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fiVKNINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T II , WKDNESDAV. Al'niL 24, 1907.
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i lie nicr niav lip oxpnsis dr iinilil.
ic the wiiivr U oiiilioiliod in the instrti
ling ii J mt i nil parties; but where it is
Suction llH. Whore .1 party lino added m address to his
signature, notice of dishonor nuts) lie -oni I" ilml address; lint
if lie ha- nut given such address, then flu- mMicc ifiiHtibe sent its
1. Hither t (lie post titliif in irci ! In- pltitM (if nwlilciii-i',
or to tin- post ollico where lir i mriii'iiiiiiiil In receive his let
2. If lit- live in one place, mid h.ne his place of business in
miother, notice inny he - nt tn eiilier place; or
'!. If lie in sojouriiinir in .ni"Mier pliice, notice may bo cnt
In the Jilneo where he is -j-'iirniiifi.
Hill wluii'u tin imiici i- ,ii h'iiIU received liy the inrty within
tint tiiiiu specified in tin- ii. Ii will be sitliloicut, though not
fcnt in uccnrdauci itli tin requirements of 1 lii- section.
Suothiv Kill. ,i.tii I 'lilmiior may he wniveil, either be
fore the time of ui in:; n-i iM- Inn arrived, or after the omission
to give, due not lie. . i 'I
Suction- 1 to. Nli.
lliollt lUelf. it i- '.in
written nlc tin -mn.iiiirc of an iiuIorer, it hinds him otilv
Suction III. A waiver of protest, whether in the ene of
a foreign bill ( i vhnnge or other negotiable instrument, is
deemed to l ,i w,iier not only of a formal prole!, lint aUo of
r(M'iitiin-nt :iii.I notiee of dishonor.
Si: rm II.. Notice of dishonor is dispensed with, when,
after I tic v icie of reasonable diligence, it cannot lie given In
or doc- in. I ii iieli the p.nlic sought to be charged.
Sn ii.in I KS. llcluy in gixiug indict- of dishonor in excused
when tin li lay in catl-cd l. circumstances Ikmhi.I the control
of the holder, and not imputable to his default, misconduct or
negligence. When the cause of delay ceases to operate, notice
must ho given with reasonable diligi lice.
Suction 1 1 t. Notice of dishonor is not reiiiired to Ik' givci
t the drawer in either of the following ea-es;
1. Where the drawer and drawee are the came per-on ;
2. When the drawee is a fictitious per-mi or a person not
hnving capacity I ntrnct;
!!. When the drawer i the person to whoill the iti-t rilliiclit
is presented for payment:
I. Where the drawer has no riaht to expect or rcipiire that
the drawee or acceptor will honor ihe in-triimciil ;
.I. Where the draut r hu countermanded payment.
Si:i tiox 1 !.. Xoticc of dilionor it not required In be given
to an imlniwr in either of i In- fullnwing cae-:
1. Where the drawee U n tielitiotw pcr-on or a per-'oii not
laivini; eiipneity In contract, mid ihe indor-er wa- aware of (hit
fact at the time he iudnr-ed the instrument;
i'. Wliere the iudoi'.er is the pei-on to whom the instrument
is pre-entcd for payment ;
!!. Where the instrument wn made or acceplcil for his
Skotiu.n IK!. Where due notice of di-hohor by non-acceptance
has been given, nitice of a iib-cipunt dishonor by non
payment is nit necessiii-y. uiile-s in the meantime the instru
ment has Ik-cii accepted.
iSrcrmv 117. An oinissioli in give nntiw of dishonor by
tiou-acceptaiice does not prejudice the rights of a holder in due
course subsequent to the omisiou.
Suction- ll;. Wlic.ru any uegotialile in-lnimi'iil ha been
diilninorcd it .may U prot(sted for lion-acceptaiicj' or non-jiay-ineilt,
a the case may be; hut protest is not required o.ecpi in
the can' of foicigu bills of exchange. ' ' ' ' '
nisi-iiAiaii. or m.ioiimii.i; i.si;i-ihnt.s.
