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TUB HAWAIIAN STAIt, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1001. n SEVBK V OHOJC03B Ladles' Silk Kimonos , Children's Silk Kimonos Silk Short Kimonos Japanese Silks (In all colors) per Silk Cushion Covers with Coat of A kerchiefs, Japanese Purses for ladles, J Vases at very low prices. k:. fukuroda. 28 and 82 Hotel St Robinson Block. THE Limited. ESTABLISHED 1880. Capital Subscribed Yen 24,000,000 Capital Paid Up 18,000,000 Reserve Fund 9,720,000 HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA. Dranohos: Honolulu, New York, San Francisco, London, Lyons, Bombay, Hongkong", Newchwang, Pekln, Shanghai, Tientsin, Kobe, Nagasaki, Toklo. The Banks buys and receives for col lection Bills of Exchange, Issue Drafts and Letters of Credit, and transacts a genral banking business. Honolulu Branch 67 King Street CORPORATION NOTICE DIVIDEND NOTICE. CALIFORNIA SAFE DEPOSIT AND TRUST COMPANY. Corner California and Montgomery Sts., Sun Francisco. For the six months ending June 30, 1905, dividends have been declared on the deposits In the savings department of this company as follows: On term deposits at the rate of 3 6-10 per cent per annum, and on ordinary deposits at the rate of 3U per cenUper annum, free from taxes, and payable on and after Saturday, July 1, 1905. J. DALZELL BROWN, Manager. DIVIDEND NOTICE. THE GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY. E26 California St., San Francisco. For the half-year ending June 30, 1905, a dividend has been declared at the rate of three and one-half (3) per cent per annum on all deposits, free of taxes, payable on and after Saturday, July 1, 1905. GEORGE TOURNY, Secretary. ran BUI! Ltd. J. P. Cooke, Manager. OFFICURS: IIP. BalUwin President J. B. Castle First Vice-President 'W. M. Alexander.Second Vice-President L. T. Peck Third Vice-President , J. Waterhouse Treasurer G. M. Rolph Secretary W. O. Smith Auditor Sugar Factors and Commission flerchants AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Company, Haiku Sugar Company, Paia Plantation, Maui Agricultural Company, Kihel Plantation Company, Hawaiian Sugar Company, Kahuku Plantation Company, Kahului Railroad Company, Haleakala Ranch Company. Grand Moonlight ert BY THE Symphony Society At tho beautiful Walklkl grounds of Mr. Jas. B. Castle. Saturday, July 15 AT 8:15 P. M. Admission EOc. BEAVER LUNCH ROOM, Fort Street. Opposite Wilder & OA H. J. NOLTE, PROP'R. First-Class Lunches served wltk tea, coffee, soda vater, ginger ale or milk. Smokers Requisites a Specialty. K. TJYEDA 1028 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, T. H. Between King and Hotel Street, Straw Hat Manufactory. Any Style of Straw Hat made to order. Panama and Felt Hat Cleaned. Want ads In Tho Star bring quick re sults. Three lines three times for 25 cents. i i .M jHI OMUIUBl'I Cone GOODS jc.H 1.7S s.2B yard 4o mis, Silk Linen and Cotton Hand apanese Screens and latest stylet tti A OFJE VISIT THE PROGRAM WHICH HAS BEEN GOTTEN UP CONTAINS A DEAL OF USEFUL INFORMATION. The souvenir program of entertain ment for the Tntt party Is well gotten up. Diamond Head, tho Manchuria Itself and panoramic views of Honolulu and Walklkl are worked Into the cover de sign. The