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W ' EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T, II, ntllUI , JAN 10, IPOS.
i 1 l1,,l, L0CAL AND GENERAL rrJT)m I mi cannm nnnic I
t . Milfllf. IfHPll il)lL. No thrifty housekeeper can afford Mtl (.MEM Nilie ReaSOllS .HO., Ill 0
i ) '" J1L illMIll ,0 overlook Bulletin Ads.-either W5$ffi? "VGBOr
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I WEEKLY GA EHDAR
WL Hawaiian Stated. (J.
Honolulu Commandery Inital-
Pacific First Degree.
ll visiting member of he
.dr are cordially Invited to
itnnd mi tttngi of local lodgo
1ARM0NY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meeti every Monday evening at
J:V In I. O. O. i Hall, Fort Street.
K. R. HKNDKY, Becretary.
P. W. QEHRINO, N. O.
All visiting brotner yery cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets ever; Tuesday evening at
30 o'clock In K. of t Hall, cor,
orl Hnd Ueretnnlt. Visiting broth-
r cordially Invited to attend.
W L LYLE, CC,
F. WALDUOX, OS.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, E. of P.
MeeU every rrlday evening at
, v.. of P. Hall, cor. Fort and Uern
.nla at 7:30. Members ot Mystic
Lodge No. 2, Wm. McKlnley Lodgo
No. S, and visiting brothers cordially
A. O DEER1NO, C C ,
JAS. YV WHITE, K.R S
SONOLULU LODGE 616, S. P. 0. E
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, 13. P. O.
., will meet In their hall on King
ear Fort street every Friday even
' lv nrrtur of the tl R.
HARRY A WILDER.
B KICHaRUSON. B. R.
JraTM'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P,
Meets every Saturday evening nt
10 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor
art and lierotanla. Visiting broth'
' cordially Invited to attend
W. L. FHAZEE. CC,
E. A. JACODSON, K.R S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meetr on the 2nd and 4tb WED
ESDAY evenings of each month at
30 o'clock In K ot P. Hall, cornor
teretanta and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
And. W. L TRAZEE, W , Prcst
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
.'AWAIIAN THIBE No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meets every first and third Thura
lays of each month at Knights nt
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
ilallv Invited to attend.
J. W. ASCII, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
WE ARE AGENTS POR
Winton Touring Car
The Finest Can Ever Seed in Hono
lulu. Call and See Them.
MERCHANT ST. PHONE 388.
HONOLlhU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
icription made to order. Boiler work
nd RIVETED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOP WORK, and re
oairs executed at shortest notice.
j'mr'J and Medium Sizes, Complete.
A. rERNANDFZ & SON,
ffof . 44-00 King St., KaUey Elk., bt.
Numnu and Smith fits.; Tel. 189.
can bo done very easily with your
Japanese servant by purchasing an
English and Japanese Cook Book.
AT ALL BOOKSTORES
lUuik biMikr ul i I irts ledgeri
lc. intnufoctcrvd by the BuIUtln Pub
i' otfsciilaeier Co.
tving and Bethel Sts.
To obtain the result is
not easier than learn
ing the advantages of a
You can get the infor
Gas Co., Ltd.
Coyne Furniture Co.
We have everything in
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Fresh Bamboo Fibre
for weaving. Lauhala
Mats, Tapas, Brasses.
Hawaii & South Seas
Curio Co., Alexander
Schuman Carriage Co.
SKATING RINK BLDG., Queen St.
A Victor Talking Machine
BRIGHTENS THE HOME.
BERGSTROM MUSIC COMPANY, Ltd
Odd Fellows' Bldg., Fort St.
At All Watohdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Cor. FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu.
in. wj.Kiy tamon or in. Kv.ning
Pullttln gives a complete summary of
that r.AUB r4 Mt j4bu
... ..-.,. -., ..,v m.,.
Embroidery salo nt A Mom's.
Panama lints cleaned nt tho (Hobo
Symphony Orchestra rehearsal thla
If ott haven't been to tho Poultry
Show, go nt once.
Just arrived, Hallwood Cash Regis
ters. Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
Take vout carriage or automciullo
to Hawaiian Carriage Jlanfg. Co., for
Tho Fashion Saloon la serving tho
same good lunch that it always serves
between 12 mid 1 o'clock.
