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EVENING! 1HJLLETIN, HONOLULU, T. ft., Kill DAY, JULY 22, 1910.
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1VI0THING more will be done in regard to
' building additions to the Moana II ok I
until the result of this prohibition agitation
is decided. Prohibition is a mistake Tor this
country and will hurt our prosperity. The
present liquor law is a good one, and is
entitled to the support of the people. Let
them have higher license if they want it. In
mj' opinion, prohibition is wrong. Tourists
do not want to be tied down by any such
piece of legislation as a prohibition law.
I hey won't come and that is ail there is to it.
OPEN ALL YEAR
The Scenic Attraction of California
A valley of great bjauty nnd grandeur, unique in iti
BStemblance of sheer walls of great height, imposing peaks,
and the number of its stupendous waterfalls.
Now Reached by
Daily train lervlc from Merced to the Park Line, con
nects at Merced with. Southern Pacific and Santa Fe,
0. W. LEHMEIt. Trafflo Manafcer. Y. V, R II., Merced, Cal.
We have Just received from the S. S. Wilhelmina a
Splendid Line made up of Best Qualities in
EMBROIDERIES and LACES
They are all well-made, handsomely-finished, strictly
ALL AT 5o AND 10c A YARD
Come early and pick the best patterns. '
The Yat Hing Store
HOTEL BETWEEN BETHEL AND FORT STREETS
ARE JUST ALIKE
That Huwulluns who applied foi
homesteads liml been turned dpwn at
tho land often unci luld taken their
troublcH to him unit tho cliorgo made
by Member Trent of the Ijind Hoard
at ItH KCHHlon last oientug.
Mnrston Campbell mmcdlntel
rushed to tlio defense and said that
no ono liad been turned down, either
Hawaiian or uny other nationality.
What canned the complaint to Trent
was tho fact that llawallanx hud made
their applications In any old way and
that they were told they must null
until proper blanks were ready rot
them to make their applications. The
nllldavlts, tho lust of the blanks re
quired, will bo ready today and from
this duto on there will bo no delay for
those who wish to apply for tracts.
Incidentally Campbell mentioned
that thero wero lUty-nlno tracts ro.id)
for homosteudlng, and that there wero
applications enough already on file
to keep fifty surveyors busy for live
j ears In running the lines uf the
tracts applied for.
The now lund law and tho action
of the Land Hoard Is not giving Mil
Icfactlon In noma quarters us was o
Idenced by an Informal discussion bo
for tho meeting wua called to order
It was brought out by ono uiembci
that plantations wero doing every
thing possible to discourage, hnme
cteaders taking up lands. When It
was asked what was to, bo done wltt
a plantation which had taken this at
tlttide coming befmo'tho Hoard fqr u
renewal of Its lease tho unswer wui
to turn It down. ' ,
Another point causing solne dissat
isfaction among a certain class 'wat'
trie idea of homestead drawing by lott
instead of huvlng tho homesteads sold
at auction. The complaint here was
that In hucIi a case a iair man coitld
getji lot right next, to a rich one. The
board says that all are equal before
it and tho rich man must stand tho
ruling of (ho Hoard oU'li If ho does
have a poor neighbor.
The University Club uide applica
tion to lease the lot on tuu cornet
o( Hotel and Miller Btreets, offering
an annual rental" of 2V for It. It
was the opinion of tlu I'.oarl that
property In the city should not be
leased if It was possible tci sell It, and
the club will bo asked if It would not
prefer to purchube tho lot outright.
Rail A Quick,
KILO. July IS. Major Wlnslow.
who visited llllo lust week to con
duct tho public harbor Hues meet-
In c, made tho announcement that
his plans and spcclllcntlons for the
work of the construction uf the next
section of tho breakwater will be on
their way to Washington within u
lery few days. The major stated
that the hill carrying the impropri
ation became law on Juno 2C, and
that olllclal notification to that ef
fect hud been bent to hi in from
WashltiKton on July 2. lie expect
cd that ut the time he was speak
lug, Inst l-'rlday, the notification hud
been received In his office In Hono
Tho plans, which wllj bo sent for
ward for the, nppmynl of thu proper
authorities In Washington, wl!
without a doubt, as has been stated
otrtilally in tho past, provide, for a
-uothod of construction other than
that which has been curried on
inder thu present contract, and will
provide for tho construction of the
substructure only, not reaching the
mrfueo of tho ocean, tho work to bo
an led on by means o' lighters.
