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Four Fights for Supremacy in
Republicans Are Decided
on .Their Merits
With but four fights for supremacy
in the various precincts the Republic
ans held their primary elections Sat.
urday afternoon, naming complete
lists of delegates for the territorial
and county conventions.
The contested precincts were . the
First of the Fourth, Fifth of the
Fourth, Ninth of the Fourth, and
Njnth of the Fifth. .
In the First of the Fourth,, the
Berndt ticket was victorious, Dan Lo
gan, who beaded the opposition, win
ning a place on the tiekeL
In the Fifth, of the Fourth, the Bal
lentynenlcket went through with a
wnoop, although Jack Lucas was elect
ed. . - . - -.
In the Ninth of , the Vourth. Super-
visor Murray was .overwhelmingly de
feated, the Crabbe-Fpgarty combina
tion - winning, with Fogarty endorsed
as supervisor to succeed Murray. .
In the Ninth of the Fifth, Sol Mahe-
iona played horse With the oppositidn
headed by Eddie Moreno, ami sent a
solid delegation to both conventions.
-The return from.annajorlty of, the
precincts are as follows: '
First , of Fourth. , i
Territorial W. H. KaRImai, J.' P.
Rego. .i'-.. ....;'.
- County AfTonso, Bath, Berndt,
Bromley, Douthitt, Freitas Logan, fa-
kalena; Neipef. Tdwse, E. W.XJuinn.
Second of Fourth.
"Territorial John JCaimr;; Carl Wide
mann, Cecil Bfown; Charles K; Ke
aloha.' : '
County Jas. H. Boyd, A. M. Brown,
K. J. Buchly,, Thos. P Cummins, I. K
Harbottle, Simeona K, Hao, V Eddier
Hunt, Daniel K. Kaeb, Sylvestet Ka
hikikolo, W. D. Ellsworth, Apold, J.
W. Keiki,? L K. Reiki. F. W. MaCfar
lane," A. SL C. Piianaia, John Nahao4
lelua, II.. H. Paoa, John T. Scully;
Third of Fourth. ' '
'. Territorial A. D.' Cooper, Ham? Bai
ley; J. J:.Gomes;'.Vm.- Malkai. . .
Counfy--F. Blake, C. M. Cooke,
W.' F. Dilliagham, Chasl- Bon, Geo. G.
Guild, V. T. Schmdit, A. H; Tarleton,
F. L, Waldron, Sam Nott, Ebeu P.
Low; B. von Damnv hasv Kupahu,
Henry . Hickey; J. : B. Enos, M. Rego
Souza, Joe Andrade,- JoSr Fernandez
Lewis, ;- -.'''if' ';v.-:f :: ' Aty
Fourth of Fourth.. I
; : Territorial R. X W.' Breckons, John
A. Hugnes, Wm. T. Rawlins, R. W.
Shingle, W. A. Bowen. . : ,
; - County G. . Angus, G. F. Bush,
LlVVE. BrowiC OJCoolLe Maouel
Cook, S. F. .. Chillingworth, John H.
Craig, J. H. Fisher, W. R. Farrington,
M. A. Gonsalves, V. H. Hoogs A.
Hocking, James E.. Jaeger; Hiram Ko-J
lomoku, Theodore F. Lansing, Joseph
Little, Joe' Richards, Fred C. Smith,
Geo. W: Smithy GUs Schumann, John
F. Soper, Phillip' ,L: Weaver, John- Wa
terhousei.' ;J''' -t" - ' '
Fifth of Fourth. ? 1
' County Charles G. Ballentyne,. Guy
H. Buttolph, J. Walter Doyle, W. W.
Harris, L. M. Judd, W. J. Karratti,
F.. D. Lowrey. C. G. Owen, J.. Lucas.
Henry P. Wichmatf, C. W. Ziegler, Ed
win HugheB, J; Av Kennedy, T. V. King,
E. H. Paris, p.v C. Scott, J. V. Fer
nandez, H. Al Giles, SWainv ; ;
Sixth of Fourths a, -:
Territorial-John Ayletf, Apaki Ma-
nuwai, John Kaauay William Purdy.
