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ESTABLISHED JULY I, 154.
PA i ICS 9 T" 14
HONOLULU, HAWAII TSRRITOftY TUESDAY DECEMBER 17. 190!.
PAGES 9 ro 14.
REAL ESTATE AND INVESTMENT!
GEO. B. McCLELLAN St CO. 503-884
Stangenwald Bldg. Tel. Main 69.
LYI.E A. DICKEY. King and Betbe.
Sts.; Tel. MaJn 312.
C. R. HEM EN WAY. Office. 406 JudJ
building; Telephone 314 Main.
I M. LONG. Offices 37 & 38. Carnpb-D
blk., cor Fort & Mer. 8ta.; Tel. M. 278
FHED W. MILVERTON. Rooms 802
34 Stangenwald block; Tel. Main 336
PETERSON A MATTHEWMAN. F
O. box 885: 15 Kaahumanu Sr.
LU ELLA 8. CLEVELAND. M D Of
fice. 1082 King St.; boars. 9 to 12 s m.
3 to 5 p. m.; TeL White 411.
DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRANDE
offlce. 248 Beretanla ave. ; telepbon
DR. T. MITAMURA. Office. 1468 Nuu
nu St.; Tel. White 152; office hour.
8 to 10 a. m. and 6 to 8 p. m., except
W. G. ROGERS. M.D. Eye. Ear, Nos
and Throat; 1146 Alakea St.. opposite
Hawaiian Hotel; special treatment
DR. A. N. SINCLAIR. Boston Bldg..
hours. 11 to 1. 3 to 5. 7 to 8; Sundays
12 to 2; Tel. offl. Main 385; rea. W. 2861
DR. J. UCHIDA.-Physician and Sur
geon: office. Beretanla. between Fort
and Nuuanu streets; office hours. 8 to (
12 a. m.. 7 to 8 p. m.; Tel. 1211 White ,
Plan to Conserve
Land Commissioner Tells of Grow
ing Rubber and Almonds on
the Other Islands.
HER ROYAL HIGHNESS PRINCESS
EMMA ALEXANDRIA DEFRIES
rooms 2 and 14
BICKNELL. Mclntyre bldg..
office hours, 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY. Mott-Smlth bldg.. cor
Fort tnd Hotel 8t.; office hours.
M. E. GROSSMAN. D.D.S. Alakea St.
three doors above Masonic Tempi.
Honolulu: office hours. 9 a.m. to 4 p.rn
DR. C. B. HIGH. Philadelphia Dental j
College. 1892; Masonic Temple; Tel ,
DR. GEO. H. HUDDY. Mclntvrt-
bldg.. rooms 1 and 2; 9 a.m. to 4 p.m
-ri. . i. muukk. oentist; room 40i .
r-arroti ouiioing. fcan r ranclsco.
DR. T. MOTONAGA. 46 Beretanla St.
between Fort and Nuuanu; offlc
hours. 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.
DR. A. C. WALL. DR. O. E.
Office hours, 8 a. m. to 4 p.
.bldg.; Fort St.; Tel. 434.
J. M. WHITNEY, M.D.. D.D.S. Bostot
Bldg.. P'ort St.. above May A Co's;
hours. 9 to 5; Tel. Main 277.
ARTHUR C. ALEXANDER Purvey
or and Engineer. 409 Judd Bldg.. P
O. box 732.
CATTON. NEILL & CO.. LTD. Engi
neers, Electricians and Boilermakers
Land ''mniissi.iner E- S. B-iyd pre
sented a lengthy and ComprefM ;is:ve re
port to the Executive Council a: yes
terday's mil-tins' upon tlie results f
his recent tour of inspet ti m .in Maui
and Haw a if. His recommendations in
regard tn fTT- opening of lalce traits
of land on both of th-? islands were
generally appi ved. an 1 within a shore
time the people there will hae an op
portunity t. take advantage of the KD
eral Hawaiian homest taJ !.tws.
