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No. 15-1. TUItltlTOIlY 01' HAWAII.
COURT OP LAND IlKOISrUATION.
1i:itlUTOKY 01' HAWAII TO MAN
UH1, GOMHS; W. 11. IIU8S, Mrs.
MAUtlAHCT M3I1MAN; WIL
LIAM H. PASTI.K: TI'MtlllA;
rilUDKHtriC 1'ODKYN. Al'Ol'ST
1'ODKYN; WAI.0KMAR PODHYN;
Mrs. JUMTA HACKFEU), TKIt
ItlTOKY Ob' HAWAII by . It
HEMKNWAY ns ATTORNEY
OI2NKHAI. and lij MAU8TON
cami1!i:u. u supi:hinti:ni).
j:nt or puiimc wouks; city
AND COl'NTY OP HONOM'M' by
.IOSi:i'II J. PKKN as MAYOR and
I'Ri:dll)i:NT OP TUB HOARD 011
HIM'KIIVISOHS; nml to ALL whom I
It m.i) conceit!. 1
Whereas, a petition linn lccn pie-
sented to said Court by rRlIDKRICIC
C. MII.I.I'R to register mid confirm
Ills title in the following-described
llcglnnlng nt mi Iron bolt on the
Unst Hide of Pllkol Stieet at the
North corner of this lot, being also
t lie North corner of (Inmt 11209 to C.
P Wolfe, the true azimuth and ll
triiiee from a concrete monument at
the South corner of Wilder Avenue,
nml Pllkol Street being 43 3.V, :S97.1
lret, and the true azimuth and dis
tance from sali iron bolt to the cen
ter of u Fewer man-hole in Pllkol
Street l 13"' ofi', CO 1 feet, and
i uniting, by true nzlniuths:
(1) 31 a 3.V, 10U. feet, nlong
land owned b) Mrs. Margaret
I.lshmnn ((Irani 31!S5 to Robert
l.lshmnii) to an lion bolt;
(2) 43 3r', 11)0 feet, along land
owned by W. R. Castle (portion
of (Irani KSOll to C. P. Wolfe) to
nn lion bolt,
(3) 133 3.V, ino. feet, along
land owned bj W.R. Castle (or
tlou ol (irant 3209 to C. P.
Wolfe) to an Iron bolt;
(4) 223 35' 100. feet, along the
i:ast side of I'llkol Street to the
point of beginning;
Area 10,000. Square Feet, bo
lug n portion of Grant 32(10 to
C. P. Wcdfe. on the l'ast side f
I'llkol Street. Honolulu, O.ihu
You are hereby cited to appear nt
the Court of Lund Reglstiatlon, to
be held at Honolulu, Island of Oaliu.
on the 1 1th tla of March, A I) , 1909,
at ouo o'clock and thlity minutes In
the afternoon, to show cause, If any
ou hate, why the prnjer of said pe
tition should not bo gi anted. And
unless juu uppenr at said Court nt
the time and place aforesaid our tie
fi.ult will he recorded, and the said
petition will he taken as confessed,
and )ou will be forever barred from
contesting mid petition or any decree
Witness, PHILIP L. WKAVI'll, Ks-
qulre. Judge of said Court, tills 8th
day of Fobruar), In the )e.ir nineteen
hundred and nine.
Attest with Sc.il of said Court.
W. L. HOWARD.
1230 reb. 9, 1C, 23; Mnr. 2.
IN TIIK CIRCUIT COURT OP THK
Plrst Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers; In l'mbiite. In the Mai
ler of the Kstnto of James II. O'Neill.
Deceased. Amended Order of Notice
of Hearing Petition for Probnto of
Will. A document purporting to ba
the last will anil testament of James
II. O'Neill, deceased, hnxliig on the
23d day of Jnnuar), A. D. 1909, been
presented to b.ild Probate Couit, mid
n petition for probate thereof, piny
Ir.g for the Issuance of letters testa
mentary to John Nelll having been
filed by said John Nelll, it Is ordered
that Monday, tho 1st day of Match,
A. D. 1909, nt 10 o'clock a. m., of
ituld day, at the court room of said
ccurt at Honolulu, be mid the same
Is hereby appointed tho timo and
place for proving said will and hear-
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To legislature Should Make Ap
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Water System for
i (Special to the Bulletin)
WAil.fKt. Maul, Feb. 20. The
recent downpour of rain on Maul,
mid expcclnll) along tho Maknwno,
Kuta, and I'lupnlakim dlstilcts, has
gladdened the hearts of the residents
o'f thoo strlckeu districts and who
aro now very hopeful for n good year.
