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An Island Export
AN FRANCISCO, January 21.--A
mongoose raised a merry row here
J a few days ago. In an effort lo get
Into San Francisco. The animal,
which Is so little loved In Hawaii,
arrived here on the transport
na the property of Surgeon J. H.
HallKOod, of the United States Army.
Hallwood got him In the Philippines,
and thought him a charming present
to bestow upon n dear friend In the
Mongeese or mongoosestake your
choice are not allowed to land In the
United States, as the havoc caused by
them In Hawaii Is known here, nnd
the chicken fanciers of tho United
States don't want to lose their pets In
Congress passed a law over a year
ago. which prohibited the Importation
r antmnla Cnrnnnn TTnllunia linr!
the mongoose In a brass cage on the
transport, nnd when he tried to walk
ashore with him, was permitted to do
so by tho customs inspectors, who
were not familiar with the Inhibition
The mongoose was register tl nt the
Occidental Hotel, nlong with Mr. nnd
Mm llnllunn.1 nnrt um plven n rnnm
in the basement. Deputy surveyor
,-.,. a, ti, i ...!
V.I1IIUUX.I: Ot. UIF1J1I ID tl IVhUIIII f,U.t
at the Occidental, nnd was Invited by
a friend to go below and view the
strange animal that had been brought
from the Philippines. When Chnunccy
learned that It was a mongoose he re
called the dictum of Congress and lm
cage1!""5 In Louls'ana and New Or-
mediately ordered the goose nnd
taken to the United States Appraiser h
There, for want of a better place, the
mongooso was put In the room where
opium Is kept. During the night tho
watchman who is locked up in tho
fctore from closing until dawn,
much nt the strange noise. He did
not know that a mongoose was In the
place, and Imagined that thieves were
tunneling Into the opium stock, which
is worth a hnlf million dollari
When the opium storeroom was opened
In the morning, it was found that
the mongoose had gnawed Its way out
of the box In which he was confined,
and had opened a case of opium and
Acquired a "package." Filled with tho
Inspiration of the poppy, the Filipino 1
had chared about the room, scattering
samples of tea all about and making
mess ot everything. It was Impossible
to capture him, nnd finally Surgeon
Hallwood was sent for. The mongoose
recognized his master and nllnwed him-wolf
to be cnged.
The case is pending at Washington,
Doctor Hallwood contending that the
mongoose had every right to land, and
the customs' authorities standing by
KNOWN IN HONOLULU
Rhea Gettlngs, vv..o accompanied
Max Kershow to Honolulu n couple of
years ago, and posed ns his wife there,
his been awarded most of IiIh estate,
valued at from 150,000 to f 100,009.
Kershow was an Easterner, who, after
graduating at a leading university,
became addicted to drunkenness, nnd
for tho last five years led a most dissolute
life, until he died a months
During his wild career, he spent
some weeks In Honolulu, In company
'with Miss Gettlngs, and the pranks of
the pair nt Wniklkl will be Ion-;
When Kershow died lie
left a will giving almost nil his
to Miss Gettlngs, who was then lu the
Kershow s brother dlsputl the will,
claiming that It was not genuine and
that Max was not of sound mind nt t te
late of the document, April, 1901 The
ca.se has been on trial here for many
weeks, but now Judge Coftev has admitted
the will to probate, and Miss
Gettlngs will get the money
Miss Mae Landegon, of New York
City, Is now the guest of M.uliiiny Cle
Johnston-Bishop, at the Anelus
Hotel, in Los Angeles Madame Bishop
is to jIng In Honolulu in rebruarv,
and Mi-is Landegon will accompany
her. They will sail from here on February
6, on the Hteairhlp Sierra Madame
Genevra Johnston Bishop Is a
well-known concert dinger She Is a
native of Marlon, Ohio, nnd
tloubtless give Hnnolulans an enjoyable
Miss Mary Barkor, f San
who Is supposed to be In Honolulu
now. Is not expected home until Mareh
She was in Japan some time, and
her musical educatl m in New York
and abroad. She Is a verv large and
fairly good-looking woman, with nn
excellent voice', and is thoroughly
skilled In her art. She Is not of the
very hlghesl class of soloists, but will
lias written here that the expects to
utay some weeks In the Islands
There are very few Hawaltans at the
hotels now, as those who have spent
most of the winter here have returned
to Hawaii or gone East. At the Occidental
Hotel, which usually has quite
a crowd of Islanders, there are now-only
Mr. Lew era and Ernest Parker,
fcon ot Samuel Parker.
