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NOTICE OF SALE OF GENEBA1
LEASES OF 'AGRICULTURAL
LAUDS AT LAUFAHOEHOE.
WELOKA AND KAIAAKEA,
At twelve o'clock noon, Monday,
June 8, 19US, at trie front entrance
of tlie Judiciary litilldlng, Honolulu,
there will be cold at public miction,
under tlie Provisions of Part f, Land
Act 1S95, ami of Sections 278-285 In
clusive, Ilovlsed l.nws of Hawaii,
General Lenses of tlio following de
1, Lands of I.aupahoohoe-'Wclo-ka,
comprising thu lands of Wo-loka-Pneolie,
Kaiiehu 2, Kniiohu 1,
Kant Moannlnhi, West Moanalulu,
Knlwllahllnhl, Papaaloa, Kllialanl,
Kllatt and Latipnlioelioe, and confut
ing of 3,132 acres more or less, agri
cultural land, said land being situat
ed at Laupaliochoe, Island of Hawaii.
Term of I.oiiro, ten (10) years from
May 1, 1909.
Upset icntul, $S,ldG.40 per annum,
payable neinl-iinmially in advance.
Tli I j Lease will bo sold reserving
to Hid outgoing tenant the prlvllcgo
of harvesting crops growfug on the
land on May 1, 1909, tlio outgoing
tenant being required to pay for
HtirliprlWIoKo to tlie Inconiliii? tenant
mi amount equal to tlio rent per aero
paid by such incoming tenant piupcir
tloncd lo tlio tlmu icqulicd to com
plete such harvesting.
2. Lnnda of Kalankea, consisting
of 100 acicu more or less, agricultur
al land, tinld land being situated near
Lanpahochne, Island of Hawaii.
Teim of Lease, eight (8) years
f i inn May 1, 1908.
llpset lentnl, ?:::in,00 per annum,
payable scnit-aunually In advance.
Tlio lessees will be allowed to cut
f i oin thu premises such trees ns may
bo necessary to. provide fence pos.to
for constructing and maintaining tlio
femes retjnlred under thu terms and
conditions of these leases.
The (lo eminent also excepts und
reserves from till of tlio nbovo tracts
nil roads, trails, and rights-of-way,
The usual reservations regarding
land rcqtilicd by the Government for
settlement or public purposes will bo
embodied in each of tlio ubovo leases.
For plans and full particulars, ap
ply at the offlco of the undersigned,
Judiciary Building, Honolulu, or nt
tlio ofllco of the Sub-Agent nt llllo,
on tlio Island of Hawaii.
JAS. W. PRATT,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Honolulu, Oahu. T. H.. May 7, 1903
3998 May 9, 10, 23, 30; June C.
Boys from the
will be in de
mand at all
EDQEWORTH and QB0ID Tobaccos
The only two good smoking
Tobaccos in the Market.
and MYRTLE CIOAR STORE.
to join the Harrison Mutual Associa
tion while the Special Dispensation
is in force. See J. H. T0VNSEND,
Sec, Kapiolani Building.
WHEN IS THAT
VICTOR .Coming Into Your Home?
BERQSTR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.
I'm BU 44 for unntaai
1rrhtlB tr alriulMf
a.01 Miawiit umiMwraH-t
.-iiauai, ! uinit
9ltr ! Dam.
(Laid Uj IftrRnUll.
Honolulu has well gained the repu
tation of beli a cloan city. The only
way we can maintain same Is by keep
ing at work.
U rVl JM4.
Vk f. S. A. 3F
Makes Good Blood
Prick your skin
with n noodle.
You will soo
l.f If L A
lull of $$
Ulch and I
puro? Or I
en tlio skin
pustulos, salt-rboum, bolls, carbun
cloi, and other sores. Tliesa simply
toll of somothlng bad down iloop la
the blood itself. Ointments, waskoi,
powders and cosmotlcs will uot reach
tlieovll. You must tako out all Im
purlttos from tho systora with
and then sea how quickly tho skin
troublos will disappear.
As now nimle, Aycr' fSarstt'
IHirltUt contains no alcohol.
