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THK PACIFIC COMMERCIAL A DVEBTIBER: HONOLULU,-- NOVEMBER 27; MOO.
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571J
Corporation Notices.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT. T,'J: Wo'?'ined'annual
meeting of the stockholders of WILD
KlfH STEAMSHIP COMPANY K
..t thl date, th following officers' were
elected In serve during the ensuing
L. Wight. IVesl.lent
W. ii. Irwin, Vice President.
in se. See v and Tro.. .
. " " 'tl.
W
II.
F. Allen. Auditor
n 'ih Vb't'.r. "1irr"- K- U Ten.
ney. . Pfotenhauer. and O. C. Beck-l-y.
rnmprlw the Hoard of Directors.
. ii. KCtSE, Secretary.
Novumbfr 21, 194H1 5713
Honolulu.
CW'NKD OH)K
rruM i:aT l,KEr
t. Mint of H.-alth.
T . N"V. 13th, 1300.
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,f il.'.ilth up to 12
;-iiw..iy. November
114 t ta I.cper Set
, ...1 4'ookeii r resu
i n. etc., for the
LOVED HIS
I would look foolish to run two bills as he jjj THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
suggested. He finally consented that we Fim judicial Circuit. Territory 01
hould run Joint accounts, but Insisted Hawaii Ref ore Humnhrcvs r. ' -
inai xj "J ! upuriion 01 me expenses.
(Thus 1 w-as forced to pay for all
SHIP BEST
Count Festetics' Wife
Had a Sad Life.
things
1 purchased by me."
i Here the Countess presented a bill to
bear out her asesrtion. . Opposite each
item purchased by her there appeared a
"tick," while Items purchased for his use
bore a cross. One bill, which was read in
evidence and then pocketed by counsel.
reads something like the following:
Cheese, ror the Count, 28 cents.
Hat, for the Countess, $16.
Crystallized fruit, for the Countess, $2.
Mustard, for the Count, IL
Coffee, ror the Count, 60 cents.
Cruet, for the Countess, $12, and cap for
the cruet, $2.
"The items on the bills" continued
M'BHYOE SUCAR CQiWhY, LTD.
HER STORY TOLD IH COURT
at Chambers.
Lillian Lee Newton, an infant, b;- Al
bert F. Judd, her next friend, plain
tiff, vs. George H. Newton an 1 t;arah
W. Newton, his wife; Flora A. Ste
vens, a widow; Caroline N. Clark, a
widow, and Juliette Z. Forbes and
George W. Forbes, her husband, de
fendants. Bill for Partition.
NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
By order and decree of the Hon. A.
S. Humphreys. First Judge of the First
Cicuit Court of the Territory of Ha
waii, sitting at chambers in the above
entitled cause, and as commissioner
appointed by said court, I will offer
NOTH K I IIEREUT GIVEN THAT
th tenth 'FtMmfnt of lit p..r cent
tJ.0 r nhtire). l.-vl-d on the assess-!
bU et.K k of th Mcllryde Sugar Co..'
Ltl.. N due on December 1. I'joo and
will be d-llnjuent on December la! 1 0 '
rWxkhnUeri will fleaoe make prompt'
payment at the offlc. A,f Mesur. Theo
II. I'UHi'B 61 (.. I A a.
Treasurer McBryde Bugar Co., Ltd.
Real Troubles Began in
Where the Yacht's Crew
Deserted.
Milling June
,11 f-r Canned
1 1, l :. r f. Mutton,
1 .iiii'i rans i-j ow
t 1 month of the
i.i tor receive an
U, Hii'l tne oruer lor
.1. i T.l
1 1 " 1 ..1 r3nn..l
I' ' . - -I.- .1 . t . ... V
utr. tor I" nt in .rii
' t . n io 1 on which the
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mw , -
kVnl n,,t bln'1 t"Plt t0 C
aWt r (injr proposal.
