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EVENING BULLETIN. 'H0N0MJt.1uVr it , BATtflinAY. FEfl. 20, lOdO.
FORT ST. QAULITY at NUUA
THE L. AYAU SHOE COMPANY
1005 Nuuanu St. near King.
Take Your f T TD R 1? V'Q Best Developing
Films to VJ U lYIYL 1 O and printing
Pau Ka - Hana
is a Honolulu - made
soap that is nearly pure.
Scientific analysis proves
this and stands behind
the guarantee of the
is liberally used, an in
gredient not found .in all
of the brown soaps these
days. Pau - Ka - Hana
is cleansing, it does its
work quickly, and gets
into corners with the
least assistance from the
scrubber It takes the
work on its shoulders.
Buy from your Grocer.
Everything Tastes Better"
Is used in making it
Ask for Alpine
Ckas. R. Frazier
Phone 371. 122 King St.
M. A. Gnnst Sc Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
REALISTIC PROPERTY iNAVAL STATION HAS
rnn iMinimii m liri
run mlumna run, wn nmriAi mm
The Klloliatm Art League play, to lio
l.resentcd next TucBilay nlglit nt tlie
Onera House, will havo a most real
Istlc stngo sotting,
Siicnklnc of the I ejection of nil the
Every effort linn Lids for the construction of tho I'curl
been uiada to hnvo the scene, resomblo Hnrlior ilrjilock. Captain Itics, coin
nit nearly ns iiosslljle tlio typical mnndnnt of tho N'nvnl Station, tluloil
sculptors studio or nnclont Alliens, this morning that lie thought Mimo
Iteal mists nml howls will lio shown, further legislation would protmmy no
soma of them In tho rough, being
slinpcd by nrtls.in. nml one or two
undergoing tlio finishing touches In tho
hamlR of tho great sculptor,
Some of tho best specimens of plas
tic art work were taken from tho per
manent exhibition rooms of tho Kllo
linnn Art Lcnguo to tlio Opera House
tills morning. Including tho work of
Mr J Itosetistelu, Mr. Allan Hutchin
son, nnd Mr. (lurilon Usboruc. Mns
slc pillars, arches, statuary, ases
with palm (lowers, nml rugs nml skins
on tho lloor will give tlio scene n
realistic mid artistic effect
Tickets arc $1 nml 7fic nt tho Derg
strom Music Co , with n special rato o(
23c to students nml their pircnts or
KOREA TAKES MANY
PASSENGERS NO COAST
Amu ding to schedule, tho steam
ship Korea, which ramo In from Yd-
Kolitnnii jesterday, left this morning
at 9 (clod; for San Francisco.
Among tho Inland people who de
parted today for the States wcro Col
onel Samuel I'arkor, Colonel John T.
linker, tlcncr.il John II. Sopcr, nnd
0 S. Dosky. They nre all headed
for Cuba, where they will look Into
u land deal.
Other passengers were Mrs ,C. A.
Hire, wife of tho Honorable C, A. lllce
o' Kminl; 1' T. 1'. Wntorhoiise, Clin
ton J 1 1 titclil ns nnd wife, and several
The Korea, besides carrying mail
for the States, carries n largo ship
ment of local fruits, especially pineapples
OOKALA'S FATE RESTS
(Continued From Face 1)
tho cost of cultivation much higher
than on adjoining plantations that hnvu
not tho samo problems to face.
Tho present crop looks remarkably
well, and with up-to-date appliances.
there, soeiua-nn reason why Onxnln
fliould not-Foon get into tlio dividend
At tho meeting this morning, lies nnd
tho election of olllccrs, nnd rending tho
plantation report, nothing of Import
unco was done. Tho ruimrt was old
ered printed nml will bo mulled to
IinrohohlerH ns soon as possible
Mr I'alfrey, for many ears book
keeper for tho I.aupahoehoo Sugar Co.
who has bought hcnily of Ooknla
stock lately, was elected a director of
tho company. In nil probability tho
Ooknla plantation will bo kept going
nml if so, planting will bo proceeded
wiui at once.
Tlio following olllccrs wero elected
J J! Don sett, piesldent; V. (1 Walk
er, vloo president: I;, F Illshop, boc
n'tary; (1 II ItobertHon, treasurer, nml
J A. Kennedy, A. C. Palfrey anil I'niil
It Is understood that C. Iliewor &
Co., Ltd., will continue to act as agentu
If tho plantation Is continued It will
be under u corporation that will buy
nut thu present company Tho position
of the agents Is said to bo strict ad
hercneo to tho resolution calling for
winding up the property. It Is be
lieved tho present stockholders will
rcalizo at least par for their holdings.
