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HVnNING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II, TUESDAY, TOD. 1, 1910.
HIGH SHERIFF'S SA1E NOTICE.
Under and by Virtue of n certain
Writ of Execution Issued out of tho
Circuit Court of the Klrst Circuit,
Territory of Hnunll, Numliereil Lnw
70(13, b) the Honornblo Win. L.
Whllne), on the 29th day of De
cember, 1909, In the matter of
Chirie T. Wilder, Assessor of Taxes,
First Dlvlstori, Plaintiff, v. J. A. Oil
man, Defendant, I did, on the 30th
day of December, A. D. 1009, make
demand for the payment of the um
therein named from J, A. Oilman,
Defendant, and the same being re
fused, and after having first mado
duo nnd diligent search and Inciulrv
for personal property of said defend
ant subject to execution and not
having found such propcrtj, I did
thereupon levy upon and shall offer
for sale nnd cell at public auction,
so much of the property hereinafter
described ns may be necessary to sat
isfy the said Writ of Execution, at
tho City Auction Ilooms, Merchant
stiect, Honolulu, City and County
of Honolulu, In nld Territory, at
12 o'clock noon of Saturday, the 12lh
day of February, A. D. 1910, nil the
right, title and Interest of J. A. Oil
man In nnd to the following .de
scribed pioporty, unless the sum ot
Two Thousand Six Hundred nnd
Tnentj-ouo 44-100 ($2021.14) Dol-lars.-lhnl
being tho nmount for which
Bild Execution Issued, together with
Interest, costs and my fee and ex
penses, nre previously paid:
Property to Be Sold.
1st All the right, title and Inter
est of the said J. A. Oilman In and
to nil that land, tenements and
hereditaments situate on lleretanla
..street, in said Honolulu, nnd bound
ed nnd described ns follows:
Ileglnnlng at point on new line of
llcretnnla street nnd on west lino or
L. C. A, No. 20 at lano as shown on
Government Map Itcglstercd No.
1913, thenco the boundary runs by
true bearings NM4 30' E. 107 feet
along lano, . 81 10' E. 41.5 feet
along lane, S. 3S OS' E. 85 feet
nlong L. C. A. 11076 to Kalaau, S.
49" BO' W. 135.2 feet along Dr. fi
ll. Wood's lot (remainder of L. C. A.
20), N. 39 45' W. 96.C feet along
new line ot lleretanla street to the
Ipltlal point, containing an area of
13,963 square feet and comprising
the greater portion of Land Commis
sion Award Number 26 to Jules Du
doit nnd being Included within tho
premises convejed to Francis It. Day
by Sarah C. Dh Pratt and husband
by deed dated April 6, 1899, record
ed In tho Registry of Conveyances In
said Honolulu In Hook 191, on pages
196 nnd 1977 and for another share
of the same property by deed of
Laura F. D. Nott and husband, dated
April 12, 1830, and recorded In said
Registry In Hook 191 on pages 285
nnd 286, '
2nd All the right, title nnd In
terest of the said J. A. Oilman In nnd
to that certain piece or parcel of
land with the buildings thereon sU
uate at Wilder ateuue and Pllkoi
street, In said Honolulu, and bound
ed and described as follows:
Lot No. 536. Ileglnnlng at a con-.
crote post at tho north corner ot
Wilder avenue and Pllkoi strcot and
running N. CO 45' Wi true 81.G feet
along Wilder avenue, N. 29 16' E.
true 150 feet along Lot 535, S, 6d
45' E. true 102.4 feet blong Lot 541,
S. 17 Jl' Wt true 3S 5 feet along
Pilkct street, S. 4350' W. true 116.2
feet along Pllkoi strict to the Ini
tial point, containing an area of
14,780 square feet; and being the
premises described in R. P. (Orant)
3557 to A. F. Judd conveyed by deed
from J. II. risher dated July 13,
1896, and rocorded in the ReglstPl
Office, Oahu, In. Liber 159, page 500i
Terms: Cash, United States gold
coin. Deeds at expense ot purchas
Dated at Honolulu, City and Coun
ty ot Honolulu, Territory ot Hawaii,
this 13th day of January, A. D.
High Sheriff, Territory ot Hawaii.