CM AM. WILCOX,
in'itry l"rl of M-.'iith
j m Ttinr' I 'V. November :'.th,
, I t h"l 't tv. tender for sup
tv "'Hill jrHon will b
jrr'liy. N'oviodIht "th. at
.. .1 -f -ii Tlnir- iiiy, im n-re-
. 1. 1:. r. ixiw
.Mt"rnty Gfm-al.
r , M t I'tli e. November
5T13
eiv-rti'
VTI' K T" .M.VIIINKU.
tnkn In and
v l:uoy with
,,;;! i:u..y lil l-
1 '.-9
J il M 'AN ILKHs.
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n' -I' lutii .i mum: r'
FRANCISCO, Nov. 15 "Tolna
Au revoir, Kilu. ' lion
SAN
ul-oy!
, "Ahoy, Oceania.
voyage." ,
I Thus did the ships upon which sailed
, Rudolph and Ella, Count and Countess
'Kt-atetica de Tolna, pass In the night. Thf
" Oceania went down to 'the sea and be
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE hiri h-- .v.- , , ,v.
fomnanv tn -7 L"i .1 ytht Tolna at anchor In the Strait
' ' "... "it s 1 1 1 T I 'llln Ol
j Countess Festetics, "were segregated, and
I all purchased by me were paid by me. and
Count festetics footed his portion of the for sale and sell at public auction, at
MIL Though the cruet and a silver nap-; noon on Wednesday, the 2Sth day of
kin ring I purchased were for use on the ; November, A. D. 1900. at the front en
vacht. I waa forced to pay for the aame, I trance of the Judiciary building in
Ijust because I fancied them and suggest-j Honolulu In the Island of Oahu, the
Honolulu ed that they were needed." (several parcels of land situate in said
. j irurr Hum v-uuni r esieucs 10 ma wne fionoiuiu ana nereunaer described
was introduced In evidence. In this mis
five the Count sent New Year's greetings corner
to his wire. Then he bravelv asserted and nmninir-
that he was In search of a commission in I i. North 57 10' east, true, 19 fet
the British army for service in ' the 'along Kekaulike street:
THIS DAY I
At Auction
onolulu and hereunder described: TITUQIiaV Kj i iV L'M UVl 17
Section 1 Commencing at the east H U tioJUA 1 , JNUYLjlDhK 27.,
rner of Queen and Kekaulike streets!
ANNUAL MEETING.
KWA PLANTATION COMPANY.
Transvaal. He concluded by stating that
!f he didn't get killed in the war he would
ct-rtninly make a fortune after It was ov
er. Other letters were Introduced, but in
addition to the fact that in writing to her
husband the Countess always addressed
him in endearing terms, they contained
nothing of Importance.
; On crosa-examinatlon and In conclusion
Countess Festetics said her husband's
mother wrote to her and expressed her
wonder that she had remained on board
the yacht as long as she did. She further
th- Chamber of Commerce In Hor.olu- iII:c. Ella, Countess Festetics de ald that her parting with her husband
lu. on Wdnedav. Novemtwe ? 1mui ! Tolna. was comlnir homo in lumrh hr 'was not more affectionate th.in that nr-
t it) o chick a, m. action for divorce against her titled and corded any Sentleman friend, save that
E. D. TENNEY. characteristically negligent husband. He he was forcl to kls hlm Kood-by owing
Secretary Ewa I'Untatlon Co. 'remained behind to breath, his nil of the,to the Pr"nce of the Austrian Consul.
., . v L ,t lr of h ?n. to fight and quarrel " Countess Festetics thus concluded her
Th- time of the above meeting hasjwith his black-skinned crew and to grow ;"l"nr. and her cousin Miss Hooper was
IWn ch.inge.J from Wednesday. No- rmtWu with the annoyances of the caUed to tne ,tand- Miss Hooper simply
vemtr-J, at 10 o'ebwk . m.. to Frl- ! co kroaches and creepers" that Ulllan le,,t,ne1 ,t,?at Countess Festetics was in
day. November 30, 19oa, t 10 o'clock I Itoes Thomson of Honakonr avers infest-, Pr heaUh wnn he started on her trip
. m. fount v...ti. r.omi. ... 'with her husband in the Tolna In 1833.
