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EVEKINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU.- T II.. rRlDAY, SEPT. H,
' . 'IIIWIIT
if Honolulu C
Honolulu CJnoter Royal Areti. 'i
All visiting members of the
.order aro rordlnlly Invited to nt-
torn! meetings of local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I. 0. O. F.
Meets every Monday evrnlng t 7:30
Inl O: O F. Wall. Tort street,
'i:.ll III.NIiin Herniary.
t CO llu'l I Et.. N. t!
' All vlidllug bro'hers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. ef P.
Moets every Tuesday evening ul
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, K'ng
'f'f street. VIsltlni: brothers cordially in
r Tiled to attend '
1 o.j whitehead, c c.
F. WALDRON, K.U.S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P. ij
- Mfcoti evei? Friday r-venlrg at
K. X'. Hall, Klnrc Btrct. nt 7:30. Mem
bers of MRllc 1.11'Uc, No. 2, Wra. Mc
Klnley I-oilf:'". N't'. K, and vUltliiK
brothers ccirdlo'ly invited.
,. - A. 1) HOND. C. C
A. S. KEN WAY, K.R.8.
; HONOLULU LODGE 610, B. P. O. C.
t" f Honolulu Lndgo No. C16, I). P. O. H.,
p ' will moot In their liatl, .in Miller
". and Rerelanla streets, every Friday
Dy order of tho E. R.
HARRY II. SIMrSON,
II. E. MURRAY, E.R.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No. B, K.of P.
Meet everr Saturday evenlnr it
li.x 7:iO o'clock In IC. of P. Hnll, King,
tf.resL VlRltlns brothers cordially lu
lt to atti'tul.
M. M. JOHNSON, C.C.
E A. JAC0I1S0N, K.K.S.
, HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
.' Meets on the 2nd and 4th WEDNEH
V DAY.evenlngs of each month nt 7:10
nij10 '" K- ot ' 1,all Kl"" Blrt't'
jj&tVlsltlng Eagles uro Invited tr at
,, BAM MrKEAOUE. W.P.
' II. T. MOpiti:, W. Socy.
'(Hawaii chapter no. 1, order of
fl?Steets every first nrj third TIIUR8-
IDAY of each month In Fraternity Hall,
!Odd Fellowa' Uulldlng. Fort Btrcet, at
u':30 o'dock p. in. A full attendance
' ' i desired nt every meeting.
vN. Transaction of Buolneis.
' - Kuaubaa.
LMAWAIIAN TRIDE N. 1, I. O. R. M.
1 "Meets every cocond and fourth
K .fRIOAY of each month In I. 0. 0. F
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W V DRAKE. Surhom.
a i: Mimi'iiY. c. or n.
t5u t(A Superior Light tu all others.
' i Acevtlene Gai Is sunn or In nualltv.
and cheapness radiates less heat, viti
ates the air Its and has no Injurious
effects on the eves.
'." For (Urther partl-vlsrs Inquire it
, f,the office.
1- Atsn Calcium Carh!tle of nil aires. In
, drums and small cans, for Generators
and Automobile Lamps and an sizes
nnd grades of Gas Mantles and Gas
Washington Light Co.
C. W. MACFARLANC. Manager.
Telephone Main 145. 143 Merchant St
z o o
f jf A N Y TIME -3JJJ2
EW EVERY DAY
HAWAIIAN GRASS HUTS1
OPEN-AIR SKATING RINK!
ANIMALS, BIRDS, ETC, ETC.I
DON'T MISS 4 GOOD TIMCI
The Old Blend
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rr w iNn
fi 'It'll' t Blixi
ef 'a ti'tt, J'iytt
IS Til lltRKLT,
, REFUSE IMITATION
IM11T 01 CKTTIJO
Whilo Horso Celiar.
Bln lilt ) D t -rd tihlitjr irmny ttm t ktv) It
It ii in toll another iPtird.
NACKIG& COY. DISTILLERS LTD.,
ISLAY, CIEHLIVET, AND GLASGOW.
KING AND BETHEL STREETS
iiobron Drug Store
Vltli each purchase of $2 00 or
more In (jood your choice of
perfume or toilet water tint sella
from 75e. to $2.00 a bottle.
With purchase to the amount
of $1 00 a Qlft of toilet water that
sells from DOc. to $1.25 a bottle.
