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COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF
I'nrsiinnt In a Decree made liy the
ilonnrnhln V. J. Knhlnsnn, Third
Juilgn of the ClrruU Cgnrt nf the
Pirst Circuit of tltc Territory of lln-
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wuli, at Chnmbers, In lenity, on tho Disposition Of ComWGll. Rnticll
AS long as you are not a vege
tarian Jbuy your supply of
. meat wliereyou know itis
clean and good.
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBRON & LOUIS Proprietor!
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A GOOD JOB. SEE ME TOM SHARP
ABE BIXN EVERYWHERE
ABADIE'S FRENCH PROCESS USED IN CLEANING
Ball and Dinner Gowns and Evening
J.ABADLE, Proprietor 777 KING
Time To Get Ready For
Preparations ore ucinp mr.de to serve you here. Order your
PIES and other TABLE DELICACIES NOW. Select from this list:
MINCE. PUMPKIN, SQUASH and CRANBERRY PIES, and PLUM
list iur.i IS .
Rfli lint nt nrli1iif A II Iflin In
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nil nctlou eiitltleil, "A. J. Campbell,
petitioner, s, Turn Pong, respondent,
Hill for Foreclosure of Mortgage''
(i:Hlty Division, No. 1729), the tin
derslghed, n8 Commissioner, duly np
pointed mid constituted ns finch by
nald Decree, will Bell nt Public Auc
tion, to tlio highest and best bidder
for mbIi, subject to the conflrmntlon
of tlio Court, on
SATURDAY, THE 12TH DAY OF
NOVEMBER, A. D. 1910,
At 12 o'Clock Noon of Said Day,
nt the front (mauka) entrance of the
Juitlclnry Ilulldlng, In Honolulu, City
nnd County of Honolulu, Territory of
llnwnll, all and singular the property
descrlhqd In that certain Indenture
of Mortgage, dated the 3rd day o(
May, A. 0. 190C, made and executed
hy the respoudcitf, Tam Pong, to A.
J. Campbell, petitioner herein, and
recorded In the Olllce of the Regis
trnr of Conveyances In Honolulu In
Liber 279, on pages 238-2401 sal
property being situate at Walklkl,
Honolulu, Oaliil, nnd being more par
tlcularly described as follows:
1, That certain Indenture of
Lease given to said Tam I'oiib by
Lizzie K. I'uahl and Moses I'unhl on
tlio 2Gth day of September, A. D)
1902, of two certain pieces nf land
situate at Walklkl, Honolulu, Oahu,
for the term of 20 years finm the 1st
day of January, A, 1). 1903, nt an
annual rcntnl of Three Hundred nnd
Sixty DollnrsM3fi0.00), which an
mini rentnl was, by an Instrument In
writing dated the 20th day jf April,
A, D. 1901, executed by nnd be
tween the said Lizzie K. Puahl and
said Tnm Pong, I educed to Three
Hundred Dollars (S300.00), which
said Indenture of Lease Is recorded
In the Olllce of the ItCRlntnn- of Con
veyances In Honolulu, In Llbcr 283
nn pages 182 to 1SG.
2. That certain Indenture of
Lease given to said Tnm Pong by I'.
Kemobe on the 11th day of January,
A. D. 1905, for tlio term of 20 years
from tlio 1st day of February, A. D.
190r, at an nnnuiil rentnl of Sixty
Dollnis (JC0.00), of certain lands
situate nt Walklkl aforesaid, more
particularly described as Itoyal Pat
ent No. 3028, Kuleana No, 2639. anil
Hoynl Piitent No. 2R2C. Kulenna No.
28 in, which said Indenture of Lease
Is recorded In sAlil Registry Office In
Liber 283, on pages 180-187.
Together with all rights, privi
leges and appurtenances thereunto
bejongjng and all buildings or other
Tmprovcnioiits, growing crops, farm
ing Implements nnd tools, three (3)
horses, three (3) wagons, nnd every
thing appertaining to or connected
with the banana plantation operated
nnd conducted hy said Tnm Pong nt
Walklkl, Honolulu, Oahu.
