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Oceanic Steamship Company
fha ilumete ef tM llfi will arrive
rMM an pranoisooi ,
In connection with the tailing of the above oteamcr, the agente are pr I
pafed to ! to Intending pattengtre, coupon through ticket, by any Mil I
rM front San Francltco to tl peinta In the United State, and Irom Nen
York by any tteamihlp line to all European port.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY VO I
Wnj. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd
OCEANIC 8. S. CO.. GENERAL AC1ENT3.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship
Co., and ToyoKisen Kaisha,
Steamer of the above companies will call at Honolulu and leave Ihli
port on or about the date below mentioned:
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
HONOKONQ MAUI' APR 17
Call at Mamln.
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APFLY TO
Ht Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,
american-havaiianT s. S. CO
Direct Service between New York and Hawaiian Islands, Via Pacific
Prom rVow York to Honolulu
Weekly Sailing via Tchu.intepec.
Freight received at all time at tho Company' Whtrf, 4at
Street, South Drooklyn.
Prom Honolulu to Sun Prunclaca
S.S. "NEVADAN" . . to sail apl. 20
Prom 8tin Pranolnco To Honolulu
S.S.-NEVADAN" direct . to tall APL. 5
Frelgnt received at Company' Wharf, Greenwich 8L,
and each month thereafter.
Prom Henttlu and Tncoma to Honolulu
S.S, "ARIZ0NAN" direct . to sail MAR. 20
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY AT
C, P. HORSE, H. Hackfeld & Co., Lt
QENERAL FREIGHT AQENT. AGENTS, HONOLULU.
Canadian-Austraiian Royal Mai!
Steamer of the above line, running In connection with the CANADIAN
PACiriC RAILWAY CO. botween Vancouver, O. C, and 8ydney, N. 8. W,
anil calling ut Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Suva, FIJI, and Biiebane, art
DUE AT HONOLULU on or about tho date brio etated, viz.:
From Vancouver and Victoria, D
(for Brlebaao ntd Sydney)
Through Ticket lnued from Honolulu to Canada, United State and iu
rope. For Freight and Pawage and all general Infoimatlon, apply to
Theo. li. Davies & Co., Ltd. General Agents.
J. F. Morgan, President; C, J. Campbell, Vlca Preildent; J. L. McLear,
Secretary; A. F. Clark, Treasurer; N. E. Ccdge, Auditor; Frank Huttaca,
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
DRAY MIEN, 63 QUEEN ST.
Fli-ewood, Stove and Steam Coal.
ALSO WHITE AND BLACK SAND.
Kor Watanae, Walalua, Kahuku and
Way Stations '!t:lB c. m , '3:20 p. m.
Tor Pearl City, Kwa Mill and Way
(Rations tV:30 a. m, 9:1C a. iu
11:05 a. m.. 2:1B p, m , 3:20 p. nu,
C:1B p. ni )U:20 p. in., tl):00 p. m,
l"or Wahlawa J:16 a nu and S:1S
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku, Wal
alua and Waianae '8:30 a, tu., 5:31
Arrlvo In Honolulu from Ewa Mill
and Pearl City tTMC a. m, 8:3G a.
m, no: .16 a. m, 1:40 p m., 4:31 p.
m '5:31 p. ui., T:30 p. in.
Arrive Honolulu froir. Wahlavin
8:20 a. m. uud 5:31 p w
t Ex, Sunday.
t Sunday Only.
The Halelwa Limited, a two hour
train (only first-clans tlckru honored),
leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8:22
a. m.; returning, arrives la Honolulu
nt 10:10 p, m. Tho Limited utoj.n only
at Pearl City and Waianae
O. P. DEWSON, F O. SMITH,
8upt. O P. T. A
Fin Job PrlnUnu (t lh Bulletin.
and leav Ihli port hereunder!
ron ian niANoieoot
A I'M 10
FOR SAN FRANCISCO!
1 1I0N0K0X0 MARU
Umijrica MAHU .
From Sydney nnd Brlabans.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, B.C.)
