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EVENINO .RULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. 11.. rRIDAV, OCT. 2ft, 190?
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Our Window Display
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The most remarkable values in
. Ever Offered
FORT AND BERETANIA STREETS
Dunn's Hat Shop, Ltd.,
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: What Army and Navy
: Folk Are Doing :
Significant of (lie Interest taken In terferos with tlio rapid use of the
I?nglnud In building tip the Tcirltuilal hnjonct, nml tlint ens escaping slow-
Forco is thu visit tu tills country of jy fr0ni It o ndamp dajs Is apt to
Lieu, Col. A. W. A. Pollock, lato lndlcato Jlie position of tlio mark
inujor In Prince Alboit'a Somerset- man to tlto enemy." Whllo tlio io-
Jdilro Light Infantry, for tlio purpose tlttctlou of noise up to 1,000 yunls
i'f examining American National Wnulll u0 insufficient to keep the
Guard nrinorloii. Ha la particularly In- nppioxlnnto position of the linrkn-
Icrcstcil In ono im.l two company ,, (ro m10 CIlelny tho ,ls0 ot t10
iitmorles, and on Oct. 7 Inspected tha ,,,,, . for distances greater tlian
nrmorles at Mcrldcn and Norwich. ,hls lt ls thm,Bh, undoubtedly nc-
Conn., nflor.i conference wlti Col. accomplish lhilt cllll.
mhui-ii n. nitu, coniiiuiiiiiui iiiu lit '
shots having been fired In seven min
utes nnd thirty seconds. In August
a the 103d Co., with tho 21st Co., with
" I Major Chaio commanding llatlory
I Key, did oen better, excelling nil
other reconW lit mortar firing by mak
ing a figure of 108.7 pur rent. Major
Cliaso nnd his company achieved n
horctofoio uncqualcd record nt sub
callber practlco on July 28 of this
car, 'when threo ihots a Kim each
minute were fired. Sixteen shots, wqro
flrrd In series, and tlio whole string
me o in flc minutes twenty bccoikIs
Hip icsultlng score hating been seven
ly icr cent. This wits t!io fastest time
r. aiortar siibcallbcr firing known In
tl .a country.
Thcro Is great Interest in the ar
tillery tents now In proRress at rort
A. C, Connecticut National Guard, as
to tho arrangements of such armories,
till llu lkftfilrn.1 tn itl firt kiuiiA fin
u muo iuun,w I" L.lll l IIVJHMJ wn 1Mi - ,1,,, 11,. ..tfanlltrnnnaa
Oct. D. Collpnel l'ollock rerved (u the "".7 ,u "-""" ' . ., , uh
South African campalRns. 1878 9. tmi of ".' 3-inch and 4.,-lnch high
Huaklm. 188-,; was special correspond-' plosive shell. tlr r. Gen. Arthur
Jntof the I.on Ion Times In the lloar Murray. Ohjef o( Coast Artillery,
ar. nnd is editor of tho United Serv- Bm' CoI Montgomery M. Macomb,
Icu Mneazlnn. Iln roiidiiclp.l llm Si-..p . Sixth field artillery, fionornl staff.
tator Kperlmental Ccmptny. Marc'.i nle nt 1,orl 'U'ey ns observers, to
lo Scntemliur. 190fi. Amune his mill- ECtlier with other well-known nr-
llihcil works Is "With Sovtn Generals tlllcr- nmccre. who will make very
In thu Hoar War." Ills address Is careful icports on the worlc done.
WlnRfleld, GodalmliiR, Suncy, Eur-. The prcrcnt tests arc n continuation
Intnl. With the customary reticence ' tho30 that tool; placo two years
of an ofllccr on a tour of Inquiry, Col-1 ago against the laigo redoubt con
unel Pollock did not explain tho ultl- structcd Jointly by tho army engl
mato use to which his Information nccrs and tho National Guard or
".".'ll'JiiSLUUlJulUiiJltitUUillOVSi'LftaUiEAUaUon; o,f JCnnuaSkang.iujotnlng
ceis lin.mct In Now York believe tl)at ' statc3. Since then M'0 new double-
Thc Army Con-xs ami Yolls, IDflO-lo,
Issued from tho Mllltnry Academy
Printing Ginco, arc nf n nature to
btrlke terror Into tho heart of nny prc
eum)tuous orponcnt. Wo havo tho
long corps jell, "Rah. Rah, Rny, Wrft
Point Ar May ' etc.; thp eiicII yell
"N-A-M-E Y-ci! Name''!" thp charge
yell, "Itnli Kali. Rah, Ilnli, IClyl! Kl
yl Kl 11 Wow Wow, Wow Charge! I !
