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BY AUTHORITY.
LEGAL NOTICES.
CORPORATION NOTICES.:
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FURNISHED.
House on Green St.,
Two Bedrooms;
$45 per: month
House on KewaloLSty
Three Bedro oms
$75 per month
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t24 BETHEL STREET
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ATTORN EY AT LAW :
KapioUni Building Honolulu, f, ,H
E. G. Duis'enberg
LOANS NEGOTIATED
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' 76 nercUii St. Ftc;s 3013
Dishon
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: Estimates Furnished on Bulldlnga.
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' , . - ' " - Rates Reasonable.
160 Hotel SW Oregon Bldg. Tel. S58I
DRINK
filay'sOIdKona Coffee
' 13 EST IN THE MARKET" -v
H E H R Y" M:A YM C O.
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30U
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Crossroads Coolisliop, -
Crown' & Lyon CW Ltd. . ' ,
ALEXANDER YOUNG QUILDINQ
'Everything In Cooks"
ORANGE BLOSSOM CAULi.
The Host Popular Candies' llade
:;.: on the Coast;:. vr? "
HONOLULU DRUG cdV LTD
1:24. Fort SL T1ephc.io-1-. .
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Cliao, Ro Frasibr
tany
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fhoae 1371 Kist Ct
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Insurance
a . . -THE
B.F. Pillingham Co.
f l1 ;. --' LIMITED y ,; ;; -
L General . Agent for Hawaii: v
t Atlas Assurance Company of.
London, New York Under
writers .Agency; Providence
r i Washington Insurance T CB.
4th ; Floor, ' v Stangenwaib Bfdg.
. .1000 FEET 'i-INCH
Garden Hose
Extra Good Value 25 FL $3.75
JAMES GUILD COMPANY
V EVERYTHING in FURNITURE
r Honolulu
Wire Bed Co.,
Corner Alakea and King Sts.
v Your attention is called to the fact
that -we have vjust received, by last
Fire
boat from the Coast, a large shipment the beak with a distinctive mark de
of the best PORTO RICO HATS. Reg- noting its owner. .
ular price, 5'; "reduced to 2.50. t '
THE LEADING HAT CLEANERS
No.0 Beretania St., nr. Nuuanu Ave.
V rJSLlX, TUiUtO . Specialist
MAUI LOAN FUND COMMISSION.
Sealed Tenders will be received at
the ' office of, the Mauj Loan Fund
Commission, at Wailuko. Maui. T. H
until' Saturday. September 14. at 10
o'clock a. ""in., for constructing, and
furnishing all labor, tools, equipment
and'material, except all' pipe and fit
tings, necessary to construct, in ac
cordance with the pl&ns and specifica
tions, a reservoir at Keokea, Kula, Is
land of Mau, T. H.of a capacity of
approximately 500,000 gallons.
Plana and specifications and other
information may be had upon applica
tion "to the Maui Loan Fund Commis
sion. Or at the office of the Superin
tendent of Public Works, at Honolulu,
T. H.
The right is reserved to reject any
and all jbids.
1 4 Tenders must be made on forms fur
nished by the Maui Loan Fund Com
mission and must be accompanied by
a' certified check amounting to not
less than 5 of the amount of the ten
der, v v .. ; - -"
- ,4 W. F. POGUE,
Vice Chairman, Maui Loan Fund Com-
mission.' v 6312-4w
MAUI
Loan h fund commission.
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' Sealed Tenders will be received at
the office of the Maul Loan Tund Com
misslon, Walliiku. XuxOrT. IL. unUl
10 o'clock a. m.i Saturday, September
l4fot constnicting a One-Story Fralifle
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Building- to be used' as ' a schoolhouse
at Hana. MalilT. 'H.,Uo be built) for
the Territory of Hawaii, according to
plans and specifications, and under the
supervision of the Maul Loan Fund
Commission. . ' u-y
: Plans specifications and other, in
formation may be bad upon applica
tion to the Maul Loan Fund Commis
sion or at the office of ;the 'Superin
tendent of Public Works, it Honolulu,"
'ti; ' 'tf t :r' Hp-
V., The Uaul 'Loan Fund Commission
reserves' the right to reject any and
air.bids..- fti? ? : '-v.-: I "--;
.' Tenders must be made on forms fur
nished' by the Maui Loan Fund Com
mission,4 and must be accompanied by
a certified check in amount equal to
5 of the tender. ' t;
W. F. POGUE,
Vice Chairman-Maul Loan Fund Com-
MAUIv XOAN FyNDQOMMISS.ION.
