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EVENING DDLLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, MAIt. 0. 1010
THREE MAGIC NUMBER FOR SOME
WINNER IN LAST
CONTEST WITHDRAf S
A Mo' her Slaves Her View Of Popular
San Francisco Hotels
7300 oxlri o'c3 wl'l bo Icrueil "u every contestant fur every Monty
four doll i ft" uw dully tibu:rritiuiu tu llio Evening Unit c
1 1 ii sent in b twecn now and 5 p m. Frlila), Mnrcli 3lst.
CdOO ctra vote wl 1 bo I.kiipI to every contcctant fo"r every twenty
four du.lira for renewals to thet.vening Uullotln rent In be
tween now nnil 5 p in I'rldnj M:icli "let. i
The money .need not be turned In at ono del orit. A record will
bo kept of ccry remittance and when tho ninoiint tent In, totals
twenty-four dollars for 'either old or new subscriptions, Hip extra
otcs will bo Issued Tho mono) n-sed not be for the s-imo subsc-lp-tlon
or for any Btnted period of time All tint Is nrcsp.ity Is that
It bo for old or new subcrlptIons Twelve ltnhrc for ru'iTrlptlon
renewals, and twelve dollars for n w MibcrlptIoiis l!l nut cntltlo
ou to this offer allhoug'.i each imount will be cicdlte'd to nu so
that when ou luo twele dob il more foi new or o.d subscrl
tlona ou will rccaho tho votes.
Kvonlng 1) til let In Old sub- Thica month' subscription to tho
ii rltiiliui snnii imm! new suliKcrlu- Even In k Hull 0 tin. tlOO.
t.im 2R(ii) tmi.. I Six mouths' subscription to the
...... , 'Evening fcullotln, J 4 00,
Evening II ill let I ii-Uhl sub
icrlptlou, I3,UU lotus: nnw subm-l ip
tlon, SO nob-
, One jcar's subscription to the
Weekly II ) I lot In Old sulii-oilp-
tlon. luO vutia. nuw btiliKcrlptlou, 125
Klc years' subscription to the
Weekly Dill 1 oil n Oil subscrip
tion, 1250 votes; now subscription,
Twlvo months' nubcrlptlou to the
15 v o n I n g A u 1 1 e 1 1 n $8 00.
I Flvo years' subscription to
Evening Uullotln $ 19.00.
One car'c subrcilpilon tc
Wockl HuUctln, 91.09.
Flvo jenrs' subicrlptloii to
Woo It I y I)tf lie tin, $5 00.
In order to meet the withe and
serve the convenience of the contest
ants separate vote coupons will b; Is
sued, one for the chapcrone contestant
from tlmo to tlmo In order to show,
jour frlcmls thnt 5011 nro taking an
Interested In this waj ou will not
cxpofo jour hand and no one, will
know. Bae each contestant herself. Mrs Bcggs, Puunene Hospital
wnni reserve bug iiuki iur uiu mm.
Candidates should call rn the Con
test Jlnnngr at once and securo nub
tcrlpllon bookB, and there nro a mini
bsr of things ho would like to to'l
j 011 In regard to tho best way of b
curing votes. Call at onco at tho
Uullotln office for "contest" Information.
c'.oro of the contcit and tlfme doilr- Mrs,
Ing to hull them 111 luer.e in do Krs,
10 as Ur. as the) iletlre but those Mrs,
vltlcilrav, iim fiom the enntitt at nuj I
time can nut In nny wa transfer Mrs,
their otos to some 0110 el 0 Turn Kl3,
and one for the trip contestant. Tho In 011r mibscilp'lnua now, and t.io'Mrs,
coupons are separate, but It Is prefer oU'h will be Issued fur t-aino mid Krs,
able to name the two candidates for 'then ju mev htj hack the oterf. Mrs,
whom you wish to vote when present Outside Contestants. Mrs,
Ino the cubscrlptlcn receipts for vote). All con'e.tants living In Mnul, Hn- Mrs,
The ballots must be filled out before wall nnd Kami should send In all Mrs,
they are allowed to leave the office
You may vote for any candidate In any
district and for any one of the chapcr
one candidates who ere candldates-at
Is there luck In thrcoT Umlottbtcdl)
some of tho candidates In tho 11 u 1 Ic
1 1 n ' B Popularity Vote Contest think
They arguo thus: To begin with
that is tho number of the lint otc
printed In (ho paper, and thero was 11
a three In the number of otcs given
Willi the nomination. "And today Is
tho third day of tho contest nnd I nm
going to work," Bald ono of tho can
ilhlates most emphatically who has
lows like those above iiuotcd.