full membership of the com mittee Is given as follows: The Governor of Hawaii, Honorary Chairman; .ur. L. E. Plnkham, Chair man; Mr. E. D. Tenney, President Chamber of Commerce; Mr. G. W. Smith, President Merchants' Associa tion; Mr. John Emmeluth, President Builders & Traders' Exchange; Hon. J. Kuhlo Kalanianaole, Delegate In Con gress; Mr. G. F. Bush, Mr. Marston Campbell, 'Mr. J. H. Craig, Mr. Walter F. Dillingham, Mr. .J. A. Gllman, Mr. J. A. M Johnson, Mr. F. J. Lowrey, Capt. H. W. Lyon, U.S.N.; Mr. F. W. Macfarlane, Mr. E. A. Mclnerny, Col. Samuel Parker, Mr. M. Phillips, Mr. L. T. Peck, Mr. A. G. M. Robertson, Mr. Mark Robinson, Adj. -Gen. J. H. Soper, N.G.H.; Mr. J. G. Spencer, Maj. V Robert C. van Vllet, U.S.A.; Edward j common scnooIs; m. Nov. 27. 18S4, An M. Boyd, Secretary. n(J E Bar(li Topeka, Kan. Admitted Committee of Ladles-Mrs. George R. i tQ b lssl aml ensaged in practice; Carter, Chairman; Mrs. F. M. Hatch, 'ft shawnee Co., 1884-8; mem. Con- Mrs. E. D. Tenney, vice unairmen; ; iurs. j. . AiKiiaun, iii,,., anaole. Mrs. S. B. Dole, Mrs. H. W. F. Frear, Mrs. R. C. van Vllet, Mrs. Restarlck, Mrs. George W. Smith, Mrs. C. B. Cooper, Mrs. Samuel Parker, Miss Alice Jones, Miss Nellie White. The program reads as follows: Honolulu will welcome Secretary . Taft and the members of his party, up- on the arrival of the Manchuria off the harbor at davbreak on the morning of.Cth Mo. dlst., lVJl-lUOo; Democrat, au July 14th . The morning will be devoted to ex cursions, luncheon will be had at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel and tho after noon will be given over to such sight seeing about the city as members of N- Y 1S72; Williams Coll., with distin the party may elect. The Aquarium, j But3Ue(1 honors, 1S77; m. Marry Mc Waiklkl Beach the Blshon Museum, T.or.n s.kikii. v v- isrr- mimitteit flip hnslness! section Kaniolanl Park. --, . the Executive and other public build- lugs, sites for naval station and army post, and other points of interest may be visited. There will be a rendezvous on the kl for the afternoon. Members of the Hiuuuu ui lilt; ,Lutuiii iiuici, u. viiun- pa'rty n)ay be met ihe,.e uy personal' frlenils nml the of the cit,. Sea bathing and surf boating will afford a Unlon Co11- Lfuv' LU " 1S83: Emitted pleasing and restful variation in the 1 ' br fame ar; has smce prac day's enjoyment. There will be music ticed 111 Chicago. Mem. Congress, 1S9., by the Hawaiian band and a Quintet ?"3, 7th I. Mat., and 1903-5, 10th dlst ; Club will sing Hawaiian airs. j Ren- Introduced bill to reorganize the a. m. Arrive at Naval dock from steamer Carriages in waiting will con- vey all those who may wish to the Nuuanu Pall. The driving tour Will occupy two and one-half hours. ! 10:30 a. m. Special train to Honolu- lu Plantation and Sugar Mill, with stops to look over the lochs of Pearl Harbor. : 12:30 p. m. Luncheon at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel. 2:30 p. m. Electric car trip through the city to Walklkl with stop at Aqua-, rlum. Optional trips to Pearl Harbor by U. S. S. Iroquois to Inspect site of U. S. Naval Station; to Kahaulki, site! of U. S. Army Barracks; about Hono-! lulu and through Us public buildings, may be made under the escort of spe cial sub-committees. 