C'MOANA APR. 3
4,MANl'KA MAY 1
1 AORANOI MAY 29
TELEPHONE MAIN k
KaPUNA. HONOIPU, KAILUA anc
From Sorenoon's Wharf.
Apply on Board or to
HAWAIIAN BALLASTING CO., Agt
Telephone Main 3B6, Maunakea St., t
low King. P. O. Box 820.
Headquarters for Automobiles with 1
tiplendldly Equipped Fireproof
VON HAMM-YOUNG COMPANY, Ltd
m, Phillip & Co.
Whole tile Importer and Jobber!
AMERICAN DRY GOODS
FOfir and CU'tEN UTi,
hi f iji -i.t ii .fafctrifiirf
ESTABLISHED IN 1SM.
Bishop & Co.
Commercial ami Travelers'
I etters of Credit Issued on
the Bank of California and
The LondonJoir.t Stock Bunk,
Concspondents foi the
(American Express Company
land Thos. Cook & Son.
j Interest allowed on term
and Savings Bank Deposits.
Wm. Q. trwln.
Claus Spreckels & Co.
San Francltco Agent Tae No
ada National Hank of San Kranclico.
Draw Exchange on tbo Nevada Na
lloual Dank of San i'rancl.co.
London The Union of London and
Smith' Dank, Ud.
New York American Exchange Nk
Chicago Corn KicUatiie National
Parlt Credit Lyonnate.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong
konE-Shaucual Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Uaai
of New Zealand and Dank ot Austra
lasia .Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British North America.
Deposits received. Loann made on
approved nccurlty. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued lllllf of Bx
changn bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Aeceutited For,
AND TRUST GO.
OF HAWAII, LTD.
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL. ..1200,000.00
PAID UP CAPITAL $100,000.00
Protldent Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier L. T. Peck
Office: Corner Frrt and King 8t.
8AVINC8 DEPOSITS recelvod and
Interest allowed for yearly deposits at
tbe rate of 4 1-2 per cent, per annum
Helen and regulations furnished up
Yokohama Specie Bank, Ltd,
Capital Pnld Up ..
Aescrved Fund . ...
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCH AGENCIES Antung.
listen, liars Knit, Chcfoo, Dalny,
Bombay, Llnngkong, Honolulu, Kobe,
Leojang, London, Lyons, Mukden,
Nagasaki, Newchwang, New York,
Peking, San Francisco, Shanghai, Ti
entsin, Toklo, Ocaka.
The bank buys an.l receives for col
lection Bills of Uxchanue, issues
Drafts and Letters of Credit and trans
acts n goner..! banking business.
HONOLULU BRANCH, 67 KING ST.
Albert F. Afong,
Telephone Main 407. P. O. Bo:
832 FORT ST.
STOCK AND BOND BROKEN
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK. AND
William T; Patv,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
All classes of Building Work
promptly and carefully txecuttd
Office 'Phono Bluo 1801,
Residence 'Phona Blue 2831
Small and McJhim Sizes, Complete.
A. FERNANDEZ & SON,
Nos. 44-50 Kins St., Katsey Blk bt.
Nuuanu & Smith Sts.; Tel. Main 189.
Attorney at-Lsw and Notary Public.
Real Eitatr, Loano, Collection,
Agent to Grant Marriage License.
Phone.; Office Main 310; Rca.Wh.1311
i . "itfifiiiinniri
A. ..Hatk.. la, w.
Alexander & Hildwin1
l ilii vn
. . . OI'PIUIIUH.
, rt. P. Baldwin..,.. . ....PrMlden
W V V..,;nV.V',V.ndVleT
W. M. Alexander.. .Second Vet P .j,
F E. Parton......
W. o, Smith
COMMISSION- MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial 4 Sugar C
Hall.u Sugar Csmpan).
Maul Agricultural Company,
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company,
Kahulul Railroad Company,
htlenkala Ranch Company.
Castle & Cooke, Ud
;: Sugar Facton
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Wixinlna Aimculturnl Co.
The ICohala Sj;cr Co.
The Wairaea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Wotks, St. IouIj.
