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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II . SATURDAY. TED. 17, 1808.
The Little Ads with
Sou Fuko H, N3W I O -
HOUSE On Vine) nrd St.
HOUSE On Beach at Walklkl.
I OFFICES In Walty Building.
WARBHOUSES On Queen Street.
tmproTed and Unimproved Proper
tiouiei In nil parts ot tbe City.
BISHOP & CO,
tarnished room, good locality, suitable
(or housekeeping or 2 gentlemen At
783 Ueretanla St. 3270 In
liter March 1st. 6-room cottage on
Vinoard street Apply S S Pei k
297 Vlneiard St 330S-tf
Jettigct la Chrlstly Lane. Apply
'Wong KwrJ, Smith St, mauka Hotel
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms la
city. Helen's Court. Adams lano.
furnished cottage Jloo per week Ap-
pi)' Honolulu Hotel o303-lw
wly furnished motmilto proof rooms.
At Si Vineyard St. 2729 tf
rurnlthed roo-ns at 1223 Emma street.
Mrs. McConnell. 26011
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE.
2yr, Leasehold, 2 story Cottngo nn
Beach adjoining Ena property In
qulro No. S Kaplolanl Bid 3302 1''-
ium ot money Call Bulletin office.
Hawaiian Ballasting Company,
Best black sand from 12 to $3 a load
according to distance hauled Coral
rocks for stable, roads and side-
walks; firewood. Third door below
King, Maunakea St ; P O. box 820.
Telephone Main 39C.
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion 8hnn. 1111 Fort St.
DYEING AND CLEANING.
Demurs dyes (any color) and cleans
clothes; repairs bicycles nnd fur
I slshes employees. G20 King St.
r. Hayashl Clothes cleaned, repaired
I and dyed. 537 Beretanla St.
I EMPLOYMENT OFFICE
for house help, phone White 2891, Ma-
aw. uviivrui cmpiuyinem Ullice,
cor. Pensacola and Beretanla.
VI r. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
lias moved to the piano warerooms
Uf L. E. Thayer & Co , IBS Hotel St ,
opposite Young Hotel. All orders
jtfor tuning promptly attended to.
'lino taught In 6 months by experl
I onced teacher, 13 month (8 tenuous) ,
special attention to adult beginners
j Address Music, this olflto 329Ctf
f Weekly Bulletin SI P'r year.
Lovers of good things to eat will be delighted to see the noble
array of dainties which arrived by the S. S. Alameda and which are
now gracing our Delicatessen counter. Included In the assortment
are the most popular novelties from the mainland food markets, and
FANCY CHEESE, OLIVES, 8AUSAGES, FISH, OYSTERS, ETC.
This is the finest assortment of Delicatessen that we have had for
a very long time and If you would see It at Its best you should make
an early Inspection,
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd,
Telephone Main 45
i. That's what makes and saves money Just THINK of Telephone Main
when you want your clothes attended to,
& UMlUm III II niMTUL'U niL'ANlHfl nn
JIlliUJj UiJ U UJuU A
tCOLBURN III, Manager,
Hie Big Results
DAY, for Now Ada.
Ucef cattle for alnt Ka
huku ltanch, Kail. Ha
wall 3212 tf
ideal country home nt Manoa Valley,
surrounded by rler; good bathing,
6r cottage, barn, lawn roses, fruit
trees, nr. car lino lHrgaln Apply
to P. E It Strauch Uenl Estate, 74
b King St Walt Uldg 3290 tf
Fine corner lot in Maklkl. Curbing,
water, rrult and ornamental trees
and all Improvement. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College Address IL P., this offlce.
Pure Pit mouth lto.lt eggs, and oung
hlikens one mouth old. Apply
Farm Cornn King and MrCully
Cheap Thoroughbred Jersey Hull, 3
j ears old Address X Y. Z Illille-
tln 3308 lw
Cheap Home near Park, Walklkl.
Address R S. K.. Bulletin.
