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THE' PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, OCTOBER 19, 1907.
is $5 a Year
invested in a Safe - Deposit
Box, compared with the con
stant uneasiness you feel from
reports of burglaries and
J j 1' Tjw
0k TUBf Co., 11
"Well built house, in Makiki District
kne block mauka "Wilder Avenue cat
t House contains two Eeorooros, large
mosquito proof lanai, living room, din
ing room, kitchen, and bathroom.
Servants' quarters, carnage house.
Lot is- 80x156; good lawn and shade:
BISHOP TRUST CO., Ltd.
S24 BETHEL STREET
William O. Smith
Estates Managed, Bevenuss Collected,
Tmri and Investments Made.
House on Vineyard Street, next to San
Antonio Hall. Possession Novem
Lot "With 2 Cottages Corner Miller
and Beretania streets CHEAP.
Lot in Palolo Tract Area, 1S,000 square
House and Let Kewalo.
Lots in Puunui Tract.
Houses and Lots in Pal am a.
Lots in Nuuann. Valley and Eaimuii.
TIDES, SUN AND MOON.
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The tides at Kahulul and Hilo occur
about one hour earlier than at Hono
Hawaiian standard time, is 10 hours
JQ minutes slower than Greenwich
time, being1 that of the meridian of 157
degrees thirty minutes. The time whis
tle blows at 1:30 p. rn-. which is the
same as Greenwich 0 hours 0 minutes.
Sun and moon are for local time for
the whole grroup.
Issued Every Sunday Morning by the
Local Office. TJ. S. Weather Bureau.
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H errors, and local gravity, and reduced
to sea leveL Average cloudiness statea
In scale from 6 to 10. Direction of
wind is prevailing direction during 24
hours ending at 8 p. m- Velocity of
1nd is average velocity In miles per
hour. T indicates trace of rain.
WM. B. STOCKMAN.
XSAD THE ADVEBTISSE
WO ELD'S NEWS DATLY.
Canadian Australian Royal Mail
J steamships Miowera. from the Colo
nies, and Moan a, from Vancouver and !
Victoria, arrived yesterday. The Mio
wera docked at the Bishop -wharf at
7 o'clock and the Moana was off the
harbor at 10 o'clock last night.
From Sydney, Brisbane,. Suva and
Fannins-. the Miowera had a pleasant
and uneventful trip. She brought sev
eral passengers for Honolulu and car
ries eighty through. The cargo for
Honolulu amounted to no more than
ten or twelve tons of frozen mutton
and sun3ries, while the through
freight was considerable, including a
large shipment of frozen mutton, pre
served meat and butter. She sailed
for the Canadian ports soon after o
o'clock yesterday afternoon, after tak
ing aboard 350 tons of coal. She re
ported that on September 7 the bark
Onyx while on the way from Surprise
Island to Auckland, New Zealand, ex
perienced a violent submarine earth
quake, the water about her heaving:
and the vessel trembling like a .leaf
in the wind. 'It was at first thought
she had struck a rock.
FLATJEENCE WARD FROM MID
WAY. Commercial Pacific Cable Company's
steam-auxiliary schooner Flaurence
Ward, Captain George Piltz, arrived
at S o'clock yesterday morning, spick
and span, eighteen days from Midway
where she went to deliver stores. She
brought back -as a passenger Mrs.
Nevin. the wife of Ueutenant of Ma
rines Nevin who will join her here in
a couple of months, it is said. Five
Chinese laborers also arrived.
When the Flaurence Ward had been
out of this port several daj-s it was
reported that on her home trip she
would call at Laysan Island and take
on a cargo of guano and take aboard
King Max Sehlemmer of Laysan and
his large family, that they might spend
the winter in this city where the children-
will attend school, but the Ward
did not call at Laysan and the Sehlem
mer family may come to Honolulu in
the schooner Luka. A guano cargo is
not suited to the Ward. . A great deal
of space aft is Jtaken up by the auxil
iary engine and the refrigerating plant
and a guano cargo would have to be
loaded so much forward that she
would be too much down by the Head
for decent sailing; Light winds de
layed the Ward, for she did not use
her engines. Large schools of dol
phins followed her for several days.
MOANA LIES OFT POST.