The Wahiawa Water Co., ltd.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The Now England Life Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
National Fire Insurance Co. of Hart
The American Steam Pump Co.
Wm. 6. IrwiEi & Co., W
WM. G. IRWIN.. President and Mgr.
JNO. D. SPRECKELS.. 1st Vice Preg.
W. M. GIFFARD 2d Vice Pre
H IV. WHITNEY Treaturer
RICHARD IVER8 Secretary
W. F. WILSON Auditor
Oceanic Steamthlp Co., San Francltco,
Western Sugar Refining Co, San Fran
Baldwin Locomotive Works, Phil
Nawall Universal Milt Co. (Manufac
turers of National Can Shred
der), New York, N. Y.
Pacific Oil Transportation Co., tin
C. Brewer. & Co., Ltd.
QUEEN STtEET, HONOLULU, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., OokaU
tugar Plant. Co, Or mea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co,Walluku Sugar Co,,
P.peekeo Fugrr Co., The Planter!
Line of 8ah Francltco Pacliett.
LIST OF officers:
C. M. Cocke, President; George
Robertson, Vice President and Mana
jer; E. F. Plthop, Troasurrr and Sec
retary; F. W. Macfarlino, Auditor: P.
C. Jorot, C. M. Cooke and J. R. Gait,
B. F. DILLINGHAM 0
Genaral Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assuranes Company of London
Now York Underwriter" Agency.
Providence Waihlngtop Insurance Co.
tth FLOOR, &TANGENWALD BLDQ.
WM.C. IRWIN& CO.,LT0
Aar.NTs ron thk
Kojal Insur. Co. of Liverpool, Eng.
Coramcicial Union Assurance Co,,
Ltd., of London. England.
Scottnh Union & National Inv Co. of
Edinburgh, Scotland. '
Wilhelma of Magdeburg General In
For Over 60 Years
has been ucl for over 81XTV
YIIAHS br MILLIONS of Mothern
wlltl perfect idccxms. IT
bOOTIUfS tbe CHILD. bOl'TBNB
th OUMB, ALLAYS all pain,
uiiuo vtiptu ui.il., ana is ino
tiouihvr kiaO. SS
I a liottle.
j HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Imiuoved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of r veiy capacity and de
I sciiutioii niaile to older. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for initiation
puipo.ss a specialty Paiticular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and ie
laii5 executed at shortest notice.
bestremcdyforlJIAUUHUiA. Bold S V5 HOUtteil I
by DruwUts In every part of tliu tej I lUhori, illlpll
world. TJo kuruand ik for Mrs. E l,, v,,!,,,,.,, v
Wln3low'aSooUlni(;Hynipndtal.o Rjl!1' ' l"11"1' f
. A,. Jt. ZitLsuJlMfttffojl -fatitMiitiMhfci
Legal Notices, jyftnu lf
jiiioii siiKinrrsjALK notick,
.a.iillem IwhpiI Im WW I. Wlilllir-y,
'iMii.i MagrMtatr ff llotmlulii,
i ..,, 0im. ,m Hi Islh ilar nf
"' V " " '"" ,,f
T M u ,,, l1( , m ,
ot rdirHHty, A., I) 1907. levy upon
ami shall offer and exne for nla
nnd tell nt public Miction, lo tlio
lilglifl Milder, Ht Ilia Auction Rooms
ol J I' Mntjtmi, Hon. No M7 Ka
nliuinnnii Hired, In mid Honolulu, nt " -
10 o'clock In the forenoon ot KM., ,KI1(P ,MaK n- i ,,,,ky r,l
DAY. the I! ml On) of Mnnli. A I). H,rt the stennur Ohio has nrrlwd
I!'", nil the right, title unit Interest with die 2S0 imtnliurs of tin l.os All
ot the ntld Hhett Cluing, In nml lo Ilia I He C'lminluT of Coiutiiereu exuir-,
following ili-nrrllinl ih-ihoiibI proper-lon. n most nolalile uU'iil In tho his
u. uiiIpm Hi ii mini or nun llmwlrril .! of lliinnll, ns well ns In trans-
llillly-foiir nml b!)-100 ($134.99)
Dollnrs, Hint being (ha nmoutit for
wlilc li mill execution Iksuc-I, together
with Intercut, routs nnd my fee and
expcliM- mo protlously paid:
I'ROI'KRTY TO 1112 80I.I).
