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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, DECEMBER
21 , n
BY AUTHORITY,
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, r in.ikiif't fli s having
. , ly the Government
l r"f. A. KoebHe, during
I'm Hi- Stmt ft Pti InlripM
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WILCOX TALKS ABOUT. THE
POLITICS OF THESE ISLANDS
R
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WILCOX, the title- irt,( that tlttliK Drlni.a tlovl.l o-nt
V C'nrr,", 'fm Hawaii No, I do not call myself a Democrat. I
lyn the Rio ami la t ih cvh.
h. r. l.y glv-n by th- dntal with Mr-. Wilcox hi ihn.ir.. of .h- t.i.-
f Arwulte,a'l rv?.HJ private secretary. Mr. viw i. i Am0 .w- !.,..
.mm lIaL.i - " ivui v , a cr. i iitt iia v
Hawaiian, are now full citizens. About
am going to Washington as an Inde
pendent representative of the interests
trl tly frblddn.
WHAT TATIUt.
r Agriculture an I For
I tnb-r 11. im 7?.4
rn
riMl NOTICE.
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1 Mil.
iTiponnimFi tr inn m i ju- or age and waa born
S' n Island and Au-:n the Inland, hit father -i,,
American ami his mother a native Ha-
nn. Air. wiiroi was educated
' Italy.
The d-legate from th Islan N was. as
,m..st triple remember, the leader In
two revolution at Honolulu In ISO and
,!"!". In the days before annexation
i Mr. Wilcox was always a strong; ui-
porter of the ltawalaln dynasty, and In
f.ut the chief object of the revolution
In which Mr. Wilcox waa engaged was
t r. t.,re first of all to King Kalakaua
nd Inter to tjueen Llllu.kaianl trA
power which has been usurped by th-so-called
"missionary party," who nr
in fa t the phinttTS. They ure call' .
In the tM.,tl of the Inlnn.1. t,m ml--
(sl. nary prty because many of them
, ure the ni.n f missionaries who sttUd
n the Inland and took to growing u
1 arar.
! It
i- . with Heotlon I of Chap
( the ws of ISMtJ:
h.ilillnx water rrlvlW-irva
ii wut-r rates ar liere
ii, .it the wki.t rale for
Fe trains
time.
are generally running on
ENGLAND IS WILLING.
by
i .i Julie 3D, I'.HII. will be
i.. st the ofTli e of the
Pi v, ii T rK t' me ii u.iy
rnminlnir unt.aM fr
ttiry re due will be sub
litmnul ten per cent.
upon which rate re
reliru;try IS, lKil, (30
. I I wy is lallrtiinanl sk a
... ..... u ltk.klil K.a
,!.! U" pvble at the office f the
Yt,.pr v..rk 4 In the basement of Capl
1 k..C,l.r if. ' ..
ANnrtKW IHtnWN.
ju,-t . II nolulu Water
,,t,,.lu; i. !. 2". lwo. 1 ' '
Work.
ii:ALKl TKNDKU3
j be r-"ivrj at the offlca of the 8a-
ni.na.iit of 1'ubllo Works until 11
n.'.m of Monday, December
,x . Ir t.yo tas of coal to be d
,rr. t th pumplnir Htatlon cf the
,i r W Tk .
.ei(1. .uions st the ofTlce of the Su-
a'.-tnl- tit of Water Works.
' ftiiin'l llitendent does not bind
nw f 1 1 Tept the owet or any
I J A. M CANDLKSrf.
!iit",lnt',nlent of Public Work,
ti n. lulu. Iec. IV loo. B73J
11,000 of them are registered and about
8,000 of them voted at the last election.
They are not registered unless they can
read and w rite their own tongue, or En
glish. We have Rood schools and near
ly all the natives can read and write.
The schools are now all teaching Kn
fclish and the next generation will speak
and Write that language.
"Tes, the planters made a hard fight
against n threatened to discharge '
their men If they voted for me. In j
fact, they have dischnrged some of the
men who voted for rue and men who I
were working for the (Jovernment on
the roads w-re discharged for the same
reason.
' "Contract labor? No, we have no
more contract labor now. The law has
rt a stop to that. The work on the
plantations Is mostly done by Japanese.
