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fir ?(:' TUB THE Y Moet & Chandon's "White Seal" Champagne 1 viiuiniinii vri bulb Ulllllli ANK OF HAWAII Jesse tore A. A. Whiskey JBEJSST on BARTII LIMITED. Incorporated Under th Laws of the Territory of Hawaii. r Llmltea. ESTABLISHED 1SF0. Capital Bubscrlbed Ton 24,000,000 Capital Paid up 18,000,000 Reserve Fund 9,210,000 HEAD OFFICE. YOKOHAMA. Bronchos: Honolulu, New York, San Francisco, London, Lyons, Bombay, Hongkong Newchwang, Pekln, Shanghai, Tientsin Kobe, Nagasaki, Toklo. The Bank buys and receives for col lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts and Letters of Credit, and transacts a general banking business. Honolulu Branch 67 Kin$r Street HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE. fir. James Neill FOR. A LIMITED ENGAGEMENT, SATURDAY AND MONDAY, The Lottery of Love TUESDAY, THE COWBOY UNO THE LADY WEDNESDAY, The Starbucks POPULAR PRICES. MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN TION TO FORECLOSE AND OF SALE. Notice Is hereby given that In accord ance with law and by virtue of the power of sale contained In that certain mortgage made by the Hawaii Land Company, Limited, an Hawaiian cor poratlon, to Peter C. Jones, Limited, a like corporation, dated the first day of November 1S99, recorded In the Regis try Office In Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, In Liber 196 on pages 454 to 458. the said Peter C. Jones. Limited mortgagee, Intends to foreclose said mortgage for breach of the conditions therein named, to wit, the non-payment of the principal sum thereof, and of Interest, when due. Notice Is also hereby given that all and singular the lands and premises by Bald mortgage conveyed, therein and hereinafter described, and the Improve ments thereon, will be sold at public auction by said mortgagee at the auc tion room of James F. Morgan In said Honolulu, on Saturday the Ninth day of January 1904 at 12 o'clock noon of eald day. The property covered by said mort gage and intended to be sold as afore said Is all the following described lots, tracts, pieces or parcels and leaseholds of land situate lying and being In Ho nolulu, Island of Oahu, in said Terri tory, described as follows: REAL ESTATE: All those lots situated at Kapalama, Honolulu, and more particularly known as Lots Num bers One (1) to Five (5), Inclusive, in those premises known as Kalaehao's Lots, and being parts of those premises described In Royal Patent 692, on L. C. A. 128S, and the same premises convey ed to the eald Hawaii Land Company, by Deed of W. C. AchI, dated April 20th, 1899, and recorded in Liber 191. Page 352. LEASES: (a) Lease of J. F. Col burn to Akana, dated September 30th, 189T. (Lease recorded In Registry Of fice, Honolulu, In Llber 202, page 94, of the following property at Kapuukolo, Honolulu: First 41-100 of an acre on King street described in it. P. 16 10, L. C. A. 670; Secona: U square tainoms, described in R. P. 7593, L. C. A. 2944! Onnvpvpd tn J. F. Colburn by deed of P. F. Manlnl, recorded In Llber 85 on (nnd this would lower the price if it pages 52-53.) Third: 50 square fathoms was general. and 25 square feet of land described In "Sample marked 'Jannavltch Egyp R. P. 1910, L. C. A. 151 (conveyed to ,t!on.' This sample is decidedly infer sa'ld J. F. Colburn by deed of Kama, 'ior to the Egyptian 'both In length and recorded in Llber 133 on pages 224-225.) strength of fiber, is not as silky, und Term of lease: 25 years from October iwhen received was much browner In 1, 1897, at an annual rental of $3000.) appearance, though It has lost some (b) Lease of W. R. Castle. Executor, of this since. Egyptian Jannovltch Is to J. F. Colburn, dated July 31, 1890, hnore like cotton grown from Sea Isl- recorded In Llber 12s, page lao-ias. (Being lease of houselot on West side of Maunakea street, Honolulu, des- crlbed In R. P. 2096, L. C. A. 46. Term Oft tranxa frxtyi Alienist 1. 1890 "should A.U J tin O . a - -1 ...... 1. x. v. .w - ......,, the last surviving child of J. R. W11- 1 1-2 In. In length. Hams live so long." Rental: $35 per I "The Honolulu cotton would not bring month.)