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and delight In a glass of Primo Lager It's absolute purity, combined with the rare good llavor of the choicest hops, makes It a delightful beverage and tho best tonic. BREWERY TELEPHONE MAIN 341. Great Reduction Sale! OF HslI: sutxd Cap Three Weeks Only, Commencing Saturday December 6. K. ISOSHIMA, NO. 20 KINO ST. NEAR BLTHEL. Removal ! . Lewis & Co., Ltd., beg to notify their customers and the public generally that they will remove to their new store . Lewers and Cooke Block King street on February 1, 1903. LEWIS & GO,, LTD. Leaders In Groceries. M. PHILLIPS & CO., Wholesale Importers Arid Jobbers of AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN DRY GOODS V Corner of Fort and Queen Sts. C, & CO,, L ) QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU. H. T. ...AGENTS FOn... Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Ono mea. Sugar Company, Honomu Sugar Co pany, Walluku Sugar Company, Waihee Sugar Company, Makee Sugar Company, Haleakala Ranch Company, Kapapala Ranch. Planters' Line and Shipping Co. Charles Brewer & Co.'s Line of Bos ton Packets. Agents Boston Board of Underwrit Bra. Agents Philadelphia Board of Under writers. LIST OF OFFICERS. Charles M. Cooke President. Geo. H. Robertson. .V-Pres. & Mgr. E. Faxon Bishop.... Treas. & Sec'y. W. F. Allen Auditor. P. C. Jones Director. H. Waterhouse , Director. C. R. Carter Director. All of the above named constituting the Board of Directors. RAILWAY AND LAND CD'S UIIvIE) TABLE , rROM AND AFTER JANUARY 1, 1901 TKAIN& STATIONS. (Outward) Dally Dally ex. Sun. D.ly ex.8un D'ly D'ly A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. Honolulu ... Pearl City..., Ewa Mill -Walanae...- Waialua Kahuku 7:10 0:15 8-na o.iii 11:08 11:40 12:00 6:10 fi'AO &47 4:05 :45 5:40 0;15 .;...8:33 10:O eao 10:60 11:55 Ii33 STATIONS. (Inward) Dally ex. Sun. D'ly A.M. A.M. 5:35 6:10 7:10 D'ly D'ly p.m. r.u. .... 2:08 .... 2:50 Kahuku--- Waialua Walanae.... Ewa Mill... Pearl City.. Honolulu.... 3:56 4:32 4:62 5:26 6:60 6:15 6:10 7:45 8:03 8:35 1.05 1:30 2:0 O, P, Denibon, Superintendent. F. O. SMrrn, Gen. rB8. cb Tlct.Act There's a World FOR SALE. One 5-Roller Mill with cane and trash carriers complete, of the following; di mensions: One 3-Roller Mill, 2G"x54", built by Talt & Watson, Glasgow, with engine, built by same .Irm. One 2-Roller Mill, 30"x60", built by Honolulu Iron Works, with Putnam Engine, 14"x36". The above machinery Is guaranteed in first class order, (almost as good as new), will be sold at a bargain, In whole or in part to suit purchaser. Apply ' PAAUHAU SUGAR PLANTATION COMPANY. Or WM. G. IRWIN & CO. NEW YEAR NEW CABLE NEW DRUG STORE Sturtevant Drug Co. Oregon Block, 160 Hotel Street. Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles, Perfumes, Soap, Etc GIVE US A- CALL. PANTHEON - WAVER LEY SHAVING PARLORS. Good Barbers, Courteous Attention, Cor. Hotel and Bethel Streets. ROACH & RIDINGER, Props. The Hawaiian Annual FOR Is now ready for delivery, or for mailing orders. Price 75 cts. each, or $S.00 per dozen. Postage 10 cents per copy extra. Thos. Gr. Tlartixxx, Publisher. WEATHER REPORT. The Territorial 'Weather renort for December contains the following sta tistics of the meteorology during that montn: Temperature mean 'for the month, mo. i t o . . . . . v.o, jiui'iuui, ii.o; average aany max imum, 75.7: average dally minimum. 