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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, FEB. 4, 1911. Imirii ntr i uoiiin rniiniiiiro & - a N Vfl MrfllVnMIr . n II 111 I i IL U I Lil niiuii" uchiii iiniuw in. You Can Take Any Position With Comfort; if you are wearing SHIRIH rHLjIDENT suspen ders. No matter, what the position is, the "sliding cord in the back adjusts itself to meet it. "SHIRLEY PRESIDENT SUSPENDERS are so comfortable that you do not feel them. They do not draw nor pull when body is moved, as is the case with rigid back suspenders. Ask vour dealer for the " Shirley Pres ident" Suspender the genuine has " Shirley President " on the buckle. Every pair guaranteed. Avoid inferior imitations. Manufactured hv THE C. . EDGARTOH MF6, CO., Shirley. Mm.. U. S. on t call them High Rollers ju t because they cost a little more than the ordinary bicycle, for tl.ey arc built in a way to make them coit more and they arc worth more to you. This refers to tUe Special Daily Service Bicycle made by the Popo Mfg. Ce., makers of the woll-known Columbia. It is built stronger and hctvicr and fitted with a large wire de livery basket, and is inter, !od for hard daily service, It is just the thing any store requires for quick delivery of packages weighing anywhere up to SO pounds. Call and have a look at the SPECIAL DAILY SERVICE. E. O. Hall fc Son, Ltd. If you want to get a hold on dirt use Sold by grocers generally F. L, WALDRON, ; ( Distributor OF PACIFIC HAVE PLANS FOR MANY BIO AND FAST LINERS Don't be annoyed by the lack of Hot Water. Install a RUDD GAS WATER HEATER and your troubles are over Guaranteed by the HONOLULU GAS CO., LTD. pill. J WM HIHMWH'W I III I 1 M fciii-nr "'lin'Hi'liieiitiiinmiMHi I WWII '" " " "' ' " W Camphor Trunks Sandalwood Fans and Boxes, Drawn work Embroideries, Shirt-Waists, Bas ketry, Tapas, Fans and Hats. HAWAII & SOUTH SEAS CURIO CO. World's J. inmost Dealers in Pacific fSouvenhs Young Building Plans for a great increase of the merchant marine of the l'aeilic in which Honolulu figures as one of the most important factors, are thus sum marized in a report made to the bu ll a u of commerce and labor by Con-sul-General George E. Anderson at 1 longkong: A remarkable situation in snipping exists on the Pacific ocean. It is un derstood that at least two of the three lines which afford the litUK or tue passenger accommodations across tho Pacific from American and Canadian ports have not been profitable for several years, and yet all three linos announce their intention of immedi ately constructing larger, faster, and better ships for the trans-I'aciiic ser vile. The first announcement was mado by the Toyo Kisen Kaislia (Japanese), which has a sailing from ban run- ciseo to Hongkong once a month on iin average, with the two fastest snips on the Pacific, each of 21,0(10 tons dis placement, turbine engines, and lux urious accommodations. The company is building a third ship of the same class, slightly larger, with turbine en gines and superior accommodations, and its announced policy is of further construction alter the new ship is launched next July. These Japanese ships have always had a freight trallic agreement and a joint passenger schedule agreement with the Pacific Mail Steamship Com pany, the American line operating the chief passenger and freight ser vice between San Francisco and Hongkong by way of Honolulu and Japanese and Philippine and Chinese ports. In July last the Japanese com pany withdrew from the arrangement and established a freight trallic agree ment with the Western Pacific rail way, the new transcontinental line in the United States. Plans of the ('(iinpuiiics. The Pacific Mail Company then commenced constructing two' new steamers, faster, and better than any thing else on the Pacific, of the (.eorge Washington class of German ships on the Atlantic. They are to be of 10,000 tons displacement, will carry over 500 first-class passengers, and are to bo in service within