Samuel Parker and his w Ife and
Prince David and his wife are still
In the East, and no tidings of them
have reached here.
Transport Service Unchanged.
PORTLAND, Or., January 20 -Senator
John H. Mitchell telegraphed the Chamber
of Commerce today that the rumors
ot a change in the transport service are
simply talk: that the service will remain
In the hands of the government, A
gram was received In response to a dispatch
forwarded by the chamber last
Saturday, requesting the Senntor to wire
fully the Intentions of tho government
regarding tho transport service, and.
what Is the meaning of tho contract system
of handling business, a matter which
lias been given considerable attention recently.
Senator Mltcholl's answer Is to
the effect tint there Is no Immediate
need for any immediate action, as there
Is no probability of a chango being made
in mo near ruturc. The telegram Is ns
"8. M. Mcars, President Chamber of
Commerce. Portland. Or.: No eh
whatever; simply talk. Not probable
any radical clmncrn will l.n m.irf.i ir
very near future in the trnnsport rcrv .
(Signed) "JOHN I! MITCHELL
Special to the Aelvei tlscr
SAN ritANCISCO, Jan
San Francisco expects to ship Its lepers
,to Hawaii. The Hoard of Health, at a
mcetnc ,)cd on -Wednesday. passed a
resolution which showed this lu lief nnd
intent. Some lime ago tho sum of $15,00)
was appropriated by tho Hoard of Supervisors
of tho city nnd county of S.in
Francisco for the purchase of a site for
a leper hospital In this county. There
are several lepers here, and they nro very
poorly housed; In rnct, ns was proved In
the caso of Pratt or Peepelow, they
could easily gain their freedom If they
Hawaltans will remember that about n
year and a half ago, a man named Pratt
alias Peepelow, arrived In Honolulu on
tho steamship China, and announced
that ho waH a leper and hod come to
cure the diseased at the settlement on
Moloknl Pratt was examined by tho
Hoard of Heilth of Hawaii, and was de
tained at the quarantine station In tho
harbor until ho was secretly shipped
hnck tn Run Prnni'lRrn. Prnl. tnl.l mnnv
and varjing moms, nut m.uio It plain
? '" ""-yd ' ?! of Sir.
Cisco allowed lepers to roam about at
pleasure. Pratt has onco been nn Inmate
of the leper hospital here, but hud
been allowed to go In order to become an
Incubus of Hnwail, and free San Francisco
of his keep.
It was about tho tlmo that Pratt went
to Honolulu from hero that tnlk of mak.
'" nl 'he damping ground for all
I'm" of the United Stntes became net-
J fact, I believe that the articles
printed In tho preset of the country con-
c(.,lng Pratt's mission lo Hawaii caused
the subject to bo given serious consideration
by the health authorities of the
various States Now many of the Stntes,
nnd tb" big cities where there are lepers,
ly to rid themselves of their lepers by
dispatching them to Moloknl.
They btllevo that the Wilcox bill, providing
for tho transfer of tho Moloknl
leper colony and nil lepers In tho country
to the Jurisdiction of the United Slates,
will pas nt this seslon, nnd It is for
this re isnn thnt the Jlonrd of Health of
San Iranclco has now asked the Supervisors
to delay purchasing any site for a
pest house', or leper hospital, until final
action Is taken on the Wilcox bill.
Hawaiian may look for small sympathy
from tho Stntes In the Torrltorj's
opposition to ranking Moloknl n vast
leper colony, and taking Its management
away from tho Island goVernment. Tho
nverago citizen of tho mainland hns n
poor appreciation of the feelings of Ha-
wnllntiH In this matter, nnd thinks that
the pHn of putting a few hundred lepers
more on Molokal should not be combat-
ted by tho people of Hawaii. The peoplo
of the United Stutes do not realize that
Hawaii Is making every effort to stninp
out the frightful disease which has inoro
than an thing e'lsn given the Islands a
Wick ee, and seem to think thnt the
perpetuation of the leper colony of
Is a worthy object.