t Ucfrlgernlor. 2 Mont Sufes, 1
Platform Scale, 2 Hanging Scales, 1
Step Ladder, I Chicken Coop, 1 Pa
per Holler. 1 Meat Block, 2 Mc.it
Saws. 1 Wicker Cluilr, 1 lliinglnR
Clink 3 Oikcs Ker. Oil, 3 1-2 lings
Hawaiian Salt. 1 Tub Soy. IT, lloxcl
(llnxs Top. 1 Mnrlilo Top Counter, 3
Small Counters, 1 Meat Block, lot
Meat Hooks nml Knhcn, 1 Box Can-cllc-s,
20 Tins Can I'lsh, 13 Tins Chi
nese l'resercs, 21 Tins Jnpaueso
I'rci-eni, 2 Tins Milk, 40 Tins Ojs
tern, 18 Tins lleof, 11 Tins Alulope,
Co Tins Sardines, CO Bottles Soy nnd
Nut Oil, 3 Class Jara nml Contents,
30 Packages Ten, 4G Bars Brown
Soap, unci 1 Cnsh Register, etc
i D.iled nt Honolulu, O.ihu, 1'ctiru-
l 20 1907.
I Igh Sheiirr. Territory of Hawaii.
3021 l'eu 20. Mnr 7. 21.
John Barrett Writes He
Secretary Wood in his weekly re
port, which wilt bo submitted to tho
Promotion Committee nt its meeting
this afternoon, speaks of several In
teresting pieces ot iiuwh, which nro lib-
portiinl from u promotion point of
lov Tho leport rends In part us fol
A letter referred to us by our ener
getic co-workor. Postmaster Pratt,
stated that thigibanugcr of tlio lending
family hotel of Washington, D. C, Is
planning to como to Hawaii for tho
purposa of going Into business hern.
Wo lost no tlmo in sending tlio gentle
man all imillalilo Information nml lmu
nn doubt that our foldcm will bo ln
rtriiiiieutnl In securing another Influ
ential friend for Hawaii.
Wo mo nisi) In receipt of u Icttor
fiom Mr. T W. Richardson, president
of tbo California Press Association,
stating that he hail received our cir
cular letter and paper referring to
tho I'loral Parado of last mouth, unci
haying furtlierUiat their Association
was contemplating making it trip to
llnwall. TIiIh'Ih oiio of tho strongest
presa association in tho West and
lins u largo nml influential member
ship. I icplled to tho letter by tho
Alameda, outlining a plan which 1
thought might prove nf nsslstunco lo
tho Association should It contemplate
gutting up n largo gencial excursion.