Particular Interest Is being token
in these plans rjy tho business men
Interested, both In Honolulu and In
llllo, owing to the announcement
which has been made that1 the con
tiuctlon of wharves Is being con
ildered III tho eust end ut tho ha
jor, this locution being selected
nalnly on '(recount of the Jnct that
.Ills portion of the hurbor would Cj
eelvo thei protection ufforded, by the
'ireakwutcr t'ailier than utiy other
The fact 1b being-deeply consider
d Uia.t irfo'breBkwsrB carried
jii as at ' present completing tho
.tructure as tho work progresses, It
will mean the continuous growth, 'of
inch protection, whoreus, If only (he
substructure Is built, the progref
jf such protection will, after the
present breukwater loriiruct hob
been completed, end there until such
Mine. when still another npproprlu
ion Is secured from Congress,
All tho applications H'od were con
sidered at last evening's .meeting,
which lasted scleral hours, the Hoard
finishing up u large amount of work
and putting matters In condition so
that ndiet Using of lots might be done
tiff i - fifffifnr nfiliMfrlii
Big Island Politics Now
HIM), July 18. The prccln.H
clubs of both the ltepubllcnn and
Dcmuciutlc parties Inst week elect.
ed their officers to servo during tho
coming two J ears, and now the
workers nro getting rcadi for or
ganised campaign work.
The ltepubllcnn precinct club tor
llllo proper held Its meeting at Fire-
men's Hull last Friday evening.
County Clerk Knl and County At
torney lleem, who had been nomi
nated tho previous week, both for
tho executive committee, withdrew
their naineB, as they intended to try
to" land nominations. Tho list of of.
fleers elected wus as follows:
t President, It. A, Lyman; first vice
president, B. II. Austin; second vice
president, A. M. Cubrlnhn; secretary,
II. II. Drown; assistant secretary,
Karl Wllllum-j; tiensurcr, 1. 0.
Ucnmer; executive committee, V. E.
M'. Osorlo, Curl 8. Smith, J. Oliver,
'A. Mnhlula, John Herlng; Judges of
election, II. F. Schccn, William Ca-
narlo, l A. Victor.
The llllo town Democratic pre
cinct club held its meeting on Thurs
day evening, when the following of
ficers wero cloctcd:
President, C. K. Magulre; vice
president, W. II. Hccn; secretary, W.
JI, Johnson; assistant secretary, J,
A. M. Osorlo; treasurer, David Ewn
llko; election Judged, Harry Irwin,
W. It. Hcen, J. A. M.. Osorlo.
Speeches were mnde by tho vari
ous newly-elected officers. Tho
speech mado by Deputy County At
torney Hccn attracted particular at.
tontlon. Hcen suld among other
things that ho had been called n fool
for Joining the Democratic party. Ho
maintained that there wus no dif
ference between the principles of the
ltepubllcnn and the Democratic par
ties the difference lay In tho ad
ministration of thesa principles,
which he proceeded to outline, Hcen
liked tho Democratic administration
better, he explained, and for that
reason ho had thrown his lot with
the minority party.
The meeting of the Walakea Dem
ocratic precinct club, which was
held lust Thursday evening at the
Osorlo bonthouse, was enlivened by
the fact that Mr. Lehman, after be
ing elected president, called atton
Hon to the peculiar standing of one
D. Spalding. Spalding, It appear
ed, hud been nominated the previous
week as an election Judge on both
the Republican and the Democratic
precinct club tickets. It was point
ed out that a man could not very
well belong to both parties. Spald
ing explained that his nomination
by the Republicans was a mistake.
He had attended tho meeting of tho
Republicans because It was held In
ithe meeting hall of n church of
which he was a member, uui nis
nomination had been the result of
Spalding's explanation did not
seem to curry much wuter, fdr a mo
tion by Lehman, reading Spalding
out of the club, carried without dis
sent. Hoprcsentatlve Kcalawaa, who had
been nominated for president, with
drow ns a cundlduto for that bfllco,
explulnlng that ns he Intou-lcd to
run for the Houso of Hepresentutlvcs
again, ho did not think It proper for
him to accept It.