Thero are many imitation
Be suro you get "Ayer's."
tntmi It Dr. I. C. Ayor & Co., 1 1 Mhi., U.S..
m up stock
The capital stock of tho Hawaiian
I'llue Co., Ltd., has been raised from
S'Miun lo $irU,llilil. This una decided
on nt tho annual meeting of tho stock-
holdeis last Tliuisday afternoon. Thu
Block will flist bo offered to the pies
cut stockholders In pioportlun to their
Kuieinl homings. Over 000 acres of
new planting was recently done In iit
per llnneno, where tho work Is being
pushed abend to coor thu area (it
1S0U acres with sisal, ami thu gulches
with forest Uees. The sales of tho
company weio greater than In any of
the pieilouo years. The machinery of
tho company, which has been i edited,
will soon get busy as COO acres of ma
tured plnnta aro ready to bo utilized.
Tho odlceiH of thu Hawaiian Sisal
Company aro: Cecil Drown, president;
M. P. Iloblnson, Icu president; Wal
ter C. Weodon, secretary and tioasur
or L. Teimey Peck, auditor; Win.
Wclnrlch, Jr., plantation manager.
Tho ICamchnmeha Schools will
hold their commencement exercises
beginning next week, the piogram
being ns follows:
Saturday, May 30th, nt 3:30 p. m.
Joint Class Day, Kamchamehn
Schools, nt Kamchamehn dirts'
School. (Dy card only.)
Saturday, Juno Cth, at 8 p. m.
Class Reunion, 1905, manual dining
Sunday, Juno "tli, at 11 a. m.
r.irewcll Scimon, Bishop Memorial
Monday, June 8th, nt 3 p. m. Clns3
Day, School for Hoys, Pieparatory
Tuesday, Juno 9th, nt 8 p. m. Joint
Commencement Kxerclses, Ulshop
Wednebday, Juno 10th, nt 0:30 p.
m. Alumni Heiinlun nnd Luau, Man
ual Dining Hall. (Dy card only.
"PRIDE AND PREJUDICE."
The character of Mr. nnd Mrs. Hon-
net In tho play, aro peihups with thu
exception of that or Mr. Wickluini, tho
most difficult of Interpretation In that
tney requlro tho faculty of creating
parts nllon to tho characters of those,
to whom they have been assigned, Mr.
Dennett being an odd mixture of quick
par's, sarcastic liumor. reserve and
capilco, and his wife, u woman ol
mean understanding. Ilttlo Informa
tion, and tiiicoilnln temper, when sho
was discontented, tho fancied hcrbolf
nonous. The solaco of her llfo was
Wsltlng nnd nows; Its business was to
geth cr daughters married. Therefore
Iho prospect of a ball meant without
any doubt In her mind, opportunities
for her girls to meet cllglblu men, for
to ho fond of dancing was, in her
mind, n coitnlu step towards falling
Thoro will bo n Sunday band con.
ccit itt Muki'o Island at 3 p. m. Fol
lowing is tno piogrnm:
"Tho Old Hundred."
OuMtura "Colubrntlon" lloln
Ilallud "Adelaide" Ileethovoii
Mlkcreio "II Tiovatoro" (by re
quest , Verdi
Selection "II Tiovatoro" (by ro-
Vocal Hawaiian songs...nr. by Dorgor
selection "A .Morning Parade' ..
"Slavonic Ditnco" Dvorak
"Poinp und Circumstance" .... Elgar
"Tho Star Spangled Hanncr."
LUDINOTON-In Honolulu, May 30,
1008, to Mr. und Mrs. C. C. Liidlng.
ton, a son,
"Peanuts of tho Hour" Drldgo
water's hot toasted. Hotel, nboio
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nv ' 'vvim
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"Saul" Interpreted by Mrs. M'Coy
Hubert llrownlng's great dramatic
lyric "Saul" was splendidly Interpre
ted Inst evening by Mrs. Katlierlno
Oliver McCoy, before a large audi
ence nt Zcnobln.
