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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T.. Jl,. WEDNESDAY, MA11CH 28, 1908,
f EVENING BULLETIN
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
at 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T. II., by the
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lz months ..$ .60
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Is a true, and correct statement of cir
culation for tho week ending March
23rd. 190C, of tho Dally and Weekly
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Circulation of Evening Dulletln.
Saturday, Mar. 17 2418
Monday, Mar. 19 2172
Tuesday, Mar, 20 2168
Wednesday, Mar. 21 2182
Thursday, Mar. 22 2185
Friday, Mar. 23 2167
Average Dally Circulation 2215
Circulation of Weekly Dulletln.
Tuetday, March 20th, 1906 2365
N-imber of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone. ...1058
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SEAL March, A. D. 1&00.
P. H. BUItNETTE,
Notary Public. First Judicial Circuit.
.MARCH 2S. 190C.
Ono of the most brilliant men ap
pointed to office by Chicago's Mayor,
has given up the task. Ho openly an
nounces that It Is useless to try to do
anything for tho benefit of tho peoplu
under laws now framed for the wel
fare of capital only. Ho thcreforo
quits tho job and says ho Is henccfotth
a Socialist. This Is especially Inter
esting, as tho gentleman Is not poor
nor was ho forced to resign by othei
pressure than his own conscience.
AN EXCELLENT VENTURE
lleturnlng delegates who represent
ed tho Interests of the Territory before
Congress express a fair degro of con
fidence that the expenditure of revenues
os outlined by tho President will be
adopted, Tho matter Is In the hands of
friends nt Washington and It Is assur
ed that our people havo dono all that
can bo dono for tho present.
Hut whether this bill Introduced by
tho Delcgnto Is passed nt this session
of Congress or not, tho whole Territory
lias unquestionably profited by tho vis
it of tho delegation.
In tho first place, sending this dole
gallon, was a valuable cxperlcnco for
tho peoplo of tho Islands. It was an
education In doing public business In
n buslncss-IIUo way getting together
to make things move for Hawaii.
It is snfo to assume, also that the
mombers of Congress have obtained
moro Information and an additionally
favorablo opinion of tho Territory In
consequence of the work of thrso gen
tlemen. The venture has been a good
Investment for Hawaii from every
htaudpolnt. Tho only possible cause
for regret In tho future may bo that
doublo tho number at twlco tho ex
pense were not sent on. At all avonts.
the precedent has been set for appear
ing in Washington when measures of a
broad Territorial nnd National char
acter nro under consideration. It If
nn example, that will bo pronounced
good without qualification.
STRUGGLE FOR LIBERTY
History. Is forever repeating Itself, ir
not In one country, In another, ltcfrr
ence has, been made in these columns
to the repetition of French revolution
ary history iu the continuous Rim'.-in
cmurogllo of today. At the prnstut
time It srems Impossible that rnytlitns
but nnnrchy can come from Uio tcrrlllc
nnd apparently disorganized revolt of
the Husslan people. ct these oppressed
citizens are going through what prac
tically nil humanity has experienced
when throwing off tho yoke ot arbitrary
nnd corrupt absolutism.
Carl Schurz In his "Reminiscences
of a Long Life," deals with the Prus
sian revolution of 1848 In which he took
a leading part. Some of his descrip
tions of the condition of the people am
of especial Interest because they come
so clobe to describing Itussla ot today.
Schurz notes that In Germany the year
1848 has becu scoffed at as the "crazy
year." because there were so many far
reaching movements set on foot to be
followed by cruel disappointments and
catastrophles. He questions that the
German people were deserving such
ridicule. He admits that they did not
know how to carry out their plans, also
that the ropular movement was dis
jointed and In certain lights fantastic.
He sees every reason why this might
be on account of the severe political
guardianship under which they had
teen kept. Here bis description of tho
capacity of the peoplo appears to apply
with equal accuracy to conditions Iu
Russia as given from day to day. 114
They bad observed only from atari
how other nations exercised their right
to govern themselves and managed
their nctlte participation In the func
tions of the state; nnd those foreign
nations" the Germans had learned to ad
mire and perhaps to envy. They had
studied the theory of free Institutions
In books and had followed their work
ings tti current newspaper reports.
They had longed for the possession of
like Institutions In their own country.
