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. HONOLULU STAIH3 ULLE1 IN: MONDAY, AUG. 5, 1912.
Entered for Record August 2, 1912.
From 10:30 a. m..to 4:30 p. m. -v."
AI U, Jdaboe, and wf et al to Ke-
Y7 nut.- l-i.?. . jc .V;--, ;i
Kcnui and wf to Illkca Apau (w) I)
Cctrt Crown, tr,o Cartos ALng..Rel
Carlos ? A Long and wf to - Yee X 1
' Ollfi 2 v .', ;D
Ycc Young and ': to Carlos ' A'
, . Long.-.tr v. : .7-. . . . . . M
fc Wilro Ogata to Kokichl Katsukl.Rel
lioiry k Pocpoe and wf to William v.-;
X Dccoto ............ . .. . ....... b
T Yoshida to Percy M Pond ...... A L
Chas S Desky to Soraetaro Sheba t'JL L
Eomctaro Sheba and wf to Tra of
Est of W C Lunalllo ;.....,..,. ; M
John L Kalanl by atty to S Yoshl- -
kawa ........ :................ L
Noel Deerr to Mutual Bid? & Loan,,
Soc of -HV; .... .7 ." . ... i V. . . M
A M Hurtt'and wf to JTrent Trust
. Co Ltd"..... .:..V...'........ : m
Anna 13 Tucker" to . Trent Trust" '
Co Ltd ....................... M
II F Damon to Oliver O Lansing..
- . . .'.Par, Itei
Oliver Q Lansing to William- R
. Castle, tr' , , ;;.;. i . . . . . . . . .... M
n Castle, tr M
Chun Wal Fat to William R Caa--'
tie, tr 11
Bank of Hawaii Ltd to Kip Dal
Boons . . ; .. . i . . . ... . . . .Bel
Nip Dal Soong'to T Yoshida. .'..i D
' Yin ........... 1 ., . , . , j . .V: , . . . .Rel
Entered for, Record August 3, 1912.
From 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. nu
8 llata to II Hackfeld & Co Ltd..
W D Quinn and wf to First Bank
of Hflo Ltd . ...... ....... ; i
Henry Hook et al to William Hook V?
i et al , . . ; .. . ............ ;Trust Deed
Mohcs K Kapaona et al, to Mrs M
K Kapaona ...... .... .... . i D
Sara Klpl to John Naraupunt et alD
Tim Sim Soo to Ah Nui .......... M
D JIurftshlgo to Sute Murashlge...B S
T O Mltchell to Lai Hip, tr - D
S B Kuapalahalaha to..... r.;.... Will
J i 6 Fcrnandes and wf ; to "First : "
Bank of Hllo Ltd '.m M
Carrie Ringer et al; by gdn to ,
Henry . K Cooper ...i.....,... ' D
Goo A BroM-n and wf to. Mutual
TnvKtmt Co of IT Ltd. tr M
i;i: : '"'i'-v-'f '
' H"f Recorded, Jufy. 10,' 1912. '
Nakano Gentaro by affdt of rotgee I
to Miyaji, Fore Affdt; Japanese fishing
lvit Komplro Maru, 25 h p tandard
Kas marine engine; fishing nets, canoe,
t tc. B 361, p 409.. July 8, 1912. ?
. Esther K Baker and hsb (D K) et al
to John L Fleming, tr, D; pors gr 1302,
Wyllie and Lillha Sts, Honolulu, Oahu;
Int in 8725 sq ft land, WylUa St.! HP- J B Atherton Est Ltd to Mutual Tel
rrluu, Oahu;'.$5000. B CC8,rp Uif ephona Co Ltd.. D; lot B, WataJua;
July 6. 1912. ' v - v. a - V Oahu;:$4C0,C L R.doc 0 t4P6. July
John L Fleming, tr, and wf to John 9, 1912. H. ' : j' ? v' t : -if "i !
11 Gait, D; ipors gr 1302, Wyllie and Fredr C Miller and.wf to von Hamm
Lililia Sts, Honolulu, Oahu; Int 'In 8725 .Young Co Ltd, M; t pes land, AnapunI,
,V 'l ft land, Wyllie St, Honolulu. Oahui Dommls ; and ;Maklkl Sts, Honolulu,
!$L ', B,368, p,2S9. July 9, 19ll Oahu; $1250. C L R doc No 407. July
J'R Davis to James Stelner, Bur Lrl-19l2. -Vvhi'- :V -.?S- ?
por gr 3299, Klnau and Beretanla Sts,
ror gr 3239, Kinau ana uereiania aism
Honolulu, Oahu.. B, 373. p 59. - June 24,
rjI2v ., ; ' 'I -V''-y -::.' 'A .
Wong Tons to Royal Hawaiian Ga-
fuse Co Ltd, (J M; int IriRed autorao-
I ilo truck No H1744; $525. . B 359, p - Island Investment Co Ltd to Henry
v4S: July S, 1912. v : : v ... - L Fernandez,' D; lot 13 In sec A of
John F Q Stokes and wf to Sarah E kuis and 7260 Kaalaaluna; Ho-
Crccne, Agrmt; to sell for $3000 lot 9, nolulu. Oahu; $600.S B 375, p 38. July
Ilk I. Kalmukl tract, Honolulu, .Oahu. 1912. ' - . ". .