The Army jell, "A-wnyJ A-rmy! A-r-
my! Rah. Rah, Hah, West Point!
Team! Team! Tenm!" Another.
"WeBt PolntI In nailery'! Heave!!!"
And tho horse laimli, "Haw! Ilnwl!
Haw!!!" etc. The songs nro "Henny
Havens," "Hall, Alma Mater, dear,
cally InnocuouB. If vaccination
shall prove to bo n leal picvcntlve of
typhoid, the army of tills and olhtr
countries will be ciltltted to no small
amount of credit."
The proposal to permit the assign
ment of retlied nimy nUlcers to tech
nical work on the plea that thuy
pooh rust nnd die fioni Inaction does
not meet with the upprovnl of one.
Lieut. Gen. Adnn II. Chaffee, who
snjs: ''lleltir let them dip n nat
ural death nnd Keep the. technical
work In the hands of civilians and
jciiing nrmy men.",
2SP3, All 3 etc, Kalnul and Dortch
Aves. Honolulu. II 24, p 101. OJt
Kicdcilkn N .McGulru and hsb (.1
W L) lo .Iphu It Mncatilaj; 1; Ur
2 IG."., hldg-i. i cuts etc, S slope Punch
bowl Hill, Honolulu. $1500. 11317,
, p 402. Ort 8, 1909.
Jehu .Miic.-ulny and vr to i; k
Hull; M; Grs 2403 and 34C.1. bldgs.
tents etc, S Blopc, Punchbowl Hill,
Honolulu. lluOO. II 321, p 12. Oct
Charles W Gray by Atty to Tho
mas V Sedgewfck; I); Lot 3 fit Ar
cher Tract tor King St nnd Ptler
ton I.nno, Honolulu. $3u0. 11 217,
p 403. Oct 7, 1909.
Tho water supply pioblcin at tho i.crtlm Wolter to P 1' Rjnn; A M;
U. S. naval station nt Key West, Mtg Annlo K Murray pt uls on Clou
Pin., Is to ho met by tho construe- 'l land, bldgs. etc. Kapalama, no
tion or n largo rc-lnfoned concrete nolulu. $211. II 324, p 105. Oct
cistern, tho Insldo diameter of which 8' 1!)09-
will bo eighty feet and tho Inside 0nn Sugar Co Ltd to Manuel !:
height foity feet. The bids for this T'lvares; I); Lot II, 1 4-10 A land,
work will bo opened at the llurcnu WlR. etc. Oha. Puna, Hawaii. $1
of Yards nnd Docks on Nov. 0. " " . I' '" Oct 7 1909.
' Olna Sugar Co Ltd to Antonc Vic-
Thprn will nnnoar In a few dnvs 0'lMci D' '"t 15- 13'tU0 A lan1i
a now court nnrllal nrininl for tho
navy. ' The work has been prepared
bldgs etc, Olaa, Punn. Huvvali. $1
etc. II 317, p 457, Oct 7. 1909.
Olaa Sugar Co Lid to Prank Rod-
by Commander llcnjnmln W. Wells, , u? . ... , , . . . .
U B N.. retired, under the direction , lllLV t
his study of Bin-ill armories Indicates
n deslro on the part of the Hrltlsh gov
ernment to develop n similar sjstcm
In tho smnl'er cities of England, to In
crearo tho local Inteiest In tho Terri
torial Korco which corresiionds in n
way to our National Guard.
It Is not unlikely that llrlg. Con.
W. W. Wothorspoon will soon bo
given a command. With the retire
ment of llrlg. (Jett. W. S. Edgorly.
It Is possible that Gen, WotherBpoon
may ho sent to n department com
mand. Gen. Wothorspoon was do
tallcd to tho general btaft Sept. 17,
1904, while serving ns assistant
commandant of tho Infantry nnd
Cavalry School at Pint Leavenworth
nnd has served continuously over
five joars with tho gencinl staff,
most of tho time ns president of tho
charged shrapnel shell has been de
vised, and that also will bo estcd
In tho present operations nt Fort
The Maxim Silencer docs not ap
prove Knelt to our ordnanco office
for Korvlco use. Of It Lieut. Col.