Hoffmann Chop Houso open all tho
time on Hotel streol, near Nuunnu.
excellent mealB at lowest prices
United States Deputy Marshal 11 C.
Drtms returnod In tho Clauillno yea
terday from Maul.
Kealohnnul, an aged Hawaiian, died
yesterday at tho Lunalllo Home, of old
nge. Ho was soventy-one years old.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will bo surprised at Its cooling
and proservntho properties. California
Feed Co., agents
The best safeguard for jour health
that you can have Is a Leonard Re
frigerator. It Hackfeld & Co , Ltd ,
Hackfeld & Co. state that the Mon
goll.i will probably arrlvo Sunday
morning and leave the afternoon of
A gas stove spells bank account
Tlio person who lias ono will get tho
other. See the Honolulu Gas Co , Ltd ,
Thero will bo a meeting of tho Cnth
ullc Ladles' Aid Society at tho con
vent today nt 3 p. m. All members
are requested to attend.
If you would have a husher, take
home a package of Alagretti's Chips,
Tablets, Creams or Nougat, from
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
During tho cold nights thero is
nothing so good as a warm blanket
riuch ns you can get from L. Ahoy, on
Nuuanu street below Hotel
Thero will hu a Bpeclal meeting of
Pacific Lodgo No. 822, A F and A
M , tonight at the usual tlmo and
place. Work In first degree.
You will get tho highest quality ot
ladles' underwear at the lowest prices
In tho city nt our storo Yeo Chan &.
Co., cornor King and Ilcthcl Sts.
Tho Scottish Thistle Chili will ob
serve tho anniversary of tho birth of
Robert Rurns, which occurs on Jan
nary 2S, with a smoking concert.
C. J. Hume, a graduate ot Cornell
University, Ithaca, N Y has been
appointed assistant horticulturist ot
llie Hawaii Experiment Station.
Tho most complete line of Crosse
& Dlackwull goods In the city Is on
display In tho windows ot J. M. Levy
& Co, family gioccrs. Jhoue 76,
Twenty scconanana sowing ma
chines of all standard makCB for sale
Prices from $S up. Benny &. Co , Ltd ,
agents White Family Rotary, 1260
Fort street. Phono 488.
If you will conflno your tlpplo to
sroda water mado by tho Consolidated
Soda Water Works Co, you will liavo
no HI effects. Ring 'phono 71 and get
Miss Louise Johnson, sister In-law
of Dr McCnllum of Fort Shatter,
whllo riding, wus thrown from a
horse last Wednesday and received
Tho funeral of the late Mrs. Halo
ukala Hart, who died last Sunday, Is
to bo held next Sunday. It will bo
conducted by one of the nativo so
( Idles of which she was n member.
Men of all ages, sizes, tastes, and
pocket-ability will find this tho store
tor them, and Hart, Schnffncr & Marx
clothes tho kind they want. Sllva'a
Toggery, Elkb building, King street.
Tho Promotion Committee held a
very short meeting yesterday after
noon nt which It was reported that
.Tas. Wllden and D. II. Hitchcock
would collaborate on tho floral parade
Prank Godfrey, as a crodltor of the
estate of tho lato Isaac Noar, has
osked tho court to require Samuel
Noar, tho administrator, to fllo nn ac
count. It Is stnled In tho petition that
no account has been filed for moro
than two years.
In tho mutter of tho cstato of Ko
kapu, deceased, tho nppialscrs, P. Sll
va, r. W. Ileckley and Charles A. K.
Hopkins, (lied their nppralscmont of
tho estate. Tho administrator gave
them an Invontory of four pieces of
leal estuto as constituting tho cstato.
TIiobo wcro valued respcctlvolv nt
$500, $150, $300 and $50, n total of
Three motions wcro llled this aft
ernoon by Thompbon & Clemons, rep
resenting llesslo Hums, ono of tho ro-
spondonts In tho Atong caso, nil of
them challenging tho right of W. T.
Rawlins to appear as uttornoy for
certain parties to tho suit. Tho
three motions are for oraors for
Itnvvllna to pioduco his authority to
roprcsent Htta P. Whiting, Tony
Afong and Martha M Dougherty.