Spirit, Not Luck.
It Is this spirit of work that Is go
ing to win these trips, moro'tlmn 11115
lucktbero Is in any particular figures
Still' It three Is a number that will
ttptart candidates to work, as It seem-
cdito navo none, on tuts mini nay
then it could bo argued that It Is worth
4 while to have these beliefs. Tho main
thing In ono of these contests Is the
spirit to win, backed by energy an'
tho support of friends. A frame ac
know lodgment that jon wish to earn
one of th? trips will bring ou a sur
prisingly largo number of vMcs.
No Blank Votes.
' Thero has been some nilaun lerst in I-
lug as to tho manner In which vott'j on
subscriptions arc .Issued and a mm
bcr of old subscriber have a.krd for
their tes when r.iey paj for their
subscription nnd requested tint tho
ballot bo left blank and they will 11 I
In the namcB of tho contestant that
they deslro, but tills request will 11 t
bo granted, ns It is nut Iilr for the
contestant. You mutt nlwny-i state
the names of -the two candidates whom
jou are voting for mil the ballots will
bo-filled out In full and ,vou nnv-hoM
tho ballot as long as jou deslro n
glyo thorn to one of tho contestants
unci sho can hoi I them or cast them
Just ns bhe sees fit ai nil ballots Is
sued on subscriptions arc good until
!,tho cIom- ot tho etinter: hut If th"y are
loxt bbn t, they would then lm trnns-
vferairo. and thtro could bo 3 combina
tion, nt the lust mlnutu to
'thorn not entered nt the pro.ont time
(to win, but ot08 nro not transferable
un'il thero Is nb.olutcly no chanriv of 11
comblnatlo.i, v.lilch makes It absolute
ly fair to all tho contestants.
' Siibrcrlbers sending In their pay
ments by mall ehmild always meitlnu
of the contest.
Office Hours 11 a. m. to 1 p. m.
3:30 p. ra. to 4:30 p. m.
.s.. .Honolulu 3,000
Last Year's Winner Withdraws.
Jlrs.,n'id Miss Sophia I)e l.a Nux nro
not desirous or entering tills cjntest,
but deslro to thank their kind Mends
for their lojnlty In nominating them.
Miss Scphla Do l.a Nux It will bo ro
incmbered, Is the joung lady who bo
cured one of the Seuttlo trips given
by the Dill let 1 11 last jear. Sho
vvac accompanied by her mother on
this trip and they had a most enjoyable
.Mrs. I)o I.a Nux, In speaking of tho
contest estcrday, said: "I.ct soino
other worthy 'girl linve n chnnco. I'
tho good peo lu of Honolulu could
realize the" Keen i eamro their kind
nets gave Miss Sophia Ho Uf Nux last
jear they would not hedtato to to
for some girl who has never been to
the mainland I am rum sho would
approclato their kindness very much."
THE DISTRICTS ARE AS FOLLOW8
District No. I Includes the City and
County of Honolulu.
District No. 2 includes tho County
District No. 3 Includes tho County
District No, 4 Includes tho .County
of Kauai. 1
Don't forget the candidates for
chaperone are candidates at-large
Vmi niftV tnlrn tlin .Hn nnv limn vm.
r"u"jchooBo. singly or In group.
VOTES ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL
LOWED AS F0LL0W8
Ono month's subscription to tho
Kvonlng It 11 1 1 0 1 1 n Old sub
scription, 100 vutes; new subscrip
tion 12G votes.
