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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H. MONDAY. Dno. 7, 1908.
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Hawall.in Third Degree.
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Lcl Aloln Chapter No 3
Alt visiting members of the
Order urn inrdlully invited to
attend meetings ethical ludf.es
, HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Sleets ovcry Mouday evening nt
' 7:30 In I. O. U T Hall, Tort Straot.
i:. II. HENDRY. Secretary.
1JHN. T. V1CKEKS, N. 0.
, All visiting lirothers very cordially
' OAHU LODGE, Ho. 1, K. of P.
' Moots every first mid third Frl-
Jjday evcnttig ut 7.30 lu K. of 1 Hall.
Corner Tort und Ileretanln. Vleltlng
F brothers lordlill) Invited to attend.
t a. . deerino, c c.
t .' JAS. V.'. WIIITIJ, 1C.I1.9.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
I Honolulu Lodge No. 010, D. P. O.
E , will meet In their hall on Kins
near Tort Stieet ovary l'rlday even
ing. Uy order of the E Tl :
HENRY C. EASTON,
WM. II. McINERNY, E. R.
Wffl, M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
6 Moots every 2nd and -itli Saturday
Lev tiling nt 7 30 o luck In K. of P.
H Hall, cor Fort and Ileretanh. Visit-
ins blethers coidlally luvlted to at
, V L. rilAZKB, C C ,
1 E. A. JACOUSON, K R 3.
S HONOLULU AERIE 140, T. 0. B.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
Y NESDAY evenings of each month at
J 7:30 o clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Jr Ue.ret.inla and Tort streets,
b Visiting Eagles arc Invited to nt
T W 1. mA7.EE, W, Prcst.
li. r. iiuuitu, secy.
I HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of fich month at Knights of
Pjthlas Hall. Visiting lirothers cor-
'Jjillally Invited to attend
t A. E ARLEIGII, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of It.
W Folding Go-Carts
Pf, Only $4 each
Koync Furniture Co.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done Iv tlia
with their new 1'RENCH
li ury-cieamng process,
37 Brretania St Hione 1491
EJThe Ecst WhisL-- on the Market
11113. Jc. jai'iuj... i Wi, nu&njLQ
I 101-103 KING ST
'PHONE 140 P. 0. E0X 755
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?jn a oranu new scven-aciucr. nau up
Lj5l or 1458 and ask for
, U. H. 5iillN
GET your MEALS
where you" get
HOTEL ST. bit,
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
INSIST ON USING
as it U
THE VERY BEST
Sold Only by th
031 FORT ST.
LADIES' FELT HATS. FEATHERS,
RIBBONS, IXUWES8, UH1
Are Sold at Very Reasonable Pricei.
Wire Frames Made to Order.
30 KINO ST.
YOUR GROCER SELLS
Pau Ka Hana
Auto for Hire
MANUEL REIS. Call up at aiy
nme by telephone any one of these
lumbers: 290. 200, 1097.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor.' FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu.
FOR SALE AT ALL BAfiS
PROVES TOO EXCITING.
Dnalilo to withstand tho excitement
attundl(iK tho Paiike-Kotchel flfiht.
Martin Carter, CO earn old, u member
of thu firm of Carter Hrothcra, car
hulldorn of Newark, ilroupvd dead at
tho Mlbslon Arena.
Outor vsas occupying u seat with
his bon, Mnitln Carter, Jr, about six
rovvu behind tho outBldo boxes of tho
ring, when ho was seen to lean for
ward and fall to the floor. Thousands
of persona vveie then on tlitlr feet
HhcusBlng tho fight, and It was sov
pi nl minutes beforo ouug Carter
eoulil Htimmon nld for his fartier. When
plijfclcloni filially nrrlved Carter had
ceasod to breafhe, heart failure) being
astilgued :ih tho cnuso of his death.
Carter felt from his Beat at tho end
of tho thhd round of tho tight. Ex
citement was then p trtlculaily Intenso
jiiiI this fact Is believed to have sup
erinduced llio ueivous collapse which
resulted in his death.
The moiloru trouuadnur felt liuit.