Said Leaseholds to be sold sepa
rately. Deeds and Assignment of
Lenses to bo at expense of pur
Terms of Sale: Cash In United
Stntes (lold Coin; ten por cent. (10)
of the purchase price to be paid on
the fall of the hnmmor; balance upon
conllrmatlnn of sale hy the Court and
execution nnd delivery of Deeds and
Assignments of Leacos hy tlio Com
nirpslonsri Tor further particulars apply to
Messrs, sAilth, Warren & Hemenway,
attorneys lfor petitioner, nt their ot-
.'. . ....' (..1.. n
11C0K,. Jllclll lltllllling, lll'UUllllll, ur i"
the undersigned, nt his olllce In the
Judiciary Ilulldlng, In Honolulu
COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF
Pursuant to n Decree mnile liv the
j(liliorsibtyW. .r, Jtiil.ljison, Third
lllldge oY'Vhe clMilt'llWt ofjthe'
I'll si Cjrcillt nf.the Territory oflln,-'
tTiV.'nl!0lininlierr,H1i Hn.illty, onvtho
8th dny.of October, A. D. 1910( In
an action entitled, "A. J. Campbell,
petitioner, VsilTJ in l"ong. respondent,
lllll fur nircclosiire of Morlfjago'
(Kcjulty Division; No. ,17.10), the'un-j
uersigneii, ns uommtssinner, duiynp.
Tlio Territorial land board met
yesterday afternoon, the malif sub
ject of consideration being the' uoiIltpii , PnnUtiiltilt ns sncl? bv
lenses aBked for on the Comwell, all n(,froei wMJ J,'elli nt ftmc Aue
Ilntuh. Maul. The four mimbeisof on , t)l(! hBheti mi 1)est ,1(ier
mo uoaru liresciu were u n. i rem,
Frank Andrnde, S. C Dwlght and
J. K. llrown. Ilrown acted as chntr
mnn in the absence of A. W. Carter.
W. A. Kinney wnB nlw nhseut.
Definite a tlon on the Cornwall
Ilnnch leases was deferred until the
full hoard could be present, although
It was agreed by the members pres
ent that the homestead lots should
he one thousand acres In extent.
Mnrstnn Campbell nihocated dispos
ing nf the land In one lease, but tlio
hoard did not npprovo of this sugges
tion from the Commissioner of Pub
The tent of the land will be fifteen
cent's nn acru for fifteen jears. Theso
figures were approved by tlio board,
but nothing will he done until nil
the land board members are present.
Pourti'en application for leased On
tbij Comwell Ranch have been re
ceived. The expiring lens -was for
tWenty-onn years and lneltidol tho
entire 10,000 acres.
A request from tho llllo Masonic
LiUlge was granted. In which the
lodge asked Hint a twelve-foot strip
of land adjoining their llllo build
ing bo put up nt nuftlim This will
give light on one side of the build
ing. !ons.iriMt of lluWnll offered to
lease' IIS." aeiCH of laud on llnwnll
for SuO per annum, the land being
nlong tbt shore line and useless for
any purpose nnd only being valuable
nt all because a small spring Is lo.
rated on it that Is ubcd by the cattle
In tlmo of drought.
The land nnd the Bprlng In ques
tion being known to several mem
bers of tho board, Mnnsarrat's re
quest was granted.
for cash, subject to confirmation of
the Court, on
SATURDAY, THE 12TH DAY OF
NOVEMBER, A. D. 1910.
At 12 o'clock Noon of Said Day,
nt the front (mauka) entrnnce of the
Judiciary IlulldliiK, In Honolulu, City
and County of Honolulu, Territory of
Hawaii, nil and singular the prnp-j
erty described In that certain Inden-j
ture of Mortgage, dated the 19th day:
oi .May, j, ii. luuu, mane una exe
cuted by tho respondent, Tnm Pong,
to A. J, Campbell, petitioner herein,
and recorded In tho Office of the Reg
istrar of Conveyances In HonoluFii In
Liber 314, on pages 223 to 22. j'palil
property being moio pal tlcularly de
scribed as follows:
That certain Indenture nf Lease
clven tn snltl Tnm Pnnir liv I.vdln 1C.
bomlnls under dnto of May 19, 1909,'
of record in the Gillie of the Regis
trar of Conveyance In Honolulu In
Liber 320 on pages 01 In 64, whe'ieln
and whereby the following described
ptopcrty wnB demised to the Bald Tam'
Pong for a term of 30 years from'
said 1 nth day of May, 1909, nt an,
annual net rental of S700.00, payable
ha If-) early in ndvan e:
1. That ilco laud In Ilamohnmo
formerly held and cultivated by Lain'
Wo Sing. In area being about tlilr-1
teen and one.balf ncres, more or less.
