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SUNDAY ADVERTISER, NOVEMBER ir, 1906.
BY AUTHORITY. QUOTATIONS ON in 1 ' X Mil! EXCHANGE OF LAN'AI LANDS. FOR RENT Matlock Avenue $36.00 Young Street 2625 Lunalilo Street S0-00 McCully Street 2500 Emma Street 12.50 Beretania Street 40 00 Aloha Lane 18- King Street 35.00 Vmianii Street 50.00 Prospect Street 50- Merchant Street (Offices) 15.0 FURNISHED Young Street 5000 FOR SALE Lots at Kaimuki for cash or in ex change for sugar stocks. HENRY WATERHOUSE tdttot rr t Tn Fort and Merchant Sts., Honolulu. Oil TfllELEM WfL FOR SALE House and Lot $4750 House and Lot 4600 House and Lot 3600 House and Lot 3000 Two Lots at Puunui, overlooking Country Club site, 125x200, each $1350. Eight Lots in Palolo Tract, each $300. Three House Lots at Wahiawa. ' 812 FORT STREET. There is a chance for you to get your valuables into the safe de posit vault and keep the thieves from getting what belongs to you. The price for protection is rea sonable and the owner of the ware has an opportunity to examine at all times Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd. Notice is hereby given that a gen eral public meeting will be held in the Executive Rooms, at 3:30 o'clock .n the afternoon of Monday, November J6, to freely discuss the advisability of making an exchange of the lands .jf Lanai, or to condemn such a project. All parties who are interested and who care to offer suggestions are in vited to be present. A free and full expression of views is desired, either in person or by correspondence. GEORGE R. CARTER. Governor. Executive Building, Honolulu, No vember 9. 1906. 202 Nov. 11. IS. 25. BUBBEB STOCKS Following are the latest quotations on rubber stocks in the Malay Straits Settlement: NOTICE TO CANDIDATES IN THE, COUNTY ELECTION. The attention of all candidates in the County Election held November 6th, 1906. is drawn to Sections 31, 32 and 33 of the Rules and Regulations fo Administering Oaths and Holding Elections, which relate to the filing of an itemized statement of expenses by each Countv Candidate with the Coun ty Clerk within twenty days. (Sgd.) D. KALAUOKALANI. JR., County Clerk, County of Oahu. 7586. Inc. 1S9S 1903 1903 1903 1904 1904 1904 1904 1904 1905 1905 1905 1906 1906 1906 1906 Name. Par. Bid Selangor Rub. Co., Ltd. 100 Bukit Rajah Rubber Co. 100 Singapore & Juare Rub. Co., Ltd 1C0 Pataling Rub. Co., Ltd.. 103 Vallambrosa Rub. Co... 100 Sungei Rub. Co 100 Sandycraft Rub- Co 100 Ribu Planting Co., Ltd.. 100 Cicely Rub. Estates Co.. 100 Anglo-Malaz Rub. Co... 100 B:ilgowine Rub. Estate, Ltd 100 Sione Rub. Co., Ltd 100 Jebong Rub. Co.. Ltd... 100 Kalumpong Rub. Co., Ltd 100 Highlands & Lowlands Rubber Co 100 Ledburv Rub. Co 100 - o 27". 230 10." FOII Wil l Notice of Intention to Consider the Defining of the Limits of Forest Reserves and the Setting Apart of Certain Government Lands in the Districts of Hana, Island of Maui, and Waianae, Island of Oahu, as Forest Reserves, and of Public Hearings Concerning said Subject Matter. Halstead&Go.,Ltd STOCK AND BOND BROKERS LOANS NEGOTIATED. Members Honolulu Stock and Wm ALBERT F. AFONG 832 Fort Street. STOCK AND BOND BROKER MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK BOND EXCHANGE, REAL ESTATE FOR SALE S building lota In Manoa Vail 1-2 acre each, $1000 a lot. Beautiful site, bracing air, gait cent view. R. G. A. PETERSON GENERAL COMMISSION BROKER. REAL ESTATE, STOCKS & BONBS FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE. MORTGAGE LOANS, CONVEYANCING. ABSTRACTS OF TITLE. NOTARY PUBLIC. All matters regarding REAL ES TATE and INVESTMENTS in the Territory of Hawaii. Tel. Main 168 P. O. Box 365 Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of Chapter 28 of the Re vised Laws of Hawaii, amended by Act No. 65 of the Session Laws of 1905, public hearings will be held by the Governor of the Territory and the Board of Commisioners of Agriculture and Forestry, on Wednesday, Novem ber 28, 1906, at 2 o'clock p. m., in the office of the Board of Agriculture and Forestry, on King street, in Honolulu, Isiand of Oahu, to consider the defining of the limits of forest reserves and the setting apart of certain government ands respectively in the District of Hana, Island of Maui, lying