Wo will sell the exclusive right to
manufacture and sell ur household ;
garbage burner In the Territory of
Hawaii to the right parties. For
price. Information and description
of delce apply to Domestic Gar
bage Burner Co Kalamazoo, Mich,
An experienced shoe salesman In
quire Mamiin. tun rs Shoo Co, Fort
sheet 3300 tf
On Ilapld Transit car between Wal
klkl Turn and Walklkl, nn Aloha
Tcmplo fez. Finder return to tlila
offlco for reward 3271 tf
I aiiles gold watch, between Fort am!
ltuh-irds Street Initials M K P
nn back of same Suitable reward up
this oftlcc 330"-lw
Umbrellas r.palred and brass polish'
Ing. Takata, 1284 Fort St.
3085 tf 0
MONLY TO LEND.
On Jewelry and merchandise. The J.
Carlo Pawn 7c Hotel and Union.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed.
Enos Bros, Union abovo Hotel St.
See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Music Boxes, Sharpening of
Fine Cutlery, near Union Qrlll.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
A. R ROWAT, D. V. 8.,
777 KING ST TEL. BLUE 3101,
W T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 502 8TAN
sllJJU VJUunlillvM VJvJ
Office, KAPIOLANI BUILDING.
Wff VJ.Jl'Zt1UiXWjVV3.V vfT r1vi,
With so many tourists In town tho
streets are once more gay and cheer
ful The hotel managers fairly beam
with happiness, nnd well they might,
for nil their rooms are occupied The
22nd of February will he a gala da) for
Honolulu, and the parade will certain
1) do much to nttract tourists for It
4s to be repealed every ear, so I am
told Ten, dinners, lunches nnd card
putties mnku a continuous round of
git)ety for ever) bod) The hotels nnd
)lng with each other In the entertain
mi nt of their guests, so the) also com
in for the good times l-ong may the
nine of prosperity which Is sweeping
over Honolulu last
Covered with lels and surrounded by
friends Mr nnd Mrs flcorge Davie
departed for the Orient on Tuesday on
their way to England, where they will
remain a )ear at least They expect
to take a house in some pleasant part
of England Tbe Davles were greatly
entertained by their friends during the
past two weeks nnd their departure Is
a matter of regret, for they are a er)
popular )oung couple, and no enter
tnlnmcnt was considered complete
without them. Not onl) did they en
ter Into the social life, but took nn
active part in man) charitable schemes
Involving time and trouble Mrs Mc
Ullvrny and Miss McGlljvrav aim
billed In the same steamer for a visit
to Japan Miss McGllvra) a veiy
pictt) girl hits bun much admired
hnrp ninl ntimn crpnt intention She
rnmn ulfli latter, nf Intrniliiptlmi from I
Mrs Lucy Perkins, so well known
umungst the )(unger laclety ret, and
was u dass-mate of Mitt Kathleen
Cartwrlght, so, naturally the was not
neglected Mrs McGllvra) was con
fined to her apartments nt the Alex
ander Young hotel li Illness during
tliii llmt uipUH nf li. r lnlt hi ro. lint
Nliose who got to know htr weroi
(harmed by her sweet nnd gracious
Mrs. Sclma Kinney and Miss Maud
Kinney arc visiting the Usbornes, who
uru ocLiip)lng their Diamond Head vil
la for a few weeks. Miss Kinney has
uot )cl recovered from her Illness of
On the evenings of March Sth nnd
10th the i:iks will hnsnn In a minstrel1
show ut the Opera House The end,
men embrace Guy Livingstone J. C
Johnson, J II Howlund, J W Uo)le
.....l II 11 l. IV.il.. .11 , r. Innnl 1. I . A
are pronounced screamingly funny, tho'
music Is catchy nnd ever) thing Is as
up-to-date as possible Bruce Hart
mnnn will give one of his monologue.
