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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, JANUARY 11, 1915.
Are You Insured If Not, See Castle & Cooke, Ltd. Fire, Life, Marine, Automobile and Accident Insurance Agents MORE MONEY IN THE BANK, LESS CHANCE OF SAY. ING "HOW OE-DO" TO POVERTY. BANK OF HAWAII LTD, C. Brewer & Co. (Limited) " ; 8OAR FACTORS, ' COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 8HIPPINQ and INSUR- x ANCE AGENTS. . FORT STv HONOLULU, T. H. List of Officers and Director: E. F. BISHOP. President, O. H. ROBERTSON:. . v. ..Vice-President and Manager R, IVERS.. ; ii , . Secretary E. X. R. ROSS. . . j ; , .Treasurer 0. R. i CARTER... . .. .Director a IL COOKE . . . ... . . ..Director . 1. XL;' OALT. . . .'. . .Director R. A COOKE. . . . .Director A. GARTLE.Y. ....... .Director D. C. MAY; .V.-'. .'; 'i . . ... Auditor BANK OF HONOLULU LIMITCjO ' Issues 1C N. Letters of " Credit and Travelers. Checks uvsilable throughout the "world. CcUz transfers ct Fire Insurance 6. F. OillinillijiniCo. ; - LIMITED ' - ; . General Agent for Hawaii: :. j Xtla v Assurance Company o ' London, New .York. , Under vriter Age.ney; ' Providence . , Washington Insurance CoV ; ,.'.. 4th floor Stangenwald Building I THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE;,, 1 BANK, LIMITED. , x . ,. . i i: Yen; Capital subscribed, . . .48.CC0.00o ' Capital paid tip....... 50,000,000 , Reserve funu . . . . .Y. . .?50,000 8. AWOKI, Locd Mii.ianer Gifferdl'Roth Itangenwald Bldj 102 Merchant SL 'STOCK' AND BOND BROKERS Members Honolulu Stock and Bond ' EyAhang. '. . Alexander j & Baldwin Limited. Sugar Factors Commission Merchants and Insurance Agents Aegnts for Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co. Haiku Sugar Company. Pab Plantation.- - Maul Agricultural Company. Hawaiian Sugar Company. Kahuku Plantation Company. McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd. Kabulut Railroad Company. ' . Kauai Railway; Company. Kauai Fruit & Land Co., Ltd Honolua Ranchj & Co. BANKERS. : Pay 4 yearly on Savings De 5 posits, compounded twice ' .' Annually. , MEAT MARKET & GROCERY I. Phone 3451 ; C Q. YEE HOP & CO. FOR. SALE $300 Corner 4th and Palolo are., 60 X100. . - 1250 Lot 50x100. 4th -Ave. $375 Lot 50x150. Palolo Aye. : All these lots, are only one block from Waialae carline. Terms are $25 down and $10 per mo. Here Is your chance. ( ... J 1 P. E. R. STR AUCH Walty Bid. 74 8. Ktlf 8t AGENTS t HOME INSURANCE CO. OF HAWAII Ltd., O'Neil Bldg, 96 King St, corner Fort L Telephone 3529 ' FOB RENT ! Fine 2-bedroom cottage in town;, gas; screened;, electricity; $22. Renovated 5-bedrooru house; 30.1 FOR SALEr-Large house and lot with bearing trees and grapevines; $2500. J; fl. Schnnct, r Real Estate 842 Kaahumanu SL Telephone 3833 Bishop J jfl': v.: DON-'f POSTPONBl thh making of; your Will. Put off other matters, if you nmst, but make your Will NOW before anything lnippens to inter fere. Our Officers will be pleased to help you in drawing up the document and if this Company is named as Executor no charge will be made for assisting you with your Will or for keeping it in our fire and, burglar-proof vault. . .. - ,:' 1 Honolulu Stock Exchange Mouday, Jan. 11. MERCANTILE. Bid. Asked. Alexander & Daldwin.Ltd 2- 22i C. Brewer & Co. SUGAR. Ea Plantation Co 214 22 Haiku Sugar Co. 12 Haw. Agrt. Co Haw. C. & Sug. Co 324 Haw. Sugar Co 334 Honokaa Sugar Co 4 Honotnu Sugar Co. Hutchinson" S. Plan., Co Kahnku Plan. Ca 344 44 140 15 10 Kekaha Sugar Co 120 Koloa Sugar Co "... 