, (Thy get $20 a month and the planters
wns his former assoclAtl..n .ith mn ntr r.v v,. ih.t .i
-' aava v f.'U J t I IIUII IIIUV ailVI
the Kin and Queen that gave rise to do welL
the Impression that Mr. Wilcox's elec- "Governor Dole headed the opposition
non wH n inumpn ror the royalNt par- to my election. . The planters spent a
ty, but Mr. Wilcox says this was noth- great deal of money, but we elected a
Ins; more than a campaign cry. Ttoyal
Ism 1 dead on the Islands, he says,
and the natives a well as the Ameri
can have fully and logically accepted
their statu a citizen of the United
States.
"There were three Candida tes," raJd
Mr. Wilcox. "They said that Trlnce
David and I ere In favor nf the restoi
atlon of the monarchy, but there ts
nothing In that. It was started onry I
clear majority of the two branches of
th Legislature. Legislative work?
Well, for one thing, the majority pro
poses to put limitations on the powers
of the Board of Health, which is now
all-powerful, and will hold an Investi
gation to ascertain whether It was real
ly necessary to burn down Chinatown
and destroy $2,000,000 worth of property
to get rid of the plague.
"The Queen? L.lllu-.kalanl Is living
for electioneering purposes. ThcandI-,In the Islands. She has considerable
date of the planters; who called Mmself xroperty there, but it Is heavily mort
a Republican In politics, polled a largr 'gaged. Fhe hopes that Congress will
vote in Honolulu, but I beat him In th ,make her compensation for the loss of
other Island. her position." San Francisco Ex-
"Te. I got most of th native vote, change.
Will 8ign Agreement Beached
Foreign Kiaiaters.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 13.-The latest
advices from Peking, from official
sources, is that England has signified
a willingness to sign the agreement
reached by the foreign ministers with
a slight amendment which is said to be
in the nature of a mere change in form
rather than an amendment of the scope
of the agreement at any material point.
It was the understanding that England
was the only power that was holding
back and as, according' to the advices
received here, the slight changes made
or proposed to be made by England do
not contact with any of those held out
here. From the point of view of the
State Department there seems to be no
substantial obstacle to an almost Imme
diate closure of the negotiations
concerning the preliminary agreement.
Mr. Conger s latest advices to the State
Department indicated very clearly that
the German Minister at Peking, Mumm
von Schwarzensteln; was living up to
the spirit promise of the German gov
ernment to abate its demands or the
imposition of the death penalty upon
lrince Tuan and Chwang, Duke Ian
and other Boxer ringleaders. It was
upon this very point that the United
States made the issue with Germany,
and England and was said to have pre
vailed, so that if any demand is still
made by Germany in the line Indicated,
It is contrary to Mr. Conger's reports
and would be distinctly a surprise to
the State Department here. Therefore
the officials are fully prepared to hear
at almost any moment that the plenipo
tentiaries at Peking have signed the
agreement and that the latter had been
laid before Prince Chlng and LI Hung
Chang.
M
A Massachusetts man has sent a
Christmas circular to the Czar. He
wishes to abolish war and disband
armies effecting a saving of $3,620,000,
000 annually. .
m GSR
5
il'Al.Kl) rnoro3.L3
xxx. nn nr.cKiVED at the ok-
i of lunnl of Commissioners, Can-
ii rir station, until January IS,
l fr the rtellrery la Honolulu
",n three months after notification
' instance of tender, for
n flrst-iie st'iira pltoo fira n
, mpitiHy 1.000 to 1,200 gallons per
v:'". Approximate weight 1.000
in.l.
iilfl.tlon must accompany all
t , fr
On t'-hor how wagon (equipped
t HTvirei, to cury 1.200 fest fir
.;r!fl.'tloti to accompany all bids,
ft commissioner rria the right
j rM any or all bid.
KKNNBT1I IL O. WALLACE.
Jeretary Board of Commissioners,
Honolulu Fir Department.
BLUFF YANKEE?
HAUGHTY GERMAN
Chaffee Sends Note to Waldersec
and Then Gefs it
Back.
XUl'LATIOM mcOARDINO THE
INTRIIMKNT OF TUB DRAO
IN THD DISTRICT OF
HONOLULU.