In the suit of tho Territory of Ha
waii by James W. Pratt, Commission
tr of Public Lands, vs. A. S. Clcghorn
and Jamos II, Boyd, default was yos
terday entered against Uoyd nnd a
stipulation was fllod between the oili
er parties waiving a Jury, Tho suit Is
for rent for tlio land of Kaholwal,
'6 80 acres, In Manoa Valley, leased
to tho defendants In 1891 for fifteen
years at $75 a year. There la claimed
to be duo $250 In back rent.
A. N. SANFORD.
Boston Building, Fort Street.
over May & Co.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
lth their new FRENCH dry cleaning
258 Deretanla St. Phono 1491.
THE -KIND OF LIGHT
to read by is a STEADY, EVENLY-DIFFUSED light. The KIND
TO HAVE is one that's ALWAYS CONVENIENT. The KIND
YOU WANT is the CHEAPEST. By CHEAPEST wc mean the
one that costs you the least in the end. And wc count in the
bills for cleaning the smudge of the open flame from your rugs
and curtains, and what you pay for matches.
Isn't that right? Well, then, the best light is the
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Office, KING ST. near ALAKEA. PHONE 390.
Measure Is Favord
WASHINGTON, U O , .Inn 3 The llonro Committee on immigra
tion haa favorably leportcd Representative Hepburn's bill, suspending
for six yenrs tho piohlbltlon of tho lmpoitutlon of bollclteil Kuropenu
laborers Into tho Territory of Hawaii
Congressman Hepburn, cooperating
with Delegato Kuhlo, has Introduced
tho following bill, which epitomizes
what Hawaii seeks in tho way ot
immigration legislation: j
Relating to Immigration Into the Ter
ritory of Hawaii. I
Bo It enacted by tlio Scnalo and
House of HoproscntutlvcH of the Unit
ed States of America in Congress us-'
icmblcd, That nothing In tho Act eu-j
titled "Au Act to regulato tho Inimt-j
gratlon of nllcus Into tho United
States," approved" February twentieth,!
i.lnctecn hundred nnd seven, shall be
Inltcn, for a term of six ycaro from tlio
appeal hereof, to exclude from admlu I
tlon to tho Territory of Hawaii, as!
contract laborers ns denned by section '
two of tho said Act, nmopenn nllcns!
who hnvo been Inducod or solicited
to mlgrnto to tho said Territory ofj
Hawaii by offers or promlscH of em
plnyinent within the snld Territory,)
held out to them by tho said Tenltoryi
or by the hoard of Immigration of tho
said Territory, or tho otllccrs, mem
hers, or ngcntn of such board, or to
oxcludo from admission to tho sild
Territory European nllenn who' tick
eta or passages hnvo been paid fin
with money of, or who have liocm n
hinted to mlgrnto by, tho said Tini
tory, or Its hoard of immigration, or
tho officers, members, or agents of
such board, oven though It is not af
firmatively shown that such Huropean
aliens' tickets or passages wcro not
paid with money contributed to tho
t'ald Territory, or Its board of Immi
gration, by Individuals, companies',
partnerships, or corporations. Pro
SAN FRANCISCO, Cnl , Jan 9. The court him oidcred that the ox
lortlon charges against SclinUU nnd Itucf he dismissed. Liquor licenses
nio held not to bo pioperty. The court nlso llnda that eimm wcro com
mitted during tho trial nnd in thu appointment or an Hlhor. The pros
ecution declares that It will push the bribery charges
NEW YORK, N. Y Jan 9 Oovetnoi Hnghca' candidacy foi Pies
Idency was launched lieio this even lug at a dollar dinnci.
HEAVY LOSSES IN
RO.M1", Italy, Jan. a Iloavy
with native troops In Somulllaiid.