Mr. Boyd re rted in the Papa lands
in South Kona, Hawaii, h hick will b"
thrown open t settlers wthin :i short
time. This trad is comp ed mostly of
setond- ! is- pabtural and Forest I in
ind comprises an itit 120ii fcter. In tli
Kona distriet Mr. Boyd sis visited th
farm of F. Huehh'dtz and was d-diarht
ed with . hut be saw. He iv growifl
apples, almonds and olives oj the lan 1
and all f these are doing weiL Some
tne aipk- trees are already Ucaring
jfruit, and the olives and almonds are
doing tineiv. Mr. Buchholrj a!so has
f .. i ..... n 1 ....... . . . . f .... i.: . . . -
m L.OV l I'lanii II .1 mic iiiiiulfci i u tu . im'a
Is. . . ...
ana experts soon 10 realize on inis crop.
He believes that growing rubber lor
commercial purposes would he very
successful in the island as the plant
grows on bare rock almost.
s. bIm 9a- v
'isaSsBBBBBBBMSBBBBSBb.. . . i-it . .JL . - .
60 per cent; interior, 135; Kauai, 70 per
j The following heavy 48-hor.r rainfall?
are noted: O'.aa, Mountain View. 169 )
feet elevation, 30 inches on the 8th and
9th; Kaumana. 2S.07 in 4S hours; Hilo
, town. 26.0S; same time. Waiakea, 21.62;
same date, Paauilo. 12.46; two -inys.
Mum tmperaturts: Pepeekeo. H:l
district. 100 feet elevation, aver.ii;o
maximum. 77.0: average minimum. CS.6;
, Waimea. Hawaii, 2730 elevation. 73-9
and 63:.Kohala, 521 elevation. 76.8 and
6S.3; Oiaa, Mountain View. 70.0 and '-0 0,
Waiakea Kula, 270Q, 75.5 and 590; W. K.
Castle's. Kulaokahua. 60 feet elevation,
highest 85, lowest 65, mean 73.6: Ewa
Mill. 50 feet elevation, average maxi
mum. 82.6, average minimum 67. t: Dew
point and relative humidity at same
station. 67.6 and 79.
The main event of the month was
the torrential downpour on Hawaii,
mostly on the 8th and 9th, accompan
ied by N-NE to E-XE gales th: ugueut
the group. The rain was only moderate
on Oahu and Kauai. There was an un
usual absence of southerly wp.t'her for
the month. Snow fell on Manna Lor.
and Mauna Kea from the 5lh to the
10th. Earthquake at Hilo. l."th at 10 p.
m.. also a light one on the 21st. Heavy
surf Sth to 14th.
CURTIS J. LYONS.
SALE OF GOVERNMENT LOT AT
Editor Advertiser Kind'y allow me a
space in your valuable paper in ref
erence th certain articles which appear
in the Evening Bulletin of December
12 and 1'-'. signed by a number of per
(ions who wish to be known as "Tru
Genealogists." While I do not pretend
to anything that is not my due. and
certainly do not consider it worth
while to enter into any eontrov ;-sy
with such brilliant liS-rary and histori
cal experts, I stiil feel that s.or.e notice
should be taken of such crassly ignor
ant and illiterate falsifications.
I will pot attempt here to contradict
Kona district. Mr. Boyd reported, is the Bittcl s. as t:; do that would re
having more rain than usual, which Is quire that they be rewritten in an in
ascribed by some of the residents as telrigjble manner: but why. if these
persona wished to vent their spleen
RISDON IRON WORKS. Engineer. .
n r KnilI.... . . 9 . - .all'l
UUIIUCID 'l K UII1 JII1K HIIU k "
Machinery and complete power
plants: office, room 12. SprecSelM oik.
