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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, MAY 16, 1903.
THOIBU RESIDENCE PROPERTY
ON MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1903
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 42 Queen, street,
Honolulu, I -will sell at Public Auction,
by order of Miss M. A. Burbank. those
most desirable premises on Wyllle
street, Honolulu, formerly occupied by
Mrs. M. I Hoffman, as a residence.
The lot has a frontage of 234 feet on
Wyllle street, and a depth of 337 feet
with an area of over two acrea, and
He between the homestead premises
of Mrs. J. T. "Waterbouse and the
The buildings on the premises con
sist of a good one-story cottage of
seven rooms, and outhouses, and all In
suitable condition for immediate occu
pation. The grounds are improved with many
fruit tres, ornamental trees and plants,
the view of mountains and sea is very
fine and the drainage excellent, and
there is a fine spring- of pure water on
The LiHn a street line of electric cars
run within 100 feet of the premises.
. The terms of sale will be all cash:
or, one-third cash and. the remaining
two-thirds on two notes for equal
amounts payable In two and four years
respectively, secured by mortgage n
tbSr-Temises, with Interest at the rate
of six per cent per annum, payable
semi-annually, with privilege of paying
An unusual opportunity is thus of
fered for obtaining- a beautiful home up
on most advantageous terms. . .
For further particulars inquire of W.
O. Smith, Judd Building.
Honolulu, April 27, 1903. . - 6469
JAS. F. K0R8AN.
GAME CALLED 1:30 O'CLOCK
H A. C,
AT 3;30 O'CLOCK.
Season Tickets on sale at Hawaiian
News Co., "Wall. Nichols Co.. Thrum's
Bookstore, E. O. Hall & Son, "Whitman
& Co. and Pearson & Potter Co.
Friday and Saturday
JESSIE NORTON as NED
W. J. ELLEFORD as LAZARIN
FIRST JESSIE NORTON
Lost in New York
A new shipment arrived at
HAWAIIAN NEWS COMF1, III
Young Bid. Store.
"W. C. Aclii & Co.
HEAL ESTATE DEALERS.
HOUSES TO REM
Etc. Et. Etc
Office corner Kins and Maunakea.
Phone Main 12.
Office 37, SS Alexander Young Building.
Honolulu. T. IL
" Special attention given to applica
tions and adverse claims before the
Court ef Land Registration.
Sent for 1303 Catalogue.
. Trumbull & Beebe.
419-421 Sansome street, San Ftanciico.
The reception accorded last t.vening
at Central Union Church to Rev. M. D.
Hardin of Minneapolis, now temporarily
occupying" the pulpit of Central Union,
and his sister, Miss Hardin, was one of
the largest social affaire ever. held in
the parlors of that edifice and the new
comers were given as cordial a welcome
to Honolulu as they would. -have. . de
sired. The popularity of Rev. Mr. Har
din was manifest by the representa
tive gathering of the members of the
church, and regrets were expressed that
his departure for his home .was not at
a more distant time than he has plann
ed.. ".. ' '
The church parlors .were made more
attractive than usual by the use of
palms. One end of the large assembly
room was marked off by curtains, leav
ing at the centre a large picture frame,
in which living pictures were shown.
This exhibition was an ingenious
amusement-maker. The church was
darkened, leaving only lights regulated
to throw a strong light upon those who
stepped into view in the frame. Up
on the platform before the curtains a
magician stirred magij fire in a kettle
and caused to appear in the frame, a
number cf beautiful women, some de
mure Quakers, others types of the mod
ern athletic and bookish girls, society
ladies, home bodies, a youth standing
near the magician gazing at each as'
they passed in review, eager to select
the one which to his fancy Beemed the
one intended for him to wed. Judge
Lyle Dickey read the story of the pass
ing throng. The audience was moved to
applause as each figure appeared.
