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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, DEC, 15, 'OD.
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Fort & Beretania Streets
Olllcc f tlio Hoard (if Hcnllli,
December Sill, 1909.
TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES KALI
HI RECEIVING STATION. BOTfS'
HOME AND KAPIOLANI OIELS'
Scp.iia'o li-tnliTf. In duplicate, fur
furnishing, nnvllvi'l (II. Ilii'
Kalllll Receiving Slallnn, (-1 till'
Hoys' Homo md CM llic Kuplolanl
('.Iris' Home, hi Knlilil. Cllv and
I'lllllltV l)( llllllllllllll. Willi Supplies
loipilied lit n'li Ii i( I lie alien e-n. lined
Institutions during I ho period of six
i.hiiiIIih from .liiniiiirr 1st, IMin, In
Juno .mi h, I Ml ii. will bu hti-UciI "I
the nlllrii of the Hoard of lli-iltli tin-
lll 12 o'clock iiimli. Tuesday, Do
t ember 21st, lima.
.fc'pcolllculloll lllhl II lint of till'
Mini mill approximate iianilty or
HiiiillrH it'ipilri'il hv each nf tlm
al.iive-miiiinl I mhI It ut Iiiiih mill other
Information, may ho had upon ni
plication lit I ho oflUo nt tlio IIimhI
of llrnllli. Tondols In lie based
iitMiu I ho riimitllli'H htiiti'il, lint tho
I'o.inl will not liliul Itself In pur
iImmi tliu whole or nny particular
part of tho quantities s'ated, such
iU.mtllloH being staled merely for
tho convenience of bidders In sub
inlltlni: their bids.
Tin1 supplies fur c'loh nf tlio nlinvo
named IiikI 1 1 ul Ions must ho lilil mi
ep irately mi fnrms furnished by
tllc llo.'ircl nf lli'iiltli. Each lender
must lio I'lnlnrHoil "Tender for Knll-1
111 Receiving Hlnlliiii." nr "Tender
for Hoys' Ilnme," or "Tender for
KiiilnlHtil (llrls' lliimo," as- tlio ciihi;
All bids must lio submitted In nc
mrdance with, mid lie subject In, tlio
piovlsloii uml requirements ut Act
02, Session Laws 1909.
THE 110AUD OK HEALTH,
lly Its President.
K. A. M0TT-SM1TH.
4181! Dec. 8, 9, 10, 11. 13, 11, 13.
Hi, 17, 18.
Onico nf llio llo.inl of lloiilth,
Dccomhcr 8th, 1909.
TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES LEPER
, iiealed lendcrM, In duplicate, en
dorsed "Tondei-H for Supplies Leper
Settlement," for furnlidilnc tho Lep
ei Ketttenient, Molnknl, with hup
piles for the period of hIx inonthB
fiom .laiiumy IhI, 1910, to Juno
3(iMi.'191fl, will ho received nt tho
(ilIHc of the Hoard of Health until
12 o'clock noon, Tuesday, December
2 lot. 1909. ,
fipecllluilloiiR and a list nf the
Klnil itud nppioxlnialo nunutlty of
MlpplIeK requlied, mid other Infnr
iii.HIoii may he had upon application
ut llio onico of III" I loo,, id of I leal III. '
Teudei-H to bo boHed upon tho (pian
tllleH Hinted, hut llio Hoard will not
bind Itself to piuehnsn tho wholo
or any particular pint of tho iiuau
titles stated, mch iiianlllle belni; '
i-taled merely fo tho runvnnleneo or
bldderx In nuhniltlliiK their IiIiIh,
All bid) must bo in. olo on forms
' furnished by tho Hoard of Health
nml must ho submitted in accoiihinco
'with, mid lie subject lo, the pi in Is-(
Inns mid letiulienieuts of Act 02,
tScHslun Laws 1909. !
