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I1 THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL? ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, JANUARY 23, 190s 7 " 1 5 i- : 11 r. i jj ft t 1 as J ft f TRADE MARK. R. JHBGER'S Pure Sanitary Woolen Underwear A great deal of the sickness prevalent during this cold spell could be prevented by wearing Dr. Jaeger's pure and sanitary woolen underwear. It prevents ingress of draught at front or back and is of double thickness over chest. It keeps the skin at an equable warmth in any weather. It is a common mistake that woolen underwear is not necessary in Hawaii. Perhaps in no other place in the world can light woolen undergarments be worn with more beneficial results. Dr. Jaeger's woolen underwear is endorsed by the world's leading physicians. S. P. C. A. LOOKS AFTER FOOD OF BIG SHARK Manager Fred Potter Says He Does Not Give the Fish Any Live Puppies for Its Dinner. "Now. I want to know who feeds the fishes," paid a lady member of the S V C A ivlio Viart Dfiiil her rtim at the r!nn- of th Aauarium. walking back to lock through the bars of Manager Fred Potter's cage after a hasty iilanje at th fat mullets swimming and i' round the central tank. "Why, the Jap," answered Fred. "But I mean, who is responsible their feeding?" "I am." "Then, what do you mean by feeding live puppies to the shark and having a crowd here to applaud the cruel per formance and watch the pitiful at a round for Manager Pot- "I never fed puppies to the shark, ter went on protestin anything to the shark, although I have tried to. The shark will not eat." "Well," said the S. P. C. A. lady, "they told me you did, and I deemed it only right to come to headquarters and find out." Then she went any from there and the big fishes that had all suspended for the moment the pleasant occupa tion of eating the little ones went on with their merry chasing. The bis- oe REALTY TRANSACTIONS, ! 190: D :nl A Entered for record Jar. 21, Queens Hospital to A. D Castro Honolulu Plantn Co K-so Honolulu Plantn Co to William G. lrwin et ai j-ev p iionoiuiu 1'lantn Co liesoltn Honolulu Plantn Co Resoltn Honolulu Plantn Co to William G Irwin et al P A Hawn Trust Co Ltd to Kuamu tw) et 5 Pel Antonio Serrao to J - ,. r-.?v. Rodrigues rci Doming.. de Fi-.m.-u a:,,i wt to Jose k t-errao Ken Kuhiis and wf to Jose G sier ra o T Kahuhu to Mrs Chas E King A Pauole an.i wf to Welolika Ka laau (w) et al . Nahinu Kapawai and hsb to Welo- lika Kalaau (w) et al D Welolika Kalaau et al to A Pauole and wf jj Welolika Kalaau et al to Xahinu Kapawai and hb d Your Stomach and Bowels. So much. Tanabi Yiei to Wing Man Chong..C M depend upon them. Your health, hap Hui land Wainiha by afft affdt Plness, and even your your life is con- D D Li D UflSTETTgRc P CELEBRATED 1 A ft3?l t STOMACH 59 fiBiJ R rs wn9s. 31 Don't Neglect Jtopus waved a couple of his arms' A S Wilcox to W E Powell L trolled largely by these organs. It la gracefully and the hermit crab peeped VSLTZrif W J out of his anemone covered cottage to S Kakutaro et al to A G Curtis... C M share in the general leave-taking. As T Yano to C F Bradshaw B therefore very Important at the first symptom of the stomach becoming weak or the bowels constipated that you TAKE A FEW DOSES of Hostet- A full line of underwear, half-hose and abdomenal bands at tempts of the poor little doggies to es-'for the shark he came up with a splash' Antoni Carreiro and wf to Thos ira omach Bitters. It is the best ... ; .u- ' ... C Rideway t- Stomach and Bowel medicine In exist- Cane.'" ma mwn. dim Wllineu -p, tJ ...... tnno nj ril. xir -Why-why." stammered Potter. "I laboriously at Fred Potter's pretty lit-, y Kobavashi et ai hv t ZZ CORNER MERCHANT AND FORT STREETS- never did." "Never did what?" "Fed a live puppy to the shark." tie white fox terrier. That terrier! to D E Wilson knows more than the law allows about fishes, too. You can see it in the saucy .affdt fore ASSIGNEE OF MORTGAGEE'S NO TICE OF INTENTION OF FORE CLOSURE AND OF SALE. Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the power of sale contained In that certain mortgage dated February 10, 1902, made by Charles S. Desky, trus tee, and Minnie Desky of Honolulu', Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, mortgagors, to the German Savings and Loan Society, which said mort gage is recorded in the office of the Registrar of Conveyances in said Ho nolulu, in Liber 232 on pages 100 to 107 Inclusive, and which said mortgage, together with the note secured there by, was heretofore, to wit, on the 27th lay of December, 1904, by said The Ger man Savings and Loan Society, ?old, assigned, transferred and delivered to George Tourny of the City and County of San Francisco, State of California, which said assignment of mortgage is recorded In Liber 267, on pages 94 et seq. records of said Registry Office, the said assignee of the said mortgagee in tends to foreclose said mortgage for condition broken, to wit, non-payment f interest when due. 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. Morgan at Kaahumanu street in said Honolulu, n Saturday, February 4, 1905, at 12 o'clock Er" of said day. The property conveyed by said mortgage-anil which wrill "oe sold as afore said, is all that certain lot and parcel of land described In R. P. Grant 147 to W. L. Lee, situated on the west cor mer of Fort and Beretania streets, in Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, and bounded and described a3 follows, to wit: Commencing at the point of intersec tion of the present line of the north vest side of Fort street, with the pres ent line of the southwest side of Bere tania street, the boundary runs thence by true bearing: S. 51 50' W. 83 feet along the line of the northwest side of Fort street to east corner of the Cartwright premi-es, thence N. 38 45' "W. 80 feet along the line of the northeast side of Cartwright premises to the line of the southeast side of a ten-foot right of way, N. 51 15' E. 80.8 feet along said line f southeast side of right of way to the line of the southwest side of Bere tania street, thence S. 40 22' E. 80 feet along said line of southwest side of Beretania street to the point of commencement. . Containing an area of 6345 square feet, more or less, and constituting and being a portion of the same premises described in that certain deed from w . i. Irwin to said Charles S. Desky, trustee, dated May 28, 1S97. and re ccrded in Lib3r 168 on pages 468 et seq records of th? office of the Registrar of Conveyances in said Honolulu, together -with all and singular the tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances there unto belonging, or in anywise apper taining, including the building on saia premises known as the "Progress Block," and the rever?ion and rever sions, remainder and remainders meie frr.a pash. United States gold co!n Deeds at expense of purchaser, to be , r-cA hv the attorneys for said as- vf cnH morteraeree. , . , r IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII AT. CHAMBERS IN PROBATE. In the Matter of the Estate of Manuke alii Kauhane, deceased Order of Notice of Hearing Petition for Administration. On reading and filing the petition of George C. Hewitt of Waiohinu, Kau, alleging that Manukealii Kauhane of Honolulu, Oahu, died intestate at Ho nolulu on the 3d day of February, A. D. 1904, leaving property in the Hawaiian Islands necessary to be administered upon, and praying that letters of ad- minibirauun issue 10 ueorge . newui, EXAMINATIONS OF CANDIDATES it is oruerea tnat Saturday, tne litn Out in his big tank the shark rolled nay in which she barks at the cry- over on his side wearily as he swam fish when they begin sparring across around and around, now and again tne aney at the eels. poking his ugly head up from the' The shark, by the way, did not seem ....