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THIS HAWAIIAN STAR. TUESDAY, MARCH iO, 1900.
Begins Monday Morning
For One Week Only !
EMBROIDERY EDGINGS, INSERTIONS
AND A-UL OVER' EMBROIDERIES
1 . Will Be Sold at , '
MANUFACTURERS' COST PRICES !
The importance of this sale to every home, cannot be over
estimated. The price reductions, arc almost beyond belief, yet
every piece of embroidery is plainly marked and will prove its
quality. There arc hundreds of patterns to select from and
every one dainty and pretty. It is one of the most important
economy events vc have ever planned. Prices will astonish
1. I HOT DRY GOODS
SALE BEGINS MONDAY MORNING.
SEE OUR FORT STREET WINDOW.
Simple or complicated lenBes
duplicated quick and accu
rate work. Prescription -work
Itepalrod promptly and to last.
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building, Fort Street,
Over May & Co,
Tuesday, March 20.
U. S. S. .Oregon, Merrell, from Yoko
hama, at io:30 a. m.
Star. Mauna Loa, Slmerson, from
Maul and Hawaii ports, at 6:20 a. m.,
with 827 bags coffee, 440 cases pine
apples, 1914 bags sugar.
(Tug Fearless, Olssen, from Kohala
lele, at 7 a., in., with schr.Ka-,MqJ In
TuesOay, March 20,
iStmr. Kinau, Freeman, for HllO'and
way ports, at noon.
Stmr. Iilkelike, Naopala, for Molokal,
Maul and Lanal ports, at noon.
Stmr. W. G. Hall, S. Thompson, for
Kauai ports, at 5 p. m.
Per stmr. Mauna Loa, March 20, from
Kau ports: Miss L. R. Kay, Miss M
Kendall, Georgo F. Kendall, Capt. Nl-
iblack, Lieut. Carter, H. G. Jlamsay, W.
R. Lowrey, H. Akl; from Kona ports,
Father Charles Windels, W. "W. Brun
ner, Mrs. R. Hind, R. Hind, E. E. Bush,
Li. P. Lincoln, H. L. Lincoln, F. Seba-
yama, Mrs. M. Gouveia, G. Akona, W.
J. Sells; from Maul ports, J. A. McDo
nogh, Dr. G. R. McDonogh, Mr. Mit
chell, D. B. Maconachle, N.. H. Leong,
Young Tong, W. J. Dyer, C. Hedeman,
H. Dodnn, (Mrs. Sam Nowleln and 109
Per stmr. Klnnu, March 20, for Hilo
and way ports: C. Hoy, A. Splnola, J.
F. Splnola, Peter Gray, D. N. Hitlh
cock, J. M. Ross, N. C. Wlllfong, Miss
M. C. Haywood, W. Glbb, E. A. Wil
son, W. S. Ellis, W. W. Churchill, D. E.
Thomas and wife, T. R. Lucad, G. E.
Rugg, J. K. Kanepuu, Emma Zerbe, H.
IC Martin, S. Grace, Dr. Irwin, E. A.
Southworth and wife, R. A. Thomas,
Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. D. N. Caso and
child, Y. Keet Nong, C. Watanabe, Miss
Harda Burt,, M. K. Keohokalole, H.
Doden, W. V., McKesson. Dr. Davies
Coxe, H. H. Scovel, C. F. Herrick, A.
A. Oxenham, G. G. Curtis, C. Tuck, J.
N. Catton, N, B, Holden, A. J. Norman,
Miss L. A. Whitmore, Miss J. Whlt
more, Mrs. Dunbar, Miss I. Richard
eon, J. C. Gill and wife, E. Kopke, E.
G. Clark, S. Peck and wife, E. F. Par
sons, MnJ. A. C. Van VI let, S. N. Dow
sett, W T. ' 'Robinson and Joseph
CHAMPION SHOT OF STATION.
The battleship Oregon files at' her
foretop a red triangular flag with a
black hall in the center. This ensign
signiflos that she made tho best record
in the target (practice on the Aslat(o
PRESENTED WITH A CANE.
Last evening the Concordia Band pre
sented to J. H. Stockton, director of
the Honolulu Symphony Club, a cane
of mamano wood with a stag handle
and gold band upon which was lncrlbcd
"Presented by Concordia Band to J.