S. S. Moana, from Vancouver and
Victoria, will enter the harbor this
morning. She arrived off port too late
last night to gain -pratique. She will;
sail for the Colonies probably early
COLUMBIAN FOE KAANAPALI.
A.-H. S- S. Columbian, Captain Col-
cord, sailed at 5 p. m. yesterday for
Kaanapali, Kahulul and Hilo to com
plete loading sugar for Salina Cruz,
takine nearly 7000 tons from here.
When full-loaded she will carry "over
12. 500 tons. From Salina Cruz sue
goes to San Diego and San Francisco
and so back here.
MAUNA 4LOA AEEPVES.
Steamer Mauna Loa arrived at 3:20
o'clock yesterday morning from Ha
waii and Maui ports with the follow
H. A. Co.. 000 bags sugar; 4?s baga
coffee, 47 bags beans. 3 bags taro, 5
bags potatoes. 4 bags awa. . Barrels
oranres. 11 barrels dried fish, 23 cases
dried fish, 4 cases bananas, 3 cases
n-es, 1 case egg", 4 cases oranges, 3
cases liquors, 10 cases preserves. 3 bags
peanuts, 79 bunches bananas, V) Kegs
butter, 13 bundles hides, 2 crates pigs,
5 crates chickens, 4 crates chickens,
4 crates tUTkeys, 59 hogs, 4 horses, 1
donkey. 11 cows, 11 calves. 1S9 sundry
Packages. The following sugar awaits
shipment on Hawaii: Honokaa. 4000;
Paauilo, 2200; Punaluu, S53S; Honuapo,
Steamer Kinau will make port about
the usual time, between 9 and 10
o'clock this morning, from Hilo and
United States Army trans
rfrJllSiXTY YEARS A RESIDENT
I " 1 i
mauka portion of tbe prazin land of
- A. -
1,1-1 "' j jil-
J nUUiUj i L V llonuaula, Koua, Hawaii, to be
for pastoral purposes. Term of le.-tse.
NOTICE OF SALE OF BALANCE OF - "X Jears from November 4, 19C7. Upset
LOTS ON ALEWA HEIGHTS,'' renta $"o.O) per annum, payable
HONOLULU, OAHU. ' semi-annually, in advance.
A condition of this lease will l e tfce
At 10 oVtoek a. uu, SToadar, October withil0Ee fear r tLe date
231907, at the front entrane'e to Jadi- I f tbg !"e' f a lawful ttle-Proof
c-iary Building Honolulu, there will be I a.bou.t S'"5 feet in lenth' aIon
viic cuure wuunuarv Detween tcis .ana
JOSEPH O. CARTER, WHO RETURNED FROM SCHOOL IN
BOSTON SIXTY YEARS AGO YESTERDAY.
It was sixty-' yeitrs ago yesterday, or
the ISth of October, 1847, that Joseph
O. Carter, one of the oldest and most
respected of Honolulu's men of busi
ness, returred to Honolulu, his native
town, from attending school in Boston.
He has been a constant resident of
Honolulu ever since, figuring' promi
nently not only in private business
but in public affairs. His Tather was
Captain Joseph O. Carter, one of the
oldtime mariners trading with this
port. The vessel "bringing Mr. Carter
here sixty years ago was named the
Minstrel and commanded by Captain
Mr. Carter was a reporter on the
Pacific Commercial Advertiser about
half a century ago. at its founding-
by the late H. M. Whitney, and gave
some Interesting reminiscences of that
employment in the Jubilee number of
the Advertiser a few months ago.
Entering the employ of C. Brewer
& Co., he rose to be president of that
old commercial house. Mr. Carter was
active in politics under the monarchy.
Since annexation tie has been a pro
minent member of the local democra
cy. He was mentioned here and in
the San Francisco press in 1891 as like
ly to become Premier of Queen Liliu
okalani's cabinet. UntU recently he
was for many years manager of the
former queen's property. He was her
chief adviser through the trying period
when her restoration to the throne was
regarded as a possibility, at least by
her supporters and most royalists.
Mr. Carter is now doing a financial
and trust business on his own account.