With purchase to the amount of
50c. or over perfume or toilet
water worth 25c. to 50c. a bottle.
OPEN 8 TO C.
& Co.. Ltd.
New Gage Hats
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRESSCD FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1348 FORT STREET.
FINE SUITS' FROM $15 UP.
made In up-to-date
HOTEL opp. DISHOP ST.
'Phone Muin 487
YOU GET THE
PHONE MAIN 147
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
CO., Alakea Street.
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by the
HONOLULU RENOVATING CO.,
J. J. Fern, Manager.
RlcharJk near Queen Sts. All tele
phone messages promptly attended to.
We call for and deliver. Dyeing extra.
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KING.
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o AT o
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LOCAL AND IENEIAL
I Stop piling things up In your cel
lar Bulletin Want advertising turns
them into cash.
New millinery at Mrs. Dlckerson's.
HcIksuis, snuA. sharpened. Webb's.
White Rleaiu uutos. Ktuckydii stuhle.
The Red Men v. Ill bold their regular
'meeting thin uvuilng
St I'leiueiit'o Sunday mhool will re
)(U on Suudny nct.
A husllrr w.mtM tu handle a Hue of
Hoods on iiiiiiinlsalun or iniy terms tu i
t'aerar (lonie?, a nnthe of lVirlURal. i
us tliia nun nlng n.itunillred by JudKV
lliittnlhu Tribe, regular meeting In
I. 0. O. F hall tills veiling nt 7.30
J. It. Pari' nnd W J. I'arln came In
f i imi Koui on the .Mnunn Lou Ibis'
Neutly furnlilied rooms at tho Pop
ular. $1, Jl.CU and $2 per week. 1242
Fort stt let.
'I he l.lhrnty will tlop for the ilr
i illation of bool.g on Satuidny, Sept
15lh nt 1 p. tu. ,
riilldnii'H dli'szi-4 ninong the now
goods Jutt pirrou:illy selected by A
llldin on tile I'o.ist
Ualiu Lodge, Nu 1. K. of 1., will
meet tonight at 7:3'l o'clock lu K. of
('. Halt, King HtrecL
I V iluirgn no more than (he read)-
to tti'.u- ilothlt-r, but wo gl sallsrae
tlim (,'ui A. Mnrlln,
IIiiIMIiih of the Sulllan-.Mellnlu
bght h) ioimkIi will bo leeched nt the
C'oliniilil.i miloou Snlurdi) night
Whin in iluiiht uku "Arable" for your
Iron roof. It ilelieH hi at and defeats
rust, California Kiti! Co, ueutB.
Tho Metioiiolltuu .Meal Co, will close
Its tnaiLilH nl ikhiii tomoriotv. One
ilillM-ry will be iii.ule lu (lie morning
Regular muting of I'.IKs Lodge No.
CJG Ihls evening, lu the hall on Miller
nnd lleutaula streets. Imputtunt bun
luesu 11 I'. Ualduln, accompanied by II.
A and Mlsn C M Maldnlu, nnlcd
this morning on the Manna Loa from
Hot ami told lumhes sirP(l all day
louiuriim. Ki'g.itla I)a, nt the Cob.
will Cafe, turner Al.ikca and Qiiicn
WnlUILI Inn In now owned by W. C.
Uergln. AcioniinoilatlniiH, Riippllea
nnd iitteudauiii nbrolutely first class.
Finest bathing on tho beach.
A dame will bo giveu tlila penlng
at San Antonio Hall, Vlncjurd Ktnet,
by the Twilight Athletic Club. A good
time Is iifisuii-d line mnl nil
Tlieip w.ih no meeting of tho Promo
tion Commlttin jcHtcnl.iy ntteruooii
iiwlng In the laik of si iuorum. See-
ii'lnr) Wimd In on I l.in all with the ud-
Honolulu I'liolo-Suiiply Co. han
nddded In their xl.ilT of expei t prlnlers
mid ileM.lopeia All woiK will be done
PHituptl) mid with the uxual excel
'I he annual iiriounlH lmc been up
prut eil of Cecil lliiiuu an tiuslie of
tlm (I, E lloanluian eslale. lie Rhowrt
p.Oinenls at ll!iJ27 nnd recelplH nt
?SI., leaving Ij.i1.hiiu of $0.17 due tho
l'uixer Win. Unit of the steamer
Nllliau, arriving this morning fiom
lCiiu.it n porta tho following augnr on
thnt Isl.-iud: .Mnlc, 2IUS; (I. & It., HT.li;
K P., ISOu; I.. P.. 2JU; It. M., ll.UCJi
liUmimil W. 2UO0;.K. S. M 13.UUU.