- lanythlng like the price of genuine Jan- (d) Lease of Cecil Brown to J. F. jnovltch, which is selling for 21 to 22 Colburn, dated September 28, 1897. (Re- cents per pound delivered here today, corded In Llber 202, page 90. 3-100 of an 1 doubt If It would be worth more than acre of lnnd at said Kapuukolo, Hono- tlle sample marked "Upland," though lulu, described In R. P. 1986. L. C. A. lt ls lar(j to ten from such a sman 1039. Term: 25 vears from October 1, sample. 1897, at an annual rental of J120O I "I have shown these samples to sev (f) Lease of C. Afong to, J. F. Col- eral buyers of cotton, nnd their opinion burn, dated June 4th, 1886. (Recorded agrees wlti, mlne. If r cnn be of any in Llber 99 on page 313. Lot of land on further service to you In this matter corner of King anu jiaunaKea ""ls FTnnnlnlii. belntr all the land described In deed to' C. Afong recorded In Llber 49 on nages'l and 2. Term: .'u yeara from July 1, 1886, at rental of J20 per month.) i,.,i makua, stating that It was well under Said leases (b), (d). and (f) having wa. aml would occupy two or three been assigned by J. clBu h J'eurs.. He was given a requisition for A,ka,n?,1,y SSST W noire 9- to meet expenses Incurred. 30. 1897. recorded in pnW ( Jjr reported -that the trus- and all of said leases ' lntos aM 'tees of the Planters' Association were lea5G aP-A ? m Hawaii Land Co ,lu"e '" t0 allow ho offlclal organ ?ald,kn? Snttl October 31 1899 the agricultural board to be Incor riirin T1hPr l93 nages 469-470 1'O'ted Into the Planters' Monthly. 'TermVcashTn'unrted6 StatGold After consultation with L. A. Thurston Coin he had decided upon the name of "The Deeds at expense of purchaser. Hawaiian Forester and Agriculturist." infnrmnMnn nnrl nartl- Commissioner Smith gave a caution culars inquire of Peter C. Jones, Esq., or of Smith & Lewis. Attorneys for mortgagee, Judd Huliaing. iionoiuiu. Dated Honolulu, November 27. 1903. PETER C. JONES, LISIITED. 3Iortgagee, BY THE RED AK GLOW. They were sitting by the old fire place. "Our kisses are like velvet," he whispered, "so Boft." "Velvet?" she said, sweetly " I think they are all felt." And the autumn wind sighed. oio lii ito pilot 4H III PBiii- Mm mod Elaldonado&Co. (X3VO. ) Spreckels Building, Honolulu H. T. General Export Agents For JESSE MO ORE-HUNT CO San Francisco Cat, and Louis ville Ky. LOCAL COTTOI THE HAWAIIAN GROWTH A GOVERNMEN VIEWED 'BY A EXPERT. An expert report on Hawaiian cot ton was read at yesterday's meeting c the Board of Agricultuve and Forestr having been received from Washlngto by Commissioner Jared G. Smith. Th report was as follows: "Office of Granite 31111s, Fall RlVei 31uss., Nov. 5, 1903. Lyster II. Dewej Esq., Botanist in Charge of Flbe Plants, Department of Agriculturi Washington, D. C. "Dear Sir: Referring to your favo of Oct. 7th, addressed to our preslden' 3Ir. John 'S. Brayton, and to the sam pies of cotton grown In Honolulu, Ila wall, forwarded to him at that time Mr. Brayton, not being familiar wit the different grades of cottqn, has glv en me the samples, and requested tho I pass judgment on them and report t you. I respectfully submit the fo) lowing: "The samples submitted are rathe small for thorough examination. Th sample marked "Upland" Is evldentl raised from different seed from tha used In growing the cotton known an quoted commercially as upland cottor Upland cotton, that Is, cotton grown I the uplands from ordinary "seed, has fiber varying from 7-S In. to 1 1-8 Ir in length, and Is harsher and rxmghe In feel than the sample submitted. Thl , sample more nearly resembles what is ' known as Allenseed or Peder cotton. the staple In it being.from 1 1-4 In. to 1 5-16 in. lang, and fine and silky In texture. It is not, however as strong as the Peeler cotton grown In the bot tom lands of Mississippi and Arkansas, and would not, I think, produce as much cloth pound for pound. "The cotton submitted Is, however, good spinning cotton, very well ginned free from nits and would, I think be worth today about 11 cents delivered