13u McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd. 5 Oahu Sugar Co 19& 54 194 29 S2W Olaa Sugar Co.. Ltd Onomta Sugar Co Paauhau Sugar Plan. Co. Pacific Sugar Mill . .. Paia Plan. Co Pepeekeo Sugar Co. . . . Pioneer Mill Co Waialua Agri. Co Wailuku Sugar Co Waimanalo Sugar Co. ... 2S 125 23 24 ft2V 22.1 Waimea Sugar Mill Co... MISCELLANEOUS. Haiku F. & P. Co., Pf1.. Haiku F. & P. Co.. Com. Haw. Electric Co Haw. Irr. Co., Ltd Haw. Pineapple Co Hilo R. R. Co, Pfd Hilo R.R. Co.. Com Hono. B. & M. Co., Ltd... Hon. Gas Co., Pfd. Hon. Gas Co., Com .... Hon. R. T. & L. Co Inter-Island S. Nav. Co. . Mutual Tel. Co Oahu Ry. & Land Co... 16: 354 36 14 100 100 140 140 18 184 131 Pahang Rubpber Co. . Tanjong Olok Rubber Co BONDS. Haraakua Ditch Co. 6s... .... ... Haw. C. & Sug. Co. 5s Haw. Irr. Co. 6s 90 Haw. Ter. 4s, Ref. 1905 ... Haw. Ter. Us, Pub. Imp Haw. Ter. Pub. Imp. 4s Haw. Ter. 44s .... ... 'Haw. Ter. 34s.....' ... Hilo R.R.Co. 6s Is. '01.. 55 1 Hilo R.R.C0. R.&E.Con. 6s 52 Honokaa Sug. Co. 6s Hon. Gas Co.. Ltd.. 5s. - 994 Hon. R. T.. & L. Co. s.. lt)3 Kauai Ry. Co. Gs 100 Kobala Ditch Co. Gs..... McBryde Sugar Co. 5s.. .... 96 Mutual Tel. 6s . ..101 OaMi Ry. & Land Co! 5d 103 Oahu Sugar Co. 6s 102 ... Olaa Sugar Co. 6s...... 75 80 Pacific G. & F. Co. 6s... 101 4 ... ac. sugar Aim Co. 6s.... Pioneer Mill Co. 6b San Carlos Mill. Co. 6s.. : . 100 100 10c Waialua Agri. Co. 5s. . Sales: Between Boards 5 Oahu Sug. Co. 194: 45, 30 H. B? & M. Co. 14; 15 Ewa 22. : Session Sales 5 Oahu Sug., Co. 194: 30, 7& McBryo 5; & l.-I. S. N. Co. 441; 100 Olaa 5; 25 H. C. & S. Co. 32; 100 Olaa 5. DIVIDENDS. '"V Jan. 10. Hutchinson 15; .15; Wailuku J50. . Paauhau ' Lartett twgar qootatfonr 95 degree test. 4.05 cents, or $81 per ton. 405cts Henry . Waterhouse Trust Co4 ;, Ltd. Member Honolulu'' Stock and Bond Exchange. Fort and Merchant Streets Telephone 1208 J. F. MORGAN CO-LTD. STOCK BROKERS Information Furnished and Loans Made. Merchant Street Star Building Phone 1572 : Two persons -were shot one fatally, during a riot in Buffalo, .when a mob tried to free two women arrested for stealing coal from the New Torta Cen tral railroad yards 1 . To alleviate the anxiety of husbands at the front, the Bundesrath of Ger many has decided to furnish financial and medical assistance . to women at the time of childbirth. Because neighbors didn't like the noise they made during nights, the 30 dogs kept by Miss Ludwich of Chi cago . during the last two years, were taken by the health department to the town pound. ' mmm MlMl fcU If i o Strgir Beets SHIPPING AND WATERFRONT J. H. DAWSON IS murni rnriMAnm UIVLlbUti irtlU OF VENTURA t ? John H. Dawson, senior jchief offi cer in the Oceanic liner Sierra, was missing when that vessel steamed to a berth at Pier 10 from San Francisco this morning. It's Captain Dawson now. the well-liked officer having been promoted to the command of the Ventura, following the death of Cap-j tain J, L Coweli. For years Captain Dawson has been identified with the Oceanic line, first as an officer in Australian packets and afterward going into its earliest steamers. He also served in the Marl posa while that Tessel was employed on a run between Tahiti and San Francisco. Officers in the Sierra this morning expressed much regret over the de parture of Dawson from their ranks As a tribute to their loyalty and friendship a fine pair of binoculars wa presented the returning officer before the Sierra