lew minutes iA'ttlo missed
her sister und gave the alarm. "Oh,
Where's Kettle?" alio cried, stopping
und looking behind. Then everyone
1-vculiio iiuxluiis. Uncle uppolullng the
boys lo go back lo look for her, while
he would go on toward the gate for
the purpose of meeting a iKillceniau,
lo wiiom lie would reKrt the lost
child. Aunt Agnes and Lettle were!
tt remulti where they were with thu
I'0r of seeing Uettle coming on one
of the many paths that led ,lntti Uie
main one at this sisit. And ao the
search began. J
And while the anxious ones were
hunting for-Bettle she liegun to hunt
lor them, for pretty soon she found
herself In a strungo part of the park,
lonely and wild, with huge boulders
hhitttlm; her In on one side and u wall
cu the other. Then she becumo alarm
ed, uud knew that the road she hud
taken hud led her fnr from the place
where she had anticipated Joining her
On she wulked, not knowing where
to go und feurlng that every step tkTs
carrying her further from tlio lined
and anxious ones whom shu knew
were now on thu lookout for her. Then
Hettle thought uf something. That
''something" wore blue clothes und
brass buttons. She would find a po
llceniau, and then all would be well.
Bo she started on a run down the
loud, expecting to see uu officer ut
eery turn. Hut none cuuie Into sight.
At lust, teurs . streaming down her
cheeks, she paused beside the road,
leaning agulnst n tree In her despair.
The day wus growing lute, mid Uettle
begun to wonder where alio should
spend thu night. Huppose after durk
some of those greut animals should
be turned loose to wander about till
morning. The thought drove fear to
her heart. She would ho UKVOUlt
KD! Oh, how sho was being punish-
en for hulug ucted so naughtily. Hut
she really had nut meant to wuuder
awuy from her dear ones. She was
Just planning a little trick u Joke
for how they ull would have laughed
hud hIio stepiied out from tlio roadway
In front of them uud waiting In their
path, crying out: "i'just flew over
you ulul lighted here,"
Hut now she wus being punished lor
having acted so foolishly. Oh, oh,
what would become of
"Ah, there you aro, Klddl!" It was
llrlcktop's dear voice behind her, und
Uettle turned und ran Into his arms,
drying her tears ugulust his topcoat
sleeve. And Cousin Uert was luugh-
lug, usklng her how she happened to
get "strayed or stolen."
Hut llettlo suld' she cduldn't tell
, mem now, out woum no so us soon
vn they Joined the others, which they
I ruceeded to do, the now happy little
Miss holding tightly to llrlcktop's arm
lest she be foolish enough lo stray
mm siMis j
IN LAVA IMW
t HUI eiailillintliill of fpiiti li;l if
lnn fnun th mwii IfiWMMilliJf. II
pn 1 1 Ides ciTnlit In have luiti Iniiiin
Ollrllie Is ilarfiil Uluolig prerlmu
Mimes and when liioiif.lit up frm a
ri;nl depth Is of (onslilernhle tame
glenl depth nr of cunsldernhle tnlU4
The parthleM illixiivcnil In the Imal
spedmens lire nm ligo enouith lo I"'
of enmmerclnl value
Dr W T llrlgham In u emit rlbnl Ion
In the llorfnti Sodity of Natural llln
tory eiitllled, "NoteB on t lie Volcnnoes
of the Hawaiian Islands,' " (IIohIoiI,
"The Hawaiian lavas contain much
olltlne, n very rifnulnry mlnero!, nud
where Hie stream has Issued from n
iMisldernlil deplh, as lli'lhe eiuptlou
from K I la uea In 1810, It Is In larn"
gruiiules and very ubuiid.iiil. lis spe
cific gravity, It will Imi lememlx nil,
Is 3.S3-3..1. In the ej-ctlous ftiilil the
summit ll Is In minute purtliles, us If
broken nud carried up by the currents
In the melted uiass."
The elRhty-nrih blrt Inlay of Charles
It. Hlshop was coiiliueinoraled In a,
quiet way at Oahil College yesterdny
Tim picture of the "Noblest Work M
God," covered with flowers und lelei
was hung In l'uiialioii hull. Altai hiil
lo the picture was this tegend:
"Charles It. Hlshop, I'unaliou's most
genenius iH-nefactur, born January 2S.