Wtir, That there having ben do
ft prepared for burial of the dead
ixiuirel by law at the expiration of
m perioil set, October 1st. 1900, and an
rnton of time having been granted
'f stich special burial permit until
mtrie a prescribed by law should
miUbte, and now that such feast
' trrangements are an accomplished ; tionabl"
H, therefore
LONDON. Dec. 10. "General Cha?e
wrote a letter to Count von Walder
see," says th Peking correspondent
nf the Morning Post, "complaining of
the removal by French and German
troops of the astronomical Instruments
from the wait of Peking, but the letter
was returned to him on account of Its
tone. He has notified the foreign en
voys that all persons are prohibited
passing the American guard on en
tering the south gate of the palace
owing to the frequent cases of loot
ing. The ministers are offended at this
Individual assumption of authority.
TIIF. GERMAN EXPLANATION-
IlEKLIN, Iec. II, 2 p. in. The Ger
man ForeUn Office authorises the As
sociated Press to make the following
statement regarding the Waldersee-
Chaffee Incident, based upon a cable
dispatch Just received from Field Mar
Count von Waldersec. says In a private
dispatch received In Berlin:
"The Frwich have abandoned their
operations to remove astronomical in
struments from the walls of Peking.
presumably In order to Impress the Chi
nese with their comparative clemency,
but the Germans continue removing In
rtruments, under the protection of a
company of engineers."
LONDON, Dec. 7. The Dally Newa
publishes tie following from Naga
saki, datM December 4th: "The order
Corporation Notices.
NOTICE.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the Union Feed Co., Ltd., held the 18th
day of December, 1900, the follow! n
persons were elected as officers of the
company to serve for the ensuing year,
viz.
President Mr. W. F. Allen
Vice President' Mr. E. D. Tenney
Manager and Treasurer
Mr. F. W. Macfarlane
Secretary ...... Mr. Southard Hoffman
Auditor Mr. F. Klamp
Directors Mr. W. F. Allen, Mr. E.
THISDAY.
AT AUCTION 1
By order of the administrator of the
estate of B. E. Steigmann, deceased,
I will sell at Public Auction to the
highest bidder' for cash, the entire
stock contained in the premises on
makai side of King street, two doors
Walkikl of Bethel street.
AT 10 A. M., TODAY,
and to continue all day and druing the
evening until 9 o clock.
The stock consists of many packages
just received or
SUPERIOR QUALITY OF HARD
WARE of all mechanical puruaits,
NUMEROUS VALUABLE TOOLS,
TOYS, STATIONERY, etc., etc.
Carpenters' Brickmasons and Ma
chinists are particularly addressed.
WILL E, FISHER, Auctr.
THIS DAY,
GREAT
CHRISTMAS
AUCTION
SALE
MORTGAGJAE'&OTICE OF INTEN
TION OF FORECLOSURE AND
OF SALE.
. T. .-v i
Notice is- hereby gfven that Dtirsuant
to the power of sale contained in that
certain motgaere dated June 22d ' ira.
made by C. W. Kinnev nf Honolulu.
Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, as
mortgagor, to Edith M W Molrlsa-ortH
of said Honolulu as mortgagee, and re
corded in the Registry of Conveyances
iu Honolulu tn liber 180,, on pages 120
unu in, .me mortgagee Intends to
foreclose the inorttrHtre for. ennlltlnra
broken, to wit: the non-payment of In
terest when due. ......
Notice is likewise given that the nron-
erty conveyed by the said mortgage
wm be sold at public auction at the
auction rooms of .Jamea P Unran.
Queen street. Honolul U. ' on Wednes
day, the 9th day of January, 1901. at 13
o'clock noon.
The property eovered by eald. mort
gage consists of: -All that certain Diece
or parcel of land situate at Alaeafclla,
District of Hamakua. Island of . Ha
waii, Territory of Hawaii, bounded and
particularly . aescribed as follows, to
wit: : - : - .' ..,
Commencing on the-north comer,, of
this at stream of Kaumoll, and run
ning along Manoa's kuieana, S. 68",;5
feet to a kukui tree marked V., makai
of the road; thence-up along stream S.
3 W., 820 feet to Papapa's kuleana;
thence along said kuleana N. 72
575 feet; S. 2 1-4 E., 675 feet; S. $2? E..
3d0 feet; thence up again along stream
to stone and kukui tree marked X. ma
kai of Government road; N. 81 1-8 W..
390 feet to stone marked X, mauka of
Kiowal; thence down along middle of
stream to place or commencement.
