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York by any tteamshlp line to all European portt.
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OCEANIC 0. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
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Co., and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
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CHINA MAY 24
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"ERiCAN-HAWAlIAN S. S. CO
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Prom IVew Vorlc to Honolulu
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The itnderslKlied luuliiK been duly
nppolutrd the Administration nf the
Kstnto f llllilomt NiiUI, Into of Will-'
lnu, Mnlnknl, County of Mnul, Torrl-
'''t'tru ,o . ..er.,
ons to preient their claims iiRnlnst
the estate of said I Itkloiin Nnkl, do
ceased, duly mtthcntlcnted, whether
pccured by mortgage, or otlirrwlsp, to
the undersigned nt lib) offke nt I'll
koo, Moloknl, aforesaid, within six
months from the tlatc hereof, or they
will be forever-barred.
And all persons Indebted to said
estate nrc hereby requested to makp
Immediate payment to the undersiz
ed. IMtcd ,lukoo, Molokal, April II,
Administrator of the Estate of HI
klona Nakl, decpaspd.
3GG8 Apr. 10, 23, 30: May 7.
NOTICE TO "CREDITORS.
The lindcrvlKtiod having boon duly
appointed Administrator of tho es
Into of JOHN .1. DOWKK, deceased,
UKUIIIIY rIvm NOTICE to nil cred
itors of wild estnto to prevent their
claim duly iiuthcntlrnted und with
proper vouchers, If any exist, even
thnuph tho clnlm lie secured by inort
page on real estnte, to III in nt his f
I'ce, "9 Mcrcliunt Hired, Cnniphell
Hlocls, llonolulii, within six months
Iroin this tho lfith day of April, An
no Domini, 190", or they will he for
And nil debtors of Kalil estate will
make punctual payment to the un
dersigned. I II. limtNETTH.
Administration of the Estate of
John J. Dower, d creased.
.10fi8 Apr. 10, 23, SO; May 7.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit. Territory of llnwall.
At Chambers; In Probate. In the
Mntter of the Estate of John F. An
derson. Order for Notice of Hear
lug 1'etltlon for l'robate of Will. A
document purporting to he the last
will and testament of John F. Ander
son, deceased, Having on tno 1st day
of April,, A. I). 1H07, been presented
to said 1'iobate Court, and u petition
for the probate thereof, and for tho
Issuance of letters testamentary to
Andiew E. Cox nnd C. M. Cooko hav
ing been filed by Andiew E. Cox, It
Ic hereby ordered that Monday, the
0th day of May, A. D. 1007, at 10
o'clock n. ni of said day, at tho
rourt room of said court, at Hono
lulu, be and tho same hereby Is ap
pointed tho time nnd place for prov
ing said will nnd hearing said npp'l
cation. It Is further ordered that
notice theieof ho given, by publica
tion onto ii week for three success
he weeks, in tho Eentng Bulletin,
a newspaper published In tho En
glish language, tho last publication
to he not less than ten dio pre
vlouu to tho time therein nppolnted
Dated nt Honolulu, April 2d, 1907.
(Sgd.) V. .1. IIOIIINSON.
Third Judgo of the Circuit Court
Attest: (Sgd.) L. P. SCOTT.
Clerk Circuit Court, First Cir
cuit. 3G!iG Apr. 2, 9, 10. 23.
A number of fine, large
to be teen at our stables.
Tel. Main 109
137 MERCHANT 8TREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and Other Desirable Localities.
HOMES FOR SALE
ON WILDSR and CULICK AVES.
No Reasonable Offer Refuted.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kcwalo. Telephone Blue 3151.
Illaik hooks of nil sorts, ledgers,
clr. inaniifnctniod by tho nnllctln Pub
Impeach Holloway, $ays
Mahelona, In Warm
Enough Information has (sized out
to warrant n bpllof Hint Expert Sehuy
ler's report on the Nuttnmt dam sit
uation will he favorable to the ina
bility of the dam, the location and
ether side-Issues connected theiu-
Hut that will not und the matter
by u Jugful).
Tho members of the Legislature,
It Is said, nre going to make an at
tack on the contract-letting part of
It. Special attention will be devoted
to the loose manner of dishing out
public funds on public schemes und
on this dam scheme In particular, it
Is also whispered that they may sur
round the (lovurnor with large gobs
of sadness for thwarting the express
ed desires of tho 1 105 l.eglslatiue.