B 376, p 56:- June,l, 1912 ' -. .'r. I VirglniaK Makalnal; and. Jisb to
. Stuart B Dunbar and wf to Samuel Elizabeth J Webster, M; R P 2485 and
II Dowsett, D; 1-2 Int in lots C and G aps 2 . and 3 of R P 3485, Waiklkl, Ho
of R p 3466kuls 67S2 and 10806, and nolulu, Oahu: J SOO. ' B 359, p 356. July
R W, Papalama, Honolulu, Oahu; $600.
xi u(., y uv,. iui , v, ; , juyujr. JC tlUl'US UIIU USU AO Xia.HH. : VI
Bowcna N Turner and hsb (H V) et Hawaii Ltd, M; por gr 3242, leasehold,
ul to Samuel H Dowsett; D; Int In lots bldgs, rents, etc, Lunalilo St, etc, Ho
C and ' G of R P 2466. kuls 6732 and nolulu, Oahu; shares ; in. Honolulu
r- f lir 'T.n nlr If An 1 111 IS A w v ' aM
JV-UD, UUU li iiapaiawa, tuviiu, waning Mill IA.QI b9UU., H '50, P
Oahu; $180. B 372, p . 69. May 1, 1912 juiy 121912. -
Lee C Kuai IngiCt al;by regr. No- pecll Brown; tr, to Sebastlaha Me
tlcc; of . decree , of title In Land Res delros, D; Int in lot 19, blk 1 Kapio
Court Case No 221. : B 376. p 59. July; jani tract, Honolulu, Oahu; $450. B
10. 1912. ; ' . - 375 t S3. Julv 12: 1918. .
Wm Henry to Kalua Kapuklnl (W) , y u c Lopg ; to Tr of Mrs Mary
Rel';' ap 2, R P 1379, kul 2060 Kaneohe, " McNamara, D; Jots 1, 2, 6 and 7 of sub
Koplaupoko, Oahu; $100. B 359, p 350, ,3 iv gr 3504, Rose St, Honolulu. Oahu;
July 10 1915. " j '.7 -'".-,. 'i' i V.-t "Vi n V:' - ?00.B ; 375, ; p 40; "July 111912.
Ivaimuki Land ;Co Ltd to Margaret jj x Heen to OahU Railway & Land
A Dunn, D;. lot 132, sec B, Palolo Hill Co, Pdr A L; 9 pes land Walkele, Ewa,
tract, Honolulu, Oahu; $400. B S62 p Oahu;. $500.: b 373, p 60. July 12,
4C8.-; Jiiiy',3 I9l2-,r:...:rv'.v''4vt v.-;H-iSi$:'
MargaretA Dunn and hsb to Henry 1 Bishop & Co to Lydy E Lucas, Rel;
Waterhouse Trust Co Ltd, tr, M;' lot pof S24 2 leasehold, ? bldgs, rents,
1H2, bldgs, rents, etc. sec B. Palolo etc, Lunalilo St, etc, Honolulu. Oahu;
Hill tract, Honolulu, Oahu; mtg note $7500. - B 359, p-362. July 12. 1912.
on lots 10 and 11, Pacific Heights tract, ; Sarah J Grace (widow) to Elizabeth
Honolulu, Oahu; $1250. B 359 f 350.; 11 CorbaleyD;' por lot 16. blk 20, Kal-
July 3, 1912. ; : ; -
Sam Kaaimoku ana wi 10 irqng bu,
D;' .1-9 Int in por hul land, Pala Ha
jukuapoko Maui; $250. B 362, p 403
June 291912 - ,
M1lfkn Lum Ho and BSD (K.on Ueej
to Fung Su, D; 1-9 Int in por hiil land,
l aia, .llamakiiapoko, Maul;V $240. B
Z62, p 404. .July 2, 1912. ; " i
Nancy I Daniels to Rebecca K Del-
,rrf. Tit Int in R P 6219. kul 296 ' Wal-
Uiku, Maul; $L B 375, p 32 May 31,
Ellen K Keller and hsb (W II J) toi
Rebecca K DeIncrt, D; Int In R P 219
Kul 396, Wall ukut Maul; $1. B 375, p
::s Mav 31. 1912f . '
Emma N Daniels to Rebecca K Del
nert, D; int in R P 6219, kul 396, Wal-
luku, Maul; $250 B, 375, p 34. July
g19K. ; H ".' 1 " Henry Waterhouse Trust Co Ltd. vtr,
Clara M R Mossman (widow) to R A to Walter G Smith, Rel; books, art
Wadsworth, M; gr 5687 Nahlku, Koo- goods, furniture, wares, crockery and
Uu,:MauI;v $300. , B 371, p 19. June pianoKing St. Honolulu, Oahu; $800.
12;vl912.!-?vy; ;l . B 359, p 365. July 10, 1912.
. Ural and hsb ; to Ah Sing, D; aps 2 " LulHong Poo to Trs of.Est of Ber
srrd 4, R P 4745, kul 4704. Honokohau, nice P Bishop, Sur L; 19,200 sq ft land,
Kaanapall, Maul; $370. B 375, p' 35. Kukui St. Honolulu, Oahu; $1. B 373,
June 25, 1912. " p 67. Dec 31, 1912.
,Uml and hsb to Ah Sing, D; 1-3 Int Lyie A Dickey to Antone V Marciel
In share in hal land Kahana Nui, etc, Jr. D; 18a of gr 2134, Kepio, etc, Ka
KaanapalL Maul; $60. B 375, p 36. upo. Maul; $25. B 375, p 37. July 1?,
June 25, 1912. v . 1912.
Kekumu (k) to Mrs Ellen K Coelhb, Recorded July 13, 1912.
I); Int in gr 1336 water rts, etc hui Ninette m Scott (widow) to C H
Lmd, Koolau, Maui; $50 iB 368, p 284. Paxson, D; lots 5 to 12 and 15 to 19
liar l) 1912'. 1 (incl), blk 5B, and 1, 2, 23 and 24, blk
Ben Hokoana to Antone R Souza Jr, 68,. Kapahulu. Honolulu, Oahu; $2550.
D: ,1 share In hul land, Ulu'malu, Ma-
! awao, Maui; $540. B S68, p 26. June
Cravolto, D; 5a land. Kapakalua, Ha
makualoa, Maui; 1400. B 265, p 339.
July 8.; 1912.
K Soksl and wf .to Enoa 1ncen, M;
7 .3f-l99a? land, Pala. 'Hamakuaiokoi;
Maul; $3000B - 22. July t
. J K Makaol'to "'Joseph Coelho' jr, D;'
ap 3. R P. 79Dtkul 2208. Ohla, Wal
kapu Mil ill; $150. B 362, p 405.' Feb
2, 1912.' v ' -"-. . ;w ;' W.