County Chas. ; Costa, R. Duvau-
chelle, John P. Metidiolav-Johhi M. Ke-aloha,-
Andrew I.- Brlght Henry Kahe,
Geo. Kawai. Henry P. Haiola, Jonn h.
Napapa, William"' Huftui, Job Batche
lor, Joseph1 iPaahad.i Joe Ale, Sam K.
MaloL Dick? Panaewa; John stone.
Sevtfnth of Foyrth
TerfitorialW P. Kala, W. K. Wil-
coti!A. W. Johnson.
iouatyCIas. G. Bartlett, Fred K.
Cockett,' J. C. Cohen, J. C.-Quinn,
Henrss'KIemme, Louis Kane, John Hilo
Jr.,? Sam Piaao Wm. Harbottle, Chas.
Oio,-John Kea; Gus Rose; Frank? Ma-
huka, Joe Kaaha: v
Eighth of Fourth. - . '
o Terrltorial-Ai D. Castro, S. S. Peck,
Av V. Peters, -A, - L. MacKaye.
' ; County-Vincent Fernandes, H. Per-
reira; Jasl T Carey, Lorrin Andrews,
Manuel J. Serpa, John F. Lewis Jr.,
.Major VV. R. Riley, William Lucas, J.
F. Eckhart, J. A. R. Vieira, Henry m.
Williams, Alfred L. Williams, E. L.
Schwawberg. Sam K. Nawelo, A.. H.
Ninth of Fourth.
County George Brockman, Clarence
L. Crabbe, George W. Dyson, Ho Fon,
J. K. Isaac, Paul J. Jarrett, D. K.
Kaeo, Jack Kahunakala, J. W. Ka
waipo, Moses Kekahio, Robert D. King,
LH. H. Kohler, Michael MaKaau, joiui
Marcauino, ixjugiass Musouiau,
J. O'Neill, Charles Opunui, Steven Par
ker, William K. Peters, Arthur J.
Spitzer, William F. Story, John T.
Tenth of the Fourth.
Territorial William Ahia.
rvmntv K. F. Bishop, M. P. Rob
inson. S. A. Walker, E. P.
John H. Wise. J. R. Souza
Twelfth of the Fourth.
Territorial John E. Goeas, A. K.
Keao, Jas. H. S. Kaleo.
County C. Bettencourt. B. H.
Clarke, S. K. Kaaumoana, C. A. Long,
Samuel Manu, A. Q. Marcallino, An
drew McCabe, F. C: Oliveira, A. K.
Fifth of Fifth.
Territorial Judgl Mahaulu, J. K.
Mahoe, M. I. Souza.
Countv and district Andrew Cox,
Oscar Cox, W. W. Goodale, S. K. Ma
hoe. Charles Kukea. Ruel Kinney. F.
G. Duarte. A. H. Perry, J. K. Kanea
pua, H. N. Kanihonui and Clifford Kim
ball. Sixth of Fifth.
Territorial C.eo: Kahula.
ivmntv r"! V Uirh.inlson. J. J
siundon. A. SL Simpson, S. Kila, J. K.
Kupau, F. Meyer Sr.
- BULLETIN, MONDAY, SEPT.
"J" "'- "IlillMII 111
' vVckryv depriessecl or are i
you filled witH vitality and
; energy . ,' V ' . 4 .
Health is tKeto&ida
. tion of success. :
Body should be staunch
tie best of food-tonics, is
tbe firm footing for Keaitbi!
Seventh of Fifth. - -
Terrltoriaf-Cieo.i F Reaton. V
,County-rDTO DouglasP-.E. -.XJxeen-
field, T. O'Dowda, Geo. F. Renton Jr.,
Joseph Fernandez, H. K. Meemano.
Eight of Fifth.