A letter from Dr. Sperry, tlio lectur
er, Mates that ho plans to arrive In
Honolulu April Kith or 17th, und ex
pects lo remain ut least three weeks
In tbe Territory, visiting every Inland
In tho group, securing wevvn and ma
terial fur an Illustrated lecture on Ha
waii A letter fiom tlio Hon. John Bui
lelt, dliector of the Bureau of Ameri
can Republics nt Washington, D. C,
rlutes that ha Is continually hearing
of tho Promotion Committee' woik
for Hawaii ami begs to extend his con
grntulatlous and best wishes for tho
lutiiie. Mr, Bariett writes that It Is
tbo Intention to make tho Iiiteinutlou
ill Bureau of tbo American Republics
u great world-recognized International
agency, not only for tho uxtciislcm of
domuieico and trade, hut for tho bet
terment of fi loudly lelatloiiH between
tho RepiiblicH ot tho western beml
I'pbeie. Intel est in South America, ho
flutes, Is glowing apace, upil Splendid
ichuKh inn hoped for, A now building
fur this Iluieau Is now being complet
ed In Washington ut a cost of neaily n
million of clolliiis. Mr. Barrett further
states that ho lulu placed our commit
tee on the list for their Monthly Bul
letin A letter fiom Julius Blon . Co , lltli-
loginphers, Now Yotk, to whom wo
wrolo for the Honolulu Rapid Transit
Co, ordeilug sumo R.OOO sets of twen
I) selected colored plates of Hawaiian
Unites or thoso appealing
XXIII of the 11103 Report of
the I' 8 I'IkIi Connnlstdim, slates that
owing lo u gtucitil htillce in tbe lllho
ginplile Hade this woilc ban been do-
lined, hut the) pronilsu to huvu tbo ll -
lusti.itlous lead) for shipment nbcnit
April IGtb, when thoso duelling to ob
tain sets of these artistic and finely
finished plutes of our wonderfully col
nod fish will ho able to obtain them
fin a leaBonablo pileo at tbo Aipur j
linn fUiaugem who nio now In the
cltj would do well to leave their or
dein for theso Illustrations with tho
Rapid Transit imuiauuiicnt. '
iY VISIT HAWAII
Pacific trnU'l This Is hut Ihu Im-rIii-
nlng, we hope, of similar exciirslonn
from Ihu illReretil leading port of the
Pacific It Is pleasing to know that
full credit Is liclng glicn to Ihu Hawaii
Piomotlou Committee for tho luceii
Hon of this moM'iiicnt. Tho nluc to
llnwall of this one trip will lo gienter
Irom a tnimetnn l)liit ot Mew than
tlio entlro npproprlntlon nsked for
from tho Leglslnturo to assist In ear-
Din,? on our work during the next bl
Tho nlime Is nn rxtrnct fiom
retno Wood's report, which ho will
fiilimll to tho Promotion Conunltleo,
this nflerniKin That tho Usll has, ns
be s.i vs. been Important ns n tourist
tittifit-f n ti t fiat (i latiit-laf '
movement. Is undoubted, but this Is
not the only benefit Hawaii dcrhc
I can say with assurance that a
number of the members ot tho part)
will como again." said Frank Wiggins,
the head of tho excursion, today
"When they como It will not be for n
visit, but to Incnto permanently and
innko their homes here. These nre
I .coiiie with plenty of money and no
business to uttend to, nml they nro so
charmed with tho Islands Hint they
I ave made up their minds to como
hero nml llto."
Besides these n number of tho ex
cursionists bnve decided to come
ogntn nml make n longer stay. Sever
al of them, when seen this morning at
tho Promotion Committee's rooms,
signified their Intention to come nml
rpend the next winter here
Tod.'i) the ilny wns left open to the
visitors to employ their tlmo each ns
he pleased One party took n trip
clown the railroad lino In n special car
to enjoj tlio nrlous scenic beauties
which tho ride from the city to Kn
hukii affords. Others went to tho
plantations to learn about tbo cultiva
tion of cane nnd innnufnctiiro of su
gar, some went to tbo Pall, which has
proven to ho one of tho greatest at
tractions to tho lis Aiigclens. anil still
others spent tbo day shopping nbotit
low ii, the Oriental stores in particular
finding many purchasers.
Tho Ohio leaves tomorrow afternoon
nt 2 o'clock, and will, us frank Wig
gins lins repeatedly said, tnko with
her a crowd of pcoplo who feel that
the huto had nu ciijoynbla trip, that
they hate gathered n fund of useful
end interesting Information In n pleas
ant nnd easy way, and each of whom
will constitute himself a coinmlttco of
cno to boom tho Hawaiian Islnnds.