.Chas K Kahee to Mrs Julia Gard
ner, D; Int In kul 7671. Anina, Hana
lel, Kauai; $1, etc, B 362. p 406. June
24, 1912. V . ; .
, Chas K Kahee to Mrs Julia Gardner,
D; int In 1-2 of R P 7005 "kul 224.
Hanalci, llalelea, Kauai ; JI, rtc. B
Court of Land Registration.
'Henry Waterhoustf Trust Co Ltd to
PanLum et al. pjj lot AIL 2556 sq ft
land, ir Beretania and Alapai Sts, Ho
nolulu, Oahu ; $470. C L R doc No
4C5. June 15, 1912. ,
Recorded July 11, 1912.
Mrs, Pouli to JOinealll Jr, D; R P
9J6. kul 282$, Pahlpahl alua, Koolau
loa, Oahu; $1, etc ' B 365, p 340. July
19, 1877. .', . . ,i ij
J P-K Paukcalanl lo William Henry,
D; ,R P 916, kul 282$, Pahipahlelua,
Koolauloa, Oahu; $75. B 365, p 341.
July 10, . 1912. - , .
- William R Castle, tr, by atty to
Lulla W K Manaole and hsb, Rel; R Ps
986. .967, and '1373 Kallua, Koolaupokd,
Oahu; lots J to 7 lncl)t blk.2. and lot
1, blk'l, Puunui tract, Honolulu, Oahu;
Int in : 66-lOOa- land, Uliha St, . Hono
lulu,, Oahu; kul 1086, gr 2470; por gr
1547, R P 7239, pc land and Int In kul
8726, NlulU, etc, ; N Kohala, Hawaii;
2 1-2 shares In kul 7713, Holualoa 1
and 2. N Kona, Hawaii; $3500. B 359,
p 354. July 10, 1912. t .
John H Magoon to Lum Kal, D; i lot
3 of ;: RtP 6677, kul 1033, Kamakela,
Honolulu, Oahu; $275. B 362, p 410.
Apr 19, 1912.. vikfsii'U
Walter II, Bradley; and' wf to .Mrs
Emily II TThompspn, D; '1 16-l00a jof
kul 1749: Kallhl, Hdjrolulu. Oahui $350.
B 362, p 411. Mar 28,; 1912 - v; v
H M Dow by tr in bnkrptcy to James
E Sheahan, D; lots 1 and 3, blk - IL
Kapiolanl Park Addn Honolulu, Oahu;
$30. B 362, p il2i ii May 12, 1911.
, Beatrice; C Beckley; to Geo C Beck
ley, " Rel; 1 Amer ' Scout car type, 22,
No X061, and i Amer Thirty Tourist,
tyne 34. No-'034B.. in Honolulu Auto-
mobile Stand and Garage, cor Alakea
and Hotel Sts, "Honolulu, ; Oahu; $3,-
092.20. B 359, p 354J July; 11, 1912. ,
- Trent Trust Co Ltd to Antone Jesus
Jr, D; lot 2. blk 84. Ocean View tract,
Honolulu Oahu; $400. B 362,"p 4.13.
June 25, 1912.-' s: -
Court of Land Registration f
. r .rtecoraea iu
. John NaIwl t j
h.-Im;'H int in-Est c
uiUf deed, Terqf , H
f .Recorded July 12. 1912. r r
vviU vni,..r t PAmh.
1 of Maria-Nahalelo-
Hawaii: ISO . ' R 359.
p 355. juiy n; 1912. s .
n 1912. " , '
muki tract, Honolulu, Oahu; $1800. B
575, p 42. July 10, 1912
Elizabeth H,Corbaley and hsb (R N)
to Mumtual Investment Co of Hawaii
Ltd, tr, M; por lot 16 blk 20, Kaimuki
trart Ilnnolnlti Oahu? S1S00. W 2S9. n
S63. July 12,1912.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co Ltd to
PaurScheidt D; lots 1 and 2, blk B,
Kaimuki .Park -tract, Honolulu, Oahu;
ififiO - Tl '275 n 42. Nov 17 ' 1911..
James A Wilder to Hawaiian Trust
Co Ltd. D; grs 5704 and 5513, bldgs.
rents,1 etc Tantalus Heights, Honolulu,
Oahu'.'i. )B 375, p 44. July 11, 1912.
Hawaiian Trust Co Ltd to Sarah
Wilder, D; grs 5704 and 5513, bldgs,
rents, etc," Tantalus Heights, Hono
lulu, Oahu; $1. B 375, p 46. July 11,
b 375, p 48. Oct 19, 1910.
C H Paxson and wf to Fanny
StrtruchD; lots 5 to 12 and 15 to 19
(!"cl); Wk EB. and 1 ? 23 and 24, blk
CD, Kaiiahulu; Honolulu. Oahu; $425.
B. 375. p 50. .May 18. 1912. J: v
.' ? John De Mcllo. to Marie. J. De Mello,
D; lots 3 and I. blk 12. Kalmokl tract,
Honolulu, Oahu; J SOD. B 365, p 342.
June 24. 1912. -
Trent Trut Co Ltd to Augusta M
Scfcoenlng. D; lots 7, 9 and 11, blk 10,
Kaimuki tract, Honolulu. Oahu; $1200.
B 273. p 52. July 1$. 1912.
Henry C Sunderland to J E Johnson.
L; pc land, bids, furniture, tools, etc,
Kalihi, Honolulu, Oahu; 2 yrs at $70
per an. B 373. p. 67. Mar 7. 1912.
M K Kapaona (widow) 'to Lee' You.
M;-:-Int -In kul 8705, Honomakau N
Kohala, Hawaii; $1 and. note $375!. B
371, p 23. July 5. 1912- -,
U: Sasaki to P C Beamer, C M; cane
crop on 10a land. Pahoa. Puna, ? Ha
waii; 530. B 371, p'26. July -9, 1912.
Tanell Hashimoto to Sozaburo Ku -
rltani, M; Int in 1 l-2a of gr 899, bldgs, j $1000. B 367, p 257. July 16, 1912. -furniture,
fixtures, etc, Honomu. Hllo, J Loi Koon Chan and wf to Jas F
Hawaii; $1150. B 371, p 27. July 9, Morgan Co Ltd, Mj por R Ps 6, 1744,
1912-vv i ?.