(Continued from Pace 1)
boforo Frcar wont to tho States, tlio
parents of n certain Hawaiian wom
an who Is solving her time In prison
lor manslaughter appeal od boforo
him and asked that she might bo giv
en n full pardon. Thin Wear declin
ed to do The woman, It will bo re
membered, had n daughter living
with her lu lillo befoio film was
brought down hole, Her daughter
was on one occasion iissaultcd by n
man who was angry with her. She
called out for holp ana Her mother,
who recognized her daughter's voice,
came, to her assistance Tho man
was beating hor dear ono and she
picked up a stick which was nearby
ana struck him with It, killing him
Instantly. Sho was arrested, tiled
una convicted According to present
appearances It seems us If she will
have to bervo out her term. That
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.
vided, how over, That nothing con
tnined licielu shall bo taken to exempt
European aliens Induced or solicited
or assisted to migrate to the snld
Territory, In the manner horclnhcforo
described, from examination and ex
elusion from tho Bald Territory under
any and all of tho provisions other
than thoso hereinbefore specifically
mentioned of the said Act of I'ebru
ii ry twentieth, nineteen bundled mid
Sec. 2. That nothing contained In
the Aet entitled "All Act to legulnte
tho Immigration of nllcns Into the
United States," approved I'ebruury
twentieth, nineteen hundred and nov
el, shnll bo taken, foi n term of six
vears from the approval hereof, to
prohibit liny perton, company, phtt
nersblp, or corporation from coutrlb
utlng to the said Territory of Hawaii,
or to the boaid of Immigration of said
Tcirltory, money to bo used by tho
mid Territory, or hoard of Immlgrn
lion, oi tho ofllcors, members, or
agents ot such hoard, In paying thr
transportation, or nRshtlng or encour
i Ring, 4iy printed or pulillbhcd ndver
ilsemtuts oi otherwise, tho Impor
Intlon or migration Into tho Bald Tor
rltory of European allenR In accord
mice with tho piovlslous of section
ono hereof, or to nttnch In the con
tributing of money by any pcrMiu
company, partnership, or corporation
to the said Territory, or lis board of
Immigration, for usu lu tho manner
hereinbefore descilbed, or to tho do
lug by the said board, or its officers,
members, or agents, of any of tho nctK
Mereln authorized, any penalty or foi
losses hnvo been imiiucd lu n haltlo
may be all right In tho opinion or
(lovcinoi 1'iear, who lofused to par
don her, but when ho, through Mott
Smlthr who is Acting Governor dur
ing his absence, grunted a full par
don to n Japanese who murdeicd his
fellow tountiymiin In that memorable.
Kiihuku i lot. Iny thnt ho Is not do
ing light It fs not fair nor just to
tho llnwftllnus '1 bin Japanese killed
his counttyiiiaii Intentionally, while
in tho cube or this Hawaiian woman
sho simply beat tho man with tho
Idea of helping her daughter,, out of
trouble Where Is tho Justice and
where Is tho fairness or eniiullty
Tho Porto Iticans, tho Chinese, tho
Japanese nnd other nationalities aio
being given consideration, whllo tho
Havallans nro perfectly helpless i
expect to bring this matter up ns ono
of my campaign Issues. Should I bo
nominated and olected Delegate to
Congress, the3o people will hear from
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Friday, January 3.
BAN ntANClSCO Arrived Jan, .1
Jap S. S Nippon Mnrti, henco Dec
NHWCASTI.n-Salled Jan 1:
Am bchr. llel"iic, for Jlnhiikona.
YOKOHAMA Arrived, Jan. 2:
Jnp. H S. America Main, henco
YOKOHAMA Sailed Jan." 3:
P. M. S S Mongolia, for Honolulu
Saturday, January 4.
VANCOUVER Sailed Jan. 3:
Br S S Moana. for Honolulu,
rut Sailed Jan 1:
Ilr.'S S. Mlowcra, for Honolulu (3(1
MAHUKONA Arrived Dec. 31:
Am schr 11. O Wright, from San
, Monday, January 6.
SAN IllHtiO Sillcil. Jan. I:
A -II S S Ailzouan, for San Trim
elsco MONTi:VH)i:0 Arilved, .Inn. G
Am sp 11 T Packard, from Nor
folk for Honolulu, put lu lu dis
tress. i Tuecday, January 7,
SAUNA CRUZ Ai rived Jan. I:
A -II. S. S Alaskan, from Sail Fran
cisco. SAUNA CRUZ-Sailed Jan. 5'
A.-II. S S Mexican, foi Sail Diego
KAANAPAI.I Sailed Jan
A.-H. S S Toxati. for-Snllu.i Cruz
Wednesday, January 8.