4616 Jan. 13; Feb. 1, 11.
In accordance with dip provision
of tho mortgage or dood of trust date
August 1st, 1800, executed by Uh
Olw Sugir Company, Limited, to pish,
op & Company, Bankers, and of tb
bonds secured by said mortgage o,
deed of trust: ' '
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN. Tha
all said bonds will bo redeemed ot
tho Drat day or February, 1910, by th
Olaa Sugar Company Limited at th'
banking house of UUhop & Company
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, or a
the option ot tho bearer of any such
bond at The Bonk of California, Sai
Francisco, State of California, or a
the banking house ot Laldlaw & Co
City of Ifew York, 8tate of Not
York, with Interest accrued on tha
date, nt which dato Intorcrt will ecasi
on all said bonds.
Dated, Honolulu, T, II , Januar)
OLAA 8UOAP. COMPANY LIMITED
By Allan W, T. Bottomloy,
"ullelin BaiiatM Office Phone 256
ctin Editorial Hoosi Phc ISO.
Scaled Tenders will be recehedby
the Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 m. of Tuesday. February 15,
1910, nt which time they will be
publlcl opened, for the following
steel filing device for the Governor's
Automatic Device Locks.
6 No R 121 V Units (p. 69 CUobo
Wernlcko Cntnlogue) or equal.
1 No. 123 C Unit (p. 74 Olobo
.Wornlcke Catalogue) or equal.
1 No. 124 C Unit (p. 74 Olobe
Vcnluko Oui.logue) or equal.
1 No 125 C Unit (p. 74 Olobo
Wcrnlckc Catalogue) or equal.
6 No 120 D Units (p. 08 Olobc
VWrnliko Cfl'alogue) or cqull.
Abac to be uniform device, sup
plying 12 vortical le.tor filcj for let
tors, 15 3-5 card Indices, 8 4-6 card
Indices, 6 0-8 card Indlcei, 30 docu
ment flics, top and base.
Bidders to state time of delivery.
The Superintendent of Public
Works reserves the right to reject
any or nil bids.
(S.) MARSTON CAMPnELL.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Public Works, Honolulu, January
4530 Jan. 29, 31; Teh. 1, 2, 3, I,
5. 7, S, .
Territory of Hawaii,)
Clfy and Ciunty )ss.
ot Honolulu )
CECIL BROWN and L. T. PECK
each being duly sworn, depose nnl
say that they ure respective!. Piol
dent nnd Cashier of .JHB VlRSl
AMERICAN SAVINGS AND Tlllld'l
CO. OF HAWAII, LTD, nnd that the
following schedi lo Is a lull, true. Jut
nnd nccurato statement of the nfr.lrs
of tho snld THE FIRST AMERICAN
SAVINGS & TRUST CO. OF HA
WAII, LTD, to and Including the 3tst
da- of December 1909, such schedule
being required by Section 2588 of the
Revised Laws of tho Territorj of Ha
Tho authorized capital of the Com
pany Is 1200,000 00, divided Into Ww
shares of the par valuo ot )100.00
each. Tho number of shares Issued
Is 2,000; flftypcr cent., equal to $100.
000 00, has been paid In on the stock.
leaving $100,000 00 subject to bo
Tho Liabilities ot tho' Company on
tho 'first day of January, 1910, were
Capital paid up .J100 000 00
Undivided profits 14 558.74
The Assets of the Com
pany on tho first day of '
January, 1910, were asfol-
Bills Receivable $410,064 01
Bond i... 325 50t.50
Real Estate .... 41 300.00
Cash on hand
and In bank.. 41,229,01
Interest nccruel 6 441.17
Suspenso 581.27 i
. $826,722 99 $825,722.99
, CECIL DROWN,
i ' ' President.
". L. T.vPECK,
-, , i' ," Cashier.
Subscribed and, sworn to before mo
ihls.tJst day 'of Januaryl9J0.
(Sig ) ff F. ERNANDES,
(Seal) Notary' Public, "First Judicial
I hereby certify that the foregoing
isia frue and IntUitul copy of tho orig
inal statement or schodule of tho
FIRST AMERICAN SAVINGS &
rRUST CO. of HAWAII LTD, sworn
to boforo mo on the 3lBt day of Janu
.Olvcii undor my liand nnd seal this
llBt day of January, 1910.
