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THU HAWAIIAN STAIt. SATURDAY, JANUARY 22. 1910.
vvfii THE ART THEATER r Feature Film Won In The Desert Special Children's Program Park Theater Motion Pictures Admsslon 5c, 10c, 15c OrpheumTheatce TONIGHT The Great Srlsh Comedian ALLEN DOONE niihnAiitail lsi MISS EDNA KEELEY Also , The Great Australian Baritone DICK STEAD tdgether with the JACK GULDEN MUSICAL COMEtfY COMPANY Matinees Wednesdays and Saturdays. PRICES Evening 15, 25c and 50c 'Matinees: Adults 25c, Children 15c Empire Theater HOTEL STREET Pictures E Thursday, Friday and Saturday. JANUARY 20-21-228:15 P. M. WALTER STANTON yaudovlllo Company VICTORIA ORVILLE Wonderful Contraltor from the Pavl-' lion, London. First Appearance here of MARIE KENNEY In character dances and recitations. DOC BRYANT "Musical Artist and Dialect entertainer MELNOTTE" SISTERS MOTION PICTURES. VIERRA'S ORCHESTRA. And the Great WALTER STANTON , In his London success in which ho imitates a giant rooster and parrot in complete feathered costume. Seats now on Sale by tho Berg strom Music Co, Odd Fellows Build ing. 50-35-25-10 Cents. P. J. Harwood of tho cable staff Is expected back from Midway In the M Laurence Ward now on voyage. Npw Advertisements iUW nuvciuiciiicuii) NOTICE. All Noblos ot Alolia Tumplo A. A. O. N. M. S. tiro requested to do nil In tholr power to assist Nobles of other toniplos nrrlvlng hero on the S. S. 'Clovoland," to onjoy their visit. The officers, of the Templo mny bo com municated with by any of the Nobles at any tlnio, to assist In carrying out any suggestions made. , ROBERT W. BRECKONS, ' Illustrious Potentate. CHARLES F. MURRAY, Recorder. NOTICE. OLA A SUGAR CO., LTD. In accordance with the provisions of tho mortgage or deed of trust dated August 1st, 1900, executed by the Olaa Sugar Company, Limited, to Bishop' & Company, Bankers, and of the bonds secured by said mortgage or' deed of trust: Notice is hereby given, that all said bonds will bo redeemed on the first day of February, 1910, by tho Olaa Sugar Company, Limited, at tho Bank ing House of Bishop & Company, Hon olulu, Territory of Hawaii, or at the option of tho bearer of any such bond at The Bank of California, San Fran cisco, California or at the Banking House of Laidlaw & Co., City of New York, State of New York, with Inter est accrued on that date, at which date Interest will cease on air said bonds. Dated Honolulu, T. H., January 22nd, 1910. vOLAA SUGAR COMPANY, LIMITED, (Signed) By Allen W. T. Bottomley, Treasurer. BY AUTHORITY PROCLAMATION. Whereas, It appears that the land hereinafter described, ceded by the Republic of Hawaii to the United States of America, and in the posses sion, use and control of the Terri tory of Hawaii, is necessary for the uses and purposes of the United States of America, to-wlt, for Light house purposes: Now Therefore, I, Walter F. Erear, Governor of the Territory of Hawaii, by virtue of the authority in me vest ed, and pursuant to Section 91 of the Act of Congress of April 30, 1900j en titled "An Act to Provide a Govern ment for the Territory of Hawaii," do hereby declare and proclaim that the following ' described land be and hereby is taken for the uses and pur poses of the United States, towlt, for Light-House purposes: All that piece and parcel of land situated near Idlauea Point, Island of Kauai, in tho Territory of Hawaii, and particularly described as follows, to-wlt: An Island, called and known as Mokuaeae, situated off the coast of Kilauea, Tsland of Kauai, in the Ter ritory of Hawaii, the'ecnter of which Island bears north 10 west from the most northerly point of said coast of Kilauea