Following this the Dillingham quar
tet, composed of Messrs. "Walter and
Isaac Dillingham, Charles Eleton and
Clifford Kimball sang' the Musketeers
and other songs which were well receiv
ed. The Kamehameha School and Ka
walahao Seminary glrle sang prettily In
Hawaiian, and the evening closed with
the serving of t dainty lunch.
The Nebraskan sailed yesterday af
ternoon for Kahului to unload vsome
freight and take in a large quantity of
sugar. The Nebraskan is scheduled to
leave Honolulu again on May 23 for San
(Dam't 'IE at
Toa certainly don't want to eat If
you are not hungry. But you must
eat, and you muse digest your food,
too. If not, you will become weak,
pale, thin, Good food, pood appetite,
good digestion, tb.es o aro essential.
Mr. Robert Venus, of Launceston, Tas
Kiajtia, sends us his photograph atd says :
" I suffered greatly from Joss of appetite,
indigestion, pains in the stomach, weakness,
and nervousness. Several doctors tried in
vain to give tue relief. A friend then induced
me to try Ayer's Sarsa par ilia, for it had done
him much good. The first bottle worked
bonders for me. Soon my appetite came
Dack, my indigestion was cured, and I
Strong and hearty."
There are many imitation " Sarsaparill.
Be sure you get -Ayer's.
Keep your bowels in good condition by using
Ayer's l'ilis. They cure constipation, coated
tongue, biliousness, sick headache.
Prepared by Dr. J. C Ayer 4 Co UwM. Mass &SJL
QOKirlBTn DXTJO CO.. ata.
"WASHINGTON MERCANTILE COM
ALL DEBTS DUE TO THE above
corporation must be settled within 15
days from this date, otherwise the
accounts will be placed in attorney's
hands for collection.
ALLEN "W. T. BOTTOMLET,
Care Bishop & Co.,924 Bethel street
15th May. J 903. 64S1.
WASHING i ON MERCANTILE COM
ALL r: fOXS HAVING CLAIMS
against the above corporation are re
quested to lodge the same with the un
dersigned within sixty days from date.
ALLEN W. T. BOTTOMLET,
Care Bishop & Co., 924 Bethel street.
15th May, 1902. C4S1.
- .i ." . . . - t
"When the Coptic landed her Asiatic
passengers for Honolulu On the Chan
nel or Quarantine wharf yesterday
afternoon Commissioner , of Immigra
tion Sargent was there in hi3 shirt
sleeves working to show the Inspectors
of immigration Just how to pass the ar
rivals. It was the'first consignment of
Asiatic immigrants to come here since
the. Commissioner decided that they
should not be sent to Quarantine Is
land, as in the past, and' the Channel
wharf building had been altered to suit
the requirements of the new service.
The Commissioner took over a portion
of the Channel wharf on "Wednesday
and proposes to hold onto it tempor
arily until the 530.000 Congressional ap
propriation for the Immigration Station
can be utilized here. . . Commissioner
Sargent gave the Inspectors an example
of what work really is when it comes
to going through a crowd of immi
grants. It is his aim that Asiatic im-.
migrants shall be treated exactly as
any other nationality of Immigrants
are, and to this end should be released
just as soon as the formalities of the
law have been complied with.
Commissioner Sargent has also intro
duced a double check system on Asiatic
employes aboard steamships. "When the
vessel enters' port the inspection Is to
take place, and half an hour before the
departure of the vessel another inspec
tion will be held. It was put into
practice yesterday with the Coptic. ,
COOPER AS PEARL
Captain McAllister of the tug Eleu
believes that Superintendent of Public
Works Codper is qualified to act as a
pilot at Pearl Harbor, having acted as
such on Thursday when the tug went
up the newly dredged channel through
the lochs to the wharf at the end of
the . Peninsula where Commissioner of
Immigration Sargent and about twenty
five guests were landed and placed
aboard a train. After going ' tip the!
channel Captain McAllister asked Supt.