Tho following officers wero elect
ed: President, C. Lehman; vice
president, Nullum; secretary, J. Nn
pibu; assistant secretary, E. Naplhu;
election," Judges, Katuaka, Muikal,
Tho Walakea Republican precinct
club held" a well-attended meeting
last Friday evening. Some Interest
was shown In the announcement that
Superintendent of Public. Works and
Land Commissioner Marston Camp,
bell would bo, present to address the
meeting, but he failed to show up.
Spalding, - who pttended the lie.
publican meeting; as pe had that of
tho Democrats tl)eiight beforo,
tgaln ran Into ti'qtirile. 0.' 1', Af
ronso brought up the mutter of hit
Jual existence In the two parties,
ind Spalding, aa.sUeniiojjsly protest
ed lils al1egla(ice to (hi Republican
party "sj he fh'uil Ills, laltll Mn the
Democratic principles tho 'rilght be
tore. The result was that, after
having been .nominated ns on elec
tion Judge by both parties, ho wlis
elected by neither.
Tho oftlcors "elected were as fol
lows: President, Otto W, Hose; flist
vice-president, J. D. Lewis; second
vice-president, A. K, Kualll; secre
tary, J. A. Kealnha; assistant Becre
tary, C. D, Makanui; treasurer, C.
j. Jackson; election Judges, C. t.
Green, J. P. Craellus, C. I). Maka
nui; oxecutlie committee, J. P.
Halo, J. F. Craellus, J. D. Lewis, K.
da Sllva, 0, F. Affonso.
A' number of speechos were made,
and ou the suggestion ut Uobuen-
V tii iW .'rhS .vniii. iiMmAtiihf
TRY A HOME
When Doctors Say That Nothing Bat
Change of Climate Will Help.
Renew the Blood Supply by tho Tonlo
Treatment and See if You Are
Not Saved Money, Time and
If you are fullering from a run-down
condition wbetv ordinary rcmedlcs'scem
to lime no effect ail jour friend. and
aihlrorsare rrcoiunrndlng a.rliangeoi
air or climate. It is worth while to coil-
Idertrjittg the tonic treatment ttitli Dr.
William' link fills i wuore iai.inx uieir
Mrs. Wlllium Paltenon, v.hoe adilre
Is Box .".1, It. 1' 1. N". , SnoliomMi,
Wash., failed toreirain her strength until
she tried till tonic U-atment with Dr.
Williams' PiuW 1111s. She sajs:
"When I Bllftrn(j:carsold I had sn
Hurt nf thn menslwi anil was sick. for
oer a jear. I was iccy'iieak and could
not get my strength hack, I was so
short of breath that I couldn't walk any
distance at all witliotrt fainting. 1 nan"
awful headache a greater part ol the
time. Ins. nerTOiu and run down In
(leh and strengths J-nenus, w no saw
me, thought 1 wmiiu nrier.gev wen. -
"I was liling at I.icrell mil TO
treated liy two doctor but they didn't do
ma l.ti if ..nod. 1 nu under their
care for about six months and wus petting
worso all of tlietlin rmaiiy i nao to
remain In bed anil llie doctor said that
nothing but a cliangt' of climate would
help me. After lciig cdnflned to bel
for a month, my mother decided to give
ma Dr. Williams' Pink" Pill. I received
great lielp from a few Imxes ami grew
stronger and felt Intterln every way. I
took tho pill regularly for quite a while
and waa completely ciirnl."
' Wlieneier a linle I needed, Dr. Wil
liams' link lMls should lie gie n an'im
medlttu trial. They qu;kly enrich the
blood and give strength and health to
every part ol the liody. For lliia reason
they liave'currd anrmla, chlorois, rheu
matism, lumbago, general debility and
the after-effect of tliv grip and fevers.
Our booklet, "IWascsot tho Blood,"
will lie sent free upon the request of any
sufferer from impure or imiocrisbcd
Dr; William' Pink Pill are sold by all
druggist; or will Iw mil, postpaid, on
receipt of price, 50 cents tier box; six
boxes for f'.'.on, by llie Dr. Williams
Medicine Company, Schenectaily, If. Y.
berg and Conness, t Kuhlo Club wn
formed, tho Idea belnc to form nn
organization to boost tho Prince's
campaign' for Delegate. This orgita-
Izatlon will not follow strict party
lines, thV plan being to ndml,l to
mcmborshlp Home Rulers and JJcm
ocrats who favor theiPrlnce, as well
as, of course; Republicans.