'Oh, well," he remarked, "If you
don't enjoy my songs I shall sing )o
the man In the moon," The pretty
maiden lauglud softly. "Quito safo,
Aithlhald," slw chuckled, "The man
In the moon Is over 200,000 miles
nwnj ami can't reach )ou."
sV Yoi have not tried youlrt hard
est unless you have let a B u 1 1 e t '. n
Want Ad. do ttte trying.
No fancy prlcs at the New Englaui;
Bakery, Hotel St.
Shippers by Alameda of Mrs. Kearns
Xjrnia preserves please order early.
Judge lloblnson'n Jurors nro re
quested to bo In court tomorrow morn
ing. Col John T Daker of Hllo will bo n
pissenger tomorrow lu tho Maunn
Ken, sailing nt noon.
Knholollo, n Hawaiian, was sen
Uuccd to thirty da)s) lriiprlsonment
this morning In tho Police Court.
All kinds of beer, wines and mixed
drinks art sarvsd In tho best manhar
ut the Kublon. Just glva us a try.
Thurlow's Royal Annex for meals.
Tho rase of Mlvva, a Japanese wo
man charged with selling liquor with
out n license, was nolle prossed In tho
Police Court this morning.
Tho Mclncrny Shoo Store offers a
handsome present of nn elegant hand
mirror with every purchase of boys
and girls' shoes, from now till Christ
mas. Finest and largest stock lu the
Reis & Qulnn are now loeated at
the Young Hotel Auto Stand Phone
198 Skort runs 000 and 71.00 ay
the hour $5.00 Special rates for
shoppfne and calling. '
i.iiy rorsytn ot raia, aiaui, nas
started suit In tho Circuit Court hero,
against Adam Forsyth for divorce.
&he alleges extreme cruelty. The cou
plo was married In 1009.
Professor .1. W. lvllmore, president
of the College of Hawaii, will address
the Commercial Club next Friday
loon, December 11, on "Tho College
of Hawaii. Its Plans and Outlook."
P. E Hadley has reported to the po
lice that thief had visited his resl
donee .1018 Collego street, last Thu
i'n or Friday night, and had( stolen a
watch fob, n gold Watch chain, a ladj'B
diamond ring and a pearl necklace.
The case of Ceorgo Kalclklnl,
charged with murder, came up beforo
Judue Itoblnson this morning, and
went over for tho term. It Is prob
nble that Kalelklnl will be nllowed to
plead guilty to murder In the second
degree mid bo given a light sentence.
That tho Walklkl Army reservation
will bo Increased so as to Include the
J. A. McCandlcss place Is tho news
Hint ban come here. Cable. Instruc
tions were received Saturday to this
1 floe t. It Is also possible, that uncle
Sam will compel other proporty-own-
era to make room for tho garrison.
Kealolmnul, a Hawaiian who was
picked up at the corner of Kukul and
incyard streets this forenoon, bears
the distinction or being tho first
Christmas drunk of the present year.
In tho patrol wagon he explained to
(he officers that he was celebrating
Mrs. SteVcnson, the official represen
tative of tho Woman's Christian Tem
perance Union, who has been In Ha
waii a short time, stopping her on her
way to, the Orient, where she will at
tend the World's AMI Opium Confer
ence at Shanghai, sails today m the
Mongolia. She speaks In high terms
A block of a thousand shares of
Oahu Sugar Co. stock was rejiorted
sold tojay on the Stock Exchange, this
being tho fea(uro of today's session.
It was bold at (27.73, tho current mar
ket price, The sale was made through
Albert Afong. The buyer Is a local
man who already had largo holdings
of Oahu stock.
Mr. and Mrs. Corfdy'B youngest
daughter was christened Teresa by
Father Julian at the Kanala churcn
Sunday, Nov, 29, Mrs. Falrchlld assum
ing the responsibilities of godmother.
After the church solemnity, the party
drove to Nlumalu, where a few friends
were added to the company and wore
entertained at n, choice bullet lunch
eon. Garden, Island.
The inventory and appraisement of
the estate ot the late James Alfred
Low have been, filed In the Circuit
Court. Tho Inventory states 'that the
estate IS worth $89,860, 'while the ap
praiser? name the value of the estate
(.t $90,700. The difference Is caused
by different valuations placed on local
AL Thurlow for a lunch or dinner.