UichI Kawabe and wf to "Sozaburo
Kuritant, M; Int in 1 l-2a of gr 899,
bldgs, furniture, fixtures, etc, .Honomu,
Hilo, Hawaii; $1150. B 371, p 28. July
9, 1912.; ; : ' . . V
Kumataro Nomal and wf to Sozaburo
Kuritani, M; int In 1 l-2a of gr,899,
bldgs, furniture, fixtures, etc, Hono
mu, Hilo, Hawaii; $1150. B 371. p 29.
July 9, 1912.
Iwagoro Tasaka and wf to Sozaburo
Kuritani, M;;1nt in 1 l-2a of gr 899,
bldgs, furniture, fixtures, etc. Honomu,
Hllo, Hawaii; $1150. B 371, p 31. July
9. 1912. -' . ;: r. :
. Belinda Akuna and hsb (C) to Chs
Thompson, D; . Int In RP 525, Kama
ore Kula, Maul; $300. , B 365, p 343.
June 28, 1912. - .
Recorded 'July 15, 1912.
Fanny Strauch and hsb (PE R) Jo
Fillmon Mulim, D; 568- sq . ft; of R PI
-mar nnLf n,h.
2150 kul 4459, Alewa, Honolulu. Oahu;
$30. ;,B 362 p, 415 July 13, 1912.
Kaelemakule to Lahapa" K N Nab
iwL D; R V 904, kul 2795, Paalaa,' Wai-.
alua, Oahu; $23. B 375, p 54. Nov 1,
I895 ... ; '" 'y::'y-
W II Hoogs to Walter C Love, A L;
lots 24, 25, 72 and 73, Ka ha la lots, Ho
nolulu, Oahu; $1. J B 373, p 72.-May
2 1912. f y'ii . SJ.' " ;
- Walter. C Love 'to Alice ;L; Hoogs,
A L; loU24 25,;72 and .73;v-Kahala
lots; Honolulu -t Oahu ; v 31 I B ! 373, ' p
73. May 2,;19i2r.t;;,, I '.','
- f Pang Young1 to Wong In, D; .1-4 int
in pors gr 39 and R- P 7470, kul 422,
Kekaullke St, . Honolulu, . Oahu; $500.
B 375, p 56. July 121912. ; v
Est of . Bernlce. P Bishop by trs to
Lui Hong Poo L; 19,200 ;sq ft of R P
4484, kul 7712, ap 6. part 3 A, Kukui
"St Honolulu,: Oahu; 20 yrs 15 yrs
at $400 'per. an, rem at $450 per an. - B
373 p 74 July .12,1 1912.; -V '-'; ;
Kaimuki Land Co Ltd to George F
Wright, D; lot 304; sec C, Palolo Hill
tract, Honolulu, Oahur $650. B 375 p
58. .July . 3191L v i :.- ::-
' A EArledge and wf to Caroline S
Bond,D; ;lot " 303, ; sec C, Palolo f Hill
tracts Honolulu, Oahu; $600.; B 375, p
59. Mar 20 1912. v "
f Geo F Wright and wf, to .Caroline S
Bond. D ; T lot 304, see C Palolo Hill
Jtract, Honolulu, Oahu; $700. " R 375, p
Percy M Pond "to .A" C Montgomery,
fs S ; ' furniture, fittings, good - will, etc,
of i Wailana Hotel, Waiklkl, Honolulu,
jOahu; " $4600. B 376. p 59., July 1,
1912. . .. .a;..-'-;..:-:
A C Montgomery, to Percy ,M Pond,
C M; furniture, fittings and -good will
of Wailana Hotel, Waikflti, Honolulu.
Oahu; $2200. B 364, p 170. July 1,
1912. ::,i.,r.;.vv ' ,
A C Montgomery to Percy M Pond,
C M; leasehold, 1178 Fort St, Hono
lulu, Oahu; $2400. B 364, p 172. July
1,1912. -. . .:
A- C Montgomery et al to W C
Parke, P A; special powers. B 376, p
60. ; July L 1912. .'
Lllluokalani Trust by trs to Mary K
A Benevitz et al, Exchge D; 2146 sq ft
of lot 4, Canaina subdif ; Walkahalulu,
Honolulu, Oahu; $1. ; B 375, p 62. July
12 1912. ' -t
' Mary K A Benevitz et al to Trs of
Lllluokalani Trust, Exchge D; pc land,
Walkahalulu, Honolulu; Oahu; $1. B
375, p 62. July 12, 1912.
Chas' A Brown to V E M Osorio, L;
3562 sq ft land, rents, etc, , Front and
Waianuenue Sts, Hilo, Hawaii; 20 yrs
until signed at $45 per mo, 5 yrs at
$60 per mo, bal at $75 per mo. B 373,
p 69. Apr 25, 1912.
William Ahla and wf to Emmeline
M Magoon, D; Int in gr 2571, Opihi
halc, S Kona, Hawaii; $250. B 375, p
55 July 9, 1912.
Kaihenul Tract by owner to Plan,
Plan; 2 25-100a of R P 4365, kul 1105B,
ap 1, Piopio Rd, S Hilo, Hawaii. File
No 75. June 20, 1912. :
C D Lufkln to Edward H Rogers,
Rel; 59-100a of ap 1, R P 2162, kul
2420, Kalua, Walluku, Maui; la land,
Makila, Lahaina,- Maui; H500. B 371,
p 32. July 13 1912.
J Brightman to Chan Toon, D; RP
6055 ap 1, KawehJ, Molokai; $100. B
362 pr 415. May 27, 1912i
Moses Kauhaahaa to G Masuda, D;
int in hui lands, Kahana, Kaanapall,
Maui; $50. B 375, p 57. July 5, 1912.
Recorded July 16, 1912.
- F Kawamura to T Honda, L; por
ap 1 of R P 5553, kul 1405, pc land
and R W, Palama. Honolulu, Oahu;
17 yrs at $23.35 per an. B 373, p 79.