VAN DER VELDE
GOT FIVE DAYS
(Prom Weelnesilaj'b dall )
The Han Francisco Chronicle says:
I A. Vnn der Velde of
the Dutch navy, was estorday sentenced
by Judge Cnbanlss to five davs'
imprisonment on, the charge of petty
larceny, to which he had pleaded guilty
neatly two weeks ngo. After resigning
from the navy the defendant
had gone to Honolulu, where he
n position us surveyor for one
of the largo sugar plantations, but his
health falling, he rnme to this city,
arriving here with about J200. This
money he epended on his health nnd
looking for work, and when he took a
bleveie from In front of the Public Library
he had eaten nothing for two
days lie has wealthy relatives and
friends In Holland, but proton eel to
suffer In silence lather than that thov
should know his condition.
In the Islands he met nnother Hollander
of good family, William George
ele Boer, and together t'ley came to
this city De- Boer has monov in his
own light In Holland, but he Is a good
liver, and his Inst remlttnnte of 2,500
marks did not cover the period until
the next Is due', so he was unable to nld
his friend. He was ariesteu. nt the
same time with Van der Velde, but
beyond the fact that he knew his
friend was despeiate and intended to
do something he was not n party to
the offense und wus leleased.
But he has staved b his friend dining
his trouble, and has dally called at
the City Pilsoi. and visited with him
during the time allotted In addition
to this he has cabled twleo, through
tho Dutch Consul, Wilfrid B Chap
man, for funds with which to pay any
,10SSUie flne that may be Inllleted. but
no answer hns been received The case
has twice been continued, and v ester-day
being the day fixed for hentonco,
the court had no option but to Impose
It. When his name was called the ex-naval
officer stood at attention, and
heard the Judgment of the court without
apparent emotion other than a
heightened color. Hs attorney, William
Caldwell, made an earnest plea
for clemency, which tho court was willing
to recognize owing to the fool thnt
the defendant had already been confined
A CURB FOR LUMBAGO.
W. C. AVUllamson, of ArnhorM. Vn .
IT. S. A., says: For more than u year
I suffeied from lumbago. 1 flnallj tuled
Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and it gave
me entire relief, which nil other reme
dies hud failed to do." hold liy all
dealers and druggists. Benson, Smith
Sc Co., Ltd., agents for II, I.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, . PRIDAT, JANUARY 31, 1902 SEMI-WEEKLY.
n v " v, tJYJW cr vs k v?.-
Spreckcls to a turn. He Rays: -Mr.
Sprcckels and the sugar trusfs position
i, this: They want all the duty on
Cuoan raw cane migar tnken off. If
thoy cannot get that, they want the
,lut. re,iuccd as much ns possible. They
wnnl cj,cnp raw sugar, but not for a
minute iln thev want the ilutv on
lit axe. c.stniilishlnt? inilH fnr fl ilnnnt .i. c 1 ..i a, ,.... nnnnnrv I I T
centrlfugnls In New T. ork on that date, ani ,llcr lwo neel sugar plants at1
3. 37Ce; San Francisco. Jc. I Watsonvllle nnd Salinas, Col. I
New ork ..'n,e i)eet SUgar men do not propose
London Hects January lth, 6s7V4d.'.n
it Kr,rik nm ns nne of
llllams, Dimond fi. Co., writing to
their local correspondents) by the
Gaelic, under date of January 21st, say:
faugar No changes have Elnce occur-
red In the local market or for export
lo Honolulu, dry granulated for local
consumption mill being quoted at 4.S0c
Bnsls January 17th, no sales; Jan-
uary IStli, to arrive sale, 400 tons, at
Sc, January 20th, spot sale 330 tons
Jnnunry ISth and 20th, 6s 6d. I
London 16th, quotes
7aY 1j ' rotn "
73 3d. Same elate last year, lis 9d and
IPs fl.l. resi.eellvi.lv. liViirunrv honti
C, 7d. agAlnst 0 4J4d corres'pond.ng
period last year,
L'astern nnd Foreign Markets Latest
mall advices from New York under
date of tho 16th instant, reveal a con-
sidernble number of transactions' In
centrlfugnls, test, on basis
3.c. Luropean markets, however, nre
niiiiti, in m ""h""" ,"- i"--.ii-
tlon of nn Increase In Import duty
there has a tendency to advance prices.