The striking picture of the shep
herd David ministering to tho melan
choly king was vividly brought be
foro tho audience, and tho majesty
mid music of the poem given its full
est expression. I
Mis. McCoy Interspersed the dif
ferent paits of the poem with Ilium-'
Inattng bits of iinal)Kls which proved,
her a careful student of the gient'
poet as "ill ns n gifted reader. I
David's attempt lo sootha Saul's
mental sufferings with music and ,,
song sho compared to the methods of
modern mental specialists, and des
Ignaled U.ivld ns tlio proprietor or
tho llrst mental sanatorium. Toledo!
Times, March 10. .
Mrs. Katlierlno McCoy will give n,
scries of six recitals. In Honolulu the
early part of July.
College Club Meets
Tlie uonego uitiii was entcrtnineu
Inst Saturday lij the Pumihou mem
bers of the Club nt tho beautiful
homo of Mrs. Orlllltlm on College
Hills. After n short business meet
ing a delicious supper was served on
IhnJnnal while thu guests enjoyed
tho sunset nnd u most Interesting
talk by Mrs. llenpy, who has recent
ly returned from Kuropc. Mrs. Ilea
py lovleucd the days spent In Ath
ens, und her personal nnecdotes ami
Impressions Hindu what sho said dou
bly Interesting. Mis. Welts of Wnl
lilku, who has recently returned
from Japan, was the oilier guest-of-houor.
HILO. Hawaii, May 2S. Last
evening theru was n pleasant reun
ion nt the Demosthenes Hotel, when
n number of tbn friends of Captain
Oeo. II. Pierce, who has been agent
of the Mntson Navigation Company
In llllo for more than two years, met
to bid hi in bon voyage nnd wish him
good luck. Captain Plcrco has re
signed his position hero nnd will
leavo on tho Enterprise today for
San Francisco. As an Incident of
the ovcnlng a binocular was given to J
the captain by his friends, Toastmas-;
tcr V. McKay, Jr., making n few
kindly remarks which were heartily
endorsed. The glasses nre unusually
strong nnd clear, nnd tho case In
which thoy are fitted bears tho fol
lowing Inscription: "Capt. Qco. II.
Pierce, from Business Men, Hllo, Hn
wnll, as u Memento of Cordial Rela
tions; May, 1908."
Those present to meet Captain
Pierce wero H. V. Patten, Adam
Lindsay, P. A. Mcdcalf, E. II. Austin,
J. D. Kennedy, W. Vannatta, E. E.
Richards, W. McKay, Jr., J. Fitz
gerald, W. II. C. Campbell, C. Hud
son, J. Itoss, W. T. Daldlng, E. P.
Patten, Captain I). O. Nllson, It. T.
Guard, A. M. Hums, O. II. Vicars.
J. T. Mor, C. Castcndyk, C. It. Duck
land, E. P. Nichols, C. C. Ktnnedy,
J. D. Eaton. A. M. Wilson, II. T.
IJnldlng, J. Watt, E. N. Holmes, Q. A.
Cool, Dr. Schooling, nnd Captain J.
Lust evening Mr. Alfred D. Cooper
gnvo a most enjoyable stag dinner at
tho rcsldenco of his parents in Mnnnn.
Tho, guests wero Messrs. Alfred L.
Dlackman, Spencer DIckcrton, William
Cordon, J. Duiwcnt Kennedy, H. V.
Mitchell, It. A. Ilobhlns, E. W. Sutton,
William Warren, Guilford Whitney.
Tho table was luvUhly decorated with
Mrs. Clarence Macfarlanc nnd her
daughter, Mrs. Schiiltzyof Now York,
will soon ha In HonoHlu lor the sum
Dr. and Mrs. Lunghom nro guests
for.thn present nt tho Young hotol,
hut nre on tho lookout for u sultablo
Mr. nnd Mrs. Cllvu Davles gavo
beautiful dinner on Thursday evening
at Qrnlgshlo In honor of Captain und
St. Andrew's Priory celebrated Its
llBt anniversary on Thursday, tho
28th. Thoro was n church service in
tho morning and tlio girls spent tho
afternoon nt Walklkl enjojlug tho
Mrs. .Ionics Cnstlo and Mrs. Walter
II. Urlnckuihoff hnvo cards out for im
"at homo" at Kalnnlu on Thursday af
ternoon, Juno fourth, from half past
four until liulf past six.
nir. nnu airB. . k. virgu gave a
most Interesting nnd unlqiio entertain
ment nt tho Young Hotel Inst evening.