JILL 18 GOOD
"Ryan's' Reception" proved an ex
cellent medium for Introducing many
new and catchy songs last evening.
All of the specialties' were excellent
Miss Rockwell sung "I.ovu Me and
the World Ik Mine" and responded to
an eucoro with "Klllarney." Miss
Rockwells wardrobo Is a constant
cause of wonder ,the gown sho woro
last evening Was. u beautiful creation,
Olgu Stock and Carlcton Chasu sang
"I'll Put a Ring Around Jtoxle" a new
song with a vory mclpdlus chorus,
and In the second 'uct MIh Stock sung
"Funny Face" selecting her victims
anions tho audience with the nld of u
spotlight and mirror. Chase sang
2Tho Time Tho Placo 'And Tho Girl."
One of tho best IiIIh of tho piece was
tho duet of Mr. Stuart, arid Miss At
kins "You Havo Such "Wonderful
Dreams." Tho character work was
excellent and the burkisnuo minuet
ballet which. followed tho song was u
"scream." Miss Vllma Sfeck hud a
pretty song with tho chorus and for
got a few lines but rotriaited so
gracefully that she took two encores..
Miss Canfluld played tho Seventh'
Concerto and tho Rosary and as an
encoro rendered f,Tho Old Planta
tion" with much expression. Harris
McOuiro and Harry (larrlty both
made good with their songs and thu
chorus blossomed out In n. pew. school
girl costume Hint was pretty- In 'Its
uniformity. As a wholu thero Is no
drag to tho plcco, It bus clover sit
uations, tho dialogue Kguod.iapd tho
songs well worth hearing. -
,NLY rich people
can afford to use
"'For this reason: Poor,
soap .contains an excess
of alkali which weakens
-the fabric and shortens
, the, life of everything it
, Rich people can stand
that' sort of thing.
People who are not
" richshould use Ivory
Soap for everything, but
the coarsest, commonest
things that need to bo
994foo Per Cent. Pure
' DEPUTY LYMER
Few Strong Reflections
In Brief On Pepcckco-'
Case . .
llll.O, July 18. A copy has been
received here of a brief written by
Deputy Attorney-General I.ymer on
tho appeal of the Territory from tho
decision of Judgo Parsons In (he nbw
so famous PcpccKeo boundary case.
It was very clear from the recent
history of the matter that the At.
torucy General's Department did not
wish to write a bilcf. As ,n mutter
of fuct. It desired nothing less than
so doing, and thut was what the row
started ubout In tho first place. Now,
howovcr, when brlof-wrltlng becamo
a necessity, tho depaitnient has
"dune Itself .proud," for It has pro
pared a young novel .of scvciity-Ilvo
The contents of, the brief niay be
divided Into two divisions refer
ences to matter which has been
proven, or alleged to bo provejn, and
references to matters which the Ter
ritory hopes to prove. In the latter
class are matters wht,ch the Terri
tory wants to prove before the Su
premo Court by testimony which It
hopes to Introduce there, tho Inw
governing boundary cases providing
that such proof may lie Introduced
before tho appellate court, In cuso
It has been Impossible to Introduce
It ut the original hearing.
The main portions of the brief re
fer to various portions of the evi
dence heard before Judgo Parsona as
boundary commissioner, and nro too
technical to be ut generul Interest.
Howovcr, Intorspersed with this
throughout tho document aro strong
slums at tho witnesses of the peti
tioner, the Pepcckco Sugar Co.,
whose testimony It Is tho aim to dis
credit, and some of these' nre quite
Judge I.ymnn comes In for tho
Jlrst of these bouquets. Tho Dep
uty Attorney-General says that tho
documentary evidence pf tho Terri
tory Is opposed only .by "certain tcs.
tlmony of Judge Lyman, one of the
nttornejs for the applicant, whose
Interest Is plain anil whose preju
dice, we respectfully submit, has
led him to adopt beliefs at varlanco
with reason and logic."
Many pages are devoted to A. II.
I.ocbeiiRtcIn, and a letter I. intro
duced, from that gentleman to Land
Commissioner Pratt, ending with the
remark which seems so very frivo
lous In so ponderous a brief, "P. S.