In refined the demand Is light.
SPRECKnUS' TWO VOICES
(SpeclnJ to the Advertiser.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 21.-John D.
sprccxcis nns stirre'ii up much talk ,
among sugar men of California, by a
letter he wrote a fortnight ago to the
vvnys nnd means committee of the
House of Representatives. The San
Francisco Call, which Is owned by
Spreckels, who Is the president of the
Oceanic Steamship Company and the
Spreckels' Sugar Refining Company,
has advocated the Importance of the
beet sugar Industry, and the necessity
of protecting and fostering It by not
n moving tho Cuban raw cane sugar
tax, but his letter to Washington,
which Is claimed to be an effort to ob-
tuln legislation ngnlnst the beet sugar
industry, Is said to be directly opposite
to the tone of the Call.
nnoj sugar lowered. I understand the
BUcar lrust owns half an Interest in
tlpm ami n that role try to get free
raw SUBar from Cuba. and Indirectly
knl ofC the Krow'nK competition of beet
,,,. TtnleRo the ,Hl1v on refined sucir.
,T" :V.. ,.,'.. ,,1' ..,,. ":r .. I
'' if m f 1 1 1 from" thef ee imiii v oCubai I
raw cane sucar. The fact should be
''nt mmv mnnihe nm iw nnunrtnut
inprensert th rnnltal Rtnek 115.000.000.
Money obtained from this source, ac-
rordIng to definite remits, was used to
Ully up or gct control of Cuban sugar i
plantations, ah long ngo as last spring
Mr. Havemeyer Is known to have stat- I '
eJ that the next Congress-meaning the
nr ow ln remove the
('uban sugar tariff. So the trUBt has,""", T ' ,' ' ...b..
" the Pacific Coast, and the
fnr n von r nt boon netlvelv nrn. -
John L Howard, who Is president of He the benefit of both free raw and re-two
beet sugar factories In California, lined sugar? Germany nnd China would
and who represented the California beet
sugar men nt the Nntlonal Beet Sugar gar and wipe out ths trust If the duty
Convention In Washington, roasts on the refined nrtlclo was removed."
THE COST OF COLLECTING
HAWAIIAN CUSTOMS REVENUE
(Special to the
ASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 16 A
Treasury on the expense of
paring for tho contemplated removal !
of tnat tariff,
AIDM1 THh UlUSl.
"The sentimental plea of a 'moral
obligation' this country owes Cuba Is
aiding the trust ln Its campaign. The I
trust Is taking advantage of that plea,
too. We nre morally obligated to make1
Cuba Independent. On the other hand
we nre morally obligated to look out
for our own people and affairs first,
To remove the Cuban sugar tariff will
tn the long run hurt a thousand Amen
can farmers where It will benefit one
Cuban. If, as the trust says. It wants
lo help the poor Cuban and nlso the;
American consumer of sugar by
ing tho duty on raw cane sugar from
Cuba, why not give the American pub
Hood the United States with refined
statement from the Secretary of the
collecting revenue from custome for the
ns to Hnwnll:
No Per Day. Per annum. Aggregate.
1 J6.000.00 $6,000.00
1 2,700.00 2,700.00
1 2,400.00 2,400.00
1 2,100.00 2,100.00
1 2.000.00 2,000.00
t 1.S00.00 5,400.00
1 1,800.00 1,800.00
1 1.S00.00 1,800.00
I 1.S00.00 1,800.00
1 1,600.00 1,600.00
I 1,600.00 1,600.00
2 1.G00.00 3,000.00
1 1,500.00 1,500.00
! ;4.00 1,460.00
1 U.00.00 1,500.00
I 1,400.00 1,400.00
1 4.00 1,460.00
4 3.50 5,110.00
1 1,200.00 1,200.00
1 1,200.00 1,200 00
11 1.200.00 13,200.00
11 3.50 14,032.50
6 3.50 7,663.00
2 1,000.00 2.030.00
14 2.73 11,032. GO
1 900.00 900.00
1 900.00 900.00
I 900.00 900.00
I 720.00 720.00
11 4S0.00 5.2S0.C0
last flscnl jour, has the following
Port of Honolulu, District of Hawaii-
Collector . ...