Cooper if he knew the lochs pretty
well. The Superintendent replied that !
he knew every mark and depth ' and
believed he could direct the movements '
of the tug without endangering the
lives of those on board. "With Superin-.
tendent Cooper acting as pilot. Captain
McAllister shoved the tug up through
the lochs at a nine-knot gait, tunning
alongside the wharf so easy that Cap
tain McAllister is certain an egg would
not have been broken by the Impact.
The Eleu draws fifteen feet of water
and is the largest vessel that ever went
up the lochs to the wharf.
News of the departure of the United
States Naval transport Solace for Ma
nila via Honolulu reached here yester
day, the vessel having sailed yesterday
morning. She may be expected here
May 21 or 22. The most important
feature relative to the coming of the So
lace is that her wireless telegraph sys
terday morning, having arrived ott the
Inter-Island Telegraph, or Wireless
system of Hawaii, so that when the
vessel is nearing the islands the offi
cers will endeavor to get in. touch with
the telegraph station at Waialae.. thus
heralding her approach long before
Diamond Head Charlie gets his eagle
on the vessel.
A.-H. Co. Business.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 4. The
steamer Minnetonka, of 2860 tons, un
der charter to Williams, Dlmond & Co.,
and bringing freight, is now out thirty
three days from New York for this
port. The Minnewaska, a new steamer
of 3S62 tons under a similar charter,
Is soon to leave New York for this city..
The chartering of these vessels. In ad
dition to the regular business done by
the firm with the big carriers of the
American-Hawaiian line, indicates a re
markable growth of the freight busi
ness between the Eastern coast metrop
olis and this port. Sailing-ship men
expressed the opinion only a few years
ago that steamers would never entirely
supplant the windjammers on the New
York and San Francisco route, but
they have not only done this, but have
developed a trade of enormous propor
tions. " Coptic Had No Empty Berths.
The O. & O. liner Coptic, Captain
Rinder, came in the harbor early yes
terday morning, having arrive off the j
harbor at 11 p. m. Thursday, and de- j
parted for San Francisco at 4 p. m. ;
yesterday. Among the passengers werej
a large number of tourists, school teach
ers from Manila. The purser reports
that the U. S. Gunboat Princeton left
Yokohama for the mainland on May 6,
and she may put in here next week.
Due From the Islands.
Vessels about due from the islands
include the bark Roderick Dhu, fifteen
days out from Hilo; the schooner Hel
ene, eighteen days; the five-masted
schooner "W. H. Marston, nineteen days,
and the schooner Rosamond, seventeen
days out from Honolulu, and the
schooner H. C. "Wright, twenty-six days
out from Mahukona. Chronicle, May 4.
Gunboat Yorktown Here on Monday
The eunboat Yorktown, commanded
by Captain Stuart, is due here from the (
Asiatic station about Monday, tne war
ship having been passed en route by the
steamship Coptic, which came into port
"t-: . .5si : . 1 1
Funeral Services Were
Attended by Many
Samuel C. Allen was laid at rest
yesterday afternoon in Nuuanu ceme
tery with a simple yet impressive ser
vice. Surrounding the caske;; were men
in all walks in Hfe-capitallst3, business
men, workmen, all attesting to their
friendship for the deceaeed. Not only
were the whites there in large numbers
to testify to the esteem in which they
held their fellow-financier, but many
Hawallans were present and six sturdy
representatives of their number," all
from the lumber yards. of Allen t.Ro
bineon, bore the casket from the late
residence to the hearse and from the
hearse to. the vault.
The casket rested in the parlor of the
home, off Alakea street, and every
where flowers were placed. The casket
was laden with them, and lels were so
numerous that they were festooned up
on the "walls and over the entrances.
The services were held at the . home.
