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.nvfcfflNfl HUi.I.ETIN, .HONOLULU, T. H.f miDAY. DHC. 17.
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO FORE
J CLOSE, AND OF SALE BY AS.
SIQNEE OF MORTGAGE.
Nollce Is hereby Riven Hint by
virtue of n power of ixilo contained
In Hint tertnln moitgagc, dated the
Erioiut day of November, 1003, mnde
by Joseph 0. I.uttcd of Honolulu, Is
land of Oaliu mid Territory of Ha
vrnll, to lllshop & Co. of the same
place, whlcl! said mortgago Is of
record In tho Hcgtstry of Convey
ances hi Honolulu nforesald In Liber
fii!, on page 212 ct sec , nnd which
Mild mortgage nnd tho note seemed
thereby wns duly asilgnod to the
Klrst Amerlcnn Savings nnd Trust
1 Co. of Hnwnll, ltd., by the Bald lllsh
op & Co., Mortgagees', by docUmcnt
dnted dntiunry 23rd, 190G, and of
record In the oftlco of the Assistant
llpglntrur, Court of Land Hcglstra-
. tlnn, on Certificate No. 3 In HegUtra
Hon Hook 1, p. 11, that the said
Tho First American Havings nnd
Trust Co. of Ilnwnli, Mil., Assignee,
, np aforesaid,, Intends to foreclose
mid mortgage for broach of the con
ditions In said mortgago contained,
tn-wlt, (ho non-payment of the prin
Notko Is nlso hereby given that
ill nnd singular the lands, tono-
tiionls and hereditaments In said
li'ortgngc described will bo cold at
I ubllc miction at the salesroom or
James K. Morgan In Honolulu afore
said, on Wednesday, tho 22nd day
of December, 1909, at 12 o'clock
noon of, Jh.it, day.
Tho property covered "by said
mortgage Is situated on Kulakaun
Axcniic, Wnlklkl. Honolulu iiroro
iiald, adjoining the seaside properly
'or tho Hon. A. S. Cleghorn near the
Moann Hotel; has fine sea bathing
nnd three small (ottages upon It;
has a Torrons Title, and Is bounded
nnd described as follows:
llcginnlntf nt tho cast angle ot
i Cleghorn lot (known as Kalulanl
Unth Ilnuso 1ot) on thu makiil sldo
of Wnlklkl main road at a point
point from which tho (lovornment
Street Monument In Wnlklkl road,
opposite , Alnahau lime, Is truo
nzlmuth ir.O' 28' 237.4 feet, as
tdiown on tho nctompanylng plan,
nnil truuiilng by truo azimuths:
1 48 0' 140.0 feet nlong Cleg
horn lot, to high water maik;
2 31'ii 31' 79.1 feet along high
water mark to boundary of
,,,.. L. C. A. 7097 Lot 3, Knmnu-
" 3 228" 0' 13C.0 feet nlong L. U.
A. 7597 lot 3, to makal side
; of mad; thence
4 138' 2T.' 79.0 feet along ma
kal side ot Wnlklkl Road to
' .-tlje Ifiltiirl point,; being a por
tion of L. C. Award GGlli
Nuuauu lot 4. Area 10,903
suaio feet. Fagnctlc Decli
nation Dec. 20th, 1903, ut
the initial point "lO" 10'.
Terms Cash, U.,S. irold coin.
Deeds at thu expense of the pur
chaser. Dated, Nocmber 2Cth, 1909.
THE KIHST- AMKHICAN SAVINGS
AND TRUST CO. OF HAWAII,
Ily Ha I'lesldent,
Asslgnco of Mortgage.