But with all this observing. learning,
and longing and striving, the larger
part of the German people had been
excluded by the prevailing rigid patern
alism from practical experience In thu
exercise of political self gocrnmcnt.
They had not been permitted practical
ly to learn the real meaning o political
liberty, iney had never received or
known the teachings which spring from
practical experience and from the feel
Ing of responsibility In political nctlon.
Tho affairs of government lay outside
of the customs and habits of their
Uvea. Kree Institutions were to them
mere abstract conceptions about which
the educated nnd serious thinking men
Indulged In politico-philosophical spec,
ulatlons, while, to the uneducated they
only furnished political catchwords, In
the use or wntcn tno general discon
tent with existing conditions found
'"Suddenly after prolonged fermenta
tion, and following nu impulse from
abroad, tho German people, rose up In
their strength. Tho kings and princes
cow conceded everything that they had
refused beforo and tho people found
themselves nil at once In full possession
of nn unaccustomed power. Is it to ba
wondered at that these, surprising
changes brought forth some confused
desires nnd misdirected endeavors?
I Would It not have been more astonish
ing It the people had nt once clearly
defined nnd wisely limited their desires,
and promptly found tho right means
for tho attainment of the right ob
jects?" Tho question may be raised whether
Itusslans of tolay ore. as far advanced
as the Prussian revolutionists of ISIS.
That remains to bo seen when all the
blood has been shed and the final com
promise Is made between the autocrat
nnd the great mass of humanity clam
oring for clmple human rights.
qualnted with members of tho Kanvts
and Washington delegations and we
gave them n dinner at which they
pledged us their support
Just before leaving tho East I heard
from Mr. K. M. Hatch that Speaker Can
non had withdrawn any opposition ho
had entertained to the Hawaii refund
Report tn Merchants.
Mark Hoblnson. wlicn seen by a Bul
letin man, said:
"I don t want to say much at this
time, for e nro preparing a detailed
report of tho trip for presentation to
the Merchnnts Association and the
Chamber of Commerce, which bodies
sent us on this mission. I will bit
however, that wo havo received great
encouragement and I feet that the pros
pects for the passage of n bill giving us
tho ecnty-nvo per cent refund for a
number of years nro very favorable.
"Yes, I was one of those n ho went to
Now York and called on tho American
Hawaii steamship people In this
matter, also, wo will submit a report tq
tho Merchants Association. I think
the offer of tho steamship company a
good one nnd prospects arc good for Ha
Favoring Danana Export.
"I feel that the outlook In tch matter
of tho refund Is very encouraging," said
Geo, W. Smith, president of tho Mer
chants' Association. "When the dele
gation left Washington wo expected u
speedy report nnd n favorable report
from thu Houso Committee on Terri
tories. Conditions nnd needs hero
fccemed to bo properly appreciated. The
matter of n live or ton year term for
the payment to Hawaii of sevcnty-lho
per cent of tho Federal revenue here
rwns talked of. Wo may get either five
or ten years of tho refund.
"Tho matter oi tho proposition of tho
American-Hawaiian Steammilp com
pany to build a boat for the Houolulu
San Francisco run Is matt Important. I
do not know what action the Mer
chants' Association commlttro here
has taken, but I, for one, am heartily
in favor of tho steamship company a
Idea. The company's plans fur tho new
Furnished house, Pacific Heights.
Four Bedrooms $7S 00
Emma 8L . 30 00
Qandall Lane 25 00
LCor, Young and Aloha Lane... 18 00
Cor. king and Aloha Lane .... 20 00
Valklkl Deach 40 00
College Hills 40 00
Klnau 8treet , 27 50
Lunalllo Street 60 00
Trust Co., Limited.
SOB. FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8,
'vMS sBkWrafiT co
. SSjjyr. w? Moe lilSuiuG
boat will he particularly favorablo tJ
Hawaii's banana export."
No 20-Year Refund.
K. A. Mclnerny returns with tho
grip, caught nt sea on tho Korea. "As
far ns I could see," he told the Bulle
tin man, "everything points favorably
to our getting the refund at this session
of Congress, I think tho seventy-five
per cent will ho for n term of ten
years. I do not bellovo tho twenty
j ear Idea was over considered seriously.
As to. the new steamshln proposi
tion of tho A.-II. S. S. Co., I think It Ij
the finest plan possible.