Territorial F. K. Archer, Edward
Mikalemi, C. Ht McNally, "p, Kama-
County C. N. Arnold. E. M. Crabbe,
John Fernandez, Louis Kekumano, D.
Kaohi, D. M. .Mahi, A. Waterhouse,
D. Makaena, G. W. Nawaakoa, RA.
McKeague, A G. Reiss, C. C. Ross.
E. M. Schoville, A. Souza, J. H. Travis.
Ninth of Fifth. ,
. Territorial E. J. Crawford, Haaheo,
Kaaf puaar ? 1 -: -
County--H. Alapai, J. P. Diasy L. J.
Feary K. Kaauwal, William A. Kane,
D. Kauahipaulo, J. M. Kealoha,; T, Ke
olaniil, : S. : Mahelona, Geo. Maluna,
Amoka MaWae, M. B. Pnnahu, Joseph
A. Maguire. - :
Tenth of Fifth.
, Territorial E. K. Fernandeas; Sim
eon Nawaa. s ;.?
" 'County-Harry Fransoiv Abraham
Fernandez, Bruce Hopkins, Eddie Hopkins-,
William Isaacs, David Kanuha,,
J. K. Nakookoo,- Manuel Richards, Jo
seph K. .WrighLWillir Youngv v -Eleventh
of Fifth., if-rV-
Territorial-HJohn'. C. , Lane,- ; Samuel
K. Paulo, '(: William Laa, Joseph K.
Kaaa, William (VAchl, David K. Kama,
Robert l Waipa Nagaran Fernandez.
County-r-S. C DwighL John Kanae,
Frank - . Fernandes, - Patrick, Eddie,
Drew, Benjamin a-ne' wAu"
can, Harry, j.rAuw, wunam w acui,
David K. Kama Robert P. Walpa, Na
garan Fernandez, Henry Vieira, James
Young, S, M. Pulehu, Wuu iv , oimer
son. . 7. 'i-.- "' '
Twelfth of. Fifth., .. " - ,.
Terrttbtiar-LoC Lane. . , l
County-rlienry Kanoa, A. S, Kalel-
opuy Walter Coombs, Harry Kahele,
Richard a LaAe. ,
Fourteenth of Fifth.. . " .. .
Territorial W., If. Crawford, John
iCTNoOey; CHaSg Crfatt.' Samuel "Ka
makaia, William M. Manuka. n
County Cnartes Kanekoa; D. P. Mc
Gregor, Cs iL Clark, Levi Kauai, Da
vid Notley, D. P. Kanhini, John Keola,
D. JL Akwai, Henry Kekahuna, John
C. Anderson, .William H. Keawe, " J as.
K. Kulike, A. K. , Vieira; 0eoi Kao
lopa, E. LC Sharratt, Edward Town
send, David Kunukau, David Hinai,
John . Kekaula. ' i. .' . ' k ' .' I ; ' ::
1 f - - : .fii
The! beginning of rbugh-andHUni-ble
fight between two prominent Kai
muki R publicans furnished a sensa
tion in the primary' election out" at the
First precinct of the Fourth district
Ed Towse and A. F. Clark were the
participants in the fight. According
to one version of the story, the row
arose primarily over the fact' thai
ClaTk called Towse a liar, and the
same story has it that the 'trouble
came up over an article published sev
eral weeks a,go. It is said that this
article teld how a Kaimukl voter, Lar
sen, had said at. a Republican pre
cinct meeting that -be was a Demo
crat, not Republican; Thia little
idelight, taken more as a joke than
anything else, appearing in print caus
ed some feeling, and Clark is said to
nave iitbuaru lunac iuk ooiuiua;
furnishing the. information about the
meetine to the newsnapers. Towse
replied that he had nothing to do with
it. and words were bandied back and
forth. Then, it is stated, Clark passed
the "short and ugly word" and Towse
responded with a couple of stiff
swings and followed with a couple
more. The affray occurred at the
polling-place and bystanders parted
the two men quickly. Both regretted
the loss of their tempers and today
the incident seemed likely, to pass off
without further hostilities. ,
Towse led the ticket ia his precinct,
although his name was at the bottom,
and friends of his declare that this
shows his strength in. spite of state
ments from other pre
was going outside the First to mix
into politics, statements, by the way,
which Towse and the others mention
ed with him deny in toto but which
were affirmed just as vigorously.