Thoie wns n large audlonco who list
ened with tho greatest attontlon to
Mrs. Virgil's Interpretation of hor hus
band's lecture. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil
hnvo music schools all ovor tho world,
and his fumuus method is recognized
as both wonderful nnd practical. Mrs.
Virgil Is mi exceedingly young nnd nt
trnctlvo woman, and Mr. Virgil a moat1 nnd Informal openings nt tho differ
distinguished looking man. Tho pro-' cut houses aro very much enjoyed,
gram was as follows: J
I. (a) Praeliullum MacDowelt A cablo received from Mrs. F
I. Lecture Part
1. "Kilucatlon In
3. Technical Illustrations.
(a) Velocity Scalo Study.
(b) Expression Scale Study.
(c) Chord Study.
Id) Studies No. 29 and 3S Op
4. (a) IlomnncQ Scliumnnn
(b) Moto pcrpetuo Weber
B. Kiom Klower to Klowcr ....Kullak
C. Lecture Part II.
T. Technical Illustrations
(n) Expression Chord Study,
(b) Octiuo Study.
8. Ilomntico Mokrcjs
Polonaise 13 major Liszt
Mr. nnd Mrs. Pnxlon, who aro now
domiciled In tho residence of Mrs.
jjabel Wing Castlo, aio so enamored
0( Manon that they have leased the
oleum place, ttherb the Ilergs aro. for
ti term uf months.
Col. A. O. Hawes Is expected to ar
rive In the Siberia and will spend sev
eral months nt Sans Solid with Mrs.
Mrs. Henry Wnterhouso gave a tea
on Thursday for Miss Eleanor Wood.
Mr. and Mrs. Cllve D.iks enter
tained at dinner on Thursday ocnlng
at Cralgsldo In honor of Captain nnd
Among tho pleasant little dinners of
the week was tho one glien nt tho
llrltlsh Consulate on l'riiliiy evening
for Doctor and Mrs. Iliiiuphrls and
Judge and Mrs. Stauto
Mlsn Adelo Morgan was tlio Mir
prised recipient of an evlenslvo linen
shower on Tuesday ouiiIiik, ninny of
her young friends taking this delight
fill way of expressing their affection
for this much-liked young woman.
Mrs. Mary Ounn's fnnc dress party
nt thu Monna hotel on the evening of
Juno 13th Is being eagerly looked for
ward to. After 10 o'clock thero will
bo general dancing nnd until then the
little ones will liavo the Moor.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Wells and Miss
Laura Wells wero returning passen-
gers in the Manchuria from thu Orient,
where they have had n delightful time.
Mrs. C. Ward and family are ex
pected to return from Duiopo In tho
General nnd Mrs. Pratt, who have
been guests nt tho Pleasanton, sailed
In tho Manchuria for their homo In
Colorado. They have been much en
tertained and liked.
Mrs. W. II. Hlco entertained nt LI-
hue for her youngest grandson, aged
two years, on lait Wednesday week.
All the youngsters of Llhuo had a
glorious good time romping and play
ing their childish games, surrounded
by admiring relatives.
The Oulld and Woman's Auxiliary
held n very lniortant and interesting
meeting with Mrs. von Holt on Judd
street, Monday nftTiincn.
Canon anti Mr.i Vslitirni u'.d fam
ily aro spending n few days on Tun
talus at tho John Walorhouso place.
They can ho re.n'ted by telephone.
On Friday, June 12th, tho Dramatic
Club of Oahu Ciillego will glvo J ano
Austin's much read "Prldo nnd Pre
judice." It will glo nn opportunity of
quaint dressing and staging which
modern plays cannot but envy.
Many Honolulu people gravitate to
tho Hotel Francis In Siui Francisco,
under Uio management of James
Woods. It Is perfectly up-to-date
and well maifagcd.
Mrs. Allan Ilottomlcy Is expected to
arrive next week after an nbscuco of
Of Interest Is Iho following clipping
from Washington "Largest of thu
danues of the Spring season was that
given by Mr. nnd Mrs, Thomas T. Gaff,
In honor of tho first wedding mini
verbary of their dniightcr und son-in-law,
Doctor and Mrs. Cary Laughorno.