Any good nows? Prost." This
letter Is compared with testimony
given by Locbcuatcln, whereupon
I.ymer announces thut "out of his
own mouth ho Is condemned."
Hut this Is nothing as compared
with what follows. A bit later In
the brief It says:. "Jly Introducing
the original map l( will bo shown
that the entry 'Konohlkl land' In
that portion of Knhun .under dispute
does not appear on the original map.
The words 'Konohlkl laud' are u de
liberate Invention Introduced Into
this copy for tho aole purposo of es
tablishing nppllcanl'u claim mid
used ut u place und under clrcuni.
stances where It was practically Im
possible to Introduce the true orig
inal. The entry seems no less thun
a dcllberuto forgery,"
Hero Is another: "Then follows
applicant's exhibit II, which contains
u false, entry and presents, presump
lively ut leuBt, the appearance of
deliberate forgery. And, luBtly, ap
plicant's exhibit J another docu
ment of a misleading If n0t wilfully
One of the kamanlna witnesses Is
bunded the following stinger: "Ho
seems to havo been woll drilled, und
always to udopt tho rule: 'When In
doubt call all laud Kaliun Second.' '
About another Icumuulnu, Noa, tho
brief says: "This witness' testi
mony is meaningless to the author
ut this brief,
Returning to his old friend, Judge
i-yman, Lymer ays: "One other ex
tract from tho record shows Mr. Lv-
rnuu'u exaggerated zoa) , to leap ,to
cnni-.timfrihH riil.imi.rn ... li? r..t.
....... IH.UI.UIQ IU UJU 'Jtppil'
cent's. claim. In endeavorliiit to fur
iilBh,'testlmoiiy favorable to "the ap
ue gets this final salute: "This
spectfully Bubmlt that his fettriony
is or no serious weight-.';
- In conclusion, the brief 'refers to
Judge I'arsous' decision 'a "an ox
treniely novo) moce of dealing with
ii boundary dispute. ft " "
I'iuully, careless pcreous (o)lowlug
the Parbons-Lymer controversy may
hae Jumped at the hasty conclusion
that Lymer did not love Judge Par
tons. Any such Idea is wholly'dia
pelted by the following paragraph,
which Is touchlugly redolent with
the spirit of brotherly Ipvo, lu ask
ing for tho admission pf now testi
mony beforo the Bupreme Court, the
Deputy Attorney-General cays; "if
is etijpli- adverted to In naming. Mr
L-jWifa was retogiUHUa an ei
trenlo)yuroncWtl6ifn,ra'ncT We" re-
,i...ik-- . m. t A,t,.M. ,,-i .., 'fo'iWirttotihif
NBW - TO-DAY
COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF VALU-
ABLE HEAL ESTATE SITUATE
AT HONOKUA, DISTRICT OF.
SOUTH KONA," ISLAND OF HA-.
Pursuant to a Decree of Foreclo
sure and Salo made by tho Honorable
W.J. Robinson, Third Judge of tho
Circuit Court of tho FlrBt Judlclui
Circuit' of tho Territory of Hawnl1,
at Chambers, In Kqulty, on tho Cth
day of Match, A. D. 1010, In nn ac
tion entitled, "Paul Muhlcndorf,
Mnrk P. Robinson, James H, Jaeger
and Mrs. II. M. Allen, Trustees under
the last Will and Testament of S. C.
Allen, (loccased, complainants, vs.
Hawaii Land Company, Limited, ro-
spondent. Hill to Foreclose Mort
gage;" (Equity Division No. 1676),'
and pursuant to the further order ol
tho Court, duly given and made ou
tho 7lh day of June, A. D. I10, ill. I
rcctlng and ordering u RH-SALK of i
the property described' Iff the Dccrco
of Foreclosure and Sale herein, and
pursuant to tho further order of tho
Court, duly given and mnde on tho
21st day of July, A. D. 1010, direct
ing and ordering a HH-SALK of tho
prdpcrjy described In the Decree of
Foreclosure and Sale herein, the un
dersigned, as Commissioner, duly ap
pointed and constituted ns such by
said decree of Foreclosure and Salo,
will soil, at Public Auction, to the
highest and best bidden for cash,
subject' to confirmation of the Court,
SATURDAY, THE 13TH DAY OF
AUGUST, A. D. 1010,
At 12 o'clock Noon of Said Dav.
at tho front (muuka) entrance of
the Judiciary llulldlng, In tho City
and County of Honolulu, Territory
of Hawaii, all and singular tho prop
erty described In that certain Inden
ture of Mortgage .dated tho 31st day,
of August, A. D. 1800, mado and
executed by tho 'respondent Hawaii
I'.and Company. Limited, to Samuel C.
