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fWl HAWAII AM WAH TfMMtAt, MMVAIIV M. HA
iii.iiction or oi't-ictm.
LRWKR COOKK, LTD
At th muiwU matting of taw ahart
Mm at Um oamnwir hM Feb
ruary li, Uw faAtowtag
ww 4ol4 to nrv fer the eiwuhig
P. J. towny President,
W. W. Harri Vto-PraaMmt.
O. 0, 8 wain
. ...BeoreUry ami Treasurer.
C. H, Cooke ...Auditor.
Robert Lewwi Director.
C. M. Coek Director.
0. a SWAIN.
Honolulu, February 11, 190.
Stockholders of the Mutual Telephone
Co., Ltd,, are hereby notified that a
dividend line been declared and will be
jsiyable at the ofllce of the ComiMiny
on and after February IS, 1906.
Honolulu, T. II., February 13, 1908.
BWA PLANTATION COMPANY.
The annual meeting of the Kwa Plan
tation Company will be held at the of
fice of Castle & Cooke, Ltd., In the
Stangenwald Building, Merchant street,
Honolulu, on Thursday, Feb. 23, 1905,
at 10 o'clock a. m., for the election of
a Board of Directors for the ensuing
year, the reception of annual reports,
and such other business as may be
brought before said meeting.
C. H. ATHERTON,
Secretary Ewa Plantation Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 7, 1905.
ADJOURNED ANNUAL MEETING.
The adjourned annual meeting of
the Klhel Plantation Company, Limit
ed, will be held at the ofllce and prln
clpal place of business of the corpora
tlon, Stangenwald Building, Honolulu,
on Monday, February the 27th, at 2
o'clock p. m. The stock books of the
corporation will be. closed for transfers
on Saturday, the 11th day of February,
By order of the Board of Directors,
L. A. THURSTON,
HAWAIIAN SUGAR COMPANY.
By order of the Board of Directors a
dividend of Twenty cents per share
will bo paid on Wednesday, February
. Stock transfer books will be closed a
I noon on February 10, 1905.
J. P. COOKE,
Treasurer Hawaiian Sugar Company,
Honolulu, February 8, 1905.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
HAWAIIAN AGRICULTURAL COM
At the annual meeting of the share
holders of the Hawaiian Agricultural
Company, held January 31, 1905, the fol
lowing officers were elected to serve for
the ensuing year, viz:
Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice President
Geo. H. Robertson Treasurer
E. F. Bishop Secretary
T. R. Robinson Auditor
W. F. Allen )
A. F. Judd ) Directors
C. H. Cooke )
E. F. BISHOP,
Honolulu, T. II., February 1, 1905.
WAIALUA AGRICULTURAL COM'
The annual meeting of the Walalua
Agricultural Co., Ltd., will be held at
the ofllce of Castle & Cooke, Ltd., In
the Stangenwald Building, Merchant
street, Honolulu, on Thursday, Febru
ary 23, 1905, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the
election of a Board of Directors for the
ensuing year, the reception of annual
reports, and such other business as
may be brought before said meeting.
C. H. ATHERTON,
Secretary Walalua Agr'l Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, Feb. 7, 1905.
THE WAIMEA SUGAR MILL CO!
The annual meeting of The Walmea
Sugar Mill Company will be held at
the ofllce of Castle & Cooke, Ltd., In
the Stangenwald Building, Merchant
street, Honolulu, on Friday, Feb. 24,
1905, at 10 o'clock a. m for the elec
tion of officers for the ensuing year,
tho reception of annual reports, and
such other business as may be brought
before said meeting.
E. d; TENNEY.
Secretary The Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
Honolulu, Fob. 7, 1905.
KOHALA SUGAR COMPANY.
The annual meeting of the Kohala
Sugar Company will b& held at the of
flee of Castle & Cooke, Ltd., In the
Sfangonwald Building, Merchant street,
Honolulu, on Monday, February 27th,
1903 nt 10 o'clock a, m. for ttie election
of officers for the ensuing year, the re
ception of nnnual reports, nnd such
other business as may bo brought be
fore snld meeting.