60.0; mean daily range, 9.7; greatest dally jange, IS degrees; least daily range, u degrees; highest temperature, 79; lowest, 01. Barometer average, 29.938; normal, .u.viu; nignest, 3U.il, on 29th; lowest, 29.75, 10th and 21st; greatest 21-hour change, 0.10; "lows" passed this point, 2nd, lOih, 21st; "highs," 5th, 14th, 29th. Relative humidity, average 77.7; nor mal, 74; mean dew-point, 63.1; normal, 62.1); absolute moisture, mean, 6.39 grains to cubic foot; normal, 6,32. There was an unusual period of low dew-point during the last ten days of the month. Trade-wind days, 17, (4NNE); nor mal, 16; average force of wind during daylight, Beaufort scale, 2.3; average cloudiness, tenths of sky, 5.2; normal, 4.4. Approximate percentage of district rainfall as compared with the nromal: South Hllo, 160 per cent; North HUo, 250; Hamakua,, 400; Kohala, 330; Wai mea, 3S0; Kona, 300 to 400; Kau, 140 to 300; Puna, 175; ,Maui, 150 to 500; Oahu, 220, except Kahuku, 420; Kauai, 320 per cent. ? The month was eL rainy one and the whole year's rainfall when published will show surprising records. The heaviest rainfall for the month was 34.84. Puuohua; the heaviest 21-hour, 10.63, at Hanalel, Kauai, on the 11th; Nnhlku, (S50 ft.), s.uo, on the stn. 'Mean temperature, Pepeekeo, Hllo, 100 feet elevation, 74.3 and 5S.2; Ko hala, 321 elevation, 75.8 and 63.1; Wal akoa. Kula. 'Maul. 2.700 elevation, 73.3 and 3.6; Puuneno Mill, Maul, 200 (?) elevation, 77.0 and 63.1, (mean temper ature, 69.8); Ewa Plantation, 50 eleva tion. 79 and 63; U.-S. Experimental Station, 330 elevation; 76.3 and C5.9; W. It. Castle's, highest, 79; lowest, 61; mean, 70.0. Ewa Mill, mean dew-point, 01; mean relative humidity, 71; Kohala, Bond, dtw.paint, ftl.5: rrlmlvv humidity, M; runncnv, wu and m: I'uiin.np Harom., .ll. L RHI'ORT OF THE HHNATE COMMIS SION ON HER CLAIM TO THIS CROWN LANDS. The following Is n summary of the conclusions of the senate commission on tho Ex-Queon's claim to the Crown lands: One of the most Interesting subjects considered by the committee wns the claim of ex-Queen Ltlluoknlanl for nn annual allowance in lieu of the Income she would have derived from the rental of crown lands, had her reign been un disturbed. After carefully weighing all arguments, and there were many of them, the committee holds that the title to tho crown lands vested In the sover eign ,and not In the Individual person, and that the reigning sovereign simply had nn olllclal life estate In the pro ceeds of the crown lands, and on the death of the sovereign the title passed, not to tne natural neirs or the monarch, but to his of her successors on the throne. It Is held that the Queen never personally had ,nny legal title to the crown lands. Inasmuch as all the crown hinds are now, and have been for over four years a part of the public domain of the United States, the claim of the Queen that the lands, or any part of them be returned to her cannot be considered. The commltee. however. recommendB that as an act of personal Justice and national grace and wisdom, that the Senate favorably consider the claim of Queen Lluluokalanl and make such rea sonable' provision for her ns the facts seem to justify. The Queen Is des cribed as a Christian lady of Intelli gence and culture, held in universal es teem by all who have known her for many years. Since annexation she has freen a, law abiding citizen of the Unit ed States, a supporter of the govern ment, and loyal In allegiance to the American flag. It was found to be the universal opinion of all classes In the Territory that some recognition on the part of the United Statea of the late Queen Lllluokalani by making some reasonable provision for her, would be a powerful and influential factor In 'bringing about a better state of feeling, and more cordial relation among the different nationalities and the people generally In the islands. The committee conclude that It would be an act not only of private and public jus tice to make some reasonable provision for the claimant, commensurate In some degree with her persnal loss In being deprived of her personal ofTlcial life estate In the crown lands. What amount that should be is left to the Senate to decide. STATUS OF THE CONDITIONS TENDING TO CREASE A'ALUES