Containing an area of . thirty-six acres
and being the same premises described
in Koyai Patent Grant No. 1737 to Pa
papa, and the same that were conveyed
to the mortgagor by deed of Pahuume
and Polani, dated August 31st, ,im,-nd
recoraea tn tne omce of the Registrar
of Conveyances in Hber 1M, page 204.
x ogeiner witn ail ' the rights. . ease
ments, privileges J and appurtenances
thereunto belonging. ,' -
EDITH M. W HOLDSWORTH,
. Mortgagee.
Terms Cash. United States srold colnr
deeds at expense of purchaser.
iror further particulars aoolv to
Holmes & Stanley, attorneys for mrt-
gagee.
Dated, Honolulu, December 14th, 1300.
67S0
MORTGAGEE S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION OF FORECLOSURE AND
OF SALE.
F. It. VIDA.
Secretary Union Feed Co., Ltd.
5734 .
" . .... I viiei-i"' " i'". .
v kdu o.vw Kussian iroops oacit xj D. Tenney. Mr. F. W. Macfarlane. Mr.
waessa nat oeen countermanaea. iney Oeo. H.' p.obertson. Mr. H. A. Isen
will remain In the East until 'further be rg, Mr. F. R. Vida.
orders.
"Negotiations for the peace settle
ment cave not yet been opened," says
the Peking correspondent of th Morn
ing Post, wiring yesterday. "The Ger
man, French and Japanese Ministers
are awaiting instructions, and Prince
Chlng and LI Hung Chang are await
ing a more satisfactory edict. The
ImpitsBlon Is growing among men of
all nationalities that peace Is impossi
ble; that a resumption of the cam
paign in the spring is Inevitable, end
that partition Is the only solution.'
fthal von Waldersee:
"General Chaffee wrote Meld Marshal
von Waldere a letter In a rough tone.
Field Marshal von Waldersee refused to
receive It. returning the same to Gen
eral Chaffee. Th latter then wrote a
second letter, apologizing for his objec-
whereupon Fle'd
Gen-
HQ i ICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that THE ENTERPRISE MILL CO.,
LTD , of Honolulu, has . discontinued
the planing mill business. 'The Com
pany office Is now located at the Ma-
goon, building, room 1L All persons
owing accounts to said company will
kindly settle the same promptly. 6731
w r,vsiaatiirtet
Marshal von Waldersee Invited
In-
WASHINGTON, !
iK-partrnent ha receld a rert from
'Genera! Chaffee of the Incident that oc
curred at Peking In connection v.lth
Reived. That no permit for later- .eral Chaffee to breakfast and the
nt ahull be granted within the city 1 1. lent was amicably closed."
mite Mrept to those already poetess- j rttA.vvrvH UFl'OfiT
. I...-
! """" "". I ... luinv.iToM iw... it Th. Ve
.1 , . . am . . . . - - . ... . - ' -
mm r-auiaiion pnau so iniv tun '
Sim nl sft-r the first day of Janu-
T. A. D. 1301.
a re e
K.. II. .. I....- ... tu.l.t ,t
President Iloard of Health. y n ua(,ri,, lt mvinrn that (Jen-
fttro1ulM. NOV. 7, 1W0. .J707 jer( fhaffee did lle Hum pretty lgor-
""""""""" ( oun language m protesting ogalnrt th
odge Le Prog.es Del' Oceanic. !?:;;rr, ESKi'Urt'SS.
von vvaliWsee was a poinieo rcicrer.ee
by fleneral Chaffee to the farWthat tM
iM-srra-eful and unmllltary practice of
otin was being Indulged In, rot by
No. t.'t. A. A A. 8. RITK.
the men who did the fighting nnd
TIIKIIK WILL flFl A SPECIAL " lr" ' .!
illn- F lh. ihnvt lode at 7:30 ennrr. w n iihu u.pri.r i,.... n
ek Till I FRIDAY EVEN-
v. at It hall, Maonlo Temple.
Mi". A. I. i
t aitornev
I brunt of cf.nfilct antl hardship. WnM
, eriee Mmef did not rea h Peking un
til hrg after the expeditionary force
had M-cupled the town,
j It I recognised here otriclslly t!t
0-nerl ChnfTf-e had xrovocatl-n for
hi deliverance, hut regret I fH that
he used this tone In addressing the
'Field Marshal. It Is sfgnlflcsntly point
led out that perhaps It was not tecum
bent upon General Chafffe to make any
ret.resentatlona whatever on this stih-
iii.mii.miv r!ivp' TltAT'Jrt tthe Field Marshal, as there I r
UK IN THE THIRD DEGREE.