land, and as soon as the roads ax built
in that district all the homestead tract
will be opened to the public. In the
district of Ooma a tract of 3000 acres i J
also to be divided up into 160-acve lots,
and there is already a great demand
for thiw .r. iriertv. Commissioner I'.ovd
JAMES T. TAYLOR. M. Am. Soc. C. E reported also upon the Investigation
ltr i,.i . r - i iiniu Hi'' ioini i.iii.i.- 01 wm-vtrnmi -.....-
lines were decided upon, and aill prob
ably be between the 1000 aad ;imhi ree:
B. TAPPAN TANATT. Civil and
Electrical Engineer; P. O. box-92;
office, room 3. Spreckels' block; Tel
731 Blue: residence. 3441 Blue.
Judd Blk.. Honolulu: P. O. bos 79V
due to the thick growth
i on me. and incide ntally their very u:i
In the North Kona district the home- K'ammati.al English on an unsuspect-
stead lands have already u--n platted n:g aim ommeresieo puoiic, i asK wny
one tier of lots is to be thrown they did not devote a little more time.
open immediately. This land Is . er Mo say nothing of some intelligence
much in demand, as It 's good sugar which possibly might prove an lmpoa
Bibiltty, before flying Into print anil
stating for facta what they know, sm
well as everyone else, to be utterly
That they should also see fit to deny
that th; genealogy of the late Mrs.
Kaumana Pilabiullanl Kapoll wile
mann. of which I am accused of being
the antbor.'ls not true, is only a fur
ther proof of their evident ignorance
Of Hawaiian .history, but also of that
of our ancient meles, which every in
t 'lltgent Hawaiian knows by heart. 1
could suggest a number of occupations
tV.at might redound with more credit
to these people, than that Of publish
h tg rot in the newspapers, but will
only say In Justice to myself and the
Intelligence of the Widemanns, which
is brought into question, that they
have not listened to "the product of the
brains of a scheming woman who. as
a means of extorting money," etc.
but rest assured that what they claim
Is their right, as that what I have
claimed is mine.
K A LA N I K A V I K A A LAN EO
KILIOD LAN IN Kl AM A M AO
RAINFALL FOR NOVEMBER, 1901.
Stations feet, inches.
Waiakea 50 36.09
Hilo (town) 100 38. S9
Kaumana 1. -."' 44.6ft
Pepeekeo 100 25.56
Hakalau 200 29.16
Henohlna 300 35.86
Laupahoehoe 500 19.43
Ookala 400 21.47
Kukaiau 250 13.35
Paauilo 750 17.67
Paauhau (Mitt) 300 10.39
Paauhau (Grelg) 1,156
Honokaa (Muirl 45 10.15
Eionokaa (BJckard) 1.900
Kukuihacle 7f0 7.74
Awini Ranch 1.100
Niulii 2)0 8.11
Kohala (Mission) !.. S21 6.90
Kohala Sugar Go 235
Raw! Mill 600
Waimea 2,7i't 2.95
Kailua . 9."' 6.72
Holualoa L3S0 9.40
Kealakekua LS80 6.99
Napoopoo 25 .59
Kahuku Ranch 1.60
Honuapo 15 10.43
Naalehu 650 11. S9
Hilea 310 10.10
Paha la 850 6.35
Moaula 1,700 12.58
'olcano House 4,000 17.73
O'aa (Sugar Co.) 221 31.47
Olaa (Mountain View) ..1.690 45.8ti
Kapoho 110 14.80
ON MONDAY, JANUARY 13. 1902.
at 12 o'clock noon, at the front en
trance of the Capitol (Executive
building) will be sold at ublic auction.
Government lot situated on Wainuenue
ttreet. Piihonua, Hilo, Island of Ha
v aii. and containing 25,000 SQUATS feet,
more or less.
Upset price. $15,000.00.
Terms Cash. United States gold
Expense of patent grant and stamps
to be paid by purchaser.
Maps of same can be seen at the of
fice of the Superintendent of t'ublic
Works. Honolulu, and at the office of
E. E. Richards, Government Land
Agent at Hilo. a
JAMES H. BOYD:
Superintendent of Public Works
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT
COURT. FOR THE TERRITORY
In the Matter of T. Fujitani, a Bank
rupt. In Bankruptcy.
To the Creditors of T. Fujitani, of Ho
nokaa. Island and Territory of Ha
waii: Notice is hereby given that on the
16th day of December, l0L the said T.
Fujitani was duly adjudicated bank
rupt; and that the ilrst meeting of
the creditors will be held at my office.