(Sig) FRANK F. FEItNANDES,
(Seal) Notary Public, First Judicial
At the annual "meeting of the
maroholders ot August Dreler, Lim
ited, held at the office of F. A.
Schaefor & Company, Limited, In Ho
nolulu, on Tuesday, 25th January,
1910, the following were elected to
lerve as officers for tho ensuing year:
r. r. A. Schaefer President
Mr. Cecil Brown Vice-President
Mr. II. M. von Holt Treasurer
Mr. J. W. Waldron Secretary
Mr, It. Focke '.Auditor
The nbuve-named were als,Q elected
o sorvo as directors of the company.
' (Signed) J. W. WALDRON,
Secretary, August Dreler, Limited.
Honolulu, January 29, 1910.'
The meeting of the Honolulu Sym
ihony club Is postponed until Wad
lesday evening at eight o'clock.
Members are reoucsteil tn la nmnni.
A cordial Invllalon Is extended to
.inyo'ne, wljh talent for music, to lie
pome a member of the orchestra.
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The Industrial Edition rf the
Jvening Bulletin, wnpped
eady for raailintr. SO cents iilnl.
A IMt BlTTLRfr
for the stomach will be
of great benefit to
anyone, when it is
weak and enable to
do its work properly,
thus causing the blood .
to become poor. But
" ' be sure it is
' , i T ,ACH BITTERS.
.Then you have the
t i 'best nd purest that
science can produce.
For over M vears it
has been proving its
merit in cases of Bloat
ing, Poor Appetite,
I and Malaria.
Fuf sale by Benson, Smith & Co.,
Ltd.; Hrdllstur Drug Co, Ltd.;
ChnmbersDrug Co , Ltd.; IIllo Drug
?o ; nnd ut all Wholesale Liquor
1 h tnnal lhi,wKL
women in town are
loud in their oraiie of the
graceful, charming styles
of the new models in our
, FOR WOMEN
AJdTJM loriMrallanuiic mrllMpn
lid it ud eoafoil iImI Kel militia
Yea wg ioa h on ncUIn Rwl urn
NEW PATTERNS IN STAMPINQ.
UNDERWEAR and GLOVES.
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street
REPAIRS FOR .
OFFICE iLPPLY CO.
Trimmed and TJntrinuned Hats.
Made up the latest or any style,
" J Harrison Block.
Fort and Beretania Sti.
FOR WHOOPING COUCH, CROUP,
ASTifMA, COUGHS, BRONCHITIS. SORE
THROAT, CATARRH, DIPHTHERIA
Vaporlftcd CroUn ! iKe Mioiyimi of
Whttp3 Cough fc.vcidtcJni Cioup cannot
tiiil tert Creln ll uied It act! ducctty
on nd thioat, idVib8 brctthios cuy io tU
cst4 U cold! pooiKei th lott throat and ito(M th
cough, ll ii Iko to luficicii (10m Atthms
Crto!n U povrtiful geinnIcnJ( tcltnp both
a cuiaiiva ana picvrniiTit in conigwui qiki
CraioUna'a bet nctxiuacadtttoa m Hi Irmiy
yun 01 iwccefuui m.
Ftr SaU by all DranUti
.StW Potlat for Dturip.
Throat Tabic U, tuopla
and nothing foe tha )i
Maltd ihtoal 0c
TU Vm CrttaUaa Ca,
M Faltaa 5trtt.
Mtw Yark Cat.
I REOAL SHOE STORE I
f $400 j v
LOGAN ON FRIDAY
Six Troops Are En Route
A half dozen troops belonging to
tho First Cavalry which left tho rhll
Ipplnes on January 14th arj duo tn
drrivo hero on Friday morning" by tho
united States army transport Logan
on lojto to San Francisco
According' to tho Intect advices ro
eclved by tho local qu-irlermastci de
partment, tho Iognn should rhow up
on tho port lrl In tho morning tin 1
will bo gl-.cn a prompt dispatch. The
essel may get away the same eve'
nlng unless a quintlty of coal or sup
plies are ordered.