. Vi-'-t. ! ? - : I nil.. .,. -r: T'fvl
' Sealed Tenders Swill be received at
the office - of - the .Maui r Loan Fund
Ppnimisslon, at Walluku, laul, H.,
until Saturday,- septemoer 14, at iu
o'clock a. m-, for constructing a road,4
laying macadamized 'pavement,! and J
furnishing ' all labor, " tools, and mate-:
rial ' for constructing f approiimately
20,000 feet of roadway from MaSrapipl
Gulch to Walaluaikl, 6n the Mauf Belt
Road System. ; , - , - v.--:'
Plansr specifications, etc.,' and other
Information , may- be bad - upon applf
cation to the Maui Loan ' Pund Com
xnlsslon, cr at the office of the Super-
f I Intetdent ofJlic .Works, at Hono
fiuiu, t. H." .::; .r- frtf&i
i The Iright Is reserved , to reject any.
and all bids.-vmv';
Tenders must be. made on forms fur
nished by the Maul Loan Fund Com
mission, and must be txcampanled bx
a certified check amounting .to -not
less than 5. of the' amount of the.
::rvj .- '-;',V...W. ? F. POGUE. J-
Vice Chairman,' Maul Loan Fund. Com-
a v mission..-- :. ; 5312-4w
SEALED TENDERS.
Sealed Tend era will be received, by
the Superintendent of Public Works up
uhtir 1 2 ' noon of Thursday September
12, 1912, for constructing Concrete
Building for the Honolulu Insane 'Asy
lum, .Honolulu; T. H." h V- :
Plans, specifications and blank
forms for proposal are on file In the
office of the Superintendent of Public
Works, Capitol Building. : - f:
;'i ; The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject any or, all
tenders.; ' ' 1 "-' '- ! v
j . : I - , MARSTON CAMPBELL,
Jv Superintendent-of 'Public Works.
1 Honolulu, August 20r 1912. ' ; ;
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POLITICAL NOTICES. "
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REPUBLICANS OF FIRST PRE
' v CINCT, FOURTH DISTRICT.
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V v ; Attentlonl
f JA new enrollment of the Republican
Club,? First. Precinct, Fourth District,
is being made. All persons eligible, as
voters are requested to enroll 'without
delay.) tThe roll may be found at; the
club headquarters In the Kalmuki Mer
cantile ';Cpl8; building, and will be
opened from 8 p. mi Friday, August
23,1912i, and thereafter dally betMfcn
the hours, of 7:30 and 9 p. m., uni.ll
Friday, tha.Sth day of September,, at
10 o'clock p. m.: " '
f j By order of Enrollment Committee.
u - - - - DANIEL IXG AN,
Chairman.
F. H. KILBEY,
a .... Secretary. . . 5322-13t
SCHOOL SHOES
"We are ready for your boy or
girlAhd will fit them with. the
best wearing and most comfort-
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO.
; a Fort Street
THAMES' SWANS.
The annual" swan upping on Ihe
, Thames ; in England was held last
' week,' says an exchange. Every year
a journey is made up the river and
i the ybungv swans marked. All the
swans on the Thames belong in about
equal proportions to the King and the
Vintners and the Dyers Companies.
The river and its backwaters and
tributaries were carefully searched
from Southwark Bridge to Henley and
all the young birds were marked on
IMiolo-Fngmilup of highest grade
run be serurcd from the SLir-UuMetlu
i'hote-Engra rlog riant
No. .222., TERRITORY OF HA WAIL
COURX OP LAND REGISTRATION.
TERRITORY' OF" "HAWAII'"! to II. a
CARTER; . MALTA KAH AKAUWI
: v LA GEORGE RODIEK; TERRI
TORY: OF HAWAir, by Alexander
Lindsay, Jr.,' Attorney General and
u: 58VS
COUNTY OF HONOLULU, by Jo
seph J. Fern, Mayor and President
of the Board-' of Supervisors;
b p. bishop; wifbop w. L
tn AfY?hnC ' and,MuUuhito,'wh6 died' July 30, was I
SSiZSJL, Uued today. .The servrce8 areto:b
i...iijvs, a petition has been pre- m 19 rVl rv,,,.,.,
iftiifin ti. v ii j . win De present. At 7 o.ciocK in tee
scSSland- following vening of tne 8ame day the elder
r Pdrtion of n p tat T ;n a iftftii statesmen, the peers, all the high bffl
An 10' ? 5 paw S n P i'iS forei represenUtlvea.