Jim Crofforth, the prize-fight pro'mO'
tor and Billy Nolan the prize fight
! manager had a fist fight in the Olym
pic Chit over puglistic matters.
For Infants and Children.
rha Kin You to Always Bcught
?iKi:uture of C
REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE
DISCHARGE. OF NfTRATE OF
t SODA,- SULPHUR AND OTH ER
I SIMILAR MATERIALS UPON THE
WHARVES OF THE TERRITORY
OF HAWAII, AS AMENDED AU
. GUSTV2V l912.i c , .
2U Na nitrate of soda, sulphur, or
other, similar, materials shall b stor- of Hawaii,, oa 'the 9th day of Au
ed, awaiting transportation, upon any gust. A., U. 112, ia the proceedings
wharf within the Territory of Hawaii,
unless the same be packed sound
and non-leaky containers. All nitrate
of soda, sulphur or other similar, ma
terials so stored shall, at the expense
of the consignee, be under the con-
tinnous care of a competent watchman
Masters, owners and consignees
nitrate of soda cargoes,, sulphur
other similar materials must keep the
wharf , at all. times swept clean and
free, of any loose nitrate of 60da. su!-
phur or other similar materials during
the entire process of unloading and,
removing, the cargo.' No loose nitrate
of soda, sulphur or. xther similar ma
terials will be permitted to be landed.
In. all cases nitrate of soda, , sulphur
or other similar materials . must be
landed from ships in sound containers.
During jthe process of -discharging
or removing said cargoes, it shall be
obligatory on the part of the shi.o or
agents of said vessel, to provide water
containers of not : less than fifty (50)
gallons, each at intervals of . not' lee's
than fifty (50) feet apart with suit
able buckets' platfed alongside each
container; said. containers to be filled
with a solution of water and nitrate
of sod to bef used in the case of fire.
Any person or persons who shall
violate- the Abovr Regulatiofi' shall be
guilty of amlsdemeanor and shall be
subject to ; the. penalties as provided
by Section. S,: Act 163, of the Session
Laws Of -1911. v v'i ii:V; :-;v--.; t' -l;V.
; k f fi MARSTON CAMPBELL
Chairman,- Board of Harbor . Commis
sioners. . '-, : ...V - -v, '
EMIL A BERNDT, t
Secretary v Board ' of Harbor Cbmmjs
sioners . ' ; ' : .;" ' " v
; Adopted by. the Board of Harbor
Commissioners on August 28, 1912..
k:.) . . -r "..- .. 5327-30t x - ;
- ".. .. , '.' . - i
NO. 7t1. ,f ;i
f r r rpcot Vfrri W &arti nf
5m2 tJ22S hSH
I is hereby - appropriated out of ill
moneys ro the General -Fund of the
Treasury for, an account known , as
Maintenanctf Of Roads,
trIct (Repaird to 6tn' Avehue).
y.-ni EBEN P. LOW,
' - .;.. - f ::yy --iSnpervlsor.
Honolulu, September 6, 1912. 7
' At a regular adjourned meeting of
the- Board of Supervisors of the City
and County of Honolulu, held on Fri
day, Septeniber- 1912. the foregoing
1 r J t . ,,rr -
and, ordered tot urtnLotiitlie Allowing
.vote of the said Board: ' :--:n-. v , ....