Ihrco inn.iths' subscription to tho
Kvonlng 11 u 1 1 0 1 1 11 Old sub-
tho names ot tho contestants whom scriptlon, 350 voles; now subscription,
they wlr.h to to for, nnd If tii-j 450 votes.
wtn' the votes returned to them thoy
iiflinuld u'(.o mnke thnt request, Vctni
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
WLbKLY BULLETIN 18
Ono month's subscription to tho
n v 0 n I n g Uullotln, 75 cents.
Nominees for Chaperone
Mrs. Capt. A. S. Soale . . .
Mrs. A. II. llotle? . . . .
Mrs, Zeave, Udm' . . . .
Krs. W. J. Cos?:?
krs. . A. Jacobsan
Heapy, Kaiulani Home . . . .
J. X. llotlcy, 235 Kukui St.
Ke!cn Sieir.son Hilo 3,000
Chas JI. Knit? Olaa 3,000
R. T. ForcU Hilo 3.000
essie Clinton Honokaa 3,000
William Watson Hilo ...? 3,000
H. R. Btyant . . .- Kohala 3,000
Carrie Seharratt, Kailua . . . .Waimea 3.000
A. Q. Cartis Kurtistown 3,000
their hiibcriptloiis on each mall and urS- Edward Veight Papaikou 3,000
the votes will bo ImuoiI and leturnel'Mrs. W. H. 0.' Camnbcll. Piihonua. .Hilo 3,000
to the candidate, mid they may huM 1 KAUAI.
back tho vote until the end of thu'j,frSt Henrv Blake .'. Koloa 3,000
contest It Is alwn.vs a good Idea to jur- Henrv E. Abbev Anahola 3.000
hold back votes and only veto 11 few Mr, ym Krjse Wthiawa 3.000
Mrs. Ed. Daniels Lahaina , 3,000
Mrs. MacDoiiaid, Lahainaluna ....Lahaina 3,000
Mrs. W. W. Wescott Puunene 3,000
Nominees for Trip Contestant
DISTRICT NO. 1. - ' (
Miss Margaret Brown. 1054 Kinau. .Honolulu . ." 3,000
Miss Sophia Witte, Ehlers & Co Honolulu 3,000
Miss Rebecca Maey Waialua 3,000
Miss Mary McCabe, Kaplolanl Ma-
tmity Home Honolulu 3,000
Miss Marion Wrieht Honolulu 3,000
Mits lei Be Frcis Honolulu 3,000
Miss Beatrice Taylor, Hawaii Pro-
motion Committee Honolulu 3,000
Mits Mary Johnson, Johnson Sana
torium ...Honolulu 3.000
Miss Flora Cheney, MayN& Co Honolulu 1 3,000
Miss Honey Voss Honolulu 3,000
Miss Carrie Drcicr Honolulu 3,000
Miss Adcle Wicke Honolulu .' 3,000
Miss Lizzie Wicke Honolulu 3.000
Miss Elizabeth Datot Honolulu 3,000
Miss Rose Amia Honolulu 3,000
Miss Bernice Dwifiht '. .Honolulu 3,000
Miss Anrrie PanRelman, Palm Cafe.. Honolulu . 3,000
Miss Carrie Crewcs Honolulu 3,000
Mis3 lady B Turner Honolulu ., '. 3,000
Miss Alice Green Honolulu s 3,000
Miss Mary Dtas Honolulu 3,000
Miss Emma French, Sachs' Honolulu 3,000
Miss Sybil Mclnernv, 245 School St. .Honolulu 3,000
Mis3 Lucy Kopa, 915 Prospect St... Honolulu 3,000
Miss Mary Ann Aki, Fort St Honolulu 3,000
Miss Emma Sascki, 1457 Auld Lane. Honolulu 3,000
Miss Lucv K. Barber , Honolulu 3 000
Lillian Akina, 847 Mokakauea St. . Honolulu 3.0C0
Miss Malia Sakuma, Oregon Block. .Honolulu 3, COO
Miss Naomi Lazarus f earl city u.uuu
Miss Collie Lucas Honolnlu 3,000
DISTRICT NO. 2.