on the eastern slope of Mt. Haleakala, bound ed on the west and north by the Koo- au District, on the east by a line fol- owing approximately the lower edge of the existing forest across the Hana District, on the south by the Kipahulu District, and containing an area o 14,825 acres, more or less; and in the Waianae District, Island of Oahu, ly ing on the western slope of the Waia nae Mountains, bounded on the west by the Lualualei Homesteads, on the north and east by the lands of Waianae-kat, Waianae-uka and Honouliuli, on the south by the land of Nanakuli, con taming an area of 343 acres, more or less; as forest reserves. Maps and descriptions of the said lands proposed to be set apart as forest reserves are on file in the office of the Superintendent of Forestry in Honolu lu, where they are open to the inspec tion of the public. At the same time and place all per sons who desire will be given full op portunity to be heard upon the subject matter of this notice and to present evidence and arguments, in person, by proxy or by letter, either for or against rhe setting apart of said lands as forest reserves. G. R. CARTER, Governor of Hawaii. Executive Building, Honolulu, No vember 5, 1906. 7565 Nov. 6, 11, 18. PANAMA CANAL CONTEST. The first count in the Panama canal contest for possession of the Panama model now on exhibition at the Sachs Dry Goods Company was made Thurs day evening. November 8, and shows the following result: High School 2235 Punahou 1811 1 St. Louis College 938) Queen's Hospital 335 j Pauoa School 192 Kaahumanu 155 Kaiulani 155 1 St. Andrew's Priqry 97 Mills Institute 40 Kaaopua School 33 Kaumaialii Dodge Iolani College Maile Lodge No. 4, K. of P. 2 9 FUNERAL OF MRS. E. WEBSTER. Funeral services for Mrs. Emily Webster, widow of William Webster, of Honolulu, and daughter of the late Henry N. and Priscilla L. Hopper, took place this afternoon at the First Uni tarian Church, West Newton. Rev. Julian C. Jaynes, minister of the church, officiated, and a male quartet sang three selections "Abide With Me," "Crossing the Bar" and "Passing! Out, of the Shadow." The body was taken to Mt. Auburn Cemetery for burial. Mrs. Webster was in her seventy-first year and had resided in Newton twenty-seven years. Chroni cle. SHOOTING NOTICEL Notice is hereby given that William Mutch has leased the exclusive right to shoot deer and game birds on the land of Kahananui. Molokai: and hereby warns all persons from entry upon said land and shooting any kind of game. Prosecution will follow any and all persons shooting thereon. WILLIAM MUTCH. Honolulu, November 5. 1906. 7565 Nov. 6 8, 11. COOK WITH GAS. The use of gas in Honolulu for cook ing and lighting purposes is becoming more general as its advantages become known. The average housewife is quick to adopt modern methods if they lead to economy. Gas for either fuel or light is much more economical than any other medium and for cooking It has the additional advantage of being clean. The Honolulu Gas Company, in the Alexander Young building, will be pleased to furnish all information rela tive to cost of installing, and the aver age cost of maintaining a range. THE NEW ALEXANDER HISTORY. In order to devote himself almost exclusively to his new history of the Hawaiian Islands, Professor W. D. Alexander will sever his active connec tion with the United States Geodetic Survey about April next. In the light of the many valuable documents per taining to Hawaiian history lately found in the archives and now being properly classified by Mr. Lydecker, the new history will be a most use ful publication. REMNANT SALE. The past six months have been un usually busy ones at Ehlers, many hun dreds of pieces of silks, woolens and flannels having been disposed of during that time. As nearly every piece closed out left a remnant of some length or other, you can form some idea of the immense lot on hand. These will be closed out n xt Thursday at their usual remnant prices. MEETING NOTICE. HAWAIIAN FERTILIZP:r CO.. LTD. A special meeting of the stockholders of the Hawaiian Fertilizer Company, Limited, will be held on Monday, No vember 12, 1906. at 10 o'clock a. m., at the offices of C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., Queen street, Honolulu, for the purpose of considering certain changes in the by-laws. CHAS. M. COOKE, President. Honolulu, October 31. 