Lieutenant Brooks followed Miss Hooper
'to the stand. He said he met Countess
Festetics at Honolulu, again at Yokoha-
E. D. TENNY.
E. D. TENNEY.
ANNUAL MEETING.
I yacht." The Count says it Is luxurious.
I Count Festetics fulfilled his end of ue
bill until the bones of the Tolna sank be-m-ath
the sea. Countess Festetics launch
;ed h"r divorce proceedings. They were
WAfAffA vuritrm ti m r-nxt in'arJ by JuKe Uahrs yesterday and the
V AIALL A AGRICULTURAL t OM- action was submitted for decision.
A?!, LTD. .Mr- iWey protested against the action
. . ,of the court In taking the case under ad-
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE vlsement until such time as Count Fes
xhareholders of th Walalun Agrtt ui-; t-tlrs deposition, setting forth his de
tural Ci., Ltd., will b held at thef ne In detail, arrived from Vienna. E.
rMims of th C hamber of Commerce in H. IMIlsbury, counsel for Countess Fes
Honolulu, on Wednesday, November 2 .tetlcs. swept aside the necessity of a
l', at 11 o'clock a. m. 'deposition by Count Festetics by admlt-
E. I. TENNEY, 'ting that the Austrian Count would deny
perretary Wal.ilua Agricultural Co., everything asserted by Countess Festet
Ltd. 5712 !lts and corroborating witnesses, and
would reaffirm every allegation made In
"iTlrN KKiJAilMNO THE
-1 :KNT THE rEAD
;.t TllK tH.-i TKICT OF
H.iNoI.LI.t;.
h T! 4t thT" havln ben no
-, ! f .r l.'irl.il of the dead
H Ui expiration of
tv M- t..i."r tt. and an
( ti'n li.ivh' been granted
i imri.il permit until
a pr-fi itd by law should
)'! n. n"W. thst such feaal
.rri.nu i nn a rxiiripUahed
1 r
T'it in I'Tmlt for Inter
A, ! inr.'iM within the city
Of to th nlrntdy poses
t '-it.
1 1 I'mi ill go into effect
' if'-r t!i. r?t day of Jsnu-
. n noon.
1. nt i mr I of Health.
u S iv. ?, 1 urn J70?
The time of the above meeting has
len changed from Wednesday, No
vember sx. at 11 o'clock a. m.. to Fri
day. NovemlK-r 30. l), at 11 o'clock a.
m.
E. D. TENNEY.
Secretary Walalua Agricultural Co.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
nis answer to his wire s divorce com
plaint. Under the statute there was no
jalteroatlve but for the court to take the
rase under advisement, but Judge llahrs
j stated, however. If Count Festetics de
position arrived In the near future he
would consider the snm In his delibera
tions on the merits of the plaintiff's case.
I Countefs Festetics entered the court-
jroom at the opening of the morning ses.
, . . vrfii t , , . . 1 1 . j iiruicuaiii in inc. iiuuuiii ntm. J
slrn accompanied by Mr. Illlsbury, Miss.. ,, , . ... .,., , .
. , , f , . i ibrllliant social life awaited them, but hi
Klisabetn Hooir, her caimin, who r- . , , .
sides t St. Helena: Lieutenant Frank L0;e'e n w tZ it iV
Hrooks Uphnm of the I'ensacola and an- Kr'a,Pr than his love for his wife.
ma and again at Hongkong. At Hong
kong he aald many naval officers agreed
with him that the yacht was fit only for
coast trips.
Countess Festetics' case was closed with
the deposition of Lillian Ross Thomson.