CONTINUE. LATEST STATISTICS ON CUBA. LILUOKA HAS CLAIM SUGAR MARKET Williams, Dimond & Company under March 2. date of San Francisco January 8, give , "This case involves not only the valld the following concerning the sugar f civil and criminal trials here for market: I n period of nearly two years, but Is also Our last circular per Zealandla was ' believed to have a bearing upon the dated December 5, 1902. Sugar: Prices ' constitutionality of tho existing gov In the local market have since advanced ' ernment of the Philiifplnc Islands and twenty points December 9th and a cor- ' Porto Rico, nnd the power of the Unit renpondlng reduction ocured this date. ' ed States to absorb and control foreign Similar advances were made for export territory as other nations do. December Dth followed by a. reduction i "Many months ngo Attorney General this date in all grades of thirty points Knox sent me il commislon ns special the lust, January 8th quoting dry gra- i assltant in his department, In order nulated 4. .50c for Arizona, Nevada, I that my traveling expense might be Alaska, Hawaiian Territory, Idaho, Pala y the United States instead of the Utah, Wyoming, Now Mexico and Mon- 1 Territory. His department has paid tana. . the Supreme Court fees, etc. He and the Basis: December 5th not reported un- solicitor general have extended every til 6th, spot sale 33fi0 tons at 3 15-16c; I posible courtesy to the Territory and 6th to 9th no sales; 10 "to arrive" sale 1 t0 me ln this matter, and one or both 200 tons at 3 15-16c; 11th to 15th no sales, of them will take part in the argument. 16th spot sale 500 tons 3.95c; 17th to Jan. ' In - word, the Federal administration 3rd no sales; Eth, cost and freight salp nas virtually made this case Its own; 350 tons at 3.87c, and on same date spot sale 5UU tons at 3 7-8c; 6th, cost and freight sale 1300 tons at 3.87c; and nn same date spot sale 400 tons at 3 7-Sc, since which no sales, establishing basis for 96" centrifugals ln New York, 6th Inst. 3.8723c, San Francisco, 3.4975c. London Beets: December 6th, Ss 3d; 8th, Ss 4d; 9th. 8 s 4V4d: 10th. 8s 4'Ad: 11th, 8s 3d; 12th, 8s 4d; 13th Ss 3d; ! 15th, Ss 4d; 16th Ss ld; 17th, 8 s 3d; 18th and 19th, Ss l'd; 20th, Ss 2Hd; 22nd to 31st, holidays intervening 26th and 27th, S s ld; January 2nd to 5th, 8s d; 6th and 7th, 8s. New York Refined: Quotation 4.70c, equivalent to 4.60c net cash established December 3rd, continued In force until December 9th in which day an advance ' ",Jl l"L nullur llml interests or tne Ter of ten points occurred, establishing a I r,toi"y will not permit me to neglect It. price of 4.80c equivalent to 4.70 net cash ' "n tlle ther hand, the coming ses Thls figure prevailed until December i slon oC the legislature promises to be 15th on which day a corresponding re- nn ench In the history of this Territory ductlon of ten points ocurred, estab- 'he Initiation of municipal and county nsning a price or 4:60c net cash, were promulgated nrinclnal reflnnra. ment of equality or factor plan, pre- vousiy in iorce. Under the new con- dltlons, now in effect, granulated is 4.70c, equivalent to """--ul "nu mucn oiner legislation New selllnc terms of an exceptionally Important character January 3rd by the nnd I think it Is due to the members of the legislature and members of thn days, less 1 per cent for cash without ! eral 1 must of necessity choose between rebate, establishing a net price of neE'ppUng my duties here and neglect 4.6035c. Tho nnMnn nf i-oflnoru n mil ' liB my duties in Washington. Thero lined above, apparently puts the entire trade or the country on the same even oasis or buying, leaving every jobber freo to mikn his mm soiiim- im-mu I London Cable: January -nd ouotes uu: same untn in.it vnnr Ss n .1 o,..i 7 ,i respectively. February beets Ss u Latest Statistical Position: Wlllett fe i Grey report United States four ports I taken Into ncount. You have expressed liVSH .Ja est,lmate.