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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TIIUnSDAY, JAN. 9, 1908.
E& "" e i v -
f unrig iipi) Idk "
WEEKLY CA ENOAR
Paelflc First Degree.
mi .minus moiii tiers of the
irdi (ire conllally Invited to
ittpinl mi .tins of locl lodges
iARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets eiery Monday evening at
:3l In I. 0. O t Hall. Fort Btreet.
C. R. HENDRY, Sccrotary.
F. W. 0 CURING. N. O.
All Tlsltlug brothers very cordially
t V ted
JIYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Mfti overv I'uosday evening at
,.,".0 o'clock In K. of P. Hull, cor
ort and Uerctnnlc. Visiting broth-
.-ordlally Invited to attend.
A. S. WEUUHR. 0. C.
F. WALDRON, K. It. a.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every rrlday evening t
A. of P. Hall, cor Fort and Uere
unla at 7-30 Members of Mystic
Lod,r' No !. Wm MclCinley Lodge
No 8, snd visiting brothers rordlill
:mi-i ii 'IuhIdcks
A. O DEERING, C.C..
JAS. W. WHITE. K.R.S.
40N0LULU LODGE C16, B. P. 0. E.
Uouolulu Lodge No. 616, U. P. O.
4., will meet In their hall on King
near Fort xtrcet every Friday even
ts Mi nrrtor of the K R
HARRY A WILDER,
- K UIOHaKUSON. B. R.
m M'KINLEY LODGE No.8. K.ofP.
.Meet every Saturday evening at
:.10 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor
ort nnd Uerctanla. Visiting broth
tt cordially invited to attend
L. H. WOLF. C. C.
E. A. JACODSON, K. It. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the Snd and 4th WED
NESDAY eenlng3 of each month at
-.3d o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
lerctanla and Fort streets,
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at-
L E TWOMKY, V.. President.
' II T MOORE. Secy.
'AWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1. 1. 0. P.. H.
Mesti rery tlrot and third Thura
Myf of each month at Knights nf
ythlan Hall Visiting brothers r.or
Mill Invited to attend.
J. W. ASCII, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
Winton Touring Car
the Fineit Can Ever Seen in Hono
lulu. Cnll and Sec Them.
Ass ci tod Garage
S1ERCHANT ST. PHONE 388.
iONOLU U IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of ever? capacity and de-
tcription made to order, Boiler woik
mrl RIVETED PIPES for irriimtJnu
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re- MOVED TO
pairs executed at shortest notice. I
. , , ! SKATING RINK BLDG., Queen St.
h irch e'fs I
rnrU and Medium Sires, Complete. A VirtOr Talking Machine
A. "ERNND Z & SON,
Vos. 44-50 King St.. Katey Blk., bt.
Nurinu and Smith fits.: Tel. 189.
can be done very easily with your
Japanese servant by purchasing an
Enelish and Japanese Cook Book.
' AT ALL BOOKSTORES
nl'uik iiiHike ul i I nts ledgeri
m ounufuctrrvd bj the nulletin Pub
K-ing and Bethel Sts.
Coyne Furniture Co.
We have everything in
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Frtsh Bamboo Fibre
fot weaving;. Lauhala
Mat3, Tapat, Brasses.
Hawaii & South Seas
Curio Co., Alexander
SfhlilTlflPi CrUTifltfP f!fl
rUlUmQU a" ,a5C U'
BRIGHTENS THE HOME.
BERGSTROM MUSIC COMPANY, Ltd
Odd Fellows' Bldg., Fort St.
At All Watchdealers.
Acent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor FOR I" and KING 8ts.. Honolaln.
Th vJ.kly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the 'i.-.'in of the day.
tdWilfa J;"' liWI(M i
JtiiiiViirKiin iii Mil
LOCAL ANIT UENEKAL
Today's Bulletin Want Ads. will
find desirable tenants for desirable)
Embroidery silo at A. DIom's.
Go to the Poultry Show. All
award now made.
Try n hoi snack at tbo Hoffmann
1 efore nil vn home
Boats tin ii il out byC D. Walker
are built llko a watch.
Try a dinner this evening at the
Alexander Young Cafe.