Quick work-in tho part nf sailors
from tho U. S. S. Minnesota, nt nil
clior In tho Hudson river, on Oct, 3,
saved loss of n II fo on nn ovcr-crovvd-Pil
excursion steamer which had
broken down whllo vlsltlng.tho fleet.
When tho ctenmer was Hearing the
warship, off 150th street, her en
gines stopped and tho' boat hocamo
enveloped In steam. Somo persons
stated an alarm of tiro and then
theio vvns n panic. Two launches
vvcia lowered from tho Minnesota
and went to tho side of the disabled
steamer and ns3ured tho passengers
that there was no Urn und that thero
would bo no danger If they remained
quiet. The pasccngcrs wcro landed
of Captain Kduafd II. Campbell.
Juilcllo Advocnte. . It will mnkn n
, volume of 300 pages and will supply
"Hurrah for tho Hlack nnj Gold end a long-felt want,
the Gray," "Tho Army Team" "Brave I 1
Old Army Team" four songs, nnd, Of the seventy-tliieo midshipmen
finally, a rone which will Mecl tho at thp Naval Acndciuv fumi the varl-
nerves nnd mureles of flm Nnw rn'-i an classes who vvwo "found" In' M" Honolulu. JGOOO. 11317 n 423 Oct
If ln . illn lt.. flfpl ll.iu nt .tin . i . , . .. ' .. . -
" "" '" "" " iiuno cxanuuaiioiiB, sixiy-ona nnu g, 1909.
J.Orlando Whlto head am; vvf to
11 317, p 159. Oct 7, 1909.
Recorded Oct. 4. 1009.
J II Schuack to Win A Hall; Rcl
Judgmt; See Lib 1 13, fo!. 54. II 1 13,
Honolulu Library &. R It Assn to
L Ah Lcong; 1); pipuiicps Pau.ihi St,
chorus behiK. "We'll sink thy Navy suctceded In p.is?Ldk the rc-nmliin
again1 to day." n 1 tlon8 scptcnibor,,'aiid'twclVp-. h;
ADMINISTHATOR'S SALS OF EEAL
AND PERSONAL ESTATE.
Notlco Is hereby given that under
nnd lu pursuance of an order Usucd
out of the Circuit Court of tho Plrbt
Clicult, Territory of Hawaii, In tho
estate ot Walter Chamberlain Pea
cock, deceased, tho undersigned a
Administrator with the Will annex
ed of the Estate of tho said Walter
Chamberlain Peacock, deceased. Is
authorized to nnd will sell nt public
miction, through J. 1 Moigan, auc
tioneer, to the highest bidder for
cash on Saturday, the 20th day of j
November, 1909, nt 12 o'clock noon
of that daj-, at tho front door of the
Judiciary llullcllng, In the clly of
Honolulu, nil the light, title and In
teiest of tho said Walter Chamber
lain Peacock, deceased, of. In and
to till the folluwlng property. 1
l-tret All flint i.nrtfllll nllrp or '
parcel of land situate on Hlshop
street, between King und Merchant
streets. In the city of Honolulu, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, and more particu
larly descilbed ns follow. Begin
ning nt a point on the Foulheast
side of Hlihop street, said point be
ing 232 50' 40.05 feet northeast or
the east comer ot Merchant and
Hlshop stiects, the coordtnnUn or
this corner tiom a sticet monument
wliM) marks tho Intersection of 'i
10-foot oftVit In the utrect fioin the
lorthwest Hue uf Alukea stueC ii1
1 an 8-foot offset In thu street from
(he Circuit ('curt of the I'lrat Clr
iiilt, of the Territory nf Hawaii.