Mrs. Geo, H. Falrchlld entertained
n number of the ladles ot Llhuo at a
dcllghrfnl luncheon yesterday. After
cnJoIng the many delicacies that nro
at the command ot a clever hostess
hero In Knual, the ladles spent the af
ternoon pleasantly at -bridge tables.
Thot)ounger ladles Improved the op
portunity offered by the largo cement
tank recently built by Mr, Falrchlld
und enjoyed a fresh wator swtmv'Atter
a thoroughly pleasant afternoon the
ladles were taken home Jn automo-
uues uuruen isisnu. t . -,
The third regular mectfng of tho
Moklhana Club took place last Wed
nesday with a good attendance of the
ladles. The literary part of the pro-J
brum wub iuneii cure, ui uy jur, J i.
Alexander who spoke interestingly up
on the "Pcoplo of the Holy Land."
Mrs. A S. Wilcox who was to have
acted ns hostess on the occasion was
unavoidably prevented from attending.
but Miss Ethel Wilcox rcoelved Inkier
place. The musical part of the pro
grom was takon care ot by Mrs. de
Ilrettevllle. Garden Island.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. w" Ahaha'Co.,:
62 S. KINO ST. PHONE M.
IHE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.'
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( WASHINGTON, 1). C , Dec. 0, Governor Frenr of Hawaii was at the.
White House today and discussed tho necdi of the Territory with Presi
dent Udosevclt. ' ' ' ' '
TELLS OF HIS AFRICAN TOUR
WASHINGTON, D. 0 Dec. C. President EooseVelt, In n statement
Issued through the Smithsonian Institution, mnkei his first official an
nouncement of his African trip. Ho will start from Mombassa next
April, and expects to reach Khartoum in April, 1910. "
, SPENT HOURS AT RIFLE PRACTISE
' CHEltnYDAI.E, Va , Dec, 0, Prosldent ' Itoosevolt spent several
hours at rifle practise today nt the farm of Surgeon Oeneral Klxey.
TAKES FALL OUT OF THE NEWSPAPERS
WASHINGTON, D. C , Dec. C. President Roosevelt, In n letter which
was made public today, scorei mendacious newspapermen,
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TALKS CUBA WITH MAG00N
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. C. Governor Magoon had n conference
with the President today, at which were discussed the plans for the with
drawal of the American troops from
1 1 SS 1 sail 1
'' , AMERICAN CROSS OF H6N0R '
nOME,' Italy, "Dec. 0. Ambassador Grlscom was given audience with
tho King today and presented HIs'MaJcs'ty'wIth the American Cross of
CHAMP CLARK LEADS DEMOCRATS
WASHINGTON, D. C., Dec. 5. Chrtmp Clark has been chosen nt n
Democratic caucus, minority leader of the Houso.
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2000 CHINESE STUDENTS COMING
PEKINO, China, Dec. 0. The Peking Government Is arranging
send two thousand students to America.
FLEET HAS PASSED SINGAPORE
SINOAPOIIE, Straits Settlements, Dec. 0. The American Atlantic
Fleet pnsied here today, en route to home waters.
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SHAH CONDEMNED TO DEATH
TEHEHAN, Persia, Dec. !, PiOclamatluns have been posted by
the Persian revolutionists In which the Shah Is condemned to death.
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RUSSIAN DUMA'S BUDGET
ST. PETERSnullG, Ilussla, Dec. 0. The budget presented by the
Duma committee has been adopted. 11 authorises an external loan of two
hundred and twenty-five million dollars. -
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CASTRO MUST APOLOGIZE
PARIS, France, Dec. 0. The French Cabinet has decided that Pres
ident CaBtro of Venezuela will not be allowed to set foot on Frenrh soli
unless he previously apologizes for the expulsion ot the French Charge
d'Affalres from Venezuela.
NOTHING DOING IN THIS CONGRESS
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 0. Congress Will Convene at noon tomor-
ow, but will adjourn until Tuesday out of respect to the memory ot the
late Senator Allison. It Is expected that there will he little legislation
attempted at this session except the passing of the appropriation bills.
