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- HOKOLTJLlf ' BTAIt-BULLETIN,' Wt)NESDAY,;NOV 61912. .
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HILEY H. ALLEN
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"V aY f tewlstliile Deiuocratic strength on
the:inaifilandwdp!ir withi conditions in Ha
waii; particularly on Oahu, that made for split
ticket voting, is responsible for the'aniaziDg re-
No single factor was resininsible for the Dcra
. octatie landslide in nation and territory, Wt a
. combination bfj factors - It is
On Oahui- i 'Deniocratie strengths was t no
inoro pronounced ,than the Kepublican weak
ness. : 1 1 was not so liiuch that Democracy i tsel i
v, on , as t hat Iiemocnicy Jiere" took alert ad van-
t go of Ik'publican wknwses and JCepublicau
ntitakes Even the inin6rXA'caless'iiof;'C''
I ,iign organization were instantly; turned to the
1 rofi t of the Democrat ic cand idatesi ti:
The; gplit-ticket voting on Oauwas due lii
I ;rt to the refusal of the voters
t 'a Kqmblicans they:; felt " were forced upon
It wjis due In part, and this refers more es
; dally to the vote for delegate, to ' the failure
i f 'the Itepublican party , here' to'; give; the ad
: inistration, a hearty iriAbreexiient aid to knit
2 administration strength -and the rest of the
: r(y Ktrength closely together.-; v Ql
Yesterday's voting certaiulx apixsirsto show
.t the many strong adherents of the adminis
.licu took a practical- :.waypf J renting -the
rt Flr.ns administered! almost continuously
: i ;i:;;bout the campaign rby the liepublicau
::ity and territorial ; organization ? i'Xur.
TI: e i: i ar-C allot in is glad ,to knowivho weyer,
t tl.-j- Democratic party has in he'jnain elect
tnclklates 'of good calibre and many of them
(' :::. vcung men vho should be a ciinlit to
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i;.! ; i .:pcr does cot .believe? that" the vote oh
ira fair estimate of Iv'uhioV strength" jh
i i -t i: v.i:;st JIcCandIc3 alone; underordi
. y ciix-uiarfar.ccs. '';Undoubt(lymanyiac3 '
.1 that McCr.n'.ll" "i s :vr:i ; urq of defeat ik&l
1 for him 'nui.Iy fuLM their idea of re
::;;o on Kuhio out of resentment for his; part
. tlj gulcraatorial - controversy. ; tlad there
culleti::3 Ac ELiCTior; rnoQuE::zD
Cll.Zl'.iUMt, Nov. 5. Ctxty cf
Tft 1721, and Hcctsvelt
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Z Afl FnAFiClCCO, CsU- fiav. 6.
: P;:i:velt C2, Vilssn CODtbs CS.
r;rV YORK, U. Y., Nov. 5. McCcmfc claims the stsfts f of Wains and
::r:y, sr.i ths solid south for
?1 TuAiCICCO,' Cs? Nov. 8. Hiturns: frcm three precincts shovi
is runr.lna'IO to 7 ahead cf Rcssevelt. --"v.--
slTC niVCR JUNCTION, Verrncr, cv. S.rtyJ townships 'out of
..2 nocsevtlt'.S,- Taft 2781, WiUon XlXivlt-X
CC3 MOINCS, la!, '.Nov. 5-Ctl mitts from six scattered - counties
r.:iLVAUKCC,' Wisi,': Nov. lCarly
.t v. : m an's s-'f rase . has been defeated In Wisconsin. - : ;
LC3 ATiGCLCS, Ca I.' The Cart newspapers, which" have been;
,:!s:tic for Hccrsvell-av a needed Wllscn's .tlectloni 'St w
CUFFALO,1' Hi YM'Nov.n bcr 5 Complete i returns here on the presl-C
-tlil eUctlon c've VVIUon tVC3i'ineseveltvW37,-Tn;;13:;-jA"v:5.':
OYSTCR DAY, N. Y Nov. 8v Roosevelt carried Hong Kong by a plur
;ty cf C32. . The vote stood Rocievelt; 510, Wilson7 21VTft e7.;t-; T
CAN TRANCtSCO, CaU: Nov. 5.