Miss Helen Watson Hilo 3,000
Miss Bertha Clark Kohala Seminary 3,000
Miss Wilhelmina Weight Papaikou 3,000
Miss Isabella Koomoa, Keauhou. . . .N. Kona 3,000
Miss Lizzie Macy, Waikaumalo. ...N. Hilo '..... 3,000
Miss itate Sadler Hakalau ., a,uuu
Miss Katherine Clark Kailua 3,000
Miss Louisa de Harae Kohala 3,000
Miss Aileen Rickard .' Honokaa 3,000
Miss Alice Hattie. Kohala Hito 3,000
Mis3 Emma Akamu 1 '.Hilo 3,000
Miss Mary K. Keawehano Hilo v 3,000
Miss Rose K. Nalima Hilo 3,000
Miss Louisa Hapai Hilo . . .- 3,000
Miss Hattie Saffery Kukuihaele 3,000
Miss Mary Arakawa Hilo 3,000
Miss Mary Nailima Olaa 3.000
Six months' subscription to tho Miss M. Hose Pahala 3.000
nvoning Hull 0 tin-Old sub-. Miss Emilv Ewaliko Hilo 3.000
arc absolutely not trnnsfornb'e nnd. scriptlon, SOO votes; now subscription. Miss (lueenie Scharratt. Kailua. .. .Waimea 3.000
good If detached. All votes Issue. , 1000 votos. Miss Annie Kai Hilo 3.000
on subscriptions aro gogd iint'l th-3 Ono j ear's subscription to tho Miss L. Williams Hilo 3,000
Mary H. Kawewehi , Keauhoiv 3,000
Miss Kuulei Hapaii Hilo 3,000
Kiss Annie Aiu Kailua . 3,000
Miss Annie Hattie Hilo 3,000
Miss Trinnie Marcos Pahoa '... 3,000
DISTRICT NO. 3.
Miss Agnes Picper Paia . 3,000
Miss Nancy Aki Lahaina 3,000
Missj Daisy Apo Lahaina . . .' 3,000
Miss White . , Lahaina 3,000
Miss Nancy Cummins Wailuku ; 3,000
Miss Scholtz. Circuit Court Wailuku v. . . . 3,000
Miss Lily Aki Kaupo ,.. 3,000
Hiss Mary Marciel Kahakuloa 3,000
Miss Mcrv Kaoo, Kaunakakai Molokai 3,000
Miss Waiholo Lahaina 3,000
Miss Sarah Cockett Lahaina 3,000
Mis3 Lyda Crickard Puunene ." 3,000
Miss Jennie Hcn:on Wailuku 3,000
Miss Carlyn Scholt Wailuku 3,000
Miss Florence Ho Lahaina .., , 3,000
DISTRICT NO. 4.
Miss Polly Elliot Eleele 3,000
Miss Kittio Maage ..,.., Wahiawa 3,000
Miss Alice Ai Lihue 3,000
Miss E. Dowd Hanalci 3,000
Miss Aloifiu Kanaa 3.000
Miss M. Kapuniai Waimea 3,000
ISEEING SAN FRANCISCO
;y BALLOON ROUTE
Seeing San Tranclsco by the "llal
luon lloute" Is one ot tho pleasures o.
r. tilp to the Cnllfurnli metropolis. Thi
party or ..nhis (6 be icIojLui by ill
11 11 1 1 etln tenders wilt too E?.i.
I'mnclsco in this manner.
Hero follows n description of what
Is seen on tho "Ualloon Itoutc. '
XX U. S. Mint Where the party Is I.
It conducted nil through the bnl.d- X.
Address ell inquiries to
MANAGER, CONTEST DEPT.,
ITnnnlnlil T W
James B. McSwanson is in charge ; '"f- nc l 'T f.
tt our gold uud silver money is Si
S manufactured. From there we S
St go to , K
SS View Point Whcro wo get a St
XX grant panoramic view of the en- Si
SS tiro city. Then to St
SS Oohlcn Oate Park Tho largest Si
SS park In tho world, visiting the SS
XX japancso Tea Garden, UuffalOSS
SS Paddock, Dear Den, and Chll- S.