Examiner nnd gnuger
Deputy collector and dork
Deputy collector and cashier
Deputy collector nnd clerk
Inspect..! in chaige
Depiilv collector ami Inspector
Night Inspector ,.
Deputy collector '....
Deputy collector nnd Inspector
Simpler and verifier
Foreman of laborers
THE KAISEH'3 YACUT. I
It Will 13 o Launched nt Now York on
NEW YORK, January 21 Wallace'
.,,.., . .
Dovvney. the shipbuilder, has returned
from Washington, where he has been
ni ranging tho details for the launching
of Emperor William's new yacht. "I
calle'd on President Roosovelt," said
Mr. Downey, "and found him
nstleally inteioste.l In the preparations
to leeelve the Kal.sot's representative
rho p.iilnni u.im .it nist in favor of
February 17th for the launching but
when I explained to hm that the tide
conditions on the 23th would be more
favoinblo to the pu.pose. he decided
Hi it lie wouiu arr.umc nis eiiMigi
moms to sun mat eiate at nu sub-
gestion i went over lu ine state
partment, where 1 consulted with As-
ERNEST O WALKER.
; -. ") mn u..s m j. Kaae nnd wife to W. C. Parke
.",.,;;.",:,",,,:",;,. Vv.ii .Portion it. ivs t,3.s, &, wso and 6UJI
1' d"' ". ' .V S'lJ? SSSL "'?? Consideration, 110.000.
-.. ....-.... ,..i ..,.. v ..u.u..uu j. Kaae nnu wire to W. C. Parke
w.iM en route for this eltv nn.l thnt im n-,o i t t. rnoe T.-..i n ii..i..
Iocai colonies of "reds" Intended miking Kauai Consideration. J200. I
demonstrations nca nst the Men nf rnv. t oa ir. . t a r
NEW YORK. Jan. 21. If the Princess
lleniy does not accompany her husband,
tho Adin'rnl, to tho United States, it will
not bo because) alio wishes to remain at
home, savs the Berlin correspondent of
Jho Journal and American. The Princess
'3 making every effort, sochl and
cal , ho nIlo'WCl, t0 f0rm one of the
launching pnrty that has now become ot
International interest. Should the
cess succeed In obtaining tho Kaiser's
roval permission to mnko the trip, she
will be accompanied by nn entourage of
CHICAGO, Jan 21 Assurances have
lloun given by Major Harrison to Dr. W.
,Wr,vc'; 'll0 consul of the German Em-
alty at the time of the prince's visit
Consul Wover to apply to the
cltj's chief executive for special
RL.markabll cimr OF CROUI .
A Little Boj'b Life Saved.
I have n few words to sajr regarding
chnmberlaln's Cough Remedy. It
saved my little boy's life, and I feel
that I cannot praise It enough. I
"""kiii uoiue ui ii iroin a. r.. oieere.
oi iiooawin, . u u. s. A., and wnsn
I got home with It the noor babv could
nnr(1,y brcathe. I gave the medicine us.
directed everv ten minute, until he'
"threw im." nn.i thon t nir.
... . . ..
- - .-..i i.. .w ..-
mr ti Kuii.K .u uueme iu eieuiu. v e
had to pull the phlegm out of his
mouth ln great long strings. I am
the that If I had not got thnt bottle
"f cousn njfdlclne. my boy would not
,, druggists. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Ltd.. agents for II, I.
slstant Secretin)' Hill, who has the
program lu charge While we were pro-talking
Rear Admirals Evans and
Crowtilnshlold came in. I explained to
them my reasons for to launch
the ncht on February 23th. and, after.