W. A, BOWEN,
Secretary Kohala Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Feb, 7th, 1905.
Star Want Ads pay 2t cents.
MJlf I'lUH 3H (JHIllBIIKl,
ttLIICTlON 01' OWICI'.KS.
Al the adjourned annual meeting of
the tockholdera of the Hawaiian Klec
trlc Cm., net thU Amy the following
were elected m offloers of the company
for tli ctMUlnK year.
President J. A. MrCandles
Vle President.... P. W. Macfadane
Treasurer C. Hustace, Jr.
Secretary W. L. Hopper
Auditor Godfrey Hrown
The atove aim constitute the Hoard
W. L. HOPPER.
Secretary Hawaiian lSlertrlc Co.
Honolulu. Hawaii, February 10th, 1961.
election op officers.
K. O. HALL & SON, LTD.
At tlte adjourned annual meeting of
stockholder of It. O. HhII & Son, Ltd.,
the following olllcer and director were
elected to nerve for the ensuing year.
Mr. W. V. Hall President
Mr. IC. O. White Treasurer
Mr. IS. H. Paris.. Sec'y and Auditor
Mr. William Ian Director
Mr. Clms. Atherton Director
All of the above named constitute
the Hoard of Director.
EDWIN H. PARIS.
Secretary E. O. Hnll & Son, Ltd.
Honolulu, February 9, 1906.
NOTICE TO OWNERS AND LESSEES
OF WATER RIGHTS IN
In accordance with Section 518, diap
er 41 of the Civil LawB of 1S97, I ap
pointed on the 8th duy of February,
1905, the following commission to de
termine the vnlue of water rights In
R. C. A. PETERSON,
R. H. TRENT.
H. M. VON HOLT..
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF WATER
RIGHTS IN PAUOA VALLEY.
A public meeting will be held at the
Pauoa School HouBe at 1 p. in. on
Saturday, February 18, 1905, ut which
tlmo nil claims to water rights In Pau
oa Vnlley should be presented to the
Board of Commissioners appointed to
determine their value.
(Signed) It. H. TRENT,
Secretary, Hoard of Commissioners.
The nunual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Territory Stables Co., Ltd.,
will bo held at the ofllce of the Com
pany G48 South King street, Honolulu
on Thursday, February 16, 1905 nt 3
o'clock p. m.
The nnnual meeting of stockholders
of the Ewa Plantation Company will
be held at the ofllce of Castle & Cooke,
Ltd., Stangenwald building, Merchant
street, Honolulu, on Thursday, Febru
ary 23, 1905, at 10 n. m.
The nnnual meeting of the W. W.
Wright Co.. Ltd., will be held on
Thursday, February 23rd, 1905, at 3 p.
m above Bishop & Co.'s bank.
The nnnuul meeting of stockholders
of the Walalua Agricultural Company,
Ltd., will be held at the ofllce of Cas
tle & Cooke, Ltd., Stangenwald build
ing, Merchant street. Honolulu, on
Thursday, February n. 1905, at 2 p. in.
The annual meetbur of stockholders
of the Walme.a Sugar Mill Company,
will be held at the ofllce of Castle &
Cooke, Ltd., Stangenwald
Merchant street, Honolulu, on Friday
February 24 1905, nt 10 u. m.
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Ponahawal Coffee
Co., Ltd., will be held at the office of
Its agents, Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
on Friday, February 24th, 1905, at 2 p.
The annual meeting of stockholders
of the Kohala Sugar Company will be
held nt the ofllco of Castle & Cooke,
Ltd., Stnngenwald building, Merchant
street .Honolulu, on Monday, February
27, 1903, at 10 a. m.
The ndjourned nnnual meeting of
stockholders of the Klhel Plantation
o., mu., win ue neiu ut me omce "i
me iuiujjuny QiuntiemvuKi iiuiiuiuk,
Merchant street, Honolulu on Monday
February 27, 1905 at 2 p. m.
The second game of the series be
tween the Junior boys of the Y. M. C.
A. nnd Kamqhnitieha School was played
In the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium yester
day afternoon resulting In a victory for
tho Y. M. C. A.'s.