I'ur further purtlculir3 apply to
the undersigned. j
Uatid, Ilo'ioliilu, October 27th, 1 ;
1909. J i
CECIL IIIIOWN.) f
Adinlnlsirnlrr With the 't'
Will Annexed of tho
Eitatu of Walter
Oct. 2S. i'l, 311; Nov. 1. 2, 3,
I, 5, , 8. 9. 10, 11, 12
10, 17, IS, 19.
hZ lT n,nn8,fwCn7, D:.l?r KuJ "'''the southwest lino of Merchant
The late Edwntd H. Harrlman,
whoso death has excited so much In
terest in thq financial world, was the
great-grandron of nn Englishman
named Wllllnm Harrlman, who camo
to this country in 1795 with 11 wife,
fuur daughters nnd four sons, three
nn order iipprovcdby'ths Sccretnry Pacific Heights. Honolulu. $1400,
of tho Navy Oct. 0, have been 319, p 195. Sept 30, 1909,
dropped. L G Htackman nnd wf to J Alfred
. Mngoon; Lot 2 and por Lot 5, Hlk
'Muj, Gen. J. I'rnnklln Doll. U. S. 10C, Pnlolo Valley, Honolulu. $3750,
A., chief of staff, has returned to I) 324, p 134. July 9. 1909.
Washington, I). C, from a trip of J Alfied Magoon to Tr of John L
Inspection of military posts. In tho Hlnlsdell ct tils; A Mi Mtg L (1
1 iHn 'il
of whom Joined tho navy and nil nrthwc3t. tho Pacific coast and Hlncfcmun and wf on Lot 2 and por
met with tragic deaths at cea. Mr.
Harrlman's mutornal gieatgrnnd
father wits Colonel Ncllton of Gen.
Washington's staff lu tho Revolution.
Alaska. 1 Lot 5, Hlk 10G, Palolo Vnlley, llono-
' 'lulu. $3750. II 321, n 130. July
Orders havo been Issued for tho 10- 199.
.. . fll.11.1. n A.l.l.lu n.l.l ii. t ... ltMf-
Kisifiiin.i.i.i ,1,1 inn 1 nnpuniii .ill aii...j v. ,,i.i.,iin (,..i. n. ... .,,.-
!..... ii. in. w, i... 1,,.. .Vii., ...... ..... . ... .. . fn,i,nH .. V..... 1,1.1
latest ,,llm u irwinj u; t , u r 2uao, ;""
Islnna and Vermont ot thu
sticet being 215.9 feet north nnd
197.55 fict west, uud running b
(1) 308 30' 85.30 feet,
229 00' 73.75 feet;
111 45 77.75 feet;
62 50' 93.22 feet nlong
Hlshop street to the Initial
Area 0,715 pqunio feet.
Second. All that certain piece or
panel of land situate on tha cast
Is W. P. Fuller &
Co 's PURE PRE
Eorcc paint lany
coat from 5 to 10
per cent less, but
around the ner.t
uiv.nt bill 50 per
177 S. King St.
--i Ll rT. TJtt i at I i V SmTSJT
OF ALL KWVS.
DEALERS IN LUMliU.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
lueen Sticet :: :: ii Honolulu.
type of turret training Rear.
: REAL ESTATE
CnpL Arliur W, Chase, Coast Art..
fl H A nn rniiiHintirllnr nfT1nt nf ttin
John T. Thompson. O. D.. II. S. A.. I ,(,.,, cmniniiy. stationed i J-ort How-
sajs: home ot 1110 conclusions ur-, nril m,1m hiw )tf,. I)r,)lm)lcil IlmJ()r,
rived at rrom our experiments with ,,,, hM ,.., 0.(!cr,.(I t(, tno Vn-shWo
tho silencer on tho new Springfield ()f a., r-rnl.m,, l:a for ,,ty. m
rlllo or service gun 1110 Hint the de- 1 October 19C8 Major Chase and his
vlro spoils tho bnlunco nf tho guui company at sorvlro practice" with 12
that it gets hot. nnd the quivering nrh mortars niado eight hits out of
nlr wlrtclrnrlsep from Us heated con- j.ino shots nt n target six miles out
dltl'lll XllOllH tho aim: that lt Is barlt In llm tin- mil imivlnrr nt nltnnl unmn
iind tedlouS'lo roinovo, nnd thus In- knots nil hour tlio c'lllro series of dlscaso havo been tendered pructl
t I J , -L l I .111 II I I
UbIiir ns n text tho wlllliiRiicbs of
tho men of tho Hospital Corps sta
tioned nt tho general hospital, near
Washington to bo Inoculated against
typhoid to test the efficacy of tho
vaccination theory In that disease
tho Clov eland Leader says: 'Tho
nrmy rings true ovcry tlmo Its devo
tion to duty nnd its pluck nnd for- 4
iituiis tiro put lu tlio proor, in pe.tie s
ns well aa lu war. It can bo counted
upon always mid ovcrjwheie." It Recorded Oct. 8. 1009.
says that "In the beginning of tho Tr J It llomberger to Manual
tests It was an extremely unpleasant vlschaves; I); Int In Lot 1. Hlk II
cxiioileiirn to sorvo ns i nlaneer lu Kaplolani 'Irnu. Honolulu,
this field of experiment .and le
search. It Is enough to shako tho
courage of nny in nil to ho Invited to
undergo the Injection of n culturo
of the Uphold bacillus, oven though
ho Is nsuuicd that tho geims of tho
Kills 5882 and 8798, bldgs etc, Knl
lua, Koohiupokn, O.ihu. $G00, II
317, p 427. Oct 2, 1909.