In her deposition the witness testified
that she visited the vessel. "I was dirty
and unkempt." she said, "and in the cabin
there were creepers and cockroaches." but
he and other visitors were too polite to
remark about the peculiar conditions they
found. Count Festetics was "surly, im
polite and disagreeable." He never went
near his wife unless she called him and
jthat was seldom. He neglected her and
treated her cruelly and unjustly so.
Such Is the story of the life of an Aus
trian Count with an American girl for a
wife. Countess Festetics Is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis T. Haggln of New
York and a granddaughter of the late J.
H. Haggin. the noted millionaire. The
Count Is the second son of Count Slgls-
mund Festetics. once Chamberlain of the
Austrian court, and was formerly a sec
ond lieutenant In the .Austrian army. A
s
as
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN THAT i
the co-partnership existing tn-tween W. other gentleman friend. She was dressed
I.. MrCabe. E. H. Hamilton, cf the city In a black taltor-made gown relieved with
f Taeonia. county of Fierce. State of ; white, and wore a fetching black chiffon
Washington. I. H. A., and W. C W. turban.
Itenny, of Honolulu. Ttrrltory of Ha- f'ounte Festett,- ws Immediately call
wall, aetlng under the firm name cf.ed to the stand by Mr. Illlsbury
MrCABK. HAMILTON A RF.NNY. I i Immediately addressed the court and be-
by mutual consnt of the above men-'gsn to tell the story of her sufferings
tlon1 pnrtle this day dissolved. thl aboard the Tolna during her Ave years
Capt. George D. Coffey, of Chicago,
Is uead. He was a Mississippi planter
owning large estates in the South b
fon the war. hen a prisoner on a
She ! federal gunboat he planned and al
most accomplished the escape of con
federate prisoners and the capture of
the boat.
W. I McCABE.
E. S. HAMILTON,
5?li V- -4,V. C. W. KENNY.
th (th ;iy of Nov em fr. I'.ioo. at sea, the details of which have been
.heretofore publ shed. Referring to the
, many trials and tribulations of her un
;hVly vayg Coariteei Festetics said"
her real troubles began at Honolulu,
j "At Honolulu." she said, "the captain
'and crew of the Tolna deserted and after
.we had secured a new crew I was com-
THE ItooKrt OF THIS COMPANY pelled to tske the post of sailing master.
will t.e closed to transfers from Mnv went from Honolulu to Tahiti, visit-
.tv Vnvemhre 2R. Irxsi to FrhLiv. No- ed all or the islands or tne Houtn aens.
vemtN-r 3. 13o. Inclusive.
WAIMEA SUGAR MILL CO.
w
1711
A. HOW EN.
Treasurer.
ANNUAL MEETING.
:: N"TK E fir INTEN
f r"ur.i:r.oL,nE ani
K:tu:r.;-tT G!VFS THAT
p o..r of iIm fotttaln
i" Tirfi.i dat'd Msv
i!.. i. u i & i & & i t .
"f .iilkl . ll Ol
4 ' "' I ..f nhti, mortgagor
4. i.l N I Ii. j li iln. un.lrf
" f A i ' l A I'ohluflon of
i Mi.ir'a e. a. id r"'ord-
1 ry f Cmveyancea In
i ' r ; ..i, on p.i s :mj to
i i IiiI.'IhI to fofe.
'I'nirfi for condition
on -pityrni'nt of
r 4' w h'i'i iie,
i: ii that the
' ii I fimrttfSge
. in. Moo st the
f I i t'. Murkfaii.
'i. i, on Hiiturday,
and thence we went to Sydney. From the
time we left Sydney I began to complain
of my sufferings aboard the Tolna, I was
broken In health, my nervous system wis
!a wreck and I felt that If I did not die
T would go crazy. My pleadings to my
husband were met with cynical smiles
and for three more years I was forced
to comply with his wishes.