C 6mviKlLS whom will be Philander a
?S k nfii tJS?? i! Knox; American secretary of state, are
difH t l0liPa to assemble at the palace, from which
KSlXrp mlS l i theprocession will start at' 8 p.m.
NUUTOAra-x3Ml HONO- Emperor Yoshihito will hot Join ts
w,uu" AVENUE LAIML HONp- proce88ion, but will meet it on the
L",LV '9AV jAoyama parade ground.--The line of
i Beginning at a galvanized Iron pipe ' march, which will be lon& Is to be
at Ihe' Sbuth corner' 'of this Lot and Intertpersed with musicians, torch
on the Northwest side of Nuuanu bearers and officials carrying" emMems.
Avenue, the true azimuths and dis- Many priests also will participate,
tance? being' 63 00' 6p.3Vfeet from a The coffin of th6 emperor is to be
street monument in the 1 center of Nu-: drawn by a team of oxen. '-s
uanu Avenue to said -point of begin-jTo Use The Shtnt RituaL
tiing, an(Tf the co-ordinates of saidj 'Immediately after the arrival of :the
street 'nio'nument ' referred to Govern- procession ' at' Aoyaraa the funeral
ment Survey"Trig.''Station ' "Rose-1 service will begin and will include the
bank." tire' 1346.8 eet North and 357.6 ' imposing Shinto ritual. After the
feet "West, and running by true !azi-;' service the emperor will read a i trl
muths: . . .;.,.-. . : i bute to the dead monarch and this will
1. - 2i8 29' 170.0 feet along the North-! be followed by r another read-by: the
rt! 1 -west side of. Juuanu, Avenue to empress dowager, wrwhq will bes sue-'
a galvanized -iron pipe ; v jceeded. by the-ministers oftstate and
2. 128 23., "418.0 feet alons Lot 6 of others, the musicians' "Aean while .con-
; . ; '." the -Niplopa Lots to a galran-
. Ized iron, pipe; ,
3. 55 10' 95.0 feet to a galvanized
V lroniv pipe ; f ' 'V
4 318--32r 452.5 feet along Lot 4 of
the Niolopa' Lots to the point
of beginning. "'I " r
, Area, 56,880 rstjuare teeC i i
i 5 You are -hereby cited' to appear at
the Court of Land Registration, to be
held at the Citv and Countr of Ho.
nomlun the' 10th 'day. of September,
A. D. 1912. at. two o'clock In the after -
noon, to show
cause; lf'any!you have.
'of "said' petiUon should
"why the prayer
hot b& 'granted.-''And ' unless'vou' an-
-pear at. saltJ Court at - the' Uimfe: and
place hf oresa.id -your ' default will be
recorded, ; and the' said petition., wm
he taken -as-confessed,, and you v will
be forevet barred from contesting said
decree"
entered
thereon.
A '
i'vwitiiess
the.:. Honorable
W. lu
WHITNRYJudg
I4th day of 'August,4 Inther year nine
teen hundred and:twelve, i r::r:"
? i Attest with' Seal of said Court:
(Sealjl V "i JOHN MARCALLINO,
- rv.- : . ; '" . " ':. . . ;. .Registrar.; .
5315 Aug 15, 22, 29; Sept; 5
IN THE. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Fl RST CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
JOAO vBORGES, ; Plaintiff vsJAClN
THA DEESUSBORGES JXCIN
4 THA BOTEHJHO BORGES, MARLA.
: ATARAX;1 ' JOSE BORGES.V LUZIA
BORGES,-M ANOEL BORGESV MA
NOEL AMARAL and JOHN r AMA-
; RAL by F. SCHNACIv'thelr guard
- ian v ad- litems MARIA MEDEIROS;
MARIE RE1S,
FRED" RJ3S. JOHN f peflor Court, Is va '""phnosophic' sofcl
IS GEORGE HErS4ety,;?tBe jriembers : of - whibh? believo
i REIS, LOUIZ REIS
AND ADELINE REISr : by MARIE
- REIS, their guardian tid 'litem, De
' fendants.. .'. . . r ; ,.