SAN KltANCISCO Arrived Jan. 7'
Am S S Hllonlan, hence Dee. 31
HAN ntANCISCO Sailed Jim. 7:
P. M 9 S iMiinchiirla, lor Honolulu
Thursday, January 9.
t-AN ntANCISCO Arilved, .Ian 0:
P M S S Asia, henco Jan 3.
IIII.O Sailed Jim I
S S Enterprise, tor San Tianclsco
lll'il I'll 1
Comcdy-drnm.i again Holds forth
nt tho Orphenin tonight, when frank
t'oolcy and Miss Klngsluuy appear In
' Tho Mouth of tho Cannon '' As has
already been announced, this Is not
n military play, as tho name might
tlgnlfy, hut n play of tho West, tho
tory being woven mound u New
Moxlco mine. Mr Cooley mis a pleas
ing rolo us u rough and ready young
frontlorMiiiin, whllo Miss Kingsbury
will appear to ndvantngo ns js'nncy
l.ee, n vvluboino Soutiiciu California
girl Tho play abounds in comctfy.
"Tho Mouth of tho Cannon" Is to
bo pioscnted tomoirow afternoon nt
the matinee nnd tomorrow night ns
well. MlcA" Maizlo Martell will have
new specialties at each peifoimancc.
On Monday night next "Peaceful
Vallov" will be played Sol Smith
Russell made himself ramoiiH In this
play, which might he described as ot
the homely, Home-spun variety. It
plays lu n ipilct. Intense tone
throughout, being splendidly suited
to the capabilities ot All Cooley, who
plays tho principal nile
Tho police started out this aflci
noon for Wulnwn gulch, abovo Wal
palm, under tlui command or Chief
Defective Tuylur. Lopez nnd Rod
rlguez, the escaped prlsoneisnre hiiii
posed to bo coincred thero by tho
i:a police, and tbeli capture will
piobably bo made tonight,
Chief Chemist Wiley will soon per
fect process to euro fiult without
A Most 'Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS' IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
Built Like a Watch.
That's the way with craft turned
Charles D. Walker,
BOAT AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. nr. Alapai
sets the standard for
Candies and Ice Cream
WHY NOT let us have your bus
iness to advertise?
HAWAII PUBLICITY CO.,
82 MERCHANT ST.
)t X Jt J J3 3! K 3t X-3C )t,ft M X X
K ,t ARRIVED- M
Trlday, January 10.
Stmr M.iuna I.on, fiom Iailialnn, 6
K 8C 55 K M Jf 75 K Bt, JC M M X K K 5
Irt 5C K If. X X jc if ff i jifl ii n 58 )
Stmr Claiidiue, Dennett, for Kauai
ports 5 p lu
W 1 K X H f if A h X Jt 3 X ?C If! V 5
it X Sf 1i X ;j tt, x M K 5C K
It M S S Moana, lllbh. from Vim
couver, n in
Stmr, Kliiau, Nelson, fiom Hawaii
and Maul poitB, a. in.
PXXXWMtfjrVK M )J W 3C M
H PASSENGERS ARRIVED
a K 3! ii K ,K w i; s p r, it JC )J )'
' Per It. M. 8. Mlovvern, fiom Austra
lia, 2 p in Mr. nnd Mrs Welloted,
child mid nurse, II. 8. Hnllctt. W. Cor
ney, llev Oitellly, Mr. Ilereboiua,
Miss Squire. Mrs. Wilcox, Dr. and Mrs.
Hermann, child and Infant, It. Jen-i-lns
Per Btmi Maunn I.o.i, Slmorsuii,
from I.aluiliia 11 K. Cooper, .1. Coop
er Clark, Mlis J .Mmitcrlcf. Miss Roso
(IlliLoii, rather CharloH, M (ioodhue,
Alius N' Conant, (.'. A demons, .Mm.
C O. Clemons, Win. Paris, A. Pails,
Mis J. D Paris, Mlsx Ackermiinn, M.