(1 December 31st. a desire thnt I should have the Mankl 130,0i7 tons against 118.064 tons silmp , Hil push nnBi,nn,l if n.i i i . . - , - . .1 . , B U' , ,3t .IK)rls uuoa es" tlmateil December 30th 51.500 tons against 2o.0jS tons corresponding period last year. United Kingdom estimated December 23th. 120.000 tons nernlnst ss.- 000 ton same date previous year. To- lai si. in un tne principal countries total cane sugar production (W. & a. estimate) 3,703,500 tons against 4,- o;i.i:J tons pievlous campaign. Euro- pean beet sugar production (Llcht) Is- sued December 13th, 5,620,000 tons against 6,848,038 tons last year. United States beet sugar production (W. & G.) lu.iii- uccohioct oist, at latest un- me. There have been times during the Sy.?,io.J'lU"'- :';9,1'ljTG tons against 2,-' past year when I could not mingle with Hi 'i-T .t""H; JnL'ieaJo over last year people and keep ln touch with publlo s,4ul tons. Sugui iti.iih of tile world affairs: ivlmn T pnniil nnt n v tit v ri Inil ttMWl ton Afalnat MS.124 toM Hut campaign. Urand total can aa btt Ur M7R.MM ton ngnlnut lt.flM.WI tuna; natlmntfrt dorr'aur In the world't product lun MM.OM ion. NfHNern and Forelrn market: fr1ca In til raw augur market maintain tha fli'MincM, noted In our previous report, throughout the earlier (tort ton of the iwrlml under review, but latterly, coin, cldetit with the approsah of the Holiday aeaflon. considerable divergence In the view of buyer and sellers developed, followed by nn apathetic attitude on either side, the result Of which Is ob cervnble In the dullness now in evidence according to' latent mall advices from New York under date of 2nd Itut. Tele graphic reports since received Indicate a resumption of activity, and the con summation of snles at a slightly lower rnnge of prices than formerly ruling. The customary holiday Inactivity Is rellected In the refined sugnr market, where quietness has continued uninter ruptedly throughout the period under consideration, the demand having been limited with theexceptlon of a few new orders, to withdrawals under outstand ing contracts. European beets, with slight fluctua tions, weakened to some extent, and the further reduction by Mr. Llcht In his 'estimate of this year's crop by 110, 000 tons brought about liquidation by speculators, thereby nullifying the ex pectation of nn improvement In quota tions seemingly wnranted by the statis tical position of continental sugars. In Cuba latest mnll advices are to the effect that 47 estates are grinding against 50 at the same time last year, although some delay haB ensued both by the holidays and by reason of the rainy weather still prevailing In some districts. Mr. Gtima Issued December 30th his first estimate of this crop, which he places at 8S0.000 tons. Inter est in Cuba Is centered In the probabi lities of passage by Congress of the United States of the Cuban Reciprocity Treaty providing for twenty per cent reduction In duties on Cuban sugar, the ultimate Issue of which Is uncertain at this writing, and of interest in this con nection will be the result of the deliber ations of the National Association of Beet Growers, assembling In Washing ton this date. RESIGNATION ISJCCEPTED ATTORNEY GENERAL E. P. DOLE GOES TO- ARGUE MANKICHI CASE AT WASHINGTON. The reslcnation of Attorney General E. P. Dole dated sometime ago, and to take effect January 31, has-been sent to the governor as was stated exclusively in the Star yesterday. A reply ac cepting it was sent during tno after noon, tho governor expressing his re grets at the attorney general's retire ment, and his appreciation of the work E. P. Dole has done In the department. The following is the letter of resigna tion: "To His Excellency Sanford