NOT CHANGE BASE
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Stand Pat In Matter of
It Is apparent that the commercial
bodies intend to stand firm in their at
titude of withdrawal of opposition to
the present coaslwlso shipping law,
which Includes their abandoning of at
tempts to have special regulations
passed for Hawaii In regard to this
matter. While the Governor and tho
Delegate, as indicated by the cable
gram sent by the former last Batur
day, do not relish this change of atti
tude, tho business men will stand by
their latest decision, namely that in
view of the fact that tho MatROn lino
Is preparing to gretaly extend Its rcr
vlco between tho Islands and the
Coast, such special legislation Is not
only not needed, but Would do away
with the encouragement which thu
Matson iicople deaerve for their en
' The officers ot tho Merchants' Asso
elation this morning stated that thorn
would he no meetings callod 'to conBld
er the matter, and T. H. Petrlef Cus.
tie & Cooke', thu local agents of the
Matson lino, said that ho had boen In
formod thut the commercial bodies In
fended to stand pat,
SMALL FAR0N HAWAII
Anyone who Is skeptical In 'regard
to the growing of citrus fruits on
Hawaii should visit the homestead ot
J, a, Serrao, some three miles above
Hllo; Here Mr, Serrao has five acres
of vlneanl, producing two nnd one-
half tons of grapes to the acre. In
addition t6 this he has planted many!'01 themselves! the uctual wants and
orange ana lemon trees and they nro
simply laden down with fruit. He
has small orange trees scarcely three
eet In height with fifty to seventy-
five oranges and one lemon tree was
simply 11 mass of fruit. A smal
branch with twelve leinons Is at the
liulletln office. Mr. Serrao Is
con'templatlng putting fn half an
tVcre more In grapes each year nnd Ib
Increasing his acreage ot orange and
Tho principal of tho Eaupahoehoo
rchool has written to Superintendent
ftabbltt that the pupils of his uchool
planted several hundred trues 611
Arbor Day. Following th& suggestion
made by Forester Hosmer, 100 Iron
wood ""trees were planted along the
load way leading to tho school,
BULLETIN ADS PAY
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LUNCHEON TO KENT
Wm. Kent To Be Guest
Of Business Men
Wm. Kent.tho Chicago reformer
though ho hates to bo called a reform
erwill bo tho guest of tho Commer
cial Club tomorrow noon nt luncheon.
Mr. Kent has taken an activo Inter
est In the aalrH of these Islands. He
takes an Interest In everything wher
ever he goes and does It in a friendly
sort of way thut Is pleasing and at
the same time effective. During this
bis second trip, he nas become ac
quainted with n wider circle of bus!
r-ess men who have enjoyed his com
pany and opinions.
It will be remembered that Mr. Kent
recently presented tho United States
with some three hundred acres of the
only redwood forest existing lu the,
Immediate vicinity of San Frauclsco,
Mid I1I1 published correspondence with
the PrttJduit on thla subject was
mighty Interesting rending.
He, came to the Islands for n few
weeks lest and Is leaving on tho Ala
liloda, feeling much better If not fully
The luncheon tomorrow will ho at
the usual 'hour '
SUPERVISORS TO M0LOKAI
(Special to the 11 u 1 1 e"t i n)
WAILUKU, Maul, Dec. H.i Su
perv Isor W, F. Poguo and Senntor S.
E. Kalania will leavo Lahalna today
on a tour of Inspection ot the Island
ot M61okal. The 'residents o'f that
Island hall with sincere delight the
co'iilng of these two Maul leading
publicists, who tire going to study
needs of every town and hamlet In
Maul and Kalawao Counties. The
beneficial results of their trip will
be evident during the next two years,
when every oasis will blooin nn-1 In
cruise In material good.
is the only solid foundation for a suc
cessful business. We satisfy 'our pa
trons whenever possible.
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' IN FOREIGN PORTS 1 ARRIVED h r I
Friday, December 4.
NEWCASTLE Salted Nov. 29:
Nnr. S. S Mathilda, for Honolulu.
SAN FltANCISCO Sailed Dec. 4:
H. S. I.urllnc, 1 p. 111,, for Honolulu
SAN FltANCISCO Arrived Dec.