The teams were made up of S. Kapu
no, A. Rrlor, H. Lake, W. Kalawa, P.
Kala from Kamehameha, and M. Tur
ner, Cyril Hoogs, H, Nott, W, Cock
burn. Clarence Hoogs of Y. M. C. A.
Alfred Perry acted as referee to the
satisfaction of all,
IWALANI ON MYSTERIOUS.
mi. n,-.nMn(t Tuinlnnl I u In tuill t fl
Is under sealed orders. Two tourists
Kft,i to he naval noonle. have chartered
the vessel. Sho.mny be on some trea
sure hunt or olso on some other w(Id
turns. Three linos three times for 25
AVant nds In tho Star bring quick re-
For Wwk Knrtlng F.btunry II. IIKKi.
Honolulu. T. 11.. Feb. II. int.
The Hnwmallr cold spell, which We
Kan with Dm Aral weak In January,
liaa at last been broken, tatttlteratur
In all section of the group having rfeeti
during the paat week to about the nor
mal for this season or the year. Lltfht
winds have prevailed, and dfirlng the
latter mrt ef the week the sunshine
has been abundant. In Hawaii, the
rainfall has been i-oneldernble In
amount In all windward motions, the
drought In the Puna and lower Hllo
districts having been terminated by
heavy ahowera. In Kau, the situation
lms been slightly relieved by very light
rains, white In Kona the drought con
tinues ubroken. The rainfall has been
fairly heavy over eastern Maul, but
the central and western sections have
been relatively dry, esieclally to lee
ward. Only light rains have fallen
In Oahu. In Kauai, dry weather has
prevailed In leeward sections, while to
the windward the rainfall has been
abundant except in the northern por
tion of the Puna district.
Under the favorable weather condi
tions of the week, vegetation In gen
eral shows a decided Improvement.
Young cane Is growing nicely, and
pineapple plants are in wood condition.
The young rice already set out Is
growing well, and transplanting from
nursery beds continues. Cane grind
ing and sugar making are progressing
rapidly. Pastures and stock are im
proving, except In leeward Hawaii and
portions of leeward Maul.
REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS.
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Kuumnna Much needed rain lias
fallen; crops of all kinds show decided
Improvement, due to milder weather,
Intermittent showers, and sunshine;
water supply stll too short for the
llumlng of cane; pastures Improving;
stripping cane. .1. E. Gamallelson.
Hllo Showery weather; snow fell on
Mauna Kea first of week L. C. Lyman.
Papalkou Weather cloudy, with
showers; the rain has helped us out
considerably In our llumlng and power,
and has freshened up our cane fields;
grinding, plowing and planting. John
Popeekeo Nlco showers and milder
weather; flumes now well filled; young
cane Improving; cleaning up Holds,
plowing, and planting; cutting cane
and making sugar. .las. Webster.
Honomu Weather much warmer this
week; have had good rains sufllclunt
for growing cane, but water heads are
still low; stripping, clearing and har
vesting cane. Win. Pullar.
Laupaliochoe Weather calm and
warmer, with showery nights; seas
smooth; coffee picking advancing on
higher levels. E. W. Barnard. -
Ookala The weather has improved
during the week, being clear and
warmer; snow on mountain summit has
gradually disappeared; vegetation
much benefitted by change in weather
conditions. W. G. Walker.
Paauhau Weather clear, with con
siderably higher temperatures since
5th; light trade winds throughout the
week H. Glass.
Upper Paauhau Weather warm and
partially dry, with moderate northeast
winds and a great deal of sunshine a)1(, Hhow very mtlc t.imnKe (rom jBt
during' latter part of week; cane Is in ! wep)v'. R. Waters,
good condltlon-Dr. C. BulTett. Kaiiukuvery dry. with high north-
Honokaa Early part of week cloudy eaHt01.ly wnds; crops show more
and wet; higher tempernture with BrowU)i owim to warmer weather:
abundant sunshine during last four ( 10t.n(f stripping, plowing and harrow
days C. H. Bragg. In(, imrVpStlng and grinding cane.