W .outer of Hawaiian Txdk, No. 21.
i rarlflo !-o,lge. No. K2. and all so-
ur-ins brethren are Invited to be
""xnt.
ly order of the W. M.
E. II. rRIEU Pecretary.
POWER OF ATTORNEY.
SANTA FE R. R.
HAS A STRIKE
:
The Railway Telegraphers Tie Up
Trains On the
System.
CHICAGO, Dec. 8. A strike of the
1,200 operators employed by Atchison,
Topeka and Santa Fe Railway was de
clared on all of the lines from Chicago
to the Pacific Coast this afternoon at
3:30 o'clock, J. A. Newman, chair
man of the Santa Fe division of the
Order of Railway Telegraphers, sitting
at his Instrument in Wichita, Kans.,
clicked off the message which ordered
the operators to walk out, and a few
minutes later the entire system was
tied up. Acting on their chief's dl
rectlons, the striking telegraphers
closed their keys, displayed the red
signals In the semaphores, stopped all
traffic and left the stations,
The order was in a measure a sym
pathetic extension of the strike on the
Gulf, Colorado and San Francisco dl
v Irion of the road. Inaugurated Thurs
day. The operators on that Bectlon of
the road demanded a new wage scale
and a new. set of rules and regulations
timllar to those In force in California.
The company refused to grant this,
tut offered to arbitrate the question of
wages.' Thereupon the union demanded
arbitration also on the rules, but the
officers of the road declined to treat.
The strike order followed.
For nearly an hour the entire Santa
Fe system, comprising nearly 8,000
miles of track and 975 telegraph olH
ccs. was at the mercy of fate.7 There
NOTICE.
"
... BBBBBiaa
THE PACIFIC MILL COMPANY
has succeeded to the planing mill busi
ness of the Enterprise Mill Co.. Ltd.,
Alakea and Richards streets, and re
spectfully solicits the patronage of all
former customers of the latter mill
company.
EMMETT MAY,
5732 W. H. G. ARNEMANN.
CORPORATION "NOTICE.
aaMBMeaa
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the annual meeting of the sharehold
ers of H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., was
held at Honolulu on December 18th
1900, and that ther following gentlemen
are the officers of the company for the
ensuing year:
Paul Isenberg President
J. F. Hackfeld 1st Vice President
H. A. Isenberg 2d Vice President
F. Klamp Director
J. F. Humburg Director
W. Pfotenhauer Director
Oeo. Rodlek Director
F. W. Klebahn Secretary
H. Pchultze Treasurer
F. W. Klebahn Auditor
F. W. KLEBAHN.
Secretary.
Honolulu, December 19th, 1900. 57:52
C. It. W. NORTON.
Il 'n .ini.i, December D, 1 wo. r73l
FI3H F0RT0DAY.
r' U MAl.MON. HALlIlURT.
Trout. Hole, Flounder, Oy
' in ii..ii cr cans, etc.: a fine lot to
f-oiti. Come and try our flh
t
'N iT.ff.tr MARKET CO.
Tel. 219; I
LTD.
thel Ht.
!? TOU WANT TOUR TRUNKS
SLIVERED PROMPTLY
'IVi: YOU II CHECKS TO THE
Pacific Transfer Co.
MK.4 11 LOVE, Mnfsr.
Kt King 5U. Tel. Main &.
ft
tklneon hold, my PtrrTVn tn Vnltel sut fjoyrrnment
hanged the rhararter of Its m'mary
eerresentatlon In Peking from an err
idltlonary force to a mere legation
i map, i f.f enurae that ruard Tto Tonrr
came under the control of the com-1
mander-ln-chl-f at Teklnr. hut ws
Imply a Prt f Minister Conger' of
ficial household.
GERMAN PRESS COMMENT.
nERLlN.'D. It. The German Gov
ernment ha not taken official notice
of G-nerl Chaffee's letter to Count
von Waldersee mmptalnlrg f the re
moval of the astronomical Instruments
jfrom the wall of Teklng and the return
of the letter to the American com
mander "on account of Its tone." Only
a few of the papers print the Incident
jln their hw columns. The "ossIsche
71fung remaras:
"Whatever the cause. General Chaf
fee had In no case a right to use such
rrush language In a letter to the com
ma ndf r-ln-rhlef."