Sr.cnox 111). A negoiiablc instrument i-t discharged:
1. I!y payment in due course by or on behalf of the prin
:!. My a payment in due course by ihe party iicvjiuiuimlntfil,
where the in-l i imif-ti t is made or accepted for licciiiiiiiiodalioii;
'!. My the intentional cancclhiliuii thereof bv the holder;
I. My any other act which will disc!iai-ge')i simple contract
for the payment of money;
.". When the principal debtor l comes ihe holder of the in
Htruuieiil at or after maturity in his own right. '
Si:i tiox 11). A pcr-oii Mi'oiiiliirily liable on the iiitruiuent
is diM-hargcd :
1. My an act which di-chargcs the iustnitnenl ;
2. My the intentional caiiccllar.iou of his signature by tin)
'I. My the discharge of a prior party;
I. My a valid tender of payment made bv a prior party;
.1. My a release of the principal debtor, unless the holder's
right of recourse against the party secondarily liable is ex
IS. My any iignemcnt binding upon the holder to extend the
tunc of pnyinuit. or to postpone the holder's right n enforce,
tlio'iustriimcut. unlis, made with the assent of the puny second
arily liable, or unless the right of reeour-e against such party
is expressly ro-cred.
Suction- li'l. Wln-ie the instrument is paid by a party
.secondarily liable then mi, it Is not discharged; hut the party so
paying it N remitted to his former rights as regards all prior
parties, and he may strike out his own and all sub-cquent in
dorsements, and again negotiate the instrument, except:
I. Wliere it is payable to the order of a third person, and
has been paid by the drawer; and
'2. Where it was made or accepted for accommodation, and
has been paid liy the party iiccoiumodalcil. ,
Sm'tiox 12:2. The holder may expressly renounce his rights
against any party to the instrument licforc, at, or after its
maturity. An ab-olute and unconditional renunciation of his
rights againt the principal debtor made at or after the inaluirty
of the instrument, discharges the instrument, lint a renunci
ation docs not affect the rights of a holder in due course with
out notice. A renunciation must lie in writing, unless the in
strument is ihlivcred up to the jienmu primarily liable thereon.
Suction- 1J.I. A cancellation irade unintentionally, or un
der a mistake, or without the uutJinrily of the holder, is in
nparativo; but where an instrument or any signature thereon
appears to have bn ii cancelled, tlio burden of proof lies on the
parly who alleges that the cancelbitioii wa ninth) unintention
ally, or under a mistake or without authority.
Sucnox 1:21. Where a negotiable instrument is materially
altered without the asM-m of all parties ia(ile thereon, it is
avoided, except as against a party who has himself made, iiu
ihorized or absented to the alteration, and subsequent iudorsor..
But yvlien an instrument has been materially altered and is in
the. hands of a holder in due couro, not"n'Vir'ty'to tlio altera
tion, ho may enforce p.mrcut theroif according to its original
'N'1'- - ..iVJ! it ill
Suction- 1 2.1. fny alteration wltfcli''lt,uige.i,n ."ii '
J. Tlio iliite.; , , ,
2. The sum payable, either for principal or interest;
:. The time or place of payment ;
I. The number or the relations of the parties;
.. The medium or currency in which payment i I" '"' umde,
or which adds a place of payment where no place of payment
is specilied, or any olln r change or addition which alters the
elfect of the iiilnimcnt in any re-pect, is a material alteration.
I'onn niul Inlcrpii'lnlliin.
Suction- I2ii. A bill of exchange is an nt nditional order
in writing, addressed by one person to another, sinned by the
person giving it, requiring the person to whom it is addressed
to pay on dcimiud or at a lixed or determinable future time a
sum certain in fnoney to order or to bearer.
Si.i Hon 127. A bill of itself does not opci.iic as an assign
ment of the funds in the hands of the drawee .mtilahlc for the
payment thereof, and the drawee is not liable mi the hill unless
and until he accepts the same.
Si crtoN 12S. A bill may lie addressed to two,or more drawees
jointly, whether they are partners or not ; but t to two or more
drawees in the alternative or in succession.
Si i mix 12l. An inland hill of exchange i a bill which is,
or on its f purports lo be, both drawn ami payable within
this Territory. Any other bill is a foreign bill. Unless ihe
contrary appears on the face of llie bill, ihe holder may treat
it as an inland bill.
Su nox I Sit). Where in a bill drawer ami drawee are the
same peron, or where the drawee is a lictition- person, or a per
son not having capacity to contract, the' holder may treat the
instrument, at his opinion, cither as a bill of exchange or a
Sh-iio.v KM. The drawer of a bill and anv imlorser may
insert thereon the name of a per-on to whom the holder may
reorl in cae of need, that is to say, in east' the bill is dis
honored by iiou-acceplauce or non-payment. Such person U
called the referee in case of need. It is 'in the option of the
holder to resort to the referee i". case of need or not as he may
Sr.cnox K!2. The acceptance of a hill is ihe signification
by the drawee of his asent to the order of the drawer. The
acceptance must be in writing and signed h ihe drawee. U
must not express that the drawee will perforin his promise by
any other means than the payment of money.