Hugo lienor tins an entirely new set'
of suugs and, altogether It will be an
unusually good show. I
A very agreeable bridge party was
given by the Swnnz)s on Wednesday
llimilnif Mm rinimmiil ,1a Tl 1 nini-,1
von the drat prize, n vase and Dr F
II Humphrls won the first man's prize,'
ii button hole of violets A delicious
supper was served Among those pres-'
rnt wire Mr nnd Mrs Ned Adams. Miss
Adams. Mr nnd Mrs Itajraond La)ard,j
MIsb lilgford, Dr and Mrs F II Hum-I
phris, Mr nnd Mrs, Clifford Kimball,!
Judge and Mrs Stanle) Miss O'Mearn,.
Mi.srs Anderson, Oolburn and Huwcs
Judge and Mrs Stanley gave a
churnilng dinner on Tuecday evening
Itoses formed the dccroatlon of thl
table Among those prestnt were Mr
nnd Mr. Lewton-Braln, Mrs Kdvvartl
Damon, Miss O'Mcarn Miss Cameron,'
Mr Sheffield Grace, Mr. Anderson and'
Mr McKlnuon, I
On Tuesday evening Mrs Dovvllug
mtcrtnlned at the Hawaiian hotel foi ,
Mr and Mrs Ita)mond de B Lnyaid.1
ludge and .Mrs Frenr. Judge Llndsey
uiul Mrs Wolters The whole pait)
wiul on to tho Orpheum after dinner
Mrs Clifford Wood nnd children ex-
i.cit to return from the Canst In April
Mm Wood will bring a .Ister to tprnd
tln summer here
Dr and Mrs Humphrls entertnlnej
iii dinner at the Moana Hotel on Tues
day evening In honor of .Mr Matteo
Siiuluniiu Among tho gueits were Mr
nnd Mrs C Y C. Dterlng and Mi A
(1 II awes
Mih Chus Huraiihieys gave one uf
the pretllca bridge parties of tbe tui-i-oii
ut htr home on Matlock avenue, In
honor uf her sister, Miss Juanlta Hum
phrey Tho first prize n beautiful bon
bon spoon, was won by Mrs Slattery,
Hr tho lontolailon prize, a rainbow
murf was curried off b) Miss Angua
Thtro was a pedro table for the non
bridge pliturs, the first prize, n Iat
iltiereil tray Icing awarded to Mrs
Monsurrut Alter the prizes were giv
en out delicious refreshments weie
mi veil ami a pleasant hour was spenl
Dr and Mrs Hobd) left on th,e Man
(liiirlu, tin former having received but
ihreo da)s notice of his trnn.fer to
Sun FraneUco This popular )ouus
toujilo will be greatly missed In toclal
rlrrles In Honolulu and lease a most,
Wl II. 11,111. IUI1ICI4VIH& 11ICI1 iUXB
Mrs Cutumiin, wife of Lieut Cush
man of the navy, gave a very pretty
bridge party at her charming home on
Alexander street On entering tin'
house, the nppcarance was of n bower
of flowers, each .couple drawing ex
qulslte lels of flowers the correspond
Ing colors matching for partners Mrs
Cushnan received the guests In hei
usual charming manner. The first
prize n teacloth of drawn work, wai)
won bv Mrs Henry L)on, the consola
tion prize, nnd Indian basket made by
the hostess, was awarded to Mm.
