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HVENINO nUM.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNKSDAV. PEIJ. 24,1909
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Gv iaaii In)
No K.6. TKHRITORY OF HAWAII.
COlTItT OF LAND REGISTRATION.
TKRRITORY OP HAWAII TO SHI3
LIN; HOIIERT A. Dl'NCAN; V.
i:. HOWELL; D. I.. VAN DING;
AKIM; KAl'AAHU; TIIENT
TltUST CO., LTD.; JAMES STEW
ARD; K. U. McCLANAIIAN; E. D.
1IALDWIN; WILLIAM MEYEIl;
Mm. WILLIAM MEYER; JOHN
WALKER; TRUSTEES UNDER
THE WILL and of the ESTATE of
HEKNICE FAUAHI 1IISIIOP aa
- followti: S. M. DAMON, W. O.
SMITH, E. FAXON IIISHOI', J. 0.
CARTER and ALI1ERT P. JUDD;
HEIRS of KALUAIII.NENUI; TER
RITORY OP HAWAII liy C. R.
HEMENWAY as ATTORNEY
(1ENKRAL and by MARSTON
CAMI'llELL ax SUPERINTEND
ENT of PU11LIC WORKS; CITY
mid COUNTY ot HONOLULU by
JOSEPH J. PERN uk MAYOR and
PRESIDENT of the HOARD of SU
PERVISORS; C. W. 11ALDWIN;
and to ALL whom It may concern:
Whereas, u petition lins been nro
Eontod to xalrt Coart by THERESA
M. LOUISSON to register and confirm
her title In the following-described
Commencing nt an Iron bolt on the
North West ulclo of Government
Road, fiom wlilih holt thn true azi
muth and (1 1st an co to the (Jovoin
ment Survey Station Akuk.i is 24d
2fi' 2,433.2 feet and to n station cull
ed RodBers 217 4G 1785.2 feet, uml
runufng, by true uzlmuths, au fol
lows: (1) 321 4G 185.9 feet, along
Giant II to Make crossing Gov
ernment Road and auwui or
, ditch to n point on the South
edge of A u will or ditch at taio
(2) 322 57', 478.8 feot, along
tnmn to a point on tho North
edga of an nuwal or ditch: '
(3) 44 55', III. feet, ulong Orant.
C40 to T. W. Tuto and Giant 33
to Komala ulong nunal oi
(4) 135" 04' 30", uOfi.8 feet, alon p
Giant 91 to Kannue to point on
South edge of auwui or ditch;
(5) 147 03', 151. feet, along
Grunt C3U to Kannuo'crossljjg
auwal or ditch to an lion bolt
on the South klde of Government
Road, and from this Iron bolt
the Iron. bolt at tho initial poliit
beaia 223 52' 197.2 feet,
(0) 142 44', 803. feet, (.'.osslnj;
Government Road and iiIoiik
Grant 255 tp Mutual along fence
to a cross cut in u la'.go rock,
(7) 114 IS', 1292.R feet, along
Government lund 'up gdo of val
ley to 114-Inch galvanized pipe
set In the mound at hill called
Pun Makiuil, Fiom this (lnlv.
pipe a 4 x i Inch redwood pott
11', 320. feet;'
(8) 30S 29', 693.2 feet, along
Giant 111 to E. II. Ilodgcrs (at
195. S feet pawing ocr a 1-inch
Galv. pipe) down side valley to
an iron bolt at a cac;
(9) 47 14', CO. feet, nlong Grant
42 to Hannah Hooper to a cross
on a stone:
(10) 31G" 32', 822.2 feet, along
same, to a cross cut in a Hat
stone nt fence;
(11) 324 0C, CC0.fi feet, nlong
Grunt 41 to Make along fence
to the Initial point;
Aica 9 978 Acres, being Grant
CO to Knluahinenui, nt Mnkn
illlo, Manoa Valley, Honolulu,
You nre hereby rltod to appear nt
tho Court of Land Registration, to
be held at Honolulu, Island of Onhu,
on tile 20th day of Peb A. .. 1909,
at one o'clock and thirty minutes In
tho afternoon,, to show cause, If any
ou have, why the prncr, of said po
rtion xhould not bo granted. And
unless .Mill appear at snld Court nt
tho time and place aforesaid your
drfanlt will bo rerordod, and the said
VttlMon will bo tnltcn ns confessed,
nnd jou will ho forever barred from
contesting' said petition or any de
creo entered thereon.