Mar 18 1912.
C F Merrill and wf to Laura V
Riley, Corctn D; 17.900 sq ft of gr
5118, Palolo, Honolulu, Oahu; $1. B
375. p 64. Jan 6. 1912.
F JL Ftrguson ,to Henry Water-
house Trust Co Ltd, tr, M; lot 375, j
sec C, Palolo Hill tract, Honolu,u'
Oahu; $250. B 371, p 36. July 13;
Joe Souza and wf to Mary C Dias, !
D; lot 15, blk B. Kapiolanl tract, HoV
?G 1 ' B 362, p Juiy
Yong Anin, tr. to A Rodriguez and " & 7 Q 'Z i v fnr
wf. Rel; lots 9. 10. 19 and 20. blk 4A. y. ardrrare part,CUJariyRS??prnv
Kapahulu tract. Honolulu. Oahu; $150. children. They seem to Act directly
B ?.7i. p 38. July 16. 1912. on the nerves and muscles of the
Mary C Dias and hsb (J P) to Lusi- bowels. They apparently have a neut
tnna Benefit Socy of Hawaii. M; lot ral action on the other organs. Tbey
17, blk B, Kapiolanl tract. Honolulu, do not purge or cause other incon
Oahu; $SD0. B 361, p .414. July 15, venience. We will refund yonr money
1912. .if they do not overcome chronic or
J H Schnack and wf to John D An-. habitual constipation and thus aid to
drade Jr, D; lot 5 and mauka, half lot relieve the myriads of associate or de
7." blk D. Nuuanu tract. Honolulu, pendent chronic ailments. Try Rex-
Oahu; $475. B 375, p 68. July 16,
J H Schnack and wf to Eddie Wong
AlnD; lot 6 and makal half lot 7, blk
D, Nuuanti tract,ilonolulW t Oahu ;
$475i B 375, p $9.Vjuly 16112.
F K Makino. .to JlOnolu'ltr Star-Bulletin
Ltd, C i ;M ; Babcock newspaper
press No 4253 motor aad -folder, cor
Pauahi and Maunakea Sts."llonolulu,
Oahu; $775. B 367, p 253. July 8.
Mildred L Norria and hsb (R S) to
George A Brown. D; 13.025 sq ft of gr
256, Manoa Valley.. Honolulu, Oahu;
$1300. B 375, p 71. July 13, 1912.
M G Johnston to Richard H Trent,
D; g 5537, Alewa. Heights,, Honolulu.
Oahu; $2000..; B 375, p 73.t July 1 13,
1912. ? - 1
CMary A - Lemon ;( ldpw) to Ululanl
F Lemon, PAj general powers.' B 376,
p 62. JUly 15, 1912. j- ; -
?WJ11 J Cooper aiidVf;to Trent Trust
Co Ltd. M; 1.6,824i8i ft of gr;5566 and
1 R W. Alewa Heights. Honolulu. Oahu:
12589, part 1, sec I; and 5718, -ap 1 King
and Nuuanu Sts,letc, Honolulu, Oahu;
$5000. B 364, p 176. July 6. 1912.
, Isabel Kelley to .Lyle A Dickey, D;
L:Ps 5433 and 5695, Mak Ik 1 'Heights.
iionoiuiu, vanu; zvo fnc mtg note
$900. B 375. p 76. July 16, 1912.
Frank E Clark to Yuen Tal Mun,
Rel; ots. 1 and 2 of subdlv lots 1 and
2, Kapalama tract, Honolulu. Oahu;
$250. B 371, p 39.. July 16. 1912.
Yuen Tai Mun to Frank E: Clark, M;
lots 1 and 2 of subdiv lots 1 and 2 of
Kapalama tract, Honolulu. Oahu; $750.
B 364, p 180. July. 15. 1912.
. Z Yasuda to S Kushlma, CM; cane
crop oil 13a land, Pahoa. Puna, Ha
waii; $448. B 361, p 412. July 8.
Mrs J N Koomoa and hsb (J N) to
Caroline J Robinson, D;. Int in kul
""7 18 1912
v!; Tf S58 . 49f iunTe,18'. I!12' ,
T Hamamura to K'Nakamoto etral.
9702B, Keauhou U, ,.N Kona,' Hawaii;
L; 80a land, Kukuau 1, S Hik, Ha
waii; 10 yrs at $15 per a per yr. B
363, p 413. Oct 24, 1910.
T Hamamura et tal to Hilo. Empo
Hum Ltd, CM; leaseholds and cane
crops, '" Kukuau 1 S ' Hilo, Hawaii;
$1531 and adv fo $4969. B 371; p 33.
July 13, 1912.
r Emma A Aluli. to First Bank of Hilo
Ltd, A- M ; rate Joseph K Like on Int
in R P 1091. kul 1912 Volcano St.. Hllo,
Hawaii,- $300. B 367. p 256. Jan 2,
1911.-- -u : . :
First 'Bank of Hllo Ltd to Joseph
K Like. Rel;' Int in R P 1091. kul 19127
Volcano SL Hilo, Hawaii; $300. B 367,
p 256.. July 12, 1912. ;; , '
- Annie K Conradt to Louisa K Mc
Dougall. D; 1-2 int in por R P 2744,
Puehuehue, N: Kohala, Hawaii ; $2500.
B 375, p 74. July 16, :1912.
; Enos Vincent' and; wf to K Soga, D ;
7 : 39-100a ' land, Pafai, Hamakuapoko,
Maul; $4000. B ' 370, p '235. July 6,
Court of Lanct . Registration.
' - Geo; Trimble" and ' wf - to Goo Shee
Kara, D; pc -. jland , Honolulu, Oahu
11050. C L'R doc' No;408,' Julr 13,
i9i2. S- V '
. Recorded July 17, 1912, !
i T Mashiki to vori Jllamm-Young Co
Ltd. C M; 1911 BuicH roadster No 3580,
Ter ,ofHawaii:$$0. B 364 p 182.