Corner of King and Bethel st reels. Ho
nolulu, on the 27th day of December.
1901. at 9 o'clock a. m. of said day, at
which time the said creditors may at
tend, prove their claims. appoint a
trustee, examine the bankrupt, and
transact such other business as may
properly come before said meeting.
Dated Honolulu, December 16. 1901.
WILLIAM S. FLEMING.
6042 Referee in Bankruptcy.
LODGE, HO. 21, F.
& A. M.
THERE WILL RE A SPECIAL
meeting of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21,
F. & A. M., at its hall, Masonic Tem
ple, corner of Hotel and Alakea streets.
this TUESDAY eveninh, Decem
o--r 17. at 7:30 p. m.
WORK IN SECOND DEGREE.
Members of Pacific Lodge. Lodge le
Progres, and all sojourning brethren
are fraternally invited to attend.
By order of the W. M.
K R. G. WALLACE, Secretary.
COM K AC I OKS.
WM. T. PATY. Contractor and Build
er, stone and office fitting; brick
wood, or stone building: shop. Hotel
St.. near barracks; res., 141 Anapuol
J. MORGAN Art Jewelry. Preelou
Stones. Opals cut: Curios and Fore
eign Stamps: 1358 Fort street.
SHREVE CO San Francisco Jew
elers and Silversmiths. See advertise
FOR MONTH OF NOVEMBER
AVERY. Public Stenographer
room 2. 164 Hotel
Co.; TeL Main 76;
St.. over Har: d
House. Blue 2M1
Tl PE WHITING.
MISS ELLA K. DA VI ON. Public
Typewriter: office with David Day
ton. 137 Merchant St.
COOK'S MUSIC SCHOOL. Love bldx
Fort St. Its methods are the result
of 30 year's experience In teaching
ANN IS MONTAGUE TURNER,
non," 1024 Beretanla St.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
CO. OF NEW YORK.
Assets Dec. 31. 1900. $25753.152. 61.
S. B. ROSE. Agent. Honolulu
EDWARD R. SWAIN. Stanaenwaic
bldg., Honolulu; Crocker bldg.
BEARDSLEE & PAGE. Architects hiC
Builders. Office, rooms 2-4. Arlinstor
Annex. Honolulu. H. I.: sketches an?
correct estimates furnished at Bhor
notice; Tel. 22; P. O. box 773.
W. BEAK BANE. - -"ard Engraving and
S t .mping: room 3. Elite Building.
elevations. The Eben Low and Ma
guire ranches were both visit-1 and
found to be in splendid condition, b rh
water and forest rights are belrir cared
for in a modern and systematic man
ner. The visit t I Maul was takn up most
ly with inspection of the forest lands.
. i. . , , t . ,
.Some or trie i ores is nave o--e i .ui.i'""
denuded by cattle, esjjeciallv in th"
Kona district, and It was decided that
when the leases expire in tint district
they will ! be renewed, instead reser
vations will b made for the propagatl n
of forest trees, as the water supply
seriously threatened by the rUthltSl de- passed
f . . . . . . . r .. i iw-
strucii n " i.o.'-e irees. !"..
views f i the care f the forests met
with hearty appr val fr.mi Governor
Dole and other no mbers 'f the Execu
The Koolan water qu-ss'Icu was aiv
thorouuhly Investigated, an 1 i: wa
found that millions .-r gallons were go
ing to waste, while in some sjectl ns the.
water could be used to much advan- j
tage. Mr. !:yil reportea thai with mod-j
ern conduits tbi. w iter could .ill b.