P. Scott, Miss M I. Sebastian, Antono
Sebastian (I H Ilivaut, Chun. Much
Kc Robot t Pails, J W Wielin, Mrs
1 Wieim and IS deck piHsengcrs
f ii K C If 'X .! )" V sttWKWKX
ii JC 3C X K X K H m ft, M H A
Per stmr Claudlne, U illicit, lor
Kauai poiti, ft p in Miss Avvnmi, T.
Mel.eo.1 II. Handlers Mr Debell, M.
K. Colvlllo, Capt tlcu Clark, J. K. Ka
hlua nnd wife. C'hnn M.ischl e, C. R.
Collins. . I P Maby. IMw. Marlnu. Ji.,
" WATERFRONT NOTES '
The luter-lslnnd steamer Maumi l.oa
caiue In this morning early fiom I.n
bnlna and other ports. She had n fair
pasteuger list timl an uiiusuilly largo
cargo, coiiblstliirf lu tho mnlif of UliHi
hags of BUgar which alio lr, now ill
eharglng at the railway wharf. Pnit
ol tho rest of hei freight is iih foi
.ows 12G0 bigs of coffee, 17 barrels
of oranges, 85 bunches bananas, 217
pieces of koa wood, and about 200
packages ot sundries. Piusei .Ina. I.
1'ilel icportH that lough and choppy
wcntlierwas met wllh on the outwnid
voyage, ami lluo weather along thu
llamakiia coast. Tho Htenmer llelene
Is now nt Honolulu discharging her
cargo. The puisor iiImi icports that
thu ole.ino at Kltsiucn haa bei n very
active all during tho p-ist week,
Tlio Purser of tho Mloweia reports
es follows concerning the tilp fiom
Left Sydney 7 p in. Dec 23id, nr
'Ivllig at nilshane. Dec. 25lh, I p m
l.i ft Bilsbnne midnight mime date, nnd
expeilcnced nioderalo S V. winds nnd
lino weathei to Wnlpolo Island at .'
n. in, Dec. 20th; thence wind in
(leased to galu fiom east with siiually
weather and heavy head sea tto Wash
inglnn, thence (o SuV frish easterly
wluil nuil fine weather, arriving at 5
.) m on llht of Dec. Left Suva Jim
1st at 9 p in nnd expeiloiied light
wind, variiblo cloudy weather to hat.
12 degrees S., thencu stning winds
fiom N W. and high Ren with rainy
weather, changing to modcratu '. H
winds and cloudv weather. Pasted
Sydney Island at 1 p m Jan. lib nuil
ciossed the Hnuntor lit 3 p, in. Jan
.'ilh, thence vnrlablo winds and weiith
er to I.at 5 degrees N., whemo N. II.
liades wero encountered nnd con
tinned fieidi with modoiato sea to in
ICorfllnued from Pane 1)
lime to tall upon Mngoon foi addi
Judge De Bolt slated that thero
was no necessity. In view or the ac
tion taken, or inaKlUK any onlei In
icferenco lo the lepoft of the Master.
Immediately uttoi tlieiiuttei was
tcttled lu (ouit, threo doiumciitx lu
lefeience tbeicto weie lllcd with tho
Registrar) of Couvoy.iiKCS One Is u
deed by (ho terms of which Mngoon
conveys to tho Trent Tiust t'ompnny
four pieces of laud. These nio lunila
t.pon which nio four ot the moit
Kiiges conbhlered bad I'pou tho
Maud Allco Crnbho piopcity Mngoon
took n moitgugo ot J15D0; upon tho
Rose l.add piopeity he took ono ot
IRU00, upon tho .las duty pioperty
n mmtgngo ot Jin 00, and upon the
II M. Knhula property n moitgaga
for J2flU. Thebo mo nil tinned over
as bocmlty foi his note for f33,0()U.
Also as secuilty rot- this, Mngoon as
signs to Trent too sixteen disputed
mortgages, and her gives as collateral
secuilty In addition a deed tor his
half Interest In the I'auo.i laud.
An Austrian ex-llontennnt has em
ulated tho cobbler horo tit Koopen
Ick, Ucininny, who inndo n regiment
obey him. Dicsbed fn an army unl
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