The "RerUn Tagebtatt" observes:
"We must, of course, reserve a definite
Judgment until reliable German reports
have ben received. Whoever knows.
however, of the general acknowledged
dlrtomatlc tact of Count von Wal.Vrsee
will not doubt that he would not have
'.Vhlt 211. or fall at the milk employed such a brusque procedure
Mlf- fieri, Ian street ttvithout the strongest kind of rrovoea-
were no operators to transmit the or
tiers for the running of trains, and
all traffic came to a standstill as the
red arms of the semaphores were fly
ing acrofts the tracks.
HOUSTON, Tex., Dec. 9. President
M. M. Dolphin, of the Order of Rail
road 'Telegraphers, said this evening
that he had received no overtures for
a settlement and had made none. He
raid further that he Is receiving tele
grams showing that the new men em
ployed are not remaining In the ser
vice, and other encouraging reports.
He was asked for an official version of
the strike, and gave the
statement:
. The strike situation up to 6 o'clock
Sunday evening la satisfactory to the
strikers and their coranv.ttre. The tie
np Is most complete, and after many
days' effort on the part of the Santa
Fe, tbey are utterly unable to secure
ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
WAIALUA AGRICULTURAL CO.
LIMITED.
THE NINTH AND FINAL AS
sessment of ! per cent (510.00 per
hare), has been called on the assessa
ble stock of this company, to become
lue and payable at the office of Castle
& Cooke, Ltd., on October 30, 1900, DE
LINQUENT NOVEMBER 30, 1900. .
W. A. BO WEN,
Treas. Walalua Agricultural Co.,
Lt'd. B690
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to the power of sale contained In that
certain mortgage dated May 5th, 1898. "
made by William K..Kaleihuia of Ho
nolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory of Ha
waii, mortgagor, to William G. Brash
of said Honolulu, mortgagee, and re
corded in the Registry. of Conveyances
in Honolulu, in Liber 179, on pages 354
to 406, tne mortgagee intends to fore
close the. mortgage for condijiqn brok
en, tp wit! the non-payment of princi
pal jtnu Hiieresi wnen Que. .
Notice is likewise given that . the
property conveyed by the . said mort
gage will be sold at public auction at
the auction rooms of James F. Mor- ,
gan. Queen street, Honolulu, on Satur
day, the 5th day of January, 1901, at
12 o'clock noon. The property covered
by said mortgage consists of:
First All that certain tract of land
situate at Leleo, Honolulu, Island of
Oahu, Hawaiian Islands, described' in
Royal Patent No. 2456, Land Commis
sion Award No. 732, containing au area
of 17-100 acres, and being the same
premises conveyed to the mortgagor by
oeea orKanaKaoKat. - dated January
19th, 1888, and recorded, in. . the . office
of the Registrar -of 'Conveyances .on
May 6th, 1898, In Liber 177, pages 43S
and 439.
Second All that certain tract of land
situate at Apueoiki. Kula, Maui, con
taining an area of 25 1-2 acres, and be
ing Apana 2 of Royal Patent Grant No.
2085 to Kaulunahele, and the land by the
said Kauai"-'; conveyed to Proe.
by deed dated. November 22d, 182, re-.
corded in said Registry office In Liber
25, page 19.
Third All that certain tract of land
LOVELY PRESENTS FOR OLD situate at Apueoiki. Kula, MauL con-
AND YOUNG liaining an area or iorcy-seveu rerea.
11 u ii wrr 1 1 1 K nit; Dame yiciiiiDco ucai i .t,.
In Royal Patent Grant No. 2205 to Pu-
MAS PRESENTS EVER BROUGHT ue .
,mTnT m it i - xogeiner wun me wnemenw, nerc-
TO HONOLULU, -comprising: ditaments. privileges and appurte
nances thereunto belonging.
WM. O. BRASH.
, Mortgagee.
Term Cash; United States . gold
coin; deeds at expense of purchaser.
For further particulars apply, to
Holmes & Stanley, attorneys for mort
gagee.
Dated, Honolulu. December x, isw.
5726 '
The Instruments Used in
THE SILENT BARBER SHOP
Are Thoroughly Disinfected Before
" Using.
JOSEPH FERNANDEZ, Prop
Arlington HoteL - Fort Street.
AT MY SALESROOM.