: Ayes Amana, ArnoldDwighL Kru
ger, Low, MeClellan, Total, 6v 1
1 Noes None.- - ;-
y Absent and not votingMurray. To
taLX:vvV's-ty;;-vr : ;::V
, , . E. BUFFANDEAU, j:,
Deputy City and County Cleric-:
I: ; , , . , , 6335-3t y ' ' ; V
RESOLUTION NO.' TOSw-
BE IT RESOLVED by the Board 'of
Supervisors of "the City and County
of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, that
the sum of THIRTY-FIVE HUNDRED
(83500.00) DOLLARS be and the same
iar hereby , appropriated out of . all
moneys in the General' Fund of the
Treasury for an account : known as
"Mainterfance of Roads, Honolulu Dis
triet (to be expended as per report
No. 2500 submitted by the Road Coin,
mittee and adopted) : ; " p -,
- Presented by s . - f ,
i, ,,v ' . i EBEN. P.. LOW. I
Honolulu, T. H., August 30, 1912.1
At a regular . adjourned meeting of
the Board of Supervisors of the City
and County of Honolulu, held on Fri
day, September 6, 1912, the foregoing
Resolution was passed on first reading
and ordered to print on the following
vote of the said Board: : . .-t-,
: Ayes Amana, Arnold, DwighVKru
ger, Low, McClellan, Murray. Total, 7.
Deputy City and County Clerk.
beaiea lenders win be received at
1 v -rf v rf
Clerk, Room 8, Mclntyre building.
unui p. m. on. me-iuca aay 01
September, 1912, for the following, to
SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE ISSU
ANCES OF A MUNICIPAL RECORD
OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF
HONOLULU, IN ACCORDANCE
WITH ORDINANCE NO. 140.
Bids are invited by the Board of Su-
pervisors for the preparation and dis-
.ration of the municipal JlnSUUi,
Bids may be offered in the follow?
ins forms: . ,
1. Cost of printing 1000 copies per
week, of a Record of size as per sam-
V. ' : tPle which may be seen at the office i
cincts that hef - tho f,stv . nn r1 . rrn I
13 em, 8 point; single leaded and
quality of paper.
2. Price per inch for printing in
papers of general circulation the same
matter, and providing fifty copies on
separate sheets for departmental use.
The Board of Supervisors reserves
the rights to reject any or all bids and
to waive all defects.
D. KALAUOKALANI JR.,
City and County Clerk.
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GUARDIAN'S SALE OF
In accordance wita a certain order
made by , the Honorable Wm. L. Whit
ney, Second Judge of the Circuit
Court of the First ClrcuiL Territory
entitled, "In re Guardianship of Kr-
nest cummrngs, a minor. Petition for
Mcense to Sell Minor's Real Estate";
NOTICE IS H EREBY G I YEN that
the real estate belonging t9 said
minor, and more particularly herein-
after described, will be sold at public
. j auction to the highest bidder at the
of r auction rooms of Jas Morgan Ca,
or Ltd., Honolulu, on 1
SATURDAY,- OCTOBER 5, 1912,
at 12 o'clock noon of said day . ?
Terms: Cash Jn United States gold
.coin ; deeds at the expense of the
purchaser. , ,x
; The property to be sold as aforesaid
consists of all the right, title and In
terest pf said minor, being an undi
vided onfreigbth interest in and to all
the lands situated in the Territory of
Hawaii, described as follows:
1. Land at Mokauea, KalihL Hono
lulu, being a portion of Apana 4,
Award 6450 to KAumohua for Moeho
nua, conveyed to C. E. Cummlngs by
deed of T. B, Cummlngs , dated July
30, 1S91, recorded in Uber 84, page
" 2. Land at said Mokauea contain
ing an area of 6290 square feet, being
apportion of Apana 4, Award 450,
conveyed to W. H. Cummlngs by deed
of Kapule dated May 23, 1891, record
ed in Liber 130, -page 364. V. '