Just arrived, Hallwood Cash Rctris-
tcrs. Hawaiian Oflicc Specialty Co.,
l'lii' Palm Cafo, Hotel utrcnt near
f,;, s. is the stnudiril for caudles
.iiHi Uc iieam.
I.il-i on. carrlago or autmutiullp
m llumtllin Carriage Manfg Co., for
up-toilato repair. '
Tbv KasliiOu Saloon Is scrrinc the
-iimc good lunch that It always genus
mtucen 12 and 1 o'cloik.
ludgo llolo yesterday granted the
petition of J. S. Martin that he be
adJuJged a bankiupt
Hotlmann Chop House open all the
time on Hotel street, near N'uuami.
Fxcellent meals at lowest prices
The nicest gift to send your
friends Is a cosa of Island pvoseres
Mri. Krnrns has a fresh lot ready fur
Coat : oui iio.1 loofs with 'Ar.ibii
You will be surprised at Itn eoolltn!
and preeriitlvp propartle Cnllforolj
Prod ( 'o . ngi ut
Pail Hi. Itoun.a'.i Lo.igo No 1, I
O 1" will nioet tblii 1liuri"li mn
Ing Jnnuar) 'J. at 7 '30 In Odd l'llo
If you would have a husher, take
home a package of Alagrettt's Chips,
Tablets, Creams or Nougat, from
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
Twenty necond-iiauu sewing m i
chines of a'l stumlanl mold's for salt
Prices from ss up. llenny &. Co., Ltd.
agents W'hltQ Family Rotary, 12u
Kcrt street. Phono 4SS.
An Important meeting of the Cath
11c Ladles' Aid Society will be held
at the Convent on next Friday at .1 u
n . All members aro requested to at
tend. Only a few days more to buy the
best make of underwear at much less
than regular prices at the annual Jan
uary underwear sale at N. S. Sachs
Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
Care In selecting and training men
has given the Union-Pacific Transfer
(.. a reputation for carefulness Ip
handling and promptness In hauling
freight of all kinds. Phone 58.
The 1908 Model of thg Poerleis four-
yllndcr, seven-passenger touring car
has just arrived at tho von Harnm
Young Co., utd., and Is now ready for
Inspection at their nhow-rooms.
Uev. John E. Dodge, once In the em
ploy of tho Hawaiian Board, who had
charge of the missionary work on
Maul, Is reported to be seriously III
He Is now In Worrcster County.
Vhut you wnnl In only Hip bent but
tor. Tho purest and treshest with
'tut the right amount of paltlncss.
Our buder Is the host! Lewis & Co,
Ltd., family grocers, 1G9 King street.
Get an nlbum for your kodak and
postcard Eouvonlrs. WChnvo a now
hipimnt in of all hinds and sizes.
Prices from 10 cents to ten dollars.
"apcr, Ipathor, and cloth. Honolulu
"hoto Supply Co.
A wirolnBS from Hllo savs The
ngcnc of the Planters' Lino ships has
peon 1 1 nimftfrred to Captain Pil'vce
' ho has received u cublograui thnt
Urn Matson Navigation Company will
.rad then) flora Hllo.
The Alewa Heights Improvement
Society will hold u meeting In tho ma
ital pavilion of the Young Hotel thl
Mining at 7:20. A full attendance of
meinliera Ii expected, as repoitB of
importance will be brought before the
Tho program for tho reading to be
Klen at tho Art League at 10 o'clock
i.n Siturday morning will be -as ol
! Drowning: Portrayals of Na-
in ml i.lfo. French: Two Poets of
t mljrs (prologue). Incident of tho
Kremh Camp. Hervo Kiel. Count
Girmotid On a Balcony.
Th illoenan branch of tho V.'o-
man's Auxiliary to the Hoard of Mis-bloni-
uill hold ltd quarterly mcotlng
at Ft fitment h parish lloipo on 1'ii
da, Jnuuurv lo at 3 p. m An Intel
Cbtlim pupi'i on "Tlii' Tik'nnlnl Con
'entlnn at Ulchmoud," by Mian von
Hull, will hi- read a'ld the Wshop
ul1 kIm an nUlieuu All the brandies J
..ii iiiiiKsilv uiged tn atund, also th
limlui Aul!lni'i6H and .eij one In
tin "led v 111 be welcome.