utilized and make possible tnans sen
enterprises, sugar plantations and oth-i
erwlse. He reported in ftw- ol eon-j
serving al the water BOW g'itiK t-,
waste In the Nahiku distriet. Where
th.- homesteaders might iief th- bene
r. . r ..-.am,. :tt tion v.ms takeri 1'V :':
'government. He avoits the leasing fj
this water ight one -n each skb f tbe
mountain ran;e. and there or - already j
two applications before the council j
from men who are desirous of leasing
the land, and conserving the water BUP
ply. Mr. Roy 1 stated that the leas
would be made only so that ill int r- ;
,.tt. vested and homestead and phnt-
would be etially protectcu. rne
planted by the bomestealtrs :
district ! now rotting on Ihe
and the government wui i: i j
lan by hich in ise m-
Temperature mean for the month, , the 7th; total at Lnakaha (Nuuanu
73.9: normal. 7.1.S: average daily ir.gxi- "ar Pali). 14.76; at Kapiolani Park
. ... . . ,.nrt. 1 C3; total rainfall since January 1,
mom, i9.9; average daily minimum, 6f.O; ., -i ....
Ofc.iiU, DOrulai u. O.
mean daily range, '..!: greatest tUily q.)u artesian well water has risen
range. 16 degrees; least daily range.
deg?reeS; highest temperature, SJ low
during the month from 33.12 t 33.56 feet
above mean sea-level. On December 1.
1900. it stood at 33.62. The average dally
Barometer average. 29. 9.:. normal, j mean sea-level for N.iv.-mli'-r was 30.21
29,997 (corrected for gravity by .OC): feet on the scale. J0.00 representing n
highest, 30.18, on the l",th; lowest. 25)..sj. assumed annual mean, and :.S2 the a.'
On the 27th: greatest 24-hour ehajnge, tual annual mean for nine years pre
.09. i. e.. from any hour on one d:iy to ' vfous to 1901.
the same hour on the next. 'Lows". Trade-wind days. 23 of NNE):
this point on the 7th and 2."ih i normal. 17: average forc e (during Jiy-
"hbxhs" on the 15th and 23d. I light). 2.6. Beaufort scale. CloudmeHS,
Ri lative humidity. 76..".: normal, 74.9; tenths of sky. 5.5; normal, 4.6
mean dew-point, 66.2. normal, 65.7. Approximate percentages of district
mean absolute moisture. 7.68 gralpa to rainfall as eompared v. ith aormat. dls
the cubic f-"t: normal, 6.93. ' trict of Hilo. ?00 per cent; Hamakiia,
Rainfall. 8.34 inches: norma1. 5.52; 180; Kohala. 10' Waimea, 130; Kona,
rahre record days, 1: normal. 17: gr.yt- 126; Kau. 175: Puna. 170: Maui. East
est rainfall in one day. 0.80 Inches Coast, 200: Central. 120; Oahu, coast.
HONOLULU LODGE No 616. B P
r E., will meet In their nw hall, on
M i:r and Beretania Streets, every
By order of the E. R.
H D. COL'ZENS, Secretary.
mm m-H mi -fi-rt one ean be
Leases will be made probably ! "0
partus of UM water rign-.s
In the districts of Kean.te .m l Waln
enue there is a!s band which is t.. be
given out un-ler the honL-s . t 1 net-
Commissioner Royd repotted the
r i.i. Is in Maui to be in BVJCb Worse
diton than even on Efaws.ll and made
the greater part of bis tr:j on a mule.
Definite actio. i on ihi t rt will
probably be t i ti ne nxl !e - iing
of the BKecutlve ' tin.-i'
Tonic for Impaired health flnrusne
P-ani-y Co's fSan Francisco) "K?
tuckv F-vorlt-" whiskv. ut.surpas-!
t.r medical purpose. "
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Hamoa Plantation . ...
Nahiku (Anderson) . ..
Nahiku (Nishwitz) . ..
OA HIT. '
Punahou W. Bureau)
I Makiki Reservoir
Ken aw t King St.) . ...
V. S. Naval Station . . .
Kapiolani Park . ......
Manoa (Woodlawn D.)
School St. (Bishop) ...
Nuuanu fW. W. Hall) .
Nuuanu (Wyllie St.) ..
Nuuanu (Elec. Station)
Nuuanu (Luakaha) . ...
W'aimar.alo . .
Lihue (Grove Farm) ...
Hanalei . .
Lawal . .