"During the trip we visited Kobe and
there found a message Informing me that
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE my mother wns seriously 111. I Immediate-
hareholders of th- Above company wlll,ly took a steamer for home, and d'd not
be held at the office of C. Hrewer ft Join my husband again until, early in
C... Ltd. In Honolulu on Wednesday, . May. 1'J. He was then at Hongkong with
ooKALA
SUGAR 1'LANTATION
COMPANY
133 feet
2. South 3 00 east, true. 12.7 feet
along land sold by M. Kekuanaoa to
Pulunui;
3. South 81 00 west, true, 13.5 feet
along land sold by M. Kekuanaoa to J
Opailu; '
4. South 1 15' east, true, C3.5 f ?et i
along same to mauka line of Queen '
street;
5. North 28 35' west. true. 2.5 feet
along Queen street; thence
6. North 3 00' west, true, 63 feet
along Queen street to initial point.
Containing an area of 8.1000 acre.
Section 2 Commencing at the north
corner of Queen and Kekaulike street
and running:
1. North 3" 00' west, true. 178.5 feet
along Queen street to the south corner
of section 3;
2. South 10 55' east, true.
along L. C. Award. 170 to Kekuanaoa;
3. South 2" 30' eaat, true. 40 feet
along land sold by Kekuanaoa to Pu
lunui to Kekaulike street, thence
4. South 67" 10' west, true, 19.6 feet
along Kekaulike street to initial point,
containing an area of 44.1000 acre.
Section 3 Commencing at an angle
i-n the line of Queen 6treet on the
mauka side, which point bears south i
54" 40' west, true, 264.6 feet, from an
iron pin at the south corner of King;
and Queen streets, near the Hoolili-'
manu bridge, and running: j
1. South 3" 00' east, true, 167 feel i
along mauka side of Queen street to
north corner of section 2:
2. North 47 00' east, true, 03.2 f : et ;
along L. C. Award 10 to Kekuanaoa; I
3. North 46" 35' east, true, 124 feet i
along same; I
4. North 17 30' west. true. 11:1.7 feet
along part of L. C. Award 1125 to W.
L. Lee, sold to Armstrong to Queen
street; thence
South 54" 40' west. true. 163 feet
along Queen street to initial point, j
containing an area of 53.100 acre.
Which pieces or parcels of land were
originally part of Land Commissioners'
Award No. 11225. Royal Patent 1873,v.
Also: ;
Section 4 An undivided half of the j
following piece or parcel of land s:t- j
uate at the south corner of Nuuanu i
and Merchant streets in said Honolulu.
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M.,
At the cottage, directly behind the
residence of Mr. Jas. Stelner, on
Adam's Lane, I will tell Household
Furniture and Furnishings, consisting
of
EMANELED WHITE BEDROOM
BET,
WARDROBES.
COUCH,
PICTURES.
4 BEDSTEADS,
ICE CHESTS, I
OAK DINING TABLE, , ":
ETC., ETC, ETC.
WILLE. FISHER,
AUCTIONEER.
At Auction
At the residence of Rev. E. WV
TW1NG, 648 Fort Street, corner Chap
lain Lane, .
WEDNESDAY NOV. 28.
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
I will sell at Auction Household Fur
niture and Furnishings, consisting of a..
WEBER PIANO.
PARLOR FURNITURE,
ELEGANT OAK CABINETS Con
taining many valuable Curios,
OAK AND CANE CHAIRS,
OAK WRITING DESKS.
VALUABLE OIL PAINTINGS, 3ome
from Royal Palace,
OYNX TABLE,
LIBRARY, containing valuable
Books. 2 NEW IRON BEDSTEADS,.
CHEFFONIER,
FERNS AND PLANTS.
i.WILL E. FISHER, g
T AUCTIONEER.
November 1 H'O, at 1 a. m.
E. F. ItlSHOP.
Secretary.
Iafed Ilonolu'u. November 2). 1'K.
57(
ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
WAIALUA AGRICULTURAL CO.
LIMITED.
'.. ' " I.i K NooN.