6 p. m. Return to Manchuria. ALOHA NUI OE REALTY TRANSFERS t t Entered for Record July 13, 1905. Lul Keho)u to Kalelkoa (k) D Ida E. Lamb by atty to Abraham Kaleikau Bel Abraham Kaleikau and wf to Rich ard T Trent Tr M C. Brewer & Co Ltd to Joseph Coc kett et al D F Tasca Halstoad and hsb by atty to E -zabeth Rycroft D Elizabeth Rycroft and hsb to Bank of Hawaii Ltd M HIS REASON. Bobby had been kept In the house all afternoon for being naughty and along toward evening he said: "Mamma, 1 wish we lived in a flat." "Why, Bobby?" queried his mother. "Because," answered the little fel low, "people who own Hats don't al low children In them." FITS. Those awful, agonizing , dangerous fits are the result of an aggravated condition of nervous debility. Dr. Miles' Nervine has made many remark able cures by restoring health and strength to the nervous system. Sold by druggists under a guarantee that the first bottle will benefit, or your money returned. Really refreshing Is Rainier Beer. In all the world you will find no better remedy for that "spring feeling." Fine Job Printing, Star Office. I WHO'S WHO B THE TAFT PARTY The following details concerning a number of those composing the Taft party are compiled from "Who's Who In America:" WILLIAM BOURKE COCKRAN. Lawyer, orator, b. Ireland, Feby. 28, 1854; ed. In Ireland and France; camo to U. 8., 1871; taught In private acad.; later prln. of a public school In West chester Co., N.Y., then a lawyer, soon becoming prominent In New York city politics; made noteworthy speeches at Nat. Deni. Convs., 1884 and 1892, oppos ing nomination of Cleveland: mem. Congress, 1S91-5, as Democrat. In 1S96 became advocate of the gold standard and campaigned for McKinley. On Is sue of anti-Imperialism returned to Dem. party, 1900, and campaigned for Bryan. Residence; 763 nth Av. Ofllce: 31 Nassau St., New York. HENRY ALLEN COOPER. Congressman, lawyer; b. Walworth Co.. Wis.: grad. Northwestern Univ., 1S73; Union Coll. of Law, Chicago, 1875; admitted to bar; dlst. att'y Racine Co., 1880-6; delegate to Nat. Rep. conv., 1SS1; mem. bd. of od'n, Racine, 18S6-7; State senator, 1SS7-9; mem. Congress, 1893 1905, lst Wis. dlst.; Republican. Home: Racine, Wis. , CHARLES CURTIS. Congressman, lawyer; b. N. Topeka, Shawnee Co., Kan., Jan. 25, 18G0; ed. gresgj 4th Kan l11aU 1893.9. from lst Kan. dlst..lSS9-1905; Republican. Home: -. DAVID A. DE ARMOND. Congressman, lawyer; b. Blair Co. Pa., March IS, 1844; reared on farm; ed in common schools and at Williams port Dickinson Sem.; practiced law at uuuer, .mo.; presiuemmi elector, iaoi. State senator, circuit judge and Mo. Supreme Court comm'r. Mem Congress, dress; Butler, Mo. EDWARD MITCHELL DRISCOLL. Congressman, lawyer; b. Syracuse. N. Y., Feb. 9, 1S51; s. Michael and Ellen D. ; grad. Monroe Collegiate Inst., Eldrldg". ic7n. (,,.,. i ,,,,,rit, I lv uai , auii, j.,v.i.i-i.i ... II- actions against large corporation.: mem. Congress, 27th (now 29th) N. Y. ust., 1899-1905; Republican. Residence, 218 Green St. Olilce: University Blk.. Syracuse, N. Y. TnATTTVn CVniJCT "PCm Congressman, lawyer; b. Berkshire, Vt., July 2, 1S63; grad. Harvard. 1885. ",lvy " ' u " esB' """ Lum" oul" ""e: uoiuoi. Terrace, Chicago. TASKER HOWARD BLISS. Army officer; b. Lewisburg, Pa., Dec. 31. 