July 9, 1912 , 1 ' " "
E Colt Hobron toLura Ho Shee and
hsb, Rel; 7 77:100aof R P 2576. kul
5873, Kapahulu Rd, Honolulu, Oahu;
J1400. B 364, p 185. July 16t 1912.
Lum Ho Sbee' ahd hsb (Lum Chlng)
to Home Insurance Co of Hawaii Ltd,
M; 6 27-100a. o fRj P :2576, kul 5873,
Kapahulu Rd, Honolulu, Oahu; J1500.
B 364, p 185 July 16, 1912.
. Sarah L Dexter to First American
Savings & Trust Co of Hawaii Ltd,
Addl Chge; 14,280 sg'ft of grs 285, 286,
3243 and 3244 rents, etc, Beretanla St,
Honolulu, OahullOOO. B 364, p 188.
July 17, 1912.
v Wong "Wong and wf to Bank of Ha
waii Ltd, M; lot 16D of Peterson Place
subdlv and R V, "bldgs, etc, Kapalama,
Honolulu, Oahu; UOOO. B 364, p 189.
July 12, 1912. '
Est of S C Allen by trs to Virginia
E Bauman, D; 10,510 sq ft of ap l,gr
2788, rents etc, Kewalo St, Honolulu,
Oahuj $2120. B 375, p 76. July 11,
.V Carreiro and wf to A K Vlerra,
D; lots 24 and 25, blk 12, Kewalo lots,
Honolulu, Oahu; .$650. B 375, p 77.
July 17, 1912. 'y
August Dreler Ltd to Anastasia Mc
Dowall, D; grs 3661 and 3674, Quarry
St, etc, Honolulu, Oahu; 33850. B 375,
p 79. July 15, 1912.
Anastasia McDowall (widow) to
Guardian Trust Co .Ltd, M ; grs 3661
and 3674, rents, etc, Quarry St, etc,
Honolulu, Oahu; $3100. B 369, p 201.
July 16, 1912.
First American Savings & Trust Co
of Hawaii Ltd to Mabel C Gregory,
Rel: aermta of purchase of land, etc.
l . - . anin '
Makiki Heights, Honolulu, uanu, uu. ,
B 369. p 24.i July. 17, 1912.
Antone Fernandez and wf to Jacln
tho daxP Roque, nj W half of gr 3849.
Kaumoali, Hamakua, Hawaii; $700. B
3C2, p'418. June $2, 1912-
Auanihi and wf o LemI (k), D: 11a
of R'-r (gr) 32, hui land. Kowali,
Hana, Maui; $5, etc. B 362, p 419. Jan
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"- The ; Ewa Tennis Club has just
comnleted the "Kwi V' o irn r.nn-
. Mens Singles Handicap tournament.
i aere were. 24 contestants, the tour
nament lasting about six weeks. -Wm.
Eklund and McKeerer reached the
j finals and In the playoff yesterday,
Eklund took three straighf sets: 7-6,
fe-3, 6-4. Lkland, in "winning -yesterday's
match has two leg3 on the cup
end needs to .in it once more to be
come his property. ..
tTlia scores throughout the tourna
ment, were as follows zts-J V4. ;
First Round. '
. Meyer, beat Fassoth 6-0, 7-5. v
Eklund beat Hattiev 6-2 6-1.
Yamamoto beat. Oldring 6-ll 6-0.
Davidson r defaulted ' to Nolan.
Renton, Jr. defaulted to Lalng. .
Schmidt beat McEachern, 6-5 4-6,
6.' . . : - - -:.r
Gouvea beat a E, Eklund, 6-2, 6-3.
ODowda beat McLean, 6-2, 6-3.
Guild beat Van Giesen, 7-5, 5-7, 9-f.
Douglas beat Muller, 6-3, 6-4
Eklund beat Meyer, 6-1,. 6-4.
Davidson' defaulted to Yamamoto.
Schmidt beat Lalng 6-0. 6-2: ' X
O'Dowda beat Gouyea,fc 6-0, 4-6,1 6-2.
McKeever; beat Greenfleld- 5-7, 6-4,
LArsen oeat wewman, 6-3, 6-4.-
Third . Round. . t " ''";-'
Douglas1 beat' Guild,' 6-1, 4-6 6-2 " '
- Eklund ; beat Yamamoto, 6-4, 2-6
6-4. ".';. ' ; ; s . '. i '' y
O'Dowda beat Schmidt, 6-2, 6-4.
: McKeever beat Larsen, : 6-0, 6-3. .'
Semi-Finals. :.'; ;:v-'y;:
Eklund beat Douglas. 8-68-6. ;
McKeever beat O'Dowda, 6-4, 6-4.
Finals.:' .-,:; :-';,' -I'. .;'. ;
Eklund beat j McKeever, 7-5, 6-3,
(Continued from page 9.) Q
from the standpoint - of slugging," but
ic tnis respect they were . daisies. The
tirst ijfellm ,;' Loung 'Layman'Cof De
Russy beat Kid Wright of . Camp Very,
knocking out his V man in the. third
round.. Wright "was' knocked ; down
so often that; he -spent most of the
time picking himself off " the floor,
but f he was ; game as a bulldog1 and
staggered around the ring hitting so
pluckily that he slowed Layman down
after the, first ; round: Finally,- Layman-managed
to land a stiff rlgbt to
1 he Jaw which sent Wright down to
stay. ' ' : 4
In the other prelim Trooper Bauer
socks of; Schofield i Barracks . made a
chopping block-out of Kupa the ! Ha
waiian. Kupa had a. terrible right
swing, but Bauersocks caught him , in
the middle of the. first round ; with
a succession of, hard rights. and! lefts
straight, in the face that Hook 'all 'the
judgment out of the Hawaiian. After
that all Bauersocks ,hag to do . was to
smash in and either jump back away
from Kupa's right f s wing. or. come in
so close the s blows, landed . on ; his
back. In the ' second,' Kupa was
knocked to his -knees in his -own cor
ner and said something to his 1 sec
onds, who Immediately began -to
throw water on him, white 'one start
ed to climb Into the ring. - George
Ingle did the ; proper thing in stop
ping the flgh right there. Kupa was
outclassed and there was ho need of
prolonging it. He didn't seem
anxious to continue the fight anyway.