The 1 '.it I fit- llmdwnio Co.'h Htock of
FpuHlug goods will bo sold ul greitly
leiltlllll piiiei ut E. O. Hull tz. Sou,
'I'll in lit dono to pieveut overstocking
us the I'adlle lliiidw.'ire Co.'h Hue diii
llinteH, lu many icHpeUx, Hull's Hue.
'I he Kteamer Mnunn l i. arriving
thlx moinliig f nun Hawaii and Knna
portK, liiuuglit the following ftelght:
lulu bags sugar, 111.' toffee, 1.12 bemm,
132 lam, Hi hunches bunanuK, 10 kegs
buttei, 7 pleieK km, 10 bundles hldis,
27 hogs, 27 inlves, I li()me, 10 cattle,
nnd 170 packages sundries.
'I lie anulversniy services of the Sen
ium h Institute will ho held "nt St.
Andiew'H Cathedral on Sunday, Sep
limber lUth nt 7:30 p. tu. Addresses
will be miidii by lllHhop Restnrlck, tho
Itev. .1. ilinwn of California. Rev. E.
I', Shnpson and Mr. Everlon in charge
of Hie lot at work. 'I lie xotlcty, of
whli h tho work lu Honolulu la a
binuch, bis touipleleil its Jiiblleo year.
Has His Revenge
Tlic Attorney (luneral's Dcpuiliuent
la nt jMi'Hcnt (ujoviug un exi client
Joko whlih wiib played ou Deputy At
torney (iiiicra'. I 'i osier by one of Ills
many victims, for whom bo teemed
1ki.ii tl ami lodging lu the O.iliu jail foi
U lengthy leiin.' A few dagx ugo I'los
t,er piosecutctl one Itainon Martin,
who wiih ihmgcd wllb uxsault with a
The ili'feiiiie placed Martin on tho
btaml nnd Piiwser by mnHterly cross
examination, made liliu admit having
lend mi exceedingly theulieretl cnreei
I'riHH'r, by bis untitle ijutstioiiH, nude
M.utln .mine thnt he hnd been a lob
bur, a hurgl.il and u petty thief, 1'ioa-feci-
Bcciiicd bin convlitlou na charged
uud lelt the tourtiooui sutlslleil will)
his HUM i hi
A little later his pie mm o wiih slight
ly mined by the illstowiy Hint ho hail
lost bis pipe, a valuable briar umsnler,
Willi h he pileil highly. Ho relmneit
to the coin I uud asked out) of the oil!
i eifi If he hail Hen tho pipe,
"W'us it a hilar pipe with u cuivcd
ktem?" asked the olllei r.
'IIiiiI'h It," pnld Piosser.
"Ob, Hi it your pine. Is It." raid the
ullliei "Will In thnt caso Mai tin lias
ulmheil It. He look It fiom tho tabid
uud was flunking It on his way imr
Piosser Is till mom firmly con
Wm ul than over thnt Martin Is a had
iilIoi of tho wui'ht kind.
Do I Ps'eed
t No. I don't need 'em,
'cauce I can't read. If I
could read I'd get glasses
sure. I'd go to
A. N. Sanford,
MONUMENT8, SAFES, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE S. MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDG., 176-180 KINQ STREET. PHONE 887.
The following elnular Is being dis
tributed about town
flREATER NEW YORK SALOON
Owner con not do hu'enesn while
A M IIROWN 1h Sheriff. BECAUSE A
POLICE OFFICER Would Swear u
wnrinnt to arrest ituv of his Emplovipx
for Selling lleer to n MINOR NO
MATER Said nlleged nlnor Is 22
YEARS of AtlE or MORE.
Additional Cable Newt on Page 1.
Havana, Sept. 13. One hundred nnd
twenty Ameilrnn sailors landed beiu
eHterdny and i. imped In front of Pres
ident I'alma's icslilPiue In uutklpatlon
of nn uplifting. Tho department nltcr
wunl ordeiid tlnmi to rc&mhnrk nnd
leave n guunl at tho legation.