It was also a farewell entertainment,
as Doctor Langhorno Is nbout to bo
transferred from his post of duty In
thu Capital to Honolulu. Tho Gaff
resldenco Is one of tho handsomest In
tho city and nil the joungser sot wcio
present nt tho dance."
Mis. Seidell Kingsbury was tho
charming hostess of a brldgo tea on
Lunkalin, the beautiful country seat
of tho C. M. Cookes, wob tho sccno on
Thursday of a most enjoyable, lunch
eon. Tho guests numbered ovor thir
ty. Tho younger sot nro cagorly try
ing tho Ilnrn Dance and tho social
Burke More Worried .Over Shooting
Honuakau Than Latter Is For j
HILO, Hawaii, May 2S. Early on I
Sunday morning Ulchnrd Honuakau
was shot in the fleshy part of the
leg by Solomon Ilurke, night clerk nt
the police station. Ilurke vent to
work at midnight, his usual hour,
leaving his wife nnd a young brother
nt home In Pmieo. Tho boy wns
aroused by hearing a noise In his
biother's bedroom nnd, Investlgntlng
on his own account, found that Mis.
Ilurke had suniu visitors. Ho nt once
hurried to the police station and told
thu clerk, his brother, upon whose
arrival nt home thu visitors made n
run for It. IluiKc took shots In tho
dark and legged Hoiiunkait.
Deforo Judge Irwin, on Monday,
Klchard Honuakau und Edith Kc
aloha pleaded guilty to a chargu of
udultcry. As It was n prearranged
affair, the prosecution asked for n
severe sentence. Richard wns mulct
ed In ?fi0 nnd costs, Edith In $3 and
coits. Richard promptly paid his
own line and left Edith to go to Jail.
In the caso of two other visitors to
the house Henry Nal.apuahl nnd
Mrs. Can In Unburn, nolle prows
were entered. Richard llonual.au
doei not even possess the bullet ni n
memento of the occasion or lo show
for his $."U line, ns that was cut out
uf his leg on Sunday morning ami
added to Dr. Caldwell's collection of
Solomon Ilurke has Instituted pro
ceedings for u divorce. Ho recently
came here with l,l:i family from Ko
hnla and Is ti young man of good ed
ucation und training. lie probably
feels much more regret nt Injuring
Huniiukau than thu latter docs nt
breaking up tho Ilurke home.
A Curable Disease
Drunkenness la a progressive dis
ease; the moderate drinker Is not sat
isfied with two or three drinks a day.
tho craving for more and more be
comes Irresistible as the disease ad
vances; the result Is Chronic Alcohol
Ism. Tho treatment used successfully by
thousands right in their own homes Is
Drrlne. It Is a scientific cure for
Drunkenness and has given such uni
versal satisfaction thnt It Is Hold
under a poaitlvo guarantee to effect a
i:ure br your money will bo refunded.
This guaranteo Is given in good initu
end is carried out to the letter. Or
line Is not r new remedy; it has bcon
sold by thu leading druggists In every
city for years.
Orrlne No. l'ls the secret remedy,
Orrina No. 2, Is for those willing to
'ake tke treatment. Either form costs
fl.OO. The guarantee Is the same In
either case. Write to The Orrlne Co,
Washington, D. C, for freo treatise
in Drunkenness, mailed in plain
bealed onvelope. Orrlno will bo mailed
.icaled on receipt of price. Sold by the
leading druggists In ever' town ami
city, and in this city by Honolulu
Drug Co., Ltd.
(Speclnl to tho 11 u lie tin)
Wnlluku, Maul, May 30. Tho K.i
liulul hoys gavo n minstrel show at
tho Masonic building, Knhulul, lust
Saturday evening, which wns qulto
largely attended by people from Wnl
luku, Knhulul and Puuncnc, Thn
hits wero qulto funny and the music
all that could bo desired. Tho Ka
hululiins turned out In a body. Those
who attended wero qulto pleased with
the performance of tho boys and all
declared that they hud their money's
worth, ns they laughed mid applaud
ed the witty and catchy remarks of
tho end-men from tho raising of the
curtain until the close. Tho boys re
ceived so much eiirourngomcnt that
there is sonic talk of giving another
s.how In tho not very distant future
when new songs und now local lilts
will bo sung.