The many friends of Mr and Mrs
Geo Angus are rejoicing over the news
that the long-legged bird has left a
wee daughter at their home
Mr and Mrs Klamp of Thurston ave
nue gave a delightful pedro party on
Monday evening. The first ladles' prize,
a center piece, was won by Mrs Hag
ens and the man's prize, n box of tig
cisc, went to Mr, Mclnern) A supper
wns served after the game Among
those present were Mr. nnd Mrs Hag
ens. Mr and Mrs C Wilder Lieut and
Mrs Cushmnn Captain and Mrs Hum
phre) Mlts Humphrey, Mrs A Han
neburg Mrs C Hcdcmann Mrs Ken
ton Mrs Campbell, Misses Dunham
Ulsa Schnefer, Helen Alexander
Messrs Jack Atkinson, Booth H Mc
lnern) W Mclnerny II Wulker
Mr Slgnfooi. of Philadelphia is
stopping at the Hawaiian hotel for sev
eral months, for his health
Mr and Mrs. MeClanalian gave a
larpe pidro party In the ball-room of
the Alexander Young hotel on Wed
nesda) evening Hows of hearts 1 1-J
with ribbon were effective!) strung all
over the room and the artistic aspir
ugus vine further enhanced the effect
There weie sixteen tables In all and
seventy guests The first prize n cut
glass vate, was won by Mrs Sachs and
Mr Itodlck won the first man h prize,
a brass calendar The consolation prize
was awarded to Mrs Slattery, Jr
Punch was served throughout the even
ing and a delicious supper was en
Jo)ed after the prizes had been n ward
ed Among those present were Judge
and Mrs. Frea,-, Mr and Mrs II 1.
Cooper Mr nnd Mrs F W Benrdslee,
Captain nnd Mrs L)on Mr. and Mrs
Watson Dr. nnd Mrs C II Cooper, A
Perry, Mr and Mrs A J L)on, .Mr
and Mrs Glgnoux, Mr and Mrs. Gilf
(Hits, Mist Cartwrlght
Dr and Mrs William 12 Ta)lor are
at Halclwa hotel for a few weeks, i
Among those who departed on the
Manchuria were Governor and Mm.
Cmter. The Governor will go to south
ern California In search of health.
They were covered with flowers and
Mrs Cartel curried a bouuuet of roses
Bishop and Mrs Hamilton, accom
panied by Miss Julia Fenton, their
niece, Miss Helene Hamilton, thelf
daughter and Miss Batelle, sister of
Mrs Hamilton, were also passengers
In tbe Manchuria The Hnmlltons have
made their home with Mrs McDonull
during their visit here
Miss Jennie Gilford, the beam....!
daughter of Mr and Mrs Wnlter Glf
fard, became the bride of Judge Arthur
Wilder at tho icsldence of her parentis
on Keenumoltii street on Wednesday
evening, The ctremony took place In
the alcove of the drawing room, which
was converted Into n bower of palim
and begonias An exquisite basket of
maidenhair ferns hung In the tenlei
of tho alcove The hall und all the
rooms were beautlfull) decorated b
Mrs Herbert, assisted h) Mrs Nooiian,
Mrs Benson. Mrs Glffard. Mrs Wall
ser and Mrs Arthur Wull The win
dow frames were outlined with n trac
er) of asparagus plumosa and pink be
t.onlas Tho drawing-room was decor
ated in palms nnd hanging baskets of
muldenhalr The dining-room wus a
mos of roses and lopes of miille weie
festooned from the chandeliers to the
corners of the room Tho hall louke 1
like, n conservatory of most beautiful
plants, for the GIITards havo the chulc
est palms nnd ferns in Honolulu Tho
lanal wns gny with the Ililtlsh Amer
ican Hugs Never has a pilvnto houss
been so exquisite) decorated, nnd these
were a lllthu tribute to tho lovely
bride Miss Glffanl was given Into thy
keeping of the groom by her father
nnd the sweet muld of-honor, Mh
Wllhclmlr.a Tennc) led the procession
Judge l.lndsj) supported tho groom
and tho Ittv Canon Alexander Mackin
tosh of St Andrew's Cathedral per
formed the Interesting ceremony, nnd
illrectlj after the congratulations liacl
been rertlved the wedding guests ud
Journed to the lanal. where tho supper
was served At the bridal table wura
Judge and Mrs Wilder, Miss Tcnney
Mrs Noonnn, .Mr and Mrs. A M
Brown Mr and Mrs Olffard, Judg'i
Lindsay Mr Robert Atkinson, Mr K
D Tenney nnd Mr II II Wnlker
Tho wedding frock was composed of
chlfllon satin made Printcss style, beau
tlfull) trimmed with rose point IncJ
and chiffon r03es She wore n wedding
veil of tullo which was confined to he
dalnt) head by orange blossoms, nnd
In her hands ilie carried u bridal bou
quet of lilies of tho valley, the pluk
For cotlng. drinking, nncl cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
BreiVfut Cocot, 1-2 lb. tmi
DftVet'sChocolite(uniwtttened), I -2 lb. caVes
Cerrrun Swrrt QiocoUte, 1-4 lb. ules
Tor tale by Leading: Oocers
WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd
DORCHESTER, MASS., U.S. A.