1853; s. George Ripley (D.D., LL. D.) and Mary A. B.; ed. Lewisburg Acad., 1S67-9, enter Univ. at Lewisburg (now Bucknell Univ.) 1809. and finished sop- homore year; grad. West Point, 1875, U. S. Arty. Sch., 1SS4, m. May 24, 1882, Ele- anora E. Anderson, Rosemont, Pa. Served Lst U. S. Arty., 1875-92; adj. Arty Sch., 1884-5; rector of bd. apptd. by the President, 1884, to report on mil. value of Interior AVater ways of the U. S.; prof. mil. science U. S. Naval War Coll., 1885-8; a.-d.-c. to Lt. Gen. Schofielrt comdg. U.S.A., and Insp. rifle practice, 1S8S-95; transferred to subsistence dept. 1892; on sp'l transferred to subsistence dept. 1892; on sp'l duty with Sec. of War 1895-7; apptd. July, 1897. mil. attache at U. S. legation, Madrid, on staff Minister Stewart L. Woodford; left Madrid April 21, 189S, date of declaration of war bet. Spain and U. S. Served through Porto Rlcan campaign, 1S9S, chief of staff to Maj.-Gen. James II. Wilson, comdg. lst dlv. lst Army Corps; served Oct. and Nov., 1S9S, In Cuba as mem. bd. officers to select camp sites for U. S. troops; collector customs, port of Havana, and chief Cuban Customs Service, Dec. 189S. to May 20. 1902. Apptd. brlg.-gen. U.S. V.. April 20, 1901; brlg.-gen. U.S.A. July 21. 1902; apptd. Nw. 13, 1902, sp'l envoy to Cuba to negotiate treaty of reciprocity hot. Cuba and the U. S.: pres. Army War Coll.. since Aug. 15. 1903. Address: War Dept., Washington. MURPHY JAMES FOSTER. U. S. senator, lawyer; b. Franklin, La., Jan. 12, 1S49; studied at Washing ton and Lee Univ.. 1867-8; grad. Cum berland Univ., 1870; grad. law dept.. Tulane Uni,v., 1871: engaged in law practice. Franklin, La.; mem. La. sen ate, 1880-92 (pres. 1888-90); led and won fight against La. State lottery; mar ried. Gov. La., 1S92-1900; U. S. senator. La., 1901-7. Democrat. Address: Frank lin. La. EBENEZER J. HILL. Congressman; b. Redding, Conn., Aug 4, 1845; ed. public school, Norwalk, and 2 years at Yale (A. M... 1S92). Is pres. Norwalk Gas Light Co., v.-p. Nat. Bank ot Norwalk; has served twice as bur gess of Norwalk and twice as chairman board of school visitors, Norwalk; del egate Nat. Rep. Conv., 1884; mem. Conn, senate, 18S6-7; 1 term on Rep. State Com. Mem. Congress, 1895-1905, 4th Conn. dlst. Republican. Home; Nor walk, Conn. MILFORD AV. HOWARD. Lawyer; b. Rome. Ga., Dec. 18, 1862; admitted to bar, 1881, and began prac- tlco at Ft. Payne, Ala., pros, atty., De real ostate business at Milwaukee; Kalb Co., 4 years; city atty. Ft. Payn", mom. Milwaukee common council, 1887 5 terms; chamn. De Kalb Co. Dem. ex. 94; trustee Milwaukee Public Library, com. Mem. Congress, 1895-7, 7th Ala. 1887-91; tniBtee Mllwnukoe Public Mu dist.; Populist. Author: If Christ Came seum, 1891-91; defeated for comptroller to Congress; The American Plutocracy, 1S96. Address: Ft. Payne, Ala. WILLIAM ATKINSON JONES. Congressman, lawyer; b. Warsaw, Va., March 21, 1849; s. Thomas and Ann (Seymour) J.; In winter, 1804-5, entered Vn. Mil. Institute., and remained until evacuation of Richmond, serving with cadets In the defense of that city; grad. law dept., Univ. of Va., 1870; engaged in law practice; m. Jan., 1889, Claude D. Motley. Delegate-at-large Dem. Nat. Conv. 1896, 1900, mem. Congress