A strong protest hits been leielved
ft out, S. Mabelonn, chnliinan of tho
Public Lauds Committee of the luufi
House, in which Mahelona claims
that Superintendent Ilollojvay should
ho Impeached for the shaiu he took
In the dam a flair.
In his protest Mahelona goes Into
the matter very thoroughly, pointing
out nil Instances of deviations of
funds from the (.perilled object for
which the funds were nppioprlated.
He sayr, In his protest, In part:
"Mr Holloway took the matter In
to his own hands nnd openly violat
ed the express directions of tho
Home by taking tho money which
was appropriated for the seeming of
pine spring water to the building of
this leservotr In Nuiianu valley,
which the House had tefused to
sanction. Such u high-handed pro
cedure ought to subject Holloway to
Impeachment nnd the work rhould
have been slopped nt IIb very Incep
tion by Injunction. No one. however,
Mcmcd to want to take the Initiative
und mi the people's iniiney has not
only been spent In dliect violation
of the Legislature, hut If the reports
nte truo with reference, to the con
struction of tills dam, it has been
squandered, und, worse thnu all, life
and ptoperty jcopnidlzcd to a fright
"Mr. Hollowny's purported state
ment that it was the committee only,
who turned down tho iippioprlatlnn
for Nuiianu dam Is not true, us the
committee report was unanimously
adopted by the House of Representa
tives of tho last Legislature."
Old Band Leader
Heads Parade at 84
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ENTERTAINS PAR IV
AT WAIHEE DITCH
(Special to The Bulletin)
Wnllul.il, Maul, April 19. Uist Sun
day morning a lonipany of tallies und
tientlemeu from Wnlluku, Wnlknpu,
nnd Knhulut were the guests of Jan.
1. Tiivlor. tho ilvll hjilraullc engineer,
nt Wnllne Valley. The lompniiy con
sisted of Jas. T. Til) lor, Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Wrenn, Mr, nnd Mrs. W. II.
Field, Mr. nnd .Mrs. C. M. Roberts, Mr.
While of Hnlku, Master Robeite, and
Jns. N. K. Keola. The band of moun
taineers tenrhed the famous Elellc
falls about noon nnd after resting for
half an hour, an excellent luncheon,
the halidlnork ofthe ladles, was served
to the hungry travelers, who by that
time had almost tho appetite of u hip
popotamus. Elclle?u pla-o noted In llnwallnn leg
ends, was no longer on that day the
dashing pool of pure crvstal waters It
used to he, nnd tho "will holhol lnu-1"
(waters of ascending tl-lemes) has
temporarily lost Its legendary signif
icance, for the pool vvns as smooth as
n mill pond nnd therefore unable to
bring back the tl-leuves which were
I In own Into II. nils Is occasioned by
tho construction of a temporary il.im
lit its head In divert the waters for the
present b) u clieulloiis inula until It
meets Ilia stleuiu ngaln sevcial bun
dled ftet below, so that the Japanese
working nt tho wnterlieads may bo en-
nbled to put up u (onrietu ilam und
vviiteihend through which the water
will enter the tlnee miles of tunnels
lending from Walhre Vullej to Will
luku. While the visitors weio Miniewluit
disappointed at rinding the pond iiulcs
cent that dav, n feeling of deep satis
faction prevailed on the assurance of
the civil nglneer that the waters will
soon Im turned Into Klelle again, for
It in an much an net of vandalism to
divert these waters us It is to divert
the wateis of Niagara Falls Into other
channels, at least to leslilents of Maui
Count), for places of historic nssoela
ttoliH will bit most zealously guaided
! Its citizens.
After luncheon the happy band of
would-be nlplno climbers made prepa
rations for the homeward Jouiney. The
i.i . i
lioises weie brought hack by trustwor
thy native guides provided by Mr.
Tajlov, while the visitors relumed
liome by way of the tunnels, master
pieces of the civil engineer's skill.
Four tiinuel.i weio Inspected, aggre
gating over a mile In length the long
est 2IIIU feet und the shortest 320 net.