Rev. Henry H. Pnker, pastor of Ka
walahao church officiating. They were
opened by music, the beautiful melody
of "Lead Kindly Light", being sung byj
Messrs. Walter Dillingham, Isaac Dil
lingham, Charles Elston' and Clifford
Kimball. Rev. Henry Parker read
selections from the bible, following It
with an impressive prayer, bearing w't
ness to the esteem in which the late
Samuel C. Allen was held in the com
munity, and of the sorrow which it and
the "family had experienced at hte
death. The minister called attention to
the long period of time in which the
deceased had been an active participant
in the affairs of the Islands, a figure
both prominent and forceful. . The quar
tet sang, "Remember Thy Creator in
the Days of Thy Youth", and the casket-was
then carried to the hearse by
S. C. Dwight, S. W. Spencer, S. Kao
hele, W Pa, Hiram Kolomoku and Ka
lahoolewa, the honorary pall-bearers
being Hon. J. O. Carter, George H.
Robertson! Hon. S,' M. 'Damon, B. F.
Dillingham, W. A. Kinney, Hon. A. S.
Cleghorn, J. ju Dowsett and Hugh Mc
Intyre." ' r ' "
EXCELSIOR LODGE NO. 1,
I.O O. F.
There will be a regular meeting of
Excelsior Lodge No. 1, IO. O. F., at
ELKS HALL, Beretania and Miller
street, every Tuesday evening at 7:30
Members of Harmony Lodge and al
visiting brethren are cordially invite
to attend. L. PETRIE, N. G.
L. I LA PIERRE, Secretary..
W1LLIA51 M.MINLEX LODGE
NO. S. K. or P.
THERE WILL BE A RE
gular convention of the above
named Lodge Saturday even
ing, May . 16, in Harmony
HalL at 7:30.
WORK IN FIRST RANK.
Members of Oahu No. 1 and Mystic
No. "2 and all sojourning brothers are
invited to attend. ,,;'
A. S. PRESCOTT,
c of a a
CAPT. COOK LODME.
SONS OP ST. GEORGE, NO. 151.
THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE
above Lodge will be held in San An
tonio Hall, Vineyard street, on Mon
day, May 25th, at 7:30 o'clock.
GEO. "W. HAYSELDEN,
KWONG SING LOY CO.
Notice is hereby given - that a co
partnership has been formed (opera
tive since the 19th of April, 1903,) by
the undersigned, the names and resi
dences are follows: .
Ng Chuck, Lam Yee Sing. Ng Ah
Chew, Young Yan, Lum Lan Sing,
Yong Pak, "Wal Tong and Ng Chock.
all of Honolulu, Oahu, Territory
The nature of the business is the sale
by retail of Dry Goods. The firm name
Is the "Kwong Sing Loy Company.'
Located at King street, Noe. 20 and 24,
NG AH CHEW.
IUM LAN SING.
LUM YEE SING.
' YONG PAK,
' NG CHOCK.
POWER OF ATTORNEY.'
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice Is hereby given that Mr. T. Iwa
naga will act for me in all business
matters under a full power of attorney.
Dated at Honolulu. May 9. 1903.
FOR PRINTING THE
Bids for Printing the Journal of the
Senate of the Legislature of Hawaii,
Session of 1903, will be received until
12 o'clock noon, on Saturday, May 16,
sealed and addressed to Clarence L.
Crabbe, President of the Senate.
. Bids must specify the price per page
at which the work will be done, such
price to Include all and every expense
for composition, paper, presswork,
binding lettering, and delivery, with
in Fifteen Days after the receipt of
the last copy by the successful bidder
the whole to be finished in first class
and good workmanlike manner and
condition without additional charges of
any kind. : .
Type to be used will be Long Primer,
leaded, for the body of the Journal,
with Committee Reports and other In
serts to be set in Brevier, leaded, and
Paper to be 44 pound A grade Book
and sample sheet to accompany bid. .
Seventy-five Copies of the Journal to
be bound in Law Sheep, and Two Hun
dred and Fifty Copies in dark Green
One Proof of al matter set in type to
be furnished in galley form, and one
revised proof in page form. .