lst Va. dlst., 1S91-1905. Address: Warsaw, Va. CHARLES FREDERICK JOY. Congressman, lawyer; b. Morgan Co., 111., Dec. 11, IS 19: grad. Yale, 1S74; ad mltted to bar. 1S70; has since practiced j in St. Louis, Mo.; was returned elected , to 53d Congress (1S93-5), but unseated on contest: mem. Congress 11th Mo. dlst., 1S95-1903; Republican. Married. Home: 41S0 Westminster Pa., St. Louis, Mo. CHESTER I. LONG. U. S. senator, lawyer; b. Perry Co., Pa., Oct. 12, 1SC0: academic ed'n: re moved with parents to Davies Co., Mo.. 1S65, to Paola, Kan., 1S79; admitted to bar, 1SS5; m. Feb. 12, 1S95, Anna Bache, Paola, Kan. Mem. Kan. senate, 1SS9 93; mem. Congress, 1S95-7 and 1S99-1903, 7th Kan. dlst.: U. S. senator, 1903-9: Republican. Home. Medicine Lodge, Kan. SERENO E. PAYNE. Congressman, lawyer; b. Hamilton, N. Y June 20, 1S43; grad. Univ. of j Rochester, 1S61: admitted to bar, 1S66; practices at Auburn; m. 1873, Gertruda Knapp. City clerk, Auburn, 1SCS-71; 3 supervisor. 1871-2. dist. att'y, Cayuga Co., 1873-9: pres. bd. of ed'n, 1879-82: mem. Congress, 1S83-7: and again 18S9 1905. Republican. Chmn. Com. on Ways and Means. Mem. High Joint Comm'n. to negotiate treaty with Can ada, 1898. Residence: Auburn, N. Y. NICHOLAS LONGWORTH. Congressman, lawyer; b. at Cincin nati. Nov. 5, 1S69; s. of Nicholas and Susan (Walker), L.; grad. Harvard 1891, Harvard Law School, 1893, Cincin nati Law School, 1894. Admitted to bar, 1894; mem. Bd. Ed'n. Cincinnati, 1898, Ohio Ho. Reps., 1899-1901; Ohio Senate, 1901-3; congressman lst Ohio dlst., 1903-5; mem. Ohio State Rep. Com. since 1900. Mem. Stamina Rep. League, Cincinnati. Unmarried:. Clubs Queen City, Blaine (Cincinnati); Columbus (Columbus); Somerset (Boston); Met ropolitan (Washington). Residence: Grandin Rd. Office: 1st Nat. Bank Bldg., Cincinnati. EUGENE FRANCIS LOUD. Congressman, merchant; b. Ablng ton, Mass., March 12, 1847; went to sea and to Calif, at age of 13; served as pvt. In Union cav., 1862, until close of war; returned to Calif. Studied law; was in the customs service; afterwards followed mercantile business. Mem. Callf. legislature, 1881; cashier and tax collector of city anil co. of San Fran cisco; mem. Congress. 5th Calif, dlst., 1891-1903; Republican; chmn. com. on postofilces and post roads. Home: 1305 Octavia St., San Francisco. FRANCIS GRIFFITHS NEWLAND3. U. S. senator from Nevada; b. Nat chez, Miss., Aug. 28, 1848, entered class, 1867, at Yale Coll.; remained until mid dle Junior yr.; studied Columbian Law School; admitted to D. C. bar; went to San Francisco; practiced law there until 1886, when ho became a trus tee of .the estate of William Sharon, formerly U. S. senator from Nev., has been active as advocate of free coin age of silver; for years v.-chmn. Nat. Silver Com.; active m Irrigation de velopment and other matters of west ern interest; mem. Congress, 1893-1903; a nominee of Silver and Democratic parties; U. S. senator, 1903-9. Home: Reno, Nev. THEOBALD OTJEN. Congressman; b. West China, St. Clair Co., Mich., Oct. 27, 1851; s. John C. and Dorthea O.; academic ed'n. Fore man In rolling mill, Mllwnukeo Iron Co., 1870-2: grad. (law dept.) Univ. of Mich., 1873; admitted to bar; practiced, Detroit, 1S73-S2; since then In law and or Milwaukee, 1800; defeated