H. Stockton, 1908." Stockton has been
instructing tho band for somo months
Tho band also presented Mrs. Stock
ton with an Hawaiian coat of arms In
a koa wood Jewel caso. A sultablo
Inscription was engraved upon it.
Fine Job Printing, Star Offlco.
Cor Fort and
LIEUT. SLATTERY AUTHORIZED
TO SIGN THE CONTRACT WITH
SAN FRANCISCO BRIDGE CO.
Lieutenant Slattery the army en
gineer officer, received cable authoriza
tion on Saturday to proceed to sign
the contract with the San Francisco
Bridge Company for tho reclamation of
Quarantine Island section of the har
bor. Congress recently passed an
Item appropriating $20,000 to defray
the expenses of reclaiming about 34
acres of tho harbor Just mauka of the
channel and near Quaruntlno Island.
Lieutenant Slattery will shortly begin
to survey that section of the reef. In
order to determine the exact amount
of land that Is to be reclaimed. He
has been authorized to djspenso with
bids and to sign up tho contract at
OF ALL COMEDIES
Honolulu likes good plays. It likes
the best plays best and since Buhlcr
has been playing at the Orphoum It has
had what It likes best. "Sapho" last
night crowded the house and Inspired
ull with a deep sympathy for the frail
ty of human passions and a lofty ap
preciation of the saving grace of the
ideal in life.
Tonight laughter will rule supreme.
"Turned Up," tho very pick of the
comedies presented here by the Buh
lers, will be repeated by special re
quest. It Is a side-splitting farce,
calculated to tone the weariest system
with the magls of the electric elixls of
"Camille" ,1s on tomorrow night.
BY COMPANY F
MAJOR VAN VLIET SAYS THE
BAYONET DRILL THE BEST HI
HAS EVER SEEN. .
The exhibition drill given yesterduy
by Company F, N. G. H., was one of
the most successful held for years. Too
much credit cannot be given to the
men for the way they went through the
Major Van Vllet Inspected every gun
and found nil in a most satisfactory
condition. Each tent with all its ac
companying accessories, accoutrements,
and all were In pluce and In the best of
Major Van Vllet said that the bay
onet drill was the finest he had ever
witnessed and hoped that the efficiency
of Company F would spread to tho re
mainder of tho regiment.
Tho officers of the company are Cap
tain Sam Johnson and First Lieutenant
Charles Coster. The company consists
of now men only 5 or 6 left from the
winning company a few years .ago.
Thirty-four men havo only been on-
listed about three months.
Captain Sam Johnson, when seen this
morning, was loud In his ipralses of the
men. "Tho men," ho said, "should have
all of the credit. Every drill night all
of tho boys showed up with the excep-;tipn-
'pf one or' two and ,theso had fhe
best of exsuses. It is all due to' their
After the drill refreshments were
served, and all Joined in having a good
time. The entire company consisting
of 2 officers and 66 men wore present
nt the drill.
The San Jose Mercury and Herald
are uniting In giving an educational
contest. The first prize is a trip to the
"Sandwich Islands." Other prizes to
the amount of $5000 ore to be glvon but
the trip heads the list.
A Columbia Graphophonb Is given
Bjoqijssqns jtns oi owj joiniosqu
Read offer on page 7.
PRESIDENT P1NKHAM HAS CAL
CULATED FINANCIAL POSSIBI
LITIES OF HIS SCHEME.
President Pinkhain of the Board of
Health Is collecting Information regard
ing tho ownership of property affected
by his Walklkl lngoon scheme, and has
been considerably encouraged by pub
lic support of the plan. Ho was asked
today as to the probable cost of the
scheme, nn ostlmato having been
matlo that It would Involvo nn outlay
of live millions.
"It will not come to half of that,"
said President Plnkham. "I have fig
ured out tho cost, but do not enro to
go Into these details at tho present
time. I will say, however, that tho
.Improved residence sites that wilt be
created by tho currying out of the
scheme can be sold, after all Is finish
ed, for less than equal sites are offered
In Honolulu today."
On this basis, it Is figured, there
might bo a prolltnble real estato spe
culation In tho scheme, making It a
money maker as Well as a great city
improvement. Stops will probably be
taken to Inaugurate tho movement In
a practical way as soon as tho property
researches are complete.
