HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, TUESDAY , DECEMBER e, iM-SEMI-WE- EKLY. CiSTLB COOKB CO., U H Knjltn to It A Oerlach, CMi lease-hol- d, !. O0000000 oocoooooooooooooooo HONOLULU. enne crops, etc. K00. 11 T, p Dated Nov 14, IWt. V K Clsrk to Anton V Colto; net, COMMERCIAL NEWS BAD COMPLEXIONS CommissiuBi Merchants lot 11. hlk 7. KnplolAiil Tract. Honolulu, Onhuj i:S. II 2GJ, i 147. Dated Nov 8, BY DANIEL LOGAN. 8UGAK FAOTOnS. 1904. J Kelly to Cecil nrown Tr, M: lot 6, Middle 8t, Honolulu. Onhu, JIO0., 15 oooopoooooooooopooooooooooc Dry Thin and Palling Hair 282, p 14S. Dnted Nov IS, 1904. One cent a pound advance on present quotations of raw sugar is the predic- AGENTS FOR The Ewa Plantation Company. Polly Kulua to Walluku Sugar Cot AL. por 11 P C0C7, Kul 3530, Manlanta. tion made by Willett & Cirnv, the New under date of November York-cNpcrt- and Red Rough Hands The Walaluo. Asrlcultural Co., Ltd. Walluku, Mnul, St. 11 263, p 163. lut- ill. With the arrival of thU cheerful forecast by mad its part confirmation Tie Kotala Curst Company. be Waimea Sugar Mill Company. ed Nov 17, 1901. Ida n Castle by atty to John S Vler-r- n; arris c by cable in news of a fresh advance in European beet sugar. Tbe authority Prevented by be Pulton Iron Works. St. Louis, ii L: Ap 4, It P 3500, Kul 3178, Kallhl. just quoted anticipates, upon the bais of statistics given, that high prices will Tbe Btaiifiat-- Oil Company. fc Pump. Honolulu,1C3.Oahu; 10 Nov 12, 1904. per yr. yrs p S20 CUTICURA SOAP, The Qeoree F. Dlako Eteam rule for two cars at least. It is shown that the world's consumption for the Centrifugals. II 203, p Dated Weston's Dora E Paris and hsb (Q H) to Rob- campaign of 1903-0- was 10,895,238 tons, an increase of 10 per cent., and if the Tbe New England Mutual Life Insur- 4 ance Company, of Boston. ert W Shingle; D; lot 9, blk 8. McCully same percentage of increase is applied to the ensuing jcar there will be required 264, p Tbo Aetna Insurance Co., of Hart- Tract, Honolulu, Onhu; SC00. 13 ford, Conn. 194. Dnted Nov 9, 1904. for consumption 11,984,761 ton, while the estimated total supply is only 11,323,603 Millions uso Ccnccnx Soap exclusively for preserving, purifying; Tbe Alliance Assurance Company, of W J Lowrle nnd wf by ntty to Mnry tons, or a minus of 660,000 tons. Willett & Gray mildly doubt If there can be and beautifying the skin, for cleansing tho scalp of crus's, scales, London. Dunns Cwldow); D; R Ps 727, 6293, 4096, such an increase in production next campaign (1905-06- ) as to give an adequate nnd dandruff, and tho stopping of falling hair, for softening, whiten- 3 Int In R P 4S07 nnd lnt In R V ing, and soothing red, rough, and soro hands, in tho form of baths for 626S, Halnula, etc, "Walluku, Maul; S3000. supply and cause a reaction in prices to anything. like the recent level of values. annoying irritations, Inflammations, and dialings, or too freo or B 2C1, p 193. Dated Nov 21, 1904. They say a heavy increase in cane production is not to be expected, and a million INSURANCE. Olnn Sugnr Co Ltd to A O Curtis; offensive perspiration, In tho form of washes, for ulccrattvo s, weak-ncssc- tons more beet will all be wanted. nnd for maty sanativo antiseptic purposes which readily sug- Agrmt; In re harvesting nnd delivery of enne on binds of enne planters Into LOCAL STOCK MARKET. gest