Suction KJ:S. The holder of a bill pre-cuting the same for
acceptance may rcipiire that the acceptance be written on the
bill, and, if such request i refused, inny treat the bill as dis
honored. Sn-iioN Kit. Where an acceptance is'wrillen on a paper
other than the bill ilelf, it does not hind the acceptor except
in favor of a peron to whom it is shown and who, on the faith
thereof, receives the bill for value. ''
Si.ciiox l.'l.'i. An unconditional promise hi writing to accept
a bill ln-fore it is drawn is deemed an actual. Iicceptance in favor
of every per-on, who, upon the faith thereof, receives the bill
for value. ( ''' ;, ;
Suction l.'ilS. The drawee is allowed twftty,-fiuir hours after
presentment, in which to decide whether or not he will accept
the hill; but the acceptance, if given, dates as of tint day of
Suction K!7. Where a drawee to whom ndiill is delivered for
acceptance destroys the same, or refuses within twenty-four
hours after such delivery, or within such other period as the
holder may allow, to return the bill accepted tor non-accepted
to the holder, he will he deemed to have accepted the same.
Si: nox K!. A bill may be accepted before it has been
.signed by the drawer, or while otherwise incomplete, or when
it is overdue, or after it has been dishonored by a previous re
fusal to accept, or by non-payment. Mut when a bill, payable
after sight, is dishonored by non-acceptance ami the drawee
subsequently accepts it, the holder in Ihe absence of any ditTcrciit
agreement is entitled to have the hill accepted as of the date
of the first presentment.
Suction Kilt. An acceptance is either general or qualified.
A general acceptance assents without qualification to the order
if the drawer. A qualified acceptance in express terms varies
the effect of the bill as drawn.
Suction- 1-10. An acceptance to pay at a particular place is
a general acceptance, unless it expresslv slates that the bill is lo
lie paid there only and not clscwhcn'.
Suction 111. An acceptance is qualified, which is:
1. Conditional, that is to say, which makt'.s payment by the
acceptor dependent on the fulfillment of a condition therein
2. Partial, that is to say, an acceptance fo pay part, only of
the amount for which the bill ik drawn;
y SI. Local, that is to say, an acceptance to pay only at a par
1. Qualified as to time;
.1. The acceptance of some one or more of the drawees, but
not of all.
Suction 112. The holder may refu-e to take a qualified
acceptance, ami if he does not obtain an uuaqualified acceptance,
he may treat the hill as dishonored by non-acceptance. Where
a qualified acceptance is taken, the drawer ami indorsees aie
discharged from liability on the hill, unless they have expressly
or impliedly authorized the holder to take a qualified accept
ance, he must, within a reasonable time, express his dissent lo
the holder, or he -will he deemed to have assented thereto.
riiUKUXTJIUN'T l-'OII ACCMTANCK.
Siction 1 l!t. Presentment for acceptance must' lie made:
1. Where the bill is payable after sight, or in any other case,
where presentment for acceptance is necessary in order to fix
the maturity of the instrument; or
2. Where the hill expressly stipulates that it shall be pre
sented for acceptance; or
.'t. Where the bill is jlrawn payable elsewhere than at the
icsidenco or place of business of the drawee.
In no other ease is pre-cutiucut for acceptance necessary in
ifrder to render any party to the bill liable.
Suction 1 1-1. Kxccpt as heroin otherwise provided, the
holder of a bill which is required by the next preceding section
to be presented for acceptance mmt either present it for accept
ance or negotiate it within a reasonable time. If bufail to do
so, the drawer and all iudorscrs an discharged.
Suction- 115. Presentment for acceptance must be umde by
or on behalf of the holder at reasonable hour, on a business day
ami define the bill is overdue, -to the drawee or some person
authorized to accept or refuse acceptance on his behalf; and :
1. Wheie a bill is addressed to two or more drawees who are
not partners, piesentmeut must be made to thetii all, unless one
has authority to- accept or refuse acceptance for all, in which
I'll".' presentment may lie made lo him only;
2. Wliere the drawee is dead, presentment may he made to
his personal reprsentativs;
!l. Where the drawee has Ik-cii adjudged a bankrupt, or an
insolvent, or hid made an assignment for the benefit of creditors,
presentment may be made to him, or to his trustee or assignee.