As to the suggestions by Park Ex
pert Robinson, Plnkham said that they
were merely ns to details of the general
scheme, and did not affect tho whole
plan. The changes proposed by Rob
inson can be incorporated without much
nlteratlon of the Plnkham plain, If
'Continued fi-om page one).
Lane men, the vnrious "Charleys" and
other mm who would like to lay wires
for office who are stirring up politics
so far In advance. The danger there
from, as other party men see It, Is
that both party organization will bo
more or les scotnplutely captured by the
forces of graft. Th's was admitted by
one of the Lane machine supporters
'Wo shall put up a ticket for the
legislature and all," he said "and have
an organization that will elect it
Working this way we may not be able
to name as good men throughout ns.we
might want to .but there will be no
It Is well known that organization
can capture a primary especially in
Honolulu, where members of all par
ties are rounded up constantly to vote
In the Republican primaries, and there
will be somo stiff combinations to face
when the vnrious "leaders" get through
County Attorney Douthitt some days
ago declared himself as not a candi
date for another term In office and there
will be a change in his offlco after the
next campaign. As far us othtr coun
ty offioers arc concerned,., there Is a
general prospect that there will be
candidates for r-elcctlon. Douthitt
says he has other arrangements, nnd
will not be a candidate under any cir
cumstances. W. T. Rawlins, former deputy high
sheriff. Is said to be a candidate for
high sheriff, nhd Harry Murray, who
once ran successfully for county clerk,
may oe a cantimnte ror that position
The present clerk, Knlauokalani, will
also bo a candidate. Rawlins, it is
said, may switch to the county attor
neyship. Crabbe would accept u nomi
nation for sheriff.
Prince Kuhlo's friends deny that he
has expressed himself as Intending to
run for Congress again anyhow, wheth
er ho gets the Republican nomination
or not. He Is after tho nomination and
though there Is a pretty general Im
pression that if ho falls to get It he
will run either as a Homo Ruler or an
Independent, his Republican supporters
dniy that ho will do so, for Cupid is
at present working for a Republican
A private letter from Hawaii express
es the opinion that Kuhlo Is certain
to get the delegate nomination. Tho
same letter is responsible for tho state
ment hat L. L. McCandless is reported
on Hawaii to be willing to spend $10,
000 If ho Is nominated ns delegate. Ku
hlo's friends here. Including tho Lano
crowd, nro working In his behalf, but
It is believed that they will go up
against a- considerable fight nt the pri
maries. George P. Thlelen has developed a
lot of strength as the Republican no
minee for county treasurer. It Is be
lieved that Trent will run again, and
that he w'-'l poll a lot of strength out
side his party, but tho Republicans aro
by no means without hopo of winning
tho office by putting up a more popu
lar nominee than they had laBt time.
RUSH FOR SEATS,,
Tliero was a rush for the ;box offlco
at Wall Nichols early this morning for
opora houso soats at the Hawaii Yacht
Club benefit performances by the Buh
ler Company, Thursday, Friday and
Saturday of this week. A crowd pre
sented tickets purchased of yacht club
numbers for exchange for reserved
soats nnd a largo number also booked
seats for f o various performances. The
crowd Is growing and It is up to all
who want to see "Held by the nomy"
Thursday and Saturday ovonlng .mil
"Thflma" on Friday night and nt tho
Saturday matlnco to engage seats oaTly
A Columbia Grnphophona Is glvon
absolutely free to Star subscribers.
Read offer on page 7.
TRE "PLANT'' THAT E
LAKE FELL INTO!
(Com. .ued from page one),
nt mc. I felt nervous about It for I I
did not know but ho was u robber or
some thing like that and wanted to I
hold us up.
Ho went out of the saloon and then
we went out on the Hotel street side.
We then saw htm standing by the
barber shop. He followed us up the
street toward King to a dark spot
nnd told us to hold up. 1 began to
get afraid for I begun to think by
this time that he wanted to perhaps
rob us. We backed Into the street
nnd he e'ame up and caught hold of
mc by the chest nnd cnught McCorrls-
ton by the arm. Then Luke began to
ask me what my namo was nnd wher
I lived. He asked McCorrlston his
namo and whoro he lived. Lake's man
ner was exactly like ho wns under the
Influence of liquor and I am sure that
he v,n.s under the lnlluence of liquor.