Till! IIOAIID OP HEALTH,
lly Uh I'lObldenl, I
H. A. M0TT-S.MITII.
' 4ISrt -Deo. 8, , 10, 11, III, II, IB,
Ifi, 17, 18,
NOTICE OF SALE OF GENERAL
LEASE OF PUBLIC LANDS.
At 12 o'clock noon, Monday, ' De
cember 20lli. 1909, nt tho front
riitruncu to tho Capitol, Honolulu,
thorn will bo bold at public miction
under piovlslous of I'att V, Laud Act
of 189n, Sections 27.S-28.1 Indushu,
(Revised Laws of Hawaii, general ,
.leases of the follmvluK descilbcd
' ( 1 ) (iovernniPiit remnant ut Ka
iliauiuaknnwe, Manna. Oaliu, con
TlnlnliiK an men of C.r.i neict, mmo
'or loss, lielnR classed as ngrlcultur.il
In ti 1 l'ptct ii'iitii!, 5 IT.'.OO tier nu
llum. Payable Boml-annunlly in ad
vance. Term nf lease, ." years from
December 1st, I9U9.
(21 I'nitlmi nf the Cnvermuent
lands n Ulahatt nn tlio Island
,f Molokal, lying liclnw llic For
est Reserve, containing an urea
of I Dl) acres, nun n or less, being
(hissed im paBloial Intitl. Upset icnt
nl, $80. no per milium. l'anlilo semi
miminlly In udvaiuc. Term of
lease. 1." o.iih rioni January ltd,
CM emolument portion of Kii
liiiiuillill, nil till' Ixl.iud of Molohal,
IsIhk liolow t lio rnrcxl llosorvt', ton
tiilnlui; mi mm nf C'li ncicx, tnoro
nr IffH, holiiR I'lnxscil :ih piiKtoi.il
luiiil I'pKi'l iciitiil, 2il.il per nn
mi ill. I'nnhl voml-miniinlly In nil
iinii'. Ti'ini of Io.ikp, K jm.uh finni
.In on. ir IkI, I HI ii.
These loaios will contain fonclup
Ito-oi :itliUH ri'Kiii'dltm land re
iUliod hy tlio (lineininenl foi not
llonionl, u'cliim.itluu nr piihllc put-po.-os
will ho omhnilliil In each of tlio
iihnvr loin oh.
Cost nf lulvi'itlKllif; In ho pa hi hy
I'or maps ai.il fill I tu-r Inronnallon
apply In llio onico nf tho Commit)
sinner ut I'lihllc I.iiiiiIh, Honolulu.
CommlsHloner of l'uhlli: I .a nils.
D.itL'd Honolulu. Nncmhor ICtli.
1170 Nnv. IS. 21, Doc. 2, 9, 10.
HAIKU SUOAR COMPANY
Notice to Stockholders.
Notice Is hereby given that new
certificates for tlio Increased capital
mock of the Haiku Simiir Company
will bo Issued to stockholders on De
cember 13th, 1909.
Stockholders are particularly re
quested to exchange their present
(ertlllcates for those of tho now Is
sue without delay.
Tho stock hooks of tho (ompany
will ho closed for transfers from De
cember Sill to Decemhor Kith, In
clusive. vf. P. COOKh,
Treasurer, Haiku Sugar Company.
Honolulu, December Gth, 1909.
.UJ 1 181 Dec. , 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13,
Notice to Stockholders
Notlco Is hereby given thnt new
eeitllleales for tho Increased capital
stock nf tho Pala Plantation will bo
Issued on December ISth, 1909.
Stockholders nro particularly ro
qiicHleil tu exchange tlielr present
eertlllcnles for thoso of tho now Is
silo without delay.
Tho stock books of tho tnmpany
will be closod for transfers from Do
ceinher 8tli to December ISth, n
clushe. J. P. COOKE.
Tiensurer, Pala Planlatlon.
Honolulu, Derember (lib, 1909.
4181 Deo. C, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13,
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF SPE.