three years. The I iihins i'or these new shins m addition to the four lino vessels which the com pany is operating has created a sen sation in Far Eastern shaping. The Canadian Pacific railway an nounces that the Empress Lino, be tween Vancouver and Hongkong via Japanese and Chinese ports and car rying Ilritisli, nmiis, is to be augment ed at once by constructing two new ships of size and speed equal to the Kmpress ships on the Atlantic, with still larger and faster ships for the Atlantic trade. The trip from Yo kohama to Vancouver would thus he mado in considerably less than 10 days. The Toyo Kisen Kaish has jioon un profitable tor several years, although it enjoys a subsidy from the Japanese Government of $2,2:1.1,000 annually for the American line alone, or $4,- 184,:i6.5 for all its lines. The loss is nart.lv ascribed to the altitude of the Chinese people toward that line and partly to general business conditions. The company's deficit at the begin ning of its current season amounted to $;.'!2,Cori gold. It is now reported as making some money and gradually recovering its prosperity, but its de ficit carried forward at the eglnning ofthe current term exceeded $404,000 gold. The Pacific Mail Co, enjoys no subsidy or mail contract and its gen eral business position rests upon what it can get from the trade. The Em press Line etiiovs a profitable mail contract with the ISritish Government, which h:is been the life of its business since its inauguration, its railway con nections also not being hampered by rate restrictions. Itnsls for Activity. The one significance of the additions to these fleets under conditions of loss and discouragement is that the immediate future of trade in the Far Has is expected to justify such new and Immense expenditures. This is what Hie managers of these lines frankly slate. It is evident that these great companies, which are in excel lent position to judge trade possi bilities and actualties, agree that the early trade development of China and tho Philippines and the Far East gen erally demands preparation by the ocean carriers. Their judgment is supported by Immense expenditures, which will represent direct losses' if the expected development does not inntcrinli.o. These immensely important, develop ments in shipping demonstrate again that the general trade situation in the East merits the careful attention of every American niamifacurer. While there is abundant talk of what the future in China promises, much of this rests on theory and possibilities and practical men have rot been dis posed to go into the matter thorough ly. While also much that is now said of China is theory and while there are many discouragements in its trade development, there pre many present actualities in the Chinese trade de j mantling American attention. Thous ands ol miles of i ai' ways are being built, ships are being constructed, bridges built, fnetorni constructed and equipped, and the cenuuid for ma chinery of all kinds and foreign goods of all sorts cotton .roods, foodstuffs of many varieties, medicines, and eve.i luxuries in material volume is con stantly increasing. There may be no great commercial revolution in China for some time, but tne present iu I creasing trade on the whole from year to year should be regarded for its I innntwlintn Mol-tll ChlUCSC CXllOrtS tO the United States nr.! not only con stantly increasing :n volume, but in creasing, in variety, and represent constantly bettering conditions and more stable trade. ! One strong element in the itnnie ' diate growth of Pacific shipping is the unusual development of Philippine trade. The commerce between the isl ands and the contiguous territory of the United States under tliu new tariff ! has almost doubled, and the lull mea sure of increase has not yet been felt. This means increased demand for ton 1 nage, and further development of the islands is therefore a strong factor and promising element in the ship YOUR OPPORTUNITY If 4tkeview No. 2 