His maner wns such for he kept re
penting the same questions. He had
by this time drawn back toward the
sidewalk Lake drew a revolver nnd
pointed it at us said 'Hands tip' I sort
of raised my hands and then he put
the revolver baek Into the sldo pocket
of his coat and kept his hand there. He
naked If I would go with him to a cer
tain spot. I did not want togowlth
him and asked what for. Ho said
Mr. Redhouse who had been watch
ing tho performance, stopped up to
us a title before this conversation and
asked Lake If ho could do anything for
him. Lake told him to move on and
ho did. Lake began to repeat his ques
tions about where we lived and what
our names were. wo nnu torn mm
sevcrnl times before what they wero
but he still kept asking tus.
"We had gotten back to tho sidewalk
by this time and George and I. started
to walk hack toward the Criterion
where It was light. Frank Kruger and
several other men wero standing there.
Lake asked Frank Kruger If ho knew
us und Kruger said that ho had known
us for about 5 years. Lake finally said
he was satlslled and then told mo to
come along with him I asked him for
what and then he unbuttoned his coat
and showed me his badge. He make
me walk In front of him. He took me
to the police station nnd there asked
for Assistant Sheriff Vldn. Lake again
began to ask me my name and where
I lived and who the other ft-How was
that was with mo. Finally Luke be
gan to ask me If I knew anything about
checks. I told him that did. He
asked mc where was the hat I had
bought last week. I told him that I
had bought no hat nnd that I needed
one. They had, I presume, sent out
for tho Japanese to come and try to
Idenlify me. The Japanese had said
that the man who had passed the bogus
check on him had had three gold fillings
In is front teeth whereas I havo only
two,small gold fillings. I told them
that! Sheriff Brown know mo nnd when
Sheriff Brown came I was released and
toldthat it had been a mistake.
"Tho reason that I felt so Indignant
about this matter is that Lake drew
his revolver and pointed It as us. He
was under the Influence of liquor when
ho did It and people are not safo about
tho streets If a man can go around and
act Jlke that. That pistol might havo
gone off when he pointed It at us. Ho
was not himself nnd was very nervous
and he could not have been in Ills right
George McCorrlston the young man
who was with Lewis when stopped by
Lake had the following to say about
"Lewis and myself had been to a
dance and after we left I asked him to
coino on down town and seo If the
rest of the boys of our crowd could bo
found. When we were on Nuuanu
street near the Mint Saloon I noticed a
large man wJth a b'ack coutnnd white
trousers standing In front oTOt&Chlnn
man's store. We passed lilin and ho
fell In behind us. I never thought
much of this at the time, and when we
got to Hotel I wanted to proceed to
King but Lewis said no, we will go to
Fort street. As we crossed tho street
I saw this man still following us so I
nudged Lowis and mentioned the fact
that We were being followed. Lewis
proposed that wo drop into the Crltorion
and seo If ho still followed. Wo went
and he followed. Thcro we went
through tho back door and sturted down
Bethel. Just then the man hurried
and catching up called on us to "hnlt"
and at tho snme time cntchlng Lewis
by tho neck nnd me by the arm. Ho
then fumbled In his hip pocket and pull
ing out a revolver shoved It right In
our faces. I had my hnuds down nnd
all of a sudden he shouted again
'Throw up your hands.' Then beforo
either of us could comply ho thrust tho
revolver again in our facos and repeat
ed tho command. Just then a mnn
who I believed to be Redhouse the Jew
eler steped up nnd Lake told htm to
'get' nnd ho 'got.' All this timo I was
edging townrd tho aro light in order to
seo tho man's fnco nnd soon wo were
standing on tho corner. Hero we.ro
Tommy Dunn and Frank Kruger. Lako
acted Just tike a big bully and kept
repeating a question ns to where we
lived without giving us n. chance to an
swer. Flnnlly he said 'Come with mo
I told him 'no' nnd asked him why we
should. Then ho drew himself up, un
buttoned his cont nnd showed his star.
Then wo said we would go and wo did
but wero released at the station. I
am positive ho wjjs drunk nnd will al
ways say so nnd'l know Lewis thinks
tho same thing. Last evening at tho
meeting of tho Supervisors, Lako tried
to toll us that ho did not draw a ro
volvor. That ho did I will swonr to
ns will Lowls. Ho wns olther drunk
or is a coward for certainly a man of
his size could handle two boys without
J. W. A. Redhouso witnessed tho opl
sodo. "I saw Lake," said Redhouse
"prosont n pistol and command tho
I XJULV UV1 UUI14
young men to hold up their hands. 1
wax surprised at the time for I did not
suppose that, there were any desperate
characters In Honolulu, characters so
desperate that they would have to be
held up nt the point of a gun like that.