Notlco Is heroby given that tho
special partnership botweon Alfred
C Sllva as goneral partner nml Da
vid P. Lnwienco us special partner,
carrying on business In Honolulu,
Territory of llnwall, undor tho nnmo
and st) In of "SllvnV Toggery," was
dissolved on the 22d day ot Novem
Dated, Honolulu, T. II., November
ALITtED C, SILVA.
D. P. LA WHENCE,
4171 Nov 24, Dec. 1, S, IS, 22,
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, The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, 50 cents at B u 1
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Dff- UULLCTIN ADO PAY 4g
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
, In the Matter of the Estate of Frank
J Enos, Deceased, Intestate.
I The iiiiilcmlmicil, ImvltiK liren hy
!nn order of the llonniiihtu V. .1,
, Itnliliunu, Third .IiiiIrc. Circuit
jCouil, 1'lrnl .Iiitllfl.il Cltrull, Tcril
lory nf llnwnll, dul nppidnleil ml
' mlnlsliatrlx nf tho etitii'lo nf I'liuik
' I'jIiiih, iloee.iiicd, Inli'stnlo, Into nf tin
nolulu. I.d.iml nf O.ihu, Nntlec Ih
'lii'iuliy rIwii tti nil porsnn.i lo pre
vent (heir tl.ilmi iik.iIiihL tho eatale
'id llu mild I'liink liniHi, tlocoascd,
lti(ctnte. duly iiutlirnllrntcd. wlietli.
er roimi'il hy morlKiiRP oi olhei
I wIko, tn Ihe iilnlerslKiioil, nt tier roil
liloueo, ISTil 1'unthhoul lto.n1 In tho
City and County nf Honolulu, within
idx CM months from tlio 'Into here
of, or they will lio forever haired.
A nil nil pelMiiii Indclited In llio said
ext.ilo are hereby roquoileil In ninko
llmmedlatp pauient thcieof to tlio
I Dated nt Honolulu. O.ihn. Ihln 17th
play of Novoinher, A. I). 1909.
AdmlnlKtratilx nf llio Ex
tale of Frank Enos, De
ecaneil, 1469 Nov. 17, 21, Dec. 1, S, IS.
IN THE CIIUMJIT COUItT OK THE
Klrst Circuit nf the Territory of
Hawaii. At Chiimhtrs. In Probate, i
No. 4 1 as. In the matter of the Es
tr.lo of llertha C. Humble. Deceased.
Tho petition of Trent Trust Coin
I any, Limited, administrator nt the
tfclatn of llertha C. Kuniblo. Deceas
ed, pricing for an outer of sain of
itrtaln leal estate belonging to tho
estate of said decedent, consist-
house and lot on Ilerctnn-
In street, said lot being de
scribed as Lot 1. ot It. P.
(2) Lots 3 and 4 ot Hlock 31 ot
tho Kalmukl Tract;
(3) Lot 11, Hlock 8A, Knpanulu.
All of which property Is situated
In Honolulu, Island of Oahu. And
It appearing to the Court from said
ictltlon thnt (hero arc good anil suf
ficient legal reasons why such real
iklnto should bo sold, to-wlt, tho
Insufficiency of tho personal pinper-
ty of said deceased lo pay tho debts
of said deceased. It Is heicby or
dered that all persons Interested In
tlio snld estate appear before this
court on Monday, tho 3rd day ot
January, A. D. 1910, at 10 o'clock
n. m., at tho court room ot the
Judge nf this Court presiding at
Chambers, In Honolulu, Territory or
Hawaii, then nml there to show
cause, If nny they have, why an or
der should not bo granted tu the
mlmlulhtintor of said estate for tho
hale or tlio teal pioperty belonging
In said estate, as piny oil for In tho
petition heroin lllcd.
Dated at Honolulu, November 27,
Hy the Court:
J. A. THOMPSON,
Clerk Klrst Circuit Comt,
Tenltory or Hawaii.
1178 Nov. 29, Dec. C, 13, 20.
Nn. 172. TEIUUTOHY OP HAWAII.