. '' ""'r' 1 ,,y rnr,rt"
.,'' A 1 i.f th e prn.nes
'''''' K..nn. .:ini of
' !' r; .., ,,f xhm premises
1 ri.nt No.
Air N.. ICItW to
I r,, ,.. rii.,,1 as f d-
point on the
K Ii iTiirr, IV Road.
''I fill I lll.'II.MI of
I t! running:
1.1 f....t n,x
t.:1 tti-m-
, ' '. J O f..et nlone me.
' . .1 . 1. . .
'Mi.ii
-t v
the Tolna. Against my objection, for I
was In poor health, we set sail for Ma
;nlla. The crew was made up of Malays,
j Filipinos and Lascars, while the captain
was an Austrian. In addition to my fear
of the crew and the elements, I was forc
ied to accept a Chinese boy Instead of a
'maid. When we reached Manila we
: found that Admiral Iewey bad destroyed
(the Spanish flotilla, and as things were
stld In a dangerous condition he ordered
the yacht away. We went, but my hus
itand Insisted on visiting the other Impor
tant cities of the Philippine archipelago.
Though we were In constant danger we
cruised around and among the Islands, but
THE NlNTlv AND FINAL AS-..s-nient
of l' P-r cent tllO.OO peri
hare), has ieen caiieu on iu. - without Iniurv. we made our way
tie stock of this company, to 0orn P(l'ndakaf m Rorneo. where we ar
lo. and payable atj n omr Castle n Augujt of
. Cook. Ltd.. on October 30, IM.VtL.-. w cru,i around and finally arrived
MNQL'ENT NOVEMItKR 30. 19-k). Ir. Hlnjfapori Th(.re the physician order
' .A . led me to the mountains for my health.
Treas. Walalua Agricultural Co., ,Count F.tftics would have none of it.
Lfd. 6690 nr Mj the yacht was good enough for
me and that I was not as sick as I
KinttnC Tfl OIA4 eTf.pK 'thought I wa. At last. In despair that I
UfJinERS went ashore and he sailed away, leaving
i m penniless at Singapore. I telegraphed
" ihome for money. My father responded
THE H. F. DILLINGHAM CO.. Ltd., irornp.y and I took the steamer for
having taken the ency or me via home.
TODAY !
WILL E. FISHER WILL SELL
Fine Furnit c aud
Ice Chest
Behind James Stelner's residence, AD
AM'S LANE.
C. H. DICKEY,
General Business Agen
Corner King and Bethel Sts.
I WILL TRANSACT GENERAL
BUSINESS OF ALL KINDS, act as
rustee, guardian or administrator, col
ect rents, make purchases, etc.. etc.
All business Instrusted to me will re
ceive prompt attention.
C. H. DICKEY.
being a portion of Land Commission-
ers' Award 626. apana 1, to S. Reynolds, '
bounded and described as follows: j
Commencing at the north corner of
this lot at the south angle of Nuuanu
antf Merchant streets on new Ktre t
line and running:
1. South 28 107 east, true, 1S.1 feet
along new line of Merchant street;
2. South 71 5' west, true, 27.25 feet
along L. C. Award 626. apnna 3, to S. ,
Reynolds, along police station lot; : i
3. North 22" 10' west, true, 75.5 feet
along Segelken lot to Nuuanu street;
4. North 67 40' east, true, 19.17 fetL
along Nuuanu street to initial point. I
containing an area of 1.S0O square feet. ' Merchant streets.
The iand and premises situate at the .
south angle of Nuuanu and Merchant UKlDAlt 'flUYhMlSKK 5U,
streets, of which an undivided ha fi j
will be sold, as above, has for the AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
owners cf the other undivided half the: . , . .
heirs of the estate' of th i.-,t.. Ttnn a Uliiti&ii rAKmuLAta in later
75 Bicycles
AT AUCTION
At my salesroom, corner Alakea and
James W. Austin of Boston
Further information concerning the i
said parcels of land may be obtained ;
by application at my ofhee, room 203, i
Judd building, in Honolulu. ,
The titles of the land to be sold as
above mentioned have been adjudicated
by the court. Sales will bf- subject to.