Witness, PHILIP L. WEAVER, Es
quire, Judgo of said Court, this 2Cth
day of Jnn. in the J ear nineteen hun
dred and nine.
Attest with Se.il of said Court:
(Seal) W. L. HOWARD,
4219 Peb. 3, 10, 17, 21.
Fifth Day Afternoon Session.
A Htltlon fiom 77 residents of
South 1 1 Hit was read asking for nn ap
propriation of $20,000 for the purpose
of building a load at Honohl Gulch,
Nnwnliluo Introduced a resolution
for the appropriation of $20,000 for the
maintenance of Lnhaluuliiiia School.
Tho resolution "as laid on the table
to b"e coiHdcred with the appropria
Like introduced a resolution to ap
propriate J100.000 for the construction
of n unKou road around the Island ot
O.ihit It took the course of the form
Communications from Laud Com
missioner Pratt, nnd Superintendent
babbitt In rcsponso to the Hoiiso reso
lution, were rend ghhiK n list of the
employees of their departments, Mr
Pratt stntcd that he "as asking tho
Legislature In give him nn extra clerk
nt $00, and n messenger nt $30.
In respect to the resolution adopted
Inst week by the House asking tho
Governor to furnish complete Informa
tion ns to public lands not alleiiatedjui
communication from the Governor's
secretary, C II. McUrlde was read,
ktatlng that the Information sought
will be furnished as soon ns possible,
though It may take some time to pro
The squabble In the House ester
day morning over the shelving of
Kama's bill Is the cause of n notlco ot
intention by Shingle announcing that
he would Introduce n resolution direct
ing the duties of the Printing Com
mittee -In the method of printing such
bills us mut be Identical In their char
acter. Kealawnn presented a resolution
calling foi tho Insertion in tho Appro
priation Hill nt nn Item of $6000 for
the consliiictlug of a road from Kn
polio school lioiae. Puna, tu Kiimnkuhl
The old complaint Hint some, men
get two tllces of melon vvhllo others
got none is volfed In a Joint resolution
lutiodiiced by Moanaull: "That It Is
the sense of the Legislature of the
Tcriltory of Hawaii that offer the
passage nnd appinvul of this Joint
Resolution nn ofllcer or employee of
tho Territory. County or Municipality
shall draw- more than tho salary for
sen Ices rendered by him. Tho reso
lution was referred to tho Judiciary
Mukckaii gnvo notice of Ids Inten
tion to Introduce a bill to amend Sec
tion 1205 of the Revised Laws.
And the Second.
Another communication from the
Secretary Informed thq Housu that at
2 p m. the Governor had signed Act.
House Hill 1, making npiiropilation
for (he expenses of thu House.
The following bills passed second
leading by tltlu and were rcfciied to
II. II, 17, Mnkcknu, to I educe the
prlco of tho Revised Laws of Huwnll
to $5 a volume, Judiciary Committee.
II 11. 13, Castro, to amend Section
2023 Rovlsed Laws relating to foielgn
corporations, Finance Committee.
II. II. 10, Castro, exempting certain
persons from the payment of Poll,
road nnd school tn, Finance Com
At 2:45 o'clock the House adjourned
for tho day.
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Bulletin Ttnsinpsx Off! re Phnn 25ft
un u hill' tu. the NottU beam sirjinlietiii Editorial noom Phone 185.
rx.J - --
(Governor Hughes of New York has
nppnlntcd n committee of promi
nent men to probo Wall Street and
suggest reforms In tho matter of
security speculation. The commit
tee Is composed of Hornce'Whito,
editor nnd author: C. A, Schleron,
merchant. ex-Judge David Leaven
trltt; Clark Williams, banking ex
pert; J. II Clnrk, economist; W. V.
King, banker; 8. II. Ordway,- law
yer; K I). Page, banker, anl Chas.
Sprngue Smith, educator. Mr.
White, formerly 0( thcJKow York
livening Post, heads tho list.