Suction 1 lit. A hill tnilv he presented for acceptance on
any day on which negotiable instruments may he presented for
payment under the provisions of Section 72 ami Sr of this Act.
When Saturday is not otherwise a holiday, presentment for
acceptance mi i v be made before twelve o'clock noon on that day.
Suction I 17. Where the holder of a bill drawn payable else
where than at the place of business or the residence of the
drawee has not time with the exercise of reasonable diligence
to present the bill for acceptance before presenting it for pay
ment on the day that it falls due, the delay caused by presenting
the hill for acceptance ln-fore presenting it for payment is ex
cused and does not discharge the drawers and iudorscrs.
Suction MS. Presentment for acceptance is excused and a
bill may lie treated as dishonored by non-acceptance, in either
of the fol lowing 'cases; '
1. Where the drawee is dead, or has absconded, or is a
fictitious person or a person not having capacitv to contract by
2. Where, after the exercise of reasonable diligence, present
ment cannot be made;
'!. Where, although presentment has Ix-cn irregular, accept
ance has liecn refused on some other ground.
Suction I4!. A bill is dishonored by non-acceptance;
1. When it is duly presented for acceptance and such all
accphince as is pri'sci-ils-d by this Act is refused or cannot lie
2. When presentment for acceptance is excused and the hill
is not accepted.
Suction Intl. Where a hill is duly presented, for acceptance
and is not accepted within the proscrilicd time, the person pre
senting it must treat the bill as dishonored by non-acceptance,
or he loses the right of recourse against the drawer and indorsers.
Suction l."l. When a hill is dishonored by' non-acceptance,
an immediate right of r course against the drawers ami iudorscrs
accrues to the holder, and no presentment for payment is ncc
essnry, '' '
Suction 1."i2. Where a foreign hill appearing on its face to
lie such is dishonored by non-acceptance,' it must be duly pro
tested for non-acccptaucc, and when' such a bill which has not
previously In-en dishonored by non-acceptance is dishonored by
non-payment, it must be duly protested for non-payment. If
it is not so protested, the drawer anil iudorscrs are discharged.
Where a bill does not appear on its face to be a foreign hill,
protest thereof in case of dishonor is unnecessary.
Suction I. "'!. The protest must lie annexed to the hill,
or must contain a copythereof, and must 1k under the hand
and seal of the notary making it, ami must specify
1. The lime ami place of pri-entiucut ;
2. The fact ilia1 presentment was made and the manner
.'!. The cause or rcaoti for protesting the bill;
I. The demand made and the answer given, if any, or the
fact that the drawee or acceptor could not tic found.
Suction' l.M. Protest may In- made by,
1. A notary public; or
2. Jy any respectable resident of the place where the hill
is dishonored, in the presence of two or more credible witnesses.
Suction 1. ".". When a hill is protested, such protest must be
made on the day of its dishonor, unless delay is excused as
herein provided. When a bill has Ik-cii duly noted, the protest
umy be subsequently extended as of the date of th noting.
Suction- 1.1(1. A bill must bo protested at the place where
it is dishonored, except that when a hill drawn payable at tint
place of business, or residence of some person other than ihe
drawee, has been dishonored by non-acceplaiice, it miM be pro
tested for non-payment at the place where it is expressed to be,
payable, and no further presentment for payment to, or demand
on the drawee is necessary.
Suction- 1.17. A hill which has been protested for non-ncccpl-ance
may Ik- subsequently protested for non-payment.
Suction 1.1S. Where the acceptor has been adjudged a bank
rupt or an insolvent, or has made an assignment for the licnclit
of creditors, before the hill matures, the holder may cause the
bill to be protested for better security against the drawer ami
Suction l.ltt. Protest is dispensed with by any circumstances
which would dispense with notice of dishonor. Delay in noting .
or protesting is excused when delay is caused by circumstances
beyond the control of the holder and not imputable to his dcfiilt,
misconduct or negligence. When the cause of delay ceases to
operate, the bill must Ik- noted or protested with reasonable dili
Suction 1(10. When fi bill is lost or destroyed or is wrongly
detained from the person entitled to hold it, protest may be
made on a copy or written particulars thereof.' '
H i ... . '.
it- accui'taxci: rott iionok.