Two Amcilcaii sugar plnntntlouH In
K.inla Clin i pioilucc have been ilcs
trojed ZayiiR, president of Hie Liberals M
Castillo, lias (ilTeied to miricnder to
Cnplnhi Colwell of tho U. S. S. Denver,
If tho Fulled States will guarantee him
ii fair tilul
ClenfiKgoR In besieged by tho Insur
gents mid Home of tho foil 111ml Ions
linvo been ilnmngpil. The V S. S. Mnr
litta has Inuilrd murlncH there.
Ran Frnnelsio, Bcptouiher 13. A llto
ut Tibuiim lust night laiised n loss of
Mosrow, Rejit. 13. Miizury, lender of
ii filing gioup of terrorists, lias bieu
condemned to bang.
Milwaukee, Reptember 13. A llro In
the Ciulahy .Milling plant jesleiduy
resulted lu damage lo the uinouul of
Noifulk, V.I.! Sejit. 13. -Ciewn weio
oidercd jesteida) to lepoil to the
Nowatk, Tiuonui and Cbiveland by
nildnlglit Tim ships lire (oaling unit
loading pun If Ions uud uiumuultlon Mr
I'hlludelphli, Sejt 13.- 'I In. U. S, H.
.Minneapolis Is loading Mines nnd coil
ing. She will he icaily to depnit for
Oyster liny, Sept. 13. Piosldcnt
Rooievelt, Keeipfnry llouapattii uud
Assistant Reiictiry ll.ieou will dlc
iiiss tho Cub in situation iml.iy
AVnBhlugtnn, Sept. 13, Lieut (Jen.
Ilont) C Corbln, chief of the geneial
ulnff of the tinny, retliei today,
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
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the news of the day. For SI t year,
wouldn't you like to come down to
earth and see how things have
It' Just at Interesting to look back
several thousand year and tee the
ancient civilization of the Egyptians
to learn or tost ant and noil now
many recent scientific discoveries
were in common ute In those tlmst.
You can see it all In the new first
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FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
MANCHURIA IS PULLED 150 FEET
(Continued from Page 1)
this favorable condition she wan moved
ISO feet toward blue water.
Abourd the Mantburla, 8 a. in.
Uy the time this Is In print It It
possible that the stranded Manchuria
will be on her way to deep water again.
Every preparation has boen innilq for
the attempt to ding her fiom her bed
of coral, nml Capt. Metcalt stated lust
night Hint the llrst pull would prob
ably be niacin about 11 o'cloik this
morning. 11 Is not absolutely certulu,
of iniiise, that the attempt will be
made ut the time stated, as much de
pends on the condition of tho leather
uud the coiirliiRfon of the preliminary
work. Everything appears favorablo
now, however, and before long the big
ship may be once more In motion.
'I here bus been an Immense amount
of work clone gittlng things in readi
ness for the attempt to moto the ves.
sel. Slnto she llrst-strunded the Man
churia lias been driven llttlo'by little
further in towaid tho shore, until now
she Is between COO und COO feet farther
In than when she llrst struck. She has
steadily worked her way more deeply
into the surrounding coral, while the
Hand lias piled up around her hull,
holding lur al last so fust that tliero
was no perceptible motion even from
the beating of the waves.
This miiilu it necessary to loosen up
the coral uhoutjior and all day heavy
iixplosloiiH, shaking the vessel Irom
Klein to stein nnd followed by shooting
minimis of water, have been tearing
out u channel for tho Manchiirla'a
backward passage to hliio water.
Tho ship now stands much higher
nut of the wnter than ban been the
case hIiui; she stranded, the result of
heaving thousands of tons of coal into
The once clean nnd shining ship is
but a duxt-bcgrliucil caricature of her
self. There Is coal dust everywhere.
Her sides mo smeared with It: it Ilex
lu little heaps along her deck; the
deadlights aro streaked with black,
And tho men working on her look like
coal pnxserx. Even the oftliers xnre
dusty llgurex who might have stepped
out of the black moil I h of n coal in I ne.
Tho only clean man on boaul Is Cupt.
Metiall Soinewuy be manages to
avoid nil evidence of the dusty work.