I went Up to the ollleer nnd asked him
If I could do anything for him. It was
my Intention, to help him It he wanted
to search them for my llrst Idea was
that they were desperate men. Lake
told me to move on nnd I did so. Lako
was certainly acting in a very peculiar
manner. Both of tho young men wero
acting very cooly under the circum
BUHLEIt BENEFIT. '
A testimonial benefit will be given
at the prpheum Monday and Tuesday
evening next for the Uuhler Company
which has for five months so delighted
Honolulu audiences. Richard Buhlcr
and Louise Orendorf will appear In a
thrilling vaudeville sketch "The Cracks
man" and Ernest Wilkes and Brenda
Fowler Will play the famous emotional
sketch "Chutterton" Vaudeville will
prevail for tho two nights, vaudeville
such as has never before been enjoyed
Tho Halelwn Hotel. Honolulu's fa
mous country resort, on tho lino of the
Oahu Railway, contains every modern
Improvement and affords Its guests an
opportunity to enjoy all amusements
golf, tennis, billiards, fresh and sail
water bathing, shooting, fishing, riding
and driving. Ticket, including rail
way fare and one! full day's room and
board, arc feold at tho Honolulu Station
and Trent & Company for $5. For de
parture of trains, consult time table.
On Sundays, the Hnlelwa Limited, a
two hour train, leaves at 8:22 a. m,;
returning, arrives In Honolulu at 10
p. m .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
At Chambers. In Probate.
In tho Matter of the Estate of Dale
McAlpIn, Into of Honolulu, Deceased.
Order of Notlco of Hearing Petition
On reading and filing the Petition of
Henry II. AVIlllnms, a creditor of said
Intestnte, alleging that Dalo McAlpIn
of Honolulu, Oahu, died Intestnto at
Honolulu, Oahu, on the 12th day of
I March, A. D. 1906, leaving property In
tho Hawaiian Islands necessary to be
I administered upon, and praying that
Letters of Administration Issue to
Richard H. Trent.
i it Is ordered that Monday, tho 23rd
jday of Ajpril, A. D. 1906, at 9 o'clock n.
, in., be 'ilnd hereby Is appointed for
hearing siild Petition In the Court.
Room of Ihls Court at Honolulu, at
which time nnd place all persons con
cerned, may appear and show cause, If
nny th.ey have, why said Petition
should 'not be grnnte'd, nnd that notice
of this order be published In tho Eng
lish language, once a week, for thrco
successive weeks In the Hawaiian Star,
newspaper In Honolulu.
Dated, at .llonnlulu. March 20, 1906.
ALEXANDER LINDSAY, JR..
Second Judgo of tho Circuit Court of
the First Circuit.
4ts Mar. 20, 27, Apr. 3, 10.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Judicial Circuit, Territory 0f
Huwuli'AAt Chambers In Equity.
In the Matter of tho Estato of William
Luther Wilcox, Deceased.
Order of Notice of Hearing Petition
for Allnwnnco of Final Accounts, DIs-
j trlbutlory.'itid Discharge
I Tho riffling and filing of tho nc-
j counts iVfijAVIlllam O. Smith of Hono
lulu. Isiftjla, of Oahu, Territory of Ha-
, wall, KxeSiitnr of tho Will of William
Luther W.llpox, deceased, wherein ho
sand Sovpn Hundred Sixty-two nrid 30
100 Dollars ($76,762.30) and charges htm
iof wlth'Elghty Thousand Threo Hun
Ired Fifty-one nnd 58-100 Dollars ($80,
151.58); and asks that tho same may
bo examined nnd rpproved nnd that a
final order of distribution may bo made
of tho property remaining In his hands
to the porsons therto ontltled nnd dis
charging him from nil' further res
ponsibility as such executor.