themselves to women, and especially to mothers, and for all tho Hume, etc, to the mill, Olnn, Puna, Ha- purposes of tho toilet, bath, and nursery. No amount of persuasion Tiieo. H. Davies fi,Ci waii; SI. B 265, p 2SS. Dated Mar 1, 1904. Recorded transactions of the Honolulu Stock and Bond Exchange for the past week have been as follows: Pioneer Mill Co. (par ?loo), 20 shares at can induco those wlio havo onco used it to uso any other, especially for (Limited.) S Kahololllltl et nl to Olnn Sugar Co preserving nnd purifying the skin, scalp, and hair of infants nnd chil- $122.50, and 25 at $123.50; Kihci Plantation Co. (par $50), 10 shares at $12.12, Ltd; CM; enne, etc, on lot 20, Olna dren. Cuticuba Soai" combines delicate emollient properties derived ItENTS FOR FIRE, LIFE AMI 50, 12 and 60 respectively at $12; Hawaiian Sugar Co. (par $20), 5 shares at Homestead Tract, Puna, Hawaii; SI from Cuticura, tho great skin euro, with tho purest of cleansing ingre- MARINE INSURANCE. nnd advances. B 262, p 149. Dated Oct $32j Mutual Telephone Co. (par $10), 700 shares at ?o; Olaa Sugar Co. (par dients nnd tho most refreshing of flower odours. No other medicated 2, 1904. $20), 200 shares at ?5; Ewa Plantation Co. (par $20), 15 shares at $25.50; Ha soap ever compounded is to bo compared with it for preserving, puri- Hldane Utnklchi et al to Olna Sugnr waiian Commercial & Sugar Co. (par $100), 150 shares at $74; $3000 Paia, $3000 fying, and beautifying tho skin, scalp, hair, and hands. No other for- Co Ltd; CM; cane, etc, on por lot 50, Haiku and $24,000 Hawaiian Sugar Co. bonds, all 6 per cent., at par. northern Assurance Companj, Olna .Homestead Tract, Puna, Hawaii; eign or domestic toilet soap, however expensive, is to bo compared with SI and ndvnnces. B 262, p 165. Dnted November sales were as follows: 1576 Ewa at from $23.50 to $25; 50 Hawaiian it for all tho purposes of tho toilet, bath, and nursery. Thus it com- OF LONDON, FOR FIRE AND April 15, 1901. Agricultural Co., ?ioo; 385 Haw. Com. & Sugar Co., $66 to $74; 89 Hawai- LIFE. Established 1835. bines in One Soap at One Prick, tho hkst bUiii and complexion soap, R Kajlta et nl to Olan Sugar Co Ltd; ian Sugar Co., $27.50 to $32; 165 Hononnt, $125 to $135; 20 Honokaa, $16; 15 Accumulated Funds .... 1.975.000, CM; cane, etc, on por lot 45, Olna tho uest toilet and iikst baby soap in tho world. Kahuku, $20; 15:4 Kihci, $8 to $12.12; 2686 McUryde, $3.75 to $5; 489 Oahu, Comploto External and Internal Trontmont for Every Humour, Homestead Tract, Punn, Hawaii; SI and advances. B 262, p 160. Dated Nov 10, $87.50 to $100.50; 42 Ookala, $5; 220 Olaa, $3.75; 150 Pioneer, $120 to $123.50; 424 Consisting of Cuticuha Soap, to cleanto the skin and sralp of crusts anil srnlcs nnd toftea tho thickened cutlclo. CUTlurnA Ointment, to Inntimly nll.iy lulling; nnd Irritation, and Britisb and Foreign Marine Ios. Cc 1904. Waialua, $50 to $62.50; 5 Wildcr's S. S. Co., $100; 25 d S. N. Co., Inter-Islan- soothe and heal, and CUTlctlltA UtMH.VkNT, to cool mid rlriinse llio lilooil. Sold through, W W Chnmberlnln. to II A Baldwin: $100; 15 Hon. R. T. & L. Co., Com., $65; 700 Mutual Telephone Co., $9; $10,000 out tho world. Australian Depot: U.Towt A Co., Stdnrv,N.8. W. 80. African Depot: OF LIVERPOOL, FOR MARINE. I.knnon I,T!., Capo Town. "How to have fun. Hair, and UnuUs," free. D; Gr 