Mr. Mclnerny spoke most highly of
the good work being done for Hawaii
by Delegate to Washington Kuhlo Kn-
lanlanaole. He had heard nothing ot
his third term candidacy.
Ex-Reprcsentatlve Jonah Kumalne
nnd c-v-Attorncy Enoch Johnson w'cre
this morning, released from tho Oahu
Prlson where they have completed the
serving of their terms Imposed on them
for conspiring to defraud tho Terrrl
tory. Each served for a period of ten
months, two months being remitted
of the year's sentence ot each on ac
count of good behavior.
PORTLANQ STEAMERS MAY CALL.
(Continued from Page 1.)
tiro nnxlous to get a foothold In Port
ion 1 for Hawaiian bananas, pineap
ple!, sugar and other products. It Is
said that tropical fruits Sent to San
Francisco are offered In direct comtio-
tltlnn with thoe from Central America,
nenro It is fell that demand In Port
land, which Is not controlled hv Cen
tral American producers, will pavo the I
wny ror regular and heavy shipments
irom mo lsinnus.
On tho other hnnd, Portland grrlln
and lumber nro bought In quantities
by Hawallans. besides certain nroducts
of field and gnrden not obtainable In
tho group. Tho oxchango of commodi
ties Is expected to prove sufficiently
heavy to occupy a good portion of car
go spaco on tho P. & A. steamers each
In steamship circles It Is said loss of
time nnd Increased dlstanco would re
sult from Yokohama to this port by
way.of Honolulu, ns tho southern route
would have to bo pursued, Instead of
tho northern track. Whether trado
between tho Columbia River and tho
'sland metropolis will prove lucrntlvo
Ih tho question to bo considered by
trantportatlon men In counteraction of
extra time andexpenso. Tho Pacific
.Man and oriental & Occidental lines
from San Francisco to tho Orient
mako Honolulu a port of call, and that
fact Is expected to prove an obstaclo In
having tho P. & A. Includo tho harbor
In Its route, but thn nlcn of Hawallans
for a sharo of tho Columbia Blver bus
iness will rccclvo consideration.
Tho steamor Mlknhaln arrived In port
from Kauai this morning and returns
to tho Garden Islo tomorrow nlghL
Kino weather Is reported on the trip.
Tho Alameda sailed at 10 o'clock this
morning with a full cargo of, Island ba
nnnas nnd refined sugar and n big list
of passengers for 8an Francisco.
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
HOMES FOR SALE
RENT and COMPANY
Monday, April 2nd.
AT 8 O'CLOCK
WE WILL DECIN A
WE MUST close out nun i.ab.t
8EA80N-8 STOCK TO MAKE
ROOM FOR NEW GOODS
NOW ARRIVING. HENCE THESE
Lot 1 ch--i-H 2ih-iin. miH
.--, lormer prise 6.....s..3!.c,
Lot 2. Plain and Figured Chal-
lies, Tricot, Alpacas, Scotch '
Flannels and Melrose, former
price 75c and $1 25(5
uui o, nam ana boiorca stripe
Perge, former price 60c and
. "e. . . . JOi
uui 1, oKimngs 01 fancy Mo
hair, Cashmeres, Bengallnes,
Venetians, Silk and Wool
Crepe, Scotch Plaids, former
price 75c to $1 HOd
Lot 5. Silk Stripe Scotch Flan
nel, Oedford Cord. French
tFlannel, Flowered" Challles
and 8trlpcd Tricot, former
price 75c and 85c 50(5
Lot 6. Double Width Melrose,
8erge and Fancy Mohair, for
mer price 85c and $1 QOl
Lot 7. Fancy Oedford Cord
Walstlnga and Satin Stripe
Challles, former price J1 . ...05d
Lot 8. Extra Width Dlue and
Gray Suitings, former price
i-5o 75d & SI
Lot 9. Black Silk and Wool Cre
pon, light weight, farmer
price $3.50 S1.50
Of tho United States Treasury RccohuiioihIs
Pe - ru
Prominent Physicians -
DH. LLEWELLYN JORDAN, Medl
Cl Examiner of the U. 8. Trea-ury
Department, graduate of Columbia Col
lege, and who served threo years at West
Point, has the following to say of
"Allow me to exprttt my grati
tude to you tor the benefit derived
from your wonderful remedy. One
Mhort month hat brought forth a
rait change and I now consider my
tell a. well man after month ot
"Fellow sufferers, Peruna will
cure you. "Llewellyn Jordan.