Champagne
l f ef. then e
l. ji' f... . i .
''I' .
; -r- ,
'Ml ..,
'"" 'ind,
V of begin-
'fty-slt hun-
I" or less.
Improvements
and appur
i.ejlrg
''. At.LEN.
' the firm nam
"t. mortgagee.
X1GAII CO.. LTI., all Ayst.Mi.nio
lue on th stock of that company are
now pavabte at the onV of aald The
It. F. Dillingham
transfers or atocc win o mao unvuft..
that cfllce. ,
Treasurer ola Sugar Co., Ltd.
Honolul-i. Nov. 13. T0
tei
'I
1 Statea gold
,s'!,"r, ppy to
' ' irneys f,,r the
r" t -,..f
10.
v
' ll
r. ...
1 1,
"n posip.ned
r lr. at aame
NOTICE.
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"I last raw the Count In the Straits of
Malacca. The Oceania. In which 1 sail
ed, passed close to the yacht one dark
night. I shouted: 'Tolna, ahoy? Back
from the little vessel came the shout:
'Ahoy, Oceania. A'l revoir, Ella. Bon
voyage." The little vessel was lost In tne
darkness and I have not seen my husband
since; neither have I heard his voice.
"The Count waa never sollcltoua for my
welfare. Once he sent me off to the
yacht, when she waa lying off shore, at
tended only by a Chinese boy and a black
fiTrrvn nP THE sauor. yjmj gncr urn oik ' j -.
KAHULUI R. P CO. NOTICE
1 7f I , rie K.hu ul Railroad did I h.v. a maid, and that was at Syd-
ohler- of th J1U,SE ney. She left me at Yokohama because
ny I. called for ' W"1'' shi waa frightened almoat to death by the
r 2-. IW at 10 . .. ' t the of w. h p,u,sed through. I was
' mm.-m 1..l rlftllh ftf TTI V erBITlOed OUKr'
in- .- - - ,w.le.wa as wearieu to unui vi
consider an amendment to the J by -law. cahn
and any other bualneaa that may come . re Tn Cou
ft. w - Aft I... . .
Honolulu.
NOTICE.
being but twelve
Count'a desire to go to
before the meeting. Africa hastened my conclusion to quit the
V- K..itTi n itCo y-""1 forever. The dangers with which
Pecretary Kahulul R. ' such a voyage across the Indian Ocean
November 13. iw. am wr fought were too much for my
'.nerves, but he laughed at me. Then he
'.deserted me and I am here.
! husband never supported rae.
- Though we never had any agreement that
THH STOCK BOOKfl OF THE HA- , WM t apport myself, he compelled me
wallan Sugar Company will be closed to aJ po lf i wanted luxuries I was farc
in te.nafer from Monday. November to nuy tnem for myself. I paid for my
zn, to Friday,
elusive.
Heidsick Dry Monopole. E2S
George Goulet, Extra Dry.
Jules Mumm & Company,
Extra Dry. ,
IN QUARTS AND PINTS. AT
F. A. Schaefer & Co's.
advertisements.
Deeds at
continuation by the court,
expense of purchasers.
ROYAL D. MEAD. !
Commissioner.
Dated Honolulu, October 30, 1900.
lursuant to an order made this d iv '
by the Honorable A. S. Humphreys i". j
the above entitled suit, the said sale i
has been postponed to Wednesday, the !
5th day of December. 1900, at 12 o'clock j
noon of said day. at same Dlace.
Dated November 26, 1900. 5713
WILL E. FISHER. Auctr.
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At Auction
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30,
FURNITURE
AND
Household Effects
FOR SALE
Mr.
will
Have You
A PIECE OF
Real Estate
YOU WISH
To Sell?