Oil Company makes good you may order your auto mobile. This is no dream. It is a good fifty-to'one chance in your fav or. Everybody should strive to uet ter his condition in life, and this is your opportunity. . Lakeview No. 2 is a high-class oil investment, nianageo by men of, honor and ability, who re fer you to1 any bank in Los Angeles regarding their financial standing. I mil leiivintr for the Coast. Phone 3020. During my absence Geo. H I Paul will receive subscriptionsv for stock. I will ho, on my return, glad L furnish Information on any oil property in. that" neighborhood to those interested. J. Oswald J.uttea, 1139 Forts treet. Weekly 11 n I 1 4- I n 1 per vour. LEGAL NOTICES. BY AUTHORITY. NOTICE OF SALE OF GENERAL LEASES OF PUBLIC LANDS SITUATE IN KULA, MAUI. j'plng situation. With the increase of 'railways in the Philippines, for which i there is a splendid opportunity, and i ... .. . , , " , ,. ... wttn tne increaseu snipping service between tho several islands of the Philippine group now ln:ng estab lished, further opportunity for trans- Pacific shipping is afforded. In all this trade it will be interesting to note the possibility of success for an Amer ican lino or lines in competition with the steamers of at least two other nations which receive governmental support. LOOK OUT FOR THESE $10 COUNTERFEITS United States Secret Service Agent Grillln announces that a large numbr of counterfeit ten-dollar notes are ailout. There are two species of the coun tcrl'cit. One of the bogus hills is of the series of 1901 and is signed by W. T. Vernon, registrar of the trcasurv mill Charles 1 f. Treat, treasurer. It bears portraits of Lewis amPClark. ' This counterfeit is extremely dillieult to detect. Due of its defects is that it is all one color, with no light or shadow. Another defect is that on the female figure on the bill the forehead looks as if it were bandaged. The second note is that of the Citi .ens' National Bank, of Waterhurn Conn. It Is signed by J. W. Lyon registrar of the treasury, and Kills II. Roberts, treasurer. It contains a poor ly executed cut of Harrison, and can easily be detected as being bogus. At 1i! o'clock noon. Monday, ' March 20, 11111, at the front door of the Cap itol, Honolulu, there will be sold at public auction, under provisions of Part V., Land Act of 18115, Sections 270-280 inclusive, ltevised Laws of Ha waii, a' general lease of the following described lands: (1.) Lease of all those portions of the lands of Walobuli and Keokea, ly ing between the Homestead Tract and Forest Reserve, containing an urea of laoO acres more or less, classed as pas toral land. ' Upset rental, JlS.OO per annum, pay- iil.li. sciiii-Miiniaillv ill advance. . Term of lease, 21 years from May 1, lilll. The lessee will be required to plant, maintain and have in good growing condition at the expiration of the term of this lease not less than 1:10,000 tr,.nr thn trees to be planted in groups or groves. The general plan of planting und protecting tho proposed proves to be subject to the approval ot tin. then Suiierintendeiit of Forestry of the Territory of Hawaii, or such oth er officer or officers us may succeed to his powers or duties. The lessee will be required to con struct a lawful fence along all boun daries of this tract. Said fence to he maintained In good condition until the expiration of the term of this lease. (i Lease of that portion of Yufu- koa and Alae 3 awl 4 lying between the Homestead Tract and rorest Re serve, containing an area of 350 acres more or less. ' Unset rental. P.IUIO per annum, pay- nlili. semi-annually in .advance. Term of lease, 21 years lrom May 1, 1911. The lessee will be required to eon .-tract it lawful fence along all boun daries of this tract; said fence to be maintained In good condition until the expiration of the term of this lease. This lease will contain trec-plantmg conditions. Km mans a nd further particulars, apply to the ofliee of the Commission er of Public Lands, Capitol ISuilding, Honolulu. MAKKTON CAMPBELL, Commissioner of Public Lands. Honolulu. January 20, 1911. 