TOO LATfi FOii LAST
I. b u pa hot hoe
. . 28f
. . 300
. . 850
. . 2.700
. . 180
. . !S5')
. . 300
. . 350
. . 200
. . 300
THE STEAMER W. Q, HALL WILL
arrive at Honolulu on Saturday, De
cember 21 and 28, instead of Sundays,
as usual, anfc will sail from Honolulu
on Monday, December 23d and 30th,
instead of on Tuesdays, as usual.
Tlie steamer Mikahala will arrive at
Honolulu on Tuesday. December 24th
11.85 and 31st, instead of on Wednesdays, as
The steamer Maura Loa
from Honolulu on Monday,
30th. Instead of on Tuesday.
After these dates the regular sched
ule a ill be resumed.
INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAVI
GATION CO.. LTD..
6041 By its President. J. EN A.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
2 . 89
AT A MEETING OF THE STOCK
holders of the Kona and Kau Railway
Co.. Ltd., held this day in the city of
I'u'r, ; Honolulu, the following officers were
ouiy eleeieii in serve lor ine . as .ji
Carl Coerper, President.
Jacob Coerper, Vice President.
Charles T. Wilder. Secretary.
Harry Armitage, Treasurer.
M. B. Macfarlane, Auditor.
W. 1. Cooper and Gardner K. Wil
der, directors, who. with the officers,
constitute the Board of Directors.
CHAS. T. WILDER.
Secretary Kona and Kau Railway
Honolulu, DSC. 14. ISM. 6041
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KAN Si S S t UAM AND CAPTAIN o.
n. : I. 1. i I l. SiKnlrnn tl.e rl o-
lie I I .if' I 1" mt . ....... .... i-. . .
M98 i ,i kioiu ...... ml r .le. au.i lr. F. Naostsn, whom Hpiata STrwlr soeui
aOISBB f im'llllilln i.i 1
ti fhr ti at if in
:. iuir ieen three ye,us on lu. vn;.aj;
v . -tdrav bbJ tasBer eaBBPBawws.
Hftlrn la a
Observers are especially requested to
forward their r. j'rts promptly at the
end of each mimth, arid to report r-su-l;;r!y
CURTIS J. LYONS,
THE THIHD ASSESSMENT OF. 25
pi r cent on the new st'ick of the Pio
neer Mill Co., Ltd., will be due and
payable at the office of H. HeckfeM A:
Co.. Ltd.. on January 2. 1902. and will
become elellnquent on January 16, 1902.
6048 Treasur. r.
Wilder'h Steumsbip Company.
SEND FOR FRZE
f :t Mm rtc irCiTlCl
i. mm go.
PIG-t Mi3R:T ST
s-im ir.NC.iCO. cm
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NOTICE CHANCE IN BAILING.
STEAMER K IN AD WILL SAIL
froin Hilo on Thurslav Deeember 19,
aral Thursday. December 26. at 6 p. m..
mstead of on Fridays at 10 a. m.. aa
usual: will sail fr..m Honolulu on Mon
day. December 2J, a:;d Monday. Di
eemlM r 30, at 12 m.. instead of SU
Tuesdays, as usual.
Steamer Claudine Will sail from Ka
hului on Friday. December 20, at 5 p.
m., at.d un Friday, December 27. at I
p. m.. Instead Ot on Saturdays. as
usu-i! will sail from Honolulu on Men
day, December 2S. and Monday. De
cember 3't, at 5 p. m., instead of on
Tuesdays, as usual.
Steamer Lebua ill sail from Hono
lulu on Thursday. December 2. and on
Thursday, January 2. at I p. rn.. In
stead . f n Wednesdays, as uauai.
Aft.-r these dates regular Schedule
will be resumed.
of the Ki-
.......Mr...- if the sti Hskholderi
T.Tihiiki Sugar '.. Ltd.. will be held
v. ..Hr f H !:i-kt: 1. iV ' ".. i.i"-.
. e'ni k a. m.
1801, at ll
JVATUlifc'd I) I-..MAN I-
W !'. Ml s F IH: IN K !
Hawaii n Soda Works
Sixl i Water th Best.
'Pbortc Blue 1871.