144, Pauwela, Hnmakunlon, Haw. Govt. 5 per cent, bonds, $100; $4,000 Haiku Sugar Co. 6 per cent, bonds, foTTLii Cow., liOBton, U. S. A., bole l'ropa., Cuticuiu ItKMiJJItJ. Capital 1,000,006 Maul; S1000. B 2Sl, p 197. Dnted Nov $100; $26,000 Haw. Sugar Co. 6 per cent, bonds, $100; $2,000 Hon. R. T. & L. 9, 1904. Reduction of Rates. T Awnna to Mnul Agrctl Co by Tr; Co. 6 per cent. boiuN, $105; $1,000 O. R. & L. Co. 6 per cent, bonds, $10450; $5,000 Immediate Payment of Claim. L; 30 ft R V for water flume, etc, across Paia Plan. Co. 6 per cent, bonds, $100; $2,000 Pioneer Mill Co. 6 per cent, bonds, hut land Ulumnlu, Hnmakunlon, Mnul; 45 yrs S23 per yr. B 263, p 166. Dated Nov 12, 1904. $100. Dividends announced on the last of the month crc the following: C. DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S 0. H. DAVIESS COw-LT- V Brewer & Co., 2 per cent.; Ewa Plantation, 1 per cent.; Waimanalo, 1 per cent.; AGENTS. Recorded Nov. 22, 1904. Queen's Hopltnl to McCully Land Co Ltd; Pnr Rel; lot 9, blk 3. McCully Tract,- - Honolulu, Oahu; S300. B 26", Haiku, I per cent.; Paia, 1 per cent.; Hawn. Electric Co., per cent.; S. N. Co., t per cent.; Honomu, 2 per cent.; Wailuku, iUi per cent.; d Inter-Islan- CHLORODYNE. p 31. Onomea (S. P., Dec. 5), 1 per cent.; Honokaa, per cent.; Pioneer, I per cent. :ORIOINAU AND ONL.V GENUINE. McCully Land Co Ltd to Fred Although sales the past week have been few, the market was very strong n; Each 'Jlottlo off this Remedy for Castle Hor-rlso- Cooke, well-know- n & D; lot 9, blk 3, McCully Tract, Honolulu, Oahu; S1000. B 264, p 198. throughout. Besides those recorded, however, there were some heavy deals that OntOIKAL A1TV LIMITED. Dated Oct 11, 1904. ' did not go upon the list. Waialua made a strong advance and Honomu gathered strength apace. The Hamakua plantations in general arc rising in the scale, both fnaoftM H Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Jose G Henrlques to John Gnspnr; m Bottle. M Agrmt; In re exnet lines, metes nnd here and in San Francisco. A remark made here ast week has turned out to 1 k 1 ' Bronchitis, Neuralgia, Toothache, LIFE and FIRE boundaries of Gr 973 nnd pes land, S JCona, Hawaii. B 265, p have been prophetic, through the sale of a e blcck of Olaa at $5 an 200-shar- advance of one dollar. Stocks reported last week as going up generally remained INSURANCE 290. Dated Nov 12, 1904. George Mumby to Peter C Beamer; AM; mtg J J Dulntjer on lot 3, Olna stationary, wholly because there were not offerings of them to afifect the dial. Lists received from San Francisco by mail show that the prices of Hawaiian nkaock! J Diarrhoea, Spasms, etc, bears on the Government Stomp tho nnmo of tho Inventor Homestead Itesrvtn, Puna, Hawaii; stocks as cabled have at times been under-quote- Though the operators over j. d. AGENTS. . . S1536. B 267, p 32. Dated Nov 17, 1904. Kallioha (k) to Kanhu, Hookano (w); there are well supplied, they are evidently playing to get their hands on Honolulu DR. COLLIS BROWNE. holdings of the rising schedule. Dj Gr 3151 nnd R P 7622, bldg,' horse, Numerous Testimonials from Eminent Physicians 3 asses, tools, etc, Hlonn-n- , etc, Knu, The latest sugar quotation in New Yqrk is 4.65 cents. It would not be each bottle. AGENTS FOR Hawaii; S5, etc. B 266, p 10. Dated surprising to see sugar before New Year's. Many of the Hawaiian five-ce- Oct 