Suction 'I'tll. Where a bill of exehaugi' has Ikhmi protested
for dishonor by non-acceptance or protested for better security,
mid is not overdue, any person not being a party already liable
thereon may, with consent of the holder, intervene and accept
tlio hill supra protest for the honor of any party liable thereon,
or for the honor of the person for whoso account the bill is
drawn. The iicceptance for honor may be for part only of the
Hum for which tlio hill is drawn; and wliere there has been
an acceptance for honor for one party, I hern may be a further
acceptance by a different person for the honor of another party.
n Suction 1(12. An acceptance for honor supra protest must
1k in writing, and indicate that it is an acceptance for honor,
and must bo signed by the acceptor for Imitor.
Suction Kj!l. ' Where an acceptance for honor does not ex
pressly state for whose honor it is made, it is deemed lo be an
acceptance for the honor of the drawer.
Suction 1(1 1. The acceptor for honor is liable to the holder
anil to all parties to the hill subsequent to the party for whose,
honor he has accepted.
Suction- 1(1.1. The acceptor for !ioni'ir,")(V"Mi(thi acceptance
engages that he will, on due presentment, pay the bill according
ii colic. Keofauiiolio, O.iliu. II 291, P
. 13D. Dated I-'uh 2S, 100".
Moikclui (Ii) to Kiilliili-iihtt (w);
Di Int ill It I' 2,'.:iS, Kill 2 trill, Kane-
'elie, Kuulaiiioko, Oalnij $t0, etc. 11
2!iL'. p 72. Dated Ki-li 2S, 107.
t Alice .1 I.uw-Ib to llnnK of ilawall
'l.ld; A M; iiitB W P I'rcnr on lota
1, a, ), i, C, 7 and IB of (lr :122U,
King HI ami Knmahela Hd, Honolu
lu; $10,2tG.!l2. n 28!), p 482. Dat
ed Apr 2, 1H07.
Weitn & llawn tn8tiat Co Mil to
(Clinrlcs Klvln; ltd; par lot 2fi, Or
ICCIU, Knlllil, Honolulu; (801). 11
I'Sfl, p 183. Dated Apr t, 1 DOT .
Henry lVtcrs and vf lo T.tutl III. Ik
& l.onn Hocy of Ilawall Md; M; Int
,! of Dintc tract, l.'iiiiniil, Honolulu;
$2ft0. II 2SU, p 484. Dated Mar :I0,
A Lewis .lr lo Henry Watcrlioieu'
Tr Co Ltd tr; A M; mtK .1 llfiliiicll
on lots 11 and 12, tilk II, (lr :ii)0,
Klnau St, Honolulu: Jlftno. II 289,
P 4S. Dated Apr 3, 11)07.
Mrs lltnlly llcmrnsu to lltrlinrd II
Trent tr: A M; mtK W L I'ctoiwm on
lots 19 and no, Knllu tract, Hono
lulu; 7 T. 0 . II 2,l!l, p ISO. Dated
Apr I!, 1907.
I-M of II I' lllnliop liy lis In Kuknl
nil I'lpntn Co Ltd; L; per Kul !l!i71,
Knlwlkl, llniaakiia, Ilawall; 20 yrx
nt $lfio per yr. II 2!S, p 2!)7. D.i
fd Mnr 1!), 11)07.
Sarah 12 Trendwny to l'loaecr Mill
Co Ltd: L; por It I t lo. (lr 211,
Will ace, Laluilaii, Maul; to jrs nt
tT.r.O per r- II 288. p .101. Dated
Mnr 30. 1907.
Recorded Atiril 4. 1907.
Tor ot Hawaii liy Sapt Pali Wka
to Alexander Youai;; L: UNO-inn
ncrei la tut. Knlllil, Honolulu; to yrs
nt $220,80 per yr. II 288, p :io;i. Da
ted Mar 1!), 1907.
Ter or Hawaii liy Sapt l'uli WkH
to Alexander Young; (limit; right to
lay 0-lnili In diameter water pipe
tliinngli land, Knlllil, Honolulu. II
292, p 73. Dated Apr 2, 1907.
N .1 l.nlz to Consalvcs ti. Co Lid;
C M; indso, llxtiiicK. etc, la stoic and
liorw', wagon, etc. Queen and Klnwu
Stx, Honolulu; (1200. II 289, p IS7.
Dated Aug 8. 190fi.