An approved Bond of J2.W0.00 (Two
Thousand Dollars) to be furnished by
the Successful Bidder to insure faith
ful performance and prompt delivery of
the work. A fine of $50 (Fifty Dollars)
per day to be Imposed, and deducted
from the amount of the bill, for the
non-delivery of "any or all of the books
at the time herein specified. A further
fine of.- $250 (Two Hundred and Fifty
Dollars) , to be Imposed for non-performance
of any one or all of the con
ditions herein mentioned.
Bids will be opened at Republican
Headquarters on Saturday. May 16th.
1903, at 12:30 p. m. The lowest or any
bid not necessarily accepted...
CLARENCE L, CRABBE,
6479 " President of the Senate.
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
On Saturday, June 13th, 1903. at 12
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of
the Judiciary Building, will be sold at
Public Auction the lease of the land of
Kawalloa-uka, in Kailua, Koolaupoko,
Oahu, containing an area of 523 acres,
a little more or less.
..Term: 10 years.
Upset rental: $100.00 per annum, pay
able semi-annually in advance.
Conditions of lease are as follows:
The Government reserves the right to
take up any portion or portions of the
above land for bona fide settlement and
other public purposes.
The Lessee is to keep the land clear
and free from lantana during the term
of said lease, and to fence same In with
a good substantial fence.
. E. S. BOYD,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Public Land Office.' Mar 13th, 1903.
TENDERS FOR DRUGS, MEDI
CINES. MEDICAL AND SURGI
Sealed tenders (In duplicate) will be
received at the office of the Board of
Health until 12 o'clock noon, June 17,
1903, for furnishing drugs, medicines,
medical and surgical supplies to all
Government Physicians, Hospitals and
Dispensaries under the control of the
Board of Health for the period of twenty-four
(24) months, from July 1st, 1903,
to July 1st, 1905.
Specifications and a list of the arti
cles required may. be obtained on ap
plication at the office of the Board of
The articles to be furnished must be
of the very best quality only, and
should be up to the requirements of the
U. S. Pharmacopoeia, unless other
The Board of Health does not bind
itself to accept the lowest or any bid.
CHAS..B. COOPER, M. D
President, Board of Health.
Office of the Board of Health, Hono
lulu, Hawaii. May 13. 1903. 64T9
Office of the Board of Health,
Honolulu, Hawaii, May 13, 1903.
Notice is hereby given that the ruie
and regulations applying to fish mar
kets at Hilo, Hawaii, adopted April
15th. 1903, are amended to read as. fol
lows: Section 1. The sale of fish and all
edible products of the sea is prohibited
at the town of Hilo, except at the new
fish market, and at the present fish
market at Waiakea, Hilo, and at such
other places as may be specially, desig
nated from time to time by the Board
oi Health where fish and edible prod
ucts of the sea may be exposed for sale
uijder the supervision of inspectors ap
pointed by the Board of Health.
Section 2. Both markets shall have
the right to sell at both wholesale and
retail under the rules governing such
galea adopted from time to time by
the Board of Health.
Section 3. All inspectors shall have
power to seize, condemn and dntxS
any fish or edible products j the aaa
exposed for sale, or brought t Qao
market, which shall be unfit tor &
Section 4. Fish left unsold at p. so.
on the evening of any day sha be &
epected. and if found in proper owaO
tion may go to cold storage; aafi m
again being offered for sale abaSl be
labelled as "iced fish."
Section 5. No market shall cfcacrCv
or allow to be charged any fee -r oare
pensation for the inspection cf &c2e
All previous regulations appryiae: r
the sale of fish at Hilo, HawaC.
CHAS. B. COOPER. M. IX.
. President, Board of lltnieti.
Secretary. Board of JJealt..
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
Under and by virtue of two crUjtt
Executions issued out of the decmX
Court of the First Circuit of the T
ritory of .Hawaii, on the 3rd ajr
March, 1903. each , in the matter
James A. Hopper Co., Ltd. vs. Loo Quci
Sam and Y. Anln, I have, on this ,
day of April, A. D. 1903, levied pn
and shall offer for sale and sell at pc&- ,
lie auction, to the highest bidder mi.
the Police Station, Kalakaua IIa, im
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory t.