The Territory of Hawaii:
To the High Sheriff of the Territory
of HaWaiCor his Deputy; the Sheriff
of the - City and County of Honolulu,
or bis Deputy: 4 ' r
Ybu are commanded to summon Ja
cintha de Jesus Borges, . Jacintha Bo
thellho.'Borges, Marie' Amaral, Jose
Borges, Luzia Borges, Manoel Borges,
Manoel Amaral and John Amaral by
F. t Schhack, their guardian jad. litem;
Maria " Medeiros; Marie Rels; Fred
Rels, John Reis Louiz' Reis,v Georgfe
Reis and Adeline Reis by Marie. Reis,
their guardian ad litem, to appear ten
days after service hereof, if they re
side: in the City and County of Hono
lulu,, otherwise twenty days after ser
vice,: before such Judge of the Circuit
Court of the First Circuit as shall be
sitting at Chambers In the courtroom.
of said Judge, in the Judiciary Build
ing, in Honolulu, to answer the annex
ed Complaint of Joao Borges.
And have you then there this Writ
with full return of your proceedings
thereon.'
Witness the' Honorable W. J. ROB
INSON, Third Judge of the Circui
Court of the First Circuit, at Honolulu
aforesaid, this 4th 'day.of April, 1911."
(Seal) HENRY SMITH,
''Clerk.
I hereby certify that the foregoing Is
a full, true and correct copy of the
original Summons which is now on
file in the office of the Clerk of the
CMrcuit Court of the First Judicial
Circuit f the Territory of Hawaii in
a cause entitled Joao Borges vs. Jacin
tha de, Jesus Borges et al.
Dated, Honolulu. July 18. 1912.
J. A. DOMINIS.
Clerk, Circuit Court. First Circuit.
5291-3m-Thur
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST
Circuit, of the Territory of Hawaii.
At Chambers. Jennie Lopes vs. Al-
! exander Antone Lopes. Notice of Pen
id er.cy of Libel. Upon reading and fil
ing Iibellant's motion and affidavit
showing that the address or residence
of said libellee is not known and that
libellant has been unable to ascertain
the same after reasonable inquiry or
search for more than six months af
ter the filing of the libelant's libel;
It is hereby Ordered, that notice be
given to the libellee to 'appear before
the Hon. Wm. L. "Whitney, Second
Judge, at his chambers in the court- !
room, of this Court in the old V. M. j
r' A RnHrlin in TJrmrtlnlii nn Sntnr- !
day. October 5. 1912. at 9 o'clock a. m.
of said day. and show cause wny me j
prayer of libellant for a decree of H- .
vorce may not be granted. Honolulu,
T. H.. July 25. 1912. By the Court:
J. A. UOM1MS, Cleric.
r.29t July 2.': Aug 1. S. 15. 22. 29
Gi..nniiAtin u. nB Rnlnf.
fi.ffpra . , .
.IEp:Gl";
' Imposing :. Arrangements
for
Funeral of Emperor of
Japan Announced
. J?i?'?p?: .if;ThSf ?fJ?I
tinning to play funeral airs.
'At the close of this service the 'Im
perial train is to leave for Kjoto, but
j Emperor Tosh ihltor and ' the' empress
aowager .win not travel on it. i ne
train is scheduled to arrive at the sta
tion, especially built atrMomoyama, at-
i 5.10. p. m .SepCl4, and a procession .
similar to that arranged from-the pal-
ace to the Aoyama parade grounds
will be held. Tributes to the empet-
or's memory win? bel1read "beside- the!;
i tomb. Further services are to be held
'Sept.' i5 k'nd ese'wllconclotle the;
'ceremonies:. 1 ',x;i mJVX
( Women to Watch Beside Coffin.