Allen, nnd recorded 'In Jtho Office of
tho Registrar of Conveyances, at Ho
nolulu, In Liber 106 of Conveyances,
at pages 242-244; said property be
ing situate at South Kona, Island
of Hawaii, Territory .of, Hawaii, nnd
being more particularly bounded nnd
described as follows, to-wlt:
1st: All thoso promises In tho deed
of tho Trustees of Kalnkuua to T. K.
R. Amain, dated June 13, 1888, and
recorded In Llbdr 110, pago'302, con
talnlng an area bt 1 4-100 ucrcs, and
duly conveyed to said K. K. Amqlu
by deed of D. P, Namauu, rcco'rded
In Liber 118, page 326, together
with all houses on It;
2nd: All the undivided 340 acres
of 'said K. K, Amalu In tho Ahupuaa
of Honokua, S. Kona afoicsald, being
the same premises conveyed to said
K. K. Amalu by deed of Kalkalna and
Kawal, his wife, dated March 1,
1890, and recorded In Liber 191, pngo
Said property will be sold In two
Term of Sale; Cash In United
States, dold Coin; tou (i0) per
cent, of tho purchase price to be
paid on the fall of the hammor; bal
ance to be paid upon confirmation
of Bale by tho Court nnd execution
and delivery of deed or deeds by the
Commissioner. Deed or deeds ut ex
pense of purchaser or purchasers.
For further particulars apply to
McsBrs, Kinney, Dullou, Prosser &
Anderson, attorneys for complain
ants, ut their offices, 303 Stangeu
wuld llulldlng, Honolulu, or' to tho
undersigned at his office In the Judl.
clary Uulldlng, In Honolulu nfore
said. M. T. 8IMONTON,
Dated, Honolulu, July 22, 1910.,
4070 July 22, 29; AUB. 5, 12.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TiK
Fist Judicial Circuit, Territory of
Hawaii. At Chumbors. In Probate.
In the matter of the Estate of Lul
Buy. Deceased. Notice to creditors.
Notice is hereby given thut tho last
Will und -Testament of. Lai Say, Into
nf the Cltr und County of Honolulu,
Territory of Hawaii, decoused, hua
been admitted to probata by the
above Court und Letters Testamen
tary cranlcd to tho undersigned
Lum See, wlIow of-'said deceased,
tho Executrix named In the said
Will.. All creditors of tho deceased
or of his Estate are hereby notified
to present their claims, duly uuthon
tloated and with the proper vouch
ers, If any exist, even though tho
'said claims may be secured by mort
guge upon real estate, to Holme's",
Stanley &. Olson. Attorneys at. Law.
863 Ka'ahumanu street, Honolulu
afofesald, Attorneys for said Execu
trix,'' within' ;lz (Siiimontlis, from
the duto hereof (jvbjljj- la the date
o'f'fbe fli'st,1 publication' pf it jils no
tice) ; otherwise such claim's. If
any, shall bo forever barred. And
all persons Indobted to the said es
tato 'are hereby notified to make
payment to the said Holmes, Stan.
ley & Olson, at the above address.
Dated at Honolulu, T. II.. July 22.
1010. LUM SEE, Executrix.
4677 July 22, 29; Aug. 5, 12, 19.
It be admitted, It will be teen to
have controlling Influence upon the
decision, and In vlow of such new
evidence, a finding favorable to the
Territory's contention can not, In
uny sense, hive the effect of u. re
buke to tbe commissioner."