Lcs Anjtles precincts return Wilson
COSTON," Mass NoV.v-4n the contest for governor of Massachu
riis S1 out ef11C2 sUte-fwlncts fllve ; Bird ;41,423,. Foss . 78SC2, f and ;
CALTlMORE," Md, November 8, The flrsrtwb precincts counted here
!ve Taft 74, Wltfon S05,? Roosfvelti157." The same precincts In 18C3 fiave
Tift S41, Cryan 264. ..:r Vv
COLUMDUS, 0 h Nov. 5-Chalrman I Dougherty of i the Democratie
' rntrat Committee savsl The State of Ohio has oone Democratic
L y a large' majority.1
N CW VO R K, N Y. Wl lllam ,M. M combs,- chairman of the Democratic
N'lllonxl Committee, telegraphs that Wilton, has; carried Massachusetts'
ty tOQO and; Minnesota by, 25,000; ; ;y ,kx V k t v v'- -
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. NEW -YORK, N. Y -Nov. 5-BossTf Barnes, .the . Republican ; tnarv
f-er, has conceded that .Wilson wllf carry the State of New York by-from
i:-c0 to 150.CC3. .Straus, the Bull Moose candidate for Governor, is run.
ring third.. - . , r.., t v--. . , v : . ; - t.
NEWjYORK, N. Y Nov. 5-Tho
Committee claims returns at 7 p. m.
"asiachutetts,' Maryland and Maine.
routn to toul '216, leaving only, 50 m
' - 1? n m c. N. " V- No 1 vV 5 Com plete
rubernatorlal electloni give; Wllllam Solier; Oemocrat 1619,; Job Hedges,
- u-Hcan. 1 and Oscar ; S. Strau But! j Moose, 1051. ) The same town
ifiiiS cave DiV Democrat JM'rtlmson, Republican, T722.
SAN FRANCISCO, CaU Nov.. 5v--Wilson Is conceded to t have" carried
- ri states south of the Potomac,' and; Delaware, ; ; Kentucky : Maryland,
v-aehusettt and 'New. York. Apparently, West Virginia and Kew Jer.
-ra- alto In the Wilson column. The' electoral votes apparently total
-7 f-r Wilson, 3 for Roosevelt and 8: for Taf L Pennsylvania and Ohio
V-.-Mfui The interior of California and 8an Francisco are for Wll-
. "f a.iea County goes for Roosevelt. ; . ; 4
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. ..i.XM'KimER . 1 !l 1 '2 . been . fear that
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J Hawaii has
interests in returning a Republican to (ingress,
regardless of the
Gov. - Woodrow : Wilson' is a victor without
eveu'"a lanllfichtf;: i u-lk -J:- ujh:-. k
truly a Demo
When he was nominated, the; Star-Bulletin
naitl of him : : ;Woodrow Wilson w a presidential
i!andidate. of whom ithe Democratic, party ; may
belproudj'and in the country at large lie should
jomuiand a hea!vy vote.' Progressive liigli-mind-ed,
an; able exponent of t wentie-wnturyad-f
aiice,and nn able Ieer;ofevactuatei by
patriotie motives, )ie ''combing jileswi
iiderable practlciaT expencf How oocT ana
tidnal campaigner jWilsori. to be seen.
Persbnally, he is1 held' to be
able; ThereJ ja nothing- of the ? back-slapping,
arni-pumping type about the Nassau school master.'-
y'- Taft and Wilson' offer the. voters, of the coun
try conspicuous character and strength of judg
ment (from which: to ehoosev IawaiiV doty; is
plainly witlij Taft, whose stand on' the rlff is
so einpha ticallylthe 5 jsafety of Hawaii's indus
trial wel fare that wre thW territory
pate' in the' final; showing: ihejlo'yote fehould
be .unanimous!, i xKkt:-'i ?'