13, 1904. mills have started grinding on the new crop, some of which is already afloat. OM1.X OKNUIHS Sold In Bottles, 1W. 29, 46, by all Chemists. r EnalGDd Mutual Llle Insurance Co Joseph G Pregll to Mary Aholo and Hawaiian Sugar Co. has declared a one per cent, monthly dividend. Sole Manufacturers, j t. Davenport. Limited. London hsb: Rel; S E half R P 3409, Kul S7FL, Knnalama. Honolulu. Oahu; $400. B GENERAL NOTES. OF BOSTON, 22G, p 424. Dated June 17, 1904. Although it is but three weeks to Christmas, most of the signs of holiday Mnry Aholo and hsb (J L) to J K ttadc as jet appearing consist of dressed windows and displayed advertisements. Xtn Life Insurance Company Hekekla; M; por R P 3469, Kul 87FL, IflOST POPULAR Knpalama, Honolulu, Oahu; $455. B There is a strong impression abroad that interest in holiday shopping is very OF HARTFORD. 207, p 33. Dated Nov 22, 1904. much arrested by a multiplicity of church and charity fairs. And the procession Jonn C Castella to Lnupahoehoe Su- of these events has not yet passed. Perhaps, however, there will be at least two gar Co; Agrmt; In re cultivation of su- weeks of real lively times in the stores before the great festival.- - gar cane, etc, on lot 44, Maulua Tract, A sale of 25.38 acres of kula land at Puuvvaavvaa, advertised at an upset Mil N Hllo, Hawaii. B 265, p 292. Dnted PACIFIC RAILWAY Nov 9, 1904. The Famous Tourist Route of the Jonn C Cnstella to Lnupahoehoe Su- gar Co; Agrmt; to sell .for $370 lnt In price of $507.60, was postponed for one week by Land Commissioner Pratt yes- terday, owing to delay in the arrival of the steamer Kinatt with essential papers. Jas. F. Morgan yesterday sold at auction under foreclosure a piece of land con- PUBLICATION World. share of sugnr cane grown on taining 10,000 square feet at Puunui, a pleasant situation at the end of the Liliha 14 A of lot 44, Mnulua Tract, N Connection With the Conndian HIIo, Hawaii. B 265, p 294. Dated Nov street car line, for $430 to the Hawaiian Trust Co. He also sold 190 shares of Australian Steamship Lino 9, 1904. Inter-Islan- d Telegraph Co. (Wireless) stock at $1.50 a share, Honolulu Iron Emily Haa and lnb (H E) to W E Tiokets arelssned Rowell; D; R P 7108, Kul 9170, Walnlhn, I'o All Points in the United States Halelea, Kauai; $200. B 261, p 199. Works Co. being the purchaser. A hitch has occurred iii the closing of the purchase by the U. S. War Department of lands at Puuloa, at the entrance to Pearl Harbor, through the holding out of the Dovvsctt Co. for $6000 advance on XIV BOtTOLObU and Canada, via Victoria and Dated Nov 16. 1904. Entered for Record Dec. 2, 1904. the $74,000 offered. Condemnation proceedings may ensue. The purchase of the Vancouver. Vlctorlno Ventura and wf to J. W. Waialae lands has been concluded. A lease of 50 acres of land on Maui to the Fleming M Mountian Resorts: K Togo to O Masuda AL Haiku Fruit & Packing Co., for 29 years at $150 a(ycar, just recorded is an item in the development of diversified industries. The Governor has under consider- lanff, Glacier, Mount Stephens S M Damon nnd wf to United Stntes of America D ation, with some faor, a proposition of J. J. Williams to established a Hawaiian and Frasor Canon. Line of Steamers from Vancouver "Walluku Sugar Co to C Brewer & Nckets to All Points in Japan, China, India and Around the World, T Mlto to Mrs H K