I .Preparatldns 'ln Tokid'for1 the fune
rar are1 complete. The coffin , of the
emperor - is to oe removea tomorrow
.irom tne namr.er m wnicnit is -to
.that prepared for -the final: lying in
state.
tonight the ' empress
dowager and' the court ladles and offi-
From ; tomorrow uhur ept; 12 Ythe
highest bffici als and prominent perso
ages wilt be permited to visit, .the
cnamDer.t
THOU SHALT NQT
SUPEl)RI,A WIFE,
TEACHES
.OrganizationExistsThat Up
v holds Failure to Provide,'
; Court Is Told r ;v.
s SAN FRANCISCO, August 12.--The
latest thing In the forftf'bf cults to
J come toUhe judicial, notice' wf the Si-
that a "husband Should not be corny
yelled to . upport his , ,wif e,4- but : that
the better "half t shotld 'he obliged Ho
make her own living. .That the cult
a rlarff TnpmhTRhim tfl this- m&P. :z
?iSniEti MURDERERS
L P.' Mogan this morning, represent;
ing Fannie E. Bergman, who is su
ing Joseph IL Bergman for divorce
on the grounds of failure to provide.
"You say . that your husband has
failed to provide for you, although
oix ihave- been: living in the'ysame
house for years?" Judge Moganasked
Mrs. Bergman while ; she waabnr the
witness stand this morning'
When Mrs. Bergmiin vrralied .Jthat
such was the case; Attorney Giilogley
arose to explaUi the tanomalous,situa
tion by telling of the ult which be
lieves that husbands should not be
compelled to support their wives.
Mrs. Bergman andher attorney; have
promised to proe " the existence of
the organizationfby documents when
the case again comes up for hearing
Mrs. Bergman is asking for $30 a
month alimony.
WINE IS SHIPPED IN
BIG GLASS BOTTLES
Tanks Each Holding 5050 Gal
lons and Lined with '
Glass'
ROSEV1IJLP;, CaL, August 14. The
Placer County Winery shipped wine
this week in one of the most unique
cars ever built.. Two tanks, each
holding "0."0 gallons of wine, were
mounted on the car, with room, for
the attendant to work between. The
tanks were made of Iron outside acti
lined with clear glass Inside.' In fact,
they were two great glass bottles,
protected by the iron cylinder on the
outside.
The tanks carried warning signs
not to strike with a hammer, not to
allow nozzles to strike the inside ,
nd not to get inside the manhole at.
the top with boots on. In fact rubber"
shoes were carried on the car to ac
commodate any one who had, to get
inside to clean the tanks. There are
only three or four of these cars
made, and they are to be given a
trial before they are put into gen
eral use for shipping liquids of this
class. The increased cost of cooper
age necessitates some substitute, for
the old method of shipping wines.
Durjng a Baptist revival at Fort
Worth Te , goO.OOO handshakes
werp gJven when 40,)Q converts Vere
offered lhe hand of Christian fellow-
ship by 1.00 church members lined
up to receive them. The receiving
lino was three. blocks long and music
was lurnisnen uuung uic- ceiwuwu,
which lasted an hour and a half.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
' Oahu Railway & Land Company.7
;v . . ,.,: : . -r Tr.t,-. ::.':
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Oahu Railway '& Lahd
Company 'has been' called for Friday,
August- 30, A. D. 1912 In pursuance
Qf fcn order, 6t the directors, and f will
be held .at the ' office. of The" B. F.
Dillingham Co Ltd., Stangenwald
building, Honolulu, at 2 o'clock p. m.
on that date. J " . .' "' :i
'v The . stock books of the company
will be closed to transfers from - Au- ?
gu8ts24.to 30; both dates Inclusive.,
u W: F. DILLINGHAM.
? Acting Secretary, Oahu, Railway &
Land Company. r . -
5323-AuV:4, 26,-27, 28. ;29; 30
SPECIAL MEETING NOTICE.
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- Kohala Sugar Company. -
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Notice; is hereby given that a spe
cial :i meeting "oL' the shareholders of
the Kohala r Sngat - Company Vwlll be
held at the office of Castle & Cooke,
Limited, - In Honolulu, on Monday,
September 9, 191 2, rat 9 o'clock a.m.
said meeting proposed amend
ments to the By-Laws of the company
will be offered for consideration,- v
x; ."iOw :;.;.T H. PETRIE, :
Secretary, Kohala' Sugar Company.
r v i 5324-l2t , ';-:..-
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,-y" , LEGAL NOTICES. V 1 .