Along tho deck of (be vessel llo long
lines of wlro cable, the machinery by
which the ship Is to be moved. Nine
lines have been run out uud attached
to strong anchors. It Is on these
mainly that those In charge of the
wink depend for drawing (he Man
ikin la out of her bed Lines are also
out to the Restoier, the Manning und
tlm lioiiiolx, but thete are rather ac
cessor) than otherwise. Tho principal
pait of Hie work will be done by the
vixicl heisilf, by means of her
The Muurhmlti has been greatly
lightened by the throwing overboard
of lint mil, and Rtlll mine by pumping
out Ihii watei, The pumps weie started
yetterdiiy afternoon and thick stream!,
of dlily yellow water poured out Into
tho sea, each stroke of the pistons
lending to raise the sbln a little iiioic.
Up tu today there has been little
movement of the ship, but now, slnco
the coral has been broken away and
loosened up, one enn feel I ho effect of
tnij ocean swells in a slight sliming of
the vessel, showing that she has about
decided to abandon tho bed where she
has lain for so long nnd lUuru to her
The vessel was pulling steadily on
her winches all day yesterday, not for
the pin pose of moving herself, but
merely lo keep her looxn fiom the en
clewing mrul However, the strain
was great enough to cause a slight
movement a favorablo omen, ns It
ihciwH that when tho ie.il pull Is be
gun Hie Mnnchuila will bo lead) to
respond lo It,
'lliete Ix no expectation that she ran
bo pulled nut tu one day. On account
of tint distance which she has been
ill hen lu, R Is piobablo that two or
three duys, ut leut, will be lequlred
to remove her from shallow watfer.
Those in charge of the work believe
that this can be done without any In
jury to the hull, and the leaks In the
ship's bottom at preeent are not
thought to be enough to cause and par
FOURTH BACKS QUINN.
(Continued from Page 1)
that Carlos A. Iong had withdrawn
from the race as County Attorney In
favor of J. W. Cathcart, accepting a
r-cconda'ry position from tllat gentle
man as the result o fa compromise.
Senator John C. Lane, who was re
torted as the author of tho news, de
nied the report In toto. He said,
"There Is no foundation for the re
port. Carlos A. Long Is very strong.
He has a very large majority, If not
all, of the delegates from the Fifth
District backing him. Ho Is assuied
of some support from the Fourth Dl
tilct which would surely land for him
the nomination If alt goes well."
Following Is the early afternoon
rlze-up by the wise ones for Super
Dy the Fourth District delegation:
A. V. Gear;
Nagaran Fernandez (at large).
Qulnn and Fernandez nru supposed
lo have fixed It up to their mutual ad
vantage. Dy the Fifth District delegates:
S. C. Dwlght.
Drown Is said to havo made the
statement that Dillingham and dear
will win out In the Supervisor contest
In the District of Honolulu.
All for Brown.
It Is said that Arthur M. Drown will
receive the unanimous vote of tho
convention for" Coiinty Sheriff. There
Is no eleventh hour talk of a dark
horse, though such a steed may at
any time trot In without the aforesaid
F. T. P. Waterhouso Is expected to
get the unanimous vote for Treasurer.
Dlcknell has big support In both dis
tricts for Auditor, though there aro
two against him, of which opponents
II. M Dow feels that he has cause to
Endorsement of Carter,
The Commltteo on Resolutions Is, It
is promised, going to bring In a reso
lution to endorse the administration
of Governor Carter, though there are
those on tho committee who contend
that the County Convention should
leave such matters alone.
A County Convention delegato from
tho Second Precinct of tho Fourth
District declares that tho convention
will unanimously endorse Carter. On
tho other hand, there aro those who
assert that any such endorsement res
olution will be defeated; that It was
pp to the Territorial Convention to do
tho Job If it was to be done. In this
connection It Is Interesting and sig
nificant lo note that tho Maul County
Convention, at Lahaina, has adopted
the platform of tho Territorial Con
vention and has passed no resolution
of Its own bearing on Governor Car
There Is no fear expressed of tho
Fourth and Fifth Districts getting Into
any serious scrap over tho division of
honors, tho caucuses of theso Dis
tricts having cleared the atmosphere
for harmony as near ax It can bo se
cured. If there Is any big fight it will
irobably show Itself In tho matter of
Tho leaders of tho Fifth District,
however, aro being kept on tho qui
vivo, fearing that the Fourth Dlstllct
will not give tho Fifth District two
Senatorial candidates according to
what is regai ded hero as precedent,
i.amely: that every other term tho
Fourth, or tho Filth, District will bo
(.llowcd two candidates. Thin year
tho Fifth District, It Is claimed, Is en
titled to two candidates, A quietus
will not ho put upon tho Fifth District
delegation until tho conventlou Is
Tho Fourth District may put M". P.