It is prdercd that Saturday tho 21st
day of April. A. D. 1906 at 9 o'clock a.
m, before tho Judgo of said Court nt
tho Court Rom of tho said Court nt
Honolulu, Island of Onhu, Territory of
Hawaii, be, nnd tho same heroby is
appointed as tho tlmo nnd place for
hearing said Petition nnd Accounts, nnd
that all persons Interested may then
7' .' lf.MPrm!m2J COMPANY,
Furnished House, Pacific Hotghta,
Four Bedrooms $75. M
Emma Street i. 30.09
Gandall Lane 2G.0O
Cor. Young und Aloha Lane 13.00
Cor. King and Aloha Lane...:.... 20.00
Walklkl Beach 40.04
College Hills 40.00
Klnnu Street 27. SO
Lunalllo Street 50.00
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co,, Lti!
Corner Fort and
Honolulu, - - - - Hawlt,
Furnished room in a modern mo-
qulto-proof residence within walking'
distance. 762 Lunalllo street.
Boys between 14 and 15 years. Ap
ply In person nt W. W. Dlinond & Co.,
Ltd., between 2 and 3 o'clock.
Forty-eight inch Electric Ceiling Fan
at the O. K. Barber shop, Bethel street
near King. H. W. Myers, Proprietor.
and there appear and show cause, If
nny they have, why the same should
not be granted, and may present evi
dence ns to who aro entitled to.te,
said property. And that notice! of"
this Order in the English language
published in the Hawaiian Btar iu&r- '
paper printed and published In Htmo'
lulu for thrco successive weeks, the,
lust publication to bo not less than ten
days previous to the time therein ap
pointed for said hearing .
(Signed) J. T, DB BOLT,
Circuit Judgo, First Judicial Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
4ts. Mar. 20, 27, April 3, 10.
MEETING NOTICE. '
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. i
The regular meeting of Honolulu
Chamber of Commerce wilt bo held at
its room Stungunwuhl Building on
Wednesday March 21 at 3 o'clock p. m.
JAS. GORDON SPENCER.
Honolulu, March 20, 1906.
Oahu Sugar Co.. Ltd,
NOTICE TO OTOOKHObDERS.
By request of the President.
hereby given of a Special Meeting of
me toiocKnoiuqrs of tho Oahu Sugar
Company, Limited, to bo held in the
Hnckfeld Building, In Honolulu, on
Thursdny, March 2flth, A. D. 1906, at 1
o'clock a. m., for the purposo of con
sidering tho propose form of, Deed, of
Trust or Mortgage, to bo given by the'
Company to Bishop Trurft CflmrlAili';
Limited, In order io secure tneviliw
Issue of G Per Cent 3old Cnunnn Ttanrll
nnd the; form of Bald bonds; and to tak
such action concerning said Deed ot
TruBt or Mortgage and Bonds as may
be deemed advisable. --i i ,
Honolulu, T. H March 12th, 1906.
3ts March 13, 20, 28.
i phi si i
Tho now pleasuro yacht "Kapolel"
fastest sloop in the Hawaiian watert.
Oak frames, planking, decking, cabin
of eastern cedar.
Completo sot of racing sails, spin
nackcr, balloon and storm Jibs.
Furthor particulars can bo obtained
Stock and Bond Broker.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
Treasurer's Office, Honolulu, Oahu.
k r-.ifWVmh I T ft DJMJHMK&-.
In re Dissolution of tho Hawaiian
Soda Works, Limited.
Whereas, tho Hawaiian Soda Work
Limited, a corporation established and
existing under and by virtuo of the
laws of tho Territory of Hawaii, has
pursuant to law in such cases made
and provided, duly filed In this office, a.
petition for tho dissolution' of tho sals
corporation, together with a ccrtlflcat
thereto annexed as required' by law.
Now, therefore, notlco la hereby glvon.
to any( and all porsons that havo bow
or aro now Interested In any manner
whatsoever In tho said corporation, that
objections to the granting of tho said
petition must bo filed in this offlco on
or beforo 12 o'ejock noon on tho 27th day
of April, 1906 nnd that any person or
persons desiring to bo heard thoroon
must bo In attendance at tho offlco of
tho undersigned, In tho Capitol Build
ing, Honolulu, at 12 o'clock noon of
said day, to show cause, If nny, why
said petition should not bo grantod.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Treasurer Territory of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Fobruary 23, 1906.
16ts Fob. 23, 24, 27, Mar. 2, 0, 9, IJ,
16, 20, 23, 27, 30, April 3, , 10, 13.
- -tiwVt jit' '