John Kahuli ct nls by A't of Mtgco
to Tr r. V Hlshop; Poio Arfdt; K P
2555 nnd Gr 3281, Knllhl, Hono
lulu. II 321, p 137, Oct 1, 1909.
Walalua Agrctl Co Ltd lo I) IC
Kul.cn; ltd; lut in Ap 3, Or 571
uud por Grs 280 and 1109 und por
ApJ 1 uud 2, Or 580, Wal.ilua, O.ihu.
$300. 11322, p 239. Oct 2. 1969.
Molt Sen Won to Ng Chuck; I);
pnr It P 2C99, Kill 11213, Klkthalo,
Honolulu. $500. II 317, p 428. Oct
Mary Young (widow) by Jdgo to
fl pH l
A microscope affords amusement .which is instructive.
In the hands of adults or youths the microscope develops
a broad interest in nature and coltivates valuable habits of
We carry the best and complete equipment, such as
necessary apparatus for making "mounts," pocket magni
fying Rlass, dissecting set, glass slides, etc, We invite
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
"Everything Photographic." Fort St., near Hotel.
11 317. l 451. Oct 7. 1909.
KoSki Kola nnd hsb (J) ,to Hca-iSo Iifgluald Dennett und vvf; Decree or
Young; D; lol 24, Hlk 4, Kaplolani Ailuptluu; In ro adoption and ch.iugo
Tract, Honolulu; H P (Or) 2033 of nnmo lo Charlotte Young Holl
and int In Kul 5993, Pnhoohoo 1 etc. iiott, 13 yrs old. 11 331, p 20. Sopt
N Komi, Hawaii. $1 etc. II 317, 30, 1909.
p 452. Oct 7, 1909. John I) Sprcckels nnd vvf et nls to
Mary .K Kahalcpunn n'nd hsb (It Gcoigo Ljeurgus; I); It P II and
N) to Mutual Hldg & Loan Socy of K-Kiti A kind, bldgs, rents etc, I'll-
Haw Ltd; Addn Chguj por It P Jlo. h"nua, llllo, Hawaii. $71,000. II
Kill 800. Paiion. Honolulu: It P 317. p 425. Aug 11, 1909.
2120, Kul 7091, Walhcc, Koolaupo- Veiglnlo A C.irvalho ami wf to
ko, Oahu. $200. II 224, p 15C. Oct Tr or Roman Catholic Church; I);
8, 1909. Gr 4129, S. llllo, Hawaii. $1130.
Jno A Palmer nlid, wf to Frank U H 317. p 429. Aug 20. 1909.
Enos; I); Lot 10, Hlk 3G, Knlmukl Ilaiold Kauhl to John T Molr;
Tract, Honolulu. $250. II 317, P i 1-7 lut lu Gr 2229, Muknmlkl,
453. Aug 18, 1909. S llllo, Hawaii. $222.95. II 317, P
II It Banning by Atty to Notlco; 431. Oct 31, 1909.
Notice; Applcn por Reg Title of It
P 7107. Kul 981, Ap 2, near tor
l.llllm nnd Vineyard Sts, Honolulu.
II 331, p 29. Oct 8, 1909.
J Alfred Mngoon to Notice; No
tlco; Applcn for Rep Tljlo of por
Or 3370, Mnunnkea St, Honolulu. II
33), p 30. Oct 8, 1909.
II R Banning by Atty to Notlco;
Notice; Applcn for Reg Title of R !
7740, Ap 1 und por Kul 2 PL, Hnu
liaukol, Honolulu. I) 331, p 31, Oct
Oahu Pineapple Co Ltd to Klist
Am Savs & Ti Co of Haw Ltd; Mi
Gr 5181 and por Gr 3119, bldgs.
pineapples, rents etc, PiipukenPau
main, Knolnuloa, Oahu; pineapples,
W O Smith to Albert Trask; Rcl;
Lots 1, 2. 3, 4, It, 12, 13, 15 nnd 1.