here, while unland commercial of same grade is selling for about 11 cents. Some of the samples show, boll stain, ;anu on the mainmnu or lower ueor Ba and upper Florida, in place of which It Is sometimes used and Is nKnter in color than the sample sub- mlttorl nnrl Vina n tn lto ni flhor fullv ' please let me know, "Respectfully yours, "3lA'SON oriORE, TR." Commissioner Smith reported iro- 'gresa of nls tobacco experiment at Ha- ngnlnst ullowlng the general use of the fumlgntlng npparatus. A whiff of the process Is enough to kill a man, said the commissioner. THE TIE GA31E. The Punahou Athletic Club at a meeting lu3t night discussed the matter of playing oft the tie game of football with the 'Honolulu Athletic Club. Tho decision reached was to ask the II. A. C.'s to agree to a game on January 23 with twenty minute halves. The men cannot get Into condition before that time, It ls said. T TTT., fC"ICT?'1 fTS" "4'-i'"i f tn? IU,,nl" Steel Company has been close'l nni1 6'00 man nre lale- BY AUTHORITY WATER NOTICE. In accordance with Section 1 of Chapter XXVI of the laws of 1880: All persons holding water privileges or those paying water rates are hereby notified that the water rates for the term ending June 30, 1904, will be due and payable at the office of the Hono lulu Water Works on the 1st day of January, 1904. All such rates remaining unpaid for fifteen days after they are due will be subject to an additional 10 per cent. All privileges upon which rates re- ! - becoming delinquent), are uays auer Becomlne aeunquenw, are l'aute to suspension without further notice. Rates are payable at tho office of the Water Works In the basement of tho Capitol building. (Signed) ANDREW BROWN, Supt. Honolulu AVater Works. Honolulu, December 19, 1903. , K. OKI, 120 Beretanla Street, near Maunakea. PLUflBINQ AND TINSriITH All Work Carefully Done. BEAVER LUNCH ROOM, Fort Street, Opposite Wilder & Co. ' H. J. NOLTE, Prop'r. Flrst-Class Lunches served with te, coffee, coda water, ginger ale or milk. Hmokers Requisites a Specialty. $mmAN Pure, Palo and Sparkling. Bottled Only at the Brewery In St. LouU. OU EVCRVWHERD. (PAID-UP CAPITAL - - $600,000.00 SURPLUS .... - 300,000.00 UNDIVIDED PROFITS - 70,283.95 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. Charles 31. Cooke President P. C. Jones Vice-President F. W. Mncfarlano..2nd Vice-President C. H. Cooke Cashier F. C. Atherton Assistant Cashier II. Waterhouse. E. F. Blshon. E. D. Tenney, J. A. SIcCandless and C. II. LAtherton. bojIJlERClAL AND SAVINGS DE PARTMENTS IStrlct attention given to all branches of Banking. ft rtinn rmiT.mNrn. vnrrr rtrct.t Jlaus Spreckles. Wm. G. Irwin. Clans Spreckels & Go, BANKERS, HONOLULU, H. I. San Francisco Agents The Nevada National Bank of San Francisco DRAW EXCHANGE ON SAN FRANCISCO The Nevada Na tional Bank of San Francisco. LONDON Union of London & Smith's Bank. Ltd. NEW YORK American Exchange Na tional Bank. CHICAGO Corn Exchange National Bank. PARIS Credit Lyonnals. BERLIN Dresdner Bank. HONGKONG AND YOKOHAMA The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation. NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA Bank of New Zealand, and Bank of Australasia, VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER Bank of British North America. TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS. Deposits Received. Loano Made on Approved Security. Commercial and Travellers' Credits Issued. Bills of Ex change Bought and Sold. COLLECTIONS PR03IPTLY AC COUNTED FOR. ESTABLISHED IN 1858. BANKERS BANKING DEPARTMENT. Transact business In all departments of Banking. Collections carefully attended to. Exchange bought and sold. Commercial and Travelers' Letters of Credit Issued on Tile ilauK 01 tan fornia and N. M. Kotlisehlld & Sous, l.nmtnu. . Correspondents: The Bank of Cali fornia. Commercial Hanking Co. of Sydney, Ltd., Loudon. TJrnftn and cable transfers on China and Japan through the Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation and Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China. Interest allowed on term deposits at the following rates per annum, viz.: Seven days' notice, at 2 per cent. Three months, at 3 per cent. Six months at 3 per cent. Twelve months, at 4 per cent. TRUST DEPARTMENT. Act as Trustees under mortgages. Manage estates (real and personal). Collect rents and dividends. Valuable Papers, Wills, Bonds, Etc., received for safe-keeping. ACCOUNTANT DEPART3IENT. Auditors for Corporations and PrI vate Firms. Books examined and reported on Statements of Affairs prepared. Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent Estates. Office, 924 Bethel Street. SAVINGS DEPARTAIENT. Deposits received and Interest allow ed at 4 per cent per annum. In accord ance with Rules and Regulations, copies of which may be obtained on application. INSURANCE DEPARTSIENT. Agents for FIRE, MARINE, LIFE, ACCIDENT AND EMPLOYERS' LIA BILITY INSURANCE COMPANIES. Insurance Office, 921 Bethel Street. THE FIRST CO. OF HAWAII, LTD. Capital, J250.000.00. President , Cecil Brown Vice-President M. P. Robinson Cashier W. G. Cooper Principal Olllce: Corner Fort and King streets. SAVINGS DEPOSITS received and Interest allowed for yearly deposits at the rate of 4 Va per cent per annum. Rules and regulations furnished up on application. lUltE WHOLESOME BltEAI) By a First-Class Baker of Twelve Years Experience in Honolulu. 7 LOAVES FOR 25 CENTS. All kinds of Cakes, Pies, Ice Cream, Etc., made to order at very short notice. . SUNRISE BAKERY s Nauanu Street, near Beretanla. BISHOP k CO IS USED AT PR03IINENT SOCIETY FUNCTIONS ALMOST EXCLUSIVE LY. THE NEW VINTAGE OF "WHITE SEAL" IS PERFECTION IN CHAMPAGNE. H. Hackfeld Electric lights now disturb the ghosts of the Pharaohs In the Royal tombs In the Valley of the Kings. Electricity is King Civilization and Ndvanccment has given man no greater blesslns and convenience tha. the modem electric Incandescent light. Your home comfort is Incomplete If you have not electricity for Illumination. Begin the new year by having us Install this light In your homo. Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd Office King Street, Telephone Main 390 I A useful get it 1 Fountain Pen will please him most. Something that is and lasting. Be sure to get a good one and if you would just right, get one of our WATERMAN'S 'IDEAL FOUNTAIN PENS o r PARKER "LUCKY CURVE." Hawaiian News O o., 3LVtci YOUNG BUILDING STORE. Ebony Furniture SUITABLE) FOR HOLIDAY OIBTD LOWER THAN EVER BEFORE XSHLTCO wo ohan: 00., 921-933 Nuuanu, Throe Doors Below Kl Street DO I! WANT NOVELTIES F0S IC FUKUROOA, 28 and 32 Hotel St. Robinson Block. T. HAYASHI, TAILOR. Clothes Cleaned, Dyed and Repaired. 537 Beretanla Street. Opposite Queen's Hospital. T. OKUJBO Cnrpcutcr nuil C'nlil net Maker Picture Frames and Bamboo Furniture. Neat and Handsome Designs Made to Order. Beretanla Street near Emma. QUEEN STREET Firewood, Stove, Steam and Blacksmith O00JL WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Special atlontion given to DRAVINQ U.QO, WHITE AND BLACK SAND WON TAI UO. IIS King Street, near Maunakea. House Painting, Paper Hanging and Decorating Done by First-Class Work, manshlp. Prices Reasonable. PHONE WHITE 801. UUU1I1UL1 LUltUU., LIU & Co., Ltd Ml Novelties In Japanese Goods, Curios, Etc. Specially Low Prices will prevail for the Present to our Customers. Bar gains In the Hat Department. Chicago In L6SS Than 3 lifs From at 10 a. m. San Francisco CHICAGO, UNION PACIFIC & NORTHWESTERN LINE Pullman fourteen-sectlon Drawing-Room and Private Compart ment Observation Sleeping Cars with Telephone. Electric-reading Lamps In every Berth, Compart ment and Drawing-Room. Buffet, Smoking and Library Cars, with Barber and Bath, Dining Care meals a la carte. Electric-lighted throughout. Dally Tourist Car Service at 6 p. m. nnd Personally Conducted Ex cursions every Wednesday and Fri day at 8 a. m. from San Francisco. The best of everything. R. R. Ritchie Gen. Agent Pacific Coast. 017 Market St. San Francisco. (Palace Hotel.) HART & CO., LTD The Elite Ico Cream Parlors. ul Chocolates and Confections ffji Ice Cream nnd Water Ices t"" Bakery Lunch. Ill FINEST nil IH IDE GUY 1