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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULV, FEBRUARY 15, 1907.
Fraternal Meetings Fraternal Meetings
GEORGE W. DE LONG POST HONOLULU TEMPLE NO. 1, PYTH-
ORAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. I IAN SISTERS,
nwnin with January. 1907. the! Meets every second and fourth Mon-
iti meet on the third Monday of ,.ay. at Knights of Pythias' Hall, King
acta, month. Instead of tha first Mon- 8treet. All visitors cordially Invited to
day. All comrades are welcome.
ROBERT NELSON, Commander.
jtoom 92 (second floor). Alexander
Young building. Mondays, 7:45 p. m,
rablle meeting; visitor welcome-
9-rsdays. 7:45 p. m.. lodge meeuns
JENNIE JACOBSON, M. E. C.
GRACE O'BRIEN. II. of R. & S.
POLYNESIA ENCAMPMENT, NO. L
L o. o. r.
Meets every first and third Friday
of tha month, at 7:30 p. m.. In Odd
Fellows Hall. Fort street. Visiting
Suit to Compel Him to Take
Lease of 18,000 Acres
& Jta room and library open every brothers cordially Invited to attend.
in a- aiiuvii v "
waakday from S to 4 p. m.
Lb L. LA PIERRE. Scribe.
Arthur M. Brown had the burden of
18,000 acres of leasehold taken off his
shoulders yesterday by Judge Lindsay.
The bill for specific performance
cHUX njjja. i v , r n n r I hrnnsrhf osraJnst him by Land nnmmis
ttt l uwadiua uuxsvuu aw. w. w. -. i - -
WA. I I ...
-, and third Friday. Meets every Tuesday evening, at sioner Pratt, to compel mm to accept
anu - " - I. . -.l, TTn . .trDOT I . . . . . , .
mt T-tS o'clock t) m. In rot-ms to ore-1 in au re-iuw -- ana execute a -ease oi ivaone ianas
-on Block, entrance "on Union street. Visiting brothers cordially Invited to at auction by hi3 aent two
1 w-r nVl.f I ttTAnn I
JAMES u. -m.cui.i-, w- - i -. wn-,cjrw c years ago, was dismissed by the court.
JOHN UACAUUix. aecy. V V . ..-r In sustaining the demurrer of the re
spondent Judge Lindsay did not hold
HONOLULU LODGE 616. B. P. E Tr-moot LOPQE NO. 3. L O. O. F. that Commissioner Pratt, having acted
uvuvi - - e -
win meet In their hall. King street,
sear Fort, every Friday evening. By
erder of tha E. R.
HARRY E. MURRAY. E. R.
. HARRY H. SIMPSON, Secy.
DJ-UXE-X COUNCIL, NO. 663.
Y. M. L
Meets avery second and fourth Wed-
Mti vrv Monday eveninj?. at 7.30. as auctioneer for himself, could not
. xru tioii Tjv-f street. Vis-1 bind the purchaser. He did have
Ul V WAV tt -- - - I - . . . , . ..
itlng brothers cordially Invited to at
CHAS. A. SIMPSON, N. G.
E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
PACIFIC T?TTRTTTTATT LODGE, NO. L
L O. O. F.
Meet every second and lourm I comply wim me siaiuie oi irauas.
doubts on that point but, whether or
not Pratt could bind the purchaser, the
ruling was made on another ground.
Judge Lindsay held that the memo
randum of sale made by the Commis
sioner did not state the terms of the
contract with sufficient certainty to
aeadar at 7:50 o'clock. In San Antonio Thursday, at 7:30 p. m.. Odd Fellows' If a professional auctioneer had been
Hall, Fort street, visiting iteoeaaas i " lamc a. uiCmvia.uuuui ui
HalL Vineyard street.
FRED W. WEED. Prea.
E. V. TODD. Secy.
the same kind, but one indicating that
the property was fully described In cer
tain other papers, then the contract'
would be binding. But, as the court
OLIVE BRANCH BEBEKAH WJGB f
are cordially Invited to attend.
MARION WRIGHT, N. G.
JENNY JACOBSON, Secy.