45 HIGHEST AWARDS IS tUROPP.
ribbons of which were tied with orange
blossoms Probabl) no more beautiful ,
bride has ever been seen In Honolulu.'
Mrs. Glffard looked charming lul
grey chiffon salon trimmed with rare
old lace The little mnld-of-honor, '
Miss Wllhelnilun Tennc), with hci i
Titian hnlr .wis n most picturesque)
addition to tho bridal party She
might have stepped out of an old Ve-j
netlnn frames so artistic was her ap
pearance There wero thirty giieJ'n
present nrd during the evening Judge
and Mrs Wilder slipped qulctl) nwn)
their destination being nbsolutcl) t.n j
known save to the most Intimate m'j
lers of their family. I
Judge Wilder Is considered one f
the most rising )oung lawvera in 1 1 i
profession nnd has a brilliant fiituin
Dr and Mrs Humphries entertained
for Mrs Schultz of New York at din
ncr on Sunday evening at the Momu
Hotel Among tho other guests wrru
Acting Governor Jnck Atkinson, Mis?
Helen Kitchen and Mr. II. C A. Peter
sou. Mr. Wood and Miss Wood of the
Moana hotel gave a dinner on Thurs
day evening at tho Moana hotel. Tha
table with Its dressing of marguerite
and maidenhair was lovel) to look up
on Among the guests were Dr nnd
Mrs Cooper, Miss Dorothy Frecth, Mits
Olmstcad, Mr. Fuller and Dr. Gross
man Mlts Wood promises to be a
very nrctt) debutante and Is a favorlld
' Mr and Mrs S O Wilder gnve a
supper on Thursday evening In bono?
of Mrs. Schultzc Among the jtviosti
were Mr nnd Mrs James Bell, Mi
Bell Mrs Benson, Miss Kitchen. Mis
Noonan. Acting Governor Atkinson,
Mr Robert Atkinson, Mr. I. Dillingham
Jlrs. Schultzy. of New York, ni
Allte Kitchen, who Is now visiting her
mother, Mrs Clarcnco Mncfarlane at
Walklkl, gave a picturesque pol supper
Tuesday evening in the real Hawaiian
ftjle in honor of Mr. und Mrs, J S. Bell
of Minneapolis, who nro now guests at
tho Moana hotel. Japancso lanterns
turned tha grounds Into a veritable
fair) land, and the soft strains of the
Hawaiian music filled the aid. Among
those present were Mr and Mrs A, M
Brown. Mis Noonan, Mr and Mrs S
G Wilder, Mils Helen Kimball, Miss
Helen Kitchen. Mr. Walter Dllllnghai...
Mr. It C A Peterson, Mr. I. Dilling
ham and .Mr. Bell, Sr.
Prof and Mrs Jas J Dowllng gave
a dinner nt tho Hawaiian hotel on
Tuesday evening After dinner the
guests were taken to bco "Camllle '
Amont, those prestnt were Consul nnd
Mrs. I.njanl, Chief Justice and Mrs
Frear .Mrs Woltcis of Kalo, and
There have been several Informaf
card parties given this week by Oak
land residents of Honolulu In honor
of Mrs Sharon nnd Mrs Stiindlford ol
Oakland The first wns given on Mon
dii) by Mrs Sichs In her pretty rooms
nt tho Hawaiian hotel Mrs Augur
entertained on Tuesday, Mis Bush on
Wednesda) and Mrs Hiitchlns on Fri
ll ly night Five hundred was the pop
rrldny afternoon Mrs. Hoy Chamber
lain entertained ut "Wot Bridge" In
honor of Mrs, Mallory and Mrs Thay.