1906. 7561 NOTICE TO BEE KEEPERS. Investigations relating to the bee keeping industry of Hawaii undertaken by the United States Experiment Sta tion nave given results or direct inter est to bee keepers. A meeting of bee keepers to discuss these results and such other questions as may be pre sented will be held on Thursday. No vember 15, 1906. at 2 p. m. at the office of the station, head of Pensacola street. . rail j ' " ' -, a m' - ' 'i..'- THIS STYLE Victor Talking Machine $12.50, Other Victors, 7 different styles, prices from $20 to $65. BERGSTROM MUSIC CO, LTD. ODD FELLOWS BUILDING. r II LILLY'S POULTRY FOOD l It is an all around reliable medicated food for poultry. It will give remarkable results in preventing disease and making hens lay. Besides Lilly's Best Poultry Food we carry the following: Lilly's Poultry Pepper, Lilly's Insect Powder, Lilly's Lice Killer, Lilly's Roup Cure, Lilly's Cholera Cure, Oyster Shells, Clam Shells, Beef Scraps, Holly Chick Food, Common-Sense Egg Food, Scratch Food, Powdered Charcoal, Blood Meal. Everything for the chickens, carry them ask BEST If your grocer does not mm C. J. DAY & COMPANY, Retail Dealers. Theo. H. Davies & Co., Limited, Wholesale Dealers. 1 STEIN WAY AND OTHER PIANO. THAYER PIANO CO. AND US MOTUL ITR1I HoteL P. t L Real Estate Matlock Avenue; 4 bedrooms. Cash 1100; balance $25 per month. Kinau Street; 3 bedrooms. Cash $275; balance $25 per month. King Street: 2 bedrooms. Cash $200; balance $25 per month. Lot 60x250. Waialae Rd.: 3 B. R.. 1 acre $2700 Young St.: 10 B. R.. 75x150 4500, Kamehameha IV. Rd. ; 6 B. R., i 170x200 3500 Puunui: 2 B R.. 75x150 1300 Kukui St.; 2 B. R., 50x131 130 AND OTHER BARGAIN'S. WAITT BLDG, 74 S. KING ST. Bloomers have been suggested as the proper apparel for M irion (Ohio) school teachers. The suggestion uasj made by H. H. Dickerson. president of j the school board. Whether President j Dickerson expressed the idea as a joke r whether he was really serious is left j a matter of conjecture. But. whatever i his meaning may have been, the teach ers are exceedingly Indignant. The suggestion of the board president came as the result of a protest which the teachers, headed by H. L. Frank, superintendent of schools, made against the use of oil on the floors of the school buildings. The teachers com plain that the oil soiled their dresses. B B B 3 PIAN An old bachelor bought a pair of socks and found attache to one a pa per with these words: "I am a young lady of twenty, and would like to cor respond with a bachelor with a view to matrimony." The name and ad dress were given. The bachelor wrote, and in a few days got this reply. "Mamma was married twenty years ago. Evidently the merchant of whom you bought those socks did not adver tise, or he would have sold them long ago. My mother handed me your let ter and said possibly I might suit. I am eighteen. " mwiir riimiiTiirtr nn f'llK&'L I.HIJIU HllfL I j I Em uuini runniiuriL uu. 0 n 11 A fine Vose & Sons PIANO for sale cheap. Cask or fnstalm?Lt COYNE FURNITURE CO. Hotel and Union Streets. Souvenir Postals New Dresden Souvenir Postals of Princess Kaiulani, Central Union Church. Ainahau. and other beautiful subjects, including Madame Alapai and the Band. HAWAII & SOUTH SEAS CURIO CO., Young Building. 1 Blended Whiskeys are considered by connoisseurs to be superior to what is known to the trade as two stamp goods. The I. W. Harper whiskey stands at the head of this class of liquor and it is becoming the favor ite of the men who know the best points in whiskey. WE HAVE the celebrated Harper Premium AAA put up in imported amber bottles five to a gallon. And the equally famous Old Continental, hand-made sour mash, in full quart flint glass con tainers. Each bottle is covered with wire mesh. We feel that we can recommend these goods as superior products, something you may offer to your friends. For bar trade it is the best whiskey and a trade bringer. i W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd. "It seems his uncle fell out of a hotel window in Europe" "Gracious! Any nones oroKen f "Not one. 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