;C;Demdcracy"istqbe cohgrayated on its 're
pudiation of Hcarstism as expressed in Claris
support; 'on itsjopen'denunciatibn, of Big Busi:
ticks' control -J The'v battles bfvihe next?-; few
mbntW. will be Svatched ithCtrmVinteresL
;;We; see' no jbn; to,changer our estimate; of
:iiv Wilson; tHawaiitand;h
b ccauscj b f Taf ts aid in the fight t or thevsatm
tion ; of; Ilawaii; sugar Jndustryj vMrWilsbn
has declared that he will not allow . any - tariff
to swallow cer
revision tp 'disturb legitimate, business ; and i it
rciLiaias ia oe seen wueiaerviio . wm ur.wiu uuu
j Kobcovcit innde a good' fight, a gnsit fight,
tiii, Wiliii hid every ; strength of "personality;
df recordf a
vrcuclcr Lu; got
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frcm Pi-s S
S211 , f reclncta 'in this sUts glva
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First pretlnct cf i Los An;sle re',
- Taft' -V.;-
and Incompleted returns Indicate
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One hundred :and alghteen of 455
70,C57i Roosevelt C5,04t, Debs 1SS7,
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.New York " NatlChal i Democratic
indicate Wilson carries; Ne York.:
- This added to : 1J4 votea. of solid
ore necessary.-, rvi V v -
"returns from this town g fveh 1 n tha
McCandless mirh t U sent to
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MUIUIVU liiVSC: HVU1U IIUIC iUi I
jdone the. right thing, by; its vital
iembcf uUcyear; f ltjhc.
divided agaiiust lttelf; 2io
ALB EXIT .WATEKIIOUSB They
wanted a new deck of cards and they
. MAYOR FERN the people : turned
Democrats. ,They : wanted a change of
govenuaent. r , . ( ; ' frM:
i ED . TO WSE--Thl8 steering commlt
tee. system seems i to hare bogged
down somewhere. -- :. '''--' j . .." .'-"
PAUL SUPER Now that the; elec
tion : Is oyer a lot of our men will
hare time to get Into the "Y gymna
sinm and exercise something more
strenuous than the right of suffrage.'
; REV.. W. .B. OLLSON I' think; there
I popular v disapproval of the way
things have been conducted cleariy
sho wn-r-dli satisfaction t with -. party
methods on . the mainland ; and here
D; U WITHINOTON I did my best
in the interests of the Republican pan
ty. I v wrote ' to ; the - attorney general
of the United States to call off Breck
ons, in the interests of (he Republican
party, but he declined to do it The
result is evident , - . '' -'
EDWIN H. : PARISH am very well
satisfied. You have - heard" the ' ; old
song, "I want What ' I want when I
want iff I don't believe that the local
people really do know what they want
Further than that,-1 butted into poli
tics the wrong year.'.-: .-'?;v.'.: V'. V-
GEORGE H. ROBERTSON I am
too ;full - for, utterance.5. In -. the - first
place. 'I ask. myself how. the dickens
did it liappen. 1 1 -dont consider my
self an authority to express any opin
ion on , Just what will be - the effect
My. impression always has been that
Wilson would be a. safe man. i j ;
? A; E." LARIMER- Quite a number
ot fellows have expressed a desire to
hear Mr. 'Helser'aj.course. of lectures
on "Investments which : begin at the
Y M. C: A. tonight. It is- hoped that
all Interested will ,be present ; .at the
first lecture , which , will cover the sub
ject son local and mainland stock.
r R ,H TRENT-DIssatlsf action .with
the many years' of broken : promises
of the Republican' party v is'V what ; " I
deem the cause of the overturn.- The
people felt that they wanted a change
I think that: after two years of
Democratic.' administration,; Federal
and local,-the big interests here will
believe that the Democrats are' not
such bad fellows after all. .1
CHARLES F: CHILLINGWORTH
I was not correctly quoted in the Ad
vertiser, this morning..- I do believe
there was mismanagement lh the Re
publican campaign but as far- as Ku
hio losing because he did not make a
statement on the Frear "confirmation,
that I did not say. All of his friends
believed- that It would be inadvisable
for him to allow 'himself to be forced
into making a statement Kuhio owes
a good deal of ? his victory to ' Bob
Breckons. Boh Shingle, Holsteln, Lane,
Desha and others. ' -
LITTLB . IiiTEnVIBVS .