XNiuui iuer a goou rain, we nuvu
had sunshine, and these two favorable
conditions have brightened the color of
cane leaves und have been very bene
ficial to all growing crops; stripping,
cutting and grinding cane; plowing
land Robert Hnll.
Kohala Mission Weather of tho
week has been warmer, and rain has
been sufficient for present needs; no
appreciable growth In crops or pas
tures Dr. B. D. Bond.
Puaka Ranch Weather warmer, with
. "h1t w nd?s " "", ,,ur "K 'T,.' .
I "'-,-"' "" """". " '
Puuhue Weather changeable; light
southerly winds, shifting later to north
east trades; pastures fair. S. I. Woods
Kamuela Calm, bright weather, In
decided contrast to the cold and stormy
days of last week; stock will suffer un
loss we have southrely rains soon.
Mrs. E. W. Hay.
Kcalakukua Warmer weather with
plenty of sunshine during hitter part of
week; light shower on lith. Rev. S. II.
Kealakokua The drought continues;
iisiRlnrnire Is now verv short and of
i ,...,. .mi,fv. in miiRenmmee of which
' atock ,H rU,,dy U)HlnK condition; wea-
ther yury ceu. und dliy Warm. Robert
Kau Weather warmer with light
showers of rain and good Indications
Of more to follow. F. H. Hnyselden.
I'afiula Warmer woather during the
past week; some rain, but not enough
to do much good to cane and grass.
If. D. Harrison.
Kapoho Warmer woather, with good
rains during the early part of week;
vegetation Hhows decided Improvement
due to rain and warmth without high
winds H. J. Lyman,
Oltia Heavy showers during week,
affording stilllclont moisture for grow
ing oano but no water for flumos;
started to grind cane on the 10th K.
ISLAND OF MAUI.
Kiimhulu 'Light variable winds and
I.Wr temperatures; nUnfal. Insuffl
dent for growing enne, although wo
, '"' VW w sumcient lor miming.
Huelo Vegetation Improving under
morn fnvnrnhle cnmllllnnH of temnern
I tu ru and sunshine; stock appears bet-
tor than Inst week; heavy freshets dur-
Ing fore part of weok-W. F. rogue.
Haiku Orops responding to warmer
NEWS Blf CABLE j
Wl'IKTKH IN WAMAW.
WAMHAW. February 14.-WT has
heetl partially ntutned.
DUKL WITH IIIQ QUNf.
KUltoKt II RA DQUA lYPHM, Feb
ruary 14. Dally artillery dlWla r pro-
gwswlna;. The weather la HWdwatlng.
BHKATOR MtTCHKLL IXDICTKD.
PORTLAND, Or., February 14 Mit
chell and Hall have been Indicted for
conspiracy to comiHwHle United State
District Attorney Heney.
1IKAHHT AND 9ULL1AN.
WASHINGTON, February 14 Hearst
of New York jiml Sullivan of Massa
chusetts exchanged personalities In
the House yeaterday. Hearst accused
Sullivan of i ompltclty In a murder.
THE M I, DEBT IN YKARR
CHICAGO. February 14. The wea
ther is the (oldest known in six years.
It extends from Canada to the Gulf
and from the Rockies to the Atlantic
Many people have been frosen and the
loss in live stock is heavy.
weather and sunny days; pineapples
show Improvement; sisal growing finely
and has not apparently been much af
fected by the cold of the past month;
pasturage and grassing stock Improving.
D. D. Baldwin.
Pala Fine weather, with jaomewhat
higher temiteraturee; all branches of
plantation work progressing as usual;
no rain. J. J. Jones.
Mnkawao Fore part of week sultry
and cloudy; latter imVt warm and clear
with light variable winds becoming
northeasterly; no rain; pastures start
ing and condition of stock Improving;
planting corn potatoes and grain. E.
Knhulul Wentlier slightly warmer,
with clear sunshiny days; no rain. R.
Puunene Wentlier perceptibly warm
er; light southerly winds J. N. S.
Walluku Weather steady, with cool
nights still cool; harvesting enne and
plowing land C. B. Wells.
Walluku Weathed steady, with cool
nights setting out rice; garden truck
scarce Hro. Frank.