For further particulars apply at
tho Hanking 'Houso ot tho Assignee
of the Mortgugo or to J. K. Morgan,
J476--Nov. 20, Dec. 3, 10, 17.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION TO FORECLOSE AND OF
t , Notlco Is hereby given that pur
suant to tho power ot sale contained
In that certain mortgago dated Aug-
' Uht IS, 1903. . mndo by Caroline
linughton of Honolulu, Territory ol
Hawaii, mortgagor, to the I'loncer
llulldlng & Loan Association of Ha-
i wall, mortgagee, which snld mort-
gago is recorded In tho Register Of-
.lice, Onhu, In Liber 251, on pages
230 and 232, tho said mortgagee, In
tends to forei'loso snld mortgago for
condition broken, to-wlt, tho non
payment ot pilnclpal and Interest
Notlco Is Ilkcwiso given thnt the
property' convoj ed by snld mortgage
. will bo sold ut public miction at the
nuctloii looms of James W. Pratt, on
Mot chant street. In said Honolulu,
on Saturday, tho sth day of Do
ccmbor, 1909, ut 12 o'clock noon or
Tho pioperty convoyoM by said
mortgage nnd which will bo sold as
''aforesaid Is all thnt certain pleco ot
land situated on Emma street, Hono
lulu aforesaid, bounded as .follows:
lleglnnlng nt a point on tho nortn
kldo of 1,'mnin Btrcot 227 feet from
tho north corner of Umma and Vlno
jard stieots and running by truo
1. N. 30" Or,' V. 38.5 fcot along
2. N. 0!V' 10' K. 44.5 feet along
3. 8. 32' 4.V K. 42 feet along Ii.
C, A. 056, A p. 2, to Ununa
4. S. 59' 35' v. 41.8 feet along
Emma street to Initial point.
Also thu building" nnd Impinvo
mmitH I hereon.
Torms: Cash, United Stntcs gold
coin. , v
Deed nt tho ejcncnso'of-tho pur
Dated, Honolulu, T. 1I November
THE PIONEER HUILDINQ &
LOAN ASSOCIATION OK
A. G. M. HOUERTSON,
Attorney for Mortgagee.
4 109 Nov. 19, 26, Dee. 3, 10, 17.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Mnttor of the Estate of
George Smith, Deceased, Intestate,
'flic undersigned hnving been by or
der ot the Honorable W. J. Robinson,
Third Judge, Circuit Court, First
Judicial Circuit, Territory ot Hawaii,
duly appointed ndminlstrntor, of tho
estate ot George Smith, deceased, In
testate, Into of Honolulu, Island of
Onhu, formerly of Youngstown, Ohio,
t.ottce Is-hereby glvon to all persons
to pi (sent thclrtclnlms against tho
cMnte. of tho said George Smith, de
censed, duly authenticated, whether
iccurcd by mortgage or otherwise,
to (lib undersigned nt his office In
Honolulu, City and County of Hono
lulu, within six months from the
data hereof, or they will bo forever
Dated at Honolulu, City nnd Coun
ty of Honolulu, this 26th day of No
vember, A. D. 1909.
'Administrator of tho Estate
of Ocorge Smith, De
40470 Nov. 20; Dec. 3, 10, 17.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THE
First Circuit. Territory of Hawaii.
At Chambers. In Piobntc, In tho
mnttor of tho Estate of Edmund M.
Lcgroi, Decenscd. Order of Notlco
of Hearing Petition for Administra
tion. On reading and filing tho pe
tition of John II. Legros of Honolu
lu, alleging that Edmund M. Le
gros of Mild Honolulu died Intestate
at said Honolulu on the 0th day of
November, A. D. 1909, leaving prop
irty within tho Jurisdiction of this
tomt necessary to bo administered
upon, nnd praying that letters of
administration Issuo to him. It Is
ordered that Monday, tho 17th day of
January, A. D. 1910, nt 10 o'clock
a. m., be nnd hereby la appointed
for hearing said petition In tho
court room of this court In the'Judl
(imy llulldlng In the City and Coun
ty of Honolulu, nt which time and
place all persons conccrnod may ap
pear nnd show cause, f any they
have, why said petition should not
I a gi anted.
Ily the court.
A. K. KONA.
j Assistant Clerk.
1489 Dec. 10, 17. 24, 31.'
SOON TO OPEN
Tho Kanlkcolanl Children's Hosplt.il,
which was dedicated on November 24
by Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Wilcox, tho
donors, lll bo ready to receive pa
tients on December 20. Dr. Jniues It.
Judd has been appointed surgeon and
Dr. F. 8. Hedemann phjslclan. The
hospital is under the Immediate euro
ot Miss Dowar, a trained nurso who
is well known In Honolulu, shu hav
ing luidercd very valuable services In
tho Palama hospital during tho past
Tho houso 0011111111160 of the, hospital
Is composed of James F. Morgan, V.
O. Smith and A. Hartley, who aro also
members ot tho board of trustees.
Under these gentlemen all details of
tho opcrutlon of tho hospital will
come. Tho other trustees aro Judgo
Sanford U. Dole, A. g. Wilcox, Geo.