Mysterious Santa Clans (.catterr
hundreds of copies of Day'B "Raid on
Prosperity" among congressmen and
correspondents, who pass them on to
negro elovalor boy,
Archbishop Ireland, In an address
beroro Grand Army veterans In St.
Paul, Minn., said that the way for
Amerlfca to avert war Is to he pre
pared. A Most Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN,
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
A. I SANFOUD,
Boston Building. Fort Street.
over Mav S Co.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
dons by tho
lth their new FRENCH dry elcmlnn
PF.8 Deretanla St. Pione 1491.
Curios and Jewelry
Railroads Mast Have
Legil Safety Appliances
WASHINGTON, U C , Jan. 8. Attorney General Honaparte has di
rected tho United States District Attorneys to suo many of tho railroads
which arc violating tho law by operating trains not lilted with the safe
ty appliances required.
ABE RUEF IS PLACED IN JAIL
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 8. Abo Ituef, convicted of extortion,
was today taken Into custody by tho nn.w Sheriff, who took office today
with tho other elected municipal officials. Huef has been taken to tho
1) ranch County jail and Is confined In
detention was Issued by Judgo Dunne,
CHINA TO JOIN
PEKING, China, Jan. 8. Proposals have been received by the Chi
nese Government from Japan for a settlement of tho postal iiuestlonx In
Manchuria, but the terms proposed fiom Toklo are believed to bo accept
able to the Chinese, who are contemplating Joining the Postnl Union.
NEW YORK, N. Y., Jan. 8. The control of tho Mercantile National
Dank has passed from A. llelnze, tho copper king, who Is now under ur
re3t for the false certification of checks, to Edwin Gould, capitalist and
FLACH'S WAR TALK IN PARIS
PARIS, Franco, .Inn. 8. Jacquof I'lach, the publicist. In an Interview
today, declared that an armed contllrt between America nnd Jnpan Is cer
tnln. He urgtM Hngland and France to Intervene and uert tho war.
TO MEET AluXniCAN FLEET
1UO JANMliO, Hni7ll .Ii n S
ailed to meet tho Amoni ui lltct,
ST. PAUL, Minn., Jan. 8. A loceher has been appointed for the
Chlcugo and Great Western Railroad.
' i i j
NEW YORK, N. Y., Jim S.SIx
have been finally accepted.
First Mate On German
l'lrst Officer llscherhaus, of tho oveiy two yeais. TIiIb List trip lln-
Geniian steam fielghter which put Itbed me. It was too miah or u Htr.iln
Into this port yesterday in distress, "' ""vca- w"e l'.oke.Lat my
L . ' wife's picture for what I thought
after a hanowing journey down from m,B,,t be tho ,aBt tm(!i j 0Wed Umt
Puget Sound, sas thnt ho is through if i 0Ver ,;ot a decent opportunity
with the sea. Of course, ho Is not I1Ba i wou, auit tho sea for good,
nblo to leave the chip at present, i-ni ,iue for this voyage to Siberia;
for not only has he no prospectB In then I'll cut out the seafaring mo It
view here, but also he says that It nny icttitl of a show In any kind of a
would go against tho grain with him , place turns up."
to quit nnd 1cae tho captain In u, , m .
bad hole. Abo Ruef Is to bo removod from
"I hne had eight years of this sea-1 his private prison to a cell at the
faring llfo already," said Eschor-1 county Jail on tho dny SherllT-olect
haus, "and that eight years has Just i Dolan assumes office.
been long enough to teach me thati - ... -
life on the billowy wave is not quite
eo enticing or sublime as I thought Burn' Hea,ei1 In Ono DaY by
when I first went at it. Of course, "THE HOUSEHOLD SUROEON"
thoro Is no denying that the life Is Druggists refund money If DR.
fascinating, full of danger and ad- PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC IIEAL
venture, and all that sort of thing, ing OIL fails. Made by PARI3
but after a few years of close asso- MEDICINE CO., Saint Louis, U. S.
elation with the thing that la at 0 a,
..fcmi,Hii,u,Mti- wui .. .....-i...
why the best filing system for
the office is that gotten out by
the YAWMAN & ERBE MAN
UFACTURING CO., the
The first two are SAFETY
and CONVENIENCE. We'll
tell you the others, if you call
to sec them.