Robinson and Cecil Drown up as Sen
utoriul candidates. Doth of theso gen
tlemen were present at tho conven
tion, and the keen Interest thoy took
in uiu wui mugs oi inn convemiou aim
tho kindly reeling of tho delegates
Irom the Fourth has amused some
f-erloua thought among the delegates
fiom the Fifth.
Delegate to Congress Kalanlanaole
ix Inking a keen Interest In the Coun
ty Convention, llo Is working for men
who will handle the reins or tho Coun
ty govoiiiinont Willi prudence and hon
esty, ho aays. llo Ix particularly In
terested lu Curios A. I-ong'x candidacy
for County Attorney, Should his In
lluencH be hi ought to bear upon lite
ilulegntex, Long may get tho pie. The
Lano delegutex aio to a man for Long
The speech nominating Lung will bci
liade by Isaac Harbottlo of tho Tax
(Continued from Pigi 1.)
and of our appreciation of their ac
tion an a whole. Through their ef
foitH It has been demonstrated that
County (loveriiliient Is a success.
Wo lavor the enactment, and
pledgo such of our caiiilldateg for the
Legislature ax uiu nominated uud who
muy lie elected to vote for u law which
will penult any city or town lu thlx
Tenltoiy containing bucIi number of
Inhabitants us may be determined by
tho Legislature, to Incorporate ax a
municipality and carry on a municipal
foi m of government.
Wo letogulze the ovll pointed out
by the Republican Territorial Conven
tion III Its Illatfnrtll nrlalnv fr,,.,, II,,.
piomlucuous granting of licenses for
the sale of splrltuots liquors under tho
I present statute, whereby Irresponsible
persons nre enabled to sell Inferior
'qualities of intoxicants without dis
crimination, to the Injury of the pco.
pie at large.
We recommend the enactment of,
nd pledge the vote of such of our can
didates tor the Legislature as may b
elected, a law which will provide thai
till costs and tines collected In cases
'either criminal or civil tried by a DIs
Itrlct Magistrate, shall be paid by the
j District Magistrate into the County
Treasury for the use and benefit of
I Wc pledgo such of our candidates
I for the offlee of Supervisor ns may bo
elected, to in honest, efficient, and
economical administration of the af
fairs of the County of Oahu.
Wc ask the tupport of all voters who
desire and believe In an honest, effi
cient, ahd economical administration
of the affairs of the County or Oahu,
lor the candidates nominated by this
convention; and pledge each and every
candidate nominated who may be
elected by the people to do the utmost
In bis power to fulfill all of the prom
ises herein made. "
We recommend that a law be enact
ed by the Legislature by which tht
sewer systems shall be transferred to
the control of the county officials.
Enttred for Rtcord Sept. 11, 1908,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
John Kldwell by'atty to ....... Notice
Yoshlsukc! Tanlmoto to Yasuke To
sh I ma L
Kualaii Pelapela to Pioneer Mill Co
Abble Maguiro and hsb to C Brew
er & Co Ltd D
J K Kekaula and wf ct al to C Drew
er Co Ltd D
C F Hart to Kobala Ditch Co Ltd..
, , I, Agrmt
John II Estate Ltd to Oahu Railway
& Land Co D
II R Banning by atty to Wm Mc-
Entered for Record 8ept. 14, 1906,
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
C Ako to Akamu L
Est of D P Dlshop by tra to Isaac
Bablna K Hutchison and hsb to W
II Harbotlle M
Wm II Harbottle to Isaac Testa... AM
Wm McCandless and wf to San An
tonio Port Den Socy M
Sou Llm to Chun Chin B3
Recorded 8ept. 4, 1906.
Alfred W Carter tr to Joanna
V Day (widow) et al; Rel; lot 01, Pu
nahou College tract; por Kul 247, Ap
2. cor Miller and Deretanta Sts; both
Honolulu; $5000. D 281, p 278. Dated
Aug 27, 190C.
LI Kim Yuen by atty to Sing Wo tc
Co; UK; lut In 1 uhuru In Sing Wo
ft Co, Nuuunu St, Honolulu; $1200. B
284, p 330. Dated Sept 1, l0li.