P. Castle and D. A. Mott-Smlth
Tho hospital Is located on Kuaklnl
street, between Nuuanii and I.lllhu
streets and tho telephone number Is
SOON TO COME
From Indications It would .seem
that Knlmukl district Is soon to have
the long-expecterl tenf-mlnute car
At n meeting of the drcctors or
tho Rapid Transit Company yester
day urtcrnoon this was one. of the
Important Horns, which came betoro
II, and It wns practically settled
thnt Kalmukl nnd Manoa Valloy
would bo given tho benoflt of this In
ci eased service during tho busy
hours of tho day.
Tho bulldln gof shelter stations
nt tho ends of tho vmiousbranchc8
wns another mnttor that was acted
IN HONOR OF E0NQ SERVICE
There was a Jolly good time at
the Pacific, Club jestorday In honor
of tho twenty-five yonrs' service ful
ly filled out by Christian Hcdoniann
ot the Honolulu Iron Works. Many
of tho shuie holderc and officers or
tho company weio present and toasts
and speechos were tho order ofvtho
At tho conclusion ot the ban
quet Mr. Hedemann was presented
with a silver salver on which was
Inscribed: "Presented to Christian
Hedemann by the directors of the
Honolulu Iron Works to commomo
ruto tho completion on July 14,
1909, of twenty-Are sears ot valued
seivlio with the company."
Biii.i.r.Tlf4 ftps pay -qm
: What Afmy and Navy j
folk Are Doing :
Short of Supplies and Crew.
LONDON, Dec. 4. A grnve in
dictment ot tho nduilnlstratlon vt
tho univ wns mnde br Lord Chariot
lleresfoid In n spech delivered nt thej
rnmiAli dinner of theDolphln Socle
ly ui nrisioi recently, lie snui:
1 think I know what is In the
minds of my audience. You me all
conscious of a wiguc belief that In
the common phrase, "Tne navy Is nil
right." You say to yourself that
his majesty's mlnlsteis have told us
again mid again that our sea su-
preiuucv Is unassailable, and that
there liiin.t be somo truth In tlmt
statement. Nevertheless I nm hero
tonight to show jrm thnt there Is
grave reason to doubt that state
ment, and to give reasons why you
bhould doubt It.
In the first place we are short of
four battleships projected. The four
ships which ought to have been laid
down this j car have been postponed
to next ear, and not one penny ot
tho hudgot wns nllotted toward their
cost. We nrVi dangerously Bhort of
medium cruisers for scouting pur-
pokes and for the protection of trndo
routes. We aro short of sultablo
torpedo craft for the North Sen.
We nro very deficient of stores of
every kind. Stores havo.becli ion-
siinicd without replacement. We
are equally deficient in dock ac
commodation both for tho heavy
ships already afloat and for tho new
ships under construction and pro
jected. Wo have no war reserve ot
coal. In caso of a strlko the fleet
will bo Immobilized, ns It was during
tho recent maneuvers.
The personnel Is Inadequate In all
branches seamen, marines nnd
lonst guards. Wo havo not now
enough men properly to furnlsli
riows for thu fleet If It were called
For the Increnso of the fleet whlcn
1 1. Inevllnble, there Is no provision
whatever. A ship may no built , In
two years; It takes six tears to train
n Bcnmnn, ten years to train an offi
cer, a llfctlmo to train an admiral.
If tho ships which are to como Into
commission are to bo manned oldor
ships must bo thrown away. Thnt
Is exactly what Is happening. Very
many valuable' ships are being laid
up to rust away. For whntT Simp
ly to save pay and pensions. These
are false economies.
It is the business of the navy a
vvajs to expect an attack and always
to be ready for It. The navy cannot
be ready unless It is continually un
der training nt sen. What has our
navy been doing of late? Rovlew
after review, taking In tho Ilrltlsh
public for effect.
Want Youneer Men.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 5. An "Os
lerizatlon" campaign In both the
army and navy has been Inaugurat
ed. Not only have both Secretary
DIcklnBon of tho War Department
nnd Sccrctnry Moycr of the Navy
announced that the time has come to
put lounger men nt the top of the
armed organizations ot tho country,
hut they huvo begun to put their
Ideas Into practice.
The genernl bonrd of the navy has
been asked whether the results de'
sired can bo -brought about by selcC'
Hon for promotion or by more nu
Several changes In the officers of
the Atlantic battleship fleet were an
nounced at the navy department to
day. Rear Admlrnl Schroeder will
remain ut the head ot Hie first di
vision by reason of his being com
mander In chief ot the Atlantic fleet,
but the commanders ot other divis
ions will be changed.