Kiilinunaelu lllplkane ami lisli (J
W) to May II Diiwllm;; I); por It V
1302, Piiuniil, Honolulu; $ 1 7 r. . II 292
p 70. Dated Mnr 20, 1907.
C V Wnlwutnlo Knnliit (k) lo
KrmiK It Harvey: D; 11319 m ft Innd
and water rt, Knlllil, Honolulu: (250.
II 292, p 78. Dated Apr I, 1907.
Ilernnril ile Catmint Jr niul w-f to
Kxor niul Adnir or list nr (1 August
Hen-no; M; N half lot II No, 7 (ft
lines Innd), Kilknau 2nd, S llllo;
$311. SB. II 289, p IS9, Dated Mar
Anliiiie l'.iclu-co and wr to Manuel
Com.js; I); U 1' SO.IO, N Kona. Hn
wall; ISM). II 292, p 77. Dated Nov
Katie Itntipp to Mnrgnrot V Akliui;
I); int In pc land. Kcaalll, Valnica.
Kauai; $91. II 292, p 80. Dated
Apr 1. 1907.
Recorded April 5, 1907.
Uuslnv c'liiiH'H and wf to IMuni.l
ll T Welter tr; I); purs It 1' 3.'. 10,
Kul 10198, Knlllil. Honolulu; $000.
II 292, p 81. Dated Apr ft, 1907.
Mill-tin ItllM'lllllfllt to CIiiih S Dcs-
ky; I); por Ap 2. Kill ftiill and wa
ter rt, Kallhl, Honolulu; jr.iMi. It
292. 83. Dated Apr 4, 1907.
Clum S Desky to Wllficd A (lieca
well tr; M; por Ap 2, Kill .lull, Kn
lllil, Honolulu; $2000. II 289. p Hit.
Dated Apr I, 1907.
Stephen I'mauiiia lo John 1-' Col
liara; I); nit la It 1' 3592, Kul 20C3,
Kapaitkolo, Honolulu; $1. II 292, p
84. Dated Mar 30. 1907.
(Iwrgo P Xnklana to .John K Col
Inirn; D: tut la It I' 3,pi92, Kul 2005,
Knpiiiikolo, Honolulu; $lft. II 292,
I 8ft. Dated Apr 4, 1907.
I: A Douthltt and wf to Annie Al
lien (widow); I); lot 3, till; 01, hldg,
etc, Wnlnhie had, Honolulu; $1, II
tte. Walalae tract, Honolulu; $1. II
292, p SO. Dated Apr I, 1907.
Mrs Annie Alden to 1-Mlth ( Dou
thltt; D; lot 2, till; f,l, hldg. etc,
Wnl'ului) tract, Honolulu; $1. II 292,
P 88. Dated Apr I, 1907.
Lovl I'crkliiH to Tr of Clinrlotto L
Turner; M; 4732 bq ft hind, Knln
wnhlne, Honolulu; $200. II 289, p
494. Dated Apr ft, 1907.
0 Segelken liy atty to Clonics K
Collins; ltd; lots 9 and 10. Iilk II,'
Or 3400, hldgs, etc, of ll.iRclinll tract,
Klnau St, Honolulu; $K.80. II 289,
Charles K Collins to Almen (1
lllcknull; D; lots 9 mid 10. Idle II,
i (3i-: 100, Klnau St, Honolulu; $U.80.
II 292, p &S. Dated Apr I, 1907.
Kageno M Cnnipbell to Alhert N
Campbell; I); por Int r42, (lr 3,"t72
I'cnr I'ensacola St, Honolulu! $1, It
292, p 90. Dated Apr I, 1907.
Kit nr Chun Afnng hy ndiur to
Itnso ltobeitsna and huh; Itel; II I'
S92, 3 pes land and hhlgs, Niiuauii
St, Honolulu; $2500. II 289, p 497.
Dated Apr ft. 1907.
lllshop & Co to llot.0 Uolieiteou
niul IihIi; Itel; It l 2892, .1 pea Innd.
tililgs, etc, N11U.11111 St, Honolulu;
$500. 11 289, p 198. Dated Apr 4,
Untie ItolierlHon niul lisli lo I'cter
Jacobs; M; It l 2S92, 3 pes land,
IiIiIr.h, etc, Nimanu St, Honolulu ; $2,-
IftOO. II 295, p 37. Dated Apr 4,
Recorded April 0. 1907.
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:2fi85 and 0979. Vineyard and K'un-
l.ial SU, Honolulu; pc land mid life
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