He Is a trustee both of the Bernice
Pauahi Bishop estate and of the Bi
shop trust directing the Bernice Pau
ahi Bishop Memorial Museum and
otSer benefactions of Hon. C. R. Bi
shop, also a trustee of each of the im
mense estates of the late" James Camp
bell and the late S. C. Allen. He is
the president of the Mutual Telephone
Company. One of his sons, Henry
Cushman Carter, is his righthand of
fice assistant. Joseph Oliver Carter
Jr., his eldest son, has been in Bishop
& Co.'s bank for many years.
of Part 4. Land Act 1S9.-; Jfift I nJ the nDcaala Forest Preserves sn i
' f .
-76 Eevised Laws of Hawaii), the fol-j
lowing described lots: j
T ( Section i . .
.. . . - ; the maintenance of this fence .luring
i . . .
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46. . . .
. . .LS1 acres. ,
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...2.13 ' ..
...1.34 " ..
...1.77 " ..
...1.69 " ..
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...1.20 " ..
...1.40 ' ..
...1.74 " ..
...1.70 " ..
...1.93 " ..
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...2.00 " ...
,..1.97 " ..,
..1.93 " ...
..1.94 ' ...
..2.09 " ...
..1.75 " ...
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the entire term of the lease.
(2) 111 acres, more or less, of tbe
land of Makaola-Haleohiu, mauka, Ko
na, Hawaii, to be used for pastoral
purposes.. Term of lease, 20 years froia
September 12, 1907. Upset rental,
$30.00 per annum, payable semi-annually
The condition of this lease will re
quire tho erection of a lawful catt'e
proof fence on the boundary betweea
this land and adjoining private lan. Is.
(3) 115.2 acres, more or less, of the
land of Ooma, mauka, Kona, Hawaii,
i to be used for pastoral purposes. Term
! of lease. 20 years from September 12.
j 1907. Upset rental, $3.0u per annum,
! pavable seini-annuallv in advance.
Fencing condition same as in the
lease of Makaula-Haleobiu, mauka.
.1.18 " 175.00
. .80 " 150.00
early and the Moana
from off the harbor.
Lease of Water in Kuiaha
Gulch to the Haiku
A lease was filed for record yester
day with Registrar Merriam between
J. A. Aheong and Louise Aheong
Lucas, wife of William Lucas, and the
Haiku Plantation company, by which
a settlement of water right disputes,
between the two parties in Kuiaha
gulch is made. The Haiku Plantation
agrees not to take any water out of
the g-uleh on the land of the lessors.
It may, however, take water from
above the land of the lessors, provid
ed that it leaves 60,000 gallons a dayi
running in the gulch at the upper sidej
of the lessors' land. Water which I
seeps out of the gulch in the part j
owned by tne lessors, into tunnels or
Twelfth Annual Report of Its
! Funds and Their
The twelfth annual report of the
trustees of the Bishop Trust has been
filed in the Circuit Court and report
ed on as correct by Job Batchelor, the
master to whom it was referred by
Judge De Boit. The report includes a
statement of the condition of the funds
of the trust as well as of the receipts
The securities on hand include Botes j
of S. M. Damon an
Kailway, MeBryde, Paia, Haiku, Wai
alua, Oahu Sugar Company, the Dow
sett Company, Pioneer Mill, Kahuku
and E3pid Transit bond3 and amount
to $619,000. The receipts for the year
were $50,271.26, and the disbursements.
52 1.03 " 150.00
60......... 1.13 " 170.00
61. 1.25 ' ISO.OO
Terms: Gash, or, at the option of the
purchaser, 20 per cent of the purchase
price to be paid at time and place
of sale and the remainder in four equal
installments in one, two, three and four
years with interest on unpaid balance
annually at rate of five (5) per eent
Provided, however, that installments
may be paid before they are due, there,
by stopping corresponding interest.
Purchaser of Lots Nos. 60, 61, 62, 63
and 64, will be required to maintain
their respective homes upon the prem
ises purchased, during not less than one
year of the term of four years covered
by the Agreement of Sale.
No person shall be allowed to pur
chase mor than one lot.
For further conditions and full in
formation, plans of lots, etc., etc., ap
ply at the office of undersigned, Judi
ciary Building, .Honolulu.
JAS. W. PE ATT,
Commissioner of Publie Lands.