B. Dole, Governor of the Territory of Hawaii. "Sir: Nearly a year 11511, owing to the Illness of Mr. Justice Gray, the Mankl chi case was submitted on briefs wlth- j out oral argument. In view of the far-XN- I reaching consequences which the de cision may have tne court reopened tne case for oral argument. Mr. Justice Gray's protracted Illness and subse quent death caused unexpected delays. Tho hearing has at last been set for ' ule same time, tne Attorney uenernl and Solicitor General have requested me not to fail to go on nnd take part In the argument urging ln the strong est terms their belief that It is essential to a full presentation of the case that a lawyer familiar with Hawaiian law, history and conditions should be asso ciated with them. If I should resign this duty by cable and a substitute be I appointed by cable, he could not pre- pare for the argument ln the time that now remains. Neither would my fail ure to attend be ground for postpone ment. Under these circumstances I feel that I cannot, In honor, or with due respect to the Federal authorities, neg- , lect tne work set for me to do, and I Territorial administration that the of- i me law department De al lnelr service. If I remain in office as Attorney Gen lB n t,lnln way out ot tnls difficulty my me appointment or a DUlL"nur. mis win enanie tne Attor ney General's department to bo renre ?nt0(1 nero hy nn ""Iclal head during : - " ci,.u mc . "erro" my l"ty in Washington and OWt'H lO 11. i iiiinmuii;, ill uiUCI tn!U 1 mny remain In office nnd be here during the session of the legislature, I cannot ask a postponement on any ground thnt courts recognize ns snlfl clent; and it seems to me that the course I am taking is tho best one, not only for tho public service, but also for upon my work, and was not equal to the responsibilities of my office. No man can be at his best when, for weeks together, ho Is able to get scanty sleep only from sheer exhaustion or uso of drugs. In October my physician warn- ed me that I wns on the verge of col- Sterling" HA ADDED TO 1118 PAINT SHOP A LARGE STOCK OF Also an experienced Paper Hanger as salesman who will be pleased to give information about paper hanging and decorating. Competent Paper Hangers employed and always on hand, REASONABLE PRICES. Same Old Stand lapse, and must expect the most serious consequences unless I had an imme diate change. A short vacation brought mo natural sleep. Since then I have been gttlng into working condition, and I expect my trip to Washington will restore mo to perfect health. If I remain here and relapse Into the con dition which I was In a few months ago, my resignation will become nec essary from inability to perform my official duties. "For the foregoing reasons, I tender my resignation, to take effect January 31. "I have the honor to be, sir, with great respect your obedient servant, "(Signed) E. P. DOLE," "Attorney General" Trfe Governor's reply to this letter was as follows: "Honolulu, January 15, 1903. "Mr. E. P. Dole, Attorney General, Ter ritory of Hawaii. "Sir: Your letter of resignation of the office of Attorney General, to take effect January 31, has been received. "In aceptlng the same, which I do with great reluctance, permit me to expres my hearty appreciation of your public service in that capacity. Owing to changes ln the status of the Hawai ian government from an Independent republic to one subject to the control of the Federal government, yet retain ing certain features of nn independent so ereign state, and from that to a ter ritorial government under American lays, perplexing questions have con stantly arisen which have thrown onto tile department of the Attorney Gen eral much 'dlfllcult and responsible work. A large share of this work has come to you during your incumbency of the office, and has been performed with fidelity