CORNER ALAKEA AND
- MERCHANT STREETS.
TONIGHT,
and
Saturday Evenings
Sale commences each evening at
o'clock sharp.
Gramaphones, .
Mechanical Toys in great variety,
Rocking Horses, Wagons,
Steamboats, Automobiles,
Trolly Cars,
Immense assortment of Dolls,
Work Boxes, Perfumery,
Ladies' Dressing Jackets, Jewelry,
etc.. etc.
PLEASE REMEMBER THE GOODS
ARE ALL NEW, AND SPECIALLY
IMPORTED FOR THE CHRISTMAS
TRADE. I HAVE RECEIVED IN
STRUCTIONS TO SELL, WITHOUT
RESERVE, TO THE HIGHEST BID
DER FOR CASH.
ALL KINDS OF..
RUBBER GOODS
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO,
R. H. PEASE, President. . 1
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., U. S. A.
NOTICE.
jni?auy i wr, will in
Bf " i;k to any part of Walkikl. All
"M l -,if riitomer will nleiuut mm-
' Ve with our office through tele-
i nil HONOLULU
ASSOCIATION.
DAIRYMEN Su, n.'
6732 I Captain
Dannhauser, who is with
Remember, the, date., .THURSDAY,
FRIDAY and SATURDAY EVEN
INGS, December 30th, 21st and 22d.
THIS WILL BE THE
SALE OF THE YEAR.
ANNUAL MEETING.
NOTICE.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE BY-
laws of The Fim National , Bank of
Hawaii, at Honolulu, notice Is hereby
given that the annual meeting of the
stockholders thereof, will be held in
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory
following ' Hawaii, at Its place of business on
tuesaay, ue olu uay vi jauuoij,
1901, at 3 p. m. of that day.
The purpose of such meeting elng
the election of directors for the ensu
ing year, and for the transaction of
all such other business as may be
necessary, or brought before the stock-
many as half a dozen telegraphers holders for action.
who are willing to work for them
This Is remarkable, when It la known
that they have advertised In paper
In Chicago. St. Louis. Kansas City
New Orleans and many other places.
offering fancy salaries, transportation,
etc.. and a groat man7 men have taken
advantage of the liberal offers of
transportation snd are taking free
rides from one part of the country to
the other and promptly bidding the
company adieu when they reach the
point to which they desire to go."
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec 13. Santa
Dated Honolulu, December 7, 1900.
W. G. COOPER.
5722-4tF. Cashier.
Will E. Fisher,
AUCTIONEER
FOR SALE.
A large down town WAREHOUSE.
A centrally located LODGING
HOUSE with cottage.
BUSINESS PROPERTY in the heart
of Ctty.
RESIDENCE PROPERTY.
for Sale or Rent.
A three-acre lot In Nuuanu Valley,
with large house and several csttages.
HENRY WATBRHOUSE & CO.
B710
NOTICE.
LAU YIN AND LAU TONG give no
tice that they have been legally ap
pointed attorneys In fact for Lau Lam
of Hongkong, heir of the late Lau
Chong. and that they have a full power
of attorney to this effect issued at
Hongkong.
LAU TIN.
6711 LAU TONG.
Valuable
Residence
Property for Sale
- t
House of 8 rooms, all. Improvements;
stable, two box stalls, carriage,' feed
and servants rooms.
Lot 75 x 200, on two streets. Pine
location and neighborhood, $9,000.
Another house 12 rooms, an im
provements; lot 125.x 200, on two
streets, JlS.roo.
Another, $18,000.
Fine corner property, ?20,CC0.
Island Realty Co.
Office: 204 Judd Building.
Telephone Main 310.
Ttii Concieie CotisiiuciiOQ Ca, ill
Office, -lo Progress Block.
Quarry and Rock Crashing Plant,
PAUOA VALLIY. - I
CONCRETE ENGINEERS and CON
TRACTORS. Estimates furnished and
contracts taken for foundations, mono
lithic concrete structures of all kinds;
flre-prooflng, pavements, bridges, and
any work involving the use of Portland
cement concrete. Agents and licensees)
for Ransome steel-concrete system eoa
structlon, Monler constructions.
NOTICE.
DR. J. H. RAYMOND HAS RESUM
ed practice at the residence now occu
pied by Dri W. J. Galbraith. Office
hours, 10 to 12 only. Office telephone.
204: residence telephone, Blue 394.
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