W W Ahaua to W W Abana &' Co
Ltd: AL; lr 2057. Pawaa, Honolulu;
$1457. II 283, p 428. Dated Sept 1,
I.llluokalanl by atty to W W Ahana;
Consent; to A L or Or 2057, Pawaa,
HonoluliuT283, u 428. Dated Sept
Clans Sprcckels & Co by atty to
John Kldwell; Rel; Int In R P 4S4S,
Manoa, Honolulu; $0921,47, D 285, p
353. Dated Sept 4, 190C.
Poy Sang- Tong to Pah On; DS;
milsc, furnitures, fixtures, etc. Hotel
St,' Honolulu; $500. D 284, p 331. Dat
ed Aug 23. 1900.
I C Col co id and wf to Wo On Fill
Kan Aflsn; D; por Ap 2, R P 1895, Kul
C245, Kamakcla, Honolulu; $4800. U
282, p 403. Dated Sept 1, 1905.
Daniel McKcnzle to Charles II Ath
orton; I); lut In po land, cor Deretaula
and Punchbowl Hts, Honolulu; $1, U
282,)408. Dated Aug 11. 1900.
Frank Oodfrey to Antone J Gon
Halves; M; lot 30, blk 12, Kewalo
tract, Honolulu; $250. D 281, p 279.
Dated Aug 28, 190G.
Mrs Mary P Kekoa to T K R Ama
in; L; par It P 1197, bet Kealla 1 and
2, S Kona, Hawaii; 30 yrs at $25 per
yr. n 283, p 429. Dated Aug 28, 1900.
JoReph Kekoa to Kauhal Llkua; D;
1 3 int lu R P 95S3B, Puehuehunul, La
halna, Maul; $5. B 280, p 429. Dated
Sept 1, 190C.
Joseph Kekoa et al to Pioneer Mill
Co Ltd; L; R P 274C, Kul 9683B, Pu
ehuehunul, Lahaina, Maul; 10 yrs at
$20 per an. D 283, p 425. Dated July
Pioneer Mill Co Ltd to Lucy K
Searlo; L; por It P 2741, Kul 285, Pa
naewu, Lahaina, Maul; 40 yrs, pd $1,
D 283, p 426. Dated July 27, 1900.
Lucy K Searlo to Pioneer Mill Co
Ltd; L; R P 1212, Kul 6437. Paunau,
Ubalna, Maul; 40 yrx, pd $1. D 283,
p 427. Dated July 27, 190C.
M W Tschudl to A N Hayselden;
D; int in R P 1729, Kul 310, Ap 1, Lu
nehu, Lahaina, Maul; $120. U 282, p
400. Dated Sept 4, 190C.
Naholowaa (w) to Elizabeth Som
merteld; D; R P 313C. Kul 3337, Ap 2,
und por Ap I, Punla, etc, Walkapu,
Maul: $250. II 282, p 401, Dated Aug
Helen Alencastru to Walluku Sugar
Co; I.; lut In por It P 6858, Kul 3433,
Walchu, Maul: 10 yrs at $15 per an.
D 283, p 431, Dated Sept 4, 1900.
Ape Mlhaal (widow) to Ling Po;
D; Or 3789, Ualapue, Molokal; $70. B
282, p 407. Dated Sept 4. I90G.
J Nevln to J D Neal Co Ltd; Con
sent; to A L ot Kul 10332, bldgs, soda
water mchnry, R W, etc, Kamaku, Ha
napepe, Kauai, B 283, p 424, Dated
Aug 16, 1906.
Ileniy (1. Ilertelmann and wf tu
Frank Scott; I); lot 3, Pllaa, Kllauea,
Kauai; $400. II 282, p 405. Dated
May 12, 1906.
Recorded Sept. 5, 1906.
A Lewis Jr and wf to Mrs L Self;
D; Int In 1-2 lot 4, blk II, Kaptolaul
tiact, Honolulu; $125. B 282, p 412.
Dated Aug 29, 1996.
Kauwlla Self and lish (L) to Mutl
llldg & Loan Socy or Hawaii Ltd; M:
lot 3 und hnlr or lot 4, blk II, Kaplo
lanl tract, Houolulu; $1200. D 281,
p 281. Dated Sept 4. 1906.
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