Hawaiian News Co.,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG.
ono of tho cells. The order for his
befoie whom ho was convicted.
division of the llrazllinu navy has
wli'rh paused Pel nainliiico today on Its
of the jurors for tho Thaw
1 llrst romantic, that thing becomes ux
Ictudlngly trllc. I am only -'& years
I' Id and I do not think that It is too
laic for urn t kurti some other trade
loss dn nisei hub. Now,
to ulfer me n n lie
rbor Master's iishIhI-
nil, would I Jump at It T Well, 1
--him lil xin that 1 would. 1 hne u
"'at llttln wife at home, anil 1 would
liilng her om whero wo could always
he together, aav, that bound piot
) good, doeMi'l It' At. It Ik now, I
see ner. well, I never can lull when
the next time will bo when I leavo
home, but usually It happens about
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Monday, De. ic.
1JUREKA Sailed, Dec. 16:
Am sclir. Eva, for Honolulu.
Wcaneiday, Dee. -18.
AUCKLAND Arrived, Dec. 17.
11 r. S. S. Croup of Oallcla, hence
Thurs-Jay, Dec. 19.
GRAY'S IIAUlinU-Hailed Dec. 17:
Am nchr. Hubert Lewow, for Hono
lulu. SAN rilANC'IRCO Sailed Dec. 10:
A.-H. S. S Missouri, for Sound,
Saturday, Dec. 21.
NKWCASTLIT-Salleil Dec. IC:
Am. bkU o Puako, for
Monday, Dec. 23.
3AN FRANCISCO Sailed Dec. 21.
Am. bk. Annlo Johnson, for Hllo.
KAHULUI Arrived Dec. 23:
A.-H. S. S. Noadan, hence Dec. 22.
HILO Arrived Dec. 21:
Am. S. S. Enterprise, hence Dec. 20.
SAN FRANCISCO -Sailed Dec. 23:
Dk. St. Katherlno. for Hllo.
Tuesday, Dec. 24.
Am lik t up Cmiinndo, for Honolulu.
Thursday, Dee. 20.
SAN FRANCISCO-Railed Dec. 81:
Am. sclir. W. 1! Murston, for llono
Am Pp. L M Hit tiit- from Seattle
for Knhulul put In leaking
Friday, December 21.
BAN FRANCISCO Arrived Dee. 27.
Am. bktne Irmgard, hence Dec 1.
PORT TOWN9UND Arrived Den. 'ii.
Am. bk Albeit Irom Hllo lien C.
Saturday, Dec. 22.
HILti-ArrhPd Deo. 27:
Am. bk Mohican, from Tacoma.
Monday, Dec. 30.
SAN KRANCISCO-ArrlM.il Dec 29:.
Am. bit. Androw Welch, from Hllo!
PORT TOWNSEND Arrived Dec. 28:
Am. bl: Albert, irom Hllo.
EUREKA At rlcd Doc. 29:
Am. sclir. O. M. Kellogg, from Hllo.
Monday, Dec. 30.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Dec. 29:
P. M. S. S. Korea, hence Dec. 18.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Dec. 28:
Fr. S. S. Amlral Fourlchon, for Ho
nolulu. KAHULUI Sailed Dec. 29:
Am. bk. E. F. Whitney, for San
Note Am. sp. Jnbez Hones failed
to get nway from Kahulul on Satur
day, as roportcd.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Dec. 31:
Am, bk. Edward May, from Maka-
well Dec. 11.
PORT GAMBLE Sailed Dee. 30:
Am, sch. Allco Cooke, for Honolulu
ABERDEEN Arrived Dec. 30:
Am. bgtn. Gcnevn, from Makawell,
NEWCASTLE Arrived Dec. 29:
llr. S. 8. Aotea, henco Dec. 11.
Thursday, January 2.