W. K FARRIKOTOX-I ! believe JL
J. Wirtz Is the man to be credited with
Shaping the organization which car
lied the Democrats to such a clear-cut
Tktory fnxonghout : the island; The
day after the Democratic nominating
convention I suggested to Republican
liMiInuar(rs. . "Kmd tour eve: on
Wirtx,! and the response was a sneer.' f rear wll continue to hold tfflce unUl
When it comes to the intricate detail March 4, or until sucb possible later
of fuecesxtnl political nDfgnization,'t4me as the new president miy select
"keep your eye on Wirts." Hell come his successor from the Democratic
as close to being the boss.of Honolulu ranks.
as any man now in uoiiuo vu cuuci
gide r -
W, 0, SMITH Here I think there
were variety bf rWona -fl U Ink the
so-called method of scratching or yot
ing for the best men is largely re
sponsible. Then there is the matter
of the banana campaign, as a great
deal was said about the Republican
administration Tiavlig cut the bananas.
Further; there watf the feeling among
the 'Portiigueseabodt the Punchbowl
lots;'; I think? that Kuhlo's attacks in-
fluenced a gobdhiany people." With!
regard to the mainland election. I be-'
Ileve thaf WlIs6nAIirmaka good
president . - ;
, SENATOR - A. C FV pUDD-rAs a M
publican I can say that I am sorry
things have .gone, as tney : haye , gone,
but t ato too good an'AcrwiCan to be
lieve that the country has gone to the
dogs. I understand' thit-the Repub
licans will have a workipg majority; in
the next house and; senate? and, with
the intelligence which the Democratic'
representatives , In v the legislature
have,- it 1 look to .me ' as though- Sae
Territory was f to receive fdrtthe i?rsl
time a legislature composed of (wo
parties fairly balanced. fI unden.!ana.
that there is not a lawyeriectedito
the house . front . ttahu, ;, and for thai'
reason especially r verrmnch tregret
Castle's defeat There is no fit chair
man for ; the; Judiciary-. committee
hat is on the presumption that: H"ol-
stein will again take the speake
M to the mainland election.'. I, beiieve
we are going to have radical changes
in the UrifT. The j-esponsibillty of : a
national administration' is boupa to
result - ini making-progress slowly ;
V-Cri.,..o--v.-.-vv;-V f' X
5 M. COITO, of Hawaii,; Is visiting in
the clty-' -' yryrm
' R. GILLISPIE, of ; Hawall,; Is regis
tered at the -Young. :; : . '-i
' F. CART WRIGHT, . late of the
Honolulu , School for Boys; leaves on
the Marana for a trip tq England by
way xl - Sydney. ;: r-iyXtH
W. E. BUCK;' of San Francisco ac
companied .by. J. , A.' pupk, are recent
arrivals In" the , city and ' are5 register
ed ".at the'; Young. v V:r:,r
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0 POrJIES AT BIJOUr
If you ; are down. ' arid ' out ;ln the
mouth - as the' result bf ? the Demo
cratic landslide t yesterday, '. take in
the 'Bijou theatre tonight, which, you
will find to be good antidote for
3 iiorris wTfestllng? ponies and
Join" iiedge'-wlll be -the center, of at
tract I c a at i that popular semi-open
air : theatre' tonights ;;'"';v
norrts snetiands and the coiorea
comedian," who is such ;a. greaUfavofr
ite with - the kiddies; - will be On j the
boards .for. three ; nights only,, during
which time they: ? will . extract.' sixty
laughs A minute r bjr- their ; peculiar
pranks. ;- TheylJusketebrs .Comedy 3,
which is ihe; greatest fCet 'of,. its. kind
ever; shown- hereywUU. be seen in a
new . turn These people", are .'enter
. Besides the' above a new": act; will
be. presented i by, Florence Raymond,
the ventriloquist who'use three man
nJkins in "her turn;: which- fs; replete
with comical-? situations. - An extra
ordinary program Tof -moving pictures
has been prepared by our local theat
rical impressario,: fBobl1; McGreer
who vouchee - for - the v.fact. that to
night's show .at- the. Bijout' will drive
away all election ; cares' tar. rather the
sting that attaches itself to defeat ;
EWA AND OAHU ISELL '
v. HEAVILY BOTH DECLIHED
; Despite the election,-; a considerable
volume of business, mostly in Ewa
and Oahu, ?s recorded! In today's stock
sheet,-but with a decline of a half
point in Ewa and one of, a; quarter
point in Oahu. Brewery is also down
a .quarter. Olaa has advanced a quar
ter point Pioneer and Vaialua are
unchanged. Sales v are ' as follows?
