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EVEfMO BULLETIN, HONOtAJLU, T. II., HIIDAY, JAN. 8, 1509.
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Succcsa In btnincss is the truest sign of public
Appreciation and Anproral. -Our business for the past
year Ins demonstrate! th.it our system, our shoes, and
our prices have m:t with that approval that is reflect
ed in public patronage.
. This year will be no exception; and by honest and
proper attention t the wants of our patrons, we fully
expect to close 1029 as successfully as we have 1003.
Mclnerny SHoe Store
M.R. COUNTER, Jeweler
1142 Fort Street
of all nationalU-ci who
are energetic an'l
' are not afnid pf
Employment fcr a
PART ONLY cr
ALL of or
A. V. (IE Alt
KcaHun,unu .t. aaaRfMi
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN.
TION TO FORECLOSE, AND OF
What is morj acceptable than a picture proper
WATOK WUI'Pey S WINDOW
KODAK GO0D3 :: DEVELOPING ::
:: AND PRINTING.'
Notlco Is hereby given by tho un
dersigned r. W. Mncfa'rlanc, Trustee,
Uhe successor In trust lu title and In
terest of V, P. Allen, Trustee, the
tnortgngce named In that certnln
Mortgage made by Klmer 8. Muckley
and Minnie A. Muckley, Ills wife, da
ted May 2nd, 1902, recorded Mny
13th, 1902, In Liber 232, pages 436-
M3S, In the Itcglstry Omce Irk Hono
lulu, Oahu, given to secure tho pay
ment of the Joint and several promis
sory note of snld Hlnier S. Mucklcj
nnd Minnie A. Muckley to said mort
gagee, of ccn date with Bald mort
gage, for $3,000., that said "l W.
Macfarlanc, Trustee as such subecs-
tor In said trust and as present own
cr and hotdci of said note and mort
gage, Intends now to foreclose said
moitgago In nccordaricc with Inw and
Ib virtue of tho power of snlo In snld
mortgngo contained, for breach of
tho condition thereof, to-wlt! tho
non-payment of tho principal sum of
said note, nnd the Interest thereon,
Notice li also hereby given that
tho lands' nnd premise In said mdrti
gngo and hereinafter described, and
the Improvements thereon, nnd all
rights, privileges and nppurtcnances
connected therewith, Mill be sold at
public auction by said P. W. Mncfar
lane, Trustee, at tho auction room of
James V, Morgan, No. 857 Kaahu
innnti Street, In Honolulu, Oahu, Tcr
rltory of Hawaii, on Saturday, the
Blxth day of February, 1909, at
twclo o'clock noon, lu foreclosure
The proporty covered by Mild mort
gage and Intended to bo sold as
aforesaid, consists of all that piece or
parcel of land situate at Kulaokahua,
in snld Honolulu, being n portion of
the land doscrlbcd in Roynl Patent
Grant No. 3328 to Maria (lordoii'Ka
holw.il, nnd particularly bounded and
described as follows:
ileglnnlng at n point on tho South
side of Wilder Avenue, distant N. 00
dcg. 45 , 12G.1 feet from a cross
In a stone past set at the West corner
of Wilder Aenue nnd Kewnlo Street,
and running thence by true meridian
1. N. GO deg. 45' , 77.0 feet
along Wilder Avenue;
2. S. 43 deg. 05' , 92.0 feet
3. S. 40 dcg. 2C L, 7S.G feet nlong
4. N. 42 deg. 32' K 111.2 feet
along Lots 1 nnd 2 as numbered
and designated on a Subdivision
Map of Lot No. 377, Kulaokahua
Lots, to the' Initial point. Contain
ing an aron of 7705 sriuarn feet, be
ing Lot No. 3, and the same premises
conveyed to snld Klmer S. Muckley
by deed of L. C, Abies, dated Mny
2nd, 1902, recorded In snld Registry
Ofllco In Liber 234, pages 373-376.
Terms: Cash In United Slates Gold
Coin; ten pet1 cent. payabto"dt tlmo
of sale nn'd 'balance "on delivery of
deed. Deed'nt expelise"bf purchaser.