4s:il Jan. 21, 28; Feb. 4, 11, 18, 25; Mar. 4, 11, 18, 25. SIMPLY LIGHT AND INSERT TUBE Warmer does the rest IS THE PISTKll'T rOl'ltT OK THE j IMTEH STATES IX A THE TEKMTOKY OF AM) HIS-, Tim T UK HAWAII. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,! Plaintiff and Petitioner, vs.. au- GUSTL'S F. KN'UDSEN; ElUC A. i KNUDSEN; ANNIE S. KNHDSEN; ANNIE S. KNUDSEN, Guardian of. ARTHUR S. KNUDSEN; ARTHUR S. KNUDSEN; IDA E. VON HOLT; HENRY M. VON HOLT; MAUD ' K. GARSTIN; KEKA11A SUUAR COMPANY', 'a corporation organ!.-1 ed und existing under and by vlv- j ' tue of the laws of the Territory of Hawaii; THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII; BISHOP TRUST COM PANY, a corporation organized and existing under and by virtue of the laws of the Territory of Hawaii; and SAMUEL ALGAROBA, JANIC GUAVA, MARY MANGO and JOHN BANYAN, unknown owners and claimants, Defendants and Re spondents. You are hereby directed to appear, and answer the Petition in an action entitled as' above, brought against you in the District Court of the United States, in and for tho Territory of Hawaii, within twenty days from and after service upon you of a cerlilied copy of Plaintiff's Petition herein, to gether with a certified copy ot this Summons. And vou are hereby notified that un less you appear and answer as above required, the said Plaintiff will take judgment of condemnation of the lands described in the Petition herein and for any other rel.'sf demanded in the Petition. . WITNESS THE HONORABLE SANFORD V. DOLE and THIS HON ORABLE A. 01. M. ROBERTSON, Judges of said District Court, this 0th day of January, in tho year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and eleven and of tho Independence of the United States the one hundred and thirty-fifth. (Sgd.) A. E. MURPHY, (Seal) Clerk. (Endorsed) No. 72. DISTRICT COURT OF THE U. S. for the Territory of llawuii THE UNITED STATES OF AMER ICA vs. AUGUSTUS F. KNUDSEN. et al. SUMMONS. ROBERT W. II RECK ONS and WILLIAM T. RAWLINS, At torneys for Plaintiff. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ' District of Hawaii ss. I. A. E. MURPHY'. Clerk of the Dis trict Court of- tho United States ot America, in and for the Territory and District of Hawaii, do hereby cerlily the foregoing to be a full, true and correct conv of the original Summons in the case of THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA vs. AUGUSTUS F. KNUDSEN. et al.. as the same remains of record and on file in the ofliee of the Clerk of said Court. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and ttflixcd the seal of said District Court this 17th day of January, A. D. 1911. (Seall A. E. MURPHY. Clerk of the United States Diatrict Court, Territory of Hawaii. By F. L. DAVIS, Deputy Clerk, 4828-3m Metal Tripods r The largest assortment of metal collapsable tripods, both round and flat shapes, that has ever been shown in this city. All sizes. Short and long fold ing. t -I PRICES TO SUIT Honolulu Photo Supply Co., "Everything Photographic" FORT STREET FORT STREET, NEAR HOTEL Arts & Crafts Slfop Alexander Young Building PICTURES IN COPLEY PRINTS fACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO. 1050 Nuuanu Street NOTICE OF SALE OF GENERAL LEASES OF PUBLIC LAND SIT UATE IN KULA, MAUI, AND KONA, MOLOKAI. Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year The Welkom Warmer Size 31ax5Vi inches, weight 4Vi ,111111. PS. Tiio nnlv modern, safe, effective and sensible substitute for the antiquated Hot Water Bag. No water to heat no rubber to rot. Will last for years. The Warmer is made of metal heat ed within one minute by tho lighting ,,,i tnuoitinn nf it uaoer tube con taining a blii.eles. Kiimkeless and odorless fuel generating a uuuoiui hunt which lasts over two hours at a cost of less than one cent. It is curved to fit any portion of the body una neiu in place by means of a bag and belt allowing the wearer to move about at will. AS A lMIS alLLtiK ITCN-WINDISCT Mm. "HIII.AHT.IKUI.iJi V iW ri v i I V r., """U"1 ftwifTc h 11 nllMONB mui inirl-wciBliifiirn.