XX. (Iron's Plnj grounds. Here we Si
SS tako luncheon, a in carte BcrvJco, SI
XX where tho best food Is served nt SS
SS tho very lowest pi Ices. After XX
XX luncheon wo visit the largo SS
XX Miiseuij Containing tinny nil- SS
SS clcnt nnd historical relics from all SS
SS parts of the world, allowing am- XX
XX pie tlmo to goHlnoush tho build- SS
SS Ing nnd sec It right, l'roai thero XX
XX wo go to SS
SS Huntington Fulls nnd Stowe SS
SS Lake, nlso visiting many other at- SS
SS tractions in the Park not mention- SS
SS ed hern. Leaving tho Park wo SS
SS go direct to tho ocean, viewing SS
XX tho old Dutch windmills nnd U. SS
SS S. Life Saving Station, arriving SS
SS at tho SS
SS Cliff House Wo stop long SS
SS enough to Fee tho world famed XX
XI Seal Hocks, and watch tho SS
SS many teals as they play upon tho SS
SS rocks. From thero wo go to XX
XX Sutro Heights A beauty spot, XX
XX abounding in beautiful flowers XX
XX tho Jear round, nnd where one XX
XX can look far out at sea and watch SS
SS tho nmBslvo ships as thoy como XX
XX form all .parts of tho world. SS
SS Again resuming our Journey, wo XX
SS'pass around SS
SS Land's End, where wo get a SS
XX fine view of " SS
XX Mllo Hoc1: I.lgMliouso, near XX
XX whcro the R!o JiuieKu sank with St
Xt great loss of life and millions of St
SS dollars In gold rn.l silver. Leav-SS
SS Ing here, v. a get au excellent SS
XX view" of
SS .Golden Gito nijd thu various SS
XX forts.thnt aro locitcd In that vl- SS
SS clnltj. Continuing, v.o pass SS
SS through tho icluenca and busln- SS
SS ncss portion of tho city over Nob XX
XX Hill to Chinatown which com- XX
Xt plctes -ono of the inoi.t Interest- XX
XX ing one day trips In Atuerlca. SI
SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS XX XX SS SS SS SS
NEW MARTIAN CANAL IS
THOUGHT PROQF OF LIFE
CHIC.VaO, Feb. 10. A now cnnal
en Mars, 1000 miles lu length, has
beop discovered by Prof. Perclvnl
Lowell of tho Flagstaff Observatory,
Ariz., and this Is evidence; accord
ing to the astronomer, that the plan
et is Inhabited. The announcement
cf tho dlscovory has been made to
Pi of. 8. W. Uurnham of tho Yorkes
Observatory. Prof. Lowell is In Chi
cago today on his way West.
Not only did Prof. Lowell see tho
now canal, but he photographed It.
Provious pliotogrnphiTof this region,
mnde as lato as last May, failed to
show any trace ot thu now canal.
The fact that It developed between
May and September,, when it was
first observed, Prof, Lowell regarded
ns positive proof that It was arti
ficial, and, therefore, thnt living be
ings exist on tho neighbor planet.
"Prof, Lowell's discovery Ib of the
utmost Importance," said Prof, llurn
ham. "It seems to bo the strongest
confirmation yet obtalnod ot tho be
lief -that there are living, intelli
gent beings on Mars. It is bound
to causo a utlr lu the world of
astronomy. Prof. I-oweU's observa
tions, covering fifteen years or more,
havo done' much to reveal conditions
on Mars, tlut this seems to ho tho
most striking ot his discoveries."
Geary Street, above Union Square
Juit oppoilli Ilotel SI. ?rancfi
European Plan S1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, f urnlth
I ngs cost 3200,000. High class hotel
atmoderate rates. Center of theatre
and retail district. On car lines trans
ferring allover city. Omnlbusmeets
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
ITotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Trawets." A D CCode.
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Special attention to Honolulu trade.
Without bath $1. 50 per day up
With bath 2.00 per day up
HeaJi table cr note or a la carte
Management ot Gus C. Lara.
Honolulu Representative: M. F.