Bulletin Business Offlce Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room 5hon 185,
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Feb. 20, 1909,
Yuen Poy Kan nnd wf to 1. Rubin-
Knknluwnlu (k) to Choy Tung ot ill. L
Mopua Hanalo to Lnhalna Agrctl
Co. Ltd , ; D
Honokaa Sugar Co o J Kelllpuleole
and w f C
Mrs Lahupa to Honoknn Sug Co ,...L
Hitfienlo II Emerson by utty to
Jamos It Holt Jr ... Rel
Est of W C Lunnlllo by Trs to James
R Holt Jr Rel
Entered for Record Feb, 23, 1909,
Yeong Young to First Nutl. Hank of
Wallukii , ,,
Recorded Feb. 15, 1000.
Lelnlolia Kauoa (w) to Jns Aim
stiong; I); 10,000 bo. ft land, Putinul
Avo, Honolulu; hit In por Ap 1, R P
4 ISO, Kul SilfiO, Kuluwahlne, Hono
lulu; Int in lot 23, blk II, Kuplolanl
Park Addtn, Honolulu; $D00. 11
311, p 391. Dated Pel) 9, 1909,
I'iIwiuiI C Holstcln to .las Arm
strong; I); 2-0 int In por Ap 1, R P
4ir,C, Kul 69C0, Kalawahlne, Hono
lulu; $140. II 311, p 393. Dated
Feb 9, 1909.
Jiimes Armstrong to Lelaloha Ka
noii (vv); D; 10,000 sq ft land. Pun
mil Avo, Honolulu; $1, u 311, p
391. Dated Feb 13, 1909.
Clnia Puklla (widow) to L , Mc
Camlless; D; 1-6 Int in R P's 10C3,
372, 371 and 104 C, Lehanonul, etc,
Wnlanno, Oahu; $30, 11 311, p 395.
Dated Feb U, 1909.
Bulletin Business Office Phnn 9!M
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185i
IN TIIK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers; in Probate. In the Mat
ter of tho Hstato of Elizabeth C. liar
wick, deceased. Order ot Notlco nt
Hearing Petition for Probate ot Will.
A document purporting to be the last
will and testament ot Elizabeth C.
Harvvlck, deceased, having on tho
3id day of February) A. D. 1909, been
piescnted to said Probate Court, and
n petition for probate thereof, pray
ing for tho Issuance ot letters ot, ad
ministration with tho will annexed
to Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd., an
Hawaiian corporation, having been
tiled by Frank Barwlck, It Is ordered
that Monday, tho Sth day of March,
A. D. 1909, at 10 o'clock a. m of
r.ald day, at tho court room ot said
court at Honolulu, T. II., be and tho
s.uno is hereby appointed tho time
and placo for proving said will and
hearing said application. It Is fur
ther ordered that notlco thereof be
given, by publication once a week
for thrco successive weeks In the
Evening IluHetln newspaper, tho
last publication to be not less than
ten days previous to the time therein
appointed for hearing.
Dated nt Honolulu, T. II., Febru
ary 3, 1909,
(S.) J. T. DE I10LT,
First Judgo ot tho Circuit Court
ot tho First Circuit.
Attest; (S.) JOU UATCHELOn,
Kinney, Marx, Prosser & -Ander
son, attorneys for Frank Ilarwlck
mid Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.
422S Feb. 3, 10. 17, 24.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
At Chambers; in Probate, In the
Matter of the Estate of Maria J.'
Forbes, late of Honolulu, Oahu, de
ceased. Order of Notlco ot Hearing
Petition fur Administration. On
trading nnd filing the petition ot
William J, Forbes, son ofsald Maria
J, lubes of Honolulu, Oahu, alleging
that said Maria J, Forbes of said Ho
nolulu died intestate at said Hono
lulu on tho 21st day of January, A.
D. 1909, leaving property in the Ter
ritory of Hawaii necessary to be ad
ministered upon, and prnylng that
lettors ot administration Issue to him,
tho said William J. Forbes, It Is or
dctcd that Monday, tho 1st day ot
March, A. D. 1909, at 10 o'clock a.
m., lie and hereby Is appointed for
henilng said petition Jn tho court
loom of this court at Honolulu, at
which tlmo and placo all persons
concerned may appear and show
cause, It nny they huve, why Bald
petition should not ho granted, and
that notice of this order shall be
publlshecptince a week for three suc
cessive weeks in tho Evening I) ulte
t in newspaper published In Honolulu.
Dated at Honolulu, Oahu, Feb. 3d, f
i xv. J. noniNsoN,
Third Judgo of tho Circuit Court
of the Fltst Circuit,
Attost: J. A. THOMPSON. Cleric.
4225 Feb. 3, 10, 17, 24.
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