Ernest P. Illok.icll of Chicago wan
elected president by the conference
on chiirltleH nnd corrections In ses
sion nt Richmond, Vu.
Kliimp states that sho will arrive In
thu Siberia on Monday, much to tho
surprlsu of her friends, who thought
she would return In tho autumn. Judge
and Mrs. Helilen Kingsbury, who hnvo
been occupying thu Kl.imp residence
will go to tho Alexander Young
hotel on Juno 1st.
On tho 17th nt their apartments
In Washington Judge and Mrs.
Hatch entertained at dinner for Gov
ernor nnd Mrs. Frear, Prince nnd
Princess Knhinlnnaolc, Mr. nnd Mrs.
George McClcUnu, und several oth-
It seems to bo an assured fact that
Mile. Ilfanch Arrol will slug nt tho
Oporn House on her arrival In .the
Maramn. This Is good news, as we
cannot hear too much good music,
Moanalua, the Country Club, base
ball, crlckot, and all outdoor games
will bo greatly enjoyed today, for
! tlio 30th Is ulwas rather accented
g a1 1 b i . wasMrJTTXMttKXuSKi
I A peculiar chemical In Stearns' Ulccttlc Untand Ronctt P&sto
makes rata and mice who have "eaten
I the fitomachj when they cat
&&s small fi?TO2ii..fo 9-7?;Jvsa Jr?i
aMUM iMttfuun aio-r(MkMjiaTAj a fitiwu' irtT
Ihey rush out ol the houso lor water.
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rats. Stearns' Electric Kit an J Roach
In bill di rata nr mnn.w ..Iih-mI
, .v v-.
2 OZ. DOX 230J IO OZ. BOX 5I.OO, & y"f
tali Mrottiill ind jin-il tbnl iwjttim omul tflratl niti'd o riedct It p-ki. ySV$
DUFFALO, U. Y., U.
The Belle of New York I
Never rode in a more com
fortable car than the one I
offer for public use at lowest
prices. Care in management
and discretion in the selection
of roads make this the favor
ite of all public conveyance.
J. A. M'LEOD,
Tel. 244 Public Chaffeur
During the month of March last, a merchant cf HonolJlu died. The
family selected r. burial service exactly similar to that Riven to the
members of the Harrison Mutual Association, and the cost to them vas
In May, another Honolulu citizen died who had been a member of
the Harrison Association for more tliin three years. He received the same
service and good3 as the first man, bit the cost to him was only 510.50
A word to the wise is sufficient.
The Special Disp:nsation continues throitRli tho month of June.
. . i , j ' j . ' ' 1 1 ' , ' "
g rni: iailm ana uk'him aukiotcui
i of HatMUade and Paintod LErtilER
POST CARDS in Hawaiian Views Flowers
5 and Fruits at
Wee&on's Curiosity Bazaar
I Alakea St., bet.
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
- &,&:ibr:&ia:'.. Lml LhjmmL.. tJ-fc. i .y-fr..'.
It feci like a red-hot otovc In
In a few moments they .ift'1'.
J a Mil ,.. km, i.m.1 m(m i .
UUUI W IMM HIIU l.ltV.. l,. I
l. urn -l
- 'jsjf'iin " nic w
i, ,, ,ho ,! -
Pane Is guaranteed fci ft, Z ,
W&t 5 i A
j,-g. . , , , ,
U C Dapper u
loolrir.jj men wear clothes that
have been made to their meas
ure, because thnt is the only
way they can be assured of
pcrfect-fitUnp; nnd stvlish (gar
ments. It Pays To Be Well
Drssscd, especially when it
don't cost any more. Wc make
clothes to your measure at
A SWELL LI1IE of Spring
Suit Lcne tlu just arrived.
BUSINESS 'SUITS $20. up.
TUXEDO SUITS $30. up.
Geo. A. Martin,
King and Merchant