- v ' n thA TO rtt let h a noun 1 oi 1...- Urania aim ian..ns a. - - ' ' - L'Umm nil TV int in T T i.j T." I ... scenery with his wicked eyes. He would Maybe, indeed, he would have relished Honolulu, Oahu. $1415. B 264, p 2i7. have made short work of a fat and a fat puppy, or some such juicy tid-bit.' Dated Apr 10, 1856. ence, aaid positively cures HEART BURN. INDIGESTION. DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION AND MALARIA TRY IT. Recorded Jan 10, 1905. Robert G Davis to Tboma OummiTio M; R P 148 and bldgs. King st, Hono- STfH I A f FT lulu. Oahu. $3203.44. B 260, p 456. V a U .Dated Aug Is, 1855. Robert G Davis by assnee to Thomas HOSTETTER'S - BITTERS day of March, A. D. 1905, at 10 o'clock a. m., be and hereby is appointed for hearing said petition in the courtroom of this court at Kailua, Hawaii, at which time and place all persons con cerned may appear and show cause, if any they have, why said petition juicy young dog, that shark. Any at- e swam sluggishly, like a shark with tempt the pup might have made to es-Ja hob-nailed liver, almost turning on cape would have been so brief as to be his side and shoving the water out of scarcely worth the price of admission. J the way with his great body in the most 'I never fed even the littlest of little ill-natured possible way. The shark, in j fact, does not like the place he lives in. He is cramped for room, like a family of seven and four visitors from the country in a five-roomed city flat. Also, he has been longer in captivity than any of his predecessors. This shark was caught twenty-six days ago, and there never was one in that tank SY .AUTHORITY FOR "WEST POINT AND ANNAPOLIS. Preliminary examinations to enable the Congressional Delegate for Hawaii to select one nominee and two alter- should not be granted, and that notice I nates each for the United States Mili- of this order be published in the Eng lish, language for three successive weeks in the Pacific Commercial Ad vertiser newspaper in Honolulu. Dated at Kailua, N. Kona, Hawaii, January 19, 1905. JOHN ALBERT MATTHEWMAN, Judge of the Circuit Court of the Third Circuit. Attest: JOHN P. CURTS, Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Thfrfi Circuit. 7007 Jan. 23, 30, Feb. 5, 12. ANNUAL MEETING. HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC COMPANY. tary Academy and the United States Naval Academy respectively, will be held in the Legislative Hall in the Cap itol, Honolulu, from Monday, February 6, to Thursday, February 9, inclusive, commencing at 9 o'clock a. m. of each day. Examinations for the military academy will be held on Monday and Tuesday, and for the naval academy on Wednesday and Thursday. ALATAU T. ATKINSON, Superintendent of Public Instruction For Jonah K. Kalanianaole, Delegate in Congress. John C Cluney to Maunaihi Kaohele (w), Rel; por ap A of Kul 655, Keone ula, Honolulu, Oahu. $400. B 230, p 31. Dated Dec 19, iy04. David L Kahaleaahu and wf to John C Cluney, D; ap A of Kul 655. bldgs,! etc, Keoneula, Honolulu, Oahu. $424. j B 266, p S5. Dated Dec 19. 1904. Aukai and hsb to Hafli Kanealii (w), D; int in share in hui land, etc, Waini ha, Halelea. Kauai. $10. B 264, p 347. Dated Jan 4, 1905. Hee Fat to William E Rowell, L; r w to erect poles, stretch wires, en-, for electrical purposes across ahp Wa- 9, B 263. p 214. The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Hawaiian Electric Com pany will be held on Tuesday, January 31, 1905, at 3 o'clock p. m., at the office of the company, on King street, Ho nolulu. W. L. HOPPER, Secretary Hawaiian Electric Co. Honolulu, Jan. 23, 1905. 