and ability to tho material aslstanoe of the government of the Territory. "I regret the circumstances that ap pear to render your resignation neces sary, nnd trust that the Washington trip may fully restore your health, Very respectfully, "(Signed) SANFORD B. DOLE." BY A UTHOFtIT SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE. Under and by virtue of a certain Execution Issued out of the Supreme Court of tho Territory of Hawaii, on the 16th day of December 1902, In the matter of tho Washington Mercantile Company, Limited, Plaintiff, vs. F. C. Bertleman, Defendant, I have, on this 31st day of December, A. D. 1S02, levied upon, and shall offer for sale and sell nt public auction, to the highest bid der, at the Police Station, Kalakaua Hale, ln Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Ter ritory of Hawaii, at 12 o'clock noon of Saturday, the 7th day of February, A. D. 1903, all the right, title and interest of the said F. C. Bertleman, defendant, in and to the following described prop erty unless tho Judgment, Interest, npd cost of execution and bond, amounting to Eighty-seven and 52-100 Dollars, In terest, costs and my expenses are pre viously paid; 1. All that certain lot of land sit uated at I'llaa, Kauai, containing about 10 acres, devised to said F. C. Bertle man by the last Will and Testament of his father, C. Bertleman, deceased, and in said Will described as Lot No. o Portion of said Lot (250 by 140 feet) Is leased for 19 years by F. C. Bertle man to Alana and Ah Tong at $120 per year, as of record ln the 'Registry of fice in said Honolulu, ln Liber 150, Page 477. Said Lot No. 2 was mortgaged to W. W. Scott for the sum of $350, under date of December 29th 1899, as of record in said office In Liber 204, Pago 130. 2. All the following described lands of the C. Bertleman Estate, situated on the Islnnd of Kauai, Territory of Ha waii, in which the said F. C. Bertle man will have, after tho expiration of the lease to the Kilauea Sugar Com pany, a 1-3 Interest: Ahupuaa of Kahili, 1789 Acres. Ahupuaa of West Walakalua. 332.4 Acres. Ahupuaa of Pllaa, 1520 Acres. Land of Lepeull, 102 Acres. Five shares Moloaa Hul Land nnd sundry Kuleanas. Said lands (excepting 100 acres In Pl laa) are under leaso to Kilauea Sugar Co., for 25 years from November 1st, 1890, at a rental of $0000 per year. Interest of F. C. Bertleman In the I lands of C. Bertleman Estate have been mortgaged as follows: F. C. Bertleman to J. A. Magoon. Mortgage dated August 3rd. 1900. for $1500 of record In said Office In Liber 213, Page 223. Assigned to Mary Lu cas, July 11th, 1902, as of record In said Office i.i Liber 213, Pago 223. F. C. Bertleman to S. Kobayashl. Mortgage dated January 23rd. 1901. for $325, as of record ln said Office in Liber 215, Pago 450. Asslgnod to D, L. Peterson, August 18th, 1902. F. C. Bertleman to Mary Lucas. Mortgage dated August 13th. 1902. for $9815, as of record in said Office In Li ber 230, Page 372. CHAS. F. CHILLINGWORTII, Deputy Sheriff, Territory of Hawaii. Honolulu, Oahu, The Painter Union Street LEGAL NOTICES. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At Chambers. In Probate. In the 'Matter of the Estate of John Bryant of Honolulu, Deceased. Or der of Notice of iHearlne Petition for Allowance of Final Accounts, Dis tribution and Discharge. On Reading and Filing the Petition nnd Accounts of 'David 'David, Admin istrator of the estate of John Bryant, wherein he asks to ibe allowed VJ7.15, and he charges himself with $200.00, and asks that the same mny be exam ined and approved, and that a final or der may be made of distribution of tho property remaining In 'his hands to tho persons thereto entitled, and discharg ing him and his sureties from all fur ther responsibility as such Admin istrator. It Is Ordered, that Monday, the 16th day of February, A. D. 