Honolulu, Oahu, T. H., September 25,
7S44 Sept 23, Oct. 5, 12, 19, 26, 23.
The Government reserves the right
to resume possession at any time of
such portion or portions of the above
described leaseholds as may be requir
ed for public purposes or for settle
ment purposes under Sections 4 and 7,
Land Act 1S95.
For plans and full particulars apply
at the office of the -undersigned, Judi
ciary Building, Honolulu, or at the of
fice of sub-Agent White, Kealakekua,
JAS. W. PBATT,
Commissioner of Publie Lands.
Honolulu, Oahu, October 2, 1907.
7850 Oct. 5, 12, 19, 26, Nov. 2, 4.
NOTICE OP OPENING FOR SET
TLEMENT OF CERTAIN LOTS
OF AGRICULTURAL LAND SIT
UATE AT KAUNAMANU, KAU,
NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVEBN
3IENT LOTS ON TANTALUS, OA
HU; GRAZING LAND IN KONA,
HAWAII, AND LEASES OF
GRAZING LANDS IN KONA,
Notice :f hereby jgjyen.ti-fhe lots
described in the lollowing scheutTt. 'ill
be opened for settlement as Bight oi.
Purchase Leases, under Part 7, Land
Act 1S95, (Section 313 Eevised Laws)
at and after 8 o'clock a. m. on Sat
urday, October 26," 1907, at the office
of the sub-Agent of the Third Land
District (which office will be estab
lished for the day at the Court House
at Waiohinu, Kau, Hawaii).
Lot No. Area. value.
1 ..... . . . .81.4 acres $347.50
2.. 69.1 " 385.00
15. . . .
WatPT -WAVS nf th Wailrn nlanto tmn
is to be replaced from the plantation's j 594-l- the par value of
other supplies, and water that seeps j $31,00 were purchased during the year.
port Buford is expected from ManilaJ into the gulch from the Kaluanui ditch! Among the benevolences of the Trust
will enter pon ; i. lessors, out ice
Haiku plantation does not agree to
keep the Kaluanui ditch running all
By another instrument filed yester
day for record, John Hapai Nui leases
to the Hawaiian Commercial Sugar
Company 110.5 acres of land at Papa
aea. Hamakualoa. Maui, for twenty
(Continued from Page One.)
Before a final decision in the matter
is made further estimates will be se
cured of the probable cost of the work
of various kinds that yet remain to be
done The Question of how the work
shall be done, whether under the pres
ent contract or under a new one has
not yet been definitely decided, or at
least is not yet ready to be announced.
The probabilities are, however, that
tbo --h;-, matter will be decided and
the conclusions announced before Gov
ernor Frear leaves for Washington.
which wi.I be eariy ia
At 12 o'cloek noon, Monday, Novem
ber 4, 1907, at front entrance of the
Judiciary Building, Honolulu, there
will be sold at Public Auction, under
the Provisions of Part 4. Section 17,
Land Act 1S95, (Section 276 Eevised
Laws of Hawaii) tbe following de-
d bonds of the Oahu SCribed hUSe 1tS Q Tantalu9 lleist
Lot E Area 9,550 sq. ft. Upset
Lot SC Area 114,127 sq. ft. Upset
Terms cash, or at the option of the
purchaser, twenty per eent (20) of
the purchase price to be paid at time
and place of sale, and the remainder
in four equal instalments in one, two,
three and four years, with interest on
unpaid balance at rate of six per cent
(6) per annum.
Provided, however, that instalments
may be paid before they are due, there
by stopping corresponding interest.
. ..69.5 "
LOCAL OFFICE OF THE UNITED
STATES WEATHER BUREAU.
Honolulu. Friday, October 18, 1907.
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1900 90 05' 63 , t
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VTM. B. STOCKMAN,
SCHOOL STREET REPAIRED.