Tho Logan J s bilnglng the First
Cavalry to San Francisco. Six troops
of tho regiment nro to be stationed nt
tho Presidio, under command ot Lieut-
cnnnt-Colonel William A. Shunk, tho
headquarters, band nnd four troops to
bo with tho regimental commander
Colonel Edward J. McClernnnd, nt
Fort Walla Walla, Wash, and two
troops nt Dolso Unrrncls, Idaho.
Tho military passengers of tho Lo
gan Include Colonel John C. Dent
Fourteenth Infanlr) ; Lieutenant-Colonel
Shunk, Mnjor Charles K. Wood
ruff, Medical Corps; Major Joseph A.
Gaston, Major Llod SI. Urctt, Chap
lain Hnlsoy C. Galtt. all of tho Flrat
Cavalry, and Major Dwlght E. Holly
Flftoenth Infantry; Captains do Rosoy
C. Cabell, Edmund S. Wright, Tierce
A. Murphy, John W. Moore, Joseph
R. McAndrcws, nil of the First; Cap
tain Ednnrd M. Supplee, Pay Depart
ment, nnd Captain Harry S. Howland.
Twenty-sixth Infantry; Lieutenants
Chnrlcs D. Thomas Jr, Thomas M.
Knox, Frank Kcllor, Clarcnco Lin-
Inger, Horace Mil nro, Walter II. nod
ney, Harry L. King. Henry L. Watson.
William C. McChord, Veterinarian
Coleman Nockolds. Timothy M. Cough
Ian, Anion II. Schroctcr, Aldon 'M.
Graham, Ednard M. Often, Dnvld I
Rr.scoo, ' Hush S. Iohntcp, Jonathan
M. Walnwrlght, Ribert L. Iuusbury
Hormah Kobbc, Vetoilnarlan Wallci
n. Pick, all 0; the First; Howard H.
Johnson, Artnur C. Chrlstlo, both of
ine Medical corps; Lieutenant Ferdi
nand W. Fonda, Signal Corps; Lieu
tenant tlenlnmln M. Tlnilav KMfil,
'Field Artillery Durton A. Sceley. vet-
nnariarf, Hrcond Field Artillery;
Lieutenant John N. Merrick, Medics'
Major Gastun, among those return
Ing, was piomlncntly identified wltl
the relief work of this city after the
disaster of MOfi and for several
months was in charge of tho commis
sary of tho Relief Corporation nun
Red Cross Funds.
Tho Login nlso brings Oil enlisted
men of tho First Cavalry fifteen sick
rlncteen military com lets and 10G
casuals Sho took en 390 tons of
coal at Manila.
POLICE COURT NOTES
Ten gamblers of mixed nationali
ties were arrested on tho Mauna Loa
wharf, nnd eight of them pleaded
guilty to the chnrge tn tho police
court. Two ihaiL- their ball money
forfeited, nnd bench warrants were
nlso Issued for their arrest.
Eight sailors who deserted from
the German ship II. Hackfeld Sunday
night are being looked for by tho
police. The men are supposed to bo
somewhere In the city, and It should
not be long till tiey are homo once
Three oungnters who are alleged
to have entered a Japanese house on
the Asjlum road were Investigated
by Chief Duffle yesterday morning.
One of the boys claims that ho and a
friend wajted outside the house
while n third lad went through the
place and stole three dollars. This
amount was divided evenly, and the
bo j s proceeded to have a good time
The trio will go up t6 the Juvenile
Court and have their matter attend'
ed to there.
MEETING OF TEACHERS.
(Special to tho Dulletln.)
WAILUKU, Maul, January 29
Tho convention of tho teachers of con
trnl Maul mot nt tho Walluku public
school yesterday. Many of the teach
or 8 from tho outside districts wero
present. President F. W, Hardy pre
sided. 6110 of tho most important
add) esses of tho day was 0110 given
by Rov. Canon Kroll of tho Lahalna
Episcopal Church on the Training ot
he Child's Mind. Presllcnt Hardy
read a carefully prepared inper on
tho topic: Pension for Toachors, and
H is needless to sr;- that the tonch
crs fT4o tho highest attention. The
learned professor gao extracts from
loijlersf Indiutry, literary men In
Ajuonca nnu oiners wno uor pen
shins not only for economical ion
sons birt nln 11a tho highest tribute
to tho industry and morlt of 0110 who
snqtlflroH )lnio nil energy for tho up
lining of the human race. 1 hero were
other iMpors of gioat meilt 10111I.