R. 8 IVxnn. from Hllo, Nov, 17.
KAIim.UI Sailed Nov. 29:
S. S. Katitn Itlta for Port Harfoid.
Rev. D. Ebina Booked to
Speak at Asahi
Provided tho bteamship Mongolia
Is In port this evening nnd will sail
for the Orient tomorrow, Itev. P.
Eblna, one of the formest speakers
and leitureis ot Japnpi, will address
the local Japanese In (lie Asahlza, th.
Japanese theater on Matlnnkca street.
Itev. T. Okumura of this city Is mak
ing necessary arrangements for the
distinguished lecturer, before thu
RcV. Mr. Eblna was educated In
Ktimambto, Japan. He received his
English education In the local school
there and graduated from the Doshl-
sha University lu Koto. He was for
many jears under the tutorship of
Prof. Janes, n knmualnn of Califor
nia. MANY APPLY FOR WORK
ON NEW CANTONMENT
The office of the depot quartermas
ter was besieged with men .looking
for cmploment on the I.ellchun
work, this morning. For several
hours there was quite an assemblage
on the vernndas ot the depot quarter
master's headquarters, and Captain
Falls nnd his assistants were kept
busy nnsweritig questions.
-Major Dunning of tho Twentieth
Infantry and Major Foster of' the
Fifth Cavalry called on Captain FalU
this 'morning. Tho three officers were
closeted together tor some time, but
what they discussed nnd what the
result of their deliberations was, the)
did not make public.
ARE TOTOUR. MAUI
I.lluie, Dec. B. Tho luau given by
the Republicans at tho Social Hall last
Saturday was pronounced a 'howling"
success by all who attended It. Some
eight hundred people ot various polit
ical persuasions had put In appearance
i.nd helped to dispose of live bullocks,
half a dozen pigs and an unknown
quantity of fish, put and other deli
cacies. The Llhuo band had bee'i good
enough to anticipate Its monthly coi.
cert by eighteen hours and added
greatly to the pleasuro of tho occa
sion. After the luau had been proper
ly dcstroed, the tables In tho mall
hall were removed nnd the vlt-'.tors
given a clinnco to take exercise nn top
of the meal to thu tunc- of waltzes and
two stops. Tho whole uffalr caiuu oft
In tho smoothest maimer pusslblo and
was a tiiumph lo tho orlglnalois.
WORK WILL START
(Continued from Pass U
site ot tho cantonment will be under
taken, This will mean considerable
work, as the question ot sanitation Is
nn Important ono whero 11 budy of
troops as large as two squadrons of
cavalry has to be provided for.
IThe most serious problem which
will face- the officers In charge of the
work Is likely to be that of wutcr. It
is rumored thut this pioblem caused
considerable figuring on the part of
tho members of tho bourd which lo
cated the cantonment site, vhnt
provision was made, has not been
It will be Impossible to accommo
date the full force ot workmen at Lei
Ithua until the work camp Is ready,
so It Is not likely tliaf moio thali 11
few men will go out tomorrow. On
thd other hand, the construction of
tho work camp will be hurilcd along
ns rapidly as possible, to that all of
the workmen may be taken out tome
day this week.
Major Dunning, Major Foster, Cap
tain CaBtner, Captain Sturgos, nnd
Captain Falls visited the I.ellelum
slto yesterday and silent the entlro
day looking over the property nnd tie
elding upon a slto for the temporary
cantonment. It Is rumored that tho
boundaries of the permanent post
weie practically decided upon, though
it such be tho case It Is not consid
ered likely that tho result of the offi
cers' deliberations will be made pub
lic until it 11 official report lias been
Monday, December 7,
Am. sclir. Philippine, from Fort
Iliagg, 8 n, m.
Htmr. Manna Ken,
Hllo, 12 noon.
Stmr. W. G. Hall,
Knml'l, 0 p. 111.
Stnif. Mlknhala, Tullttt, for Molo
Kal, C p. in.
Stmr. Maul, Onesi, for Hawaii, S
p. mv ' '
Stmr. Ko An Hon, Pedeison, for
Knual, 5 p m.