for Con gress, 1892, mid at special election, 1893. Mem. Congress 4th Wis. dlst., 1895 1808; Rep. Address; Milwaukee, Wis. THOMAS MACDONALD PATTERSON U. S. senator; b. County of Curlow, Ireland, Nov. 4, 1S40; s. Jnmes and Margaret (Mountjoy) 1'.; came to U. 3. In childhood; ed. Ind. common schools and 1 year at Asbury (now De Pauw) Univ., 1 year Wabash Coll.; m. Water town, N. Y.. 1S63, Katherlne Grafton (died July -0, 1902). Admitted to bar; practiced In Denver; city attorney, Denver, 1874; delegate In Congress, Colorado Territory. 1875-7: elected first member Congress, 1875-7; elected first member Congress, Colorado, for term 1877-9 (certificate was given to James B. Belford, who was unseated. Air. P. taking seat December 13, 1877), pur chased Rocky Mountain News, 1890; has edited It ever since, but continuing law practice. Delegate Dem. Nat. Convs., 1S7G, 1SS0, 18S8, 1892; mem. Dem. Nat. Com., 1S74-1880; tDeni. nom inee for gov. Colo., 1888. " As mem. com. on resolutions, 1S92, brought In minority report, no other joining, fav oring declaration for free coinage of silver (voted down by large majority, but declaration adopted 1S96). Repudi ated Cleveland's nomination, 1S92, and led movement which gave electoral vote of Colo, to James B. Weaver. Elected Bryan elector, 1S9C, 1900; U. S. senator f,.otn Col0ii inoi-7. Democrat. A,1- dress: Denver. NATHAN BAY SCOTT. U. S. senntor (term 1S89-1903): b. In Ohio. Dec. IS, 1S42; ed. common schools, Quaker City, O.; clerked In store; serv ed in Union army, 1S62-G; located at Wheeling after war; became glass mfr.; pres. city council, 1SS0; State sen ator, 1SS2-90; mem. Nat. Rep. Com since 1SS6; comm'r Internal revenue, 1S97-9. Home: Wheeling, W. Vn. S WAGER SHERLEY. Congressman, lawyer; b. Louisville, Nov. 2S, 1871; s. Thomas H. and Ella (Swngar) S.; grad. Loulsvlllo Male High Sch., B. A. 1SS9; Univ. of Vn., B. L., 1891; unmarried. Admitted to bar, Sept. 1S91; mem. Congress, 5th Ky. dlst., 1903-5. Residence: 207 W. Breck inridge St. Office: Louisville Trust Bldg., Louisville. GEORGE W. SMITH. Congressman, lawyer; b. Putnam Co., O., Aug. 18. 184G; grad. McKendree Coll., Lebanon, 111., 1S68; grad. law dept., same univ. at Bloomlngton, 111., 1S70; Admitted to bar, 1870; since then In ac tive practice at Murphysboro. Presi dential elector, 18S0; mem. Congress from 22d 111. dlst., 1SS9-1903, and 25th dist, 1903-5; Republican. Home: Mur physboro, 111. When you reel that U3ual attack of Spring fever omlng cn, don't punish yourself JiMth unpleasant medicines just order a .ase of halnler Beer and be oomfortaKe. VAUDEVILLE AT THE 2 GOOD MUSIC, GOOD DANCING, GOOD SINGING. NEW SPECIALTIES, NEW STUNTS. NEW THEATRE, BEGINNING Saturday Evening, JULY I" , 1GOC Performance Commences at 8:45 p. m, Admission to Grounds and Theatre, 23 Cents. Reserved Seats, 10 Extra. NOTICE. At a meeting of the Board of Super visors of the County of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, held July 1, 1905, In their office, Mclntyre Building, Honolulu, the following resolution was offered nnd adopted by said Board: RESOLUTION. BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Supervisors of tho County of Oahu that all communications requiring the consideration of the Board of Super visors bo addressed to tho County Clerk. Attest: (Signed) D. KALAUOKALANI, JR., Clerk, County ot Oahu. Approved: (Signed) GEO. W. SMITH, Chairman, Board of Supervisors. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. COURT OF LAND REGISTRATION. TERRITORY" OF HAWAII, to THE ICWONG YEE SOCIETY, (a corpor ation), AH SOONG, GEORGE V.'. FOWLER, KEAKALAUOLONO KEAWE, EMMELINE M. MA- GOON, nnd THE TERRITORY Of HAWAII, by LORRIN ANDREWS, Attorney Ceneral, as owners or oc cupantB; Tho Trustees pf ,the Japan. eso Method, n Episcopal Church as follows: K. KAAVASAKI. M. SU ZUKI, G. KUMADA, G. MOTOKA WA, R. II, TRENT, MARK JOHN SON, O. H. WALKER, and H. TA, NAKA and S. YASUMORI: C. T, AKANA, and LAM YIP, as adjoin- ng owners or occupants, and to all whom It may concern: Whereas, a petition has been present ed to said Court by John Alfred Ma- goon to reglstor and confirm his title m the following-described land: Commencing at an Iron bolt at the South corner of lot 2 at angle of fence on the West side of Achl or Haula Lane, said lane being 20 feet wide. From this bolt tho Hawaiian Territorial Survey Monument nt tho West corner of Bere- tanla and Maunaken streets (on an off' set of 12 feet from the South lino of Berotanla street, and 10 feet from the West line of Mnunakea street) bears by true azimuth 30 43' 35", 450.7 feet, and an Iron bolt at the South corner of Lot 1 beam 9 20'. 78 feet from the bolt at the South corner of Lot 1, the above monument bears 42" C C", S83.1 feet, and tho Government survey Station. Punch bowl - boars 276 81', and running br the true azimuth: 189" 20'. 78,0 feet alone tho Wmt side of Achl or Hauln Lnni In an Imn bolt, thence. . 118" 45'. 135.0 feet nlnnr? Tit 3. n Portion of Annua ft. nf t. r A H9ir tn Kelllahonul In Kalawnlilno to an Iron bolt, 9 20'. 78.0 feet fltntln- rnnliiln portion of L. C. A. 11215. Aiiana 6. to tin Iron bolt, thence, 298" 4G', 135.0 feet nlnntr Lot 1. along fence to Inltlnl point. Area, 9,930 Square Feet. The mngnetl variations March 6th. 1905 15. nt initial nolnt bplnir m sn' r?, being Lot 2 in Kalawnhlne Knmanuwal, nnu a portion or Apann C, L. C. A. 11215, j jveiiianonui. You are herebv citeil tn nnMi. n Court of Land Registration, to be held Honolulu, Island of Oahu, on the 26th y Of July. A. D. 1905. fit nno nVtnV and thirty minutes In the afternoon, to snow cause ,If any you have, why tho prayer of said netition KhnnM , granted. And unless you appear at said -oun at the time and place aforesaid our ueinuit will be recorded, and the aid petition will be takn and you will bo forever barred from, contesting said petition or any decree entered thereon. Witness, PHILIP I.. wraAvuti t- quire, Judge of said Court, this 19th day of June, in the year nineteen hundred and five. Attest with Seal of ald court. (Seal) w. L. HOWARD. Registrar. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. COURT OF LAND REGISTRATION. TERRITORY OF HAWAII to THE TRUSTEES under the Will and o the ESTATE of BERNICE PAU AIII BISHOP as follows: J. O. CARTER, S. M. DAMON, AV". O. SMITH, A. AV. CARTER and E. FAXON BISHOP and AVING SING CO., LILIKALANI (w), DAVID DAYTON, THE KAPIO LANI ESTATE LIMITED an Ha waiian Corporation, PETER BERG S. E. BISHOP, S. M. DAMON, AH HOY AKIMA, MRS. MOELOA AVAIAMAU, MRS. CORNELIA A. BISHOP, MRS. KINA KAAVAI HAU NAHAU, MRS. KAPEA KAI AIKAAVAIIA, KAIW1LEI, HEB CHAN BOAV, LUM CHUN, KANI KA, AH FOOK, THE TERRITORY OF HAAA'Aif by LORRIN AN DREWS, Attorney General, LOUISA AKIMA nnd GEORGE R. CARTER, Trustee of MAUD PFLUGER nnd EDITH MORTON, MOLOIIOLOKU and to all whom t may concern: AVhcreas, a petition has been pre sented to said Court by The Estate of S. G. AVllder Ltd., to register and con firm Its title in the following-described land: Commencing at a point on the makal or Southwest side of Kunklnl Street (Iron pin at 0.5 feet offset Into street), said point bearing by true azimuth 31S 41' 458.7 feet from the new Soutli cor ner of Kunklnl and Llllhu streets, and 138 51' 502.5 feet from the S. E. corner of tho AVest abutment of a bridge over the west branch of the Nuuanu Stream and also 13 57' 45", 805.0 feet from a Government Survey Monument In LI llha street near David Dayton's place on a 17 feet offset to the new South east lino of Lillha street, (true nzlmuth of Tuowalna Trig. Station from this monument Is 332 39' CO"), the boundary runs by true azimuths; 1. 48 41', 80.7 feet along lot 12 ot S. E. Bishop's Knllu Lots, 2. 150 23', 97.8 feet along same, 3. 49 27', 96.9 feet along Kauluwela, L. C. A. 7713 Ap. 49 to V. Kamamalu, 4. 39 23' 286.8 feet along same, 5. 318 23', 227.2 feet along L. C. A. 2145 Ap. 1 to Pouhlwa, 6. 224 27', 69.6 feet along L. C. A. 8525B to Julia A. Kauwa, 7. 319 52', 83.1 feet along same, 8. 18 17', 29.0 feet along same. 9. 316 00', 97.9 feet along same, 10. 238 33', 0.0 feet along same, 11. 323 23', 159.5 feet along same to the point of a projecting rock, the "jumping off" rock of the bathing pool called 'Puehuehu," about 40 feet S. AV. from the falls. 12. 22S 43' 210.4 feet to a point In the stream, the boundary following tho edge of tho cliff to the falls and from there, the middle ot the stream, 13. 143 39', 183.0 feet along L. C. A. S525II to Julia A. Kauwa, 14. 118 27', 80.2 feet along same, 15. 66 00', 107.1 feet along same, 16. 146 35', 70.9 feet along same, 17. 223 06', 110.5 feet along same, IS. 228 41', 111.8 feet nlong narrow lane to southwest side of Kuakinl street, 19. 138 41', 150.0 feet nlong Kuakinl street to the point of commencement, Containing an area of 3.90 acres, a little more or less, Being land In Knllu, Honolulu, on, Kunklnl Street, comprising L. C. A. 1903, Ap. 1 to Lolohl, L. C. A. 1145 to Paahana, and portions of R. P. (Grant) 1303 to AV. L. Lee, L. C. A. Mll8 to Puhl nnd L. C. A. 1143 to AValamau. You are hereby cited to appear at the Court of Land Registration, to bo held nt Honolulu, Island of Oahu on the 26th day of July A. D. 1905 at one o'clock and thirty minutes In the nftcr noon to show cause, If any you'have, why the prayer of said petition should not be granted. And unless you np pear at Bald Court at the time and place aforesaid your default will be re corded, and tho snld petition will bo takon as confessed, and you will be forever barred from contesting said petition or any decree entered thereon. AVItncss, PHILIP L. AVEAVER. Esquire, Judge of said Court, this 19th day of Ju..e In tho year nineteen hun dred and five. Attest with S al of said Court. (Seal) MJ'WTr AV. L. HOAA'ARD. Registrar.