Pom teen bodies were found In the
wucUM conch of tho Canadian Pa
tllle trHlnfpreclpltnted Into tho rlvor
nt Sault Sto,' Marie.
2 NEW Pianos
2 NEW High Grade Pianos, full scale,
3 ,, " r
" ' 11
i NEW Stein way Vertcgrand, slightly uscd?
1 NEW n MiniaturoGrand,
1 NEW Babv Grand -
4 NEW Player
full scale, tro
All these pianos are marked (in plain figures) down to a small profit. We must
sell a lot of them to make Rood. We have them on hand to sell. Terms; Cash or In
stalments, at same price.
phone 218 . Thayer Riatio Co., u m si
Just Received by Manchuria
A New Line of
Such as PONGEE SILKS, GRASS LINEN,
. and EMBROIDERED GOODS
Price and Quality the Best
. v -
. L- AHOY, .
A Cyko Print
has a quality and richness that pnts it in a class by itself.
Developing - Printing
And All Branches of Commercial Photograph" at
PRIME BEEF arid FISH
FHOM, THE MAINLAND.
A GOOD DISTRIBUTION
MEDAi BROUGHT THE
W. F. HEILBRON, Prop. PHONE 45
transfer Co., Ltd.
tutdit md Piano MovL-uj.
All IN PERFECT
CONDITIO) AT ,
- Hnnd Pirno,
used less than 36 months
1 , 34 m
' 25 -,
'.. .. 20 .. "
7 17 7 J r
of reliable make, full scale,
Pianos, 88 notes, 'playing
1 - 1
EXCELLENT QUALITY, WITH
OF FAT AND LEAN. THE ALA- i
DELICACIES YOU ABE WAITINQ
1 I 3
.00 to $700
POLICE ALWAYS HELP
With reference to the remarks pub
lished In tho morning paper with
regard to somo imagined pllljcln bo
tween the pollpo department nnd tho
superintendent of the Insane Ar
luni, Sheriff Jnrrett said that thcro
was nothing to It.
"Wo nlvn)s try to nsslst tho ns
lum authorities as much ns possible,
nnd If they notify us of the cscnpo
of any patients uo alwas vend i
mounted officer out to search for tho
escapee." Thus the Sheriff on tho
sltuntlon. "Also," he added, "wo
have nil along been sendlnK nny lu
natic who may have been gathered
In on Saturday by the pejtee, over
-to tho nsjlum for safe kcoplng till
the commitment papers are inndo
out. We nio nhvajs crowded on Sat
urday nights nnd Sundas, nnd an
other thing Is that our trusties lmo
to get some sleep, and w,llh n crasy
man jelling alt night, that Is' Impos
sible nt the police station.
"With roferenco to tho crazy
woman who came from Moloknl; sho
WB8 in chnrgo of an "attendant, nnd
bejond aiding In transporting her to
the nsjlum, the Honolulu pollco had
nothing to do with tho case. Dr.
Peterson threatened to turn tho
women loose, as the papers that came
from Molokal were not In order. Wo
here hnd nothing to do with tho pa
pers, and can not be blamed In tho
"Mnny times wo nro not notified
of tho escape of patients from tho
asylum; the last case was that way.
Our police officer happened to see
tho patient on the street nnd, think
ing that he looked strange, arrested
him. Ho afterwards found out that
tho asylum people were looking for a
Tom Qussuian was the cnuso of tho
start of the plllkia, nndtwhen ho was
taken to tho nut fnctory to bo lock
ed up, pr. Peterson refsued to admit
him without a commitment older
from n magistrate. Tom hnd to Ira
leturned to the pollco station, nnd
yio time-honored custom of sending
"Saturday till Monday boarders" to
the nBylum has been knocked mi tho
Lassen county, California, has
begun n campaign ngtlnst mosqui
toes. A Skin of Beauty is a Jay Forevei
pB. T. FELIX GOURAID'S ORIENTAL
CREAJI OR MAGICAL JJEAUTIHER
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