Klhel on the whole, weather
throughtout tlic week good for cane,
though again too dry, and unless rain
soon falls pumping must be agniu re
sorted to, which Is very exceptional
at this time of year; continued progress
in harvesting, and cane yielding well.
Kaanapull Fine clear weather with
strong northeast winds; pastures and
crops need rain. W. Robb.
ISLAND , OF OA.HII.
M'liunawVu Weather has been very
dry for this time of year; pastures
fair; coffee coming Into blossom; pick
ing coffee. John Herd.
Ewa Weather conditions fair; crops
Improving In appearance. G. F. Ren
ton. Sisal Weather wanner; sisal needs
rain S. A. Deel.
Walanae Weather much warmer this
week, and more favorable for growing
crops. V. Meyer
wnlawa Plncnntilp plants look well
R. T. Chrlstophersen.
Lale The warm and calm weather
of the past week has been decidedly
more favornble for the growth of crops
cane has made fair progress. D. D.
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
Kekaha Clear weather with warmer
nights; cane doing well. H. P. Faye.
Koloa Light showers are falling;
nights still cool; harvesting and grind
ing cane. E. W. Russell.
Llhue Weather has Improved dur-
Ing the week; trade winds and showers
with n good rain on tho 9th. F. Weber.
Kealla Warmer weather, though
rather dry; mill grinding steadily.
G. H. Falrchlld.
Kllauea Good rains during fore part
of week; exceptionally line weathur for
young ratoous and plant cane. L. II.
Hnnalel Woathor warm, with north
easterly winds; young rice doing well.
E. G. K. Dovorlll.
A. McC. ASHLEY.
Entered for Record Fob. 11, 1903.
Est of Charles Notloy Sr by Exors
to P M Pond Rel
Esther Kelle and hsb to M W Tuchudl
A B Lindsay to Jose M Medelros...Rel
Frederick H Lyman Alfdt
Mahelona (k) to J B Plllwale D
Joan do S Barboza and wf to Josoph
ilc S. Ramos D
Florence W Hornor to John T. Go
Jose Tuchara upd wf to Joao Car
Antoijlo J I'elxoto and wf to Maria
P tjns Santos D
Entered for Record Fab. 13, 1905.
D W Pao nnd wf to Kapuka D
Inniiah Awana and hub to Frcdm-lrk
W Hardy M
W O Aiken to John J Abreu Rel
R Puukl to Lapuale (w) D
A Kabannnul and wf o M Kawa-
akaukahl k) D
A" J Campbell to Tain Pong A
Kaluawal and wf to William E Ro
Moalknlwl (w) to George N Wilcox.. D
Mary K Hnrbottle and hsb to Wll
IN USE. ALL
FOR PAUL JONES
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT ASK8
CONGRB8 TO MAKE A SUITABLE
APPROPRIATION FOR PURPOSE.-
Associated Press, MorrMng Service.
WASHING, February 14. President
Roosevelt has requested Congress to
appropriate J8fi,000 to search for the
body of John Paul Jones In an aban
doned cemetery of Paris and erect a
The result of the search Instigated
In 1899 by Henry Vlgnaud, secretary of
the United States embassy at Paris as
well as an enthusiastic nrchaoioglst,
was the location of the grave of Com
modore John I'aul Jones as being
somewhere beneath the house at No.
1 Rue des Ecluses Salnt-Martln which
was built on the corner of a cemetery
abandoned in 1793. The burial of Jones
took place In the year previous, July
20, 1792. Owing to tile Intense feeling
against Protestants In the early part
of the last century records of Protest
ant burials are hard to And but docu
ments have been dug up which ap
proximately locate the burial place of
the Amerlcnn naval hero.
There are no records stating whether
Jones was burled in uniform or not o-
descrlblng his collln so It Is somewhat
doubtful whether the exact spot can
be found or the remains discovered
Excavations have shown that th
whole tract once covered by the ceme
tery consists of what Is technically
known as "corpse loam" and Is full of
bones, the cemetery having been over
crowded. As the body of the commo
dore was one of the last to be burled
It Is very likely that it was Interred
near what was the entrance to the
graveyard. If he was burled In his
uniform there might be a few brass
buttons or the sword by which the
body might be Identified.