Oahu, 280 shares at 2.25; 80 between
boards and 100 on the board at 26.
Pioneer, 10, 5 and 10 shares at 300.
Waialua, 5 6hares at 110 Olaa, 5 and
20 shares at 5.62 i 1-2. Brewery, ' 5 at
22. . Ewa, 485 shares at 28. '.
The memory ; of Captain Cook has
lately . been honored at : the port or
Whitby,: England, by. the erection of a
statue there. ' It-was from this port
in his native county that the illustri
ous navigator first- sailed as, an v ap
prentice. The London Field oj Oct
12th contained ah -illustrated - article
on the Cook memorial in Hawaii, com
piled by F. Cartwright; of the Hono
lulu Schools for Boys.
V MANOA Fine residence lot,;55X sq. feet,
rt Several - other? choice properties, t
' NUUANU 40,000 tq. feet In th upper, cool part of the valley $1750
? OCEAN VIEW Modern Home -with all conveniences f. ....... . . .$3500
ANAPUNI ST Modern Vz story house . . . . : t. .V: .... . . .... $4500
Modern artistic Bungalow ; ...$4850
vYOUNG ST. Residence lot, 12981 sq. ft $2
PAW AA Modern AVZ story house ....$4500
"AULD LANE -3 bedroom house ...li $1750
GUAEDIAN TRUST CO., Ltd.f
(Continued from Page t)
Before election It was common talk
that L. L. BIcCandless already was In
line for this Job, In case he was de
feated by Kuhio at the polls. . In the
last few days; however, a number, of
other names have appeared in these
discussions, one of the most frequent
ly mentioned being that of Attorney
W. A. Kinney. Other names selected
at random from among the Demo
crats for the position have been "Dea
con" Trent; Gilbert Waller and : Judge
Arthur 1 WilderrIn addition .'. to V thu
honor and responsibility this Jobcar-
1 1 also, is generally , t thought r.no'T
that Territorial Secretary Mott-Smitli,
whose , resignation ; was . accepted by
the President a ccuple of days ago,
will hold over with the administration
' untirMarch' 4Al
Below is given "a list of the offices
whioh are, generally regarded as poli
tical patronage, in which' the Demo
cratic -. administration : v may makq
changes, with the salary of each:,
Territorial Secretary, appointed by
the President $4,000. . , r
U. 8. District Attorney; $4,000
'llh a Marshall, .33.000. , f ' ,X'
K V. s; Postmaster. $3,o6d;:'v;;.
iU. -3. Collector of Customs,' approx
imately $6fl00.V ;;"''' .'-;':..'-;,:'-:-;
I iV S. Collector of Internal Revenue:
-VAIso the following - heads of -Territorial
departments. 1 appointed . by the
Governor; ' :.' -;:
.Attorneyr .General. $420b.1-3v-:?'fir
Superintendent of Publio. Works,
$4800.- .v . ::-'.-1';;r-;
Auditor, $3600.' ' - r
Treasurer. $3600.1: &&tW$'0t-j
;' Land. Commissioner, $36uU, ' J " s
. These, ! commonly known,? ; as ; the
Governor's cabinet, are hot compell
ed to resign, though they usually ' do
unless urged by the incoming- execu
tive to retain their offices. An in
stance, of this was the' case of Judge
Kepoikai.'-Territorial; .Treasurer un
der Governor Dole, and who remained
in office after George R. Carter took
the gubernatorial Job under President
Roosevelt r Carter v was t unable to
drive Judge Kepolkai from' the office,
though the latter- finally consented to
oult the position when appointed Cir
cuit; Judge."' It - is the unwritten law",
however, for the beads of the depart
ments; to; tender their, resignations to
the "Incoming Governor. .'1'-, 'v-,
VWhili the appointments of all the
Judges, ; in the U. ' S.- districtr court, su
preme court and circuit courts,: , are
made by the president, hone of; these
are , regarded as political off Ices. They
cannot be - removed - except ' for: good
and sufficient - reason and moreover
the appointments are invariably made
regardless of political' leanlngs:iThe
president appoints the Judges on rec-
commendations, Tpt-ct.ety tv " 1 ?