Hawaii, at 12 o'clock noon of Mop&agp,
the 1st day of June, A. D. 1903 alt
following mentioned right, title ad
terest in and to the following descrOMfl
property, unless 'the judgments
costs of said executions, amounting fts
Six Hundred and Fifty-one and
Dollars, interest, costs and my e-'
penses are previously paid:
1. All the right, title and lniere
of the said Loot Chet Sam In and Us
the Luk Sang Wal Company, riei!
planters at .Waialae, Honolulu. OaJswi
being the same interest purchased tijr
the said Loo Chet Sam from Wong You
Choy by bill of sale of record la Uwe
Office of the Registrar of Conveya
In said Honolulu, In Liber 205,. Pax
225, and by bill of eale from Wong" Yew
Choy and Pang Mew. You to said L
Chet Sam as of record in said Office to
Liber 200.. Page 226.
2. All the right, title and interest S
the said Y. Anin in and to that certiS
lease from he said Y. Anin to Y
Look Co., dated Sept. 24, 1902, of recor.
in said Office in Liber 240, Page 13S
of the following described property:
(a) Land on King and Maunake.
streets, Honolulu, described in Lnar,
211, Page 398, of said Office.
(b) ' Land corner King and Mun
kea streets, 1987 sq. ft, described I.
Liber 212 Page 281, of said Office.
(c) , Land on West side of Maucakeft.
street, described in said Office In Lib
156, Page 228, and in Liber 206. Page 4S, ;;.'"'
. (d) Land on North side of Ma una ;
kea street, Land Commission Award 9(1
and portion Land Commission . Awtflif
694, containing 3380 sq. ft.
Rental, $4800 per year. - "
3. All the right title and interert S' ;
said . Y. Anin in and to that certaf
lease from the said Y. Anin to Yauai .
Tuck, dated Sept. 20, 1902, of presnj
on King and Kekaulike streets, Ho
nolulu, ; as of record in said Offk I
Liber 240, Page 145. Term of Lease. 8
years, from Oct 1st, 1902; rental. $145
CHAS. F. CHILLINGWORTH,
Deputy Sheriff, Territory of HawalL
6468 May 1, 16. 29. June L
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
On. Saturday, June 13th. 1903, at K
o'clock noon, at the front entrance "
the Judiciary Building, will be sold az.
Public Auction, under special condi
tions of payment and improveroenisv
the following lot In Lualualel, Wsiana.
Lot No. Area. Appraised Valnt.
7 689 Acres. $11780
Purchaser of the above lot must V
over 18 years of age and must be a citi
zen of the United States of Amerie-
For plan, terms and conditions -der
which eald lot will be sold, or asy
fruther information pertaining to sam
may be had upon application u
Public Land Office, Honolulu.
E. S. BOYD.
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Public Land Office, May 13th, IKX.
KWONG HING CO. OF HANJt
pepe, Kauai, have sold their buein
to Lee Wah Chan, by Wee Sing. ttwSr
asslgnee. Included with all the sttV.
of merchandise, goods, store fixture,
wagons, chattels, building on prem!
and also all outstanding accounts
to the said Kwong Hlng Co. Any oie?
owing the said Kwong Hing Co. is re
quested to pay Lee Wah Chan hereta.
LEE WAH CHAS.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
I have this day sold out all my totrC
in the Hotel Metropole. Alakea utroet.
to Mrs. E. Jacobson; all claims agalS
the hotel should be presented to sa
before the 18th inst.
R. B. RICE.
CAMARA & CO. HAVE MOVESU
their place of business to northeast c5
ner of Merchant and Alakea streei.
where they will be pleased to see their
old patrons as well as new.
Tel. Main 452. 60