er Hunches of violets vvero the favou
for the successful pla)er nt each tablo
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
San Francisco Entrance, California
-(List of Lights, Iluojs and Da)
marks. Pacific Coast, 1900, page 21)
Notlco Is hereby given that Mile
Itockg Dell Buoy, ltfl about 760 feet
S W by W Vi W from Mile HockB, will
be permanently discontinued nboul
j .March 1, 1800 By order of the Light
Houso nonrd H T Mnyo, Command
'er, r S N , Inspector 12tU Light-House
The canaries of Germany excel all
other canaries as Blngcrs One lias been
(lecordcd to continue a single trill for
one and one quarter minutes, with
twenty changes of note In It,
The concert given at Knvralahao
church list night I) tbe Christian Ko
dcivor Soilcty wa in every wny n suc
cess and v,ni attended by a very largo
nudlcnce A number ot glee clubs vvero
among the performers including man)
excellent f-ertlons, such as "The Old
Apple Tree ' Ltndy, ' etc. Among the
glee clubs were the Manoa Valley, Kn
mehimehi Kavvalahao Seminary, Fau
na Vnlle), Kakaako, Kaahumnnu nnd
Voral toloa weie rendered by the
two well known Hawaiian singers, W
S i:ilU and C K Lltlknlaul the for
mor singing "Waiting " and the latter
' Lovoh Old Sweet Song" Ernest Knnl
as usual charmed the audience b) cler
er Instrumental selections.
THE SALVATION ARMY.
Meeting tonight In the hall, corner
of King and Nutianu streets, nt 8.
Meetings tomorrow at 10:20 a. m.
Bible clan at 3 p m.
Y P. I. at il p m nnd Salvation
meeting at S p in Ernest Barnes, who
Is going to leave for tho mainland, will I
say goodbH In the evening meeting I
Cv erybody In cordially Inv Ited to nt
tend. CATHOLI CCHURCHES.
Tho Catholic Church of St John tho
Baptist, Kallhlwacna, In charge, of
Hev. Father Clement. Tomorrow, Feb
ruary 18th, 8.30 a. m., high mass, ser
mon, collection, Sunday school; 4 p.
m , Rosary
Tho Catholic Church of Our Lady
of the Mount, Kalulanl (Knllht ukn),
In chirge of Hev. Father Clement. To
morrow, February lSlh, 11 a. m, mass,
serrrnn. Collection, Sunday school.
Christian Church Corner Alakca
and King streets All tho tegular ser
vicer tomoirow- Blhlo school, 9-30 n
m , Jim. C H , 9 a m.. Senior C. K .
C 30 p m. Preaching, 11 n. m. and
7 30 p m Morning "Tho Repentant
Brother' mcnlng ' In Your Self Con
trol Suppl) Patience ' You nro cor
dlally Iml'ed to any and all services.
ODE wards, pastor
AT BASEBALL GROUNDS
February 22 '06
Punahou vs Honolulu
3:45 p. m.
Lusitaria vs Diamond Heads
Champion All-Portuguese League.
The Coming Junior Aggregation.
2:15 P. M.
ADMISSION 25c. & 50c.
PA-U RIOERS FREE.
Help Fop AH
TriJi Mirk ktilt'rrtJ
DON'T SUFFER ANY MORE.
PILES LEAD TO CANCER.
SORE3 LEAD TO A MISERABLE
SKIN OISEASES LEAD TO LEP
ROSY. Wallaces Indian Remedies
will save you If you but try to save
For sale by all druggists and put up
by Honolulu Remedy Co.
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
Bishop & Co
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit Issued on
the Bank of California and N.