Captain Charles E. Vreeland, chlet
of navnl Intelligence, will be given
conimand of tho second division;
Captain Sumuel P. Comley, now In
command of the fourth division, will
bo moved up to the third and Cap
tain Hugo Ostorhaus, now in com
mand of tho socond, will bo assign
ed to the fourth.
Capt. Tcmplln M. Potts, command
er ot the Georgia, Is mado chief ot
tho navtfl Intelligence ofllco In
Washington. Caiit. Albort G. Win
lorluiltor, whoso detail us chief of
the hydrogruphlc ofllco has expired,
goes to tho Loulsluna.
Cunt Potts was navigator of tho
Massachusetts at tho battle or San
tiago and figured prominently In tho
Rabid Rise in the Service.
fliajor-uoneral Thomas H. Harry,
United States army, who has been
appointed )o the command of the
Department of California, has ur
rlvcd in San Fianclsen anrt wont nt
onco to the 8t. Francis.
General Harry, ono nf thn vnnnir
offlcors In tho army for his grade,
has risen verv runldlv In tli rvin
by reason of his capabilities. Horn
in iew York In October of 1855,
General Hurry graduated fmm Mm
military academy In 1877, and nftor
serving In Infantry and cavalry for
twonty jeais ho was transferred to
the Adjutant General's Department
with the grade of major, becoming
rnlnnel liofnio ho loft It,
no wns s,ont,to tho Poking rolot
expedition nnd to the Philippines ns
n brigadier of vottintccis, nnd by
his services was made a brigadier ot
the regular forces In August, 1903.
Goucrnl Harry was In command ot
Khe Army of Cuban Pacification,
,'..,l a.. Ai.rll OH lAnD nftnlnn.l lita
present grade of major-general. He
Is. pot a stranger In San Francisco,
hnving been stationed at the Presidio
several jcars ago while still a tap-
Until the completion ot the com
mandant's house nt Fort Mason,
General Harry, with Mrs. Harry, will
he at the S. Francis.
A correspondent to tho Army nnd
Navy Journal who objects to the
present Bistein ot retirement of en
listed men of tho army and navy
nus: "With tho 'thlrtj-veiir life
term' It Is only of benefit to the
branches that get the large share of
foreign service, the navy excluded
entirely. It will soon be tho possi
bility of the sailor (men ot the co.tnt
artillery also), looking ahead at his
long thirty to come, to find men fiom
the, branches already referred to re
tired and gono home with fifteen
ears' straight service. How long Is
the Injustice to continue? Why Is
It that the powers that bo arc so ro
luctant about giving u goncinl
twenty-flvo year retirement law for
nil enlisted men of thcnrmy and
navy ? It Is not denied, mid Is known
to the most experienced medical au
thorities and others', that ninety per
cent of tho ordinary run of men nrc
of, llttlo nr no use to tho services,
nnd not much to themselves, nftor
twenty-flvo j cars' straight service.
Is It not time thnt tho retirement
S)stcm was corrected so as to benefit
Tho Sixth Cavalry, which for the
past two years has been stationed in
tho Philippine Islands, is returning to
tho United Slates by the. U. S. army
transport Sheridan. Tho army'boai
sailed from Manila on December 11
and spent ono day nr Marhelcs. thu
Philippine quarantine station, whero
HicjMillKttd me,n nnd thylr effects woio
rerijpved for jllslnfectlcni. The vessel
'got away from tho Federal station on
December 15 and Is duo to arrive nt
Nagasaki on Tuesday.
Tho Sixth Cavnlry Is scheduled to
tako station at Dcs Moines, Iown, up
on arrival at tho homeland.
CASTOR I A
For Infant and Children,
rtia Kind You Have Always BoncM
HAND OUT MERCY
The Liquor License Commission met
In regular session jestcrdav nrieinu'ii
nnd transacted what Irislnesj camo
It was thought that tho resignation
of Carlos Long from tho board would
bo received .through thu fact that Mr.
Long Is tho owner of n building In
which u saloon Is located, hut such
actlor. did not scorn to bo In Hue.
When the session opened for business
Mr. Long was In his seat and look an
activo part In thu proceedings. '
Jack Scully and C. O. Doyle, were
up beforo tho Commissioners In vio
lation of certain parts of tho law In
icgard to refreshing tho weary out
side of office hours.