NO. 2. L O. O. F.
memorandum in this case, which is as
Meets every first and third Thurs- j foUowa
day. at 7:30 p. in Odd Fellows ,.The ieaseof i8,00O acres, a little
Hall, Fort street. Visiting Rebekahs more or ,ess of the land of Kanhe was
are cordially Invited to attend. DUt UD at auction by Jas. W. Pratt on
ANITA PHILLIPS, N. G. Saturday. Jan. 21. 1905. After some
AGNES DUNNE, Secretary. lively bidding between E. P. Low in
OCEANIC LODGE NO. 371. F. A. M. F' f Fl
Meets on the last Monday of each der repres;nting the applicant, on the
Kinney's Claim of Water Ad:
mitted Other Land
W. A. Kinney by his attorney, C F.
"Peterson -vesterdav morning filed a
moUon in the Court of Land Registra
tion to open default in the matter of
John Kidwell's petition for a registered
title, so that he might file an answer
setting up certain rights belonging to
him appurtenant to the land described.
According to affidavits by Kinney
and Peterson, Judge Weaver in his de
cree overruled a certain right of way.
with a water privilege, which the ex
aminer of title had reported as having
been conveyed by Kidweli to Kinney.
Yesterday afternoon Judge Weaver
held a session of his court, when he
allowed the Kidweli case to be reopen
ed on Mr. Kinney's petition. Mr. Kid-
well acknowledged the right of taking
water in buckets as claimed, but de-
The New Kind
Castle & CooRe, Ltd.
AGENTS FOR -
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Waialua Agricultural Co Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Waimea Mill Sugar Co
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Loulg.
xiie oianaara lmi Co.
The George F. Blake Steam Pumna.
The New England Mutual Life In
surance Co., of Boston. :
The Aetna Insurance Co.. of lr.-
The Alliance Assurance Co.. at T
Saturday, February 16, 1907,
12 O'CLOCK NOON,
50c. PER ROD UP.
The Meal Department
Opens at 6:30
Closes at 8 p. m.
month, at Masonic Temple.
Visiting brethren and members of
Hawaila'u and Pacific are cordially In
vited to attend.
CHAS. A. BON. W. M.
F. WALDRON Sec.
other, the lease was finally sold to A.
A. Wilder for A. M. Brown at an an
nual rental of $4550. Present at the
time of sale were Messrs. S. A. Dole,
A. P. Judd, A. W. Carter, J. F. Brown,
S. M. Ballou, I. Noar, W. P. Fennell
an4 - T n ii o
"v 7 v ' "-,A F. W. Milverton, Deputy Attorney
Meets every third Monday, at 7:30 GeneraU appeared m the case for the
p. in the Masonic Temple. Visiting Land Commissioner, and Geo. D. Gear
sisters ana Dretaren are coruiauy iu-1 for Brown
vlted t attend.
ALICE G. HERRICK, W. M.
ADELAIDE M. WEBSTER, See,
FULLERTON TO APPEAL.
In the matter of the guardianship of
Mabel Roberts et al., Judge Lindsay
has filed a written decision covering
his former order, surcharging the
James E. Fullerton, with
Tha first of the New Year you will
seed a new stock of
r a o ft i
e have just received a l&rge stock of I
INKS, PENS. PENCILS. ETC.
Aa we are closing out our stock of
OFFICE CABINETS, same will be
SOLD AT COST.
Vall, Nichols Co.,
LEI ALOHA CHAPTER, NO. 3,
O. E. S.
Meets at the Masonic Temple every I guardian.
second Saturday of each month, at 7:30 $2851.30, removing him from office and
p. m. Visiting sisters and brothers are appointing Richard H. Trent In his
wrfiaiw invent tn nttr.ii I sieaa. xms is to enaDie Mr. Jj'uiier
MARGARET HOWARD. W. M. I ton to appeal.
LOUISE A, TRUE, Secy.
LADIES' AUXELXAEY, A. O. BL,
DIVISION NO. L
Meets every first and third Tuesday,
at 8 p. nx. In C. B. U. Hall, Fort street. I estate of Annie Clarke, files his final
Wm. R. Castle, administrator of the
estate of Mary Ann Pa, files an inven
tory showing a . total valuation of
Thomas K. Clarke, executor of the
Visiting sisters are cordially to vlted to
MRS. M. COWES, Pres.
MAUD O'SULLTVAN. Secy.
ANCIENT ORDER HIBERNIANS,
f DIVISION NO. L
Meets every first and thirdWedaes- Jr Abraham Nakea, J. M. Poepoe and
account, balancing at $1258.85, with a
petition for discharge. .
CLAIMANTS SHUT OUT.
Dickey v. Cummings was continued
by Judge Lindsay until Tuesday. In
this case an interlocutory decree has
been made declaring that John Pala
day, at 8 p. m.. In C B. U. Hall, Fort Umauma have no interest in any part
xreei. vwumg diwiwi wruinuy ui of tne lands described in the supple
vlted to attend.