departed from San Francisco for Honolulu. P. F. Johnson, former second offi cer, has received merited promotion to chief. Johnson is no stranger to the islands, having-been with the Sf crra for a number of years. He is popular with passengers and shippers alike. K. J. Preston, now second officer, was moved up a notch in the general promotion that followed the transfer of Dawson. The Sierra was favored with fine weather on the- Journey to the islands. Among 40. cabin .passengers about a score are tourists, who may elect to remain some weeks in visiting points of interest in the islands. Eleven steerage travelers arrived in the ves sel. During the stay of Hie vessel 10X8 tons of cargo will be discharged. A mail of 385 sacks wa3 recelred. The Sierra spent about 36 hours in drydock at San Francisco when a new blade was fitted to its propeller. Officers state that it might have been knocked off In striking a sleeping whale. The accident diri not delay the vessel to great extent, the liner arriv ing at ths coast port on Christmas day. A shipment of sugar and other pro ducts will be given the vessel before Its' departure for San Francisco at noon next Saturday. Tbe steamer Mikahala brought the first of new crop sugar from the is land of Maui. . .. .... i . A shtpntent c fuel oil for th agen cy of the Union Oil Company is due daily in the steamer Santa Maria. Scheduled to steam for San Fran cisco at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning, the Pacific Mall liner Korea will car ry mail to the mainland. With the principal shipment from Maul ports consisting of. 56 sacks of corn, the steamer Claudine was an ar rival at the port, yesterday morning. The Mat son steamer Matsonla re turned from Hawaii yesterday bring ing two-score passengers, many hav ing journeyed to the crater of Kilauea. The cargo brought by tbe steamer Kinau from Kauai ports yesterday In cluded 2650 sacks of sugar. Fine wea ther was reported on the outward and homeward trip. Following the Matson steamer Lur line the Pacific Mail liner Mongolia from San Francisco, due at the port on Friday5 morning, is bringing the next mainland mail. Repairs and repainting at a local drydock will be completed before, the schooner Repeat proceeds to sea. The Vessel is destined for the Sound to load a shipment of lumber. Kauai Sugar Report Officers In the steamer Kinau, an arrival from Kaai, report the follow ing sugar awaiting shipment to Hono lulu and to the mainland: Kekaha Sugar Co.. 200; Hawaiian Sugar Co., 7792; McBryde Plantation Co.. 1683: Koloa Plantation Co.. 13,300; Llhue Plantation Co. 2000; Kealia Sugar Co, 4400; Kilauea Plantation Co.. 1100 sacks. PASSENGERS- BOOKED . Per stmr. Claudine, for Maui ports Jan 11 L W. Wolcott E. W. Nulse, M. A. Nicoll, Re. T. Okamura. Paul Schmidt, A. B. Angus, wife and child, A. F. Lufklo, C. D. Lufkin. Per stmr. Kinau, for ' Kauai ports Jan. 12 A. M. McBryde, Geo. C. Car ter, Miss Kopke, liss Weber, C. B. Blum, C. C. James. Per 8trflT. Mikahala, for MauU Molo kai and Lanal ports Jan. 12 Mrs. Chas. Lindh. Per stmr. Mauna Kea, for Hilo and way ports Jan. 13 Mrs. R. C. Byers, Master Byers, W. R. Fieat Sid Spit zer;. Mrs. R. L. Prauty. Miss Lewin, Mrs. M. S. Poiseel. L W. Wolcott, E. Waddin and wife, T. Osaki. Mrs. David Shaw, 75 years old, of Circleville, N. Y., was struck and killed by an Ontario & Western train at Crawford Junction. Her body Was thrown- forty feet 8TAR.BULLET1J GTTES YOU TODAY'S NEWS TODAY HARBOR NOTES 0E11S FLEEING FROM JSIIM