For further particular, Inquire, of
the underHlgncd 'nt'hls ofllco nt the
Uhloil Feed Compnny,,'Ltd.,iKakanko,
Honolulu, 'or of Smith fi'lx-ivlfl) Judd
Building,' Honolulu, attornojs for tho
undersigned. I '
Dated this S t It day of January,
1909. ' .iiil
1 W. MACr'ARfcANB! Tnlstoe,
4203 "Jan. 8, 15, 22,-29; Fob. 5.
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Good folks Talwr
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
The Paint Shoo. . 1H4 King St
Hotiokiiu Construction and Graying Co.
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., 0pp. W. 3. Irwin & P Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal In Crushed Itock.'lWhlto and
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc SAFE MOVING A SPF
IN THI2 UNITED 8TATK8 IJIStlllCT
COUItT, TKItlltTOKY OFIlAWAH.
IN HANKUUI'TOV;" I i ' i
In tliPlMnttcr of Otto Gertz, Ilank-
rupt. Ncm C7v ,, -in ( .
To th1 Honorable SanronfMiJ Dole,
JutlKe'of the nboo named District
Court: ' -ill in(, i
OUo Oortir. nfUlnndluluVConuty of
Hunolillu," and' TCrrltory'of (Hawaii,
in s-ild District,' retipcdttully rcjire-
hcnlH that' ort'the1 1st tla'yiM'July, last'
pnt.t, li6 was duly adjudged 'bankrupt
under' the netePoP'CongriisB' rdlatlng
In bankruptcy: That ho baK duly sur
icudcrcd all his property and rights
of property, and has fully compiled
with, nil the requirements of said acts
and of the orders of tho Court touch
ing his bankruptcy.
WIIKRBFORU ho prays that he
may bo decreed by the Court to have
u full discharge from nil debts prov
able against his estnto under said
bankruptcy acts, except such debt ad
nro excoptcd by low from such dis-
Dated this 7th day of January,
II, G Mlddlcdltch, Attorney for
United 8tntes of America,
District of Hawaii, ss;
I, Otto (leitz, the petitioner men
tioned and described in the foregoing
Petition, do horeby make oath that
tho statements contained therein are
true according to tho best of my
knowledge, Infarninlon, and belief.
Subnet thed and fuvorn In before
mo this "tli day of January, 1909.
(Sgd.) P. H. 11URNETT.
(Seal) Notarj I'ubllc in and for
EONOLDLD. Jan. 8. 19C9
v. . ur'TOC, -
' Brrwar Co.
Pwa plantation Ca ...
Hawaiian Mlar Co...
MotiAmu Suja? Co ..
lluichlion Sofir Plant
KaMiVu Platnatlnii Lit
Kckatia Snr o
Dilia So ftf Cn
Oitftmta nOaaf Cn m
CV.iolSnfr Plant Co
OltSuir Co Ud ....
Paahaii Sarar rtnl Co
Pacific .SojarMin,. ...
Pllfl P'atitaliotl Co ,.
Pfpf'Veo 5i rar Co...
U. lalia ArlcCn......
Uriitiktt Sitrar C6j...
Waltnra Sugar Mill Co
lour" ManH Steam NCo
Hawaiian Hiceitie co
Hon R T (V L Co Com
Mutual Ttlenltooc Co
Paid Up ........ ..
Dahu R M.Cu
Ililo K R Co ,..(
Hon P. ft M Co
Hawaiian Plaptl Co
Iliw Tcr U P?....,...
Ilrw-Ttr l pci.1....
Haw Cot 1 ipe i
Ca.PKItti RtICo 'pc
Mam. Dllch Co ,
Haw Sut;ar Co o p c...
HlloR HCo Cm, 6 PC
Minuiu rm tni pc
Oabu R A L Co e o c
Oapu Sncar Co f p c ..
Olaa Sncar Co ft p e .
I'm. Su;. Mill Co, it
Palo Planlalton Co ,,,,
Plantar Mill Co nc !.
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SAIcs Jlctwecn Hoards: 50 Oahu
Sugar, $28.12 1-2J fir, Oahu Sugar,
lis. U' 1-2; $11,000 Hllo R. R.) 6s.
J!) I. Session: 10 Olaa, 4.r0;' 25
Olaa,4.50; 25 Olaa, M 50; 16 Olaa,
latest .near .quotation, 3.70 cents
or 174.4 iw tiSw ' " '
y -" ry, .; . ,
Sugar 3 70 Sents,
Beetsv, 10s 3-4f
Henry Waternousa TrusCCou
Stock and - Bond' Department
Members 'Honolulu Stock and Bond
FORT AND MERCHANT. STS. '
Flrsti Judicial Circuit,
Tcnltorv of Hattall.