U22-hls elghtytfirth birthday."
A resume of the generous donations
t,olh In time und money, made by Mr.
Hlshop to Institutes of learning
throughout the Isluuds, und of I'uiiu
liou lu particular, was given by Presi
Illlo, Jan. 21. A flue program baa
been urrangiil for the Ilurns loncert
and dance next Saturday night. It has
a thoroughly Scottish flavor, und the
music uud recitations pud other selec
tions will im very ciitcrtiiliilng. Thy
program as arranged Is us follows mid
Is under the dU-tcllou of Mrs. Jarrctt
i. M'wu: i
Hug Pipes Mr. Hubert Forbes
Ye Hunks and Hrues,
Mrs, I-wls und Mrs. Hnpal
My Luv Is Like a lted. Iti-d Hose.
Miss Ucrtliu Wude Klewnx
Heading, Mrs. A. J. Cuitli
"Th Cotter's Saturday Night,"
The Mother, Mrs. Chas. II. Kennedy
The Pother, Mr. Alex, Kroner
The Children, Misses Annie Chul
mers, Isabel Kennedy, Mart.-)
ret Ktewart and Musters Joe
und Archie Kennedy.
The Ijiver. Mr. Hob Ktirliea
The Sweetheart, Miss Jean Chalmers
Talk Ujmjii Ilurns, .Mr: C. M. I.ellloud
Hwortl Danrtv Mr, Prank Anderson
Scotch 0 enure, I'luno Solo
Miss Jeannle Chnlmers
"Whlstle.aud I'll Come to ye, my lids"
Vocal Solo, Mrs. Duvld Forbes.
"Corn Hlgs," Mr. George Lllltoe
"Honny Mary of Argyle."
Mr: A. A. Korsythe
Selection Mrs, Ouvld Km be
Auld Lang Sjne
Husted's Directory for Honolulu and
the Territory of Hawaii has ben Issued
for 1607 nnd us u fund of general In
forinntlon It overtops unythliig In the
same line that has yet been put before
the public. It bus two or three hun
dred more jiages und contulmi an
amount of general Information (hut
will Imi of greut vulue to nil) one who
wishes to learn of the IslanJs.
The edition h, well patronlied by
advertising business houscu nil 1 the Il
lustration of the mis glveB n very good
bleu or what the men who do the husl
ness of the Territory look like. Tiv-io
ure more names uud they nre nino ,i;.
curntely compiled. Undur the nev iniin
ageiuent of the Husted Illrrctory. It Is
iiiienucu to send the Honolulu book to
important misiuess centers nil ovci ;ho
NO 2 nh.I a
James T.'Taylor the hydraulic engin
eer, arrived In the Kluaii today from
Maul where he Is lu churgu of rlie con.
structlon of the new Wulhee canal for
the Wulluku Sugar, Co. Mr. Taylor
win muKe uu examlnutloii of the Nuu
aim dam while here.
Capt. Lyman, who h.i3 had rli.iigo
or Salvation Army work on Maul lor
the jttst two ears. reliirmsl Iroui Illlo
lu the Kluaii. Capt. I.miumi Is on 1.1
wuy lo the Const for future work. In
the meantime hi will nn.; lu the gm.1
work going on In this elty.
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, glvat a.
eoi.clie and complete resume of all e
aal notices, calls for 'tenders', ludn.
menti, building permit and real et-.
tat transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75e Pr month. Weekly Bulletin,'
81 per veer.
Energy, Ambition, Cherful
nis, Strength, n Splendid
Appetite, and Perfect Health
nsy U secuied by all Lo follow li
example of tin) yuug Uij hv ghti tLU
'r.rttr piluir. fur )nn, I urnl lo bate
Intulrralilo licKl.tlin kin toul Iom at en
iiry, m lint llw mun nUlrh (tumid , I
ttrUvluril 1 in s dlr.ilt fur, St tbe
wafia,pUuait( d,aflltd, tliry bruuglitla
UiUlIUJeuO '4lu, AlllLililtiS4BM
I eiuniiicd uifiialtsodhsvonvthAd since
lUii Id nral tynipluui .( badtt. My
P1IW l..lrndlil,aiiil I t(otni uijrilutica
lih a cbefrfuliiri Sit.1 rb.rcr tU&taurprU
au)Mlf. I Uk 1'lra.ura III ultlDg all niy
frknJ.nf t,ia innt uf Arra Maraapullla,
aiut tbabavjiyrcKultauf lia uaa."