H. F. DAVISON, Pres.
F. D. CREEDON, Sec.
WILLIAM McEXNLEY LODGE, NO. 8,
K. of P.
mentary bill. Also an order has been
Issued that defendant Joseph A. Apo,
on or before Monday next, file an
amended answer to the supplemental
bill, set out a copy of his alleged agree
ment, tell what sums of money he has
. 6. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
Agents for the
Royal Insurance Co, of Liverpool,
Scottish. Union National Insurance
Co, of Edinburgh Scotland.
WUhelma of Magdeburg General In
Commercial Assurance Co, Ltd, of
Electrical Facial and Scalp Treatment.
Mrs. Kathryn Book,
Superfluous Hair Removed.
Marcel Hair Weaving.
11 RICHARDS STREET.
Meets every Saturday evening, at 7:38 1 , nti . a a. .
o'clock, in Harmony Hall, King street sonSt and teU WQat tne nature Qf his
visumg Dromers coruiauy mvuea io ciaim Isfor example, if he claims a
L. H. WOLF, C. C.
E. A. JACOBSON. K. of R. & S.
NO. 8110, A. O. F.
right to get a deed of any land to
Judge De Bolt's jury is excused until
Jury was waived in the assumpsit
Meets every second and I suit of G. J. McCarthy v. L. M. White-
fourth Tuesday of each house before Judge De Bolt yesterday.
month, at 7:30 p. m.. In San J and tne case assigned to Judge Lind
Antonlo Hall, Vineyard say tOT trial- Gear for plaintiff, Thomp-
street. Visiting brothers son for defendant.
cordially invited to attend. J- Mccartny s aamage suit against
Ivanu fianway ec xjana vo., on account
of ejection from a train, was continued
by Judge De Bolt to March 14 for trial.
Defendants' demurrer in Lewers &
COURT LUNALTLO, NO. 6600, A. O. F. Cooke. Ltd., v. A. V. Gear et al., and
Meets every first and third Wednes- the motion to set for hearing a peti-
day evenings of each month, at 7:30, in tion for accounting in the matter of
K. of P. Hall, King street. Visiting I George Galbraith's estate, are on Judge
nied the alleged right 'of way along at my salesroom, 857 Kaahumanu St.,
Kaala avenue extension to that ave- I am instructed to sell, without re
nue. The court gave until Monday for serve, the following properties:
the parties to furnish evidence. TW LARGE FISHPONDS, BUILD-
J. B. Atherton Estate, Ltd., had its 1 GS. etc., now rented for $100 per Phone Blue 1801.
motion granted for a general default annum, situate on me vvaiKiKi roaa
and its petition taken as confessed as ana jonn n.na roaa, Deing parts or u.
in oil norlbe lJ. A. U51 anU Li. KJ. A. ZVZS. Area
William McCandless was also allow- oa.ojj. square reet.
ed a general default as to all parties
with regard to his petition for title to i
land at Alakea and King ; streets. A
decision later was promised.
No parties appearing to contest the
petition of Bishop Libert for title to
land at Kalihi, the matter was taken
C. F. Peterson, contestant on his own
behalf, has appealed to the Circuit
J. C. Axtell & Co.
1048-50 Alakea St.
P. O. Box
TWO LOTS situate on mauka Wal-
kikl end of Kapiolani Park Addition,
being Lots 47, 48, Block F.
APANAS 1 and 2 of R. P. 2280, L. C.
A. 1787, situate Kawaihee, Waialaeiki; j
area 4.15 square, chains. Four lois.
Court and a jury from Judge Weaver's J ir,4.ti ' ' . ' . ,0,Cn
. T, t.,, Estate property; areas 18.&04, 18,180,
UCICC VI C A L1C .J V Willi IXiU VV Cli J.KJL ICLLIKA
In Manoa Valley.
LUMBER TRUST CASE
TRIAL ON MONDAY
20,000 square feet, respectively. Also
LOTS 14, 13, same subdivision; areas
35,217 and 34,344 square feet. '
LOOK THESE UP.
U. S. Marshal Hendry was busily en
gaged yesterday in serving subpoenas i
in the Lumber Trust case, which is set i
for trial on Monday next before Judge I
Joseph Maria Lopez, a subject of
Spain, and Manuel Theodor, a subject I
bF Portugal, yesterday filed citizen in
tention papers in the office of the clerk i
of the U. S. District Court.