consulting with the German
dor. that date was fixed upon. The,
Stale Department Is now considering
Invited guests. We will ask the city a.oj,
. ..i. .. .i,- ...,.-.. ..u. ..-.,.. uonsiuerat on. 15. and mortcaire of 1250. zr1 """" """ryurueurs are:
r ,' . "' "''"-" ""-- Januarv ,,.S et nl tn "W, W. E. Rowell. I. II
ion to insure against any M. K. Pilkol. apana 1 R. P. 2S40. Kul ??n'lr,ani1 ,Is0n ? " t
bio characters Interfering with the of- ikir. t t Sain w.'i t,i wiiJW saP h"es of stock have already
llclnl visitors and we will so arrange it.,i,,i,, rvv, ' r .i.i .tc subscribed. The concern will start
tne program, uur company win issue
about 2,000 invitations for the launch
ing, nnd will probably run a boat from
the Battery to the Island to entry Its
. ...ti,!r,, . ... j ......r, thnt .... .... nil rt.i.. " t,.i0.,, ixie.. ,.in
have an unobstructed view of the
monies. We are overwhelmed with of-
fors from bands and singing societies
to furnish music for the occasion, but
I think mlHtarjands and those of ,.
warships will be all that can be ac-
. . ' . .' . .. . .' ness with the schooner AllPM
R. P. N. LILIENTHAL, manager
CJfiVi Prnnntonn til noxlien tn tia
steamer Alameda on Friday, for the
purpose of makng a short stay here
and becoming acquainted with the
dustrles and general business of tho
Islands. While the length of his stay
has not been determined as yet, It is
i .u. . .. mi . ... . c
""" "'" "-" " "" m on
f.nc1 ".nt !! .. "I!1!"!.0! 'h'..S? .
n.oma eDruary mn' ,n tn.e. event
0I nusiness engagements even this may
Mrs. LUIenthal, who was Miss
man, .daughter of the founder of the
banking house of Sellgman & Co., of
New York, London, Paris and Vienna. '
accompaned her husband. In the par-
ty Mr w Sellcman the
d,st,' ' "l?" shed cornoration lavvver of
fd , a ?,
legal representative of tho Anglo-Call-1
lorman uanK oi ionuon ana can ran-
cl3co. nocomn.inled bv his wife. There
nre nIs0 several fremla who have had
.. . .
lme' ",'l eontpmnlalinn 0PPrtunlty for some
J""1"1" ,takcn lV
maKe " now ln a partj. ine
uers ot tne Party have many friends
here and there will be entertainment
plenty during the time of their stay.
The men In the party all have great
Interests here, Mr. LUIenthal having
linon nun nf Vin Orat ilnnlrhililari nt .ho
i,'irUt A,ri rtv ,i - n ,
ortranlyer nf the Thirst TMn -
"onai vvnne , , , ,, , ,
uanK, Demg heavily inter-
ested In securities of the various
poratlons of the Islands. Tho others
also have been liberal buyers of sugar .as follows, to wit:
shares in the past and now retain hold- Lot A Commenclnl'at the north
which will lead them without ner of this lot adjoining a lot belonging
doubt to an investigation of the plan- to lessor and running S. 52 E. 84 feet
latlons nnd the outlook for sugar here. a " ,8a,ldrod:rlS;," '"k ,fcot
There will also be a reflex action, as ' V feet, ?
.x. i , , ... , , heach; N. 37 Is. 132 feet along lot be-
Uie Impression made upon the m lnels longlng to Ieasor to startlnff pfint, con-of
these men will have great weight
talnlng an area of 11,076 square feet
In the fixing of the status of certain Said Indenture of lease from said Bd-
to San Francisco. The banking house
of Sellgman & Co. is the fiscal agent
of the United States Government In
Europe and the name of Sellgman In
Eastern financial circles Is as that of
Rothschild ln Europe.