1111c G of Lots 15, IG, 17. 18 and 19.
Illk II, Knlulniil Tinct, Honolulu
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort. '
Wc want to see all our old cus
tomers come jock.
streets, lu said 11011011111!, nnd de
scribed ns follows: Commencing at
tho cast corner of Nuunnu and Mer
chant streets, nnd 1 mining:
(1) N. G' 47' E. true CS.S feet
along Nuuamt street;
(2) S. 25 03' E. tine 3 feet
(3) S. 5 10' W. truo 05 feet
nlong J. T. Wutorhoiuo's
(I) N. 28" 10' W. tine G3.7 feet
nlong 'Merchant street to
Area, 4,728 square feet.
Third. All that piece or parcel
of kind situate on the makal side r p0SES, CARNATIONS nnd other
iui-vii niii-ci, iiiiiimi 111 niu .1111111 mi j
llulliMng, In said Honolulu, being
tho bauie picmlsej described in that
icrtalu deed mado by C. A. Peacock
to W. C. l'eniocl; dated September
30, 1892, nnd of recoid in Llhcr
135 on pages 180-482, und more
particularly described ns follows:
Beginning at the cast corner of this ' Give it a trial. Guaranteed to provo
lot and on the mnknl sldo of (Jeon ; Rood. Write for booklet 'to P. 0.
stiect, the tooidluateii or said point Box 03,
of beginning referred to Govern-)
incut Survey Trig. Stutlon 'Punch- THE0, II, DAVIES & CO,, AGENTS.
bowl" being 2,718.5 feet south,
and 3792,2 feet vvekt, nnd the 1? "
tine azimuth and distance fiOi. a f?3VfV
Government Survey streot mnnu- (7,
input at the intersection of Queen
Wing Wo Tai & Cc.
9.H NUUANU ST
The best in
MRS. E. M TAYLOR.
Younc Bldg. Tel. 339.
PERFECTION ROOF PAINT
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
rhe Kind You Have Always Bougtt
r of C&ZM&&&tC
Do fall win's blovvln', honey,
Do full win's blovvln' cool;
De squhrel an' de cotton-tail bunny
Skip down by d mcihleh pool.
mcliny. vehicles luiplo- 01' whcl1 ,,e I"lIt tubus inellah
of Oahu Pineapple Co Ltd. . A'1' J,s cider mill sings It's hong;
II 324, p U.S. Oct 8. 1909. A" (l I'unipkln'B glttfn' jullah
und Punchbowl streets, being 239" I J., fe
50' 235.2 feet, thence running by , i
nlonu RsSSSSl YouB Bld'
0, Q. YEE HOP & CO.
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
Den ol' Octobah's coniln' 'long,
(1) C8 35' 113.9 feet
land ot J. Biicklev;
(2) IIS 55' 65,4 feet nlong
fence nlong land owned by
Castle & Cooke, Ltd,
(3) 218' 25' 105.0 feet along
L. C. A. 214 to Mauulkl;
(I) 321' 15' 01 1 feet along ma
kal side of Queen stieet to
point of beginning.
Area ... squaro (PCI, IlinMnT.TIT.Tr TiAWrUMfl AnATVPMV
loiiith. Al the r ght. t tie nnd Mects Hondav Bn4 Frillav ,,,,,,,,, at
n e.est of said alter Chamber- 8.30 O.clocki Kilolan:l Art LeaBU(.
lain Peacoek lu nnd to four hundred UIulcr the direction of
and koventy-flvo (475J shaiesof the. OTTO RURMESTER
capital slock of W. O. Peacock & Co.,
Limited, 1111 Hawaiian coiponitluii,
evidenced by Certlflrutos Nos. 53, 72
New Dances p. Specialty.
Informction furnished bv Otto
''unnester at WALL. NICHOLS CO.,
King it 'Jehpaon Store 201.
Mrs. P. A. Halght of Chicago, fU In n'"' ST. for 60, 300 and 126 ehnies
front of a New York biiIuvt:' train and I i'IJCtlol-.
11 ni ,. 11:1 n,.t e innii escatied death In n 11 u row 111 cln lei ins Lash.
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