Doctors have beon loathe to endorse a
catarrh remedy becsuse catarrh and
catarrhal diseases have pnzzted. tho
medical fraternity for many decades.
The popular endorsements that
Peruna has recolvcd at the hands ot the
people have Induced a great many doc
tors to try the remedy.
More prominent physicians use and
endorse. Peruna each year.
Dr. A. Morgan, !14 (later street, In
dianapolis, Ind., writes t
"Regular physicians do not. at
rule, endorse patent medicines. I
have, however, found In my practice
that Peruna Is a notable exception and
not at all like any other medicine gen-
c rally sold as 'patent medicine.
"In examining It 1 nnd that It is a
scientifically prepared medicine, com
posed of herbal remedies of high medi
"It Is a spocldo for catarrh ot the
head, lungs or stomach, a fine romedy
torfemalo troubles, and luvs.lus.blo to
mothers and children.
"After fevers or other protracted Ill
ness, It Isonoof the best tonics I know of
to restore tho system to normal condition
ami I recommend it to convalescents.
"It Is a high class family remedy,
good for young and old." A. Morgan.
Peruna occupies a unique, position In
medical sclenco. It Is tho only Internal
systcmlo catarrh remedy known to the
medical profession to-day.
llobert It. ItobcrU, M. I)., Washing
ton, D.O., writes
"Through my own experience as
well as that of, many of my friends
and acquaintances who have been
cured or relieved of catarrh by the
use of Ilartman's Peruna, I can
confidently recommend It to those
suffering from such disorders, and
have no hesitation In prescribing It
to my patients." Robert R. Roberts.
For special directions everyone snould read "The Ills of Life," a copy
ef which surrounds each bottle. Peruna Is for ssle by all chemists and
druggists at one dollar per bottle or al bottles for five dollars.
Those wishing direct correspondence with Dr. Hartman and can wait
the necessary delay In receiving a reply, should address Dr. S. O. Hartman,
Columbus, Ohio, U. B. A.
Denson, Smith A Co. will supply the retail drug trade In Honolulu.
J. II, Castlo returned today ftom
Kfitial, where ho went to visit tho M-
InKatu at Knpaa,
1,'lw. M,.1..1.. .! i .- .,.- -I...
nn . .ViVT . .1 . 1 i. i, i? .,' schooner Concord. Tho pla ntlff la a
?h b .1 "i'lt ,!ro,,8lU Mr-1Ca8l.1,,'!J''Ianeso fisherman who claims dam-
1n, ha Jono everything lor'BRcr ror tho Io3g or hu gntIlpan ,,
these peoplo. I tackle, which was run down hy tu-
"I illil tint Iirlnrf ftii-tm llinif enrrt -. -;
thftlr f)Un flfuflfi! ' on 1,1 m rntln
v.hen asked as to tho cause of tho Ave' J8 Act,"5, (aovc.rorl ?ompanIea
men leaving Knpaa. i1? Jm1cs, Wilder, this forfnoon, paid
It seem, thnt tho mnr.ni- i imn. 0" official call on the officers of the
1 a ! - .. .. . . "
"""7 ""'"0" " "o aioiohans suuso-
ouont to their arrival it ifnnnr. w.r..'e WB receivew on uoaru tho cam-
created by the five who todav camo to
town, In short they were tho "kick
ers" ot tho bunch and between Castlo's
endeavors to smooth the path of the
colonv and the nttemnrs nf thn raw HI..
Inilnn.- nn.l l,. ,,.. .. a. s .11- I
affttAtnit on no tn en I en n Kiimr.... sr...
affected ones to raise a rumpus there'
,1"" entonsldcrnhlo pulling and haul
,'lng. with tho result that tho trouble.
maker, fln.t It mnr fn ih.lr HUn- in
quit than to be decent
"Everything Is going along oll.