Miss Roie Davison, tho local hu-
iniinci ninier. broiiKht her won; jucii)
xi.uin i li,iiii loil.u when UiiihikIi Iter
-'"-- - .. - . .
wagon was iclenscil fixuii duty to lo -
cover rioni lameness, -iiiss iaioii
noticed Hint tho handsome hlnik in
tho pair on day duty In tho patrol wng
ou, was limping slightly and Imnieil
latelv laid the matter Pernio tho sher
iff. Not wishing to lie uriesteil by one
or his own ofllccrs on n clinigo ot
cruelty to imlinols, Sheriff Iiiukca Im
inccliately ordered thut a teller hortn
bo arranged for,
The gteat Influx of Japanese from
the Hawaiian Islunds has appuieutly
been stopped, us tho Oceanic Com
pnuj'a steamship AHmeda, which ur
rlved )esteuln luoinlng fiom Honolu
lu, bi ought only thieo of them as pas
sengers, sajs the S. f. Hxamlner. Tho
steamer usually curries from 300 to
400 Japanese ench trip, hut lt is sulci
thut ngeiits of the steamship company
weio imnblo to seouie more tjinu three
to tnko passage on the steamer.
The Japanese did not cnio to pay
the passage money to come to this
port whin It wnj not certain that the)
would be permitted to laud.
During four eais ending December
31, 1900, an nrea of 24,823 acres ut pub
lic land In this Tenltory was dealt out
to hoiuesteiideis In 192 holdings. About
GO ncies wns the aveinge of each set
Secretin) Atkinson has taken quite
n llttlo Intel est In the' land settlement
piohlcm and bus kept u memorandum
vvlilc b Is quite Intel CBtlng to glnnco
S, Tnl.cnoiic hi, lepiesentlug the Osa
Uu Meicuntllc Kteanislilp Company Is
at picscul In Si attle Ho states that
tho puipn.K of his vldt to the uoilli
westeru illy is In look Into the estab
lishing or 11 steamship senile between
flsitloi. .Inti.iti nml mtim, llnliotllltlt I'll-
,c coast pint It Is understood that
Takenniichl has planned a conference
with J. J Hill, tho promoter of tho
Oicnt. Nnithein. The Jnpaueso Mall
Steamship Company are the agents nf
the Ureal Noil hem in Japan.
How ilo Anii'iicnrr! uronounco 'tlio
name of their countrj Tho nencl
mantei of a school In England sas It
H "UmmmrucKuiju '
rnreflll WIltclllllMl ICirSO Oil tllO pUHOllOI 1110 WlSl Will nnu 'IFSUIIIlcni.
' tnuUkibAMJiimMifaft tl1
So ll THIIIIITOUV 01' HAWAII.
nil IIT 01 I, AM) IIIKIIHTltATION.
ICItlllKlllV 01' HAWAII It) LAU
RA A t'OSH llllIHTHi: miller
Hi. Will n( J. II CO.SUYl O.V
MH.t.A, I'HMANt 1,111,11, KI1A.
M (), Klll.i: (w) nml Ltl.t
Kill. Children of AfWAKHOI.II
MOKO (w) of Klpnhulu, Maul:
ANNIIJ KKKII'li Till? BANK 01'
HAWAII, I.TIJI YOU.NH YAUi
I.I'M MAN, JOHN K KAHAWA1;
CIIPNO I.I'Nl COUNTY 01' OA
III" hy CIIAItl.KH Hl'STACIJ, JR.,
ns Chnlriunli of the llonnl of Hit
perlsorsi KIIAIII. HOKAKU;
l'Al'AICA; KKAI.OIIA; THRRITO
11Y 01' HAWAII by K. C. I'KTHUS
ns Altmncy (lenernl; CRIIBWKI.l.
l'All.l.HT ItOOKhJ nml HOWARD
AMHROSK HARDY. THIIBTi:i
, under the Will of T C. II. ROOKH;
i .Mrs. h. A COM'.Y. TIIUSTIJIJ un
iler the Will of J II CONI2Y; AU
WAHIIOI.UMOKO nnd lo AM.
I whom It may concern
I Whereas, n petition lins been pro-
tented to nnld Court by BAMUIX
P.MIKKIt in reelster nnd confirm Ills
,....------ ------- - i. .... ..
' Htlo in tlio roliowing ucscnucii ihu i.
Beginning at an Iron pin on tli
' South-west side of Nuunnii Avonue,
,nt the West corner of Nuuanu Ave-
Stc-'I1U0 ntl,i n Juno known ns "Jack
Ijhip." the true nilmulh nnd dls-
,,,. .. .ni.i iriln ,.n to Rose-
.,, ., Hln,,, ...a 314. 22'.