-H'nii V i'jtriirj.w-lryii 1(1 i H..h llr.l..r -W. IK, 40 Hn.l w-iv- pt-.'mi'inm .BpeuL-er.Hortou.N.Y At twelve o'clock noon, on Monday, a, .hi :! 1911. nt the front door of the Cifidtol, Honolulu, there will be sold lit public auction, under provisions ol Part V.. Land Act of 18. Sections '7ti--xr, Inclusive. ltevised Laws of Ha waii, Cetieral Leases of the following described lands: All nersims desiring to object ho hmils should be borne steaded or otherwise, are requested to nvuspiit such objections to the Board of Public Lands, In writing or in per .i mi nr in.foi-e Thursday, March J. 1911, at two p. in., at the Executive I tulliliiiir I lonollllu. (1.) The lease of that portion of ii :i mui i lvliur below the uovern nient Itoiid, and containing un urea of :;1U ueres, more or less. Upset rental, $00.00 per unnuni, pay ..l.i.. miiii-iiiuiimllv in advance. Term of lease, HI years from April j 11111 The lessee will be required to fence i...... ,.n LoiiiiiImHhk of this tract. The tui'iia un said fenct to be mainlined in good condition until the expiration of the t.ii'in if ttliM ll'llSO. (2.1 Leases of tho lands of Puahala ,.1,1 K.nniiiiln. Konu. MoloUai, contain lug an area of 9:i(! acres, more or less TTimet rental. $30.00 per annum, pay u i.i.i ui.iiil.iinnMullv ill advance. Term of lease, 1!1 years lrom April it. .101 1. mid further particulars, apply at the ofliee of the ( 'oniinlssion- er of Public Lands, Capitol Building, Honolulu. ' MAItSH'UN CAMPBELL, ,, Commissioner of Public Lands. 7'ilfuiolulu, January 20, Bill, fort -Jan. L'l, 28; Feb. 4, 11, IS, 25; ' Mar. 4, 11, 18, 23; Apr. 1, 3. MACFARLANE & CO., Limited WINES AND LIQUORS Agents For CRESTA BLANCA WINES. We deliver to any, part of the city. . Phone 2026. P. 0. Box 488 ROSA & CO. V QUARTER SIZES at Regal Shoe Store, Okolehao Beers, Wines and Liquors FAM1IY TRADE GIVEN SPECIAL ATTENTION DELIVERIES TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY Phone 3181 ROSA & CO., Alakca! and Queen Streets THE RENEAR CO. Limited ALGAROBA BEAN MILLS Tho Weiknin Warmer has no equal. It call be put Into constant action and is indispensable in cases 01 rnuuum tism, lumbago, neuralgia, sciatica. cramps, etc. Uv n hie ni? t he warmer on me ai- fected part the heat being dry, not rii.t hi.liixt nut the cold. Physicians say that the moist heat of the hot wat er bag will not cure nut aggravate me ailments above mentioned. Many have been sold not a e'ngle complaint. Complete outfit including Warmer, bag belt, coil and 10 tubes of fuel sent prepaid to any part ot me u. a. upi receipt of $1.00. If you wish to know more about this wonderful device write today Tor free descriptive booklet. WELKOM WARMER MFG. CO. tUS l'ultoti St., Sew York. CORPORATION NOTICES. SANITARY PLUMBING JOHN NOTT The I'iuneer I'lumber 182 MERCHANT STREET Phone 1931 . Order Cream Pure Rye Sold bt L0VEJ0Y AND CC. FRIMO BEER NOTICE. . At the annual meeting of the share holders ot-J. Hopp & Co., Ltd.,, held at their iilnee of business, 183 King street, January .11, 1011, tho following otllcers were elected to serve for the ensuing year: K M. Marshall president and Director Jus. K. Jaeger Vice-President and Director L. ('. Abies. .. .Treasurer nnd Director P. J. Lowrcy. . .Secretary nnd Director M. P. TUibinson. .Auditor nnd Director J J. Lnvvnuv, 4812-21 Secretary. Cook with MS OWL (1TOAU NOW Be M. A GUNST f!0 - Aeent- Inter-isiaiKi And O. R. & L. Siiipping books for sale at the Bulletin ofliee, OUc each. acific Jaloon KING ANlf NUUANU STREETS You'll find they're all Kd fel lows here. "It's the Fashion" Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Davies, Prop. '...! .J Rainier Beer F0I BALE 4T ALL BAI Telephone 2131 v Blank books of nil sorts, ledgers, etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Publishing Company.