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It TirsfAf .
Office
teterhone
vf. u iioprnn.
Secretary.
November 30, both ln-own wa,hlng and my own clothing. He
pever gave me a garment In his lire. once,
on a Christmas, he became generous and
gave me tZO. He forced me to pay my
own physician's bins and meet other ex
f e similar nature, though he al-
waya had money .to expend on hlmaelf
when he desired. When he hired a car
riage I waa forced to pay the bill, for
I he said he only got the horsee to please
me. and I must pay for my own amuse-
GOLF.
Bring it to us. We act as agents for
the sale of realty. Also, appraisers and
trustees.
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A MEETING OF THOSE INTER
esVed ire golf will be held In tfct'
Men Thistle Club on Wednesday. No
vember zn. at Pumn xcuun.
1713 Secretary pro tern.
"He went so far In his demand that I
support myself that he wanted to run sep
arate bills, one for each of ua, at various
'placet at which we traded. I told him It
Office: 204 Judd Building.
Telephone Main 310
F. J. InVREY. President.
C. D. CHASE. Vice President and
Manager.
ARTHUR R. WOOD. Treasurer.
J. A. OILMAN. Secretary.
E. P. DOLE, Auditor.
Owing to intending departure
ANTON CROPP of Koloa, Kauai
sell at Private Sale at his residence,
KOLOA. KAUAI, all of his HOUSE
HOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS,
comprising In part:
PARLOR FURNISHINGS.
BLACK EBONY PARLOR SUITE,
BLACK WALNUT PARLOR SUITE,
EBONY BOOKCASE AND LADY'S
WRITING DESK,
1 "BECHSTEIN" PIANO.
PICTURES AND BRIC-A-BRAC,
LIBRARY FURNITURE.
DINING ROOM FURNITURE.
CROCKERY, GLASS AND SILVER
WARE.
BED AND TABLE LINEN.
KITCHEN FURNITURE AND
UTENSILS,
ETC., ETC.
At my salesroom, corner Alakea and
Merchant streets, I will offer for sale
I at auction, that magnificent
Corner Lot
j BEING THE NORTH CORNER OF"
;pENSACOLA and KINAU STREETS.
SIZE 100x200 FEET.
1 THIS LOT is ready to be built upon.
Well planted with hedge and large
' trees, with good lawn.
Its proximity to the very best resl
idencea In Honolulu places It most ad
vantageous for a home site.
The D2w electric street car line now.
laying its rails, will run within one
block of the corner.
TERMS One-third ; cashV. balance,,
one-third In one year; balance in two
years, m per cent interest on deferred
payments. .
The limit cr reserve price being $6,500.
This Is an exceptional opportunity and
should be considered.
Will E. Fisheri
AUCTIONEER.
All articles will be on sale at the res
idence, Koloa, Ka-ai, from December
1st to December 15th, 1900, when pur
chasers can make their selections.
THE HAWAIIAN AGRICULTURAL
COMPANY.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the stockbooks of the Hawaiian Agri
cultural Company will be closed to
transfers from the 26th to the 30th In
stants, Inclusive.
GEORGE H. ROBERTSON.
8711 Treasurer H. A. Co.
NOTICE
DR. M. E. GROSSMAN'S OFFICE
will be closed for a few weeks during
bis absence from tbe Islands. 5695
At Auction
FRIDAY, NOV. 30, 1900,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At my salesroom, corner of Alakea
and Merchant streets, I will offer for
sale at auction by order of J. S. CAN
NARIO, Esq., the
Polama Ranch and
Ponpoo Ranch.,
Adjoining the Campbell Land at Puna,
Hawaii, containing 1.806 acres, the limit
or reserve price being $12,000.
One hundred and forty acres of this
.land has been rl&nted In coffee.
! All the land is exceptionally rood for
graslng purposes.
Terms of sals: Cash.
WILL E.7iSHERr Auctr.
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