ARE 0N1REA i . i 5 I Refugees from the German fortified naval and military bas at Taintrtau ' counter with- a hotil war eswl. but and the Kaiochau peninsula, more!pn actual meeting with strong head than one-ha;f of whom are children winds and heavy seas that delayed the under 10 years of age. are through I British steamer Strathgarry. coal lad- passenger to tne united states and me raineriana la me Pacific Mat. liner Korea, an arrival at Pier T short- ly before noon today. With fathers, husband and broth ers now prisoners at several iuilitarv ( reservations in Japan, the dependent families are at the expense of the Ger man government siven first-class trns portation across the Pacific and over the trans-contineatal railway lines to New York. Never in the history of the Korea as a Pacific liner has tha: vessel cir ried as large a complement of children Works of art valued, at many thou sand dollars, from the collection be longing to Lum Sing Fu. a wealth Chinese froni Tingtni district in the northern part of the republic, are en route to San Francisco and the- Pana ma-Pacific exposition in the steamer. The paintlngrs, embroideries, inter woven, silk and other objects, number ing more than 650. are taken to tht United States at the exiense of the Chinese capitalist Numbered in the collection arc works which have served as family heirlooms for more than 600 years. A number of magnificent specimens of colored feither work are to be shown Also many paintings representing t style and school now practicaJly for gotten. Two deaths occurred in the Korea during its long voyage from the Philip pines by the way of Hongkong, Shang hai and the Japanese ports. Waltei A. Bassity, a cabin passenger from Hongkong to the United Status, died on January 2, as a result of a hemor rhage. He was buried at sea. A sec ond death occurred on the following day when Tong Sing, a wealthy Chi nese returning to the United States, passed away. The remains were em balmed and will be taken back tc Hongkong. The vessel is . reported to carry p record-breaking cargo of Oriental Drod KPre1a has eWon visited the port displaying a deeper draught man on tne, present trip. Leaving the Korea at Honolulu are 4Vii aiK(h t si a?l A -l.it' - a. a Aiauc steerage pas-, sengers. Proceeding through to San' D n ' a ot , 0 Francisco are 142 cabin, 46 seconr Per - S' s- srra from an Fran class and -208 Asiatic steerage uassen- clsco- For Hooa1". Jan. 11. Mrs. gers. I J- Armstrong. T. M. Ball, C. L. Bart- The vessel will steam for San Fran jlett' R w- CamP. R- R. Carlisle, Miss clsco at 10 o'clock, tomorrow morn- mg taking a score of additional trav- elers. Five hundred tons of cargo will be left behind. The vessel, will ht coaled at this'port.. ' . PASSENGERS ABBIYED Per P. M. S. S. Korea, from Manila via Hongkong, Shanghai and" Japan M. Parsons, W. J. Robinson; L. S. Sid- American Board of Commissioners of ports, Jan. 11 For Honolulu Y. Mo-'dall, E. B. Smith. A. Swrtzer, A. P. f Foreign v' Missions; GEORGE II risugi, Wong Vun, S. A. Perris. Mm. TayIor,Mrs. Taylor, 'W; G. Vodden BROWN; FRANCIS HYDE U & A. Perris. -Through to San Fran- Mrs. Vodden. Miss Elizabeth Whit- BROWN, by A, Ai, WIMer, his guard Cisco Mrs. Altenbach. Heinz Allen-. comb, S. G. West tlan- a Htem; FRANCIS HYDE II ' baqhr Hans Altenbach, Mrs. H. Bas-I Per str. Kinau from Kauai. Jan. 10: BROWN; JOHN n ESTATE, LTD, tain, Walter Bastain, Mlsa Kiaa Bas-; Urn, Misa Klara Bastain. Mrs. F.