and Is distant 100. feet more or less from said Kilauea Point; the said Island of Mokuaeae containing, at thedate ot the survey thereof, an area of five (5) acres more or less. t ixmnaD wi,w,f r hnvfi i,erP. . . , , .. , , unto set my hand and caused tho Great Seal of tho Territory to be affixed. . Done at the Capitol in Honolulu. this twenty-first day of January, A. D; 1910. (Seal) W. F. FREAR. By the Govornor: E. A. MOTT-SMITH, Secretary ot Hawaii. G Now on Exhibition Fisrt Floor CENTRAL BUILDING Next to M. A. Gunsl & Co., King and Fort. This is the largest and best assortment of Oriental Rugs ever shown here, having been personally selected by Mr. K. J. Reehan, who is in charge of the Exhibit. N'0T,crt ov SAhK 0K lMAm Qp ,,AgT0IlAIi LAND8 81TUATISD AT WAIANAE, RWA, OAHU. At 12 o'clock noon, Monday, Febru ary 21st, 1910, at the' front door to tho Capitol, Honolulu, there will bo sold at public auction under provisions of Part V, Land Act 1895, Sections 278-285 Inclusive, Revised Laws of Hawaii, a General Lenso of the fol lowing described lands: The Government lands of Makua, Kahanalkl, and a half of Awauln, con taining an area of 1914 acres, more or less, classed as pastoral lands. Upset rental, 1450.00 per annum; payable semi-annually In ndvance. Terms of lease, 10 years from Febru ary 21st, 1910. This lease will contain conditions requiring fencing of all boundaries of forest reserve. Reservations regarding land re quired by tho Government for settle ment and reclamation purposes, w'l' bo embodied in this lease. Cost of advertising to be paid by the Purchaser. For maps and further Information, apply at tho office of the Commmls sloner of Public Lands, Honolulu. MARSTON CAMPBELL, Commissioner of Public Lands. Dated at Honolulu', January 19th, 1910. ) Cts Jan. 22 and 29; Feb. 5, 12, 19, 21. HIGH SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE. Under and by virtue of a certain Writ of Execution Issued out of the District Court of Honolulu, City and County of Honolulu, Territory of Ha waii by Honorable Frank Andrade, on the 18th day of January, A. D. 19,10, in the matter of Charles T. Wilder, Assessor and Collector of Taxes, First Division, Territory of Hawaii,, Plain tiff, v. Chris. Ade, non-resideriT "De fendant, for the sum of Forty arid 30-100 ($40 30) Dollars, I did on the 22nd day of January, 1910, levy upon and in accordance with Section 1272 .Revised Laws of Hawaii applying to non-residents shall offer for sale and sell at public auction to the highest bidder so much of the property here inafter referred to ass may be neces sary to satisfy the said Writ of Exe cution at the City Auction Rooms, Merchant Street, Honolulu, City and County of Honolulu, Territory afore said at 12 o'clock noon of Wednesday the 23rd day of February, 1910, all the following described property of said defendant unless the judgment and Costs of said Execution amount ing to Forty 'and 30-100 ($40.30) Dol lars together with Interest, costs and my fee and expenses are previously paid: PROPERTY TO BE SOLD. Lots 5 and 7, Block H., ICaplolanI Park Addition, Honolulu. Terms Cash: United States Gold Coin. Dated January 22nd, A. D. 1910, at Honolulu, City and County of Hono lulu, Territory of Hawaii. WM. HENRY, High Sheriff, Territory of Hawaii. 3ts Jan. 22, 29, Feb 21. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the Stock holders of the Mutual Telephone Com pany Ltd for the election of Officers and Directors and the transaction of any business that'may be brought bo- lore uie meeting win db neiu ai mu office of the company, corner of Mer chant and Alakca streets, Thursday, January 27th, 1910, at 2 p. m. F. C. ATHERTON. Secretary, Mutual Telephone Com pany, Ltd. Honolulu, January 17, 1910. Fine Job Printing, Star Office. enuine Turkish and ascus (For News of Mall Steamers, etc., see Pagf 2). ARRIVED. Jan. 22 S. S. Mnunn Koa, from Hawaii and Maul ports. S. S. Llkollke, from Ahuklnl. SAILED. an. 21. S. S. Claudine, for Maul and Hawnll ports. PASSENGERS. Arrived. Per S. S. Mauna Kea, Jan. 22, from .'...b and way ports: J. C. Mlllor and wife, F. McDermoll and wife. J. T. Hefferncrn and wife, J. K. Fulbon, Mrs. Chalmers, Mrs. Geo. Turner. Mrs. Pryobb and son, Miss M. Konln. Mrs. Knalnoa, J. Cushlng, L Turner and wife, W. McColIum, T. P. Cray, D. A. B. Clarke, Miss S. Canarlo, F. E. Howes, J. A. M. Osorlo, Rev. S. L. Desha, C. A. Bolte, IT. Glffard, J. T. Fleming S. Plser, II. SaxI, Jay Scott, Jno. Hughes, Geo. Lycurgus, S. Mills and wife, Mrs. J. A. Cor- nan, C. D. Prlngle, R. Ross, D. Poo kalanl H. Aklona, Wm. Laeha, wife and son, S. K. Maluo, H. R. Byrant and wife. C. McClanahan, Jos. P. Lynch, St. C. ..ayres, Rev. J. F. Cowan Rev. S. L. Kbpa, J. Cullen, P. W. Cluett, A. Mason, Mrs. S. W. Kekuewa, Mrs. N. Kamaunu,and Rey. C. Kamaka-wiwoolo and daugh- chlld, Mrs. J. Lewis and 2 children, ter, J. T. McCrossen, C. A. Widcman, J. J. Belser, H. Morton, E. Vincent, Miss Tanaka, Rev. L. B. Kaumehelwa, Jas, L. Cornwell and wife, Jas. Welsh and wife, W. E. Saffery and wife, R. A. Kearns, W. A. Kinney. D. H. Davis, C. Bartlett, Hong Chock, wife and 2 children, E. Selsuke. ; Departed. Per S. S. Claudine, for Hawaii and Maul ports, Jan. 21. H. P. Balilw'.n, E. Kruse, M. Jones, Mrs. Young, Q. Q. JJradford, F. Bourke, John Cowder. Miss C. Betts Mrs. E. Scholtz, Mrs. W. H. Abbey, W. O. Aiken, Major Willis, E.' Chandler, Mrs. M. R. Per- reria, Miss Ida Souza. Booked. Per P. M. S. S. Manchuria, for San Francisco, Jan. 23. Miss Grace Power, F. M. Brinkerhoff, Mr. and Mrs. Wetherby, Frank McDerraott, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. K. Henry, Mrs T. G. Pelhps, Hon. W. H. Armstrong, Honolulu Scottish T h i s 1 1 e Club Burns' Anniversary Smoker Jan .22, 1910, at 8 p. m. WAVERLY HALiL Corner Bethel and Hotel Tickets t $1.00 To be had of members of tho club. FOR RENT. Clean furnished rooms for working men from $1 a week up. 1281 Fort street. DRAMATIC. MARIE KENNY, Dramatic Studio from San Francisco, 175 Beretanla. Prac tical 3-months private course. Act ing, Elocution, Monologues, Vaude ville, Dancing, Reading. Grace Cul ture. Phone 33. Antique INTELLIGENCE Mrs. James Armstrong, Miss Haw king, Miss Uonson, C. Benson, Dr Armstrong Smith,-G. S. McLaren, Mr and Mrs. P. C. Stone. J. D. Kennedy. P. E. Forguson, P. E. Snell, W. Fen nor'j Mr. and Mfs. B. C. Kennedy. Miss1 Rose Elubock. A. J. Mitchell. II. A. Snxe, Mr. and Mrs L. Aaron. Julius Wnomsor, tgnac Pollard, Mrs. Shotwell, Mrs. Bnrnhani, L. T. Keb bor, F, G. Dommlng, Miss Ruth Dem mliig, E. Pollitz. N. Cushlng. Mrs D. J. Hennessey, Miss M. Hennessey. Miss K. Crasby, Mrs. G. E. Rock wood, G. Babon and wife, I. Wolff. Mr. and Mrs W. A. Loomls, Mr. and Mrs. W .J. Van Ilouton and throo children. Mrs. C. E. White. E. Mon dez do Loon, A. M. Mnrgonthaler, F. D. Mullen. J. D. Godwin. J. C. Cop page R. F. Hefforman. D. R. Young, Allen Doone, Miss Edna IJeoley. W. D. Lowell, Mrs. Lowe.ll, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Carylll, W. H. Haffner T. L. Meyers, A. W. Rice, A. T. Ormsby, Miss Flora McLaln, Mrs. Devlnclle. Miss Al Chlpman. Per S. S. Mauna Kea, for Hawaii and Maui ports, Jan. 25 Miss Miller, N. J. Kilray, W. O. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander, Miss .Thompson, Miss Thatcher, Miss Prosser, Mrs. Proessr. Miss M. Mcdill, Miss N. E. Roe. N Church Mayer. Mrs. Mayer, I. K. Kerr, Mrs. Kerr, G. W. Pearey. Mrs. Pearey, Chas. -A. " Stanton, W. II. Bratlley, F. C. Atherton, Mrs. Ath crton, Miss J.' M. Atherton, Miss Flipman, Mrs. Atherton Miss Orele man, Miss Graham, Miss E. Cramer. Miss Harriet Hitchock, J. R. Cun ningham, Wm. Britt, Mrs. J. E. Mil ler, T. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Furman, Mrs. Jordan, Mrs. Murphy Mrs. T. H. Llllie, two children, Stan ley Stophenson, Fred Harrison, C E. King. ' Per O. S. S. Alameda, for San Fran Cisco, Feb. 2. Miss Mark, Mrs. N. Ellison, A. T. Ormsby, Mrs. Ormsby. Chauncoy Dewey, Mrs. Dewey, H. T Moore, Mrs. Moore, Mrs. A. F. Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. Germain, G. W. Brown, Mrs. Brown Miss V. MacGregor, Mrs. E. MacGregor, Miss L. A. Williams, Rov. Westervelt, Mrs. Gross, Miss Cross G. Douglas Jones. THE PARK THEATER. "Measure for Measure" will be the leading film at tho Park theater this evening. 'Doomed" is a colored drama sketch, and "Too Gentlemanly" a com leal film. "A Child of the Forest" Is a drama laid in beautiful wood scenes Tho Hawaiian quintette will supply music. THE CARTERCAR. Persons seeking speed and reliability in an auto should not fall to see tho famous Cartercar, now on display at tho Royal Hawaiian Garage. Thcro Is just one of theso famous machines left, hut Manager, Georgo Wells is booking orders for more to arrive. Hill climbing and work on difficult, roads are tho specialties of tho Cartercar, and tho owner of one has tho machine adapted to local conditions. $1 00Penuek you a Gold Watch for Lady or Gent. See us now J. A. R. VIEIRA & CO, Phone 512. 13 Hotel tS, Jewelers. Rugs A MOTHER'S LETT EH. Samuel is Vtsrnta graphicitHy describe the .';. t-n and the recov ery if hi r d&uxkttr. All Mothers Should Read. DAUGHTER OF MRS. SAMUELLE VIGNEAU. MRS. SAMUELLE TIGNEAU, Am herst, Isle do La Magdallnc. Can writes : "I write to toll yon that I am per fectly well. I took only thrco bottles of your Pcruna nccordlng to your ad vico and t)io directions in your book, and it restored my health. "It also cured my daughter, who la 17 years old. Slio took ono bottlo accord ing to directions. I assure yon that no doctor is equal to your book and your ad vlco. I havo recommended your rom edy to a number of persons." A Woman's Remedy. Mrs. A. E. Stouilor, Capioma, Kansut, writes: "Peruna has given me health and strength; it is tho best medlcino that was ever mado for women. My friends say they novor saw such a chango in a woman. I cannot say too much foi Poruna." A bargain at Kalmukl on Eleventh avenue $1C00.00 Lots In Kalmukl Park Tract, $403 each, on easy payments. Three acres, cleared and fenced, In tho Kalmukl Tract for $2C00.00, Acreage prop erty In Pololo Valley. These are a few of tho opportuni ties wo have to offer for Investment in real estate. Corner Fort and Merchant Streets. If you want to use tho WIRELESS on- Sunday you will find tho offlco open from eight until ten A. M. Classified Advertising BUY AND SELL. Diamonds and jewelry bought, sold and exchanged. "Bargain in musical Instruments, watches, rings, combs, and Jewels of all kinds. J. Carlo, Fort St. WANTED. Diamond and Jewelry bought, sola and exchanged. J. Carlo. Fort St. 1 want you to experience tho ploas uro of n first olass shavo In the most olaboratoly fitted up Barber Shop in Honolulu. Wo storillze the razor bo foro shaving you. Joffs, 912 notho St. WANTKH TO 1IUY Old books, magazines, Hawaiian stamps and curios. Books exchanged. Weedon Curio Bazaar. Fort Street, above PauahL I III il EI II "IrasE Hm Job Printing, star omc. flue Job Prtnnn. atar Oriloa.