2. Land at Kaluaauau. Kallhf afore
said, containing an area of 4.2 acres,
being a part of Apana 1, Grant 2924
to ; Richardson, conveyed to Clarissa
E. Cummings by deed; of James I.
Dowsett dated August 1, 1893r re:ord
ed,ln Liber 141, page 352." V ' - ,;
4. v Land :- at Keonepanee, Kalihi
aforesaid containing an area of, 7.6'J
acres, being' Apanas 1 and 2 of Grant
2921 to Joseph, Sllva and conveyed to
Clarissa E. Cummlngs by deed of Ade
Ha C. Widdif teld dated March 16,
1895, and recotdeo! la'Libeir 152, page
6L .Land at Kalihi '.aforesaid.: con
iamiPs a are or j.43 acres, oemg
described in Grant 2919, and
t0 Mrs. C. E. Cummings by
I deed of Keliikuloa dated 'March 4.
U95. and recorded in Liber 152, page
taining an area of 3.43 acres, 'being
6". - Premises at Kalihi aforesaid, die-
scribed la U C: A. -10498, R. P. 3545,
and conveyed to C. E. Cummings by
deed of Lau Chong dated January 17,
11895 recorded in Uber 152, page 237,
dated May, 6,; 181)5. and recorded fa-
Liber 154, page 206,. and conveyed to
W, H. Cummlngs by deed of W. C.
Achi dated January 20, 1S31, and re
corded In Liber 195, page 332. ' y
7. Land on Kamehameha IV Road In
t Kaluaopalena, Kallhf aforesaid, known
T Three Four Fifteen Sixteen
B "-ois iuree, out, nteen, bixteen,
Seventeen and Eighteen of premise 3
tdeseribed ftr Roysr Tatest CSirLva
A. 1204 to Kahola, and being a portion
of the land conveyed to W. II. Cum
mlngs by William C. Achl by deeds
dated -January 19, 1899, and March 21,
1899;. and recorded in Liber 1SL- page
1, and 194', page 53.' -
Land at Kalihi aforesaid, de
scribed In Award 8o.F. L., Royal Patr
ent 2076 conveyed to W. H. Cum
mings by; deed of Andre" Antone De
Cruz dated January 6, 1898, recorded
In Liber (177, page 53.
9. , Land on N." King Street, Hono
lulu aforesaid, being Apana I,. Royal
Patent 1226, Award 933 conveyed to
Clarissa E. Cummings by K. IL Ka
lekou by deed dated October 20, 1893,
recbrdecT in ibef .141 pagd .455
. 10. Land - In Palama Honolulu
aforesaid, situated on the Ewa. side
of Asylum Road near N. School. Street
known as Lots Two, Four, Five and
Six in , Block A and Lots Eight-to
Twelve inclusive of Block B of Emme
Iuth Tract as shown in map of Robert
W. Wilcox' on file in the Circuit Court
of the First, Circuit in. suit of Lylff
A, Dickey .vs.; William C. Cummings, et
al, Equity No.: Ii85, being a portion
of the. land described in Royal Patent
6967,- Award 4034 , to R. G. Davis and
conveyed to William- H. Cummings by
deed of John Emmeluth dated August
9, 1899, recorded in Liber 195 page
355. ' ; : ;; i' .. . .
11. Land at Kanewai, Manoa, Ho
nolulu aforesaid, containing an area
of 7.44 acter, being the land described
in Royal Patent 4972, Award 1748' to
Ono, conveyed to . W H. Cummings by
deed of D. Puhi dated October 19,
1899, recorded in Liber 200, page 150.
12. An undivided onefifth interest
in Grant 3693 to Kaluawaa; Manoa,
Honolulu aforesaid, y J-.... y
13. . Land at Kapaakea, Walkikl,
Honolulu' aforesaid, conveyed to Wil
llaia'II. Cunimlngs by deed of Samnel
M. Kaaukaf and Jane C. Kaaukai dat
ed January 13, 1898; recorded In Liber
177, page 98, being a portion of prem
ises described in Apana 4, Royal Pat
ent 3829. Royal Patent 6658, Award
1272 to Mauele. :
14. Land at Kiki,. Kamoillill, Ho
nolulu , aforesaid;, conveyed to W. .H.