-Bock, Waiter Bock, Rudolf Bock, Mrs. A. Bollrnann, Helns Bollman, Mrs. A. j Braun, Mrs. a Braun, Mrs. A. A. : Bruch, Kurt A. Bruch, Miss Hildegard Bruch, A. Cambridge, Jr., Ignatz Cazin, Mrs. C. Cazin, George Cazln, Anton Cazin. Heinrich Cazin, Hans Cazin, Prof A. P. Coleman. William Crooks, ; Miss Helene Doerfel, Rev. Isaac, Door man, Dr. Ernest Dub, Dr. E. J. Duffy, Mrs. E. Dumpace, A. Dupre, Master A. Dupre, Mrs. L. Eldmann, Heinz Eid- mann, H. Ettinger, Carl Ettinger, Mrs. Marta Ettinger Master cng Leong, Mrs. L. Fleith. Gustav Fleith, Miss Klara FUeth, Miss Anna FTieth, Fong Fat, Andrew Fong Zone, Fong Hong. Sister Vera von Geldero, Charlie Gres- ser, Kurt Uresser, Mrs. ii. uresse Mrs. R. Gregor, Dc Karl Hoctt, Mrs. K. Hoch. Theodor JokleL Mrs. O. Jo- kiel, Master EnrhardtlClein, -Mrs. Se- ma Klein. Miss Elfriede Klein, Miss Ella Knothe, Sister Helene Koltz, Miss Anna Lemk, Hermann Lemke, Joseph Lemke, Mrs. B. Lemke, Lin Tsing Tsao, Lin Kau Kuan, Miss Man Kim Heong. Mrs. Man Shee. Miss M. Marr, Mies Charlotte Meyer Mrs. Dora Mey er, Miss Erika Meyer, Dr. Paul Meyer, The of .the Pabific fta and Ileetrtc Cdnipany is an iB vestuient of unusual merit, as the earnings gain with the increase in population, and are nbt inattrialh' affected by changeil business conditions. Kvery share of this stock has back of it more than 100 property value. The earnings have steadily in creased since the Company was formed, and are now several times the dividend requirements of this stock. It is Xon -Assessable and Tax Free in California, and is issued under the authority of the Railroad Commission. Price $82.50 per share, netting 7.27l on investment. For Further Particulars . Apply to G. G. BOCKUS ; , Authorized Agent for Hawaii 503 Stangenwald Bldg. Phone 2784 NEWS WEATHER AND NOT DELAYED It was not the preapct of -as en- 'en, from Newcastle, .v. S. W., in its arrival at Honolulu. With 5700 tons of Australian fuel the Strathgarry. in command of Capt A. V. Niels, was given a berth at the Inter-Island bunkers yesterday. :! The vessel was listed as about four, days overdue, although no anxiety? was manifested by representatives of the owners or the charter party over the delay. The Strathgarrv is not pro vided with wireless equipment and consquently followed a track ,less fre Mtiented by. the regular liners in steam- iug from Australia to the Ilawa'ian islands. The Strathgarry has made frequent visits to this port while em ployed in the coal trade. The vessel will remain here about 10 days before proceeding to- the North Pacific coast, where it is stated that a lumber char ter for Australia awaits the vessel. IVnjamin Moore, Mrs. B. Moore. V. Moroni. Miss Martha Lemke, E. Hirsl. Harry Boshi. Mrs. C. A. Bruns, J. B. J. Grbbs, Mrs. John C. Goolrf. J. Heuser. Miss Elizabeth Nielebock. Miss Hiide- gard Nielebock, P. v. Parker. Mrs. S. B. Payne and Infant, Miss Martha Pe- tersmann. Miss Edna Petersmann, Mrs. Dina Petershiann. Miss Anna Pforte. W. A. Rannie, Sister G.'Rudat. Jack Ryan. .Miss Elizabeth Scherfel, Sigrid Schmidt. .Mrs. I). Schmidt. A. W. Schneider, Irmgard Schrader. Mrs. C. Schrader. Miss Charlotte Schrader, Colin C. Scott Mrs. M. Staataraann. Miss Berta Staatsmann. Hans Staats mann. Rev. M, Willis Greenfield. Mrs. R. Koch. .Miss M. Iellle, Karl Staats mann. Fitz Staatsmcr-:, Mrs. M. Stahl- mann Scheffel. John K. Swire. Rev. J. A. S. Terns, Mrs. J. A. S. Toms. Rob ert H. Toms, P. T. Watson, Miss Ruth J. Watson, William Watson. Mis. Edith Watson, Mrs. Anna Wolter. Miss Rosalie ' Wolter, Miss Herta Wolter. .hnrH vnuA l-mo. irr t tir . Lien Kuai, Wllhelm Zoll Mrs. Emma Zcll, Miss Johanna. Zoll. Miss 1. Sruol ler, J.. J. Wilkins. E. H. Wilson. Mrs. E. H. Wilson, Miss Muriel P. Wilson, vv-'Hood t M . I 111SM UUK- A . XVI - 11. 