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AFONG ESTATE , ,
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Country Residence Sites li
AT KOOLAU, OAHU
At a meeting of the Board of Control
it the Harrison Mutual Burial Associ
ation, held November 30, 1906, Assess
ment No. 5 was called, to b due Dt
aember 15 and delinquent January 15.
J. H. TOWNSEND,
Punctures and all parts of the bi
cycle neatly and quickly repaired.
Also bicycle tiivs for sale, at
YOSHIKAWA CYCLE CO.
King Street. Opposite Toung Hotel
Residence at Kaimukl. A large two
tory house, with all modern conveni
ences. Situate on Maunaloa avenue,
below 7th ivsnue. Rent reasonable.
DAVID DAYTON, Trustee.
137 Merchant Street.
HERE'S A CHANCE ! NEW GOODS
ON SATURDAY, FEB. 16, 1907,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
An inventory of the estate of the
late Chun Afong has been filed by
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd., administrator.
It has yet to be passed on by the ap-
toAia TlifltiA ' o vrv enlf-ftAnf o man
r;rr;-Ma,":;r at my salesroom, 857 Kaahumanu st
ar, tn us i3n -.9 . Honolulu, I will sell at public auction
xy. mitcnin lHicL -ill DXixO I 1- A 1 V. 1 i TI.....I. TT I
Pepeekeo Sugar Co. would be worth at . " hM I STOCK COMPLFTF pripvq nrarr
par value $13,330. and it is stated that 1; containing an area of 6498 square STOCK COMPLETE. PRICES RIGHT
Best Assortment in the City. .
RICH SILKS, EMBROIDERIES,
CHINA WARE, LACQUER,
NOVELTIES, TOTS. CURIOS.
the income of this item is payable to"
Mrs. Julia H. Afong for life.
One item is $30,000 mentioned in a
deed of trust to S. M. Damon, the in-
Then there is $20,000 mentioned as part ; " . y ! to
The lot has a frontage of 235 feet on
the Government road and 228 feet on
The train runs from Kahuku to Hau-
of the foregoing item which is to vest
in the administrator of C. Afong's es
tate on the death of Lee Hong, pro
vided that Chun Sin is then alive In
case of Chun Sin's death In the life
time of Lee Hong, the $20,000 will be
payable to Mrs. Julia H. Afong and
A lovely place for seaside residence,
where the bathing Is fine.
The large beach frontage can be di
vided into several lots. '
1120'Nuuanu Street, near Hotel.
Catton, Heill & Company, Ltd.
ENQINEI1BS AND MACHINISTS,
QUEEN AND RICHARDS STREETS.
brothers cordially invited.
GEO. MAILE, C. R.
JAS. K. KAULIA, P. S.
De Bolt's calendar for this morning.
In the fishery right case of Kapio
lani Estate, Ltd., v. Territory of Ha
waii the motion of defendant to recpen
CAMOES CXECLE NO. 240, O. O. F. I the case for newly discovered evidence
Meets every second and fourth Thurs
day of each month, at 7:30 p. m., in San
f was granted by Judge Lindsay.
Costs against defendant in the suit
,: jtV:" ,. M
1 r rli a
Antonio Hall, Vineyard street. Visit- of ?n Walter H,offm2Snfcv--TP-J F" 0m
preao were litxeu ai jh uy uugts uuu
lng companions are cordially invited to
MINNIE A VILLA, C. a
, M. C. PACHECO, F. S.
HO. L U. S. W. V.
Meets every first and! hearing.
third Wednesday, Wav-
erley Block, cor. Bethel
and Hotel, at 7:30 p. m.
Visiting comrades cordi
ally invited to attend.
Kinney. McClanahan & Derby for
plaintiff in the action on judgment of
Joseph O. Carter v- Koolau Maile et
al., with the trustees of the estate of
S. C. Allen, garnishees, will move at
9 a. m. tomorrow before Judge De Bolt
to set the demurrers of defendants for
ESTATE IN 1906
HONOLULU HARBOR NO. 64, A. A.
of M. ft P.
S. FUJIMURA, MASSAGE.
Rheumatism. Bruises. Snrafna Tirefl
Feeling and other Ailments omf'TrT.-v I taffs of each month, at 7 o'clock, at K.
RELIEVED. 444 K.ng Street. Palama. I of p- HaU- An sojourning brethren are
Phone White 1S5L I mviiea xo aiiena.
By order Worthy President,
A. L. LANE.
FRANK C. POOR, Sec
Our Monthly Bulletin of the Latest
Books is Free.