'Leo Chung Lung wns put on the
gridiron fur allowing a boy under
ago In his drinking plnco. It was
proved that tho boy got no liquor so
tho Chinese was lot off with a warn
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To the Children
To Grown Folks
Kodak supplies and accessories of every
kind for Kodaks
Island Views and Calendars
Honolulu Photo -Supply
Fort Street, near Hotel
" Everything Photographic "
OITtip of tho Hoard of Health,
December 8th, l'Jii'J.
TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES KAU
RI RECEIVING STATION. BOYS'
HOME AND KAPI0LANI GIRLS'
Separate lenders, In duplicate, for
furnishing, rcipectholy (1), tho
Knlllii Jtecehlng Station, (2) tho
Hoys' Home and (.1) the Knpioliinl
(llrls' Home, at Kallhl, City nnd
County of Honolulu, with suppllei
required by each of the nboc-nnnied
Institutions during tho period of six
mouths from Jnnunry 1st, 1910, to
June 30th, 11)10, will be received nt
the office of the Hoard of Health un
til 12 o'clock noon, Tuesday, De
cember 21st, 1909.
Specifications nnd n list of thn
kind nnd approximate quantity of
supplies required by each of tho
above-named Institutions, nnd other
Information, may be had upon ap
plication at tho office of the llonid
of Health. Tenders to ho based
upon the quantities stated, but the
Hoard will not bind Itself to pur
chase the wholo or nny particular
part ot the quantities s'ntcd, such
quantities being stated merely for
tho convenience of bidders In sub
mitting their bids,
Tho supplies for each of the nboo
named Institutions must be bid on
separately on forms furnished by
the Hoard of Health. Each tender
must bo endorsed "Tender for Kull
hi Iteccjvlng Station," nr "Tender
for lloya' Home," or "Tonder for
Knplnlanl Girls' Home," as tho caso
All bids must ho submitted In nr-
lordanco with, nnd bo subject to. tho
provisions nnd requirements of Act
62, Session haws 19011,'
Tin: noAiti) ok iiKAtni.
Ily Its President,
i:. A. MOTT-S.MITII.
HRfi Dec. S, 9, 10, 11, 13, II, IT..
HI, 17, IK
Office of the Hoard of Health.
December 8lh, 1909.
TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES LEPER
Sealed tenders. In duplicate, en
dorsed "Tenders for RurmllCK I.ener
Settlement," for furnishing tho Lep
er Hettlcmcnt, Mnloknl, with sup
idles for tho period of six month)
from Janii.irv 1st. I'lin I., .intm
i0th, 1910, will bo received nt thn
infuYc of tho Hoard of Health until
2 o clock noon, Tuesday. Dei ember
Specifications nnd n lint nr thn
kind and nnnroilmate nuaniltv nr
supplies required, and other In for.
mutton may bo had upon application
ni mo offlco of the Hocard of Henlth.
Tenders to bo based upon the quan
tities stnted. but tho Hoard will not
bind Itself to tlllrchnsn thn u-hnln
or any particular part ot tho quan
tities stated, such ouantltles tiolnc
stated merely fo. tho conenlenco of
niimers in submitting their bids.
All bids must bn mndo on forms
furnished by tho Ilonrd of Health
nnd must bo submitted In accordance
wiiii, nnd bo subject to, tho pro,s
Ions and requirements nr Art r."
Session Laws 1909.
TIIK 110AUD OK HKAL.TII.
Ily Its President,
E. A. MOTT-SMITII.
486 Dec. 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, H, 1C,
10. 17. 18.
Hotel & Union.
Come and learn saitioulan at
T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
wreunia St., 0pp. Sunt'.
Delivered to reiidenoee
and offloet at 80o pet
hundred in 10-lb, lots
W. O. BARNHART,
ISS Msrehant SI
IMITATION WHISKY TAPE
Large Consignment of
KINO'S CHOICE SCOTCH WHISKY
HERULD RYE and BOURBON.
Thos. F. McTighe & Co.,
1U1-10S KINO ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 70S.
The Fashion Saloon
Meet your friends there and enjoy
the lunches and drinks.
Hotel Street near Fort.
IB I SWfe)-w
M Jack Scully, Jack Roberts. lDJ
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T ' 'V i Hn ,i nailMllIlM