. The affair was fairly well attended
and moderately well managed, vi ;
(Continued from Page 9)
right . and -no scores resulted. Both
teams had hard luck in hitting fpt
the posts, there being several nar
In the fifth the Cavalry started
hostilities, Groninger carrying the
ball down field and o?er the line, but
after two minutes play the army fld
ers seemed to tire badly, and their
hitting was weak throughout the per
iod. Harold Dillingham scored a
goal just before time was called.
Damon put the ball through soon
after play started in the final period,
giving Oahu the apparently safe lead
of ZVz to 1. Then the Cavalry came
back strong, and began to hustle the
tired Oahuans. Millikin made a long
run but missed, the goal shot, 'and
there was some hot play in front of
the Oahu posts, which finally ended
by Heffernan scoring.
Only about two minutes of playing
time remained when Damon and Dil
lingham brought off their missing
stunt above referred to. The Cavalry
players were fighting savagely, for b,
goal meant the game In all probabil
ity. There came, a time when the
tall was almost exactly in front of
the Oahu goal, with Millikin riding
toward it and . Harold Dillingham
right on it, riding "across the posts.
Dillingham had a clear chance, but
to keep the ball clear of his own line
had a difficult angle to hit from. It
would have been the part of caution
tc bang the ball straight away from
the goal, even at the risk of a safety,
for less than a minute remained, and
p Safety would still have left Oahu
half a, goal ahead. Dillingham didn't
know the exact playing time, how
ever, and didn't stop to figure out
the fractional points. He tried to
get the ball toward the sideboards!
and out in the field at the same time,
and missed it Millikin rode in . and
tapped It through, and the game vwas
over,f or before the next throw ia' the
ibe' timers whistle sounded. . X i .
ItV.was hard- work ins: 'i fame V and
a."nc"of the Oshu i layers have cause
: Iblarae. thcmse e fcr tLe defeat.
Tli'ey. played the.Kst Uj cculdand
uc one can do irore that 5 thaL
The second game of the series will
be played at LeJlehua Wednesday. If
Oahu wins it will add considerable
interest- to the . third game Saturday
next, which will then' become- the de
(Continued from page 9.)'
Oscar Sommers in No. Z slide Is the
present senior sculls' champion of the
coast, having "won; the event at the
July 4 regatta on the Alameda; estu
ary. Fred , Hacke ; is the present
junior single.' skiff champion, having
won the event the same day Som
mers -took the i senior i title. Bramp
ton also' is a singles man of ability.
i Henry Nielsen, and. Charles Kiser
are the only, - two men who 'have no
t ingle scull? honors to boast of. Both
men ; are, however, powerful and ex
perienced oarsmen. : Nielsen was a
member, of .the Alameda . club four
that won the Coast championship In
191 0." Kiser has not up to the present
attained the ' distinction of being , rat
ed among ' the senior blade wieldera,
but his wonderful work In the inter
mediate crew has been the means of
his being named .in (the big crew.
Herman Kihiv who has - piloted doz
ens' of Alameda crews to victory, will
have charge of the tiller ropes in the
Honolulu race. .' - .
Former. Star Is Coach. ' '
The crew is being coached by E.
B.Thorning, an did time' champion
himself, and former member of. the
Spiders. Turning s has been ? named
by the rowing association ' as ' its; re
presentative ahcK will - make the trip
as-manager and: coach. The crew will
call September 10 on -the steamer si
erra 'and- arrive at Honolulu Septem
ber :16. This -will give the men five
full days to wind up: training and 'get
accustomed to the course?, v , ' ' .
The length ; of the course will be
something; new for the local crew,
the Islanders rowirig over a two mile
straightaway:: instead of the usual
mile and a half with the turn that
the locals are used to. ' As opponents
the three I strong clubs at Honolulu
will bo in ; the race. ' t The Myrtles
Piiunenes and , Healani crews are all
training for; the race. The Myrtles
are the present", island champions. :
".Besides, T the big , six oared r ' race
Henry Hess and. Oscar Sommers the
Alameda club champion' double pair
tlso will row in 'the., doubles event.
Sommers, I Bramf on ' and Hacke may
t ake part in the singles events though
this has "not. been definitely arranged.
-When the tour was first arranged
It was thought ' ihat the local . crew
could use the new1 . Honolulu 'barge
thJt is being built by Rogers for the
Islands.1: It was suggested . that the
Alameda crew train in this barge and
bring vitc to "Honolulu for use in the
race. uThe Alameda club, however,!
has decided to use its own four oared! Ing ahead , for special terir.3 at rj
targe and it has been turned oyer to' slon rates, will result in a rcZcV.l.itt
Rogers to rearrange the 1 slides so
lhat six men can be " seated in the"
lat. - The hew Honolulu Boat is only1
four "feet' longer than' ; he Alameda
four, oared bargee ; In makingthe
new' arrangement in . the local barge
It is l proposed ' to .' move . the coxswain
seat about three feet, nearer the stern
post and bring . the present stroke
seat aft about four feet. . There; will
then be room to bring the three other
seats far enough aft ta allow the two
extra, slides ;being placed In the bow
of the barge. The forward .waist men
also Z will ; be brought - tip- at ; least a
foot -closed to the after waist men
than they are at present located. This
arrangement-will give' a compact ar
! angement ( and - should prove to be
a well balanced Tracing machine. ?The
hAiif wrltl hA'nnalitrofil klfW - tliatl
any of the other-barges In the race. and vthe rue de IUvoll. Here ycu will
It has .: the regulation measurements be wthin ea.sy reach of all the neccs
in every respect for a six ; oared t sltJes,1to say nothing of the luxuries.
barge. ; , yo-
TO CLOSE DOORi -1
. IN NORTHERN CHINA
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LONDON; July 20. The Daily Tel
egraph's Peking correspondent as
serts that - thenew f. Russo-Japanese
agreement is ' an amplification i and
consolldaUon of the treaty of Ports
mouth 1 between Russia ; and Japan,
according to the correspondent ar
ticles three to 3lght will : be virtually
expunged and restated in;a form con
firming to Japan her Liaotung penin
sula lease, fallowing both , signatories
great military -freedom - in- their re
spective spheres, precluding neutral
nations .- engaging m Manchurian de
velopment and sanctioning the build
ing of a new' strategic railway,
s Japan, says the correspondent, will
have confirmed all of her territory
south of parallel 44, longitude H6
giving her paramount influence r over
it and enabling her to dominate Pe?