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO., LTD.
JOHN NEILL, Engineer
NEW AND SECOND-HAND MACHINERY.
Repairing of All Kinds.
John Marcallino has filed a master's
report on the . 1906 account of Bruce
Meets on first and third Sunday even- cartwright. trustee of the estate of the
late Emma Kaleleonalani (Queen
Emma). Receipts were $6170 from
rents, $462.85 interest. $863.70 tax col
lections and $99.50 refund of law ex
penses, a total of $7596.05. Annuities
were paid, to Lucy K. Peabody $900,
HONOLULU ATTRrP, no F. O 33. to Grace Kahoalii $300 and to .St. An-
xru. a Grew s i-riory a total or jisuo, ana
??ZnJ? "20.12 w.. paid to the Queen s Ho,,
pital. The real property of the estate
amounts In value to $6S,620. The prin
cipal account shows $9145.
Referring to investments In Oahu
Railway Co. and Rapid Transit Co.
bonds amounting to $2875.03. the master
says he considers them much more wise
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO LLO m and Eood than loans on real estate.
Iersr end and fourt& Frl- doubtful securitv within tL la tZ
and fourth Wednes
day evenings of eacb
month, at 7:30 o'clock, in K. of P. Hall,
Kins; street. Visiting Eagles ar in
vited to attend.
L. E. TWOMET, W. P.
II. T. MOORE. Secy.
flay of each month, in L O. o.T ""uuJ"y "u"in tne Jast few
'"Qani &eet- Tel. 116. T """ oacem- lute security in trust funds is much
- unrai, c sr . 'more important.
2nd Four parcels of land at said
Hauula, Kooiauloa, Oahu, and con
taining 1 40-100 acres, less 11-100 acres
sold to the Koolau Railroad Co., Ltd.,
for a right of way.
Property is rented to July 31, 1907, at
$3a per year.
Boilers re-tubed with charcoal-Iron
or steel tubes. General ship work.
Y. WO SING.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Now at 1186-1188 Nuuanu Street
3rd Those certain pieces or parcels CALIFORNIA ROLL BUTTER, 15c
At my salesroom, 847 Kaahumanu St.,
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1907,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
1 Large Office Filing Cabinet (new).
Tooth Brushes. Nail Brushes, Hair
Duplex Water Bottles, Reliable Water
Colgate's Cosmetic, Beveled Mirror.
Beveled Plate Glass,
Marble Slab, 22in. x 36in.,
Brass Foot Rails,
Wire Counter Stools,
Flat-top Office Desk, with Drawers,
Wood Showcase Stand,
Metal Showcase Stand,
Japanese Tea Sets,
Hanging Lamps, Lanterns,
Chairs, Spring Cots,
of land situate at Waihee, Koolaupoko,
Oahu, described in Royal Patent No.
6229, Kuleana 7699, to Kalioholani, con
sisting of three apanas, containing
about two acres, comprising rice and
Also, Lots 3, 4, 5 and 6, at Hauula
These are the finest beach lots in the
district, are easy of access by the Koo
lau Railroad, and offer an unusual
opportunity to procure a fine country
residence site with the best of sea
Each lot has a sea frontage of from
iou reet to over 200 feet.
Phone Main 238. Orders promptly at
Pure Soda Water.
You can't get better Soda Water
than' that bearing the FOUNTAIN
brand, for the simple reason that
there Isn't any better made.
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS,
Sheridan Street, near King.
Phone Main 270.
Terms: Cash, U. S. gold coin.
Deeds at purchaser's expense.
Further particulars at my office.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
SATURDAY, FEB. 16, 1907,
12 O'CLOCK NOON,
I will offer for sale, at my salesroom.
8o7 Kaahumanu street.
The "Ross" Place
situate Beretania street, near Alapai
street, being portion of R. P. 2467; area
22,340 square feet.
Free of all encumbrances; warranty
deed. Deed at expense of purchaser.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
W. R. PATTERSON, Contractor and
Builder, and J. J. WHITTLE, the Sign
Painter, have moved to 1168 Union
street, next block mauka from their
old stand. Phone Main 324.
Estimates on Work Cheerfully Given.
Sing Loy 8l Co.
FLOUR, SUGAR, RICE
KEROSENE OIL and FEED
COR. HOTEL AND SMITH STS.
Tel. Blue 2236. B. O. Box 1037.
MILLINERY PARLORS. BOSTON
BUILDING, FORT STREET.
RICE & PERKINS,
Studio: Hotel Street, near Fort.