right," said Mr. Cnstle this morning. 0
"Thero v.111 not likely be any moia'A
trouble. Tho trouble-makers havo tak
en themselves ofT. 1 bellovo thoy will
try tp get work here In town. If they
do not succeed to their liking they may
return to Loo Angeles." v
Mr, Castlo has prepared largo HsU
of relatives of tho Molokans now at
Kapaa who nro to bo sent for to como,
chloflly fiom Itueslan direct, to Join the
This forenoon tho lengthy argument
In tho Illgashl habeas corpus caso,
which In fill lf nlmnoo ha. Inatn,
since last Monday morning, was final-'
ly flnlBhcd beforo tho Supreme Court, I
which took tho matter under consider-1
In this caso Judgo Clear raised tho
two points: that Illgashl, -ho was
sentenced by Judgo Whitney of the
I'ouce court (or maintaining a gam'
bllng game, was entitled to a trial by
a pMy"J'flfc mj '
W -M . SgObtiMBLT &
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fa I ZfJ'gM&&&msaWi , . I K
DR. LLEWELLYN JORDAN,
I Medical Examiner United States?
Catarrh Is a systcmlo disease curable
only hy systcmlo treatment. A remedy
that cures catarrh must aim dlroctly at
the depressed nerve centers. This Is
what reruns, docs.
1'eruna immediately Invigorates the
nerve centers which give vitality to tho
mucous membranes. Then catarrh dis
appears. Thou catarah Is permanently
Pe-ru-na Contains No Narcotics.
Ono reason why l'eruna has fonnd per
manent uo In so many homes Is that it
contains no narcotic of any kind, Po
runa Is perfectly harmless. It can be
used any length ot tlmo without acquir
ing a drug liahlt. l'eruna docs not pro
duce tomporary results. It is permanent
In it effect.
It has no bad oftoot upon the system,
and gradually eliminates catarrh byre
moving tho ciuso of catarrh. There aro
a multltudoot homes whiro I'orunahas
been usod off and on for twonty years.
Such a thing could not bo possible it
l'eruna contained any drugs of a nar
cotic nature. .
Jury nnd to an Indictment by a Grand
Jify; and that ho was being subjected
to Infamous punishment In that ho
wag Incarcerated In tho Honolulu Jail,
which, ho held, was, as a matter of
fact, merely a division of tho Oahu
prison dr penitentiary. Judgo Do Dolt
decided In favor of Illgashl and tho
matter was brought before tho 811
prcmo Court on appeal by tho Terri
During tho argument Judgo a ear an.
swercd tho question raised by tho
Court, If Illgashl hnd not waived his
right to a Jury trial, by showing that
he could not do so under tho.soctlon
of tho Organic Act which says: "No
person shall be convicted In any crlm
I Inal caso except On tho unanimous vvr
diet of a Jury."
Judgo Dolo la today hearing the case
. .". H-.N.l UIO
fir Toiltinllnlil f nlaonn nmitii.t ,i
l lift tilth rrillBPftl Plnrft nntl rnrntirlnn
r,. """ ":r:.- ,-"". r.Ar"
nr,an af ,nB Hora was coaling.
Tho bark Olympic sailed from San
VVanclsco for Honolulu March 21.
HIGH CLASS TAILORING
HP- SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS FOR THE ,
A ENSUING 8EA80N'S TRADE -
Fashions Up-to-date In
I Every Detail Considered
V QENTLEMEN who want that well-dressed feeling should give our
$ TAILORING DEPARTMENT a Trial.
I WE KEEP ABREAST OF THE TIMES
THERE IS NOTHINQ NEW IN TAILORING THAT WE ARE
NOT ACQUAINTED WITH.
, We are now showing for the 8ummer trade the Largest and Fin.
ast selection of SUITINGS we ever handled. We cannot fall to please
Anybody looking for quality and style.
WE ARE THE ONLY PEOPLE IN HONOLULU EMPLOYING
WHITE LADOR IN OUR WORKROOM. ,
If we don't give perfect eatlifactlon there Is nothing to pay.
Our prices are Not the highest In town.
L, B. KERR
Wilicox & Gibbs New Automatic
THE-FAVORITE FAMILY MACHINE.
GARLAND' STOVES and RANGES
A CARLOAD J.U8T TO HAND. QET'THE DE9T.
COFFEE and TEA POTS
NICKEL-PLATED ON PLANISHED COPPER.
WHITE CHINA for Decorating
EDDYS REFRIGERATORS and Ice Chests
THE OLD ORIO.INAL DIRECT FROM THE FACTORY. 8TILL
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
FORT AND MERCHANT 8TREET8.