M. Rothschilds & Sons, Lon
don. Correspondents for the
American Express Company,
and Thos Cook . Son.
Interest allowed on term
and 8avlngt Bank Depotlts.
-THE COBWEB CAFE, ,
QUEEN and ALAKEA 8T8.
TEL. MAIN 492.
-Camara & Co,, Props -
Best Meal In Town
ON HOTEL ST. near NUUANU.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
T. ODA, Manager.
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DISPLAY.
NEW - TODAY
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE OF
In accordance with the provisions
of n certain mortgage mado byv E. H
KEKAPAI, mortgagor, of Walakoa, Ku
In, Island of Maul, Hawaiian Islands,
to Chas. Lennox, of Maui aforesaid,
mortgagee, dated tho 17th day of July,
A D 1900, and recorded In the Hhwal.
Inn Registry of Conveancen In Llbet
207 on pages 417 and 448, and which
said mortgage was by tho said Chas.
Lennox, sold, nsslgncd nnd transferred
unto Holnrlch Stroubcck, of Walluku,
Maul, by Indenture of assignment dat
ed tha 3rd day of April, A. D. 1901 and
recorded In tho Hawaiian Registry of
Conveyances In Liber 214, on paget
499 and COO: Notice Is hereby given
that tho said Helnrlch Streubeck, as
plgneo of said mortgage na aforesaid,
intends to foreclose the tame foe
conditions broken, to wit. nonpay
ment of principal and Interest.
Notlco Is likewise given that after
tha expiration of three (3) consecutive
weeks from tho dato of tho publication
of this notice, the said assignee of said
mortgage Intends to and will foreclose
tho same, and will advortlso for tale
tbe property covered and convejed
therein, nnd will soil the samo at pub
lic auction nt tho front door of the
law offices of James L. Coke, in tb
town ot Wnlluku, Island and County o(
Maul, Territory of Hawaii, on Tue
day, tho 20th day of March, A. D. 1908,
at 12 o'clock noon of said day.
The following Is the description of
All of thoso certain premises de
scribed In Ro)al Patent (Grant) Kn
1209 to Kapal, situated at Walakoa,
Kula, Islan dand County of Maul, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, and bounded and de
scribed as follows:
Commencing at tho North West cor
ner of Mala's land formerly purchased
by him, between tho gulch and run
ning: a. 79 1-2 W.. 9 27 Chains along gulch
to Its North edgo,
N 25' i:., 17.20 Chains along Govern
ment land, thence to Nahaa
N 311-2 E, 4.14 Chains;
K 77 3 4 j:, 2.98 Chains;
8. 79 3 1' E, 7 0S Chains;
N. 03 E, 0 09 Chains; and
N. 12 i: , 2 21 Chains thence nlonz
S SO Mi E., 7.03 Chains;
8 78 1-2 E. 8 91 Clinlns. thenco
H 111-4 W, 2120 Chains along
Government's Innd to gulch ad
joining Mala's land, theme along
N. 87 1-4" W.9.54 Chains;
S 87 3 4 W.. 184 Chains;
N. 021-2 W., 8 94 Chains;
S. 85 W, 7.02 Chains to place of
Containing 63 S3 Acres moio
I-urther particulars can bo had of
James L Coke, attorney for Helnrlch
Streubeck, tho assignee of said mort
gage, nt his law offlco in Walluku, Is!,
and of Maul, Territory of Hawaii.
Dated nt Walluku, T IL, February
Asslgueo of Mortgage Above De
scribed. 3310 Feb 17. 24; Mar. 3, 10.
BISMARK STABLE CO., LTD.
3ISMARK BRANCH STABLES
flacks. Carriages, Buggfet and Sid
lie Horses on tbort notice.
Carriages meet all steamers. Com-
tent drivers, reasonable rates, new
.-chicles and live stock.
bave opened a horse shoe
ing department In connec
tion with their carriage
shop, etc. Having secur
ed the services of a first-
y are pre
pared to ao nit work In
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