The place was used as a stable after
the graveyard was discontinued andIilo. When Benjamin Pitman married!
then as a laundry. In digging a pit for i KlunoK the Knmehainoha of that time
the boiler of the laundry many bones '-'vo the husband the control of the
were exhumed. At present the place Hllo d'slrlct.
is occupied by a photographer. Gouver- Hooln'-.i's fulie wn Kaim'olrimoku,
neur Morris visited Jones when ho was one or the tnnti twin princes, wnose er
on his deathbed and drew up his will flgles are seen In the Hawaiian coat-
for him, "when his extremities had
already become cold." By an odd co
incidence the street loading Into the
Rue des Eccluses Salnt-Martln opposite
the house under which the remains of
Jones He Is named Rue Vlcn d'AzIr
after the physician of Queen Marie An
toinette ,the same physician who visit
ed Jones with Guoverneur Morris.
Tho French government asserts that
it defrayed the expenses of the com
modore's funeral. MorrisHn his diary
says that the funeral was an oxtromely
simple one as the minister did not feel
authorized to spend the money of the
estate which was waited with Impa
tience by Jones' relatives or the
money of the United Status. From
this it would seem that tho French
government did not pay for the funeral
and It seems unlikely that the body
was burled In a uniform.
Llam R Castle Tr M
William R Castle and wf to Julia F
Chlng Mow to l.uni Yan O M
Hop Sing In Co Co-P D
David Dayton to Mrs. Nellie Spitz.... D
David Dayton to J Alfred Magoon.. ..D
C McLennan to William O Smith.. P A
Est of Katelpua Kniioa by Tr to G
N Wilcox I-
G N Wilcox to Tr of Est Kalelpua
Kanoa S L
Mary E Foster by atty to Kahlua
kea (w)... IWI
Recorded Jan. 31, 1905.
Grace D Morrill by Tr to Culvln B
Camp, Rel; por ap 1 R P 2072 and gr
524, Kaiulanl Drive, Honolulu. Oahu.
r,70. II 2C0, p 15C. Dated Jan 30, 1905.
C E Camp and wf to Mutual Bldg &
Loan Socy of Haw Ltd, M; por up 1
R P 2072 and gr 524, Kaiulanl Drive,
Honolulu, Oahu. $1300. B 2(52, p 241.
Dated Jan 20, 1905.
A C Lovekln to Jns F Morgan, Can
L; lot 15 of gr 110, Manoa Valley. Ho
nolulu. Oahu. B 190, p 448. Dated Jan
W Matlock Campbell to Trs of Oahu
Collcgo. Mi lot 8 blk li and bldgs. Col
k1go Hills, Honolulu, Oahu. $2000. B
202, p 243. Dated Nov 25, 1904.
D H Kahawall and wf to Mokllinna
M K P Kaklmi (v) D; Itit In shares
In hul land, Wnlnlhn, Hnlelen, Knual.
$10. B 270, j) 1(1. Dated Oct 24, 1695.
llawn Realty & Maturity Co Ltd to
Weng Hlng, A L; Int In 2 pes land,
cor Hotel nnd Keknullko sis, etc, Ho
nolulu. Oahu. tWO. B 203, p 240. Dat
od Doc, 0, 1904.
Star Want Ads ray 25 rents,
WATCH US ARE NOW
ARE GUARANTEED BY
AMERICAN WALTHAM WATOH
MASS., U. S. A. THIS GOM
PANY IS THE LARGEST
CONCERN IN THE WORLD.
AILAU In Hllo. Hawaii, February,
11. 190R, Mrs. Mary Ann Kaaumofcukuit
Kinoole Pitman Alhvu, tfcuighter of Uve
High Chlefeaa Klnol and the lata
Benjamin Pitman, and widow of John
Keakaokalani Allan, nged 87 years.