ORDER OF NOTIC13 THEREON
On this 7th day of January, A. D.
1909, on roadlng tho foregoing Peti
tion. It Is
ORDKRKD HY THE COURT, Thnt
a hearing bo had upon tho 21st'day
of January, A. I). 1909, beforo said
Court, at Honolulu, in snld District,
at 10 o'clock In tho forenoon; and
that notlco thereof be publtahed lu
the1 "Evening Iliillctln," n nawspapsr
printed In snld District, and that all
known creditors and other perrons In
interest may appear nt the said (Into
and place, and show cause. It any
they have, why the prii)cr of tho said
petitioner should bo granted.
AND It Is further OtlDKHU!) by
tho Coprt, That tho Clerk shall send
by mall to nil known creditors nip
Irs of said petition und this order,
addressed to them ut heir places of
rtsldcnco as staled.
WITNESS the Honorable Sanford
11. Dolo, Judge of tho said Court, ami
tho seal thereof, nL Honolulu, In bald
Dlstilct, on this 7thiday of Jnnuary,
A. D. 1909,
(Sgd.) A. K. MURPHY.
(Seal) Clork U, S. District Court.
A trtt copy, ATTEST:
A. E. MURI'HY.
NOTICE K. OF P.
A Joint installation of tho K. of 1.
lodges will bo held Saturday evening.
Jan. 9, 1909. All visiting KnlghtH
nre cordially invited to attend.
H' brder of Coirimlttec. 4202-2f
i WILSON SELECTED'
Anderson was also approached oa the
subject, but ho Immediately dlsclalnu
od all responsibility, as did also R.
V. Cathcart, who has been solected
for tho bookkeeper's Job,
"I didn't seek the position,"1 said
Andeison. "The Mayor appointed me.
and I accepted the appointment, 1
did not ask to be appointed,"
Although both sides are endeavor
ing to conceal the fact, the situation
has caused considerable feeling. The
old employes nie doing the" work.
while the new appointees are Bitting
In the hallway outside. The question
It: who will get paid?
WOULD ESTABLISH SCHOOL.
Representative Fulton, of Oklaho
ma, has Introduced it bIM In Congress
piuvldliiK for the i'st:lblslimtit of ji
qayal' academy olmllai to that ntiAun
npolli, but planned for tho benefit of
K NO X
Soft Felt and Derby. Hats
The-man who say j'I vant a K-N-0 X Hat," shows
that he knows what god form nnd good taste require in a
man's headwear, , , .
Knox E a t,s. are the standard everywhere; the
standard in style,mak, and wearing quality. Let lis show
yoa a Knox whe t you need a hat, .'....-.
Elks' Bld.KingSt., near Fort
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LOCAL' ZNl), SENEtati.
WW Christmas brought' into most
homes -a lot of new thinjrs that will
displace the old. Let a B'n 11 e t i n
Want Ad. sell the unwanted things.
Tin' good auto-hack. Phono t.
. There will bo no Sinphony rehears
al this evening.
Commercial Ratings. More-Reference
Agcy., 39 Young Dldg. I'hon
Inter-Island and O. R. & I., shipping
cooks for salo at tho 11 ill In tin
offlco. 60 each. ,. . ..
Co to "The Hoyal Annef.
, Tho Catholic Ladles' Aid Socloty
will meets thin artcrnoon at 3 ociock
bt the Concnt
Honolulu Lodge 61, U. Ii O. K..-WIU
meet In Elks building, King street, nt
7:30 this evening.
Mrs Spear, mother of James Dough
erty, lenves for her homo In Ban Fran
cisco b) tho Manchuria.
The Hawaiian Fisheries Company
) oh artked tho Hoard or Health fcJr per
mlfsloii to deliver flili In caita.1
Rldo In tho kwnll Studcoakor driven
bj tho expert chaffeur. M. T. Luti.
I'bono 191. Royal Hawaiian Oarage
AutomoblllstH havo arked Supcrvls.
cr C)ultin to In'tmduco an ordinance for
tho manner In which nutos shall turn
For the first tlmo, slnco the-clcctlon,.