7007 CONCRETE ARCH CULVERT AT HONOULIULI No. 2, DISTRICT OF EWA, OAHU, T. II. Proposals will be received at the of fice of the Superintendent of Publii Works, Honolulu, T. H , until 12 o'clock m. . or r eoruary i, ayu;, ior construct ing a concrete arch culvert at Honoii- liuli No. 2, Ewa, Oahu, T. II. Plans and specifications are on fil with the Assistant Superintendent of By order of the board of directors 1 Public Works, copies of which will be the annual meeting of stockholders of furnished intending bidders on receint of .$5, which sum will be returned after depositing bid and returning plans and ANNUAL MEETING. NAHIKU SUGAR CO., LTD. the Nahiku Sugar Company, Limited, will be held at the office of the com pany, Stangenwald building, Honolulu, on Monday. January 30, 1905, atlO specifications. TV.r further particular avrJ Smith & Lewis, attorneys for said as signee of said mortgagee. Dated Honolulu. January 9, Mfcj. GEORGE TOURNY. 6197 Said Assignee of said Mortgagee. ANNUAL MEETING. KIHEI PLANTATION CO., LTD. By order of the board of director? the annual meeting of stockholders of the Kihei Plantation Company, Limit- will be held at tne omce w -" ed. Hono- a : 1 .1 -' r .r.mrnnv Stansrenwaia uuiw.h6, lulu, on Saturday, January 28, 190a, at 19 a. m. L. A. THURSTON, Secretarv Kihei Plantation Co., Ltd. Honolulu, January IS, 1905. 7004 ANNUAL MEETING. BANK OF HAWAII. LTD. The regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the Bank of Hawaii, Ltd., will be held at the company's of fice on Thursday, January 26. 1905, at 3:30 p. m.. for the election of officers for the ensuing year, as well as any ther business that may be presented. E. F. BISHOP. Secretary pro tern. a. m. GEO. M. ROLPH, Secretary Nahiku Sugar Co., Ltd. Honolulu, January 19, 1905. 7005 ANNUAL MEETING. MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO., LTD. The annual meeting of the stockhold ers of the Mutual Telephone Co., Ltd., will be held at the office of the com pany on Wednesday, January 25, 1905, at 2 p. m. CHAS. H. ATHERTON, 7002 Secretary, reserves the right to reject any or No proposal will be entertained unless submitted on the blank forms furnished oy the Assistant Superintendent of Public Works, inclosed in a sealed en veiope addressed to Hon. C. S. Hollo- way, Superintendent of Public Works, Honolulu, T. H., indorsed "Proposals for concrete arch culvert at Honouliuli No. 2," and delivered previous to 12 o'clock m. on the day specified. The Superintendent of Public Works all DIVIDEND NOTICE. EWA PLANTATION CO. bids. C. S. HOLLO WAY. Superintendent of Public Works. Honolulu, T. H.. Jan. 20. 1905. 7006 The directors of this corporation hav ing declared a monthly dividend of 1 i ner cent, dividend No. 91 is due and payable on Tuesday, January 31, 1905. to stockholders of record at the close of the stock transfer books, Saturday, January 21, 1905, at 12 m. Stock transfer books will be reopened on Wednesday, February 1, 1905. W. A. BO WEN, 7006 Treasurer. QUARTERLY MEETING. TACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD. NOTICE. WILDER'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY. The regular quarterly meeting of the Pacific Hardware Company, Ltd., will be held at its office on Monday, Janu ary 30, at 3 o'clock p. m. JAS. GORDON SPENCER. 