Meemano Pelellllll to Hawn Agricultural CO....L Co Ltd Gear, Lansing & Co by Trs to W BS D village of the old style near Honolulu for the pleasure of tourists. A forest reserve in Hamakua district proposed by Forester Ralph S. Hosmcr has been recommended to the Governor for proclamation by the Board of Forestry and Agriculture. An application is on file to market the mature koa lumber on the THE SUNDAY M Mlnton Par Rel island of Hawaii. lor Tickets and general information A contract is pending on opened bids for a three-arc- h concrete bridge, to Applt to Recorded Nov. 22, 1904. ADVERTISER cost about $Sooo, over the Kalihi stream on the extension of School street. The HEO.H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd. Onomea Sugar Co; M;Emma A Nawahl (widow) et als to drainage sewer system proved its high value in the heavy rainstorm a week ago. A land, A Chicago traveling man who passed through the other day informed the mer- gents Canadian-Australia- n S. 8. Line Front St, Hllo, Hawaii; $720. B 267, p 36. Dated Nov 22, 1904. cantile community that Honolulu is being discriminated against, as tompared Canadian Pacifio Railway. D D Baldwin to Haiku Fruit & Pack- with, rates given to Oriental trade, by railroad and steamship companies. The ing Co Ltd; L; 60 A land, Makawno, long and short haul controversy that raged on the mainland some years ago Mnul; 30 yrs: 2 yrs $150 per yr, 28 may now have to be revived with regard to Pacific Ocean traffic. It would seem yrs $250 per yr. B 273, p 11. Dated CHA8. BREWER & CO'S Nov 7. 1904. Recorded Nov. 23, 1904. to be a matter for our merchants to make strong representations about to the Department of Labor and Commerce, Washington. Instant opposition of the j? NEW YORK LINE Henry Van Gleson Tr to Lucy D; lot 26, blk 11, Kewalo Tract, Ka-ma- u; Honolulu Merchants' Association to the proposal of a local firm to introduce the trading stamp system has caused its abandonment. WAR NEWS, CHURCH NEWS, SPORTING NEW!, Ship Henry Vlllardsolllngfrom Honolulu, Oahu; $25. B 264, p 200. Dated Nov 23, 1904. The Japanese in Hawaii are boycotting Hawaiian rice at $2.50 a bag, out of New York to Honolulu on or A Wiggins to Hnttle Bnnnlster; Rel; patriotic preference for Japan-grow- n rice at $4 a bag. The Tax Appeal Court GENERAL NEWS AND ALL THE LATEST WORLD'! about Dec. 15, 1904. FREIGHT lots 20 and 21, cor Lellanl nnd Fernan- has decided against the claim of Hawaiian Agricultural Co. for losses on sugar TAKEN AT LOWEST RATES. dez Sts, Honolulu, Oahu; $700. B 232, cane through the ravages. It has allowed H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., NEWS BY CABLE. For freight rates apply to p 246.. Dated Mar 28, 1904. a deduction of $150,000 on income assessment for loss as a bad debt owing by CHAS. BREWER &CO Hattle Bannister and hsb (A T) to Henry Waterhouse Tr Co Ltd; M; lots Hawaii Mill Co. (the disastrous venture of Portuguese in cane planting at Hilo). MISCELLANEOUS, LITERARY AND HUMOROUS 27 Kllby St, Boston, or 20 and 21 and bldgs, cor Lellnnl nnd P. C. Jones advocates U, S. mail boxes on street cars as a desirable public C. BREWER & CO., LTD., Fernandez Sts, Honolulu, Oahu; $800. SELECTIONS, PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS OP THE convenience. A mortgage by the Healani Yacht & Boat Club on its buildings, Honolulu. B67, p 38. Dated Nov 