1144.2 feet; to Pnuoa Trig. Station
2r,r." 00 30": to Puownlna Trig.
Stntlon 14' 39' 30"; nml running, by
(1) 37 CO', 293. -I feet, along Nuu
H2 25', 263. 0 feet, nlong 8tonn
wall, nlong Ap. 1, of L. C. A.
C10 to T. C. II. Rookoj
147 G.V, 80. feat, along same;
232 B&', 31B. feet, along Co-
331 00', 259.5 feet, along Lnno
to tho Initial point;
Containing nn nrcn of 2.03 Acres,
n llttlo nioro or less, being n portlo-i
ot Apnna 1 ot I.. C. A. C325 to M.
Kcknuonoht for Hanlelca, In Nlolopt,
on Nuuanu Avenue, Honolulu.
You nre hereby cited to appear nt
the Court of Lnncf Registration, to
bo held nt Honolulu, Island of Oaliu,
on tho 11th day of April, -A. V., 1907,
1 at one o'clock nnd thirty minutes In
the afternoon, to show cause, It any
liou linvc, why the pra)cr of said pe
tition should not bo granted. And
unless you appear at said Court nt
tno tlmo nnd placo aforesaid your de
fault will bo recorded, and the snld
petition will bo taken ns confessed,
and Jon-will bo foretcr barred from
contesting said petition or any de
cree entered thereon.
Witness, PHILIP I.. WHAVHn. Ka
nulie, Judgo of snld Court, this 6th
day of March In the yenr nineteen
hundred nnd seven.
Attest with Seal of snld Court.
(Seal) W. L. HOWARD.
3034 Mar. 7, 14, 21, 28.
In tiih circuit counT op thk
Second Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
In Probnto; nt Chombora. In the
Mutter ot tlio Kstnto ot Manuel (Ion
ralvcs alias Co.in.ues, lato of Lnhnlna,
Mnul, ileceuscd. Beforo Judgo Ko
polkal. Order of Notice of Potitlon
for Allowanco ot final Accounts and
Dtschnrgo In this Ustnte. On rend
ing nnd filing tho potitlon nnd ac
counts of A. N. Hnysclilcn, Executor
t . .. . . ...... . -.,. .
JMnnuol aonsnhcs nllas Coaiiues, lato
ot Lnhnlna, Maul, deceased, wherein
ho asks to bo allowed JSC3.C7 an I
ho charges himself with 11173.38.
anil asks that tho sanio mny bo ox
amlnccl and approved, nnd that a
final ordor may bo mndo of distribu
tion ot tho property remaining In his
hands to tho persons thoreto entttlod,
and discharging him and his sure
ties from all further responsibility
ns such executor, It Is ordered that
Monday, the 8th day of April, A. D.
1907, at 10 o'clock a. m. before tho
Judgo of said court at the court
room ot tho Bald court at Walluku,
Island of Maul, no und tho same here-i
by Is appointed as tho tlmo and
placo for healing said petition and
accounts, and that all persons Inter
ested may thon and thero appear and
show causo, It any thqy have, why
tho samo should not bo granted, and
may present evidence ob to who are
entitled to the said property. And
that notice of this order, In tho Kn
glUh language, bo published In tho
Evening Bulletin, a dally newspaper
printed and published In Honolulu,
for three successive weeks, the last
publication to bo not less than two
weeks previous to the time therein
nppolnted for said hearing.
Dated at Wnlluku, Maul, this
20th day of february, 1907.
(Sd.) A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judgo ot the Circuit Court ot the
(Sd.) EDMUND H. HART,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of tho
3G2S-feb. 28; Mar, 7, 14, 21.
Dp. T. Uemura,
Physician and Surgeon; Specialist
eye diseases. Office, Ilorotanla near
Nuuanu. Hours: 8 to 11 a, m 7 to
8 p, in. Telephone Main 420, Offlco
King nr Alupal; hours: 1 to ,1 p.m.
Telephone Whltu 4U.
card en ilia at
the Bulletin offic.