COURT Oh' LAND ItEC.ISTHATION.
TERRITORY OP HAWAII TO I'HII
IP L, WEAVER, CITY AND COIJN- I
TY OP IIONOU'LU. by JOSEPH
.1. KERN, as Major nod Piesldetit
of tho lloaid or Supoi vlwirs; ISI-1
DOR RUIIINSTEIN, MATHEW J.
SCANLAN, HOP SINC. CO., OEO.
W. LINCOLN, Trusleo; MARSTON
CAMPHELL, as Siipeiintcndent of
Public Woiks: MARY A. SHORT,
TERRITORY OK HAWAII, by,
CHARLES It. HE.MENWAY, as,
Attorney Ceneinl; MELEANA I
KINA LINCOLN (wllo of D. W. ,
Llnioln), W. R. CASTLE, and to
ALL whom It may concetti:
Whereas, n petition has been )we
senled to said Court by AONES C.
WEAVER to leglstcr and loiiflrm
lier title In the following deseilbel
Heglnnlug at a galvanized linn
spike ut ti point ull the southeast ,
Mile, nf Mal.ll.l street, finm which the.
east corner or Mal.lkl and Klnnii
When you buy at the stores and ask for Green
Cash Stamps (they're free), call at the Show
rooms and see the many Useful and Valuable
Articles you get Free tor Green Stamps.
true nzlmuth 43 3S" and distant 85,
feet, and running hy true azimuths:
(1) 223 33', 02 feet nlong '
rout lien st lino of Muklkl
stieet tu u galvanized Iron
(2) 312' .13. 123 3-10 feet nlnng ,
poitlon of It. P. (Urnnt)
31011, owned by Mrs. Anna
Short, to a driven galvnnlzcd
() 4.1 3.V. (12 feet along por
tion or It. P. ((Irani) 3106
owned hy (I. V. Lincoln,
Trustee, lo a driven galvan
ized lion pipe;
I) 132 r.3 134 3-10 foot along
portion Jr It. P. (Crant) No.
::I0(!, owned by I. Itubcnstolu,
lo (he. Initial point; Area,
S32S s'liiaro feel.
Doing a portion nf land described
l.i It. P. t(lratit) No. 310G to V. It.
You arc,., heicby cited to nppcar
nt the Court of Land Iteglstrnllnn,
to be held nt tho City and County ot
Honolulu nn the 22nd day of Decem
ber, A. I)., 1909, nl ten o'clock In
the forenoon. In shuw cause, If any
jcu have, why the prayer nf said pe
tition should not' ho granted. Ami
unless you appear at sain court nl
the I lino and plain nfoicsald your
default will bo iccoidoil, mid the
said petition will ho taken as con
fessed, and you will bo forovcr
barred from contesting said petition
tr nny decieo enleied thereon.
Witness tho HONOHAHI.E V. .1.
ItOIHNSON, Judge of said Court, this
2 llh day of November, In the year
nineteen bundled and nine.
Attest with Seal nf said Court:
(fceal) Jl. T. SIMONTON.
447S Noyi 21; Dec. 1. S. IS.
iCITV NEEDS LARGER
"H a llro were to get a good st'irt to
day In the business seel Ion or Hono
lulu ll would mean tho wiping out or
the town. Honolulu has grown faster
than her lire ilcpaitment and tho pres
ent building regulations have (n I lowed
conditions to bu cieated which are
This Is the opinion of Chailes II.
Thurston chief engineer of tho Hono
lulu lire deparlment, expressed yctter
lay. Chler Thurston lays gieat stiess on
tho fact that this city has not only
oulgiown tho pi cent flro deparlment
hut that tho flimsy construction or
buildings as allowed by tho city au
thorities would be almost loo much ror
n well-equipped department should a
flro get stalled In sumo or tho down
"Honolulu Is a glowing city. It has
.Blown lunch In ihu past, Is glowing
new and will grow miieli moru In Ihu
future anil tho llro dcputim n: slmi'lv
i has nut gioun with P."