2. Kuleana of Makannhclehelennd.
lpuhao In Knncloa. I
3. Tho III or Hamnhamo in Ka
nelon. In area about five ncres, more
4. Kulenna of loeln Kauwo, con
sisting of three taro patches ntnt n
G." The uso of tho thtcshlng -floor
tn Hamobamo. '
C. Kuleana of Klkoo. In Knnijlon,
In area about r.8-100 of an acre.
7. Right of way from laborers'
houses on the mound twelvo fest
wide running easterly to, a taro
patch, and thence Bouth-oasterly
nlong snld patch In an aiiwnl,
8. Right of vn for i bonrd flume
four feet wldo nnd four feet deep by
n loko near nnd makal of Opunnl'a
houso ns nn outlet for slorm water.
Together with all rights, privi
leges. Improvements, growing crops,
casements nnd appurtenances tbeto
unto belonging or In nnywlso npper-tnlnlng.
Ternis of Sale: Cash In United
Stntep (lold Coin; ten per cent.
(10'n of the purchase price to he,
with his family at a, paid on the fall of thr-hummer: bal
irt. His services ln.nnr0 ,10n confirmation of sale hyj
ARMY AND NAVY.
Tho War Department Is In receipt
of, n communlcntlon from the Stnto
Department transmitting from the
Amerluin Ambassador nt Tokto a
letter signed by n number of resi
dents of Knrluzawa, Japan, forming
a Hood emurgency committee, bring
ing to the notlio of tho American
Kmlinssy the splendid services ren
dered during the recent seven) Hoods
In Japan by 2nd Lieut. Ceurge V.
Strong, Gtb U. S. Cavalry. Lieuten
ant Strong has been on duty nt the
American Knibnssy for several years
past studying Japanese, and at the
time referred to above was spending
connection with the construction of
dniiiB and bridges and tho restora
tion of the water supply are said to
have, added materially to (ho safety
and comfort of tho community. Tho
American Ambassador speaks In the
highest ternis of tho otllccr'B effi
ciency nt u time of great excitement
YEE CHAN & CO.
Corner King and Bethel Streets
NOW IN PROGRESS
The Greatest Sale in the history
of Honolulu of High-Grade Goods
Half of the $60,000 Stock of Yee
Chan Co.'s Merchandise is being
sold at prices that startle all com
petition. Below we quote a few prices lo give you nn idea how
this stock is being soil:
MEN'S QL0THING DEPARTMENT
Hundreds pf strictly man-tailored cuita; all of
the scason'slatest styles, indliidin cashmere,
worsted, tweeds, black and blue, etc.
Value, $15.00 13.50 10.00 7.50 5.00
Now, $ 8.50 7.50 6.00 4.50' 2.50
Men's Fancy Half Hose, worth 20 cts, pair, now
75 cts, per Box of jj pairs,
GINGHAMS, GINGHAMS, GINGHAMS.
Sold in every city in tlio U. S, for 10 cts, per
yard, as long as they last 15 yards for $1 ,00,
.UNDERWEAR ALL SIZES.
All Men's Underwear foimerly 50 cts each, now
three Garments for $1,00,
Do not miss this sile if you value money. Never be
fore, never again, wil: such matchless values be offered
in Honolulu. We aic .overstocked and must make room,
The low prices nt wh'ch we arc selling High-Class nter
chanditc should induce you to lay to one year's supplies..
STACKS OF REMNANT GOODS AT REMARKABLE
yee mm co,
Conor King and Bethel Streets,
I M T. 9IMOTOM.
j , . .-commlBSlemer."'"
I)ited, Honolulu, 0(.toher,H. ,A.
4749 Oct: 14, 21, 28; Nov. 4, 11.
ARE THE SOLE AGENTS
Alexander Young Hotel
Our Parcel Dcl'very passes your door twice n day.
Tho Territory of Hawaii to Yukl
You are hereby notified that there
Is now Hemline In tho Circuit Court
of tho Tlrst Circuit, Territory of
Hawaii, a ceitaln suit mstliuteu
ncninst you by Klsoll Tallma, where
In he prays for a decree of ansoiuie
divorce from you, nnd that said suit
will be heard and determined by the
Honorable Third Judge of Bald Court
In tho courthouBo at Honolulu on the
9lh day ot January, 1911, at 9
o'clock a. rti., or as soon thoreaftor
as may he.
Ily order' nf.the .Couit:.--..