Mayor Fern and V. C. Achl met yes
terday afternoon nnd talked over tho
affairs of city government.
On February 13 thcro will bo a Civil
Sen loo examination at tho Custom
Houso to nit tho position of clerk In
spector at a salary of $1200.
On Installments of $3 'per month -you
can purchase a White Family Rotary
sawing machlao, Denny &"Cof Ltd.,
agents. 12110 Fort St. Phone 488
Thu Hoard of Health will nfk tliu
Legislature fur an appropriation of
$30,000 for n. now homo for Ufa 'Sisters
and gills of Knitolanl (ilrls Hbmd.
II. It, tlcrry, tho financial bickor of
tho Autuniatlc Tolephono Company,
will either return hero or send 'a rep
rcBcjntntlvo to this city In the near
in til re.
A. K. Tloriian mid wlfirof San Fran,
elrcii und Mrs. I. Tin nan of S.m Fran
clico, who lmMi been guests at' the
I'loasniitiiu for u coupla of weeka, ra
turn to tho mainland on tho Man
r luu la.
, Thcro was n mass mcoilng'nf Jap-
i.nneso, sllmly attended, hold In Maklkl
last night for the conslduratlon of tin,"
higher wugo quesllon Tho uioclliig
was held under tho auspices' of tho
Higher Wago Association.
Tho Qio lu thu qiiartotuinstor's coil
pllo on Inner Fort street is Ktlll giving
Uoublc. Tho coal Is being shifted
iibout to roach Iho sourco of the
smouldering, whllo Iho flru dopartment
occasionally iibcs u husu and wntbr on
tho lie, ,
V E, Droun yoiitorday loslgnod as
chairman of tho Promotion Committee
W. A. Hon on was chosen rlnlnnan.
and W. 11. Hoogsvlll flit Jho vacsnej'
Ip tliu membership of (ho commltteo
Irown will soon mako nn otcndeil
"The Hoyal Annex" swell meals.
, Tho Tenltorlnl Survey Department
has tno parties working on Maul at
tho present time. Ono of theso Is it
Haiku, laying out the land (hat Is to
b'o taken up by bomostcadcra thero.
Surveys aro aUo being mado of South
Thcro will bo u mectlns of the Meii'a
l.cnguo (civic section) at thu church
parloru this evening at 8 o'clock, to fur
ther discuss tho Mimlclpil Act,
Alessra. V O, Smith, Danlol I.ogan and
Chaiten L. Rhodes being among Uio
Hienkcis. An Interesting program is
At tho nioctllig of Honolulu Com
mandcry, No. 1, Knights Templar, hi Id
last evening, tho following olnccro
were Installed: W. II. (Joetz. Emlnonl
Contmandor; A. M, Merrill, Oimoralls
tlmo; J. s, McCandleja, Captain (Ion
oral; DaUd Dayton, Treasurer: J. D,
Tucker, Recorder; A. !.! Jr., Senior
Wanleiij E. IIIikIipi, dilnlor Warden,
Mi P Rnhlncon, Standard llOarur; W
Starbltd, Sword Ilcarorr It. W l'r
Kins, Warder; "J. L. .McLahi, Sentinel
Tuhgstcn Lamps arc" Superior
Brilliancy, Quality and Efficiency
They ire -specially adapted to stores and show windows
where it is desirable to give the trne color value.
The. first. cost is soon offset by the saving in current
Hawaiian Electric Gompanyy Ltd?
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wasH bJjwn; mm
' i. I it t ! ta -4 i H M-w
resolutions and anchor the new with some of the soda wa
ter that you know is PURE.
Consolidated Soda Water WorKs Co., Ltd.
O. S. LEITHEAD, Manager.
Most delicious CHAMPAGNE pf the Age.
OLD GOVERNMENT PLANTATION CIOAR8
Only the very best of PORTO RICAN, TOBACCO used in the
manufacture of the clean. All sires and colon.
Lewis &' (Co., Ltd:,
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII' . ..
160 KING STREET TELEPHONE 346.
Filling and Grading
The wet weather will soon be on. You should haye your crotmii
filled in before thn winter rains set in. We haye earth filling 'for sale
at REASONABLE PRICES. PH0NZ 600
P. M. Pond; Contractor
Ba fll'K'l H A' M'SB"' O
1 SALE !
Begins Monday1 Morning
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