SAN DIEGO Arrhcd Jan. 1:
A.-H. S. S. Nebraskan, from Sallna
Friday, January 3.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan. 3:
Jap. S. S. Nippon Mnru, hence Dec,
NEWCASTLE Sallod Jan 1:
Am. sclir. Helne, for Mahukona.
YOKOHAMA Arrived, .Tan. 2:
Jnp. S. S America Mnru, henco
YOKOHAMA Sailed! Jan 3:
I. M. S S. Mongolia, for Honolulu.
Saturday, January 4.
VANCOUVER Sailed Jan. 3:
Mr S. H. Mimu.i, for Honolulu.
FIJI Sailed Jan. 1: t
Br. 8. S. Mloweia, for Honolulu (30
MAHUKONA Arrhed Dec. 31:
Am. sclir. H. C. Wright, from San
Monday, January 6.
SAN DIEGO Sailed, Jan. 4: , -A.-H.
8. S. Arlsonan, for San Tram
MONTEVIDEO Arrlvod, Jan. 5.
Am. pp. I). V. Packard, from Nor
folk for Honolulu, put In In dls
trrxs Yueoday, January 7,
'SAJ.INA CRUZ Anlvod Jim 4:
A -II 8. 8. Alaskuu, from Sun Fran-,
SALINA CRUZ Sailed Ian B-
' A.M. 8 8. Meiun. foi San Dligr
KAANAP LI Billed Ian R:
A.-H. 8 S Texan, for Sullna Cruz.
Wednesday, January 0.
SAN FRANCISCO An Ivcd Jan. 7"
Am. S. S. Illlimlim, hence Dee. 31.
SAN FRANC ISCO Sailed Jan. 7:
P. M. 8 8. Manchuria, for Honolulu
Thursday, January 9.
fcAN FRANCISCO Anhoil. Jiin..lr
P. SI. 8 8. Asia, henco Jan. 3.
HILO Sailed Jim. 4
S. 8. Enterprise, for San Francisco.
Warren, In Philippines.
Thomas, sailed for Manila, Dec. 14.
luford, at Manila.
Sheridan, nt San Frnnclsco. .
Logan, nt Snn IVancisco.
Crook, sailed for Mnulla, via Guam
Sherman, nt San Francisco.
PANAMA CANAL WORK
Panama, Dec. 28. Approximating
Monday and Tuesday's output, exca
vations from tho canal for thu month
of December will establish a new re
cord. Tho Culcbra division alono will
show n steam shovel excaatlon of
1,000,000 cublo yards, while dredges
and stonm shovels on other pnrta of
tho canul will show another million.
U M 35 3 3S 31 3!) J? 3f H K K 5t 5 K X
K H H K 30 3i 31, K 3C Jf 35 3J K 35 X tt
Tliuisday, January !).
Stmr. Claudlne, Bennett, fiom Ha
waii ports, 0:20 n. m.
Wednesday, January 8.
A.-S. 8. Npvnflnn, (Ireone, for San
Frnnclsco, 12 m.
Stmr. Ilelcne, Mitchell for Paau
1 nil, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Noeau. for llonokaa, S p. m.
Thursday, January 9.
Stmr. Noeau, Onots, for Walmo.i
ports, 10 n. m.
ff 3C K X Jf V H X W )t 3i 3f 3f K
K SAILING TODAY
A.-H. 8. H. Columbian, Colconl, for
Muni ports, & p. in.
, Stmr. Mlkahala, Gregory, for Kanal
ports, r, p. m.
ii PASSENGERS ARRIVED
a n s. . j &. 3i a vt a a w k n
Per stmr. Clamlliio, Uonnctt, from
Hawaii ports, D:20 a. in. C'npt. Sncha,
O. H. Knnoloka, Ida KniiaKika, Fnthol
Fntliels, Mies Chalmcis, A. Doie.
wife .'lid 2 elillilun, Mia. Wecrfan 1,
llar In iiiftues, Mlsi F I! I.n. I..
MIk D D ICiiKltf, MIfu .1 lMtr, Ml. .
H. fltendei. Mis Mabel Tailor Jii.
l.ludsuN. 8. Wrouii. F. Vu.cnmlln II
1 auss, I. H Snilih, It C Hums K
Slli a, Jos Niintn. Jr.. II I'Kkf Mi.