! J. A. THOMPSON,
Hated, Honolulu, Octolfcr WltftOl
A. F. Jucjd, attonify iir lUiellant.
tr28j-Nov, 4, 11, fS;"$S; Dec. 2,
Ilcpolts from the governors of tho
Moro Province show prosperity In
tho various districts. While Major
J. P. Klnley, 28th U. S. lnflntry.
Covornor ot the Zambonnga district,
duds agricultural development re.
tarded' by want of laborers, Lieut.
O. Ilced, Bth U. S. Cavalry, Oov
oviib'r"or the Biilu district, reports
that no trouble has been experienced
hy tlio Americans planters In obtain
ing necessary laborers. Lleut.-Col.
(1. S. Yoihig, 21st U. 8. Inf., Gov
ernor of the I-anno district, says that
one of tho chief drawbacks to agri
cultural development Is tho Iosb by
tho datus of control over tho sacopes,
the Com I a"' ece..illnii and delivery j J
of Oecd and Alignment of Lease liv ,
Commissioner. Deed nnd Amlgnmoat
of I.easo to bo at cvpense of pur
chaser lir further particulars apply to
Mcssis. Smith., Wnrion & Hmnnnwny,
nttorneys for petitioner, nt their of-'
flq-s, Judd Ilulldlng, Honolulu, or to
tho undersigned, nt his olllce In the
Judlrlnrv Ilulldlng. In Honolulu
' M. T, SIMONTON.
Dated, Honolulu, October 14, A. I.
4749 Oct. 14. 21. 28; Nov. 4, 11.
Brlter than Celery-Soda, and with all the pleasant flavor
and li.Mcficinl results.
I will cure Headaches, Sour Stomach, Indigestion.
Effervescent and Sparkling
ALL SIZES, FROM 25 CENTS TO $1
Benson, Smith & Co.,
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
Sealed Tenders will ho received nt
tho niricc of tho Superintendent ot
Public Works until 12 in. of Satur
day. November 19, 1910, for fn-
who tuko to robbery rather thnn'tu strurtjug the Knplclant Olils" Homo,
worlc. "flood roads and moro con- nt Knllhl, Honolulu,
tact with civilization are ncccseary Plans, specifications nnd proposa
to suppress tho continuous lawless- blanks are on file In tho Department
...... .!.... ..,., ovlolu Miilnn K. It.1 Of PllhllO Works.
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Ilcinerg, P. S. (Captain, 0th U., 8. i" oupernur ..t ... .......
Cavalry), finds that tho Blow prog-jWorkB reserves tho right to reject
ress In tho Cotobato district Is due any or i,u ..
to the unwillingness of cnpital to
ongngo In any undertakings In that
,, , f. jMlSf.t
j' CORPORATION NdTftfEgj jJ
Notlco is hereby given that all
persons who carry away copper wlro
or other telephone company material
aro liable to arrest and will be pros
ecuted whenever discovered.
MUTUAL TBLKPIIONR CO.
.A Uoston press despatch described
tho Jeering which bluejackets and
murines gave to u spoaker on Uoston
Cotillion on Sundny afternoon, Octo-
' her 10, when ho denounced the men
'of tlio navy at n "vicious lot," whose
hardest woik .was putting on and
Jutting off tiielr uniforms, nnd Bald
t'ljo- Mallie', Wreck had not beon rais
ed hecanso "tho Navy Department
know bIio was blown up from tlio
lnblde."Ho Invited the sailors to hear
Superintendent of Public World,
Honolulu. Nnveni' r 4, 1910.
CIQAR NOW 5c, " i r f
U, A. QUNST & CO. Atrent.
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Agent for '
Arthur Sewall fe Co., BatU, Me.
Parrott fc Co., San Franoisoo
Badgers Firo Extinguisher Co,
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
,'aniNIJELI. AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER
Neuiaan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aaohen & Munich Fiie Ins. Co,
F0F.T STREET. NtAR MERCHANT
him repeat his charges In tho even- Manuf,etured from pur dlstlll.ii w
lug. The men passed tho word ntr. Delivered to any prt of elty hv
their mates, and n lurgo delegation courteoUi driver.
of men from the warships greeted. m
his night tirade with derisiveness. Qohn (g fc tlCCtTlC t0.,
1'l.n ...onlrii. nulru.1 tlm ItnllrA tn nr-1 ?
rest the sailors, hut finally thought Kewalo Telephone 1128
better of It and changed the subject
mniiiilk' bookB of all Boris, ledgers, of his talk.
etc., manufactured by the TlulletlU "' -
Publishing Company. " ' eekly II ullr t In 1 per year.'
Inter-lslund and O, It. & L Shipping
books for sain ut Ibv 11 ul let In
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