J There are many imitation
Be sure you get "AYER'S."
maaral.f Dr. J. C. Atf C..UII, Mais., U.I. A.
aritt-S riLU.thakMtranlljr Utallt.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF IN
TENTION TO FORECLOSE
MORTGAQE AND OF SALE.
In accordance with n Kwer of sale
contained lu that certain mortgage
Hindu by JUIIN P. KAHAHAWAI
(Widower) otherwise known as J." P.
K, KALAUI.AI.OA, to (IKOIK1K . 8.
KKNWAV, duted November 30th, A.
I). 1901, and recorded in the Iteglstry
Office, Ouliu, lu l.llier 2C0, on iiagcs
30S et. sen... Notice Is hereby given
that said Mortgagee Intends to fore
clone snld mortgage for condition
broken, limit: thu nonpayment uf
principal uud Interest when duo, and
tiK)n said foreclosure will sell at Pub
lic Auction ut thu sule rooms -of
JrtMKti K. MOUOAN. Auctioneer, Kn-
uliumanii Street, lu Honolulu, on Tues
day, the 2Gth day uf February, Anno
Domini, 1907, nt 12 o'clock noon of
snld 'duy, tlio premises described In
suld mortgage us below specified, to
gether with ull buildings, Improve
ments, rights, privileges, casements,
cuts and appurtenances to the same
belonging or upiiertulnlng or held and
(IKOItGi: S. KKNWAY,
. " Mortgagee.
PIHCMISKS DK.SCItlllKl) IN MOUT
All that certain piece or parcel of
laud situate on thu Hwa or North-west
side of Nuuanu iltoad, at Nlolopa, Nuu
aim Valley, Honolulu, Oahti, being a
portion or Apmiii 1 of Land Commis
sion Award No. C.125, Itoynl I'alen't
No. 7024 lo M. Kukiiuonpht for L. Ha-
alelea, and hounded nnd described as
Commencing nt the South corner of
this l.ot on, thu Ni(h,l,lnu,of, Nuuanu
Itoud adjoining l.aml , oiiinilssloii
Awurd C1U to T. C, lj.,,iboko In Nlo
lopa and running: - - H
1. N. 30 35' W. true 303.Weet '
along Lund Commission Award s CIO
u! Mig stnuo wall, ,v
2. N. 32' 5' W. true 32 feet (Ionic
same along stonu wull. , - t
3. N. fft 55' K.'lruo 315 feet along
lots 12 and 11 of the Coney Kstaio' Dl
virion. ' '
4. S. 29 00' K. true 2C4 feet uloug
io.ul to Nuuanu Itnad, thence:
5. 8. 37 5(1' W. true. 293.4 feet
ulong Nuuanu Hoad to Initial' iolnt.
Area 2. 30-1 f.CI Acres sold lece
of land comprising Apana 2 of the
Mauele pieces In Hard Apana 1 of
Laud Commission Award No. C325,
Itoyul Patent No. 7C24, containing an
area of 1 1-4 acres and to which thu ''
suld Mortgagor claims title by In
heriruncu und also that pleco of laud ,
containing nil area ot 780-1000 of an', ,
ncie that was com eyed to his son J"
P. Kuluohilo.i by A. A. Haulelea, trus-'i
tee under thu Will of J. 11. Coney, etT
ul. by deed or.exchuugu dated Septeni-,
ber 11. 1S99 nnd recorded, lu office,
of lliu"' Registrar of Conveyances 111
suld Honolulu In Liber 200, folio 397,
Mid lo which ho claims title' by In
heritance from his said sou J. P, Kaln-
olaloii und his wife lluwae, the mother .
of said J. P. Kulaolaloa.
'I'erms: Cash, United States Oobl
Coin; deeds ut exe;i8o of purchaser.
Kor further particulars, apply to P
II, Hurnetle, attorney for inortgaf!
ut 79 Merchant street, Honolulu, jfg ,
Hated, January 2Cth, 1907,
3599 Jan. 20, Feb. 2, 9, Hi,
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