.IN THE CIRCUIT-COURT OF,THE
First Circuit, Territory, of Hawaii,
At Chambers. In Probate. In' the ;mat
ter of the Estate of Louis M.' Toussaint.
late-of ?Visalia,-Turare County;- Statef
Calif ornlardecease(f., Order: otr Notice
of . Hearing" Petition for Admlnlstra
tlon.On Teadlng and 'filing thepetl
tion of ' Gllbet J. Waller and Henry
Waterhouse- Trust - Co.r Ltd., of , Hono
lulu, H.,1 alleging i that - Louis t U
Toussaint of Visalia, Tulare - County,
California, died n testate ' at; t Visalia
aforesaid on the 18th cay of June.A.
1 pt1912; leaving- property within the
iurIdictloh!'of thls'CouTtfiiecessary to
be i administered upcm;r 'and prayfng
that '-Letters - of : Administration lsue
td Gilbert J. Waller and Henry Water
house Trust Co., Ltd. ; ; It: ls"Ordered,s
that Monday, the 16th day of Septem-
beAJD;-!19127tat;d:6,clock; .m:,-- be
j amj .hereby' Is - appointed': f or -hearing
petition 4n the courtroom of .this
Courts the old Y1V M.I C.f A; '.building
in ; the City: and t County, of .Honolulu,
at ) which time-ani- place all , persons
'. concerned j tray aonear ; : and . shdw
cause If any they have, why said, petl-
ByithC!
Icourtfi-JOHNMARCALLINO. : Clerk.
First Circuit Court. -' Dated Honolulu,
AugusLJ912 iv'rw',w.
r -;r 5303-Aug., .8I; l5, 22, 29 .
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BUSINESS NOTICES.
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NOTICE.
X;..r'::-fl:.-.
JacoOrdensteln Vwill act for me
In all matters, t wlthi my full power of
attorney; 3 ' r . ''. " ,'
? f.T?(f, v , (Signed) AL E. S1LVA. f
5n" ;- . 'M.sis-im ::
.TRESPASS s NOTICE.
, Trespa8sejs '4 over . the Keaau lands
will be4 prosecuted; to the'full extent
.;..,
Dated August 27,' 1912; " - 5323-1 w
IRDERERS' 1
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ARE ELECTROCUTED
OSSININO (N.: Y.J, August 12.
Seven murderers werev electrocuted . in
Sing Sing prison today. This is : the
largest number to suffer the death
penaltjFty:.? erecfrtcity? pn one day,
since the electric chair was adopted.
Six Italians' and one .negro' were ; put
to deaths quietly within an ' hour; and
sixteenmInutes,V?:: --'XiPr:
N The. tondemned men were executed
iii the following order: John W. Col
lins, Lorenzo L. Call, Sal vatore de
Marco, Felipe de Marco, Angelo GIus
tc, Vincezo Cona and Joseph Ferrone.
Cona. .walked jtd the' r chair white-
lappd' and ktrpmhlinff.' and fta h kissed
the crucifix when the straps were be-j
ing placed atkout ,his body, he fell
over limply in' a dead faint.
AH the prisoners, with the excep
tion of Collins, walked Inter the death
i chamber protesting their innocence.
Collins came in smiling and seem
ingly happy, and did not deny his
guilt. He prayed on his knees at the
chair fof a -minute before", he !.was exei
cuted. " -' '..
"Giusto, Cona, Cali and the two i De
Marcos wereriConvictetrfbf 'the "murder
of Mrs. Mary Hall, wife of Henry
'Half, a superintendent of construc
tion on the ""Croton Aqueduct, in a
ionely farmhouse at Griffins cdrners.
in Westchester county, on November
9, 1911. Santa Znaza, the sixth mem
ber of the band of assassins, was ele
trocuted July 8th after he had" con
fessed in a letter to Governor Dix
that he had stabbed Mrs. Hall to
death. The others were 'convicted as
participants in the crime.
John W. Collins, a young Florida
regro, shot and killed Michael Lynch.
h New York City policeman, on the
morning of July 1,, 1911.' Joseph Fer
rone "killed his wife;, Kate, In New
York City. October 24. 1911.
OH, THAT WATERMELON.
A solid train of 55 cars loaded with
watermelons left St. Louis recently for )
Northern markets. Each car contain
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over58,000 on the train. No melon
weighed less than 30 pounds, and sev
eral weighed 60.
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