Itaron Uakhmltoff, IlUBstan Ambas-j
sailor to tho Court of tho Mikado, ac-,
companlcd by Madamo Uakhmltoff and
Misses I), and K. Kiottl, aro through
passengers aboard the Korea.
They aro In a hurry, for His Impe
rial Japanese Majesty awaits tho com
ing of tho Daron, and so they lost no
tlmo In getting around to sco beauti
They chartered an auto and went
to tho Pall. I
"We nearly got blown nwny," ho
said to a llulletlh man, on his return,'
about noon. "My! but It was windy."
And tho charming ladles accompany
ing him agreed with tho statement.
Lunch at tho Moana Hotel was next
-Then they visited curio stores and
spent a couple of hundred dollars
there and clsewhero. They 'couldn't
say enough nlco things about Hono
lulu. When approached on diplomatic
matters, however, the llaron shut up
llko a folding bed.
Madamo Uakhmltoff Inquired aftot
tho health of King Knlakaua's cham
berlain and grew, sad at tho news of
his death, for It was news to her.
Madamo llakhmltoff's father was n
high royal Husslan functionary In Par
Is during King Knlakaua's trip around
tho world and much attached to Cham
berlain Judd. She had not heard o(
Kalakaua'a death all theso years agono
and therefore Inquired after him.
Tho Misses Zlotli aro proteges of
tho Ilakbmltoffs and will accompany
them to tho Court of tho Mikado.
MRS. HODQINS' FUNERAL
The funeral services over tho remain T'l 1 . r 1
of Nora En-abeth Hodgins, wife of Dr. 1 He best ot everything
A. Q. Hodgins, wdro held yesterday nf- ALL aonTB nc imiiscucut
tcrnoon from St. Andrew's cathedral, ..,, .RJ? F AMUSEMENT,
Ulshop Ito-tarUk officiating. A larg ALL KIND8 01 RECREATION,
number of friends nttended. The cban- ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME,
eel was covered with (lowers, wblto pre I Tickets and Information at Oahu.
dominating. There wcro floral pieces Railway station and Trent & Co or
from the Hawaiian Medical Assocla rB up Halelwa Hotel, King 53.
Ion, the Masonic fraternity, Maternity, 0n sHund.v. lh. ,,,..?,, . , ..
Home, una Fellow, nnil from frlAnrf.
The Cathedral choir, under the dlrcc
tlou of Prof. Gerard Ilartun nt the or.
gan, rendered "Lcadr Kindly Light,
and other hymns.
The remains wero deposited tempo
rarily In the Hoblnson vault In Nuuauu
The pall-bearers wcro Dr. J. It. Judd,
Dr, Charles II. Coopor, Mr, J. M. Dow
lett, Mr. C. C. Eakln. Mr. A. N. Camp
bell, Mr. Howard I'ortcous,
Weekly Dulletln SI per year.
a..ia.( a.i ..'.
& Co. Ltd
Entered for Record Mar. 27, 190J",
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Metropolis Tr & Sav Hank to Em-
Hu O Martin Hoi
Wfst & Hawn Invst Co Ltd to Win
I-na Par Hcf
K A O Miller to W T I.ucas t'r....TrD
Helen E Carpenter by atty to Emma
,M Nakulna , n
Kdw II V Wolter tr to 11 It Taylor. .Rel
I. K Alvarez and wf to George J
George J Campbell and wf to h V Al
Mary A Leo to Mutl Illdg & Loan
Lum I.au Scofo Yuen Sco Sail ct al..L
1. V Alvnrez to Richard II Trent.. PA,
Recorded March 17, 1906.
Est of James Gay hy trs to Walalua
Agrl,Co Ltd; h; 66 acres land, Moku
lela, Walalua, Oahu; 35 yrs 7 mos S
days at crop rental. U 283, p C5, Dat
ed July 2. 1902.
E K Plllpo to Dathsheba M Atlen
(widow); M; Ap 2, II P 685, Kul 1101,
Kapalama, Honolulu; Kul 774C, Holua-
Joa, NKonn. Hawaii; 1800. 11 279, p.
30. DatedtMar 16, 1906.
Pcopoo (k) to Eddlo K lona; D; It
P 4170. Kul 9937. Pahochoo. S Kona.
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B559I), Kcahlalaka, Puna, Hawaii;
$500. D 279, p 32. Dated Feb 27, 1906-
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