K S, (IJcidruni, manager of Ilonokaa
Sugar Co, Is In (own on a busliuhs
required. He mild so unofllclnlly, how-
ovqr, ns ho has received no cnblo ad
vices rroni tlio Nnv) Department rela
lire to this morning's Associated l'n ss
The prpllmlnarv work of tho drjdock
is completed Whether tlio actual
work on the dr.vdock will bo pushed
ahead, regardless of tho cnblo which
was published this morning, Civil En
gineer 1'nrks would not sny (his morn
ing. PATRONESSES FOR
MONDAY NIGHT'S BAIL
The following patronesses have been
named for the Washington's tllrlhd.'
balls: Jlesdnines W F I rear. Waltor
Wall, Ocorge Augur (leorgo Cr.vtle. II.
F. Dillingham, Watson, W O Smith,
laura Weight E, A. Mott Smith, A.
Wall, i:. I. Spalding, Amliow I'lller A.
Gnrtlcy, IInrr llnldvln Alioi Hast
ings, 0. M. Cooke, S KtifdiLry 8 M
Damon, K. I). Teiiney. I' Atherton, Vic
tor Collins, 11 M Von Holt, r. .1. King,
I". M. Svvanzj, Smith, !. A. Schiicfic,
C. M. V. Forstet, (I. I' Wlli'er, Hear,
W. A. Love, (1 II. Ilobertsiui. S. I!
Dolo, Ilryan, J I .Mcdrcw, Win. Hun
ter. W. W. Hull. 11 airfard, M. Phil
lips, Foster Dunning, J. P. Cooke, A
E. Murphy, I. (1 Ilottnmtcv, Wlnslow,
L. I,. McCandlcsB. I,. Abrnlns, II. V.
Murray, Castner. W C Weedon. It. D.
Mead, Moses, Falls. Miss A. II. Parke.
W. M. Oraham, (lio Angus, Wadhams,
C. W. C. Deerlng H. Church, W II
Castle, McCuIUam, A 0. llawes, Jr . W
It. Lowers. Milky. A. F Jinld. It. A.
Jordan, Ward, Jimies Judd, I). W
Cooko, Wtlghtvon, M Prosser, A. Wall,
W. O. Fay, A II. Tucker. U T Peck
Atkins, Misses Spalding, Alice Spald
ing, Samleis, Stephens, C Hull, Smith,
Robertson, Orace Itoliertson, (. Lung-
lon, C. RcBtarlck, H. Cnltoii, C I.urns,
8. Lucas, A, Tucker, Marlon Orecu,
Centor, N. Ctnter Whltford, Springs,
WntcrhniiBo, D Wood.
ANDREW WELCH BRINGS
The bark Andrew Welch, Captain
Kelly, arrived this morning fioni San
Fianclsco and dockcll Walklki of tho
Matson Navigation wharf Her trip
down, according to ono of tho olll
icis, was unovontful. Tliero were
times when tho, good ship bucked
against high sens and strong wind,
but this did not! prevent her from
plowing through the boisterous waves
at record speed.
Tlio bark brought 1000 tons of gen
eral merchandise, nnd 10,000 iubcs of
l.eroscno oil, which nro being ills
NOTICE OF SALE OF GENERAL
LEASES OF LANDS SITUATED
IN K0NA AND IN KAU, ISL
AND OF HAWAII,
At twelve o'clock noon. Monday,
March 1, 1909, nt tho front entrnncw
lo tho Judiciary llultdlng, Honolulu,
there will bo sold nt public auction,
under the Provisions of Part 5, Land
Act 189.", (Sections 278-28. inclu
sive, Revised Laws of Hawaii), Gen
eral leases of tho following dcscrlocd
(1) A portion of tho land of Ho
nuaula, North Konn, Hawaii, contain
ing nn nrea of 2943 acres, moro or
less, anil classed ns grnrlng land.
1'p-iet rental, $300.00 per annum,
pa able semi-annually in advance
Term of Lease, fifteen (IS) jcurs
fiuin Mm cli 1, 1909.
A condition of the lease will be
Hint the entire hounilniles of the
hind shall be fenced with n lawful
fence within one year following Hie
ilcto of tlio lease, and Hint this fence
shall bo maintained during tho term
of tho lease.
Necessary rights-of-wny for public
use will bo reserved across tlio land
(2) A portion of the land of Ma
K.ika, Kau, JIinvn)l, containing an
nrea of lSfi acres, moro or less, of
which 1 70.08 ncrcs Is classed as ag
rlcultiirnl laud nnd tho bnlnnco pas
Upset rental, (000.00 per nnnuin
pnyabla semi-annually In advance.
Term of Lensc, tell (10) cnrs
fiom May 1, 1909.
(3) A portion of tho land of Ma
kiiku, Kau, Hawaii, containing nn
nrea of 80,-13 ncrcs, moro or less, nnd
clnsscd ns agricultural land.
Upset rental, (255.00 per annum,
pnynblc semi-annually in advance
Term of Lease, ten (10) jcars
from Mny 1, 1909.