PETER. Phone 361.
is the BEST IN TOWN, and
it is served at the right tem
perature. C. J. McCarthy, Prop.
HOTEL AND BETHEL STS.
BETTER SPEND THE WEEK END
GO DOWN BY TRAIN OR AUTO
Sachs Block, Fort and Beretania Sts.
Fiuo furnished rooms, fl per day
110 nnd upwards per month, Bplon
MRS. Tj. A. BLAISDELL. Prop. .
No. 171. TnnniToitY of Hawaii.
COUHT Or LAND TiEllUTUATlON.
TEltniTOIlY OF HAWAII TO MAIl.C
1. HOIIINSON, Tru.teo under luu
Will of James iti.b. t'oi, ilece-tvc I;
MAKY R. FOSTKltJ, VICIOlClA
WAIID; BATHSHr.HA M.ALI.BN;
MARK P. UOUiivMON; ANNIIJ
JAEOEKl LUCY H. McVAYNH;
MATILDA A. FOSTHIl; MAKY K.
11. KALEIAt.II; JAMES 11."
BOYD; JtOCiiHT N. tJOYn;
CAHOLINE II, rtOTHTSON:
SAItAH It. MOS3MAN; 1:. B.
UOYDj HENHY-HLAKE; CITY
by JOSCI'Il J. FETIN, Mayor and
President of tholiW'd of Supar
visors; TEltUITOItY OV HA
WAII, by ALEXANDER LIND
SAY, Jr., Atturuoy General, end
MAIISTON CAMPI1ULL, Superin
tendent of Public Works of said
Territory, and to ALL whom It
Whereas, a petition has boon pre
sented to said Court by H. HACK
FIJi.l) ft COMPANY LIMITED, to reg
ister nnd confirm It) title in tho foi-lowlng-descrlbed'land:
"Hackfeld Dlock " Fort, Queen, ltd
Inburg nnd Halekaunila Streets, Ho
colulu, Kona, Oihti.
Doing Grant 3123 to II. Hackfeld and
J. C. Pfluger. Grant 3353 to 11. Hack
feld and Co, Ltd.. nnd portions ot
Grant 3230 to II. A. WIdcmann and I
C. Award 164 to V. Kamamalu.
Commencing nt an Iron bolt nt tho
South V. KAMAMALU corner of this
Section and Iho North corner of Hulo
kauwila Street and Ulshop Street ex
tension. This iron halt Ib nlso nt tho
West corner of Section 2. This Iron
bolt bears by true a2lmuth 169'' 00' 00"
120 3 feet from tho Government Monu
ment near tho West corner of .Halo
kauwlla and Kllatica Streets nnd on
nn offset of 10. feet from the South
West lino of Halckauwlli Street and
an offset of 9.75 feet from the North
West Ifno of, Kllauca Street and run
ning from tho nbovo iron bolt by truo
azimuth as follows:
1. H9 35' 35C.1 feet nlong Hnlo-
kauwlla Street to a copper bolt
let Into the sldo walk at tho
East corner ot Fort and Halo
2. 239' 35' 208 9 feet nlong Tort
Street to a copper bolt let into
the side walk nt the South cor
ner of Fort and Queen Streets
3. 317" 10' 133 8 feet along Queen
Street to a point .10 of a foot
from tho North corner of tho
"Old Court Houso Building"
4r 317" 05 109.4 feet along Qucon
Street along the North East
face of tho "Old Court Houso.
Dulldlng" to a cross cut In tho
sldo walk .70 ot a foot boyond
tho Enst corner ot tho nbovo
6. 318 43' 81.9 feet along Queen
Street to a point 138 43' 6.31
feet from an Iron bolt at the
West corner of Queen Street and
Bishop Street extension Thenco
0. 49 B0' 101.24 feet along North
West line of Edlnburg Strcot
7. B2 50' 170 CI feet along tho
North West lino of Bishop Street
extension along Section 2 to In!-,
Area 83012 Squaro Feet.