M. Ciimtnlngt. Mia W 8 King. Mi
II. Ki'Ohnkalnli', H Macviio, V. I
Hula, A A KHii'.'m, C. !'. Hyde.
WATr.nimnTiT motes w
si -a :, ic Di a iii ;i in a u , a & s R a
The latent iiewa ricdieil nt the
United Staten Murlno HoBpilnl olllro
It to Ilio 1'uVrl that Hit- plague In
Pan Finnclfco In on tho ileereasi'. Tho
last few boats that have eoniu down
from San Francisco have carried nowa
that was far from pleasant regarding
conditions in tho California metrop
olis. That tho plnguo Is on tthn de
crease Is certainly welcome news
hero, for It means thnt the quaran
tine InwH that seem so useless and aro
ko much double hero will be laxcr
than heretofore. Tho cholera scaro
In Honolulu In now about a thing of
tho past. No new cases have been ro
lorted and It is extremely unlikely
that there will bo any more. At 4ho
expiration of u certain time proscribed
by tho Goiernmcnt, tho quaianttno
will probably bo entirely removed.
O. James Devlin, ono of tho oldest
nnd best known marlno cnglnccra on
thu Islands, met with an accident yes
terday that camo verfc near causing
htm to lose his hand. While working
with tho machinery on the Inter-Island
steamer Mlkahala, of which ho
Is the chief engineer, Devlin's Index
finger on his right hand was caught
in sumo cogs and terribly lacerated.
With quick presence nf mind, however,
ho Jerked the lemnlnder of his hand
fiom tho merciless grasp of thu ma
chinery, and It wiib probably only on
account of this that his whole hand
was not mashed to a pulp. The ac
cident will keep Chief Devlin from
his duties on board the Mlkahala for
ronia tlmo. It Is thought. At any ite,
he will hardly be able tb go out Vrlth
his boat on her next trip.
On tho pasetigei lists of tho Ocean
ic steamship Alameda for her last two
triiis, there hnvo been almost one
hundred Portuguese and Spaiilauls re
turning from tho States, pilntlpally
California. Thcso peoplu left here
with tho expectations of finding alt
Muds nf work on tho mainland nt tho
nest kind of pi ices, ifnur bpending
tevcral mouths In a frultlesx bcarcu
for labor, they decided to return to
thu Islands, There Is a lot of work
going on In the States nt tho present
and has been for tho last ear, but
the whole trouble Him In tho fact that
there are two men for oiery Job.
The Inter-lslond steamer Noeau,
Captain Oucss, left this morning with
a few pastongers for Walmea porta.
Thu Noeau only arrived horo yestci
i'Bi fiom tbn oilier Islan Is TJiu Mi
Vnlinlu Captain Giegim will Hill un
tbo same pori this iitiuinonu ( u( '
NiWb linn Ik-i.ii ii'i'Huvl at iho
llni'kfelil uffiius to the niti-tt thai tin
big liner Mongolia will urMvi- loi.
Hunday Iro'ii tho Oileut.on her w .1 in
8an FiaiHitV'i On Hie fullowliu
1'iiL-Mlut, llie M.mcli.iihi will limn Ip
to this port v lib mull, freight uiiu pa
ipiiKi'i' itoui Sim Franiiscii.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Jan. 8, 1008,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p, m, '
Wulilu and wt to W S Nlcoll . . . ..!)
Lapunu Kc.iwcpooolu and wf to
Deborah Polilnu KxO
Entered for Record Jan. 9, 1008,
Fiom 0 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
.Ilia Enoku to Kahauloa (w)...PD
8 Ynmunaka to C Kojaungl ...CM
Antonio do Souza and wf to An
tonio M Caldelra D
Daniel Do Muttos and wt to An
tonio Franco D
Kamnnnwuhopu Knlama and wf to
N Omsted D
Lcong Hong nnd wf to Antonio M
Lcong Chun to Antonio M Plres., I)
Nupahuelua and hBb to T Awana.U
First Hank of Hllo Ltd totAmella
do Souza and hsb v ......... Rol
Louisa Mnssman nnd hsu to Young
Men's Sav Soc Ltd M