1903, at ten o'clock a. m., before the Judge of said Court at the Court Room of the sulci Court at Honolulu, Island of Oaha. bo and the same hereby is appointed as the time and place for hearing saiu Petition and Accounts, and that all persons Interested may then and there appear and show cause. If any they have, why the same should not bo granted, and may -present evidence as to who nre entitled to the said proper ty. And that notice of this Order lr the English language, ibe published In the Hawaiian Star newspaper printed and published ln Honolulu, for three successive weeks, the last publication! to be not less than two weeks previous to the time therein appointed for said hearing. Dated at (Honolulu this 9th day ot January, 1903. J. T. DE BOLT, First Judge First Circuit Court. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At Chambers. In Probate. In the Matter of the Estate ot Goo See Ho Yee (w), Deceased. Order ot Notice of 'Hearing Petition for Ad ministration. On Reading and Filing the Petition of Ho Yee of Waimalu, Oahu, alleging that Goo See 'Ho Yee of Waimalu, Oahu, died intestate at Waimalu. on the 29th day of December, A. D. 1902, leaving property in the Hawaiian Islands necessary to be adminlstereu upon, to wit, a policy of life insurance In the sum of $2,000.00, nnd praying Letters of Administration Issue to him. It is Ordered that Monday, the 10th day of February, A. . Ul03, at 10, o'clock a. m., bo and hereby is appolvfr ed for hearing said Petition In. tho Court Room of this Court at Honolu lu, at which time and place an persona concerned may appear and show cause. It any they have, why said Petition should not be granted, and that notice of this order 'be published ln tho Eng lish language for three successive weeks ln the Hawaiian Star novspa per ln Honolulu. Dated at Honolulu, January 9th, 1903".. J. T. DE BOLT, First Judge of the Circuit Coqr.Lof.thw First Circuit. Attest.- , J. A. THOMPSON, Clerk of the Circuit Court, First Cir cuit. D. H. Case, attorney for petitioner. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE! First Circuit, Territory ot Hawaii. At Chambers. In Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of Kahina Melo (w), late of Walplo, Ewa, Oahu Deceased. Order of Notice of Hear ing Petition for Administration. On Reading and Filing the Petition of J. H. Coney, Guardian of Isaao Kniu, a minor, of Llhue, Kauai, alleg ing that Kahlnu Mele (w), of Waiplo. Ewa, Oahu, died Intestate nt Waiplo Ewa, Oahu, on the 27th day ot August A. D. 1902, leaving property in the Ha waiian Islands necessary to be admin istered upon, and praying that Letters of Administration issue to William T Rawlins; It is Ordered that MONDAY, the 2nd day of FEBRUARY, A. D. 1903, at 10 o'clock a. m., be and hereby Is appoint ed for hearing said Petition ln th. Court Room of this Court at Honolulu at which time and place all persona concerned may'appear and show causa If any they have, why said Petition should not be granted, and that notlco of thlu order be published ln the Eng lish language for three successive weeks in the Hawaiian Star newspaper, ln Honolulu. . Dated at December 29th, 190?.. J. T. DE BOLT, First Judge of the Circuit Court of the- First Circuit. Attest: P. D. KELLETT, JR., Clerk of the Circuit Court of the First Circuit. Atkinson & Judd, attorneys for Peti tioner. W. 6. IRWlfl CO. AGENTS FOR Western Sugar Refining Co., San Francisco, Cal. Baldwin Locomotive Works, Philadel phia, Pa. Newell Universal Mill Co. Manufactur ers ot National Cane Shredder, No York, N. Y. Parafllne Paint Company San Francisco Cal. Ohlandt & Co., San Francisco, Cal. Pacific 01 Transportation Co., San Francisco, Cal. ALL BUT . Visitor Your father cleared thlH farm, did ho not? Hnggnrd agricul turist Yes, of everything but the morU gage. Chicago Tribune.