Now that tho vacant lot on Smith
Mind, lias been turned over to tho city
nml county by the Terriloiy, llio c-lilcf
Is In hopes er having a new llro station
(here Inshhyof six months.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
I fha k'lnii Vnn Utiua Alui-m Dnnn-M
hip niuu iwu nuiu ninuja uuugm
Thn Evening Hullo
I I a Is now delivered In Ihu
Knlniuki Dlstilct, Including
Headers or tliu II u 1 I e 1 1 u
who desire Die paper dellv
eied at their hollies In this
district will bu actoinu'iodat
ed It they leave their names
mid add i esses In the business
cifllre or the II u 1 1 ti t I n.
This delivery Includes ler
lltoiy up to one-half in I In
iiiauku car line on I'nlolo load.
FUNERAL OF HEROES IN MINE DISASTER;
BRED line of orphans
Tho authorities nt tho St. Paul Coal conipan's mini; near Cherry, III., announced when thoy round It
was necessary lo flood tho inlno to extinguish tho f.rc that weeks might elnpso bcfoio all tho bodies: In Ihu nilnu
poiilil ho rtcovciod. It Is not believed that nil of them ever will ho bioiight to 'llio siiirare. Arter thn mliio
was IKioihsil It wan declared by exiiert'i that no IITc cou'd sllll exist In tho pit. Thn officials of 'llio coal (ompiny
and tho local authoiltles luvo done all In their power to relluvo the distress or tho widows and orphans nt tho
nioii who died lu Ihu mine. Nuises worn sent to the sreno uh-early as posflldo lo caio for tho l.ontl or more
oiphuns, and liberal euppIIcb of food huvu been dlslrlbiiled, but this In nowise lellevos tho awful suspense of
tho poor women nml chlldien who wait day and night mound tlio burning shift for some my nf hopu fmiii
below. These excellent phtitogruidis r.how tho runeral or miiiiu or tho hoiolo men who lost their llvoa In Irylua
to K'scuo their comrades nml a lino or littlu orphans walling at tlio iiIiim-h' lionilqu irlers for food.
COLLECTOR L0EB PUTS
TIPS UNDER BAN
Has Issued Orders to the Effect
That He Will Dismiss From the
Service Employes Who
NEW YORK, Doc. 0. - "Not n
man shall icitriln In this service
wlin accepts a lip fmin a passenger,
said Collet tor Loch today, anil In
tho next sentence ho dismissed
Clinrles Milium, u customs Inspector,
who hud been In tho service since
j&snm Ii! ' AW inrffTr
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J.Wl .' f"rW I
1. aMSii m-Zs. t'i,
"I am dctcimlned to break up
that pracllio, mid I wnnt tliu people
lo know that not u cent need bo
...i. i n,i.. I,,,... I...... ..r ti.iu ti.ti-t r,.i
' " ' i-'w ,
,p M.V,C , (.(ivcinment pays n
agenlH to pel form," added tlio col
Custom ' nlitlioilllcM letirned that
Nliumo h id loaned a passenger hulll
clent money lo pay duty on excess
of baggage and iiftorwnrd went lo
thn passengcr'a homo to lolled llio
-v. in i . 1 1
4. Tr , WHM63gUi
at food depot
RICE TO THE iimoiint nf'"20r. sacks,
tl hales hides uml several packages: ut
MinililcH in 1 1 veil from Kealla by tho
steamer Kcaiihou this mniulug. Tliu
vessel met wllli lino wenthur nnd
smooth seas on both oulwaid iilid In
THE PACIFIC MAIL liner Jlimsolh
11 is aunoiiiieud. will nail finm San
I'lanclsco for tho Fur East on De
cember 21. This vessel should1 nirlvo
lieiu on tlio 27lli, en loulo to Japan
1'Oitu mid llnimkoug,
We Have It In Mission,
Ideal and Standard
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