The road department has now com
pleted the repair of School street be
tween Fort and Xuuanu, ineluling the
repair of the bridge over the Pauoa
School street is the connecting link I
between the regions of Nnuanu val-1
ley, and Waikiki and Manoa valley,
especially for automobiles and other
pleasure"" vehicles. This part of the
road has been in bad repair for a Ions:
time and has frequently been called to
the attention of the Board of Super
visors. It is now in good repair and
autoists ought to be correspondingly
were the care of the Kamehameha
tomb, contributions to Central Union,
Kawaiahao and Kaumakapili churches,
to Kawaiahao, Kohala and Maunaolu
seminaries, to the Kaiulani Home, to
aid pupils at the Kamehameha schools,
to Mills School. St. Andrew's Priory,
Sisters of the Sacred Hearts, Free
Kindergarten Association, the Kona
Orphanage, the Bishop Museum, to
Founder's Da v.
' ........ 397.30
' ........ 405.00
Plans of the lots and full particulars
as to necessary qualification of ap
plicants, method e applying, etc., may
be obtained at the Land Office in Ho
nolulu, or from sub-Agent, T. C. White,
at Kealakekua, Kona, Hawaii.
JAS. W. PBATy,
Commissioner of Publie Lands.
Honolulu, Oahu, T. H., September 25,
7S44 Sept. 23, Oct. 5, 12, 19, 26.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
APOLOGIZES TO WEED.
The charge against District Court
Officer Fred Weed, to the effect that
he had been informing witnesses, who
had been excluded from the court room,
of evidence given on the stand, was
yesterday morning absolutely with
drawn by Attorney E, C. Peters who
apologized, saying he had been mis
informed. Tbe ehafsre had been made
in the McBride automobile case. The
automobile care has been taken under
a" iment. Witnesses testified that
the accident was unavoidable, the vic
tim having stepped from a place of
safetv directlv in front of the machine.
Don't be afraid to eive Chamberlain's
Cough remedy to your children. It 13
I intended especially for coughs, colds,
croup and whooping cough, and It is
the best medicine made for these
diseases. What makes it safe Is that
it contains no opium. Children like LL
For sale by all dealers. Benson. Smith
& Co.. Ltd., agents for Hawaii.
At the same time and place and un
der the same Part of the Land Act,
there will be sold at Public Auction
the Government Remainder of gradng
land of Kaulana-Puukala, mauka, Ko
Area 112 acres. Upset priee, $560.00
plus eost of Patent and Stamp. Terms
cash, U. S. Gold coin.
L That parcel of land situate on
the makai side of Hotel street, ad
joining the Ewa side of the Hub
Clothing Store, for a term of years.
Lesstee to erect stone, brick or concrete
2. Lower floor of building known as
"Masonic Block," corner Queen an 4
3. Store formerly occupied by Ha
waiian Hardware Co., on Fort etreet.
between Queen and Merchant streets.
Offices on the second floor of th
Campbell Block, corner Merchant and
Apply - at office of
ESTATE OF JAMES CAMPBELL,
TS49 97 Merchant Street.
At the same time and place, there
will 1 sold at Public Auction, under the
Provisions of Part 3, Land Act 1S35,
(Section 273 to 235, inclusive, Eevised
Laws of Hawaii), General Leases of
the following described lands:
(1) 646 acres, more or less, of the
ESTATE OF FRANK LUCWEIKO.
The undersigned. Oswald A. Steven,
having been appointed executor of th
will of Frank Lucweiko, late of Ho
nolulu. County of Oahu, T. IL, de
ceased, hereby gives notice to all cred
itors of the said Lucweiko, to present
their claims, duly authenticated, with
proper vouchers, if any exist, even If
the claim be secured by mortgage upon
real estate, to the said executor, at
the offices of Thompson & demons.
1 f, 9, 10 and 11 Campbell Block, Hono
lulu. Oahu, within six (6) months after
the date of the first publication of this
notice, or they will be forever barred.
And all persons indebted to the aid
Frank Lucweiko are hereby notified ti
make payment to the said executor at
the above-named offices.
Dated, Honolulu, October 12, A. D-
OSWALD Al STEVEN.
Executor. Will of Frank Lucweiko.
OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND COM
PANY. Notice is hereby given that the
cashier's office of the Oahu P.ailway
and Land Company has been moved
from the Honolulu station to 404 Stan
genwald building. Telephone 331.
Honolulu, T. H.. October 14, 1907.
Hand Carved Tables
Drawn Work Table Covers
Insertion, 20c, 25c and 35c yard.
Fort Street next to Convent