; Association t: J' scilln -"
governor, orvon the advice of both.'
An interesting feature of the -pres
ent situation is Hawaii's' position u at
Washington, D. C-; Many Care t pre
dicting that, after all, the recent in
vestigation; by Secretary of the Inte
rior Fisher will come to naught He,
like all the other cabinet officials un
doubtedly - will - be removed from 1 c f
flce, and ajnew secretary will .asiur.e
the burden of the territorys destinies.
It .Is deemed possible that Fisher may
make; his i recommendations on ': the
proposed ; public utility ; commission
and other changes in the .Organic Act
t and that this work may be taken; up
and disposed of to a certain extent,
before .thenew administration': comes
into: power, i One . thing is considered,
certain Hawaii will lose a staunch
friend at the national capital if Fish
er is, relieved of his office.
- In the talk on the streets today
candidates ; for" many; of the Territor
ial '- departmental r head , have " "it been
mentioned. -For Instance, the follow
ing : have been suggested for the of
fice of Attorney. General? J. Light
foot," who' has Just been defeated for
the ; office Tof 'county attorney ;-W.,W.
Thayerr Judge -W. S. Eddlngs 'and
Harry ' Irwin, of Hiia i ; - -
y?: W. Harris, whose sudden switch
from the Republican to the Democra
tic ranks 'was a' recent sensational
development in the campaign, ' . jand
whose particular sore spot Was said
to be the Governor's failure,; tq ap
point, him -as Superintendent of .pub
lic' Works," is regarded as a possible
applicant- for, the Job that H-.K.Sii
hop aS8ummed only . last Monday. ; '
MALAYSIAN RUBBER li
CROPS FOR OCTOBER
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Cabled; advice to The Waterhouse
Company; Ltd. give the following fig
ures of the October yields of the two
rubber companies In which that cor
poration is interested in the Malay
States: . VAv- -Z ' - 'i , .
Pahang Rubber Co., 6582 pounds. '..
' Tanjong , Olok Rubber Co., 6192
pounds.- A : :
Both are . very satisfactory " in
particulars apply to N
JUDD BUILDINQ,,, : .
UST and Moisture arc I severe i tests tor
: any ".watch, and
Bul not the Howard Watch ,The
Howard's perfectly adjusted mechanism and "
special case are equal to every test;rv 3 '-:SJ.
The' Howard is
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It takes a mother to explain that if
it wasn't for the other pad boys her
".Willie" would be an angel, v
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Kai m ukl . .....'..'... .
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. Nuuanu Avenua .. f..... . .
-Pacific H el;ht " v2 .V.V.) . iV.
CclJs; Hills ;
. Ala i.;crni cnJ Lra i.ca.....
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Kaiihi .v... V.V.V..'..".
Matlock Avenue . . .; .
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. v7jrinA jcv3L:iY co., L'd., . . ;.
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; PALOLO; HILL: House and 'two lots
' $500' down; balance in installments.::
HOBRON AVE:; $6000 Property .... ...... 1.. ,.r. $4000.00
PALOLO VALLET; Acre Lots ". VrV;. v.$ ''5000
OCEAN VIEW: Kaimukl Avp. and 16th A ve 3 lots . .$1450.00
OCEAN -VIEW: Reservoir Ave., 3 lots ... . ; . . i h $1650.00 ; .
OCEAN VlEWf 15th Ave:
OCEAN VIEW: 15th Ave. and
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