Mnof- vrttltA T7fiocla will hAVA :. enttU
plete liberty of action in all Chinese
lerruory 10 me cAieriur ui iuc feicau
wall and west of the Japanese sone
-Japan, says the correspondentalso
accepts the:' Russian ; twelve-mile
limit In' territorial water and sup
ports the" construction by Russia of
the Kiakbta Railway to Siberia w
WASHINGTON, July 20. A denial
that Russia and Japan are about-to
sign a treaty of alliance ;' defining
their respective interests in Man
cnuria and Mongolia has reached the
State department from the American
Embassy at Tokio. The Embassy
based its denial on Information f ur
wished by the Japanese Foreign Of
fice. State Department officials have
nothing to say to reconcile the issue
thus raised between St Petersburg
and Tokio. . ' :
: The . unofficial opinion is expressed
that even It a treaty Is in incubation
it might be found to be nothing
more than an agreement between the
two powers not to interfere with one
The traveler now under consJdrra-
tlon i the .salaried Woman whoulshea
to get the. largest retara In pleasure
and profit with" the" least outlay of
- v . 1 . ' k-- . a. - - t
runuavanarwnoaoes boi waai v bus
the "adventurous xca of travel by be
in r taken care of la a conducted party
sayt tne .cau. ; An .v expencuura oi
about 20Q in money and three nionths'
UU1Q tur n Ull tU tiiuui "
more defialte pleasure U;an any lev
. . . ...jfcj.. , ......
Economical tratellng doca not mean
penurious travelings It ccans rather
ii nuttfn. nf tmirso r rnr tn uma
in the place of the . dwellers In the
country to be visited. It may be ac
cepted that, the expensive: things are
supplied for the 'foreigners. The Eng
lishman, the - German, the. Swlsr, do
tery well without thenx Learn to do
as they do, and tne problem Is quick
ly ' simplified. ' ' -: ' ... ;: ; ':'
The economical traveler la, perhspa
necessarily, (he hurried traveler. The
gibes flung at the "Europe In ten
weeta"; tourist shoujd be accepted
.with equanimity Half a loaf of Paris
or London 1 is much better than ; none.
Ai wyra U UV UiUiOi 14 COCU W ilk II
come, j ;; -;, - ; ' ;" - -
;The "economical traveler will choose
either a' one data steamer, where pas
sage may be had from $15 up, or aha
will go second class in one of the larg
er bx)ats.:: It must, be taken lato: ac
count, howeyer,' that the 'clicap toats
are the slow ;boa,f.i, and the added
two' or three days on the water, bo!h
going ..and coming will 'shorten tha
stimmpr - - " ' ' v " - . -
four months before tallin Lter'
there will be no choice for low rrtcci
; Sea "togs' used to make a pro 11 cm.
Now you rent your chair and nrj at a
.dollar each fro mtbe steaisshlp ccni
pany. If you go by one routa ar.l re
turn by another (the most advar.tso
ous arrangement), your heavy wra3
and warm underwear may, for a nom
inal uin, be sent hack ca the srno
steamer to New York, and out r.-nia
,tt a French or German port, to await
your re-e!ntarkrnent. If yoa sail by
the- Mediterranean rotfte, a r--'"3
may,Jbe forwarded frora the honia rort
to Liverpool or Glz: jo'w, which will
! make the re turn tri p cc - fcrtal! j. ' '; J
meat of the railway carrh-?. C
-your fvimpedlr.cata to a br3
suitcase- and , one gcntrou3 h ir. 1 L ;
for toiler articles. A v.-tcr: rccf '::'
er'wlth leather corn cr3 t,K1 ;;;) t3
case from too hard wecr, arl'if r
ylth an adjr.:tal!3 strip, v.VA rrcva
a convenient recede:, lh y.l' .'.i to
thrust rainccat, rubbers cr n-zlz,
and. save' freQuentf 'c;c-!.y:T cf tha
lock. ; ; -
Careful planning cf tha dally pc.v:J
ijle fwill save -mach cxr :r.o. Th ra
are free days for all 'galleries. Writ-
terms. " It Is not aUaj.i chei' tj ;;d
to .the cheapest ; places. ; Every fcjf
mile of, distance from' ths center 'cf
thinga lowers the prieo of lOvI-lr j, l it
raises the transportation and tha
time spent In going and cc:r.'r.7. Ia "a
are the banks, the traveling ccnclM
and the shops. . To to wlthSn'c .-y
walking distance cf ycur r.eney tzl
mail, saves both tlir.a and Tzzzy,
. In London the teU er. i trzczi cca
tral locality for rcascnat! 3 tcsrd 13
In those streets andl riuarr.i ccntlru
ous to the British museum: Mcnte-iia
street, Russell square, etc. Ia P;:r'.3
you may find good beard at five ral
tlx francs a day near Laxer.tcur. or
the Trocadero, but if "you aro wzi
y ou . will. ; pay ef gh t or . ni n e f r t n rn
somewhere .between the "boulevards
anothcrin certaih dfeGnite zone, and
euch n agreement would havp no
binding fnrrA 'nnnn .unv nthr ration
not a; party,, to the agreeraeat.
Thus It is pointed "out that it could
hot - materially affcxt the status quo
In China or even" In Manchuria or
Jlongolia, so far -ea concerns tfcb
maintenance of the open: door, and
the .right of America, Great Britain,
Germany ; or: France .to exercise, the
same ? nrivlleces 'or rlchta fhpr na
Japan or - Russia.' : :-
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