In the matters of the First National
Bank It was discovered yesterday that
there have been several sales of tho
stock during the week past, and that
these have been going Into the hands
of the present board of officers of the
bank. It was reported In the street
yesterday that the sales were made
about the basis of 197, and that
Cecil Brown and Director Drier
were doing tho purchasing. There was
a rumor that tho transfers ot the stock!
had been made, despite the fact that Palls, Screen, 3 Silk Pillows, 119 Pillow
there Is In the view taken by the Cases, 290 Towels, 36 Rugs, 43 Curtains,
of the non-resident ,23 Palrs Curtains, 20 Mosquito Nets, 26
ers nn annual meeting still pending. ' "lan,ke's,?i Pictures, Cot, Piano ana
In the letter ot Col. G. W. Macfarlano f'0"1' 2TLhat"otS'1,6.1 T'0 CoWC,n 3
by his attorney, to the olucers of the TZVo3 &
the bank, the meeting of January 14th,
Bathing Suits. 19 Tables, Dining, X
Is referred to as a "pretended" meet- Sideboards, 2 Ice Boxes. 7 Tables, Table
Ing. As the boird In acting upon his Extension, Billiard Table, Music Box.
request for another meeting, declared Box Lounge Mattress, Rattan Lounge,
tluit the decision was that the meeting Glass Mirror, 2 Clocks, Washing Ta-alluded
to was not a legal one, tho u,e. Office Snfe, Cash Register, Cooking
conclusion of the outsiders was that Knge, 35 Tea Cups, 63 Coffee Cups,
nothing could bo done to disturb the " lJtiK Cups, 6 Oyster uisnes, 9 Glass
status of the prior and that'
whatever vote was cas must bo that
represented by the proxies presented
at that meeting. i Shells, 102 Glass Goblets. 23 Vino aid
It was intimated at the time of the Champagnes, 11 Glass Nut Dishes, 2t
action leading to tho call, for another' Glass Sugar Bowls, 24 Glass Vinegar
meeting that the attornejs for the 'Bottles, 13 Nut Crackers, 8 salts and
Mainland stockholders would nsk for p"PPers, 60 Peppers, 6 150 Plated
a court order to prevent any transfers, I V0,9' 16A onIVe3,25? sPonB;r 75 G,"
but this has not been done, nnd it Is Dishes, 59 ? Butter "?. "2 Vegetable
believed that there will be nothing
until close to the time for the meeting,
now called for March 8th.
January 21 J. N. Kukliahu to W. W.
Alull, apanns 1 nnd 2, It. I. HI, Kill.
5S7S, Knonohl, Ewa, Oahu. Consideration,
January 22 J. K. Kaae and husband
lo W. C. I'nrke. Interest In npanas 1
and , It. P. 7474. Kul. 3346, Walalua,
Oahu"' Consideration, t'lOO,
per month from the date on which such
guiie, apana 39, Kul. 11216; It. P. 3996.
Kul. 9SS7. Keopu 1. North Kona, Ha- assessments are due.
wall. Consideration, J2.S0O. The above assessments will be pay-
G. A. Rowell and v.ife to Kate L. able at the office of the B. F. Dillingham
Rogers et al., one-seventh Interest in Company, Limited, Stangenwald Build-estate
of George jl. B, Rowell, Knual. inP. ELMER E. PAXTON.
Gear, Lansing & Co. to J. S. Rogers,
lot 4, block 14, Kalmuki tract, Honolulu,
Oahu. Consideration, J600.
Januarj' 23 Kekahuna and wife et
nls. to Maulloia (k.), portion apana 2,
R. P. 3925, Kul. 1803, Kapalama, Ho
nolulu, uanu. consideration, 500,
li, Hao to D. Hao, Interest in grant
Kealakehe, North Kona, Hawaii.
nil n at nia ki u l n !- n't rt in.
.... V. ... i. iv. it .v.
na, Maul. Consideration, I125.
Arrangements are being made whereby
the Pacific Mall, Occidental and Oriental
and Toyo KIsen Kataha steamship com-
panics will handle the freight business
of tho Santa T railroad.
of intention to
AND OF SAIili.
In accordance with a power of sale
contained In that certain mortgage
made by Walklkl Beach Co., Ltd , a corporation
duly existing under the laws
of the Territory of Hawaii, to F.
trustee, dated October 15, 1991,
recorded In the Register Office, Oahm,
In liber 227, pages 447 to 451, notice Is
ncreuy given that said Mortgagee Intends
to foreclose said mortgage for
condition broken, to wit, the non-pay-
ment of Four Hundred Dollars on the
10th day of November, A- D. 1901, and
.upon said closure will sell at public
uuciion, ni me auction rooms or JAS.