0er two Inches of rain fell during
the last few weeks and tho kula, val
id s, and meadows mo beginning to
i Thero Is water In the clslcrns now
.to Inst some months, but even this
' tempoi.il supply should not deter
'the leglslntois fi mil appropriating
'sufficient sum for the In) lug of four
inch mains from Itnlo.iktila to Knnia
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, A ery good story has reached
I Walliiku fiom up country as to tho
cause of the leccnt rainfall. It was
known that the Chinese In the Kuln
district lime been making burnt ofil
llcrlngs in the sain hope mat their
'household gods would bring down
such n downpour of rain ns never
was known In Hint icgrbn, hut their
MicillUe must not have been pleas
ing to the goiN, for their fervent en
tleittlel wele unhlcdcd.
Nun iiimei Dr. Hu) niond of tho
ll.i) mond ninth. I'lupalnkun, and
slates with great ImprcssUcness,
un), mm e. he Ih willing to testify
under oath In aso anjone disbelieves
him. that u Jet blink hen did the
One day, uncial weeks ago, while,
sitting on his vciaudn and musing
as to the best methods of causing
lain, his memory wandered back to
the good old times during the last
rentui), when KaplolanI delicti tho
powers of Mndsjno Tele In her ter
lestilal abode. "Kinikii," as he Is
lovingly known to his associates,
wondeied If a white rooster would
do, and he began looking around for
one One or his employes, who had
mole faith In ix black hen than In
black pigs or led llsh or black nwa,
suggested the sacilflclng of n domes
ticated black hen on tho altar of tho
god of rain, which, luckily, there
vns one on the lnemlK.es.
I Mack hens wero not easy to find,
and while thus endeavoring to llnd
one, ii black hen, blacker than n
ciow. appealed on tho steps nnd
tackled mid cackled as If In u trans
port of Joy.
It was n pet hen, nnd offering such
n hen, even If she had tho powor to
bilng down tons of lain, was never
They dioo tho hen out, but in
she came again through the next
door Out ngaln went her ladyship,
but again she re-entered through n
window. The mom they drove lior
out tho moi e tho hen Insisted on her
Inhciout right to enter the house.
llrooms and sticks weio obtained to
keep licrout, but it was In vain, for
the ccn inado attempts to come In
Is -sure death to rats, nice, roaches, etc.
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STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO.,Chlctgo,IIL
through the roof nnd, finding that
Impossible, hunted for other modes
At last she got In without being
spied and went Immediately to Dr,
ltajmond's koa writing tnblo nnd de
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That day, nnd within a ery short
while, rain came down such as has
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rinnnclal world expresses faith In
Sail Tranclsco by making highest bids
for city's bonds.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the newt of the day.
San Francisco Contractor
Tho't He Would Begin
WASHINGTON, D. C. Kcb. H.
San Kinnclsco furnished the lowest
bidder jestcrday morning when tho
bids were opened at the Ilureau of
Ynrds nnd Docks for the construc
tion of a dry dock at Pearl Harbor.
There was considerable competition,
but tho Pacific Construction Com
pany, with which Healy, Tlbbltts &
Co. are Identified, put In the lowest
offer, 12,372,000, which was about
$200,000 less .than the next lowest
bidder, Edward Mulley of San Kran
Cisco bid S2,G50,000; San Francisco
lirldgc Compuny, $2,900,000; Mc
Arthtir Ilrothers of New York, $3,
400,000; McDcrmott Company of
Philadelphia, $3,450,000. William
Healy, San Krnnclsco, was hero to
sen bids opened.
Tho new dock will bo HSfi feet
long mid ono of tho biggest over
built, having a capacity for two
ships nt a time. Work Is to begin
on It In four months.
l- M, Ilutlcr, secretary nnd treas
urer of tho Pacific Construction Com
pany, was the only member of the
linn who could bo seen last night.
When asked It lm knew of tho a waul
to Ills firm, llutler said to the Chron
"I havo already been notified that
our firm haB received tho contract
for tho new docks In the Hawaiian
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"I nm unable to say Just when
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possible, ns I understand tho Govern
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Mr. McCarthy left Washington to
nleht and will be hero the first of
next week. We will then know Just)
when we lire to begin work nnd what
arrangements will hne to ho made
ot transport workmen and material
to the Islands. This, of course,
menus something to Snn Francisco,
for all supplies will he purchased
Count Jcoffrcy d'Abbans Is whipped
by angry niitomnu whose wife French
diplomat Invited to tea.
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Ah n result of the annual meeting
of tho stockholders of the Mntson Nav
igation Company held recently in San
Francisco,' tho following (jfflcers wero
elected: William Matson, president;
John A. Duck, vlco president; It. P.
Illthot, second vlco president; Harry
H, Gregg, secretary and treasurer. Tho
following were named as directors:
William Matson, W. M. Alexnndor. W.
D. K. OlbBon, It. P. Hlthct, N. Ohlandt)
John A. Duck and Wellington Oiegg.
II. I.. Dates returns to San Francis
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lExposuro of Commissioner Wagner
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