Commencing nt tho iron bolt nt tho
Initial point of Section. 1. and running
by truo Azimuth as follows:
"Tht Finest Bathini; on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS
W. C. BEROIN. Proorletor
Tho Evening Bulletin Popular
Fill inrfhc harrie of the voting woman vou wish to vote
for and the district in which she lives. Bring- or mail to
Manacer, Contest' Department, care of Evening Bul
letin, Honolulu, T. H,
THIS COUPON COUNTS AS 10 VOTES
FOR TRIP CONTESTANT
FOR CHAPERONE CONTESTANT
$ (This coupon is notood after Monday, March 21)
Miss W. E. Holt Makaweli
Miss Neal Kcalia
Miss Armnbelle Mundon
, . , lOanaa
RENT TOO HIGH 8AY3 TERN.
1129 Fort St.
BINE ROLLS AND BUNS.
BOSTDV BAKED BEANS
B)ST0l! BROWN BREAD
BEST HOME-MADE BREAD IN
Whon Iloid Committeeman Jamej
Qulnn presented jx repni Moiling of the
toiler 1 rum uiu uuiiup i.bmuv, wjijvii i
willing to enter 'a five-yenr lenso with
tho City and County of Honolulu for
a lot on Coral street, mak&t of tho oily
rtabC3 In KakUiko at a iH'ly lentnl
of ono bundled dollars, M.!iynr .lotepli
J, Fern dcclartd that thu: wua .en
llroly too high
The 'city la n quired to Till lu and
fence tho lot vvllhln one yur f 10111 the
drawing of tho lease
No action has jet been taken In tho
matter, In reply to His Honor', ob
jections, Qulnn said: "Your Honor
must kpovv that tho Dlshop Estate
docs not do business without getting
about nil that's In It, and If wo need
the land vyo mut pay tho price,."
IN THE SUMMER 8EASON
children ororludu'go In eating frultn
with stomach pains it consequence;
moll. era should have on liiiud Pain
klller( Perry Davis'), 25c, 35c and 5 e
yA acres at Kalihi Valley, with
five-room cottage. ' Free water, Hen
houses; stable, Well fenced. Iueal
place for a chicken ranch.
Also- 2 4 acres unimproved, ad
P. E. R. STRAUCH
Waity Bide. 74 S. King St.
829" 35' 9 38 feet along Haloknitv
wlla Street to tho North corner
of llalckauwlla, and Edlnburg
2. 229 50' 178 ftct along tho North'
West llnoof Edlnburg Street
3. 52 50' 17HCI foot nlong tho
North West lino of Ulshop Street
extension along Section 1 to ini
Area 823. Squaro Feet. 1
Y011 aro hereby cited to appenr at
tho Court of I.anil Registration, tobo
held nt the City and County of llono-
lulu on the 2Vh day of March, A. D.
1910, nt ton o'clock In the forenoon
lo show cause If any )ou havo, why
tho prnjer of laid petition should not
he grantol. And unless you appear
at sold Court at tho tlmo and place
aforesaid jour default will ho record
ed, nnd the paid petition will bo taken
ns confessed, nnd )ou will be forover
barred from contesting Bald petition or
any decree entered thereon.
Witness tho Honorable W. J. Ron
1NSON, Judge ot said Court, this 21st
day of February, In tho )ear nlnoteon
hundred nnd ten.
Attest with Seal of said Court:
M. T. SIMONTON, ,
4t Feb. 23; Mar. 2, 9, 10.
I will no longer be responsible for
nny debts that my wife, Mrs. Maggie
Hundqrp, may incur.
CAIU. ADOLF IIUNDORP.
Mnrcli 7, 1910. 4600-3t
BULLETIN APS PAY
Sealed Tenders will be received
at the olllco of tho Superlntondont
of Public Works until 12 m. of
Thursday, March 10, 1910, for fur
nishing tho department with 2500
ft. ot 4-Inch galvanized water pipe.
Delivery to be made f. o, b.-wharf,
Honolulu. Intending bidders will
stato time of dellvory.
Tho Superintendent of Public
Works reservta tho right to reject
any orall bids.
, MARSTON CAMPBELL-,
Superintendent of Public Works.
February 25, 1910. 4552-10t
BULLETIN AO!) PAY
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