7007 Secretary. Honolulu, Jan. 23, 1905. MEETING NOTICES. CHANGE IN SAILING TIME OF STEAMER LIKELIKE. NOTICE OF MEETING OF STOCK HOLDERS OF KOHALA AND H1LO RAILWAY COMPANY. Steamer Likelike will rnnke one trip ner week instead of two trTTV as here tofore, beginning Monday, January 30. as per the following schedule: Sailing from Honolulu every Monday at 5 P- m. for l-vaunaKaKai. iiaiawa. Wailau, Felekunu, Kalaupapa. Pukoo. IIonoHia, Kaanapnli, Lahaina. L::r:a Olowalti. Kihei and Keawakapu. and for Makena the first and third week of I each month. Returning will sail from Lahaina Fri day afternoon for Pukoo, Kamalo and Kaunakakai. arriving in Honolulu Sat- j urday morning. lpa, Kauai. $15 per an. B n 'U before that lived more than fourteen Dated Feb 23, 1904. uajs. it is not an easy role to nil, even "ina ana nsD u-upena) to M yrs at $1T per an. for a shark, to be the oldest inhabitant ! llllam nowell. D: share No 4.8 in Dated Dec 12, 1904. The responsibly clearly wears upon T'aT n "nti "atlea',lCa"ai; 200' i aakea MiU Co to Vo,cano Stabls , u -64, p o4S. Dated ?ov l., 1904. land Transportation Co, L: 2 95-100 A the fish. j George Mundon and wf to William 1 land, Waiakea, Hilo, Hawaii. 14 yrs; The other fishes are all very well, E Rowell, D; shares Nos 130 and 128 3 yrs at $250 per an, 11 yrs at $500 per thank you. Even the big octopus has in nui knd. Wainiha, Halelea, Kauai. . an. B 263, p 21. Dated Dec 12. 1904. t.w). n t-t. p tw. uated Jan 6, 190.. : Laupahoehoe Sugar Co to Kuaha Albert S Wilcox to William E Rowell,' (w), D; por gr 3650. M aulua-iki. N Hilo, Par Rel: shares No- 130 and 12S in hui Hawaii. $25. B 264, p 351. Dated Dec land, Wainiha. Halelea, Kauai. $1. 15 2S, 1904. 2G0, p 350. Dated Jan 6. 1905. j J Alfred Ma goon to Kapiolani Est; William H Mclnerny to anmrx of est Ltd. Par Rel: por gr 16. Mar.oa. Ho of William S Noblitt, D; pors gr 3760, nolulu, Oahu. $1000. B 2t;7. p 95. Dated ' Kaluaopalena. Honolulu, Oahu. $2152. Jan 9. 1905. B 266, p 87. Dated Jan 9. 1905. , Kapiolani E.st Ltd to Caroline E t'as- German Savs & Loan Socy to George tie, D: por Jgr 136. M Mioa. Honolulu, Tourny, A M: mtg C S Desky Tr et al. Oahu. $1500. p, 264, p 352. Dated Jan concluded to accept the spotted fellow with knobs on his stomach as a squid and a brother, and peace broods ever that tank once more. The weather at the beach yesterday was absolutely perfect, the band play ed to a large crowd that stayed until the last note died away among: ine iromvood trees, the surf was full cf bathers and coasting canoes, and all " ,il"- tor i.ereiania ana 1-ort 9, l05. th rPsnrts rr w.H Th T?anM S,8V Honolul- Oahu. $55,000. B 267, K A Mott-Smith Tr to Keluia (widow). p 94. Dated Dec 27. 1904. Transit cars, by all lines, carried one Waiakea Mill Co to A P. Loebenstein. of the biggest crowds of the season. L; 2 A land, Waiakea, Hilo, Hawaii. Rel; por Kul JC1S, Auwi.ii.lii U, lulu, Oahu. $100. B 2I!6. p 4!to. Jan 9, 1905. Hono-Dated Notice is hereby given that the an nual meeting of the stockholders of the Kohala and Hilo Railway Company will be held on Monday, the 2",d day ' January, 1905, at 7:30 p. m. of paid day. at room 202. Judd buil.linsr. t:;t;iv ,,i Merchant an. Fort str-t H. - .'::'.!. Election of officers and trr. nsuet:o; of such other business as rrav 1 brouirh: before the said meeting. T. C. RIP tWAY. Secretary of the Kohala and Hi'n Railway Company. Dated Honolulu, T. H.. January J, iv,. 1 rTt-v rsT'f1 1 i j , w J . v. ' i - - , , x J ii . fry rf v ' , n' ? r h " J ii ? '7-'il P If 9 S'- .I k ' 6 H ,ry 1 i' U 4" V- -tv, ' f ' p j tl s - v 'V-Ajir V - ' ---1 ' ' , -C I T 2Z P- 47 ' s - 1 - i r J . 7 J . , SV 8 f ' j r -3 ' ss i : L S A HAND-GRENADE STRUGGLE. Black and White. ?? ss s 8 ll I I I: I' P v ;fc 'I ti . '1- ! v Honolulu, H. T.. Jan. IS, 1905. 7004 7006 WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO. 6992 Jan. 5, 12. 19. 23.