1 . w . rvti n m I u- laypooi, a. r. urawroniy Mrs. A. vv -'nnmings, j. uarcy. Mrs. La Del mon, J. H. Ellis. Mrs. Ellis, W. J. En-' Ab? Ths- Floodi RobL P. Geer Mrs.1 ,Geer. W. Kieswetter, F. A. Lufkin, D. WAR11 v. . . - 4 i.. STRATHGARRY1 McCune, Mrs.' E. E. Mahlum, C. Ma- huuuc LANDS; CITY AND trala, B B, Mayer,;Mis E.CH. Met.COUNTY OF HONOLULU, by John . calf. Miss S. E. Metcalf. Miss Kate C. Lane, Mayor and President of the Mflne; A. M; Morgenthaler. Mrs". C. G. Board of Sopervlsors; FREDERICK - Morasky, Mrs. Harriett Newtend. Miss w. E. Shaw, Yep Chung. Ma Lum, Lee' Sam. Miss A. A wan a, Albert Kiaaina, Mrs. D. Keys, D. Keys, C; H. Dye. W C. Parke, E. M. Kulse, M. A. Nlcholl, e. J. Nell, Mrs. Kealo MakinI, Miss S. Maklnl, Mrs. A. T. Rodriques, A. Garb ley, R. Ivers, J. F. C. Hagens. F. E. Thompson, H. C. Waldfon, A. , Horner, A. S. .: Wilcox, Francis Gay, Nakaya, W. Hookano, Mrs, SakaLJ, Miss Kura moto, W. H. Kruse, A. Mikaela, Mrs. M. Akt ) ' ' ' I Per str. Mikahala 'from Maui and Molbkal, January 10: Sal You, J. H. Wilson, Miss L. Searle, Miss D. Mc- cornston. Miss iv Cooke, Mrs. Agnes' IL Judd, Pr. J. R. Judd and wife. Dr. George W. McCoy and wife, F. Reim enschneider and 1& deck passengers. '. Per str Claudine from Maui, Janu- ary-10: C. Aku, H. Hutchins. S. Hock-f . . "w Ing, K. Lasaki, Mrs. E. Victor, Miss. Victor, A. Kepipl, Chuch Hoy. Edwin Farmer, That seventy-nve per cent of the pu- pils in tbe grammar grades In 119 nyaram Demg zoo- w rf.o ieeu ano : schools out of 433 can sing an ordinary ! to the north corner of the Cooke Li bvmn at sieht is disclosed in a reDort'brary building in Oahu College made by the federal burean of edu-; cation. - I Preferred Stock LEGAL NOTICE. TERR1TORT OF HAWA1L LAND Court. No. 31$. Territory of Hawaii to J. SCHAFF SMA; E. A. BROWN; J. HAZELTON J. C A CERES; ELLEN A. POMEROYl MRS. LOUISA P. 1IAPA1; D. S. BOW MAN; U AKAMU and C. Y. AlON'A, Trustees for Chinese Cemetery- Asso ciation: TERRITORY OF HAWAII, by 1. M. Stainback. Attorney-General and Joshua l. Tucker. COMMISSION ER OF PUBLIC LANDS; COUNTY OF HAWAII, by David K. Ewallko, Chairman Board " of Supervisors; HEIRS OF MOKMOE; and to ALL whom it may concern: Whereas, a petition has been pre sented to said Court by MAY T. WIL COX to register and confirm her tlUe. in the folio ins described land: That certain parcel, of land with the bllil'linirs Ihnrwm altuato in Pnnnha.' I . " - " wai. Hilo. County of Hawaii and the Territory ,f Hawaii, and particularly described as follows. Beginning at nn old redwood -post at the north corner of this piece and the. south corner of Ponahawal and Pleasant streets, said point being by true azimuth and iterance 22' 58' 19.65" feet from the center of a sewer man hole at the interaction of Ponahawal and Pleasant streets, and the coordin ates of said point of beginning refer- j red to Government Survey Trig. Sta- tion "Halal" being 115S.65 feet north and 3212.40 feet cist, and running by true azimuths: 1. 231 3S'-0" 312.8 feet along the -southwest side of Pleasant street to a granite post; 2. 52 ' 5.V 215.7 fiet along the Chi nese Cemetery lot to a granite post; 3. 153 41'5.7 fc-et along land de- . scribed in Lund Court Petition No. 229 ( l). S. Bowman. PeUtloner) to a galvanized Iron pipe; 4. 