NEW - TODY
MORTOAQEE'S NOTICE OF 1NTEN.
tion to forf.c; "; "E : UD'OF
Notice Is hereby . Hintjiy
virtue and In pursuance ol 'power
contained In that te.taln muMgage
made by Hlmer J. ! -ckcnrldge and
wife, of Honolulu, Territory uf Ha
waii, to Cecil Ilrawii, dated Decem
ber' 4, 1900, nnd recorded) In tho
Hawaiian Registry of Conveyances In
Llucr 280 on pages 116-110, the said
Cecil Drown, mortgagee, Intends to
foreclose said mortgago for breach
of the, conditions In said mortgago
contained, to will tho non-payment
of tho principal and Interest ,whcu
Notlco Is also hereby" given that all
and singular tho lands, tenements
nnd hereditaments In said mortgage
described will bo Bold at public auc
tion at tho auction room of James 1'. i
Morgan, on Kanhumanii street, In '
Honolulu, City and County of Ho
nolulu, Territory of Hawaii, on Sat
urday, the '20th day'of August, A. D.
1910, nt 12 O'clock noon of that day.
The property covered by said mort
gage are as follows:
1, All that certain ploce or par
cel of land situate at Knluaolohe,
Wnlklkl, Honolulu aforesaid, on tho
Lea hi sldo Of Kapahulu Road, being
Lot 13, Ulock 6-R, of Knluaolohe
Tract, nnd moro particularly de
scribed as follows; llcglnnlng at tho
north corner of this lot, being the
west to'rner of Lot 11 'on' Hoolulu
Road, nnd running by true bearings
1. S. 74" 34' W. 50 feet along
2. S. 1C 26' B. 100 feet along
3. N. 74" 34' E. CO feet along
4. N. 1C 20" W. 100 feet along
Lot 11 to tho Inltlnl point,
containing nlf area of 5000
square feet; the same being
tho premises convened to
the said Elmer J. llreckcn
rldgo'by E. C. Ilobron, dat
ed November C, -1902, and
of record In tho Hawaiian
Registry of Conveyances In
l.lhcr 286, page 27.', ct scq.
2. All that certain plcco or par
cel of land situated at Kapahulu,
Honolulu aforesaid, being known as
I-ot 11', lllock C-B. Kupahulu Tract.
and more particularly described u
1. S. 74' 34' W. B0 'feet along
U)t 12, lllock 6.K;
2. N. 16 26' W. 100 feet along
Lot 13, Ulock 6-E;
3. N. 74 34' E. CO feot along
Hoolulu Street; '
4. S. IS 26' E. 100 feet along
Iot 9, lllock 6-E; contain
ing an area of C000 square
feet; same being tho prom
ises conveyed to said Elmer
J, Urcckenbrldge by deed of
E. C. Ilobron and wife dat
ed December 1, 1006, and
recorded In said Registry
In Liber 286, on pages 277
270. Terms: Cash In U. S. gold coin.
Deeds nt the expense of purchaser.
Dated, Honolulu, July 21, 1010.
4676 July 22, 29! Aug. C, 12, 10.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Judicial Circuit, Territory of
Hawaii. At Chambers. In Probate.
In the matter of tho Estate of Llllle
Leonora lllrd, Decehsed. Notlco to
Crodltors. Notice Is hereby given
that Letters uf Ancillary Administra
tion with the Will annexed havo
bcon Issued to Hermann Focke of
tho City and County of Honolulu;
Territory of Ilnwull, us Air.lllar.l
Administrator with tho Will unnoxed
of the Estate of Llllle Leonora lllrd,
lute qt South Kensington, In (ho
Coutlty of London, England! de
ceased. All crodltors of the said es
tuto uro hereby notified to present
their claims against tho said estate,
duly authenticated, nnd with proper
vouchers, If any. ex(st, even though
tho said claims bo socured by mort
gage upon real estate, to the under
signed Hermann Focko, at his office,
care llofischlueger Company, Ltd.,-on
King and Ilcthel streets, In Bald Ho
nolulu, within six (6) months from
the date hereof (which Ib tho date
of tho drat publication of this no
tice); otherwise such claims, If any,
will be forever barred. And all per.
sons Indebted to the said estate are
hereby notified to make Immediate
payment to the undersigned as such
Ancillary Administrator at the above
address. Dated, at Honolulu, T. H
JutylC. 1910: HERMANN FOCKE,
Ancillary Administrator with the
Will annexed of tho Estato of Lllllo
Leonora lllrd, Deceased. Holmes,
Stanley & Olson, attorneys for An
4671 July 1C."S8, 29; Aug. u. 12.