Stmr. Ivvalanl, Self, for Honokaa,
Stmr. Nllhnu, for Mahukona, 5 p. m
PASSENGERS BOOKED I
Per stmr. Mnunn Ken. Freeman, for
Hllo, Dei 8, 12 noon. O. Jt Schoen
Itig, Harry Warren, J. F, Dovendorf,
Dr. Van Orden. It. W. Filler, C. A.
Wldemann, wife mid child, Miss Denu
Prlngle, Mist Van Orden, Julian Mnn
Furrat and wife, D. Decker, wife and
child, O. M. V. Watson, M. It. Jnmle
ton, T. NaKillan, Miss E. Nnpollau,
II. A. Akona, Mrs. Hub. Mrs. II. Wal
I.erg, II. rensoy, A. Cramer.
Per stmr. W, G. Hall, for Knual,
Dec. 8, r, p. m1 A. H. nice and wife,
Mis. II. Kcltncr, Mrs. a. Nlcolal, II.
Per stmr. Mlknhala, fftr Molokal,
Dec. 8, B p. m.-M. C. Miifr, I.00 Joe,
It. C. Rrown.
WATERFRONT NOTES I
THE CANADIAN AUSTRALIAN
Steamship Company's new turbtno
pteamshlp Makiira Is due here .tomor-to-v
from Sydney, for Victoria and
Vancouver, on her maiden vojago be
tween Australia and Canada. The Ma.
Kura Js described as a magnificent
osstl. Tho C.-A. company now oper
ates the Manuka, Marama and Makura
on this run.
CAPTAIN KELLY of tho bark An
drew Welch sas his vessel Is ordered
to leave here for San Frauclsco on De
cember 13. She will take a small car
go of sugar,
PURSER CHANEY of the W. fl
Hull roports the following sugar on
Kauai awaiting shipment: 400 bags
O. ,& R , G7SS Mak., 958 K. P.
THE IWALANI, which hai been
running regularly on the Molokal
route, will go to Hawaii. She will not
tako passengers this trlp
THE MiKAHALA will leave for Mo
lokal tomorrow afternoon at S o'clock,
Sho will call at Molokal, Maul and La
ual, returning on Sundaq.
THE W. O. HALL sails at 0 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon. Sho goes to Ll
huo anil other principal ports ot Kauai.
Ha v '
THE NIIIIAU, which Is being re
paired today, salts at S o'clock tomoi
THE LITTLE steamer Ke 'Au Hon
will leavo for Kauai tomorrow after
THE MAUNA KEA will leave to
morrow at 12 o'clock, sailing for Hllo.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Dec. 5, 1908,
from 10:30 a. m. fo 12 noon.
J II Flshor et ul by rJomr to Tr of
Mftry A Uurbnnk et nl . ...Comr D
A U'w'is Jr nnd wf to lunvld W
A Lewis Jr and wf to David W
Crowley ,. j)
W Wkhana and wf to W TlnYan...l)
W Tin Ynn to Yong Kwong Fat ...M
Entered for Record Dec. 7, 1908,
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a m.
Kealolia Knhinlheleiu and hsb to
Louis Kapela I)
Lahalna National Dank tn C Ah
Nee ,.' ltd
Louisa Knlaluhi to Kolc'ht Aokl L
liana Otto and hsb to Abigail Wil
Henry Miller to Maul Land & Rail
road Co D
Harry Wicks to 8arah L Wicks ..PA
Sarah L Wicks and hsb tn Mrs.
Myrtle Thaanum n
Malhul to Knlaklela Kilo i
Knllklela Kira to C Ilrower & Co
Ud ...J. u
- UNWISE FINANCE
Grocer: I'm doing mysolf nn In
justice when I let you have six on
ions for a nickel. Customer: Why,
how Is that? Grocer: I give you six
scents for five.
made to the War Department nt
The nrrlvnl of the cargo of lumber
from Seattle' is being anxiously
awaited, as Its coming will enable the
officer In chnrgo of tho construction
work to hasten the operations along
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
Motor. $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS. BOAT
AND MACHINE W0SKB
King St. opposite South St, ,
xi l M& $Lt .kv v '!-