152" 31" 252 3 rcet along property of Ellen A. Pmeroy and Mrs. Louisa P. Hapal to a cross (X) on stone; 5. 231 25' 30' 210.75 feet along the southeast side of Ponahawal street to the iK)int of beginning. Area 65030 r square feet. Being portion of Grant 252 to B. Pitman. You are hereby cited to appear, at the Land Court to held at the City and County of Honolulu on the 10th day of February, A. I). 1915, at two o'clock in the afternoon, to show cause if an you ave, why the pray er of said petition should not be grant ed. '.And unless you appear at said Court at the time and place aforesaid your default will be recorded, and the said petition will be taken as confess . ed, and you will be forever barred -from contesting said petition or any decree entered thereon. Witness the Honorable William Lu ' Whitney, Judge of said Court, this 11th day of January, tn ;the fcrear nineteen hundred and fifteen. " Attest with seal of said Court: (Seal) JOHN MARCALLINO. Registrar. 6058-Jan. 11, U, 23. Feb. 1." TERRITORY OF HAWAIL . LAND" Court. No. 231. -i Territory of Hawaii to RICHARD IVERS; TERRITORY OF HAWAII, by M. Stainback, Attorney General. ana Joshua D. Tucker. COMMISSION .M. LOWREY, Chairman of Trustees of- and to ALL. whom it may concern: Whereas, a petition has been pre sented to said Court by RANNEY CONVERSE SCOTT to register and confirm his title In the following-described land: All that certain, parcel of land with the buildings thereon, situate In Puna hou District in the City, and County of Honolulu; and the Territory of Ha waii, . and particularly described as follows: -, , . Being portions, of R. P. 1931, L. C. A. 387 to A. P. Mission, and R. P. 5704. L. C. A. 8241 to J. II. Section 2. A. IL . A. t. . A tf at the north corner of Manoa road and Hastings avenue. Manoa, Hono lulu, Kona, Oahu. T. IL - Beginning at a 3-fhch iron pipe fill- "Or 1 1 Vi AinAtAA a 4lt AkeK '" mawm c wii-ia v.wxxvac;La sa, lmo buuui tuiuci of- this lot. and the north corner of Manoa road and Haattr.es averiue. the true azlnvuth to -Reeky Hill triangle being 291" 24' and the true azimuth and distance to a sewer manhole be- ,nB . us J-ua Ieec lo waiei grounds being 327" 39' 242.3 feet, and running by true azimutns: , 1. 137 XV 340.0 feet aloag the northeast side of' Hastings avenue to a 3-inch pipe filled with concrete; 2. 22S OH' 2str.0 feet aloag the soutb side cf I'alakaa street to a 3- finch pije filled with concrete; ' Z. 2S03 31' 100.0 feet along same to a 3-inch Dine filled with concrete: 4. 2H0' l.V 57.0 feet along same to a 3-Jnch pipe filled with concrete; :,. 34.V 34' Z& feet along R. Ivers to a 3 inch pipe filled with concrete; . 77 28' 243.0 feet along the north side of Manoa road to the point of beginning. Area 2.t72-acres. " You are hereby cited to appear at the Land Cedrt to be hold at the City and County of 'Honolulu on the 10th day of February, A. D. 19 1J. at 2 o'clock lw the afternoon, to show cause ' if an7 you have, why the prayer of faW petitkin should not be granted. '. And unless you appear at said Court at the time and place aforesaid your default will be recorded, and the said petition will be taken as confessed. ' and you will be forever barred from contesting said petition or any decree ' ' entered thereon. ! Witness the Honorable William L. 1 Whitney, Judge of said Court, this " 11th day of January In the year 1913. Attest with seal of said jrourt: (Seal) JOHN MARCALLINO, 8 Registrar. ' 6o58-Jan. 11, 18, 23, Feb. 1. 0 V