(-1) Portions of Lots 22 nnd 23,
Kaunnnmno Homesteads, Kau, Ha
waii, containing nn urea of 11 95
acres, to bo leased as pastornl laud
Upset rental, (10.00 per annum,
pnvnhlo semi-annually In advance.
Term of Lease, llftccn (15) jcars
from Mnrch 1, 1909.
Tho Lessee will be required to
plant upon this land, within two
curs from dnle of lease, an average
of not Icbs than twenty (20) lllue
Cum Trees per acre, for the vvholo
area. No slnglo aero to liavo less
than ten (10) trees thereon, nnd nil
trees to bo maintained In good grow
ing condition, during the term of
Reservations regarding land re
quired by tho Government for settle
ment or public purposes will be em
bodied In ench of the above lenses.
For Maps nnd further particulars,
apply at the offlco of tlio undersigned,
Judiciary llullding, Honolulu.
JAS. W. PItATT.
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated, Honolulu, Onhu, T. II.,
January 28, A. I). 1909.
1222 Jan. 30; Feb. 0, 13, 20, 27
Our 1909 Model G
WILL BE HERE IN TWO WEEK3.
Jupanese male nnd female help si
piled promptly for nny work. 11
I nlon St , Phone "9 1239-
0UR CIIALMERS-DETROIT CAR
lms fulfilled all promisci.
We are agents for tin famous
Our expert on magneto, storarre
batteries and coils is here.
A specialty is made of Repairing
MERCHANT ST, TEL. 388
NE PLUS ULTRA
KEE LOX CARBON,
RIBBONS and ERASERS
Oat & Mossman,
70 Merchant St., near P. 0.
W K. Andrews, for niiiuj jears em
plojed nt Ilonomu plantation us lic.nl
overseer, enmu In on tho Manna Kea
this morning. Mr. Andrews, who Is
nt present connected with tho Sim tu
hiirnuco Co, has hail a llalteilug oiler
from n Porto Rko Sugar Co, nml m.iv
Mnguro Chlsaburo, who yesterday
pleaded guilty to nsshiilt with u wea
pon, wns this morning lined $30 hv
Judgo Do Holt,
Justices of tho Supremo Court
whoso reappointment lias been eon
grilled by tho Bcnutp of tho United
Stales, this morning took tho oath of
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by ths
with their new FRENCH
C57 Brretania- St Phone 1491.
SECOND-HAND CLOTHING .
Siot Cash for ladles' ami men's rlo
ing No 1040 Nuuanu St. llu,
will i nil 1239
Fiano taught in six months by exj
rlenced tearher, S3 month 8 1
miiis Special attention , to nil
beginners. Address "Toncho
llulletlu office 4237-
Ours. Made on the Soot,
HOTEL NEAR UNION.
A new Lot Just Opened Up
TAFFETA AND SATIN
New Patterns in Fancy Ribbons
NUUANU below HOTEL.
If you are start
ing in house
er the cost of a
wood stove and
the fuel it con
and the joys of
h o u s ekecping
will be kept
Gas Co., Ltd. ,j
Bishop St. i
For Distilled Water and Assorted I
Soda Water, delivered to office and! I
residence. IUNQ UP 5S7. !
Arctic Soda Water Works
1263 Miller St. M, . SE 8A
Every One of Them, See our
J. M. L E V Y & C 0.
YEE CHAN & CO.
$600 House and Lot on Judd nr,
Nuuanu, 02 x 42.
$500 House and Lot at Alcwn, be
low Judd St. 50 x 60.
$1400 House and Lot at Puunui nr.
Car Line. 75 x 300.
AND OTHER BARGAINS.
P. E. R. Strauch
74 8. KING ST
Fried Chicken and
on Special Order
KING AND BETHEL STS.
Get it Now on our casy-pay-ment
plan. Come in nnd hear
BERGSTR0M MUSIC Co., Ltd.
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-
tf Vx ..
PROTECTS AND BEAUTIFIES
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KINO ST. PHONE 77
Orders for Live Stocl
C. H, BELLINA leaves for S.
Fib. 27. All orders left with hi
will receive careful attention.
The Manhattan Caft
Meals and Short Orders at All Timt
of the Day and NiRht. We Nevi
Sleep. FORT ST. NEAR HOTEL.
R. Wm. WARHAM, Prop. ,
Every thinu that' the Name Implies.
Office Supply Co.,Ud.
031 FORT ST.
All kinds in rolls and ih:eti.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER A
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort apd Queen Sts,, Himoluln.
Tel. 410. George 0. Guild, Gen. Mgr.
Horse, Harness ant
For Sale, Guaranteed.
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S
777 KINO ST.
22- nuLLrTiN Ana pay -jq;
rx. e . o v-Ty,
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