23, 1904. flotilla of boats, etc., to the Bank of Hawaii has been recorded. Fred. J. Church, Healnnl Yacht & Boat Club to Bnnk of Hawaii Ltd: CM; leasehold, bldgs, who has for some time successfully run the Haleivva hotel, has assumed the BYSTANDER. U boats, yachts, barge, racing shells, etc; management of the Royal Hawaiian hotel. Following the mention here last week $1000. B 267, p 40. Dated Nov 23, 1904. of the trial runs of the Honolulu Plantation Co.'s refinery, the notable event oc- TRANSACTIONS J B Athcrton to Wahlnwa Water Co curred on Wednesday of the first shipment hence ever made of sugars refined INTERESTING READING TO SUIT EVER'kl Ltd; L; lnt In por Gr 605, pors Or' 606, nnd right to excavate dams, reservoir, in the Hawaiian Islands. Samples of all grades excepting cube, for which the ITASTE, AND WITHAL. A CLEAN PUBLICATION Jntered for Record Dec. 1, 1904. etc, Wahlawa, Walalua, Oahu; till Sept plant is not yet ready, were sent to San Francisco. It is declared to be sugar of e Matin (w) to Kckula (w) 6, 1950; $1. B 263, p 168. Dated Mar 6, D 1903. 'quality that cannot be surpassed elsewhere. 'ADMISSABLE TO THE FAMILY CIRCLE. , t Am Sav & Tr Co of Hawaii Ltd Hawn Fruit & Plant Co Ltd to Wa- O WM Mlnton ,, Par Rel hlawa "Water Co Ltd; D; por lots 2 and A PROMINENT PUBLISHER EN- Japanese-German- s. r, Lansing & Co by Trs to W M 1A, water rights, etc, Wnhlawa Colony DORSES CHAMBERLAIN'S Two of the young cadets on the Ger- nton Par Rel Tract, Walnlun, Oahu; $1. B 261, p 479. COUGH REMEDY. man training ship Herzogin Sophie M Mlnton and wf to Sisters of Dated Feb 23, 1904. Mr. Leon C. Streeter, proprietor of t Francis O M C D Recorded Nov. 25. 1904. Charlotte were born In Japan. They rs of St Francis O Al C to First Honolulu Grocery Co; Co-- P D;' gro- the Worcester, Cape Colony, Standard, are Wllhelm Flsca and Carl Lehman, Published byj th'e n Sav & Tr Co of Hawaii Ltd....M cery, etc, cor Punchbowl and Pauoa says: "For the past seven years, or whoso mothers were Japanese women. c K Hart to Eva Hart., D Sts, Honolulu, Oahu; cap stock, $810, since we have been In South Africa, Both are about IS years of age and left pta A Gullck to Ellen A Kenway.D 5 yrs. B 265, p 295. Dated July 30, 1904. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has al- P Kahahawa! P Kahahawal to George S Ken- - y Affdt John W Thompson by Regr; Notice; of decree of title In Land Reg Court m case No 9. B 265, p 300. Dated Nov 25, ways been kept in our household. My wife has found It to be Invaluable with the children and croupy symptoms Japan when six years old, to be educat- ed In "the Fatherland." They are Ger- man subjects, of course, but naturally Hawaiian Gazette o.. Peacock to Est of L Way...Sur L 1904. have disappeared with astonishing but have an Interest In the land of their Limited le Q Helm to Jno P Kahaha-- l John N Makalwa by Regr; Notice; pleasing rapidity under Its Influence." birth. Hawaii Shinpo received n. call It Rel of decree of title In Land Reg Court For sale by All Dealers and Druggists. from them and we were happy to make 65 S. King St, Honolulu, Hawaii. M Medelros and wf to Henry case No. 22. B 263, p 309. Dated Kov Benson Smith & Co., Ltd., Agents for their acquaintance and offer some Ho- hhman D 25, 1904. Hawaii. nolulu entertainment. Hawaii Sblnpo.
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