Cummings by deed dated April 27,
containing 1;10 acres, being part' of
Award 1360, Royal Patent 720.
. 15. Four lots- containing an areaf of
3.53 acres, at Waiaka, Walkikl. Hono
lulu aforesaid, being a. portion of
Award 9001, Royal Patent 4184, de-
Hh 7, , " ,i' w Vr n,,Zvi
scribed in deed to W. IL Cummings
dated January 29. 1898. recorded in
Liber 176, page 268!. .. y
16. Land at Piliamoo, Waikiki, Ho-.
noiuiu aroresaid, containing an area
of 3.38 acres," being, a portion of land
described in Award 1274, RoyaL Pat
ent 4932, and the same land conveyed
to W. II. Cummings by deed dated Oc
tober 9. 1897, recorded la Liber-173;
17. "" Land at Maulukikepa; Kamoill
ill, Honolulu aforesaid, described .'In
Award 5240, Award 5364, Royal Patent
3579, containing an area of three acres,
conveyed to W. H. Cummings by deed
of Akiune dated August 6, 1898, re
corded in Liber, 183, page 300. v ' .
18. Land at Kamoiliili. Honolulu
aforesaid, described in Apana 1, Award
1275, Royal Patent 4634 containing
five lots, being a portion of land con
veyed to W.-1L Cummings by, deed of
March 30. 1833, recorded in Li.
page 213. - y-
19. Lamf at Peleknnu, ls .
lokai. County of Maui, descr;
Royal Patent $549,; Award C
PehL containing an area of 5
2 roods,-10 perches, conveyed t.
issa K. Cummings by deed cl
Cummlngs dated July 30, 1891, r
ed In Liber 133, page 155.
, 20. .Land, at, PoiaikL Lafc-;
land . and County Of . Maul, x
to William H. Cummlngs by c
If. Torbert and wifd dated Ft
10, 1899, recorded In Liber IS. ,
344. being part of the land dc
In Apana 4, Rbyai Patent 25,'.
364. - .'
21. Land at Lahama afore:
scribed In Award 4QS, Royal .
1 23, conveyed s to Clarissa U.
mlngs by deed of U., N Isent
ed December C, 1834, recorded 1 .
152, page 259.' . :-
22. Land at Puako, Lahalr.
said, described In Apana 4.
5483, Royal Patent 6777, c
27 rods, conveyed: to Cl; .
Cummlngs by deed dated J
1891, recorded in Liber 133,
23. ' Land at Kaupo, Maui r
described in Apana 1,.
3063, conveyed to ClarUca :
mlngs by deed dated October -recorded
In Liber 133, pass I
Dated, Honolulu, . Septec:! -D.
Guardian of Ernest Cur.
Minor. . ' ;
For further particulars t; ;
,W..AIulI, attorney for J. A.
goonV guardian, Maooa C-i:
ner of Alakea an j llc:ctii
Honolulu. ' '
BY AUT H 6 "i 1 TY.
, TENDERS. ,
The time for receiving ar
sealed tend ers.by the Maui I.
Commisstou for the cor.nir
cording-to-' plans anl t; .
-'. v ' -
Four-room SchooluC-s a r
Maul. T. II.;
;.- 600.000-gallon Reservclr ry.
; Portion of Maul V.
yv Keanae to Maid;!;! C
has been postponed until
September 28,. at 10 a. d.
.-. V-.' : s w. r. ;
Vice Chairman,- Maul U :
y n!."lon. ;
' AZ LOTS -O fcy TO f
sale at Kalihi, ri: ; c
Street, near ths K;:,y.l :
Prices ran; t from t.
Liberal discounts w!!!
lowed for cash.
Terms ara very ess.
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y; '. y ' j
Lanil Cc.,: I
Everything the Scholar Nec
. . in-School Supplies
A'ti Ur.'W R LEIG H & C O
Hotel,' Near Fort Street
are made on th la ' : Lc:.l.
and New" York O Latj.
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