Mrs. Allan wiw known from one end
of the group to the other, and In lloe-
ton and lii.iny of the Atlantic waterlnc
She was Irani at llilo (7 years ae
and with the exception of nmnbert4f
years spent In Ikwrton und New Him
laml ooinpletl.. her education, ah al
ways resided Jn the island. She W
a daughter of Benjamin Pitman, a cap
italist, who resided both In Hllo and
Honolulu. The" Pitman home- was at
tho corner of Alakeit and Beretanla
streets, on the site now occupied by the
C. Q. Yco Hop building.
The Pltmans uuniu heie from Boston,
where they were well connected. Mrs.
Allau's father-in-law also resided here
for a number of yarn. Her father
married the High Chlofess Kinoole,
daughter of the High' Chief Hoolulu.
Hoolulu achieved fame as one of the
two men who concealed the bone of
Kamehameha the Groat in a ca.ve,
which has never been disclosed to this
day. the secret dying with both men.
The body of Kamehameha the Great
was originally burled nt Kamakahonu,
Kallua. Hawaii, the grave Itself being
known as Ahuenn. When the bones
were removed from there, they lay In
state, with chiefs waving kahilis over
them. When many had fallen asleep.
Hoolulu and hU hnlf-brothnr. Prince
Hooplll, crept forward, took away the
Imjiics. which were wrapped In an ahuu
la. and carried them awny In a canoe.
It Is generally Jjellevcd that tho two
men went to the North Kona coast, and
that Hoolulu dived to a submarine
cave, tho location being known only to
himself and Hooplll. and Tilaced the
royal bones therein. There lias been
a common belief also that the bones
were hid In a cave in the face of the
Pali Knpuokoou.i. the picturesque blurt
which overhand Kotilakekun Bay,
where Captain Cook was killed.
Hoolulu was aio a cJvIef. who had
control of the whole of the Hllo dis
trict from the mountains fo th sea.
and his two daughters, Kinool" and
''tiln" wei culled th" Prlncesos of
Mrs. Ailau was educated oth In Hllo
and Honolulu under private tenohers,
nnd completed her education In Boston,
where her father took his family after
the death of Kinoole.
She leaves one brother, Benjamin
Pitman, a prominent business man of
Boston, and n member of the firm of L.
P. Hollander & Co., having mnrried the
daughter of Mr. Hollander. Another
brother. Henry, became a captain of
cavalry during the War of the Rebel
lion In the United States. II? was tnk
en prisoner by the rebels and confined
! In Llbhy Prison, whore his health broke
down. Upon his release he failed rap
Idly and died.'
Mrs. Allan was one of the brldosmnlds
of Queen Emmii at the time of her
marriage to Knmohamehn IV, on June
Admiral George Hockley was the first
cousin of the deceased, and Hon. F. W.
Hockley, Speaker of tho House In the
nst legislature, was her second cousin.
The delegates to the Gonoral Conven
lon of tho Protestant Episcopal Church
held In Hostnn last October, met a
number of people from Boston nnd oth
er New England places who romembor
cd Mrs. Allan nnd made- inquiries re
garding hor. When she lived In Bos
ton she ued frequently to visit the wa
tering place of tho Now Englanil
coast, and wherever she went she at
tracted much attention hv hor swim
ming In which she excelled.
After her father's death she return
ed to Hawaii and married J. K. Allan,
fl compositor and a singer. He died In
San Francisco during the Midwinter
Fair In 1904. She lenves one Adopted
MARION OIIILCOTT SAILHD TODAY
,The ship Marlon Chllcott sailed y-
Jerdny for Monterey,
TRAVELERS FIND CHAMBER
LAIN'S COUGH RHMHDY
Mr. C. W. Kckcrman, manager of the
Smlth-Pronilor Typewriter Co., at
Omaha. Nebraska. U ,S. A., who Is n
staunch frlund of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, says: "I hnvo taken mrtl
cular notice that this remedy soems to
bo carried by drug stores In nil parts
of thn country, which is quite an Item
when ono Is traveling. It gives mo
plpnsuro to say I hat I have used It for
years nnd have always found It highly
satisfactory, effecting a cure In n short
er tlmo than any other medicine." For
Snlo by all dealers, Benson, Smith A
Co., agents for Hawaii,