F. MORGAN, Queen street, Honolulu,
MONDAY, FEB. 3, A. D. 1902.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
For further particulars, apply to
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
Attorney at Law, Magoon Block,
corner Merchant and Alakea Bti.
Dated Honolulu, January 10, 1902.
The premises covered by said
w wiiuii p
The property covered by said
caKe i. the entire nronertv and hn.i.
ness known as the Walkikf inn. nltuata
and carried on at Walklkl. Island of
Oahu, and Is particularly described aa
First That certain Indenture of laae
,,' , ', . 'ST wrigm to u. jr.
Bulen' dated Feb"ary 27. 1S99, of a
pal'Cf1 of, and. Bltuate at WalkW, Ho-
"lulu' Island of ahu' Territory of
xiuwau, ana oounaea ana described as
follows, to wit:
Lot B Commencing at the north
"-' ". iuia mi, ueing nortneast corner
of lot A, and running S. 6! E. 84 feet
along road; S. 37 W. 133.5 feet al.ne
,ot C; N- C1 50 8 feet along beach;
thence N. 37 E. 132.8 feet alone lot A U
startlng point, containing an area of
11411.5 square feet. Said Indenture of
lease from said Thomas Wright to the
said G. F. Bulen is duly recorded in
Hber 197, pages 376-380, and was duly
assigned to the said mortgagor by bill
f saje of the said G. F. Bulen, dated
October 4, 1899. Bhd TCCOrded in llbfir
193 Page 432.
' feeconel That certain Indenture of
le;lse made by Edward C. Rowe to An-
na Klemme, dated February 28, 1899, ot
a parcel of land situate at Walklkl
Honolulu, nnd bounded and described
duly recorded in liber 185, page 432, and
was conveyed to said Q. F. Bulen by
assignment of lease, dated April 4. 1889,
and recorded In liber 185, page 425, and
by said G. F. Bulen assigned to tho
said mortjWHor by bill of sale dated October
4, 1899, recorded in liber 103, page
Also the Furniture, Goods, Chattels
and Effects of the said Inn, chiefly do-scribed
Twenty Bedsteads, 20 Spring Mattresses,
23 Mattresses, 126 Sheets, 41
Pillows, 33 Spreads, 22 Bureaus, 24
Wushstands, 21 Toilet Sets, 21 Tables.
Ill Wardrobes, 117 Chairs, 31 Rooktnjr
Chairs, 22 Arm Chairs, Center Table,
Cnne, Flower Pot, Cane Lounge, Sec
retary, Bamboo Rug, Wash Bowl,
Pitcher. Soap Dish. Brush Dish. 2 Blon
Sate Tu,nblers' 93 Dlnner Plate3' 19
'"-St, Plates, 81 Bread Plates, 125 Sam-cast
cprSi :l Vegetable Dishes, 22 Glass
rinerer Ttnwls. 7 FVi.u nii,oa ji n..i
Terms Cash, United States gold
coin. Deed at expense of purchaser.
Honolulu, January 10, 1902.
4tw Jan. 10, 17, 24, JL
THE 17TH AND ISTH -ASSESS-
ments, of 50c each, are now bearing
.. . . .... . ... .
"":'Kal " "1B "e ot i per cent per
, I THE 19TH ASSESSMENT of 2 of
cue per snare, has been called, to be
due and payable November 20th.
1 1 Interest will be charged on assess
ments unpaid ten (10) days after the
same are due at the rate of 1 per cent
Treasurer Olaa Sugar Company, Ltd.
Honolulu, T. H., July 20, 1901. 2S31
A New Company.
The American ShltiDlnir Comnanv. T.lm.
,lted, of Honolulu, filed artlelea of Inenr.
roratlon yesterday. The capital of the
."'" -" "viaca into izw snares
. - . Klmimll
wn,cn nas already been purchased. The
.corporation will engage ln the business
of shipping and bujlng and selling, vessels,
and the Mm-hip nt find
passengers between the Islands and the
mainland, and foreign countries. Tho
company has the right to Increase Its
capital to 1100,000. Its officers are tn