The tunnels me nil cemented on the
Hour and also on the sides to picvent
peicolntlon through loose cat Hi nnd
locks. The toim being of hard
canlc lock several thousand enrs old,
uo bracing with heavy timbers was Ing 1 1 hours,
needed. The cement Mooring was fi'il When the party cmeiged from theso
leet wide while tho sides were CV4 feet dark iccesses, they felt us If they had
high. Many remarked their surprise Just returned from the loner regions,
nt finding cement walks hero which I end were glad to sen the light of day
for vvnrkimitibhlp were superior to the 'again. Itulu In gentle drops noon came
Wnlluku cement sidewalks. The tun- nnd tho merry band of alpine climbers
pels were na dark as Erebus Itself and 'got on their steeds and dashed for their
tho gentlemen of the varty carried respective homes, each wishing Mr.
torches made of bamboo filled with Taylor a billllant future und that his
oil and provided with wicks, so that great engineering uiidertnklng may
the ladlea might not come Into con- bring him both health mid wealth.
Says Pacific Squadron
Will Probably Come
In an Interview with Ilear-Admlral
Ilrownson, who Is a passenger on the
Siberia, en route to the mainland for
shoto duty, ho is of a very decided
opinion that If maneuvers of the Pa-
clllc ileet nro made Hawaii win cer
tainly he olio of the ohjertlvo points.
Admiral Ilrownson tinned over tho
coiiimnnd of the Asiatic Ileet lo Ad
ml tit l)atou und hauled down his Hag
two days before leaving tho Far East.
Admiral Dayton Is now In supiemn
command of every warship In 1'aclllc
The fighting force now under Admir
al Da.vton consists of .12 wnrkhlps of
all tales, currying -100 orflcots mid In
the neighborhood of 900U men.
Admlial Ilrownson has outers to re
tort at Washington, nnd sas he has
not the sllghtei-t Idea what they np
going to do with him.
The Admiral spent his time ashoie
visiting Admiral Very, depaitlug on
the Slbeilu last evening.
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulls
il.' and the Weekly Edition, gives
concise ana comoiett retume of all lt
qI notlctt, callt for tenders, Judg
ment!, building permits and real es
tate transaction!. Evening Bulletin)
7!i6 Per month. Weekly Bulletin,
tact with sonio rocky projections. Mr.
Wicun was so assiduous In his atten
tion In this respect that he paid more
attention to the safely of the ladles
(like the true ehlvalious gentleman he
was) nnd less to the tocky projections
I lorn tho top of the tunnels, and the
consecpienco was his foiehead showed
oscillatory Imjulnts made either by
volcanic rocks or Iron pyrites which
r-iilu. iiti.l III ftu.iit. ttinnil!C M'nl nioliablv
the latter for Mr. Tavlor declared tn.it
the attraction of these pyrites for tho
magnet vailed from .1 to 7 degrees.
When completed these tunnels will
nipply water for the Walliiku Sugar
Compnnv nod ihe Hawaiian Commer
cial & Sugar Company. 7-12ths for Ihe
loinier mid r-l2ths for the latter cor
poration, and tills will be accomplished
l.y allowing the II. C. & S. Co. to uso
lwnler from tunnels for ten hours while
the W. S. Co. lue water for the renmlii-
Mr. Q. I. Partridge, of
Franklin, Mass., who is in
his 84th year, led his fa
mous band through the
streets of Cambridge at the
head of the Knights Tem
Mr. Partridge has played
the fife since he was 13
years old, and at the time
of the Civil War was ap
pointed to recruit the regi
mental band of the 18th
and had charge of the field
music. Later he helped to
recruit Neal Dow's famous
In an interview Mr. Par
"Last April I took a cud Jen cold, and I wat
laid tin with n uralgia in my ihouldcr, which
brought cm fever and took anay my appetite,
but by uslne DufTy'i Pure Malt Whiskey I
but by uslnL' Dufly's Pure Malt Whisk
rame out all tiiilit. nnd on Memorial Day !
rame nut all rmlit. nnd on Memorial Day I was
Icadinir inv hand s:ul i mwn. as well. I think
Vur M-lt Whiikey Ii jmt the medicine to tone
up and i.eep up the (trcruth of old people.
" lltipinc; your incdiciii: vtill p'ove beneficial
to others, I ran truly reronimend It as a valua
ble help." CS I. PARTRIDGE, Franklin,
Mass., Sept. 1st, 1906. ,
Despite his advanced use, Mr, Partridge can
ttill do as (,'ood work as men two score years
, . U'Jtfc.jfc..J'.Ai'jBt Wi. - . .
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